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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 20, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA/MAY 20, 1854. VOLUME VI NOTJB7 20;
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S W. C. WHITAKEft VETO MESSAGE. -citizens, and as the highest and holiest shall bow to die dictation of I These acts S .._, = n -I;.
among Cougresa, by .lands are hereby, pledged ; and it is hereby:. were 'animprr..t..amount "
RE91DNT PHYSICIAN of our duties to provide for those who in the conforming their legislation thereto, when I made the duty of the Sertar of the Treasury appropriated :'can ascertain {. b
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT PIERCE VETOING mysterious order of Providence, are subject the power, and majesty, and honor of those t use and apply al moneys which maybe were passed on two ground*: fiat, }:. {.f
his professional services to the citizens of TilE INSXKE LAND BILL. t.o want and to disease of body or mind, but who created shall become subordinate to the received into the Treasury for the sales of that the object...a sbaritableaimea4uo.ondly ?'
OffERS&' and.VlClD1ty. Office firet door Ea8tbuilding The following message was sent by Presi- I[ cannot find any authority in the Constitu- thing of their eteation I but feebly utter my the public land after the first day of January that.H'w D.ao. To say that it
{?" o 1ce immediately adjoining Dr. dent PIERCE to the Senate, on the 5th instant tion for making the Federal Government the apprehensions when I express my firm conviction 1 1848, first pay the interest on all stocks ..a t ay that it J f'
o "n.J..tJfn' vetoing the bill known as Miss Dix's for the great almoner of public charity throughout that we shall see the beginning of issued by ,virtue of this act; and secondly, ".an object expenditure ,&. l
H.( J' SM. 2 1y benefit for the Indigent Insane :" the United States. To do EO would in my I the end." t use the balance of,said receipts, after pay. competent authority ; but It. pr.r \m.
A. PERRY AMAKER, To the Senate of the United Slates: judgment be contrary to the l Mter and the I Fortunately, we :are not left in doubt aa ing the interest aforesaid, in the of to show that it was a object of 1
AT 1kW The bill entitled An Act making a grantof spirit of the Constitution, and subversive of to the purpose of the Constitution, any more sid stocks at their market value:prca diture by the United prop is any a ot Z

TTIt&IIST c----nublic lands to the serveral States for thebenefit the whole theory upon which the Union of than as to its express language for although debts then contracted have not been_ .- liouidaI --- purely local object appealing to the beat sym. k t
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. of Indigent Insane Persons," which these States is founded. And if it were admissible the history of its formation,-as recorded 1n I! ted, and the language of this section, and the pathiesof bum heart, ia any of the t J
_fay 21, 1858. SO was presented to me on the 27th ultimo.Jhas to contemplate the exercise of this the Madison papers, shows that the Federal I obligations of the United States under it are States. And.t. suggestion thai a school (Of :1\t;:
JOHN B. QALBRAITH, been maturely considered, and is returned to power, for any object whatever I cannot avoid Government, in its present form, emergedfrom too plain to need commentI .the mental culture of the deaf and dba ;
ATTORNEY ATO COUNSELLOR AT LAW, the Senate, the house in which it originated, the belief that it would, in the end be pre. the conflict opposing influences,which have been unable to discover any distinc- Connecticut and Kentucky a .1t j .
Tallahaikte, FIrida.tr with a statement of the objections which judical[ rather than beneficial to the noble offices have continued to divide statesmen from that tion on constitutional grounds, or grounds of ject, only shows bow loosely, this' expressionhas unl.
in the Capitol. immediately have required me to withhold from it my ap of charity to have the charge of them day to this, yet tbe rule of clearly defined expediency between an appropriation of ten I; been used, when thepnrpo was to pro- I' S$.
Office up-stairs
_jninil1lo the Senate Chamber. \Oct. 9. 40 proval.In transferred from the States to the federal powers, and of strict construction, presidedover millions of dolar directly from the money in I cure appropriations by Congress.. It ia not t
the performance of this duty prescribedby Government. Are we not too prone to for. the actual conclusion and subsequent tbe or the object contemplated, '' perceived how a schoofof this ,character iaI "' i'lntherW18A
D. R..HOLLAND the Constitution, I have been compelled get that the Federal Union Is the creation of adoption of the Constitution. and the appropriation of lands presented or I national than.is any .establishment I ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, to resist the deep 'mpathiesofmy own heartin the States, not they of the Federal Union ? President Madison, in the Federalist, says : my sanction. And yet I cannot doubt thatif | for religious o moral instruction. All the : t".j.

i.) putney, Florid3, favor of the humans,purpose sought to bo We were the inhabitants of Colonies distinctin 4 The powers delegated by the proposed Con- the bi proposed ten millions of dollars i pursuits of industry, everything which promotes r } .
1T7ILT.;practice in the Courta of the Middle Cir'Y accomplished and to otercnmethe reluctancewith local government one from the other before I stitution to the Federal Government are few from Treasury of the United States, .for the material or intellectual wel.bin 1t
curt and of Jackson and Franklin Counties.Oc1.oJf'r tf which I dissent from the conclusions of : the Revolution. By that Revolutionthe and defined. Those which are to remain the support of indigent insane in the several of the race, every ear of corn or
2L 11\fI!. 42 the two Houses of Congress and present m} Colonies each became an independent in the State'governments, are numerous and States, that the constitutional question involved ton which grows, is national in the same cot 1. :Jf
WILLIAM SCOTT, own opinions in opposition to the action of a State. They achieved that indepen 'indefinite. Its" (theGeneral Government's]) in the act would have attracted forcibly sense ; for each one of these things goes to af'
ATTORNEY ATMONTICELLO ILffi7, co.ordinate branck of I the Government, which dence, and secured its recognition by the a- "jurisdiction extends to certain enumerated the attention of Congress.I I swell the aggregate national prosperity aid ;: .#
FLA. possesses so fully my confidence and resped. gency of a consulting body which from beingan objects only, and leaves to the several States respectfully submit that,in a constitutional i happiness of the Unite States; b eon- "

July $0. 1853. 30_tljRIl_ assembly of the ministers of distinct sovereignties a residuary and inviolable sovereignty over point of view, it is wholly immaterial foundsl meaning language t say tt. ". '.
DILVrORTH Jim in presenting m} objections to this bill, instructed to agree to no form of all other objects." whether the appropriation be in money or in i l'se things are e national" as equivalent '.'; ..I,.
ERSKIXE & I should say more than strictly belongs to the government which did not leave the domestic In the same spirit, President Jefferson in- land. (federal." as to come within any of t. :
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, measure or is required for the discharge of my concerns of each State to itself was appropriately yokes the support of the State governments The public domain is the common property classes appropriation 1 (orhlch ;.: :1J.
lO='TU'ILLO AND Qt'IXCV. official obligation, let it be attributed to a sin- denominated a Congress. When have in all their rights as the most competent ad- of the Union, just as much as the surplus is authorized by the Constitution t Cong :
I4E?( asCTXK, Quiucy-W.S. DuvrocTB, Mouticollo.. cere desire to justify my ad before those ing tried the. experiment of the confederation ministrations for our domestic concerns, and proceeds of that and of duties on imports remaining It is a marked point in the history of the Con- ". ; 1r

oIU'J Tn'"lV a'S. ,.:"rt". 29UA&nx -- whose good opinion! I- so -highly-. value and. ...to they resolved_ to change that fur the present the surest bulwark against anti-republican I unexpended in the Treasury. As slitn'ion that when it was. t em.-- tc:
t'lat'! earnestness which from my deliberate Federal union, and thus to conler on the Federal d President said such i it has been is and Dn *
r. POIV, H. BAVJDSOX springs tendencies ; a: Jackson that ; pledged, now pledged, power Congress to a unversity, tho ;; <
DOBY & DAVIDSON, conviction that a strict adherence to the ; Government more ample authority, they our true strength and wisdom are not promoted I I may rfeed to be so pledged again, for public proposition 8 confined to the District intended ,,11-
ffiT n. terms and purposes of the federal compact, scrupulously measured such of the functions: by invasions of the rights and powers of indebtedness.As for the future seat of government of : i
A TTOY offers tbe best, if not the only, security for tbe I of their cherished sovereignty as they choseto the several States, but that, on the contrary, property, it is distinguished from actual: the United States, and that even that .ti_! "'
QUINCY FLOUIDX. of our blessed inheritance of representative delegate to the General Government. consis in the States chiefly in this that its clause omitted in pro
practice iu the Middle Circuit of Florida, preservation they \ not binding more. money respect: profit posed was considerto of t P- .
WILL) in the E.vteru Counties ofT it Florida.- liberty. With this aim, and to this end, the fathers of _losely to the centre, but in leaving each able management sometimes requires that the exclusive powers conferre on Cng .... '
All busiuess entrusted to tkeir care will receive prompt The bill provides in substance: the Republic framed the Constitution, in and mora unobstructed in its proper orbit." portions of it be appropriated to local objects to legislate for that Dhstriet 4 :,
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atUrtition.December. First, That ten millions of acres ofland be bv which the independent and sovereign States The framers ot the Constitution! in refusing in the States wherein it may happen to lieas decisive indication of the true construction :: :'- -!
24,1853. Bl granted to the several States to bn apportion. united themselves for certain specified objectsand : C to confer on the Federal Government any jurisdiction would be done by any prudent proprietor toenhance and spirit of the Constitute in regard to \ :- ,
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BAKER & }McIYER ed among them in the compound raito of the purposes, and for those only leaving all over these purely local objects, in the sale value of his private domain.All 'matters of this nature have been given _, 4*.:i-- t

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, geographical area, r.nd representation of said powers not therein set forth as conferred on my judgment, manifested a wise forecast and such grants of land are in fact a diso proves that such objects were considered bytha'conventioo :fi :..
AND QUIKCY FLORIDA States in th House Kepresentalive.s one or another of the three great department, I broad comprehension of the true interests of of it for value received, but they aford no as appertaining to local legislation r r}5 :
TALLAHASSEE Middle and Woftcru Circuits Second, That wherever there are public .the legislative the executive, and the judicial, these objects themselves. I It is clear that precedent or constitutional reason giving only, that they were not : i: ;." .
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WILL Florida practiv mid in the Counties of Decatur and lands in a State subject to Bale at the regular indubitably with the States. And when the public charities within the States can be efficiently away the public lands. Still less do they give either expressly or b.Imp 1. J ;? ,
Thomas, Ga I price of private entry, the! proportion of said I people ofihe several States had iu their State administered only by their authority. sanction to appropriations for objects which grant of general power to Congress,andthat, :..ro. ..
JOLL1.G BAJEI., .* N. M'WEI I ten millions of acres falling to uch State, shall conventions, and thus alone given effect and The bill before concedes this, for it dues not have not been entrusted to the federal gov consequently they remained with the severalStates. t-\'' '
Quinry. be selected from such lauds within it; and thatto I force to the Constitution content that any commit the funds it provides to the administration erment and therefore belong exclusively to ,. Lr I
January T&lZa1ramt.7, ISM. 1 the States in which there are no such public I'' doubt should in the future arise as to th? of any other authority.I Stats. Te general result at which I have ain .",; r'
lands, land scrip shall be issued to the amount I scope and character of this act they engrafted cannot but repeat) what I have before expressed -I To assume that the public lands are applicable is lE'ct'sssr consequence of to. ; -.I' :
JOSEPH n. DzPO1 of their distributive shares, respectively ; stid _thereon._. the..._ explicit__I ___declaration__u that"Tiepowesiiotdejcgated that if the several States, many ofl to ordinary State objects, whether of of the rights, powers ut 1ew. ; ;
hTTY AT LAW: scrip not to be entered by s'lid States, but tllit to the United! which have already laid tho foundation public structures, police, charity, or expenses the States and of the federal! government )r.; j
: QUINCY. FLORIDA be sold by them, and subject to i-ntryby States by the Constitution, nor prohibited munificent establishments of local beneficenceand ''I of State administration, would be to disregard which I have long entertained and often expressed t >1-4 :
WILL continue to <-scupv the office recently oecu- assignees provided that none of it shall! be : it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively nearly nil of v hich are proceeding ta establish to the amount of the value of the pub and in reference to which my convictions ; .
by the late firm of C. H. & J. H. DuPonl sold at less than one dollar per acre, under.i or to the people." them, shall be led to suppose, a: they 1 lic lauds, all the limitations of the Constitution -. do bet increase i force with time *
nod to practice in the adjacent He. will Counties alfcft attend of the the Middle terms penalty of forfeiture of the same to the United i j Can it be controverted that the great mass will be, should this bill become a law, that and confound to that extent all distinctions -I and experience. ;. !: 1

.atid f tbe Western Supreme Circuit Court in Tullahastce and Slariacna. States. I of the business of Government) that involved, Congress is to make provision for such objects between the rights and powers of the I have thus discharged the unwelcome duty :)}: ,;.. I*
January 7, 1854. 1 Third, That the expenses of the, management in the social relations, the intcrnrJ arrangements the! fountains of charity will be dried States and those of the United States. Forif respectfully stating my objections to this ,, '
and superintendence of said lands, and I of the body politic; the mental and up at home, and the fcwral States, insteadof ; the public lands may be applied to the I. bill, with which I cheerfully' submit; thewbolosubject ,r : ;t
Floor Matting.SIJI'F.ILIOlL of the moneys received therefrom, shall he moral culture of them ; the development of towing their own menus on the social support of the poor, whether sane or insane, to the wisdom of Congress.FRANKLIN ; :
A Article of:. 4. S and 6-4 Plum and the States which buloug local! of wealth! the punishment of if the them and their be PIERCE :. t
MatUnlor sale tow ly, paid by to they may I resources ; wants of their own people, may themselves, : disposal of proceed3 ..'. ;_
rColered April fi, 1B54. 14 -ClilCHLOW A BROS. out of the treasury of said States. crimes in genefal ; the preservation of order; through the strong temptation, which appeals : not subject to the ordinary limits of the Constitution WASflINGTON: May 3, 1854. .r \.r_ ,
Fourth, That the gross proceeds of the the relief of the needy, or otherwise unfortunate to States as to indivHuaN, become humble : then Congress possesses unqualified 1' ;;. .. I.:
ParasolsA sales of such land-scrip so granted, shall bej members of society, did in practice, supplants for the bounty of the Federal Government power to provide for expenditures In the The two: paragraphs below, bch weclip !. ''f.:
VERY SujKrior: stock of Silk an-1 Cotton Urn-j e invefct-d! by the several States in safe stocks remain with the States; that none of these reversing their true relation! to this I States by means of the public lands, even to. from different e ,tchangef contain a ; :i
-Abrcllas and r&rasok far sale lov by to constitute a perpetual fund, the principal,I objects of local concern are by the Constitution Union. I the degree of defraying the salaries of Governors the moral of ubich should be deeply impressed .. ?r":*> f .
April. 1654. 14 'CRICHLOW & BllOS. lof wInch shall remain forever undimini&hed ,' exnresslv 4 of imnliedlv A w.prohibited to Having stated my views of the limitationof I Judges, and all other expenses of the upon the mind of every young man in the- :
Oil Cloths. and the interest to be appropriated to the !i the; : st.itsami that none of them are, b}' an} the powers conferred by the eighth section I government and internal administration within 'ountry I t:-. t>

A SUPERIOR Article of Figured Oil CUb, for I maintenance of the indigent insane within the j' express language of the Constitution, trans. of the first article of the Constitution I deem the several States. The conclusion from : 0! Th Os..J ar h-'I, of Kentucky Ltr. .
J\. the Floor; a1..a Buj crwr article of 6-4 MahogoOr Several States. ; ferred tojtheUnited States? Can it be claimed it proper to call attention to the third section the general survey of the whole subject, is to who made such a sensation twelveyears .t' .
CU Cloth. for furniture, for Bile low by Fifth, That annual returns oflands or scrip 1 I that any of these functions of- local administration i of the fourth article, and to the pro\isi ns of my mind irresistible, and closes the question, ago as a Temperance Lecturer, has j ... .
-Aprils. 1854. 14 CKICnLOW & BROS. sold thall be mad": by the States th* Secretary I t I and legislation are vested in th<* the sixth article bearing directly upon the both of right and expediency, so far as regards again become a sottsh drunkar." ,1. -. 1 o
Boots and Shoes. of the Interion, and thc wh"lc crant bo 1'edcralGovernment by any implication ? I question under consideration ; which, instead. the principle of the appropriation pro 2. "Prof. JI e wlet, as Temperance n\ .

SUPER article of: French Pump Soled Boots, subject; toceitaiu conditions and lirnibtionsl, have never found anything in the Constitution of aiding the claim to power exercised in this posed in this bill. Would not the admissionof Lecturer iewyears ago, has again taken tohis ..J t.". .
.1.A Super Low Quarter Patent Leather Shoes with prescribed in the llill..to be assented to by legislative : which is susceptible' of such a construction. case, tend, it is believed, strongly: to illustrate such a power in Congress to dispose of the cups." or 1it: ,
Broad niid Harrow Ties, Cloth and Kid Top Gaiters. i acts of aid States. Mo one of the enumerated powers touches the and explain positions: which, even without public domain, work the practical abrogation How hard it is, when the demon of ntem'U\' [ :
Ladies Slipper, BufWns; and Cait'rc, f T sale I low Lv This bill, theifforo, proposes that the subj"ct, or has eve, a remote analogy to it. such support, I cannot regard as questionable. of some of the most important provisions of perance has once securely bound his chains :i j";"t, ..

_,_April 6, 1654.m,--L--14 j-CEICHLOW-i T -- -4 BROS.- J I Federal Government shall make provision to Tho }powers conferred upon the United Stales the Constitution ? If the public lands (the bout his victim, for him ever again to throw :.tJ.; :.
S Fans. !! the amount of the value often millions of acres have reference to Federal relations, or to the Th third section of the fourth article of sixteenth sections) in the States, for the purpose off his shackles! Young man bu not too san- f'':'K'

A SUPER Stock of Super Folding,SpaniA end !! of land fur an eleemosynary object within tho means of accomplishing or executing things of the Constitution, is in th! t' following terms : of education and occasional grants for guine; give no heed to the syren whispers i {: i S
_X palnietU Fans, fur eals low by I t' several States to be administered by the political !I FedeVal relation. So, ulso, of the Mine: character Tbe Congress shall have power to dispose similar purposes, be cited as contradictingthese that you can check the habits of excessiveindulgence .1.t.-"t.t'.. .".
April &. I. 14 CR1CIH/W A P.ROS. !I t authority of the same ; and it presentsat are the [powers taken away from the of, and make a'.l l needful rules tnd regulations conclusions, the answer,as itappears tom when once they are formed. You ;!iJt:> I,.
Segars. the threshol 1, the question, whether any States by enumeration. In either case, .ihe requeuing till territory or other proj erty belonging is obvious and satisfactory. Such reservations cannot do it. The only safe course is to tl
VERT Sup rwr article of Sep ". for sale>IT such act, on tho part of the Federal Government : powers granted and the powers restrictedwere to the United States; and nothing inlhi and grant, bt'side being part of the. remain tee from the start. The two cases 1 M ._ f
A CU1C11LOVT & BROS. is warranted and sanctioned by the so granted or so restricted only where Constitution shall !b.. so construed us to conditions on which the proprietary right of cited in the above paragraph are but sam- n1: ". .
Ayn\. \854._V4 Constitution, the provisions and principles of it was requisite for the maintenance of p aco prejudice" nny claim of the Uui'ed States, or the United States is maintained, along with pIes of the thousands that might mentioned* ;.ff).; .i
Gold Pens. which, are to be protected and sustained as a I and harmony between the States or for the of any particular State." The sixth article, the eminent domain ofa particular State, and all arouud you. How many do you know, 'f1 f'i" ,
BAG LEY'S Super Gold Pons.j'or sale' V y first and paramount duty.It I| puiposu of protecting tlifir common interests, is as follows, to wit: that All debts contracted by which tho public land remains free from who have once become the slaves of lDtemt:1 : .
CRICULOW i BROS. cannot be questioned that if Congresshave I and. defending, their common sovereignty and engagements entered into, be- taxation in the State in which! it lie*, as longas perance, tb at Are now really free from ita t 5 i', J'
April] 8, 1854. 14 power to make provision for the indigent :'against aggression from- aboard or -insurrection- fore the adoption of ibis Constitution, shall it remains the property of the United States, chains < Few-verv few. There may be !ir: \" J I
Perfumery.A I insane without the limits of this districts I at home. be as valid against United States under are the acts of a mere land owner, disposingof some; but even of that small number a part J I;} 1.
SUPERIOR stock of English, French and German it has the same power to proxide fur the indi. I shall not discuss the question nf power this Constitution( as under thE the Confederation." a small share of his property in nay to may yet faIl, while those who escape will do t I
Cologne, lte4l l LuWe\ Extracts, ImL do, I gent who are not insane ; and thus to transfer tiometim"s rbimcd for the General Government For correct understanding of the terms augment the value of the residue, and in this it "as by the bkin of their teeth." Then tam.otfl':-. t
J nips flauel'e Eau Lustrale or Hair Rettoritive, Pha- to the Federal Government the charge of all under the clause of the eighth section used, in I the third section of the fourth article, mode to encourage the earl.V occupation of it per not with the seductive foe, it is like playing Q i

ou lori.*, .ith.Inrigor&lor great Lyou'e variety I Katbondn of cheap,Rarrj's P -rume Trkcop, cr. the poor in all the States. It has the same of the Constitution which gives Congress the above quoted, reference should be had to the by the industrious and intelligent pioneer. ,- with the fanga of the asp.-Worrenftwi t c t. -

luiiu. Hair Qua,Ox Marrows Bear'e Oils Flesh lOma-\\ power to provide hospitals and other local power to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts history of the times in which the Constitution The great example of apparent donation of J.1eus. _ _ .f.sfl 1 It.
der, Pink and While, Lilly White, Liquid and establishments for the, care and cure of every and excises, to pay debts, and providefor formed and adopted. It was decided land to the States likely to be relied upon as .,4...It" .
dered lljuge Poooet Boxes and Puffs,Slaving Creams species human infirmity, and thus to assume the common defense, and general welfareof was, in convention on tho 17th of September, sustaining tbe principles of this bill, is the re- A Man Before Adam,-A conglomerate -, :
and Oompousds Soapa&ud Wash Balk hi Trent abundance all that duty of either public philanthropy, or the United States," because if it hns not ipon and by it Congress was empowered to linquishment of swamp lands to the States in work, to use a geological phrase, has lately Cs2ai1_
for sale by CEICHLOW J BROS. public necessity to tbe the 178 situated but this also like been in Philadelphia, entitled, "The t. ,
Aprils. 1851 U dependent orphan, already been settled upon sound reason and of,"' &c., I the territory or other which they are ; published kR :
the hick,or the needy, whichis now- dischargedby authority, it never will be. I take tbe received I belonging to the United States."- other grants already referred to, is based expressly Types of Mankind," made up of contrib 1; '
Needles. the States themselves, or by corpornet and just construction of that article, The property only Territory then belonging to.the i upon grounds clearly distinguishable tious from the late Dr.Morton,Agassih Ubher, t'11..i1. ;.
JAMES SMITH& SONS Sunerir-Needles, fortale institutions, or private endowments existing I .as if written .to lay, and collect taxes, duties, United States, was that then iccently ceded I in principle from any which can be assumedfor I Nott and Gliddon. This work is destined .ru ;
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CHlCIILOW d BROS. under the legislation of the States. Tbe imposts, and excises, in order to pay the the several States, to wit : by New 1 ork the bill herewith return d, viz: upon the to create something of a commotion in the 1fr ;
Ajril,1S54. 14 whole field public beneficence thrown opento debts, and in order to provide for the com- by 1781 Virginia in 174, by Massachusetts interest and duty of the proprietor. They religious world. The idea of the unityofthe J'111 :.
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I. Negroes for Sale. the care and culture of the Federal Gov mou defense and general welfare. It i in nota i in in and by South Carolina in Au- were charged, and not without reason, to be race of man is totally discard ed by the authors, f tone

1 LIKELY MA!. about 82 year of age and a ; ernment. Generous impulses no longer en. substantive general power to provide for 178, only the month before the formation a nuisance to the inabitant of thtf surround- and all. Dr. Usher makes the aaloon'F hm- ,
Woman about 52 year, with her four children. cour.ler the limitations and control ofour the welfare of the United States,but is a limitation gust, of the Constitution. The cession ing country. Te measure was predicatednot ding! statement in this work,that a human fossil ijE
For Urmt,"Ac,, enquire. of F. U. FLAGG. imperious fundamental Jaw. For however on the grant of power to raise money contained the following proviion -- only upon ground of the disease inflicted had been found in New Orleans in the. i
U.1S 11 Virginia
April -. worthy may be the previous! object in self, by taxes, duties and imposta. If it were from upon the people of the States, which course of some excavations in that city, to l Hi' .
Fro- Ytew York, per E. 1le."Il D it is only one of a class. It is net exclusively otherwise, nil the rest of the Constitution, ":That all the lands within the territory so the United States could not justify a a just which a pre-Adamite age is attributed. According ;
RIO x.free Drittd Ap lea worthy of benevolent rt"gud.'bat. consisting of carefully ennmera'ed, and cautiouRly ceded to the United States, and not reserved and honest proprietor, but also upon an express to authority,the skeleton of a man, l i flt !!
Coffeo .
HeiOsieOoldea
Cbam'paigoe' ever considerations dictate sympathy for this guarded grants of specific of the before men limitation of the application of the proceeds of the conformation of our native Indians, -l. I ;
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: Syrup, Bologna SauIIIgta, in like if notin would have been useless powers for, or appropriated to, any in tbe first instance, to purposes of levees was discovered at a depth sixteen feet lying '1" ; C J 5
CItron, GoBura Butter, particular object, apply, manner, if not delusive. It tioned or disposed of in bounties tote 'lr-
Currants Cider Vinegar. the same degree, to idiotcy, to physical would be impossible, in that view, to escape officers purposes and soldiers of the American Ar- drains, thus protecting the health of below succession of four fossil cypress forest (f iff $1 1 J Jto
Almonds, White Win Vinegar, disease, to extreme destitution. If Congrest from the conclusion, that these were inst-rted considered a common fund for the inhabitants, and at the same time enhance each of which the age of 14,400 ,years is iC; |i ;
shall '
New EnglAnd Rum, may and ought to provido for any one of only to mislead for the present and instead my, b benefit of such of the United ing the value of the remaining lands belonging given. Agassiz is said to have accepted as a *'<"ir,:**"' *

Cognise Madeira and Tberry American, Port and Brandy Claret Wine these objects, it may and ought proqive for enlightening and defining the pathway of tho States use have become, or shall become members -I to the general government. It is not to I fact and based upon it his assertion, that man l' .
Holland aod American Gin. them all And if it be done ill this case, what the future, to involve its action in the mares of a the Confederation or Federal alliance be denied that Congress while administeringthe existed upon the.earth at least 160,000 years 5 ; 9
ALSO, from yew Orleans answer shall be given, when Congress shall of doubtful construction. Such a conclusion included, accord public lands as proprietor, within the I, ago. :f"f.( (
be called of the said States, Virginia ______________ "" '
20 Hilda. Side; and SltooMcrt, upon, as it doubtless will be to the character of the men who framed that their usual respective proportions, in principle distinctly announced in my annual I 1o
8 do Best Brown Sugar, pursue a similar course of legislation in the sacred instrument will never permit us to form. ing to charge and expenditure,and shall I II message, may sometimes have failed to dis.. INTEMPERANCE AT THE SOUTH.-A New. 4'.4'1. t I
100 Bbls. Extra and Superfine Flour others ? It will, obviously, be vain to reply Indeed, to suppose it susceptible of any oth. the general and bona fide disposed of for 1 tinguish accurately between object which I Orleans paper makes the lollowing.statement:
26 do Reboil Syrup. that the object is worthy, but that the application er construction would be to consign all the I be faithfully and for no other use or purpose are and which are not witin it During the last year there was expended _
25 do Rectified that
Whiskey, for
has taken a wrong direction. rights of the States, and of the people of the parpse. al powers. something near :30,000,000 intoxicating
ft do Lard. The will 1 careful examination I find 'drinks in this State 20000,000, of, this
have been After the most ;
discretion
power
10 Casks Carolina Bio, deliberately assumed States, to the mere of Congress, tIme\ for which these lands are
2 Boxes Tongurt, the general obligation will by this act and thus to clothe the Federal Government Here object of is clearly set_forth, and the but two examples in ,the acts of Congress was expanded in New .t rleans alone., There :
do Maecarool. have been acknowledged, and the question 01.. with authority to control the sovereign States to b disposed ,of tbe .g &nted by the third which furnish .iny precedent for the presentbill were made about 16,000 arrests directly and
I, K do.Sut Candles means and expediency will alone be left for by which the States would have been dwarfed sectSttof dispose the fourth article of the CoustitutionIeady and those emps will, in my opinion, indirectly, for drunkenness,io the city and
SpaD ..
For ale consideration. The decision the serve rather as than as inducement St.taboat4OOdsbzbydeIirinmtremenaabout .
by S upon principle iuto provinces or departments, and all sove contemplates such disposition a
BERRY A BOWLES.oo host :of other
; besides '
.4pril 115.18< 16 in any one case, determines it (or the reignty vested in an absolute consolidate ouli U wet be the fact, and in my mind to tread in the same path. 75 marders a ,
r whole class.The The first is the act of March 3d, 1819, crime-Over 1,000 have DeeD reduced to
question presented therefore central which tbe then have
Cheap GSS power, against spirit of liberty !be no doubt of it, you
: UMTS can. and the' of the
clearly ii upon the constitutionality and propriety -. has so ofteu, and in so many countries, implication in favor of thecoutCmpIft' granting 1 township of land t the Connecticut vagrancy ,pauperism; resources ______
not only no
THE,a Subscribers new ooot.emp1aet of the Federal Government assuming struggled in vaiu. In my judgment you can oaain, grant, but the strongest author- asylum for the education of the deaf and State,have been crippled thousands' have)een
Pdb buainea1 makea arraagell1eot it their to enter into novel and vast field of legislation not, by tributes to Immunity, make adequate : > dumb kepi.oat:if employment; foeisty .atlarge. seriously _
dispose. of tb present stock uf Goode. occ.uay to namely, that of providing for, the car compensation for die wrong-you any would I ity FugthermorOtWibilI sgamsti at S u In violation of the second,,'that of April 6, 1826, miD deeply'damaged Jo all ,i U relation '1 1itZenabTebeeO.&StI'OYed
.i of a goo aupply.ofWakbetolneryd.ori and of all those, the people of inflict by removing tbe sources of tha act similar grant of land to the Kentucky aayl the health and energies of/ some- ofaor&Mt
tin. ,,, Jewelry, ., Ptati support among powor And faith of the Gvement pledged m. and' rained in
Cutlerr Qua for teaching the deaf and dumb. : ) ____
Ware and numerous other articles, wlUt the United States, ,vboby any form of caram- political action from those who are to be there nineteenth section .j
th.y of January AU ttli baa-lMCD done and and
life.
Pledge The first more than thirty after the mor!
4cin.elves to .u cub become-fit of by affected. If the time shall for' the years
ro philauthrool. "That
customer atn ity objects public ever arrive act'declares,, payment '
gti IJ r. : of that of constitution and the second we have'men who tell as thai ,t ujn
4beed yet {
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price roWLE at 3LrEg& I readily. and,'I trust feelingly, aeknowl-: when, for an object appealing however strong. of the! stock which may ba created under the adoption th .

Arri1 1E1. Ick J edge the dtftv-fflCttmbout en tumll A ,, uj&ftn and. J.Ito our sympathies, the dJCn1t of UK States po4W;.t. of d public-more than a quarter of'a century. ago. 4,lieDer w innocent\. 'S S.a 19S ,-childc -'-, J





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Vlr Ifrw Yoaa, May IS, 1854. I jl ribian { nrnRL I The house of Representative haa been Use theatre _The Washington Star aaja it now flnda no differebca .Ji e acquittal of Ward remark a ootemporary, baa r-: The following beautiful and tppropti.

'Tt' UVERPOOL, APRIL 29. of great excitement growing ont'of tbe-motion made TopioSon as to the fart that the Preaideat trill provoked tbe tuoaf intui indignation in Louisville ate line prompted by occasion of the dktrti!

.I.--;t. The British and North American Royal Mail Steam- by Mr. Rkhardaon the Chairman i of the'-'Committee bLLJj"etotbe: Homestead' if that ,meaaurepaseea and indeed throughout the State of Kentucky. Mr. sing intelligence received last mail, were hand.d .

A;. l.ip Canada CipL .. Stone witU% L Ye'ltOOl} date T.1LLAII.1ISEZ: on Territories, to go iato Committee uf the Whole on the Senate of the United} 'State*. Nor does itind Wolfe, one of the counsel for Wardha. ,b.eacoc. _us for publication by a very intimate

__ t.- of tbe 29th April. DM just arr'\'ed. Tb. cotton tnar- .- V tbe ,stale of the Union, with the avowed object of laying many public men dbinctined to the Commencement trabd toroicit! a suspension of the public judgment the deceased bat short time fHeudof
a
Vet for the week closed lrre ular. Milligan, Lempriere of the public until th* publication of an authentic. eopy of bit before g
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4 Satnrday May 20, 1851. ajiuk aL J the other bills on the calender,and taking of tbe new era in the management "
(. 4 C.n report, the sales tur, tho wevk at 7OOO bales, At immense and excited meeting of the to press. We hare only time to remark &J
,' .f wLicu; 7090 wne UVen upon speculation aDd 4000 -- 55 V up the Nebraska bill The stiuggle was one of the domain initiate by the recent veto. Many, indecd speech. an

1 V export, atlLa folloit5g quo'tioU.viz: TERMS.Three DoKara per annum,if paid in most exciting which has ever been had ia the Bouse.On among the members, have voted somewhat extravagantly citizen of Louisville, inflammatory resolutions were a* the melancholy event so feelingly and eW! .

4 41: FaVOrleans... .. ... .. .. .CJJ."WiJdliugOrkati advance; $3 CO if pniJ within six months of the lime one side were the South united with *aYev Cex- upon hud-donating LAb)_, only under the belief dopted condesnorng the counsel, witnesse and juryin ly noticed occurred at the residence of the Hosx

.4 -4' *.6)d.) ef anbscribing :and 4 00 at the cud vf the year. Ad- crptions, and the national demon-acyoG;; iM "'et' that the public domain was being lavishly wasted and the ease and alleging that the verdict was purchasedwith S. J. Douglas, Key West, oa the eTenfo.

,, Fair Uphmd 6\ vertinements, One Dollar persquarrof 1 2 lii sfor first able The editor of the Louisville Journal it tIthe
I .. ..... side were the entire Northern whig,irlth: y- fhirt as there was no Lope of being to put a atop] money. 24th ultimo.
itwerti.ms. An-
; :: ( ... ..&iiLTk and fifty Cents for all subsequent censured for the be bore in the trialThe
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, vt 1 lddlngUpnd. Douncetnents of candidates. Five Dollar ewliaFrnyato cohere Hards abolitiotiiftts, cod oCber/wodEariea, totbatitate of thing, it waa weft to 1Ut1re'. portionof especially part
ader decline We informed that the
J. : fair.while though a be paid in advance. Religious, OUtuary I;. made Southern dough-face and traitor/ *. But the lands for this or that object The Veto come Democrat says it was known soon aa the jury are attending pW
of 1 lt l fur the lower grade*, an up
:1r; oYl-16j to 1-8J was observed upon{be finer improvement quUie i-iage Notices not exceeding 12 Hues will be published Respite the efforts-of the opposition the motion was as a relief to them, and they hail it aa racb.. ThIs was empannclled that a verdict of acquittal would be cian pronounced. disease which term/a/ j

I r' Suxvk < n Stand,-oT Amercn exclusive u t ava s. 3P"Ko notices certificate of of the publication\\"itl'be of es- carried by a 'rote'of 109 to b8. Motion after mo. fact will be substantiated in both Howe of Coftgre**, the result. The jury were all men of an infamous fatally on the 9th day, a high grade sYfcfoa.
"t .liiib iard, 405.000 I Ute or legal any description givenintil the character. A committee of the citizen of
: > the of suspected
to Tote question pasting '
hle. when they come on billrous ferer. .
h' "Variant Cotton differ materi&nV. Bro- : the advertising fee is paid. tion then succeeded this triumphant vote until all tbe : atory WeonderstMdt&atthei
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I t the President's refusal to append his New Albany where Ward sojourned for a night -
and Middling bills Dumber the Nebraskabill vetoed bill over presented that time several!
; leer* redoce tlicir quoUlioMon Ordinary (eighteen in ,) preceding were at other cases.of a,tuo.
him with
a to leave the Tillage imme- ,
1-lod. 3&oltingtworth ays the tlemftnd for tbeweek 4th were successively laid aside ord the great signature to It. rfqocst
,' Celebration of the July. peace ilar character bat on the 8th
I J; been lea than usual. All jualiiies above Middling of From the indication, the Star h inclined to believe diately. A monument is to be erected over the grave instant tW&tj
( The Volunteer Company Florida Rifle measure of the eessioti reached amid the applause
neW
,. '44' are scarce and firm. Qualities below Middlingare that In Kcu of the Homestead plan Congress will adopt of Butler and provision made for the rapport of his of the letter communicating the sad intettigenca (
to celebrate the Fourth the crowded galleries. The result of the day was a
market ;
men"propo..e approaching -
ID abundant supply producing a lienvy extended embracing features widow and child. Hi brother has issued address the city had
pre-emption system an becojne comparatively
,b lliclntrdsou says the Letter grades ace caree, and of July in mi appropriate manner, and they request a victory for die South, the democrasy and the admin- heahhj.DXATH ,;'
r'm' which will ultimately secure for the Treasury to the citizen deprecating demonstration of vi
.( ( rth 1-8J. .d\a meeting of the citizens at tLe'Court house this after ifltratioa We give our readeis the yeas and nye on any -
JlvftK, April %CotloH ales fr tl e week foot at least tbe minimum price of land while it will accord olence.
the occasion follows TflI t>r HIM DOHA
Orleans noon at 41 o'clock, to concert measures for the celebration as : TtiriZTT.
with
t-,.: up 820 bales, the make cloaiiig firm Breadstuff and YEAS-Messrs. Abercrombie. Aiken James C. to tbe actual settlers, without money in hand,, JUADSTt'FnI rx WMT. TLe St Louis The heart-renting report.which reached thr"
t!. 90. bales. area to select an Orator and Header for the THE Republican
f" : St O Jand 96,0 Allen Willie Allen Ash David J. Thomas ample time ta which to the mean of getting
closed ; Bailey acquire ashortimeagoromKeyWuh.deoflovely
h ) m.kt quiet. occasion. Turn out, bodr.. .f the 29th bit, say the Savannah Georgian Oat
.b. every
' k I ; thh'l steauMbip City IL Bayley, Barksdale, Barry Bell, Bocock, Boyce. from the Government a fee simple title to the property. and much loved it
) i.i.Ae hd o u\AD o Breckenridge Bridge, Brooks, Chnsman. Churclnvell, contains extract from retters from some sixty points young lady, eroimed b y

ifi i 1.l": Gaew. arrived out on Ole Its Coming !. Clark Chngma, Cobb Colqnit Cox, Craige. Curo- It is certainly the policy of the Government to on the Upjxr Mississippi, furnished to that peper bj letter just received by the Steaaier bale via Chu.

=.1 Tb.tnt THE WAR IN THE Gth 'Wh '. coming Why Lien's cargo of ICE. See mmg, John G. Dsrris, Dawson,Disney. Dowdell Duu- encourage the settlement of its vacant lands by all a commercial House in St. Louis, to whom the letters lesion, and casts a gloom over tbJ* whole.eeawnanity.

: : : EAST the announcement in anothercolumn.. bAr, DuuLa n, Eddy Edtnondson. Elliott, English reasonable and proper expedient, among them not The friend at who home this
addressed
ci important were in answer to the inqiihriea AatreariBg evcat oc.
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: l $. }i Nothing decisive from the war in the East Odessa I Florence Goode, Grtenwood Hamirtou, Sampson W. being the donation of property of the old States,only regarding "
: ; ) i 11a not been kom\>arded. The lluftians are wb.drawiig I Harris, Hendiicka. Ilenn, Uibberd. Hillyev Houston, the amount of floor and wheat held at the different caned writes this : NOt language that I ce )d*m.

1. r'"" from Klafal tiilistria: 1m* not been taken V State Convention. In;ersoll IGcorge W. Janes Roland JQn *,X .Kerr. for the benefit of the new States. Yet, if the new points, and the probable! amount still in the bands ol ploy would do j octree to the awrowiaBdyan0K fBrj

,rlc' {.\" The Itussttu deree allews tbe Engliob and French The proceedings of a democratic meeting in AlacVua Kiilwcll Kertz, Lumb, Lane, Lntharn. LetcLer lilly, States can be benefitted by permitting the vacant I the farmers together with the prospects of tbe heart, fa commttnieating dooega yow,sa ilalreasiaa

: :, vessels six xreeks (rem the 19th April, to escape from IU e8tiu,. and appointing: delegates to a Stat. Tjndlev. Macdonald, Mel McKmr, Maxwell, lands to be occvpied without parting with the title to1hem. grow- nUlKgeaoe to the affietod miher of&s daatlt of lr
tbe Dud the time from the 17th of John Miller Smith Miller, Millson 'Noble, ling wheat crop. These letters are dated at different .
Blaak
::!{I, I Se same Congressional CoorcDtion, published ki another col I Mi&v, O. the Star thinks Congress will grant that
, ; ..r.. May, to leave die Baltic I OlJ Mordecai Oliver, Orr, PiKskcroLn PtrldDI', per- : times, from the 1st to the JMh ApnL All seem to roach Deleted danghter, sad my veyy dear friend._
. .'j' The rights of neutral ps t 1 respected.Tbe umn. "ill attract the nt1t'nti'lf'Iof the party tlnxnigh- I'lielps, Itiil.ips.: Preston Puryear, Ready Reese ttiisaion, accompanying it with an agreement that the agree that the amount of wheat in hand farmers i Sa Oh! how true it i., that It ia firtaJ to be loved1 ; aad.
: t of tbe Russian 1m fallen back out the State. The movement k most timely. It Robbins Seward. Government will wait a long time for its for
-tf! .t:{; 1 right wing army TlicLanlson, Riddle Rogers, Ruffin money exceedingly small ; many of them state tLat the around the Bower of affection and lor* M ntw&tj :
::: ". Upon Bucunre The husmans are "fortifying rticmtlvcs comes too, from tbe right quarter. TLe democracy Shaw, Shower, Singleton, Samuel A. Smith. William the property which, it will b. remembered cannot prosKcts the Cyprea If lore and devotion scald far
the wheat .
' iu Drobudska. Paokiewitcb is making formidable Smith, William R. Smith/ George W. Smyth, Snod < crop are very discouragingin some :
.f"1 of AlacLua Lave never faltereJ in the hour If need, possibly deteriorate in value below tl 25 per acre.- asIde the shaft of death oar dear and beloved i
( attack H. a complete fwilore, while Mea4
preparations to Richard Stanton Alexander IL Stephens cases proving a large num- .
'-.-,,,.: -:!:,.f Omar PoeLa, at Slu1mll is preparing llitla to net on the and it is therefore Lecoimug anti appropriate that they grass SSraub David Stewart, John J. Taylor. Trout Tweed, It cnuu,,t be that any settler to whom it might be her say the crop will be an average one, aud a few had been spared many lowg yean to gJacIC1I aid e&eey

I''f{ ,i.,7 :; hffuire. should be tile first to tart tLc ball wbh, \\. cannot i. Vail Vansairt WalhriI c. Walker. Walsh Warren, prudent to give land, if the General Government could hat it promised welL Some of the writers that -heart DOW made desolate. V

: Napier lias divided ins fleet into three divisions.Aa doubt, is to roll up another victory in October. It 5 is Witte, Daniel R Wright Ilcndrick B. Wright and do so constitutionally and properly, can f.tilto be ableto say this
t If visitation of Providence it to m her friend
;. all the flour in the town was Lld by themselves *,
L \ nJlunal.revolt has takeu place 1 C1I'Na to 1 he that the call thus ZoJi'Offer09.] the minimum for homestead after living ,
enrnesUr lioped ,
anspieiouslv pay price a
4. it'l';i'i: ;:; ". 1t le ians, and Las become general.among NAYS-MesSrs. Ball, Bank, Belcher B-unett. while all of them wLo speak of the article wry the overwhelming, to tIlt mother it ia nmt enaabiAg.To ._..
' t\.i:::. '' all the tribes. ScLamjl will oou attack the Rufisiaus made \rill be responded to promptly aud -cordiallyby Benson Betiton Bug. Campbell Carpenter. Chamberlain on it ten twenty or thirty years, as may be agreed amount of corn in store ia immense. The entire stock her who watched her growth and witaeaaed th.

their Lead County in the District Let u! bare a full, Cliandler. Corwin, Crocker. Cut upon.
every Curt
at Cullmn.
,; : lh ) ; qUArter of wheat at these sixty points is put down at 4)8,000 xponston of her noble and endearing vrrtae *>hID a. V
'. I MR. SOULE BLACK WARRIOR AFFAIR old.fashioned Convention, whose influence will be felt ting. Thomas yXivis, Dean, D1('k. Dickinson., Drum,
&TiE bushels and of flour barrels. fancy to ma tarity. To her, abe wa an objeet of both
" : sad the from (1ydof die wealtli to the other. We E trmm. Rlgcrton, Edmond, Thomas D. Elliott, Ellison The Nebraska Contest Prolonged eslion of at 31,000 ;
Mr. one common
.:. .4'! t :TIVI letters Lad 'a.el between Sue Erbervlge, Everhart. Farley, Fenton, FLigW the House, &c. pride and lore and matt jkstTy ao ; and my heart t

:tj t::1 tt : Sptni-'h'Ooverunieut definite relative and to final the II Warrior.Mr. within. speak the sentiment of every intelligent demociat, and FrankKfi, Gamble, Giddings Goodrich, Grow. Harrison The opponent of the Nebraska Bill. having ascertained Extent of Nebraska.Few bleeds at the thought of what her" mast feet and mf

I : j r .: i S. demanded .after his -communication.answer To we may add of many intelligent whigs when we ex- Haven. Howe. Hugh, Hunt Johnson. Daniel T. that they are in a hopeless minority in the persons have any idea of the magnitude of the f.T. To roe ahe waa a friend,loved, with aD the tea .

;1t <..} .' las forty-eight demand Lour fur the GOY.ernmetit replied' pi.ess the opinion that codling is required but a Laar- Jone, Kittredge, Knox, Lindhley, Lyon, McCul1C ugh. House of Representatives have combined to defeat territory proposed to be organized in the Nebraska !
denies and devotion of brother'
I" t ,i-; repaton. to successful termination Mary, Mattison Maurice, Mayall. Meaeham. Middles- nllat"tioo on the measure, by the use of those parliamentary a enaction, and he*
1 that it st ( patches from Cuba; to which ty and enthusiastic umou ensure a Bill Its boundary is three thousand mile in length;
: mu
.r_ ;' < nWI1t warth, Murray, Norton Andrew Oliver Parker, Peck tactics by which the bill Las once already memory will ever be cherished a* eacfi. Vwdnp4cruehedlierbeartmusibeId..tsakbevto.tay '
t. Mr. S. jolned tLfit Le knew dispatches Lad already of the comiug canvass in favor of the demo- I its area i is six hundred and sixty-six thousand
square
: f.( demand Peckham. rt nniD tlu. Bishop Perkins. Pratt. David been laid abide, and again taken tip out of the regular ;

-. ..-sTif/V: ; ./ len received and that&t this pmcrastiuation.answer to his To this I the I crats. Shall we not Lave lucli a long and strong pull Ritchie, Russell Sabin. Sate, Sapp, Seymour, Simmons order of business. Hy a previous special order of the miles, an area twice as large a* that of tbe original her sorrow, bal :I implore her act taxsoora aa en v.

; J. was a mere attempt to -such a pull altogether!I" We cannot doubt it- Skelton, Oerrit Smith Stevens, Sf rattan, An- House the Pacific Railroad Bill is to be taken up on thirteen colonies extending from New Mexico to the *
* 1..ty:. Go Mit eevercly, tlieri-by expecting :
replied
t ? \,,0 .. form ernnm Mr. Soule to demand Lu ort Mr. S. I'e- There i ii everything to inspire the democracy to a vigorous drew Stuart, John L Taylor, Nathaniel G. Taylor Tuesday next at 1 o'clock. and will take precedence British possessions, and from tbe western limits of withoothope
4.. L \ paesj ThursU.ii, Tracy Upham. Wade. Walley. Ehhn K of all other businoM. An effort was therefore made There is another aad a better world, to which ear
',1 : : juine: iu a moderate ciauner ta>e exact import of wLicu effort. With n etrict construction, Jeffersonian Minnesota and the States to the Temitoriea of Washington -
.tj:1 .1.. :. WasLbunie. 'Ilsrael Wn/hburn. Well. JoJrti1- Wentworth yesterday to r*.* a resolution to close all debate at 1 beloved DORA baa gone ; for her ."Mifrl qitnt.
.:.'\io., .; t: .. oas not traurpired.ADDIHONAL. State Right administration, \those head i i.t battling Tappan Wentwurth, nnd Wheeler-8. o'clock to-day which roused the opponents of the bill nnd Oregon. This territory would make thir. ed from Earthlike a dream to wake in Heavea. JtIt
.i .. INTELLIGENCE.2y .
FOREIGN and latitudrnaiianism in all their to fierce and making motions to adjourn teen State Florida.
with clrrupt"'u phases This glorious vote, when analyzed will furnish the a opposition, by as large aa *
that will meet after this life
r ( Trlrgraph" to the wV York Faprr and calling the yeas and on a variety of true they again, eajed
be i is the Government backto nays
and seeking bring
: v people of the South with abundant food for meditation.
.. and where its and ahall be
Lad succeeded sorrows parting
TL frora Ibe scat uf war indicates increased frivolous propositions, they up to a Picnic at Lake Bradford. no nan
.i., t. PCTTI
functions
J constitutional
: economy and its legitimate It shows conclusively who are the real friend of the late Lour last night, in preventing vote being I know that word of consolation like
uai
: ... \, "nor on the pnlt tlf tbe allies. 20,000 French any Ma. EDITOR:-'Ti. not because Picnics are uncommon seen mockry'and
t, ...:M '' 1:. L:; 6,000 Briglioh troops had lauded at GallipolLNo w. should be recreant to every principle of justice did Constitution and the just right of all the States in taking on the motion to close the debate and the about beret or that tbere wa anything very uncommon that time alone can be the comhttr,w eD ,* "

L i.:':. ': .. ; '. eveutt of iinportanoe liad occurred. we not tustain it by sending to Congress a represontative the Union : fight was still progressing at the time we went to the shall have softened this affliction to her bereaved
both sides The friends attending one at Lake B-, tLat I send
with unabated
t ar-5' A caugumary eu agemeut Lad taken place near imbued *i'h: like 'ntinient, and dettrrminedjto In the press, vigor on
t .. ll '. Jvalafat nkhoat Jecwrve results. A/irmative. of the bill, who are in tbe majority, resisted and I you this hurried notice of it. Indeed I care not whether heart.

}f :,i.:,'.":. .. :: It was, reported that dIe l1u.sianead been defeated uphold the Prcrtle! in Lis j policy of reform. The Democrat from the Northern States. .. . 41 voted down all motions to adjourn, and it was under! your city readers h Qo r it with a perusal or nut, It U true that oar dear Doai baa paaaedaway la the

: features of tbe administration command the Democrats from the Southern Slates.. .. .. 54 stood would until
to
Puttcc'aeniaroda atJ bad evacuated Little leadnij approbation not consent an adjournment a when the world much
at freshness
t :: .: tltey but distant reader be to bear youth, preaeeted ao
: ..'.: ""llac1lilLL of the which it in Whigs from the Northern States,.. .. .. .. 00 vote was taken on the proposition to close the debate. ;I your may pleased some
;::: party placed power aa from the Southern .. determined thing about such matters down in .-* for enjoyment,and when aW eontribated ao mack to
r"\ : Sir Oburle( at Stockholm on the 27tL Whigs States . .. 14 The opponents of the bill were equally as away
: Napier was do that. of all (dr minded candid and
: ,' 'S, April antI l his fleet wa about oO miles off. they higs ; and declared their intention to continue on in unbroken -t Whatever elso is wanting, Tallahassee can certainly its allurement and pteaeare.' Yet wia JYovioeaca)
;.L ., hence in the npjirbscbing contest, the democracy Lave 109 scftsiun until next rather than allowa who watches the fate of mertafa have taaa
Tuesday over
/ The allied fleets in HK L'lack Sea wife fit anchor boast of its Picnieivn advantages. Now,folks everywhere ntay
}
!;- .. .' ". .;. >: tsS OJe sa on Ole _Cth ApriL the best of ground for going before the people and In the KrrKtlice. vote to be taken ('n the proposition to close the de I may Lave simple Picnics, but we can, and generally manifested h.. love and mercy, by eaHbgaef ,

':,.. ." .. ..; The Rtuiian force was withdrawn from Kalafat aski ig the emjjhktic seal of lair judgment also. The Democrats from tIle Northern States.. . .. 28 bate. By thus, when staving the Pacific off final Railroad notion on Bill the comes bill until do, unite with them all tIM pleasures of the j.1-- with all her feeling fresh and pore, aDd before time

/. ,' .,.-i..: it to is Lave ralh Democrats from tLe Southern States. .. 1 Tuesday up.
opposition, seems can no ing point. "' and sorrow could Might them.
4 ; its ,opponents, ln to its! Adoption. convenient distances around Lake Jack-
I.' i:.. .:.> 'F reign Items by the CanadaTbe elscvLere is Whigs from the Nwrth.ni State. . .. . 43 >pe prevent present 1'7At are
and broken.
Their party dispirited In and throw it being again reached dnrLg Out Ton is her immortal for
,' '\' ': ;: Spaniards, Bays the correspondent of the Timti, Wliigs from the SoutLeru Sutes. . .. .. 6 to beyond son, where there has been erected a shed, in a shady irreparable gain } woe
1 1' : ,, : 1 : : look upon the American claims as overbearing audxorb'uant. the free States it is amalgamated with nbolitioiii, the present scs
', ':'. aud presents iiubroken front against the South. 68 After consuming two days in tnirg to act on Mr.RicharJsors either consolation for I both
::t" .: all other conveniences fur parties of pleasure; Lake sympathy or require mj-
p.r.. ..t:t'; .L : Mr. 8>>ule vas present at a dinner given ty fbe BritUh Southernvhigs: cannot affiliate with them and at the Here is a unanimous Northern Whig vote in the rn<>ti''ii to terminate the debate the I Bradford, Lake LaFayette, Moore's Lake, Cyprefs. sclf. I can only T.keyon all mourn with heartfelt-

Sj.j.h "it '. -: ----flu Miu'uter.Jlantern. War. Tlie Briti,u steamer Fury cut same time expect to carry a majority of tile i eople in negative nn-1 a majority of Northern Democrats' ia the IIou.no adjourned over uutil Monday last without Lake, Silver Lake, .c,-
ifi 1Jf: t; .,, :. oat a RUllilU1 merchantman near the entrance of the their favor. And this circumstance furnishes another I nffinrmthc-two f.irts which should strike the uLJgj"flTriJa coming; to a vote. The course of the opposition minor Speckled-Perch and Bream. Then there ia the Ock- Yea : tb. pore and lovely spirit baa passed from tl !

1; )tro. =. 1i1ublJr of Sbliastapol, uOI.lerconYoy of a Russian reason "Ly The democracy should rally to the breech.I with) emphatic force \\hue nt the same ity La been factious to a el 'grec bordering on revolution lockonee River tbe bead of the St. Mark River forever, and *a the affiJctrng Odmg teaxtcy la*eantt

t''. ;h-r steamer and two frigate*. TOO Russian* gave chase, With an opposition divided upon fundamental point time tliv Soutlieni: Fupportcrs of the admiatstrafion and nil this Las been resorted to in order to defeat (where I was once with a large party ;) the'Wakulla her many distant friend their lean will testify tow generally

: .,\ 3 t ;; tut the Fury escaped, after from catting the Archipelago lie- prize adrift.pnsecd i of principle the democracy, acting as cue mau, Lave may well: ftlu-ihtle UieinselvesKni the utble and eon- a principle intended to recognize the rights of the Spring, one of the greatest natural curiosities of our abe was beloved, and how long her memory
: A Russian steamer
.) 'VJ.,. .'l ti'4: :. the pardanelle and the batteries, reaching the Black but to strike, and tiC victory is won. 6i tent firnines*, ( adherence to principle, and uu South to 110 equality with the North in the enjoyment country ; and at 20 miles by the railroad, the Apalarhce will be cherished aa an angelic spirit in the realm ef

,:, Ii.4'l.:. Sea in *afetv. The meeting in Ala
,.!..... r..tl: .:.:...t.. Four thousand Turkish troops at JKf\room:in Asia I .. in June us tie time when thie Convention efcallassemble. %ote "f the Northern
:.l :; )had reiWd to march ngaioit the Russians till their .f'[ We suggest that this notice is perhaps too the New Yolk hands voted] with the and other monsters of the deep to their heart's content. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONTEHTION. V
14.i t .- ic was settled. -V
arrears
: pay -
t ; :if E'Ilald.-The crews of the Russian prizes \vliicL' short. Probably no other County has ytmo\cd' in lu 'ority-M<-tr!. WjIbiiJ e an
h.ij.-, : lead arrired ia Eagland had been liberated on their UK; matter and it will take until the first of June and hug, the great Hard champion, who was so excessively : Brunswick io its piscatorial and pienieian (facilities

"io..t -..' J..:;'. parole. proLably longer for the extreme poitioM (If the fcUtte S-iuthein in the speet-h with \hich be prefaced his i A call appears In the Albany i'utriiittoramcethig But about that picuic at Lake Bradford t Well, J. 18&4.

.";. :i Parliament reassemble': '! on the 27th, opening the with Cir a to be apprised of their action. Why not put the day motion to place the bill! in Committee of the Whole an : of the Stockholders of the Brunswick: and Florida quite a large party assembled there on the morning At a called meeting of the Democracy of Alaena*
of
linig debate rcspoct'm: the recent burni-ig for the! of railing: iu their
? ;
:}: ; Railroad Company,
purpose
-"t'.f .:' ;'I cassian! rom at }(r SCbAli. Ly the ttuwians. off a mouth lat<'r-say the first or second Monday to object I to the BaJgcr prov marched nrrajia arai that road. The Thomasviile W'otr/wta" of the 12th mst, and while the ladies arranged the County fur the pnrpoae of appointing Delegate ta

.\ ,1"J' $ allce.-A coBtinued activity prevails in shippingtroops July This would afford ample time fur distant with Giddings and Gc-rrilt :n,th. What a fall! wab stock notes m yoodl'tingt which they Lad brought with lbem,tbeI the State Democratic Convention, GEORGE "W
the subscribers t3
and asks
:'fi'Jj 4 for the Hist: Marshal Anuud embarked fmni Counties to convene primary n-eetings nod make i th'rt1"'our! (.f the Sofu voted in the affirmative, regrets this movement, gentlemen proceeded to catch the fish. Now some MEANS Esq. was called to the Chair, and Jos. B

"f'' ::)14 Marseilles _n the 27th. Piiucc Napoleoo Lad left all arrangements 1 be place suggested Mison-1 i i to-wit: Messrs. Cumtniog Tweed, Walker and John wait awhile The H'( fcAma/i adds- I I of}our lovers of the angle" may turn up their noses COCEK appointed Secretary
il-. for I Lave in '
Turkey. which our possession
p.Y"" will doubt be unanimously acquiesced in and it : J. TItor.. From information we Tb. object of the meeting was expLunedby the
f kh'-' Jlrutria.-Tblmarril1geof the inmperor 1ms talenr DO ; from New YOlk, we incline to the opinion that a partial at our sport when I tell them that we fished with a

:: :.. '.: >lace, erliich occaaion an amncrty was granted to now only remains for the friends of tin cause to.go to TLe Union heralds! the favorable omen signified by change in the affairs of the Company if not already 8ent.' but others who think with the man who defined Chairman, in a few pertinent reaaarka.

Q" I"; 4,0 pii.oucra.1t woik in good earnest, agree upon the day,and then- this vote iu the following glowing term?-"We hail accomplished, will soon be made w'herebyn- fishing to be, u a rod with a worm at one end Henry Bradford addressed the meeting at length
.1r ;_!-' Tlie slate of liege Las Lcen removed from Lombardy creased b influence and Railroad experiencewill and introduced the resointloca
I CARaT THE ELECTION. in these auspicious events not alone the speedy. or. strengi 1 and a fool at the other. will doubtless applaud our following ,winch wereunanimously
from May HI.uiiiia. be brought to the Road. At the date of our in- V
}'/ .-Baron ilonteufreFs speech to the Chambers gauizati-jn of the tie? Territories, but the signal that formant's If tt r, the arrangement Lad Dot ubsiJutely mode capturing the cunning swimmers. I am fond adopted:

stated definitely that Prussia maintains accord Eclipse of the Sun. I marks the entire nnd final termination of the slavery been made, so nit to authorize its being made public. of the angle myself, but I acknowledge that it was 1. Retolvcd That in the opinion of tUa meetm |; II

with both Austria and the Wcrteni Powers.Tfce Next Friday, 6th iusL there will be what is termedan agitation in Congas. That issue will henceforward by which it was Loped to complete the Road to this more sensible and pleasant too, than titling half a day is expedient that a Convention of the democratic party .

resignation Chevalier Bunscr succeeded aa Minister Count to annular eclipse the Sun-that is, the moon ut the be referred to a higher tribunal-to the tribucal of place by May 18i5, but our correspondent Lad no in a little boat scorched by a burning sun. The ladies of the State be held at tome central point Jbr the
He is by for
this
4.ttv .:c'S Lou-loo Bemstoff vas, a man accepted.thoroughly Russian. time of its transition appearing smaller than the Sun, the people. TrillbeDefits will flow upon tbe country the reason information to believe of it those would who not be.may We be impatient state or on shore, as well as the men in the water, seemed to purpose of nominating a suitable candidate- CSuresa

Orteee.-It i ii reported that the Gulf of Corinth i i. it will not entirely cover it, but leave, even at the moment as the result. A race of brave aDd bold men will 'lao may entertain doubts as to the success of the enjoy the sport heartily. As the net encircled the 6 at the election on the first Monday ta Oetobex

guarded by French &liij>8 of war and communication of its greatest eclipse,a narrow rim of light- populate the regions west of the Missouri. Peace and Road. Let the friend of the Road wait yet a little finny victims, and drew them nearer and nearer to next.

topped between the continent and tlw Pcloponesus in aud; Both the beginning and end of the eclipse will bo %'is'l good will will mark the deliberations of the people's while and see what a few weeks will bring about,l before land, the excitement became highly amusing to a look 2. RttohtcL,That the second Monday in Jnae isiS
3 of southern arms
whole was
TLessaly
B that the ; We much believe the I
'$. &$& further that tbe Turks had been defeated at Metroro. il-le in all parts of Uw United States. The moon will represeututms, and the trade of abolition, like other road they will abandon be built as all we Lope.believe anything as that has nut er.ou. Every: body)began to issue orders to everybody will be a suitable time for said Convention to asstsvWe.

#. *& India and CMna.-1t has been confirmed that Dost cover from ten to en-twelfths of(be sun's diame combinations against society and 1 morals, will be con- yet Lappened. nnd if the arrangements contemplated else whilst, C pt L-,up to his chin in water, vociferated .

MaLommcd seeks an alliance with upland. ter. The eclipse will begin in this latitude about 4 o'- lurtd by reckless nun in midnight conclaves. We by the friends of the enterprise at the North be made, his commands at tbe very top of Lie voice, '3. Resolved .That Madison Court house vtS he a

;: .:p .4 A revolution his brother is reported and seized at Arna the throne.The prince had clock in Ole morning. The New York Post says:- hail the vote of j est<-rday. also, as an earnest THAT the Road will be here before a great ,while provided I Haul in faster there on the lead line ;'' "keep the suitable place for said Contention to assemble it being

poisoned "The approncLn: eclipse first appeared Canton was quiet At Shanghai there was contin inc OCGAMZATIOX OF THE 1 MCX.RATIO PARTY STILL leads to Ole bottom I tell you, the fish are all running more any

skirniisLing. Trade was re,iving at Amoy. about till the about thirteenth a thousand century yean and after will its continue first appearance to return -. STANDS FIJIM. THL UEMOCRATIC PARTT 'POE! TEsrtaHAV : Rcsiia. under." "Hurrah, we've got an alligator or a whopping which the Convention could be accommodated. j

when, baring gradually passed off the earth, the IX Till HoifE Ailir HAD BPOKEX I'BtVIOWlT I> The London Times ndmita that Russia is empLati trout one. I felt Lim-faster I tell you on the I 4. Rtiolrn d. That it shall be the duty o{the Cos* II

The Monstrous Regiment of Women. i at the cormrKXidioij returns of the new Tnt STATE and in the vention to select a candidate with special refereae.
$ ''ki bhadow ; House as in the Senate, it and that it Las an inexhaustible lead; hold up tile cork.linetbere, don't you see the
The New York Tribune Las the following notice of I will continue for mOl than ten thousand cally a military power aDd taogVi
3 moon, years vaaided band soundness in the democratic faith aa given
by n gallant cf
rn extraordinary Womeu'a Rights" demonstration to by the earth without touching it. and then patriotic Southern supply cf men with which to swell the number of, fish are all jumping over ,I" Notwithstanding all the

ir in that city: will sweep again return to entertain or terrify perhaps, a Whigs. This voice was the voice of triumph and of its battalions. It is not to he disguised" continues 1 fish jumped over the top and the rest run underneath by the fathers of democracy and without npralitapparent \

: 4 Our citv is to be visited on Tuesday next by three new race of men." power. Tin's action was the action that imperiled that paper that these troops are well drilled, well the net brought cafe to land more than a hundred preferences ofCaal po.

uniformed"companies of organized and disciplined- rights demanded, aud our party will emerge from the commanded and provided itb all the most effective struggling captives* Three hauls and we had more 5. Jtetoived That this meeting app fifteen delegates -. 1

:* male Infantry (Lancer,) from Pennsylvania New The secret war ou the Dogs still continues. Yesterday remainder of the contest not only in unimpaired majesty of modern warfare but in this respect than three htmdietl fine bream and a large trout to attend said Convention. !1
Jersey known as the Fairy Light Guard. commanded several dead hauled off but appliances ; Retched That this meeting respectfully age the
4Jf1hl morning ones were stronger for the 6.
as a battalion by a masculine Colonel l nnd Lieutenant struggle, sod ready for Deft'uertionll England and France nJ e at least the equal of their An fish were plenty, done up brown, and appetites democratic the la
; of the of State
party
the street contractor making some twenty-five or for the Constitution. concurrence
Colonel; bat the several compani will be officered tllir-1 antagonist. They admirable officer, great good, I fear I should lose my character for. veracity,
possess .
destruction commenced. If these resolutions.
: : t, throughout by ladies including Captains on LorsoIM ty victims since the .. for excellence, and prodigious store were I to tell the number some of us ate beside*doingample *
.U. TUa UtLulion will be met at the Jersey City cruel] and wicked butchery was confined to animals of Desperation of the Abolitioniiti aptitude military the of other nice thins pro 7. Rtmlted, That tie proeeedbgt of this *i.ti'
to variety
.
g Ferry at 10 o'clock by a company of our National :. no value it would not be so objectionable; but such The abolition opponents of the Nebraflca Bill> were of warlike macl nerl. The relative disadvantage of justice dinner bad mock Tourney, a Ia be published in the democrat paperaoftheUnder 1J
Guard and escorted to the Park where our f.lr18- the Western Powers is discernible only in tbe numerical -: vided. After we a 7-r
i. resolution moUon
iu I is not the carte. The poison seems to be thrown about wrought to the highest pitch of and Queen. the 6th on a.ttn f
ef their military up result both King
i, itors will give evidence proficiency fury at the of forces available for the field. No young America, crowning .
::1'. 4 evolutions and exercises repairing thence at au eaily with a eceming dt't.em1inalioD0 exterminate the of the motion to I lake the bill ont of Committee of the reckoning The extreme modesty of the royal pair forbids my of three was appointed to select editable ,ep11t :1

4k. hour to the Astor House for dinner. visiting UieJArr.erJoan whole race-.-good, bad and indifferent. No one's dog whole. A correspondent of the Richmond doubt Ole resources of Russia, even in this respect, tires to the said Convention. The Committee. Bating 1
I museum iu the afternoon and spending tbe evening Enquirtr may prove to Lave been exaggerated ; but there is mentioning/ their names.I retired for few momenta returned and reooaaaendred f
p ;; no matter bow highly priced, is safe a* is evidenced IoU'S- it but I must not close without a a ,
will take bad
whence forgotten
Palace they
at the Crystal up that levies after levies be
their homeward march. from the number that have already fallen; and this The New York 1ri1rmrLieb had long ago lung reason to suppose may word about the lake iUelf. It is a small but beautiful the following gentlemen as such delegates: .J

44;t t The Express pathetically enquire what all the circumstance calls for a vi.rilmt'watch from every cit. fuol.'ralcanl over the bill, when) It|eulogized Cutting poured across the Pruth into Turkey at a cost considerably lake circular in form nnd surrounded by a William Lewis, CoL W. Dell, George W. Bottso

: to do at home whilst their for hilt chivalric courage in leading]n its commitment, less than that entailed upon Governments where nearly S. B. M. C. C.Lewii Maj. IT.Bfia> .J.
these women are .
; cliildrcnjof iten in pos-ession of a dog be cares not to lose. Should is worked into ;, of elevation, forming the most agreeable Pyles par\
wLicb is rather an now up a terrible fury about the "Nebraska is civilized and human life held in es. ridge gentle J.O.I .RUi
ungenerous the
mother are parading. population H.Br .
W. S.
1 that the Tribune the author or authors fortunately be detected they infamy. Its Lassmpendedforthe moment situation for summer residences. I could but wou. George Means Perry }
4,, .. insinuaUon iu the face of the assurance liable ita series of articles advocating timation. The allied Powers have despatched, or are don John B. B. W.Powell, "W-W.Gqer,
that the Fairy Light Guard" composed will find that they Lave laid themselves not onlyto a dilution of tbe der that the settlers at Belle Air had not built upon Standley,

&l u of soma gives of the best educated and most estimable the Leavy penalties of the law, but to the universal Union calculating its worth, and vituperating the dispatching some sixty thousand incomparable soldiers this lake ; it is the same distance ((4 miles) from the I James P.Colaoo C.Bam. V. V
South, audit yesterday recommended the scat of When need arrive*, they .
N. J that man to war.
if of Patterson and Eli bethtown a : I t. .1 4 On motion the aforesaid gentlemen were appointeddelegates
young ladie sindl8 execration of the community. convention (Ir.the friends of freedom" be immediately will make city, said to be equally as uealtny, ana Mil the additional ,
and ILwiaburg, J'L-aII between 14 years repeat this expedition, but the drain
; 'J can
Convention.On
S Jer- held I at Washington, up"eparedto act attraction of fishing sailing and bathing. to such .
4 Governor of New at emergencies bs that of
oage.ad&ughtofthelate The Plank Road. and chief want is to
itself felt our likely
The .
demand
1.S them. The parade of thec women may threat to overawe Congress is M'KENDREE. motion the meeting adjourned.TJEO. _
'i 1 eel is supposed being among to Le totally unconnected with Barouiu' The WakulU Tunn of Wednesday says]:- unmistakable.1 From what source does this irulumfulmen men." Wi.MEANS Cieira-a
understand that K. it Moore. La come f Could the vLite-livered -
We Esa.. contracted Horace Gree-
the Palace. J
effort to revive Crystal The Cuba Question. Jos.B. Corn Sterttary.
& for the grading and laving of the lumber for Icy be persuaded to head the Convention" which he the opinion of Mr ,
to
.S I f P. S. It torn out that this army of women" j ill all extending the Plank Road to 'TullaLassee. lie is to propones to meet here for emergencies r The spirit Bn.lt According a- [Washington Corretpfndent of tht Ball. 7imt.] to*

.. S.,, a hoax. Barnaul U thought to have had a bAnd in it, commence working on the Road to-day. The work of the fi.e soil opposition palpable. It but illustrate MengVr, as expressed in a recent private conver and WAsltiCGT0N! Monday night May 6. Frat Allen a rnnlatto,who.hunted away tomanj

J M bit museum streamed jjlth banner the entire day. i it to be completed in one year for -which he is to recivu the triumph that await*,the administration and ion with the editor of the Savannah Journal All statements to the *'.I again assert that the centre of oar State for loving JOT'and seeking it 1OTTSlavery
eboee to him
l Tbe Herald expose* tbo affitir thus: |8 Richard has contracted for supplying the in the speedily coming repeal of the Missouri Com U unfounded. iu Eugland great
The people flocked icto New York in great number time. Mr. V Smith O'Brien baa received hi* pardon, by the consent of tbe President to meet the ex V

.i; yesterday; the Fairy Guard" were announced lumber.' _-_ promise. Mr. Is!. consider the declaration of Lord Palmenton, I igencie of the Cuba questiou. Spain ha*refused compliance h.Such' is the consistency el the aboBonists. They t* *

; arrive at ten o'clock and to march from the Ferry Church only a common State 1 with our demands and the administration of the races and declaim against thea*"*
to General Conference of the Methodist in the Uoue of Common, aa the equality
: to the Park. At eleven o'clock there were eight or The Sentiments of a "So/*."-Mr. Tweed''ioe of the when it de- must declare war.back out,or suspend the neutrality proscription of the negro bat let soose mulatto"prapr V
ten Uwuaand people in the Park. More than half) of baa unanimously resolved to establish a Book Concern- New York Sofia who sustained the Nefcatka .bill trick resorted to at a critical period waa Inws. The special message of the President waa read .I to marry -whiU girl. ands&aigllwar they"a
'I',' all and elaese' The to elect three irable conciliate the Irish. Instead of being unconditionally in Cabinet Council and will be sent in immediAtely .
this number were women of age The soie body ha also agreed more said in a speech made on the 10th be .telievec to to-day I him out of the State. _Their doctrines are DtPM0 '
ti di. a of many colored aonhade waa epeciallyii.l [ Biabopa-tbua bereaving the number to seven act at liberty a pardon la offered to O'Brienif upon tbe passage. of the Nebraska bill or per- only in theory; they object to practical am1'Inc ':
the Missouri line is violative of the Coostitutleo.'a flagrant i calm but
'. ti-MB. at banting into foliage., were It. In doing eo, be will lijen hapa to assist ita passing. The message passion of this New York'white H.
oruiwot. I B -- "tj-- ;-- w fi Le will it, apd
for
I hung with featoona of saaJ bpya. The balcony of the T Daws or Poreumos Gaxir n..rurx.-Tbe wrong and gross injustice and calculated to apply kit unttnet. Neither firm. It sets forth the many outrage perpetrated by ..choose to love a mulatto- shows to what iC051'
thtjtutiti of honor and -
tk '& of female beauty. incalculable mischief. A line papers recognizing the Spanish authorities upon our property sentiment of abolnJewsmteaA
Uall presented great produce geographical tioo the degrading
City will
.t. loitering about the discovery of gold at tbe Cape of Good Hope probably of which would be ever eotnent to.OT The President simply leave the proper to pnt Oe
loafer In town were commerce. aid proposed
male
the She logical simply
All in enactment was
is inception, and enfbroementTlie -
totiutabor reeVniagia the ..' Frantic female lead to another heavy drain on the laboring population wrong -- action to Oongreaa The mesaagfi will, be responded lessonof Oreeley. If Se "daughters< d o
1 at the of thinned the Missouri line, ha repeated, is violative of the Con the Treasury a special the passage of the Slidell reaolntion.J the Itmo101 p.10
I Mid extra nriaae foe Hx front .te I museum England, already greatly by exodu titutioo, because it encroaches on the right of the The Secretary w to prompt REX. the Smiths and Snmners bad betyeea

od Mr. Biraaift bowed hi'* ooonectwa with Broadway the hoax to this country and to Australia. The war will South, who have an equal share with the North I ift report to Congres. on the purchase and redemptionof Mt B BMMMs a mii iv* 1 0 ""1* Allen's disconsolate 'Love, the M..ar.di I

,i bv ,covering j5flbT1tO** buiWi OortbMf witb itnwVwaa baroera lined with expectant alto contribute to diminish ita number, ao that with the enjoyment uf oar domain.. By ita, repeal", let ua the. public debt since the 4th of March, 1853, give .Tbo whig of Providence have elected their Mayor white man and a negro aDd the would at t01 Ute Ia3h1W

from erowdc .Aa.*ry dvajediony person all the. cause at work,it will not be surprising if, in endeavor to make the Union a political paradue, from Utete figure: and the entire Board Aldermen. amatteroftaate1 otabe.l'fri; would nod aM iui1;

.eertafrn1ngthat they*wi aoM." alunk quietly IS the course of a few yean the scarcity of band U severely which we will never be bill driven because no more to return,- Th* principal of the debt paM. .. '1WIUI4V Thirty deatba.by cholera had occurred on beard the tug ties ademoGu 8t.I&wT'CIid and .. BidE"f"itcr. -
infaarofthe ; tbe which arrived fit.
:'. but the women stuck to; their pott*, oiliug I. felt in all braacbe of her commercial and I Ha waa Ugiveato pe* Premtoma paid rotaoia,. > .. >.. \JtJ67 ft03 )Mieataaipfrf teamen V at-' Louis onBarurda | --
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Bercum and pU of the Territory pwerto jootrc4 t Ibtir pwa 10.lll.e, ;, Uw' 6tb fat -
uijdVr the bot sun, impbatlUlwTBjg u ricu'.tural: opmtion uuUtutioas." Principal oNwbt new OQta\&Ddani.'to

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-Fraph a.. .- .._ F1bICott T. H. CmiCmiiOW *. _p. ciucuov,< U.wv., i

, Congrtstional.vpgreu \\/E are now receiving from U.w Orleans per $ < ;

I / pn Fry the Senate could not nee OPT- ATLANTIC. TJ Steamer United States large lot of _. e dN, miug.adie..d .- .. 'T. H. CRtCHLOW. ; BROTHERS.NEW ; 4.

Jo Clear -eon Sides -' fT HE "1iCs w'ppl but to .. _
flOOru0_ _*. -nd therefore was obliged to adjourn until :JTcw Teas, May. 1ft., 1Ub'il' ," X.xeturo .JMov hw made. arrangeoxnU with soon the .' ,. 4- '( ;: ,I._. :- -g ANEW -

The Atlantii; with Liverpool' date to the 8d mat Cured llama, mart .earel 1.Rbaiten io OM'td etioQ' and I
Sugar improve-
*,de the HOUI1* *BepreeutatiTesthe disorderly] BW- amvd ttrcular' her to-day. Aeoordiog to lbs commercial Plain M n eal of Med/to wpplT him with Cotton Seed of Metar
tA Brown, SUpley 4 Co, tht cotton No I Sbnulders next crop. ". )hU taken rsat to .
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the
Thursday, was continued all night sale for ( psoot procure _
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the
'uuneneed on previous three days had readied 12,000 aDd best s- :.
Mess Pork.Prime purest and wi11 Itage to furnish the -t .
Jll'Ditboui and all day. At three o'clock bales, at the following quo'atioiu: pinotera of_:Flonda with better world call fl
adjournment I teeds Uiao have ever : UNDERSIGNED most respoctfuDy the tiM&. of a.Us .sd Diilua.el.'II ;
.llDoruiog Mr. Richardson mad an enort.to Fair Orleans 6J ; Middling Orleans, l B|; Fair Uplands Choice Sajrara. before been brought to the State He will deliver THE -- _.--J.. YRU"a"_:- and b.ablaldt1Ma&.t.. .... '-: .- ''-' 0. .
61 ; Middling Uplands, &l' the seed to 'the "
order
'of .
South Carolina Rice, the Master in St. Marts __
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a or
-r the oppos00 by pro P continue Th market however closed under &PEU:1\TG dJ .U-r- _. '
irregular prices. Western Corn, Newport daifefjtbe mxt fall-winter, and will ) .
pro-
M on to* Nebraska bill until Thursday next the demand on speculation having; ceased. Exporterstook U Oats duce ceHfi' J
;d to rr-tpoot f\.r e week LIe *P* 5al order of to- o(the above only 1,000 bales. All quotations Beef Tongues, tMJ.II.> .ixlkf. of the 1'Jant. from were porenas d for Cask entirrly,' they feel assured they can offer fsgittliea a thsst a$bkNl.lI.[
Pacific Railroad bill. It have slightly declined, the lower grades at least ltb.I Lemons, Ac whom t ** 'ks 'fcrdsned would moat .MItI _
.bfcb |it the was nor rJgW win ,To any and all who are at all skeptical, we respectfully say, caD1.. fr' "
The offers of the opposition 'barin I Holders are pressing upon the market Low Mid- May 20. 1854.20 HODGKISS i SCOTT. be the BS< Heifcan, mVk. tie Pitt and Our stock consist in part of the following, viz: : .
h irsver. dlingu are] quoted at 6J to bid. Ordinary to good Little BtuL.e"rbirwt .. *ai. eN tL. moat I '
prtvi ly rejected by the majority, they were 4} to 6d. $20 Reward. sought after -Nks pIu-ih. naos reUah1. stock Ladles' ,DreM Goods. \ Gentlemen's Ctothinf.; -

beO ei3cutLv det rmined to agree to Dol ing: Thrdtr1v e The report of the 24th April relative to the bombardment : i but wOl, npDlT ctftar rft* others. if desired. Black Brocade Sifts BUckFcb Cloth Coato .
subscriber inTallahaaJS RICH RICH
T> AN AWAY from
DO' continued. After of Odessa is confirmed. The city was invested SUL Planters within; Seed fltti address bin.at Madison Fancy do do BhM do do do -
daylight XV
proceedings for teu hours and out laid'in see. Fla, on the 26th April. a negro boy. Florida .
a portion ruins Court House, pssttaiJ do do Plaid do do BlaekTcb Drap dEu Costs ,
*b *\'u of breakf* were brought into the House for I Four gun fortresses were entirely dismantled. Eight -IV named LEE or LAWRENCE about fourteen -- JdSKPH L. OUTTON do Plaid aod Fancy Summer Silka do do Queen's Cfc b do :: ado

_* embers. A call of the House was then or HiMsinn and one Austrian Int'I"Chanhblps were burnedin years old. Said boy is chunky built; nearly white; April 29.1854. H tf Plain Silk Tissues, do do Alpaoca do '. : :
11id white and would be taken fur 1"f'Jr
consumed much time. At noofl the ushaving the harbor, and three British bombardiug steamerswere hair straight'as a boy's do Fancy do do do .do Italian Clofb do t
& &vy Un5 rather hoarse for a boy originally
bout 0jmc British soldiers l led. decayed; talks ; New York sat New Orleans do Embroidered do do.Doe Skin Cassiinero PDt \ -

iO1flt thst tt*journals should bo read. The Chap The Russian fleet came out of Sebastopol during the brought from Griffin or Atlanta FUu where to Columbus be Ga sold,and FROM .Java Coffee, Sard**, do Lustre Brilliante, do Fancy do' do dodo .: .

,|fflt to make the usual prayer, but tie right and threatened the allied fleets but returned* from thence E. Clark to Marianna and brought here by Mr.win Clark. to I 1 5 Sacks Rio Coffee, 3 Tierces S. C.Hams, do Plain Beragee. 1 Plain Fancy Colon do do ;"
Thomas -
loin do
rruled it, as there had been no *adjourn without participating in the battle. .he will endeavor to make his to Marian 20 JJlXetiNo 1 Soup, 10 Bbh.Mess Pork Plaid and Figured Beragee do Figured .do. _
way
do
'!'***" suppoee 10 M choice Segars 100 Saks White Corn Satin Striped do do Blade French Drap crEte do i ..
..J dfe-was the continuation of the legislative nIL Columbus, Griffin or AtlAnta. at one of the latterof do -
_n pw"* from the WatJiinatun Cim e.pondenee of the which places his mother is supposed to be. I will SO Boxes M. K. Raains, 2 BbU Leaf Lard, Satin do do do do Figured Drap f& Fsata
commenced on Thursday. Subsequently a vain do Plain and Figured Grenadines, Corded do do do
do do do
New
Iiy York He aid. dollars for hid delivery to in Tallahassee 4 Bbls. Phelp's Gin 2 Boies Lemons .
me
give twenty ""
do do do Black Grenadines
made to go into Committee on the private 4 do N.E.White Rum 1 Cask Clarified do do do Welliagton Cord dodo
was Sugar,
.Sari Our Critical Relations with Spain or a liberal reward for his apprehension and being Paris Printed Adele Grenadines "

ctlenJff. At half past four o'clock, P. M, on a mo- WASHINGTON, May 9. secured ra that I: can get him, and any information 4 do Old Family Whin2 b Brown do' do Palm do do do do .do do Alpacoa Qneen's Cloth .d do. -
keT 6 Bila N. 0.
tiin to adjourn, the yeas were 65 and the nays 6Gihm The President's) message regard to our relations ] thankfully received. JOHN H. RHODES. 4 bUs, Ex. Winchester 2 Tierces Carolina Syrup Rice, do Plain and Plaid Pompedour Grenadines, j do do Caehmarett dodo
20 1854. 20or
so close a 1 to cause tome discussion about with Spain. will probably be delayed till after May and Whiskey 20 Boxes Tobacco, do Grade Rhine Silk White Lioeo DriQmf ,dodo f .
Columbus Times 4 times tend bill to
which was wrongly recorded. In the course of the disposition of the Nebraska bill It will cover the this uffice. copy 4 bbls. Granulated and Cassia-Clot*, do Painted and Plain Muslins. Fancy do do .dado
name instructions to Mr. Soule, and also contain copies of Crusted Sugars Yeast do do Organdies, do Plain do do' dodo _
effect Powders
thtafleiooon, several abortive attempts an the Mautanxas canes, which are fid to exceed even G dox. Claret Wine Citron do Plain and Painted French Jaroneta Brown do do d* -
Tract of Land for Sale. Pepper I
arrangement for the continuance of .the debate were the outrages already ommunicated. 2 bUsIard, Oil Smyrna and Malaga Figs do Plain and Embroidered Robe, do Cottonade d*

ntde'W the friHde of the bill It will Le found that Mr. SouU's original instruction THE subscriber offers for sale biSon Down" 4 dot-iis Sweet Oils' Starch, Candies, Dates do Embroidered and Dotted Swiss. do Heavy Super Russia Daek doGentlemen1 $5
whidh be took out, directed him to inform the in Madison County eonsiaUng of shout two ,
o'clock P. 1L, Mr. Richardson 2 LT4agna5ts.ges. Bp rm ad w Candle.I4ermetfrihty ., Ladiea' Collar &C. VesU & ;
At half-past eleven 'Spanish government that under no circumstances thousand acres of as good land as any in Florida AV sealed Lob- London Porter, ,. ,

anlloJnHd 'thai the Nebraskaites% yielded, and moved would the United- States permit the interference of bout two hundred acres are cleared, un.leifeood fence. sters.Clams Halibut Assorted Pickle Rich Embroidered Muslin Collars Rich Black Satin S. B. Vests .- -'- : ,:.'

so aJjournnMut Intense excitement immediately ensue any third, Power in any negotiations, which might There are on the premiw* a good Screw. Gin House and Oysters. Eaglish Walnuts, do do Cbemixetts do do do D. Do do .. i j 4

for arise with regaid to Cuba, and that fich interference I and Gin, with comfortable Negro Cabins. Everything 2 bbls Beef Tongne*, Brazil Nuts.. dd do UndersleeTe do do Silk B. B. do -> : i
of Louisiana appealod earnestly
,!. Mr. Hunt would be promptly resisted. Be was also directed to I on the plantation is offered-six Mules stock of 2 do Fulton Market Soft Shell Almonds do do Habits, Collars and Sleeres. \ do ,do do D. B. do .

aa Ijnuninient until M'juday to allow lime for reflection state, in the most unt'qnirocalllmgua e, that the United I Hojs and Cattle with about twenty-three N.groe*,all Beef, Pflbert, do Hiwnton Habits and Sleeves, do Fancy Silk 8. B. do "- 4''

and paci eatil1n. Cullum. of Tennessee, I States would\ n.t allow Cubit to be placed under likely and bealthy. For terms apply to the subscri-. Pickled Salmon, Walnut Catsup, do Maltese do do do do. do D.B. do : *%*. -

\ advocated the proposition. Mr. Richard- the protection vt any other Power than Spain. It \her on the plantation, or through the Stillepica Post i Smoked Salmon, Tomntto Catsup 'do Gimpme do do do Plain White 8-B Vesta, '

Eloquently conciliatory sentiments. Mr could only belong to Spain or the United Stated.Air. Office. J. D. REID. I'I' Roe Ilerrin Soda, Sugar, and Butter do French Lace Habits vud Sleeves, do do do do D. B. do .
rm expressed most Buchanan: and Mr. .M310nVere also instructedto Madison County May 20. 18M. i'O 121 3t t 1I1L bbls.! Northern Crackers do English do do do do j Fancy do do S. B. do ; 4e

SU-pucns of Gaor'K s\idMr. Hunt could give noCuaraMtf arquaiut'tlie English and French governments with Flour, Dried do Honiton Lace Collars, do do do do D.B do -
I I Apples,
*) f.v the gOld hUh of the fuction opposed to this determination. With regard to the rumors of an I Notice. 30 BbU. St. Louis and Dried Peaches. do Maltese do do do Plaid Linen D. B ,dodo .

liusiaes*, and vent on to denounce with severity the intended apprenticeship scheme, by which the negroes Examination of the Pupils at the Madison Ohio Flour. Nails Candle Wick, do French do dodo do Plain Linen '. .D. R.

Few Yoik call for 11. metio;. Mr. GiJdiugs said. ;' in Cuba were gradually to be emancipated Mr. Soulewas THE\ and Female) Seminaries will take place on I I 10 Bbk Rectified Whia- Pocket Knives, Mourning do do Embroidered 9Bk D.B. do : 4' '

t. instructed to iufortn the government of Spain that the 7th, 8th and 9th of June, during which time there key. Childr n's Shoes, do do. Chemizcttes Gents Plain Linen Coats -. -
that if speaking w.-u ) on
vrJi: vehemence stump go if such a scheme were put in pra tice. it would at ,'i1Il.w a concert and declamation.It 4 Casks Bacon Sides, A small lot of Goods. do do Undersleevec, do Plaid do dodo -

ue vmil'l' tiikea_ liabd In it. and his remarks added once be Ticwed by) the United Stateflas a cause of affordus pleasure announce to the public that I I 2 do do Hams, Dry I do Tal neeiao s Lace Uudersleeves, Russia ._ do-_" .

greutlv! t-. tie excitement :.lr. Sfward, of GeorgiaiteJ war Mr. W1L1C CALL. of Tal1l1b: ''. has consented to which will be do do uo collars. Boys Fancy UaneiUasYetta r '"
sold
an adjournment until Monday to which Mi j I The instructions sent in consequence r>f the Black I address the Schools on Friday, the Sth. vhich will ]i, in All the of city, for the Cash. aa low as any otherilouse do Linen Cambric Habit aud Sleeves. do Plain do do : '. I 't'-J:".
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Warrior atTnir, repeat: the instructions first sent and visit Madison Mr. Call i' ,
CampJeU..6COLio, protested( with great ercttementofr I direct Mr. Soule to demand damages not only for that' doubtless of fim cause talent many to The friends of ,education as 1 st door South of the store of G. a man gen- '
and said licit: lie would' resist the motion to 1 1..utrtge. but also for all accumulated outrages of the orally arc invited to attend. also adjoining the store of S. S. Knight. Rich Straw Cord Bonnets Palmetto Hats, ::4't s .
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t'je' bitter eu,1. Mr. EJ-tundsin of Virginia, then ad last twenty years-in fact, damages for all the tw. III| JAS. L. M05ELEY, PrincipalMay Will altlO called sell at Auction any property desired to be do Belgrade lo Panama doCampeachy .' .l' .
rummunicated to C-'U rtss. III addition Mr. Soule sold, when up in. either io town or country. do SaragoBW [dodo Eats : :" 11'1.[..
Mr. Campliell, attempting to tlirow off 20, 165-1. 20 2t Sole and Saturdavs. .' ".,$4 ;
n:1;ed1p"ln wns to insist upon the Captain General being clothed ---. ._- days Mondays French Lace do Texas Campeeaby Hats ., ; ;
lis eoat and fiercely -ll1r..d that be. would have the with power to settle any future differences which i $100 REWARD. JOHN iL RHODES. do do lo and Satin Straw Bonnets French LegUoro do .. ,'i.t .Jt .i '
etnod E' the con- arise without his Auctioneer and Comrnittion MelcJ. nC. Rutland Straw do 1'i,1.: t. '
Tiffc ''. Mr. Campbell prejmreJ} r might refcn ing the matter to gov- do Bonnets English do ..
met lrftt'1 mea 'of Order" "Serjiut at Arms/ ei unient.The PROCLAMATION BY JAMES E. BSOOME, GOTEKXOR April 15k 185-t 15 do Florence Braid do English Straw cb'i'o. i

deipatch s received from Mr. Soule announce OF THE STATE OK FLORIDA. I- do English Straw L.do Boys Palmetto do t
all the\ Uon <:0'Ai (o, Col. DAVID WILSON -
e. '
nr (rum partof I that Le h" complied: with hid instructions; but we it )has bACH made known to Misses Straw Cord d& do Campeachy do ?rt)#_; -

Kin )!r. Itt') ia. and! many raore.Jnterfered, an! fomv are A'iiied to believe that no satisfactory result was \\1IflEAc Y STEPHENS chanred I mAE S p1ea.IIUt in calling the attention of his (- do Belgrade dodo do Leghorn do 'a' .

seized Edranndijon and .>uie Campbell. The Sfrgear''anticipated W (he date of his last derpatcbcs. As he with the murder of JOHN STEWART't Jtonicrs and the public to the choice and extensive Straw Cord and Satin Straw Bonaeta do Pedal Straw da i2t" jdo l
was not fructeJ t<, demand the n-fall of the Cap French Lace Bonnets, Men Jloleskb Nato v'd''-
at Arm railed forward:: with Lis aiace, *{* a bun- absconded, and is a fugitive from justice assortment ofSPRING Super '

I Vic-i exchioiin "Order," Fig out of doors," tain-General uud makes u, n.cnti..n of haviiigdtie so, j JVW, thtrrfarr, I. JAMES E. Bftf' ME, Governor ofthe AND SUMMER GOODS Rich Artificial Spngs. do Golden Beaver dodo . tt-s ".l
c r; v : the rumors t') that effect ure ubtlesti erroneous.j State of Florida, by virtue of tins nOClfoo do do Rose Buds Silver do do ; 'fJ :

:. EirjunJu. wa? with! Irawn by Us friendi. Judge j will b(. seen from this tl1:1tur relations with : in me !by law. do hereby t-ffer a reward authority(.f one hundred -J which be has just received by all the recent arrivals do do Roses Miesea' Riding Flat. : '"I. .

Dou;\la: was iti tilt tai 1.st of tie fray.- At length, after j Spiin are in a llD\t ciiti'atl 1 po iUon. Our Government dollars f-rthe apprehcncion o f -said Stephens. and is now opening (or inspection. In the disposal do Orange Flower.Wreaths, do Bloomers, :l'i+. .
cala the adjourn- t has taken siu-h a derided l etan.L that it cannot safe the Sheriff I whereof he pledges himself not to be undersold upon do Inside Bunches of Buds do French Lace Flat. 4 -
the resterati'in: of cooperative I and his delivery to of Uillaborougli .
it'MjJe a single stop with honor. On llw tufnt was wri-, rrith wild thout Damping and it i l l..okinat the cliareri County. 1 Among the above, be found a and ."
< scarcely prnlMl, : prominent may very rare .
Mti.-Suid Stephens i U about S feet 8 inches high., Gloves Gents'Glovea. ; .t
raj'}.h.5 of de k'. Mr/KJirnad-on, LaJ previouslyTiiry ''<.! tle8 I f the Spanish people, that such sweeping of dark complexion, black hair and choice selection ofLadies / ...\ .-- ."
I eyes. I
rri.ra Jiffi&illt.ritb Mr. "WeBtsrortli, who was (]f-u.auart will be agrieed t.>. One tl.iuj io ccrtaiu, uuj Fine Dress Goods Alexander's Ed Gloves Alexsoder' KU Glon- .1; .
j lc91 Spain| give the necessary enUVfactiuu without de- Witness my hand and l the Great Seal cfr do Silk do do Silk do f '
(t
...ceJ retire from the ILLTrhut t rons'utiug in part of ,
tr
) f -I of the Statu of Fl.,i.I". Done at the Kid dado \o..t ,
iav, war must ensue. Eadjeawt Ed Gloves Badjeaux +
s x A L .j Brocade Silks Berage Robes.Solid Curd ,.
tile cont.*t of thirty-five hours and a L Capit..1. ;inh., Citvof1'd1ait.eseetLj 1* 4-4 Black Silk aud do Silk do do -TSilkBddioeaox _' : 't
17th day of,! J). Figured
A.
lalC thp .njuet of Speaker l Boyd i h i-aid to have IM Washington titansWAiinsoT- n. 1854. Fancy SiLks Robes-White Freoeli Bndeniiiux Kid do Kid do i to- '.
JAMES E. '
BROOM
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a i ulrabl,iud previous'to the hit affray, excellent 'x. Miy 11. Governor of Florida. Crape de PurisWorked, do SilkBeaudhTs dodo do. SilkBeaudiiTs do If ; .- ;
Oi>n"ral] Gad'] dou \\"i1Iltt.o 1..rdtlJigllt fi Cluiil, .- Berag 9new and splendid Bemge Maises Kid Kid dado "-'f ;
vallcJ.: -F. L.
>dOi ArrEsT YiLLrpisfc. 1. '
"humorpre : '
g' ton. ami J,*}>\t for M-xi.. o-j board the Fultun, \iitL: | stvlei). Figured Challies do Silk do do Silk J'- I.
Satur3iy at non le! Hons re 1I fmWed, andTf'.vT 1 Sccfetarv of State. Go's. Kid Gloves. Gerr&is Co's. Kid Gloves ':i.. .'J
the Sonatc' of tLe Mexiruu | SMn'l] ; Curd Tan Brown ) Gervau -
j l'r''c.t treaty. j Clialley Beragea,
[ May 20. 1 B:t. 2'') St do Silk do ". .7.t: J.,
the reading the jn'j-ml 5t; vhtch tw &-''! '- .. I Drabs, Stetle. Greeu Printed Lawns, do Silk do .

Ji'lUl were nuJu, ir. WaL.uri; zuovd! :1 cz.1 l t,1 11 W'SIll GTO May 1:. i' J Sontiuel 1, Tampa Herald and Ancient City Pink, Blue BLKk and Tissues of different styles, Ladies' Super Silk Mitts, Gents Serer Lined Berlin G1nY'o1.t f r: ..

Y':'"' A oal! f.>r a rnpctinglij" manrproniiwi'iit Citll"U! of I i publish 3 tim( t White Berates Mu lius of all kinds, to, do do Gloves half fingered. Norway ,
ievr luik, iiat (.<-u uja'uiotruw niurni'i;. tonsult I' ALSO, a fall assortment of ,
t .
Mr.'Mlltf" njM' J to mIj' urn.Jlr. Notice. I Buckskin Glove
sad Misses' do do do do do .
Laces Hats and
> wii.it iltfeal the\ Kmbroidrries .carI ,
; n..urcs were n ie !i irv to
:
CiirjiVel; ,no'rcdJit when the IIoue 5jouru) .N"fi.ral 1 .i bill;! uui to urge up..n Nortl/trn Rcprvdtutatlves 'I SIX weeks after date, I will apply to the Honor\- ( and Trimmings, Boots and Shoes, Misses' da Long do do' doA > do Beaver do .... J.'f".. .
D. W. of Pro'iate for Leon Silk half fingered dodo Super Antwerp Glores, '
Judge Gloves
Gwynu. Long Super :
rar.o sud Fans Wood and Willow Ware. .
; tha a-J of ,
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tl'y a Ijjuni t-j tr- (U Tuesiay next; uu which lit : 'ou aa extreme c mac.HALTIMOBE 2 dQ l.
; Cotton
I, C"uutf..r )letters of administration on the estate of Uln\"f'll..e ic Hardware and i Ladies'ooay Gauntlets. iolP"1

d -muled tLcyerw: and naya, wlac'u brtag 'rdcred, it May 12. '' Mary A. Bczeau, deceased l, bite of 'ii,1 i I Count :i Ladies Gaitrrs, Hollow Ware and Cutlery Iron, I Together with great variety of other articles such as Embroidered Handkeicljicfs t" Plain Corded Border ; '%

C ao nit Hjjreed to yeas o2, nave 118. Flour Iud '. J. PEI KniS. I This and P.uekins. &e. Groceries, Ac, grain oo-itinue unchanged in ]Iialtimi, May O, 1851. 2'J 6t Silk and Cotton and M'w Cotton Ladies Brown ; .
ilr IJjut med to adjourn until jnJay. to allow under the f advices Canads.CON. Gents Dress Goods, i Ilamlkercl.Uffo, Ladies and Gents Hosiery.Boys as do. J. .
irvigu j
per I And all other articles required by the country or lOud Bleach Linen H!,G nto Brown end Bleached Linea Half-Hose. Ladies and Gents Undernt".ta d4 ; :
't'WII"1: ; v ,uffi'.itt time to arree upon terms to Notice. I I, Shirt aDd Rea -lade j4. .;
Made Linen Shirtaand Collars Gents
town resident. lu fine our stock consists rather in the I dies Morning Cape Gents Ready Boys Clothing .F
TI .rS 'Lev w >td] 1 1"001'f'ft.:1P. a ;.tt'"ncnt.. : r"JIP1'/OS, every hciihknows is mouths after the (late of this notice, I shall substantial realities,than in pufE and outward ap--! of every variety and Stvle Bonnet Cap, Satin and Lotestring Ribbons in every Color, Fjl'LmgTackle of every PtiJ" .:"" _. t tI

A '.; .'?" e-rcfuitui.. U.< l.u-" i'sik: I rdj'urnedrijiu a 11 i:t'-rir:!* d 1 ba"c. It commences and pr > re?'e wjtisiJuoutly > SIX ke application to the Judge) of Probate of Madison ]I learanoos, I description, Lad's.1-'oldiog, Feather,diinese and Palm Leaf Fans, Ladies aad Misses Parasols, Lace and ,.!; :

u1 r tI13. '. aar c X1tni-c Laing Lt'n i that l)'.-fot'.one is aware of it, the lunj b County. honda, for my discharge as April 15, !: ,". 15 D. WILSON.. Applique Scarfs, Mantillas and {Talmas, Greoianette Shawls, White Embroidered Silk Mantles Scarfe and i reJ 1
are u ma"s of lulcfi t, th n sudden exv| !ure -hange tor of John Coleman deceased. IIdlDiOiitra-1 Talmas, together with a large and complete stock of Hoaxekeeping Goods,of every description; all which 4'" '

: eei {r'1J lif-at to cal-il. pro'lu'-eu' an iirflamation, mid in a VANS HA I> Look out for the Engine. we offer at very reduced prices. Call and eauciae for yourselves. I't ; -
.------- few dave or weeks, it is eaid he or she} died of hasty I 132m TIIOS.II. CRICHLOW k
.' cO SlJ l'TJOX. For all troubled with cough or May 20, 1854. 20 6m TilE subscriber ]has for sale a fine ENGINE esti- I April 1, IS84. _ S _ _, RQUililiS._ _- ;&.!. ,
tit' iSJt,1JV 13. -
finn U'u'A//tnptun with .J't-.y
lan/ complaint! we w.,uld refer to the atl.ertiSf-mt nt NEW YORK. at eighty-five horse jwwer. together Fire and Marine Insurance i In the State of ;:f.. ;.
GANG OF and of best Circular *
Tic Nebraska Question.T the olt..iJI' of this of J ulh..n'. Chemical Extract one SAWS one Page's -
on pajx-r Situated in the district of lands subject to sale atSparta. r '
of" Cherry and Lungwort," which IR aid tti l.- at'ertain BREWER & CALDWELL, Saws, Shaftings, Pulleys. tc, tc, for Grist Mill, rpHE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company, bay .1 t. f.
R'Tietpalnf t'tt Wjiof' Lrtti,t it'V ItrrzAs lut tw' and almost anY other kind of ,I.lchilierv. Address X lug established un Agency in this City, will f ". "
for this awful di Also Turkne
soon n* the jojnml WA*re*.l, this ni<>rniig. in the Balm euro! tie !cllIe. AZOI'II SUCCESSORS TO CENTER i CO, him at TI 1h'sll"t'. T. B. CilAIRES.CTT take Fire and Marine risks on the most favorable Forth of the base line *nd Eatt oftheprinciyalss. !". :jj. .
fur iill diseases of the
Hiue, the f wees (<>wlu.1.U'I led by Ma W General Sum. hair. great remedy GENERA COMM ISSION WERCHAXTS TIle Marianna WLLr and Albany (nIL) Patriot terms. Apply to THO. J. PERKINS Agent ,ridian touthem survey. ;.r. ; '- "

'n "., Uq.r tbe .Iirf'di.m (fLieutk-tUu ( t'IH'rlll Grf'c1..-, I, ,-will please copy until ordered out, and' send bills i April 15. 1854. 15 Cm Townships 1 and 2 of range 7. ri!;; .
r-o j-niifced; tLwr system of tactic ,1.erl'in, ht least : y(. 20, OLD KLIP. to advertiser. Townsbipeland3ofrarige8.. :"

wpm the first vote by yea* an J nnyn.thet' T, uud themselves Dr. .H'Lanc's: Liver Pills In New Tor1.t *. May',3,1854. 19 ly April }:, ]851. 16Drf. A. II. WILSON, Townships 1,2 3, 4 and & of ranges 9, 10, 11 and It.Towships r.' ii' ;.

wit jitut\ the c untmance of mob* of ttie Xorthni ?" Th3 fame of this invaluable\ medicine has 4 and 5 of range 13. : \"'
cxat..d RETAIL DRUGGIST :
WHOLESALE AMD .
Democrat who bad Iwcu artjir with th >m tip to Notice. T. B. LAMAR ;. "
I' with surprisingrapi-iity, only to he ucc&iuitU.dr4I In the district of hinds subject to sale at Cahauba j"f. .'
the .1.5.-
adjournment laet night at midnight. The Litter the ground.fi:t rreat merit. One trial alon i ii"lffi. A LL |' thu I Forth the batf line and Eat tht :
carried the
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out implied plilg, on their of of principal asa- :
tinier which the enti-J p&rt deut to c-btaUieli its title ftI\ the only specific for LiverC"mijl.aiA. .L:\of riedcrick R. Green, deceased, late of Leon be found at the former rewdence of Dr. j just received a very large and fresh stock of rtdianiouiiern .
ment. insjurity cou to an adjourn The follow i lug,from new Yoik druggi"t i County must present them to tile undersigned within Jatfes Hunter, on the Thonuuville road, eight miles HAS riow French and English Drags* Med- 'untey.1t* .t ; :'

The' ProlaWe Co'trr*.-M half pant one to-day :zivea; \idenc (.f the h'mli .stlnuitinn in MLich these the time prescribed\ law,or thi uatice will be from ,Ta1LJlIu., .' tel usc*, Chemicals. Perfumery. DyeStuff Township 6 of range 10. ISt ) }

It wsu un'>r t'ioj in the Hall that Mr. Rirhard"tiwould '. 1'ills are L ild in that section cf country :_ pleaded in bar of their recovery; arid I all I persons iudebtedjare January :8, 1851. 6m* *, Palais and Fancy Articles. Townships 6.7 and 8 of range II :,1t (
llrxuirK LANK. LiviuMnu make inim Townships 6, 7, 8, 9. 10 and 2% of range IS. : ..
to
tWO move an &nruu>-ut, to rtiablo th< Co, N. Y. requested pavment "diateh. stock being selected by myselfwill be war
Da. My Townships 7 8, 9,10, 11, 21 and 22 of 13--
M'LAXE ,
Dear Notice. : t-
rain ,rity to CJUsalt! all Mr. Hunt dired l : riving notice : Sir-I have holdout nil you II. T. BLOCKER Copartnership ranted u represented. Physicians can rely on getting range .,u .
at the f am
lay the majority wui..d: coaseut fcu f:,J ther delays di.itev.! These Pill se'-ni to take most wondi-rfullv May 13,1854. 6w 19 _L in tLeWHOLESALE !uch articles as are genuine. SELECT POWDERSwill 14. t1-; .
Ihatend.IVimi. J could have sold) much largenr nuantitv.. if I ha
: the faluti.t.iitt ttftJtt Union fiavf Already !. been prw ided with them. Tlie inhabitants, are sending I Land for Sale. AND RETAILBuSD.TESS Having made arrangements ith the best Drug 22 of range 15. Jrj1-; 1

.ACcoInVis.ld-ThKi have rendered nil -oppositii : to Rochester for them, but wlther there are any T WILL 811 my plantation on terms that are r asl :: : : Houses in New York for select articles, I feel tio hesitation Townships 9, 10, 11. 12. 13. 14,15, 16,17.18,19.20. ; 1; !
there I do knew. and of '
or nut not Piease siud : 21 22 16. j
Nebraska me aiothersUpply range
'u v> the llill odioua. been ouuble and the the same. "
liming car accointnodaiing to pinrhaser. It UNBER TilE NAME AND STYLE OF in warranting
rieJ on, OB the rurt of must of the leaJcrs. under the : ;immediately. lies in Jefferson County, -13. eighteen mites J-aat t of Also a splendid assortment of SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS TownaHps 10. 11, 12. 13, 14, IS, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, f (f,,;" n

advice ofilew&. Sumnt-r and Gr eley, assuredly for r. SHORT. Jtniyyist.For ; Tall.il.aMee, in the nci htjorhood! (),f \\-tUk -tlr.h. It BARNARD & MAXWELL. BOOKS, PAPER and FANCY AR- and 21 of range 17. !Q 5 5IlM

Ue purpose of Jefeating; all legrieLilvm of Cougrei". ale at all the Dru? Stores in Tnllaliasiitc, and iceli unless ilie at one Aijcucy in every Town in the South. and- and the old stand of E. BiunardjJr : fond of good glass of SODA 18. i
ronjority will submit to be rnled bv the *.ixty litres cleared. Laud luiyer oim- and Ice patrons at Ladies and others a range ; : X
min.xity, it will: stiuk M the nostrils of the people everywhere. May, 29, 1854. 19 2w for >ourwlvei.. ANDERSON PEELER. fci<;ri of the Mortar, corner of Monroe will find at the above Store, as soon as the good Townships 14, IS. 16 and 17 of range 19. .

: May 6, ISM. 18 tf and Clinton streeU where they will keep Daniel receives his supply of the cold stuff. Townsbipl7ofringe2o. .. !

.It h' killed politically all Southern men wlio will : general assortment of articles appertainingto April 15. 1854. 1 5 In the district of hwda subject to sale at Tucalo !

fiaJly army: themselves against the bill io a cmtt.t':: s ip Drws. Notice. their Jaw of business and solicit the patronage of North of the ban line andEatt of principal aw iliti;
aed aTftiu tie South under the friend and the SPRING & SUMMER i
OeneraUhip'ciMesrint. ( FVURIXG my absence from the State, my lIOn, their public.E. FASHIONABLE ri *., sotttforn tisney.. tl'
Sumncr and Greely, and such a contest as it POnT OF ST. .YAnKS.AUm'ED. Green B' Byrd at the Store of James Kirksev, BARNARD Ja, AND CASSIMERES.I '
MAXWELL CLOTHS Townships 23 and 24 of 11 and 12.
ranges
sinoe G. TROUP
waa Thursday noon to last iiirLt. nt uiidnight.It Esq., in Tallahassee, is my duly authorized '
has dune tlo the agent 1 1 854. S an extensive assortment of Townships 23 and 24 of ranges 13 and 14. 1
fi-r South, which the IatU could BENJAMIN February ((4,) AM now receiving .
uotnec nrpli h for itself over the quel\ That is, Mny 13. U. S. Surveying Schr. Franklin in charge May 6, er.. 48 1IYKD. Cloths, Caasimeres. Vestings Drap d'Ete, White, Township 23 of range 15 : : .

itbu stvused her Eons as one man to bland earnest I v and (II Pot. 37 days from Norfolk. The Franklin belongs et SKV-LICHT. D1GUERREAN GALLERY, Brown ail Fancy Linens, White and Figured Marseilles South oftkebafiliM and West of lAs principal t rl j

ardeo in support| of her Representatives without ti -the party of Messrs. Wile & om"y who havein Notice. OVER BAENAKD'S DBCO STOJJE.r all of which I am prepared make up on short meridian, nor I hern ttrrvey. aJ-. )

'tlutJDctioo OIf |*rty, who were remstinc revolutionary charge the survey of the Ocilla River and St. Andrews notice, in the muat fcabtvnaLlo styles and oa rcaeo *- Townships 15, 18. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 2! of riDge fi1 .. .
tn asur.s essayed avowedly and only\ by way of strik. Da)'. i SIX months after date 1 shall present my final ac- THE;subscribers respectfully announce to the LaJ. ble terma.ALSO- one.Townships. '

ing a blow at 1 her. CLEARED. and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of dies and gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicinitythat LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. 21 and 22 of rang J .1
Vf e wiU bear no more after!! the rad ef the I Madison County, as adminiatralor of Lucy fi"berta their Gallery is open daily for the reception of A two.Townships. "I' .
present May 10. Scbr. Wild Pigeon O'Leary, for New Or and ask to be Miniatuies taken cf all READY-MADE CLOTHING ,
CoogrMS of any gcalUman from the South as 11 pub Leauit with 2b bales cotton, 2 cases todacoe, 20 boxes discharged from my adniiniitratorship: visitors Sundays excepted. 15, 18. 17, 18. 19, 20, 21 and K of_range. ,.jl
lie ftIIIl .00 c-muaues standing "l"uWer\ to shoulder JAMES ItOnEHT Adm'r. sizes and styles of Ihe art. Ladies and gentlemen are Consisting in [rpart of Cashmarette Frock and Sack three.Townships.
with ). CamV pl\ uf Oino; Wentvrorth books, 3 bbl. sugar, &2 bbls. rosin oil au-1 varnicb, : May 6, 1854. 18 and examine their specimens. Colored Frock .and Sack Coats, Tweed
f invited to Fancy
o in.IHvW. 6m Coats 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 and 22 of
,
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of It 14 Gerritt Smith of .. Y, and Gi'lding 270 d... roH u. 49 do. tot 226 do. spirits turpentine.| I I N. B. Instructiciw given i.i the art, and all kinds ofDnguerr.au SacU! Drap d'Ete Frock, Sack and Business Coats, four. rang i: BrIt:
of Obio; throu hnut the Lalsnne of this eonU 1\ May 13. Dark R. H. Gamble Ilormcr. XfW Ymk, Taxssessor's materials for IAle. Sack and Business Coats White Brown and 1. l
t. Last
who doubts: tLi. fact, know hole iudeed cf the' Uc to Siuallwood, Anderson tt Co, with 714 bale cotton, Nolicc.A KUHNS & BAILEY. I AlDacca Lawn Coats Black Drap d'Ete and Summer In the district of lands subject to sale at fftmtniU :
.eoi i Fancy fl'"
pie of the Southern SUtes.Tt ( 3 boxes and 2 trunks. ; LL:pen-ons. who_have not given: in tll Taxes, for February 11, 18C4. 6 ly CaMfmere Pants, White and Fancy Linen Pants, South tht J,- Hug and..Wttt.tf tht principal lJr1 ,-: .
Exict TeIJn-We learn on tlte IN PORT. ----- uicmerivrB I' *ji t'lit lot Marseilles Vests and Phuo "
aveuue. that others, will please; attend White and Fancy Fancy meridian,fvrthem survey. 1
the terms OQ which the majority agreed to adjourn I ntig. ..G. Anderson Delano; Suwnnnee, Monroe; to the) same immediately, us the Tax Books will MONTICELLO HOTEL. Silk Vests Shirts":Collars,CraTaU Undershirts.Draw- Township 14 of range 1. llJ.t
last eight, were as f.lkiws, viz; Some of the Selir. \ be closed ou the first k y of j All JOHN PRATORIUS. ; iio 1'
: Northern l.nur, Craus U. S. une. Taxes out Hosiery.ic.
nchr. Franklin Olore'
ren and
; Surveying dosed his Hotel era Townships 7. 8. 9,10. 1 1, 12, 13 14 of range J. -11)
of the bill dered by that time will be doulle taxrd. NEWMAN having 14 ti \
Seymour opponent and Ldgertno, audofit.sS4ulIIernojsncuts.represented by Meson. I can he found at the Drug Store of Mesws Bar @CAPT.:; the subscriber having purchased andtiued April 8.1854. Townships 1, 2, 3. 4. 0. 6, 7. 8, '9, 10, 11. 13,-II and '

r'pre .eoted by ). Hunt, iaimatiug: that their d i>ire Better Late than e1'er. nard t Maxwell,corner of Clinton and Monroe strata up that large and co.-mocliot181kiek Building [No. 505.] Towuehips2,3,4.1,6and'lofraze6.l4ofrange.34snd5. J .'

was only to sec te the right of free discussion on the L. C. DEMILLY. Tax AMeSSor South of the Court House formerly occupied as a Tavern f pt!:. T,
part ef the mworitv, not to defeat the constitutional ICE ICE May 6, 185418 4t [Sentinel. by Mr.Goodbread. and known then as the Banner Notice of WithdrawaLIN In the District hinds subject total at MontjtmtrgJVorth 1i -- ;

right of the Msfonty to pass the bill,suggested to A CARGO of the genuine stuff is at last on the house, takes this method of informing the public that pursuance of the order of the President of the U of tht bate lint and east of principal. mo- .

friends of tbe measure the propriety <( consenting to ".,. D. LADDGroceries "Laorine's Counterfeit Coin Detecter.*' he h. converted the aid building into a Hotel, and States bearing date the. 8tb instant issued tmtlhern svrvty. .
"aa adjournment, to allow the minority to deteriuiue.atur Newport, May 20, 1854. 50 relJtfWJy IOliciu A abate of public patrooage. No the representations and at the request of the Senators Townships 21 and 22 of range 18. t11nJ'If

WLISLIItt O3. preosely haw long they require fer fT'IIE increasing demand in the South for thij inJ. oroxpeo: wl1 be cared tO'reodertbMecomfort- on and of the delegation io Congress from the Townships! 19, 20 and 21 of rang IT. :

hillier debate. They are understood to have given I Groceries valuable article has induced the manufacturer to able pains who may visit his bouse. The well mon Li.- State of Alabnma.part the. lands within the following described Townships 17,"'18, 19 and 20of raaf .'lS.T "' .I

a tiis'nGaa pWp that if the antislavery opponents t>f FRESH Groceries per Schr. W m. t.I'ettes from establish an agency in Jacksonville for the excluaive ery Stab1e formerly kept by Capt.NewtDJU1are connected : townships situated in the States 01 Alabula I wnships 17, 18 and 19 *f Mngt* 19 and Xa Si

tj10 agree to some settlement which should sale of it with the Hotel: 'E. EBLACKBURN.MotioeUo and Florida slung the routes of the proposed Rad- I Also, on the route of the proposed braacb nHroad .lh fI I

rrr1bt ppoei.1.ioQ SLat they iilllec1 I to be their 15 casks ribbed Sides, With the aid of this be article, "PUriOU8.in (of either I December. 18603: 51jIflCAL roada (ruin .Pensacels, Florida, to Montgomery. Ala.Una. I born Albaoy .to.Montgomefj,by order of tb* .,.
silver .
ofIt d while it did not infringe the 6 ., clean gold or ) may dcteetedjmmediately on com ., and from the last mentioned place via We- President bearing date the'Jlst nWscor '
right in contact with it. NTICE.oL4t
lug I the Tennes-
on Ute bill, afteriuch debate 10 u Shoulders tumpka. ton. Deeatnr and Athens, to JVarth of the Saw lint., E ail fthtprimtipal.
itiduethnt.ai Price bottle f 1 and sent free of
5.IotheT bill1 areik. byzns- 20 barrels Mess Pork, per postage, or '. "- -Wv S* Inc "iU*. withheld from sale or entry, except -ridi. awv .
., they would aid the : three liottles for *255. lee until further order. to- ., I
i J. W.EPPES claims '
4 -
deeisioa upon Ue hdlTht majority au btipginc o 2 tierces- sugar. cured. Hams Address post paid C. E. LAURINE D& IAL F.' ROBERTSON TH.aod associated for valid pre-emption' Township 11 of nag*.$*... '
Tfut Condition 1 smoked Beet Jacksonville MaW kwrted i in wit: : Townshipa 11 aodl2oesmgs2tT.ups

ifthe/eootiouet tacir ofVe .rl'(' 'to Th minority, 70 bbU. superior Flour, May 6, 1854. 18 4t Florida. tllelD"v.$ er b the practice of Medicine offer I In the State of'*.>arD*. -. B, 10, 11 aad.IS of mag 2.TowbapsL10a1.1dl1ofrae.28..
Jiti:- Jo the G prCleDt maa. A re\"o. zo extra Flour their 'a1t1.ua1 services to the pubI.eve' In the district of lands ubjctt We at T HoA : ,
ot'ertlmeot of Ute U oiled State until 8 I leaf Lard. -the St.oreof JIeMn.BettcrDd Thggs.Re.ides liar 'W,' tkt 1.% .t
"fueadallDot"UIQg next wm fad Tobacco. tf..the Smtik of M Ma of. fri tlfml Tu. ,.lO".l1.JI..lI lnap u
oeinl! isbed that they have so. 2 bbds. choice Sugar .1 Dr. Robertson at the.r.n ,,widia*. TOwUIIIpS1II12I1* .24otT.wships .

tnl it will not UomPetfnl.oaproceed .' tLe rnl 20 boxes Cheese, JUST reeeired a large lot of the various brands of EpiscapSi. WM.1. ROBERTSON. Townships 1 ad of range* 28, 2 9. 10. aDd 11. 14. lU..l.h.: '
BPPES.1Uee
to (be of TUuda, lIext, 20 bbls. Whiskey J the Berger Tobacco, which.to the trade will be sole JIg &8-, '4 6m 3. We: 1 of range 8t.Jtorthtfthe -jyog --lIlT. .tie 4Ii .- '
4tOOI.Jdf'&Uoo the Township
that di; una! fr.R1Oh&Z-dPOO's bu.ioCal ad I" zoo bushels Cora, at east and charges. D. C. WILSON. Itae Ze-a'si ,Wttt ef priNt, atlto 1of.'I.[. ._:JXMfc ayrf -
'
the ] debate, rNluU to close 1 box Beef Tongues, April t2, 1t164. IS meridian.Townsblpa 1stx /oI b\t, .t. > -
gensn the
OQ Ntbraaka bill shall have If antI bm imr tandq .e1tJaePf-.rl ".
1 Lemons In tiiv.i half three. "t .
senprevlons3v4so1; : Thai moat be'' cot out 20 bUa MoIoMot At Ac. Specie Specie !II! Specie RtCS Xis.Me., Middlwifor '1Jrokft't' sides S aad 6 of nog* !7.I 4. .Jon -
alt u. ay clhff bmwell I 1'owoshIy13, 1, 4, 5 aad 4 1'1III'I :s, :t, SO, SI -C !IIi -
te(- OI'e'1Inr CU be trlDlae t BERRY A BOWLES. VCR ale liy 8.:8. OIOHT Ioc'.by .>McNAUOHTlORMQND. I j Apr1 11, 11M. .&s4aWA. :
fl'iAinio1 br, ) n.- .
fIr 20,1854. JO J? T&r"U, 18 6 raMare1IsS4! ..10. '' ... .tt:; :.

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AZQR'S TURKISH; BALM .1 :- Becelred, per E. attari.a, : ,
J JAI t'A, \, UhBh '- FRESH' supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES TALLAHASEB, FLORIDA, JLVl Ik Singer's Ptteit Strife*"IUNU p,5,.,

V' ,LAS E ? A Paints, Oils Dye-Stuff ALSOJOO kc,' r fIfIJ Whoie al. and Retail' Dcalnr in ,MCVta% ACTION KWIH6WHICH !
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AND XEDICIRE8. ) sole ban .apred .w
DRUGS
Great RcBady fer...... ., Gout, ': OaDceaSulpbate.ofQnlolnf": S ...-_- ., ma all parts 01 the .o
: TIlE In the Side, Hip. Back limbs and Joints ; Brand. D. H. AMES. Surgical Instruments, err variety' of Sewing art now oOtrcd a&t\e._

: Scrofula King's Evil White Swelling, Hard Tumor, April 22. 1854. 16 PnFUKEu. DyestufR, ,Window Glue Paints, O cash price of ONE HUKDRiD 'DOU.A'J

Stiff Joints, and all fixed pains whatever. Where Manufactured Tobacco, O dear profit rom the 1M of" "m'A ."i. %.
_pI-I this Plaster is applied pain cannot exist Oils Varnishes Putty Patent Medicines $800 to $1000 a year; depending -1IIe 1fD4".
aud Glass Ware,
in of weakness, such as .
been beneficial cases
It has
1 Tooth Pare Wines and Brandiesand done.W
Fine Fine
; Pain and Weakness In the Stomach, Weak Lfinbs Soaps for Medicinal nbto nil,the atUolJw. of lIII.a et -
t 1iEOREA1'TUKIiH Lameness Affection of tbe Lungs in their primary Hair Brushes, purposes, ticolarly to our newly faruud amd.
Articles tl
Paint Brushes Fancy
HEMEDY FOB BALDNESS, .1& It destroys inflammation by pertpiration. Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.He Machine U Sew.with a
Tames L. Boyd, Pickens district South Carolina, : SJJcIe Tba
: ed fcr ZkTlgWttiaf! aad Beautifying the Hair has recently received brigs AM Sawyer and
'v! : : testifies that by its us<_alooe, be was cured of Rheumatism per This instrument* M tafarirabU fao eoatri -
Fresh
in both of his knees,of several standing.The Montauk,a LaKe and supplyofevery variety J perfect in it. operation and
Id A S a Toilet-Article (orbeautifyioraod keepinthehairsoftgosywdnh.a1thyuaditio1t year. of articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and ronlLthat j ft
P. i handed us by a respectable the cf aU
XX i isuoeqoailed. following was will always find at this establishment a full unqualified approval who
, : Ita positive qualities are as follows.1st .-- Physician in'Geofgia:' Physicians of thing needed and on'the most liberal art Sewing by macbin.y. For Eae.' .
't14 It frees the head from dandruff strengthens the MXSHBS.SCOVIL & MEAD-Gents: I have been u- S supply every i&the only-tnacbin*that can mak.t ttA.wG,ail

4 roots, imparts health' and vigor to tho circulation, and sing your Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very extensively -- terms.Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction remain diatioct and beautiful aftr vasto? r

i .., prevents the Air thonging tilor or getting gray.3d .- in my practice for three years past and it guaranteed, with regard both to prices andquality. work and etery sort of leatW S .-
? It causes the hair to curl beautifully wbeu done is with pleasure that I state my belief in their superiority Physicians' prescriptions carefully comPOTA1 kine-Mattnutea' and all Seeing fa -
: b i'' .p in It over night This balm is made from tbe orig; OVta ALL OTHER ARTICLES, With which I Rill : .; B STRENGTH OF SEAM IS, RBQofthisoaebin 'wJ

i inal receipt procured from the original Turkish Hakin acquainted, for the purposes for which they are rec EPPING'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT *' cannot b*> equalled. n. .,

t: ir (J].rai.ilU\) ConstanUdople where it u universally ommended. The Hebrew Plaster, especially, i. an OF BUCHU. pie in ILl conrtrwtion sad much men .u .

use:. Tbe tnrks have always been celebrated for UNIVERSAL PANACEA forlocal pains. I have also found December 24, 1853. 61 aDd operated than any other. S ,_

J' their wonderful skill in compounding the richest perfumes it a most excellent application for Sprains and Bruises. Hereafter we .haUbe prepared to supply a veU.

[ .. : aud all other toilet articles. In Turkey the *romafic It gives universal satisfaction wherever used. DR. JOHN BULL. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c Sewing machineaeh perfect and eoaJpIeUiS

kerbs, cIc. of which this balm is composed, are S.S.OSLIN.M.D. SOMETHINaNEW BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes, kind, at.tbe J now Jc cah pricta.
"I f\\
4 T
known and used for the hair.- Knoxville, Ga.March 4th, 1853. :
altnout universally AND VALUABLE. AUU 100 kegs White Lead,pure;extra .. .. Hence a cote ofbaldneti or thin head of hair it entirely 5 barrels'Linseed style on woodeD box
Oil ..
; ...$
wish but A VOICE FROMGEOROIA.. of the ,>lobe now loq
We the UM
, unknown in that country. one W Th mnct powerful Kutg III 6 Lard Oil 2. Needle and sbuttieniacLin. of '
., : trial to be made of it ; that will do more to convince Read the folhwing tettimonyfrom a Phyiician.GEXTLKMEN n\gn ioprem !o tl. Aui.rie n lUpubHe. Tb. po.erof present
', the crowned heals of Kurop link into Inflfnlflcanc 20 Kegs Zinc Paint, style on iron frame,...|jj|
YOU of ita virtues than all the advertisements that can -Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me when eom pared to this of our iiK1r.... them to 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and i bbla.) Needle and shuttle machine with newly

.. : i be published, and that all may be able to test its virtues -I of pains of which I have suffered for twelve years lners.'s European the I1rhea Kings ontl.employ rich the and power lordly, and la to red ce 2 barrels Rectified'Wlude Oil, invented feed Ol1andchftked.priog. .{]>}
it is put up in Larg JSottle* at the low price of this I labored under'an afflictionof ,the snit dependeot. threaded
past During period to marer nIa.ry and 1.grsd&don poor 2 Train Oil, 1 bbL Copal Varnish, Single, machinea fur linen and
SO cpuU per bottle. Remember the genuine has the my loins and side, and tried many remedies that Oar ATh.TIC mlllten* Jor and roefortb humble with cabin.qul toady wilnagne. aUke- Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retaiL A general other%bt njwing..;... $125
..
signature cf Comstock & Brother"*' on the splendid my own medical experience suggested, but without to. to wT5lSl.f? sad Ito otter-1=1* aDd happiMei to assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters' 6. do. threaded machines fcr jewing bag*,

', wrapper. obtaining relief.: At length I used your Plaster, and the lofty aDd lowly,the rich sad the poor.Dll. materials. D. U.AMES. ( 1 sacks and carpetbags,.............1123
FOR THE MARRIED.-"BE TK mnrrrL AND am now t>y its good effects entirely cured. I will recommend JOHN BULL'S December 24. 1853. 61 \J 8. do. threaded jnachiDca forabo work

t 4 :' Kn.nl'u.-Is a command that should be cheerfully the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all and leather stitching...,.fig 1
:, ; ts .' .obeyed bv the children of meu. DR. LARZETTE'S who arc suffering from contraction of the muscles, or mi AioiiEii! me& 0 of' mil! Wines, Syrups, &c. 7. do. threaded machine with apparatustobladuiattrssses&c.i

JUNO CORDIAL, or Procreative Elixir, prescribed permanent pains in the side or back. 11. S
or TBS WORLD, sod the r.atest
1 e ; ;, t as ao effectual reatoratire in c.aveufdebt1lty, irnpo The people of Georgia have but to become acquainted Ii blMflnr the Terra ever offend WoiiDsa to amite humanity; to t&e".r- OL Otard Brandy Fresh Dates 8. do.threaded machine of extra sue M-

: teney, or barrenness, and all irregularities of nature. with its virtues when they will resort to its use. inc million, tb** My, relief l I at your com- Port, Claret quilting coat linings,..........,$14
.. It is all that it professes to be, viz : Nature's great Yours truly, M. W. WALKER, M. D, i.n.i. You haY only sod to UM will thy not mac nnndy. All Madeira Old Port Juice 9. do. threaded'machine of larftr size for

!: mtorativp and remedy for those in the married state Forsythe. Monroe County Ga. Balm tboM,who dc.err.still not tulfer the, pity of their flle.tbe pr.r Sherry, Sparkling Cider, quilting extra sized linings,.'1rQ

.43 P without ofbpring. It H a certain cure for seminal cmiuion To Messrs.Scovil t Mead, New Orleans, La. Thy wonderful medicine, during tl brf per line London Porter Scotch Ale, 10. do.threaded machines adapted to lap

i .. : "h' ,general debility,gleet.weakness of the genital Iti Introduction and mado, bu curled life a ebarin LkpplnrM to.many t who heN of Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, T) learning coat .keTet..i"e..llQ ;

organs, nervous affections, leuoorrboea or whites. As JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER ix N. C tbold 11 only as a poful and alterable ul.c bert Raspberry Syrup, Sardines, .5J ,I Embroidering Machine mating aa ornamental -
; :: an invigorating medicine it unequalled. Also, a certain MESSRS. SCOVIL & MEAn: I have been troubled for To Ide with nil Inlmeot Embrocation 1'aiaKilleri Strawberry Fresh Lobster, stitch with two threads...9119
indigestion, aDd P.ln Extrton, le millions of glad Lemon" Shad. 1 2. Machine of large size for Sewing
,
1 remedy for incipient consumption with tbe chronic rheumatism for the last twelveyears. prucUim the inerltf of great "American awn
loss of muscnlar energy; physical lassitude, female On tbe 1st of July, 1840, I was to bad that I &lu.I'ain," a preparation : solely of 'rL Ginger" U Salmon, ings and ships sails with fixtures andapparatuscompletefrom.$40OtoI54
'
<
&c. It is warranted to please the bles and rood, produced by enp* own Pine Apple 'I Clams, :
$ :: weakness, debility, could not turn myself in bed, and tbe pain so severe rlcl
of the above complaints, and is of priceless this bounteous 11.W. Gauva Jelly, Preserved Quinces, Machines will be fitted for unusual :
., user in any that I bad not slept a wink for six days. At the LABIS, who are al.,1 competent any pcnuaray .
j value to those without offspring.CAtmox time prescribed the Hebrew of what U and what b i not a'. family m, I. Currant do. Peaches, of work on reasonable terms. The Machines.trt.

V *$}% l lp EXTRA.-Fiud the name of Comstock J Plaster my?'attending and it acted physician like a charm ; tbe pain left me, Judc do us a special if favor by filing the their Kiug iufluenee of faiaa Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, jUJJ7f lfn' curely packed fur transportation to any part of (is I
trial,and eatlnfaetory.exert
'rK-/u-l: Brother on the wrapper and never buy it unless you and I slept more than half of the night and in three in tingle behalf, recommend it, speak well and often of It Flavoring Extracts, Spices, ,I If world and full printed instructions for using and kte Ii
Sstytiw'1. find the above name; as it has been rxtentivrly counterfeited days I was able to ride out. I consider the Hebrew It see that it is uned by their amlct neighbors. Yeast Powders, Pickles. log them in order are furnished with each machine. .
!j. % \ &: .: of late. Avoid the counterfeit as you would Plaster" the best remedy for all sorts of pains now in Ladies&always rbariubUt.tide ad they induce their Corn Starch, Salad Oil, Machine needles. Silk twist on spools-3 cord lbs ,

ij ; $. poison. use. G. W. M'MINN. they suffering will be friends doing to an U act of benevolence really valuable that leilu Ca Olives, Capers, thread Ae,always on hand and for sale at lowest at

Ut: ; j.%:: GEORGE'S HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA Hendersonvill, N. O, Aug. 16, 1850. well be proud of This is a powerful and truly magicalremedy Worcestershire Sauce, Cocoa. prices. Principal Office No. 328 Broadway,N.Y. : 'l
. : For the of those diseases arising for all external diseases,sures, swellings, "r English Mustard, D. H. AMES. B&AVCH O.ncu-i'J South Fourth"- .Fafe. idelpbia.
iVt' Cr EXTRACT cure Jtc. and for many internal afflictions,it is a certain cure, December '
24 1853. 51
, 169 Baltimore
> VIj from! an impure stats of the blood, such as Scrofula, yet It is perfectly )harinlftss., and incapable of producing Street, Baltimore. 47 fit*
}: ..1 < fttubborn ulcers, skin diseases, pimples on'the face, the least injurious effects la the DOt delicate case o 4 over Street Boston. 197 Elm Street.Cincinnati. )
: Beware of Counferfeiti and late Imitation*.} tbe weakest constitution.It FRESH GARDEN SEEDS LM.SEGE1t&co. '
> and 4c As ,
1 I.t female Irrigukrities complaints, a yentra.1 is useless to follow the old and worn-ont :
jjv. : The ,'ilIln future have the signature entirely certificates T March 18, 1354. 11 3m i
tonic and invigorator of/ht system ilisttneqiialtd. C5f genuine system of publishing to the public thousand of GROWTH OF 1853. .
|,i* '* '>' *-> This medicine if* not offered a cure for all diseases J of E. TAYLOR on the steel plate engraved Libel on tbe Of wonders performed By this medicine. It cot .
Sjl- stakes his Batja, Flat Turnip,Cabbage,Beets Ac.,just
bat cents to try It; and Dr. Hull RUT Wakulla Iron Work
Wut merely for tbo<. wising from impure blood.- top of each box. w .enty-1y on the Klug of l'a duiotf all and D.ILAMES. 1 ,
4 :. It is composed of rt'RC HO.VDCRAS SA&aAFARiLLA, combiueJ Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of more than he da.for It December 4. 1853. 51 NEWPORT, FLORIDA.
-.." with other purely vegetable substance of acknowledged this article in in existence. Tbe genuine is sold only We would. ba.you the HbeumatUm or Qom: Establishme is in run

.J-' I: !4:4 efficacy and is manufactured with the by us, and by our agents appointed throughout the these,ou .not like pleasant to drive COIpDioo.,u and soon we I know possible tat, Notice. ruts will be attended now to with promptness opentisa ,AH wi
14, S.4 b4 rfelr" care, every pound of the Sarsaparilla being South-and no pedlar is allowed to till it. Dealers then"oll work done with
all and
W weeks from the date hereof, I will apPlY' to the neatness dispatch.
to the strictest chemical tests, and its genuineness and purchasers generally are cautioned against buv- BOLL'S KINO OF PAIN' SIX *
subjected Alex. McDonald, Judge of Probate of Madison All kinds of work, such as Steam work,Mill",
S..-. ,. ;.-.. A ascertaiobd before being used; and it contains jug of any but our regular r agents, otherwise they will Would Jon be cured almost immediately! of Bowel County, for an order to sell the real estate of Gin Gearing;' Sugar Mill Circular'Saw Machinery
. # times much Pure Honduras Sarsaparilla as be imposed with a worthless Article. D)sentery,Summer Complaint,tbuler. Mor- .
Un as any upon Cmplant Shafting Put Brass
1 ii' acheor James N. Lea deceased of raid County. ; II. Hangers Plough Castings,
Colic, Head Ache, Tooth or any
.I.- other ever off end for tale. Sold also by D. II. Ames, Barnard & Maxwell, Cramp certain. JLL Castings tc. Kettle. of size
piio, the remedy .simple and the cure THOMAS M. ANDERSON, ; a.v: >. Sugar any kept
) : We have endeavored, in George's Honduras Sareaparilla Nash d Co, Tallahassee; W. Rogers
to give to the public a Medicine which can be ; Gco. F. Baltzcll, Maiiauua; Jordan Davidson USE THE Swelling's, Cuts, Burns, April 8, 18M. 14 will Wdone by us.with a particular regard
S: ::. "'; Upended, upon to do f.>r them (in the class of diseases Quincy A. 11. Wilson, Newport; Samuel Pu- Scalds Would, you have,or any your other Sores 1.ounl, hea.eJ, we r.pt part to the strength/and( durability of the work.

: k which it is adapted) all that Medicine can do; and [CBtou, MOliticello.February it, W to Brul Metallic Burial Cases. ( 1 Competent "Wprkmen always in readiness to pot op
,- ,., S oufi lent that we have done so, we leave it to the :5, 18M. 8 eow4m MAGICAL KING OF PAIX. Engines &c.

f: ,.,":' : faod common BEXSE of the people to decidean nrwrrI I WoU you b cured of Scald Head,Stiff Joints, Sore Terms will be liberal,and all work dOLe itrietlj
.:
MARCIIISrS
; : :
,. : r extract of thi rraE nosDca.i9 SAHSATAEILIA and Bll. Throat, :eurla Sore nat, lumbago,Tetter or King cash or accepted orders on some business firm in tksi
:.. ; ? Worm, Bites of rois>uom 10t. ( appe
1' ..:... ...:-.. the many martlets Er.fracta of a uorlhhlets commonSirtipirilla CATHQUCOH Hauls, and all other Sores either dry or rUtOID we II I place. Tallabcscee or Quincy.
f, now sold. Then be not deceived. Re- CELEBRATED say again and gain, TOOK BWIDV is In.J.hu 111.. Liberal prices paid for old Iron Copper and*IkftM.

..;" .,r. ;; '. ort to GEORGE'S HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA FOR TIlE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES. .KING OF PAIN." undersigned keeps constantly i>;i hand can- All letters must be addressed (poet paid) to

1 ::. and you will be rewarded by a quick and easy cure. STANDS Would b cured of King's Evil. Cancer Tumon, TUB sizes of the Patent Metallic 'Burial Cases M. H.POND I CO.
: '\ :,:.. S TO TIlE LADIES.-You who wish a 'beautiful I IT preeminent Eruptions)01 any duoase of the Skin rained by impure mentioned iu the accompanying cert i neat e.J.A.EDMONDSON.. january 21, 18M. $ New Port,fla.
: 'I fur its
J ,
curative I'r.John Bull's Sr *parila !
% then UM lotroal
t.._- ::', fear tkin free from all pimples,blotches, and impud \ ;I'1'' powers in all the blu. King of Pain external! nothmg can b more "
r !: .;,"''. : I ities, we say, abandon tbe use of paints aud mixtures \ '\ ilIjx-' diseases for which it is certain than a speedy and effectual'cure. Manufactured Tobacco.

.Se4.., .,S and pie the genuine ,George's Honduras Sarsaparilla. ', Z recommended, calledFEMUC DB. JOHN BULL'S WASOIXCTOS, April 5th. JUST RECEIVING a further stock of son too
; ;r : :. It beautifies the cotapl xion by removing every particle -- PRINCIPAL OFFICE, MESSRS. FISK J RATMOND, 44 assorted Manufactured Tobacco at Imr
I'
.r' rl, \ -c .,. of morbid or diseased matter from the blood, PLAJNTS.OOM- lirrn CIOM Suur, Oat Doo alLOW MAW, (IK'crLxMr-Wo witnessed the utility of your ornamental prices than it can be bought in any of the largtisrfccta
H N! !rof.l-: making it pure healthy end rigorous, and changing 4.Z.% L001SV1LLK KY. Patent Metallic Burin 1 Case."d to convey North. Traders will do well to examine savb
' j t.- tbe yellow and dark countenance to the bloom and I Of these are Prolap-- the remains of the late lion.John C. Calhoun to 44 1jrz'S before ordering their Spring' stocks. Will rJbrtsA
S
'W1-' :ih freshness of youth. en* Uteri, or Falling rOB SA.LB BT DRUGGISTS&.MERCHANTSTUIWJOII- the Congressional Cemetery, n bich imprewed with 44 samples, with prices attached to any desiring it. 1 .,;
,.
J r, ,t : ,t :. :( This medicine is put up in large bottlesone of wlachc. -J \ Sof the Womb; Fluor, OUT Till UNITED STATKS the belief that it i i8 the best article kmwn to us fur 1 credit to 1st ol April will be given where any aau .r

;; ; ..';:;. .;r- ix riBTcr is egval to six of any other ever made. ; or Whites;Chronic In- D. H. AMES, Agent Tallahaisee. ;ron.!portiug the dead to their final rtotinplace. 44 tity is required. D.'LAUD.

1'." .' tll 4. CACTUM.-Find the name of Comstoek'A Brothers -' flamation and Ulccration -. 2priI2985417 6m With respect we subscribe oureelvee, Yours, :. 44 Newport, January 21. 1854. 3 i:1:

'f.St;. i: oo the wrapper, and you will get the genuing George'shonduras of the Womb; Incidental FI. Clay D.IL Atchison, Jeff. Davis, 44
L' I 'i Sarsapanlla. Hemorrhage, Spring and Summer Lewis Cass, A.b. Greene, W. R.King, 44 Asa May,administrator of RichardB. 1

I'.;,p : All orders must be dire d to COMSTOCK & or Flooding; Painful; C1e D.[ S. Dickinson, Dan. Webster Henry Docge, .Cole and of Caroline Cole and in '
: ; tr : BROTHERS, No. 2 St. Peter's Place, (rear o.f Astor Suppressed, or Irri-'u- 1b.in.g.Now J. M. Mason, J. JL BerrieD, W.P. MlU1 um. his own right find Margaret M.Cole
,: r.:; j: : .. house) New York Price |1, per bottle, or six bottles lar Menstruation, tlc. receiving, at the weir known stan oJ A. B October 1, 1853. 39 tfIn wife of said Asa May. Complainant. Chancery,
t_:. ?;:,- for f 5. with all their accompanying, (Cancer excepted,) -, a tine assortment of vs. in Jefferson

.. :".J" to..r 1r :S r. Sold only- in Tallaliacsee by EDWARD BAR no matter how savers, or of how long etanding. HEADV-IIIADE CLOTHING, lIlt Circuit Court for Maditon County, Middle Burrell McBride,administrator of}County.

Ii....fV.,f.i", :.r, :ib NARD Johnson & Eppes Monticello, E. Seixas The Catbolicon certain less far expensive surpass other and l remedies, iu be- 11l1itl1Ll for Spring and Summer wear, comprising in Circuit of the State of Honda-Spring Term, 1854. Joys Alexander K. Murray Alvin May J 1bdcn. C
ing the
.;f (" ;. Thomasrille, D. J. Dicketwoii, Bainbridge, and by one more in a better condition. Let all leaving interested system mit the following articles: Robert J.Bishop aud Chandler 1| ,, and wife Caroline M.May, and the

"..": I"-.r' man in every town. in such medicine call and obtain persons JJru\vii and .White Navy Drill Frock t Sack Coats, H. Smith, partners, iiiug the |I Attachment. children and heirs of Richard B.Cole
i,"' ,, ,, October 16, 1853. 41Executors' tree) containing a ample proof, fro.n a patnp'ct, Fancy and Wliit Unui Drill d!<" do do name and style of Bishop t i Amount sworn to, and Caroline Cole deceased Defendants.
( highly respectablesource
.t' !' Clouded and White Frwk and Rack Coats Smith. r*. j ?410 25-100 .
: of tbe results of its ,
-, Notice. happy use, with
'Z t :; together and Plain Charles Russell. J affidavit of J. T.' Archer fits
J. letters from first class experienced llll\'firiautl who Striped Giuliani Sack Coats, \T TT appearing by
t. :!t;c4- SIX months after date, to-wit: on Friday the 21st have used it in their practice, and speak] from, their lirk and Col'd Drap d'Eta Sack and Frock Coats, npIIE Defendant and all other persons interested, .1. defendant, Burwell McBride, resides out the Suujf

to. : If *f July next I shall present to the Court of own observations.REFERENCES. do du Summer Cloth do do JL arc required to take notice of tbe commencement Florida it is ordered, that said defendant appear

l;,. ; Probate, for tbe County of Gaduden my account and .-Prof. Dunbar M. D,Baltimore Md. White and Curd Drill l'ants, of this suit, and to appear and plead to the declaration and answer the complainant's Bill CD 0r before tit
: !' t vouchers as Executor of the Estate of Reuben B.Hicks, ; Fancy Marseilles Pants, filed in saidxause. first Monday in August next, otherwise the sane wfl
: ; .; J. C. Orrick. M.D, Baltimore, Md.; P. B. Peckbam, M.
S. H' ,::,ji 1 1'; deceased and apply to the Judge of said Court for afinal D., Utica, N. Y.; D. Y. Footc, M. D, Syracuse N. Y.; Fancy Cab-imcrc do for Summer wear, M. WHIT SMITH, be taken pro confess against him. Provided a copy
i discharge: of which all parties interested will M. H. Mills M. D, Rochester, N. Y.; t. D. Homing, Bl'k Drop d'Eta do do do O. M LEE, of[ this order be published in some newspaper

'Wf. please lake notice. BURWELL B. WILKES M. D, Canandaigua N. Y.; W. W. Reese, M. D., Cityof Fancy and White Marseilles Vests, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Ibhed in the Middle Circuit of Florida for four i mostli
Executor of U. B. Hicks, deceased. New York; W. Prescott M. D, Concord N. H. Lighl Spring Silk Vests. Madison C.H.,March 22,(April 1,) 1854. 3m ; I next preceding the said rule day in August art-
11. 184. 6m. S OEDIKED AT J.WATLES BAKES;
January -
be had
Pamphlets can gratia at the Stores of
drug
; : "
T.5. ;0 t S&""; FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM the following Agents.I A general asorment of Shirts. Collars.Gloves Cravats Notice. March((4tb) 11. 1854. 4m 10 jodgL, ,

: ). H. AMES Tallahassee Hosiery, Drawers, Undershirts aud various other SIX months after date, the undersigned admini t.m- fall .
.
Notice.
lfil; I SCALES PALMER & BROTHER articles too numerous to mention. of the estate of John G. ILiwls, deceased, late

:: :- .. : SAMUEL PULESTON, Monticello do. A full assortment of Cloths. Cansimercs, Vesting, of l a Jsden County. will present her final -count and SIX Months after date, I shall present my final 1'
4 i' ':J LOXO KNOVOf-SEVERELY TESTED ABEL k GRIFFIN which the suWriber is prepared to manufacture to vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said County, and and vouchers to the HoooribU Jndfssl

I ".1T '.. _ -ALWAYS RIGHT, TilE ACK.NOWLEDOED A. R. BREXLEY Apalachi&da.1a. Alligathr.t order"on the shortest notice, in the most approved ask to be discharged. ELIZABETH RAWLa, Probate for Jefferson County, aa executrix of W*
t.t' style, and best possible manner. All la wont of good March 181851. 11 Cm Administratrix.In liam G. Clark, late of said County. deceased aadist
BTANDAED.Agents Letter addressed to Messrs. Beach & Brownson, Clothing call for a dismission from my administration of the-

,,4 (! -New York,FAIRBANKS t Co.89 Water it Agents at Newberry C. H, S. C., by Rev. Rer. C. C2T Orders from the country promptly attendedto the Circuit (Ulmrlf Mtiditon County, Middle I IJlrcuit'1 Estate. EMILY CLARK Executrix,
1- r S. Beard, of sam State. the State t'lui idj Spring Term 1854.
-
tfJ"t. l February 25. 185. 8 Cm_ ,by A. R CLARKE. of Jeffe is on County,November 26, 1853. B".._
5- GLEXX SPRINGS Jan. 9, 1853. March 18, 18M. 11 George Draper and Eleazer"J.

Wanted. Messrs. BEACH
;% j .. DRY HIDES, for which the highest Mar- other bottle of your "Marchibi's Uterine Catholicon." Leon Circuit Court. he name and style of Draper \ Attachment.J HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT. '

t.;9iitL; 5000 ket price will be paid by My wife has been afflicted for eleven years and a variety Elizabeth Holdernes, Adm'x of I Eldridge, Amount sworn to 300,00 .
October 29, 1853. 43 S. S. KNIGHT. of means baa been resorted to for relief,but none James llolderue deceaseJ.T8. In Chancery. vt. $754 78-100. Capital Stock -

:-_ was obtained until I received this medicine from you. }: Bill for pecUc per- Charles RusselL undersigned Agent of.the above CongW
Lime! Lime! Its influence seemed almost magical; there was a I Christopher Strong and Chris- formance. THE defendant and all other persons interested, TIlE j prepared to take risks against Fire w* ?

CASKS fresh lime '.landing per scbr.Magnolia manifest improvement from the day it was taken. tiana Strong. taKe notice of the commencement of this suit, ings and their contents, on the.ost fayorable tsnu,
20(0 i and for sale. As there are a great many females in our country IT appearing by affidavit made in this that and are requested to appear and plead to the Declaration 'Y. H. FLAGG :
caus
laboring under the affliction for which medicine in said 1868. 44
McNAUGHT A ORMOND. your I defendant, Christopher filed cause. Tallahassee November 5, _
Strong, resides of the
? a I feel it to recommend out
S proposes remedy a duty it M. WHIT SMITh
I $2 1t.wportMareh1Il84. 10 Middle Circuit of Florida and in the State of Mususipui -
: 6 to all such. CLOUGH S. BEA RD. JAMES JL BAKER. DR. JOHN P. DUVAI.

Wanted,' J. B.MARCUIBI t Co., Proprietors Ce&tral Depot, :804 It :i* ordered.That the said Christopher do Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Shot T TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. ;
'Broadway, New-York. Strong Madison C. IL March 62, (April 1.) 1854. Sm 13 1 Dox.
HIDES for which the and the bill of
inn A DRY OR SALT January 14, J 854. 2 6m appear answer complaint filed herein tl l#, OFFICE: AT THK COURT HOOTX.
1UUU highest market price will be paid by or the same will be taken for confessed ogaiuet him: -
4Notice
October U. 185*. 41 HEIR RUST. Notice. Provided, That a copy of this ordr be published in LOOKING GLASSES. and January 28, 1854.

some newspaper published in the Middle Circuit of
T)EMOVAL--The old established Looking
months from date the .
Executor of
undersigned
MONROE MOUSE, SIX Florida onee a week fur the space of four m itbs. IX Gln. Ware House of RICHARDS
tast Witi mind Teetameot of J vila bier,deceased, AT CHAMBERS 80th hereby given,that.U sakacnbtr. Ad ;
,
January 1854.
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. late of Leon County,will present his final accounts J. W AYLES Judge' KINGSLAND & Co, is rtmoved from 38 CourtLuidt 13 of the Estate of Thomas J. Heir,late of ***"?
1. j and vouchers to theJudgeuf Probate for Leon BAKER street to 104 CUAMBERS STREEF,(corner of Church,)one elate hereOf.
4Mb: well-known hotel having passed from County, A True Copy-ATTKHT: County deceased;will. six months after
f : JIliL:1'HlS bands of Mr. E. P. Moore, into those of and a k for a discharge. J. 8.ISLER, Executor. HUGH ARCHER JR. Clerk. block from Broadway New York,where will be found, dy. apply to the Hon..Jndg of Probataof UenoI
,
ntuaL assortment of Plaiu and Orna-
as a complete
L the undersigned ; the new proprietor gives notice to January 21,1854. 6m. 3 February 4.18C4. 5 4m mental Looking Glasses,Portrait and Picture Frames County for a discharge from his AdXDintTI1.,
transientS DILWOR
is to entertain V.S.
that be prepared said estate.
the public on
I
; permanent customers with the beet the house affords Administrator's Notice. Bounty Land Warrants tc. &. The trade furnishedwith every variety of too Jefferson County,December 3,1853. 48
work, in composition state,at reduced rates. -
S
and at as reasonable a cost as the times will admit months from date, the undersigned Administrator BOUGHT at the kiO'led price, nod procured February 18, 18M. 7 8m ,
( of. The house u well supplied with servants and S who have s not been Notice.
S : on the estate (Mary Isler, deceased, late of ft1 able It) establish -, Insolvent Estate
comfortable and I
..1 V '. every convenience to make guests Leon County will present bis final account and vouchers their claims. If any have received a Jess .* DENTISTRY. '
tbe proprietor will spare no paint to please those who to the Judge ol Probate for Leon County, aod ask amount than they were entitled to, let me know it.- STATE OF FLORIDA ) '

1. -e t :l< may (favor him with tbeirj.ttcOageAn' excellent for a discharge J. 8. ISLER, Administrator. Having had fourteen years experience in the prosecution ]IR.:: LEWIS gives notice to his Madison County. )f
I. stable adjoins this HoUL C. A. and settling Government and he hits PATTEBSON exofScio admioietratGr.
Jm : very January 21, 1854. 6m. 3 claims I understand patrons that removed JOHN H. ilIII i iin
: Tallahassee, January 7, h84.: 1 tf fully the ways and means of getting through the various his Office to his residence in the b Armstrong, deceased baying this day
1'1 k1
S. Notice. Departments at Washington. I Lave in my building known asjfce Wyatt House," adjoining the : the Probate Offi of said County a wfltteD$ S
,
k Provision Ae. months after date;I ball poMCltlion record evide 1t'e of 236 Florid. 8'1 Ala- dwelling cf Dr.Taylor, where he may bo found at all D D gcstion that he believes said estate to be insol'..1.It

.5 BBLS. and 10 half bbls Whiskey, SIX and vouchers to the Honorable present my final ac- lama, 120 Georgia besides! South Carolina'and Tennessee times prepared to serve those who may need his ser ts thrrtfvre eidirtd That all peTSC0
S) 40 5wksI3..eonsides, Judge of Probate Muster Rolls of persons engaged in the Florida vices. Hi terms will be Cash, or when called (or.. claims against said estate do appeauand fit. ;
of Jefferson
j County, as executor of Paul Ulmer
.,; 2 do. Shoulders late of, said County, deceased, and ask for dismission, War If yon have any Quarter Master, Pension or Any references can be given if necessary.N. in the office aforesaid authenticated in the ..
of
5 L S S 4OBb1LMesPock, and discharge such executor.' JOHN a ULMER. Bounty Land Claim,call fa. No charge, if I obtain' .B. Gold Plate cut to patterns for Dentists and prescribed. bylaw.ou or before the 'fIb'da1

: '-. IOOdo.Ylour. Jefferson County.. Feb. 4, 186, 6 DO money,' C.H.BLOOD. sent by mail at$1.05 eta. dwt 854. AT..-. MCDON.
8 Casks Whiskey, N. B. PeflOOl with uo.l\tled bUlineu connected November 19, 1868. 4ft l Feb.4,1854. 5 6m Judge.

'I 100 Bushels' Corn. Lard. Oil, ctc.t for sale by, Notice. with the late e.tabliabrnoot are also ioited to Bank of Charleston.AQENOT" 1

r rti MoNAUGHT t ORMOND. November 6, 1868 4. 8m, Leon County lion Works.
N p.povtMarchh1,184. 10 THE undersigned having engaged the services of a New Port. Florida. I I1dcNA.UGBT.t
4'f -5---S Tutor for his children is willing to re- Copper, Tin, and Sheet-Iron TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. OIWo 1

-S S Valuable Lands for Male. eel,* eight or ten pupils, (male aDd female,) to board TillS Establishment is now in full operation. All Newport January 14, 1854SALI. t ''

;t. of the lands belonging to the estate of Henry io his famil1 for the term 01 ten months commeoeing MANUF ACTOR! will be attended to with promptness and 5
4 ANY April ilL For fri.r particulars apply to all work done with neatness nnd dispatch.All BItO.1-AW'S' ,
be treated for Sublen -P. :B;
J deceased privately en
., may byapplication fcform Uw catiiSi
4 the Executors. .l'ebroarr. 25. 18" OREEN CHAIRES. of Tal kind of work, such as Steam Work Mill Work, 5- '
of
to ither .THE Mid the .unwmdioff : STIIIDJITAT.t&IIASSEE
LII..Yilt
S eoontry.. that Gin Gearing Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery
MABTHAfGEEExeeutrrx
S. W. BAKER 6 DOW prepared to furoiah '
e8d0Derl Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings Brass
S R.K.OALL, lO. with aU kinds 01 ,
& : .,B. DuPONT, f Ei.eutorn.. ATTORNtY. AT'CAW, line of buaioeIL ware wholesale ADd ntai1 j in .heir I Castings Ac.; also, Sugar Kettles of any size kept S -
band. Au work done la such establishment S -
FeVroaryli; II'" ',7. S ImMHfB6 enti..1 M09TIOELLO JEFFERSON COUNTY TLA. The Subscribers call the attention constantly on an ,apreo ooldin-. ,
; ;
of tl.HE
t. their assortment of Parlor u. mblk to will be done by us,with a particular regardto hi friend*'and th ,
March J 861. Cooking,aDd wooa StoYu the of the '
U
.WASH &,1 CO.# 18. strength durability wosjc.Competent e'bM reboil&
of the |Welt style all trimmed public that
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I. con CIIder, at b readiness '
+ Workmen
always :
Ac. S the lowest market price.' Pleae put up; his S\ables;at %he old.tud "f
largepreuarll Bri4
; S Dealera.I. /. .- Negroes for ,Bale.LIKELY aj aod eDII1 Engines, &e. te his W.aa custO .
: Ww lfcJm.U mA ti pobli is,that maa, rood Turpentine band before purehuing Lead elsewhere.Jspenn.d BrittaoD1&.aocJ- Terms win be liberal and all work done strictly for PT to attach)gam d t. his S&abJ Qdl .BIa -
WOULD
Ware ba.
L Te oo lIMa good assortment. ..f.'WMh 'I Pipe Sheet Zi,3. Sheet Lead; cub, or accepted orders on some business ,firm in thiplace. also, 'helanuw.Jr.orM, 'will b&ve dO0 aU ki1 :r

,.11.s as ars geDII'&lI1 ..." II : .'U 7t&l'lQJcI pJourba 'WtIl tesirig hIouae-work-Roofizig P-8iop work. Fancy of Heads, fo guttera'Gut- Liberal prices, paid for old Iron, Copper and smith 8TOp..be abotWland .C ac-.

., ..,.,.. .opplia 'IWr I Oirl., ,f', JIeId with every deaci dcii. Brass. S S teat njaaner od.dispatch. .f"I"I .
u.ILOINnddeUptcK -
I terms.TsbaNe.APd1.l85L.\all. : Term eash, ot New York-e tafleL' .: AU- letters' matt addressed ( paid) to in the very ,. S
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4- April, II B. B3TIOHT. 'o -' fl Mir* 11, ua 'Slos 4 $oysbor 0, 1851.


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