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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 27, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 IAY 27, 1854. VOLUME VI--\T 21. -,'

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-iii.*. C. WKItAKtItsI Cuba, Peace and War- position give them extraordinary means of! A Scene'in a Northern City ger, the little pleader falls to sleep on his BIT AUTHORITY. .

RESIDENT PHYSICIAN In the House of Representatives on Tuesday information, as to our foreign relations. The -, knees, his head on his mother's hand. I \

TALLAHASSEE FLA. 9th insL, Mr. Ingersoll of Connecticut language they use is therefore unusually impressive who The preach philanthropists and print ?of o a eloquently rforthern and latitude fancifully That mother smiles as she still stares at va LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.- ;{1]
; ites to the citizens of
ti professional
I IIt made an able speech on the subject of our and should fix the attention not southern institutions cancy. 8
OfFERS**'! and vicinity- Office first door East only against ,arrogatingto 0 .! i
Port Oct building, immediately adjoining Dr.rJ4.1854. .. foreign relations and the duty of the United of Congress, but of the whole country.We themselves the highest benevolence and the. The [Public, No.9.] rJf't
t I storm has and the morning
States in thereto. Towards the most practical charity, seem to have no eye passed A JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the ,
\.h respect conclusion do not to examine tke of the I
propose groundof light Sabbath dawns ci-
2 I* upon thegreat officers of the
for the miseries of the destitute at their accounting treasury to adjustthe n.l
Mr I. called Mr. Perkins of Lou- poor
on The church
their expressed conviction that Cuba is ty. bells out the
are pealing
PERRY AMAKER ( under doors. The parallel of the life sketch be- expenses of a board of commissioner*
A. very rjt
isiana, who, as well as himself, is a member the actual and Sabbath melody and gay throngs of people the territorial ; .
sway England France. low, we venture to say, never occurred in a appointed by assembly of :

ATTOBHSY 1TThLLUIASSEE LA1 t of the Committee on Foreign Relations, to and that by reason of such cxtraneot pressure southern city. That it could have existed, even are wending. Here along to shawls the richly which furnishedchurches. Oregon, to prepare a code of laws-Also : ,;tl.Jf

FLA. his views relative to Cuba and whether colder clime where hearts renlh'touchcd are a queen to adjust the of collection and
present it is made the pivot hostile inflnence in a are might envy, and equipages of princely splen expense l. i 0
MIT "1. 85S. 20_ his State approved the opinions recently) against the United States. There is doubtless by scenes of woe, seems almost i im- dor. printing certain laws and archives of the ;' .
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JOHN B. OALBRA1TH We from possible. True charity begins with one's own Territory Oregon. .-.: t 'r-
Mr. Slidell. this Sabbath cold-hearted
expressed by quote Early morning, a
much to be said both Resolved
ATTORNEY AND CO1flELLOR AT LAW, on sides ; and in household is an axiom that cannot too often the by the Senate and Howe of r1 :
land lord the lone for
Tallahassee Florida the Globe's report : the cunning fence of diplomatists will doubt be repealed. True charity will relieve home- goes up stairway the Representatives of the United States of A mer'i..t1i fi .'
of and knocks at
promised pittance rent,
Mr. PEBKINB, of Louisiana. I certainlyhave before it suffers the miseriesof ica in Congress asseinbiejii the accoanting .. :
Jg" Office UJrs in the Capitol immediately less appear many falsehoods, as well ae some want imaginary door, which the reader has already entered. t
up- the officers of the .
no objection to answering questionof lands absorb all treasury be authorized & .
of
the Senate Chamber. [O 9. 40. truths in favor of each and distant to feelings sympathy He" : jt
3jemiug every party to the awaits but a moment and angrily enters the
the from Connecticut far adjust of board
gentleman so as and to close the hand where famine expense a commissioners lj b
D. P. HOLLAND, it is in my power to do so ; but that doe question. But supposing that the positionsof wastes fneenergics of a neighbor. In the No playing' games with me, madam. appointed under An act"of the legislative :: ( ::1
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AJ LAW, not extend much beyond the mere expression these gentlemen are in the main capable midst of oaf abundance it may awaken grateful That money orleCHtD'Je hear woman assembly of Oregon "to create a board of '

Qfllnry, FiwUa, of own belief the point to which he I ruffian was used to scenes ofsuff ring, commissioners to a code of laws for .
my upon of being satisfactorily sustained, there: comes feelings for our blessings to see the far different but he started back the before him.- prepare ;.i .
practice ttte OourU of the Middle Cir. refers. Louisiana has a decided interest in lot of those as good as at one the Territory of Oregon," which passed the (
WILL the consideration-what is we are.
Franklin Counties.OctoWr up practical to be That pale haggard woman-spectre was still
and Jackson and the pObition of Cuba. Scarcely a paper House of Representatives on the eighth day .
23. 1662. 42 tf done seated by the lamp now burned out, the gar. tit-'t
reaches a Representative from that State DF.\TIIl'i THE ATTIC. I January, eighteen hundred and fifty-three $1
WILLIAM SCOTT, which is not ardent in its opinions the The very ground of offence on our side, i is ment and needle in her hand: and that horrible anil thA f.nnnpil nn <.t.. *._lr.L. _r t_____ :..._ .
upon %* v w W.JIU Vfl
I share in the \iews of the Senator Darkness rest like a pall upon tho streets smile upon her features, aud that wild eye gazing -t[ ;eighteen; -'dd a-d three 9 4UJUA-I T al-
ATTORNEY AT LAW, subject that two of the most powerful nations of Europe which are now deserted. The busy throng into fifty ;and to adjustthe ;

MOXT1CELLO, FLA. from other my Powers State in in regard the affairs to the of interferenceof that Mund.\ have assumed a guardianship: of the Island which has swept the thorough fare? until lateat The lamp vacancy.has burned down and died out in said expense legislative l incurred assembly nnder another entitled"act An of the 0 l.? :t ''

-July S0.1SS8._SO_tljar._. If the gentleman's question extends to the, I. of Cuba to our injury, and with the intent night, has ceased to flow, and the great its socket. The lamp of life, too had waned to provide for the collection and publication act fj"f :.'

EJiSKINE & DILVOKTII, \iews of the State ofLouioiana as a Span. to injure us ; that in fact they have identified metropolis no longer throbs its living tide daring that cold, dreary night and a corpsesat of the laws and archives of Oregon which .1-- '

ATTORNEYS AT LAW ish polby, it is my belief, drawn from I ',I themselves with the fortunes of Cuba, through the accustomed arteries. The snow there holding the needle in the emaciated passed the I council{ on the twenty second of .-It;, tt I
t has been fahhingfast for an hour, and the sharp and smiling in death. The boy slept ,;
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fingers
MONTICELLO AND QflXCV.EMicrxr various source?, and as asserted in the mc'ssage because its position makes it a peculiarly favorable Dec-ember, eighteen hundred and fiftytwoand '..
sts sweep round the corner and \vailing the rigid and pulseless form of the &.
t'o QuincyS.. DIMVOKTH, MonticellcHiRTJN I, of our Governor, that although as a nation -I for hostile action gu go against Ihe House of Representativas on the .1 '
point ngainst the down the dim if for 'I-
avenues, as sorrow ing toil-worm, heart-broken, hungered mother
July $. 1 5!. we have been protesting, over and over. twenty- sixth of January eighteen hundred .
i that we would never submit to the transferof United States. It is idle, therefore!) on these human woe. The lamp lights gleam pale-nnd I That day the officer entered the fireless and 1 fifty.three, and that the just and ". "J1'l'...
F. DOST, H. M. LMVJUaO.N sickly out through the storm. The policemen chamber the dead eeamstress. In i proper ; t i
VIDS" i Cuba to any foreign Government, .vet at : premises, to deal with this question of Cuba to remove compensation and expense found to have '. 0
DOBY &. DA or some reveller, and the winds, alone that dark where the woman first .:t "i
was
this moment she ii' for all than issue corner been and
very practical purposes : ns other an not only with Spain reasonably necessarily incurred bo
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'if 1J 0 Jl f SlfS AT LAW tli=tnib the silence that reigns. was the !husband* lie had been ,
under the control Trance and Eng: but with France and Great Britain. It seen, a paid {room the balance of appropriation for .
i is ;
QUlSC, FLORIDA.) land and them used !I Turn downward: where the lepers of want corpse for more than ten days, and she toiling and % fr'
by as an to compensation mileage of the $
in tht Middle, Circuit of FIr.riJa] annoyance idle, after assuming that the members :i. '; '
equally motive
have
practice and vice gathered as if in sJmpatLy.OJ .- to starvation, and watching with
WILL in and to that would escape of! the I I
us a manner an extent legislative assembly, officers clerlca I t'&
in the Eastern C-tuiities of Wed I1oriJL-j *
not be tolerated i if either of them held of the latter powers in taking) Cuba into their I he foul crater is active, for its more deadly shroudless unburied dead. tht:1 and ; ';
contingent
All buiiuess entrusted to their cure'ill leceiveprcnipt oren expenses of the assembly of tr1t-
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atteiiti.t.Irceztbcr. I dimirion of the island. ;I keeping, is hostility! to the United States, to i fumes ascend in darlaiess of the iight.! Down' Tlie two found a home and an endless Oregon," now standing the books of the. ." ;..

24, 1858. II I believe, further, that in my State, or Pot : suppose that they will nllow their schemes to I below the surface of earth, are pits where the in Pot'er's Held! ," and the pinched and r treasury uuexpendcd. .;t. f
ruihVily. and the vile are at their rcl"I .- boy, bread in the alms-house. "
least in my immediate: district; the conviction and I starving Approved May 3 18rJ4. t. '
thwarted their .
: be influence )ba .
to .L
BAKER] : & McIVEK, over There is a faint i.'athlyare{ \ from the dirty ---- *u.. 1.-
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, i is general that Spain:: will never rut volunt-i- : hrown, rther than incur the resentment of I' whitlows! :m i! in spite of the wintry blast an A Walk in the Arctic Eegions- % rPublic -. ,
rily \uih that island ; awl that i if it is ever [ No. I 0.] "M'
TALLAHASSEE QU1XCY, FLOKIDX I sundered from her, U will lie by iuleico. I | the United States. The natural vent of hostile -\ occasional breath of the rum hell reeking be A RESOLUTION ;:1/

"ITT'ILL practice in the Middle and Western Circuits believe that France mti 1 under feeling, or rather hostile policy, is war. I neath. And then there often comes np some Dr. Kane thus sketches a morning's walkin for extending an existingcontract l f ;
'I of FlonJd, atid iu the Cuuti uf DccUur auJ ; England: are .1 I stat tliig ba ha to mingle with the shrieking the regions of ice : for carryingthe mail Alabama.. i?!J :
Thomas, Ga. I I obligation to aid Spain iu puch a contingency It is fair to conclude, therefore, that those! of the wind. Now let us start oat upon a walk, clothedin Resolved by the Senate and House of .h ."

SOLLING BAKER, 1. X. ai'lVEE<|.I and that they in spirit endorse! the sentiment who} sustain this position look to a war with i Here i5 a dark alley, scarce wide enough to well fashioned Arctic costame The thermometer Representatives of the United States of America c,W1i";
of the Spanish statesman: who said :- Fiance and Great Bl tain 111t' I is 25. lower and the wind in Congress assemMed That the .
Tallahavrr. Qurv.I \ Spain : as 'otJ'Ie. adn.it a and running back where no say not }Jostmu- :r. .-
person
Jacuary '. J.S5._ j I,I" Let the island sink into "the ocean, rather quence of jn tggrl.: he movement on than transfer it
I I to America. Such( is the cnteitaiumw.t! : which) fii1m"t"rism 1 the lips for the first minute or two, and admit I i extend the existing: contract for carryingthe 1i
climb! r'
JOSEPH II. DcPOXT, sir I believe 1 ness.. The. foot strikes a ten nnd WP
More, ; that thU feeling upon !has prepared for us. For beyond doubt, to 1 ,, : ; r' The : the air suspiciously through the nostrils aud mail upon the route between Montgomery .'
ofstnirs
'I upward nponcrl'aklt1 flight .t .
ATTORNEY AT LAW the pat: of those who direct the policy (It l breathe in and :Mobile for four
the which
buccnniering spirit has been exhibited I'' snow and wind whirl fi'rce1o'er the roof mustache. Presently you a dry, yeais from the time at :''.4, _
QU1NCV, FLORIDA, ,I these Powers is the result of hatred: intense! in the United States are we indebted I pjngent, bat gracioas and agreeable atmosphere. i I which said contract would expire by its own A''; : :
: and shake the structure to its foundationbut
"TILL continue to oocupv the ofllcc recently occrV :. I hatred for our institution: I 'believe. thaI< for that hatred and dread of ns which has drivin crazy The beard Je' ro"'s eJe.b.!hes, I limitation.. if in his opinion, the public interest t
> :1 the lt* f rrn of C. II. .i 1. H 1:1'lt, they would hold C'cha mailed! st'iitiiul we lean closcrto the walls and mount cp- I : :
pre bfV HS a and tonvenionce '
Spain :into the arms of Fiar.ce and England and the downey pubescence of the ears| will be promoted by such jf'[
.nd to practice in tlte ed.Hwnt. Couoti* of the MuMlfud wnrd.: ;
| over our commerce, emblematic of; the des- nnd the has united the lat delicate white and perfectly cnvelopJKg .r I extension of said contract. *.* '
W'dertl Circuit He vill also' attend the t f'rm"ocfthe same ctu-e acquire a ,:
< Five torle i and we stand tlienar- 'i
potifin of a past age" hcalling: hale and de- up upon venerable Laar-frost. The I Approved .
Supreme Court >u TalUkassce aud Xarur.ua.Jmittary7 ter in measures of hostility aiinst us. 1 eo"t'rof May 3,1854.What .it; .
1SS4. 2 I fiance ng Ht everything \\Ilidl I"peI'ks of -_.- -- row pl.itfonn and i i"er down with a whirling musta-che and under lip form pendulous bead 0 .Of.. .t'

j progress. I believe thsit, with thio f-lnte of: The True; Way to AW mAc n 1'rl-lt! t .( brain into the black ocean below. Turning of dangling ice. Put out your tongue, andit They Ate. ;P"f.i "ii..i
Floor Matting.A ''circumstance, have the ar.d tint active haLts of, :i'iustr ;into a tJtrro"IIlII, we stand beforeTI shattertl.ior. Dr.
: we, rig'llt. I i 1' oiiH' by plodding, : : instantly frocrcsto this icy crusting, and a Rondelet an ancient writer eft fishes t? ;

SUPERIOR Article,i- .of.I 3.U 4, 5 W and 6-4 Plain andCW.J it Li-conie us to inquire ulrtu ford;" *s.. I i tliut MI cau l.<.' Jr* MIi our vt' t'u'onjjli.I. i( &! ...icve.-ilincr. .. .. a feeble' light wi .-'. rapid eflort and Qme Lard aid-Aiill be required was so fepd offi>!. that be died in 1565. of 1 ; t ta
liutt.Bf >- !
1 V.veu *
Aril! 6. l H.11 Cf.ICLl.O"" l. WIOS. : iTimie.uiS'!, .liiiTfere 10 protect! despotic rulers i I 11it"t.. The! race may !Ii k ardunt'Ii'zt it is.out: : ; _r.rntaprnn. of olu-! to libcrnte it. Ibe less yon talk the sl1r{ *t'Ji\caslOncd by eating tbera to er. .A ';;. -
__ ----0'- I in the unjust and t\.rrmnicall'xercise of 1'0\\- which win' weil l fI'Ptire' coir-jailor. lt.r. tion floats throuh building line: a pesti- better lour chin has a trick_of freezing to cess. In alettertra friend.Dr. Parr confesses. ::1h.' :L ;

Parasols. I t-r foi our own injury, if we. have not .in e- row justly 6:18nr.Ile, heart will H;dain I 1l't1I'(. '! Jour upper jaw by the luting aid of your f his love of" hot boiled lobsters with a profusion l&f.< :;.*, V-'"

\ VERY Superior stock of Silk enCV.Um! Urn: t'Ull1ig1t; iu ;iiiUMj 'r( for <5 .lf-drfence, and : to subsist )like a drcnt' upon honey gatheiedby : What a 5con, as we enter that chamber! boatd ; even HIV eyes ha'e been so glued as of shrimp sauce." Pope, who was an .\.4-. j'"p.: .

j>- brillae and IVasole. for pillf'\ lov l by i the protection the FubjecU of that power, others !labor! like vermin, to filch its lee! p'tvert.anrl want grin in their ghostly to show that a wink may l he unsafe. As you I j epicure, would lie in bed for days at LordBolingbrook's VJr (.

Apri: 8. ItM. 14 CRIC1ILOW: BROS. I and That, sir, in so close contiguity! ns al onrver food out of the jmblic: granery or like r. lowliness and! f'.litiide. The silence of
Oil Cloths. I "' c.otr. shark to prey upon the lesser fry; but rather : broods over all, and) the faint lamp-lfcht gun begins to penetrate throagh two coats of stewed lampreys for dinner, when he arose J1 ':

RuPSIUOR Aitlcleof r.; ruri-u Oil Cloth iir If the gentleman from Connecticut will ': outdo his private obligations to other men's : flickering' tr iu wane is like the beam which woolen mittens, with a s ensation like hot instanlly and came down to the table. A : ;,'

jt\\ th. Floor: HI .,A *ufcik>r article<>f C 4 Auh! "g(' : allow me smother moment of his time, I will care and toil by considerable service aid: ereej-s up from the exhalations: of the grave. water. nut we have been supposing your gentleman treated Dr. Johnson to new honey f: d'r":-

cv: tJ Cloth.: f,r furniture, fur*al. W I Ity !igo further, and say lhit I belie\e theie) i is a : beneficence: to the pnb'ic! ; for there! i is no tilling i There is net a coal in time irate, nor a chair back to the wind ; and if you are a good and clouted cream, which he ate so I largely I ) .f.c.;. .. t

""\1; ifc.-i it rRicm/nv' A- r.p.o. i set']i'd conviction with as ais to \\lnt course of any sort, from lle sceptre the spade : in i the loom. TJII' ust, of wind sift the snow Arcticised: subject, a warm glqwLas already that his entertainer became II 1 arm. All Ai ,- "' "

Boots and Shoes. this Government ought to pursue. I think! it the management wherof, with any good buc- ; through th" cracks by the door, and an involuntary been followed by a profese sweat. his lifetime Dr. Johnson had a voraciousattachment ;(.. ;:

a general conviction that this Government, cess, any credit, any [:lti fictio.i, dolh not chill sN-rih over the surface and then Now turn about and face the wind ; viat for a leg of mutton. "At my i r:
FCTER : : of French fWle-3 Boole
irt'c'e
-A X *: Lo1 Quart P.4f4'r.t Pump lx:tifr! Shops with : having protested! in every form Jigainst: the demand muchoikoflhe bend, or cf Unhands into the heait. fttrmtion1Jnt, pinched and a change how the atmosphere are wafted aunt Fold's," says he," I ate so much of a : !; I' : ,.

3roaJ ujicr and y rrcw Ties, Ci<>th rid Ki;J Tin) GaU? -. transfer of this i island tn any foreign (Go vvinuifMit or cf both. Miltoifwho: daring an spectral, stalks Vfore the imagination' nnd oft'! how penetratingly the cold trickles boiled.leg of rriuiton, that she used to_talk_ of t'l-' ..s; -

La.li* SiippoTb, I.hh:1.n" and (;ait.Ti fIT suit1 ne li :' and the policy vhirh}, is now being acme life in the most troublesome ,tunes wasu'iceasuig : mingle; a footfall with every gust that rattles d"wn your neck, and in at your pockets: it. My mother, who was affected by little .:-i' ;.

April .. 14.... 14 CR1CH1.OW_. _. 4 t ],1'/JS. (! earned i oat there, ald., et Tiance and Kng- : in the cultivation of his understanding : the shattered door. Whew a jack-knife heretofore, like Bob\ things told me seriously that it would hardly J.f( .
-- -- -- Pans.ASrrnRStK'k -- - --- j| land-almost designating the Governor :and' thus describes h'.! own habit: Those ; And do human creatures dwell in such abode Sawder's apple, unpleasantlyxarm" in the I ever be iorgolten. Dryden writing in 1699 .; w 1ito.(... .

of Snper Fi'lAr-g] SpauwL m a I 1 : revising her law.-, and actuallyiiting: : uI looming haunts are wheie they} should I-, at ; ,s this breeches pocket, has changed to something to a 1 lady, declining her invitation to a handsome ;::' :

fir tale low by i despatches about' )her future n-tlfirp: that it' home, not sleeping or concocting the surfeits I IIi>t as cold as ice and hot as fire*, make your supper, says: If beggars might be I :'.{ .

_A|)uU..H5! 14 CRltfHLOVTA P.ROS.Segars 1 is the duty of Congress to net. If we con 'Of an irregular feast but up and' stirring in i j There is a sound in thnt dark corner. way back to the ship I was once caught choosers, a chine of honest bacon would ,r. ,lot. .

--- 1 ourselves with merely indorsing the man winter, often ere tKe} sound of any bell awxkc There is a fin r.s if a life of agony were three miles off with a freezing wind, and at please my appetite more than all the marrow it rJ._nJi'"& ;

VETv7 Superior arUele of S"n. f.rr fnle Vy 6 iUn>eiilB of the Prcla dcut's inaugural men to labor or devotion; in summer, as oft crushed) nt once from the honrt. And"then a one time feared that I would! hardly see the puddings for I like them better plainhaving .kt.;

A CRICHLOW & BROS. \\tC go no further we will deserve to be con- with the bird that first nror.ses, or not much | ppectre form sloxvly rises and s'jriks' towards brig again. Morton, who accompanied me I I in very vulgar stomach. ." '

__:&prfl.lSKL_14 as humHiateil before the world. tardier, to read good authors, or cause themto : the light. It i is a woman, but God how thin had his cheeks frozen, and I felt tint lethargic i Dr. George Fordyce contended that, as .Wfrj.'V; A *f

Gold Pens. 1 have tail! in our State papers that citizens be read till the attention be weary or memory -( and haggard\ A fiercer gust shakes the old numbness mentioned in story books. I will 1 I one meal I a day was enough for a lion it Mm

B AGLETS Super Gold PPHS. f
CRICHLOWA'BROS.April subjected to outrages upon their person '' generous bhors preserving the body'b health 'I as it low wail dies away. and then, wildly twice caught out.' Sleepiness is not the j more than t twenty years, the doctor used to fj ,, I -

] E. 1S5<. 34 and property of a flagrant character.Vo and hucinp-L!. to .rf'lul'r. liflIt'Ino.. __ Il''lr, mul I stating at vacancy. takher< seat.. mechanically sensation. flare you ever received the eat only a dinner the hole course of the 1. 1t' .'
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Perfumery.A I have been rl'fotlcd anv redress of the past or not: )l1mpisl.1| obedience to the} n'mind to---1 I upon a box 1))' the light. Her face i IF Uiin shocks of a magncto-elettric machine, and day. This solitary meal be, took regularly i}:. j

SUPERIOR et<*k of Kn 'Wi. French nnd Get. any guarantee for the future. Spain refuses : cause of reiifjion nul our rountiy's libcrU." I and every,' feature the footprint of unutterable had the peculiar benumbing sensation of i at o'clock at Dolly's chop house- A poend 't-;, ..

trikB ilopue] Real LubiuV Extracts, Init. iki,j, to form with us a commercial treaty, and yet Any man who does not profit by such nob'e agony,The eyes are sunken an inflamedbut ns can't let go,' extending up to your elbow- and a half of rump teak, half ,a broiled i f.;'. 1

Jule HaticFtf Eau Lui-trftta,{ic is an enemy to the publicvcai.. I ,tearless as her cheekand, lip arc bloodless. joints Deprive this of its paroxysmal character I chicken- jlate of fiih.:1 bottle of port a i { ; :,

hf"ib"1rl.tcsr Lytft K;t tthawui Hllr16 "r 'plj.1! mircommerce. She 'rmils-knuwingl permit : I Tlie latter is thin and drawn closely, as if ii ; subdutj, but diffuse it over every part i quarter of a pint of brandy, and tankard of I f }

cu tun,:!with. II.A a. great Oils. Ox varietj itarrows' af clicp Beni'e P Oils M-luino, Flesh, Poma Pow'J 1:, *-England and France to interfere with Female Sucictt/ You know my opinion o I mortal) suffering over her teeth. of the system and you have the so called II I strong nle.\ satisfied time doctor's moderate '5t ;

Jcr, Pink a*<. White. Lilly Wh t C". Liqirid land PovJereJ .'!I her domestic institutions, for the avowed pur. female society. Without( it, we should degcn I t She leans towards the waning taper, nmI pleasurable feelings of incipient frt'ezing'-I I I wants till four o'clock the next day and. ;1 &: >

Roage Poacet lJ'Jies: and Puff ,Sia\JB-Creame! '. pose of influeicir, own. Under these late into brutes. This observation applies- takes a garment in her hand upon which she it seems even to extend to 'vrurbrain. Its I j regularlr engaged an hour and a half of his 1 "i J. ,I'r

and Comp"and S>*ap6 uitdTnhh Balls in erect a- circumstances, I J.diethe time has: come, : with tenfold( furco to young men and those'',I hall been sewing. how fearfully tcatless and inertia is augmented ; every thing about you :r !time. Dinner over, ho returned! his home { ;J; '

bundan S.I, ('Ir&54.sale by CUICI1LOW 14 A DUOS. I when, by principle! and fact we are justified who arc in the prime of manhood. For, after ,i| calm she appears. We look untiUome nightmare seems o{ a ponderous sort ; and the hole :' in Essex,street Strand, to deliver his six ? tfa&jtjf?.
-April"- _. in abating a nuisance. | a certain time of life! the literary save in the disposition and *-'*
-- -- | man may tascination chains us to a spot. annual pleasnre is gratifying o'clock lecture 01 anatomy chemistry.- ; t'

Needles, One other word, and I thall have finished.It make a pliift (a poor ono I grant,) to do without a startling wihlnesyibout the eye,it xvculd not : to remain at rest, and spare yourselfan Baron Mosores, who lived nearly to the age t.

JAMES SMiTH 4 SOXS Superior Needles. for ale is this-and it will be a complete answer tile society of ladies. To a voting man seem that those features had ever been stirred encounter with these latter resistances.- of ninety, used to go home.one day in every h..i. '

CR1CI1LOW A- ROS. as far as I am c icerned, to the question of:, nothing I is so important as a spirit'of devotionnext by a human passion. She hUIs her hands towards 'I 1 his is, I suppose, the pleasurable sleepinessof week without any dinner,eating only around Lj'ofdry '-

-AjrflB,181t. 14 the gentleman from Connecticut _" Plow ( to his Creator) to some amiable woman, the light in,the attempt to thread a needle the story books.A toast at tea, Aristotle, like a true poet, rHfi: i :' ,

**" Negroes for Sale. would you redress these outrages ?l" I woud! ,,I, whose image may Occupy his heart and guard but fails; and still, with her hand cxlen- seems to have literally feasted on fancy.- ,. i IT,

LIKELY MAN, shout 82 >ear* nf age, Rnd a do it, sir, in an open, manly, and dtiect' man-1:I it from pollution, which besets it on nil sides. : ded, stares at the dim taper. London Millionaire.Monsieur Francis Few could live more' frugaly! : in one of his ;4I .I

1 Woman about 22 year w'i itt Ltr four cl.iM\'cll. ncr, and 1 would do it at once. I would I j 1.\ man ought to choose !his. wife, ns Mrs Primrose There is a stirring in the heap of rags beside \\ey, a French writer of distinction, who I poems he says of himself, that ho was a fit ,, hI'

Fur u.Ac>. 1854.. eiHiuireof -'. II. }FLAG'; have other nations to understand that it is did her wedding gown, for qualities that her and the woman starts as if stung by passed; several weeks in London during the ,t person to have lived in the world when acorns ;,1 Irl' .
I'i11 Ii
_.2 .wear well. One thing at least is true.thatil Great Exhibition, has recently published iu BolinbroLe :
___ __ not only a sentiment, but conviction in the t. adder. The faintest flush passes over were the food of mep When
From Xew Tork, per "C. Ibnamlngtoll ., United States, that the wrongs of individual) matrimony has its cares celibacy has no an her cheek, nnd the mutters to herself ns Paris his "impressions," under the title of invited Swift to dine with him he talked of tnt..

I) Ct' ce. lrb"App1l" I citizens are national wrongs.Mr. I j pl nsurc. A Newton, orn m''re scholar may to thread the nee The English at home. On one occasion, the dishes, he would offer.!' A fig for your 'rj ,
hurriedly
\.hii-a: Coffee llei hic cLaui'pai'rTM.OolJcU .. I : find employment in study ; a man literary she more essays while riding in an omnibus, he formed an bill of fare said Swift Showme fj
Sjrup, UHIClgna I.Ncr.iuoLL. Mr.' Chairman, I am happy your !${ &.
5auhag.B, taste can receive, in books with a fellow from wal fond of
a passenger Milton
poweiful aux- dIe.From acquaintance bill of a
CiU-oo, CJobli.ii) JJuttx, the gentleman from.Louisiana: has replied I that of a boy has come company. .
iIiIrhilt heap rags
; a man muxt have be derived explanations of the tJH&t
bosom friend whom A modern
a many t
water.and
Cunuutu, Cider Vinegar glass a pipe. poet,
so he stands
and the 1
promptly so eloquently to question ; Child of perhaps
and children round him forth ten years he One of these we give :
AuuonJ" WUtc Wwe Vinegar, which I I to cherish and support in strange things saw. who was asked by a lady of fashion what he
to lim.IlJre and husky
put than mother
gratified am ,
New J 61ud Rum, I at the \iews the dreariness of old iige.-John Ran before that spectral "I addressed him afoxv words concerning would like for dinner, answered,"Peppermint i.t,
which he She -
has fit bread. stares strangely
to
C.rliac nnd American Brandr teen promulgate asks for
dolph. wZiispers which then drove by. It was "
just '
carriage black
) a and pudding.
U.dcirn TLerrj-, Port and Ckret Wtnelldlaud hero to day. I trust that they* are ; -- I iuto his face, and still mutters to her- too fine to be elegant, and was drawn by cordial trl"Ji.---'
and .Atucrtetui GILL the views of Okra r
every member of this and for Coffee.A Of.
body ; ;,!,If. magnificent bay horses. On the box, Jfalnutudc of Ru"'a.-RolsJa is the 1t', t
that if when -- two jjreatcst .t
ALSO from Xew Oi leans, the despatches' which i think friend of ours has with I
sent us a sample of is almost naked and shivering x\ith beautiful l sat black- existed :
The boy adorned fringe, a nbroken empire for extent that ever 1ir
must
we |, ;
shortly have
20 Ulids. Sid and before Okra and
Shpulderc.S show that parched
us : ground readsfur features
Ho childish hunger
do Beet Bntwn Su "r, England:; is at !the bottom of this whole (ques 1 j has invited our attention to it as a substitute use. cold, and upon those the hardest heart. I coated coachman ; and there was not a wrinkle ccupyin vast regions of,Europe and Asia dJ Rand
has written enough to pierce in his white cravat-his gloves were .sixth of the habitable
100 Bhlt.! Extra and Superfine Flour, Lion of ours with I snowy nearly one globe .
Spain do
hope this Government ; for coffee, and gives it his )
I as
25! do Ueboiled Svrnn, will have tho I j I opinion, that upon The very look is n hopeless, heartbreakinga. spotless. In the vehicle, on dOWDY cushions, It is forty-one times the size of France, and f qiif
25 do Rectified energy-that the Rep a fair trial it may be made to supercede all child bows his head in that wom his '
without
"bi.by, resentatives of the The carelessly lounged a man a coat, ,one hundred and thirty-eight times that ofEngland. 1''
of H
the
K do Lard people country will i importations. This would prove to be vast asob-like moan, aud then moves shoulders -
a the
with turned to
sleeves
his
have the an's lap arms bare, up Yet it was too smal? for the ambition a1' ,
10 Cub I
Carolina Rice, i energy-to proclaim our rights, and saving to tho country, and a boon the and lays his
great to to grate him
lAnguid.step : turned serving as a have .
Avitb Alexander who U
2 B net Tongue, j-taud to them to the last. a ; an apron up reported4o l"'y 'rJ
those who find it be
to a heavy tax to with cold tho fros- .
,
indulgein blue looked like
,
do already upon the'coachman a
M caroii. I fingers, girdle-so gen. said : "I insist Anon having the,Baltic to
Here is a man of weight and this delightful beverage, as' the plantls him start and 4
bilo Star Oandka experience i ty.irOfl. The chill causes to I man driving a mechanic in his dress. s\ate the Caspian for*' bathing place

Foe. ntt.5 K by Beit Spacitbnn.. I from Connecticut, bays the Chaileston Mercury I ea ily raised, and matures finely in our Kt niurtit moaning to the woman. The hand I Mr.Wey asked his neigbir who and what the Black upon Sea as a ,wash hand basin, and the : .

r J5.5 !eM. 13JUtY d no WLES. and unother of no less considerationfrom climate. Its properties have not been tested IM fa'leii! in I her lap, and the boy lays his cold I II was the strange looking occupant of the North Pacific'Ocean_as a fish pond. He I
l-.. by Chemical analysis, but this may he easily Jheek down it and weeps. She laughs !
; Louisiana, agreeing in opinion that Cuba upon dashing carriage. enroached on ""Tartiury for a pasture, on t
heap done, and indeed our correspondent is horrible ha ha of the manUc "
GOOds. the low butcher in London
pro. pat it is The richest was Persia and Georgia for a vineyard, on _
JE III..i has fallen practically under the domination posing to have it done soon. If no objection M He i is in his
T returning
era etJD'f'rnplactL the reply. own carriage Turk t for a garden,on Poland for a farm
WlIOP.sucha,' ii Of'. nlakes arrAllremelit in their of England and France, and that not only should be presented by Urn} examination, -we 0"Mother! dear mother, give me one mouth- from his slaughter house to his residence ,on Finland and, Lapland as a Jiuntiug rround, I_ _

dl"pOtIe ot t1ae- 'present Itl\c'k.Ir Goud it.,. "c'nul S1ICk, the effect, but the very motive of lliii domination .- see no reason why it shoulJ not be used, as 4,1 of bread. ,Hain't there bread enough His forefathers were in the business. His and took. part North America as place i

ceusijts'nfji p') supply f Wntc1.c, of eyer,dl'6Cri is hostility the United, States. I we tbe Cud it to be well flavored and pleasant to where Pa has gone ? Mother will God give father left him a fortune, of over two'millions, of banLihment for offenders. -

""nJ Jewelry Far'y Good. Cu:1frf., GUUl"l'l J' taste. bread if I prajert.' and he, out of modesty, follows his father'sprofussiou3
UIJT
'r 01.0 the of demagogues az,4 have not .quoted language The m
,
art J1Uncrl otllCsr idea is
&rticke not
entirely
have
.bjt'b new, as we
honorable old
.
thy his motho 'custom.I An eminent
,ihdge kneels and the very psychologist hv decided that
child
. tbt'm.h' prayer
tl1 .dJ te cab cLst4'tner at but of grave .and high-toned men, before heard of its use, but wo shall be glad! f The the wall of I This gentleman butcher four mil
Q rap4ng
tt ,me... TOW'JdE k JltJ.Rs."e.ArrtJ : 1 to hear that its claims havo taught him goes feebly up against posesscs spirit | are produotdliymen phaMpfl.i'%
been "
16 1S who wcigli' their 'words, and vrtwso more thoroughly wearinwi tad bun mseU in
1 oaici31I tested.-Soil of the South. 0 11\lhe blast, aad then, vitU J L l-.as. ttcdntrj4, teL'

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e.l A Man Orerboard. Nebraska Bill. Methodist General Conference- "In the midst of a Revolution-1. Cot reipondmf* cflht Baltimore Sis*.

%: jfloribian # 10urmil.! One good effect which Las beeu aaticipMed from the The Journal of Commerce has the following state This body came to a vote on the 17th iost on the We Lope none of our readers will omit to gina The Nebraska.Debate-Tte Hews froffl

.: ,*;, (.. Nebraska Bill was to drive off from the dominant party ments concerning the progress of opinion at the South, location of the Book Concern. Six ballots were had, careful reading to the r.bjoir.ed article from tie New Mexico, &c, &c.WAatkToy .

;I .: ------ thoeeof its ttorthem members In the free States who upon the pending question between the two great divisions Nashville. Louisville, Memphis, St. Louis, Prattville, York Trilur.e of the 10th ir.st Let it, bo rcmembered \ : May 18, 1w,.

s TALLAHASSEE : wijre Democrat only in Mme. Here and there a. of the Union: Atlanta and Columbus b ing voted for. On the last that the Tfibnnr \ie now the leftdjng organ cf Th, debate on the Nebraska bill confines

I 7 -.--' niiing them were men ditngmsucd! for talents, iu '. A very intelligent and unprejudiced gentleman ballot>-f be question lay between Nashville and Louis the great anti Slavery Party in the North, vhich u great power forth on l b*bill>th ShieS. H wft, most ably
tntnced Mr.
b : Saturday, May 27, 1851, whose attachment to principle the South had no con who has recently spout several weeks in Georgia and vi1l ?. Nashville, however, carried off the prize, the fast swallowing op all othei factions, and which laso Tuesday last and* continued by with Max well, of Flor

Alabama tell? 119 that the Nebraska question i i. f.ist for that to 67 fur Louisville.On the accession of the Silver rest force j
-------- ------------- fidence. Among these leprous di ciplcs was Brtija- trnnsftrring the Union men of those States to the ultra vote standing CO city recently been swollen by quence to this very lonr.) Mr. Bank, hfett

TEaMS,-Tnrce Doliarp ver. annum, if paid inn nilti F. Butler of New Yoik. Once Attorney General Southern party, lately called secessionists. Ho Friday the 19th, the Conference proceeded to Gray Whigs and all the other shades and varieties ', made a very able speech ia defence of

4 k 4'; 4 Ivnnce: f 3 fiO if paul! within fix raontlw the'time of the United States under Martin Van Buren, afterwards says the t pinion is paining ground there, and has become the election "of three Bishops. Seven ballots were of Whig: This fact gives greater significance to language hoionaofmanrof and his northern po his itwn. and received th*
colleagne.
0 h fBiilcri\inpand400ftlllieendofthe\ ) 'ear. Adverti a Uarul'unicr and finally r>n adv<-cate f>'r the quite prevalent that the only way they can had. We quote from the report as given in the Columbus which might otherwise l be regarded ns the agonized saM that the bill; has not been It eamj
; emcnta. Ot Dvllnr er&qjarcof 12 Iici for first, live in with is sufficiently
j the North to have fle little to Soa
b.. ( t" nnd fifty Ceut for all *'nbs xjnent insertions. AnT Compromise of 1S50, be at hut returns like the sow ith them peace ns possible. *fhey say that Yry many of Tmtt Saturday last: aLt kks and groan of a despairing rabble. or that th opposilion require more time than l

: >oun"< nv n1. eandidalrf.; Five Dollnis cacb.fl/wvr.vo/ that was washed, to bin wallowing iu the mire. At there at the N .ith who appeared to be their friend First Bul.'oL From the A'iw Yurk Tribune
t ::4I.: tolx b pai.! in advance. Religioiw Obittwrj' nndilnrjiajre the late New York Park nuti-Nebraska pow-tvow, Mr. in 1650 and 1851 have deserted them on the Nebraska (t. F. Pierce, (elected) C4 L. M. Lee, 8 We are in the midit of n Revolution saM Mr. their position to the country. f

.! Notiws. not exceeding ]2 lines will Le'puUihedKratJs. Butkr iu Lie adhesion to the Liberty and question and that those who are with them on J., Early 47 B. M. Drake, 7 Clay on R memorable occasion. We are in the The news from Mexico in alarming, and

: FPNo certificate* of the puLlicstion of esftte gave Party, that may desert them at the next time of trial. In v.. \Viglitman, 37T. (1. Caples, 7II. mi.Lt of R revolution,is our response to the proceeding! again throw em n tht ratification of the MexiMn
or legal notices of will is henceforth to be subject to the nod and beck of II. 35 J. What if Mr. Ondwlen. who left here witjs
any iJesoipUon be given thort they are convinced thai-they haws nothing Io Kavanaugh, TWing, S at Washington on the Nebraska bill. The attempted
I tntil the adTcrliwng fee i* paid. Greeley, Seward and A'oby Ktlly. As a specimen of hope from the North-not even a fa'itlifn'performance' J. C. McFerrio, 25 I). S. Doggett, 3 pasiageot(thU measure is the first great effort of treaty & few days ago for Charleston, fed inenc,

I'::4 .p 4 ; : -------___-: ::_ _ his new-born zeal in behalf of Abolition Whi gery, of the stipulations of the Constitution, iut must rely J. Hamilton, 21 J. W. Ilanner, 8A. Slavery to take American freedom directly by the steam fur Vera Cruz, should not b able to fio48 i>7
; we quote the following from hie speech at the upon tIlemselveL"Aid L. P. Green, 21 W.J. Parkes, 2 throat. Hitherto it has but asked to be allowed to Anna, or make his way thron h the troops of Alvtret
Vessel for Charleston. meeting who seems to have cut off his
W. Smith. 15 It. .1. Alexander 2 retreat t Fortonatelr
.: I From the advi>rti t'inent of MeMre.Tunno, Piockney, referred to, as we find it reported in the Tribune: yet many of these Union mec," who appear FL W. Sehon, 15 D. Wardjwortb,, 2 grow how and,at expand what is believed side by side tn be with a favorable that freedom! moment, until for ns, Santa Anna has not received any money tot *

r. f T* 1Kl ,.t< Co, of CJiaiWton, it will be reen that the hoe orK "If Stephen Arnold Douglas were a candidate for to be horrified at the fact that their friends of 1850 D. U. McAnally, 12 J. C. Keener, 2 it springs from its lair and clutches at the life of iu, we may yet be obliged to (alee the Mesi'lla YaQeV fr '

, hojeis between that rity and New Port will soon Picndrnt tojloy. nominated bv n Baltimore Convention and 1851 have deserted them on the Nebraska question Scatter,ng, 10 political associate in the Government. It engages inn gratis for nothing. .
aud 117//i'w // &ward Jitters have been received from England
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or other honed blow after blow at such Northern !rn.
any are striking Sfcond Ballot. TJili Bullat. n tiat, and flee aid oi northern traitors to
1 in ; Tnin will I intellifine co'ip by
: vIratitn| figain. agreeable man, were the candidate r.f. the opponents of this bill [ high source, stating that the British government
South the tno t
Nrbrjbka democrats eland to the liUrty moat intolerable
attempts
t F to the many fricudi of that 1 Jic iu Middle FlorUa. why.) Sir, I would vote for William II. Seward, if it as square up Early. 48 Early. 66 usurpation. positively disclaims laving formed 'secret
and their all to done 1 Witness the W. WijL-htman, 41 W. M. Whitman 49 Fhotild success attend the movement, it is tantamount treaty
were the last thing I Lad to do in this sublunary reril get justice with France and Spain for the protection of Cubs
civil Revolution and a- '
II. II. to a an Declaration!
continued attacks of the Richmond Savannah Kavanaugh, 38 II. II. Kavanaugh, S3 open t the United State.
si.Iire'T1&ii gain So far
_- Whig, | from it, it i is !
J. B. McFerriu, 23 J. H. McFei rin 26 of War betwe n Freedom and Slavery on the North tt
Health of Jackfonville.In emphatic declaration, the Trilitnt say, biought fijnllican, Louisville Journal, and scores of other J. Hamilton, 19 J. Hamilton, ] g Ameiiran continent, to be cca*cle9iy waged till one j i opinion serious of the writer obstacle that England would not inter.i .
: the
i s-er4 out tremendous "Union" evident Pierce who has identified A. L. P. Green (the other finally and absolutely triumphn.If .- pose a to acquisition of the Island
I : the riotialan; of the tTth inst. \\e puUwlicd a applauso. presses on 19 A. I,. P. Green, 15 or party by the United State People! in distinguished .
his administration with that D. R. cAnally> 6 W. A. Smith Nebraska passes the two parties mu 't int.niediatflv posi
1ttftxtract. from n letter Mr. Butler proceeded further: from Ibrt fir ft, 8 turns seem Io look the
written by a pcntWvan in upon gravitation of Cuba toward
. F. W. St-lion marshal themselves in hostile The North will -
f;t.i; ? Jirksonvilh whiil, rlatvd that the Small Pox was This Irtll i* likily to pass into n law by the middle rr.fasurp, and who is being constantly held up by the Ii. iL l.e, 4 4 R 1. M.M. Lee 1)rake. 4 go on. as it has begun, to opposevery array. step toward | the United States as something extremely natn-
2
2 raging in that, tuwn. From letters since piiblisbe-J in of next week ; and if >ome energetic remonstrance l. Nt-w York> Tnlunf, and kindred paj i'0'?, to the odium II. J. Alexander, ZV.. Winaus 2 making the North-west pasture ground for Afiican i raT, and its annexation ta the United States as a mere
innde those | of tiro If
not t" vho ha\e it rely question the Island is
men ratcetl not purchased
upf'iiit of the Noith ns the great main stay MV\ of J. W. Ilanner ?i Slavery. It will the introduction r.f Slavery by
the supporter oppose
Savauunh
jtr from Dr. Hald\\ cod C. Drew Scattering, 6
they will not pivc to it n delay of forteight hours. the United States, the British holders of Spanish ton-
D. S. ) into Nebraska and Kansas much after the
l-q, editor of the l. d llioethat ] Depend it, they viil not the the swindle. Call you I lila I backing our friend ?' D-pRott, 2 as passage sols will never fee them Io 40 60 ia
fiffiilHean, we are to rpon p\e people an <-pportuiirty H. il. Drake 2 of the bill as before, and should it gain foothold there go up or ; short,
to be heard. But it is Now the ti have something to for f om ther whistle for their
: the nccuunt given by the titer rcfvireJ to was jour duty to do <-renthing way > hope Scattering it w ill make and dIrect war the institution may money.
7 open upou
that can he done in the News hiss also reached here from London that .
ij :. exaggerated. Dr. Ualdv way 'public meetings the North., not to induce and villify those who within their limitu now and hencef.jith. It will fight Jfa*
. eays : an-I I remotiMranees to operate upon the con cien- Fow lh Ballat. Fifth Ballul.J. zini has left that city for the continent of Europe-,
il ** I not tint there U the show by their acts that they are with us, but affiliate against. the admission into the Union of either as a
nm aware ot present lime. ces and fears of the member Yet in all probability Early. C7 J. Early, (elected 61 probably Italy KoMuth was, at latest dates, still j ia
) and iu this it will be
k .v ;' (May 15)) a *eveie case of mall jx>x hi town aud but whatever may be done in the meantime the bill will an 1 make common cause with them-to cheer them \v. M. \Vightman, fG W. M.Wightman, 69 1 1IT. Slave State in self-defence doing to the nece into* arily Africa England. A general rising In Spain against >frf JB.
war ,
1' IIffl; ft few of vaiioloiJ, perhaps ten or twelve nt tl e most. and receive the compelled carry thority of the Queen was hourly expected.
sanction of the
' : I :: pass, President, -the on by words, not t>f contemptuous distrust and abuse: H. Kavanaugh, f.3 II. II. Kavanacgb, 69 and! will fight against the admission of new slave
4 All the winch) I have
recounts seen publiched as to son of a revolutionary officer, a son of New ] J. P. ih-Fmin -
I England, but cf commendation and good wiches. We shall 26 .1. B.McFerrin, 24 States from whatever. Soundness
the prevalence of the- disease here, have been he vho lived all hi any quarter upon NEW YORK MARKETS.
tI greatly life New J.
;n }.iie Hamilton
JIamp And 14 J. Hamilton,
IQi will made lest in the election of
thus show thai the South appreciates' their effort, and tlii.- question be a ev-
, ;; :,' exaggerated ; pro-ball v nf tm tenth pait i is true ai t<> tl.cn-what nre the people to do ? I vill speak for i A. L. P. Green, 8 A. I* P. Green, 4 entative. Niw: Yoa.i:, May t.
:: tli nuiiljor >f cns of the disease deaths] from. it," instead of being rcptlled, they will bind Ihcmsehrs ryNoithern rerr -
or m\pelf. Ifnr
4. 'ou are i>nmt : JVrsons having business occasion to \Jsit Jackson- organise-to i ally for the purpeeof electing Sena- to us in a closer alliance. The fact i i-, it i i. in the t.. M. L.-e, 3 1.. :sI. Lee. 2W. speedily put ifled, and no man elected thereto from the 2000 bales. Prices have declined -J to I cent en the

$ P4J, h the s'il1 -disease.need not" be detcired flow doing eo on account ol tots and Members between this and 1850-to rally power of the South to control the Government at her Winans, 2 II W. Sehon, 2 North w ho is not firmly committed against the ad middling and lower qualities since Monday. 700 Ugiof

'i for the purpose of elocting a President who vill approve pleasure. The Nebraska question boa demonstrated Scattering, 8 Scattering, 6 mission of more slave States. A President must be Coffee changed hands; St. Domingo at 9J ; and

) Mr Drcv rnrroWateB tic elalemccit of Dr. Baldwin and pass a bill repealing the then obnoxious there in .cirh i IJallot. Sf tenth JlaHat.II. elected by the free States who will cordially support Java at 141 J cents. The Market is dull with a deeliein -

k' and adds1' -. clauses, nnd revcmng that bill which has blotted out that a poweiful patty at the North ina<'e up II. Kavanangh, f.S II. II Kavanaugh: elect. G9 and earn"fctlv respond to these views. There will be ?; tendency.! Rice is firm, with ales of 160 hags it
.. the glorious 8th section of the Compromise of I 8O- of good and true men who can be relied on in any e- f 3 50 to $4* 25 hundred. The flour
Dr. Baldwin very Correctly inlimntes tlmt bad not W. M. Wiijhtman, 55 W. il. Wyhtman, 65 no other course but this open to the free States, excepting per market is dull
-1 i't' the fire teiniorarilyiiFprtided| the tvso papeiiif this that section which declares that Slavery or involuntary mcigency involving Southern lights. With that party J.Hamilton, 4 hamilton, 2 one of abject slavish submission to the iron with sales of 5,75f> barrels. Buyers are holding buck

1. town the true state cf tho health of this place would servitude thou and not < \it-t, except as n p ii5.hment it is rlenily the policy the duty, nnd interest of The Timet remarks ? reference to the rod of the Southern slave-diivere, and the more despicable for lower prices. State brands lire quoted at ?8 Itf,
for ci tine, that it shall le forever prohibited :- By pioiceedings
have 1tni since been domination of northern flunkeyUm. The passage and Ohio at ?8 Sii.} Southern floor is firm, and 100birmls
p4( continued health of the authentieully published.t f.onilii-H The in the t tc-riitoiii'S nrrth 'f SC ih-g. TO min. north lat I (the South to ally herself as one man. It i* iu the it will be ecn lent Dr. George F. Pierce c.f of thee Net.rn'ka bill will arouse and consolidate broueht JS CO a 88 71$. Wheat is easier,

'4f* j )here, living in close vicinity laige to cases majoiity ot the<(bwe nlludcJ tide. I am a fiim believer in the ultimate triumph ranks of the democracy, and no where else that we Georgia, was elected on the first ballot; Dr. Early, of'' the most gigantic, determined! and overwhelming party with sale of Oene"ee at $2 S7J and Soathernwaits
and
,lI rS. ) to, warrants the ftatemcnt that the dken;e has t that>f tiutband the people juftice.of the jfoith I feel will the Fiserepd fullest: in confidence the ef find these unswerving fi lends. Uniting cordially with Virginia on the fiftl ; nnd Mr. Kavanargh, of Kentucky f.;>r freedom that the world ever saw. We may already !- at f 2 16 per rni hl.. G rn is a trifle higher, and 6V
- r bushels
sold
in the future its 000 at
4 t not njipearcd here in the foini of nn epidemic.! Certainly I foil;' to bnig intO w.w-r by 'ir. a Si-nate nnd I lloie: r.fUepiesciitneR them, n patty will be constituted which can laugh to on the seventh ballot. Dr. Pierce i* justly regarle.h hill. side fee, in eVery valley, aivl gathering on every groups prairie on in eu-ry the 64 aSIfce.: per busheL

.. t 4 it bas not prevailed ti the t-xtent that i* sup who vill brine back thi eighth foctiinof scorn (the abortive attempts of the nlx>lition hoidewTio ns one of the most brilliant pulpit Orators in fr x> ed abroad. With the of the teinarkabUiitalitv
f
| eiceptiou tlie bill of the 6th March, 1620, nnd place it properly seek to war the Ciiititutin and the rights of the earnest voice of its !
upon the Church. He is. however too well known to our' myriad slowly-moving masses. -
of seailct fever \ibich it is too tine his New OHLIASS .
f ,
: appeared in tho hoiKr ?.nd aff>*ctione of the cf the United : May 21.
$ peoj.le We behold their faces the serious and 'ur.alterable -
- # in one family nnd b .cn mentioned in seveiHljiapcrs State*. Let this obnoxious 'clause be expunged.Jio .- of the South, and nothing hinders this union but the readers to require n sketch at our hands. determination in of their I-ehalf of At New Orleans on Saturday 7000 bales of Cotton

l-Tjkv.j:!; rf the country, that di ea c line by ivi inearf n<> bit ep to your e ch'l.'until you have dischargedyour demngogwism of a few whig lendt-nt who are dazzled ''Dr. Early l clong to the old school of Virginia freedom. We see the gigantic purpotes array gradually in approach. were sold. Middling quoted 7) a 7J ceuU.

I ; ; : it extended has unfortunately, or prevailed visited t'lanalaimmg heveial lamilies.extent"although folcmn duU."' by the Presidency and who think their chances bitter gentlemen. He is tall anil portly in pers n, and though elosing i s thick rai.k .and moving onward

a The accrunt in the rioiiaiaii The Southern Democracy ere under infinite obligation l.y remaining opponents rather than becoming part 1aet t the )prime of life, still enjoys uninterrupted health with n frce that no merely human power or human FROM WASHINGTON.WISHIS

-. given waQ p'lV.irhedn to this Sandy Hill Saint for the frank manner in of the democratic party. and much of the elastic vig'i * *:..:*,. mutter of news, itnd without the least idea that of the temp" and the tornado. The Honse adjoomed! on Saturday without
: which he ba epokcn his scDtinuntii, and they mod sluw-k of snow white hair contrasts with his rud-1 I paasint
: fin-lv
'M ** was beyond the facts. The writer of it we are sure The spirit of liberty animates, the Jpirit cf progress the Nebraska bill but the votes taken demonstratM
::** .' < : glided only to state what he believed was the condi.n earncfctly beseech all others of the same way of thinkipg The Charleston Courier of Saturday last gives an dy face, and coal black eye-brows. His, chief quality | impel!*. and n spirit of solemn riligiotis duty inspire a dear majority in that body for the LilL

.r.;.* with him to follow hia example. The South wants abstract of the C >ngris-if'nal proceeding" of Monday is his energy. He has commanding business qualities ami leavens the whole mass. This invincible army .
4K of the diseare, nud bad no design tn give to the nm'liation with and in which the bears aloft the motto, God with cs I" Its immedi-j
wolves iu London
no fheep's dotl.ing.Vitli Tuesday pievious following blunder and! will unquestionably make au efficient Stiperin Correspondence of the Dine
$ ttcr a coloring rot wan anted bv the facts. ate duties are plain. We have indicated them in ties
., 3"fcrtsv$* .- -_ the good and true of the North she will gladly fraternize is cotnii.itled, doubtless by the cotrjxiU< : teudent. J %rns?. Details will adjust themselves. What ulterior Spain-Chances of War with the 'U.States.IIAIItID .

but with the Butler the Van Uurens the ilr. the old school I in for tl.is Friday, April 21, 1854.
I : The Nebraska Contest troops Mr. Maxwell tunic a speech a ainl the Nebraska Kavanaugh belongs to of iletho- duties may store great Pany of Liberty

'; .v-rX; ;. At tic termination of our report of the proceedings of gangrened Democrats who hang around the camp bill. He pionousoed it a violation of faith." list Divines.. Thee fiouts of many winter*have settled! upI I time only can disclose. The decisive events of history Mr. Snule is reported to have said that the settlement
f but slowly. have. their the grca'trivers of the with the United States
They sonrCf.aa would
come dispute
&. die Hjugeou the Nebraska P.iil, the House bad as jaekalls round a field of battle, southern men never Of course, the editor of the C.'t/uVr has discovered !I on his head, but he seems Io be in full'enjovment ofj little
>:, ?; r have their*, in the rills that trickle in the be greatly facilitated Ry the dismissal of the present

r ; .\, journed; on Saturday over to Monday without com- can and never will associate in the same organization before this that Mr. Maxwell Ji
'* #or-#' ; to any decia'on. On Monday morning, the demo'itie There can be no compromise," in the languag of nn against the bill. He sut-lained the measure withgrta1.f :' practical mind, aud enjoys the confidence of the t we cannot hide from our hion the vital fact that this truth of this report and although such a suggestion

: ;.i .- members met in caucus and agreed upos a rcs- exchange, witli abolitionism. } very concession but of argument and beauty of lnngmigs'. Church." ptrtv, once aroused and consolidated < n a platform from a foreign envoy would be pretty snre. with to
C sufficiently wide and substantial to afford a "itfe basis haughty and jealous a people as the Spaniards to defeat -
whet its
and inflames
appetite, its It aims at
pride.
; : tin to briiig the debate to a close on Saturday Senator ilallory has brought to the notice of Con. for itt ij(oration, such as the pas ngp of the Nebraska its own objectyet, should the dispute in question
.
1:' *t. at 1 2 o'clock, and to postpone the Pacific Hill I the ruin of the South and will not stop short of its purpose. Officers of the Grand Lodge I. 0. 0 F. the ..f Kanias bill will furnish, will not hesitate in its course unfortunately had to seriocs difficulties between tbe

til 21tb iQst. Accordingly beit1.e l It will keep DO faith and abide by no compact gres j ro.'riety immcdiat-Iy completing arming or fail io its duties, however radical and sweeping two countries, the early downfall of the Cabinet mfgltbe
Wednesday The Grand of the I. O. F.
O.
< Lodge t{ the Slate rf:
> and manning the f'itr. sses at Tortrgas and Key ths. duties become iu the natural of one of its earliest res-nits. Last in the saloon
rew' I : It proclaim a war of extermination, and the South may progress night,
convened Mr. UichardePn ftokcd a 6u.=
ise penMon I Florida me I iu this city HI the Fth in.-t, and adjourned \\Vt. event ofaQ ex-Minister, an idle report, which obtained no

-, 1 a the rules to enable him to offer the resolution. must cither betray its ciue or prepare for the etrug'jrle. after a sri-i-i.'n of two days. The fallowing is a list ct -_ For the mole-eyed squad of little northern men at credit, of hostilities! being imminent between Spas

ic motion won carried, after furious opposition from Hereafter we appuhend there will 1* no diversity the Crr.nj i fSeers for the present jear: Florida Sea Island Cotton- W hin:ton wh' are accident/! controlling pt.lit- and the United States. brought on a discussion asIa

r; .' .. fa i, ;.;.< bv a vote of 137 to CO. Hire wei ofopiiunn in rcej cct to the proper policy- for the R Lton, M. W. GiHi.d ihMer.SMI A l lttr has bfjpn) pub'i-hed from ThmraC'jnmirc Tayle ion; fe.' of the Goven.tneut at this juncture of public the probable coK.c nences of such s struggle, ezp.6
te the iu uuI1,. n w- t- w .; ., c1fficr. jgiting! the torfhe? of civil nis-Cord and vainly ally as regards the island of Cab*.
ybr6; ruta proceedings us reported our exMr. -r .f ?? r ij wuct -; of ilup Mar-c-turner ri ....i ...
:< ;* : I CFFl .To ,Xr. rn-wtT cfrao1.TAMJS Iaater, Ua.t AAnfl 'ioM is have Its of of and improvements
be the wslch-word of Soutlurn men." nreammjj tv e< > t<> ensue: we gammon upward 20,000 men tL.
AyVvujA atiges : KM 'U Jt.V.. Grand <', in whirh thefJlowing oecnis relative to their blindness and heat tat befo
; i (inn, Warden, but pity fr fatuity. They are m ci
rn Richara. moved the previous the Sea Inland Cotton in Florida lend of of and since the attack of tie Fil'aerc, riffordin the
1 vL qfltiOfl. Affray.A C. EU\AV Sunn, II W. C,ai..I Sccrctarv, grown : under th< men gross grovelling purposes. opinion
,, l i B' '' ilr. Hunt I wnh to propose an amendment ns In Wn DF.MIAM. II. W. Grand From my owu kmwledgp, the cotton of Florida ia ba*< instincts and narrow vision. They are but \ of the Spaniard, a sufficient guarantee for the safe
i Treasurer
?, ':t'.tJ. 1 liinp. vliiob will make the resolution more iicccpt'c difficulty occurred near Tallnl.n<> on Monday IAM an excellent and desirable! quality f>r the hut blind! followers of the b iad. ty of that possession in the event of war with the United -

to the ( uppcnen <-f t.e bilL evening last between Thomas Catkin" and Trov Ff -" A. II CMCKF W. Grand; Jlai'hal, it has been sent tn the market in a craply iVr.ner.or knotty ( To avert the throes and convulsions which mcat in States. The troops there are now armed with rifies. -

: ilr. Sage mivd resotuti-'ti be laid on the table. roll, both rilirrns of thi* Covnty, in vhichFeirdl wa C. BiicV., Grand Guardian, eomlitiim, which has greatly dimini-hcd it"? value. I evitablv f. llow this infamous act. we have labored instead of the wretched fiint musket, rpwards-of
Mr. Hunt agaia rose to make a pioposHion.Jlr. and! shVil labor and last resort to this end, ifl old which their at the
slot ball throrgh the bieret. Al last J. ilcDoccAti.. Gi&nd; C n'!ucor.' have seen some Florida cotton ele-am-d and f-r-pared as a twenty years were weapon
a pistol
c t.:4- '' Craige jccted,amid ci its of hear him htnr.iT by accounts __ by the 3lacCni thee gin, and which cotton, i b<-!ievh.i..* there shall prove to be a majority of the House, in time cf the piratical attempt above referred la-
r: ; the wounded nan was alive, but little hope' was --J- --- Iwen rjcie??ed in value by that proparati-.n; to the favor c.ftie tinal Consurnmatioo of this scheme we advocate There are also Paixban guns in the batteries of thee

,,Aw: : ilr. Hunt. The pentleman compels me in tAe had of his recovery. Gakins gave hirrstlf up awl j is The Know Nothinrs- i-xtwit of twenty per cent. That this gin applied tol' the determined *esstarce of the minority to Ma::a. end.here) u no reason to doubt that a stout rie-

"S. und whicli I would tnt; 'tberwit' talo. Th* re- nor: in the bands of the Sheriff. We f..rb'ir eonraent A I Iltcr from Hoston in the Charlet'in! t r.i rVjii \ Florida cotton, would) be a great advantage, dues not that Cinisunrmaiion. This bo!J anda3tccn tinder of lh* sentence wus lost in licafeniiig eric* of admit ei a doubt." upon the cause< of liberty and ti progress should be |\ Spaniards, although they may possibly not overri/
' ,rier, <-rdcr." *, as the matter will uadc-igo judicial investigation. sa* that a nv and i wcrf'il rnr'v i* 'rnincr V tlir<,irrlii CJ i mot l.v' r-nrtlit-i-n r .nrpspntntires in Congress in the their own military mlrr arid Tr.eenn tf tfffpr.erI rrciei.
'
fi. ilr. Crnue. I lk on the jrcntleman n? p factionanJ ut the North, &n 1 it" ut'ii.lx-r!, a-j;m, i.t !.uly. It !is ;sfiiit with;which; freedom in its most !lofty m..od ha |I rate the prowess cf their anticipated enemies. Tkeyjottly

. + i I declare him such. [" Ordr, f rkr."J the .h! I N.itive An.rriean paily L'fltaied. and n<*wly Cultivating Strawberries. ver resisted oppression It is a solemn diuy which enough observe that the successes of the Amcficans -

,* lit'f.'rfi the result t.f the vol.- wa* anno'icccd, on Jlr.2c Washington Items < hii tened :. the Know Nothings" I tL'-iL th<- I Ahont a tear ago the Friend's Review, of PhiTa- d.uivc! 3 upon! them, without agency of theirs to Icing ';r in their wars with the degenerate and unditci-

motion Ilr. Hunt Mithed to say nurd p ..rtal TifE SoFTb"" f.f Enn'EA.-Y4sterdav. in giving j Jtlphia, contained the fullo-ving note fnm n corre. :.Tout the crisis that enjoins their action. We know pined Mexicans are not to he taken a* an argument

E -.. to hU fvelinjjs.llij : ; the) nimcs of the Ni-w Yik .S'.ftV' ('.f tuiiu :u! e t.nfntliir.ritr in the ri..irc] e (a xilize. They j jkuidtnt iu Baltimore, (we ix-lieve) who had been that it ;s easier to shirk it than to discharge it. But that they would be equally successful in na attack oa

4 4I' .. Speaker asked whether it was the unr nimousI House) who FO far tuetain the Nebraska bill v.e acri- liavc: within the hM fur r.ion'J.* ctahl! shed thieckly in so clear a case, it were culpable to rtfiise to engage Cuba. At the same time, they hardly take sufficient

*. I al h cf the Ilouse.Mr j lentallv omitted that of Mr. W -Mlro..kh< it turning c<. ij. wspai-ore in Jlut.ii. and th* laip Lt'. h'ea exceedingly su vc sful in cultivating the strawberry. in the nlv procedure which gives any hope of arre ti'ig ly into consideration the tenacious valor tit the Anglo-

$ ; Craige. J object on the same ground as I tc>ok Washington on J'ichIirt., )hu q ;ul >cqueiillvloted In TL ( giving the inoile by \vhi.-h! the success was attained the Iiifimf'us measure. For whatever results Saxon race-the expert rifle practice of the American*
Whir JMtinvd to thtlr rani. '
fire.ilr. with the (fn"cnd of the bil. nn cvrv divi i .n. : eon! over yiixe i We I late io doi.lt it is all he rerresents it t. be. iI hhall. follow such a course we cheerfully court our and their abundance of wealth, that great element of

Ilcnt. If the grntlcjncn fr.->m North Camlina I Thus there arc five of the ci iht f .r it at tl.i* tin e.I cnn ic'l the unicipnl eh-c-.Ions ij: New D <]f"rd.altm I Thoreh" know, nmlhig nbi ut magnificpnt s-har of the repf.r.sibility. Whatever that result succfrssin war.

,* %{ *taatizfs me ns a farti'u-itt }bp speaks a f.dMhwKl. I I The] ) difficulty! Mwetti 1eFcrs. Hurt' and > Fall Kivcr, N.-vi hurt j-u. ai.d ther hrg'1: cit- stnwlif-rius nail| the inirncnse qr.antity rf them ra -ed sliull! be, we ui.hi-j-itatinirfv ny let it come. There' To any but Spaniards there can scarcely be a tad-

; ((4. 1 nod exclamatioLS itr. f -several veaij past, in are greater evils than n conflict between two parties ow of duult as to the fate of Cuba in case of a war

a tk ilr. Craig I will txeieise my rights and will c.i1]j tveurrcd take it for that the the f ..rJfsi. ., :,e..I l.y m( ilin stiet." 'Ilk.: t.. i:: the !Ipjri-lativ* branch of the Government-greater between Spain and the States-supposing of course,
to-d.iy, v.e gim.ted the head f oereitv alteirs-f..r the may
gcntletnr.n Io rdcr as soon ii& I would afiy. b..dv. ll puleJi < worthy day. r j know the I'Mci-s-jby. uhi<-lfl cultivate them. I tils than ti'iupi>raiilv blocking the wheel of public I non mterfrecc* on thee part cf any powerfal ally ot
appbVdsiboit
'Sc. <: un h'istju.diiig -at o cl.alliig actually j-n-j-ed la-t I* will known to be a intive Anieriuin in politics, although ) ailiir*. ot than producing a shock which shall!! precip- the former country. At the same tane America
fveniti iiinirert.. We trust the inatW 4ne.a wtt-k f T three time, ci>n nienciiai whi-re t
M
Mr. riur.f. If the fictLn-I) may ftil! of home Io their would not undamaged in a conflict with ttis
gentleman cay I nm a l i.e settM without and !I-e cvuld hiari1hit. called with pn>pnetv n the grct-ii leaf.rst I le..ia I to jtait. ainl t-uking thel.i > iatrlv! send the members Congress escape
meeting that
r.fr 4, he speakswhat is false bfjre God and the coun- cc-re fii'Mids, ut both a will kayo nn elloit prfsun untrit-d 10 prevent cii. .'hnvtc _nfJiii'%." Fol'ntirg'! the example of nwslgreat t applic.iti! 'I) ju-t bffur th plants! were in full crti-tittients.thf fatal And and clearly far-reaching among them in our estimation of the comparatively covered feeble with country.prUateers The under eeean Spanish womd co*("Mqnicklv **
-V. are consequences
ciiebetWLfii them.Cnu bi! nn. the fjll-in-inLT parti n-of nitrate when p' AMI
'Daring the lloqny there were dfaffning cries r>f parties they neqii e'-"lrcnt--the! native-* pawgeof the Nebraska bilL We urge therefore and American commerce would suffer greatly.
if. h.tub.-r "alts and hl e-wln.! euh
of
rW> f n2cr.. The tJj.erJk r banged with his hammer I ix Cnvr.r.fe.4 -At this monr-nt tluee f.. rlhof ; have split into I two fj'tii ns-r-nc. h body indigently t ( f anuice'niL of one pound ; n: unbending determination! on the part of the northern I at the last moment, when all hope was lost, I Mf

4 -alliij on the! S..rgeact at anus to interfere, to prervc I : the inrinltre of (Totigrcss "t Imth lloii< s, r.ie | di-'luinvng (lie np.lhIii.u of "Know Nothing?," nndallg in irate Jhirty<> t.dli-ns tvf otram i quarter or i liver a pound water.-dissolving One third member', hostile to this intolerable outrage and demand believe that Spain wocld emancipate the slaves and
ordtT. The Sergeant-nt-ai ms seizing Lis ma<*c ; though- f.ivfrf the acquisition of Coin 1 bv th.- tliit.l *. j jw.ii of them in be-b.ilfof Peace in behalf Fieedom abandon the Wand to them sooner than see its darling
th nilvrs Jh Trhcn the
< (irler cf I'nitcd Ar.Hrii'aoV' applied at a time and! VMther?, was *
r>f.iHir*. huniej over tO ilr. Hunt, und tlie cxcitenicntFul : Strtes, includii y not nly half the MitfNbra | in behalf of Jnalicc and Humanity, resistance to the ; posses. k ka Democrats nt I I.a't but are led "n by a grad.inte of the New Votk lost ., )-> J "l a ttt.! The Speaker then cacrtei his j p..w-> i many ai.ti-Ntbra-kn City : ,.chi the lie lat Better lii.it nfu-ion should ensue ; better that prey nod flonriohSng possession into
t-r: to require gentlemen blending in the aisles to take Whigs.- HW. .Sror, May 16. ti.tionn ISlac-kwt-ir; l-'and. the noti-ikusNed 15uiit j If >K i ji preparation.that a iinte-is! gruwtli well' (.f the jovnj di-cnr-1 should rci.rn in the! National Councils-better I ambitions and encroaching Republic which gives it '0
'E a vi s ro rapid supplied"xvi'lii tenor
:; :.1' thi-Ir The vote not taken ud! brnk in wild disorder- much uneasiness. I infer thU at least from thee
.' scati. wa on the Nilua'-ka F.ill la-t line. More hinn tha'i l .n. tt will accrue to a paitv j w.iter I the SUM VIiI scorch them. I l that C.Ccrr's she> up nay.
i The result cT the rot on laying the resolution, en t Mr. cf Ohio, : nre< a coinmi'ii b"tt.-r' that the Capita! Itself sliould blaze by the torch of conversation here, and I doubt not that the S7'IP'ianls }
r4 Saturday. Campln-.l starthv] the Jf.ti A ei! >ninu? such a man as a leader. | vaif: MIjxt.. jmd made the tij>pli ati .n towarJr stimulated their defeat 11(1
the taWe. was announce 3-yeas 05, navs 131. I IMr. of the incvndiarv.. or fall and bury all iU inmates beneath their ingenuity, by
wasibt1ILIeofIai! Mr. Rige"nnJ: Mr. C mp- by a motion to apply the Wilmr-t IWuo to the The il-fi-flifg! rotst.d i by the f'lonjuljjntion of the \ t.atesheu-nfter f..nrd out of the Nelra ka and Ni d' hn nrces-itv of iliirging otr the b>d r setting it out fiIHW. We feel that such state would give the Americans a vast a.tuof
?.4r. bell severally moved that the )H >t'>e quitted
4. ilr. Faflev tnoved that the H-mse Jjauni till Monr si* Tetritories. It was finally rejected, it-cci-iugoily ly bt-twtMi theiifctites.1 an I Cdthoi! une of which, better (than tho -f two cr three old.as But you these convictions are shared by northern million, and trouble, even after tbe last European this had soldi
yean | mind has unrestrained is shores The sensible men in country
more
C. 'n xL Negatived. 56 t against 131. that wherever the northern action -
51; votes. in ChelM.i, was rat hern serious t.ffair. It dby must be sure and keep the weeds out," into the
An ther unsuccessful rnfltionr. made to adjourn. -- wn cau < __ and utterance it will declare them. In pursuing that Cuba must, sooner or later pass
t 4. (fCrieK of '. qiies.ti.mquetjorit* so Id. terous tl.Ht p -rin Africanization of Cuba- the jirearhin!? of an od 1 genius known as thee J/r. 1'ieritt-- the course we indicate the Ir.t-nus cf freedom in the possession of the Stales; tt they admit it with a fee!'

!* the lobbies rushed up t'J the bar, sujposmg In tie Senate ontbo IGth inst., ilr. Mallory r f for .. Ang shall late asi.s
resignation of JI.n. Edward: Everett ns U. S. Scnat.rfioin whatever form that the change of owners occur as
4 believe m support
; ; there ilr.was Wjtnhbunie.a Cght) ) of Illinois raid; FOinething) hot Lit I Ip iJa submitted a resolution recpfctit'g the ci.t'teinpla- S. Orr. He dresses very tintat-tiealiy, and when lie Masaehu ett Ill heaith U assigned ns the 1 shall. rnd.be demanded siswe We devoutly urge them t.- befaidiful | > iMe. and ihe prize be dearly bought by the con

: drunued in deafening cries of "order ted Africanization cf Cuba, with n view t to its r frrnce wishes to ceihlect an nudir.ce, he blows a trump* t, to their trust in this great emergency and toegititletitly querors. _
was The
-i'e ques-J cau e. resignation is to take effect in June. It U _ _ _
ti'irt." to the CiiiuDiitti-e ]IM'itioiis hut probably in imitation of the genuine Cal,1 let." The rely a poplar svmpathy that will
( lu Foreign ; itr. upon
thought that the Hon. Rufus Choate will be his suc Sueli The Six New Steam Frigates.
'rL: The Bpeakcr call cessor. the of men who will hold It is understood that the Secretary of tfyo Na JLj-
: *jut-.liou till quiet wa' rrU.rtd. Cidis (>f the ; filth the en'.rmiti\8n course will secure support
lime. The resolution was in these words : ujK-ii tUir religion, 1-ut 1 **' in the *
SB*
., llon e were mnde and motions to adjourn nibmitted I If ; f' their live* cheap in the maintenance of the righteous determined to build one of these ships
13 quick n'lTMiion, like the irregular firing of militu j. Jiftoletd. That the recent acts and rleelarationi of thee Know NnthingB were on t the ground, nnd defended tir A prrmtnent ex member of Congress, of the (r e.vwe which that iniuonty is called to defend.lU yard ; another in the New York yard; a loinf *

,iit IrHiners. Ctie of "question, question," broke forth the Ct.bnn nilh)
;, .t. tp p willi reached: vig"r, nnd amid the uoiy proerdiigs pat-t policy with 11 kcnoo i to that i i&ni'! ', are two th<(u a-iJ people nre said to havp participated, n tour through New England, reports that IM1, of Mate if M'urJ Cir.-The St. Lnui HnaUI and two iu the Norfolk yard. There are two *t\.B.|!
donian J for the ious LJr, lUchai d- calculated to excite the ju-t appreheiii-imis c>f tinCovernnicnt the National ready under construction io the Portsmouth Py '
thp pre question on } (the Irishmen were driven from (the Mr. Ciittenden was present at
0 inn'. re'lUiJt3! va seconded Vy IIL'ehUf.tkti.fl. of the United Statit. of asitihdesign gM.und.A Tennessee, and Him ton. (If Tcxau'. are the f.ivoiiteI I cats that vard'-tbe Santee and the Franklin. The machinj

p' 1 4. Mr. Goodiieh niovoJ t41 a.ljo-in till to morrow, a-id I It to throw Cuba ultiinittdy into the 1irids of its nf rofMipulation I candidates, u-'pcctivi-ly, uf the Whign :uid PonuKTati I Medical Convention iu session ia that city en the Gtb for one of them will be constructed in the *

I 3 : ).!r. Va'bburn.. of Illinois, moved an adjournment till and to revive tin-re within a few hoinVs.ul rir Wn-hin-ton fetter MJH. the Ne1rasla Tail; ; i that legion for the ne't Presidency. If Mr. H.ll ; inst inn! ndd#: yard, that being the only Government establLsbmat

.1 WcvInes1y ; both motious voted down by yca jiu -a result which the Vnited States will deem 1 lie invited to take a sent on the platform along ent its capacities in that line ar
nays, whig State cnmrntimi will meet only tan lays throd l of MasJuchusetts will be non.InateJ, I th mciMer1
WanUflirnc, of Maine, askcJ leave Jo introduce alike inconsistent with their progress, their riiospeiity prob.il.ly : with the President of the Convention, but the very as to justify the attempt to cowl' tc be
resolution.Tlw and! the civilization the age. after, nt Plttcbing, an 1 is to 1 be cguidizeJ. j-Tx.lhl, fr Vice Ficsident-or perhaps Ogden Hoffman or intvrrnt his name was announced an universal shout necessary for one of tboe vessels. H ineyI ars

n I. & Spenkrr sid H wa not h order to introduce n The resolution was subsequently modified and a- by n new p'.litieal c unLinntinn, foe nied i ut of ititi Ne- George Wood, of New York. ilr. Fillrnore, he U in I I of" N" I" was sent np. n.iagled with hisses and stamp- promptly built and put into that CvOflfliSeOO.I the machinery. far the

*; new subject uf lcgii l tion, while the House is acting greed to. brn 'ka tlenunts whly, (lenioriatic and alxiltiiin. f -mud, does tint wish h to have his name used in con. inc <>f feet nhich dM! not cease until he left the heal! I We take it for granted bycouetmctinderthe5e circnzn.

a.i i n matter under a .u.pension of the rules.Mr The fi:iff of the Wihimt proviso It to l lie hung tnt, and! jjecti-'ii with the next 1 residential canvass ; but will On the same cvenirg he attended a medical ban others inut be under Uwit suh stipulatione'of course, ci wit!

I Wasbbunx:, of Maine, moved to lay Mr. Rich- The A*}>rtt vf.i/aiit at Wathington.-TIi > Star DavidVilniot will be selected the etandan.1 l quet, and Wa' evidetitly! anxious for an opportunity to I stances ; and successful biddeN irfll comply to thee
ns
>ear- leave the Hold clear to all the liquor. the
that
competitors sit his in the insure
ardoo' resolution on the table.TLs ays : "Ihe 1 Nebratka-Kansat bill is stronger before offer some explanation participation case, 1 the pensltia
decided the motion out of order. crf the new party. This will be.the commencement, but m> unity was given him, and no notice taken letter with their engagements, erpay
Speaker oppoit
&
.3. than of last week hear further the ice5.
Jlouse We
the
to-d3', on Monday evident Pierce id saidiuleave invited Ex PresidentFilhnore ,
moved call of a new political era and one, of hint the evoking. tobesgreedUPn.
4 Mr. Saga a of the House. perhaps, inauspicious during oftb sd
The Speaker Mid there was au express rule against Messrs. Grecly, Sumner, Campbell, and other well for the public welfare. The pnru-ntous Culn question to Washington, to enjoy the hospitalities Of Mr. Crittendt-n will doubtless take an early opportunity -, retary 'ilI, if possible f the most, have siKceesfid the advantage pntate stcsxMP

4 Jt pending fcctim under,tbe previous quotion.Mr. i known very ultra Free-Soilcrs hating fuiily sueceded vill be ripe by about the fame day, juid the Cuba the White .house. of vindicating himself from the attacks which I' builders rictsome iu this c> country, io superiotending these '
Haven wi hcd to have a divii.in, of thequettiiw. in ioipres ing the country vith Ibo undtislanding I that"
it wifl be insure
that to
will then be
foray commenced. In fine the have been made hU character. sel*. We presume
the) resolution involving a postponement of thee thai ojijxisition to it is the great Fic-c.Soil paity card.In pre A circular of a haLo ilute from Cunton elates (that on modern inoprowemebts, known to, the art of W
out month will not close without uf Ward the murderer a card and asks a the
order. developments a publishes
podal this they have not only cooled the ardor of the Japanese have announced, their determination to chant steamship building, -which toay be appli&l'
$ Th< rnAJn question war
} 12Z 2. half a dozen northern Whig members who dislike the throw open their ports to the commerce of all foreign to steamers
tNOhltinn t J Ca5 nrs -* be acquitted is laid! before the public.A of these new Steamships at.W45'ttoil
M'. \YMlitantv, of Alaine, moved to Wy Mr. RichunlsonV bill, (Silver GrayV,) but have determined some ; fw/.-It by late news fiom Texas nations, but that a year must lapse Itefore any treaty was Star.A .

motion on the table. Northem Democrat who TVCIC at least waverim? upon appeals or privileges can )bo. tucide'. This concc cion oil the
j decided the inottor. out of order.! says tli Snrannuh .A'nr*, that the IodinDfef4 dmlr A letter from Washington says that the Atlanlic -
The After: Sneaker in exciting melon at Z& o'clock the first part it, to vote for it hereafter, through_ thick antli bin." hio&ilntiiir morn bold in flioir dprr.t.t..... < \VTt. part; of Jnjwo i* rntd to l ho mainly due to the \isit of trom- our jwmwirr ?..... Pn TR\iT o, Sm CBAB.LES NATtXL'An Eo11
brought no elespalcue
I vii T Mr. R el.jrdson'e resolotioa to close debate on the -INDUSThe. Miutienota, Cutbenotoruu8Scnhiiii1eebkf.1sogaour Cum. Perry' aqvadroiv U is thought, however, by which we infer that matters were no paper used a rather free pencil in the &llW ( :
I SMALL Pox AMONG THE army drid from may
Hill 4fl* Saturday next was adopted some; lint the oucsjou" willuot ba fulfilled with fot' tbkk hf
Nebraska at nooej of 4' with R fr.
farnvr
.1* tau j4.pay&L. Th iecond branch of his r s- Democrat, cf the 26lh ult, eortams n report <-f Dr. T.T officer to much trouble iu the Florida campaign, but out another visit from the tare and tripe4. worse at last dates than'before. TU indemnity and A trenundportoo toulurg man eovewd, with snuff 1arge,' '

/.luuon! pott poning the eonsidiiraUoo r>f the Pac4 tie Mann, who had been sent out by the Governor of who. hiM for teveial, years resided in Mezicojiet j over *SOO,000, demanded 'by'Mr. Souk, WM for the *Vp like a two flap of a saddWand Btotas UDc1 1triebiatoryith

I .' Railroad Bill, till tJi* 2th insL, wa euheequwitly a. Minnesota to TaecIuuaUj the Chipppwalndians, among tlie bolder, occasionally sallies KCTOM tie late and t-: The Star says, the news of (ho exp'oil cf tl.oBritUhftnd ,pZ ceiyo of the Black Warrior; he not knowing at nobead.
.1 reed it'. by TOM 12l.-t, >i vs 5S. nd tIe House at 6 of their itoek vessel had been given! by the
rob people sail other the np his
whom the email pox was raging with great violence. our property, French flovt before QJ< sa, hits created the time that aithougis

o'rioek I! adjOreLi_ convened M y n Mr. Max The party.found, that the disease had made fearful with perfect impunity. The Leatitj IIouw Tuesday
When tie on ( the
In he. i is upheld s&utItit.Lied in his l inid by tjit, been communicated to Mr. Soufc since.nnd platen
hire
repWirtstive'fKHn th'u state; who was eutitlodt destruction. one bamHifty-sovcntiad perished.The rogntry any single buccaneer crjprirate armed clip cou'.d have f, cts wlpisoe1othee te h& beet

veil, ttfl time cf tU eorameocomcnt of the I'tdiitus acre almost frantic with fear and. Cfad: Mexican wngmtratei.' Wi'd' Out appe tivtolM the accomplished quite ns much any \vhcro. That i; have, no doubt had their trefght and influence btck.withen'appeI.bi4 c sllatup id ti* O4b'1iewsMcnatbuttd

; (lie fl r and lf ini.kcslts coruraaudcrui chief of nil the Indian tribe es tha !t. boweter, that Mr. Sale will cinia awy.ai24b1
., uf the pestilence, so soon as 'nppviirnnce hare thrown a fw shell i into a fuitin d sea port, and It probable
tei
MuF i.e wijl* ppoiebts V shall bs be.ffC in a loJgc, the doomed victim u abatJ Siocd to nnthi.Westrrn" frontier, and consequently should be thus bum R private gentleman's Lome, before tatting fcom j iad< bt n candidite for the TJoiUi SUUs Senl ; *
n ;t.. favor. av rrmnrs 1.
the l -
levied al'ta I lUucl Sutu. Napier.'iir ,
lita fate. I sharply a hasty retreat. aLt.
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AEEIVAL OF THEXUE02A.tMfORTAKT *Waned i< thus cLoclced. _!-. -=. r- V______
are gratified In the isro-
For f barleston.MIS .
SEWS FKOMTUE WAfl.raziee hicli this veto -vei tbut the publicJonwin Uat of Letters 1'. n. CWCHLOW, 3. T. I1cnLow. 1. X. OUCVLOW.

New Tons, May 1 9. will no longer be given away ia every conceivable Pioneer Lin* between tie Gulf Ports REMAINING in the Post Office at TaHalousee no

American Fk'h' ineuuit1 of Lxrers cu suggeat.-PAi. find Charleston baling b-en discontinued, May. 1854: T. H. CRICHLOW
Rwral
m3 Kortb Man
]n--f.li: steam d- tlw r te It-Is Lave been substituted, and eon ve; Alice JSmcVAvtdWsn
The EuroIi.. CsVNiel Shaonco, fir Boston. with _ will be furnished for all produced intended for Charles (? ) Jesse Atkinson, R At V
,'Ip the 6lbto of isv j k1 DMm. Nel on Arnold! ,John Anderson R J L _
Armstrong
dn P oI Waii ton. Agents for &
Oy high Prices Extract from cam* at Newport. McNaught Or _
Juhn Adams.
Mess*. D.nn5stoon 4t Ca's circular of the aettcr mond; Cedar Kevs, E. It. Riehari4; Tnmpa James HEW SPRING AND SUMMER FNYyGQODS. I _

,ae$ 10 Liverpool for tht **ek closu Waabington correspondent cf the Tennylvanian McKay. TtJNNO, PINCKNEY
: e Th steaUQ?* departure. were 34,000 bales, at pnbliih d in Philadelphia, dated 20Ui ApUaet M*y 27, 1854. 3w 21 [SemineLA'oticc. ((6) 'n1en'Btitrer. ((4)) ]) J ,. -V. -r ;
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q3otatiODJ. it : : I liyrd. ((2.) E Blscklidge Jiin J3uckner. P L Barlow \ V y
41 ((2.) 1) L S Byraa. ((2.) Reuben .Brothers. IIII Butler, T CNDKHSIGNKD wcmld most respectfully nU the atWtbo of tb. LwB N M fJMtlMitn W.TlTTi.
Fi'it Orleans ..Bid.UiJJling Marketing in Wasnington just now is high enongb M rs. Mnrsaret L Bates Jamea Tff bassee and vicinity to their large and beautiful MMrUnent of v V i ,.m. 1:
Orleaui.t>fd.rjur to collapse the most bloated purse. Mercer potatoes SIX weeks after date I shall make application to Churchill RuiL t JC.Mrs Mrs.-Bruce. V V 5.c .

Uplan .. .6td. ire selling for ?4 jr butbel. lloosters wbicli mmtI Commiisioner of P
i1i1g Ur" . .. .r4.d. ) T crowed during the late presidential cuinpnijn Ln nil Warrant Xo. 42914 for 4U acres issued in favor D D Cummines.H Cards, Theo's N. Creudall, (:S.) Dr Recently purchased in the cities cf New York and Philadelphia by an experienced buj r; iou I I1Ifl.O4,
have decline with all!) the vigor of mntcre of Gideon Morris, Georgia Yoluntrtrs, Cnjtain Wn- ((2.) Heiran Coble.] S E Clnv. <(2.) J
)trer prai-s' a farthing to five jcar*. readily bring fifty M Cox. Dr D D were purchased for C.4,1. en'ir'ly, they feel assured they can offer facilities; io this mai'kct hfchtrtonknovn V
Tue while the better qualities continue firm.cents oaelu Butter, as strong !.s Samson, forty cents IcyelteuJ1s. 's Company the same buying seen mailed to me John Casou, AV CuiiHJnguam Carman W Cowart, W A Carr, To auy and all who are at all skeptical, we would most respectfully sayR.call sad examine for yoesis1-

'rizLt. (j.mj-ACo.quote Middling Or- 1 pound. Thin trrapgy. t-tiinued beef xvhicb no lion from New Yoik, and lust on the way here. Chirk. Jame Caruthen, Douiel Our stock couswts io part of the following, via: v V t
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1oirs. Esir L'i1ans 6. t st I' !nn ylvaiuau vould Wk at, commnnd* sixteen JOHN M. SMITH i I *. 'S
l>.-J "W Dtrriti. ii Ladies' Dress Good Gentlemen's
; DubMe
$ at : John B Clothing.
tfl taken 4000 bale* were equally divided cents n pound. A good-plzcd turkey robs you of a May 27,1854. 21 Davis Wm DeCorce, ;
Washington Daw kins
orthW or* and erpoiters. |uarVor rafjle. Apples from the stands feklifrornMankee R ICH Black Brocade Silks, JCH Black Fcb'CloUr Coats, "j ,::

rade i 13 witbout change.I six to ttrefrt rrn/ each } Th** slcik a*>d t'U!! fed citi- Quincy Male and Female Academy. j;.-Joeiah Ellinor, (ti do Fancy do do s. Blue do do do V

I has further declined Cd. o Is.-.-. z -n' r
FtuU1 Ill Tunal cWd at 86*. Gd. io S7a, and Ohio at tlu-y enjoy. June and end ou the lad Thursday in Oetobcr.e h hand.! R J Fleeting, W J.FerreUT FerreU, Capt W Plaid and Fancy Summer Silks, do do Queen. ClwUi doAlpaec _' :' ,

TvoU'i* firm ilh White' at "iL 4d. Corn A* I w rit<-, I the rain i U descending f.ist and fuiious. Thts. institution is furnished with a line appaiatus and FMwr.tS. do Plain Silk Tissues, do do do

.** iv 2 Yellow and White closing fhes climate I"1 affords snpeiiur advantages to tuticnti <>f citl'tr wx Mrs E Claw, Alex Seddie, G "W Green. do Fancy do do C do do Italian Cloth dodo V

V" xu7. .dsjnro; derate demand nt 25fc. though We regret to say, remniks the Union, Here i is for obtaining a thorough practienl education. Hoard II.-Ceo W Hawkins, FH IlalL ((2.) Mi s M F do Brocade Embroidered Silk Tissuta, dodo. do Imperial Cloth r doSkio V b
do doFancy ikie CaMimer
Pasta
It obtaitiud
in
the the ,
ix4Plne'uPoa} roaiket. Beef re- more truth than the nl including washing may : family of Hutfhin") BS Howe G.B do
b4Ier 5re jwetry in ive extract Hopkins T W.Harris, Lustre Brillunte, dodo do do dodo
Jw under modemtc the Principal nt $10 xr month For further .
> 'n !*"ee a ] particulars V
> eonsump-- T Hullidav Wm
UDCb* R-v S Ha-rison, Samuel Humphries do Plain Berages '
,
I5I$ 1kmtiJ for Pork also moderate. respecting rates of tuition ie. pee Plain Fancy Colon .do
I've' Ba- n for Ttea an.-.-.At Shnnila there l.ns; which be printed catalogue M i-s E C Harris (J A Hiywood Mrs E Hasten, do Plaid and Figured Beragec, do Figured do do ... i

( !i( FlI abMjdWeI been, nr there will ihortlyw, n militory execution, may y.procured II.STEVAIIT by application to Mi"- C E Hat-art. W T Holliogs worth. Giles Henin?. do Satin Striped dod do Black French Drap d'Ete do :
jiie&it JIaiket Rrerid tufTn continue tin- kublc for ) Pr.itcpaL ((1. T. II rdi-i'n. John Uarrii Mrs Satin V
la remitt IhcLish position of the criminal. Osmsm 27 1S54. S.lIalL A M Hair. < dodo do do do Figured Drap d"Ett Punt
Quinoy. May ,
l in moderate 21
rL" uir only demand. R.ICCr.'ffi'e at-hn.: n Tartar Turk and old soldier who) lately Hamilton Hudson. Thomas Holt, W W Uendenun, Plain and Figured Grenadines, dodo do do Corded do do do

I quiet. Pi-;* Iron closed nt 83s.: Money enmniBiided at Matchin, has by the oiderof OIUIT New Store. Win Hughe*, Jacob Hay. do do do I Black Grenadines, do do Wellington Cord do

j4 even i. re cl e than previously noticed. Ci nw>lsrj I'Asha, beon aircsted for cowardice, in the (.ice tf the 1 I.-D C Isltr, do Para Printed Adele Grenadine, ( dodo do Alpacca daQueen's

,* d st t S'i tft b8. Transactions in American BCCUrluet enemy, and for trea"onable connivance with the ene- T HE pub'crnr bus piircliased the stock of good' do Palm do do do ClothV do
l.mtcdt: and mostly at n decliue. of Hayward t Randolph and intends J. B II Johiwon.((3.) Eliza Johnson, Wm Johnson.YZ. ,
arc my's plans. After bating Ix-en degrade! and expelled keeping a .) J Y Jones. ((2.) Mirs Caroline Ji>hii8on, Louisa D do Plain and Plaid Pompedour Grenadine, do do CubmaretU d.
THE WAR NEWS. the army m the'prewnee of his tnxij\' he Las beentnken general oittneiit. His present stock is well a'or- do rode Rhine Silk do White Linen
Jr.iis.. I iah Johnson.; Jasper' Jones Wm Drilling do
ted l ami lie invite Johnson, Sr. V
all V
his fri -nd.t
to Shutnla. His execution \\na delayed byOmcr < to call and see him. dodo Painted and Plain Muslin.,. do V
The news from the East Is important. The allieHfrtrts : Gac Jenkins, Mrs Zilpha Johtuoo.K. Fancy do do do
Pa.1in Bonding couiitr to the Porte to I'btain He pledges himself to sell on as good terms "do do V
have bombarded Salina Bogharz at the mouth a as any Organclies, do Plain do do the Sul tai's assent to the execution of to eat a criminal House in the citv. .-I* W I, King. do Plain and Painted French JaconeU
t4 f the Pinube, though no authentic deUxils of the cut g do Brown do doV d* '
iitvy as reached us. His liigluifSR saw no rpIcnU to intei fere with THOS. P. RANDOLPH. 1<.-Finkney Lee, Robert Levy, .T
OmurPacha yet has signally defeated Gen. Ludr Oincr Pahha's jurisdiction, vhkh *ez1s the doom of May 2 7, 1S54. 21 r ichirt. Tbo's Lnvers.-uje. ((2)) Richard Ijrieberger.V Embroidered and Dotted Swiss. ( do Heavy Super Russia Dock da V

( Oman I'.it-ha I R Loacbmau. G W Leslie, Pinker Levy, Eliza Lastiiitfer &wf
t '.o:1aJ It i is reported 1 captured that a the French' Ameiiean brig off privateer Lands End.Gop The Governor of llatcbin l.as been arrested and iato Guj nil's Patent( Reaction Centrifugal I Elijah Lee. Ladies' Collars, &c. Gentlemen's Vettfi, &c. te&?

Ozf (lie 1Mb and iPth of April, Omar Pasha. M the lie tried by A council of war on n *barge of 1.il htreagon. Pump and Tire Engine. M.-Juhn II M'Donald. H Miller, Hiram Manly Rich Embroidered Muslin Collars, ( Ricb. BIak Satin S. B. Vest, *eiJ. '

Letter to him fic.m Gen. Luders arc saId io W B Manor. Dr J Mo > John do do Cbemizetta. V dodo do do D. B. do &
li'iid of 9I.OO' wn. gave battle to G&n. LuderF. be- ] ) to any tit nation : unlimited in re, Moushat, ((2.)D A Millino V V ?
have been seized. VDAPTKI power u J.ihn McKnT. ,} D do do Undewleeves. do Silk S. B. dodo V
wccn Silistiiaaud) Rustclmk. The battle raped fuJi _: a'ti"n ; pe-rinaiu-nt in u > ; nml. withal 1 ((3 McRaeny. Jark.Mi Mo',dy. i = ,> 4
J H Mclntosh. Merchant's and Planter's do do Habits, Collars and SJeeres. do do D. B. doFancy
tii-1v fir scvetal hours. During the nirrht previouito i Bank Dr J KX
so low in o st tint they ire rapidly superseding all I
MARRIED.On : D McLeo.1. S Manning. W do Honiton Habits and Sleevca, do Silk S. B. do .V >
the; AlUrk Ouiar bad sent a strong d'n it-ion toward otht-r*. The attention of Planters i is peeinlly calleil I MeAhip. Wra Wa.bburn,. :
the} s.a. which division during the battli. attarkei Thursday evening the 23th instant, by the Uev to efficiency! for DrainaRe.) It isn perft-ct wifegiiaid I 1 Mis S McDonald.: John P. Moore. ((2.) Mrs L L do Maltese do do < do do do I). B. do V 'k"

the RiPbiatif fa the rear, thereby caui-inj; ti emeu.Ionconfusion. S. Woodberry, t the Methodist rjicoji.il Church, a ain<-t the ill' effects on cotton and other Ii1iutati..n.q! !1 McDu'.inan., James T LIcCri ((2.) Robert Moseley.. do Giropnrc do do do Plain White Mars. S. B Vests, 'i t,_
behind Chevnandawivh I Mrs M McOrill do French Lace Habits wad Sleeves, do do do do I). B. do .
The Rus iunsretreated rain -f the Southern climate !
of the destructive
( Mud.
Mon'icclK Florida. Mr. JO>1AU T. BUD to Mi s ; do do do
= English dodo .
the 1 s <-f many s'orrs, l l.ugige and nilinrELIZABETH. S. SWAN, IK.HI of M-mticello. Gravel; and oth.T ubstnni'es do net itijnrl.| it. It i is; i iadrf IV.-Win Neil, Belinda Morris, W. Newman, Honiton Lace Collars, do do Fancy do" do do do do D.B S. B. dodo V V '4 Il,
continue their attack V
eWsts. Tbe Ruf-sim.s) on Klines John Nt im.O. V
Mint.fnctories.
_ ]>.cd for Steatni-rs : WaterWorks .
of the Tuiks crossed the Danu' do Maltese do dodo do Plaid Linen D. B dodo -.
tria. O/i the 20th April
cities 1 all itintions
'* tAde'trP y (he Russian batteries and advancecto CO.I'JIPTJOX, every body Knows i Isa for large Si7s, nn lunt.LtaCtuud cT requiring i .-Th" Odcn, Joseph Oder. D W Owen French do dodo do Plain Linen P. B.

ICatirucha. Af er haid'fighting thfy retreated to flattering: d sne. It eoi.itnenccs and prnjjH* cin S(: 1 powerful pump n.iniite from 25 -IOOoiO | l ._Jhn Pesrce. Mrs W PisUni. Bennett ras"iH. *- Mourning dodo do Embroidered Silk I). B.Gent's da ., 1 #

ti.tiKtria, t'H the 23d in pr>od order. iduou ly. that l lw.f.e
Pasuiewitch hud ordered the Russians to nuranee me a nm sc'f' ntctif. then a suIdcn exp/.sure o'ehange c.fUni 1 Pitt, Mrs R M Pagiioit, Mrs! Parri.h. do do Undersleeves, do Plaid do dodo V -
c-f U. S. No.
n Power Company 33. Hn> a
$0 farther into the D.+l rud
iraportnnt battle was f-u-ht on the SClli Ap.il.. I j f..w (llVF "' *'"* 'V"i sai'L lie V'i\'C\' did "f *' *May w 27. -1854. SM -JJ. oppo-ile, rah u R ,!>eitS"n, ('>') W H Rt.toe. Louis Robinson. J MR'.hins'ii. do do d > Collars ( Buys Fancy Marseilles Tett. "**! V ;

tt.eI the Turks and the Greek in-urgn.ts. A1In CONSt3II'TPN. nIl with' eugh "f"ii __ --. J ((3)) A II Remington. Thos Key, Labonj I do Linen Camliric HaUt and Sleeves. do Plain do sic, f- '. 5 .

,.,jtIIken by *. iu fifvk.ihi mtnt.c.: liv 1)) T11rk!. 4 ( n'11uiat.: ; ri..ild\ r fr t the ulilviIti.Tn.'ntTkic Helter Late than Aever. i Raw Is. J S Uu st-l. A J Routy, V.'m R.berfn. ; Ladies' and Misses Bonnets.
reEiJtrs th. iut i-J,- of thin f.In i-'i.-, Cl..'ii.ical \1x- Gents and Boys' Hata. '
and IaMin f 'il jiftcri : pnpf "%
S.-j (i >townrt, ((2) W J Smith. S .4 '
) O j '
xJ3 'i''alile-! : h4'r. ln ii'iMiit.!!!! i >\\.i cf MeZ'W 1-ict ..1< "I5hrry and 1import." whi-h H i sii 1 J.> 1 l. af ICE ICE I FjK-ar. Dr) J T S 1tir. Mrs C Strong, R Spear B Scott C C, i Rich Straw Cord Bonnets, Palmetto Hat, V 4&p.- ..
hatnlfig fallen ir.to tVe hai.ds if lie Tr1.L n'ul 'ilr.in cine f'>r thii rwful di tac, A] I> AZ IA Ttnassaul ilo Ufcljirade! dodo Panama dCampeachy <> V
CARGO of the genuine stuflis at iat t on ticVMV. c J.I 4iOIii sweat, R C S-jnd.iy. ((2)) Noah Sniilhwick., *.* S
w.-i ; uI.L.I hv the Al'iainnv. The] Cie; k lea-iT UNO fl i1;. the peat u-iiifdy f ir tilhair. ditae f thi .1 V 1). LADD.cv. Gtlf .fFl nJa Solicitor, Wi'i Sweat A Smith, Rev Saratj fa [dodo Huts, V .

4)) n.i" J.: I'-svJn! ; setcral:: pris ri All tl.ccor.sl MJV r i Preach Lace d t Texas Campecaby Hat*, .
> Jii. CO. l l. 20 i V
do d<> do and Satin Straw Bonnets, French do .
(! r4'ee i il <'i'ts'v blockii Ic J bv tile ; Leghorn V '

& '. :be 1. ..f 1eii 4 (il.t : l4t'vcert A ood j ( --- (irorerie.s (;irorerif-s J T.Thnt Turkor. Mann Trie*. J R Thompson.W. do Rutland Straw Honors, English! do do V j.e:4
.
4..' 1. I4 I.-; t't-: ?.nte0ji3H! < n? Nies tin- tvr olparon. ._.I'1*?.!?! Wel"h. .lamps Wilcox, Miss Ellen do Florence Braid dodo ; English Straw do 44.V

(.)r's l !.d tv 1jit eif 11i.re 3'r i rh i l'he pc.i:1: .n IWatt n wi Icn-w Meib. 1 -'ET:1r' Gn eii-s jar Scbr. Wm. 11.: Pcttcs from Wattrm. D Wilkin R W White, Mrs Mary Walla'-e,, English Straw tdo B ys Palmetto do

J; l;. iiiav Yf fs d: to bim f.r'v t.r'"rje. te-i..iH it Niplo.. 4'ru\: tbe il.r_ I ;h"i'n.l.'i J 1 W W<.)d. J .hn Wi.Iiatns. Mrs Martha WhVix. ((2)) .iiaesStraw Cord dodo do Canpeachy dodo 4V

It ii rc'1Yrtt d t1ri tje Auriu viU. (i'C.v the .i : fl'lUfli, IJtI. a.; et 1. bttV. tctI Dr. UJ.aze'i I k* riblied Side, S W Ilirn. Sataie1Vest, E Willie.. W II Wiisvii, Belgrade do Leghorn dod j

\4rni. :i :c I 5 ten' J 1..ln S Wfsteotr. Gcnre Wilon Nathaniel Whi'e, dStraw Cord and Satin Straw Bonnets. i <> Pedal Straw to! $. .: L'

:; pier n c' *c.v a'J i 11,3 portff tl-e 44 A ferrt wl-eu .Ltc d :.t the en ritic of a rtt t in Shouldt-is) Th-f Wihiarus, N WalLtr. ilo French LAC, Bonuits, 'I Wens Super Moleskiu Hall, _

;1.t,? The flataftc" are f.ttIfl.Z out a Cvc! of SOOlum :'r.I!n'' I r. :& i g I he ii 2i barrels MOKS Port, *** I'ern4 cuui-'i; fur any ('ftle alxjTe letters !t Rich Artificial Spn *. do Golden Braver dodo .

a.-t.ti: tosts to -roct.e1 zitn't: I up} 7i tie int, eitvrnr.nutt 1 i i xi-teiict, ntij
__ _-r- _- s.'iinialV dvfi.tift CUICSM> ii. the lil l L And in hl.emunijHr L 1 .4 a smoked Beef, NASH, P. M. d> d > 1 low1*, Hisses' Riding Flats, *

of Proviois. I ba\e 1 fjttd JT. .V'L'n v' .l// -r/t.
Scarcity UJ) LIII.e dII8k1f1 .tI.1 : o extra 1'l.tr, do 1115110 i Bunches of I5ud d> French Lace FIats.d .

We o i i\n VTSOU Trhen pr viIMS Vre 'rre n f. l.e} tol,i in.i ." 1 i f
U hue F i ii. !'' at t 1if prc*<" t i:1i. Sofo ofrti3"TC1iv.i5 *. (%nt-i<> I the up. ituie tf the ninuth. travel
v I h,, M'tit <.f Jiif, l'j Nv>x < 'ri.%:u.- f Tf"in. 1.: T '!:< jullot.) liVHT: 10'JIld tlrt' i.-Jiiirh, lays Ii.'l.J I ] j .f thrSTfirni.fb.il.fS 2n \li xe.i ('h'e, Cotton Seed--No Kumbug.Til Ladies1 Gloves, Gents' GIovcsV! IVAhtitfs

< <"., ." ';i', <'Xpec*..*J t" rei.ve.i tlieJn 1 t.v tin' life iiut <'if tin- iHpl'les, k'.ve. jis VUbl.U.hiskiy, KM ''Gloves, Alexander's Kid Glove., ;

V* .. !< I i :ii 1' ii'i! rceii\t* rnv bv her ; nnl I the 'ojti. rl.ir don. nnd cuuim tlieir case1 -t.- Cl.! in out < i ,','W )l.-i-h'l-l s sI ',,nii ;E; und'-r'ljrjrd, now iti Mis-i iippi but s v.n t--> i do Silk do do Silk do ?.4 ;4:. ..

-Sj.;. ': .;u-l l '. I.:r -Ifi> l bat li.Lii.ti''i : tVtti th-\ :rn.: 1 Jr.jt h a-!. ],::s 1 Ik-i-n the t fleet title i IK>X -f Tougues, rctt.ni honif, hr nu'lc arrantffir.ents with the I Iiio.t Eadjcaux Kid Gloves, Badjeauz Kid dod '4' :
.- ,','.. t.i half thv fri ht {Ti-red her.i.v i careful Puintvrin the seIcrii"U and imroicn
: i c'ty V niiif'c<' upnn J-T- < 1 il.'itti.'! 1 Lm us do Silk do t do 'SilkBadineauz -* .
.. <' lwT win.$ r1-- its, who 1 n \ iui.i % i t lit of seed t supply him with: Cotton Svd ft.r the c : 4
; > > j A n-ijhh 5r ff Mr. R.-ul ;:tf. Vr. Jol.'i Bit j ad ij.tsf 20 h1'! >. MLisscs, ,- : In-; r i.nivalof 1ii! *- v !. r. tii. fflhjI the i tV Ti-ud -itirn-r, tl.'is K'ih; trivi"i ? :.: : ROWLES. i l ( cr.j'. IT taiffi trri't Jiin li' procure th C do Silk dad i do Silk dodo V V 4t'

:. .< ni.liv 5'. '. t.t 'n 1. t .'_ nf.ir ,:iip: j ti.prr nt ,- i't*' i i. ., .1 f* tI.i rt.t ., M.iv 20. 1S51. 2') I: r->irRt aTi .1 ?hie't i' r aid will enpa e to fumUl. the Beandin'd Kid -> Braudio's Kid V V '. '-

,. Si I ir wi li.'iti. tot retuin : ft.r lli11.t:: f j. :. t i r o : 1'l.ir.ter* ( f I'1.\M li: with! better !,c t J tttan lune ever do Silk d.-> V do Silk do -,

:. I !. .'i 2i1.t jb j ( : .' 1h 4j tt5 .li..I,i.i. l.ot ln: ti\ it, hj Lc Stit.1. TL< i Tract of Land far Sale. i' !*-f..re tw'pn brousjl't to the Sfite. He will deliver Gcrvuis
t.ey % a e '! ; the r.ii Cl'4tit! \\ 4 re -.> ( oit ) IItte: a' vctuiir-r.' i- ti I-' had at. rti the sf-ed to (the i'pkr of the Planter! ia St. i'afks ii r \ dSi'.k do do Silk *dGenfs -> $?:* ,: V;
reiri it siiarinJ it out I sn.l iitiit.: : .. lIIr sv.UciiUr f.fkis fir ih-hi, .S.in DJWU I. ; Now -it, dnri'iij t tht ncxl fJl or v inter: and will +
F1'i:iy 1: sdt. :tt nI! tlii. Driit .St.r* in T.iJiLaee, and f pro'lMp La lies'SapsrSIlk; Mitts, C Super Lined Berlin Gloves. ds$4
i1, ,
i lai.'l Mi Ci C'l'i-i-ti" of .l
> ti
.iM n
L 'nz tir! ia-r-. wity : | two' certsfi'ttt' "',attc-f'e l. a< t.i tl.e character of thcar-
; t lih :-je' ii t %ir 'I.'%% SI !ti tl.t- Liii. Xi.-scs do do doIndies' do do Li 2e Thread Gloves,
It 41 .. :1,'i ;.ILII :' t I :t', .11.1 LITI ;. :,Ti t 1 'ri"ri. 1 t.i.s l s.d the i
i* !: or Sti'rrhtit4 to ss fls..t t th.'v118ve! tt f I f nn>L.1.. ;: stan< irjj of the i'Luitrrs from dodo Ganntl V.
t. 2111fU)5.i do do Gloves! half Norwaj ts *
*:tcn a1cmn< '*'' <'f TuL? grrutfr '( ar iv to reap hr.re __ _. ) !i .'it t w I l.in-in-rl I :i u-rei r.rp ficr.ifi! !. ..n los'vi... 1 f.-i v.i whuiii t-ifvnre ibtained. The kir'i!s funn-hed a ill:i Mi-s es' do dodo do fingered do Buckskin Globes ,
,
iSts fro'n Tj-ir M, >S. l b-it have 6..Id tlu-ir !Ir'iLl't -- i 1 lriJITC dodo do
ftt the l.iwest p3 *iHe jv! < a n.t I (iia. Tilth >t I.f.'lt.llilf: :.. 'tu r ,'.;;, J-.vcl \ Rrwn.. The, Iic? White .Miiicun' nrc the m*t S Misses d.> Lon; do -* >> ? a
L'.ng Sur T Silk Gloves, half fingered, do Super Antwerp O1ove.Ladirs' V' Trv5
Oarru Teluit iIljj1 ) ;1.iiII:. 4'5, jitiitnt'! ii i' .1T. Te.J-ix st. 'f J
are ryptvtiiijf irtlir ;ini \ i inn fttrflav S. i r..Iii iif'i r in MN-i-'Mj'pi ns the n.t relinbli* btock.) } do Cotton do V'P
by tl'fi.'s.. ..Tf.r.rLinil; and Wi .1 'Ji.in..l: 1 1vv I ll'i:- :ii.i 1 f*;>tt t'%'. with! : li.u.t t ; !,ti.r.! .,. N.irr f4. allIilidv bs.t will Mippv! .ithier nt the i tht rs if fK-sir* I. j Norway Gauutleta.T *
POUT OF ST. MAIIKS.M.IV : and .'Setcr! witli n variety of other art!*!**, icct as Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Plain, Corded BonJarandkerchiefs
'li;(pf *.iflo> 'ther vessel nay bo tout here from h"'ithv. I'"i t'-ini t. t.pri'v f" the toiliKT ) -"*!! Plant,"* wi-hia:.: Steil X-v OrUans. AIn1JD.: ? on the ploKt.iti.'H, r t h.ri.u1a :Lu Milhi] ; IVtojiir Court Hou e, Florida! j't-pii'1 I Ii and Hemstitihcd Plain Tape Bordered Handkerchief, Gents and Boys Silk, Linen and Cot- : .

f.tt a* we have lienrl fror/i MlllV Fl ri-Ja, t7p 15.-Scr.! W. ILiVmi' "1ti'. Lockwofrom! :Nlli ': ): -*.. j. i 1). 1 JKJL: >. i i iMalixn JO>IPII: L. DUTTON j tin Han.lfcertLic-fs Ladies and Gents Silk and Cotton Hosiery. Boyi- and ,Iisies Cottr-o do.. Ladies Brown $V
I
I and Bleacheil Linen Hose. Gents Brown and Bleached! Linen Half Hose, Indies and.Gents Unclerrest.v La ,
: -u'ltv.M.iv JV, 1 T.4. ." J '
bave ICt '
ch.etn .
the ( tf
flri'i"1t5 iif Tiri1peei iii t.1 grwilI; \r.h 1 (ts) s.iek .s ti ; I m n Uicon. i' : j April ,1 fc5i. 17
: die Moniing Caps. Gent* Ready Mad Linen Shirts and Shirt Collars. Gents and Boys Ready-Mud* Clothing 1.
cirn ) ;).-Wakulia Times, >Ltv 24tb. ii..t.r. ZM L il.. -
Z1 hiJ 7- jiir this suii.hi. whi-Lty." I lu diiit'iixekr. i Notice. j Just Kcceived i ii i of every varUtv aud Style Bonnet, Cap. Satin cud Lutestring P.ibltns. in every Color, FihmgTackle of at-
,
sujar cr'. dsrtin, Lndns 's.idiii. Feather, Chinese and I'a'.m LeafFams. Ladie& andMiises Pansols, Laceand
.
rT"HT. rnTin.ir.ti- L1. Po :: > V
Corrctpoafience of the N. Y. Herald. I CLAEt I .0 Jli.Iji'r; --or : Yt n'v N"' (brl..s .;iiique S'arf31xitiiia Tam's.! Greiatstte SbawI.VLitr Embroidered Silk ManteScarfs! and

WA nt\ciox, May P, ISM. May TO -r.nj.T. G.; Atier'n. II. I). D.-btm, X V I,4 M'di: 'n'i I IVinale: St-miiiJii., ") x.ill t.tie plice in S.srk' ,Javn '. '' $ rd1T" Tua'na, t"gctiier .. a Iare and ei.mrilete stock of Housekeeping Guoduf every deseriitioa ; ofwhkh '
7th, bth} an 1 t'th' l '4 Jun". Ar&onij the leading ir.nr.l of bil1! L'>i;=cf, \2i..l- } Vor! v.ith7.rj] b.ile? fjton, J do w.il, 4 ca> ;s tobuorRrtJon i % il: 1 e n ('.imicert a'i 1 !. ,i''ml. ; i i S.ick' Rn C..f.Ve, :? Tit s S. C. Hams, I IV we I'lkT '.t v. ry reduced prices.Anril Call and eiamine fur "voursctv-w. :-11
injo-jt f'r a ra'npa'rJ of thtKal parti"s for th< <"" tmtik*. 2" P-i'-s Xo 1 Soap' 10 LLl. M, s< iV.rk. { 1.1S54.: IS 2m TIIOS. II. CRICIILOW & BROTHERS."DAVID .
p j It JifT-.l.N I ,
I tis pi lU't.uiiMrii'e t to t!1.<-p-j'lic *i'ntMr. _
of 1J I find that they count UIK.II. this ; May '-').-P.ri i? Sntnm'e' M.irri. N'ew; Yoik. to WILK.I r.Llf T.dl.ihi"-. }1.I- j! in j M th"if S(- r.irs, 100 Sacks Whi: : Corn, L- ---- i4n1
cebra.a flLIlWO4 iI. Aii'l .. ; : > e..ot l to j > I' ve M. R. U in 2 I"bis" J.oaf Lard, Fire and Marine Insurance. V
hill KS tfee cbicf iiihtruntcnt fcTnebiKniU tl4rir Wol! % > -r.-i 4 C.'. \\ith :,C5 b.il/ evttir I. ji ii.1re. the S"1..H.!* >n I'lilav.I I ll.< l<:Ji. vlM 1 ), !! % c. WILSON
the JI.'uie tb '"' '>' do 1 do trjdzc iPci. bi.ixes j.nd 4 l'.l-ls. I'htJp"? (Jisi. I.'xe" Lt-mwH.
pa1 cxc p'.inj Clayton -i yarn 1 ..loii'jtkrnLst' many tIsit .M.i'ii-on! n Mr. Ca.il in i-I.Ii.au HE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company taria -
;iti4. the Senate will Tfl't n.baWv xvi'h 4 III! N.IlWhitel.'ura.: 1 Cask I'laiiriod Suar. 'T'AIIES in calling the attention ft his cnsJL T
j concur of 1 line taK-iit'* Tl.' ftiv'uii of ej i-'a'ijjj !.- 1 pe.iaute established an Agrency in Ai City, will '
tln iiuue, anl iht iow the usal rictiie ii gr j 4 d) (fl.1 Family Whi2 do Brown do'key and the public to the choke and extensive '
ui"
fIN' PORT.Win. fr.illv arc invitc-.l to fit'tn J. I I.IAS. tonitris take Fire and M
Trritiries, f 1i.rrnt1in; aliei settl.rs 1i' nmy liiv. Vistor. Craru'. R. Petti*. Ijwkwriil. L. MO-TLTT, Principal.Frtsh I!j 5 I'M N. C>. Syrup, ansortratnt ofSPRING t erms. Apply to THO. J. PERKINS, AgentApril
d1ared thiz iu.ithin : 4 hti Ex. \VincLcster 2 Tierce Cari'ina Rice,
to Ltetue ctizn t). riLt Mav2lP1. ) 15. It'54. 15 6m
ot .uLae. W------ : __ __ -- ---- ; \Vh5-key. 2>J P >i -- Tobacco, AND SUMMER GOODS, ,- 7J4

Ia coancer ion with tai.brala LiJ! the L'na"i"' :j OBTIUARY. Groceries. i 4 1-V.a. (Sranulated! and Cassia Cloves whi.'ii he has ju.t received by all the recent arrivals A. H. TVILSOX, .

till veto willlje Ecstaintd tlie n ,. I I'ni-.wd Sujj-ir*. Vea-t i''dir?, In .4."mV
.niest ad bill will aiiJ! w ii"W opening f>r inspection. the disposal
gi by UM? h mrd. and i this citeut tl.- a'u-<], \vIafl.lIl I iy cvtnirp hist: at the r ..McnccTI V i-r! arc ti'r. rewivin frnn >ew Orleans, p< r i ft d >z. Claiet \> me, Citn-n. Pipjr, whereof, he pledges biui.-elf not to be undersold upon WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRU66IST 3 I'

vii1'e cmpivcd iu the msirtaiit; 1iuiiis of th. i&- "flue fiili.'r Ietur I.iIwarrl lriilfaird, 'ilrs. 1Lzircif : ? Meanur I'niinl States, u large lot of j 1.ULnr.l! Oil, Smyrna r.iul! Malaga Figs the same teru.s, l>) any bouse ia this city. NEWPORT, FLA. ?

CA 1 J1ILTi W4e Of R. I. Jliltini fli.q.its. thar JLmenu iiles, I J t Sw >, t Oil. Star'h, Ci.ndie' I D.it.- 1' '
paitk. The S .uieru Lrakn '. 1 % the S.'ititlitru Uuon men inl La' Iigt nen t ,. 1iY. tlI .tictin );' if "hblIV: lojni i.--atfnEr'i*. Sperm and Star CandIes, choke selection ofLadies XI American French and Hughs h f>mffS, M edirines Jr
wiU1..ii ) eoniied I n 'tit 4.fr lv S'ir.'ir Cuicd IIam ,
Jie n tie iiuceui of a i'w 4em. In iIl ii tiit a Ia lv cSiPw- I1..rab4.tielItly tealrtl Lijl1Jh'.1in Port( r
I>
f1atiI irstlu 1i ii .f all TflCCS (if heart. iisitj Plain Fine Dress Goods, ,. Chemicals. Fcrfauiery. yefuflTf j
p1rtY ; : ticn iarth. of the nid pnn. a tor C&smis: lloiilut Asvirted Pickles,
Paints and Fancy Article
NirGi Vb ) jfl.y ()! 10 e&Irile in. TLe i:1an: 41rew tO lI( t iIII IOVt a(1niirati.jli Ofld rcspet Of aejbEl Xo. 1 Sb' t:! lcr and Oysters, I:8lilI:: Waliiutd, con Tstintr itt part of ,
will be fern'.ed f tflS'VC4I_ 1ir a( flai1it11i.'e. Mt-ss Fir1 ily stock being selected by myself will be warranted
pro1.ab1y ;.tra.N'rtli. 2 bbls IWf 1itIZ'le'. Brazil Nut, B.'wadrj Silks. Berate Robes.: Solid! Col'dit4 I'L$4'$
cr.z Lu .rate (trs i.ijI-re aflil the rar.k ti ] flit. (''f Y h tl1t 1iarts )ir fl1tiie Isiri(1ii'iee 2 dFuUou! Mai ket Sft Shell AhnonJs, i P.laek Silk, and Figured. as represented. I'byeieinscan rejy oogetting'

Seward free toil v1ig ; Iiy. %VIii'fl Fit tI'e f'ri t. anil ii.y, :inil a eirl. If Sugnr Beef. PiltrtH, Fancy Silk. Robes-White French their orders and prescriptions put op .with raze of ..
tiLes be f 5.iti.I t..% ;iTis 'I1IIIIII she l.ad us.itcl Seuth Cir<.lna!! Rice such articles as are grauin SELECT POWDERS twill
pill v iiay 'rrr.e4 ( tnxie SiiutLern s Ligs a l4i'5 f..fl1 I. I P-ckled Salmon, Walnut Cfp, Crape de Paris. Worked.
i the rni ,i.ire auJ Wb 'oer mm '.f the North. flih 50 L fl4'tllt I $ care aii1 it n'h i late 1iv I) Western C"in, SiMke: Catsup, Beratesnew and splendid Benige Delaines, be furnished when ordered by physicians or oth

The c.niHte 'f : ie new jeiuneratic Patty Will i'FUfl % Jt1) PXI 1liJ ahirtli.li :tiiil a luiu.l. liit rpYiliuy .. Ojta, i Rce lltfrriii'i.! S.,d.t. Su;:sir, and Butter fct\l-s. Figured Challies, ers. Having made arnmsrenients with the best Drug fl :

: ije Mr. i.hanaa. cr scue sic N.'rtLern 1e1tTY_ Ufl1til to htr. has lil his fu,1 eti1 ihu tirini:I.iI PecfT..n'us j CO; HI'bbls.' Northern Crackers, Solid Cofd Tan, Brown. Chulley Borages Houses in New York Lr select articles, I feel no hesitation .

)% S, with the ie ci! up InIlt trit1i tUIlY (lI.id! from liii Ipi. LtIll ilu' Iylit. tu '. I 4 Lernuiji 4C. Flour, Dried Apple*, Drabs, Steel*. Green. Printed Lawn. in warranting the same. 4

:i tii niirlli ii p'si1ii Ikrec wifl nt lie i tui elitr :tsi1 guidt Jiiui ui his jiIriziai&, sU( : i M. y2n, 1W1. 'no'IIODGKISS.V SCOTT. :20 Bbk St. I/mis and Dried Peaches. Pink, Blue, Black and Ti-wucs different styles. Alw. a splendid BOOKS assortment cf SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS I
PAPER and FANCY AR-
e4uiate fur the sueeson. TLt ni, t Le wcU &Y Ohio FI' ur. Niils, Candle Wick, Whit Btrajjea, Muslius ala!! kiuda, to,fcc. iV '

un-Jert..od: IJII'JI lit the CnWnft nii-1 in Cngreii.- Fortlie fl.vrr wasin f.ui.1iii I $100 REWARD. 10 Bbl*. Rectified \\TwP 1mis e*, ALSO, a full assortment of TICLES. V ,,i1 re.
Ladles and others fond of SODA
iul'e ) ;: *, it seeLui. i is qUcki'.liii5Jind: q-iite I Mlin itb l/iRhtinp; vat. 3i : rt it'' PRr1..5'l1$) .\TIOBV LI".. CliiltlrenV Shres, Laces and Embroideries. Huts and Caps, fjg a good glass of
JAMI-.S: I!. I'.ItfMlM !: C.CIVor wit! fiii'l the aboveStore the
u.1n_: .t'ugii to b. ld .v-r f T a term or t vo. (Jmi. | '' Pr"'f FUf>I' a* tn-irs! 'tis 'p.tbt all es.rthly moat's t Ii, i J.oit I 4 c.iks Bacon Si !." A small lot of Dry Good Bonnets auJ Trimminjj, Hiots t and bhocs, at as scon as good ? 3X>*
Ill .aiiil receives his !
: cf the cold stufL
OR S hn# ha J s run, pit il Ux many .ld soio* wc.uld] be tlIizIirlr' condition, but llifri-colK-vtintnil the )li HTAII: ui F1.II1JA.< 2 d'* do Hams I P. ravL> and Fans, Wood and Willow Ware supply ?*

re.rbi.ii.J i is wAuj him tlw eitiIitte of t1 ii,w ile cxhibiuJ! : in h. r ftiy :IIiiaiIit i us n.u 5> "AVHIIRKAS I I it his !.<...i, m.i.le known I.. ill -f which will: he sold as low as any othrHouse j (J loves. Hose, te., hardware and Cutlery, _April 15. 13.-J4. 15 !

*>Vu rtrict coiu tru<*tiMi, .Southt-ni tPiI51l.iLt- 1nzt.tt tTitr titK lug : :iid a i < i iu-h-, iifasilt-iii friti, ic, p- t me that iLV: STIIPHKXS.: hnr d < the C.i-h. j Ladies Gaiters Hoilow Ware and Iron, FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER %
the city, tr .
ti"af.f the leni'>ciau, *> party, G-n.iarer! i is itiilv, a* -xtoiiM\eni ni, h.r :c'ju-iintancc, tharcs that grief f *\- with the nitinhr! "f.KHxsnw'ARThasnlistij.n.lr.l ) in d--r S..ith! of ti.. st're t of C. & J. Megmuiis ; Ties and Buskins Ac., Groceries, ic., Le, Ac. i

out if tr'rt be tmc'ihat lie has and participates in that wifll-i in?. nnd i a fi itivo frn jti3iXvltir'ftrr. \<..' I 1st thrt otS. S. Knight.f' ,[ Gei tj
a-lj'iiiiiaj )re
'nVred in'. ft pr*>visiimal rualitiHi with f(.we cf the I. JWF.S M ) ) COVPTflt n' aLo. nLot dlKt: Aucti. desired to be I I And all other articles required by the country ort Ail now receiving an extensive assortment of '4",
property
htiiIz! haul shcLV acni'i t the now Southern al'innce, Departed Uil ]life, on the ICth day of April Tat. in the State of }'l'.i ida. by Mrtii,' of the ituthiority fes'ed i I II Will wlu-n "d'.cd e'tht-r: any, sri town or country. .iwn rt-fulrut. In fine our block con !sts rather in the I Cloths, Ciissimeres. Venting. Drap d'Ete, White, ;l '

f jr the porpii-e c.f rutting out Buelnnan. We vervmJ the ixtvihtli yenr i'f his ago. the Kev. DAID) S. j !" 'Ti Lv i lawv(10' ''wr.hiy "HV-r a reaJ r.f me bsniloipfl : isold, ujn.and Sat nrdars. substantial realities, than ID pulfs and outward an- Brown and Fancy Linens. White and Figured Mareilles '

:h fear, ixif tlwr !lc any tmtb in the rum.'red McIUMDE, late cf iuiucy in the State rf F1)r tin.-._:
.anltL.1tti.m U tutcn Marcy an-1 the hsri. iiainFt This mt-hiwholly event -cuired in t tl.e Parish T \ er1,1 MI,.I In* safe delivery to the SiieruI.if lliilsLoroui hI Au-t'tonttr and Coiamisaiou Merchant.AprK13 April 15, 1S54. 15 D. C. WILSON. notice, in the most fashionable style tad oa reacoca- ?
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l>ucli, r.-in: Divi and Cubbi" it will rf ult firet, in million, in the State of LouiViuji; and was iudut-cd I bvan .SllstV.NEt.sni 15 bleterme.ALSO --, wd. -

the fuf fuieurnonia.! I tephen iii nwnt! 5 u.et iii Le Li"11.1 Copartnership Notice. A LARGE AND WELL SKLKCTZD PTOCK OT
d'n-Ui'mof New Y ,rk Kati niMdeni Tlie dfceuM"! identified vi'Jt tlio of rtaik: cwnpWi.iii. hijack Lair a>vl
< Land
Sncb are tit* residential cintinseivi involved in 3Ietbodt! in the States of North Carolina South; \Vmtiie5.i my hand and th". (Great! S. al of T in UieWHOLESALE READY-MADE CLOTHING,

this XeViraxka bill. The lead'uiz t .liticiai\s eo'we-ned I Carolini: nd Georgia, having travilled for sever a1 [ S z: A L ] of the State of Fh-riln. I'sne> at tinC.ij.itl I T WILL sfll my plantation on terms that arc reasonnbleand irsUiru? in part of Cashmarette Frock and Sack I.Coat. .

Jn A. ore tot lfl W the ernt.y nUtnunicm rf year! as an itinerant minister iu llne States, during in i lIjo! CityofTnllahaice.thH17th ) I I tSeeofl1flU'iarg? Ii> the purrlu er. It AND RETAIL *. Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats. Tweed ;

the i-epeal <-f theM.."oun W. Thy ere after the the c-aily p'lition Of his ministcrm, life. Hi" fii.ninu day M-IV.: A. D). 1S5J I lic in Jefrn-on C/-unty, Fb, eighteen miles East of :DrLt7ctINs: acks.. Drap d'Ete Frock. Sack and Business Ojats.AJpacca a

firmttit I of a new nrnl'! jviwerful party 'p'Hi n SQUIIt have the Con'-iiLiiU'n of-knovting thiit he was fully JAM IK E. BROOM) E. Tallahassee, in the m-i hboi hood of Waukeenah. It Sack and Business Coats, White, Brown aod

*t ni pJatfjrm, and tutu fourteen S..utlicru Stitus t/i tiifct his last C"iiflifi, and the nr'untnc prepared <> r>f Governor of fl'r Ia. i. choice land aud in g-o-l repair, with two hundred UNDEIZ TIIE NAME AND STYLE OF Fancy linen Coats. Black Drap d'Ete and Summer

siid .Jabnx.' they CXP.Ct to carry tl.circai lidutrf..r
the FieMden-y. if nut bef.relh' jw.ple. nt Wt j it, that he die] i in, the triumph of the Ciiri*ti.iu faith- Sccf tary of State f'r nur1I'. ANDERSON PEELER. They will be pleased to see their friends White md Fancy Marseilles Vests, Faner and Plain

the Hou.e. cf Repi-J-enUt-vr-; the South i in il, j j Iu the d-cens of tlu in ivrIuaI. wieietv Iiai ht anH May 20. 1854. Z't Rt May MM *. 18 tf and patrons tit the old stand of E. Bat nard, Silk Vests,Shirt, ColUrs, Craruta. U ndersLirts.Dr w-
Jf a' with, t Sortl.prn States e-en the two .nn1.! uwiaUe suad -- --- .--------- JOHN PRATOR1US.
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membei-ihe$) rhi.rch :- ; iti L ----- Jr. sirn of the Mortar corner of Monroe erA .
1. v. can cuact Uivir man. c.icJj State liaihs Ul '! --f'"l NEW YORK. Notice. 1*
t.o '" iniimtt-r. and hi. faiuilv the i-h' -md <--l, t( and Clinton stref, vi here they will keep April P. 16S4.
? IIe.-; 'f their duLn(H.tir crcie.\ \ iif-tice I shall! '
Ronthcrn FKIKND.r BREWER & CALDWELL -4 Ix[ months efler the date of this a full slut1 general assortment of articles appertaining Look out for the Engine. *
tr-en say tl.ercf., the bnxisf or n'wiij.f l, make application! to tl>p Ju.lge of Probate f.f MadisTrti | to their line of business. and solicit the patronage of
is a perfect anloo ia i the Sost1i. 'Il.t FSTEDIn Vcrnnri. SUCCESSORS TO CENTER k adminitraI HE subscriber bus for gale aeJE3TGINE. estiJ. i
XetniiiiaaJs.rLtzAnrn', II & CO, i C, ur.ty, Florida, for my discharge as V their friends and 4lie rp -
the N'ortli tt&v bave tu many eani1at's rs 1Ir A. IN.. (l ( ) 4f itriil CIirliitt.. II: ', GENERAL I of JohoColeman, deeeaxtJ. public.E. BARNARD, Ja. mated at ei htT'five horse power together with

r1"e. In any c. nlin jency, if we carry the cluetiiin! 'iI : SII l.'rii in Iruuiw ii1 Citnit f03DIISSIO.MKIU'IliYTS: V A NS ANDELL, Adn'r.May G. TROUP MAXWELL one GANG Or' SA VS. and one of Page's best Circular -

*'i th,* we are *afe. But to >revent the ... .,rLli Citiiiia.* ani. here itli hr IilISilits ;; .V). 20, OLD SLIP 20.1S54. 20 Cm February 1. ((4,) 1851. 5 8a ;*T Shafting, Pulleys, Ac, fe, for GK t Mill

bSty:: of a f JMOU cftbe Northern! State ujmn any quite yom..? and maiue-l: James >I. IIiiIL in tli vtir i| May it.: 1854. 19 and a1't any other kind of V Muchinerr. Address

one candidate, it will 1 be our policy to put uj) wome Ib36. Her death bereaves a f< nilaha"ssee.! T. B. CH AlftES.S" .

?eW and avaiLV.e Noithtrn man. such a man si willptnMhe f..iir s united Sorth, sod break the North by all who knew her Altlmi.gh. she did tte.J months after date, I shill present ray final nc- persons who have not given in their Taxes,fur will please copy until ordered out, and send bills
ax linpeleM mm up pniffSMoocfrehginn }her house, not niike n SIX week"* after date, I will applv to the H >nora- S'TX and voucher* to the Judge of Probate of or ns asent for othtrs. will please at to advertiser. ,
was lvm8
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rity. > the Ps ene-h'Home. D. W. Gwvnn. Jud-je of ProSate of Lucy Roberts, tend the the Tux Books will ,
/-J2i2rSHa."" much -' As a wife kind awl(4idjfl-" f.r Ij on Madison County as adminiatrator to same immediately, as April 15. 1854. Iff *
covers n larger -ur- ** fid MHt*1 Ii. i County, fir letters of administration administratorship, of 'juoe. .All Taxes not
ui been penernllv A ] pr. enj''r nu'1 f""i.eannK nnstreim. (irs the estate of aud I usi to b cliicharged from my be closed ou the first day ren-
nvri1'.t (,fICft4flq t'4)3lIipcfl surpoied. ijrbbor It nlwavR a svmiwthwin" Mary A. Bczean, deceased, lute of suitl Count; vT1I03. JAMES ROBEITS, Adufr.May > tiered by that time will be double txrL Di.T.B.LAMAII .
< iusr ic idy to
I lrnQf 1q p..1itieiis are at the hot. uffn udmininter to the J. PERKINS. 1654. 13 602 I can be found at, the Drug Stoie of Mesws, Bernard ; rTices tofl V
wi thVirobWt"is"notij"injrnx.re I WHuU <>f llw JUi J nfEicted( .r md 0. Pwfessiooal.s pnWic.-
rrir ic's thui t tid ct,.1..jf ... I WhO itid IIo that gives iif p. ; the one Nmy 20, IRM. 2U ct & Maxwell, corner of Clinton and Monroe street. OFFERS found at the former residence of Dr. V
tld d4lmr.cmtc ( the preut (lisman-I a cup c..Id water ti o U'. _____ Counterfeit Coin Dctertcr." L. C. DEMILLY, Tax AsacsBor.
prt, a tb finnntion ifat fly tIISCIPIPf IislI tii.t O WItliiSIt Iis reward uuarinc's James Hunter, on ti Thomacrtll* roid. ht utile.
prtyjrom its '1aUe nittt..ja1., thu nvaiItIl ntw eertitinly flot. let liii renrd for *lJf1te c'ffieca (iii. Si UI Notice. increaiing demand in the South f-r this m- May 6, 1854. 18 4t [SvntineL from Tallabaes' d
rsle rt tl4c. late tvL aWnce from the State THE induced the manuf icturer to aiD' VV
tbu$ tbnt IDiUrn d riot mount as tIioe wiLliout ho1 DURING my nir non. article, has JanuryR.I&4. ,
stiff Soi4liem pliit1irm. To party iip.fl a :E. B. Byrd, nt the Store of Jnme Kirksev'EUq in Jacksonville for the exclusive Notice.ALL V
th1 end the itnihiiiitra- ** t tier Lusband in. regard to Ieas4tig t lie cstabli h an agency Rice. I
ti n is fi> U tslainrd.: sind in Tullahubsec, it my duly Hiithori/ aeit bavinjr demand* against the V.
abe lu-d
/ administration, i tn J f'lld, regr it only in couso uence of I'.av'uij persons estate
iutaio the mIS'erneIJt, hiu.n'; its own claims to the l-itn a'vI her dear litti! cbitdreu.. The large congregatian BENJAMIN BYRD. 80Wrth the ail of this article, spurious coin (of eitheroldr Frederick R Green, deceiued. late of Leon K tCK in tisreea, Wf tlwces and barrel*noir !landing

$tlCCCuIQti e&itrvly out (it the 'jueitk in attendtincc nt her funeral testifies to the high M y 6,1654. 43 ct wlrer) may be deteotetOmmediattly on cora County must present them to tuo undersized -withia MsguuliL :At o MWJlultf er bw-km sides..TJc5 V

cf liuiatiou iu w inch she was heLL hi? iu
TIis reiZdent'e veto of the Mil grantj1 Thy lan ukhiug biead u at rest Tobacco. per tiotIIe,.l, and -scot free of potUgerorth.ee theirresovery and nnpofM>. iudebt4 V''t

riflanI tnfhe!< *>vcnil States f- t! diitjfnS ; JUST revived a large lot of the arks branin bolUe* for f 2 5. dare requested to ui.paynent immedUtelrr r.V r. SeCteSckUSekt"!
ritli iiBans, i. bsswl on rotwUtutinnal grounds. | immovable breast ,) the Berber Tobacco, which to the trade .will! bo sold I *t paid, C. V V II. r B10CKER. V VV 4
dfleplj refrct tbat toe cUriUUe While 'bJhe 'Thy q'Jiei at coht and chare*. J). U. S JsjiksoaTJH- *. norid*. Sheriff; tod Ex officio'8w Admi trstov Min* 8WNrdrrj
object ecngut to I* beared by sJHIcLioQ DO mare. s
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r I x$ fu RKISHSAi.M; I I i ATTENTION LADIES: SEWING: < _1
I. AZOR'S' Just Received, per E. Remington, ]D. :EL.TALLABASEE. Aa:1es, I MACHINES
1 :. . 4 WH1TAKER ask leave .fo
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supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES MESSRSBETTOZf.t : Stiver's Patent Stnlgirifeeiteucvui
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.1. .1. AFRESH FLORIDA to the tltgant assortment of ,.

.. ..;,' HtHREW PI ASTFR Oils.Dye-Stufft-ALSO ic, Wholes and Retail Dealer U .Ii. Goods, received per Wacitia and adapted to jour icnn mm.. JCBL'

.": ,;. Great Remedy for Khruniattin, Gout 50O Onnces Sulphate of |nlnln< .Parr i I 1& DRUGS AND MEDICIHE8.IFUMKET .1& sole USi. m WHICH-bar* rawed! ta 'ooeqiMltd-' .
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THE ... *U of .
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+ in the Side, Hip, Back. Limbs aDd Joints ; Brawl. D. H. AMES. and Inserting of .
',At. Hard 22 1854. 16 ) Dyestuffs Surgical Instruments Edgings ery variety Sewiep are MV o at. .
'. Scrofula King's Etil) White Swelling, Tumors April ,
cash
.- IK> 1" lSo'uff. Window Glass Paints at Ioa'ngs. Maltese Edgings, pica of ONE. HTJHDRED DoLLW
Ed'op
\ ; Stiff Joints, and all fixed pains whatever. Where Spt SWISS .. clear from the '
M profit we of .lbeeel11A"
...11 .. this Plaster is applied pain cannot exut. Oil, Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, Valencine _.
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.1 ,.' It has been beoeficial in cues of weakness, such ns aud Glass Ware, Patent Medicines Smyrna" Real done.600 to 11000 a year, depending oo tb, kia4el

? ; Pain and Weakness in the Stonwh, Weak limbs Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies! Saxony Smyrna Flounoings. .
W. wish call
to the
'M attention
? )4 k THE GREAT TURKISH Lameness, Aficction of the Lungs in their primary and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes, Blonde 'IWhite of nuntifketartri
". ticularly to I invented *
r l" REMEDY FOR BALDNESS, .1 age.. It destroys inflammation by perspiration.James Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles. our newly _and ntWySj

b I > ; ot tat far laTigorttiag Beautifying the HairAS L. Boyd, Pickens district, South Carolina, Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Sf' arll. Goods. Machine to Sew'with a Bugle Tirftj

: : 't' .- testifies that by its use alone he was cured of Rheu- lie has recently received )per brigs Aui Sawyer and ACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslios Tills instrnroettt <
admirable
I i. ; : a Toilet Article, for beautifying: and ktepiugthehair ) matism in both of his knees of several years etaudiug. Montauk a Laze and Fresh tupply every variety S.,[ Check Dook" so In its to in *tirinotlj Jr"*W
and remit .
nud in condition it is of articles usually kept by druggikt Planters and perfect operation ,tJ. f j ft
t-; soft glowy, a healthy The fallowing was handed us by a respectable Striped Nainsook the .
I are as follows:- Physicians will always find at this establishment a full unqualified approval of all who
qualities
in
unequalled- positive Georgia "
) PliTsician : Fig'd (Cord" Cnrtain art of t
t : 1st It frees the head from dandruff strengthens the MESSRS. SCOVIL J MEAD-Gents: I have been u- I supply' of every thing needed,and on the most liberal Linen Bishop's Lawn. the Sewing machine by machinery For -1Iftcter tJie

I .',. ""b. imparts health and vigor to the circulation, and ing your Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very ex.cuMvely I terms. u only that can roaeremain >istfafc wllieE

t ;". prevents the hir dungiNg color or getting gray.- in my practice for three years past and its ; I Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat- Mourning Goods. work and distinct and beautiful after.vsAh t* rmf T- =
of
sort leather
.. } 'i k .i 1 2 J It cau'<:s the hair to curl beautifully wLcii uoueup with pleasure that I state my belief in their supe- isfaction guaranteed with regard both to prices and every ,
I ::1': 10 it over night This balm i i. made from the original .ioritv OV :.E ALL OTHER ARTICLES with which I am quality. Physicians prescriptions carefully com BL'K all wool de Lames, Black Satin, king Mattrasses.. and all Serving D"1Iida oii

r. t'U' receipt procured from the original Tuiki Hakinphy acquainted, for the purposes for which they nre rec I pounded. Bombazines, Hair Crape, STRENGTH OP SEAM IS

: ; : ( .Wan) of Constantinople, where it is universally ommended. The hebrew Plaster, especially, is an 4 Also EPPING'S COMPOUND FLUID EX. 5' Fifij'd Silks, French 44 of this machine cannot be equalled. It I. ,

:. t., t .' : \':: The turks have always been celebrated for S1VKB8AL PANACEA forlocal: pains. I have also foundt TRACT OF BUCHU. 'I Watered do English pie in its construction and mneU more sash, _

t t :. :I their wonderful i1ull.lo! compounding the richest per- ; a most excellent application fur Sprains and Bruies. December 24, 1853. 51 h n n do M'uiug SLeeves
; ( hii": flaws and all other' toilet articles. Iu Turkey the aron : It gives universal satisfaction wherever used. DR. JOnV hULLSOMEPHIN Hereafter we shall be prepared to supply vwfetr

1C ..rI'.. tic hrrli, te, of which this balm is composed arc S.S.OSLIN.M.D.Knoxville Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. Handkerchiefs. Sewing machines each perfect and complete*!.

":..- ;rt-j: f .ilmo.t universally known and used for the hair.JItnet .- II Ga., Morcb-4th, 853.A aNEW "I OO BOXES Window Glass, assorted size, Emb'dU'dlfa. Ladies Hem St'd rTd'kfc. kind at the following cash prices.

1't: a cat of laldneti or thin head ofjair is en- AND VALUABLE.Tbentoiit Al/Vf 100 kegs White Lead, pure,extra
.','.t'S.t.t.W.. I\ .. tirelu unknown in that country. We wUh but one t VOICE FROil GEORGIA. 1 vowrrfiil Klnj on the face of the *lob now ? barrels Linked, Oil, stieon wooden boX .. .. .... ..

1t, trial to be made of it ; that will do tnorc to couvince Read the following trtirnO"Ijrom a Phytieian.GENTLEMEN reIgn mprvui in the American KepuMie. The power 6 Lard Oil, Collars & Sleeves. 2. Needle, and shuttle machine of present

I'r f: 4' T,U of its virtues than all the advertisements that cane of the! rro.11.1 brash of J'u"I' Ink i Julo In.lgnlftcauC1'. 20 Kegs Zinc Paint, style ou iron frame,, ...... ... .. .111$
Your Hebrew Plaster bits cured of ourna..rl'all Kin
'. r : 1ii"o. \} publishod, and that all may be able to test its virtues of of which- I have suffered for twelve me wheu KiropriD compaivl Kin-s to tliat employ! tin I".r vrited?In them to /* 20 packages} Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and J bbls.) EMBR'D; } Collar, Embroidered Sleeves, 3.:eOOJe and shuttJetachine with newly

.. tr-\i'i.rlr.\ ). it i is put up in LnrgiJ&ottlc at the low price of pains years Inereane Uw rlcliM of the rich and lortllr, anI to reduce 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil, Lace in vented feed suction and checked spring..fljf
labored under afflictionof .
tO cents per bottle. Remember the genuine has the past. During this |period I an to twner nil rv and .> jcn J.(lon. the poor a..t Po-. 2 Train Oil 1 bbl. Varnish, : Houiton SctU of Sleeves A Collars. 4. Single threaded machines for linen and
: loin and side and tried many rcmeflics that ileiit. Oar Auieriran King fioe* forth with equal willing.ne COIl\t
4 .1J,:.t., tignature of ComstockA Brother on the splendid my own medical experience suggested, but without to ilw lorJIr r>an.lon nod isutut"!. cabin ready alike Spirits Turpoatinc in barrels retail. A general other'h'ybt sewing..u....... .112'

:: ;fWdt: wrapper. my obtaining relief. At length I used your Plaster and to aJuiuiMiT, rrlh-f Uie and rich to offer enS hmltli the and baj>piD.u to ortnient of Colors,Brushes,and other Paintero'materials. I Silks, et cetera. 5. do. thadedmachinesfor.ewingbsgsacks *,
a.tI looly,
J.t'< 'l\'or FOR THE MARRIED.-"BI Y* rucrrrcL APMULTirLT. ani now hy iU good effects entirely cured. I will recommend the ItAly poor. D. H.A IES. r 1 LACE Silks. White Satins ,and carpet bags,.. .. .....11 ly

.t .! ."-Is a command that should be cheerfully the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster to all D U. JOHN nuijL8IttheTcsTH December 24. 18Z3. 51 LT: Marcelline Silk, Black ,a 0. do. threaded machines for shoe work
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!' t. (! .. 'l obeyed bv the children of men. DR.LARZ 1TE'S who are suffering from contraction of the muscles, or GREAT MEll1CAN! KIIG ll OF PAIIII! }'Iorcnce"4 Crape Liessee. and leatherstitehing.I ljj

lJ, .t JUNO CORDIAL or Procreative Elixir prescribed permanent pains IIi! the side or back. Wines, Syrups, &c. Bl'k }'igd" Tarktrms mw'd Col's. 7. do. threaded machine with apparatusto

:( L'f': ... j,. 1. AS an effectual restorative in canes uf debility, iuipoUncv The people of Georgia have but to become acquainted \ro>ncB or rae WORM, and the grwfestblefins Otard BlTc Wat'd White Silk Illusion bind mattrssses,&&,. .. .. .. .....II Iu

", ." ,. I"J-' .. or barrenness And all irregularities of nature. with its virtues when they will rew>rt to its use. rvrr oderrd to aiflicted Uunmoity ; to theu dor- OLD Brandy Fresh Dates, Br"cade BlTc 8. do.threaded nmehiae of extra size for

,:. ,o. :' '1'I ; It i ii all that it professes to be viz : Nature's great Yours truly, M. Wl: WALKER, M. 1)., Jug rnil.ions,I You liaTi(tie liortor only: to can u"UT thm, rvltef ini.u-al ii, at r.m year.'ly.com'ninu All Madeira.Port, Claret Old Port, White Wat'd Blonde NetL quilting coat linings........ ......j0

.i l } t 1: restorative and remedy for those in the married state Forsytbc. Monroe County, Ga. thttt who mil fuUcr, and will not arcrpt the proffered Juice 9. do. threaded machine of larger size for

t 1.; f'F '". without o&pring. It is a certain cure for seminal etmsaion To Messrs.Scovil & Mead New Orleans, La. Itahu iI! T>e not the ViII or their ftuiilirr.ThU Sherry, Sparkling Cider, Ribbons & Trimmings. quilting extra sized liniDgs u.....U 10
I l.j wuniUrful inedifiue. the trwf nine London Porter Scotch Ale
during
do.
/ : dellitygleet.weakueas of the genital peri* 10. threaded machines adapted to lap

I'/t q.,:::1 4 {.:IP'-: organs,,nervous general affections leucorihoea or white As JEW DAVID'S HEBREW- PLASTER I'* introilurtion. and made 1 lina carried life a clixriu bappiuru to nianr to the who limrti heretofore ofthousands Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, DONNET[ & Sash Rib'us. Black Silk Fringes, seaming coat sleeves l Ac,..........184
on IN N. C .1.)
Raspberry Syrup, Sordine Taffeta t Satin" Zephyr Worsted, 11. Embroidering Machine
": &n au1goratingmedicin3 it i L* unequalled. Also, n oertain rrgardnl 1& only a piinfulandnil-erableexioteoee making an ornamental
a. Ct.ti; for indigestion. MESSRS. SCOVIL tfc MEAD: I have been troubled To the ind4 with kll IJniineuU KiubroralioiK. I'ain Strawberry Frcth Lobster, 1. Velvet. Cap 4 Bell Worsted Bindings, stitch with two tbreadl.u..IIIO
;.t .J 'r l''': remedy incipient consumption with the chronic rheumatism for the last twdveyears. Killeri und I'atn Extractors, and let million of glad Lemon Shad. Silk Braids assorted White t Cord Bobbin
lassitude female I 2.Machines of large size for Sewing
.fit'f: loss of miMenlar physical proclaim the in.ri'i of the 'Anaericsuiog awning -
energy. tongue
\' grvat
r rft i tJ weakness, debilitj. fco. It is warranted to please the On the let of July, 1849 I was so bad that I of Pain," a preparation co nposcj oleljr of Trgeta- Ginger .*4 Salmon, White Silk Fringes, Snake Cord t Tapes. ? and ships sails with fixtures and

t. tllk: f"/'t .!.' user in of the nbnvc complaints! and is of price- could not turn myself in bed, and the pain so severe blei and roots., produced by Atuerica own rich and Pine Apple Clams apparatus complete from. ....$400 to 11509
any that I Lad not slept l a wink fur six dam At this bounteous *>itl.M's Gauva Jelly Preserved Quinces Gloves & Mitts.
without Machines will be fitted for
'..1"f ; 3 lot value to tlu!e offepriug.CAITIOX would ask the I.iDlti. who are always! competentjudges anyunusual pecnlisrsy
J ip4.i'.4. .( Exrax.-Find the name of Comstock it time my attending physician prescribed the HcbixwPlaster of what II and what b not a valuable!Uuiily uicJiclne Currant do. Peaches, ufed'd and colored Kid Gloves of work on reasonable terms. The Machine. are.
!" and it acted"like a tlmrm the pain left me to do UII a i-nrrial furor by giving the Kln, of .'.UD Sparkling Gelatine Tamarinds .d, if 1 LATHES ,
V1rii ; ,
; Brother on the wrapper and nectr buy it unless you intlutiicein 1'fJLlt' !!; .5 0 Silk .. cuTely packed: for transportation to any part of tbi
: a single trial, aud if fail-factory.xm their
:l ''krt.: : fiad the above mime; as it has been rrtentittlii"conn and I slept more than half of the night and in three iU behalf reromuieud It. speak well and often t>f it, Flavoring Extracts, Spices, UILL/// U Beaver world, and full printed instructions for using and hip

1 } ": ttrftilt of late Avoid the couuterfeit as you would days I was able to ride out I consider the Hebrew and r" that It U! u-Ufd by their afflicted "l1wrtl. The Yeast Powders, Pickle U Cashmere ** ing them in order are furnished with each maciij.

i r" .,.j. .:. poieoi.GEORGE'S. Pla!tcr" the best remedy for all sorts of pains now in Ladlr an friends al.aMicbariablf, ,and when tile) induce their Corn Starch, Salad Oil, 44 Buck Jauntletts Machine needles, Silk twist on spools-Z cord Jam
'I't. marring to u" tUi really TuluaMe me-ln-ine, ,
} !t' r" ,"ir" HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA use. G. W. M'MINN. they will be doing au art of briiernleiH-e that they f : i those diseases Hendersonvillc, N. C., Aug. 16, 1850. well be proud of This i< a powerful aud tru'r! musical Worcestershire Sauce, Cocoa. 44 WorstedOctober29.Jl53. prit'ell.trincilal Office No. 823 Broadway,N.Y.
o\o; ( EXTRACT For tbe of
t. cure ari4ing"p
: .
,
'. remedy for all cxlernal di.'ea.ssores, '\.iu:<, burn, English Mustard D. H. AMES. BOAXCH O
; 01 ,'l-{ ; :' from aa impure state of the blood, such ns Scrofuln, at,., and for many iireruul attlictiuu*,ic u a rrruui cure, December 43 FJCM:-57 South Fourth Street PUsdelphia. -
I q 24, J853. 61FRESlTGARDEN .
> ..' ; etabborn uers.. tkm diaeate, pimples ou the face, yet it II perfectly hiruile: ", and incapible: ) of prolucinj .. 159 Baltimore Street Baltimore. 47 Ba
j/t, I the \\rn-t iiijitnou ..If.'u iu the mt d,::i<'.'" *.. or over Street Boston. 197 Elm Street. Cincinnati
4: 1.# feml iiTi.ilariiies and comnlamts: : dc.Is a gfH'rtil Ben-are of Counfirfeiti and babe I>nitativn the c.uktH r"uMtirutmn.It SEEDS AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.
,'a tuntt and ine'n oratoi of trie .tnn it is uneqnali d. is u-tUm fi.ljow the oil anl worn-out LM.SLNGERsiCO.
,: ty entirely to
4 -The genuine will In future hare the signature THE undersigned Agent of the above Company March 18, 18"54. 11 3m
% 4'tri ;: Thii medicine i. not oj"rrtd a cure for all dlt'H.6ti lymein <'f pubiutiin,; 10 the public Iboll'.IIJ5 of tcrnflc'atex OKOWTII OK 1853. receive fur and make insurance
: of II T.'TWit on the steel plate engraved Label on the of woiiJur |H.rfjriUcd by this uicJiiuie It co.t* application
,
: : .: e\ but merely for those ariiing from impure blooj.- top of each boxVureliaers but euty-five cm to try II. cut Ite lluil f'ak"* hidweltearned R UTA Ba-3, Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Beets. Ac..just against loss by Fire. un Brick and Frame Buildings Wakulla Iron Works
,
-. ". ',I t '.. It is COn5pOtfd (.f PCttE UO.MifB SUUAPAlm.l.A. CO111liined are advi&ed, that n mean counterfeit of reputation on ta King of l'm dl.iuli end receicd. D.U.AlltlS. Furniture, Mercbnndize, Jtc.Januiry ,
;.3 .; wldi ther purely egetabe: cubt-tnuce 8(. snore thin In" rliiun for it, De. eniVr, ? t. 1S53. 51 NEWPORT, FLORIDA.
Io53. B. C. LEWIS.
J 1. '. his aiticle i 1. in ui8tcu'e. The genuine i< s.-ld only We would a.k. IM". \-<>u the :Hirumai! or Gouv: 29, 4
4: '... ..S b. .t', hY13W1elg.i1' :ffic cy, and is munufactuicditli: .the IoJ' us, and by oiir njcuts appointed throughout the thet! hOt 1\:0-.1.11,\ (romiMiiionii, and we know tutjou -- ---- I THIS Establishment is now in full opn&*., Alt
-:. ., .. jreJa!" ".. every: pound 1 of the Sarsaparilla:1 beingfubjfded "south-aiidno pi-dfnr i, al/ovrd t" tilt it. Dealers would like U* drite them away M uou a* ltOailbl., Metallic Burial Cases. I will be attended to with promptness vA

' ;-J... ;' : I' ; to the ftiictcst chemical tests, and its genu- und purcliaseis generally are cautioned against buvij then u'e Extensive Assortment of all work done with neatness and d pateb.

,.! '.'.:. '.".. ''. lueiiec nsccrlainod l.wrebeing lined; and it contain : of any but our regular agents, otherwise they will HUI.I/S. ; KING OK r.iIV." 'SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. All! kinds of work, such an Steam Work Mill Work,
'. tinifi much t Pure Honduras Voul. you >>! cured aim..t iuiuiedia'elr.! tit Bowel
: ti as Sarsaparilla as Gin Mill Circular
Saw
Gearing
; .. any be; imposed upon with a worthless 11\licle. Couijilaint.! -ntery. ulllw..r Complaint,nulera: Mor- & Sugar Macbiotrj
;
;' .#: other "t'tr ferdfor talf.Vi'c Sold aUn bv D. H. Ames, Baniard d Maxwell. hue, Cramp Colic. Head Acin- Tovtli. or ajy oilier! ache would. respectfully call the Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings. Bran

'j / .. ''{:f ;. have endeavored, i ia Oeor Honduras S&ifaparil'a. \a.Ji 4 Co., tallaiaasseeV. Rogers .t Son Chatta- or palo, tlie rruiedt U simple and the cuts crruiu. HE1R&RIJST / and friends to the Castings itc.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size, kept
,:. ;- tIt give to the public a Medicine which can be frMIIS unders!iipie.d keeps constantly on band van- excusive hand. All work done in such esfiV
,
J ; jor>cee; Geo. P. Baltzell, Marianna; Jordan it Davidson tiS}: TilE GREAT KIXQ OK PAIN. Joiif and fastt'full\l\ of Spring and Summer constantly on an
i:' ,"J-. lpc'iiid upon to do f.them (in the class of diseases Qnincy; A. II. Wilson, Newport' ; Samuel Pu- Would you hire jour S"re<, Swelling", CUM, home, sizes of the Patent Metallic Burial Cases Goods, which they arc now in hment will be done by us, with a particular regard
1 '.h; i : to \kich ilu adapted) all that Medicine can do; and lesion; MonticillaFebiuarviS Scald: *, llfulv.s, or any Otlirr! ouuJd heed, we rrpeatU mentioned in the accompanying cart iti'-atc. part ofGents opcuiiig. Consisting to the strength'and durability of the work. _

., ';-Jl.'1' -, oDfi.I :1t that; we h.ive: done bOo we leave it ts the UHU the J. A. EDMOXDSON.WA Competent Workmen always in readiness to put
1P51. 8 cow4m Black k Colored np
..; Alpacca Sack A Frock Coats
r MAGIC.Vt KIXO OF PAIN ,
,. .,, oJ. 't.1'
... ;, ,0 t. (ptiJ BETWEENnitftractoflhe .. .. Engines, &c.
.
'f':. .' /'. .- WouU be cured ,.f iral.I IK-nd. ::iif Joint, soreThro.st 5tli.MESSRS. Lustre" '* 44
you !iiiNr.Tox, April
I t. I.. ( rcae IIONDCRAS SIRS At'AnILL.anu DU. MAIWIIISI'S'CELZBRATED U" 4* M .5 Terms "ill be liberal and all work dote strictly,
Neur lgii, Sire Ure.wt, I.uml.<.> Trtler or King "Casbmcrette
FI-.K Rrvosn
'r. the v-vrthis Exited of atror/MftM common .vr cash or accepted orders on business firm ia tta
< ? : j-- .1. many \\urm. Sit llheuni, Ultra of IVi-toiioui liiW. t bappedHanu I. Drap J'Ete 4. seme
t, '. It:, t i S Inaplr. lfl now *;jlJ. Then bo not deceived. Rc- CATHOLICON *. and all oilier :t.rrs.ittivr dry or ruumu,, we ( GE-TLEm.--: witnessed the utility of your or- 44 Jlenno 4t place Tallahassee, or Qnincv.
: ot: :;4 ... eorttoGEOUGESIIOXDURASSARSAPAHILLA&nd fay a0-iiu and agAin, rOCK ktXLbl is Lir Juhu 11 oil'. namtnUl "l'.tt'ntIdlIic Burial C\ e." ued to eou- I. .s Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brm

I.' :, ...; you will bo rewarded by a quick and easy cure. roll THE CUJIE OF SUFFERING FKMAL13TSTANDSpreem} "KINGOKl'AIX" \,."- the mmiitH <'f the late 11,".John C. C'alhoLii to D'Ete Paletots.5 All letters must be addressed (post paid) to

'r .'t' '.l-t. ;1 TO TIlE L.DIES.u who wili: a Lf(ut;fi,t Kiug't J'ril.: Cancer Tumor, the Cnn rCM'ii>nal Cemetery, \thich impre /i l u* with Clouded Drop Marseilles M H. .POSD ACO,

!... t.:' *: tkin, ftc from aU f.imple, blotches, and impu- \ /J, I iiieiil f-T ii''t. (CUM Kruptiou", or.coy ii diM-a; t f tIe'. frklu taiiM.:.1 b)' Impure the belief that it i in the Ix-ft article kni Mii t<> us furtramportinij I' Wallace Cloth January 21, 1854. 8 NewPort, Fl!*.
: lieu 'obii Ilul 'Jr."I..ri. natertaa..y Frock Coats
b.ood. u :
.i' >
; }
> "
'
the deatl final .
their
lilies abandon the of mixtures ": tivc in t'i resting'pl.ice.Wnh
all
;. < we say, use pntuUnnd: lowers the and the Kinjof I'ain extTiiallt, i.oU.iii) ,,; cau IM tuoreCorUiu U Cham bra Sack. .
I.. .. .. r t' .;-. aul, UI s the'getiuie George's Hondura S.usRparilla ,, ,' {"'JJii'! : difrca"(:! fir which it is tUau a pjn-ujy IOUI ef!
; 'fttY! '. It benutifics the complexion by removing every particle 1 :t iccommeudfd,I called JOHN BULL'SriuxciiAi. II. Cl.iv* 1). If, Atchii"oii, Jeff. I>a\is, .5 'a. RECEIVING further stock of !M
; Ginpliam
Fancy a some
'! r.;i .i: ... <.f tn"ibil or diseased mutter from the blood.nnkin z:: I"CU.COM- o ErIC:, Ixn\iC.ifr", A. C. (;reene, W..1 1L King, 4. Brown, White' ,fe Curd Linen .. JUST assorted Manufactured Tobacco,st liver

{ it plll't', he'illhy and rigorous, and changing y f k;::. PLAINTS. Firru Cao" fcrnMT, Oai I>oc,& Utl"h'., 1). S. lukiubon, Don.) Wtljsti-r Ifmrj Dix'go, I' White and Buff Marseilles Vests, prices than it can be bought in any of the lsjj*ifxets
W&/-4 the yvllow and dark countenance to the bloom and .J. M. Mason, J. 3!. lierrieriV., P. Mantjum.
.\ ; Ofttll e are ProlapMI jQusihI.z.: 1T.JORSALE 4' 4< and fancy cord Welting '* North. Traders will do well to exanJ DeV
1 October 1853. :'J tf
frthncr-s! of .U1th. 1. .
lrD ; %' Uteri I' Brown Liutn before ordering their Spring stocks. Will fornd
or Falling
This ia 'icuie' i* put up in large bottlcs.one of w oid,, ;." .-Y' \\ ,'. II Di DItteGlTh&MEP.CtlANT: :Tlllt&tm- --- - 5' Black D'Ete I ample, with attached. to it. Acredit I
> \' (If the W.i-nb t Drap Pant, prior any desiring
ft V r VV ; I'lair I Ier lJcITED1ATE. Iu the (rc-'it Cvvit for Jflt/un County JfuLI'rCircuit
HIE
is to six vthtr aJf. _ OUT ,. .
,4.4. 11'"UtTl'E equal of on'if ever WhiUs.Chn.nicInflamati' the Flat idn Tirrn I. Elastigue to 1st ci April will be given where any i'f Stall
;l' C\t'710or.-1-'OIII.j the of Cutntock J Biothers \ ; 1) 11. AMES Tall thassee. of -*>j-ritg ,1 1854.
V t.,1.> name v. nd. \g Jt., .5 Merino tity is required. D. LADD.
Ulcci.itionofthe )
n
> i> "
on the wrapper and you will get the gcnuing G trgc'" April 2 3. 1S5I. 17 (.m Robert J. Bi-hop and Chandler | .
Wss ,r Womb ; InciJcnt.il _' _. __ __ Queen's Cloth Newpoit January 21,1854. 3
II. Smith u-ing the Attachment
.
;> IIoi-I: in u S.xrfaparilla. partners J J White
k and Linen Drill
; 'l ; .' :: ." All orders must be directed to COMSTOCK / t, -- A4 or FJnodin.Hemorihajje Painful, Spring and SummerC1oth.in..g name and tt\le t" of Bishop & > Amoi.nt: sworn to, .5 Blue and French fancy Cottonade. Pants" Asa May,administrator of Richard

r-: ; Dr..01'nrRS.Xo. 2 St. Peter's Place, (tear of Astr Siippreoed.. ;' Irn' Smith. v. *41U 25-100 Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers, B. Cole and of Caroline Cole and in 1
.- '.l l. house,) New Yoik. Price ?1 bottle, or fix bottles J .r u- Charles Itul l.'ll. J LU
lJ' per -- Inr Menstruation, ic. t Linen B-som Shirts. Merino Undershirts, t own right. and Margaret M. Cole,
JC: : for 5. i ""Tow) rc'',M\in;, at the well kno\\u (ttI\ u l.J A. B '"PUK Defendant and all other
:
:". ..r'- ( with all their nco inpiuyiii.j! (\'ilt'\ (Cancer esctptcd.jno ) 1.' CLAHKC: prnon interested Gents fashionable Black Silk hats wife of said AsaMsy, Complainants, J In Chancery
t' fiuc ,
,.of'- '' !:of'. S'tlJ oaly ia Tal-h.i soe bv EDWARD P.AR matter Low baverc. or <-f bow lung Et 3I1di". u ortnn'iit c>f -L are required to take notice the commencement 44 Drab Beaver 44 r*.. I Jefferson

-t& t,4.:.. NARD, jJhmon AEppes, Monlwello; E. Seixss The Catbolio-u far nrpa-M-g otl.er reiifdi! O', in be- nl:.\D\-JI" !> B: CI.O''ln\"G, i>f this suit and to Hj>[K-ur and plead to the dcclara- 44 Black fur. Drab brush and Pearl Hat, Burwell McBriile,administrator of .

: ..a'JK1"r 1(1 ae\':'!e, D.) J. Dikensn Baiabiidge, and by one in more en tain, less ('xp iisive i and Ivating the nsteai FuitU' f'r Spring nnJ Summer wear, coinprisiuj! in i tiou tiled in eoid ciiusv. $.ys Black A fancy col'd Wool 4 Fur Kossuth Hats, Alexander R. Murray. Alvin May tin idJl. Graft.

., in ercrv* town. in a better <-< tliti.Jkt;] nil por-'ons intcrist- par| t tlie fl.lI..willi aiti<.W: M. WHIT SMITH, Infants fancy Pearl Hats, and wife, Caroline :. May, and the

tofcdv:" October 15. H53. 41Executors' (.1 in furh a 111.lic/lle- CIII. ansi--. (-jt.t"n....:.. .Iifrse ..........,.... I P.iowh i i11.1 White) Na\y Drill Frock A Sack Coats O. M.Attomu.'vs. Ltg. Fancy Good children and heirs of Richard B.Cole,
1. "
,) coutaiiiinsj ample pr. if, froii bi:'bly re-j>octabli' Fancy and \\ Ijitf I.it"11 Drill d'> Jo do for Plaintiff; ; Iliblions and Caroline Cole, deceased,

Notice. !murctj d the happy results! of its use, together vitb Cloiuli"! arul WI.iteIflol'! a-nl Sack Coats Madison .IU March 22.(April 1:) 1654. 3m 2 ?ooli,red Satin of all Ribbons qualities, Black. Bonnet., White Cap aud White Colored and : fendants. De.j

: SIX months afWr date lo-wit: on Friday the 21 1si lettfis from first class expciiencxd phttimui: vb Striped nml Plain Gingham Sack Coat, --Notice. Velvet Ribbons. I T appearing by affidavit of J. T. Artier, tW

of Julv! next, I ehall present to the Court of have UH.J it:in their practice, and f|,eak.fiom theirown Bl'k and Cvl'tl limp d'Kta Sack and Frock Cuat months after daN*. the undersigned administra defendant, Borwell MeBride, resides out the Strt

Probate, for tbe County Gadsden. my account audToacbcri observation ,1'1 l ilit Summer CMli 110! doiif SIX of the estate of John G. Rawls, deceased late Ladles Dress Goods, of Florida it is ordered that said defendant pf *
';.rc: : Executor KEFEREXCES.-Prof. Duubar. !. D Baltiniorp \\'\: and C..l\l Piiil! I'aut. Confuting in part of- and
M oftbe Eetnte of Reuben B. Hickn, ){- ; of iddeu will her final account nndomhcrs answer the complainant's Bill on or before tin
1)jP 1 deceased, aud apply to the Judge <.f aid Court for a J. C. Ornck M. Uiltimore, Md. P. 1 II. l'l1"1.hll)1.,, Fancy MaifnIUs Pai.f, \ tll County the Judge of present I'r..h.\te of said County, and Plain Black and printed Embroidered Lawns, first Monday in August next, otherwise the umtlfl

final discharge: of which all ptrti II. Milk. M. !> ] Iw'h'r. N. Y. lU'k Drnp tI'Etldn: .1"! do' di-H-liar-jed.: Plain. Printed and Embroidered Organdies, -
please take noce. BURWELL B. WILKES, ? -) ; L. J) nomintr, March Sj-l.. II Cm Adminiitratriz. of this order be published in some newspaper p>
; .' ? a'. Executor of It B. Hicks, deceased. 3!1. D. CllnanJa. L.P\la. N. Y.; W. W. Reese, M. D, City Vuiioy aiul 1 1V bite laNl'iIIl'S Vests, 18. Black White and Colored Jaconet lished in the Middle Circuit of Florida for font.tis

January :31. 1S54. (. 8 I of New York ; W. Pretrott, M. I), Con'.rd l N. II. Light Sjiring Silk Y(-sK In lId Circuit C"urtfflr JfaJiion County. Middle Black and Mourning and Colored Bareges, next preceding the said rule day in August Mil"

__ : Pamphlets can be had gratis at the drug Stores of -AI SO- Crcuitl1 the State of Florida-Spring Term Ib54George Black Plain Colored, and Embroidered Tissues, OROEEED AT CHAMBERS. J.WAYLES BAKES
FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM tbe following Agci.ts. A general n *ormfntcif blurts. Gloves Cravats and Printed Hernamy
Collar aud Lltazcr"B. March ((4th) 11. 1854. 4m 10 _
"$ Lf4lr, ; D. H. AMES. Tallahassee, hosiery, Drawers, lTii'Jer->liirts auJ Tanouu other Draper Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Gughams
SCALES Eldridge, using of all
partmrs qualities Notice.
PALMER: A BROTHER, Monticcllo articles t(' numerous to mi-minn.
I 1 SAMUEL A full asdortmcnt of Cloths. Ciussimerca the name and! style of Draper Attachment Edging and vrtings of all descriptions, bal*
4.t' LONG KXOVfX SEVERELY TtSTEP I'ULESTON do. Vesting'vhi si Lldrid' Amount I SIX Months after Hate, I shall preseitt lay
< to
sworn Colored I
_ ABEL .t G III FFIN, A lubcbirala. the suWiiber is !prepared to rrunufneturo to Parasols and Parallels, and vouchers to the flononbltJud4.
.
ALWAYft' nIGHT ?754 7 -100.
V.
THE ACKNOWLEDGED Black aud id
: DR. A. R. BKKXLKY. Alligator. order on the bhorte'-t notice, in the must approved I Mourning Parasols and Parasolets, Probate for Jefferson County as
Charles Russell.
4jI STANDARD. t ,_. Letter addrtwed to 3Ie -rs. Beach k Brownson, rt\'le, and best jxoeililc n.uuiit-r. J\1I111 want of good nnHE defendant and all other interested, Gloves (>f all descriptions, jam G. Clark late of said County, deceased sad *

S Agents-New York,FAIRBANKS i Co.89 Waterst Agents Newbcrry C. H, S. C., by Rev. Her. C. Clothing- calL JL w'ill take notice of the commencement persons this suit, Spring Liutu Cambric CONS Collars Handkerchiefs ar.d Visittes for a dism l Jon from my administration of ft*aM

February 25. 1854. 8 6m S. Beard, of sam State. C3? Orders from the couutry promptly attended and arereipionU' .d to appear and plead to the Declaration Estate. EMILY CLARK,EiicntriLJeffet.eoo
tO, by A. K CLA1JKE. Saddlery.Ladie'a County, November !8, 18U. lID _
GLE\V tiled iu said
Spurs eau
'4' : Jan. 9. 1853.
; March 18. 185-1.
; 11
Wanted.rnnn Messrs. BEACH at oe.I. WHIT Saddles. Velvet and Plush
.1 BROWMS -Si as: I wad for an- SMITH. st'al PROTECTION

DRY HIDES for which the highest MarUUU other' bottle of y"ur" Marcliisi'n Uterine Cat hnl icon." Copper Tin and Sheet-Iron JAMES M. BAKER.Attorneys Gents. Patent Leather Entanl Saddles. INSURANCE COMPANY
) My wife baa been afflicted for f. I. .a Spanish COl\ CTICUT.
ket price will be paid by eleven years and a variety >r PluintitJi. HARTFORD

1 October 29,1853. 43 S. S. KNIGHT. of means has been resorted to for relief,but n"ne MANUFACTORY.HE Mailison, C. H. March 52. (April!'l.) 1854. 3m13 U.4 .4 5. Tennessee.. Capital Stock, 300.00 '.
U'I
.-', was obtained until received tbis medicine from RUJOlet.
sL.4' Lime! Lime! Its influence seemed almost magical ; there was you.a -J rfubsKraVri ii.f.rrn the citizens of Talluhassec DENTISTRY II Spanish THE undersigned, Agent or the above C'P7'
manifest } 44 Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do I repared to tab risks against Fue CS
and! the
t13 improvement from the it durroundin that ,
taken.
day was country: i
CASKS fresh lime I.KWIS
; 200 I landing per schr. Mag. As there a'. DR. gives notice to his Bridles,Martingales, Riding, and ings an their contents the moat voriblstti'
are a grent many females in our they are m'w prepared t funiUli custoTiers I Buggy Carriage
(::4.S nolia and for sale country and that he has
: :" McNAUGUT ORMOND. laboring under the affliction f.'r wbicb your medicinepropose iih all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail, in their his Office' patrons to Lw residence in the removed Whips, Valises, Carpet Bags, te, :. II F. H. FLAGG, Agt'Tallahassee
ctt1 a remedy, I feel line of IJI illl's. ,November ft, 188>. 44 _
it Hardware
Newport March 11, 1654. 10 a duty to recommend it : building known as the- Wyatt Huuse,1" adjoining the nnd Cutlery. ,
to all such. CLOUO S. BEAR The Subscribers call the attention i.f the ttheir
public dwelling of Dr.Taylor, where he be Knives and
J. ll.MAfcrni9i & Co. may found at all Forks Pen and Pocket Knives Guns, DR. JOHN P."DUVAIf.TALLAHASSEE ,
Proprietors Central assortment of Parlor Cooking, and Wood Stoves I
kr Wanted Depot, b04 times : to; those who '
prepared serve nefd his Shot Pouches. Powder Flasks and Game
: may ser- Bags.Trunk,
Broadway New-York. FLORIDA.
of the I latent htylc nil tiimmcil in .
DRY R SALT IIIDT for which the January 34. 1854. ; complete order at \i&!. Hi,* terms will be Cash, or when called for. Box. Door anti Pad Locks,Cost Steel Spades and Shovels -
1000 2 the loweft niaikct Phase
,
em price. '
( bigbebt market price will be paid by elsewhere. call and examineU'fore Any reference can be given if necessary. Collins Axe, Chisels Augers, Planes, Cut-nails, OFFICE AT TIlE COURT HOU8X.

: October 15, 1853. 41 HEIR RUST. )puichasing Also. Brittannia andJapanned N. ll. Gold Plate cut to patterns for Dentists and Iron. Blacksmith's Bellows. Hammers, Anrils Stocks January 23, 18M. 4 .
Notice.SIX Ware Lead
f Pipe She"'t Zinc, Sheet Ltutd. sent by mail at $1.05 cts. dw t and Dies Screw-plates. Vices Hoes Corn Sbellera -

!' ; MONROE HOUSE months from date, tbe undersigned Executor of Houe-work: Roofing Fancy Heads, for gutters'(1 ut- November HI, 1858. 46 Straw Cutters, Cast Plow-points and Sweeps Trace NoticeIS .
last Will and Testament tering Pipes-Shop work of every description done< .
of John
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Isler deceased Chains, Ao, tc.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. late of Leon County will present bill final accounts' with neatness and et rl\tdl. Leon County lion Works. 'I Groceries. hereby Estate given that the .nbscriber, J.r;:
of tbe
'HIS'WetMfnown"hotel from and touchers to tbe Jude of Probate for]. WHITE SLUSSER.. ofjbomaa UCit,1at.4I
having
I passed nuCounty, October 8, 1P58. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. : Sugar Teas. Coffee Rice Best Pale Otard Bran County deceased iriB six moatha sites dst. 1iefl
40 ,
.um tbe bands of Mr. E. P. Moore, into I those of and a,k for a dwcbarge. J. S. ISLER; Kxccutor. fjf ,
Establishment is in i. dy. Oltltye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey Gin Rum. apply to the Hon. of Probate 3d"
now full All Judge
the undersigned ; the: new-proprietor gite notice to January 21, 1&5-1. 6m. 3Administrator's TIllS operation. i
: the public that he is prepared to entertain transient SKV-LIGIIT DAGUERREAN GALLERY, \\111!! be attended to with promptness, and Wine. Sherry and Madeira Tobacco Snuff Cigars, County, for a discharge from his Admhwfa J*

) $ and permanent 4 'I Notice. O\Jt: UARNARU'S 1JRUO STOKE.rjTlIE8U All kind of work such :. numerous to insert here. Jefferson December S 1853. .n..
4 : *, and at u reasonable a cost as the times will admit as Steam Work, Mill Work, County; :
I. "IX months from date the undersigned Administrator {cribers respectfully LaJ. rain Gearing. Sugar Mill, Circular Sow Tallahassee, March 18, 1854. 11 -
o( The hou c U well supplied with servant, and S mmounce to he Machinery,
i:: every convenience to make gu.ts comf rtaU., and on the estate of Mary Isler, deceased, late of die and Rentlcuien of Tiillaliawo and vicinity Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, }Plough Coatings, Brass Insolvent Estate Notice.
Leon County. will present his final account and 'ouch. that! theIr.Gallery; 'is open daily for the ( Castings, Ac.; alto. Sugar Kettle of size Blank Books
I 1: the pn>prietor will spare no pain to please those who I reception o any kept i Paper, Stationery
f favor him with their jafrotiage. An excellent ers to the Judge of Probate for Leon County and iu k visitors. SundI)'* exc -pted. Miniatuies taken of all constantly on Laud. All work done in such an establishment i STATE OF FLORIDA. 'l
i may for a discharge. J. S. ISLER AdmiUllltrntor. sizi-a and ttj Us of the art. will be done COPYING PRESSES PRINTING &c. Madison County. f
a1 Iv'ery ,Lab! a joios this Hotel. C. A. DRY AY. : Ladies and gentlemen are by us, with a particular regardto I ,
$ TullahaMec, January 1, 3854. 1 tf January 21, 1854. 6m. 3 invited to call and uII.mine.their epccimens. I the strength und durability (itS tho work. RICH & LOUTREL OlIN PATTEBSOX -cffieio *dmiDItTtOV'hugh
iW
I N. B. Instructisiw given IoJ the art and all Linda of Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up (01 WILLIAM. J Armstrong deceased having this day .

Prorislons
.p, SIX months after date, 1 stall present final ac- KUUNS J: BAILEY. Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for BUYERS will consult their interest by examiuingour gcstion. that be believes laid estate \0 be iD.aGl

A 1.'() aud 20 h.lf bbls TVhUkey, and vouchers to the IlonorableJudgo my Of Pro. February II, 185t. 6 ly cash or accepted orders on Home buMiiees firm in this utock. which we offer at the LOWEST It u tkerefw ordered TUt',aU persons III tiC
t casks Boon POSS1ULE PRICES.ACCOUNT .
;
sides bate Jefferson County, as executor of Paul Ulmer, -- place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and claims against said estate do appear ani tie t.k
do.
2 Shoulders i BOOK r
ti. t ? late of said County, deceased, and ask for a disihisbiou MONTICELLO HOTEL. Bi a.s.All. FACTORY. Books made to in the office .aforesaid autlwuticaUd m Uxi-

i : I 4flDbls.Mesro1, and discharge as such executor. JOHN U! letters mnt addressed (post paid) to I pattern, paged and printed beads, in every style r- prescribed by law,on or before tbe'Zthday.I,.

100 do. Floor Jefferson County. Feb. 4,1864. 5 ( AIT. NEWMAN having closed his.Hotel. I J. M. SHINE Ji CO., Tallahassee, 11*. quired. Abu a large stock on hand suitable for 18M.ALEX.dNALD..

ifS:.j I C..ks Wluskey .L'-' and the subscriber having jwrcbased and _March 11. 185-1. 10 RANKS INSURANCE and other Companies,MERCHANTS Fob., 1854. ,,5 *m Jodgttof
1Oc1JBUMt1I Corn. Lard. Oil, Ae., for sale by. Notice. tittod up that large and commodious Brick Building ,Courts dc.:.111IO in large quantities for the< -

*. McNAUGUT 4 ORMOND.ITewport. South of the Court House formerfy occupied as a Tavern Leon Circuit Court. NORTH WEST and SOUTH TRADE. Bank of Charleston.
llar li H, 18LoL 10 THE undersigned having engaged the services of a by Mr. Qoodbread, and known then as the BAnner WRITING PAPERS. Cap Letter, Note and 1 -
petent Tutor for illS children,is willing to re- Elizabeth Uoldernes, Adm'z of "I J at New Pert Florid .ytW\d
House, takes this method of infonubg tLe public that Ledger Papers from the best Mills in the U. 8. FOREIGN AQEXCY
\ Valuable Land for Sale. eivc eight or ten pupils, (male and female,) to board he has coiiierted the said building into hotel, said Jawed Huldemcss, deceased. I In Chancery. PAPERS,TISSUE, DRAWING,WRITING McNAIJGIIT. "
in his family. for the term of ten months a .. }.Bill for epevitic Newport. January lI, 18" t _
commencing solicits per COLORED
: of the land. belonging to the estate of Henry pectfully a share of public patronage., No Ac.STATIONERY.
,: r ANY., deceased,'may be treated for .... April 1st Fur further particulars apply to pains orexixnsewill be spared reader UtM.osnfort. Christopher Strong and Cbria- fornaauce. Fany and Staple Goods a roost B. BROKAW'-
v : February 26, 1&54 GREEN CHAIRES. able who visit LJs house. tiana Strong. J extensive and Carda.Inks. P. :
t epplieatioa to either of tbe Execotors. I, may The vcQ kww Liv complete assortment. Envelopes ,
Stables, IT by affidavit made in this cat tha Gold Pens and Pencils Steel Pens. Ac. 'ITDP"
MARTHA. GEE M -' S. W. BAKER cry furmerly kepi by Capt NevmMMV eon appearing ** L3flY' ill ALI
,- ., R. K. CALL. J nocted with the Hotel. E. E. BLACKBURN. X defendant, Christopher Strong, reside out of the DIARIES FOR 1854. Time and Work Books,, .

C. ILDcPOST, r Eucl.ton. ATTORNLY LAW, Monticcllo, December 24, 1853. 51 Middle Circuit of Florida aDd in the State of Mississippi Tariff of the U. 8, Interest, Advance, Discount Exahauge TALLAHASSEE* FLORIDA.dss

: : ,and other useful books for the Counting Room __a I.' St .
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Febraarjr IS 185C 7.'m rS.lf.t.l aiOSTICELLO JEFFERSON -
COUNTY in-
-- ILL MEDICAL NOTICE. 11 it ordered. That the sold Christopher Strong do Job Printing of Cheap Cards, Bill Heads, Label THE'prElJ"etor wooJd .

MILES NASH &., POT- I Hatch 18, I8U. II .-. T I appear and answer the bill of complaint filed herein, Checka, Law Cases, Points. Ac t : 'andthI _
1ST
IB I I or the same will be taken for confessed against him : LITHOGRAPHY AND ENGRAVING. Bonds, p M wMSB-v y1 unvy tbd be..rud uJ.r
Dealer* Drugs .c. WM. F. II
.Medicines BS. ROBERTSON
Negroes for Sale. D' 4 J. W. EPPES Provided That a copy of this order be published in Stocks Certificate BIBS Exchange, Die cut Cards, his targe Briek Stables at t elUIto'Dert.(

WOULD i inform their friends and the public,,that 1 LIKELY man., food Turpentine bind having located in in the TallfthaMM, and associatethetawlves some newspaper published iu the Middle Circuit of and Envelope, embowsd b the best styLe prenared to'awnijnodAto b;. Oed Ulaek

oo apJl ;assortment tpf such 1" M fldldband.I Profeseioual together practice of Medicine,offer Florida ooec a week for the spae of {bar months (gr The Trade, Country Merchants and Dealer 'Uu; also has attached to 1 baa St3b1'' $ kiodl -
a jcici' M ore geaeralry) kept ia tbeirlioe of business, 1 their services to the pubi.cz. AT CHiMitii. 80th at low in ,here U WiR have taatlM.
boy U yearsij,pJuo l. wcU. o.tbo January, 18M.J. .O plied prices quantities to suit Buyer smith 8bo. CarriaCe..OIk.
Office
SWreof &uc ..
and I will be reviving regularly dtth 'Leir 11e 1fIsg& i Onl. sboeiog *
snpplics. Girl. 17 field baud WAYLES BAKER, Jodjr >. byMaiI executed with PbnUtioa work Hers 71r *AfoH
Rttideuce of Dr. EoberUon promptnf'.lll. ;
S shall Vw r i rtoaW!?. at the Parsonage of the iiu12t"
T tt'ff\M Terms cash or ifew York acceptance.Iprfll.lMl A True CJopy-ATTWT: 111CR LOUTRtL 61 William N. y, I e"Terbest'nuanertsd

: ']DJJcL-, \l>tU Vtb, 16M. 14 15 S 8, XIoUT.I Epiacopal Churcli.'llt. WM. F. ROBERTSON HUGH A RCHEB.JB.;Clerk. 1porting end Jll"lIlMt"rir' Station,. dinpstch.1urezuber.
a. Jan. :61/ 1 6na J. W. ErfES.
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Ysluaryiless.. 6 AJlfi18, WL. 15 3m. *, 1S53.


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