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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: June 10, 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.)
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DR.W. C. WIITAKER I trIITED STATES lift. charge of the gun was diminished each time. where e.1. ;."fp.are ratmcwt one, an exelaeive regi4to eoMritj,.coaeti-. '. ';' 'G '

RESIDENT PHYSICIAN I With four and a half pounds of powder, attainment,shouil. sacrifice speed for power. tation tbe date of commission the eoatroilu g cl '.- aJ'

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. IN SENATE, May 18, 1854. and always at six hundred and forty yards, a I The. perxmnel- of tie.) .NatyIt -. I I element of promotion; ii N mockey, a de- three hundredfrom sad tw.ausaUets V sa'c

t'w profosfonal services to the citizens of Mr. MALLORY made the following Report bomb struck in the wood, between the two is not a little 'Ktharkable) that the American usion, and a mare. thirty to fifty r"onMadred-aad ninety- .
OfftRS**** anli nc nity. Office first door East Bill port, and burst, tearing away the frame and seamen .whe the" of 1812 It rerenea the experience and the daily eight pasted ndshipiMB, from twenty-one e_to
[to 376 during
:]
accompany war
building, ) adjoining 1.arv14,184. breach of several feet
\f P"O&<* immediately planking, and making a fired more rapidly-; ; accurately, and destructively practice of prudence,which entrusts not the thldy.seyenyerofagS.V; V 4 ,
: th. 1 ly The Committee on Natal Affair haring un in height and width, BO shattered that all ,than those Great Britain France, ordinary"affain of life to agents whose pow. Your committee,:after carefully examiningthe !,
J.n consideration the Navy, and having present thought that the shot would hare endangered .: are now far behind them in this or We ers are on the decline.If the r&e of promotion ha the avveral grades.and ii:

A. PERRY AMAKER carefully considered the means of i .ipro- the vessel had it taken effect near have not retrograded, hot respect.to assume there be any profession \ more than the average officers, find that under -, .: !
ring it, report t V the water line.Besides we seem another demand from its votaries all the the present lieutenants when promoted :
A7 that sailor is born that energy
ATT3S8STT LAW this, two pieces of tbe iron work, every a cannoneer; power, daring, and will of to commander's will and f i'.
The naval service has neither the ships artillery practice,on a wave tossed deck at an our race, its b.ly-tbre
TALLAHASSEE FLA. I '
sixteen
weighing pounds, were driven inboard that of the seaman. It demands commanders, when
all C.
the which the *
3853. 20 armaments, nor the organization : the force of the equally unsteady target comes by nature; pt to''cp
May :1, by explosion, and nine. of man, and no seventy.fottr of
the condition and of powers great seaman within
resources and still bis
commerce we permit to" ya. De-
man sight"
JOHN B. GALBRAITH, the country,and expenditures for its main teen twelfth figures and last knocked bomb-down. Finally, tht gun as his uninstructed every judgement dictates, he last century has ever excelled in any other ,What! a commentary upon our V present system 'af

AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW demand. With covering profession. The rule should evidently be, ; .
ATTORNEY a commerce least
tenance or, at as the officer in command
With the same small charge, and at the may In referring to the t.
that the magnitude and grade of
as importance of ;
and in that cptin.
exceeding any your
Tallahassee, Florida. the'globe, tonnage fancy. While Great Britain and France I
distance, struck the of committee
same
Qf"! Office up-stairs in the Capitol iinmediatplv of every other power, our means for protecting knocked away n heavy piece corner of iron a work port have, by the establishment! schools of gun. naval operation increase, the chances of conSigning I that desre to express it conviction :'
i it to the bands of ability and many it .e never been "J.
those the smallest membr
it far less than of J
adjoining the Senate Chamber. [Oct.9. 40 maritime are State. and lodged io the upper side of the ship nery practice, and by the most assiduous attention daring, should increase. ; but the very energy reverse I surpassed by those any naval aerviceirthat ; :
against an iron knee five and a quarter inchesin to the theoretical and practical teach. combination of character
D. P. HOLLAND, is our practice. The older amanjathemoreis rare talent
France with of and
completeness plan size, and firmly supported the blow made ing of the art,'created thousands of thoroughly and which {
AT LAW ; the
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR attention to detail which all her he entitled to command; and if Nelson himself aUt chact accom
distinguish three fissures in the iron, two of which were infracted and practised rava! artillerists for ,. .
Florida were alive and to'enter our ff4j.
Qtfnty, institutions and works has at this service were: service
public moment their
have little .
four and inches thick and the bomb we paid or no attention Your ':
a quarter : committee recommends and has .
practice in the Court of the Middle Cir. the best desciplined and most efficient to this regularly to-morrow, he would find himself pro .t'
'TTTLT.. and of Jackson and Franklin Counties. squadrons and fleets that have still unbroken, buried itself further in the side, matter. We have no schoolsno without rank or command, and comparative.ly vide for an iocrea of the wages of the na .
ships, ever ex such
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practice- such skill. }
"" 42 October 23. 1 2._ without What would be thought of measure absolutely
: isted. Her equipments, her gunnery practice, to the havoc made upon a ship by these We may build and equip the finests ships this blind regard pay. Jor seniority in other Great difficulty is experienced nec"B f'
WILLIAM SCOTT, her squadron] and fleet sailing and manccu* projectiles, the French commission was of the in the world, and officer and man them with the depart. esaar.obtaining seamen.V ;. .
ments of ? ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, vering, aided by her propellers, have never. opinion that it was so terrible and so great, the best seamen of our country; but if we do Suppose we country should declare by law that This difficulty) wLcbh. also embarrassed ':;J .
been equalled, and have elicited the admiration I
IIONTICELLO ILLJitJy that it is thought one or two bombs of this not instruct them in the skilful use of their members of the United States Senate should the British navy, some extent the i
nasal world. France
of the in the
so. 1853._80_tJjanEnSKr : daysof kind, bursting in a battery, would make such guns, the day will eome when their utmost be the oldest representatives from State result of the vast increase of coastwise, :
her a o
,
bitterly tho want ,
greatest
E & DILWORTII, of a conquering power navy, and by a wept steadfast: acJ confusion as to cause,the surrender of the vessel effort in naval contests will but serve to salute who in their turn should be the oldest members and particularly our California trade.and the tf I
,or at least conduce materially to it and the triumph of their ennmies. Long demand for sailors at largely in sY V
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, consistent policy, first marked out and urged ; of a legislature, or that the districtjudg. consequent ; .
?"TICELIO AXD QrI CT'. by the Prince de Joinville-, the has nobly prepared to produce by the power of the bomb and I: practice bird only enables the marksman to bring es should be taken from the oldest lawyers, cr wae., with th addulonilltimul of :.
splinters: ; such damage in the frame thatif down a on the wing; how much more and. to 1
retrieve the the circuit from the oldest district judges, and voyages promotion
: tho explosion6hould take place near the water practice necessary were bird and the Supreme Bench be supplied from the old the of mates and matr while the wa. 't i ;
'"3. 853. 29 Under of the last decrees pst
one of her National both
marksman the
line the vessel would probably sink. Thereis on wing. And yet thereare est circuit judges. Such a proposition would ges condition of_ seamen, re't ,
ART s J'. I-oBf. a. H. u.TJOBY DA\'IDIoON !I Assembly, made in October, 18-19, the no doubt on this subject: it was added, not wanting men in out navy who deride shock the common sense of the country ; and main Wchange.Few&e sailors will ship for ..i:$' .

& DAVIDSON report of its committee of fifteen members "a may evidently be perceived from the result the teachings of science in practical gunnery, yet this principle governs naval promotion. the navy dol per month, when .

ATTOaNEVS AT LAW, chosen by ballot, was published in 1851, in of bomb number -, which, 'lad it struck a and who, if they do not believe that sailorsare Apart from all other considerations, the any man who can splice and,steer can gal .-:' :

QUINCY, FLORIDA. two large quarto volumes of thirteen hundred few feet lower, would certainly have done irreparable predestined cannoneers, seem to regard present system tends to check die ardor and twenty-five in the merchant service. t.

WILL practice in the Middle Circuit of Florida, pages, and embraces searching inquiries into, mischief." the art ofrapid and accurate delivery of shot to deaden the ambition of the whole Provision is also, made for ascertaining and
;in the Eastern Counties of West Florida. every branch of the material and personnel of naval of and shell as of little importance, or corps and medal : i-
Such are ths armaments England very very by sustaining and perpetuating injustice. Aseaman's rewarding merit, by extra pay a ; ,
All busiuMK entrusted to their care will receive the naval service. rt
prompt
Instances have ;
.tteDt On. Franco, and Russia; and while we acknowl. readily acquired. occurredin ability to play a seaman's part depends and the naval academy,and the highest.honors 1t
December 24, 1 S63. it Great Bit:1, with more and heavier ship<, edge their mighty power, we may well doubt which our naval vessels have sailed from much, very much, upon his sea service ; of the profession, are held out to the sailor J
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is as yet unequal to France in those numerous in the absence of all experience, the policy of the United States, and returned, after a two and had we a naval contest tomorrow, the boy whose character, conduct and capacity 1if t:.. 7.-,

BAKER & McIVER, yet essential details, which combine the placing upon a heavy ship H numerous battery years' cruize, without once having handled a common sense ofcho country.would not tolerate may entU him fostrng han .! ;
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, mine! and matter of naval service in the most of such pans, each of which is of itself shot or fired a gun. Can seamen,under such the appointment of any man to active I: government. t or :ri} i

TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY, FLORIDA, efficient organization. Yet both navies pos- snfficient to destroy an adversary, instead of circumstances, their very first artillery prac. service who was familiar,and thoroughly Attempts are frequently mad, by polling i.i; :

TV t/ILL practice in the Middle and Western Circuits sess, n common those element offensive and dividing them among several ships. tice being perhaps in the midst of an engagement familiar, with the handling of ships and fleets the companies of our ships, to determine'he] 1 I.. :
1 I Decatur and
of and iu th CounUea of
Florida defensive power, which may be regarded as the view contend with skilfnl and practised artillerists rl'.
Thomas Perhaps following comparative under all circumstances. Yet we find from proportion of American born or nat d.
OLnOLLIXG '
u changing the character of naval warfare, andas may best'illustrate the relative force of our equally brave and far more cool, be- the returns! before as that out of eixty-eigbt citizens composing them, and this"proportion' hi.

BAKEtt, A. N. MIYER, destined to make its contests the forlorn navy in 1846, (see Sen. Doe. 187, 20th cause fA .,. doing Q only that with which they are captains forty-tvo are waiting orders on shore.at is found to be less than one-third; 'the rest '.4t.

Tall.Lqjic._. ,, 1 L,.. 1 Quillry.anu.s.rv hopes of the seas. Cong., 1st. Session,) before the three great laminar -a salary$2,500 per annum, (six of whom are seamen from all the'maritime nations of ; .
-- .: The auxiliary screw, protected fromthe effect powers of Europe had put in commission We think not, and we deem a school for were severally last at sea in 1816, 28, '31, the earth; and all the principal languages of rr-:1

:JOSEPH IF. DcPOXT, of shot, while it enables belligerent! ships many of their ships, which have since been the education of naval gunners &s essential '34, '38, and '39,) making an aggregate of Europe, and the dialects of the Sandwich Islanders {
to approach *n'l engage with equal controlover to the service. It cannot be concealed. that i.1 r
KT1Y AT L' sent to sea : 8105000. ( and Malays are not tmfrequently' '
QUI CY, FLORIDA, wind and sea, nnd removes all excuses Great Britain, for every 100,000 tons of commerce some most culpable negligence, heedless extravagancc Of ninety-eight commanders, (seven of heard in ourjships.It .. '' -I"\c'\ >.
for avoiding a contt, gives: to neither the and wasteful expenditure, to say whom last respectively at in comment the im : :
continue to the office recently occu bad afloat and efficient were sea 1815k, is o upon
WILL occupy the least have characterized the service of unneceu ? t
by the late firm of C. H. & J. H. PuP.mt., advantage in the flight; and this with the introduction . 588 guns. '29, '29, '33, '34, '36, aud '38,) there a.re waiting I policy o committing g'the honor of the flag to : ;
and to practice* in tlx adjacent Counties of thc Middle) of the eight and ten-inch Paixhan France had 1,063 late years; and that attempts to place the par. ) orders forty two, at $1.800 per annum- such e can obtain.the be of our 1: !V Ii
md WotTQ CircuiU. He vill aleo attend the terms shell is the salient improvement in naval war ties responsible for it before the country have bnas..W .
of the
u $76,000.
an aggregate ing, Jto.
Russia sea pay
.the Court In Tullal.isee aDd iiaiianna.January 2,466 failed. It is needless call attention ide'r.r.
Supreme to to
shot
fare. The round enti ,
special
passing eI.tbroDgh Of three hundred and lieuten. the maintenance
Ie iwenty-six the
;. 185*._1_ And the U. States had but 97 instances. for jo bill/and! by'
I the hull of the ship, does it comlarstinllittle ants there ..are waiting i orders fifty-nine, at i 1..1-i
good
The British has at no period been so f should in all 1
Floor Matting. V injary. Its course through the oak navy The Secretary <% the Navy V drslplD I
.
of of the
81.200 is
AitMf. -t, _J < n lM 1.1..0 eo._ 1..1'.1'1..a ..J .. 1-:11,...J r.um.,t.l.1A." -f.thi. nirtnruiL AajurOl: flDrwtar. ..,*U A*. l>* held ( IVI'J.ltl._ 1stanee :- uc one, making u tu..an',t aggregate.Pi --., ..fg.970.800... -_ gravest eonse-- ,.
AaUPERIOH for ale low by a carpenter's plug repairs the damage ; still from a glance at Steel s list of the royal navy .- He possese'. ample'power to pro- t midshipmen, there are but eight waiting ord. dciplineotheflavyeV&ftan $$erA
Aprils. 1864. U CUICHLOW i BROS. for 1853. It is stated at 545 effective tect the public interests confided to him ; pow. *4'l'*
less injury is don if tbe shot docs not pass ers at 8600-84,800. alarming extent, and even -tb* show or
Paranoia. through. In Perry's engagement on Lake ships, mounting 13,754 guns, many of them er to compel every officer promptly to do his And that while there are seven captains and pretenceof.it cannot always b maintained.insubordinate .. 411?

Superior tock of Silk and Cotton Um Erie his ship received one hundred and twelve of tbe heaviest character. The list of screw duty or to suffer disreputable furlough ; pow. commanders who have been 'each forty-one and IfUtO. eOue and an. ...: tiS: ; ,

AVERT and Paranoia fur ale lot- by round shot in her hull, and came gallantly steamers gives- er to enforce gunnery practice at sea or in years in the navy, and who are now receiving utter disrespect to rank and attioo; are of t
Aprils, 1854. 14 CRICHLOW & BROS. victoriously into port. 2 of 120 pang. port; power to preserve a just and fair dis. respectively 82,500 and 81,800 and yet have every-day occurrence ; and unless legislation :.:i' '!:
"
-. But the days'of such contests are past ; and 1 of 101 tirbution of the toils and indulgences of the seen less than ten years'sea service, there are shall place io the hands, .of.the- officer t4r: .I

Oil Cloths. we may now regard them as the amicable and 5 of 90 service ; power to prescribe relative rank; brty-three passed midshipmen who have seen some corrective, the scenes of the Bounty. 'i .)

A SUPERIOR Article of Figured Oil Cloth f J\. the Floor; also,a siiperior article of 64 MabogoBT to the future battles of the great 8 of 50 to 70 guns. life, activity and zeal, by teaching the ceiving but 8700 cnnam. may b r-atf I I. H..f t.
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per
OU) Cloth for furuiture, for ale low by V .
of 21 40
the
:April R. 1R54. 14 CRICHLOW & BROS. deep, if theory tested by experiments,and sustained I 6 to officer whose cruize is in the tropics or on A glance at our naval captains wil: illas- The mdns of inflicting punishment onboard 1Jf"i"'l
by the results of the late action at Sic Tho screw steamers in course of completion African coast that his chances for just and rate what the his'ory of all naval service our where every man has his, ; "
Boots and Shoes. lhp
nope, may be relied on. were- honorable employment and advancement are >roves. Paul Jones captured the Serapis, in place and is a place for every man," .,r ;: _
A SUPER article of French Pump Soled Boot It may be considered as a fact pretty well 3 of 100 to 120 guns. equal to those whose cruize is within the pre. one of the most desperate and memorable! are,necessarily, very limited;.and those corrections -. ,jfs r .

Sopor[ Low Quarter Patent Leather Shoes. with established, that two or three .explosive nineor 6 of 90 guns. cincts of Washington.It combats on record, at thirty-two years of age. which are now resorted to by commanders : c
Broad and Narrow Tie, Cloth and Kid Gaiters ; V
Ladi!," Slipper, Bofldnt and Gaiters,for Top tale low by ten-inch shells, well aimed and properly 3 of 80 is not the purpose of your committee in Hull conquered the Guerriere at thirty-eight, are sometimes the most novel, and ,' =''i<
April H, 1654. 14 CRICHLOW t BROS. planted, are enough to tear out the side of the 1 of 50 this report to do more than advert to some of Decatur burnt the Philadelphia at twenty v. often the most humiliating to a sailor. ,J ri f "

largest ship, and completely to disable, if not The application of the screw to the ordi. the prominent defects of the naval service en. Perry conquered on Lake Erie at twen- Confinement 1 not,to the idle and vicious, ff4j .',

Fans. wholly destroy her. I quote from the experiments nary ship of the line, giving her an auxilliary those most urgently demanding, and most ty.eight and McDonough on Lake Cham a punishment attention.to the offen I :'

ASUPERSt.oet of Super Folding,Spanish and; made with nine.inch explosive shot in speed of from four to seven knots, is the susceptible of reform ; and discarding the plain at thirty-one. Stewart captured- der's health rp to hare air and light; -41IP. .;
for tale low by Brest the Pacificanteur whore the British have, consideration of minor evils it comes at onceto Levant and Bain- surrounded his and! ; :
April; ". 1854. 14 CRICHLOW & BROS. the harbor of upon salient improvement Cyane and at thirty-nine, and he is by ,aiPa
-- an eighty-gun ship. The piece to be fired excelled the French Even while we are the bride the JAva at thirty-one. The youngest often by.hi sympathizers; of tH i: ;\

VEHY 8essura.arUck for sale by was mounted on a small pontoon,and planted writing, we learn that the Cressy, a 90. gun I' Rank pay,, and promotion of the navy. victor was twenty-seven and the oldest but: their reaches his ear; conversation is i '.'

A.A Superior CRICHLOW oCSegnrc. & BROS. I ofl upon the water to the distance of about ship of the Baltic fleet was driven from her It is evident to all conversant with the subject thirty-nine, and thirty-three was their average indulged in (o his bnef and he l learns_daily ''f j > ;; f

April 8. 18fj-l. 14 six bundredand. forty yards from the eighty.gun moorings and only saved from going ashoreon that we have more commissioned and age-less than that of many of our I a hthl c ko1-a .!U 1'. ;
I
Gold Pens. ship, which was to be the target. the Swedish coast by her screw. noncommissioned officers of the several grades passed midshipmen.The pogi ti[ litt w rd'aOAL- t

Gold Peni. for sale by The experiments were made in the presenceof 1 L our committee has thus briefly revertedto than are necessary or useful to the present naval academy has given, and is give : His hi ma ;, :
BAOLEFS Super CRICHLOW 4 BROS. i a number of the most eminent officers iu the navies of the great commercial powersof I naval service ; and that a just regard for the lug to the country, officers not only thorough' .I (urDsed him ; his a'washed,and fZ1VI !

April 8, 1854._14Perfumery._ the French navy. The first shot sufficed to Europe, the better to illustrate the condition -: public interest requires, not only that many ly educated for the duties of the service but wat attended to by his wpat and if.:
determine opinions ; but to complete the evidence of our own. should be retired or furloughed, but that the whose character and ability would adorn any : he regards his position rather ff: j

twelve shot were fired. The following We have no such ships as the Royal Albert present manner of appointment to the servicefor profession. These are the men who will be than &a punishment, for he, b devolved f i; ;

A man SUPERIOR Colognes stock. Real of Lubin'English Extracts, French, and Imt Ocr-do, is a summary from the official report on the the Duke of Wellington, the James obvious reason, should be changed. called; upon in the command of our fleets and upon others the duty which he detne not I 1

Jules Hauel's Eau Lustrale,or Hair Restorative Pba. occasion. The first shot struck low, and a? Watt, or the Agamemnon. Our most efficient We have endeavored to find employment ships not only to contend with the abiity: to perform himself. V aEr:

lon't Invigorator, Lyon's Katbarion,Barry's Tncopher- soon as the explosion was heard,the commission steamship, judging from her service, is supernumeraries in the coast survey and and advancement European navies, but as : Our commanders are now lashing offenders : :.' cI

out, with a great variety of cheap Perfumes. Pomatums repaired on board,A thick smoke filled the the side.wheel Mississippi. And the British as assistants to the light-house board. But protectors of the rights of American citizens I by the wrists t cross beams; lashing '; ti ;

Hair Oils.Ox Marrows. Bear's Oils. Fle b Powder bet'eeIJ.decks, where the bomb had burst.- I board of engineers, appointed to inspect the such employments, which are more properlythose and property in foreign seas aud countries -. them up in their hammocks; ppncold. '1! .
White and Powdered
,
Piak and White Liquid
Lilly
The fire engine was worked, and the smoke side.wheel the but knowledge of the institutions, governmentand water them ; "iiiciing" ;2 t
Rouge, Poooet Boxes and Puffs,Suaving Creams ships of the royal navy during of civilians, we cannot regard as a upon ,.L \1
aDd Com UDd. Soaps and Wash Balls in great abandaoce lasted ten or twelve minutes; the bomb bad I past year, pronounced them all totally unfit calculated to impair the general usefulness of commercial systems of maritime powers,. ging," them; and. .resorting t.many othernovelties J A",
for sale by CRICHLOW
April 8. 185{._14_ in the ship's side\ which then was consumes but about twenty-three tons of coal noblest aim should be to protect the nations, and of the rights, duties, and obligations but under any circumstances the prompt per.lormance :l +

Needles.JAMES twenty-nine' inches thick ; it had torn off two per day, and can cross the Atlantic under honor and the interest of the country by his under them, will be demanded of them. of the daily routine of duty, s a, :.11 f.
feet of the inner and then the sometimes as negotiators of treaties cannot ,Imprisonment i
SMITH&SONS'Superior Needles, forsale plank exploded steam or sail. ships! and guns upon his peculiar theatre- They act general thing b enfoce.
:
C&ICHLOW & BROS. made a bole in the orlop deck of2 or three feet While, in reviewing the condition of our teL Some of the most accomplished young as warriors, as judges, as pacificators.To o coon'nment of n o ted ; ; .'

April 8. 1854. 14 square, knocked away and shattered to atoms own naval establishment, we cannot but express officers in the service are.at this moment engaged fight his ship well is an essential, but far to'many without materially impairing the 'a i'j pity

more than one hundred and fifty square feet the confident opinion that, with unequalled whkt is termed the hydrogrophicol from being the most important, duty of an of the ship's company. An increase of i1 _)

Fr.. Hew Y.rk, per Dried" E. Reaalagten," of timber. mechanical skill, abundant materialand branch upon of the survey,whose frequent duty accomplished seaman, and his country's interests pay, and holding o'extra pay, cerb5cates \,. \ .
IO Coffee.
.D Apples, second bomb trf versed the and honor depend fully as much of conduct, and medals for will : ? .
J.v Java Coffee. Ileidsto Champatfne.OoWen The quarter. resources, we have within ourselves the is making those soundings with a line or pole, upon merit .
Syrup Bologna Sausages, deck, carrying with it two piece ofplank, means of excelling all nations in naval pow. with which all boatmen are familiar, and reducing bit services in peace as in war. doubtless obtain a better elu an- :, i g .
( Ootben Butter which fire and feet h :_ Unlike the army, which in serves and for these the bill ;
one of was a quarter long, er, we cannot acknowledge, at the same the same maps utners are appointed peace poYd V .
CurraoU Almonds Cider Whit Vinegar WiDe then striking the mainmast obliquely,it knocked time, that no branch of the public service has to do the duty upon which our collectors of the but as a stationary nucleus for future organization -! 'Your committee h pcde for, and recommends .1 ft" },
Vinegar '
off from three to four feet well our frigates are the'eyt.of our government that the now .
Kew England Ram, splinter long exhibited within the last twenty years, a customs always performed,& performed i upin '
Oogaiae and American Brandy and nine and a half inches thick, and burst more fruitless expenditure of these resources. until l tbe light-honse board was devised. ; and penetrating every sea, and I in service shall,b divided jnt of I .

Madeira.Tberry, Port and Claret Win*. ing, tote away a maet-band ten and a half Forgetful that the purpose, and tbe only purpose What can be more foreign to the tastes atchful of passing events the navy is at once commodore captaiD/ that there be f
sad American Gin.
HolUnd
feet in circumference, weighing one hundredand of a navy j is to protect commerce and and pursuits what more destructive to the the messenger of our peace and of our abilityfor twenty commoderes :t i'
ALSO, from New Orleans thirty pounds; this man of iron was drive sustain the interests and honor of the country ambition'of a young officer, than war. The assistant 'purser's grade U also created f
1 0 Hbds.Side aDd Shoulder, en with such professional Such educated at the country's expense is deemed nece. Young J i \ -
and
a force that one of ita halves upon the great deep, and nU expenditures, about in railroad cars, stages or men, -very
travelling
8 do B.stBwDSugtr,
100 BbIa.Extra and Superfine Flour, track the opposite bulwark seventeen feet distant not immediately conducing to these'important lighters, from light-house to light-house, in-! should be employed in responsible positions men familiar with accounts, and pronounced 1j )
where flattened and adhered. The and thekeeper' at the period of their greatest useful- board examining parsers competentto .
should
25 do Rebofod Syrup objects, not be charged to tbe the-cleanliness of the towers by a
:5 do Rectified Whi key, splinters of the bomb shattered the bittft, cut navy, we have wasted millions ships spe ting" the kind'and quality of aess-and to attain this object your commit. perform their duties, will enter the. service i1 !
upon premises, 1'
5doLsrd, some of the braces, and would have injured which have never made a cruize_ oil wicks'and; buff-skins used and reporting tee recommends and provides Iota_ retired at a 'moderate salary, and supply the grade '{ !
10 Cask Oarofina Eke, many men and articles of rigging if the ship yards and stations, and naval docks upon navy atao- lamp their, keepers''special qnsbJcation list and a permanent furlough lilA of purser with active and akMfal members as IF
2 BOXM ToIIru2 had been The explosion distinction should be made between vacancies arise. 'ij. ,
equipped.
do Jb !, II' also set lutely useless, and upon chimerical discoveries I The .is a ieslotti mistress,'whose honors just.. i .. _L__i' i"i :_ -.:11 :. _may .." "_i__ .J :
B do, StarC1"41.s. nre w a con oi rope. involving bypothetical improvements, and I only to the assiduous,'and we the gallant old seaman, :wnosw. BOP $3 uu w 'ine Buresa oi avmnpmenc, irraers ana 41 g1
tMBettSpaoiihSann.Tor The third bomb entered the aide, betweentwo that, after all, we have not a ship-of-the-lbo are" yielded bat regard the. labors of her votaries his profcesioD, whose heart beats butler his Details and the appointment of a judge advocate -

e.by BEERT t BOWLES.It. ports, struck aod tore off an oaken knee in commission. eaVfftbt these services as calculated to wean country, but who is disqualified bjr long,faith- general, are meaaores of argent aeecssity -

-.April. !_ igsj. 15 seven feet five inches J long, and six and a half I The exigencies of naval warfare now seem opoi then from, and unfit them for,'their ant love '(el, and honorable service or disease acquired ,and win greatly advance the torn*mterestaol .

Fretli to thirteen and, three-quarter inches, thick, to demand, as the perfection of naval superily wtlred andfarloughed Kst-wifl relieve the ia the active discharge of hia duty-and the the service.Your V t

WI art. Groceries.Orleaos, per which with its iron.f teniop weighed more the greatest known speed with the greatest A servile (ova while, bat the supply of officers man who has uniformly and ingeniously contrived committee abstains from presenting. 4
UDiW 6t.-lap Jot of than two hundred and six pounds; then bursting known armament than the demand.we should be. to evade his"sea duties and devolved in,one bill that thorough organization of the

g-arBaeoo Bidet, its splinters knocked down ,forty of, the The British being greater the appointment to the naval them upon _otber-Iho has succeeded by navy which, in jodgmeBt" iademaa ed..and '
screw ship Himalaya of restricting ;
t near. gin by other resorts which rWanla' tbe lastaMsioaof g
influence, or to
wooden figures nailed around the gun..to represent has made about one-half the number political which it broofbt:
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Ij 4,000 tons knots and the aeadem/ V .
rCursatmNo1 ; should be of the
his noble profession atraDI'rinpauinlche' adoptixm
Flab men. The ,explosion also shattered of the I Is Congress; battbe I provisiocanow -
1 boa14m; V one of be beams supporting the decks'above, union battery, then of Pennsylvania these requisites 140 would guns; a Promotion" made. in the service is regnlsted exclniirely best of his,days upon, shore-the presented will go far to advance

Prim.Mm Pork If starting several, punks pus of which was tena dace, the most formidable naval structure pro., by aeniOTit7:01;ominissionf. a system, man, in shortwboisunoIthfrorn, his.own and soureee_of oor natal pow.

Choici Sogan and a half feet..long and another ..5"8.and. and their combination should be governed by in.the judgment of your committee, prefers- meet course this or from distinction original, want- sysmenHfee of.merit: hasprovided To I' B .-B l. ..;.-.S I'
8oaa.QuoOUaa IKL,&e.. I their destined other If all officers be quslidto joar
JUee qoarUr; the character service.I The tie to every I lists- In laaded LoulIawori abe ".

W.Otts O To abridge Ibis detai,I.wiU only.rsfw to 1 steamships of a borne squadron,.with harbors, perforDt TL Menaiofl tie in the forth beat,?>*?'a$a1if1Faftou. .--. legeAt tJ two tW. .UtM.w. Turing> v4 sCttt pij-tcd Jgkt privi.cap.taimvfka ; $ rac& .< &%ebewred.of

JBsvf TdHarriett. the two _JWMrirsMf shots of tU jtmaio workshops, and oOal., ". war under their Jut M .: meDia) mdkVI& ti>y.wa .ile.Myeiiyeartof'age it was swl4.n1qoII .of the oldJ. E1.1.V .
joue
.M log nine.. PereeWaf &;.. ombialwayipsjaed lee, :may' sacrifice power for" speed ;. while .( V ace' W.!tt.frequent *. ; ninety-seven' _coasMaflarsV. .esvtntv. .' -1.j ': ,-. IV.V

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--U -i-- Voite of SontEnn; Whig. poshrt through the Honse by a Iforthera, Democrat Spirit of the -YdrttefB Ittlfc Prev. : with loathing. -Our own history ie against it Oar <:-Indiana taoeratia Go&rotioB.. -

jhribian & ltr1tRL OcLRicbaroVon; itKceived MM votes jkBujority of So fiar aa_fx hava been.able to diaoor. .taerau I fatal Democracy' tolerated itae amooater,_.brother CDc' Hay i*>-Tbe Indian State
The Macon Jotrnal Jb "jftHenftr, oDe among tbe the Northern Democrats; aad waa aidtd-wjrail legitimate that i it eoold not be rid of. It sever dftsuowd thai it Is'eoaYetioa assembled -*
._ lot a aotHarwi pij>er la the Not but condemns i i starvejud dff .tt out.- .011 1r ednetdI
1t$ ._ most influential Whig paper of Georgia makes the means by a Democrfcio Admi" ,. Tbe would overtop and bind and nominated Stat.ceep.. Lirolat
t -- following remarks over the development of .the,Tote measure nt,al be pronooneedk a !>*> *& &?..". the passage of the Nebraska BIll lathe roost bitter Now that both are come of age they DOC manage !. ..d b1 ia TOte of421 to 13, ,etocits ec ttb tLa&w.the
TALLAHASSEE : It received not a single Northern Whig$ v**, aDd of aad emp language. Even those papers which the farm together. ,One or the other JIltll& genii Into 01 Indiana ipproy. of the
; )Er .T. on the Nebraska Sill in the House of Representatives tbe l.vVotrs it obtaine! ill the 'House, M, hundred have been heretofore regarded as eonservatif, are as the desert and slavery should be the Isbmsel. no set dteDdiD the laws ut the UDlaed pr&f. of
: were the votes of Democratic members. We cannot angel of the Lord will come down and point where Territ.oriee oIBebraeb and X- Ofer"
; Saturday, June 10, 1854 A careful analysis of the rote in the n usc of Repreeentntives suppose that the Southern Whigs will advocate a purely rabid as the most ultra Abolitionist sheets. We lay lbs water is, to restore its fainting heart ((1)I) Against iD the on tW.J&b not'J1I9pIdJ; tNt Ith u..y _.
.""-- -*- """ :L '- --f- _"_-- ,jT -_*-_!"__ -_- upon its final paeagc,pre.clJu some facts 1 sectional Southern organization. They refused to before our reader specimens the remarks of these Slavery arrayed Reason and Rhyme Law and Literature diction dCoogresa tode nm7i2.pZKoW

,. ", 1'DRMS-Three Dollars per annum,if paid in \rLich are :wi.it.y 1 ) of the attention of S/autbera men, do that wl.-n California Utah, and Hew,Mexico were papers, commencing with. the Albany State Jteyitttr, Philosophy and Religion Principle. All constitution of the 8tatel; |r-u-diawtaaTti !'
; H; advance; $3 60 if paid within rix months of the time and which are interesting too. as indicating the probable at stake, HI id will hardly! attempt it now when there is a journal high ia tbe confidence 01 the whigs ot the these are strong, but stronger than all has been its intolerable republican inform; but CIQ'tba 'contrarr ." *
'* and the end of the AdTertisements of in 1S56. not left to foot of where the battle for i arrogance. Had it been satisfied with regal the and
!Ifl;*' subscribing ; 4 00 at yenr. organization parties us a ground North-that branch of the party known as the Silver I possess right power to adopt eaelss
for There 234 in the House. 160 Democrats be with of honors tbe North might have stultified Jtself a few best their sad
One Dollar persquareof 12 lines first are niemoers slavery can fought any prospect ueceis; suit views want*; that they
,r 'q and fifty Cents for nil subsequent inscrtioni. Annouucemtnts and .Whigs. and upon the Nebraska Bill there and, besides, would be manifestly unjust t.tbs true Grays the bead,of which hi Fuutoat. It says: years longer by rendering them. But now it comes ,tJoctly opposed to the Clayto si"ri.d.n .'.-
kk1 candidates!, Five Dollars u..b,"''!' w -re 20 absent or not voting; 9 from the Free States men of the North who have stood by us atsk-iaifrisis w The north will not be quiet coder this great to break our necks,"because we will cot treat it as a Resolutions were also adopted .Mesuing t.
i iiLrr: to be paid in advance. Religion?, Obittwry nndMar and 11 from the Slave States and among the Utter, despite Ute tempest of faction to which thej batiiWa wrong The peopla tlM aarth Will not rMaaia calm Oed and worship it. Utratloo complimenting 8eDator.9
44: riage Notice*,nut exceeding 12 line will be published Messrs. Dent and Seward from this State. There we exposed to exclude them from our ranks and 4I eiare while slavery moving onward with giant e&rid .- Turning from New york. we quote from the Boston dialing the prohibitory liquor law.

pratis. cyNoeCTtificnt: or legal notices any description will be given out tlmt number there were but tbree ubo voted .But a stronger reason is, tba a sectional organUa- erect a wall of brass against slavery. Ho State, .. faithful" Massachusetts;the the
ever
until th. adreititing fee f ic paid.BEMOGRA1MASS. f..r the Lilt McDonald of Maine. Ingersoll of Connecticut tion of the South could not compete with the vast numerical whether from the west or the south whether carvedot following: convention says tIle Washington & "tr''"V'Ie
1' Iud Hibbard of New Hampshire. There nre one superiority of a sectional,organization at the of' territory already belonging to the Union or The deed is done. Tbe act of perfidy is accomplished Hon. A. P. Willard, lIeutenant governor of the
members from the Free States Union is acquired by conquest or purchase, can ever come into lite House of Representatives, under the BtaU
hundred and forty-two North, and our only hope of safety in use Hon. Graham N. Fit f Ii. Hon. E.A.
and out of this Lumber forty-four voted for' the Bill, co-operation with that party at the North which. remains tbe confederacy with a Constitution recognizing power of party drill, aided by official influence, hare Baanegu,sod. "
MEETING sod of this forty-f.iMr, wlio! voted with the South, every true mid steadfast to the Constitution. slavery. The war against that institution will not passed, under the previous question, the infamous Ne- ny others who all cordially.endorse the prindpl kf

-0- mnn was a Democrat 1 There was not one single By thus uniting themselves with Democrseythe cease, until there is nothing left against which to taaka Bill ;-uot called fur by any portion of the the Nebraska bill Mr. Hannegan it is stated in 0
vote for the South from the wl.ole Northern Whig Southern Whss would Late the satisfaction of feeing strike. It will sweep away the Nebraska bill; it will people, but gotten up to promote the ambitious por- published proceedings was *
A meeting of the Democrats of the representation in CV'ngr?f', nnd it is this fact t->which th-j Stutb a unit, and powerfully aided by a resolute sweep away the fugitive slave law ; it will abolish poses designing politicians. The passage of this marks in defence truly eloquent ia his n.
North. Will slavery in tbe District of Columbia; it will do all bill, violating as it does the plighted iutb of the of tbe measure and during his br!
Jqd County of Lepn is requested nt the we would call tbe attention of Southern Whig,irthr J able,and ('On.enatiurg Jliutll. at the tois nation -
; lire ary wlu still entertain the idea of acting in conceit f .Mr thus adopt the most feasible and honorable meth- and whatever more can be done without iavcdlng the puts on end to all compromise, destroys all pub address, was frequently interrupted with cheers and
& ( ours IIoiiie; Tallahassee on SATUEDAVJUJS'E I in the next presidential' election with the Northern o.l 1 rf ensuring union arid power to the South, or will literal guarantee of the Constitution. Tbe endangering lie confidence, and opens wide the door for public ag applause. -
of the '. Tlie is against a name, to deter of the Union will excite no terror. Its dissolution itatioH. When the claims of an institution which is
24 for the appointjnent wing pari) thing impotllble.'r.'te they suffer a silly prejudice Indiana b now a central State. Her
is no sympathy no agreement upon principle.no them; from a policy which is equally recommended by even will not prevent the progress of the war. The of itself a foul blot upon our country, override all oth been almost prosperity La
Delegates to the State Congressional concert of action between the two sections of the prudence, patriotism and duty f }out terroni. north loves- tIle Union, nnd will stand by it always er interests, and trample in the dust all! compromises unexampled for (the last few years and

i p Convention to be held at Madi-Iit Party; on the contrary there is a direct antagonism but they hate Il&and will' not, even for the qui:- and compacts, it is time fur all patriots to look about her population is rapidly increasing. Her democracy
between them upon questions in which the interests That Beet Beat et of the Union, see it cast its shadow of desolationover them, and to inquire what measures shall be adopted have taken a noble and unanimous stand fa favor cf

: ; pon, and, if (deemed by the meeting advisable nnd the ln-nor find the safety of the South are involved, Oadsden County can beat the world at rawing Beel "territory consecrated by solemn compHeteto freedom to resist these encroachments upon the right of the the rights of the people. In her political creed th.t
and it i'u time that their final separation Ihould be de North. If our country wishes to preserve her character .
r at that time. al
of ft Legislative ticket: to be supported names and party prejudice after the distinctive principles one from Mr.Bizzell's garden in Quiney, which weighed Silver Grey organs,is not a whit behind the and efficient measure should be taken to assert the American Constitution the ark of oof political safe-.,
of the unr"IIA"C been nbardoncd, and more ira- 1S1 pounds and measured 26 inches round. That wasprety Regltter. rights of the free States, and protect them against the ty. With such bulwarks as these to protect the lIDo

c : .. in the coming election.] A full pOI tot) still, it fs outrageously and glaringly wrong, fair, Lut it is cast entirely in the shade! Lj'one We M quote : eucrachnienU. of the slave pow er. The day of debate ion of the States, fanaticism will rage in Tain
; attendance is earncstlv invited. 'tor SctLeru Whig* to sw-ain :n organization, whatv We have remonstrated against this measure from 1 is past. Active measures and united effort alone tan
which sent us by Mr. Seegar, Tost Master at Qpbcy,grown the outset and the developments of save the Republic.How .
<> r tray l>* its uatne or aut r.t"I.tll employs every successive Three ..gon.loaded with gunpowder roar De-
MANY DEMOCHATS. nil its power pjfcternatically to oppress tnd degradethe by Mr. GruLb of the same town. We Lave placed it week Lave deepened our sense of its evil. It levels striking is the contrast between such language punt's Powder Mills blew at
:: --- South. Th'e! Wliiof Ot'orglhll"e stood aloof It with every barrier to the full sweep of anti slavery agitation np Wilminjfoa, DeJeI
exhibition at AMES'S Drugstore. weighed as the above and the tale unfolded
on in the
V .* and will make the following) ware, on the 31st ult, killing fifteen horses
inevitably
from the Natitmal Whig Tarty eiuce 1850, and time next Presidentialcanvass tndfiv*
; Hlr' of the Navy.We I Uie top 22 pounds and minus the top its weight is sectional Tbe Lot few lines: human betides
Reorganization ttill contest beings
in "lit i nt.rf "rgmr!, and trf teuton for thtm a passions, the shattering several bones in ih.
$ $ are under ct.!i ati\nl! to Senator; Mnllory for avpy /" maintain; ; thfir Tuition of iwitfiendente; 01,J rf iiinetten joundt circumference 29 inches. Now, fierce animosities the unmeasured denunciations, thelhreatt.Le NEBRASKA BILL IN MASSACHUSETTS. vicinity of the catastrophe. There were from 17j to
uolalo"d to cvntm't Ilolladt'f. neither of lite.atiinolpa' we submit this is a beet that can't be beat-but if buns, the curses the defiance, the disloyal !
of tLe nud Bill submitted him the BOSTON May 24. 200 keg of powder in the all
of
< by on which
report wagons
i *: rfA I .\ tieR (.f the Utilon. The pnscn e of the thinks they can beat it send on beet schemes, the violent acts, and all that abominable The ex
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.:# .:''.!,.,h,.p "' the improvement nf the Naval Sen,ice of tl-e United the Whig Paity f the North, upon a platform upon The Boston Slave Cale.RI.Tt'1' attend and give energy to such a contest will come. Nebraska evening bill and by a adopted vote of resolutions 48 to 8. They endorsing also votedto the Ildin of the lit Inst, contain full and circumstantial
R ', fiilinir.ille rton which Southoin Whigs! ,nsS >utlrfni men.cannot stand. Arguments cannot avert it nor persuasions, nor account of the tie
cif.l: BlaUs. Our relt.lt.u! will! finltU repr following pro- fire a salute uf 113 for each calamity substance of .liD ia
; The of tl is re-constructed Whig Party is OF TilE l'tGmn.-According to this tests. Conservatism will raise iu voice before It in guns to-dty, one one
;. the first pnije of Ionian's /Vwr.y/an. IJ iscliniac- already programme foreshadowed. Its aalicul point is war tn t'..( ; despatch; the U. S. Commissioner has decided vain; forbearance will be defpUed: and moderation who voted for the bill given by the, Savannah R'publican Tuesday last.

teiited: by ; rnt ability atd cvi'cisness.' The tAll pro. i knife ngainst .hn.r! }. '"d ng in.t its ciignilitin in to surrender Burns the fugitive slave,and be his before be thought cowardice. We tell the Mouth, more in The cause of the explosion is not known; it is generally .

!t.Z vdes among oilier tilings tl.it the active comtcissi"ned the c'nt tituI.n of any State which maybe carved this safely back to the olJ plantation" in Vir. sorrow than in anger, that they have raised a hostile I The Senate has passed joint resolution proposing' attributed, however, la a spark from tbe hoof of

('ffi ere ofthe navy tif Ihv United SUtes shall not ex I out of territory now bolorging to the Union or to ItLereafur spirit which it is beyond any power of theirs to the adjournment of Congress on the 3d of July to the one of tbe borsew attached to the froet powder wa- ,
acquired by conouert or purrhrte nnd upn giuin : The Executive, witb all its patronage, has no 1al'-1 third October.. It is doubtful
; cOed commodores f'rtc-i1it Monday whether tie oncoming in cootaet..ilb loose
captain
: twenty ninety.right this point, it "ill tally nil the strength of the anti- BOSTOX, June 2.-The CommissIoner las decidedto to buy it off or any power to crush it diwn. powder which it is j
y4'd; :; commandera, three hundred and t\\'cDh'.f"e li<-u. I IF.Ihj slavrry feeling of the Noith. With such i> party! remand Bums the fugitive elate, to his owner. pitch Franklin Pierce and his whole Cabinet out of the House will concur. f thotht Lad lined through the wagon_and fallesoa ,

tenants, sixty-nrie surgeons tLlrty-p'-vra psssod sei il., SoutL'ru Whigs cnnimt: and will not act. They ne er The decision has produced a most intense state of political world farther than comet ever travelled, and A resolution has been referred to a committee in tbe grotrad. There were five horses to each wagon

: taut surgeons fjity two aMUnt suijeous 1 sxtyfuri :: can aud never will sacrifice to Party the rigbts, the feeling in the city. Many stores are closed,and buildings and fink every Northern member of Congress who the Senate proposing an appropriation to the widowof driven tandem. Every horse *iu ''ofovn tnto atoms!
interests, and the l.tm-r of their evction. draped io mourning. TIle United States flag is voted for tbe bill, deeper than plummet ever soundec :
pursers and one 1.uuJ-eJ and nintyiglit masters.t .- tie Deputy Marshal.BatchelderwLo was murderedby and the three drivers were all killed one of the lat
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at various clothed in black. If it with this simple act of
The 6cntl'lce"e: Lave: itlicicd we wish to direct hung points Every avenue stopped vengeance, there -
; Engineers and chaplains! ae now. No professors of I attention to it. While Democrat( has a right leading to Court Square is densely throngedwith would be no reason to dread it. But it will not. It the Boston mob. It is said that tbe Committeeare ter was literally Mown away and no part of his

mathematics after the present comaii..ions expire. special no the highly excited populace. The Militia are will not only revenge itself, but it will fight for los in favor of granting $3OuO. body has been found. The iron tires on'tne wheel of
tin* raukofpatned ta dictate to the Whigs of Georgia what shall Ie their where saluted *ith _- ground. It will neither ask quarter not give the
Warrant officers and miJehipraea IlllI<\- every quarter ,wagous. though four rathe* wide, and an ioejt sad
uf couue, or to the \Ybigs of any other State, th* right The fugitive will be taken down State Street to offer compromisers or accept compro msee. It will Hard Shell Manifesto.
ruid hipmftn to be merged in that mostei- a quarter thick were ftraightemd out theAnr
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to the opinion: a* to \\Lot should be that course Central! Wharf. about 2 o'clock, guarded by 150 U. S. wage furious and deadly war against slavery nt every
Not the least
f i'.: : Tbe Secretary of tl navy niny retire" T p"rma- ,: express troops with nice pounders loaded with grape.A assailable point. The consequences are I beyond our remarkable dcvlopmtntoCthe tithes, of the explosion. In some of tbe tree and buiLSsp

;: : neatly lough" cfCccrs at 1 Iii, Jucrttion sabject to ; \0\ill cot be donicd. Acting,upon this right, we cannot large Police force is ou CtLtrnl Wharf where an power calculation. We would not anticipate them is the recent publication of an anti Slavery manifesto near the scene of disaster pieces of tire were Landimbedded .

!: the p.pprovftlof tLe Pre iJcut Tic cotninauJer of: uithold the expression i ( f c-w firm convictionthe that immense crowd is assembling. if we could, but are content to rest in the satisfactionof by a portion of the immaculate Hard Shell DeDl racy as rmly as if they bad grown there. The

: plan isolation recommended by the! Ve'nger The Ml are lolling; in the neighboring villages.The having done what we could to avert them. of New York in Congress. Our readers have Jot effect of the
; 1r< aay United States slip or l strainer, 0:1 Ui* return from ; explosion on buiUmgf was mOt Jlss MIrons.
1" is fact trid pTe. If Ibe ',umies of the Mayor Las placed the City at the dispisal of The few York Mirror also Silver
vrongin priuc Gray ex forgotten that it these who made much!
? a cruise, !1.-11 fpecla'lv:: report tlie conduct of every ., the was gentry so Every house in the vicinity of the explosionwas
A Nlraska measure Lrnd together with the ,'ieof restoring military. claims fuss over the appointment of a few in New ruined and it is said there ia 1
; r. : petty officer and ntLcr subordinate, nnd the Sccrt tancf SURRKXDER: OF TIlE FUGITIVE BURNS. 0 u. persons I hardly a window
1; the Navy Liil l give certificates of gooii con ; i is just, ought not the /tend of the till to unite wi'b The fugitive slave Dumafaci escorted to the wharf r this deliberate defiance of their will are to be the .
Southern in their be-
r *.j; JecrTeJ.! The rcarine > be increased sympathy Whigs expressed shattered.
; cf to
: rpa by tOO troops, and put ou board of a steamer caciccnveed pnrifieiL We shall see what one of all the.represeu.
'. .'. : : one tbour.tni rrrn. Ao l'itioual bureau tl be estaba the view defeating them! Surely it would seem I to the revetrie cutter Morris which sailed tat\e j ef the North, who battled for Nebraska, is notspuinetl half. But behold the result Out of thirteen Hard Another singular fact is noticed io regard to the

::a;.' 'f : Jibed ;io the 2Ca '\' jaitmeut" ) t*> I be called the Lu.I so. But how .-in this be d.ir.e if Southern Whii take I J for SrfJIk.0; outbreak occurred. by Lu constituents. We shall see whether Shells in Congress, three faced the mueic on tie Nebraska horses attached to the wagons. Their flesh was scattered

:': reau of equipnu orders! nn.1 tMaiVf'r tbecq'iiptueot nor coterrporary'i advice and maintain a position Of The gratifying result in this case show that the Frauklin Pierce or Stephen A. Douglas will secure question, while the balance either dodged or through the city in mtl'iont of particles and every <

indej>fndtr>oe and isolation, comniittJng! themselves to most threatening mobs can overawed by a little places of power by an act of moral and political voted with the Abolitionists Five of them Messrs boob
; S :': :, ic, of vcsel A juJ.e advocate for the Lavy fraud. We shall l see, too, whether the South has shoe was blown off from the of the whole
cither of the National Parties ;, ,z :f to be erp.int..! gained in strength or peace by this wedge driven by Oliver are fifteen.It
::4 is clonr to us that these National I'srtiefl' will he I President Pierce's emphatic dUpntch to the U. S. all the machinery of the Administration betweenFiee- now out in a long address justifying their course de it gratifying to learn that the Messrs. Dopontto

State Convention. eoi'-Toeed mainly-the one ('f eiirmir: the other oft Marshall THE LAW MUST BE'EXECUTED.'i dom and llaverv.II daring tleir opposition to the Gadsden Treaty. aDd whom toe powder belonged, have signified their intention -

1 Putnsra and OsdsJ n Couaties Lave rwppndcd'to"t. in,1 of the measure and that it i, ILe duty aud interest coupled ,with the directions he gave for the employ Let not the will conspirator.be only: fancy the excitement From this aDd the acquisition of Cuba and charging the President to cover all the losses, which can be reached
i. : indignation momentary. day
1; tbe fall: f,r the State Conrcntiim i ia spirited proceeilinp t cf the South to ally herself 0 itb the one or the ment of the military force of the Government was too forward. thousands and tens and hundreds of thousand. with being the tool of the Slave power The follow. by mone!. The amount of damage to property estiraaled -

.Pdj. .L. wLicb will be fund in this day" paper. AVe also I otLcr. She cannot go with her, rneuiiex-tluit's} clear. striking an evidence of determination for the nerves .*, will rally on new platforms and under new ban ing extract will furuisb our readers with an idea 01 at f 1GO.OOO. .

: publish a rtquett for a meeting m Ixoo on tLe 24th The .1flmg" .will net consent to tliat-SostbernVhig of the Abolitionists to withstand. tiers and the people will not cease to remember this their temper: ,
j cRt will Then she cinst with herrendL outrage until they have scourged its authors and A- We indebted Dr. BvrdProfessor
not cnL to of
ticket cou go constrain ta to believe are MatemMfdlrm.
I inst at wLicb time it in also proposed to select a .Events daily transpiring .
lAWtsKirjf. better Trot is the of the end the
I There be other honorable and safe From the X tiotaal only beginning. ._ ;. the Jtliawuri Compromise Act mal TbtraJwntiV in tlvg .- .W-JM;
We lrf tie Democracy {ftki. ( can DO -s-- .J ..__._... __ A. .. .I _. __. *. anuubueiit of
for the Letfelr.tcre, pc,tlereol and ;!'. j u oe neutral w oula t>e to treat these/nend!* Th President of |1 Uiiited States we learn irutii classes heretofore quiescent under smaller otl 320, is Tne first of a aenes of measures, long premeditated College, fur a Cir nlu and Catalogue of the Trustees
: the wiU tiiwe Ce notie govern wrongs ,
..: : County the fiicinl} is resolved, at whatever hazard, and for their
papr. deliberately pursued, having
witli! and iJcs'ou1d Le to hazard all that ? but whose wrath, once awakened, cannot be
&
injustice eSJIJJyIIppca&e'I. Faculty and Students for the Session
't1f; them elv. aec dinglv. Our ir.f.1I'1l'l ti Ictds U$ to and in the face of every consequence, that the lawIf object the formation of a great sectional or Southern of 1853 4. A-
: : believe that tLcre vrfI: be a peotral irpjeeenUition In Las Ifcn gained in the late Etrrggle. ( tile land shall be extc-uted and enforced. The folltiing pal ty of which the present Executive designs to become nv>ng the list of Students we notice the names of Jos.

the Convention from tie various Ccuntiee. TLi is as If, as the Mesienyer ears, (and no rne conversant telegraphic ce "pat h, received by the President The following from Greeley's Tiibunt will show the leader. In order to win the South and propitiate S. Hankios. of, Jacksonville. Tbornas G. Hardison
jflfe on first apprised l Um of these tumultu that there is perfect concord of sentiment on the subject of her citizens addition the
with daily events will dispute the fact.) the new organization Saturday, the favor in to re- and John C. Stafford of Gad-den County, fla. Th.
it tbculd Ie. j proceedings all shades and varieties of Compare of the north cf latitude
between Whigs. peal prohibition slavery
| ? There seems to be a contrarief, of opinion as to : : (f the WLig Party will Tally! nIl the ,. J Jn consequence of nn attack upon the urt-lionge j the language which follows with the rerrarks of 36 30, it is designed to obtain, regardless of exj},ense name of Mr. Hankins also appears iu the l Hat of grad.

'| fr Ibc time 'ben the Convention boulJ b< heR Thc'lacha strength of the anti t'avtry feeing: cf lie ortL"loita last night fur the purple of rescuing a fugitive slave and will be to the National Treasury, additional territory from uates. .
it that
tt u evident that the sorud Northern under and in which one of tl e Mate Urgitttr, teen the two -
f'fe- in'' platform, quite arrest my own guards wan Mex.'. The Uadsden Treaty recqmmeoded by the
& _\ meeting recommended the 2d Monday Democracy t.1Ult be lnl borre in the stniggle.Are .- killed. I have availed myself the rrsouices of the leading organs of the Seward and Silver Gray wings President to the Senate Sat confirmation, stipulated to In the midst of the excitement attending the trial
u & &% Jcne our friend* in Putnam rpeak of the Cd ir t//i .. ? United Stated placed under my control by letter embraced each other. If the Santa Anna the of millions of
Southern WIi;i xi illiug d-iy! en3 tho e in Gausden of the 2 J Mnntjjy in Julr.. fn'ni the War and Navy Department in 1851, and the 2Ylivne : of dollars for a mere fragment of territory,to M200 to effect
outstrips Iiiali&ta6ouhypnrdiase. Cue of
:!-ud rroriun5 cf zeal for their section are insincere : : n v* have two rmnp.ini of troops from Fort Inde- additional resources to the Slave States.
It would be ucft-rtuoate if th odd to be supply
're f hnpjxa
_ :- Lut if sincere, fLey cannot look with cold indiJcrencc j nenderve stationed in the court houoe. Every thingis In view of the great issues before us, we throw all This treaty, modified in many essential particulars tbe parties charged with raising this sum, applied to
rcirnadf nlanding u to the day. But there uec the hand to Land conflict between the enemies now quiet The attack was repulsed by my own party appeal has been returned to Mexico and is now in progress ofnegotiation. Theodore Parker to place his name to the subscription
upon of the North, without distinction of
no irisunderstanding. TLe nnrjert'otion of ? the People party. '
guard.
tltt'l South iu tLe free Slates. And npef. His reply was, -I Lave nothing to subscribe
and the friends of the to resist the
In the great struggle now commencing .
SECOND MONDAY IS JULY made in the Flarid WATSON FREEMAN, In of the same political scheme it was "
pursuance but brains and bullets.
ret this indifference is what the Mttsenger couu. U. sunend of this Union and Government to tbe slaveholder It regretted by many thaithe
S. Marsha'l
ion Las met tLe approbation of the Vest, so far very Bton Ms!. determined at an early day to acquire Cuba, utterly
tiel.1! It knows that the two National Parties must In reply to this message. President Pierce promptly ?, we wish to know no party names or divisions.We reckless of consequencea." enraged Irish were not allowed to addle tU* fanatics
;4j: : TC have len adiiffd, and doubtless that k"ffjetlionr returned to Marshall Freeman the simply desire to see enlisted under one banner all brains.
+ occupy ri'atforrns! as wide apart ss the extremes of following emphatic to the invasion of the free When we find gentlemen like these, remarks the
E : been acted upon in many counties, aad it. would answer: Your conduct i$ appiovtd; the law "bo are opposed territory I I -
_ 4r/4 .:4 tLerefreseen advisable and preper.to adhere to that North end South-tliat one of those Parties will mutt Ie txecultd? of the Nrtu by the slaveholders of the South ; o(aJ Savannah Georgian whose previous professions of I The despatch In another column relative to a terrible -
U 4t rally to its ranks "aU the strength( of the anti-slavery who wish to see Liberty and not Slavery the greatintere.t conservatism and anti-abolitionism bad led the Southto riot in
time. Furthermore, it is too late to propose any other ia tbe State. We only ask who is to Brooklyn New York, k unquestionably a
feeling of the North," while the other, made up of The Hon. A. E Maxwell of Fla- ready regal d them as her most reliable friends in the
: r 1 thy. It takes intelligence too long to reach the extrerncs league together to dethrone the new monarch. >ree- telegraphic hoax as nothing farther is said about it a
of the State to venture upon such a change.Let .- Northern and Southern Democrats must nece>-earily In our issue, a few days since, we inadvertently did doin baa been betrayed and sacrificed. Its gates have North joining the crusade against cs, what are we to any of.our exchanges. .

it be understood, then, that the Convention is to* be antagonistic: : to that"feeling,".-and that these two this distinguished gentlemau a great. injustice, by representing been thrown open by foul treachery. the invader has anticipate Are we tojoin in the siren song now flow! ,
Parties thus will for the entered and revels in his spoils. Who will unite to from that the Nebraska Exeittnenl hi W hington.-A Derpstdi dated
bill
tcL0 meet atMaduon on the SECOND MONDAY IX 3ULY organized dispute preservation him as hating pronounced the Nebraska 00as which short ing so many lips, having
A one
and ihls we believe is iu accordance with pretty j of tbc Constitution, the Uniuu, and the rights of a violation cf faith. We have now before us a copyof expel unanimously him Territory considered by all North and year South ago passed all will henceforth be peact/ As journalists Washington the 50th,says:CooeideraUe feeling exists -

% r-: C* eral desire. the South. Notwithstanding the JfeHengtr ,.ys to the speech be delivered in the.House of Reprasen- as was sacredly secured by irrepealable law, to Freedom of the South-as sentinels upon her here among the Northern member in eonsqnencef

Southern Whigs" commit yourselves to 1.1, !_..r!- tatives on the 16th ult in which he tuslained the Forever, has been foully betrayed by traitor hearts tr* dare not do it. However pleasing the task-how. an article in the Star of this evening, which is con-

Georgia and FloridaTTe I maintain a position independence and iv.la'icn !"- measure with great force of argument and elegance of and traitor voices and surrendered Treason to Slavery.has done Conspiracy its- ever delightful yield ourselves and others np to the trued to,bear an intimation personal violence to
its wont
.. learn that( ''Johnson Lss appointed! Msj. A. a< tlJongb such a course as iLIs could avail iu checking diction. Weregret we have only space for the peroration wont Who has done comes to the rescue tIn fascinating delusion-we dare not proclaim to our readers Mr. Sumner aDd other anti-Nebraska member of Coagress. -

A. A lien,of Baiobnde Oa, ComroUsioocr, and Jam s the Abolition hordes ho meditate the direst calamitiesto which we subjoin.-Charleston Covritr, respect to the northern traitors who have cooperated that abolitionism is dead or dying. We believe The article contain the fonowiaglafgcage

:. R. Butts, E q, of tbi city, Surveyor, to inert a like every interest dear to l.umanity. Now, we put it June 3. in ibis deed, language fails to express our detestation the abolitionists to be more numerous bold "and potent a If Southern gentlemen b be threatened and assaulted .

;.p. er., Cornmitiiou on the line j art between of the Jbtate tbe above of florida named, to t to Southern Whigs whether they can afford to adopt of their infamous conduct They deserve no now than ever before. Let not the South then .while legacy seeking to obtain a possession(
run the boundary ] hand of the North. They are bet
no
States. Tile Conimit ion meets on the twentieth of, such advice f Can (hey act upon such a line of policy, The Nebraska Bill Signed. quarter than at mutineers the and pirates who have risen and be lulled into a feeling of false security. While she property, for the me of which they hare a eonstita-

:, this month.-}\dfral Union. j jOn so l11:1nif"6tlyfrovg and unpatriotic What will be TIle President sent a message to the House on Wednesday confiscated ter the precious cargo it was their duty to readily and cheerfully gives all honor to the President tiOl guarantee; if legal measure can oalj be onjl4

the part (.f Florida we learn that Governor* gained by "ind:.p
; 17 Bruome Las appointed Cot C. F. VTLitner Gaddcn defeat the Abolitionists and keep them from getting and signed the Nebraska-Kansas Bill. Thus the enemies to their country and enemies to their race.- owes the fact that the Nebraska till is now law of I now in our midst will have to evince a Ettle nor

if ;;;a; County, CouimiMioocr, and B. F. Whither, Jr, Eq.I rostere'iou
cf Madison, Scne.tr.Messn. encourage the Northern Democrats who have so DoLly of Christianity. As lIMn they have ruthlessly must depend upon herself; upon the onion* patnotuai talk and act*. If we contrast fee treatment which a

'ft' ;. : cast themselves into the breach aud who must necca. Mr. Fillmore. trampled upon tbe rights of'their felkiwmen and forged and vigilance of her own citizen Southern sla.holder receive at the hand of Northern

:: t Walker and Cabell. fcarily feel the first outpourings abolition fury !- The Albany Allot says this gentleman is known to chains and fetters for the enslavement of millions of I abolitionists, with tbe treatment wkkb the latter

: h: Tbe central Whig organ hastens to tssure tbe faith If none of these rtfults are to be gained by "isolation," be opposed to the Nebraska Bill No doubt of last their kind. On their return unfit to their for constituents association they The Brunswick Hail Road. receive at the hand of the former we nay proodIy
met with j
j.Z. ;; ful that the Milton Courier had no authority to run why 'maintain"I Is it not wiwr and Letter that Each of the two papers in the interior, which Lave : should freemen.be They as should persona be vomited forth from the The Brunswick AWs, which baa been discootinoed assert that among the many vrtoec which adorn the

t ; up the name of Hon. D. S. Walker for Congress.i .- all conservative men, North and South, should press been regarded enjoying his special confidence free States as Kentucky vomited out its last great for want of support, say that it consider the Brunswick Southern character, .forbearance ts not the least conspfckn -

:*i '. We ktl w that he was at that time in East Floridacays / into one I&tionall'art,, rather than separate themselves Lave been violently against the measure. Ona ;of culprit They are political ). Wards every etM.The Road as postponed iod Q1teJ1. A call appears *.* ?
them-the Albany State Register-it will be efen : public indignation should follow to its closest -
io the of official
4 the discharge
sentin.i"evgaged .
this is
; into and squads I Most assuredly iu the Tbomasville n-attk..11 for an adjourned meeting -
gangs ,
and rout and consume such matchless criminality President baa
The issued Proclamation forbiddilir
from an extract in another column is as rabid and.fanatical retreats a
be does
t business. We are assured ty him friends that the true policy, and blind indeed must be those,whether as theirs. of Stockholders to convene at that place.oo
r as the Tribune. The truth is, there t'oesnot I Filibustering against Cob*. The Washington C5;t.
authorized
not seek or desire a nunnoatiou, nor are we WLige or Democrat, wlio cannot or will not per. TIle New York Ttmet is not outstripped in tpre.eione the 19th tost, at _hitb..i1Delt i H tboqgbt some final' .

; : to say that be would accept it if tcndeied.1 Furthermore cci''c it. A cordial union between all parties ia the seem to be a solitary Whig in the" North of any note, of indignation either by the Tri sn. or RegitUr determbation will be arrived at. J. E. R. Young, undent of the Charleston Courier say:
,si ; The President's Proclamation the IHKbo-
the who is not heartily in favor of purifying against
the samo paper enters a protest against Sooth with the sound material l of the Norib, will constitute Congress* Road bow coolly the editor talks driving the Sooth who write a communication on ,the subject to theWattkMOH ten will have the happiest effect in sustaining the naionsl -

;t 'h opinion of the Milton! Courier that"an unanimous a party that may Lid defiance to all free-soil- and of restoring the Missouri restriction. to tbe wall-of forcing "hbmelfro1l1 the common *od who one of the Stockholders says honor abroad a* well as in re-assuring our owo
; 2 combination of tLe Whigs in favor of Mr. Cabell is Southern in the of Northern citizens in! regard to the and mpeeUhility ef
doin and this union it is as much tbe duty household ioto the howling wilderness t there ie nothing encouraging prospect stability
The .. In this The Methodist Conference.This our own institution I learn that.Le'l.Ni_' preceded
: opinion
.
impossible. organ says
oDd
simply iLls the interest
I Whigs to aid in consummating as Tbe unprincipled demandsofthe Slave-powtr aid"Utlmrlftt oidere W all fed-
Mr. Cabell is not only body adjourned ou Wednesday nigbt, the Slit. the.Proclamation with strict
mistaken.
1_ the Courier is is make this ue wixue oi toe -
duty of Southern Democrats. It true, to nave compacted tree Labor interests oral officers in different to prevent lad breakup
i the strong man of the Whig party,but we believe him nnion perfect Southern Whigs Lave to sacrifice feel May, after having been in session twenty-seven days into one. lu greediness and never-satisfied as- cftkt BlockWmrri.r JIjculin.t4ligenee i the illegal expediUoo porta cuatemplated.

...t to be the strongest man in tic State before the people. which Democrats fife not required to part with. Among its acts we notice a change in the disciplinary umpuoos have driven freemen of the North to sink from Washington state*..that,the State De.partmcnt .
solicited leadIng Lags allow auce. Preachers.. Single men are now to their smaller conflict and rally for a common protection. It U said the exp5ns incurred in the Boston
well the that
:_ We know that be Lu been strongly by Democrats North and South, for instance, are already We bar practiced settling points of conscience as as Foreign ,Legations have received '
/> Lc allowed f 150, married men, $300, besides family sill net iatt below $; ,o. The
different of' the SUte to become a despatches by the steamer.Asia which reached Fugitive Slave ease
and
Wbigs in part united in the name distinctive organization and hence by contract splitting difference in matters of
,_ ::4;' candidate. We believe cot without some evidence Dot called upon to surrender party souvenirs and travelling expenses; children under 7 years ofage principles until the party of the second part refused New York on Thursday evening, announcing the whole of tide large sum ie to be borne by tbe Government .
arc
(25 ; ova 7 and under 16, $40. to sIlo .na the stipulated consideration to heal our and amicable settlement the President directed, the IT.S. Marshal ta
of
that be is tbe ebokeof tbe Whig party, by a large and name. Not so with Southern Whigs.Tltflf .- entire the Black Warrior as .
party The election of Book Committee Editors wounded consciences and demands both sides for its the ebuaiant.D .
of&. L'apioa&
-I and But Mr. Cabell Las'Dn-. various In addition to assess no of
t.. overwhelming majority. organization is dissevered and broken. Without resulted own after' we bate done the splitting, to oar own aSair. remitting the fine of six thousand part

r ef given his own consent to become lite candidate' I.distinctive principles," nothing remains to them save periodicals papers, &, as follows: great harm. Moreover, the Union which it has been dollars imposed upon the steamer by the Cuban 'ai-TkeNew York 1C tiou D.M, ra/. Caose I

: Ac, &. The editor concludes on this branch of the their ,ncune but that is all they are obliged to give up BOOK CcouuTTUr-Mesm.- McFerrin, Green- ,Card. rending and we saving so assiduously, on a close calculation authorities Spain disclaim* all Intention of' Insulting Nebraska Poison. The dose waa so-powerful as to

; 'subject* We believe from the best information in _4o sacrifice.. -It would be idl.- the Mtuenyer oar, Hamilton and Evans.4aorPfSluIddiy &4Hl. Boob Trmtl to (hem..Is.bowntobeofnomores.rriostousthao We think it is so knit together" that until the flag of the .United_States, and agree that the port kill all the Harda but.. three-.Mesera. Walsh WanI I
awtBeffr .
:J nur posicstton that Mr. Cabell is looked to by tbe to that when it means nothing-when *- : regolatione of Havanna shall be so altered a* to -
says to cling the minority baa vastly outgrown iU present sis*, sad guarantee bride and Cutting TLe latter, however skill BOOTly
Dr. Tuotnas
Gentral Ct alofftu- O. 81.t.Edilor _
Whiff from nil parts of the State as their candidate its principles are gooe and its organization abandonedand of moreover, will dare to profess publicly desire for American commerce from all injury and interruption with small bopea of rectv iy.ff :
lit! Congress. Put b. Las not' consented for lb. tea- it would be worse folly to refuse to unite wilL of Lois;C<*npnio* and Sunday, frdtofVtnltn wLat they still affect to dread-its dissolution-there in future. This intelligence ha created the -
.;, :I Ited.w -1* D. Huston.Jidilvr tonot be bond the men to attempt the murderous letter writer the Mexican
ton before i U Democratic Party,, when that party has DOW beI l Telie satisfaction among the more moderate win Washiugton says
and week and most
task it be unserviceable
; surely most a
Relative ta tie whispered candrdaey for the, LegisUture. I tit the.tope of the country;simply because of its Quarterly Jeview-Dr.D.aDoggjti., Union that cannot hold together when. none ia this city, but it doe not appear to'' meet.with any treaty kin some danger: Santa Anna bos ere this'

; alluded' to by tbe' fUrtdii' last week, are name A'uikiiUt tfeult'an Adwuatc-Dr.J.U McFerrin. are plotting for a separation. degree of approbation from souse who are anideom for ratified the Senate project MIlt to him. Jd upon its

; Live tbis remark:-' The Macon Telrgrapb, commenting on tbe position .' There are ia the Sooth some 180.000 Slav holding full and ample redrew for all the other grievance return it need the ratification of 'President PiercerHe -
Mr. Cabell devices Rltkmtd CkriHiam Adeoeatt-Vr.L. M. voters. It is for this .).littl band thai .we. Lave tie
% Nor ate Ve authorised to say that remarks ... of in the indictment against Spain. entertain doobtaaato the stability of
of tb. Nortbrrn Whigs : complaimed may .
OHudidat for the Leg- Ckritlia Adveate been shamed before the world. Unghed by our enemies
: would consent to be* -
Southern
-;- filature.or llaketrUiolf] qualified by .experience to In view' of these trutas.. we ean see no good reason Ed'm&rdli.Mjtrr and pitied by our friend The North eomee [The intelligence published .brougat by tie Asia. power of Santa Anna. Should he ratify the treaty

-4_ make an active, 'f&rks:and useful ntevUr, and we wbV the Southern Whigs sboaUjspt volte themselves! IloJ" CkrittUn Advoeutt S. Patton.Lovii slowly, but at last quite) up.to the opinion that we doe*'not seem to oorroberaU the.abo .17 .'41 J. <; then the same question will ariae.ita thaHouseupontbe
Ulieve; i in fact we Wve amrd him say that W would with the Democratic party, as aflbrdinf lbs beat practlcalmeaasofresisraMefetiuaTast FL Ckriitit* Adteevtt Qr. R. MeAnally.Orleant have sacrified all that we can afford. The last fat question of the appropriation of tba Un million*.

i rather be eau4idMafor .Aasawiblymaa. than a cauui- _AnUsUvery- .1\- CAr t GII Advocate N. JieTyeire tit-bit is MW boning on the altar., The last wreath of On Friday ,ttanfaf':'Ia V aa7' look place* Santa Anna's h tbabet tW.-
experiment .
.
uiiauioaatilke! Uortb. .We abaaM U. smoke
a uowortky the of buroifig interne ia now Motadfcg. The '.
.
fur.CungrrsL" Mr. Reuben
date 10 and Barrow
as paUlo sU if we to between Mr. WIlL Blytn tried for &table g1at&I. .Jla
of. our place joucna sought people have mad their mvde and tbf priests a
!J -:1 could her with citber, conceal lU faett1ttMrSS. a* Abokieji; femeot 'JlnttpA. CJirittii jldoc fr- J."E. Oobb.CkrbtiM leaving the trapie, bav op* abut lbs doses and arageiog ; during,whkaB; row. iafficUd a MII of eminent cannot be meiatstsed none tkat

I_I' Were- totLar.dearebarmev. away- r alDO the ftartbe-a ZHunirata also boi'Us bietery 1. Ad ottt.\ g.a OWesple. borne. Slavery baegot ite gspwtbBeraeJUrH* avers woeJa oponytl i which however;it is no* it 1riU be. 1& ilia the pOWIOt. V"1 &aWl to

1 N/" o. > I of the (ebraskalinpmwkttal 'despiUof that eli CIi/vrla CkHttioHlAdniate' ..-Dr. Jesse Borng- Northern tnrdiaai expert Jt trtUft,'fcr tealt ,Tbeagofrowoa tkoogbi,:.wfll eoi' prove .fatal Barrow baa beenboonaoTer Government so to cripple and_ m..

: A li. of one hundred adoae' ppouitaint ofCir1rt tptDt. tbe Devaanttie putl..b Uw maka. souod,reliable Oeoersl ConfercDce/ to be held AU&aalaadafaat -anooneparn fa>the fun.of ,OQO dollar for bu appear baUobHidawxiftm. aod to&PaacRBHW..
The next 1 ,
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and conservative 1 he bill was irawn | May ,, -.. -'"
p
II fbe
: t> the West ToJut Military Academy ie anuounc.J 1 a h. freedom-loving people of laodi that an rap sues at Cowt Wakvlla Tautt Jin 7. cdtP" ncurIdc
1be UAlutC It R. Ta vlcr uppcnt from Horida. Northern. Democratic Sctntvr, )lr. Douglas : it w.1 1658, at uh'\'ntt, TCUU..a I slartd, wbea they cove among or, torn away from it I




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Union t4 the 8d fawtant contains *. X.-O O.OJf .IJf : .1Ia'f 1".l'
'e S ehrea oar warmeet feelmu ,._ .
approvaLv c r&sW11e 1isssg.tN-s 1C. -' .. > l- J.t > t JL i I
Hawing obrreapondew relative to,thia cue. 01hImocratib able anoL Lass pa- ,, .. . : I'Ro3sic.wyorkarN.iersse.
Lbe t Which were aastabe4 by an. ek<]neqtepaaca mpn.&Wr wphsi ums "P'ItJM ; ,
C rrt'lpOfUknte.Bosro ', Xeetug in Pntnftm County. from UM cbainnanof UM ComwdtUeVc; tHolland. OS pobIlc" ',1 trpe a ayetaocif.puog to +ffK bY P BB7.BTE L--TOCfTtt 6YL 2. A Sacks Ja,.... aes, ,

,. May: 27, '54.0a. At a public meeting of portion of the Democrat : 8aatai dIIIII.-t.'!]"' > '!. ,fcoy i_>of the r.19&lael JL I5DEB OPT wheat 1aiIur..1Ja been-reported 16 Sa3ucdfee. i I'flcea S. C. Hams, .
of the lava Pflh JIII""u\ timmeh; aU fit the Cotton !0 lfo1 S : 71 "-
by the plain didatof .: growing States m still oh'vtf p
p.kt (1Ullit'fl&a/." of Pntnain County, convened to public notice After tnotlooof Gen. A. X. Alliwe the the Boeter .
pursuant which on duty inally eaoified hb elieato feel- and avt to run and during the last Reason Las beea JOU. J .

In consequence of an attack upon the couri-bouae with a Tiew of appointing delegates to a State Reaolotiona were read separately by tM Secretary lags oa the altar afpubtie good. His great med""iM brought to that ate of perfection which renders 80 Bozen 1L&Mi .' "lOiEP1rk.,;, J _

lilt & ght. to the purpose of mlin a fugitive olavewarrest. Convention to nominate a candidate to represent this and unanimously adopted the latter two, by analog hat not dieappnioted the ezpectations of the medical success certain. For abort staple its great superiorityover B*Ph....OlD ., 4 _
and m which one of my wn guards was practitiopere, at 'whose, iosUoe IHJ the to caS.B.1f1Ib.
eaw.Ginisstrikingly
State b was induced to apparent ItOOdJadp.This .
the
n txt Congress of the United States which told well for the the
?? availed lf of the resources of tierntd ; vote Democracy County forego his meiiattioDe. 4 do WWaker. .
: ItJ. j b.r mys Prom arerp "quarter do we superiority ooiaiata in its leaving tl3e lint cleaner Oldfamffly i .;
; States, placed uDder niy control by letter On motion of C. A. Price, Esq, Hon William W.b. y the oft repevted loud and long cheers with which hearth* most graUfyiof aeeoontaof its wonderful curative ,,.ote "pna andfrt from kiioa, aDd does not cut, '.! Ti 4. a..

fiii In the War M(1 Navy partroenta in 1861 and Tumblin was chosen Chairman, and E. R. Cbeesbc- were adopted.On effects-the Beat and tbe We f. the North and break or in any way: injure the fibre, at the saute bbie Ex. "Wbcawter S Threes OesJe..

iio'V k\. two companiei of troop from Fort lode- rough was requested to act as Secretary.On motion of P. W. White it was unanimously resolved : the South are alike' laden with tiding of great joy"' time imparting to the lint that soft and oily feeling W .,_ ., JOBue.'t ,:"f"- .
iwUoned in tbe court-noiia Everything motion from the affitfed' Theee wonderful"Rlla have completely which is natural to the staple when picked by band, 4 bbls. GromiUrtecfandSuimra .c.- OIo'e.Cbed :
a committee of three of Messrs. that the Democratic
consisting of this State be ,
r00. quiet The tt&ck waa repulsed by my own papers re I eoatwsji that great edonrge of America the making the lint from the same lot ,of seed, worth 4 .y..P
lIII'd. C. A. Price, C. L. Graves and J. B. Brown was quested to publish the proceedings of this meeting.I Liver Oonpttnfc. -. from i to 1} centsper pound more than when ginned C > & Claret,Wkte citrus ir rmrf, ***. _

( WATSON FREEMAN, appointed by the Chair to prepare and report resolutions After the adoption of which the meeting adjourned For sale st* llia.Drof Stores in Talkhassee, and I. on the saw gin.' 2 bblsl Lard Oil Smyrna and Mala* Tigtt :.

U. 8. Marshal, Boston Mass.WASHIKOTOS. for the consideration of the meeting, who by R. K. SHAW, CHAIRMAN. at ooe 'CI1.'T9wa--. the Bonth. It cleans the,Sea Island Cotton beautiful,and win 4 dot. pta Sweet Oil, Starch Candies'Bate*. a' ,

: their chairman, C. A. Price submitted the following JOBS G. SMITH, Secretary. June, 10, 1U4> .25' >1r"- gIn from 800 to 1000 pounds per day and *o far a* 2bbtaB..togoaSaaugf't. Sperm and Star Candk< 1J;
I -4 Manufacturers have tested it, the lint is in a ranch HermeUcalty sealed Lob London Porter. '.
: May 27, 54. I report: CONSUMPTION tvery body knows it better condition for the Mill, than from any 'other ,, tera; vi- HM>ui laaorted Ffekhe S
\TATSO raw11- U. S. Marshal Boston Maw.: We FOE TBE FLOJUDIAW AND JOURXAL. a flattering d'aeaae. It cotmreoces and and Jy.tpraraJDat. '
TO a portion of this Democrats of Putnam progreese so Ow.In
TOOT conduct approved. Tbe law must be execu-I do County, THE FLAHTEB'S HOETHEBH BEIDE. insiduously, that before one ia.aware of it, the lungs North Carolina Mewrs Battle t Son of Edgecomb bbla Beef Tongue* BcaxO lTirU.1 1-

FRANKLIN PIERCE. respectfully recommend to our fellow Democrats Mr. Editor This be called emphatically are a mass of ulcers, then a sudden exposure exchange County, and Dr. B. L. Hill. of Wayne County and 2 do Fulton Market 8ot 8WI"1moD&t
tt& -
: may a
throughout the State to bold primary in several others have triad the Gi .r. PilberU
meetings from heat to cold produces incarnation, and in a i oa Short Cotton the
tile their respective counties, with the view of sending; novl-read-tig age. The entire reading world is being few days or weeks, it is said he or she died of hasty past season and are highly pleased with the resortIn PKKled Salmod WmntOatttrp, .. il;(
Oa ft1k1 follo1fing dispatch WM sent deluged by the turbid billows of an infidel and licentious I CONSUMPTION. For all troubled with cough or Texas the New Gin M bound Weep ckaoJ Smoked Salmon ,!Tomatto Cataup\ : 1"
delegates to a State Convention to be held Madison
at
Iff fjitoo by direction of the President: literature published in such cheap form at to be wig complaint.we would refer to the advertisement Oapt John DlJIle&l1 Matagorda, wlto purchased the Roe llernidg, Soda. Sugar, and Buttef M'j '..f,

WAs&rsoToic, May :SO, 64. i Court House, on tbe 2nd Wednesday in July accessible, the poorest and robed in all the fascinating !. on the outside of this paper of JudMn'a Chemical Extract first two Oins sold in Texas, daclam ft}iat if be had to Hit bUL 'frMiehf- Cracker, ; 't

Hon. B. F. HALWTT, Boston, Maw.: next, to nominate a candidate to represent this State charms of of"Cherry and Loagirort," wlich M said to be a received them ilo..lime to have Ginned hit wbokerop, It ''hour, "Dried'Apple*, r
To exciting fiction. The evil which u for this would have made a difference of from 2000 to SO Bbls. i.touia and Peachei,
iu the House of Representatives in the next Congress certain cure awful disease. Also Azora Tur- 3000 : Dried JJ't
What i i. the state of the case c>f Burns I being accomplished through novels I believe dollars in his favor. PhlOtJo '
to be beyond kise Balm the great remedy for all diseases of the Nails Candle Wick ',' l't
the United States. .
SIDNEY WEBSTER. pf calculation ; yet I do not believe that all novels hair. The 00 inch Gin are warranted to pick !300 pounds lO Bbla. RectinW WmV- Pocket Knives, r.
ReSOlved, That we will use all honorable efforts to evil of lint in 12 hours. The 48 inch Gins will do from key Children's Shoe. :. j.fl
are only evil and that
BOSTON May 30, '64. secure the election of the nominee whoever be maybe continually, as some JdA RRIED. 1000 to 1200 pounds of lint in the same time with 4 Casks :Baton Sldeo,. A small lot of Dry' Good.. :.,f t .
contend. The works of such novelists as Mrs. Opie, c and to Saw Gid 2 do do .Hams S ,'
be shall the platform of the Dem proper speed run as long as a ; and k"tt
provided accept
ToSrcxtT WrasTiRi; Mrs. Hentz, Mrs. Sigourney, T. S. Arthur, &&, are not On Thursday evening June 1, ly tbe Rev. G. C. S, in cue of failure with proper usage, they will be made I All of which; will be told aa W M any other Hone* ,

The case i is progressing, ron not likely to clou till cratic Intrt.v.Jeacelved. only free from infidel teachings, and pure in their Johnson, Mr.NORMAN T.SCOTT to Mias FRANCES good. in the city for the Cash. t tr&
Thursday. Then armed resietancc is i indicated. But That we cordially the leading Price of 48 inch Gm f 300. For 60 i inch
r.pprove morals but are well calculated to correct baneful I C. PAUROTT, all of Lena County. $325. To let door South of the store of 0.A J.Meginntsa i' ; -r.P.
two City companies on duty. The marshal has all measures of the present administration of the Federal errors I be delivered at the nearest depot or landing to the also adjoining: tbe store of S.S.Knight '_ S 1t\ :
the armed />""e be can muster. More will be needed Government and that and enforce true and noble sentiments. On the 25th of May. by O. H. Gadsden .-.q. M- purchaser, and a Man furnlabed to Bet the GiD.rtmning. Will also sell at Auction any property desired tob if.r'

to execute the extradition, if ordered. Can the neeettary more especially great measureof The enemies of tIle South have availed themselves JAMBS DONCAK and Miss FIANCES MILLS,all of Jefferson Terms Cub on ten days trial sold when called upon either m town or Country- i. F'

expenses of the city military be paid if called self-government of constitutional rights and constitutional of this potent medium to scatter broad-cast over our county, Fla. I There will be a atocK of these.Gins kept in ,Tallahossee Sale days Monday and Saturdays. ,:;"ti* .

rut bV the mayor at the rnarebal's request i This alone equality, the Nebraska-Kansas" BilL at the Brick Store recently occupied by JOHN H. RHODES.itetionefr"and *':. S
land the and false '
roost
wilfully
will prevent a case arising under second section I Resolved That we approve the Democratic policyof highly exaggerated Messrs.. R T. Taylor t Co. for the sale of their saw A Commisrio Merchant. ,"" t :.
if&ct of 1795, when it will be too late to act. views of domestic slavery as it exists in the South ;- bip Hcntf. G. Ar..n 1 1854U "
giving alternate sections of the public lands, for the I 1
B. F. HALLETT. hence it has become a question r f no common interest All communications addressed to the Agent at Tal-- "
"
construction of railroads within the limit of the States TORT OF ST. MARKS. Land '
for Sale. .
lahassee will with .
bow this tide of error is to le met and :ounterae.ted. meet prompt attention. .i :

WASHINGTON, May 31, 54. I and Territories of the Union. I From the sad fact that millions are daily pouring ARRIVED.June JOHN M. WARDWELL, AOETT. T ,WILL sell my plantation on* term thai 'are reap : i
Resolved; That our distinguished Representative, S.-Schr. Wild Pigeon New Orleans JL enable and accommodating to the rthser. It ?
p.1
O'Leary If.'f
U. S. Boston Mass. P. S. Thse Gins S
To B. F. IIxujrT Attorney, : over the of romance and multitudes can be seen in operation on Short
the Hon. A. E. Maxwell, for his able support of these pages read with 1563 sacks corn, 174 bbls flour, 58 casks Cotton at the ilea j in Jefferson County, Fla, eighteen miles East of : ; a.
of
Incur any expenses deemed neccssarv by the mar jKrthing else, I am led to the conclusion that ficf ion bacon. 52 bbls pork 10 tierces hams, 40 packages as commencemnet the next Ginning Tallahassee, in the':neighborhood of Wankeenah.--'It.Sis fH \'
cardinal measures of the administration is entitled at tbe Plantation of CoL R.
otherwise in- to season W. Williams
to
Gen.
for ;
,
Lai aDd military or .
yourself city but the sorted mdze. 22 bbls. 8 choice"land and in' good with two hundred L'X.
is. not only the most available sole medium whiskey. sacks coffee. 5 boxes repair, ; ", -
of the ]\. thanks and Wm. Bailey Gov. John Branch and W. F. "
the execution ,of
our I Lloyd
cure confidence. '
FRANKLIN PIERCE. through which thousands can be reached with the I. lemons, 6 bids sngar, 8 bbk. do, 24 kegs and 1 bbL Leon County: Col. B. F. Whitn of Gudsden". and sixty acres-cleared. Land) buyers com and wo -t I
Resolved, That the Chairman of this meeting be lard, 24 bags oats. r. ; for youraelve*. AJTDEESOK PEELER. f '
On the same day. tbe President ordered Col.Coopn truth. The most triumphant and lucid of the I Thomas M.White; T. N. t J. D. Mai-rick and R.A. ; .
authorized expose June 4.-Schr. Franklin, Ocilla River 'With May 6, 1S54. 18 tf 4L
and
to fill vacancies Messrs.
,
,Adjutant General of the Army, to repair to Boston, requested any that sophistries and misrepresentations of Abolitionism in Wi. OfiVy, U. S. Coast and Yonn of Jack on Co. :J. G. Anderson and Capt. {.
empowiTed to order to the assistance of the United may occur in the delegation to the State Convention. e Survey party. Daniel Bird. of Jeffershn County, and J. C. MeG dice, .Notice. ; 'fi'
than that of novel June C.-Below, small ecbr. :
otber form a would be name unknown.
Suut marshal, as part of the pone coiniiatut, in case Rctolttd, That Democratic editors of the State be any never Esq. and.CoL R. Harrison of Madison County. months after the date of this notice I shall '
the marehal deemed it necessary, the two companies I the read by a vast majority of those vrbose minds have IN PORT. The letter from the Hills Manufacturing Company SIX 11':.,
respectfully requested to publish proceedings ol application to tbeJu eorProbatE'ofMad4C. I
of lIe United States troops stationed at New York, been infected with the mischievous errors of the Seh. Visitor, Crane Wild Pigeon, OXcary. published below gives sora idea of.the value of ison County Florida, for discharge admioiatra.1 1
iox3 which bad been under arms for the foui-eight this meeting.On this Gin for Long Staple Cotton. my aa XiZfX- '
Uncle Tvm't Cabin" literature of tbe North. Tig tor of John Coleman, deceased. ':
preceding hour to proceed at moment. motion, the thanks of the meeting were tendered 700 .
any therefore with sincere pleasure I welcome such worts Acres first rate Land for Sale. VANS RANDELL, Adn>'r. 4&s -
to the Chairman and Secretary, when the meeting adjourned HOLYOKE Mass. April 4; 1854. 18M.
20, 20. 6o _
May faft '
Subscriber offers for sole
of romance as The Planter's Northern Bride, .":Marcus THE his Plantation lying S. R. PABXHTST, : Y
BOSTON, May SI, '54.To sine die. and a half miles north of Tallahassee. Thereare Esq.Dear -
Warland etc. Mrs. Hentz and
by ; the'"Cabint Notice.
Si DT! WEBSTER : TIle following delegates 'Were appointed by the in the tract seven hundred acres of as good land Sir:We have used the few Wifox:
Dispatch received. The will the Chairman to the State Convention: I < Parlor" by J. Thornton Randolph. The Planter'sNorthern aa can be found in the State-800 cleared and tbe bales of sea Island and other, long staple Cottons. cI. months after date, I shall present' my final account &\ !
it'i' aU the tnayor and preocrre Bride" will prove a powerful antidoW to I balance In wood. On the premises are a good Dwelling which you say was giuneJ on your Sea Island Cotton 0 and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of *-- *J\'
nee w military of the
'
police
city.- I William G, Moseley, C. A. Price, Silas Weeks, Pedro Gin. :
The fjrce wiW be sufficient Decision will be made the poison of Mrs. Harriet Beecher S1 we"e fatuous I J.otlPG D House and Screw with negro cabin i Madison County as administrator of Lucy Roberts j. '
Bennett, Wall, Luke Johns Godliff Sher. I We regret in not having a larger supply of this be discharged from l-i'
after of Elijah and all other out buildings. To a good purchaser,this j and ask to mr administratorship. I /
Jay to-morrow the case. Court adjourned. I novel, and as such I confidently recommend it to your; I '
13. F. HALLETT.Yesterday j house, athan Norton, and S. Glinski. is a rare opportunity. Terms made easy. Addressme j Cotton to pass through our works.: a larger quantity JAMES ROBERTS Adm'r. PS* t,
W. W. TUMBLIN, GRAMMAS. readers. A personal acquaintance with the dLstin- tlrougn the Tallahassee Post Office, or see me on I would enable us to judge more correctly as. to the relative May 6. 18M. 18 Sim'S.?* I I
I tinguished and intelligent authoress, doubtless added I the premises. J. ELIOT. merit of your Cotton Gin .over the common ....4 4pf ;
E. R. CHEESBOROUGH, SECRETARY. roller Gin. Fire and Marine Insurance. oj
morning tbe following dispatch was reeeived to the great pleasure with which I read this novel but L June 10, Ie54. 23 t j I With our experiments on the small tot'or Cotton rf'flE Savannah Mutual .awounwceompauy.- hav.X -
: Democratic Meeting in Gadsden County. every one who reads it must pronounce it a work of Ii I Household and Kitchen Furniture received we are of the opinion that your Cotton Gin established an Agency ia this City, will trrJ -" 1
BOSTON, June, 54 interest. The "Planters] p pAT does not the Cotton and ? .
thrilling Northern Bride iujure Staple !jthe that take 'Fire and Marine risk on the mot' iYorabI0 *
ToS1nEy Wr.r8Tt.J.: At a meeting of the Democracy of Gnd den County will doubtless add r&uib to the already well-deserved A UCTIOX.O'S" there i is an improvement in the evenness and cleanliness terms. Apply to THO.lPERKIN9. Agent !Pl>;rtJ.V -. :

Tlur CAmmissioner has granted the certificate. Fugitive held agreeably to previous notice at tbe Court House of Mrs. Hentz and it has Wednesday, June 21, will be sold before cur of the fibre, which will materially increase the April }/; 185( 15 6m t.-t' ) ;
popularity certainly added I .
will be removrd I ; Koom, a large and general assortment t value of the article and reduce the cost of Manufac- "
to-day. Ample military and,I i in Quiucy, 00 the 8d instaut, for the purpose of selec. to her claims the love 1 uf II. S.- To"r
A. WILSON
greatly : of r FURNITURE to '
jw'lioe force to effect it peacefully. All! quiet La\v <' upon an gratitude belonging a gentleman leaving turing. l' :
reigns. Col. Cooper's arrival ting delegates to attend the State Convention to beheld the South. McKENDREE. the State. However these are questions which can be more
opportune WHOLESALE AND RETAIL f :
:
B. F. HALLETT. ) for the purpose of nominating a candidate for -ALSO- satisfactorily settled by experiments on a larger DRUGGIST t.

Congress, at the election in October next R. K. Cotreipondnce of the Journal cf Commeiee.WASHINGTON I Carriage and Harness scale and in order to accomplish this, we hope you NEWPORT, .FLA., f r
May 31. I IBnzgy U will be able to furnish larger supplies of long staple jurt received a Terr large and fresh stock of : t" ,"
From the Baltimore Slmw called the Chair aud John G.Smith HAS
June to
American 2. Esq was ,
Island ltIe4J. !
The Administration have, as is now believed taken I BERRY i ROWLES Auctioneers.Termn Cotton ginned by your Sea Cotton Gin. French and English Drag* :

News by Asia. appointed Secretary. a definite position in regard to the acquisition of Cu -All sums under twentyfive dollars, cash Tours Truly lcIne.. Chemicals, PcrfaMcry I>yeStadtf t. I':.

The steamer Asia, wlich arrived at New York yesterday I- After tIle Chair had explained the object of the meet ba. They have abandoned the idea of seizing the island over, a credit to the first January next, approved security (Signed) J. L. DAVIS, Agent. i Palais, and Fancy.Article .. ,

brings tidings rf an ac jideut to the Artic previously -1 ing in a brief and pertinent manner the following or of blockading it-if such was their design. with 8 per cent. interest Hadley Folks Co. Milbx : My stock being selected by mywiD be war- Jt ,' < !

} due. abe having brrn compelled to put back I resolution offered by D. P. Holland, was adopted : during the summer months. The President will o.k: June IU, 1F54. 23 June 10, 18M. 23 tf ranted as represented. Physicians can rely on getting '$..sr-: : a,1 i

ou account of utrikfnj on Tuscan rock. She was how for a provision in the Civil and diplomatic bill to enable their orders and pre en}tione put up with care, of 7.O gffe
..t"cr. but slightly damaged, and would soon take her Resolved, Thata committee of nine be appointed by him to send a special commission to Spain, for the Andrew Female College, Groceries I Groceries such articles as are genuine. Stt.ECT.POWDERS P:"
pJaee! on the line nnin. tie Chair for the of reporting resolutions ex. will be furnished when ordered by physicians or oth- '
I' purpose purpose of layb; before that government the view i f utkbert T7RESH Groceries per Schr. Wm. R.Petles from '
Th. trjtfllfigwire from thf, feat of war brings nothing pressive of the views of tbe Democracy of Gadaden of the U. States in regard to the policy of Spain respecting Georgia. -L New Orleans. ers. Having made arrangement with the best Drug >

tt 1it The rumored attack ofCroustadt receives County in relation to the folding of a Democratic Cuba so far as it may concern our interests rHE first annual examination of this Institution will] 15 casks ribbed Sides, Houses in New York; for select articles, I feel no hesitation i&tfrd .
r-cmfirrnation nor the more recent rumor cf a pro Time CominifiMAaer will l>. .aipoa r.d to luuke; on Monday tb. 1Mb June,and embrace! 5 clean In warranting the same. 91' ;. "
liMe rwumpticn of ncgotiaumis for peace. The Rue I State Convention, to nominate a candidate for. Cwn- certain demands of the Spanish government in regard I the tbr' : ediiig days. 10 Shoulders. Also.a:splendid assortment of SCHOOL WIld MISCELLANEOUS ,i 'i .

#ijii flrt \an coiicrtitrufyg at Cronstadt and tbe fleet press at tlietlection in October next to future regulations for the government of Cuba, and I The commencement t sermon will be prcacLeJ on 20 barrels Mesa Por, : BOOKS,PAPER FANCT'AIU .

'Xiipier was !'yIUE'g in their route preparing to intercept I Whereupon, the following gentleman were appointed also to give formaln, tice that, upon the occurrence of Sunday the 18th! by BISHOP ASPREW.Au 2 tierce sugar rured Hams TICLES.'i".r.. .',
; tl.etn. In the black! Sea tile allied fivets had been I. said Committee i future difficulties, this Government will not refer to: a!Ur
tint duvs bombardiug Sevastapool; with what effect i ifiv't : Spain for their adjustment but proceed to settle them the 21$, by BISHOP GEORGE F. Pitact.I : 70( bbls. superior Flour, I DA. will find at the above Store, as soon a* the good : iFx$ t,
ftuied.Lire. I D. P. Holland, Isaac Nathans, P.W. White,Samuel i in Cuba. The Commissioner will be 'authorized to I The seeoa'l session, will open on Monday tIe 2-1 tb 30 extra Flour, Danifl receives bia supply of the cold stuff. -1 rr? t t .

We an important announcement that the allieeresulved Boardman, John P. Scott, W. Matter Stafford, Samuel treat with the Spanish government fur the purchase July. The Mfeic DEPARTMENT will be filled by a gentleman 3 leaf Lard : -April 15. IS4. 15 '.J. -. :..

J.n'e on an invasion of Russia proper'., Gee. George W. Maston, and Thomas D. Wilson. of the island, and to offer for it a large sum-two or of experience and high character a! a Professor 2 hbds. choice Sugar, I
whi i is uuJerst-iod to have beea the the favorite proj The Committee having retired for short time three hundred millions. of Music. F. X. FORSTER 20 boxes Cheese, : FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER 1: ;h :,
a re
j 4.et Napnleon: fn m the first, in the hope of retrieving A message from the President, in rcgnrd to the Cu Secretary Faculty. 20 bbla. Whiskey, CLOTHS AND ;CA8SIMERES.T t '..- :.
IIi n mie fmm the disasters of a former fruitless! turned, and through their Chairman, D. P. HollandE ba question. mar be expected on or b f.re the 12th May 22. (June 3.) 1854. 22 300 bushels Corn .AM now receiving an extensive assortment of 'itf_ 4..,, t

lite: iipt Anoint i is said to have taken a decidedly ,q made the fullcwing report : of June, It Uinferred from remarks wbichhe.has made 1 box Beef Tongues. X Cloths, Cassimeres. Testings, Drap d'Ete White, :; =

lio-lUeattttu-le! toward Ru 8ia. The Cur i$ said to becrvwck Whereat the time u rapidly approaching at which the onjthe; .'ubject to members of Conifn si, tbat. hi his forthcoming S An Ordinance 1 Lemons Brown and Fancy Linens, White and Figured Marseilles 4) : 01 i
Spain has eriweRBed her willingness, to message he will dl-chinn and rebuke all I To prohibit the Proving of Poisoned food cr other; 20 bbls. Molasses, 4c, tc. all of whieh I am prepared to make up on short 'f'i'<..
ifiuit the fine imp-wed tlie Black Warrior butrefaors people of tie State of Florida will be called upon to Substance into tit Stieet, Squat or Enclowrtivithin BERRY ROWLES. .
uponj attempts at filibuster, legalized or not, and ask I notice in the most fashionable styles and on reasonable ,jirt. -..
to make any further concession :where upon r select a suitable pet f on to represent them iu the i Congress to give him ample powers and means to fie limits tf the City of Teliahatsee.BF. May 20, 1S54. 20 tPtms.A LS 0- ', '

the London Times declares tLat war between SpainaaJ ) Congress of the United States ; And whereas tbe I ID"mocracyof meet any emergency that may arise in tbe course of : IT ORDAINED by the Intendant and Com- .(< *. ..
'AX Dt'1'LL SELECTED STOCK OF ; -
thtl A LARGE "
Umt d Stites is inevitable. Mr. Soule haslet our sister County of Alachua, have I the Cuba controversy. This being granted, the sooner wun Council of the City of Tallofianitee. That Tract of Land for Sale. i4 .''f"' .
a special roesseuirer by the Asia with despatches) Congress adjourn and leave urn untrammeled. tl e from au 1 after this Jate it shall not lie lawful fur any READY-MADE CLOTHING, : /
to tLeGu"ernm'flt. We may now perhaps get the official expressed a desire that we should meet in Convention better-though it will require some preparation to j erson or pen-oiis to throw, or cause to be thrown lu- TIlE subscriber offers for sale bis SOD Down" Consisting in part of Cashmarette Frock and Sack S .f.il1': !

and) the contfpondeiice between t our belligeruut n.iuit&I for that purpose at as early a time as may be make an assault upon or to blockade Cuba,-and 1, :I[ taD) v' the Streets or public Squares of the City or Madison County, consulting of about two Coats Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats Tweed '1 '

Spanibh autli'irities.Irunce convenient for the Democracy of the State to asscm. repeat it will not be attempted during the d .gaays. upon :any_enclosure within the limit of this City any thousand acres of as good land as any in Florida. A Sacks Drap.d'Ete Frock, Sack.and Busmen. Coati, t ;
trom we have the intelligence the En- Lie, article"f loou or other substance ba\"lDgpui'iln t/tereon, bout two hundred acres are cleared Dnde good fence I Alpacca Sack and Business i au, n niie, rown anCl"F"'f .'
per Ir ban deckred himself the protector: of Sp.iin i it and all persons so offending shall upon conviction, if There are on the premises a good Screw. Gin House Fancy Unen Coats Black Drap d'Et.e.ad Summer .t.f .. !
her difficulties wllb tIll United States, and quietly Be it Resolved, 1. That the Democracy of Gadsdcn A Mrs. Henrietta Robinson was convicted of murder a white person, be fined io a sum of not less than and Gin, with comfortable Negro Cabins. Everything Cassimere Pants White and Fancy Linen Pants '; "

taking her under LIB wing sootbes all her fears in re- County assembled in this meeting do fully recognise at Troy, New York the 28th Who lirenty or more than two hundred dollars, and imprisonment -. on the plantation i is offered .six Mules stock of White and Fancy Marseilles Vesta, Fancy and Plain ql-c.i ;,
on
pard to Cuba If this intelligeoee should prove cor- the propriety of the Democracy of this State meeting May. .it act less than thirty days nor more than Hogs and Cattle with about twenty-three Negroes,all Silk Vests.Shirts.Collars,Cravtts.Uodershirt Draw- "
racial will do more to "xvitli I the jury in their verdict die-received it-with and For the snbscriir Pc4: 1 :
B&ln than otber precipitate our quarrel in convention fur the purpose of Dominating a candidate gave four mat the discretion of the Intendant. and likely healthy. terms apply to era, Glotes. Hoaiery,4c. JOHN PRATOR1US. :
auy possiole circumetance. We great boldness and exclaimed" Shame l on the plantation or through the Stillepie Pos ; rI
on slave or free of color convicted a3 aforesaid, 14 .
Ire nut "tthout euepicion however, that the wbolc for Congress at the election in October next. you any person Office. J. D. REID. .I _April_ 8.18M._ .':' .
fabric udge. You are prejudiced against me 1" She also shall be miuLibed with not less than thirt.nine'lkipes :
i is built ,
the slender I
on very foundation of some 2. Resolved, That we fully concur in the third Madison County May 20. 185-1. 20 12t :fit:
ordinary dYilities to the Spanish ambassador on l.i\ olution of the Alocbua rellI I charged the jury with being bribed. Sentence was to be inflicted by the Marshall or his deputy, and! impiisooed Look out for the EDgtne.- 4
meeting suggesting for nu less than thirty days nor more than j' fl- .
tale fine ZNGIl eati.
Paris. for
puMagi- through deferred until allow counsel subscriber has a
to her
Tlie Commercial intelligence i is important Cotton Court House as a suitable place for the convening of1 I Monday morning three months, at the discretion of the Intendant and Copartnership Notice. THE at ei'ty-fire horse power together-with J .

barl l declined but Breadstuffs were in active specu said Convention. to bring in a bill of exceptions. Tbe prisonere'man- shall receive during said term of imprisonment, thirty- milE undersigned have this day entered i into a ccL one GANG OF SAWS, and one of Page'!. best Circular y fjp:.: "

tire demand with a most decided advance 3. Resolved, That the 2d Monday in July will be ner after the rendition of the verdict ws strange ai.d nine stripes every ten days. partlJeubip in theWHOLESALE Saws. Shaftings Pulleys. tt, her language incoherentThe Passed in Council this 22d May. 16S4. and almoet othet kid of Machinery. Address !;jf1J.
the must suitable time for the holding of said Convention WM. 1C HAYWARD, Julendant. AND RETAIL any T. B. JHAIRES. '.J. ,t Scr
TalIabnsst'e.
him at
Terrible Riot inasmuch as it will afford the several Counties Albany Exprett mentions the following particulars Attrtt-(i. W. IIcTCHiMS Clett. The Marianna Whig and'Albany (Ga,) Patriot -j h .:' i

BALTIMORE June 4. sufficient time to send up their delegates, thereby insuring in regard to the prisoner's conduct after leav June 3, 1854. 22 caUGElU& && will please until ordered out and stud bills < L .rr... : .
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A despatch from New York states that terrible ing the Court room : STYLE OF rt.'t :' .
a a full representation from the different sections UNDER THE NAME AND to d v f-t"-1"
riot occurred it Brooklin, N. Y, on Sunday, between of the State On the way to the jail Mrs. Robinson laughed and For Charleston. BARNARD & MAXWELL.They April 15. 1854. 15 ; l :
the Catholics and Protestants. ; for these reasons we respectfully requestour joked alHWit the scene that she had just pawed Pioneer Line between the Gulf Ports .:I!. Jo' .:.,
It u reported that some seven or eight Americans Democratic brethren of thu different Counties to through 1 Uuriug the whole dav, though at times S Th1E Charlestou having been discontinued, will be pleased to see their friends DH. T. B. LAMAR .t i "

baJ been killed and from forty to sixty 'Wounded.An appoint tbe second Monday in July as the day on much excited, abe often conversed" earnestly with her tuer vessels have been substituted and conveyancewill S and patrons at the old stand" of E.Dam card, his Professional services to the public. .l ,
Irish volunteer company railed the "Shield's which the said Convention shall counsel and the Sheriff, and whenever Judge Hoge- be furnished for all produced intended for Charlee- Jr. sign of the Mortar. corner of Monroe OFFERS be found at the former residence ofDr- :r'; .q-l,4.:..; ;-,

Guards," were out In full force, shooting down the convene. boom indulged in a keen stroke of satire, or a sally of ton. Aents for same at Newport, McNanght t Or- and Clinton streets, where they will keep] James Hunter on the Thomasville road, eight milt ': J.
Americans in the streets. 4. Resolved, That the following persons be appointed wit, the prisoner wu among the loudest and hearti mood Cedar Keys. E. H. Richards; Tampa. James a I 1 end genera] assortment of articles appertainingo from Tallahassee. [tf'ni' -! : t

This; affair created a tremendous excitement both in Delegates to represent Gadaden County in said est of those who laughed W. heard her laugh re- McKV TUNNO, P1NCKNET c CO. their line of business, and solicit the patronage uf _January 28._ _185t._ _. _. _. _. _ gmBice. _*:_- fSijj i!..-. .'.
Brouklyu and New Yuk.IMPORTANT. Convention, vie: peat d1y. Ma! :7, 184. 3w 21 [SentineL their friends and the public.E.. '4f i. :
Yesterday she found : BARNARD, JJL.O. II. -1.
pVecinct was dressed .
From Qnincy I. throughout in a ,
Maj. Nathans James M. costume TROUP MAXWELL half ti and barrels now landing- .
spotless white arranged with QaiKy Male and Feaale Academy. in tierces, rees ,'.
FROM BOSTON. Wilson, H. M. Lipford, A. K. Allison John O. Smith care and neatness. She walked her scrupulous February 1.((4.) 1654. 6 RICE Magnolia. Alwtf Middling or broken .aides t, r- .

Great Excitement 8. Officers Auaulted.I D. P. Holland, H, R Perkins Dr. John H. Gee John and was repeatedly beard to say, with room very much, THE *t sosalon will begin the first October.Monday for sale br McNAUOHT 4 ORMOND. \ s 5 i1.

NEW YORK, June 4. Erakine, P. W. White George W. Maston, and Sam- and determination." though not directing great her remarks energy The institution and is end furnished on the with last Thursday a fine apparatus in and Specie I Specie !II! Specie I Ne1l"portlfareh 11, 1854 10 ,i. : )0

The'Governor and Council of UassaebusetU *baveppoiaifed uel J. Nathans. to any person He thall never pronounce tentence afford superior advantages to students of either MX Ti'OR sale by S. S. ICiIGBT.February ,
lion. Julius Rcckwell U. against me! JVo; never T DAVID C. WILSON ,; :
Senate Board 2 8
nee lion. education. 25, 1854.
for obtaiflrog a thorough practical ; Et
From CrOss Road
Dr.David
Laward Evtr U reaigned. *- L White,Neil Black When Dr. Hegeman, the
Deputy Sheriff visted her obtained in tlie of .
including washing may be .family in easing the attention of hi cua:4
FUGITIVE SLAVE EXCITEMENT. and Moses Atkins yesterday morning, abe saia to him. It TAKES pbiasine .
laughing.
You'll month. For further particulars NEW YORK. :
1t1, hare a rnc.-tmsc the Principal at $10 per and the public to the choice and exteuwvoassortment
Tk Mewrs.fughie.Te Hallett ttcitetnttt Lorin stilt onotnu in Bo,. From Ellisville E. 8. Shepard, Tbos. Goto James old boy r putting the rope around my neck; respecting rates of tuition 4e, see printed cats BREWER & CALDWELL of !1'aSPRING I$ ,
ton. and ,
Marshal Freeman J. Nixon, and A. E. Gregory. logue which may procured by application to If; i
bate be"n ) in 'Tbt SUMMER GOODS
bung effigy. eouosel hr ttx AND
Purf- N. H. STEWART, Principal. SUCCESSORS .CENTER & CO,
From .
tive was knocked dove with a along shot and Centre School House-Dr.Samuel Boardman, Xebruk Items- all the recent iirrivala. !
mint 27 1864. 21 which he has just received by
ed. TIe tftlls tolUd at Manchester and Portland H. J. Davis Jesse Wood, and A. J. Johnson. The bells of the churches in Homer and Cortland, Qnincy May GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and is now opening. for farpeetioa. In the disposal J ;: or

when it became known that Burns bad been reman From Rock '- R. Gregory, Archibald N. Y. were tolled account of the passage of the Ne New Store. .} 20 OLD BLIP. wbereof he pledgee himself ot.to be uadcreold upon :. J ..!
ded and sent back to Virginia.TheEottern Campbell braska bill house m th. city. l1 .S t. '.
and Charles M. r the same terms, by any
Edgerton. The democrats Salem, Mass.fired subscriber has purchased the stock of goods IS 1854. 19 ly found and I f
be rare
From thirty-one rlIE May the above a very j4 .
may
.. A. Johnson'-Daniel in honor guns word A and intends keeping a : Among I, ,
Waff IxroKtun RCMOR- Tbe New Boie, Daniel Browning on Saturday of the final passage of the NeEclipst flay Randolph selection ofLadies \
York Times lays U has ioformatkA through private; and T. B. HodnalL brash bilL general assortment His pre.entstock is well assorted !I choice .Jt f .- 'J'

and highly respecUbU ouroec in London wbiea indicate From Frao1dia. -Yoong pudding and JVebrtuka sauce were served and he invite all his friends U> call and see him. Notice.I File I Dress Goets, t t ,

that the Kmptror of Roasia it teriously) iodinex I sod K. M. KeAI1iJ1 Mann H.1L Dirriek up at the City Hotel PitUburg.on Friday. He pledgee himself to sell on as good term as any DURING my absence from the State, ray eon, eoN .t4 t'+l
to withdraw Nebraska is the in the cit B. Byrd] at. tb* Store of Jame4 Kirkaey, : eiiikaf"of TM&BA Cvl'd : ?
from the posttkm into which be baa been I From pudding latest wrinkle at" the bo- House B Berage J -
lcl'iaira'-Joho Tallahassee is
Chaaon. RANDOLPH. Esq., in duly'autborized agent J 't
TH03. P. my
betrayed. Its informant states that the reoeot at Benj. Wbmack, Dr tele. 4-4 Black Silk and Figured, .t
tempt of Austria to reopen negotiation with the Czar: John D.From. Mima. The Pennsylvania delegation gave the largest vote in: _MIY 27. 18M._ 21Gwynl'S' 48 BENJAMIN otft BYRD. Fancy Silks. Robes:__White French .J "

Vi'J afford tlie 4ired if not indeed tbe conctrted op- Thomas' Store-Wm. Speight W. Monroe in favor of the Nebraka bill of any other delegation Patent Beaetloi Centrifugal May 6, 1854. Crape d1'fl& .Worked,
trtunit r, fur tbe first in the House. In the list of eleven and splendid Berag Delaine*.
taking .Up l fa Uus direction.C .- Stafford, Zabud Fletcher and Willis HudnalL yeas PennsyJva rageaneW
reply If the nu.iaa *et,to tbe Austrian From O.lade.IOD ole names will be found. Virginia gave ten votes ir Pup. and Fire Ei ie. TIC PL4STERS- OF. FLORIDA styles Figoreid ChallieeV :.

flutt 'h Tape ba .,'Will be framed, .y' Reedy Q. McEl, John P. favor of the bill owing to the Unavoidable absence of A. &'anfaitoatioD; unlioiited in power Cotton r' Seed- o Humbug. I Solid Col'd. Tao,.Brown CLaUs,Berages. r. I
I ou not I b tJf1n&ut.. M to i intimate that tto Cut would Scott, David Grey, and Z. )(. Lett How of her! delegatien..ricinq DAm' aetiDa; p raanent in use; and withal Draba. :teel ;I'r.ntell Lawns, ,

J .i"" 10 and to ffIIla Retoivtd: That. President Pierce baa in the j1. &hat they are rapidly superseding aUJhjftttootino PHE undersigned, .now in Mississippi but soon to 'Pink Blue Black and, Tiswsea of different elyl<#.
h" :r--"hnrl: .7ndho.tilitiu 'The_ and the the.aetA.-.Ina speech before the Mtweachusetts 10 of Planters ia ewoaUy called X return borne has mide arrangementswith the White Beragca,1; Mo-lint of all kinde Ae,Ac.: :
uwUrelrondout. coarse adopted measures recommended .
Free
rellies O'/IgrnI. mall Mr.
Convention
fully 00 the sm of Inf by ; Giddiij"* taiiL-- I It ie a perfect safe guard most ear.ful1'.. to the selection' and improvement .ALSO, a fuU.MSOrfmet 01 *rv,' .
or Ita.ear. for
but tiD lam shown himself a worthy Buoeeoor of the have tried every means to kick tbe slave I. iti / & I .
tbinks the many power into. eottoa and e JIIOft it at made :: .OB
other RUJIIII3D tucks to poatpone operatiot*, a.end sn able Democratic PreeideoU, who hare by their energy do indignation thin bat" However conW not get one of the bl jsterere to: ..Jua, I <'f.tbe Southern lftat ; fad text crop. ,He baa taken great pain to procure the Bonnets a rni _.otllJDll 3 I
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road to ,-eure tbe ausilia'1 fUreca f mmpuible wndom, and*, pmdenoc raised our country to iu it w any not wholly* fraturUoua.offensive Mr.this, boast mar 1 be, 'Ovdcthet. aunitaneea do not. Wore It.. Ills,J Mired and beet aorta and will engage to furnish the Parwsi4 r. .. Wood pl Wfllo'w' ,Ware.
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.f.fompe UI'ava fiiddinga k Water Planters of Florida with better seeds than have OloesflosA.
s.1Iir ever
.\lrmtfor, that would be the uoduubtod and all be rigor of a present liigb potftlori .of pow&nd 'prosperity<'and lially correct The Sooth has eubmlUed to a greai .4aptad lar lor..sanm.n...dtiea,and all .Hoationt reqninngBiaeamanolactand I I before been brought to the State. 'H. will cVsliver I. lAdles Oelt." .a.WaN ud reo ,
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lick maD." fatb.VI the we have fufl confidence that under hie administration many kicks and t* some even from aoeh a* Oiddig Woi : of.horn W to the teed to the order of the Banter io St. lark. to Hea and BoekinaOeoU -ekr .GlSSlriN,4C.! .-.tet.-I ___

the rights aad aet 4 fib. oaotf7 fl1bs. protected, But tilt chivalry of,the South II DOt .altopthe. ox poro gto J. parafaota eapaeitf Call .sod be I Newport, dumiuj'Ib. nextTsIl OK:winter, and will produce Dm .;' t -c' If. -
The steam MnmJnt tioct end may **awakened, exalted V lew 100.000 of r certifiea4e rUste >.li the DimM>pr r. and the of Urn Denoaratie a ed os-tbm at *e- SaV&id Wareboaae *,> are And
line oIs $meri to nnf regalar1,.b t"teI'I NeW'a tew and' .respected, prteples mere-Heta. ID* away gentlemen; 'vet t ,.til Power 'ObSpairf -of TJrfl.;TTa W; Brcadway.U liaise furnubed; *nd the sanding of the Flanten from I tow resident. In .. ox .emutsn.] .. ___
and flaviunsvI ;1':P.. and t.uebit1g' York Party carried{cot and .thjidiekteci Jq their true 'spirit diaeof that there la a limit even to 'SoetbSi en link yak-remuoed'q'io U, nearly o'xayt7.18W WBOIB ,Ihera** obtained.\ .Hwkinde faniihiid riil I t1" .lltles, tIJa..!:eel .wraneea. ap/
return' trip at" 00 her ibefaf I1it&I dUraDOI.-Bi haOfu', z.,. Wntte Mexican, the Vfck tile and II I .. t
Kef'WOiaod. tJle.Floridaa, it and with proper Ji ., "at' / II be the Big .Pb& '".
fttl-igout' .t the foot oflfcadwjtreet. N. It. DOW 6. RettMH ThaI our aWe ..aaalooi 3iuj mute .> Little Brown, ,Th ,Big White Jaaxka* .tha most Aprlll5"t$54.- '11: ,>".. 1I1J.801f.
cnid 'nle ; A Great BbMtaf to tko, Aflktei: hv'MiawrippJ M.te jnaliabU I .__ .. .'I 'r
t:15t': voIle! ror t.bil line ia likely S Itt Late. t' ..r sought after :moaf stock S. l' .
to \i.e ID th ..uueS Z .. ,
.IOOD Ocegrssi pos -tW DLMTAIL1b.ntW Of ih. :e.1.bra ed ._ .- ,0 .but will supply:.either of thothrattd sJreA! -, : i
:ii.'t..o rrt'lbvteriu Aeeembli S issestbi entire eoagJejiat D tf.d a ;1eituift1ssehsvgs .r

1.\i1& hate: ,doled( to dtnouac* ibt now i In PhiU I of Gadaden County, and I il bat' btI_..ffOrtitO'fWther" tUijtcreats es.befor. be eould be induced to offer I tLam to b :a- et1dr '.it-it 'm' tTl.I 1 Court- "Howe- Thndspo.t.psid 4 jJf- ,- J-... : -Jf 'l Jclrf o whic, fcHb*trade dILt

11 'eInskaI I lad idrtnoe the prosperity of all .c 0D4 the public In sock a manner to make them known;: A.CJJI9'T4 D..Ll\DD. t JOSEPH- I,, DUTTONApril "--cw: -. :
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throufhetft the couotrf..' This learned pbvBiaia fclt :cw'pOrtI1y JO, 1851 :0 I 29,1551. 17 .tf 'ri1lS4, .16'V. a! .4Ij.

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.' __. ..,t supply of DRUGS aW MEDICINES, 'J" I ZSR5-.moir'i rirr7u b lis to f p a. I "'
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t ? ii THEOre.tlt. flip Back Limbs and Joint; -D. H. AMES. -.- rtloft. ItJ.

1. 4A' Scrofula King' Evil White Swelling, Hard Tumors April !, 1854. ItOB. rnmcxaY, Dye& Surgical *, Edgings and Insetting. cry variety of 5sw1i .are now o6nd at u. ".

'4 -t.-'f" Stiff Joints and all fixed pain whatever. Where Sseei. Snii ; Window Glaaa.Paint, ,, O WISa Edng*A Inanga. Haltea* Edgteg*. ash price of ONE HTJKDRZD. 'DOLL.\JCI.! "

[&.J<'& this Plaster applied pain cannot exist OiIa'Vamuis1is, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, O Lt.le" "* VaJeociH"Batyma clear profit 'hID the BM. ****** IfW
) It baa been beneficial in cases of weakness;, such a* and Glass Ware' Medldnw, 1 Hal WOO to S100?.year,.depattdng OB

.. 4 m Pain and Weakness in tbe Stomach Weak Limbs Fine Soapa,.Fine Tooth Pure Wine and Brandies Saxony" M Smyrna Floormngt. done. ? 1 '--:* -' .*time :

THE" GREAT TURKISH Lameness Affection of the Lungs ia their primary and Hair BrtSatM*, for Medicinal purposes, Blood. .- 4'White wW to aJl the stteattoa of mttahA l

m itagH. It destroy inflammation by perspiration. Paint Brushes Fancy Articles tientarly teo.*st*lyIaTS.l. , W REMEDY FOE BALD9ESS, James L Boyd Pkken district South Carolina Garden Seed, Fine Havana Began.AM Goods. Middle ( '8ev-wllli 18ffleTbiMtottm '

V>d fcr Iarir aaj.t;mi I wflrj1 f the Hair testifies that by it* use alone he wa cured of Rheumatism I He has recently received per blip Sawyer and TACONET Cambric, .SWIM Muslin* .)*.dinsbIs Vthei .. :
m in both of bis knees nf several standing.The aid Awl of .
year )oab "a 0/re tfpy every variety J Check &ok"
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1 A S a TuUet ArtkTe,oeantifybgand keepinglhei following wa handed u* by a respectable or articles sualIy kept by 'drufgitta. PUnten and aoJfe.et := .i& _
-w: / hair soft, gluasy.and i ia a healthy condition it is Physician in Georgia: : Pbysidane will always find at this establishment a foil Striped Nainsook44Fla'dCoTd aU&d of all w1IeI.. ,
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t 1 It* poitiv qualities are as follows:- Curtain art of J JU Sewiag b ,Far1tittL
nequalled. Mcssag.SCOTIL A MXAD-Gents: T bave been ra supplyofevery thins; needed and on the most liberal H ..
:;-.if{ lt It frees tbe Lad from dandruff strengtljens the sing Liverwort and Tar Hebrew Plaster very ex- : terms. Linen Bishop's Lawn the only rosiFtia that can ID 11m

10 r orta iuiparta health and vigor to tbe circulation, anaprevenU teosivelv your in my practice fur three year past aDd it I Orders from the Country" promptly filled and satisfaction remain dbtiact and branttfal after waaaW1

;. 4 !I the kair changing color or getting graY.- i ia with pleasure that -1 state my belief in their superiority guaranteed with regard both to prices and Mourning Good work and .every -aort of leather Sew..j -

T. '" 2-i It cauoe the hair to curl beautifully when done ovn ALL MUD ABTicLEs, with which I am quality.. Physicians' prescriptions carefully _eom1 BUK all wool de Laines Black Satin, king-Ifattnuaea-and all Sewing in wbis GhAr

'. ; ; up in It orer night This balm is made from the nrig acquainted the purposes for which they are recommended '1'pounded.. Bombazines, Hair Crape, STRENGTH Of SEAM 18 RtQlflflD,,'

# 1i t'l.t. hill receipt procured from the original Turkish Hakiopbvsician The Hebrew Plaster especial/! is ao ALto, EPPUKT3 COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT Ytg'd Silks, French of this machroe eanoot be equalled. Itbao '.'

I ( ) of Coc Untinople, wbere it II universally UMVKa&AL PAVACXA forlocal pains. I have also'found OF BUCHTJ. Watered do :EngUsh pie in its eonctroctioo and much more easily i

tollt! ne. The turks have always been celebrated for I It a most excellent application for Sprain and Bruise December 24,1853. 01 "PIa do M'ning Sleeves A CoRut. and operated than any other. '

* ; q their wcraderfu! skill io eotnpmiuding the rivheat per.I *.. It give universal satisfaction wherever nsed. JMCT NULL Hereafter we shall be prepared to supply a vuJeU
H, :.M :!' fine and all other toil.t article In Turkey the arcHiitic S.8.0SLINM.D.Kaoxyille Glass, Oils,'WhUe Lead, Ac. Handkerchiefs. Sewing macrube* each perfect and ecorplete of i

f'-. h'rbt, d-e. nf which this balm is composed,are Ga,March 4th, 1853. SOMETHINGNEW BOXES Window Glass assorted sizes kind at the following ash prieea
almost -jairenally known and,used fur the bair.2J .- AND VALUABLE. 100 100 White LADIES Emb'dH\rk& Ladies Hem St'd HVfkCi. 1.Needle and shuttle macbme of
t. -- kegs Lead extra 4 No. 1, present
pure I
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'j". }! 'J.'I case of bildiutt or thin head of hair u n.i. tr A VOICE PROM GEORGIA.J& Tb. Klnjr m the few irt the rlob now barrel Linseed Oil Tape. Bordered tvlecn wooden box. .......;.|loo
mot pewettit .
i 1}. \. tiffy tinlcnwi in tfial country. We W143 but one Read the rvteM Mprcar In th. AioerirM RpoMk Th. pow.r 6 lard Oil, I 2. Needle and shuttle machine of present -_

r. r ; 1,;,, tt bt ,*adp of it; that.wilt do mora to convince following tettimonyfrom a Phytician.GEXTLEMXS of the crowned heidi of Knror*link Into Iwlpilficuofwhm 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Collars & Sleeves.MBWD stjleoniroo Irame..;;.;....r......$]] ;
I : of its virtues than} all the jrertisemenU that -Your Hebrew Plaster La cured me compared to UuU of our American Kl"fXaroMMi -
Needle and shuttle
YOU can machine
i 20 Collars Embroidered Sleeve with
the ves.d in them to packages Fire-prool.Paint. (bbk and i bbls.) newly
\ !;:! i: be published and that all may be able to teet its vir of pains of which I have suffered for twelve years formic the riches King.wnploy f the rich and power lordly, and Co mluce 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil Hi Mourning Lace invented feed stfceJon and check ed spring/.$12$

ft., ; \:.: sues, it is put up in Lfcine* for linen and

f'41' :" 60 cents per bottle. RernemW the t'n"tn'bu the of my loins medical and side, and tried many remedies but without that datOar, to the lordly America mention King and fort humble forth!wit cabin equal,read, alike;- OpiriU Turpentine in barrels and at retail A general other light sewmf..11. .......... 'lU

, )1 '. \ .. signature of Comstock Brother ou the splendid my own experience suggested, to adralnloter relief and taffer health and happiMM lo assortment of Colors Brushes,and other Painters' Silks et cetera. 5. do. tMeadsdmaebianforsewiaigb.gii, -
I; J .\"i tr..r'Wrapper.f obtaining relict At length I used your Plaster and tile lofty and lowly, the rich .4 UM poor. materials. D. II.AMES. ., sack*,and carpet bag*,<;.;.......JU.
now its good effects entirely cured I will recommend r*LACE Silks. White Satin
am by do.tbreaded njaehme fcr shoe
I .' ,it-( ,:FOR THE MARRIED."BS TE rErrrrn AXDVCLTirLT. DIl. JOHN BULL'S December24.1$5*. 51 6. wwk
'
l :1t' ."-Is a command that should I be cheerfully the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster tall VJT Marcelline Silts, Blaek" and leather stitchmg............!!,
/V.J- 17i.i:, '.r. ;' nb jyed by the children of men. DR.LARZETTFSJDNO 'Who are Buffering from contraction of.the- muscles or GREAT! AMIIEil III.; O HI' Fill!! Wines, Syrups, Ac. Florence" Tarfeton Crape Liessee. 7. do.threaded machine whh apparatus
: side back. Brk -
pains in the or Ytg'd" .'d CoFs.
permanent to bied III&U, .. .......
4.
CORDIAL
Procreativc .f'I
; or Elixir prescribed Tbe people of Georgia have but to become acquain I.the TMTB Wowsa or TUB Wotu .*!,tb* gret.st OLD Otatd Brandy Fresh Dates, Brk Wat'd White Silk Illusion; -
threaded mactiine'of
i t : at ao effectual restorative io cases of drbility, impo blcrainc ever*ff red te afflict*! bnmmltr; to UM a.Ihr- Port 8. do. extra mx*jr'.
pfil"Ii, berr.nu'.M. and all irregularities ted with its virtues when they will resort to its use. tnr nillioDi, the Doctor cut car,niter.I at your torn- Claret roeade" link a qai1tlngcoat 1iniap -;. #... .., ";4.t.
nature. 4
tenty or Yours truly M. W. WALKER M. D. mind You bare only lo UM this magical mmlr. All Madeira Old Port Juice Whit. Wat'd Blonde Nett. da threaded" 'im'eof1arg.r' sbt fair. .
: It U all that it professes to be, viz : Nature's great For ythe. Monroe County, Ga. tbo-e who still safer,and will not accept Uu proffered Sherry, Sparkling Cider '
: .: .'t. \t restorative and remedy for th/e in the married statetiafl Halm,deterre not the pity of their fuolixr London Porter, Scotch quiltizigextra Jed 1iDiI. :.:.t 1)
. ..- .. without offspring. It is a certain cure for seminal ei' To Messrs.Sconl t Mead, New Orleans, La. This wonderful medicine,during the brixf p rlo . It. Introduction, hi* carried bapplocM to the beutt of Brandy Brandy Cherries, A Rib'na. seaming coat sleeve, ie,....... -I
.
; : .t! tnission general debili .s1o.t.weakness of the genitaliM thouiand and mad. life a charm to many wht heretofore Raspberry Syrup, Sardine. D ONN Sah Black Silk Fringe, I J o >
; < ; organs nervous affections, leucorrhoea or whites. As JEW DAVID'S oa HEBREW PLASTER n N. CMsssi. regarded H only a*a painful and miserable rilrtetice Strawberry Fresh Lobster .I) Taffeta Satin" Zephyr Worsted, Embroidering Machine making an oroarnental -

: ; .:, an invigorating medicin! it is unequalled. Also, a certain .*. SCOVIL & MEAD: I have been troubled To the wind with ell UaUutnU, Embrocation, PainKiller Lemon" Shad. Velvet, Cap A Belt 4' Wonted Bind.Silk stitch with two threads ..?4.,,". .;
and 1'aln Extractor, and let million. of
ihtiit t ;; 1':4S remedy for incipient consumption indigestion.lowofmuicnUr with tbe chronic rheumatism for tbe last twelve tengne* proclaim the merit of the gnat _-glad Ginger" Salmon, Braids assorted, White A Cord Bobbin I 2.Machine of large' size foiSewingiiwn. -

: ':' .. energy physical laaiitud female years. On tbe 1st of July 1849 I was *o bad that I King of fain" a prvpirarkm competed tolely of vegetable Pine Apple Clams, White Silk Fringe, Soak Cord A Tapes. Hip and ship nil* with ,fixture aDd

I 11il i J" .t. weakneM, debility*c. It is warranted to please the could not turn myself io bed, and the pain eo severe and root lil.V. ., produced by America' own rich sad Gauss Jelly, Preserved Quinces, apparatn complete from......|400 to ',SOt
bounteous
J ,:;;!, ; ; tier in any of the above complaints, and is of price. that I bad not slept 'a wink for six days. At this .would a.k tbe LABIX wbo are always competent Currant do.Sparkling tt Peaches, Gloves & Mitts. Machine will be fitted for any unusual pecnlitrity
;" .: .r" .(. }lul vau< to those without ofikpring.C time my attending physician prescribed the Hebrew Judges of what II and what is not a valuable family medicine Tamarinds 'ass'd of work on reasonable term The .Machines artw> .
'. and it acjed'like charm tbe pain left me, to do n*a special favor by giving the Kuif of raiD Gelatine rtI'Jrl LADlE and colored Kid Gloves, cuTely packed for to f.
1. ,X..tit'\i, criO!! Erra*-Fiud the name of Comstock t Plaster. a ; influence Extract 'I ,. transportation any part (W
Flavoring '
trial,and if rrt their ,
ratinfactory.e 'ut Silk '
tingle SrCeI.Yea. .
t.o '1'r rr:' ) # Ether on the vrapper and neetr butit. unless' you and I slept more than half of tbe night and in three a In it. behalf, recomnend It, peak well and often of It, t Powders, Pickle. ,j ,II Bearer MCtwbmrre world and full printed instruction for using bepi .j

f"' ). .' fmd the above name; as it lias been rxttntivrly countirffitt'd days I was able to ride out I consider the Hebrew and fee that it U uied by th.lr afflicted txifchborf Tb* Corn Starch Salad Oil U ** ing them in order are furnished, with each-jnacBtt. ,
I fl .t t.': .r ff I fit. Avoid the counterfeit ae you would Piaster" the best remedy for.11 sorts of pain now iu lAiiie are always rharltabltt.Ibis and when valuable they ioJuet oieJicin their, Olives a' Back OauntlttU Machine needles Silk twist on *pool*-S,eorl" .
friend
to Capers,
offering nw really ,
flit.,4.t.r:. p-l1"IU. use. G. W. M'MINN. they will be doing an act of benevolence that they canwell Worcestershire Sauce Cocoa. BlTt Silk Mitts thread A&always on hand sad for silent fewest oat
r"" ':. .;t.( [,* ;.;-: GEORGE'S HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA Hen Jersonvillc, N. C, Aug. 1 C, 850t be proud of This U a powerful and truly magicalrem.dy English Mustard D. IL AMES. Worsted price Pmincipa1'Offiee.'Nc.52 J Broadway,If.T.BaAXCH .-
for all external dixeaie, sores weilingt, burn, Ortrvza:-tl South Fonrth fifreet-PVdelphia. ;
> .j{*% .-, .t EXTRACT For the cure of those diseases arising fcc., and for many Internal affliction,iti.i a certain cure, December 24,1853. Cl October 29. 1853. 4* 199 Baltimore Street
1.' 1. : from nn impure state of the blood, such as Scrofula yet it i* perfectly baraleM, and incapable of proJoclnj -. ,Baltimore47 B*>

1.t,:'J iis 4r. : : firubbarn ulcers, skin diseases, pimples on the face, Beware of Counferfeit and bate imitation the tbe least weakest Injurious constitution.elfecu la the moil delica' caw or FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, AGENCY OF THE TNA INSURANCE CO. over Street, Boston._ 197 Elm Street.. SINGER CbcmgatiLM. CO.
t". '
.,.t.:1.,, ,1"... femal. irregularities and comptunta. tc. At a genrr- It if entirely uwlow to follow the old and WOl1l-Dt of the above -_
.. f3f The genuine will In future have the signatureof GROWTH or 1853.RUTABaga. THE undersigned Agent Company March 18, 1854. 113m
of certificate
L.:, W.r : ... al tonit and 1.n.telJoraWlft* lytem itisunequalcd. "yiteai of publishing to the public tboutaoj -
: receive fur and make Insurance
E. TAYLOR on the steel plate engraved label on the this mviicin It cons applications
of wonder performed by
.. 11Imf'JIOOet6t&lo.ffn'etl..acureloraUdl.eaa.r Flat Turnip,Cabbage.Beet,Ac.just
." .J.I.t top of each box. : but &.,aC-Gw. cent to try it; and Dr. Bull ,tafc hi* against loss by Fire;on Brick and Frame Buildings Waknlla Iron Works
r :. C 5, but merely for those arising from impure blood.It .- ILAMES. '
:: ". well-earned reputation on the Ring of Pate dsg all and Furniture,'Merchandiu ate. NEWPoJtT
advised
Purchasers that FLoRIDA.-
counterfeit of :
are ;
a mean
December, 1853. 61 .
{ is of he claim for it.
J : C coimwwd rt'KK uo.xortM SAiSAfAEiLtA comVinoJ more than '
,...'' witn other purely vegetable substance of ac- this article is in existence. The genuine is sold only We would a k, have yon the 5henmti or Goat: January 2 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Ettbuguaent now in fall op.fi 'JI
,- THIS
r, "- ,,..'":, ::" tr.owltdgcd efficacy,and! is manufactured with the bIos, and by our agents appointed throughout the tkee are not pleaxaat companion,aud we know that Metallic Burial Cases. will be aUcndeo fo'wiUi proffiptQas ia tall
\ would like to drive them at vua a* poolbie,
South-and no pedlar it allowed to tell it. Dealers yon .- away work done with neatness and .
of Extensive Assortment of dispatch.All
i'.: ::1" I ::. rr"r< care, every pound the Sarsaparilla being UMBUM
r:4: v;:*' t.- pnfjt to the strictest chemical tests and its genu- and purchasers generally are cautioned against buy BOLL'S KINO OF PAW. kind of work neb a*Steam Work,Hill Work
SPRING AND
{ SUMMER GOODS. .
iris of any but our regular agents otherwise they wall Gin Gearing Sugar Mill Circular Saw Ifaclinrrj
before of Bowel
; jnene ascertained being used; and it contain Would you be cured almost immediately,
;,. .'" $:* .. teD times as much Pure Honduras Sanaparilla as be imposed upon with a worthless article. Complaint 1)) enter/,Summer Complaint,Cholera Morbu Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers Plough Casting, ,Br*>)
V 4 .: .*:&l '>. ether aZ any Sold also by D. II. Amen Barnard A Maxwell, ',Cramp Colic head Ache. Tooth or any other. ache I HEIR Ac RUST would respectfully call the i Castings, &c; also--Sugar Kettles, of airy sue, knt
'
ever oferedfor '
,../ i:::>' ; ;, We bave endeavored in George's. Honduras Sarsaparilla Nash A Co., Tallahassee; W. Rogers A Son, Cbatta or pain, the remedy U cimple and the cur cvrUlu.BSE THE undersigned keeps constantly on hand vari I of their customer and friends to the extensive constantly hand. All work done ia such an establishment
.,; :. boocee; Geo. F. Baltzell Marianna; Jordan A David. TIIE GREAT KING OF PA.. $ sizes of the Patent Metallic Burial Cues and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer will be done by us, whh'a paitiemlaT TfgtW
to the Medicin which be
/ ..i i : 't to give do public a can son, Quincy; A. IL Wilson, Newport; Samuel Puellion Would you have your Sores, Bwrlliag, Cut, Bun, mentioned in the accompanying certificate. Goods, which they are now opening. Consisting b to the strength aad'tfnrabilHy of the work. '
. Upended to for them ((10 tbe class of diseases bcvkJ .
L ,1. upon ftcaU, Bruitt,or any other wouudi w repeal ofGent.
Monticelfu J.A.EDMONDSOWAsn1'.Jne '. part ia readme to
Workmen
{ Competent always pet
;1 ';%b. : to which itia adapted) all that Medicine can do; and V,use tbe Black i Colored Sack 1 ip
:.0 ; .t.. :_' oofi Jen' that have done leado" it February 18, 1854. 7 4meo\v MAGICAL KING OF TUX.wottld Alpacca Frock Coats Eogi &c-
,; : we ewe to the .. .. ,,_ ,___ I. U LUltre ,a .
. ft ".L. AnrH EfliMESSRS. 'l____ .efl;._Iw_ 1i.I_ _.n,1.-sII_ _.1r_._d4r.Ilf__ __ _
t the -------- -- u ,
good common WIT. of people to decide BETWEEN yon DC curea m resin iieaa. aua woiav core --C'- Cashrnerette ** ** If -
;. p sk.: fill extract of the rear. HOiDcaAA BaaflArA&lLL and DR. MAUCIIISrsCELEBRATED Throat, Neural.U,Sore Breast, I.amU,T.tter or King FIRK AM RAYMOND, cash,or accepted orders no acme bumea firm in tla
'; .3 .v Worm, Salt Kh"um, Bite of I'otonou Inject,Chapped GEoTLDlCf-We witnessed the utility of your or Drap D'Et.4t a place Tallahassee w QmacT.-
; ; + the many wortltn Etirwit of a worthhlcti common Hand Sore either or running, we "
and aU other dry Merino
namental Patent Metallic Burial Case. used to Liberal for old Iron and BrM.AH .
. ; Jobu Bail convey prieea paid Copper
RartapiriUa now sold. Then be not deceived. Re- CiTflQUCON saJjgsAn and sge iu, Toes BIXKDT U Dr. 4' 4. -
: MrttoGEOUOE'SHOVDmlASSARSAPARILLAand the remains of the late Hon.John C. Calhoun to Paletots letters must be addressed (post paid)toM.H.POSD4CO
FOR THE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES. KING OF PAIN. the Congressional Cemetery which impressed us with Drap DTte a ,
31
you will be rewarded by a and cur Cancer,Turner .
quick easy Would yon be cured of )King' Evil. Clouded Mir-eCle -
the belief that it is
the best article known to for
;' 4; 'te p., T6THE ADlES.-You *bo wieb a beautiful TT STANDS pre-em- Eruption., or any disease of the Miin t"&u-.4 byjm(>ure us ). WaIlaeeCJoth January J1.1864S NewPort.J1LManufactured
*; .' -L inent blood, then uw lr) John Bull' Sarpsr1iU' iowrnally, transporting the dead to their final resting-place. Frock Coati
Itar fkin free from /I fonts
F all pimple,blotches, and impus curative be Chambra Sack. Tobacco.
and the King of Pain externally nothing can BON With respect we subscribe ourselves, Yours. &e.,
., we say, abandon the use of paint and mixtures f.lh power in all the certain than a speedy and effectual cure. Kremlin a a RECEIVING further stock of 200aJ
: H. Clay, D.R. Atcbhton Jeff. Davis JUST a seo
i:1 ; and use the.genuine George's Honduras Saruparilla diseases for which it is DR. JOHN BULL'S I.wis Cass, A. C. Greene W. R. King "' Fancy Gineham a If bone aeaorted XaBofretmred Tobacco at W
; -4 .' It beautifies the complexion by removing every par. recommended, called PRINCIPAL OFTICJC, D. S. DickiiMon, Dan. Webster Henrv Dodge, Brown, White A Cord Linen H a prices than it can be"bongbt in any of the kyfiwketslforth.

v'* 0 ticle of morbid or diseased matter from tbe blood, -..- FEMALE COM.PLAINTS. Tina Ccc.*Stem, O>i Dooa anow "l4ur.LOUISTIIJ.a, J. M. Mason. J. 1l BerrieD, W.P.. White and Buff Marseilles Vests. Trader will do well to euautmj**
miking it pure, hetllhyutd rigor out, and changing H and cord their knwi
n. October I;'1853. 39 tI fancy Welting beiure .ordering, Sprins;.stock WB1 1
the ytuow and dark countenance to the bloom and OftWo are Trolap' If n-wo Liuen a' sample, with prices attached,to any desiring a> '.
frnnc of youth. POE 8111 BT DRUGOl5T5&MgCU&STUU- /. the Circuit Court for Jfad.'ton County Jfidd'e Pant be where
JUt Uteri, or Falling Black DrapD'Ete I credit lit of April will given any. :
This medicine is put cp in large botU.sone of which '. :' of tbe Womb; Fluor, OUT TIIX UM1TKD 8TATE8. Crcuit of the State of Murtda-Spring Term, 1854. 4' .. EJa.s tigne" I tily ia required. D. LADHNewport. 7"-

).. b lit TIETTZ i if eQUal to air of any other ever-made. 0 or WhiUs; Chronic In- D. H. AMES, Agent, TallJiaMce. Robert J.Bi bop and Chandler Merino a .January 21,1854. ?
4 CJITTIOS.-Find tbe name of Comstock Brothers April 29, 1854. 17 6m .
; -Y\ flamation and Ulceration IL Smith partners using the Attachment. Queen's ClMh *
m the wmpper,and you will get the gcouing George's of the Womb In- name and style of Bishop &] Amount sworn to, White and fancy Linen Drill Pants Asa May,administrator of Richard
; Spring and Summer B. Cole and of Caroline Cole. and in
.
Honduras
: :. -. SarMparilla. cidental Hemorrhage, Smith. 116. *410 25-100 Blue and French Cottonade. I
All orders mOlt be directed to COMSTOCK & or Flooding Painful c1ctiiiia Charles Russell. Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers. Lia own right and Margaret M.Cole

L BROTHERS, No. 2 St.Pets Place, (rear of Aster Suppressed ; Defendant and all other interested Linen Bosom Shirts.Merino Undershirts, wife of said Asa May, mpla In ChaDCfTj
!? ,or persons
House) New York. Price fl per bottle, or six Lot _L __________ __:_ Menstruation Irregular 18 tkt for U. with all their accompanying evils, (Cancer excepted,) a fine assortment ofWEADT.MA this suit and to appear and plead to the declaration -: u Drab Beaver "' Burwell McBride,administrator of C-untr. !

Sad! only in TalUhwsee by EDWARD BAR. no matter bow severe or of bow long stauding. DE CLOTHING, filed in said cause. 1 .. Black far Drab brush and Pearl Hats, Alexander R. Murray. Alvin May Middle C'irt.-s ,

-:' HARD. Johnson A Eppes, Monticello, E. Seixas The Catbolicon far surrmse other remedies, in 1- suitable for Spring and Summer wear, comprising in JL WHIT SMITHO.M.LEE Boys Black
Tbomasvillc, D. J. Dickeoson, Baiiibridge and by one ing certain, less exponsive, and Je&\'iogbe s- part tbe following articles: Infants fancy Pearl Hats, children and heirs of Richard B.Cole,

:. ; ::+ nan in every town. tem in a better condition. Let all persons interested Brown and White Navy Drill Frock & Sack Coats Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Fancy Goods. and Caroline Cole deceased. Defendant

'* .. October- -J IS. 185:. 41Executors' in such a medicine call and obtain a pamp'ct Fancy and White Linen Drill do' do do MadiaonC.1L.March 22,(April 1,)1854. 3m 2 -
Ribbons of all Bonnet White and affidavit of J. T. Archer that
qualities Cap IT appearing by
tf4I1t' -
(free) containing fro.n Clouded and
ample proof highly respectable'sources White Frock and Sack Coats
Notice. : ,
Notice. Coolored Satin Ribboos Black White
and
Gr Colored 1. defendant Burwell McBride reside out the Ststi
of the results of its
and Plain .
happy use, together with Striped Sack Coati
s :. SIX month after date, to-wit: on Friday the 21st letters from first class experienced pbysKiatw, who Bile and Col'd Drap Gingham d Eta Sack and Frock, Coats, SIX months after date.the undersigned administra Velvet Ribbons. of Florida it is ordered that said defendant spf***

of July next I shall .present to'the Court of have tiled it in their practice,and speak from their do do Summer Cloth do do of the estate of John G. Rawb. deceased, late Ladies Dress Goods and answer the complainant's BO on or before,tW

4 Probate, for tbe County of Gadsden, my account and own observation White and Col'd Drill Pants of Gadadeo County,will present her final account and Consisting io part of- first Monday August next otherwise the same vffl

..Jp vouchers as Executor of the Estate of Reuben H.Hicks, RrrzatKcxa-Prof. Dnnbar M. D, Baltimore Md Fancy Pants vouchers to the Judge of Probate of said County,and Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns, be taken pro confuto against him. Provided a'e>ff
,
4 t deceased and apply to the Judge of said Court for a J. C.Omck. M.D, Baltimore, Md.: P. B. Peckhnm M.; Fancy Marseilles Caasimere do for Summer ask to be discharged. ELIZABETH BAWLS Black and 2d Mourning.Plain of this order be published ia some newspaper fw

final discharge: of which, allj ulies interested, will D, Utica. N. Y4 D. Y. Foote, M. D, Syracuse N.,Y. BlTc Drap d'Eta do do -' do wear, March_18,1854. J 1 6m Admini tratrix. Printed and Embroidered Organdie, bed in the Middle Circuit of Florida for focramA

'tj please take notice. BURWELL B. WILKES ). II. Mills, )L D., Rochester, N. Y. L. D nominff;, Fancy and White Marseilles Vests, In the Circuit OD"rtfur J/aditon County, Middle Black, White and Colored Jaconet next preceding the said rule clay 'Augnsti itOapiaEB ?
Executor of R B. Hicks deceased. Black and !d Mourning and Colored AT Ctujraxaa J.WAYLESBAKEB.March .
M. D, N. Y Bareges
Canandaigua. W. W. Reese, M. D, City Light Spring Silk Vest Circuit of the State of Florida-Spring Term 1854.
January 2J. 1864. 6m. 8 Black. Colored and Embroidered Tissue ((4th) 11, 1884. 4m 10 .Jadr-
of New York; W. Prcscott !1 D, Concord, N. H. -ALSO- George Draper and Hearer' ,

;Li i FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM Pamphlets can be had' gratis at the drug Stores of A general awormcnt of Shirts Collar.Oferea Cra- B. Eldridge, partners using Plain Black and and Printed 2d Mourning Hernamy and Colored PROTECTION INSURANCE CQMMM
tbe following Agents. rata, Hosiery, Drawers Undershirts Gughamaof
and ranoos other the name and style of Draper Attachment
all CONNFCTICUT
[ SCALES D. H. AMES articles too qualities HARTFORD
Tallahassee
numerous to mention.A t Eldridge Amount sworn to
,. PALMER A BROTHER, YOD ccl1o. full assortment of Cloths. CaMimmt Vesting, ... $754 78-100. Edging and Inserting of all description, i I Capital Stock, $ OOOTHE
LONG KfOWX-SEVEBELf TESTED SAMUEL PULESTON, do. which the subscriber is to manufacture to Colored Parasol and Para.
prepared Charles Russell. undersigned Agent of the above Ccanjaat
t -ALWAYS RIGHT, TUB AC. ABEL & GRIFFIN, Apalachicola. order on tbe shortest notice in the most approved defendant. and all other person interested, Black Glove and of all 2d Mourning Parasols and Farasolets, i: prepared to take risks against Fire cu bjinos <
_
'.4'4' KNOWLEDOED 8TAMDAKD.AgenU DB A. R. BREXLEY Alligator.t1r style, nod best possible manner. All in want of good THE take notice of the commencement of this suit Spring Capes.descriptions Collars and Vwittea and their. contents on the meet favorable terM.F. .

-New York,FAIRBANKS i Co.89 Water st : Letter addressed to Mewrs. Beach A Brownson, Clothing callJ2y and are requested to appear and plead to the Declaration Linen Cambric Handkerchief H. FLAGO. Ageat
Agent at Newberry C. H, S. C., byllev. Her. C. (c Orders from tie country promptly attended filed iu said Tallahassee November 5. 18& 44 '
February 2S. 1854. 8 6m 8. Beard, chains State. to, by A. B. CLARKE.March cause.M..WHIT SMITH, Saddlery. -

lit Wanted.flAn GLEn Srmxr.s Jan. 9, 1863. 18. 1854. 11 JAMES M. BAKER, Ladle's Saddle Velvet and Plush seat, DR. JOHN P., DUVAI. i

r DRY HIDES for which the highest Mar. Messr BEACH & Ba.owMlSIB.8:'I send for another Tin Attorneys for PUlntiffij. Gents Patent Leather.. Entanl Saddle, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.,
eJUUU ket prie will be paid by bottle of your "Marchisi's Uterine Cajholicon." Copper, and Sheet-Iron _Madison C. H. March 62, (April 1.) 1864. 3mn13 "- M a Spanish "a OFFICE AT.THE COURT HOU8I.
-
October 2g, 1853. 48 8. S. KNIGHT. My wife has been afflicted for eleven years and a variety MANUFACTORY. Tennessee" January 28. J8U. 4 .
of mean ha been resorted to for reMef.but none DENTISTRY. Russet'

44.4. Wanted, was obtained until I received this medicine from you. THE' Subscribers icforra the citizens of Tal- LEWIS gives notice to his M. II Spanish Insolvent Estate Notice. t

1000 DRY OR SALT IIIDES for which the Its influence seemed almost magical; there was a'' and the surrounding country that "DR. and patrons that he has removed Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do, STATE OF FLORIDA )

highest market price.will be paid by manifest improvement from the day it wa taken.- they are now prepared to furnish easUroers his Office to his residence in the Bridle Martingale*, Riding BoVgy. and.CarriageWbipa Madison County. f

2 Ootober J6. 1858. 41' REUt. RUST. A* there are a great many female* b our country with all kinds of ware, wholesale and retail,in their building known a* the Wyatt House adjoining the:' Valisea;Carpet Baga Ac.;teifardwarelnad TOHKH.PATTBBSONea-oiBcio ,4minMisI of

laboring under the affliction for which your medicine line of business. dwelling of Dr.Taylor, where he may be found at all Cutlery; J Hugh Amatroeff._ds astd.having this day:B"

MONROE HOUSE propose a remedy I feel it a duty to recommend it The Sabseribert call tbe attention of tb public to times prepared .to serve those who may need his ser Knive and Forks Pen. and Pocket), -Knivea. Gon inths Probate OffiM'of said County a wntUssof1*"'
to all neb. .
CLOUGI! 8.BEARD. their assortment of Parlor that he believe said estate to ba iosolrot:
Cooking,and WoOs Stores, vices. Hi terms will be Cash;or when called for. gestion .
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Shot Pou4u, Powder Flask and Game '
J. B.MACHI. Bags.Trunk
& Co That all ba'1
Proprietor Central Depot 804 of the latest style all trimmed in It u rtfev,9rdercil persons |
; order at Any references can be given if .
[ well-known hotel having passed from Broadway, New-York. the lowest market Please complete necessary.N. Box.Door and Pad Locks,Cart Steel Spade*and Shovels -I claim against said estate do appear- aM fib the is**
price. '
1'H15 call and examine B. Gold Plate cut to pattern for Dentist and
: a. L hand of Mr. E. P, Moore, uito I Iboseof January 14, 1854. 2 6m before purchasing elsewhere. Also, BrittmU and sent by mail at $1.05 eta dwt. Collin Axes; Cbisela Auger*. Plaaos' Ont-naQs in tbe office aforeaaid authenticated in thai m-
F, ;the new proprietor give notice to Japanned Ware, Lead Sheet Iron Blacksmith' Bellow. Hammers Anvil Stoaka prvecriUd kw.on or before the 7U day oTAqpiU
Pipe Lead.
Zinc
November U 1863. 4ft
5h.4 ,
i 1' the public that be i ia prepared to entertain transient Notice. House-work, Roofing, Fancy Heads Guttering and Dies, Screw-plates, Vice, Hoes Cora SbeOers }.8M.. .ALEXMcDONALP.Feb. .
rorgutten. '
; 4F aod permanent customers with the best the house affords months from date the Pipe* Shop work of description done Leon County lion, Works. Straw Cutters Cast Plow-points and- Sweep. Trace .4,1854.; t 8 4' Judge-of PhfotoL-.,
t. undersigned Executor every
; SIX of Chain &c tc.
and ; ;
at a*reasonable a oost a*the time will admit with
I;'- it.:: : of. The house U well opplid with servants, and last Will and Testament of John Isler,deceased : neatness and despatch. T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Groceries. Bank of Charlestofl
Late of
every convenience to make guest comfortable, and Loon County, will present his final account Octobers 1853. WHITE SLTJSBER. THIS Establishment ia now in full operation. All Sugar TeaaT Coffee. Rice, Beat Pal.Otard Brandy A OENOY at N.. Port Florida. *
and vouchers 40KYLIGHT
: :r' the proprietor will spare no pains to please those whoa and ask for to tbe Judge- Probate for Leon County tf will be attended to with promptness and Old Rye Whiskey, Rectified Whiskey Gin,Knm. A McNAUOfiTiOWIOSB..
4 may Ctror him with their patronage. An excellent a discharge J. 8.ISLER, Executor all work done with neatness and dispatch. I Wine Sherry and Madeira Tohaoco, SnnfT. Ci ra.Candie. January 14.1844. It _

ti .r UIfe Livery stable adjoin tbi HotaL C.A. BRYAN. January 21. 1864. 6m. 8Administrator' $ DAGUERREAK GALLERY, All kind, of work such aa Steam Work Mill Work, : 'and Soap With a'variety of other article '

tn' Tallahassee, January i, J864. I tf OVER BARNARD'S DRUG Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery, too numerous to insert here. P.BBROKAW8LIUTjLULL
t Notice. STORE. Shafting, Pulleys Hanger, Plough! Casting*, Bran Tallahassee, March 18, 1854. 11

PrO.W.IS,Ae. months from date the riTHE subscribers respectfully announce to the La Castings tc.; also, Sugar Kettles of any*uw, kept : ITfiJIPSTALL4EV
tr BBLS. and 20 half bbl* Whiskey, SIX the undersigned Admininlra- J. dies and gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicinity constantly (.n hand. All ,work done in such an ettaolisbmeut Books yLORIIpoblitLa&.bsbastbuilt- ,
40 on estate of Blaik Paper SUtitiery
:: i 5 cask Baono side, Leon County wfll Mary Isler, deceased, late of that) their Gallery w open daily for the reception of will be done by us, with a particular regardto '_' *

'. L 2 do. Bbooldera to the Judge of present Probate his for final Leon account and vouchers visitors, Sundays exeepted. Minktutes taken of all tbe,strength durability of the work. COPYING PRESSES, PRINTING. &c. *-* f t rietor- -.oo -

11 + 40 Bbls. Me* Pork, for a discharge J. 8. ISLER Administrator.County and wk Bizes and styles of the art. Ladies and gentlemeu are Competent Workmen always in readiness, to put up RICH LOUTREL T- fcrmbis ftiend and the
r4: 100 do. Flour, invited to call and examine their specimens.r Engine*, Ac. i ,
January 21, 1864. JUfMBBjflbv:
: J- CutEa---- Whisk.v- ..--.",_ em. 8 .B. Instructions riven Li the- .-rL- and- -all- fclrul.- nf-- Term* will be liberal, and all work dons strictly:for 61 WILLIAM ST., TtXVr YORK CITY. his large Brick Stables,.at the old stand, aDd a ._
r.tThi IOU Bualtela CorV. Lard, Oil etc. for sale by, S DaguerrfcAo materials for sale.: cain,or accepted order op sown business firm m this OU YXRS will consult their inter;by examining prepared to aeexaamodate his friend* and '

J McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Notice. KUHNS BAILEY. place. Liberal prices paid for old. Iron. Copper aDdBrau. D extensive stock, which'we oner at the' LOWEST' Be also has attabsd tG his Stables. a gee1

twa' ..Jlafda 11,1864. 10 SIX month after date, I shall present final February J, 186'8 Jl POSSIBLE PRCE&ACCOUNT Shopl.tfar.l.a-wiB bavedooea"
,
ray ac All letters mutt be addressed to BOOK FACTORY. ''Book mad to ad Car
and vouchers to the Honorable (post paid) Plantaticis wogk4lcess.abosivg.
Judge of Pro
Valmable Land for'Sale. bate Jefferson County, u executor of Paul Ulmer MocEIJ :HOTL.CiPTwMAIr .. J.M.8H4NE4COTallabasJKarcfall.lSM. & JPJ. pattern paged and printed heads, in every tyle" re in the very baftdispatch. MIMW and -with 'proof**_.
oftba. .
Und betoftof to the eatate of Henry quired."AV6,i krgsstock.I hand. Buitable.for .
fl A5Y late of aid County deceased,and ask for 10. ., t *.
a dintiuon 1Iiis .
VM iJ'.r ( 4teMled. &cMt" Miii,4cNJ Rote) liANKS.1N8URJUSCE and otbar
? m/.p htfrfiaU *, by Coinpaiue,ME1- S 11&4t
ucl..uch executor. JOHN Forambar ,
_.; application to either of tb. ULMER. aDd LIIie I U __. -a-
: U CHANTS CowrtvAc also fcr the
i f :!::3 Jefferson County Feb.4,1864.Notice. I ii.Jvp dad'Iai dsoutai >v ; sOV'rnqrRADE. : :
LRTBAOEEzeeutdx Goods.dbpi
and i. .
NORTHrWEST
';: ; of ae O 20'0 CASKS tit.b"nme.War, per acbr.lbc.: ,
K. JAIJf4 t : t Ilift. WRITING PAPERS. 'LetUr 'Note and ,. ,
AOlia aDd for.+ Gap, m..i8J
.
4 1t em JIr.O edk..mid i.
0. H. DcPONT J .. ..- by bmbu 'I '- McNAUGHT A ORMOND.. Ledger Papers,from the beat Milk Jntb.U.& FOR- ;,'._. .Jl.IJ&".

-T.brur U iui:, I I'I -. (lead..t IpBX iwaVukoad having pged tJM services of a he House ha converted take this method of ftDtba&,. "KewpoH March 11, ISM. '10 BIOS PATEUS,TISSUE,DRAWING WR1TINQ, II"II"III.it au it&

.JL, *mn* tnjtortorb6ciuTdWUwaiing! to r*. ..aaUtoreapactfqlly I.. IiI, a ', COLORED,Ao. / \. "" d t" toek .. ThoSa
4 L8NA8H& CO.Medicioes. .*.* **tan PP I.i(.a1.> ** f.c1s) 0 board Mtfetta'B be'ibarf of patIs 't NopsiiisorezpevdI ftttee. I 81'ATIONERT. Fancy and Staple Goods a most 5sOi7 of .ot''

II n.J &0, III histaafty, is, iii &era 01 D moutI.I.--.n or who visit hi boose.spared tnreihrfrNeofoit.able Tb .QlXweeki after data It shall make application to etsi tairfe, nplet a* )f4 n*it, aaveJope.,Cards, lion.Jw *ryvWi ,l'tIIII Gqo i, cy! GiM LM
Aprillt; .rot.lritr may w<|taowv.Llvery O and Pondh gafce.DIARJK8 ., : "r-
.. Wbra ; JPlJ'to ft. :tbeLandWarrs'o.a..Mllaeerof'.P.m.4' laka.'OoM Peas Btaaj Ms" DUney, iiw.f&h4r w %*h ai -ithwaaalveato -
I' :, f17WrLD n ftiasda and pohHo that .''Itl 18M. O U1RES.I Stabi.s-iedy. kept, by" Capt Newman are eon (:4J914 te 40 acrta itwadlarinw '- ,FOR 1864, Time'and'Work .Books, **U .to oaaa. .tmtomaraaiOwdpric -
,
-JhtT hae lJ Tii irooii :'ttiiilliinjil of aoch dwthth. Hotel JE5. E '
si >* :BJLtCtBUR5: V TOWUifJAtt
,interest AdvaDce DouotEx
-' :. ," of Gideon MorHtvGoii VolunU Captain.Way Tsrlloth. U.8, **..

,sad artidaa wiUi>aW*A f jvi i>eranyk4.ot.i%pi* **Hy irsffc* 'Jfeeoflwina aopplH !sir, fS.'W..Nltl: : J.V MooealloDambsr24,186L. ; '- .' "Jl' '. -. tey'*<>iiBpanyttlt..;:havinf been. MailadloflM. _I. : .ru.W" 'Rd ApA IB. 1854. IS '-

_1IIiaU. 'I If I .T '. T ( W ; MEDICAL '.NOTICH from:ftJOnkIL8U1TIL New-York and lost OB the way: bare.: UI I... : :" ... .: ;,NotIc.. .,/. .-.I

'I. -.TalWprt A.I.._. J4 L Jloma i. :OO lIT_ *LA '_ ________.... -_. May 2184:' ; a21i.. toy ?'- BT .BAYnfG.BIDa' A. LLT peyioobsvls'tk"U :'kW1'tilt '

.'$ for Bale. : _1 1 .', JI P DBS.. WM. P. ROBKRT80X '- VJ.VBPPE8 .. i I' 'Dieit Ji 2aqii1aia a9.s' u.Ooaa&
-
:i 1t .. 1" .1M'
.. J 1 fa .Jlaha_, Met associated NGUie' clhn. w.t""tIf 11".fti. iI'

dI t '-1UKEIXgesdTevp.athi.baad 1. I" .- 't ....hand -.t ..:" ."' tbem.".Joaj U..Iwae offer.. SiX..fa.Ia'dst ; i w* applv to$fr u.- .. -. 'CotI' JI. r RIi.wi the tsm. .. '.i, .. ... : IIk

., -. u.rP"' ._ D. W.-Owynn.,Jodf of Pr*aU fcr.Lon ."_IiIs .
,I fC Girl.14 TtanoW" -.,oljja bs.w.lJ,- f } i- a.0ftIee6t tM..e. rarJ.1Wtoa.B'.' County, for Uttera ta.'CIII. tM.81 ." iir. JIa1J ex-.cl wit"promptneaa.
t 11 '
t Ts.sh.crtew e .r, aoe.DiM. Y-9i> ., nq I'U.'I'LIGO. R.rd..scso' Dr. Robertson. It iVn TOTroifo of the Mary ArBaaeao, deceased,)lat-ToTsaJdOato ty.-" : .ji'.LQ JtIL"nti 1'. ;N:1IifPIItfll ; .A Iaitat.45a CIF..

'ArB I i..,18:'. 11 I EpheopmlCburcb.I WM. F. ROBIS N. ,, q" : ..IiI' .Taos.. and JlfIft"/fJd. : Sfarwtwv. ; ;. I- s-.J .b-CSI: -: .. "
AprUl, Iffti 01. D10 ; [ j M la t :f1IU ,
I s/i. i CimJ.. w. urrcs; Ma720,1851,, 20 M Ap'n 8. 1851. Im .H



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