The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00267
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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DR.W. C, WMITAkER, Th LaaA Beyond the Xiftt. Japan Is said to )have lined himself bjjpnm- : t'nrie f "Rousing a Whirlwind-" j Living by Bide- :frj.$I3Though ,

RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, erately laughing, on being told that the Americans Yell-feaimof: finda, more companionable If the commissioner decrees that Cot Sat- the principles of living according ...

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. It was a lovely day. The balmy breathof were governed without a king. person thin :yoarsel;, if proper attention be tie has a fair claim to the services.of Burns, to the'rule of health are among? the plainest and F

his professional services to the crtitens of June wafted the rich fragrance of the summer paid to the individual Yourself will go witi( the authority the law will be sustained, simplest things imaginable, the general practices ( i; .

OfFERS &nd vicinity. Office first door East flowers, while the warbling songsters of :Multum: ia Farro- )rou"wherever yon like, and come away when and the slave will be delivered to his master. of mankind fu this respect, are as complicate -

r p irt otlce building immediately adjoining Dr. the grove chanted sweetest melodies to Crea. Perhaps the briefest personal memoirs ever you please-approve jour jokes, assent to Of this there can be no doubt, for the authorities as human ingenuity can make them.- !

IiiaryHlS54. tor God; and in their most melodious strains, written were the Memoirs of Count Uos- your propositions, and, in short, be in every and citizens generally have already The codes of laws left I by old Parr, are pro. :. '

8 ly vied with all created Nature in rendering topchen," written in ten minutes. We subjoin way agreeable if you only learn and prac- given conclusive evidence 01 their determination bably sufficient for any who feel disposed to '.: ..

A. PERRY AMAKER, praise to the Fountain of all blessings. The a few paragraphs" each of which consti- tice the true art of being on good terms with to support tbe laws. But we can say observe them : "jKeep your head cool by r

olden orb of day was just sinking behind tutes a chapter. yourself. This, however, not so easy as to Col. Suttle, and to his Southern friends temperance,your body warm by exeicue,go to ;. ,:

J11T nPJI&V AT L&W the western wave, and its last lingering rays, My Birth:-On the twelfth day of March, some imagine, who do not often try the exi and backers, that they are rousing a whirlwind bed and rise early, and if inclineu to get ." .. tJ:

TALLAHASSEE: ILL as though loath to leave the scene, still shed 1765,1 emerged from darkness into the light i periment. Yourself, when it catches you in which will sweep away the fugitive fat keep your eyes open and your. mouth 14 !t: ..

":'iy :h 1853: 20 their halo of mellow light upon it, lighting up of day. I was measured, I was weighd, I company with no other person, is apt to bea slave law, and which may result in more momentous shut?, .)"
,- JOHN B. GALBRAITH the arch of heaven, and gilding the fleecy was baptized. I was born without knowing severe critic on your faults and foibles, consequences, that every true patriot Galen the celebrated botanist and eminent .1:1

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT, LAW, clouds with the tints of Paradise. The whole wherefore, and my parents thauked heaven and when you are censured by yourself it i is should deprecate.-Boston Journal I physician says the Practical Edo ater, was a : !it:

scene is one of surpassing loveliness. But, without knowing for what generally the severest and most intolerable! How rousing a whirlwind By the feeble and sickly child. It was with difficulty JJ j
Tallahassee Fl ridt
; kind reader, while your heart is filled with My Education :-1 was taught all sorts species of reproof. It is on this account that simple act of claiming the surrender of thair that he was raised. Many were his illnesses it

"djom'mg tr Office the Senate:up BtnVrc Chamber.in the\ Capitol[Oct.immediately V. 40' praise and love to the bountiful Giver of good of things, and learned all sorts of languages.By you are afrail yourself: and seek any associates 'I. runaways, as provided for by that law ?- J before he arrived at the age of twenty-! ight ,, ;!

go with me and learn to adore his richer dint ofimpudence and quackery 1 sometimes no matter how inferior, whose bold Then clearly the repeal of thu law can have lie then learned that there were certain and ,, :

57 P. HOLLAND, love.Little passed for a savant. My head has become chat may keep yourself from playing the no great terrors for them, since in either case sure rules for preserving health and he observed 9 T -"'" .

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Ella was dying. Pain no longer a library of odd volumes, of which I enaor. Yourself like a jealous friend. they cannot or must not recover their prop them so carefully that he was never :

(Quincy, Flerida, racked her weary limbs. Under the touch of. keep the key. neglected and slighted, it becomes a bore, erty under it. But, supposing the law were again sick,except an occasional feverish complaint H:(LI:

practice iu the Courta of the Middle Cir. the icy hand of death the fever that for days, Jlfv Suffering*.-* w" tnrmADLc1l by masters and toe left even short time 'I yourself" repealed; what then The Constitution re- which arose entirely from his constant *}1

WILL I and ()Jackson aud Frankliu Counties. had been drying the blood in her veins was ; by tailors who made tight dresses for I la tfce1 -ea J J no aetaa'ijr'! cruel j.onaneo m&ioll,2mt binds the North to make the sur exposure; and fatigue ia attending; to the da- if 7

.-OctoWr 23.. 1R52._42_tf rapidly cooling, and the flush was fading from me ; by women by ; ambition ; by self-love ;j- as many find, when youth, health, or wealth! render. How is that to be got rid on J By I ties of his profession. lly strictly following l lff

WILLIAM SCOTT, her check. The dying little one was dear to by useless regrets, and by remembrances. have departed. How important it is then to the process which itself prescribes, or by 1 his own rules, he reached the great age ol" .I'ir!

many hearts; theirs was the grief too deep for Memorable Epochs :-At the ofthirty know thyself," to cultivate thyself, to respect trampling the Constitution under foot* If: one hundred and forty years. In his Treatise f.;.... ,

Ai TUY; 1A"r LAW. utterance, and iu the silence of bitter, tearless I dancing ; at forty age endea-- thyself to love thyself waYmly but rationally. the former, we have nothing to complain of. ou Health! he says, "I beseech all persons -: : rj.

MOXT1CELLO, TLA.July agony, they stood around her dying couch, gave up.. the fair sex ; at fifty my A !sensible self is the best of guides, for few But first catch a fish! then cook it. Boston who shall read this:: work not. to degrade :;: :; '.

-i- 30, 1653. _80_tljan_ for they knew that she was departing. The vors of- to plea opinion e ; at sixty the my trouble regard of commit errors but in broad disregard of its is a large place, and New England is a large themselves to a level with the brutes 1 P r e "'

KltSKIXE & DILWORTJI, father and the mother and the kind physi public and I have now become a true admonitions. It tugs continually at the skirtsof place ; but neither of them is of any great account or the rabble, gratifying their tJoth, or by 1. ,}!

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, cian stood bending over the form of the lovely thinking egotist; which is the same thing men to draw them from their cherished in the aggregate of the nation. New eating and drinking promiscuously whatever -"t1ii.:: .

MOXTIfELLO AMI CiriNCV.JOHV l} child, watching her labored breathing. In sage, or I vices. It holds up shadowy fingers in warning England may vote for a repeal of the Fugitive pleases their palates, or indulging their appo- 4; 't.itit5

EasKiyE, Quiiioy-TV.S. DIL""ORTu1on ceU'). apparent sleep, she had for some time been "Res'J>cclable Principles scandal.:- have never when you go astray, and it sermonizes Slave Law, as she voted almost unanimously of any kind. But whether they understand .. .,t;.

29 silent, and they thought that it might be thus meddled: in marriage or I have never sharply on your sins when they have been against its enactment ; she may: also physic or not, let them consult their l-;;..,
July 23,. Ib53.!: __ she would But suddenly her recommended a cook or a physician ; and committed. Oar United and .,'t.tk
away. oftie! observe
pass nature is twotold. and its vote to repeal the Constitution reason what agrees! and what >. : s
MA1L11X P. lH'er:, L U. )I. DAVIDSO.X blue eyes o]>eued, and a smile of heavenly consequently have never attemped _the life noblest part is the self to which we' refer.It .- States. But as long as a majority of both does not agree ith them ; tlt1ik vrLemen.: ..1 rrthey ; ':

DOBY & DAVIDSON, sweetness rested upon her features. She of any one. stands on the alert to check the excess of Houses of Congress is necessary to repeal a made adhere to the use of such things 5 nf '

ATTOLNV') : : lAY !L7, looked eagerly forward at first, then turningher My Dislike :-I: had a dislike to sots and the animal impulses, and though it becomes law, and two-thirds of all the states to amend as conduce to their health, forbear anything, t '1

QUINCY, FLORIDA. eyes upon her mother's face, said in fops and intriguing women, who made a weaker in the fulfilment outs task by re- the Constitution, it will take something more which by their own experience, they Jiad iu ..

WILL practice in the Middle Circuit of Florida, a sweet "oice-Mother! see the beauti. game of virtue; a disgust of affectation ; pity disappointment, it is rarely so enfeebled tis than all the whirlwinds which the Abolitionists do them hurt: and let them be assured that ..i !! ,. ,:

All busiueas, in eutru tLe Eastern.U.'J to their Couutie care will of West receive Florida.prompt ful country beyond those dark rushing waters. for made up and painted men; an aversionto to be unable to rise up occasionally, sheeted .can raise, aided livahl the men and women by a diligent observation and practice of this 1i t'.."'

aUeuUou"\ Oh! how'beautlful !-What is the name of rats, liquor, metaphysics and rhubarb; anda and pale, like Richard's victim, to overwhelmthe like-minded: by whatever names they may be rule, they may enJoy a good! share of health, :f

December 24,1853. 1BAKEll that country, mother t" terror justice and wild beasts. offender .with bitter reproaches. Study designated, to accomplish their purpose in a and seldom stand iu need of I bysic or phy 9<.!: -: i

I can't see nothing my child, said the Analysis of my Life :-I await death therefore, to be on good terms with yourself constitutional way. Their only chance seemsto sicians." fr.'f to,
& Mel VElt
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mother. fear and without .it is be revolution ". .V .
without impaticne My happiness to truly pleased with be, to efit-Ct"another as they '

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Look there, dear mother," said the child, life has been a bad melodrama on a bad stage, yourself. _ _ ttis'iTra'ofVr'Vucceslfiit pnaHftfJj'tVthan : Mental Adaptation.-:-Wonderfully says Wsions r.i--i )
TALLAHASSEE: AND QUISCY, FLORIDAT71LL pointing again, can you not see it now ?- where I have played the hero, the lover, the Evidence find and b'ecoitiV'aTfedrfHtfcitoalA to Offvy I (! "
in the Middle aud Western Circuits A 'Story of Circumstantial the other, we shall be greatly disappointed. -\1 ;
\ practice See::; now those angry waves dash against nobleman, but never the valet circumstance. It will rise 8111.enor.to the ., .
*V of Florida, auJ in the CouuUed of Decutur aud what Some years ago, I went specially to Clonmell .-JV. Y. Journal of Commerce. ",
those rocks and oh a beautiful strokes of fortune be- in '
country happy adversity
; ,
and }
Here lies in of :
Tbuiiias, Go.BULLING My Epitalh :- hope repose assizes and accidentaly witnessed a trial '.. : .
beyond the sun shines so pleasantly' and in death. The consciousness of .' $
old deceased with old the Ladies :Magazine, serene : .
Ji'lVER an man, an worn shall forget A wretched man TIMES.-In rec
A. N. : which I never OLD
BA.KEK: 1 such beautiful flowers, and the birds titud will not enable it to endure
see out spirit, an exhausted heart, and a used up native of that county, was charged with the m London, March 17b2.::; miUer the evil fl'"
Tullahawc. Quiitcy. sing so sweetly; oh! they are so near me a published but divest misfortune of its terror_I 1..-
January: 7, Ib54.: 1 them body. Ladies and Gentleman, pass on murder of his neighbor. It seemed that an head of" IIoiue News, i is the following: every .;..t%.. ......
-' now, I can almost touch with my hand, existed between them. They are arriving iu the river from Tenderness wi'J yield to an unbondin, firm t.. .
JOSEPH IL DuPOXT, and the people all look so happy there. Oh!! Burke's. Last Days.-Burke had a son he ancient fair and exchanged blows; again 1 Two tw England: both'in ballast, not ness, and the eye in which the tear o emotion (
LAW can you not see beyond "the rh'er-? loved with his whole heart Disease laid his had met at a Boston in of has so often started will disdain: to .
AT papa
; ,ATTliNI Y that evening, they met at a low pot house, having .been able to procure cargoes any weep. r-i '; ;
Tell! me the name of that land. hand upon him, and the father took him to what most durable who remarks the vicissitudes of fortune, ii'lIt :;
lLJINCi.'LOlUlJA., interference of friends alone they had, ( wa ,
: and the bodily though
The parents exchanged glances, and replied Cromwell House at Brompton. Here he kind, for all they and how quickly prosperity may pe saccecjeti ',1.-
f continue to occupy the office: recently O WILL by tUe lale lirm uf C. 11. was vengeance aga have
n.ud to praclTce iu tire uJjuctut CituuUt*of the Middle t I, is it not my child I" : that great man's heart. lie never recovered prisoner!. The wretched ,'ictilllleft the house should the nortuern parts of the American mind, by which it becomes elevated in : i'. !
his rim
tiud Wcsleru", Orcuits. lie will aluu attend the tcruta. Oh, yes, that is its name ; I thought it from it. As we go down the gloomy lane after the prisoner, and was hence that much worse situation than the I triumph, and extracts from adversity its bid ::w,
Marianuo.JwiUa.iv followed by in
'f..ll..l.v..cauJ a
ul the S:)uj>rfiue Coart iu must be heaven Oh, let me go. But how by Cromwell House, we are led to ruminate soon murdered States are southward. Boston was once den jewel. The principle of adaption to every 4
._ .: 7! ]&54.- .__ _1 ___ shalJ I that deep dark river ? Father, those in Burke's letter found next day on the road provinces the which lot of
cross on pathetic passages and his face so barbarously beaten in by a flourishing place in America, and thing can be the man, is a 'ffr.-i! JlIJ,
Floor Matting.A carry me; will you not ? See the angels I to a noble lord, in which he gives way to his he could only be identified by his the most live hundred sail of shipping, good genius which follows him throughout :

surmUOH! Article of 3;, 4:1 and 6-4 Plain and waiting for me on the other side. They are parental grief: The storm has gone over stone that against the employed near and fishing vessels" wliicUwere his being ; and iu works are alike evident- -1-.: '!;-'

beide"scoasting ,
The wero strong
Ba.lv bvlb54. dress. .
fur l' w f
CulcMeJlittiiij ) -
holding out their arms for me. Oh! father, me, and-I I lie like one of those old oaks Besides. the whether: regard his mental or 't ""
April tS, U CiilCIlLOU i IJUOS. \ prisoner; in fact, it was the strongest case of numerous to a degree. you physicalrelations :; oi t} I :
take me in arms, and carry mo across which the late hurricane has scattered about I themselves they to the which + ,
-- -- ---- your I circumstantial evidence ever mot with. As:: a trade which subsided within phenomena encompass -. -t! .'i.
Parasols.VERY the river. 1 must go." me. I am stripped of all my honors; I am form,-of his guilt there was no doubt,-the to America what Holland has been to him ; it is this which gives a zest to his pleasures ;'!1 .r:

A Superior tloct of :Silk aud Cotton Umbrella A solemn awe pervaded ,the room, as if torn up by the roots, and lie prostrate on called on fordefence. He calledto were the carrier for all the other colonies.At a solace to his cares; it gilds for him r i \

.. and I'uravjls, for rale lov bv t'jey stood upou the very verge eternity ; as the earth. I am alone. I have none to prisoner was of om.the mtirdeerd Europe, distillery H entirely at a stand; the sunbeams of the morning, and when I'.
April tI, 11)5-1. 14 OUICULOVV- m os. if the curtain about .to \\ithdrawn enemies in the I greatly deceive the surprise every present their .. (,. .
was meet gate. smoothes the :
____ _n_ __ ___ my I And the murdered man came forward.It their and fur trade, once to considerable :! night approaches for him
that concealed the unknown glories of the eternal myself, io this hard season, I would man. nelfrv their fishing is exceedingly raven dawn darkness till itsmiles." rn I
Oil Cloths. world. peck of refuse wheat for all that is seemed that another man bad been is entirely over ; _ _ 4 t!:... ,'.
SUPERIOR Article: of Figured Oil Cloth, for give a j murderedthat the identification by dress "instead 1 of their vast exports H'( .
A trifling Sure Protection Peach Tree 4 .
My child, will not wait with us a. .called fame or honor in the world. I live I Against A'
Jtlw ( you staves
Flour; uls",aeupciiorarUelecf 6- .Mubogouy for all the of Tipperary of flax tar, pitch, turpentine
Oil Cluth, t-T furuiture, for sale low by little longer," said the father: stronger arms!!, I j in an inverted order. They who ought to was vague, peasantry of clothes-that II hemp, 1irovisknsthe, only thing thatoffered Worms.-A correspondent at Perr. Wyoming ftt' ;
CUICHLOVTA BROS. bear the river. before wear the same description lumber I' county, New York, : father r
Apiil Ii, 151. 14 than mine will soon you across .1 have succeeded me are cone me.1'hey the above sailed, says .
--- -- the presumed victim getting a hint that he at Boston,wheu has and orchards in Indiana.'I'o '
appe -C':
Boots and Shoes. Stay with your mother a little longer.See who should have been to me as pos.' high pr.ce." peach -
arrested under the white Boy act oil which they got a
how she weeps at the thought of losing terity: are in the place of ancestors." Poor would be was preserve the roots of the tree, he is in lhe :$f1. "

A SUPER article of French 1'ump Soled Boots, BUlkeV[ riling to a friend, he said I had fled, and only returned with a noble and Editor of habit putting about half a bushel of the :, :
Low lUU-ut Leather Shoes) with you. found that hi How ENJOV A Kiss.! -Tho '
juaiter : when he TO .
Super Irish feeling justice, stems of tobacco around each tiee. He lays i\\ '
mother do not but withme Mrs.Burke seeks in :
}>road aud arruw Ties, Clolb and Kid Top CJuilcrb; cry, come .. tranquillity prayer I' in on his account'l'he Del.) Herald, who appears -'
ancient foe was jeopardy Wilmington ( around the of the tree
root !
Ladies :ftlintvcte, Uuskiun loud GUI tenior: aie! low by and cross the si ream. Come,father come. We hope he did himself. This is the last. stems on top ?
.' .April b, Ibil. 14 CUIC1ILOW d: liltUS. Angels arc whispering in niy ears ; and I seea and best resource for souls stripped of their case was clear; the prisoner was innocent. to kuow. all about the matter, thus discourses of the ground, once in two years. This (plan :.f..n: (r.
__ __, __ I told the thatitwasunnecesaryo f
u -- foe judge jury has to roots from all lltl- .
being standing upon the other shore who is dearest joys. In communion with the Father about kissing : never faied protect .
Fans. and out his and him that I charge them. They requested permissionto taller than the lady sects, &c.. UTa l...,-cur Yoricr. 5b'vr "'.
smiling upon me, stretching arms spirits, approaching through Of must: be .1 '
hours course you #
of Super Folding,Spanish and returned in about two fe <
ASUPERSt/jck Now he is down into Son with whom he is well the ; retire; they her hand in -
take pleased
ever Take
for kulc low l'v to me. coming the foremanwith a long face banded )on wish to kiss. right Osage i;
_April b, 154. li CRlClIl/W & BROS. the river to carry me across. I must go ; desolate find sympathy, and the wounded when and draw her gently towards you.- the now, TJ T'i.
' him the verdict 'guiltyEvery one was yours Osagc Orange hedges are rage -
her little shoulder
Segars. come with me. And stretching out heart is healed. astonished. Good God! said the judge,' of Pass your left arm over her right since idmost every other plant that has been 'l Pt! ;

: VERY Superior arUcle of Segare!, for sale l y arms for a last embrace, she said-Good Amidst a cloud of domestic sorrow the what is he guilty Not of murder surely)!' diagonally down across her bal';. under her tried has proved a failure nine times out of &. \
A CRlCliLO\V k BKUS. bye, father; good bye, mother. Don't you shade of the great statesman leaves us. 'Hu and her to your bosom. At like ;
lord the foreman but ifhe did left arm press ten, and the one time is not anything I !
said .
__April S. 1654. 14 be afraid. He has come to carry mo safely first days were spent away from his old London 'No,murder my that, sure he stole gray the same time she will throw her head back, safe pei'niament fence. The Osage Uraoge, .;. .'
man, my .
Gold Pens.BAGLEY'S across the river. haunts, and his remains rest in the graveof not three ngo.-Daniel O'Conncll. and you have nothing to do bA to Iran a lit- Boisa'Arc,h in its natural condition a tr.'l. i :. .

Super Gold J' ne, for sale by And these were her last words. Gently his son and brother in the churchyard of mare years tle forward and press 3:oar lips to hers. and as much so as the apple tree. The young :if. :
C1UCULOW d: BROS. did they lay the fair form back again upon Beaconsfield.-Ziarts Herald. done. Don make a noise over .
AND HANGIXC.-Hanging has the thing is hedges, if carefully set and cut back well, f r
April 8. )8I.; 14Perfumery. the jnllow, and kneeling at the bedside, thosegrief.stricken DCELLIXC I .
proved, in one instance at least, a pretty effectual it, as if yoLk were firing percussion caps, or grow to a good f ncc. neglected they soon ';" .i
hearts thanked God for this Remedy for Canccr.-Col. Ussery, of the of the practice of duel trying the water-cocks of a steam engine, or to the natural form of tree, and are .1 .
lesson of love and for of De the editor the ( discouragement grow I : ti
prayed resignation parish Soto informs of hawk
A SUPERIOR dock of KogliJi, French and Ger In the Knickerbocker for April we pounce down upon it like a hungry worthless as a'fcuc It is yet to be proved ) 1
Juuu Oologucfi, Real LuUu'b Kxtracta, Iiiit. do., saying, The Lord gave and the Lord hath Caddo Gazette that he fully tested a remedy ling. this paragraph, forming apart of theEditor's upon an' innocent dove, but gently fold the whether tbe hedge that is well trimmed every 44 j ; ..

Jules Hauci'uhau Lu:>traJe,or Hair Uel'wratie, 1'ha taken away; blessed be the name of the for this troublesome disease, recommended to I find .' damsel'in your arms, without deranging the will! live and a close fence. is f
year I
loa'a Invigorator, Lyou's KatLanon; ,Barr}'..Tricopbcr! Lord. him by a Spanish woman, a native of the duel oV her tippet or ruffle, and by .a Cincinnati 15
&last of to
the used Mr.
")us, witli a greattll" -ty ofeheap I'erlumes, 1'otua- The I.I.Pfhe following account of first economY I by Lengworth, :: t
I uuu, hair Oils, Ox Marrows, Buar'e Oils, Flesh Pow country. remedy is this : Take an elll in;-Illinois, is Iroro Ford's history ofthat State, gentle I pressure upon her mouth re\'ellll the fence his ,vineyards, and keeps out all intru 1 '.
and break
it out
fler! Pink and White, Lilly White, Liquid and Pow UlaJi.-Biigham Young, in this address to pour the white, retaining by S. C. Griggs & Co. sweet blissfulncss of your situation, without ders. The plants are easily grown from the i l" .
tiered Rouge, l' iud. and Wash iSalln, in "' I have fears whatever of Franklin with the yolk as it will Chicago : year
CoiujKiuuds Soaps! ) great &- no long as receive it, stir which duck. should be in {
and last duel was ever roast hot water. They planted nurs- jW
tuudauce, f.fir sale by CRICULO W d t BROS.AprH8.l them until the
office and together the
Pierce from salve is formed stir
excusing me saying
; tho f
in Bell- to
in Illinois. This took place beds in May, and transplanted ljt
I !654._14_ that another man shall' be governor of this a portion of this on sticking plaster, and fought St. Clair county, bctween Alphosno A Man Of Peace.-Nicholas, in his replyto f ery hedge rows next spring.' Cut the shoots off 1 1

Needles.JAMES territory.We apply it to the cancer about twice day. He ville, and William Bennett, two obscure the deputation Friends, at St. Petersburg, cloae to the ground, and set the roots not !h4! 1

SMITH SONS'Superior eedlca, forsali: have not got a territorial government, has tried the remedy twice In his own.family. Stewart The, seconds bad made it up to be a who wished to persuade him of the sinfulness of over. sii inches apart. The soil! of your ;" !
CRICULO BROS.:) and 1 am and will be and no : with complete success. men. disclaims intention on his
governor power duel, to throw ridicule upon Bennett, war, solemnly any Hedge rows must it rich, deep and mellonw.as : ff E

-AI'ril8,1854.. ..--- 14- can hinder it, until the Lord Almighty Cure for Diarrhoea.Various; experiments sham challenging party. Stewart was in the part, of seeking his own aggrandizement, or the are gross feeders, and a ful. r/
says: 'Brigham, you need not be governorany detailed ill left to the luin Turkey. He says he abhors war pant admits other to
From New Vork, per E. RemDlIDgtoD, an exchange, go to prove that secret, but Bennett, his adversary, was grown no plaut grow .
) 10 Cotfec, Uritd Apple, longer and then I am willing to yield to this troublesome disease may Be" effectuallycured it reality. They were to fight with as much as the Society of Friends. What near it to any advantage.( :" -
V>Java Coffee, liei Jiiv Cuauij>aigTC, another I have told you the truth about by the use of strawberry leaves. In oelieve the a were loaded with blank catriders was on his part, pruu.-nt: foresight, has H. .. I I Ill ,.f. .
'- Ottldcu syrup llologua Saunugte, that. the most rifles; guns construed into a designing policy A Dose is A Dose.-The following accounts '
as ,
Citron, (,...ben Butter, severe cases, and alter other well and Bennett, somewhat suspecting a been unfairly
Curruult Cider Viuegar, The Mormon manner in electing a delegateto tried remedies have failed, a tea of strawberry ;;rolled a ball into his gun, without tileknowledge and ambitious desire of conquest. '1'bihas ,* of very remarkable effect produced by ; },

AlmouJa, \fli\K Wiu Vioegar' Congress.is to say the least o! it, quite unique. leaves has checked the disease in [fa few trick, of the seconds, or of tbe other : decp'v' wounded his feelings and afflicted electrcity, we copy Oa the Courier dl 1. :

New EosUnd: and A Rum lean, Young, as presiding Elder, is preaching hours, and restored the patient to health.- The word to fire was given,and Stew- his heart. lIe will not attack, but will con Europ -' .
Cojniac mei
Uadcira, TJjerry, J'oi and CUrct Wine when he says: ,, For light attacks, instead of calling a pby. part fell, mortally wounded. Bennett made tinue to act on the defensiv and as a Christian employed in one of the telegraph $' -1
lJuUauJ and American Gin. It came into my mind when brother siciau, let the patient eat a few green leavesof art but two years afterward he was he is ready to comply with the precepts offices in France, aecidently brought :>,i .

ALSO, from New Oi leans, Bernhiscl! was speaking, and the same thing the strawberry plant and cure themselves. bU escape in; Arkansas, brought back to the of religion." As a man of peace, the Czar his arm iu contact with rae of the wires r .(

20 Hlids.Side* and Shoulders, strikes me now, viz ; inasmuch as he does Cure for Corn*. Mr. arrested indicted tried ar.d convicted nmider.>r. has certainly been most singularly aggressive :. while the electric current was passing trough i :
8 do Beat Brown Sugar, first rate as oui- delegate in Washington, I of has Cooper in his "Dic. State, made to procure his pardonbut and his Christian intentions may be inferred it. So violent was te.du c., that was ;

J 00 Bbl. Extra and Suptrtine Flour, was going to move that we lend him next i tionary Surgery, the following in- A great effort was would yield to no entreaties from the size of his invading army.A raised from his chair with great ;rt"Ht r

:!5 do Rebofled Syrup, season, though it is the Sabbath day. : fallible cure for corns : Take two ounces of Governer Bond Bennett suffered the force through open window into the adjoining t{ .1."C
25 do Rectified WhL key: I understand gum ammoniac, two ounces of yellow io his favor, and a
these and other wax, Leo recovered l :
things & as Breraer in senses .
in the Thought.- garden. \ b hi {
hanging, presenceof Beautiful
Jo Lard drachms of
l>> people We Mo'rmeos"'e and six verdigris; melt them to- penalty of the law by
: 10 CaaLs!; Carolina Rice, say, are do and spread the multitude ofpeople. Ibis u-asthe .one of her admirable works, saysOh, he had no recoleton of what hp. -
BJXW things that are necessary to be done when gether, composition on soft great the State the world much pened and of by a
2 Tongues, fought in by goodness! There is in so convince
leather much lastduel ever IHII
t : (10 Macearoni. the time comes for us to do them. If we ; cut away as of the corn as you first and of Bennett much ingenuity, prudence, with finding that his hair and were .

6) do Star Candle, wish to make political speeches, and it is can, then apply the plaster, and renew it- any of its citizens. The hanging and unpopular talent, so artistical perfection-but goodnesspure -II previously of a beautiful beam bad become '
: & M Best Sittuub Segars. for the best interests every fortnight the corn is made duelling discreditablo genius,
Fouaie necessary and kingdom for that abhorrence o'ithepnacticO simple, divine goodness: Where is it! in various places as ickilea .usoth. I ;
by BHRRY A EOWLES. foandation ,
_.A. U_, 18M.. _15 of God, to make them on the Sabbath, we do Our.Crop, Bet-It is truly! gratifying to and laid the which has ever since been 'felt to be found? Balder dead. The good is'. devolves on men of science t explain it tl
Kimball has
it. Brother seconded the motion in d.
find that our planters will be well of IllinoiL" dead. Wherefore do all beings shed so many phenomenon, which will an epoch ig
Fresh Groceries. remueratod
that Dr. Bernhisel be Bent back to W uhingr by the citisens
It would not be so goodness the history electricity. It
E for their labor this season. The cold bitter tears. ;
of last
\\T are Do reeeiYing i ; from New Orleaw, pe ton as our delegate : all who are' in .favor of Rev. Mr. PERRY, earth. Yet if would -_
nowerful on you
the the I
tt.t-aQl; month of
: r tuited injured cotton in WAre
Suut > young some pU. "rbree daughters mid
lot of Flax
a Urge handMore than Colon versus
it raise right two beloved le'XO '
Clear liseun Sides your ces, yet by immediately re-planting preacher, near Harrodsburg, Ky., know'why some people are more I
Kibd ., .. thousand hand were at once seen above the have fair Corn banded death by the ex- than others while they live, are' more lamen- cellent and fOp ha bn IBU-

Star Cured IlatWL, heads of the congregation.] "It is all right.I better a prospect.old never.and looked ..:recently : containing camphene.- ted and missed when they go hence, the an- factared from con rp i well .
I'laiu .. says an planter I doubt osUra of-a can I for and
would never call for an opposite vote. 1 I 19 17 9 is is they were so good. adapted ig rgin
}oio.l blioulders. whether much will be required next season." The were aged respectively years. swer which given ( fact aPg
Mess IWk will try it however [Not a single hand The sugar cane at Manatee has never been It one of them: held a lighted. lamp, That they more than others, approached the may b esmatd best qualitiesofILusaian, _
appears found
I'tinusChoice was raised in opposition.] since have eamphene into it from original ofthat life which vanished with the lpriorto _
they opened that
equalled, part of another poured French hemp. The, price will
Sugars, By some of that which shall return .
TcVn half gallon. .
the informs age
country. us that all containing than
about centless
South> Carolina Rice, Laughing.-A'hearty laugh occasionally is covering earth." also be twenty pet ,
SiSsit and exploded, with it to
"\\"catem Cora the planters are highly pleased with their caught fire hempen The cotton canvass, ,
of wisdom it shakes the cob-webs oat immediate that _
act ; 5 in
an ropl
44 Oat, cane, and that a larger amount of Sugar SSi and the ,whole roc m is ton than the _
Dee Toooel, 01 a man's braioi,'and he hypochondria from young will be made, than previous and saturates their clothes with the OT: : Th credit that i is got by a lie only it.seems, cCn cheaper .
than'either cham- any year.- lilize, 1 truth out. linen or flaxen fabric.
Lemons, de.:: his ribs,far more effectually Tampa (Fla.) llcr ld. combustible fluid. its till the comes -, -

M.T 20, It m.0 JIODGKISS & SCOTT. (lap or blue rills. Due of the Emperors 01 "t' .. ..

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L-L J iT County.
In the Foff.
of the
from East Florida. Islands. Iu comparison the permanency the The Washington correspondent of the renntylvan- 'Aft meeelinj of the Democratic party of Walt, .
? Interesting letter at the upper point cannot be questioned. The Central Whig Organ, seeming to bem *

P.. mt5 ( Ex-Governor MOSELCY M been dr MTerol months Any concentration of the current higher up the River dark as to the present whereabouts of the Whig Par ian occasionally furnishes a ketch" ofsomcoftbmany County, at Ucheeanna' on the 3d dajrpf ,, ijj.Oo .

a resident upon the St Johns River in Kant Florida. could Lave but little influence on the rapidity of suggest a gathering of the Florida clans that distinguished members of the present Congress. motion Dr. D. W. McCRANIE..tra called to tle*

"rJ the current because as it approaches the bar ty, Chair and Daniel 0. Mc LIOD .
Sb --- --- The following interesting letter from Lira will show present narrows Itself and stopping noses may be counted and an observation bad. We After illustrating the old saying that appearance are Esq, was appomt J
the stream gradually ,
wfmi. :. TALLAHASSEE : that he finds the East no less,attractive than the Middle the South channel, all the water due in that direction quote[ from the organ of Tuesday last- often deceptive he thus sketches the well! known Alexander Secretary. "

_- ._ the main There U. of Georgia : The Chair briefly stated the object of the ffi
We have seen, within a day or two, eome Sped would be transferred to passage out. WHERE ARE WE? Stephens tljijf*
June 17 1851.TKRM9. the St Johns. can be no question JIB to the importance of the successful And vet this ungainly looking individual-with On motion the nomination of a candidate
Saturday of the fruits which rtpr.
menu grow upon moment and
t !Pt; ; termination of the project Not only East Let u as the sailors say, pause a head and"face constructed contrary to all rules of this in the Home of
SAVAOK sent County Representatrrt .
-. exhibited to J. P. K. Esq. and where we ,
us by see
.s They Were Florida, but all Florida would be tlie gainers. Only begin to bring up our dead reckoning and considered by many

rffpl; .-Three TMiar per annum if paid in who baa just returned from a trip Eastward, and by give us water enough t and the qti. stion would be fettled are." The declaration is constantly being" wrung into physiognomy the ablest member phrenology of the House and of a House, to-, the next General Assembly of the State of
$3 50 if paid within nix monU.s) of the time received. RailRoads our cars that the Whig Party is no. more We have was postponed until the second Saturday fa
; whoee hands Gov. ?I' > esteemed letter was as to the terminus in the East of any and all that can boast of some of the best minds of the coun July
UT subscribing :ar.d 4 00 at the cull of the year. Ad- full of prodigious sire Canal, te, that may now be in contemplation. fur some time past, been fully impressed with the belief Mr. Stephens is slightly above the medium next
The fruits were ripe Oranges try.
: tertiwMnents, One Dollar persquareof 12 lines for first, Lemons, I hope sir, you will excuse this hurried letter the snggcbtiona that it was in a very sickly state. In fact recent height an-! painfully thin in appenrace. HIS head i* On motion the following named gentlemen
kv and fifty Cents For nil MiWquenl insertions. Annonnivmnl8 fresh plucked! fn>m the treeCittonseUortTOUS) preceding are offered as my individual opinion developments have l>eca received by some wiser thaw small and flat his f.rchead low and partially covered

? : '. of candidates. Five Dollars eael&.071r(7yR not quite ripe, and Limes, Such iamplrs of what our not having seen any reports on thin subject, at all we, as furnishing the most conclusive evidence of with straight; black, lustre-lacking hair ; anti hits appointed to nominate suitable persons as
to \* paid in advance. Ileliffious, Obituary andMarliasrc beloved State is capable of producing if exhibited iu according with me, and feeling a diffideucu hi advancing its final dissolution. If indeed the Vote ou the Neironka cheeks thin, wrinkled, and of parchment texture. His to represent this County iii the next Democratic; State

l. Notices not exceeding 12 line* will he publifhedprali accelerate them to individual.Interesting bill is to be received as a true test of Whig' Convention, to wit Alexander Anderson
the older States, would certainly tend to even a private walk, his features, hi.s figure, bespeak great physical : Jformir.McQtiagge .
.. of the pu1B'iatinofcs.s4i'hP Orthodoxy, then there is no Whig Party at the North. S
*. rsrNoo.Mtificates borders- _- 5; emaciation. You look in vain ft-r some outward manifestation N. C. Monroe John CampbeH?
within ,
and nwell the tide of emigration our .an fault from
. : Ute or legnl notices of any description will be given four memory not at not a single Whig intellect I
Mexico. of that towering, commanding
antil the adrtrtiiitig fee is paid. Florida is indeed the Land of Promise," for iu no from the free States voted for that Measure. Without a McCaskill: the committee J ''rtJf tadiJter
,which has held the talent of the whole Colin t.
Orleans! on congregated i
Tha New
do attractions steamship Orizaba olitnry exception, so far n we are informed (the short absence returned and tlie
other part of this happy confederacy *o many sia'll-bouiul for hours. It is not in the eye. for it is | UU p-
vU lint wilh dates from the city of Mexico to tlie5th whole whig ess at the North made war against it. try |
present themselves. Whatsoever the heart Monday pi dull and heavy. It is not in the face for it ismennirijjless. name for the consideration rf the meeting, tig: ytMcPherson. \\\
It is They tell us in the most unplmtic language that (tlienssage
J lick dutires, her generous soil yields. But to the letter: inst. The news is highly interesting. repOrted > of that infamous bill," wrote out in charuc- U N not in the voice, for it i.hrill and chirp!: ; Dr. D. W. McCranfe, James D. ClaryNaac ,
that the Gai'sden bus not been accepted by but still ferl convinced that the feeble! tottering
: Treaty y'iiii ,
PALATKA, FLA, June 9!, 1854.MY (ers as legible as the noon day sun, the final divorep head brainin Welch. N. J. McKinnon, Alexander HcRae, tj.
beforr is all brain brain iu the ,
wilL some being ton -
.ji' A meeting of the Democrats of the I DEAR SIR :-Since I have been in this division Santa Anna, but relumed WasLuigtou between the two seetifis. Nay unite, they swear a-* tl.i arms, brain in the legs, brnin in the l>ody-that ware Bed.-ae.! and N. P. Campbell ; which uoourmtiwu
amendments. enihly as did Unele Toby's Arm* in Hinders, that'
*. of the State I Lave availed favorable (the whole man is charged and ur-charged with the were confirmed hy the meeting.
: County of Leon is requested at the myself every The ILh lobe celebrated as Santa Anna'sbiith he disgrace shsll Uwip ii out from the statute look.
was electricity of intellect-that a touch would bring forth Dr. D. W. McCranie otfereJ the
following resolutions
opportunity to become acquainted with its resources, would 'oied iu their factious effoits to defeat the jasage of'he
Tullaliasfcc on SATURDAY and it currently retried Ihat he the ditine *
House in spatk.
Court day, was
and now have the pleasure to assure that as an t bill in thy lt.itie, they gi''ve notice that t they np ( to-wit :
.TCXE 24 for the appointment you on that dny declare himself } ulpert'r. peal from tho decniuu u1 t Congreas to the iiu-.ii.i., (Cnrit; ; Smith is sketched and framed after this fashion -
Agricultural, Grating, Fruit and Vegetable countty, I 1. Hesotvd, That we, the Democrats of Walt
S Nothing further iu icgard to Alvarez. where agitation i.s to l he leopeneil, and every man :

ii1J1 .. of J )Mcgntcs lo the Slate Congressional know none in the South that presents a fairer field for ilr. Gadsdcn arrived at Vera Cruz on the 31st, and from the free States, who dated as a matter of even Mi. Smith is generally admitted to be most attractive County adhere most unflinchingly t the true principle

Convention to be held at MndiKUI tiK-ccssful speculation, yr a more desirable home for was received with honorable attention. He proceeded landed justice to the South, t to vote 1 for that 1 hill I is to bpeaktrin the House. As you look upon hi' s.f Democracy as expounded by Jefferson and o/V

'L'I : emigrants from' the old States than that portion of x hunted down and branded as a traitor to freedom. tall conmiaudiii' form-his broad, expansile forehead ers, arid endorsed by the Democratic National Conventioii .
1'r't and deemed l the meeting lulv.giible Lnmedmtcly: for the capital. In
: by future, tell that
Florida Mtuate East of the Suwannt-e, including the they us the motto insbibed on -hi.s lipen.| honest countenance ; n.s you watrh his ; held in the city of Baltimore in June iSt2.t. .

Ar.t.t at that time, aUo for the selection vutiie Peninsula. Tliis division alone, is larger in The British ship Challenge arrived at Guyamus on their baxners shah be rej al-the repeal of all comroniiees soft, winning tiiile, and see his mild eye kind with 2. lle olttd. That" we do concur fully and entirely
> gerlilllieal with 380 > the Fugive Slave Law ineluded.
el. the '.4th of May. from San Francisco, passengers | They emotion, but only emotion of the and better
pj.i ; &sfa.cgis1thv': ticket to be supported o extent than the State of Ohio. lh-re may mostly Frenchmen, recently enlisted by the threatened to repeal this law iu '50 and '61 l, and (lie kind ; and as yoii'listrn to the full,purer round tones of a ;n the principle intervention as embraced in the

le cultivated most of (the of the whole South told them to do it at their peril. Let bill which has recently passed our National Legislature
in the coining election. A full j I tucctssully products Mexican Consul, under the approbation| of the FrwichConsul. them dare matchless Y.041 ST clling nnd swelling with the tide
? 5-r tropics. Here, too, arc the toil nud the climate adapted in consvquencc to repeal or i essentially modify that of feeling from an overflowing heart, von feel assured -known as the Nebraska-Kansas B111aA being
attendance i i' cavne&tlv invited. Much excitement exists at Guyamus law anil they would strike a cord that would at
once (lint tlie man befoie can have no lot nor part with the safe of Government with
to the cultivation @f long staple Cot ton, Sugar aodTvlmcco. vibrate through the whole South you only policy our regard
ifk. of the commander: of the English brig-of-war and unite her
) and
DEMOCRATS. people such nn'-creanU as Sumner, Guiding, Phillipp.
Iu the
the constitutional of the States formation
There Groves iu l( rights -
me haps more Oiange as one man defence of their Hut
poi Walker's just rights.
JiiJo hating released: live prisoners of expeIdition Parker. He may l be the unwavering opponent of
i.IstIrV 5-5- -5 5- -5------- -_ on the St. Johns and its tributaries than in all of the board the English ship Mhtlieit, who were they not only threaten us with the repeal uf that law, slavery ; but you know that he belongs not to the of Territorial Governments.

The Meeting Next Saturday. other Soutlu-m State Thi vast region of cjumtry, ou ibsatlai but to erect a brass wall between" the free and slave murdering abolition mob of Boston. While the Sum- 3. AVWrrtThat we yield our most hearty and
under Mexican to btat-a. No
being transported a guard more comi>ron> with the slave
: 44 The IVmociaey of Leon, one and all, should bear much of which is still in Nature's rich drrs is iuttr- f.r lii-.l 5- Such is not only the language.8 ol Seward, Greely pow.r.& tiers, S wards, and Giddincjses of Congress are ohun- cordial support to the Administration of Franklin
ned their fellow-members, as beings utterly unworthy
Li : & in mind the meeting at the Court House next Satur j soctod fur nu
.w'S !l. day. Imnoilant work is to be carved out thus makIW Johns, tin j kaliciilty m inland sea, or the most inag- becti formally reed vt tI. up should in the strong tide of free-s >ilism.'e the respect and even good will of all." 4. llctolvrd. That, we appoint eight delegates to
therefore' in view of the .
: iog it necessary that the people i-hould! be t n baud niticent liter I have ever scen. It is now navigated A lieiiu-iidous hurricane took place in the city o lairs, like, to bee the Whig Party nrei of'Florida ent ndrxrt' etai rr .f. The corrcspotufcnt of the New York Express says : .he State Convention to be held at Madison Court

.. Iud tate part in the procredings. It is earnestly L by bta ti-iinieis. us far nt Palatkn, and by tiuuller Mexico on the 1'Jth. doing c,n &idcrable damage; also consult together for the purtwse'of taking an ob
iKf )liojKd that there will be a general turn out, preparatory bouts of some two or three hundred tone burthen as a destructive huriieanw wine time at San ieuis PotoniSe It i is time for us to know on what ground we euloghun upon Gertie Smith to-day in the course of purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate to rep

XI* ** to the stirring campaigti ahead. If a Legislative far as Lake Monroe, two hundred and twenty miles executed at Guadalajara stand. True t<' our principles-tnie to th< whole his remarks upon the New York Hard Manifesto.He .- resent the State of Florida in the next Congress of the
en highwaymen wuc country, it behooves lo know who him cordial invitation to kit and *
us friends Virginia
are our a
kvisr' ticket i 5i to be madi upnt the meeting, there ought to from its outlet to the ocean. From this place, (Pulatka arid gave Uniled States.
on the loth.P.II who our enemies. even to discuss there Ihe subject of slavery. On the

be a large representation from the various prccincUif ,) to the Gulf, near Cedar Keythe d stance is only res the Minuter of Finance hn rc igt'd on RC- The proposition here made, when rightly! interpreted conclusion; of (;ov. Smith's complimentary notice of 5. Resolved, That we do hereby instruct and request -

: the (Vrunty to ll* end that names aeceptjtblc t tltR to about eighty or ninety miles, over a country so level, | count of sickness. Alcock, Miniter of War, was hing is simply for UM getting together of Whig Convention Mr Gerrit Smith, Mr. Clinsman of North Carolina, said Delegates to east their votes for the re-

r.ll be presented and agreed upon. Tliis is the nnd BO v.e.11 supplied with superior timber, that it : warmly shook the latter gentleman by the hand, and nomination of the Hun. Augustus E. Maxwell, and
may at the jxunt of dith.: -a matter with which no Den.ocrat has any assured him that he concurred with all the gentleman
S anti stud ti would Bvcm, that Nature had prepaied it for a railroad should they fail ia effecting this, to vote f>r some man
t licsl' to ensure unanimity a long a oiig Raffel
''pS 4 way Among the pa'etigi.t-s by (this arrival is particular right to interfere. Nevertheless cannot from Virginia had raid. If Gerrit Smith is not on his

:." .4-t: pull at the polls' on election day.Florida.. route, connecting the water of the Gulf and Atlantic. bearer of despatches to Almonte, at \ iL5L1flgttl.5 abstain from expressing the conviction, shared iu we''| guird. I am afraid he will l I.e seduced from his allegiI -! known to be sound in the Democratic faith, and list

The only doubt that 1 have ever heard expressed I to the cause in which he has been long enll.ted. we pledge ourselves to use all means consistent with
-- are sure by honest Whims', that far the wisest
as to the practicability of this route h a* to the He is evidently a great favorite with the Southern honor to secure the election of said nominee.C. -
. "p. Crops- cour-e for the opposition to pursue, uototiy in Florida members account of his and
bearing j
aIqa >n gentlemanly
The InhnVitanrs of Middle Florida are irmVIns! sad want of water at the bar auflieivut for the admission lit t s'-. The The indicatinm at prc.ont are that a most bountifulcrop but the whole South, would be to unite at once cordially I the originality and novelty of his oiuuius. He is n [
of 4
4 I complaints of the ununial scarci'y pmicions. of etearaera. So far as that bean obstacle tion together with these resolutions, be forwarded to
era may abstractionists than old Mr. the
Wakulla. New ort Times ljoat that the net-omit* is to reward the toils of the faimH of Fl ndain and heartily with the Democracy No observant !, greater Tazewell. or j
,.. .. ( |> ) the Slate (to iu buccesr-ful navigation, I am authorised by the late Dr. Cooper, or Mr. Calhoun, and never addresses l the Floridian & Journal with a request that they le
Ie 'I from the growing crops in the i'l'ciiorf the coming harvest. Not fur years has the corn Whig can deiy fiat it is to the Democratic Party -
i' ? the
) Howe without the cloict: attention.
L.fIIIeS facts itiii.nk that sea-steamers of about six hundred published.
f..od to -
.b1-.vr.r. urccheering but what ii* to In d.ftie for Leen ..., In addition lo this, North and South
; crop promising as now. now hapju'ly purged of its Butler While Messis. sumner Cha-e, b'eward and Giddings,
,: arrive at maturity That journal: states that (tons buithcn, now arrive here tri-weekly, and Which Resolutions were Unanimously adopted. *
I fiom New Orlewn had a great df-al more has been planted the present season adjuncts by the tame bill which caused the Northern are regaided with great aversion by the Southern: dtlegatiios -
neat brcadstnffs, Ac., or.lere-1 with great rigularityheaily( fr&.ightedfromChailes-) I in both Mr. Smith whoiaw The meeting then on motion adjourned.D. .
been received of au insufficiency than usual, and the consequence will be overflowing Whigs to coalesce with tire Abolrtioniats. aid to that Houses. wore
not couseqnencc and Savanuah and with the aid of the Goxernmcut ultra almlitionist than either of (him, is caressed and W. McRANIE, Chairman.
ton -
&: &; tif vessel* to supplv the universal demand. A vosel I cribs and low prices for bread niatcu hil. Thus wniwoni party alone, that the frie>uU <>f "gi't and justice in all
admired. inconcNtcney
I The for this
:; nnihions but titet were of a few hundred thoubandi'migifit'aiW"lo'Vel'ak"a ..... reason singular apparent D. G. McLtOD, Secretary.
4P4 lately at t rived witlialttad of. c by au expenditure I .. !-> l--- t- J- J A omifug nnious sections have to look for the preservation of Southern is to be found, I conceive, in the belief that -

I,:II rfl many applicants t iat, bad the entile cargo Ken ( and because of the scarcity and Ugh juice of (lie "staff cqnality in the Union. None Mr. Smith is abolitionist from moral and S
t Fort George, (some forty save Norlhc-n Demo-| an religious
The of the New York
jD ivi MM AtRTr> itiprfryVir t>nc day. Many wag Washington correspondent
4j, oflifmay now safely fur Planters I convictions the others, from motives and ha-
miles prepare moviug. Crate voted for the bill iu political
k\ distance the higher the ,) for sea steamers of tini eitber'branch of
' c>ns from n long in country were obliged up ecc- will Ix to rid Congress, trc.. to the South. Smith discusses the subject of ;S Courier tL Enquireririliinz on the 3d, speaks of tLe
glad their
- 4t tu return empty, and what is worse, with the P19)eet and and probably of the first class. In regard to the get ( tuiphuconi a and upon none others can we now rely to assist iuTe-f slavery in the t'pii it of philanthropist and a Christian | movement of tLe anti i Nebraska WLigs towards forming
corn-crib aud buioke-hou-c when trifle, compared with what the aitiole has sold
;. if finding an empty obstructions at the bar, I bad the j jleasuic l on yesterday bame taitinig the law as one of the etalutcs of the land.- -;-they, in the spirit of demagogues and greedy aspirants a Sectional parly. He -
;': ((.iey g il home. to receive a private letter from a friend whose at the jTcsent arid former years. As to the cotton This being the case, why should not men of all par- for power and place. W. The meeting yesterday, took into consideration the

.:. ;, What a confession from r. Slate whose soil is of almost crop, we can only gay that it promises equally well. tics in
4 mean of information on that Buhjcct arc probably (the outh affiliate and make common cau'e address to be issued as a protest against the repeal of

: unequalled fertility, and capable of feeding! the mot e full than thobe of any other gentleman in the But it 1 is altogether( too caily in the day to speculate with this sound Northern Democracy, nnd thus pre The Coopcrtown (N. Y.) Journal teams from undoubted the Missouri Compromise. The importance of a Union -

': Voild with its .-Clia.Veicuiy.We about a product so liable to drawl. rs.| We authority that the Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson I with the auti-Nebraska Democrats admitted,
may sent to the
? j State. When I add that his sound son'e ard Practical common enemy a Party impregnable in I

. are ijtte j cure thai a latitude has been giv< !'i t tn j knowledge entitle his opinion to the LigWt rei safely icrnaik, however, "tl.nt if there i i- not too much numbers and principle Another motive for this U. S ;was dendrdly opposed ro that clause in the Nebraska I, arid to form it was an greed inviolable that protective no exertion league should against be spared time

the remorVsof the epa't on lbi>strict which I hazard lain or too much sun ; ?_/ there is no cutter pillar, arid i is be found 'bill which repealed the Missouri compromise. I
,* : 4, .LS pAPer i f-pcct, nothing in remni king that, uotwiMi.t nion to in the jK-sition of the Northern Democratic sy tetrt r-f agitation anti aggression now commenced

* :'7ifli: the editor never deigned and which the facts do not htaixling the ic-poitsof scieutific men to the utrarv, j uo tit-mi, and a Kite fiost, thp) lurge crop of cotton PrcMs. While the Whig Press speaks but one I j by iKiujjla-v Pierce, and the incendiary crew which
A late letter (that the health of the Marquis de
housed Florida i says those accidental leaders Lave around them.
4 Id. p-'. varrnnt, Florida at this time is in no worse condition) I with duo dt-ftrtuco to their judgments and attainments ever ill may be counted ou probablv. voice, and that voice breathes nothing the S gathered
' S ri r- save j Turgot, whit, was woumlcd iu the duel w ith Mr. Soule 1 Measures were alSo adopted to form cc-operative sit -

;. ",.-->* .i: 1 dative to prov'.bioiis than IIT teigI'lJnrs.l Owing to j in Bcieuce, I must be permitted to assure you that I ag.rntt (the South, the Democratic Press is I i is perfectly re-e -tabli>rHil. Hb gave a diplomatic t tociatiops in each of the free States with the object

I the drought last year ths cc-rn .op was tncastrably a heaitily coincide with my esteemed corresjinndcnt iuj nearly a unit (the other way. This i is strikingly the invited. At of tilling up Kansas and Nebraska with free settlers.
S 5I : Florida Conference'Wo dinner lately, but Mr. Smile was not a
t ,:. '. :.. failure, rsfs well known, not only in Flotida but in I j his views io regard to the improvements in question. casein Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Hampshire- a dininT given by Lord Howden. however, at which

: nearly or quite nil the Southern Stales, raid consequently I take the tibet ty of furnishing yon extracts from his see-Jt Plated in the Christian Advocate, pub-- chusttts. New Jersey, llljode Wand, Vermont, and mall of distinction Mr Soule THE JAFAV ErraijiTIoN-We Lave every reason lobie

fife; laigt impoitatious of that article have to be letter w hkh you can use au jou may think projier hihed at Charleston, that the jilace of holding the the North-western States. The f.ict here prt-se'i- I twnuty persons the pumber. were present, e, ?..ivth > Wo.-LDjtou; Star that ticneffy! (

made from New Oilcans. But in 'instance has the next Animal Conference uo ted
with the remaik, however. i hat this is done withoct M gratifying in it elf, furnishes a reason ft* be-
: the elemr.nd. It i is I from Jacksonville to Madi on d>uit Jlonie. BishojiC The Mobile Tribune denies (that the yellow fever Ferry's Japan expedition Las met with BBCces -
; ; been to true nt lievin
4- supply trtcqual i his knowledge, the letter being private, and written that the South united wi u the reliable mate
* / : is tu preside. Time of & prevails in that Jity, and adds, we have never heard is correct. It is said ia naval circles here tkrt
'wVtlv one time, and *-n< only, sitce the season eel in, the j without tie moot remote idea that it would evr fiudj iiis holding, January rial of the North, a Party will I* found able to dispute "

{ >:b ': >?- re5di lutihing to t. Marks from New Orleans were j Ai way into a piillic joijrnal. 1 think I may with S sueccsfuhIy< the possession of the Government of a case here lefore July. private lelleis from genllomeu eojjsujed it> the expedition -

blind f all the ordered and it Tlie baric Gem of the Sea, arrived at New York, Lave detailed fic(3 which led to the eonclusioath.it
\rnabl > with the Abolitionist In this
riHim r eight
.- :. > p: piiety add, that within a few years, whu this vast Indiana- convection, we cannot
; ; : this failure thr.l the 7ns hail refer I refrain from the fioiii New Orlean reports having been chafed foi the result could hardly be otherwise than as &nnouneed -
I t :: .,. ; was to solitary ; txnt \vildeuicss boidering on the St. Join*, challI The Democracy of Indiana met in conrcnton on quoting following extract a private
b tlie to '.ljichi pudi wide circulation letter the editor thr vi.\r.l'-v- cncein paragraph I bait been Liought into cultivation, (which will i.u.Ft the tilth ult, and nominated the lolloping gentlunu-u to writteji by a gentleman) I
r.. : i.: iTnr.: -But there is another feature in this u Union" in 1S50 and with inen.H that (Joverumeut.though keeping that impression totbernslvcs
p been given. ; certainly be the case,) having no other outlet to the for State &oflicer : For Secretary State, Neheuiidhi TOS a man who has BIIICC lut

,Slz matter which ehouldnofbe ovcil-toVed. Tho quantity I; ocean than this river, the Government will not hesitate i I Haydi'i! of liush ; state auditor, Jolm P. Dunn, oflrry nune of his attachment to the cause; H estimated that the grain now growing in (the Lave for the last three mouths been sal-

.. nf previsions reaching our Gulf |
t' .: is not to be taken ?' a criterion by which judge of I HU rm the i"urs presented cent more than the crops did laot year. would be quite as satisfactory as could reasonably b.

: : the demand in Floiir consideration, hy the Nebraska Bill. Ant! why slunjld South- I Vn' r hundred ami fifti en persons are reported to I Npt'cteJ.The .

;- I &9 Il Georgia, where the provision crop was equally conclusion, be it tememhered that 7 have no real but there was little difference ef opinu-n us to this urn Whig s and D' mocrats quarrel I Are thvre army S have died in N.svirk last week, of win* n two fishery and C'uiIa.litsi Jttciproeily negotiatioiis -

-.i;::; sboit, obtain their fupplie* through St. Marks and '; estate, either on the Gulf, Atlantic or the intenncdi- matter. It was propeily con-idm-d] zus a settled qnes.tiou points which d title! us! If tiot. should! ir t every effort i hundred anti twenty seven were natives of this it is announced (says the Bait. American) bars

--. Ajialaclic..la, and the probability i k thnt al least half ate ten it01 nor do< 1 ever to d.rive be made to all the p been finall concluded
III .4. 1.- J y expect any poeuniaiy Tilth tii'dtmcciacy.. There weie (Lii teen Hars bring up to rupport of lie doctrine couutry. ,} amid cu terms that will probably -

t 'lI the irnkIrtitiI'nM; of this character arc for the benefit l-nefit fioni the conctiuction "f mil roa.lo1 only again the rotnlutioiia eudoicing the priuciples of Non-interveiitioti ? My dear sir, I must say A disease resembling cholera has made its appear- j prove satisfactory lo the country. The Reciprocal -

of our fristcr Slr.te. otheiwisc. Neither am I weddr-d to of this that; Southern Constitutional Union fit th' [ Trade with Canada is considered of
any paiticular bill. One; delegation, voting nay, stated that Whigs nrw s nnoe at Milltdgevilie, Georgia, and eevtral persons proposed as

i I ; K Whatever imprfs-non- may Lave been created lytlf route, but to tlaf which, upon a mature ixainiuatidti it was done in obedience to in-tnctoiM.: 'ilu rcsolutiotis time pursuing the very coursie they drj>nvatvd not have died from it. faring nearly all the advantages of annexation. Tla

tel. ftatement-quoted aUive by the Mercury persons 1 of all (the advantages in irgaid lucati-ni ail other many years zig'Their object as avowed then was makes the :
the free
JApv j : hl s to this Iilh are as follows : to save: (the Union. *\oic yon never !h It-ar them uf ler The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal recommends treaty- navigation of St. Lawrence

; at a distance may rest apsnred that there i ii ro latigerof j cou idrati'-
S suffering in 11.'ri.ia for the want of the necessariesrJlife. nevorthelc'-s) feel called oii to MV that 1 nm m f-t anxious i j-rovc 41| t tlie ininciplis: of the act exien lii'g (tlclaw* breaMinsf the storm. Shame, here is thy hlueh !- *. and eslabliohes reciprocal Free trade with Canada, in
'!' "1t)i45i is : confined to and ] III Iho Uiutt.'d States 'istinut.! l-xcu"c: mi1, hut when I see Southern men refu e to Lflud.mum, two drachms (two tcarpnouful ;) spirits
The pcarcity cli't-fly com, that UM: ej.iiit (.f internal iinpniveiiieiit which i i-, organizing; the teirito of drachm tiucture of all the natural products excluding,of course, manufactures. -
camphor sweet rhubarb
' fc.itf'i ; ,
.;; | ris nf Nebiaslrn ami Kan as.Jiaolcfl suitnin the administration, I fear our Union will not '
i'H' 1 alIrl isliut lemp rary and partial, ami we dale cay at the connecting, beautify and otu,if-hing the mnr dcnsc- Tliat we eoiiciir in the opinion that it is continue." four drachms ; aqua ammonia, (hartshorn.) half adrnchin. The British demand for au American registry

rrj1ft.-.r worst i if not so great M in the other State The in j l ly) i pojiuhited S'juth'-ru Stateq, by dvuloj.jng their icsourccs DOt p'ojx-ily wittih the ji.i ri.-detioii ol| C .tlgrei.s to de- oil of peppermint, 15 drops. Take a tens of Colonial-built vessels and their participation ia OUT 4

'- Tonvenience, howe\rr Might or extensive, will soon l be may find a fool bold nnd *(,nC fotU-iiug ptteu- ((-I Inin( the jirovifions of tln> tviistitutioii! uf H state Keep it Before the People, |>oonful in hot sweetened water every" fiflceu minutes coasting trade was refused.

; tc:. 'I 'l-.p f j tlicved by the incoming Larvcst, which bids fair In j tion in the Stale of mv adonti'/n. f4t (her thuu to icnuie that it UA repuhlii-an fjim, to allay the vomiting and pain.
That the Nebraska Bill introduced Democrat
S. 1>C a most bountiful >fic.Southern j i This letter I have wiittcn" in haste. At Rome future but on the contiaiy, t that the pvople ii., jn sets the was by a la Elyria, Lpratn county. Ohio, upon the reception Ma. COMMISSIONER McLxNE.-Despatches are said
right anti to such sustained Deinocralic Administration and
jv.Ver adopt f.-rni of by a
Kourument as
Sw of the news of the passage of the Nebraska bill, thirty lo Lave reached Washington, saying that Commander
I write wh/-u I shall
t j day may flgain. have UUure, and i they may leom l lst suited to tln-ir \iens i and wants ; bus been made a law without the aid of a single
Quarterly Review.We i and that thin -one were fired, the bells were drums RiuggolJ. who is at the Lead of the Berbiiig'aStraits
S nhfn I hope iilso to be enabled, (inn, petnoual observation right should! be ret 'gIizI4l u? ODe of tie guns rung
\i'rtiiernViig, either iu the Senate or House of
I.. are indebted to the Publisher for the July No to fut(Ill-il yi 11U moie talibfacluiy 'ifoi that-iou. fundamental jd-incipU-s if fgovrLUieit.! ."' culalives Hep- and fifes brought ont, bonfires kindled, Ac., and the Exploring: Expedition, reached Hong Kong oa

:d of this bi111y1'iizcdVuzk.. TLe table of coiitcnts Yours truly, 'Ihese retMplationa wc-ie adojikd by lie large major- ; whole town, ,with the exception of a few whigs and the 27th of March, where lie met the Hon. Robert M.Mo -
54 That the Northern Whig in and
Party Congress
S 'mbiweibeT.slluting : V. I). MOSKLEY.C. ityof 421 to 13.The. frersnilers, exhibited the most enthusiastic joy. Lane, U. S. Coicmiasiouvr to China, who being desirous -
out of Congress, not only opposed the bill to the bitter
: 1. Nnpoleon3IT and Ajii'tns Ca-sar ; 2. Political i:. DVKE, Esq., Ttllahassce, Ha. end but have raised the of and Springfield the capital of Illinois, the passage of of proceeding at once to Canton, the ct>uiau-
are now
: 11I: rViWophy of SoxlthCarolina ; ?. Africans at Home ; Know-Nothings." cry the Nebraska bill was received with great rejoicing der immediately sailed in his flag sLip (the sloop f-
4. NnjHileou Ionapirte 110(1 Sir Hudson Lowe 5."VVliat uniting with the Abolitionists to bring about a re-eu-
;.Elli 4 S is our Gov tifleflt f 6. Necess'ity of the ClasMCB ; \VII.IIAM D. MOJ-EI.LT, E q.. This mysterious sect, society or party, scorn to be actmvut of the degrading Missouri Restriction ; Thirty-two guns and afterward e ne hundred and war Viaccauts) fir that point, with (Mr. McLaue oalx.

; 7. I/4'sSuvartes, by L'Abbe Rouquette 8. Pus- My Dear Kir:-Since my conversation with you doing a sma hing business at the Xoi!th. fly gong for That the Northern Whig Party Live thus become thirteen were Hied. .>arJ.

; ; lion riowersof Poetiy ; 'J. Simth Cat olitia MiiUivAcadcniics < in relation to the iiupro\emerit <'{ the H.tr of St. Johns t the \Vi&ig.u siu I Philadelphia and W hn.jtou{ City they denationalized
% > ; ] 0. JlutWb Analogy ; II.1 Banks uudHanking remcdilessly hopelessly sectionalized' Mrs. Anna Cora Mowatt, the celebrated actress,
Ki 1 have made used > the Democrats inoj-t, The New York of the
er, f-.rpersonal grK.tilirRi..na( ftit thi'r uj beautifully. Conrad correspondent Savannah
,,s ; 12. Critical Noticed.) and cannot be again united! to the Southern section of was married to Mr. William F. Ritchie, son of Thomas
eXaTfliLIflt ioU ff it4 tiibutary vatvts. Tlie bar i<* now was elected in Philadelphia by tonic t'UOO' majority, \i'uz's. sat s that the Rev. T. Culver, of the Reformed
The Re-view i is published nl ?0. Address C. MorImicr the Whig f arty, without a gross departure fiom principle Ritchie, and one of the editors of time Richmond
.' i-hallowtr than it has been f.>r omo years, so I am and Towers iu Wa-hington hy some -100. The SavannabRqutIkaz Dutch Church, in his anniversary sermon made the
$3- J-uw Racge, IJroa-J Street, CLailewton. The on the part of Southern Whigs and a criminal Enquirer, on the 7th inst. The ceremony is said to
informed by thoe who are well acquainted with Its renuiks relatiie lo these following statement :
-i 'Sw attention of the reader ib directed to a Piospectun in disregard of the plain constitutional rights of the have been quite unique, and witnessed by a very large
I lliT'-f. iX K changes. Dr. Baldwin thcoiy in conncetionith Nothings, whoever, or whatever they are, they South The most revolting scenes were perpetrated within -
RDother ; of
I t'& -v, _ other ttopjiages, I am of opinion, would, in u few are surely hccoiuing a i*'wcr" in this country, and That the Ntbrnfka the sound of New York's one hundred bells. It guests.-_
MB L J Till was made a law by the be vice
must not thought lime victims of ,
months, give us fifteen or sixteen feet of water the as Know-Noll lingwa poverty ;
&i:1: .5 i,?: 4. Key West on goes DJJ, pome other ism must union Southern Whigs with the Democratic Representatives crime, intern pern nee and prostitution, were alt unedu From Washington.W .

b. P4S The Tvey Wett correspondent r.f the Wakulla bar at hijli tide. Having been absent for eight years go down. This however is not socially conifurtmnge from tUe North and South ; cated. The devil has his school in all part of the ASHJNGTOX, June &

S from this Mictiou of the St Johns (liar I allude to,) af join in the Wellington Sx-ntiiicra Who> city. Eighteen thousand, it was ascertained, of the
; Times wr.tea to that paper cnder date of June C, a* query, That the Democratic Party still its nationality Advices have Wen received at time State Depajtineut
'ii' fonl fair chance of judgiu pl'the in New resided under ground
me a changes caused York
arc they ? What holds them it people residing the urropcan
together ( How is conGrming the recent
report by
follows : by the operation of the ditt&ii.T( and in eome parts, and that therefore, from it alone can the South- and tha want of proper ventilation was a most fruitful coalesced
that in arrivals
that Austria
S town where blank and Prussia Lad
S 4 I wrote you on the 22d ult relative to the sickness conflicting currents. 'Jinre has betu in that time a every poeU-rs arc stuck a- am States look for aid and protection io. the umiuteuance source of intemperance. with
and France.
'I i, prr-vaihug at thin place, which has l betn much exaggerated. complete evolution or ratlur tlaingfl of Mind banks ; 1 h mt the streets, the party carries (the next election f of their tights.Enlisting. But the suffering was not confined to cellera, for There England wa business transacted in oa

Since that dale wo have had! five deaths tf eight ytwrs fcincc, I often have walked at low tide, What id the difference between thorn and the old in garrets, alleys, and filthy courts, the same was to Thursday. no Congress

S ftE fever .11!! of wboin wtsre j erf>oos unacclitnated. It and even half tide, upon sand bats near the bar, that Native American party, that hell be seen. In. 'tingle apatttnfnt in tfii city w'r
; inuft be acknowledged that the disrate bus not retiained now arc eutiiely gone, mid their place supplied by finally, as was for the Whole War.A crowded together one hundred human kiys, rloIhd W.ISHIXGTO. June 1?.

i1j p ?(?." In the locality to which it bad been most fatal bold aud rapid outlets to the sea, in one itibtauce par* thought, in I644Muriug a riot iu Philadelphia! Na- Whig Convention held at Pittsburg, Penn. on in royt, and amid pestilential fltb. In another The House of Representative adopted a joint res-

at my l&Xt writing as one of the above deaths occurred ticularly what is now called the south chanuel. .Now, tivisra under the new name must have also some the Cist May, re nominated David Ritchie, the place, in n single building not latgrr than the space l lution, terminating the Session of Congress on the

lit the UarraeVs and one nt the Fort. There lias also eoinmon Kensc tells us that the washing to admit the new clement iu its organization, or the parly could present oMi* church, icrre two hundred and ,'ifez/ families 14th of August next.

l'en' two cases rt Foit Jefferson, Tortugas. For the discharge of that water must form a dcpooitc some- never have spread and Representative in Congress from the District, by and fvtlrihundredhmmn brings. The elevation of A message from President Fierce upon the sulject
grown strong it haa in
S.I' : it3t. )Jwrt three or four day I here Lave been no new caws where else in the vicinity. And its change of locality few mouths. We should like B* a acclamation ; passing no resolutions but those having humanity to spiritual cleanliness was impossible, while of our relations with Spain, is expected in a few elays

al all anorious nature ; some few children Live will be directed by the fetrongest current, which cur to answer theec questions reference to slavery. The following are a sample of surrounded l by outward impurity."

( j. 5, had slight bilious attacks which have yielded readily. rent is the main channel out to sea As the sand approaches if we could, for the satisfaction of our readers, the series
Hare is matter for the Municipal Election-
:3: We have but one cai,e on baud for which any serious the outer end of the bar, I am of opinion it and our own gratification ; but at this juncture we are a employment of the phi Philadelphia
fears cntcrUiiued. within the two Resoleed, That for the future the lanthropic Greel ys of the North who Lave PHILADELPHIA, June 7-
11T' arc We have had is there stopped by conflicting currents, the ouc only able to say, that the new to South must take so many
: pabt few days e
-kiy: thunder alia lighluiog which has cooled the atmo ly perceptible, from the water or under current of the common report, more nor less than-the de- ply its own blotxlhoundu and doughfaces ; the free but are so oblivious of misery at their own nominee, endorsed by time -K w-Nolhing ,>'-t.siUve'

I : c Ii: S yihere. Previous tu this the thermometer ranged South chauucl, which however is the least to bo apprehended fuuct Native raericftn" resurrectioiied. It/emains men of the Nortn design to, and will crush out and doors. In all the South there and temperance meu, have swept the city with a Waterloo

'' from 87 to 91 dog. during the day, aud Lot aud op- because jf the tide oT the St. Johns and to be seen how long they will live, and what ia to be exterminate the breed. cannot be found as vietjry. -

liresEive nights, no wind blowing. the Fort, George inlet be in unison, they would Lave a their influence Jietolotd, That in view of the dangers of the crisis, much wretchedness as Mr. Culver Los portrayed in a The victory U the result of a combination of the

counterbalancing iuHueuce. a crisis overriding all paity distinctions hereby dozen liues.Gen. Whig and temperance men with( the endorsement of

I, Col. Hart, of Jacksonville, East Horida, bad his The first step in my humble opinion lo S ensure the The Tampa Herald publishes the pledge ourselves as soldiers in the cause of Freedom the w Kow-NotLinjjs." It w also claimed as a rebut

t country residence dcfetroycd by fire on the 22d ult deepening of the Car would be tu top permanently proceedings of -we Inscribe Free Men, Free Labor and Free Lands Webb writes to the New York Courier A Enquirer to the administration for tbe repeal of the Missouri
a public meeting composed of Whigs and Democrat, upon our banner, and enlist for the whole war. f -
and throw the
channel thereby entire River compromise.
South ,
I, iu minister the Court ofSt
and one of Lu daughters perished the flame The concerning our at .
( i water into the mail channel I do thiuk that alone held in Hernando County, which nominated Major --k- The official returns riww a majority of 8,343 wf

S perboiis present were unable lo do anything to effect would deepen the bar materially. Then carry out John Parsons for the legislature* Major P. is a Dem 3t Difficulty at San JuanA letter from Washington James :- C-nradfor Mayor. I I,I62 for Hazlcnurst.! All pal-

l.er rcleaee. Her remxiut were recovered fiom the Dr. Baldwin's cuggestious. With the highest respect ocrat. The Whigs of that section seem to have discovered the 14 Of Mr. Buchanan we desire to say generally, that ties are amazed at the result.
says difficulty between Mr. Borland the
he is, as we predicted he would be an admirable representative -
for his would advise that instead of ,
ruins and interred the following day. judgmental ex- -

_1 __ _____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ peiimeutiug at ouco on the bar of Fort George, where the answer to the qustion, Where are weT'and American Minister at Nicaragua, and the Greytoxro of the United States. His ability admits We heard a great deal about the offered np
'.4 nature would be all! powcrful'to contend with, the operation like sensible people, have cast in their lots with authorities, i is to be settled promptly, by sending an of DO question ; his republicanism is above suspicion; in behalf of the efforts of the abolitionist prayers CD Sunday
H4)II41dUI lhr United Statci. llis stated that
f and his kind and courteous bearing and general con-
I- S .: i should begin higher up, across say from Fort the Democracy. American man-of-war to hunt up the authors of the last, but of no for the widow of the vturJfttBatchelder
) Mr. M. Ouerea, the Charge de Affaires Island vatism, even wbrn unflinchingly insisting upon all prayers
; recently accredited George to Talbot, about two or three miles -5- assault upon Mr. B. -mindend by abolition'utt. incited bvttfi

I to the United State, from Holland! and nowi inside the bar. There you Lave not half the distance, Out Jielationt with Spain.-*Tho Union of tin 7thhist our rights, render him a very acceptable representative men at Parker and 1hillips.3IURDEItWwhile
he Las
I S Washington, has corn with full power to eettle nil (mud or ceriaiuly and Baud not bottom more than mixed half to ,)sustain and an excellent work states that the Black Warrior difficulty is not Count Sartiges it Sa said, is satisfied with the explanations the sending of our country.of Lord Elgin Beyond on his special, mission nrged, to performing his duties as a citizen revolution.seditioQ under the.

4, ',aim; againbt hi* government, and to bear the charges iiibtcad of quicksand as nt the bar. Again your, you are' fully settled, and that the administration has not given by Governor Marcy in Consul Dillon's arrange all outstanding difficulties, and to get Spain laws of his country minder I Oh. meo'wbo wLwe Lauds urge rests tea

4 j d l complaints against Capt. Gibson, who Las made by eo doing compiling economy, because you cau changed (torn its original jwbition concerning the policy case, and will not insist upon the punctilio of a s lu.tatiou out of the scrape into which her agent have BO foolishly blood of and innvcemt-, bousat.upon faithful citizen, -buv a
doubt but an
and cannot the
& 't I a large a dtmau for his impiuoamcut. work iu deliauce of the wiud, beinj th Uti d by LotL to be carried out." to the flag on its being taiscj over the office. will bjj trust latiJiw her orr to we all parties." result I fcafful accouut U) answer. B ton /*>*', /* "' 3.

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ArriYil of. the Hermann. The"Whig Party.To learn from the Gazette and other sources, is going on the South fire alike laden with tiding* of crer joy'fim NSW COTTON GIN. Just Received j
NEW Year, June 8. any one of the slightest observation it mint beery rapidly. Hundreds of claims are already taken up the afflicted. These wonderful Pill have com ,

'Jbe rtMrtuJi'P Harrow arrived this morning from % apparent that what was once known as the whig opposite Saint Joseph, and a meeting of the settlers pletely couvuered that great sooorge of America, the FROM New York ami Xew Orleans, ">Z
AJuthatIpt0. brinsinir London dates to the 84th.Admind party baSs ceased to exist The name DOW used signifies held. Not a day passes but new additions are made Liter C 'mplaint.For "rITE NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYLINDF.R ( JvaCntTe., Sardines,

Nupieibad destroyed, *ftcr reigbt bourn nothing and represents nothing in a national sense to the riumbcr. The Indian agent bas issued a pro sale at all th* Drug Storts In Tallahassee, and _I_ GIN whose failnre has been reported 15 Sacks Rio Cofrie, 'A Tierces S. C. ITems, -

,11t)4rJ&flCIt. the f>rtres of Oustimisvern, at theJtII.c of the word. The so-called Whigs of the North bare clamation against trespassing on Indian lands, bat at one Agency in every Town in the South through all of the Cotton growing State, is stilt alive 20BoxesNo 1 Sogp, 10 BIN.Mrs* Pork.

4tLe Gulf FiulauJ, aud 160 itusiau were not one feeling in common with the Whigs of the little heed is paid to it The work goes bravely on." June, 10, 1654. 5$ ZwCOEMPTION and able to run, awl during the last season hue been 10 M choice Sopart, lot Sack WhL'c Corn,
South; and it is idle for sections so antagonistic to attempt Njr do the hardy pioneers seem to fear the cold brought to that state of peifeeti which renders So Boxe* M. R. Riaina, 2 IbIsLeaf Lard, Lt

t$enThe Biiti4i fteanier Tiger, which run nground and to unite iu electing a candidate for the Presi steel of the bayonets with which they were threat success certain. For short staple its great superiority 4 Bbls. Phelps Oin. 2 Boxes Lemon.

taken by the Russians near Odessa, was after- dency. These facts baTe, much againtt our will, been ened last fall Impatient of the unreasonable delay of d. every body knows Isa oxer the saw lin strikingly apparent to Roodjuo'gi 4 do JT.E.White Itam. 1 Cask Clarified Sugar
v. huicd. forced upon us by the action of the WbSgs of the government in extinguishing Indian titles and organ flattering that ease. It commences and progrew *> This superiority coiwisfs in its leaving the lint clean r. 4 do Old Family Whiskey 2 do IJrown do'&BbUN.O.3yrnp.

*yUe j\iris correspondent of the London Times North. For a time there were some who held out, izing the Territory, the people have determined to Insiduously,of before one ia aware of it, the" lunsr tuoie ofttn iinjfree fiom kno', nrI 1 l'je not cnt, .

tbita combined Httaclc ou the Crimea by ecu or seemed to bold out, against the fanatical attempts take the matter into their own bands." are from a heat mass to cold ulcers, then a sudden exposure ckinge break, or It any way injure time fil re, at tli.. same 4 bhl Ex. Winchester 2 Tierew CaroUua Rice,

''a"Vi ill ha* been concluded on at Constantinople. upon the Union made by its enemies, the abolitionists produces an infatuation, and in"a time imparting to the lint that soft and oily ft-eh'nsj Whiskey. 20 Boxes Tobacco,
It i if reported from' Vienna that the Russians have ; but these at last hare been carried off by the Striking Facts.Of few CONSUMPTION days or weeks,it ;is jii], he or sh
a treaty with Perbia, Bokhara and Khira, beady current" of frresoilism, and now the South has the seventy-four Whig in the House of Representatives For all troubled with cough Jr making the lint from the same; lot of sped, worth Crushed Sear, Yea Powders,

rfldI2J'd, -,; ,I' ,u.aiuUin a subsidiary furoc in those States.tCid' not one friend among the influential Whigs of the only fourteen voted for the Nebraska nag tle complaint outside of, We[Us would refer to the athertistmetiton from -J to 1 4 eputsjicr pound more than when giui.ed C z.'Claret Wino, Citron Pepper *

Ij I I' a n'JuaJrtMi of steamers i ja preparing to North, except Millard 1'illnioie, upon whom she bill ; and no Whig from the free States voted for ot Clwrrv paper of Judson's" Cbemical Extract I on the satv jin. 2 hbs.! Lard Oil Smyrna and ilabirt Fig',
At Cuba in July. Troops are to leave iu June could ely for aid and support in maintaining her constitutional it. certain for this and Lungwort, which v* said to W a It c'c-ans: the Sea Island Cotton beautiful. nid will iloz. p-ts Sweet Oil, Starch, Candies! lntSbbUlk'locuaSanoa ,
ftfl. cure awful
?.il i tight This is a ) statement disease. Also Azors Tur-1 zia< fiom bOO lyon and I n. Sperm and Star Cau&iis
famine Jectiflatlofl.It melancholy Ninety-nine Democrats voted for the bill/i't7y- kwe Balm the to pounds per day. M> far a* ,
$$1r i .11t.cd' that' all' uje Russian levies aie marehi the truth of vhidi cannot even be doubted. People I our vfvJiitni vlierefiom tJirfrrt Statef. hair. great renedy for all diseases of the Manufacturers have tested it, the lint lit in a much HeviietieaIIv seaK"! I/i-b- London Porter,

i ) Cniise! Insurgents are niarcLlog upon Pekin. ns soon harmonize as Southern Whigs and Northern the Republic introduced the bill and defended it to Gnu nrnl! Oyft-rs. FJhh: ) Walnut,

rfrtcJ that the United States Squadron Fieesoilcrs. The Northern Wh'gs hare not only de- its! final triumph, amid obloquy, and misrepresentation Just Received In North Carolina MCTT; Cattle .1 Sen of ni eccmb 2 M.ls Ivef Tontr:". Brazil Xuf*, .

t I'ubl'ifbeJ friendly relations with Japan.Tb seited the Whigs of the South but have added fnsult and calumny such a* no man has had to encounter cADflZEN Fettles Porter County, aud Dr. II. L. Hill, of \V yne C -niitxand 2 do Fult. Market Soft Shell Almond,

b* Mii correcpondcut of the London Times, to injury. Their tone is that of superior to inferior. since the days of Andrew Jackson ; and the \J 2id. several othi rs have tried the Ot; i oii hoit Colt"n the Reef Pulnrrta.

\ late<>f *v "'* 68J8 that the statement made Their language is Gentlemen of the South, you Administration nf Gen. Pierce, wns for Jt actively a 4 J barrels z. Mackerel&ot4t Ale, pat season nutl are highly plea-iI 1 { uitli the result. Pickled ilnvn: Walnut Catsup,
T (l\An to'tbe' effect that at the conference of want too much, and we cannot yield to your demands.As and by all the influence it could justly exert, from the 41 In Texas the New tin is l->Tifl, tfCapt. > wcep dari.- Sinoke-1 Salmon, Tomatto Catsup,

L;, ithtlif J'-: Minister, the affuii of the long as you ueie content with what we were xxil- moment of its introduction. 8 Kits John Duncan of M:xta' ord.i. Lo pun-lewd the RoeHerring.. Soda. Sugar, and Butter .
oe V in'"r VM settled, i is totsllv f
1iacl "be interxicw took place fnit the question hat you have set up for \\nursclvt it is quite another Is their any Whig party at all ? WlintUUbut For June sale 17 by ?r 4. S. S. KNIG lIT. rret iv il them in time to have (Jinnnl his whole crop, it Flour, Pried A rPTCS. .
(,1iideJ.' thing." Such language sundered and 23 would have made a difference of from 2UUu to eOU SO: Ihl.; St. Louis and lri.ol IV.iches.
(r> 'juttnicut(' 80 M regards any thing pro bupjnises a Vassalage on a faction cut up, existing in/ILferent
7 f"j 1J2J ben dv'iie here, as our infjrmatioa ou this the Part of the South which, us a Southern man. we localities only by pandering to tw* and attempting Fresh Groceries and Provisions. doll.ip1 in his fattr. Ohio }' .ur. Nails Cjnille Wick,
' ju ixwitji'e. indignantly deny and repeL We beg nothrg at the to decehe the manses And bow dare nov Southern 1 ht &<) i-ieh: Gins are warranted to pick I 1500 pound 10 BI.U. lU-ctilkil Win's- Picket Knives,

T//e|/ Time* bUys that large bodies of the Russian hands of the North, but demand, and will in the end Whig, after this exhibit on the part of NoithoinWhiggery "\\7"1': : are n'm' receiving from New Yornnd New of lint in 12 hours. The 48 inch Urns will di I > from key. ChiliireuV! Shoos.

-re.iJiers; :,/ are marching toward the frontiers ofViira compel, a respect for our constitutional light. raise his voice amoiu: a bljiveh >Miii<; T T Oilenn*, pr Sehimners Elizabeth atrl Taylor, lOdo to 120 ) jhitiivJ* of Ih:: m the same tune, with 4 Casks Bacon SMe, A small lot of I>rr Good*.

tj act either: against Austria or Prussia, as The Southern Whigs having thus been deserted by jKHiple for continued union between the party North Jlitchell A (Jamur's Extra Flour, prop r s-u-i-il. null t tO run aW a* a Jviw Cm ; and 2 dl) t1c lbur..,

cjcuznttlCes 1ny (( re.A the hypocrites of the North who BO long played a and South I That Southern W"hig who is w'illing to St Ijoirs siiieriinc] do.Suptrior in etse of failure,with proper usage, they will be matlegoii.I All of which will h M>M aa low as any other House

: deLtCb from Constantinople of May 15, double game with us, the quetiou will newtsaiily go into National Convention with a set of men in Kxe do.do. in the city for te! CHCI.| .
fays In the alenri' Price of -I!S inr-h Oh ?..r'*>. For0 inch 832R. To '; 1st ili M- Soi.th of the tore of G. A J. 4
iiw! KU-MHU* are advancing from the Dobrudseba, arise as to what i is our true poliey. the free States who would not eat even one vote fr Graham do. Meginnisa ;
that be-d-liveri'il! at time mit'rt..t: Jt.jHit f-r )aii'li'cj to tl ak'). ndjoiulnpr the store of S.S. Knight. .4
have cut off UK Communication between SilUtriamjj of .omclhing which we cannot now rationally expect the Nebra bill, and who would bumble himself Ribbed F.ieon: Sides,
aiiJ Vania, AS will as the wacoart, and have clone we cannot believe that the Whigs of the South will ton-cord the eomminds and do them of Greely, and Clear do. flu.Stacg 'p-iri-ln- nal la ilr.'i fiimisht! 1 to set UK? (Uizmrunniug. Will nl-o tllat Auction any projit-rty tjcsirrn tobolj. ., '

tatwern Varna and Schuinla. consent to be represented iu a so called Whig National I Seward. and the like, is false to In? native soil, and it Shay'b Sugnr cured Hams, fn.s:; t'jsh! 'ti ten J .tiS tiial when e..lled! upon, e.ther iti town or country..
the Mine Convention. To such l would be to 1 1 ii'ri-xxiil' he a Ft'M-k oftheeOin I-ept in TiLl Sale dumb Moii'Iaxi'! and SntnnJpv. -; ;.
The KiigiWi: Light luhntry division at Scutaii reruu'd go into a hdy j i should' bo alike utterly and university scorned and Cn. hetl and Poxvdered Sugar, ;
matching orders the 14th and tbeir desthialn.u place their throats at the poiuto of the knives of the 'Jei" Jjoaf and Clarified do. I.thr-.s' e nt I the 1 Uiiek Store t i-ecutv ipUMl bv I| JOHN JL RIIODrS.anJ .

th rtigKt; to be Varna.on The allied ai nuW are free.soil buteheis. It would bean endorsement of If the Democratic party of the free States had StewartV Hard Caiidi. l'-.srs. II T. Tax: lor t'.. ty. frt!. : eale of thtirww j A'o-/iinar Comtni&tton Merchant!

:t n ri-iti'iii' to co-operate f illi Ouiur Pasha, aud will treacberv._ and a vile sul>mis ion to multiplied wrongs 1 phoxxn the Mime hatred for the Constitutional lights Extra Appl.! Vim-gar rx'ra White Wiu? d >. 11 in*. j April 15, 1&-t.; l- -- ': s
ls and iuulta. Should this view of ihe subject be taken | of' the elaveholding Stall1* AX Inch has been tJiunni Cro4s (Blackwehi' l'i'i1ilV, All' comrnnnVatiori* a'l.ress"d! ti> lhio Agent at Tallahassee -j Tract of Land -
( for
JJ:: ; ret en c. Saesnl .
by Southern Whi s generally as sincerely bpe j i ( this occasion bv the Whig paitv there, we would Stii'crir 1'rrin.h ilnstarJ.PicMxed 'vill nixx it'u pr' ?npt attcnti> n.
it may, Jt will then be necessary to take some other I IactiMi. have cut l bri-ic Irom all association with them, JIIK, Canton Oinger, Jolly WAKDWELU A E"T. P. lfl cri?>cr offers for sale lis "Sun Dowa"laml *
Iir.1.N, uue \\e sinerecly wish the suirge.stiou we arc a- would have held! them as enemies never again to be Fnt-h S-KI!: Crackers P. S. Those Gins !hi i in Madison County, cotisbtin:?( of about two
can in Sio! -
The' Ntngara bns anivcd, anil lnv ma'ls wciefoi- bout to make bad conic commended to the party by I j trusted by the Southern jx-ople. Li-mot s aud lirandy Peaches, Cotton tit the eommencemri'tf seen the operation n'U on(;iiinip thou.?nd acre iT QS good hind ns any,in Floiida. A-

jrxdod; tin int.ruing.Tbc inure age. cipciretiee, amid jv> ition than we can l"l"oii.st | The almie fact the llah-i h Register and oihrr: PcpiMT and Pimento, MS'in at the Pluntati of Col. II. W. \Vititnm.tni. *. Cn.. Lout tWO hundred acres are el.*are
Wbig State Convention of Vermont, at Rut- of. Humble, however, as we may be, our advice is i Whig jiriuts are carfulIy conceiiling fmtn their reader' Xo.'l S.otp. Dr p ishot Ss'cr.tcb Snuft. \ II lilt-v. (;llv. John Urnncli and W. F. LI! .s-d. if Theme pre on the prtrnises a goo
laud, nominated yesterday Stephen' n ycc for Governor. the prompting of a heart devoted to a cause fr | Thev douftt I5ushils Wf-Mern C-rn, L-o-i C-.tmty : Col.! U. P' Thitr.er, of G.i.U.len Co. j I ati'l Gin. with eon-fnrtaUe! Ne;ri> f'abir.s. Evry- .

and Ce .rShs/tfer lc Lieutieiiaft (7 ovcVrkr.- xx hieh we base piivutely and publu-ly fitru. M..rri-k and H. A; I thing 0:1 tie plantation i is oti.-red---sit llule*. tack
"11 ie Cnvczitioii was bige aud the pioceediugs harinoniuu the last tox'cuUicu years, and which we vill never Their obj(*tlfo doubt i i- to h j.iepare the Whig mini June IT. l>:5 >. 2 > HODCKIS; ,t SCOTT.Rice's \l'ti?; of .Ja'-ksc.yi Co. :.L (;. A.it-rsoit and (' .111 Catu. with nfx'tit tentx-tJireeS't-ETof, all .: t '
*. abandon. to sujijKiit Seward for the 1'roldi.ney iu 1&56.-A'aciyh /- Dji.iJ P.rI. .Jt-ffer-ln! CVntv anti McOtLtv l;kvy! an-1 Lealthy. For ttnr.*. apply ti''> the suL crion -'
,\t a Democratic State Convention held at Portawl. We throw out then for the consideration of our .S1a7ulJd LWe Patent Baby Walker. and Col. U. Harrison ot MucJisi-rt, J. I.'r the plantation! c-r tLrousru- tie Stifepf! Post -
Muiue, of that party known as Jl.-n ell men, An- Southern Whig brethren the Miggcstion <>f holding a H-q. County. oin.- j. I). REID.!
\i*> *ora.-ka and Maiue Law resolutions were adopted.-- Southern Whig Conx'wtiou, 5u SOIPC central point of don't think our re.iders ought ti be oeprivrd (,fall T""NITKS all (the advantage* of the Walker and The letter from! thtr Mill31i.nnf.ictiirin Company M.liss) County.tav J t issi. 2) I''tA ; .-

.LiPI1, J' Munch wa notr.innted fi r Govcinor., the South-say Columbus, Georgia, for instance ; cither the good thing* i-aid by the North, because we happen in one aitielu. As a Jumper it i is supenor this, publiahfd Giu for H SIV, trsvt"? soni--. idea cl the tolue of letter Late than

!.Je (:ucdance was full, and the proceedings !iarM duiing the coming autumn or in the next fpiing, I I to a S'utb.TU latitude, hence we cauuot m many nspeets to any in use, ri"t refjuirin to Long Staple l'utton.f ever.
JjoIiIt. to considir the policy aud duty of the Wlu s, at the the occupy following: be fastened i.''r liable a'-cidents, will springs ad-! f ICE ICE : '
it Ji bns, New Erutr-wik, -OR the Mb. there South. Although the Whig* at the South may nexr j forego jut t..1 for tl.ildren bhoit; 1 or (tall, p-.it.Le 1 w.th the IIILYOKE, Mass. April 3, ;:1551.I .
Tra* great ex-citcrncut regarding i'nc election between he able to cktt: a Whig of their choice to the Prei1denry I Jt ffcrwn IU i ifl-It is thmiffbt they have got anew ehild! iu it. and the lta-t mov merit of the ehI! l eu S. Pw PAttJir.-T, TI, CARGO of the genuine stuff i at last on tbe
edition of this leclarati..u; of lud |M-ndence at the i-ing tnoti- '.1' agreeable) that children ill re'iiii'nii xx av.Nexx D. LADD. .
I'l.itiV.w.. nd Catliolics. "lie Cutter Net Icy and they c.m txenit>e an itilluttiee raoct piteutiul a w t Jar Sir : Wo Live r.siI l tie! fxvj
have smled the Fisheries. tu ) act kh the South, especially: calculated for tlat l.itituJe. Thef1lo'iiig : them f T Iwurs aum-ed ntnl I il.hihitt-] !I. Sat.-ip''.; to }b-i't1* of Islari'l anil other p rt. May 20. lS4 20Nolice.
;hr U riig to protect g'iod. Upon one gieat fculj'-it they can xx sni'f to be the of the j f( n "ti sr pie Ctt.'n. '
lieginning -
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precious be
is wen at IIOUUKISS i SCO'lTS.June : *
Democrats of the S->uth. They can en-operate in the niiic-h xou was giaaed M. xur Sea Island Cotton
ru-r nieutioucd above l been nomina- bay
SL as aing instriimciit : AMiite men are l, >rn with considerablefieedoin 17. T.'l.: 21 .
&cquibition of Cuba, ard thus place two slave StaN-s U in. : .
t, ,j for 1 Jeut. Guveiijor of V rmoat, is a leading FieeS in the way cfNoithern agguftH..n, xxbile it xxould ] and are < ndowi-d with inahciii.ble rights, a- W.-regret in not h.-ninga larger supply of tlii I I _:IX rr.fntLs after the date of tills notee. I shall
5uitr.J threw open to Southern enterprise and Southern fitir -! niong which aie life ide.liberty and pursuit of nlg- Notice.VLLpfrsnna !I Cotton to J pm thr<'uiri! o'ir %%orka lar t-r quantity J ni'ike npplir.ition to the Ju'ia of Probate of Jludiaon ',

the trade of the uio.-t feitile and beautiful island t f grs.-POt1Pi1.'l :: intereste-l w ill taki noti'-o that su wirtjM fiiaWe u* to jaui.1 n, i ',ri e-i-tlv :* to tL- re- I U,>unty. }'lorida. fur ray diicLujje aa uJmkJbtra.- -

Das LatfT- --irrlral of the Pacific. the ocean. The true and bet mode of icsi-tingNuith- Valuable, if True- .i tlis- first jmblienti of this n ixertiement -, la'ire: nii-rit tf your CVttuu Gin over tie Common tor of Ji-ha Coleccan, ikeeitwL -:

t rn aggression' is to foster amid develop* by all jvissiIde I intend to apply; to the H-n. Jn-lcre of rolltr din.With I{ VANS RAMELLAminfr. j.. :
NEW YORK June 12. cipcdicuU our own vast and incalculable resource. A yrrecponJeiit over the s.sguaturc- of Ledger, Probates of Ioii County for a tli-durge frori my our cxperirnr.ts on the small l 1.t of Cotton I May 2-?. 154. UO CsI

The Attencan S'tenrnl1l) Pacific, with Liverpo 1"at Build lip JCew Orleans, Mobil-, Chuileston, Savannah eend* u* (the fullowKig: Adniiuistrator'hij of the eaUie of William II. DrockKI.LI'N rfo.-irej.- are i f the op'nsori) tlia! jour Cotton Gia; I I Notice.
to May 31. arrived at New York on Sunday. and Norfolk, and in 1w ii they will build up i i 1 have just read in your paper what has often l be- eiibruumrh. k.eeiised. i il-iis not i'l-.ire the vtaplr t-i {ilir (J.ittoii, nail! that
11irer l Circular ti' Messrs. ililligan fore' !'ei published, rf*pctni; the eun urn properties there ii ia M. and cleauii-! I months after date, 1 shall present'roy nnuT v- -
|>< <> report the interior cities and towns, and place tie South in a j A. BUOCKF.NBBOUG1I, Adm'r.June at. ri.prox: -nt tcM.e SIX :
the rides of Cotton fo- the three days at Ib.WO( bales. condition to laugh to scorn tbe thrciti> of the Aboli- j' of the fignie 9. One uf these piopcrties 5* of inijMir- 17. l4. 21 Cm t n*-* (I' the libr. n hiji-hi xull: muittrllv! incren-e the : and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of

Fair Orleans isqcoted at6id ; Middling Orleans atltd tiouists. The holding) of.-ueh a Convention as xejircjve 1 tanoe to all ook-keep an 1 nceountnnt* to know, j val'14 f-f the aiticltf atd retiree the eoit of 3Iu uLcting. Mt.lis: ,in Countv aa udmhiiatratc-r of Lucy Eobert e -'
Fair Uplands at rl ned Middling Upland* at may be termed Fectionitl. Will let it be so. airl which I have never seen published. I accidentally SEA XlATHING.COLUMBIA aud ask to be UkcLar;&d from cnv adminietratorslJp. I: '

i J. The deui ud was active and pi ices uucLauged.Progress It is sectional mid meant to be so. \Vhat rare the found it out, and the discovery to me, (though it hay However tl.ep,* are nii bti-Tis wLiIi can be m(re JAMES; HOBERTt-.Admr. >: -

of the War Northern v bigs now doing Acting ccctionally f
the of xiolating the Constitution. Jxmk jit been essential serx ice tome in settling complicated s -dc. nn-l in t-pler to :ice"irjtli-h tl-is. T\ l.ojyou Fire and Marine Insurance. ijvt
A fl earner from the fleet brings intelligence that their purpose votes on the Nebratka bill, and tin-it pee if it ''account*. It is this; The iliffeience between any Cape' bland, Xcw Jersey | will fn1 able f> fiirni-b lartrt-r fiir-plies of lung tingle
rii; tavfVcru bad ben 'mbai-d-d' tilth effect, and j| tiancpufcc'l numbers U always a multiple of ? ; f-r 1-; 1 Cotton ginned .Sea I-Ian t C"ttori (Gin. nnilK SavannnL Mutual Insurance Coinpany. liar. 'T "J
w ill lay in the.r mouths to lelnke tie lis of the ] 't r by your ,
nnd !
11 IS now popular tibi-hmcnt li *
tlior attack iulendcd.O Ixxik cai.not'pmvecr now X iuj titaUi.sh b this will / -
accmmttnt aa City,
LU < was fitaneo supjHt-e an or keeper I ,-,tr. Trclx', ; Agency {
S-niUi for 3..ltlizmg A seeti'iril:! Couvetjti"n to dexi i
i th' 24th tL f.>rtA of Hango, in tlie Baltic, were b.ilan-f his accounts-Mien- is a ditTticineI .. .JL ''IM t: f T the reception of visitor' rubl, K! ,4terms
( ;
18 and Means to the Coiisliujtion' fioui their '
tvbrJcJ yud bv who about way protect his debits and crcdi's \xhub he 1 he 1'Mj'rir'nr thankful fr the patronage l.e l.asso to THQ. J.PlIRKINS *
destroyed \picr, was OWN ruthless assaults j I Uttveen rannoi itet Ha 1i
tltacking: th) Tiutu iitilkattotis. f.uiit for, after careful an I repe.--.ted adding L t largely rutixfd. Itesw to afcre his fumiN nr..l i tl.e June lfl, 1si.: 2'i" tf I April :>. 1SSI. 15 6m "?;
Tin* a'liod fii"-t wss nti-1 U. claTKL;: in < x t ry il. partm. tit xx ill l.e -

: iliti Lt fctill b< M <.Lt ou the) 'J
ImJ prctei-tcd two war ves. ela t> the Creek iu the Old Dominion. that l.is error m >st probib'y lies m! his haxini: ; t. niie- I has been i'itro.iiii- into !2s.; .> roon. H.u-sivr'-j eS *- WHCLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST L '
(;...vr.itit.rie i whieie tra-i-p..f'tl figure-; : tint is to say, be has putdown j brite orel-t-tra has iHencnjpigtil esMu-lvt !y for this 1 \ ('Hlhbert. Ccorgia.r ,

Yenqfice fro'm i lee< ana RT ipurd.iti wg }i i2! fir 2i'. 83 lor J.4, tt<\. without auy other lioue, uo'l! many: I ther arrangements haxe bn n.n.le Jin f.rft nnnunl .xr.rrinatii'fi: of this IriitituU'-n: I NEWPORT FLA. ,

fearr L 1 1ghts'oue b'a'gesofl tbeN eva }ia<* been Fiom Uie tl'ail.intjlon flar. tnuisj! >o,iti.m. The difference of any audi trunou M"iiiay the 10th June,and embrace HAS jut received a very large and fresh stock c If t': 4;;

Ot tred, aut oi'uon w :,*"," ft

Huf J'lid been quite sick, t Jt was iiiijtrovitig. "I n.1 ('f the Kitini'ire: Sun, -Iye in tJii" tRorningVpajKT will at once direct attention to the true source 'if error. (Ire- in" proprietor at Cape lrlan-1, or to the tub-i 'I he rninneeintnt tnnon will be preached oo it-inos Chemicals. Prrtumery* Dye- 5"&tutf i

The Gieek i iyI.i.r-cri.'it was less firmidable, Jt that the AiJiiiinistratJon bail ljak..<-d (let fium \ and save the labor of adding up often long columns of scriber, U HAl\VoUD. | Snnilay the l'hm' bv lli.-uor A>PUEW.An I >, Paints, and Fancy Articles. .- t

'\, i<4 si'rU-Jtljat OlJjo bhd accepted the ultimatum, j nil its portions uith K-ftrutree to Cuba. Oir fiicndxvhft tiguics. The dirlmiicu: between '.'2 and 29 is C3. or N.'. l 17 South .rd street, lhaila1v11LLt. addrei" ou I'-l'it'il'mii; will Le delivered! on Wed- ily stock being selected by myself, will !be war- ; *.' ; ,

fue Wrecks .-ExtHir-ixe etJIjling ou the prtmies.Juce --' lav the ilst. by UisiioF Gtoiioc F. PIUUTK. rantel as rerrcsend. ILsmaanscan rely ougtttin ::

Ky.fil(n. 1>y firing the building mat kat,1i. i-oin-it l ii: h t tUittu.-iit* <>\ fu-t H egnsiusly anl t*> ou between any traajioed numlri. 17._ _'t_ :Cm; .... 21 I'I'u Tl.o asi-ini se-!!! will open on Mmnhy, the f tthiJu1. I their orders and prescription* put up with care, of *' / -
Tlie Hitsi-Mii* lost 1,500 k'.lhd ia tie attack ou ; (, in en or *u tl.Js<-ae..
i' '.ii Meu' il j ..1 bi'-kiiigout; it i> xvoll knoxvn in ilijilomatic and p'i Medical Notice. of vAperieuce and L'gh character a a. Profes i wilt be furnished when ordered by physicians or oth- ., '

ThiKjsnian ore menacing Krzevain and jecently lit ical circle lu-ie that it ha* :i<-t mall- alt a'lv a'coinplisJied Southern Quarterly Kenew. r I IIH nnd'Tsijjneil filer* his professional services 1 of 3Li-ie. F. X. FOIJSTER. '' I er*. Having made arrangement with the best Dnsg j'} ;"

si.1a r 'tepUvirr nrdltneRt! \>( SO,(>fiO ArmeuiaiiF.Tlw ; fc.uiie'1)) every jKtint ii ha made viUi Sjiiiiuujxti THIS PeiindiCiil is the only one 1.f its class iu tLc .1 both as Phvficiari and Surgeon, to the n.habitan's [ Sftrfta.r j of t'ttcultii"* \ House iii New York for aelect articles, I feel EO liesiI I
1 Cire assi ie? have b en drivai bock fjur tiw ; ] the Cub-i: duebtioii S.i fur.Th (I JrTer( on County. Florida l and I i* now prepared to Mav22.Tnne&.) 1S51. 22 Ht I talon in warrantlij'j the same. |tl .., '
JlL: ret 1-iss by the fluriatr. <- truth is, the 1'reiil-iit ha= had the prr>r'd Pfii'e1o entire region of the South : and lU pages are refem red attend all cas o with vlaVh he may befix're.l. t -- AL.,.n splendid a-ortmeutf'f SCHOOL mind HISCF.LLANLOUS .* "

dcina.id! .>f her nuth-r.: j tilh T unieas-onitble, or improper -I 1 to us the bt-r-t evidence of the ability of UKJ South,nod 11 S. GAILLAIID, M. I>. Groceries (iroceriei* L'oOLSlAPER andFAXCYAK'j* :' .,. "

Hampshire Legislature- ; and we take it fir giunU-il: that the flunk-', its cjipacity to give f xpression to the fellings, the inI R' sidenec at Wauket-nah. Cp:
Co\o'Kn, NeT" Hauipefcirc Jnne 7. non and] promptness xxith which the prap >sitioit ami teres-U aud intelligence of this section of our Cuuutry. June 17, 1S": J. 4vr 21 FRESH Oil.ans.li : .r-Larbes and others C>nd of a good glass of SO- *,
n-qtu-Ms The Leg'iMMture ssfjnible l to day. J. H Sarg 'ant, mire uudt-ihtood to have been nut, are Its purjltise is trej>rcsciit fairly out sell e*, and not to 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. 5 cl ai: Dajtlrl receive* his Mjpply cf the cold stufL -J *! ;

'<; vt.tct.:* wa elected f resident natc.anHJfmr due in a great measuie to the exjienencu} xxith the miertpicsent I e A illiatn*. of Lancariter, and Charles Doe, Uuitd States and the sfinnd liberal tu aud patrioisin understand it aid the barrels 3le3 IVik. '
we to assert iutelluctual equal ten and a half miles n-irthof Tallaba.'si-e.) There :o> '
'f ItiiHiugswortli. Cleiks, nil Ienu'cratt. la the of Mr. CakIt! who is paid t W the FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER ,
in the tract. bun Jrcd of good luinla i; sugar
) ity of our Section, while, at the same time, it will free are even acres aa
-'c, Fitm-cs Chsf, Democrat, of Gmwav, was director of the Councils >f the) Sjinninh Foreign Office, Can be found in the State! -"Ou cleared nixl the 1 hiu..kv-J .ie.f; CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. pt' .
cV M.-n f pak r over Ma: *>u W.1'appan,of Bradford, F. f.ir its transactions with tLrs Government the mind of our p so as U. }'Lur
are balance in woml. On the premi es area good Dwelling 70; ? superior extensive assortment oT i-i
now receiving r.n / *
!? Tin .
The: vt.e\rt Ft scppiited'by MK) Chase 1W Whigs, and Tree Soi'.crf. concerned. tiraldoin! and dependency under which they have too hi>u C, (;'in Ib'tii-e aud Strew with ner' cabins iO ** extra Fl-ur, TA1I Cassimeres. Vestine Drap d'Ete, White, C.1! **' *

JFor (Clerk Iv A Hlbbard"inppan, of Plymouth 1S3 ecatU-ring, Dem, The J-Juifip'on ll'ur.-Tlie f-neign rnini'-tcN in long labored. We claim, then, fiom all lo\crs of the and all other out building. To a c"Ml pun ha ,cr. this S leaf Lard, lroxvn and Fancy Linens, White and Figured liar- ?iVa*

: Il 1 Ausuu S. MaiJiall, ofOoucord, Asentaut Clei k, Washington imdoubtedly JKIJ-SC-O a key to the app.ncut South and friends of a truly home literature, that sup is a rare l>oi1uiitv. Tirrns made ay. Address 2 l.hb. el'oieC UgrJ, 5Llls.all f-f whieh I anipreparedtomakeuponshortflTitiC&I **i, v. *! '

%Tele clte4.A lethargy and want of spirit hick the Ilusi-o-'i'ur- port for our Woik which will enable us to give it a me Lrou-jh the Tallabusee Pott Oice, or fee meon 2u i5IX.5 Chr.e, in the most fashionable stiles and gn reaaoaa- 1? i* i .. ,
kith has been J. LLIOF. )ih,! WLui.kev, *
Var proM-cuted of lute. They linvepositixe the premise hicterash.ALSO
utd he venier fleet, N. "TJ. Baker, wiU be ir.aujt- 5irformati.ni leading them at lcf.pt to Lelu-xe free cour.e, aud thus make it eminently worthy of Ju.ue1O,1'5-1. 2.1 yo) bushels Corn .cl'- *

and deliver bis message tmorronv. that the current Vienna negotiation {of the four Powrrt the wurld'aluiiration and our own pride. 1 box IVef Tongues, A LAKf.K AND WELT. Sr.tECTEn SnCK OF fl_f,Y.__'

\ bate lefultcd. Ro far in n f.rmil nilifiritii.n fiomPrunu I April, 1651. C. MOKTIMEIi, Publisher. An Ordinance I READY-MADE CLOTHING, J' ,,
Inauguration of a Govenor, Sec.Omconri Austria, nnd all otlu-is contiuling the foreign T> proHLit tht ro\riny cf J'M'MH'J footer cthfr 2t.) [Ibis. MIases, Ac.. A.C.ISEUKTit. Con istin" in hart of Cnslimnrctte Frock and Sack "f"";

N. II.. June R. policy of the German State*, to liui-wa, saying how Sd1J1107ce UtffP the t-'ttffts, < >"/' n>m iir frr1isurjtsiJ47i ROWLES.Miv Coats, Fancy C'.>1-red Frock and sack d>ats. Tweed *1 *->- '
,rh i l. g olature met In convention this m.rning.i far they v ill pt-niih the Czar to carry out his Km- The' f-llewing resolution was adopted! by the South- t'tf luni'it a/the City i-f 'J'u-/ah'it. 2. ISSI. :,) Sacks, Prap d'Ete Frock, Sack and Fuinei.d Coats t .:> ; ,1. i

ir i elected democrats to fill the 'Vacancies iu the tern policy. They dread l an invanon from Louis eni Coniinercial Convention, held ui Charleston iu l>i tic I-it'nJint on f Com Alpaccu Suck arid Ua.uwsJ Coats, WLite. Brown sod *>r r
XaMil] <*m'* horde r>n the xxesteru 1 orders and bv BEITOKDAINKD Copartnership Notice. and Summer <
nate and Hou efrov Apiil, 1M14 : / ('illi'f Tiil'- a+ ff, TluJ F.ncv LTtwn Co.-.ti Black Drspd'Ete '
Biker was inauguraled this aftern'vin.! TbeiinKtfsion means L'hine. of their have fears been thut be will ()U1Ctiert's 111- ItrsoiAm. That the Southfni Quarterly Review, from and af-er tics t l i'c l.ixxful fir unyjKr"U K-raiirneil have this day -entered Lut> a co-i Ca-sfmcrc J'antV.'Lite and Fancy linen Pan's( '' .,-,
HK-V fwd
to fignify to XieboLi T Vest anti Plain .
for M.irsei'.les ?,
th Fancy
inaajtiration embraced Tie White' an.l Fancy
Icpiswtixt1 throw. < to he tl.roxxn iu-' in theWHOLESALE
) ] or ptrsiinto ir e.-n.-e partucr.ship '
that if be make "the wois Come to the) worst tlu-v published m the City of Charlett-.n, by a native of } Shirts"ColLirs Undershirts.Drawers i
committee, the city government, pex-cral Diilitary will nt-epsaiily, be fuud in ngninhtbiiii. Vir iuui, and edited by one of the Tii"ft 1timiiihicdlit to anv of the .streets IT puLIic Square of the C.ty; or J Silk Vests Cravat .
auJ fire compmm with three bands of music. AND RETAIL Gloves. l1i''icry&e. JOHN
euclo. irpithii the limit of this >
: Ciry wi
)Ir.s retrograde in the e an-v g.-titletueri of the Smith, being I the ouly IViioiliral i- upon ally y j jai
moyemeiits Piiucipalitii-H rud i ih
J1c 11 ?
(tiKrnrti's S 351.
message was practical and nir*tlv4rtntedofl of that tide uf f' )d orotlcr eubatanec hi..tinir/i.z t'u'i rand eu. April ,
(iiee als the LcMtatum manifo ted by the allied! character printed and piWished in the IDDELTJGZ3TJSX3SJ jEJiSSVMiK
'ml M.attcru, briefly alluding to national Southern all otfeudinsr tl.all coil%ilIoi. if --- - ----
tbcttelling that their commaudei still States and bating always defended the institutions ptrs''nso ujioii
; j
I Ji'i ics. I It fully) *-ixlaru-s the a'dminibtratiun.Iti'ihe settlement of the trouble by gotatimi.. rather anti.'ipttea than i and intent-ls: of the South, \\t entitled to the a white JWIBPII. l be fiu.-d in a sum t-f ii't I-'s" tl.an : THE XAJIK: AM) STYLE OF *Dx{. T. B. LAMAR
I House, Mr. Flanders, nf Mancboftcr. (wliig.) |iatronageuf the Southeui tufity or haliTe than iso 1ip.l"rI dnlar! *, end! imj'risouinriit th .
., by force t'fanis.Se, know that nu'h iiiipic&rioij. people and this C.xiveutKtn BARNARD a.MAXWELL. FFEP.S his Professioneti services ta public.-
4titr liiccJ a series of reso'utiii th dis- than O
opposing of not less tlrin thirty day* nor more
f. eurnehtly recou.cnud it to their favorable be found at the forusr re-Idemv Pr.
are prevailing reigu tuibanreof, the ili'sf-ouri c-mproniise, and the exten- to-day sidc ration.** f.jur mouthS at the discretion i.f the Intcudnnt, and 1 TIu' xx ill be 1.letscl to( see their friendsni'l"patroih
the ads jet-b rec-ci'ed. Hunter. tue ThuxasvilLj road, eight milts J r
James 'In
*i'>n nf p'avm' in the Territories-condemning the upon orfrw of color icfed aforesaid, -- : at the old st.mil of 1 II D.ittnrd.: ... "
_ _ _ _ any slax e person com from TtlIaliasoc'. I 2 '
'o-'Jucto'Merii XoirU Jr.. fiijr. of the Mortar. corner of Minrotand
: Williams and Harry Hibbarj. uLullbe pu'iJjed with not less than tlurty-nin' fctiipesto Cm* : -s : :
ntl I lauling the actiun of Messrs lutienlgctuJ The Citireu" (John Mitehell! ) is eevere on the Sljip llrnis. be inflicted b/ the M.irhull or hi* Uj}>utx, hi-till -
: llorris on the Nebraska bill.Tlie Boxtoiiiana and the clergy. ]It is
election of two Udited States Senators was to All tue \iolcnec enacted in (he capital of the old TOUT OF ST. MAIIKS. three moutlu!, at the discretion of the Intcndant. and l to their line of bir-intss! aiid solicit the patronage of : 4' ?
anti barrel
tare taken I5ay State, j is the result of tt-aehingft of holy men ol shall -ceire during saiil term of imprisonment, thiity- tlicirfiituda iiid tLc publw.i Tl ICE in tierces, half tierce* new landing
place yesterday.-FLO. & J. JL X Also Middling or broken side,
God-ministers of the of of horn AHUIVED. ten :. \nNAui). JR.. per ll.uruolio.
gospel j J.eace--.otie millie ctrip s every (iayl.
actually instigated the fanatical rabble_ to their bloody June 7. Sdnifincr Phoenix, ThompHon, from AnaIndiio.la Pawed iu Council thi/2''d May. ISM. G. TllOUP MAXVv'ELL. for sale by JI.-NAU011T' 10& OKMOND. jNew1xrt,3IareliIllt'Sl j-

The Sentence of Major WyseWafbitigton. woik. The only law acknowledged by these apostles in bdla.-t.: WM. 1L HAYW'AUD! Lilendtnt. Fcl.ruaryllISr,4.( ) 5 -- .

of sedition is, what they call the higher law," a b. S.-lr James F D'adfurd, Ilunn, fiom New Orleans Attest G. \\ llLraii.v, CluL: -
<- } the prwcdinss of the Court President Martial has npprov- code Inown only to thenihehes and the devil. Any with liCd Backs corn 57 bbl*. j 1wrk, 12ak June 3, 1S54.QuineyMaICafldFCIllaIe. S2 NEW YORK. DAVID C. WILSON
finding JI jor law human divine that does lcon, 40 bbls flour, 1 Lhd and _
or not with this b bbU. 14 E
W\nc diso'diencc of square sugar BREWER &. CALDWELL in the attention cf bi.
guilty orders but not guilt Hacks oats 4 bbls '* "HAKES pleasuie calling ens-
law execrate siud whiskey. fcS bdls nulze.
they trample, spit as of 110
vindaet UJKMI, Academy. *
< < unljeeoming an ofijeer tend a gentleman. Sehr JJ Jtomors and the public t> the choice and eitensiT i'
force or obligation.To Taj fiom New Orleans, with SUCCESSORS TO CENTER ACO,
prpuidf( mitigates the Bent nee dmniicging the to return to 1960 tacks corn. IOU bbls flour, 6U natks.irn r plIEnext f.Oa5iO:) will bcgij on the first Monday ausoitnient ofSPRING .'4.e
compel a lazy wooly-1teaded 12
frmn Msjur rank fioAt, command the service and pay.to nix montli'e MttspcfMuon his master and woik for a living, is the bijrhest crime ti reea bans 44 bbl pork, 1 tierce rii-e, C biAs lar.f L iu Jtie and end on the l.i-t Thursday in October.) and GENERAL COHMISSIOX MEIlfHiXTS, ANn SUMMER GOODS,

.. a140 known to the higher law. To day a white man of 4 bUs fceed oil, 1 Lhd eugar, 1C packages Buudties The institation is furnished with a fine apparatus nrriraTs.
The VT r Department emsure the laxitv of "5 htudciiU of itlr sex AV. 2U, OLD SLU\ \\liich be has just received by all the recent
the Qnarter-miieterV Bejwlmeut in not making more the Caucasian race-an officer of mere human law, empty bbla. affords superior advantages fc' ( rJ 19 null is now opening for hupectioo. In the disposal t.It F
car -fuwUctions for transorts.Tlie | who assists in enforcing its authority- a deed entitling June J2. Schr Elizabeth Williams, from New for obtaining a thorough practical edu.ati.mIj" .31ayI3ISt. \i hereof, he plrd s liiimmiriwt U> be nuder oJ upon
likewice tlie ber who it in York, via Key U'c'rt._5 Department
publi*.hci the report nf aocotr.plislws to a biglicr seat pluce.- the szii.ue terms, by house in this city. -
(he Court of Inquiry into the cii cumstanecs atteucing the Seventh Heaven than St. Paul the Twelve AJKIS- PabFengers, ll<.n.S..I. Dou-hifcs lwlv.vliiU.ieu and I the Prineipai[ at *10 per montii. For fuitlnr partu-u- To THE PLANTERS OF FLORIDA. Auion? the above any, may be found a very rare acj

the San rranrisc'j calamity and concerning the -eon- {ties, or any of "the noble Army of Slariyrif who servants. Kejiort'i jilaec onic, : heahhy 'hen he left lars retpietit1g rates of tuition Ac. SIC pt-muted to cutaloL'ue Cotton Seed--No Humbug. &1OCC 5ivCtK.fl ut' '4
duct iii Cu1. Gates, but makes no suggestions of an have died for the sublime doctrines of Clmstuuii yor CLEARED which mar be procured by application
for the NH.I I. STEWAKT. I'r; cipnt.Quiuey. Ladies Fine Dress Goods, 1
Jditioeal: jK'calty upoa the veteran ColoneL freedom of man. June !O. Rcl r Phoenix, llompson, fur New undersigned, now in MifeHcippi but anon to ,
with 546 bbls rosin, C2 do pitch i4 bbU Orleans May 27. 1&51. 21_ TIE bomv, bus nude nrrun nuuUvith the ecnsistng-. in part of i.tff. :

Tirr. Jltn-SAi. ; But a stronger reanon that a sectional orgnni- 18 do spirits turpentine tar' mn t careful Planter in the M-leetk-n and iniprox L Brf-iiU Silks, Bemjj Robes, SoLu CuIj j 4 4'
TO PFU. Brnns.-Mr. IT. "W. Allen ration at the South could not with the vast Schr Wild Pig.-ou OLearv. for New New Store. meat (If seed. to supply! LIui uith Cotton Seed f'IIt the 4-4 Blu-k Silk, nn.l Figureil l, .
<> l/jui-iaia, that Col Suttle'i refusal to eel Oileaim. with
says numerical superiority of 11.5 bbls the Mock of goods next He has tafci-n jjreat )piius: to procure the Fancy Silk*. Ro1e-.Wbite French
P.urus w as in <-cnse<3nenoe of an existing law of MasEarhuMlte a sectional orSai ation at 24 cotton gins, spirits turjHntiiie. 4C1 Ibis IE subscriber has purchased crop. Worked. t4-
the Nozih.! and < ur c aiy hope ott&Mi rosin 35 do 29 and intends keeping a and beat B.-rt*. and will engage ti furultli time Crape de Paris.
wbicli provides hat selling inO.t Union is pitch, packages nuke, 1 bbl! hams, "i.uugar _L Hayward 4 t Haudolph! purest IMaines s ( mr"styles
any person a with that with better seed. irtmRe.ncwazIdsplCndid Borage ,
co-operation of Florida tlian have
will ever
patty at tie Kortb which Vettles, 12 bundles Hi stock is ass't-- Planter :
gunny bags. assortment. present
lave ia M-
Masiaehusett u liable to fine and imprison mains! true end steadfast to the Constitution." general all his friend to call and sec hiuu before been brought to the t-tate. He will deliver Figured Challies, 1..tJItt ;
*ucut. Tlie volume containing this law Mr. Allen We clip the above paragraph from the Macon IN POUT.Scbrs ted' and he invites good terms the seed to the order of the Planter in St. Mark jo Soln'1 Col'd. Tan, Brown Chalky Ik-rages, p
Tiltyraph. sell any
c.irrie-1 tAi C. l. Suttle, and reminded Mm that Le wa \\ e have been and wifi c
1Lrtadv under arrest t for kidnapping, and if be Bold foul advocate ( f the union of the Soutl with th a e tren- J Taylor, Block; Elizabeth, Williams.A Hou.e in the city. THOS. p KANDOLPJL certificate*,attested, as to the character of the articles Pink, Blue. Bloek and Tissues different i ty1q-is. "4 3,
tht eertsiidy would be held an wer ble under and true men of the Not th, to put down the ingant'-pure, 21Gwynn'S furnished, and the stamliog of the Planters from Whi'e IVriiffes, Mualiua ufa11kindst&e. k'.
lively I&ieI1in'! such n act; upon tbis be peal and law-defying Abolitionists. If we remain diudwl May7,1S4. whom they are obtained. The kind funu" hed a ill ALSO full assortment off ;

Tlicref5 ieThng hums "w 2tfaa6ad3usettL at borne we sl,all be driven out of the Coiiffd.racy, or treat Blessing to the Afflicted. Patent Reaction Centrifugal I* the Big White Mexican the Yick, the Pitt aud f f Ijteed amt.l l Embruideiies, Hat an
E/f/... !o, retui4i.1 tu sell lurs was in conseqvenn else we shall yield our rights. If the whole South t2T": Dr. H'Lane. the inventor of the Celebrated Little Brown. The lug White Mexican are time most (tonne t* and Trimmings, F.ots and Sfioes. tI(

])ii.trt Attrnsy,5 Mr-IIaktt-! the U. S. will but join hearts and Lands under the flng of Democracy .- Liver Pills, used these Pills for several year iu his Pomp and Fire Engine. .night after in Mississippi as the most reliable stock, Piiraw>L' and Fun, Wood and Willow War*. j .

the ritire: tif tb manner responsible foi- she can bet have an ovcrmbelraing party at practice before he could be induced to offer them to to any situation ; unlimited in power but will supply either of the other if desired. Oloves. hose, icLiitlics ., Hardware and Cutlery.
(onaurnrua1ti, "n sale it said will yet be be NorUi. We will stake our life on the assertion. the public in such a manner as to make them known ADAPTED Ieth'U; permanent in use ; and withal Planters ibhin Seed, can address him at Madiiou Gaiters. HoU! >w Ware and Iron, i I3T'

tboi-ity and U a pnrt }i5fl left with au But whether tt be true or not, we will not take eouo. throughout the country. This learned physician felt so kwfa b) l ,,th4 they are rapidly superseding Mother. Court House Floiido, pobt-paid Ties and Buskins. tc, Groceries, <&?., Ax, Ac. I

mony to vua'e ae purchase.77g. eel of our fears. That "vaM numerical superiority," tie came repugnance that all high-iniuded men of science .. The attention of Planters is especially called JOSEPH L. DUTTON Gents Dress Good,

bas no terror for us in this controversy between our teal iu entering the lists against those unscrrpu- to its efficiency for Drainage. It is a j perfect safe guard April 29, 1854. 17 tf And all other articl s required by the count ry or t '

PrfRd ,,r-A wlitt.r in tie.y section and the Abolition party. Let WLIgs and Ions empirics who obtrude their useless nostrums upon against the ill effeeU on cotton and other plantations tow n resident In6neourttoeke0ost5rtherkm i ibe j, 4'

fl$ catidijatep at the next Eenel Tlimsj ill Democrats ia both sections, who are true to the Conttitution the public, and rely upon a vystom of puffing to of the destruotix e rains of the Southern climate ; Mud, Land for Sale. substantial realities, than in puffs and outward 6p- If

)l.l3'utoi f.jr the Peidencv and WU S and the Confederacy, unite and whip Abolitiouism ustaiu them. Convinced, however, of the real value nrnvfl, aud other substances do not injure it. It is pearances.
fIrtlJe Tier; PreKidency-to'U eetd o( lLSiward oat of the land. Let the South be united at of the Liver Pills, and influenced by the plain dictates adapted ** Steamers, Manufactories, Mine*. Water I WILL sell my plantation on terms that are reasonable April 15,1854. 15 D. C. WILSON.
tli.TLnILNC1JrUkaiteL We sliafl eoncse, by all of duty the Doctor finally sacrified his delicate feel Works for large cities and all situations requiring and nrco.-nmoda'ing to purchaser. It
Iiai-dly b nvfatM. Kome (Ga.) Southerner.EMICUATIXO .
1fl; toe partial to Old Bullion, if we ingi o? the altar of public good. His great medicine powerful pump Sizes manufactured of from 25 to lies in Jefferson County, Fin., eighteen miles East of Tobacco. t '
'piiipn epr5 U- Las the Call and beatised Tallahassee, in the neighborhood of Wankecnah. It
that be eant )iudneej to opt disappointed expectations of the medical galtnims per minute eltpRlty-
Wk with Sew.-j 100,000 of land anal in Rwxl repair, with two hundred received a large lot nitbe raricu
l Warehouse choice TUST Frsnc't.
?o'Le f'411w. Far iii he baa fafleu TO THE NEW: Tcaivoans.-The Savannah practitioners, at whose instance he was induced to oftbee facts, at the Offioe and 43
l' from his Liriner cleared. Lanai bnvers come and .1 the Dercrer Tobacco, which to the trade will K. ..1i
iib his inclinations. From of U. S, No. S3. Brcadwny. and sixty acres see
we 4h) wit believe he Lai dCsor. fiintintl, Publisbod la Andrew counly, Mis- forego everp quarter do we Union p0wer Company _;
!.' a .- ,, Jed as I souri, on the west line bus neak of millers across, bear the most p-attfving accounts of its wonderful cu- New Yoik-removtd from No. SI, nearly opposite, for v ourselves. AXUEKSON i PEELER. at cost and chnnrev. D. C. WILSON.Arnil .. ;
rathe effects-the Eat jiud the West tic North it. May, 1SSI. IS tf :!, .
the State limit ; Settling tu I'm'ebraaahanaas{ we and ,hl3y 21,

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mSRs: BETTON i WHIT AKER.. k Ita.. tf
l OIL EXTRACT 0V OT& TALLAHASEE }FLORIDA 1VJL call your attention to the tlegant assortment of Singer's Pateat Straight Nee.lePtlt I.

.'. -'J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ja Goods received per Wacia," and adapted to your DICULAR ACTION SEWING ICHIs

DRUGS AND MEDICINES.! 11 sole uu. WHICH hare acquired an unequal

1. .... all
-- .In parts 01 the 1Vorlttat.
4. i For the Complete Cure of Coughs Bronchitis. nnFl'3naT, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments Edgings and Inscrtings. ery variety of Sewing are now offered at the r .
A lhmnt
Colds., Ilallel.a. Blood. nnd nil .. .L- Spices, Snuff, Window tl1al!. Paints, SWISS Ednjs it Ins'ngs. Maltese Edgings, cash price of OWE HUNDRED DOLLARa' f*
: pt' 8p.Uln. tending to rS Oils, Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, Valencine clear profit from the use of .these ruacLineiiii nt
other -
ifcCHERRY -- : aud Glass Ware Patent Medicines, Smyrna" Real 1500 to $1000 a year, depending on tie kind of frocq

) AND LUNGWORT COlslmprlon. Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Saxony Smyrna Flouncings. done.We
.: wish te call the attention
and Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes Blonde IIWhite of taajjufacttj

i. FOIl THE CURE orIloarsness Paint! Brushes, Fancy Articles, ticularly to our newly invented and entirely 't"l

C u l1's, olds, Spittingof rTMIIS preparation i!getting into use all over our Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.He Goods.IACONET Wachlie to Sew with a Single Thrt
JL The numerous letters we receive from has recently received per brigs A>a Sawyer and '
Swiss Muslins
country. Cambrics This instrument admirable
is so in
of Blood, Mgbt Sweats, Asthma, our various agents informing us of cures effected in 'I, )Monttnk a Loge and Fresh snpp/yofevery vari..tytlf J Check Book" so perfect in its operation and tetuJttJl&titcomtWe.1IIithe
?!. Liver Complaints, and. their immediate neighborhoods, warrant us in saying articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and Striped Nainsook unqualified approval of all who

it i!one of the Ot. if not the very best Cough Medicine Physicians will always find at this establishment a full J.' K'J Col'd Curtain art of Sewing by machinery. For linen ttDdfrttaM,,1
It almost of thin* needed and the liberal Atj
. CONSUMPTIONrTH public. invariably relieves supply every uu moat "
n." the DR. JOHN DULL.SOMKTIIINO. Linen BisLo 's Lawn. H the only that can make stjw whD8"-
not unfrcquently cures very worst ca- terms. '
} \ Ctlll be alll has been !prevented in tliou.t ant all other cough) preparations have Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction remain distinct- nd beautiful after.. .
_' tut.'sof bv tin* naturr't, i awn remedy"j ses. \ flle Mourning Goods. work and every sort of leather St,' _.or
: tae as ( guaranteed, with regard both to and
.! :>* '\'" el1l:? ::: IIC.\I. EXTRACT OF CHERRY this) 1m'rci\'velll1Ic pltt.ute.:CU t Drglrll.the l\nll'1 Agentin NEW AND VALUABLE. [tialitv. Physicians prescriptions carefully prices com- B i.'K all wool de Lames, Black Satin, king-Maltrassen and all Sewing hi "'b G EA 1I'Ia.
A N I) Ll'.Ni; *\VOUTIL-This medicine unlike most nearest town what has been bis exjwrience ol The rnMt powerful Ring on the tIoee of the Rlob nOW pouuJcd. Ikmiljoziiies, lair Crape, REQUIRED,the r
ihe! 'cniodivs of the day is the result of the your : irlfim% ruprnne In tin American Republic. The power of this machine cannot be equalled. It is ?
11 ]>Ht'"jt the effects of this medicine. If he has been selling it of iuk into 'InnIgnlacanMWhen Also, EPPIXO'S COMPOUND FLUID EX. Figd Silks, French nior
f>f the rrowneJ hfmJn Europe iu construction and
..1r1u1 i *MIV; und r.rprr/IIf""$ of scientific and .'. for length of time, he will tell you compared to that ofour Atnrrirao Kl"ftKiiroMKD TitACT OF BUCHU. Watered do English: pie its much more easily minuti

;.T -r, ;,'rce.: /.iS(1q'f.. ; *. The two principal ingredients an' THE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT. K\nft employ. the po.rr YMW J in them to. J December, 1853. 51 '' Plain do M'uing Sleeves r* Collars. and operated than any other.--
J J\"t. Jiz J eon kll.m'u1llhl' celebrated.U IS lncrrae th rlrhwi of tli rirh and lordly ant to rider.to -- Hereafter We shall be prepared to supply virietvof
L > ,'aF.1UtYHK.Whl'U the strength of Below we give a few extract from Idtr we hay rrr. &rrr Our mJ Am.*rv rlc awd n King degradation g<*. forth.the with poor equal and wIlliT.DfiM Pndent. .?- Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. Handkerchiefs. wing machines-each perfect and complete iu

tvu. i* :.r'/' nil ejrtmctid is the l ei>t medicine known received lately regarding the ,'irtuC tis medicine.Dr. to the lordly inannton and hutuMe rabm,rca-lj fllake ffBOXES Window Glass assorted sizes kind at the following cash price. ,
dif to adiiitnitter rr l lf and to offer health and bll>I.lon. 10 1 T ADIES Emb'd lI'dkfs. Ladies Hem Std Il'dlfs. 1. Needle and shuttle machine of
) and ether Pulmonary of Knoxville Ga I have
f.1 :ri' the worst Ootighi S. S. Osliu says:- \ the rich and the VFU 100 kWJite Lt-adpureextra& No., J-4 .. present !
$ *a..... It !loosen the phlo-pm and enables the siilterer/ 11 been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively the lofty and \\J pour. 5 barrels Linseed Oil, C'bric Tape Bordered style on wooden box .. .. .....|jw "\.

jfiK-ctorato easily, .WIIlI"lIc l will cure the worst cold pjictice for three years and it is with pleaure DK. JOHN HUIj I.'A 6 Lard Oil I. 2. Needle and shuttle machine} of present

I-tm ..r c IU.JL, wbicb I ifnl'gcctcJal\\'a! 's leads to Consumjc !I nn"that 1 state. my belief\ pat mpenonty o\er all GREAT AM RUAI KING O PAINH! 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Collars & Sleeves. style on iron frame.. .. .. ... ...tl1S .

tla .:ft.I ; other niticlcs with which 1 am acquainted, for which 20 nackpge Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and J bbls.) MBR'D Collars, Embroidered ,Ice-M, :3.Needle and shuttle naLeLinewith nrily .j
LUNG WORTH.This i ill a plant the virtues of it is recommended. II the TUTU \fo I>m OF TU I WoRtB, and the preatent 2 barrels Itt.ctifit'll111... Oil, E Mourning J"'Cte inventedfeed suction and checked spring..,la -

which! are known to but few, it Lw! bocn Mid by the M'pr8 Fitzgerald & 'nnet.writing from Waynes- Mewing UaiJI) mot h'l\rnt'llIl.1t'n of aU' linn--! that nature has pnided >' thi rruiedy. All Spirits other li' ht sewing.. .. .. Jijj
ville, N. C,. say:-"The Ivt'rwort and Tar are becoming You hare only to un magical Turpentine in l barrel]. and at retail. A general -
U > a remedy for each ntul vtrry dieatoc.IJ, the daily more i '> country, and we tIiiiiiho will( auffur and will not acrrt't .the proffered aswirtmeut of Colorn,jru.I. .au.1 other Painters* Silks, et cetera. 5. do. threaded machines forscwing bags

discoveries that are daily nudu go to prove its truth. think justly "so. I who have tried it speak eonimendiiblv lialui. Urrv woud..rulmrJi..ine.not the 1'iiy cf during their the fiuiilItTl.i' brief-* period .lnc materials. D. II.AMES.24.185S. sacks and carpet bags,. ... .. ._.fly

,+ Jnnztrorth is Jou1.tlt8/tt. ,(flnJ" degigntdby notttrefor of it, Al say it is very beneficial in alleviating It. iiilrO'lurtion lia carried happinrsi ro ti,. hearu of lecemler d GLACE Silks. White Satins, 6. do. threaded machines for shoe work

';.1' Contumption. Iu heR inJ properties: arc the complaint* fur which it is recommended." thoii-iijds. IInd ma-la life a rharui to many who hereto. Silks, mack" and leather stitching. .. .. ..!lJ
1., wonderful nnd the with which it font regarded j it only as a p"luCuland mierablivxUtenre Wines Florence Crape Liessee.BFk 7. do. threaded machine with
truly rapidity cure Syrups &c. apparatusto
Our in Pickens District, S. C. Mr. S. R. kFal. To the wiu .ith .ll I.mimcutKinbroratioD'. 1'nin "
J( the Vorst of Ulcerated ootJiizigan1 subduing Agent FigM Tarletons ass',1 Col's. bind mattrasses.ilc,. . .. ..
case Lunge, assures us that he uses it with great benefit in Killer* mid Tain KxtrarK'M: and let million.. of glad Otard Brandy, Fresh Dates .tJ
f c' l all irritation, almost immediately, i is a proof of) and ritimimends it his toiiguM ,proclaim the 1\I..nr. of the great American. OLD Port B1kVat'd White Silk Illusion, 8. do. threaded machine of extra size for
own family t Iwighhor"ft King of I'ain," a preparation co-npowd x>lt\y\ of ng..ta.bl"e Claret] Brocade 111'k" "
These coat
this linings---------------
its adaptation: to di"'nsc twonricl'I'OI. gives an in"tlce.of negro! woman in his vicinity and nx.ru, pruJureJ hy Awer l'.'* owu rich aud Madeira Old Port Juice Wat'd quilting .IJ.
WhitB Blonde NeLL
.1 Lined wilt other 9. do. tbreaded machine of larger size fur
purely vegetable ingredients, f"1 1 had been suffering with disease of the lungs for bollufrOue lIt.il.We Sherry, Cider
mediciire] that) i in certain; cure the wor3tcasesofCn- v1o ho relieved would af'k the LAMM who are always competentJudipn I. ndon Sparkling quilting extra sized linings,.....$150
severe cough, was of wliAt is and mint l is not a TaluaW(f-uniiv medicine Porter Scott-h A h..
; year utl.n.lclwith Ribbons & Trimmings. do. threaded machines
bclore sufferer i is 10. adapted to
if taken the
-i': cumption entirely lap
: of Lain
pros L the Tar. to do in a fperi.il favor by siting the 'Kin* Brandy Peaches, Cherries
:'f trated. Do Ilt be discouraged trial can do no harm \Such Li\crwlrt the good rcpnts we hear of this medicine a iingle trial. and if ?IIli.C..t"rJ' exert their lufluence Raspberry Brandy tt Siwh Rib'ns. Black Silk seaming coat sleeves itc,...._...IJQ
". but will (\I\.ince the moot -sceptical (If its real worth all are of the South. For report of the surprising in iLl behalf recommend it, .|*.ik well and often eC it., Syrup" Sardines. BONNET rV :alilJ'. Zephyr ".% .FriI1J..es. 11. Embroidering :Machine making an ornamental -
fiom parts 1 that It t U u-oj by their atllicted ntigit.nF4Tb.) Strawberry Fresh Ixib!ter
.'. f THOUSANDS: OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS and Mr* .. .t Bell Worsted stitch with two threads.....*.1JO
: cures has performed in the We"tcO.Noi I them Ijiiiiex am al ay*charitable,aud when they Induce Lemon Shad. Velvet Cap Binding
;. : Imvc beon deceived).IIpcteJI.in buviug medicinesvhih anti Eastern it States,we would the suffering fuflfrinir frivndii to u> thin really valuable mitdlrine, Ginger '> 'a Silk Braids sl assorted White & Col'd Bobbin, J 2. Machines of large size for Sewing awnings -

wore lid to)be fallible cures,\>ut which have to read. the pamphlet in\'it accompanies each) they will be doing 'nn Ihi act "if lienevolvnce that they inHicalrriuedy can Pine Apple M Salmon White Silk Fringes, Snaky Curd L Tapes. and ships sails with fixtures and
patient well ha ,pri-od if in a poarrful awl trmy Clams
2 proved onlv but this medicine i is not only ... .. burns, apparatus complete from ... .$400 to 1500
4 laUliH's. bottle. To all we say, have hope have hope ft>r all external eli." sort*. rlllui'< Gauva Jelly, Pre.;ervetl Quinces. -
.. pallitivc but ulceratedMng*. Itcontniusif &c., and for ninny iureru.il afllirtiuut. ,it I U a,'rerum cure, Currant do. Gloves & Mitts. Machines will be fitted fur any unusual peculiarity
.4r. > deletcrous Drugs undone trial: will its astou4s TRY THE MEDICINE! yet it U pvrlw-tly li.irmle', and I." !llh!e i.f producing Peaches of work on reasonable terms. The MacLines are
< prove the least Irijuriuu* etfcru iu tue moat oldie a'." cane or Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds, T ADIES ass'd and colored Kid Gloves *
jelling (li"I.: better thau any assertions or certilieatcsin BE WARNED IN the wraWent rllnlCrit utl\u. -If t curely packed fur transportation to any part of tin .
Flavoring Extracts i. 4' 14 "
-It I rtiriag Consumption and all diseases of the Lungraiu : and neglect not that cough which is daily weakening It U entirely u.i-lm* to follow the .>;M and, worn-out YrMt"tIers Spices Pickles., L1lS1.IIIIlIle II Silk IIII world and full printed instructions using and bell'
: ;.Avar, such as Spitting; of lli1. Cough*, pain in constitution. throat and lungs, and yitein of pubhthin' to the |>ul>lic tuuupiii44Of certificate : Beaver ing them in order are furnished with each machine.
your your
irritating .
of wondeM j>c/T niie'l by thU iue line It t coat Corn :Starch: Salad Oil, ('jishmere **
:: tLf andchtft t. night-i-wtatt, tc. d'f. inviting (In that dread Ili/ea: ', Consumptionvhen 1' but t"' nt>-Gve cent to try it: and Lir. Hull Make hil1111'11.1 Olives, Machine needles, Silk twist on spools- cord Encn
I ation.-To protect our own as well n the Coiituuiptive soothing and hcalitiu'a remedy can be obtained as Dr. .( reputation on the King of IVm duiug all cud Worcesterf-hire] Sauce Capers, Buck Gaimtlftts, thread, &(.,always on band and for sale at lowest csa
; sufferers nreoblitjed to can all to tiud Rogers' Syrup o of nhd Tnr. Biore thau lie claim fill' it. Cocoa. InK Silk Mitts, prices. Principal Office No. S23 Broadway N.Y.
We would ask, hare )OU the Jlli.umatHia or Com: Engli )Mustard I). H. AMES. II Worsted "
. the of COMSTOCK A BROTHER the BRA>CH OJ'FuDI-5'i South Fourth Street, huh.deiphia. .
signature know that
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITSand then* are not ileaxaut companion* uud "e December 21. 1853. fl Oetoher2S53. 4S
'p wrapper, without this it is worthless couutci feit. Jteiiieinbtr jou would likv to drive thrui away iu oou Mth O..lbi.. -- ---- 159 Baltimore Street. Baltimore. 47 Baa
:' this.CARLTON'S. base imitations.. The genuine article is signedANPREW i o use Just Received, per E. Remington over Street, Boston. 197 Elm Street.Cincinnati *
'i each Imttle. Would you be cured almont iiumvdia'cly of Bowel AFRESH supply MEDICINES lIE undersigned, Agent of the above Company.will :March 185-1.11 3m "
-It i is now used in the principal hospitals! and in the Price ?1 per bottle, or fix bottles fir $:5. Sold Complaint Djwntry..Summer CUIUPI.&lIll.h.I..ra Mor- Oil-.Dye-Stuff, Ac, T receive application fur and! make insurance -- ,
practice <>f our country by, an immense mini bu, 'raiup :01\1': '. Head Ach.Tooth, or any other ache -ALSO-
private wholesale uid retail by .SCO V 1 L & MEAl D, Wakulla Iron Works
a/.ainM loss Fire Brick and Frame
or palo, the remedy I U ymipie and the cure certain.VSK by on Buildings ,
her of individuals and families, first nnd ceilaiulv
lu.t Sole for thieSouthein States, to whom all 100 Ounces
agents Sulphate of Quinine. Far r'urnitnrc Merchandize tc.
the of the PILES, nnd alu TilE GP.EAT K1X OF PAIS. NEWPORT, FLORIDA.
for extensively
11 cure
for mus-t be address .
orders and applications Agencies B-.d. D. H. AMES. 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS.
and effectually as to baffle credulity; unlecs "!Ire its Would you hare jour Sores, SMeiilogi, Cow, Daroi January THIS Establishment ia now in full operation. AH
EfrftalIv in/he cd. rVald, itruise*, or coy other Mound heaied, we repeat April 22. 1851. 1C will be attended to with udall
witnessed promptness
1't are f"UlWIII Sold also by D. II. Ames Barnard: l t :Maxw, it, uiHi the -- -4-- -
., work done with neatness and
:-Dropsy .,c'I f lU"",at;,, tte or Nash .t Co., TallahasseeV.. Rogers & Son Ch.it ta- MAGICAL KING OF PAIX. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS Extensive .Assortment of dispatch.All
kinds of work such
as Steam Work MUork
j Chronictgii'lnt/iinintliate rt1Slr( Throat, linnttr, hoocee; Gco. F. BaUzell Maiianna; Jordan it IXnid Would you be cured of ?rald Head. Huff Joint., flare SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ,
fiprainn, Burnt , Q.;iiM>,v; A. II. Wilson. N ewpol t; aainucl I'u- Thnwl NuraU.!; Sure lireast, 1.ub.iao. T"tter or lUng GROWTH OF 1853.RUTA Gin Gearing Sugar Mill Circular Saw Msduacrj
. frcbh (Ir of 1 lc'n" "tnn.: .1 1.-Id. ..,. 11(I011' ton, Monticello.February Won,,. Salt Klieuui. Dim of rm."iiiiU4 lifn- ChappedIUqJ.4 ? TIaga, Flat TurnipCabbage.lVet", Adjust Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings Brus
Upon adults anl chi'dien in reducing iheumaticexrelliugs ie and all other : >rv*. either dry or runniuK, w* ,. HEIR & RUST would respectfully call the i Castings -.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size, kttt
: 18, 1854. 7 4meow again cud agtin, TOCB Kinti i ii !r. John halF. D.H.AMES. of their friends
and loooening coughs and tiijhtn'ssof My customers aqd to the ex- constantly on hand. All work done in such an estiV
tlc 21 J. 1S53. Rl
cltt it by relaxation! of !the parts, has been surprising DR. MARCIIISrSCATHQUCON- '.KING or PAIN." ..- --- etjsive: and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer lisbmeut will be done by us, with a particular regard

h Jon J conception. The common reiiiark of ih-i c Would you be cured of Kings Kril.; Tuneer Tumnrl, Metallic Burial Cases. Good, which they are now opening. Consisting in to the strength and durability of the work.
used in the 1'ilis i is Ernpli or any dixea i.f the -Uu cu-rd by impure part ofLJents Workmen in readiness to
t who ban Jt acts like a charm.: CELEBRATED' blood, then une Ur. John Hull's .-npariU.t internally Competent always pot ip
It i anted to that will it. be ( Black 4 Colored Alpacca Sack & Frock Coats, Engines, &.
il win please any person try and the King of I'ain externally, bottling can uiure ..
' FOR TIlE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMALES certain edvctuul Lustre" 4. Terms will be and all work done
: 'u'ilf.- Never.buy it unless '-Ul find the fac ; than a fpevdy and cure.DR. liberal striatlyfcr

.I simile signature of Comstock d Brother, ITSTANDSpreemiuent JOHN BULL'S "Cashmerette: ". cash,or accepted orders r>n some business firm in-thus
lrllrcurs IfEte "
.. uu tho wrnpjicr.DEAFNESS.. 1h I'BINCIHAL OFFICK.Firra Prap place, Tallahassee or Quincy.

:: .-USP Dr. LARZETTS ''(It powers in all the Caoi SIRIW, 0>* I>oo. BM.OT MAI ,, TII undersivfned keeps constantly on hand I van "4. Merino 4 Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass,
for the of Deafncis.} Also, all ACOISTI( !'.dlf/ ..w for which,; it is LOUIaTILUtKT. sires of the Patent Metallic Burial Cases 4. PaJcto18.It AU letters must be addressed (post paid) to
>, .i tht'lp D'Ete 4.
curl la.
OIL : recommended] callei Drap M. IL FOND d CO
";. like the busxin! of iucdl falling *- mentioned in the accompanying certificate.
Mi"Ee. rORSALE DY DIttG(1lSTS&3lKItCIIANTTWtOUt7-( : Clouded} Mar eillei January 21,1854. 8 New' .Fit.
water, whizzing (''f steam which are 1 symptoms) of approaeb2Ig OUT hUE UXITEb STATL3. Wallace Cloth Frock Coats,
dealness. Persons who have b,* cii deaf fur Chambra Sack'' Manufactured Tobacco.
; and were to use ear Of these I). H. Al E.', Agent, Tallahassee. April 5th.MFSSR ..
, twenty years subject trumpe, _ are Pn-laj Kremlin! RECEIVING a further stoek of wine WO
; have after UMIIS on(Ixittle, L"I made well. _ .. sin Uteri or Falling _April 1_29, 1S54. ._ .17 Cm _____ '. FISK AVD RAYMOMI,.., Fancy Gingham II. JUST 9 assorted Manufactured Tobacco, at lower

; TO OWNERS Foundtr OF AND;nr.\LER: l: HOR -'.' :' of the Womb; Fluor. Spring and Summerc1cjt1iiii (JK.VI:, 'I.I\lis-We:Patent Metallic witiu-*Burial. l the Cuse."iii utility of ed"to your convey ornanm..tal Brown, White
I SES.-Carlol" Onll"fv euro of or Whites; Chronic Inflatnation 4.Vhiite and Buff Marseilles Vests, kets North. Traders will do well to examine unplr
the n-jnains of the late JJ 'I1.John C. Calhoun tot
':". Split Kif, Hoof-bound! l'lrlee. and Contracted and Ulccra :! 4. and fancy col'd Welting before ordering their Spring stocks. Will forrtrJ
:lie COIIr..i"lIal, Cemetery which impressed us with
and Feverish Feet AVounds in the Flwh tlOnoftl.eWomb'lu.cidcnt1 II. r
Brown Linen with ricfs attached A.
> to desiring
; TOreeivixIg, nl time well known btantT'A. 13CLAUlvK he belief that is time l samples | any
: it I'l'"t article known to U3 fur
Galled Backs Cracked Heels Scratches Kicks .
. Cut;, Hcmorihaor Bbi'-k Drap U'Efe Pants credit to 1st of April Will Le.gi Ten where any \entity -
a fine assortment of the dead to their final
*.t. on borcl.Co"toI.Al. Flooding; I'aiuful: raiMjvirtinjj; rtatir-tf-placa .. Elastlgue is required. D. 1ADB.Newport. .
i. of the above named articles are told Suppressed, or Irregular RR'\D\-UADI: IO'I'IIING, With respect we subscribe ourselves Yours Ac, Merino ,January 211854. 8

- O'ftrok Brother 2 St IVtei's PlaN directly _-_ _ _ _ __ _a_ Menstruation, .Vc.with .. f I'nitalJl' for Sjulii ati'l Siuninvr wear, coinjirl-iug in I JJ.; Clay, I). IL Atchis.n JelF. DatN, <:u""n'ij Cloth _
in tear of the A'tor House, between Karclayand alltlit'lr accompanying evils, (Cancer excepted,) part time following nrliolcf! : 0 jcwia[ C.IRJ", A. C. (;r'pue 1n.. King, White and fancy Linen Drill Pants Asa Jay.alminiltratorof

retey ttt. one door from Jii tQ11 a'',. New York, no matter how savere, or of bow long standing. Brown and White Navy Drill Frock it Sack Coats, D.[ S. it-kiiHon, Ian AVeJwtcr Henry Dojgr, Blue and French Cottonade, B. Cole and of Caroline Cole l Richard1
: to whom all orders must be directed. Also bv The Catliolicon J. M. Mason. j. M. Borrien, W. P. angllm. hit own right, and Margaret
: EDWARD far surpasses other remedies, in being Fancy utul AVIiite Limn I hill ri.t j do jo J rown and BleAched Jean Drawers
BAR AHn only in Tallahassee, who'i: the more cCl'talU.le expensive, and leaving the sst4Mn Clouactl ami Wliitc Frock and Sak Coats, October 1 1,18:1. :9 --. -tf--- Linen Bosom Shirts. Merino Undershirts wife of said Asa May, Complainants. I In Chancery,

only wholesale dealer for Florida and will supply in a letter condition. L jt all persons interested Striped and Plain Gltl1hamak Coats, fn thf Circuit Ctu I fur JfaJiton County J/tI.'t Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats r*. t in Jefferson

'I. country mNtbBnll at the lowest prices. By Johnson in such a medicine call and obtain a palOI''c.t JJl'k arid Col'd Drap (r'Kta Sac-k and Frock Coats, Circuit f tie State nf Florida-Spring 'J'tnn, 1854. Drab Beaver Bnrwell McBride,adminiijtrator County.

4 t }:ppl. }Monticello F Sixlf. TlxmiaM ile, Go, (free) coutaitmiugamplu proof, fi? n highly respcititbh: lo tin Sunitnor Cloth do dt Robert li: Jiop and Chandler) Black fur Drab bru-h and Pearl Hats Alexander] R. Murray Alvin Middle Circuit
nod on in town. sources, of the result] of its White and Col'd Drill I'. and wife, Caroline M. May, and
per every happy i ns!, topi-thcr witl wt., II. Smith n-itig the I Attachment Boys Black Sold.only Tallahassee bv I letters from first partners children and heirs of Richard B.
: EDWARD flAil.i.i3 claes experienced ph\Mi-iau- \\I. Fancy M.ir oillos I'antf, name und t-t\le of Bishop & > Amount sworn to ufanta fancy Pearl Hats,
NARD, Johnson & Eppes, Monticello, E. Suixiih have used it irt their practice, and cj c-ak from; their Fancy C.vfimcrc iii, for Summer wear111k Smith. I'll. silo 25-100 Fancy Ooods.Fibbons and Caroline Cole, deceased,

'bnn ali( D. J. Dickeuson, Bainbridge, aud by one own oltservations.REFKRKXCES. Drap c.I'Etl\.to do t..IoI J fendants.
Charles Ruseli.
. man 10 every town. .-Prof. Dunbar. M. I), Baltimore M.I. r iwy Mid, White Marseilles Vv&tn, of all qualities. Bonnet Cap White and JT appearing by affidavit of J./T. .Archerhat
I. October J 15. J 1S53.: 41Executors' J. C. Orrick. M. D, Biltimorp, NiL; 1' B. 1 Vrkham, M 1. Light Spring Silk \-t4.( : rii E Defendant and all other person interested (.Jf.loredttin Ribbons Black. White aud Colored J_ defendant Burwell McBride, resides eut tie Stats

I)., UjiN.! Y.; D. Y. FootiM.. I>, Sviarn-e. N. Y; -A I '(- required take notice of the commencement Velvet Ribbons.! of Florida, it is ordered, that said defendant sppwf

'f1 Not ice. M. H. Mills, )L I), Hfwlll'I tA'r. N. Y.; L. I). J-1 nain:. A general ac*ormcntof.Sliirtx. Collars.: Olovc, Cravats IIf thin filed suit iu said aud to appear and plead to the declaration Ladies Dress Goods and answer the complainant's Bill on or before tie

months after date to-wit M. D, Canandaigua. N. Y. W. W. lleebo M. cauac. Consisting in of- tint Monday in August next, otherwise the same will
i : SIX : on Friday the 21ft ; J) City !Hosiery, Drawers. Underbill and I Tarioua other ). WHIT part
: of Julvti Jrt, I shall present t the Court of of New York ; Prescott M. D, Conrd, N. II. articles too nIJlIIc'rUII'Itn ineiiti n., ., O. M. LEE SMITH. Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns be taken pro eon/euro against him. Provided, a cop/

Jrnb3t for tie County of Gadsdcn, my account and Pamphlets can be had gratis at thu drug Stores of A full a-tvirtnu-iit 0, Cl.tlis. Caiinere' Vesting', fur Plaintiffs.Ma.llson Black and Cd Mourning.Plain of this order be published in some newspaper published
"ulchen u Executor Estate of Itouben B. Hicks, the following A ent*. which the MiU-cnlJcr i i" prepared to innnufacture ton Attorneys Printed and Embroidered Organdies, in the Middle Circuit of Florida for four month

i deceased, and apply ofhl! Judg of said Court, for a D. H. AMES. Tul1aallllcc.] order the ph.'rl 'ft notice, in tl,". most Approvcd| _C. H" March 22,(April I.) 1!64. 8m 13 Black White nnd Colored Jaconet next preceding the said rule day in August next-

i final discharge: of which, mttCtll. will PALMER! A BIIOTHKR, Monticcllo, 'tyleand! Ix-tt possible niauuvr. All in want uf goodClothing Notice. Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bareges, OBPERED AT CHAMPERS. WAYLES BAKER.
. plue tale notice. BURWELL \LKl' IUJ.I.I'UUST: ( do. call. SIX months after date the undersigned admiuistra- Black Colored and Embroidered Tissues, March ((4th) 11, 1854. 4m 10 judg
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! Executor: of IL B. lckl. dl.
. January 21, Ib54. 6m. Da. A. IL BHEXLKY. Alli-ator. to. "y A. v." CLAUKK.ilarch (>f(radndeu'County.will present her final account and Black arid 2d Mourning add Colored Gugbams

Ix-tU-r addressed to MCMTS Reach A.- Brownson I Ifi. 18."J.: 11 uchcrs to the Judge of Probate of paid County, and fall qualities, HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

:. FAIRBANKS'PLATFORM Agents at Xewberry C. H, S. C., by Ucv. Re*. C. -'- --- -. -.- ----- wk to IK. discharged.! ELIZABETH RAWLS, IvJ.ing and Insertlngs of all descriptions, Capital Stock, $$300,00
!! I S. Beard, of SUitc. Notice.SIX March 1 S. 1 S;.L 11 filii; Ailiiinistratrix. Colored} Parasols and Parasolets
I SCALES same of the above Compan
. week Black and 2d Mourning Parasols and Parallels THE undersigned. Agent
OI.EXK SPRINGS Jan. 0, 181.M'sll's. after date, I will apply to the Honora In tIt Circuit;; Court far Jfaditvn County, Miilllr Gloves ofahl prepared to take risks against Fire on bniHifcgs -
LO.NO KNOW.X-SEVERELY TK8T-: BKACH & I). W. Owynn. Judge oflVoliate fur Ix oCiiunty t'u State Term descriptions, favorable terms
: BROWNS x-SIRS: I send I fur another Circuit (f j.'lcJriJIJ-Sprf.g Hii! Collars acd Visittes and their contents,on the most
: EDALWAVSRIGIITTHEACKOWLEDGTD bottle of your "Mai chili's Uterine Catliolicon." for letters of Hchnini-tration on the e.'t'ite of and Spring Capes, F. H. FLAGG. Agent.'
George Draper Linen Cambric
.", STA IARP. My wife has been afflicted fur eleven years, and a variety Mary A. Ikzeuu, deceased, late (.f said CountjTIIOS. -. B. Eldridge, partners Elen7.crl Handkerchiefs, Tallahassee.November B, 1863. 44 _

;r;.0 Yoi k,FAIRB AN KS Co.69 Water st. of means has Iwen resorted to fur t'licfJJUt none J. I'KKKINS.May20lR5 the name uud btyle of Draper l Attachment. Saddlery.
. ..bntew d was obtained until I received this medicine from vou. _- |..__--2U- --. 6t. d Eldridgc f Amount swum to LadieV Saddles. Velvet and Plush .f'at. DR. JOHN P. DUVAL,
o February 25. IKSt. R f.m Its influence seemed almost magical ; there was a vi. $jt 78-100. Cents Patent Leather Entanl Saddles, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA.
, Tin
manifest from the Copper and Sheet-Iron 4' .4 .4 4'I.
improvement day it was taken. Charles Russell. KpanLh
' As there are great many females iu our country defendant and all other Tennessee "
DRY for which the Mar- MANUFACTORY. THE : persons January i8, 18M. 4. _
Ligbcst "
" 1 IIDRi laboring under the affliction fur which your medicine taice notice of the cumtneiK-cnifnt of this suit Russet "

tUUU) let p i be paid. by proposes a remedy, I feel it-a duty to recommend it p !crilxrsf"nn the citizens of Tnl- antI nrc requested to appear and plead to the Decla 4. ,. Spanish Insolvent Estate Notice.

::! Ocbr 9. 18r 4 S. S. KNIGHT. to all such. CLOUCJHS. BEARD.: .Ifr THE .'ec and the xurn.un.linjr that rhitiolifiled in said Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do.. STATE OF FLORIDA )

, Wanted, J. B.MARCIUSI t Co., Proprietors Cvutral Depot, i W4 they are now prepnr 'l to furnish country customers cause.M.. WHIT SMITH. Bridles, Martingales. Riding Buggy and Carriage Madison County. f

'.'' : i rif\f\ DRY OR SALT HIDES for which the Broadway, Xew-Yoik. with all kinds of ware wholesale and retail, in their JAMES ). BAKER, Whips Valises Carpet Bags cl-e. &e. H. P.A TIE BS OX, ex-offieio administrator of
,. J-v/Lr vF highest market price will be paid by ; January 14,1854. 2 6m line of liu"dncM. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Hardware and Cutlery. Armstrong deceased having this day filed

, Ootobor.1 S. 1853. 41 I1FAIt A RUST. Notice.SIX The Subscribers call the attention of the public to Madison C. II.. March ..2.April( "1.) 1S.VJ. 3m 13 Knives and Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives. Guns in the Probate Offie of said County a written.ugg<$-
f their assortment IIf Parlor ---- ''eetion that he believes said estate to be insolvent:
Cooking and Wood Stoves, Powder g
Siiot Pouches Flasks and Game
;f MONROE HOUSE months from date, the undersigned Executor of of the latest style ; all! trinimt-d in e..nipletc (order at DEXTISTRY.DH. Door and Pad Locks,Cost Steel Daglt.and Trunk.B"x. Shovels It tf tkrrefor, otdtnd That all persons Laving

f. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. last Will and TestamnentofJjn) Isler,deceased, the lu\\ol mark t prlct'. J'lease call nnd examine IjIuWIS gives notice to his Collins Axes Chisels Spades claims against said estate do appear and file the same
: Angers Planes Cut nails.
: late of Leon County, will his final I U-fore aforesaid authenticated in the
present accounts purchasiiifr elcewhere. AIn, Ihittannia and f ends and patrons that lie has removed Blacksmith's Bellows in the office maunft
Iron. Hammers Stocks
: "l 'PillS well-known br/tel having passed from and vouchers to the Judge of Proliate forIeiiuCotiiity, Japanned Ware Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead" his Office to his residence in the Anvils. prescribed by law on or before the 7th day of AugU6t.t85
and Dit''. Screw-plates, Vices Corn
Hoes Shellcrs
. : I the hands of Mr. E. 1*. Moore into 1 hose of and auk for
a discharge. J. S. ISLER, Executor. Hnusp.wnik, IlfKifing Fancy Heads, fur Jut- building] known ns the Wyatt House," adjoining the ALEX. McDOSALD.Feb. .
gutters' Straw Cutters and Trace
; the undersigned ; the new gives n'Jtic to January 21 I. Ib54. 6m. 3 Plow-points Sweeps 1884. 5 jBra .of Probst
proprietor .__ teriug l'ipl'I'-t.-'lu,1' work of every description done dwelling of ]'. Taylor where he may be found at all Chains, dc, :. Judge _
;* the that is entertain transient .
public hp prepared -- -- -
--- with
t rAdministrator's neatness and time those
r prepared serve who need his ser *
may Groceries Bank of Charleston.
with the best the house affords -
permanent Notice.
aud 5t.UCr ; A SLUSSEft, -iel'!. HM U-rms will be Cu -h. or when called for.
,1"1 and nt.reasonable a cost as the times admit October 8 1853. Sugar,Teas. Coffee Rice. Best Pale Otard Brandy at New Port. Florida.
wi months dat 40 Any references can be given if AGENCY
of. The house is well from the undersigned AdininiMra- tf necessary. Old"Rye Rectified Gin.Rum McN OBMOSD.Newport. .
4.? supplied with and, SIX N. B. Gold I'latr'ut Whii-key. Whiskey AUGHT
to for Dentists and
! Ia ; Tory convenience to make guests comfortable, and on the estate of Mary Islet, deceased late of mail patterns Wine. Sherry and }Madeira Tobacco. Snuff Cigars January 14. 186-1. 2" _
sent ]
Leon by at $1.05 ct" wt.N'lI"cnalcr
' the proprietor will spare no pains to please those who County will |prl'l\l'ut hii final account and vouchers SKY-LIGIIT. DAGUERRELVGlLLERViOVKU ( Candles and Soap. With a variety of other articles

:- may favor him with their An excellent to the Judge of Probate fur Leon County and mu-k \Im'i -It), It53. --49. too numerous to insert hre. P. B. BROKAW'S
IItrQn/ : UAU:. -
. ; Lirery stable adjoins$ this C. A. Ht AN.t fur a discharge. J. S. ISLER, Administrator. nnro STORE.r :. Leon County Iron Works. Tallahassee March 13, 1854. 11

t TaUahu8ee January 7, IBM.. 1 January 21, 1854.. 6m. 3 IIE IIIIlJ.crilwrll respectfully nnllOunce to thc lA. TALLAHASSEE UIEfiY lID Sill iTIILESi
-- dies
---- -- -- gentlemen of Ta1LlIIIL vicinity ,
[$l',.; Provisions. &c. Notice.S that tht' Gallery i:5 open daily ,.,' thc ce reception of THIS Establishment is now in full operation. All Blank Books, Paper, Stationery, TALLAHASSEE CV -FLORIDA.

;:r 40 DBL and 20 halfbblt Whukey, J X months after date I shall present my final account ,visitors. Sundays excepted. Uiniatuica taken of all will be attended to with promptness and COPYING PRESSES, PRINTING &c. .HTHE Proprietor S .e' would
Bacon sides size 1 of the art. JA di08 all work done with neatness nnd -
I and vouchers to thellonorable.lndgc of Probate autstyles anj gentlemen are dispatch. RICH & LOUTREL JL form his friends and iD-k
I -i4 2 do. Shoulders, Jefferson County, as executor of Paul Ulmer, Inn and cxa.mme.their sj>ecinins.. All kind of work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work, public, that he baa .

:I. 40 Bbl. Mei Pork, late of said County deceased and ask for a dismission N. B. Instructions given 1.llhc art and all kinds of Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery 61 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK ('IT\. his large Brick Stables at the old stand and is ao*

j 100 do. }Flour and discharge as such executor. JOHN U LSI .. Dagucrreau materials for pale. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Brass 13 U YERS will consult their interest by examining our prepared to accommodate his friends and

I S Casks Whiskey, Jefferson County. Feb. 4. 18M. 6 KUIIXS 4 BAILEY. Castings, Ac.; also Sugar Kettles, of any ire, kept JJ extensive stock which we offer at the LOWEST He also has attached to bis Stables. a eUltomtI'L1

,{, 100 Bushels Corn. Lard. Oil, --
't Notice. -- will he done by with particular retard ACCOUNT BOOK
McNAUGHT & OItMOND.NewportMarchuI,1864. ---- us. a FACTORY. Books made to Plantation work Horse shoeing, aftd Cairiage *
10 MONTICELLO HOTEL. to the strength and durability of the .'ork.Competent pattern, paged and printed heads in and with *na
undersigned having engaged the services every style re in the very best manner promptztel'diapatcb.
of .
TIlE a Workmen always in readiness to put quired. Also A Urge stock
up hand
OD suitable for
Yluable Lands for Sale.ANY I Tutor for hi* children is willing to receive -! ::1; CArT. NEWMAN having closed his Hotel, Engines, Ac.Terms BANKS INSURANCE and other .

;. of th. lands belonging to the estate of Henry : eight or ten pupils, (male and female,) to board __I_ the subscriber having purchased and will be liberal and all work done strictly for CHANTS,Courts Ac.; also in large CompaniesMER November 5. 18 S. 44 _

i! dece.may be treated for privately, by in his family for the term of ten mouths, commencing !' totted up that large and commodious Brick Building cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this NORTH WEST and SOUTH quantities TRADE.for the Goods.PIE .

'I' application to "r of the Executre.L1 April 1st For further particulars apply to 'I South of the Court House formerly occupied as a Tavern place. Liberal. prices paid for old Iron, Copper aDd WRITING PAPERS. Cap. Letter, Note and '- Subscribers eonunpt! .
MARTHA February 2.5, 1854. GREEN CHAIRES. by Mr. Ooodbread and known
GEE, Executrix then the Banner Brass. tneff
as JL in
Ledger Papers, from the best Mills in the U. S. FOR- 8& such a arrangement
House takes
;L I K. CALL. ) k.xeeutors. he baa,converted this the method of informing the public that All letters must addressed (post paid) to EIGN PA PEltS,TISSU E,DRAWING, WRITING, business as makes i it necessary to
S 3!. DoPONT, } S. W. BAKER, Mid building into a Hotel and J. M. SHINE A CO., Tallahassee, Flu. COLORED, &c.STATIONERY. dispose of their present stock of Goods. This

j t ._Feba, 18. 186(. 1m [Sentinel ATTORNLY AT LAW, pains reipectfully or expense solicits will a be share spared of to public render patronage No _March 11. 18M. 10 Fancy and Staple Goods, a most consists of a good supply Watches. ot every o*
those comfortable
:--j MILES NASH Ac CO. MOITTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. who may uit his house. The well knowc Livery Lime! Lime extensive and complete assortment Enve1opeitwjg, tine, Jewelry Fancy Goods Cutlery Guns ''
and -which
Stables Inks Gold Pens and Pencils, Steel Pens. *c Ware, numerous other articles, they
Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., March 18, 1864 U with. formerly the HoteL kept by Capt.Newman,are connected 9flf CASKS fresh lime lauding per It'br. Iagi.tJ DIARIES FOR 1654. Time and Work boob themselves to sell to cab customers at greatlY **"

p': inform their and the Monticello December R H. BLACKBURN. '3 noliu and for sale Tariff of the U.S., Interest Advance, Discount, Ex. duced prices. TOWLE WOULD rren. publc. tai 24, 166g.MEDICAL .
hae oo hand & Negroes for Sale. 0} McNAUGHT
ael8.are generally kept in their Iwo of Liutl, 1 LIKELY man, good Turpentine Land _Ncwport March 11, 18M. 10 Job Printing of Cheap Cards Bill Heads, Labels

t b receiving regularly freak ''eirtn. 1" W 4' fidld hand NOTICE. Notice. Checks Law Cases, Points. &. Notice.ALL .

i a b* re**,nabla. 1 boy 14 ycarsold, ploughs well, -...i- -.--- LITHOGRAPHY AND ENGRAVING. Bonds, persons having demands against the eetat ta

1'a1lhlpt April. Vil. IBS*. I Girl 17 field hand. DRS. WM. F. ROBERTSON 4 J. W. EPPES SIX weeks after date I shall make application to Stocks, Certificates,Bills Exchange, Dies cut, Cards, Frederick R. Green deceased. late of Leon

.. 1 Terms cash, or few York acceptance. located in Tallahassee* and associated Commissioner of Pensions for Duplicate of and Envelopes, embossed in the best styles. County, must present them to the undersigned within

Negroes for Sale. prill. 1864 18 S S. KNIfHTT. themselves together b the practice of Medicine offer Land Warrant No. 42014 (or 40 acres issued in fAvorof tr The Trade, Country Merchant and Dealers the time prescribed by law.or this nstwe will be

c LIKELY MAN, abont32! yearsof nnl. their Professional services to the public Gideon Morris, Georgia Volunteers, Captain Wahey's supplied at low prices in quantities to suit Buyer pleaded in bar of their recovery; and all persons indebted
1 Woman about 22 with her four age children. Specie Specie Specie !II! C1T Office over the Store of Messrs BottonAHifflw Company, the same having been mailed to me rlT Ordeis by Mail executed with prom >to ga" are requested to make payment immediately.

e For a.IUII. Ac. inpi'je er.( P. H. flAOO.Api Fon.nte bl 8. S. K.'UGlIT. Residence of Dr. Robertson at the Parsonage of the from New York, and lofct on the way here. I RICH A LOUTREL. 61 William st K. y H. T BLOCKER.

J : 25. 185" a Episcopal Cbureh. WM. F. ROBERTSON. JOHN M. SMITH. Impairing and Man faeturini' Statioriii"* Sheriff and Ex-ffficio Admiulstritor.Mny .
J J"t. Jau.2851. 4 6m J. W. KPP: }:. May :7, 184. 21 A pa fI, ISH. 15 sn, 13, ISH. 8w 19




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