The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1855
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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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by SPATES.to ; assembled That the following sums of money be and i- .- oar foreign.bornpopuUtkm-, ..are :swh as of and lost bis title within the last oeAr- without t C INiat.; 5.gov
tAWS' TflEUYi71p they are bersby approprktea;for i improving oertamfl1t4I7fo.4li In our I t,paper.we' ibo\ml "that piir tor- render!,them a dangerous element ia L.the ,*ba regardaib. pr.eM t oqI)4 of --.1 '". j'' 'r l"a' i1
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Confederacy' V Se'th&5lQtPLhe-
\JIL-h..Ac: to chaDp.the name of the Frit cutting anl the' timber.on the territorial road ({ (lj t f. : '
doa.Hry: atigset to tint of A.O.Brown.. from the falls of St. Anthony to Port ELJ. ; fivetbouI&nd resorting.ta poblio discussion. for the) remedy : In .State of Georgla.. acjeordingto.thecensus Baltic demonstration *hft4M 3&ni o(4.{*rtof :I 28il.,to. --v e a. .rwl t._ ,
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I. i dollars. : :1 of.eviUMad: or. imaginary, "Uchaffectherighta e 1650;the foregn b population was theCrtotesn: afnfr and theholaspursftofOBTOSH 'Will O ;(ornrd'et to L'lL.J.. .
aDd HOQM of : (
!tuc i H 1it USsZe dSJ&t "ofAmerkm iP Cmgress Reprt- Forcutting! out the timber! on ,the road, from.Fort I or-'the I .interests- 'if, qf the..people.orB K nearly one and/ & quarter cantfiof i the ) the.fact wuiiso_dpbt.be:-suggested :dent (or'e4oLhent.-i '. J

..tiiNdt1It a.: t-6e&eTt4WyeftheTrt1t1P 8 ixi.ibc,2 road Rlplry\intersects\ via Crow the W"m mam'ritef road to leading the point to the-where'said"Red river i ppntv .and : stability 'our" institutions' ; andthat whole or ncardyja*. foreign,"born,1 fovr tWit 1tNicho ergxaaped tM tl4t W great- t' ."...:. If' ; .: : ::4

thoiMd sal directed 10 lr.-4iwta; ef the north tea thouaaad,dol1aa The.aforesaid Kriow NoUiingion, as a' sebrct political kmdnd native born! But!themw no d'xi- man it hat notwrencbe&; fraro.&iT'1,Vj ,< I2sravcT1v..Rt: I2t.CiIc*,! .t -

-'t .''yQ..Etwbuer&c i the Clark Atoticw of"Jackaoo tu1 sums to te'expended under'the direction of. ib'e Sec society, isc'c'ntrjiryto'-; t eraitiriihd' ,prlncipis ger from'foreign influence",in G orgi*,.per-' western anta m. pney.?' iThe long story ., 'tt- t I ,MoltTu.ak..A4Z., !J I
iWir. 6f crarCjroverdraMit,::and dangerous to the haps there ,be in And
rttary BOme.of'the.i adjoining .bf.qttndstetween princes genernls'of:
'known may A '
destroctiv &e.Jw"laicItD.
tb.Sti4 f. Wa'laaptx, add as the rtjcf Id 0 4
.. L" ApproTed, 'ebruarj.1Z1S. liberties ot thq popple. States. Let In Alabama the commanders of for
f CI&D.-uuo.. .t ,' us see. proportion fiibeCulty reproachings tho whole of the township of.Vlenhi C. *- .' -1
J. 'J' .Ut8U. Pcruc XXXVH; V&B Act-to provide for the aocommodatkm We propose now to show in answer to the ,of foreign born to natire ham is less cowardice between allies of armies killed da West / i" :, y

.' 1 of the Courts of the United Stales for the first and second communications of our correspondent than tuoto one niihdfcdii&'fpeiwe&we, less through recklessness, or starved through' selfishness ., -
.-Tia.; XXDLr-la. Act to weop .An act makingibvlnprovementpfcerUu HarAngort District Maryland, and.(or. .a..Post Office at Baltimore that his apprehensions of danger than three'fJfl411er8 ofonc'to on&'fntndredi; in is no pagaoflzte Russian\istory.Many .- mx"' CIl14rio-:J OTa .l1 7 a :
City-MaryIznd;' > from foreign born. citizens, even without any South Carolina less than three and-a of the Western journals dwell the ';
quarter upon
4 ;; vd Rver tppro'f'ea thirtieth eigb- Beit enacted by the Senate and House of Hepraenta&Yes On My'W b fThtclLte1 j 1ft Cfueago
r 1 change in our present naturalization law, are to one Jutndred; in North Carolina less than sudden nature of the Emperor', death, 'sad'they
11111umcJr aDd 1.two. of(her United" tM'oC'. tJerida J Con- arrested.. ) ,
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; :. .. b, tl'Senate add Hone of BweaMti *1.. '!JBU of, tba U&Ued &out.any good founik.Uori .' -. one half of one to onehnndred/andin Florida hint at poison;but, in the langMge* of were ef tfe*

of4b.1IIWUo.J..Wle,'hrted States secuoo of 1SD11OL1O Ja 'W in (W*: 1arftiLed' to procure,tJr cause to b pro- _, With a
."-!&I"a; eomD uoie tioo.between'AtbermarkSomd eoNd, A suitable site or site*for building of bniWm would welcome all foreigners to ,: all the surrounding States, and certainly the honor neither the good intentions nor the sagacity "

>orth Csrolma? 'arid the Atlantic Ocean by tie for a court and bouse that he and post office and in submit the city of Bat.- our country; except lazy paupers and those number of foreign born citizens can furnish no of (hose ,who make them." There is fFromtheRk'qvfrSj J j. .,
OMtrocbon of a bn'akwMerCreatan Sound thou- more; prepare to Congress, who have rendered themselves infamous for The AlltrktD Oii"jWj : '
fifty df :
subject alarm thfe of,
at as eerly a day as practicable plars and estimate fc> people Gcovgia.iIn rprokably t a person.within the reach of the .
.: L"by'aaad.tite jdoUars.eoostmctioQ be amended of a breakwater by striking across out the words for tbe construction of a building or building on such their crimes. Howould welcome them to all dIe whole Un! ''tb proportion of foreign facts. vrho,has any sucb Suspicion. "There
Jw t.1-- oroatan.i.i site or sites together with the estimates for Sitting up .. our industrial social and. rcligous privileges, bom to native born inhabitants was a little not o e hereNv'Qd' .dOei'ndtkubw.the thing to ton entltletl the" tf.'I htla I

Approve February 14, 1855.IVauc or And furnishing the same for the purposes IndicsUd.- excjud>ng them only (rem ciiiicnslup a; less than eleven and a half to one hundred; be impossible. edited by one VeapitlanrEtitsu* ftttoftont -
a building or bmidings should be oaf such
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or sttea which can'be remodeled or changed so as toanswer'thiuiposea voice in 'the directioii -administration l of and according to the average duration of life, The funeral was worthy of the man, and of by birth and by nlaeil&n! ] ,;Vbp. Vis. .a W v ,,4 -
XXX.-An Act' frr tbe contruck o/ a ,: tH* Government; and eveh here) we think he i and the dent for the .
indicated the title of this bill ages at which they must have attain. the'place'the man has held. It was a mixtureof sometime of Eteihoreo3 YiK '

Ba U n Mary eted by Road the Senatff in Or eg,IQ od'ern.House tory.of IUpr be shall'submit to Congress plans and estimates for would make an exception in favor of the patriotic i ed when they arrived in this country, aboutone ancient Muscovite pomp and modem Russian ginia i afterwards of St. tdoffiAil..i '_( H

pent tlftt rU t e V'nLeJStte< of America b CorigreM'aMrmbtrd. such alterations; and a'so* estimates for fitting upon the virtuous and the intelligent foreigner tenth part of our foreign born. populationmust splendor;of the ceremonial of the .Czar the conductor cia press; 'and.'at 'preife'nt' 'of I

.'That the sum of thirty thousand dollars be, furnishing contract such or building contracts or he buildings make: Provided for That if he.believed it could be done consistently dio annually ; whilst their .posterity will and court-ritual of the EmperojfB;of&kLrjohes; the City from which the sheet aboW niaiwl is m
i Mad th.um.ia hereby appropriated for const n ctionof any may any such with the exclusion of the unworthy.To be native born -.J. ,_, ..
: mftil Astoria Salem site or site or sites shall be conditional and made sub Americans.-- won in battle ajd} new riches gained in. com- : __ rj J. O: ; ..-
'ntory a Oregon+7 joad} the from said road.to to be cotutructed in the Ter-unfder ject to the approval of Congress. avoid the discussion of questions in Must it not be apparent from all these facts .'thrde.:' Here was its great characteristic This'.Vespasun EDiibld. i1d ? :': J

: the fireeBod oftte Secretary of War, pa-scant to Approved'.' February" ,17_, 1855., which we agree with our correspondent, we that neither the people of Georgia nor of the In travelling about Western Europe one'may as far as WeliaTe 1 takeixfiieaUsorfsofaprtlitician. parn iflsee4si I
r. 'wotnet* to be mad by him. .. \ *- ,1' An Act here repeat what we st.last weekThat United States are in any danger from our stumble on scores national displays,.where .: ''ffe'iba. f
: .Appro/ed,Febrnaiy 17. 1855. ;r iRu;XXXVIIL- authorising the construe. ; 'American citizenship is a question to be determined born tional '
.tion of a.Line of Telegraph from the ilissusippi or| foreign citizens, and that Know Noth- every detail is polished and the whole artistic rcpvolican i .fterVri-.MIMW'J UJV* i
I IVBLrc,nxt-Aa act'maing -Missouri- Riv-crB to the faofic Ocean. by American citizens, according to ingism.i is.a wicked device to promote partisanand ;. but this combination the two elements.. era!, then became syTOphart&snppOTterilf}

a Territorial Road in theTerritor an;appropriatum of N bouka. Be it enacted by the Seftate and House of Representative what they beljjeve to be the true inteiest of selfish ends at the sacrifice of principlesfor civilized taste and barbaric pomp, gave to this Mr. Tyler'a administration* tbeor'got oytr jf ,1 ''

B* enacted by th&Senate and Hotse'of RepreMotatiTM of the United States of America in Congreas the country" No one can justly claim fromus which our fathers periled their fortunes nation a pageant gorgeous and most unique, we are not mist, to Taylpriam, then .got .

ofdae, United States America in Con their Assembled That Hiram O.Alden and James a privilege which is inconsistent with the and their lives showing strength in art,yet escaping all criticism back t$ Dcnxbcracyr frOm 'ivhlcnU he mid 'a 4
associates and ? .
gnu. That for the purpose of comtrneting ized FJdy and empowered to canstruct naBgnn.at are their hereby own author ewe welfare t fthe country.. ---V-l ; for there are: no rules. by wiiich to sudden leapJ autumn,-r KV"WtcrKMws I

'oppoaite a Urritorial tht'road city from of Council a point Blofib.on the) io Maaoari the territory liver.of a lion of telegraph, from such point on the Mississippior Let us now examine the question of danger Death and Burial o/ffie Emperor Nicholas.We tryif. ; :':' v '' J Npthingiam, into tho,.very blackest>-eornor of '
Missouri river as they may hereafter select through to otfr country or institutions from foreign its dcnand nowa68tuiiei bo.its aeeredifcd
. Nebrash. to New Port KearniBy.m aid Territory, 40- I ; ;
i i have received form friend who is .
the public lands belonging jo the United States,ortr born citizens. a on'a ONEWEEK LATLR FROM EUROPE. and i
-.andliertby U, appropriated tam of fifty thooanddoUan. *- Organ" recogniied champion.. ,
-1 -I-. which lands the. right of war. two- bandit (,.t m The United States and the whole visit to die Russian capital ( the Washington t t i" .
width for that is San continent says ARRIVAL OF THE AFBICJL Ifwe recollect correVUy, thizVespesia. .f !
purpose berhSy granted to Fraa- .1
. Approved, February 17, 15. eiseo ?California, in as direct a line as pracb'cable. was first settled by foreigners.-there is not a Union,) die subjoined account of pro Ellis was appointed by Mr.' /!:ili .ft) v; .
I' SICL 2: And be it furtbr enacted That all white man woman, or child, now living in there Warlike MoremraU. ter ofUe '
TTKK XXXIL-An act for the rectkm of a Mil ,tarj voluntary ceedings consequent upon the deceaseof part earilSW, ; SCALZrgE 4.A.f \ } t "
or intentional injuries ta said line of telegraph or toany'propesty the United States who is not either a for to Veneznd Not f b
Poet on or Dear the Peftl ..Rivin the T rito' tlie.late Emperor NICHOLAS ; :: : having eonn4 1.i a
ry of Mmneaota,and for other pnposea.' the United thereto belonging shall within the Territoriesof eigner" or the descendant of a foreigner. fbLIFAX April 25. the Senate he.waar.tfaBedr
Be it enacted by the Senate am! nOUN of RepreMnUtiref declared to be States wilful and oe malicious deemed, and are hereby. They all came from the down trodden nations ST. PETEESBUKCH, March 15, 1855. Tlie-steamship Africa ,has arrived, with i of iiS45 :receiyingfl ". Jor j two 4 ;' '

aatemUed of the That.United the State of jB ve America tboosand in dollars Coo- shall be punished as such, and all l law trespasses of the United and ; of Europe at a time \hen Despotism was The Emperor's death cannot be more startling Liverpool dates to the 14th-iasU throiith *aout .t rI} ;, 'n"w.6t i. 4 '

oat gnat of.imrr meoey, a the. rtfif Treasury?( >not otb nrisa appeopruteo. State now b force in anV Territory thereof, or which stronger and ignorance 'deeper, and religious to any one in America than to thousandswho The ship North Carolina, of the Philadelphia $1,125, besides'gm pebsa'tioV jtt,tlto, /rte'tJ -

be and the same is hereby;appropriated, may hereafter be enacted Toi'tbtf better security andprotaetioa I bigotry ore intolerant than now. They 1 where within a stone's throw of hjs death and-Liverpool line was' sank off Holy- 84,500 'per't1uun. Finding lcm eni

to be expeod coder The( .direction of the Secntaryof shall be of property and applicable to such'offen-I were not selected with reference to their good bed. Up to.a very short time before the head, by coming in coUission with ship Rooert ployment;'pcrfaapt tonetinct Je 't I.*
*" war.for llinoeeolil.ere of a military poet.in the Tern- Bt'S protection of said they line-of are telegraph hereby, into extended arid over for the all qualities, or their superior intelligence-they event no bulletin was received from which the for New .Orleatia.-' .. than any be had !.been.accost omed ,tW [ w

north tory of 1 latitude otroj'bear, on' the tbe line Pembina of forty-nine river. degree th. territory 2ongtngbg to and under tbe)jurisdiction were'refugees from political oppression! from least danger could be inferred. Immediatelyon POLTI'ICAL NKWS. manifettoJ a disposition to stmilailj coiploT -

v .'S. .A.ad'& 'fl farther enacted That fnr thet&bliahDeet of the United States through -which the same religious persecbtibri; from'poverty/and sometimes I tearing the news we hurried into the streetto The Vienna Conference reassembled oo ed aftenvards. bolh b %t Aflil_ QB equent U ,

e of'military posts in the T Trilom, ot may be constructed for the detection; and all and legal process and proceedings from the violated laws of their own see its effect on the people. The current the 8th, and remained; in session only one the time that Gen ,Pier :enfePreilden'tudr relI1D.h11 '

Kansas and IiUbraaka; ,at auch. points in said Territoma oSenses shall be within punishment the jurisdiction of the of aforesaid the- country;.they were of all classes, but chieflyof ["Was setting strongly toward the winter palace, hour. The Russia Ehyo' had'oot-rec-eiyed; 'Duties.,,".Henk''brt :,J .

of tfel*s ILonaand the Secretary dollars af be War, and mar the designate same ia tbe numsp courts and shall be issued and executed by the proper die' poor and illiterate, though honest and and, on arriving there, we found a chaos of the expected instructions from St"Petersburg, Washington'as one orth mvit. ., :

bereby' law officers in the States or organised Territories. industrious. Such was our beginning ; let us equipages before the doors, and knots of all and was not prepared to aet indelicate 06 ee.eeke:.*!&'eYerierbW that ,,, '

: ;:; Fehruary17 17, 1S,5& : Approved February. \17, 185.cnLw trace the policy we have pursued, and see the conditions of men gathering Dear. It was It was rumored, that the British'andFrench: Metropolis. He was Tcndy.and yfS&fto-. -- ,

I ? .XXXlXAn Act the result These foreigners" now began to plain that the story mid not yet spread wide Plenipotentiaries were about to leave Vienna, any where. as. Charge. Ile tang':|tbotti.-. 1, '
'. XXXlIL-Ao aet to repilote the Salaries authorizing of a '' .
,_ the piatrktJndges of the United States. of Re gister to the Russian built ship Aba under the produce native American i ?. They"riot 6n\- nor gone jar; stijl.8 were disappointed bot die report was dotibted.- Evei.thingwasat streets, importuning" .,hjs.ac4aalinJ6rfs Jo ta ,
B*irenacied by the Senate aiid Hotise of *I mm'e of SL Andrew, said ship having' been' h't-yHed iy'nurtured thorn' and protected them from the JQ'tbe demonstration .of popular sorrow. Wehad a standstill: ,aodlhe prcspect oace-was offensive a. 'degree,. .i LJh y m.i. 'Compefl
seotattres of the United States of America in Con and sold by the United States marshal-fa Glirutian tomahawk bfthfe 'Indian, but they t taught them beard so much of the national grief at the : very slight ., ultimately* e.Jiin ad9TJtpdg. .. ec4shoul. '
grzernbLlid, That' the jttdges of Jjft,dialriet coarta i F. Punch and Andrew F.Meinche of the State and charity their associates int the old world, death of Czaq Alexander, that we were almost News from Sebaslopol to the 8th had been ,der. When, Mr. j Green J".1B..t-v **fit \*:I.rom."ew. -' '-

o/ihe" Ueited State ba11 receive as compensation far. city Approved of New York February her present 21 1855.Pcmo owners.. who were invited to a refuge.from every oppression prepared to find troops of peasants sobbing received. Affairs! there were nnchanged.The .-!- 4renadMcie 1h44ge3ew. '
their aerrieeo, tile following yearly salaries to be pnidqttirteriy in land which should be devoted and the Bat
a to shrieking at palace gates. RrassiartsJWer'r ceiving large reinforce- Hn was to.be'appditad.to fill.th ,\ :

.LoitTb. : frcim' t1u"Treawy'. the United States' XL-An Act'to eetab.lis .the cffice of Surveyor political and religious literty. One of ,thee in this case beyond a general sad expression, merits. On .the other'side, 'the Allies report occasioned,by L at1 .J l

.judges,i f the. districts DC the.-e of Main*, General Utah, aad to. grant Land for School tuse set forth in our Dc c'aration of Independence : the tears tjf'some old .women, and the.devout 'themselves fully prepared to renew the bomoardmenf. Vespasian cocJ4. ," ., .I"jll .L%_ l ldespentoY1ie 1

.xcw Hampabire,, .. .Rbode-Isliind Coamteticot, and University porpoaea -- i is, that the King England had refused tribute of 'some who uncovered/oowielll; or turned 'Oii4'grui.r:1. 'r Id t;

Dataware, New Jen-1'-Jowsi--, J.and.- Wucoosicu. '- "twoAoiifflddollarr. iUtivai'Be it enacted' of tqe by United the Senate States and of House America of in Kepre-Con- : his'sanction to laws for the encouragement crossed themselves as they passed the palace, The Russians had converted. their ambus :'.Now, ft is osu hEc It tr {

Tbe'>dgt oftbe' hortkern dtftriefof. Honda, iwb C"'II a.nbled, That the President by and -with the i emigration to this country.. The I there were at first no striking signs of sorrow. cades into advanced parallels, aad ba3erec- valued by the Executive 65? '\* .rihey. !

.O-"Dc1 two kundred aDd '... adrice and consent of ,the Senate shall be aDd be is I Constitution of the United States formed bya The general grief was DO doubt deep, but its ted two newbattene8irirdispite of all the efforts vorth, :bat: who iah: tliT 1.w. ,

n..ind..c. &bt.Htena dMri tofVIFgiOia.North hereby authorized to appoint si surveyor general for I convention over which Washington presided phase was sombre and stupid. In a day or of the AHIcs'ta1prerdnt it'.. "; what4cy zLthey aral orsZa4d br t. f4!

,y tep.t aDd middU diatricta of dollars Utah, whose, and whose annual salary authority shall be and three duties thousand abut provides for t'le' establishment of uniformnaturalization two however, the crowd ,about the palace tTBe French" were advancing towards Malako Viigs! otthe OkLnowNothlngrty3a.ma! ; t't'I,

-reD"I 1It dJatristlor np aod soutbern dtstnctsbt j IsJsaissippiwiskera district- be the same as those power.provided by law f for the surveyor -. hiws, and the naturajization: had become immense, and mourning took the %' !tower by means of sapping. .. D1L.t' AD : I.

'of Lwiakaa, .fmtvty eftDlllTania.eItero, Ohio Indiana. Mwoo- general. of of Oregon prior to tbe act of July wveoteen laws now in force were passed during'WasH.ington's .- shap of r rage against the principal medical. ad- Omer Pasha had advancedpon the Alma; amLgamation !. 'V e h 1f'"DQD4n'' ;' -,' I

'JrLe aiets>;_! j4ei mditnctDir. Arkaasaa Illinois. eighteen hundred and fifty four; and be hall Administration, and were sanctionedby risers of the late Emperor v '. again-6crcupied'by'the ;ahs-'bnt; 'had-en ,E3yt6nJohp II r&ff lf"H Jtf ,I 'J t

.aid MiarM,twp a'a de1tar&, '. l &tebJEeefrorntirneto' time at such places as him. They were'repeated by the Federal The German. race,,isrdetested.. by .the. true 'larped'the cirfeleroFiiis'woVks. (ofieYeric'el.i *"' I, O Ye Gqd :; aad: LJttJ ru'lWt Ia 1 1n"'l7T'IiR
maj- U the President r. .
Thejdtv oTi t. or G.Booth. Carolina State directed* by of the United'. party'.during the Administration of the elder Muscovite, and, a" rdfut to'common report, -%-,. -" ': IT .' _. non.mm'. ;.t.bat. ,'J"v.. Ji..1i. 9t.auch, .
eastern district ofV&pnla, 'n rthera district(, ? Adams the period of residence extended to the loudly for death to the Ger- a concern1,1cF-I" ftl
New York rtertTa ffo Eern dwtncta ofA } lDalar. Sxa.2. And be it further enacted That when the peasants called SECOND DISPATCH.Lmurrpot .' .. U
_J .ne bcblDi.a, lands in said Territth shall "be surveyed imder the 14 years. and'the alien and sedition i laws pas physicianwhosewaut of skill .had, as LIVERPoQ oi 1\r RKT. I a 1a.1lre of fa 'doOtt 'J._ .
Thee.of tbjCta of ,)iary1q} d, Mus&cu.etti direction of;the .Oovdmment: ,:of.the LUnitd States sed. But the people l hurled the tyrants from they said killed the father," Russian gatberingare' 'N j-f" ? rItiWsz *. I *t..1Gi !

eastern'district Of Pennsylrania,Joalbern diatrjcttlFIar preparatory to Bringing the same into.market.sections power, re-estiibllshe'd the'original; ) naturaliiatiotflaws eQerally quiet to degree, but in ,April J.ftqQOtes cotton d6'on tht u n or.'th :HGa A1 :
_:aobe 'district numbered shitted aDd thirty aiz ia! each towcsbip hi steady and uricfcangedi ''but the market :
tThejffde .. .Califcrnia' threedoUrL. said Territory shall be,-Batf-"ttwsame are hereby re- l / arifl they' lidvV remained' without! UWferttJfeht of the crowd. seeking a sight attie. ciosed, idnflSales'of: : .tfweek'73,000 bales' A IEJUpAN PAnTY.wli&s brucIraW a.;

oft1i.'eastern' district of Loaialann,thrie1&ve icJQ!1M purpose of beiogy applied to sobocys: s in material alteration_ the present day. r corpse, many strange charactersWere 7soo-i andpxetuchtq!., tko. Ie'r. j. \ I r
buMrcI'doUars. said Territory, and in tbe fitatea and Territories. hereafter What are the 'T0rjirreraents| of bur naturalization drown to the surface. Astoryua'current ofa sp cln ntors'takfngibjeOO, exporters : as con--e1 3 ,UOJ.I.tJP1'- .Y'n tJL.as J''' ,rno.a '>t
3lj igeoftbe southern distriet of Jfew, York to be reated out of the same? *laws? 'r.EIheyre; Istl: 'A residence in birdy oklo Mujik who came on,foot all the Quotations as follows t'' *>-3 a e m I.. ; ';: r -101!!r
fbm Sea X..And >be it further enacted That wooa the Fair,Orleans.. .;.. >. .. 5Jd.
thraunda fen hundred.and fifty dollar the.United States five }ars. 2d. A 'declara from his distant hamlet to the capital.in r* street organist hii WerMnniibalited'
wty a city'
lands b said Territory shall be surveyed at Afc eteiJBffnaotRy'ofT Middling Orleans .. . ll.
"TUjodMofth* ttbrUtsradistrief of California fife ; to of theCtar's Sid.i ,
dd Ierg ai1to two townships' thaU be. tion1 of intention 1id b1 e a citizen, 'made oider to satisfy himself as to the'reality .10: i -- -- r
Hwnsand dbllarsuApDroTed \ and recorded and who admittance FairiJpLands! a i.'. ...U.5.. The Kectiwi in'J' -
aod thi some is hereby,reserved for tbe_tablisbmentofauniTtrsityJa npotr oath in Court at least death, gained ]
; Febroary-: 1U.nL '. said ,Territory and b the State three years before the application for citizen- wiile the coffin was shut. Tlieattendantsreusing Middling! Uplands. .. ...5 1-lCd to'5d. The compleio !tri xnii if the slavery parr f !

. .' ? S; lV-Au.,act mahi ap appropriation hereafter be created out of tbe same to be selected ship is made. 3d. The applicant for citizen, to open it, his suspicions:were'aroused Trade at Manchester is unchanged. Mon ty in the late elections W> Ktrria 4 WWS.t to : ; I

fir completing the public Blmlinfe*_of Oregoa Ter- rlaioDSof under the direction lea than of the Legislature half ,in, legal subdi- ship must prove to the satisfaction of th<5 and arriving once more outside he'gan ey is easier. Consuls':role at 91$s.Dennistonn OUT mind food for serjoiss're c on; jvantas l; :
not station and
on to be disposed .
'ftsey, iriBoesAU- ws '. ol as said Legislature may direct, Court by responsible citizens, that he. is 'If a !goqthetcxoov4lo prove thai 41 was quotes' Cotton dqII :and tin.changed. :%iH-adopt a Omstiiq %r';cJ .Ie it the Sales'on the
nsvptoibv .lJJd.RcaeGl.1tepr. Friday 1 3th amounted
f RvfthnieStatei_ of America b Coo- &. 4. And be it further enacted That full power gooc( moral character, of indttstrimu )tidbits, fraid ; that there was n 'corpse; that it ;was With! this--conctitaf, she will knock :for. id.mittancQ : '

j fTen asee.bleeV;.Biat&4'aom f suty erea tbonaaoddoQat and Authority are hereby jtiven to the Secretary of eluterior'to and'that he. if attached to the principles of not"our Czar;" that the'enemy had without to 10,000 bales. Stock 680,000, including. into the Union., qnesj ,.?
issue all needful,rules and regulatiubs for Constitution. him and his childreni. 450,000. ,Aicerijaan. dan. 'adiarltae niueh. '
H tht.14 4 appre- the 4th. lie must then upon dotbt imprisoned ; terrns 5 *T Wl: .
priated, out of any onfcrtro.i' oo.y3a tbeTceas act fully carrying., into effect' "1 'the.,'several-provisions, of this oath renounce all aHegiutfce to, every: potentate e, the people must rescue him =.Quite a J3 .4.Ds trrFS.--C op.l flour is quoted at] Hbuse,ReprescntatJvw. fa the'n ft Con1gres i ;. "

ii',,, efrrtbr'. f the pvblie ;ApProMp,18.s5.t ." or TBOvereijrn, and esDCcfaUv to the one of sensation was thus caused among the long. 41s to 42sf1 per;barrel; OLio t 43f ad.-:' scomplexion thoogMya1: : 1i.IMei ':

$1 new Wildingsinte commeDoedjMKJ territorf partialllj ief-.Orego eempleted.SEC. wbjeh. f are oow .- which he-was a'subject,.and swear all3gia bearded wearers of jghberjskins ; bujt':. geod Ccrnrples'at-i -.t.! 41s6d.tq.42s6d.. .. ,...per. qoarter.' o f tWsl>rancli.:'of'.Coagreaa,fiar li"3 ;i ,

A! fi. AodTSTF furtber eoartedTTbat of Ib? paid Public' ; XLI-An.Act 'to.provide for holding AD add to thu1. Constitution and uvemment- ofrbe sexbfthcauthoritk& led ''thew 'to conduct FCHXIUEB POUTICSLbTELUQEcz.: years, vyill/itis'alhiost'cqaaByP9eed' < \ 'W ?

_ima 1i *IGtM&I1a'' .1hf.lUB" i olg.r'ur -tional for term'the o'District"the Circuit Missouri.Court'aeJ Gf|'for the'joJ&rjgitchl ..UaiUdStatef United St 6a/ ;c, '. .' r' huq at once xoltie, opened coffin, ;W.hen.his The;Vienna Conference .held a sitting4on.. *r -the :,adn/s an. ofatry $ I# !,

i : to 1tW of the District and'Circni-'C:of It isecareeh'.possiblo. ,under'these provisions, simpleiheariid: treason'was turned to ,deep the 8th iqst, but without ..result.Tb*debate, Constitution perat1iig.laver}\: !1'henent 1'iii i
f di&egiJ4i'c. ,nLTmtoryfor ; Aasmblj.'- eet- Irtbe United 6Utea for the northern Diasrict'of Ohiot that ii (.unworthy I > alien t. sh' 1d't..oc ni'e a' mourning the sight of tho Czar realljtt dead 'since then has beena epended-! is'fcc' .Kansas aepftea! for Aamisajon the:UrilonSrHP I'll I '

TeAtItel3tl7n4tbm.uz ftveuL.i ,.Be it J&Md by the 'Senate and Houso of Repre clti l'n.'' "THe felasses ofperions -whoth'onreorregponddhtrbljeeisare. .N< 'Ohe-oan doubt.that the strongjstcrn' ,)an. know when another*essiow! willP'be heIdi xpOiili'ajiastconyblsionswili, shock n '.:t.w fh:

I oea j a :1 1I1IIC_ "swi no..rz'Gii" ul d. 7hiLitsbLl.! the:'duty cft th.- districthiiCT'o tho first Al und ,, dav,6 coqingj AJ1tn t r..ri: 8yac '
?ftetWtwJ StatM for th3'dtitrkt ofto 1t pottibly ivith rare ex ebuons,.when our No other not even .1\ nothing important / I'''- %> *t IP,
tbe_meetioc ot..of the L ejUMUdio>Utir .Aa nUj; beld*tft* tyttf SI:I-ouia. on tb* i3i4.i..4.lzp .i ci JCJut'fhavu_. bt q. ,,fciuier neffligQAt, or.. ever pained so stiong-..-tpon the nation&aIctoi 'The. passengers and. crew '-1'W.',1t..ue.< North. tius. ,avwgoCtnejpo> .(.C }_Qcwiftno'g I 1
'**>a..H "merintea' Ma IU the i--. <* wjreme,* term of the.crrcwt court elI c. ': ; ,- .- -, : I and.confidence.;";1 haw oever;before .Carolina were" -Baveq."'I -vi. .v' 4\,: .' 1.w &.1elt".J1t. r ': J'
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_" 'jSfe'Si'_' 1'-eemJII faaiof aad >b&bosiaess Unrle"d Elites be transacted for said district which at wiiich be term.aey ;Xn11il *Jtcrl'exrjenpnce a a pope'of had-so clear.a notion, of tbe strange fusion The new Brith1,.span, was: to.be forrn&ranqouncl ml"'rcontu Ion"W.1t..1.I"' ." !t' ibef!''
:. r' I. .tIqAbt.uDiWdt1 ., at may ttiCrT iYa'1fJbK ""might traaaactea more*than" t1i'}iiindref jeare"arid? nri1d'ei bar oftic Asiatic idea of the P ttiardt.ti} > 'OBth'p. Monday, .afterthe, AfJricgsailed. : zi'tbem n\a-n1n d I The orgii PIa$, vol5ojs

: f: .cto&' -( i'1ie the&o.I4id Jb+hJOrBxt'-Wactod'Thtt the,TJniied.Statecircuitcourt !- presetit nsttution:and nnt lization..laiv. the European idea of 'the 'monarchy' w1iichsucis.the ,., .The amount of the loan is,"unknown. edged.C4l, f 4di8DptiOtt. '.'cC y4l1)

I't .If" Iy&r d wi i, t ,ifor.'jsaid'cluTct; ,ahall have. o/more, thanTijJf! a.:. ,-,-Jet us contemr. Russian CtotfrU To* the great ; .isreported that new,complications! have. ti tbiDd p .t :the Upion' .hgnyer. ;

t.t tbe.the, ] power.-'at any ttme, to'older ,an adjourned term' ofaajdopcrtto plate;jtte result l \ bcVcrlio; ] o ,thcTleast of the'Czar'1 at- arisen. with Prussia.. "'. r'" St ,.ii! i&aed/admuuoni into toejUnin
_,_ :iW., ft.r thii k-c'&; d be held at any/othn-tine ai wbiob'adjourned The the I funushes J" in and' il onaccountM"b &a f4ut&nxtoleratipe* '
hiatory.or wor no paral- tribttes 1s7his chieftaincy war kingship Tho advaticedsquadwnof the British fleet r *&.
in term .
t ill : :
Jtpait ,
prisoo < ojfi: .. aocordaccs any business maybe I ttansMted.' ,'If l biqh elltg'our'proress in .population? in.wealth ;hi bace. He i is father and Providence, reached Elsinore the' : .. i,;. _
with thtf&t{ tit iiaae'by'tDi.arent appointed by tbeof could be transaejed at any; regular ternj. A of ; on 1st of-p l very :
r gNfII.rv til* Tieisuiy. amidscm to be expended said ord.fl' be -posted oo fbe'
tinder .a.fyi1lftbe.; room aad advertised inBorne ,newspaper :printed b the elements of natural greatness. From op- ,fortones and all fives. tcoopa'are concentrating iirthe'Bal. byt4noeqngjRse ret'o ;eon .cr '

So t17 :. ., ) ,, I -f i&11ib4..- at 'btr9l'1"I. pressed Alliterate,and poor," (foreigners," we I .-ernbAlmed body,1aJ'Jn'state.a week?at tic province and hatOO gun-boats, .are' to(deprive fore bprn eitize *i tt1i gl ;

)vK TM: 1 Mt&YWt ul oi1.e ". .'...,. 1t.ftthe4ej, 1)it'1be"diatiitt. have/,become,.. free 'intelligent',, uativaboruAmericans. )1 the'pslace/andall--from" IvigBe'si t'o; lowest,; afloat in th/i-iea. '. ; 'B.L otIn, -i_.', ijgjjajJiDerationire .. '( 4 -
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.'lalM.lIlitii ::.'el Jedc.r 1IW'cJ' o a'"tpeaiaI't' From'a fei\rfeebl refugees'and W re' dmitted io kiia the'd man'a'liaqdas' .Tile Enjp ,\NtpoIeon! j odEuipresa; EuVi:: by e6ne lan 1,"coqe"ttJ" ''

_.; ufdres1tsoiirPto-he hol atStLoulj OuteastB;froin'Europe; ; wethav'beorni, ? thp a*' .thae71: Thoit'"'entering.the geniew re zietc44z'Lohdou. on th.J' opinions M'i4tieeflajpong liti il' 1k'

01 4"-1.'. .lJIo t.etm!.. .:: l..rorder.--1I'bicb. freest, kappies, and one of the most"prinbtpal i r6ot3,r ilit' 01 21R UW .bt nations of the srtbr''. Biraplc.:)'_ Agnail'gilded' canopy 1.obo ,; .. '
i lZ. f f M.. oliaid = rang3nentrwa .Saturday.; :; -a'. .. "Y". !

_' j VM.pJ ( 1J 1)OIItbd td \' nhL 4s the_ Iko: (onr.policy.. o.fir.,-WDy. cirered- *;gEde-. .*i' ...b i Kif.'K_ .1 : -* f.sbywas_ I.. .;.1.--. .bI"J."W"". \ ..1sr. .I" '''.. .' ,. ., fHi"lm'
.. Il I."a1iJt; .t'I; ,.bou. w". h" J'tr.If..[ .. "' the', dratra ittp *detacnTn i r\rth'plenGkt;tx>aygttardl :11 &];ntOX <. :: In df 0 t "
'.tJ a '*cu.1 < lp' a :haice.o jb&jdicy, ofJ aflrio Bnd'wre Yanked th. innnmera.M .''t y/ i iii- i''th; Uf'
J !*** t k 4if' J' J. :JNwYorirApril28.: '
., ,t iII & r mado u* prcat AUU Sut f W* nrtifefinri'bf1Otee n DobtrtitW t ; fitwdibYreu.o f' 1
f' ... .A-\&J.ll.I r, 11. -t.1 jmd* free* P'miT: ourftreign" :bbra''*citizens-i i* ,t d; Jjj'M n'.i: t2 l ;The conwpbndence'of.'tnid. : Times t4ntainf iudh a-" 1c. '

._.J.eJd at Ab h1l&1 1bri 'c2cteJ t1Wtd1sdgJdTD i1atthePI I ltnttI&o ...th& l'DIMnt'GrJ olt44 clihitnN f'of*ft' np1rdjyiAth( dead Juan1 fat ith e?\11 nte p .eFce'. $ omTsltfontnoW -O''I1i-, fn: 'f :"fhf ,?irt .
Jtf)tthchie)" d.WJa._ Cf IM..QD.I;)'.ri ftI''.",I.f.V.IV-'- -Jl.8 t jb Pfth\ra &' it!ewbdbearu cpo '(."! t H''E :'ft $ Y. ll 11. -

..:.iitUte.V'BiteciSWa b"i: .r. .n ..f If.. tb e..y'-T'I : -ntngh ,:111 ow' L;.' vlftflorf ind 'Y n'A-' r': '
P.'I't."J : j ....
i = A'lihtarathr n .
eclFMa retfdc1: a q O d'JlC
r' sq in tho 1PDQt 4.r jIlQYCrflfl1efl ord4ji1ir. i <, i ,
=, i ib'ltii' : I I "ke. ,
.yesra1 ( tpUc lands 7i1 ,aem id"t1eAU 01 ..ftlger, h IWitif 1h C' irreconcIlable, fendLs ,., ; array'
1 g9btoIt. .. i-I t' %trveTy'atdeFi "1111P4' 'Br4 i dr 01 f!B'dt"BH f e '. igo's death to'that of his buriaL 'Hard by, : < "d6.'itii1thii'th M i ,1fI(11Um'1. L.:1.' ,.A.I" '. 1(... .,-IIK...1.

.- tnaaet.diYi irtirin. 4Vhr3fr". \ lit OtMoet;'_ 1 ;m &eatrui : lW1\oor7. m his acre ha, ,Off'..1rftwatt --eoe&foe. en.nU':,.. : !'t4.Itf.n: f .
p17JJUW t .i tI iter< ritf wh'inhiiliLazyl" head or -tli IrD f4a & hot .1e '_" .
: : q &
.. 4aJ. t :t: r' 1i tdr i thtt' .r.' r '
: uf r. JtfI' -. -i5 -r.t; r. 11 1' i- : If 01itt .c hd'wetr P etf .iDcf'.dii':
'-' *<* i *ii-iiA tp'vffrom **/' t ,.' 1 t: I'I: lt"l'II''K 1'j h't1-o.J & festseboiJ fo ..
:" fJ'. 1ft11" if our free 'instatationsf j. ffofl ff\.rltiia- : ; Q ,-i otjt.ufri.t ,
f Ti : Jflp-jy-f iK { "
Aji .k- : 'Jri' .. .U.b ii'i ,5ficy, n one oTmepvir t 'if'I tt tr ;; m :. ; > : II '. . ; (.w.rIl'. '
aap p-, W. 4 Or, t- '. I _
J. wotraenoi-aifla > ieu !01 r"anret.ti1i1 i t in-'! piioi jotrqzlahav'c 'r Bt O yiSB .SSA*.r.. .1; => ?>;'/ -Itj *?* .&. .
FjiuaXVII A Act .fore you we/St;"it will-.er burn Jth sweet .4iapnra progress r 1I rtiy ;
'n4ing appropriations for h" all that makes'a nation' prosperous and been 'mo bt' intPTPlli s'hi middle En. S r. Lpi'1. ; April C5.Tho a r o
flSEX ctrtii.Hibary. Ro1* in .The Trrziorv and pleasant, and willamply: the trifling ," tet down a kick the bucket. ;i
trouble in preparing it repay.- j I powerful! rope the Autocrat generally I pccjJe of have i-sued a j>roc \

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b th nniTcrtal scptitn !ojr Engrof JotorrsJa. j|-: saenger .De sMA"8J.It4""ee at the'Cldd lMiJ,t. ..". ; .
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ffftffi' r' tfut' : invite their attention lo ignmentIo be "eon- d-eYOD, the landocracy .-and. that Itssapathies : ; .
Bailee at-
each woultt'be with doctor, but befotft his arrzvalMr. or 1stA nil I, arrived in,our harbo n damage for dett tt,.itfihe I1Z
in contest
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.. ---- tested, but to facts palpable and presenLZQJt -*- temptfld to destrty bjmiiejf W'lwallowing six f
TALLAIIASSKE: Ihc United jStales.: ; .. bottlo which da..IaaJ'. through die kiudAJ OObfor the wwtofcCapUln nd { ; 1mP1--.l
f >members .f Congress. ,.alreadyelected y ouees otkod"JllPftIrOr.B' p.' ) or
y. i aniknown to now in otfic ,_. -" S. wrried1 In Ms coat 'pocket TbVpfffjr. -- atttlsCapt Mon!.'f r ned and $ ,COO for Jaj
; governors lc ,
__Satnrdaj, May 5, 1855. .t6legttiatures? nbwin; session;.to scenespassing KnO-N thftg: RmUtlon"*" !"** darfc DriBfidahi.W', f nd Drwai lon- ;h4ig1yj"nd found ht .,. w, by one of tto ervjf, a "
t-- ,S ;., S ; > tl :forthwith procured. The tomAch.p fop .! ..L.Iri", : f
Yf" ; At the recent Convent aa ;,ef .'delegate : .f am HB#.
AU.&atEiBo.-OUe"llar ptr rquare of 12 line ort eyes.: :t used and effort was madeto ; \0. CAFTXTXX HAVAWJ T-A
was freely, every or writer
nominate candidate: for Congress torbe could 11Jr'dairc. She take* the place o iQ "
w. fur first .eertuu,410041 fifty ctuts for each coutb- this of facts, we sup
By way of clinching array ,arouse him-not unsuccessfully. Last evening New Tork Mirror is showing tb
1U S the Democrats of the District the Pampero between New Orleans and Key dia"ft'IQee
by Raleigh
ported .
but the
fra, delivered Mr. B. ,
.. mako the following extract speech ws yingvery.weak .
L.'tif-l t of unJi&&tei U, to be ;.1Io' between taking U&Tn30a
ru'. in the Massachusetts house of Representatives North Carolina, Mr A, ,Jf LeaCh, a Delegate physicians were of the ot$njon that he would West, Tinder the direction of a_new'Mail Con. per j _
Ijis, t&DCC. r.. .' *- rst& j Tb&rita.t
rJ--r S Mr. Charles W. Slack of Boa.. from 1 Johnston, made a'rspeeckr "Eich, IUM'Oor* S .. tractor, who has superseded Mr. Tetaptetftg f.l'fJ <.1 i m
by refrwnd
-- .>--TiefotenextMoniaj. Mr. S. is himself a is given'by tbe; Standard of ihe 25t.b. .a. fo).. of New Orleans, and we venture the .predjc ten are with anja4tpe
ton, on the .12fl April. !
The of Cuba- place F
:.Tbf question or ..a subscription to the. Rail Know'Nothing, who was callled in to the aid8r. I towa; 55 The fact is'indisputoble Destiny thV.New Orleans tion, that in future, an entire and satisfactory 10'll& L.,: by: k $l tri
Mr. Leach said that he theRowings'to" Cow says change wjlj ho jobserrahje in the mail servie t _. : rjftf'I .
xdterotLeon joined
.toad it to-be.deeWed..by.the his brethren iatheir.efforta remove.Judge, Bulletin, that the public Ien ment,.of 1.h .tJ 1A .
J -and tho. friends :U. S. Commissioner he 1la1ti nore 'wt summer:: Beingin rendered'between the above 'named-phew.; ,
oo..llo i of.subscrij>- as "
r ., Loring the Jme'a cl.l ti.rJ
.' I that cityhe met with an aequaintant\,'who the country is in favor of the acquisition of Success to'th Lawrence :
thenij-iUliej icslreth the slave law in ihe : arrtlter'agreea- gimb _
to had enforced fugitive case vessels Of w1za
.iU.pe1nitul ugro tr
: had been at hts house, Johnston county, a Cuba ; wo assume it as a. postulate that can ble : SS '..
S wiskcs the, CoMIDZUl. / ,r :t hz1d9l d
tft e to Anthony Burns: few months and who had heard him 1A
( previous not.be controverted. It is too late.in the day I nndqeneraIMoisekton. { ,
S. 'Jthvost 'Thtion'erei5rea8- ,'But the American ,generally,ihroagU- make remarks against the Cathode religion v. .1 izTp
ic$rviQ' party s whether The know
1 to argue the .question expediency nothingpapers that one l'of The fi Cwe toLt ..
say cannona. are
oa-io lear fernxdaHo ihan has' oat the country-what of that t What has it and against foreign paupers crowdingto -
,. is more. beeni! done? I will speak solely of what /bow out shores. This friend remembered the it is .to benefit the jco.un.try, or to profit onesection e/l leading .injects .of.know, nothingUm*; veu dyi'; tceggith hSd 1

i S : KipposwL We hear it raid that Centreville, i and that is of the party in the northern section expressions; and soon reminded iiian of then; of&e xiountry to ,fte :prejudice of ihe .the*" preservation of the ballot box rVerily! iWe po6f tafDg'tJie''. .$ ,
vhich haa Wnberetofore set down as likely I of the Union. Does the gentleman know that and then remarked: M Now we have tho very Other; whether it is to perpetuate the institu' it requires'no' .common degree of :asnrioce -timeS theEYee1vt&

.$: 2 TJ go light by a large majority, i is now against ,I the American party was a very material force thingtoputdown! theC&tholi sand preventthese tion of slavery, or to prove its evthanisia. to otter such a sentiment in die face of &tctstradspiring 4,000 'tmh N ,1ospdibove ,

: the work by 3 to 1, while Miccosukieis; con- in nearly all the fusion; movements' of the foreign paupers from coming to our eouutfy.!' th"aUaok 'NDewedtWr.vh;

;, i c.ed for it only some 10 or 15 majority.L different States the past fall and present spring! On enquiring further Mr. Leach learned thatit The people will not look to consequences ; _all :bvirtHd. country/wherpverjdbis doable.cJl.M.r.f1it.. w.1. ilaeCttl. 0i1lt-

by that in the great Northwest and elsewhere it was the Know Nothing .organization ..that jim conviction has taken deep root in the public intolerant organization exists. -Ijyiatl jfyb'tol- (tfriS b\i ".a&

.4-tI h' Inch L reports'be true or false the ac- was in a great measure component part of 1 was to effectthisand he was solicited join, mind, that the imbecile and degenerate lowing characteristic_ .achievetn'ent in )Ite 0erQse pdk ';nuhit.Yli Jd' m

; ft.1 .t ll-\"lcte? alone'.will determine, but the fact], the 4 republican' organization ? If be does I n thing being said to him about oathsor_ pledges. -1 Government of Spain cannot hold much'Ion- .of.tJlii tmtrJo1 c aUnbuLe. .the.n inrrcnnded to'pr"ll '1-..

;: i 'that those important precincts are claimed not, he will allow me to loll him thathe is uninformed He partially consented-ami after dark in Ler d K'NO A.Ju 'I..of. life. -
germ .cie ;; jBontiuuaUy relaxing r- A ; ,
NOTHING TIU nothing -
,- ow 'T&6 noss IfaiDf.dh
has his and a ; J
doubtful if not really against tli-3 subscr'pition ] of die facts as he certainly been lib friend called at room proposed !
us .cap, 4bis 'last of her colonies. She moat'1 judge of the late election-in Vermillion z1d'Qav' .W mhle" 'I :
of qortsi i of the philosophy of the Amei.icanjiioveme.nt? walk, They went out togetherarid after#o* :; ,, :
.- sho\ts the importance vigorous Why,in funcit gave us (-v. Morwll; i in ,ing some distance his friend put the enquiry sooner or later give it up ; this is sure, manifest -i has.been arrested on a charge of taking. tick an, aware how dearlytamed ;' ;-1

41 by it'friends. Wo ehould all beer ia mind Pennsylvania, Gov. Pollock ; in Iowa, fcrn.i, to him, rould he take an oath His reply inevitable destiny ; and when it does !eta from 'the voters, and changing them on pnukntlr omitted recor1.th. -ema.

l ; )1 'that the. Road dependsr-ujon' Mondays voting tor Harlan, in place of one Augustas Csrsar was-that ho was riot in the habit of taking. come,.as it surely will, to this complexion at i ted their, a way watch to the setj.and balloi-bujk.the rascal II.,caught___iofthevery r/.j. ,'..?rF'. fr(ldRMndinotA1uDhJ Woctidfld.'Cewmrfi'
If Leon consents to Illinois Trumbull descendant oaths when a witness in Court Finally 1 .
act ngIr. Dodge Lin nator except 'Ii-
'Eflt acco '
last to whom Is this rich and He '
would priceless jewelto act. is to Jt>e.ts ed before Ihree Jos.I graD.over one thonsanpf cjenT x'n .

I! l lubsc be, the long desired work will be EC- I of Trumbull Wisconsin of Connecticut, the congressional revolutionary del what,kind however of an, he oath concluded it was. lIe ho was taken see fall { Is there an American citbn vwho tites. and some thirty or forty wjtoesses
cured, but [if the opposition triumphs, there I memory ; Wen subp n d.his trick-,zn, y'aetount.for estcnat 'hew iblud
I egation", save one; in Michigan, again the up a pair of stairs, and. he and other candidates would agree that England or France should may.make some many .

W !is every reason to fear that the enterprise wilj 1 I congressional delegation save one ; in Ohio, were stuck back in a little nntieroomfor take possession of the key of the Gulf? We other Cleareland know-nothin J .victories. in.other places. how many !soldiers (nlnbnster\ ,)" nndiiti $
t it"-!' .be forever crushed. Men of Leon! are youprepared the entire congressional delegation, with no a ,AVhjU Ho WAS jthen conducted:into the never heard any one yet say, that should Cuba men Castle., it would require* ; '. to*' capture.. thMr.

. for'such result ? Can you hopet exception ; ill New Tork, "\V m. II. Seward, '''lodge or council room and the oath was administered .
a .
: ,
.:ii! In be alienated from the parent country, eith. Brigham Young the.High' Priest 9( lor- a i r
and he invited
for United States Senator through the was to a seat.
! : .:fbr a_bettor.qppcrtunity securing aid than even votes of the anti-slavery members, of the organization the coarse of the sitting tho president of tho er by revolution, conquest or purchase, it mondom and Governor of Utah Territory, de. SCARCITY AT, TH_> :-' Ke
' iipjii >Ts aflbrtkB by the general! act of the last l legSi ; in New Hampshire, everything council made a speech, denouncing President should be held by any other country than our livered a long and impassioned '-harangue' tothe "_ ?* > .., published". '"m'ptekcns' ,-! "datrfc' I,flb*>:t*C,/

; ?- --.?filature. ? The. State offers you bonds with sir i!-a victory which is to result I fondly anticipate Pierce and his administration. Mr. Leach, own. Tho best. and. wisest 'men in the coun- Latter Day Saints at Great Salt Lake Cityon .*a$4 .J S \tWTh

hr.':;; which to iron,and equip: your. Road, provided in returning to the United States Senate who had ever been a sound and consistent itry .have pressed' their opinions on this view the 18th February. He commenced with -scarify of gnriif

have public spirit enough to grade tho by almost unanimous consent, John P. Democrat, said this bE'g8tl.to waken hjna.up, orally.thit thQ districi t l is wortty J
'Joa : of the case, in plain and unqualified language.The reviewing the persecutions sustained ,by the
Hale for another lerm ef wxyears'! :[Demonstrations and for the first time he mspected some political tice. We oubts.wKe&rour, ,oldest
. .1 t:. Krack and prepare it for the fixtures-and on of applause, which the speaker instantly movement in opposition to the Democratic Great Expounder" and conservative pa. I faithful,eulogizing Joe Smith, as,in.duty bound. have ever'before experieoesd aeh adr

i Monday you are to decide whether you have I checked, Hou. Mr. Hrtle bding seated party, ofwhichhe was afterwards convinced. triot, Daniel Webster, in 1848, when Secre- :extolled,the.patriotism of,&e .MnEznons. during Hitherto, a large'qaantity'-(f( corb kai 1

{?1-t. .this spirit If you vote not to make a Coun- I at the ti.m 'bJ his side.] After the council adjourned he told his friend tary of Stat, used this language: ,the war with Mexico, and 'gradually. .developed yearly made urPickens,districtnL1e, pri
'. j effect ,"a will S of.some.things that displeased him, when he ana" wantsbeng' It :
( .r subscription you.in' say ".Cuba for.instan e.in the hands of Great : the motive object of his, discourseby mii& '
the road and there's an end Southern Literary Casket. was assured that he had not yet got fairly.in. I tomary.tq isrgo sarjim to::
not grade so :
:% Britain would' render her influence in this a disquisition on the right of Congress,
The of to be to the merits of it-that he had only taken ; gupus.districts;. Lit year the monthly
which has prospectus a new ,
: li of tlie.matter. Madison,. so promptly one degree, and kl1tll"-not. -that there quarter unlimited. Entrenched at Havana under the Constitution to interfere'. with.the short-by thedronghtAnda11xge ''pberbt

. 'i ,!!. pledged r faith may then point the finger entitled as above, has been sent us by the' cditors were two more degrees he must take to.have and San Antonio the religion of the Mormons, polygamy included. hands being employe. 'pn,;thij1
ports as impregnable as '
: l 'of contempt at us' -Jefferson can do the same. -Messrs. R. L. FCLTOX and W. M. Rus.-. all the beauties of the order revealed to him. Brigham says no, or authority in the her ,boondaVes tle !'coxsumpdosa.t..,:_:Q.g
; Rock of Gibraltar she will be able to close .power
:tj I SELL-to be published Thomasville, Ga., Mr. L. decided he had itito'thesnap" reAter than .pjaal .Curing ti iriaUry fie.
t : i- T '.'will say, "you men of Leon talk; butthat's as got Government, can .lawfully.or ? *:
the two entrances to the Gulf of Mexico and righteously modest
on theiflret of August next The work is to ,that he would go through with it, arid the next mers were compelled to feed their'ett&iea
all when i ft comes to furriis'iing material .
: SI ; ; I I night he took lie other two degrees, .which oven to.prevent the free passage of.the com ,them;) the.peaceable: ? and quiet enjoyment fodder as well ihsd1nfii6ddb
, .:'F.k .t; "aid .you are found .wanting-uot that be devoted to Literature, Religion, Morality, of their religion polygamy.of!
.s made him a Sell of the Sires of 76; that merce of the united States over the "Bahama course, 50 sqpn as spring copi encadto. tnra them ta

;.l '':.1' : 'o : love the Roadless but-y our money more*." Biography:, and especially to the advocacy of being the name of the order after taking three Banks and through the Florida channel." Included. The Ex.Governor. stremsttO have. the range. Sprang 4*pncomraonjy bacJna/4

..c ._ ...:: :fiaI1 each a reproach be cast in our teeth, as Southern Institution?, and the development of degrees. He was then solicited to buy some q acfluiesced.injthe apppintment of Col.Steptpe and cattle could not even find buds of' tn f

.... :: .' "it surely will be if we fail to .range ourselves;I Southern Resources of every character. Each papers to enable him to establish a council in The Asheville News Nprth Carolina cOt as Qpvernor ofU lh. sufficiently put forth'to' affprd uoconsequently & ;

'".t' :: : Jby the' eide of our sister Counties T We hopesnot I i I number will contain 32 or more pa.gp-8ub. North Carolina, which he did with :the un. tolnes-the card i' .tttrningtire iiraiat. .to. kaiijU.
fallowing "
::; ; I : bfi them 6t dIe: r
derstanding thafifhe eon , ,(. ;. Wo believe there will. be no occasion for, ,. scription price 83 per annum, to be paid on a council-that! he should return the papers and 1'0,tile"PabUc.IIEiDER."ox"ILLJr. The great'moral drama, of Banyan's .Pil pzqca aD:1t)1r-"i l i.

..:; :t It .i iV provided every friend of the enterprise does I the reception of the.f l"t number. The commencement get his moneybaek. After-heearno .borne he April 6, 1855. grim's Progress is now being performed at the command 'a largV!price; Corn is bow sttE&g

, ,;.;i.: )I.s duty at the polk Then -let the order of I an-undertaking of Mich a.t har.J sent the papers back and demanded1 his money, We whose have theatre, 1ill l d p'b6. This is the first appearance (oilli. per bttheI,;arid Boar'19"' ':
names are undersigned, lL4-t.riJi..r-l* %._ >" '*' J* '*r
S S t-. tic day be vcr. .. j I icier at a time'liketUis is' certainly a bold but never got it. He roughly disgustedwith never been in the habit of bringing ourselves of that famous work in dramatic The'timjETare'should 1.At' '4un.i .''..-.a'i eQ1W!
5 be : '
.. .SS move.-but we really eee no reason 'why a Know Nothingisrn, and had never visited before the public eey ; nor shall we do so, now, from, though, in fact, it is intensely dramatic. .wifl.drawn. pr
Ii ', : : In hot tnltry weather, vhatis mere refresh well conducted monthly such as the Casket" oaths one-of lie their had lodges taken since., and prayed He regretted God to forgive the I, were we not impelled thereto, by very grave in its original form.. But only think' of the t. I .abrighlwjfutnre/"- -< -S k "-!.Ir -' ;:"1

*; .}( ing'than a glass.of col-: Soda AVater," such will no doubt be, should not be supported and him. He warned everybody, and especially -, considerations ourselves of what and we believe to be our. actors of the modern stage.in the! sacred char, : A. B: [
. f :: us, oar friends BABNAKD & MAXWELL ere I Ie' sustained. The editors have our best wishes Democrats against the order. .Ue said duty, our fcllow-cjtizens. 1 :l teri.of that immortal dream -The,idea ia ',last" "Mobile Register" we-.I "..flnoVtion tQtarMT'V-II'-q
"' We have been induced, by what, at the time
, % ;:l -slwaj-s ready to,serve one \itb at their Drug I for-thfir success. some good Democrats might be seduced into seemed to us plausible reasons, to become startling, and almost suggests the revfVal of from this able aif 7

. .ft::,:. S|,re'r f If you. are thirty dropin-Syrups -. the order, but.the)would not stay there. members of an organization commonly.known the "Mysteries" of the middle ages when the man, io.which bielesahlsplicitfIth : skirts x>f12<;eccg-

js;:: jn! yariety.'The. I MONEY AFFAIRS.-The Baltimore Patriot No man.who desired to maintain the Constitution in the country as K.now- ethings." It was most solemn facts, of sacred history- -evtjn. h 1 Td& !: W
and allow the \
privileges guarantied by <
: The market continues increasing represented to us, by men in whom we had 'i : S S
: says money
the crucifixion and the resurrection
-} } ; Sentinel Calling for Proof. it, could remain in the Know Nothing order. that this were not He u, Ii. 't, e- ., I 'JJ
c confidence organization
in Our latest advices from all < was gotten
ease. ..quar Its principles were repugnant to the.Constitu- certain i only the common .bat, the only .theatric.*! ." S 1Wlke Ecl lt1".Wt tJ ,.Bt r tb

) '. ? "It.is quite natural that the Sentinel should tera confirm this statement In New York, tion, and in conflict with civil and rtligious upfprthe principles, purpose wh'icji recommended promoting themselves great to .entertainments knawnr and neady all ./ the :, i YI < :' ihir 141

.,.-r .0.anxioul to rescue the dark-lantern party Boston, Philadelphia, New .Orleans and various freedom. Every member was sworn to support us as Americans,and protestants.Our i machinery of the stage'wu made from popular latlon fr' raemIi VcTW ,_,i1.

:':; : :frt>m-the'charge that it i is a free soil aboli"lion other important :points, we observe that the candidate designated by a majority.He short experience observation. of this descriptions of heaven and MlLin\ : : ty called the Know Nothings. 'Now, -,

;;;t 'partyBut it i is useIeSs'to" kick against capitaLis abundant and seeking investment at had no choice, no freedom in tho matter. new ordpr, hav.ejjeen; sufiil f ip.
redttccd A of .J
; S rates. variety causes are now The minority must surrender thing to .tt1ibr1' 11n of t.a fchWi'I :
'--t't.: the prick" Thefcuts. re.too ttarf ing andoverwhelming. operating which induce tIle agreeable- every usthat! .we -in'led'illfo error ; that'the OA'!letter from, $l Petersbttrg ;'jn /d1.e' : ,
hope the
.,..\t. the majority, without even privilege of remaining association has been gotten and is pushed .J 'i } b t 'rO r'id JA pij.
._.t There *bas \110t:1S.n electiontaken that we. shall yet find financial affairs more passive. me .ie' .aiaiedA deathblow forward to promote the selfish up and ambitious Danube Vienna; saysDr. Mandt homes- ,icy ,pdipIsaiuU&yoppcu&2o: It.

'-i: ;S. place in any oi the free States- that has consonant with the general wish. True, considerable 'at religious liberty, for as the majority views of a certain class of reckless and unscrupulous opathic physician to the late'.emperor, has'left I believe that.thiey.U war...it1i1 ..

..a'f.: ..' not fully demonstrated, to tlie satisfaction of exports of specie have taken place rnled in every thing, the tendency was to at. politicians ; and that it is, in its Russia in great haste, and secretly. HV is 'and'most tiered prinefplH' ( 5 Pchth11.. .

:ft. minds identity of Know Noth. recently, but mqch ofthisecvereLo..djuit old tacks .on other denominations when the Catholics origin, objects and working essentially" : State .C ion. .. Jb1f' A1Au3.noWA.
!; impartial cor- 'tod- concealedfrom ...
long =
I debts, and it is encouragiag ta.kUQ.tha, theseare should hare:been put down ; and there -' pr..o.b.1yi. ; 'ili."rt 'bIic I )11 1ti .I. m 'Tl'
; ._ !
!.: i ingTJsm \\ithabo1i Has not the Sent'wel met promptly. Our recent imports have was'no teUing .where it would end. ..Strifes rupt"On the augu .de eB@d.tiyU fc&lung.wa* attacked L .$". yar D" r

:.";r. seen these evidences I They.are summed been confessedly light, compared with other and contentious, and even .bloodrshed.would. en ten in this-BQbjectwe'regret to details, that we might that we more cannot fully ; also: 'with having hims, 1peni4th ',to be .s&them: fllIi. :Demoeratsiad,
; the Washington Union, and if they seasons. Speculative and extravagant overtrading be the. bale resdlts. ; 1iado&and u'Jti
i; up.thus'-by pr S explain our reasons for this conclusion. Without medicines Destined for the emperor, instead of ,ney.et' im'er .bIYa cSo
'. A.;'.: 'not conclusive of the charg, they .*re has been greatly reduced, business'has One tbing re etlerl-by'Mr. Leach will prob- nf'itafA't.1." t
.. tp',. are assumed a safer.uid more legitimate babis- somewhat astonish andthat discussing the question, how far an obli- having them prepared by a druggist Great ," j'" .jVI'.
ably protestants ST .
"'th. : ; gation, induced by circumstances of delusion irritation was manifest against him 1 at St. Pettersburgy t- S .1 .fT pft .I Y'
iienca.a decreased demand -
.f itj Jbrjaoney. is that the candidates for admission into the Tnt QtU' D mt1c '_ _
First That .nearly every.caserthe Know and misrepresentation of/acts is binding Jt ,
arid the Alexander .bf!
.r: K. N. order are sworn upo what do Emperor l.r
f..' Nvthings in the free SUtee>bave elected violent -I The Boston Post hints that the fifty thou suppose, protestant reader, ?-a Bibleno! you is enough do that we do not think;proper willfully } advised,him, it is said,.to leave:.Russia "' i II, -p! !:the.. 9.Ci wtj i
.to any thing: that.would seem to conflict W 1) that CooSaofa HtS&J
free-soil Wtegs'to the"34th Congress. a id Irish citi. ens of Boston, with three millions indeed, hut upon a crow. On enquiring the with such.aAJWligstioin.We.c0iteiptj sajs .

":+J: .Eeeond.. That in every case, with but three of dollars ondeposile in the savings reason of this Mr. Leach was informed that it >ur elve8.at.this, .$ime, there- Tn CJto .-=f Adrices fr/wja/ o.vafouspor.tions will prpbay4ht aire ;< thfslpnjs 'Y.i")

J" \ or. four' exceptions; every ,candidate for Con- banks-are to meet on the Boston Commonand was to keep out Catholics, who did not regard for "with proclaiming that we henceforth renounce oftlie'West arehUy (favwable .L'he yACCOinpjiihtterposhiop bbtpor._
j, **"* *! 1 an oath taken a Bible, but would pf M. Caetd.'tae S.ptcaB! >QnItU
4.( upon all to this secret order ajnd St. Loois of the 17th ; .
allegiance ,
: The order of says: f-
-grcb .elected by the Know.Nothngs: w: a get ready to go. <#remoi. come in and get their secrets and reveal then;; tiaALb1nauthd14til: :diaclaim.
shake from the fetters las '
compelled to l.Jgc !! .inadvanco_ to all ;!:al is given: but whon the crow was presented to then us it attemptedto Rain:hiis,fallea to such an extent and bqr, ;
..-iiG : impose on us ; and with earnestly warning our forth the tqa right;: Or
the iajoo ,
and pretensipn
sun shining so warm
'i I 'S 't.he extreme measures of the abolition wIng, ; "The nunnery committee, with Mrs. Pat. they would not take the oat Thus K. N.'s fellow-citizens as they value their rights as
will be i in attendance and the whole steal a symbol Catholicism cheerfuUythat one,can almost see the greengrass visit our vessels bnJtbe'hign sets.- or theCommodore's
f\l beginning \\ith tLe .restoration of.tiie Mi j protostajt citizens, and the inalienable birthright of "
: crowd will be addressed by Gov. Gardner, use to put down Catholicism hi ienl. every Jeaping from the grpund/arid trees "will iniiruc ti oni,' the3 !trais1anJ
line and ending with the free American tow n ( ons directs .-*' .." '. "1"
:? souri-Ccmpromiee Mr. Leach concluded lis bud forth tfiost promising in a' day, .or,twpT- I cfi > "r" ,
and other
I Iflfl.j. Me.: Hiss, Mayor Smith distinguishedknow by expressing against all connection with this insidious or. sajs that they were'a pfe-o .
r4 S Jiepealof the:fugitive-slave law. After this that ho had deviated he Unless all'signs fall/ w$we now to have such
nothing orators. exodus Bosf sorrow ever (
.,** .. !r.oil ganization. n amt for the; xbibW<5O i in.futortj Vof&t ftis
of and and and
-'' ''eY ry governor, elected by ton may be but a small village,out happily there beaten track ot uemocracy, and asking tiat ;5. CANTTRELL crops grain, grass, fruits everything '. s.t -. .A n *-.'' 2 '?.ri \f"r"'A-
he be'received that is'desirabl ;;'as have never been respect for.-qw pp iifijci l righ 1,,.uI ,
!; theKnoAv-Nqdiings; in the free States was \\ill no longer be any fears pf the machination might back into the fold, declaring R. THOMPSON..KOISUTH'S "
f his proclh.iii of his holiness the,pope. 'Thanks to *he that he knew Sam" and despised kno wn in this,sectipff.of the,ccyotry. It ;Tis the GorGtr* or'Cnb wla 1"icld1

4h1: compelled to.:,.Rvoyp. abq1i1ioD'. great.(?) American party, that we shall here. his principles and would fight him to lie OPI'fIox.-L.' Kossuth not to be exp c't f.that any thing vvfll interfere v rVipi.qwrjiajljoa,- _, itk-
forihel efit
in advance, and we give.th.elist >c appears with the of the farmer
after bo in no danger from female Catholic prospect and isdictwn of -n r '
4- of': the Knoiv-Nothing papers r Grimes of, schools nnd other similar institutions"-that end.After Mr. Leach had concluded, Mr. Anderson extremely i anxious to involve the United Statesin ether cnltivators of the soil, and i it may reasonably JJ ofCuhaDrn t'fjtN.-m.II".L! ; :( .

Massachusetts Metcalf of 'and Hicks of Wake called who the Eastern war. In this late letter he be hoped thatr with the new cjp'ps 10' -.5-5.S .. 5 1. _,_ .,It.oriiJ
Iowa Gardiner of we may breathe freely sleep soundly, and was upon, expresses i- <' ;
that in the of .Mated that he was induced to take moderate prices will be more id for all i Temporal JWr / New Hampshire, Biugliam of Michigan, DutttqaofCounecticut wo can now, eloquent language one degreein himself puzzled to understand how it vogue

Hcppin.of Rhode Island, the governor, Americanize America." the dark order, which satisfied him that no is that the United States dp not even claim to the necessaries of life. At all events,thecroa- fed 1 :J*
i S good'Democrat had any business there, -. .idhe kers have been silenced'and those: who cultivate HeCiB, ,t&fcrjir
Pollock of Pennsylvania, Morrill of Maine. I A correspondent writing from New.York withdrew, I He also wanted those \Wo have a voice in the settlement of the limitation the soil; i in luiyof the: modes provided Richmond;ia BbmTa Q1

.Fourth ,That every senator o the.Uuked : 25th April says- heard him against thax>rder, and said.he' disdained .0'}the Russian i Navy in the Black. Sea, and for .the application'J.t labor, niay:IJ'to: l Irk. itstTj' .r'i Qt wdy'totr? i >>siH c .- I-* w **fa? ?'T.

S' States elected 1 by.the Kn "'.N tl nWli!a rank 1 -No faith should be placed .in any of the it l. similar.inRtters of general policy. IJe t depj with a.l1g1tbeart.and..t'he.conJld nt, pd taI Eajfe ia vhjc *W denotes to' tcapflcupAVitoar

) avowed abolitionist The following .' : _S 55 lores j.fathat thejgreat republic of America I tioo of favorable season, notwithstanding S
11 fanatical, and : reports of new ways-of manufacturing paper. ..fv'i 't f4 ? .L
i II and then some fellow oomes into Attempted suicide- -Lots of pne i.huudrfd should" condition the advent may have been soiau.V*. tar/. 'amiunpropjtjdus. S iI'd
) ; list !is Eubinitted i the inspection and Every now permit Jhe of Christians ." the teams sDay;
eoantqr by Pope,
f ; dollars-by the ;
with the announcement thousand gamblingW copy .
"office cheering S .l "
of the East the balance of
Harlan your .the
t S crilcism of the Know-Nothing papers: power, bot saottld bexsome,wiA
I .
TT-. '
to publisher f.a, newspaper, hat he has following from the New York Express/ d.J >f\\
:: of Iowa, Wilaon'of Masachdsetts; Durkee of I length every discovered, after years of experiments; last political equilibrium of the world, and a maritime ,.. Romance of.Indian.Life*-A.",private sol* te'rP9 ; ij41Wrnater

*Wisconsin, Seward of New York,. (however a 'sure thing" in the-. vay of manufacturing Monday" A wealthy: gentleman named B..ilec.fr code of international public la\""to.be1 dier, writing, from;Tort '1.'Laramfe, Marco! lmentions and frnnchisetoiiheCW1 ,bom, wbq 4 *ftcK

t1 : his-praseot position:.may be at war with this first-rate paper,and-of good color, out of' bas. : Maryland arrived here some two: weeks go ,: discussed, modified and arranged.without demanding : the following incidents of the jnas-' tonzeentiotis1y' 4lkS

tfl undenTaWe fact;) there can be little doubt wood, shavings, sawdntorabme' such cheap' I Jipijn a.visit to his friends, and became the an official communication npCnh : sacra. of. Lieut Grattan. : S"I.wlFgieyou <. ,
that in Jis' he will' beprepared < -, }
will be chosi material, and a few .we i of die Carlton House. He fell into the subject and he describe. this "seifinVflicted
t that men-fcf the same opinions n furnish better than guest ( ; as a I : ; two fact connected with : -
S ffwn'New-Hampsbiroasa result of the last you paper are I habit visiting the gambling establishments ortracUm from Among the Powers 'of the'massacre' which I have never seen 4n the Wbats S O.tIt8.,2I4''
J nse at a'fabnlpusly'Iow price. You
decoWln.Att Sufe.'" 'Nthliibnt1he&tn.tqr : -, delighted, of couraeyana ;straightway make:a' Broadway' and became at taro. 'deiper- the earth, a voluntary abdication of the politi. papers.' A musicnn--cneo. (the j t-.ow& One ofthe
-.:- -. ate better. .On some.occasions the .sbaxpers rjedji andin! mat tinfortanaU'd. .
1' I 1 ed ormar s uaw,
: i .: \iu'e mocrarty: i Jennsylvania plunge at your inkstand and..dash off a paragraph wouldplay the .in jwichiftroianner to chi standing i the Republic, and a 'spontahe-' l. ; a _
game .. $, foiMta saw;dwg vjWtenfogT fatcaapfrthe tb.
tddenth&1be rla of all the broth.reii.threjojcein y $4i
and:Jodiana_Las:.tKusi iar,prftvi.ited4he return : let the intended yiotira trja four,and fire un- ous.", self-degradation the conditipn" 'of', .Japanbrparsguay. rallied hher fathfrland 'brother tar cthtni '1 t

from those States to the United States- senate '; beifigfon: your: exchange the dred dollars.\ .When satisfied fa&l. list7'} In' a few 'dayi'afth'ntrd1n; comes tonien.uw 8tto.bo. plucked, .oper.tionun. ,.,, __LtLJ bi i-r'_ him Ai.' .'!il-t"itilI.IuUj
of rtfnVand tmcdm romiiinJg alxditionisti1 basswood man to .borrow ten dollars'in'*' S : J 1 ",'. S to." .. tee' \ .r i4
: : fenced iieartiestrJ.jHe even naked J9lr/.qD.e Tlie : .t Jaiz4pt! .
< Know-Nothiugs "iare saidvtobe..very" or.nA ,W1WUlJoo. '
Mdoubiedistiia'factthxt and
Not 8 ... neveronLWlD1o few days more, the shaving man appears, >'
.. dollars .
". .tum'several hundred f. $ ..
: .u., 'Yc.. .rl. I If .ampaniniginjth : it.the oiherJpJUnsaidwa; wcandfidhinuelfiia
'' .1Ju.'w. ,strong In.the ie walks-off ttftH.tenJ iSbr'iiid; 'at last, in ( numerous 1111! Veneruelai-and; their metKod ofdealingwithforeigftersisa arrows )
: o some '3q(4 I :
: ;S ; tbeizealoua dthnO.thG4IQid1 aI J5e* iitJ! Q sS
for five
-individual ten.
.uwd a or a TOh br ; :
:. and wester Sta s M since the' trijnicr'moi5tjreTolQUonarj pops the 000 drawing ardfrzn k ,. g.. ik i :
; .5 acgbm benefactor of the race byi.the.raere pX one \ alittletiaJwxiia i f! .J". : ."" d" 1P'. -. I'" I rh heiat d'e ptgDbbrns : ttl!
r .". .. J J1DIp ir tke ;l oN. thng.. S ;(with Yoalend sogMrretuc'tancej. i Bat:wha\ can you, dot.J JIs the: .handj ofthe; '4ealtr.-. q4.. 'N";:; 1 OJ1g, w. ;F-.erY.t (,PeR 1n u. .; t1.! 110 mof'tIJ_ ThJ 1'1.IndiA"< .J.t .b1ti J

aboKtipn, instruct tobent.4i: e wbb1after.dtthf In this wa".Che pppr.msn"rpfrsisted e cityofOoro.: ...I.driv.ont qJi r. E & { J TPJ 4
he (
O "u
been 'Jiiugt { was fl eced,:.t'LsM,;of jiipbu ?sttrtssackeb ca QflstMthfd4; indsoa1psdeforh4iyed ,
2s'&d''wCltiioMMTC! ; already passetftfsA'jrja l ftIib Il'hi.fe ; :
t S 4> <" ; 9'J":17 ,.n.,I., sed44''.e_, b : iAft8J'1hI""ie"
tb J O' them tb enUre rlCel.i ,. '. M et (L-\Y. : J aidll-.t.: 1to, ; C& '!kLL' :, ? : : :
.e.... : ypP 'I. loss.wfll'proba J l. ,, JU.on' : ..
*f .. r. back, jour mone7taj Nt psp.xe ':.aee. ii.er 6aNl m,. p( jreek.or,.' *Alba>'f'(1T'itll., J'jk this_ .-IfJ.,n ;' 1i. B i 'm
-ffcie -- ( S .r'' 5')5.t ,
i.si4 i.
I 44hfl11 ; 1 l
$ .
:>Ttrt* i .U T 4v n' l bylb' KnowNoffin m *ga19.t le YtbQ4&Wd,3PzS !ted dayEl /t-] .. : t.fl.i ,.11h&beea4 "hI" "'H '1 ijJQ'P $. .' I.Ipass1&ws.pobibWngf.oeIgne1o c..1fl S'"I pj *' :Jn, .1 .

t .. t.fce &V i iii' 4l..1..-; ) 1'1!. 1':' th 'f 'jii' ;''l: 1 1 ,", DoHng'.the. .p t.. "(OPht.lD1.1o" 1 t Vr, '. ; Ct; l Ipved sodcarly.iI. -t t ti tc-i",A"_'', & Ipti' Jt

5fiWTu flLlf J=*cx L 1'' wT/iLYi'i'f- ,* ..,':! 'n lf t i'l 'I ,Jf fIt.! ,t 4f h uintryiiTh ppO..eOlfi Hvfaiito' .-Yo"KM.A.

1 tJ1 jtt .vO !fJ.'1 1,. ) .1'RO>a. .+ 'lpau4iciexpres became.Oa.neonicqup&i4iy; i' i 1ir &tR't! pRt ; ,#, It 1 is siated'that SacKtary Uroy ha sop-

S or oaL ..,. e 1:. '. S' f f..i'{ w;'t "'.: f't"! t.or < tho hope? that if a war between n Spain:.awd nude Hsi way to thenxJuwp fI I '.1 iSTnhJ. I ti !d -viLiiro t't Jt-TtM!'*'; ; Ml 't7h lft1r.thtt -

; iha' trophkiof 'Know-Nothing- the United States, arises' ont of Cuba, England shall, in Leonard streeV whe .18 wc&' $ Aa.swtostenetfmth\Q t c, -,44 J'JiijJ ;.tJM )" j" t'' gwrnl j. .. '<. .&f crt JifV < 1 .... Jtf i ifs '* I

ii.the: ,he ttec. We ask_,. will. &o will. fcot'ttW feideir'wMi 'eithei1,1 Ii says fer., ,At, 8' ,'yt. .-?- -,- -i *. : .l|-r' Ihll'

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.. .7' .s.&.' _- '".yQ." .:, ,... 'h." ,& .a-- ottd'1. ..thO 'p'i' .1- *' $ -" .11- 13)flril J. *. 't I I rn.f"IN","i/tFY.T" hi e ; !
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..7""Ii" .("'' &TM ...,A"& Cf'r,. flfiL ft.oMSTrJ:5r. 'r10T.Kvl"v I jPiD' *fc"to ; A general wail comes-ln- t ,''O :.,'.' '' f ;1
t.."!' _; 'r.i, 1 the .P. s owjiojtJ ; oW B i orie No' $ }t 7 l > nj 'J oflAGa' ., :
.W oJIII'l e r Bi* d
1 r 4. ;'ta b ftvc: 8, anq.to.J give i evidence tq tbojse amogshomitekneIot t .s\u1f"i.n : 'f j..L though 1iJe thie 1. ,

tb I is cut fiiattiiey are''freemen i"irMIi't'\ oriinerria'navigatfon. : ing'. 'tG. :.t-.l ;2-. fIlj "'f.J'IIi :!
mi1iOll. i
1'\ ,jmf MTll'act as''isncJi'J'and thus many.olthemvCHo T compaLvy, iy aall bnin g4th ';'out'6' ? their holes, nit Iwa WIU., 14..:
B Wm
Comwaioner.of .v8F: 'SoJI] or 'eve ir Abolition era States alone to furnish labor, than any .other 'isowd thathe;in'''tmcl-pa t-Haem _. tate.' :,J

The Pensions decides that dred jniUion .. ,'n* S actual UayltWDUSfl.ILa .slaf.1)J. "
I principles, vote fhfr prp-slavory ticketThey people. all winter wsuf aonoucu scarcity as :.
.A powjy of attorney cannot be executed till would] do .rather than bear the imputation ciesT"i 'It willnot do to : -.'
any thing1, ofa few ins of Ca it. was speculation. -" *rTRIBUTE .
after tlia bounty land warrant SllleL ThenunVfc ; or even,the suspicion of being slaves jmrnens i 'accessions to our' points-on'lh 'rdtfte rT: t r : ttmXMP& H

oC:applications. up tothj* time. is 112- of the Aid" Society. The recent* election has tionffrooi'abroad; it will could"be open OPOT. ,. .

000., "\ I demonstrated, C4s fact In the Representative that they' are the result of St.John,to the South- At s Wnwtk! ofJdgEfd.6, 1.0.0.Fadopttd. TImmn-oovJf. I '

district yclept by his, .Excellency the are jthe result of a neglect the whole othjen. held iA'rIJttf" Mal d,*ss-th king pr .' tMrj.J.e..m.M rr.J1lr. -

.".Sxrootnco. LwTTm'.AT. .., t. Borrow.-' .. Governor' what reason we know not, the soil! Wo 'are blest with ( : ? natural tf nbk sad. "wtr.\' 1 Imb DepwtflisiBl.oodw U4 give tttt..J DOt ismeooe tA'LMt_ II J I'-. r"."
BOSTON, .Apnl 27, Burr Oak 'District where there are some mon schools in the greatest nw'the ( 4 .
junction of he to wit; 1 above asm .d UsaK ,.a Mo k IIIJ IIIL', _. '
Jn the Bearbf the passengers*: bfggcge three hundred voters, at leait one hundred .or : our f ee laJbor is perishing the Interior may seem yHxaxAS.ft bss p1_ .Almighty XJod.in, t n- J .. jnIIiJU. 11 '

D(the.8t AlDet.'Af'rka" the custom house oraceri : one.hundred. and fifty of whom. are Free,Soil- and jneat while in the those' unacquainted with cue of Supreme Trrtdbm;to rcnxxTe froihr el aeaeouiBrotLer wfU em. k&- hd4i$23tIG

trunk Waterson, the highest pro-slavery candi- ing the drought, they have 'b are the l less -u.. :
'I focnd-a belonging to theTSuropean ers, / none is.HI % : XUOSt wortbf
..Jta. ; .
; Express'Company. having 1,000 letters, cori- date, received 258 votes, and Fee, Free Soil, bundance.: : ; : : Gnad; ; kM. tb. Orso3 Lodige-if MX Stat.tiUfitI* of ',: i

UiAiagdrafts, dwi., ;directed. |o* merchants', of only 2. And f so* its runs. ,throughout :th Terri The fr r labo.rer finds ( tjiev North rivers can ,:a Z9c l. 3 i! ., ; ;- w'Im17ic. 1 IIftrr ... f-". *
> I. cess for M.ing rick : : of i7"miles in .. .a4 '. i*
1oawn 4ewiYoik., tory. g aitioo be ocu *:a.od tbe.bjgJ1.chraet.r tabor* t'! u. 1t4C Q..Jt' "
; by the rough hard work of would cdnneck the Ma- :#Thik. -J, .
J\ IZZOVAt'O'JTCDO* towjfo. The British Give up Seb .tol. band. 'But merchants and 'fiver. ''Thre"plended riv- for integrity mefulmev and.&b Uwsket OueiaM t*% ': i&i.C trI ? -cI
'" Tire, ard our sorrow ItttQ,'tktrtfdre be it lta _.
'; Senate of Jjsjssachusetisjhas concurred The last mails from Cremia, bringjing accounts -. ulators, financiers, politic : ] 'nar&atfon.'jfiO: miles to -m
is &Q Hotue resolution removing Judge Lortag 1. fi&hft; ,u.riiHf Mm .t! < odg bat.e4ot JMN6d. .th l.IkOt' L ,
i of the fierce engagements of tnd 17tb, rfiaj', in a single operation ] forNazwL- toeseiI toptber wltlt. .a'h ;
4itB j
: learned ttafeigned MrrW.iiLixldwplj' d | tbe} ,... ;
vote'of: 27 to 11. ; .
;by 25th all confi- while.the farmer though lliort th.Boardort1ls -- (I
22d; 23d and have destroyed a an'al''Of 3 dutb 'or Ibflr' bUor d "Jko the iai'il 1' oat.WofthJ'Grand totnpna ) I : .
AyOTDER, ABJUE3T IX CUBA. dence.in the final fall Sepastopol in qurters ble living against all nne.rt with Lake Worth. Da.C uaI.llJ} Pwrz 'bv -

George Heftsey, master of the bark Jane where It has hitherto been tenaciously main more. Hence farming only 3 'miles into the Slater Ldglt.Muter to; and which&at he they TM Bynipat ittiebedin.th.sbov.Q 'vUh tb jr-' \ .IT.4Jfl. W.TU Kna-1: 'BAitbi:ictlD7U. ..,Wadwl -,t.. if?

Dotcy, has jvabUshed a 'cjard In the BORton'o tained. It now.appears that the Allies havemado been left to the "old fogi ;from the Everglades : 'iIua.t1and I. 1 41 ".TttriI.1 lf .4 I IIf

ititi g "that he was, arrested in Cuba .-and are making no advance' on the I America atitbe t > North. .js } \ the Miami, to Key beventwhiihudepctv.d. Opn'bf' i.''..4,;., t.'o.1cijb3mm.: !a.-"."J '
excmpisry .
Awhile on 'his way" to get clearance papers, fortress; on the contrary that the enemy is sp'ecuIators"nnaincierB, thence inside the reef to r. f *. : 3 .- f..1' t 111FT" Ji"1.tP"I..t; ,,JJl1t
the death of MOlt 'I
and released on. declaring himself an fast advancing on them. sters, oyster.saloons, through Shark river to 2. ReaoZvedjThatin oar Worthy : 'IL'
only Grand>aster,this-Lodge and the Order throoglioat Toi11otllo 1, \I, 1!"Gft. t.
Englishman .. The Russians- have actually tl rown up twone.w abondizing politicians, &c. !iea, Natural B Ietcee&c, also l Lans.

T wcmtrcTivB FBI works; on hillocks, formerly possessed by hard, honest work of completion of the im the Stat hart sottaiaed in irreparable I IOM, b ooe( gea abore ntioo4;per jioauaf $10.' .1 1 !

"* fire broke out last night along' ihe allies. .""One of the hillocks, which has'now Thus our consumers are to open up this grand vbo e trwd devotion 'to' UM :priacipU*of'Odd Fel Tuitioo in Engfob brawJwe sot bd.d.J. a L.
A destructive been> christened tke Mam lon," is in fro.nt of our producers are- route, is amatfer'of the lowhip WM only equalled by Lk seal ia the practilif above, f 12.. 3ij61ri "*

tbo wharves-destroying property covering an the Malakhoff tower. The be the end of all this? and interest its Virtu**. ,'< 'I' % ,'. ,.' iI9JUIi .n4t.WAJU iiilya c. ;
Russian erected to to clti-
"Tt' jt of three acres. The ship Diana, Pha"riiba -every 1 pli1..U, tS4.. ; !. :Jt, .
a.d.othlowlaged.. The less batteries there,. and pita from which their revolution in these 1 ngs' \ .Ancient City;. April :: 'R lfJlwtfl. That the tnemb frotidi'Ledfito' .,! ..: \.I ,j"- '' T .. i ..Jt'" I, :

.exceeds half"*. l 1 riflemen annoy the French workmen continu years, the only alternative der their sincere aympathy to tho"widow-and ''fiunily -: ( ,t. *_ .a '11I'IojkiT8 t'M't""- ).\

l -* I ally. It was concerning the possession 'of bread in the North for the : e 're exceedingly grati of oar deceased Brother ia their d ep Affliction. ., beibyThst st.4b asit M.I-

NEW YOK M.IUCET. J these grounds that the fierce engagement of will be to fall back upon n. Howell Cobb bids fair 4. R.t.o1fltf. Teat mtritnxuijr! of jceipect a leaf ia .1. era AM.ojbry..tL.BUte of.W
? the 22d slave' labor. Journal be loscribed'to rrl"ty'' )it' &tillMlWM 50 :lluy..b.r oUti. tj.. .m t j jaeioathd
i NEW YORK'. April 27. sprung up. of African "C0ngress with. very our i1sjD tbe Lodge I t CbItt1..ohhe _
Csiy oM / Arl.- l
Orleans lOc. Flour Again, while the allies are hard pressed at ducts and supplies of 8itidn. 'e .have this in- Room be clothed. monrotDg, and the membera tf e. l. ', a.-FJiJOUMZ ) J.nit'. ,. 0 -
"i Cotton firm. Middling Sevastopol, the Russians are sorely besieging last year, and we of the in whjch: we have the Lodge wear the usual badge of mourning foe U p.-B.-tATtOR.(7 wwHfUrvfi. -

t -lower. OhIo .101 to 10}. Corn. 81' }. Eu'patoria; "which has become a regular for. suffering the evils of an His enlarged'xfcrience* space of 30 daya > BQlMCT. .) .

I COt. XIXXEY IKDICTED. Omar Pasha calls for and 5. Resolved' Thatthese ,proceedings bt puUivhedia Ap'l J. 4.
\ tress. help, cannqt says our hypocritical country's best infer 1ts the'city papers and a WP sent to the f.iUily of.lh 4 AJ :1' '
The Grand Jory have indicted Col. Kin. be spared. In the mean time, the enemy impend pists Would it not bo ? will prove fortunate, 'Je4eufdf'A.P. ,. RY-"AMAKE1t1 .,,- .." .I j..l"v.; U-Ti--- -' ,'
eey for a violation of the neutrality laws.Warranta .- with an (overwhelming force upon the Herald/' li service in the hall.- -i *4 4critq'y.ro.1m 0s..t ttftl ..r.r
j ;nave bepn (issued for the arrest of place. The death Nichalas has but fanned of all political .J. AIL'pn6nTttig < eatat.oDor4jy.. :
par. TRIBUTE OF JIESPECT.Jcmsifoot tt.are rvbbested to pV0M Ifti s4s f&sundersigimdripi :
I JCean yand Consol", Fabens. The steamer their ardor. They fight now'in the full belief Land Warr of the Union will re *rbnw turym&t timnf.S

United States has been, 'atta, hed., that it is a hOTy war," and ,that all will rejoin -! Thompson's Reporter this news.-Washington LODQC,,Fili No/S.', A'pril 1'E:)l.25.OX; '55., JMoNTicttLO S te *&<;jt&&f tbs
their Emperor in heaven," yhp fall. in rates at which it believes At a Regular Meeting'of the Lodge* htfdhii'Ja", JtjI.IieM smtt .

Some months ago we were.induceod-ptrt. battle. for the future the G.. N, announce that by a rnbn EoIyispnu.:: (,t., : J J. R .
ly by pjRflanthronic! a'nd partly, perhaps, by range i iton of 'roviJene. our -.Brother .Jt ).,V.Ul. .1 '-I. ?
The British indeed the a Hindoo.. overolicg ; Lelpv
seem give .
up From .. .. \ .
DOTT to July i 1,0- -.... .
curious attach n. LO B'sme nb of thu arid '
ipotives to parsalf to iL to < r Lodge Moat Vor- / 1.: J' .
In its the
siege. issue of 4th inst the London for '
( names to
political .WA"e
August Ju'y..8 JC ,
; G. M. brtlieGdn4l 1 t.
thy Lodgwof Fk Lla L
called know nothing counciL The ostensiMepflflciplfa 0.9. P..
Times makes the following humiliating confession October and November.78 : .are"classified as Silver! )ha
., of the order were such as we : When winter sets in, | : heads,";0 IHraoc'rate 'death, Wherefore, a Coounrtt e' waa appoJntfd to' :"'BJd.ec.'SLW S:$ r. ,tt ibid. .!.- :

.could! sympathize with most heartily; and it : Supposing everything to be done that hasbeen.promised vicinity of about sixty cents : Sof$," a&i: .the nov drat! .uM1oni djijI1Yo .ot'1lM'Y.1sgs 9t' tht &1'5bQu41A; U,U ,'II' 1.4". 4
did not oc.cur.to that those ostensible mI.doD. > ri to BWa.fet P'M,' t'"i' '. 1..alj:..
even. I'us i or promulgated hitherto, what and autumn of 1656 ." The' following ex- ..LrngeG: ba 1" ; -- h
to be classed the "Tne'CoiJimlttee rt ported tie 15 dot may l'SoWr1" ?.h"ii : 4I7a "
.principles were SiHovkg resolution*
among more |lkelihopd l there of taking Sebastoppl market be they: will I '
gj _
outsides" that.falsehood' hath.- easy which wf 1tadopw: J 1ka4UJM-PA3 4. --1'--' '
goodly bow : beore.th ,dogdays'than there ever was?- say, 65 a 70 cents per acre are an associa. 1. Reiolt.tdt "hat. tho nxmWra of tliia LaJg .M-B.pr&1C! i.H"-' >* t.i' :.'tI ::1J",' I,
We were not long, .learning, Vpr, that What more chance is there Sebasto. is their extermi fie 1 otbu
taking deeply
ing winter ,the market \ duty to deplore { IOM they bavt sustained m the .
confusion .to Popery .was o Qli'a' bait to pql l during the'dog-days than there was during stocked, and thev will ; belong to their own or- : deiUiof thir worthy BroUw.B. LOEBM.V.. Q. catb'Ly J.P.'BE4CIX.1.L&t1 4 :

catch the unsuspecting ; arid.that.the_ council the dead of last winter 'What.more chance cents. Those who"wish ; secret lodges, and are I M., of thd Grand LodJJeQUlorida o.O P. April't818, I. !k' drataul Y.'A'I.t.17 c'f

.jof which we had become a part was nothing of taking Sebastopol '"next. October rants at the lowest s'h oaths. They lie in wait 2. Retolttd That they tender to the Widow an $ r
point '
; Children of their,,dejjeaatdBrother their Wante4f Tear
incre '
.more norless than a political hot-bed, from than there. was last October,! In'fine, what on January..February and I and attacking sympathy wd comlotewji'th. .afaii-ting, bcrcare- ; b1 mFt ,

which were produced all sorts of schemes and chance. ::Ja there= of &ii'ta1dngthe. lAce. at The quotations at present without warning, strangle I. men?.. -I ..;.. /* P ,..A 4P1aDt! ; ,
7 "
i V. > 0-
the 4
machinations, conducing to advancement all } the and character 3. Retoltcd,.Thit as i testimony of tb.Ir .ectacoi ,. '
individuals and cliques, instead of enhsnicirig 1165 for 160 Acre position they wiU wear the tuual numniia aij ..' .. ... ft'f', ...DC.. ..
In itadgaof' -
closing l the Times adds with bitterness 82+ for 80 Acre ter is supposed to be the AU :
e'eralgod.. We therefore with ; clothe their Lodge Room ia mourniag far thw'ipac: td ,!
: 41 j for 80 Acre 'thug who ** "J :'t.csir ;. :
*.. e -strangles of thirty d j.. -. r April SI. IS 5$. .'Jr.1I
.dxew. -B ffa1o.Exprt wf (Atg.) If the Government t home .has V ; t. :
no assurance tirniii the course of 4. Reso1ve That a copy of these prooeedhigs bt .

Kovements_I- of the Cfilf Sgnadron. and can give'no Durance: that"April Host JSxtrotdinry. with the title of Grand rent to tho Widow of oar decelaed Brother. 'and to :__ ...1. \ sr".., .. '. 1.J.'A.'t' .\ r.

will be'made use of before iVVjs'.adjded to the Ifapoleon. I anij.invested with: des this TalUhaaaee Paper for pobJ'rcatioo- 'tr CARQ m &iQ l.tQCR'

'. We learn by the correspondence of the months that have been lost, we have one-more The' most extraordinary Thug refuses ,rto yield B. ,TAYLOR, R. 8. A arrive from J'eflnievIa>
.Ch i-leltou. tandard that tlie.U. S. slopppfjwsx question to ask, and that is, how long they by the Africa, is the to the commands of the second quality FIWKftWfSEAlJNG. .WEATH. )in3Iost j -
5o sh ttai '
Family Ji.jall"t
f '
Jamestown Ellison commander with die Tbea, ER BO IlIf1fO- d"SHELVING' Ai1OO I C
i mean to leave the conduct of the war in pres. rorLouis Napoleon, ,! ? an image or of ,
of Commodore Crabbe, arrived at effigy" t We:speak ofM'ta3b's TJYef Pills,which hate > & lIt wtithr-i.tLt '
f rpennant' ent hands? It cannot be our design to spend expedition, which is evidentl at the same time Ato- .bew'wne' "aw fediuperAabler "Ft Ity' Medfc .. The low,If ti--t."J "ftD:1
'Havana 15th inst Her saluto '
i; on was not rej'tamed twenty millions of money year by year, and famous pamphlet which wa This is supposed to vis frightful 1 symptohs" ticb arise from a difeil"'E rtrrnanifes .. FIourI f t. hMk te1 b

f for several hp.urs. An explanation was 20,000 lives, merely to maintain a position in pen of Princd'Napoleon, tho of misfortunes. After lhenrtelrei, n'ore'or1 leis'io; every family : price tbis ran M sold for, by p. WDO S '

if .gIventoLheeffectthathwas the fault of a the. Crimea. The British people do not contemplate in. Our dispatch! : meets him is bound to stab dy pep ia, sick headache;'r ob trcction of the men ,a, _April.21J a&Vv.q' Iinq 4O'i : 3
rabordiuate whom Gen. Concha fays and"feve"r, pftios in the side, with
ague dry, "Lacking
f arrested.-I a second siege ,pf Troy, which, at The Paris' Monfteur \ ho can do so with I '- J
Itwai: deemed satisfactory by cough, are all the results of hepatic .derang4r' JPl.rOytd reJ1t1JJU.. r ) ;
the -preBeet rate, will cost us 200.000,000 I I document,,in which the milit. .n. Every. member. of aud for these Dr. M' line's'I'jllar. are"a sovertfjni rem '. .,:. .A' ,.: .t. r tf.D"'
omcora..W oner intercourse hannoDi01lL P v Q 111
', ,was and2OOOOO men. They. expect something, to allied governments since th i 'to ,deny his connection edy. They nave neer been Known torjju!, 'cod,they 100Or t\J.t.'r sa ,,.bl.dM-I .n.ili1l
_. bo done t''w should! be kept at all times by (amiIu! :& ""
war is explained. It also interrogated to say he JUI.T. w ea for auoje tua'ein a eflt1ti.g-! { 4 ;.
I On tie 20th inst., the U. S. steam frigate In its leader of tho next day, April -5th, the various phases, moth.csand it. When apprehended DiB crio>8-Take two or three going to bed, every poh and l lower part df Georgia, aaji* iM: tIt silafactioa -
second or third If
-Saa J nigbt. they 'do.not fUrge t two
Jacinto entered or ,
grinding wfth 40 bc hea! and the CIa
humiliated Britain returns to his pr iuts.- tiations shall he made be yratf ru* : ;
cp i.hejclaiui to three tines by next
xrith! Commodore per moroiLigke. one or two mora i the nth Ie" thahe ,
day orClibArj
:jporfv McCauley board. -
on Further advices had reached him from Sebastojwl. and and A should !SVJMUr ap
ment five virtue tight lreafcftt
;9li the Suuday succeeding the Commodoro .occupies morality nmriatly. fullotpr K. thtir. plied to it. 1Tha&ks4mia2in( band to pbirt-.. ,j I
We, the besiegers, they, are still the that use. and
say p.m..or. .e ) saying they only every one W1TjjfJe perfect -:. J
.attended a renew in the .carriage of the Cap- endeavoring to" nt the and The Liver pill may also bY 'ued :wner purging I Call d 0iasm.at .
prev approaches resist FirstTo".march and true religion, (riz :their u .t rA .,. p4fre ,
.tam Creoeral attended by Capt Stribling, and the attacks of the besieged : and,although the Balkaris.Second. ) ,(viz: aLf who are is.simply inferior; oecesaary.. As an anti-bilious purgative they .. Apn1.it. ., ..t,;.. ."" t !
'are to And in dOlts -
t two tLreo
Gjen. of or
of the
'aid-de-camp Concha Count of ;
every foot of ground is fiercely disputed, the .-To seize the ) control of the coun they give atOli8hinZ'ehetO akk headache'ajo b 'IL' < 4'cntTota n-h 't.1f'i ."" '

'Villu r.; "IWAniericans. iq.Hay\ a.ought lines of the enemy are gaining on our intrench- Third-To land at '" slight derangements oribe'.stoinacb *" .;. _LI-, p&wvi1iaiug.t- *r claim'1 W, 17jI *-.1jiU1. .1Jt

he might"have found epiua other conveyance. ments,:instead of our gaining on the outworksof point on the Russian coast .m1Jlince .between the Purcha 3rBviltbe'orrefi/l to ask for PL M.L.4K'8 *. : etbeiwi.e inleraied. .1ft.or caUU ge9P of tfaltLew i Lor.uttibotrn1 j
Ltheiiaat ac OQAt* the Jamestown was atweo' the town. the works and Citha"1m5'l.rv iwTh:"an *. Even: siego guns but not to proceed further nI ,the Know. Noth There other be eot !tfPK-M./INtf % W<*te
'Key West, she was expected( be in the are J'illa, jufjiortivg])p "LfieV PiTl-. are Eepy them
are way: > less Austria joined the arc, rt.wyi be seen,many uow before the public. 'Dr. I'upe's Lfve/l''PfllCalo' I required o7nrsuit
and the Princeton Jo lire ud..fxecU1Qr
br16dT,4Qi1 11'ytk&uJaQrrto The number of guns now in position our Gallipoli was first occupied ; ,' :Wd fedora of Lw .CclebraUd Vejrnjifuge, cjpd'DOW bebaJ :at"r aU' respetrtabte -? lament'WI of said Alil1.&Ik t.u-. :
Ca"pl. Eagle. )\1I nbut. one day's sail batteries is and the stores of Drag Store ia'the Uuit'ed' Starei Cun-i decejaaadj q.i4her&j fpf.'tts authorized t
: so large, ammunition to chetklip advance of the slightly in favor of Ihe 34 atoTn.1.witLfn! hrpyean frOth tU xUte.
|from Havsnathe'_. :Jamestown. spied man-of ada. S2. I Iur _.L. 8Mti&in B T 1
the .
ready to open upon Sebastopol. stantinoplebai the retreat : .. ... b) t't.bYi ;
wsjvat A distauc and.&UppQJSingr.her to be e so enormous that a very large force is required from SUistria rendered the' I For sale at all the Drag Stores in TaUahaasse; antI .U penoDli' dttedto'utt.st&r.. ." 11 pI.a C 'I
6jgihiardae \cleajrod foractioh; the and nt one Agency in Town in th. Swath make immedmtli tnd' ,
: : guns at all hours to.protect these extensive preparations of and Varna and Butter--The every I ; :
Gallipoli .
.were 8jJwtted-; from the sallies
of the
In lies could not have daily with nes from ,. .
enemy. 4i" .
: Apn' !.! l5..I'* : -'lld 'I S.
attack.. Much'to their- 1. '.
ra general disappointiwwit fact, orur own siege material is now one of the without the aid of Austria)' about Cuba, the : ; '. -. "tf'.t1r i--, ;! .
tile stranger, when three miles distant, incumbrances which clog' the operations of inactive the expedition ; I ia politics, Kuow- I1t' mmIUEW .P4 tJ 1 \-.i .t 641 ,. "4 ,! j jr'o1i J
w&ted'ihe American flag to'her foremasf nud .r.s !
saluted the aljied armies, and before auf other course undertaken. WA see or hear very At Mat.oo'O. 1 Fla, on SuaJity' morning, April'29th ; Ntw.York--.rl1lhM6tiJ &."Saws j ;
it with hirt.two
1ebe guns.: She proved of action con be atttempted the engineers The.remainder of the of life, the most impor bj ItajDKAoUb'CLurcli t.la.'R,1ItlVltDBitaDd Mus:; .1? nH,. Tiaf"'o" tJ. '"' '- .:
an English frigate. So soon as the shot must have tried the full effect of those thet5om- ,. Sa
BIb. '11
vast engines with pointing out the in nf portion : VIRLINOA'G.. uRCbtm.\\ 10 8uptia1ct !
could be withdrawn the 'salute j
returned. .
was 'which had "at fast eh' We \ Soda "M r" : t.
thyhave directed theseig and exhonoratihg concerns.ds;, ; ;c;
Tumr .
1'1 On l Ev at"1h
nint.iM.l".t ( 1JhtbQJiit .
:3Ttft Jamestown is in .
statacf 1 .
most 1
corn- against the The} 'ami'i nition solid a'so for ''Tj a tlet"-r : t -
famfn .
the prices":
planned It ,
et flBeien y.' The,men 'are ''da y .driU d shot, hollow shot, and rockets, must be spent,1 of Marshal St campaign.Arnaud's : poor peppie-T-nie.! : who liD.-4ia. &iy'b'4.- .; .'.i- '. ,. ,-. _n. .. 4- t,
at : das often u Ms>.0H.WWOLE.os lt*Alhtoj;((1t)Put OBoS.kH.JIJ .JJ
the"gim} possible ire .
praclicfid.witiiJRhot for Neither be back into ..with H '
they can brought i The document has excited ; : ;. buy enough &nd Mtaa CHARW B';!DT, r.Jin "S tta. ) ) 4 f

( and. shells store nor left where they are. The.beavy iron I Iguns' home and :abroad, and U : tnemsefve8''iui'fttrmle8, ... tt i'-Ai iviri7H: kr" t 4'.* 1 Ran Road SQuA; c'' .u .' "I J 1r i r
-; will be worn out and comparatively I for raising the seige. Ten years'"ago .On the 3d ustant,,by.the_RaTjaV/AMCSaaow,Mr.O. '1 A'e Dlop Shot ,, j'a
Sl.: 'R ogy *
l he Louis i of the
publicm .A. BALL'anaJckM'CBRtSTINA HACKETT ) :'ab2 1 iie : 1
worthless when have their :
they "discharged n shilling
a piece ;
23dJnstJm| t contains' l letter from WTiitehead 'I' : 0.\V .., :..T .iiR ,
; a '* J ,
$ .
used all er.tbf'P'aee.it.! ,'':1'1 1 .10. '. lJ".lVl1J1t f'". 7-- "
300 400 rounds.eachtiof these mackerel which :: : : .U
or enormous ; ,_ ; t of1
Kati d.a.ted April..16tir} which states that 1 Fugitive Slave 'J.t.hb 11Pat.etfd..8 ,: i
? Should the effect of this nine dollar ..._ _. -J MatriDiIJ
projectiles: tremen- at eL'htaDd : .. ., .
his I .r i ; .J" 1. lOwiat ; I
.GetY. Reed. receded from his claim to .t4 e deepest hueaud a r 1 rgi.ix 'ut) if mn Jllvr;t-l"" :
decide all the contested elections-for members Otis 6ie answertiie expectations wbicn-the assurances pecl,i1ns been dodging .dollars; pork, 818; .$tty)' Ufis! : .d --" 8 Bales Virrini 'OsfliiUdvtv.w.tI1 i ota ixu'4... 1 [
of the engineer would lead tig'to iterfcrfa } ,a pound :1 : '.1:. HI| .i4a
; potatoes Bra-fibeettnr.
i of the and that: such some.dAys'back iIS'
U Legislature will puiiig 'f
cases -
,'il' he folloxrfcd by the fall of the \ butter three aWl ti CNawHatiMI .7f lbuV. .
, may affid from ; 1 ,. .
91 ,berrefeirtd die :decision :ofr The writoriQWlfe letter JeftStVtonis for Kan. place;1b9t.at any rate the experiment' }must Canada He was armed ; 812,50"a larrel co'tn, 'l\'tt't s.U.' I : :. r'.,, .) ,i Ja.ir Wtts. '!:
be tried '.intistawait the i and oafs from 75'to 80 April n. Bark Asa PhL T.'WclfefzoiNe1ZL ;,
now and
we re- ; : {
11 Aprfl-8th! ud there were board ? 1. ed to e_ ilem i Ap" i4tJ& .'' El7.7I.
saav &ays 0 1 mIt.e ? y %\Vealt1l9 : f. sbch be- Y 1oie v .u t 1. I'c, : I r .
rI .the steambbit wfcich conveyed him,nnmercus I here and West, cptfched.in_ -. ,1 pri\ es. 'v audri' .' .-' ...'Yt'.T 04'1..t2.d. -i' '

r, ermgj nU .Trdmu yirgiriia; Kentnck'yi: r ew 4JHEV ungiclj1p9njy! ; r.c .b.v I ; f" -* -B.WiW-Fn.O'I4a,7N.w-: ; Fans, P.erfulenlw &.i-ii ,.

Yark'4N;* "ier ejr' and Inat .those. from .BrILL COKE.The.E nigrati D,from tious,.riames-such as might | are high'and bosiness Beard d.Denhvn, with provUioM, ctc- fa.tnidries. SANDAL, W'OO .. b'i.r.i 'U1 &iad 1; ,

.Jb.t: o St .Q $ jtioned, ad. number the Ohio continues. unabateA .The granite be written jo a.speed .fugitive are doing :nothing,like i Brig Cha.A. Ooe. Hubbard. to Beard. & Denbam : 1kar, .,rrr from New York via Garden. boUait l"
State, Castle Garden, Emma Efean Kate Cas- usual. Cirthen.ii Ktjy.rln ; t -, .
; .t
, .oC _.with tbm. t. :.41.. He imposed on a good m 23. Steajinhip' La wrwce;'Monroe:: torn Key CbiMrea.Lobin '. Fk1iiJIa..: .. Ill\ .sE. lJ''
ell Mansfield and haWafrived since much for feed for .- '
1: "oTbstv_8Nt r TelasM of people .who'como Tropic. acted his part with.'a good as r TVe t, witL.U.: S. mail sad paSengtrL:., extracts U m\.Q .z_" ,H':t 0
1rQt-t1iEtndeperider.f ihd'depen- Saturday. pggat1th.' lowest computation One.who knows lliis..class,of 1 mwago- ; are not CLEARED B&cin Up rR1,1&-. JI I I

! .det'ThThiav 5 IOme m aps:andinteli| ,fifteen huntfredpeople,aboul pne.h for lelt lutercs*t "* dT'x S g tJ e Milkmen.cannot get April .,. rW.-fl :.HatrlseBrijiBirleyC'tbFe*! & tbt }br 'O.ttl'Y- t U,:_ tl: .4

I. .4", n-thi ad..acL tot. them..l.._ whom 'are'b ond for Ipwa ,anffj;,tb'd"other attempthttt11tid1n: hFn'j&.;: s their cowss and come Mel New Orleans, with 78* ,bbJs.tt: n.to :suudrypereons. F. .4ff1.\t:1 I e i % it

.all tio qt eloilers. half for pV oJ.b KanwqaNbrnka. The the'Centra1It1R 'stati Dpn: Brooklyn"to] get"'stiIl n ? ,
T i .fl le tfiari five t i *'* A with i Scbr. Wm. R. 1'1. '. .. V r1 ., .
, _Theyjftrpteervant jmd g&Ucal as!.wefl as Qr rMhjiipot. B hun- gave noUcetto? ; ,the Police. ; frighted 28. Pettejt'-FaneeU B. Roger ,4 4u-d1
;. I .. Ct"'TIM'Jt Gme.t l\rermun ndr drea'pasgeiiget s;atid brought Iftne1elserbesldes charge and tht pocket ; Unity And forty miles NewOrlttn with 80 bale OI.b6taQ"y1m8)( cases .. .roc eI..,H

4 1uktl d eff dl4 :1 a' r frtAble a.. p o them lvei;,a d their stock"and l nd&; The on him, each filled with -- Islandtb be fed to' sundry tobgooo,4ftbbk.epns oeec spaa turpentine. ii4.t'tLxJ, 8iB.;fcbla It rosin jf, to ji 1D. J1J r D
: t:%
< peroos U possible. :'Jtf theyfind."die.country! entire ecOigjatiott from ihefjtfhkr tkbjrseason; trived to excite sympathies in' ; ? ; t".itqst4nHinlf .il )(';, 28. Bark Francis 8cor. ..Pine.;toSmaJlwood,Aaderson 71J. .-'. r-

I JlflttsT;etnted.to slave laborand, that.. thst.in. ; !cannot fall short of 15,000, .18,000. .. souls.- T.,whe caused his'arrest" 'tifi pn't ihaV6ryYerge/9f: a & Co New Tork, with 1230 bales eotton Biood fA..lfA Cnra.J Suu'c.I -

.stitiftioattithlii/wyua non to the peace' and Sl" L $.Ntu'lGtJL' t ( ': i tfle'' e.: r mijnJJWv for Jir ; are liable any day to ':80.:rig J. Q. Anderson 'Delano,'&.& Dot 4 -Superior O1rfi itT.IS -
: ,. ; ; Anderson 4 Co, with'Sfl5,ial.'
! 1. cottco .IQ.lrteid j ,
'adnno ritf J&t tate, theyVul' becbrne ;'j I.- f. oq, : lol..a on jT-.Wbek Rio..lTJ. CIIrS1l"-r
oil bbla
!' t 4 f" 60 rosinto,. sundry persons.VESSJiUl ;1'11"
pro's1ae.tf )a that they. will, ,j.00 .PlldIflditg.. < Ho. has.. lived,. in'tha State* ; j .iwjtjt jluf loafers' and : .i Black and 52ratt .f3wUA tkwttaot.
.n .. (.. .'. \ ib W-PORT. \ ,- cr T .Bt.reh. SnIp. aJ .., ,
'lUcbt le ,i..J1l.who know JJ0 naioro : *v't1.. r .v*. -' ''i !, and been jragaBdnd 'a&f1 and robbery, and .! b th'V
vpwupsqip.jia4ftiqnjlari: ycq/i} .Barb.OobTO.1.HuPPtri.: Ji'fMW: Superior B.ulDA'
of the : ", ymeni'nJ)4) { J.Iuc
extravagant -
.odsyeculia adaptation Ibthe Alobile.frony Collrwaahatchie via : tnme-Albanj, Atlas. -'Brig a-X tueilubbrdt""":: .u:. "' ( -
.t l -
Trop Bay : 1 ,
; to
& &na end .
lrowth: bettpB&tlle tone and sentiment and Penjac'pUi-rt B-. #vef late I >. ,80hrildon'O'I.eaTy.J') : ;. "' ll& PowMr a J"3 i1flH .
and interesting t.'j- +i & v 'i ". .. r : .r- ,
.! odce1f d for aft the '- '
< fedfn lcan -
11 Putty. Wirjfhrw OMKiz .
,,I readBy' compref intelligence respecting themqvemcqt _.,J 7-A 5!
., f"otM' ; among 1.rl. IJAJ5 : : ? l yn- :! Rtiok 1WtthkCout'it't tanljodnc '*liif LsmpOust.$ O.4
,, i&iL tha Indians, The latest new from'Fort My. 'j'"liij.iQD car, ] J. ; If-.-'--'* : '_ 'J'l' T 105 '. e 'T .i

The u., the sobjecuof4h ers Is l>l*te the lauWKMt*'& l -mi Jp HpgHOJpipeditioas ._ charge\Jf.tEa.light cavalry at- .::_!'. "' iP"'Si. dons. and roAneit""voter nffifa ;sl' YooWRwpectfnlhr ensnlnr ptto6trJ\jo\ ? ** I. ot BMiTtMt 1T4N '
Aid ..
migr&tion Society, whe"eome without being. fitted tions case: nearly parrallefStates J' '.r' ; "' Pickles In LaU
vjwere out to,explore a ': .! .Frl ryg. .t_ TUQM AS JT.WILLIAMS.r. GAIloCSF2IQxsM Afl t td'P
means and wfthJIJloban! anlicinationi.and th.:.iladi&i) :coantrf j'tfeet' first1 consisttnoofwtJ ; wUch'occur U 19 : hoard' -425."jfQflDOQ _: -- "ILdIt.'t:

are sadly di ppai 4dcuzibe me compAmesuadftcotatnand' r.! & { It was at Little Enigld Pi I t SAMUEL Cnftsed1t 3iieIdijc7e
'pt.itt the mftffck :/i their ;
upon W. tVeftodidaB
WILSON ( Clerk oTfii OlrOTiiObnrt
who teat them ; '' !: : M or-
hither.1., 7: : JiWMt. )iH" l .Ii "J' : arlu rvrijI..tth i'Wth l. I : tt ': ity-- of Lauo Q>onty,'at tU e1 tfUo In October Dexrt -
.Af44$tr*ab1& : >.* "n '
retant *Tbot Jfcho'hard f ljJ U<- r-?- fFrr.gf7: aiftd
\ **"**J** UM L P JT r* BrfrhnMamKes, p)1uf!
3fl4j 'IO'areobligedJ1o.t I Ib44 i .frbcbDd ll4Th regiment a irolupteer staff otfic aA'11.J1 i r 'Fr!
oo W ,.
lOpJel'1! tlt takiraiUtrchfJnt 'I&ftb'Of 5tfln.ait4iibd .
manual labor--sach : t. f Pf. Ne11l tti s.tL j
as theyj f r. : -fo 1tIeetiii. out-pay ofrationSj-.andA ,

r.nn T'a.re .cot ni.oj. w.tUfib .ilAlV: '' city dfVVflliamsbar ;'n w're.} Q(itAIJ'" ib'r."Ai* xi thin411f MONTHS {* & ;
; ... kfrator'of the-e
: { CJen'i6 : U'v
J mud towniifida'battsH6B ofthte
&ad'to bee" ; e rr 1. it8W W'1l1
4tIL&witt 5 ; iTJ* v wnKiwivri ; (* {s7T-w* -* r
__ b U nteert... m. ,<,ciarge-f' slid .! $7. to
k- fi1i r'e iTeXl Rooci
t .1 1 tfg1r'Dy. thV6d thonsa&d Briluh AgeeP. t'7,
S > ft'5 : and theVe .tmt
.. 'laJ 'f -!tilt. tfrifattmi'd tU '1tU 6s. ':34bf ft by:GtoeralSir! Sydney / l 'iiiftflL.TtlW3rtHe 1, 1 _r -

z : ". 'ut'ir.f'b .r,1thi'- ?1tir. th 1di4hs(hi(1 'HfJ'U611. .4trf tfw.A toJ"AttiU" Al I Str.Gedrgq o k um;'- A9 jra, 'A, ); Ts, -

'. ThrTta" nun fozg.mp TPF)-f" A }..Jdtj.Jttll':.' :Virntf.4' U i. r.IofIR 'l.4:,. ": iHifiiilV-focf-'oif'4 6% "'r 61i&II! '; ; :9 :JDL J EotMb. hyc1.
-w. > tioD.-ol'j1.rW 1 UD .ot ..1. H'\Dr $'@Jet jg.comndf the ?J' P.iQ Mcii,:;;and f OID the ? PIt 'Efber li '

.ef atiiM't froops-th-ltfj. Pefl(4s'Wflb'tSA( enger in out'flinked,!rtreating 'to "Pm1.''N :Y 1;
lMEmi i -
., ra.lfton from. F I f'fljT* T fttwre'oftwerity.foar u te.. .
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A'' 1\NB1FJAT LAW. ATTeaIlIY.YU.W: $ISCQViRY1) J1EAG. ; l" .f A
) i.1 d..IIO. -< DAVID C. 1LSQN : 1itPaes49p55 ..io ,,
TA'.1AIrA rL.L .. ,- '
: :
'1 rttitkis fo .D1J ra VOO&efiert for sal*a ,. '' '
V Y.:.J.t.r ( tht Vontic Miytil5t ,,!.bi PROmsOR, -It will ill a sheet time .restore UK ..18.r.& from ttrDadiIa DPf.r '..l4 'lil .
A .
.;ba Ci .1sxd -- ..P. HOLLAND Lair which' baa become grey permanently to lI'or ., I1 .' ; I. noW ,jiut up inlfuXargeitScrofula iI''j* .
z ,. .t .1'. .. -- mat e brings it oat.where it k gone and arrest Wfnter Good i--1II'l1rtddl'1r.ereMlftttd bj. nineelib received, per: "BTqIe'Ai.t': fi &, 6..J. and U adId4foWr4 l i
; AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, where h.faDing cJeaiw the bead of the dandrnf Pew York;aad parcbawd oo the.roost fcrorabl. JUST ppi:ot Drojjjr'IID ccfDe*,'1.ffq'' ., .:.arWa .";"
UJGA fttlflcy: Florida; S and itching removes all eutaneou.eroptiooa sad ren 4er&y of ihtm at redaeedprieee.wbietiwfll,er- Yaininbee,1'Utt5andGlue! i' u.d1- ; .;: Jt.'JV11I'
the able kirn to wnpiy b1a costomers and all wbo may f*.. otWrPaiatera? / :Curcl it .lu 1M
JLTTOjUfBTf*T I AW,. te4 the Courts of the Middle Cii derji aaalp perfectly healthy by restoring the sec tnentof Oetnr Brushes, and lD material ;
: boo awl PraokUn Counties.4f reUT. organs l to their.original vigor aDd strength and your him with a call either for .eath or approved Men*b 89a pOw; Tooth Md Hair BnuhM 3aS "S .c 1 _c.i 1r
; MJLlJOWa**.Ja. .. tf tba roppry: nutriment end coloring matter to H.: credit, at price certainly.as low.Hfoit lower'an bin'a rm;..and a variety of Fancy Arti "h r.. i".1;
", _L1bS : -, : It does cot eoler die hair; bat is,, in. .short, perfect ao%.boDBe m this city; "Tiey i ia part consist of Planters and Physician wDKalways,Cod al Ihls eetabJhbtneDt tTVe mad riiMl: anKle. !. :
I wnatts tteOos the SCOTT Hair invigorator and,Tonie. ) Good )'Sfatfoneiv 'oevded f'
cyA'staple Dry a foil tnpply'.ote9ry ttttg Syphilis. M si isjilalraed
( ,pf. Ooart m4 tfce To the Jeung..ho w much; admire the beautiful Boots and 8bO Drug'and Perfumery. on tie most liberal ..: ) e '1 ; Ccap IoG

.Btsfne tt TVflabasaee.i, AT LAW, lock and rbgktbe feels that be,.will be 'pardoned, i iheoffen.'the if HardwareHollow 'Saddlery, S Order iron the Country promptly fijled and aatilactioo *- ..fPn 'J ..-

> fliee s.ff i iUi-tfce Cowl FLA. : 'advice suggested ty long a'u. and ex .W : } NCenM. guaranteed,.wfth..rr ard both to prieea.aaidDuality. rurw 1 ..'CIIIII'olJ.
I :I" 1684. .SO_. 1 1 jan temive''observation' ; it is to diPC.. all Cologne ah d CrocryA; 'GIsu War, [Iron and.Bteel. PhTsiciao**prescript o*carefaUycetiipcnnd- .
.., .-. .. stimulating tAle for the bid keep'eiwajj upon the< Hats and-Oa ipe.Bodnets Bagging and Rope p.1Ia:1\ xzeuoWLI95cMs.'t
w: M A. NEW YORK. toilet a' botte of the restorative for occasional use, and TrMammg Paints,Oils, fce, Ae. 'Mao BPPWffS XJQMPiWTHD TLTJID 'KXCT '! ,1 cDu8iI''r o.i.J ..

'& Kwivteg i and & CALDWELL.,, and we can safely predict,that henceforth silver locks Men and Boy's.Clothmy, !. OF BUCHU. i' ssaiyi4iiXu '\h" "
:.t1.E R.Rwrdnj-too aod and bald heads will be unknown: for all hough UN October 14,1854. 4J ,'ovemba-11,18W. ..
Mo* eg
tti i4e o8 ringetl effected on .' :" : .- e.
t .f C otre .ti4 .wiond1o .20, OLD SLIP. till if the DfttuEal :fluids be withheld from the hair .1' V Chancery. ) bare been afflicted kion .
.f*ppb4 rsdk. They aDd b it becomes first dead and harsh, James Wages. J Bill for divorce.
19 xonsequeoet R,<5gANT? TAILOR, my lap f iIJ'.I"this1o hil:
If"tin to_AUcaarkH; ) ly then grey.or falls off, nature will be robbed of mon appearing to the, satisfaction of the Court ihaJ hedtofoeneutcbesand fais4sTi {
.., s Merrill U foood than half its charm; and although it U a soveruigt IT above nqmed defendant, James Wngesjc sid.( DEALXB IN 'READY MADS CLoThING AITD potatedaborttbeteee;":'.111 oC4 uj, ,. -

qi eall acd give M *4 bafoM White Lead, Ac. remedy for those who are gray a. well u th ae .who out of the State of Florida it i is ordered that a hearing GETLItEN'L Fuusiuzc 8, GOODS. my other eg koh feiifalarg -.rt '

q OsPtreTat Arai4.n8SS. Wbdow Glue assorted .clue 100 are bald, still all see the nropaety of nmkJLg only oo the facts charged in said bill be had on the 1It receiving at the veil known old : sores from mj knee to my Jbet,and
i White Lead, pure extra & No. J. Deb ao application to t&e hair and scalp as is calculated day of May, A. D. 1865 : ''Provided That 'a copy or NOW occupied Clark A Stfflmao.stand for deal of ofl1y. mttr fy piQ...
\VQ4I !to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy stat this order be poblnhed in some newspaper printed in assortment by general large! bflea which d&etarjnd omeN iJIi

1 tL persons lodebtexTto Oil fror till Editor of tin Real Estate Adverliter 21 Tallahas for the space of three months before the. .Goods, OToibn Superior Cammeree Ready Madaclothing.Turthsb.tug id.ttbe. SUM time P.I7 Cfticrifceok
Vesting .
' JfsL Lea late of Uadisoo Paint, SchoolStreet.jBotfTOx. day appointed for sa d.hea ring.4tqhnbe.r,1ob.4. .10 .
in of the following articles: <' rugaores 1. .
"bj required to make payment Fire.PAint (( .. and 4 bUs.} March 20, :64. 1855.S Fine Black part Drew Frock Coats. TheLcary bat.tba 7ersdfoel' t. L
frsts cuiBM aniost aaid estate are .Oil,,il .bbl Copal Varnish J. WAYLE8 BAKER, Judge. I eanrict cS&rfbt! 10 1 i'S
years y6a.wi
Black and Cord Sb Breasted Frock and
& within the time prescribed by b-barrrii and at retail ..Pfof.'Woodiear) Sir-7-Havbg become prematurely FAb.3,1865. 5-3m. 'ge. that t DernfJ. ; fti nj -r t;,
2pl.diQIrofth44r D. H. AMES. 1 quite I was induced some weeks since, to fiasinejM Coats, I
THOMAS M. make tria fray Your hair restorative. I hate wed lew Florida Hotel Fancy Caasimer.e do. do. doN rD October last asy.thitt-1 O' ;
3i I r* lau 40 S than two bottles but the gray hairs have all disappeared Black.arid.Colored Cloth,Y ropati, tie wrapper; I read it, and, found J'fttInIDf .

H -C.B. March 17. ; and although my hair has not fully! attainedits MOXTICELLO, JEFFKRQON COUNT.T.rPHE M Black;J>o fkin PVJU. wonderful ei>ra.p riDnae4 by yap -ZxWefT.1
GARDEN SEEDS. origioal color,yet the process of Lauge is gradually. fancy and.Co1'dCaishnere Pants low Dock sod 8arMpaffllTen aDd J tro kj
OF 1854. going on, and I have great hopes that in a short time : -L under Jgned gi. vejs notice to the pub a Black,and Fancy Silk Vest/, tlesof .d.-iD 1.ft' 1&, Y
refitted the >
4 tgthebaa Hotel in
f person* ,ic*bted rf& .
ALL nwbjjrattfJed at the.b?1-hhy .molstnre and .iripor.oi do. C. do. Cuhmeres =?slaej.11! .J.W lo&.
late of Madison D. H. AL5. will be
cr. luau and prepared to receive visitors by 13th
jt the'hair; which before was harsh and dry, and it hat White ManaUIee do. D. B. :r. ,p tMt Cab J.T"Yi. "
.Wrsby required U make November. The house is i now in thorough repair .- naa nearly an oeaieo M ,
iof UioM MMt.eaid | ceased to come out as formerly. and will be so managed as to promote the comfort ol ehantment. I bare "i.T'.tU .
D. C.f. RUFF. A Cravats Black _
Respectfully fjne aflwtqento/ShirKCpIIars, .
I1 .|UMwkbiQitWtiaMpr scflt> yours guests and boardere. Attached are good .stable your"Extract of Y tlJow-oft sod ..."
Whlfe and (1cl and jtk. self
PUNTER'Sp d..Jtjd .a Gloves, .jjjurt-
,jjs ,wiU; W pl ad ia bar .f their! CHICAGO. May 1, '64.-I have used Prof. Wood'sHair where every attention is paid to horses.Terthf as ing Stocks''Cotton and Merino t/nde'rhirtg"Jejui lDOrcoosiderial-. : ".f .
THOMAS IL -: Restorative to a decided advantage. It preventsthe moderate as at apy.p\!er JJoel( in the country. A I entreat all of the.ajSkfed to try thte
Drawers.. Brown Fancy. Cotton sod Lisle Thread j u am,
._ nd hair from coming out gives it a gloes and softneM -. share of
: + n custom is respectfully solicited. for I believe-tf'will core-any .known disease b 0
IIoee White and Colored Cambric Hmdkerchitfs, all : : *
-oD C.IL March 17. } FI.OKIB1. desirable. The few gray ,harsj| had have C. BLESS. .
very world-Lay as I0 .all %la:IprejbdiflriinljlM'wTentreat 'j
: of which offered reasonable
: .Oere of family hare usedit are Uje pubic] on tmn.And
o entirely disappeared. my MonticeHo, October 28, 834. ly 48 aod.jtI. greswwth "q
warranted good onVedTjp this Market.: : .
p lalt.b.O and othtrt f tAi, and tAt ad ,and eonctir with me in pronouncing it all it professesto Call and examine.Nonmber'.1854.as as hem to. take it, for it Will ears tLerL

; 8A.CE8 eoane aDd ,Florida and Georgia: be. HENRY CLARK, Michigan Avenue. ; A Jt-JC.V..qF JHE .TNA INSURANCE CO Mr case-ie wett kaewfrlb.I a 1. portion of&s0ro'bna

100 sacks Liverpool subscribers return to you T HE undersigned Agent of the above Company.will O.os .an4 4. -.- (
Xanding aod for sale by_ thanks foe the very liberal pRo WOOD'S ORIENTAL EEMATTVE uxurarr. receive applications for and make insurance Leon County Iron Works, doubt the ahoy, : t
..T .T through. This Liniment is valuable auxiliary to the treatment I wilt show thet& d.7. I"Ciirz
:i'; : : been beetowed upon us, gait loss by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings, TALLAHASSEE YLORIDA.TIns ; .
'..;$ 4w. we have been engaged in the of some of the most formidable disease] with Furniture Merchandize&c.January .poos* A..'A'htJIJ. ...
and Selling Business h>this which it is our lot to contend; for instance: inflama- 29, 853. 4 B. 0. LEWIS. EstAblishment H now in full operation. AH '.r.a.R.DAorAR'The .
: -- : .ewbflimet offer our services the ensuing sea tiun of the lungs and boxrela. By a thorough and continued will be attended to wjth.promptoeea,aod Yellow Deck 8nd.:

;, .' & and hope that our duty in the application of this Liniment over the regions of DR. LEWIS S all work dope with neatness and dispatch. for ienalea ldefa t healthirregularity t.dapted
- /VIBE.JL bosineM heretofore has been so the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseasesare i I All kinds of work; such as Steam-Work,MID Work, of meaetroal uieelaf eet :
.' ._ folly a n your patronage and influence at once disarmed of more thnri half their terrors RESIDENT DENTIST I Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery. ee pecnhar.to their *x The ..peopmposMeaioa .

Taflshssse 1 Very Respectfully, particularly among-children, and 'thousands. of mother TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Shafting, Pulleys Hangers, Plough Castings .:.Braes a great nomber 6reerta5eat4s".jj"
'I AJTD' WATCU>f Georgia, SROOYE do .IlUL were they allowed to epeak, would :with all the now inserting Artificial Teeth on the I Casting. Ac.; also Sugar Kettlee, of any size kept formed of.the above ds ripdott.ffiet .. Wi.'. Jt
V ( &'. 29 eloquence of feeling and alfection bear their united IS .and with constantly on hand AU:work done b lOch eetablisb- *!, that a bottle ertw'oi Dr.G "
ti: two dims btlaw-MoDoogalTs testimony to the fact that-it.has suat Jed their children .. '_contiguous pew improved from principle side,to the ment will be done by ns, with a particular regard to of Yellow Dodrand 8erpariZU;;; 11M
.fill be at all times to gum., one
ready from the jaws of death aud restored themto the strength and dui ability of the work. those digknltie and nuawiM oatealeatrn
work.ii their line. QrC very other, without'seam or crack, leaving no place for the **;
aod their former health and beanty. Again it will be lodgment of (food thereby rendering them perfectly Competent Workmen always in readineu to put BpEngines. r Put npinjquart ] .
t : .r.Cyliader ooouoon : I found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally .Ae. 1d ttJea.R.c.iA.
life like and the contour of the
: jU tIW shortest ootice also} original face
t .d sbict; Road Subscription. known ns an Ague Cake or an enlargement of so as to defy detection. He will attend to all call Terms will be liberal, and al| .work done strictly for SCOWL A MUD, i i .
) criptW **that By .. the spleen indeed in all cases where the external aJ1icetioD in Middle.Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full cash or accepted orders on>bme business firm i io this General AgeoUlfcr: the Soutbera SMe*;!:,.
E l .JL kr.i. can by
I ,.* H. B. Qaxl : necessary : *
County, held March 21 at, 1855, a rut. He will warrant, m every instance, satisfaction, and BraM. ur.7 r sale at all&be'.n."St ID Tan4.. .,,
4 fft .received from the' Stockholders of All letter most be addressed (poet paid) to and at one Agency i ev.syZwti 1&. St .
I WOOD'S VEGETABLE VACIL LIFE mis. prices Jo.eiit'U Ue) (ime -fre'rnja,Cashier when called .
: Geergia Railroad Company through S J. M. SHINE d. Co. Tallahaaaee l1a.March F.bruiry4,1S65. ; ; '-e.r "
tf for. .
KAr5uuu. Secretary, Col. -. Fj Whitner, RLI''tJEI.D.1Iay 3063. Prof. 0.J. WOOD:-Dear 11, 1854. 10 .
- bad decided to accept the Sir:-As we bnve used And seen used for a number 'Juy 24. 1P54._25_ Andrew S-Garr rt Leon .Cwerai., Ia .
1 Cto.M.
: .: : Spring: act to provide for and enconrage a of years jour Vegitable Magic life Pills we are prepared P. B. BKOKAW'S. .1.1} < .
,.rr-DI. & Bttbecriben, are luternal Improvements," approved recommend them to the public as superior WHITE & S U. SER, : Curtia. tt .t. .0STy. .s '
t' nerD and other r -nd the that this to sill others, and infallible'in the cure of the diseases Dealers in LffEBY AID SILI 8rJ.lj .A"i. '"I. of ". .
expressing 'hope Wholesale and Retail Copper, .
T T to the 1za5 b
ueQrtffiot I Ueods suited to to submit the for which the/ are recommended:; S.S appearing. Court by:i I
early steps question Tin, Sheet Iron, Brittania 4-$ JapanfdWare.. TALLAHASSEE 'FLORIDA. isesas. that the 'fcUowmgnanxabove JcIf3j j
neiH.a ci..tingjpirt uf said to authorize said B. B. Leach A. B. Fettle, R D.' A tbro, P.Jacobs, '.
'tI County
Orin Buzzel Spencer SuMell, Edward Gilhcr. John 4 t eaae resid* oot of the 8txte of 1 ..
subscribe for and hold Stork ii
Hats.TIne.PAls3.L to Hurt-' Cooking, Parlor und Wood Stoves, Proprietor would,b- of the Middl. Cimntof'JTotvlaaodberebafter .--uw..
.. as authorized in the 22d Section of Albro Lucien B.Slreet.:aa; Swret John 5- THE _
i ; .af f Ut.tr Black Leghorn full dUcusston and due dvlibera- Johnson Williams, G. LnwBon, C. Farrnr, D. Landers. J order of the latent ipproved patterns and S .public that he has rebuilt'his,__ ,and Stephen Oaifibnl ijt.)u Nctt ill Ae

', Lv .s Woemet, aod ,it a was ordered "that a rote of the P or. WOIDear' Sir:Having used, and experienced k. for sale at reduced prices, and will defy.com large Bride Stables at the old stand, and is now State.of New York;.Charle*Blade.who resides iW
j be taken the I the effect of your. Vegetable Magic Life petition for neatness durability and service. prepared to accommodate bis friends and customers. State of Louisiana CEiilotte E. OeddesOetp7.
Ooonty on Monday I ?ill in family, I.il1 that as a.family medicine He also has attached to his Stables, r good Blacksmith G dde., Erie William Leslie Mary llargiret
whether not my say Home "Work.
\. t v **tcks, Frocks Puletets.! and : ,to determine fcr the they cannot be valued too highly. I have used Shop.where be will bare have done all kinds of Charlotte Cuaunns Leelisv Beaner fltosW,re
. "" .Alpaoca t Q-,etp's Cloth &: CommisMooers. of said County shall I them in several bilious attacks and ioflamations, and Roofing Ornamental Heads for.Gutters,Guttering, Plantation work Hone shoeing, and Carriage work in Janet Leslie, or 'Donbar, 4farj. 1 rr.Cbaank..
. '1!; 'GraN.Dd Browo Lioea \:the Pejisjuoja.and Gejr- I will say that their virtues cnnnot be tooMghly Tin cowlucting'Pipes, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead. Lead the very be.st manner and with promptoessand dispatch Helen Leslie or Brow;Margard ag0arl"'or pisJ .

, ;." .411",. A.W TeU Shirts ,under the provisions of An Act preciatctl I, for in every ease they have speedily ap-triumphed Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop Work of every description ; XVnilam'Leslie Imbaeb-Helei(Cwnn "J9ci i#
of the State of Florida
cr .4.k en done with neatness and despatch. November 5. 1833. 44 Margaret StCIair Bhek. wb over disease. and hence I feel in duty boundto _
" to provide for awl encourage a lib. and Merchants will find it to their ad
Country WMXwtV
City AndenoDwho"uidt..t
1' Shoes and I recommend them to all. They' operate perfectly To the Old Settlers of Florida.' -
; in tins Slat' '"
Improvement vantage to give them a call before purchasing el e- a/Florida. \ > 'i* t ; '.rlc'
1 .complete assortment. T Cth 1855. eaoy. producing no uneasy sensatioD.y their operation whe'e.t2 Tnllas E. Mel ere, late of the General LandS It a ordered that- said delfedaala do S .>ppffr -
; :;'J ;pjj tI ofProvulcns, Groceries I persons were then appointed In. u thorough; and I am.eafi&fiedfUiat.nc th.in more ?. N. B. All our articles are manufactured from Office and Pension Office,Washington D.0, will answer the bill of toropUint filed b this esa.etis
.. '. "-wdf d ware,-am) notions of all I vote, to-wit: .! in most cases is. O cary these .valuable pills; the very best material and warranted durable-no attend promptly to all claims under Florida Armed to nay the said above Batted dilettantiout 'wb6j4iU.
.t ..: rice ka.le l ee osnal terms and to ) A. Shine, Francis II. Fl jjg- to perform a speedy S and triumphant cure. other will be offered for sale. Occupation Acts of 1842 and 1844. Person who of this State but in the ted States witHroiSmrnonlna

}.- -J .we respectfully invite our 6"D. i' .S R pec1fully Yours. rcw.J.B. October 21, 1851. 42 were settlers under the said Act of Ian and having fran:&M piAlieatlenUi*;t**'cfendaata d.. d.-
.'j ':? troo: ; the! PuU S. Hart, -Johu Millar and Wil BANGER complied with the requirements thereof have not received above Danvtdwho.reei ,*

. :f } 0. J. WOOD & CO, ILT. Babbitt's Potash in Tin Cans the PATcrrs for their lands can have. them obtained nine month*.-from the; pnbticatijoa of thi* prd.s'.aI
C95 New York.
Broadwav, ,
: .( Npo4Y.arr17.1855.: ] Larersage, C. C. Williams Proprietors. or attended to by the subscriber. the defendant who "resides in Cfce W |*n Vlrt
.J: .-u----: 1 14 Market Street St Louis. OF 33}-12-7 powdeeacb,assorted; 154 R>t Also claims prosecuted for Pensions', Bocnty.Lands, within two tdocthf;.pcoyided..that*jrab&eaiioonrder t/"
S D. IL Ames Ha. .
.Roberts, David Young and Joseph .Agent-4'lillaballt'e.; case. warranted equal to any m use at about Scrip, Back Pay c. & on the most reasonable be made bat a week for tb+nae 6b I ik4
. synH .ubscrifien. will oa' February 10, 1856. 6 the same price as that in casks, with full directions for terms. for the appearance of the d ,.

.. : _JL.iwlre tbeireooDection by .-Charles Bannennan, Alexander use printed on each can, being in a much more portable RcrzRZKCzs.-Hon. Lrwis CABS U. S. Senate; who..reside b the United .
,J t JStiior partnr,who will open:, Q. Cromartie. Painting.MR condition for retailing. Any persona desirous to JAMES Coorza. and JOHN Wiuox Washington D. G. .the period above' fUDltt: .DXaaMM9.
.. and therofore'reqnests all Duval,Noah McElvy, and Aboer.IL H. HARRIS offtrs his services to the ifrzens .try it will please remit i ten dollars in a letter to my Addreas"pg.t Paid JULIUS KM&IERE. defendants abortf earned i'r fn X :

t. :t .lbV-bikwe,* .' : ,r of this place and country as a-.PaJt\tbi. He Is risk, or through some u-iendjn. thja.place, and will Washington D. C. At CuAMEBxsa' f.. S* :** t' .S .
1'1''' '. **: ">L : .-Green Chaires, Thomas Carmau prepared to do work in that line of every description, forward one casa as above 143 fts. This iutieIe'bubee Oft 21. 1S54. 55_6m a'.1WAnJIIJAnJ.J.;

i .t *?''P..e:'vscoountafr in md in such a style as cannot fail to give satisfaoJon. hi use for the last three years, and gives the best March 10, 1855."tl 4m< .1,|I T.4 V30, *-i
; :
!. Cbairc S. W be left satisfaction to all who have met with It. Also Super Ac.
,jl".1 ".?Aprm6,1858.! 18 -Joseph J. Applications can at Mr. Fratonons Wines, Syrnps, .
._- --.- -. Odom. I Store or at Zuckcr's Harness Shop. Carbonate Soda Soap Powder, Castil. Soap, I' Wbrcestershire.Sance.Freeb SNUFF! llnfTO.'O: : ::
C .oen. Silas D. Allen and The,gale I :Pbniary 24,'1855. 3m 8 Cream Tarter, Candles of all kind, and the beat SaJ- ',OLDJOtard Brandy. ': Lobster. ,, ._. ,... "'1 ) .. ,S :

. !1t TlTBTreettveldl. 'er. .: Seaborn Ragles, John Harvey, and I Notice. eratiinpnd.. .papers. "6Q" in"a.Cpe.o A T..uA; be ug"ea.. Madeira "' Shad. PETER. "iZlti UARD7 L

. .
./j"t ';1 ,., ._It ..c; I Sherry Clams No.4 2 CHATHAIT87ESET Dwtott
L". -Job Freeman Noa 68 & 2ipgtNe.-.York. :
'Jd' t"O.- .J-. Lcgrand : months after date the undersigned executor of London Porter, M HalEbat,
; ..; ."''\ ,.6 '. i SIX: .the estate pf Miles Potter, deceased, late of ,F kuary 3.1855. 6 3m otelr Ale, Surdbee QUCCESSORS Pm '% Qs ..

r .10.M .' -"-. .16 .. Sides.upr,. the m unites. .!.;Wanhiiigtoo; County will present ]pia nal account and Brandy Peaches, Tomatoe Ketchup O offsrs for Mil aJl kinds of BlTUrP'ai*TOBJL6COSinreoeraloM. -
r. -.1 -1D. -W'OWYNlIf'.P.reeWeut ,-' Black mlthing. iFer.particulars &PA4I
' J I vouchers and ask to be discharged from the same. Braody Ohehias Walmit *
tj .
. '! {Jot": j I 'pJaipH B. L C. C. i SHARPLESS EVANS, Ex'r. A TTACHED to my Livery Guava Jelly 'Se.s, taD be obtahied by addreeamf"ab.ie, nIa.

l !!,'. t ti.ea8tg 12 February 8, 1855 6-6m 1'J\. Stable is a Blacksmith Shop Currant do.Preserved s Pickle, lisbmenf boe of the S oldest- .of ttkind... .rrrrr i TTI.TT"y* LVf:

'.4 I ; : 4tbbk.Wbi1cv ______ I in which all kinds of work appertaining Qnjnees, Raspberry Syrup States. : *' :*
ilO M Molasses Land Warrants, Notice. to that business is done in good style at abort .. Pears, Strawberry M Feb171855. ly. ,.

.tt. ;. 20 tJ. the Jitykut priot and procured a SIX months after date the undersigned, adminiv notice and on as reasonable terms as at any other 44 Ginger Lemon "- For .Sale.-, ;r ,

r- 5 brtff Lrsaocs ?have not been able to establish n of the estate of Thompson Ware deceased, shop in the city, Farming implements such as Turn Sparkling Gelatine Ginger -"
... 4. .a >8ogar I[ have received lees amount HI I late Jefferson county, Florida will present his final Ploughs; Scooters, Rods, devices, Heel Pins, Tap Flavoring EzrraqJASpanish Pine Apple FOUR small Farma ia Walretia Oecty,iitaiA;
.: .t'Kbeat any to. Jet me know it. Having accounts and vouches to the Hpo.. Thomas J..Chaoe, Rings and Iron Wedges, kept ready made, and :con OUVea, 1 Salad Oil, ,. $0 .acm.e eVirrtjl gveddtre H l s

;1L'\ gao Ibs beat experience i id the proeecutim and Judge of ProbAU.for!; said County"and ask to be dis staidly on band. This will afford farmer. an opportunity English Mustard, s Capers, .out houses oo the I&D1c-rl--aire. at ..- ): .

-o.ri"\ : For sale by claims understand fully the charged. WM. H. WARE, Adm'r. to supply themselves without being delayed. Claret bpatkhng Cider Oetober_ 14.1854 "t.Jf'; :t .. : '1 .

: 1 March II. 1856. getting through the various De- November., 1854. 6m. .45 P..B.BROKAW. Tobacco. Old Port.Joke; .
.;'4.4 -- / hue in my'possession S S January 13, 1855. 2 Havana Segara D. H. AMES.'\ New

f i 4"I lI : e pd..81 Alab ma..120I Notice. Nov.mberll,1856 46 HAYE.joat: oo4."la."l'
;M1 f | *HE SubeeriberlNe l ; I Carolina and Tennessee Master THE Stockholders b the T&llahasseo.Railrnad are STORING' N otioe. 11. apply of(Clothe
j JL>6o k-olBea.-blt! Good I ed.ltheFIoridaWAr.. If you : .notified that an election will be held at S. -AT NEW PORT. TUNNO PINCKNEY 4 of every eelon; oI11opaAd

:! f i sWiYortwith much ease, : Master, Pension or Bounty Land the(9f5ce the Company. Tallahaa) on .Wednes f J7J1E undersigned; still CAiriee on the above business, THE eoparta5rshipof. been djaaolyed the, subscriber will 1we to make ap ia UM mesin sbM31 .

i-ZI; ;\ ..Q'tbs most rewseaafele terma. :I .charge_ i if-J,.obtq.nompny.q H.-BLok day, t7tb "Jone next for seven Directors to manage X in all ita brandies. Buildings well caleulatedjbrdespatching continue: tha baring S abprt nUke.and reeaeeabisvieromc 3 "ij He b.
r't-1).. a: C. ). the affairs of the Company for one year from that wagons. D. LADD. ( .-..414a0J3L1'; ; : "
t..; !: !.' March 1'1, IS&fc. nneettled onsireM with himself date., S Newport September 2, 1854. 25 FACTORACE & COMMISSION BI1SINEB S JWBu.'ui.zcnn ees.tW
.3", -. _. are invited to, call without delay at EDWARD HOUSTOTJN Preiident. S \.T'-'RO&.A :
Ir; Q' Lailcs Dreg '; ttotn& Whitaker'e Store,) Marcb.l7, 1835. tde 11 S.enVcopy.Dwelling MJJ.ES rfASH & co. on his own'account R. Q. PINCKK jTY.'Jn, READV'MADECtOTHIN ,"' "'

i.rr.r..ti LAWNS AND : Office, NORTH COMMZ&CTAL. W.UI'0 Cobustinr of trtty gsrtstt_taW.i1'wii$4.
H)RINTZD (I Act MaesUSt.4855.. .-Agents i'qr S h9r; Jnt., Pealerfl nimgs.tecneo"i\c.TTTOU1l4DiQformUieir s such u ..
f': 3 B1ackd ww.1A sent to oar address,will be charged fiTHE Hous ,ap4.taLow jnccqpJed .. ]' ;, frienda and the poblie, that REFEJIENOE8.IKOIAHAX wbids wiU be.dis.I of at)_ js--.S't
aDd for
1 J Ham sad Figured $4 for new eases our fee, ;k &.t.ick..ait ted on Jefferson ".' they have on hand a good assortment of such AlI' a1Ai JJf: -"aDa J'aim I bd3b7'Vder.Ihts.
Warrants. FormsjaodJ ecords A WEBB JOHK FEACZI & Co.
their line business ( 1
articles in'
Plain Lawn aad'J 1 Street,opposite the new Academy. ; For T.nn..leI.. at are generally rnti 8Ib Riies7 4M
._. Embroidered and Plain TAttAHitatx FtA. Enquire of A.or-1 .QECXfiL BESTWJCK. and bej'eceivbg regularly fresh suppliee. .Their 'GwaDix, MATTBiuanf. *. *lack Qreaadbe, February J4, 1865. ,8 3m' terms shall be reasonable. 14 tf O'i by giving m* a caD'*]3thSII*.
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,; '?omt.e .- New ,Bot and, Shoe Store. Notice.JHE special vww to tbd.. ." W t :

Einboiaererand and r gned take pleaiorein informiug Carriages, 3u'get, an4 Harneau.. Copartnership, 7. .1 $
r Dress Trimmings, Court. -In. Cfeaacery. .THE[ stirs and friends of John Lcrcb ,.,Fr Sale''b7-PwiBv.ioliay; ) nuderil ned the have"thia day. t"entejttd'bto' '" '' .. eo- Oct' _ber S !I,.'1854'.. 1.:.fof I' I' w.... 1I I..
Aewatanetyofoew S ) f "_ e \! "
gOTerally.that tJ, e. ugbt. HE Snbwiriber 'just 'receiyedavery '
i RaflEoadandFrtneb iOn'" out bit Boot ana-Shoe Store, and are ready to t make J large ppl!. of Carnaires, -WWEAt .At1DftEtldl, : I. DEI .Q9Q jrGQQU r
O&Ied CoaeU-- ,' np the bctind of wbrlc fa their'liae; All who wish I b
;s racIcth1C.7ssI.b' : ,.. .For settling the any. work ... ilt do well to call. They''warrant --.uggU*."nd Harness, which .nfc v offers Q g 2 --S. A. wrn'AR "

./ ,QL : ; 'i ctfUrs>ofaaid. their.work ,to be t..made M, well M eao be,done any for November sale on the most, 1864.reaaouatliujs.' .tt' P ,'fpl&. .AJI&4 p. ..gJ" .\ BETTOJf :=.

L # -Mrchl7ISU. Adm'r/) ''i4tat... "'. .w.bcre.elaa. ,TJ ey bare oo baud the best kind of -- BARNARD' MAXWELL 'm'F.tl aMWIot r J. H :
&decVL,. f 'I French Jalfikin and Sole : 't u
J1 .. English Leather, and offer Notice: maa Yen b Does1ie, .trWr.
: Late.Gb.e '1.t.1 ; ... their. work'as chekp as possible for each. months after d4Uo'.h mijdw kned.;&d nin t' qjwzr, ; 1, pleased'to :tbeit r-rr---Oa.r"' .MtdI .
; "-Wi iam S (4- M.:4 P. RUPP.January SIX. i .
I friends and at'the"IdUdof Tweeds Dt1l'.
-Bin. -patron Fancy ,.
; MUSLIN A Wifeaid!! tor of the estate of Elisha McDabie). deceased, ,bl
.EMB-ERED CLemiieU "1 SCI._,\_tf I late of Loon County,will present his final account and 1l.Btu wd,JrjTwn of the Mortar,torner Kentucky Jeaoa.' ;.I .*-. !
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-r..z_.n S F > r ( of Motiroelaid;JBwteki streets where Plaid Lmseyis, 'l'Lt\\,
),..- Nails. vouchers and ask to be discharged. o!tHIOTON .
'Dutt.dVeiJsLc1.V a decree of the .Hon. Judge of Lee J. SAUNDERS Adm, ther. will L keep a full and geueral asaortmn of.articles PmtedTlanaeli, f.s fj t t'
.5 S 14 ilaotllla Law.. a .on the 8th'day of Vebruiry, 10.O'K1 on band, and for.sale low by December 9,18J5. : 6 appertaining to their ire* of baaloeak, cad dictbiatccs Opera-' f. 5.
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.% ckr &,I do hereby .give ootice ; '.HE1R4MIBT. % lil. of *t..t . Bfk. > .
S ; j claim against said estate of LeightQjJmeD Augustl9,1854.is. ; ., .Hides Wanted. i r tft E.)1AmJARDrl... S UJ. .' ,; Prilla' .
L. SS.W 8UKIitU !I eztca wiOun six alar motSb_"froin&be IIN&I this S oJ" 'I. .DI. '2. .... LE'; '..1" : : O"OI.O'Drji .B aIL Hii t.,ott r acid ]Deejrt ..I pewtiry1(4)1es( LG.,: "h'rRQUP.11'AXW' J. '. ..1555.L ,. Faaey Oalwofa,-" ,
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: rj relewed,f om".said ixtcdaUtra. i! ti .andJtI 'iciait11.mrinua will bo:pa.idl by. 'pi''h' nU'C\ ;,WILSONvf Ad2iIt1atratoP'1JoUc. 8h AD4Ilci.. 011 :- ., .".. 7Lr to
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