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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: December 2, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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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 DYKE & WILLIAMS. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, DECEMBER 2; 1854. VOI< I [JME .Y!--- ? 48. 11M
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-- GOVERNOR'S'S MESSAGE{ the Treasury, created a vacancy which was filled by the appointment plies, will lead at no distant day to their peaceable emi- which would be thrown upon.theSe. roads, and consequently ,>. !

of Theodore AV. Bre ard, to serve until the last gration. having received information that the law had ] in the amount of profit to be! derived from the investment pt, ,i J.:

day of the present session of the General Assembly. On been violated, I instructed the District Attorney for the we should even then ,find dnrselved abundantly re t ,

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, )} the 2d of October last. I granted to the Comptroller a tern. Southern District to enquire into the matter, and to use his warded in ]having appropriated to purposes" of profitable ,t'

t TALLAHASSEE, November 24, 1S54. J porary leave of absence, and have since extended, in con- best efforts to convict and punish the violators. trade, at ]least three of the finest harbors In the Sonth-in; =

llQW-Citizcns of the Senate sequence of his having accidentally received a serious injury The duty of removing these Indians from our State, has having built up, within our own borders; three cities destined Ir* ,x ..i

and House of Representatives: which has prevented his return up to this date. I been transferred by the present Administration from the to become great marts of commerce-in having' removed
have made no ad interim appointment, because I desired Interior to the War Department, and i is now in the hands the inaccessibility, which ha ll nag like an incnmbns ,;
,. It gives me pleasure to welcome you to the Seat of Government the benefit of his suggestions on the subject of revenue, of General Davis-a man who, as a statesman and a soldier around us-in having increased the happiness augmented f +

and to congratulate you upon the favorable: cir- &c. It is hoped that he will be able to return and resume has always been equal to his elutI have reason to the wealth, and secured tHe prosperity of our people,.and

fcnrastances under which you have assembled. his duties at an early day, when his report will be communicated believe that while he greatly desires] to effect tho o jectpeaceablJ ]last! though not least, having blotted> rcctionalism from ;y a'
During tho year now nearly closed, our State appears to he will coercive if and the of Florida
and
to the General Assembly. use measures necessary, map made our people one in interest .' '
: iiavcbccn: especially favored by Divine Providence. While Your attention is respectfully called to the General Report that the Government is not entertaining the idea of adopt- and feeling. a 3 '

fiotnc sections have bpen visited with drought, and oth of the State Engineer and Geologist, with the accompanying ing a policy which looks toa permanent settlement of these That all these, and other advantages would ft>".- .Lu ,), ; t
crs with storms; and floods, we have enjoyed a propitious reports, marked A. B. and C. The Board of In- people within our borders. It will be for the General Assembly completion of these great enterprises, I }have ho doubt. and l{r t' J .J

!person.! The earth has rewarded the diligent husbandmanwith ternal Improvement will meet in Tallahassee: on ]Monday: to determine whether the State will wait longer, or that they are worthy of the highest efforts of our Government 1 1+

a fair harvest, and with remunerating prices for our the 4th prox. after which I may make to the General Assembly whether, she will take the matter into her own hands. If and people, there; can be no question. Let u g, therefore I i.. 1

great staple, we may expect throughout our borders a state a communication on some of the points embracedn we determine: to wait, I would respectfully suggest that the turn our attention to another, and controlling consideration i 1;=, .

(If prosperity which should be highly satisfactory.; But the General Report. .I Ir.rge discretion: conferred on the Governor; in the law of connected with the subject. ; [

this is not the only or even the more important evidence of The report' of the Quartermaster General shows the number the, last session be repealed, and that some simple provision ::;- Have we the ahi1ihTo I what extent can the State en- : .

w such favor. of and condition} of the State arm, and the letter of Col. for protection in case of emergency be substituted. If, gage in these enterprises consistently! with the, best interest ,! .
Disease and death ]have visited many sections our on the other hand], it i is determined! to proceed .at once to ,,of the people, and without a violation of the Constitution ; ;
of the Ordnance and the account cur-
violence. Insatiable, in Craig : Department, .
I common country with unrelenting coercive measure:?, I would respectfully suggest that the ? These are questions which deserve, and will (doubtless ts-
Their rent between the State and the General Government; here- ; .
their demands, they haveppared I neither ago nor sex. 1 provision made in the law of the last session:: will be found receive, your earnest and anxious consid r itbri. '
with communicated shows, the extent of our indebtednessfor r
claimed from class and conditionthe ,
victims have been every inadequate. The i is too small for such Article tHe :
( appropriation a service The 2nd Sec. of the Sth of Coristittttidri declares I
has made of her -
over-drawn. This State no<
tenant of the hovel and the palace ]have alike become arms report .
and the means provided for raising the money would as follows : Xo other or greater amount of t tax 1 +
the tenants of the The benevolent physician, military strength; since: the year 1S-1:., and as a necessary) ; or
grave. probably be unreliable in the present: state of financial de revenue shall at time be levied than be
of to lias been any may ..required +
has apportionment arms us
is he has been ministering to the sick and dying, been consequence, ; I:
\ have rangements. The question is submitted to you,as the people's for the necessary expenses of Government;" The)isth ,1
stricken and called to his reward! The man of God, while annually diminishing.Vc\ no military organization
representatives, with a confidence that it will receive Sec. of the 10th: Article declares, that The General Assembly :
and to have until the -
of the cannot
the road to Heaven has worthy name, expect
out to penitents ,
" pointing dying that careful consideration and prudent, action which its shall not pledge the faith and credit of the State
}himself been summoned to that blessed abode Human State is prepared to pay at least the expenses of some pa- : to ::1
triotic and citizen who will devote his time delicacy and importance demand raise funds in aid of any corporation whatsoever. E. +t
sympathy has been awakened, and human; benevolence has public spirited t i 1'1 :
j made willing sacrifices::; ; but no sacrifices, however noble, and talents to the work. A report} from the Adjutant INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.The Whatever opinion may be entertained or the wisdom" of .1.i.! i f

no sympathy, however earnest, could do more than miti- General's office in 1845, secured us an annual apportion- framers of the Constitution were deeply impressedwith these provisions, all will agree that they prohibit: the go'frernment .. :t-I ...!

gate stnfic'rin g., Death has! done its work, and whole communities ment of arms amounting, in the aggregate, to what is esti- the importance of a liberal system of Internal Improvements I from resorting to taxation in aid of internal improvements i:' ;
have: been clothed with the habiliments of mourn- mated as the) equivalent of S3C: muskets;, and we have )paid and provided that such a system should IJeI I and deprive this State.of that description b'f ', s ;t 1
ing. Against such visitations, our commonwealth has been more than four thousand! dollars to have them preserved.The encouraged by our State Government. The time has prob- credit, upon which others have relied, to tile greatest" e'itefit: '1 + ; a i

mercifully protected. The general health, of our people arms noon hand will soon have cost the State more ably arrived when our duty to ourselves and our constituents for the success of such enterprises. "W"e are not; however; .11\1\;, i

has: rarely been better, and while the afflictions with which than their value, and as there is under our present' organization _- requires us to fix upon and adopt a State system, and prevented from using money, and other assets; which( ice 'M a I

our sister communities have been visited,applies mot! forcibly no prospect of receiving; additions fur the next: fifteen determine the extent to which we can, as a Government, may at any time have, that are applicable to this purpose; :: 1

to us the admonition, "be ye also ready," our extraordinary year, I respectfully suggest: to the General Assemblythat aid in its construction. To determine these points, and in such manner as we may consider most atlranta"1!, : I
exemption calls upon us: for the most humble and : suitable, provision be made for the eiiieient organization act upon such determination, is to affect for weal or for woe and to this part of the subject I beg leave to callyouf particular jl .. i !


rules in the armies of Heaven, deigns to minister to his General abolished! and the arms turned over, grave and important responsibilities. So far as The Report of the Register of Public Lands shows.gales I'fi' t r I 1

creature on earth. with the other State property 1 to the Treasury. these may attach properly to the Executive Department, of Internal Improvement l land to the, amount ,bf $2Sf- +i3';t

The, Constitution makes it the duty of the Executive to SALARIES. I am prepared to assume them, and feel no hesitation in 121.52, and furnishes estimates for the land unsold. wtiicH. m 1
that in judgment no State system will beworthy would make the fund 965,000 dollars. This with the interest t 1
"give to the General Assembly information of the tate of The constitutional provision that the compensation of declaring my ; J!
the Government, and recommend to their considerationsuch the Governor; j-hall not be increased or diminished du. of the name which fails to connect Fernandina, or already due and that will accumulate, before tne fund j3. 1
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measures as ]he may deem expedient.*' In dischargeof ring the term for which lie shall have been elected," reeves some other equally accessible point on our Atlantic Coast, will probably be used, would j justify ns in e.estimating! It itt .t1"ro; 11

this lutv<< lll'g leave to invite your attention to the necomnpanying me from any embarrassment in calling attention with Tampa Bay in the South and Pensacola. Bay in theWest. round numbers atone niillion.: In addition) t to..thief; tlie I; .,. \i
} i your These two, as great main trunks, would form the Federal Government granted to the State, itt 1850 ali the ah-1: "* j jI a
the ,
to subject of salaries.Vhen\ most of the present: salaries -
basis: of a system which would be Moithy J the sea gilt I swamp and overflowed i land remaining: unsold i witljin bur ';;) }
OFFICIAL KEruKTP.: of the officers connected with the Executive Depart- .,. .
State." Less than these would he unworthy of our enviable borders on the 2Stli of Septenib'er} of that .year." ;JTHe sc"J .
The Report of the Treasurer shows that the revenue of ment were fixed, the expenses of living were le s-the ; l..
geographical position. These trunks would! throw off lections under this grant have been pressed fo'rwHrd by th'e'' 1- t
the State for the year preceding the 1st November, has I price of labor less-and the duties of the officers much less '.
their branches feeders to point where a sufficient States agents with commendable but Jf
or every energy, are not vet
been considerably) l in excess of the disbursement's, and that onerous than at present. Under] the: present:; scale, no (nailhaving l
commerce would invite them, and thus, not only every section completed, and many of those made have not yet received ,fl,:t:j .
the finances arc in a healthy and sati-f.lctJI'cOlIlition.! .- a family support can afford to accept an office in
of State but almost ?\'erjCountr, would share in the final action of the ComuHssioner. Without
The amounts borrowed from the different State funds, to the Executive Department, unless: he has a residence: of his our knowing -, t. t; :
their benefits. the extent of this fund, it may not extravagant: to estimate +f+'
f pay: the expenses of suppressing Indian hostilities have: own at the capital, with his OWl servants, and is so situated : if!
; It has been doubted by some whether such Roads would it at 8,000,000 acres, embracing, with much that is f 1worthl'ess' l lI
not yet been refunded by the Federal Government, andit as to be able to add something to his salary income.
j I have shared in such doubts. Few if Roads ; some of the most valuable land f in the State.Th'c "
not .
may become for the General at its pay. : any : } ;
necessary Assembly: I The salary of the Treasurer of this State, who is requiredto
j in the South according to their length, pass through larger -I Value of this fond.has been variously] estimated, But
present session\ to make further I provision: i for the ]payment, find good and sufficient ecnrity for seventy-five thouI :
j portions of lich agricultural country than these, and there can be little donut tiidt it can b'e relied on' as a safd i1Jf t
of the first, and perhaps' the second instalments of the sand, dollar: and is charged with the risk, not only of receiving I 1 1I i
i I through a greater extent of pine forests, and sufficient security for two million, dollars. This added ;
;
script, authorized by the last ncnoral Assembly to be is- t : and disbursing the revenues of the State, but with none probably I 1 itU
geed: ], under an Act entitled "An Act to provide, ] fur the : tho preservation: of the State's property, and] the safe kceping adapted to the business lumber and naval stores. It is to the Internal Improvement fund, would give us a re= zy ,.

payment: of Captain Sparkman's, P.lrkerawl other: Volunteer j I[ disbursement, c\c., of the largo and increasing amounts : liable :security of three million, with which to commentoperations. ':; g::
corn-p .
for services in the IS4 ." Accompanying I t t i! With such .a fund, we are now cnllejJ n'p'oh1 to '
Companies' year | of money and bonds belonging to the Seminary, School and l .
this Report is the Treasurer's accounts with), j Internal Improvement Funds, i is several hundred dollars not generally understood that one man employed, in the decide whether w'g'n the work of frittering it
the Seminary School and Internal funds] turpentine business, will furnish more freight to a Railroad; away in local enterprises, and as food for local and sectional '- "l ,I
Improvement !
j I per annum less! than is paid by the merchants of this city 41". ... I
vrlucli, with the accompanying accounts of Major Beard, for competent book keepers. The subject is one which calls than ten men engaged in the culture of cotton. And yet prejudices, or whether we will adopt a great State s- tfli:.. '
the such is the case. It has been demonstrated. by, at least one tern and cnterupon its construction with a zeal I and t'"
Comptroller, charged by law with the investment, will for examination, and is respectfully submitted] for your con- I ever t i1.1 {
show the amount and present condition of these various I sideration. of our Southern Companies, that where a Road passes in gy that will abate only with success-a system: which will : :}:: t

funds, so far as they have been paid over into tIle TreaSl11'\-. equal] portions! through a pine forest unfit for cultivation, give\ us a commerce second probably: to, no atQ.in the : .;
i The I le p ort of the Register of Public Lands: furnishesa INDIANS.The but abounding in naval stores, and through a rich agricul- South,wlucliwill buildupourinfant manufactures, Jncreasaand : p jJ IIf.
General Assembly, at its last session, passed an act the forest furnishes freight ten times as our agricultural resources {lie!
most satisfactory exhibit of the transactions of his office tural district, greatas develo'pb improve value )l, .t:
during: the past two years, with the balances remaining Ull. for the final removal of the Indians from the State, and for the agriculture. In our case, the two sources of supplyare of our lands, fill rtp our forests. with an industrious and : ?i: .;'1 f i i

paid on account of sales for the various funds committedto other purposes. That act required the Governor to raise happily combined Cotton and Sugar, with tropical happy population, .arid make s.a. Sr cat ,and prosperouscommonwealth. '::1::' ;':
one Brigade, to be composed of one Regiment of Mounted and naval and To iniud the of g
Lis charge and which have, therefore, never gone into fruits, Src., for winter transportation, stores my path duty is plain: ; jf :i
!the Treasurer's accounts. I would here remark, that such; Volunteers:, and one Regiment of Infantry, of not more lumber for the summer. Thus provided, it can hardly be A road from Fernandina to Tairfpa Bay, and off e from a !, ;, I

is tIle complication of duties under the law, governing than one thousand men each. It required him to commission doubted that the local business offered to these Roads, convenient point for intersection. .in Columbia county, to' ', 1',.p ,

these funds, that to procure information of their conditionand the officers elected, including the Brigadier: General would be at least: equal to that done on any Roads in the Pensacola, would not vary much from an aggregate of fin; F-J..;" i I
elected by the joint vote of the General Assembly 1 and t hundred and miles. It has been
extent, a careful examination of the Register's Treasurer's ;- t I Southern States. twenty suggested that.t o :- ; .
and Comptroller's] accounts is necessar. It i if respectfully I when organized, to tender the Brigade to the General Government But this is not all. It must ba remembered that more I secure the construction of these roads, the State might' :!; +

suggested; that these accounts might r bo simplified for the removal of the Indians. an one half of all the produce exported from the United I well afford to make ri donation of all the funds ; and that, 1 11I

without detriment to the public interest. These duties were purely' executory, and finding them States passes through the Gulf of Mexico, and around the with such security, the companies could readily obtain tho I R '*.

The accounts of the Register are accompanied by suchsuggestions wholly unexecuted at the date of my qualification: I commissioned I'' Peninsula of Florida. The articles received in exchange money necessary for building. Again i it has been ?uggestcd ; I ,

on the subjects of Seminaries and Common j Allen G. Johnson, who had been elected Bri!!a- for. this, arc doomed to the same tedious, hazardous and expensive that a loan: of the funds to the companies," to be used ..:. .t

Schools, as his observation and experience' ]have qualified her General by the General Aescmbly, and placed, him I I navigation ; and when we recollect that the extra as a security, they agreeing to release them at sonae* rdt are. i ,1, I
hiim to offer ; and to these your attention is respectfully under 1 orders 1 to raise: his Brigade; with 1 I a view to tendering insurance on nearly all light goods, added to the loss of interest day, and restore them to the State, would serve the purpose -

invited. Iti is a matter of deep 1 regret that more has lot it to the General Government as required 1 by the act. bv detention, would more than pay: the whole freight desired. To my mind, the first plan proposed is unnecessary 91,

been effected, in the way of organizing Common Schools, Jle reports to me that the Mounted Regiment is enrolled from New York to their place of destination, we mayTeaponably and not likely to meet wit i h general acceptance:' ,
but I apprehend that this is not attributable to the want and ready for organization, but that he has: not been able infer that the through freight would be an item of It would, to some extent, be unequal: In die distribution i of : ='w 1

i of proper interest in the subject, by those to whom, the to raise a single company of Infantry, and doubts! whether, no small importance. its benefits, because there would be no fund returned with "
Jaw has committed it, nor to the want of circumstances that would be which to aid in constructing! .iiie branch roads b ,'
, energy ill, the law under existing Regiment can be pro' But these, however ample, not our only sourcesof a necessary
, itself, but to the insufficiency of the fund. The increase cured. This being the case, I have been unable to organ- income. Our geographical position would of necessity : to promote the interest of ft krgej! prtion of the State, and A

of this fund is a matter of great State interest, and should ize the Brigade as required by the act, and have consequently make our roads great mail routes, and the most important 'i which should be looked to as a part of tfee .iys"te'mr Nor "

enlist the talents and efforts of every citizen. Until such made no tender of its services to the Federal Gov- thoroughfares of travel between the Atlantic and Pacific I is this the only objection to absorbing a'nc} sinking the

increase is effected, it can hardly be expected that the ben- ernment. The further duties required of the Governor in oceans. It is doubted whether their income from through fund. When it lias; served the purpose }in i.of. these va.-' K.

i efits of the system can become general. executing the law, were made to depend upon the Govern travel, would be equaled by any two American roads of I rious works!:, Its .return to bless"our people'"" by build ti.: ,t t,

..t The Report is accompanied by a Report from the Boardof ment's refusing to accept the services of the Brigade, and similar length, south of New York. To these advantages, ing a school l house in every.neigh'borho6djind? ; securing agood .i

Education of the State Seminary at Ocala, in East Florida upon several other contingencies, neither of which has oc local and geographical, may be added another worthy English education to every child.. To"a ]loan there j jare

suggesting measures for tho improvement of the fund, curred. I have, therefore, i issued no bonds! and incurredno consideration. The right of way, it is believed, could be grave objections ; not the least of which is, that it .y
.r and showing the condition of the institution, to which I obligations for the State ; and whilst I have at all times procured on both lines, at.a cost merely nominal ; both would not be likely that the fond would tt return to the State r : i

invite your attention. been ready to act promptly in discharging tho duties as roads would pass through country1 abounding in the very The course' in my judgment, promising the best: results, s p t it+

}f The Report required by law to be made to the General ; signed me, I have not found it necessary to make furtheruse best timber for superstructure, and which, to a {great extent and calculated! most r certainly i to succeed, is for the State,

1- Assembly, by the Attorney General accompanies this of the powers which the act conferred upon the Execu- has been graded by nature, enabling us, it is believed with the consent' ,of tub companiei'to; subscribe for stoci;; f

communication. You are respectfully referred to it for tive.The ,, to build first class roads at much less expense than any to the extent of feri thousand. dollars. per r. mjle! ,to be paid

ra nablc suggestions on the subject of our! Quarantine laws, failure to raise the regiment of Infantry, renders a of our' neighbors. When we consider all these: :advantages in State Internal. Improvement bonds, payable in ten years;

\ Pilotage at Key West, and for a statement of the present material modification of the law necessary, and it is possible and contrast them with other enterprises already completed bearing i interest, and .to be. delivered. as required! for the

condition of the suit pending in the Supreme Court of the that your deliberations may lead you to consider important which are paying good dividends, arid whose stockis progress of the work! ; the payment for tjie principal and t

United States. between this State and Georgia to settle changes desirable. I am! advised by Capt. Casey, in demand.at, arid above par it is difficult to resist the interest of.these bonds, :to be secured by line hypothecationto $

,:, the question of boundary. On this sup Jest I will' at some the agent of the Government, that the Indians are peace impression, that our General Assembly acted wisely infixing tho companies I : of all tho Internal Improvement ancswamp

early day, make to the General Assembly a special con. ably disposed and he expresses the opinion that a rigid limit beyond) which the annual profits of these land funds; together with the stock for which the

1nunication. enforcement of the State law prohibiting all persons from companies should not be extended.But bonds wvcre given. -
The resignation of Major John with} them in them the of The subscriptions should be accompanied by n c ff .ctLotibhm
Beard, ae Comptroller of trading or any manner furni&hing sup- suppose we are mistaken in extent business .




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on the 1 part: of the State, to sell the stock to the, companies l I tie worth the same amount, pays only two dollars and fifty to any thnJ different station, or office, or post of honor
under this State or to the station of Senator Ojc Jtoribian nub journal
+ or their assignees at par' whenever] they desired it, for' the cents. Can this be aa equal and uniform mode of taxation (' or emolument .
in Congress of the i Tinted States t ,
bonds at par. Thus the companies: would be secured by ?l"' If it is not then I apprehend that it does not meet or Representative
he shall ]have ceased to lie such G4Wernor
the bonds of the State, the stock for which they were given the requirements of the Constitution. The question is one until one year after Saturday, December 2, 1854.

l because, it ailects the relative burthens imposed Justice, Chancellor, or Judaea'The .
the ]land fund of ----- -- -
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10th Sec. of the ((5th Article provides that "X Minister Death of Gen. Broome.Intelligen' .
and the right to convert the bonds into :1 stock that: would I It and benefits conferred, upon every citizen by the
t t office of Governor a was received io this of the death ,
of the Gospel shall be eligible to the city yesterday of Oe .JP.aooME
1. in my judgment, be second to few in the Union.I To these Government; of his State. It i is submitted fur the consideration of Madison: County brother of Oov.BIOOME. IIe died w!::

'' tt securities the companies could add i their l private subcriptious of the General .\ ,ombly., and I respectfully recommend Senator" or member of the House of Representatives evening. after an Illness of about! a w ec>. We tare barely room on to 0c'd'7

: it by hypothecating the stock of the road, which, fur; I that such modifications be, made as will conform the of this State. the melancboly fact,leaving to another opportunity and to another pea to
If there were reasons existing at (the time when our Con tribute to his It was our goo.1 fortune to know 1"IS
the of the Con- proper memory. bin
the of this I will estimate at the! sum; law as nearly :; possible to requirements F iQ
,, purposes 1 argument I stitution was adopted which justified, the partial disfranchisement We Vttln dreamed, when parting with him in Madison a few days ago ell;
of two million, or four thousand dollars l per u1;It. So far stitution.t should so soon be called on to record bU death. Peace to his ashes r,
renderedhim
which
for crimes
1 of citizen
any except
: as securinca n. ]loan would be. concerned, the companies; could CRIMIXAI.: riosicTTioxs.
] unworthy of public confidence, it is believed that they
r make, the States securities as fully avaiUblc] as if they] I The expenses of prosecuting criminals in this State, have: Governor's Message.The .
no longer exist, and the policy of excluding from officesof
t-,* owned the fund a, a donation ; and the fact that the State ;i Teatlv increased within the ]last few rears. For the fiscal first annual Message of Gor. BROOME was read In
trust class of citizens in of their both
w any consequence occupation H
had] manifested} her confidence in them by large sub crip- year 1s;h, they amounted to the sum:of B7-1,7. ; for the I. or profession, is exceedingly questionable. I beg es of the Legislature on Monday last t, and is published in tbe'Q.'

tions to their stock, would greatly aid: their negotiations.In .' fiscal year ISr.r: to t:,1i.t,1, ,. and t for the: lat] fiscal yearto I; riilian Journal of to. ay. I From the various important "
leave to call attention to these sections and topics i
-
respectfully
your or
,. 1 this respect the companies: would: be Icnditt, '11 l. while t,i i $l",05fi.firt: being, an iucreaso of+ :nearly eighty per cent suggest the propriety of taking tho which: the message treats, as well as from the eminently practical >rf

P-i!. : the! right to convert the bondinto stock at l la 'arVUltl enaWethcm in f'ur .Ycar From such an increase: of expense we wouldnaturally i necessary stepsto ner in which I each, question is presented f, the I uOcument'ill, be f *
them.
.1 modify repeal ( d
or
*. to appropriate to themselves, if they should desire infer an increase of business, :and consequentaugmentation TIle amendment, ( of our Constitution which changed} the of unusual I interest. That portion of it, cspccmJ which relates"!!!

iiL the :Hhmt3of the whole enterprise, ns fully as ifthe 1 : but such is Internal Improvements, will doubtless arrest t
of the receiptfrom: that source ; ; I Sessions of the General Assembly from annual: to biennial. p'rticllar atentio 0_
.. State ]had loaned the fla; +,1. j 1 ne.t'i the C 1:0. The tiie: > collected in 1 ;amounted( : tolOiM.10 : Ii I-, I I of An The (governor gives to t that I question. 16rllcmt prominence, and Lr s
was a nptctlmaiulJ. nt. measure
r examination '
of the securities which such a subscriptionwould : : I i economy. presented r aV'IL'w of it at once striking and forcible.
In .
speaking t + whereas, the fines, collected: (! in lv. were .IllyI I, of the of the Government before Certainly I
enable the-e Companies; to offer, it will be observedthat 1 l inereased SO I average expenses matter that can possibly eng-.gl the attention of the J "
the present
while
showinghnt i :: per
C:'J.CO :
I expenses and: (1 since the change will show that the results
:anticipated J I.iture I is of equal I importance to this g
inasmuch
; I have said; nothing of of land by the o Gcm.rall The as
grauts I every
cent., the collection: decreased (J'1 > per cent.: l pay. have been Int"cr c
partially realized.; It i iX indeed, (doubted the State I has in it a paramount and direct interest.
Kok Government and these, in some shape, they will doubtless this amounts to ]le=s I It J.J3
from I
into the Treasury source+ bra4fvino
Jm Bleat : whelher the true interest. of
Vt lt : tlcLate, does not call} for to know, as we do from conversations with members of

,y&n receive. than one fortieth part of the State's revenue, while the a return, to annual: sessions. The subject is worthy of the that the suggestions and views of'his Excellency on this both busses,
Tho which I have suggested would I think, secure I fifth If tIe entire I head,are received .
course than; ( !
i- :
amount paid out more' 1 one) expenses
careful consideration: with
of the much
:i'4 : favor. We think
: people's representatives.FiwiAr
\ i I i venture to
the early construction: of: ,oth roacX atul the State merits, may say from
r I of the State: Government.; : This subject a careful :
: what we believe to be the:
U& I temper of a largo c'
r clay be cagily iirotccted from loss or embarrassment bv : jir..vrox.s.: majority of lhe
: and 1 i-j submitted l 1 for considerationwith I 1\tn\
]> investigation, 4 your .\sscmh' that the
?/ i.&,$' r,* throwing the necessaryafegur.rds: around the: subscription the hope. that the: s-oun-c; : of the I evi! will be found, and The! present political aspect of the non-slaveholding being done y towards present meeting session the will not close without something\

*-' and the, .issue of bonds. i States Ifthe Union, furni-hcs. cause for serious reflection and just expectations of the people on
HK the proper remedy applied. this question. There seems to be a position to
> I have thus Fellow-Citizens: expressed+ my opinions fully .. alto'+:'ehlcn-ion: on the part of, the South. In 1S.>0, we submitted harmonize in tb e
1:1.TAI.-:: > h i::;- I, spirit of the! message, rn a system that looks to the
and franklv on this subject.:. Thev are submitted: for vour : to a Compromise, as it wa termed l, which] a second connecting ex
That there i is a diversity of opinion among: the people of (tremes of the State Thli isis it should,I be.
ll ultl.thl' which: I ]have =tcdf.iil time branded, with in thc, Union. It ,
t ijre ('o.n5-iderat; l n. ccinve sugrc ( I : inequality deprived The
this) ; State on the Mjbj<.ct Jicfiie, generally: there]! can: be Mestizo as a whole, i is characteristic of its author-pfojn,
to command your approbation then will I mu.t< + cheerfully : us of our ju.-t right! to participate in the settlement: : of California I I and such
no: d(:.ubt.! and :that the question: : lias; t to some: extent, and I practical pointed just an Executive paper as the people
with in other which I l f it dismembered} 1 1 slave 1 State under 1 .
co-operate you any Jtl'l'lI1 :t" ; ;- ( a a threat of will understand a:all appreciate.
.,\ nl probably, 1 to :1stf1catx'r t relent: : be carried: to the ballot ,: !
gicatcr'be2cltt.rll(1, t ;Is not inconsistent: with: the I provi, >;ons I coercion' by Federal arms ;-,it singled out from: t the great
.iM. I box in our: political vlecti'-n?. we }1:::ve reason: to fear : -
of the Constitution. That r\'\\. united 1 wisdom will enable I : putts of property the controlling I property of the South: and The Legislature.The .
j J.ikc every questi-m: afiecting ihe 1 people, it should t: be rc.JVrred I
(4 you to adopt :onc system t tf U' eratius. vhich will' ?cevthe : I i denied! l us the privilege! of converting; it into I money in theDistrict General; Assembly of Florida convened in the Capitol in this
t to them: frr; KIVJ.Kand: :: : ? : thi-1:: :thini: : : readily: : : Ii
.: advantages much, ]I desired 1 1, and: at the J same time 10Kifo I : m.iy of Columbia! : and f for the:;c surrenders, what did city on Mnr.dny, the 27th inst.
done.] The], lr.v= of tljj.s tale: restrict: tile Id:11'1l. I,;
;MYv'-* and 1 judieiou- have no doubt; ; and; having: adopted, i, be revctr.; ; ; : : we receiveVe? wore told. that we wore compensated] : by I The SWlC"a5 organized on Tuesday by the election of Koa.

?' of I (County: Commissioner.--: the exercise of: t the 1 taxingpower ; II. '". S:nr.L, of President. The
IJornngi"ns
,., ? Irk let us take as our muit Kivrgy :1:111.\ctiuI.: II a clear and: ,decided acknowledgment of our constitutional Whigs voted for
to levying .1 t tax not ?greater than] : one: !half: f of liie tax: Mr. GiLi.n of, Walton. The vote stood-
f'H::: right on two points.: One was the right! to reclaim our fugitive -
1 \ I levied by the State: and :restriction has: been, held to Fur S'Nnti. Dempsrat, 10.-For GILT.IS; Whig, 5.
( slaves, and the; other was the recognition and: adoption
The General; Aseeubly.: ,) ::t 1t- Li-! "c--HOU., granled( severalcharters apply: ]-" to the question of licen.'o. All that t 1 is necessary t The rwpei-tive crwH.Ialfs voting for each other-1 Senators &Vsont.
: ; :t. by. the, Federal; (Government; of the: great principle ofXon
r ( 1 incorporating Railroad} 1 Companies+ and: among: ) to enable, each County( in; tin; State fo decide the quKonf'.r : ; .

l..r. tlicm] : one styled the! Pensacolaand: : : +l Georgia; : I Railroad: + ] Com; j itself 1 ; is to remove iI t 1.i 't .1':1 i on t the 1 :.axing: power.The : : Intervention:: on the I subject I' of slavery 1 in the I organisation I (*<>!l. D. G.; LivrvasTo.v Madison was elected Secretary; J.S.
i (' fit the'I'crriturics 0 f' Union.'o\ \ ere told I that I i ii
:1111 Kastcrn terminus,, t"l be
pany. That c11.u'tel'1 ('; aling: i i ii 5uCJilr1: + :then ]be changed: l from, our political :Jo our I' ,. PciSM.vxci of IIuuiItuns..stmt: Secretary ; B. F. PARKER of

y! fixed l by the directors: the company,: n t any I point! they! I'I'I County electionand would' bo conic-tod: I in the:: Hlt'ctiouI I I i tIle Wilmot proviso had( been strangled, and+l that in future I II Calhoun, Engrossing: Clerk ; J. G. S.-nni of Gadsden, Enrolling

;' I,:,:, pas select I on the), ]line dividing thi} ,* State from the State!: of ': of, the Uoard-, ( County (_ ntnlS-oneh'a., ;: : Tht\-e ek'rtion-, I I the Xorth] and the South, like a band of brothers, were to I Clerk ; J. G. PARK ofn-nkuHaSerg-l'ant-af.\rms and Jon WHITE

Georgia.; A' road built tinder( it from Penacla: : : / to the I settle the common Territories, and that they were to be admitted ,i of Jefferson, Door-Koepcr and Messenger.The .
rcmcmlurcd off when: the
it will be
; come: : rc ::> no+ political) i!
t junction of the) Flint and( Chaltahoochee., theie to connect i I contest in t the State, all1'J11 11IP relieved from: all party ( as States when they organized, their Governments, I house was organized on the same day by the election of>faj.W. .

.. with a Georgia road to skirt 1 our border] to the Atlantic, I with or without slavery, as the inhabitants might deter, I 1 F. Urs-sELt, of St. Lucie, Speaker-Gen. SHINE of Leonreceiv.
,l bias. If the] :sale: of intoxicating: liquors i i- a :r rat evil, the
mine. \Vith these recognitions although but, the acknowledgment : Jug the votes of the Whig. The vote stood-
would; prose a dangerous if not, a succc.s-ful rival of one of ,I people should, have the right; to relieve thcm,:elves from its I
of rights already possessed, the South rested. For RUSSELL: Democrat, 20-For SIIIXE, Whig, 14.
; ; : our great State lines ; at11 would respectfully] suggest that, j jwitli influence, and whether it j is or i is not such an evil, those af. ,
The fugitive slave law, although fair in theor '.. honestly The respective candidates: voting for each other-G members ab-
of the the! dIluter be modified
the consent company : so fecled by it should', have the right to judg..
to locate it: Ka-tern terminus: at Fernandina or at such I I I and promptly I executed by the Government, has proved in t fo..ilt.II
as; The General .\ -Foemll:1t, itl.L'!-t se; i0!i. pa=-od an act
1 ;i A. CoRLEvwas elected Chief Clerk
WILLIAM
"I'm
; SCOTT of
practicey0rsetlanuseless.. Such have been the obstructions
'
.: ; point on, or near the Florida] Railroad: : ::s the company may providing that "ictailer- spirituous! : liquors hall} .
pay Ji'iTiTson Asai tint Clerk A. L. FIRIIEK of Leon
: ; Enrolling and Engrossing
r, designate] and l that there] : }be, authority] conferred( to construct i allntn11I + ] f i thrown! in the way of its execution, that ill some instances
Beene.This :
Clorli; J. C. JOSKS of Columbia: l
; : Sergeant-at-Arms and ,
brani-i, road(] if they de-ire to the line: of the ;Stateof the f1I' tIf recovering a single slave have been: more than i i .
:
lavI of : ha-s bv.-ei
beneficial]
.f I' : am: opinion: : : highly but : Aitci53ALi;, > (.\i'i.LL of f Mndison: Dour-keeper and 3Iessen"er.
1 time( ]his value) while! in others (the blood and '
:1 of the} ) river.So twenty l, even
:. s Georgia at fomc point east I Alapaha it is urged 1, and 1.t'' r-'a-on.: : Lat: it I is unequal} in its ,, I All the ofiicers chosen in both Houe arc Democrats.The .
it if i believed, that j j'tto the! life of the Southern citizen;, has atoned+ for hitemeritv
.tti,;. far as Railroads are concerned: t we I operation. It attnpi' ( ; t %le- '-n the number: of retailers, I (;unor.s* ?I-?'age was read ii lhe two Houses Wed/so
< in availing hlii-eifofthle provisions t of the I I 1':tW. j I
with
I.oukwhich
now have charters on our Statute : I, some 'I but leave* untouched+ th" d.-aler:: I'mrn: ou; quart np'.rard.1' f tbIn. tle Smafr on the same day the Standing Committees were

,.1t,k- :. ... unimportant, amendments; will be found sufficient l for' the II Shoubl} the (General; : .\, : (:;.ill.y' decline: to relVr; :the question: The organization; of the I: territories of Xebraska and j I l nmlllcl'd-tte Message, en motion: ot Mr. Long, appropriately re-

'.,t !.. 'r present, wants of the 1 I Stale. The: construction+ : of those I I roads, to the re:jiectlve County (Government; *, a* I have Fit r"etC ;i I, Kansas: : furnished an opportunity: t for testing: the sincerity ]ii I ferret!, and notice given of the intended introduction of'frills by Mr.

r.," .t: may be greatly em1Jlru i-H'f1 by the grant: of charters for ;!' 1, then I rcsjicctfr.lly recommend' : : such; an amendment r :" of :i!I of the country on the subject of Xon-Intorvention.: The !! I laves, for a charter: to tie! PaJatka and Micanopy Plank Road Company -

and I that all such, applications I introduction I :: of the I bills I arrayed again-t the Constitution aril I Mr. for the relief! of John Anderson
\ .'1 \ rival routes, respectfully] suggest, the law as will eml-racet'-.ose} '! who s.ell!I intoxicating liquors: ,. I : by Myrick, of

.:.. :;40' .\, : be carefully'1 examined I 11 before being acted on. without reference to the otn: !tits: i I :and the South] the armies of Abolition, fanaticism. the Jackson County. Mr.{ Long was permitted, without previous notice,

:: ; :": I received( from Secretary. of a Commercial! Convention I men of the South, standing upon the Constitution: cheered i iI to Introduce a bill authorizing John Bradford! a minor, to a,Fulnot
'Yc. cT::sIO:: or WIIST: rr.mI :::,_\.
1 held in the 1 city, of Charleston 1 in June 1 lat, a copy of I on: 1 by a noble and distinguished band of \')rtltern Senators I I1 hit, management: of his own estate. The papers relating to the con-

.., \!.. .".: ; certain: resolutions on the 1 subject 1 of t the 1 Pacific Railroad: I I Ito ]have: received: t from: lli:- E.xeehleriev, the (;Governor Alabama 11 and, Representatives, and sustained 1 by the power and tL-ited election from Hamilton were presented, and referred to a

.' ti t':..."\ accompanied 1 1 by' a communication: : ; from a committee: charged 1 1 a copy of joint: resolution tithe I (General; : I Asenrbly \1 influence: of a l p:1tril'tiellllni; .tra ioll, achit"c.ll.'ictn. Special l Committee: of three! consisting of Tracy of Nassau, Erinson

,:t,;..: ... .. bv tho 1 I (Convention, I 1 certain duties, and 1 enclosing I of that: State: approved February. J.l 1 ;, I I-.'j J, ]'iropo.-iing' ry. The struggle: was violent! and protracted, but the Constitution of Madi.on and! Ilawes of St. John

..+..:I!;;i".'':' copies: .,bills, ,;, Arc., on which the action. of the (General; As. that thc State: of t Florida fhali:, cede tthe State t Alabama: : triumphed.t : The: Territories wore .)r/ .UllZel.. ThoJis I I In t'e! //.JMJC on '\''lIIIt'5dar1l'5Sr'!. Wall f-om Putnam, Parsons

:: all that portion of her Territory ]lying Mv-t (,' the Cliattahoochee Jt.ll from llcinando and Thompson from Santa Rosa, and
; :',.: f-embly of this State is requested.1 They are ]herewith communicated \[ =onri restriction which, t for more than thirty years, } 1 appeared

;. .1.4'' 1.) attention respectfully invited 1 tlt t the 1 and l Ajalachicoh l) :: ; i livers=: with a request that the been branding the South with inequality, wns repealed. The were sworn. Various Cornmifiles: wo: > appointed preliminary, to a

",;;.1. your I said: resolution be- laid; bcl+trethe (General; A--embly of this question of slavery: was: referred 1 to the I Constitution Congressional moro porfc-ct ur antzation. Notice of the future introduction uf
of the I ,
..t:, ?. .',,""i consideration application.TAXATION. ...tart ,t. I bevel.-itl], ench.se to :lwllH'g 1 l leave to remark that: I ; : non-intervention: established, and the patriot hills was given by Mr. Pardons, for the relief i of W,11'.Leggett, and

.;. ..., : compliance] : with the wi.-luvs: of our si-ter i State would permitted, to hope that the Constitution of t the country, and alto for the relief of Henry Christy aid: Theophilus Higginbotham; j
"t.'! '4",'. the General Assembly. to Mr. Carter, for the relief of Jose Virgil, and Mr. Penn j
t' by by
J Oor.stitnlon to
Thc requires
the 1 City* ] the} ] prevent
tran-fer t Ajalahjeola commercialcity .
: : : 1 large : i equal: rights under it, would become: : the \'-tc}l-wo.d in evrvsection. )

r. ,!.'f. I, adopt an equal and uniform: ( mode! (.f ta: :1tioI1." This] in Florida] -would t trstn:::1i'r the Hays: of St. Josephs, I Such hopes, however, were doomed to an care the introduction of free negroes into the port of Apalachlcola.Taci:5i .

f.! l be the fection amended..Justice l >AY, Nov. 30-SEXATE.-The following notices of the introduction
: should obeyed( or
:.i ( and I J't'IJ-lc.b-.tI .l off
ti, requirement Andrews : : eftl from( our ju.iis l disappointment. The passage of these bills only transferred -
rte ( : I
., of bills :
distribute the were given
tho 1 State to
t I
r r".l. .:' .1 would c seem to require tlio I t. liction one of. !the ln(.?t intcreoling:: :! ad::. valuable:: :: seat the, battle] t to another field, and( was made( the signal By Mr. Hopkins! : To prevent fraudulent voting: in this State.P.y .
.J burthens of Government :she 1 do-s 1 : its 1 1)t'neit5-ttlat :u in tic, United SIttts, and 1 uonld, .
Alabama
coa.-ts + ;
; I _'Ipt' : : and 1 fanatical organizations In the
should contribute for new ( non-slaveholding Mr. Ej>pe3 : A bill in relation to evidence-a bill in relationto
tt"'t'' I who receive the same measure; of protection l' : ; instead of FI- V 4h1: at. .-oiue future dy, the of the] .
the ) : great; city I States. They inscribed their banners, "A I;Irrop.\l"w:; .I Slaves: and free persons of coor-a bill to rcp'aL\n act to amend
'.,t-, fame amount to the r nme.: This i indeed South.] Such act of liberality):; i 1 ismore
f 1 an humbly conceive
.... : ..I : ( OF '.1% MISSOURI RKSTICTIOXTIIC Rnrr.Ai.!: : OF THE I CGI- An act cencerning Licenses to retail Spirituous liquors.By .
IIfY .". i indicated.' the Constitution, but I respectfully:] suggest than should be expected :and it i is not likely I
: policy to receive -
4 TIn: SLAVI: Lwxn, TIll: ADMISSIONOF NO roiu SLAVE Mr. Stewart : A bill to alter and amend the Attachment Laws
4-.1
t. 'onl: w.... that the present revenue l laws of tIle Stale fail tout a favorable consideration! : ::t tiio hands: of the] people's; I STATE INTO THe UNION." On such a platform they have now of force in this State.

'j' ,lls; \. it into practice. The law impose, a capitation,: and prop- I J'
.'i.I' "drrlt'.; I tv. t tax upon} Lawyers, Doctors) Veighcrs. Inspectors: andPilots STAT:: r.::::.'d;\. Thcy have, with possibly a single exception, controlling of Florida into two Judicial Circuits.Mr. .
; I
.Manufacturers} ; Merchants [
t; just as it docs upon Planters.]: Tho Library has received ]largo and; valuable additions majorities in every non-slaveholding: State, and Long introduced a bill to incorporate the Tallahassee and
tiyl and Teachers and yet, in the cn.c (.f the former, I
.rt .' yl f., ; i Ii during the 1 pat year. The duties of I Librarian: have been I have, t for the first time under our Government, elected a Quincy Plank Road Company.:
:I. is required their income, which l is i not required( on of certain citizens of Columbia relative to a
tax County,
't a Resolutions
:
I. ,
discharged: theSecretaryofstate.: and his oflice has been JIou=c of Representatives purely and wickedly sectional
'
\ ;I" t' of the 1 latter. The (,uycrulcnlroncrs; no more ifauk and Internal Improvements, were presented by 3Ir. Cone, and
income
; "i l;,vi the the of 1:1l' medicine( than if : used as a Library ]:"01:1.: I respectfully, suggest that a larger in its character. In view of all this, the Jjottth is calm andiilnloved. laid on the table.

; ,'t;, I protection upon profession i room bhould he provided, and, a librarian appointed, She prepared to abide by the Union, made
rJ.%' those of agricultuic ur manufactures, and it is Horsn.-Mr. Rowley, from Escambia, appeared and was swom-
docs upon : with a moderate r-alary. The Looks :are of value and the Contitutiol1.ith equal rights under it. Beyond
great by Committees-and
the
:4 E"t M1 vindicate t the justice of a 1 law which I 1 imposes 1 the Speaker announced the Standing following
j difficult{ to j the duties of the oliicc; arc too will be forced to the sentiment A
-.If" of the 1 I I burthens]: of Govern onerous to be made an appendage this, she act upon ( union notices of the introduction of l bills were given : By 3Ir. Galbraithof -

s l? upon them an unc'l'lall'ortlol these the only] clr.r-es against whom the inequality '!, : without compensation: to any oilice in the Exec- of the South forthc protection of the South." a bill to provide for the relinquishment to the U. S. in certain ca.

.. I,J.ir ment. Xor arc 1tcs. A planter in the country. 1 purchases two niho Department. Pledging my co-operation in all constitutional measures ses, title to and jurisdiction over lands for sites of light houses, and

4 ( ()}ICl' S calculated to the honor and interest of the State tho coast and waters of this State also bill
't of second rate )land, fur twenty thousand rr.Ksrs; :: AND: AITOITIONMIXT. ( promote for other purposes on ; ,."

rfr 4tl f ;: dollars thousand-he acres constructs a princely mansion and( makes other The duty of providing, for an enumeration of the inhabitants and anxiously desiring the blessing, of God upon your deliberation. to amend An act to provide for tho payment of Jurors and state

': worth twenty thousand more-he s.tocks ]hisplantation i of this State, and t for, apportioning the representation ?, I am, \' lnl'sses.
: rftt i impovements bill the retail license law.
to
I : Your fellow citizen I Mr. rrl'scott-of a modify By
will devolve the General >v
with horse?, mules, implements of ]husbandry, ; upon present &Sr cI111h'.
I of bill to increase tho of Jurors and State Wit
JAMES E. DI OOME.orasea. Mr.[ Parsons- a pay _
]his house The Constitution to the ;
a't' of five thousand, and furnishes at appears contemplate apportionment -
I Ct.rter-of bill extending to Ig
; nesse?. P v Mr. a political equality
'r the enumeration and whether
't. five thousand} : J making an estate of fiftyfl' after it will be com
another i
[i': i ,1 cost of nanMr.'o Phale.z, Retino Ihtlez1arcia Monies Do Oca and others. By
$1j which he receives the protection, of the petent for the General Assembly to establish the basis; and addressed to Louis Napoleon
*' thousand dollars on Two spirited and firm letters have been Langford-of a bill to reduce the price of the State Lands. B/

1;fl':iJ" Government, and for this he pays S\- mill per acre on ]his delegate to others the arrangement of details! '\c., is a 1.) Kn lith Christians, requiring that religions liberty might' \r.[ Speer-of a bill to form a new County from part Orange.: (. By
consideration. his Protestant Qictoiia! has also su'J:
dollars and fifty cents. A mechanic question worthy of be granted to subjects. Queen
; v' land, or the sum of sixteen with this enumeration I dressed him an autograph letter on the same subject. In one of 3Ir. Pope-of a bill for the relief of George Bell. The Governor'sMessage .
connection
.o : : manufacturer, whose] occupation requires 1 him to In would respectfully their letters the Knglt-.h Christians quote the inemnrnUc; words of [ was appropriately referred,and three new Commit or

l" \ reside in a town or city, invests fifty thousand dollars in 1 suggest that a general table of ,statistics he arranged, Napolec.n lionaprti, addressed to Protestants at I his coronation.After c\ to be raised-one on State Lands, composed 0 f'l essrs. JUom'rl.'d ol

.+ j( and lots fur his residence, workshops, etc. On this embracing most of the subjects, in the United States Census stating that it was his firm ],nrpo-e to maintain freedom of religions son of Lew, Harris, Dismukes and 1 Riviere; ono on the State

: 1 houses of the Government, of 1S50, and adding the statistics of wealth, including creed, he adds : "If any of my race hereafter to succeed the Capitol, and one on Census and Appportionment.Arrival .
:;i investment he receives the protection of value.AMnxnMi.s"TS. me, should disregard the oath which I have taken, and which, misled

p IS** '*2'-? and because it happens to be within the corporate limits everything by tho inspiration of a, perverted conscience, he should como to of the Baltic.Hani .

\i il of even a villa, he }pays twenty two cents on every: him- : OF TIIC COXSTITUTIO.V. violate, I devote him to public animadversion, and I authorize you Allies in Rein-
rt the handsome little bum o to give him tho name of Nero." Fighting at Sebaslopol-the Danger-Large
t dyed dollars value thereof, or The 3rd Sec. of the Cth Article of the Constitution provides forcemeats Ordered.

one }hundred aud ten dollars. Here are two citizens en that "Xo President, Director, Cashier or other officer New YORJC Nor. 26.
and under a constiJ'oyinn VmcKr.D.-Tho Buffalo, Democracy says tho election has has arrived with three later new front
protection Baltic
day*
in this State
the same measure of Banking Company shall be cli"iblc u. S. mail steams-hip
j any The
tho old of ruins sailed
mode of taxation and passed over us, leaving Whig Organization a mass t important intelligence from the seat of war. She
the mop
tution which requires a "uniform to the office of Governor, Senator or Rcprcsentativo to We arc utterly wrecked. It is altogether idle to think of a reconstruction Furo Liverpool and on the 16th.MARKCTg

vet one pays towards the support of the Government more the General Assembly of this State, so long as ]he shall bo of the Whig Party. It is past all surgery, past all mod from hales of
demand. Sales for the three 27,000
days
by thcothcr.} Again the citizen Cashier cine. It only remains for us to save what is vital and good out of Cotton was firm theamount1paid Director or other officer and Milliken quotes
than six times such President, nor un- [ exporters took 2000 bales speculators 3,000.
tho disaster, and to hold it ready for tho exigencies of Freedom and
invested, at interest, or in propertywhich and uplands at 6 I. ;
1 who has his estate til the lapse of twelve months from the time at which hobhall tho North." Orleans at 5i NEWS FROM SEBASTOPOL-THE ALLIES IN DANGER

pays a valuation assessment, contributes tWcllt.twucents have ceased to be such President, Director, Cashier, IMPORTANT of the destruction of the British Caralry) under Lord Cardigan l is eon-
Tho news
each hundred dollars ; whereas at the present issued his, charging a battery of 30 guns when the low occurred amounting -
t on or other of1 ccr. Oz2- Mr. Gumming, Secretary of Nebraska, has proclamation firmed. They were

value of-riavc property, it r pays but little, if any, over half The Sth Sec. of t the Oth Article provides that Xo Governor ordering tho census of tho Territory to l he taken immediately to 400 then men the fighting Only 200 has men been returned incessant alive and from sanguinary tho charge.Since ,and at last the AI-

who a baw mill worth f lour thou- Court Chancellor in order that an election for a Delegate to Congress and for
own the
A man Justice ot Supreme lies Wfro overpowered
a- much dollars and eighty cents ; or Judgeof mcmbew of the Territorial Legislature may bo held at an early: The British and French cflicer live scot them,* nrg.nt request for instant
t a tax of eight shall eligible to election or
'' sand dollars, pays this State, be appointment, t'Yo
j who owns one thousand; head( of cat *
whereas his neighbor,




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Fiflv i"tons thousand'Freneh are to be sent Strayed Wines, Syrnps, &c.LO HObCKISS fe SCOTT PiR.nA.\E.NT-- -5-STEAM- SHIP LINE
(,f *J wn neiiiait ly. aud cvtrvnar
17ROM.: tbc iinJusi .l. th* 2th ult Otard \Vorcitort-hue
9i en iJrandy Sauce ,
l" tikea f. __ ,
'lu>* eu that V o Between
putpo e t TJilV.im New Port and St. Marks
/j CoWd HORM: aidabx a Old I'.it, Freeh Lobs-ter,
-. Uiiuirf eac5b.1'l! Europa, Alps, Indiana (.1 f._::1. MULE.i \\illi a lump on the SiV.ht sik. A I Isuitable Madeira, Shad. i RE now exlb1n.! at thdr CASH AM: KXCIIAIVGE KOO.HS: ," one .fthe largest and j TO NEW ORLEANS
reward will he in L \. in"st ( le-.tait c&.t-etii4i, ii
: there paid T.r their return to me Sherry, Clams, ,
yifcamber wa a flOittvrIilIeaTu 'fATTI
UI' ti) .'tw cenib t, which iH tcd from davbreak until Tallahassee, or for any mformatiiui s.t thnt 1 -ai I ndon Porter, Hallibut, : WIIPI1L D] Also Between came Places1
ill
Jft than.
4 *' ."dive v jn tho aftvrnovi. Both side* claim the '. ic December 2 1F1. J. A. EDMOXDftOX. Scotch .Ale Sardines, K. Ever ofleied in thi* citv. which they think, tpn exan.ination, will Lo found to equal in mhit and variety AND KEY WEST.
( -ISOP Brandy 1'earlio, T V1iatc 'thup, .
I t ure 'f the batt1', the Etigi1i tu.k a any ns$ >rtn.ent of the kind ever brought South .

*"r* 1 lr24l l puttiers. Tlic Russian on the) othei j lirandy Cherrie Walnut! Tie ircat decline in the prices .,f Pry CooL', will ho jparerit to all 'ho will call r.r4 e'mndn' tie qi.i jM1

f. jJnneJfo nil I batteries of the allies, undtpiked ( Jauva Jelly, Spice*, it an I Of their stock. 1 hev were p'ireha-exJ I1IzruPf the rarlie in this New 't ..rk mercar.tme e"nrmuiitv -

1jaa; ,ml r '* tl'c'rsJUI1' The 1u 1* f tno allies v'a VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL. MUSIC, Cr.rrnnt do.Preserved Pickle.-1 ; rht ii, in Ctbfl4lrjleiiCe of Lii" Ea-t.-rx nxarketx ls-ii !.,'vl to manufucturcr. I hx.-v cfVre (i.mflpellcil to

men, and that of the Ru4ians j U recited at -V\7"ILI-l h c given on Thui day evening, the 14th .4 I'eztrs Juinces, Stt.i I xx % b.-iry.rrs Syrcp, thriw Coiro their and!stuck into i/i nn'l frce them-n ttfnt nactirn. ... prices Ix-low tI,., cot of rr.anufaeturim if. I rFhIr re tdar cc* steamship PAMPERO. KTdru? ?

1 inst, to a...:i..t in defrayinif th1* expeue uf repairs Ginger. lse1t'lfl! the markets.secure bargains while our stock i is full We are willing to give our cu.toi.itrs the aVIaUt1.iiof 1. mister will ply pertnant-ntlT between tbc shove? ,

ri rw i of the operations on the 5th; was unnltf to St. Ji.lin's Clinic) in thU city. Sparkling Gelatine, ( ;Sin r 'j place and New Orleans, touching at Apalachicola! x
nliie )however, were proceedim; t) ftorn Decembtr "WE BUY LOW AXD SELL LOWBy :-' and
| 2,1853.18 [Sentinel 2t Flavoring Extracts, Pine Apyle I'ensaeola, sailing rcsjulnrly! hereafter oo I 12th and

e ? before the Rtusians could' recover from their] '; Spam h Olive Salad Oil, rcadins! the f.llowin? General; Memoranda you will find! that our stock embrace not onV a very large i 2Tth -f caeh month fn>m (this j Port: and on 7Ui and

But other account* say tho allies were greatly From. IVew Orleans per Wni R Pettes1 E'l lis-h Mustard, Ca].i'! and elegant selection of ihCm nri.l! G.-nts Dre<* G 3 nnJ would; be compel ld to abandon the siege of t tlie! most desirable colors. hut al! o hir-e The steamer JASPER.
V. A CASKS ]Bacon; Side Claret: Sparkling Cider, a tock .f \XTATIOX and HOUSEHOLD GOODS. In Sawper. mn tfr, will! run in V
I ?
;|UWio flI mediate reinforcements., 1.U S Ca ks Shoulders, T
Havana 1!. AMHS. : at Cedar Keys and Tampa.) tukin and
freight
3 do Hams Segnr. ; psi-
Farther by the Baltic. 20) Barrels Mtes P49xk, November 11 ISM.: 45 AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. I fenpers from tie Pnrnr.en in the "Spanish Dole, (ate ?-

NEW YORK, \flT. 27.r Cure 1 *ihl" anchorage- time St. Mai kg P.nv.)
8 t Tierces Suir: IIams ,
,Vtlic HUFH "' and the Allies claim to have been 3 Prime Lard, Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, IJoth; s'eamers hftvc fine eCCflum0ifltIfli5at.d off..rd
LAtUe if the I the travllin public botl: coriTenien'c and
the ( th inst. Conr.bert the -
1 Smoked Beef. etpetliti'n.
Tor Sale by P. IS. Rrokaw.r Laces. riiildien's Si'.k.: Worsted snd Cotton Fnmitnre F .
and
Icr, says the Russian*lost t'.OC'O' men. P.nRRY & BOWLES.: Fmir.g< L'eeu. Blny ; -
eq h..t ia a sortie on the Ziti, the garrison December 2. lS.r.1. 48 [Stiitiuc! : "I JIK: SIm1s4'i'rlx) jut n-e. ived a White and ll'.aek;'! Silk Ln<>e. A- I Iliv-e. Ceiits H.IFC. elJliipcr. I.inen zitid i F"-r further particulars, and nrranceroe'rt., .* f.-r ccnvevance -

V successful They spiked SO French Iverv lar:e Ftipji'y of(\irrin e-*. l'i p- Tn-m ic.ITI, Saxony.: 3Ia1tec. Meekh-n, '' Ia: <-k nn 1 Fatwv Cr'ratt'k* Cotto'i Towelir. s Bleadi! Shirt- of vVgrois. Hordes nnd n.ch like ii qi-ire of
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them in au assault upou the town g.s.; .in'l I II.IPII I N whieli hcvlfci.r: !I Honiton, Vnleiieie!iise Fhmg. rl.i-ttl niid Tii' T ili.'$ Sik! zux.IVu.- irij* and d. tin-rs., Lirx-n ijh<-, titc, \ DANIEL_ LADD.Air nt.

imeue 1aughter. Per P.arqnc Llewelin, on the jnn-t rennible ttrii.F. end' French Laee : I.irt. I ;ti.ts Lricrand; Silk' Picket Pillow! Ca-i- Linen. B! :iehe-l Jenn*, i Xe-v Por Nov. 4, 1S51. 41
I Ihlroi41erk' '
'he Viciina Pt any that on the Cth of November T 1 A l-OXKS: Tobacco. f-r sale low. Nt.veiiht r I", i3l. &c. llati'lketthiof-N'M-nN! Wm.I.Stikand Apron Checks White nr>d Bp.wn; I IHoILind

flit'Tf garri-'O cotIitinL! i of C5.000 aaikdi.VV -t-U BIBRY; : : AKQWLES.. MuIl.JjeoneC.uiliiIcj.n: : : iDiuiity 'Cotton, 1'n k r-hirt. OiawtrrAc., I !*, I) fln.-stm'! Ginghams; Coti i HEIR & HUST

.itJ with grc.it fury. The battle had not j December) ,1SI1. 4S [Sentinel. For Sale. JJand-.l'il aaflhiC' ton I'1.izrm-l. .Jrean-I '-< Bi tog tlicr '
: catnj ; ; ;, Iiieiiiv.-riti; 1 1Flounntc with kr -tcek [ Cone and look (t: our S.'ock l>rfrre -
a of you purrhnsc
-tiJt3 hcti the messenger left. Though the llies i VALUAl'iLT.; : phi-italion: : of C?'> acre'm. I Plain. I Printed: Iiulir! i idered. 1. ;: We Till at !1 ti'oo4 ha j.'eaeedto

\ b4 Lht advantage it is believed that a few ruotevisl r.\\\v: FKK.VS: MW: BOOK.IIUTK (;-* '& 4V' \. I Ivinj on the Mciilia'i i ; ) Il odi., \ .!. sJ I IIi-piMitch'-d, and Lnee I'i-i'a! rsiil.-it! ) our !hr' Ft'-4-k i IhIalI't FH 'I- Ifcavy Dry ('codMibur /' clseitkcrr. We are TOT rcceir'.ng

a1i ijits will eompel them to raise: the siege. HALL :i;!&. n-ith'of! Tall i-i .-e. ThU U ( n.-.f the U-
NlIik4! 1TFys: that it will be impossible f >r the alt ;xt'-rx.l plantation: in the State, and I r.i'luet ri i fviImth ; h : Pxk Cap Sf.rf. and! >h.i i-', whtc!. we war- iny.! Brown Jem*. Itt.irnShirtit..;; / Goodi

ie 0 rals% the Fiege harassed as they are by daily A WORK which. pa\s: nn, able critic who La fen corn and cotton. It I ha, :<:. -o\tr tin- : dvan (Colls! ry, Sleevfs.; ic rant tcof! th" j n-vailir-g? inter ( ?Srnp.: P. In Tic-r.ii::, M.rlton Plaid.*., t\ ;; of xnllnllc to your- .

eti.g.v'e1er.* Courob declares that )he intends iu'a V tho proof sbi-cis! not only exceed* xx'xvtl4nct V I :xgP if h inz : lm.ctmt t tl)' I iI 1p'l 1 A hir feit-eti'-nof In-,lnsjte ', -;\ ;i< t-tt at lr' fif'x l'i!>f>>i>nn March* ?< r Stripe Green; Baiz I van's, comitfiftg inof Tart

a e w L1aVS 2 to make an assault which the RUM iau* which Fanny Fern ]h.-w heretofore written, but wlmhin cleared land in Middle l FJ. rd.i.: (liio\\n r.tin- I Harrihuuitnoik. V'-ry I ; : e ( (.If lltiuf'ilii Jtf>i'i"j'>. N. Y onI.i TwiL.-d Bur 'ii! '. CO( j.U-ces Plain! the
-t oj Malte-e.
jrc iu no tn1xton to repel. many res-pi-cta snrpOhfe* any other \voik whatever," .) wl irli will fo >n Iv in) market. Thtiu ar,- Vah* itj'tro.: H-niton V i pciir.g) drtV ('J'xtt' !! tiep') lix'-"'. : i'i-l I'.ai-l Lin..-y*.. ..5 Pieces fled.: founding cr'.iclrs -
ard I 1.aeA C"llT
(
will I L' published n SATU'lvDAY) December I 11. numerou, never failin pri-i_''< of t !i S 1.11T9 ttr.t ..jn S.'ttl.: F-r-ijli-h.reenK'9 5I-.te1i' In-h< and r.nd I me i>iid.! of Satin, ('!-.m!,_ Sic.I; [,. \V.i! !.% (-.rrcii nnd C Grr.v Flant-el*. -rh : .

9 Trice ?1.25. the !; ptl<-. 2-2.: j.ar; r.,at, FIo-l. ftf.n ,.,,.i J.'c ': b'OODS) DRY
Ifli'l
Frt iirh Cuihir. .
Santa Rosa Special Election.MILTON MASON BROTHERS. :New Y.-i1.:. 4l't.* i 'jx 'I'11- ". .. .i y-m' T felev. from -fl to >.r'(>. irro li'anket!* ; -<)') T i fj iffntnekj GOODS ;
r" :'
Nov. 21st, 1831.ZTcsrrs. V 1)reem x4'r S, 1651.I 1 q r.tCoroner's tIe' i"l'-i-- .' UM.il. JSRANVH.: I.mixl' I mil! ;CheniizfttvA- an-i! I14VVV.r., I.i JJ-uriiin.f"! Trarlilabt ; C!:<-1:: J.atll.-s' Drrss) !; Goo 'i tviilVi!
Plain! ,
K'rss.
cic.
c-, :'t- I I II7ffi i iGentI.T 1 find Pl.-.in- Inumerous
I l t .
r sys to nuntion.W .
111orsVc have plnry cnouglii I Sale.OY lar-s, Sleeve' and llnbits.Le 7r:, > ;;!: l Pro-s lat"rnPlain.. Tr. i icndf. I II Nrjri iiauf; ; '

> one (tflV.V.. L. Criglr, (ilcmocr.il ,) is virtue of a ceita-i: writ: of fieri f>ia* j<- T j ji Plaid. Snijicd an 1 Watt red,1of I 4 1 t; 24prPK.-d d II. '. FAXCY GOODS.j .
A J! CLUIKE V n n isJiir::,* to tpply tii "nstl'.ei -
,' Otfccof Loo-i Circuit.. VciVh4it'! -. Eaek! ill.u-e, I -ut de Soi >. :M4:: rii Antiipf. t
Ch-ik'a and ,
t ctcd over Fisher, (Wliig,) liy a inajniiiyr.r20 i 1J sued unTil lie ? with ?ea--nibe! Cat*, *. I j KeacliM s Lrotcn Shirt-, ,
to HO vote. Tins election was for n Court Mild!. Circ-uit of FloiiJa, when in, Haley T.Bioektr. I 3IKKriI.\X7 TAILOR F.mey C'> 1-red d .. EtubroiIcr.ilL.ce'ds I i'.i\. raicin in prleefnmi !i-:; and Ve-ts canstliwt! (rotti a .LImt'I I! ing* an! Sheeting. .' .Indies Dress GcodFLmn
: Shi-til. aim!m monitor, t.e.' of the -tale of .1.' IU; ifk and \Vhite j i'.k Nttt'iluiioiis r.-nt? t-> > 7 { '-r van! ; .n > pitterr>-> I -t'> Yews: rind. PIa"
'pnator, to fill the vnc.incy occniinnccl }by> and ( ..1xx.cIl A. i* j li:. i:;: IN lz.i'v: itixi: i.ixriti; Thulf. ll; all! Woo! MO I<. I >e I.iin<- and I"Yh c"ntaiinj;; ovir Sj'J irr.es. all of i Iju ( *wfi7r in rat: of .
| Pudriek i> plaintiff Bryjm: oe- -, ia'.e 1SV1C4 y. I V
j "" mi-'r of I t-Jar'! : an i f my -
1t e rcwgnrttlon: of Josfpli, Korsytli, Lsq. I fcndint. I have h ied ij< nml wi'l' ( xi o-c for pah, ( ; T1Vfl t: l'ii u -- t tVr. Mcri'v-s ; > ttrnf AmericanDeLiiii' ? ci.rll fIoth.! Carer -. Twee.!, riafi"i! !.- of all qaiiCes4Piaid. Wnteretl and Cro.FresHh. V

Yours, iVc. A. I I lit-lore the Comt H< i>e ( VmVi_ ;.. at ti" \\ 1 ku.iit: xi ll stiil f'rJV FavIuonnMe noar.ct : ; I l'iiri'e;
\\'e learn that the o.1Ici.. 1 *."." j i tini I V C'1' .jt..l IV ( 'i" t. ). 11 Trimmed an 1 :n/ii'i.TiK-d. I in th'Wint o de I/vi'i'-s! ; also rabnzlifF.Inek iVr-i.inT\vl:; > Plc-h, Ae, Oxurcout: of Biwit i'an Calicoes". Bl.vk ..Iodo V do V .4Rron.
JJ-
i the Mi-wins ;hfciil d 1 pp-perty, t'- it : i iI PrpPoplin 1 t t! lileacliei;! ard CoI-iCr.ipe : ?,
a.-: 1. S1t,4rilr: I:. y :i'! (_ i'ttjI' I UVI < r Styhs in voj io at J.rvt-: .. kt t. Cloth. A".. I Hickory Sliirt : alo. Poplin
C.t-i: Jer is 31. Tlie vote stooJ-Criglcr 2'21 Tw hundred of l nd les. beu! and .S.tiin, I I'! reg, lie I ; xmmi I Alp'iriIN. I
I < :a'-ie : more or \ .. urcd I1 '"-. I jpilnted, I) ': .
i-ltiz : ( :i. a.-. ( 'a--i:: -l n g-, (\\.c 'emm- Fashio'iaMiilillinry Et'ibiahn't.N. a variety of Linn lP>*on Sliirt: .
1ST. Tlio result is a Democratic: 'Icr Ivinj on Forbes') Pnrcha) and known a* the Padik-k] |'I.1il i .-. -1 i.i | -irt of pie f..t.!o-\it',' aitirle t : V 'n his opjirny !.ts-. ( _> i-t !>c> Saxotiy and I Jlata; PlaiKFiench S'arid'tigand Br >n Collar., lrr.w- I lialflio-p.jriaid; Wool and Persian

I IV| 51 Track, with all tinimpi< -\ < mnti th.'r.-oi h \ifd I, I Fine I Black I ln s Fi"k CoV* <9l'...rn'.T..) of S.itn. Si'Ic.:i:: r.i.-/.i-h: : Cl in'Ilir''o'i ( !"ch.ipm.I'Jai'i ; V ( i-: FurnitnrcandaproneheckV Pol!. rncs"". V V

pin nnd is the moro grntifvin? ljc-cr :isO un- tijio'i n the pivj-'ity! <.f Ct-uuell A. I'ryan, :mind t I IKSI 1 B'.aekand C-.1M icicle! I Brrrf-ted Fnik.i iJxixn .:..] niid SwiStr.w.. I !gri-!". li>i:-V and iirit-.I: Alp-.vea.! WhiV1r ;I l >..i.uTii" .!.U'i-ian Istrij-es, I'iain. I'LIJ! : nnd Colored
U to sali-fv faiJ \\ m tof fi iifHciaa.r I : 'uMriliiijtoliiw.D. !ik'- an-1 f-ilnr'-'l Cr- ;> -. Fl'-r'-ti'v V li:1c it1i 10
c Tweed Casjiniert'S.
fjpc-cted. santa Rosa in October gar? s C.'t. lariJ. ri.iiri 1'enrl, <(!% varxirc i:, j picis Fancy ;
F HULL, Con .r. 4 Fazvv fl's. (l. 1 fr-'in' ::.TJ cent* fi, >! > and! M-jrct-.h.> >;.k-. "ai-fon, C-ti! i-CO; dc< Z t-ats.; l-' -' :tft Perv'ts |jlo Ks-. Jeans.'C-Hpe*. C"II.irs and V Hdkfo.j .
Urcwn, for Congicss, a majority cf 20. iee:4b1r 1 1. 48 jirif'- ; ; Mn.' V.'I.ite rhalii.V.'l.i'e: Potlt ,!,- I lit and Ci5.[ FaVh.ruU: ,- Silk smerJBlack and White Silk
.
I 15i'i j BkcIi'indFim'y lose
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I P ack r.'i 1 Colotc.1! CL: th Ovtreoat?, M! 'ti rn'ti -J-i. Tirv I lil-nj I; ) ii- .. '
__ 9 .' lilaek: lW-kn) : IVt.t-. .lisc4 Trinuncd I ll.it* an I I II-! -. m SI IS..I j1!:. i'3' Pec: '< ATcricm, !!n- Black:! r.n 1 1Vhiv Bni-Ji.! Now a- Black: an.! colored wt>r .tedj andGIove., V
Town Lots for Sale. -'i-h and, I Fr-'i-h, I Print*, I lilaek: : :.r.d P.i-s. Wide Awake.SIi.ircLini.: Knw i Shawl*. jBfoek!: White anti CuloredI'L4I
-1 I'ait Uiiittes.. T'iil.rir and
]Fancy andI'd Cnifner" 4 r<. (C-uu-v
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A Political Prophecy Fulfilled uid Fulfil < .re1 1 Cloths f for making M.i'trilla : NothinL.-! Stit-u Hat .
? : Spani.-h Hdkf :: Kid Gloves
Hfi in the 41 initial; plan of the City < f T.i"a- libckr.nd; : Fancy Silk \\t-ta, Fir i i- f r Miia'.l!: el.ildrui.IliMo : c-fnllpn.vsj
a ling.Ilic TOT ; ; mi!-' i. :i nice a--'TtLi'-ut, of full Ila'.j I : Navy r.tkl sz,. Lx i. Cap ; Pillow case and Linen Black Sf.k Mitts mimi La-
) *=ee, /ituatt-ii on th f'nicrf .\3mm: :ni-rii'l Clinj j Fancy: Vvv! t d. :!*. Triaaiaar; ?, trc. :LIV i rec nid rio'ir'ii", .. Good! and
:i
V fn'-.rlrij: it aa extract from a letter of Ili-n. V a do. Ci" d. C Incre. Koos: : aii' SIiocs. 1 Shci-tinc. J dss Buck. Grves.!
i is ?
J.iuk
Jon Street? and U'I! of thUuinn ] v.nv | : '. i
A ck c-f !
of !
llil ut t
19c1? :i.oimeit t l ll.nif .r.t. s-U Vr | .
1. V. ]I Jilhtt the Jtmoeratic courrntion at Peter-- n tn! < Ivt w 5th I \\ bite Iaraiit. (1! '. 1>. Pt t nnd I S'i: 'i U'blx't *. i-f the ,' 2"f: : pvrB 1 '.'t.{ >'i,. R crs; ;i if '! Pl.iii arid Plain Mu :Iin ofEil' injj* ami Ii ertir-gs;
!1 K jra'J.-! ] ! ,' .;;, Virginapubl.tIieJ; October Is, l-sr/2. Ti.epre- -III.R- Jiithrepuii isi.iy j pay a : :] >jnc -r.sn--- frtUa: : !ar: c c.la-i! ..i ."f [
1 profit V !! li! < f.irhind !.> Wii.Ur Tri'onirm:4. >:! a=i T;:lj"-ij and F.u'-v Colnre ':;-.! : s arm i M/OS. fr Ii Xi' which it contains in ; if Slim 1. ( 1Li ;. Crrvit. Bhck, iiin1'
nw f f' VTtII.VIIt I
r.re eotr-e (
ron> tz( V
Cools Shoes.
and
C"n >idr.Mi.C-hnar! : : :
:
p.-' tliere! i* ii"t a 1 't tlxA ('lv of great: < r -ns a : I jms-e-'es ; ( Jlrih-: tJalor' Ki1 ( VelVt.t.
1 Kid ant Sk! CI.A.-; mI.1 a'jn-t- !is. -
White and ('l i. '
r:. t' fu'.Vilnci.t. 'A eiin .iMatwn! < 1 f jill the i--ms': a'ivairngcF. Jr 1-i us a >p'v to Ir !;: ta"i I Iini-k) 1u.Is: ;.' red ('ir- f
; ;j ins Mock. Cotton s .d l M.! ri:''' Fnr? -hiJenn .<. ] ii-i-,< -s a'i 1 C:m.-'x.; >. A'r.n .- rr&t ENS. EV", and Youth's Rcs ett Bropanj,
*., ti mal | i 1)>. \c.Nuvxmhm owy.vrr. A-.ut. ;<:InT'irkrv, J.'I!. Anrrieai FurFirn.ittne .
.'( nfl ixoiriMvely Fe ? > party at the Xi'iih, | Di-awcis.I I r.vix. F.i: ev. Cotton, r.tjd l L'-le Thrca 1 II fH :"*iiitfin'it! i-f TiiiTtti.. Satin i a't i '. .- Irx-. ual-m 1mIr-r.1 do i : mp. Ingrain and 11irr-c: IvCuri |l 1M Kip and Calf "

M'.IV* Mta ity will l. > Iirsiity: ; to the Sdulh," is tak- : :;. Ii L 4W I ... U bite: avl ( '--I. .f.-1 I Cai'j'ok': I H.i'idfcf: r-Mrf*. allof to'; i Li'J:;; :: n-=. (C-rd! :r d Ti--!. !itK : .9h i-iTie:' ? xL Io_V -t- If t 1)r'xz.r. 12! -i Lnen: I ri< _Gents Calf Se v'd and P'S'd Boot*.

i .; p'.aee ; and jtHilition! politicians fire attempting to j: House and Lot at Auction. which nre oiu-red! 14. tli.p'jMie i ;> i < .-..!..abl'trni* :.-=. :,nbr "i.It-rv.! *ilk :r.id; worked, IIticiii: red skirt; *. (Grad r ., M srj !1''V. 4id Gij-.Oi! 1 ..th. f.-r Fl-n-r. M' -i'a Kip Ped'd B.rf>t3, tijht anil heavy.Women" .

'%rrrit; a Jisra 'alicrment of the Noith and S juth." ( iTid i 4! ?.ljtrfl ?i= g-ftd! is <.:.r ie.l s.i t"v! .1 arLet.-! P.tttr1m1( I f.i ;I/:-VJ!-ri.id.ry.r.-h| V m iki' !ltV d.... fri-li Jirni', ':: : tm i 'j'1Lh'Ii. ,',e., Mir.illn and 1 ChenilleJia'ts Kip IVg'd B<>"tees,

; / \ V'lLL I** sli :it Auction! on Md.iy tinJJ.JJ (.' ill aul: I i X'suiine. ,' c'V, ..-I. n-: '/.- : i! iir---i.! JIV: tit :- -.I f.'i.l l'.in! .!a'-a. : t, CID! Tufted nnd Ch.r.illc and Tap I. 1 ThiVkhI ,
B :' as Mr. ILlIett; pre Jicted, they will fdiL" \ l.i'r.: iYo! Fl---'r*. \Vr-a'h j .ITC. < bin-Iinir.! Wt.r-t M > > and Calf Buskins and Bootees
T tit; -.t day f-f.la-su.irv n.-xt, that d'irah'.i- X<-vn ti Vt, l I'ZUi. 11. :Z rvvMull and! lrt.t Mii-Hn-.. -try Rrttr''srp.t >rr cr ,
..: ll] re i; the extract : I Hou-c 1 and Lot on McC'ii-'l.y ct t rut, owned I by S S. ; T.i!( slvtred:; and! Jet, JK-nd I OrJi i>eiiii: B'Mvt Cord. Plain rrvl F.JJ- tt-d aICItt4b!, D-iraa-k f r Curtain*, Ladle? KM; Ties, Bukinand Gaiters V

"VThat is to flow the defeat offienrr.il Scott Knight 1:11. The I H.,u-e in'-w nude, i.tuit5: Iarge Bounty Land Warrants, I.I? ( iit.iIc -!'.. 1 B---i'i t. Ti.-V! r'a'm4I.LJ.V; L'j s and Ta-: f> r Ciritaiiia.i With a good a=?Ttni<;nt of 3Hse4 and Children's"Sims. I

(wh'c'i now proniipes to tie a route and lh xir111'; the/i t-/. ; ,d Sj rea
)
uri'jfi; of tho whig patty,) is pretty vrcll fortshalw"l I. Al'oat the an1e '.'.m* th Irl adj.iit'inr, ; TI the'V i' li) t 1 1 f th-r.t" ho 1 7'r bi-ft..v. ; !ab-!proctir-. 3; liesaid CJt-ats Hi !. -ik. V.-.l 'Ii. *. -1 liHttrdnl* I rt>aj. \/,"*t.t r-5. i r.rii-* 1 R.--al China Ware, Iron Stone
{tie -
< in the future. Mr.: Calhoun proj'h-ied that ',--t ci le. Tt-nn-s. n li.--i! ih, b.d PICO in t\\thu J _p i t-.l'li-h< thr T! e'.iii'is n If I I ae i..t h-ive ii-cei\-.1 >.-- | an 1 L'nerj (il4-s-v4. ( ;.:::iith-t SJIL l.i-.i.! red t.iii'I! tit T.iM.i'ov! -r-'. Chitit. Plain (Glass Ware, Bohemian! flats and Caps.EXT3 .

v.rhevr! party .va* I beaten at the ICorili, in the electi"ti I :.< :>:hv, ah i'r.T'-t t f--n ife. I.-T ti! ar.y 4-11ill. : let ki.os.it. ixuz ?- jit! < ; LidJes UhuL, V.'hiNarl I Ilk Iii t Chi h. S ili-.vrv: and 1xr.; ri: and French ;!o.r (Vmm< n Wi'.r. I
of 1 S 1 ?, would j in! the Abolitinit j I Huuv I hal I f in !. V J : !' ;" > o\tr ,
-
I ; -ritedi"r- \j : i.- V l < j rot'an -- t r\ and Fsi'd! Moleskin ILL".
jTi'jjbvy f.tiled, becut-e the tlnifcratif ; _/ of th :::V -2z: i--i. :-i t.-; : 47 s : Boy's !
,.' Ii a I .t! 'I. $ ; nn4IIt l.z I ..
(I. .t. ui :i- Lfl er v r Drab Beaver lute.
inl 1 1
1iten that
v rre nn party. n a -iy, never I
1 fully the -MIa?j-i tiini?>> .1 'tiin_' ihro h the! -_ .. .- -
t' ?: "
Wide a-Wake Seal and
3t erted Tiii'tn 'tr.t 1 fxVlfl tht 'i Xow-a-day
iii# < > tic! ( r ; ; ,
Tli pp>p'iecy will b.- fn'fil'.ed:! wh n the) Sit: whi : (:'it-: (i\\\\*. \\lillv\ ; Lt-at! fit i! v. j.i1i- I -- : 'i.-tj< < at \Va-.5n-; <'ti. 1 I have in my Sporting Hat* cf all qnalities.I .

cf the North r.re dofeaN-d in l ;. unless politieal al- '- lVb ( ) i-s: (;' i.- : ; : II.sV..t.i. ,n : eeur.1 li vid.i"f:. :,'; I I'i-.ii i 1 I.1AliiVnma! ? fardrare. : V.iilow Ware. X otio. &c. 2 doz. Men's Baek! and Col'il Wool Hat*.

ihal1 ecate t>j b, au < 3un< nt ia *-itj! .r of the 1 a.l/lf I jonV.x -,'- IV-! .V.puri'! c\tta 4 trCo. 1 : ] tm ('<-01 srla. 1 ,--ii.4 So-ith C. r .'i-ri and 1'. nmz'- MMnttr > U. y's, Youth' and Infants Sporting Hnt,

I %Vti 1.t irtjal pit-tie* which Illft-t i.l 1 ti\f< f ub-Jtt illVc.prpb.ix j j ,S h. nvU 1 .n'..cd t V4i.i ;!, K"Jr! of p. r-a1: c'i -u'--l in thf ll-.ii-i i \Var.If ?!.-!!. Ivory. H >ri an 1 Rubber Corals.of km-? Men's Cloth Cap .'faI! ize* and pnce*.

C fiirms, 1 1 I this C'l'J'j'iy.,,! ) Jyt! we m y j .' I.iri 4 .;l. yti hive any -x-n1'r M.-i-tt-r. I I' -.i--u 'r B .ct.tv :i. i'z" I'.jekt Knv-s: ir-iire? -i FrV', C.itClh!! an-! kit I5ru-hes Klr.-tic: Dre* Sl.ieh1. Plain B'j's, Youth's and rufa'ts. andCrockery.Glass

,-1 her\ jo'iJ: lor ii if nil thfm* into j.i JC/-i 7.1-jf: P.ii'it. I.'ijj 1 1 ClJM.ul iu. Xo ch.m'e if I oh*: :!t n x money. ,._ ? J I.1 f ai l-i 14, 4trir', rt: : : ,! lit'tm'. 1'. iVt t'1IaI4. 1tirut-r (.I& V

;I '-..f'4firt'u frtji>tti't>'irfi/ 1 ." .- ,- Fin- ;.r i f 1V '1.' -= nn 1 : bb>.) t ('. JI. BLOOD.( ..-. .. ,'. :. !: limit Vani-h, Rru-he SiIVe (' .1o"ne aau S'tcnc Ware
'// ? 'I I* / fHiftt in tl'.Sox !,, Tl.: '\ til I Iv. l'tujjcrV l\ \ te : .r: V I'r:. 4 :. i.i tI fl ;- : 'ii.-tt1.h 1rixx's :) I i'n' If .i., (.rn-.hV4.. I 1r': Kx1S i Ca nVI S r'.t- 9 l.tra' '. .I-ahirV. () l an-I ..xp. Ii.s.'i.t ., VI

,, V for xx not ih. rn eo-.f h-ra'-y. wl !. \va- .'z1 j.i.it' Tirvri-iiR-1: :: ',art !,,; :td a's. tnil.J 4 .\. Ji-Juz d n nr. ixi tif1 U. call :ihx-'ut thav1L I.ei's, ;. 1 l .I.-zCra, llroa.I ci:1ic: ant l. .., lfl5, Sia I Sp.0n ant 1. 'VERY -* rtlcle ur.tally! tpt In thi lnc.Saddlery. I

'. iv liit-tapi.-.l t ; ii: .%.:r h: try.. whn 'hrf..- ;. i- ? 11. AMES.Jiivl 1x..V: ot" '.>V.T Mr-. lV-1-; ': t'"!..::.!: iVft re.) Cioi: ; A-s, Srin. 1.1aI.t.2.; ?, V.sirir4. Tt 'rtys. F 'rkCa't .& .- It'at F-oneh OufF'iIi --d -

V /*t'- \ rh. fi:* !in th.-y Vnul ] t.> i n.'. (>\ I NscrT4'r I HI fiL.l8V--4'! .-. Fhi.X.i.n.Ui stnn St'.rc L'k Tic.: .', : : ?. 11 1'fT n'm I ; !! '. Palt-at LA-r! 1c11'. C. .rI ar.l Jct Nier .*

V n i U'ti-tu I'e'i ri.iiu'd I loro. !u over N 11. l-crt.; 4-; rnrtJlII ,, 1- z. i.. Srw ini,' Birds Cke and! S'gnr
':/; ..'r< cii: ICi"v Y'ik That: ( ', x-ir4'v wn? .!. t Uccclicd. js'T.StPervert': .' -,_ : '9-. ? hiJ \% ::1II I Ii- J.(, V I;. t't- 1.l.: .: .tVi, CiIthIrS Hamper*, Pulnted and rADPL' S. Bridle*. 3fai tlcrales, GIriOSnreiiijIc

'. t 'v th' iti oi of the dnv">iav N rl. aiHv .t T1 r) "I .I. .% t'v''r t 1.' e st. 14 ) ( ] I .il, I t ye m I Ii i '' l 'i ( t r I' n!' he n'id Ti 1 :'.*. WI! Bu'-kft. Gante *. Spur. Co'Iarj.! lames. I Carpet.flmg.

,'h., *Jt di J not ti. >'i avo-y db lifl:1u.: : \\i\\ t nv, n I i f > U ?16 v-iX .si(:.X"' 5 I I :: A*:i.i.r v x.-rx-r. l'\i'is w-.il-; ] rx cpI-e;fxlV Iat m.t SI li-lull'. hovt.hi at..! 'a '.c l'l- I ) .Us, 1.ivs [',. i.iC Mat(11 Safel.V5 .' *. Vai-! BrMSc! Bitt. Stirrup IT-JES and Lcuth-

']4 i i tJif n.--'i"r.: : JC.nvtnti.-fu l-i that < u'--i' 1 I JLnIl- .1 :i Ii-xt,.. n %' tn I th<> -ti/-n- ,f the Ti.it.-d States Mi'ltl. f r .;% S.o-T Crl ('-tnxi an-I .'; ? ,td1 tOiil. Uni1.rd1a do.. l'rueirmz.r Krmivei. 1othinI ems, also S'.rintj Leather Calf Slii itc, &-.
"' :. i. "i-t the eii? il 1 of rcj.re-5.--r.tativ- i :_!/- t<> '' V T&z) C.tut. Swiii ClmLit Clmitdrens sb.. Stare!, 1'lV115 -
Vt Si'.ir Cur4 (Vri'L- tliat f r the j piijw'-t. fi'iljivutiiit. -t.!t.f > ] Oil-A ,-I.x..t foni I I) t.. 0-_ ., ), I .ir-e r .-, :
&- h, d, 1 't jPV V j tiiz 11f7 flZ4R! ta' q .&,JV 94 Vr the iie: arti t.n! ti _'hout. the iil i'h tl Rra4hui Z, ltull'er Stai St.'el Ptn U'-t V Eonncls. .
: I.4i LtvJ r V n.ntty. : v a
'.< ? V ?4,17 1.7 j; .n the Umtid / ; were view ofinb'.ii: f-iatil t" l 0'of! 1 1a S-c! uil' C'V4Ifl CLr'l3 ; also, !are I ,t t ( bet ( ; CIJ' Toy CupV..rc flfl S.k'xcer. Leztrr and 1'vol- I
vvriy ccoi. sc- V 4 X Assortment Biinr.tte, WrratLs and In- ;
Lij lrrn f!, F tit* v1 9; tipjra"y fVrriS c'nT'4x 10 r"ti n t< *. jri5!. r\ f otnniiL..0.. )bv' CIt :\1 II-oa- \ iC. -p PUJHT, Tr.ivdli'i.; Bi1, L""i"i S jneezers. 2 X side flower*, Ac., Ac.Groceries. '
fra N'rth.rxi cr.f1& '-
ri.ri :
rv ii ,. : aJ.ilii 1 IIh 1. a > S-jar, Tin: FIUST .11'lSTorTlII.r; .,.. 4

it btc. phkiins qf iLat CJ 999 xr 1 '' I'l1!. .- Tliey hid' *. rn.d.: ii ,'t-
10l1..sc8. i .-t tilnii'i. lv t-is e

s 4'i fo a4.mpt 9f tu-> t..ia.i t carry; .o-it, us between S'at OB, vhat. rt.ii: jy iiii; ; L 1)WLl.S. I ] ..% !,*-:) to a latL'f iiti-i.l. r ft s iti-' j.fi.l :. CUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT ETO nnd Lngnira Coffee, Old Government Java, V
"' oa'- :is hive & unwwlv .
anti
Nni ,< ,'l. ] !-rJ.:; -11 j I b'lt -. Brown nnd Crushed Su ar. Imperial
v.-/ d. Jn F i.i-pitt.; Mii'-ti: i.r; e :;'rTH !i a : f.-r woikJ > I.
: al.tiiV r
i < r-t of 1)t) Noil !. ail I S.4 !
) itU.
'." .*vTvill: UiUs-ii tht'ctlmal : .'; of thy J of ait, < > j-re-t t 1.- 1I." pi.< !L.,-' i ? .i1L! ;r <:uraur.y 1 rI: t we-'.! :zim'.ic.l -' .irwri4 i .111 I rr.iti4io.ti.E'm, will b, s nlJ! a* low a; the Market Green Powder Tea. OV>s-hen Butter packed fh salt.-

Xi: > 'u. will b? ort v 4t t,- even by the po'it LV n mm.P 'if tini;i Valuable Laid far Sale. j j v.hn :;,'. '1,1>< 'It) i.f wlijcl* ate S4..d, I vi'J f .r CAII. '.% e k p :L'' Vt V4 91 limi I a 'i7"'V ('t N'rtx-r! :ri I We-t.Tt Fi-vtr. lVe"'a SiIet. S.nl.1 Cruckfrs nnd! Pepper acce. Old WincLestcrWhNkey V
I I:1fl.im1 S'iix'.It-r. f.tr 1. ir .',i I I I i"1 Iii.' vuL .1 VI C. .;f.-'. ( V j f Vf, ti.irj.d. i\wdcre I lh..o. 114se-anl hTnlImndGinMadeirnI'urt, V
rh. vi iiout Li! (- ni-j of the Sui ; au-J witli that: f.i b. Vl 1 .::."' Rcn.f Ian 1, h inS.. itli j; zwHITS, \ ; (i.'f!' 1 lilt : ( Tii\ JTST cr! rjy.r c ant \Vine. Onions, Bice. Tobacco nnd Soap,
TOITF.ll :;? lrsrvui -:1irs: ; Ru-'c a' I t r-e' l' ti. :jV.4 f uum I-. S.Llm..p Spcrn. Star. AJant'mtinem'I Sherry
;.i ,UK leTi. eraic:; ]491V: as the crn'i hu'ionul, jmty'iii .>n the < *!hijm'M I Kiver, on l tMilx t- j JI::. -h p'Khr: .H rof j in* .:> l.r; -tx.-, \ :-i th'ivfore, VI ; V : V S'nreh,, Candy Candles and Si4( t. Snuff in bottle* ixud .
I \ ( t I 1,1 5 9 4 Ii LI n ( I t m I I I r I \ i f thi i Cro i ( rr
: I. m, will he invincible! nut only in it jHcse: 4.f the r'-n'l 1 i.aiin l"M< nit'I I'.x i'V! :llsetiaet e"TH r. e. ire.-.< t oiy! .vi icnxi i ii< !.!\ w..ith tl!;.' IIK- V Id.vlders.! Powder ii half and whole Kegs.
ti--: ", \, ,m-e. l.1dela' eI C I.r., I'i' ,!iii. C.mf.t! 'v-r. lixo.I I'kCl.o Chiw. ; quarter ,
In, 'v1 .o* f?: ,i vs.,1 fl .,, ) (.! ijt niie) s thr<-<- iiii-! > ft.iin T I >wn ::xxl] t tiibrn<-<-< 1JV44't ti.-v. ?h' :>!l.' a t'-k- whi-li! ( :/:' !l's j.itn t-x.nv tf the Cidvr end Wl.ite wi-.a Vin. White ? Peach
I'ikli I ( Iv-.r4. : : '. 1'i'L-! I, .T.t F"-.tti.l .I iV7: 1.-ef. lv i'a'hiarm'! Cit rri. \Ic, l'urter. srar &iuiu.
y.U ai it suc'j a eonte-t will be fnnd tJie wh'.ew tlire huivlrei! ncr -n T lximnxjx-..-l; and .it.-l .>ft' K4 Gifts; \\hi-i thi v :.. di-tiibi.ti i1. : and! Ilrandv. American BrsnJy, and Old IfccI -
1 1t'str.l. :ii..i't ,1 1. \til. \-l-4: I'.viL-ri, Crtt'rrrie: I )ri.1 Cerr.i'it1) k I Ajpts azilI Apple
,
of |Utin: wh 's (th'j commercial: inanuf.ieluiipg. 1 suitable f.-r th; )(!.j<'ti--ii <.f Tuh.iTo. <> rn siti-1 i C..t I I
j.r. I FOR nVE DOLLARS -'It
'ta4a1 I iTU'iie*. rn i, i re- TVI--I *i'i.i'v* mj i ;ia.ii.; .-. (/uii.ti.i., A j r>;'n.i.'.'I >< UIIK- .- .in.i. i'rene'. i 'i' Fruit-'. Pa- tar AVLbkey. V
'4thttIlion., b"JrieV: whii e ,) on the tide < f the rartx' ton, ab 'it; twi-iy: fi\f jirc rhv.in-1. Th'-re are live A !hi-h'v: ?u-l.-.i IJc-ra:! .! tuitittidv PAIVTTPin rim, Olive-. C ->:i, Bnn \, C't-o.l'! i' '. < J- -.!tic-n: I B itr-r. ;II r Ii-'i I D lirv tms-c, \ VhNC.'iri: !' !SareixVhxit -:
i crop* of tutjifiitiue b"Xe in rtjltivatii'ti: \iitl.in >in : vern < 11 1.. amal I'lVII I : ( ; irriICKF.T.S J ]mI\\ .
\
\ : ni.t.or I -:em4.: Apj..J i'i> r.i-. Fin- Proof I p.Pim; i u-i i X 1 White 1,4-a'i. FiuUhie Putty. Bi.ilel I Lxnseed 01, ;I notliinjr. .
,*e lnmico! of <-io lu'.le '.f a ui-till< iv on the Chi Five 1 > >!h'rcsrtIx of Spn !h i i lL'j: i.i\.i; : eat, I... tc- l;- j -i'iJ < >il. L-ird Oil.! M.iclsinc ( I.!. ( V.nijtlvne. Ponder! an 1 Sm.! -?, S-.!..<'.-, Smrf.tlaVi, am'ki? Toi'aec', black nnd colored Cloth Pr ck nn.l Prcsq-

l Dr. Jl'Lanc's Vcrmifige.r : j' I jc.ia )JIiv r, if a Mnnii tlaeir.na. i'abk' bbige: :.t :iin! 'i.-t I 1 I.t! .l! frou !tlie (-at.ii.gL -, j.nJ t-< :t.t l b\ i.-un t.tai! or Snutr S.ir- ipiriila, Ha*; b"rry aaVI 1 Le.':. >yrup, 1'u.f Apj-le ChI .'.M..c-c.ir., '..c.A G.F.XTo. Gent: nu-n'* colored Tweed Frock. Sack
f.nv soacuxi ; |liiipn J.A .
: ;: n practice of more than twcntv T 4 / \ ''and half Frock (Coats. Overcoats of nil kinJ.*. with nniortnient :
o yeirp. T'ne irt of g's'xl .lt.lh' _
imjirovt'iiKijt" c: i a "u log
7) UT ; r: ane La-1 uttetidcd innunu-ritble palMi'ta'ainie ortpy; n sp* %jcni ?' of Vests, Pants, Shirts, Drawers, Collars, 1
: with f ous, with a bnek i H.itiiticy, wit'ti.i'.tbh' 'it l I.ox.-,', i <- ntie i ( tl, In] ;rain ;s-., e n I b< -. fi r.t the oliict i-f 1(1I Vr: fIpcriV; r (. ? V' Ihmi4 Tt&VL ? J o-r vr'uu. ". !
ererv form of dicap Ac. lc.
and induc-
worm was n cooper's IIx4VI and a Juver fulin-j well >f exc- Ihiitiraler. ,
CJ fo "Pl'ly' all p this pp'r.Fr: \.v"rmi4-r -1. : 4 & IIOD'KtSS' ; SCOTL
the
energies of hi* min 1 to the dicovI7 I :
Ma 'ern4xfue ow 11 an (.Tt ,: !?! .-; ; : w.itl. -- --- -- -- -.- =r -- i
or worm detlrovtr r, ceilain in itc I will also fell: mv inrn-! i-j the Int.'l, !i.-tir that -- Hardware.VEKYTIIIXG .
ry MW. and a (l Ift T -kit.ii'l .( VI frA
'; the % -
.-i'eafic' result of his labor* i IQ the A ni ri.ari441fl nndV re-hf'U-e nt .'iriitti P.ii(!;< ]Vr"Us il".rto : k i. Cabinet Furniture. r rs9 Copartnership Notice. j 1' usually kept in tlis line. iiII
F now Ufe the public which is .
b.f. pcifectlv ;purehafe can; have a banrain and nrf- ri-fein-d fur 4 _
i
V inJ l rnay Uieu alike to children of the mod $ : : : r IIi 1: JKiilt-r-iii'irtl Iia\Inj: ln-nc'it out the staa.1 l f.-r- ,
full particular* t'i M *r < }<-'rse W. Tillin,, ha-t, Maliauti j 'lIf Cifl1fltt liI-t: l-t -
? t wz4p.
V Jeiijcripe, .r tu the adult it IVt itir t 't o'as if h J.i. \'.' at Centreviilc I I
aged ; ep mildlv and mtily oee-.pie-l by lIti' ;
jjur aud James kes
*t :!, 1)i near the pn.'ini* 5. ; jjieat: tialm'jal: nnit.ikiii! will !I'*. ti.t.. ri UNt._ PoubV Barrel Gun .
fever: aa-l dtrt'vs woircs with invariable; ily promo-: Flori I-i. w i"! connti'ic: tj-.t!; l'i: in .. nndir) the niu.iirai EV1 CO: varying from
"'J'cess. It is <-acy of administration, and an it does ,! ] !.,'iilYAN.: i ii i ii t d by I the iuryait.l: t-t.tcij.ii-- of ir.t. lli'n.t an 1 lI ] j I: -jil? uI'r larx'.IV tu,:?V ::?1I fl.c.t i-tvle! i f !! r-i I A C.irnli-s 1 wl'ere they are now off. : > \ ? ?2;> to frf>\ ALSO a general asortnscnt o

not contain mercury in anv form whatever, no iutrict i' November 1 P. 151. 4w 40 j* 1V4t Viz jz.r A?_*"i.ts.. |In\e ic-t>;ttd to treat uith: >"<-hon am I III 4 fl !. a .r'.hI :(sI 11. f .Iiji: th- |-r. --tit .st'-cl: :.? :i reilueed I jirkv. V"c s.licit ..- i P.lack'imth: Tools.Oct.lH.r V

>ii. ro the ino-t llU-rd: tcz I. s. r.t--f CAIJIX l.Ti ltxlTu1l: :. 21, ISoI.; 42Kev
necc-arywjth; regard to drinking cld wa- j n.I puc !: the 1itrietge: .if the f.iir.ercti-t<>t.er.nd t-tiArs. ,
', t"r" tcipableof doing tlic leant injury to the i Master in Chancery's Sale. "lxv I I. II i-lix,,. tAb Li !. tmi :x xi .\ Tnt. I,v ''ph i of the f.io-: irArtie, !"-: A. R. CO.MB.S. j II _____ -- -V-----

'" |.ormi infant. An incredible number of"voi m* V "T->Y virtue ofa h-eree in Chatiwry, rf n'hr 'd on the iur: l |.. t j tx.1.) ''I.,. d--ltr.! \\ill MI-.JX- ln't 1 t LIUf nlFssNt: ; R-'c' ?- '. : :V F. P.YRl). / Goods. V

< '' 1 ) 15th day >f November, A. I I"l) .r l, in Jeffrtu mail: a one dull! ir cn:rivln a ( iift Ti.-ke'"a 1\\ViM-it.. with MarbhSlab*.
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:t &::1VkJ br thin great crvnifte.t. : | I jrofjc {in CiT.trcvileOeti.b r2r., I S3 1. ;Rm. 43 ".2 T HAVE j-ist r.-ct'ived my Fall an i-ale at all iho! 1)rug .Stortf in Tallahat-K-c, and I J Cneuit Couit.v.ln-rein A a MHV, n'lniiniatnitornf: Rich- I u. a 'a'jil" '..<', and I ail I I I other fiwe -a rt ix.f.tin nit i. n.J'l i PLAIN BFIli: : XL'S. Maho anv. V.-il-i'it n 1 lliy. I supply of CJvth! : Ciissirncres. Vcstiiu:*. ttc., :'

r '?'e Atr et4ev in every Town in UK .South.) I ard I It. Coh-, dr'eca'-f'il, and ttix of the estiitc 'f Carf- ( )! the tjli.d C .;iip! -tioii f (IK t: ',ft tl 1V( ( ;iiflp: wilbe | SIDE-P.O\I-: : ih.>.MTiy, "Walriti*. and Biy.i; ; I I.fI-vt-rv color i-tvle. and qtt..Iity. which I nnirrvl'art4't(4

47 2wA < line Cole dtCtHI. and Marirnict il. May hi* wif,', I plnecd in the h.md-t ofa cointnitt.-- f tl j.nieh.-d with an 1 without M"ib! 1 'S..ib*. V Tar Tar make up in the mist f.i-hionable! stj Ic, on 13

mid sail May ii; rilxt of hiiM, \ jft.md 11' l4r n -Mfrifud f-i-I.-. t. 1 1-c di-1lbllt| , R.cVo''l, M I ih'.Siny aid "?7' ciai.v: 'jcantlry of Tar. made by the Patent shirt! notice and reasonable! terms.

noijiphiinatit.s r'. Al\in :Mav and Caroline 1.i5 throughout the United t-'ttts: :m 1 ih.. Canada*. P.-IV, v. ith Mnbc! SibJMXIXOTABLES.! ) e. Powir. 'his T.ir livinjf eu'irely! free from any V -.trso-

Jackson Lodge No. 1. i wife, and! the infunt lu-iiss, of jlicln.p.1] 15. (Cole, and ot.li i iI i..s ol anc-. ) :: Miho(,.any. 'ali.-it nnd Pcy. '. jnt. t'.t.st, etc., i l4 the cry lst in nsvfir vxss-L rhjyiMir. A T.Ain: AMKLI.. SKLKCTKD RTogic OF..

35" A Jfe u'.ar Meeting of Jack;. n Lode;*, I t-rf, vfeii-.iJth.! I will I tel I at jiublie j .xtey bef-rc I the V I 100 maibbtit: ofVasJ iu i.-n. .-.t '. I li-o i x f I IO/MMI I II WORK) TARLiMahosjanyl: Walnut and! Bav. V' : Jlt-NAUGHT tt oi.M..iN1): I

.l MJ ll'*" cv"il'S.. at Musonie Hall, ofnuuiWr Court HOUI"' lMir in, th<; Town <.f Moiitieedo 'u Clay,.. ... .. ] no'( lu.fiodJ ( ( I :..1.th.V'InQteurt.tte Stand*. Dre--t'i Stan !.- Toilet N-w Port, OctoWr 28, 151. 4:; READY-MADE CLOTHING, : V

V \ wlik-u will take duo tmtiee Jiretlin ; dav the It-t d.iyf January, A. I 1). 1 55, within! hgalhnirs. J < M( AVcbstt-r. . . Inn i ]lo.ofKiIi'ii I Stand. "LookiM-r! .laa'cs", S.fa T.t-a tee Fm.t Consi-fln-r; f every garment snitnUc for winter wcnr, ,

n K< !I Bunding. i ititx tIH. city, ate 'rdiallv the f. llouin (!eFii"ed land*, .iti.a'.e, \h i i.x ig and I x '1 i Calhoiai I : . . ] m ii| ] o'Elc )xmji) I II Stool. Mali'iiranv I ll.: )ckin:: Chairs. VTalnat and Maple Marine Bank. t i i iAVINfJ such as CliKiks. Tiihiva?, C >at?. Vests, Pant-ie, Ac,

"SSff1. '' TAYU -' '" ld d..; M.dul I 1I which w ill be dwpo-d <>f at low prices. V ,

4I. j The Southern part of th \VcM hf .-f the Xoithwest j ( Jiil I 1.ii-s. fi/e :;\4 1t.... ... K'Q .r,)<"'0 anY \VarIrt'le. (.'Irrv and Pi'plar. d I'. ; K.. .J \\ mxlVa.li -I [ rfsumed the A coney of the above Bink, A!.
V (inait rof f(ti) 11 Tmumhip 1 South of l..viire 4.H H'O I ( Kh-gant; (OilPaii.tiii''si'x" f-x cticli, .Vj x .V ..iO.rMi.Steel \ Stitii.H] with Ma'ibht Sla!>s. .i1al.Igtny: d->, \Vi1hUt I am, prepared for the transaction of bu-incs j Undershirts. Cravat?. Stock.*, Hosn-ry. tc_ Ac 4 '

fj. 0: Anniv.rsary ef, J4i99 l:, tiit
JMV.goo.( S will lie held iu th} ,; ,,!?,. ., l> asxg flaItli ; An u-tine I ]J.Jiad and! iMiiindc-d by land, in Oil, rich gi'.i: iinirif, 21sV4ii."hrn Walnut an-1 I Buy II.! >. ; Mahogany: '.iighI p--t Bed.-.trads_ J. PF.RKINS, AircnL own interests by ?vtr me a call. rj all the above

the I !'Jx ""tant.au.1 an ( tfltj4I1 4.? tli0? : "f in. Gorni.in; Ciraiithatn; and the <- -tate of R. I IB. i i'.ch .. . . . . . 10 t r.,000( 3tahi 'gany FIVImelm d'., \a1iut Cvttatc d. ., lla ('her.rY. October 2S. 1S54. fit Sent, copy 43: artichs have been selected..with! great care, imd. \ritb

j oee.rx will be delivered by Brother WILK. CALInt C..liaim, r pared of land Is im.? I 10( ,
the Presbyterian Church. 9 "it! the Au tiHtJi,,. I iad.. oontainin f tir and a"half.ilith in Oil, <-f the \\'a iiii? t tn Mi :itimi Clai, Cam'e xmii.i Ru.lm ('.tti.: do., ()tlee du., Master Chancery's Sale. JOHN PRATOR1US.Oct.ber .

a Memberf the order iu 4J elaiiJinj vi.-iting (hoci ) kiidwn us th I Hiirvey I land 1'and a'-"iic: other nt. VCx'Jii; ( Ioli..I| -111,000 ('aTm' I)mn di ChihIIel, I I C'n mm-ti' m i ('. no a m i.I IWisi.t 21, 1351. 42

!r. ire invited to attend.By Intel. or psreel) <,[ \hill\ |1'. ,111Z ?? tl),. | oaj ].ain; 1immx, iST.'iiiO: S'<-< 1 I Plate lln, rain -. fionihlfcreiit | Seat do.; JluLo aiiy YtnecriKjj, Hair Cloth; T ) Yirtui* ofa decree in Chancery,rendered! on theO --VV-

) order JAS. LOCKEIIMAN, SccV. tl,, eftsleof U. It 5. 0U."to Mon i--ll.i of fuur -lj'hth I plates now in 1 po-ic.--. .i..n < f and \Virc Cloth. j ISth day of Oetoh-r. A. D. j'SM.ii WakuILi New Fall and Winter Goods.

JJeeember 2,1651. 4S j jBlaek <-'xmtxxmnixig in all ne thuusand 1 an fJfty UCIIH tijul e and owned I by the Arli-'t*' Union, of All of which will be Poldlow fur C.i-h.! Furnittireir Circuit Court, wln-rt-in Eveline B. M. McGchcc! i is j

t -- I!V or Iff f. the mail.et value of from f.O eriit t'l ', p.tir.-d at churL notice. GF.O. I\ MoN.Oct'.1'ir1. t'oniiinait! : and Btnj. Bvrd, Adni'r. .l'.. of the etatcof

7>' !"* iIRfIIhVVr. :-Oze half in one year, and] She > eiieh,. . . . . . 4 1 ij() lV31. 11 w 42 .I.slitia! Byrd, deceat-l, and oth r* Defendants FA \VII) C. WILSON .
Seed Oats &c. M'ra R. Petles ..the r half in two yean from the d.iteoHhf .ale, with 1 first cla*< Dwelling in 'Jliiitj (iivtvtiC4t. I I will trll at public outcry bi'fore tl-.e Court Hoire
i per iat.-ret i fiom date at the rato ,,f Yoik Town Property for Sale.fl'MIK door in the C.ty of Tallahassee, on Monday the 4thI.1 S tui-r receiving from the bliss Remington. Waciss.i -
Now
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Ct.Ilt. to ? 12,000
USHELS Scc-d Oats for hale bv pvr of I l-c,-ml'r within le an cured al
oo by tl t day nert. hours tlic I followinif ]
moitgHge -
n -nii ,
jr< .B. "'i bnildinfj loM in One lluiuiifd :i'm.I! 1 J SubbCiibcr orfcrs: f>'r sal" his property in thej
BERRY A ROWLES. Winter Goo ls-all of which! were ?ei''cted himself
I : de-eribed! hinds, t-ituate. Ivin, and Wmjj in the ,| by
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JAMKSR.TrCK'ER.P'cial hun-lred and Firbt Stri.-t. N of Tal.ihast-c.! c.in.-iitnj of
One wYoik (citv : } lot.improved
ruhcr g. 1654. 48 [Sentinel in New York, nnd! purchased on th most favi nible
of it >
County Leon. tw The W J of the N II J of
_. maMer inCha.eery. tity, cadi 2xIuu feet deep. nnd'! n-iimproved. Four Lots in NinhI lition, f.i.-iii ,
BfGCIKS and IARRUGKS 1 itenilxer 25, 1 ." !. c\v 47 ... ... . . . . . ttQt) the Female elk11V.? with $5 fet front t<> eae-i: lot. eeetion! 21 T 1. R 2. S. nfh nn-l Eti t, (Pu arest.e |' terms many of them at {educed pnce, wtich will en-
lOU Villa Sites cot.tainin! ? meh I lt I .0f I and ni' nin;; badv: :TiJO; feet numbered 277. 27"! $, 27') N } of the S K 4 of ofctiori SI. Tovrti hip and! Ban; able hire to supply I hi-i customcra and! nil who may.'f.not.r .
HARNESS TO MATCH. 3D. II. AixI as above, (SO acres ;) the S W 4 of the S K.J of tCtitn him -srith a call! either for cn hof approvedertvlit
; I Hjuarc% f.'..t, in the t-nbuibsol >'ewj 2!"I.*> Oi tlie last oi! <' i I. a 'ibtiiri.l dwelling li m.e,
receircd and I I tt I, Township and Rane above ((4 it ) at prices certainly us low, if not lower than any
; as acres-
Jijs.1 constantly coming a fine as- TALLAIIASEE. FLUKIDA I j York city, and commanding n iraz- with well of wat.T. etc. Alo 2 XH! building lots at.
of S& Jl**. Bridles and Martina-alei.. of all I nitifent\itw of the I lluds-on River the D.-jH.t X<'S. 83 an 1 "(r i. South half Coi-.nty: (J-i-r-j the W J 4-f the N \\" J of s>.ii 22. T I. R 2.! South h'u.e in this citv." They" in part consist of

V kinds; Trui.k.of ycry dcbcrirtion| ; Carnago Trim- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in and IIII I.-land Sound 500 LO.dCO( tcr Iwtli nearly enclosed and in toil order. This and Ev-.t (="0 acres ;) tie! II $ of the N E 4 of peetion Fancy & fnpl -Dry Go. hi.5tationer.y.Bools ; ; V

Azles an4 5PrinS Hublw, Carriage Bows, DRUGS AND MEDICINES. j 'M perpetual loans of ca.-h'witlmut intei pn>peity' is olfercil nt piivate fale. b-it if not sold ly t 21. T*>w-ii iup: inic. Ranijf tw Soutb and Ea t. (SO and Shoe, [)ruuafl1 Permmerv

I 1.1141 1ts Linixx(rota I to imixb*. ng; Strng Loather, Calf I a. e e ei t or security, ?25U cadi. !;,coo} the tirrf Monday in DiccmbiT, it will be offered at acna %0) the 5 E | of the S E J of section 21! I, Township -( Hardware. Saddh-r'y! s '

1be ; Skins, Riffd Ik4lX5, with a few more of T UST reed veIl, per B.u que A sa I-ish," a frelx sue ]> All perpetual: !lan of ca-i! without iiitciet I public aucti- tII that day to the highest bidder -j one.Ranp* t "-0. South and East. (Vu JO ncres ;) and I Hollow Ware. Groceries. V

All .Vhxp hft yet. ) ply of Drng: and Medicines, I Pauts Oils) \ ariaihiCs ; or iteetritv, of ;1 (doadi 5,000 Terms one third or one fourth ea h, the balance secured'bv the W of the S W 4 of section 22. Tovvnship one, Crockery and Gta Ware. Iron and Steel. "
of the ubovc fir sale cheap and CJlaM .Vare-L 'ineral South of Ranj e two, Fat (SO acres.) f Hat and. Itsgginr mind RIpe, V
unit. a the tirnr v.ill Pulty aeR g. .
V i I). E. I I LI LL 1 Colors, Brnhcs, and other Painter*' matciial or Fceunty. of *.Vach... fi.OOO OIK-, two nnd three years, nut bearing li 'ht pel- Tina* a.jJ.'iirO'e half .4 tho pirciase mnncy BonneU and Trimmings, Paints, Oils, &e., &e.t .

V'I __32eenT9beT-. l51.; -- .. | Alio'in Scaps Fine To..th) and Huir Unichc, Lu-i! 2.:
V Admistrator's- Sale Iiii's Kjtirat: and ft vari ty <>{ Fancy Ailiclvx. j or etrity, of : ) <-nhw 5,000 ut Newport, or to ilr. John II. llhodes. tine year ufer date, *f cured hv rnortCTj'c t
J'hititerM fid Physician, will always find at thi< 2i Ii i n) j perpetual I.iw of v.odi without NAT. WhiT V H. AIlCHEIljR. ,

0N Monday alwtirnx., tLc firfl day ofJauunry, 'flj chtabli-hrtent a full supply of every thing needed, and J Jon inten st or n-eutity, of ?.1 (caeh 1 0,000Kefi'icncc Xo\einicr! 11, 1851.: 4w 45 ;pet ut1 Master in Cliarreerv.Novemler4. ATTOENKVS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. .,
1S5 I. 5t
* ) the tiiOFt liberal terms. inuptrd 1a_ tie leal <*tite! F. J. Vi is.eli 41
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S Likely Negmo Man, field] ] lIaid, zigi ztint 40 I Order from the Country promptly filbr and rat- < r A- 1'.).. Heal rtale brokers, New Yoik. Orders For Kent, I 1A.. LONG it J. B. GALBRAITH hare awn
Hope anu llagghig. j ciati-d themselves Jn the practice of Law.Th'y .
Lkx 1fat ion guarruxt&f.l, with regard l U'tli to prieg and (\\K-tl i r.i'J) with m nev < ft i< !,>* < d 1, i to n-.liffHid? the f.rt of Jonnnry ric-xt. a tract of I.ind on the attend the Court.- In the Middle Circuit
Negro Wunxc meJ will tIetSoprcrie
t'! r'! : :4t.t; tO i. 'jualitv.: I Phyfeiciatis': jircscnptioiis carefully comF.PPLWS .).1.V.. IIOLIII'OOKK.eretary :. ON ChatU.h-:
lKUTxxitl.Al. K,- :;(li5) Broadway, !?. Y. r-eiTH, with,: an excellent Imditi;. at prei-tt o--m If )W I t I* India: F4ILzin-.r, Tulla1masee.

BFILIIY known on day ,fale .,,. COMPOUND FLUID EX- c.ir; 11'd Jjijjiaviujji in the catal<>jutarc tiow 1h..t1 i by the Messrs. I IMBOD and formerly ki.own a; 200 Ib B.>Jgn ; Twin.. F.,I V <*lr lyBIIURV State Ollicc* at oppoi-lU UM Court II 'Uf=e.ir .

TilACTOFBUCHU.X'vtr.btr FIIKUKUICK TOU'LII, A lOLES.09t. .
read) for delivery. imp's Laiuling. OctubtVr 1S51. Ivp
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EW GROCERY AND wit. s. LAWTOrt- "XRTr.HT EAC07-WM. M. T.LTL4MJCLFII NEW COTTON GIN. GUTTA PERCHA WATER PROOF GOODS Notice.

T. I'II.t-W. LWOi, TRADE MARK.LY'B4 month* after date I
SIX shaflpveen7
: PROVISION STORE. voucher, to the seecliats
odg
J. WH LAWTON & CO. tHE NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH c'vrL Jeffer. late
M. INDKR GIN whose failure has l h'en rejiortedt.rourh County, u Sheriff t /mn ,
KNIGHT r5r d from bu in officio of the estate of Haorr Graotham deeT S* **
w MP. S. S. hiving < all t-f the C.ttagi growing Statec, is still alive

, t tliw city, nn-1 d.:>rxJ '>f I.i* entire t--k j h tu Jslunb (Cnltono udr aid alt Is ran, and uuiing the ls.ct seison bus l been 4 SAFE and certain cure for Conghs.ColdsCroup.Artiima. of said County., and ask to be disebarrJTfadminiitra'km.

4. trade to th* tr>
? t q1trt'VC* a cai iidatef f.it the fivoraW.nitic .- \ 13, Southern Wharf, 'joct-f certain. For fh"rt ft.le] its great s-Jj>eri'rityo BKvxl.Bronchitis, Ho..ping Congh, and all Pulmouory September 1C, 1854. 37

, .t t. 4 nnd ptr.n.t'- 'f Onj'f.Uic Cfn'ra'lv. v -nW CHARLESTON, S. C. er th. s".w Gin 5*strikingly apparent to m o ljud, te. Affection fORTH AMERIOAN\\ III Rollers and 61 a

[ r GROCERIES :11 1h

h; Kui llf. owi, 'ing in of '.!.* f.41t.wiy.; uiiit rp'H unJfrte fro'n kno't, MJoes\ not cut, The Louisville Joun.al say<: ': Dr. r4rs'! Livrr r 12. 13, J4 and 16 ioch. Alia.cotAntIyc. g h1111
part 1rea'v.r II injure the fibre at the) same
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l% Notice.rrllr anyay wort and Tar not ()I.IY ci j.5 immediate relief itid-u hs ( (GUTTA PERCHA\ \ Wheel Segment. M. IL
Ka towit- the lint that 'OD
thie i'njMttinr ti sft and oily feditcnbifh ,
: &
>ebave] th entered into and cclJs! but. from the! te-timony of men of the Ligb- Newport September 2 1S54. 10.
ShvjMert. M in.or-rT > diy a corO.ii ,
L I LOUR. Ba<*"n Si I1*. )Hm* and if n.tnr.il to th*' st.iple vb
TVk, I'ieUc 1 Be -f. I/irl 1, Sjrsr C;:rel lUm* in r.nTUMI. _L n thWHOLESALE tl.e lint frni the tame l.t of feed", worth j jffm eat ..otandint remarkable brre an 1 of i-t.alzre. it i "making son.e ok COMPANY 101 New Bank Agency at

N Java nrl I j Ri* 0>i1**. I..wJ.'reI. Cru41 I>iaf AND RETAILZ5TTSIST3SSS i to 1 i c.T.ts per jwuni more than when j.'iur.od { very rires eonsumptHMi.
Wi have hra'd it
addi- '
j The
riariG! and BrWfl r-ariro. I'.Jick; Kill Grm Ti, KD i.tt7 c- on t!" iv IT.J.It ILihway Repi'ttr : rffl. undersigned. Agent for the
.' IVprw-r. Spiw ofjT.I: V"i; i. Sjrrn.Strafl4 AdjtiicOuai'.en. rletn' the! Sea Irlnnd Cttnn l cnuif'il( and will slaU-il. by p.r.n ofcnnt r-prrtabIiJity< hared 2 NEWYORK&SMvIU OF WIN5SBORO'.S.C
r\icn TUT. XIMK on STYLE 01'6ARttRD u* tiii'"jredwiTi! *. that il I isnv of to! DKst remarkable pared to discount Bith <
Sc p .. ; per nipdicit'cs of hip fur Cousb C.,ld*. Inil'itnz-!
&. MAXWELL.Ti iizc, (he.t-s.d-c-tte.. t>a of triucicS
the
'ickk-d <> Sir J Ec' any
.rclr< Saaoe. Cap.-r rfl-r : I ..Maiifnctu< bsve tinted it. th- lint i is in a i.nrh
I. Brc n-hi'i* j\ tItfia. Pain in tiV Sul and! Bre.-u
1 .zIr! + Mu lnnl. S- ii. rr'f f sll 1: H j CFre -" \- c'. 1-c pi.T- .l irt =c-e tl.r; f:5i>n i iai1 >n'.tr e. .a i.'fl fr the M'll thin frt'ni any thr! tin if 1tI'M.Vh., .T'it. ('i ugli. and all Lin *Fpit- ift&I8 Towns of the U.S. Also liberal adftDCM 2, j
: ? > ? oinjliirt' 'c while in stcre, and wnting orders
a'fiRice Gi.ie:3 : Ci.c"-e. t4i4 .s : Ac.
) < r J"c tbii.ldtand '-f HHtyjiul.Jr. .
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if ue-"l terminate iu
1T =, l.icii. cted. usually con- \
( aud in f%.-t n"yl.V: ; aa5a ctrvLtpt .. MM ;" tlii 51 rt.v. cf'Tr-crvf( M-'TK-: In N-ith! T I'---na' Me .- Tz1ie: /; B
the etc'.g ; i;:.; n- : <"u.n *ti.-. wb-rviLr-y wiil i..j. ; C"uv.: rnJ: Dr. l P.. L. hilL f Watrs.: C"'it; aur! ti'iiiitht would ?cern fully to justify this statement. o Boxes Manufa&

'bJ5 _ALczrb_ a full! j nd fcii.'.-> i a'4rtr't;.: of artcl: r j>p-rt.iii ii -t Vtl..i! ..:!;ir< hate tn.-d the (Jiu ..u i :-I.t l t Cot< n th* IGIIEST Medal of World'Fair and Gold ileda u

Port.: Ma kin r.nd flan VTbcc.. 'VliM-er. TLLe' to tlifir liiie .'f bu-i'n n-j solivii! the pai<>:mge ofthvirfiifid 5 ..itft"i f'Ii d I are l.i;bly J K.-tcd x'Ji tli result 1 i ye iwo ii. I-1 r-f Amitit? Institute nwnrdti] f>.r th, s* g'Kxlitvt'Aur.HousnoFco. ConsIgnme ,

I 2. i'ij, 1 It-iji?. Twin Sezir
f..r kili'l.cr at whol' nVr retail <-u csf"r rP'nai1e K.: P.ARN-\r.D. .In.. J"l-iDir.cr I >!i < f Mata -rda. \ Itt purch'n-i-il! thh finruar! virtue in tie cure of i.lfecti'-r. of the Liver I !INII STlM-IET, where be ftundfi'Jtla toted Tobacco, of awortcdqoalitJes rgioi

; fir C.'J ir tily nfcJ.4'e r. ar.y tber (;. THOUI1' MAXWELL.Fvbroar tjr.. ,t ';l ; 't.l! iii lrX-: d-ic'.ares: that! if he hid i irc Mr-re r'eoitlv i it win n'- itntiu.d that it pr>s-e- -d may more care than Iat Scaw/s W t

"ii: : ., bi'. in the ritv.Pniticjlnr l.M Mf..t. 5Dii.vr. I tht:n i;,-'iru rbtvr fJ.tn-d; l lI \ -!h'-lerrop, it r.1t r''r ill nrro't1!. Il iZu.g sit the T.t'tg';.C : rcrrha!, Cocth, in Great Variety, to our climate all of which wH,be and Uu&
pi jteTth'fl'T4J .-..ll'.iinttrm 1 J"J 3' > il"t e.r-r.i elisr.fi.-r ..UMII .( tntlul vrvic Far superior to otter Wattr Proof Goods in the sold
null prrn ) at -vr-'u! bi'.v nivU- uifeii.c > J M -i >3 to i u I ; I ( f << < inI any chants and Trader also
& : paid to the .x.'eutii1: ( cr Fnih :r"i'. (r. w. .. ) .i-i'-'r-i:; :i fiV- r. I :ati :i ets! of a pulmonary rhuracter. rr.rrk< t, eomprMn.j many desirable articles for Export ; on time, to good 1 jj

; TV l.are ]vf I t y'tm (.1 Tl.0 '( i.n1iGin! ar'war<'>fi.tc'"t to ;'ich, 1.100' pounds Tar. and! C. uiit ry Trade, C'i-6tmr in part of Coat*, Cloaks, Newport, gcpten.ber 23 DA'L LA1DD.

it rvtU uf lo ;rjrrk' *<; tb* nejrirtl a: 1 uvtt !cnrV *< RESIDENT PHYSICIAN i.fli:.: I ii I -' born11 > J S i-jfli (Gn-; will ii.! from Thi" nrti'-Ie IVm-bi's, Overalls! Levins, Capo. Souvtsters, Camp i84.

r.n 1 ?t th 'ST1 t'tr.ien't.niit ti p r" '1v TALLMIASSHi TLA.OFFUnS ir'i.. ;.. T2't'' p .ud: < 1 f l lint h th..- fnjp tmu-, with i: !. in--t b-iir:2: t! H now mil I .i.iuver-nlly fii'-uiitnpplir-atii-n aekr.iv.tlnlged fur dist''i-ed to, bot I I Bankets.. Iltir'c Covers Carriage Cloths, Piano Coven. Curled Hair M'

ad liti'-n* "f N'-w notby! J4ifl.'et1V bi* jir"A---i- fial ftrrice.-: tt' t1.& ritizcr.R of prt.j-er f p-f.1. and 1" i ii'i ang l a a Saw (;lin, ; nndiKMer.f Fire I5irkef. Travelling. Bags Surgical Articles: lIST received
or dec: in; itiuig. or rtii-ii of t the fb- = on cor igmnent fij
IE.1 (ri N' -.; V. LI I Ns'V )lqrc. a au 1 ioinity. O.W r.n1.T l \'..nl'fP5 f..uic..ti'.iij'r-p.i; J KJ: % tl.l <-% will be made c-.ihir ; any ji byr ruu Stff.i.i l'a<-king and humlwN of other articles. 0 hair mattra a lot of
of tl.f I.t.t-an double
FlPSP pirt I : ludy. Its medicinal Kiripii.fi es, or
Vie ask tI li* far..r fn : ( *. OSee bu:12ic.! i.iixd-itt-lv: :.Jj' inr.j Dr. : '..t,1.I'si'. v.'ttiif 'Ihi'=c good* are free from unpleasant odor, very hot weathe'r which $mgle.ye17 tLj, ji
ij'Jr.li'i- oid'T-'tood! the we will sell!
wire t.v W
: ; ( U-f.-re r rtb r-j fe. N.h.. f :s li i .::r.rt. 1tr ( t) jn.-li &ir. To ; ..
Xvtf '. J. l\BIUCn.VKLLir-.. .T4 ;.--y ii. ; ::ri. 2 iy bedlit-*-.-.-.! at th.; iitart a.t d bjwt tr J-'i lii to th j juicbf. j i\rt: ani'-n? ieutiJc! irun. tlrit ths- [-reparation u now cdi and unlike: India Rubber. WILL NOT DE-- New Port July 15. I84. L.4DD.

i'1**! .- "!. r.i: 1 iu: M.u firiii"h to ctt th.Jn( running. | ill.- COM I'OS E AND BECOME STICKY ; are CHEAPER
..V.fe *" : in I < in ::iiiciit| -f Ifl'sli.9 wa ciimpoe.1 princip'y
> : ; -.-.' r-. i1e- n ir:4 : A. PERRY AIvTAKER, IVrius 4 ''.-li -ti tt'ti An\f trial of ti.Ls and tifrrett! ; from any other Gutta 1'crcLa made In nC1rjjt-
C. : i'l-n-ilii-jit. In later
? f #e ( ':.. t.1::r h'i ?:i., :r. sw.k 'Tth-w Gi l L in eyex, it v.i; fuj'id in ti! country or Europe, and
I ti! BILL
: Th. viilbr- i pt Taj.ilrj FOR
10 : ; ACCOUNT
f-P-i' !.-. rr.i.;: !. th. .-; .. flEV irTALI.I.l. to be in trvirsal uo suwny the ab rijirse* of .\rr'ri'n. AND DISTOnnmte
; !. =-.' itt !il.! Bri'St"J;: <> rt''<<-Illb' fH'(111i'.l byM and nt tliM! dcy! it i i-? : and ii f.K-t Warranted to Stand all Climates.CERTIFICATES Haley T. Blocker Sheriff and
; piir.tipal. ,
} 4i Le b f r- : ex-offieio dmiiu ;
: .
i-lK"-;- :'w.r.* prr'ni : :. FLA. 1trL U. T. T.i\l- tt t C f T the sale of thvir r.'v to
: f.-': be ibzT7,1 b ,' i' c TV. M 1-: .;. 2JD. f'ily niviLcinc f.'r ::n uiiMiund state nf the lur.g from persons who have tested of the Estate of GraLam Havit and Charlta H
4 ?V '' ')'W, fl rain' : 1 1.* rt-t i! .--fi .( .t'rn .1 : < ;jj';. <-r any :t;-]-r -:uth to it. 1h -j ivho r.re nrfmairitcd I the g'.odj may be seen at the Store of the Company. vU, deceased, complaioant,

flvl' fiea. 1.. fi. in P. HOLLAND, All /f.ninn"<%:iti"i l< r.-Mn-- to 'l.p: Agent at Tll.4l.'ee with the li't..rv..fthi: Inrdy' race '.f mn, know that TKRMS LIBKRAL. vs.

<;*.*VU trade) Merri'. J. I I'. JVjKVT-ell V>1 CV.. 1 < l lfrirnJ ATTdUNr.T AND Oir.VSKLI.Oil AT LAW, will :.ntl '. i'-li j j-i-'iir.pt Mttciiti, n.A. c il
: :* an J cu V b"flfs b' ;*i; r"itVni i 11 >'.> I'loriila. 1 U.: CAUGILL; AI.C.XT.p The i i-. !ird fiif-ult-in all untriis nipar to IriveI4.v.t.i purchasing t-I-c-wlirre. and against Nancy Lee and William It*.
: : ]
:: : : i'j rurt1iy ti ti.rir r> >i 'ae ar. 1 >ri:> "-*. Oaiary, s.-Tltff- f'l'i"; l lC ls .i'i iii r.lrtj..n ": Short I : :)(. a\vnre of the *rat hf-aliriij properties of tbi Orders exfci.ted to any amount, on short notice. is, and Mary, Us wife, and Jesse Hivis, defend-
-KNIGHT. ''TILL ;J'rafirohtJ.e' ) C.i--4.-! .f the Middl* Cir- nrtie! and are now infro !Iccinp, it in tluir practice. CAUTION. ants.I .
t : t ton lit 1.0 <- >ii4i..iV : () t.r SI. I1-:;*. -52 ,. -td -.f .J.trk'ei aid Franklin Cnunt jt. PlI'It: :.t the I I'kntati: f.f ('..l.! i li.: W. Wi i iitni. GHI.V.'w. Dr. IInhaiif: En.ati'I.! l>r. Cri'-htnn, of St. iVtersburir. India Ri.hh.-r, are already be log offered iu the marketTheref. T appearing to the Court, affidavit, that defend
: d-.y. O'-t--r .'?. 1 ':%,2. -12 tf Dr. Li I Priur, of I'aii'.and,i the diting'ii'IitsI ant, William N. Havis. resides beyond the
H.iVv.: Gi.v..Ti.n; I P.rnn'h. j.nd W. F. Ll 'v.1. .<.fLw 'r* i'urIsassrs should bear in mind! that all genuine limits
:, LtDIES'EVt2OUIJI WILLIAM "SCOTT; .n OiMv : :..!. I P.. F. WbiUii-r. *.f f-id.::, .deiiC*( ,. ; Dr. Ci-opi-r. }hive Iwetiin* the habit of combining it with goMls are stamped with the trad mark of the of this State, but within the United States, aod Oat
'tlier nrtirles i in il.tir and with! totire defendants William Lewis, and Mary bis
prtsmptioui, ,
wife
WILLIAM sad
Tl.i.t-. \bii-.T. N. itJ.. D. \l.rrisk and It. A. Company. RIDER.
j
". .'' !
NEVV.FALLAND WINTER >i j J Orijv'r-:, j? AT L 1 : yy;v', \ ('iiM-:'. f !k't.ti t'',. :J. G.; Anlr "ii nnd Capt.I | :iep( Aug. 5. '51. 21 Em. Fres'L N. A. G. P. Co. Jesse the Middle Havis Circuit, reside in the State of Florida' hot oat *

MMXTlf'KI.LO:; FLA.Jly )la!.:. 1 i Hird. f JetT. r-bi. Co'.i.tv. and J.C.. .MVf I(.:,. *;?/ fair-arer-f Co" l'rftiti iflvZ1q.' Isaitalion.s! It is That: the

:NcrrI : : SO i. l .'.n. :::0 tlj..nUAKKi I K-fj. a--1! I '. I i U.: I t i i-.i. .'f f M idi*it (Vu.ty.: :'r/Tl''' .r.'iiuin. 's siL'nd AM-r.r.'R' HfK.rKS f-n the Florida Hotel, do ordered.and defendant WiHIam y.EtTis

'Hi-j I f-r fii-n I h<- Mil! )M.iii'jf.i znii..,' {lel 1 plate engraved: wraj-prr; nrourd eafirixttle.Pi Mo.vrrtELLo, JEITEISOV COCNTV.rpHE first appear in answer December the bill filed on or before tlM

-' P. p."I'j JIE tuVcjiVi" nre ii..t. r.-. rt\t i m 1 ', f' ''"? /; : tfc M'lVKK, ,4.., 1.'. .j-lt.I I bc'i-'v. i'ivi-, < niiiidea i ] .1 the value! oftli. if* fl I per bottle, or ftixlnttl!< s fir ?.">. Sold! Lewis Monday and Lewis his next, and that said WilEim
a'1e L ,.Vrt..l l- f 1 AM wl.Ji..al* iir.d tail by Sf.'OVIL A MEAD. I I U t4 undersigned gives notice to the pnb.1 Mary wife, and Jesse Hav *
n >
larnilWt i-j (. f. : C'.tti.n.
h .J ( f tb l ATTORNEYS AT LAW -i t r L'-iijj St.ipl- I also and the
a lie that he has refitted the Hotel in answer said bill
I : 'YS)! vr'.r- -ii'1 i Tai.u: .'II J" d.-.r 11 I :'A Clinrtre: fc'., between Conti and St. I .,uis ctreets I I appear on or befcrt'tl*
( TALLAHA-: AND (/JMNCV. FLORIDA.) first Moods in October
M'-ritieello, formerly kept by Newman next otberwu
-.. .! .". .. Capt. : th
New
t% H" iniar.lt.. .ltU ,, .itK,"., t W4v !!LI.! j.r.!< :!i'. iti thu Mi-l'i!.' itd Wtin ('.rcit! Jli..s.i:, Mt. April .1 i, 1WJ.:; Orliai: and vtill be prepared t<> receive visitors by 13th piamants lull bal] be taken proconfessoanintttheBi**IW GDlU-
aul i f out, ': n-Mtf \\TJ (;( ner.il Aui.t' for the S..itl. State to wlom all
t" > .- .M nji, ...va1-f rtVj.-w. 4 ..fFi.>tid.-i, aud in the ('. Ji.tn-a <>f D.-cutur nrsd -:. 11 PAi.ni! .T, !!' ], < rn ?, of Nnver.iln.-r. Tlif hou'e if now iu thorough repair respectively ; and it is further ordered that jmhfidtion
r-u-rs isu-t: be .vdr! .-"<-il.Sold -
'i: uick eti 1 reiI!v : 1a'n3.: ';:t. S and will be ?o managed as to the comfort of of th order be made in of
f T.Iflt /J. 'irt-'ir : We hive ud the f.-w'Jin. promote one the TaQaouiM
'I'e't'i frrn th' LL I al o b* I 1)). I II. ,\rn'-c. IJarnard & Maxwell,
.' 4 % :' *.jiiit i.i.,i.CVniyv.l- *:U I cE: .: C-'n' .I. .. I ;; IT.T.ING IL't i: in: :, A. ?:. MIVKJ:. h..h. t.f p( ., I..an'! CISSI ..tht r l.'g ilt.! ( .tt.'r. :Na-li.lCi.> Tuliha. ; W. Ilv'-rs .t Son, Chattahoochfu :gtjf-ts and! bonnier Atta'-ned are good stables, papers once a week for four month preeafiW md
;
'I : t.: 1uci .i4'.ly., tlit! th-y! J* fIiV. K.I;, I 7'il
"!. ,ill.f.fthV.p.b iycr .,...1 i t-n-it v ni,j.uy.its!-y .f ....r.-l..;.. f"wu .!..iIiV 7. I 1-M. 1 1J 1JOSKI'II (; .. ti-l-Mji, Q ijriy ; A. II, Wilson, Newport ; San.utl modcratt* as at any other Hotel in the cc untry. A AT at Chamber. August 1st. A. D. 1854''
; .lvs. it.. l'i lr', : f tiai lnre of cu-tom i# respectfully sollc-ted.! CHAMBER J. WAYLES
I -furM'kftsn.t r"r' I n t i' t:7iIti ; BAKES.
>fu l tint f-r b-m'v :rI % a.-ty ; I I'll- -t .t. M<-nti'eIIo.Nov. : .
fV.lv) t
k--? !a-e :& 1 lie rur.aH1. 1 lUM-lc..f IMMackerel. J ) I II. liJN'I') J;, t tin'i t r i--, t1hr.i.h .';r worka ltr.r.r 'ja' ity 4. IS.1I.; 44 dmcov.h .- C. BLESS. Allgll 5. 1854. 31 4m Jndgt.

.. fIty M TV-r-'j'. ") .-! '.-"*/ r1 1 c tvoi.M i :i.iii"tf! i:* t-i j i-lsj" in"i.- cot r'tlv : t'j t-! re- Mfinti_ ,_* -lTo- Ortobfr2S. 1S54. ly 43_ Bank of Charleston.
N i'-J AtIeghItI; / V y. i j J -i J ,
+ J J i i I.urrdorlf
J5s of (Gi.i tli t )
ivive ('ott'
II. CflICII/W! ) ..t 1 () i.i; : voir 'ii or coinii'n '
T. Attaehrnent. Sum to Notice. New
rl* 0.riNVV FI/iRIDA' ((. evcni at Port. Florida
!r -llir (di-i.; va. AGENCY
t?' -k- Spt'ti.'Y 'c i,f ;.z:'- to fr< ''h i."f.-| rfCf'.tlvfi Sil.Vj.i. I (,';o-rnan.. J :4T ''- "1VrOTICH I it IiTpby! given that application will be cNAUGHT it ORMOJTJ.rt .
- WILL ---j.v :- With: <'tir ( \p'iii't!: {- "n tlj'j *n 'l 11-1 l t i.f Cttn .i.'I Jnnuary
-- 1S54.
j-><' r -- &c.If '. / '!.'. I.- f-nii '.f (?. II. A J. 1 H 1 1 JJuP.-iit.-, I if' iveil van; i-f the!
'' M.ickitcl. a-id t-' prr-t> in I 11.) adjap vt Cnii>iti ji < i.f th.- Middsid i!- I!o. n-1 hit.; : ? tl..- Slapi-! Sf t-! ( "oiun. an-1 that | ,, by ri-'ti '!..i] '.f the'pii.. 'nf nv-rit "f :l.ist'it.. re- ( cf rl'>nda. for alteration" and amendments! mthceharter t To THE PLANTERS OF FLORID.

kA-'i B15LS. N1.1. 2 jMi-1 TJ. ** t \\4--;.-ni I ('II.'ui*". 1 !<- iil alaUcnd th.. tnif trip I ihi-r* is an ii:1| roven< nt. in the oviiii-! a.d fIrari'iIKPB t'.niab: to n Ju-tife'* C'--it: to !1... b.-ldt Talaha! of the Ptnnieola and Georgia Railroad Company, Cotton

; 10 Kizhth I5b'i". No." 1 '' the -* 1 HE
.. 1 10 (Ir. "* ** : v 7. 151. 1 value f-f the nrticle tni-1 rc lee the c-j-t of ilanaf.ic- ear and j-l'-ad! t-> the tin*, fliven under mv hand, 2. 1S4 Sm S4 T undersigned, now in Miseisn'ppi but aoc* { '
M
44 2 return home has made '
.., 10ID tutiny.Hntvtvcr. r.rd ital i, tl.ii "r-1 day of .vmlr. A. D. ISM.DONA'LD Leon Circuit Court- arrangement with ti
N. I InChancery. most careful Planters in the selection
lulls
and
COTTON PLANTER'S improvement
tl.-* ti.n2! wli'-i! be ) CAMEKON.J. p. [L.S.]
can mere
arc
'j'v
Si1Il n. Albert J. PicU-tt and wife of seed, to supply him with Cotton
1') Seed for
tie
: nl.- bvUKKUV NIv.z1., r O 3E3I O 13. JS OTH :iti-f.tct-iily n.'ttled l.y fxjK'iiiinnU f-n a br cr ::ov. 1.1 =ri. 41 :cm
4 15Oct. i R.ii CothUh. For and Ji'bn U. CJiruJrat and wife, next crop. He has taken great pains to procure tlw
f .i tIJ\vi1; se.d.'. Mid iirder. ti ar and
Leon Iron Works.TALLAIIASSF.n. 1's. purest bt sorts, and will to furnish
T %1.LUI .. :11"! f.ini-'i hit.. .f 'Ic County engage tie
ill
ISI. 42v 1IFLRIJ1! t f t > cr Piipplies s.ng htajCottvii San-.ufl II. D-ival. Admin Planter of Florida with! better seeds than hav
21. wr
I-'at.I C'.Tt'i Gin. FLOIIIDA.IIS ) .
.: pnatd by youra :-trat. r. Jicpb W. Field et al. before beeg brought to the State. He will deliver
: Master in Chancery's Sale. rVrriiK P: AXTH: 1s..j/ ljKiiinif Yours friilv, [ n-ta1.i-hme.t! i* now in f-Il f-pi.-rr.ti"n. All bit' tnab' to apjK-ar bv affidavit that Jcseph the seed M the order of the Planter in St Harks *
< '<,.'1.j't i-i V.ra and (Sin'.i) J. L. DAVIS" Aprnt ord'-rs tvill! !be iittc-tuhd to with and I IT '
t'n1. ,, 6't'/ry' I.'. V idu' ''I n !)((.r d ITI Chanr.rv.. in r a \\'E.i: tins U'id 'r i'ii_ <"l ...iW-iii. < r?, ittuin to y uT Had'v: F..11.C": Milht.JtnAifl all work ilii.cith ieatni-saiid: ili>pat-h. aud! Ilarrio Field df-ffiuiants, in this cause, reside certificates attested, as to the character of UK produce articles

: tIII 2i ay f : ( 1)) 2C *, i. T
11 > ? ',2iruit ( qurt1 vtii'i Jj4 +lj.' .\. J1Intr iIuIeITr.I) :i ( sl.tli: Izi.. lt_i tt ..tl (lilt'II (14, I I.t t DR. JOHN R DUVAL Gin Gtinnjj.' uar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, th State of ili-i=iipi. it is ordered tLit the said de- whom they are obtained. The fried furnished will
; ix'U ,
4,. ''p *, It14 C.stLriti .1. IItticr, yitir kindixaiiiio. v. hnvc I bcvn (-Ttae.l iu I tlicO.ttmi Shafting, Pulleys, Ilai--rfr.. Plough Catintg. Ijrai>* fcr.7ant.* d, appear and answer, otherwL the said be the Big White Mexican, the Vick, tie Pitt and

wILL th il1 :titI'X'I (1 111rmi iI!! )wlUt r. I I 'tgTi'r 't.itcftIefli it. St.tr&s.: 'Vtiiaiti and Selling )U j im-M ill tIii- T A L LA II ASS II K F LO !l IDA. Ca.tntg.e..; al o. Suiar KettIeof! any size, kept efirnpl.'i5ii'iits! bill! shall be taken pro cortfesxn against Little Brown. The Big White Mexican are the most

,? 3 are Def-n-hnt- tI'' City r .f 1 la- city, :ii
: rv sfPIC the O.urt H- i.r the 1tb a : f"ii j.t our -ld Man J, aud )hopo that! our duty in. the } Mi. 4 Ikhnieut will Itmic! by in, with a particular regard in .-'.me newjpr.pir printed in the .Middle Circuit of but will supply either of the others if desired.

1tird4;.: Liis'.i.:: to the bi-b-t bidder -. M't-d .y. f4lvwits d.iyrt p< rfurriiiirir'- votr; l--jhiii. .ln-n-t"f.. .ir<- lir$ )*-<-i <. to the sLren4tI' anil durability of the work. Fl'-rda for the pace of Issur ninths.AT Planters wishing Seed, can address him at Madison
i. I)I..IIItMI 11X.. httI 1'Z41 1i't'IL, : Notice. Conpett.citVulriitii always in readiness to Court House Florida
'Ji bnrjjt'd n* t'* K C'JH: yn'sr j jttr<>tm, i; and i'iflu t < nc.iu .- put up CitAMDtss tsepL 16th. 1&51. pestpaidJOSEPH
: ? ni .1 r..j-ny .I Ctt' f at- :. the future. Very RrsjK-ctf.iMv, i LLj 1w'r'.I4' ii.tri"t will tkt; n.tJc-p that MXt l.1iIe:: ; J. V.'AYLES BAKER. 'ludre. L. DUTTOtf
I/! ,,',., b-r o brj :r' } :. rI 1 *-15' y fivMi.I ) Terms .till be lllnral. and all woik Ji-ne strictly f.rea'Iu 29 1554.
: tI' UJiOOME A HE HI.SciMiiiiir i. n .i ths aflir tli.JJrst pt-bls-atioi: nf tl.iadvcr- A true copv. Attest :Hfon AECHEE, JR., Clk C April 17 tf
t, ir-k fiftv-ukM.-. <' ) tII tlV! '*;;!"* (TI' f ''"yf ) ) n 1SI.Administrator's. r/.i ti-i."iieit, I 1'itcnd t' r.j'p'y t" the II f TalUlisv- ivil i.i.r-r'.vt-r .f,: tb r&.H, fr.Ytrtg lace. Liberal pikes for old Iron and Notice.
U Probiitisf Ion C%.tiIv f--r a di < barge fn r.i mydiiiini f> paid Copper
.' one bun Ircd a..l e' vMr; f'170, 'n iKral Hrt, Sale of Negroes. .\ trit: irbip <>f f the <-statu <-\ViUi.iii II. BKLLF.N '. I5ra AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANC coT months after date I shall present final account'
SIX
F ::4 aod ou .- ).j.'Ire'3. tiu-1 tl.-rty- f. &tMSO: ; wUn.N.i tIu'Ilfrr: lifcl N rI.'r.y! th1th div (.fJultarv: 185.: >. 1viil iiLr.tilt. All Klten ip.u'-t len.ldrecel! ([po..t pai! 1)) to rj HE undersigned, Apent of tl.e above Company. vouchers to the Judge of Prolate of Jefferson

'., in .aid City. Aw '.!*-' z'U! ) 'f Jut tvob.n "rMM () f -ll at pubji; Htirtion. lx-f 'r the Couit, Iloiisid'Kir ; A. fKiNlr.OLT.II.: ; Admx. J. M. SHINE A CO.Tallahassee J- will receive applications for and make insurance County, Florida, and make application for my discharge -

!r i l nd, t,1*>y -. fS'Jl I J i in lh* 'IILFJSt ani$ 1 I\"n;\ %. in the Townf :Mnii-niiia.; all the t-Iavcs. b'-li'ii l tg ini:; JUT, :* 17. I'-'J f 1 "'!U March II. 1'54. 10 ?! tint lop* by Fire on Brick and! Frame Buildings as Administratrix of George W.Standley, late
M'url -
-4-: Ctlv Iv.tc .l tbr inr f M y (. t,, tli" "tatc of Kicliaid: MclCiiine.! d ceaJ.-J. 'I'h.ttInhl.'r P. B. BROKAW'ri Furniture, Merchandize! ?. 'r'A h..nt i.i 46I .aityMrr Goods.
: virI ; UI t.ilCVy: 1 Cheap B. C. LEWIS. JANE STANDLEY
M n''*>iit t': nty five. C.fl1 Ii-i1I' inn ari1vn January 2t.1, 1S55. 4 Administratrix.

'.ne ). ,..r,.! itil.ity % ( "- f "ttib t iin-l n I,, f, hid ). riilfl and l i\ *. Tli< sale \vj'lI| b by viitixofari LTyi *']t5 r1"I j J ** Sui.s'rier enI JjfsSfizMC U EBYJ.BO SUE STABLES, Notice. October 14.1854. 6m 41

..tr't '4C buu'Ir'i tiv.ty '.id.-r of th I JliMioiaMo Jufeph I l.! Roalhac, jt: <- J utl li a U'nr i.ri;wn.-iit in their
1h .. d clhn-H and ah- TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Tax Collector's
(127ifn-re) 44 !34- and lU f tit lV"lj.ite 5cisL22si25h. bu-ir-' : innki-a; it iu'.s.ary to .. OIX months after date the undersigned, adminl-tra Sale.

rI: :' er ItJW'VPtfl tItJ tli i(4I. a dithi'Mi a'ri' n:: \\\\t\\ hnis. 'IVrni, ci.-t.: di-jn.sC of jln-ir ):. -'Itt i.t..< k of <;..(,
: J,1)n :--me i.ir r r1 HKXKY I MtKIN.VE, AJminl-tratfir. ietsfl a ;iroml MiJ-p'.y! .f W.iti-lif, s 4.1| ftvry d *cripti'n ,rpHE Proprietor Oad den Ct'cnty, Florida, will present his final account shall expose for sale before the Court House door
vti'tib .arit.g i iflit ::: I his friends and the
; tie AIi laittt twb' .l ; prM. 1S54. 6\v 47 Jcw lry, Fancy Gwwl-. Ci: :!< ry. Gm.s; Plated 4 and vouchers U> the Honorable Judge of Probate for at Madison on the second Monday in April next, the
1t.ti ..' .r.nii.ii4. pille! that be has rebuilt _ _
br.r. twut. juterest, tU I fVCtt' iy Ware, and ii'iiiu-iuu--tin s tie'it--! t iiiv-hi tI.s! pledge s.dd Ccuuty, and ak to be tiis- l.arsffd. fallowing described land or so much thereof as will
If. A1(1IuIL: .Jit. his lar e Urick Stable*, nt the old stand and i is t.s iwprejiired
tli' -l\ to sell to c.t.-h -n (t. tn.iat reTOV.LE G. B. MILLS. Administrator. par the State and county tax due thereon for the
.i.izi; f'i'C'iii of J'l'r'!,,. In I. i.n Ci ,'pg -ni- < > jrnatly year
( (
Ma-r iu Chancery.Ir 1 I sii. I1. to a eummoilatc )hi< frit rids and customers.I .
; Sp'-clul !sei..l 1iiec., ,'; MYF.KS. I ; A2n 12. IF54. ti 2 Cm 1S34. ind the expense incident thereto, to-wit: The
t. 1 I (,, 1. \\\\f\ :\ aln Iit' nttacliod to lilt Stal-U-s tuoil black
I F4: rt )) ; : a North half of the Northwest
.q3.; 4, .\ l.:,. 1-J.-J. i:, quarter section
twenty
'- -V *. .- Debt by Attacliinent.j.h : smith Sh p. wheifl) be will have fPlant.ition Executor's Notice. in towrshiip one North Range seven East

Plantation for 2ale.I (- A. J. ]t.'rv. ) Naiii.KIT : ttf-rk. Horse hln-einj:, nnd! Carriage ttork.in OIX mortis after the undersigned. Executor of theO to belong to John ,purprotiag

P' THAT v lunW* 'e.1I4i in 4cff.-r"m C.rtit.ty, Ir r .j j J l )-f''nd-tit, n'td! nil ilitr ITTIMS ri ,. (\ l: ;-] o-i J.aa-l 1, nn 1 f T "A- low bvlllilil the vtivliOft_ i-iai-ner and vitli promptr.css and! lastViil and! Testament of Arel.il ald! Bale, late Patterson.ROBERT McKINNY,

I ,: .,lvth ri.I.n..* '.f !L.1.btIL .' Kev. \\l ly A.J- will tiko n ili i iet. <.f \\\f\ aloveiJi i'l: l ait: %' :.! I I .t ll'JST.A of Giubdou County, ileccncd. will exhibit Lis account Tax Assessor and Collector for Madison County

wit Itin ,4.e, nv..o' -BuyleyV. 1 :Miil.i : I U ir: o., tUrif I Ir4ial ti'l.n'.t: i.d tii'-y :..rJ.Is r'-bv r- !jin-d; toiij-jiisr: -mdX.A !!_"I.t 10. is.-.i. rr. ;ivi Hllcr... lvi. -ItNotice. and voud.. rs before the Judge! of Probate for said October 14.1854. Cm: 41

(rota. t r. ;.ct'I; a. .. ; : .". fi I IL.... i'.. I J.t. 'I -- County, sad apply for a final fcttleir.cntacd discharge

_ _ t p .' 'wit H fl the iii ee.ry in' .oYtt '1i :. ;t :i i iIII -,':.,!- ; : >.- ). ]Hi I f\\\\ .: '; :!: .71:., C'.V rt:. Fresh Garden 'accrls.T m-mtii* aft r n:>te. the riiM-i-i: rcd. nJniir.7-! fiyr.i the adii.ii.istratlou of said! }Ltati.DANIEL *. Wakulla Iron "Works,

tI&e tII 44..I. ( 1. s i' .t I ( .nt", I tt I!. sCtte. -. No\-i'ib-r S". 1 IT.I. .1 17Sif lST n "lived. J..T C"ir."v, f.yu 1 Li ibiini Ne SIX, :.' r "t" tl.e ertat.f Tlnine-oti:| 'are. d. *. :i- d. BUIE, Executor. NEWPORT, FLORIDA.
Mill.- and l-'H t.i.- '. i1. .t I It Itr eJ Y"k f-l, Sil.fL '' l-1 .ruii.! ill I- tii October 21, ISot. C2i 42 HIS Establishment is now in full operation. AH
.t : a
% of Fn N in < aris'ct.! : late f J- 1 r-' n Coai.ty. : pnst-i.t T
; : ;;< < -
f'.r will be
I orders attended with ant
Mit' zrIie: I, t't. t './ I'.1d..I] Jr! t, n-c.-r.nts M.i! t"i.ihtVtthe HI-U.'Il'I n.: -J. (Cla-. and to promptness,
niakni:? n J Jivi-i..n .rIi'.-* tbee-itc.-! : >'u Piit: I > V r. fir--! ,.f 1,1, t.rl] r f 11. J-i-l.-- f ih.- rvi.j'ij.e /-:; J/JTV: '1 i..i)> !'. ', Ju "f i i- late f.,r said Cm..ty rn l lk to be t isc5rIr.L Bagging Rope. all work denewhh neatness and dispatch.

_ 0 fiti'flI: l ,i"it'iitt-l! i "lit".f! iiiu ''' IttiZlt / I ) < ..it,! MI :.!'.. ; ;. ;. ,,< l'i i.i.i-i'-i i ;imin i it I Itt: J). 'ti: I HWIIJ I (JaM: :ig'', W.M. H. \VAHE.: A ln.'r. T)AGGINGand ROPE furoMi- to regular cr.sJ All kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Wort,

.b.*' j *S? bwlth and g .4> *<.ei"y !in lb; Ciuut-v, !l'4 J s tLI title t < '4j.t ,' .iv. ft-i v;. .. (r .t., j. j i tl;i.,<:.r ft.1,1.. LatP S\-y;: ( '. 1 hi.L.t .:-, 11. 'IFl.: 4:. 3 loiner in any quantity. I). LADD.Newp.ut Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery

,$..* >* '.?' IUIIQ ('1 Sj.rtifl 4J (1.. it 'I. "'I II..- l-t M''n-Ir-y! ; i i | ), < (",.!'i-i:, 1',1.} 11 ihbi !n-t .r.s.. :!-"r..rt.d kn'ut, _, SijQtimber2, 1854. ."5DRTLEVriS Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers. Plough Casting. Bras

4 : )'Ctpi4Ptl .L.i.iti:; t. puiehse i1 i'l; I'll ..r..r.x 1c ,,i 3.4..,. t I' ir .-,.-! s.* :Jie (C.nit Is"I. .. in I idwleii J-iin-: LMii''g S iliii' 'i SLidillrii.A' fleeswax Beeswax Castings. tt; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size, kept

1'4ttt1lII, till the ( 1t. V. 1 tIiuW t'iarltIit. ?v. I lit- f f io-Aiti! thi.t't] iibi-d tr.n i f I/iud. ta< i it : 'Ib 1 I < .' il.ni !! be constantly on band. All work done in such an estaolishmeut -
iitoa : Ti.llsip,
..
!: t.atIe. V j .f tho N V' J '.1 t Si i :*. T..wnl.ip ::. U-.i.j- IT-: i..t..1 it.il.aj.i; '1'iiiiii]*. \ \ ,AXTEI: i.i nnv," quantity iiiuY f r *ali or uowLiis"frndo. bv RESIDENT DENTIST, will be done by us, with a particular regard

1 ti hut 4.ilV. A p1y I'. 'tIIr 1 nit. t Iiti l 1) : .,.i v. .. ; ;(I 1. 1 t !. tt t."re rti. F..r MI'-J tv M-N"Al'GHT .;.1OUMOND.: > > : : : & TALLAHASSEE, FLA.T to the strength and durability of the work.

viijii.flNEtt tI. 'I ( tii.V.. ; .', cLi .I..I.JJIOM.S. Oct.2llI. 12 Competent Workmen always in readiness to pat
DAUH'SSTOrlJNG : :tn. c Ncv. JN.I% .). jt n.bi r 5, ItSl. r T;,', now inserting Artificial Teeth on the up
rp WI l'JIINi'N( IL HOIM5K1SS; .- Engines, &c.
: M I iMt! iu C.'unci first of Florida. new and improved principle, with Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for
l_ F1ternlsr 'J, h'j.u'ia i r : ry.Nut' 700 Acres rate Land for Sale. To the Old Settlers continuous from one side to the
.. 11 I I li>5 > 43 Id* gums cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this
AND CHIPPING BU31NE3C, rpin I i: Suli-tiibi r <-tr.r* f-r de I.M I Plantation lying iiiis'.. E. lloil'rr. late of the General Land other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the Tallahassee
,
place or Qrincy.
cU" 1 ten ;in'1 a half,; :in't'.tt: n itln.f ltiIs.atct') There ,1i Ollic* pud I'eii-ii.ii Oftice, \Valinttn! IX C, will! lodgment of t fixnl, thereby rendering them perfectly
A r > >; w i* OUT.rpJIE Master in Chancery's Gale.I are ii; the tract, seven h-iidri-d! toren >f a* pood land attend promptly to all claim* under Florida Armed life-like, and! restoring the original contour of the face, Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass.
; Ail letters be addressed
;ic un1rri.zi.l l tiircirri o-itbo a'j ,VtI'itIli". > V tirtui"fa Dereo in Cii-inrrvv. rrmL rcil) nnth a can I bo foun I ii: I the StuUM:; > cli&red, and the Occupation Acts of ISl'J and 1(>48. Persons who so as t<> defy (ICt.Ctul'fl. He will attend to all call in must M. H.(post POND paid A) to CO,

t- 1 in nil IU bruu.h.BiMin: -* t-Ucil".iluU.l: f..r I > 2Jth! day of October, .\. J). 'i :, i, h Leon ba1.t.c-c: ir. wi-od. On the pri'ii.-'
: : d-Hii.Vchin; way.iii. 1* LAIU I >. ('in-Hit i Co-it!, h'r&ns I D.ii.u-1) L.ili' .J.i'hiii IMfant h"U-c <;iii: H I.iu-e and Screw with nt-gro cabins complied with (In* rcqnirenu-nt.* thereof, have not received Sett, can obtain all necessary information by letter.

iLr3.ps.1 ewpi.rI, S.ptetIIr 2, 1 S.> I. o % iri' tn I ( ttlti itt( l.i' it; :&t.1. ( It sli. it, :and u'.l l "(her oui. I buililin. l. a !_"...id jiurcbsi}, .tliig the P.VTFMS f"r th'-ir lands etn have them < !jtaincd He will warrant, in every instance, satisfaction, and NEW YORK.

-r ; ; -- -- - ..- -- -- by Alfn-d A. FiMn lit t.xt friend are (Comi'aiiiant i j4 a rnri: .pJ.i Ltu.itv. itt nt inadi; easy. Address or attended to l by the subscribi-r. prices to suit the times. Terms Cash"or when called BREWER &, CALDWELL

Hides Wanted. ;; niei I Hoi.ry Watmui and Kliz-i: hit tvifi. arlI me thr.) ii2li the Tallahassee! !i\t OLe; or see me on Also rlaini prox-cuted for Pensions.Bounty Lands, for. ,

or Sail Hid-o, aKo (..tter anl I Deer I I 'avid I* Kvnns; and Flora Ann hi* wife nrc defendant thupnisiUf-. j. ILIOT.: Scrip, Back Pay, tc., tc., ou the most rea.oiablo June 24. 1SiI. 25 SUCCESSORS TO CENTER 4 CO,

OUUU Skins Dry for which the hi-hebt; maik-t price *. I will oxjiffre fur sale at public outcry, b'-fmi June 10. IS.-iJ' 23 terms. Potatoes Onions &c. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,

1). 0. WILSON.Mober ; hc: Cotrt Hnu e door in the City of Tall.iha ee on hiErEcENcEs.Hi.ii. No. 20, OkD SLIP.

ttt; v ill( be paid 14 by, 1R54. 41 Monday. the 4th day til Di-cetnb) nest, within, leril: LIVERY STABLE. Lr.wM CA>S, U. S. Senate, JUST received per steamship Pampero from New May IS, 1854. 19 T_ _
)v.ui. 1 f ir ca.-li) ti..' inllowiii! dfribed lands to wit ;: 0------ JAMES Coorxn 10 bbls Irish Potatoes, 5 bbls Ooions, 1 *

1: Classical School for Boys.rIIII SottlI4t L section :tl, Town-hip; I, Rang I. North WILLIAM II. NKWSOMOULD JOHN WILSON-, Washington, D. C, crate Onions, t 3 Kegs Prime Goahcn Butter, 15 Boxes Notice. %

and West situate lyin and beiii in the Count of Extra Cheese. All in good order and for sale byJ. A LL creditors entitled to distri--
Jt in the Sfbixil of the pubccrilicr will ; ; : c \T inf.irm his Address Foil Paid, JULIUS E. MEIEUF. persons, legatees
.
BRACEWELL & CO.
; exercise P.
Mf- the 3 ''thf Oet..ber.v. LIIHI, and containing' : cue hundred l and sixty acres, V flielld and the public Washington D. C. xY_ button or otherwise interested in the Estate of

be resumed on *y \> ESTOX KITliS. more or less. Purchas-er to piy: for title.Special p that he may alwut_ s IKt'ound. _ October 21,1S.V1. Cm 42 October 21. 1854. 42 Elizabeth Miller, late of Madison County, Florida, da-

tf 40 If. ARCJIEg.Tu., at th<* STABL11 oppoMtc the Jail, r.a'1y toaccommo- _V Notice. ceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Bad.
Oct1)2er54.: Master in Chancery. lat* I)hem with Carriages ami llor-cs. Great Bargains at the New Cash Store. demands within two years from the date hereof to lii

New GoodS New Goods November, 1 51. 5t 44WfSLUER cc- Horses kept ut Livrry on rehnablc term [One Door South ofG. Sf J. McginnisJIU \ r HE undersigned A. Ultuter., administratrix lately deceased of, of the Leon estate County of undersigned, or the same will be barred; and all persons

ty" Vacant I "t< and Feed furni'hed fi r Drovers Joseph indebted to the said deceased, are requested t
A WHITAKER aic roci-ivins, j -i bii- vitli Horses and) Mules.He i:. M. FRALEIGH takes pleasure to inform gives notice to all persons having demands against make immediate payment to

*? 1lq S>tl BUTTON a gnu'ral aksortmetit ol d*, in will exert himself to Rive Bati-factioti to his pat- J3JL I the citizens of Tallahassee and! vicinity that he said estate to present them to the administratrix, or JOHN L. MILLER Administrate

c't, p Fall and Winter ntvlesir.: Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Cojijirr,, ons, and bolicitH a bare of the public custom, is now opening a large and well selected stock of Dry to Mr. H. T. BWker. her agent within the time pre Madison C. H., Mad. Co, Nov. 18, '54. 5m 4

:; ca'4 1'ii.>l Bluck French IAin, ImbL.nn. Tin, Nlurl Iron, JtriUania $ JupancdVarc.\ Tallahassee, Augu.-t 2C, 1U51. S4 Goods, and! a large easortmcntof Embroideries and scribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar ;
i,.; Fey French CassiincreB )WdII> IItIJ 1r'ii. l) >ni"tl<>s. ;vccs, Ladle's Dress Caps. also !latest styles of Headdresses and all tlioe indebted are requested to make payment Notice.

t p S i'aney T'veed Danuek SKcnturVy COFFIN k I'UINGLK" Capes, t.e. itc. Ready made Clothing of every immediately. months after date I shall present-w1 '

I : Jeaus.PlaiJ Aortd FIjiititb Cooking, 1'ailor mid Wo oil Stove*, J jK<*riptiou, u No. 1 assortment hoots and Shoes. MARY ULMKR Administratrix, SIX and vouchers to the Judge of l-Wb.teo

I LiiiMiy*, Carolina Stripes, _i> TUST ivci-ivcd all trimmed ami! in complete Hats and Caps: also a Cue assortment of Jewelry and By II. T. Blocker, Agent Madison County as Administratrix with tie *l -
jj 1'riuted Flam cl Mai mers do s order of I\\P\ other fancy articles too numerous to mention, niy mot October 29, 1S54. 8w 43 dachar4'
< a t \ lLtestillIproveiI p.itUTtm nnd for CHARLESTON S. C. anexed, of Levi Drew, and ask to be
Oi>*ra do Cnrolina Plaids, SJ nle at rediK-ed and will to beiii Large sales and small! Profits. Remember said administration.
jinxes defy of
-$1 f compcttiiou eon-miimenN LONG and SHORT STA- Land for Sale.
4. ? Cautou Flannel
Denims ANY this sliH-k >s uitirely new.
lilu vnd ice.
for neatness, tluiability pert MARGARET DREW Adai1nhSt"Oetber
COTTON and other ,
: will meet
Produce
; 6 Drill Bed Blnnkctfl, October ?, 1851. 40 WILL sell my plantation on terms that arc reasonable -
*. Blue, Itcd& Gtii BIAnk'tl. House Work. with their be.st nMcntimi. Reference can )bt> bail. ol I and ncc-ommoda'ing to the purchaser. It 14, 1854. 6m 41
Calip-ic
Fancy KngU b 1'iinU, N '?ro Blituketn, Roofing, Oina-iu-iitf.l Head1 fir (Jutters, Guttering, JAML.S N. LU-MOSII, Madison! Couuty, or R. E. DLILIL, New Books, &c. lie* in Jefferson County, Fla., eighteen miles East of Notice.

l Printed Velvets, White Georgia; ; Kerseys, Tin conducting Pipes, Sheet. Zinc, Sheet Lead. LeadPipe. Quincy, Fla.September. TOW from New York a large and ear Tallahassee, in the neighborhood of Waukeenah. It having demands against tho Ztat6<
receiving persons
Plaiun Cistern Woik of 20,1S51. 39 4m I choice land and in good repair with two hundred ALL
is
Georgia Pumps. Shop CoW-
d Hosiery. every description Leon
:! ? Ai ort _L\ fully selected Block of Books, embracing every William Jenkins, deceased, late of
O iaburjj, done ith oeatncss and dccjuiMi.: and sixty acres cleared. Land buyers come and see t
,'a., Heavy deportment of Literature, and with the stuck ou hand, ty, are notified to present them to the Adn inMf
Merchants( will find For Sale. ANDERSON PEELER.
Mfriuo Shii nnd Country it to their advantage for
I City a larger and more varied assortment than has ever jourselves. within the time required by law, or this notice *iube
i',' t .4 44 Draws to give them a call before purchasing else GUNNY BAGS suitable May 6. 1S54. 18 tf ma"
200 for picking Cot- been offered to this commnuity. Blank Books of every plead in bar; and those indebted will please

i Napkins. Towel, where.J35 ton. HODQKISS A SCOTT. size, and Ruling Stationery of the best description. Notice. payment immediately.
Scotch Diaper. : ? N. B. All our arliclcs tire manufactured from 19,1854. Administrator.
August 33 Bankers Case. Port Folio Envelope Buff White and JOSHUA W. SAUNDERS,
All offcred at the lowest prices for ea'li or approved .. the very boot material and warranted durable-no V Enamelled, different sizes. Drawing and Tissue Pa- A LL persons indebted to the undersigned forward immediately by account -- October 28. 1854. 8w 42. .........
of Messrs will be oflored for sale. to
une dr north Ilotig.ki other are requested come -
the Store
credit at October. 1854. 42 Notice. jr. Cutlery, Lithographic and Oil Paintings, Bagley'Gold acd settle either by cash or note ; saLe bassold Middle Circuit of Florid*-JH Leon Cvcutt Covrt.

8 ott vOet THE co-partnerebip of TUNNO, PINCKNEY & Pens"with or without cases. JIayuar it Noye, anxious to close his books as soon as posffolf George N. Heir 40 and is
7,1854. Public Notice. having been dissolved, the subscriber will con Harrison & Blackwood's Black and Rod Ink. Also a out ,. JOSEPH \vtillr.. Partners hading. Ac., as Heir 4 J(. Debt by Attach-
tinue the large variety of Fancy Articles. ment
Rust. I
MILES NASH & CO. rplIE 1 on suWriborbas hand. whirl, he a quantity has repaired of GUM for,various Pili.ls, <{-en FACTORAGE% AND COMMISSION BUSINESS JOHN McDOUGALL. -Centreville. Nov. 18. 1854. 46 Joseph A.vs.J. Roney. J

- Dealers in Drags, Medicine, &c., but who have not called and |jaid for them, pcrftoim and- on his own accotiat. B... Q. PINCKNEY. Jr.. October 14,1854. tf 41 Notice. rr*HE defendant and all other institution persons of the ntereatedI above

; TTOIJLD inform ttwr. fritvU anti th ( attachment
suit
; .titled
is this by
A Dilworth. day dissolved
l ,V they have on Karxl a wkM'nrtnicnt. \ of uli away by the Jlrrt day of February next, lie will -- era. Erskine by and plead to the declaration filed

rte'ta; a' are geni"rally '"'I'1 their "nfl "' u* "'" ruv ll,.' pililhip tn ''w "old at public outcry to tha REFERENCES.INCUAUAM FOUR small Farms iu Wakulla County, containing mutual consent The unfinished business of the firm therein to dated appear 13th November. 1854.
the said Messrs. -
; sAd will be receIving rrjfulurly firth siip1.lic. Their Itiglicit bidder Jo pny cipcnse
SII3 be .aaunI'l'. JOHN IIURODORPF.TIlahao'ck GOC'RDIS MATTniraSEN it Co. houses on the Fame. Enquire at this office. worth. November 18 1854. Sm 46

I iI term'T&1lilsaMets A jiril Vtb, J BIZ j 14 r lbOr. 4, 5 44 3m ChBiltlonS j>tembcrV, 1851. 55 tl Ootolxjr 11, 1854. 41 November 25, 1S1. 17 ,




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