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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 9, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY DYKE' & WILLIAMS. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. DECEMBER 9, 1854. VOLUME VINO- 49- i i' '

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, FLORIDA LEGISLAT RE. Nny-:Mr. Provenre-1. On motion of :Mr. Tracej, 'the'subject wus 'made the Sptc'cillt"- death of his,brother" ,-John'S.-Brooroe, late Adjutant ?General of the ;' .. :
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So said bill pub&eJtltlc as stated. tier for day after to-morrow. State of Florida. -t .,. I
Ordcred, to be certified to the House of Representatives. On motion the rule was waived, and Mr. Provence moved that a Which motion prevailed, and Messrs. Pope, Langford and .Gal- ,.'
11. SENATE.FRIDAY Bill! to he entitled an act to incorporate tho Tallahassee and Quiney Committee of three be appointed to establish the rates to be allowed braith were appointed said Committee. 4 ,
Plank Read Company: : the Printer elect for printing.Mr. On motion of Mr. Pope, the House: thea adjourned until Monday, '
On motion of Mr. Havves, the rule was waived, and the bill reada Myrick moved a3 a !substitute for said motion that the print. 12 o'clock, M. '.. : '
December 1 184.;)
: second time by its title and referred to tho Standing Committeeon ing be contracted for on the lowest possible terms, and thflt a select A '
fle,Senate met pursuant to adjournment. A quorum being pros Corporations. Committee be appointed for that purpose' : and upon the adoption of MONDAY, December 4, 1854. I
(:Jr. the proceedings of yesterday were readmd approved. On motion of :Mr. Ilawcs, ;5-ii'J; : substitute! the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Smith The House met pursuant to adjournment. f '.
, The President announced the following Standing Committee : The Rule was waived, :and leave given to :Mr. Stewart to introducea and! Myrick.\ and were : Oil motion, Mr. Shine took the Chair. "

Committee on Corporations.MESSRS. Bill without previous notice, to be entitled an act to repeal! the I Yeas-Messrs. (Gillis, Hopkins, :Myrick, Nicholson, Smith an.lTracey .! The Rev. Mr. Tydings' officiated as Chaplain. ,.' .....
PROVENCE, 10th! Section of the Seventh Chapter of the Laws relating to crimes -G. A q-iorum being present, the Journal, SaturdaytVai: read and '
1 ., GILLIS: and misdemeanors ; Nays-Mr. President, Messrs. Bird, Brinaon, Cone, Crigler, Fi- approved. i I ;' ,
HOPKINS, Which was read the first time and ordered for a secoid: reading: 'or, Hawe: ?, Long, Provence, and Stewart-10.S.i S. F. Jones, member elect fron: :Monroe presented hia certificate .

WYNN, on to-moirow. said substitute was lot.! ofel 'CtiOfl, and was duly sworn by D. Cameron, Esq., .Justice of :; ..
HAWES.On On motion of :\[r. Havves, Upon[ the adoption of the original motion, the yras and nays were the Peace. ;
motion of :Mr.\ Hopkins, the Memorial, Preamble and Resolutions Leave of absence was granted to Mr.\ Eppes, until Mond iy the : cilled for by Messrs. :Myrick\! and Smith, and were : Mr. ilbraith: moved that the Housa( proceed to' the election of a /.- *.

of the people of Columbia in relation to the establishment of a 11th int.On Y.-as-:Mr. President, Messrs.!" Bird!, Biiu::on, Cone, Crigler, Fi Speaker pro tern which motion was carried.: .
HanK and Internal Improvements in Florida, which on yetlerdaywas tno'.ion: the Senate: : adjourned until tom 10 o'clock, lor, Havves, Long, Provence and Stewart-10. 'I Mr. Galbraith nominated Mr. Carter Hillsb'ordugh; County. .

laid on the table, A. M. Nays-:Messrs. Gillis, Hopkins, Myrick, Nicholson, Smith and The vote was : .

Was placed among the Orders! of the Day. Tracy" G. For C.\RTER-'fess.rs. Baisden, Bowers, Christie, Dell, Dewett. -
l\j\ On motion of 31\ r. Long, SATURDAY, December 2d, 1854. So said motion was adopted. and :Messrs. Province, .Myrick and Fennell; Galbraith, Harris, Haynes, Jones of lIonrotLRgr rd. .

So much of r':1iJIcrnolbl: as: relates to Banks was referred to Tlie Senate met pursuant: to adjournment Long wcro appointed said Committee.On Ncel, Parsons, I'enn, Prescott, Rh k--c, _Rowley,'SbineSpeer,Taylor -
the Standing: ; Committee! on Corporations; The Rev. :Mr. Turner oiliciated as Chaplain.A motion, tho rule was waived, and leave was given to :Mr. I Thompson of Santa Rosa, Thompson ,of Lrsvy, VanZant, Wall
And so much :1C* Males: to I menial Improvements was referred to quorum being present, the journal yesterday's'S proceedings: Provence to introduce, without previous notice, a Bill to be entitled and Whit'hurst-2j. .
the Standing Committee! on the same.According \:. \\'a<: J''II** :\nIt 111'pro"l.'ILIr. 1--\n act to drain the Aluchua Savannah. Mr. Carter wa declared duly e'ectcd Speaker pro tern. ,
\ \ : to previous notice, !!\ Biin&on, announced to the Senate the death of Gen. John S. Said Bill! was read: by its title, and on motion ordered that 73copies On motion of Mr. Galbraith ominittee of th ce was. appointed,
:\tr. Hopkins: introduced a bill to be entitled An act to prevent Broome of Madison County, and moved that a Committee of three of the same be printed (for the use of the .Senate.On consisting of :Messrs.\ Galbraith, C uistie and Sjietr' to conduct the .
I fraudulent voting !n this .Stale ; be appointed, to act with similar Committee on juirt of tho House, motion, the rule was waived, and leave was given to Mr. Speaker pro tern to the Chair. .' f
Which was read the fir.xt: lime, and ordered for a second reading to draft Resolutions expressive of the deep regret felt by the members (I'rovence to present two memorials from the members of the Bar of Tho Speaker pro tern. returned his thanks to the House in.a brief '.. ''. '
on to-morrovr. of the (;Icncral Assembly! at t'le death of the brother! of his Ex. the Eastern Judicial Circuit, recommending:: a division of the same: ai'dress.'' -. '
!Mr.\ Provence gave notice that on pomp future day he will introduce cellency the Governor, and late Adjutant: General of the State of into two Judicial", : Circuits ; Notice was given intention to introduce the following- bills at L
a bill to b, l'ntithln act amendatory of the revenue laws of Floiida., Also! that An act be passed enabling the Judges of all the Circuit some future day : : '.
this Sf:tt('. Which motion was j asscd, and :Messrs. Brinson, Gillis and Havves Courts in this State to hold adjourned term!' By Mr. Galbraith : :-
Mr. Hopkins gave: notice that on to-morrow he wi'l introduce a appointed) !said Committee.On Both! memorials were read, and on motion: referred to the Committee A Bill to be entitled! An act to incorporate Leon Lodge No. 5.
bill to I b? entitled: Art act governing Judges of Probate in certaint motion of :Mr. Brinson, the Senate adjourned until Tuesday) on the Judiciary. I. O. O. F. ]; .*
vH j"5 9 morning next, 10 o'clock. On motion, the rule was'waived, and :\Myrick: gave notice, that By Mr.: Baisden : \,
* I AUo a bill to be entitled An act to prevent the abduction of slaves he: would on some future day, introduce a Bill to amend the service A bill to be entitled an act amendatory of an act entitled an act .
\J from this State. TUESDAY, December 5, 1851. necessary to be given by the Sheriff, and other officers, serving! to am(>nd the first clause of the Sixth Article of the Constitution of f
\; \1 r. Brinson: : save: notice thai: on pome future day !he' will introduce! The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Writs' Subpoenas, or other process in the Circuit, and other Court this Stat -, r

a bill, to be (,entitled An act to prohibit unqualified( per>ons from belling The Rev. :'tl r. Turner oiliciated: as Chaplain., of this Stale. By Mr. Thompson, of Levy : ,
"-. drugs and medicines, and 1 for other! purposes.) A quorum being present, the Journal of Saturday's proceedings I On I .motion, the Senate adjourned until to-morrow morning, 10 A bill to be entitled an act to amend the Patrol Laws of tali I- -
r )Ir. IIawes :gave notice that 0:1 some future day: he will introduce was read: and appiovcd.) ( OCIGCK. State. : I I
i a bill to ba entitled An act to- change the boundaries. !' of Orange. :Mr.' Brinson gave notice that on some future day he will introducea ByMr.: Harris : _? -. ..' .1
'., County ; bill to be entitled An act granting alternate sections of swamp and WEDNESDAY, December 0, 1851. A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to *
.AUo! a bill to be entitled: An art granting alternate !sections off overflowed! lands for the purpose' ) of removing obstructions in tho Su- The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.Rev. grant pre-emption rights to settlers on State: Lands, approved Dee. ..
warn p linds to the Palatka and Micanopy: Plank Road Company: ': : wannoe River. Mr. Turner officiated as Chaplain.A ', 30,1852. ... ::

find for olUer: purposes. William 1... Criglcr Senator elect, from the second Sentorial: District quorum being present, the Journal of yesterday was [read, By Mr. Haddock : :, .
:Mr. Filor gave notice that he will on some future day ask leaver !presented: his certificate and was duly sworn by C. II Austin am'MuU-d a lid approved. i A bill to be entitled an act to legitimatize Lucinda Read; of Ham- -
r introduce bill to be ('utitlt'dn act in relation to pilotage at the f ilton County, and for other ,
a Notary Polic.Pursuant Pursuant to previous!' noticl'11': Hopkins introduced a bill to be purposes. : i,
F- poit :i :Al-o, a bill to 'c C'ntitl.u11 act to amend An act relative to ('titled; An nl'lto incorporate' tho P.ilatka! And! :Micanopy IJlaukItll Which was read the first time, rule waived, and read the second A bill to amend tIll> Fifth Section of Article Sixtli of the Consti: -

f, crime and !misdemeanors, :\ Citmpain: ; time, when, on motion, it was referred to the Committee on the Ju ; tution of the State of Florida, relative to duelling. -
,-1; The Select; Committee 0:1: printing: made the following! repol: : Wllich:1') lead the first lime by) i's title! and ordered f for a second diciary.Mr. Also, a bill to be entitled an act to repeal so much of the act : ;
The Select Comiuhtie! appointed to contract on the lowest ft'rlHp .* rending on to-morrow. I : Ilawcs presented the memorial of!. H. Bronson, W. A. For- passed November 7, 1828, as makes it necessary for the relinquish '
-:\ctiC:11111', for lln printing! of the Senate:; have considered::. tho subject Pursuant: to previous nnticr11': Filor introduced a bill to be en I wmlr., D 'Io;;<'kr and others, in relation to the contemplated ment of Dowers. ? j.By j. t

and beg; leave to lepoit! as follows, : titll'cl11 act t to amend All act relative to Crimes and Misdemean-l j i Plank: I Iload! fiom, Pilatka to Micanopy. which was read, and on mo Mr. Rowley} : -
The Co:nmltti'c called\ on )lr. Dyke, the! printer o ccled }by the 01 s ; |,I tion, rl'l-'rrt.J to the Committee on Corporations.Mr. A bill for the preservation: of game in Santa: Rosa aad.Escambia .
Se-iatu. t..) piiut for the! present' : ;!: ses Ion, who propo-ci' j in writing as Which was: read the first time and ordered for a second readingon I Pros ellce, from the Committee on Corporations, made the following !- Counties. I.
follows : to-monow. : report: By Mr.: Bowers : .
FLf.WU:> OI-TIn, The Joint Select Convnitteo appointed to draft Resolution: ] : exprcssivc I The Committee on Corporations have had! under! consideration; a A bill authorizing James !r. C-jekrofT to establish" toll bridge :. c ;
I. #TALLAHASSEE.. nth, l-:; J1. of t IK! PPIISU of the General; Assembly) in ref-rencc to the bill: ('utitl'II"n Act to incorporate the Tallahassee and Quincy across East River in Walton County and t for other purposes.. ."* .' t!
Hoa.; J. T. Mvnrrx, death uf (jcu.\ John :S. Broome, made: the following report : : Plank !Road Company," and through me, their Chairman, respectfully By. Mr. Carter: ;. t C :'
.* !. .1.4 l..O.MJ: Ths Committee to whom was referred f the duty of dralting i variations :; I A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Doctor A. S. Speer '' i\> :] ,
G.: K.; HAWK*, expressive! of the deep legret felt by tho members! of the, General REPORT : and Arthur Ginn. '*$ 'f
Gt-afrms-i! -!Having: b.-cn: ejected. printer to the Senate, I prrpo ;;e Assembly! at the. (leathif (;loneral: John! $. Broome brother! oi Thai they recommend the passage' of the said: bill with the follow- Pursuant to previous notice; :Mr. Parsons Introduced the following ?: -
to do tn! printing' : on th! <. terms :1 :a'c"lll1po1! an.I paid) by the last two his Excellency< the Governor, and late. Adjutant General of the Stale ing additional section, viz : bills : '.' :* t.
k'ssimii of the! General: \ .ssenib1v---tIitt: i?, 82: 00) perpige' for 500 of Florida, bez.r leave to oiler the following! ; prea'tible and .resolutions: : SI;:('. 1.1. Je further enacted, That the construction and building A bill to be entitled An act to authorize Neill itfonroe to establish" 1 f
"- copies, f 11; ibe daily! blips! flf proceeding*! .'H.1| all ti: \prilltini', !lIch: by sudden( death, ( en.,\ JOHN: :S. BKOOMK, a ilUtiiigi'ished' fellow! I ty-four months from the date of the approval of this bill ; otherwise, A bill! to be entitled An Act authorize' .. Henry Benner to establish t..f!
n' 1,,t'lJ.t1Y::, Mills,:! Slips, &?., CIUliiflg! :' 75 coies. Th-e prices are citizen, late Adjutant <:....":...l of .l... Mi-ir: .. .,r nrj;:' ,. lIft Brother I ->H t'ie' power, privileges and immunities herein before granted, shallbe a ferry across the Withlacoochee :Ricn1; .. : ', f-
r I co.is-iile.ed,; reasonable and just, and as afluniitig bat a moderate of our (piescnt worthy Chief Magistrate, Governor Broome j; ..AtliZI r'..c-to; (' and anmncd. I And_ a ,bill to entitled .an act authorize Allen' ,.Monclia' to es- -.' -: : '
coupeii&ation: for the service leqiiired. Whereas, it i i.s proper that this Assembly: should! give tome public *-..-.-... *.rkO\C:*V/'K". t-aliaIL a toj!! j hri4l'e rThu across the Wiihliicoochee: Rir r. ... \.-., ',.!.* ,.; '' 'J'I
( Very Re.spjctfiillv, Ac.: expression' of their feelings! and sympathies ono; mournful an Chairman. I time- -:;their"lilies, and LiI LP.I----referred .lo CdmuiiUee/oo. '--- -- Cojporations::; i *. : ,-:

(Signed,) CII'ARLCS E. DYKE. occasion. : Thereloie be it Which report was received, and tho amendment as proposed Pursuant: to previous notice. Mr. BaTsden: Introduced a bll to> be \

: .\ majority: t oft'.ie: Committee, finding) from the Journals, of the: LiUSeirite 1. Itesnhcd! $$-C., That we tender our deepest sympalhies to the was adopted, and the bill placed among the Orders of the Day fora entitled An act to aalhorize Andrew. J. Smiley 1 ; .a minor;; awutne. :

' tint the! leimsh-ve; prop ised are tho! sanii that: were agreed family of the deceased I, and to (Gov.; Brooms, in this their ;great afilic- second reading on to.morrow. the management of his own estate; __ ... ,' I,..
made tho
ti) ;.t th lit s?..'i i'lJ! of the :tewlt.t ', when Joseph Cii>by wa 'e'-led' ti.m.II\ < and contractp.J.: ; with, instruct the undersigned! i tl' repoit, that the is derived$ from a Knowledge that the! character nlll.irtue8 of the following; repoit : on to-morrow. ':.t:
d':5.dillt :1.... Dvle the deceased, were fully known and appreciated I by his fellow-citizen" t' The Special' Committee, to whom was assigned the duty of fixing ;. .
contract his: b.vi: : on terms i pioposed! by Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Penn i introdtiee4 t a bill to Se entitled -
Rcwlrcd That the death of Gen.; Broome, the the rates of compensation to be allowed to the Printer elect, for i :
Be il "
him.f 2. further by I An act to restore the force !and operation of!:, thegeneraI,1av3! .: \ j_
f All of which i U rpep-'ctfully! sulmitlcd. State has. been deprived of one of her\ Idest! mott useful, exemplaryand printing, through me, their Chairman, beg leave to1tEl'O1t1' \ of this State in relation to the migration of free prBoiis of color into J f.'.Ii I ..

'f Mr.f 3I I.\\ I iiek! final: ti-! same Committee! : made the following mino public spirited citiZl'ns-ono whose! public and pli"atn'irtu's : viz this State ; .. '.; l'.|: .
ity l : lie wortiiv! of respect and,,. imitati-m. If to love, omie'country< to That they have agreed) upon the following. : $1,50 per page ; Which was read the first time the rule waived, read the second ,- tc''

Tiie riport IIJ!; !lerM: I\I.\ (Chninnan of the Select ComT.itlee appointed obey the law, to defend its rights Mid institutions, :lId to labor and |I I for five hundred copies of miscellineous the Journal' : counting one copy such :and Re-I time by its title, and ordered be engrossed: for a third reading on t :' *. r%t t.
words for
interest be of public! commendation? cent hundred : printing' as *"
its
tu ly to promote deserving I per ?,1!
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th! S-Tnte I t" leave lis f till of the to-morrow. /
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'vifsii: J Co'iirniitff: : n'I. to give his re a ous therefor.Uv. t.clIllo! we award our priie; to the deceased, for he possessed those 1 noi t?: Bills. Mips, &c., counting 75 copies. D. PROVENCE, I, Pursuant to prcviounotice, :Mr. (Galbraltli; introduced a bill to be ;} t

Tiie livji; ;e of the notice making: and appointing\ said= Com viitues, which both in the public ollicer aod tin', 1'1' i\ttl' cili/.en, are CI lurmll1.. : 'i iWhich entitled An act to amend An act to provide the.payment of Jn- =r"L
so absolutely necessary for the preservation of our republican! in-ti- and State Witnesses, approved Ja Suary $, ISIS .C
'j niUeoin: lihopinion, viitually rescin \$ ll1cla nnuls the motion tlecnj ; rors j t ,
: Clivta! J E such Pri-iter, the fact that! : iiid i tutiiuis anil! the success of popular governments. (Our) young State was read and adopted. Which was read the first time, the rule ,wavedread "the second .1[} .:; .
Dyke as except
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has lost. one whom sin- can ill sparo" in the! tempest; which our political On uition, the rule was waived, and Mr. Pro"eI1Cl':1S permitted and referred Select Committee of : 3":
DJ) kt' .101'5 ijrric,; j0 do and fiiiniih: tlu.% printing: fur the Senate: : upon notice bill to be entitled An time by its title, to a << consisting t
aliowa fast :1111in\ which the South to introduce, without previous a .*
the 111"'itt term'r. horizon: to be approaching Messrs.( Galbraith, Thompson of Santa: Rcsn and Bellamy.. > -- t
will wed the service- all! her sons! -ouo! whose talents and character Act relating; to documentary evidence, which bill was read the first notice ) Carter introduced bill to be :-
Pursuant Ir. -
2.1.' 'ilie 11I1II'rnr',1! ('tl{ made known to (ho mljol i'y of tho said. to previous a .' {
him do service in tho defence of lime and ordered for a second leading to-morrow.
C ; motion the ru'e waived'. and ..!Ir. Wynn was allowed : (
and\ :Southern) institutions.: On was .
State: rights :: : .
IP", a printer h the city of Tallahassee! ofl'i lug to do the printing' entitled An Act ,others; ., : ,
lie ; JicsuJced, That the Secretary of the Senate berequested I without picvious notic., to hit otlucc n Bill to Lu t" .
of the :Senate follows 000 of the Journal :Ji. further : i Which was read the first time and ordered for a second reading .-'. t"
( rurnii-hing copies
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of the relief ol Dr. C. A. (Hentz
t to semi a of these resolutions to tho family for the ; i .
c Cdunti'ig 011,' cOI'J nt e 1 50 per page, also for daily slips of (pro- deceased and to Governor copy Broome. I Which was read the first time, and ordered for a sccon reading to-morrow. '** r'f-JDelivery { ...J. : ;!'
*c-odiag6: ;; and\ all other! rnisctlianeous piinting; such as reports! of the I Mr. Carter introduced a rcslutlon to declare .Manatee; a Port of : iJ
WILLIAM I A. BRINSON, on to-morrow. / *
k; Senate\ Hills! Slips, &c., at J of a cent per 100 words, counting 75 Chaiiman of \lIl1tl" Committee.TI10S. : On motion: the rule was waived, and Mr.: Crigler, was allowed, I l ; ; ." :| :;f'
r? copies,) for a le..e amount by some 20 per cent than Mr. Dyke, anl:! LANUFOKD.Chairman ( ithout previous notice, to intro Juco a Bill to bu entitled, An Act Which was read the first time and ordered for a ,second: reading { .1 t : ,
in view make this his on to-morrow. ( l
; of these facts feels bound to ininoiity repoit. (Interest :
1, :3J. That in dlsagret-ing: with the Conviiittee the undersigned is of House Committee. concerning Which was read ;the first time and ordered for second reading on Senate !bill to be entitled an act to empower John Richard Bradford ** ,T. f :
actuated\ solely I')' a sense of duty, which he>: owes to his constituents Which'' repoit was adopted. I a minor, to assume the management of his own estate, was I './ "
The. Senate Committee to whom was referred the contested election to-moirovv. read the first time and ordered for second ". r
at home, as well as of the Slate, whose Constitution! he has: swoin ORDERS OF THE DAY.A ,reading: tq-niprrovy. r
J. Duncan and J. Stewart made the I
J. henry ,
between William On motion the House to-niorrovv 1Q .*
adjourned.tintil morning
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i to and feels bound to pee that no \ belonging to the tJ
snppo't, money Bill to be Entitled, An Act to Incorporate the Palatka and :Mic -
following report : o'clock 8-
:Stttc'i'ieasury; should bo unnecessarily squandered: politcally) or otherwise
The Select! Committee to whom was referred the evidence in the anopy Plank Road Company : 't'. ,:i
and rcepcctfullv submits the fcame. of ihf contested election between William J. J. Duncan, and Came up on a seer.nd reading ; the rule was waived, the Bill .I .- nt .
MYRICK case TUESDAY, December 5th, 1854. .11"'
JOHN: T.
Henry J. Stewart, Senator from the twelfth( Senatorial District, have read by its title, and on motion, was referred to the Committee on x .'
r Chairman of Select Committee of the Senate. had the subject under consideration, and beg leave to I Corporations.A The House met pursuant: to adjournment. '."' t 1
Upon thcadoption of the maioritv Ilenoit of said: Committee, REPORT : : Bill to be entitled. An Act to amend An Act entitled An Act The Rev. :Mr. Tydings otficiaied.;s Chaplain. U

; .. t.hecas iindverc and: nays were called for by Messrs.I Smith and Tracey, That they have failed to agree and respectfully report the same relative to crimes and misdemeanors! ; A quorum being present, tho- Journal of yesterday was read, -"- ;,Eij' j

Y.-aa-Mr. Prl'-ident! MessTS. back'lo the Senate, and ask to be discharged! from the further con- Was lead the second time, when, on motion, the Senate went into amended and approved.James : ; :.
: ..nd t"lrt7.L Bird, Brinson! Cone, Hnwes, Long Mdeialion) of the same, and respectfully recommend that the Senate Committee of the Whole upon said! Bill, Mr. Havves in the Chair. Brown, member elect from Washington County, presentedhis .,',*;, F1
Nays-Messrs. Enpes, Filor Gillis into Committee of tho Wholo on the subject us caily assible. pos-; After some time pent therein; the Comn'il'ee' rose; and through ; certificate eleclion. and was duly! sworn by C. H. Austin, Esq., ]: n j', -
L Provence, Smith! and Tracey-, 9. Hopkins, Myrick: Nicholson, I go their Chairman reported the Bill back to the Senate, with amendments Justice of.the Peace. "" z,. :". ) -. .

So said Report was not conturred in. E. D. TRACY, and asked. to bu discharged. On motion, Mr. Fennell! was added to the'Comraitteo, on Corpo-. -: $
t. Chairman. Which was concurred in, and the Bill as amended was read the rations and Internal Improvements. ? .. .*-- .. ,;= -:_ .
The Select- Committee '
appointed to select a Chaplain, reported and read.ORDERS second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a third; reading on Mr. Fennell gave notice that he ",(mId on come future 'dajr' ask .; t :, ;
that.they had secured tho services of the Rev. :\1 r. Turner, and that Which! was received '. '.- { E.
to.morrow. leave( to introduce a bill to amend the several acts reI3ing'to! Gamng. t-
lie will be in attendance on to-morrow. OF TIlE DAY.A .- .
A Bill to bo entitled, An Act to authorize the Drainage: of Alaohua .- ; r &
Tlie following message from the House was received and read: bill to be entitled An act to prevent fraudulent voting was read I : Savannah ; Mr.. Russell, gave notice t11at I he w ulJ.o some. futreday uk 1; :

t. IIOt'E OF nErRF.m,::>TA\l\'F. l the second time t Was read! the second time, when, on motion, it was referred to (leave to introduce a bill to be entitled.An actto Ltgalizetberoceed.ings II) _.;
Friday, December, 1, 1851. j jtlon. And on motion was referred! to the) Committee on time Judi iary. the Committee on Internal Improvements. of the Judge of Probate of St..Lucia.County ; _%;.>:...... ; :. t ': : .. r.
President of the Senate : A bill to I he enlitled, An act to repeal the 19th section of the 7th On motion of Mr. Tracy, the Senate adjourned until to.morrow .Also, a bill to be entitJe .An act to change,the amooft.Lucia i ,itr.

SIRThe RepOrt of the Joint Select Committee on Rules has chapter ofthe laws relating to Crimes and Misdemeanors ; morning, 10 o'clock. County and-for other purposes. ,,,.f.. '. c* ,. # '*, ; l' .. ': ....-. tI.atMr. :
wn,referred back by this House to said Committee. On: motion, referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.On --- -r Langford introduced a.Preamble, and Resolution relative to ... \.t1! ;

Very: respectfully, motion of Mr. Myrick, H'OUSE.SATURDAY Suwannee River ; t _. .? 31 .. s-' '*,:; 'f .-
HUGH A. CORLEY, The rule was waived i : and the report of tin minority of the Committee Which\ was read the first time. and ordered :for a son. reading .:' -

Clerk Ho. Reps. Printing taken up and read. December 2, 1S5-L: ta-morrowv: ; ..< ,. .v"
On motion! of Mr. Havves, the Rules* were waived and leave: giv. Mr. Myrick moved its adoption, on which question the yeas: and Tlie House met pursuant" to adjournment.*: The Committee on Propositions and Grievances,made the following t :

fn Mr. Myrick to introduce a Bill, according to previous notice, to nays were called'for )by McssrsSmith; and Tracey i arid were : Tho Rev. Mr. Tydings officiated as Chaplain. Report : ., ;T .' t --
1 ba entitled-an act for the relief of John B. Anderson, of Jackson Yeas-:Mtssrs.: Giilis: Hopkins, Myrick, Nicholson, Smith and A quorum being present; the journal of yesterday was read and The Committee to. whom \\M. referred,a.:Bill. l to,., be entitled An p
Truct.NJysf. C. act for the relief Watson had the under 'i4" -
County; ) -' :approved. I. Leggett, haring- same
t Which was read the first time the rule waived, and .read a second : r. President, 1\Ic-sts: Bird, Brinson, Cone, Crigler, Filor, A message was recekedIrorn! the. Senate transmitting; Senate billto consideration, beg.leave'toREPORT '. .
time by its title, and referred to'thc Committee on Claims and Ac. Ilawcs, Long, Provence: Stewart and \V\hn-11. be entitled An act to empower John Richard Bradford, a minor, : / .

tount So'aaM !motion was lost. to ass'ume the management of his own estate, as having passed that That your Committee think it would bo r-BJtbiishing: a-bid .precedent
ORDERS OF THE DVY'; On motion of Mr.; Tracey the rule was waived, nnd the Senate body ; .. to recommend the passage of said bill, and would therefore report :
Engrossed Bill to be entitled t{ Richard into Committee of tho"Vholo on the Petition of William 1'J. J. the '
an net to empower John : went Which was read and thc bill placed among tbo Orders of against its passage. "* '
Bradford, a minor to auuirie tho management of his own'estate ; Duncan, ontestant: of die Senatorial Election i in the Twelfth! Senatorial Day. All which is respectfully sub tt.ed. ... ., :
t Was read thi third time. District Mr. Provence in the Chair ; an I after some time Mr. Pope announced to the House the death of Gen. John S. Iy. 'P.;'PENN; Chairmao.- < : .

On the qdcstion of its passage the vole was : spent i therein! the Committee rose and by their ,Chairman reportedsaid Broomo of Madison County, and moved,that a .ommittee of three GILES'BOWERS'a. .
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.: .cas-1r. rfcidcnl'; Mpssr8\ Bird, Brinsou, Cone, Eppe, Filor, petition back to the Senate. be appointed to act with .a similar Commit :e on the part"of the S. P. JONES ;x :L 11
VndTrft !!. lIopkil1 L'rlllg, M'VI'rk f Nicholson, Smith, Stewart On motion of Mr.\ Havves! 75 copies of tho evidence in the con Senate, for the purpose! of drafting resolutions of condolence withi E. J. DUMWKTT.f -:
., 45, t lostei t election was\ ordered to be rrinted for the use of the Senate. i His Excellency,




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Ett \ -- 1----! Contested fnctK ll'rj.J to the-p-titi-ni occupied tic D.Inlicracy <- import Yfe ** p rwwt f tfe OmmT (t\
: Hamilton ftD
tt4 ./ \Which wareceivedandthebffl'paeedamdb'gcOrdcrs! of the So the bill! passed, title M stated: Electon view of the tenni of the! Act of Congress
of the Th' rnllnTt
niln defeated
th.
) \ Thursday disposed of the U u jh temporarily
The Senate
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that the be certified to the Senate. on
It: Ordered! same
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to thr fund
the :
grant) appropriate HI .
roarr.crindicated. : al,,,,
:::, .t ,(-',i'' The Committee on Propositions and Grievances made the follow- Senate bill to be entitled An act to empower John Richard Bradford eontest for the Senatorial seat from lan: }toa: ia mo*, t'fUie of fanatical: mm slavrnoldrng Clement, they fc't.itrs till by pr afonI?.ent a combination rallying I. TI.k.1 a'.lhoKgh: a I'H.IDUUUY; ri'-t'Ptil'n Twill

.::.J \;- ,:: UQIKUt( : S a minor, to assume the management of his own estate ;' \\y sending the matter hack to the pcoplo of not nit\ tit-p to c%*i.lcT. :- nay lnrrverof tL
nf tho Constitution
: hl f the firnd and the :
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\.tI, %",'Ii r i. The Coimuittfo to whom I \vn* It'u'm'tt11m: : to ho entitled An act Was read the third time and put upon its passage, opo which the lie District. The action of the Senate was Uiiiuti.p. The noble *:anJ I .>f Illinois i 3 full of instructive kind may be very readily! rcmnrni,tltouM tl0"ncr"at

., tor' llis relief of Jose Vigil, having had the same under consideration vote was : Assembly ileure to take lu-ti-.n id: tic irer..isc_
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bus : lees-ma. In that gallant State the
.t p_ Baisden Bowers Brown. Carter expressed and cheering
Y Christie
'.; beg leave to casl'iHI. Cblils, Nor will I tlelty to d'ucuss the relative
of, '. (;alhraith Haddock! Harris Whereas It to the Senate that Democracy triumphed ip.nthe elearan&l naked qucstiou advantage Oi
I'.t REPORT: 01)<, ]r1 Haynes, 101n:1] ,, ,, appears collegiate aud academic education, at Lest
7-ft. Johnston Nassau, Parsons, Penn, Pope, Porter 'lie election laws of this State were materialV f of devotion to the constitutional rights of all ceotions fitti

?8&v '11 la t.ii; con&'doralinii: 1 of the 1 largo number of signatures in favor Riviere, Rowley Shine, Speer, Thompson of Levy, Thompson, PreH'ot.of disregarded t in the elec-tron of Senator from -and, in the o'her northern and western Stnlvt the youth of our couutry to grapple with t pr t

4-c', of Mr.ViU I- and tile ret-jwtnlillity of the 1 same, your Committee Santa Rosa VanZnnt, Whitehurstand lie 12th Senatorial Dstric and that it does the Democracy fought to the IJ1*t,L4ckeJ by tL cal i tlitt of life awl to sustain the diataeter of 1IIe-
: J." would recommend the of hill for his iclief. Zeill'r-0. COJ1.1 tot citizen These are qnestion in rrfr rrnee to
respectfully I Henry I
.. .4 1 passage a Nays-Messrs. Dewitt, Dummett) Jones Langfordand lot appear that either sitting member I stitution and the Union. Ou thU point we 1rLkJ.
',t :r. .P All of \\lrich is submitted: individual may very honestly differ; L.t tile
I..u .. rcypectlully Taylor 5. J. Stewart W. J. J. Duncan the e >ntestant better than quote the eloquent and cheering languageof .: on-

J.. ',_., .:; J. I). PENN, ChairmaH.JILES 1 So the bill-passed, title as stated.. are legally elected to the Senate, therefore tho Mobile tt'gister that the Democratic party 01 i : great. ianportant interesting question tnt.uj
f ( BOWERS termine is, what u it practicable for us to ds i..*
Ordered that the same he crtifl.d to the Senate. ; it i.Ordltl is the Union is now passing through the dark period,
01" : JOS. B. CHRISTIE vacated and S ice to tbe appropriation of thin mugrjlficwrt(
That said seat bo Ma
Resolution to declare of .
((a port delivery ; "ju!t before Jay:o\'trcll't by "the clouds of gloom
JI'1'It.10! '." S. F. JONES, Was read the third time and the enid contested election be referred to the most efficiently to promote the cause of t OD
atopwd. I which have been heaped from tLe L..rUon of a public
'!:':7'r.' ./ K. J. DUMMETr.Which Ordered that the Fame be ( the Senate.A lagal voters of the District. unsettled, disorganized up and bewildered by and to sustain and advance the character vf oar State

Cq. was received, and the Hill placed the Orders of 9 S. opinion Tbe bare mention of a "State University"
l among the relief W. Adopted-yeas nays or
bill to be entitled An act fO \atsol Leggett ; the phantasms of a thousand i!ms. It has been pertinently M

.P : the Day. .I Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the .We have read the testimony in this case, uski-d, if the Democracy i is defeated who has Collage: suggests to tile mind all that is pAimagnificent
The Committee on Enrolled and Engrossed Bills reported correctly I and attractive in civilizjtion
:. vote was : and think that the Senate did light in remanding triumphed I No faction opposed to the Democracycan and refiw.
engrossed a Hill! to h* ('ntitll'd.n act to restore the force but it i i. when
: ment ouly mece
Yea Messrs. Carter Dell]! ; crowns the
Brown Haynes
l <- efto
Iaddock. I\ns the There is claim the and I it is ccrtaiu that the di
the the matter to people. victory relation migration
.jo. i: ,' and operation' of the SC'IJt"rlllaws of this State in to Johnston, Jones of Parsons Pope, Prescot Speer, Thompson that this result n realized for of all the doleful objects
;, of free of color into this State. nF8:1. no doubt hut that the laws were, in elements which oom.jx>ae the successful fusion,
j ft persons of Levy, YanZant, mil Whitdmrst-Ht ecctiol that can D* presented to the view, I iDII.
or
.. 1" Which report was received, and the Bill placed among the Orders Nays-.Messrs. Howl'I'WtJ Chaires, Coombs Dewitt, Dummett, the language of Mr. Long's motion, ma e- cannot administer the Government in harmony. The I none more impressively mournful than the &iert,I

ii, :...tt. .Y' of the DtJ.t ) HoJa"an. .1 I ones of Monroe, Lsngford.Pemi, Porter, Row ley,Shine, duly disregarded," and under the circumstances only stands rational on a sure party And that well po!sesses defined unity foundation of pr-.uciplel\nd is the !; lulls of a "College" edifice. To sustain aa rn_!ituUoii -

t ; : t1: ORDERS OF THE DAY. : Zeigler-1-1. and in order to prevent similar recurrences democratic party. And it ia only party too, that can of this high grade, whose design fc to affird M.

'. .J', S A Hill to he entitled) An act to authorize Andrew Smiley, aminor So the bill passed, title as stated.Ordered in future the action had cess to the whole range of science three circumstances
... was save the Union, for it is the only party that stands
tlC
Mj, to assumo 1 the 1 management 0 fl".I; that the same lie certified to the Seaate. muat concur,*iz: fucatiunpopiJjti'jn.n,
called for and Cut to the Constitution, which is at once the bond veulth./
't1-..f'": Was read th,' second time, and ordered to he engrossed for a Upon motion, a call of the House was ordered, and upon calling proper. 17 regard tq the first. it \a very clear to my mind that
and shibboleth of the Union. It is well .Ir the Democracy -
.; : 4 ; third rending on: to-morrow. the roll the following mrmbers answered to their names.Mesrs. : | fie location t>t a College in Florida, will ,
ieTer
: :1 t'. A Bill to he entitled! .n act to extend political equality to Igna- Hisdll. Rowers, Brown, Caiter, Chaires, Christie, Death of Gen JP. Daval. that this loulvtr\ement has come so early- t.attract students from abroad. Nobody north mtj

.; : .::.. tio Ph.-dcs:. and others ; Coombs, Dell, Dewitt. Dnmmett, 1 Harris 1 I Ilaxnes I El ol Iowan, Johnston I This gentleman, s ) long : citizen of Flori.da giving it two years for reaction two years for rail v ing j j will ever tJ uk or sc cting a College in Florida to of BI

r', ;,; Was read the second time, and ordered to he engrossed for a Jones of .Ionro. Jones of Nassau: Langford, Parsons, Penn, !I breathed his last in this city on Thursday its friends to its standard nailed to the mast an j j his boy to receive his education. There is In tie mludtI lend

Porter Riuere{ Rowley Shine, Speer, Ti ylor, I I promising freedom of opinion an I conscience, justice
third ,
to-monow. Pope last. the -
; reading on ( < I He r was the brother of distinguished I of persons living north us, a strong
>1 ? of Rosa VanZ.int Wall to all sections, and between the States. The pr jodict i, to
: volution to declare Manatee a Port of Delin.ry3S ; Thompson of Levy, Thompson Slta equality
and lamented Gen. W. P. Duval, and like the healthfulness of our climate, and bowtvtr
k". '*. *" \\' read tho second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a Whitehurst and Zeiler-83. reaction must come. In the midst of ths anarchy of unfounded

u P;i:;,;'li':*, third reading on to-mmrow. Further procerdilgi utuhr the call vrerc dispensed vith.A him was intimately connected with the early) opinion that now prevails, good citizens, al.-.rrned f. r this prejudice may be, yet has it'bmeii sut'1\.

:. "SI :. Senate Hill to he entitled, An act to empower John Richard Hrnd- ni to be entitled, An Act for the relief of Jose Vi-jil ; American settlement of the Territory. leI the Republic! wLi--h n put jeopardy: by it, will seek dent to preTt'nt.'cry effectually, any very great im-
into this section We
I : migratiou of the 8fjife. shall
*4 ." ford, a minor, to assume the management of his own estate ; read the third time, and put upon its passage, upon which .I was a Captain in tho last nrit h'war, and for some life boat which, fat anchored t) principle
citizens
I I" have then to look exclusively to our own to
; Was read the second time and ordered for a third reading on to- the vote was : served with distinction on the Canada fron. is able to ride out the storms which crazy politicial 8, .

t'Vi;: i morrow.r Yeas-Messrs. Baisden, Bower, Br )'."'1. Carter, (hiT, Christie clergy and enthusiasts have madly let louse from the j I furnish tLe students necessary to give ruetest to the
tier. In to his boh: Housesof and this brings to tie) second consideration.
r ..i. Engrossed Hill to ho entitled, An act t to restore the force and opcratiou Coombs Dl'l. larr., Hnyne! Johnston, JUles of Monroe, Iepc memory cave of 1-.1 Iua.. It is the mission of the great democratic I ontsrprizc ; us -

: '.' S of the general laws of this: State in relation! to the migration I Jones of Xa al, Pt'll. ., Toiler, "rscot. Speer, Thompson of the Legislature adjourned over to attend party, under whose statesmanship Republic! viz: hate we the "population" to sustain o*",

: "" '". of Santa ifosa and \% liitelinrstt21.NavsMesis. his funeral much lees two u Uuiversitic within the limits of our
which took
: State
( : of free persons of color intn this ; Levy Thompson) p'aco yesterday. has trodden the pathway of iU grand destiny: for seventy -
lv-1 : its third rending and was postponed until t I-x\itt, Dummett, Langford!, Rowley, State I The i idea ii simpJl1U'eposterotul. aud to at-
: ::: : CW.lt up on .morrow'l I olalm. years, again to save it, aIt has done often before
: for the relief of Watson "'. Shine,Ta\lor and tempt to iuforce its preposterousness by argument
.: : '. A hill to he cntltledn act r'a ; \w7ant:1 Phrenolog'e for none other can save it. And if the Democratic -
: .II .-' Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for 3 third : So the bill passed, as ', '\ are Professor D, would it seem tome be an insult to the under.taod.g. -
( say : cannot save the Union' it must apply iti
H -" .' t lending" on to-morrow., Ordered that the same be certified to'thp Senate.A McMutiE.Y party I i[ I need orjy nf"'you to the amount of the tD.t're .
\ t' Phrenologist has taken a room great State Rights principles to tbe salvation of the
: 'Y.: A hill to )he 'ntitlt'dn act for the relief of Jose Vigil; Bill! to be enti:led, .\1 Act to extend political l equality to Igna-: vote of the State iu the recent elections, or, per-
0 'n the Southern of the when the Union
over of the Hotel portion Republic t
Dining
!S ': Was read the second time, and oidered to'heengrosteJfor a third tio Phalcs and others ; room City laps as more germaia to the subject, the statistics

I..,:,:-\I.--.. reading I on to-morrnw. Came up on its third reading and was postponed, and made the I where he will ho happy to make Phrenologi- shall have boon broken in twain by the triumph of uruL-hed bylhe proper officer in reference to tb<
.1 the insaneisms which have demoralized the :
.v.. ,., On motion, the House adjourned until to-rnorrow morning, 10 special order of the day fur Saturday week. !I cal: ) examinations for all who may favor him. Repab'icauism -I lumber of children within the borders of time entire

,.'r.: o'clock. A Bill to be entitled, An Act to authorize Andrew J. SmilY. a !| with a call. )Ir. M. has thu misfortune to I and Nationality of the North. For our own Sta.te. Now, suppose that ivrty wtlt of this num-
still have that! will be ableto
.I: ,. minor, to assume the managerm-nt! of hi. 'own estate. ; part, we hope Democracy her of children was the offspring of a "wealikypt.rent. .
i ho blind-a circumstance which appeals to alive the of Freedom th
keep hopvs throughout -
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Was read the thud time and bow of these
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.r5 put upon its which many pareuts. suppose you would
5--.4::; : WEDNESDAY, December G, J ISM. the vote was : passage upon I the sympathies of his fVllow-men. He is said I world, which for two-thirds of a century have clustered elect to give their boys a "College ,duc lion? mdbr

:5i r. ., .' The:! House met pursuant: adjournment. I! Yeas: -Messrs. BaUden, Cater, Chaiies, Dell, Haddock Harris, to be well skilled in the science, and depicts around tht* grand lUpublic. that purpose be induced to select a College located l -

'. S Tfee Rev. )Ir. Tydings J officiated as Chaplain.A ,) Hayncs:, !llollaman: Jo'.mston, Jones Nassau, Parsons, Pelll, Pope i[ character to at. (;live him. a call. "We shall not be wanting in our best efforts to iLl Florida To resolve this question you have only -

.ii-- : qucrain being prl' 'ut, tho Journal of yesterday was read and :. *'J'cot, Riviere{ .Rowley, : .\t', Speer, Thompson of Levy, I cherish and support the best and only political organization to consult the statistics of neighboring States. Batas

S j'proved.1 I Thompson of Santa Hml. VanZant, Wall, Whitehurst and Zeigler I Florida Lemons that is possible to this end, keeping stead''* bearing upon this point, jou are well aware, sir.

: : : On motion of Mr.( Shine, -21.Nays. Gen. D.xchas- laid upon our table several -i in view the great fact that if the great charter of State that the prejudice existing against the bcallhfulnew of

:;:.. ; S. Leivc of I absence was granted to Mr. Foil n ell until Friday next. ,I : -Messrs. Brown, Coombs, Dewitt, Dummett, Jonesof Monroe Lemons grown by him at Buena Vist::, ; Rights is unavailing to save the confederacy of all the our climate, is not entirely confined to non residents,

.'. :t:. S Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Hnir.s: introduced a bill! to he ., Langford, Porter and Tailor-8. I States from the slicks of f.tnuticism. it has in it inherent for even many of our own citizen entertain a similar
the St. John's River which for
'!, S :. t f'lIti.1'dn act to amend An I act enti'led An act to grant preemption So the bill priced title as stated. on size and cn'inriug principlts: which to full "back impression, and arc frequently induced U> send tlciK :

.,' .:., : rights to settlers: on State Lands, approved December 31, Ordered that the same be certified to tho Senate.A smoothness and beauty wo have never seen 1 to save the separate States. >)8 to more ur*thcrn latitudes; in order! to Jiarilhnr

.. 16.V2! ; bill to be entitled, An Act to authorize Henry Benner to establish sUrpnNI As a region for the growth of J The- thoughts Lave been suggested by the t,1lowiug 1- cvnttttuliun.

.: ': Which was read the first time( and ordered for a second reading a ferry across the Withlacoochee) River ; ;,i tropical fruits, East Florida is unquestionably, U.it fri'in the trumpet of a brave democnt SlOW, air. iu view of this state of thing, I ask yi
i,
.- 0i: to-morrow. I W: s read the second time, and ordered to he rend a tin. time : destined to become conspicuous.We who stands undismayed; by the apparent political) tit answer as enr.did mlO. is ItpratHoiLle to uU t.a

1 1'. .. )Ir. Rowley gave notice that he would on sonic future day ask .! on to-morrow. I I wreck whi'h surrounds LimO Such bugle notes asthese Central Institution in such a manner "5 that it.!Iim -,

:f .1 i ii leave to introduce a bill to 1 be, entitled An act to authoiizo Stephen I A bill to be entitled, An Act to authorize Allen Mondin to establish I have on our table a specimen of California will find resjn'n-iveecht'esia the bosoms of hundred not i nly extend the greatest amount of g od to t' f

'. ': C. (Gonzalez to build a Wharf ill the city of Pt.'lloacul\; ; a toll bridge act oss the Withhicoochee River ; Cotton the of:: of thousand* of Am'i<:m frt'erPen-Cor it i is impossible greatest number" but that it shall ttnt stand n* a j I'

t Also a bill to be entitled An act to authorize S. A. Leonard: to Was read the second time, and ordered to he read a third time on grown on plantation to believe that thirty millions reading and petual monument of State vanity and legislative f -

'. t build wharf in the of Punsacola.Mr. ) R. R. LVMJ of Jefferson Count. There f.
a city :, to-moi i ow. i \I. I thinking freemen will I lung consent to give up tltirI Iy' If our circumstances of I l..cnti..rl Pl'Ultttnwealth t !
Harris notice that he would! on some future day ask authorize) Neil Monroe establish !' six full bolls all:! in thiee
l .! gave A bill to he entitled, An Act to to are grown a cut r, boasted liberties and laws to the demoniac spirit f rbid the jvacticollfly; of sustaining o :

r.; '.'. S I leave to introduce a bill to be entitled An act for tho improvement ; a ferry across the Withlacoochee River ; ,j of them open. Tho staple is \ fine and .I which i is now rampant in the country. Fanaticism Central Institution," then the question arise, wI ; .
: of certain rivers and for other time and oidered be read third time ) :
Was read the second
':1 "... purposes. : to a strong. We understand! from Mr. DKWITT: has ruined the whir1"iod-it! i is ou\ the second sober i" the next best appropriation of our literary fund
'1 Mr.I Johnston gave notice' that he would on some future day ask to-mo; row. I ,
t of the House members from JcfTerscn thought of a patriotic- people: that can rule the storin"It This I will endeavor to answer 1 ii, my nexLCITYZEX
t :i'f''' )leave to introduce a bll)! to be entitled An act to empower Malcolm i A bill to be entitled An Act for the relief of Henry Christy and one ,
.'t f. of his estate.t : 1 that is to find (five or six bolls H the editor of the Ohio Statesman w ho strip ts
own common
':0.... Nicholson I a minor, to assume the management: I Theophilus Iligginbothain! ; quite I -
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' : : Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Haynes introduced a bill} to be : Was rend the second time, and ordered to be read a third time on on the same branch, and all touching. This I this bold anthem in faorJf freedom and the Constitution Withdrawal of Mr. Hilton-

entitled An act to prevent tbe abduction and escape of slaves from I tomorrow.On being the ca'e, the yield must be much greater i : The Savanmih: Georgian of the 2utl instant -

this State the) House until 10 I "The returns show that the staunch
; motion, adjourned: to-morrow morning, I than from the common cotton. Our far- Democracy of K>un's withdrawal of ilr.IIii.TOX from the -
Which was read! the first t time, the rule waived, read the second o'clock. I Ohio polled nearly cue hundred and twenty thousand
.S. the Committee. nvrs should pa more attention to the differ- votes. True, this is less than the vote f.r Pierce and tonal management of that paper. TIle $'/>ublr Iof
time its title and referred to Judiciary
by 1- ) Mc ilL But then we hail no formidable combinations the 4th, pays the following tribute to Mr.If, wI >
I. notice Mr. Haddock introduced a bill to be ent varieties seed, and not bo content to
Pursuant to previous ,
temporarily knit together not so much tr th- >r we transfer with pleasure to our columns :
:'i* : entitled An act to repeal I An act entitled; An act to amend the several j :;ic Jl Iiwjbjnji nn nutiiaL plant the same kind always. ..sa n4 fur our, defeat ; now we have had every It i i. with unaffected regret we)learn from the G. -
of ; for the time but
.n .t.J".iti. o-mlvecmg Incapable
retail | -
ncts concerning Licences to spirituous liquors ; of hnrm"u : jian of Saturday that Mr. R. .lJiltoolt8 dipr I
the
ous1y fruits of
Internal Board. enjoying victorv.
Which was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second Improvement When remember that of his interest ia that establishment and withdra i
41.-. .. Saturday December 9 1834. This body met in thi* city on Monday last, we notwithstanding all the solicitations -
.. ,. time on to-morrow. T1IIliancirmrirancdini lull to boTV by special I of the stealthiest of our foes, and the clamor from the paper. .It i is known that we differ from } .
-: yb---s- _--. wtr j _- ._-- -- call of tie }'rcii.l.nt Members present-Gen- I. of the noisiest ; when we remember how zealoush H. on most of the political topics of the day. yet tan
.. t. 'l'r Ciftedn act to legitimatize Lucinda Head of Hamilton County, I ( with troth sat-and it affords us pleasure too
The Legislature.We I I F. L. DXCY, State and ex Oflitio Pn>5- the allies labored break down the coufideuccofthepeople
I Eugnc.r I that. in all editorial } .
Honda
our e\pemnef.wehave n
:. ; deut, D. L. MI-GEHEE, Eq., J. "'. in tho doniocraoy, we point with pride to the
h.. .S :I'; -.. Which was rend the first time and ordered for a second reading give in the Floidial to-day the proceedings of the Senate I ARCHER lun, }: and Col. It. II. Lo.vo. < one hundred and twenty thousand nntemnVd democrats I er met with a more perfect gemkman nor encount.ed .
:q. This Jdil/r a more manly ojiponent. Incapable of doing nr
"" "' the House fiom whom no fear of nor affection for the ism of the
tO'iuorrou'
of to
.t .-., on. I. from Friday to Thuuday and Saturday lions of the Hoard, it is hoped, will materially n!sis, day could distract frum their allegiance. thing tiC evn doubtlul propriety,deeply imbued wi
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Haddock introduced a bill to be I he of his forcible writ
principles rrady.
party. a 1
,. Thursday. the Committees of the two Houses having charge of What a nucleus for the rally of another year J-
.. entitled An Act to authoiize Jackson Lee of Hamilton County to How the column stands and gentleman! of fine intellect awl high character
4 I "' y"jj assume the management of his own estate; I i In the Senate on Thursday, notice of the intended! introduction' of 1 the Internal Improvement qiie!tioa to perfect some I with a proudly hundred tlioiuautl. instinct with a line the! enthusiasmof Napoleon his withdrawal from the Georgian will be great Lxn.

,-'.\** ( Whichvas read the first time, and ordered for a second reading ,.I hills was given by Mr. Cone, to allow preemption on sixteenth: 1 practicable plan by which the pro3rity| of the State their great leader could meet and vanquish the En.glt.'h. not only to his immediate party.but to the whole pr ..
and of the State.
We thiok it fortu. people
I I I I secured and promoted. a Austrian, Prussian and Russian allies
.f; : on to-morrow. Sections. By :Mr. IIawes, to appoint tho place of holding the Cir'I I"hal circumstance b that the President has convened i counted by the million. Democracy in Ohio,,with though its Our regret at the l ss of so courteous a ot npora- :
"?: Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Carter introduced a bill to be en- I I u.'te I hundred rYe i jj increased by the causes which it i. said have
Courts ii thousand,
S. CHi : Orango County. By Mr. .Myriclc, to abolish the present I of the Board at thU particular time, ; one pervaded by the generous enthusiasm -
nieetfog just
I l xxrasione! it. It Is currently that Mr. II.
I':. 4 ; : titled An act for the relief of Dr. Algernon S. Speer and ArthurlTi : (If ItS principles can meet and over' me any reported
lyi; Uinii Suprcrno Court of the State and for other purposes-also to while the JeiKTal Assembly i Is iu session, and at a I future combination, whether they lurk in ambush o'r I could not, without doing violence to bis coBscience,

?.. .'-" '*, Which; was read tho first time, and ordered for a second reading I, authorize the respective ofers)1) collect the Revenue of this time, too, when such a general interest is felt in the .I right iied but upon the optn teach field. Our ranks have been thin I I "ive ticket LU and suppoit I the pli t.>y certain they would men on inaugurate tIle Deaoocratie aM that
the solid
r.;. .. ..4;i. ; on tomorrow.n I State to pay over to tho respective Judges of Probate of each County matter. .: in reverses the following couplet us : philosophy contained rather than tlo BO, he determined to withdraw Avahe -

.: "Tho Committee on Corporations made tho f.llowing report: so much of the revenue as may 'bo received from the Capitation elected in I "Wine issues from the trodden grape, paper. Other reasons for this step may base ezsted -
: ') The Know-Nothing Congressional ticket but this is understood to be the chief came et
I ; Tlie Committee on Corporations, to whom was referred the bills Iron's blistered {into 5te,]'"
Poll Tax for tho the for
of of such
or support poor County, or i is thus by the Boston CourirT. he sepanition.
4 :; S, .of Henry Benner and Neil Munrop, to establish ferries across tho : {asaclslU. painted We cannot part from Mr. Hilton without wibmnlliu
Schools as they may, with the approbation of the County Commissioners Whig :
., ," M'ithlacoochce Hirer, also Allen Mondin to establish a toll bridge 1 paper all the success and happincM m life that his best
I. direct-and also to abolish the laid the one of th candidates who has been known FOR THE FLOaiOIAX AND JotaAL desire
across the same: beg leave to tax now upon Every friends among whom we count ourwlvro can

.; .?, REPORT : : cattle of resident citizens of this State, and upon silver watches and before man a.ana a politicianha may *safe:been to known say of as the an whole anti slavery body- To THE Hox. M. A. LONG for him

I .'b : That they have had tho same under consideration, and recommend pleasure! carriages. of the nominees (If the new party: that lit.! are ran- Dear Sir: Feeling as I do a lively interest in whatever It is understood that Mr. II. will engage lathe yric-

*, :. ., lljo passage of the same. The following bills were introduced : eoroMt 11t.alid vnwitigat'&l alotilioiiiitt. If any may tend to exalt the character or promote the tice of law in Savannah.

a JOSHUA TAYLOR, one of them has at any time within half a duzeyears welfare of our and growing State, I take the -
) ;' q Chairman. By \Vynn-'I'o change the terms of holding the Circuit Cour been connected politically, with any other party"thanan I young Mammoth Potatoe.
:' should like know it.- liberty to commend to you and thus respectfully ,.
to
.t4 '4 Which was read and the bills placed among the orders of the Calhoun County. By Mr. f.\'rick-In relation to the service 'J7tr anli-fieeituil/avt'r.par!" Part/! has gent wo out to the voters of Massachusetts through you, to the attention of the General Assembly We were shown the.other day a potatoe of the

-.' da-V. necessary to be given by Sheriffs and other officers. By' Mr. Crigler'l'o its own candidates for Congress in the : the cou"i.I ration of some views connected with Yam specie,which beats anything we bare ever seeD
r./ C The announced the following Standing Committees of uit of K"01&.\ulhhiy' and with only the frail iD the potatoe lino. It measured 21} inches in length
"
\: Speaker repeal the Road Tax of Santa Rosa Counl By Mr. Fi-- our education system, which I deem of vital impor-
". ) coveting iti which new converts to any faith are apt and 31 inches in circumference weighing 10 Ibs. &
J
.;. ..I the House : lor-To nl'ndn Act in relation to Pilotage at port of Key I tocbthe themselves to conceal their former character tance to the perfecting of that system. You are aware ef Corneliiia13enzley
raised the
On the; SMcoftltc COllitol.IE oxIt was on plantation
from the world. of the vt"ryliLeral grant, which has been made to
West-which bUs were read a time. the
We understand
tnt the Aucilla r ver.
.: :: R'. CHRISTH;, Finally, the true character of Northern Know-Jfo- our State by Congress, of four townships of land on
Mr. Long from the Judiciary Committee made a report on a bil' average yield per acre was 300 bushels. If any of
.. TENNCLL, : thingUui may be inferred from the following resolution and which are designated and known as University
.. make lawful for friends can beat this,we would like to know.
our
to where
spirituous be drank
PRICSCOTT proposing liquors to
i pafcfed by the Maisachmetts Know'Nothing Coo Lands." From the phraseology and general tenor of

t'L, LANGFORD, purchased, and recommended a substitute embracing the substance of veutiou just before the election : the Acts of Congress, as also from our own legislation Synopsis of the President's Message.WASUISGTOM .

JOHNSTON, tho original bill, which was received and adopted. "Kuholved, That we hail with hope and j jsy the recent upon the subject it i i. very apparent that the object ,Dee. 4 tb.

!. On Ccti'.ui and Al'portiotlltlc' t, The balance of the day was taken up with the contested electioo brilliant BUCCCSJ of the republican party in the of this grant wa to furnish a fund whioh should TIle President's message was submitted upoo'tha
t .5 States of Maine, Iowa, Indiana: Pennsylvania and the establishment of two central Semi assembling of the two houses of Congress todaylie -
,. .5- .MtbKK DELL, from Hamilton, which was finally disposed of as mentioned iu another Ohio and we trust tlt '*viclniie* nre a foreshadow of be applied to the its from
L1.1' it.; others to which the free States shall naric of learning ; the one to be located cast nnd congratulates country on exemption
,, CHAIRES.WHITEHURST. column. soon conic, by war, and says it has been his earmst des re to pre
I present one aolid phalanx of opposition to the aggressions the other west of the Suwannee river. The location serve amicable relations with all nations. lie complains
In the House on Thursday notice of tho introduction of bills was of sil\"Cry. whether designated to be to avoid I
HADDOCK. of the eastern Seminary ( that notwithstanding our disposition

Committee on State Lrwdto whom was referred .1 bill to be given by Mr. Pope-To legitimatize and change the names of Richard 1teolvelTl3at in the present? chaotic condition of permanent or not I am not advised) has, I under- all interference with h foreign powers, European Gov j jernments
., The parties iu Massachusetts, the only star above the horizon br-
( ; *', fiitilled! An act for the relief of Henry Christ)' and Theophilus Higguibathnm R., James B., Wade Annand Charlotte Ann Lamb ; also, to au. is the love of human liberty and the abheirenee of stand, been already fixed, and with it I have no desire have, and sought one or to another supervise has and attempted direct our to e- j(\

; rejKjrted the same back to Uio House without amendjnent thorize Andrew J. Lea to sell and convey the Lands belonging to the tlavery and that it i* thduy of all anti-xlavtry mm or disposition to interfere; but as a citizen, direct eign force policy arbitrary regulations, contrary to interuatwn1- \

4 : and nded its ; deceased under to rally around the republican party as an crganiza ly interested in that portion of tho fuud which is to law that the United States have unifonnerrf respected
4;1 rccoimm passage estate of John D. Shehee. certain restrictions. By iou which invites the united netiun/of the on ;
and the bill the Orders people for the benefit of the section of the the rights of others,and cannot recognize HPiuttrpolittiouiiiu t
k placed
q ; received among be appropriated
; \Vluch wjwrt was Mr. Dummett-To amend An Act incorporating the! city of St Augustine the one transcending question of slave dominion which international as shall tod&S"
we.t of the buwannee river I be "
of the now divides the Union. State lying may
Day. JIl'
'0. 4 : also, to allow tho Florida dependent Blues sixty musketsand Wherras Roman Catholicism and make our own rights in order to subserve temporary
4 ORDERS OF THE DAY. : slavery, being permitted to some suggestions. I of others. He that we maikw" <**
terests acsgesta
River accoutrements, to be used by them during their organization a* alike founded and supported ou the basis of ignorance You will perooive by reference to the 4th Sectionof of nations on this contio 'c;
Suwannee
id RosoJutions relative to ; rights independent
Preamble
: a and tyranny, and bcin therefore natural allies in every -
Mr. JOhiStOfI-TO ; Act of tbe General Assembly approved January of all interference ea tie P"w
p By change the period now therefore aa exemption annoying
Were read the liCeAnd time. a military company. warfare against liberty and enlightenment;
4, of Taxes and tho be it I 6th 1833, (Pamphlet laws of 1S52-3, page 87,) European powers. 11* declares our purPl"eI
> Mr. Dewitt moved that dtt'. be indefinitely postponed; fixed by law for the payment settlement of Tax I be but paoJflc. .
1 called for and were: "Resolved Tint tliore can exist m> real hostility to that the Governor was instructed to appoint six aggressive rK vernmenU '
Am
,
V tTK| >i which the yeas ansi tiavs were I Collectors. He has submitted to European and
I-' / Dell Dewitt Dummett, Roman Catholicism which docs lilt embrace slavery, Commissioners, residing iu Middle and West Florida iblUh a ndl.te alII.rule
Coombs to cst aa
.. Chaires proposition
S \'L'as-MeK rs. Carter a
its natural urker iu to freedom and republican free
;; : UilbraHh, hams, Haynes, Plln)0K'- Porter, Prescott, Rowley, Tho following bills were introduced, \u : institutions.co *,* opposition whose duty it should DO to select a suitable place for of international law that free ships *rom*" ewfiscatiou. :
:
f. TlK. of Levy and \'nll17.t By Mr. Galbr.iith-To provide for the relinquUhment to the United their how the location( of the Seminary west of the Suwannee goods, nnd that neutral property be xempt coutrabaua "'l
Tavlor, sijson With such a black picture before eyes, with the exception of articles
: i Uaisden lioUunaii Johnston Jones of sites for Houses on the coast and waters of Florida. River.** I understand that the Commissioners Lave .ui 1*
: N.yn-Mc&n. Brown i States Light can any Southern: man gi\j the slightest countenanceto war. Russia acted promptly in the matter,

: :4I tr'I.I' Monroe, Langford, iShine, Sjieer, Thotnjsmi of Santa Rosa, 'on.i I By Mr. Rowley-To allow Stephen C. Gonzalez and Samuel A. this Holy Alliance ngaiott their institutions under been appointed:, but that they have not nl yet acted vorably to the propositions suggested ami No a other**T5"*"r.-

:i \ f H c Zant and Zeigler-11. Leonard to build wharves in the city of Pensacola. the hypocritical gui-a of opposition to a religious sect definitely iu the premises and my object in this com tutu to' that effect have has acted been in concluded.tile mattar. tbongn we
: resolutions, should with favor t to
and the preamble and were muuicutioo is, if my views meet eigo power )
t .1 to/; So the motion prevailed, By Mr. Harris-For the improvement of certain rivers, and for feeble) in numbers,and progressing slowly in comparison that action, before tttteJ/ King of the Sicilio has expreued his wiUipgneMucomply. I
obviate supcread any add *n
or decided to
postponed. The of Prussia
indefinitely with other churches? With the Jfi \ *.i'pianwe King
r; the force and of several bills were rend tho first time. under it. PPresident'objected tho
An act to other purposes-which should lor remunerating private
@ \ A hill to entitled restre opratiJ ask, bow are prepared to etrike hands with rights grow up tide to provide ret.b.

t,1 I :. the Jaws of this State in relation to the migr ofrco pr.l.t Mr. Jones of Monroo presented a petition from 187 citizens of the coalition which many has sacrificed the good and true The question that I desire to propose for the consideration as nations would with be small*> naval. J ai. the

genera into tin* State ; Monroo County asking further restrictions on the liquor traffic. Referred of the General Assembly, is simply this, lishmeuts in case of war, 5bhS1t Jjf .
sons c Democrats of the North, who fought in our cause in of those Urge naval est
: ; third time and on the qUf&tODf Its passage Select Committee. i'n Whether will the cause of education be better mercy having UlJitt'Q Stah"
; < Was read the toa thu late election! Brethren of the South )let us reflect : Difference have arisen between the n
vote ; third time passed : subserved,and tbe character o/ our section of the and England relative to tLe lx ndary line t.t
l.t : il e > hills read the ant yn this platter coolly ; and ask ourselves ifV6 KIIIS 1=
I Balden Bowers Brown, Chaires, Christie, by the establishment of one CentraImtltulion \VasLingtoq Territory and the BritMii poss<
CJr.r. promoted
Y Benner and Neil Monroe to build Ferries to organization which i is State ,'
; cas-1fesiri Acts Henry are prepared encourage any led to
have already
which
Haras, Haynes, authorizing the appropriation of the general the north-west
I I )umrU.Gabraithllddoc Langford : across the Withlacoochco Rive, and allowing Alien Mondin to erecta iu alliance with Abolitionism In thc name of all I I Diby of between tbe citixwn wxl subjetU of Ihetr ro Jlfd1""
Hoilawan Jobnttoo Jonos of and act for the relief of Henry that terrible monster fund, to the encouragermtot high-school or acadernies Pwwdoit reeominend* the p
ii] Toll Bridge across the same ; un thai i.aa.rw, ii not increasing itovcrniMuU. The
Porter Iliv.ere.{ ttowley, Shine, iu the several counties r ID the resolution o( 1 5oo out' owu to ad "Il
Pope J ointmeatof com u
without a
Prescott in and strength fast enough receivingaid
laroDS.JCll Christie and Theophilus power
: Santa llosfl tt Whit liginbotll.Botl I aware that several commission of the Evfrfto lO1'er
I .Spccr, Thompson Df Levy, TJiompson 'il : houses adjourucd unt ', on account of th death from those whom it u intended to rain tin thia inquiry am very interesting a .imUar mhicb Lall! leU t"nf":",
will arise, and cue especially of run a liue
very
grave
,f hurbt and contrail with this dark uev, we turn with ..- questions
l Zcber- Gcn DH1L
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0i4ith atipuItJt w in the trwty of 84*, regulating Rice. Sale postponed to Ift Monday in January. 8fl&MUP L VB *
"Ull rights t.f the Hudson Hay Coui.1 HODGKISS *SCOTT
ih' 1wrI.iKflfl anJ the Parent's Sound Agrkuft.urai Society, 41 J.TIERCES W. Prime Riee to arrive per Iarqe Master in Chancery' Sale. Between New 5art and St.. Marks -V
tY Dyer from Charleston For sale by
F. IcJ to difficulties vhich should be speedily wt- virtue of a Decree n Cliancery. rendered on 4 REuow tfc of the and OBIEAN -
e. McNAUGUT A ORMOND.w B exhibiting their CASH AD EXCHANGE ROOMS, one largest -TO NEW g f
Tl Pr *'drnt thinks an arningcmrnt could ba.A > Port Flnr the 2d day of November A. D. 1854, in Leon 2most eleguat
t1J.1 Dee. 9. 1&54. 49 colWtions ii f "
bv wrm-b nn cxlii SihIn.nt of tLc rights iu Circuit Court, wherein Leslie A. Tljoinpson U O>m Also Between same Places J. lj*
r; might reff Seed Oats. plainant, and Catherine J. Ilagner, Administratrix XaTi .Lrrn: W X JJT3E3H. Q-OOJDfil '

with tlui will annexed of Thomas )L Ilagner'* eUU- Ever offered iu this which in richness and AND KEY WEST H" !
InreUtipn to M. Dillon the French Consul at San 9 AH BUSHELS Seed Oats, just received and city they thick upon exan.inatioarUl be found lo equal variety ;
; cxplauatioris, satisfactory to the Fi'encb govminent. \J\J for sale and others are Defendants, I wil sell at public out any nosortrr.cnt of the kind ctt-r brought South. -

frJfl'ibC.''iavc >et'H innic ; nlK'' Wl tnt <'tiler Laud the by McN AUGHT Jt ORMOND. cry before the Court house door m the City of Tallahass Tin* great dccline'iu the price-* of Dry Goods, will 1 lie apparent to all Who will call antI examine the qnalty i :;1 :1':1'rPHE

difficultie*.regarding Mr.Soule,\cit Ii the French New Port. Fla >e. to the highest bidder on Monday, the 4tb day anti prices of their stock. They were parcbaeed during the panic in the New York werciuitile commuity J % :
: Dec 1S54. 49
irovrrument- vnt have l'pn satisfactorily wttled by the ___ 9. of DeceiuWr uaxtritiin! legal Jimirs, the foliowiug > when, in consequence of the 'Eastern markets bring closed to manufacturer ty! were compt-Hed to :

\ dn vowal "" thC Pa't of tliat Government, of Notice. descriln-d jwoperty in the City PA-IPE50. Eilruljr. *' '

rrencrItioi; ) to ieuy the right f In"6' to nu months after date the nuder igncd, Lot number one hundred and eighty-five. (Ins.) iu Come and secure bargains'while our stock is full We are v-illag! to give our customers the advantages JL master will ply permanently betw a tit* sLo \ V *
3jiuistcr. SIX administraj di-cunsed. j Block fifty-nine, ((59.) in the original plan of the City of the laurkcU. places and Kew Orleans. touching at AaIacIua! *t]
of the of Elifha Mclaniel.
estate
Atnericln of TaHuha, >s-e, and itnp iiTtrm<>iii thereon, fronting .WE BUY LOW A.\B SELl\ OW !" nnl Peiisacoln. sailin? regaliuly hereafter on I2tii and '
late of Leon will his final aud
; 'Tho position of affairs with Spain remains michang- County, present account, one bundled and seventy feet ((170)) ou Diival street 27th of each month from this Port ;' MIX) on Tti and *
A. i x owing to recent chnngi-s i in tbnt govemmenLC vouchers, and ask to I be dicbarged.IIINTON and one hundred and thirty feet(ICO) on Clinton street By rending thello\
et. favorable opp< rt unity has oceurrd to carry on J. SAUNDERS, Adm'r.Deceniler in said City. Also three eighths of Lot number two and elegant sek-Uu. of todies and (Ivnts Dress (JoMl. ..f the finest aid richt t int-tal. u\ the latest styles" The steamer JASPER. Sawper. master, wilI mo in **' .
4 wiih)] Dpnmaik to discontinue the 9. 1845. 40 Cm and t II i the most ih-.irnble ooWs. but aLto u lare stik of PLANTATION nail HoUSEhOLD GOODS. In *
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lotions pracIIT hundred and in the of WesCtOTcfc
' ; ninety-one, ((2'J1,) original plan connection with the Pampero, to Key ( t
jce 01 % IlI g
'I'reit" hare becu concluded with Japan-the explTO sTeet* in said City, fronting on McCarty street AT THE ngers from the Pampero in tbe Spanish Holt, (ar '. V *
r isitificatioiigij: j all that is now necessary.TV STRAYED from the plantation of Col. R. R. Wil on* l.iii-Jred an-J seventy feet, ((170)) and on Bjule sr
l*' 1 '10" *" Mt'xlc<> are still prps ing for a settnieiit uiilee cast of ThlLtaasc! between street one hundred and twenty seven feet and a half Both steamer have fino nccornmodatioDi, and afford _, .% V .
the claims' tiUC Anu-rican wtircus.e (the It-t aud 7th inst., three mules one a *orrel, one a -,
<-f ((127*,) more or le and the three dwellings and other the travelling public both oonvcnien and tip* .
rrM'li'"t dfcWcs ho luis used enry effort to black the other a cream or dun color. They are supposed thereon.Jirin diti > V
improvements < n.
iVfna) lfS9 expedition} against Mexico. to l 1)e eomc where) betwtwu Tlit'IIaviihe and *:-One half the purchase money cash, and a es. :'Childi en Silk. Worsted nnd Cotton'Furniture' Frii e and Laces. Blay F*,r further particumrs, and arrangements for conveyance

Trot\ { jiaviffhtjou of the rarupun 5 peeuroil. but Albany, Ga Any infoimati in regard to the above the other half nt twelve months, bearing eight percent White anl Black Silk Lace. A. hoMe. (lents IIIM., (if iall kindi. Liucti, Bird's Eye Dinper. Linen and of Negroes, Horses and inch like inquire of .

.Jl),>pcn the Atnatoii have uot proved tuccessjy dcscti ided mules will be thankfully received. interest, and tccurcd by b.-n on the premises.H. merican, S.wz'r. ;Lltei'etUcni. Black nrII F.iicy Cravat., t4)CkICOttflU Toweling'., Bit-ached Shirt- lANIELLADDAgent. !
Tits, Lilies Silk tdVo.. l imis
l > amid plitjiIn5
J" B. WILLIAMS. ARCHER. Ja. Iloniton.ilein'icntie; Eiig.Thread Linen Sheeting. New Port, NOT.4. 1854. 44
fJ. maty b.twe'n the United States ntid England 57" Albany Patriot will please cojiy twice and Special Master in Chancery.NoTcmb and French Laces. shirts. u. mmt Lineia anti Sik l'it;., Lnmi Bleacheil Jeans. '
forward bill i A.11 n IK 11 v 11 inn, *n in:1 %V.i.lSnlkanifl Apron ChecksVlite 011(1 Browns : '
Ctntriil Ami-lira to bt- Feri4)u1vunierttd to this office. Embroderic .
,4th'etI nppi-Hrs r4, 1q54. 5t 4tfgf &c. HEIR RUST ;
'Coltou UuJer.-hirts, Ac. .Holland
Drapers, Domestic v ,
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w and negotiation* are now pending rd- _December y, 1854. 2w! -10 : The above pale i is poitponed to the first Mon- Swiss. jiull.Jiicoiie'.Lambriciind. ''hin lin-i.U vtmRimiri*, 1.01- ,
thereto.) The action of our government nlutivcuGrntown i'tLanlles. > | ,>4fcfliTiMe v .I.H2S.. tosethDimity Come and look gt our Stock before you pvfr .
stjve iiRIW) FEMALE COLLEGE is defended, tiiling: ll.e ground that the Flouncing, IMaU.; IVuAed. Euibn.idV. will at all times be pleascil | inered. chase elsewhere. We are notr receiving

iwcsileil autlmi hies woie mere intcrloj>ej-R. Tlie re- cuTiinmiT, GA.r Strayed Hcrnstitv'.i.-d and Lice Trim tO exhibit our large stock of Fa>hHCAVy Dry) Goods," '"

fjf.il tn grant the s ti-fHction required fully justified E next *esir of thi Institution will *>n A "17ROM the undorslrned, on the 29th nIL, mod Lmen C.uilric IIandkercliiefi. .' .1181k' Mantles. Talman, Cloaks'O-nabun' ;*, lir'n Shirtlntf indSheelEiubroidi from Sew York a Geaeral Assvrtmrnt -
Hollins in the he open //jt5TN- Cream CuWe.f carf and Shaw!.*, which we war- infT. Brown Jeniw. Dt-nims, (rvads suitable V
J'o-tCi.mniundor' course pursued; I Wednesikv. the 1st of Januarv, 1S.15. On that a HOUSE aud also a red U ;
\ hot ben the Cyanc Kft thedcpiitnu-nt: did not nutinpale day THE CORNER STONE of the New CollegeEdifice -AL.. 31 1'LE. with a lump on the right hide. A (Collars Stem. &c. i rant tube of the prevailing vintir frip* Bd Tildu. Ma.rtimn! Plaids. wants cons lit in. '
a rccurronec to arms xvnuld be found uccesat will b. cuitj.l'-! ward \\ill he jiaid for their return to me iuTalahaa 1t. set at 1rutlr8 I3UUl? :eucIiet4'r ilripcs. Green Banzs._ jig yart : .
; : will be laid. The een-mony p'rfTinby ) ., A 'er' lurg. seleetItII if the lIei /,/; :,,, ,,. N. 'V.. Tw jib-cl Bagiii. ;:t I'Iaims V the .
\-, Bin! inMinctioii t, %u-re given to that elFect. The the Masonic under the direction of ; o, or f.ir any iuf rmation n> tlait I <-int- i'n pi.ets 2 following arti- ,
<'< ( Fraternity, ; tle (; 'stalte.e_ Ilimaittim V
PiestJi'tit thinks the course llnnlly nd'iptod IIlbt a proper Grain! Ma-ter Holt. An ndilrp-ss tai i them. J. A. EDMONDSON. 'eniitng diy 2'thi' Scit.) 'I'he :iriit l'a'l! Lins.ty.. ;::5 l'ieces fleti, elit .- .' .
Deputy appropriate itid; iLleiiCitiIises Jfl(( Ctill trs :111.1 -rir ; |
subject for cotnplaiut on the part cf European D.-oen.bcr 2. 1K5I. 48 ,s ninth. tf Kitins. (' !,, MeVhite, ( recu aiI (;rav Flannels,
ill be delivered bv Rev. Alexander Mean D. )1)
Se.'ts.li
Eisg1ih. Ira-li anti : '
Selts
iinoaii, juwcis. Pres. of Emory College. All the officer* and inpinIHTS : Embri-.lerM Collars.Sleevee | \
From \ew Orleans Win R *-? iJlankets
Pettes
for the and per frunum ? ;ro ; 20(> juices Keutitcky
Anountf ear. seventythree
revenue
,..'i j Vainc of the Masonic Idces eenorally, r.nd the public :and Ch -mizttC3, Linen ravelhnjj I Jeans.: Tecds. Caseiusrrestinet 100 peiees Georgia ker-jmany other articles oo V
Jiiilf milli-ms uf dollar,*-cxpi-ndituu-s time A CASKS Bacon Sides ,
n) :it largo aio respectfully invited (to r.ltend.VAtxLTV | Habit and Slce'4. Mourning CutLadies' Dress Goods. and Plains !
TwillPlain Ktrseys, tc seys nnuierou to mention. .
l the to beupplii'd
llf:Tae millions. IUeuimen) ) < snrpliw JLU & Clicks Shoulders, V
1655.I and JIaUs.Vfs V
urn lar Sleeves Silk
r Drew Pat'in. PlaJi.Bro 500 Negro Blankets,
unli nal debt vhich
the rednrlion of our I Ana sirs Ai.nr.x, A. M. Prcs. and Prof of Eng. H do Hams || I CII1* 1'l.iid, Striped and Wufereil. 24 pr Bed do ; FAXCY ;&(ws.:1:

iKir.mouiits to f-rty-i-ix niillions. RIX renews n-coin- Lit. r.nd Auc. L-ingti .gc*. 20 Barn-Is Me!' Pok, Veils If (;l lao<> Voult II'' So.'. M'.rni Au Gentlemf n wishlntj in supplv them- Bleach'd i Prown Shirt : V
White.
I.ove Black
n.ciKUti! fur a reductinti) of the tiiriiT. Ri.v.: F. X. FoKMTr., A. M., Prof. Math awl. NnL .'{ Tieice Sugar Caret! Hams, C.l reiI, ci,,. Ennhn antI ratigiui. ins IPrice (ron-i 45 1 with eutaanabe! Coats, i'ant, ings and Sbt .'tioKS. \\LadCt' Dress Ooodi *
Attention is cjilW to frniuls on the roren'io at Osve 3 t Prime Lard, Fatii'y sn&ler.iI ael
Science. | Vests. en select from stock
rents ti) 7 van 90 a 40 pieces Plain and fl .
.1oltIack ansi Vhit fitr ; patt crnas lronsistins in
Lace Sik N -
MiUvauVie and tt
; o. Sand ukv. Toledo, an.l leroniiiuuds -, RT. J. II. CAI.PWKLI, A. M!, Prof. McnL und Mor.i 1 Siiu.kfd Beef. all \iMl M.mi. le J..iines alit! }"h over 65() m.arrnnt&. nIl (if Lnn rs. part JFlar S
'JiuIv ? V
mote stinncf-nt liw? to prevent a rocnnonoe of BERRY black fanI
ityh.it smith
.
Seenc.I Waterwl
I Mci inns ; I 75 l'aLttt.rnt (If APmer.ai ; .ells of all qnnhiti.' LiiI. and Oro.
the rxils complained fAn I Pnor. B. R. LifiNoeRt. Priii. Mn'.ic D"|>t. j December 2. 1S54. 4' Set.tinel ) mimic : I'rinteth CIUliii-4 anti BeC%' c.'Id (i.th Cat.5iniere, '1'et.j, French. EnglisWnd A >er' !le Hldue Silk*.
the Inilhns Fashionable
inrre.iM-of 4'ur militniy. to put down >li-if= Ann E. \hleii. Prin. Primary Di-jit. nr d In- Llewelin P.onneis. ree (he ; also I'er.tinn 1'wiI. ;itiit.'clvCt_ &c., % cets iii Satin, icau Calicoes. iClack do do Jo !

onur frmitit-r is rtroiiifiifiMK-d ; jil-ftarljntijje ; strnetn t 'p in B'(amy and French. ; I'f r Harquo Trimmed and jtitiimiiit-d, in tl.e Creie* P,1hiii- l nibizuio..i: Black Silk, Phimsb, &c., Ovcrcote (If Blanu. I Brown Ieached and CwI-iCra Poplms,

in ll.e cwven.ir.rtit of I the army-that j no-riot i ions be Mr E. T. CaldwVll, Ornamental Dept Ass-i. t. in ) 140 I BOXLS Tobacco. fr sale low. Winter Style* in yu'nnp at Jnrvia w 1ier.I.s. ,,.: Alpaca ket, CL.iti. &c., hlick.'rv SIht- V ored Hose. [Printed IVLiinca .
inn It, bv $t.7e.titnC in no< .q r.-iiife! with fltit nnd not flLlU\ t IIOWLES.I KhionibliMillinery! E-tablihi.-rt, '' if Licsen ., Shins V.
Primary Department. | lt.bciix'ii' atn.1 (;at. l'laiIs, Yflr&ety )hoe.'Plawl. Wool and l rsian ,V
tilu-nve in* t.nioti.. Tlie norcuIniatiofl and inm-ase Th Di-pirti'i( 'iit of \rIiIC, nnd, r the able cnutrol i iof )ee iaur 2.151. 4 S? [Meiitinel.FIU'S N. Y., (ill his oK.-i.ii.tr| ; dty.; '((2l >t KH.C, | CI.intz. Eart..u (;inihts.: Staniil.r.g utnd I'vrun CuIar! Draw.S1 Furniture check,; DriInPfI.! > iDome5UJplaid
loeomtnenili'd.IJtf apron
of tfi navy nr .ku l ; Lictw .ki. offers, we think. luf-eini-nt, toth enber.) of Satin. Sk.,! flis.rli.-hi era, &fc Phiid anJ- Colored .
rate t
e ,.Inill naiti, Vi.rji, stI, AIiimu W!hit-, { aud tripes.M'lH">. ,
rrinij to reCt-nt x'i! tin liiws f > ? lean
< China
Luil. ite. vanvii
fii.bi: id i i.' ree'iumendiilj altMiffC sts the es'nbJi seiene I Hi I k widely ext end.-! teputation; a c a Teacher RUTH HALL from a anti .Iarceiiaie Silks, Cnnte.n Cloth. GO (;enzts', l.ys' ainitI Servis 10 K. JeiHw.'Ciipc. C.ntn-e l an.lI! Ildkfs. -
| J;
>Ltiiiiit)
nerl'nnt' c4cif. Ty. _L the proof pliti. r>, wIt only exce&ds anything \li-cs TritumneI I Eats ai.j, BImii- Si-i.- Silk, 2Mi l'lcs.'i .tmeri' an, Eullamk anal \'hite Bru.II. iIIV a- flIac and colored wtiretest and Gtoe'
Cfl.nGtS rrc prsjsiox OF run hi-1s amu'l F're n'4s 1i mt5 flhwk aiil, Shawls, :Blanck. Wlste ai3V uLqdt V
liv.\Viie
wiitten. but
Expcndit for Poet Gft'ioc peparlment ?8.000MUI. ,- vhii-h }'UIIIV IViu l.a. heri-tof..r which ltin.itlettes 'i'nii hans ; AwakeShangbai.Kmiow V
Pri'narv: Department) : 4inOnll'.riale '' erie, aniii Coi.tv CIireI! Chtthis 1'r riti'I: t I'had JIdkfs. of all price*.' Kid UIov**, C* "
/ Inrica ef revenue from public lands, f 9.280- in nianv rCSIIeCta sut pities anv ithitr w c Depart j I UK Lt, 211< lie" SATUUDAV) December In. also. a iiiee a-rm tmnn.ut of full hats Navy and Pillow case and LJneti! Black Silk Mittj and La- }
\< r !la'-t v -ir.: r.. .<> pr.'piidy '.f Rrantinp th"I public I lands f 'r the M'lcici-n I Piano, 20 Pncc 81.25. Ribbons, Trlmnun.irS. &f. and second Mourning (Ux. Ij. and a' and Shoes Sheeting, V dies Buck. Glove' ?,' .

; eirti-'iuriiiij) of rs.iria1r i ia d..lt -4I. undeven the cmtjtu1.i Use *-f 1'iat.u, .*> MASON BUOT11ERS, New Yoik. A nice aM..rtniMit of liidi B.nlarge stuck ofotlit-r UO"lRibljous Plaid arid Plain Muslin Edgings and Iiisai '
.
Fnnch, 15Drawing :3t ii4-t and Sash i-f the vi-rv pak' P.its' ShIoesItussptt.i all qualities, together with'ilautillaJ, <&.., & .
S .< f CoiiRress qnei-tioned. On the sabKrt I ) and IVeemUr2l&.r.4._ _t Dry U vnil>, r-aitt'r' t"F'piT; Pump.t all; r
P.iintinr 15
; latent stvl's -. at large t..ll.cti. of' '
: T jnhtfl .1 impnuoiuents, a t-j>ecial pet age isj Incidental, espouses, Stationery,Fuel, etc., 1 50 Town Lois for Sale. i ris'.ini.tlIeiiit'r' ; Trirojsinis.( ii : Sach na Back and Fancy Cotareil ..u.iljjes nioli.C,;, 1a.iier., Gents, Boots and ShoesMEN'S. :V
: j r-niiritl zit mi nrly 4av. : Cassintwr, s nut (it.ths, O.iharanret. :Children and ServaLt.. .
A tn' r.ificiti- <>f I the judieinry i rocnminendod., Itnanl, p*>r month, 10 ISO' in the origin.il plan of the City of Talla- Braitis. (;ztlsiiis, ltiLnms} \tI Carhtiii 1)aaiask 1mub.'itered: '
Ancient tauht without chargelioari I IOT Curt t Bysand 1outl'sflnssettBrgans ,
) Lnng. extra of AJi and Chn- % VtS, } riiIes liii,! Chit.i.aiilc. Al-. Carpeting.
The mf*sajre conclnd !by tie <'i>toinary: announcer t-iunted i: on Use corner : naiiF(, Tnnkv Reti. American Fur- .* Kij and Calilefts '"**""
>
e-t: that a and have a : ] can be oh'ain.-d in several ;private i fimllics: tifl Streets anti due couth of th- Union JJai.k is now all assartliment if Tait'Ietta. Satin amid ; hemp, Iazrains anl 'riarc.e Ply I
we are prtut jK'ople, great :iturc 1iit.! Entli-ha uniilren.e'I 1iI.. ( Caulftwd and PegdB.aota. : .
in well lie Institution under the
th (
town eontr t
to ) n- a IIfreil I at private alf.. The builJifigs (ill thi* lot with Can lrttib.iii."r'l aind R't Carpet., I i.-I Droget, I 2 4 Lieu .
t.1rI"U: pertoi&n.r : I'urnitljre I
)ntttes Cor.eJ! du_ Men's Ped'd flouts and
l it t of the Fnciiltv. A portion *>f ibf tlIcg** (01:5: Kip tight hoayy, V
(1110 w.nie little repiir- may l I.e jnadi* to jiay a liaudi>>iine } ) .i ;: .as I w.tite.l, (I,,.. 4 urIs! t qrOil Cloth, for FIsirs, V
bv the Eimhri'jd..red Skit;. ( rn' ut,.. ttr- Women's Kip IVg'd BiK>tr-e .
E'lificc; will be roi'lv fr use comnleiicemeutT ,
:
and Patterns fir lgliiitirs.rFchVurk. 'aIles. iataiIa! anI
the for
r profit on purchH money builJingpurpi>- Chenille I. .
'eille do. IriIi Liai.-a. "
1'a.'i! Sti Bnakiua,
.M'Lace's Liver PilJtIbive ; the iifxt fusion.Bv i.s there i is flot a L"t the C.ty jnissc-sjes of greater lug Cottaimi. I.iinsei! ,, 'flireati, 1..ii. Jiai"' ullt?" sin ] Chenille and Tan.t ; ; p
il ?
and Plan
Jaonvt. | liuskins and Booties
'er III Faculty. F. X. FORSTER. Secy.CuthVrt i : Cmuic! ; Moroeco and Calf ,
or udviis'nrIVr tt-inis applv toD. Limiiii.; Fichi YhIwrsVre.th.-. LW : 7 1i.-.trv Jtiits.Carpet binding. \\nrt V .
!b' ifi for Mill Oaiter V4
b.'corue
now ) crent pc ( Hepatic or D.-c. > -ifi tAdknistrator's > Ladies Kid Ties, Buskins and' .
t i. p'4.
W. (WYNN faib', silventJ amid Jcl' head Or. 'tV--nl/i'Liiu '1-ti au'! LtttOr Da: at ft'i Curtalw,
Agent. an.'lVJ
the IJv it. ft 15-ll 1i 'n and CbilJrta'sShoes. .
IK-rnnjvm'Mit <>f f -r. in nr> complicated: '" "" With a good ortmcut of iiacs -
S f.'rn. This mecViw )hn!
4'f (In. in c'u-iitg lb ts f'arfu (l'!. fl '(I 'nenin in the Sale.ON GoTisAll0! &f' a-k D'StLni'lvd'1 S1rciJz. 'Ii ; .Crockery. .
and Lot Auction.
11cus at
States, thUd it evident-- itFtftte .cffi.'iey. we Monday, the first day of Jauuary, will: be sold I. idieH Kid. ft.K.ool! .HeM. Toilet and Table Cover EnR l Chin.i Ware, Iron stone '.

thnt it is fuper!ediiig eveiy 'itheriniu'dy. The tt auction, 'lLL bo sold at Auction on Monday the ..n.l! Liuen ( ;ltIie-' (..aui.tl.-i. Silk br-i-lered Stand and Table Covers.' Cl.ii.a. Plain (51.; 3 Ware, Bohemian Hats an4 Caps.

V
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it ore coming in I from r.ll quarters: and] every mail vents ; lion-- aa i Lot on -Cirthy s-tn-it, wn.-d by S S. Mix.-d S,"<, CMtoa ann! \VUol Hose, Fl.icuuls, IJuckibaek Piano Covtrs, Stone Ware,
I.rzI6 MHic Ling of the following trtmrCAMIIUIDCK. i 1 Likely N *gro Woman, aged about "0 vf.ir*. Tilh Knight, E-q. Tlic house i i- new .mil contains 5 largeliiij4ie.l 6- Drab Beaver lists, .

Ohio. Jaiainry, l .M.M her Z chiMrew, belonging) to the eUate cf Jthn Ju.lgcTirus -, rINimniall 1 two ui'fiuih.d.AL ]. u Wide-a-Wake. Seal and >'ow-a-day .

">!-rp. .T KiiM A- C-\ ate neailv Ht of M'Land's 1een'ed. $o at t thi- fame limn the l"t adjoining on the a' Sporting llats of all qualities,

Pill It vin.1'1 br well to tl>eepttfi* supplied' : ina'i' known on d: v of cnlo.P.ERHY Vt! title. Trnr.s. oni- half c.i-h, blance in twelvemonths Hardware.2S Willow Ware, Notions, &c.. 12 dox. M "Black and CJl'd Wool Hat, Si j ,

as there is a grcut tk-suaud for them in our place.OG1ER : Deeen.ber 2, 14. 4* ]15E1JKY HOWLlis Auttioneers. of a'l sizes and
& CLARK. t i Shfcll. Men's Cloth Caps pnces, VBovaoiitWa
Ivory. Horn and Rulber Comb*,of all kinds
4, aJ ;' Nov. 25. 1Sl._Sct.t.: copy _47 dozen Pocket Kniv--, Knives nub} Fork*, Carver Cloth un.i! Hair! LVushi-s, Ej-tic! lress Shields, I'ljin, and 1'Ll itS, and '
For sale at all ijio Drue Stores in Tall&haoseo, Notice. -
6l"on* Aecncv in ?verv Town in the South. Valuable Lands for Sale. ?, Powder llii-ks.Locki-of allkiii-l It. / umrc.I'itt*, and Fat.cy Dutton. Port Monais. Hankers Cases I V :
r A LL per-rtii5! indrbteJ to the rotate of> Ailt-n Ilai"Z ,. P iint smj Vaniish bru-hep, Silver Thimbles ti.lns'iae Crockery, Glass, and Stone Ware.
t. 4 December 9, 1654. 49 2w I \ fir ralt'! I l.n-2rt ecu* of land, lying South File. (. .hrllra'.v l t,. I Pl. ne*. Cast : Wrought ,
tIi.!i hite <>M.i'liiii County, di-e'd, ;-n-qu-stfd IOn-T.lt Extrat-ts: Funcv O.U and Soap, Ixx.ki-jjj Glarses'lrc' '1 rticle usually kept in this lins. 4'
toco s<- fi-rwnrd and niako p.-ntnetit. and th'-sp haviugde 1 : : ',', "n the Chipolu River, on Uith sids] Hinges, Iilind F .tener*, ir":iil Axes, LV.ilns: au i .:i< do., Mu-tard Spoon Saint I Spoon and J\ERY

OBITUAEY.thi n.ndis against Ntidfitite. will pn-M ntlhcni dulva'i'u of the\ n-ad lou'ii'ig i: t"Mi-riit's Bii.lge. The tract c<>mmencefc Chop Axes, Spring K.ilauce.: Vaitcr'iea Tray., Fort.-. Ci,5t..r Patent Cotf-e ltoters, French CutfeeBtomI Satdlry! i; I ft: .i

-i>tlcitp: i.i Town ind cmbrBct-e about btore L-tck. Trac-. Rn ea-t. li.i'.ter, Fifth and! iS'y sns. Kitent Leatt.er Itc!:*. C.>ral and Jet eck % }
; thi i; l.fint: 4 o'clock W-dncsdnym Bribed bv law or thev v ill \I.o bi rred. three hnnilr.-il arnsf ba!>:m
l -. Dec. 5th, 1S54. in bis tenth jear. JOHN GHAT- tsILAS F. HARDIE. Adci'r. | suitable for th ]ir. iicti"ii of Tobacco, C-'ra and Cot L .i',, Clriiiw, !.di".i-e. :.. } rj'.hi., Ward Rul* J looks, fa K-y L'i-kt-t.*. Clothes !ilnmrcrIV is. t ijugarKixts. l and cViL1-yr: *- t'irs'Ham'
1 ly.iit l"\f aci c'tind.!. Tliere are five Sh'.vel Kti.l TOII.JS. l'em.ler. P'ire Ircy.<, Well WfcecL:, i\ Irons and Leuth- t-
TAN, youngest fronof James B. and Keuttte J. GanI'e. > D.p.nil'er 0. 1S54. -19 _41i ton. : txvtn'y ; Cedar Pails het-krs and Ti/cs. Wt-11 Utu-keu Game Bags, Valises, Bridle Bitt*. Srirrjp '
<.1( tuiMiitiKU| )j'X4- in cultivation within an av- S.i-1 .Su vh and Dolls! &Io Leallicr Calf Skius, Ac, &c.Jountts. n
cioj- Patent Irons! <> spoiLs:, AxL l'n.lfl4 To\s an-i F-jt Stoves, Stop. Match Safes, t eis, String ,
Master in diftaneo .f mil .-f ] i the Chi ? :
i Chancery; Sale. crage oi.i-i a i5tiilpry on lowtl
t li.- fr Wi.-iJuvv: Sash C-.nl, Cotton nnd Ma! \irtue of Decree in jmla tier, a i-tieam naiigaHe by barges at almoitjtiiv [I:ub., Cane: Sew hi.Chulrs ''V ,1VN
Ci.ild.ei.-
BY a Chancery, render-] *.ti of Uie x ear. Rifles and Shot Gu-is, from jlo to {50. HorseShoe .. Starch P.-l-
PORT OF ST. AUKS. sib lay of DeunJjer. A. I). I lV 4. ia! a cause -IMIU u-Ji. TiH'th Jjriioheh, Rubber Stars, St* el Pens Best Assortment of Bnnneii, Wreaths and in- .* ". ]
The nt consist of a g"nt-I double >en log NailC jtti Cards also lot .
of U-st
;, itnpio\<.ti! | u ; a large Gun '
in lon Ciieut Ooint, wb-r<-in Jatn* J. Fkl! ami Caps, Toy Cup and Sauc-erV Letter anti FOOlS- V fluirer*. VS
,
with biK-k CIiTiIiei jlji sntiableout; lioust-a -
v ,
ARRIVED.I wife, acd <*t>:crs are C"icp'dnu.t' .. nad Jaui-s B a hou-w.coopi-r'a th"p a amid a uevcr f.iilinj veil of excellent Cut Nails, Hollow Ware, lc. c.ip Paper, Travt-Ihng llii it Lemon Sous ." :-, -V- ;.aCroforios.
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Btutrd( Ekecut.r, if., mid others are.hft-nit.t I will '. ?!tI
) ., ( lro! A-cs from Savauv.th. water.
i. Rt.'anithip nn, -
*if fr sal- at public outciy to the Li ln>nt bidder .
ia Kv W st and Tampa, 4 paspeugtrs, and exp. before the Court House door in the ..fTJhdm I \\ ill alo hell niv intoro-t 5 iii the land, distillery I TO ar.d La -. ira G-ffee. Old Government Javnv ': .
CIO l sick* salt '. Oity anl l Ware.hou-e atilerrittV I I5id.j i: ?. )l\-r&onc wishing R Loaf Brown and Crushed Sugar, Imperial and* V ** .
>-'e, on ii M'Hi'lay, the I 1ft f January next
J.i-id. with to .urelta-i. bare a b.irjr.Jn nod are rcfern-d for GROCERY sheii Butter in salt ** '
IVc l 15aik Jenny (nfc.15 I ,) (lie fo'iiowing described lands! t'> wit : l E }, of
L've p IJalil..ni I). Ld I.r.e. I. NV j and E 5 S W J of M-ctiou I S. juiil l H E J and and Jumts D\lu-s near the nrrtni'es. 1 :3 :dl tinti W( 5.ip1iet; I with fre.lu (;rucerie4 an I Pr.'ri-io'nm_ l&it.h wUL battid a' low the Market V Wii-key 1836. Roce and llHntlin.MadruaP V V V -
W | N E: 4 K-cti'.n !19. in Tonu-Jiip t, i .rth of LV alwavui La I '
II. BRYAN. ciU p.rnut. f 'r CA11e kee1 in a s'iiv iif N'rtlitru anil \% F'li.jr. Baeon Sides, ansI Wine, Onious. Rice. Tobaoco and ioap. V VI
Sherry
). Range S, EnM, coiilau.iic two bi<:ni<-.h l aii'l -i ht\ oeiiber1S,1SS1. 4v 46 Ilaiii' :inih ShsiU'Jrs! itri. uar turt-I 11 i.us. lt" tu.I J tv. Crudie I. Ii)1t, Clarified. l'osrderedanl I Slav h. CJudy Candles and Shot Snuff in bi.t.tlgrs a$ i y

2. St.a ) I it Gord *u, !uukee fr> New Orieaim acrAUo.. tJ J>e E; \ S V i. and tl.t.V t "fN W f Brisanm Stars, lilack ;w I Greed 1 ci-'. ; 5r. Siae lIf ; I kni 1. Seler.ites, Spcrri. Srair, Adamantine I! bladders.* Powtler, in half and wln.le Keg. '

via IVn-uCiJii full the S I E 4 'f N E j'f H-ctiou S. and tj,*. K J of :D. II. AmE mmiii C.ua iV.! Siaps, Fl-li, JhrlJIU. Culti.h, Ma2kerel. lLerri.s.. C.III hI.4 U.1 Nuts of all kinnd Crackers, j Cider and White wine quarter Vinegar, White !'um. P.ncli' V

; 4. .c4r.' \ "m. li IVtt'f. FaucHt. Xew Oleins.ith : N 1 E 4. and the S 1 E i of MCti-m I $. m Tjsf.bfp: 2 'I' '_ \Vorer'ter S Uee. l'ickled V. a.n1s, ('.iji..r.t, Pic.thUi. (..YauIatl.tweilixetl l'iekls, Chow Chow, and l Aniericaij Brandy a&J Old 'Nt' V -

2J3 thl*. ur, Jo IM-! cotton, 6 ca>cs tobacot, North: Of Range :Z. Ili-t: eoLv.-iiiing f ur ]hui tar
1SI b.l'-: \iin. 1 forty aT*, &sid twotia'-t i .f land] cotitainnc'. to Ilth 2 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 3IutarI, Muutani k Msi." Durkee s ezet IswiIr-, Cremahrtiea: 1)I.ti Currants, Dried Arples and Whiskey. : ,

4. 'vlnp Jikrri.-t lJ'$xie, labwaring, ft-J Xc\v Voi*. 4.r. 24t asren. And ;L1.o the f'.l-iWiiig) iconic' bl.-iv.-e : JM DRUGS AND MEDICINES. I'tuii.ii S.lt.; Pr.erv..i ((1t usipi Tanitriii is. ( .mrrLrlt. .PPe! ;ltai j ( uiiwe 1Itlv, I'rnaies, I'ie Fruits. Enrini. .

tiiih :IM '
balk Ai :;2w1 (.). Gaic, t" Jr4Miu. A. P<-ttisiTYrok.ih *-"'I Tt-mpv aid her cjjil and Ni U,v. Tern's *- >h. i "T lIST reoeivo.1: p r Barque Asa Fi.-h," a fie.h cup 1eau4.ii'1" : Fire I'r04f : l'uie ntiiI No. IS ante Lta.'., Faic Viite l'iittv, I3ik.d Lmnred Oil, I GENTS black and colored Cioth Tweed Fifck'Frock.and Dn-Si Yiu V A .' t

JJ2C I bJ.-H Cutton. 45 bale yarn. Jf<7 dry I H. ARCH( E!!. ,IK, 1 f J ;ply of Druse) and! M .licue*. Pjit.t, Dili. Vnrnu.L5. 1tet Sjsriii Oil. Lard Oil. ILCIjIiIt Oil. ('. .'. l'owiler an I h t, S diee; Seasrfal: ; Saxikirag lubauco, I Gentlemen vuloml 7l kinds with 4 ,

Jli i.- ioi bwr Skin -J bjles| Shvp; tiluus, 2 Ot- 4zu.tt r in Cl.j.ua ry. ; *-- Putty anti tiln s Ware-a tjrtj*>ral aKsortmeut of Stiul; Sarsjiarilla, Ita.j'herry aui Lemon Svrul,, .Ppe Cse, Maeiartai; .ic. >d half Frock Coats. 'Jvewnts o<*IVaVers, Collars BE V
1 ortmcnt of Vest, Pauts, Shirts, V
tIT SUw, 1 box. Mvuriiil WI.IIT.j.j -emberV, 1854. Ola -19Gadsden ) Colors, lirii-Jii-h.iiiid! otln-r Piiltitcrn'matirinln.. ALSO V I k fc .
-- .SC A'C.E .
'a''lvl'mfJ J'ainpt-ro ck'jin-d from K-w Ujieiiiij on Al-o tine Soap*, Fine Tot.th and, Iljir 1'rukhes, Lu- ,
'ju iW, nod Jaj.r Wit Af-He| t. Steumer Joidon x\i3l leave about Uitj November 4, 18i I. 4t 1IODGKIS3 i SCO Hardware.VERTTP.ING :
) virtue of tlu- v-Fted tame by law, I shall I'haulers und I II 1ii.i.n* will I ulwas find at this I'T. '
H tit,, power i la tLfc lia .
AVrMEM. (k1uiu. usually kept
lit'Qiiiney stiib'iAhiiu) ( full f.ipply of tiny* needed, It -- s.
X]>obe for sale bef-TO the Court hft'ins e TLe fctcamer 0"r.l--n'ill: ,'ui irgulaily be.lw.eu the .. | in the ,' tlbral! tunitf.Ouki Furniture. .-
Uadsden County, on pec ;ii Mntid.iv >n : Cabinet
tliin pet arid New Or'uLuui, (.rl>clir .'jcu thw jxrtudK March nert, 1le following described lnn-l. or f* much > from the Country promptly filled ntul sat- Copartnership Notice En-t frona V

$ < v Wit. thereof will pay the state nu R VV
VKSSELS li. i'ORT. thereon for lii years Ib&S and 1S54. and the CXJKJUj j V. PLj>ie5aui' prtKcnjitioud cart fully comKPPIXO'S V n.erly (K.-eupi by Jo. U'Lite. at Cenireti'.Ie, Blackjnit h Towls.October :V-

Bal Clatk ; Uewtllvu: Sherman. Jency MIS incident thereto to A\it: Eight bundled and eec- puu.ft.d. Fl.'ii'ia.I will pou'inuf tiie buruifb uiiJer I the name 4 5 ; -
Liud. Ci1e. -nty acres of land, lying and bting in the Uoun'y of AlI, COMPOUND FLUID EX- rpIIES'ibsC-iiler' i.t M.tnimhtetnmiing raid Receiving.! and .t tIc if lhrd tt Combs, whre they are now of- SI. 1SJ4.IV__ _ _

Brig J. (,. Audeikr.ii, Drlauo.t G d
otlierfe, on Flat Creek num't-u tut Lniiwii i.iit knowu i ia -tonior* nnd otb r*. I Worcestershire Sauce V
L-iuil. liD beltti. Jtftn | "" .f I the fnlo\vit-s Arti'-h t: A. IL / LD Otard Brandy, ..
the Wili'.n to COMBs V
*
)purjniting ;
"CLARKE 111 liAU. Bose Wood, llahogatiy, \\\J Old Port, Fresh Lobster, -
Florida 1. A. B DUCSblNfJ -
R. A. 1
c ttaptcro T. J. Wilson of Leon C >uuy. Florida. I K F. BYKD.OcMxrCC. j Madeira Shad.
u.il'ai:1lJVi.. v.jth Miritle Slalrf. .V
J AM ESM. SMITH. : : I Citstrevill". t 1S51. 3m. 4S
t S--" A egi.lnr Mtiiig of this Chapter take* I GaJd-n .1IEKCHAXT TAILOR PLAIN I it U hi E. LT. iMj..g.my. Walnut! and Bay. Sherry, CUms. -:
Tar AttfMor A Ciltctvrf< r Co.i -------VV ..
place at Mat"'iic, Hull this Evening, itt 7od I SJDE-BOAKDS. Jlabi'gkuy, Walnut and Bay. London FVtt.e-, UaI1but, : % rr. |
(ck, of which mi-inbcrs vill tnke luc ijo'.k-e i i Oiiinov. i'epnih'orcl.1A54.I_ t Isi i __4ft____. DKAI.CK IN UUADV M.ttn: CLOTHM; AMJNTLKMK.N'S with ansi without il.tiLlc laliM. Tar Tar I Scut'h 1;, Sardines, ; > Wf--

$ %ibiting the city, in R m\\ etujiiiig] are 4 Gadsden Tax Collector's Sale.BY ( : : FCKM-'IIIXC ( ooi. UKXTKKTABM-: ; : ; .. e Wo-.il, Mahujjany anJxiv. : OU sale, any quantity of Tar made by the Patent 'ornatoe etelil1 : .

or.ig1v* invitfd to <t-nd. Uv oilier.I TO\V receiving at the Wll known old! stand fornu'ily with M.irhv! Slab. IV.\cr. '1 hi* Tar being entireh frf. ( 1ndy Ct'rnies! V'alutauy
) l; 14. Ju..v1oR." virtue of the vet-ted iu me by law, I I. Claike .t t Stilbnin and ruin any ( Spices, V ,
Secy. power occupied by : a general DININO TABL1LS.; MahngaiiWalnut Bay. I grit, dust etc, id the \ CiV be-t in 'so f-r vessels ri"- Jtly, .
-- '. expose fr sale befit the Court Uousej aM.rm! nt of Superi Clot liing, Finn- WORK TAULCS, il-ihogany. Walnut anti Bv. fe'T- McNAUGHT t ORK.ND. Cnqant dt). Pickles, .. .

j door in Quiney, GiulMlen Ctuity, on the t-ccond Mn i hhiu. (loodr, CI"th-, Ca-n mimes-es. Votings, Ac, oiiu- Jtlaho any (2'iartette Stands. Dressing Stapd;. T-i- ;';.-v Port, October 28. 1S4. 4. FrvsevedQninie.e:, Iapbcrry Synip, ; ;
,I A S 0 ic I C. f the following atticleo : let StauJs. "l Kjiving; (ilaies, Sofw, Tete-a-U-te F' >t 4. I'eazs. Struiwberry .1 V .V

t The Grand Anuual Cnvucttio m of the firnudJtMul HSvjll be eufBcieil to pay th'-) State and Fine itlnck Dri-.is Frock Co ts. Stcn,1. 3Iah"gany x-kiig Chairs Walnut and ija5lc -| Carriages, Buggies, arid Harness, '. Giier, Lemon ". x'

Arch Chapter of the State of rWvln.; vill btlufd County taxes then-oil for the -etna: H53 and 1854 '4 Black and C-l'd Jsingle; Breasted Frock and C.nv back do.. Cane seat and! Wi.ii l tit,.; M.ihog-: ;i For Sale by P. B. Urokaw. s r41ii! ( rlatme, (;ing.r .. ,. VF

in the Mawiuie Hall ID tlw City gf Tul'.ahaf.i'ee. and the expenses inddent thereto, to-wit : One hun Business Coats, inv Wnrdrolifs, Cherry mind Poplar do.; Rose WOIM! voing Extraci, Vinc Apvle "

(In the .uixiMuniUy iu January txt.. ti Z o'cl'XkV. : dred and nineteen acres of land, lying and beinjjin the 1 Fancy Cniiinrc; (It). do. Ji>. Wash Stands with Yare! Slabs, Jdi.'psiny l.t., Walmt. -- V 'r "lIE SubscrDr lisa just reei-ivj-d a | pnnu.hOUvt's, V SaJatI i, t4 l lEiigIli

.M.Officers. County of Oadadwi. uumber not kn'.wu but known as B ick und Oilortnl Cloth Overcoats, Bay anj Poplar li'.; 1.lIl.fanv; ] .N.k Cases, ;_ '__ veryhrgp supply of Carring.jries. .Bilk- Mustard, Capers, .;. r

iwmbet and h. the Harvey land, purporting to L' lnng to M. Harvey. .5 Black Io,-kin Panti Waluut'iin-l Hay iti.; M-thogaiiT Ugh pout IVd-teads! ,V and II irne *. whieli he uffera to Clare:, V V SarkIing CitIc STutuokp V

ing busineM witij the Nuno.will uke due uuicc' midi JAMES S. SMITh .' Faticy and d-l'd Cisi-iniere Pants, Mahogany French do., AVnluut Cottage do.,Bay, Cherry i sale on the mo>t rca.onol it terms.jSVvcujber p d P.rt Juice-. 1 ? Vil :

goverl tlicnw.-lves aceonlingJy.J Tax. AMtior { Ccllrttorfor Godxden County.Quiocj .' Black and Fancy Silk VwsU, und Poplar; high and low |**t d1,. ; Malmgany 18, ISSl.I havana Segari''. II.. H. AMES. .) '

y order J. B. TA Y LOU. Grand Siei claryof December 9, 18&4. ids 43Gadsdcn .. 1'aIIc'elvet do.do. I'arlor Chairs, Cane unit l Ku. h Cottage dp., Office dc, Novernherll.1854. 4 V

ike Grand Cliap'.cr nf FloriJ Cas.: di>. Caihmexe Untie seat Diui d > Children do.. Common Cane ami I For Sale2

TallaLaswc December 9, Ib54.5T" Tax-Collector's ;Sale, .' \\ bite Marsailles do. I>. B. Wood Seat do.; ilaLogatiy yciefri; g, Hair Clotlj V VALUABLE plantation or oso urc Master in Chancery's Sale. V V: 4

I BY virtue of the power vi-stetl in me by low. I A L S 0- and Wire Clotli. & lyir- on the Mefidjan Poad.six mfles B virtue of a decree iu cnBiitcry. r..Zir..l ojIjth h. .

The Grnud Annual Coniiautiication; of the <-xrH.'e for sale before the Court House door A fine assfirtmeU of Shirts, Collars, Cravat. Black All of whieli will be sold low for Cali. Furntum north i.( Tallahassee. This* i is one of the best day.of Novem.ben A. D. 1854. m" Jefferson '_. S'S

J llraud; Lodge of Free r.nd Accepted MIHOUS of the State I m Quiney, GadnoVD County on the second Monday in White nnd Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjustin" repaired at short i >twe. OEO. DAMON. watered plant..timns iu the state ;'.:id prtHluQiL-s finely tigeuit Court,yrheriu 4sa May.a'dmniistrajwrof Rich -
March next, the follow thereof October, Ib51. llw 4JCoroner's In.th corn an.i cotton. It ins rnt.retvtr the ''advm ard B. Cole, deceased "and also of J&a estate of Caroline a
ing loud much
Florida will be held in the Masonic Hall in the city or so and Meiirio Under-thirt Jeans.
3 Cottxin ,
Stocks. .
tiit'i_ of lvon. ,.. ::1.V.. '_ ) :: his vifis
as will be bufncient _, i. : VVV Cole, deceased. arid"lliirpfti ILMay !
iu to the State and taxes r 'j' "' I WUC IL LIII.eleared (4
of Tallahassee on the firtU Monday January next, pay County Drawers. Brown, Fancy, Cotton and Li le Thread i tMt1y
theron for the l.-nd in Midille Ilui4Ia and said May in right of liis'said wife and as her next r
18&3 and Sale. .Cknowis the Harris
U 10 o'clock. A. M.Oflicers years l sM, mid the ext>en- White and Colon-1 Cuinbiic Handkerchiefs all ( as
see imideut thereto Hose, hammnelc,) which will in 1 iud pom'lainants, vs.. Altin Mac and Caroline his
Uwit: Four huu-lred! and eighty t-K.p be ummr. There are ,
and members will take reasonable term
rpptcwntatives, acres of laud Ijlag and IViijg iu Osxlwlen Countv.lujmbers of which are offered to the public on Y virtue of a certain writ of fie.ri f.ic-j.is i- mimero-j never failjng sprinija; of the purest waUrr-n wife. 1(1141 tb.ntaut bek Jtidard Tt. Coleiind oth- jt
thenwelves offered iu this Market.C1l
dutuotice and 3
thereof accordingly warranted good as
govern not knuvo, but known as the JJnidfin tract and as sued fioni the Clerk's OtUee of Leon Circuit the pmce. For any filiation jn relation to the ers, Dthudaut 1 'ivfl'el1t at poblie outey before the V V V

15y otdir JNO. H. TAYLOR, Ua'id& eyfifthe of laud, purporting to belong to ti,* eit Ue of Braden. null examine.Koremcr Court, Mi-Idle Circuit (f Florida, whcuiu Haley T. placo, apply to Hr. IJopkmj," 'un1a1ninisee. or myself Court House door m Jhe TWU of Montkeilo on Moa- V

Grand L>.d e of the Ma'e f F.orlda. JAMES M. SMITH. 4, 16,51.,, 44. Miocker. Sheritf, adni n&trati-r.
Talhh.is.scc pi-ctrubtr 0, 1654. Tar Collector
Quincy, K-emUr a. 1H54 Ida 49 Bounty Land Warrant, feiiUitit. I have levied upon *nd will i-xfi<*e for sale, in th'c; County .of Jefferson to-wit: ,

t? De M'Jay I'nrainjtmejit: No,. 1, of Knights u TH OUGHT at the h'is.lt. price, and procur- be low the Court house diK-r in the city of T. llahaten *- Oils, White Lead, &c. TCe Southern part of the West hf of thj Northwest ... .

Tctiilar] Kuiibt$ of Mall*, and sprenJant Orders, BUek Seed Oats, &e., \WB.lFTpcuTs, J5it ej ftt those who have not been able to establish *, oil Monday) the 1st day January" A. D. 1855:; 1 00 RQXES Window Glass, assorted sizes, quarter of sctiou 11, Township 1,8outb"of'B'anjri 4. VV

ill mw t in TlLiha tee during the Communication O A fBUSUELS Seed Otts. for cab* hr their claims If any have received a 11 the fi'lli'Viutf described proprrty, to-wit : 1 k'i WlAite Lca, pure, *tit i'No.. 1, naiing5O: acre; also f>ur and a half eijcbtE* ,
*f the G raad Lodge. By order Grand Commander.o. OUU BERIty A ROWLE9. 1es amount than they were entitled tu, let u>e know 1 wo hnuJri"! acres .c-f l.uid, Inure or less, being anti S barrels Linseed Oil." "- lying near the Augustine Road *nd boondd by'' bniUof .

B. TAVLDft Rcdllde-. December 2 1854. 48 [SentineL llavjogliw f
JaUkliasfcc, Dectuber V, I J654.WiU.rs and settling of Government claims. I understand Mill Track, with all th.e impri-venu-nts Uureou. Ie\i rt J 2.) Kegs Zitjc Paiu.t, Cote ; also one otl er tractor parcel oT Iaoil 1yii4 fe V

throughout the CARRIAGES fully the ways and means of getting through lh upoi .fl* the property) of Council A. Bryan and tv l be t) pteka.s Firejio( Patjit, ((11. anii lb1a.) on the Augustine Road. e mtajnnj f ut and a halt r
State, friendly t/ (lie cause, BUGGIES and I have in mid writuf lit/ri facia according to lav,. thellarycj'Und: tad ftlwlooeothei '
rjilooiigeb gi\i.r, various Departments at Washington. my sold to satisfy ; l.nrrela Tptin Oil, 1 hll.CIitL Yrtii eighth, known as ;
their Icipcet %c wc iasertiouwf tU above iu HARNESS TO MATCH. poftsesfrioo record uvideuce<>f 256 Florid.i.87 Alaluona, I). E. HULL, Coroer., spirits T rntst i ( tract t'r parcel of lanfiTyjnjr oo tl a4tk4dIng{ from '

papers. received and constantly oomincr, a fine as. 120 Geortfia beitles South Caroljus and Tew e* c-c flccmier 2. 1S34. 43 ; the estate of R. B. Cole tij Sf0"1 ice114"f V four rtghti t i.e tt Vi

,JUST <'f Saddles, Bridles aud Mnrtaigalct.f all Muster Ilolls of persons jenjjaged in the Florida War.If Novemborll,1854. 45 containing *in all one-i thUUSDdflfldtV$1.tflO.' "t b *7 .5 :

For Charleston.fiw kinds ; Trunks of vcry dt-scriptiou) ; Carnage Trim. you have any Quarter Master. Pcu iou or Ijounty For Rent, or less.
and Uublm Carriage B-ws, Laud Claims, call in. Ko charge if I obtain no money. 2a* afhiflrQne hjdf in on* year, and the 4V
Axles
r" Barqua J. W. Dyer, Dyer ma tnmgs. 7 Springs ioehes long String Leather Call r C. II. 11LQOD. OS the rst January next a tract of Ian J 09 tl'tChuettatho.diee otbtr 1 alf! in two years from tbe daleof the sae' with j
dM113 ecUd BoltB from 1J to ; River, contaunij about four huu1lrud O" VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, datn the rate ? cent to W Li
i Ji|> touu-ive, will have Skins Buffalo Jlobes, witU u few more ol r N. It. Persmis with unsettled bosinefs with himself interest from j o eight'per
JIIUedUILC despatch for the above port. For freiglit and Lining left, or A. Richardson irs invited to will without delay acres, with an cxeelleiit liiuduig. at present occupied "VWILL.be: giveuoa lTiursday evening, tic 14th secured by niorteHge oo ile premlset. '
thow yetAll '
or (us age Apply lo Whips & WliiUker'a Store by the Mestrs., llods-.n aud foiiuerly known asKI.tUI > in J AMES R. TUCKER.
Messrs. Cettuu ? inst. tnssict /
of the above for Bale cheap ns thn limes ti-iil at my office (over ,) defnityia Ibis exi :u-c of re-
TOWLII
MrNAUGUT A OUMO D. admit I). E. HULL in Tallahassee, Flo.Noveurbcr )* landing. FKEPEKICK I' to St John's Cburck in this citv.vtul Special master in Chancery. t Itt
J'cv J'01 t lit i- tc.9 ;851. July I, lOi-G:: November 25,1831. 47T V ;
4 December 2, ?W4. 43 3m ill p54. 45 GUI :r ?, 1W315 Ientiue! 't t V' *


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IEW GROCERY AND LONG & GALBKAITII, NEW COTTON GIN. Jew Darld's hebrew Piaster.rpriE G'JTTA PERCKA WATER PROOF GOODS Notice.

ATTOUXKVS AT Lvw 1'AT.L.tA'F.. FLA.A rent remtilv for RhcumntNm.! 0"iit, Pain in TRADK! :31 A UK. SIX tnantl.a aifer dnte. I rf.all. present '

pROVISOs1STORE. 1 the Si.le, Hip. !flm-':. Linib" nnd J.-ii-tn; ; Scrofula I .! r.m'jhcM to the Hon. Jude f mt"
IT A. LOXCi JL J. R O \ LUR1TU I.v.. .. n o r1lIl Xr.\V PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYLIXDlii 's Exil. Wl.i Swilling* H r.l! Mmr.or*. StiTl' l lJ..in J !fct.n C.'imtv.n* l lisp.. 8herir nip I IofW.
-i'g (
r' 1 H, S. S. iiciii: I1 h tun:* 10 ir.'d! frrmi b'i tt.e? ill elated tl-ew.M-lxc* in the) practice of Liw.'Ilicy .- A. : fUN wbo-e f.iihre has Ucn irix>rtel : at.l, fill vsedp-iir-: wbatevir.; Where this ] !; .> of the! rstnte of Hvnry (;rBDtlw (!

M i js: lil# t-r.y. .vi I V pf>. *,l iif I.lI entire t-t'x.-k i it' >) xvill attend the Courts in th- Mid He Cirnilt. the tin 41111:h all of the Cotton glowing State*, i is iti.L! alive l'hma'. r i* applied Pain enm't exist. I *>f i! J C--jnty, and mnk to I* fi.clireJ! eeirte.I fr., 'I '
Supreme C.virt* and the Di-trictCouil i-f the l'mte-1 a-i-1 "Me in run, and l dniin, the la t f et.'fl hn U-es ahlnhmmitdrairnm..
t.3, t' the iitirptti'J.; *ve iVe crcnt p sure ; The Plaster' j i--" (!he ndvantttrM: ff bcinj put 742EBY4(4GuTTA \ DANIEL T. I.ING
tlut of i
br.ui--l.t to fi.itc
xvhich
j.erf.'ci. itnde *
States T llahaecc.Ott'ue : <
at .
S'tiiaiWr
7ire"'flt1iZ n'jwlve* a ra'idili'- fr thaiI < fivrtUep : in air t5Jt: bxchence they retain their full xir- 14 1iI. cSIItr
'< tain. For tbort ht.iplc its up
) Couit 1uue. *uctY ct l great sisrwriintyover
oppo-itethe
mtrivii of the pi'.Vie CCII.TJ'IV! nt
c yenI times i'l all eliiu.tte.'fhj4 *.
October 2S. 185*. ths saw ( iln i.1rikiiilv appirciit, to <;o( .l jud!;e?. .
; 4&cs .t I r4fCjO1CZ. } FAMILY! AND OTHER ly in its ct-lehrnN-d' P'aius i EstrRrtor ba Ixrn PO runlivly AiYiERIGAIW -
Thi superioritv COUHM* leaving the lint cleaiiT.i /fiQRTH
GR-OCEfllES :it Hit Old Sinml ofC.v ined by Piixsiinn' inn! tb' pi-ople in geflfrul. FOUR sizes S-jjrir Mill: RolKrj wtftntU 3.
WM.M. LAW1'fl--R 'VAIWIt.ITT B.tT-WM. M. T.b />oie 'ind/rtf fioin) kno't, and docs not! cut. on
:.;. t. ;. ; :fliij: ii purl of the following i-fti l 'th"in lhi oui try arid }.ur'pi. that it i* aim! t r.n-- 11 .in-l 16 inch. A! >. fl.9 IA
I OR-Jt*CIt T. KIM! -W. LAVTON, JR.M. break. 'r in any tray injure the fibre nt the Mine ( PERGHAO13L \ Wh-el .
1 bi Srfnmt: >f. H.
it. Yet thrc
alu-iit w-me l POXD
; I time inipaitinc lii the lint that wR and o'ly fet huffwhich !( "* t t- .*-)v anything nny A {
FL1UH. Bvi S|, bPoiV. lItlH flI4 S'ii.kr. who tnn-l! in ned of if* 1 calin-j: : pi.WITH vhol-aven-t: _Xewpoi ptemlier 2.J 85L 3-5
nr.tiii.il to tho wbui hand. _
l ft i
[ I is : ; :iple pu-'xcdhv
.a ; p ., P.cUe.l ll, ef, L-ir I, Sir: Cure I H-rns in cnn v i vox & C 0. making! the lint fioin the .iiue % t tf soc'l. worth vt tried! it. For their !>nK s we wil:! simply fate i COMPANY 121 i N'ew Bank Agency at

:Y v.i *. J.tv.a an 1 Hi > CT<**. Po v leie-l I, Ciu hcJ. L mf. from A 1 than when wb.it it lm done in thou=and3 ofeiwis, and what it
to } cent-* pound iiu-iu giii'ied
4. CtriS.'il! A'ilP.rwn t S'Uir' *. I5nrk;! mi 1 Green; Teas.Pepj : Jslonb! (Cotton fart org the < in. per will do fur them when tried. r'PHP. mi'Ter-i netL! Aru'-nt !for tlSe

I( >er. SpW ofill kh 1 1''. f pern.: Su rand t Aa T-lan 1 Cotton l eiutiful: and will \ \NEVFfORKIf .i BANK OF wL\\vnop.os.c..4u? -

Oaii'llcti. Sit1. Cat iip* <-r all kin 1*. Pepper and Xo 13, Southern Wharf, ;ziii fioiii M'U ti' 1OOO p" : 'N -r d. y. :tfllu firaManufactuifTS : -r A VOICE FROM OEORGIAJlrtiil J p-ire-1 to ilie'>unt K'lUi ,f Exckan'r. Trqf,
i Worcester Stii***. Ciiper*, Pickled Ovtlcr*. Sutdine, JH (.'Icks. fir. ttV. on any t>f the
: CJI I ?KLKSTOy S. C. have testul it. I th'* lint i- in a lanu h tifjul'tiiring ti ftiinnnyfi out it Plty l.-inn. \ & ( principal ri'
llu-t.nr.1 S'..ta. 1'i4erved of all iiih.I Chooolite. Tow-in of th IT. 3. Ala.> libf ral
: Aucut2r,. 1P5J. :T.4 oinCopartnership better c Hid it ion for the illll tl.aii fioin any otlurGin. (C!::STLJMIYour Iltlrew pla'tcr l.as cr.rcd me & a.Iranccs t :
FivU! an I <} shei U iVer. Chee, Starch, Vineirar.Kiee. while in stnre. nnd wntintr order, Ac
..; of piii) : ..f w l.ich 1 have suffci, cd for twelve yc.-irs p.et.
] mil in f"t .vixthh.j flU .1 crer) tiling unailyhcpi % ) Notice. InX.-ith Cainin.i! Me r 1 little.: .Sonoflvl r.>:nbCountv I hi, lag thi jHrio.1! I l.ilmred r.utlir nn cfllk-ti n of my Sept.23.JK3l._ 37 DAc.Lflb

.., S 4i in the rating lino._ALSO_ T E un.lomjrni'd. have tbi.:< day filtered into a e. and l>r. U. L. 1 Hill.1 ofWnjnc (". tin' nndM loin ni.d title, M.d tried tnany icmedi'S that: mx own 100 BOXeSiaflufaeturedioic0,1

; parlncrrhip in theWHOLESALE '\ i r.il oth rn II.IM. tiled th) ,- (Jin onHiott Cotton the raiedical expeiinire sujrstfti-d" witlxut obtaii.i.. ; IGHE-ST I JIeda.1 of WorMV Fatfr md! GoM Meda

; Port, MaJeira fcii'1 Claret Wincn, Whir-leer, Tobacco, pa-t 2eI'.t'u) and me highly pbad with the nsi'lt.In relief. At h-n''th I UM-.1 }onr Pl.-iMtr. Hi.nri nowby I I of American Institute nucrdeil f r tiu.-.c gooda (10 nslgnment.r .
AND
-- lUxiiinj, U-'p1. Twin.. Si'. u *. .Y ,. 8'I: *-f xxhk-h xrevTrr RETAIL Tex-is th" Ni w ( iiu is l nnd ti' s\ve< p ihanCapt. : .- it* K'' >d I'lrcft? i-ntinly enrol. I will rtei irs'inciu.I WAREHOryEOFCO., lr. P.I.OAD'WA'i: atdP1XE 'lIE .ul-crihr ha. 41ij I.xe

fir i'nW.ei h'iJ vil# -r tt-tai) on n renmhl : rnc iILCIt .It-hit ).: >Mii: \Iatg..riIa.. who ]iiii< ha'd; the lie Jow I.itdr I I.-! rw Pla-trr t In all v.ho r.rc n.f ni-UET, x. here may be f<'nndGnUa tureil r.hda''l), (if ai.rtt-d qimmilirks Virgir.a

q torm for f'f A or tit? otctjt'tt crns any other : THIAMI: AMI STYI.I: orBARNARD fnvt t two Q'tttt Mild i.i T X.IN: da< lairs th.it if )ho liajlicohed ; 'I-u ing from <'nntii<-lii ii .f the mn.-tle-1, ot i pirmatutitp'lin Perrha Cociix in Great more care th.iri hnt Seaiiuis jot, an4 pt..t
; : helter
)hi.i'e in the f ity.Paiti in time )ba\fiiiiied( bis wln-l it tl' t'\\f\ I b.uk. Variety, 'a
in
tin Ii' eiop. I
& m I : ; <- rr to our chmuate, ft II of which ill [
: any other \\ati 1r.tuf Oiw.iU in the sold right tofiT
; Wd
.t % ; would hi4\- ma'le a 'lillXreno- offr-m 20O-i to ( The jrt-'plc of f'ei'r -i.-i have but lobrennio r. qnnin- chjuita and! liaden also! tine
; 1ui.t I to the eiwtfi'if I r 'ti* fir Fa'i.-ily ippli They vill be .La-c-l t-i see their fri>-n jr od particT

54 ,, We hv jcif. :'fj :i .-\>tf n cf lniMii.es; that vill \ 1 nnl 1 pation at the old stand of 1Ii n tiid.'t .' OU iii'hMi.-ai-<' 'vi1 I ant..j to phk I ITi'M' i ) pounds .-, truly, M.V.. WALKEU. M. 1)> ai.d I Coi.i.try 'rrui I.-. < n-I-I tiiiyiai: part of Coat hi. CI ak% Newport. b.tcL. LADD

v'J tibe us t<' pi'chrt; '.h !,*> & e-t and m it tie-in'' 1 Jr.. M n t'f tie \1 irttr. corner *'* Monroe ..1 flint in I IChoin-: !. 4 S i ii'li: Cn.-; will!i
i": g.I() In, :si I rtt tin' wo; titn1$ tn keep; up 'i jr! tck by ('.: .;jh.;;:: and Clintontie.t-, wh.'ie they will keep t lu liO l jMiund* (-f lint in the same tii.n-, wilhpiojtr Mi>M5. Sc(-\ ii Mead. Xtv Oil-nil'. La. lil.iiil.eto; ; I HorCovef, Carii.i e Cloth*, Piain; Coy- Bank of Charleston

: n-ta.t: ad J'ti; .c of Xc 1
eel fi-Mi N 'w Y"ilc nn New OiJovw.V tu th.-ir line <-f biu-ines*. and frolicil the patromige <>f e.t>e of lilurc: w i'h pi-p- i.-age, tl.-N w ill be made! JEW DAVHYSOtt HEI.I'EW: : PLASTER IXNOinil j Siiam I'ukiuig and! bnii, iiri!'*' of otl.tr aitieic*. Mt-NAtGijTj3r0!

,, ?' \\ as\ ilt f.ivor >fnn examination il our Stock ll.cii fiicnds and the i>ubli '. g' I. I CAL'OLIXA.MF ) 'I !Lie gnoil* are fue fi'iisi' ii.iplfns.mt (odur x rj Xewpurt.Jannary 11.I l5f.

r l>e' rc inrelu uig tlrfewhtro. E. HARYAKJ). Jr... tumat-i''t4. pliabl! : *' z.riI -I.etiejlot iiijiirnibv fatty nf 2
Piice of JS 5'i.h I Cn *"1"1.' Kr <>' inch S-.r:: >. Tobe -.-".*. S.-iivii it 1 Mr.x> : I hue bin Iro'ihl.vl!
.1. i'. iniAcnxvT.u. ; co. G. TROITP MAXVELL.Pebiuary land.ii' the ',.-mm'o.am': 1 nnhlf India I.'nbttr.VILL"Xl"( DI>I- To TIIC rUYTERS OiiiRIDj4
I d>-li\tlKl i :at the i.tauct dj.t tr tu with th.- tl.r-i.v ihei'MHit'-'ii: : f-r t! el I.L-t t twclie j esr

l.-J.116i( I 1. I puuhar> i. r.n.Ia: Man fun vii-t..i J t tP ttt t the liuiiui.tiin I ; ,;_ On tl.e 1-t I Ji.ly. 1' 1:1', I xv.: ., )bad tl.at. lV..ul.in n-MPOSEAXU It''M: STICKY ; are CHEAPER Cotton Seed--NoI
The -'iioiibT t.tVor great iace in .Vi.li9liflU: : : and 'a i'tiiuCah o'i tin iiI:\ tii.il! 't tuin itixs-.ll in b.-il. .'!is l lh<- piiin so pex-i-u-, tha-t I Ihd r 'HI.f ; un.itr ti.d. .
'/ rrlf *>f t'-l i>o/tti''i. t, tilriiiii l t jj; ,flu..t p'.iM'il thati1allv ) *s : 'y. rri l't :T' iu tl.M country ( r Eurpe, a'ul !i; n >w m ill-s
in
otlh'--Cb* Tal t
'
V
V II 4 4 'Hi. nwl.l .i. tok I.fpt I
a I i i''t s'.t pt a v i'.k! f-r t-iv < .v ". At tl.i- t lin.e mytt return !h. n.c. ha* umjie
tg) i;; flc, : 14 : tri 1)i) f fur the % iv iurrarmcutt.II.t .
.,I l.i1iu.-e at tl"- I lai! ii k Moie &-' ;ntly 1: .veupit-d I byMt iii. "ix-ii".. Unit I the" Hi blew *" Warranted to Stand all Uircaies.CF.in .
El .' !
. I it'r.l LI rtI1 i'h 'vbi l,4 I.i* l e.Mi f.ivonJ.ii RESIDENT PHYSICIAN : I en: j : n J j. -r i t Pla-ltr, careful Pai.Un! in tI.e ?*-et-tj.n? and'm
S .;ue rt li' t ..b t k..i ;.. : tlii t-itv, ntvlol.J TALLAIIASSF.P.1 :: : FLA.'AFFER tr*. E. l'. Ta i.r A: Ct. Tu tI. *..!. < ftUii iawlilllS. the bxst itMfit' f f r :il! t-oits of puar: *. n'.\v iii u-e. ( ; ; Fit ': F..S from p< r-.u* x ho h.ixtttsted mct.ti fsetrd. t..gtj JI'1Y li'.ni with Ci.fti.rm Stic.t itsr t

:. .;.; T: inre'niii.v\ r> itab cit 't fUv tt' / hit ', '.- !' : MIX, :.. to ll.pi-iti7cn) offl'utt 1 1ii ; T.I.tIr'.ee n.1 '. i.init.lIJj. I''r Ail e.iiiiuiun; cnli -u- Mrid (d ii ilA .. i.t atTal t I-, V -* q. /, //;/;: si and! l hct f.-rt.*, rmfI I will
: vc ii r.M. (t. win Intra jvi.eJ of 1 1l 1i iaek : ( J L-l rt> tsj l"-i t b* Eit AM/,. I pun engage ti> furnish tie
I; !-) JIti i J. 1' P.Ifiifii -l aal C. .. to bi OJico building imiiicilii'trly inij-'ining lr. ld.a-see, will! u1 1 with | lo-npt :att nli j< -l. t i i i i i i Di rib rare ii.xit. d to tI.Zi.It-! ll.cie goals! before Pl.ii.ttr.- FI< Ida with le'ler t.eu1s than hare fTrI

t : U n' 1 eu uni-f, 4 I 1tt eIflt'fl inS. t. irv nh.Jrr.i3M. A. IL CAlUiILL; A..FMp. /-traiv? < /" t't.ititttrf'itt >. I L'u-f Iitutirz.c .' ia'-'i, u I 1.4 I e. I U f..re It-m hr-ujjJ.l t<> tAe State. Ht- will tMinrthi

-SV I I % %? .!1l.. t.i titii .tifi..urc a'$ I r' .i t. It. lS.r.I. 2 ly I S._..-Tl ( (C li'.i* T.n u 1 b.cef n in 'j,11 i.ti. -n < r !Ti-I< 1 1 C":;*" Tl e ijMraine wi'I in future I.rue the unal i t.rr Oid-) e\en.tf; d to r.ry n.t.t, rn s-Ii > J r.ot! ti.e rdvr of the Planter in St. llail to

S.KKI'JIJT.;! ('..tt.su. at 'the! con.'i:' iii-fii.r. if the in \t (!ii.::::)_' of h. Txiii'R i n tii" 'tq.ii I plate t uigm iaxcd [abtluii the CAt 'il i 1'* >X.-\\\tv: ;Ira itiitu.t.s. :m.ide f Yaiiiflidl ;esvf'i'rt. dunrtr 'ti! f3t: full! i.r w h.ter. and w ill rrc.

r. .__2:: ?l. i'.i.:; 4-2 A. PERRY AMAKER, .ie..ii at tinPlait:it--ii of Col. I 1.! \V. AViili.un*. CM; i.Viii. i., t II) i.f endi l.'x. I India Kubbt! r, are: ;.!reaiK! 1 1 ing .ff.u .I i i. tl.t n..rkc t '| diicu ccrtini :;tosntfejtcd. a> to the < hsrncttr ef tl.tar-

.. Di-V 5 \ liih\! C v .!..l.ui ln.n.h: :,.li.IV.. I.'. L!..\ d.ofI I pii eln-frare r.ilVNCul! th-t! : a rnea'a coui.ttifilt .f '1 hen t fun* pt.ir l.nM-is I.MM! I t-tr in n.is.d (tInt all! germ- I tides fu.ui-I.ed. and tie *tai.diig! { s-f tl e Plbntirs firmwhom

.1&: JJoIn P \I L. I L..i.ui i\-ntv : ('..I.! I Il.! I'. \Vhitn, ..1 (Ca-Nd.:: -n'V( -. tI.i- :.u titk '" ui tX.u1'P. t.r.e i:"..'b aie fs.ir-p..d with i >I taiid.- rink; ol the t ey mire obtained. 11e: kinds AinJ-led *iJI

t .. -_,. 4. EE. FLA. Thoij.sM. Wl.ite.T X. .t- .J. I). :>!.rr..k ;.id 15. A 'Hie irti.uu.c is M..l i-i.U! by ai., I bv_ fur iirf-it C-.mp.-my. WILLIAM LlfiF.l.Ill. be thc 151,; White Mexkan. the Vlflf. the I'm tcj

:;... : : NSW FALL AN3IE J' May 21. is::;:?. :- I YIinj1.. < f .I.u-K--n ('.".. ; .1.) ( }. Andti.! *, ,n :.i. J Capt ripji-iiit.d t l.rom'I| i >:t I tie Sot.t lu-mil ni' //.r ia ::>. 'M.; T.I I J-in. _Pa.'I. X. A. O. P. Co. Litlle.. Prow n. 11.e Big V Lite .Vrxictiii Ere 1Ev n ot.t
I.t
aftf in i !
I. | D. P. HOLLAND. J >at'iI P.n.1. if.l..li-r-Iia! I ..i.tv.: auiti 1 .1. t.'. M.-Cil.ic. ; :I1.ir: c 'Y cr D :: i i. Florida Hotel but xvill fciipplx either ol the ctb.rs if dfsired.
,. \\ P.-: (j. and (.'<1. I It.: I 11 I mi-I I n. oj M ihn C.".i.t\ aie :iut.iiid rr'iii.-t: 1 nxin ; i.f :ir.y bi.t our Kjiil.a'r ,
: AT LAQtiiiiry.
I ATTOKXiV AND COUNSELLOIJ % .* ii''-. oil. tl xxillle! 1 Moxi' ICKLLO Jtr; ii>o.\ Lt\IV. PIii.tf x. i-hiriir .Seed, inn aildrtfs tim at lladfi.
..Ht --- -- 'llieltt-r 1 I t fn in, il.e I: MillM: ii.if.ict'iinu' C'inpanv. : rxM-f t y injured I i II'| nxx.tha c

b. : r > ; -lib*:*i it. 'IF, r.rc 11w ifC'-ixiTt.* an 1 opening; on* Floriila! pi.b'i-'ii -1 )lul-i'v. :.zitI.t! -. na i Ka iS t1u \.ii;; !; tA i woithl aailic'e.: SCIL( ) I .t! MEAI I ', :: il E > Ct-uit InuFlorida, jiot-t paid
Inierigreii 2 *p n >f to the p-b- JOSEPH L.
.. ,,fif\ l.ii e1-1 n 1 b-t
,v* ever ..tfvie-l: tn Tilia'.i.i-: .\ nr. 1 n e deter! cait. a-i'i of J..C.MII! an i 1 Piankhn C ; pt
.. iJn. J t.' -t'l tbi'ii J't *urh ;p..i-ts a* w 1.l coi.tnanlthi : O.-tnlK'i f-t. 3 .' 4- tf r, MaApiil .1 1, ltM.S. 1. r.n I a 'li-: :.l--! .. f r a eii'i. < n-.i: t be n-I.!n -id.Shl mid xxill is. pr> r.r-d 1 to rn'iv ,* vt-it. r by 12-h .
'e i.r.i"ixal 4.f ii'ltJ.tiN' aul t i.f e.tfl eijjic ai nlb. I >. J H. Anir*. P.irn-iid Ji Maxwill.N.ih I
; H I1.r.iuut.r'i' \nven.b.. r. 'Ih.' I.n'.ce t" ti.i-k' in tl '.L'h .
>
j p -r.: mtitIatcr4i-t IMmil
rrj QIX ( ,
,I ILlLll VtVl SCOTT A Co. i'.slihi-.ee \V. i;.. tl :Si Cl.ittahocliie. ) ; prrffrt finch
VV : < ae-rvL
:*ul I L't J U tie. ; i r ti : .
tJUv- 1)iir sir : We lii.: r.e. J tle: f..v.bihs and xv iii !14 M. ni.s.-, '! :.- t'> j--i i l-t. J f tifnrt if > jill i v.-n. her u the- .J udge 11 I l'ri.h I
i.f Till I G. ate c f Jefft
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\\\ B','icil an .-aly; vi'd fm-.i the L-I- '* ; > > H.iltA'il. tLtri.; r.a; ; J.-tdan .t I>a-
?:; i I-'an-l'! nnd l ther l Cntton. 'ic-t-: > s-nd 1- -irl.i-: A"-i'l.il! 1 I : r.- r uiI 'f.-.Hf*. loritla. aii'I riakt
.1 !> 1 C.'i.nly.
i tiplo
..I ls.t't of t'u.C )':n* v a-i 1 "'-.uo'i.i hu C"U'a'! *. rn) I -<-i {; ; i vi I--I. ( >...tix : A. II, \Vis'um! 'Vxpoit) ; San.utl I appiicaflf.u f.ir u
.11 b ee.; .-iviif 1 iliy*. t'.it tla.-y inix t be (ful'y' *:*<'-fi< MO.VTICF.LLO, 5 LA.Julx 1 ti'Ii uti :.% w .. : ii u.e: 1 '!! or: ta i-in! 1 Cott"iiWe 1 P.-t.n. \1:, i-i.," e'.I.j.! % la-i t rv att--.ti'n i i- j>: i.l I r.i hi r. > #. 'f. t ins :.a ; ehirije A'Iiriiitratrix of Gfir; ;e V.Sjtarj .
.: j jxi' inixler.ite ? il I. IJttl I in tl.
n a :.i.v i i r e n k. f.r M l, 1 *>. :'Hi: X j _
(1 > tljMip II ib5l.
4,f I .e, j : t %i&t itV ('tr x. 45In.pi'W..
< a e fuilv t-iti-ti-d tL .t f-r Uaiuty an 1 :ni jt ly of J > ) uvr. t i'i !.i t ti.r :1 1 ur r :!i.l.v t1ii. share! of custom j- upetft.I[ x solic.tcd. JANEVfANDLEY.. Ariustrztx.: ;

..,. Illd! our t e.i.iii'.t bo u j iue.1 I\M\ n i le f tl.< | j.t\ ir i tv. \r( -i\rii J 1.11 C'.tiun to p-i t!Ir.tLzlL .or \vojka !.ur.rtr qiii'ititvw.'iiM John IJi.nrlot! ) C. P.LESS.Mnnticillo. Oct.iU-rH.ie51.: r-n; 41
( Attnluru.tut. bum suorn to OcJol-.r !!'*. I"; !I. Iv f.{
.' t'vtlv to tiie! I
ATTORNEYS i-iiab'c U< t _ju.l.r hull Ci' i i. le- v.
AT
? < LAW t"V I *47 t". Tax Collector's Sale.
c, UU""T. H. CP.ICIILOV .1 MIOS. TALLAHASSEE! AN !) QVICY. FLOKIDA.AT 1 lit lye n.' it-> tf y.iul- C> ttfii: din o\ir the e-ir.iiin>nKlliU >;ilithiel Cn-.MJia'i. ) Leon Circuit Court-InChancery.Albut .

: I :. ( ;iill. r HE I: I). fiii !. -arl all I I J']T ) Y xir'r.iof the power s-e'k1 l lin m* 1 Iw.
.t.t rIrcn ted I 1re-
<.1s. !
( : ( rlLLri| : .tic' in I the 1 >Fi>Mf.nd! W(-< :einCitciit( < j < a are J. Pirkelt r.rd vil") _1 ) Ii.ti
-. % of Fl'-iiJa, and iu th Couutiet of I >ecatui nn1Thoina With ti.ir fNpiiiifti t {- on ll.i- Tiali 1 1..t of Colt -iiI 1 by IL t: tdf the e> !Iiut-4: Tilt nt i fil.ifi t it. re- aiid Jt'hn H. Git-diat a.i.'l! w :!fe. j jr.i-111 ''aii't ti.e for .mIe L1re iLu Ccrt Iii ase rat
I ml
Plantation for Sale. *. C.i.D'I.T.IN < VtjVI"i.VC anf i the opinloia! : tha" j ,,::i Cttoii ''li?! t'ir'1'ible tn a .1 ta ti'-is! Cuiirf: to be hi Id at Tailahrn.nthe r> a u sict- iftr..y! m Apii! r. ir. ti i (

.. .. ,- ( 1-H-i ii".t! injuif; : tin- :St..pKf! th'- I'..!t.u. j.'i I t th-it: .'; I I"th:: of X.'Xi-iiilxr. A. >.. 1 *. 1. tind to 1. }- ftlli'Wi I: : .Vcrilid; lar.d or s<> rcV'h thr<>rf .s T,1I
'I1.T v.ii.1b.: ; ':. : fII.It ( .% : :, A. c. M"IVJI:!:. apj S.niiu. I III. Duv.'i' Atr! >:m j jtrat. taxII- ritatv luvl cut&ty tax 'itnt. tlnrttn f.-r theti-ar
I ti.fK' irn i'iipio\ > ni< lit i't I lit! ? 'Vt na.-- : nd! cli! a: liu .ir ti'i'l pit ad I to the .mie. (;i'a iniil.rmv L.ilid :
It 4t :. I..i bIf'e Ibi 'lq: lAte 1t( WckV Al- 7'ii7/ a *ff>. Qnnty.J j j : r. J. MphV.. IVKS et n ih.I !. J JI'l 1 S .4, :>i..! il-if I exI-crat-s i-iciiltr.: th! rtt.>. Il nit : "liein
: -..snl the libi.%. v.l.i. !h wi'i! in ttt i !U i.t'-n-a-e ti.eva'.i. ::nJ eul, th'I; I -Lv of X .v. n.l. r A. I ) I I"I.VALL -.'. !I.
,I:1Q vi:I.HI fii nu'e of l P.ixb-xV Mill h in f'ii the ::iviry 7. IhSl.; 1 1"JOSKPII I b( mir ruu-c ti'a'- bx rfii'laxit tat! _T.ac1TV. Ni rtl h.lf i fhC uqthwet q'-.ritr twt-ty
r.ui.i-! .. u-Jti'-i tU ct of riair.f.eHo'Ve'.ir ,
." of the! :u i : ; ) CAMEI10V. J. P.
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Hi \ 1 i'-M. Sarah U. P. xrl.! EMon Hl 1 J.os
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r I frs i 1 t. rt. e e1 : iiin I : to-.xis-I.ip ont- N.-, LII. Ka.nv'tr cevcs. East r-th
... h H. Irl) OXT tutu r.I \. x4, Ib..J. 41 Sm j Fit Id. a-nd IbsrrH F1d. i.f! -'ni- t i.it pmri g
xxn; ill': ti.e ii v *aix 1IJ4prls! % efl-tt. i.t 1 t cri a i in i-e.: riIdi1. # [ to belong tu John 1'trs.
: 4t t'uo tn .' e1"tel.: xvith Crn.. C ii'1, Pot.itoof.: ll"K" I are ipfsti"!!? w'i-'i can Ic iflTf- 4 lid the !hr.itif tl.r Sra.'c! f F!. i Ma to-v. itiu P.ODERTJIiKINXY
ATTOflMKY AT LAW.INCV F.-iti-fa< :i iix! s. tlhd ox; nil"!! its; iii n l.ir r Leon County lion Works. the State f f 'r.I.teiI that the! mi-i 1 deft ,
'. .1 Ui iti.1 Fiu mii Uti-i. -ilt; :t z.iu.1 u i Mi-hl-eipl. It 1 n' j Tux Assessor ar.J Colltctt r f vt iladteu, County.i .
gur il I.1LdI 1! ari in- 1, .Ic. nn 1 *.. I f--r the purp *ela ( FL01UPA, K'-ilc. an 1 ill t,idcr! tn :.c in.pl'-h) t'.i-' we .''i"'i. TALLAHASSEE. FLOIIIDA. nd.int.-d aj'f'ear ii'.il rii.r.. otl'rw-i- the suidthim i O-t.'bt-r 14 51. C.n 41

t, 1 .11 tI1tUL. :L lEvi.ii, j fli4eI t1ielttse. S ., I Ia-s.: TT7ILL w-itin-jc: to occ'ijiv thioiTuo r<>i'iMllvj.ie Millhe alb'e! tn flllia-h! I-.r r -.lpN| < if 1. '.:, -!..pI. E4ibli-n..t: i:* now i-i full opi-ration. All -(, luin.u.t t.il: i fl I ti:1 j.c'v 71j# .. .v.I .

a- Ii: is tituate \ inn..- < f llie InM n-'i.'lib >ihi" IP f.rhe > l bv l1u l.it- fnin of ('. I H.i-J I H I I Jrl'.ti) ,- Cotton jj ...ied bx xoi i St'. I-land! t'.n: Gin. a"MIIS'- -- xxill: 1.>. jtUeiuhd t.> x\ith [irori.ptncc4, and I alit I t that tl is n'!. r I 11- j i.l 1 Il 1 fl u.--t- a xvit-k I Wakulla Iron Works,

1th m l ; i i.'i I S'icittv in the County, and wiU'inotipui.lo an-1 t,i jirai-tK1!' in th<' a-b, ic et! Cn'iiiii j<.,. .if the Mi 1 !Il! .> J. 'c.-L. I 'AK t 1 Ii! Ant.JniiftlO. nil xu.il. iii.ne xi.th: in-.iti't an I [ : j in soniC liew-p.ip.; r piii.ted i.i 'I Lt- M. idle; C.ic-.l cfI i wruKT, FLOIIr.t.

4 of pi'iuficld Clinrch.PeiT"im an-l \Wftt-ni ('iietiit I Ho \vilI : 1.la t f .r I la' s-p-.cc if t ti.r I u T.l I 1" hIS itr.l.Lhii.fnts'n.\i! in foil! i-rtratii-D All:

t hin; 1.. puicb- xvnl er.ll or. Mr. \Vi.li U.1J. _:; tf
( j.w4t.; 'B Patterson, on the j'l&ee: vho wilL tlwa- them Janu.iiy 7. ISO $I. I Sm.&ftirug! I Pt.l'ex' *, I Ht'tor: Plo'ifrh! C.itinIra!! J. WA YLE.S: RAKER.: : Judtre.! nil -.rk Jor.e v. iiI. ri.-a.tr.tr* ar.J o-f utcfi.Al .

S tjq ,arfl1. ""-- -- -- DR. JOHN P. DUVAL, ('at.ll.r.! Ac.; a-! ". S'u.-.r Kttt'i--, "f any t-ize. k.-11 A tni" r0r,:,-. Atttst :-llioit Am.. ama. Jr. Clk C kiwiof work. Mich ateHns V.'mk. JIilI TVmj ,
i. Terms App'v t'i c'tliT if the *ul ni : ,.. NEW YORK. s. r t.i 2:: iKit. 4n: : r.j Oin ; inc.
U !
cncy. * TA I.LA II-S El! LOU1 DA.ill1:1 "
.4 ,, ,' i I.tIUUSVLLl.Ms.) : ) BREWER & CALDWELL, i ;Il.-mut: xx ill 1 I.e tloiitf bx u*. x\ih! a particular: itjard STNA"iNsuRANcTcor- [ >!-: 'n 1'i.IIejs.: Iit.cir.! PI..T-gl CtMuip?. L'ri.o
bxtcua18Sppleni'orr AGENCY OF THE
: AUN'KU WllllLNGTOX, J ( (: : .rili i: < nrirr IHU .-;:. the-lit-iijtl' aiiddnrabilitx! f the xxort.i j le aha! K. .
.1. SUCCES'OTS: TO n.vTiu: : .1 co., to i- I j Cttug-: ; bu ar ttlts, f any size, l ; t
V J, 1S5.> 'M muarx2x_ l IS1. t Corup.t.iitVuikiaun ulwaxs iu read.f. -:> to put upTiriu 1 rMHE und.is-igneil. Agent i f the nl >x.Conpu'iv.. e.uitaLtiv ..um 1 aid All wirk Jnr: in siTiU tn .tm..tm-

.I, --- -- --. -- --- --- --- -. (JE.VKRAL COM.IIISSIOX 3IKRCIIAM<{, Iuiiu--: j Jwill receive nj-phratio'i' f r r.n.l! nnl. i-i-urim-e: t li-F >irit w ill: Le d lone Ly 1-5. w iih a psr'icuUr KgarJt'
STORING AND SHiPPING BUSiNESS J\V 20, OUt fi/JJ>. Nolice.VLL i sigain-t In > I by 1 inmi L'riik and Frame 15uiiuirFurniture !
viiI bo libtral.: and nil xvorlc .Ji.-e! crl( < tlv P-r( > the .-tr<-Ilitl! and durability tf the \vtrk.Comiittriit .

.1, ,s- A T > i: V )' OUT.Tl May 13, UCt. ll iv p r.--i.i- jiI*.i -ttd l xxill tike i.otieo that MX ; ca h, 11 i- :.'.<:! jit 1-11 I orders onoinc bi.-ii.t- tiiiu in thi! Merchardize! tte. W.'ikn.cu nl\va> rii> icaJiiiess toputtv

.. Jin ui J"*! p-J still lilies i ont'in: :1Jtt<'ljU'5'n"s.! COTTON PLANTE.TS I '. J'ii aft.,1 I tin-fii-t pt.bh'-.iti-iii! ..f ti- : .ivcr. place. Liberal piict-> paid ir ol.l lion, Copptr anJlira January Ul ._l -53.4_ :i. C._LC\VI._ Euiie?, ..te.IVrnis *
I 1. t--'i.' lit, I H.'I-lid to P| I plx ti> the J II-n. Ju.Ire of -*. will be liberal, ai.cl all work tlriie srrirfly fez
M nil! it'b: j'11-h.-s. J'jildiu4tll eikul.e! 1 l-.r NoL ce.OIX .
; L. ) -vvp :zo ii o TTL js o Pr..t.) e* <-f L.-OII (_ .ui.tx f. r a il-; .- fi"in myAi'tiiu All Utt< r iii'.i'-t lie -m l''rf' ed (pI paid) to ca-h. or nocipii-d oul.r* on s ne lisfrcss Li im u thus
LAD!
,' drtdi1Z wj;.: iis. tratni: .hip ol tl l e (-p.tt1- i \ViUi..t.i H. lrotk1LLF.N"A.V.UOCKENP.rOrc.II J. M. aillMltt: CO.. Tallaha--tre. Fla.ilarch : moi.tl aft: il.ite. the i.i'dtr-rrrtd: niliuit! .?-tra [>I..ce, Tiubl.a! e. ('r Qrir.cr.:

; : e'A jiri, S ] ;.j4' r 2, 1 r J. -, > 1T LLUIEEF1MflIfl1% C dti--at 11, IS.I. ll> I tor of ti --tate of'l h. TIT ? Mi-! i.cf ni it. httI.i'Idfi <' i Liln-rul! : prui# psiid 1W out Iron. G';fl"r: i and Lu act

: Adrn'T.Jisn ( Count x !PI-! m ila. \ III! |I-riMi.t I i '.;timieta'Unt t All letters must bvaddrc-! (p' '.t pniil) to

.: Hi lcsVaated.. To Ctvnny Pi AXTI:us '""I o'lfrx vf >/< > nr
1;. Y Dry ir lIi.l. al' ( tter tountic\ J-'inti'la ami ffriryinT. : .lid Couiitv. ai.d uil. to 1.e i i-cl aitrt'l.C. .Tanmmarv 21. ISSI 3 NewI'uitFIaNotice.
I) V.MJ\ Skin, fir xxliich the highlit tnaih.t privi'l I Cheap Goods. UVERY AND SALE STABLESTALLAHASSEE. / ;. U.; MILLS.i Admh strati.r.Executor's .
\ : the limitTMjn l Fub-eiibtr
:. *, rctinn t t"
., l be tui I bv ii.) C. \\ ILlO.N' \ yon 'PHE; **'i r.bf r- .!.!..inj-i! tb'liij FLoliHU.IHE _\ 1 ?. 14.:; t .
fT nur rnoi-t sr.it< f..l th-inks fm r thi v.-I iy bbcriliiti
: Ocojtr 11. 24.:; 41 a iu a : ritu, uIua: 1I -4.. a r.% crt-ditor. I Igacs ri.ttvt! to I .
] : n i'jcihidi lut Ix-iii I ln-t-tiAv 1 nK n fl. I thioti: hym.r Notice. VLL porsi
., ---- ---------- -- :i- iM.ih -it ne''.-*-ar\ to r wuul-i in- ,
Proprittir or otl.crr.i-e iit.i et.td in tLc L.t.tKiaUtl ; of
: : -
Kiii'1in- f-'ittci' \\ <: h.iv Itrn i-t M iu )!. I -
: CI < <-f their n'! St. k t f I C; ...d-! Thit" -k Y' I.i IX minthafter the unifr-ined.! Execnt: r of ire
& Classical School for Boys. j jU I Oittmi t'.r:4', \\4-iiiii i ; nti'l Sliiit! ; J'.IJSITH iu thicj'v pi--i: < < -z- '_ f-rm hifii. ii.N and the S" | :! ilil.'vr' hst of 3Ia>iNi i> C.inuii. FII.'J .a. te.:
4 (' ., iii a .u f VaI.1. i ,.1..lv]; .. that he In.- rebuilt : L-t \\illand! Te.stan.itt of AreliUiIti! lue. la'e tfafj. tiri, il ril.ibit sr..d
lure l.t-rtl.y > ri. th.ir !
in
r j ( Xiiri o i in th. School of the 'nb.nibori51' :i'nl \\e :.in .1r..r our < rxi1' s I th" < IK MI/ | taia
ti".i. .J.-'.virv! Fan'I; < I.. .i., t'uu.i ( PlattdWtii >.f (G.iil-ilt!.rm C"tnty. teetatil.! will I!I < \iibit! i hi* i.ceouiiti .
:: ; 1 be iti JfltJ nil M." J4\- the S"th '1 F' t W. EiOX KPP1X : fif busin i.S bf-ii-tofi 1 ic hal l.(tii rii ani: 1 uimu'u'i| ..i i.1. ". whi.-h they jilt! l eTO I piepaied I to a''i-"iiiin I .'d..ti'! I hifn> .id- :.!'i-l I eu-t'eu'. r. i a.d xuuther-bifi.re l tie Jut'! t* of Prolate for ?ai.I 1 1j t muu.Ier-iumt-I.: IT the5.iu.. .- will b,. 1 tnrrrd ; aid] ..li!i f -r
I your .
tl.-m.-i-l to 1 t. C..tli i-t. ,. k County, tn 1 apply fi>r a fi-ial M-ttl. n.i-nt and! ih-eharjrv!
If 40 4ib.trZ'.I i to autl nl'i' g um'-a at .fI eal i I Hi- al-n In5 :att.ichi-.l t.i 1 lk: Stables! a iro<.d a I.ul: j son* jzite't.i} to lie suit-i kce.isesi, j.rr rtq-i'tt tmake '
Od..L-r 1 :;4. : ns nnic: v''ur jr.'roin e i.ce
1
i-i the fj'.uie. Vtrllc .-.'tfullv.iioo.Mn. (luy'Ll pui.-* '. W LE!: MV i Ellis.Apsil : I smith Simp, w I i-i ( !Li. xviil l.ax.dope all! kind- i fPiai.tatK'U 14 nun the abi.u.i t rati'ui of s.n<\ E-tate. iu.nicili.itppin D. -ut t*.

/. Now GoodS A'cw Goods p; : A 111:11: : I 1.1. l-r.j.; jr.Nails. x\-iik, I llm -e III"I iu.g. :.r.d ('au i i'ge work.iu DANIEL IJl'IE;, Executor.OetoUr JOHN L. MILLER. A.n! fi.itrr.Nr.MaFiv .
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P ; t lb.! very Let i.ir.i.nc r and with iroi.iptntbs and 21. Ib5t. t'm; 4'2 n C. H.. Maul. O, JCov. 1 S, '54. rn 4.
I ISI.WHITE I
fepeniter to. -- :
; T > RTT X .: WHUViKER! : :are lecwxinsj. ]j.i bug, I di-pateb. "
U .1 > i E.: Uuuiiictoti. >rala MMttii''t.tof Guod-ii i Bagging and Rope.i Notice.
u tti' f A i'\ KEGS tm: I.-.1, .tu1 f i :.V 1 liw bv JVoui.ibcrr.. 1&-S. 44
: P..11 itti 1 \Viiitei tub-, xu: & SLUSSER 1 VM_ I Ill-All! A. Kl'cT.Air.ru1 "> A(10IXGml( :: i ROPE: furniluItu l n-ulnr cusy n>ontli. nftrr date I s-T.-ill preyrr.t f j.al

[I .b I l'ick:!; Fit-nib l)"('-kint I Iiish i Lin n.l"ev 10. l =,r.l. :.:'. I Notice.SIX i Tnti' iii any ijvn.tity. I). LADD.X SIX_ t.ntau'l: TfUcLirs t > the Judge .f try Fret lute RC f

t. ;.- 1 h.1 Punch Caviimit*, I'lVbdiitnlDriiDJ. ( } \\'Jtul< nalti! (ml Jidail Dralcrs! in ( 'oj-j er, -- ni'.i.thn afttr date, the ImnsltI.-nI ( ii. admin's! < v. | MtScr-Unil.r ?. 1-51.1.nil. ?* j M:i'hn Ce-int'i- Adniir.ictnitiix! with U.c will Rranexed.

.v;* au.'v Tvevil., J'.iniatk .il.itlinj' ; % I Tin, fthul Iron, J'ri'ltinia t -
fi, KonluchX Ji-.ii.f, A-,2tttl : r | >HE SHh-eiiliei ..L! < :is fur :ik- li-a I I'l tt.tatioii UnijjI : of.l.lbr.-"n Count, Floii.la.will pre-.tit hi. fn.al adiiinis ration.

: Plail I Lii-exs, ('.u.i1iiit: Sti I r (UI !iing.I t'rsrlor :unJ IVoorf felov I -. t.-t. anl I a half nii'i. ii-.ithof Tail -: -- -. There a< otniitand xomhii> to I the H-ui. Ihoiaa- J_ I'liMJin -*-. I-- -, 1 MA It 1! A RET DREW, Adrnvrd.trtrix.

.(c :'. l'I 11it4.t lJfl1 .14, r diL I I I'ST i.ci j i\t- ] fi'il ttii.irncil iii t: 1 iii t'>iiijil< tc me in I the I ti.tft.; fx. ,i I ui.'In! -.1 I :.ci< if-s .>M.d I h.nda I Iu" !".' of I Pi.bate f"' fcJ.id ( '..mint v nnd nk I to U1!:. TALLAI1ASLE, } LA.SwicrtiurAtiteiaTe.'thonth&e. October 11, li-54. Cm 41
j Opera d'i! C..iolna: PlaiFanev ., iaii b. Imin i in the Stt't :.. i c'.e..nd. nnd the \\ H. \\ ARE. Adna'r.oxinltr .
t.'i.d. !
Ajt' <.i Kr, ''f th> l.ttet tiiaipiorci] ji.ttirn, < :.:i-l I rt | | : i
Notice.
I.ii.i C.ti.lisu i'ianut !ti.i'.iij.; ". i il:. x\ od. O.i ii e r -:iii-f- j.md I KM11. t-i 11 1&54. Cm 4.. 1 ami
j *_ ali' at t I .'.IU'-l'fI piict-j, M. I lui.ld-h conp -tii-ji! j area > inv iti.proxfd principle, x\itb |
.*1 I )t t,1', B..t i f"i ntatiKtdurability! vud: MIIIOC.VoaI | .!.; l.'itj'-: ", (jin I H I imo' :HI ] Siua. *. with nejci. cabii.nnd .< -- -- 4--.tz.x.i..y: continuous jum?. fri m i'nt- ti''e to the _VLL pervn Fasing: d.nu.nV r.a'-t tli D*:-te

;; t Cnbcn; I'liio, l.l.t{ c ('; JIft.e \ | all oihr) out i ilmi 1 ilnir*. .I.iit g.iI\ p.rel.i..t.r.! tl.a 1'eswa fleesuax other xxithoiit M'am: or crack having u.. hmla.- 1.ur I the .L Wi i..mJerl.isiUe4rMd.I.te: flr i C -

,- J'.f.; :li a PliiU, NI-.TI.I 15 ..i.l.c'I'tMI. : i-a i.tre ojiiiiutut! iix'I Ma' iitrii!'' < .l-y. Adht.mo .-< |.HlMiunt_ of fmit. thereby rendering! tht-m perfectly''1 ty. are nutill.i d! t-' pr.at tl.i m tti.e A 'r '-'
1 .*.3] \*.'' f's. \VJ.ite O.-oi; ...j i iA' Io! fin?, On n. I181 I Hca 5f -i (Sniff i-. Hi.: !!, rii.c:. I'.i! i4l! t the! 'l..h.i!! .e P.Jt t ).', .-, .i -.. ii.e on \ \ AN'I El: ) in anx" ciuai.titx f..r i-a-h f r tr.-.de, 1.x I life-like -I s-torinsj the on inal contour of t the face. \\illiin tie tIr.t-i ( ijiIrt by l.iw.irtii i* i- : i TIn

P. a S irt J 1 lbi.rf.1 : Gei-rgid Plains! 1 Tin Oiinluetin I I'lpt !", H.fit 7.ii"! Sl.cct I.t :iiI. I L j.'l ] the pi.i... -. .1. !EL'Ol'. > \ IJEU11V!: : A lUUVLES"Oct. : -. a* to ih fv dttfcti' n. He wilL atlt ml to all railin pit-ad ii> bar ; :ami tb.'str inJ .bttd wLij'j .-: c

;I. Iff:ax v O a ; .h ti. a, tin .luiiC wi'h .n-.iii<"- an i hpitih.: .
i -
JOSHl'A I I Adiriru!
.. .. can obtain} a'l rueetly: ii-foin.iti! n by letter. SAUNDERS, -traurOct.'btr -
I
1.) Citnid ( \hrIints w.ll tind ,
t .i.irv il t th.: ira1x.n.t.i LIV KY STABLE.lli
a the Old Settlers of Florida. 15-54. 43
To I Hf xxill! xvanant. m Cs ers in tanee, Fati-facti.-n, and 'b. S\v
I. ,.# l'IbWt-4, i'I'-irixe; th.jin a call bfre I >IK.I-II! : eleJ"3f
I I], tlrit'l'*'. l.i'f < f the (General; ; Iain 1 Ip prices to i-uit the tiu1.( Terms Cash, or \ lieu called .M.dJfe
Dun.; r. \I.4.I., I .L A 1 II N Iillill j Cnenil / Fl''id.-i L.-nn CuciV C'cf!-
.&_ A All o'Teic I at the 1.1 w.>-t j.iice f 'r m-\\> 01 rr rj'pn.x :: :* N.; H. All our r.r1if's :.timrafi'-tuio.l, fji,u. fl\VOM ) :-nd Pti.-i. n ()1i-. \Va-liigt. n I P. C. will f..r. t GH rgc X. Heir tt James. Ki.>f."|

; *Il! outlit at the! tae one di iiMlh t.f M.-tMt,, 11,, !; tb.i x ry I lit -t iii. '.-t i.1 an 1 vt r..t-l] .1 liable: .-:;.. attend pron.ptly; to :all claimtuiiltr!: : F1''ru! la Aimed .Iurw: 21. IS.. J. 2$ | Partucri taauhiJT. Ac., as Heir tt ( Dflt by A' aUust. -

,.' kit Se..lt. lothcrwf.l! I : !LI. <.jr.
,- 4 a. Oct lSM. -M 1 (.JtLii :21 iiiil. 42 lli it !; nri\ .i\\-\ <- -. .1 i \_ were uttler-nndiT! the ail A't of 1 $12 I ai.d !hax 1114 Joseph A. J. R'iney. J

:" -- -- __ at t the! ST.MSI.F.: pjio it.* th.- .l.-nl. readx! toacooninwC I I.l xxith the I n quirt n.et.ts thtieof. have ii'-t re- t5T receive'! p.-r termu-l.!' Pampero from New r I drf. n- Lint and! all other |>eron i;-,ft'ri"'eiI

MILE5 HASH & CO. I New Goods. .' lh..iim ili I .ir, ii .r.ui.i lIi.u .t-1. ceixid the i'.tm I.NTfor ihiir! !land-; can huxc them obi p Y.-rk, III bbls Iii-h lM.it. es. 5 bblOnions.! 1 -ilL I take notice of tho initirtitu.a ot the! r.b

g4k I llore 1.' t J.iv. -ib'.. i aili to Mib.-n5Ur.. nateOniiins.! ( 3 Ke r' Prime Gh.. n Butter. 15 Hoses .
Dealers iu Drills Medicines 6c. C- | :; i\ I.II n :i.o .: 1 OTHAVE I I : ji-t: '. .- my Pall nnd Win'ii V ,i.tmst: I ...i.' :111 I 1 ii fiiru.I1s.1 f r Iiovt r 1 Al b.' cl.iin.i I pio-ici.ted, I fur I Ptn-ion-*. Roim'y Lind h. Extra Chicse. All in jnod onlernnil fur (-ah."byJ. LI and! plead? to the dtvTarutt! n tit*

; f \ Y/'Ol'LU i-ifonn: tVr: f i.-n'la nnd: the public, th.it; i j\ 1 nsj'jily of Cli lli.-, Cas-iiiK'i<-<, Vi'-tiiij-*, tiep.iie.1 \.''nam \\ IIi i--'. a.nd Mu!< >. 1 Sciip, Hj .k Pay, A'.'., Ac., on thj ini"-t rea-oiable P. BKACEWELL A CO. irtin-dated aippenr 13.h: November. 15-54.

k ?, th-.x haxe <>n u iu I ui '.1] -s.'itMKht iZ.t fu< hae _.:i.r._ c ( IV e..lsI IC. ; t'u..titv, l.i.-la I II I II Ic xull i.x..l it hiin-ilf to : i-e ?:mtz-f.t js' $ t tihls palrons 1 tirai October 21.1S51. a-_ HUGH ARCHER. Cr:
>
'. riieb ) Vcj-t in their line <.f bu int .". t.inaake in I the n.-l fashionable Mxlc l
it : (Tea.'ttilly | : up in :uuiI
a,J will 1,. re'i rin; K-; :1:uly I eii snj-j>iies. Their Ii..i t ii' : :.I iN'I 4l.1.. 1 rt iii.A ltll.li.o.t-e: A umii.l: V>. I lv.!.4. HIO Il'in.! l.I.vl4 CA. U. S. Senate, Notice.HE --- -_ _

,.'. I. rn> s'li.l h. ret-'Ibtl.; : LSO- JAXII-S Cooi-fu r undersigned, administratrix of f the estate of New Fall and Winter Goods.

'. a Tall.iha.(-(-. Ajiil Vlh. 1 53..i 14 A MUM: AMI \\ 1:1.L: Mi.rnin: : S'iOK or ( ) !" 1'1N 1'11XLE; JOHN XVii Waj-hiiigtoii I). C _. Ji' eph A. L'I 1.mier. tatelx tlect! at-d.of Leon Coiintv. -
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2 I -. 's Javi-h English) k )\ Petition to Force 1 MJ.M READY-MADE CLOTHING; E1 OCHARLESTON Address J'utl I'a.'J, JL'LIUS Iv MEIER E.Washington tjixe-j notice in all perrons ha hug tlemands! Miiin-t! DAVID) C. WILSON
J. Small T. A. I). I sai I -:-t:ite t' present th. m to the ndmmiMratrix. or
: TOSpiin rIi .f
4. : > -it I Cor.ti.-thi;: f c\tiy fuMii"iit n.itnllc: f..r winter -nr U. C.

b VouJ, l'Ui"bcl8. I Gad-den: CilCl.it; d notice xxill be bir
c ,.e. Ci.cv.it of PI. i iia.Sa.mitl v. )hi' la will bo liNjM.Md of at ]h'\v juior.n. \ : Yo.>:iM.-in.'tts: of LOXC.) and SHORT STA- by law. or tl.i* plead ; I IS and other xeels, his UJUH! sujrp'v ol F.n amd
3. and all tl.o-e indebted refnicstttlto to
W.McEl Ala l.ilv lot 'f PI.tin ItOI! Faiii-y Shiit-, (Jollal 2PLi: (1Y1 T( IN. nndoth.r r Piodmv, v.ill nui-l Great iir.ains:: at the New I'aNh Store. ; -. are niakejiaxinentmimcdiattlx Winter G'nils-ahl of which were sclecttu bv h.cfc'in -

J % y-IJef. iiiiit. Uii'l'r.-l.iiif.! (?'rivat': Stitk, 11'.irrv, lr.. Ac.Tli'i with their best liUcliti'iia. liVfiitlii-c can be bud olII Xew York, and put chased on the) nnwt i.VeCstl*
O nI'tfur Huitlh of' ( J. Jlfr MARY ULMER Adniinlstratnx.
the Conit bv the f-fiiJaxit filnlin l deMiin1 out fit will consult t4t ii JAM I N. I.ii-M-oiiu, Mudi-mii Count [ $ i/i/im.] -. h itl<*
npjieatiiiij t<> -"" a thorough v, or JL E. DLUI., Br if. '1'. liriker: tenn. many of them at reduced price xv l .zl
.&. IT eiusc. that the IKfenJant raided beyond the own ii.tf'i-v.l. bv si;; uig the ii. 4-1411!!, zi s all th** :il) faupply hia cu.--tiiii.fis and a I' wl.o na?

Ltmtcof tb! State of y. ..i-J ; 'l<' have i.PIi MI ttid t ilh pent caie, and with e1t-isht.r :\iu.( 1S.14. :r'J: t 4m i-ili/i-n- of Tallahai-t: an.I xu-inity tii.it: hei 2S. fatonr him with a e.dl. urher fit ci-h: i ii.pro <

a. It le :Jcred that the Ikft'inlaiit an I all ptisons I intcieflcJ. a fincialkw* to their adapt.itioii' to thin IflIrk-t. i ii nuxv ojHiiui( a large and xxtSl.-i-li-cted utocL. of Dry Land for Sale.I credit at prices certainly ns low. if not I Ihdue 1. em U.-B &lMiJ

and (-IHIIM.IJ; ; by tluo'iijh. fir t.ndi-r: him. take JOhN PKATOUIUS. For Sale. Goods, and a larjje "itinf nt of Embroi leries and I WILL I "ell THy plantation! on ternis that are reasonable in this citj. They in part consiei tf
IIu'.Icu 42f the filing! f f th! a O A jU'NV UACS.; Mitabl, for and iiifj to the purchaser. It Fancy tt: staple Dry Goods.'Stath.ncrv.
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for the > 'f f. the itiot lihilwiUi pickinCot- drcifi, C.ipts ittalluumade (,' of
cau o jauK| >i o Kt"i iir; 1g4e, tvc (.C 'li.tliini every
-'A., _., WW l..n. HODCKISS liein JelTt-rMin County. Fla.. eighteen miles East of P liMitS and Shoes Dru and Feif..nuerf.hlarilware. .
4; i.t kaid) peiti'ti; at the next Sjiiin; Tirniof 1 Gftdfdcu & SCOTT.Auj.fut tlcM-riptiou! a X<>. 1 it'irlnifiitof l!. ot im !It' II'51. Tallah.i -te. in the nei Waukeenab.. It
a Master !
Chancery's Sale. .
: Saddlery.Groetiit.j'
'! Circuit C.'uit, MiJdlu Fl-.iil.i, tINuJ:| ihc following dt-H- I hits nnd Capdo a tine as-ortnunt of Jewelry and is eh.lieu! land mini in gooil l repair with two hundred !
lh..iuwVnre
r cribed real |>pcrty. ti wit : "S'. ..hexn tb.'Ui.and nn I Ithiityfeven of a dc-cioe in Claancciy: enderc'il on I the other f.tnex aitii-lcs to i mmu>roim to mention my mot .
I. the .S. \\'. qmittr of (he X. E.
Is *.gt on thirty one ; No. 6i.ven thouMiultind tluii\t eight Circuit ('oi.i t, whi-n-in KM line U!. M. McCchtc 5? rrm: e' pnrtuit.ml.ip of TUXNO, PIXCKXEY & this blo<-k lzi ( iilialv iicxv.Oct.ibirT ANDERSON PEELER. Hats and! Caps. B.gimmg aui R'I

; bIo; ;; tue S. Ii (|'inrti'i of the Jf. E. quaiter ; No. tevD Coinjilaiiiunt, an-1 Bciij. Hnl, I, AdmV.,do, of the entitle L CO. hating bieu: dissolved, the snUcribcr will continue 1854." 40 May 6. 1854. 18 tf l*>nntrt< anti Trimmings. ['afrita. OiL ic. 1tc.

a, ** tl> ,ufin.l. t-cxi'ta bundrt-.I: und eighty nine, bi-iii thoJI (.f Jofclaun 1 lyr4l.! docea fd, :iiidt IK-IB are l-fciulaiits, the Notice. Men and IJoy'ft Clothing, _

;_ t.. hd; ]f of thu S. W. pui tt-r. and No. nine th<>L.aniliiiiw 1 will elI at public oiitnv Ufuie tl e C iuit I IMCTOUICE) (; AXE) foHMISSIOX) BUSINESS New Books, &c. Ci'fitit of /- r / LI4 indebted
4 hundred ondfiily tlaee, being the N. E. qimttcr di.'r in the City of TallaLai'; on Uonday the Jthi on hi? own account. R. Q. PIXCKXEY, Jr., TOW reeeixinjr from New York a large mind care 1. per are ons requested to to come the underji forward ned immediately by account Joseph White, ))
,the S. E. qiutl: r ; N- iinj IhoiiMind < iuhthuudicil i Decimbcr next, withiu legal bourn, the lollow.in
$ ( :iyf Oiliee i
I XUUTII CUMUIBHAL Wu.tur.a ._ fully selected stock of 1k eunhraciuig every nrd sittle either by ench or note nhe luwsold #s. V Debt by AttachmccLJ&i.eplm
a and thirty-five, UiiiK the JI I&alftf the X. \V. quaiter.: ucuciibcil landrt, t-it unto, l, in and bein, ; in the ;
and with the stock
of Literature
hand
--- department 'iii A. J. J
out mid i is anxious to close lila btHik. Koney.
t$. 4 nil included iu section thiity-onc.. Toxxiibhip thiee.ILaii County of Leon) to wit : The W \ of the Ji j K: J of UEPEREXCES.IM.UAIIAM a larger aiid more varied as.ioi tment than bus ever a soon r* pos- iV
sible.
; e oue N< jtli) mid Wcot; a'i<) Jfw ten thousand i-ection 21 1 T 1, I H! 2, South tIItI 1 East, ((8U ucie ;) I lieN been otfeied to this lilauk hooks JOSEPH WHITE. T LIE Dvfemid.mt and afl other p-ron* at
: AVi.mt. JtnN IV.Asru i Co. eomnmuity. of every CintieviuV, Xirr. 18, 1854. 46 will take notice of the abote entitJed! suit ojtnchment
rhe S. 11 if S. ,welrm ,
of 21 and Jlan
An 1 f'rtyven), being quaiter( E.quuitei \ Of the S 1L Towiuhip Cot MAiTHUsfctx fir..', and Ruling Stationery of the best di-jciiption.
III. of CK'tiuii thiity.Tow n-l.ij thU. Itfliiyc, ('lie. .4V..; as jilxive, ((80 ncu-a ;) (the S W 4 of the S K; J of s< cti nnx ti Co. Hanker and they are hereby f>qnrre Charleston, S pt -mber 0. I 85 1. 85 (j jAdministrator's Cases. Purl Folio Envelopes, Bull, White and Notice. plead to the declaration fiJexl therein. D: rKi 2'-tt)
.. Alu the S. Igitfof 8. W. q witcr of bi-ction tiventx m 21 1, Township) Mad Untile: us above, (Jowic* ;) Enamelled, ihttricnt fize*. Draw ing and Tissue Paper Jo.. C trKovemWr *-
lame, and the W* tt luilf >f ff. W. quail-ti-r of sec. thii t x the W i of the NV i of section 22. T 1 I. U 2, South Cut'ery, LithngrAphic and Oil Paimtings R.mlcy'Jold r! HE: P.rrtner.-hip heretofore existing Iwtwecn Mes- November 1854. HUGH ARCHER >

two, all in Tuwn hip three of Ilnn e one, Jf, & SV.eon- and Eatt ((80 ucrel;) the K I $ of the N E 4 of neetioti Sale of Negroejf.ON ( Pen*, with or without rates. Ma) mini it Noxes, .1. 8rs. Ei kine tt Dilwotth.! i is this day dissolved bx 26.185-1. 47

tJ'IHilg in all! fuur hundred and figiity tcrs more or :21! Towiibiiip one, ltaii two. South mid ]liist, ((80cie Thusdiiy the 4lb day of January 1855, J will Harrison .t Ulackwond'a Black and! Red Ink. Also a mutual: consent. The unfini-hed biwiuew of limo firm Public Notice:

t Jesi"ah11)irIgi.stl4e Cuuuty Gudsdeu nnd Clute t.f.ft | ;) the S E J of the S E J heclion 21 J, T.nihm cl1 nt public auction before the Corn Ilou&e large variety of Fancy Articles.JOUX. will be ntten'ded ti> by the said Mes8i Erskinc A Ddworth. -

; f1o-iJa.. > ouc Itaugc tu-n. Svuth and Kust, ((40 urrtf ;) nnd door in the Town Marianna.. all the elavcs belon"iW McDOUOALL.Octoherl4.1854. nPIIE subscriber a miantitv of (hmn'. PipffT cJL

:, It i Ia fuither ordered that the publication.of thi* nu. theV of the S W 4 of wrtion 22, Towu iip one, to the tfntc of Richard) MeKinnc. deceavil. "fLemitnberw tf 41 November 25 .1851. 47_ on hand which he haa repiife.l for T.VIOU* per.

t t .:V tlcc unj order Iw made in some public neu (paper South of Kange two, Eaist, ((80 acree.) i n'xmt' tnt-nty-riTe, cumprisinj; men and iro- HHIS. but who huve not called nnd 3uiid f-T them. on.
l1 Florida One half of the Kiid b-ij The sale will be Curled Hair Mattrasses.TUST he gives notice that tuilecf! thf! article! AW taken
piinted in Middle once cvtiy two week fvi, T t in n atfvllvKs :- )purchase imny ouch girl by vhtucofnn For Sale hereby '
itt lend four riiuntiai l>rfi>r<> the fiirt day of the tux: to Iw paid ID cash, nnd the other )half pa} able in onler of the Ilonomble Joseph H. Houlluv, judge received wi' eonaipnment. a lot of fine curled away bv the IhVtdaof Fetruarj ,nxth. wi Iciuie

U: I$ .Spiiiii Uiui of eaiJ Court, A. I). 1655. ne } ear after date cured by uiortcnpe 00 tb 1uid. of Piobato Jackson, County, and for the purpose ofa FOUR nmall Farms Waknlhi County, containing J h:iir mattnuse*. double or nin lc-very thing fir the banleto be alJ i itt public outrjt tl:?

: J. WAYLES UAKER, Jutlg. ii. AUCHEK.JB, dixision ainonjT 'tIme hcii*. Terms cash. Sn( acres each with good dwelling and outhouses hot weather, whien we will sell low to clotc.D. highc.t bidder to pay ap-r-JJ BURGPORJF

A true Copy-Attest : It. C. LwTirn, Clerk Special JInitcr in Chnnoerr. HENRY: McKLVXE. Aduinjtrator.Nemlcr on the same. Enquire at this office. LADD. .

O.-tobci 11, 1851. Vui: Im 41 TembiT-t, 16B4. ot 14 23, 1651. 6w if OtoLr 11, 1851. 11 Ne'i Pert Ju'.y! 15, 1634. ; Tallabasice, 1. l'1. 41 3's.
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