The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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F o : Which} was.received :and rend and, the accompanying, House Bill Houe fi11'o be entitled: An act to! authorize\ Stephen C. Gonza- Which was was received and read, and.iho.big placed among the ''

n.1.ELA1\ ; 11;'nd Resolution placed ;among.the orders, of the day."i' .. ; ,+ ?z to bnild a'Wharf in the City of Pcnsacola ; (Orders or the Day.:, ,. .. / '. ,
.l***. : House Resolution asking that Picolatabe made a Port of Delivery.Mr A bill to'be entitled An act in relation to slaves and'tree persons '

.tc h ., SLR-T .A. E. : < ,. ORDERS OF THE DAY. "Smith gave notice that litvould, on some future day, intro. of color; .- .* it .'- II .
t r I ,A 1 Bill to be 'entitled, An act to repeal, an act entitled j An act to duce,, a Bill to be'entltle'n! act for tho'amendment of the Laws'. in Was read the second, timed| and ordered. to. .be engrowd,. .for a ',:

J mend the several acts concerning' Llci-nces lo retail Spirituous Li- i elation (to the Statute of Limitations in personal actions.Mr. hird: reading on ,to-morrow.. r' ,. .

WEDNESDAY, December 13, 1S5L'jibe iiors, approved Jainary 8, 1833 ; .. Gilli moved that copy of each of the Newspapers printed in A bill lo be entitled An act to repeal tho lOth,section .of ihv, 7dl .- t
[ '1 fallahajsee be furnished} each member of the Senate Crimes andisdemeanerai
of the Laws to.
time and motion made the ; Chapter relatirg : .
Was road'tlu second on teas special '
Sennte met adjournment.
pursuant Which motion was adopted.On Was read,the second tlme.whenhe amendment as proposed by
,fb Ret Mr. Turner officiated as Chaplain.; irdcr riiheday; for to-morrow.. n.nct.in relation the \ motion of Mr. Hopkins} a bill to allow Spirituous Liquors toLo the Committee 'on tho Judiciary'was adopted f u !Ijeu j ,of the"original
the Journal of read anddecibion A bill to be entitled \ t lo Mayoi's Court of r'.w
A 'utiram being present; yesterday'was t tI j I (drank where sold, was taken from the table, and placed among bill. ,.,, t r 1:
aPir"\d' he City (AapalaclnVol.i I ; t he Orders of the Day. On motion' of Mr-Long, the huTwas 7 laid-on the,iable.. ,
Was'ii-ad the i-conl time and ordcrcdto bo engrossed for third ,
'tIf of the! Sen.-:!?, in relation to the contested' Election a j Mr. Smith presented the memorial from the Board of County An Engrossed Bill to be entitled An attlo, .incorporate the Pal**-

from the 12th Senatorial District, was transmitted: to his Excellency ending: on to morrow. : ;Commission of WaLulla in relation to the of ka and Micanopy PIankRoad; Company Iij ,'f '.
A bill; to bo enlitl..dn i: net to amend the third and eighth s cc- \ County, building aCourt I' ;;" '. : ; .
, t'e; (!o\t'rnor. I Hon e ; Was read the third lime,:,and upon \,the.xjiiesilc n of ita;; passage '
the Senate t ions of the (;ith article of the Cmistitntion of tl.} is.State ; .
rl h'* (fallowing bill nnd resolution: which had passed Which read I teas .
and tJcvotc .
; was en referred to the Committee on : .a''l_ :
Was read three cevf-ral times ::s of the fiat day, and ordered for ," L r "
w-io transmitted to the House, tic : Paxation and Revenue. I IIr. Yeas=Mr. PresidentMessrs.Bird,$rmsonr rj&ler.tm!
second] ) tomorrow "
Hoase hill to'.be' entitled, An Act to remote the force and opera. :i leading: on Bird Jefferson Hawes Kilcrease} :Nicholson*
: Filor
of A Bill to be entitled( An act to amend an act in relation to the sC'r't presented c\ memorials: of the citizens of GillTs Long, roves. 4e rl t I ,
110:1 \If the general lairs .-f. this State, in relati-n to the migration I t j Bounty t in regard to retailing Spirituous Liquors; Tracy and Wynu 16. '. ,, '., .... .h-ti"fr
l'.ice to b<.' given: by lieriffa and other officers; t i -'J1 ?
Ji# pehuua of cblor into this State; neccafcary \\ !Inch were read, and 'on motion, referred to the Committee on Nays -"Mr. Myrick-1. fir .
lieu when motion of )J tho bill .
authorize' Jackson Lee, of I II Was read second time, on Myrick, :, v l' "* '
Ifduw bill td be entitled': An Act to r.ixntion and Revenue. So the bill,passed-tide as stated. .. K )11 -if
fhmihntCounh' to Assume the management of his} o\m estate ; t.was indefinitely postponed. j jA I Tho follow Ordered that the be certified t '
; ing communication was received from C. II. Austin, same to lle.IIousoi.t ; of,jjlegrfpentarAn
I the laws violations ,
I, I."cind11t'1'.11: Bill to be milled An act to enforce against .
ei.tilUdAn Act to
House Bill to be legitimatize i State Treasurer : h.e3. .

:111 i to make her the heir at law, of William .1 L Read of the County of the Sabbath read: the day seend, Monroe, time, and County ordered; to be engrossed for a i11's' i i TniA rKER' OFFICE, ) engrossed bill to be entitled An;Act to repeal ;A \ ;'fAin" { 1 .

of Ilnmilton, Florida ; I I TAI.L\IH 'IE, December 13, 185 4. $ datory of An Act to establish a Mayor'a. Court ir, ,Uie"CUv'ot. Apalachicola -
third leading on to morrow. yjZ W t.V
A \tam\\\ to bj entitled, An Act in relation to Evidence ; : To ,the lIon. Presidrn' of the Senate : ; ,
the Tal
An engroed'biil to bu entitled An act to incorporate >} r 1 ,"
A bill to be entitled An Act for the rf'li'fof John Anderson ; haS-I mccnlllpanJin, hl'r\\'ith.1! send a map of the United State, Was read the third time, and upon the question of/tta' nastege. tea .
and Plank load
A bill to be entitled, An Act to allow! the Supreme and Circuit see Ijnincy : Company ; of its received from the late Comptroller, who says it was purchased for vote was : ,/u 1 .
Was read the third time, and die question v7-g
Court?, to hold extra terms ; I upon the Senate Chamber. Yeas-Mr. [President, 'Messrs. bird, Brinson, 'C, rt ,jUiigier, -'.
A hill to establish a Herryat Browns Ferry in Jackson County ; rote was : I Eppes, Fllor, Gillis Manes, Kilcrease' Mjrick NicKoIsoxJ i- Pror- '-
I Y:18-\1r: evident, Messrs. Bird, Brinson, Cone, Filor, Gili! am very Respectfully, .
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fraulh'ut'oting '-' '
.\ 'bill to be entitled, An Act to prevent ; t Your obedient Servant, ence, Smith, Tracy and Wynn=-16. . .
.\ bill to bo entitled, An Act amendatory of the several nct, inI 1 1l awes, Hopkins, Kilcrease! Long, Myrick, Nioh-JfeOii, Smith, Tiacy C. AUSTIN, Nays-None. :. l : .

Ration to the migration of free persons of color, into the Port of and 11'ynu15.avslone. Treasurer. So the bill passed-title'as s'tatO'I f'f .
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Key West ; J Which was read. Ordered that the same be certified to the House of:.Rtpregentalives. -
I consolidate the office of Sheriff( and Tax Assessor nnd So the bill passed, title as stated. .
A bill tl I Ordered that the same bo certified to the, HoiifcO of Representatives. .Mr.I Filor I from the! Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the fol. { j '
ColUctnr of Jackson County; I i I lowin: ;g report : An engrossed bill to be entitled, An Act 'to enforce the lawa against I
\ Resolution in relation to payment of the Board of Internal: Improvements ) Bills:! leave the violations of the Sabbath in Monroe ,
The Coiiruittee to day
j An engrossed bill to l be entitled An act to create fifth Judical : on Engrossed: beg report as correctly Cotmty ; "
! ; engrossed, the following: bills: Was read the third time, and,upon the question of its passage'thevote
I Pursuant to previous notice, tl. Ir. Hawes i introduced a bill to be ;. Circuit ; t'
be entitled An authorize the drain of the Alachna
.\ Bill; to act age was: -
Road Tax in the Counties of Put- Was read the third tim, and upon the question of its passage, the
in relation! to
An a
milled act Bird
: Savannah ; Yeas-Mr. President, Messrs. Brinson, Cdgler! Eppcs, Frlor

nrm: and Marion ; I IOn vote was: A Bill J to be entitled An act to incorporate the l'a13tka and Micanopy iillis, Hawes, Hopkins, Kilcrease, Long, -HcIr lsPt6veftt. y'r
President Me Bird) Biinaon I; Cone I'd Gillis
Yl'as-rr ,
Which bill was placed among the'Orders of the Day. sr! r \ Plank Road Smith and Wynn15.NaysMr. ',
: Hawes, Hopkins (Long, f.Y'ick"ich..J IJn, Piovence, SmilL} Tracy : Company ; .
An to
bill be entitled.} act incorporate -
mo-ion:} of Mr. Long, a to : _
i A Bill to be entitled An act to repeal an actsmendatory of an act Myrick-1. l j-.%

the Quincy Tallahassee Plank Road Company, was taken r, and n\-Ir.\Vynn-Kilciease 15.] 1.So I to establish! } } a Mayor's Court in .the Cit.of. Apalachicola ; So the bill passed, title as btatod. : ,

{from the table, and placed among the Orders of the Day.'Hie I t the hill statt-d I A Bill to be entitled An act to enforce the Laws against the violations Ordered that the same be certified to the Uouso of;Itel writ,v "
memorial from the citizens of Hillsborough passed: title as I
evident a I ,
of the Sabbath day, H Monroe County. lives. : p.
of Ordered that the tami be ceitiiied to the House of Representatives : :
Retailers :
County in regard to the License Ton Spitit Respectfully subunitt:d. An engrossed bill to be entitled, An Act to authorize the drainage

inn Liquors ; 1 ; I i JAS. FILOR of the Alachua Savannah t
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\VLlch VMS read, and on motion, laid upon the tjb'e. An engrossed bill: to be entitledn act governing Judges of Probates I. Cbaiiman.Which Was read the thud time and" upon the question of" its passagethd

Mr. Filar fiom the Comini'teuun Engrossed Bi'ls' made: the followlag !; : in certain cases: i'h
received and read and the bills placed the Or- vote was < ;
was among ;
Was read the third time, and! the question of its the .
upon passage I
Report : i I dtr.- of the Day. Yeas--Mr. President, Messrs. Bird, Brinson Cone, CrigJer, Eppes

The Committee on Engrossed Bills have instructed the anderfcijirci } I vota Yeas was-:Mr. Pieiidont. "Mesvs. Binl, Brinson; Cone, 1'il.ir G5iIIawc ( !! -, i,i Mr. HupKins from tho Coi:lniittee on Propositions and Grievance Filor, Gillis, Hawes, Hopkins, Long, Myrick, Xichobon&cmtJlCt
bills ascoru-c'ly: engioss.-d, Smith Tracy and Wynn-17. .* .,.;
tf report the f ilowing : Made tc! followii. report: / ,
( Kilcrertee! 1\ichul Smith Tracy
", I'otikins, : Long, Myrirk, ?OIl,
A bill to be entitled An act to create a filt'a! Judicial Circuit ; I I and) 15.Nays Tho Comnittee: on Propositions: Grievances, whom was re- Nays--Mr. Kilcreaso-r-1. .: !

An Pct guveruing} Julgt-s of Probate in certain CJH-R. j Wynu Nuiu-'. I ftrud a bill, entitled An act f fur the relief of 11 ell y Christy and So the bill passed-title as stated. "' h

Resjcctfulh fubmitud, : Theophilua; !' lligginhothaiu, hate had the same under consideration:: Ordered that the same bo certified to the House of Hepresedtativea. ,
I' So said hill title:] slated.Orducd .
passed, as
JAMES I 1 flLOR, I I and] b<.'4 leave to report t tJs bill back to the Senate and recommend ;. *, r,' -,. j.
Chairman. that thearne be c .tii\.J: t'j' the Hcusu of Ripre'.eiilit'uvs. : -
', ''3 IU*, lge. The following communication was received. from hb'Elcdleacy

Which} win received} an 1 read, ar.d tho Engrossed Bills! placed EDWARD: HOPKINS, the Governor : : -\ ;* I:*' ? ,,'
A bill to be cnti K-d, An Act in elation to R >;:d Tax in the F
among the Orders of th* Day. Chairman. 'EXECCTIVE CHAJCBtlt. C' ''?'' 'f
Counties of Putnam and Marion '
; ;
from the Committee on the Judiciary, made the following ; read and tho bill the 'A '"
Mr. Long, Wl.ich was received and placed among orders t "TALL..UU''iSKE"Decem er 12, 1834. :
Was ie..d the f''Ft time, ai.d ordered fur a second reading: on tomorrow. .'.
Report: I (,f the day.Mr. I To the Hon. H. V. SSBLI, *! : ni iii" J,
} whom referred 'LIIl to be the President the Senate : > '; lojSJK .!!. t t : r
Tho Judiciary Committee, to was a Hopkin* also following report : of : ;/ -
House resolution: declaring Picolata a Port of Delivery ; IMvidt
tiU'-d "An act in relation! to slaves and free: pcn-ons of color," 'n.1 Wa read the limit lime, and on motimj of Mr. 'nll'tlil' rule was TLe Committee on Proportions and (Grievances to whom was I :-1 respectfully nominate Thomas JShea, SMoWFenjamin -" ',

had the frame under consideration. The Cointiiiitcu} fu'ly ;IPI'fIJflf waived, th<' resolution read a sec-.nd and third time, and; adopted. referred the petition of Oakley Mans>8ild and ,uinety-niuc oth- Lucas Daniel Pratt and Robert Myers as 'Auctioneers In And for .. -
the object} of the bill. etc necessary toile jnoj":r subordination of era, of tlie: County of llillsborougb, praying that a fine on one Joe 'the County of Franklin. ::
Ordered that the by cvrttiiod to the House of llcpiesenla-
that cja s of our pripulation ; but as the lull referred appears to haveWn t lives.i sauic Vigil by remitted, have had tho same under consideration,.and beg f N. Baker A: ,R. AHender, J. MilUga'n Harvy S\vain B. L. ,}Tt:

ratlior! hastily nnd iiurtificially drafted: ], the Committee have inflruc'ed Howe 1i11lO be entille'', \u Act to authorize JlIIWS1. CocUrofi"to I L leave to I Turner, H. Harrison, sl'no., and James P. Penn as Port Wardens in -;:! .
Iitriking I
the! tjndcriignctl; to recommend that sail: 1 bill be amended! } by REPORT : and for the County of Franklin. '*.:: :>' ,*', V ,. '
erect a'l'ight 15ii; l East River in the County of Walton, :,
t acioat ,
out all anl'r'thr.! enacting clause: and inserting the three ectiwn : at: or near Cockiotfs;Ferry on s!tid Ki\ur: ; That the prayer of the petitioners be granted: and recommend the Samuel Benezef Robert Myers, William A., Kairr, FrarieiaA. At-! ., i

herewith ssubrnlited: in lieu thereof. This amendment embo- i ij ot' the bill for his relief lender, and Benjamin Ellison as Commissioners of Pilotage in aci .' .
Was lead! n tint time, when on motion of :Mr. (;lillithe, rule waswaived ., j asiage: V .
the author of tIc! bill with se\crr.l "t'rl/ll: for the of Franklin. l' ;- '. .:
dies all the objects of i i EDWARD HOPKINS, County .
j and the bill read ?i s-e Md; and third time ,hits_ title, au.l
; uf that When : JAMES Ev Bfi00 fE.' ..
amendments, rno'c clearly cxjirwixc object.. so Chairman. 1
I the question of theote! was : I
upon passage ,
amended, the Committee recommend the passageof submitted said bill. Yeas-Mr. Pie-sident, Mes-rs. Bird Hrinson Cone Filor: Gilli, : Which was received and read, and the bill placed among the orders Which was read, and the nominations therein 'conta'. .-ed* 'were' "* ':advised .

Ri FI)C ft fully Hawes, Hopkins, Long, Myrick, Nicholion, Provence, Smith, Tracy : of the dav.. and consented ta. '
.. A. LONG, and Wynn-If). ORDERS OF THE DAY. The following communication was received from his Ei'ceUenpj .:'

Chairman Judiciary Com. Nays-Mr. Kilcrcab-e-1. amend the 3d and 8th sections of the Governor : ; h
1 A hill to be entitled An act to .
Which was rcceiud; and read, and the bill placed! am",ng the, Ordrs EXICCTIVK CifAM '1 l.
xa irti': 1'
So the, bill passed-title ns slated. the t Aiticle of the ConMiHition of this State ; .
of the Day.. 1.1 Ordered that! the t:.me be certified to the house of Rcpreseutaii's. I Was read three several times as on its second reading, and ordered 1 December 131854. S I.. *' -
Mr. Smith, from tho Committee on Claims and Accounts, made I .I'.
I Hon. II. V. S.TELL, '
"' : to 111l'r.gru.o5l'll fir a third reading on tomorrow.Houehill *? r :
the following report: House be cntill.d.n Act bonze C. Gonzalez S. President of the Senate //,'
I bill to to au: Stephen tlIre I entitled An net for the relief of Dr. Algernon : : : "
t' The Committee on Claims and Accounts to whom was refeTid : to build a What/fin the city ol i Pensacola ; I peer and Arthur (Ginn; :-1 enclose a communication from the Treasurer of the Stale .. 1'1'SIR

r the bill nuJed An act for the relief of Dr. C. A. Hentz, through' Was road the! firs time, and(on motion of :\l Wynn, t the rule was Was rqad the second time. showing that the appropriations for ,criminal prose fi nl andfcr; r

f tbfir Chairman, atk leave to I I waived and' the bill lead a second and third time by its title, iind: upon On ntion of Mr. Tracy, the ruin was waived and the bill rend a pay of Jurors and Witnesses have been;exhausted, and' furnishing I ,J .: nli

REPORT : the question of its passage the vole was : third) time t and upon the question of its passage, the vote was : estimates for the probable outstanding balances.. ; t 'r"V t F
Pjesidcnf Cone Filor (,illis Filor I respectfully recommend that an ear! appr ro l1'!on b i.lMd9 Ii; !s-i* :.
Yoas-Mr. 'lcs rs. IJiid Britibon \\\.o-rr. President, )f( srs.Binl: Brinson, Cone, Criglcr Kf.rtffc
. Tut they hare examined said case, and find that some time 5nth Hawe! *, Hopkins: Kilcieaso, Long, MyrickicLulsun, Provence, (;this, Hawes, Hopkins, Kilcreaso: Myrick, Nicholson, Smith, Tracy the General Assembly'cover these outstanding balances.JAMES ; no 1

TWT \&W 1)r, 1IC'lItl:11:0 called, upon by th- Coroner of JacksonCrnrntrtobe Smith, Tiacy aid \Vnn-1C. and W nn-13.Nayc .BIIiO.OML.t. 1; .:r+ '

present at the d' inteitnenf of E. H. Jourdan, who had I Na\b-None. -None. Which 'was read, and on motion of Mr. Tracy y,she messagejuid, : I: \&I; .
been killed! tnd buried. It apj,e.iring to u? tut! nothing was done I So the! bill passed-title ad stated. So the bill pa "od, title! as stated.Ordered accompanying letter from the Treasurer were referred to the Coa- '. .. k |;

by Lira,professionally, the corpse b"ing, }h n tot put.}H! vtatc for ex I Ordtiicd that the, san.o be ccrlilled to the House of IlcpiestnlaIloute that thy! tnme be certified to the House of Representatives. nti tee on,Revenue a!:d Taxation. 0 ,. \r t

'ninatfon, hut as }la i' WAS summoned: to the place by the! Coroner tl\I' I I On motion, the rule was waived, and Mr. Ha&e 'moved that.the"* ,;

and attended, th. Committcs nre of opinion} }' that] he shonld be f u.I I bill to be (entitled An Act to authorize Samuel .\. Leonard A bill to be entitled An act in relation to a Road Tax in the Counties bill to be entitled, An act granticg certain Lauds to the Pilatk&.and. .i it t.

I titled to afilrn.-ir.anerntion: and, therefore, recommend: the bill : to buiid: a Whaif in the city of IVn f.ca.! Putnam and Marian ; t: Micanopy Plank Road Company .be taken .from. the table and, ;,.it

sioold pass v 3ti! the follow-in? jmicudnient' : : 1 Was lead'} a (ir-t tim, when a motion of Mr. Wynn, the rule was Wa-; read the second :i. and l ordered to be engrossed for a third I placed among the Orders of the Day; ; '1.I ,

Strike out all after the woids, udit sing) nllow! Dr. C. .\. Ilentz," waived, and the bill lead'! a second and third time by its title, and reading! on to,moirow.A I Which was adopted. ff.r'. I' {dt ,: ,

.''i l insert in Ji*u thereof thn following: 'Twcntiiie dollis for UsMtendance : upon the question of its passage the vote was: I bill!1 to be entitled An act for the relief of Dr. C. A. Ilentzi motion of Mr. Cone, Ihe Senate adjourned anttl to. norrow, Ido'clock .::1 l;

on tho Coroner's inquest at an examination held on the Yea -Mi. (Prcbident M5Sr! *. Bird, frill; f/II, Cone, I Filor, (iilli>, I \: : read the second I time: when the amendments of the Ct rnmit A. }1. .- ,.r' .,

fcvlr, of E. K. Jourdan, in '1h""cr: IS 1 Hawes Hopkins, Kilcrease, Long ;l'rickichobon, Pioveccc, lee on Claims and Accounts were adopted, and the bill ordered to ,+nt j i.
.'j Ail of which is refnectfuHv submitted 1 1 Smith, Tracy' and W nn-10. be engrossed for a third reading on to-morrow. HOUSE' : ..: iio' A : l t 1I
JAMES ,Yo SMITH( None. received from the Honse of Repro. t .
;! .\s The following message was ,"I; .. 1.'.. .''." to- 4 I
.; Chairman. I I:1 the bill passed-title as slated. beniativcs : I .' 'I'ff ".

.fA Which was received and ; :1dr.1d, the bill placed among the Or- Ordered that the same he certified to the House of Represt-nta- II Ol'SE OK REPRESENTATIVES, l I.WEDNESDAY, December" 1854. ,;' '. J. 1

'r; dire of the Day. \,}ves. December 13, ISM.. 5 The llous. met pursuant 16 adjournment. ._ i Mlj

i The following message was received from the House of RenreHorsr House bill to be entitled An Act for the relief of Dr. Algernon lion. President of the Senate: The Rev. Mr. Tydings officiated as.Chaplain. ,f .. ; .. f .;i ti t

1\ e :1btl\'CII : ,. :. i I'.t.'r. :ud, Aithur Jinn; ; Srn:-The following hills have passed the IIousa, viz : A quornm being present the Journal ol yesterday "waa read. .and"; : :E:

t 11:1 OJ' R rnJ sr.\T.'TI\'CS. ? 1 Was read the first time, and ordered for n second reading on torn Bill to be entit'ed An act to empower Malcolm Nicholson, a minor approved. t ; If so r.r.

r December 12, 1854. on on-. to assume the management; of his own estate; The following Bills and Resolution w-.idll1aa'Passod the Houia I ',>' '

f lie.. President of tlir CrnnG. : I A b'll: to bo entitled, An Act in relation to slaves and free persons kill to be entitled) An net to authorize B. T. Jordan to build abridge were transmitted to the Senate \'IZ : .' it: t

t_ ..IIt-The Ilouse'ltai"refused to adopt[ the Joint Rules reportedb of color; } aero. the Suwannee Rher, and for other purposes ; I Bill to he entitlrd an Act for the relief of Aigernon! S. peer and : ,r' .W.? .

I > the Joint Select Comn.Utee\ appointed for the purpose of drafting; Was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading on tomorrow. Senate Bill to be cutitlcdn; act to repeal An act entitled An I Arthur Gian ; ;' Kr3.

tho same and.M ;*&. Dell Shine and Dewitt have bet-n appointedCoft act in relation to Road tax iu the Counties of Santa Rosa and Es- Bill to be entitled an Act to authorize Samuel, Leonard to : ;, !; :

e > ,\ -e nn the part of the 1'nose. to act with I a similar Com.utttteo On motion, the rule was waived and )Ir. Filor allowed without cambia," as* far as it relates to the County of Santa Rosa. build a Wharf in the City of Pensacola; ', : .

'. on the put of the Senate, for the purpose of drafting and I reporting previous notice to introduced a bill to be entitled, An Act in rela Very Respectfully Bitt to.be entitled an Act to authorize SaVphen C. Gonzalez to t >

1 Joint Rules I for the regulation of the action ot the two tion to the Supreme and! Circuit snort Judges of thus: Mte ; HUGH A. CORLEY, build R Whaffin'the City oiTPcnfcicola* '; t

t oases of the General Assembly' during the present ncssion Which} was lead t the first time, the rule waived, read a second Clerk Ho. Rips. Bill to be entitled an Act to authorize James M. CotirofTto builda : "

Very Respectfully time by its title, and on motion was referred to tho Cominitlee. on Which was read, and the bills placed among the Orders of the Toll Bridge across East 'RI\-er.1U the County' : of Walton, at o r ?: fo.

HUGH A.; CORLEY, the Judiciary.On Day, and the Senate bill ordered to bo enrolled.Mr. rear CockrofTs Ferry on said River; :

I Clerk //o. Ilr[,.. motion, the Senate adjourned until tomorrow morning 9 L-nig, from tho Committee on the Judiciary, made the following Resolution asking that Picolita oe made a Port of DeHveryt' ,*-, 'l

Which! 'WB received and read, and on motion of Mr. Long the o'clock. report: Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Haynes i itro.1J ed a bill to bo ./ J'

folio wing Committee appointed to act with a similar Committeeon The Judiciary Committee to whom was referred a bill to bu entitled entitled An Act to incorporate Bank in the Town of Jacksonville} { ;' :1f:.

f tU.part of the House of Representatives for the purpose of draft- H! 1851. An act for'the relief of Judges of Probate and! other purposes, WhichVas read the first time by its tide, the role waived,"read a ; f

; 8tg Joint Rules for the Government of the two (Houses, viz: !,6srs. THURSDAY, December having h .d,the same under consideration, instruct the undersignedto { eecond time by its title and 73 copies thereof ordered to be printed. ; "r

Eppei and Brinson. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.A Notice was given of intention to introduce the following bills. .Oa. .' "i '

)1le following message was received from tho House of RepresenHor& quorum being present, tho Journal of yesterday was read REPORT: some futureday : .** '. .r f t i '

,L4U. : and approve\t.A i. That in their opinion no necessity exits for the passage of the By'M r. Pope: t '.. _, __ '. J :.. ; I .r i,
RUPBESE.VTATIVES communication was sent to the House of Representatives informing same, and therefore recommend that the same do not pass. A bill' rt'pcat the Third Article Of'lotirth 5+efio'o.of 1 the.Ei ."._

or lIIi \ (hem that tho Senate had appoiuted a Committee, to act The Committee suppose that tho bill,was drafted and present providing for sales or property under execution j';r Hsoj i '. .' : a t .

: PrttlAenl! December 12, 183 L j with a similar Committee from the ,House, to draft Joint Rules for the under a misapprehension: of the existing laws, the Committee not being A ,bill to alter and change the,taws now in i forte.providing for A; : t I
.aII. the Senate
of : government of both Houses of the General Assembly.An aware of any law: requiring Judges of Probate to administer cstales selection of Jur6rs. \ tBy '!! r

SIR: :The following Bills aud Resolution have passed the House, Act to 'empower John Richard Bradford to.assume the management Mr. Brown t: j! .. ,. V. F F'A
tlI: bin to authorize William A. Gainer to build Toll Bridge Over .
it of his own estate,.was sent for approval, to his Excellencythe Respectfully submitted a I
5 Arthur Bill.tobVentllled,, Aa act for the icliof of Algernon 5.Specr and Governor M. A. LONG, Bear Creek Washington County. .. Et; I l

Bill!to Gmn; 'The'following Bills amt:) Resolution,which had passed the Senate,, "Cha1rm\n Judiciary Committee.\ By Mr. Shinto: ', \ :'J I

a Wharf} bg, the entitled An act. q nutlrouo: S.tmucl l A.L\onard, to build were transmitted to tho Hou!o of Representatives, viz: Which was received and read and the bill placed among the Or, A bill to be entitled An act to regulate. the fees.of_ Justice's of the 4 + s
: '
Iii )In City Peusacr4t; A-bill" to be entitled,-,An act governing Judges of Probate_ in certain ders of tho Day. Peace ; alao. .t ,.
!! toto'entllr
a Wharf In Hi t Ctty+il. '\ti actSri autltoriz c g aepllcn C. Gonzalez to build ewes ; Mr. Long from the Committee on the Judiciary, made the following A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of WflUatn.R.; la .
I of Pens truia
tn A bill to be entitled, An act to create a Fifth Judicial Circuit; report : By Mr Parsons: .r

T$ Brit'be' rfit1cJ1),'' act River to'authrii'i !:. z. James M. CoTwfto( erect A bill to be entitled, An'act to incorporate tho Tallahassee ant J The Committee on' the Judiciary, to whom was referred''H A.bil'l A bill to be entitled An 'act rin rela'tiba to Piloiago. at. '\ o.;"" of"'.rt t'' t tt

't'lr "_A a achies East in tile CUII:1t.r (jfV align, at or'VCUUUIFi Quincy.(Plank Road Company ; to bo entitled An net in amend an act regulating' common law proceedings" Bay port; also \ "; s i
I'eirr,on Jlid Hivl'r" M. Cockrofl' considerationand instruct thiundersigned .e A bill lo bje entitled A_ n net (ajelalioo to,Cornet* ofJSheiifT.and 1 i
HmM tlhtftia! \ House b'll tn be t ntitll.In act to authorize James have. had the same under .. tI i'i
".s1iiciib I ncoldla be made a, POI tor Ddi'r0 Tax Assessor and Collector In Hernamlo'County.:
\ of Wal'oa .
XT *. T *' to erect a Toll Bridge across East River, In the County : to rceonmrndits'paseago.Respectfully: i
.. er { tfull y', ad( River; submitted, By Mr. Dewitt:
t ?
; C t. : I-t..f nuf at or near Cockroff Ferry, on ; ;
H A. C011LEY, House bill to bo entitled, An act to authorize Samuel .\. Leonard I M. JV. LONG, A bill to be entitled Ad act to authorize OliTr 11. Hearn to build r', !
Clerk uf the: Ht-u!o cf Koprcwntaftos.; Chairman: Judiciary Com Bridge across the OcDla Rirer. '
to build Wharf in the Cilv} of Pcnsacola ; I



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4, I it 'Iv Mr. Carter : .. Date> bit to be entitled An Mt for the-relief of John B. Anderson oer. H. Harrison, ten., and Jamea. P. Peon, aa Port Wardens in} and on which: motion tb.JM,!ll _, ,. rr....,....1.. a:..eM -. j
: ;? ( ,A bill to .be.J entitled& ,An act &tJ provide for,the payment.of.State aek on County; for the Cowty of Franklin ; lews .

.r! t t '"t I fl('Ipt I :nVid for rrtjer purposes. Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a ae oDd time ortomorrow. I Samuel Benezet Robert Myers William A.KainFrancrs 4. Allen. Yeas--Mr. Speaker, Messr Baisden, Bellamy, Bower, 0,0"
t tri{ H., .Ir. 11 ay., : dr, and Benjamin Ellison Commissioners of PHotftfe, in and for Carter, Chaires,;CarlstW, Coombs, Dell, Dewitt, DummfCt GaI'

...} ,+. ,; \ !iil; to rn? entitled An act to regulate Pilotage on the Bar of the Senate bill to be enlhlf'dn act to allow the Supreme antCircailCourta i t the County of Franklin. .- braith,JIanis, Haym;lone of Monroe Joan of N e Pan

L"' I-:. ,t':,'r t. JnhnVi'u'snutit, of this State to bold extra terms whenever the regular tenni I JAMES E. BROOME. Penn, Pope, Pmcttt, 9ft. r, Taylor, Thofnpao n of Levy, V&n Zan nas

1. + to previous notice Mr. Fennell introduced be held in of tbe of made advised and and Wall-20. ,
l a bill to cannot be aafety. consequence prevalence any con Which was read, and nomintlaons therein
; :11 ;J t .t.- ,si I An net 10 amend the laws of this State relating to gambling; tagious disease, at tbe time and place, or places, appointed bjr lav. consented to. Xays MtssnuDiscnikM, Fennell, Haddock, HoUamaa Jok,

1t, il.:t;' ; W'lich wa read the first time, and ordered to be read a second. for holding the regular terms ; The following message was received from his Excellency the rfon, Langford, Nell, Riviera, Rowley,Shine, Whitehurst hd 7.r .

): r. *,;::? on tomorrow.O Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second time onto Governor: ler12.'I.

,.,.f "''i.-: ,J 101 l',on. the rule 1 were waived to permit Mr. Thompson, of -rnorrow. ExictrriTB CHAMBBX, ) So.the resolution,waa indefinitelypnstpoptd.._'U, *

'\r.yt l 1. Levy, to iul! dace a bill without previous notice. Senate Bill to be entitled An act in relation to Evidence ; TALLAHASSXK December 13, 1854. ) Ordered that the aaroe be certified to the Senate. "-
w.e ;-f' M"i Thompson .f Levy introduced a bill to be entitled An act to Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Hon W. F. RrssKLL, Speaker of the A bill to be entitled An act toiacorporAWWlaak" lea.ia.

'' i i'.rt'1the.alari t certain State .Officers, &c. ; to-morrow. < 4\ House Jacksonville ; __ __
: .
ji Representatives
umj of
; Which Mil; read the first time, and the rule being waived, read a Senate bill to be entitled An act to establish a ferry at.Drown'* Came up on its second. reading, and waj p
%& SIR :-I inclose a communication from tbe Treasurer of the State, next Xl { P 1 '
; E<.'{Mild time I l/y its title. ferry, in Jackson County ; f
"*&$;:; ":. .Mr. Del moved that aaid Bill be laid on tho table ; Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second time on showing that the appropriations for criminal prosecutions, and for A bill to be entitled An act to amend !the Laws.of 1
of Jurors and Witnesses bare been exhausted and .
V1i ',. Upon{ J which motion the yeas and nays were called, and were as tomorrow, pay furnishing ting to Gambling ; --
: .l'5V b t' Fraudulent estimates for the probable outstanding balanc s. Was read the second time. '
flllowsVrn. Senate bill to be entitled An act to prevent Voting; S.
>:'."3-'< -' l *' .' .' \ -)'( q' Bowers, Brown, Dell, Fennel!, Haddock, italics Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second time on the I respectfully recommend that an early appropriation be made by Mr. Jones;of Monroe, moved that ,the bill be"indefinitely I
General to these balances. ,
cover outstanding
.' Johnston Jones of Nassau Neel Riviere and WhiteNaye upon which motion the yeai and nays-were called, and
i' ,r'i'. fI::\:', Langford, to-morrow. JAMES E. BROOME. we n II follows -
.:" :' 1Ir.l'ilt-I:. Senate bill to be entitled, An Act explanatory of the several Actsin :

.,;.;* y. Messrs. Bainden, Carter, Chains, Coombs, Dewitt, Distinikes relntion to.the migration of free persons of color into the Port of Which was read, and the communication from the Treasurer accompanying Yeas-Messrs. Coomb, Dewett, Dummett; Galbraith JoJ n w

.i .; Dummett, G:1nm&ilhlIarri Haynes, Penn, Precott, How1 Key West ; the same, referred to the Committee on Finance and Jones of Monroe/Parsons/ Prescott, Rowley) ,VanZant an' re

. Jf 1/1< v, Shine Tailor, Thompson of Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa, Was read the first time. Public Accounts.A 11.
: 'raj ; w Wai! nnd Zeigler-19.o On motion of Mr. Pope the nil s jvere waived, and said bill wa message was received from the Senate announcing that Messrs. Nays-Messrs. Baisden, Bowers, Brown, Carter, Claair.Dit-

',1 "1" !. $ the House refused to lay said bill on the table. read a second time by its .title. Long, Eppes and Brinson had been appointed Committee on the makes, Fennell, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Hollamao, JenM otNatr

i- ,j 1 On motion, said bill was referred to the Committee on Finance Mr. Rowley moved that the rules be waived, and said bill be reada part> of the Senate to act with the Committee on the part of the san, Langford, Pope Speer, Taylor, Thompson of Levy, Thames
louse, for the of drafting Joint Rules for the of of Santa ?
: and Public Accounts. third, lime. purpose government Rosa, Wall and Whitehurst 20. ,
: Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Pope introduced a bill to be en- The Speaker put the question the rules he waived ?? and the two houses of the General Assembly.The So the motion was lost.

PV and Administrator decided that the House had voted following message from the Senate was read: On motion of Mr. Fennell said till referred
:": f' : tIlidn act authorizing empowering A. J. Lea, upon a ri'ra voce vote, the Speaker f was to the C

: .A::,,4" t to cell certain real estate therein specified ; in the negative.Mr. SKJTATK CHAMBER on Propositions and Grievances.

i r :'iV:4: Which was read the first time, the rule waivvd read the second Rowlcv called for a division of the House. December 14, 1854. S A.bill! to be entitled an act authorizing and empowering A.Jadministrator .Lea

r''\.; time by its title, and ordered to be read a third time on tomorrow.Mr. I The Spe-ikcr decided that after a decision of the vote by the Hon. Speaker of 1Mllorue to sell certain real estate therein specified i ; '

muskets and accoutrements to the Florida Indepcn vote was : .
f ':. tarn over sixty Rowley appealed.Upon '
; SIB : The Senate has
." u' dent Blues; tho question, shall the decision of the Chair be sustain- fiz : passed the following bills and resolution, Yeas-\essrs. Baisden, Bellamy, Brown, Carter, C4+raa
-: .. Which was read the first time and ordered to be read a second cd I" the House voted to sustain the decision of the Chair. I Coombs, Dell, Dismukes. Dummett, Galbraitb, Haddoc,Hs
S ;L'' time on tomorrow.Mr. The bill: was then ordered to be read a third time on to-morrow. A bill to be entitled An act governing Judges of Probate in certain Haynes, Hollaman, Johnston Jones o( Monroe, Jones ot1Q as,

% .." moved that of each of the bill be entitled An Act to consolidate the office of cases ; Langford, Keel l, Penn, Pope Prescott h'
., ..: ., Hollaman a copy newspapers pub 'mate to A bill to be entitled An Act to create fifth Judicial Circuit Rowley,Shine, Speer, 'l'he.p.-
lished in the city of Tallahassee, be furnished each member of this Shfiiir! and l Tax Assessor! and Collector of Jackson County ; a ; son of Santa Rosa, VanZant, Wall and Zeigler--29.
; A bill to be entitled An act to incorporate the Tallahassee and
and ordered to be read a second time on Nays None.
'. :.' House; I Wa n.ttlthe first time, -
? Plank Road
i" t Quincy Company ;
So the
passed-title stated.
Which motion to. as
was agreed to-moirow.
,, t I House bill to be entitled An act to authorize James M. CockrofT
; :iJ 1't Mr. Baisden, flout, the Committee Engrossed and Enrolled Senate resolution for payment of the Board of Internal Improvement t I Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.
il. Toll East River in the of
to erect Walton
: r: Bills, reported at correctly enrolled the following bills, viz: ,. ; II a Bridge across County II I, Resolution authorizing the Governor to turn over sixty'mnaktts
at CockrofTs said River
't.-.i5:: : A kill to be entitled .\n act to authorize Henry Benner to establish Was read tin* first tim', and ordered tn be read a second time on or near Ferry on ; and accoutrements to the Florida Independent Blues ;
House bill to be entitled An authorize Samuel A. Leonardto
act to
Was read the
second time and
'' : a Ferry across the Withlacoochce River ; tomorrow.On referred to the Committee on the
t;; : :," A bill to be entitled An act to authorize Nell Monroe to establish motion, the II.uso adjourned until tomorrow morning, 10 build a wharf the city of Pensacola ; Militia.A .
Withlacoochee River House bill to be entitled An act to authorize Stephen C. Gonzalez bill to be entitled An the Fifth Clause
'1\/ a ferry acroM the ; o'clock. act to repeal of tLr
8 I : A bill to be entitled An act to authorize Andrew J. Smiley. minor to build a wharf in the city of Pensacola ; Sixth Article of the Constitution of this State ;
the of his House resolution asking that Picolata be made a Port of Delive Was read the third time and its
: to assume management own ; put upon passage, upon wtich
f-Cv. A bill to be entitled An act to authorize Allen Mondin to ettcbli THURSDAY, December 11, 18 ol. t ry. the vote was.

v :'. .t! a Toll Bridge across the Withlacoochee River. The House m"t pursuant; to adjournment. I Very rcspectfullv, Yeas-Messrs. Dell, Dummett, Haddock, Hayues, Penn, aids
t- J. T. BAISDEN Prescott-.
'., .
( The Rev. )1 r. Tydings otlici.itei as Chaplain.A
', ., 0 Chairman. the Journal of yesterday's proceedingswas Secretary of the Senate. Nays Messrs.Baisden, Bellamy,Bowers, Brown,Carter,Cbaivf,

4! ,'t The following message from the S'nstet read : read quorum amended being present and approved, ; Ordered that the lIons 1 bills and resolution be enrolled, and the Christie, Coombs Dewitt, Dismukes, Fennell, Galbraith, Aerie,

? '" SEXATH CIIAMUKH, ) The following, bills which had passed the House were transmittedto Senate bills placed among the Orders of the Day. I Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Monroe, Jones of Nassau, Laaf/erd/ ,

'r..t.' ,. 0,. December 13, 185-1. ] the Senate, vu : ORDERS OF THE DAY. Neel, Parsons, Pope, Rowley, Shine, Speer, Taylor Thomntoa of
.. of Santa Rosa Wall and Wbitehurst .
Levy, Thompson -30.
': :'. Hon. Speaker of ticHouse Bill to be entitled, An Act to empower Malcolm Nicholson, a mi I
: The nominations made by His Excellency the Governor, in his 1{ So the bill was lost. "
M ol his estate
fi of Rrprr.xnrrlicrsI. : nor, to assume the management: own ;
Message of the Oth instant advised and consented II j Mr. Rowley moved that the House adjourn until tomorrow 11
were to. ,
Jordon build
'. authome B. T. to
,? SrIThe Senate has passed the following bills and resolution, !Hill to be entitled, An Act to a
% the Suw.innee Hi'crI1d for other purpose ; and I Senate resolution in relation to the election of certain officers o'clock ,A. M. ;
bridge across
r :
therein named Which motion was lost.
House bill to be entitled An act to restore the force and .Sena4 bill to be entitled, And to repeal An Act ('nliIINIn ; ;
; On motion of Mr. the House until
i Was read; the second time. Speer, adjourned tomorrow,
Hosa and
'. : of the Generall.tof this State, in relation to the migration Act in relation to a Road Tax in the Counties of Santa;
Mr. Dell 10 o'clock A. M.Jflorfoian .
moved that the resolution be ,
: '. : ef f se persons of color into this State ; Dscamhia, so far as it relates to the Comity of Santa: Ko-a 1 1Jr. ; I indefinitely postponed, up-

; .- House bill to be entitled An act to authorize Jackson Lee of Hamilton Hollaman give notice that he would on a f'ttiiie day, ask I ------ .. --_.-.-- -.---.. --- -. -.-- -. -- -

County, to assume the management of his, own estate; leave to introduce a bill for the relief of the citizens of ( lliuc"' ; upon the gross departures from law, so patentin the t The Pensacola Gazette ?i. quite mistaken i in U e r -

House bill to be entitled An act to legitimatize Lucinda Read, and Pursuant to prc\ious, notice, Mr Shi-ie introduced a bill In be on- & $fluntal notice, let the case go by de.cult, and declined to : mark that the Floridian :"most loudly denounced u- i

: : to make her the heir at law of William M. Read of the County of titll'lln Act for tine relief of William R. lIaJ'vmJIlli others ; ...,., crow examine witnesses or to take any testimony f absurd' and ridiculous the idea of running th. Savaa-

Hamilton, Florida ; \'hH.:18 read the first time, and ordered for a second readingon / -- To our minds nothing seems plainer, therefore, than nab Road along by Tallahassee, and thence to Pecsa :

1 I t : A bill for the re'ief of John! B. Anderson; to-niorrow. TALLAHASSEE :: that Judge S. wus not bound, at his peril to take cola. Editorials and contributions constantly and iat

.: '.0 A bill to be entitled An act to allow tho Supreme and Circuit Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Baisden introduced a bill to be I notice of such a bungling and illegal procedure, be variably eulogized the harbor of St. Mark*, and un
', Courts to hold extra terms ; entitled, An Act to amend An Act e'llitledn Act amendatory I. Saturday, December 16, 1851. cause no other right exists to contest at all than that ,derrated in every possible matter the town harbor

: t A bill to be entitled An act in relation to Evidence ; the Fiist Clause of the Sixth Article of tho Constitution of 'his' I :- -= : -__ __ '__ __ -- derived from the statute; consequently Mr. Duncan j and depth of water of Pensacol. and its magnificent ,

A. bill to establish a Ferry at Brown's Ferry in Jackson County ; State ; I tr Jfr. D. le Iu1Jin. Blind Phrenologist informs was not in a position frcm which the law allowed' bay." At the time to which the Gazette refers,commuoicatioos -
A bill to be entitled An act to prevent fraudulent voting ; Which was read the fist time and ordered for a second reading the that will
; ,\ public this day, the 16th of December him to call in question the certificate of the sitting' appeared in this paper, eulogizing St.

: A bill to be entitled An act explanato-y of the several acts in relation on tomorrow.Mr. be the last day which he expects to spend in TallahuMce. member, which was prima facie evidence of hw right Marks," but their scope and spirit were not endonei

t: r::. to the migration of free persons of color into the port of Key Jones of Monroe moved that a Select Committee be appointed AH persons who feel disposed to give him a to the seat editorially. We admitted them as we would any other

\:" ./ ', West ; to ascertain why it is that the House is now paying to the printer I call, will have the opportunity of doing so by calling In conclusion, and "not to put too fine a point upon well written. respectful articles, but that fccf'Ii not

}( "' A bill to consolidate the office of Sheriff and Tax Assessor and elect fifty cents more per page than is paid to said printer by .' at the City h Hotel the matter," as the Sentii.t! would quote. we submit to be taken as evidence that we subscribed to all they

r. Collector of Jackson County ; I the Senate; I that if all these gross violations of the election law said. The Gazfttt u challenged to produce one line
tev.-- A resolution in relation 10 tho payment of the members of the Upon which motion the yeas nnd nays we!e called by Messrs Jonesof : Correction. from
I hail been sanctioned by the Senate when acting in a our pen "underrating the town,harbor and depth
'Board Internal Improvement Monroe and Langford, and were as follows : We accidentally omitted in our brief mention of
.0 i of water of Pentacola and its .*
I judicial I all the laws magnificent t.
Very respectfully I Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. BaiMlcn, Bowers, Brown, Dismuker, >! the Internal Improvement Board last week,the names9mast capacity so carefully pre. J.
; pared I to guard the I eacred right I of franchise and 1 thepurity We are pleaded to find, notwithstanding our Fenta-
,: ,\ D. G. LIVINGSTON, Pennell, Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Monroe, Jones Nassau, .it of Col.J.C. P -lot and Dr. A.S.Baldwin, a*being pres.
t of the ballot box, might I as well be from eola cotemporary seems disposed to make as 01.t
r ,; Secretary l.f the Senate L1&ngford.1, Riviere, Shine, Speer, Thompson of Santa Rosa. sot as members of the Board from the East. It is und'ratond swept
the tat'book. of that town, that tbe few woIu"D
s these I laws -
.. Ordered that the House Bills be enrolled, and the Senate bills and Whitehurst and Z'igler-Hj. {I that the Board will soon conclude their la- preserve we conceive fns ,

Resolution be placed among the orders of the day. Navf-Messrs. Bellamy, Carter, Chaires, Christie, Coombs, }tars, and submit\ their report to the General AfielDtl' was the sworn duty of the Senate, and we some weeks back, urging wxaliatorj s put t-m all
: k it only I charitable and fair to assume that I sections iu framing plans for the application of the
Harris Parsons every
Dewitt. Galbraith
Dell, Dummett Haynes, Pop", bl/.
'I i h.... ORDERS OF THE DAY. Jrrseott[ Rowley, T3Jlor, TlIOnl1'80n of Levy, VanZant nnd'a1l __ member of that body desired to discharge that Funds, to purpose of Internal Improvement
.r ., So far as the majority of the Senate is dutY'ILaod with tbe approbation of the Oattttt We then
; : ., A bill to be entitled An net to repeal the fifth clause of the sixth -in. Errata. j

.. .. article of the Constitution of this State; So the motion was lost I AD error occurred in our last in publishing: the nothink that under the circumstances, they acted with .

t t!.. ., :' Was read the second time, and ordered .to be read a third time Pursuant to previous notice Mr. Dl"wit!, introduced a bill to be i:' tice for the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Florida.i .- the greatest liberality ; for beyond all question, in a I could II Would be done it not, to be better for Florida supposing{ i it .

", :: ; ... on to-morrow. entitled, An Art to authorize Oliver 11 earn to build a Toll Bridge i[The notice as printed reads the "first Mouday in Janu- legal point of view, Mr. Duncan had not taken the Improvement and Swamp exchange Land every within acre bu Internal border !

-t. .: A bill to be entitled An net in relation to Dower; across the Ocilla River ; | ary"-wlu-rea* it should have read the second Monday steps necessary to entitle his claims to consideration. one great railroad trunk, extending from the extreme :

t ; Was read the second: time and referred to the Judiciary Commits Which was read the first time. in January, as that .u the time appointed by the And bad the Democrats been actuated solely 1 by partyspirit East to the extreme Wet with a like road i

V -', .' tee. Mr. Dewitt moved that the rules be waived, to j Permit said bill to I I Grand Lodge.I Papers that may have copied the notice theyeoulu very easily have permitted the sitting point running South into the And Peninsula would and terminating al some .,

r.i ..*./ :/ A bill to be entitled An act concerning the retailing of spirituous je read a second time ; from our columns I will please I publish this correction. member to retain the seat; but so far from doing sent to such a system,aDd oak the e'variooe Ill. Land sections the basis eon- '

:.. \ liquors ; Which motion was lost. what they had the power to do, they decided that be of It' If they were thus to consent, is it not reaeooa-
JI' : Was road the second titrjc, and referred to the Committee on Fi The bill was then ordered to be read a second time on to mor wag not legally elected, because he had not a clearmajority ble to suppose that otnetbmg could and would be ,

ati'i. nance and Public Accounts. Decision in the Hamilton Contested Election of the votes nnu.lent. the matter back to the so dune much toward desire bringing r about the improvements we all !

; : l I row.Mr.. Bowers gave notice that he would on some; future day, ask Casey people who, we trust will not fail to give him a .. With
en.j the latter *
; leave to introduce a bill, making an appropriation out of the Inters The Senate had the matter of Contested Election beclear majority this time should be present himself a part of this paragraph, *ay* the

;f.' *i I.',11 and Turpentine in this State ; Improvement nt Fund for removing obstructions and clearing out tween Judge Stewart, the sitting member and fro W second time as a candidate for their suffrages. been Gazeltr of,the we concur unconditionally,and have erar
: ;'o Which was read the first time and ordered for a second reading East and Yellow Rivers, and 'our Milo Creek, in the County of J.J.Duncan, contestant,np again on Tuesday last antiII I opinion it were better to lijjm&tmtt
: ,;. 1111. Henry A. Wise has been nominated as theDemocratic every acre of the Internal Improvement fond laadbr
4' '1' on tomorrow.A WalNn.Mr. disposed( of it finally and rightfully I u we thiuk, by I Ibe .
r :. .. bill to be entitled An act to empower )1llcolmicholson, aIr Parsons presented petitions from H..1( citizens of Hernando sending it back to the people.I candidate for Governor of Virginia. This I purpose-.1'-- of opening road* through it The W.

... .'. '. minor, to assunjc the management of his own estate ; County, asking the location of the county site of said county, at We notice that the SmtintI differsiith the Senate indicate a 6firing campaign in the Old Dominion road might be constructed from East to West immediately

f' t...' Was read the third tim, and put upon its passage, upon which Bay Port ; as to the propriety. of its decision in this case. and provided the Wiiigs have the nerve to bring out can. J through the State of Florida from Cumberland

.5V; ..;., the vole, was: Which were read and rcfered to a select committee, consisting of pronounces the same "of dangerous precedence I D d I dilate in opposition.1'b' We observe that the Richmond Sound, Amelia Island, on the extreme East to

r. .',.... yeag- Iessrs.Baisden, Brown, Carter: ,ChairesChrkticCoombs, Messrs. Harris, Thompson of Ll'&lId, Baisden. without a parallel in the history of contested elections I Whig in !in e city of Pensacola in the extreme West and both

',' .' Dell, Dismukes, Fennell, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Hoi- The following communication from the Treasurer of this State ," with other similar I sweeping assertions of a like party to lie low,at I least for the present. arc excellent harbor These were the Y\ew.ol Gov.

.,y. laman, Johnston, Jones of Monroe, Jones ofNassauNed, Parsons was received and read : thoughtless character Now we venture to suggestthat Cheering Sign from Kansas- Brown when be was here this autumn and this bond

;."' -' Penn, Pope, PrescottRiviere, Shine, Thompson of Levy, Thompsonof TRI\Sl'REU': Omen, l our neighbor, although he professes to have read The New York Iribune publishes, a* a matter of would cement the different sections of the State bdisaolubly -

of Sartta ROM and Wall-,.7. TALLAIIASSUK:, December 13, 1854. S the evidence, has by no means impartially considered doleful news for the Abolitionists of the North, the and iodi iaib11. Collateral branches might be

i *' Nays-Messrs. Dewijt, Langford and Tayler-3. the whole nubject. The reasons for the action of the election of Gen. J. W. Wbitfield, as delegate to Congees carried from. tbe main trunk into South Florida and
title! stated. To the Hon Speaker of 1Iu House of Rcprcscnlatires : the --I..Ja. of the Everglade, when drained, wonld
.' So the bill passed as Senate, as we understand them, seem to us conclu. from the newly organized Territory of Kansas'more J
; Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. SIK :Accompanying, herewith I send a map of the United sire, and yet they are wholly overlooked by the Sen- The Ti i b ant make extracts from Kansas to I than compensate for the constracticn of road
i entitled An act to authorize B. T. Jordan to build abridge received from the late who informs that it pper into their location. Pensacola, think,
to A hill to he State, Comptroller, me tine!. In the first place, it was manifest from the show that be was the candidate of tbe or len we can
ltl across the Suwannee River and for other purposes: was purchased for the Representative Ha 1.I I.I 1. that the interest and I now afford t b liberal,for, u we said the befio-
evidence return from one precinct ought not rolavery was opposed by R. P. Flen- a
t ? ,: read the third time and put upon its upon which I am repsectfully, Ding, stocks are and the time *'
; Was passage very to have been received by the Judge of Probate, but niken the candidate of the Anti-Slavery party. The \ oa ni. bU seem
&' 1.
1' /"t the vote was: Your obedient Servant, should have been sent back to the to following are the returns : 1'1& approaching I l. AI la.1 vary
f* ycas-Messrs. Baisden, Bowers, Brown, Carter, Chaires, Chris. C. II. AUSTIN, Inptor b warmly met our approaches, we must that
.4 ; the law directs in In
seated as ex Flenniken. cue
:,'V tie, Coombs, Dell, Dismnkri, Fennell, Galbraith, Haddock, Haynes, Treasurer. next place, the Senate ought not pros to have terms nullified th.the Douglas City.... ... .... .... .Wit.. 23 e1. 6 her heart etere in Mobile and not to b e*

HoUaman! Johnston, Jones of Monroe, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Ordered t that the Serg-ant-at-Arms, hang the map, accompanyingsaid statute and allowed witnesses to contradict the poll- Lawrence City,........ 30 maj.Shawnee tac therefrom by any allurement* wt we can
Prescott Rowley.Shine.Taj lor Thomp- ,... .. .. 49 offer
Neel Parsons Penn. Pope, Agency 1 at p
s..y'P. son of, Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa, Wall, Whitehurst aud Zeig- letter, in some pl.ice: in the Representative Hall, convenient for wok and the written ballot Such a principle would Fort D.tnet........ .. 131 maj. .eot._ _ _ _

>. reference. lead to utter uncertainty, rather than to the truth and .. ... .. 450 For the Floridian
D and Journal.
.,,,.' J r31..J'INonEi.. The following report was received and read : certainty which the Law requires. The law specifying 1 Precinct, ne.. ........ 110 n. To tai HoK.M.A.LONO : *
'V-; Enro'le.l!' Bills l leave This is cheering sign, it shows that, notwith.standing .
to a
=Jai r title slated.I The Committee on beg report the following one kind of evidence, the Inspectors and Canvassers a Sir In former
+ tti So said bill passed, as a I t&*
bills as correctly enrolled : could not in dispensing with that law and the prodigious efforts of the Northern emutin .u
Ordered' that the same be certified to the Senate. b justified that it was impracticable to sustain a Central
{ i' be entitled t An net to restore the force and of calico, Kansas to ally herself in
A bill to be entitled An act to amend an act to provide for the A bill to operation listening to evidenceof a totally different kind. The promises Seminary or College, to be located West of tar
", General Laws of this State in relation to tho of free fate with the Southern States.
the migration
8 1848 frail of partisan witnesses, long after the
a : '' pnynlent of Jurors and State Witnesses, approved January ; memory Suwannee River, in such a manner aa to 'JII'Od-
.,. t the House resolved of color into this State ; election, surely not to be relied to contra '
and motion its persons ought
the second on upon
Was read au'horizo Jacksno Foaaia' .a.Th Bible affords u* about u good benefit commensurate with the pecuniary mesa *M
of the Whole for tho consideration of A bill to be entitled An act to Lee, of Hamilton diet written evidence made at the time of the elec
5 t: ul Itself into a Committee the of his lessous morality as the mushroom Solomon of our be employed in its establishment, or u would .
the Chair. County, to assume management own estate ; tion. If that be allowable the door l i is thrown
'I.' r. laid bill Mr. Shine in A bill to be entitled An act tor thu relief of Watson W. Lcggett ; open day. In Leviticus 19th chapter, 83d and 34th verses, to give character to tbe State. I did not attempt Ito
in consideration thereof, the Committee unending ntbefore the Legislature s for what
:; f" Aft.er'omo time spent A bill to be entitled An act to l legitimatize Lucinda Read and to ; we find the following directions on the proper treat demonstrate this position >by argument,for.*W..
and asked: leave ,
: bit
o is to hinder voters from those whore the
eim chairiaan reported precincts
., rose, and by its progress make her the heir at law of Willi nn M. Read, of tho County of melt of foreigners' : sons: first,because I deemed.that U wooUs*****
in Die habit the ballot
: f t.t again ; Hamilton. Inspectors are of numbering to "If a ttranqfr sojourn with tbee in your land yt a work of supererogation{ *o to have dsss f J6"_
ib Which report was received, and leave granted. Respectfully submitted' correspond with the number on the poll-book..from spa/nol vex him; but the stranger that dwelleth ODdly, because of the want of epaos in i#enss '
be entitled An act to repeal an act entitled An acti" coming forward in close contests influenced thereto witb shall be unto born
r : Senate bill to J. t. BAISDEN you you at out among you, tion of that kind. I was content to gift 8in\1a
; in relation to a Road Tax in the Counties of Santa Rosa and Es. by persuasion or some other meant, and changing the and thou shalt love him as thyself, for ye were suanr. be
Chairman.Mr. of the data which **jM
the argument
in the land of I the Lord upon
relates to the County of Santa Rosa ; result gen Egypt. am your
,.. cambia, io far aa by that they intended to vote very abMj
Was read a second time, and the rule being waived, read a tlurdI' Taylor, from tho Committee on Corporations, to whom was differently fromawesweaswearing what appears I I.boo k and The Know Nothings think, remarks the Richmond rested, and to leave it to your acknowledged '

1 : t t time bI1u title, and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : referred a bill to be entitled An net to amend tho act incorporatingthe their ballots I Surely, the matteron i thetoo clear for ar Enquirer they can patch up something better than to Tbe demonstrate impracticability the result of the scheme having b o

.'I'k a Yei ICI"" Baladen, Bowers, BrownCarter, Chair, Coombs, city of Augustine, repotted the same back to the House with ilia meut And the Sentinel overlook another impor I this. assumed, I promised to make Mine aua-tioat.* -:

Dell..ea Dwmukes, Dummett, Fennell, Galbraith, Harru, out amendment, and recommended its passage ; tant feature iu this The contest of Mr. Duncan
: Dewitt, ease. Benun T
South bed
r The Tampa Herald invites emigration to the next manner of.disposing of ear
Hollaman Johnston, Jones of Monroe, Jones of Nassau, Which report was received, and the bill placed among the orders shown Senator "
by Provence illegally
j HatneiT, U Will clearly Will fuode.
there is to be University
Florida no danger apprehended or
I Shine ay
Penn, Pope, Presscott, Rowley, of the day.
:' .. Wall Wtifehoitt and received from his kwtituted, in express violation of law. This from Indiw.hostilities. and close thus:-" We are In the erection of aa edifice, tbe list law,to be oV
Rosa Zeigler1. The
&ornpwn following was the
of Santa message EjxceUency
T: Governor OlefaKty consisted in tbe fact that the notice by Mr anxious that our country should be settled and we erased m that of sfwawfrv/ able nofaW*.**h

,. NTay.None. stAud.orderaod ; Duooao wu dated one day beartA* 'reland knowao reason why we should not encourage all the gnUmVatioQ of taste,bat a/prwnotive,of*tremftb

80 the bill passed, title &I certified to the Stnate. EXECUTIVE CIIAXBRB l was sent to Judge Stewart some weeks before it was who desire to move to the pleaaaatett climate, and and dmaWnty.std a proper aiptatfaa to the sM'

+.', that di lame be An act to amend an act in relation to TALLAHASSEK, December 12th, 1854. S legally ascertained that be was elected-whereas, the healthiest country in the world-where the uniform! eo.te pJakd. What would be that of le alflg!

4)4j. Senate bift D' be entitled Welt To the lIon. Speaker of the law only allows a coateet to be eomoMoced or Instituted ty and beauty of our tropical clime make the mo J of an architect who haTiog twee ,engaged', ,

r $ l'nDfti-e., .tbs. Port of KeJ Jlouceof Representative : after the final eanvaM ,of the vote by the Secretary affectionate win.-the finest children-the blackest the plan of a public .-* ebofth,Ibr,iost11'. '

t' 1' 'WAs rend a second tJm. waived to Thos. Shea of State. Again-the notice of Duncan the fattest deer turkeys ducks and other should praeal yes with a beaoliful abeet of Teibt e
that be rules be permit I nominate David Stow
moved gIB :- respectfully Benjamin Sena
.. Jon.' or Monroe, posed to contest the'eleetioo in the Tents of No. Mttis d a.
V} C'. -, s'tbird tltne Ii Lucas Daniel Pratt and Robert Myers, as Auctioneers, in and Mirminto-the greatest quantity 1 fish-the having upon ito Wr aad aroootk sstfiBet t _
tb+ Bill'to be re td Franklin District which is_represented by our worthy and venerable most, delicious oyster that any country can ,boast o( feat sabst.at+s1 aeslM.t.atmeottl.d. b7.1f1111
for the ; .
"s '" ibVf'r ( 'motion. wu ordlret I lost lberea d a third .tiaie on to.morrow.tjf N. Baker County, A. R. 'lItDtler, J. Mjlligjiii" Harry Swain, B. L. Tur. friend Capt Bird-whereas, Hamilton is the Then eone and find a settlement' just to year liking m did.J.ete"i or towering*.tiit> r' torn would eefet
he kilt ,'as Chen' ? ,1 I 7VfIft", Btaatorial,DUtrkt Judj SUwart;Tetymj g ,ie+nit eibel+. l taio 11". (hat \. nosh tt n. rte; !5.i.

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;; j k aii1tatir1 *Mring h ooe of OBITTJAET.Died FALL 1IB WINTER WrMTATMROF to Notice.A -. i: .

vbere jj U irperled that in .4
ffctv SUtea, daya of on the 4th SosL, at the residence of her fa thrr RICH, FANCY AND 8TAPLX DRY GOODS, LL penoM. editors, legatee entitled to diitfT HANE'MkTCK' .

,1 ibi Mtire omtft of a Jrweir* bandy"eon-* in Jefferaon eonnty, Mina MARGARET K, ..Ideet.daogbtr "At the Lsd1 EflOHth !" John ri button Johnson or otherwise interested in the Estate ,of TUST rrrrireit anil rimrtanHy nnmhifja' incwJ : NE! oRE.? .
rf and eUn Cellar.* fete of Jefferson Onmtr. Florida
a yir per A* in of k dec aonmeut of Saddles, Bridle and Martiig.i.nf all .
Gxn. aabeeribera
Win. BaiUy in the tweotyMTcothyearof rpUE are How rfMipt heavy s eased, are hrebr .
notified to exhibit their cb im and
U .
It b kinds
tnora Tniukaof Truo-
ichIIadaIls any systent-the law JL of ; every deecriplton; )(
hera Fall and Wwtet tokpofUdoM Foniga and demaada wiQAj two .
( rears from Uii date to William -
( ynunetry swt be observed. WitW a proper For several Ameriean Fancy md 8tapk Dry Oeoda, eaafliidm Bo H My apriL ..t uqdioiln. .w th. mine wilt hi'I mmga. Axlea aoJ Sfringa, Hubhp. Caniafce Dire. A'DflYWES .
7etl! utaltehad been waited with Bolt* from ii to 7 inches Ino<; String leather. Calf it
V of thte taw,there an U tto beavty strength tbe moat denraUe aMortirent ever offered in this market haired; lad all persons indebted tu the said deeeaed.an "4 ><'!
continued fll Imlth from pulmonary disease and They were aekwted from the latest Pall and Lining Skica, Befido SoU-e, with a few More t'fboeeWbip.kftjet "t
App the foregoing illustration very requested to make pnya nt to said who '
gray. ) ag my agent t l
r though her life-waa frequently eodangered, and her and Winter importations, and purchrted audit Uie 'u fulry-atrtborbed to sMile the said eatate. h vt. ti'
t oor; Aaoratiaoal'T$ tni. yo> vill] be reminded that.W great depression of price in the Xaateni CHiea,daring All oldie above for tale cLeab a* tbe times will ;
unWing* t f JAMES HIKES
gr yet be or* them with uncommon Qualified ExY. admit D. K HULL. .
I U U food in tbe monifiU tbe month of Auguat. September mod October, in Dee. 16.1854. $
fortitnde and preserved tbroogbotit a fcbeerful, and of which we can ooer such indneemenU sraRice. December 2. 1864. 48 Am
e aatabliakmcnt cooaeapenee
O.I' and
d eupportSobocVabd oootcoded *1ew of her endowed that who wish _I_ aat. ai *5 cE I ;
spirit a z war* ao all gooda will purchase forthwith.To _
TTnrf mtiea"no } Per Bar MT LIeweiii lace. sod 1e .Othsns, .d
d 'Ou prorm each p Ap."IIM
dealers time .
bnyen rmrntnal
or on ,
eminently with all the rhinos that adorn the cbaraeter. we '
a I.eaatatnpiated fw tLe wpjmit of cffoVwiiVt." would say, that we can How offer yon any style of /'4 1 ?rine Rice to arrive per Barqne J A COXES Tobacco, for bale t low. s-nd Penasea.esfling Ii. -
and qualify for a fateful lifn. Left by the death ZJ.: J. W. Dyer from Charleston For sale irr 14:11 2';thofesebu'ustth, ko I
fro10 ti* ".basement" to the "dome" Is too goods in our line, far cheaper than yon have ever seen : BERRY A ROWLES. '
tfti hap with of her mother, hi clmrge, for some time, of a large them before ; and,to prove this to your own satisfaction McNAUGUT & ORMONb. December t. IBM. 48 [Sentinel. *3d of each mootaTW rttire i--- ,

..,&ia lo WBport twr totm of "aytnmtlry; and complicated household, she discharged the duties we only ask yon lo give oar stock a thorough ex- Nsw .Pprt. HOT. Dec 9, 1854. 49 lUwner JASPER, ,- rm !I. -

PJJ py prspoaitien,while it nay aacrin'ce fcn aPt vpP innJent t-> such a nmioation. and if you do not agree with IM, then we I # Seed Oats. Town Lots for Sale. i unuecdtitS with tbe Pawp t v .Wr1'.g( : .
h most be admitted will ponsibility.jwith an energy, prudeucc will the forfeit do a t Cedar keys nd Taaips,) '4kg .
uot fail lo give pay Come and see. We not 18ft in the original plan of il* City of Talhv Pu.
and forethought that would hare been credible BU3HELS Seed Oats TOT ____ ,
the charge for xhowmg 9r just received and sengers from the Pamperb kt s' lils, (s.
ps te eyattra.olging goods. vt, for sale situated on the corner of Adam*ami Clinton
in to the ripest years"and the maturest judgment Our clock consists m part of by Streets sod due south of thai L'tilon Bank is noW ecssibtc andioriiM In tlU St. Maria .) :
fmt comments!, I will no* McNAUGHT A ORMOND. Both steamers Have fine _. .uJ .
Her manners unaffectedly and ('ffere.l nt safe. The this lot with of' P.I
polite obliging, Rich Silk Dress G.o4s. New private building" on
tbe rcault of Port, Fla, Dec. 9, 1854. 49 f..I the Loth '
ii grr. yon, anxiou trarellintf poUit
my nrry some little be handsome ps .
made to
and secured far her the good will of all with whom Rich Plaid Silks Rich Brocade Silks, may pay a d jtia. ,--
this .
,.(object I propose that the n"md Notice. profit >n the purchase money, and for building purposes -
she associated Of kind ind 44 Watered .
For further
a compassionate dip. Striped do. ao. there is particulars, atul atraawMs w :
be not Lot the &ty of
itIvitI appropriated to the # AcaoVmi! of a high grade throughout'' Solid Ashes of Roses Silver Grey Silks, r of the estate of Elieha McDaniel, deceased DANIEL LADDAg.mt ? -
( for her the I). "W.
s2 Cowtics, and that the idea of establishing procured grateful blessinjp ofiho l) Embroidered S.Iks. BlTc Brocade do. l late of Leon County, will present his final account and Xovember23, 1884. GWYKX Agent New Port, Nor.4, 1854. 44 .
jv whose necewiiles she had telieved. She was a model' Bl'kGnwde Rhine do. Oros De Naples, vouchers, and ask to be discharged.HJNTON 6w 67
r ohe Central ; I 1w' 5
rt7; Seminary abandoned
4' | of filial affection, n tender sister, and a warm and Poult tie S.d do. Ccl'd Poult deSoi, J. SAUNDERS Adtn'r. House and Lot at Auction. Copartners nip Notlbe& -
Jft&t tetra "encouragement' as significant of my Ia White and Pink Satin, China Plaid Silks, December 9, 1845. 46 Cm v i
frimd. Hating lired a cbris itin. in her hist ? .
generou pilE bnder4thl bobjrit the CaetTlor
fffln, for I by no means desire to see that fund j Marccllme it Florence, Solid 4 Plain Apron, ; %7ILL be sold at Auction on M.tfd.y the having .
npppriated moments she obtained a rhri lian tiiuroph. meeting Strayed. V first of _L merly occupied by Jod. Whit, at CeotrrriBe,
day January next, that desirable
to the raFc&Z.smrt of these institutions Worsted Dress Goods. '
I death I with calmness and resignation, and from House and Lot FV rUa, will uiiiue: the hounds ondet U* OMMI
enjViin: n the plantation of Col. R, R. "Wil on McCarthy street,owned by 8 S.
jit proposal is this: that the iutcrest of the fund be J full nscurance of a blissful itnraoitiility. L. I I'ich Plain Mousselains, Rich Plaid Mous..ehiias. STRAYED miles cast of Tallalwis, between JC nizhit. Esq. The House i is new and contains 5 large !and style s.f Byrd &. Combs wL re they art now offering ..

initially] distributed amongst tbe several Counties, in Figured |o.Mousselain Painted do. tlie let and 7th inst, three mules, one a Hrel. finished rooms and two unfinished. t the present stock at a reduced price. .We solicit -. .

1 Ox ratio of the voting population of each County and ; Died, at her residence in Gad-nlcn Count*r, Fla. a. Robe Do 44 Cashmere Robe DeChamlicr. black. the other a cream or dun color. They are one supP' a- I Alsii at the same time the l bit adjoining en theist I the uatrcnage of ties fortlier i-Uitoro and other

22nd. 1S64, iu the 68 of her Mis tCXtobor Chambers. 'sed to be some where between HioWvillp and M-Ic Terms, one half f cash, brlimcMu twelvS Y'
UtAO portion of such diatribution shall be \ year nge. .
ever op Plain and Plaid Ca bmcrcs 44 Painted C.ishmeres, .
Albany, Ga. Any iufuiinatinn in .ird month*, with interest from tate.! .
rc to the above
pled; to the erection of the academic luildi'.ff! *, but JANE LOVE SMITH, widow (..f the late Archibald 44 French do. described mult s will be thonkfullr rece'ved. BERRY i ROWLES, Auctioneers. _Ccntuetilie.Octaber it, 18&4. $m. 41 ,'

tIt tie aanw shall be appropriated exclusively to the Smith, Jr.Although. French Merinos, English do. J" U. WILLIAMS. Nov. 25, 1R34. Sent copy 47 Tail Tar !11FOR :
cJ the talnrtet we feel c-nofident that to her death was English do. German . C r Albitny Patriot will p'.euae twice and .
of the teachers c-py
)pfiyinsbl respective the of exis'ence of uncndini German rlo 44 Cashmere DcEx> fiee, forward bill t') this office.Pecembtr !D. II. Aiia sale, any quantity of Tar.m* bytb.PIImt
but entrance '
gate in an -
To oot the details of this I would hnreow up Tartan PIaid Sup'r Black Mousselains '
tarry system. 8, 1834.;; 2wr 49 Tbia IV being eotuel free urvsuy .. -
joys, f till her loss is felt nF n sore berenvement to bl'k mhnune. a' Eng. Merino TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA,
Sapeifini; ,
Aeadwny incorporated for each County, tj bo gnt, diwt, etciith, very best In use foq"eeini. f- .
1 located at the County Seat, or at such thcr eligible ber children% and brothers, and is sincerely lamented Fr'h Meriivi. Silk A'paecas, A NDREW FEMALE COLLEGE.CUTIIBERT. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In gl McAUiI1t&ORtND.

l bv a huge cir'-le of fiu-nd*. who: inmnn bt-r l hn-r rt and 44 Gernnn (l0. JMicses Worsted Hobes. GA DRUGS AND MEDICINES. New Tort, October 28,1851. 43 S
the citictuis of the de
position at County might '5gnate. Ladies' Woisted Robes. J _

I would% also have it distinctly stipulated, trmt noCoonty i will er clH'rihh a fond iec lk''i! tv of other "Vortcal l GOO!R for Ladies T lIE\ next e"snn; cit t!: il1 .pcn ofi'e'lnstlay "I-L'ST rec ,ix ir'T"! ? Aa F'tsh."a fresh sunft Carriages, Buggies, and flaihebS, -

WM to be entitled to nny participation in the 3Its es and Chif'lren's dree*. which must be seen tl the lt of J.muarr, n 5. On that ply of Inigt and Medk-mes, Paints, Oils, Varnish For Sale If P B. Brekiw,

food, until it bad been made to appear to the (lover- Smith had been (V constant resident of the i in ordei to be a1,1)rreiated.] as we can give but a lint F-l : TIIECOIINER STONE ',t the Ncw C"hlcre Cs. Putty and Glass Ware-a general assortmeut of .

i ;)lace uo1 vIic1, flic bieathtd IKT lt t tr the long idea i of thdr real richness itnibeanty 1 iu this short a nor that a durable edifice had been creeled by the by the Mafonie unde'r Urge supply of CarriageaBngHantcM .
j period of thirty-thiee y'atF, and for the last thirty- vertHement. Fraternity, ) the direction of Also Fiats S mps, Fine Tooth and Huir Brushes) Luiii's q .
Tolaatary contribution of the citizens, which should Dfrjly Grand Master Hot-] An 'riate ad.lre s-nd which hi nss Soc ;
app br Extract and
seven ? of her life mix<>nip'ary inenibcr of the Lace Goods. will l 1a delivered I a variety of Fancy Articles.
yeai bv Rev. eale the mni.t reasonable terms:
ftfiord ample necom modalofis! for the cxera' s of nil Alexander Means, D D Planters and Physicians will final l ut this on
PresUteiiun) Chunh,. She tln Medallion Collaietts Cuemizelts Pres. of Emory College. always November 1854. 48 '
Jtcademy of the )highest grade.Tttls : was mother of ten Maltese Lace an'I!I All the officers and mem'hers I establishment a full supply cf every thing needed, and __ 18. -- .
1 iiJ Juu htcr. Kite- aui the lune Underfleeves.Honilnn of the Maonie Lol<:ps generally, and the %. ,
latter stipulation deem not only' just and : IIo < 4'L.t' ious public on the most liberal terms. : i.
renwbtble Cabinet Furniture.HE .
Chemizetts at large are
Collaretts and tJndersleeres. respectfully incited
Surplice to
but ensentfal to t tie attainment of the ol>jcct 1: ter now ur\i\e to mourn her lass, n-.t boweerthoFc FArciTT attend. Orders from the Country promptly filled and sat;
( ootempbit It it just and reasiinablo in this that without hope, for she has given full assurance. Rich Embroidered Muslin Collaretts, Chomizetts and Aucrrrs AI.DIS, A. M.ion, Prcs. and Prof of En?. quality.isfaction guaranteed l'hysiciaua'prescuiptious, with regard both carefully to prices com aiid

any community whieh woulJ refuse to comply Tihtbu I' tn her children and frieu'U, that death hia no tenors Undersleoves. Lit. and Anc. Langn ges. p ounded. 1

eon&ition, would by their) refusal or neglect exhiWt for her, and that obe was ready and willing to die Rich 44 Embroidered 4< Muslin" Under Chernizett.a' leeres. (sepnrafe.- ) Science.REV.REV..F. X. FoatiTEii, A. 3L, Trof. Math and Xat. Al-o, EPPIXO'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT r Subscriber ia Mautifartorh)* and Receiving.an1 .

suA whenever it bhould pl ase her Heavenly Father to OF BUCHU. ._J.. will keep conatanUr <>H hand. K pbd.Meortment -
to tbe iutcnst J. H.
) a dincpird of Education, asto 41 U Coll.iM and Collaretts da CAIDWILL, A. M, Prof. Ment and Mor. Naivember 11, ISM. 45 CABINKT FURS ITU KE, cunwting paltof '

mike them MI larIHfe depository f fur the ndminintraUon call her hence U Habits. Science. tle! followJLg Article: hr

of so aacoed a fund. And it is of the lust im. Her last and parting command was, J/y (Zen?' 44, Applique Sprigs and Jnsertiiijr.a Pnor. B. R. LIGVCHKT. Prin. Music Depf. A. B CLARKE DRESSING BUl'.EACS.Bose: OOJPLhOIUy; p

to the MICCC of the that the fund chilJrrn, be eeer kind and lovr ittie antilkfr., ? flii Black Embr'd Crape Collars (for mourning) Miss Ann E. Ulen. Piia Primary" Dept. and Instructre's and Walnut with Marble SUbs. :
pittance ay.tcm. Plain White Muslin Mourning Collars, ChemizetU and I in Botany and French. MERCHANT TAILOR PLAIN BUREAU Hat anr \V lnot and B. .
was given but u fchnit lime before lie lost her ) y:
be dtiibute'i. be Mr-. E. T. Caldwell .
to appropriated exclusively to the Sleeve Oniameutol
Dept, As-sist in
SIDE-BOARDS. Mahogany, Walnut and Bay _
1c.if.I. be to her itches. O.JST Primarv ix AND
of Ibe and Department. I
psymtut mlarirt of the teachers. Black Cngli Crape Habits Sleeves.Encliih with and without Marble SlabCENTRE -. ,
In my neit, I will 'ndearor to 6Ufct such ica ; 'The c-rtittnel will pltase copy. Thread Yalencienue Honiton, Maltese The Department of Music. nnJcr the able Control ( ENTLEMEx's FURNISHING GOODS. TABLES. Ruse Wdod.iLAofmij aodBar.

Himpurc, Maline, Regency, Worsted and Cotton of Ljjfm ki. offers, we think rare inducements to those OW receiving at the* Well known old stand formerly with Marble Slabs. '. ,
.Otis for this ii.-T.mte japproprintion, as hail demon- Died near T8llaha se. on the I 16th OcfoU-r l las in Laces. wwliing their '!anehters and wards .. Iucate l in tiajia i .1' occupied by Clarke A Stillman, a general blNiNGTAULES.Mtlinganv.Wa1nutaId&y., t

tuts tie MUtxincM of the proposition. t the truth veiir of her 113*. JULIA ELIZABETH, on- Black Silk and Brussels La'1'** and Inserting!. science. His wirpy| ] extended reputition .is a Teacher a riment Superior Ready Made Clothing Furnishing WORK TABLES. ILhugariy. WiTnut led B y.Mahngany ... :

CITIZEN i 1 lv child (.f Wilev and Elizabeth A. Smith. Whi'e Blondo Liee Silk Thules (in all colors.) of Munic. renders any recommendation unntesi'U g 5t0d5, role '

, She was a gentle, interesting htt'c! girl, the pridenail Snperi'rtR4 French and Tarlatan Miulins, in pirt ad' the following articles : ]l Stands. Looking Glasses, 8-dan; Tete-a-tete Foot .
Later from Europe- 44 6-4 Embronleml Swiss rnAnr.Es rita RE.VMOX OF rrri jio.xrns. Fine Block Dress Frock Coats Stooht. MaV iiry Rocking ChnirVWalriut i aod Maple r,

; i \\Mpt f find paieots, whose hearts are with her Rpanirleil lAce Dresses, (for pnrtieiO Primary Department, |io 44 Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and Cane ,hack dm. C/tlb ifeltjM Wood **; Maasg i .

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP UNION j reiiiiiiiis in the cr>ld grout) 1. But sle will live aga
iu mr.iif-ions of bliss beyond the boundari cf time Silk La v Nett.Jaconet anal Nainsook Muslin Music no Piano, 20 Fancy Cns irnere do. du. dcr. Wash Stand* with Marble 8l oV, Miaginy do. Walnut ..
t'1cP. z-z-; Revantopul Hold Out R'in- Jneonct Edgings and Use of Piano, 5 44 Back and Colored Cloth Overcoats
Inserting. Duck
Hay aod P.-cIar.do.; Mabocmiy ,
f-r ll.e a. lLor of ]life hnn' utii'l, Suffer the little childn .
dc. Swiss '- 44 French. .'; u Black D ,kin Pant"
j .
fvrcimtntf, >* WalniitanJ Jay !*; jUjWiiaj.Bigh p-it.Bedete. k;
n ta come unto me and forbid them not, for of such 44 lufanta Emlimidered Drc' >8. Drawing anti Paint Ine. 15 -* Fancy and Col'd Casnimere Pants, Mahoganv Frenfli d's W.ilnut Uott g KBaT, Ckerrr.au ,. ,. J-

YOUK Dec. 0. ib thC kingdom of Hravru.1 With a great rariety of other jroodi under this Incidental erpnee. Stationery,Fuel, et<., 1 50 Black and Fancy Silk Vests, J .Poj>?arUh aji4 low post Ua; MaMgany .. S .

TL fi' Am '1i5p UiiK-n with Hre dates to the 23d j hnad. that we cannot enumerate in thi limited memorauda. Board per month. 10 Fancy Velvet ilo. Parlor Chairs, Cane a>i>i Ittu-li Cottage dtt, OOea do; i

tlt, hkK ?.1r %ed. Her advices are iiitereting. though j Ancient Lung taught without extra chnrpe. do. Cass. do. CahmereVh'te '. Cane seat lung do.,CiulJfeti J< Common Cane and

f no rrrv great importance i iC I STATE OF FLORIDA. Cloaks, Talmas. Mantilla Shawls Ac. Board can l be obtained in several private imilies t 1 \ Mareailles do. D. B. Wood Seat do.; Mahogany Veneering, Hair Ootk .

ttou i dull in the IJverpfx.l n.fiiktt, wi i h 1-ft rle.rVne I It in the town ns well M the Institution under the control ALSO- and Wire Cloth. '

at the cl% 'se. Sal*** f .r three dais reached A ben'itiful variety of Cloth. Velvet and Silk of| on e of the Fac'iltr. A portion of th<> College All of which will be sold!low ia1 f C- ob. FnnutoM a '

ItJfinO bile*, of which 4OO< were Uk u bwu 4'a Ioitl, Mantillas and T.ilrns Also a huudsome Edifice Will be ready for u'e by the commencement A fine assortment of Shirts, Collars, CraraU. BL'iclc.re at abort notice. GEO. DAMON.

litors anl cxr> rtrs. Manchester trnd hasdeclitud1lightly. .f Slnwls, from CS c< n's tr *25. o'f the next s-nion. White and Colored, Kid and Silk GloVes. self' adjusting I Octi.bcrl. 1354. ilw 4Z Ii.
\ IT/IIEREAS. a racaev! txis-ts iu the Twelfth SenI
i Stocks. Cotton and Merino Under-shirt Jeans,
Flonr i ii> with) Br .r Vr ..f Fnonltr. F. X. FORSTER. SCistLbfrt.
quiet, prices fa roring binirs ae'v.
nt'iiinl Di-tiict ofthif I Sttt( occasioned Hosiery Glores. Le. if -
I by an
% Drawers. Drown. ,Cotton. god LIsle Thread 1Ilooe.
Buitiinnre brands closed at Wheat i is Drc. 9. 185L 4f. Fancy
44t' iowa 4t I For RiiI
: 'rikr| Semite commciiicated th
of the U Executive "io
nnd Colored C'liinbric Handkerehi all) ;
closed Com A trront variety of Lades' Black nn-l White) Cftr.n ?- White ft. ..
rite ut 13s. mixed,44s.
Bellow, 45 ,
; ? i IWffuber IStli Now. Election
; ,
: IIIKULFORE, nu t"I t Worked. Silk. Fr."ioh and of which offered to the on reasonwIJ"termsnnd '
Sp-iti art public
vhitc, 46p. j En1iiah Silk Admistrator's SaleiOX the first J.imnry next a tract of Indoo t&* .
Consols bad adrnnccd to 91! 24, The I cupply said \;acancy ir hereby ordered to take plac- H".e. Al-o n henrr st n-k nf MU e rnd n-iMren's warranted as good as oCFured io this Market 'Chattnlvxichee Hirer, containing sbe4kbruIaertsthaucxeeIientL'ndmg.atp"Ju.oeea| .
insrket ju uncljanged. mono" : in, full Di'tiiot., 0:1 Suttiday the 20th Jaj of DeccmJ A wirted IIo ien. Ladies" and Mi"**.*' Kid. Silk. Cathinero Monday, the fir-t day of January, will be sold I C all and examine, (1 ; .4

The r ciflc anived out on ')h > 22 I ; the Wa-hing j J |tnr iti-tant. an 1 hilt rituris thuc if IK made by the and Lnco Olore'. in srrent variMv.Honsckerpln aiiftion. Xovemer 4, ISSt. 44.Coroner's pied by the Meisfs, HoJ m and formerly kn.waa lKemps ,.
jictin? Ju-Jje of Probate fv/r Hamilton the 1
County a. Likely Negro Man. Field Hand ?
ton Kingara on 19th. TJxCt.n.ird,, Lnmling. :
stcaim-hip j law uirecK ? Goods, &r., &c.
ArnUii. brl' igmg to she .NVw Tusk line haw ki-t July 1.18.n.29AMERIC1K
into Oorerfimcnt service f ij'talen (iiven under my bond arid tl>e great Seal f 4. 10-4. 1S-4 Bleached) Linen Sh >etii.g.P.4.S4. 1 Likely NVsrro Woman, aced about 30 vears. wither __ -. S
) to the seat of >r in the the purpce of eon-| J{L. S.] .ftie! State, at the Capitol, this 13th day 104.( 12-4 u Ciit'on '. h 3 children, bc-longtg! ; to the estate of John Judge RUTH HALL ARTISTS1 tjSl0I'T'flE ;
rejing troorts war Uiet.
Onlv .
December, A.I I). 1851. S-4.t tS 7.3, 4.4. 5-4 Shirting. I ICCPIISI'L A WORK which, says an able critic who baa icOn ,
one steamship ill nm on the Ii f-t..ii ]hue for the riiii i '
< \ JAMES E. BKOOME. 5 4. e-4 BlchM Linen nail Cotton Pillow Case Goods. Terms mad* known on Jar of sale. JL\. the pro"f sbeeis. "not only exceeds anything AXUIIUN AKTrsT Usio would rpeetfuITv .PI S

tfr. The steamships belonging to the C .lliua hue ) Goirrnor.By t 4 Superior Iri h Linon. BERRY & ROWLES. Auctioneers. 'i which Fanny Fern has heretofore wrihn but anooouce to the citizen of the L'ttZIdStSLII and
will herer.fter tJe their whichth
Ic'tnbardment tUjiarJuic n Fatiinlin K J ] the Govein >r-Attest: q-4. 94. 10 4. 11-1 BVh'd! Damask Table Linens. Dwemlxr 2, 1854. 43 i;in many re p sts surpaRscs.anv otber!, work e Canndas ttat !r..r tlie purpi e of cuUi'vatinr ata te .
The of Sasti ,
>|iol is withj j F. L. Yiu.rrieuE.Sicie'a'y. S.4, 94 104? BroTrn 4f 4Crai will to published on SATURDAY, December 11. f for; the Bee afti througltoht t the 'country, sad witb a .5 J:

wit success. Reinforcements for the Allied forces j jnmtinue r fSlair.PC'ember > h. Birdeve and IlucknUiok Toweling. Notice. Price SI.25. view of ctmtllng every family to become poenetsdofa .

4 to arrive rapiJly. I'rcparati'-ns fr a 1f ni ral, j jMtult l'' l54. 5'i' 2w Superior English Cr *h for Ten TowsIs.'a MASON BROTHERS. New York gallery cf engraVings, by '' :
were crimplcte, and indebted to the estate of
wt-rc Allen
nily aHaitaig the persona Har-
Snow Prop D.maf>k Napkins and Dovlie ALL December 2, 1854. 48 3t TIl1F1tSTAltTIS'TSOFTUEAGZhey ;
rpected teinforcemtnts. which were jxiuiing iu at the For Sale late of Mitri| on Cotnty.dec'L requested .
Cheap. Ttr.ra4lir with n creut tarietr of Fi i'nt'i. Fngli)p ; T have determined, in order to create aa extensive .
TRt* of a tln% u'nnd rvr day. to come forward and make anal th' liav.
and American Prints and O nttbavr*. Bed i iw'dths pnuncnt. >s || ]From A'ew Orleans. per Him R Pet Its, arid thus .
The Rnf inus wire alw being largely miif-rccd. 4 NEW SILVER MOUNLLD POCKCT UI> Tickinsr* iii f r ing i demands against said estate will present Utt.m duly sale 6>r tbefr Eiigratlhgs. not only give '
V VOLOER with Flahk Mould Ac : a ll and qnliIi.s. Worsted IJner. Canton Flannels CASKS Bacon Sides to nuthbet"Jf ortuta and others
The Eugti Government h.-ne rilled"m the militia Eiijure at a eoticated to the undersigned within the time >re-1 1 f\ employment a. large ,
fnr volunteer*, tlien by $Sndicating their tictci uiiimtion t! is OlTce.Dtccruter. Whito and R'd Flannels real Gauze and Welch I scribed by law or they will !he Iwrred. J j IA/ 5 Casks Shoulders, but inspire anuifig our emin'trvir.rn' Urte far work

to carry en a inter campaign.The'official 16. isi.; 00 2w Flannels ; M"de. Scarlet and Blue Moreen Damask, *SILAS F. HARDIE. AdniV. f 3 do Hams, of art* to present t<>the purchi rS of their eigravingu. 0 cc

details of the battle of the 5th show Donutie and Spotted Flannels fm chil'ln-n and ladies'a'kt. December 9. 1 Ml. .49 -It 20 Barrels Mess Pwk. ihcn SSu.OOO of which are sola..CCO '

tk. English !<* t ha\c been four gcuerals and !Afffrocs at Anction.X with a rerr l re uwrtnuMit of MenV. Lndies. S Tierce* Sugar Cured Hams, ; GIFfS OF;' TilE ACtUil tJST 9F sie.

tbree other itTh'erkit1..d l; ninety-eix 'flicu* fifty1, 0 Monday, Januaiy 1t, IfeSS, will b* sold at Miscs'. B"vg" and, Chihl's; SlK>es. Boots and Gaiters:; Master in Chancery's Sale.BY 3 44 Prime Lap', Each purchaser of a one tlollar engraving,therefore; f
nil of which will l e sold at such to cash Beef. .
prices Smoked
apd two tho'uaud three bwidVfd awl! tifiy |>ijvate9 Auctitin before the C .urt llene d.or--- > Buyers 1 receives iv>t only an engraving richly worth th* money. .
punctual time doaVrs. ns will inducp them 'a irtue of a Decree in rendcrpil BERRY ,1 c ROWLES.DefemVr .
or to'iUT. Chancery,
HIM, wounded and n>ifiMu notwithstanding the hardness of the times Sill day December. A. 1). in 43 Sentinel
were Lirperandi and the 1 !hi. Boy, aged 13 %enr, u cause 2,1851. [ distributed
Duke of Cauil.iid. a&i Gift*, when they are _
e. I __. .
the rcitr, of Coin an.1 1 i in Leon Circuit Court
herein Jnmui
grent s nvner .is.'ruins >/ J. Frlkel and -------a. -- -
Lord Kuwait bn Ucn Belonging to the Delate of J. J. O'Xrid. 4lP4RIi4i.
jircmoted to Ticld M.irhhal. .F6kf DOLLARS.
H. CRICIILOW A BROTHERS. wife and others are mp'aiuants. arati l Jaiius B Bounty Land Warrants I VE -
It i? MM Piince (JorUclialoff; has intinicttd to the T-rrnCMsh BF.RRY & ItO WLES.lice. fiuishe.1 PAINTEDin ;
fl Cabinet 16. 1854. SO; ts TW. l 1K54. _CO Beard Executor, i a willinpieoc on tlte part of Rw+ias -. fiw sale !! j! pie i OIL."and FIVE GIFT TICKETS wUl be acac, er ', 2
ut pub t- the
: outcry > highest ladder !
B eJ C those who have not been able toesH .
i*nec 'n the bafin Fresh Groceries >r be
f-'rnw-rly guitr. Dtllsrsiotth of
Plantation for Sale. before I he Court Houe l.Mir in th City 0f T.iIhdus'ee. 1. L. Five Splendid En&dztgs can ae; .
claims If have received
DPtateh4 dated Sevaftopol, 14tb Nov, state that tuhliih their any a j l IVcted from the ciitali< anJ seitt return mail '
gue, by or
; Sclir. Harare! from New f Monday, it iLiy of January uext
Urth% MrtW We completed their tLiid naralUle 01Iwnut fPMIE SulferiLer, lcrs! hii* Ci'O acies of land JCSTY per : Ic-i smouot.thon tbfy were entitled to. let me know
jua'-e. k the e express. rj'A
: t 1S. ,) fi1owiiig) deseribeal Iau"Is, ti wit ; E : -
und dcteriro. JL X n.ilcs South of Tullalijc'ec. frir i ale. V2n apr'- t it u Having had furrteen years experience in th' pine- of the i" tal >etie, together with a apeeimctt.of ..
W t1 E W copy
A 15 rights kegs Buckwheat N I } tif etion I I. nod S j nil
( Ro wo (3i pnth *a the Allie* have. made i. j i a <*oe1oi.t..I nnd in c'lltivition. admirably mlat| cd! fot 10 Boxq* Buck wheat; ; N I4 olseetion 19, in Taa'aTi.alii1' N.rihs L rciltl"h anti settlfilg of Government claims. I und"trariotis one of the Engruvingi, can be seen at the office of .
deaiq2stjft. ngitit tLer left flank ioinni.. hnLitue i is o i tafl'I rtuliy the sny4 :iii.I) means ofgettin ihrniih the '
inidci wl.icliiLc 1 1retreated. Ii rottim nml tlie I :
iig -lnnle |> ; pint Ea his paper. :
I b alnz.i 4 and j gal jars Outers ; Range 3. "t. rcnlniniiu; i two Ir.iunil! ;md ei-ihly | I in
at Wa-bington. have
!. I hiiui valuable l 1.i tinilx-r. Oil the is \ DefurUncnt* my worth I !
plnce a hogi For each dollar sent, an ererivng actually -
,. Al the E
lstrs i
frmvt 2 -Hfis ; a en o. 4, and t-e! W i nIX W i. j Alabama
re"r'1 id'Miceof '
oedi!] .VjtjoVofi bekitli. had kit the camp, owing to ct'riz.j j .nd mmiHliou
4 rtw'nt', C fire j'lnco: and all tli" neeef-sRry ut- 2 Pine Apple X EJ. and thoH E i .-ecti-n in Tvn t .hip _'. wariM.fte ;
Lord I ; ; ItahIs of engaged in the FWidi Wa'.
1 oVii dully iufwievs with I buildings to make n C"n.f..itnl fumily r >nl -nee pertous GNT :
the Trc g 1 O i e*> ; Sort of Ranzf H. Eat conta'ulirg f'ur hurnlrnl t nml ] Pension -
Jmve Muster or :
If Qiinrtfr Rninty
Empeior. titirt.inp tl.e piotu-- 'f iiff.ir. I quaitcrb fr the accommodation of 25 or "' ii gioi i.,. ft boxes H.iHV said t ; s-ant ay Committee" :! that tl.e! tiVceea of '
f Uuigredl
Lord Candles; forty acr "i t timt < l.m-l I c .imflaTitg, |i> ith i Laid Clalris! call In. charge if obtain no : beevirJg f
I t1i. Dudlcj Stiwwt ditd at Stockholm tm tLe1 and a good well of water with n never failing fruj-j I h i IS; Sperm aid Atlamantinc Candles- ; er. 720 neraAnal also the fa.hI..wii!! negroe shires : C. IL BLOOD.money : national uinJe'rtai:?!*,will! r t mUt'crudlT promoted 0: >'

It iii I for et *'k.AM 12 half b-.xis Riiiniiib; John. Frankly au'! h -r -liiMreu. Sam, I Hriirr nnil Xm. xc. B. Persona with unsettled business with himself by the energy arid enterprise of thtdhgent andpersevering : ..

recently reported made that fuijetR&2MiaZI War &Ua neri j >, Corn and l'odd"r. plantation s'ock r.f Ilormnud l2qr. cy, Tempv and her child analat with math ri.i .
eut a 1CtflhtiliUiicC: a* far H> Dn oe. w ith \ lules. 6 head, and a few Mitch Cows. Sold at I i. In ac k Old Government Java C-flcc ; H. ARCHER.; or office Messrs BVttoo & Whitaker's Store e d the hot! Hbtral! terms.' jp "f

Lo ever, c-ncountenng any of the Allied forced.rrr b bariraiu altoertbi: or uiav be treated for n-tmratelv.. 20 Rio ( a.ffe* ; Master in Chancery.. i in at Tallahassee.my (over Fla ,} Any person wishing t<> became an Agent,by aettiU : j jug

Brnrrts QIORGIA J. :i. liON 1) 10 )baskets HfidMck Champnigne; December 0. 1854. Ids 49 November 11. 1854. 45 6m l (post paid) .a'ne d-ltar, all) receive br return of L Lail
AM> FLOKJP'.J-Tlie Deo.lfi, lt f. 60 t "*
4 Demareir '4 m a ouie dollar etiravii a Gift Ticket a prosscas.acatalogiieand
d&Ty line between the two Btutes of Georgia and AK. Strfltn America all Iu&rmatson '
per hip from New Orleahs: t otkhe.iiaary .
"""nda, remarks a Washington paper, hich has been Money Found.A 5 cR'ks Bacon Sides; Gadsdcn Tax-ColIcctorS Slae.BY I Sale 3ipofned lo 1st Monday in January On the final ; otthe sale, th. G 'nil1. ij

tot so many yean in dispute may r oi-ihly Ije cet I j SUM OF MONEY has been found which tl.o 10 Lhls. Whiskey; virtue of the power vested in me by law, I shall Master in Chancery's Sale. L placed! in Ihe haiid ui's'cornniittce of tbe perebalrers .

'M in a short time. The instituted owner call lui-e bv pfivnig his light to it, niid 2 cnsks plnin Hams ; '* for; sale before the Court Honne tloor. at t I Y virtue of a Decree in Chancery, rendered to be listHl>uteiL due nof fee of which will be ',.

FlorHa friendly suit by j j paying vxpcnuis Apply at this oflkc.Dt 10 bbl Apples; Quincy, (J:uN.Ien County, on the second MoiulAr in I I I the 3d day of November, A. I1. 854, in: Leon given Uiroiig'iout' the United States and the Camdaa.IOC i'j

again.t that tSUtc, will be heard during tlieFMnt *. 1C, 1654.: 50Quincy 5 Orangey, March next the following itascrtlied Inmk or so much I Circuit Coort. wherein LesLie A. Thornp ion f is Pomplainant 144oftd4. : ;

term of the Supreme Court of the Uuited6(4t : J. P. BRACE WELT, l CO. thereof will pay the Sta* anal (County tnxrs ,tluej, and CutHeririe J. Hngncr.- Admiui trntrit mantle tusfi tt WashliJgtoo, at100 110,000 ,, .

( s at Wacbington. Mr. Papy, the Attoniej Geirral Male and Female Academy.'T'HIS Jee.16. 1854. 50 tO thereon f.r the years 185" HIM! 1S5-1. atial l tie) etnt-ri- I with the will annexed of Thomas H. Higner's estate 100 Clay,..;....,. .. .. 100 10,000 P 3

; of Horidv is now io Waaliugtuu .1 Institution is located in the midst of au in sea incident tliereto, toxit : Eiglit hundred,.nnd beventy 1 s-nd l oth'eii are Defendants, I will cell at public mit- 100 WtUter.. .. .. 100 10JOOOhihiplVl .' l
and Us a&bo" JL Just Received from i\ew York acres of land, lying nail being 1 in, the County ofOadsJen. House door the M w Calhoun .. .. .. iOOO6 '
eiaUd with him in the conduct telligent and refined commuuity, i>ud enjoys tin cry before the Court in City of Tallahassee 1K(' } 100
of the cane, tbu lion- advantages of besltlifulnees, accessibility and ptrnmorticv : rv QJU In.xes Fre,h Raisins ; adjoining lands bVlonsiug! to John Hare and I to the lighet bidder, on Monday the 4th day 50 Elegant Oil Faint!ings, m splendid p

Reverdy JoLmon. pf Maryland. Mr. Bertien w.d. I ; having been in successful operation for the IHSI I C 25 half boxet otliera on Flat Creek nura ers nut known but known of December next, within Irgal hours, the following Qit! Frame*, size &x4 feet;.......::. 100 8.004

eenator Badger;of HorU, Oan.lina. are tl, com-! twelve year under its present inclpal. It is prorid lOwboiju U MI the Wils'Mi Land. purj "rtuigto belong to John described p ii.'pery jit the City of Tallaluwse, to-wit::: 100 Elegant Oil Paintings,sx$ feet each, COSHO ,OQO

for the E4mt.e of OeorgU. Mr. Cushing th AtU-niey ed wit), a valuable cabinet of minerals, and an ejrtcnic BERRY i ROWLES. T. J. Wilsou of Leon County, Florida. hit number one hundred and eighty-five. ((185.) in Steel Phite 1.ngravmgi.&i1liant3y .

General of the Uo.ted. States, mill klM! / I Chemical. PhiJoBopliioil and Mathematical Ajparutns > Dec 16. 1854. 60 tf JAMESJLSMITH.TJX Block fifty-nine, ((59.) in.the original plan of the City colored i iii Oil, rich gift frame, 24x28 .-i

ebalf of the Government to sustain app ii affording superior advantages to students olbotli l AtfortL CiltietorfurGaJid'H Co. of Tallahassee arid imp'ro'vemetiU thereon, frontiug int'besech .. .. .... . *.... 10 aood S
the United State* and Spanish mnhjjt.1 Hue rut, U f0 y texts for obtaining n thorough, practical education. FroM New Orleans, per Steamer America, Quincj. Dt'cemher 9. 1851. tda 49 one hundred and seventy feet ((170)) oji Duval street a 10.000 Elegnul Steel I'laU Engraving. ." t.tlp.
for of thf and hundred and thirty fet((130)) on Clinton street colored in Oil.of the
J800. The judcroebt! of the Court m this Young ID en may be pieparcd any Gadsdcn one WaskiugteaJuoumeqt ,
throw iota the State of Georgia or Florida case mill advanced clwse* m College! or for cctering! upon the 9j\BBLS.Apples; Tax Collector's Sale. i iB in said City, Also three eighth of Lot uumb r two I 20x26 each,,..r. .:.::._... 4 40,000 i'.. .
u 10
of act** of land, belongiog the -orly tmoiniliooi fctudy of the learned professions. Oranges Cocoa Nut; V' virtue of the power rested iu me by la*, t hundred and ninety one, ((291,) in the original pljtn of r 237,000 Steel .Rate Engravings, from .

H, to the United SUtea. greater nanof .tM'Lu's TUe next aeMKjn w-ill Ugin on M<*>dav,January 8thilie ) 6"" Walnuta ; shall expose for sale before the Coiift" House said City, lying; at the corner of McCarfy and Boulevard dult-rerit'ptatei now* !in pniaeeMOO& of Ii.

: name Teadiers will be' rttaint-diu* the Female 2 -ALSO-; door in Quim-v GaiUlen County, oh the second Monday I. streets in said Ciiy. fronting on MeCarty street and owned !/y the. Artists' Union, of .-.,;; .;f..

departineot who were emploi ed in it during the past Rectified in March next, the following hinds, of sb rbuch one t-uidred and xjventy feet, ((170)) an3 on Bo'ulernrd the market value of from 80 cent to ., %

Lircr PI11s year. They at. .H) Southern Ladiei and have given' 25 Bbls." Lard Whiskey ; thereof, as will be sufficient to pay the State arid: street one hundred and twenty seven feet and a half, pleach 1 .. .. .. .. :. .. ......... 4'O0(

lire now become tie great specifie for Hepatic very general sutiaf.cti.m. Although the department* 10 ft Mulaaces; Couuy taxes thereon for the yea,. 1853 and 1834. ((127 i.)more or less, ,and the three dwellings and other 1 first claas Dwelling ia Thirty-first ic ci.'

of the Liver iu ortrangement are ao ai ranged.! that euch may receive the benefit ol ; BERRY and the expenses iockietit thereto, to-wit: Onte htm- improvement..thereon.7.rw : street. New Tort thy,... ... :. ... iOoo ;
; io mist complicated the uperriMon and instruction of For sale by 4 ROWLES.Dee. deed and nineteen of html .: :due half the cnihatid I building lets ins
fea. This medicine baa done immnise the PriooipaL, ye it 14,18B4. 60 tfUTSeuUoel acres lying and being the > purchase money Ir 22 Hundred and ,
an amount Ins .
*ssd thfa more immediate attentu* will be given to tbe male County of Gud den, number not kn .wn but kuown as the other its-lint twelve months, bearing etgjit per One hundred and Jfint $*re.ts. New :
fcarfnl Kaeaae. and Watchman
Vt4Si.t m enrmg nd ao eonmno in the
tit that it H evidence of Ita cfleaej. we will ri the exigruciea of the school may requite. The BCSWfeSS AT ALLIGATOR FLA JAMES s. SMITH, H. ARCHER. .. ...... joo Lcd
ii superseding every otheV remedy. TLe nombei of studeuts varies from 100 !NEW Tax Ausaar & '
4'nat4 to 120, ant! from Coltfftvrfor Iodide County. Special Master iff tibaneery.ln.pmbrr 100 Villa Site*.eustidn e lO- .
fw it UmeertainetireUtnpreeedented. Orders five to six able sod efficient teachers are usually employed. : THE nhdersifned have engagedjn a heavy good* Quit*}, December t 9,1834. Ida 49 4, 1854. 6t 44 squarefiutt, .- t
are coming in from all quarters, aad every mail CumniiMihti bosines flaying their own .. { ..
The above/ale to the first Mud 1 *
bnsv eooietbing of the following teDor- A limited nahiberof student tan be accommodated means of land transportation they intend keeping G&dsdei Ttx-C.liecUr8 Sale; clay. in January 1855. is postponed Scent vew e( th okkii' ,. 7.

C&inisuor, Ohio i, January 1821. with board io the family of the Principal, at $10 pemoolk r eooatantly eo hand s- atoek of Heavy Goods, which virtue of the power vestrcl in me by low I awl Long ;; rr, wo ftaoboiobd .
M.ri a EJcld & For farther particuUrs enquire of they mean to sell ateotii price aa will leave no iaducement BY
Co-W. Sile 80
re nearly out of M'welltoktepui expose for sale before the Court House door ; -. :
Liie. Pflha. R. H. STEWART to Flattie** to tail of this for retail
It rooLl be Principal.D gt lbj)- )
supplied in Quincy, OaoVlefl County, on the *eund M t .tnrt.sesutj1 'i'
MowUy ;
U Y virtue of a certain writ of fieri fetia* ii I. I : I
?srIIl'paiIL 4emid fur then, in fl. 1864. 50 tf Pi March next, the following land, of mtibh therauf B t
our place. ao
They will also make the ncnal cash advanfel 'oh *ur t-- OGlER L CLAEZ swill be sufficient to pny. the State arH Otirity tai- MK IU Circuit of Florida wberem ttajer. T.Blocfc .
hone Mill*. Cotton and ship the same to the beat htatei in ClJarleiton. '
Yor isis stall th. Drq Store.r Savannah er New TMc.aod-tnmip/ctlt from e tbeonforjUwyeara 1853 and 1*1U,arid the expen- Sktig a.loi tmtraiqi, &cJbf.lhe ateU of J.' !

&t ill .rery Torn i the &uth. I rpHE undersigned; manuiaetart, at their shop u.sC the.Flaotert'! Offla wi en J.id. see (nmiM> thivetn. io.w*: r af buWlred and .gb-: O. "sieputtifl| i|*>d Cu&icilA.Brjran u defemivit. '

DSber9,1854. 49 JL Oeotreville, Leon County, a very toperior -. JEFFREYS t CO. ty acre* of land, lying and being in Oadaden County r.: I }hp' e lened upon ;od will fxpoae lor salt; 250 perpSthIIO4SIb
Mill which will grind Fifty Buehtla of Cord number not knuwn. but fcitown .the Jlrade tract LQ $$4 tt
per day. M ,, b>tbr tot Court House door in the ofiWs
) ior The.1 i. !S64. CO 3m city '
.I They are warranted ci the beat KUh ever pot np mtlie ; Afflg of laaJ, turporfing to belonff t 4ba M Uof JEradee. lee, on JBrtmiay, the lit day of January,. A. D. 1855, !,00( sL kim d. a '. 3

J& kaOZLodge :t- S->utl>: Fanner* will find tbm jost the things For Charleston.A JAMES M. SMITH. Urn following described property to-wit: uera oo d '

A. Rapar! for Plantation) ns the same brad rh t it ned for Gin .. Tat CMltcetar & Aeviifr.for GadtJen County.Qdncy Two buiulrcil! acres,.of laud, more or lent being awl Ref r M ,kt reald fctM naJ Mk.* 7t 1. Tt- s

will he bII1 tL4i Meeting of JIo Tiw4gi p answers for tinS ill Persona wishing to ui'*; thm in >HE fin* Barqne J. W. Dyer, Dypf maL December 9. 1854 td* 49 lying on FirKPnrfhi) '. and known aa.the Padrick] cber & ,. Rips-I .t4

' k 'rUei ernere wt1 erening. iLt Mioti Thdl, n r (.p-atknc5u; be gt at ified by calling at either Cap ter, duilj.etpected t6 arrive, will have .. Mall Track, w-ith all! tin; iraprovemeiu> thereon, lerid .

tP1 stcn4HIg; titin t.dp ii n'tM, Bti LeUi'i or Dr. Bradford' 'jUttlvrf ddre* od to Ceutr nnieiiutte despatch for the above port. For freight. j BUek 8
atitod tii utt /D' TATLO the tkv.re .eordaflj r ville will meet with prompt attraUoa.WB or passage npply to I:O AM BUSHELS Seed data, for sale by soial to satNfv said writ of fieri facm.according to law. ., ,Mflin P .:; '

&'nftiri HOflSEAU.Pec. .i, McKATTCHT ORMOND, I jUU BERRY BOWLED. D. E. .HULL, Coroner: jrThe i grarip UM wtalogo. '*, ere. W

i ic, :? i -k Pew Fwt Flof.. ti 9,115, J.- \4 -' Pece'nbe' j 2, i'4 ( MiHnct< t teeuber, tE'It ri' Niivernhc II
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'. 4 4 JTB. o rRArrH havev a PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYL !. "

( thenurh! s i iA t1i f practWof Lftw. : OIN Wt f4ilpre ,ba nbecn reported S : : ; t ". ,Vt i

S"t ) attend tlJe.Obmts Irj) Ho Middle CirrnnV t ) of Uit.Colltin growing States, \f elfll aliva Gi
5 .nnrt Dad the! D5sCrictCourt of tbo rttji, and'during. |L ht teasoo talo. S SAFKnml ccfrtatoCHT* forCtm fi.OliOroflb! !

& '' "* lhitt / wljjch"rendersIta j6\.AstonmCV imp1iotfofth LnnSpitttng ofBk MDB. I,
: ( ttieuit1tiit., S ). Fwrlch'ort stnple) iU"grcat superiority wtIkwiehiU ;iI0opngOougb, and all PultnonoryA r
t28, J854., 3y' Gin stri1< ngly Bppir| t to good judges. t eetiona. SS *t'civiiJ
;j 4 ) ( inlUleaviag the fint cleaner, ''Opinions- of the PreeTiilleJoflTDa1'aayS .. '
-R. WAIVWIHCHT 9AOOT-WU. M. & tmdfn. /.uu,' Liioa, awt does flt C1)t, .NQBTHAME5'I.
L1 fl
) I;' -joairn r. D1LL-'w.*LATO.JZ. auiy ny injure the fib're, ut the stzce ] : Dr.Rodgers'Lv.rort'nnd : !1ti l IV4i
Tar not onlv gives irnmdiaterelief In'eongbi, _1ia114S M
) ti th hiri4tbat soft and oily feelrng
:' ;i4 ST. LATTTO,3P & CO to 'abeu picled by Juaud, and epldn, but, from !h? tf'Haiohy men of tbebighestrfandinjr'herVand o I b
elsewhere ft
fi'makfng >meyery
'l : lint from' the eitmeiotof *cedT worth OUPANVNEWoI31c ,
; $ cents pound more than when ginned rcrnarkafile mres of consumption. -
3san&! Cottanactors, : per! The R.ilrway Register adds: "We have lif ar J it .lD a.

r stated,'I>y prsowi1 of great re>pcctblilityt! have 2
the Soa Island Cotton o&rotMbl and will
So,. 13, $SoutlienrU*rf, to 1OtUjoiho&lper lay. and 00 fur a naod this medicine; Quit it it one f the most remarkable .5 0

-t I ,CffARLSSTOSr, S. C. have testttf it, tie lint w in a much 1 tnedlcmes of tli -BKei; for Cbnghn. CblJs.Tnfluenza, .7.r .- 0S
L' j-s4., 28,1854. 34 3m .for the Hill than from any other Tlrontliitis. Asthma; Pain fn the Side and Breiut' Fjiit IP6,5.&I8 .
i tine of Blood, Whooping Cougli; nnd nil ,Lunfe com- \ iwhil. in store, and &

'! Notice. Carolina Messrs But tic& Son of Edgccomb plninte, which, if.neglected, usually terminate in cal- \ PATEfl1 S -.:tle$21.i $ asz'3i

)r'J .. have this day entered iuU> a IV. B. I* lUll <-f Way no County, and sumption; and certificates uttiched to the adver-'
;4i ) in theWHOLESALE have tried the Gin on Short Cotton the tLementwould seem fully to justify thi* statement.'S
IGIIEST.MerIalaf Werltl'sFar aud Gold Med
;. ; AND RETAIL j nnd are highly pleased with the result Llvrrworf."Thin of American Institute awarded for these good*
: ; New Gin ;Is -bonml! to sweep clcun.- plant has, fir n any years been fonnrl to be r WARKHOUSKOFCO, '10* BROADWAY!
i : u Duncan Matagordrt -w ho purchased the 1gular.yIrtUe in the cure of affections of the Liver FINE STKEFT.where bo ft.-nnd ,- 'toredmore ee4braed uYt
} { THE NAME AXU STYLE or sold in Tex:1, ilaclar that ifhe'hn.1 >loro recently it was ascertained that it po tssed( nay mre thfea last SrflMtfa lot, 'd
J l & MAXWELL. -' iu-timc lo have Ginned hw*hc.leerop') it great power id arrctiujjl3leedinjf at the Lungs.Coughs Gut la Perrha Geotk ia Great Variety -- ta ourelrniaUsyjilLol which i'
4kt j made ft ditFurence offroin 2WO! to C uOt) of o'thronifohnnvctcr, .e. and of essential service in Far superior any other Water Proof Good iu1 the chants and/fradem alao euK
They will be pleased to see their f.ivor. all ducwcs of ft'pnliuonary'character.. market, comprising many dct>ii able articles fur Export S .
.b i aud patrons nt the old eUnd of}. warranted and Trade consisting in of Coats Cloaks!
1 GOO Country
? ; ; Gins are to pick pomuls Tar. part a 1s3r S
( Jr., uijn of the Mt-rtar, comer of Moari 2 hour The -18 inch GUM Mill do from Pouches, Overalls Lcggnu Caps, Sou'wester*, Camp -;
.1 ; and CliuUni street, where they will ] pounds of lint in the same time,.with Tliis in tide Ia now nnircr ally acknowledged to be Blduketp! Hor.- Cover, Carriage Cloths, Piano- Coy "Bank, of,

4: 4. .. I | general aesortu.cut of articlrs and to run ax lung AS a Saw Gin ; mid the most heading and cfE-icnt application for ilisenseor : -' ;] of business, and solicit the patronage f with proper usage, they will be made tleeiving hinge, or any portion of the fleshy or inns. Steam Packing and hundreds of other article AOENtJY S f *, S.
; uud the public. cular parts of the )human b,>dy. Its medicinal filL I I
J These 'free from odor
; good are unpleasant very Newport,Janpary-l4'ilflB4-.T
:: E. BARNARD. Jn., alive qualities were unl prcier\ by Egyp
) inch To tenaciouspliable and elascticnot! injured by fatty sob
For flO $325.
48 inch Gin 300. )
I 4 G. TROUP MAXWELL. tians iu the early ages of the world and no doubt now To TUB Pi Amis
; nt the nemst depot or landing! to the atanCe, and unlike India Rubber, WILL O'1'.DE OFrctnrn
18.4. B c xist scientific men, thut the ed I
.- 1(4.( ) ainoncr preparation u COMPOSE AND BECOME STICKY CHEAPER
Gin are
M.m fIhnti..hd to set the running. ; -
in the einl) nbneut of bitlifn -
i; : ten l.i tii.il was curnpomi principnl'y : and different from any other Gutta 1'erehatniad m
Jflt.w.'c. iVITti'a on }* s Gina in Tal-! of tJii* iugredk In later age, it was found I in thiS Europe,and TIlE
4fthu- country or
be Ftoe kept iir.s
to be in universal use ainon the t&lxiriines, of Amer i home, .,a8
4; PHYSICIAN l the Hiiik Store recently ivwipieJ by i da. and at this day it is their principal, and, in fact, Warranted to Stand all Climates. most carcfutF1.Mes.h,1th .tJ& .
;4 TALLAHASSEE FLA. T. TiiyJor L Co. for the sale of th<.irsj\v I,Lily medicine f<>r an unbound Plate of the lorujpor CERTIFICATES from persona who have tested I menl of deed, to supply Jnai vitbl ,

i ; ; his pwf5si'uolvrvces to thecitizetiG r any approach to it. Thore who are arqnaintcd I Iith the good may be seen at.the Store of the Company next crop. lit !as takep great paio** to JjWgtttft mim*
; ;: ei and vicinity. Ofllce first din-r addressed to the Agent nt TaLlw the hirfory >this hardy race of men know that L TERMS LIBERAL. purest ami; best aort 'And wiH eugagfl>"fo"uruQ*
building, immediately adjoining ) l meet with protrpt attt tku. a J.-rt'// from ( innjilimi is uiikuowrnihionfj them Dealers incited Planters'of Florid with betfrP'eedt 4&M P Y'3
are to examine these
; .: A. 1L CARGILL. AfiEXT. ito uudiciil acuity in all countries npprar to have cl-ew here. good before I I before been brought to* tie State. BewII'1i
; ; 14,185-1. 2 ly Ix-d'Hio aware of the great lu-aliix ]jrop e Gins can be PCCR in operation en Slauirt Order ertcutfd to any amount, on short! notice.
4 article, niid are now introdiiriii it iu their practice > Newport, during the next fall or victf r ad.wiil, nr,
wninii-ticeir.ntt ef the Kie imitation.
Ginning mad
'I. 4 PERRY AMAKER, !)r. iJtiehnii. of Er.-Und. Dr. Criihton of St. Pctersbiirsr. Varnished I f crace ccrtificnteis attested,Us totE cbrIetet
.1, Plantation of Col. li. W. Wii'inn-F' (0< n. India Rubber, are nlrcitd/ being offered iu the market of(tt,ar
l Dr. La Primre of PUIH. and the : t ides furnished, aid the tb>Pafefers"ftswhom !
,..I T Guw. iJohi llrae'i-Jr nnd W. F. Llo\ d,Of ditniguiheui I Therefore purchaser should bear iu mind that all jenuhif .tandkg.f
.. Dr. Cooper hive bi.-uun the habit of combining it with they are.obtained. The k'tofo*ft Makad ifl
: Col. B. F. Whilner. <.f (lad-drtiC... ; Kiwi* are stamped with the trade mark of the
TALLAHASSEK, FLA. other nitiic! in their prcscrij-tioiw, and with entire be the Big White Mexican theickjSt
: White, T. X. JL J. D. ll.irrick Mini R A. Conipiiny. WILLIAM RIDER
i ., 183. 20 Jafkron C. :J. O. Anderson nn-l Cnpt. I s;ieecs.I' '. Atnf_ V5431; Am. IWl. N. A. G. P. Co. Little Brown. The Big Whit ttexieyq *r* ttim.s
flnvarenf Comdcrfill* amlLast Ii/tiluliom! sought after in MwsissijipTiw he toott fcTJiioTt ,
D. P. HOLLAND, of Jctfer- Coutitv. and J. C. McGthie, ,
..,; AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, It. Hiirrin, of M.idi-oii: County. rw1he KCIUUHC is signed AXUKCW Roc F us on the Florida Hotel, but will supply eitherJtt othevsufdes.ntb. .
; fiom tin.-Mills Mnnuf.iiturinjCompa: e tC1 plate engraved wrapper nrocml en ltLs'ttle. 31 0 XT I CK LLO, J E FFEuON Co ri-v. Plaoters wuhbg Seed,tan-. address bin it Hading
,(I :V ( Quinfy, Florida, ; Ix-low gi.-s smn idea of the valje! t-f Price fl per U-ttle, orir battles for $5. Sold Cuutt- Hone Florida*post paid .
r practice in the Ooiirtn of the Middle Long Staple CVtton.JIotTOSK i la"ls'tle l aid n-trtil. by SCOVIL & MEAl I;5 r 'IIE ilersi uedgivo Df.tice to the pnbIK JOSEPH L. Dl7Ftoi'April29..1SI.
1 | n'I l of Jickw>n and Fiauklm, Counties. 112 l Churtrts a'., between ContiitudSt Louis ctreets, I iss that he has refitted the II/.tel inllf.nti I 17 tfS

...s : .. L ; < j 23. 1P..2. 42 tf M:IM. April 4. 1554. .New Oitnr! ,', p_ <' lli>, forimrly kept by Capt. NPWnuu Notice.
Is I (JuHTjl A;? 'nto f-r the Southern Stutc, to vLora all and will be prepared to receive visitors by-13thof 5
t ,. SCOTT, E q. orders ir.ust Le addnsi-cd. Noveniber. 1 he boi.ee is now iu thorough repair, SIX rnontLsafter.Tnte, shall present filial steouet
KIf.- ( ; Ufa Sr; We have us'-dthefcw! nud will be so mariaed as to prorr >te the eomfui of vouihtrs to the Judge of Probate'cf Jtflmwi
] AT LAW, Island ond ether long bt.-iple Cuttoi.i, S.d1 1 !du"!: bv D. if. Arne. B.irnird .
? MONTICELLO, FLA. : was ;;inncd on your C>cal !uid: CutLsii ca1th Co., 'failhiat'ee! ; W. Risers tt"Son, Cfuttahnnchve whera every ntttntion is paid; to horsi e. Terms us cburge as Administratrix of George TV/ttlnBiy. Ij.
: 153. SO tljnn ; Hep. P ]B.iltzell. MarLinrta; Jordan A DnviiU modrrate flue nt any other lit-tel in the A o Jefffrson County, dcceaed
p r4 ifclVEK in not having n larger *:i[>ply of tlu'u i ". ( uney: ; A. U, Wilaou! Ne pint ; S.in.nelPu share (custom ia respectful; solicited. JANE STANDLEY, Adauiktruox.tjih.S*S us
BAKER c ston, Munticvllo.Nov. -
,., I ; through! our works : a larger quantity < C. ELES3.Monticello October 14:1854. 8m '41'
I.. ; AT LAW Cw us to ju lije mote correctly us to the re- 4. IBM. 44 4 meow Octol.er 2" 1 FS;.t. S ly 43
: ; of Cuttou Gin the Jthn Tax, Collector' Sale.:
) AND QUINCY. FLORIDA. : your over common BunrilorfF, ) :
... f/ Attaclrmnt. .Sum to Leon Circuit Court
sworn -InChancery.
virtue of the
; ; in the 31i'bflenid, \VeternCireuit power Tested ianfr.bjUv.1
.', and iu the Couutics of Decatur on the small lot of Cotton 4 nlatl.iu-Cro! naaii. i c *" (0. Albert J. Pickctt aod wife shall expose fur salfc before the Court House door

:i,. anf the i j-irio) that your Cuttiiii (Jin r|-'HE Dif-iiJ.iitt( ; ftnd, all others interested are here- aud JoLu H.Gindrat and wife, at Maduun"on the -Cvu4 4t d.\yonApril next,tb.

| 35AKEK A. N. 1'IVEI the Staple of the C.'ttni! and tint JL by notiiied i.f the coniineijctriiviit c.f thii tiit. reurial.1 v*. following described lander so juwlw thereof as will
.' % -nt in the and clea'.Iit Samuel H. Duval. Adtniutrati.r pay tie State and eoontrjax Jce tfteVeoo for the year
\ Qitinty. etenm-* to a Justice'* Court, to be held at T.aluj!! .
7 1S54. 1 h fibre, \thk-h will m.tkridly incce se the j s.e on the IStli of tnbrr. A. D. 184, and to Joseph "V.Field tt al._ 1 ,4.aud the expenMa wcxJeiit tUrcto;|(Mriti Tk.
't .I \ article au 1 reduce the Cut of Manufucj j and jjlcuj to tie anie. Given under hand appear IT being made to appear bv affi.Iavit that J srpli | NWth half of the Northwest! quarter of seetion tveutin /.
NEW YORK. ; and n.i!, this Srd dav of Xo ember. A. D-. 1S.14.DOXA'LD W.FH-H. Sarah W. Powell,Eldon field. Thomas i t"wrshiipone North' Range seven East,purpatiof
F ield and Ilnrris Field -fijidants in this to belong to John 'Pattersi.'
: those -titi'i xvlkJi be cause.
r.re ni'.i !! can mi-re CAMF.ROX.J. P. [EL S.]
!; & CALDWELL, Fettlul Ly I'Sj/c-iiirt-iiti on a larger Nov., lt-54. 4t Stn beyond the Iimiu of the State if Flt-rida to- v it: in EOBEBT McKINXY.
: S ) TO CENTER t CO, order to ucwmpii .i tliie, vu hope you tf he Str.tc cf iL ?Usipi. it U ordered tl-at the "aid ileV.ndarttsdn Tax Assessor and CoITtcW fur Madison Couotj.
I (uri.ih npp sir ami an 'ner, otherwise the sniil 0-tobt-rl4.1S54. Gin 41A
COMMISSION MERCIIAMS tii luurgr Siipplitb i-f lung 'l'1' Leon County lion Works.
Sea Wand Cit Gin. complainants' bill shall 1 lie taken prj ervfrssn-against
.1 fl : A'o. 20, OLD SLIP. by your Yoi.r J'rulv ton, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. tit t hem,, and that tl is rder be published once a week Wakulla -Iron-Works,

% 1854. 10 iy ( ) J. I* DAVis, Agent. rpllfS EitablL-braent is now iu full operation. All ) some nowpr.ptr prin'cd iu the Middle Circuit of .NEwPoIrr, : IOIDA.:
COTTON n> V'TETSt I lladlev Folks CV Wills. 1ordir* Mill be attended t<> with promptness and "l.-nJa for the1 space of f, ur ir.ontl.i THIS Establishment iinuii f llpf ration. Ill
: IS.-l. 23:{ If all work tic iii. with ner.tn *i nd ii'atcu! AT CIUMHFK Sept. 16th. 1854. wilTlw attenJetl to.wJUi promptnes. a4
i :; 3f O !OI O -U. i o.iT.LL1111SEEFLURlD1 All! Li.idj of \\-rk, suthaa Steam Vork, Mill!! Work, J. WA YLE3 RAKER. Juilge. all work done with neatness wid'ilispr.trh. 5

JOHN P. DUVAL, Gin; ({.-trtui. Sn ar Mill! Circular Saw 4 3aelauiery.! A trna copy Attest :-llicu AKIUCK, Jn, Clk C AH! kinds ofworkse ich as Steam Work.iini Work,

% FLORIDA. S huaftitag, liahleyi Hautrt-rs, li"ugh Cnstn', Braoatinga. sept 23. JNM. 4m 36 Gin Gearing? Sugar iliJL 'Cijeufat'Saw Mad>tbery
a C tr.; aL-o, Sugar Kettles, of toy size, kept Sbufting'. Pullets..Hangers,' PIcugb,CtisIJtzgv Bras
p., I Pi.fTEt8 and ('IlHTS of this and tht AT THIS COfKT HOCSE. coiifiUntly < n hmd. All work d<-ne in such nn fstublishmcut AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. C ating&r ; also, Sugar lattice, ofany aiee.kepi

',- : in 1'1'riJa and Georgia: 1854. 4 v\ill be done bv us, with a particular regard THE undersigned, Agent of tie above Company eo uetactly.n hand. A II work done in such,aa eKaV

;' : I Iq uridtrsi nw] mWiiliers, return to ?5'w Notice. to the ntreu tb and duratility of the woik. receive application for and make insurance U shmeut will be done by*us, witk a particular Mgxrdo

.' -t (,T ttfdl thanks fr the vtry Competent Workmen always iu readiness to put up against loss by Fire, on"Brick and! Frame Buildings the strength aod durHbJIitjr P/Tjie w oik..., \. ,
.,:.: y ; has been bcttowx-d upon u", thiou } intfrested Mill take notice tit six Engine*, tic., Furniture,Merchandize, Ac. Competent Workmen ayaiurc4ae 1ntr"fneeL
1 .' F 1'S *, siiiee we have boeii engaged in after the firat jiublii-atim of thi-j ailver- Terms will be liberal, and all work done? strictly f>rcruh January 29, lS5tt. 4 B C. LEWIS. E S
{ \Wiphing aod Soiling B.'ttepiu j t to JipjJy] to the IKn. Judge t>f or accepted orders on some bimineos firm in thUplace. Terms will be liberal,and all work dbba strictly Hroub
i Bpain offer our -tr\ioe the cU.uiIha L -vu County fir a disthairge from roy Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and Notice. or accepted orders on seine buauieaa fiin iu tLu
of the estate of Willi&i.i 1L Brock- '
Ftaixl, and hope tint our tl'ity in the lira"*. months after date, the'umlcrM rd, almzitra place, Tall8ha* e.c, or Quujcy.
.1 of your business heretofoie has been '<':t cd. All letters must benddres-'ed (pout paid) to SIX of the estate Tl.r.mnsiIilL ilecesisui late o Liberal pncea paid for old Iro v Copper aod _Bzs.u.

'S : to sicurc your pitrotm and l :r.4.; A. DROCKENBIIOUGU 21-rm A&iax. J. 31. Sii IXE A 1 CO, Tallahassee, Fla. Jadsden Couuty, Fli'iidn, will present T his final.iccocntind All! letters most be addressed- (poet paid)to

: i Very Respectfully, March ii, 1854. 10 vouchers to the Honorable JuTe of Probate for 1LH.POND4CO.-
i ; BROOM A HEIR. Cheap Goods. P. BROKAW'S 11s aid County, cud ask to be dL.'eluarged. January 21. 1854 & !.K wPortna.

20, 1854. SO r'fl' Sub"ciib G. R MILLS. Administrator Notice. -
J .M con emplftotinicL uvtnY1HD SUE STABLES Anpnst 12. 185-1. 2 6mExecutor's ., ** .f f i j,**
a new arrangement in theirlui.in. LL creditora
& SLUSSER persons, legatees'entitled to di |n-
n* make, it nrcejsary to TALL.MIASSEE, FLORIDA. button or otherwise interested ,tbe Estatu v(
I and Retail Dealers' in'Copprr ( pie i'tit tk of (Jood*. Ttm Stock months Notice. Elizabeth Miller, lat*of Msdi on Covaty. Florida;deceased -
I : Iron, Britlnnia AfJapnncd- \\\'nrc. good mpjily cf Watches of every descrip rr1Il: Propritt"r would in- p SIX Will and Testament the undersigned, Executer of the are hereby notifiedto, exhibit theireatmaaiid,
of Archibald
l t (} ods Bale, late
)% Fancy <> Cutlery. (Gun?, Plated S S -j form his friends and the demands within two year* from tW ate hereof to.tha
jf GaJsJi'D decease!, will his
V '' I'i IioI :ssid Wood IOV'l *luther a di.-s.! \vlii..htln-y pledge I public, that he has rebuilt _ irnl vouchers County before the Judge of exhibit Probate for account said undersigned, or the'sameriTl be. barred;jand aU P*'-
sell cash
to ousti'iiKr- ricHlly reId a large liriok StabirP. nt the old stand and is now sous indebted to the eadIeees.. daxejeqicstodtaake
I leccivcl all tilmmcd! and in romjtlt-te : TOWLi: i 31 YE US. bounty, and apply for a final settlement and discharge
prepareil to accommodate hi* friends and customers.Ht mom immediate to.
7 -f th latent fr the aJiniui'tratioif payment <- a. x .
a : : < improved ;p.ttni' and f.r ISSt. 15Nallo. of enid Estntr.DANIEL : ;
-.' n-diiccd prices, and will also luif attached to hi5 SUbI<>p, a good Ulack CUIE, Executor. JOHN L. MrLiER. Adm .txalcr.
I durability vud ffr\ioe. defy euihIIettiiriI I smith Shop, here he'vi ill!! have done all kinds of Oaobet 21, 1P54. 6ra 42 Madison C. H.. Ma'd. Co.Qv.j8, 'H. *nv <*$

;- ., p ) I Plantation work, Horse fcWinp. and Carriage work .- _____
IIoiisoVoiIt.. | on hftuJ, and for rule low by in the very best manner and with promptness and Bagging- and Rope. NoU e. '
: a
a OtnamcutuI ll : r ; Pijxt1, bh -ct Ziuc, Sheet Lvad Lcud l l .M. j: 1R53. 44 B AttGIXO and ROPE furnishul to regular count and voucher to tba .Judge cf TProbei.ef

?. PktnjHi. hip W'>ikof tvuy debciip- first rate Land for Sale..5- toners in any onantity. D. LADD. Madison County a* AdnjiDutrntrix ulhtbe. will annexed -
Newport, September 2, 1S5-1. 35
; a. jcnlncs-s ami dt-f-p-ilch. Notice.SIX a of Levi Drew, and ask to ba difchargoi from
Count ilcitl.iutsill find it t.u their ad- ( .>1T.-rs fur sale hi- mtuliou.lying mouths after date, the underricmed, ndmhk. said administration. : 4 J- -
4' I. 1 give lhun a call before put chasing elr a h.i'.f milts north of l'aikhiasee. There j <>r of the estate t>f Thompson Ware, deceased DR. LEWIS, S MARGARET DREW; Atainhststriz
? VMII hundred! u< res ,faut good l hutd |$ ]lat
:. All iur arllcles aro niaiibf '%l'icil fuz ) in tl.e Stato-:."(> c't-ired: aid the j a< null vomhvi ti> the Hou. Thomas J. Chni-e. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
A l inateilal ail i vai ranted durable- : >J ,. : utTujr'd fir ialf. j (Jin I H-'ii" and Screw, with mgro cabin WM. 1I.-'S ARL Ad.nV.Nofitibcr IS now inserting Artificial Teeth on the ALL perwns Laving demands agaJoattba Eatats
_ new improved with
t T 42 out budding*. To a giw,1 purdmser.thi* 11, 1654. 6m 45 principle William Jenkins, deceased.h te of Leon County -
4 i continuous gums, from one side to the
> 'Ftiun made
t iI e.xty. Addrew are notified to present them to the Adminartrator
.4 -* i 1 : 1 i New Goods. TaUiau.ae! Pest 0Lce; or see me on Beeswax Beeswax o l lodgment ther. without of food scam, thereby or crack rendering,lea*ing them no place for the within the time required by law,or this notes will
) J. lli perfectly be
| ELIOT. plead iu bar and these"indebted rI mak.
,V. A 4. .\r E just received ray Full and Winter 23 \\7ANTED in MDV* quantity f.r cut'h or trade, by ife-like, and restoring the original contour of the face, pavment Immediately.; ,please.
j of Cl.'tl thusiinett'i.'etiti lc. > > BERRY i ROWLES s>o as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls in JOSHUA W. SAU5CEHS' AdministraW.October .

a < i color, p-t')Kami] qtulity, whkh I ani STABLED Oct. 21.1S54. 42 Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full 28. 1854. .. 8w 41
: ib ; i make up in the rn'etfabivHaMectyIe, u -; ; Sett* can obtain all necessary information by letter.
: aud reasonable To the Old Settlers of Florida. He will ant in instance i!iddle Circuit
;4 ( I tfiTOe. II. NEW.SOMA wan every satisfaction, and of FZatLs-Iw Lt 4.' ,1 ) ALSO TsIIi1I 1. lt lrrr. late of the General Land p nnces to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when called George N.Heir A James S. RtatV

'4.5.', AM) WELL Hi.KC-7KD: STOfR OK \TOULI> inf..mi )his ,J Office rnd Peni-ii Office Washiupton D. C, will I 'r. Partners tiading, ., as'H.Ir1 Debt b Attachust. -
1%. ., : friend and I ther ptilio! attend promptly to all claims under Flonda Armed June 34, 1854. 25 R vs.- 'teent

1. 1 CLOTHING, that he may alw.u IM- found _ Occupation Acts of 1842 and 1848. Persons who Joseph A.J. Roner. J
1 ery gut nit nt hiiiuibhr fur winter wear p opr>iiittf the .)aU., ready toaccommo- wen- settlers under the ttjd Act of 1842 arid Laving Notice.HE defendant and all other pejiona Interested
'S } Tjlmaf, C,'nt*. Vcut. I'ants, dc Caurrintr-s nil 1frrc. THE
Ac.: with tin
,- i'-. ; complied r -' 4 ..- ; dL-poecd of at low prices. )ki-pt nt Lh ry on rtRiwnnblo terms. the PAI.NT for their lands can Lave them obtuincd JL Joseph A.U liner, lately deceased,of Leon Cotm entitled! snit by attachment'and tbejr ara hereby required
4. c lot of rinm auJ SLirts l .t and l\Kd -
Fancy Collars > furr.isbed f Drovers
< r t or attended to by the subscriber. to and plead to-iktT elnraticn fiJ
.p Cravati", Stocks, llnsieiy, Ac. Ac. aunt MuK-a.! claims ty, gives notice to all persons having demands againstsaid appear
Also therein dated 13th Noveftbcr. 'T
i ; > proMCuted for PensionsBounty Lands, estate to present tbeui to the choinutratfix. 1834 -
iI'I thorough out fit will eozuuIL thru -I hitu-elf to pire satiiifauton t-i Ins or
; ;, patS Back Pay. de, ic, ou the most reajaabl to Mr. II. T. Blocker her agent, within the time UUGRARCUR,3.rk.November .
; f by giving me a call, as all the above a khitre of the public custom. term*. prceciibed 18, 1854. SmNew
: by law, or this notice will be in bar
selected with
;., ; great cure, nrt.I 1 with Aiagu.t 26, It-M. S4O RtFEEEXCES.Hon. ;
and all those indebted
to tltcir adat'ttition to this inaikiL arc requested to make payment
JOHN PRATORIUS. LEWIS CAPS, U. S. Senate, i immediately. Fan and .Winter QooHa. .
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4 1854. 42 JIMES Cporta MARY ULMER Administratrix,

.' ; c n. 4' JOHN WIIAON, Washington, Di C By U."T. Blocker,Agent DAVID C. "WILSONIS

Goods! New Goods Address Past Pad., JULIUS F. ME1ERE.Wabhingt 28,18548w, 42
4 \VHITAKER\ S. C. in D. C. DOW receiving from the brig Beato Wesk
are receiving, rvi it cf LONG and SHORT STA- October 21,1851. 6tn 42 Landfor Sale.T .- and other vessels, hia nauaJ aupply .f Jatt

it. t.f p a'gent-ral Viz assortineut of Goods : nnd other IVodnce. ill meet WILL sell my plantation on terms that are reaaJ. Winter Goods-. all of wnWb vere selected by bkaselin

:' : } Doeskin styles Iiibh Linen. uUt-ution. Ri-ft-rcDce can be had ol Great Bargains at the New Cash Store unable and accommodating to the purchaser. It i New York,and pordmaed on 1h- most hvxtft

1 Cassimercs, lil'chd awl 13r'n Domestics OMB, Madieou County, or R r II DUEE' [One IooiSouli ofG. <$f Meginnits.] h lies iu Jefferson Couuir, Fliw eighteen miles East of term, many of them reduced prices,which wflTsa-
,,. TallahaMee, in the neighborhood of Wsukeenah. It able him to snyhie-ctsteaers and ill woo oar*
-a & ,. Damask Assorted Skirting, 30 1854. 88 4m MR 1 E. M. FRALEIGII takes pleasure to inform i ia choice land and iu good- repair, with two hundred favour bin'Witb a call, eitbef lot .Cfsh'pr atotyfl
\ Flortiiuls, citizens of Tallahassee, and vicinity that he and ckartxL Land
; sixty acres buyem cf m and sea credit; at prieca certainly a*tew'if aotfcwtr tkaft*?
0 Carolina Stripes, id now opening a large and well
p Manoera do For Sale. Goods soda selected stock of Dry tor ourse1vei. ANDERSON PEELER. bouMintbJaeity. They io pWrt bomit of '
large assortment
Embroideries and May 6, I84.. IS. tf -' T *! ***
BAG9. -
sutabht! for Fancy f' 'LBooti
Carolina PJiidsi piekW Cot- Laces, Ladle's Dress Caps, also latcst'stvles of Head &stpleDq
$ S Ctfutoo Flannel, HODGKISS & SCOTT droses, Capes, Ao, tc.: Ready made -Cfothiug of ev ; Notice. and Sbos, i

:. ; Bed Blankets, 1854. 38 t cry description, a No. 1 asdorttucntof Boots and Shoes, Hardware, ff .: 4s
Blue, Rod A G r'o BlanVts H ate and Caps, also a fine assortment of Jewelry and -ALL persona indebted to'the undersigned by ac: BufloWareS..- GEie; S
't T '4 Negro Bhtuket*, Notice. other fancy articles too numerous to mention, mot"to "- are requested W oroe forward'ntinrtdf- ,
., White Georgia Kerseyt, of TDNNO, PINCKNEY i being. Large sales and email Profits." Hcniombet my r atelj and settle either by cash or.note- a h banold I Hitatnd,_ S B rWand'Roj. :
.I Ooorfpa Plains- been iliswhed. the tubscriber willcon- this stock u entirely uew. out and it auxioBft to '
nnburgr, S O t.ober7I84.-- ': 40* 7 S .T:: 5- JOSEPHWHITE7Oentrevnie
.5) Meiioo Shirts, AND COMMISSION BCSISESS" Nor. 18. 1854 46Plantation'for ; .

Draws' R :New Books, Ac;, MfJDrtf7.it9.
Q. S .5
I Office NOUT* NOW receiving'from NoVTork larg and cart- Sale. I
Diaper. -0-----, selected stock of-Books, emi>rttcii>(r 'every r. valuable Plantation Jeffersoa
: t the County,formerly .
at lowest
pi for cash or r5 _
apror- department Literature and .T.
with tb4 tockoo hand .
'; the Store oo* door north of Messrs.Uo3 : REFEBENOES. a larger and more 'yariedMsortL.ut than .1 the reaktooo of thefete R.v; W.eIey A*> -r
: .- S W&u, J0g,Y&Afl& & Co., been offered"this bursysi r .within i ooe mil*of BayUy'a Mill, lying OQ UM
commnuity. Blank Books of
ever; road from Mon ticello to Newport.conUkA 400aereo
S .- -. 40 >H.j>*jm i aBC9 4 Co.i eixe and
.RuUne QUtiowry of the best
dMcriptioa witn all the
> ( ; .. nIOsTmipflTnentaboctT4ozr.1of h
tF: : AND SHIPPING BUSINESS; ,, ,, ,, ..-.. j.- i u., *, tt *-' Banker EaapUad,4iersiit*Ais v Port' >lio .Envelop*,Bufl .Wbtte and the same cleared, intMSuraVCatt rotate.Hogs pO4i. 1ed t.In._ Dataa uui,

: !* Sttl. aiid2s.u. Pa Holes*pA f wiog Jltaewk *itk .gV4xJ,8t; _
,t4 AT w B w r'o ahr. # [ ofPjegj'I. 1 Brr, Cutlery, S g r MaiweH arraogeJ iU,Aod.wU JocU.Mrn ; _
4:. | itill carrict oa t!*'above bosinf 4tbrJ1ii3aii,8; 'J' I P na, vitb or without cases. Uuynard&Noyes. of making a Bhisioo W tWg Ues. SaidPlwUtkm S -- .- 5-- .t- 5---i-'
& &' tI Uarrisou Blackwood'. BlneH aj>d JM.lot Abo A besi
p BuildJOgi'eD calculated f C&P M sunattxl ia ow of(ha neigbborbood* ft
) Mriswz 111 l large of
wngona. .4 L. ]LADD., *. the variety Fancy'Article heaLth 4 socjIzillsq WlIOOl
September 11854.- 85 Richard MeKiooe. Atoa.. Th S JOHN McDOUG' ALL. mile of pc44 It* ,: -- Se a.5lpjt
-tweoty-five/ coniprisfnic'' eii'a, wo. October 14, 1854. tf S 41 Persona wIshing UrpardiaM will all oaMr3Vaib wit-hae$ I -' # *M -

Hide Wanted. boy. The sate win ie .S ingtao ltootUl: ***, -who will ebow,lbs.I b1rI.tieax
( : BaU"e Vtwc the Hou f ble' Jo.&pi KJ uh' For Bale.: t th.tne-' 'S.t.3' bs ?, S
v < 'for teitii' TOUR aroail i '1
SkH&r Wch r Tenua 4 !S--P
> thj S1I1b
I > priet ih*tuir*. T.rie a 'JL1 abeut 80 acre* s&cii.witiijooii.riwjngs and ;
) by *ot
D.O.WIL6CN. _.
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