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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 30, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
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BY DYKE & WILLIAMS. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA DECEMBER i 111
20, 1854. VOLUME VI---NO. 52. ;

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REPORT Upon the Atlantic we possess the harbor of Fernandina. This is to New Orleans,which,on the K .
the thus be
: crop previous year made a loss resources from which to supply the deficiency, and would exposed I i5
;. proved, by the Hydrographical Surveys made"undor authority of the of 7,23Vhlth added,to the lighvragp. makes an aggregate to damage of repute. 1 It.was also a cause of objection,that if tho :h
OF THE United States' Government to be one of the finest harbors for the loss on foreign' commerce from this cause %f $394,C29. The injury State:; were able to subscribe enough to afford effective aid, she would M.{
n purposes of commerce which is to be found South of the ChesapeakeBay. domestic trade IS put at $107,71)1) more, f d
taus
share the
swelling the annual necessarily acquire a large in direction and management of ,
)'n/rnml/ mprofacmrnt G oath of C i Iotiba, The harbor i is perfectly and closely landlocked, with an average inJury! an conducting commerce at Motile', fromeficiency] of harbor the work, and such connection of politics:! agencies with works of -.j J "

,, depth of 35 to 40 feet, entirely without shoals, an anchoragewith to S502.j99 ; a sum sufficient to have transferred ifo cotton shipped this nature, lots heretofore proved so objectionable as to cripple their }j ,

SUBMITTED BY- TIlE GOVERNOR good holding ground extensive enough for the largest pOS. from Mobile, from her wharf, to Fernandina. credit. The wastefulness of political agencies in the management of I.J:

sible commerce, and having a frontage of over two miles, along the Besides which,the interruption of business by a climtctic mortality public works, is"l'ry strongly exhibited} by table of receipts l and lij'
To both! Houses of the Genera Assembly on Friday, December 22 which Wharves 20 50 feet will Mobile .
whole extent of ol to reach a depthof at and New Orleans from which Fernandina would be expenditures on the public works in Pennsylvania, compared for ai' : -

1854: and ordered, with the Bill aecomjtanyinff the tame, enti 25 to 35 fret of water. It is on a Sea Island: and thus secure of exempt, must more or less affect the cot of factorage, frrtght and a series of years. The table was presented by a member of the Legislature tl
tJ"ain Art to proride for and Liberal health ; being very similar in its climate to that of St. Augustine.The .- facilities of business. t
encourage a System of of that State, at its last session,and shows how expenditures :'t ,,
depth upon the bar is thus given in a late report of the Topographical The effect of our improvements will be, practically to furnish the wider
Internal Improvements in this Stale, to be printed grow political management:
Engineer bureau to Congress, viz : "The bar of this river Gulf with a good Atautic: port by an extended wharf, and it is not .1' lRrtl(8. l-
----- affords 13J feet at the lowest water, and from 20 to 22 feet during doubted, that in progress of time, the Gulf ports will! find their interest Expenditures.184C ',1
. .
$409,970 '
t
MESSAGE OF TIlE GOVERNOR. Spring tides. in a common resort to Fernandina as their seaport for foreign 187. .. .. ...$1,03,815.1,230,422.P32,729 .; ,
To show th sufficiency of this harbor for all the of domestic trade
purposes 1,184,245 .. ... .... 793,308 :3 I I
and foreign trade, it will be found by a reference to Lloyd'slist Tlie Board then feel .
warranted in the belief that the .
ExcrrrivE: CHAMBER, I system proposed 1840. .. .. ... {)
for"the 1853, that there arc only thirty-lhree" vessels out often is capable of 1,2,72. 73,2
year sustaining itself
profitably. 1850. .. .. ... 1
TALLAHASSEE, December 22, 1854. ; thousand four hundred and thirty recorded in that office, that 1,35,1. :it
The which 1851. .. .. .... 89 '
subject 1,451
Ho*. II. V. SXELL, draw twenty feet or more. The following is a list of these thirty- Ilf'xt. occupied their attention, related to the 1,1.02. ; ;
mode in which aid should be 1852. ... .
President of the Senate : three vessels, showing their burden and draft : given to these works. .1,03,49 .;! ,
SIR:-I have the honor now to transmit the report made to me by After considering 1 the several modes in which aid had been 1853. 1,303,1. .. .. ..II5lo t .f, ;a
5 Vessels 600 tons burden and draw 20 feet
the Board of Internal Improvement, accompanied by a bill which they 14 are" 700" 20" given by other States, and the various forms in which our lands 3. By loan of credit, or : i. tantamount, guarantee of the :.!,

prepared, designed to carry into execution the system which they 0 800 20 might be made available for the pnrpose/we concluded to recommend bonds of the Company. _

have recommended.It 1 tl 000"' 20" that companies constructing these! lines, he authorized to This is the most usual mode of aid, by State. ?, to Companies un- i.

will be seen that the system recommended embraces every section 2 1000" 20 issue bonds to the extent of ten thousand ((810,000)) dollars per mile, dertaking important public works. !

of the Suite, and is one on which it is believed every interest can 4 n If 700 21 the interest on which might be guarantied by alien upon the Internal Tennessee, the State loans the bonds of the State to the amount i :.< I

harmoni/.c. Tlie provision made for securing the construction of the 1 800" 22" Improvement fund, upon the condition that the bonds should pass often thousand dollars for every mile of road graded by private sub : Ii .1

work, although not exactly that recommended in my annual message only,in payment for iron, and equipment, after the road bed and scription and one hundred thousand dollars additional for every important ,; .. t
As with the harbors of Savannah and
compared '
and certain to the object neighboring! wooden superstructure for the iron the whole 'j ; "
is perhaps better, may prove more secure was prepared : debt bridge. ,
'
desired.! The importance of the work contemplated, the great Charleston, the harbor of Fernandina: i is! much superior. At Charleston thus created constituting a first lien upon the Road. In Missouri, the State bonds were loaned to Companies at a single J .

labor bestowed on the subject by the Board, and the ability with the depth on the main ship channel does not exceed ten and a We have: proposed to throw around the State fund every possible session to th amount of eight millions and a half of dollars. i ?,t L ;
which have enforced their views and recommendations will half feet, at low water; and at Savannah vessel cannot reach the security consistent with the of the In Virginia, "
they efficiency plan, and have recommended a single session, ((1850-1,) the State guaranteed .J :
doubtless! secure' for their action the careful cons leratioicof the General city with more than eight feet draft at low water. Vessels drawing conditions on the part of the Companies!' which will give to bonds of Rail Road Companies of a million besides i largosimilar l t1!;t: '

Assembly Respectfully, 17 feet can receive cargoes 12 miles or more below the city, from the State the most ample assurance that the Roads will subserve the aids before and since. In the case of dor Company, sho. ? .

JAMES E. BROOME lighters, and proceed to sea at high water, but this mode of conduc general public utility. llS L. made I I loans: and guarantees exceeding three and a hf millions of /i 1, .I

ting commerce is attended with great inconvenience and expense.- In considering the subject, various modes came under review. dollars.In t i

REPORT OF TIlE BOARD. Neither. of these ports have a frontage at all comparable to Fernan Whatever practicable aid was necessary to insure the construction! of Maryland, the State loaned its credit to Railroad Companies to r

dina. From Fenandina vessels drawing twenty feet can load at the the Roads, a wise policy would justify ; for the rapid enhancementof a amount exceeding five millions of dollars. ., : i
wharf, and proceed to sea with any wind and without towage, for the wealth and North Carolina has endorsed the bonds of the 'I ''
The Board of Internal Improvement beg leave respectfully to report general population certain to follow their construction Wilmington and : :
the the
wharves from
than distant
three miles
not
that in obedience to the call of the State Engineer, they assembled are more open sea. would be ample recompense for the surrender of the whole fund.A Raleigh Company and others to a large amount-near) a million in.
Besides this believe that element in the
x at Tallahassee on the 4th day of Deceml we Coal, a necessary sup. single bridge is being built at Montreal at a greater cost (to-wit : one case, (the Raleigh and Gaston R. R.) m! h

Many of the topics brought under consideration, and which did not porting means of an extensive commerce, can be delivered at any of seven millions of dollars,) than the whole amount of our aid, for the South Carolina guaranteed the bonds of the DIne Ridge Company i

seem to call for l legislative interference, they have acted upon by resolutions Southern our ports from the mines, for a cost not exceeding that at any other sole purpose of making unbroken connection with the Lakes.- for a million and a quarter of dollars.Massachusetts 1
tJ
containing the suggestions of the Board, addressed, throughthe seaportUpon But we were desirous! if possible, of saving to the State the fund, aided the Western Railroad Company t the : : {
the
President of the Board, to the various Officers or Detriments Gulf side, we have the noble bays of Ponsacola, St. Andrews for future public use, if a sufficient stimulus to the construction of the amount of four millions of dollars ; and for the Hoosac Tunnel, costing 1 rye'

charged by law with the respective subjects.! Among these, are recommendations the accommodation, and Tamp ; of}besides many of others Gulf of sufficient capacity for Roads could bs afforded without; parting with it. three millions, guaranteed bonds for two millions of dollars. .;&:!1"

for confirmation of aOnmount trade. 1.A gratuity or bonus of the lands to the Companies. Cities even, and private companies, do the some for the '
regarding steps a more i speedy stwt :
Swamp selections; for a classification of these selections, in lists descriptive We have felt justified, therefore, in resting our system upon ports This mode of aid has not been unusual. of such works. ::1 J .;
located within
of the several characters and grade of land and growth; for our own limits. New York granted as a bonus or gift from the State, $3,000,000 The city of Portland, in Maine, "it a Jpuation.t the time not ;; f1

an application of the appropriations made by Congress for improving The next point to which the attention of the Board was directed, to the Kim R. R. Co. reaching twenty thousand, loaned to a Railroad .t .4,

St Johns River, under directions of the Governor of this State ; for concerned the ability of the system: to maintain itself. Mississippi, by legislative: act, granted to a Company by way of Company connecting with 'Montreal for one and a half million of dol. : ,'!';

the extension of the reconnoisance lately l begun by the State Engineer Throwing out of view the large local support which the roads will bonus, a Railroad completed from Jackson to Brandon, ((14* miles,) lars. -
West of the Apalachicola River; and for a reconnoisance of the derive from the domost'c: productions and commerce of the State, with the car, locomotives, fixtures, depots, town lots &c., attachedto Various towns in Maine loaned their credit to the Kennebec and ::HP :l

Kaulover between Matanzas and Halifax Rivers. we propose to regard them in their relation to the general needs of the road, sixty choice! and picked negroes', the two per cent. fund Portland R. R. Co., to the amount of near a million of dollars. .: .C'-i;1 '

The subject, which chiefly employed the attention of the Board, commerce in the transport! of persons and commodities. then on hand, being about 812,000, aud that which might afterwardsbe Cincinnati, in Olio, loaned the credit of the city to various Companies -

referred to a general system of improvements for the State, which, 1. In respect to travel. The destination of the streams of travel between received, to induce an extension of tile road to the Alabamaline. on one day to the amount of a malon. She also loaned her ;t I!t
its natural the Atlantic and Gulf credit to the St. Louis and Cincinnati Company for six hundred ,- t; J ,
while developing into prosperous growth great resources, of Mexico is to Cuba, to the Pacific tl
and giving fair opportunity to every section to bring into activity its over the various crossings of the Isthmus, to Texas, to New Orleans, Texas made a direct grant of nearly twelve millions of acres of thousand dollars. 6 i; ::41 ;

peculiar advantages, would draw together in closer union and fraternity Mobile and Apalachicola., the three leading American ports on the land to the Pacific R. R. Co. Baltimore lately endorsed the bonds of the Baltimore and Ohio :

the extremes of the State; and in accomplishing this, the Board! Gulf. The crossings to the Pacific, are made: and to he made at Illinois gave as a bonus to the Central R. R. Co., works upon Railroad Company for five million of dol1 ''i

has Ktlll kept in view; the duty to make, as nearly as }possible, equal Chagres, at Hondutas, and at 'Fehu: utepi'c. It is capable of demonstration which. the State had expended two millions of dollars. The same city also endorsed the the Connelkville R. R. ,.,, r;


general fund. i nearly every material instance: the shortest and quickest, from the Baltimore: 2:, further bonus of 850,000::; to die Baltimore and Susquehanna her bonds to the North-western Railroad. Company, (in Vi) for ii' F r

There !ia no portion: of the Union more advantageously! located, bvKcrvgraphical I Atlantic to cither of those points-Cuba, Chagrcs, Honduras, Tehu- II. R. Co., as an inducement to agree to a consolidation one million and a half of dollars, and the Baltimore and R R ; :
into the Northern Central R. R. of for the better business Co. loaned its by guaranteeing bonds for the same .;
position, for profitable investment in Railroad enterprises, I antcpec, Texas, or the! Northern Gulf port(! can he made through Mainland, cret Comp l'
than Florida; nor is there one upon the development and J jw>pul.u... t;'i...:.r.. ..,;?? AIB nr nthor of the r>orts on the Gulf reached liv our < advantag-: of Baltimore." for one million dol.lrs
of which such improvements would tell1Ui a ..oro oonuUe effect. : system, for debarkation, according to tlie point 01 Ul"&uu.u..W Cn Even. private companies make such aids in pursuing their own in- The city of \ Tennessee, guaranteed bonds of the Est ,'.1
Our climate is unequalled in the Union for its moderate and equable of course, with the returning tides to the Atlantic. ICICOl.The Tennessee and Virginia Railroad to a considerable! amount j
Michigan: Central R. R. Co. offered a bonus of two hundred 'Jl1 logo pit- ..- V- "* from the State Lands because .
temperature and general hcalthfulness. Every portion of our soil is 2. In respect to trade. The Gulf of Mexico is a common bash. makes -- .N
Canada R. R. Co. if would it them ad between tlie I
thousand dollars the creditor
Hiluxl' ; to some industry productive of wealth; extensive forests, or expansion forming, through its tributary rivers, and its connections to they completetheir and affords a larger itn-l'ne than the mode uf"" ana me ruml 1 i, i y

abounding\ in ,valuablerood; unlimited natural pasturage, capable the natural recep'acle! for the products of the largest area of producing road at a certain time.of aid: 1 the Board did But tIle Board! b.sis finally ad upon a mode of aid bprDtOn'l-l i.t) q

j of supporting numerous herds of cane and horses, throughout all the country that is to be found anywhere in the Fame pace upon Not deeming this mode necessary, not adopt fication of the last mentioned, and affording a larger basis for aid to ; !lt ,h
seasons!, without the aid of the agriculturist ; and extonuvo bolts of the globe. Tin population which is to occupy the Valleys of the it. Tlii, however, may bo an appropriate place to say that they recommend the ,:.4 .
Companies, namely : L
agricultural lands, of fertile and durable quality, l bearing, in large upper and l\lw .Mississippi\ : of the Ohio, of the! : Amazon and its tributaries ) the grant of alternate sections where the Roads pass 4. A guarantee of only the interest of the bonds, and a requirement t. ;; ;

comparative: yield, the richest staples-Upland and Sea Island Cottons and the surface of Texas, Mexico, Central America, Cuba through State Lands, to the extent usually granted by Congress, and from the Company to deposite with the Trustees of the Internal ,4 %+ t

Sugar, and fruits of all the latitudes. We have an extensivesea and the!) other West: Indies, must! in process of time, reach! inconceivable with such limitations as will prevent any title passing until the Roads Improvement Fund, annually, a sufficient amount to a sinking -t

coast, abounding\ with valuable fisheries, and indented with flufingt > number: producing an amount of annul wealth beyond any are made. fund, that will cover the of the bonds at compose maturity. A t -I;
of consideration for benefit
commercial harbors which the South affords, both Atlantic and thing heretofoio known ; most of which must pour into this com Tlie principle upon which this rests is of half princpn will do this ia the i.
payment one per cent. case ,h t
rendered to the value of the State Lands, by the enterprizeand slm-annua
general
(;nl(; Yet, with all these blessings from nature, our progress and mon basin.: bonds t

development has l been Any tardy. When to this is added the vast. productions of the Pacific Countries hazards of private investment. 'thirty-five year this at seven it is per recommended Cl'nt that the lands bcr l:

Tliii: suspension of growth has been owing only to our failure in a- I which, by Canal or roads, must seek the Atlantic through the The State Fund will l he more than recompensed by the making of vested accomplish in a Board of Trustee purpose,, consisting of the (Governor, Com Ptreller'Freasurer .- .

vailingourselves, with due diligence, of another and marked natural advantage I same bank; there is no appreciating: the value of the commerce the Roads, if this grant should help to induce their construction. and General, and shall a property, r. .-

: -that: of geographical position. With one shore upon the which. it will supply. For a large part of this commerce-much more Whatever increases! the lrnrrallJro'1JCrily, and opens new avenues of to called the Internal Attorney Improvement Fund. That compose this HO $'.
industry, enhances the general value of property ; but Roads have, b ln tao
of distribution and of it than
broad Attantlccoiifrohtingthegroat] marts consumption our system can accommodate transit through Flori t
lands affix make sales )
in the of the .
charge care prices, adopt o
influence the value of real
for Southern an J Western staple!!, and on the other the greatest ha. da will be more convenient and more cheap, than by sea, or over any besides, a direct and powerful upon es ble plans for drainage without ('lcracMn upon the cash funds, invest .. r, i

wn orcomincrcial: supply which I the globe presents: ; these two seas di- land line outside of our limits.It tate.In the proceeds of the lands s.'l e proper securities, .t' '
commenced her Railroad the i\'est
f videdLy an interval so narrow, compared with the Stlt'sorth of us, is an undoubted truth that commerce will settle itself in those! 18-11, when Boston enterprises also the sinking fund, direct the payment of interest it falls .4, j!
that we may claim to hold from nature the key of connection between channels which offer the cheapest' and at the same time, quickesttransport total: r.ssc-Ferncit: of property value in that city was ninety-eight millions and such other duties to-be a committed to- .1 .
thousand six hundred dollars. In 1850 perform n may b proper
them with' Atlantic side and other considerations one hundred and six .
; one of the finest harbors of the upon one affecting commercial value being them. .j

with a series of noble bays and'harbors upon the Golf, each more or less equal. Tried by thin. test, it is certain that a great and enriching when the Railroads were in operation thousand, it was two hundred hundred and and fortfour sixty When twenty miles) of road on any part of the routes indicated ; ;

convenicutj, to one or other important stream of trade or travel; we portion of the vast trade with the Gulf of Mexico must pass over our millions'd'oUars, six hundred and this and forty-six l Roads, eight the total cost of which)- has been graded and the cross ties prepared and delivered 'on the ;i ti ;5
J have ) of connection to draw through the lines. The Board do not with% to swell their ; was produced by
only to open suitable avenues report, by entering upon ground, it is recommended that the Company be authorized to issue'
; millions hundred and thousand nine hundred
was thirty !!, two forty-four .
State the the world has ever detailed comparisons with other and land but HI
greatest' tide of commercial intercourse water routes, they are running years, and bearing an interest ;
seen, and to bring our'State into the relation of a center to the social satisfied that the position they assume will bear the most rigid scru and tWl'ntJ.six dollars. coupon bond seven tir, f\"e amount of ten thousand dollars Do ,
In Mobile the assessed value oryear millions in per per
rose fire one
property i ,. t
!and commercial connection of a large portion of the Union; rendering tiny.No after the Mobile and Ohio Road was commenced.In mile, in payment for iron and equipment, and not to be valid if applied II .
it thus field for the enterprising of all classes-agricultnml inconsiderable circumstance in of ,
inviting determining advantage
an New York City, in the period of five years, from 1845 to 1850, to any other use ; and that "the Trustees of the Internal Improvement -u
,'commercial and mechanic. i our routes conducting the business of tie Gulf basin is that
nono
I Fund be to certify said bond that the 2
the value! of real estate fell from two hundred and fifty-one millionsto authored upon
That the avenues necessary to this purpose have not heretoforebeen of the points at which the produce now collects are suited for a two hundred and forty-nine millions. Since then, the Erie Railroad interest will be paid as of the funds in their trust, if not pro :"' ;!

!, opened, has been owing to the limited resources of cash capital large foreign commerce. Galveston admits less than 12 feet, the : has l been and the assessed value of real estate for vde for by the Company, and when the iron has been laid on the ;
completed
at the command of our people, and the inability of the State to Mi.-eissippi:! only about 13 feet, and not more than 10 feet can be car. 1 1853, showed increase of sixty-two millions over the assessment of twenty miles, and a further of ten miles has been graded Jj '::
contribute their construction. Tbe time has come now when, in vied to Mobile at high water. lengh
to above seventeen cent The ratio of increase and the cross ties delivered, a issue of bonds in satno ratio .of
the
tbe opinion of the Board, it is in our power to stimulate an early contraction The difficulty of conducting foreign commerce from New Orleans, in real previous and personal year, or was about per equal. to be made, and so on in successive Sections of ten miles. ?M

of the necessary works, and we owe it to ourselves to put may be illustrated by the facts stated in a memorial to Congress by In Louisville, in 1818 property, die value of property was a little over four- To ensure the due attention: of the Company to the payment of S; l;

the State at once upon its career of progress. the Chamber of Commerce a few years since. It is therein stated millions. that she commenced a system of Roads. the interest! it should be made the duty of the President and Board J ra
During
"' The State consist of 500,000 of that within the last few weeksnearly have teen year
the
the of acres been
forty ships
means at disposal agroundon 1853: five after die asSl'sse"alue of had risento of Directors, under suitable to present a sworn statement ; ,
In ,) property
(
land, selected at an early) date, in bodies of:320} acres, and their pro. the bar, for various periods, from two days to eight weeks, some ,millions.years every six months of the pnalIe. of the part of the road completed I

" ceeds; and an amount of Swamp Lands, likely to reach the quantity of which were compelled} to throw portions of their cargoes over In thirty the last annual report of the Pacific Railroad Company in Missouri and the expenses of working recepts maintaining it, and to pay r ':'I

of 10,000,000 of acres. A portion of the lands of the last de. board, and others to discharge cargo into lighters before they couldbe into the Treasury of.the State, subject to the order of the Trustees,
scription are not of present value\ but other portions will have large got through the Channel, occasioning heavy to the they sav }
expense It It seems Here a place to observe that, in its effects upon the amount of interest payable upon the bonds issued, j if the net receipts *
value for agricultural purposes and for lumber and naval stores when goods and straining and injury besides proper
great involving
pecuniary will the said interest besides six '
,
ho of lands adjacent to the line, die Railroad is accomplishing pay dividing per among
price c(1t.
IJ penetrated drainage. by railroads, or reduced to agricultural adaptation by. losses which cannot be estimated at less than $500,000." quite as much as was ever predicted or promised. The value has the Stockholders, upon the amount paid in by them. the uet ,> vR

N'e have thought it beet to At the time of the grounding of the steamer Georgia, Capt. Pore been at least trebled. Lands which recently were held at one receipts do not amount to so much, then the Company should be required .; t
] recommend the of these U. S. N. draft the
concentration ter, prepared a representing of the
appearance in half of the the
to fifty cent. net
dollar and fifty cents, are now held at ten dollars acre. Those pay per or one earnings,
means a of I per
a upon system improvement having reference the bar of the River 1C 1852 which
to wants Mfcsitisippi May was publishedby '
, } remainder divided Stockholders.
to
which held at dollars, have been sold at one hundred dol- among'the I.Insarrangementis
of general as well local were thirty b
commerce
as necessity; for the growth ofV order of the Chamber of Commerce of New Orleans. The.
explanation made '
Stock
: b
to of
"' the State in population and wealth being thus lars. Those which were but lately bought for three hundred dollars, encourage subscriptions, ) enabling persons
\ tho means necessary for local connections most and rapidly developed printed with the draft stated as follows: have been sold for one thousand dollars. There can hardly be a limited estate to take and hold Stock, as well as to favor the Conn t,

V would soon be produced.The trnjirotements VESSELS ON NEW ORLEANS n\JL. doubt) that the enhanced value of lands through the district of country ties in the subscriptions hereafter recommended to b authorized.n .-
very
system we recommend for aid consists of a Railroad between Ton Bale Cotton. Value. Detained in which our Road is bid, already considerably exceeds the estimated case the Internal Improvement Fund should be require to pay j

tqtVater.. of Escambia Bay find the St John's River at Jacksonville Middlesex, 1430 4500 8160,000 40 days. costs of die work, as far as located. Another perceptible effect I for any deficiency of interest, the Company should be required tadelver ,I; :r

t:J with an extension from suitable points on the line, to the waters Desdemona, 025 2200 80,000 35"Winchc is a renewed spirit of industry and enterprise, and the develop- to the Trustees stock in the Road to an equal amount. .

of 6tAndrewh Bay in West Honda, and the St Mark' River in -tl'r, 1475 5800 205,000 83 opment of our resources. In the interior, it has attracted new settlers guard the fund from being called uIgo'n to pay int'rrt before .

Middle Florida; and from Amelia Island, on the Atlantic, to theCaters Progress, 1400 4300 105,000 45" and occasioned the entry of large quantities of public land." the iron is laidl the Company should be required to deposit the first '

i of Tampa BAY in South Florida, with an extension to Cedar Goodwin, 000 800 60,000 8 An instance is lately stated in die United States Economist, as being I semi-annual instalment of interest at the time of receiving the bonds, "
die of the editor, of who invested and should be obligated to lay the iron the sections for which
fay in East Florida ; and to connect the country east of the St. Montreuil, 600 2000 70,000 7 within knowledge a person his upon
Johu't with the and thai to comprehend that section more Liberty, 740 2000 70,000 5 days.. earnings for sane time in land, in Illinois, which he offered in die he bonds are issued within the current six mouths.
sysiem, .
fritj iajiaWmfita I we recommend also the construction of a Canal to Str. Georgia, 2500 end for twenty thousand dollars, but without success. The Central To guard the Internal _Improvement .'unc from loss, tbe bonds so
it and he at offer of issued should constitute a first lien road
connect Indian Rifer with the St John's. -- Railroad passed through "was hesitating an one upon euipmtnt depots,

These improvements, with roads from Macon in the direction of Total Cargoes, 795,000 hundred and twenty\ thousand dollars. warehouses, workshops and franchise, with, IllitaLlc provisions for y ;
few instances out of similar thousands in illustrationof enforcing the lien in case of default
Cedar and and Other Value of Vessels, 705,000Or These are 1 ;
Key from Penaacola to
Wore eattefn. Montgomery to some the effect of Railroads upon the value of lands in their vicinity.The To render the roads of certain usefulness to the State,the leading
'point. all the desirable
Iieifor a or'oar', system, will complete aggregate value of property detained $1,500,000 Boal, therefore, thought that the enhanced value to the fund, >articulars' in theirconstruction should be specified ensuring, first

( prosperous system: the construction of these.Roads, would well justify the contribution class roads ; and a uniform and arrangement tough-
by guago fo
It .
wUl be
foaDdlJ reference to the that County in the It is added in a note to the above table that many other vessels ;
map, every under this head and it be ,well to to the trains, required.
State.*,Dbe, more! or less within| convenient( reach of the ayatem ofto.ad than' those above were aground at the same time, awaiting a swell Proxed[ ; may reserve holl b
< do the in the of future charters It perceived under the proposed! there bono
So far the State die power to same case not wi 'tht system can
as State
afford aid these from Southeasterly gales.
for improvements,
may ultimate the fund fur the roads and
r ailing vithin the system now propos probable ; appurtenances
the fi.n'fita.'aD. have been : Mobile better circumstanced for In
i It
: Nor heavy
as commerce. a
the different
equally dispensed to sections
2/By subscription to the Stock of the Companies, would certainly be worth the cost of the iron and equipment pro-
as would be easily: practicable ; and to each section of the memorial from the mayor and citizens of Mobile, lately presented to deemed unadvisable for various reasons. To the idcd for .
place
State is afforded an that vessels of draft have to lie 28 miles This was ,
opportunity to develop the growth of a harbor Congress, it is stated heavy would the fund he inactive; if the
of'cOmtneree State and individual stockholders upon just equality, it would be Nor long : roads proved profitable -
within Its owialimit&. and loaded and there of
below the are discharged by moans
city
to for die Stock in cash, and it was not believed a ; for if tho wads were able to pay the sinking fund instalmentand
t. :In: dnpUn g a system it "'as.necessary to ascertain if we possesilMn ligtltera.rnai.. charge of lighterage oily) is shown to have amounted necessary sufficieit amonnt pay of cash capital could be derived from the lands to the interest upon the bo'ld!, by investing the sinking and Interns .
ourown borders, suitable harbors, the two seas, for to 82"27,000 on the!' commerce: of the previous season This is with their
t ht upon Afford my useful nid 'to the Companies at present. Besides this, if Improvement Funds accumulating interest, in.the guaranteed.
eomm atiG.n +*f, he commerce' which would pass over our not the greatest loss. The memorial enters into a calculation to the ultiuate avails of the land should prove( inadequate to cover the .bonds, it would not be very long before the fund would bo

"""ta' lot'btbe', 4t would he necessary fo point our improvew'UbUs show the damages done goods and produce by the:necessary transbipmentl aruonntof Bonds issued to raise tho cash for subscription, the State, 'u.nde control of the State. To expedite,this resylt il1igbt bt pny
to eonwnfobi *' tbydem e< of our IIfi.ri.lfrin'g nod concludes that ,cotton at Mobile, is injured to the. n- would have 'vided that'after road shall for five
date.. under tic inhibitions of Constitution. no means nor : a e nseCuth' ,,pay to ?kk-.I
,4' mount of one eighth per cent per pound in comparison: wIlla shipments' .eArs.




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t fu'uU.utelnirr.t, ihc intom t Pfioiiii bo.drd: dt bf f < !uiKn Jof JTF, Deecuber'2'1.-'t' 1 lie iuK-1:& i: ;; \v.iivcil, Mr. Fil-ir, f urbuu.t e.wpafera !. Dem '*
;u: j a < < lhc tiO nppoite'I for sucli the srorc t>f 1 1i' t xr-1'' : rionJi* Lad locution of tire
citier CLi.t. to 1Ik! iit*>fKl.; >i.Jor*, llic *-:fte t>hniil.i be j\t\ liK-ity! 1 toipv to jrexious flP1iC, pretcntcd the fuIiti lug minority rcput : meeting oilth3 Pr'-" i-nmediatily t adertl.e solution; omcwh.it ti e nJvai.l'ge of the WL-j** Strt'ntt. Heniary: of Learning at -y !j.laia3Se j.
ant !
; llie accruing iiM-'mt t of the ln'cri.t: I'r.mi fioiii Select (. onin.itee to hon nfened ; ?, was lost in the ycnale on Thar&dsy
_ : :! luij.romix-.il; fuoiur T.I-J unvIeiEigi.cd taI : xva of said Corporation; effectual measures thaJl aid i(1a '- jernowaiii' Leg31.aL'ute sav .iper, R3
w cbji'ds so Imijj ns iho io.do conti.to to nntl'.e in- uf J. W. Pi.t'tfM.n of tic City I Key West U-g* last'by a vole of 10 ta G.
: 1.e tame the Petition: \ u- be taken by the Directors last appointed and lr.nl a iLlit to tI-. to i.v .itu'e & scrutiny iu'o the respective

F ( Ofl1. !le.'ivc I to present lic* ienons xvlili-li: induced him, and t! ccon.lcra- acting for closing- all the cnne-crns of the claims" tf the two papers, arid tlattcru. Aibii1 abolishing tu c Supremo Court

ft forihcr UH': to to! ir.lcrcs'hieh llu1 ftate fund \\iil have tioii, ns he nndeiKtood tliein! xvt.ich prr: mpte i tie! Commi>;e to report Cotnpar.y, and for dhi ling the Capital Slock tiny; eau4ed-lLeV6Clc to prepo.il*fi ia uur favor ire appellate duties en tlio andimpx5suig

I 1 i ;vise 'ur.-ctsof the loads, :i rid! :i \\ < 11 to mnnt-.In their prufitabb-ricrs; : rg.-iir.st the afo.v. ai I Ptthi.in, and: by p-jrmisnon the their final netiioii Circuit
e and! which then icir.ain, aiiHHig cannot nee jnitirf-t iltnouneing
profits nny which Lad the
i Judges, passed Senate
: :15 1I niaW fully tiihut.nry to oar tii el.ij'triC'il tl.o ,
uk.-mtngi'ous) WM
perfjrajit.UMl REPORTS : tie! Stocl.liolders:! acconling to their usjectixe ll.e |;nmi.-esi n* th.it of en "u'wcrt'pu'iHS pit ty ma-
position, of th State, it ia i iccuunu'd.-d ihnt vnncttnentlio defeated ia the Iloute on Thursday last
an : '* by jV
lI interest" jorit1. We have yet l-> learn tbvt: the om .k>n, on
1 mude uhicli will these fom the Ti.e. of tlo Water RijMs at Key W.st b-in- t t'ic'_ poptv -
) socuie r.mte* : danger f JM.1'nvs .-.! Cr'lSiiOfl recommend indefinite post onement. We understand
J In COChIifl) Connnittee (heart of the IK-n.eicralFtf Tarty. t give p.itiouajje tht-
the.vjrtJPintion yoT.r {
; which the trail towards ten heiiavn I of t'.u- , by propcily
e Milling : ii! jht itiK-cl the of Afr. Lofl *Senator
it dirt that portion of raid Hif! 'An to a thut w kt-pt tp f-r i.o other purpose thant speech frBjg
paper j
of; tie! Commi'.tee ina mueh deemc uniieecesary! to ex- ,
urn While it wouKl not heroine us> to lefuse ti tomnivrce atraiiMt : as they
Act to provide for the irtvestnu nt of a portion t breuk duwn and exttrmiu.it: that very party, i is County, against the passage of the biHfoj( i
being o infoiinallypresen'od.
I -L! ttiiougli our HwiU, it is still r.lloxvable! h duo irgaul to tlip press an opinion) in rJition! tiert'to, the n'r > ;
of tho Common School Fund by the Comptroller ; trtatuig: its pn>prittor willi iiijm'icr illit/tra/i-y\ tie Snatpr waa niaiswjrabla. lie
)'it interests of tio! tftite, to fceotire, as far :a is ir.ny ho cmsUtositvlt'a I tii
_ _ the general interests and zghts of trade, the benefit cf cur jtoii- Which inf.irmality ronsi; ta of the otlloxxing: point : of this State, and for edher purj o e.s' or i* zn exhibition of uncrir'! *.'<''!!'nc'S I t' Otl.crs poslton: tfiit the General Assenbly, un

F lioi: to tie advantage of our ouii'pcoj.le. Our ncighbori.State!! of The Petition piirpo t > to be in fi"half of the City Council but is be stricken out may nee differently from us, but wt have not U y.tbtni Cons'itution, 'had no 6'oJ

______ Iro'gi.1; : has laid down, nt the 1 hct fission: of her Leji-l.it; :ret the merely Turned ly J. \V. Potter, M;)yor of the City ol Key \\'fsl, in Committee With the recommend foregoing the amendment?,of your the aMe to discover !the ceiisurr.blt-nt-JS! the act. secondly thit the ;LegfeIature ptrwer could

_ 1,1 jule of' her goveinnu-nt: upon this juiiit, ii; the!> fIoving! words : lohalfof; City Council!: ; whrrea! *, to propeily 1 rell'ct the wishes of passage Hut this writer says it vras c )Itrary to proeedentIleietofure not j.

There is nothing (says her ('ommUtec) illiberal or st-lnMi in the tie- the City Council, it t-houlJhaxe; been pioperly certific l by the Jlerii Hill. Respectfully Eubmitleel, ," i he continues, it has leni the ctistom fur pose, without extra compensation, which tht

tLTiuin.-.tion of (voorgia to seize upon those gifts of! nature ant:lahounteons of raid Council as a /rii transcript ot! the proee '(!iigs: of a regular rrndjovrnt'd I). PROVKiN'CK, Cli.ii.-maR. one House to give its Pi iu ting ttt thc Flor'dian, nnd bill did not propose to allow, additional and

l. IViiidencehich! B'cni to have: been so cxclu;iv< lj her meeting oftlje: Counci1', in order to give it due weight as the other to the Sentinel-the pnrty in tire majority diLl" rent dories oh fflvs Circuit Judges, from

y own, and by llu-ir pi operand judicious use to teem for her own such.The ; ileciding liich press .liould' !>:ITC the preference of those they were chosen to discharge. W

: L( jti'oj.l1* the greatest j jo;Mhe! advantage.: >uci determination is in noMJC underfilled does not hesitate to snjas his belief, that J. W. 1iian j.orua.LP Ho'ises. Tl. se who know no better might iufcr ,
that Mr Long will write out his
r' Mcomnatihle! with her politic.il! or soi.il relation: to oth! < r Porter rirned tho same, but hexonld hesitate to legi-late or rrcommcnti }| from 'Lij that it ,'.ns IK"O tie! "e-jstom" \\\"ig\ Le- hope; rernl1

: 1 Pistes or thtlr itihahitants; ," and they q-ioe: appio\i:. Jy :te!: rrinaikof I liJ':%tion ipon a matter of such grave: inpoitance: comhp: i in: .___.. #--- % ..,-. '- .- gin'atnrc** to practice l.kratowards! the Demo. asnl furnwh- them for the press.

(lovernor IJigler of I'ennsxlvania, I in! his las-t Me sage to the LoMttuto corjfiiotxiih! J.irge pnxate iitriestsr.c! (tie Petition it't1 li fliour, wl.cntlie : TALLAHASSr.r. : erat-c" FlfritKem. Tut i is tint eo ? ?o Lr (rum it, '_-

..: t 4 ; that where no piincijle: of cornrneiro \i.il.ited, i: i is the ( y i'. e 5 < n.)-' :;: tIc ii\'i'ir.r! ] to appear, by proper r.ntl.entie.tion. crcidyiuce! our sole meetion witli it. tLt *'1T* The AlUgator 4drer1Iser had editorial con-

.:. v. right fid duly of tic! Stale to turn her naturr:] r.d vantages to the as 'tie h-jjal actor even \\ iIi of the '_'i'y Counri1, or :!'zirn'zli|| them of Sa1nrtyDecm1erO, IS.51.Rcpoit dian. !has bi-cn prescribed by that pai ty. Tvo jtCCJpgo ; Libations in its last issue from the pen of Mp.

jiromoti'in '' v.Len there was a large It--mocritlcm..j< rity P Jre\v kte of the Jaclsonv2fe 'Republican.fc'peakttrr ._....
i iig: into th'! bearing of these viev.pu> quote them RSortl.v; to h* a scope for iudixidua's to give expn-fsion to tluir j.iixMle xi ws and of the Beard of Internal Improveratnt. the Lrgitature! and we v.e-e u-g'-d tj r.cc.pt the '1ection of Mr.
con'.Idorcd.To %%-isI! ('); sis the xiexxs and xvi-hes) I f the people tlu-y rnny, under rertiin of tit; Yulec to tie
I'rh.thiij ('f l Isth II >ucei, bit; positively; declined, Low
ind-ice r.n e.-iily con truc-iinof the road, ii : Lit, )l.p jT rti>Ud eiicMnsta'ices, be eiilithd to lepresint ; too iittidi llh'ra fl.owii by'Vh'mpm'.er! ; to-
that no Conipiny photiM h entitled to llip ?*'iiirn.e<>(l \ond? for anviinit ; the Fafejji'.nrd o!f pi oof, by authentication of [proeeed5n! of a Oar Traders will find tl.is import.ir.t e'ocu- 'ity was to late popalaf fMV.
\vniJ-s ? it kwri to tl.eui: that intonstqifncc Politically, according ,
us Alth"iTi; ) wn i ,
of! their route not constructed! nithin li\e xui's from the: date of Homd >tabli-hed; I by laxx-; and provided x\sti! means for the proper met: i ii: or.r paper of to-e'ay. The bjert on YtilvC Lannonizcs with a majority of tit
of refa"t! low to Le
our <> oir name
the Act, and the Companies tnuK'itaUng >!nMil.l he reijti'nvd to con aiithentie.-rion%) : iifjlu-ir Uval pro\cdin =. 'Lii'li it treats i i.< rif of rue-- itereti:: as to sr- e-Ie-cturs of the State and the
Krrli-iil be ; poiatof
of lh. upon
l tliMi to
iuei1, the >rictor was
tlieir work hy miles \viihn The rrdi-rii riifd tully jeeogsd/ts the light of petition: r.'ni w >uld rr"l
ii nce radinjj twenty t twe vears. ) for the ieritaI. Tl.eHo.rd both award him
< ure report a general ; Democratic Site Prli ability, parties larije conctvfelon -
.d tcr to that
eect a
by boJr,
It will be peipciml that Inr bonds! are :11'ivt.I l to bear a n'.nxiniiiia not hesitate: to piei.t and act upon :1 iy: j-ttiiion! pent !iin bv tliecitiins That he zealous in behalf of the!
if carried1I H material -
interest of tercn per ornt. Of fe\cnty-nix tlifleient Kinds: .f of Key WtbJ, and do all I in:i bis j pd oner I to ;-I1 ii them ay:: :::.(! I rere.mme'id p. svt'-m* which, yet in'e'.sc w as tin Ir opr(.i-itt n to, nnJ so bitttr their interests of Florida 'of its
projected
llni!( >'J l loid.: issijcd( by fifty two I'.iiiVrent Companies, thirteen! pay all lights or piixih-gis of piopeity or otlierxxi-e, b!it s-o informal;: a to eo'iipl--lii-n) will connect, tie -.tm cmn.* of littr.-dcf th>- f'.o. iJi'jti, tIt they nominated Mr.CCs- railroad! i-nprovrnienfs! been fully marifcst. -

r.n i. nil: inteivst of MX per co.t.: fifty the pay t-cvrn j p- r cent, j.evfn petition as that of J. W. Pinter, I bcais upon its own: !: cc its ountondctnnati'in. St".tv> in i bailed of i-.vi, and r-'M' f Honda, by a'ii't: r.s in the Ilfi.se AND TOTIU roc mv TO A \\\* hope tiat! the position to which he

; ;eii-I- j.1 y tight ;j-er cent.: and onejms ten p. r ct-at. Mist of the | 1 i-i! tl.5-8: rlc.p&.et] on :i for.ling of ( ( us.llty with r MAN'. There was Itlfra'ity fur joa Ju-t such! lll'r- i U no'.v again elovated \ ill enable him to exert *

,ttt4:; : J utliern and \Vestein !la Iroad bonds ranrje fr ni roen to ten percent. ) The question as to the ':tate; Ia lug thrt j.iopiiilrr of the x\atrr | t'ie r.ioct pi < itt tI.c. otlie J-f'iti< of the uUlij ns vc h.-tve: nLva! } experienced from that party. nn additional and successful influence ia
pcrous
rights and 1'iiVIgcs' Irom Lizb; tide on the cflDt to tin* di.-tr.ce ofi The "cu'tc'n? eay y-m ? Aye, the "evttom" of
behalf of the thd of
to'* I important projects, want
Co jft i
Ii\-i *>-i.Y' In farther aid of the system, the Doinl reccr.niend: thr.t the Counsi.s i one maiinc leag -eaxxujd," m.y: haxe been fudges'ed 1 before the 1 > lnrarv.* Tho {*v.-.lerurecorr.r.irn'led! eoii'I; the D .:ni>(?ratie pirty to rraetice liberality toward which i h so much feltinour State.

M > thruuylihici! t.e! roads j'Us be :u'hcii/i: S to iub crihc for 1 Committee, xet it ei.i.ld only be eon-iderei! as the espiession of r.noji.i'um ''sL-ts of a Railroad between the waters e-f Ii- the opposing prt? Lit Av hnve Whig members re- -

# Stock( t ti r.n am.vj'it not exceeding oje: half the cost' of eoii tuictii jjrt :), as t the nritt.'id in the pclit'ou: ': xvjre to abide' the determlna1 | C.imb5i Hay r.r.d the St. Johns River at J.iclcsoaullc. ciprocitcd that libvrallty "Answer me that Pi*. Turnip.-Some friend at Stfllepica, Madison

: f art of the rosd which lis wi hin their limits, and thut tie! 1 : whi-ther! or r.n iL! ? -: ii : v/apro] -ily, autlioritatiiily: ar.di : widi an o.\tcri.-ion from ?iii'allp point r County, has sent ua a Turnip that U a

.. j\i ns and Cities at th. tciininal: : : :p<-iit: ?, MI J! on Use route be author* i h'ga11-{ re.-ei.ttd! for action! ; that! being decided in the a. g.itive: ti.e Ion the); lint to the wat.-rp ofS't. Andrew's Bay T! e Jbpvlfican't corrcspomlent takes gpcru! care trifle ahead, on the score of dimension of

i/cd' t.i riil crih? in th-ir ooifoiate! th.-.rarti-r, Mit'ou: ; limit 1.1 ataaunt ; qu'-j-tij.i of vt4'r ii/.ts ien.iieil: : unacted upon.i to n*:tc the fact that the IJoit'"piy* fifty ceuts more ,
inch t'.i of I1.1 iindv-rM neil ti.e ;ji.i We.t rioiida, and ie St. Mark's River in any thing of the sort xve have seen. It is of
amivith the consont nl tinCor.ijianv.. i'i.ivii.-d.) however, in) i { I i'l! (I -n \\ere ront'oilir.p faMii5 per page" than allowed by th> Senate ; and that

: : both case* the fubviiplio i }li.} viuctiuned by tinr>:o r>f a iii.-tjoiity v iiieh! j.tln.ttid! t!' Comn.isti'ei'i: I n jv i irg against the j jwrtition MiMi( *> 1'ioiid.i ; r.nd from Ai.ielii Island, on Dr. Jin -ft Cf Key West, H Whig member, introluel the Dutch species, and measures ticenty*

(If! ihe ltjal '.otz ts i in: Msch ( '< tii.li-! -, ( '!;!.-=. <,r To\\ :( -, \.j nriy voc ; uf.'. \V. l'o: :.%r.nd, lie -e'la'n'!: > ex n ititenUito: lepre-t it that I .IK:* Atlantic- to the \vatrrs eif Tampn Bay in ( a reudr.tlon in the AssTnrily. calling for a Seleet scrcn inches ia circumference.

!jT.tid that if bonds are U?ncd fur t'.ie tiheiiiion. tini'toeh *\\i\\\]\ i:o' t'ie' eili//T.b: ot! Key \\ el '.xert! uiixxiliin to aceej;.t a e-fine\-.r.ce I :Ho::i'j lT rida, vith r.n oxter.-ion to C -drt -mmittee to ii '.itcte inq'sirief a* to the orcaalonfT
ba i.i forth, > oJ Uonds of ; :i.d x.l-.IjK'! II:.:i- e '.," but on tl.e l.nid-! fired in Jacksonville.
asiignabbs except clunky ? : ; :: .j ti! tiny in.jioitant ; ccntraiy Key I.) Il.r-t: 1 1lriJt .ird t to connect tlifronntry t thi* (li rrrpnnev.** 4.C. A ruit!! pifce of B'intomi? Thirty-one grjna were &.
nre cnncelled/! fhnll be 1 I.'IJ: a* n e j.lvalue I t to I rcq'iieor: ui-t.ii.i j.t.y: j.nd ;.!i ligl.U ; : : r. Jone.of Ky We-t.: The C-jinniJt. > Democrats, on Jtcsriog of the election! of ilr. TBM! to

L of th.'in. J It", i itcr.i! of I is"-i.. ;/ i5o-i>, t.ie ( V.-mJii-sor Ciiio'* and h ihg: '> in l.ii j.ov.i-r for ts.e Con.tiea; ho repri"-<-.t---: \I.tts: tie cst of InC St. .i uLus \; ii the system, in mted by tie House in rontrnct wi'.li the Printer np- the United States Secafr.
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prefer tu pai'j ll.u it d'J3 ir. t; !:up : T: 1-J! A-- bvncd 5 ute .iv. -:aiei-< j >it'fiited :.s ii.! 'Xl j.nd pi'.iion: of thii ctt.eo: :.: d i.it I| : ,:.dthu* to eIIcrtl1eIl; that section iiiore fuljly p :
. c.ct, enrrpfd tf two P<"! crats rnd cr.e Wire,
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fro lifl Ivrs of the tix ieer;j-te, citi.er: i.s original | a ti-R or l by asI'nairnt cAly c.f a cilkcn. l'i it-; l'n.fit=, tl.i* Hoard recomm -i.d also Florida-Election of ilr. Yol, .
: b:1: .iLted. i/ (TniVio'frgreel! to alkti.e same rates pnJ two The Le ulature of Florida t>o the 16th iut. 'w.ot
.tl .u.id 1 be fitiilcd ti> reciitc a thaic f .t'tock for
l4 + ; j the ror.-traction of .1 Cr.n.il! to connect Indian t t,1ivor yiars r.go t t.' the! Sentin nnJ the FUridt, and i'inn *l lcii<;n of Unf ted St *T> ,Senalof In plae of

.JzI ;I'4)). 'v r hunkid t1)flr 4'f) ti eeg.iit. J.U1K3 i LflL v.i.h! tl.i--L; Jo.n! I J.pn that! (VnmitJ made ite report, the II,'us- ati.nin'7i' the Hon. Jackson Morton who. term rrpirrt on tlic
'. ': :t : IViis mode of contsi'.i.li: :ly : j the! rt.pf :J.acli'tn <.f H.-ihoaii* iprnctised i- I -- 4i:! of March nerf. The Ifon, D-ind L. Yule.wu?
aid after the Cfutracthad
*! it
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in ncmly ail the .Stitos, cfpftially i ii the \\ .s! ar.d b'utl: !', f-r."..Tf:, IVfKi.'iCr 121*. Mr. I'ri'Viitce, fida tl.o Committee; en i Hero i is >.liiitd! oi.t for the .State, wLtjjr. >T. .iiopted ; chosen < n the firat lullot, receiving XI vote* atpinst
l,"en thus r<.t".fi.-danl, I the Prli-tT was ea;igf 1 in 23 in oppiti We are grauSe I at tbi result Hr.Vul .
ai \ hi? !3t1 alt'nvTi\ \ voiy fav ijcISjl! *. 1. rp-ii: 1 li ir-: made ii:tf Ii!i e uing upon : i .::: : l bc ji.-i'v termt'd o ;;'ffff/ irrKnyilcm, to
$ a .,' I fulfil'-! .j l.L part of it, the n.cnsbtr fion Key Vv'e-t t < e. thoi-gli flill iu tIe prcne of life has had ft long
,,p i1f : The Ilnilrond: Convention of tiie: :'ont ioj.i ;.:Kt ts'terntte. Tl.e Corr.niitue: OM ( '' 'ie ".'ITIS I l.r.vo: had( tinder eon-i i i rr.Jitm: ti.p Feciro' t.e! M'.crewf'il completion! cf which, nf'ftt to lia%( knsn.. as h is presinned to be "a I.uMb! experience and Las been not ccly no nb'e! and
nch! met in Niw Oilcan1' S j in J IF.'i., ij; .r} J-i! \voie : eprerne-d I iJ -i.iiiana .- I waciful! prezen'ative of the intcres'Sof Florida, but
.- :1:1: referred i'j llior1. rn'ii! 4 Virgin! KitJcKy, Tentu *r e, AhLinn, 1 1 >; i J J.i, >Iiirnui, I ; a fiitlif.il and unflinching friend of the South. The
:*. I City of Talha!: v. -, .vt: rt -;>< :. '! 1 cbof and rurrendcrrd Se'ect C. .r>mitt tt-e' or of any otb jr Uxly of nn n t > States will bin Welcome
Rigl.ts give a warm
linii'I.t ilVlly gladly party
o
.' Arkansas, Texas, and (;Jeorgi; ), r-aocd uuatiirnoaJy: llie fulix!! :ir. :
,. .icaul or modify it ilLout; tie C''i.scnt cf both of the Ijuclc t' the IIxl: of the Senate.-CfmtIU*Mtrt+ri,
p '.%r among: oilier Resolutions : j a iir.For.T: I Kit: v.e v.iil nt elctoin the rr-.i-J.--r by, leng'hJcr.cd .
Lee.
Then to what was Dr. 23.Columbia
: Rrtokcd! That it is the rif:! of the pooji-! ', \\ho-evcr: they i.iav"deem i I iL'.t; t1L7 rcr-j.iucd:: tit! the loilov.i.ig provULn be r.dJed toI.Section I Cf-r.n.icr.ls ftom exaniini.; }j the rtcomi i Jones'contracting moti-n parties.? Buntonle, doubtless.purpose Had the -

it piOvr] to FubscrStathiou! h their tnun-i-ipal ajd: 2a i : County Grand Jury Prcsentmen
j-aro I i rn-nd.tior.j of the Boaid for l-lnuelf. They : "* iken the '-
;:: chial eorpo aliens for the! stock of U-4i1rohs cal u1t i to advarei- 1'roier.J. Yea! thi? *sil Ite-iaing Corroraiinii? b-i.iil r.ct ie c.cmrotit cnscrapulom pirty majority: t WLg'sninel The Grand'Jurort Columbia. County, after the
iiTid that the I'.v.c' j-.rjcr.ed? tie matkr in a manner r.t once to its bosom *nd pioscribed the "Demo- business of the term, br leave to that
; : their interest-, IA.ihturcs of t'u1 lin.-i'jit! Mati-s t'i r L>e>5 th-.n ( ; rii tv ; crEoL1.I ordinary iiy
.' % ought by la vr to nuthoiiz? tb 'ir cii'- parishes r.nd ro-.iills to I 'I'll'ruu" nd! t'.I- :-i-' I ''":if.: ':::4< :IM; >'< t.nof t ?v.c lCi.lij 1 : ol.-ar r.rd( p .iiit xl. Tl.ty loot! to S'tjite r.5-', cia.ic" Fiorilia! Bci.corr.be" would have been iI i- having: examined 1 the Message of Lia Excellency GOT.Buooiii .
j. and that branch of it which !
,
make Euch EUu&ciiptions; \xii; diaicd !Isv the u-sj-ittire; inli ltsnts. ;- 4 Ii.1i1 ntin.: i.1ii.i r.i'ji'; Lit :. but; r.t the} f-anif time throw i'.ci guards aroun.! I nored. Insfpid of t-vo dollars! per pag" tiree: might | ludei to Internal particularly Improvement, they take pleasure a k*
\been obtained.! aid asked.Vh
hive
d j -.).- !>):.i (''EnsL,; d in'a i" ii.M.! *'; 3 twir.ty i.idui.luaU." the :i.-iV aa to ] rovei:'. the ossiUiify of lo-r, I[ ro q-iestions expressing the'f unqualified approval of Iii* Ixcellec*

t'i; As contrasted: w iih suhcriiin-i5; : mkbv Stiio J.iar.r, jlanis j Tli? Tin; Setin, a:)}' 'T-t: t.l-.r. liii! -i;;*, prr.vidc-j-, Inr n-tl: eo.l--r.i- auvl iltii ooneideralion we hope will for (1)uLt8 i if 1 1VC dr.t WIh! to be understood as cy's view upon that iubject and tn> t ttuit the Leg
fcccuie
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in t-n the tivca of those who bare isauremav! jrive to tliein Ibat eu'refuland
y et1iitg m patient
UeIt
i
i1.it'y prtfer qne
: ; nny veyve'l : pi'n; that \vhla: thu- 1. : .b Lv ( tor -1h tf the
.* ( ont'i'jJtioa for :i i-late !Joan) i I>- o: cial} tluo-jrh- t t'o' -'ial.% the r.n- i t'ek 0." fii i Ci mp'iv... (: i.i riii--r! V.T.Mrno; : !iina, <4d ti.ru'a! :.'! t'iir; r roir.ir.en'lation.-! f.ivorabls! ccnjJorr.ii.n done thfirV**** to defeat us by reducing the compenattn attention wbkh of the the views 5mp'rtanee let forth of demand.the sijie Tbej f. anj r.Irt'cfu1y hep.itrictism .

)jq ; plication of the fund may lu rei'y jci'.ird 5 ii i IvnoQU: ar.d c.mtuOlrd iitil'i! )! -<5 to bi1 iid 1101.1* tin .Sol.ool i'iri) .f ti.h HitP. i '>Lf Cornnii'tec of the < m"ral AsscrnMv. ; lint *x e l liv ths to .sv. that when a W/t'i; [ ; call! the' attention of Die Legiature to tie
'. iiiluv-ncs in xaljvl-js I n'i'I a Democrat i'iJ the! wrk.. R-* was the cie two Jacko.nv1e! end Pi; uk Road and .eV
by prevailing: : a n-mnvrniteily: > to a hre .ire lu.t pr< prul t ) : < e orlioo of the Kvory vilio Abolition cf tLe OSes of State I nc". the nm..rnt allowed by the IIou e wn ie fully Rsk that on appropriation out p.f'tIs'tnti Internal
}) taxpayers. pcrs-n: p-uts: \\Jtli ;. dollar j ind, or :iny: ,-: oj' i ; ( -_ <. i i-dy! \-l.r:? ii. ; s a f-lirin-h.iM r i i-i ".:.-Jl ,- Engineer'H year ud iait
b
4 ( Mr any ;p-rposo i ii o.id 1 10 \p M uf ; d jnii'li-.iij p' .e inu.'jst, l >-iik.! -. >.li-5 "J it'.ilid[ I t fie: cxc-Tci-1 of urdi- IK'! t-xi !Ii i'jr < olitct- :o I ill now i ending t to abolivi! tha clTtrr- nkr.1 very r .is >n .Ve ; an:1:1 if now discovered! toI. Improvement: or thj.t Itrrnute Fuitd eti'Tf- made. U th> <.Blafe*lands eomplotijn -

: ;"j:: !.' t. Sould !hire a direct rqaixalent. \Vu OIM i--.t expect uo.ii.uitv i.j .l.;! ..V' 4' orr I.L :_ ( : J '; r.j tine f fL : _!___._,..._ ...-.A 4 .. .,.., ,i>_ .Mn :4 ;9 ..i ir-f ii-ore njrrit c aMe! to 1 1 u r .1Ti2; tlie IMIC of thue R.'a X be given to' lie
J .nu._ ._ ._ .-..... .. .. .'i"nna Vi the! fict tint a J> m-crot (1-e > a'7 ths worrc rri-jn fo
j; ny case of tixV.bn or n >;p i' >; :i ito. ; but !liv Couniv ub Mi.' I : Z. -i < t'I' i-i: -j r.<-i >fnLVi.ce' ti.' fc'enato \vi.h due deference Road! f. ?. IIaSflII fl.AI1 I"I." a't %, flu L 4z-L'1' tjpir 11Vttuint .*. : they uppiehend it? pr. i n\4ti /\\uuld bo jt'O'L-rtiiKii j i "i:i\c.-U.-i hrs parcel to any reality in tlc t'iscovery' iseIf-ia other words. ntt nti.>n of our delegation to the-** pre.ennient! .

.: : not without lor-xl i.tre.1 In i'' i i-j-cr s bo is to meet tho litU i i.i niy IJi'iik: that J>
it.The. tax payers who ue to ;:ivtr i the debt, decide tie: nties- < ; ttrci e. \o'ir Ciiuiit'-e: : p-fomnirnd) tit ivervtiii: in h ,l to past.:: One rearon: u.-pjod agai.it; itIaSaZe fir a Derr.ncrnt. the bcervance.-nt LegiLure the io Sabbatlv.th Peoal Lawj arid ia relation.would*
of Jay. they
lion of undertaking the d.-bt ; nnd all the propertyhirh ii > Je inlianced : said Jr'eclion toacbinx t'''" I'fliool I'm/i In Uiickin out, end Ltt' the I will i be 6'i.tlicitrt ; end t.at! i* to be The price pail I by the LgaUt"ure are l/ir. As a rt-spectf'i ly ask that the several lawi on thie subI..sthe

i : i i.ivaluicby thci.npro\enujit, i is brought into fair anJ .*qualcontribution. Jri-clion be mad: to 1 le.iu a< foitous, \ii : Piliiler, as one who orgl.t t > know the value r.f Maova on mn I,as To nir.e it a penal ouVncrj for white
It is tin? < uly 1.1in.? by which! thelmdsof I r.beii- j found i.i the f.it-t tl.r.t, i ii i tfiCV5lcm recomi.icnde tiP hunt or SA oi> the Sabbath dar.
I .Si.e.: 7. ttr further t i"cl, Tiiat *o soon :u the i.ooks of subcrii.tioi wort, we say they r.re Uw-much !less than are person *
; f'.p ; tees, ntid the unsolJ lands of the I'uilid Stt.-5, t-o far as they miy | t > the (_\-t.iial| ; tIck of iid Hank .s-hali Lv.e I ivcn C1et], l by tar I !Internal Improvcir.t'it; Hoard.if p.iTl Lv any otl.tr Southern State fur similar services.j They feel! that 11 tendering to hit Ef.xmr, JodjeForwurd.
their thaki.! they but the timoluneoin
.:!; ; : become p'ivatt' propojty before tlie bonus arc discharged, can Lc I it j-hall; l b:2 tiie
.:1 made to boar its d'ic jcojiostiun cf llie burthen.Tiie notice tii .ef i'l one uJ* tin* nev.hj aj.er.s; j>rited: i.i ti-!: (-i.v of Tall-i- disposition to do, tlie senioes of such an ofll- t. r cf the riond.on sevcrat years ago at a time that they confer upon his Honor thereby Botbiognv

p.1i:4: course ii cloaily a j'';sl OP.: In n recent disca! son* of thotubjcct I liassee, inbioli uoiiee) they ulrill! !5gnatu the day po.i \..bih the immense when ftl1" r aid materials cost constdernbly ksa thin re than i* well merited.
Journal! devoit-d to K.i"oad! nnttcrs the! cerwillbcimJNpfncable.'in; amount And to our fellow citiit n.James 31. Brfker. E'q'v.
by a subject is well I second i'i! t.-iliiK"it! nptititiid Caj iulill Income! p.-uabl. ; and tiie and ougLt them only jutt and, reasonable.
: A in the folio! tnns nf woL, in: tliat \fti-m, liresonted wing :
5otic.thall!
; said Co iinii.: at the s-tme time and! in (the s.-nne manner, Siuce they were eta.Jibe !, Lowever.cverytlingused expression of our confidence and appreciation of

"livery person ,in a contnui.ily li\ingr.cara Ilnilroad: i isber.ifittcd appoint a ilay, r.tlea-t twenty day*, from the date of mch notice, OIl I-igineer.! Tliose who favor the abolition of about a Pi inting Office Las ri ed iu value, and as a biro, aud we trnat'that botli'Le and 'hi* Honor BUT

1Z4 nearly in prnpoilion) to the rnnousit: o' j.lopcily be po-scsscs. It is v.hiclijhe kholders of mid Hank are to meet in Tallahasve: for the t llice cr. the score of economy, had bet what was but a respectable compensation long live to be useful W. B. ROSS '

i just therefore, that the benefit and b'ltden, should correspond with the purpose of ik-rting tliirkeii IJiitrtors for the jiirprte ofnunnging ter look before they leap. Abolish that consequence then, is now very moderate. The ra1tin" attempted ti i foreouun.'M'Lane's .

oach othvr.'iit.n a Itnilioad i is built ly i'ldiviluil cnntiibation, a tie! luiO.'ic.-j: of said Rank ; and it sliall! Worm
innrcourbe olliire, and uly upon the emplojnient of others on the Senate, afttr a Printer bad been fairly Verxnifiig*.
m Jew ni.-ilie all the sacriflcoj*, v.l.ile tlw gicat mass r.\np all the bcnc i the duty of fcai-1 Coinini--ii., ners to tal\<- tlie
ii'--f.--irv niea- elected by the unscrupuleus party majority" in ty The following order show at one the de
the duties that heI
f. fit. JS'ow; it often happen* tint! t.osv! v.ho are the best jiblu to t' '' bonk to dich8rZe heavy and excellence __.
contribute : urt'-; f.jr: pn oyii"g : u.Cci.ry inta>:ues platiV, \o., that body, brought down the fifty cents per man'l for the of tbU great medicine.
xj towards a Ilailioad: il'j tte Joat. They Lava an ab.indanceflltcady requi.-ed for the uj.en.Jioris of w.M IJank ; :i';d at t.i! > nu'Js'ii; of tie I gitist'ly: I bilofg to a Ftnte I Iligt.iecr: connected puce West" Certificates have been so multiplied in favor t>/tiVermifuge /'.
here Jonee of can
:$$ and the Jloadis nol iiice.i-ary tolluir abundance: : or means tockhoK't-rt! *, it itIiii! bt* lav.fid Jotjlnm to J pioec-ed i ini.iiiiatily loi l with the prIso.ed: s\s tiin, and I we predict learn page: ; 'an- the just occasion of the Dr. discrepancy"Key between the inor that we consider it unnecessary to add

of comfort or | least-re. Thy bi-lit-vc; tie: Iload mast ami'.till be i the tl-'eliin) of the Di.ietontfesaid f : z.n.f i i a pltii.lj'y! of the \ ( tes that the expense to the State will I bo ces paid by the two Houses. It was all owing to the any' BoOt1tLz, lad.June 1 8)1.Yojjr .

built, \\hcther tlioy take: bold or ir>t, and that tijc-y can receive -.11!! I given! fhall I be' rifuitx'd)| to make an tleclii.n 1 ; anI: the! Li cetors then allowed that otliecr.Viil pr Muta J.Eidd & Ci,.
the .
double salary now tict that the "rat'ins" was only tried on tfct
.:; itT: the advantages to be dCIVLJ 1L0U! .1, WitIWUt kiug coinpelld to make tlectd t-ball be capable; <>f fwinjr, \tyirtne of nc-h: ilecti-m r.ndaftpolntni'iit game agent, when tere, .ft'witb cs
t ; millions of acres of State Land to be Sera!a. The iou5ebeing allowed to do a* it pleased, dozen send 12 doxeo 41 do not
incur ihk.
tiny Laeriflee, or Z1fl) 1i 0111%' V ) tii 1mlc! stca! men ) until the lirst Monday; in January iic-\t cnsuiiig the line 12 quickly more aa
I- (::4JldtIiJUtC to ft!) ( flterpe, I; t tt thcir prnjc ty by thc gtmeril of, fiich! flection, and r-iial! revive from the CJdinii.i-t-inners, the moIKV Furrendeud( in alternate sections and! to benuele was lift to pay fx Democrat what had been given to.Wt.ig a wunt to get out of it ; for w consider tit*Wt Ver
in former Thia i ia the whole secret of it. mifuge ever used .in tiii* part of the country.
01Cc of the cnirnuuitv.Vhen: lierefore, nu eniire csunniuiiiv zire \vl.i-'h i.iay have been: rtedrt i id 1 by them! togetlur S 5tli nil! books, : the br.su of extensive railroad enterpriH'S year G. P. & J. B. BU1SPET..

; equally benefit ted by a llailroad, :ho most tquitabL mode of raisin" p.ijn.rs) ) Art*., beloogin; ; to said Hank, and shall! take the necessary ; ii is mi, rai.le ecenomy! to be hr.gglir.g: an:1:1 we fiirnnh the inf>rmati"n in advance, for thebenefit For sale at all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee, sad

; .ii4ifA: the necessary n.ean?, is to nuke etvry person( contribute according in ?aire':? to put t'u'! f-ai l JJank into operation: It> foon a.. the f.urn of i-f that Select CtnntrittecwAenuit i raised. at one Agency in, every,.Town" in the South
ti. the extent to \vbii-h lie ii bem fitted." oif: hundred, : nt.d Uu-iity-fao; tn! nand dollars hball have been paid in about two thousand dedlars a year, when the We aeeep'ed the Senate Prinridg- the "ratted'price December 53, 18B4. 51 2*'

1>UI in the present conditional'the: Stat ,the occa'ioi: for such ads i is by the .Stockholder.ind; llie SloelJioldeis hhall, on the fii>>t 3iondty intere&ts of the State demand the employment f r the reason that we bad gone to heavy ex-

unusually imperative. We Lave as t-t b-n limited jicc'imalations' of in January as aforesaid, nnd! annually on the tarn? day thorvaf- and pre-e-r.ee of tome e-ompctent, energetic pence in the pnreJi.VJe rf nnterials, had employed Jackson; Lodge No. 1.

& money capital, but, there is 1:rgvdic: in! linded and other proporivhich ter, bold an <-l Ie ctit>n for Directors of said Hank, iii the i-ily of TallababKe and iM/ie&t e-Jlicer to discharge the elutios han-l-s and bad already gwe tliroagh'wph constderable Regular Meetinff of Jnetson Lodgr,
\\ is mproductive) lor want of tlie very advantagesliat; llailioadsull : and it dial! be tlie duty of raid UirectorKr.t) their lirst meet of the work under our election, and felt ''disinosed will be held this evening, at Mwni Hall dTwhicb

\ afford. The plan oiT-'rs h mins: by "which! ll.h inactive capital ing ruSsoquently to their t lection, to (llOOC one of their number as : inse parable from the system.P. to submit to the red:iced price rather than incr.r certain in nieroBers Tisitiaa'will take tte due cityr.eordiai1y ootiee.t Bntb-
good etanding.
nny be developed into usefulness. j President ; and if it fbould at any lime happen that an election for H. Slni-e: the above was in type, the bill pecuniary loss by refusing i it ; :and fur the further rca mvited to attend.) .. .,. J..B. ,T.&YX.Ok&cutary.

I livery: protection to the Comities:, from being orerbuilhcned, is Directors should not be made upon the day when, pursuant to tliM has been defeated in the House by its indefinite reason that we did not wub to place our friends in that December SO, 1854. 48 '

t recurcd, by limili.ig the :Lubo. ity to works comprehended in this j Act, it ought to have been made, the Corporation for that catie shall postponement.) body in a position in which they mi Lt even nemtto -

; tytcn. and 1 bf confining the subscription to half th-i cost of con- I not be deemed to l he dissolved, but it {-hall be lawful on anv other favor ,the "squandering the lan uago of the Senator PORT OF' ST: MARKS.

c ttrurli-jn within tluir respectae limit*. day to bold and make an election! of Directors, h Mich manner as The Public Printing. from Jacks, of the public money, 'politically or ARRIVED. -:

I Nor is there danger of hcoiiMderate: action. Tor, hy requiring shall: Imvobecn directed by the laws and ordinances) of said CorjKlation )- otherwise." But after all, the "discrepancy" U more Dec. 23-BarkR.. ILQzmblePow.l1from Ns

.4 t., t'e Commissioners to Kvy an annurd tax to rn 'et the liaLiiitx', the aii'I the Directors for the time being shall in all cac continue Sonic gciibMer, writing fiom this city t<> the Jack in appearance than reality. It is* -on the mLcell*-, York; brigs E., Remington, Sawjer. dot. Wae'sssTWuiltyd

p1 xolcrs v.ill duly reflect befoe as'-uning a burthen \xhich is to bear to act until their successors lire elected and appointed ; and in case fiiivillo li'ji'illiran, iduijcs! in the f.'I1iwi&g twad ueous printing" that the Printer maiej his,lijtl*profits < .. aid Ifarvouppoeed; ( still, below); scir
.1 ct upon.1b4r! mratis. tIlt death absence fiom Int.! at tlic LcBtow-al of the I'uUic Printing by the Elizabeth, Williams, New York.CLEARED.
t once of resignation, or the .State of a Director, The diffi-renre in the prioe per png will amount to
; I; Nor xiill the benefits 1 bo nnvithy the Faciificp., Tho iacreasnduilue his place may be tilled for the remainder of time year by anew choice, I i-rcsiiitDciufx-ratic LesiiLtnre. on this pr'i s : but a tritle-not exceeding $200 at most on the whole! t

1 of proj>ejty couoquer.t upon tho improvement; will be mote I to be made by the lemaining Directors. Tlie Viluting of Uitli tlio Senate and Assomblv" bill of th Senate, lurposjng th&th.1jopmal.wW Uaa Dec. 23--Schr. Mary Ellen Tbomn nn. for New
., than the liability ; And the fctot-k received in lieu xxill, by its dividends Your Committee recornmeid that Rule IX of said' Hill be amended: lins Liil given l by nn uncorUjinli-ns! party niaj ri'v to Thisfacjtakeuiu Orleans. wHb'tfl bule Cotton. do'Tarn.28 bUs.
Churkh E. D ke, tif llie' 'Democratic* /*/ large as la former years. conneetion SphC Turpentiae,.17 do. Tar. I awe/Tokocca.
t publili <*
and'value balance! the bonds and iutcrost as soon as the work i is in with tin* following! pinusion) \'u: '
; faci
\vl.icL with the further lqttjU$ bij
,;(iifl <.f tLi* city. is contrary tu jTwcdent, ? _opposiHg .flec,2i-Sehr..W4LUazzrd, aundere.for NeVYf.
4 sefu1 .operition. 'l'hc very expeose aved annually io tranportitiou J'rtiritlcti, That all leal estate and chattels acquired, and \vliich is urijiist :uil illibirjl in the extreme. Ujr tliu nrnrngeiicit proposed! 4f the n fjJUn. ipfi4infnth.( |; ; > samo Wtl$ ..53talesCottoo.. 34 ues TObaCCOJ $

oI tbeexperls nd iIlpOrt! ,fi (.otintv, wcu1i generaIJ' be more not i (*ce'J>sary for actual use in the transaction of buvines, shall beHold : : ciitcie I into in tlie Senate for tie' arne amount rate at which we off-Ted to do it. fhova ,tbe estiraaU bTs. rtlsin.; 2 baTe Thfn : '
tttii! the outl3y for the i'itcrrt' of a ru1exipiun, ( Vt !) hi 'ac shere withi.i: Two years after .irquUition. <.f Piintiuij ns i is ih.ne! for tLe HoiHt, tlio latter pay Sentt tl the 'Defc>.'28.-ParlC Jennv Und and bris? Herald, wiD
: th( fltJU1Ufl1 UbcCEiJ)1Z() lliw&d Lv the .tct vs 2nad'. Your Coinmifte-o recommend the above prnvi-iou as required by thi5ti one: half, dollar inure per p.igc: tlian! U blbiwoil the placed by the >> on prices heretofore allowed. !' clear to day f.r New.York. '
furiiK-r named > Heretofore it lias Iwu the HM (
u dy. cus- vnWe ollowinjc ht
; w a of in Put
re Ms
1 The Board belimv that th,? adoption of the p vtern they .Section; of the IJJtb: Aiticlo of the Constitution.
; rocom- t'rri'for' one ]1'ue to give its Printing'to the /P7 rat /- Ri4e J. W., Dyer. Dyir W H. Ilrodi. '1t7
mend, will result ii; the early construction of rj{ the roads contemplated Rule XI of slid. Hill provides! that the debts which the Corporation an, and the oilier to th<; 8iainsl-the party in the may rem-uk in cinclnsion that i it i ia not singular Jnmy LivT, Cole ; CUVTnu'pner; R H-

by it. shall oweat any (mw,"fcball not exceed three times tim amount of the ,! ninji>ritydvciilingLicli !>! < sliouKI huve the pre that a Dtrmocr.it, io Legislature sboold hare !Mt! and'manifosteil 'l'uwI!. Sc ;-
j fortnce IIouscs. Dr. Jon 8, i.f Key v\VVt, a Whiz some lltl! sympathy fur a Deinocnitic 13i
ITera1J Lnee
With the concurrence of the Committees on Internal Improvement Capital Stock actually paid in, Ac.: : Ssnii'.Masj

( .1 1,1. tl! e two Honies of tic (ipncral Aesembly, the Hoard have prepared 'ilie Constitution, Section 7, Article 13, prevents any Hank from the member,1 A embly.Tliur calling*> In-in pre Lie- the;' W41II.* Wbkty.to B.1o $1'uppusd

IJill that will out the views which bill has been debts and liabilities twice IOhle the with so much bitterness and! unjn t itbtjse'frrnn n." rTr Mary '
a carry they present, contracting exceeding or ( amount htitnte inquiries a to the ocrni()n of the present II. Howard ers
cxauiiaed and approved by lht Attorney (leneral, and which i is respectfully of the Capital Stock, actually paid in ; therefore your Committee recommend di-rrepr.ncy in the prices poM t by the Senate ntul At>- every ntunipin the State, and was erpeei.-dly nttoYkVd iarn nnmiiWun. Ti'. S. Coast* Snrver.; West

I Eubmitted as a part of their report. that rule 11 of said Hill shall read as follows, viz : uemblv to the Floridtan f'r the Fiinting. whioh. not- with snr-li raixvrliy that very paper whose editor row The'Wft iis* is ashore at Holt's Poicmt.T .'

,. In conclusion, we recommend that the Hoard, being no longer neoflicer RULE XI.-Th? total amount of debts which said Coqwration shall body-ititaiiJin} was only th I"ct* l.uge by one Dtmocratic vote-many ininriiy iilnr.il| in Demo-(hit complain ''ft//ii iM.'if-v a-id! ]*fneiptio t. A pros*

) 1 cessary, ifthc prnpocd plm i adopted, be abOlished :t U ard, the at any time owe, whether by bond, bill, note, or other contract, shall Crate xotinjj for the resolution." wh *e I'luaiiia were weekly disfigured persopal '1 OBiTlTAAT.JJlVifef .

i state Engiueer only be'i rcttined: ; nnd th Board take the oca.hkfl not exceed double! the amount the of capital actually paid in, over and This extract has certain ear-murks about it by which lan and juvecliye,levelled at ths! Jinirnal, and by ip.dteent | aft. prntmUd leis. llfit >

) to cxvrcss their high faticiLtlJCm vith the manner i which thk above the money then actually deposited in the Dank for afo keeping it i is not difficult to itiseorirr its Author ; and ifro are Attempts to bo smart and witty at4t tlie esf> tmft 2Otbn .ii! realdtpc*, of her iff i near, Tali\,

has discharged! his* duiis, and a* his labors will ha much increased and increase of excess. not mUtakcn in our sunn!**, h* luit it in bit power to 4 ..Doolocnilio j caodidatea j to tay nothing of 1 Hi( eon- Uns ee.ilrs. MA1Y1uoD) 8oN.nrtii. 6itbssXOf

hy the plan proposed, they doubt not that his continued usefulCCM Rule 18 provides that the Corporation shall continue nni exist until pak to the pnWin wtIitint l brlnj bl rvl U j;.* so" fttrfroiii .eUnt effort t>,dnma tlm Democratic party *'f.oialey. .
him favor. first of A. I). 1880 .which b a period exceedingtwenty jUeU icuU b iarDwj' '
will secure a permanent. public the day January, Jioinr. -Be that ni'it iay'U i* oin
DAVID L. Y1JLEE, years. thin rriUhlor, W airipi1ti& ". ,4 ., a iWUAtk..StaiW)4
elenounep a.
novel t<) a J ify ( ) n '
JAMES! T. AUCJII-R. ; COttUIiI-In, Section 4, Article 13, provide3 that. nn Bank ; .
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*t>!ternpultrni' iimply b&.Hn Imi fn prorwr to :
RICHARD H. LONG. ('hailer iitii exitcxeecfliig th ntjyc r& lour (.ommitteot.o Ithiee !- bestow Us pairtnwge'( A prcM, oroletl! tu (Is u Inter* Tlie,bill wibrai.UeU bj thq JntctnaJIpnrtrqYqment Cafvlina, '
A. 4. BALDWIN. thi 1RuIe from tbi ( nsUtutiot1aIobJeCt10fl, recomnrnend thit itshtill'ie .
for of Internal
t tt niU'eflgitgcel n ftdtUnting ami tlrfiiiiliiy tit'n in Board, pro\ieling ft Bjstem 'p rcz&y.t4i.
viz
; JOHN. C. PELOT. RrLS) altered XVI U.-iTbe to a$ to Corporation read n* follow dull ooal: find continue until the, ciplflln"pfefr jiice to ciie'con>taiilyw( riing upi'n Itanjen 'improvement*; pawed the House ycstcrelay _;in her the ipprTs.perrvning.actI .

'tiioutnnd eight feared and wvcnty-fivc ; :iU usages and eloctnn1*.' tli* mrn ttntpmrnior by :a'voto of 30 to 5. The bill rs'npw in Lv itbMr"
of
tint day Januaryone ,
REPORT: : ON INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.! : 1 ht tlw pronri-tors of twej-t iirds of the Capital Stock of the Compn., l's'rcliHive.poBitloa of tuo'two pttprrs toward the the Senate \%hero"it: may be act* '!! finally *s the .renocalies efejr.t *; ?$ N.isbebeqnetdlwtl

T to ba called lominpiit11 rty,1ii Cnougli to .tto* UUV\ ubiurJityof ; ft bright
ny may, by their ooncurring vote, nt n general meeting anil to.day. tThero! U ,no doubt of its passage "Ueuedcard Uj
t Oi4 iIMI14.1bI Tiiidlunlii tho 'Doiuocruticr
period JW&J :
Ci mrnittoe of the HOURC oh Internal Improvement to \\Iiom2srcferrcd for that-purpose,, dissolve the winc'at any pnor tbron&t'tlult body.- 4r 'at' ? '
Tl'.e > Iw pnhhshod of lb. tahjre from the eov, attack called rhi'Aildrea ; 'i ** ?
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In Chancery, NoUce. For Charleston. Executor's Notice. PERlrtASEVT STEiW'HP LIKE 'n -

TVcarted th'u !ife "..Monlioillo, Fla., Icvy.1854tiM J>th. Anderson M. Harm, Trustee, ) In the Middle Judicial ALL Pcraons having1 demands ugaiust the E-tse! & HE fine Barqno J. W. Dyer Dyer mr.s A LL prs-w, or-di'nrs, legatees enutled tndisiri- Between New Port and St. Matk

jflCAREt LiiUT3iQ the 72dear Tg. V Circuit of FJonda, !<-!' S. Sibley deceased, late of fiailed.n 1ev, dMih CXNit.d to ai-rict, will hive ,-_._ but ion or otherwise interested in the Eitata of

Clmrlc-8 M. Ilaui ) Ga.lsden County. County, Floriila, aro hereby ivitjtiej to prt*-'lit the immediate despatch for the abvve port. Ft4iftig1.t J.-i! Johruon, late of Jefferson County. Flwrijla, deceased TO NEW ORLEANS,

t *r her b-tru ia Nwth Carolina, June 12tb, 1763, BY? virtue of a, decretal order rrndt-red itifiiidcnte, Fame to the Administratrix within rfie timeprcFerilxfl or pasjajc apply' to ft re hereby notified to txlnliit their claim and Also Between Place

\ ot.v&i wilt fft-r for sale; ut public outcry, to the by law, or tbl* ivitice will be ;plead 1:1: bir thereof; JTcNAUGlIT k ORMOND. demands within two years from thw ilate to William same r

gd to J-'IoTi'-R among the first ijitni'.nautKtfnr : ladder, ia ra iT* iiiid d1 t1ioe in
bnCt 5 ? Fincc. bhe broughtutli btr the tcli1T s Xuity, ou Ibe'foUlii JIoidty In J
: d (lie meelc Mid lowly JefItI, vbch ?lto obtained t follow i4ij g dee'iibed prcprrtjCviz : All of the ii i1it, jlARY D. SIBLEY, Adn'x. rkr are r-'queted to mule pnyn.rnt to my said agcutwho

; i )U N. C., lfMit 1-Mf-n coitury pin"e at title and inteiett of Clmrloa M. Hani* in'nud to the Jc.21,1Er1 51Quincy ') QIL Iwses Frc b Paiii1s ; i-t fully authorized to settle th> -u.l l estate.W. -
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TfiltnlnR0"' .Shafbx.'
'" piojierty at Chnttnln ochee Lii-ran us Uie.Mwiid. infifi'ling JAMES HIKES, Qualified Exr.D.c. .
ti *"" '*** ll> r heart to )her (;Jod L and her. Mate and Female Academy. 10 whole! a
-.Vli 0 : ihe. Hotel.Vare Ii"Uie fctoie, S'aUe 16.1854. 50 Sro 'T'HE

LtJ,, mtr.f to tb M. E. Chnreh. in \\I.i I b cumniJK V\L.*iTec. Outbuilding( ; *: tuteuunts audini]>rnveinetit '"THIS InV.itution i ic Wated in the niiJs-t pf an in- LI3HRDor. rowi. .1. master rtsrnJaf%' -ill pea stesrsaliip 'Afl1'Z1O ltween,the drkj.aIin

llVl'l''< n 11"'St l"-'t'r''i: (1 4"lJ 'faitI.fil )IJ.fl1 J f ev ty &Je>errpti. 'C ln-loicin- npp itniniit t saidjtrejj J. t tli! <;mt atid refuted community, raid i-njoya the .. If!Si.; po __ tf IUT.GIES and CARRIAGES, lncf and Xctr ply OrIe permnneflrty*M. toechihjf at Apalaftte.4 r l.
: r' 4fmth! ejillej her tj her reward in ll';.t\ 'u.tl fy. t tl'erMitli' nil the H'ust1''h1 end Jlitiht'i ii *
until { nilrnnta;ia <>f hualthfulnf ncres !ity and pin; aii'i'cy Front New Orfrmnt HARNESS TO MATCH. and Pensaeola. failing .gii1ur1yhereafter! :j ; te srv.rc Lfl 1IW. 1inh.v, 1sr'bt jwVrutiiit! *. I I 1t'kti1.is.. Harness] l'nxri I! s [im JC..rU 1 I in puccessful f T t ho last pcrStfamcr AarrJcaJ ,
; huxinj 'IttI ojx-rati"n 2 7tli of enef rronth froni'thiart; nod 7tli add
'tl l t tl.iitv jcju <'f li-l: life, \\ Lit l llit.. l*' ie with IK-IIIII 'HIX to fiiid HoU-1 l ; aUoseveral CnwaaudjCrockery 1\velvp cursun.lcr i' lVinripr.1. It ia provided 9\ IVL' Ap1'e5a JUST received and con-tantly mintr. a fine a- ; o! k.
j prwcnt ? d of aeli month rctomm from New Orleans.-
Mnrlin', le' c.f nil ? :
1"'e C T Saddles. BiMIeo! and -
V*' ''l> aMv' l'i'iat''n.cv' < r yieVliii t h> r. n.I ih 'ntir stuck nf Dy GooJut. (2rcejie wilh valuable c.'ibiiul if niinerais. and ixten.fcivc 10t Onvige.;
nUrUu11 < nn
a : The
rtcnmer will
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to th' will of her IleiiXrnly F. th r. lr flILUy :llardvr.re, dc, imw in 'ar' nt Chattjihoohee. Chcniical ni-l M-ithunatic-J Ctk'r.L Nut; ; tin I I.. ; Trunks of every deseription ; Carrmpe Trim- Sawpcr. rowtj-r. run ur '
flk prior 1" her w connection i!iil the Pnmper". tt> Key WetL(tnodiir ft '
i.15.rhn; ctipoiior nd\antnn<" to T .!:* fr.-.ru t7 inches l.-n String Latl er, Calf Cedar K.ys and Tampn.) takinp frigbt arid p.a- !
*1' '1'1* t'nv tin: t vi-r I,( lfl:_' :lt )42st Special Mnsttr in Cuaiii-err. : rnetiral cdncatiin. -AJ.'O-- ij ?;
ent rr1i ih Ti'1 (>:i 1 .i.ir iikda 1)tciih"r 1SI. both Si'xt-s f.'r <-btai.iiii a tlmromrh. j for of the C5: D11. Rectifiod WLi.I.rv ; tititi Lin'ttij Skin?, Buffalo Kelts; with a few n.ore if enjrn: from tl,.- Pamper" in the Pranijh HoU (as- .j fl
kprt Yoti: >: men may: be jTi-piired any esMUo Rrcbr.rnee in the St. Marks Bar.
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'' Advanced I ->-( s m C'i"ie, or >.r rpon file ll.etin-.rs will K>th! Bleanm have fine aceomznchatioo..gtn4 af- j.f.rl j.
1 .bove forsje!
4) M'-iIas.e ns '
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VA! s i' ":"*. rVi HHa! l Awil'it Rice .ini; Hay. ft-eff3t'li ; ?
i'f iiiiIf3ined J r rr a'Jm-t. p. E. HULL, the tr-iveHrng public U'tU eeuTcnienee. and! e. 4 J -
d..j13 the f LJry: ; JOWLs.1)v. : : .
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sot gvc r l ifl' l .1-O 1 biiif tt-iivc dj 'hi:.' > ; ;. Tf.hir will; U' ffctaini-d i i the I -ir.ae niiel; flfltl For f-rhrr{ particcr.r. snT nrrareem.n4. Sr tj f f.veyance .
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dtba.d. v.l 1 teed have her attl.n'nt
wh >'o3cd i in it ilurirc tl.c, : I ; Per Jf
lit biU Hay ; d.-partsiM'i't): wire mj p.stji'ar. -- -- -- Carqne LlcwelIn-) of XrfH '. Hory- nn-l suit. lil". incoirc rfDANICL I,
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\V. &-4>!itig fm u kiciiue J.V.. Dvt-r, n.id f r >.1.! l Ly Hey ; I61 COXES Tobrccu, f-.r MV !,,w.HERRY LADO.Ag -
; : J.ft G. T. "r'-r.'il f.\'i-f>t-ti 't>. A'll.i uyli the (!ep.-.rtii.; :< nt'r.W.i I ir;'ew ,
rJMly very : Ton. 2ti 1331. 41'Copartnership
JI. >:'AV ( Hi A Ol iO.N'D.Dee. i i TIErcr riirc 3.--, ,' : A UOWLHS.D.ccmbcr 4. I4
r..n.zc.L! tJ.it! :%ie'i! : n-c--uo ti! I li ::tIt cf I 1i' arrivr*- P.rjne
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n lr' 11* r -f->:.ce i ij Jt-fT'-rt-oi! C t.tr, < :. tie 3. 1S54. 51 the fi'j' rv5ti'ii -ii l 5-ti'C'.on <.f t! <. I'rii.cI l, ycthi 2I J ..1.V'. Dyerfii.ni, diarl.-: <. lair s!- tvIlcNAIi'IIT ._.!. C. IgSi. 4* pt..titiju.l.Town : .
.tr.bfr. C rrt.JOHN JOll.N'SON. ijvi d.. ut i Notice. :
i pgj1% ; h ti'.if-! !.' !:'' 'lutetttli: I n vill'n wi.it.> t iien! ner'u I OliUNI). Lota for Sale.
i tv T'i.e ie. i a :tL N1 !. Crolfl' '; I nt' 'i Ue tJt4'I: P .f i: : 1 i \\ :_ i. i.'. -. i'.ne: K Sat : -- (IT 15C in ti.c ri-enal plan of il.o CiJyofTalla- > ] necupled by J.s.' ViThltf. at CentrerilTi .
A aud TLc
1[ SACHS conifc yVet ; :> the '-X'i -'' < 1.ti' F'-htitl n, iy r' ii e. I- -iy -
L W$! a1B-. S f 'J l 'r. > j; liefiiott, **- 1 ;i- -1 i'ifsrre I IU If" t-.u-ks Lit t-t: ]jt.t1 1 Salt ; auiibfif t-in t hnc! vi.tif.O'ii I I lUO to lit1 1 sm'I ff>;:) Seed Oats. |I I'I J Iise", MfuaVd! on the in met i>f AdnniianJCliMtin 'i 'Mla. wiU c-n'in-e tie Iunrs r utxlerth* name t

hi!'* taj%] ie-4.ii: cfl'idts-ih isU'lfif .!uiOn; l 1.. ii'.i:i:*.; u uI i f J' Kilo >hv five lu fix hole und t iui-ie- teacSicis w e usutlly en> ) LI.11E12S. ee1 C.it4.t jt-tt received and\ Slref-T* find 'if- not.th of th-} l'.i-rfi I'mfeisrow; i ant 'trff! Byrd tl Comb, wLere they are row oferirc ?

l*t te S niin .1 v ir. Ly v lu-i'i' 5t; \vn i Li'> cc *ufr ". !cXAUniIT i OIIMOX1). j.t-4..J. f--r S.iie hy i Trt-l! at privat'> rait-. The biiil.ltijj on thi lot w ih tIe pri-r'ent Uoek lit a reduced p'rice. We ao- ,

} &vi1 iu Itnd *' raiof hi- ii'C'o' kt.lei' r.odj.t ] & 1 1 1Lusci .\ li'.nlteviih ta.L'rit c'i lie rer.rridatesI : :"v.U'o; ,it..1p l.ltlt tcp..ir- IHRV be rrait ti> pny a hnn'.Vnn* !:cit th j patrounge of ihe firmer ct tomera in.t< otL rabA 1.' '

'.itMinf ti'. t v.i* -<*lii-iK b'unt; t.t uv dtn.. 'I 1 ( th-- 1'iiiifjpi.l; tt ;5lU I j'e; ?: rr r..r rt.! I..ujK p. j*. ] ? I rwfit fit tli4* j/iirchi lnnif-v. Ri.d fi l'iiil.iiis'j! purr P. COMBC. -,

tLU li.iel'ii'ttfiv 1 : Unexv l.uuv ll. iiy ] j: j. T.Ki- { : flrcgut. z..i.th.! I\-r oriljrr putJli-J.-n rnqurt < l"l "4 i tl.' re i is n"t a Ii"t tie! C.ty jowe.-nrf grer.ttr'r. B.P.BYRD.C.itrevWe. I tL'

;Iimaur. ltify 1t 4i4 : fl 2ty \. II. SI iV: AU7, 1'liijcipnl. Notice. ( CJ. For ti-rtns applv t" O toUr 26, 1S5<. 3m. 48F 1 C
'- CASKS1r.i' qu.V.i'.v lattd'.n from Scl.r. 11. zird 1''1.V.. GWYN'T L 1 *
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p' It') ICtb, If., !t. 50 tf ii.i ;3L-r-!
i ut it 5* tr"''. r.!i1 tLetef-? a TU tt wait.iin mi n-r? ,3 u-id for ilo by" :: rr-i tW f>!.".: -4f lU; ; :,a 3h1i.oi.1 lt il.. .n .. i :; icrL"r 5. I Tar Tar I! SJ

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'r c'i1y. tiI.auus f: ) : |j'r. e't f.iJ oeT"UcI.ei iii'i House'and Lot at Auction. OTl ?as. snr fj-wnti'v of Tar. tc&de bj tie Patent
'.s bu4. r.'it .'j-llirr u'ji 3i ):*tie* ua i. ?, s.IiJ r--c t he .'i-el.'i;
rt11 Il d"y jut _-vI. I'o7.r. Ti' Tar fret -
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1. ." ] ii and for Calo. J_ I : Li ("iittrtv. n vt ry?''|t-rior I ii'-rr( .isr. < .' thai dcsirt2.tII .rir. duit, the v-vt' h'.t hi'iisfir r.sset, rr-
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:'tiu! vh' -:i vill ,'rin.J Fury r..i;.L -> t CVm j-ir j f a j y t.% :;ii j riclmut d 'l lll'1 1: ? f fra'.e lit* i i. ;- >tc! atH Lot on McCarthy! street, owned r.yS S. "
.i ?: : -ct <-lKJ* r p'-it.ts n. ti'-.r: tl h-t Mi'ver;t: fiil.eS"U' ; Port. OitoVr 28. 1-Jt. 4.1
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1. c'e'L u. 1 tr I tL ( .it'i-: ', ,flt J t'iju'i.t' l .ml I tl-i* f.A. tlr.-M.ed ifrns nnd two ni.fiiil.b.d.A. Carriages Buggies and IaiLt. *
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L .r i.-e. 1 1.1 UM 41 li post-of I'IL- pio\< i.': >, .!.i ( ; L .. i r. 1 2. 1r4; ui.r ; .i. 1.-i. i t-r4 ( :..-. iiiiicoRNn i U STCXE < f ti, >,v fvn.-e :? rriit: : Subscriber h'is jnst rtcifad a
UEkRY ROWLES AKCti .
.111 'L:4i..1 1l >ii too! It'ti.C t 'ii< l. Ml' *1i U i .j. ril'' ii' IiC "nrtr5.JT. J. hi rr !u : of Cz&rTia1e,. '
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ie nnd be offer fur
: s.t .li. j2.Ik) : ed t ; tt uie i'rirI4' th. hrt.tj .' ifjiir.ty
tia o ?.j.iin >. D,-c. es. i fr.; i. ti MVI 1 ta MJer IIot. !Mt4 ';H the u >-t reasonable ttnus. *-"* ;
iSlJOJp .i.- I D&. If 1 SZ4. n A' :.r.2rijdf. oLr'!
< -; r : .; It tint hv Rev.: r iD I-L N.-.i-r 1 $ 18S t. 4. ? S
UiL : Ahuri!
MAx M.-r
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A r KTwjw. nt ; i ifi1'th-. !P.. ...
rS..' vextf o* :? .' J !> ; ( F.tLJ, .l.vi: : ? UKif i.ior l1I''i'.t1'1t) i're< f.f J' -ry C :; ir<-, //I th- 1 <&?< .. ..i i" MiLAlIASlK! 1 LOKIDA, -- -

,KI: ;. Wt f 1.1-'. '.$ :). .' 1' ,- ;;V ull 'l rupjOy; .f Co'ivr; *. rtr-tr! < ni1ii I : incii. FA\C k* LI:: !, STM-LE 1)JVfl1, i U i I t' the -**: L.HM! trfrrnllv.! rn-I tiC! iubirj -zr2 V7Iicesac: an-J Rstail Ecrhr in t.tUAflbt. I'xunituie.I : .-

I !h. .' < ; I i.i-i.Mu.tl.!' Ito laid!:;.:; '10.11 JL.iiiiJ i.nj j r.t i4rge nre jK-etfulIv: ii.viti-i ti' ntut j. '
Ht. .i.---. ;, .? rij.lvirt-; "At the Lsdicr,1: Emporiun1"I DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
i t : ". < I ...i; a.i.: 1 .1 bale LiV iAi---.7r roa If.)?. Iti4
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We l'i i % N V > :M d 1. 'f. \:1.<. I; KAI'GUT - *

' FriJuv <. 'V I : &.t, 'p 4 D.-c. i3. 'iLl 51 i JTV:! I''H tYi./it-r; In-] ;>.'] .a4'; ..!-'' of K-ivi i :ui'I! j I I/', end An". Lify-j r ". TEST t-ceive l, 1-tr"IJ&tqui'Aa; Fi.$li, ft &:py rijzr Su1.i'riter I Zi Maisr.facturrng end, Kecelriny, -

dojK' i r ..- v r- .( Iii Aii: I'te: i'.t'y: :.:: 1 fc4p!" 1 'it)0: ( is! ci-rnpiitiic HIT.3\ IL Fi&iTiJu A. M, Prc f. i.ttu! r.a 1 Irt XaJ. cfl. \>\ -of DT. an.Ievl'ins. I'aiLt.Oii% Vansisli JL an1 1 will Ve.-p c--nsfMrtlf nn Lwnd, a g-xxl auorNn.ct 4 .

a tt.f C .. j, t' i i ti.i.i : biLl.t. u"ii Dry Ccodi tl.c .*. f-t dti-.iuLiv 5i- 'ii. t :.' T'rtfft'ud I in thi iunrt I 1'iitty ppd Jla44? V.ri'-a Pflft"V'pncul. soitmeut. of : ,f CABIN I-.T FCRX1TURE; nuutiogb put
? !. Ti. t'j'.l fi..ii li-o .erutctt: : I'-li | --. J. IT.: CA'.i7.-zu .'.. M c."r': ltrir.I mtt.iit1s.df .
Inrlt t'.i 1.i1-fl y \MH ; Prcf. 1-t.l: -i :. *.f :!h4'f.ilotrije! Article: I
I'lvF.TS, Oziiatniij-. SU-et'nis, Sh'itiii I'JP.Ac. .
j ) 7A : ; : ) 1 in s fc'aj Fine To* th and 11-iir Frnshc, LnLi'iV -
.. and V. 1.,'. i. !oe-d i u'ier l'1T'I -. .
: :
faee. Ei-l: :a.v4j h I : r iKiti j.j 3:1 | ir ; ;r "c.Pr..T DRCSSIXO tURKAU.IOM WcoJ, 2aiefu!
a r-i 1..tUI.i f&&i.si a.'u ziu.I fr s1e 1v var.
I I i tts. i I 4. ? j 2 L-) V T M..1TU1Lf&OItMJND. :r..t d. h s1 a f ;.ri: !1 :Lt 1ttti'i ctt; ; a, ; 15. R.J. c-o=rj. ri; :.:iiTe T) ftr ; Extrafts n.d n.variety of IVnfy AftWcB.l I X''alnjt. wit!, JIarWe-: Slab Il ff1e
: ) and .' vill alwave 1'i.d &t tiit.ii'.i.er.t -
i'n: &'1 tv V i 'fl'lt Ul s'.t. -If. fl4'i bl !' iutiu'bs ut! A.iu5 '-'eirihtr i.-rtl O-'ober, in r>!;Iy AJ.II II. \Mi">. Pi in Piiir.nry 1 ;. ar.d: In- a'iti-r r5iysi'-i:: : PLAIN BL'IirAUS. ttib"sanr.! V7 l-iit: and Bnv.
:1! thin needed! and
: I b r -. lh. 1ai sW..r.s '. )?1 t 154. foiei-mt: me of \\t.4Ii \TI'c.n ofn-r fi'.clt! i.njpenic.t.e! U rt'r i. 1 .':t'i,' ni..! I'rt1 chI.Mr'i. a f jupj. iy oftcry SlDE-rOAlUS.; : Mab.car>7. Walnut and -JBaj. i 't -

1. kin. nn-l I v.i't. 1tt; 1t ?'fl '. ,' "" \i"sil.u'n Tobacco.'L'VIV'Y :!4.it Uii ftlnl: wiail !' tl.e Cotr and at-
OfiUr* f.-mi frr yrrimp'iyCIe'l
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1 '. 4.i l.i tai''. 1h4 liti i Jhn V. 1t t V.IZ.4. 1 li. ""1: "" tl-1 1o e.i-h i.uuii. i r it1 I.J: \il. rin lii: >o, '\ve 'arv Dc-partim-i.t. TA BLES. Rosa Wood, Mah ron
f f''h 1nwfl nrtkt, i inrt:>n naraiite il, with rrar.l both to prices and .
wc- t
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'J n e. TLt j.t'i.r ti.j It j.il I us-i- i.' :!.rt-1' \\onld fiiv. tJi-it wan iff v oiTer! \i i'. rtv: FVC ol I Tl.e P. ntp-tit, -i i:i-k. \ H--r tUain; :-/ i r-3trii: curcfullv ELr. v.-ii Nritii Sl.ib. .

uftl' lwl.nireil iuail ld.< 'it.- Jiving "-J''t ,-: .?? ir"r. ni O-U Hual.l. il'id 1( .r ;ih t, AtIIT A OHMOXD. ,ouc'1vd.I' .
3n 0* tVr.. flub ( 'itt Ws* a ki: > J. :Si ii.t C'>:'-'r'' 5t ti--ii! I 1. f'>ie ; a''nl t > prove ibi to j 'tr own ?:;ti-f.ic jhj.t ;; r ,hi'iyt.ti.r, nt vit.h d.te.i ii, COMPOUND FLUID EXrJiL'nir. WORK TAHLES. Mali-gcnyl Walnut sod Bar"M.bo.nr -1

*'ere.aa. 1'he hit s. a fia\ thin; Ll.K-U '. <>- lh ., JKf.2C) ;. 1G.--1. ti. n. \\f b jitJ ;>iuiiiiti: ''ft. .>n 1 i if _\< u !1.' ii.it ai-ree v.itli i:< t thn ncuiii of U--5". Jci. Tictcr .
the n.Ti wt bn \d. The sit uiv st Mily uv, : -ii' ': ;. er rt-n a.y rc"nnitn !.;ti..n unnecc'sars :;.i. 45 ; Stands. ..Lookiu Olasrcs. 50f411, .Tcie-a-ieia FoofStn 4 !'i-"; *
va'er il'f. The paiilo tt. he !. D hhi! hoi ). ;pathe f-jriciL C'aZiU; aid ee. \Ve do not r v. Nvv'tabr 11. .!s. Jlahoijany; R-ickinj; Chairs Walnut ami Ma- 4

iJt! cul.ufj Etiiped jisn'it, but: xvctc ir.utu "a oj uJii ;; .'T 1tI.'T.:: .sr.s.; J 1:1 l.IJllirIJVtirJM Crir d.i.r e fir rl:>if. 1r.'* gi.. : ; rrr.nssios or JIVE ioitii. pIe Cane ba' k d".. Cane Cit and Wood dti.; iliitwg- '-4 :
11"tl kli" ; (O-: tttcl: < "iS-t! : 1.1 pait ofKifh Piirnarv n A. B, CLAKKE % irdrob- rn'1! iTo.! R"o Wood
utV. ; ; ."'. i M-L i't li t 'pnittrient, any ; Cherry Poplar. ;

ti1 e OE IX7)RE fr ti.I : ih -, ,.,,'i ii, u* ; i ts t. ,'i : ; I I Silk Dross Goods.Uieh C.-!lfiitc I).rkl tiT.( nt, 20 MCRCUAKT TAILOR Wash Stands with Marble STaV, Mab-garty d' Wal-! 4I.,

>un ia A'lmrsy wh u3 3 f u. hiii'vi ., ); .; Wliltr 1:4n.r: III Fi I I'rociide: ] Sill', M: ;c .n PiaM, 20 nut. Bay and Poplar do.; Mahngrnuy 13k Caa.., '

: a von ant.. airJr th" rrcfv.nf juv !1..* .- p. as.t f.'r et i. (p11 1 1D4 i! ** Yi.* t.-ril no.ii lise of Piar.o, 5 DrLLIII'1 Rt.uiyI.tDE CLOTIIXCFVK AID Walnut and Bay do.; Mahnirany high post-Bedsteads,.

:i.tr diteribeO nrli-lvii. <>r 1 T.all f; vc C' v.i f r :L'r :! OA"s (4Si1c .i I Ai.t'jfciik; : *. ::ohI S.te e.1..ri t. Frcnrli. ]5 ( ENTLr.Mm'g ISHIXC Goozs.I Mahogany French do.; Walnut Cottage doCay. Cli rT -. f-I

Iz. ..1. f'I Ii,. ii .r. ;t, 4.r 1' vi.rt. .. t d f 1vr (;I-rv Prnwin anl! r.iiitinrr. 15 TOW rcceivio rit the Well known old rtand for- and Pi'pTar. high and low post do. ; Mahiogaay'Parlor ?>h i"m.-- *

a:. rte Jit ] %' K.rtiii. !* sth-.- vJ t.t i- of Slav% I : ;J.-i si.: ];. li'ci'W.tidf.: .->rMi'j, sttIIflryrU.l!, etc., 1 50 I I .\ nirly 'reapied by Clarke it Stillmnn. a general Chairc. Cane and Rosh Cottage do, OS do," ',.

.S. 11-nrd. pr r..i.h. II i i.iii..t ) ('ane s cat Ding do.. Children da. Common Cane and
1 : i. : I Jlca'lv Mae! Furn-
cKhiK'J; :
: J >
i. ". as'p t.t .1 Supi.ri.r: : Clothing,
: 1- i f'Pt! |
r.-iUi trf
te '
41 \-t ILL I t i.-s.i. r. : /. LMX-; tn-Lt: '.vlil.-i.t fx'rn Woo! Seat do. Mahogany Veneering, Hair1 Qotkind
; >
e-r. ;
I .l.Vr.i? >. C M'td'S! ,!. : 1 r-l.intr ( "'1* t'lath's. Ca 'irLt-r-*. \.tins, ti.c., contr 4
-
'a-j'.i: ; -. :
i ,.. ; r -. Mi : 'ii v> cjuvS'*: '
t; 5 I l. jV I1ard { 1 Wire Cloth.
.r ; oils i' [ -T I ,
: jr. > -v.r; j.ii'ii: (>? i-r
vihite 1 articles
r.n 1'iniSatin.: Chit: I I'! .1 1 Silk .- -.l :>f the f 'lowing : ;
3)ec'nbcru.: 1-I. ? Itc hi- -I .i J.'trtici V '" xt.. :l f..1. ,ittt.t: d'SI 44 ci-llnc&ri.u: In I thf 1 toA-n: r.< "..V.! n the In-'i' .t; !,. i,:,. r :!.-.- try, '. r part Cur.ta All of which will be aold low fur .Cb.. Furnitur
Iid FI
S :
i! : : w. lriala Apron, FinLi k Dr *' *K
.. I .: t't I., 1isq i. .f N1i2 1.I J I tr..! ft oi<- of f thf F u'tV. A "tti u f f tl.H C..Ile.'f t Brcssted Frock and repaired at fhort notice. GEO. DjlOctob.r21. .
ci-i: I L.r 41 ;! .T.t.t : I .,t.v.z V/orsicd Drtss ('ocds.r.icli !1-1! tile. I'/n-k an.? 0I'd yjnge
J t rrrfivr.1, % Z: :I u ill Le re-dy f.r, use l.y t! ; cf ianisenent 1854. llw 42
4 J J L --< \v..ai.'iti ; Ki| <.ruini ctjd J< hu. Kolu I ly t rhr MosMiiii iIi'K-h Plai.l Mftc* p' ilns.'V t.1 2 t'C! IlOSt fC -l-n. r..1cn9': Coate.a 'vs,
-r'ro1 X.-rr T..il; ly. JKIi II. 4 f'Jji4.| fl.ri }Kanev Cns inirc do. dv>. do.
.4 i Tt1'1.z.4.1 I r'h.si* f.l I.e. I'aii.tod d 1 llr ..r Vr ..f Ft' x1. F. X rORSTHR:, SvXfVhb.rt. For .Rent
Qr. Ct '4't4: fl:4 OJ I 1r iiv. 1'i.r., ( : > B k Jiiiil C-lorwl ttytk Overccrats, i
iu
a 12 3 ni'er.tl.s"r..bt "
T rr.-: .-Cue half Ai bftvl th 'a.nce > D-o. f* ] >-.-, /**, N
1J!)!$. ue S4tt1J rL: wi4; '. M u"t 11 lt: )b(% P< rtOtn"rc Ilwbe I)<- r 44 Bick! "Piin! Pa.t'1! *
t ij 'iiet.. ; ik ?s I F'CUI it', I the .rst ('f Junnary next, a traclof landc'nChattaJi""chee t1 ,, .
ClanUr.riiin ON
(y, Oln-i.b.i; Kancv 1 Ol'd! Cne-more Punts
ii:* ii' ted Aciinislrators Sals.OC f.i Hirer, containing about four hnorel -
The 1'liutati lultii.: ii.jr to said <6tai v-'' -
Ouiuti; j PIa2J; C.-i IVh.trdCVI.mere!
C JJ.in: L'iire :
10 { : mil I ?, 44 Black! nnd Silk Vest
15 m" Ilae Apj'Jef. fir the ei: =uii.y > ear, nt the s in-p tim au 1 J>'j.4e.: Fn-rMi do. ; Hun Tay. the fr-t day of J.ii.-ay; t ill be sIJ Fancy ,] acres, with nn escellent InnUing. at present own1"
'. T 44 Velvet tin.!
PATRICK sunn, Ad.nV.2S nitrf auction,, Fancy pie j br tie Messrs. Hrmer'y knovn a* 3j
; ) 4' Iii.s F111.4. StFor '' Fi. i"h Mrriix: *. i I F..i.i-h:: tn. d.! '. "Cu". do. Cathmerci. Kemp's FREDERICK 10WLK.
Landing.
t Doe.nulier 1654. 51 44 ]r.-1i !i i!hi. j "Twan; .10.! $j 1 Likely Negro Man. FicM Hand, r.r d abf>ct 4'' 44 1ic ilarsaillrs do. D. B. July 1.1351.26AMERICAN .

K Qr. I",]*, Ne;. 1 :.Ia t rd. 41 C.-rrr.in; eE-ier, -year' : fk.
iharlcbtcn.IlKIIjuow ALSOA
1.) 1 T.uti.n HnM] Ia. IS-'n'r li'nck Mtse'.ar.F. 1 Likelv Nerro: SVnin,, nd iJjort TO ycar : '

3" 1t'.R! "I 44 J. W. DYEIl, Dytr, r.ter. y. ; :'t' ).1k Jt .ii- : '. .' 1:?'::. '. ,iiut b, 1 1.4 r 8 children, beloitjir.jf to t! e estate if ji.Ln Jtd'e, fue orlra-nt of SLirtg. Co'ar! Crava*?. Plick.Whi'e ARTISTS UM05. > ?

rir1iy: tt IWWLE. I wi'l la\t' dispatch fur the nlj.i\e jn-rl,- lll; 4 44 Fr'h ll.-rino. Silk A'pvvf, d4 e p.n-1 t CoI.-TivJ, Kid end Sirk Glove?, sefntjust- rUBE AaraicAy AETISTS Uxros wocld rtsp
-.oil, ins i. S'iwill 1 1.t- f.lli.weJ ianuHlial ly by tin* BiijTlMt.3 ; ,' Ofirnnu d.! !lljat-e T"cr 't'j Kvbea. Tertiis made known rf the Unit-*! States and-

3tI'i.! :i i.1 MIia; ; \V41I.: clv. fii.; ti-ciLt, or ji .:.a.ije aj.plv tikKAUCIIT- LH.iLb'Vt UolHH.Vil. } I'.KKllY: : & HOWl.rs.; Aucti(1ICCTE.Tem1.ir Drawer) Brown. Fancy, Cotton. anal Lf'Te Thread \ the Canada that fur the purpose coltivttticg a Uft 1f F
iOHMOND.Xetiput 2. IS.'I. 4S H'feVLie! end Colored Cambric llin.lkerchiffs.all the the the .
'r arts throughout country and with
Jia iv5C2ivedi"roiii TTev Orleans, D..c.25. 1551. 51 \ ;;i. a 'toa* rrti&tyf oilier \ oi !<-d G.-KJ.!? f'r LaMis" If which! are offered to the puMie ou reasonabl'i terms viVw of enabling family to become .dof
J C. ildrcnV! drise u 1. ;fh ::>J U bo seen Notice.VLL every peii .
!1&!< r. '* ar. .ir.d warranted offered iu this Market.r .-
n* good as
\-\i Kk rij iS.ider) of {>
tFUATISTSO'TnEAo
I [ uppr-fiited.. n= w. ran Z.ivi- Sot n f.iin*. a galier/ engravini/8, by ::
in ird-r l-i
1 'J 2 t -r S'jrJI fUlHHlitUlt, Music. ; prsoi. ;i.I-bted to the sta'e <.l Allen ilarI Call nn.Iexi.ui "
i. :i idf their rea iicuc.6! < n.j1ittv in j lLi f lort adVilll'l'ISI'.4 I _2 ., late 'fM.idi.tin! County. (1.P! M. ar< r < ted ';ovvrfr& IFS-I. 44. kl
: ,
.avtU 1 J1E'Tjj1' A. K. r/HIXSlEDT, Trof.> -: :,-.: jtif. _.: They have determined, in order to create an exttosive -.
; t'.1. SIprriu( UJ I Ii.ur, I '1'.itr I U ; 1.1 lusical ln ti'itii Mitii. innul tcine! forward wi.l! i-iake paym"tit. and t'se\ having and 1
K their thus
: ui : ilt-manili From Nor (Orleans.per) IVm. Pettes, gale R>r Engravings, n 't only git.
Goods.'t'c iii-it
Lace > Ri -tiI l will ,,
4. estate them '
7I W1.i..c present duly
r..riis tLt : t't > 5 :ilI tv. ilwt lc nunaber of
r.'rp employment U large arttota and others
P.W-n j
: Frt Lar.Miei t i:1: 1tri' tt ) Iii'.r ct.k,.. I'C-II-MI* th.-reiOifi'i4u : i..1ii.-n:; : Lice ColarptL! C-if-jnizcits and authenticated! law t-i tli tL.uri'i"-t s-t"ied witl.iu the time pres I |L A CASKS 5 Casks hi'ulders Sides, but inspire among"t'lr c' tmfrymea a taste! for Voika sj !
U ibcilby or 'v will If hnrnd. w ,
-\ : ? lh'-ir 1-2L111"4 <-iilor tun.-r upniied.; art- I ri.hr'2e.v' of art, to present to thrujrcLasers of their engravinga,
do IT.ini. .j
i'. b a f S'.ur C TiitB.tCj ''li-i.la' infuria him the Tallahu J'. Chcmizetls Rrrl Un.lcrHiih iIL2\S F. IIAUDIH. Ad.u>. S "'
f-t *
2 to .through II .'.it on tY'larett Surplice DcccraVr ?, s"4.: -iv ..jr.j JO Barre** Mess Poik, when, 2tl>,t>0i) of which are soJ! !,

<- &< ;: 8 Tierces tjn .ir Cured Ha-js, 2JO.COO; GIFTS BF THE ACTUAl fOST OF $150.000. t
1,1:
3 :;
Uf lU.vJulx.riS) U54. it M ) Etiibrwlcn! d j Muslin Colbrett.*, CLcmuclta nm Master in
; :;I (::gts.: j Chancery's Sale. t 3 Prini Lnn1!, Lnrb purchaser of a oe <;<>llar 3ngraviny. tr) >re.frerfccivcs t

LiA. ELck >.-i-.i O.i Fulton Market Beef, &c. 1z..trihrcd M.n Itii.'ri", ( eIrt'e. I I "T> Yirtc: <-fa I). TOO in Chwtr.n.n.on: : o:. i 1 Slimked? Btref. ii'-'t only aa engraciugrkiilywnrth the reonry ,

.LinnY: : IOWLL. ;: .. .' :li'ni.tt.. J > th" Cth day (,fI'cet2ier. A. I). f M. in aac t .HEHRY & ROWLES.Preem but IdS.] > a ticket which entitle* Lira to oc. of th*, I -s

P' 'i>. 1 2, i2V .9 r.r. F-i'ton MnV: Hccf, '0 4 4 Collar: ? nnl Cullatfcitf.ApiMiVt dii. "n L-fU Circuit"C'urt, s !icrrin ..lim.J.. JVIkel: nn l I !, re. 1SZI. 4S [SentineL Gift: hcu thcv ar diitributeJ, .
; .) 1 ]It( .x li)* ctm; .1UI1'. ard ther?
\vifi*. < r.re "ijnp'ai'iantc. i-ii-l J.imi'S JU".rd
'it -j i>u J Ccrgla V/uiJiu a copy. 4. '4 I > FOR FIVE DOLLARS ,
1 d.r. Cart Cu.kitigVine.. % ] !, iVxc'-t.'or, BEI1RY 110 WLFS.Ucc i I'1 lll:':
ed -
Ju.-t r ch .. ] !< PJTJS; : ntt I < f--r rr"rnnz.'Li'f' .tSli01 rrprsa fr alc! at public! o'ltoy.. to tif! !h.izurt! HItr L ) OUGIT at the hif.Jt'l ,'i*,. and prrcuru in OIL and FIVE GIFT TICKETS iviil U, aeiit, or
itii' k 1iI..3 .2'.I'r-
1t1t
olicc. i2. loCi 51 : \ ,!IIdZI Craj'i'i.tn I 1iiJ Cn1.T", Cinzetts sn-I bef-ie ti> Co 't llv-u-' il.. -r in the C'v ..fTaliLi !- M J) e u f.-r :those! nit"have not been able toe- H Five Dollars worth of SpIctuSiJ Eocr.iTJuits call be sekceJ -

r t I1E:;': (; d ii.. ;- ec. < :i jlcil-jay, Ui.; 1 1 dav f Jr n-tsry n.ti uh'irh lL
I .r T ? 1 4 1a r : .. ; i '.,, :MI I I Ic r.tU For Sale. i e*. i ( ltG5,) the 1.,1I'Wiz'.t' !e ;rilittl I.'Ji'is. to witT3 i ofX ; It- nre".mt tinn they \vfre cr.titlot! In. let!: nip kiK>w ..xpre I :i :

:e I!' ii ii rt $ \:.*, ... i, rvi.F .. !v -ni:0: \VOMAN, a f.rtt rate C- '. Irolfr !ink: llr.ilMi: frnp*Vai..t.it'1iHec.niit TI'tV'R" an-1 t>*vr'.. Hiltf?. I W i and II i.fc W of secti-'ji 1'1. and S K 4 Iitu! 1 it Havaif had urffrii! tears r3Lpcrinee in the rr1rCUtie'H A copy of the CLtalomie.! together with apmm'ett f
!l.
'WV. :;. LIJ1. 4 2. \- i 14 V, >ji.-i. 2\ie.'l u
iJw !,: I I .i.-i.! S.-ivitit <.Ii.I l go-t-i Vi'i.t\.ei.\ Aj'j; ,!y at tl5* Cimpiic; il-Ji.ic: lLg: <:t>cy, Worked liuue 3. Hiifrt. c.ntnniir! two Lurulr and /-iirl.tv -ta'i-1 Tiily the t' By* an.! nuniir p-ettinjj ihn-ush thenI.I this paper. .

o.r.j *- "L !< < .T-itt. AW'o. tlii: ; l S V.* .?. fid the WiN W i. %' !" 1)-pirtnitv.t* :it \"ac'ert.in.! I have in my Fi r eucb d Hnr sent an enpnvirp actunllr worth

N oce.q IV.2S I isrr.5 ; si tfF1LOr1DA. .! ik SilV i ;: rnt' r.r4s-ils T. .'"i5 m-1 Tt''rlii'C'. I .x-ul tlicii E 4 't! "* 'J- J.cf section S. nnd! the K-J 7 t pi..h;i.ri! rt'in-nl ij.i.ri-i.f; ; 2'0 Fl>,ii l.i.! 87 Alal-nm.l, that nm. &ad a Gil't 7fkvt, will iui tiintrly" be for -
1,1:.' ll..ti.1 \\-\fff, : 4. 1 12i"> fi "-r s ?** ** warded
jvr ft lia\/.t: Iiii,4.4 a i 1i'l ]!. *. 11 G.t -
ij.-r S-4 ]IVi-fifJi r.nd! Tuil iltnij!
itr.n
-l. Ati ( Siijx : % t>f JtA't-. Ilwt. e ;.t. :.i.in; fur r ,in.ired nfdfu Miiftcri! \ \\ of 1. r'r.'t1s fni'iiIn! the Florida W.v.If AGENTS1; ; t
V'Mv n-ii j.l-.i J.i pM-fo) t !ii Ui Ui utlivAlr. &- i I.i: !rtfii.lf-n-d Swt "
-.f : "l.v SCSi'F, *"'J tnotr I :.*-i of lati.l: vti'sintii t-cetli y>'i have nry tj'arfpr M-i.fer, P L 'ta iuta..iize'1 A. Ii. 44 :rintr:0I: Larn. Pn'M-i.'f.ir rt-.l) The Committee 'litlievinj thnt the tucfeia cf 1L7* '
4'0 acr'-s. Aiul t.p f'jli.'n'i'i Iavv call in. lolrfvnnmwnev.
> r erof I. : Claim.! Nocharjfeif
..''.;H, "i;E :t i if ai "J f: Ur v v.i.l; be p.i .i i'ti >'etT7JIEI5EAS. 4' ):'.:9-. :t''. Fi 'ti.1i C ." -?. Hr all! r.l..rin Pr. ; lift rdIrd1. Sani. 1f.urv C. II. BLOOD." threat national undertaking will litvmit..rI1y pr.rno-
'* > 1 1'f! Tfie ;: -rt ivii.; i leu altwi i -j-ii 'Zhjz&i: ik! I.ic't t t iict .n'l :.ualiiI. J.JI. 1.-tiiey :.r. ted by the energy and enterprise of lIttehIR.istand -'I 's
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4.. : U ii. ti cTnilfJi Seasit"ii. i. '> : t1 he.r child i J! I ftl v. T T'I% r:>Ii. TC.; B. Poron with twrttled bn.ine s with !an-elf!
u.t t \ : : 'I'L.niIi.
Hvr.Tr' : \> > -
\ h T r.-n to il.iri /i- n a v.c.ii.ey .T.1, flHet s nndVith 1netin. persevering[ Ajetii: : have resolved to treut 'with such -
2i1t) I 1. I-,. JJr. A-rfvnn-J ibTin-- fl tcl.- % l I li-4riri) of ',liit
': ?t.. "TJ10MAS J. IIAYWAIM 1 1). Ilr th.t t. Ii, tLi irecuttvc Iiifatiti.: ar inf Chujcuy. at my rff."f (or*r JIes8r Lvtb V.'hitaker''* Storej) Any person ; iianj! : to bccirce art Afenfbj sendin -- J -- :-

1)eeei.l.r I I h : 1 t ic'ii .'* 11ecti 10 ) JaGadsJen in TaUnluiMe v Fin 'one d willrVc _
a jn"pit* vaiiety c.f otln-r C'IKM!* urdor this Notetii! ll.JS&. 45 tm ? fp> t paid) 'Inr, Ive by retur .9f .
ispp'J: :i'.tiuV Is iM-reby ijdtre; 'I tt> luleplacei hfl'ah. lh.it vc caiinot en-.rmrate in this limited r.eurai.la. )"- ; mail a one 'didiar engavhi ii Gist Tkke. a prmpee "V .

I.snds for fair.IU.I.P -.u 1i-tiit. 41 S.t: riiy ili" irli dy .t I ke i.i TaColiccor's( Slae.BY ip '" .'-. tu. a etrat.tgneanJ aIl vther neet's4dry iufiirrnation.Ontth. .
.. 'wr i i's 1-1 iii, :i'411'I et ri'tum thrp.f !>.. iind-s 1-y ti! <- 'Sals 1st iiir Ijijal f
i.j. 41j, f.rt ii bv i.V i-J r. )ruiii.st pHlpoird to .Monday January. coripii-ti/2[ sak. tf.eGiits wil-
V if ..r.to| C.tt lln.atf u-V-r; iu iJ..t1.!!*. !' 4 tij.: i flJe: of Foliate for iiuiiiillon Coi.nty :.* i th1 1'aw (leak?:, T.ilrn?. ManlillaF, Sbanlf, &c. *irtu of the jv.w orcstc'l' in me by law. I suall is be placed in the Tutnd* i-f a conm-nti* .>fte' purehsl

(' ,'y. FI.ri..t. -iUrn ll.. 1 h-i'al howof ..1 iI.e tHiI iJiit'et". I A b"nn4i"'l laiifty rf Cloth! Vivtt r.!.tl ."iiikrj.n.l.i' ;; f4r 5afe ttfort ti: C..ut: IJ..j.e;" dwtf.iit -. Master in Chanccry'a ale. ierF.to' be distributed. tliie rwrtfeVvf VLicji will'be -.

I,.. f T.'t .N-". :; ) i.( r4 i.'i 0 (}iv n iiTMl.T in y bnii'J r.nd tii; cri'ii i.pt: iI ?!ai.till..uJ T.-iIi.Ti1! AIit* h-nulv ue < iin"y, ( v--1! ;i C.."."< v. .:i ?th" *e''i 'i'; '} 'nManh 4 1)V virtue uf .a IJccrce iu Chai.cery, rendered in Liven throughout ihc-United Suiis h'oj tLjCjadij. '

? i -* :i u 1 iwl.ij. f -MJ.J.', S i.lh .1 Uai tr- ['LL.I .S.j ot the Stati at tin' Cjtpitul, thi 18th day I oftracit of Shauls,.from C5 cen' ti' ?23.. nnt. th1' f .ll-wio.; 'Je-eiiV i \ !.- "r *' '' : '. i I ) t.I} day of NtiviMiilNT. A. J). LES-1. in LeonC&r.it Lb't sit Gifts.

*' .- (| ) E-t.; ; flI 1ieiiiih'r, I). I 5 1. lsre.! fa; v.i'.l i pay: I the $:-iti uod O-'t-'y t..ivdiir( Cvart. *.i.t! u :In LlIu A. TUMIIV] ,n U C civtiinhy iiij.ll 4 tf j.i.ti jiiii JttIt Hosif! ry. (ilovtr... Jir.:; the' 100 marble Lusts 4WaiLlngtvn. at. .f ICQ $1o.oG
*t. ...te. i, t-t. ,. ..1.Ig'j IN l JAMES: : 11 IJHOOME, li! < reo'i f.-i ti.' "rir* If&S:: in. 1 ISil.ari'l c.Tpeu- XXitltciIno: J. Ilu ner, AilmiiJratrusiti -
-l4.LJ4It l i.i.( lit ) $U-tt.; ?' ti tI'tIj. A rrcst v-vl-'y; c.f L-.ri- :!.-, > :,rvj VrMs* rt- i;.* j.. iJ".t t)Ii r.'ti, to wit : Eu'i.t h-imrt! '1 :II'M.Vintv : l t1.] t will annrx'-d of Thu4.Mo II. Honor's estate 100 "r Clay. -

e 4 { tin. VoiMetl, Spin' S.Ik. Fn-v.-h find F.i 7'ih Sllkl ; of land. and ociii in the C'f' f will sell 100 'WVbrtrrU'O .. . tOo
t. 4u'i r.4' tt43t1.. .iry cf il IlM* Jt.f.. I !:5y thn & veit'r-.tt1ci, acr lyhi:; : : It 'Lhet 2Dfl'nfnnt.s, at 1i1F. 'tit'r : .
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1' ,ld.LlU C..i.tV. .. jtt 1 ,. fM F. JViucnwR, l !. ''<1. Aln henvy j-4 of Mi< c n? l <'litiireirAM $ t; .. : ; ; .. :uiz t.tiid'i to..iiin. I[:u r' I h f're tho C..urt hlI'tI-r d"r i'i tie! it5p TahiaI Cain.un.. .. ... 19U 1OOQp

I I t.P:. :'.c # tit v >. rt -'l I Ho4' M. Lnilii-B* nnd Mii <' i' KM!, Silk, CVlitueie j others "ti i rfat I'reck. uu;.& < I* II tn wa h-t lii.1" njn to ''It l'&e1.y'. the 4tizy! 50 EiegnAQ4 Paintitigi. iu kpUmlidt. Kl 2'
L.tvtI.dnvb.. 4.'T"J C and( Ln-v Gl'jv. in jriccf % ai h.y.lIckeetin WiN-h! Liwl. bchn. J..ii J I Glit Frame*, sire Sx4 iretr .,v. ,... S.GOO., tj
2vt
rt1, .'i r l (.. :; 5i t!> ]lIGrIrt1i.r! to ; Ii .r P&.CLL.rJeZ.W&iLU 1.gJ ., ;! 100 EIrja.t Gil
1)L J. "iL-ou of Leoa Omntv. T'li'ri.In. i.f Ta1ITii4t ruiitliuta,3x3 Pei Mvt>,
ti.-tvi
( oo1 xc. &c. T. ) ( r'PetY Cy ; :
dO Ste l
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For Gale Cheap. ..lAMI: : 24.. .SIUTIJ., -.' i I>>t'number, one hmi'lre l ai.1Ihiw.k l *-h.ll -five.lS'6y( irj > I'btteEngra'ings, b.iun.iijcm
Char.ccry Sale. KETUTJ ;; 4. I f) 4 1 I Lm.n TIT;! A"rsfCirtt: CiHitterfi-rGaeltd.n ('a. / fifrrHi; < ((59.) in th ori KTiXV (
SILV11U JIOUNTIJI ro I
\ -4.i4.. 104, J2-1 Cwln i incnes ea li.q.. . .. ... 10, 1.00 s.
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\ /T Pt 14. t ;:: V. \ o LVi1t, with 1'Lt.k, M'.ud! ht. Eafjuire nl r-d. T-'S, I 1454 S'.ir--!! Qiinv. I.rrnIsr ). 18.14. bh U 43 : of: Tallahassee) an-l iiiij n>vcnicuts thereon, fr
t I ) a f U.e Frr.iiUi 0.'WitY Cr.t2t; ( ittrt. I I'Z1vbcreii t,14 (ltierUPet4tN.r. 5 4. 'M P.k'hM! Lilian nnl G 'ft.'n Pillow! Case ( cotl,. fisdsfien Tax follfdor's Sale. > huii.lri-il, and ger#nty f. et ((17n) on laval street .Colored ;in Oil. i'fthe WaabiugU ilv- ; .
IT mid! h"mdreil and thirty ff 11 ((13d) on Clinton strrutii
M"r Jina ilv i rwi* cVipi.i.inu! : and t \Sel 1FI. !iO 1-4 Supciitir Irili Linciv. otw -um "it. 0\26 Vi'cTi.-. ... .. ... 4 40.CC*
s. l-.m HollHitd. V'n ijf a s 1 t1,<- 1 ...jj4 j f V.'jlliuij.1L 1--- 8-4, 9-4 1'1 4. H- Jjlch'd DaninsU Table Liiiiiii. BY virtue of the! powtr vestcd hi me by law, I taid Ciy.! 'Also! three eicrhtlw, of Lot n'mitx-r twhuiulrcd > 231OW3te Rnfc En raviu v from : :
Ncgro at fc.ile btf.ue the C..ut Ilm nn4 ((21 1 1.) in the oiijnJ'nl of ,,: ()
It.te'ii..rt.Z1i' r : ninety w. plan d.erent1'Iste$ now lii poe un of '

d i publiV outcry, tu !',< lihttt In !ld"! -, fur e:1i OX >I nwlHy.J n(. tylt-lf.55. viil 1 e'11 tt I'iniye nn-1 HttckabitLlc T
'a thti lirnt M-MI lay: <>f PVIinimv t :c, l, twc.'*n tie AiKti..n. U-f..ietle C ,uitIJWo 1oor- Enjlif-h Cra h fir-Tea Towel day in March next, the t.llnwiu hiiuls: tr MI uiucli tretti in Slild Ci r. fp ,ntiii'jn; JlcCurty *tree1 market T 'oe of front 50 cents to p

t ) T of 11 aoj j*. *clofk. A. M., the following Je.] I %.-- n ,'tHan, SeanWreM, ngta 30 year*, .4 Snow Prop Dnmnsk Napkins and Dorlie. thereof M'will be sufficiti.t 'to pay the State nr.dCouny one t'ia-lrHl and seventy f ef, ((17i( ) and CHI Bo'uleranstrfit $Ieaeb,. . . .. ... ., 41.000 '
1 tit. lJ.j-ajed taxes thereon fir the 'vein* \'tZ nnd 1854.aitd one hundred and twenty: seven fret and a half
; 13.year of French. class
first in
pr..porty. i< wit : ToRcther, with a great variety English 1 Dwelling ILirty rttstreet. i
Ci-1. nsJnp l the c ti.te of J. J. tins exrw-n !* in, <*idt>'it thereto, tw-'wit : 0-i bun (l 7i.inore or less, and the three dwellings and other -
: 1J3 Q'Xeal. iluecaaoJ. awl 0 iijiluintB. Roil Tiekine of New York
I'riots .
$ iutnVr fire a.'id FiXteCfl.( ((5 nid: 1/J/ ) jn WICKA : : auJ Ameiican, : etty,. ... 11,0*0
Cctt. and Ptire. 34gi uumW five ntid ixtcf iuis.Casli UKURY A ItO WLES. nil w'dthn and qualities. Worsted Uncy. Canton Hun dred and nineteen ziert 8 of laud. lyinc and -insn! ? the in>j n rement8 there'n. 22 building lots in On* Hundred and '
((5 Dec.) 16. !. of (;fiuleden.! ntlIhi'tflf't known but kimwn 7, <.> half the porclia ensh. and
1C. ne
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; 'J 1C.L,11ck) C t-vo ((2.) Io1. nuniljenme and twenty Ou ta n >H White and lied Flannels, real Gnuze and Welch County i 155 mi money One hundred and First Streets. Nv -
the hind to iMlim* to M. ILirvev. the otlirr half at twelve months, bearing eight
anj 20,) tl-jck 11 two ((2.) !Iut. ( nuralw one and two FlannelM'xlc, Pcnrlrt nnd Blue Moreen D.imank.; Ilarvcy purporting per York city, each 23x100 feet d.en, .- -

(II I sod 2.) ia b'K-k twi-ntv(20( ,) Jora onetirond three Plantation for Sale. Dn'iie'te anil vtted Flnnn"lg ftirclifldren onil 1eih, JAMES S. SMITH, runt interest, end secured by lieu on the premises.II.ARqilER.jR. t. ... ... .i..i '*.1,000 vt

(1,2 tod a,) iu bU-k tl.ii-ty-ecrcu (?7.) THE SulnciiU-rolVr* hi* pla-o. C.'jQ acres of land, .4C kA, thi a 'rtr lHre a.'u'rtnieiit' of Men Tndie Tnx Ae ti'ir JL'Col'retirjor' GudiJcn Connly.iuincjDecemlx.r 100 Villa Site*, euntainfne each 10.060.agnare sI

IWtof wharf l-t number twcrtvr: and twentyjetcn S
((2Caud 27.) Ix-iug thirty-n-T n Ifltl Jmlf ((37j) U -iicIii-cd and til CuUiv ti
eetnortheart.fn, a TuiJit Wotv-fire feet bug btaiile cotton ami pro\ iS>nlff the balance in pine or punctual time; dealers, as will induce them to Tax-Collector's Sale. The above talc! I is poetptnedtthe firvt Munitnv nificent 'Tiew of the Hudsoi River'
((78)) ,
:'orthwct from Cherry n'-- !land, valuable' for timber. On the plsee is a large buy. notwithstanding the bardncs?. of the times and virtue of the power vested in me by low. I in Jrtiumrv, 1855. nd Long Island Sound at. ... -OO $QO ) -

rart 1 vbEf: ljtdnUrLj 'thrtce; ,, atj (nurteen and c/'unmodioaa dwfllin*. with 4 upright and S gr- the great nonrcity of money. CAnoe and,pep.nios.n. B shall! expose for wile before the Conrt House doiir -V ,20 perpetual loans of cosh without ;interert .

4nn'! 14..) lkJflg anti a.f(3( ; ) ri...,, ret r "tn', C fire plnCA'cnd; nil the ta.eeFnrji'ut. CIUCHLOW i BUOTHEIIS.PPP. in Quincj', GatUden County, on the second Xloivlwyin Coroner's Sale. r security,- f230 each,... ... $ QO

14 4d.hWt frcnn a piit (; ) UtS buildinpn 1d: mnke R eiHnf-irtaW ''family rrtiilenep; 16. 1P.4. 50xcw March next, the following land.*, or 10 much thereof virtue of a certain writ of fieri facias is- 50 perpatanl loans of cash vitbout ia*

wett tjom .'-rry ftreut.Asoix quarto f-tr tlw 1evim'nwftioI! f'g5 T"SO sigr : IWSWESS AT ALLIGATOB FLA as will b* euffieifnt to piy the State andOunty tax B uetl from the Ckrk'a Office of Leon Circai 'tertA or security i of {100 each .. -. 8,080

antI ou. ,f 13fl.1ergJth lud a yi'd well uf water with' a'ntvtr faiUng supply es themn f.ir they em 3 Ibo3 and 1154. ami the expanses C xiiilor'Flridai ibpreitt-Haler 100 perpetual loans of ca h vitbutit toter ;- --. .

U) of fifl !, 2a1 thu e4t tiritoek. 'r f' IJK ;mkrigtwd l have uo eJ in heavy good lu'-jjeut thereto, to-w.it: J'iirJjv(
fl4flet re uu Lu'e4retlb' ( AIM Cr1 in4 Fo1rr. n.k nfjforui JL nnd G'mmJFfion bin-met_ Ilavit'a' : tlteir own 250 ji
5 Itt) tt ;T ). ty : acres'ofland.ly ami beiuj; in. Q ddcu CounU. J Council A. -
Patlrickv pJa'ntUI ao -
;te.AIaoha 1reet.n1redths dead ,tnl iLfrw Mflch! Cows, Sold. of lan-l trnivpoilallmi, they intend kccp'tigHti8t \ w ; Bryan ,jynde* orcurilj, vf.$2Oeacbt .
,:id Mtiltin.' 6 nt nbargaia means Lumber* not Lnmvn, nut Iciu-wn os the'jDriulen 'truflt )levied 'nd will ..
(7 9S.30Q) ttet, j ultogetbe1, or ratty be treated fir t'eiirnti1y.i ; < nUy (Iii linnd n atncl; t>f Heavy Gone!*, which of lantl, nurporttng to btlonp ti. thc' tat "of rHraJctil ftniiint I have G'urt: Hou' ypon door the cxixse[ foriaaUb 2C>00 terpetual Joan* of'cash '

heIuem) ,is IbC" i iIith p) ,i -. ?! j; 8. BOND. tltev mcfln to wjl ntfiich piiecs, n *wiil lenr nn into I -J AMfeS: -* SMITH < f)* e in citj f .c
temit ( Poe, on Monday, the Ut dajQf JauuarjrJLD... JSi5UMI ,
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the-ft.teg f -*HM & *, Ih.t. t ) .Ierncnt Planters to uist of tli fur rttail > lleferenc. in regard lclwr the
'"Wo. iyfr.'nji.I;. J"4/n/ 1G. isi. : go bUp- Taa7cct r & A ewffar jFq4' .'(y.i follow iu de ci ibi-d property, tow it: '
'etl M'palAjKcV f 'if* MKuiVr December 154 Ids 49 it Gu, Ural estate bruki-ra,

Ma (i, o j ? ) UtcV ne, ? :;;. : '.UOflV( I' L'n4! "" '. They wU' nl-rt m&lvO Uio tji-JsJjTKs'i ndvawrs on _Qomev i r l,, .., .;, /f -- Two hundred ncrtagf pd nuM ig hein*: nnlvnr <
*f 8til -v -.. i w, VTT1-1, k t.) ; on Fcrbca rurchaVe, mul kpownVs the 1'a 1LI
fj1i. 1Iii 'Cfcttou.n'jd t-bip the i anic 'i ll\ fct1ir.n't.s in CUatles. Black Seed 0-xJs pCJlVifl: R, Pcttcs 'with l!
I' ( Rnvannili New Y't.! nnd c., Mill 'Trtck. tTicllnproeIneIt4 hI4 J4npnn
cr' franspf.rt'it'fromtl.rIljr.tosf'OTS8ATliift'rJc $
i 1T1 tip, (.t oa4i -
: : ; 'iro'1. '" 1J111iBUSILELS Seed Oatfi, ihebt the.prp'pety CinitldllA.'IrssnA' 'tPb'e t1, cati.ii -
i to satlv *id! :It f fi -ri f-K;li". a.ccorrl'mg tc la tu u. ari flo'tt
f ---) 1 JP.T1tEYS: tt: O.IAI1ptr. outI : BEERY' ROWLES, si4d v yt t vD. ; Iy .
i ; 'I December4: hZ1.13 uttini1 L L. U17LL Corolrr.Dcwtnfcti ,
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HEIR & RUST LONG A CiLBEAITH, iri OIN. -I IGUTTA PERCWATER PROOF GOODS Notice. .

Sock ATToRNEYS AT LAW, TALLABASSKK, FLA.MA. TRADE MARK.IMDE1 SIX month after date I abaft prvaene m*
Came aid look at
our before
vouchers
you pur. to the Hou.
c1 R NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYL Judge oflSJ
) LONG Jt J. B. GALBRAITH hav HMO
r- chase_rjsfichfre. We arc now rccrir tig themselves in the practice nf I nw.- T INDKR: GIN whose failure has been reported Jefferson C\r the County estate,as of 1st. Sheriff aoJ adm '!a"uei

from Nan York a General Assortmrnt They will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit: the through all of the Cotton growing States, i is it ill alive County and ask a.-y OI"lDtha- -b. qofasid
k"- Court and the District Courts of the United nrul ol'lf to run, and. during the Ir.st season has been to be dd -a 1tsadministw
of Gvoit suitable to Supreme SAFE certain cure for Cub".Cll Cri. DANIEL .
your States at Tnllfll.awee.Oth'ce brought t. that state of perfection which rt'OIl"f1Iiu- A lnt If the of < \ U T. LIN It
( September 1854.
Asthma Consumption pitin IT '
1 success certain. F'ur short staple its iiperiority .
wants, tonsivting in part opposite the Court House. great and
Blood Bronchitis
,
t October !8, 1854. ly over Un saw Gin i strikingly apparent to !ocHlju of the following ari. superiority nsists in leaving the lint cleaner, Affections.Opinlona f7NORTH 'AMERICANAGUTTA \
siies
of the Pros 1l
Sugar Rollers
cka-th : WM.X. LAWTOJf-..WAIJfWOlOnT! BACOT-WM. M. TAT ",'o rf i-jxn iitidfrif from ko'_, and does not cut, FOUR 1
LOa-JOBKMl T. Dili-W. LAWTON,tH. break or in any way ;Jnjire the fibre, at the same The Louisville Journal says: .Dr. Rodger' Liverwort ( / PERCHAU\ J. and 18 inch. Also 8.t IQd '.
DRY) GOODS DRY GOODS'' 0_ tim. imparting to the lint that soft and oily feeling and Tar not only gives immediate relief coughs Wheel Segment I. ?.. POND ,"floc

I WM. M. LAWTON & CO which is natural to the staple when picked by band, and colds, but. from th testimony of men of tlk highest Newport, September g, 1884. II

_ _,,_ 106 peices Georgia Ker-jmany other articles otSfys making the lint from the sam lot of seed worth standing here elwhere. it is making some COMPANY )joj.NEWYORK. New Bank Agency a-
_ nnd Plaits Inumenuis to mentioa.fiOO from | to 1 J cents per pound more than when ginned very remarkable cures consumption.
$ Nesrr Blankets, | Sra Jslftttft! Cotton /actors, on the saw gin. The Rainvay Register adds: .We have heard it THE undersigned Agent for the ,j ,:! .

_ H pr lJe.1 1 A. j FANCY GOODS. It cleans the Sea Island Cotton beautiful, and will &by persons of great re"Jtbli1ity. who have \ \ OF WINNSBORO',S. C Wii1.1&1.D
BleachM! A Brown Sliirt-! \o. 13, Southern Wharf, pin from 800 to 1000 pounds per day. and MI far as til meicne. that it is remarkable yHIGHEST pared to discount Bill nfExtkange, Dr :

1 i ups and! She.-tinj.'s. \\LadifS Dr::: GovJs CHARLESTON S. C. Manufacturers have tested it, the lint is in a much age, for Cuh Cold,Infuenz 1tc. ClitCKi acCm occ. on any of the princi,_ eiti.a

40 pieces Plain aad PlaidronVrfn; ; in part of August, ISM. 34 3mCopartnership better condition for the Hill than from any other Bronchitis, Asthma Pain in and Ureat, Spitting .' Towns of the U.S. Also liberal advance OIl ,

Litweys : -- of Blood, Whooping Cough, and all Lung complaints % 4wioS4Z 6 while in store and wnting orders k __ -,
: Flannells of all qualities:;Plaid. Watered and Gro. Notice. Gin.In North Ctrotinl1t'Fflrl'Battle! &Son of Ed ccomb which, if neglected, usually terminate in consumption \ PATEW Sept 23, 183i. 8'1 DAY LAD
.
Freoch English and Amer-5:! De Rhine Silks undersigned Lore this day entered into a co- County, and. Dr. B. L. Hill!, of Wayne County and ; and the certificates attached to the advertisement 400 Boxes Maaaraetarei
.j
loan Calicoes. 'Black (10 do do THE in theWHOLESALE several others have tried the Gin on Short Cotton the would seem fully to justify this lttelfnL'LI Medal of World's Fair and Meda T.bacc.Q
4 Brown. Bleached and Col- Crnre Poplins, with the result.In OoI
; AND RETAIL past: sea "n and are highly pleaded crwort. I : Institute awarded for god ConsulBent.rTlHE .
ored Hose :J Printed DeLiines, bound to clean.
: .4 m, half)hose.' Plaid Wool and Persian DEIUGEJUSXNmSS Texas the New of Gin la IS lO'Jr(1A. who sweep purchased the- This plant: has for rr.any years been found to br of i WAREHOUSE OF CO. 102 BROADWAY aLd lIE subscriber has 400 Boxes Virgioia, MIDUra.

Furniture and apron checks,;! Delnines.Domestic UNDER THE NAME AND STYLE OF first Capt.two John Gina Duncan sold in Texas: lactaTes that if he had singular virtue in the cure of affections of tlC LiverMore PINE 8'UEF. where may b fonnd tured Tobacco than last, of assorted! qualities pat up',"'tll
PA 1J and Colored recently it was ascertained that it possessed Gnttti Ferclm in Variety more care Season's lot. and better a'.j
Ginned his whole
in.time to have it ,
received them crop GoOds
Grea
plaiJlnnJstrirlH'I"ilJ. BARNARD & MAXWELL. great in Bleeding at the to our climate all of which wi'.l: be c
sold
1 0 pieces j would have made a difference of from 2000 to 3000 power arresting Lungs Cough* Far superior to any Good in the chants and Traders right t4
Collars and Hdkfs will be to see their friends of 1 chronic cliaracter, Ac, and of essential 1 service iu ; also on time, to gnoDANL
4 10" Ky.JeouCape.: )They pleased dollars in his favor. mlkt't. comprising many desirable articles for Export part_
; Blacknnll FrtnyCassimereBlack! and White Silk hose' and patrons at the old stand of E. mnard.Jr. The 60 inch Gins are warranted to pick 1500: pounds all diseases of a pulmonary character. and Country Trade consisting in part of Coats,Cloaks, Newport. Lan

Black and colored worsted]:' and I Gloves, ., sign i of the Mortar corner of Monroe of lint in 12 hours. The 48 inch Gins will do from Tar. P.inehes, Overalls, Lcgginn Caps. Souwesters, Camp September 23, 18M. 38

: I4itS Shawl !mack, White and Colored __M__ nnd Clinton streets where they will keepa 1000 to 1200 pounds of lint in the same time, with This article is now universally acknowledged to be !;Blanket Hors Covers, Carriage Cloths Piano Cover 1 Bank of Charleston -

Plaid! HJkfs. or nil pri't's'| Kid Gloves. full and general assortment of articles appertaining proper speed, and to run as long as a Saw Cia ; and tlC most healing and dJcent application for discnacdor ) *. Fire Buckets Travelling D'gl Surgical Articles, at New Port.Florida.
? PiHow cuss and Liuen'Bl.ick! Silk Mitts aud La- I to their line of business and solicit the patronage of III cisc of failure,with proper usage, they will be madeIJtHxl. decaying lungs, or any portion of the fleshy or muscular Steam Packing and hundreds of other articles. AGENCY McNAUOflTAORJfOJB
r Bhtttiug. i dies Buck. Gloves their friends and the public. of the human These free from odor .
: L I parts body. Its medicinal nn.1 l goods arc unpleasant very Newport January 14, 1854.
; ;L Plaid and Plain Muslin ofEd;ings and Iiuwrtiugs, E. nAn ARn, JIt. Puce of 43 inch Cm SOO. ForGO inch 325. To I l preservative qualities were understood:! t hI the Egyj>- tenacious pliable and elasctic.not injured by fatty substance !

.. all quxlities, together with; antil1al, tc, dc. O. TROUP MAXWELLFebruary be delivered at the nearest(It'fI4.t or landing to tlio tii1.'in the early ages of the, world,and no doubt, now and imr.ke:: India Rubber, WILL NOT DE- To THE PLAMERS OF 'FLeIIDA.-
-- 1,((4,) 1854. 6 exists scientific that the used CCMPOSE AND BECOME STICKY are CHEAPER -
purchaser and Man: furnished to set the Gin running. among men preparation ; Cotton Seed-No
...' Boots and Shoes. in the emtalmcut of bodies and different from other Gutta Percha made I H1UDbuC
i ir # Terms Cash .n ten day* tii.il was composed principally any IE undersigned, fa
now
:?;,{ ...t. K. /TEN'S, D' 'Inn'l, I Youth* Russett Brogans DR.W. C. WIHTAKER, There will be a stuck rf these Gina kept in Tallahassee of this ingredient. In later age*, it was found in this country or Europe,and i T home, has made Misin.ippireturn Vofciooa wife u
arrangement "
J- and Cttlr the Brick Store to be in universal use among the aborigines of America Warranted to Stand i
i l.\ Kip RESIDENT PHYSICIAN, nl recently occupied by al Climates. most careful Planters in the selection aDd impre',
. W* .Gent'. Calf Scw'd and Pc'd Boot. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Messrs.{ E. T. Taylor & Co. for the sale of their saw and at this d,y it is their principal, ami. in fact, CERTIFICATES from rols who have tested menl of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed for fl".

.. i.1'"u; Meu's Kip Ped'd B xjt4, tight nnd h avy, his professional services to tbe citizens of Gins.All only medicine for nn it. unsound Those who state of the lgt the goods may b seen at tlC Store of the Company. I next crop. He has taken great pains tt procure tIle '
to
'- Wwinea'* Kip Peg'd B.ote. OFFERS and vicinity. Office first door East communications addressed to the Agent at Tallahassee or with any approach history are acquainted TERMS LIBERAL. purest and best sorts and will engage to furnish the
.. the of this of know that
hardy race men
'p -I Buskins of Post Office building, immediately adjoining Dr. will meet with prompt attention. Dealers Planters of Florida with better seeA tbaa have
bath invited to examine these before ever
i is unknown them arc
a goods
from
Morocco and Calf Bu kius and Bobtcts, Conmtnption : among before been
Nadu A. R. CARGILL, ACEST. brought to the State. He will delrvtr
}'IrF i Ladies Kid Ties, Buskint aud Gaiter, January H. 1854. 2 ly The medical faculty al countries appear to have purhAsing t'1t'hert. I the seed to the order of the Planter in St. Marts
,.* TTitk a good assortmtut ofMiwe* aud ChilJren's P. S.-These Gins can be seen in operation OD Short become aware of the great healing properties of this to any ir amount on short notice. Newport during the next fall or winter, and wfll n
Cotton the commenccmnet of the next Ginning article, and are now introducing it in their practice. CAUTION.-Base of Varnished certificates preduee
11. .. A. PERRY AMAKER ,attested,as to the character of
Dr. of Dr. of St. Peters Indiii Rubber, are already being offered in the market the ir-
.c season at the Plantation of Col. R. W. Williams, Gen. BuLo. 1A1 Cridlto. tides furnished, and the standing of tbe Planters
&TTSt5SB1f AT LAW Win. Bailey. Gov. John Branch and W. F. Lloyd,of L1 l'aril.8Ul the rifinguiht Therefore purchasers should bear in mind that all genuine whom they are obtained. The kinds furnished from
n Bats and Caps. t Leon County: Cot B. F. Whitner of Gadsden Co. ; Dr. Cooper, have bcen.iu the habit ofc nl.inil goods are stamped with the trade mark of the be the Big White Mexican the Vick, the fin sill;
FLA. knl
TALLAHASSEE, Thomas\Hitt'. T. N. .( J. D. Marriek and It.A. other articles iu their prescriptions, and with entire Company. WILLIAM RIDER Little Brown. The Big White Mexican
Moleskin Hnl May 21,1S58. 20 Youn of Jackson Co. :J. G. Anderson and success. Aug.S.'St. 31: .'n). Pres'L N. A. O. P. Co. in are theinost
sad Boy's FaihM >. CAplDaniel sought after Mississippi as the most reliable
: .4., GKXT3 Drab Beaver n"u, D. P. H LLAND, Bird JeflfenJm County and J. MrGclue, |3?" Jwareof? Counterfeits. tin J bite Imitation*! Florida H tel, but will supply either of the others desired. lUrf'

1t' ( Wlde-a-Wake, Senlland Now.a-day ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, E. and Col. Hurrinon.. of Madison County.Ihektter jy The genuine is igned ANDREW Rooms on the MOXTICELI.O JEFFERSON COUNTY. Planters wishing Seed, can address him at Kadisw,
)' .. Sporting Hat of all qnalities Florida from the Mills Manufacturing Compa- eke plate engraved wrapper around raclf bottle. Court House, Florida, post-paid
t S 15 dos. Men's BUck and Col'd Wool lists, Quinry, published below gives some idea of the value of Jl per bottle, or six bottles for ?5. Sold undersigned gives notice to the pnb- JOSEPH L. DUTTOJT

44 .> B .y's. Youth's and Infants Sporting Hats, 'ITFTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir- this Giu for Long Staple Cottou.HOLTOJtElws. wholesale and retail, by SCOVIL A MEAD. A.1 'I'HE that he has refitted the Hotel in April 20.1854. 17 tf

a & ,i'.,_ Men's Cloth Capa of\.l eir.-4 nnpnces! yr cuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties. 113 Chartres between. Conti and:. Louis steet.*, Wonticello, formerly kept by Capt New- -

wVT t > Boy's, Youth's an JInfa'ts, and .. Octi.ber2t. 1852. 42 tf April 4, 1854. New Orleans, man, and will be prepared to receive visitors by 13th Notice.

,.a* WILLIAM SCOTT S. R PiuKuvbT, Esq General Agents for the Southern State, to whom all of November. TIme house is now in thorough repair, SIX months after date,I shall present Seal leeotnt

1L Crockery, Class, and Stone Ware. Dear Sir: We have used the few orders must be ntldrcsed.So1I and will be so managed as to promote tbe ccmfort of vouchers ta tbe Judge of Prolate ofJt&tna* :
also by D. H. Ames, Barnard & Maxwell and boarders. Attached stables County, Florida, and make
&TTY! [ 16/AW quests are good application for &
>rtk]. usuallykepl in this lias. )Miles of ten Island and other long staple Cottons( my
E'-.UT MONTICELLO, FLA. which ginned on Sea LIaud Cotton Nash A Co, Tallahassee; W. Rogers A Son, Chatfa- where every attention is paid to horses. Terms as charge as Administratrix of George W.Staodl'1,1at.
was
you say your hoochee; Geo.F Baltzcll. Marianna; Jon'an A Davidson moderate as at any other Hotel in the country. A of Jefferson County, drcea/wl
Saddlery.i&'L _July SO..I 18581 __ 30 ____ tljan! _,_ Gin. Quincy; A. H, Wilson, Newport; Samuel share of custom is respectfully solicited. JANE STANDLETT.AJmini'irntrir .
We rcjjrct in not lint ins n larger supply & McIVER PuleRton Monticcllo.Nor. C. BLESS. October. 18 4.
Bridles.! Martingales, Girth, BAKER Cotton to through our worki : a larger quantitywlu1.1 6m .1
t1E SADDL.'S. pass 4.1854. 44 4 Monticello Oftober 1854. 43
meow SS.
ly
Cull.mll1alUel.
Spur Carpet ATTORNEYS AT LAW, enable us to jude more correctly as to the re- --- Tax Cofl ctor's Sale.
111i..u,'Bridle Bitts. Stirrup Irons and Leuth- ativc merits of Cotton Gin over the common John BurgdorfF 1Salathiel Leon Circuit
,
your
TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA Court-InChancery.
4..i-: T virtue of
iga. the
Sum to vested
triu Bather CtlfSkins, it :. roller Gin. lment sworn B power in me by law, I
AI..t.o in the Middle and Western Circuit V '
WILL practice *47 Albert J. Pickett and wife shall expose fur sale before the Court HOUM door
1, : aud iu the Counties of Decatur and With our experiments on the small l lt of Cotton CrOmao)f Dud John U.Gindrat and wife, at Madison on the second Monday j in April next,th.

: ,Bonnets. Thomas, Ga.UOLLIN received,we are of the opinion that our Cuttou Gin THE Defendant and all others interested arc here f.,. } following described land or so much thereof a* will
1 JT Asftorin nt of Bnnnels, Wreath and iniii ItAKER, A. N. il'lVER, does not injure the Staple of the Cotton, and that notified of the commencement of tLU suit re>- Samuel H. Duval. Adniin- pay tho State and county tax due thereon for the T.sr

'.,4 i *.-.I \ .t'.. .i i s flowars, : "., <*e. Talfchauff. Quiney. here i is an improvement in the evenness nUll dt'auli- turnalile tu a Jiutiee's Ce'nt. to b held at Tallahassee !elrator, Joseph W.Field et al.J 854. and the expenses incident thereto to-wit: The
41-4 January 7, 1S54. 1 hess of the fibre which will materially increase the mi the 13th of November, A. ., 1R", and to njvpear being made to appear bv affidavit that Joseph North half of the Northwest quarter of section twenty
', groceries. --- value of the article and reduce the cost of Manufacturing. ali plead to the same. Given under my hand IT f l'.1.: Sarah.W.Powell Eldim Field Thomas in towrship one North Range seven East purprotiD
.p, :4i4' NEW YORK. Mid seal, this Srd dav .>f November. A. I), 1854. Field, and Harris Field,defendants in this cause, reside to belong to John Patterson.
e and Lacuna (-.t1't.e.( Old Government Java end, BREWER & CALDWELL However these aro questions xihioli can be more DOX.\LD CAMERON. J. P. [L.S.] K yond the limits of the State of Florida to-.'it: in ROBERT McKINirT.

; RIO" .. Brown and Cruhed SugArlmftrial .itisfuetrily( settled by experiments! ('11 a larger ::.v. 4. 1854._ 44 3m lie State of Mi.issipi, it is ordered that the said defendants Tax Assessor and Collector for Madison Coonrr.
.
f. ;S Green Powder Tea Genlicn SUCCESSORS TO CENTER 4 t CO., locale, nnd in order to accomplish this, we hope you Leon Iion'Works do appear and answer otherwise the said Oetoberl4.1854. 6m_ 41
a.vi Popper Sauce 01.1 Winchester 'OMMISSIOIV'MERCHAXTS will be able to furnish larger stipplivs of long etuple County
: 8 xU Crackers GENERAL ( jomplainants bill shall be taken pro confetta against '
.:v '. ; .. Wbifkey S36. Rose aad Holland G in,Madeira.and 1 ort JV'o. 20, OLD SLIP. Cotton ginned by your Sea Inland Cotton Gin. TALLAHASSEE FLORJDA. them, aud that this order be published once a weekit Wakulla Iron Work,

-. IH.e and Slierry Wine, Onions, ki*. Tobacco Soap, May 13.1854. 19 iy Tour! Truly, Establwhment i;now iu full operation. All some newspaper printed in the Middle Circuit of NEWPORT, FLOJUD .
bottles and
i. BUrch Candy, Candles and SLot. Snuff in (Signed) J. L DAVIS; Agent. Jorders will be attended to with promptness and Honda for the space of four months. T HIS Establishment is now in full operation. AS
;,4 4. WadJers. Powder in quarter, half and whole Kegs, COTTON PLANTER'S' Uadley Folks Co. Millc. ill work done with neatness and dis >atch. AT CHAMBERS Sept. ICth. 1854. order will be attended to with ., art

a.,.t'.., Cider and WhiU vine Vinegar. White Rum Peach aro-ElO"l1se. June 10. H.-!,. 23 tf Al kiodi of work such 1 Steam Work, Mill Work J. WAYLES BAKER. JuJ?e. all work done with neatness and dwpateb.promptness
and Apple Brandy, American Brandy, and Old Kec. "VV ---DR.----JOHN- ---P.TALLAHASSEE--. -DUVAL- --- ,Gn Ge"nl Sugar Mill. Circular Saw Machinery, A true copy Attest:HITCH AECHEB: ,Ja, Cl"k C All kinds of work, such a*Steam Work.Kill Work,

; tax Whukey. TALLAIIASSEE7FLORID1 Shafting, Pulleys, hangers, Plough Castmgs Brass Sept 23. 18M. 4m 38 Gin Gearing Sugar Mill Circular Saw l-m Mrr

FLORIDA.orKici .listings ..; also SUgar Kettles, of any size kept Shafting. Pulley, Hangers Plough Castings Brass
; dotnTnff.GKITTS 0 : AT TIII: COURT 1Il.SE.i! i wistaritly ('n hand. Al done in such nn cstabifihnu AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Castings &.; also, Sugar Kettles,of any size, kept
.- ,. 4 black and colored Cloth Frock find Vrn* To COTTON PLANTERnnd otfirri oflMs nJ1e ad January28. 1854. 4 I 'ut will be done by u", with a particular regard THE undersigned Agent of the above Company constantly on hand. All work done in such an esUbishment -
; .: -, ; Gentlemen's colored Tweed Frock Sack joining Counties in Florida and Georgia: ,- -- 1 tl'; the strength and durability). of the work. receive applications fur and make insurance will be done by n*. with a particular regard

.. aud half Frock Coats. Overcoats uf all kinds with an i "\V7E, the undersized subscribers, return to you Notice. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings to the strength and durability of the work.
: Shirts Drawers Collars, I V T cur most grateful thanks for the liberal &'. Furniture Merchandise, &e. Competent Workmen in readiness
.e, ki-c assortment of Vests, Pants, very persons intere'ted will take notice that six EJ/nel./ always to put up
At, JU. patronage which has been bestowed upon us, through ALL : after the first publication of this aclver- will b liberal, and all work done strictly for January 29, 1863. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Engines,&e.

,4. your kindness, since we have been engaged in the tipm'nt.;i I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of I ah? ,or accepted orders on some buinel firm in this Term will be liberal and all work doc strictly for
Hardware. Cotton Storage. Weighing and Selling Business in this Probates (,f Leon County for a discharge from my i>lacc. Liberal prices paid fo old Iron, Copper and Notice. cash,or accepted orders on acme business firm in this .

"1E.4' kept in this line city, and we again offer our services the ensuing season Admiuistrator Lip of the estate of William U. Brockeubrough. Urass. months after date. the undersigned, adminl'tra pla e. Tallahassee, or Quiuev.
usually
;; ETZRTTIIING at our olJ"stand and hope that oar duty in the deceased. All letters must addressed(post paid)to SIX of the estate Thomas Mills,deceased, lateo Liberal prices paid for old Iron.Copper and Bras

performance of your business heretofore has been so ELLEN A. BROCKENI5BOUGII, Adm'x. J. M. SHINE d CO.Tallahassee, Fla. jadsdeu County Florida,will present his final account All letters must be addressed (post paid)toM.H.PONDACO

.i ? Double Barrel Guns varying Iron. discharged as to secure your patronage and influencein June 17. 1854. 24-fini March ii. 1854._10_ and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate for ,

-. I-' (.1 Ul'IS.-20|20 to $50. ALSO a general assortment o the future Very Respectfully.BROOME: & HEIR. Cheap Goods._ pTe. BROKAW'S laid County, and ask G.to B.be MILLS.discharged.Administrator. January 21. 1854_I yewPortria.

Tools. Notice.
Blacksmith
; OetoberllS54. *i September 30, 1S4. 39 Subscribers contemplaet LIVERY AND SALE STABLES Augcst 12, 1854. 32 6m
vt- TilE a new arrangement in their ALL persons creditor. legatee entitled to distri

1k4 Curled b3ir Mattraasei. WHITE &, SLUSSER, business as makes it necessary to TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Executor's Notice. or otherwise interested in the Estate of

4 lot of fine curled dispose of their present stock of Goods. This Stock --. 49'IIE months after the undersigned. Executor of the Elizabeth Miller,late of Madison County. Florida deceased -
Wliolcsalc and Retail Dcalert in
received ou consignrfleat a : Copper SIX are hereby notified to exhibit their claims and
would inform
Proprietor Will and Testament of Archibald Bnie late
.4 *_ consists of of Watches ol ,
a- JUST for a good supply description
things every -
mattrasMs, double or single-very Tin, Sheet Iron, Hritiania; c.t$ JapaneJ-art. Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Cutler, Guns Plated I his friends and the of Gadsden County deceased will exhibit his account demands within two years from the date hereof to the

3:' Lot, weather, which we will sell low to cu1.JjAUv. Ware, and numerous other articles, which. they pledge publiC that he has rebuiltbis _ and vouchers before the Judge of Probate for said undersigned or the same will be barred; and all perIODS

;' ,c: D.28 Cooking, Pnrlor and Wood Stoves, themselves to sell to cash customer at greatly reduced large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is DOW County, and apply for a final settlement and discharge make indebted to the said deceased,are requested to
Fsw Port July 15. 1S54._ received all trimmed and in complete prices. TOWLE & MYERS. prepared to accommodate his friends and customers.He from the administration of said Estate. immediate payment to

e ;: -. MILES NASH & CO. JUST of the latest improved patterns and for April 15. 1654. 15Nails. aIM has attached to his Stables, a good) blacksmith DANIEL BUIE, Executor. JOHN L. MILLER. Administrator.
t?:>*,> *. sale at reduced pri es,and will defy coinpctt lion Shopvhere he will have done all kinds of October 21, 1854. 6m 42 Madison C. R. Mad.Co, NOT. 1 8, 84. 1m 41

A 1lM Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., for neatness durability vnd service. Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work. Notice.

; inform their friends and the public that llonse Work. t A A KEGS on hand, and for sale low bv In the very best manner and with promptness and Bagging and Rope.BAGGING months after date I shall
WOULD band assortment of suchartUles : IUU ) Jispntcb. and ROPE furnished to SIX present my final ae-
ii&SSwj&t.- on a good HEItt it R.UST. regular cus
Ornamental Heads for and vouchers
Gutters. to the
,
Roofing Guttering 44 Judge of ProbmU of
in their line of business 5,1853. D. LADD.
as are generally kept August 19. 1854. S3 !u\'ILr any quantity.
Tin conducting Pipes, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead, Lead Madison County Administratrix with this will as.anexed -
s > and will be receiving regularly fiesa supplies. Their Cistern Work of Newport, September 2, 1854. 35 of Levi Drew, and ask to be
wSrf shall be reasonable. Pipe, Pumps. Shop every descripJjon 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. Notice.SIX I dl.ebargiJIowsaid -
; rms 14 done with oeatners And despatch. Subscriber offers for sale his months after date, the undersigned, adminis DR. LEWIS administration.MARGARET
T&u&iaaseeApril9th.Is53., Cv;! and Country Merchants will find it to their ad- rpHE Plantation lying of the estate of Thompson Ware, deceased DREW,Admmutnfeix.October .
and
half miles
$ ten a northofTallahassee. There
Master in Chancery's Sale.BT vantage Jo give them a call before purchasing else are in the tract seven hundred acres of aa good land late Jefferson County, Florida,will present his firmalaccounts RESIDENT DENTIST FLA.fMIS 1.. 1854. 6m_41_

"*. iT where. as can be found in the State-800 cleared and the and vouches to the Hon.Thomas J. Chace TALLAHASSEE Notice.
w, virtue cIa decree in Chancery rendered on the 3f N. B. AU! our articles are manufactured from balance in wood. On the Dwelling Judge of Probate for said County and ask to b dis [ now inserting Artificial Teeth on the
premises
are a good
day (f November A. D. 1854, in Jefferson the very best isaterf.il: aDd warranted durable-no house, Gin House and Screw with cabins charged. WM.H.WAREdm'r.. new and improved principle, with ALL persons having demands' against tho Estate

te' : : Circuit Court,wherein Asa May,administrator Richard other will be offered for sale. and all other out-buildings. To a good purchaser negro this No.embr 11, 1854. 6m : 1 gums, from one side to the : William Jenkins deceased late of Leon County -
of the estate of Caroline 42 are notified to present them to the Administrator
and also
B. Cole deceased October 21,1854. is a rare Terms made Address ; other without seam or crack, leaving no place for Ihe
Cole deceased and Margaret M. May his wife, roe through opportunity.the Tallahassee Post OlHce easy. Beeswax I Beeswax lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly within the time required by law, or this notice will
or me on
see
be in bar
and wiil mak
those indebted
and said May in right of his said wife and as her next New Goods. the premises. J. ELIOT. in any quantity f.r cash or trade, by. life-like, and restoring the original contour of the face, plead ; please
friend, Complainants ... Alvin Kay and Caroline Lie WANTED to defy detection. He will attend to all calls in payment immediately.JOSHUA
HAVE just received Fall and Winter June 10, 1854 23 BERRY ROWLES so as
my
teu & W. Administrator.
and the infant bcirs of Richard B. Cole and oth- I Full Setts. Those Full SAUNDERS
wife Middle Florida for wishing
of Cloths Cassimeres, V Ac, -- Oct. 21, 1854. 42 October
supply
1854. Sir 41
I 28.
DefendanU I will sell at public Outcry before the wtli'r information letter.
*rt,, of color, style, and quality I am LIVERY STABLE. SeLls can obtain all necessary by _
Court HOUM door in the Town of Monticetlo on Moo- every the Old SetUers of Florida. instance and
to make in the meat fashionable style, CI o To He will wan ant in every satisfaction Middle Circuit of yimida-In Leon Ciievil Cnrrt
0r4 day the tat day January, A. D. 1855,within legal prepared short notice and reasonable up term. WILLIAM II. NEWSOMOULD Iflclcrr. late of the General Land prices to suit the tunes. Terms Cash,or when called George N.Heir &James S.
hours the following described lands, situate, lying and JlilinsE. Rost.l
for. Partners te. Debt Attach-
to-wit -ALSO- Pension Office, Washington I). C, willattend tiadbg, u [ by
being in the County Jefferson, : "t inform June 24, IS 4. 25 Rust. t's. ment.
sli The Southern part of the West hf of the Northwest A LAKCK AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF f t' friends and the LiSk promptly to all claims under Florida Armed Joseph A.J. Roner. J i
Acts of 1842 and 1848. Persons who
l of section 11TuwnshiplSouthofRango4, READY-MADE CLOTHING that he always be Occupation -
quarter may Notice.TilE defendant and all other interested
were settlers under the said Act of 1842 and having persons
E, containing acres; also four and a half eighths Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, at the STABLE opposite the Jail,ready to accommodate with the thereof have not THE take notice of the insu'tnuoi of the above
lW complied received undersigned, admin 8tratrix of the estate of
lying near the Augustine Road and bounded by lands Talmas Coats VOlta Pants them with Carriage. and Horses. requrerets entitled suit attachment, and
,
: such as Cloaks Ac, Ao, the can have them ob- deceased of Leon County by they are hereby rt-
of Wm. Gorman,- Granlham, and the estate of R. Hones at reasonable terms. P.TDT: A.Ulmer,lately ,
which will be disposed of at low t'tLAl Qf kept Livery on attended to the subscriber. qnired to appear and plead to the declaration filei
or by demands
4 B. Cole; alto one other tract or I parcel of land lying a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars, t3f Vacant Lot and Feed furnished ft r Drovers ted gives notice to all persons having again therein-dated 13th November. 1854.
claims for Pensions
,
prosecuted Bounty iA them to the administratrix or
f and L'nds d estate to
half present
Road containing ur a A1
the Augustine with Horses and Mules.
OD Undershirts, Cravats, Stocks, Hosiery, &c. Ac. HUGH ARCHER, Ja,Clerk.
$c Uie land, and also other Scrip, Back Pay,to, tc.. o the mOt reaUbe to Mr. H.T. Blocker.her agent, within the time prescrlbedbylawortbisnoUCe -
known one
eighth, at Harvey Those desiring a thorough out-Ct will consult their He will exert himself to give satisfaction to his patrons will be in bar November 18, 1854. 3m 46
.1 tract or parcel of laud lying on the road leading from own interest by giving me a call M all the above and solicits a share of the public custom. trs. plead ; '-
make
the estate of R.B.Cole to Moo ieell of four eighths, articles have been selected with great care*,and witha Tallahassee, August 26,1854. 34 RUEEXC and all those indebted are requested to payment
containing b all one thousand and fifty acre more special yiew to their adaptation to this market. Hon. Lxwis CAM. U. S. Senate, immediately. Administratrix New Fall and Winter Good
MARY ULMER
COOPEB
or lei*.
JOHN J.E
Trm tiftJlo:-OOe half in on* year, and the October 21,1854. 4!PRATORIUS. COFFIN & BuNGLE, JOHN WILSON. Washington, D. C By H.T. Blocker, Agent DAVID G. WILSONIS

irii ..r half in two yean from the date of the sale with :FA.OTOa.S Address Post Paid, JULIUS RMEIERE. October 28, 18 4. 8w 43
date at the rate of eight cent to be from Waetf-
now the
interest from per Washington D. C. receiving brig Remington.
:: p Mewed by toortcar* on the premises. New ColS! New Goo !IIETTON CHARLESTON S. C. October 21,1854. 6m 42 Land for Sale.T and other vessels hi* usual supply of Fall aad
I
t AMES TUCKER, B A WRIT AKER are receiving, pet brig consignments of LONG and SHORT, STA- WILL ell my plantation on terms that are reas1 Winter Goods-an of which were elected br bimisif

:r Special master in Chancery. E. Remington a general assortment of Goods,in ANY COTTON, and other Produce, will meet Great Bargains at the New Cash Store. enable and accommodating to the purchaser. It in New York and purchased oo the most favoraWr
4 5 Tevember 1854. aw 47 Fall and Winter styles viz: with their best attention. Reference can be had of lie in Jefferson County, Fla, eighteen mile East of terms, many of them at reduced prices,which will**-
Black French Doeskin, Irish Linen. JAMES N. LincouB Madison County or R. E.DUKE, [One Door South ofG. dj- J. .leginn ..] Tallahassee,in the neighborhood of Waukeenab. It able him to supply his customer and all .

?. '.* Wines, Syrups, Ac.OLD Fey French Cassimeres, urdwl.od Br'n Domestics, Quincy, Fla.September E1. FRALEIGH takes pleasure to inform is choice land and in good repair,with two hundred favour him with a call either for cash or =
Worcefttenhire Saoee Fancy Tweeds, Damask Skirting, 80, 1864. 39 4m .L1 IR t eituD of Tallahassee and vicinity that he and sixty acres cleared. Land buyers come and see credit at price certainly a* low if not lower
Otard Brandy Fresh Lo1 ter Kentucky Jeans, Assorted Flannels, is now large and well selected stock of Dry toe ourselve5. ANDERSON PEELER. house b this city. They in part eoocist ofHardwars

i Port 4' Shad Plaid Linteys, Carolina Stripes, For Bale. Goods, and a large assortment of Embroideries and May 6,1S54. 18 tf Fanej d staple Drj Gooda Stationerr,
Madeira Printed Flannels Mannm do of Head '
also
Ladie's Drew style
; Laces, Cape l.tet Boot and *7.
) 4' Clam, BAGS. suitable for picking Cot.Uv Shoes Drugs_ Pr
Bberry do 9IUGUNNY of
;S Opera Carolina Plaids dresses, Capes, Ac, Ready made Clothing ev Notice.
44
Halibut HODGKISS 4 .c Saddlery.Oreeene ,
ton.
p. Lovdon Porter Blue Denims, Cantnu Flannel SCOTT. assortmentof Boots
; Scotch Ate,. Sardines, ." Drill., Bed Blankets, August 19, 1854. 33 er description and a also a fine assortment of a Sb aJ ALL persona indebted to the undersigned by ac Hollow Ware. *,

Brandy Pea Tomatoe, Katchup Fancy Calicoes, Blue Red*Or.a Blaok'U, Hat CJ too numerous to my mot are requested to come forward immediately Crockery and Glue Ware, Iron and Steel
Brandy Cberrie,'. Walnut U English Pun t Negro Blankets Notice. ote -Large sales and small mt.. and settle either by cash or note; a*be baa sold Hat and Cap, B.gkig tad Rpi

Gauva Jelly, Spice*, Printed rivets White Georgia Kerseys' 'IILE co-partnership of TUSNO, PINCKNEY A bn is entirely, new. out and i ia anxkm to close his book a* toon a*_po*> Boooet and TrimBainga' 00.fe,**

$ Currant do., Pickles, Assorted Hosiery. Georgia PUios, SI.CO. Laving been dissolved, subscriber will con October 7, 1854. 40NewBtksc. sible 'JOSEPH WHIT / Men and Do,* ,C1o&biQc.' _
r..I"ed Quinces. Raspberry.$!rePI JIeaY1Ottaahurg. titiu the Centrevflle NOT. 18, 1854. 48 CV.
.4 Pear, ,BtnwbetTj Merino Shirts FACTORAGE AND COIMISSOK BUSINESS -'- Jliddl* CironV/n.rla M Gremt
0 Ginger, Lemon M Joe AWhiU, )
4 1 Sparkling Gelatine, Oipg'r Towels Draws oo his own acoouat R. Q. PCTCKNEY,Jr. NOW receiving from New York a large and care i. Plantation for Sale. '. V Debt" -.;.

FUroring ExtncU.Spamsh Pine Apll. Scotch Napkins. Office NOBTH Coxmcui. W ARr0. i eelt stock of Books, embracing everydep.rtment THAT valuable Plantation in Jefferson County,fee Joseph A. I.Ro.y.) '
Diaper. and with the stock hand
OD ,
UM raideooe of UM late Bar. Adam '
Olive*, Salad Oil. All offered at the lowest prices (fur cash or approved REFERENCES.IxoauuM and Litrt assortment than ever Wesley Ddeodaat and all other' mUresled
Tux
a larger within miU of Mill the &ii
b OM Baylcy' lying oo
,
Dr *
Capers
English MusUrdj credit at the Store one door north of Messrs. IlodckU to commnnlty. Blank Book take notice of the abor *dlbyai;
Olaret.Spirklior Cider.Tobaoeo. A Seott.Oct'i,1854.. A Wna Jon Faun A Co be ocr tbl of best Cf every road from MoatiMUo to Newport eatajbing 400 acrea, tachnxat,aad OMT ar hereby Manfred to tpfew and
Old Port Juice, 40 QaD'llATTBinaxji & C I.ad Rl 8te' th Bu dpto&kn witA all the neeewary unpruTeroeaU,about 140 acre pUadto UM decfanfe* fOiA tievein. .iDiaW-
.
Havana Began, D. H. AMES. Chariest 00, I, 1M ijjatrator's Efcp and a of the HUM cleared with Core Dane Potatoes,Hog, 3oTmUrltS4.., HUGH ARCHIRJ,CI r*.
43 different aUe Tissue 1. Cattle Mole and Farming Utensil, with a good So- -
$ovemb.r11,1854. STORINQ AND SHIPPING BUSINESS, Sale of Negroe per,Cutlery, Lithographic and Oil Painting, llt1"Gl gar Mill well arranged*o,sad oW for the ppose ''NoYembtrte.\1N. < 4T'THE -

AT KBWPO.T.THE Pens,with or without case Ma.nr.Noyce, of making Divmoa aaaoog the legatee BaiAlWUtloa
a .
Qldt Oils White Led, 4U. undersigned still carries en the above business ON Tbusdaj the' 4th dar of Jau'1I I will :' Hr& Bawo Black a Rl Jut Also a is situated in MM of UM beet tMigoborfaoed* far PiWic '

BOXES Wmdow Ohm,a *ort d sizes Its branche Buildings wU calculated for at public auction C Reuse lre FaO health and good Society b UM County aDd within ODe obeeriberhM a.Mitj.tO..PWc3i .

S ifto 100 kt*White Lead pore,extra A No. JI. despatching waroL. LADD. door l th.ownOfMlri&flflaUtbe .lu.blO JOHN McDUOALT mlleofSpnngfieWOboreh. I .w.... .. p.rso
estate of,, Bkbard McKkwe. tf but .1aD bsvtaot esUad..w 6f.sod
to October ,
a IIi Oil Newport September t, 1854. 15 14.1884., Penooa wishing purchase will sill on ) .W uIa-
.
tb ; ,
comprising autfwV -- .- vuihes. iIss ta-
about eotke IbM aN
T.f 00 number tweoty-; sea PatUrson the plies who will show them he hereby rrree
j. lArd Hide Wanted. meomrirIaaodbYL fleeslewlhlbeby virtoe ofu For, Bale. ington ken away yth. flnt day'of 7.bios'iasit het.wiQeaoae

': Paint ((1bl.and I bbkJ I salt HloXdso otter and Deer order of tU Honotable Joseph B. )KouUwe,judgeof L TOUR small Farm iu Wakulla o"ftl'containing tbe T= ADIt to either of'the' IUbe.. UM iametob* aoU at',pabcie outcry- .I* Ute
tit and
for '
Jackson tbs
*County fiARlUir dderto
cm-'nIa 1 bbL Copsi Vamiah 50'00'8k1al for "A *, LI&bU market p*. a d Ptt.among the b.Terms a pr.of..I ,JL-I about t 80 acre.each with good at tilt .and outhonissonthosame. 'A NCR WJTMHGTOX WILLIAMS. f I-1zeea. .. I7sTPMj 3iRocoknTaflahasac.
Tw tJM 1D hamJa aDd at retail b.O. WILSON HENRY Enquire i 1W4.. U'ID
be by _
0\
J will paid '. ;
1N4. W
MeUNlE Admlrt. ;
IC'oye..bIrI,104.. ,. D.41 B., .ura oete1)er 14, 115L (1- 'tertaII., : O U, 18&' l.btr't .



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