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

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; HOUSE' : House resolution in 'relation to' mail route with the following I titled An act to cede certain property to tho City of Key West,having the morning of life while hope was in the, bud.one.wbo'from,'past; ,i ti w r Hi

amendment, viz: given the same proper consideration beg leave to fidelity\: gave such rich promise of future .and greater.usefulness; I
t Be further resolved, That our Senators be instructed and our REPORT- : And Whereas, the deeeased.waa.intimately knows a4 connected :; ;ij .:

THURSDAY 4 1855. Representative be requested to procure from Congress an extensionof with the Legislature of this State : ,, ... '
January! the Post Route now established from Stillipica.in Madison Coun. That they see no sufficient reason why tho water privileges, the Be it therefore, resolved; That in the untimely decease! orJ tie; sit* ? )t 't-

I iflHouse, met pursuant to adjournment quorum present. ty, to Finholloway, as far as to Spring Warrior; and l that they urge property of the State of Florida, should not be granted to the Citvof fohn F. li) witt, of Jefferson County, Florida &th. State has.1 lost a ii2 .

j5a Speaker being absnt, on motion, Mr. Dell took the Chair. If' n the proper department the necessity of establishing the Post the Key bill herewith West, subject to certain restrictions which are embodied i in 1 worthy, able, and useful citizen, and the County he represented, ft :f'x :,
Journal of yp.6t.erdsyVIIS read and approved. Route from Madison Court House via Cook's Hammock, Troy, reported. 1 tealous and influential member. if "

The jl following bills which had passed both Houses of the General Boston, Old Town, to Clay Landing in Levy County.In B. C. POPE, Be it further .reunited, That we extend odr .heart-felt ,sympathy 'I '
dumbly, and had been duly enrolled and signed, were transmitted which amendments the concurrence( of the House of Representatives Which Chairman. \ '::and deepest condolence to the family of the deceased, and aa a token ,;.j 1
was received and the read
bill the second
the Governor viz is respectfully requested: accompanying of respect, will wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty ,j l. a
", to his time, and ordered to be read a third time on to-morrow. 1The
Very respectfully,
to for the lelinqui&hment to the United States, in davs. l'
An 1h Committee
D. G. LIVINGSTON ; on Finance made the following report:
question being taken the resolutions they unanimously 1 j
title and lands for sites of Light upon were :
to jurisdiction over
g certain cases Secretary of the Senate. The Committee of Finance, to whom was referred the bill to create adopted. .
Houses and for other purposes, on tho coast and waters of this the office of Librarian, beg leave toREPORT J l, ..
State Ordered that: the House bills which had passed tho Senate without The following report was received and read : ;' ,101 .
,An;act to amend the incorporating: the City of St. Augustine, amendment be enrolled, and that the Senate bills and amended : The Special Committee,to "'hamvere referred! the Preamble and ; r.t; .,i II
February 4, 1833. House resolutions be placed among the Orders of the Day. That it is important that the books now belonging to the State, Resolutions adopted by the citizens of the Town of Quincy in regardto $ rt ,

approved Mr. Hollamau notice that he- \Vou.f}.', on some future day: ask The following bills and resolutions which had passed I the House and which} are highly valuable,should be preserved. At present they the location of the State Seminary west of the Suwannee:! River ," .
gave in charge of the of State but Committee not !have had tho same under consideration, and beg leave to make the
leave to introduce a bill to bo entitled An act to provide for the location were transmitted to the Senate, viz : are Secretary your are I';
L, of the State Seminary west of the Suwannee River A bill to be entitled An act to provide for the reestablishment of aware that any act has been passed for the proper protection and following t' ; f

The rule being waived, Mr. Harris was permitted to introduce, the Records of St. Lucie County; regulation: of the Library, and recommend the passage of this bill!, REPORT ',71 ii q:ioJ!

without previous notice, a bill to,be entitled An act to repeal( An act A bill to be entitled! An act to nOten:] An act C'ntitll'ln act to which attaches the office of Librarian t.> that of Secretary of State, Your Committee are of opinion that in the selection df a location : i :.

entitled An act to change the name of Oliver Price to that of Oliver grant pro' ejnp'ion rights to settlors! on State Lands, approved! December defines the duties of the office, and provides compensation there. for said Institution, the first and .most important consideration which .' !;o, :

i Delk, and for other purposes l approved January 8, 16.VI: : ; 31: 1S.V2; for. '. onght to control the Legislatdre in its action in the premises, is that '! t.r' J
'''bieh:1S read the first time and ordered for n second reading: A bill to be entitled,l An act to authorize Elijah Jom: :on & Co., Respectfully]) submitted, of health. So clear is the conviction of your Committee on this 1 :i'(' '

on tomorrow to establish n ferry across the (Tat:alioocher River ; JNO. PARSONS, point, that they would! not, deem ary mere pecuniary inducement, ''t :\\1;
Tho rnlc being waived, Mr.:\ Thompson of Santa Rosa was permit. A bill to he .entitled And: authorizing; the enle of the State Lands Chairman. however large, sufficient justify a departure from this controllingconsideration. ; .
ted to introduce without previous notice, a bill to be entitled An lying on the disputed boundary line between the :States of Georgiaand Whrh was received, and the accompanying placed among theOrrNs Without the advantage of a healthful location, no '1 f; "
the Da *.
act defining tho duties: of witnesses in the several Courts of this Florida ; } literary institution can prosper or long survive its establishment ; for !> ,
A bill to bo entitled An relative to : taken under The Committee on Claims made the following report : '. ..
State act Depositions it is not to be expected that patents and guardians!!!, having the control -
; time the rule waived, read the second : Commission The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred the petition: of would '
Which was read the first : ; of youth, voluntarily subject them to the casualties of aft x
time, and ordered to be read a third time on to-inorrow. A bill to b" entitled An act to make permanent the County Site L. C. Demiliy, have had: the same under consideration, and ask insalubrious atmosphere. i *t t., .;

The rule bei-ig waived, Mr. Baisden was permitted to Introduce of ]Holmes County ata place known Bear Pen Blutfin said County leave to In addition to healthfulness of location, !there are other considerations .r .t" ;
without previous notice a hill to be entitled An act to authorize Abstlom ; M REPORT : : which ought not to be lost sight of and amongst the most :' ',,,: f;

A W. Smith to establish. a Ferry across Suwannee River ; A bill to be entitled An act to change: the name of Charles Irvin i. That in their opinion it is a had precedent for the General Assembly prominent are accessibility and centralness of position : r,'; 1
Which; was read the first time, the rule"' vaived, and read the second Vincan: and for other purposes ; to establish} when! an account against the State is once acted on, III view of the foregoing natural advantages, your Committee do i IJ 1
, and third times by its title amt put upon its passage,upon which A. bill to be entitled An act to nmt'IHI11 act, approved Novcm- md what is believed to be right and just paid, for succeeding Assembles i not hesitate to say, that the town of Quincy stands pre-eminently 1 .
the vote was : her 21, 18-8, providing for the appointment of Junctors: of Lumber to have anything to do with thpm, but the claim of Mr. De- favorable. The location of the town is in a high, dry and-elevated 1 .
Yeas-:Messrs.\ Raisdcn, Bellamy, Brown, Carter, Chaires& Christie, in the various Counties of this! :;mate; milly now heforo us, the Committee du, not believe that he has been section of the country, surrounded.l b% numerous hills, and abound ;3 1 k '
1 Coombs, Dell Dismukes, Dummett, Galbraith! Haddock, IIam*, Ilvsolntioii.aulhoiizing: !; the Governor; to contract for the trar 'por-' paid! for his services. He received in all, two hundred and fifty dollars ing in the finest of free-stone springs, and entirely exempt from! any i-I! l'
, :' Hollaman, Jones of Nassau, Langfurd, :Neel, Parsons, Pope, Porter ration of the Laws! and Journals of the present General Assembly, and pai I lout of this amount to laborers) to assist in cleaning the local causes of disease ; and from its first settlement it has enjoyed: o; ." .

Prescott: Riviere, Rowley, Shine, Taylor, Thompson of Levy, and for other purposes ; and arms two hundred and seven dollars) which leaves him but forty-two a character for health unsurpassed by anY other town In the State. -; : !)I
Thompson of Santa Rosa, YanZaut and Wall-20.! Senate bill to be entitled An act to prevent fraudulent voting. dollars for two months labor, which your Committee deem too smallan In regard to accessibility, it enjoys advantages superior to any ,t{:., _
r-;aJ6one.. :M r. Harris introduced a resolution authorizing the Comptroller\ amount for such services. i other town west of the Suwannee River (with the exception of the t l."

So the bill pl\sced-titlp. as stated. Public Accounts to audit tho account of Capt. Jernigan's Company Your Committee have prepared a resolution allowing him one hundred city of Tallahassee ;) being upon the great thoroughfare of travel. : :.!!
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. of Volunteers ; dollars more, which, in their opinion, will pay him well for the North and West, from the H-pItc-l or the 8t &.e. -J\e.
The rule being waived l. Mr. Langford was permitted to introduce Which was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second services performed. As a central point it will compare favorably wt.h any other location : 1

without previous notice, a bill to be enti'l-d, An at to provide for time, and referred to the Committee on Propositions and Griev All of which is respectfully submitted, ( whether considered geographically, or with reference popu ,f :L?,'+. r
the payment of Physicians who are summoned to attend Coroner'sJuries ances. PHILIP DELL, lation. 1 t. .
; The Committee on Schools and Colleges made the following report Chairman Committee on Claims. Your Committee have been credibly informed that there is in sue 'J t,:9,
Which was read the firrt time, and the rule being waived, read tin : ;" Which wan received 1) and the accompanying resolution: read the cessful operation at this time, a literary institution known as the ., 'tt+'" 1

second time hits title. The Committee on Schools and Colleges!" to whom was referred a first and !second times. Quincy Academy, having a male and female department distinct b-!.. '
Mr. Rowlev moved tint the rule bo waived and that said bill be :Memorial[ of the Intendant and Corporate Authorities of the City of Mr.f Shine offered the following as a substitute for the resolution ;: from each other, and which enjoys an annual patronage of from one iii t,!'; M I

; rend a third time> and put upon. its passago ; Tallahassee! asking;: that the Seminary of Learning that i is to be located Rranl reel by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State hundred and twenty-five, to two hundred Pn1 'la. This institution fJi i, 1
Which was :iot agreed tl). West! of the Siiwanneo be located in this Ci'v, have had the of Florida in General Assembly convened That the Comptroller is was incorporated about the year 1832, and has been in continuous ( '; "'
The bill was then ordered to be read a third time on ta.mnrrnw. same: under consideration! and beg leave to herefiv required" to issue his warrant on the Treasurer in favor of' operation down to the present time-a period of nearly twentythreeyears. ily. !' t
The rul- being waived, )1 r. Hl'IWS:1S permitted 1 to introducer : L. C/Demilly, for the sum of one hundred dollars, to be paid out of A fact so significant as this, affords the beet commentary i"! sl,
without }previous notice, a bill\ to he ('ntitled11 act in elation i to proofof REPORT : any money not otherwise appropriated, in full payment for repairing; upon the character of the people amongst whom i it is located,and <.. +i m ;t.t

title to land and other purpose-! *; That the \r('11101 i.I relates to n subject} not merely of lo%al inter- and cleaning :aria after the storm of 1851. ,spoaks in most convincing language of the amount of interest which '. s.
Which was read th? first time, and ordered lobe read a !second pf{, but of importance. t to the. \\liolc State. The 1 policy, of Congress Winch was adopted. they might he expected to take in advancing tho prosperity of the ,, : : t
time on tomorrow.Pursuant in: making n grant ofl l Kinds! to the :*tfe! for two :'Seniinaffrs i of Learning The rt---oluiion: was then ordered to be read a third *:-* on to State Seminary, should it be located amongst them. !. :;j;
t" to ;,revi'nrs r.o1'r\:Mr. Pope introduced! a bill, t,.> be entitled separate !runt: tie! Kinds granted for (Common Srhool purjionv} nwrroa' the I Your Committee are also informed that the Trustees of the Qnin1 ;" m:t'!a
and the names: of ceriai.i: me following]1 report cy Academy have tendered and are willing to donate to the State ; ; r
An act to legitimatize chang person was based upon the Tact; that, although! Common: Schools; are necessary ne Committee on fcbTofled Bills have examined ;J!
,. the following the edifice and
lot which
therein named : for the education! of the! great body! of ti'-!! ;. 'rI.;! ., yet: the rejuircmcnts ..'f'1. }111t1! rep.irt the same as correctly Enrolled they now occupy, for the use and accommodation
read the first time tl1:111f\! ni'e lien! waived read! : : : of the State Seminary so long as it be desirable rt'
Which uas : : :; of man, ami: the valfnre of societytni: of .fl'dl)1l'I.! : A bill; to be entitled An act to for ) may .
f Us tide and ordered, }be read thid time on provide the appointment n of In. the same ; and thai the citizens have also themselves '
the second time by to a ; 'rtjlsn than thcvtiori occupy pledged "
make it necessary that nmc ;hulld.r: r; r t'1Uir; pt) ( spectnrs of I ar aid Turpentine in this State t 4
; individual ; ;t
to-morrow. subs
by to raise such
riptions, of
nutr\\t1w\' timol.... 'l'1u3; of lantL, I'-01l.r1y: aplilrelt, Preamble! and Resolu.ions. an amount money as
Jmlt (
Mr. Carter'e: notice that he vM 1i foi"'jd t.. n-k' f leite asking Congress to grant; to the County! may become necessary fo enlarge and, extend the present edifice,
moYu *> & esttllish in this State :'rndnaries of Learning, of HilMioro.jh I ., 1 the
\11 CHlhl to two
to introduce( a bill to b<3 entitled d roquiun*g ; will (! us ; Military Reserve embracing Fort Brooke for should the of the Institution such
1)0 administered to tcbtify( before Grand July o, and fur other of a high order, in n t few years which} ( otherwise} could not have 1 1""u, Commrrcml 1 U&ilrona Depot ; patronage require enlargement J" gJl
to In conclusion] Committee do
cy done for n long time to ('0111('. It is i much: to 1 be regretted that within A bill tn be entitled An act to mango 1'.J' your not to recommend that '?+ i
; "' 7t"h) the State
purposes.Th rut., being} waived, :..11'. Dnimielt! was< permitted! to introduce I o-xr whole State there i is not :. Ccllt'c'h'r(' .1 young man can receive county !site nf St. I Lnrie' County ; the Seminary to be located west of the Suw ounce Rirer, ought 1...:
without previous notice, the following bills, viz : a fi.'iUhed education, or enjoy those aidsvhih! : .re necessaryTo A bill to he entitled An act to admit Anderson J. Peeler] to practice accordance.Wldl.1td. p f\!wJL2f-QnmcJr:,"'!'n_Gadsden County,and ia ttfi

A bi'i 1 to }be entitle! An act for the preservation i of Bridges ; ar.tlA the successful! study: of science. In order to obtain these, our law in the: several Courts of this State. accompanying bill.All ; \\.11;
bill tn hi entitled An act amendatory: fir the Act to provide for youth must abandon: the advantages; and influences of, home to perfect Respectfully submitted, of which is mot respectfully submitted, 'f! ,rs.' i
tae payment of Coroner's Juries, apnioved 21th January: ISM ; : their! education in other} State If the grant ho diverted from J. T. BAISDEN', DAVID W. HOLLAMAN, Chairman. : ;;11
Which were read the( first time the rule! waived, rend the ?econdtime its present purpose, or the Seminaries wrongly located it is highly Chairman. BARTON; C. POPE. ?;, 11+; I
ty their titles, and ordered to be read third time t.n to-mor- probable that, for many: years to (,Ollll'. Floridail! hth(' only The following report was received and read : W. M. C. NEEULY3IAN .r1 ,-
State in the Union which will have no College! or Seminary: of Learning The Select Committee to whom was referred a bill to incorpo- W. ROWLEY. { : ; {

row.The rule being: wah'edIr.:\ Galbraith was permitted to introduce of a high; order within its limits. State pride, if nothing! else, rite the Pa'ntka' and Micanopy Plank Road Company," and a bill The accompanying bill, to be entitled An act to provide for the ; h..i
without previous notice a bill to be entitled An act to revive certain should induce our people to give what asHs-tance: ; they can to those "to be entitled An act granting certain lands to the Palatka and location of tho State Seminary west of the Suwantree River, was i. F't

Acts heretofore passed in.reference to the reestablishment: of records who} are willing, at much excuse, to themselves( to make the effort iVicanopy Plank Road Company;" respectfully beg leave to read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on to-mor- e'S

destroy. by fire; to establish: a College in this Bt.'lt('. Tin- )people of Florida are not REPORT: ro"A'. .
and the rule being waived read the deficient in this respect: as to preclude the hope that The following report was received '. '
tine "
Which was r1-ad] the first so peculinrly That the bill entitled An act to incorporate the Palatka and. :Mi-\ ;;'
institution. be established.The The Select Committee, to whom was referred a bill to be entitledan !
such can
second 'time bv it* title an : canopy PI ink Road Company, does not contain any provi-ions at '
Mr. Ned IIIfI;..J i that the bill be indefinitely postponed ; proposition! which has been' favorably: } received l }by many, that 'ariance with the policy of tho State; and the work being one, net to prevent non-residents of this State from banting or killing >t :y
the be BO altered as to give the Seminary Fund to Cpumon any deer or other game within the limits of this State, and for other '
WhichHiS IK'ti;:reed to. grant ? which if carried out, would tend to the advancement of such policy, I
On motion, ball! bill was referred to the'Judiciary Committee. School l purposes! yonr Committee do not think wise: or that it could J we respectfully recommend that this bill pass purposes, have considered! the same and ask leave to report it back '! :;
On motion of Mr. Haynes, :Messrs. HayWes, Papons and Pope he productive of any practical! )benefit to the Stateat large, or nt aUpromotl' That the bill to be entitled An act granting certain lands: t to the to the House with the accompanying amendments, and that the .t'..,..t.
f of Conference to act with a similar the cause"of education.! The appropriation of lands for Committee Le discharged from its further consideration. ;
| we allbintdE a Committee jPalalka: and Micanopy: Plank Road Company, restricts the donation '
Committee on the part of the S- nate, in relation to the disagreement Common Schools wr think abundantly large to niise a fund for tint 1 I entirely to that class of land known as'swamp and overflowed Respectfully submitted, : n
entitled An act iu relation to the the time the people of the State are prepared for epraetiII J. CARTER, Chairman. ;;
Jl Upon> amendments to a bill to be purpo.se! by lanJ. That although your Committee are opposed to the grantingof 0 I
ab'*-ocfion Pond escape of Slaves from this State ; : ojc.-ration of a Common: School: system.! Your Commit i any portion of those; lands known as "Internal Imp'o'"emeut Which was read, and the accompanying bill placed among the I : 1
Ordered that the same ba certified to :the Senate. cannot see the wisdom(: of diverting: a fund, wl.ichIl. be practicalyapplied ; Land.." and School Lands" to works of local interest, yet the casein i Orders of the Day. ;' t1.
Pursuant to previous notice, Mr.t Va-.Zant introduced a hill to be now, from its original J purpose to one:)( which. cannot be r- regard to the laud above mentioned is different. The swamp ORDERS OF THE DAY. :.01 t

entitled An act to amend the attachment laws now in force in this I comp'i!''h'd for many year Besides, the Seminary Schools Fund Acs.de.iC's, if divied! lamU," as their name indicates, and by the condition! : of their i being A resolution fixing a day of adjournment* and for ether purposes) t 4lr.. :: .
; State ; amongst: the various Counties for Common or granted to the State it is well known are, in their present cCluditillU"aluL'h.'s Was read the third time and put upon its passage,upon which the r '
; and ordered. to be read a secondtime will such a trilling amount to each, that it will he uttl'rlyViih- r.t
time give That Plank Roads
:} _Which was rend the first I strain! \ and furnish no revenue to the State. as : vote was : on to-morrow. l lets For any purpose! whatever. Tho advocates of this plan ogle will give a greatly increased value to those portions of!land thai they Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Baisden, Bellamy, Carter, Chaires, o l.
The before the House the presentment of the l.rai d reflect that'Cormnon Schools must have teachers,and it is one it but ] that of this increased Coombs Dell Dismukes
Speaker laid may pass through seems equitable a moiety Galbraith, Haddock* Harris, UaynesyHollaman .*. :-I
Jury of Jackson County, recommending that jurisdiction in cases 11misdemeanors I main objects! of these Seminaries of Learning to educate young Uhers len value should be given to those whose labor and capital] have created Jones of Nassau, Langfoid, Neel, Parsons, Pope, Porter, .r
should !have
... .. be, given to Justices of the Peace ; for that profession. It i is highly important .thatve, sett it ; and that whilst at the same time, the State grants these lands to Prescott, Rtvrere1'aylor'I'hompson of Levy, Thompson of Santa "'i
Which was read and referred to the Judiciary Committee. from amongfet our own people, and not iw eompelletl: 10 u> assist in the I construction; of these works of great value to the interests Rosa, VanZant and all-26.. ff.
Mr. Havnes presented the petition of certain citizens of Florida, distant States for those to teach our youth who are n.it tu:all ttf-h-*he of her citizens, she has her remaining ]lands greatly improved in Nays-Messrs. Fennel! and Shine-2. s
a king the passage of An act reatrainingegroes from Piloting on enemies of our institutions; and also that; we should have f. r value, and her revenue increased obtaining: purchasers for lands So the Resolution was adopted. = r'

the St. Johns River; ers men of talent and thorough education, and not merely] those jho which would otherwise never have been sold.' Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. 1 +
Which was read, and referred to a Select Committee consistingof resort to this business because they can make a.living at noting Your Committee. therefore recommend that this bill be passed.E. Resolution asking Congress to alter the provisions of the grant of J '

Messrs. Haynes, Dummett and Wall. (,Isl' o&e i J. DUMMETT, land for establishing two Seminaries of Learning in this State ; r
Mr. Parsons presented the petition of Thomas! Chave and others, ."AS to the point at which the Seminary of Learning West Chairman. Came up on its third reading. :

citizens of Heraaodo County asking the passage of An act for the Suwannee should be located, which is the subject of discussed the iron, Ordered that the accompanying bills be placed among the Orders Mr. Rowley was permitted to Withdraw said Revolution. v
relief of said Chave ; Memorial, we are aware that no Cpmmite of the Day. A bill to be entitled An act to incorporate a Bank in the Town of
Which warn rend and referred to tho Committee on Propositions whatever it might be, could give satisfaction to every village W The following report and resolutions were received and read : Jacksonville ; .
and Grievance neighborhood in this section of the State : this cannot he expect*;4 The undersigned Committee of the House, appointed to draft resolutions Was read a third lime by its title and put upon its PigePtt
] which ]has
'*n>. following message from the Senate was read : from the very nature of the caw The Memorial, ( expressive of the regret and deep condolence with which which the vote was : t ,

I SENATF. CHAMBER, ) printed in the Journal of the Senate,) sets of forth Tallahassee.the reasons It for is t'1 1- they received the melancholy] tidings 0: the late and untimely decease Yeas-Messrs. Baisden, Bellamy] Brown, Carter, Chatree r Christie ;

January 3, 185.Ilon. : ) eating the Western Seminary at the City consider thiBtron" of one of their number, in the death of the Hon. John Fw De- Coombs, Dell, Dismukes, Fennell, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, .
Speaker o r the necessary!' that we should repeat them here which: we think of ntdt t wilt of Jefierson County Florida, can but express their individual Haynes, Hollaman, Jones of Nassau Langford, Parson*.,Pope,
1: rr.A.o:rae J R rprrarntarrtrx : and just. There.is one consideration of we Govenlucnt: h affliction and sorrow, and that their hearts are penetrated by the Prescott Shine, Thompson of Santa Rosa, VanZant and Wall-24. 't
, Sin :The Senate"has refused to recede from Senate amendmentto importance : it is, Uiat Tallahassee being the seat immediate f gloom cast alike upon the Home, -as the State, of the deceased, by i Nays-Messrs. Dummett, Neel, Porter, Riviera Rowley and
House bill to be entitled An act to prevent the abduction and escape inatitutioii located at this place will be under the ) eye/ the afflicting dispensation which an Allwise Providence" has thus' Thompson of Levv-6. r

of slaves from this State, and has appointed Messrs. Hopkins, the Government and. the Legislature, and. might he so organized of Su.id. seen proper to visit upon them. So the bill was lost, not having received the requisite Constftation
Filor'and Eppes a Committee of conference to act with a similar conducted as to enlist the patronage of a large portion tie sill The deceased was intimately known, and generally esteemed in the al majority. S i
the Find
Committee on the part of tho House of Representatives in. regard to Finally, the law provides that the interest the only Seminaries of ,and ifs County which he represented so honorably to himself and beneficially A bill to he entitled An act to authorize the Cuba and United r=-
said amendments. be applied for the purpose of establishing to: his constituents for two successive terms in the Legislature of States Submarine and Territorial Magnetic Telegraph Company to .
alone. Other mOs
The Senate has ordered to be printed 75 copies of the followingI impossible to establish them from this source of laUahassee offers In the State, and bid fair by his zeal, industry and truthful integrity of pass lines of Telegraph through the State of Florida, and to protect
I VlT: arc necessary for the purpose. The City hi-ndred l a character, to rise to a still higher sphere of usefulness; but cut off the same ;
of fifteen
A bill to be entitled An act to incorporate the Tallahassee and thousand dollars in cnsh;and an endowment institution if it be locateftt m f- in the morning of life, the ]loss of his more immediate friends is commensurate Was read the second time. '
Georgia Railroad! Company.' lars Per annum, towards establishing the wtn with that of the State ; so faithful, capable and true did Mr. Parsons moved to amend the bill by adding toe following
the interest
The following Bills and Resolutionsliave passed( the Senate, 'iii: this place. This offer is very liberal, and shows His the he prove to every trust reposed in him. proviso: 4
A'bm to be entitled An act to amend the Revenue Laws of this the people of this city take in the cause of education.and Is vhich Mr fly The meed of" well done" was truly, and generally accorded, and .' Provided, That no exclusive rights and riv'ah111 be'granted k1 !
State concerning Saw Mills ;5 proposition of the kind which has,been made, one be his loss is but more deeply felt as the memory of his worth and services by this Act ;". s; ,

_A:bill to be entitled An act' to repeal An act entitled] An act to Committee think the interests of the State recommend require to that tie tccepW> pal was so intimately known and recognized by all who associated Which amendment was agreed to. .
[restore the fo'ce'and operation of the General Laws of this State, in For these reasons, your Committee West pr oheSawannee with him. On motion, the rules were waived,. and said bill was triad ft third .

relation' to the migration of free persons of color. into this State., of the memorialists' be accepted Tallahassee, and that for the which Seminary we.Ave} To the f family of the deceased, we offer our most heartfelt sympathy time by its title and pat upon! its passage, upon which the toot* waa't
December be located at ; purpose and add. that Providence who doeth all things ,Yeas Messrs.Dai den Brown Carter Chair. Christ
approved 15, 1854"; this can only **, .Combe,
House bill to be entitled An act to prevent planting without a prepared a BUI, which accompanies Report.J..!B. GALBRAIT J well," "tempers the wind to the shorn Lamb ;" and we humbly Dell Dismokei, Dammett, Fennell, Galbraith; Haddock, Harris "

fence 1aWalton County ; : ;t' Chairjn. trust he may so temper this trying affliction to their hearts, aa to Haynes> Langford, Neel Parsons, Penn, Pope'. Porter, Ptneott, Ri ,
House bill to be entitled An act to authorize Benjamin Mar&boll make them feel he is but called hence to a higher and purer sphere viere, Rowley, Taylor, Thompson of Levy,Thompeoa of Santa R..
to charge'Wharfage in the Town of Milton ; Which,was received and the accompanying bill to be entil An of light and life. aa, and Wall]-27. .
House resolution relative to copying the Laws of the present session act to locate tho Seminary of Learning to be established st of The Committee present the following preamble resolutions for the NaysNone.So :

,:with' the'following amendment,'viz: the Suwannee River in tins State \ j respectful consideration of the Houso. the bill passed-title as stated.
Striate not the words same compensation" between the words ,Was read the 'first time, and ordered to be .read. a second e on B. W. BELLAMY, Chairman. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate ,
-it *same" and "be:/' and insert the words sum of one hundred and tomorrow 1 JOSHUA, TAYLOR.. On motion of Mr. Galbraith';... rote rejecting a'bfll .to .b emitted

.seventy-five dollars" in lieu thereof; also strike out all the remainfcr The Judiciary Committee made Tie following report : I ITho WiiKRRAs, It ha* pleased,' Providence to remove front our midst John An act to incorporate' a'B.nk.m tits TVfira of Jackaxjvri&e; w>.

of the re solution! after the word 8ff\ice" in the 6th line ; andY Judiciary' Committee, to whom was referred the bmfc 3. en- F. Dewitt, of Jefferson County, Florid, tnd tlrtis to put, off in reconsidered. _. v?. .. j1 -

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Said bill was again put upon its passage, upon which the vote Nays-Messrs. Cbaircs, Coombs, Fennell, PorterRiviere and 'IlJribian .. & nuruaIJ all objection appointed were to draft at'length resolutuns removed declaring,and a their committee kxl..- say that not one word, on any sin fit, hat

vrns: Thompson of Santa Rosa-0. ndetmce. These resolutions were drawn by Dr. personally pawed between n.in many months

Yeas-Messrs. Baisden, Bellamy, Brown, CUftircs, Christie, ,So the bill was lost, not having received the requisite Constitution. ... Brevard, who, with two others,was selected op fur the and this for reasons, so far aa re are ,
Coombs, Dismukes, Fennell!, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, al majority.A --- purpose. They were read to the meeting on the the reader concerned -
t Hollaman, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Ned, Parsons,:Penn, Pope, bill to bo entitled An act to incorporate the Florida and Macon TALLAHASSEE : morning of May 20th, 1776, and adopted: They might be at no lot to infer tf-

Prescott, Shine, Taylor, Thompson of Santa Rosa,,YanZant and Railroad Company; were then taken to the door of the Cowt lIouNaodagajD ter reading one of the SeafMefr pnoaaj &

! all-25.. WAS read the third time and (put upon its passage: ", upon which the Satirtay; January 0, 18 5. binge read of people.by Cot The Tbomaa question Polk wu, to asked a large Are aaaem. you rades; and, b view of this fact, it looks son*.

Na".a-Meilrs. Carter, Dummett, Porter, Rowley and Thompsonof vote was: agreed It wu answered in the affirmative, amidst, what ridiculous to level at as neb

Levy-5. Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Baisden, Bellamy, Brown, Carter, I The Supreme Court of the State commenced loud hotaaa, and chipping of hands, throwing np baU, Everything be COIrIei

_ The Speaker decided, that the bill was lost, not having receired Chaires, Coombs, Dell, Dismukes, Fennell, Galbraith, Haddock, its Session in this City on Mondaylast. and every show of approbation, by people who had i, M charge when; he sIIegart M ,...
hitherto and determined assurances"
I. enjoyed liberty were to was
the rtqusite Constitutional innjority. Harris, Haynes, Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, prelene .
it, or taerifice everything in the attempt A .'.
Mr. Parsons appealed from the decision of the Chair. Neel, Parsons, Penn, Pope, Prescott, Shine, Taylor, Thompson of notice of the proceedings of this meeting may h: the purchase of the Sentinel office" -

t:, Upon the qucbtiun shall the decision of the Chair be sustained !" Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and Wall-30. City Election. found in the "Sketches of North Carolina/ by DiFuote .. thing that "Mr.Dyke"may have been a:'1:
the and were called for by Messrs. and Carter Porter 1. and also of another instrument, entitled '*In-
yeas nays Rowley Nays-Mr. The election on Monday last for Intendantand : to say: !by anybody ,and every bojy '
tractions fur the of III Iii
and follows Delegates Mecklenburg.
: So the bill title s
were as posed, as stated. .
I j eight Councilmen, resulted, after an an these, the principles of civil and religious liberty an I great deal that no body ever "bes. Ball =
Yeas- f(>ssrs.Baisden, t>l1amy, Carter, Chaires, Christie, Coombs, Ordered! that the same be certified! the Senate. b.' -i.--
Dummett, Fennel1, Galbrailh, Haddock, Harris, Hollaman, Penn, On motion, the House took a recess until 3 o'clock, P. M. ,; imated contest,in the choice of Thomas Hayward clearly Dr.Brevard and comprehensively entered the army set forth.u Surgeon or Surgeon's '. be so; and supposing it to be) 'trtis

_'. Porter, Rowley Thompson of Santa Rosa and VanZntit-17. I as Intendant,and T. L. Betton, Fletcher Mate, as his commission will show. In tbi I does it amount tot Whatever Jfr.nw.

3 H" '. Nays-Messrs. Brown, Dismukes, Haynes, Jones of Nassau, Whitaker, H. L. Rutgers, R. A. Shine, P. capacity he continued to alt mtil taken prisoner al t: or Mr. any-body-else may or may not
r Laopford, Neel, Parsons, Pope, Prescott, Taylor, Thompson of Levy 3 O'CLOCK, P. M. tbe *siege of Charleston. There being too much con- bate,
R. H. and could bind
t and Wall-12. B. Brokaw, D. P. Hogue, Berry fined, and bring upon unwholesome diet, be w ae I said, not a party. The
t \i The House F. R. Cotten Councilnien. taken sick. Having been set at liberty,he started fo claims &
its session. as no us nor
House ha upon the
: t So the sustained the decision of the Chair, and said bPI home and proceeded on bit journey to the resident. D
t' The roll being called, the following members answered to their and it not in the
lost. : ,
t ;, was of John McKnitt Alexander, h friend and a sterling! cracy i power
t! A bill to be entitled An act to amend the 4th clause of the 3d names, viz: Elections by the General Assembly. patriot-there be breathed his lint He died, bu: rldlan create for it obligation on o their 1"
{ Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Chaires, Christie, Dell, Dummett, Fennell, the General his principles should live on! The place of his interment t Ban
Chapter of the 4th division of the laws in relation to crimes and misdemeanors Yesterday Assembly, by joint
than it in the
: y Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Jones of Nassau, Langford h unknown, but his memory should be preserved any more i power of the
.. F'ii t' ; resolve went into tbe election of State Officers &
cherished and honored while liberty has i a the
of VanZant
Ned, Parsons, Pope, I'reseott1'aylor1'hompson Levy, mitigate
,: A Was: read the second time and referred to a Select Committee including State: Engineer and Geologist, friend on earth." In the words of Dr. Fooie be line t aniOt 1
.i consisting of !tIes rs. Haddock, Parsons and Galbraith. and Wall-20. thought clearly-felt c.leepl-wrote well-reswtei J I which the'bg party regard ti
r' f, A not being on motion the doors were closed and and Clerk of the Supreme Court, with the following p L
." : A bill to be entitled An act to adopt an equal and uniform mode quorum present bravely, and died a martyr to that liberty none love 'J"t* + the Sergeant-at-arms instructed to cause the appearance of the absent result : better, and few understood so welL Dr. Erevan b m r
; Taxation in this State under
; members. left one child, a daughter. She married a Dicker e ,I printing Whig -the be
' :Wfe t1' Was read the second time. T. W. BREVAHD, Comptroller. f
and left child James P. Dickerson. H
The Speaker announced that there was a present.Senate one a son- i quorum
On motion of Mr. Parsons said bill amended Lieutenant Colonel in the South Carolina
out C. H. Regiment
was by striking AUSTIN, State Treasurer.Gen. was a '.
Bill to be entitled act to amend act in force in and have
: the word in the 7th section, and inserting eighth" iat lieu an an now in the Mexican War, and died from a wound b rr.Tl' 'i1.Jj't.J thereof.I relation to the partition of Estates real and personal ; F. L. DA -CY, State Engineer, &c.J. received in battle near the city of Mexico. the opposing press; in "
Was read the second time and referred to the Judiciary Commit P. K. SAVAGE Clerk Court. wars b ret y. ,
r. -.. ,r, t.. Mr. Rowley moved to amend the second section 1 by adding thefallowing Supreme From this brief sketch of one of the worthies when the opportunity has been presented
: : M tee. These the elections which devolve
"a'q4; + : proviso: Bill be entitled complete of the days of the Revolution, we think this liberality,
Senate to an act to repeal an act entitled an act to reciprocating unrelenting
tr I'roridftl That three! hundred and dollars of be'o the .
1'R J,4" .' from ,taxation ": fifty property restore the force and operation of the General Laws of this State in upon present Legislature.Book the reader will agree with us that the memberfrom scription has been the order of tie day..p

.'j tf>t.! ;:'y,, exempt Upon I the question of; agreeing to said amendment, the yeas and relation December to the migration 15 1854 of Free Persons of Color into this State, approved Notices. St Lucie has chosen a good name" 'The editor b the bad grace to abode "

:3 : nays were called for by Messrs. Row ley and Porter, and were as ; We are under many obligations to the author for his County. the loan by him of a few ream of
r Was read the first time, the rule waived, read a second time by its pp
' 1"" .+ ; follows : title, and on motion of Mr. Dell, indefinitely postponed. for a copy of Wheeler's History of Judge Theodore. Brevard, the present and this, too,when, for the W rYe
$ Yeas :Messrs.\ Brown Chaires Dummett Fennell Haddock I mo
ij I" Ordered that the same be certified/ to the Senate North Carolina from 1584>> to 1851. Hie Comptroller of this State, is the son of Alexander we have been furnishing wek
ui"j'} Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Lnngford, Neel), Pope, Prescott ao a.
; 1""';:: :. Riviere, Row lev, Shine, Tailor and Thompson of Santa Rosa Senate Resolution asking Congress to amend the law in referenceto hook is compiled from original records, official Brevard, one of die brothers of EPH- week, with atype" fo pt-e
Seminaries of in
establishment of two this and
the Learning State
"' ; \ : documents traditional and who the with which be
; wk'. 17. statements, RAIN, served as a Captain under Washington very extract e
for other
M .. Nays-Messrs. Bellamy, Carter, Christie, Coombs, Dell, Disk purposes ; embraces of in the and his diatribe iornwmi from this
) .. : Was read the first time, the rule waived, read! a second time by its a history every County was engaged in the battles of against us was

,::';iU.*.*rt. of makes, Galbraith and \\'allH.S Harris. Haynes, Parsons, Penn, Porter, Thompson title, and referred to the Committee on Schools and Colleges. State, with biographical sketches of her distinguished i White} Plains, Trenton, Princeton, Brandy- office! I this b the game he intends

\t 4.1'r .;:. So Levy the amendment was agreed to. Senate< Bill to be entitled An act to amend the Revenue Laws of I Statesmen, Jurists, Lawyers, Soldiers wine, Monmouth and Gcrmantown. He was lug, we hope that henceforth he will kep py.h

;.Jfi.\: r\ .:: On motion of Mr.:\ Rowley, the rule was waived and the bill readf1 this Htate concerning :Saw; Mills; Dailies, &c., and to North Carolinians, also with Gen. Gates at Camden, and served "deat home-
Was read the first time, the rule waived and the Bill read a second!
\': a third time by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the imo by its title. as well as the student, must be of incalculable under Green in the Southern ami-, and was

: 1r.' \- On motion of Mr.\ Galbraith, the Hill was indefinitely postponed. highly spoken of by; gallant in all his battles: lIe
.; : Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy Carter Chaires Christie, Dell, Dummett, Rica
; Guatemala and Ban Salvador
: Ordered that the same he certified to the Senate.\ the North Carolina press. Its author is Col. died :Nov. I, 18 9. ; id-
.. :t :.. Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, dressed the of State
Resolution iu relation to Mail Routes, with the Senate amendment Secretary an earnest
' << John
mlr Wheeler late State Treasurer.
' ".{. + Parsons, Pope} Prescott, Rowley, Taylor and Thompson of LC\'J- ,
".1j hereto CoL
; The Public remonstrance against
\t. Printing Again.
.t .. : 18. Came in order. 1It')1A{ ,ITY ix TI-I: CITY-By Rev. E. H. Kinneyl prp
',: ) :' Nays-Messrs. Brown, Coombs, Dismukes, Fennell, Hollaman, up It would be a waste of time and ink to engage colonizatldn of any portion te
On motion, the House concurred in said amendment.Ordered Chapin. Price 81. Dewitt &
3 Dn'enportPul
t \ <<
: ,_ feel Porter, Riviere Thompson of Santa Rosa and W'allf''r -10. Amferiean citizens and farther
in a war of words with the Florida Sentinel ,
;j- that the same )be certified to the Senate, and that thelesolation shcrs, New York. terto' b
IsVK. So the bill I .
.; ". p passed.Mr. that attempt to lake of
: [ amended! be oiled.Resolution connected with the bestowal the says any possession
em by
$1.r-: Carter moved to amend the bill by striking out the word uniform This Is a handy, neat little volume, from
1 relative to the laws of the Session any beldnging Costa; Rica will
f" ;" .. oopung present the present Legislature, of the Public Printing on Jand t b
; of a well known divine and scholar
I pen ,
. 'J'(" Ii-.. Which with the Senate amendment thereto ; this Journal. The have learned by ail the means that government cart
' ,:.:. ,. was not nftrpod to. experience we oppos
'f111I who speak and writes with equal force. He
!" ....::.. : The title! of the bill was ordered to be as stated. Came up in order. of our cotemporary's mode of warfare long command This protest will kjr nb roeattS ftf*
1l! :'t: Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. The House refused to concur in !said amendment. has strung together eight discourses on CITY feet the Colonization1afidor' CoL
since satisfied that prjeee
. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. us our own self-respect
!Mr. offered the resolution LIFE which, for clearness of language and
Pope following : '
.Ji--'i'. Resohcd ilic House iJic Senate Senate Bill to be entitled An act to create a State Librarian ; would be best consulted by silence rather Kinney, as H is jtre'l i personal nfe
t :>> I. by of Rrjircscntatircs ( mncurriny,) brilliancy; of description, are rarely surpassed.
' ;J g':; ::: That the General Assembly proceed to the election of Clerk of the Was read the second time. .. For the of moral and Christian than, by retorting, give him occasion for fur undertaken and preut without

' .. ', Supreme Court, Comptroller, Treasurer and State Engineer and Geologist Mr. Dell moved to amend! the Fourth Section, by striking out promotion ther displays of "malice, envy and all un- the laws of the United States br the laws of

!1...* .t fi :. at half past 12 o'clock ; II twenty-five" and inserting one hundred" ; purposes, nothing could be more admirably nations,
i ,
charitabl'ness.Ve should
, .
/fV. certainty never .
p '
''..t .. Which} was adopted.! Which amendment was agreed to. adpted.ltdress: the publishers, New York. -
'. q1 :f' Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. On motion, the rules were waived and said Bill was read. a third notice that press at all, were it not for the fact T Panama Star of the 6th, learns rein

. : : A bill to 1 bo entitled l an act to amend the act amendatory of the time and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : Change of Name that it is the reputed organ of what is knownas authority that a treaty h been madl

['.:O.+f:. : ;''I'... act to organize the :Supreme Court of the State ; Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs.\ Baisden, Carter, Chain's, Christie, At the instance of Mr. Speaker RUSSELL!!!! the Whig party, and Is presumed to represent < goo by the United States and Ecuador which

.... : : Was read die second. time and stponed until tomorrow.A Joombs, Dell, Dummett, Fem.'ll, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris,
| : the namu of St. Luck County, represented by that part.r-Llthough( we would be sor: the latter cedes her the
'.. ., A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the taking of the} Census Haynes, Jones of Nassau, Parsons, Pope, Prescott, TlJlor, Thompson I sovereignty over G2
(. 'I' in 1855 in this State; of Levy, and 11'all-2O. :Mr.\ R., has been changed to that of Brcrari* ry to believe that the Whigs of Florida are apagos gop f to the United States, for

t. ;.::.' '. Was read the tlur time and put upon! its passage, upon winch: Un: Nays So -Messrs. Brown, Langfonl, Neel!, Shine and "anZallt-5.. CUI/II!!!. This name has been given to it in responsible for all its vagaries)-and this circumstance sum of 3,000080'r) .

: : ':" vote was: Ordered SUM un that nass.d tile....., title as Mated. memory: of Dr. Ephraim Brevard of North renders it necessary, from our position -'r-

i';: ; Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. De'11:1I1rown, Carter, Chaire, l'nate)1)' to }be entitled,1; aft; t.ified..... I tn.t,he. .:Jclmte._ Carolina, the author of the famous Mecklen that we should look into its columnsand The death of et-Govcrnor Tom tf* I
"' Coombs Dell Dismukes Fennell, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Joinbton :- -- +" the Palatka and Door, of Rhode Iala6$ h
4'( M canopv Plank Road Comp.uij; burg Declaration of Independence.! The name occasionally devote a paragraph to whatit ; a1n
. '/r i ......... Jones of Nassau, Langfonl, Parsons, Pope, Porter, Prescott, Was read the second time and ordered to be read a third time o. Time Brevards acted an of a long and painful fllnert.John .-
imriof/ant1) / J'lriatl" and this discharge an unpleasant -
: ;
may say
": t: .:, Riviere, Tavlor, Thompson of Santa Rosa and Wall-23.: '

.,;-u-_.140'1._' ..".'"Y. Nays-'.!.\'"I;one. to.morrow.Senate Bill to be entitled! :an Act granting certain lands I I to the t 1 Pa- Wheeler, in his history- or CoRtd: }astruggle..!I duty makes us the target for slang-whang- Mitchell has witw h editorial

'.. 't.. .:+., So the Bill passed, title as stated. btka and Micadopy Plank Road Company; votes an interesting chapter to that family, s 1i,4d et't (: S-SJSS. last issue of that I __ 9
um es _
'. .. certified the Senate. IKJ read a third time on 'r ?r the'
:! t Ordered that the same be to read the second time and ordered to ., loam -
which that the
Was from w first of the
;ii j. A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of J. P. K. Savage and one manner in which it is in the habit of assailingus. B... ft. L. Yitee.

;, ., .; Haley T. Blocker; to-morrow.'f"L. ._ Mti j wnncu, .?,. arsons was j lrrrmitlt'el; I to introduce t name of whom anything i is known was a Epithets, expressive of various degreesof The two Houses of the Legislature of Florida

j nti: f" Came up on:its third reading.. ..uueU al| SlId bill j referred] without previous notice, a Bill to be entitled an Act to regulate the I French Huguenot who left his native land on depravity are there applied to us with met in convention on d 16th- inst, and
'' 1) Sales<< of State Lands; the revocation of the edict of Nantes and proceeded the election a suceeeaor to
marvellous t
Sliinc andGalbraith.
Carter that
; cTecnCommiftee 1 of Messrs. Pope, presumption, considering the
0-w consisting
to ,
; a
read the first time the rule waived read second time
Which was a Hon. Jackson Morton, in the United States
,'." : :" to in the
emigrated thiscountry early eighteen
w editor to know that the individual
:; IIits title, and referred to the Committee on :State; Lands. ought at Senate, whose term of office expires the
.. ., \f A Committee from the Senate announced<< that that body and settled the waters of Elk River o
: century on
hadState to introduce whom such missiles directed is far be'ondtheir
The rule being waived, Mr. Pope was permitted. according are 4th of March On the first ballot Hon.
: ;; fused to concur in the Resolution to proceed to the election Bill he entitled Art alter ir.d in Maryland. This member of the family net
: to previous notice, a to an to reach ; for were it possible for him to be David L. Yulee was chosen. The vote stoodas
..f l;: :.t.j.t Officers! at half past 12 o'clock.A change the laws now( in force in this State: in reference to the Imitation had five sons and a daughter, all born to injured attacks he would have follows :
: bill to be entitled an act to the Records of the Supreme by venomous ,
.; :. of Actions; him in America. Three of the eldest boys been crushed this fresh Tutee............ ..........................31
l r Court: Which was read the first time, and ordered to be read a sccoud -John long ago, onslaught. Brown............. ....................,..!1 '
ri; ..i',1' Was read the third time and put upon its passage upon which the time on to-morrow. Robert and Zebulon-removed to being but a rehash of previous assaults scattered Blank........................................S

..:;.pH', vote was : The rule being waived, Mr. Galbraith was permitted to introduce, North Carolina between 1740 and 1750, and through preceding numbers of the same The Congressional career of Mr.Ynlee,ex*
.tj.: Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Baisden, Brown, Carter, Dismukes, bill be l'ntitll'dmct for the rel'ef were all the Revolution. John
according to previous notice to Whigs during Sentinel. The public has become so accustomed tending over a long series of years, has been
Jones Nassau
t of
;; Dummett Fennell Hollaman, ,
\ : ; Haynes, of William II. Branch of Leon County; had whom Dr. EriiK.uM such as to the confidence of his
eight sons, was ,
,+ Shine of Santa Rosa and among to such rabid displays, that they are inspi ow
Porter Prescott Thompson
";. .':,;,',,{. Pope Wall Taj Which was read the first time, the rule waived, read a second tine BKKVAKD, after whom St. Lucie is looked for whenever the Floridian is the part, and secure the respect of the whole
18. ,
m. .tt.. l Iits title, and referred to the Committee on Claims. country. He first took hi seat in the lower
t.;:' Na'a-Mr. Harris-1. The rule being waived, Mr. Haynes was permitted to introduce, hereafter to be known. The historian mentions theme, as a matter of course. The editor is House as a delegate, he remained until

e':-i-\-io: -r A quorum not \'otingfr.!\ Dummctl moved a call of the house<< without previous notice, a Bill to 1 be entitled an Act to amend an act one of those incidents, connected with known to take to the mud as naturally as a 1845, when Florida was admitted into the

; ; which was ordered. entitled an act to amend the Patrol Laws of this State; the mother of Ephraim, which show the char duck to the puddle. Lest we might be misi fifaion 8 a State. On the meeting of die f

c ;.1,.i.: Upon calling the roll, the following members answered to their Woich was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second acter of the women of the Revolution, so understood remark for all in i Legislature that State, be was /
we justice
once ,
4 t viz
names : that
;' ,J r the United States Senate,and remained
f ";'1' Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Baisden, Brown Carter, Chaires, Christie, On on motion the House adjourned until to-morrow morning, 10 o' graphically portrayed by Mrs. Ellet in her ad- [ to ourself that against the gentlemanwho body until 1851. During the poltica excitement

't. ttl Dell, Dismuke&) Dummett, Funnell, Galbraith; Haddock, Harris, clock. nimble book. The British army under Lord controls the Sentinel we have not now of late years, Mr. \ Ie ha always

i 1:.l; Haj'nes, Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Parsons, Cornwallis came to the house of the old man, and never have had the slightest possible ill- shown himself to be a sound, unwavering national

ilt.t: ;. r'i Pope, Porter, Prescott, Rmere, Rowley, Shine, Taylor, Thompson Aim, (Ephraim's father,) but found no one Democrat-Washing. U.i Dec. 23.TJ .
..N!.....,i\ of Lew, Thompson of Santa Rosa, and Wall-21))t The following report was received : feeling, notwithstanding the repeated provocations
'bQ. > The"list! of absentees }being called, th< Sc geaut'at-Arms was in- tere except his wife, au old lady. She had we have received, in the shape of gross from
a < The Special Committee to whom was ref rtcd the (;o'ernor'slICS88''O S Set Ploa
.:; .lh) etructed to cause the appearance of the absent II1cl1lhers..S \ and Documents relating to the suit now pending in the SuPreme roeived notice of their approach, and had personal attacks, in utter violation of all the On the ., of

1!. The question{ being again taken on the passage of the Bill under Court of the United States, to nettle the Boundary Line between sat her daughters to a neighboring house a- courtesies and decencies of life. We have Florida concluded the election of Unit

,ee&,r! consideration, the vote was : the Slates of Georgia and Florida, have considered the same, ciss a swamp, to preserve them from any been constantly aware that these outrageswere States Senator. Hon. D. L. Yulee was
:t -r t Yeas -Mr.Speaker, Messrs. Baibden:; Dismukes, Dummett,Ilaynes, sen on the first ballot, the Whigs casting their
VanZant and Wall 10. and beg leave to iniquities that might be offered to them working far more detriment to the as-
Pope, Porter, Rowley; REPORT votes for ex-Governor Brown. The vote stood
.i'f' br. Nays-Messrs. Brown, Carter, Chaires, Christie, Coombs, Dell, : by an unfeeling soldiery. She determined sailant than to the assailed, and hence we -Yulee 31, Brown 21. Mr. Yulee succeeds

'"j & Fennell, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Your Committee find that the Supreme Court of the United States remain t trusting to her advanced age have been content to endure them, trustingthat Hon. Jackson Morton whose term expires on

":;i Nassau, Langford, Neel, Parson?, Prescott, Riviere, Taylor, Thompson had ordered! a joint commission to examine the points in dispute as an! sex, and attempt to save the property the slow but certain of time the of March next.
tho head of St. Mary's river, and to run a line or 4t
md of Levy and Thompson of Santa Rosa-21. to true or source \ Mr. Yulee and the Democracy
itt So the Hill was lost lines thence to the junction of the Flint and Chattahoochie rivers.- When the army came up, an officer drewa would open the eyes of die editor and learn of congrtlat his
/I on
't. i! Senate Hill to be entitled An act to change the mode of COIIIJKMI- That commission proceeded in the discharge of the duties prescribedby per from his pocket, and after looking at him better manners. I career as our Delegate eJeton.Hi we pms

Jc) .!J bating the several Solicitors or Prosecuting Attorneys of this State; the order of tho Court, and had nearly compli-led the same, it lid that the houses must be bumed. They We have little to add to what was said by ritory, and as one of O State Senators wer,after
I.R Was read the third time and the question of its the when the Commissioner and Surveyor named therein by the State of
1. i J. upon passage WTC accordingly set on fire. Mrs. Brevard last week the of the we were admitted into the Union, inspires die
withdrew from further co-operation to bring their joint labors I is on subject Printing.
I vote was! proud and confident that the happiness
':;F' Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs.! Baisden, Brown, Carter, Chaires, to a close, at the instance and under the orders of the Governor atmptcd to rescue some of the furniture from \We then vindicated the Democratic majorityin and welfare of Florida sedulously

Christie, Coombs, Dell, Dismukes, Dummett, Haynes, Hollaman, of Georgia, which necessarily suspended further operations on the flames, but the soldiers would throw itck the Legislature from the attacks of an anonymous and jealousy watched w promoted.

::. ;,f Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Ned, Parsons, Pope, Taylor, part of those named by the State of Florida. as fast as she could take it out. Every I I'Dg [ scribbler in an Eastern paper who industry and ability ove which ad distinguished

Et J 'Thompson of Levy, VanZant and Wall-22. Your Committee deem it unnecessary to enter Into a discussion of was lost. The old lady was treated characterizes their action in the premises as Te deportment heretofore in
NUJ'a-Mcssrs. Fennell, Galbraith, Harris, Prescott, and Thompson the causes of this suspension, further than to say that they fully approve and of her clothes torn : additional for Cn i a
,f of Santa Rosa5. and sustain the action of the Governor of this State, and of ry: rudely, part hat of an unscrupulous party majority'and cause eon i o party.

i....; ii I So gold Bill passed, title as stated.. Col. Benj. ... Whitner, the Commissioner of Florida, in tho dischargeof mIter body-but she received no actual j! this simply because that majority saw with. Although equal zeal from the the interests East, he of w adfo

''s. 1 Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. his delicate and important trust, and the Committee think them in rsonal injury. They gave as a reason for roper to bestow its patronage on a press devoted of the State. Pauaeda Democrat every I.
Re. t A bill to be entitled An act to incorporate Leon Lodge No. 5, no wise responsible that the order of tho Court was not fully com ir conduct that her sons were all d-d revs 1 to its interests, and engaged in advocat

; 1.0.0.F; pleted.Your Committee have examined the expense account of said Commissioner i, aid that she had eight sons then in (as ng and defending its principles,in preference toone THE Soars C.OLA .' We ton

; Came motion up on, Mr.its third Galbraith; reading.On was. permitted to withdraw said bill. and find i its items reasonable and proper, and that there is y were pleased to call it) the rebel army. constantly warring upon its men, its usages heard with surprise that a eo baa dtereoit beta

still due of dollars 31.100 on this account. 't outrage was strongly condemned by and doctrines. The Sentinel made in the interior of Ge t
i A bill to be entitled An act to amend An act incorporating the a balance thirty feeling the oath
the circulation of the Bank of
41 Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Company, approved December 13, Your Committee find that the Commissioner in behalf of the Willis, in an order dated 1st February, force of that vindication, (although it said on that few t.) J*

1852; State of Georgia, bas been paid by that State for his services the 1. EPHHAIM, the eldest son of this heroic the 26th ult., that the Democracy of the tires e assumption of here a bad, (endsngered a their

h Was read the sccoud time, and referred to the Committee on Internal sum of two thousand dollars, and that the Georgia Surveyor has also nan, was educated at Princeton College, merhnt e been
General baj
;li Improvements.Mr. been paid by hit State the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars present Assembly, rejoicing in the solvency. Te object appears? t of South
'Having graduated, he turned drive the
Jtrsey. to out circulation
Dell'moved that a Committee be appointed on Mileage ; for his services, besides defraying personal and camp expenses, pride and plenitude of their power, evinced DOt might
f Mention to the medical profession, and ,, Carolina Banks, act order that voi
Which was agreed to,and Messrs. Dell, Shine, Carter, Porter and and hand hire. The Committee recommend, therefore, that proviso e an early disposition to proscribe the Sentinel

t Hollaman were appointed said Committee. ion be made by law for paving to the Florida Commissioner and 81 |ed A Charlotte, North Carolina. The e,, and give the whole of the printing to b fe by certain ime repeatedly.

f A bill to be entitled An act to amend tho Act incorporating the Surveyor the like sums for their services, as well as for paying the commenced, and in May, 1775, the citi- c..the dual editors of the Floridian and Jour alluded to in the b papers.

t Florida Railroad Company; small balance on the expense account. of Mecklenburg convened for the Aa of >
f pur- "I nal =bases its the planters Gel
) complaint a "viola-
with all other Bro
I Was read the second time. Your Committee have no doubt that those, expenses the upon a bIt
j be incurred by Florida in relation to this of consulting upon course necessary tion of custom," and seeks to visit, it would to fti
Mr. Parsons moved to amend tbe first Section by adding the f following l. which have been or may The they ought to these twoimportant
.'. Proviso: question of disputed boundary, are rightfully chargeable to and will, pursued. meeting WAS composed stem, the chief responsibility for this '" viola facts Bank South Ca-
:-- no .
Provided, That no branch road shall be established North of the be ultimately defrayed by tho United States, as the proprietor of the J% persons from each Captain' beat It ion" on the Printer elect. We cannot fol- baa ever i;

route from Pensaeolato Jacksonville, indicated in'the Aet to provide disputed territory. t wsAganized in Charlotte, on the 10th of I l1He ,ow the editor through the process by which rna in this b bp. 2 r,

Car a liberal system&. of Internal Improvements In this State. Your Committee' recommend that provision be made to meet any 775,by the appointment of Ahram Al. Mr. I B Stt i, liable to UM pubic
further boun 1 undertakes to make Dykeobnox.- t itlJI a
that be Incurred in the progress of this e
Which was agreed to. expenses may as Chairman, and John McKnitt Al j stock in case
The rule being waived, the biH'was read a third time by its title dary suit, and ,for these several purposes they ask leave to report by e and EPHSAIM BBKVABD- Secreta. t Qua to this responsibility, nor notice the ens- of its t, and par'this o t cot forwelve
and put upon its passage, upon which.the vote was:" bill. cxl jraary charge against l him, scattered "like ; months after the transfer

Yeas-Me Breaker Mesara.. Vaisden, Bellamy, Brown Carter, Respectfully submitted, nsa, e quote from Wheeler- raisins in a dumpling," through nearly two Hence it is' next impossible that I

,Cbriati, Dell; DiMrokw, :Galbwith, Harris! ,, liaynes, Hollaman, 1 J. B. GALBRAITH, Chairman. j was 3 sad taken Dr.up BreTard io discussion.: Independence>> columns: such as unscrupulous," "treache. wh bold the notes t our Banks shall suffer
DELL came forward
*4-JohnMo(d Levy and,>Rwtons'l1U-21,'Pent. Pop*. *,:Pfcscott' Shjne- Taylor. Thompson( .1,' _n R.PHILIP A. SHINE. I was of UslocAtf* *. At fait it met with opposition u; one but y," bad faith," &c." &c. It is enough to I os even in case of failure*unless wnca they

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jJd K> llife'ea .fO'ling of pank i and builly 6nC., teattllS SUteaeit S Charleston.- \s. J' b- .J f*4 r 1 -gIIt. : : t t.i: ij. : .Ex :"_

their money. .4 fI'1. City ofTallah lie J:, ovid 1 JXfl SACKS co re and fane Key West Salt Ocnaburgs Sheet insrs,Sbirtinga '
; < ,shuir'ng ceipta Brig TIMES having be greater part ; BLANKETS. 1.1. ''.creditin l.qsk a Ni4 j 6bJ.
But there is no good sound for panic. Ditbut temenltfor the year.di"1 D,c. :I. I 854. 3l _'THE' enrgn engaged and g<>iug ou bOard llvjy 100 sacks.Liverpool Salt; from Samson anti for sale brMcNAUGHT A' otter/wise Wssb.4 .

Banking.system of South Carolina is too ]1 854. To Cash paid the follow* Accounts: will have despatch for the above port. For freight or Landing and for sale- by ADec. ORMO.lfl Jooo Johnson late of Jefiene* ll'ds

The and solJd to be disturbed L.v ))t-C. 3 1.. Balance 1 advanced the Treasury passage, apply to McNAUGHT d ORMOND.Dee. !. 1854. 61 ceased *rehereDy aetiled to ....
any 23
healthY the CJbrfcW Jfcr- Jan.I. 185i. f 102 29Reirs I McNAUGHT & ORMOND. 18"n dc'n. wiatia two yI ..it. .
ssur like ,present upon Tallahassee Fcmalo I NewpoctJaauary Otb 18"1 In Administrator1 Sale of Slaret BudiI my wait at $ Ue6. \.i ... bs

28th wIt. Academy ... ;. ... 200 OC .Chancery, be sold .t pubis sale to the highest bid barm; aaJall esiasshsMtlstses fir-id1. r
Fees to Inteudant, SO caw M- For New.York. Anderson M..Hani*,Trustee. 1 In tbe Middle Judicial; WILL.at BynTs Store,Miearakie,on Wednesday, era reqnessct.aabn _. ....-

Later from Europe. deaicfluor tried befure Intend- Bark R. IL GAMBLE now loading IT f Circuit of Florida, the 10th day of January otxjt. the foITowmir named a fully authorU to u14.ts ..
all'. Cowt.- 100 00 _&THE have immediate despatch for the are Charles 11. Barr*. } Gadsden Oonnty.Y Slaves beloniring to the estate of Nathan Holt. d- w. jx I1nI.I.I. ..
jfjw Tow; Dot 3l.The U. B. mafl steamship Commissions fortaxesandlictnKa' port. For freight or passage FP'.V' to : B virtue of a decretal order rendered in said ease. ceased Tis: Caroline sad her child. Jane; Patsy a Dec.16,1854. K' .

t tjijofk. Capt.James Went bu arrived at her-wharftk' collected .. .. ...: 166 1'1 McNAUGHT ORMOND. rr-v I will 'fH ". at public outcrr. to the good house woman: Epliraim and John. Sold by order .a

I city from Liverpool, which port she left ou Salaries paid to Officers,InteiMft, Newport January 6th. 1865. 1 highest bidder, for 1. atObattaboocb .i,;Onilsdeu c{ the Judge of Probttp. BUGGIES a4.CAIIAEI.1HARtS
18Lh ios.t.: Clerk and Marshal 650 CK County op tbe fourth Monday in January. 1855. the Terms.-One half cash and the balance 13 month
;oDdI7. the Repairing and keeping in order For New York.iTHE fcflowmg describedproperty.m[ : All of the right, credit with 8 vet rent interest with note and security. $ TO .MATCH-' ,
jle Bo51 ma steanmbp Canada arrived at Liv. streets and squares.. 1. li8 33! > Packet E. REMINGTON. Saw title and interest of Charles M. Harris in and to the The Plantation belonging said estate will be rented JUST received and corWantfy urjntnir, *s* .

on Sunday tbe 17th instant Cleaning out weeds At in the i. will have Brig fur the above wor.ertyat CbatUhtochee known as the J/Uttftd in fur the ensuing year nt th* same time and place. t of Saddles Bridles and Marttcakees1 4kkxls
erpou1 despatch port.For 'l'ii.mmgs .
CWTOS MA&KR.The City Cemetery 22 00( yer. eluding the Hotel. Ware House Store, SiabUs. PATRICK SMITH Adm'r. ; Traoks of every deaeHptioa; Ovrac*
jjvERrooL Circular of Change bills redeemed and burnt 2 26 freight apply to Wharves Outbuildings,tenements and improvements December 23. 18 ol. 61 8t AsI and 'i1PriIP. Hohba Owmf .
y!*.. Maiigan, Lemprif 4 Co, report Cotton Contingent Expenses, including McNAUGHT do ORMOND. of every description belonging t.r appertaiuirw$o said Bolts from 1| to 7 ludi Iaii ; TSIC LuWrandLidDggkiM.Bi4yoiUAea.vilk CWf V

,4gIb o.f a penny per pound lower and quotes hire of an Assistant Marshal, January 6th 1855. property, together with all the Household and Kitchen Notice. a few aS5. .

p _h.TOrenB't 51d.; middling do. 5i; fau Upland lumber for culverts, Ac.,Ac,. 515 01 For New York. furniture Hacks, Horses. Harness Busies and ALL Persons having demands against the Estate st< thou Wlu left j. .
do. Ib. The 1. W. Dowcn, for 1st and 2d inpUlnonts Cart belonging to said Hotel; also,several Cows and S. Sibley, dcceaetiolate of Gadsdon AH of tbe abort for sale dwtpMadmit i1
'fling 41 per sales during the Packet Schooner ELIZABETH Wil Calves and the 'D. IL HUI4 .
entire stock of
t\ : due him for carpen THE Dry Goods Groceries County Florida are hereby notified to present the
jjgtbe 15th iust comprised 4OOO balep ter's and other work on Seminary !, toaster, will have despatch for the< Crockery Hardware &. now in store at Cbl\ttahOO I same to the Administratrix within the time prescribed December fj, 1854. 4S .

speculators took 1,000 and xporters 4,000 1.89132 above port. For freight apply toMeNAtIGHT ch SAMUEL B. LOVE, by law, or this notice will be plead in bar thereof; --

facing 29,000! bale of all descriptions to the R. A. Shine, for lit instalment A ORMOND. Special Master in Cbanoery. and all those indebted to said Estate will please make Fer Bar,.e ...1.," .
/fJrf. due himforbrick and other WOI U.on Newport January 5th 1855. 1Master's December 80, 18 4. 53 payment immediately.MARY 140 BOXES Tobwoo fit isle few.

01 City Seminary, f 1ln 6C Hardware.A D. O. SIBLEY Ad u'x. nuB 4 ROWLZa
MARKET. Flour .
advanced Sale. Dec.
JrrnrooL With 8 p'rctint.for3 21,1854 61 December 2 1894 48
FRESH supply of [Sentinel
i reT LLt and tbe demand was fair. Western Carl moa 25 days,. 28 40( -1,140 06 unJcrl'i neJ. Master in CIalt'r.Ly virtue of JT V Blacksmiths Tools Coopers. Carpenters and .
TIlE landiug Hazard and
trss quoted at 42a43& and Ohio 44s. per bbL of It. A. Shine fur 2d iniUlmcnt f..r decree of the Circuit Court i-f the Middle Circuit Herald and for sale I Quincy Male and Female Academy Town Lots (or Sale.
brick and other 'work on Cily of Florida fur Jeffei sou sitting in Chance byMcNAUGHT Institution is located' in the midst
Wheat advanced 6d white County of an 'in. in the
]0( Ibs. commanding 66 ORMOND. I THIS 185 original pUa ot"-OityofT.n.
\ I"l LOT
certain instituted Burton W Bellamy. and refined and
ryjpn a cause by Dec. : 1854. community, enjoys the
3. 81 situated on tscoqr) fi| Adams aod Obt-
lSL 6J. and red 12s. Gd. per 70 Ibe Corn was uo- 2,110 74 Smith ami wile
Babtuce ou complainant vs. Caraway John !JWEppesand advantages of 1aealthful iI, accessibility and permanency ton Streets and due south of th.- Union Bank is
t cllRl1J'ed. and white and y llow were worth 44s. per 9:169 wifr, ind Theodocia and Victoria Della y Watson Tobacco. having been in succes&fbl operation for the last offered at pruate sale. The buildings Mm lot with now

f tiO 1Le. : 83 defendants for |partition, will offer for Sale before tin packages o/ this well known article twelve years under its present Principal. It is provided some little repairs may be made to Iiauc.
LoNDON MONET MARKET.Consols closed at 91{a 1854. By Cash from the following sourt-: Court house door in the hiwuof Monticello. Jefferson SUNDRY from brig Herald and for sal by with a valuable cabinet of minerals, and an rxtensive profit on tbe purchase and Jorboddiaf pay a
f!. The Bullion in the Bank. of England had incrraned 'Dec 31. City Tax of $40041 County, within legal hours on the first Monday of: McNAUGHT 4 ORMOND. ChemIcal Philosophical and Mathematical Apparatus sea tbere is not a Lot the City pe.aof greaU pwpo-
.t 185,000. Ciry Tax of 1854.. S.227 SJ February next. the following described lauds I lying inlaid Dec. 23.1854. 61 affording superior advantages to students o- advantages.' For terms a
El'1 ora.\N INTTLUGEXCE. The advices from T5ebastopol Fines imposed for breach of tin" County of Jefferson, viz: both sexes for obtaining thorough, practical eduoa' l% OWYW2f .

are only to the 4th intt Nothing in a tnili peace,... 203 OC The E i of the N E i. aid theE i of the S E J of Provisions.PILOT tion. Young men may be prepared for any of the November 25. 1864. Iw ft?

tar, point of A new could be done, in couBcauence of Exhibitions of horses and rnuksforsale. Sec. 8 ; the W4 and the W | of the NEt of See. 9; BREAD, Sugar Soda and Butter Crack- advanced classes) in College, or fcr entering upon the .
the* ,prevalence of heavy rains, which filled the 50 LO( the E i oldie N E j, the S E i and the E i of the No. 1 Mackerel in bbla; half bbls. aud kits. study of tie learned pr..r 8Si..nll.

trroches with water and rendered Ole road* imnassable. Tax on Auction Sales to April 1. S W j of Sec. 10: Ole E i of the N E J, and the E \ Salmon !o.kits ; 10 boxes English! Dairy Cheese 1C The next session will begin on Monday,January 8th. D. IT. A1e.. ,
-. 66 01: of tbe S E 1 of Sec. 13, the E 4; the E i of the N ViI boxes White Oak Cheese, landing from brig Samson; The same Teachers will be retained in the Female TALLAHA8EE, YWRiJ .
Otncr Pa&ha wa at Varna embarking nineteen Licenses and Public Exhibition, 275 00( mil the E i of the S W J of Sec. 15 ; the N E {1 and for bale by McNAUGHT 4 ORMONDDec. department who were employed in it during the'past Wholesale BetaO s1.r
battalions for the Crimea. Am't refunded by L'ou County and tbe E i .f the N W i of Sec. 22 ;the N W sand 23. 1854.: 51 year. They are all Southern Ladies and have given M .
The British Parliament bnd re'assemble J. The for expenses incurred by the the W'4 c.f the N E i of Sec.23 ; the S E *of tLe N very general sat fllction. Although the department* I. DRUGS AID JllDIWR. .
Queen in ber speech spoke of the army in the Crimea City in tile burial of pauper. 20 J. W 4. the S E 4 and the E i of the S W i of Sec.:4. For Charleston. are so arranged that each may receive the benefit of -- ..

with admiration and gratitude, and called for inscUuit Ain't borrowed up 'ii Bonds of tile and the S W i of Sec. 25, all in Township 2 of Range Barque J. W. DYER. Dyer, master .. the supervision and instruction of tbe Principal, yet JUST reoclredTp r'Bar1)oe.A.Pisb- hila sum
reinforcements. Sue al.o praised the glInt City from the School Fund .,f 6 N and E ; and tie S E J of the S \\' J of Sec.:0. in TIlE have despatch for the above tffi bu more immediate attention will be given to the male of Drugs aqd Medicines,Paints Oik VefBMies.
and active co-operation of the French troops and the State to nid in building tie! Township 2 of Ran;e 7 N and E. all in the diatrict If! She will be followed immediately the POrt.-TIMES department, where be will be aided by such Assistantsas Putty and Glass Ware general aasortiMBt of
tttaj that a treaty had been concluded with Austria. Seminnry-1, 2, a.4.5 yej*'.*, lands Eu1' ,'ct to sale at Tallahassee, Florida. contain. for freight! or to Brig ;; the exigencies of the school may requite. The Colon Brushes,and other Painter.tenala
Tli speech Iwwcver. had no effect upon the Funds. 8 per cent interest. .. .' 3,300 00 ii.g, in all, two thousand four hundred and eighty-foui passage apply Mc AUGHT 4 ORMOND. number of students varies from 100 to 120. and from Also Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth and flair Bribes, La.
The debate ou too address were interesting.A Bond of R A. Slline..n up to acres and twt>uty-t\vo hundredth of an acre, more or 1854. five to six able and efficient teachers are usually employed. bin's Extracts aDd a variety uf Fancy Artkto,
bill was read in the House of Lords Ii second the City by order of Leon Cji-. less. NewportDec1231L 51 Planters and Physicians will always fad at this

lime to enlist German nnd 8wi-s Legion Bills were cuit Court, from the fund know At the mme time will be K.ld six mu'es and the I. Fulton Market &o. A limited number stu lonts oan ba accommodated I establishment full sqpply of eyery toW Reeded,ADd
lItl read in the House of Common to send the Militia ns tic "Fire Fund"(-f the City stock cattle a.i.l plantation utensils belonging to the Beef with board in the family of the Principal at $10 per on the inoHt liberal term.

to gamsou) JaJ.ulLin: was said relative toa to aid in the erection of the |>;irtie* n1..e tinned I, for division.Terms O BBK Fulton Market Beet month. For, further particulars enquire of Orders from the Country promptly filled aDd eai-
new Loan. Seminary building-wild' Bt.nd made known on dav. of wile. ) 1 Box Bologna Saunee, N. H. STEWART, Principal. isfaction guaranteed with regard loth to prieee ao4qualitr.

L The Danish Ministry bad been reconstructed.Tbe being for.t 1J. >00 0'ii : India mail bad arrived in London. Trade in Three coupons of ff>0 Master iu Chancery. Just rec-ived BERRY A ROWLES. pounded

Clina was dull each. less $30 to be January C, 1S55. 1 tds Dec. 2. 1S54 51 Sentinel. Horse Mills. Also RPPINO'8 COMPOUND. FLUID xx

The Packet ship Queen of the West bad been lost paid to Master in ---- For Sale. undersigned manufacture at their shop near TRACT OF BUCHU.

ou the Irish Coast. All ou board, however were fortunately Chancery 150 (II' Just received, THE Leon County a very superior Horse November. 11, 184$. 45
ea\'cd. and interest at 8 jier R IL Gamble V NEGRO WOMAN a first rnte Cook, Ironer, Mill, which will grind Fifty Bushels of Corn -
New York by Barque per day.
rent. fro 71 lit July, FROM I and Waeher. Also a the best
Cask of that same old 1815" Brandy, They are warranted as Mills ever put up in ,
Nationality on One Side. 1853 to :2.1 October 2 Bbls. of tbe Simon Pure" )IouonahallWhis.- Office.House Servant and a good Washer. Apply at this the South. Farmers will find them just the thing MERCHANT T1LOI

Postmaster General Granger recently put forth 1851. 157 C7Int. key. for Plantations, as the same band that is used for Gins ,
Dec. 23.185 i. 61 tf
ou the coupons tbe Mill Persons them in DEALER IN READY MASK CLOTHVO
for to
10 I Barrels Large Onions answers wishing see *xGKXTLEKBS'B
circular with tbe avowed object of galvanizing: and -
nlxive stated, at Cjr 15 *. Fine Apples. operation, can be gratified by calling at either Capt. FUKNISQI GOOD
reorganizing the Whig J nrty, but it does nut ecem to cent 19 nJ-1,627 2C 20 Irish Potatoes FALL AND WINTER IMPORTATIONSOF Lester's or Dr. Bradford's. Letters addressed to Ceu- ree.It
at the w.n IuIGq od Uwd br
astonish anybody or*'set any riveron fire. The Bos- 2 Boxes Maecaroni, RICH FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS treville will meet with prompt attention. Now
$9,869 83 rly occupied by Clarke A StiUmao. 0 -.I
Ion Pod pithily remarks that "one very notable ida 8 Qr. Bbls... No. 1 Mackerel, At the L d1ea' Emporium !I" POPE EOSSEAU. assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothseg. .

of Mr. Granger's circular is that he intend to have the By Balance brmicbt (liwn..f.i 10 74 10 i 1 subscribers are now in receipt of their heavy Dec. 16. IS5t. 50 8m i iibing Goods Cloths, Tsssiincrfe Vrstinp. i**,.
CHINS. 12 Kitts 1 and Winter Importation) of Foreign and posed io part of the following article*.
reorganized party plainly declare its decided oppoti. GEORGE W. HU'I BUSINESS AT ALLIGATOR FLA. I
BERRY i ROWLES. American and Goods NEW Fine Black Dress Frock Coat. .
TI calurer.Tnl1allaRlC Fancy Staple Dry comprisingthe
tiou to the Nebraska bill as n violation of the Missou- Dr-e. 30th. 1854. 52 have in Black and C..ld
Decetnlwr 31], 1854. most desirable! assorUrent ever offered in this mar- undersigned engaged a heavy Single Breasted Frock aDd
ii compromise. As the Southern Whigs will not re. *** Sentinel and Georgia Watchman copy. ket. They were selected from the very latest Fan THE Commission busioew. Having their own Busiaess CoU

reive tWb dictum Mr. GraLll er's phuiiix will not be - -------- and Winter importations, and purchased under the means of )land transportation, they intend keeping Fauey Casnimere do. do. da

much ofa 'natiooal'bird after all, but will rather reteiuble Sold Out. Just Received from New Orleans. treat depression of prices in the Eastern Cities,duringthe constantly on band a stock of Heavy Goods which Back!' and Colored dothOrereoaU.

CA!. wild which have their I11; underxigiied; gives notice to bi. customers nn4l ltbe l 1 r CASKS Sides and Shoulders months of August, September and October in I they mean to sell at such prices as will leave no inducement .- Black Doeskin Panta
Jacques's geese. rl public that be has M,ld out IllS 1'flt andSIoe ] .J s; Suirar-cured Hartip, i'iiScoueLiee of which we can offer such inducement to Planters to go east of this br retail sup Fancy a CON Caaaiinere rmark
".ins clipped so that they can't fly beyond bi* }ard.! Store ant l winben the indcbt| to him to come 21 hbd.-t.) Brown Sugar. Unit all who wish goods will purchase forthwith.To plies. and Fan y SOk Veetit
10'> bbls. Superfine and Family Flour will also make the usual earti jdvanecs on *' Fancy Velvet da
dealers time
forward and settle a< soon us p<*-iltl. ; and all tbosf cash buyers or punctual on 'We Tliey
The Demand still Increases having demands ngaiint him arc reqii.-sti-d to ;present :tjVhiskv, would say, that we can now offer you any style oft.wwis Cotton.and ship the same to the beat houses iu Charleston do. Oasi, do e.."."

; tr As the public becomes better acquainted with ibtir accounts for payment. K lIN LERC1I. S 1 l'rime'Lard.n in our line far cheaper than yon have ever sect Savannah or New \JCSJred.Y tr1r..wd transport it from White Marsames dq. D. t

the sterling qualities of M'Lnne's Liver 1'jllb. tbe demand ) January: C 1 Sl5.4 w I.CS8 them before; and t"l'r/J\"e this to your own satisfoc the Planters' Gins w'- JEFFREYS 4 00. -ALSO-
_. --- -- -- C boxes Star Candles ti"n i we only ask to our atoek a thorough ex
mtnroes to increase. Sit ceiUiui i is this great -- you give Dec. IG. 18.64. M A Sue as34rttsent of Shirts Collars Cravats Blaek.
medicine IB restoring a diVased Liver to the exercise New Boot and Shot Store. 2" Lemon, iniination nnd if you do not agmith U3'*C tlu-. do no1&tffiSMbVin t 3m White and Colored Kid and Silk Gloves. ..

..f its proper fcuctioos that it i is now htuLed up>n an i rl"MK tmtl"f't'igltC,1 tiie peiMir! : in IJfllnllinJ. 1 ... Pecan Nuts, will pay the fmfvtt. Come w.' Just Received from New York, log Stocks CoUon and Merlop Uoder-shirta .

the ercaTcct Jj,eeific fur Hejiatis; ; nut] many I"by wcinnu A JL tlie ciiatonicrs and Dieiuls of John lA'rdl.) 5 M Superior Cigars", dll r-c_ } part of QR. boxes Fresh Raisins Drawers. Brown Fancy,Cotton and Lile"Thread *

DEC it fn Ibeir regular practice. Among titbers ind the public generally tbat they lace bo'igbt out COO; buh. Black Se.t l Oltll.HEIWr: ]:f\trt.-. Rich Silk Dress Goods. 30Alligator 25 half boxes" ; Hose White and Colored Cambria Haadk.rehie&.all
l r.Olinor .Morgan a d:>Uu itii.be us Boot ami SI. K> Store anl are ready to make up ... t 1)01.. "f lunbole 4. are to public oe reasonmbktvrotit
J) 00.
with n very rxtcn!ie practice bu: imed tliej-e) the best kind) ofmk ,in their liia All] who wIt .uLld Jooorgia Uatcliman copy. Rich Plai Silks! Rich. Brocade Silks BERRY & and warranted as good a* uttered ia this Market.c.n
1'ills fu CAM of Liver ComplaiMt, find of Dyppcpna, work done will du "-11 t ll ca. -They 'q"1J.rrp" Striped J da Watered no.a ROWLES. and examtn*.
with comj,! te suceeca. Heconimetided xsitishvIieiius i- any)J.-irwi.ikto he n"4"6 wen! an can be done any I Jon Antique Silks Solid Slatee4s'edd.. Dec. 16. 1851. 50 tf Novemer 4. 854. 44.

: :ii; well us otbcrs' Xibo ba\c wititereed tlie); \\.11\ I .l'e. Two have on Imnd the be t kiiKl) of I Notice. Solid) AlleH.f Roses Silver Grey Silks From New Orleans SteaJltf America --
\>y fffect (rf llfls) raeilicine, it is not Burpri-ing that we Frv.l. n "kin and l.ohishi S'-le Leather and offer rpflE ANNUAL MEETING <>f the Stockholder II Ezibrciidcred1ilki. Bl"k Brocade do.. -per AMCBICIM ARTIfiTK*. UNIONPIlE :

AU..1.Jly ;a receipt of ucb mirtivea u tbcf-VsTV" ,heir work as cheap as possible for cnsb. __I_ of the Union Dank of Florida) will be held at a llJ'k Gros tie Rhine da Groe De Naples,. 9 A BBLS.** Apple Aanen Usno>would
CAiinamcE Ol,;.. .1.-.-'> 2- J81'M M. & P. RUPP. ito office in Tallahassee, on the First Monday in February U Poult dfSoi d.,. Ccl'd Poult de Sot, M\/ 10 Oranges; J_ aanoooceAXEBKAX the eitiseo nt tk* U.4 nspoeUulliito o-*
j 1 ..-" lire nearly uut ( MLtn ?, 1850. 1 tCoxa.O"ULA. 0 White and Pink Satin, China Plaid 5" CocoaNuts; MOl
**' .1.1.t- January next C. O. ENGLISH Cashier. Silks 2 W..t" the Canadee that fOr the pvpoeofeoIt4>*iteTi*...
/. P;l** ,t would be well t<> keep us rupplietl, a Marcellinc i Florence Solid & Plain :
: December :9. 1 R54. 52 Apron -ALSO- for the &x arta throBgboot fbe eatattj. end with a
demand for them in
tbtr our place.
u a great
Worsted Dress Goods. : of enabling family t s bjeeeaepaeeesaedef
OGIEIl & CLAHK. WACKEENAH, December 28th 1854. Notice. 25 Bbls. Rectified Whiskey; of erery -
.. a gallery engravings, oy
For wile at all the Drug Starts in Tallahassee, and underM ued desirous remaining in the State Rich Plain KolJ&IIt'laiua Rich Plaid )Ious S Lard;
LL claims aeainst tLc Rev. E. G THE FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AG!
TilE A having 10 MolllSfHJS
at one Agency in every Town in the South. lie of lila. health is willing U persons Figured do. Painted do. .
Januaiy C.'l&;,1). 1 2WMARRIED. devote his time improvement to die sustaining and supporting or tAsay, are requested to jiresent them to the uideisijrufcd" > co M'U86elaia Robe De Cashmere Robe Dedtamber. For sale by BERRY & ROWLES. They have determined in order to rrrstn II ezt.use .
will be dividex who has been authorized by Mr. A. to Ciamb! IVe. H, 185-1. 50 tf We for their Engraving, and thus not only g
tits 1'heterm
into the Academy two Beftt4.Iflf1-m-st at place.seosion beginning 15th i>f January examine them. au-1 if allowed tbey will be paid immediately m Plain and Plaid Cash Painted Cashmeres f L g"Sentio l and Georgia Watchman copy. employment to a large nwnber of artiste asd edaet.
by draft. The undersigned has also beer French but inspire mig our eountryraeei a tub work
terminating 15th r.f June; second emjou begin authorized tender to arbitrate tbe it metes o. Rice. of art to preel'ftU.tbe poKhaaeni of their eqgrarings
to matters
In Lw>n County on the 21st December, 1854 by the 31st December.lite again French Meriuos, English do.
tiitf lit August terminating dispute between Mr. Asav nnd the Trustees of FMcb do. German do. TIERCES Prime Rice te arrive per Barque when 25U.OOO of whiob are sold,
RCT. Wm-Clinice, Dr. il. WESTWARD FISHER coo,1 has been,during past ,much embarrassed English 41
the withdrawal years entered er Institut.t'THOMAS HAYWARD. a German do. Casbmore DeExssee : J. W. Dyer from Charleston For sale by Wm GIFTS Of TIE ICTUil COST OF Sl,OCO.
anJ Miss 11ES1UETTA BEMBRV att of aaid County by pupils[ .
December 30. 1854. 62 S McNAUGHT & ORMOND.
to tbe terniituttiou of each setwion. Fur the purpose olavmg Tartan Plaids Sup'r Black Muus elaius, Each purchaser of a eoe diIIaresgrviug.tberefur.
a g<.od understanding between LIre rupportenf Lands for Sale. Juperfiue bl'k mbarine.. ., .4 Enff. Merino, New Port. Flor, Dec. tP. 1854. 49 receives uat oaly aa engraving riehly worth the nx.

the sclK>ol and iu principal, the latter would slat, Ft'h Merino, a Silk A'paccas, Seed Oats. ney. but also a ticket which entitle him teoae ef tfae
:rand Dirisloi or Florid that all pupils entered at the beginning or before the! "T ILL be told on the first Monday in February German do. Misses Worsted ItoW Gifts, when they ere dUtriUrted.
niddle of each sea ion will be charged fortbewbobosion : next lfore the Court House door in Madison! Ladies Worsted Robes, OAA BUSHELS Seed Oats just received and FOR FIVE DOLLARS

tT: A.V AXSUAL SESSION TIIEG&AKDtivioi.iu anti those entered at or after the middle of the, County. Florida, within Ole legal hours of sale. the un- With a great variety of other Worsted Goods for La- 4\J\J fur alebv* A highly finished Engraving,beeativelly PAINTEn
<.( tlie Sons of Temperance of the State of session> will be charged for a halffeesttiou.RATES. divided half of Lot r\o.lix ((6.) <>f fractional Section dies. Mireaa and Cfaifdrcn"s dresses, which must be seer McNAUGHT & ORMOND.New in OIL, and FIVE GIFT TICKETS wIn be Mut. rr

rV ri Ievcnll,) East untaioiug in all one lnmdred and idea of their real richness nail iu this abort ad- from the catalogue aDd seat by return mall
\e41ue,4sy the 24th of J an'ary. 185 Rudiments per quarter,. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .$1 4 nineteen acres, more or lef ; said one ball belonging vcrUsemcnt. bcaaty Notice. or

J. II. GATLIN, G. S. Grammar, Spelling, Reading aud Writing per quarter to the estate "f Rebecca Charier, late of Columbu SIX: mouths after date, thennderntned.adtmoi express.A of the catalogue, together wifc a specimr :

JanllllrJ 6, 1 t5. 1 ,,. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. ... Grammar Spelling Reading, writing and Arithmetic Probate of Madison County, t> pay the debts of *aid Medallion Maltese Lace Collaretts Cbemuetts and late of Leon Coauty will present his final aocuunt and this -

-- -.v ,.. ... .. .. .. .. ........ .. ... 7 i estate. GKO. >I McCL'KLLAN, Adm'r. Undcwleeves. vouchers, and ask to lie tfiiicbarged. Fur paper.each dollar sent an actnallT..oriJa
NOTICE.tlT ] Grammar, Spelling Reading, Writing, Arithmetic LITTLE RIVER Cwhimbia Co, Fla. lJunit"lI CollarelU Surplice Cbemizetts and UdcrKich HINTON J. SAUNDERS, AdtnV.December that ram and a Gift Ticket, will imuediaUlj be fcc-

THE AKSlVEIiSAIlY OF THE BATTLEof aud Geogral'llr,. .. ... .. .. :.. .. ... . 8 Deceu.ber SO, Ifc54. 52 sleeves. 9. IS4-5. 46 3 uG'adsdeiTTmxColIector's ward d. ,
3 rammer, SpellMig. Reading Writing, Geography Embroidered Muslin Collaretts ChcmizeltB aid Slae. AGENTS.
'cw. Orleans, (the *tl inst.) .l be celebrated by Philosophy or Rlietotic with Algebra or Arilliuictic Undersleevrs.licb I

*(he Florida Riflemen; on which oocasion *n oration ,. .. ..... ... ._. ... .. ... .. ....10 Chancery Sale. [ Ewbroidered Muslin Undersleeves (separate.) B\ virtue of the power vested in me by law shallexpose The Committee beEeving that the ucees e/ tIN
sale before the Court House door. at eat national umlertak* will be .
virtue of a decree made nt.1lle December tern for g eaaterally pmu.ted
*ill .
delivered a
at the Capitol n the ft.epresntatirefl1Ib7 Good board be obtained in the neighborhood. BY can tbe second Monday in the energy ao d enterprise of intelligent ant
the Franklin Oouitty Crrcuit Court, 1854, II Collars and Collaretts do. Quincy, Gadsden County on by
'Gen. It K. CAi.t at 12 o'clock M. Tbe citi- N. B.-Period of payment according Ui the custom wherein Munkcia M"ts"IUI Complainant and Wit 4' Habits. March next the fallowing described binds or BO much persevering Agents have r *wked to treat with aoeh

*cns Tklhibasacc,f and its Ticiuity and Ywrtore are in- ut the couutry, on the tint of succeeding January. ham Holland, Wright and rise heirs (.! Will ill 10 and th*eof as will pay the State and County taxes due on the most hberal term :
ALEXANDER Inserting.
titJ to attend. BY AUTHORITY. J. J. II. BrokenlMfimgli were defendants, laiR expose for 44 Applrque Black Kmbr'd Sprigs Collars for moumift ) thereon for the years 1853 and 1654. and the expenses Any person wisLemg to become an Agent,by sending .

I Crape *
January C, 1854. 1 January, 1855.- sale at public oulery to the highest bidder, for cash Eliin White Muslin Muuroiag Collars Chemixetts and incident thereto to-wit: Eight hundred and seventy (post paid) one dollar will receive by return .01 .
Sale. on fee first Monday i>f February next, between the acres of land, lying and being in the Ccunlyor mail a ORe dollar etgmring. a Gift Ticket a prospe. .
---------- Master in Chancery's hours of 1 1 and 12 oVlock A. 31, the following decribedproporty Sleeves. Habits and Sleeves.Enslih Gadsdeu adjoiuiog lands belonging te John Hare and tus. a catalogue, Met all other necessary informatiiJi. !
FOR NEW ORLEANS. BY virtue of a Decree in Chancery rendered on I to wit; Black English Crape Valenciennea. UonHon. Maltese, others on Flat Creek mm era But known but known On the final completion of the sale the Gift wil- .
fifth day of January A. D. 1855. in a caus<' Lots number five and sixteen, ((5 and 16.) in block Thread.MaHne Worsted and Cotton as the Wilson Land pwportwjfc to belong to John be placed is the tj ds of a committee of the phs It
To Sail Tuesday next in Waukulla Circuit Court wherein Nicholas N.; C one ((1.) and store, lot number five and sixteen ((1 Gimpnre Regency T. J. Wilson of Leon Coooty, Florida. seo,t.e U (Eatrifllted. due Dotteeef whiefa will U

Branch is oollll'lalll&ODud William Germany anti I. and 16.)block C two ((2.) lots number one and twenty Black Laces.Silk and Brussels Laces and Insertings. JAMES JL SMITH give tisnmgiiout the United State awl tbe Ce* d**. =

t. ElizabeJb Germany are defendants I will expose fo,. ((1 and 20.) block 11 two ((2.1 lots number one and tw, White Blonde Laces Silk Thnks (in all lorL) Tax AnteiuorJ CollcaorfuvGa4.d'n Co. List ..rolna.ioomarUebustaofWuhingtosat.l00. .
Mile,before the Court house door iu the City of Tallahassee ((1 and 2.) iu 1,1ocLwenl) ((20,) lots one.twoaudtbrei 8-4 French and Tarlatan MiuUus Qninev. -eemtxT 9. 1864. tds 49 $10 0. ;

"P1n SUuMndbij GORDON. Capt J. P.Brook*,left ou Monday, the 5th day (if February next. ((1, 2 and 3,) in bloc thirty-seven ((87.) Superior a .5-4 Embroidered Swiss M .' 100 M Clyr......_.. 10 10,(% .
". 1. New Orleans the lith inrt. for Sl Marks and will the following negro slaves to-wit: Tom. Dauiel au< Part of wharf lots number twenty six and twenty U Spangled Lace Dresses (for parties.) Gadsdea Tax Collector's Sale.TY 100 M Webster. too 10,00< .

reach there on MonAay.the 8th. She will return till Lewis. Tunas caoh IL ARCHER, Ja, seven ((26 and 27.) being thirty-wvcn and a half ((37 J I II English and French Crapes. (in all cnlors.a .1 virtue of the power rested in me bylaw] 100 Calbcen,..... 100 10,00a .

Tuesday to New Orleans, of which_ the nublic wHI Master in CLaacery.Janoary feet northeast from a point seventy-five (75)) feet, Silk Lace Netts.Jaconet and Naiuaook Muslin. .1)> shall expose for sale before the Court House 50 Elegant Oil Paintings splendid JI
please take notice.: ;L. y. OVE& 6 18M. 1-Bwlames :> orthwe from Cherry s'reet. Jaconet Edgings aad Inserting. door in Quincy Gadsden County,on the second Monday Gilt Frames size Sit feet,........ 100 f.Oftn :
"January,un. j English fc 1 Petition to Foreclose Mort:ag< Part of wharf lots number thirteen and fourteen I N Swiss" .* in March next the following land,4JI' so mud 100 Elegant Oil Pintiiigs,2XZ feet each 60 iff :
Itobert J. Small- TO Spring Term A. D. 1B55, ((13 nn.t\4.) being thirty.seven and a half((37)) feet,I a Infants1 Embroidered Dresses thereof, as will be sufficient to pay the State auc 500 Steel Plate Eorrannf*, bnlInUr ;
Provisions, lit. wood, J'et ouura. L GadtJeu Circuit Court MidJl northwest from a point seventy-five ((75)) feet northwest With a great variety of other goods under tin t County taxes thereon fur the years 1853 and 1854, colored in Oil, rich gilt frame,24x31

LANDING from Brigs Wscj.m Itf.min a d VL I Circuit of Fluci& from Cherry street head that we cannot enumerate in this limited memo. and thu expenses incident thereto to-wit: One hundred inches each.. ,.... 10 I.OA
and Elizabeth many good things, Samuel W.McEt- Also six and on.*quartcr ((64)) acres of land bchij; rauda. and nineteen acres of land, lying and being in the i 10,000 Elegant Steel Plate Engravings
among which are, vy-Defendant. one-eighth (n) of fitly and three hundred and sixty County ul Gadfidun number not known but known a:!, colored in Oil of the Washington Monument '

J'ilot Bread Sugars, Buckwheat Soda biscuit, On to the Court the a Jut; filed ii ei.lit ninety-five one"hundrcdths ((368 95.1 00)) feet 01; Cloaks, Talmas, Mantillas, Sbawls, Ac. the Harvey land purporting to belong to M. Harvey,. 20x25 eaclI.4 44,_ ,:
ions, Almonds, Apples Kite Cranberries Smoked IT appearing by rewikvt Ui Magnolia street and thirty-seven niiyty-oight (ofM! A .beautiful variety of Cloth Velvet and Sill JAMES SMITH, 237,000 Steel Plate Engraving, from
that the Defendant beyond Li
.r Herrings, Kite Mackerel Gofthen Butter together limiU of cause the State of Florida bundredtha (*1 S 8-1() feet deep, all situated ;in Ap. Cloaks, Mantillas and Talmas. Also a haudfiom Taz Ae wr <{, Collector for fadnden CoUnty. different plates now in possession ,

) with rVints, Oils, Varnishes, Soaps Candy, aud all It is ordered that the Defendant and all iu- alacbtcola; sW, tbree-oi bths ((1)) of an undivided in. assortment of Shawls, from 55 cents to $25. Quincy, December 9, 1854. tds 49 and OWSMM by tee Artists' Union, of -
orU Yankee persons tl'l PSt in the notes of Sullivan t liiver and Jaitie the market value of from M eeoU to !
terest & &
Notions.ALSO ted. and claiming by, through or under Uni. tak Johnson given in purchase of
10 bbls Men Poik cause notice for the the filing uf the of petition in the the above tAiL file..I and three (I, 2 aull :,) in block thirty-seven ((3'1.:) A treat variety of Ladies' Black awl White .crt\ virtue of the power vested in me by low ] 1 first class Dwelling in Thirty first ,.

b 2 eler" with said tUon purpose at Uw foreclosing mortgage, lou Worsted, Spun Silk French and Etiglwh Sinl1o''e. 'C expose ibr sale before the Court House duu r street. New York aty' ..._. il/MQ :
l pet next Term of Oad.de aforesaid.6AK'L ",
Spring stock of Mie and Children"AMOTtod B
20 LUs Canal Flcwr Circuit Court Middle Florid del W. SPENCER AIM a heavy iu Qiiiuey, Gadsden County on the second Monday it 12 buiLding lots m One HnaoVed and
C Whiskey, cnbed real jjroperty t., wit: "upon No.se following thousand Master in Chancery. Hosier}. Ladies' and MiS8elKid., Silk, Cast March next, the following I land, or so ninth therec I One hundresl and First Street. Hew f
ven six
2 caW tbirty-aeTen the 8. W. quarter of the N. E. quarter csctoo f Deeenibe:40IS'4. 52 1m mere aIId Lace Gloves, in great variety. as will be sufficient to pay the State and County tax- York city each 25x100 feet deep.

All which we offer for aale a little lower than late thirty one ; No.seven thousand and thirty eigb t -.---- aid Ho ek epiBg Goods &e., &c.6t es tberon for the years 1853 and l M.and theexpet_ ......1.00t j.r" j.

pr1cu'on usual term being UM .a E. quarter of the N. E. quarter; No. aei Rice Hay. IH, 12.4 Bleached Linen Sheeting. see incident thereto, to-wit: Foqr hundred and sigh, 100 VIlla Sites containing.aon KMXM !
McNAUGHTA ORMOND. en thousand lenD hundred and eighty nine being th,; TEIRCES prime Rice ; 64.8-4,104,1 Cotton ty acres of land lying and being in Gadadan County, square feet, wtb soborbael. t

NewportlaDuary 6, 1855. 1 E. half( the 8. W. quarter. and No. milt thousan::1 43 1 half teiroe do 3-4, 7.8. 44.l Shirting.B numbers not known but known as tbe Braden trac I York city and nommsnrls**, a nine hundred and fifty three being the N. E. quart r IU bales Hay; .4. fl-4 Blch'd Linen and Cotton Pillow Case Goods of land purporting to belong to the estate of Bradei I. view ef lbs Rnd.ns randIMilglst1l8oimdaL.,1 .-

:P1&ti. Tlowers. Evergreens, &c. of the S. E. quarter; No. nine thousand eizht buodre l Lauding from baqrue J. W. Dyer and for sale W 4.4 Superior Irish Linen JAMES JL SMITH. 1ot,0 > .

ROBERT dIVERS of Forest Nursery, ChatUlsM -j and thirty-five, being the K. half of the N.'W.quartci McNAUGHT ORMOND. 8.4, 9.4, 10 1. 11.4 Blcfc'd Damask Table Linens. Taz Collecetor e Auctturfur Gadndcu C unly. 20 perpetual low of easb. wkbent ifterevt :
', >B lftLVG0 inform the citizens o|* all include in section thirty-one, Tovnahin threiUiuiga ..: Dec. 23. 1 R6(_51 J lj 8-1, 9-4. 10. Brown 'a I.Crash. Quincy. December U, IgM lila 49 or secsuity, t350ea<*) 11.'t.
North and West alo No ten thouean Uuckahack TowrFnig.Sepfrior 60 perpetual keos of cash witboot is>> i
v..ueit" that ; and
he baa Uleji charge 0 one Itiuset; Brojrans. Birdeya
Go,.brow.i's Garden for the If .taLlitLiog Hud forty-Hevcn being the S E. qua.rtpruf S.E.quarteof English Crash f.r Tea Towels. Black Seed Oats, &c., per WM. K. Pettes, t.ete4or seewilgr, of $IOOecb_,,., .oo. 2

ia thie 1JIaee a .,Xurstry ur Y urlXJloC rt'1t aDd Oroameutal & Ibirl.wushiji three, Range,one, N.k W.' r CASES extra quality landing from Schr. HkZarct I I. -4 Snow Drop Damask Napkins and Doviles.TgMer BUSHELS Seed Oats, fi>r sale by 100 perpetual loan of eeab yiboot 9t ,
Trees. "v greM, Giapt Vines, IWl'bcmee. Straw. ALso Jhe B half of S. W. quarter ot section tweot;: ) and for sale by with a great variety of Fr t'b. Englis Ii OUU BERRY & ROWLES. terett or seenrity. of t.AQ..ooo I

tenea, Flowering ShnSi, Rare PIa&a, Fruita, 4te. i nine, and the West half of N. W. quarter of sec. thirt; McNAUGHT He baa just r- ed..1ot of Pits fn.rn Japan and two, all in Township three of Range JOe N. i W.cos I- Dec. S3, 165 1._51__ all wi'Rbs and qualities, Worsted Liney. Canton Flat te** V eeoftty.( mb v,* LOOQ I

eta.JI' Brig Rei gjoi aod pclI aoatber lot lainuig in .H four hundred and eighty acres more c1m Lands and Negroes for Sale.rpHE sell White sad Red Flannels real Gauze and Welt ; Fro. New Orleans.per Wa. R reU "L. t,0pp perpetqel Jo**of of a$>. vfta+
interest or a* l to e b. .... i00Refereaee
Manta }ruit. Moreen Dsma
FMrara a. im "all J 3ing iA the County of Oadadeo Mid CUkte; cPlon'da. Flaaitols Mode Scarlet and
; CASKS Bsttun Sides ie toibe'realeeteie
Arertl from ADd Subscriber offers for sale his plantation neiL Ir and ladi regard T.J.Vms .
j JapAD 0Liaa and!_ be and Spotted Flannels fur 10 I-
I'e1ied Domestic
y up. 5 Casks Shoulder, eher & C Eed estate broker I.w '
aad the St. Order
OroWs the Aueilla River on Aojrustic e Ladle .
CIU .a genuine. of
Mot to IUK -UI It i. further ordered thai the publication.f Uiis IK. MKks, with very )large assortment Men's I do Hams "
1 irein$ at.t.errtR .d ev.rytbjn ---care.I ...i.yt lice and order be made in aooie public newiuapc r road ; the tract contains about 1410 acres. Also ?6 Missrt"Boy and Child's Shoe, ota and Gaiter 5:, SO S BaxrelsMesa P k pod ppid) with apaey I. W. e4 Is

&# 'for trsa1xti0i8. JL' aJaO.- printed In Middle Florid once crery twi weeks fu t Negroes, mostly! young Negroes, 2-1. workers_ amen g all of which will be sold at such prices to cash Bu; Tierces Cured- Hams HO II
.rJ [ credit will be the Ni 8 Sugar Seeret vy,60S Broadway, N. T.EograTiugsja .
I' liberal given
Bara t CLattnbciocb it least four mooUis before tbe first day fir the nei.t them. A toen or punctual time dealers; as will induce them i a" Prime '
from tile North or Europe for Fq-Nt Toe,. Spring term of aaid Court A. DJ.l&Sfi. groes. I will also dIspose of the provisions, Mob: bay, eotwitlistaading the hardness of the times ai M; 1" SwokcdBeeL trTbe -- tbe'trl1f.v :?<-.'. .are e ,now'

Seeds, Shrubbery Ac, will meet with prompt atk".' J. AYLiB BA3CEB Judge.true and Plantation tools' if the purchaser should desii the great scarcity of money: Come and see. BERRY A ROWLtS. ready Noy.mLer delivery.11 1854. 45\ to
ROBERT CHIEVERS. A copy-Attest: R. C. Lurri, Clerk. thou ). THOS. H. CRICHLOW & BROTHERS.Dec. December 2, 153-1. 48 l SuLiueL .: -.*. -.
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m i October 11,1 54. 41 liacow 16,1851. SO ;
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NEW COTTON GIN. months ;
sfUr _
.HEittit RUST: ", LON.. great remedy for Rbeusa1Ism.'Oout, PaID in i [TRADE MARK: y. tot** ]. ..: .
Arf,) : ;. AT t.: ..''. '.\LL.\ .H'ttU:, I'LA. Side, Hip :flaek. Iimbsand. Joints; ra Jefferson Comity,as late Sheriff. .
< Jt at.'C'I..i .):.t b:t"nr. v4 1.IJ .: : NEW STEEL TOOTH OiL Mumcr.. Stifl'
,; I.t 1 T.. A. LONG d: J. B. G AL3RAI71I: !hvt' nUll I TIm PATEN King'. Enl, Whi'e' Svehlmge officio of the estate oJI.-praotbsni, .
!'fAI lt;" US4iC/ft'\ i.'" ,rrcurc 'no? T: I7fm.xi"f I\ '.;' H ciatf-1 th'II"thc! in the j''cticf flf LIW.11w..y'cill .- I )all of. (the; \ .se] fliure b been i i. still reportsthrough aliT< anti) all ued pans ,hauver. Where tbia 1 ;ou7r > .)said Connty, and ak: "to'is oTstbar "

uttt'n.ltht' Courts in the Mid.'l: Cncuit the Culo' Stt'I. bet Plaster applied Pain cannot exist admiD ItrII'ioms DAKlKL.LZz&4.IS .
York General Aisort- the has
f :. a Snprfme Court and th. DiirktCourts of the Unite. and able to rum, 11ft reason renders!t These Plasters possess the adf tntngea of being put; September lt4. $'1.' j* ", '
'I thnt state: of perfection which .f.
bntoght ts .ir.
their full
retain i
: mcrd.Ji.Goods, suitable toirrtntt SOUP in air tight boxes: Mote they
3taU at Tallahassee. up
certain. staple its Mitt tolttrs -
success ..r.Port great .upcriorty tues In all climate Sugar ai4GI
in Dtrlee opposite the Court Hon'! .
: consisting part over tho *w Gin apparent good Thin celebrated Pain Extractor has been so xte f7NORTH 'AMER1OAti'GUTTA \ 8 Mill
\ H.Sapr
Oct.'Nor :8-18M. 1y -a
cousiiis in its leaving the lint cleanertnort'ipin I FOUR .
_ t I" superiority and the in .
ariiMI people genen 14aodl t
ofjiKcffjftoicing Ti. cut, sively used by Physkians Ti ., .1
knOts and does not JO
. j .4 WM. ). TAT nndfrtf fif n and Europe that i it is almost nee r Wheel '
w).) LArrO'-LWAI''VaIOiIT. BVCOT both in this country / PERCHA1tott \ Segmenta.JL'.PCIQj
: c1es-'ir the ( ,
I I : ioa-joecrn, T. Pitt-w. IAWTOV,JR break or ia anyway injure that the soft fibre at sap less! to say any thing about it. Yet there may be son < Newport September J 18a4. fA
the lint and
) time imparting to in need of It. healing powers who hnYe ryet <
.GOODS'pies"Vfeorttn 0 who stand
; ) DRY .. which natural to the staple when picked by handmaking Mew Bank
tried it. For their sakes we will simply sU 7q ,
& CO ; .
r t' WM. }l. the lint from the same lot of seed '
i 1&3 Kit : .Yfl7 other' articles' ; 1
:iiumcrou mentioit. from i to } per will do for them when tried. OF WINN3BORO'
anJ Plan odors I
: Sra JslonlJ( Coltoa / on the saw gin. \NEw-YoRIQ
i 560 Nevro Blanket, ): It cleans the Sea Island Cotton }beautiful and \rilein pared to die.owit.BiU. of Sutksvtgt,

:aiprBed d< : FANCY G007)S.. No. 13, Southern Wharf, from 800 to 1000 pounds per day and so far all IF A VOICE FROM GEORGIA I Cheek itetc. oo. any of,the a.ii
Shut : of the U.9. Abo liberal
_ Bleacfc'd Bnnrn .r acl'8 Drcs Goo".' CHARLESTON S. C. Manufacturers have tested it, the lint is in a mucl Read the jollowin%ttftimony from a Physician.GE5TT.nrex : yg 5S% Towns
;" .".1 stlef\t. : the Mill than from othc; & WhilelO etore.'lUkJ IrK orders Ac.
better condition fur Your Hebrew has cured
si.: 34 SmCopartnership :- plaster me
ADJ.rl&il! August, 87
40;pieoes flail j:: 'onsittinjr in part ofLinseys !pL U. 1814. DAlf.LAnD
-- -- of pains of which I have suffered for twelve:years pall ATE1

: p FJaanetl*, of all .qualities IP1"-4I Watered and Ore' Notice. Gin.In North Carolina Me*vs Battle.t Son Edgccoml, During thin period I labored under an affliction of my 400 Boxes Msnfetire4c.iagileit. T'lft t" .

't Do R"ine Silk County and Dr. B. L hull. of Wayne County. an< loins anti side, and tried many remedies that own
and Amer have this entered into a cc my
; Frendb English T TIE undersized day several others hnvo tried the Gin on Short Cotton th<' but without Medal of World's Fair and Gold Med .
c :.Black do do do13owfl medical experience suggested obtainit HIGHEST
Calicoes. in theWHOLESALE
\'t loan partticrnhip !with the result- awarded for these
: Bleached and Col-jCrape: Poplins, paAt season :and are highly please relief. At length I used) yoor Plaster, and am now Institute subscriber baa 400 Boxes Virgfcia a.
\1; AND RETAIL clean.Capt atd THE
New Gin is bound to sweep WAREHOUSE OF CO, 102 BROADWAY
!J Printed Delaines, In Texns the by it* good effects entirely cnr ll I will recommend Tobacco, of assorted qualities pot
.&r 't..t'L:;. crod 4' Hose- half hose.'Plaid, Wool and Persiai, ; :Dxt.D.cUBXS John Duncan of Mat.a onb. who purchased bat th' the Jew Davtd or Hebrew Plaster to all who are suferine PINE STKEET, where may be fonnd more care than last Season's lot, and bstttr up

1i Furniture and'apron checks,;! Delaine, UNDER TilE NAME AND STYLE OF fir it two Gina foM in TexI'8. Ginned daclares his that whole if he 5 it from contraction the muscles. or p
:1 : :''!)lIn' 11/11,1' 1 nnd Colorei BARNARD & MAXWELL. received them in-time to have of from 2000 to crop 8CO( pains in the tide or back. Far superior to any other Water Proof Good in the chants and Tradeft ; also on time, to gnnmj '.

p-? .1 D1mt'ltlcplR.Iundtltrlf.e":1. :; Cassimerc. would have made a difference The people of Gcc'rKilhf'e but to become aeqnaii market, comprising many desirable articles for Export DAEI. L.U n.

.tl\i' 10) K;'. Jeansi.jCupe: : *, Collar.and( ITdkfs > will be pleaded to sec thnr friend dollars in hi* favor. 1500 pound tel with its virtues when they will resort to its ulle and Country Trade,consisting in part of Coats Cloaks: Newport, geptenuler 23. 1854. S8

..:, Black and F.n'y CUllmerp.' ]!Black and White Silk loei iiTIH'Y patrons the old fltan.tf FOoDuuarll, The 60 unchOinsarewnlrafltd'IltOplCk inch Gins willdofron Yours, truly M. W. WALKER. M. D. Pouch, Overalls, Leggtns Caps. Sonwesters, Camp Bank of -
.if \ The 48 Charleston.
Monroi 12 hours. .
of lint in
of the Mortar comer
Black.nnd colored worsted mid! Glovo*. Fomthe. Monroe County. Ga. Blankets, Horse Cover. Carriage Cloths Piano Cover
'' ".*."'ff.' Shawl ;:;Black White find Culorei c inton street, where they will keej 1000 to 1200 pounds, of lint in tile same Saw time Gin, with 8t..l To Messrs. Scovil fc Mead New Orleans, La. *. Fire Buckets Travelling B. g". Surgical Articles, A GENCYat New Port. Florida.
long as a ;
and to as
Plaid Hdkf of all prices; ,: Kid Gloves, :a full nnd general assortment of nrt tides nppt'rtainin; proper speed mad C Steam Packing and hundreds of other article McNAUGflTAORMOlTB
will be
.r": 1t.'' .;:' Pillow case and. LinenBlack; Silk Mitt nnd LaSheeting. to their line of buninoM. nnd solicit the patronage of ill erne of failure,with proper usage, they < JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN These good are free from unpleasant odor, verj Newport, January. 1854._t'

J: die I Buck. Glove, their friend aud the public. good.Price. NORTH CAROLINA. tenacious,pliable mind elasctie.not injured by fatty substance To THE PLANTERS OF
t.1 Plaid and Plain Muslin Edging* and lus&rtings, E. BARNARD, .Tn. of 4 8 inch Gm ?300. For CO inch $225. Tobe MESSRS. Soon A MFAD: I hare been trouble. and unlike: India Rubber WILL NOT DECOMPOSE FLOUDlT

..'!.I r.-Iit:., 1' all qualities, together with'Mantillas! c. Ac.Boots 0. TROUP MAXWELL. delivered at the nearest depot or landing to the< with the chronic rheumatism for tIe: IlIoOt twelve \'enrl' AND BECOME STICKY ; are CHEAP Cotton Seed-No' Hninb'.

';J'J":'( February 1.(4( ,) 1R54. 5 purrha-rr. and a Man furni-died to set the Gin running On the 1st ofJidy 1849! I wa BO bad that I 1IJc1! ER and different from any other Gutta Percha mad< TIE undersigned now in Ittasissippi b ej ioot It

..lt\"t.' and Shoes ------- TVnns Cash on ten davs' tiiul not turn myself bed. and the pain so seveic that 1 in this country or Europe,and borne, has made arrangeoMati vita
'. .{. fI', .t' A. PERRY AMAKER, There will he a (tiK-k (these Gins kept in Tallabassec ]- had not slept a wink for six clays. At thi* time mcttcnaing most careful Planters in the selection) utI UM
l it : n'p.llnJ Youth' RussettBropanKipandCidf -. ftt the BrK-k Store rwvntly rectipied bMessrs. >' the"Hebiew Plasterthe Warranted to Stand all Climates.CERTJIo'WATES of seed to him with .
MEN'S physieian prescribed tnent supply Cotton Swd'
'i.. '$.1 1 4 fiiTTSBSSir E. T. Taylor it Co. for the sale of their saM best remedy for all soil of pains n>w in use. from persons who bate teste* next crop. He baa taken great pains to Vs
: Calf Scw'd and P.-j'd Boots.Men's the be at the Store of the Cora pswsn *
.Gent seen
1 .:: ; FLA. P.in. O. W. M'MINN. good may pan j purest and best sorts, and will engage to farsisfcfes
"" Kip Pe-l'd! Boot*, tight and hcat't \',', 18it: 20 Idrcc ed to tIll at Tallaluusec ] TERMS LIBERAL.
.tt; May 21 t. All commun'catirnn a Agent PUnters of Florida with belter seeds tfcu hart.

.! I. Women's- Kip M Peg'd- Buskins.Bootees, -- DTPTHOATTORNEY LLA D, will meet with prompt} attention. Dealers are invited to examine these goods before before been brought to the State. He will delrfsr

.t. (.\:1\.1. E ..: Morocco and Calf Buskins and Bootee'*, AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, A. R CAIKJILL. Acccr. Stvare of (.'mttitrrfiiti and base Imitations! purchasing eLn'where. I the seed tQ the order of the Planter St. luke.
f( Y' Orders executed to any nmounton short notice.: Newport during I the next fall or winter,twd will pt*.
Lfuties Kid Ties, Buskins and Gniter Florida P. S. These Gins can: be seen in operation SlmrCutton : The genuine will in future have the sirtmatu i "
; Quincy CA UTIO .-Base imitations, made of Varnisbe .Ince certificate*,attested,as to the cbaraeter of tae vticlea -
$I''; With a good assortment of Mutes I anJ Childrcti'iShoes. nt the comtnenccmnet c f the tlf.\t Oint.inasoii -. of C. TATLOR the steel plate engraved abelon tltvp ]
in the Court of the Middle Cir [ India Rubber are already being offered in the rr.flrket furnished, and tbe standing of the Planters from
Plantation of Cut H. \Williams! Gen
ti-, ;: \\'TTIU r and Jackson and Franklin Counties.toler 1< at the of each box.Purchas'rt Therefore purchasers should bear in mind) that all genuine whom they are obtained. The kinds faroiebed ciH
.. %rm. Bniley (5ov. Join Branch und W. F. 1.10yll.f are ndvied that a mean counterfeit i of .
O- 23. 1852. 42 tf good are stamped with ihe trade mark of the be the Big White Mexican, the Viek the Pitt aa4
< Leon County : Col. B. F. Whitner of Galli'den: Co. ; this. article :"in existence.The .
.. WILLIAM RIDER. Little Brown. The Big White are u.
: Hats Taps. | Company. most
: m WILLIAM SCOTT VliomasM. \\ T. N. ,( J. D. Marriek and R.A, is cold only by n". and) by our I pntIPfMintecl the
) t.. genuine Aug. 5. 6-1. :SI; 6m. Prcs'L N. A. G. P. Co. 'ought after in Mississippi as most reliable stek,
\ Young, of Jack"on Co. :1. O. Anderson! and CaptDaniel : throughout the South-and nn pdi-r ;. but will either of the others if desired.

I.t't 1.i'-t t..*. GENTS and Dos Foeh'd Moleskin lint, ATTORNEY A rMONTICELLO L;; J1 Bird JcffcriJm County nnd J. C. McGcluoEeq. I'l/nicfd to bell if. Dealers and pii''chasers general! Florida Hotol, Planters supply wishing Seed can address bin at IbdiMa

S itfjt,: Drab Beaver 1 flst', FLA.Jiiy30.1863. and C.il. 15. lli>rri.>n. of M.idisxn Cn'ntv.Thelrttir are cautioned, ngaintt bin lug of any but our refill.aj r i MOXTICELLO, JEFFERSON COCNTV.t Court House Florida post-paid .

<:'''b.4r a Wide.a-Wake. Seal and rOW'A-.!ay SO: tljan ___ from the Mills Manufi.cturing C"mpa.iy. ent", otherwixc they will he impf.s upon with I JOSEPH L. DUTtON

;f: .\ .,: .4 Sporting Hat* of.ill qualities McivKii- : publii-ht-d bt-low gives sonv iJca of the value of rtklcsa article. SCOVIL A MEAD f3l rPHE undersigned gives notice, to the pub April 29. 1854. 17 tf

... '.:, 12 dot. Men's Black *nI 1 C .I'd Wool Hats, B'AICER &:; his; Gin for Long Staple Cotton. 113 Chartrea ft. New Orleans. '" -* lie that he has refitted the Hotel itfaVrAjjff _

*:Js : B)y's: Youth and lufnnts Sporting Hi.t, ATTORNEYS AT LAW S.le general n f'nt. for the States, to whom nil ortk Monticello, formerly kept by Capt. New Notice.

t :, }eti's Cloth Cnp* of all\ 'Ie... unl J pi ices. TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY FLORIDA. HOLYOKE, Ma'.a. .April, 1 85 LS. tind application (.r n t-ncirs mu>t be adilrvs1!"I. man. and will be prepared to receive visitors by 13tl months after date,I shall present final aeercat
-; Boy's. Youth'llmJ ImVjs, and SUd also 11.D.. II. A Barnard A )Mixwel November.. The house is now in thorough repair SIX
rc practice in the :Middle snd Westein Circuit It PA&KIIVKT, Esq. vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Jef&non
!I" 1 WILL \"a: 'h tt Co, Tttllahnwec. W. R-gt-n & Son. Clmtfihoofl.ee and will be so mnnnged as to promote the comfi:rt ojue
.. I Floiida and in the Counties of Decatur an!l Dror5/VWc have medthcfev ; County Florida. and make application for my dltiharge -
; Crockery Glass, and Stone Ware. and other Cotton, ; (!PO. F Ual'.zcll. Mariiinm ; Jordan it Ia-: !ts and boarders. Attached are good stnblewhere ?, a* Administratrix of George W.Staodlty
( Thomas, Ga.nOLLlXG hnlC'tI of sea Island long t-t.ijile .
attention is hors Tt'nns:1s
in this line.Saddlery. viiKon! Qiiiney A. Wilson! Ntwjiort SainuiPu'e every paid s.
TTlVERYrticls usually kept A. X. Jl'lVER which was ginned on your Sea Island CottoiG ; 1.1. : : uf Jt-rFerson C"u.Ly. deceased.!
.' you say ->ton. iIontice1o.Nov moderate B* at: any otlit'r Hotel in the country. A JANE STANDLEY AdmiDistrabix.Octolerl4. .

p.' ," Tallafiaare. Quiiity. It 1, If.a. 45 4ml'\\ share of custom i i3 respectfully! solicited.
of thii 1854. 6m 41
We regret in not 1m ing a larger supply
.. ;.'. .h January: 7. 1854. 1 __ C. BLESS.Monticello. _
:. .., If't '. ADDLHS. Bridles. Matjin-ales, Girths,. Cotton to pass through our works : a larger quantitj). John Burg-lorff. October 2R. 1854. ly 43 Tax Collector's Sale.
',' Collars llanifs. NEW YORK. would i'lmble! us judge more correctly ns to the relative ) AUnl'h m'nt. .Surn sworn I t tSalathiel to

H:.:: r.l.:_: Baj. Valise')Surcincles., BriJla! Bitts.Spurs StIrrup 11'011"lid, Carpet Leuth- BREWER &. CALDWELL, merits of your Cotton Gin over the common v.Crossman. }) ?47 Leon Circuit Court-InChancery. BY virtue of the power vested in me bylaw, I
t' '., P roller Gin. \ expose for sale before tbe Court House doorit
.p; also String Leather Calf Skins, ttc, j 'II, thc small lot of Cottor II E bffendant arid all others interested are hen Matiiw'n on tbe second Monday in April next tbe
:' bkb With our experiments on rI" JohuH.Gindrat and wife,
J # : SEVERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, that Cotton Gin by ni'tifeil of the commencement of thi* s\.it. ri<- Fallowing described land or so much thereof as *Q1
of the
.; we arc opinion your -.
ii. Bonnets. v }
bl ,b.:: 4v0. 20, OLD SLIP. iloes not injure the Staple of the Cotton, and thai tiirnnblo;! to a Jtj'tuVs Court to be held nt Tallaha: Samuel H. Duval. Administrator PRY the State and county tax due thereon for t year
of Bnnnets, Wreaths and in- the 13th of N.\enilx, A. D. 18il, and to 1S54. and the incident thereto to-wit TLeCoith i
;: -l 9J I AN Assoittneul May IS. H 85 1._19.yCCTrON here i3 improvement in the evenness and elean1i- af Joseph! W.Field tt al.IT expenses : ,
.,''i.1X flowers, ness
l .... ", [; PLATE rsIV' value of the article and reduce the cost of Manufac and s'ul. thi1 "rd day. of Novenihrr. A. D. 18 4.nOXALD W.being Field SarahV.appear. Powell. Eldon! Field. Thomai towrship one North Range seven East: purproUcj I Ito
CAMERON I. P. L.S. belong to John
-'.: ': .' a y 0 3BC C T3L: & O turingr. [ ] Field, and Han i i. Field,defendants in this cause, residr! Patterson.ROBERT
': Nov.. 1 85k 44 Sm McKINKY
0--- However the!e are questions which can be moratisfact' the limit of the State of Florida to-w it in ,
Java :
'.: r. nnd l.nguira1'.e( Old! Government beyond Tax Assessor and Collector for Madison
!iJ ::: RIO Brown and Crushed Sugar Imperial t nIl: THL.HI\SSEE% FLORIDt0 % rily! settled by expprimei.ts a large Leon County lion Works. the State of Mi;"i"sipi. it ordered that the said tie October 14. 1854. 8m Coootr 41 ,

:. Tea. Goshen Butter packed in salt.! f1l"Lle. and in order to nccomplis-h this, wohopejoi fen anls do appear and! answer otherwise the said _
.' rll'n and S\c: (. Old WinehesttiWhiskey To COTTOX PLAXTEHS a>>d others of MM mId the nd will be able t" furnish Ihrgtr s.ipjiliea c>f long staph complainants' bill shall be taken pro confrttn against Wakulla Iron Works
Cracker Pepper ,
{ ::-. j; > a 1*:6. Rose and Holland Gin 2oIa l'rn. P..n. joining Counties in FlvriJa and Georgia: Cotton ginned, by your Sea -land Cotton Gin. TII1R K-tabli.[hmcnt is now in full operation. All them and that this order be published once a week NEWPORT FLOBIDA. ,
.. i. Yours Truly, -rb will !h,! attended tu with promptness, anJ in iu the Middle Circuit ol ,
Onion Rice. Tubaretlnl Soap; the. undmicn l sub-cribcr, return to : some newspaper printed
Wine ,
\ \7F-
," : and Sherry youT r Establishment is in full All
DAVIS. .\ ill work d.! with atn and. now operation.
L. n dispatch.All
J. 'ne elol"
: bottles Signed' ) gent.IIatll.'y : Florida for the of fur mouths. THIS
.I Candles and Shot Snuff in ancbladders. T our mopt ernteful tlrinks for the nl'v liberal ( space
Starch: pandy, will be attended to with
; : IVtks ('i'. Mills. kind) of wrk, aizehina Steam Work. Mill Work] promptness tad
,. AT CHAMBERS Hit h. l 5t. j
whole tins Sept.
a Powder in half nnd Kee which 'rtn bt> towed : thrr1t11,
quarter patr..naKe uponvour dl work done with neatness and
:" I. Cider and White wine Vinegar, White, Rum. Peacl kiudnrv*, since we ha >.iw.n cnrnirej ;ill, |JKCotUm June 1ft. IRi._____.-2*. .t tf __ : Gin Gp'irr.g.; SunrIill.. Circular Saw Machinery J. WAYLES BAKER. Judge. kinds of work, such Steam dispatch.All Work Mill Work
,;4. .4 American Brandy, and Old Ncc Storage. \\Viching and, S. ilin-r .;.....3 in j tlli : Shafting, Pulh-y?, I!.Ir,1cri. Ploti h Catngf, Bra-1! A truo copy, Attest:Uruii AUCIUB. Ja, CI 1 k C as ,
and Apple Brandy, : JOHN P. DUVAL Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill Circular Saw 1
Dn. ,
I and a" nin offer our sen'if ee the en!umic i-.... I CutiuC".; aNo, Sugar Kettle, of 8nsizl', kermitautlv Sept 23. t 1):4. 4m SG MachiMy
tar Wbl 1.e-. city, 1 : woik done in such :hafting. l'uHe,., HuogtJ'tl. Plough Casting Bias.iIstings. .
old etaud, nn.l l Impe tint our duty in lbperformance 6n. ITASSEE FLORIDA.I '< n Land. All an estatiUhniout
: eon at our of busim"heretofore has VKMI.licjhnr OFFTCi.tl "''rr lIiUSF. : niil be Join'! by t u*. with a particular regar AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO ;.; AI80, Sugar Kettles, any flU, kept

Clothing. your nfiuiuci .J '', 10" t 4 the 'trl.t tl!> an.1 C'f the work. nmstaj.tly on hand. All work done in ouch an estabithment >
unl to drrability
of the above
coloied Cloth Frock nn.l Dreg:! .ed as to secure your jiaJnmnge ( anu:1J.- _: __ I THE undersigned Agent Company l will be done
black and by c*. with a particular regard
( Workmen in readiness to iniul1Inteagnint
; always put for and make
GENTS Repetf.iilr.llltOOMC 1 i.., jjpretfiit: Up applications
J Gentlemen's colored Tw e.l'rock, S:icl k in the future. Very Notice. ). to the strength and durability of the work.
: ',. Overuoats of all kinds, with an J 11I.S"ptmOr notice that Termwill I ho >iDr...,.-., .,. j loss by Fire. on Brick and :Frame Buildings Workmen
Coats ill take .1?
and half Frock Li ititerected 'a snni : -- -t r.otly fi r a1..aY"Dreaort.
.',. ...-. assortment of Vests, Pants, Shirts Drawers, Collar*. SO. 185-i..-. -- --'- -SO_ 1.\. .prrciTio rtha lifter the firtt j'uMnistion: .f this n.\vlr. i cash, or accepted orders on some .'meon u. Jn; thiplace. Furniture-j-,Merchandize.4'. *">. ,Ac.J B. C. LEWIS. lupine, &c.

,; 'L.-. ; '_: &.. &0. New Goods. ii
1 and Wiutc, .r Lon Coui.tv fr, a di-v barge from rm Rraca.AL NoticZI : or accepted orders on stm business firm ia this
Probates (
T HAVE jUft i rc ri\IIry FIl letters! must bead.lrcsscd l (post paid) to
:!' Hardware, .tcfj of tIe calaie of William. Brock month after dote the dace, Tallahassee or Qnicey.
tJL : .. Vcstinj; A.hiribtratorhi1)! ] nnder-ig ,, .
; imr
th"llDe. .< l1'Jt. J. M. SHINE & CO. Tallahassee, Fla. SIX t
; 'TIlISG usually kept IU of Bllplof- ttylc.1 and l quJity. wl.ich I 1m enbro'l h. deceased.KLLEN ). of the ttate ofThomns Mills.: (:tCC5lts.:.! Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass.
March 11 1854.
EVER 1 10
prepared t') make up in the nic-gtfje'hior.ahlet-t} lf, 01shoit A. BROCK BBcGGU. Adrn'x..1mm" -- Gadsdeti County, Florida,will present hi*final 1 t."ClIuntanl All letters must be addressed (post paid) a.

4 $t li, IS:I. 21-Cin vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate for: M. B. POI .1 CO.
? ir UN-2O Double Barrel: Gunn. varying Iron. notice and r rcnsdiiublo: temis P. B. BROKAW'S January 21. 1 6NewPort .
j. S. ( -A LSO- said County, and a.-k to be diwhnrgeil.G. -
f 20 '0 $50. ALSO a general assurtmeotBlacksmith (1 Cheap Goods.
B. MILLS. Administrator.: Notice.
; TVv.l.

;A1; !October 21, 185*._42_ READY-MADE. CLOTHING, t& TIlE a Subscribers new arrangement contemplae in their t TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. August 12. 1854. 32 6m ALL persons, creditors legatees entitled to iJi tri-
otherwise interested in the Estate of
d or
ConsistinR of rmetit suitable for winter weni. it .
makes to
business as necessary "4- Executor's Notice.
Hair Mattrasses. Elizabeth Miller late of Madison Florida deceased
County. -
such Cloaks Taluo, C<.ti. \Cti. Pantsc., ., tew of their stock of ((Good Thin Slocl rTh1F. Proprietor would inform
;, 4 dispose present months after the undersigned. Executor of thi are hereby notified to exhibit their claims and
received,oil consignment, a lot of fine, curie hich will bt disposed (If at )I",. pflCe.Alio Watches ol descrip I his friend and the SIX
consists of a good supply every Will and Testament of Archibald Buie. hat
JUST < demands within tie
: ; two from tbe date hereof to
niattracspn, double or single-very tbings fo r a large lot of PIal and Fancy ShirK Collar"Undtrsljirt Good", Gun Plated t c that he has rebuilt _ years
.. :I8.:.; .ini n. Jewelry, Fancy Cutlery. public of Gadsden County, deceased, will exhibit his accoun undersigned or the same will be barred and all
d hot weather, which we will sell low to close.LADD. *. Cravat?, Stock*, lit'f', lc" d/ Ware, and numerous other aitic-le, which, they pledge< his large Brick Stl U'S, at the old stand' and is n'w and vouchers before the Judge of Probate for saic indebted to the said deceased, are;requested persons to
p Those desiiinR a thorough oUtfit will consult thu themselves to sell to cash cusf>mer( at greatly re prepared to accommodate hi" frit'nlLnd customers County and apply for a final settlement' and discbargi make immediate payment to

New Port July. 15. 1854._28 own inteu-sts by giving me I cl ns all the ahoy duccd prices. TOWLK t MYERS. He alo has attached to 1m Stables, a good tflaclmith i from the administration of said Estate. JOHN L. MILLER. Administrator.

? CO. nrticealilve selected! \ih peat eare anti wit] J\prII15, 1851. J5 < Shop, where lIe will have done all kind <01 DANIEL BUlK Executor. Madison '
6t C. H.
MILES NASH their totlfi.inarktt ____._ Mad. Co, NOT. IS. 64. 8m 46
a il>ecal t adaptition Plantation work. Horse cbfeitig. and Cairinge worl. October 21, 1854. 6m 42

Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., JOHN PRATORIUS. Nails. in the very best manner and with pronij.tncbS aDd Notice.

4 e. t%. ; inform their friends and the public, tba October 21. 1854._42 1 00 KEGS on hand), and for sale low bvUEIll .patch. Bagging and Rope. month after date I shall present my final se-

WOULD on hand a good assortment of sue New GoodS! Sew Goods A RUST. November 5, 1S53. 44 and ROPE fnrnisbrd to regular cur SIX and vouchers to the Judge of Probate ef

articles arc generally kept in their hue of business, .. A 1I1 jn.t 19.. 1854. 33 -- --- -- BAGGING any quantity. D. LADD. Madison County as Adminiatratrix with tbe will annezed -
are rpcenin br. -" ---- ---- -
',!.4 4 and will be receiving regularly. lieth supplies. Thcir! BETTON WllTAK:1. assortment ot Uoud j It 4rma shall bu reasonable.Talkhassee j moith after date, the administration.
April 9th, 1853. 14 l'u1 and \Vi.iter styles, ,'iz: r PIIE Su>)!cribcr offt-rs fur sJc his Plantation lying of the estate of Thompson Ware, deccasei) DR. LEWIS, MARGARET DREW. Administratrix

Back French Doeskin) lush, Lins ii. _1 ten nnd] a half miles north(If Tallabi.jwr. There late JelTtTPiMi County, Florida,will present hi* firu! CENTIST October 14. 1854. 6m 41
in Chancery's Sale. French Caubimertfl, lU'cbdmid BI" Domestic1!!, are in the tract "even hundred iirr Master Fancy Tweeds Daumk Skirting, 111 can be found in the State-:Sl'O cleare l, and lhbalance of Probate for said County and ask to be di TALLAHASSEE, FLA.fAIS Middle Circuit ef}'loridLnn Cveioi Csurf.

: ; virtue of a decree in Chancery, rcndtivd on tin Kentucky Jeans, Aw-orted Flannels, in tvood. On the prtir.inos area good Dwel rlmrgiiL Judge WM. H. W AUF. Adm'r. now inserting Artificial Teeth on lbe George N.Heir it James S. Rust"J)
of November, A. D/1P54, in JeT( <-rjrCircuit Plaid; Carolina Stiipcs, Partners tiading. At, as Debt byAtUtbRost. -
day ,
.a.... Linceys lisi" house. Gin J..u.e and Srrcw. with negro cabins Novrmbcr 11, 1854. Cm 45 new and improved principle, with \
's' l J Court wheieio Asa May.admitiUtrotorof Rich! Printed Fllnnel. M.uincrs doOpfia LIII, all other out uinldiiig Tit a .tOtl l p'lrchnser.thifis --'--- -- -- - gums, from one side to thi rt I meaL

ard B. Cole deceased, and al'J, of tha ectate of Cnro Ci roliiia PIHi.Jt. a arc opportunity. T'rrnmIle CII*)'. Addresime Beeswax I Beeswax I I other. without seam or crack, leaving ix place for Ihi Joseph A.J. Roney. J J
lint Cole. dccensed and Margaret M. May hi* u ifo. Blue Denims, Canton Flannel, defendant and all other interested
the TallaLass Post
tai. through OiFce, IT see me "n lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly THE
and said May in risfht of hi* said wife and a< her uex ., Drills' B.M Blankets. lie( premises. J. ELIOT. ANTED in any quantity for cui-h r-r trade, bj life-like, and restoring the original contour of the face, take notice of the instituiioi, of the above

friend Complainants! vs. Alvin May Mid Caroline I.ii 'anevCnlioxs, Blue Itd& Gin Bh'uk'tiriglrsh June 10,1651 23 AOct. BERRY J. ROWLES so as to defy detection. He will attend to all call in entitled suit by attachment and they are hereby re-
heirs of Richnrd B. Cole and otlien 21. IS:.. 42 declaration filed
wife. and the infant Prin Nf DIkdl! ----- ---- -- -- Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Ful oiiired to appear and plead to the

>, Defendants. I will sell at public lintcry before UK Printed Ve1'ptl White G'C' Keiseys, LIVERY STABLE. Setts obtain all information lettei therein-dated 13th November. 1854.

IIJ Court House door in the Town of Monticcdo on Mou- AsAoited Honiory, Georgia Pluius 0-- To the Old Settlers of Florida. He will can warrant, in every necessary instance, satisfaction by am HUGH ARCHER,JaCUrk.November .

flay the 1st day January A. D. 1655 within legal Heavy Onaburg. itlrierc late of the General Lan: prices to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when called 18,1854. 3m 46
described land, situate, lying find .Shirts ,JuliuC.
: 'T f hour, the following Mviiuo Pension Office Washington I). C, wi for.

; ; t being in the County JcfTcrson to.wit: I Draws, inf'rm his ittend promptly to nil claims under Florida ArmcOccupation June 24, 18M. 25 New Fall and Winter Goods.
I The Southern part of the \Ve t Itf of the Northwcsl Napkin Towels, T friend*and the publio Act of 1842 and 1818. Persons wIlt

p i: uarterof section 11, To\'u hip 1, South <>f Range. Scotch Diaper.All that he lOa)' always! be found ,_____ were settlers under the said Act of 1842 awl bavin

E, eonainiog: 50 acres; also four nud a half vightlulyitt offered at the lowest prices for csit-h or approved at the STABLE opposite the .''r.i! reaclywllccomlDu- complied with the requirements thereof, have not re Notice.ALL DAVID c. WILSON

.:' i near the Augustine Re.a.l.1) bounded by land, credit at the Store one door north of MctMs. liodgkiBH late them with Carriages lUll Horse, reived the PATENTS for their lands can have them oltained persons indebted to the undersigned by I\o.

; of Wm. Gorman. Granthutffind: the e.tate of R .t Scott. C Horcps kept ut Livery on r
43 44 B. Cole; also one other tract or parcel of land lying Oct 7. 1851._40Coparnership :5JT Vacant L 't* aud Feed furGi hcd f r Dmven Abo claims prost-cuted for Pennon Bounty Land! ately atd settle either by cash or note ; as he has,oI and other vessels his usual supply of Fall aDd

on the Augustine Road containing f nr and a'hal with Hor'e and Mule! Sel ip, Back Pay, tto, te., on the most reasuuab! out and id anxious to clone his books as soon as pos Winter Goods-all of which were selected by himself

eighths, known is the Harvey land and alllO one atbe Notice. He will exert himself to give satisfaction to Ins patrons term. sible. JOSEPH WHITE. in New York,and purchased on the most favorable

i tract or parcel of land lying ) p. MOD ioellu of four eighth* T undersigned tlnrinJ able him to supply bis easterners and all who.msyfavour
of R. B. Cole to ,
the estate Tallahassee
White at CezltrevillQ'buds. August 26,1854. 31
.i ) ,
occupied ,
( merly Jo. Lewis CAS, U. S. Senate
: containing in all one thousand and forty acres more Plantation for Sale. him a call either for. cash or approved
under the
e' will continue the l'u&in(11 namiind I JAMES CwrEtt lisa
credit, at low if lower
prices certainly not njbouse
or ICM.Ttini. htjlc of Byrd & where they are now of JOHN Wn. Washington D. I(: valuable Plantation in Jefferson County, fa
Comb. oN'
JtlllC1C.One half in one year and the feting the ent Itok a reduced price. We *o. COFFIN & miNGLE, THAT the residence of the late Rev. Wesley AJ in this city. They in part consist of
other half in two from the date of the sale wittioterest pref Address Pad PaiJ, JULIUS E. MEIERE. the Fancy AstaplaDry Good'StatiocMry.
years tin patronage of the former customer and otlicrt. FAOTORS ama within one mile of Bayley's! Mill. lyii ? on ;
from kto at the rate of eight cent to be liit Washington U. C. Boots and Shoes and
.t' per A. R con, road from Monticello to Newport containing 400 acres,, Drug Perfumery.
:.,t. the CHARLESTON S. C. October 21, J851. 6in 42
cured by mortgage on premises. B. I' BYRD. with all the necessary improvements about 140 acre! Hardware. Saddlery

.f' JAMES TUCKER, Ccntrcville, October 20, 1854.: m. 43 &NY consignment of LONG And SHORT STA- of the same cleared with Corn Cane Potatoes, Hogs, Hollow Ware, (Groceries
t,# Special master in Chancery. }: CO 1'1 ON. and other l'ruceViII) meet Great Bargains at the New (Cash Store. Cattle, Mules and Farming Utensils, with a good Su Crockery and Glass Ware, lroo aDd Steel

r Ifcrembcr 26, 18:. Cw 47 Tar Tar with their best attention. Reference 'an'be had ol [One JJoor South of a. 't J. .1Ieginn' a.] Far Mill, well arranged, Ac., and sold for the purpose HaU and Caps Bogging and Rep.
JAMES N. Lirrtcoun, Madison County, or R. E. DUE.B, the Bonnets and A "
,: of Tar made the Paten, of making a Division among If'Kth.esSaJd Plan Trimmings.. (Paints Oils ,
T sale
OR any quantity Fin.September. II \. FRALEIGH takes pleasuiu to infon:
p Wines, Syrups, &c. JL free from Quincy MR I tatton is situated in one of the beat neighborhood foi Men and Boy's Clothing. j jttwi.
.. Power. This Tar being entirely any and that bis
of Tallahassee
a 80, 185-1. 39 4m citizens vicinity -
OLD Ot rd Brandy Worcestershire Sauc grit. du&t etc.is th. very beet in usa for vessels rig, now opening a large and well selected stock of Di; health mile Springfield and good I Society Church.in the County,and within one Circuit of Florida. In Leon C cW.t'ttt'
Fr Lobster
t Port {ing. [}ooda, and a large assortment of Embroideries an
For Sale. will call .
wishing to Mr.Washington
"5 Shad. Persona purchase on Joseph White, )
1. Madeira, New Port, Ocbr 28, 1 85 1. 43 Laces, Ladie's Dress Caps also latest styles of Hen
4 Patterson oo the place who will show then Attachment
V Debt
Clam, GUNNY BAGS suitable for vs. by
p .S Sherry 200 picking Cot- ilreue. Capes, Ac. &. Ready made Clothing of e', .
; London Porter, Hallibut, Carriages, Buggies, and Harness,I ton. UODGKISS t SCOTT. description, a No. I assortmentof Boots and Shoe. the same. Joseph A.J. Rooej. ) _
,I J, : 4 Scotch Ale Sardines For Sale by P. .H. Brokaw. August 19, 18S4. 33 Hate ery and Cap also a fine assortment of Jewelry another Terms easy.DARIUS Apply WILLIAMS to either of the subscribers) TBE tend&nt and all other p.u \ 11II b1at"
Peaches, Tomato Ketchup take notice above otitwtachment
Brandy fancy articles too numerous to mention my moa wFrHINGT0N.Executors.. of the and
.j Brandy Cherriea,' Walnut PHE Subscriber has just received! iJL N oUce.rrIIE being. "Large sales and small Profits." Rctuemtx ABNER i and they ar* hereby rsfloks*toted tots

Gura Jelly Bpieea, Tory,large supply ofCanae.DUl'gie. co-partnership of TUNNO, PINCKNEY A this stock is entirely new. September 9, 1854. 88 pleod to the declaration filed tfim* -----v W WI'.

:t 4 Currant do. Pickles, and larnel. wh ofen fo baring been dissolved the subscriber will continue October ', 18)4. 40 November 1854.November HUGH ABCHER Ja.

Prne"ed. Quiae.. Raspberry Syrup.. tale on the mOlt term. the WHITE & SLUSSER, t. 1864. "

ct .4- Omgtr Pearsj, Lemon Strawberry NOfmbr 18, 1851. 48 FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS New Books, &e. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Copper P 5oUce.sooi. .

8p klhig OUttn, Ginger Bounty Land Warrants, on his own acconat R. Q. PINCKNEY,Jr, receiving from New YorV a large and ear. Tin, Sheet Iron, Brittania 4 JapaMJ Ware, jc

i: FlaToring ExtncU Pine APlsS. at tho ; and 11A Office Noam COMMERCIAL WHARF.o NOW selected 1 stock of Books, embracing ever THE IUb'eribef aQUDtit1C1Qaei. '
kr nr
u BOUGHT M1Attlrtl. procur- _. and with the stock on ham hand Wb M barn repaired f
Spanish Olirt*. Salad Oil, able to nI ij -- department of Literature, Cooking Parlor and Wood 8&oyes. but who bav. not called and pld

4 Erigluh MoiUrJ Capers, H I tubh'sh their claims If any have received a 1 I] REFERENCES. ft I larger and more varied assortment than has ev
t" Claret.Sp&rklinr Cider let* amount than they were entitled to, let me know IKGRAUAU & WEBB Jons FaASca & Co., been offered to this commnuity. Blank Books of ever 5, order, of the latest improved patterns and foi ken by tbs flnt day of 7.brarybSt.bhifl

1 % Tobacco, O1J Port Juice, it naY fourteen years experience in the pro. Gouaorx MATTHIEJWIM A Co site, and Ruling Stationery of the best descriptioa- at reduced prices and will defy eemptUiioi oaoM away the same to be sold at pobUo ofltcry to the

ti Havana Sega". D. H. AMES. settling of Government claim, I understand Chariest,September 9. 1884. SS tt Bankers Cases, Port Folio Envelopes.Bu White cii2osmeIled for neatness durability vnd service.Home bHrbeat hldto .-

I >ember 11, 1654. 45 fully the 'ays and means of getting through tb< different sizes. Drawing and Tissue Pi Work pay -'J iN BURODOUTallahas. .
various Department at Washington. I have in roj,r BUSINESSAT I I I'rr, Cutlery, Lithographio Painting.&t.1 < ) 1m
.... No.4. 1864. -
: Wbltt Lead, &c os.easionre.ordevid.nceof236 Florida,87 AUbams, l'f E W po. T.' Gold Pens with or without cases. Maynsrd Noy. Roofing.Ornamental Heads for Gutters Guttering, -

'1 Glass, Oils, sizes! 120,Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee undersigned still carries on the above business, Harrison &BUckwood's Black and fad Ink. Also Tin conducting Pipes Sheet Zinc Sbeet Lead Leac Land for Sale.
tMorted bide
nfk'BOX 8VuKJow, G1M; 4 No.1, J Jft Muster Rolls engaged in the Florida WaiIf '! its branches. Buildings well calculated foi large rarietr Fancy. Artieliw. Pipe, Cistern Pumps Shop Work of every description T WILL Mil my plantation term that art..r'1
1UU WWe Lead portextra oCprl JOHN McDOUOALL. and despatch. .
JOOk [ yon hare Master, Pension or Bountj, despatching wagons. L, LADD. done with jeatnes L ooable and aeeommodaimg to,the f*?***?
4 b rrtU Luueaxi Oil, [ Claim, call in. No charge i obtain no monev Newport, September 2, 181S' 85 October U. lIU. tf 41 City and Country Merchant will find it to their ad. lit* in Jefferson Oonntr ekfctrallahtfleee lH 1Pn. Jut or

.6 Lard Oil, Ld 0. H. BLOOD. Taota f to give them a cal1,beCore purchasing else ] ,in th*'n4bhochoo7efiaebosM .Wa.ukas.b' n

10 QPaiot- with unsettled busines with himselor :r Hide. Wanted. For JI ale.FOUR wbe. h
N. B. Person land and in good wpsw.wUb-tw
SO DftcCce -> C Paint, (bbl.and i bbk,) Richardson to call without ) r Salt small Farms in WakuUa Connty. oontainfe ewN.. B. AU oar articles. mauufcotured fronthevery cleared lW W Me
1 CrrtUJn Vamub. A. are invite del, 5000- Dry or Rides also otter and Deem g material and warranted durb1ecother Md sixty aara _
t \ 1 bbl.Copal at my office (over Hen U Whitaktr'* .,; : Skins, for which th, highest market riot 80 acres each with good dwelling! .ndot It best isle. &bt yonns1s.MaySl$54.. : ASD' .
will for
retaiL .l
ud at <
UmJi be -
Une In
Tarp at this office. IIfl'
SpiiiU in Tallahassee, Fin.L will be paid by: D.c. WILSON. houses oo tbs same. Enquire ; .
D. H.
: ;. Novemberll,1854. 45 G Ocri4$54.1. 41 Oetob.r14lBL il Oetebtr :1.. _
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