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 13, 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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f' ----- : : REPORT discharge'the,duties of the Supreme.Court,. .because. it is':"Bald,,,the Th message ofthe Governor returning without approval a bill to J>, patfage,r dpoh"-whkn' j9t8 jMars. t

Legislature did once exercise this power, &c. Now this assumptionis be entitled An act for the relief'or purchasers of Swamp or Internal ..
Qf l&e Judiciary,Committee on the amendments recommended by theijorii3i equally a mistake of fact: The Legislature never fid: authorize, : Improvement Lands from the United. States, was taken 'np for ways.; --;;.Mr?..'Sneaker! 1: ',_ .. IBefcamj: .*eMd: "Thotfc&oV. ",. of .iit.
of scud Committee to the, Bill creating a Fifth JudicialCfe'V1t attempt to authorize the Circuit Court Judges to exercisethe powers consideration ; Santa Rosa-4. '. % >,. % ,. J I
in. this State.-Submitted to the House January 8, 1855. and discharge the duties of the Supreme Court., The Constitution Upon the question of the passage of said bill over the veto of the Yeas-7-Messrs.; 'Jbddo'c'k'Hiirrlir} ;; \' .oWmMf'f U-1 es"; 4 t.J
4 \ prescribed this duty of the first Circuit Judges, and limited the time Governor, the vote was : Dnrrimeft, GalbraHh-! ; # : j1 'lI ffrnrrJ'otu. '1 I
I during which they should so act, as fully appears from the 3d clause Yeas-None. ston, Jones of Nassau, Langford., Nee" !., .p'o, ;.Pr. ...s bf' ,. i "hn, ; 1
I ; Mews Galbraith and Parsons from the Judiciary Committee, of the 5th Article of the Constitution, hereinbefore quoted. The Legislature Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Carter, Christie, Dummett, Shfne and'Whitehurst-&.>. f ,)<0, !. 0\ r ,! "' ". '", .f. Li -t.

made the following! minority report: had nothing to do with the matter,under.the Constitution, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Hollaman, Johnston,'Jones of So theblIlw&sloSt.-' .

The undersigned, members of the Committee on the Judiciarj,to nor did it undertake in point of fact, to exercise any such.power in Nassau, Langford, Parsons, Penn, Pope, Riviere! Shine, Thompsonof Ordered that the,.aqi be certified to the Senate. ? : '' *
; whom was referred a bill to be entitled An Act to organize a fifth tie premises. Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and Whitehurst-21. The role being Wnrecl'the( JmHctajy'Coafe&fcto'rffado: .. dre ?? 19.11'. j 1 tt !

Judicial Circuit in this State," although we agree with the Commit The undersigned being limited in time, may not more .at length So the bill was lost. ing report: ", 2 cr.j
the policy and necessity of the original bill, do stren. enter into'the reasons which impel them to dissent; from the reportof Senate bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Doctor William The Judiei"rJ Committee (o whom was referred a bill to be enti. 1 j !
k, tH as to to and against. the amendments proposed by & the majority of the Committee. They believe the amendments S. Wilson, and,others : tied Ari" act to authorize Samuel D. Howse' of Marion: County, to ;
noufily object protest Was read the third time and its which the the of his own estate ask the
} of the Committee.The proposed to the bill to be unconstitutional, a gross usurpation of put upon passage, upon assume management leave to report i
majority involved in the amendments proposed to the bill, power, and therefore disorganizing and revolutionary in their har. vote was:' bill back to tile 11 cruse, recommend that it 'sal. 1 }

question the of the abolishment ot the present Supreme acter. The undersigned are fully persuaded that there is no more Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Carter, Chaires, Cormbs, B. C. POPE, h t
which 1 Is
question removal ofthe Judges of said Court, and the substitution authority or warrant in the Constitution for these proposed amendments Dummett, Galbraith, Harris, Haynes, Hollaman, Jones of Nassau, : Chairman* J L'

Court system,the of the Judges of the Circuit Couits, has beenalready for removing and appointing Supreme Judges by the Legislature Langford, Neel l, Parsons, Penn, Pope, Riviere, Shine', Thompson of Which was received i, and the accompanying bill read e'second: .j t

iti their place of by this House, the bill for'tb\t purpose than there is in the same instrument for the removal and appointment Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and WhiUhurst-21. and third times and put upon its passage, upon wbieb} the TOte was :

finally disposed By tho fortieth rue' when a of the Governor by the legislative department of the government Nays-None. Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy Drown, I.dJockH.m.i. 'r .

having been indefinitely indefinitely postponed., the same shall not be acted upon each department being distinct from, and independent of So the bill passed-title as stated. Haynes, Hollanian,.Johnston, Jones;of.Nassan; l Ncel, [Pnu, Pope t

question i is postponed and cannot;even ,if wo were Jn favor the other. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Pn scott, Riviere. Shine, llaompsob of,Levy4 Thompson,.otSa.4A fI
session we
again during the countenance anything designed Respectfully submitted, A&.il of the House being ordered the following! members were Rosa and Whitehurst-18. 4 '.*' '?. j *:.? : I. '

of the amendments proposed the, give rules our of this body. We believe that J. B. GALBRAITH, present, viz: Nays-Messrs. Carter, Chaires, Christie, iCoombi,. Dtllr- Dimtikes i

to evade and defeat disastrous in the extreme, and tend to JOHN PAItSO S. Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Carter, Chaires, Christie, Coombs, Galbraith, Langford and Parsons-9t. ': ,

such a precedent would be : This objeotion to the proposed amendments Dell Dismukes, Dummett, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, So the bill passed-title as ttated. "; : ,

confusion and disorganization. there others. Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Neel, Parsons, Ordered that the same be certified.to the Senate,1 ", .
sufficient no
. of the Committee,are is designed were to have two effects, both HOUSE. Penn, Pope, Riviere, Shine, Thompson oi Levy, Thompson of San. The rule being waived, the Judiciary Committed Made,"UM-foU.- ', .':;: .
Tho amendments proposed ta Rosa and Whitehnrst. lowing .
the Constitutional power of the General As. report s f : ,
of.which are beyond as merely a Legislative} body. The Sergeant-at-Arms was instructed to cause the appearance of The same Committee to whom was referred a bill to entitled ; -4+ <'

twnbly The first when acting is to remove the present Judges of the Supreme THURSDAY, January 11, 1855. the absent members. An act granting tbe.'right,of appeal from jadgmenta and orders "- 'f

Court whoso object terms of office have bat recently commenced. The Senate Resolution relative to copying the laws of the present session of the Board of County Commissioners to the Circuit CotfrV.iakr ; ;',: '

declare it as their solemn conviction from the express The House met pursuant to adjournmentThe came up on its third reading ai.d was indifinitely postponed.A leave to report the bill back to the House, and recommend its.p.s.sage. : t.
undersigned roll called the members answered to theirnamt'
being following bill to be entitled An amend the .
only be removed by act to an act to incorporate ; t:
of the Constitution, that Judges can
language the Constitution, or by viz: Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Company ; B. C. POPE, _r .''t',I
3 impeachment in the manner pointed out by Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Carter, Chaires, Coombs, Dell, Dis-
% Was read the second time. Caatrmatu \
two-thirds! of both
I branches the Governor of the of General, tb ._State Assembly.on the.As address the modes of proposed by these mukes, Haddock, Harris. Haynes, Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of On motion of Mr. Pope, said bill was amended by adding the following Which was received and the accompanying bill placed among the t\: I

,; these of the Constitution Nassau, Langford, Neel, Prescott and, Riviere-17. proviso at the end of the first section : Orders of the Day., .
amendments Is inconsistent with provisions 'r '
warrant for their introduction. Theyare I. A quorum not being present, the Sergeant at-Arms was sent after Prodded, The said extensions may be made if the said Companyshall A bill to be entitled An act to change the time of holding court ttt.

we can see no cause or which each member of this the absent members. purchase the said Road as contemplated by the act to providefor in the Southern Judicial Circuit Florida; .'
the Constitution 11
General directly Assembly) opposed hai to sworn to support The clause of the Comti.I I The roll being called, the following members answered to their I and encourage a liberal system of Internal Improvements in this Was read the second time, the rule waived, read a third- time by .: ii,! _

i names, yiz: State. its title, and its which the vote '
cf Judges, is as follows npon passage upon was : ; ,.
tutioa: which points out the manner removing Messrs. Bellamy, Brown, Carter, Chaires, Coombs, Dell, Dlsmukes The ,rule being waived, said bill was read a third time and put upon Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Brown Carter, Chaires :t

: the, Court, and Judges of the Circuit Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of its! passage, upon which the vote was : Christie, Coombs, Dell, Dismukes, Galbraith, Haddock Harris, :::1';I

"The shall Justices be elected of for Supreme a term of eight years, aud shall hold their :: Nassau, Langford, Pope, Prescott, Riviere, Shine, Thompson of Yeas-Mr. Speaker! (>ssrs. Brown, Chaires, Christie, Dell, Dis- Haynes, HolUman, Johnston Jones ,of Nassau, Langlord.J, Neel' 4 ;f1
Courts Santa Rosa20.A .
and of
thai term unless sooner removed under the provhionsmido : Levy Thompson makes, Dummett, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Hollaman, Johnston, Parsons, Penn, Pope Prescott,Riviere, Shine Thompson{ ;Levy, ;' ;d 1

ojtctt for constitution,for the remo/al of Judges by t address or impeachment quorum was not present. Jones of Nassau, Langford, Neel, Parsons, Penn, Pope, Prescott, Thompson of Santa Rosa and 'Vh.tehunt-27. 1 t;
this that
iu The Speaker announced a was present.
reasonable quorum Riviere, Shine, Thompson of Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and Nays-None. J "'
other cause, :
wilful of duty or i 1
and for neglect
; the Governor The Rev. Mr. ')dings officiated as Chaplain.On Wbitehurst-24. So the bill passed-title as stated. : t,;.1
which t.hall not be sufficient. ground for impeachment, motion! the reading of the Journal of yesterday: was dispensed of i
anof them on the address: of two-thiids of the General Nays-Mr. Coombs-1. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.. > !f.- .tir; i
hall remove the ball be with. On motion leave was granted to the absent members to record The following message from the Senate waa, read: :
- Provided, hmr I'lr, That cause or causes .Hi
Enrolled' Bills made the
Assembly : The on following report : .
Journa's ofWi their votes as they should come in. SCXATK: CHAXBKB, l' !
in such address, and entered on
stated at length The Cornnvttee on Enrolled Bills have eximined the followingbill
the causes shall .The following message from the Senate was read: January 11, 185i. S. t J1 '
, And ProiLdfurthr: That cause or .
House : and find it Enrolled
< : correctly : .
removed and he t.hall her I ) j Speaker of ill'- M
be notified to the Jude so intended to be entitled An the Florida and Macon
A bill! to be act incorporating .
January 11th, 1855. ) House of Representative j .. .
such '
... defence, before vote for tl
U..A hiftrini in hill own any. I'
r .A.I'LIIIIbw4 to A "? Railway Company. .TTnn.. Sneaker. of thf. SIR!._The Senate have appointed M_.... IInn1.... ..,, U.-. _.I .J !
r shall be taken by vM--- -W 1 I13 L1Wt Q m ;
the vote
, removal. hall and in such cases, I .Vi.Jj" VJ -I'r----- :
: pass; Respectfully submitted &nnte; ;
of each House House! of Rtpresentatives : Cone, a ofeonferenceto act 'with a similar, C/ontnittM: 4j I
Journals .,
and entered the lespeci.vcly. .
and on ,
yoas nays, Constitution. i \v. M. C. NEEL, SIR :-The Senate has concurred in House amendments to a bill appointed by the House Representatives in r&ationtothe, HoMa a
article Amen mtuts
2nd : to vote for the Chairman.Te to be entitled An act to create a fifth Judical Circuit amendment to a bill to be entitled Au act granting Land to the Pa-
The undersigned, wore they otherwise! prepared re-1 !: following Bills and Resolutions which had passed the House, latka and Micai Plank Road i
Very respectfully, o.}y Company.-
noval of the Judges, which they ate not by any !
pesent were tniu&mittcd to the Senate, viz :
Very Respeetftlly J f
constitution ,: '4
could' not do so by a mode so greatly I. \iolation' of the A h'll: toie entitled An act to change the times of holding the Secretary of tIlt Senate. D. G.LlVJNGSTONj., : '
the General Assembly 'j a
a. to amount to an attempted usurpation by \ Courts in the Eastern Circuit ot Florida
; bo entitled An act to the Tallahasseeand ,& the ,
it the constitution.' If th<:te; Senate bill to incorporate Secretary Senile. =
of, not granted to by
powers A bill to be entitled An act regulating the sale of State Lands,
Also the VSsAmCu.Lxau 1
amendments should by a. majority of two.thirds of both branch-: I Qnincy Plank Road Company; fallowing: : fftt
pass and for other purposes ; read the second time its title the rule waived,read a third 1
I, of the General Assembly, they Mould still not be constitutional, Was by : 1. 4
I\a bill be entitled An act to and establish the fees of
A to regulate
address Thbseunendmenth4o 1 time by its till* and pnt upon its pas.sacre.! upon WhiAh the vote was: Jawurv. 11.tl855..({
neither nor an impeachment
because they are an the Secretary of State; Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Cuaires, Christie, Coombs, 1IcSpeaker oftht r "' ..1' .; '! }
not specify any charts: against: the Judges The t:, nor anvndmeuts haewo A bill to be entitled An act regulating Quarantine for the Port of Dell, Dismukes, Dommett. Galbraith, Haddock, Harris Hollaman, House of Representative : 1!>.":. : ': .,II-4" j f'
gh'en .them an opportunity to defend St. Marks: ; Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Neel, Pope, Prescott, Riviere; SIB :-The Senate has passed the followiug Bills and Resolutions, ..
ore, on their face nothing mOl e than an ordinary act legislation 1 Ilti&olut asking Congress to establish certain Mail Routes in Shine, Thompson of Lovy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and White- viz: -tj'T':' 1 I ,.;i.f! I 4)t;
J directed to an object not warranted by the constitution. Alachna. County ; and hurst23.NaysNone.. A bill to be entitled An act to repeal An act entitled A* act fur ; .

The secOild: object} and effect of :the amendment"! ,js to appoint Resolution authoiizing: the Comptroller to audit certain Accounts the relief: of G. W. Philips, approved January, 1853;." jh

ul'ler' persons to the 5c of Judg; nf the Supreme Court. Now, therein{ named. On motion, leave was granted to absent members to record their A bill to be entitled ,An act relative to taking. Deposition under .4. ;E!

.. WI' bquirt, L.f what part O'l! :e ( 'flt3titUtiOfl tllis'power i .cuurl'rTl.d ORDERS OF THE DAY.A votes on said hill! Commission'I' j'," < f:11:: i

upon the 1.egil4ur.! r It is true tha this! power was origindllyve'- Senate bll: to be entitled An act to amend An act entitled An act A bill to be entitled An act to amend the Militia,.Lw..of> Itis .' i:'i
led the for five or until Il Ic Legislature should bill to bA entitled an act making appropriations for the! fiscal *. t
in LegiJature yeais to incorporate tho Jacksonville: and Alligator Plank Road Company State ; : f t 'm"' .!. I ::! h
Muerwise pfo\' Je. But the Legislature: in ICSH'd' otherwise year 1655: ; House bill to be entitled An. act regulating Quarantine rJ tho :- ; 1

pio\ido by the organization of a wjuiute Supreme( C. :!'rt, and I Was read the second time, r.nd the substitute recommended by I Was; read the second time, the rule waived, read the third time by Port of St Marks ; -api ;,r:.f/ 1"..,} #?!', --' ; i

"the limited number of five years ho.s expired. M reo\er, in lC53the : ,I the Finance Committee, was adopted.On its title and put its passage, upon which the vote was : House bill to be entitled An act,to'regulate UW.l fees. of.,Secretary l'j. !::

Constitution was so amended us to give the election of all the I .motion, the (louse resolved itself into a Committee of the Yeas-Mr.: Speaker upon Messrs.- Brown, Chaires, Christie" Dell, Dis ofState. fl" i .1. ', ,;,',' .....

Judges directly to the people, so thst now no proposition can be : Whole for the consideration (If f said bill Mr. Pope in the Chair. mukes, Dummett, Galhraith, Haddock, Harris, Hollaman, '''Johnston, House bill to be.entitled An act to amepd the.4th clause of& *3d. ...

more pnlpably a usurpation than f for: the Legitladiru to attempt to : After some time spent in consideration thereof, the Committeerose Jones of Nassau, Langford, Neel, Pope, Prescott, Ririere, Shine, chapter of the 4th division of the Laws, in relation to Crime and, ., :

appoint Judges either, of the Supreme or Circuit ( ourt. The clauses and by its Chairman; reported the bill back to the House with Thompson of Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and Wbitehnrst 22.Nays Misdemeanors, has been lost in the. Senate. ":'' I...

of the constitution relative to this point arc as follows: amendments. None. House bill to be entitled An act to amend An act entitled, An,'act

For the terra of five years from the election of the Judges of tho On motion, the report was received and the amendments concurred On motion- leave was granted to tho absent members to record to amend the Patrol Laws 'of this State i f r1.

Circuit Court, and thereafter, until the General Af ,finbly shall otheriwu I in.Mr.. r their votes on said bill. House bill"to bo entitled, An :act' "lo preveBt'persons encamping: M'o ,' I-;t {

\ provide, the powers, of the Supreme Court shall be vested in, Dell moved that the amendment adopted in the Committee of A bill to be entitled An act to incorporate the Florida and Macnn from leaving fire at their camps,with enblosMWi'anlendmQnUV, .. .. .::7! '

; Rud its duties performed. by the Judges of the several Circuit Courts the Whole allowing one day's compensation for each thirty miles Railway Company, was transmitted for approval to his Excellency House bill,to be entitled. An act to prevent: persona! from attempting 4

t Tkitlnn this State, and they, or, majority of them, shall hold such travel, be stricken out. the Governor. to entice or steal negroes, has been. i indefinitely! postponed the '!.'

I CBgioni of the Supreme Court, and at such times as may be directe'dIf Upon which motion, the yeas and nays were called for and were 0n motion, the House took a recess until 3 o'clock, P. M. Senate. ".

i lav.* Constitution, Article 3, clause as follows : K Resolution in relation to Mail Route from St Johns to Newnan. i m

f -41o article 2nd amendments, which has already been quoted. I Yeas Messrs. Carter, Chaire, Christie, Coombs, Dell, Dismukes, ville ; -:

.Also section 1, No. ,1, p. 29,. amendments adopted by the fifth : Dummctt, Galbraith, han Is and H nynes-l 0.NaysMr. 3: O'CLOCK, P. M. House resolution for the',relief. .of L. C. Deoiilly ; and ?

and sixth General Assemblies."Be ', 1, : Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Haddock, Hollaman, Johnston House resolution asking that. the:: New Orleans, .and,Key West .:" : :

it further enacted, That whenever the General Assembly Jones of Nassau, Langford, Neel, Parsons, Penn, Pope, Prescott The House resumed its session. A quorum' present ;iJ sir. j'nailsteaxners be required. : to touch at St. Andrew* 4.*,1)' .: !

foJl create a! separate Supreme Court, or Chancery Court undvrtbe Riviere, Shine, Thompson of Levy and Thompson oi Santa The. following bills and resolutions!, which had passed both Houses, YenRe'b. tf ll / : )

provisions of this Constitution' the Judges thereof shall: be elected Rosa-10. and! had been duly enrolled and signed, were transmitted to his Excellency .G.'tIVIGSTO&- \ 'J::
in the manner provided'in'the first section of this act and shall So the HODSO refused to strike out said amendment.Mr the Governor, viz : Serethigojf4ate. to .

hold their offices for the same term, and be subject to all the provision Carter moved that the amendment he amended so ns to take An act amendatory of An act to provide for the payment of Cor Ordered that the House bills which! had passed theSenatwithoutamendment .; :ll:

of said first section: Provided, however, That tho Judges o( effect at the beginning of the Eighth Session of tbe General! Assembly oner's Juries, approved January 24, 1851 ; be enrolled, and that the'Senate bills 'be' .placed .among : :

the Supreme Court shall be elected ''by general ticket ; and the ) ; An act provide for the payment of Physicians who are summoned the Orders of the Day. t.

Judge of the Chancery Court shall be elected! by general ticket or Which was not agreed to. to attend Coroner's Juries ; The House refused to concur in Senate amendments to the Bill ::.'

by districts.'as' the Legislature may direct" The bill was then referred to a Select Commiltep w consisting of ."n... act to r nPA1 ,.tn..- act entitled An act to change tho name of to be entitled An Act to prevent persons .encamping' from leaving ; .r. .
;i ;--i: of,(he.same act rf'fri-cd.lo above, provide that, oun Messrs. Pope, Jones of Nassan, Penn, Haynes and Prescott. Oliver Price to.WfVU.that of Oliver Delk, and for ether purposes- approved fire at their Camps ; T ...l

i the fig Monday in October and every six i year thereafter, there, A Con'naittee from the Senate requested the return to that body ofa January 8, 1853 ; ., Ordered that the same be: certified to the Senate. 'I

.); shall be elected by the qualified electors of each of respective" bill to be entitled an act to prevent persons encamping from leave An act to authorize AbsalomV.. Smith to establish a Ferry across The rule being waived Mr. Pope was permitted Introduce with. '3,

:1; Judicial! Circuit of this State; one Judge of the Circuit Court, &c.; ing fireat their camps. the Suwannee River ; out previous notice a bill to be entitled An act to amend .An act amendatory :j

Now it cannot faflto'oeeirto any mind as conclusive, that:even A Committee' was appointed, consisting of .Mo srL Shine, Lang. An act to legitimatize and change the names of certain persons of the several Acts now in force in this State in relationto E'

ifthe JUgnUUM.had pewcr. to Act in this matter, ,and might impute ford and Thompson of Levy, to return said bill,to the Senate. therein named ; tradiug with Negroes; J:

:: the elactkw! ,bj.|b ,Mople.of tie,Circuit Judges, a therefore: !,comj The rale being waived, the following report was received and An act to change the name of Charles Irvin Vincan, and for other Which was read the first time, and ordered to be...,read* second

.: >tl tUccp toftct-a; ,P9preme Judges ,without: consent ou their part, read :,. ; time'on to-morrow.; > .

Qtt thsireoingrotholn Uie.Constitution; expressly,renders ,Cir-., The Select Committee to'whom'was'' referred '" a bill to be entitled purposes Resolution relative to copying the Laws of the present session; Senate Resolution in relation to the introduction,of-bills; '

: :\t'3dgem.ucompetentto'aet aa'Supreme. Judges, for they have An: .'act for the relief of.J. P. K. Savage and Haley T. Blocker," An act relative to Depositions.taken under Commission; Was'read and laid on the table. .

ttktbeea eletedytenera1tkket, .. required 1 by' the Cnatituti, have considered the same, and beg leave to An act for the preservation of Bridges ; Senate bill to be entitled An act for tile benefit James Gough ; ,
1 From Ibis viw of the subject, the Hn
41gLJr1 bave 11.0 pc?!&,IDder! tIe C nstitutio to appoint Judges I REPCRT : 'and I indefinitely' postponed: .. < "

jf tb Uprr\?. !1 : Second! That th&Circut. Judges uc not el.IbIeth : Lueie Resolution, County to; Agents for'-selecting.Swamp Lands.Messrs. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. -- t" 1
1 tra oq theSepreme Bench, b cau&e hot! eitj d by gener. That they have prepared" a substitute for said bill, which tLey respectfully Bellamy pay, Carter and Haynes recorded their votes in favoroftbepaasaeorbiIlthbe A bill to be entitled an'act defining! the duties of Witnesses in the
the submit to the House. .
I al 1 tiktVsdbecau.i CdnstltutIoiforbldiinjt50: to hold : C. :; entitled An act to ame d Aftad to incorporate several Courts of tbis'St te., with the Senate amendmeuta thereto ; '
I two bJBe i'0f honor or profit this &*te.; By the express UnpuigeofAhe'Cpltitutipp B. POPE ,.
and Georgia HilmadConiany. Catheipjnorder.
*L y8.'qu9Uxi, tho ogicas of.Judges of tbe $u. 1.I'' J. B. GALBRAITH, the then Pensacola stood : I On Ju tonthe Roo concurred in said amendments.
The vote
prerai and Cifcp Ji Courts pro.made distinct and aaperale ofi\ces R. A..SHINE._ J Ordered that the' me be certified to the Senate.A .
f filled W diflerent pfoc ssesl"the; one by districts ,aDd pi other b;' The 'substitute 'recommended by. said Committee was;adopted in Yeas27.
'authorize Jame
.. : entitled act to F. inbr
bill to be an > Harley,a n
: ,
.I1t- < 1.
} said. bill read third "Nays-- .
enealc1t. lieu of tbe original bill and: was a tune. .nd,put, stated. and be contracted withI. : ": t
title'at to contract
"'The ....m.be pardoned for referring arguments which upon,its passage, "upon, which the vote was : So the bill passed, .
undersigned t time and it .
Ordered that the same be certified to'tbe Senate Was read the third put upon passage, upon wkieh 4h
&y ssure heard swde: in Mpport of the exercjs* of the power now iiqtoo. Xea3-MpsrLJ3rown, Dell, Dunamett, Galbraith, Haynes, Lang-; and Parsons recorded their votes ", '
ford, Parsons Penn Prescott Shine, Thompson of Levy and* 'Messrs. Bellamy,Carter, Haynes vote was J -1t '
jUJzaa been aasnmed that the Legislature created or Pope, ,
f of bill to be entitled An act to incorporatethe Yau-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Coombs. Dell Dismake,:
in favor of the a
Courtand Thompson of Santa Rou-I3.... .. : passage .,
the d ttceof.jbe Supreme upon this assumption\ au argument : :
Harris HoU.wua.JoIaiiitCMPan
Pink Road Company.- ; Galbraith, Haddo,' Haynea, .
: Carter Dismakes Haddock Harris
therefore! abolish i Niyi-Mesirs. Christie .
Abased ( LWialatQremay. 1a.tethe. Uollarnan Riviere; The:rote then stood : : 4, Penn, Pope, Pre oott, Shine,Thompson of.Santa ftostf!aid'Wl t*-
'*: whioh'thls Johnston, Joaes oLNusauand -0. ,
f kM of% 'tn !m *the'premiMC on argument '. .
..... tIIiI'lDlaet'for; it, U plain, from the faiigu* eM the '!1sof So. -, paad.; J" ,, ,: : ? ; ''Yea -27. .' hurst-18." Carier..Langt'rdadWi, -Vte'. ."", i

.r I the Dithau'cwi..that*.the judicial powerveejn On motionjbe. of said.bill,was amendedjy ,& thevwords': ,. NaysNone. NayMeMfJ. -
.. ". '", "aid for other purposes..;' So tbe bill passed-title as stated. So tho bill passed-title as stated. -
.cJt..Stua...t t' ) a S --. izut".the..2d C : 1.a1W1 I Ordered'that.the passage olsaid 1 bill i JI be.certified- to Uw'Semte Ordered that the same becertified to the Senate.. Ordered that the same be certified' to ho Senate.. "' 'u: .".''

? tClezpreu3y dee1 ielfthu ,' prtm '.Enrolled JB llI made'the Messrs. Bellamy; Carter, Combs, Haynes and Parsons recorded A'bitt to be entitled an aet to sr.ziaaaiouoprovi4eothses.tablishment : .
The ConMnittoe
I '.1-':.". D: #"1bat'Wd' on U foJlowing'Report: : .
h&1fPelitttadietIouiilj; ON., I;I .', fta.C.nunitLaeon. Enrolled'Bills, bata xamioexl the Allowing thf I r votes:in.favor of..the passage of a bill to be entitled: An aft to of two Seminaries of Itewwng. ,:apprred. Jaatavj34; ,,
Cotit2aU'i1y5. pG\\e, t iUue'.m its 4rinJUUetO f t t, mndani'quo ;' he Jacksonville and -Alligator Plank 1851. and for the purposes" J* +t.i '' 't '
.. bill. nd! find the correctly Enroled./ 7iA :amend An art incorporate
!rpuaud.fo4J;; rAer'resn diiI.apd.od.. : third tirne'and. : rts ieh.... '
: ; Road Wa*read the pit upon pi Iap,: .
... lll.lo be entitled An act for tbepreseryation of Bridges mlaDY. .
ciea1 "ri. .M !. ; ,
', .a.o tft-it a ueblril.uwrm.nd ,
.. .. > 1. ,V" 1" .,I:: f':1': 'tot :,,1
TheVote then stood: > vote was: I "
aDd otrol < 'fP. .'
t. -. ....' .'7"1 .'j'' "' I ai.a'7.1 : \ Yea -Mr.: "Speaker!, Metsrs. Brown, .c..ir\\C\ri.ti.. .bt.
U.Th3" .it,,. obvioui th.t. "IDJi.rtrbm 'the argoroente. bemLe; : ,}J.if C' D l i ''fj. None. > ''<> Diwwket,..GalbrrftiwHaddook: ,Hirns, HiytM< HilliH' '\,'John. '
for the Nays"':
The : fY.ilA"tMtI' to be entitled An act to provide re-establishment of "
/ CostFpuol:4kith.e Comt? .
Supreme tide stated. .i. : ton Parsons Pop*, Prescott and Thompson of aartrKsO ;la.
So the bill! as
l :JtIreulypokt4 out all 'itg j jurisdiction.; LotU appellate and ongi. the. Records of' 8t JLuHe County ; : "I >', dlridthatthian1 passed- eertified.to (he Senate.. ,Na *Meuri. DcHj Langfotd,JUnw. Sfcioa-WbiisWrst-5.So .
to selecting Swamp Lands.'RcVpeotfullvsnbmitted .
Resolution 1p1Agea's
.. Senate bill to be entitled! An act amendatory of lbes veral ,Acts lira bin'sedtitl. as stated. r ".
; !
tt.J..Jl ... )y'N' of argument, that tbe'Lcgida. I .If' & ,' .W' now ir&:force" in this7 State iiTrdation'to trading with Negroes; Ordered that the MM* be certified to't Senate" -<
; M C. NEEL '
J Of. PJKWttb) Cjrcai .rCourt Jn e* to fill the office. and j jf I' ()j,4l r pan".i ; Wa* rend'the 'first-time, the role!waived, read the second and., A bin to be entitled act to organua tlaeC.anty.fTaylor;

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_i- Was read and postponed ootil tile fourth-Monday in November: ORDERS OF .TUED&L;= _. -,: tsngford, ,Pano ..jP..'.Pj>pe, p,. : was again:divided between die Sent} pre fw4 thould. J.o. .. i''''' i

ext. .itt'?, -. .-Senate bill to be entitled. An act to aoVemHSe Militia:LixrroT'"' 'thI.1i cott Shine.,* TsyioV, ThthpL.yy' and* : Mind. &QFloridian; and in 1848-thetime. ipentofa Select Committee "to _',
.' A bill to be entitled an acVto'Trganize thCountjof,Haynes; sister .. '..'..''I, ;to'l' ,WWtehuat.-.21I.>. : 1" "" 4. specially referred to byDr.Joi..th.ioPorb.arance \ to the occasion ofikt .

Was read and postponed uutil the Tuesday. after the (fourth .)Ion. i;. Was read: the first, time', the nile",'waived/ ftIMftW' ie.mt".nd Nays. -H;. Harris- -U; t'.,. I, and medranreorj dwrepancf Wtwcerhi .-. ,
; hflI day in Novcmbernext. *i\\! third,times. .by.its t 'title, and put upontitspasisge,'?upon: w.hich: the ,V So thsbiUpsjaied-. th !.as_.ted.;: ,. ,. : *..course in 48 and now. /Tftac W] -r' ..L
__ A bill to .entitled An act to.authorize'the Trustees of.610 Inter vote*.w"'.: '_. ... ; ,*' *&> '?"" V -1::: '.. Ordered; .that the saaie'betertifted to the tells,a tale well calculated toeonfmseAem( si' toy refused to permit bid to irterfL. .,wi6 _

a Improvement Fund to surrenderee right, title and claim of the Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy, Carter, Chaires, Christie, Coombs, Deli Senate. her from Key West We quote from Uie dM bestowal of Whig! pap ta\'.1rW" _

State to certain lands :t. Dismokes: Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Hollaman, .Psrrons,. Penn',. On motion of Mr. Dell!, a committee was House Journals of that year: press;- or, when .!it.is. proposed.Jo -.;,; .,

I Will id the:tb rd time, and'put upon. its passage, upon which Pope, Prescott, Riviere, Shine, Taylor, ThoinpsonULevy and appointed consisting. of Me in. Dell, Shine Nov. 28, 1848.-"Mr. Long, (Whig mem- Democratic patronage.' ..i ;6o.:. .
tbe vote was: Whitehurst 20. and .wait the Senate and ask
Haynes! to upon
-I -:: ber from Jackson moved that the House after fte'tiaiuile: set ay ts
Yeas-Mr.* Speaker, M "rL Brown, Carter, Christie, Cpomhs, N.Js- fE'Blr8.Johnston, Jones of Nassau arid Langfordils.. ,* I 'the leturn of a biD to be'entitled An act to ,) p*,, ->fj.rv. ,

J Dell, Dismuket, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Hollaman, So ;the,bijl passed-title as stated. 'I .-.*. provide for the expenses .of Florida in the now go into the election of Printer; ,whereupon substitute appears wonderfully medb.-j: ,

Johnston,Jones of Nassau, Neel, Parsons,.Pope, Prescptt, Tbomp-:. .".si:X.rderaikthat) the same be certified to the Sen te. ..1 settlement of Boundary with the State of Mr.'Bl e*'r'bQm'off'ered the following asks "Wits nothisdatyas-mi'I ,

_ Bon of Santa Rosa and Whitehurst' -20. .Kraowing' message was received, from his Excellency tffrVs.Tbe Georgia. IOn ""' *. : > the 01 th,1..........k tMt .ftI- .d,
.. Moved committee .be appointed ?
_ Nsyfr-Mesers/I fonJ'and Riviere-,Z- Governor that a <'.
.. r + ,-.I ni motion, the House took a recess until '61' .- 1
whose it shall be to recekeproposaZi for ia-aoC----ooedl'! .
So the twO passed -:tide! >s .stated. EXECUTIVE: CHAXBEB; 1' 3 o'clock, p M. duty I .4'
1I Ordered that the:same Decertified. to the Senate. TALLAHASSEE- January 11, .1855. S the Public Printing{ ,necessary for this House, you can't "pofl the wv l" over the It iI

The Committee, on-Enrolled Bilk made the following Report: lion WILLIAM F. RUSSELL, and report as'early as practicable. eyes in,.that way. The people bar.....,..) .
1 The Committee'on Enrolled Billa haVe examined the. lollowing r1 Upon the adoption of which, the yeas to ,that
Speaker of the House of Representative' : lI an&-nuruaZ. follows gence enough perceive what 1l'I. ..'
I and called :
Bills and find the came correctly Enrolled : SIH :- I have approved({ and signed too following Acts and Resolution nays being were as others thought was none too
A Bill to be t"ntitled''D. Act to provide for the taking of the Cen. : ...... -- ""'-""'- -'""- .....,.... --- -- I "YrAS-Messrs. Baisden Baldwin, Black. mnchforaWoi*
L StateiA : burn, Bnmham, Coleman, Daniel, Divine, Ellis in '48, you only 1 think is"selaalysquae"nowsimybecausesDemoetisto*;, .
.: sue J 855 in.this An act to provide for the payment of Physicians who are sum TALLABASIIE: --
: Bill to be entitled An Act to amend An Act entitled An Act moned to attend Coroner's Juries ; Magbee, McCleOan, Prevatt Taylor. of receive .'
to grant pre-emption; rights to settlers State Land;), approved December An act to authorize Absalom W. Smith to establish Benton and Taylor of JefTerson-13\\.: it! .. It
: a Ferry a. ,
J' IS 1855.
.,i 31 1852. Juiiry 4 NAYS-Mr. Speaker, (B. A. Putnam,)
tho Suwannee River Doctor
cross The concludes his
A Bill to be entitled An Act to authorize. M. C. Neel ; Messrs.; Bannerman,Bryant, Fennell, Hinson, comraunicatiow,
to cstablish Resolution relative to copying the Laws of the session. .
present OONOElE: with this remark" I
a Fcrrv across the Chaltahoochee River. S. F. Jones, Knowles, Landrum, Langford, am assured that the
: :- -- Maxwell Mathers Moore Richards, printing could have been done
; W. M. C. NEEL- JAMES E. BROOME.The Long, for several
'*. IF' ALL TRUE LOVERS OF SWEET Richburg, Scott, Shine, Stephens, Summerlin, hundred dottart less [than the
Chairman. amount I
4 r following message from the Senate was read : ennda and paid to
i pleuut harmony, can have an Tanner Walker and Wilkinson 22 (all
1 On motion" the House adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock A. M. Floridian and I think'
: SENATE: CJIAMBKK ) .opportunity of 1 listening to the .Soi, pims V 0- Ths.) ,] under the circumstances

Is January 12, 1855. J t'ALlI'nI, at the City Hotel,in TaUalwlee,on Thund y So said substitute was lost, and the original it ought to have been done without
:: iP2i: FRIDAY, January 12, 1855. flat Speaker of the House of Representative : evening, January 18th. Tb'a Concert irill. eootiot of motion prevailed." reference to party favoritism Is not this
: SIB :-The Senate baa passed the following bill, viz:
: j :; The House met pursuant to adjournment.The secular and sacred music of the highest! order, composed
Rev. Mr. officiated A bill to'be entitled An Act for the relief of M. W. Smith. The House then proceeded to elect a Prin- decidedly especially when)we consider
Tydings as Chaplain. of tb moat beautiful uongs and trios -DOW extant
b4; A quorum being present, on motion, the reading of the Journal of Very Respectfully I. Bom of which trill be original No negro melodies ter, and the editor of the Sentinel (Mr. Cus- that gentleman's excessive repugnance *to

*t"r'fTi yesterday was dispensed with. D. G. LIVINGSTON, I to be tang. Kiniakn aDd their families admitted BY) was chosen. party !favoritism when there was sbdeoo)

The following bills. which had passed both Houses of the Genera Secretary of the Senate. free, by making themselves known at the door. The only remark we have to make on this Whig majority on joint ballot ,Long'

ife Assembly, a d. been duly enrolled and signed, wero transmitted The Ordered Committee that the-Enrolled bill be placed Bills among made the the Orders following of tho report Day i' Doors open at 6 o'clock, Concert to commence at 1. extract is-that when Whigs, such as Dr- Buncombe ..
f to his Excellency the (;overnor, viz: Tickets 50 cents to be found the Hotels and
at at tbe '
examined the JONES undertake But we are through with Dr.,Jomts ( the
have make or
The Committee on Enrolled Bills following : to political capitalout
be entitled for the of tho Census
l A bill to an act to provide tnking door. Children accompanied by their half '
1Vfi of 1855, in this State; .. bills, and find the same correctly Enrolled : .' price. parents of the action of the Democrats of the present, promising when we have" leisure to

frfi C-Li** A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to A bill to be entitled An act this to State amend An act entitled An act to, Miss PEELER, Ma. ROSSEAUand Po,. FOLSOM. present session in refusing to receive proposals enter into thorough history of party and Le-

.. X"S1!& :> grant prc. mpt.ion rights to settlers on..State Lands., approved December amend Resolution the Patrol.asking Laws that in the New; Orleans and Key West Mail! January 13, 1855. 2 ,they must not forget,that they themselvesset gialative action in reference thereto. The history

tv 31;?1852; to touch at St. Andrews the example when in 'will be found instructive as showing that
Steamer required ;
A bill to be entitled an act to authorize W. 31. C. Neel to establish .
? the Chattahoochee River. A bill to be entitled An act to regulate tho fees of the Secrotarjjof Adjournment of the legislature Again, the same Journals show that Dr. the contract system,whenever the Whigs have
a ferry across
: State ; After a session of six weeks, the General JONES l himself the violent of .been in has been invariably set aside
.$ f The Mils! which passed the House on yesterday were transmitted was among most power, ,
4 Resolution for the relief of L. C. Demilly; Assembly has agreed to adjourn to-day, to and'that but and in
. to the Senate. those at that session, who went for cuttingoff once, once only, ten years,
(:;? The following Message from the Senate was read: A bill to at be the entitled Bay and An Harbor act for of the Pensacola.regulation of the Pilots and meet again in November. The session will all others from the opportunity of biddingfor ,have they given a dollar of printingtoth*

SENATK: CHAMBER: ) Pilotage be memorable for the importance of its action
the He introduced resolution press.
submitted Printing.
V. Respectfully a
January 12, 1855. j jHon. \Y. M. C. NEEL ill originating a system of Internal Improvement I -..
conferring the Printing of ,the Laws on the
Speaker oflht Mall 1HI R """"atle_
Chairman.A by which the large land fund of the
House of Representatives : Editor of the Sentinel,which was voted down

'.: Sin: The Senate has ordered to be printed. 75 copies of the following bill to be entitled an act to authorize. C. Dennis to build a State is proposed to be subjected to a legitimate in spite of him, but which 'was afterwards offered We. find in the Jacksonville lWptJJl, ..

i44.4 bill, viz': Wharf the City of Key West ; puspose-that of the construction of another letter.from Tallahassee. '
another >
by member when Mr. eornjsp
Was read the third time and its which the Whig ,
't4; .1;: House,- bill to be entitled. an act? to organize the County of Liber. vote was : put upon_ _passage, upon ., rail-roads throughout the various sections. _BALDWIN____ __ _moved.______,JM_ _mihjititntp______ ___ flint__ tlio__ Hnv.ernorbe __.. :dent, dated 30th December in which ate*

...k.r1.: tv.., Very Respectfully, Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy, Chaires, Dismukes Haddock, Langford. Should this system result in securing the objects authorized to give the job out by plentiful sprinkling of mod on the senior editor '

D. G. LIVINGSTON, Neel Penn, Pope, Prescott, Riviere \\'bitehllrst-ll.. f designed, as its friends arc sanguine will contract to the lowest bidder." This pro of the Floridian, which is beneath notice?

Secretary of the Senate. Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Coombs! Dell, Galbraith, Harrijs,. be the case, the people of the State will have position was voted! down, and the work givento the writer proceeds to give birth to the following

Mr. Carter gave notice that he would,on to-morrow, ask leave to Haynes Hollaman, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Parsons, ShincTa'lor good reason to render the meet} of WELL the Sentinel malicious representations:

q :,: '*. introduce a bill to be entitled An act to provide for the permanent and Thompson of Levy-13. _* the members of the session. by an unscrupulous party '
of Government of the State and" for other .so the bill was lost. .-.JFz41 I location of the eat pur- Senate bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the Tallahasseeand The session in November is in obedienceto and SHINE, members of the present House, Printing on this press,)it is painful to observe

: : .' 1 poea..:\lr. Galbraith moved that the House reconsider the vote of yes Georgia Railroad Company ; lf ",E; a constitutional provision which requires voting dead against the contract system !- the looseness with which'drains upon, die
Senate bill to be entitled an act amendatory of an Was read the first time and ordered to bo read a second time on the census to be taken the present year, anda Treasury are made by the party in power
terday, rejecting to-morrow. We notice, by the way, that the Whig memo Refusing to abolish the Supreme Court 'and

;r tv net entitled an act amendatory with of the several acts now in force in Senate bill to he entitled an act to amend the general act for.t e new apportionment of representation to be ber from Madison, (Mr. LAXGFOBD,)as atonement the office of State Engineer,endeavors toprotcure !
i- this State in relation to trading negroes ;
: and Committee incorporation of Towns, Academies and Religious Societies! ap made. we suppose, for his contempt of the additional compensation to minor officeholders -'
Which motion prevailed, a was appointed, consisting -
proved January G, 1847 ; In parting from the members, one and all, contract when the had sixteen ,an increase salaries to the important
*< of Messrs. Pope, Galbraith and Harris to wait upon the Senate system whigs '
officers,and last,but not least,the actual !
Was read the second time.
said bill. we wish them a safe and happy return to their pay.
of ballot his
and ask return
"p ;: a majority on joint signalized peni. ment to a Public Printer of largely increased
.. A Committee from the Senate returned said bill to the House, and The concurred amendment in. recommended by the Committee on Corporations respective families and constituents. fence yesterday in the House, now that there sum of money rom'that'expended, in formefyears

: the bill was placed) offered among the the Orders of Resolution the Day. was Mr. Galbraith moved to amend tho bill by adding the following i, happens to be a democratic majority on joint are matters which it is to be hoped the
following :
Mr. Ijingford Savannah Journal & Courier. people will consider," &e.
Resolved iytie Senate and House of Representatives of the State Section : We are pleased to learn that R. B. HILTON ballot, by offering a resolution authorizingthe
of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Governor be SECTION 7. Be it further enacted, That any Lodge of Masonsor Governor to receive proposals for the Here is a string of statements remarkable

uthorized to receive proposals for the Printing of the Laws, Resolutions 1 Odd Fellows, or other similar Order or Society, which may com Esq., late tho able and popular Editorof Printing of the Laws, "and to have the same only for the utter disregard of all fanves
ply with the provisions of the General Law of this State for the in- the Savannah Georgian, has become sole
Zt-* Reports, &e., of the General Assembly, and the report of done on the most reasonable terms!" Compare which they display. The question of the
? the Supreme Court of this State, and to have the same done on tho 3orporation.of Religious or other Societies,may become incorporatedin Proprietor of the Journal ct$ Courier, and
Mr. L's. in 1848 183 of the; abolition of the Supreme Court k one which
the same manner as now provided for Religious Societies;, vote (page
!! : : most reasonable terms. commenced its re-publication on Monday last,
Which was agreed to. Journals of that with his resolution of cannot be disposed of without si c'ifrcfnl study
'tr. : Upon (question of the adoption of which, the vote was : : in Sa'ann3b.Vith Mr. H'!. admitted ability year,)
'-'. Yeas Mr. Speaker. Messrs. Christie. DismukcsHaddor.k.. Holla- The rule being waived, said bill was read a third time by its.title yesterday. Great'U,Humbuggery!,i of the Constitution. Since the date of thitf
:.:-- mall, Johnston, Jones ol ftaesau, Langfqrd, Shine, Taylor and and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was: -' and his unalterable devotion to Southern letter the has
correspondent's matter
P;. Whitehurst-11. Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Chaires, Christie, Coombs interests, the Courier must soon become Now let us look into the Senate Journals agaitf

-J 4. Nays-:-Messrs. Carter! Chaired, Coombs, Dell, Dummett, Gal. Dell, Dismukes, Galbraith, Haddock, Harris, Hollaman, Johnston, among the most popular and extensively circulated for the same year. We quote : been brought up and the bid puMd/and it if

; i.: braith, Harris, Haynes, Parsons, Pope, Prescott, Riviere and Thompson Langford, Neel, Parsons, Pope, Prescott, Riviere Shine,Taylor and papers in Savannah. For the sake of I Nov. 29, 1848.-"Mr. Avery moved that now before the Executive, who/ 'we have
of Ley *-13. Thompson of Levy, -21. heard, by the advice opponents and friend
} the Senate into the election of Printer
former relations and the esteem in which we now go a
'\b.l. So the resolution was, lost. NaysNone.So at a compensation to bo fixed on after. of the measure, will examine tie'qest&n ft:
the bill passed-title as stated. hold Mr. H. personally, as well as becnnse ofa
4V Mr. Carter introduced a resolution making appropriations for a c wards by the Senate, which motion prevailed. ring the recessy and submit! at the.ad/6tie4
ti. :; tomb in memory of the I Hon. W. P. Duval; Ordered that the same lx certified to the Senate. belief that subscribers will get the worth of Mr. Crawford nominated
Joseph Clisby. session either his approval Wlag '
rFi-; Was read the first time, the rule waived, read a second1 time, and Senate bill to be entitled Au act to prevent any, deduction on Cot.. their money, we cordially recommend the Mr. Ghent nominated S. S. Sibley. 6r a message *

referred to a select Committee consisting of !Messrs.\ Carter, Pope ton Bales ; Courier to the of the of Mr. Moseley nominated' Bartlett the reasons for his disapprovalThe
patronage people
Was read tile first time the rule waived read the second and third *
r'Tf.-: and Shine. The vote was as follows : question not one of economy alone, bat or

:, .: The following report was received: times by its title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was :' Florida. u For CUBBT-Mr. President, (E. D. Tracy Constitutional power, and m this aspect i ifi

The Committee of Conference 'to whom was referred the Senate Yeas-Messrs. Bel'amy' Christie, Dell, Galbraith, Haddock, From the prospectus sent us (which we ,) Messrs. Avery, Burrht, Crawford, Lori- baa been opposed and will be finally dBrposeof

amendments to House bill to be entitled An,act to pre.entthe abduction .Haynes, Johnston, Langford, Neel, Penn, Pope, Prescott, Riviere) will publish in our next,) we learn that tbe mer, Sanderson, D. J. Smith, Tv.'ced.a oL .

1i. and lcape.of slaves from this State, having conferred, ask Taylor, Thompson of Levy and Whitebnrst-16. ,. Daily is put at the low price of 95 per annum ,I White-10.
l Nays-Messrs. Coombs, Dismukes, Harris, Hollaman: Jones"of The next matter referred is the '
leave to, the Tri-wcekly at $3, and the Weeklyat For SIHLEY-Messrs.: Aldrich, Brown, to, office
REPORT: Nassau and Parona--6. ,; Ghent-3. of State Engineer. To' abolish i tti office

Tint they have agreed to retain all the Senate amendments and Ordered So the bill that passed the same title be as certified stated. to the Senate. '. S J. ":For' BAHTLETT-Messrs. Austin, Floyd, would be to expose the Treasury tb* risk

: jT" concur therein, except the second, and in lieu thereof, after the More. Forward, Moseley-4. of sacrifice/ the reason that in the? systeo
: Senate bill to be entitled An Once
act to incorporate a Bank in the CilV The Printing Qiestloi "
So Mr. declared elected"
word Governor** insert' with the advice and ... Clisby was duly '
.j44 by'and consent of of Tallahassee ;vWas i of improvements adopted at the'pnllellt setysion
the General Assembly." read the first and second times by its title, and postponed The appearance of a communication in the Now mart: 'This was in '48-die. very the services'of. such in officer irs.!'&-*

They also reco'mmend tbe adoption of the two additional sections. until the 4th Monday in November next. jA j last Sentinel, over the signature of Dr. S. F. time when Dr. JOXES." was s member from pensable. To make milieus of acres of State

All of which is respectfully MILTON submitted HAYNES, committee from the Senate asked the return to that body of a JOXE!*; the Whig member from Key West, an adjoining County ; when the Whig Lad lands the basis of an extensive' system of.

jill to be entitled Au act to prevent persons from attempting to en renders it proper that we should once again tax sixteen ballot and "he
Chairman Com. on part of House. majority on joint ; works, to be undertaken by Cosapsaies/ren"
E. HOPKINS, lice or steal slaves. the patience of our readers on the subject of remembers with pride'and pleasure that the ders imperativee the presenceuf a Slate
A committee was appointed consisting Messrs. Pope, Dismukes, ; ,
Chairman Com. on part of Senate.On and Hollaman to return said bill to the Senate. So, the Public Printing.The Whigs exercised their power with forbearanceand agent, and there can be no doubt of the fact

motion, aid report was concurred in. Senate bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Cherry, a.freewoman publication by Dr. JONES is somewhat moderation. They determined to be generous that in killing, the bill ,to dispense pith tbe
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. That
for its assertions. gentle.
of color; remarkable to fallen foe and they WEB -
The received a generous proper officer to whom. Rda agency legitimately
following report was : Was read the first time, the rule waived, read the second and third
'z1C The Joint Committee Conference- on House amendments to man: ,says: !I"Vh&t a beautiful attempt to humbugthe belonged, "the party in power"has
times by, its title, and put upon its passage, upon which the vote that he (the editor of thc"Poridian -
t1r Senate bill,to be entitled An granting certain lands to the Paint- was : It seems people I It is true, the Floridian executed most wisely consulted the best interests of the
ka and Micanopy Plank Road Company( have bad the came under ) claim the right, not only to charge fifty that session but
consideration and beg leave to Yeas-Messrs. Bellamy, Chaires, Dismukes, Galbraith, Hollnman) cents more per page for Printing, than the the Senate Printing for no people.
angford, Neel], Pope, Riviere, Shine, Taylor \\"hitehuBt-J2.. game work could and would have been done thanks to Dr. JOXKS or the sixteen Whig With respect to the endeavors to..prof-

g4; : ( REPORT: Nays-Messrs. Carter, Christie!! Coomba, Dell, Haddock, Harris, by another press, but ho oho claim !the right majority on joint ballot" for it. The editorof cure additional compensation to min ofiee-
That they have agreed to retain the Gth section, striking out all Haynes, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Parsons, Penn, Prescott. and of tho privilege of asking for a
to deprive MK the Sentinel unable to do the work of both "
jt'r after the word of heWers, it is enough to'say. that ear eierk in
Alligator. Thompson Le\'y-13. it is I"
iIt_ E. HOPKINS, So the bill was lost. ., committee to investigate why so .Tnnta------, -for:-- which._ _.-- he--- had been elected.. turned the Comptroller's; office,who Deceives the)niggard .
) tA" Chairman Senate Com. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. We sc:1rcely.kno\V which most to over the Senate'to Cot;: SULKY, and that was salary of 9500,.(not enougb to keep,

wI # M., HAYNES, Senate resolution in relation to the payment of the accounts of the Doctor's ingenuity or l his coolness. We : the way ,the Floridian ,happened to be em- soul and J body together,) medesUy asked fran
w? Chairman of House Corn. Henry J. Stewart and W. J. J. Duncan ; claim the right" to receive what.a commit. remark .
i We would by
way increase Ut denied and ibis
On motion, said report was concurred in. Was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading 'on tee, composed of two 'Democrats and one ployed. was sofitary
; I
ittfla Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. to-morrow. .: -to allow and what of showing the'practice of Whigs when inpower case ..conatituteethe'only minor M ofieeiokter
Wliig unanimously agreed ,
The Select Committee to whom was referred a bill to be entitled Senate bill to be entitled 'An act to remove the obstructions to .the that. they Iot only refused to receive that we are aware of in whose IwWf
An for the 'of the'State Govern. of tbe Suwannee River the House as unanimously affirmed should be the Floridian and "I.I]'* 4 '
act making appropriations expenses navigation ) proposals, but proscribed endeavors" haY8 heeD ,made; and as to the
: :- anent for the fiscal years 1855 and 1856, made the following report: Was read the third time, and put upon its passage, upon.which: paid;-tho other claim"-that i is, ",the rightto then ,voted to pay the Printer.'they'had elected "increase of salaries to .dieimportaaliofreers .
The Select Committee to who was referred a bill to be entitled An tho vote was:' 4 deprive him of the privilege of asking or a "
: act making appropriations for the expenses of the Stale Government 'Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Chaires, Christie, Dell,. committee"-we repudiate. The statement tiro dollars per page for the Journals of both ," for which'/the M party m, power* is

for the fiscal years,855_ and 1856, ask leave to report the bill back ismukes, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Hollaman, Jonel of Nassau, such claim is entirely gratu Houses! sought be held responsible, .itia'expoae ;

with accompanying amendments.. Langford,. Parsons, Pope, Prescott, Riviere and Thompson( ..Levy ; that.we prefer'. : The sum of :the whole matter is, that the to the cool,impodeoee.!of, tbe. aUmfl! ,

B.C.POPE, -17; i itous.The I whig majority of that ,year voted the contract to remark that a biD passed, r I".u..r.:ini-
tIk .. ,- HARLEY JONES, Nays-Messrs. Carter,Coomba, Galbraith,Johnston,Penn, Shtnet! 'member from Key West is equally un. humbugelected
perfect one ,
system a diierent d_ 4laiCossp
posing altogether >
D. C. PRESCOTT Taylor and Whitehurst. .
in of the'other statements in
7if MILTON HAYNES, So the bill passed, title as stated. fortunate some of their own stripe in both Houses,'and,voted troBer and Trtusarer from .ose [aifpertaining *11\:&.

t1A JAMES P. PENN. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. his communication. We quote: the i identical price per page now paid by the to their re eetne' II < lt

tE4 Which was received andthe amendments concurred in. Senate bill to be entitled An act amendatory of an net entitled aq From the first organb ti n. of our Printing State. House to a.Democrat-4nd'; did all tab was for the discharge 'of'Okc*'''t ;

Mr. Carter moved to amend the bill by inserting for contingent act amendatory of the several acts now in force in this State- in reation -,. .Government, up to the present time,the full ;that .there. s.uisiA
ha been with the knowledge was a ties thai
compensation wa
of the Supreme CourtS1$00'It to trading with negroes; t, of. the General Assembly *ofoayt | .
,. expenses Upon which the yeas and nays were called for, and were as follows Wasresdthetbirdtiinesndputuponitapiiisageuponwhiclztbavote divided between the pntu of'the toopafie' *. Printing Office in this city that had done and Treasurer, for instanee,, (asthe rsooiesS \1

: was*' *. I was a member'of the Legislature"'in' 48, was ready again to perform the work 'at.a Register Public .IdsuiI$1. YIN'.

Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, ,Carter, Chaires' Christie, Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Carter, Christie, Del], Oak? "w from an adjoining County,to.tbiar.wben, there ballot much smaller cost to the Statethan what they ago,) was to be... tla c .ic i ,.. '(

Coombs, Dell, Galbraiih, Harris, Haynes, Hollaman, Jonnslon ,.iraitb, Haddock, Harris, Haynes, Hollaman, Johnston, Jones' of was majority of iixtenWhigson and.j joint proposed to pay.the man,of-their own party! anddisliceer ot*,.. ..... ,

4.. Jones of Nassau. Langford, Parsons, Penn, Pope, Prescott Riviere, Nassau, Langford, Parsons, Penn,Pope, Prescott, Riviere.,Taylor, and J remember; with pride pleasure, in. 1846 thi'8 dkeni Journal did the miscellaneous cheek the Eegisssr. ....
and Whd.ehunt-21. that the Wqsezerciicd,AeirjpotDermthifortcarance ment, aa a upon
Shine ThxiipsonorLevy and.Whilehnrst-23. :Thompson.of Levy r .
: Nays, Taylor None., .<, Nays-None. and moderation. ,They determined Printing of .both iatthre increase. 'to theaponsibflties 'already. kes.,. .....-.t'iw', '. S

So the amendment was adopted. ..;. !. 2osbeW1pa.sedtit1euatated.: H I,t :to-be. genareia.to. a fallen fee, and they were eighths ofa cent;me hundred. rd .,and.the of the ''TrW- .T..r.- :-.J.I ;

The. roles beingjrajveAsaki bill was: reads. third tim .by its title,. I ,Ord*; d.that'the same be certified to the Senate. v8saje 'in iois; -11y voted the':Prihtinjf Wh ,dthIan9t' editor Journals 0 a4 <*..aWtr per page{.,anid twd,Dr. .justified.! by.providing';id :pn .1- -: 1''

mad put upon its passage, upon which this vote was: *'> V: biH ta.be: entitled An act., to authorize Samuel B."Theina,> ; :gDd ,toJSEH.CLIIY of:the Senate, tO to SAMCTIL% 8., Jonas been.a* anxious: b':48.as he.affects to at the expense pf ,,Ltd ,tIIIi! $N'I J
Yeu-lr. M.BeUamJCarter; ChaSres,' Coo Dba son to establish a Ferry across the South Fork of Black Creek 1 the'Printing .
Speaker, ', 0n
.i hM.bLPeCPIe'Im0flSJ: "_ W i *
'tt the bill.
*" SIBLE', the Dm craIo ed1ta r. be 1 riow td we: to bigly .
order. .
Hollaman of
DisinsJws Galbraith Haddock/'J Jones Nu1 ,Came in v .
n. ; up .t'
sau, & Psrseos, Penn. Pope' Prescott, Rim, Shine, Tay.. Mr.. Prescott offered substitute (for.aak) bill to be entitled.Anrsct; Itisevdmtu'te. : }***" in the case waa not, ,.." ...-., ni.1W,....b.d looked. 'bythe: f'* .... '' ")In'' u.. ...:

:. : to,authorize-Samuel B. Thompson.establish! a_Toll Bridge, Fer, will show that the Do tot. memory in reference not the con*f wy- j T _* '_?*-I- WoaId .. .. doiabde... 'apjkI. ''''''' ..Wi' tI i

I JTiii Mss.! !* .fill.Hirrii. ; Tnhntt 'f-j-wnltrhwif 1 ,"'< tyecs. the South Prong of Black. Creek '.* .to .this entire '.bjecti&.byno mannerof baN. agiia perfbrnied,the-work"... t'iie'Ume! ...tn th.1.I: .. i i7"r" -' '
'' '.*. fl .' Which adopted.. I ;;'ij
DJ'UiD liill iinsed. S was means to be trusted.in rates 1' --S ran izi ,. jfftt
.On motion, the tile' of said WU,"was amidded.bjatrking..out The bill waftAheo read a third time_and put upon" its passage,.nppn: ;. '. I. We.aie'aorry:iDr. Jorts I is not here, forwe in ," for whkk they w-1'
'" 1845 the .was given to the power -
: whl hth.OtaWas Printing
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and 1856. : .5 ; that we have placed him in ... :1\ii.....Jd'.l.j"W:
Ordered that the: .passiige pf said bill be certified to ihs Svoale/ .., 'YeaMrrSpe ker,-Messrs. Car4w, Christie,Coombs, Dismukes .rrtttand. :: to ..t1irJ'L.l-: l"l&t6,. itw5.ALLWn are Were! he
Sdi feiU'wastraumiittodtothc, twuate.. .. < i,I U H raitii,,Haddock. ; Haynes, Hollaman; Johnston,.Jonw of Nassau, .' to/tfe Southern Journal-- in rather an ,awkward prefteament. cOIDes out (-_ .. .fIl1 IIIIIITW OJ
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Jyvrbere" they,stood at-the them with a' plentiful pplj. of the one kj Jt/o1. ..:Ir" ,' -.m: .n&:_-" =the r "greater part undersigned gives: notice to bu eatoaer tfjt and '.. -. r" Vt..Q.rkIk .\ 1.

t t cthe. session.;jrr-anrj jet eBt1 thing needfot1!: to.quiet-tb: ..importunities of --port. wiU" t Ii.i.S.h."". YI' .. '6... For OIibOard THE- pubtw. that S. bM enId oat Ni Bwt a.dSboe : .t'. 1I
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.i ent ieLy deter. .his their e3AUO'RY& IIT toJ nImz.
IWpsJbtpY'and ffierebjr oviTipcaccrbfimpd li&7arr' .
& : : forward wtd settle *s anon as poaaibI; .aM those tle4 .11 w tha tiisepsse&by

1* i iGdia\ort .JxaHBi ea i .? leeks to aaweli'oar comfort: -. .Newport January ath'IMS.Administrator4. 1 Newport- .!Jsnoary' : "Hj JltJtAUOBT.".'. S OJU40lfD 1 :. I*fing'denandt against Km an reqnMfc .to prftrat r inw'u.*Mfict a..len4 ill:.... ... Ji.Vseki
oD"dtat:" i S S their acconuta ro.-meDt. JOHN 1 RCR aU-thems.idsMaI ....IMaM... .'
I c&Ie .J'. te1ftiinhior Tberefore : Notice .-' n: ., zs.Z "Q.'C' January 1866. 1-Iw ..yaMDtjt.' tf e ,s 1 '
er"I bJva! !.I-:I .__1 ..1 :_ot _Be it;'resolvedly? tte'Compositorrenfeyed .'fHE..i--.a bavinf' aKM M .AdPGiaara. SACKS <**" and fine Key West Salt; ,5_ 5 5. ; S .. ...t:I. a.. .'ill,. ..41a'& .h" 1.De .
.150' '
on the asUte, James RPoiodext lie* Boot and Shoe 81ON .21l844 II't ; .. ..f1.I'
the trn! .! .;,:'It' F1JoOMniour leo noksUMrpoolSalt : .' -. "
: the .
iJpon: M .' >, deesMed, gives notise to iUiadebtea to tbf e* T. aadaleby ; .5 .- -.. s-- -; I' .__- '.4 B,

'1 Of a peer with'*& .redden diaregard. ofJ :sincere 'tbaiidtfare" : due i V and *ar f.|Mni r >I"j tete cUie Io'a make mMttlMcaUto idMnedM mrmaik W.pesfltbt'itbfn;'afd to all barter ted ': J .. McNAUGHT A ORMOND.: TIm. I-...tab. '1_.pt.Jo ia'inl.nia1111 Lercfi: :,i .: ..\ ... :6 ;; .l :

.. It.f1ctlPd tendered'to CoL TJ! G.LTt4 GsTo1fSe; _prescribed by kw or this notice will be plead -"bee.1. 1. .4 1 '. S 11. S ,. the pUiqp..sPy.that'Iney,have Sought out A 'i ilt. ".

S .. elr' '..,104.hbe ryoflhs&nateaudUuox A: Co : II'i Li bar of. tbuir. recovery. .. .. .. ,.,"' : ;, ill Chancery his Boot and Shoe Store and are ready to' make up .l'kt '. .. Lwt.t... fII,.": '
the best kiadf Work ia .their lias.. ,All wh wish lub .. Vhi )
em HUDSON Ad-mr. .1. deeeisdit
Anderson M. Harris
: v-
f' : ,TroJtea in the
p Printer.VI; a largely aedimofInty Clerk of the.'OrRe "f r'eir :Jannaryi3i855. ..2.. 8t_ "" ,) QreoH-t Judicial any work done win,,io well to calL They warrant I be.bgr D4t4 .tt ..tI d.i T1 r.i&Wat1N ..rsi ""fJ

from that expended In.former yean f nnern1ttlnflignce: in fuiiuihing' Charles t M.JrIlriL0adedM' f Florida their work to b* Bade,as.-well sseaa-Wdoae _,. =. v >*to*Skitfefti |oMootfeH : .. '
County. where else. They bare on..hand the beet (iad of 1DY..acent *. .4fc _. _t ..
For New Y rk. virtoe of a decretal order rendered io said : .
8flBttioa it totally without shadow with the daily inuteiOtbe two Houses of .' BY ease French
Cad a :: will Calf-skin and English-.Sole Leather.aDd.eOs* hetndi ocfall.WjrtiiL&o 1b. S .i !
j PacketBri E. REMINGTON, Saw- oftdSJrupahbo" ( to the ,
J fcrtkaod A author of it was either igno.Ojy -- the Legislature at' the earliest oiaib1e mo. JIiIE THE win lave despatch for the above port. highest bidden fbteash atChttabooebe Gad w their work as cheap as possible for cash. I I.seqesrnsi tQ.-lilt be.jI *idphwb. ,.. n
of '...& P. RUPP. is touT utboin*d Ulast** MmSe ". ,-- -
t { ,' uth had.keen paid Gin former ment; and that we earnestly hope we may in .1'r freight apply to McNAUGHT.- 4 ORMOND.5 Comity following,on described tile fourth property Monday, TB:January.A1.tb4t 1866 right tbe January g, 1868.S 1 tf I I. If.'JAMES ....1 E3t&.. j

A eJIlW or bo'ingthe troth he has wilfully future have the'good fortune to secure the services January Ctb 1868. _* title and Interest of Charles M.Harris in and to the \ Master in Chancery'a S 8al& Deo.1C, 1854. .; ; j ,' 'at.44if., : : .. I

!w _it for political effect He can take of Clerks who will .prove themselves as 0,181..1, &c. property the at .Chattabooehee Hotel \fafl.known House as.Store the Mtnatd Siables including ;' BY virtu aDeera* Chanceryrendered on.. athIsa eAD" .40 S ),

bkjefer .horn of the dilemma he chooses. well qualified for their positions as they have from Brigs Wacissa Remington and Wharves Out Ddfn.tenements and improvements in .'day.ef January,A.D.186 in a came : l
.Coort,, wherein .Nicholas N. .
the S and Elizabeth many guud things of every description,}belonriof or appertaiDOje to said S
eomper1l&tion.paid to of the Branch is' "and William "
111 done.Be among which are property, together*hh all the-Hooaebold and Kitchen complainant German and : TUST,.., Yeda. i" .

i aodlor.the Journals is precisely the same it further rctalrfd, That a copy of the Pilot Bread Sugars Buckwheat Soda Biscuit Onions furniture, Hacks, Horse*.'Harness B gjnes and sale Elizabeth,before Germany the Courtbouse.doo are defendants. I will -vxpoM for : CJ|stnetof. a eTh "E' ..
Almonds Apples Kits Cranberries Smoked Cane.beloogiot to said Hotel also;sevendGows and the City of TaUrsbsesee kinds; Trunks o/ ,
that allowed in 48, 50 and 52, as this foregoing preamble and resolution be transmitted ,on Monday, the 6tb day of.Febrtjary.oext, p
II Herrings Kits Mackerel Goshen Butter. together Caltoi and the entire stock of Dry Qooda,Groseries. : : dL.

Dribbler.might have learned, had he been as to each of the above named gentlemen, with Paints Oils Varnishes, Soaps Candy, .and all Crockery, Hardware, to,now in we-s ;Chattabooebce. the Lewis.following Terms negro essh.dares, to-wit H. :ARCHER Tonv Danfd J. MIl Buhsram'1| to.T' .1

\ nxioui that the M people should'consider"the and that the Floridian & Journal be" requested sorts of Yankee Notions.ALSO .. SAMUEL & LOVE... Msteniacbacery., and JJoioK$kios, Ba&Io Robe.*, a'fcwi .
.5 S tSpecial Master b Chancery. It j the.eWbilrsIcftlrL5. .. ."- ;
; matter understandingly as ho appears to to publish the same. 10 bbl Mess Pork, Deeeiober SO, 1854. 62 January ft, 1865. 1-6w S A1pfth.! aba.. Jar_ '.thi.tlaien i..

be to mislead them. In each instance, too, it Which were unanimously adopted.On 20 2 bbls Nclesr Canal'"Floor, S Hardware.S k DryGo4sB admit.December',. .1864.: 4 t. n..Sm uLt. .. I

has been Whigt.who have recommended and S motion, the meeting then adjourned.D. S 6 Whiskey SS AFRESH supply of Coopew, Carpenters aiid Omaba.p. ,Sbirtiage, Ac, .. .. ,. 1Per -- ''.
.le.um Samaoo and
allowed this rate of compensation in formerS J. CRANE, Chairman.F. 2 casks sides. Tools landing'S .from Hazard and MeNAUOHT for aal ORMOND.Ie br Itre Ur.iTl $' < :
All which offer for sale little lower than late Heraid.andf.rsaleby "
we a '
S be the It 1- S S .- McNAUGHT 23. IBM. 51Qufic3rIi O BOXES Tobacco.i*salt W.iT ;.
when a.Whig Printer was to 1LnE rctary. prices on.usual terms. 4 ORMOND. J ;
Dee 2S 1864.. .1. ...? :. .BEBBT* irWWIIIo .
recipient .of it In: 1846, the editor of the McNAUGHTA ORMOND. : } ie ai4 female ieide December t, 1864. .48 [3enUML -
; ..
The Demand still Increases. Newport January ((5, 1888. 1 i "
L Sentinel proposed for the House Printing,andwe S .f'_I:Tobce.S Institution is located in the puds- of *n ia-
137" AB the public becomes better acquainted with For New York. : packages of this well known article and refined community and enjoys the D. H. .DL 'iI. .
bid in the Journals of that SUNDRY
find his year. the sterling qualities Clf MLaiuj's Liver Pills, the demand THE Packet Schooner ELIZABETH Wil- from brig Herald and for sale by advantage of healthfulness accessibility and pen TALLAHASEEPj.OaIDA- -
We copy it as follows eentinuss to increase. So certain is this great *, master, will hare despatch for the ; McNAUGHT ORMOND. neoey,hating been in eucceaaful operatmn for the last or

".TALLAHASSEE 'Dec. 1 1846. medicine in restoring a diseased Liver to the exercise above-part Fur freight) apply: toldeYAUGIiT Dec. !3. 18M. 51 twelve y t,UDder itaprcMnt Principal. Itfe prorid- ll Wholoeilo a 4 HHaH Desist ta I
of iU (functkms that it is now looked as ,-
proper upon
4' To tM Hon. the Committee on Printing of the greatest Specific for' Hepatis; and many 1Thyiciana Newport January 5th 1865. 1 Provisions.PILOT sire Chemical Pbiloeoptical and Mathematical AP. : ERfi854&JD1XZDIcLI. _... :

the House :, us* it in their regular practice. Among others Virginia Master's Sale. BREAD, Sugar, Soda _and Butter Crack. paratus, affording upcrior advantages, to students of reeeired.; -perTM--- Barque- Asa FISh S !a fresh 01 -
Dr. Oliver physician of -
Morgan a distinguished .N). 1'Mackerel in .kbalf bbls.and kits both sexes fur obtammg a tborovgb l&ica1.educa'tiOQ. JUST
,] "The undersigned proposes to do the Print. with a very exteniv practice. baa used these THE undersigned, Master in Chancery,by virtue of Salmon in kits; 10 boxes English Dairy Cheese 10 Young men .rna _be prepared 'Ion of the of Dmgs and M* c ee;Paints,Ops,Vanilla

l'4' irijf of die House, at its present session, on Pills in eases of Liver Complaint and of Dyspepsia of the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit boxes White Oak Cheese landing from brig' Samson; advanced classes in College, or. fur entering any tbe es,Pttttv.and Glass other wort1lMD&ut.S

.Tk4 tV\ following' terms, to"wit: with complete success. Recommended as it is.by pbyaioiaos. of Florida, for Jefferson County sitting in Chancery and for tale by.., ,. McNAUGHT & ORMOND. Study of the learned'profewioDa. upon. .Bl't1,and Painters'BiiUnals.Also .

I .} (thf.fourths) of a cent per 100 words, as well as others who have witnessed the happy in a certain cause instituted by Burton Bellamy, Dec.' 3. 185". 81 The uet KMIOQ will begin oo Monday,Jsnoary 8th. bin's Extracts Fine Soaps and;Fine Tooth and Hair Brushes La-
effect of this medicine it i is not surprising that we Smith and wile John *W. A variety of Faoey Article*.
complainant vs.Caraway
1 75 for all miscellaneous The same Teachers wi" be retained in the Female I
ronnting (seventy-five) copies, Planters aDd will
find at this
missives the Victoria For Charleston. Physicians always
are daily in receipt of such aa following: Eppss and wife, and Tbeod.cia and Bellamy who in it
department were employed during the
printing, and two dollars per page, CAMBRIDGE. Ohio January 28, 1851. defendants for partition will offer for sale before the Barque J.W.DYER, Dyer master year.They: are all Southern Ladies and have put establishment a full rappjy of every thkngii.ded- ,sad .
t for 500 copies] of tho Journal Messrs. J Kidd 4 t Co-We are nearly out of M"- Court House door in the town of Monticello, Jefferson THE have despatch for the above aatufaction. the given on the most liberal term. 4.
general Although
portShe very Orders from
1\ with the Lane's Pills. It would be well to keep us supplied within legal hours on the first Monday of a the Coa trmw! sod sat.
By comparing foregoing will be followed immediately by (lip Brig Tl are so arranged that each may receive the benefit of is&ctkn with regard Doth to '

I t rates of printing adopted by nearly all the M taws is a great demand for OGIER them in our dt CLARK.For place. February next. the following via described lands, lying in for freight or'passage apply to the supervision and instruction of the Principal, yet I quality. Physicians' preaiptibns carefully prises. ,
said of
Southwestern and Southern States well County Jefferson : McNAUGHT & ORMOND. his more immediate attention will be given to the male .. .... .
as as I .
sale at all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee,.and The E i oftheNElandtheE4OftheSEiOfSec. D& ;
I Newport. '3; 1854. 51 department where be will be aided by such Assistants
in &U others. where rates are not by law established at. ons Agency in every Town in the South. 8; tbe \Vi and the W* of the NEt of Sec. i; as the exigencies of the school may requiie. The I I .AW EPPJNO'S COMPOUND FLUID U.

I ,4t wfll be seen that the rates her 'January 6, 1855. 1 2wMAEEIED. -theEoftheNE4-. ._ .., .the, 8_"E.L i_ and"T T.I'the_E_.)i..of_ the' I I Fultpn.._ Market. Beef &0. mamba of students varies from 100 to 120 and from 1 TRACT NovmbprlL.153&. OF BUCHTJ.. .' iA S i'
propones are Ipwer than the most, and are, : W 4 ol sec. iu; ue n< i 01 me .' L t, nuu iue ji t : O BBb. Fulton Market Beef( S i five to six able and efficient teachers are usually employed -- ---'- -- ---- -- .
affirms low should be either of the S E l of See. 1 3. the E i;the E i of the N W O 1 Box Bologna Sausage 'j
he as as they
S i, and the E i of the S W J of Sc. 15; the N .E i 1 Qr. Cask Vookuig Wine. 'I A limited nmnber students can be accommodated I A. B. CLARKE

consulting. the interest of the public or the On the 4th last, by the Rev. Dr. Lovick Pierce, .J' and the E \ oftbe N W J of Sec, 22the; N W ..laodtheW3oftheNE1ofSec.23theSE1Oftbe1 Just received,"*. .': BERRY & ROWLES.. with board in the fcmjly of the Principal at $10 per' MEfcCHiftT TAILfB

S printer. 1Vcrv repE'ctIulIv, &c., BERRIEN OLIVER Eaq, to Miss VIRGINIA AJJ: Dec. 23.1854 61 Sentinel. montL. For further particulars enquire of. I '.
c. JO::' CLISBY." GUSTA, youngest daughter of the late Hon. Eli W 4. the S Eland the E i of the S W. Jof See.2(, .5 r" H.H.STEWART Principal. I Dx Auca in RftAD MADB Ctaraan AXVFiraaisauro 4"

S;."" i and the S W i of Sec. 25, all in Township 2 of Range FALL,A\D WINTER IMPORTATIONS. Dee. 16th. 60 tf hrtxiit'i GOOD .
This bid,-which, as Mr. Clisby said, was as Shorter of Columbuq Ga. 6 N and E ; and the S E J of the S W *of Sec.SO in OF RICH FANCY A'ND STAPLE DRY GOODS .
low as it should:be,*"either consulting the in- *11* Sentinel and Wal uUa Times copy. .. Towuriiip 2 of Range 7 N and E, all in the district tf Horse Mills. NOW receiving at the Well known old atasU for-
At the; Ladies9 Emporium !I" occupied by Clarke 4 1Wnma..J
ands to sale at Tallahassee Florida, contain.
subject manufacture, their
trrest of the public or die printer, was 25 THE undersigned shop near assort ment of Superior a.dy.JIad. QatUBgt Fan .
all .
in two thousand four hundred and in
OBITU ARY. ir.g. eighty-four rpHEsubscribers'aVe now receipt of their heavy Ue. Leon Oonutr:, a very superior Horse
per cent .higher than what the party inpower" acres aud twenty-two hundredths of an acre more, or JL Fall and Winter- Importations of Foreign and Mill, which will grind Fifty Bnabels of Com per day ishing Goods, cfotL assiinci,. YcatinnL 2fL. seen.pose1iapat&thefoUoviriarklei .
It bwmes melancholy duty to record the much American FaDe and Staple Dry Goods belt :
our the
comprising warranted Hills
the wort! They are as ever put m
for up Black !
now pays same lamented death of THOMAS J. BOND aged eighteen At the same time will be sold six mu'es, and the the Bust desirable assort/rent ever offered in this market the &. Farmers wfll find them just the things Fine I. &"* rock Coals, 5

The Rcpvttlcari,which has been innocently years. son of Capt. Henry and Mrs. Jane Bond of this stock cattle and plantation utensils belonging to the They were selected from the very latest Fall for Plantations u the same band that U used for Gins Black ThWiCosli ADd CoM Single Breasted Frock and

place. He died at the Military Academy in Kentucky, parties above named, for divition. and Winter- importations, and purchased under theLreat answers for the ItitL Persons wishing to iee them in C ,
S made the medium for giving to the public the I on the 25th of December. In the death of this promising Terms made known on day of depression of prices in the Eastern Cities during operation,can be gratified by calling at either Capt.Lester's Black FmeyCsmece! and Colerbd do. 9 do. da'.' :
ClothOver.mt. .
S false coloring?fbij(its correspondent owes itS amiable' and interesting yonnp gentleman, hi* WM. BUDD the months 'Auinist; September and October, in' or Dr. Bradford's. Letters addressed to Cen- 4'' Black Doeskin J
fund ami devoted |irr.ntshuve sustained the heaviest Master in Chancery. coofieqaence of which we can offer such inducements treville will meet with prompt attention Pints J
to the cause.of truth to undo the possible effect bereavement. He was a moat kin and affectionate January 6, 1855. 1 tds that all who wish goods will purchase forthwith.To POPE ROS6EAU. d Fancy and CoFd CassimaTe Pacts S SC 'j-

of his erroneous'statements. It remains son, seeruin to have uo wMi but to contribute to the cash buyers or punctual dealers on time we Dec. 18. 18 i. 60 to I Black and Velvet Fancy Silk Vests ._
happiness of his fatlu and mother, and U set a good Just received, would say that we can now offer you any style of Fancy da. 4IS
to l be seen whether this will be done. For Had his New York by R. H. Gamble. I AT ALUGATOfe do. Case. da CasksMm.Whte .
example to his younger brothers and l sister. FROM Barque goods in our line, far cheaper than yon have ever seen NEW BUSINESS, FLA.
i this journal be it understood, we ask no favors. life been spared, he would have been the comfort the .Cask of that same old -18ttT Brndy, them before; and to prove this to your own satisfaction undersigned have.engaged in a heavy.goods S ,Mananiea do. D. B.
l consolation] the stay of hi* parents in their declining 2 HblsL of the "Simon Purs" MoooagahaU Whis- ,we only ask you to give our stock a thorough examination THE Commission baiipess. Having their own "ALSO- S

Whatever attacks political animosity years and a bright and shining light to the circle in key, ,and if you do not agree ,with uo, then we means tof land transportation they intend keeping A fine assortment of Shirts,Collars CravaU.'Waca-,' .

t: may prompt-our enemies to make, we expect 'hichhe moved. But an Allwise Providence has taken 10 Barrcb Large Onions, will pay the forfeit Come ,anti see. We do not emsUaUy on hand a stock of Heavy Goods which White and Colored, Kid .ad Silk Olores. self adjast-

; id sarrhx and lire down, but when palpable him away, and while we bow t<) Hi awful dtfieuu-| .15 -" Fine Apples. charge for fhowmg goads.OurstoclCcocsists they mean to sell at such prices H will leave no inducement lag Stocks Cotton and Merino Uoder-sturta .
tion we pray that lIe may adminntcr consolation to the 20 Irish Potatoes, m part of to Planters to go east of this Cor retail sup- Drawers Brows Faaey,Cotton and LU Thread i 1
untruths are'resorted to with the sole view of deeply afflicUd family and friends. 'C. 2 Boxes Maccaroni Rich'Silk Dress Goods. plies. Hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs,all is

: injuring th(* parly'with whote welfare we are ------- -. .. -- --- _8 Qr: BbU.a) No.. 1 1 Mackerel.4 Rich Plaid Silks Rich Brocade Silks, They will aba make the usual cash jdvanecs on of which are d'eito't tbe pvbie on' reasonabk term
JOt Cuttob and the to the best houses in Cbarleatoo. and warranted as good as Wfered ia Una Market.---
.. do. Watered ; ship same
identified it.should be a question of serious Notice. iSKitts: 1 Striped do. Call sod .
Savannah or New York, and it from exasatae.Novemer
Mon Antique Silks, Solid Slate colored d.
t ItOWLES.Dee.ZOth.1854. -
!jxTSon.il t"o1r'cmt1tb! those \ho employ such A LL persons are forewarned against trading for *2 < Solid Ashes of ROMS SilverGrey Silks, tbe Planters' G 1& when desired. 41854. 44.
'v. three Dotes Liven by the undersigned under JEFFREYS CO. -
discre weapons name of Murat and White, j my able to D. Add or or l"k Groe de Ithinedo. Urns De Alligator Dec 15.. 181'S1D, AITISTS DIe. Jo
( : and'fainicss i is likely W f S }' vcrdcity tot New Orleans. M Poult de Sui do XXFd Poult de So', AnxaiCA2t Anvrs Visors would rtcpeetAilfjr
fr certain draft Brodie and l' ., New Jist Received firMi Hew Tori ,
uu THE
l proniu'tcd( or damaged] by such means. 15 CASKS Sides awl Shoulders, White and Pink Satin China Plaid Silks to u.ehiacoa af lbs u.-.sjtfl .
for $6j8.89 of which
York enme payment The 3 tc* Sugar-cured Hadis MarceDineA yiorcneeI:] H Solid 4 Plaiu Apron.Worstf 30 QR. boxes Fresh Raisins. ; the ...tbatfor the pwpoaaof alas**
draft has refused at notes
been our
S hhds. Brown Sugar 28 half boxes" fUr the fine the and
1 Dress GooJs.. throughout country, with a
Conaty Manatee- and draft will not be paid unless collected by law. 100 blls.! aud lOwbole" *
Superfine Family Floor view of enabling every family to bacon posatsasdafa
CATHARINE D. MURAT.U. JO a Whisky ., Rich Plain MousselAbia, Rich Plaid Moosselaina. BERRY & ROWLES.
This is the of carved gallery of engravings by ,
name a new County .
5 Prime LanL Figured do. Painted do. Dec.; 18, 18M. 80 tf 4
oat of HiA torqugh. fU C l"t. Site is styled January U.: 1 R:& 2 tf 2okcgs Monaselaiu Kobe lie Cashmere Robe De- THE FraST AirnSTS OrTHXAGaV 4
--- Chambers,. Chamber. Lands and Negroes for. Sale... They bays detenniocd. in order to ereat a* lais*-
6 boxes Star Candles
I'tlot, in rncmory of the Port from which DR. J. C; LET 2" Lemowi, .M Plain and Plaid Cashmeres ",Painted Caubmeres Subscriber offers for tale'his plantation, near' aivc sale for their EograviagaaBd thns not only err* f I

t,Columbus -tailed.! \\.hen he .discovered, this his prof<*8i;'mal services to the citizens I III Pecan Nuts, : a French do. THE Aucilla River, and on the St. Augustine I empfeymoat to a large omnbui of artists arid oMiere,

Continent. It is believed that this is the first of Mouticvllo aud its -vicinity in the various 6 M Superior Cigar French Merinoe., English do. road; the tract contatrm about 1450 a&e,. Also 86 hot fart inspire,to among to our the countrymen pIUeM.rrsOfth i taste* for work
present SUM*iiuaa.
branches of his profession. He can be found at al 300 bush. Black Seed Oats. English do. German .do. Negroes, mostly Toirog NegToea.S4 workers among .'
time in the Ustory.of America that Palo has times, when not professionally engaged;at the Moo BERRY ft ROWLES.Dec. German do. Cashmere DcEeossee, them. A ''fibers: credit win be'gireo on the Ne when 50ooo of whish ve sold i**

; been given to cello Hotel 30,1854. 82 44 Tartan Plaids Sup'r Black Mousselains, groes. I will also dupose of the proTiaSons, Moles !iO,1GIFOFrnitUlLCI7jluIISS..4Isefr.se.f ;
as I a town. S .
name January IS, 1855.. 2 6m* nr Sentinel and Georgia Watchman copy. Superfine. bit. Bombazine, a Merino, and Plantation took if the purchaser should desire i'lms cJaIJIr..1tI. 4 .
: 5- S Bilk AJpaecaa, > them. 'JAMB9'R.TUCKER. reosiconast **r .-.>>t richly WOT*;.ma.aybftaiwstsketwbichcnlit1e..usofq'. ;-

The G rand;J 1 dge.."arid Chapter/ the Ma For New York. .. '; Notice I I "1. l'f\.ernao1 M Worsted Roea Montk*n.. Dee. !3. 186-4 tf, 61 S. "* ;..ipersevering .:
\ : Lad1r on G6. when they art dirtribotetL '. -
/T\HK flOUTHEft will have irnInedi4L milE Stockholders
Brig .
Fraternity of the Slate have teen in aestfion & Rice aid Hay '
dispatch for the ifcove For freight S firing tkc present week. The attendance or apply' its office in Tallahassee, on the FirM Monday in February ;Misses anil Cbifdren's dressca which must be seen 43 TEIRCES prime Rice; A highly finished Engraving.botitnil .PADmD t ,C'

'on'eitkUi\1 and much buslneasiransctcd passage tofcN'A UOJrr Atge, 2 December 20. 18M. 62. idea of their real ricltoess *beauty ia this short advertisement 10 bales Hay; Five Dollars worth of Spssndad Engravings eaa be ee -
if iai reAcd Jt6 the Craft gen raUy- Landing from baqrue J.W.Dyer,and Ton sale by lected from the catabgoo and sent by n&Io4 i :

(;"". -Jir.r'a' Sri. .Wednesday;, elected FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. Notice. LaUJ QH MeNAUOHT 51'& ORMON'D.Dee.23,1854. express.A .- the > h -5. ''. .J,(,, :. ..
having claims against tho Rer. E. G. Med Maltese Lace CoDaretts Cbemuetts andJJodersleeyee. copy catalogue, qether...; .. "
nyi Mister (GrtnA i GROWTH OF U54.RUT ALL peTtobs .
pf the Lodge and Judge are requested to present them to the undersigned S Rice. of one ethe'Engravings,. oaa be sc o sAs.5: a. ef 4
JWinn r ed Grand A. lisp, Flat Tnruip Cabbage. Beets Ac..108tI who has been authorised CollaVcttt' this paper. 141
.BAKEK .eIct High I by Mr. A.'to HuoiUo, ,orpGce tibemutetU and TIERCES PrmM Rice te arrive .
D. Barque For each dollar seka&r
11.. per sent an engtsviaf wortk :
examine them and if allowed will be immediately 41 .
fnest of the Grtmil iilUpter. The of .they paid J. W. from Charleston For sale by '
"* names Janusryl3.1855. 2Admlnldrator'a ,? by draft The undersigned has aLio been Rich EBbroidered MusTin onatetts,' %eanlretts and Dyer McNAUGHT A ORMOND. that earn sod a"Gift Ticket, will- bneediately. .S !r
; d dfikere:"will be given w5 S soon as a aulbonied to tender again to arbitrate the matters ia Uoaersleerea, NfIY'.Port.- Fhr Dec.: 9. 1864.4, warded. '&OIU'T.5- ;( 'ti.
tot shall be 6btaiaei, Notice. dispute between Mr.Asay and the Trustees of FlrtcV- Rich Embroida-ed, Muslin Undersleeves'(separate.) 1
": 4 Institute. '. It TbeCmnmitte bsVensc that u. smeei..flAk I
'.- "- person Indebted to the estate of John W. er THOMAS HAYW ARD.I I Cbeniizetts. Seed Oats. *
ALL dextt, deceased,are requested to make i 5m- December 30. 1834. 82 M !cCollars'and Collaretts do. BUSHELS jost received, and I great national nxiertafcof will be mairrially pNSse*. i\l !
The Methodigt Anneal :iConference Of this mediate payment to the undersigned, and-those Laving U U Habits.AppTfejne 900 for sale : ted by the energy aad. *aterpris* of intelligent **dOn jj t.j

:tate, recently i iu session at Madison, adjounioa claims against the estate are required to preaen Lands for, Sale. N Spripn and Inserdar. by MeNAUOHT- t ORMOND.New AgenU.hen resolved to"treat wish sask'J, ;J

'II them within the time prescribed by law, or this notice be sold on the first Monday in February M Blsok Embr'd Crape CaflM,{monraing..) Port Fla, Dec.% 18M. 49 on the most liberal tel'I I .I
Monday evening last. W haw not will be plead in bar of their recovery. before the Court House door in Madiaun Plata White Maslu. Jtoon. Cbemkefts andSlotVaa Any person wishing tit Meome an Ageot by sssisVmg i ;

vet Wn furnished nth a fist of the aruwintent HUDSON MUSE. Adm'r. County, Florida. within the legal hours of sale the undivided S S Notice. (post paid) one dollar, will receive by retara *f '. r:
: HARRIET JL POINDEXTER Adm'x. half of Lot 'No. six ((6,) of fractional Section Blaefc'EpgTub Crape Habits and Sleeves.fioitMi months alter date the nudemgned administra mail a on. dollar engraving a Gift Ticket,a presps. jto. i

*. buteaVitait{. the fte.1ir.;J&oauox, v January 13, 1855. 2 St. No. five ((5.) in ToW .' ('.)South of Range eo Thread Valenciennes. Houitni, Maltese. SIX of the estate of Elkba McDaniel deceased .. a catalogue and all other rmnmssrT,.sitirsioiiisi.

" transfer (ron' the Virginia Conference, has .- ltvenll,) East eoataining in all one hundred and ($mpiwe Maliw. jlegency, Worsted and Cotton late of Leon County will present his final account and the final completi0B of the salr,.W Gift.w. 1 .
. B1aoksmithing.IG niueieen acres more or less; said one half belonginj Laces t and aak to be be placed b tbe baao*.tasatt.softh.'jJ4sets r
been appointed The Tallahassee Station Silk' and Brussels Laces and Touchers discharged. to be dWtibndusdIW ostio X which WiII lie 1
to. ; ,TTACHED to my Livery to the estate of Rebecca Charles, late of Colombia Black Insertings. HINTON J. 8AUNDERS Adm'r ;
the Blonde Bilk Tholes (in all colon.) 5 giv*>tiuoisghoat tb*Uafci J_tr end th* I Cibi .f 3:
Rev. Mt Pix'*) a'U Qnlncy; the Rev. 21; Stable is a Blacksmith ShopS County and sold under an order of the Lion.Judge of White Laces ( December 9. 1848. -S 48 gsa
which all kinds of work apper- Probate of Madison County to pay the uMs of mid Superior 8: French sad Tarlatan MtuJios M .. S S
is H. M. Ga #a#;t&Leon; Circuit,,:and bining S ta that business done in'good style at abort estate. GEO. E. McCLELLAN, Adm'r. .- '6-4 EmbroWered Swiss ." S o. Q .. Tu-tenec.r's SUe.BY loobhbatsofWr'ssa.$1oo$1ooo.: | 3!

the Rer..TisvoifAGAkoiaExto. the Gadsdcn notice, and pa M .reasonable,.taw am.at any other .LITTUC Rrvra: Cdumbia Co, Fla. Spangled lace Dresses (for p) virtaa of tbe power vested io me by law shall i 100 Clar..._-_.._ 'Io.ooa. .* 1ZOO
Circuit 11 fj ,, '. shop in the city. Farming impUmcote,such as.Torn December 80, 1 854. 52 C cIiib and French Crapes, (in all colors.) *. for sale before the Court.House door at, Webster..... 100 lOjOOO. 1 IJ'

I '.'. .,.. Pkwefai. Scooters.: RJs. Clevkee Heel '.;.Tap S Eale. N Si Nt.adNai&. OnineT.. Gadsden OoontT. on the aeaond Monday b 100 ...,,......'..100 10JOOO S _<. :

Rings and Iron Wedge Mpt ready atade toeS coot Chancery .. Jaeoiiet. .Edgings and lasertmg.. March next the following deeenbad landa or so much 60 EJegMl&oil .FamUnga,:apJendal ., 'L :
[ ,,Credit to vta* Crtdit 11 Due. 1 stantiy on hand. This will stun)tanners opportonity BY virtue of a decree made al the December term ... 'Swiss'. ; Co 5" thereof will pay the State aod County taxas doe S Gnt _b4 ._'......' s,000100 .

1 At a called meeting of the Tyjwgraphieal to supply.themselves without being delayed: the Franklin County. Circuit Court. 184, S lafanU'.Bmbroidered. Dreawi. thereon for the yean 1853 and '" and the expenses Elegant Oil PaintIngstX3. s' ,$. a.009
:: J P. B. BROKAW. wherein Mordtcia Myers was complainant& and wit .With 'a great Tarrety of other goods under this incident thereto to-wit: 'light hundred and seventy 600 Steei'Plate Engravioga, bnlliaatly:
Corps of the Hdndian! ,& Journal Office, heldon J&flUIrylZ,1855. 2 Lam Holland- Wright and the heirs of, WilliaMIL besVthat-w, eaaaot _ameraae ill this limited memoranda acres of land lying and being ia the-County colored in Oil, neb gilt Aracaes.24x3*, -

the 12th .( D. J. CRANE .was BrokeobnrVngb were defendants I wXl expose for r S Gadsden, adjoining lands belonging to John Hare and inches each.....e.e.e.....,...L 10, ,000 .

t rolled to the Char 'aiid)( F. Notice. sale at public outcry, to tbe highest bidder for cash CUaks,'Talmas, HftBtUlts Shawls & /1) others on Flat Creek numbers sot known but known 10,000 Ekgant Steal Plat Engravings .coloradin9Pofth.WictooMuo.
. R. FILDV, the first Monday wf' Fetraanr bet ) th Wilson Land porportior to belong to Job 4
.. '- PERSONS indebtW to the on next wen ;tae aa *
of J.M.Williams
I guested to act.as Secretary. J. are requested to pay up'or estate their notes and adconots bonnofllaadiao'doekvJLaL, thedoportytosrit fclfewiag'cV A.beautiful"Mantillas variety and.:of.Cloth Also Velvet handsome and Silk T.J..Wilson of Leon County Fiona 2Oxtt....._.'_... 4* iOyOOO
S Cloaks a '
must ;; : ,' JAMES M. SMITH 237,000 8teel Hat Engravings; from :"j j 4j
The noeessarilv 6e .hit
Chairman T>a.d in attbs from .
eu- of
to |25. "
briefly explained the objects ins 8priag Term of the treuit.', .' S Lots dUmber five aod sixteen ((8 and 18.)ill block assortment Shawls t&pepts Tbz Assessor df Calltttorfor OasUe Co.Quincy. di&u&pintsnowirpn..cnsbooof .
of the meeting.! .. *' THOS J. PEIUWf8.-- &'01';. 0 one(I.) -and .tore lot number five sad sixteen ((6 Hosiery, CI.TC 7 b.,&e.A .December 1. 1864. tds 49B and waed by the Artist.'Unics5ofthsmarketnInsoffiim5Ocsetao

On S S January 13. 1855. .' 2 .I and U.)block 0 two(2( .) lots nntnber one and twenty great variety 'fIl Ladks' Black and Whit. Cot- S !, .j
motion, a. Committee, 'consisting. of (1 and .)bI H two(i.) lost nomber one and two too Worsted Spun Silk French and English Silk "Gaidii Ta Colletlor's Site* 11 each,.......:..., 4I/MO '

*%nt Woijasy Tuipaiand_ BCJLL, was ap- For Sale, !(1 and t.)b hue twenty(tOJ tote one,twoand shies. Hose. Also a .Mavy steak of Misses'aid CbOdraa's IY Tirtua of 'the 'Tested ia*Vie by'law, I.. 1 first das Dwelling ia Thirty first' .
f1O T Auction;,on Batorday the toth d 'Or (I. t and Sta) bIoek .(S7.) : Assorted Hosiery Ladies'and Miu Kid Silk Cashmere power street. New'Y eity,..._..,.,.. 1)1000
lto dnft.nolvtion >expn *ivt'of the A 4 Desirable Zeta lanuary of wharf lots : six and shall expose for sale before tM <3oortH( t building ..ODe Ilsmdrd end :. -
Two Pat twenty .
I Hundred Laos Gorea
and variety
loot S&ree ,m great ,
dpor in Quinry, Gadsden Coeohr.-on the eeso4 .
1 nsflof jLe N.1l7,1O 1Z1 1:2.Tcn9 and 27) belie thirtyeeran MId a half S Onehwidiadi.dPirstStzestsNs'w .
meeting.Tfa 'I", r'i lenD ((28 ((17,) '
At. in March the lands mesh
At. aa-1
i \Catb balance rat and 1.r' feet;oortbeast from A point .-.b. (71)) feet .' NeepIig titwlS :day fcilowtBf ee York sky_**eh 26x100 feet.deep, it. .
5 Conjtt.j,,ftbd: after a abort 1 BERRYiRoWLEa* LW northwest from Cberry slrect 1. -'. .. -f. 104. 124 Bliacbed Linen 8b t thereof; a* will be .IIC to pay the State aDd at...-..-....................... tiooa .
absence Part of wharf lots number thirteen and fourteen 8.41O:4l2.4 .'. .Cotton' a County taxes jfcereon for the years I88S and 1864 100 Villa PiUsCfioUioing each 10,000 fJff\
retornd d reported the following Jaimaiy U..IBM. t. [ H. .
Seatoopj. and the incident thereto to-wit One hundred
P, ud '. .. (IS and 14.) being thirty-seven and a batf(*7j) feet, *.4.l.s,4.4,5.41: I Shirting. expenses nineteen of .and in theCounty alas feet, b th* saonrbs'et New
and lend
u 'Pluta Ilowsri terreena, .. ci I point aeveaty-fra <7I)) feet,,northwest *4,6-fr Bleb'd Lulen and Cotton Pillow Cue Goods. acres lying kno.vn.bat being known York city,and 'eonnuoda a'_ .
of Gadsden. not
= jaombrr
W.."TMl t.-se".Let from street. IriIhI Lineot. nifieent view of tb HodsoiuRiver .
fl at 44 Saperior S -
\ ". "9r. ,&" .." ,. ..'t' e' .-, .floBaat. .' to iniurm JOromj.UM ertueoi.toWt.of ,Atse.% lawejaMtarf I ) acm of. being 84,94.104,1M Bloh'd Damask Table. Linens.. the. Harvey bad purpnrtsag" to belong MlTH Harvey.JAMEScl and Long hJqd 5ii4 at;..i1.;'J' 600 .10,000
Ifl rll". naM15k c e-eiftb4iof) fifty, mi three hundred' and afety 84,94,104 Ba 20 psrpstttslkwosof esab wktMo> _
that b hat,kea th .
ha, q. nut Assessor Jk CtlleetarfMr GaOHen Cwnty.Quiaq. .
..* rr t IItefdte Geri .:.BrowaV Oard.i lw jibe parpoM ofla *sabJsb. eight abety-flre Vuaebradthe (MS 9MOO)feet on Crash; BiravVi'aBl Baokaback Toweling. Deoerobar I. 1864.' td* 4CUs4ei > tenet security, *. 60 seth.t.u.. f.000. ,
erafAuemb1Jl.4ftI.:1J.eU. tbk 'eriAfelst and Magnolia atnat sad tkirty-.evea ttaMy igbtbumlrsdtbs fII Saperior EogEaa Crash fof Tea Towcla 80 psvpetaal loans of cash wtthont interest
jjlact'a Nwi.y
duties iii .:.----V; Treea, Evergreeoa, Onos Vmea,.Hatpbrrriea.. Straw (I'I 18400))feet d *p, all aitaatecf ni AB* 8aa.Oibp Damask Napkins and Doylies. Tax-Collector's Sale. or security,of |100 adCt/:. 1,000oo

't y ancI ei.m"er btrriea FU werin* rilbs j Bart Haota FruiU, AoB alaehieola; also'tbnat igbtbi(|) of an aadinoed intmst ,Together with 4 great varistj of Fnwh BngBsh 100 peraetnal leans of cash witbant in.S. .

t.qt : ad .fca- reawved M of TfiMfei torn Jasa iddinctl io tbe aotes of ullivao4 lUver, aJ-Jarne.JobnaVo. and American Priats icJQinihams'Bed Tiokmn afwidtba BYvWoeof,tiM ower vested in me by low..I tIrest car 1.oIlIO ash,,..... .
'China JtHt a given 4o panhasl of bU ..her'-i'two .n sad 4naBtievWbrstad lijej.Canton Fla*- for sale before the Court BOOM door !5O fNI. "ol" '. l.

S nl'll on theIt: III fl'OlU1DIi MB; per Hi JMf PhurtaPnM BeaiaftM.-aW'apd .|ecU **oB4r;lot and three ((1, 2aud $.), iabUck tbirty, evw r.{ t.>.oIt ,. art w ftcinaalfl 5 5 FIuO.1a; Scarlet aod BM More.Domedic Damask, March Ds*t, the Wfcrwing lands or eo much, thereof Ipii1itusI I5enshwr s S
&DelIer. .ov tGm.ra.iM. aiy b* .). w.SP.oCD *al SpoaUdJTaooals forebfloiwlod hoW M vjB h**tWot to pay the State aDd Oooatj loterest or. ;"I'S II
; 'I_. .u "DI (MenMt- o >faa'vU raeeire of \M* P Ladies' ..f lk, yem ieuandisus.j.aWfooVIeot .
than S Master in Cbjmccry. .rks wish sissy 3goosiest regard th* Y.LYis.
.z.J.1;: ,. -VL Zr'.. r.= t: aod ervrrhiaf pwM wish cre December 10. 18\ It, Inn Misses'. Boys'and Cb&fa Sbeen. and Osiemall ; ar*(."-wit: Foatbtudred sad Wtycm the I Co.Jt.eIlMtllte. ". d*
J. n4I it u aiao kit to heep by bilK aBdbsss .faO- .
twrpoM .- of vhieb will be at oeb prieea to cash Bay- ) .
'. .. dI.a P1 ..V4fl4Wiiiiiy' at OlMttahoMb 'aftd all'itO.n ; S. ..M I" or .poootnal tia.dealm,III fwiH fadtts tosn Inlb.5 immbsis eel knowa,bat been en the Bndea tract J. w. HhTnaur ?:

8JIitt be IUIII. e U PrintM'. it t io; tMAfa,"Shrubbery 11'_., Ac,$,ssp.r will m.t ffto with*.TVPknta..arteo-, K CASS xtn',aafity Im&p (rue* Scbr.Ikxard boy;poXwitht n Sag haiiMM I of lbs times and W -M y**. to bSkt JAMES to tbe.. .1B&adoi SVsr sry,*6ft Bssss w.rn. jr..
prserpt Com and .
"C O and for sale by S tbs pent scarcity tmoney. t** 'Engravings the eatele.
tiotI. QJQJr
PJ' eop-r!! hat never been disregard-' -* ItOBERT4ILIIWER4. MetfACOHT iii OIUlOND: THOS.%. CRICHLO TOOTHERS. i I t' fox CtMrertr" d Aa'esaerfor Gtdtdt Cnnty. *"d lv for dehury.November S '41 *, ; S
January 6th
1E55. Sni l' Dee. 23,18ii. 51 Dec. IS, 1864. 50 Quincy, DucmUr 9. lS6i Ida 49 11. 1S64. 46 .

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: -5- LOlftii"CGltDln1'. ,- NEWCOTTONNEW GIN. QJX.morjtbs ..cIt.I'
I HEIR FLA. u.c tI' TRADE :MARLV. o and Tooehm to the s. I.\ '"ti--

4 Come nn3 /fc-t vvr Stock before youc&Me >ur. ATTORXKYS LO-'b A LAW J.'B.:OALBRATTH, 'rALL UA&ZC", have, asso PATENT STEEL L'TOOTH.on T TA t'I Jeftsfsotf Ctjliii! BfcoffloiooftUMtat _. ,
; MA. .L GIN whose failure has been
INDER 'reported ,.
: elttjr&re. ire receiving of Law. QrU .
; are now tliemselves: in the practice through all of the Cotton'growing States, "till alive of1d 10oaety, laid astr to bft ,
will the Court in the Middle..Circuit the adeiInathu.-r _
'from ffeto York a General Asort. They mtteud and able Supreme Courts and the District Courts of the Uuitcd SAFE and1.AdIzma e 8ept_1M4., ? '
to that state of perfectionwhich rendersits .
jnent of Goods, suitable to your States at TnllahaMee.Otiice brought ,'
av Couit HOt1"t. success certain. For short st.aJIIe'ItS great superiorityover Blood.Broopbkn _*f .
the '
opposite l t.J!
____ .wantt, consisting in part this SAW Gin is strikingly apparent to good judges. .
OctoWr28,1854. ly consists in its the lint .a''f'. FOUB.ke.1IS .Mil. .
the arti- -V This superiority leaving Affections.Opinions .
of folloxmg V ; .
5-- .
: 5 knoand'doee not eat, I .
LAWTOX-*.WAIXWRIOHT *ACOT-WM. X. TAT more tapeR andjrf.'II'JfI' S. .
w.K. Wheel
J Semest& __ a. 1N
-riz : break or in injure the fibre, at the tame The Lonitrille PERCHA ICIjp .
LUK-JOiUrH T. DILL-W. LAWTOX,Ja. any way _
: :
1 1 & time imparting to the lint, that soft and oily feeling wort and Tar not only .. Nwds.temb.t,1u& ._ ...
DRY GOODS !t DRY GOODS V -n- which is nAtural to the staple when picked by band and cold, but. from the Mew Bank.rTHHS .
0 f.
WM. M. LAWTON & CO. and J'idri
making the lint from the same lot of seed worth est standing here .
100 petcee Georgia Ktrjnaany: other articles 00 I than when ginned very remarkable rare Mndetsig .:" lor.
cents more
from to IJ pound '
___ PMn. numerous to meutioa. i per JL BANK.OP Wl 'a
I s ys and { Sro Jshwli (Cotton, factors on the laW gin. The Rahway ; *
4,_ r e N.ro BIankti :\ I It cleans the Sea Island Cotton beautiful, and will stated by person of pared to dieooo W*s/JBciaV'

S4 prBed'' do : FANCY GOODS. No. 13, Sotthfrn Wharf, gin from 800 to 1000 ponads per day. and fares used this medicine that M' CHiektf;<*V, on 'avr of:''the r..II.-.a
c BIeicWd .t Brown Shir\-l the lint is in much ble medicines of the Towns tlMl U.S. Also liberalwhile V
tested a
Lac1t8 Dress Goo CHARLESTON S. C. Manufacturers have 1ItII.
ill" ..Sheetiog& i I r August,.1854. 34 3mCopartnership better condition for the Mill than from any other I Bronchitis Asthma" J c/L&I8S4 a m More and 'wntiIw orders ft' V .

_ F 40 pieeve Plain and PlaiJlron.istin: in part of- Gin. ting of Blood, \ Sepl.23, I8U. '11 DA3..
-- .- P&rct1t.. ,
a .
0 unley. ]: Vl { and Glu I Notice. In North Carolina Messrs Battle 4 Son 01 luJgccomoCounty plaints, which, if :
qua1itics.Plal *!\ 400 ,Beics flfaitfutarel T"-;
i }'aune1Je of all L Hill County and sumption; and the
t : French Eoir.lib and Amer-!:lack Do Rhme do Silks do, do THE undersigned have- this day entered into a co- several,others and Dr.have tried the Gin Wayne on Short Cotton the tisement would *eem Medal of World Fair and Gold Meda C.V1pait. "
jean Calicoes. with the resultIn Institute awarded for these good. V
t Brown. Bleached aMd CoHcrape rophn., AND RETAIL pant season and are highly pleased BROADWAY and THE abcriber ba* 400 Boxes Virribi, _
'S ; Printed: Debiucs, Texas the New Gin is bound to sweep cleno.CapL This plant has, for OF CO. 102 Tobacco, asorted. qnaJitietB
ored now. PmianFuroiture :DXL'QBtTxiS: & John Duncan of Matagorda who purchased the virtue in the ;where may be found ]
.4 ; LaU b < {Plaid. Wool and' singular more care than last S., andbeUcr' '
lain UNDKR THE MAXB AND STYLE OP first two Q'm sold in Texas daclares that if be had More it Goods in Great
chccks.lp] ", V recently was Variety, to our climate all of which will besoldcbntsadTraersajotimb..j
,4.. 3, and Ginned his whole it .
in-time to crop
8ud Colored received them in
: great power other Water Proof Good in the
DJra ttaticplAiJaaodatrirllLJam..l1a"l] would have made a difference of from 2000 to 8000 of chronic character,'< many desirable articles for Export
: 10 'M ,Ky. JeansCapes:: Collar and Ildkf. They will be pleased to see their friends dollars in his favor. all diseases of a ,consisting in part of Coots,Cloaks Newport Septfnber tS, l$54.D.UDD.. i i'Bauik"
10" and White Silk bose and patrons at the old stand of E.Barnard, The 60 inch Gins are warranted to pick 1500 pounds : Camp

-r BUekand Fa a'y CiisimerejBlack worsted-au.l: Glove*, Jr., sign of ,tbe Mortar, corner of Monroe ef lint in 12 hours. The 48, inch Gins will do from Covers. Leggins, Carriage Cap"Souweeten Cloth., Piano Cov or CharIeatoj

I. : Black and colored ;:Black, White and Colored and Clinton streets, where they will keep 1000 to 1200 pounds of lint in the same tim with This article is now .,Travelling Bags,Surgical Articles A GENCY.at Nw Port,Florid. ,
Sha"la. Paw Om and the most healing and at
articles and luug as a ;
appertainingto to us
full pod general assortment of speed run IWNAUGnT
: KM Gloves, proper and hundred of other articles.
i :.}' Pillow Plaid Hdkf.case of and all }LinenWack rires.;:; Silk Mitts and La. their line of bus iness, and solicit the patronage of in case of fail re,with proper usage, they will be made or cular decaying parts of lungs the, or are free from unpleasant odor, very NeWportJanuary141g54. ORX V t .

dies Buck. Gloves, their friends and the public. good. and elasctic.not injured by fatty sub

;?4.. riaid.aad Bheetjng, Plsm Musliu ofEdgiugsstj.l>; Insfcrtings, V E. BARNARD MAXWELL, JR., ,Price of 48 inch Gin?300. For 60 inch $S25. To tini.s preservative in the early qualities ; ; India Rubber, WILL NOT DE- To THE iiIFFLO1ThI'
1 TROUP to the ages
G. delivered at the nearest depot or landing Cotton
aJl l wtlautil ., tc Ac t be exists scientific BECOME STICKY; art CHEAP fleed-No B1IJDb

qualities, together Fehruaryl(4)1S54.( ). _8_ purchaser, mid a Man furnished to set the Gin running. I in the among emlalmeut of from any other Gutta perchA made : THE undersigned, now.in fppi lIut l'.

Boots and Shoes. A. PERRY AMAKER, Terms There Cash will on b*ten a sUx-k lays trial of these Gina kept in Tallahassee -I pally of this or'Europe,and home baa made a"Urem_ with IOQ u.f.

tt ,arid Y outb'l ItUIlctt Drogtns.a' the Brick Store recently occupied by I to be in universal use to Stand all Climates. most careful Planter in the emenlofM. aDd impro..
D'yIJ .. ATTOallllY AT LAWt' at ica and nt this day it .. to supply him with CettOft
1 4' fftM1fesVGent's iCip i and Cillf Messrs. E. T. Taylor t Co. for the s4e of their*aw I; from persons who have tested next He has taken Seed for tbe
f Sew'd aud Pe'g'd Buta, TALLAHASSEEFLA.I I G iris. only medicine for 8U be seen.at the Store of the Company crop. great pains t.proce t1e
.' Ped'd Boots, tight and heavy.Women' 20 Tallahassee or any approach to it. : purest best sort, and will engage to furnish the
Men. Kip May 21,1853. eommunications addressed to the Agent at with the history ofthie LIBERAL Planters of Florida with better seeds than base

Kip.1 Peg'd w Bnckius Bootees, O-- HOLLAND, will meet with prompt attention. 1d'all..froJI& (' i 1 invited to examine these good before' befi.re been brought to the State. He will .ntr',,,'

COUNSELLOR AT LAW A. R. CARGILL, AGKST.pfS The medical faculty in :I the seed to the order of the P1ntgjiSt Marks
." 'Morocco and Calf Buskins and Bootees, ATTORNEY AND : I .
iud Gaiters,. moo in Short become aware of the : to any amount, on short notice. Newport during the net fall or winter,and will
..- Ladies Kid Ties, Buskius Florida ;:Those Gins seen operation on .
Qui ntf, Base imitations made Varnished duce
'. article Rod certtea,attested.to the
are now ebaiaetcr of
and Children.Sbo ; i\,
6f Misses of the next Ginning
the cornmeucemnct +
With good: assortment Cotton at
a hi Courts of the Middle Cir. are already being offered in the market tide furnished and tie
\T7ILL practice the Plantation of Col. R.W. Williams Oen. Dr. Bnchnn, of En aDding of the PlaaUr&M
4 I at the
I :4' W cuit. and Jackson and Franklin Counties. season Gov. John Branch and W. F. Lloyd,of burg. Dr. La Frienre, should bear in mind that all gen- whom they are obtained. The kind foruisbed Isi
Wm. Bailey,
I 42 tf .tamped with the trade mark of the be the Big White Mexican the
October 23.1852. Leon Col. B. F. Whitner of Gadsden Co. Dr. Cooper have been Viet. the PteW

'.){ f; Hats and Caps. : SCOTT Thomas; County M.White: T. N. tt J. D Marrick and R.A.; ,. other articles in ,iheir WILLIAM' RIDER Little Brown. The Big White Mexican ar*the fcott
A WILLIAM : succura. 316m. Pre. N. A. G. P. Co. sought after in Mississippi as.the moet reliable
Young of Jackson Co.:J. G.- Anderson and Capt steeL'but
Mf4if 'i and Boy's Fasb'd Moleskin lints IA TT@!NI@W! AT LAW, Daniel Bird, of Jeffershn County and J. C.McGehee, 2JT Beware of Florida Hotel will supply either of the others if desired.

GBNN Drab Beaver Huts FLA. of SlnJUon genuine is Planters wishing Seed,lID addrese him at VJL-
.: MONTICELLO, E*q. and Co] R. Harrison County. tsirThe JEFFERSON COUNTY. Court House Florida
: ". Wide-a-Wake, Seal and Now- -y July SO, 1853. 80* tljan_ The If tt r from the Mills! Munu/ncturing/ Company steel l plate engraved ,poet-paid JOSEPH

4tk: '.. Sporting Hats of all qualities, -, published below, give Bom.- idea of the value of Price Iper' lx>ttle undersigned give notice to the pub- April 29.1854. 17 L. Durrrar

,ttt "-p 12 t1oLl1en'.' Black and Co 'd Wool Hats, BAKER & McIVEK, this Gin for Long Staple..Cttun.IIoL'folu wholesale and retail I a lie that be has refitted the Hotel in tf

.. .. 3.,,'., Youth's and lufauts Sporting Hats, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 113 Chartres I'. formerly kept by Capt. New- Notice. -
; of all biic. and prices, Mass. 4 1854.S. New Orleans 1 be receive visitors I3th I '
Men's Cloth Caps AND QUINCY FLORIDA : April prepared by ,
1'; TALLAHASSEE month after date.I shall
'f ,.. Boy'Youth.ttn.lIntit., auJ General Agents for The house i* now in thorough repair, SIX present fiat? temat
;: .; .r. practice in the Middle and Western Circuits R PARKIEST, Esq. Toucher to the Judge of Probate of JVAV
.," ".1 ." Ware. W of Florida, and in the Couutica of Dccatur and Drar Sir: We have used the few orders must be managed as to promote the comfort of County,Florida and make applieatioa jjr Zcharge
V Glass and Stone Sold also by D. H. Attached are good stables, t y
: Crockery, Thomas! Oa.HOLLING of Island and other staple Cotton, a. Administratrix of
bales sea long George "VTJtB
;, in this line. Nash t Co. T :! ; attention is paid to horses. Terms "Bn.,late,
T7VERY >rticl usually kept A. N. il'lVER which ginned on Sea Wand Cotton Jefferson County, deceased.
t.-i. BAKEK, you say was your lnHichee; :eo. F any other Hotel in the country. A .
.. Tall aha arr. Quincy.January7 r I. Gin. JANE STANDLEY, Adnty
1 vidson, Q'liney A. is respectfully solicited.
; :
.:r'}.: ;f' Saddlery. 1354. 1 We rjpgrct in not having larger supply of this Pulw-ton, }fon'ticeUo.S C. BLESS. October 14. 1 854. 6mV n V

.;'. rgk Bridles Martingales, Girths, NEW YORK.! Cotton to pass through our works : a Inrger quantity v. 4. IS:.. October 28. 18 4. ly 43 Tax
._ v3H SAUULtIS Collars Ilames. Carpet S would enable us to judge more conectly as to the relative Collector's Sale. .
1 i ,. .f' Spurs. | & CALDWELL merits of Cotton Gin the common Y virtue of
i Bfi-llc Bitts. Stirrup Irons aud Leuth- your John Bnrgdurtr Court-InChancery. B the-power rested in me by taw f
B ijs/Valucs
tt '
0 .c.f. also String Leather Calf Skius, to, &c. SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A CO, roller Giit V } and wife shall expose for sale before Ute Cbnrt. House W
I''V.; .b. V., eta i With our experiments on the small lot of Cotton Sulathiul Grossman. ) and wife, at Madison on the second Monday m April :.the

..""k .,..' .. .' Bonnets. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, received,we are of the opinion that your Cotton Gin r MI E Defendant vs. } following described land or so much thereof as via

,4.I-, ;,' A'a. 20, OLD SLIP.May does not injure the Staple of the Cotton, and that JL.| uotillcd of the Duval. Admin- pay the State and county tax doe thereon tor the jnt I
;q .. Assortment of Bnnncts Wreaths and in- 13, 1854. 19 iy by 1854, and the incident thereto
:.t : V .t Vy there is an improvement in the evenness and cleanliness turnable e to a Justice's : W.Field etalj expenses ;to-wit: Tie
&c North half the
&e. of
:" kle ftowen, of the fibre, which will materially increase the the 13th of to affidavit that Joseph Northvestqueerofesittw, .
i COTTON-PLANTERISVV' see on appear by
.:. value of the article and reduce the cost of Manufac and plead to the Sarah W. Powell Eldon Field Thomas in towrship one North Range seven" Lat,purprvtalr. ,.
II pear
to belong to John Patterson. '
.. Groceries.1 are-ElO'\.1.Se. turing. Field defendant in this reside 5
: and seal, this 3rd day cause, .
.t'.,',-..'.- p- Coffee.01J Government Java. 0- However these are questions which can be more DO of the State of Florida to-wit: in I ROBERT McKINHY.,

i : RIO and Brown Laguira a! J Crushed Sugar, and TALLAHASSEE, FLORID, satisfactorily .nettled t by cxporimeiia on a larger 1\nv. 4. 854.: ,it is ordered that the said de October Tax Assessor and Collector for Madison Connlv,.,
Imperial 14. 1854. gm '
,1"10' -
scale and in order to this, we hope .n'
0 accomplish
Powder Tea. Goshen Butter you and answer, otherwise the said .
i ( Boda Green Crackers and PcpP Sau<. Old Wincliestr To Corrox PiaNTERS and ot/tert of tAi, and the adjoining will be able to furnish larger supplies of long staple Leon b.l1sball be taken pro eonfrtta against Wakulla Iron Works .

I : 1836. llose and Holland Giu,Madeira,Port I Counties in Florida and Georgia. : Cotton ginned by your Sen Island Cotton Gin. this order be published once a week ,

:--I' "'V.", and Whiskey Sherry Wine, Onions, llice' Tobacco and Soup "TR, the undersigned' subscritars, return to you Yours Truly, printed in the Middle Circuit of NEWPORT, 'TLOKIDA

-'I.4 It' .V Starch, Candy, Candles and Shot, Snuff in bottles afj'l' S" our most grateful thanks for the very liberal (Signed) J. J. DAVIS, Agent THIS' will be ( space of four months. THIS Establishment will be attended ia now in fall operstioL Ut

: .' :. bladders. Powder in quairter, half and whole Kegs. p tlOQ:13c which has eel) bestowed upon us, through Hadley Folks Co. Mills. all work done,with Sept. 16th. 1854.J. all work done with to with prompto,'nJ
.r neatness and
1I't Cider and White wine Vinegar White' Rum, Peach your'kindnMs, since we' have been engaged in the June 10., 185-1. 28 tf All kind tf'i rk ; WATLES BAKER Judge. dipateh.
-- : > s All kinds of work,tb W
., American Brandy, and Old Nee- Cotton Storage,Weighing and Selling Business in this Gin Attest:-HrG ARCHER, JR, Cl"k C Steam I'kJlitIW kfc
and Brandy,
3/ Apple DR. JOHN P. Gearing. Sugar Gin Gearing. Sugar MiD Circular
'.<;; .1.. tar Whiskey. city, and we again offer our services the ensuing reason Shafting Pulh-ys, : 4m 36. ,!,.An.-,.. T'ulljBv.,u.._, *M II'br S.w.-.....Karbotrr, ft
: FLORIDA. -- i c *, ,
TALLAHASSEE, U.IEJ u.ugCT j-icjcgn enu
at old etaud and that the minuter
our hope our duty'in
i'-j Clothln- performance of your business heretofore has been so OFFICE AT TilE COURT IIOUSi Castings &c.'Land.; also.. f''r OF THE eTNA INSURANCE CO Castings. At; alo. Sugar Kettle.,of any size, kepee.ustantly
constantly <
vn haud. All work don in such establishment
; ; black And colorc-; Clolh Frock and Dress discharged as to secure your patronage and influence Jauuarj-28: !1854._, ___4__ __ 1iluo'utill, be done ive Agent of fur the and above make Company insurance will be done by ns, witb a particular.0 irg&id.
"I : GEJirfl Sack in the future. i applications
Tweed Frock Very Respectfully.
1 .." ." Gentlemen's colored Notice. to the strength and( to the strength and durability of the work.
-i' Fire Brick and Frame
of all kinds with nn BROOME A HEIR. V on Buildings
.. w and half Frock Coats, Competent Competent Workmen in readiness to
V always put BJ-
S V Drawers Collars. September 30. 181).1.. S9 interested will take notice that six Ac ,
_. ."; MsortLa&flL of Vests, Punts, ShirU, t LL persons Engine, tc. Engines,: -
; t 1. first of this advertisement 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS.
) after the -
months publication Tcrnjs will be
,' II, V4 to..j 4s. c. New Goods. -- Terms will be h'bfral and all work dow strWtlj for-
I .' I inteud to apply to the Hon. Judge of cash or accepted
cash orders .
.:1t. Notice. or accepted no seme business Cm IIIlria.p1ace.
I VV t.. HAVE received Fall and Winter for from
just discharge
Hardware. my Probates of Leon County a my place. Liberal prices Tallah.vsee "
; 111 supply of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vcstings Ac. of the estate of William H. Brock- after date the or Quincy.
T?VERYTSING iwaally k.jjt in this line. Administratorship Bra-* undersigned, aJrainL-tra Liberal prices laid for old Iron.Copper and Ins..
; color, style and quality,which I am de ca estate Thomas Mill
.. every enbrough. All letters must be ( deceased, late o All letters must be addressed to
i ( paid)
'i./. ', ,. prepared to make up in the meat fashionable style, on ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGH, Adm'x. J. M. Florida,wi1t present his final account l H.POND A CO.

I,1I.: f',' UNS.-O Double Barrel Guns, varying fron.f short notice and r'eiisouable terms. June 17, 1854. 246inCheap March II, 1854. to the Honorable Judge of Probate for January 21.18S4 I Newport,Fla.
; and ask to be discharged.O. .
1 I ) 20 to *50. ALSO a general assortment o Goods.
:.i,'1:.t. 'lot Blacksmith Tunis.1R4.. A. LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF P. B. R MILLS. Administrator. Notice.
'"_-,1\_ .\;" ''t,-w t.1.. _. --- -.. 42 READY-MADE CLOTHING. THE Subscribers contemplaet in their LIVERY 1HO 1854. 32 6m 4 LL persons, creditors kgalees .entitled to dwtriJ.IL --

V Consisting of every garment suitable for wiuter wear, -Ae: _-a--- business a as new makes arrangement it to -' butioa or otherwic---____ _u\tfrrutA_'.__n_ In_ it__* Ydala_ .__f"
necessary Notice.
Curled Hair Mattraases. such as Cloaks Talmas, Coats, Vests, Pants., tc, dxx of their stock of Goods. This Stock '' Elizabeth Miller,late of MsJUon County FWvk deceased -
received:ou consignment a lot of fine,curled which will be disposed of at low prices. dinpoee present after the undersigned Executor of the I :are hereby notified to exhibit tbrirclaina awl
of Watches ot
eS&w JUST thing for lot of Plain and Shirt eousists of a good supply every description -: and Testament of Archibald Bui, late demands within two from tU date Lsrsof to tU
mattraMes, double or single-very A lo, A largo Fancy ', Collars. Jewelry, Fancy Good8, Cutlery, Guns, Plated THE years
Lot weather; which we win sell low to close. Undershirts. Cravats,Stocks,Hosiery, &c.Ac. other articles which '. deceased will exhibit account undersigned or the same will be barred; and all persons
and pledge
Ware they
fcBM'MW I ti D. LADD. Those desiring a thorough out-fit willconsult their numerous _ public, before the Judge of Probate for said indebted to the said deceased, arc. requested W,
themselves to sell to cash customers at greatly reduced ; for final settlement and :
apply a discharge make immediate
New Port July 15. 1854. 28 own interests by giving .me a call as all the above TOWLK MYERS." his large Brick of eaki Estate. payment to
V articles have been selected with great care,and witb prices. prepared to V JOINVL. MILLER Ailmioilralor..l8. .

_i i OJ" I yrlllsE ;NASH.t- ,CO. a special view to their adaptation to tbi. market April 115, 1854. 15Nails. He al..o has 8tta b 1854. DANIEL 6m BUJE 42 Executor. fndi-on C. R. M.d. Co..1 ov. .g4. |m' 4$

Dealers Drugs, Medicines, &c., JOHN PRATORIUS. smith Shop where Notice.
: ,
inform tbeir frteuO. aid the public tUt Oetober.21, 184.. 42 KEGS on hand, aud for sale low by Plantation work _and Rope. c.. IX months after date.I shall .
WOULD 100 in the best present r,'aal.
P / on hand n good assortment such New Goods! New Coots HEIR A llUST.. dispatch.very and ROPE furnished to regular cus I -7 count and vouchers to UM Judge of Probrtt.f

m : articles as are generally kept in their line of business Their ETTON A WHTTAKERre receiving pel brig August'19.18M. 33 __ November S. 1SS3. any quantity. D. LADD. \ Madison County a* AdmnMtratriz wilh UM wffl ss-

as .iv> and will be receiving ab1e.regularly&esh .rtpplies. B E. Remington, a general assortment of Good.,in 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. September 2, 854. ,25 :auexed of Levi Drew* and.ask to be- diafihaijWjhn. -
rme shall be rcuo ; said adlll ltiatico.
:'-4 14 Fall and Winter styles, viz: Subscriber offers for sale his Plantation
lying DR.
months LEWIS
vyjish.w4eApril9thl851. Black French Doeskin, Irish Linen. THE after ; MARGARET DREW,Adnttjnfcix.
and a half miles north of Tallahassee. Thereare .
r of the 14. 18 -t. Cm 41
French Cassiinercs Bl'chd and Br'n Domestics DENTIST
in Chancery's Sale. Fey in the tract, seven hundred acres of as good land late Jefferson ,
Master Fancy Tweeds, ,Damask Skirting, as can be found in the State-800 cleared and the and TALJ4I4SSEEFLL5 Middle Circuit of Honda--In Lam Ciradl'C.

b.t.e .virtue ole decree in Cluvncery, rendered on the Kentucky Jeans, Assorted Flannel balance in.wood. On the premises are a good Dwelling accounts of Probate for now inserting Artificial Teeth entire George N.Heir 3k James & Rust,") ,

.IMli day of November A. D. 18M, in Jefferson Plaid Unteyc, Carolina Stripes, house, Gin House and Screw with negro cabins Judge IS DW.and. improved principle, with Partner tiading&e., u H.ir. I Debt by Attach.M. .

.t,4_,,. Circuit Cu rt,wberein Asa May;administrator of Riciard Printed Fluimcls, V Manners do and all other buildings. To a good purcha.er,tbie charged.JNovemberll, lI :continuous gnms,from cue side to V the Ru.t. > ((HenLc
also of the estate of Caro- .Carolina
and do Plaids
B Cole deceased. Opera V is a rare opportunity. Terms made easy. 'Addressme I seam or crack,leaving DO place for the Joseph A.J. & J
V baa C*>K. deceased and Margaret M. May his wife, Blue.Denims, Canton Flannel, .J through the Tallahassee Post Office, or see'roe on Beesi food, thereby rendering them perfectly defendant and aft other-person interested

and said :May in right of hi. aid wife and as her next ,Drill,, Bed Blankets, tbe'premlseS: J. ELIOT. iu I restorjng the original contour of the face, 1,.wiJllab notice of the IMtitWn' the absv
;.j '' friend Complainants Alvin ijay and Caroline uth'bis Fancy Calicoes, Blue, Red&Ur'nBIaik'ta' June 10. t864 23 V WANTED detection. He win alttad to all calls in entitled suit by attachment and they art hereby rs-
4 infant'beirt oT Richard B. Cole, and Prin Negro Blankets ,
'tYie1..tuJ the English -- -- -- fur.FuIl Setts. Those wishing Full qnired to appear and plead to the declaratIon filed
erV; beTeJaants, I wiH sell j t public ootcry before theCotnH'BouM Printer! Velvets White Georgia Kerseys, LIVERY STABLE. Oct. 21.1884. all information letter. therein-dated 13th y.. ;1M4.HUGH. .
door in the Town of MonticeJo on MoodaVlbVlst Assorted Georgia Plains necessary '
Hosiery. To the Old in instance satisfaction. and S ARCHES, Jfc,Clsrk.
o every V
A. D/l 656,within legal
: January ,
day ; Heavy Osnaburg November18le4. .
Sm 4.
the time Term when called
land situate sod WILLIAM H. NE'VSQN Tnlius E. Cash or
1p V bonrl The following describe lying ", VUrinofthirts, ,
being in the County of Jefferson, to-wit: \ Draw., ,LD inform O. Office rod

p I 'Tb Southern part of the West bf of the Northwest Napkins. ToweU, V 'W nend*and the bts'k' attend promptly to 25NoUce. :New Fall and 'Winter. Goods.

quarter; ;of section U, Township 1, South of flange 4, Scotch Diaper. _ that bo may always be Occupation ,Acts of r

K containing acres; also low and i bait eighths All offered at the lowest price for cash or approved at the STABLE opposite the Jail ready to accommodate were settlers under !Vill .:a 1t iWItSONIs

: IvWtievtbe; Augustine Road and bounded by land. credit at the Store oneS door north lieisrs. HodgKuASoott >. them with Oarri.gelllnd Horses. f<'1'f3f complied with the indebted to the undersigned by ac .

? of*W ra.'Gxjnnim,'- Granlham and the estate of R. .. *Horses kept at livery on rthmmnble term.' oeiyed the PATeNTS : arejequerted to eotnq forward immedi- now retiring'from,theMm) .p Wso-.
4 V other tram or of land lying Ocl 7. 185(. 40'Copartnership tamed or attended to and other resale kin waal eoppljV. .-
r BVlJoIe J *1.6 one parcel tlT: Vacant LOts and Feed furnished f r Drovers either by cash or note; as he has sold v *
I. 'oontaiuuig- ur and a half Also claims Winter Good : aH ofwhkle.ee&Sed baser
: Win
: V on the A rnstb 'Road withfforsesandMules.V pro to close hi*.book *. soon a*pos- .
.Mrtbs.:1awwn fie the Harvey labEL aDd aim one other- Notice.' He will exert himself to'give satisfaction to his patrons Scrip Back Pay, & JOSEPH WBITE. New York aodpdreaaeBdeo tha. Javon*

tract or parcel of Iud Irlot PO UM i 19ad leading from undersigned bavott bought'out ths stand for- and solicit a share of the pebHo custom. terms. NOT.'IS, 1854. 48 terms many of them at. radoCMi ptiottv whieEwilst;

i' lfc leof K. B.Cole to Moo..leella of row eighths, THE occupied try'Jo'Wlrit,:a4'tJeatreville, Tallahassee,Auguft 28, 1854. 34 I able him to supply hk astaaun aad afi who. iaTfavour

mrt/ilBtng In all one tbotllADd.d forty .acre mureor Florida will eootiDoe UM _DIM voder the name t, lion 'for'Sale. him with a- eaH.either;fcr CMfe er.affre i

leatl V -. V.. % and style of Byrd A Combs where key are now of Plantation in Jeflenoa County;for credit at prfeee oertamly) a* low,MtWverthxatff.

3Vm tuMlow:-Ot half in one year, and the iering UM present stock at A reduced price. Wo solicit -. CoijIN& PRINGLE, residence of the late Rev.Wesley Ad house in this arty. TJtejrajartiaoDaistof -

.. t I.- other half from'data in two years the teem rate the of date egbtpercu.oC the sale to with b* UM patronage of the former customer sad others. IF1A.. O T O H. fll Address Post. one mite 01 Bay .'* MQL 'lying 'ou the Fancy&staple Dry GOOdiStItkIsT. ,, .

interest V A.'R COMBS 6. V to Newport,containing 400 acre, IjOOtA eUXl hea.S DnW SsslQ esnCVjeflaMfTtHardwara.
1.be premiML CHARLESTON 8.. '
1 -.id bl JDOI1cIcI" B. F. BYRD. '
V October 21.1854. necessary improvements,about 140 acre BadeBen; i t.
J AXES TUOKER. Centreville,October 26, 1854. $m. 48 ANY consignments of LONG and SHORT 8TA- cleared with Corn, Cane Potatoes Hogs, Hollow Warv ._ .
1 4 V Special master Chancery.. V_ COTTON, and other Produc vwill''owe* Great Bargalis ;
and Farming Utensils, with a good Su Crockery and Glee Ware, tra and 8teeI.
? ember 2. 1854. .. 6w 4'ZS Tar TarJZ! with their best attention. Reference be bad of .
k JT can i sold
Sw .,_ [One Door $ arranged, &e. and for the purpose Hate and Cap*. V.. LLthIr II.P.,
V_' .ale'any; quantity of Tar.-made by th.Patent JAMES N. LIFBOOVB! ,'Madi.ua' County, p'.R..EDuu, Division among legatees. Said Plan Bonnets.Tri ;eV>->M
Ac.' FOR E.M. \
: WI-I SJruS : This Tar,being entirely free V from IInygrit Qoincy, Fla. r ]MR i in eM of the test'neighborhood*tor UeaandBo1" 'r.t;1Vra .

: S r o1ra dJ". V _WorcestsTshire Saves V dust' .etc,"I 'the:'best in use for vessels iig.gUIC..i' .,September 'O-t 85(. ;V,39, "' '*m' is now opening citUtus a of Society in the County,and' within one On
Middle Circuit Lc
FreA tobetery V
'J Old Port : K AUGHT & ORMoND. V : Goods.and ld.Cburcb. tf.'I"IiwiJ&,1ft j :1''

Madeira, W .II Shad*' ruV NewPort; ,'October. 28.1864.: 41 r ae. Laces LadU'a a large Dr. wishing to purchase will call on ) .W" Joeeph'
Sherry, ,. ,' ''Clams; 200 GUNNY UAGSsthtaU&for. tAckinf Cot- dresses Capes,. ,on the place who. will show them. t. V Debt by .Altl li .
f< London Porter. 'HaUIbot, .Carriage*, ,Buggies' Harness_ ton HODGKI8S at
w Blotch AK I Sardmes r lale' "I'P B.'Ireka" August, 1,9, 1864. 13' Hits-and alao } Apply to either of the subscriber nnHE D &odaai.aadI' .
Cape, i
I Brandy Peaches, Tomatoe JUtehm* ,' "c"" .,.. J" other articles DARltfS WILLIAMS t. . .mtak.Mtiie :.Jf.r&t
4 fancy
S' Brandy Cbtrrles; W. H' j/PHE SuUcriUr hasjtut receirod Notice.J 'ABNER'WITHINGTON, f
f to being.'-Large =
(huvaJeJi7.V; 'IJpteea; JL ,Terjr large supply Carriages,Bug- >IIE TONNO TINCKNEY &V fl, 1844; IS.t ,.
4? t7 eo-partDenblp'of .tbi. stock is entirely >
do. rfria 3' H. gie anfl Harneas which he offers, for T "emLettl"BUGft h.
:) ? Currant i !i i i V CO.hating heed dlasolved, the suberiber willcootinue October 7,1884.

-- _i I. ...3r'4V J'QDhaceI; .,. Raspberry Syropi'Btrawbeny sale. on the moet,18,reaiaoable 1884 V terms.JJoreraber. 44 the .> V N ;. & SLUSSER, tr.N.. JIIN. :'''''', '.': V i _'

M 'Uingr'", 0 Letuou o -- FACTOBAGE AND COMBISSIOS BUSINESS I and Retail Dealer* :in 'Copper, V S .r.1'-.''

Sparkling Gelatine; V Gmgtr ." Bounty .Land, Warrants, on bit own aeooimt R. Q. PINCKNEY,Jr.. NOW receiving ron...B't.Japaned-Ware. 1Uib, .
\ .selected .
EJrtracU PineApyleCapera Office Noars CoJl J.CI Lc Wiutr.REFERENCEfl" I V 'ruz
,. rlavoring ., 13 OUGHT at tb Ig&&prk. aDd i .

S fioaiushOlfr, c u.. I Balad) 'Ill',' I.LI.) .4 or'tboM "bo ban not been .Pocur-I '' -G- : a department larger aad of more : ,Parior..:-w.-.= rI1
mij1bMtard.. ,. I tablilbticta1. 1 .y" ." I V : beeaAEee.d. rte.ived all Irftwne; "' .
BptrkBnf C5der; IKGEABAK ..Wzs F..u'eo :
: .trB1
Claret, lees amount than they were enrJtted to,let me bow sJM.aad BubWrT* Wili. n tt_ _.W
) }
4 Old Port Juice, 'OO fiT o
1I'.w..1 die
4 1'oLuM% ', it. ,Having bad Atorteon years>rperieneeia UM proseoution Befiken Caeee Port ; nabW" ..m4"pe&F. ". .iIt" !,
D. if.L 'AMES. ..
9 'U1I .
''''yay Hteart. aod Kitting of Gowromnt "daio, I under- Ob&rlestaS54elnber ;1884. ,.:11. KnemelUd.dsferwt : .' 1 ,_ : L, fl'R ".,_ I"

# November. n.: \.. ,C'.," 4ftM : V stand fully the way.and'maso.. getting tbTX rh the STORING AND. 8HIPPINQ I BUSINESS I ,, JWi"..L ."{ --'"J-i... .1. -. ,. -t_'S tV H, j' ttt'1: ,1i i Q" tl--: L .

;r-- ,i : : : Led&e.V: fariou. DepartmeaU ai r Waahingtoa. .I have b any :A?:'11f11' WPOKT.: V ', Gul4jwjth or ; .lor G TaJ. lIr'. 'Nn.Z!" IN.1- .-. .,... .;-III-
"lass.J.1e. videnc of J$ FI I4dI,4 t AUbacoa, S ,
lEt : poeMMrewrd Harrisim. Sbi4Sd x.a r '
.d Itm .
rfgi n4es iwlnm E
beside!efcutfa;Ca lia*aadT Mase* fFHKjwl OQ Ux I.'M'j i.
Vow Glaaa.saortid. 120 large Tari*ty of' Work of : '" : i.
I BON.S a..IiMWsIfyoa.bveany >JL i$D !IU braitobea,. diDgl"eU el 100 rioI.'f Master 1UU.of persa .p4 : 'v J .
lOO..bfl iV.. x..cI"uta... QuartsciJiMtec PeMlMjar Bounty despafchhjg wagon* '" V LI'tADD..' October U.-18g4' ..'ta.i1l tf.W{ : .l I, .tt; tr -: n
V -el
'. J 1eUv"LMOil. ,. lAud OUmM oaU fat:.Wo,ctarga jl I Wn w.lD Nw,8pteber2,14., ,M ; .' .lbsrn a .before, ponhawog' ".I'_. It
.. .
.1"I..i d H BLOOD., t'V : ; .d'-.
i- j -
Hides Wanted. 'f V4 =
.hIO.rIl2.imPakLt- ;ai .P Qt VV bbt..a- I bbk) ,N. B. P Peii4ai with onseUiedbosinew with himself <. small F B*<. AU- -eMIr artWea are Nd-- froai IrI7I ..ae'IV
'eo B5ebttd are,1Jai to. lilt withwt deiigatluy Drf at SaI'IUk1aoottero4 De t. FOUR 4tJL .
3H and
>t Copal Varnish; < A. 5000 r 89 a. material warranted efcrbla*
.Ln.lITaDOili BMtoa&VWbitak.i.84. e; .SkiDl fof,which Uu highest market twinewilhepaidb _
TTMikaretJl: ud retaiL. lte'oTf'r.KetII'I. houses on the eawa. ; e0flred for sale. > = .5 't .
1l ;
S JJf'uiCI .. :; ,J1.M.AMB5.. in Tallab H,'J'IL October /. V >. ,.D.CWIOL.l. October 14,1164.. & & 'I
4". 14,18W.
.4' t 4'fo. NuvenibeillISV4. S 1m ( :: 'i- i "
11.1864. .
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