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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 20, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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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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t BY DYKE & WILLIAMS. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA JANUARY 20. 1855. VOLUME VII-NO. 3. .. { .

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MESSAGE OF THE GOVERNOR will exempt it from taxation until the roads are completed a ,' *"". f f't.- viz: one composed of Judges Whose functions are "separate" from I this State, one Judge of the Circuit Court, who a reside in the : ,

fears thereafter. There is not a Railroad charter connected or to those of any other Judges, either Circuit or Chancellor, the persons Circuit for which he may b elete. and t.n lue i office for the j t! '

Qtturniny the Bill to be entitled An Act incorporatingthe be connected, with the State system that approaches this in point of! who fill such office, and possess such peculiar and separate attributes ten of six years from and first day of J&1 next succeeding !

Macon and Florida Railway Company" liberality.For must be elected by general ticketA his election, unless sooner removed, prorinooa of :::} ;

these and other reasons, which might be named, I return the Judge of the Circuit Court is not elected by general ticket,and this Constitution for the removal of Judges, by address o impeachment ; h h:: _'

I bill, and respectfully recommend its reconsideration.In yet bj the judgment and order of the existing separate Supreme ; and for wilful neglect of duty, or other reasonable .an ;t,

EXECUTIVE CHAMBER, ) doing so, I will not attempt to conceal my regrets. The connections Court, 8 also by the acquiescence of the Circuit Judges, he or theycan which shall not be sufficient ground for impachment the GOO 1 h,,:

January 12, 1 1835. \ I contemplated would be of.great consequence to us, and preside upon| the Supreme Bench without any constitutional aal remove any of them, on the adr twotr. of UM G .. t.a I': T l

To tho 11"". W*. F. RUSSKLL, nothing but a sense of duty could induce me to take the course qualification, claiming their so'e right through an enactment of the erl Assembly : Provided, however, the cu causes i '., Z[.

Speaker of the House of Representatives: which I feel that my obligations to the Constitution: and our common Legblaturewhose I power to confersaid right they disposed to deny. ta stated at length i such address, and etu thejournals of t i .

. Sis:-I respectfully return without my approval, a Bill entitled constituency, require. :And strange to say, each and every one of those Judges, Circuit andSupreme each House t And provided further, That t caus or causes I : K I :.
!
.'An Act incorporating Florida and Macon Railway Company." Very Respectfully, are sworn to support and defend the Constitution of the be notified t the Judge 1 mtend to b rove and he b I"1M; :. <
State. And constitutional admitted a hearing in own vote : 1
still the
The 4th Section of the 13th Article of the Constitution of this JAMES E. BROOME.The stranger whilst admitting right t bfor any t
of Circuit the such removal shall &c.; and that the Judges the SaprtOM
one or even two Judges to sit upon present Supreme pass i J
State declares: that No Bank Charter, or any act of incorporation :\ of his the Governor and the bill returned M shall .
shall elected the Acid
Message Excellency Court they deny it tothe third. They are therefore aptly termed"sep Court be in same manner, kc., and ( ,

i granting exclusive"privileges, shall be granted for a long- period therewith, was laid on the table. arat "Supreme e Judges, and the Court a separate" Supreme Court, I I their offices for the same term, and b subject t all the provisions o 1', .,N*.

than twenty years. I to distinguish it from a Court composed of Judges "uniting" the sid first Section : Provided I That the J ud of UM S :
t The 2nd Section of the Charter under consideration, declares that
Court shall elected & : r t-
functions of i
and appellate is in such sense preme b tcket"
r "the said Florida and Macon RailwAY Company, as such, shall haveperpetual original juristiction. I I :
I .
: The Justices of Court by the people of ;
f, the REPORT OF THE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE that the word separate Supreme Court" is to distinguish it Supreme wer : .
succession and have and exercise all right*, .
,, I enjoy, from the only other kind of Supreme Court recognized or known.- the State for the term of six years from the first of January, 1854, :

powers and privileges which Corporations may lawfully have. The OH the Amendments to the mil creating a Fifth Judicial Circuit in When such "separate Supreme Court" was created by the General which term will not expire until the first day of January, 18GO. W. ;'

:ti5th! Section provides that after the routes of such Railway and: and! this State. Submitted the house Jan. 13, 1855, and ordered to Assembly' the people voting by general ticket, elected! the persons declare it as our solemn conviction that each one of the abv quoted :.
branches have been accurately surveyed and adopted, a plat .
of the Constitution bas been totally (though wilfully, .
it '
be printed. composing! Should any future act .creating" such a tribuual be provisions s' .
thereof deposited in the Office of the Secretary of State, it shall not .
passed, it must be filled by persons so chosen. When the tribunalnow we are ready to believe,) disregarded in the instance aaa which wprotest .
be lawful for other Railroad to be built, cut or constructed in
any The have been but ,
:
Judges not only
existing is abolished and the [
or manner, or by any authority whatsoever running laterally The power of the Legislature to repeal the act entitled An act separate Supreme Judges what and have unhr ,' :
is not
any way : thereby cease to exist as such, the Judges of the Circuit Court elected iufinitely worse more unjust, they ,
within twenty-five miles of the route so adopted, unless by sailCompany &c., by which for the first time provision was made for a separate with in office with o .;
-
: the of their Circuits decide charged any or personal
people
by together, misbhaviou any
respective meeting
or with the consent (after indebtedness I has been paid,) Supreme Court, depends upon the other question, whether the act whatever. are complaints or ,
all beforeshown ther any
writ of quency
questions arising upon appeal or error, as I chre. aa
of majority of the Stockholders an annual meeting on a stock 10 passed was done in of the ordinary of legislation
a pursuance powers in their capacity of and under their commissions aa Circuit the Judges, either grave or trivial, those who seek to pun tem by >
1 vote : Provided, that nothing herein contained shall interlere wlt.1a or whether! the act was the exercise of a power purely niinisteial. removal from office, have t give the same utterance ; they a I, ; :

I, uj right" heretofore( granted to other Companies by any law of this If it was of the former character, then! like all other acts ol Judges.The argument sought to be made upon the mode of electing kept profoundly secret, so faie fa a the records of this General Assem ; ,:

,fate. I legislation, it may be altered or repealed.If show. This the of the character '
to
bly seems undersigned partake
These from the Charter lead to that it is Judges of a separate Supreme Court, leads to the inevitable t ; (
quotations ; me suppose it be true that the power vested by the constitution was! purely eoncu- of
sion that the act of the which the Circuit despotic cruelty.
designed to be of perpetual duration, and an Act of Incorporation min'sterial, the power ceased when the object was accomplished! by legislature by But when form in which the! removal sought to be effected is :
certain bit and writs of
cases, are required to on appeal error,
exclusive If I mistaken in this upon
granting privileges. am not supposition the execution of the '
; power.In considered it will that there has been the least
appear not even attempt :
amendment
is made unconstitutional (that of the 3d clause of the
no argument is necessary to show that the provisions of the bill determining the character of the act performed by the Legislature I, the 5th article alluded by to.part to regard these provisions of the Constitution ; not even a decent "

are in conflict with the Constitution of the State, and leave me no in the passage of the act in question, it will not only be proper to for has been There have been 1'.
respect appearances !
The Court at its first session that.tie clause in obsre.
alternative but to rctuVn it to the House in which it originated, with but essential to a correct decision, that the amendment to the Supreme decd.d no articles of impeachm&it preferred Hou of Representatives .
the act the constitutional, and te .:
creating Supreme was
separate '
my objections.I fifth article of the Constitution, passed by the Legislature the first
form of the
and tried before the Senate, nor any :
After
that the Circuit could sit before.
addrt'f
would glidly confine them to this single point, but a sense of time in 1850, to be taken into consideration. Judges constitutionally as the removal of the ,
Governor, Judges by ;
this decision thus made the amendment submitted the demanding "
duty requires me to call the attention of the House to other features By the third clause! of the fifth article, the powers of the Courtare and the ,st.'con,1'ote of the was General Assembly.to Hadit peo I 1.v..v. The process adopted is a simple act of ordinary legislation tat notwith .; I".
pie, by
vf the bill which are objectionable : vested, and its duties are to be performed by the Circuit Judges adopted the ConstitutionthattheJudges"shall '

, The General Assembly have recently passed! an act for the encouragement for five years, and thereafter until the Legislature should otherwise been intended to do away with the exercise of "plelnte powerby stn hold ingtctxprss1nguageof offices" of six years from January, ".
Circuit Judges, the legislatures which passed thr ln 18 I
of liberal of Internal in this
a Improvements
system provide. i
carried into execution the will hold
would have the law and have left it de. this act Judges tei t i'
not to be
State.; The 24th Section of tho "That branch road directly repealed -
act provides, no The Supreme Court and its defined was created by the unauthorized fiat deCres ewhich .
powers few
only a days over one by an or ,
void forced construction of the latter of the 3d clause year
by a part
( the mainline of Railroad for this between the
rom provided" by net first and second clauses. cared seeks the of the :
to repeal or nullify meaning :
waters of Pensacola or Escambia Bay and the junction with the The third section of the amendment before referred to, uses the amendment to article 5. The same Legislature which requiredthe tion. We do consider this revolution express in its most alarming for.COnt- ".
Circuit Judges to sit on appeal, &c., framed the amendment.Can .-
Florida Railroad shall be made the Northern line of
to
Boundary following language : of of the Government and destroy ,
is
this State until that part of the line between the Suwannee River That whenever the General Assembly shall create a separate it be supposed they designed to make void, in the exercise of an attempt the one and department character of t crs -."

I end the Florida [Railroad: has been constructed. Nor shall any such Supreme Court," &c., &c. It also says-The Judges of the separate the power given to them to alter the Constitution, the law which they department} separate The Constitution independent, (Article 2, Clause 1,) cooria ; t'. ".
in existence ? A construction such that if tt
Branch float
without the consent of all the Companies owning the several por. enable us fully to understand the extent of the power possessed by contended for would involve a gross absurdity ; and yet argument vided into three distinct departments and each of them confided a .j.; ;

tions of the main line, and without the approval of the Trustees of he General Assembly; over the subject under the Constitution, as it made as to the constitutionality of this law, or so far as it depends body of magistracy, viz: Those which are Legislative t ; ;
the amendment separate
clause of t
the of the of the 3d
language proviso
the Int Improvement Fund. The State, in providing for a State tow stands let us suppose that up to this time no separate Supreme on If the one ; those which are Executive to another; and those which A !i, ,
system, had i a right to require that our own connections should hemade Court" has )been creatt'd." That up to this time the Judgeslave to article 5th, leads inevitably to this result argumentis Judicial to another." Article 4, Clause 1, says .The Legislative ,' :. t "
and it authorizes such conclusion then all the acts
i a ,
before we made external connections wlu-li might destroy! our been vested" with the powers and have performed the duties! a good one power of this State shall vested in two distinct b n.cle b
II y tcrn. It was Keen that if the Middle and Western! Districts; threw and the General Assembly) has not otherwise pioviiled.) Suppose at of the Supreme Court when composed in whole or in part of Circuit the 5th Clause 1, declares that "the JUdl power of this : .. ;i :

tlifir! business off on an Atlantic port in :m"tb"r3tate: the road between 'his session a bill such as the one on the statute book, providing for Judges, bitting in pursuance" of the act entitled "An act to organizethe State Arlct\ matters of law and equity, shall be vested In & Supreme i :: : :
Court &c., are vu:d. What lawyer or Judge is there 110t t ,
Suwannnee and the Sty John's would be constructed. "
never the election of separate Supreme Judges, should be passed. .uprt.'lc &c. Each of the Government is I' "
department .
It was therefore, provided that that connection should be made before If the power confided to the Legi.-l'.itun> \va< purely minis'cri.-il, who will be hardy enough so to declare? The present Supreme for wise COUIt", and must exist as long as the Constitution edur crt .: .

any Branch to the :Northern b..'m !'ary of H).rida should boImilt. not capable: of being reconsidered or recalled, then no bill ,'uuhIJ'l' Judges have held the law valid. They have called in the Judges of There} must be a Judicial well as a Legislative and Executive de ., ; '

Again, it was supposed} to be highly proha1.It'tlaLt. the Road t-d (as can be done in other (case:,) repealing such( law. I put the Circuit Commit to perform the duties! of the Supreme Court, when The ultimate powers a of that department vested ,
) brt J \vt'i) the junctio with the Florida Uoad( and Pensacola! Bay he' necessity provided by the act arose. Thiy have permitted such pu'meut mn 4
;his ( :t.e; to get iH of the argument upon the mode in which sep.tate in one Supreme Court. There must be department; ;
Mould lit constructed I by M'ventI Companies' and a Bram-ii. to Gene SujiuMiie; ( Judges are to be fleeted. Will any one pretend that Judges to c'xef.ie amid llarc with Ihl'l. the powers of the Supreme the powers of that department must a : vested a ChiefMagistrate. ,.y .'

f.:h by either of the mos.t Western might; bo injurious to the Fastein, the Legislature'! under the ciiciimstances put, could not uyi-al such Court This{. was not .nll without u-hVction. I was a question i supreme. The Governor can only be b from .i office by i! ;

*nd it WHS therefore }p-ovided that no such branch ,,1IoultllI1' conruncled ni act t'l'iking t mooted al TallahaSH-d by the Judges of the Supreme Couit No two-thirds, on impeachment. The remo\"e e ( i q $
member of the Bar bay, lea"-t expressed a doubt the sub of \bolsc i ;
or at
west! of a certain 1 point even after the connection : upon t
east was it for that ch
the Governor of
granted no t F!! power would have exited; un- cannot be removed from by any act ,
tin'le. without the consent IIf f all the Companies on thy Ii I In -! Il'r! One of the Judges suggested the 'ut'stinlnnw raided, lttier te Lgsat. )
in' atti tinConstitution as it originally: read, would not the late! !ui irge .if it'c. The Judges can only be from their offices by 'j'1
;t onf tli?** Companies might : into the lauds of thusinterested! ] in within the proviso of the :3-1 section of the amendment to the fifth t
pass : shall create a separate Supreme Court, materially change t the! any more than the Chief Magistracy of the State, and tlse 't
withdrawing! the trade from our lines, and/ ;\S:1I1r' l such diversion wo'iM t'instruction if that contended for had been obtain*.d ? It seems tone article. No action was taken at Tallahassee, because no .ccasionwa ; Judges, unless removed in pursuance of the Constitution, are entitled :. ,

t i'jijiiir: tae t'r.'lrit.of. the Irate:sal Improvement Fund it was fur that the language used in the aii.emlmerit is expre.-: i ite of the presented l for it, but at Marianna at the frt session held there, to hold their offices during the whole term for which they wet elect ;.

t trirr: provided that no such branch sio'rl. I be made: unless>! approval J'.illest: }power in three! General .1.,seutbly. The word t i-eii rnnv be bv the present Supreme Judges, they proceeded to cul'on the Cir ed by the people, and commissioned by the Executive. Legislature ; w.

r by the Trustee* of the Internal Imp nvtn"tit Fund or M majority of received as recogiii/snpihe I existence of the power and Ignnng{ 'tu itt, cuit Judges to >it, without calling for an argument question can abolish or discontinue it for one moment, there is t nothing ..' i

tIClTlal'! !oi w !'ce. that before making a branch to the :\Northern I exercise, or they may give the power by implication, not \\isfing: to.Ierin' or pronouncing any (public opinion on the subject The constitutionality to prevent its abolition forever. If the Legislature may turn out of y

l,oun-Ury ol t this State, the road from Suwannee East had to I l-e fin' authority from the Constitution for :any power claimed underit II the law was cft'lIt..t unquestionable and so :Ictf'c upon. It office the Supreme Judges, s may they turn out the Chief '' 1

i iiSwl! the! Companies' ; on the line had to consent, and the Board of by implication, where there is language expressly delegating: the i is to s-.ippos d I that if the Su,; remo Judges haJ entertained a rational trate; for those departments are alike created by the Ma ;

Tru,le-s of the Internal 1 Impiovcm Fund had to approve.TlivSA /, authority I or recognizing its exi:-tcnce. I prefer. m what tivns k be : doubt on the subject, that they would' have expressxd it, and filled by the sovereign people. This is the doctrine of the Constitution ., t j'

checks secured the State connection, enabled e.-u-h Company: the warrantable and natural conclusion from the lay U! l'U- have nought the aid of the Bar in the discussion of it. -it is the doctrine of genuine Republicanism was the doo- ,:', :

to (protect i iU own interest and enterpri/es and the Trustees to pro I I that the Legislature and tho people' who through the gn.igc Legislature> The Judges of the Circuit Court when called on to perform the trine of the Republicans in 1802, with Mr. Jefferson at their Le t i H.f.

f ifct the interest of the Internal Improvement Fund. Thus guarded, adopted the amendment, having the Constitution before them! for con' labors impose 1 by the act, in itself arduous and unpleasant, by their The Republican party in Congress, in 1802, acknowledged I 1- .

;.,. the jCner3hill\ pasted and became a law, and is believed to possessthe !! sMeration and revision, deemed the authority conferred on the General obedience to the cat!, and by their assumption and exercise deemedits of the Supreme Court could not b aibolibhed,nor the Judges removed from .* : .
evidence that
energy necessary to sect/re/ the construction of our whole system Assembly, not purely ministerial but legislative. Ti e languageused functions assigned them. hy the law, gave they office, by an act of ordinary legislation, because the Court icu established t, .,
I
constitutional. .
,
,r of Roads. "when the Legislature shall create," is a declaration as strongas requirements! by the Constitution, and the Judges held their offites by a :
: The
';. hy the Charter under consideration. Its 9th Section provides : The amendment is provisional. It provides how the Judges of a of the law. They have appeared Supreme Court when much beyond the power of Congress a the existence of I-, ';I ,
the bench of it, and have Cog ;
have
Circuit place on
thatthe Company may survey, locate and construct a Railway from separate Supreme Court skull be elected, when a separate Supreme tl Judges occupie a was beyond the power of that Court The same is even mor ob :.t t a
their decisions
any point at or near Cedar Keys, or from some point on the line of Court shall( be created. When an instrument makes provision cognized their right t so, have respected as viously true in this State, where the Supreme Judges are elected ;, ;

the contemplated\ Railway from Cedar Keys to Amelia Island on the against, or in the case of the perf 01 malice of an act, it is tantamountto law.In the people themselves, just as are the members of the Legislature,ex '. ;' .li
of the law the
Atlantic coast, thence to the north line ..f the St-ite: in the direction an express: admission that the act may be vftinned, then it is m ssumed the' face of all this authority, and in has support but little forestablished cept that the latter are elected by the people of the Counties or Dis !;"i: i'I

of)' Macon, Georgia, with such ,Branches as the Company may think that the person or persons alluded to, have the power to I per. lan who seeks to open the question anew, and respect is '! I tict and the Judges are elected by the people of the whole State, I t t

proper to construct, which Railway or branches may be construct- form. How it can i b.. admitted that the language quoted is a precedent, for all cotemporary exposition, careess by general ticket in the language of the Constitution. But this j ';r
part would from decision f"
*d with at many sets of tracks, side tracks or turn nuts as the Prcs- of the Constitution, that reference is had and provision made against of the injurious consequences which ensue a Legislature, as if above the Constitution, have. argat the right toremove :

IJtlJt!r and Directors may deem necessary and in such a manner as to an exigency arising from an act of the G.neralssem1Jly creating" such as that contended to be mad the Judges from office, with as ceremony a if the ., S. "
the solemn acts of the t
of most
I secure Roadway not exceeding two hundred let in width, and also a Court, and then argue that the Legislature i did not& create it, seems The effects wlll,1 In undue some and to create Court was its creature and subject to its will.and pleasure. ; r : '

to construct, a Railway from some point between the Choctawhatchie to me so contradictory in terms, and so much opposed to reason Court to reopen litigation, to disturb vested rights a We consider this not only an unconsttutona and high hade -:_" tJ.I+

t And ApalachicoU: Rivers ; thence"Tho and common sense, as to render argument against such want of confidence in nil Judicial acts. measure, but one which, if approve wi prostrate the rab # :". .
position fifth
third section of the article
branching powers of this Company are guarded only by the thrown away. The mere statement of it defeats it We would further remark, that the for the creation of of civil lbery. We tis as a unintentional attempt by F. f ;
32nd Section, and that the of the Board of entitled i of the amend-d Constitution, provides a separate the the Legislature consolidate their and .
only requires. consent The act an act to organize n Supreme Court, &c., &c., Whenever the majority power, perpetuate : I
.1 Trustees to enable) them to go to any and every point in the State. was j penned at the same session of the General Assembly when the i Supreme Court, and uses the following language : Court Chancery their supremacy over the rights of the minority and the Constitu i .f :

.T l'be necessity for constructing ihat portion of the road lying between amendment of the fifth article was|passed for the first time. It passed I General Assembly shall create a separate! Supreme or non, by destroying the independence and purity and impartiality of the : : .s

the Suwannee and the junction, in advance of Northern branches, is the Senate on tho 6th January, 1851. Passed the House December I Court"'t'his of the State Judiciary ; and if it be countenanced by the poplt we believe that oar : 1

wholly disregarded. The interest of the Companies owning the line 20, 1850. The amendment to the Constitution passed the Senate ; lange clearly) indicates intended that the not people to confer creative, speaking Courts will ultimately become subservient stong party,or par -, !

between Fousacola Bay and the junction, is not represented. These on the 23d December and (House 13th December, 1850. I Constitution, leave only its exercise to ty in power ; that we shall be governed by factions; at liberty ,'f ,

great interests, State and individual, are at the mercy of this subsequent The amendment to the Con"titution8.S drawn and penned before power upon the Legislature, but also to entirely) and equality"} will become empty sounds; that the'ambitious and i

Company, with no restriction except the consent of a majority the Supreme Court bill became a law. Both matters before its own election. powerful will"old in their hands the destinies of our State { that the lr ,
were
nl five Trustees, who are changing by election every two and four the.General Assembly The Supreme Court bill was a law The words whenever the General creative Assembly,conferred must necessarilyrefer the minority will indeed have no rights ; that the freedom of speech and J : s

years. With such an encroachment upon our system, it is not probable when the amendment was submitted to the people as is required to the future exercise of the power upon of conscience, and the rights of life, liberty and property will depend r '
hy th exercise of such before
that we could raise money for the construction of our East and publication in the newspapers. It was a law when the people votedto Legislature, and cannot sanction power upon the caprices of a fluctuating majority df the Lgislatr; that ?
'V es' .'ad.Againthe. the Constitution bestowed it. But notwithstanding this section of servile and like those '
Courts dependent t'
'- adopt the amendment The whole subject has then been before our wi b ; revolutionary .,
made of the fundamental
Charter give exclusive privileges for twentyfivemiles the competent authority. The language of the amendment the amended Constitution was not a part France Robespiere, and like those of England under the Ta*

on each aide of all line and branches, so soon as the routes ed by the General Assembly who framed it, (and which General; assert.Assembly 'taw until 1852-a separate Supreme Court was organized in 1850.Now dors and Stuarts ; and that the Legislature of Florida will become .
and of the amended
adopted ad would ask do the provisions requisitions '
arc surveyed and a Ui deposited in the of the the we practically as omnipotent as the British
Office the
act 1tt t
of State if ? I passed now sought by present General Assembly Court created before the amendment I ParHament
Secretary ; and locate branches witts exclur and the Constitution apply to a Supreme These are not the suggestions of h ntE'd ?,but we fear .
in ever y Section of teState, does i v e privileges to be repeal,) adopted Hy (people, declares in terms beyond to the Constitution referred }io was ratified by the people ?- imagnaton l t !
not require even the eonlf'nt of question that the "separate Supreme Court" is in existence when they may become sober and solemn great outrage yAupon
the Board
of trustee
It is Then is there now in existence no Supr me '
road only the actual Conat rut't Ion 0 f th e the amendment is so adopted, and such language used, a creation"of Clearly not separate section the the Constitution, upon the Cou and upon the rights of the I : ,
which their under the 3d of
to consent is necessary nut this is not all., 7.here I the General Assembly. In our opinion, this declaration ol the Court A contemplated to be organize people, shall be edvhere security ? The approbation f...
lines be I have under the ,
secured and
there is Constitution arid If Legislature ,
may as no time specified for amended of the of such act would indicate a destitution of that rev
a commencement I. people made as provided in the Constitution is th. highest people an 1
or completion of the work on any one of them, they tation. It is the law itself. The Constitution itself declares interpre the Constitution R it originally stood, the clear (jiower to provide for erence for the organic laws of the land .-the prmar expression of I.t I
'Z I may be found to be i in the way of those who would not such an organization. -Mvhich is the C ',! I
will of the
but build the roads. We only locate Court to be created by the Legislature. The' people speak in the B. C. POPE, the sovereign sou every hstb. ,
require our pop
system of roads to and without which were .
cOIn. Constitution The separate Supreme Court" when created" by Chairman. tion, ever ever "i t .
thence in fouryears and finish in right, and I can see no {, characteristic of is found written '
reason The liberty
It\ why the General Assembly, could only be created by them in exercise of greatest Ipublem a JJ,
Charters should be limited
not and
; especially is a limit into and '
the
impor- their Legislative, their law-makntg functions. They create" the Constitution, dividing powers government separate
., tot when there are exclusive privileges, with authority to charge Court by the passage of a law. That law the General Assembly distinct deprent the functionaries of each of which being alone y k

*"J rate of freight, that the Company may name, as in this case. may repeat' PROTEST t and to tlie people. These separate departments ,
te
With a Company so disposed, the J could build one road, locate The argument made against the constitutionality of the of people's government 4 wisely designed .t-i,
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Branches repealing JJfinority agalntt Amendments to the Act to establish a Fifth to.oprt ,
in such a way and to such an extent as to prevent competition act by those who profess to be tender of trespassing the Of a tA said Amendments designed as wholesome and salutary restraints upon each other. '} ,
upon reserved in State
so far are
Judicial
charge extravagant freights, and no remedy could be CirC'Ui tli ( the of the Executive department is designed check .-i
ap.plied rights of the people, consists In the assumption that the act now Office present Judges of the SupremeCourt veto aa a necessary .
before the House constitutes a Judge of the Circuit Court t remove from th npon hasty or inconsiderate 'The Legislative power ef ,i
a Judgeof the duties .f
discharge
: Another objection be found in the fact that in andio Judges t th oj and removal, l leg8lauon members i I '
1 may granting alrnaU the Supreme Court. That thereby that part of the 3d 1 clause of .n this State. impeachment by of two-thirds of its '
[ Sections of land for six miles either side of the road and th Supreme -or and check the Executive and Judicial I
branches on the amendment to the 5th article, which provides that "Judges of o is a wise salutary upon departments t

I the Board. all of State lands are embraced, whereas in granting lands to the Supreme Court shall Ira elected by general ticket," is Indirectly undersigned, members of the present General Assembly,haying to restrain or punish all manner of corruption, usurpation of t .

: General Trustees for !purposel of Internal Improvement, the violated the Judges of the Circuit Codrt not being so elected. Te against the amendments to the Act establish a Fifth Judicial power, or even mere worthlessness and inefficiency ; and the ultimate t: hilt;

1 the general Assemblyonl bill 1 """"fp" 81 i. shown In Section 29 of The simple answer to this objection is this-that the act before Circuit in this State, so far as said amendments. are designed to remove and most important power, df finally deciding upon the conatton. L
to
f1I l to grant alternate Section of swamp and overflow. the House does not create a separate Supreme Court, nor continuethe from office the present Judges of the Supreme Court, and to alt)of legislative enactenl possessed by the Supreme Cor \, m J I

t i that it conformed any to subsequent the barter ; and this only' on condition one created. It abolish s it Therefore, there is nothing in the appoint the Judges of the Circuit Courts to discharge the duties ol f wisely designed and restrain those rash and ieoa- jar. x ii

o f constructing. the road,provisions and' of that general act in the manner act which makes the Judges of the Circuit Court Judges" of a the Supreme Court of this State, being about to separate, perhapsnever crate, and sometimes harsh and tyrannical legislative acts,wJ hf r

sides pen' does not so conform drainage, &C' The efcrter under con. ,ra" Supreme Court, and consequently no effort !is made to to meet on this theatre again, .nnot consistently with a sense of been the grave of goo governmet liberty and order, a ages

lrtnd was not 10 reserved in its (, and therefore' the power to grant with an office by act of the General Assembly, to which duty to ourselves, our constituents Constitution of our country and nations of history given any I.ecount This system

Another avor. they could be called alone by a vote of the people voting by general close our official duties without uniting our humble voices, respectfully of reciprocal checks and balances of power, w cherish t
objection be found '
mal in the extraordinary exemption ticket They remain of Circuit Court. Their in solemn Act, unconstitutional as among tlie very dearest and most valuable principles of civil
from Tau Uonenjoyed&. bytbil Judges th commissions but protest against tis a -
Company. trl' and constitutional republicanism. Destroy this bulwarkof
they
great
take liberty ;
the
hundred
may one remain same-no new ones are issued thorn alarming.
They
years to are unjust
and for thirty-fly.complete: the road after if the.v desire, .and during all that time' as Circuit Judges, required to perform ,h dutil t" and are" vetted, The Constitution provides .that on the first Monday m OcobJ, liberty, and the government will soon as it were run into'one consolidated i
years thC'irrropert, is from and : mass of despotic power, in which if f
u'checke
aawl i I' even provided that In exempt taxation, with the powers of the Supreme Court. In( the year one thousand eight hundred fifty-three, unrtae
the the and
gtrerel, act shall case UnitE States by fpecial or The 3 clause of .the amendment referred to is altogether in reference first Monday In October every six years thereafter, !there shall be I tho weak and helpless a upon strong pw
land I
grant for the ue of this Company where the voice of truth and justice ia silenced forever.
the the Judicial Circuits ol f Ae
State to a separate Supreme Court WJicu there i h such a tribunal, elected, b? the qualified electors of each of I t.




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y.nT-imfppiiiin furit,i obvi'.His that ift the! Legsdature: ;may; ; usurp one the election of three separate Supreme Court Judge! The Circuit: l.is tide, :Ir.fl'as one of the staff of Gen; Florida Conference Appointments. Officers of the Grand Lodge.-
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,1 fuVm.itter How small nnd "( and Uun Consti. could have corrected him.SulHce .-. ,Below furnish l listjof the At the late, BesaSon
r Mngle, imwirTa: power nltlgnifie-ant. Court Jndgeifwerc then by the letter | eenlle.of..thc JACKSON, easily wo a appointment t' r UUio. ,,(rAIl ,Lod l2e

it nny tiaurp all, a::d exeici. absolute power; for tution, exempted from the further discharge of the duties of the Supreme it to say, Gen. B. bore testimony tcthe I of the late Florida Conference for the present time following officers .w ro el-cted for j tfj: I
I Court and there i h not one word ff) authority i in the Constitution .
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Whatever link jou trik1.. truth of the speaker's statements, and thev }*ear. ensuing year : I

:I.; Tenth or t ten thousandth: breaks the chain alike." I the contrary for the, rince legislature that time again the imposing people 113'cnken that duty,, upon attav them.!from the On certainly were at great variance with those 01!r It i is elated: that the Missionary collections Samuel;'cn. 1. A. Shine, Grand Master,

Tli'1' utkderMgned also\ protest t against so much of said: act :under-- Legislature the j power of electing as nil the Circuit as the Supreme historians, and he related much which has nol amounted t6 over 1OOO. Bcnezet, Depnty GrAnd Master:

4 fltI.'t! to command? the Judges of the Circuit Courts elected as thwy Court JnI1 I'R. But if thu feeble pretext of'an argument for the yet found place in history The speech well I The next 'Conference is to be }held at Bainbridge lion.\ F.II. C.James Barret Junior; Senior GrandW{n'Vm.
IIII'l'l1 for\ paiticidnr term by the people of their respective Grand Warden '
a of the Circuit Court Judges to the Hench
j>ower appointing Supreme and' hope that a call I Ga'Jallahassee
deserves publication, we Dr. John B. Taylor Grand
Circuits hereafter% t to discharge: tIll'(!lutil's of the Supreme Court, re- needed fmther it might be' found in the simple consideration Secreta/
exposure
,|)uMble and arduous as those duties lI"(. This we r'gml4 a J that it proves a great deal too much to be true, for all l truths will be made upon Gen. C. with that view. District-S. P.RICHAHUSON, P. E. Hon. Thomas Hay ward., (hand'rrp3'Y'R '.

I t most undisguised; and\ unblushing attempt, to wrest from the) )hands of ;| must be consistent with each other.; If, for instance, it were true that Among the many striking incidents with I Tallaha9.ter-J. C. Anderson; ev. E, UT.. Blake .Grand, Cha ,

L(1( the peoplehatthey Tiavo chosen not to dt-legatc to tho! I.q, i..Ilulr? the Legislature may now rirhtful1commnnd and require dio Circuit which the address abounded) we mention particularly Leon Circuit-J. II. M. Gardner and James the The Grind following l\f4stcir appointments. ,were hiat1e i L";
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yr to -auy other derailment of the gnn'rnllwnt-tlll' power appoint-' I Court Judges to discharge the duties) of the Supreme Court, because disclosinghow the intelligence' O. Branch, '
one as !
;s4j i'lg the Judges' of t ti'i'! Supreme Comt. If for the pake of argument J they say .the Legislature once required that duty at their hands for a Colored Mission-J. Peeler, James L. Mos-Iey, Grand Orator
of the invasion of XcOrlt.ans was comma* S. B. Stephens Grand I.eetJrt'i'1
.%;1? it Va* conceded! an it am not be, that the Li-gislature might remove IJ i iiL Ignited pl'l ind, would it not be equally true that thewime-Lrgislature QninnJ. R. Plummer, 1
Coijit without obhening of the conis nieated to Gen. JACKSON. We refer to this; i M. Whit Smith, (Jrafid Lector t ;
of the Supreme any Gardner;
c..Ju cs might require, on the same: ground, that the three separate Supreme (ml.wlm-I' ni
rt. fn iu-I or requirements of the Constitution, we ask, )because ill* tll(' I Court Judges whom they once required to fill the Supreme Court, because it gives to Nnow NothingUm" such Nmtlh GatsrenG.. Child, DIstrIct, .

;\ Ji igllt! of the people to know, 1 by, what pretext or color of light the shall for that J'l'o*on come forward now and fill the same offices, in n h?:IYJ blow. As briefly as wo can state; Wakulfa-.. Peeler, Joseph Moore, Grand t Lecturer S

: J."gM.itnre arrogate to themMivesthe) 1 power of appointing Judges! of preference( to those elected by the |people in pursuance of the amended and from our understanding of the narrator JJoillbridgc-T. N. Gardner, District, 1cCrante .
E. D. W. Grand
the Supreme: Court, when Constitution, plainly: declares: that: the 11 i Constitution i Hut in point of fact: tlie Legislature never did .'tn1'1'1' Ageiii Am. Bible Society\\ Choice. Lecturer, 't:
} he said mum ?uhstance-A largo quantify of cotton erri Dis'rict,
Judges of this tiibutyd shall be 4'1t'l't"lll by the cIlllIifil.1"u1Ui; : of the that
: time Circuit Court .hlll es tn act liS Su1sreno Jlltlgl'S, t11- .,
) done ask that time had accumulated in New Or- Ma-llson IJi.'fricl-R. II. HOWRKN; E. John G: Park; Senior Grard!
., a whole State, gen'ml tickel / I If this may be we why I llICiritV 1mil1 h'n expressly given by the t'01\1titlltiou, and notl'y. at Dencon,

,...di/o ,.fl- .iYi.iv not the I inM'itr.real.-o r.fePitme theappoii.lment[ of Chief ,:.Magistrate I the I.rg-hb'Ilrf'' who ollly had: tIle pmwr to tl'rnlillate the authority: sntn ':rn", presenting a peculiaily inviting objectto Madison"$. WYmdberrv 1! J. T. Bernard, Junior Grand! Dcaeon

' .z 0 of the State, who i is alfo by tJie Constitution elected the qualified :H't, hy t/lerrisr ;iruriilizg" for the election or 'lJa'atl''lIl'rl'1IIl' ( (the speculator ii Liverpool. Tho expedition South Madison; .l-li.uioll..J. )r. N. Low, 'v. 'S. Harris, Grand P 'r$IJrvtnt' '

tf the \\hole State, "by general ticket Or why not is ii Mon'ifelliJ. W:; RhodeAarilla ", H. 1'. Worker, Gnir.d Maria! ',
dJ, i! voVrs < may Court Judges, and having thus nllll'r\\i ie pro\ided( it nut : tlt'power "gflins-t; New ( ileans was secretly fitted '
.It, Ihe! present Legislature just ave:: die |'KMiplethe trouble, electing the of the Legislature, without a changeof tho Constitution, to re- Colored JMillllGritiu, George .$I liter, Grand Sword! Hearer'
"; and tlu-ir \ nit: i.i Un', f)00l A mercantile )house in that lmllilm3.. A: McCo.ik, I Joseph! g.1.1f, HUglt ( l!
members! of tin- next (;h'lrr:11ssItIIII appoint own >uc- impose the Circuit Court Judges the i powers and duties of (the! HKerGrand; Sfctf;
(,,' !U'S: ; nut iideel: if any of the members whoso term of office is upon Court. city wa* let! into tho! !('re. of HI{' expedition.No Combifl-J. M: Hehdry, ants, .

; v2b: .fr vet nnexpired, shall hapivn to be unpopular with the! present inajoriiv Supreme The undersigned' therefore, protect against the Act in question, on ""lIllt:1- entei tained of the! success: of Kinrar.ner MissionT -If'l; $.h ipjIied: (1, AI. Bray, Grand: Tyler.

' ; ; iv. why. mav: thev! not then }I e removed from ollico without charge or both the) grounds hereinbefore set fCII tit, namely, : Against the ligl.t oftho tho! Uiiti-h army-the! rapture! of NcwO'Icansthe ( Xnrntinsri'le J. Hich.tnl; ".- a .
and'others lill their whoso nroved and Aftic/iiift Colored Mission: -J. I.:)l'rr-; Officers of the Grand
notice: appointed to places, principles may (;l'lll'ml"I''m1.1' to remove Judges trillion eaii.\; of Louisiana and the Chapter.
acquisition: : : ; ,
# lie, more suited to the tastes or ic\vs of the majority ( We declare irithotit impeachment or address, as required, h by the Constitution, end i posjo ti'inla Fcc Mission-To be supplied I The following oific rs \veru duly l'kerJ

: 1,.. it t as our opinion tint the cases are parallel: in every !particular, ('X'e'lo against the power of! the Legislature' to Jl'rCJill111.1"; 'rrsni. fo fill *jomasrilf lJi.iiricl-I P. S.MITK, P. 1-:. I r for the ensuing year; at (the Iatcs
4 ';...? *:. .. t;: that the Supreme(Court i is the highest and far: the most important department the offices of Supreme Judges of!f this :.Shi'e.'ie believe the;Act inquestion lixed' ';"". This: mercantile: house ..llhally-J.. Mills, .Grand Chapter of Ilojnl Arch 31asotis, b'rj

6 S : of the government.If to amount to a gross usurpation of.power, which: \iituallyplaces wrote to a firm of like character: in; Havana: T/iomtiitriHr C. Ley, in tMs! r city :

'4 !tI it h'f:1it by way of ex(-u'e or pretext for thi glaring usurpation Constitution under the feet of a (tiiumphant ir.ajoiity, who, gi i\ ill; III account of expedition, assuring linker Colored tmTo be supplied.Hltilely : t tlofi. \ ;
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} duties! and exerri'-e all LegMative ; .B.kr, Grand IIi ;, Priest
* rx ;
Circuit ,
; ofJfo\n'r, the Judges if the poople, 111laNl'tlh'r power ,
& .'*, ?' that llII1Chrthl' not t'1.I.kltlIIY them; of i is: fiiccess and iiuiting tJit-m:! to : -I). L. Kennedy,
;; T1 crc141s the powers of the $ (' t yean$ after the frt Ext'l'ulin'mlll' Judicial, which, Air. Jtffcrs-on, :ind other! participato Mil; ford; Mission To be Kd ward R. Ies, Deputy Grand HiglCol. Priest
supplied
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i.1l'dio:1,1] : thereafter 'm'nlr"lh t1 .I il'bturl' otherwise: prn>Mod, j ji patriots of the revolution, have juMly cl"IIHIHIC'I\i the! most ititole-: : in a great sj'-eulilioi( and I one 1 likelyto 1'rolJl'illr-F. R. C. E1HS : } Joxeph S. May, Grand King,
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'. '. the tion. The 1 lirst J the fathers: of the lie- .l.-sro: all!! concerr."d in the '> oi'great ..
mi. of :
rondiiMve t sfces-.m
. to mori' th.iTi one answer to sngf/e. Z ntl'it' depf ti'\. Against llii* :11t t tyranny! [ pi T/ioHiuxri'lc ('ircvi-('. Raiford., J.-iiTibs .1.11 I Baker, (.rni-I' I Scri',?,

.. ..:%4. -\v4'r i that the Circuit Judges rxerrisinl tIll powers and ilNchargi'd public protested in the Declaration of Independence: : ; 'igaimt: I this! sort I wit!:!t.; I Ils.i happened' i.i I t the or-T! of /'////' Rirn'-J.. Jack oll, J. h. Ts for AI. D. Gr.iiul

e,, I th' duties! of the Supreme Comt t, for the time limited in the Com.tit. of t tyranny t they struggled t I bled.ndgloiiously, fJ 11I111 I,Ia.t: ; :ima.r.ii.-t! ; : : I Prolenr i that! one of (the m'-mbers: of tinHavana J.lI/wlla--\. Di\i, Secretary,

,x..,.,, film, muh-r the expriYS: command and by the) i-\pres authoiity! of : It those of their: fooOlS\dlo; cherish tlr/ir piiici-lt.s P : : will! ever u''iJeitd!' I Ochdnclner Mi.\xit t'Il-T" tie, Tho lI ward; Grand Treasurer.
.i A firm I was an AMUMII': :!m! I bv. l.ill: I Hewas suj.plu'd i; .
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that i itiMrument, and not :!.t t tin' command or by the authority of and struggle, in whatever form the content t may piestnt; ir.M-l! ; ati-1 I Cliiirh
Mixxion To be
&.4 A : I4i1attmr'i And' ilume; fnnctJonaiies; I would doubtless do so again ttc'j we do declare; ; to the LogMature i and 'in (tho people" th.-it if this! IIl1rS'.'11 I by a patriots, mother! in Massahusetts. Fletcher In.tliuec- ll. II.I supplied I 1.111'[ kl',". I Commercial Convention-From Cnba.-raii:

'i .i :, (11:1IHt.c1 l :.ttL anthonzi-dby the Constitution which thoy are sworn I memorable, hllll'l'' permitted to be cariiil into; "' \'rLi/lIl.IiJ.H'rty: (, ( I ll'n':1" struggle with li.i.: : On I, ures-Mar ke ts-

;': (to clt'fl'lhllhl fujijwrt. Bit it doos! not f follow th.it they are under1 I IiI is in dmg"r: -morality i is in danger-!fratqiiiiiy: !: i N i.i d.-ingor! -: lgi.ni! the ()::(' haisd: ii!!mene wealth:) in prospect ; SI. Marys Disricl-Vt. M. KFNNKDV; P. E. ; NELL;- ()U .BANS, Jan. Ifltli.In .

;. : oMiiratJ'! )1s: or have: anv authority to d" PO, )because required bv is in danger-everything! : dear and .sacrdi is in slimn'ijtV! will I IIa: tlie! ol'I"' !li:i;
.s Legislature i : vho have avowedly no more power to appoint or have: no Irting Chn<*titutioii, uid against, I bad I t lime.s and bad IW'!l Black Creek-\'. 1V !Jer, to-d.iv, iiotliiug r-f;t moment tr/iisj'Ire,i.Tlie .

I ;T?: ; ; <,KftJudges* } than. t thi'y! ha\e t to appoint, or dirt a (unenior or It'lj' there will be no ('Ulil '. Tl'is example:'. consecrate! t\evtn- latter prevailed. Aid: how was l l.-e :tocoirnniiMte : Jntksontillr-D. I IJ. Levne\ ; ? EnTj-I-e, Ci.I). .ith! HnvKii.-i$) dates of .

% ,. .. 1 bfM of t the! (:le'ieral A!<":nbly.' th% 11'01lm.i) :!wi-i-Iy I chosen to retain I 'eroachment: that: power can make: on the lights i : of t'e: poor and thoInunliU1 the Litelligoiii-o: to tho defenders! of his Jnllllrirk-.1I:111, tl.e l th, add! tic California. maii! fus nrrfvttl. -

4 *.'-.f.-p lliH power in their own hand: : -the jiersecuted! and tin- \ 1rtunI. father's; fn'.iBili,1a: ,! crr.i-ers, ai.d j-irates HolmcsriUe ML. ion-J. L. Williams, The minor tli.-tt Com-ha lias tee 11 suspended

& ;.. ,- Tlie. Constitution: (::1 t:1{, clause: .*{q) cl"fI\'J that! for the term of The only IJr\Hl't' i'ow L-ft the miiioiity! i-i to 'c'I'l"lia!: ] :, and r:1-: were then i-i pose-on: of the Gulf: of ieXiroii : (;Centervillfifrr. .1. Mc('nok. j for his eotfdiict th6'San II or nan aft.
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t- t fn'.C'IS from t tt"! c'diol of the .IIt''of the Circuit C iints, and 1 mouMratc, .y.appealing to the! ptople! and a> thur' faitliful; :! : smtiiiiNon lit!t 10 Jlet of: tlie, American Navv SY. lila Colored .1Ii.il1ll-T\I be supplied, ;. lair is renewed, though hIs successor hUJtol

t. i.,. t \.e:{ ',!,zil [I"t mrrrrrerJ] I Ilt') ( ;"Ilral: '\" t'm1JI.1111 ulll'n\i I'I I the watch-towers ot'Iibeity, to give the alarm c'i f tii.! liiv; ::ion of wasajiured I Warc.iboroitgh II.I B. Bedford! I, j i been umOUlIl'l': 'd. 'Hie story itnot CJ.telltll
I .' ( 'oiirl. .1iaH i: amid its It1l'. .!: !.\'-:the! safe arrival of a ; here.
Ihl' I Xnssa.it Mission R.
..S.., S j''tif.'tl'': {, :( pnwI'r Of :IIir.1I \t'll 1 the Constitutioa, and liberty of our beloved couctrv.Appealing : :McKindry! Tyding, |
. :;. .I.. .5 < ;;,'rf.tIll\: ) tl"! .Tmmigts. ff lIl' f1'\'rl Cir'uit ( onrtsitIIimI therefore, to our oxvn l'oll e4tiis-. ;lic1 l t to :shrl Providence ) 'Jilter wirj! { !bt. ne>.1 t to an illlln:.itiIiI'y.t} SV. Johns Mission'. K. 'i'urnmer.I j jT'irnpa i: JShultz! Iluddfii & Lattin:, tIe ilrg's
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( :. Jllij .tm1': ';' &" Frimn t.::1' It i I. I' :aa: dint t the I I.'gilmtnre I I I Imail 1 1t 4[! through whose merciful dispensations:: ; our 1 1-ilovid! t-ounlrv. ha < ill evenN, !ho, resolved! to try it. Hi-country. ILcric'--.G. W. Pi P. I:*.. j jTttmja f: Corirni.ssion House m the city: fiiW I-tta\

,&.. .,I* ,. :, \(IL' ill' mki; 'time i'irruit .llgc." :tet :lg : :-ui remne Conrt for tl plfoH'd through many trials and perils; for the u-itiujve: of our 1't1I-!! hii i" coiifry:; hn duty to I.ibi'lovet! coun'rvpzirid : I I : XTT, !t C,'io7! ,. l-t-low good liiHldlhig.: has iWimed \; ::

0.. .,./ *( lin:5ird: : : t llt' 1'ntiot'I I, I but, ti I capacity! which} the Legislature rind and the puiity, of our noti\cs; we do IOW! ,fur ourselves ai.uonr I .and Manatee-J. P. Rjchard-on.: j 4. .Sales 7,000() ( bales, mill 1illg closed at
the of, live from : (- liii: to act. He writes lit<' 1 K tter ; Key \n ('.,!-.. J. Sealy, 711n S .
f I., li'nd: in:m tli-1 premi.-4-K was that, :11'1 (expiration; .nars: constituents, and our posterity, in the name of l'c:1'I1Hi'I:11: }libertv. I cenms.eierItnig
p.. I : 1t'" t'h'l'lii1 of the Circi.it Judges( to utnriri.if! 1Irotdr) by. dl'c. and eternal juttice, enter on the journals tlii> or;: feolemu p:<,tctt.Rrprrsrn and witiioct! 'knowing who the! commander of OculaV. T. Harrison, exchangeclosed at Ij-

., 5'. frt (Court \\hich another: dIIS ( t tlie} ConUt.lii Sio, Aiiei'n .\rmnv ii the :Julf Orange 'lfi.cion-F'. \. Wilson,
49 0 j;;'iv Judg.'S! of the Supremo ( !: : : ( v:;!'. (for h( I
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t Srwors. (;//iI' .S'/////f r Mission-\V. EdWimI,,
elected
: !: >n -xpr-.lly! :i'ilhoi/.cd them: to do, and the Judges! so nid.! not: ( tlion: lizard c-f (Geti.; :I JACK :
:, M' -ri: to !hol-J their .,tHI'( ('' fur life, ur hiring' :'-, good behavior} : until byj'.u M. A. LONG:, JO: Ill'L \ T.\run:, "- without! :: .;n.-iture: addressed I I to the corn- llil lIenUlJllIu, b'mmg"Mission Mission AI. _V.\. Johnson Wells.! NAw: YorK, Jar:r: 1.th.,

I innoudment of the C.virtii!tioi; the (.h'diol of tfiipremi'( Judges WILLIAM L. CRICLAR: JAM1IS: p. J PHXX: : tKew Cotton firm
tt-ndl!!
Lander. whoiur !l'e 1 beat New Orleans! g upwaid"; Ifdd'ini
the} agencyliich} the '\.\. K. l RI'SSKLL I mav
S directly to tho J.\ IE- 1TLOIS, ,
\\:1 giVI'n ,I''i'1 'fwrl"r\:1 UI, liii'i! 81? c: .
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. r .5 legislature had i in: the mIflr \\i\t\ tC c.tl'II'W; tclicn tn! (Circuit DAN'L. BIUI, J. 1 1V.M. II.: c.; I.lm.ITJI.1. -!to I the i.tlitr 1 he: aiiixes his signature.! :lId York Senatorship. I Flour heavy. Ohio SO to 90 50.
TIe t that the Li !
:4 : .5., :. .' .- Judges! .h"t ocae forever to djcharge ( of the SupremeComt. \ l Ji.: :t' dreMM'-i
:... ; fcimjile, j.ct the! Ligi.lature: in IKil; ilid l perform' by llLCHE.Sr."u in : [ : 7v /,." rrJvCd tldr: dcitinriti ture of New York has agreed to go into tIlt'l}

.5 t f5...5, ";' 'J. f _-.. -a- ----. --r-_::-._ -_. ... .- __._. __.__ _____=_-__ a-i.n_ w_ ._-_._. ____ tfl.___._.-. ( at t: election of U. S. Senator oi the t>ti! of Ibruary. :j COXOKESSIOXAL 1 FflOctEDIc.
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r. Veto I Il.f lit? "III'lIlilllulIl )L-:1i i;: i-o to that: ,- shall then see what sh.tll '
e
Message. ; we see.It
:.t :'I' : I : was :t :S(!)--iiMANby l.ith.: I Ho had grown upi 'tiiate )Iit i> pas<-d a rfSdlutioisia ravorof ,:
: ; Jfloribiau & $io mtnialTALLAHASSEE We publi.-h, on the n'rst pag" of tho Vlnrldian I department the power of lixi.-sg:: the number uf his! na'ivv' laud uumider the Govcnimcntwhich: ;is adtnittod that there i is a clear majority of:t deriding relief to Knue Artie Exploiiu, ; :

the veto of (:lov. Br.oojin of the bill, incorporatitig I the Judgis.:' I It o-.Ment t fjom this lLh; authority whigs over all others, and tliLs wold render! Expedition! The ocean rnail stl.'nlllcrI'Pro|. t
V .-. ." '- -' I vas fl1Lt war with the land of his ADOP"Hi.v f
"(., I S I'' : the Macon and Horida RailwayCompany. I that: the power sought to be exercised r for he Lad hi-conica ntititriiUzdl citizen the flection of :';;W.\RlJ pretty certain. A i iptirrespondent ed.[priatiuii I3I1I!, was also taken: up and dfacms-

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.. ,p .- I by tho I.q!.-lttllr\'. nnd..T the claim that the [ of the N. V. Express, however, i .
-'- I ':f tic l'ni-r-1 fttttics I lie was thus d:l'rl.tly ( In the House Air. Le'cher of KcntncVj,
... 1 ..'. We notice that tho central Whig rofcirir.g Comt i is crei-tion oi'iis i i is of. from doubt. He
organ ; to
. 1855:;! a : own one \ erygrave writing Albany, seems called! the
Saturday, January' 20, situated from the Mas.sachusetts! man in up case. of privilege1! of W. 15.
t l (. ( : r--- ,' .-..: ::t.---. ..- ---.I : to this \Uo. fancies it 1 beholds' : in it a tl;>;iland we hold! il.to I') bo U sound I Ha\lI11l-1lIt: ho had sworn allegiance to the says : I Chase, for refusing to answer queries Lt'foro
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'....illJ"'.."."".,. Oi'-The. (:11 for the mot-ting of the stock- I hone of contention!i, d l< sil.jrd to interrupt th"haiinony principle that ii: Ktto as will as in nati.al:: and of his adoption. Its soil was to 1 be inva- Tho I*. S. Senatorial quent-on is to be the I the Committee appointed last ,ses&fon, to investigate

] of the .:: and (:oorgh Kail- of the bapjiy' family." The wishis ld ::1io', th": Legi-laturo should!: ) always, confine: : I absorbing one of tho s l's sioll. With the probabilities whether moneyor oilier means baIt
.; .. hu.trt "l'I ICCb icd, and; that, too( by the country of his birth, : ii: fa\or of S'euard, tllI.'rei'i no (1'1 41iI1ty been ned to Influence the votes ot membersof
: in lImo i fa her the t1Inll llt. It i is unquestionablytrue : its action the exercLe of such t
1' published I to to Hwer: only
5,. .. mad was ononeously( 'r/t. |' nlllI by the! pvople with whom )he, as a mer- of his election, but everything i is to be done to \ Congress. The subject was postponed;

#:' 1- .:. nel for the Jt l'lmml\-i l.nllllavc read t that a 1'1 1 lion of tho Eat and South as are uct: (iirUuldstrc'I! !> with tlnn'ils. I In our taut, was mo-t [lecuuiarily ::'. Tlie pros- secure that! end.! It" his election be secured, tit } when tlie: House went into Committee 6a tLc

;,'-... -.. the Mh. The IlhtllH was in the cojiy fur. were deej ly anxious for the passage aud ap- oWJIIe': : there i--nol: the slightest, excuse for pert> of great jn-cuiiiary advantage, from the will h:1, ; i is said by meiubern of the Assembly Pacific Railroad Bill.
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f .. jiUhed-consequently( not th> fault of the.prin pioval of tin bill! in question, but they defired the :llkJllptl'III'Xl'ITi.e of: doubtful power, for ;nformation) he had, was before him ; but the in the face:: of the fact that a majority Air. Stephens of Georgia, argued in favor
,.1, of the Constitution are committed against him to tin if conMitueiits. of! the superiority of slave over free labor, incidentally
another ouch at lh C
We the corrected notice in! no enactment exjnse the reason that the \-titution: confers! upon
and of l.is
: \ .' ter. copy adoption was to 1 be ransacked I hear that, neither harbor Master nor advocating: the Acquisition of Cu
: and hence when thev shall coin* to the (;jeii"ral the of >
.f, ( column. ; Assembly right amendingtho he! government to which he owed allegiance other nominations are to be made! until thi: ( t':1.Ir.. Bojce replied strongly in opposition -

......: .. ," -- examine, the i weighty reasons which inlluenced fundamental, :Ll.l! l tlius! j loh'iitll:1I:, : WlII I dethroned: in Loui-iana-1'isiVliow- question settled, and that every.Ling Is to be j to the acquisition i of Cuba, as fraught

\.: i;:' 1)ro r. PolsonTs 1 Concert.t the (lov.-rnor in withholding his approval, wearo its jiower the right flf| ieK'\i'n-aiivfd:: : : evcydoubt ('iti/ens; by r
:'.. .. Tlie lovers of IIIUMC and song in that far fiom censuring tho lid, that .irpi.'iid ? i "" .
I; tJi51bcl Fore F') mav :! : anv: aiid c\e'V A i.ow- ...hr.ilered.!: Hi- dutto his adopted countryirevailed. : ; 7 COTTCX

.' '.c.;f;.,,. Itaxo been entertained 1 for the' I last tvn evenings: thev! will nit; fail to adn.ire the Roiuan linnness er sought to be l'\I.i.1.! I. V.'it'i! I h I The London Times, in an article on Amcri- CtWI'FS1LrRD.ciw .
tiI tier }he (Gen.
: goes to i i.J : ((rUAJun.. 1;.
1 the, concerts of, Prof. TOI.SOM, :l..ih.cll I by, the Kxetutive imd the ability sympathies on the European war, : ,
can
:i by (disila\ed) by : : says
: | in tho of .
fi ,
: Although, o'ir jii'l:'M'-iiJ, stroi.gth \1 h.MiOn his :,!" ptt s elull1ntr's I :lltlrt. It is now conceded, by :nil parties, that tie.
and )Ir. Hoi JThis Irovpcnro constitutional Little confidence must be placed in [
\lh6 PCKLKR: > with which] be enforces : any
1' : : the ::r III\1'lIt! nj; oi: :ih" ( ":1-: !;iIHiI'Ii1!! qiiej-; : aid: :!.e conniiniiication: \'.illl the :al mntion of'' cotton( crop cannot exceed three m'tllona! "fi.ile. 1

}.I...:'I'.',. "a. '1 of Immc origin, and our 1"'uJlcn'I'], naturally .. objections. The Xcntinrl( without hair.gFernthe lion seeiis: tlc.'id.iy! :.mrh.:i: : t the! JiltIi..11! !(i ser\iceil Lll'; to thi< haj-py: land. 1'rom this suj constitution>po!cd sympathy. or anything of race Ice,, between of u-Jigioii us ,and! The: ca ..uatioii3! of New York anilLivetpoul ( )

.,1. ..,_. ,'.' curious to wo or rather hear what: native veto, undertal-es) to say ll':1l11 (the
'i ;; .1. Americans could do in thi-: line of bu!i. 11:1,1'l'r.r siih.-tantial: ioa-ona 1 for \\it1ilit'Idihg ., I from (the Russians, and a good deal to fear, '
II': crnor,) :::s we dll not claim to !, :.s capable, of deciding :Irllll"etl1111 I (the sifjuel i N !iIlwn. Ow- or 0113.Tif li.lT/iJi S
i nf Ilo
,!;-' .. :': ness, which iql I'mn.} ImoJ'f.illoI1IJ! 1 those ; his aj'proval of the bill," and if (this )t' I 1"0 gras (' :t ronstitutional I t I question asson.enther .iig to t the I "::', said 1 the orator, I thr.t I! the I tiislo.ure rather to be jealous of, with ourselu-s. asthtybelieve. !. amount{'*to two miilioiis m' .. We well therefore ) V, i
as makeup
v; fII, ;' : (rom over the ocean. Accordingly th'f' was so, howery) must its opinion of the .. throw ) may 1'ho! lar !
poor we our pobii.ir; : ojx-n to :tamIl fiee of the name: of this individual might our minds to their folowhlg! thefr interest, as I assetts ply exceed tins and tho'lion.
p. S '' _'f large attendance, Irnth of those wh< went toMV KaMern and( Soutliera lcmociac\ I Is, when itexpects l diTUion! .fthe : the relations EIII I I 'IOl'Clllr si-s will probably resume. l\Ie 8r8..eagE. it
0. 4 ; ', : tiripwr.to( .subject, 10 I'rcIIlin'lim( in his business in they think it, and letting sympathies :11ulI<.-
9'.a;4 and thoH1 who weiit hear. We venture to them to make funs in (the f.ice oli [>acon, of St. Louis/ will also prolMi> rsume. *-
4.:.. .C: a tiid that: t ti;" jKopIr ::P will as ouicclxos) maybe and!, his ra: : ;ie has been !kf.pt a secret. Butinw C' they have no particular \ Jc.ns\\r( in :; .
: I", that all went away pleased and in :good these same rTnsdtma!; rea.wzs.Vc ." seeing our frigates roaming across the Pacific, _
i.? say r assisted( to an accurate: ( ultimate: : decision. as Ie: has deparfed! ( this life, and gone -
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'f .;..: S..., ; humor. | \ have grounds.; for knowing: that the (:lovernor i -- -- to i eiidir an account for his fidelity to his visiting the islands, tampering w ith the chiefs, One Week Later From Europe. ".

.5. .".I '.- )'.:ILIn: : who !l oftl enpplause was desirous of giving )his signature to I prow ling about} the 1: coast, sailing hto: }harbors ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP ..BALTIC.COLVMBU .
l.-:.;. J1'1 monololi1ll.IIC i Anniversary cf the Battle of New Orleans.Tl.e oath arid adopted! country, he would: disclose: and otherwise making themselves athome.

:,: 1'5.c : as .the ladies generally ( ]). they i: tll(' 1 bill, and nothing: but a stem sense of duty aniiiveisary: of t the J5.-.ltle! of New Orleans it. The speaker then, with an air of lli..fac- ." t Jan. 12.

,.'- .' ('Ollll'f'tit! the gentlemen, has a natural i' to the Constitution he had; sworn to sup- and announced the individual: to l.cJ J The stearnship Baltic has.arrived nt' New
Times be tl.e
-.. was ctlcbiatt-d in thir t'ilOil the cvirglorioiisNth ion !] pride, Tlie Jneed not surprised
f., and capacity, which I, withconsinuit I I York, with seven days later intelligence from
$...: ..t.'..t I "f great and! \ laborious power cultivati'in will make poit' pjeveiiled' --- his approval. -- I : in!t., by tho 1'lorida! Ritlcmen{ AMS: b. ll.oun'ho: fl'l't'ntl.lii.J. af Pinacola 'l. growing sympathy of Arniieans for the cause j Euro?e. "

.' .' t under tho! command of ( 'I..et. PIKUV: .\,.- West FJ 'lilb. of Russia against the ilUe$, when such paragraphs 1 The sales Cotton at Liverpool w'ere 29.000 ..

;', i{'' her equal ti) the first artistes in the! country. We publi.-h on the outside of this day's paJKT Kiit.: The Representative) II.-.ll, where the: here, 1!I'n:15, a disclosure which] showed! as the following are found in the tan(l-" } balesof) which speculators t.wk 1,000.

I;' : '. Her voice lark flexibility' and i is a little harhhoa I tho report of t tho Judiciary Committee!I ofthe. The.demand fair but prices \(,lower ;
ceremonies of the i''':.- .. wne obsened, hat the ronnlry owes it second independence! nfll nml1c.HIil; Reviews of Great Britain : |
':'' pome of the higher notes, but those are I House I on the bill!! abolishing the Supreme the decliiie being most felt eh the finer qnalilies. -
.'i: l;: ', was densely crowded with jH-opl( ?, attractedby iavs. a !i i\ lug witness of its battle?, 'to the filelity Prim tfie) Xvlrtft' Biitith Hn-Iiv. j .
; faults winch can and will IK remedied, whileon Couit I, and also the Protest of the minority on i Quotations : .

.Jr'. t!r\-f tSi. other hand hhe has that untcachahlepower the same subject, ordeied to be spread on the I the icpolleclions! of the ,b.111. the f'puta.tion of an rfonrilizin.. Is it r.ot:' soir.e- Our foes have had :\ forewarning with what Fair Orlr! n :.:_..3'
; :_' : the \it ; of the war-worn veteran ((;1':1. (\I.r..,) what striking that a 'kudwlll1J and an 7mA- oit of people they will have: to deal ; and our | :}liJIlingil"... .. .... .. .. ........ a
'. t J04 i of rijiresMon without I which] good ting- journals of thv Senate. They are both documents ] transatlantic cousins will become a triilc K-hS }'imir U f'1)1: 1. ........ ........ ...... Po L
,.l:11'.'t, ins I is impossible.; ComilrJ, ing that this i is;her which will be generally read as wellfrom who, I by} invitation, was to 1 bo sj>okesnian.Ion. .- i n'ia'* son (fur Mich was JACKSON.) should insolent and overbearing wj-.en): they find that j i Mitldtiiig tIt .. ..... ........ .... ."....Ail
, :i' ; (: C''s. address was mo.-t' appropriate' and !lave boon jitigled! out by Providence! as in- Prices of Flour and Corn
firet in public on a new and untried the;, importance: of the question diseasedas ho Jloct which summl'rs.il the! Baltic can, j i are.unchanged-
::1'i *; attempt : eminent- from the with which the elicited the dco! [>ost attention and intend t, as struinev.ts f for :ll''nllll'li"hillg such mighty re- .vithout cost or effort, winter ilL the Gulf of Consols arcqlOted:1t Qlto lj. American -
iivld consider that the has bcvn ability argumenton
rf we was manifested by frequent responses from the) iidts as flowed fu Hill the battle of New Or- \l cik u." securities very active, especially YirgiiiitBonds. !
j/r''S 1 huccessful.Prt I. both sides is sustained. It seems to us
Tie Bullion in tho Back ]has ncreascd -
;": audience. In narrating: : the )history of our ean.s. Let the narrow-minded Know No- from BliicktrooiTs J//y7i/
have also that if it be determined to abolish the Court, I
V ,! ; >f. FIIJ..f\J mid Mr.I RorsfEAt ) 108,000. __
and France
t. think of it. England together are strong :
;!t( t fine voices-the latter especially has a noble-; the better amid safer plan would be to change. country, time eloqmnt pjieakor! demonstrattdthat enough to bind nearly nIl the world over to Beef and, Lard unchanged, r ?A."HIS iacrcasL'd -

J.4..i.I", 'Lasslit(", to which) department of music he1 1 time Constitution. There are certainly very the j pe'flplIf these United States were a keep the peace. When Russ-iah settletl, France 1 shilling.POLITICAL.
Good News.
} .t'j; peculiarly blessed' ( jieojile (if Heaven and destined ) AND WAR NEWS.
doubts! entertained, as to the of abate her amnaud England her ;
'1 to confine ]hinivlf. trong power nay navy '
oUJlit'n's the iMStrulnents ii the of I Him It i is stated in the New Orl'nns Btllclili hut hl'.n. The chief of the week Louis N'a-
1\\ aim1critidsing the Legislature to effect time abolition I by a ( as : hands wo must not disarm. We must still event is
from
dt
.; .: Want of time prevents us noticing ] and there who is the King of Kings and the Lord of that the Steamer Gordon, Capt. BROOKS, is Lie to say \01"! to our lively young brother poleon's speech to the Legislature of Franc
,. ,! more at length the jK-rfo-.man- mere act legislation, consequently between that the Atlantic, jibe wants Cuba takes It was warlike in its tone the Emperor
,." .. Lords, to f..lfillllli important mi.-slon in His to run rpgulailj' city and St. across or fry : ;
'.P"t_ (('fi of these musical debutants. \\\- mimtcxIreM would seem to be great propriety in resorting Marks, touching Pensacola nnd Apalachicola any other littlo vagary) into his head. i made no mention of any hopes of peace, W"":
i. f A'iwlom and Divine and
however our entire approbation) ) of to that mode against which no objection could arra. :gomoiite, very'lecomiugly i concluded his address by asking a loan 0I
"JaJ each '. This is intelligence -
.i; h' and she ofBur \\:1, agreeable *J*
ha i to the of prnjierly gave victory The I Five Hundred Millions Francs, whichiuimediattiv
the character of die musIc selected by Prof. iterposed except, as expediency Quick Trip.- Apalachicola Adrcrtiser
.r at New Oilcans time Jcnl of bat as there seems to be littlo doubt of the
t'i, acl itself. In the of the army to i vote 6.
present aspect of the 10th iust. mpntionsthearriv.il
at that
exactly t
"II' Fonoor his concerts. Thl'J':1.ro
: f: : will ties, claiming for (:len. JACKSON, the speaker'siravc fact that unless some other facilities are furnished I I An important meeting of the representatives
the abolitron 1 because
suited They were neither BO question, jorsons opjioMe pOI[ t of the Schooner Ralph Post, Captain A***
to Turkey
; our jieople. of France
tho Pampero line will totally fail in England,
; cheiftain, to be (the honored instrument
I 'f ecientffu as to be above general comprehension of the manner in which it i is sought to satisfying the public. The Gordon is said to Conklin, in eight days and four hours fromNew I and Prussia had been held at \, Dna. The
.cs1i4t he effected and not because raised by Providence, for our country's falra- : Bd not yet transpired -
lww to be unworthy :Ltten.rth. they are opposedto YurIc.u This, we bdir the result of their deliberations
: 'f nor so as J be a fine boat.
...- the act as an abstract proportion: for dis- tion. No man living can testify more truthfully Advertiser is the shortest *
ion mostly] plain English I ; passage ever made
They were
;; of the and character AflTairs before Sebastopol remain nnchang-
bravery, of
it the most elaborate and energy .
of earnest feeling, and guise as you may Florida. A detachment It iy a sailing vessel from New York to this make sorties,
I t1:. eongs, expressive deep Gen. JACKSON as a soldier, than Gen. R. K. Troops for of ed.- The Russians continued to
the heart the samncS ingenious argument cannot remove the impression port by eight hours, the ship Liberty the city an dOlt I
; appealing to inculcallngat he his three hundred and thirty-one men for the Com. having having made three from
1 that tILe Court is CALL, for was by side and shared his
a creature of the
;.fVJ. time high moral fcentiment It is in this way battles from the time he panics of thu 1 stand ,Artillery, serving in made it some years since in eight days and from the harbor.
and be was a Village Law. reinforceirrenU. -
( Constitution, can only gotten rid of by twelve hours." The Allies had received 18,000
and this alone that music accomplishes its I to the battle of New Orleans Florida, embarked: from New York for thatstation .
{ for yer" ; and in the .
,
: tho mode pointed out changing that instrument I I. -
I. '.i. q great purpose of refining and. .moralizing man,,: III an opinion pronounced by Justice events of this glorious victory of which we an I 011 Christmas afternoon at -1 o'clock I :7:: It is stated that the entire receipts of The weather was more favorable at Sefcu-

Some of the comic pieces "xverc rendered bji "all of which: accompanied] the following officers, viz :: topoL .
J 1 I "4 it THOMPSON in 1853, and concurred in by Chief speaking, ho gawand part ol 1 customs for tho month of Dccmber, are estimated attitWaof
Prof. FOLKOH ill a side-cracking way thai. which he was," he bOre so prominent a Captain J. Vodges, 1st Artillery; Captain W,. nt the Treasury at There had been ntr change hi' tire
Associate
Justice Department not
JnsticeWnioiiTand SEMMES part,
j
2d Lieutenant J. M. Austria and Prnsaia.
with shout. Artillery ; Robert
.4 America a Barry
; 14: V ,brought out Young artistes to Ole ,. ((5 ":. Rep., 30.( ) the Court say: "Tliopre.. that his testimony of'its incidents is entillec I Bon, 2d Artillery ; .Lieutenant J. I). Bingham more than two millions or dollars, against The foreign enUstment bill! tad passed* the

I f We commend these patron ffnt organization is under the authority of the I to more credit than that of all the historian! 2d ArtiUe-ry ; Assistant.Surgeon C. II. Smith: four millions and a' half for December, 1853. British Parliament and become a law, and

f 4 "e of our citizens. They are our OWl I, 1st and 2d Sections of the 5th Article of the who have so misrepresented the truo strength t, Medical Department; under command of Col: The available surplus in the Treasury has Parliament had adjourrwd.W. .

.';'I 'people: ; _.let us encourage them. And if tin: Constitution, which merely creates the Court: situation and tactics of the gallant band undo r II. Brown, 2d Artillery.The fallen off a'r'eady seven millions of* dollars R. Haclley Esq has been confirmedby

Kuow-Xothings"\ : hh to act consistently] : their noble hero. And were there anythinj since September. Tho payments of this for
: with the outlines of its jurisdiction, leaving tc Thomasvillo Watchman has change I tho Senate as U. S. District Attorney <

> now is the time_ for_them to_Ehow_It. the (Jencral Assembly the power and duty o.I wanting: in his memory of that action, his com. hands: Mr. F. W. Johnson having disposed 6*f month will further reduce this fiarplas five tho Southern District of Florida.

-:-- radc in arm, Gen. RODE.r BCILER who million of dollar '
ti 'htf Pampero lias wiled I for Niv York<. f'g lllinit: each jurisdiction uitltin the limit,r sa t ittoL. D. & J. W. D'r. 'on. Senator Norris of New)I.11nlillire died il


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-EASLiLOAi.DA-STATE.SM 1 NARY, : For New Yprk. For Charleston. Sold .Out. ___ pt1
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jt2tFC tue IIC&4M.4.. i coa1 1'la. k !FIIE hark R. -H. GAMBLE DOW loading.vni 'fIlE Wg.TIMES, having the grefi part '1 Irr"'HE- r.p4'rigt1e4l 4i gives notice to fcj* customer ) ,

] have immediate 'def'pntchvfor the aP. wM -i C'rgf* engaged and going on Imnrd f IJ.s.Isd..m.
- \ .1. ,lhe public thnt be bail told out hans Ifcmt i
Krio'vr-Nr Unri
r In rittsburg tl" > candidate tfIIE exerc'wartf itm In$titution' were resumed on x ve tuJrt. For freight or r1.sae i ppfr to will have despatch for the above port. For freight or1st.ae Shoe St"re, and wishes those indebted to him ti j tgfMyl -

for flavor Las bet'ii defeated liy a coinhiua- -, the.JSUi 4nt,4iuler the continued dire** McNAUGHT & RMOND.Newpcrt apply to furward and scult fl* S M*'rbra 4 .

t ul! democrats. tion 'fJ.'tj.O.'DuwAr. A. M. TLc high standard Jfnnnry fith, 1855. 1 MeKAUGIlT i ORMOXD. limnc>r lieui.tndt ji ahil bun are rvqwated t-> p iwl*srei-f; 4 .J.
lion of'uMg* of scholarship tnd discipline aimed t"mH-l: the ampleFacultproided.fwrtli Newport Jnnunrv 6th. 155. 1Salt. thiircounts for jnjuieut. JOhN p'oasu mala :

The B.WO R'Cix-t conclave were also routed
Cia; iu. Uu Elections. public patroiwge, wl.iJi 'have! J.enetofurc) b'en acknowledged V undersigned having qualified ns Adminisfra- ;X A SACKS awl fine Wcrt -.-. Adnx. k1
> City 'Hie t coarse Key S4t
L .k jnAthula.! : and. ns fto ri&Iinevill! 'hereafter be allowed de Ixini) iion'on time i-state of Janici R. Poin It Jy !Wfc cU Salt ; New Boot and Shoe Store .

Tiokel Urns eomplffolv victorious In th.tnj pv-twuhtrb. nnd improvement* will, hotter, di-rcnsed gives uotie Ui indebted to thuos Lauding aud for sale Liverpool by ; I'MIK unilenigiieil take pleasure in ; 4. '

Alison Nelson being chosen Mayor. fn>na time to tiine lw iutnxluced, increased nnvpenty t ate to make innnedute payment, nnd to nil having II'-NAUGUT d ORMOXD. j L .,iL be customers and CiirtuU of J..hn ; FLl: ,

tpt.j is confidently exported. After a seacfpreatde- t laims agtintt the estate t<. p es-nt thi-m within I the) Icc. 23.J8M. j 1InChancery | un.t tb! public generally that; they have lie vy go*!* -.

I>r4a>t>ion, the Seminary numbered last sear between Id ime prt-scritieil by law, or IhU notice will Us plead) bis loct! and Shoe Store, and are ready tt> ;? ,Ui r jow-ii I '

iVL3flC'SVer1nI1uge. 6 aud BO fcfudt/lie. (J< Klli<>nid may l>e <4>tuined on i u bar tf tlu-ir lecoverr." the bc-t kind vf work ia Sheirline. All wL.i ; | ew.l, |j>iiic -

effect c.f lhi tcruic h liw os fcnyvIwain J'4Lbt s FlutiJa. There HUDSON MUSE, Adrnr.Januit.ry Anderson M. Jan i Trustee, ) Iu the Middle Judicial any w..rk. d'aie will, do xviU to call Tlit-y. ) Joud.u, whiiehi : -
;Z The in truly extrftorJmnry medinrf were Wry few msca.nekaesicIiiII( aud fever) all 13: 1W5. 2 bt '-S. I) Circuit if Florida'Cbnrle their wi.ik to In made m well a* can be done f fwbti { 1MlPniJ; ; ; fti\- t. .
ati
t all in which
ban
>rtctory
crises it '
uI ru* of \\hirti readily jic-klcd to thotimp1est medienl pentmoiit. M. Harm. Gadsden *>r retail Mij.- ; T
) County. ', eU< They have hand the .
: No other medicine has | .
bttntrel- ever produced Thr'trout '>f tuition arc aLw as those of I[ For New York.r'qjE 1 virtue of dceret.il order rendered in saTdc Leather and -
113 : e, Fr.-neb Calfskin aiul Euill-h Sole ;
.n.h cftocts MnI" inttantanfouBly.relief follows_ It )lins, only to lie adHyi Htiy I lutituttoti cif a vimilnr cmd in tin South. The j 1'"ckel Brig' Ej REMlN(4TdN SawI I will offer for sale, at public outrrv, to tin- tl.i-ir wurkna cUentia* posaibie fur caali advariv an V

in irroJ, thc ni a matter of course Faculty WK-II complete will coit t, :is last year, of er, w ill l..it e ik-fpatch for the alxvt port. behest bidder, for each, ntChattaho.Khce.iiitid: den M. A P. Charles- t
ba been u** 'n Praetice of the best ptivVlrian* four fuMinctors, two in the Male and two iu the Fe- \ lie it frui .
It and tIn been l''or treijjht'npply to Comity,,on ( fourth Monday Jinujrv, 1855. the Jannary C 7, 1S55.:; 1 tf ,
vf r oor fwimtry, by : pronncc.ed. equal, ifutt mule Depnitment. ileXAUGIIT i OllMOXD. f.ilWniif: deM-riU-d property viz : All oT the riht. t i

gtiprr.to a"J rne ''c.'ne f*cr offered for tbo exw FACULTY. January ( th. ISS.'i.IAXDIXG title and ii.ttrfftt of Chnrle M. llarri-t in and tMheprojH'rty Master Chancery's Sale &CO. ?. -

1 u1tln; Vt nr" K.aJ tf? .e following: JOHN O. P.OWilAX, A, M. Principal, at Chnttaliooehee knwn ns tbe JIuvnJ incluJio \iittie of a Decree iti Chancery, 3m __ I X : --
--gt ilaxwell. AuguUa, <). Las used it within Provisions &c. B _____ .l
.. ; the Hot -l. Ware Ilnw.! St.'re, Sables. the fifth D. IfS" in I
of! A. .
1 iis'h AM tant in Male Pep'LHISS day January, n
i; eT't tnily.au J baa sold large firm the higlie entiifaction.olter VIllfJIXIA; K. ]H.MJGHAX; A i uiit in LIU ; TI :!!:*. tenement* and iIill.r.Pvt-Iu.u's| ill NVaukuIhi Circuit Court, abcrein Nicholas
\ time ]Female D.-paitniU't.: aRid Elizabeth, ninny g'i>d tiling j t of evt ry (ItCl iplitti;. Iji-lnis nur ir apportaiuisii.; t.' riil, Hrnncli i in fornpl.imant nnd William Germany F

:. .2 G merchant, Lmikvlll, afiniinintcreJ nH MISS! LEONORA IlROUiniS fILic. :un"iuvliicli :iuPilit -. pri'i.-ty.| t..L'ttl..r.vitli ;all U... :ll i isrl..l! iit.l| ;Kitib-l;t [ Elizabeth. Cernuiny are defendants! i \\l\ (. ) : ; : a l.ne .

"fat to hi'* child. who fittcliHrged quail fjiU tf
'jjJuitrii'J! stler VerrnUgi in vain. Almond. .A .ie.i. Kits Cr.iiIriitii.k.d c I ., .. : e -Timi- :
p irt' t. s.ii.t Il..td :.7, v-ra! Cv nial i..hi5.'c4: on the Llh; of Ftbruary :
Monday,
day
Fr.'f.s..r
llowtnun the i l-t well known
n.J. A: J. AV. C ttt.ri.. \ViI1t.r! In 1. i i iL4 throt lxmt S-nitb, ) CaViilina iii-l Principal I ) of the ulbern, Ihiiiii I I .s. Ki'i M.nkul.: liiibn jnttii.! ; t' jrt-tln'i, | (':iI V-!(. an 1 li.c iiite; s:'k-k i-f IVv ( Ji.'.!I.C:r.'ei ; ies. the fiill-whij; ii<>po.lavts, to-\rit : Torn l>ar.n-l j .( -
ni.t
( 1 It fi 'n an ich v t ,"o'i sit.I nut adIz1.il % situ Paints, (Oils. Vaim-bfi, .'it.i.s, Cairly, aud all! ( r ,-ll.iiutt.ic: ,tc. ni.w in -'!.! :>t Ch.tttSA.MIT.I U-WH. 1eiiims ctaL 1L AKCIlEIt; JIL T.vather. Cit ,
: efl i.i'ti.', It .a'u very p pu1ar, n I ItlIare State us a triit (%speri nrod and tirtVRsfi.l) itu>tinctor. itI tuf Vankt e N (Lee. II J.OVK.SjtrLiI few imiore uT .
| Master in
than I Dr. TlmrnwHl I. I Prcm-Ient the S. C. College, in
tapiliv iithi.reriuife..
any A LSO M.u-tir i L CLai.HO :
rv.1'CcInhicr I January C, I IS. !5. 1-5w -
( pc-ukiny: tif .'1r. fl.iwii'iii.! sav: *-"I I shall <-verremeinIKM -
ht
1).i
Y.r tt % TL1.t.I.Ie '. tim will
: ( uid 10lUsM.Poik l : >, I' !. j.-j: '
it ..nit'cnry ji overy Town in the South.PROSPECTUS. with atfiM'ti.iii iin-l I era tit,li. tb zeal diliijeiu e. 2 char I Dry CocdsrBLANKETS ; K. hULL .
I Hud ability] with wbic'i' be tHii-jljt! m<* lh&? jnmeiji'cn' of thrdre. -
1 jait'i.ir R5.:; 2') I h.S! dual F-'ur! I Jibcttin 3m :
cJ j (Jie< k and l.ntin I 1.il..l.'i-y.l '* ';<>v. iJanning? m\f- 4 ITJrsil I .. O/njiburg5 s.Shirtings :
:
-- __ ItVhisk -v, Mij.r.Iv tf I C. .p r4. Cnrn-"i'fr=s rvj! from Saiu-'ou \ for nale
.. \ < byhlcNAUi1i1
It ..Fin!? mo umi-nal |:i1ea*nre to bear my tetimonv 2 casks hides. \ 1 l'.It<-ksiuili! T.N.I... laji.i! ; fn.-si II.I .zinl I atidUlThM t : .

lii I the 3iili ji: bricati.in John <>. l owman, A. All) which we otter for sale a little lower than Lite i I I aihi f T b.lle I bv | : -
3 lSI. i1
M. t -fill I a I Pn.fe,,'oii-bip. in s-uy C-.l'ej-' Univernly ( .
<> 4
McXAuniiT
uil ;
.1
I'prices, on u tci in* coxn.!: : .
OF THE $ i in tins et iuiil i y. Mi.i |\vni..iiV i iiriurfinent.; i: pliKv McXAUCHTit OIIMOXD. D-c. 22_ 1S.M.; M Jaiur.4 ivi. !Ii-b & "I Petition ti ForecNwe ; ROXVLKS. -
him in tbe I iankf: tinMb ilarif t hib State, which j _ :; ( .
l" 'b.rt J. D.
i\CWIIIt, Janr.nrv ft. I lNrir>. I 6na1iTO Spriugl'.riu, A. _
AVANNAH! JOURNAL AND COURIER, i i. ni-tio I tli'.ii pun en by tbo f.ort. 1 hit I Dr. .1. I II. Ti"rn-! : % alsou i'obarco.QU''rrtv wu ,.j, I'Ui.'ners. (Jndiden Circuit Coint, .

FOIi 1S55. well, I 'r'ih.iit of i the S 0.1'ijib-Rf, was ilurated un-j For New Yorii.rj1lll ) i-M-l.-.n.r, if r'i* \v .ll l.io-m n'rtWc sq. Circuit of Florida.

'I'der lj* aucpi' >-''' l. -i'K"4 many ntbeis who biv: <- risen P.il.tt jSiho-ncr ELIXAISETH.. I_ lsii4iiig: friHii bn-! ,' If'-r-ll s'.1! '1... -.li.! f.v Samu'1V.. Me1l.t.vl.fiijnit. -

11I4 .S-,,-.uinz .1.ur'iul <{ Cou rr bsvinbv -; lo iiCM-1'Cd! ,!ti'ieii"ii intbi! S'ate. A a wiiter and .1_ Ii.m'i. tl4t-i 1. lmve, ti.. l 'r tu.tu .- .K-N LtlLT; .-. (cMi.Moyi). : J JI .

1nrd.t'.I 1114' Ifl 1tr-iue.1. &. ( : will h. .iniiiir; lit* tJiei.( > aie :i<-lvii-\v le.l I.vd tbe 1 uf a very '. % C 'I I. lr JieijU aj-plv: t.. 1)I'I. ol :; *' rj-peaiin; to the Court bv tIlO! r.ffi.Iart! in :
'il I 'n"M'inJiy, J..v.u.iry bth. The njr\ic.-sof hi.h !el"i) b' <* llu- II.i! ii m : i i-r "! | j jI .M.NMaster's: uiur & ( )I.ION 7>. 1 tii! -iiHc: that time -tVnJant rcbidcj .
Mt.J., II Cir.ir.i .Vt, lu\e bec-n pejiuasiviiUy eii};:. 1 I bibaracter and IDIMIv.iih.; : l |It $it. .1 f< rtl-'inaii Ni-v ) I. .l.ii'iirv: I : :.. I Pco : : t bioit.of ib(> SUite of Florida .
its a.iri&te Tt't.llie nhii-v in-i 1 -I -' n-iH. uv :i'i I j'"ntv 1-1 !if' :'n-l I -'.ntiIIIMIU ) OTIiKEAI) ; -I r
Sii.-r.S..tt nnT'jf! It ir.kre.I *
Crwk- that the iVfi-nilint and nil r ? fresbsu- .
j 'itit etuis' iTtbe I.1t.ts will! IIP dcvotolto pl-i'v I.tin m an 4 iii-jil-i" j p -iti- -n witli) a!) wbn Siile. I_ N p a
; 1i 1 Mnrk-r.l '
: I i'. 1.Mb.f! Kb'-! HMU! *. tfrt-tt-il and el.umint by, tbro'ijb. c>r tuI.r: birn.
Vnr iL b
I tbeJuwttal Cmtnn ... .1 will l !be 1 l..I| '9. 'tIT i: -i4i.1. :l.i-trr i-i C'i..i.-erv. )bviifiif I | : ; ; OiU <
the t1S s '1! making t u %' kur bun. Mr.I I' '% fli.Il i.m r- ;.n ann > il-v n in lit- It' I i- .
: ; ( x l'gi-i! )..iiv tI.----c; ; 10I noticef ti-v: liling uf tbe Petition in the ul>>\v -
( of
TisltKr alike In tint.. ut'iuz' 'nn JIM i,i the liiiMKtrict -].-. I inral'i.tlili'I j.< I.j' "l tf' tl nv I I hiei.iry i < i i-K-i.il i I comiiiunitv :i t-H-- n! tin: Cuo >i it C-.i.it .1 f tinHi Kile! C.rj j I,.t\.4 Wl I iti- ( >..k! Cu! i -.-. !ri.i-i! r fr"t s 1 1'iir Sn-i=i i. -.iu-e f--r tl.e purpose of foreclosing the mortp.i l ns..rtmeut. .
aUejli- will: i Iw to d aJiiee1rr.rvikrt -. wbi b !I-i.. 1.4 ItnviIi' nt sieiinbiui cuit (;! i'l"iMi. lor Jcirei-iiiilViiity.ri.tin ;u Cl.riM.-e ;
: :; eii .uun' : t ; <- nnv MI : i .itt'l f-.r kftUbv! iiT '
M-N: Al5 t ; iz OK I :MOM: l). wiiliaul! ; pv'li ti at the nc.it Spring Tcrr.i of U Brushes Lu-
tri'Mt t* and cuti'ii cl.iUi.joiiti! *. wiili ai I iw w t'i a 1' f it." ml 1.. ( N.dI I s IJtiit f tlit iv, in :i iM-t..mei".i.-i:i-tts.f-: J t lu lurt! >iii >> !. :; ,, ) : .
<( I---2.J M. f.i Cirfjituit, II; !idle FI.>ri T ta1I'i..L]] till] ;((*4ItIar I V. *A pl* 4f I.ti-p4 :till*I Jllb'SI llllt'M'S i.',irit I "t/ j>piM i.n 1 f"t !.'' /. :!! Tn teo .f t tli<-j''... ;:!.;: \ >. Caia > S.nitb ai: 1 wile, J-.bn |VV.Eppe riid! real t', wit : "tipou.Nii.et.-i- 1: ,

'tiiu: X'CM' J Je7" "J daii'itir imi-l 4f'Vi'irM* S. <). < ili-j.'c.! t-.r ". 't' M r. I P >" t-i..n*< 'j'latitioH'.ii'iit'' an 1 v..le, :tisl} '!1l.t! I--* i r-JiJ V CL -11.1 1 J I'M ILmy. j jilcU'U l'tHI I LarkMoil.IUrT : tl.irty-M.nen: piojrty, time S. W. of tile N. E. i f.iu! at tLi* .

fi.-iJ II JIIPI-! ( iii ihi- ./.iii jU."A CMUIIS; jiI nut t<< the t' fil! < r.y: <-1'ir in a 0-le! .<-. tl.tie :If no doubt, I llii* : lanle. fur paillTI 'I'. will "if-f ''" .d. 'Imf Te I ii fitCouit rijlF quarter I needed, aul
: J. \V. MTU. Dyrr, irn r. :' : t ue ; ). levCfl thot4ui .rs I tl'irtv "V. '
::1 t-n1ie ii.: tt'wj 1.4 JU? fv : oli..i.i<'t.-r is .ib ive v\ -j'ti-i ." j llo"v: !,. i't t!. : t Le x-.noi i M ;! r ? I. f.r ?b" .l' b.-u _' tI..- S. F. f-f the 5\ E. j .
a.1t'a : e w't I.- qtrnrtrr qu.itter ; and ut- -
the Ju'.irt, 'jtrlv ( ov. IJvhaidfMi MI n !i2; and inti'irife! : \\itbiu l.jr.d : Iii -t : S!l.<- '.vill:l 1k.f.li.'w..il! ( iMi.i, -i--h! { by t!L e Uri ei: t.j --u-und K-\cii hundred and eighty i.ine, bt: ; i iE.L.tf ) aixl .
A; < tii paity t .1i jest it wouM pth.p l>e F.-iA t f. tilll tli :Mi. Ji'bn'r.; K I eniilii- brtuiry tbc t"li"- iucubed iauj ineaid ; rivc
i -iCTj iniui; 'w w iiviiu.ii, can : iu-M. % Kn.j
f fri i bt < i: !! f the) S. W. ar.d"Xo.. ra'-nf !
>r IT jiri ;aie iifj'Kto < carter: tu> i
< tj' 'iilu'i-H ii1 tin-xjtt'i*! In lie j>lli>i fOnpi: *:ai-i'd. ; ; t'at' be tbo of Jelle eou- f
J..ty! t 1e *leMi\e-iy I tfj ;.s i rcpiititton County: : -<>'li. I i/ : '
\ :MUO I IT ,t OIIMONI). t.iui- hu-r.I: and fifty thn-e. IKMIJJJ the X. E. '
"Jbi* 1i-ri.t.1 pr.ni'-: : : 1in"ii i i.-'I] { ,)1Ut rf fHet.i ufa no.-t able un-1 suceii--f.l lil-l iail..r. anJ In ibc j The E j of list X E \. :t'.i! tinE 1 of the S E J >i Nt-w'.rt. !>. .*. thous-and ( .1. i
"23. > :,1 ot I'm.1 S. E. quarter ; Yo..nine ei..ht FLUID EX- f
bim-r'f i-i tiie ni'Mt auipl.'an I I- .viin p 1Miiiw.tif"J -, .., of eiiiii--itU Jut smh \\ .1! time X J E tfe.t. !
; .OUr. an : i.- 1 txpi-si.-nctf: as ba-> S.-c. b ; tb! t. and: :U'A ; j t. :iu-l thirty-five, being the E. half of time X. W. (
ili 'fini li IISJ(/?' iidri'r. .Vvt I llio-"1 wb'i : ..d s II2i. 4'f iL iii.t l i.2ilmt,1: gelitidlie!. the E i of the X i i'j: U.'- S E j :ami tini i*. ot tli. Fulton Market Beef, ..Ic.N. ail 5n.-luiied iii section thu

I Inv* Irni wi i n.-t, :.i: 1 -tli-- it im-t: t'j.-t by t.ir iMl ,( "Mi-.lth C.U-'i.lll\ liK t tbo.. re>lUlenirliU vf H '*.,!- :5V 4 ol St'--XJ ; tli K: "f I lie X E: J, zii-I I 'Inftlic E : '. I i ty-orie. Township.. ;
) iV.t.iiM1rl; l-.f: I j JLmce one. X rtb and West; aLso Xo, ten
1. fji:3: llj.' 111.r; :IJ .M .i .L( I i'.li .. att tite IiiL- -S : tbe E the i. of :!., XX
-. j ; t.mI:4i.m.t: -! ? : I4| "i.1ee.. 13. ; : ? .) 1 t"X 1.-1 ut at1t4.I.-, aid f.'rtv-even, being the S E. quarter of S. E.
!I v ui i 'i ;.t' s"jr"1 t. (1 1 ttlJ Ii rtii, c-t pll'it 1 iii K-lle r- li id ill I ili'hceolifl !Itliee." i, aud il<: E 5 ..1! !ii ie .3V J '.1! -c. l.'i ; tbX E j seetiui
Ocsk tH.ki"FA vf three X. -
I 2r. : \Vhc'. thirtyJl'vw u-hip Uangf, >!:?, ;
f.'t : i I f 14 1' :_( i.1: I'ti..i ruic.iii-i iit "f W fare, -.' X W I!.
up 'ti : j Mil: i.io R li iu ci n.i iK-r n. at.d tb.E : < thX i .t : Ii.- iwn r.--.l /' the S. ha'l'! f W.
.Iti'.t : iri: : iv e : '> S. number o( eecUfU t
i-t V t1 C .i(i.i.i. ; :i''fl .t',. All Ji-Hif I to tiie cui.iciil iii- t.il ji'-nty: cf )I.i- cbaraeJ.I -' the W i oi ..tbX E: i ..fS.e. .:; ; tb- S14I.utj-... AW ).... ... :;4 r1 tiine?, and ti"! \V.-t half of N. \V. qxuirt ofgcc. ,

; :..-: IPl 'j."; i. .m i I uell-li-li: \ \xli viiieli ;tt---.i; I i.iliij'.y en wiIt.-ri-J: p-ablio rp .J-er, and 4. til" ? I! 4 .'!-u !t1.t!:J F. j jf tbe MV 1 if ftie. 4. : i two, all;i in Towii-iup lhreof Kr.n eone, N. & & 4..
'
1U41.t Ut tlL-x ..r < 2iiir .IItit.4. It iiiny l-v fl i-le.! a-A I li iL .,- -m LCZ C I'I l I 1.41 i.j tIji! It th: and I tU SV J .f --t.':. : .*. all'n T-nvi..bip _' ..t{ Han-: I.L \\ 1) Vf\Tirmi: POKTATIOXS"UF tair.b in all f.-ur hundred and eighty acres .

iii eiienil term?, tl.sit tlitjfiiujp's' i-p-ri: nlr I --i' I li j iiijiiNclf .iii'i l.iiuv.: !_ Jifiui'cil l.iiii In b-avv hi' native: r; X and E and tU1.1.} "f tli'V i <.j i.e. ;,' :nT JUCI !. TAXGY AXI) gTAri.K: DIV fiOODS; I b-s," ull J lying in the Couuty of Oadsdcn aud ; ( ho1i .j

i._ ..eijTj' a 1 i.i 4i-Lr.IbI'! ii-.w i-j! p n' T ..I Vii
nt '!ti1je\iJ:! !:<- tii 1 i.i:I J.ivntn ,! jn lt ;. tnef t nrh'srty f.lL.t. At the Ladies' Emporium !" .
; i ;. : Jaii.ir! fujtt! t :ik! at "lili.iiLi x-1-. rj'ila'ir't.. j It i.H further ordered that tl>e publication of | n. a gvaenl .

) aj>5'r-ival. Vet v 4.] < ti"l < n u '- I to .b-fen-l a!! i -i..iliii".G; 00; ; :it.ij. in nil, I tv\n (!. >i_ .'ml Tit.i buid! td rnd e' '!.tv f ur T7IE"jbirrn! >'r< trmiii !in receiptf ln-r! h'-avv t' tice and order be tnade in some public Furu- ..

ih.-ir a. tt1i"Vfh; :t w'. ever Lc muie plea-aut Iprise.th.in >j_-! Ui.i il\4!\ .iu i Willing .. . ti 00 ; ;I'-i Ct' aud t%vt iitluo L' iiJie.l'I.i vi an acre, I.,.-!C 11At \Vitt; .-r I liVttnii"i: .' ( f K.'rci -n .rjJl I priote'l 5i: Middle Fb-rida or.ce every two Jtc, OQI-

1aI.4.;! / ,u'l.tiie'ic. J'l.iii.r\- (ien lc'. .\t1I't '4ii JIfld"V and Stip1m.: I t '
1 l'nnary: : : enr.prlm i ? Ie841. Ju'ir n, .r.tb btfi-ic tin tiNt day of
77., J-.,. II,:! it: ertsi r 'fl 1.(' l.fl h. tl e fame time: will n-11; I KX muV. and] the! use t -vrabc! f-v.T'if!, rfl I & -ii
:mr.rtvi.'iit this
I ra.by] ( -.viili..1. .c.j.) . . . 12 CO ni" PIt. earing; tvrui of s.iid Court, A. I). 1&55-
Tii-V.-eT.le iniij V e kl\ :i1 tin1 f>l!' win K.i'e"- .lmtm.aiVI.: ( itijJ 1,4hu:,. tI.k oalllo a.i i pi<4'it.iti--n i.tuiiio belui, in.; tu the'iciiiil '; lii.-! wfre i-fc'.! ' rrv 1at.t I'm.11 i J. \ .' Frock a'tI -
D.iTIf :sPi i iVr, kV* ;;, WeeVlv .* 1. ii: a-lvaii'1 I willuiuAr- titt. I Trtn tI, f..r iIm i.i.ii. i'nl \\iiit r iir.K'rtati"> l E
< > .?n.iii.!. . IT. 09 I' [ m. MH | irrr: tn t-r tlur: A true epv Attest : 1L C. Liarcs, Clerk ,
4- .1ipfl p Iyn..t1 i* tmfl! M. Jo in: ,u'l"1 4 will )UiiH The Xaiiiral 5v.-iCin-ii! jui 1 Jl.I =:
< !-. e-l f .r tlie Iily) f 'Ifu- i1..- Trj'Vt-t1v. a'i 1 f 2 j Tbf I Libber Iti :.iicL _p .,l XI I'.iK-m.tiU-j), VI TTT"r.u. > \, lie ii''i- <-f A-t''U-t, {rtpi-f-JM-r ii.l: Octctier, i'C ., ; 1, .jj 1

fur \V4-dy.. i .'l.ei.-flt Lui/u.4-<-, AJi-i.il t and. I In T-I.itCI! iii ((1iaucr-. n-i' j* < "f wbi'i! vc run vflVr t-C'.li! ?ri'u' -rieiltbat : >: Horse Mills. : r.j

& % '!i 11,.. e' I* an xii v. .1 f ic.--': .-.. '' I 1.il.-.1..y.. -. fr\ J.ttunrv: f; l T-i. I t.lirrrfhcrl ::il w h" wi-b t fio'Ii v.ill! p>i>rlat!: f'itliui'Ii.T : 'T ; mnnufacture their f ; j
I 11 i * * * *J IIE iiu : i l funiif.b-14 J.41.i ) 4cli 'l- .4 j .
( 411 '
-' a-li buyers; '-r pniit-tiiul I ai.J ; f.n <
.4( ( -LI ;tal,) \ \vfint.M -L C.itryi1k. Len County,, a very suj>orior .
.;4.h i i1Lit! $ v li lovv : pi.)L.q41} : ct.tc I. ut. Just I 'av. f'rif' we ran ti"W nirr t-tvl of.MMI' f r rt
\I-K nnv
Li'C u< Initiiumnt. . . . . 21 UO I ? Mill, which will rnd Fifty Bisbels of Corn
I !IlOM l :Xew Y. ik I t,.- Jai.jii-; :: tl. (Jan-.llo: !. j-i lii''. fir cbe.ijK- tli.iti ., ,. .
.., h tbo l .rl\ -t 1 )EducaJn i .ur y ntinin everr..rLt4re 1 I Tbtv wnrraiite-1 as the bc-st Mill ever I
.1 I i'i'li)i su'- a Fn'-uity. > : < n ooiif 1 ( >-. tVk ol I tb.it w.rl: I 1M.V lr.n.dy; are put D.B. .
; and t-i prove tbit'' } t>ir i'vn cii a-f'te! will find tb'j
the rjout'i. Fara-'prs them
I iIe ,: IIU fI..ir. jxnt :
\ rAii .Tn -I'll. V5J.; .. : Jliure 'I -t !I'rn.e.1? .k l1'5I. ru liela1t14(11t 2 !!b. i.f the ** :iunu j Puie" ilonwi ;uhala U'l.is- .>n,. wi miv! ayou (lo give o-.ir t-.ck a tIi'righ cx for Plnr'tat'or-d. K tie! sawc band that i* ued r1kj
-- -----a-- p.i'.i"iM4. .mtyiy key, iniiiirvti" m.J if lil l t vitb '. .
:! : YOU i. > c n tlit-n we
Mill. Pei-r-ns
blji.ll .!.e-Jai-u w.-W T' fur the w 5-bing to see i, ,
c.'iitiLue to I'C av. :: luiluiu.UJ.
] ii) 1 tan els Oii .-,
Lnrije n.15 will the forfrit Coii.e and eec.Vo du
MARRIED. pay not: IxMrratiSM by calling at either !
gIUrnl'LVl.4J. Fine'A 'les. -peiatit.n, enn seIf.amljiiat- ift
OM Wodn'-s liy Ei: .-iir.; li! 17 b j9&f.. } C. ('. M M'INT )Sir. .'rrmfir'i 20 I lu-b I P.pi'au.' cbnrire f.r -hot. iii. go3.! Lt-'U-r's! or Dr. Bradford'' Letters ad s stuck ennaiets of
Uur
1:1
T..ialZrf i: J-i'.i. .I..te ?I.I'4..LJ. part tr .vUe will nit 7itb nroaipt attt-nti'-a. ,iIietIhrwad I
rj-rrnrt. .Y.! P.MIl. WILSON !liOl'.Si!: tti 2 nx"' M-if-crip'tii, -
t'O IS.'ifi. 3 4t Rich Silk Dross Goods, POPE A nil ..
January R tir. UU- X... 1 Mackerel 4'
: ; : rJJt-t ,
LrZAII'-CTJI.:; d.v.irhlerof J-bu a J 1ybt12:.
Pe. 1. 054 50 3m -
10 1 Uci! Plaid Silks, (Uich r.niea.Ic. Silks, t rBva M.f .
&;W. all of Li-mi Cunity. J'ln. 1)i Market.-- t
Notice.t 12! Kts! 1 JStr'pcd d-i. | Watt-red Ijt). j Executor's Notice. 4 f .' '
BLRRY t HOWLES.D.c. JI TI .totiqU' Silks, j S.i'l! Slate ei'lorrd ,I> : *t 4
l.L firewarued n'.nsj: i I'l' creditors. legate emitlod to
>'i; r.ri r. trading itt A r*>n 9
:;??" J' n'a.j' tcr #tetl Tn tie! .q,;. I.
.f tli-e S'oikb'ilJfr.u ;ij j t.jlxo tid! \ (. \vatcb'nin!, Knbu-Mtri-'lHiIk! ?. ; Irk IWa'.Ic do.
placiit | ;jiiiie: ..i: Mur..t Cii U iiit ', ;pa\.b'i<- to I 1))I. i,.i.l-l <-r or 4 copy. John Jt>bii i>n. lute of .Tefforsoi: County. } :
11 f.n' in Taali.Vfe!! on TIj rbJsy, fctb Jayf Fbiu- lirkfirfuedellhiicdx1: d'r w IV Naples. '
Icr f..i : ;; l jTemth .Jat.-.I -iie.-r I S.1. isl- i efaed.!. ae 1-t-rebv jtirled to exhibit their .
7,irv nt I 11 (iC1u( A il f >r tlje truii-in! c.'f Duccloi- ; Just Received from New Orleans. r.mtiieS..i! d... C I'd 1'.'tlt!tde.S.i. rtspeeUuy- 4 -;
for af'Jt.iisi; diait Ir.di.! utul 1'eUtes New 'ftinnn'ta within two from this date to \
2J Uni rtinpf ai;;.S M.Jtt-ltii'l IVi'.uUlenJ! $, V.'bite and I 1'j-ikS.itin; China I'lmd Silk*. yenr State uid -
\ .'i k. FHtiif ill'-, f-r >07; *>'.', liiM.iJit: i-f wiiib! I I Mindmy! nz<"it at M"ntie 'lrt.! or the same -
? orJt-r .llc T >M 1, I I ) ; tv S..rir CUH'il llirll; >, il. icfllinctt: l J'li'ri-iK.-t,, S/Jid it 1'luin Aj-rcn', atsrta J
Ii-'tft Lth Lv ii r.-fi-.I t ,.ur te2( Pt f1.c ..t ,. biirred ; and all persons hi-Jebtetl ti> the saiil -
B. vniTvr.n. serMw'jl wii:! 1 l.v I : bbdt. jtruwn Su. ur, Worsted: Dross Goods.fi. -ti-d to make to said ; and with s
11li'.I-l
-wl: drafi u-jt bo jisi-l s e.tIh-f-t.-.I l l w. | ale rij. ; payment my
;
,ct- ; of ft-iok whu ba\o i t ; i m"tl.t I 10 > bbis. t iii>.-rfii)': :and Fatii'y! Hour, po6seseJof *; i.
< jui CATHAJMNi: 1 I'>. iltliAT, \ Li-Lv i:;. b 1"i MI.II.-7 .. lainIKub:i I'lai 1 Mdus.uns.. 1 u> fjiiv authorized to K\\\e\ \ the iid e tat?. -
: ii '
't ,
t-4. nt; < t. J
|i.
cei aiv iriii i t<> t..i
outper; Vr. JAMES lAth ES
pi. Qualified
i II: \v. WHITEJ. : I Fi--irt-| d->. PaiuJtd J... j .
rmite1.i i.
\ .I t i tinni'tti to 11. L. li l.et-u i :: .
i .
.
3i.Lhi AGE
:" J .'. ,_ : : ci..lari.m I IUMV 1"2 1- '..',. t 2 JfDM. ol I-.e-t. .. M !- elahi I i.Ut: 1'- C-b-jifre irobe: DC'bari'bir" D.-.lf.. So4. CO 3m an ,exten- I

1 <, b<)Xe St. r ('.HI lies, ( ) '"hariilxr: :
r.M f Received from Aew York not
J. JM r-uly give
: ;: 2 I.in- I'Si-n an! ] i'luMt'a. !1. I'tiitte-I t'i1mrn-res,

Georgia Military Institute.'IVI" *.* t--* .1.. I iii.-it-, !I'rtTch ii.! >. I b> A QP. U.ses Frt-h Jtiiu= ; and others, .
J J. j'i..k > I.if ]'t''li"i>;i>'irkl t.t I 11 ice to c-iti/-ii":: ] 14.1. I P--ni XL'SS' i for works .
; ': I -f M. Mitvl'i! .. J I ,- 1.-tjli' (j'). I rj\J ":. half boxt ** ** ,
i Ki'lit'i: '' o'M 1:1: iftl! < Im'il tj n will c< i.. < <; .i i. VKiuity! ri: I the \aiiiru-j 5 :
t .1 Lietito oa tbe 2lb < f February. 'itMii-3i? s i<< J.i< l pi fi- i I'1-1 JJ--! MIJ: bo fmn.d: at sil'' ,,j bu-b. Pi.u-k r'-i-''. % t* -. I'i--: !. 'it'. .. -;.- : ml.,. I 10> u Lulu"! engravings.- "- ,-

-iiu.-fc '% fii-ii n-.? j j-i i ifc-si i ..ally .i.j.i,7ej, at ibc Monti JI-.IFV; : : A KOWJ.IIS. .. S .t'j i! .1! .. ( Vbirirr I'Ko- C EEfeRT i :
;/CAOEViC STAFF. :t1lt, fl..t.JT. 1)me.) i :; .- iin l'-.i.l-! iS'.p'r Hi.i'-k M"t: iiiir! ; Dc?. 1C, ?' !._ 5(1 OF $SWW. ,

f IT.. A. V l >til MJ5V, A. M SuM-riijlpn'l| nfijVriffw Janu.ny i :;. 1 ?>.'..'. 2! Cm: J"j" Suit'ii": !! r> e.-t: Wnti-J) ni-.n oopy. tl.I-t tiie I bl'k J> .in'i-i.: 'ie. Kti: Mriin, I and for therefore. -
-jJntii"tnt1.! .'> ; CA PT.SA MI"! Kl.: JO.V 1 KSv. : _. _. .. 1 i. Men--l Siik AtIilceas.: Lands Negroes worth the nm- ;

; S. A t*'.t'i msi'Jji.t, f Cn.Ie s. ittiI I rt.--.s j j:, For Now York. Notice. (;Jfiiu.n .l.t.! ..MIMVi.r ; IC.ahe. THE Sulircriber oCVrs for eale Ins to one uf the I

I1 t-ri-t! : V. I I. : t.i ;: 1'r.'r .f j. t.ri. r PHE i AXV'"A7'ErivXC! .fV StVji1.1.rJ L-'i. W.r-t-.t I I l.Us: [ I _4u. it!l.i Hiv .-r, anil <>n the St. 1
I-: ] il 11 l.I-. uI i.iiin'li'.t. .
rj11l I1! :
Jl'-t-rv. ,1 ;? i.V.. II. HL'Xr/A. M 'i.-r fuiJ l. .- -!] fir the i.\n\u\ ill. Fur fi wI.t: -* of t the I I'-i-.i. li..nk; i.! Fluri'la. will: bhM a: .Vill. a great vr.ric'y >-r >tlir ".i' r*'<"l (:r.' f-.r 1..ti ,. r"atl: l : th-j tui.-t eontiiin* about 145u( acres. 4

I'its.r$ : Jii/i-li; Littfut'iro? ; .MIJ..I. J5. f;( )uji 11. I it- i.tlicin K.ih.Jv.-e, ,',i tb.- Firt .l..n>!ay in iVbj \\-i.: Mi"--; "" :.i!' 'iuI.ircir.ny'! -. wlu.-b Jin>t I W f>-l ln ,, N-gr..ei'. mostly you.i> Kfjrro 24 workers : PAINTEP ,
WIX j'ji.f,. j ofDrawm' Ci Z'T. U'. T. 1JLi ( E.Aa.s.jt 'T jia-Mi.ju JIJM i.tt. tbfiii. A Ijltral crt-ilit will b* given on
; : M. \.t1'I1'] OIIMO.VI). j i nary i.. \'. C. ti.; i EX'Il.l: ; **! !, Ca-hvr. t-rdrr! t. l.r jij.j.r-; ri.-.tnl. .V w.' cn gict- I't: n f.i'iildii ,t iI1 be setit. er
; i ]J'luf wr iif .Mflihun.ut.a. CADET K. ." I I will aV'o dL-p<>ae of the provl-lonn.
; : Net .Tin. "> 1 ."' I ) -1 1 F! 4. "f I ho-jr! t i-uj tk-libiTa: at 1 lU.-nfv im tLis but a !- rocs. ;* can be so- -
*i8 I AiI,4t4x1 ft..t-r. jvirt, .. cr.t-ti..t. ind Plantation tools if the purchaser sliouM return mail 'or -- 1

EOARD OF TRUSTLES.JUWI.V. Fi nsn .GARDEN SEEDS.I Notice.ALL Lice Goods.M''bii'iiii I them. JAMES R. i'4.L:1
M'imtic.'l& Pc. 2. l$5I.$ tf 51
x1)) I Pu-M.-n CIIAUII K.I. M, )., l.r.\ii C'BIJIIS the Hev. E. f! a specimen !' -, t- ,
; iIi".1; OF tr.i. pr'i> :-ijj-rn* M-iiiMo: lue L'oV.rt-tlct!! Clifiitiit-iu! ui I P. i.N-ix. UJLUAM UAUIJ.S. A. V. Lui MDM. I aiv rwjUMiv-1 to pui itt them t to tb- nudurniijlitd" Ull'IinlTVei.Ilofiitui Kicc and Hay. at the office of p [

1't, ii.t) ) .:*, M. MttKv A. N. Sur-ov. JUTIIAV I ) VTA I'a;n, 1 Jut Tuiuip, Cublw -. ]P.ti ,'.r..jur.t w bo b.is In-'eli jrjlli..; ,.'.,-11 by Mr. A. t>- Ci'llii'tt*, iurp-ce? CLe'iiiztlts; and Under. TEIP.CE3 Rice t .
1 IV iiiviv Cl. J >. J 11. AMErf.Jaiiuai ;. ; i 4) prime ; actually worth : :fx.
4 JjUjl.
\ t. JioiDAUO Atris, Ai utJ.. e.mii.iimu thei.i, :iu-l if all wel i llii'y! will be 1mi.l i immediately m-l.! evvfifi \ -1--, ) 1 half tt-irco do
I Iu.; I 1KAdministrator's 2 ( be for
11hU.11 vcrt'trv. : by di.ifL Tlie in.Vif.' ii. d l bus liie.; beel' ;i | I r.uibr-id: ?ril Mi'nliu Ct'llaretts, CLcniizetJs aiitIJtllii'lpltfVl l Iu bales Hay ; :i

TERMS. |I aulh itzed t t'* ttli'itr !):: ti aiiiitniti. i lit, liici; > iii > lainding fioui baqrue 4,- W. Pvor. nnd f.ir. sale t l-

Tjitim IJ.arl, V..i-iin! Fu-1.! L'y\if.\ Tu-ic an.1. Notice. ]i
fill iL. r >intllir'elit J ixH-lir4-k: | JM *i.jr>M"n, 4j fue \ 1.1. i "iih iii'b I.t-it to tbo c't-th'e of John IV. ( r it, tifite. 'THOMAS HAY\VAID.: 1 4 n fji.i/.-MCi.'I.trsaal-. I 51I mere,, ofbL, 17, .

inu'iths in nil raiice, f 112 1 &). .1 1 J'oitid'itet, dt-'- -is...-.I. jire. rftu, *.e-l !In mn1 IIi,: D.-eeiu'M-rr.O., : I si.; i. '>: llarctt3 do.I. pronw. .

U tiay lw jir"j>< r to KtaJe, in idali-tu! to Ili, ti tiiii1it, p.t% lii.iit t.i tli: iiiid'-ii>i n
C mi'uau-biit, <'*rt. J..t..-i., tint b.. bei irI-..p eI t |I.e / <'l ims ii iiiuxt? ti! .' 41.1 tiit<' MI. : i-'juirtd I to preiMnti j Lanu> for ac.! App'I' K'* Sprisr flud ltifcerJiii,7. TIF.RCE3 Prime Rice to ;Arrive: per with such .

s''iI.tuiert, irti.i will be lu-ie at l!... op.Miiu! of th.t1'.4a. .- i i tin-Hi \\itliin i tin: I tniK* j pri'i-"itM-d I l.y law, or this uotic-i 1 A 1'. I ILL bo P..Uoi. : the fNt .Monday! in IVbnir-M JS'.H-k Iji.biM 11*SaI it- (*i.lir'!I: .. ((for w'1rHrir.) *Jt J. V>". Dver. fi-nn CI ..ult"'lii }'or sale! -
fle '. j will: bo b-ir <.t( slu-ir HTOTV.. i iHTDViX rirtiVuilf iliiniiu iluiuii.. Collar CheiuuviU nr.iiU'.ick JlvXAUGltri by send'
gr'Ieaz d at \cat J .iit II 1 t :f. nii4lku:1il plead in T f ii -xt, bof.ip; tinCoi.rt I Jfiu.v d n'r in M.i'ii-1 ,
in that Inrt.Jii.'i.in mini 1 'K. t-. 1 *>%4. B.! MI'SK AdinV.HAJMMlir : i C'ou-.ily, Flurida witbin the legi 1 Ini'ir oi I Mile t .e- t.iid.t.i.l.J New P.r FI. r.. Pee. 9, 1S54. 49 ( ) by return \>t f

I'l, ,. t1i 1&.. I.i.zl.-.t. i ( .hM 11.,: ,,flcr L. JlMJK.\Tiir: .!zn'x..1iti9irV 'I b.ilf jf, J.rL Ni'. fi.\ ('>.)
if T the I'nititd States: Mihli.ry.r.i.iemv.! =:. 3 *-*. '-' H ,j Xo. lUc ':.Iin lu\V.i! >l.ip t'l1t ((4 1 .j South .>f Unn e e 'li-b: Tbr-i.| Vnl-ncifi.ni>. I 1..iton. ilCinijiwe ,iltoam Seed Oats. | informatuin". .

Tl-r TniftivliMPrwHMitU* nj;>pnijiii:1; !.--l a -i:1Vio 1"I'D i I li-\ca ((11.1 1 ) llddti: ntiu.iin in ji.l on.- hut,.!,e.1 aiI < ltlie; It'-gunry, Wt-r-tt-d and C.>ttm USIIELS Seed Om.t!, jurt L of the Gift wit-}! t
I) the
t'l c imjil I.-tA* nt <'ii'%<: 'be Iib lately bu.lJiLjr, nndfci u. I 13 Lteksmithing.f I nineteen acre, tnore >r lee ; ?ji.J: one half I l-1.iui''i. 14s'e". for .icby! pnretoal

*'> 11 fit oujiM-l fiiini-n t..e! !H<>* iti!. 4 'ITA-JHKD; ; to ny IJ. eiyf to the c file: of I IV b'-'e.a I Ct.iif !Sef. bit <
Nlime: KCCi'UitauiIailouD fur onebuiidre-l nnd tbnIT ;;' //. / \. t.it e l., a li'-i: <- .-
Cdktt.. \:f 111 tt blb. .lil kilidn of HOlk ilpMirtiiiili.g | 1 I Piobnte of Madieon ( 'miiitv. t" pnv I ll l.a. l<*bts. >.( Miinj Suix-ri tr s-J I Fr-iu-b atl Tarlatan, .Miuli-i, ,

.i'.,a.U I1,9 &,.I.Ig ftiilh r : .in ., ,!: uC. L.i that buollK-Bii) Ind-ilir in guud] ftii'tji' at m.li ii t j ettate.! (;JEO.): l ll MeOJJILLAX, Adni'r. :. J Kinbtui: -l.-ied S\vi* STae.irtue $100 $ oooo -

.. .y 4f U... I(4gUIat1utD4 .v direu; t lit' iit.1cbL <-, jiiid "ii a4, i.H.. in.iblu! titiiio a* at any otbvrfb I hirrLn Jiivi, iunbia! Co, Flu.Cllanccry Sp-iMnltil! 1.'.-e I Iv-s's.> (for pnriiesO T > ? \ of the power vested in me by L aft 10.0CQ h'' '

ur ally tfl'IJIJrg tinIJ'inrd I, <>f Tr"ANDltEW p in tboty.. J aiming iii'.riueiita. tui-b as Tuinl' : J1rf.qI.- ::o, Kurr'Mi and I F'r. it'1i it. nlk. (till all colors _l ) exj) t5. f* sale! befjrc the Court Hons 100 1oflt'tiI

J.11AXSELL, .icseur5. ...., lis, .S(-- M.5A'rii. U.NI l-4. Cl*-\irfs, llil l PintTap 'I 1.-mt..' Neil', Jr.c.'ti't i.ti'l I ainti.iuk ''Iudr'I ; I. Qi-.iiiov, ( J:violet County, on the second :I 100 toboo t 1

Mnri-Ua.Gu.Jiui. l il>. !tiijj-an I Iron \ c.Lr *. km pt leiuly Diadc nnd tnuUnJy Snlc. J11 ..U.. }:d'ing. and IlmMl..tii. Mai: eh next. the following desenbed lands or ; -

Jnnu&rv$ ii.l Sri. : 4>u band. Thisil\ b11.'l,nl 1 funnel SHU opportunity virtue of a tb-erep. made .tlbo I ).-((-iiii&-r trrm 'I tilt rt.f a' will pay the State and Couuty 100 '

to B'Jpi'Iv tbcUrtthci v.itboul IriiideIat..I. I 1)Y. the Frnnkjiu! Couuty Cmuit C.urt. I lt<54Vherun 4. luifints': Embroidered Drew ?,., thereon for the years 1853 1 and I S4. and the : 60 fOW ,

Notice.i 1' 11. JJltOKAW.Jann..ry \ Mordieia Myeh! was complainant, and Wil With R ojreu' variety 'f o.tber guM!* jjnlcf I'tiheal. 4 SeS incident. th.tt. to-wit: Eight hundred I

( )N the Lli ni FeA-Uary tuxt I ,fl i 1C: 16.3.:; 2 bam IJollnnd! Vrig'mt nn.l i the )beiiof, V.'jlliimII. that vo cauuul cuuiiu-rRts ia this limited memo;t- c nty icres of, land, h mug and btg: in the ,' : ;. .

.1. 3. F4il..y, 3 ,f \V..t i-ri, ( M.sri.set. Brokcnbn'ouijh were ik-f.-n-huiI'.4, I t. ill ex.ie for t aii.Li. t. (;.t-lstI&-n, adjoining hinds l
( *r h' i t4 sk. b._ Notice. sale at public; outcry, t-' lime hi hott [bul.jer, Jor fabou Cloaks, Talma?, Mantillas, Shawls, &c.A 'tbt-rf) tI Flat Cruek. nunr ere not Known but J

)*.rJIl: t.. I})I Ui1 p <4 itqih.i, (; it thC tirt M-rtiday of J'obrumy in-.vt, Uiueen tinb a* the \Vio4ui! Laiul, purp<>rtmg to belong .. ,
Cloth Vi-Ivct and Sii]k
i v K i if the N 1 E l ..iij i L; 3 i S J ( TEIttNS) irub'btcd to tb- c'H-atp of J.M. Williams.nit ,nrs of I 11 and I I'o'elM.k, A. M, the k.li.wiug de Ix-iiiitif'il variety of R.handsom i T. J. Vkfii;=ou of Leon Count)', Flnrida.IC 1 1 4 XO.OOO *

nisi N K: {. find F.; f ..rE;; f nn., | Sv 4 ,..f1'V 1; L Te(!jii'-Hi.-J to p-iy upr their n<.t.-s nnd aJ Jonnin crib'-d projxirty, 1I' w it : (Clonk .Lismtih1;. ant t Talins.i. Also JAMES M. -i*

fin J S FI4't.'c: \V 4 hUl 1 .N' li J of .S \\' J nn\\ % \y .' I iliui r, .,-f .iiy) |In- pLieiil' in eu'.t: at the eu ut" Lots nuuiber/ivQ and sixteen! ((5 nid 1C;,) in bl.wu :t:4'l iti.ient of Shan l If, fom 25 'etii''to ?25.Ho.Mcrj Tiir Assnsor & ColUiturfurGadtdcn I

I ctS Y. i .! S 1H ; and S J K 4 .f, SV J S19 ; Mlll Sjirin,; Term of thCipuit C.tirt.Til C one ((1.) und ftoie, lut# nuinl*-r Ji\e iunl sixteen (.ri ilovrs, tVc.&c. Qnnvv. 1)tepniher 9.1 J<54. M* \

I that ioi1t; /! iMi'h.u Ki t f\\\Ie of the! ('IJjHila ii\ <.r, OS. J. PKUKINS, Ex'or.Jninjary and IB.) block C two (f,) l.ti niunlxToni and twentx A great vaiietv of Ixidic*' J5ack! JUKI While Colton. .. -

j -mbrrtr d in W i i.f X J fl] J, andV of S I H 4 hire 7 ; ) in. Ir.'j.V 2 _ ((1 and 211( ,) Mock II two ((2.) lots uuinbi-r ou and two Winded, Sjuin Silk Fiuu-h and Engi! -h SillHjiic ;; 1 Gadsdon Tax Collector's Sale.BY 41,000 : ;

all of jUn<* V, Towa. C ; bt-ing and I ving iu Culbouu For Sale ((1 I and i.) in block twenty ((2i).) lots ..iie. twoaud tbieet A1.i i IM-BVV stock "f MNie and Ch'ldreu'' virtue of the power rented iu me by .

Count v, Florida An'-l'.n. / u and 3,\ tit l block lliirte.i.Bi'i.11 ('t7.V Aw) tfl H"ieM. L: die and ?iIi54i Kid, Silk, Cabl 1- ir sale before the Court 1 J.OOOr
IJE1 I \.1' : "" SaIus-Lty the toil, day of January, I'art of wiliuf ntiuuljer air iind expose tt..#
ELIZ! GA V. cdinzt, ,.- 1 Lots tweisty twentyeVCll were and Lace Glows, in great variety.House'keeping titter in Quiuey, Oaitdtin County, on the *
P6 "I'lf ou Two Hundred f*>t Street, zin.l 1.) being thirty st-vt-it anda .
Jirultn ( t. C. liiilf(7j( )
Jayp-it; Yvitgr, ? >ort. 117, ), 11 1 2.Ttnni Goods, &c.&c.fM day in March next, the following land, or .. '
20 1W5. 41 3Jackion feet iiurtbenst how ft pultit aeenty.Iit.-c (Th) fet1 ; >
January -J Caeh bnknc thereof will be sufficient to the -
4li t 1ant1] 5 linen us pay .
year tme"KWtVAIIOWLnJi; rmrthwest from Cherry btreet IfM, 1C-4 Kleached Sheeting. .1,000- t!,(00 .
thereuu for the 1S3S and
Circuit Catat. Fall Ti'rm; 1654. Part of what l I'tt* number tbirtuen ant! fourteen 6-4. 8-4, 10 4.12-1 Cotton Couu y taxes yeiis ( ) t. '
] { .. incident thereto to-wit .
8.
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January 2 nnd the :
( EJwio C. Ealrt, ) Is ett: rv., ((1 IX and 14.) bhig thirty-beven and a haIf'flJ( |) feet, :M, 7-8.44. 54 Shining. tired and expenses nineteen acres of land, lying and i-a-

r*. J. Attachment for fC7 25-100. Plants uoi-Uiwfeit from n paint Rcvcuty-five ((75)) feet, north-: 5-4,6-4 HWtM Linen and Cotton Pillow Case Goods.' of Gadsicn! number not known but -
Flowers County
i't.ibert McKinstry.lE ) ,. Evergreens &c- wi-st from Clirv, utreet 4 t H I'crior Irish' J-llnt'r-- ,- f. .

'" Defenrfants and all other interested will take ROBERT CHIVEUS of Foi Nurawy, Clmtta-} Also, six mid cue fjuarttr ((6i) acres of Und. being 8-4, 9-4 10-4, 11-4 Blch'd Damask Table. Linen the liarvey land, puriiortlug JAMES to belong S.to.M. 500 KO.COO -

iK.hc of tbe inMitution of the nrnire iuit and beti ]K-avo t to iuforin the citi/c-w of ne-ei btlijtof( ) lifty and three hundred ,and ..sixtyei 8-1/9! 10 4 BroWn A it GaiMcii -. .. >. '

tx3r and pktd t> tb. declaration filed in said case.ap- 1'l1aha.Me and vanity, that be baa taken cbmg of ht ninety-five one hundredths ((8G8 95-100)) fcctot)I Crah.. pirdeye. aud Huckaback Toweling. Tax tefzor Decenilier C&lltttorfor 9. 1854. tda ,OOO ,,<
c- C. VONGE for Gov Brown' jaiduti for the purpose of cstublirLiu ilatruoli* street, aud tbirty-eeven fiiix-ty-eight on*I SuperiorEiiIi"1i Crah for Tea ToWeU. Quinej, -. t.*!.
PLuutiff
January 20.1855* Atfy in this place n Nursery of Forest anti OruamenUlTr liundiedtbe ((37 98-lUO) feet deep nil situated in Apalachicola ..* 4 Sdow Drop Damafck Napkins and.Dojlips. Gadsdcn Tax-Collector's Sale. I 5,09d t7

on\ -e Evergreens, Orape Vincn, HaKpberries! Stinwbtrriei ; also, thren-dgbths (|) of an undivided intcrcbt Together with a great variety of French, EnghV.hf .

Noticed Flowering Shrubs, Kare Plants, Frnit Ac.He .- iu time ootes of Sullivan it Kivtr, aad James and American Prints.aud O.nghams, liod.TiekJnps virtu? of the power verted in me by 5,000

Ntie.25tii of has just received n lot of Plants from Japan and Jobtikon, given in purchufQ of lute number, one, two, all widths and qualities, Worate.l IJncy, Canton Flntoek BY expose for sale before the Court I. 4J

O Iit HoiiOr.Y. Pehhiary J. Finley n. *- 'ivfl) ippTy to China per JiigU) raiii<.;eMSMAUxpccU aiidber lot and three ((1, 2 uud 3,) iu block tbirty-ecveu (a?,)I White and Red Flannels, real Gauze and WdcFlan'uels :nk.nh in Quincy, Gadsden County on the second 5,000

Circuit Court oM'JLLTAM F1orjcji at Ma4, JUilge of the \cstri oou. his, L'iunta. Fruits zinmluluwur3 aru imputed aforesaid. ; Mode, Scarlet awl Blue Moreen Tamn lIXiincslic k.8f March next, the following lands, or BO much .

Land V&irraut iMuei to fmt 1eae to c11 directly from Japan aud pbjn*, *" "'(iy be rtlicd tip- SA31 L. W. SPENCER, and Spotted Flannels for children nnd Luke,, as will be sufficient to pay the State nnd ; : 0.000 ;
Jab Ycaiiy ou Master with large assortment of Men's, LadieaMissel the 1853 and IsSI and the ; ?.J, Yi..
27th .1.ucb, ou M* gouuiue., Order eoqt 'tg Mm Uill receiu) in Chancery pack* a very es theron for years *
1fl. 52 and Child's! Shoes, B< <)t8. ana Gaiter i- to-wit Four hundred York. Ordr
TEARTt prompt atteuliou, auj everything )packed with r.-vt; fl..eti-Ir I lloyb / ; ees incident thereto, : *
JACfJJJ) YEA HIT.: truukpiirt'itunj. Jt IH nU< bi puqv e t-> kct-j by all of which will be .sold at auvli prices to cash Bu)t. ty acres of bind, lyinij and beiti!; in Gadsdca ( ) .|i
J.MIs: ri' Curdjn 14 Foici yunvrj ILt VL4taWcliri, nnd all u&Jiis, Russet Uro ans. CII or punctual tinic dealrt'. its will induce (them t C) numbers not ki own, but known as the $ ; ; ). i

II sah, .lu.j.ti i&iij CtI iiiis aity. ': f tr..iii the Xorth or KuroiMi, 1..r 1'oni-t Tiu ., PJanjs, CAPES -xtr.-Lquality: latdinjj ftum ScLr.i Ikzard, buy notwithstanding; the- bardmie** tf tie! time* amVH a of laud, purjioiliuj to bclouj t'i.the' eetatp.of. :

Set.iLi, biubbciVt 41 i tit: Ji14IL yjtI irqrn't uttv'ntio'v. -i t.umd) fur.hLj t14 q! tffflaiiiBSrjtecraisale. $ !T1.Tor -- w k
Apg ; Collector .At'esMrfor (fwijdcn btm
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HEIR & RUST. LONG & GALBRAITH, NW COTTON GIN. Jew: DarU's Hebrew Fitaler. iUfTA PEKCWATEH HA PROOF GOODS *ou.s. -

c..c ATTOUXEYH AT LAW TALLIIAKSKK FLA. rPHE' great remedy fur Rheumatism. Gout. Pain -n TRADE MARK. SIX montb after date.I eLaJl t
and Will Stock
or before ,! 111
you pur. I the Side Hip. Beck, Limbs and Joints; ScrufulsKing's voocbm to the Hon. Ju.
CYL
PATENT
NEW
STEEL TOOTH %. _
A. LONG A J. ALBRAITH l h..Ye .
:I-, dUwe lMwAere. We art noto reccingt M. ; unsociatttl I I THE GIN whose failure been I Evil, White Swellings. Hard Mumors. Stiff JefTetson County. asflk late BLeritr afMI ..I .
themselves' in tile of ..
practice b rprtet uUtever. \ hero lbs u of the MUte
ffeio York General Astortmext will attend Law.I through all of the CuU growing is I J.rinta and all vxcd pains Beary Onnt _
r t from a They the Court in the Middle t Stte of Mi-1 County Md
t'; Supreme Courts and the Dutrict Court, of the UutelState. I aud able to run, an during the season has been I Pl""ter is applied Pain cannot exist admbistra'iotl uk t.d' '
: of Good t lab to your at Tallahassee. brought t that (.f which render its I These Plasters possess the advantage of.being pot. DUB i
Poi retain their full September It. 18 4.S _
hence virtues
For in air tight boxes: they n
: Kantt' co." ilting1 part Ottice wppocitcthe Court I"u-e. snccvs* a-in great superiority up

of the folio fing article Otohet 28, 1854. lyM. This over superiority tb. saw Gin U ltkinlappreutto Ijue, in all celebrated climates.Thii Pain. Extractor has been so extensively I /NOKTH AMERICAIGUTTA \t f ar Mill K lkn 'II

*-viz : .K. LAWTUX.. WAI.XWBIGIIT "VOT-WK. M. TAT More upm and frt' (so,/ ""levi th.IDt not cut,, u.ttby PbysKians and the people in general FOUR si.s Sugar Mill BJlm"Lt.
dl :
LOR-JO* rU T. DILL-'. LAWTO.1,it.. break or in any way injure the an ft. the both in this country and Europtthat it is almost need. ( ( PERCHA\J\ Wb..1 I 14 and 18 iocb A1Io. ..
:f DRY GOODS DRY GOODS'' time imparting t.n the lint that 1.t aol oily feeling lens to any anything nbout it Yet there may be some &rmeata. 8.l l I'

'' WM. LAWTON wlicll natural to the staple when picked by baud who stuud 1 ill need of it* beiJing powcr who have not Newport. Septeaber 2. ISM -. Q1
M. & CO.
_. t : 'IVY peiecs Georgia K .:many otW articles oo making the lint from the tI.Uf lot of ,ed. worth I yrt tried ir. For their sakes we will simply' state COMPANY jo New Bank Agency

;. : .i s.ys and Plains. :jnumeroue to ucutiuB.ftOO from J to 1} cents per pound more than when giuuetl I what itbasdonfin tboiwands of cases, and what it .
+' t.p.;: Nen. Blankets : Sra Jsani( ) (Cotton factors, uu the saw KIIt \ \. will do for them when tried. THE undcrMgned. AllOt tIt'-
'f ,!& -4prBeJ do j FAXCY GOODS. cleans the Sea Island Cotton beautiful and 1 wi \ \NEWYORKHIGHEST OF WINSsBoRO.,

cpt Blsach'd t Bruwn Sbirt-j No. 13, Soithera Wharf, gin from 800 to pound tiny, no a. nr' A VOICE FROM GEORGIA 1 pared to dtMount Billt f E.rr .A.'
mJ Sheeting jliatfiMr GOt.Js Manufacturers 10 pr titzt Inl in much V Checke Jtc. dV, oa of the ,
.' c j.. tup : CJfARLESTOX.S.C. tested tb il a I Rod t', following tmtiinonyfi om a Phytieiaa.GKXTLXXCX $ any
. 40.piece Plun and IlaiJronl'ut"'Zlnparlo- Auru.t26. 1854. 34 3mCopartnership better coud.tiou for the Mill from any other Towns ot the U.S. Also Jib.ralld
\ 'tfot: Liutevs, 4 -- --. t :-Your Hebrew plaster bu cured me t&I8s P3y while in tore, and wntlug order* A8ept .
li' Ylanuel'!. of all qu litic! P''">J. Watered and Oro. Notice. Gin.In North Mew
.;C French. English! aud Amcr! Do W ine Silk, r IMIE Canl1nl. L. Hill.Boll of Wayne, County awl! During this period I labored under an affliction of my .
I undrroigtied hare this day entered into a co- cuoty. loins and side and tried remedies that 400 "xes Ma..taeh
Black do
iean: Calicoo! J do do have tried the Um on Short Cotton the many my own t.
' lI: ;1 f' Brown. Bleached and Col-Crape:; Poplins, -* purtuorthip in tbeWHOLESALE tve.jwwt rl'ns..n'Itht.'r and are highly pleated with the result: medical experience suggested but without obt.&ini..g Medal of World's Fair and Gold Meda Ciis1giae .
AND RETAIL I used Plaster, nnd Institute awarded for these goods
Qff. ered Hot. :['tinted IMniues. In New Gui is bound to clean.. relict At length jour Am now subscriber baa
.. t: 4 04 ))8I1tbIWt'1a:; IJ. Wool .4iil r'raian I DB.BUSINESS: : TCSll John: tht Duncan Matagord.i. who sweep purchased the by iu good effects entirely cured. I will recommendthe W A REHOUSE OF CO., 102 BROADWAl akd THE Tobacco of 400 Boa. Vfr .
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t C"It Jew Dnvtd Hebrew Plaster to all who suffering PINE STREET where be fonud assorted qnnt
!.Ji't t 'l' : Funnture.\Ilapl'indwcb., !: Delaines.D. r.VUKX TIlE AIl A.\U STYLE OKBARNARD "'0 Gin* M>ld in 1118. ilaclan-s that if he badrl.i I or are may more car than J Jut Seamn's lot pat ** _
. ''' :: mMtioplailsandtriposPl''i'; ". Md; and Colored trlt J them in time Ginned his wln lecrop. it from contraction <>f the muscle, or p \s- & M A X W ELL.iTht \ .ill
. .f .. 10 Tweed ]:'C' i* pains in the Mile or buck. Far superior to other Water Proof Goods be *oU rip&
pieces Fancy : would have made a difference ( (from 2000 to 3UOo.lolurl any io the chants and Trader also to
.. .. 1'1 10" hY. Je"nsCllpell; Collars anJ Ildkfi )' will be pleaded to we their fricude ." in hia favor. The pe.lp'elr Georgia have but to become acquainted market comprising many desirable articles for Export ; on time> to II'Oad put_

'., BtaekanJ Pan) CoU imfl'eB; k and White Silk! i I.au Cr patron nt the old cUitd <>f K.: li.tuiHnl. (60 inch Gin* vai ranted to pick I IfifX) pounds with its virtues when they will resort to its use aud Country Trade consisting in part of Coats Cloaks D.u-L UD
11 Irt Newport, h.Ler D.
eept :3
: aiiIGlo! uf the Mortar : your., truly M. W. W A LK E R. M. D, ._ 1 854.
, J1'. Black aud colored worsted; sigh c"rller..f1Jllroo >f lint in 12 hours. Tlie 48 inch Guw "'il,from Pouched. Overall Lrggins. Cap SouwesUrs Camp aa
'j Shawls 4.Black WJ.ite and Colored' Cliutou .t.reetlt. whore they will keep I IOtil) to 1200( |H>umU, of lilt ki the oame tm(', with Fi-rsythe. Monroe County. Ga. Blankets Horse Cover. Carriage Cloths, Piano Covers. Bank or Charleat4Q.----
,;,4- .>, Plaid Hdkfs. of nil price' KilGl I. ves. a full iiud, enernl Hf.ortmciit of urliclrs niportainiii:| pro|>er upt-ed. and to run 1\long as a Saw ; and To Messrs. Scovil it Mead. New Orleans, La. Fire Buckets Travelling Bngs Surgical Articles, AOE.'iCYaL New Portj'Irj

i41'i. Pillow case and Linen];Black Silk MitU aud La. to their hue of Imsim-M. and solicit the putrouage ol r in Case of failure, with proper usage, they will L made SUnni Packing and hundreds of tither articles. MCNATJQliT&
-- 1' Sheeting. : die Buck. Gloves their friends and the public. good. JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER INNORI'11 These ga>di are free from unpleasant odor, very NrwportJanuary 14. 184. O

'4b t .t" Plaid and Plain Muslin ofjEdguigs and Intortiugf, K.: HARVARD. JR., Price of 48 inch Gin $30('. For 60 irvh $325. Tu CAltOLlNA.I I! tenacious pliable and els ctienol injured by fatty substance ,
; .- ; all qualities together with';Mantillas, &. tc. G. TROU1' MAXWELL be delivered at the nearest depot or landing thepurchaser MESSRS. ScfiviL tt MEAD: I have been troubled and unlike:: India Rubber. WILL NOT DECOMPOSE -! To THE PUVTERS OF fLei ii-
' t with the chr-inic rheumatism for ti 4\ -- February 1.(4( ,) 1854. & years AND BECO STICKY CHEAPER
.. nnd Man to set the Gin ; are Cotton
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running Seed-No
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fumilhe On the Ibt of July. 1849. I was bad that I could
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--i ; Boots aid Shoes. -- -- Terms Cash ten dnjs and different from any other Gutta Percha madein Bambll.
PERRY AMAKER on not turn myself bed. ami the pain so seveie that I T uod..nigntd. DUW Jn
this and Jliaei..ppt
'f There be st4iek of these Gins in Tallahassee country or Europe
: ivIE:8.: ll"'IaDd, Yt utb'_ Russett Brogans, wi a kept lute not .I..pt! a wink for six days. tt this time my return b"ut. baa iwle
'f.. U1Ihi. Kipa&dOa1f A ATT8BSBY LAW the Buck Store recently occupied by Kttenaing physician prescribed tbo" Hebrew Plaster," Warranted to Stand all Climates. most careful Planter. in the .electo arrangf'mear.aDd .
. .Gent', Calf Sew'cl aud IVg'd Boots.Meu's Mewro. T. Taylor Co. for the sale of their saw CERTIFICATES from m ti.f seed,to ha.
J have
S. TALLAHASSEE FLA. 1 the best remedy fur all sorts uf pains now in use. persons WM tested supply him with Cotton 8ftd "
".'.1 : Kip P J'dlOt... tight ana heavy, 21 1853. 20 Giiiu. 0. W. M'MINN.S the good may be seen at the Store of the Cora pan v. next crop. Be baa taken great pains to "
ffr Women Bootees May All addressed to the at Tal- purest aDd best pI'IIQtn UIe
p Kip Peg'd ClunmuicOtiunl Agent TERMS LIBERAL. sorts aDd will
tv
.. .. I 3 5 S 3 S Sof Planter engage I urii UIe
... .4 Buskins D. P. --O-.T- I"Lalst.c. will meet with prompt attention. Dealers of Florid with better .cdte taa
r.. I.. M..rooM aud Calf Bmkius and Bootees, I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, A. R. CARGILL, AOSXT. are eleewhere.invited to examine these goods before bf.-re; been brought to the Stat H* will bays ft_
II Ladies Kid Tics, )lJu*kiM aud Gaiteri. .li.w.ire Cim/itrrfiiti and l qui Dry. Florida, P. S. Th.* Gins can: IK teen in operation on Short Orders executed to any amount, on short notice. > in St. Lb.
'Ir >..i' Will a jo)J a 4. rtiaeut ofilUaes anJ Children's *e W TIe genuine will in future have tie signatureof cwport. during the next MI or inter
ai- IQkoes. ITJTILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir. Cuttou at the cimiiiieuctmia-t of the tit-xt Giuninoenaon E. TAYLOR on the steel plate engraved uibelon the CAUTION.-Base imitations, made of Vanished duce certificate*,attested,a* to the ,and wi1J.
V at the "f R. "'. 'William, Gen. India Rubber are alreud/ being offered in the market tide character,tilt.
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" r.I; cuit. awl 1 Jackson and Franklin Counties. Plltlti.1 Col tup of each box.Purchasers furnished and the standing uf tL.
' f' l Wm. Bailey, ( ov. John und W. F. 'I.of Therefore; l'urdJl\leullllould tear in mind that all genuine whom Plabtttl! .
Ort..hf'r ttt. 1S!!. 42 'f / are ul\ied that a mean counterfeit of they are obtained. The kink
Hats and Caps. Lll Countv : C ol. B 1-'. Whitlr. of (;S.-idsdcn Cu. ; thi article ;.ui existence. good are stumped with the trade murk of the be the Big White Mexkan. th. fD riI j

'i::. A WILLIAM SCOTT, n omas 1 White, N. .fc J. I). Mnrrick and I R. A. The genuine i* sold only by n*. and by our ngent"appc.ihted Company. WILLIAM RIDER. Little Dr""" The Big Whit. Vick tlae & .

r : aud Boy's Fwh'd utukin l list. IA TTtY fA r l W \ (,iiTig. (. J.ickron Co. :J. U. Arxlcrson and Copt. throughout the South-and no jjjinr i..dlmttd AliI. 5. ':. :31 l ,n. IWt. N. A. G. P. Co. sought after in MiMiwippi a. JSuican are U. .

'-J GKXT3 .4 Drab Braver Utts, Daniel lir.1 Jefternhu County nnd J. C. McGehee, n-ell it. Dealers and put chasers generallyare Florida Hotel but will supply either II the ctierT tfdeSS! 1'-
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:!. : Wide Wake, Seal and Now-a-day .Tulv MONTICELLO FLA. I! Eq. Cc.l H. Hitrrinon. hf f :tlJif.: <.n Ciuuitv.The cautioned ngainst buying of any 'but our regular Pinner wishing Seed, can address lum

: : ** Spin tins? HaU utah qualities; M. 1853.J __30 __tljanBAKER _____ from the Mills ManufacturingCompany H!etits, otherwJNe they will be imposed! nrv n with a MO.VTICELLO, JKFFEUKON COCNTV. Court Hou e, Florida, pot-paid st Jla6a.

., J J dot. Mm' Black and C-.Vd Wool Huts & McIVEK published Illlw. gives som.idea of the alue of worthies article. SCOVIL 4 MEAD r P..mder5igned gives notice to the JOStPII 1.
public
I" .0 JJoy's. Youth and Inf.nU Sporting HU tlas Giu fur Long Staple Cotton. 113 CliHrtres gt. New Orlean I It II" that he baa refitted the Hotel in April 29. lI64. 17Not.te. t/DCTrO'

; ':'.. Wen' Cloth Caps uf a'.l:llise. und pncei ATTORNEYS AT LAW S"le general npeols for the States to whom all orders _I Monticello formerly' kept by Ciipt New

'. ;,r't '1." Boy*s, Y Llut '* and lufa'U and TALLAHASSEE AND QUIKCY. FLORIDA, HoLiukL, MUM. \prl 4, 1654.- iiul applications fur ageucies must be addressed. man. and will be prepared to receive visitors by 1 13th -

- .. : WILL practice in the Middle aud W f'@t..rnClrcuit" S. R PAEKIU-KT. E q. Nov 11, 1W4. 45 4 meow of November.' The lx>n,c is now in thorough : SIX mouth after date. I.hall prmat iasl

..; Crockery, Glass, and Stone Ware. and iu the Counties of Decatur and Jjror Sir: We have used the few Notice. : and will be so managed as to promote the comfort repair.of i vouchers to tL. Judge of Prort o f jSJ
Thom. G
r cI. usually kept in this line. a.nOLl.ING hall!of tea 4and: and other long 'bple Cottou,. guests and boarders. Attached are good stable, 0 uuty. Florida and make applieati h .
.1.I ., EVERY BAKER, .A. N. M'lVER, which you say was ginned on your Sea Inland Cotton I j X month* after datt' thenutler-igned.adminiatra- i here every attention is pnid to Lor.... Terms as charge U Admlniltratriz 01 Georp Wtr.1.I

1. : Saddlery. Tallafinsfe. Quincy. Gin.We O tr of the f tntts of Eluhft McDamel. deceased moderate as at any other Hotel in the country. A ofjeffrrsoii: Count Y. dte aJIfd _

... January 7. 1854. 1 regre in not )having a larger supply of this late i<{ Lron County, will present his final account aud share of custom u respectfully solicited. JANE TASDLF.T.!
: t, t O ADDLfS, Bridle. Martingales Girths Cotton pan through our work : a larger quantity : vouchers, and auk to 1 he cli"Clmrgc.1.HIXTO C. BLESS. October 14. 1834. 'm n

j p *P Sur u&leI. Spur*, Collar, Harries. Carpet NEW YORK. would enable ut t judge more correctly at to the relative J. SAU DEnS. Adm'r. Montkelln o.'lol..r 2R. 1854. Iv 43

"" Bags Valises, Bridle BitU. Stirrup Iron and Le.th. BREWER & CALDWELL, ltrit of your Cotton Giu over the common December. 1845. 46 Cm Tax Collector's Sale.
. faI.o Leather Calf Skius, die, Ac.Bonnets. roller - Leon Circuit Court- virtue
InChancery.
Striuf
; TO CENTER A CO Gin of tb. vested
I I SUCCEOR John Burgdorff. )1 B power urn* by Jatr. J
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS With our experiments on the email lot of Cotton vt f( Attachmmt. Sum sworn to Albert J. Pickett and wifeand ball expose for talc U&re tL.Coart How dor'

( JVV 20, OLD SLIP. received, we arc of the opinion that your Cotton Gin Satlillicl, CrUl'@mtn.; U7 lO' John U. Giudrat and wife at Madison on the Meood Monday in April mt. U.

?1 ; Assortment of Bonnets Wreath and in- loe'ii not injure the :Staple of the C.tou. and that r 1". } following described land or to mor** thereof is will
b'4. 'i.(_ AN flowcri de. &C. May U, 1\-. 19 ly there: is improvement iu the evenness and cleanlin 1"111Dd'UtJ.&l1t 1 and all others interested larc herc- Samuel H. Du\al Admin. pay the State aud county tax due thereon for tU vaf
; the
i' .. COTTON PLANTER'S' of the fibre, which will materially increase the commencement of thin suit re ;istrator. Joseph W.Field et al. 1854, oDd the expenses iiieidcnt thereto. to-wit: "TU
1. value of the article and reduce the coat of Manufac turnstile a JiittiVrV Cutirt. ton\ held at Talluhnn- I T being made tu appear by affidavit that JrsephW. North halt of the Northwest quarter of iwtion twtntj
:: .1 Groceries.RIO vv ".! on the I 13th of November, A. D., 1 18')4. and |rn in
i arc-o'sc. turing.IIoweer. ItpIt'Sir Field. Sarah W. J,\\'dl. Eldon Field Thomas ti>"rhipnnr Jfcrth.Range leno East purrrtliaf
f -' and Laguira Cuft'teOIJ Government Jara. 11-- these are which can be more nnd l ]>Kad to the Mime. Given under inv haul Field ami llnrris Firhl.defHM'aut'inthi* cause, reside to belong to John Patterson.

4 : .. Brown and Crushed Sugar Imperial and T1LLAUASSEEFLOBID1To Aatitfactorily nettled cllcsti.J'. [ on a larger : and seal, this 3rd clay H" 11"'rul'l'r.) A. I).. 1 18M.DOXA'LD beyond] the limit, of the State of Florida to-wit: ir. ROBERT McKINNT,

lr' Green Powder Tea. Oosben Butter packed in ealt.- 0- acale, and I iu order t.accomplish tl
...:J : Soda Cracker and Pep *r Sauce. Old Winchester COTTOK PUSTR andoffttrt of//.;* and the adjoining \ill be able' to furnish l I.ircir .ip|>lic?1: (f long ttaj.I. N.::. I. I 11\-.1. 41 -3m. -0 __ dn appear and answer, otherwise the said 0t .rr J U. 1854. 6m 41

,',. Whikcy 858. ROM and HolUnd Gin Madeira. Port Countits in Flurida and jtur-jitL: Cotton giuucd your Sea l Icland (.'ott: ,n Ciiu. Leon County lion Works.TALLAHASSEE. ripliinitit: bill shall be. Ulen pro confrttn against I
\: and Sbrry Wine, Ooioui, Rice. Tobacco and Soap T E, the under i iir, ned l *ub .crilHr n-turu to you LJ Y..urt I frul\, them and, that tl-is order be published once a week I Wakulla Iron Work,

if, 11. Starch Candy Candle and Shot SuufTin buttle aud ; our mont grateful th.inks: for thu very liberal (Signed) J. !. DAVIS) Agent. FLORIDA. in Homenewspaper( printed iu the Middle Circuit of yfcWPORT, FLOKIDA.

f itl.ad.Jen. Powder in quarter, hulf and whole Kl'g.. patronage which hag been bestowed upon ui,thruu) <;h lladly Folks ... Mills. THIS r-"tal.li"tllllf'lIl! : ] | i i. now' in full operation. All Fluriiln for the spuce of fi.tr HI iitL.At *. fIlls E"taLliLOJt'ot i ia now in full operitioa. Al

.. ; Cid.r and Whit win* Vinegar, Whit Rum. Pench your kiuduegs, since we have t>cen enlaced iu the Jim* 10. m4J; | i '.': will l I.. at ruled I to with |ir .t60r t __ __
and Apple Brandy Americau Brandy, and Old NeeUr Cotton Storagf. Wfi hing and Selling, luilw.t in thi all \\,rk lioifitli, ln-atlif, nnil di*|>:-! j. WAYLES BAKER judge.A all work iloii wih neatness and dipateb.

:'!' ,.:. Whukey. city we again offer our tcr.ileL ensuing neaiii DR. JOHN P. DUVA.T. All LimU ofri rk. 5u' ,nil *>teaiu W.rk. Mill! Work. frti e'py. Attest ;UII.H ,Aituag. JK, Ctk C I Alt kinds of work *ucl. a.Steam Work,If ill Wrk,
y at our old taud, and hope that our duty iu the L I. A hI.tSSIE: FLO KID A.OFKICK 'Jin; 1 (;Ifinnjr Sii,'ir Mill, Cirnilar S.iw Machinery. S..i :. HoM. 4"1 :5 (tliu (jj-ari-ij. Sig.r: Mill Cirru.'ar! i>'II" Machinery

. ... Clothing.GENTS performance of your bUlinlu hcretofote Imi l lsen *o AT TIIE CO CUT HOl'M:.. \111,('ill,!, 1'uliivc. I Hanger: *. P!"ugb Cnstini Bransfastings -AGENcy'oF THE'ETNAuuilerignetl. -- .-- I SI. ftin; >r. Putlej! *. Hanger 'I'IJ61. Cutting Ura*

ir: :. black and colored Cloth Frock and Drew ilihftrged a* to secure your patronage: and luflueuce 18 tic.; al... Suirar Kettle, of any size kept INSURANCE CO. I C:tii!!_. Ac.: anu.! Sugar K"ttlr.. of any else, l'r>tntinlaiitly
4
'ti.t _t Gentt meu'l colored T'_evd Frock. Sack in the future. Very Reep.'ct fully.DROOME. _January2S- : __ __._ __ ._ ...ii'tjntly n till.All work done in such an e.itnb- lIE Agent of the above Companv.L :. ..i> IminL! All wok i/fi:. in curl to r.Uo-
1t"-': aad half Frock Coat, Overcoat of nil kind, with an A HEIR. Notice. him-tit will U; done bv u*, with a particular regard will nrrivp applications for and make insunuice I lirhiiu-tit will; lv el. or f>v CII.ilh a particular, regard

':J. attortment uf Vo.U, PanU, Shirt, Dnurerl. Collar. SeptemJvr 30. 1854. 39 interested will take that tu the *treic'tr Hii-1 durability! of the work. against loes by Fire. .''ii Uriel and Frame Buildings f to the trri'cth!| and durability t'C.th work.Cinnpetfot .

,,'f.f/; ...... tic New Goods. _a VLL"person* after the publication n"titt of thin six- Competent'uikiue.u always iu renduii. to put ul'Eitjies. Furniture Merchandize, dc. I Workmen alwaysinreadiness topmt vfHiiKi'icr
Dln'r.tiem..nt
frt .
.t
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1' January 2\1, 1653. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Ac.Trrin .
" .-, .:;. I Hardware. HAVE just received my Fall Winter I inl'ld to apply to the Hun. Judge of 1'tIIII" will I be liberal and all work done ftrictly f.r -- ------ *ill toe liberal and all work dot* srnetlvr 1

':"t \ f7 VZRYTHIKO uaually] kept in this line I I supply of Cloth, Cactimeres, Y an '. Ac, Allr.liui4trAlor) of I-liip eon of Couuty the estate for a Willi.ua digrhaiifrom H. Biockeubrough. my cash! or accepted orders on ome business firm in this Notice. I (:.1,. <>r nrrrprrd ctdrr "it sins iu.. fiin ift this

: Jit of color, style and which I pbe Lilx.'rall'l i icta paid fur old Iron, and .hi.cv. Tall.hai-fi-e. or QUILCV.
'I.. ,. ;. ... very quality am de .aeed. Copper SIX mot.th. after date! the n.I Ti.igned. a.1miitra ;
'. '.. prepared to make up io the meet faabiouable style ou lhas.All. .f the IJtH-ruI price paid h>r old Iron. C"prand Bra**.
( .r1110 .
estate
1\'. ELLEN: A. BROCKENBBOUGII, AJm'x.Junl' ( ma N hIJ clfe..hf I cl. l.teoI'Isden
: \ Double Barrel GUM Tarying (roIL short notice reasonable terms 1854.! letttrs inu-t ).sa.l.lres.s.l (rx.-t paid) to (; Coutitv. 1-'lurila.1I'ilt! his final f -\l1l!! letter tuuit be addressed (poet laid' ) to
c. ; a 17. v'4-Rm iiresttit account
: GUNS.O -ALSO- ___ J. M SlMVrcn. T..H..I.--,... JI. H.:FOND 4 CO..
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,f ; :. 50. ALSO a general aasortment 0 ---- and vouehrrs to the Honorable Judge of Piobate for;
"I"D";
:' t.: Blaekmitb Tool A L."Rr1 AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Cheap Goods. --MztrdulI,1S54.- .- -- -- said CuuLttt and ui>k t<> be dif.h.trgeil. I _-.Tsnnarv--?.C? 34 2 NrwItt.kia.
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. -.f. Oct )ber ".T. 1854. 42 'iii; Subscribers -- U. tt MILLS. \Jmin.tratvr.
NoticeVI.L
:" READY-MADE CLOTHING 1 t'unl..tnJlat"t P. B. BROKAW'S .
c. ,
.,' .., 4& J cucli u new in their .\i211Mt ?. Hi. l. :2Executor's cm
:. :t."" Curled Hair Mattranes. Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear, arrangfiiient! LIVEBY -. --- pern-*. rditor. J. .tt." trtitled to iJitn-
.: .",'.. such as Cloaks Talmas Coats, Ye t Pants, Ac.tc. busing1! as muLcs it i"-cenarv toif AND SHE STABLES 1 ,.-n e-r i-thcrwife iot rntrtl in tie estate ..1EliLibeib
".. .. .' received on consigument a lot of fine. curled tli-prl..e ; their present ,tok of G.J,. TLn Stock Notice. .
... JUST which will be disposed of at low prices. 'f.\LI.AIJ.SSII'LOHW.: \. .MiII.'r.lat, .f MaIj County. FI.ri f. .1. t mattra* ei, double or *mgle-very thing fur Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars, consists <>t a good supply .f Wutchcs ol .v.-rydrs.riJ- ..-. SIX months after the umft'fllisnt'.1., Kifouf-T: of tie ."*'ed, are hereby notified rlt exhibit! tl.ir .Iain.* atJ
jrl r.:..4:.." kot weathtr which we will ecliluw to cl... Undershirts. Cravats, Stocks, 1"itry. tc_ tc. tion. Jewelry Fancy Good*. Cutler... (hu,., Plated I 'I"IE! : I'p priet -$4. D. LADD. Ware. and c.therlrtld..lI. .f (tiuUiC! IfovHtttf. ill exhibit' hi. Aicouiitmd
numerous which untr "
, Those they pledgethemsehr the .
desiring a thorough consult theirown r"rllI his fii-n, >!! anil I the I.nll..r..i"nt-d. or iue will I-tarred and all
..r. :; .: Kw Port July U. 1854. 28 out.ft to sell to cash riiHtoimrp V ___ : .ud..r before the Judge! of Probate f,-r said ; ptriw
... ;. intrt.'it by giving me cl. A all the above ut greatly reduced juuil.hu. thut t he !.:.. n built _ *<> iuitebted to (liv nit deceased, are requested
Couut". stud fur dual settlement and '
i : ",..: ... MILES NASH & CO. articles have been selected great care, and with prices. TOWLE; 1 MYERS. his _IJ&rHdck StabUn. at the old staml aud is now ( the administration upply a (a'ni'i i Estate.DANIEL discharge make immediate payment to

fl.. -. .' a specul 1 view t their adaptation to this market. Apr 15. IMU._ _. ._ 15 __ ___ prepared to accommodate hi* friemU and ciivtomers. row &o BUIE. Executor. JOHN L JIILLEU. A-lmiuwtratcr.
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'.: ;: : Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., JOHN PRATORIUS. NailsA He also! ha. attached to his Stables a good Black October 21, 1851. 6m 42 f rti.on C. H. Mad. Co. JCo 1 8, '54. Su 41
;r : .{J inform their friend and the public that October 21. 1854. 42 milh Shop, where he will have done all kinds of

I', ; .. WOULD( ) have on hand a good assortment of such 1 A KEGS ou baud and for sal low bvJJ Plantation work Horse ulioeinp. and Carriage work Bagging: and Rope. Notice.

. '.t\.;":: article as arc generally kept in their line of buiines, New GoodS! New Goods \ HEIR & RUST. in the very best manner and with promptness and AGGING and ROPE furnuihul to SIX month after date I chill present my final ac

, :i" and will be receiving regularly i. tk supplies. Their I>ETTON & WHIT AKEn are rP. 'ill. ri brig --August. 19. 1 1854.--- --. S3.- ._-- dispatch. B tomers iu Quantity. I regular). LADD.cis; I, HIM! vouchers to the Judge of Prt-bate(
'i! arms shall Le reasonable.TallahajM.ee ) E. Remingl'n. a general assortment of Goods, iu 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. NntrtlilMT. 5.. 1853. 44 any 2 1854. :., Madison County Adminittratrix with the will aaniifxed .
Newport September 35
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; : April 9th, 185S. 14 Fall and Winter styles I viz: of Len Drew and ak to be dioeliargtd bom
" \ RUck French D Wkin, Irih Line n. T'HE Subscriber offers for sale his Plantation lying Notice.SIX aid admiuistratiotL
and a half miles north of Tullahae There mouths after date the undernened adminis. DR. LEWIS,
; '''. Matter in Fcy French Cassiuieres, Bl'chd and Br'n MARGARET DREW, Admmutntrit
.. .' -,. 'f Chancery's Sale. Fancy Tweeds, Damask Dmeltic", are in the tract, seven hundred a'rt'a..r as good land '-r of the estate of Thompson 'Ware deceased RESIDENT DENTIST, October 14, 1854. Cm 41 ,
.; ;t.i virtue of a decree in Chancery rendered on the Kentucky Jeans, Assorted *. ran 'Im found in the State-3UC cleared and the late of J!/' .n County. Florida.will present hi* final TALLAHASSEE FLA.fBIS -
:BY
: .: I" day of November, A. D. 1854 in Jefferson Plaid Carolina Fannel. balance in W>MK|. On the premises are a good Dwelling accounts and touches to the Hon. Tb.mBs J. Chare.Jitdir Middle Circuit of Hu\idu\ -In Leon Ciievil Cnfi- 1
;:lI', : ., Circuit Court,whertiu A ia May,atlmillilltrawrof Richard Linm-ys Flannels Manners Strpl. 1 bouse Gin House and S<*rew. with negro cabins ? ".f Prubate fo- said County find A"k to be dis. now inserting Artificial Teeth on the George N. Heir d J-me, S.

:_, .. S. 1. B. Cole (deceased aud alto of the ecUte, of Car.- Opera Prilltt do Carolina Plaids and all other out buildings. To a good purchaser.Ibis charged. WM. H. WARE. Adm'r. new and improved principle with Partner tiading. tc., at RIIt'l[ Debt by IttaeivRuit.

...4.;.:' .: ". line Cole. deceased, and Margaret M. May his wife, Blue Denim. Canton Flannel, is a rare opportunity. Terms made easy. Address November 11, 1P54. 6m 45 gums. from one side to the W& i m'ot.
L.".f ..ndsai1 May in right of his aid wife and a* her next Drills. Bed Blankets. me through the Tallahassee Post Office, or see me on ther. without seam or crack leaving n. place for I the Joseph A. J. Roney. J J
Beeswax Beeswax odgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly "lIE defendant and all inUrnted
other
.
:,r.' : friend, Complainants' Alvin May aud Caroline his Blue the premises. J. ELIOT. penon
l x .:. wife and the infant heir of Richard B. Cole and others English Fancy Ca1ol. Negro, Red A Gr'n DLk'u June 10,1854 28 TASTED b any quantity for cash IT trade, by ife-like, and restoring original ci'ntoiirofthe face JL will take notice of the intitmk of the above
Pln Blankets. \\7". so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls in entitled suit .
I.- ';_ D :ffudant I will sell at public outcry before the Printed White BERRY 4 ROWLES by attachment and they are hereby r -
.. ..%., .' ; Court House door in the Town uf Monticeilo Georgia Plains ktt* can obtain all necessary information by letter. therein-dated 13h November. 1P54. I'
; the lit day January, A. D. 1855, within legal
: .I:;. .I bun the folio wing described land, nituate, lying aod I Heavy" Oi-naburg.Merino Shirts. o -To the Old Settlers of Florida. He[ will wan ant, in every iOltanee.lI1tit'fJletwD aud HUGH ARCU Ja.ark.
WILLIAM H.
" ;,\ {. being in the County Jefferson, to-wit: Draws NEWSOM ill* E. 1t1c ler". late of the General Land inces to suit tbe times. Terms Cash or w hen called November 18. 1854. 1m 46 !
,
1 .t' t. The Southern part of the West bf of the Northwest LfOULD inform his Jill pad Pension Office, Washington D. C, will or.
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Napkins Towels
,. .;.t quarter of section 11, Township 1. South of Range 4. Scotch friends and the public atUnd promptly to all claims under Florida Armed June 24, 18M. 25 New Fall and Winter Goods.

: .--1 :X. containing50: acres; alto four and a balf eighth All offered at Diapr. for that be may always be found _ Occupation Acts of 1842 and 1848. Persons who

:;;. '.' lying pear the Augustine Road and bounded by land credit at the Store one dLr pre of cssh Messrs.o approved at the STABLE opposite tbe Jail ready to accommodate were settler under the said. Act of 1842 and having Notice.ALL DAVID C. WILSON

.. :: .. '..;. .f Win. Gorman, GrantWu and the estate of R. Scott. uuth lug.kil" them with Carriages and Horses. complied with the requirements thereof have not received persons indebted to the undersigned by aC-

:...:.%, <. B. Cole ; alto one other tract or parcel of laud lying c 4. 40Copartnership HP Horses kept at Livery on reasonable terms. the PATENTS for their land. can have them obtained unt are requested to eume forward immediately IS DOW receiving from the brig Remington. Waei
,. ... 8D the Augustine Road eontaJnuu; f ur and a half Ot'.1R C3f" Vacant Lb and Feed furnished f. r Drovers or attended to by tbe subscriber. atd settle either by cash or note ; as he has sold sail other TeMel. hi* usual supply of Fall ud

.- :.. eighths known as the Harvey land and a W one other Notice. with UOTHCS and Mules. Also claims prosecuted for Pensions.Bounty Lands out and is anxious to close hi. buuh 118 ,m>n &s pos Winter G XM!-all ol which were selected by' himself
;"i', .. tract or parcel of laud lying on the rwad leading (rumtt' lIe "ill exert himself to give i satisfaction tn his patrons Scrip. Back Pay Lo, 4&, ou the most reasonableterms. sible. JOSEPH WHITE. I in New York and purchased on the moet ravorabl*
the estate of It. B. Cole to Mou.Icello of four eighth*, T'lIE ondersignetl 1 having bought out the stand for and solicits a share of the public custom. Centreville. Nov. 18, 1854. 4& terms many of them at reduced price, which will enable
:: : containing to all onu thousand and forty acres more ooupie1 l by J(. White, at Centre*Hie, Tallahassee Augutt 26, 1 64.> 34 RxriBENcn.' him to supply bis customers and all who may

F ';r' er '. FriJa will continue the lliDe under the name Hon. Lrww CAM U. S. Senate Plantation for Sale. favour him with a call either for cash or approved
r 't Ttnnt .lloui One half in ad of Byrd Comb.where they are now of credit, at price certainly M low, if not lower .
: 4
'!; ff. *tf :- one year and the COFFIN & PIUNGLE JAMES CoorxE valuable Plantation in Jefferson for uaa,
.t.{I.: etbtr half in two years from the date of the sale with fering the present reduced price. We solicit JOH.I Waso Washington D. C. THAT the residence of the late Rev Wesley County Adams house in this city. They in part eoukt of -
the of the
former
i ?* MUrest from data at the rate of patronage and others. :FA.OTOB.
eight per cent to beaeeured enltmerl. R.COMBZ, Address Pod Paid JULIUS E. ME!ERE. within one mile of Barley's Mill lying on the I Fancy d staple Dry Good'Stationery,

lvi t %, by mortgage on the J \premises.MESR...TUCKER B. F. BYRD. CHARLESTON S. C.ANY Washington D. C. road from Montioello to Newport,containing 400 acres I Boot and Shoes Drogtand 1 Perfumery,

muter in Chance Centreville, October 2', 1854. 3m 43 : consignments of LONG and SHORT STA October 21.1854. 6 re 42 with all the necessary improvements about 140 acres : Hardware. Saddlery
m; Special -_ COTTON and other Produce will meet of the same cleared with Cora Cane, Potatoes Hogs : Hollow War, Oroteruea..
: Vevember 21, 1854. 6w 47 Tar Tar : with their best attention. Reference can be bad of' Great Bargains at the New Cash St.re. Cattle. Mules and Forming Utensils, with a good Su- I Crockery and Glass Ware, Iron and Ste.l.

i'& Wines &C. sale, any quantity of Tar. made by the Patent I JAMES N. LIPSOOMB, Madison County, or R. E. Dvaa [One Door South ofG. 4' J. Meginnit.] gar Mill well arranged Ac and sold for the purpose Hate and Cap. B..ping and .
,* ; Syrups, FOR This Tar Quincy Fla.September. of making a Division among legatees. Said Plantation Booneta and Trimmings, Pamta. Oils &..U.
$ being free
from E. M.
Otard Worcestershire Sanoe entirely any MR FRALEIGH takes pleasure to inform is situated in one of the best neighborhoods for Mo aud Boy' Clothing I
Brandy, SO 1854. 89
:/p OLD frit dust, etc, is the very bent in use fo vessels rig- 4m citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity that be
and in the
..t1' Port Fresh Lobster, nffMcNAUOHT health good Society County, and within one
I..5 ,J4 Madeira, Shad. New Port, October 28. 1854. 4 ORMoND. For Sale. is now opening and a large and well selected stock of Dry mile of Springfield Church. Middle Ci.cvtr /flori<.. In Lcim OrtiiU 0**
Goods of Embroideries
t a large assortment and
1' Clams, 'II 4 Persons wishing to purchase will call oo Mr.Wash
White
Bberry,
It. : '>. GUNNY BAGS suitable for CoUJJ Laces Ladle's Dress Cape also latest styles of Headdresses Joseph )
ti London Porter .4 lIallibu'f O A A picking ington Patterson, on the place who will show them
,."\ Scotch Ale, Sardines, Carriage, Buggies, and Harness, I h \ ton. 11000 KISS
I L-f$t' Brandy Peacbe.TOIPat.oe Ketchup For Sale by P. B. Br.kaw. August 1 g. 186(. 88 cry description a No. 1 asaortmentof Boots and Shoes. Terms easy. Apply to either of the subscribers. A.J.Roo.,. )
Hate and Caps also a fine assortment of Jewelry and D f odaot and all other penoa W**
DARIUS
..1J' ;t:; Brandy Cherries, Walnut rrhIE' Sulittcriber has just received a Notice. other fancy article too numerous to mention.my motto WILLIAMS )t hecut.on. THE take notice of the abor aotitM -bJ .

ttl I Gaova JellJ'tm.r'l Spices.PKklea. I J. very large supply Carriages,Bug of TUNNO PINCKNEY A being. "Large sales and small Profits." Remember ABNRH .V1THINGTON, f taehment and they are hereby required to!Prr.Tplead
do. co-partnership September 9,1854. 86
\ Currant gies, and lamcl which be offers fur THE this stuck is entirely new. I to the declarative filed tiertro. Dated W*
been dissolved
: Preserved Quince I sale the having tLuubecriber will coo
Raspberry
Syrup oo mot reable 0"-
t.t the October 7. 1854. 40 November 1854. HUGH ARCHER J.
(lane
Pears Strawberry November 18, 1854. WHITE &
4 I SLUSSER. November 26. 1854. _
FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION 4..
I" ti-} Ginger, Lemon MGing BUSINESS New Books, &c.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in
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Sparkling Gelatine .rIWArnls Bounty Land Warrants i on his own accouat. R. Q. PINCKNEY.Jr. receiving from New York large and Copper,p mile Nttke.TIlJ .
I a care
:
Tin Sheet Iron Brittania
11't.". Ftavorinf Extracts Office, NORTU CoMWE&L'ULflU.. .'. Now dj Japancd-JYa .
.; hJ SpenuhOlives, Salad Oil, THOUGHT at the hifkttl price, and procur..Dedfortho.ewbohvenotbeeoabletoe. ---0- selected stock of Books embracing every tnbacriberhaa a quantity of Gun*,pistols **

'\/ -j a' :roflisb Mustard Capers t .. t REFERENCES.IXGtAIIAM department of Literature and with tbe stock on band Cooking Parlor and Wood Stoves band which L* repaired for varioo* per-
r \ : tablisb their If have received a larger and more varied assortment than baa ever BOO, but who have not called and paid for them aM
Cider any a
1! Claret Sparkling
f clim received aU trimmed
& WlDB- and in
JoHJf VlHSti''ct"eo. been offered to this Blank Books complete tar
Old to let commnuity. of every he hereby give notice that unless tW artielee we
amount
'ere know
Port J me
': Juice the
'c41 t TobaecA, etitle GouaDif MATTHIKMKN .JUST of the latest and for
ri D. U. AMES. Having bad fourteen years iu the : Jr Co. size and Ruling Stationery of the best description. improved patterns kea away by tb* flnt day Febroary oeat. M will
lt Havana Began.Kevemberll.1854. no prosecution Charleston.September g. 18&4. 35 tt Bankers Cases Port Folio Envelope, Buff White and reduced prices and will defy eotapettuoo the tto
( 41 and of Government claims, I understand cause tame to U ,told at public ontcqt0
attin for neatness, durability vod service.
\ _ _ _ _ fully "ays and means of getting through thenroullpracnt STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Enamelled, different sizes. Drawing and Tissue I'aI" highest bidder to,pay expcoM J-
f : I have in | ,Cutlery Lithographic and Oil Paintings BaRI.). :- f le 'V..k. JOH1T BURG D0U?.

'i .:4Ji! "..11I Oils Wilte Lead, Ac. a Wahmj. ",87 my AT IfEWPORT. hold Pens with or without.. Maynard A Noyee, Roofing. Ornamental Head for Gutter Guttering. Tallahassee, N01" t. '18 4. 44 1! ..

# .4 /vBOXCS Window Glass, assorted sizes, 120 besides South Carolina and T"OI AI1ma THE undersigned still carries on the above boridcsa Harrison A BlackwoodV Black and Rail Ink. Also a Tin conducting PIpes Sheet Zine Sheet Lead. Lead

J.UI100 k.s White Lead,pure,extra ct No. J, G8ga of persons engaged b the Florida War. ita branches. Buildings well calculated for large variety of Fancy Articles. Pipe Cistern Pumpe Shop Work o* every description Land for Sale. : .

I LrTh1'LIDSSe4 Oil If yon bare any Quark Master, Pension or Bounty I despatching wagons. L. LADD. JOHN McDOUGALL. done with neatnw and deparch. I WILL Mil my plantation WIDe that are reaa-
S .If Lard Oil .I Land Claims, call in. No charge if Iobtidonoznnney. Newport September S, 1854. IiI October 1. us,. tf 41 City and Country MerdianU will find it to their advantage enable and 'accommodating to the porebaar. 11 01

,1' 2O.iOCPa1ut C. H. BLOOD.V. I to give them call before purchasing eWwbere. lie in Jefferson (7onntv. Fla, eighteen miles East

irsvptwf Paint ((1.b1l.ud 4 bbls.) unsettled business with himself Hides Wanted. For Sale. Tallabaaaee the neighborhood of .Wankeenan 1&
:0; B PeU to call without Salt Hides also small Farms io Wakulla tjf N. B. All oar arlielea are manufactured from: it choice laud and IB good re .with two haDdnd
delay
Train OU.lbbLUopaJVarnuh or County,
otter
t o i at invit prnAA Dry and Deer FOUR containing soma sad
and warranted durable cleared. t.Dd-buyers .
A Whittle/a Store tUUU wbicb the 80 each with the very hast material ou I aDd sixty acres
e",1' bAmJuDd MrataLp c.O( .Dtt ,) Skins for highest market twice acres good dwellings and out ANDU8OXP)4vIl$34. "
oftVed for .
a & "
will
be
'OUI'MIYf.
JiJJlES. I"JrFa. will be paid by D. C. WILSON. boosee on the same. Enquire at tbis office.Octolcr other JOe t4'
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*1 %qj.lt1lls:4. ;: 11.1H. 4 'm .btlW.UU. 41 li, 1854. 41 October


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