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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: February 17, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BYDYKE & YILLIAIUS. TALLAHASSEE. FLORHfA, FEBRUARY 17, 1855. VOLUME VIJNO. b li!

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Constitution by sending to lie next (;Jeiieial Assembly an overwhelming Your Comn.rttcc J Jg leave submit tile fot1otviw reoIL.ti(4Im :
SPEECH: : Court Judges ro.difcaarpe the !ntifa and to r.
the
OF HON. 1. A. LONG ncercw powers of
majoiity: who dei-IaieJ the! act a gioi-s infraction, ot the Constitution R"ck. '1 by tf.e iI.be (f R-prttnHutivt That ilc Beparati of tlic pnw- the Supreme Court and if the .
ert of w-iterunient into th.c dii tiiiot, people o will, they so amend
drpartment*. n* CfAhh4IeI by our Cufisti- may ,
and then-fore make this
0 btLITEREDIn null tid void. And to : caso appear tttii"t.js: i ceath1to the pre ervatfirfi? of r ri<;!it* and liberties.u th-j Constitution as again to require thu duty Ht tlieir hflfidn., 'Bat
more !poitinent to thecue-li'Mi) ; now) before U=, cllir.v!! me t to state that Kc*
the FlofMa State Senate, Dccc afar 27, 1851, ihe provisions of -ur Cn'istitulion iu lelati-w to titc r,11Qv.l, !from office : operate as recipr'-cul checks, ufx>n each ftllicr. of the Judges, ;'d rcrb.ilim funn Cousiiti.tion; of Kf-Kfilc'fJ. 'J'hat; th 1suwtr USert(1 l by the lt't Le_ 'slature. of nV.lM.tng orreorganizraj Lo ,.
Jie III! to Ic entitled 4z Act tn the Performance r.rerrj sumes may only accomplished by'an amendment of tbe Constitution.
: Regulate of Kentucky. I ciave the indulgence pf. the Senate for reading a fewextracts' the Court f.f Af'pC4.! u tlif-n attempted. is taitircfy Kuhverdiveofj ::
- the Duties nflhf Supreme Ccvr! this ',S/afr and to j tho indepcndeaor* of th Jndici'.l) departinrnt. liPid detroT one of thuse checls' $
of change
which I have made icleicnce that *
fiom the documents!! to j proiidedby the nii-jti.jn! to prevent the encroachment gOTcrnmrat and to And allow! me to remark, tliat the last quoted chnse of the Con.
Ac tine and jTacefor hailing the terms thereof." we may ff thut the sentiments and 1 opinions 1 am advancing have: rtoure the lights of the citizens. stl; ution docs not authorize the LepUhfure to impose thd 'duties of 4 1 i

been entertfdne! l npon a siinilni ortas-iui, by ma/iy men dislingiiished } j "It'sfilvtd, 'Hint the txi-i IIe of *uch power by the Legialatere i ii uncoostitu- the Supreme Court upon the Circuit Court Jndgt'* at time'or _
and viitue., And the Crfel sluill l ha fioui the !I tiiitiai, and tends towards deptibru.' any ,
extract
talent
for : under '
MIL PBBIIDEJCT :-Before I proceed to detnil the reasons any circumstances. On the contrary, it plain!v empowers the : i ft! I
hATe influenced my mind to vote. agaiiut this bill, it aflorils me pro! .t.Z which the minority in I the Kentucky!) LegiMalure spicad pun I To fc!>ow the action of the Legislaiuie upon the resolutions thus LvgiUture to #fortunate tho Supreme Court pow-r of the Circuit .

pleasure to refer to the assurance which the Senator from Jack- the Joiti.riK i l auaiu-l-" I the p'f.s.ige of the '* -iet to :e.orgaliize the Supreme ropnilfd, I must beg the hit ILFI- indulgence of the Senate while 1 Judges, at any tiim.alU-r.awi ii, no cane before, expiration'of
I Court, Thi* ;protest j Is fnid by fotty-iiiiht members- read iho follow) from the Journals tile terni f five years the trst s
lug extract from l-ctida of
foil, who introduced it, has p'w-n, that although a whig) himself, : I ? < t the Judges toe t ,
twelve S, nator, and \\hom .
Circuit
: ? thirty-tix n.-petii.t/.ti\e; among aie Courts I think the
1 be has been will he influenced by considerations in u plain sense of this clause ol' the Constitutioti
not nor party I TH! f.ft r --lulK-n fiavina Ix'en the .tien then -
and adopted xra
some of tlm inoi-t (ujtiIIg'hllt.l lawyers, st.tteMnen; p.ltiiols' of I qno put upon has bcerrmtsunderstood I
acting tipon this subject, I nni particulaily pleased to hear th'* as- the odi'ftiiti .if the spn.nJ. n ht-h: was oVHtd hi the affirmative. through mere carelessness, for it
the, Southwest; such as Ciitlcndt-n: Den I Harden, Kubeit, WJcklillami seems to to
murance because in its absence I should have legarded this} as n The ypimaiid na\s Ixing require tlivm-n l by Messrs. CrittenOen and Green me bbvery J perspicuous in its meaning a. well when .
o'Jicrs 'catocly] less faxurably! lvis i\\n far talents, and \ ti' considered lfas :
; were as follow*, tin by it when considered in
:
democratic Judges .
strict party movement, designed! ( to gtt aid of m t connection with'lhe: otHer '
only on account of the source from which the bjll eiuuntpJ !but because .. Vhile te?: Qi'nt> coimsj'1*. tlio JIU'L'b! eiitisKl to li! i-flVf, until i iPmn-eiT Yrs-3lr. Sj'eakcr. MLiFr*. Bbrige! B. W", Blaclbiirn, CreekKreckeu- kindred' provfcons of the Constitution: When consideredbv". .

Isbt tummcr I )heard the question of the abolition of OH- Supreme f >r iiit-lifhm j'I i. I in.: .- b<- thi\'i Ld l with iidt '.fi'rn'<* in niiicf, Umrjj' (.ofl4tit Uti.pn 1 rvlcp.iVItlMMlen Uniwii.; DnuiM.HnnV.Hriit.-n Davi Duke, Ca, Diihlrt'p;tr. Cl,l ,.. ,,, 4ij.il! l It rt-J Irit if fir oilier) trt.iiAWe there shad
ii 1,4 not
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whi p ;| : any : eaue, ;nm'1r. Ilitil, llntiff b&any separate Supreme Court
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Contt diocusfced iu.a neijjhhoiing county as a popo.-d ni. IInn mi. lisrIlIn.. 1Lirvev, Iluskin, HntthiWn, Jurats, Judge electedfor' ..
j iM>t iiidififiit f-r ais iin&t1it-i.t.: it !1.> pr..j>"sf l tn rcnc: Liai.: it i is nycuft.trjt l MHr during that perio4 the Circuit Court c!*;
the effect -iw.' tlurlertio.n i. Uv, # .ui, hulMnyii.irClanal! ,'MCotmm. MCtg.tinefl.MMihInh OwsTey Judges gJwU
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heard to same ever : perform
measure nr.d I have tumors '. 'i.viituie sL uM the dalles:
t lli.it t vv.i tl.irilv f 1 t-Ui l.i.ui. <-a <>f ti.f Lf < omivnr iu nn U'kli -*- Iteed
Court resulted' in favor of cainiidMe!: j Pnynt Swiil.tskyl H, Spalding.! Street Tarlton, liwlK-rt T TW,Tio>b "rIrtVi' of the Supreme %omt, 'and thereafter ttnlil General
lor Supreme Judges I t.. the fitvf-rtii t' niorc iiim., The rii'iHtjtuti t'-Iemt's! n i tln-r ni.de! .f rvI [ Ksiinly
: Iurnr. Wa.ljt-ll. \\ ade. Walkvr, Ii R. Watkiiw E. Watkiaj Wilkoo WinS shall ollj c-
otherwise '
who were attached to lli democratic paity. lint i a4ii gLad tolfui I l1.bv'flh1C the Ji'df tri'in ih I'jfir ; tliis i li ilini"H! r..>n<\ If tlun tl.e Court! I *< \. Whitr, S. A\'l.tr.! W.KKlro, and Ymitis- 3. -ovide. That i ii to My, no jotiii shlj be2 .f.
nil party moti\-eK *o distjnctly dibclainifd, and inyfelf! nrtinu; tfl). ,n CiflhI: t I Nh -lii-l't*! fir iiist-"f>tiiiiu-l, tin- aiteiiijjt t.i roni'r' lli<- Jml M l.y jt j.tiini ; *- Nay-Mt'rc. Peni-i and S.-.miu-l 2."TlMMpjfttion made until after ,ie term of five jesrs. hut when that tenrihaex .
.riuiIZ1 14 pnp.iMy' ;ni l .Ivi..tI'y'' un-viiMiluli.'flI.! We ii-n>L that I tinC'iilt the Gener.
this assurance, shall avoid all argument' of .1 stiictly pnrty clncnwhifh ; I wts: then tiiken ou the adoption of tlw! third re ola'ion, *lk-h pired, Assembly are nt liberty to make other prorSiont .
utid
t '.1' Apie.il;| i* n.it ii l 1>\ tin* CiMitiiluti-.iti, lljcufoie can only be atulixJfil k III
and niMke. was < itkd in the a'lirinritive. it they see fit. 1 jt if no other is
it bo privilege d.ity to provision made the
otherwise might my by th pe-'jile in Oi>ii\eiitii>1)). The Circmt Judff.
In order clearly! to understand tlu subject, it is important thai wvhftre 1I1rC. yeas: nnd n-.y ti.itig; required t'jtrt-on by Mc !rs. Tarlttu and Brecken- es are to.continueto as Suprerae Court J dges. If however ,

n aecura Ln .trdgcl of th effective provi-lotis of this Jillhcn !.- I The next extract 1 s'tall, ren is from ihe opinion of the Supreme I \eii-Mr.wro ns f.i11SWl S'poKker., viz Mocnr-: other priiM'aion.; \* made, the the:Supreme Court powers ottheC1r.* .
B.'iin'Mlt-e. rinckbnrti. Brr> Breckf-nrKt!
%% it was bvfor the set't: CuIIIitt (a 13i4j01tt( (. lilIIIPmembcri Couit in snlenn apjTai: to tin* people, in which they give at length ; Drown limre, lliirt.. (io'y.} COI'tYI. Cox. Crittmdcn. Davi*. Duke ck. Piinlap.KarIIXT. p-, cut; Judges cease foreter, unless the Constitution shall be'so amend" W:

ha-e reprrted ; :ibt il I had ocetsu'n, :in'I iu.it I their reasons: for ret'n'>.u t toiild olM-dietice lo the UMeoiiMitutioiial Ford. (Jiljfun. (;r.i. Grut.v.! 1Iufrh. 1ron. Hanlin. /larvoy, Hutchinson. ed as to re-impose those duties and functions upon them Now I '

Cje tl, I>ecano my e H.'tii;; <1uty <:;iriuiM i\i i-Aau-uiv the i-iii.- | act of the lA'gi-laluri'. Tiiaddiess! Iii'l l by the three! Judges Oltho Jamt L'- _;in. Mard itII. Mav. \I'U..tluehl, -rm.On-sley, Payne Rc!!. Skvles, ask S--nMor whether it be a fact or not that she General Assembly, t

From that examination it apjtears to have Imttuo) objerts znl 1 purpose Supreme C'tiuit, be.-rs date:: 'an.' 1 1S '5 : ritroet Wil'on! ,ItooertTajlor.A.VhtP.: W
The first of t'ui'FC is the rnnotal cflfic Jiitlgrx sf/ Ii' j jSupreme. Supremo Court Judges, than that in
*. present 1' I '>"ays Me r Barlwr Carter. exposed the third clause
? [ i ;fl1.fl4q in ?rj'j .it t "f o".r s!>!e .f !! i.l.ji-ct. Urtf : Chenowith. CoVr.ar. Coombs. Daniel, Elik- of
Court, unJ llic second i is tho ajipoinlincnt) by the !*
lure of Svprenc Cut-rt JwJ/jrjr to ft!! th'ir/ place. { '-;:i-V?* nr"I in lI.< .''ii'n I.-: :stIin.i..I t'i :ii>i.Ii)1) tliii ;ii-j>.-ln'! Ci-iat vliic)) the IVrriii, ijnnt'tl, . No\v, Mr. IVfvlent, my ;jTJrposo i ii to prove (to t'no Senate i itKat people-Htf.l-tli>.t it ?h.t ii". ;ij';'' J in i.ii-i-i. :.p! <'" ;.n z.i..L.r:i !] tuai n> r lttt | \ i'e and U'h'.t'20.. to inq-iire: what part of that clause, or any other, is .
supposed
tl.e Ciritenti-, i } .' \ \\i-\-\\ .her.i'j. fix.-..t ll I ..! it I t I "Tne question wa* Ihtii t/iken on the adopt-on of tLe fourth resoluli which to ou 1 *
Sr.diT the CoM j jcomplish ji.'oj'K1 in :ini > < i ii;: ; <:D- : npt.iI l tlionzc the to
the Legislature: have no jiover, tituii'm. to :u \vft > deciilrd in the aftint-nti\e., Legislature re-impose upon :he Cirf oit Court .
t.i \\ie .j. tl h.> itt'jv'.U'e; .?!i llijl |Kwer lf tli" S'-ito 1i :.i tli"-e wi'lt I wn.n) the the Judges
cither of thes avowed objt'. lint befoj" I p-nceoi'' t to J.MI.JI',. liaTv llje Cai.litit CdllstilUUiHI.ilU I '. 'J lie yen' anSI ,.a% f, being rifred rbereon by Messrs. CrittcnvJni and Co by, power and duties originally conferred upon them, until the oln-
this allo'V refer to avowal ? aun-i iuiiLielji .. were a j f !! >\\ er provision was made ? I for "
srgunT'Jit, me t" an r It'iei I !t. r i-\i-l'- it. :il 1 i i. ihfM-f.'li' I !l'-"lt | !. nil I Vi'l'h I IL'lliur VIZ pause a reply-for c!&fre to bw all'
has hc'-n made by the author of this b'll, (the Senator Irnm, Jtc-!;
When dNelaimiiiir any' p-uty feelinir or dij-i ;i j-i this mensur$ *, that .Iu.!iit nf ,tie >,i.| n 'tt A i j;>. ]'. ,ti t'ui t <'I! tl.i* t.ttt, \\hi.-li wv ierri\ *'tI! lji mtlo I i Itrsi. B,ut'. ii. ( ..w;,,,. I'I'X, Critttti.kn_ D.tri& Diku, DflflLlJl. Fariller, in it, truth, or eipt.se its error. 'J'here beinjj.then no
ji-. J jt'- lit.-.. :.1! ill, in-=iiiii4.: t.t..lit\ ,it f i.I! -ii e. ntituMi'ii.d"l#, ;.n'I thut liie 1 i'.rI (; !I'iuhii'i-.ti. .taI(4 Jigtn. t.ir1aII. May. M0onn11. which such langrta tip. -1
diil admit! Mid deel-re! that lie not actuated bny on an arffumeat or inference
Htnator frankly was \ & JM-1| .lie JI .jti.i j >w r C i..\ii-n.ir. Mitli 1 the J'-tr.ff. M* Vi li-.i I liy thC..n'.titniftvr ; ]i Owii.ri. I-'l. SkSri'rt.! R'.I'rt 'las br. _. ... '. _. SS'a'I- can rest, I ask Senators
on.il or potitical hostility to tje! jrt'H-nt Judges jf.the S u. i :i, \ 1krr. H. K. WatkinS [ what did m fact constitute the other provision which :
f.or t4.'a, ti.I t 's..st with It.fliii .t 11ij. ctt t l %%t .:( ,,? t. I I'rr iw.n.Vbite.( ; \V.Mds-on and ;(Iti47. the Iiegiature! -
primA Conrt. On tlio contrary he declared that! they were um-x-1 : '5. 'iri !st. I iI. '.,'i !1. t.k; :.(t 14. I .t'i, :i r, i f t.4! Nsv.-3-.r.[ 1tarI, ', Ciiittr, ChenowitJi.! Coernan.! Cooinrm. Daniel Kllw- made to exempt the Circuit Court Judges fro.u furthertfseharffe .
crptionsl in every rosp2"t, and were popular with the people! of th. f ( ..i.tt. : i snid r .i .ti isl.. ii.t !i.1..1..I z ':.n.! ri ii &ni ttt ton 1i.l-hCr. Fiiton.! ha!I. Ila-kiri Lee, tai tII., M'Clanalmn. M'C-rmui. Stiller, of Supreme Court duties ? And J know that there be
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whole i t3te and especially so with his constituents, in p' i.ipf ul j t lie :.; -:. t. i.,1.i.*.., it ha J it.. i ii.. rt.ejlt ..f jut ctrit'tr M'?Iilan.! >,4.ji-r.( N'stli.!!. 1ti t Ill, I.e!ttr. S.-itnncl, Sander?, Spalding, Tarltou, answer t,. this question, namely,-it consisted of the can bat one
., Wade Ward \\-itkin organization? of
'i'i'I.r -! qi si t.'i H i I ,- ; v ;tiI.jrt"z. in teh: : ii ; Win-ate and! S. White-27.
tich ho referred to the overwhelming tnajuiity they had received j & separate Supreme Court, which was
accomplished
aIh.tJ .1 the
te tIiiu' 4It (11 i i't uv rn nr I av i by election!
in the late electiyn. it iimii. ; fur .t'n< In TJOW of this frs.uk in1 l ]ni avnwal, iricnnfradivted as iti i*, the1 rifiT lii' iii, ii i t: tnve njt. ; i! -i.nU'-i' !1'. "* t' :! I th<- two Court* r.n bitvveen not only the evils springing Horn an htien.pt of one department of ance with the 12th clause of the wine fifth Article, of the Constitu S
-rUbifim-l tli<- iiie! Hiid I tlie Li"'i !;st'ii.-. t' tinlrt .ititj.i, (1 f the tl. the ton! it stood at that time
first question 1 propose to discuss ib the power of the! pi u [M-i-ple lnlve I government of a tree people to usurp control over another coordinate as prior bits amendment. And I call the
t>I.i )!, \sli.) Imic their (f-i\ t.iiiiiiiit iu iiiir t o'vii li:.'I.I- HIM! \vli'i) <*an (-!I2flt it at
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to rennve from oflice the Juuges .f the Supremo Conrt, veil by i ii.npeachnient apartment, but we see also? that the attempt proved a shameful social attention of Senators to this clause of the Constitution
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p1etu: i. Q i urn t liv HIIV < itirH" 1 1 I "ir< ret -I.r i this riiiMri-tititiuitil I net of as
adires! in the f-jcv: of the avowal that they hav.- j aboition, an ignominious failnre. And as like causes usually btood, unaltered until December, 1850. that! '
or tli* L"ui"intme taliil. I It I Me j'i n.M iircri. t til! the I I lefji<'i.-i\i Ci>uit ea ] ty section of the 5th '
committed no crime or faiU personal or otftcial; and' that; they haw: (ivvin I J uf v.'isI tttti! i..!1.1 l tniiniioti; u.- CY.I. li: tni| >u; I the c uis- \\ haveilone.! | produce l'kn ejects, I think the friends of this bill should! regard the Article, it is provided that, ','

Rnd deserve the cuif9lce of a I HT O mnjotity <>f the) quI1iti4l: v w'i' uTtrlly !::4tuiIii t'.e' n {jn-'ice "t t tl.e I .i <: if' it-v: U|>"'l <'ur! <*'.|.>|ii t. nnd! t"lnnilv ;I history of tht Keitncktttemptat usurpation as nn admonition wor- The Jmlges of the Circr.lt Cwrt, '
ibill. U.
oj thii, State, a tnurh larger r.jnjority than; the average tnajoiity b\ l lonie! hat if es... it-i! <:\ .<| tmt i.ur HVV.I J p'-iM 1li! interest :I!..MIrn inV' j thy of rer'ous con-.ideratiofi., It i is not to be expected that the people *'emb7! w be Loldun under the Gm-tituti.at be elected( firrt 'eeou for the r f the J SfJif.!- '
in tlie term
thin
vf cim' st. : ft urieMrjl.l hat bc wmi'iinn I r f
not
e ( n imi'ijed nir 1
which tSe membejs of this fJenend Assembly hold! their ':..its.Yse .- | l-.. !1.?.... t ,.,t,I,'.'...i tt.d.. .. ... ,.i...._. ......(...(.......-..-. vv.. S,. ;.. i r.':'I'.. ... ,.' ?; .'tI'ii ," .., .a. ,..:,.."......- will tatm-ly submit-to what they must regard as a wanton outrage ami shall hold heir offices for that tern.atrt at the expiration of five ye.7-! $j.
been tuM whht the members if> tl.e (len- j their reserved rights and their Constitution. There the jHihcurf the Avpreme C ourt o-l the Jurfp, ,,f (the (Cfreuit
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have not by authority cta'i.i j i'l in < n v VII i-ur Ji-llow ciM/-Ti-. in :is int itli'iniLifice, ; iiI \\ i'lj inoiei upon upon cl..teil for Courts eLiii 1,. .;
the term and
Cflt APItfl1b.!*, '*..ig'v' ; itUcrv.its of tiie; !iv jil-, JI ,'IULC to re | ';nf.'it, 'lud'.ve: haven, .\<-.! -i. -.- \ie h..u !W. ii j ia 'r j.t -< i.t hni..i.-! It i isth i.s not H r.tari; in the State who has common sense and intelligence, during theirgot.d' LtluvLr.1* 1
ititi ie>t .t ti! c it'll tit j iy nltjeli i"ir p.>nr-. i.1, l silti: '. who fail that From the langaa-e of thi, Section '
vuioe from uiiico luo Jud aD. tho judicial; n* ritM of the <+:inx- \<""-1 jtr..tij''t ;;; TII HIIPS can to see the LejjiMature may only remove Judges of the Consfftation. M
plA.l If this authority is to bo Jiiii; : o! in th< C.)tibjtuti! which wehave Tr-.tn, J u-. ...i.ii.iTiic tl-e i.nc..n-tiHIi; i.nlilv < f u luwx'Tit| in i the lori. it| :i fioru, olii'! j by address or impeachment for good and sufficient cause, sidered in connection with the third Section of the same fifth Arti-con. @ rt
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.ft.tne. hiM n 1 ii i-ii.d let tl.e rmirjie i>- t\tr4'rIInrv: : jiivl ju'liti
R!! swt>ni to defend and fvj'port, \ hg to In refern-d t to t-u-: tlie nu.i-.fiv. Tinrt in
particular clause. In mv humb! jn.1gm'nt' there i* no such proxi-- i ":.1i .. .J'i.!/ T.i .T inifi I1I'1 ctiiliii i 1'ml ( .*'e. I It is .1 f-uiifj1 I I.Sow ain.l! at the humhie.st' d.-fendent in a criminal, prosecution. The public sense authorized to elect separate Supreme Cnort Jinlgrs'to taie'the place .

tn. T'ie' ('iHiPtitution has prnvi'i* i-T.-i I.i.| i! ndt.'. tel .-..4 I ot justice and fairness will In? shocked at'the spectacle here presentd ol the Circuit Conrt Judges, as wag in fact dope( ; but that: it was .

conflict wit! this iiiil. liy the titvt frfion of the nn-iuiuu lit u j IV t-. 1'.i] n. ji:. I < 9! i'lj. iv Ii t ..ijx tl-ei-itll. hl.t th") f("111''Cnl lights lI l the :: of an .ittempt to condemn, anti punish: the people's own servants, e. ressly required by the Constitution, eke why is it declared
Ii..li. "M, ,1e.t t tll'l l "l"h ciii.Tj]>titie.. U f. uoiil'i be fill i.-s! < .Hti.lii. !' if'it. as an
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!it. Constitution, adopted )HecwTbcr !21. )lhr>0, it i is prm.'ii-,! tat j jn ... i without any tii.d.any i-xidenee, and indeed without any charge open- independent member of the senfence conimencingafterasemi.colon
\vr. \Ve-li.iM. the c!"ii of .ui :a.I I !? 1>. i.v.iil iii-> l\rr iif the .t
(,: the firet Morvinv in Oe'tltr. in the war one tn'U-'uid! : ef '.j 1 Juilli'i: t .'' ii"f f 'r f.i'lu V. n | .. nvi..,i. v.iti. ;i ;.!|it ;d-,..,'.t jaj,!, t- 'lv ma1' ag-iiii.-t! them. I have heard! that at a certain pxriod there antI after the cnpiralion of five years, the Justices of the .ttmrcm p

hund-ni: ard fiftv-three: and en th fi'-st Monday$ i i''> Octnl.-( | I, ai'trj.-i: ; ..| -m *i ,.* 1.. .> ;,- K.-i.t: ? v D.\\ pi.'=it-. He. it ..pj>.':trst KIMWiiiitliiii v\i; :m institution! lit Spain and some partb of Italy, called the Holy Court and the JDDUES of the Circuit CotirU shill be elected! !t' & ; '

e.rv tit years thereafter, there shall! be elected by the! 'pi.dii.! l j } r rrk* ii! 'i.i th< v !' f"ri >tteii l.v i"i !i-rii ] 'j' -', :.ri"j lie i iinuiMtr.u/] ; : which pet sons were secretly condemned without any It maybe observed upon this point that the expression* are difierenVwhen .
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e. ui 1 't t 'liil; ..i| -&-': tiu-; 4-\il' x> I h"-li r. i-ii.t timii 1.11 i'iti-hll.elilj.! l Ii- o-irt K -
electors of each of the respective JudiiiI i licui's: of f this tite, one1s : < jvirli I LI.III! ;.* operily) in.idt; ag-iint them. Hut 1 have never heard that that designating: two clashes of Magistrates the Justice, of th J
i: Il.11' ol I i i'ji i of the: Circuit Cotnt, who siall! roidi in I! ihw Circuit r i I ly ciai'io; in lit, in the 1 f .11 ii. l.ni.-i "v.Hili siijijitft ; r:. ma:, .ujii..iii.t, hild t- V.rrid tribiin.-il, eitnl), bloo-.ly and: curelt-ntiiig: as history shows it toI Supremo Court, and the Judge* of the Circuit Courts ; from all! ?

h ho may be elected ar.d: continue in ollice for tie! term of M* j 'ir rtlr.e._ t-e ii M irli.V, ,fi ( *. I have been, ever coi.dcmtied ami punished ilios-e! of whom they were which I think the -,nference .plain that the- Fnnt\iKnn- \ .. ??..* T..J v -
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: er (rain and ant-r tiie lirst dny of Jainniy nxt Mjcceeili g hi- 1, .. I It t inij) irti.nt Ih it ilie Ii-t-; i f ll I inl-iMf -i i a (tfi> r> .nnry >.]i..i.t\ h.c|p iii< eady to j-av ami bvli.'ve what the: lends( of this bill have this day as- required the ejection of separate? Jutlces ol the Supreme-uiinujui.tivuand Court : -

!CCLin, Utlf4S toajer removed under the iiro\H' nK m.ide: in thiCor.htJtution I rnuti-iii i'l tli.i- iirii-t.! | 'visli |t .I I'lii'.i-ti.Vi i t" 'i-ri >f t |..-ii.. .-U <- wilhin, I '-t-rtt.l in u n-lat"oi:, to the Ji'z' s, irunely : that they enjoy and deserve so soon as po-siUc alter the expiration of the Lice years from the first

for the retnoval rf Jn 1j: ?< by :nidnH or iiiip' aehMi 'r.t : ) th-ir. l Fjie'-l< e -.iiitHiti.l.. $' f| 'n fi-. tH'I'J'n' :.' i'l th'fXCIi'i.i <-f tin- J-'V.er* ii! | tilt es'eem$ :ud: co-ifldence of II' people! by whom tln-y we re dec ted, election! until whih time the Ciicuit Court Judges
4.'!< lli-l] If tll!< 1 t. ti :tiTMi li'll I'jl II :ill .hi r. 'I lie ])! i'l'iKT"a' IlIlM: lit I triiI- t" j were expresV !
I and fr wilful! neglect of duty cr i ith.'r reasonable: rnt: whi-h Mini! I C-iii-"ti.Lite the |i '.il"f. .til:I Ih. !..i|> illn t-'il-! i'l ... e. '/ / ///, .. n rrrxlf ', d ./' and they aie to be n-move-l without jmy J.-inlt or crime laid lo their required to act as Supreme Court Judges and thereafter onlV t&f ., '

n.' t bo fjlicient: ; ri iii'd torinri} a 'hinc'it, the Ct. \ rm>r fhall} : reiooveat' ', >i HI. A j'l-t 4..tiuit'. ..! 'ii.'t I 1'ivf ..!' ji .-\ r .fi >,(,.(...,. .! < ;( .., i*. v.i..! rIarge! ; tht!:: they haie: committed no [persi nal, oHicial or political the Legislature could conveniently comply with.the i-ecuwftlpa/dr a .

: uf them on the nddross! two.thins! of tin* (iencral Aii"iiiAvrfrrr -! \ : J i p-e lo'iii'i'itf in:I tfi- i''i ii.iti 5$eiit I- :tKi-li-lit. t t-iti-fy n ,,f t! o t, ,;*;. < t f tl.i< T > j fault. I nig't'! .Mr.l I'u-s-iiletit, ci.Ia'ge ujx-.ti this branch of the subl ) circling the Justices nf the Supreme Cemt. .
.I ill isi.: J'li* e.n ly 'if i'C'f'f: f I i' ". 4'i i th-* i\i-t i-n i if i"i!" -..'. l-u i Mr. President I "be- the '
Prtikd, That the ciu' es flndi? be ftat-d at ler. .Mh I ii:, MM-'II 1 / ./< 47 ;; /./ 'r;'i ,, .! ii. < ..t ] .Itu f. at> I i--.lri tl 1 ji i\\ei.! th- l I' c', but :ii t cisT! : to tMiiiMime no tti''i ie time than! ia necessary: to indii'gencp' of the Senate while I reply to '

stri. Mid entered on she .Foijinnl) of earlj I ll I i; e : A.i-l p..i /r.' : I .' I < f I'll- ]p. /'.' .11 '< ,. Ii r 'Hf- i fill ffl.tin' II .\: ,1 ir !,.i't I'll'j i"i'-i ill' TLa' lh fcl ll b ii"tiid! I t t'. tlit- i .-ouiti\ I wi il!! foibear and fsIIIP4t.l l briefly l ii> the co'i ?teration? ol Igsature created tbv separate Supreme
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jircr. cau p or caufi'3 Jinljre 4'lo r-u; - t'l I "'ir '''iTi v :ei :i l I- 1 > :r H\M; r < '>r '. i / "r Court, and may, therefore, ,
:I2id- .. b. removed, and h!nll: be admitu-d fi. a heaiin, "J !nf\ :\* ?.> I'ti'tliiU'l' l -n.i Jl. MI lli- "J-i'il !> < t l.i-* jic! t.! j the, feeoiul j pom! or -tiject ol I the Ml1. Th'.s second object 1 li.'ivc- abolish! it or tut ti c.it its Jcd-os nt ple.n.ure by othervisr proucHmr
shall) and i i ii-triViiii.ii i iu$ !ifir.ii.iii! < i- < i.strti'.i.tc I : .v t- Ic i-j tt.- Kiticni*.! > .. :. l he } tho I rgisInttTH! of other for te!, discharge <>f Supreme Court Jrl
own tel! third: fcotlun: oftlio satno amenitment provide? tint I the Jj: ')g.'s nf t the! | "<,- "i Il.i it it..it Pi!tk '.I 4 !i'l! /ti.Hi'; 1 !I.y If-Mi t.v' <-/'.-.isp.- //".''_ titvji in, t-! t'tnrt n :iy ;v Jm i.-*,,IIU..I th'i'i'I till* in: ;lie I. i iii j ) lha'i! t il'! prr-cht iK'umbeit: <, to Ml the offices Jui'ges of theSupreme or argumrnt altogether a mhtake.! In the first place if the facts were* .-

I separate iSujjrome; Court'* *' fhall ba elected i in the same: ? manner i iproiidod ju-liii-e TU.T.: I IHtin- i'i-tn'in nf / i -l.i' t ith t <-// /i'j.. iP 'iji'm /_,/ rh'.f}> /". ;, Cimt.Now. true, as aswimwIHiy t.ie argument, that the Lr-Matnre created tho -
in the fns-t section of this net, and shul] hnJd Ihcir tiliircn'-! dm*. "inul" "rf L-ti J. Tlie j j.. !% ', J iii ii.'i-t t !i!>%..t, > jjre.it'y n\i-i I li.-il.ii.ee., : in Mr. 1'resident, permit me again to ask to bo leferred to the separate Saprem Conrt, it nliht follow that ifcoulj be abolished' '"

I for the same term, and be subject to all the provisions! of t-.ii j fir t ; |i.-iniiiti"jit ( 'I.! iinv juili..! or I i'tIsJIt; b'-n- JitLirJi Hie t.!s-' .-ri: it any limeitlr clatir-o: ''ft-; ( *.Miijutioi,: | ; : Vt1gihi t'II'I t'I S I !Li'gNlaiure t to npj olnt by tl.e sr.n.c a-itl 'ijtv. b-it whether, tin's abolition( coalJ take! placo _. -

) ,"orii.ii : I'nifrduflrrvrr, Tliat the Judges rf the .Snpresne (*ouri I Ih -\ "iOflN J ii'jt,' 1> ot f any) (Ctir.it 11er: any circumstances' ? I pause for a reply. diuin- the term kf which the Judges had bevn elected! and commissioned
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.;ht1! ? elected bv pfneral ticket." I'rom the plnin language: of lliof *- OVsLIV, i As the friends: of this ill! ato unshltto! point to any clause in the is not without some doubt, for it f i.it k'non that ,ho Snpremo .

( hUgelS the Constitution! which I have just read, I am sun; ti't' ne b. I L'o.'K-titr.lion:, whirh llii'y! can pretend empowers the! Legislature! to Court of North Carolina did gravely decide that a clerk ot a Court *:*

4'tfl doubt that the removal of the Judges by any other means' ikm "January 28,182. i appoint' Judges, I might peshaps rest the argument here as a tacit could not be diveHvd of his ottiee by an'act of (he Legislature abol-! iWiing -:

; ky: address or impeichment is distinctly lorbidden. \'htt: other! I wi IsJi I might p-ojieily read the nholo: of tliis calm and clear ar- I admission! that this object! of the bill, at l la
be the word and continue i /ficr f'-r the! t'-rm carried lInt because desire. that this matter shall be General of the State, D. P. Hogue,- E7., d :
nso can given to ?, ill / Iun': -nt :t iid; ;' '. of th .Suj ieine (,'mirt Jmlgec, for [ could scat cell Iv bo out. puMis with the Core- 1
of finni and nfler the first of next suerding I that !faring man, though! a fool, cannot err nor s Ales age at the last session of the General Ai
MS years day J.inuaiy l 1'*'s I t"iy I :iiit'iiti.r! mote lorri'-le' and pertinent! I to I the Milled made;, so plain a way 'emMv. to which .
his election, unless fooner removed under th''*. ]>ro\i ion.s of tii! > Con )h.-f....' u--. J >'t' I ui''i' -t f.u be.Mrt and allow tho Senate to jndg? ol tlii-rein.! I will! again call the attention of the Senate to the clause I beg leave to reftr4he toenate. But this doctrine, I admit, is ques-' : .

ftitulion for the removal of Judges by address or impeaei.im! ''- I .. ,' .1 1 .' ii 'ii- I ii i iiited i-xttai-ts which I have read. The tlecI of the (ConMitulimi already quoted, >vhich plai: Jy.reserves the election tionable, while none deny that officer may be displaced durinjr

Nyw it is clear that if this bill 1 is ranied out, tho JuL's: I <.| I L'- i-l.itme u in I lh'J. I turned this of t all the Judges to the people! themselves.! Ii Istrne that prior his term l by an amendment of tho Constitution.........by a change of tho 1

*'continue in oilicc for the term of MX years from t < 1-1: ''i .'- "" 4 . ,;i i . .1, .I'h J, ul i Kentucky' and! never upon was a commni.o'ii qucs-- to the amendment of tho Constitution, in I 1S50, which I have read, organic law. Bat is it true that the 'J gisFature erer dfd create the1

January next succeeding their election," >nid, yet the'l u'. Vbrfn .., .!. ; ( hly aiuiiM-d to iheiir.portance: of a snb- {I the Legislature had! the power to elect the Judges of the Supreme Supreme Court ? I think a little examinations ill show the ai-mmentf ,

removed "under: lli" pro\i5ons made in thi< Co't-tiuiti'oi ;' j. .-;,I .! tin- .,. ::4. .il .t.sull u h.is, been already J stated. The new Legi1 j and Circuit Courts, but by that amendment, the people expressly to have no foundation in fact. For the first Section of the fifth Ar- \\

i11;( removal of Judges by a ldrecs < r impeachment." To V. frt t -uiip :uut .' iMnl U'd tin* next \\intor. aii'f, th<. snbic-rt WAS n.f rrwl to I withdrew from tho Legislature this important power, and have themselves tide of the COflSt4tUtjon declares, that the Judicial pow rof thra State, t% -
in rnatle Con, titutjrin Tor their and exeu-Ncd it, in the election ot the present Judges ol the Supreme both as to matters of law and equity, aha1 be vested i"jt
0 the [teop'.o a govi-nmei't. SWOMIth : tin- .1 u liCI.I rv (/<>mmiiti-e, compoM-d, of some of ihe ablest men in the in a Supreme ::
'tr servants in the Legislature to ob-''rvr mppot: and ile'end it, it ] State. (On the lilst I t f Dee.) I JN2.>, that ( '..riunittee made its report Cotut. Rut! I must in candor say% that I do not suppose that Court, &c. Thus it is plain that the office ui institution oi int o'jpreme -

it may be thus openly disicgart', nay, trodden mi !W foot J No upon,, thi all I .ihiMtibiiig? 3 mieetion, from which 1 will read only the th fiiendsof, this bill pre'i-nd that the LegMature have any general Court is created or ordained by the Constitution. The ofii- *: t.

Senator; or other friend of this bill prHeuds that it i i-> either an irit.> :(.''Mowin! v.\tract.-j : power to elect or appoint)); tho Supremo Judges, as was the case prior cers of that tribunal mutt not be confounded with the office This Itj

peachmout, preferred by the! HOUMJ and to k ba tiietl: before the Hen ] to the adoption iS the amendment of the Constitution, which I have is made manifest by reference to the second Secti: >n of th!* same *"'* ?

nt., or that it is nn address rcquefcti'.ig) the Governor to renva tlie I It rtq'iiIes b-it I tie i< i1rtiiiii t to coairi a'ir "no tint tlie JuJu !al U t1iVttktI..t quoted. But I under,, ; Jand them to assume the right to xist in this Article of the Constitution, which! declare* fri.it... 'fin- .. U .-,

Judge Therefore there can be no, reasonable doubt but that} the ( lii'hs% ; it 'hit'1 till III Ji-jMltnivll'n, IIIMIIwar' if Ipiit n: riiiUit.1j..it'! ; it I It is hi"xvitlnlrawn: l,', llieilisf: hy thp creytltl"mime; t'e: if j iii. tanro.: and in tii-! mode! because the persons elected and appointed Count except in eases otherwise directed in this Constitution'ii-, shall! ,v

: act i is in violation of the Ccm&titution, and ought not ti> be passed. he ftjistz i.'I,,,. fio'ii lii'litictil ci'iiteiiti I'.iif it !ii< ,much to ]< -_ I l.v tliom I aii'l I nothiri togjiiil bv this bill!, are the present Circuit Couit, Judges. Fairly! understoo'l have appellate jurisdiction only, which shall be co txen '
I hop* it cannot bo necessary to urge the Legislative not to [pass ; tin-it; i. n.tIIIIg) in its tit 0141 11)11 to in-p'if iitiy dun/enUH fjiirit of -nii.rj'iieor then, the friends of this bill admit that the Legislature may not State/ &c. This Section declares the jurisdiction of the tribunal

I jaw which they admit lo be unc<.iibUUUionsJ, for it is to be pre- nnil/iiinn! ; ithHi'Motliin..; Uit the I fic'.liy "t jmlijmt-iit'! ; it ii':av e.i, but there i iI tied or appoint any -ther person" to the ollices of the Supreme without any reference to who shall preside in its administration,
I earned that every mcuibcr of tho Ceueral; AsH-mblv is desirous nol I I.t ni I ii*tmuv
.t only to observe tho solemn oath which he has tak"-n to del-rid and .tei1 l. i Ia t'IlIIIrvir4JCY u.njMiitiie\: 1 t'j jHiwrtl> the I inme, ati:' in j\ntitiitinii ,III- exatiiinthe! Constitution: and see if there is any more power conferred of the office of the Supreme Court for five years with the Circuit ,

support the Constitution, but that 1 h* eels als'. the }highest! po. il.l-1 I t.> wait: d !F nil I ititrn-Jers, nn I !I.. jrive n.-lice of nil intnitm**. .i. UoIi the Legislature to appoint the Circuit Judges to the Supreme Court Judges and the J2th Section of the same Article; a* wehave

r desire to preserve the iutogrity of the Governmental', hi* nnjntrv.- pirtuitiiti-, iiitn-.1 ie jxtwfilul H'I I III'-rt ut,ri-piJ. Tlirir nuinlieri', } tlicir patron- Cow !flench, than there is to appoint any other persons to also seen, declares that at the expiration of five yenta tlieJiuftVurol

Thuis, to bo taken fur granted, audconM juentiv I deem it .nm.-ces i I < e Hiidllieii I .ti-1i 1%iml| I ioip.iiii.n in J poht leal u'litt-i no, and, c-'iilm; cif-ii-s u give tlivinli.tlue.iCe. that important[ ) department of the ( overnment. I am convinced that the Supreme Court, and the Judges of the Circuit Courts,- ,JW&i
to the .Senate not to law' fcl M' I"- pI.IIIs.! Jill Ilirpirr tLeliiitliHilloitinll.. Avtill UlldtTllnf his been said that the did elected," 6fc. And I have
wry urge pant a to pet vert ,r eva-lo any there is not. It Legislature once require already endeavored to show that it'is but
n-ii-itjii-: ti\i-. I inv.ide !
jirtnieioii of i.HtoiVto I iit.li'.j.: .ixiiliti'Iiiri i'L.- (-'hi i 1'iaiin i i t r.- '.f our (J-iiiflituti-ihey limy lem-rntcd pntii.itc pi\atc! to lights pi.iidji i-r the Circuit Comt I Judges to perfoim) the (htitiesot the Supreme Curt, a fair interpretation of this Section to say 'that-it contemplates 'amirffliarwthe i;" ,

: pause and examine the provisions of this bill ami tuft inuvuioit' I 'iiMst riirl/'i ifve I' .Mi'l to pt1IJIe the In ity of tlir |Mx lt-iily by nil! tlio wi'i tIIM and niiiy lightfully! do so again. Now this is a | lain mistake of fact, election of other Justices IheSupreme Court, than the'

of the Constitution before they cast their voles tn favor of ihj. n'n<.- t'r4v4 tI j 4-1 i-hf'i liie Juditiul drpjiitiiMKit of I lie! govriniuiiit t., clu-ck thc which, is veieasV of rorit-ction. It is tiue that the powers of the Judges of the Circuit Courts, who, before the expiration of the terrrfof

tre. Tl,0 practical effect of it will bo the feaiun whether! \\ (. IIia.tI, all I iiriiMilui.riii-' it* otlut 1 futictuniiiricii. TLc provifioiis if our .Suprv'iie; 'o'uit \ etC vesteu in, and its duties performed by tIe; five years, were required to dischaige thoso duties. And this view ,'

Violate! the Constitution in this vital point, wilfully!! or iua.Jv.rlontly (iiiuiii.rtiH' :.uriI|I21.atI >ni:I. I "ii tinh'"rv'hiinibjeft.: if .< tn Knell'iieitiintbt.t i-t its u ll.n-e-dj t hml>aitnuntsva Mi]>jxi-d, coiihl ii.tHidtd lIt I b-nsH Judges dtthe Circuit Courts from the year 1845, when the Government seems strongly fortilied by reference to the third Section of: the r 4: ,

-a slate.of revolution will xist-for, .Mr. President, ?, then! ? \-, n.ireawwi ouiw.ik i.. oui i.j, C--u-niijii"ii. ii.J! the enmity of onr I iightsi) >incHt inthe inshiliU of the state wits first organized under the Constitution, until Amendment,ot the.Constitution, passed by the Legislaturo'of 1830;

to supoqtkat tlie other depaitmeiits of the C 'vejinnvnt will of'-uher i Tui. ot tlie
$ regard thii act as valid. Allow tuo to cull the attfiition oj tli- eti- out t thi- Coictiiuii-i- all ; :IIK| *vt we uit'Uiaitly cblU-J LilII| to dcUiolit-h, oi,<-of lou t Judges, as the Constitution then allowed il to do. But it was That Section says That whenever the General As: .
I J tbuK.iikn.. i' t- er .f! ihe I Legi'bture i to J.i mVe >. shall
I Rtvto Immediate probable consequence of its pa: S&: Jn the \ eini.t: 4.% e out fniutu I II t-i n.rh a !ortlli I '. \VebrlieVe llmt the court of the Constitution, a d not the Legislature, \\hich conferred Supreme st-mbly create a separate Supreme Court; or Chancery C first place, if the present Judaea of tho Supretne ('ourt !,t. j Apn| jl i ii, as much :a p.ut ol the CoiKitiili-ii nt Ihe ffce of Chief M titrhte ; Court powers and imposed th duties of the Supreme Court upon under the provisions of this ConstitutfontheJjg tbereol shall- be

the men which Uifl peopjejiavc] taken/he/n for, they M-ill! nit.th le t. : we believe timt lh< (ptM.lt i!l Ijuic iAbiiud! it; that tb'y CKII elmn eit whentbi-j ihe Judges ol the Circuit Courts. And here s- ems to He the mistake elected m the same. manner, fcc. U .jhI bnoticed from this Ian- 1

fee! bound tu defend and jupport the Constitutiun, )lucaua* Ain ..ytivc think pioj- 1 tEl 4I.tI r tin ir C .ii tiiiiii< n. mi'I llmt no i pourr 'aiL tlx-ir n cmi tlu it. of fact, which I desire to correct. The third clause of the fifth gunge that although the Legislature.are .supposed bv this. argument
H.i-1 the Ju.tgcn. ( )I'k4 u-orrt cue iru t Iiugt' tbriii With nothing inre thanirrir is iti these words to be capable of
the Ci'iittitution
thoughtlessly violated that sacred iiiitrumeijt. I b liev tlie aiticle of : creating a ffparafe.fiqpreine: Court oi.' Chancery'
ju.tjriiiVt.il) l tjt-t- j vi r s.i guilty it c-.ul.J pive the Legislating no right tn .
Judges bflLe Supreme Court will be faithful to the impoi' (.ml liconUd ''Pt jibi'Ii-h I lull iMiirt. Hint thon-bv t" introdiu-c a pnm-iplt? nnd, ) prm-dent m) diuijreron 4. For the term of' five years, from the election of the Judge of the Circuit Court. ,?it is also: declared to.be' 4ii rW-iiy Pn>V uw**'
?d te beui, and refuse to retire from the post of dutynsigiifdby and niivns'iniif'iul,, ; ; ii $jdoi-t-' drill wlriylj ht'livri-nru-r eui.bIe! the mns* viciu.u Court (uiiil thm-HfUT until tlie (! -neral Assembly shall 4tberie provide, the which could only apply to the creation of Chancefy-Court: p

lI4 m ""Ue jwoplp; tt'lbo unau oriied OiJd*ig of the .e'ietai1gzbsq As. ; Le iii.tlure! tnrrni'iie ln-! l>evt If J UlCI*. tn vnpply tlu-ir) jilact'n with paratjj.i. in.wfr'n of the Supreme Couit dtall be Tested in, nd its duties performed bv the Ihe word crcale,.however; is .rather inaccurate.waen> applied to the

; Ti e jSupYeiju< p ttrt Judges of our sister Sate: ol kvjituekv'' |,. \\onld I jti.l in iny: whfine of u.MMpulu i$r $ippi) tii) i ; H piiiM-iple uudpucudriitrhi .Indies of the -evernl Ciicuit Courts within this State, and the,. or a majority of Supreme Court, which, was already ere ted-by the Corwrilutioti but
wIttLe ; <-h Uiativ) (U-tli thu ibilijy aitttI isitlejuatkiiee] | of that tjibuiiid, and 1 them "hall! lild such teiiviie vf the Supr tue Court, and at such times as shall very ( When ppll0d to Ue Ckanwry Cod Mrihe: ,
:i i kiIAi tIPInat rrs.ler it ili..do ui t n-'l"' the grizit pun b.-e < f it cn-fttioh. Tbttiuitof apjH-n! I'be directed by law." accurate Stir See.
thin of irjIes (that
HftU.ArtMe.
; Qf the at.jge JLtvr: LJO'L' ill tin- rr.ittit lf pt.Uu-jubilee \ it iriw i/rteuiUvlto ,bu n tnweri't' timjf h' 'ITi.OMwtt .Usemblylhalt
rue, berecouL13jierubt t1ie 'iocuueuviiyJaittoq' f.Liat! (lr ikrJcfinct* f'll i people) lttlltpl :' liylits, ami s<> it will bv as I lung Mil'l Is it not plditirorn this clause of tho Constilutidn, Mr. President, have.power to establish, and organise'* svparato Coirrtif Coon ,

(ni $trtgge) 1 h c1viwr wal br1yebeaocd-m tv1ki! I 14 ].t I iinit.V-l t<< iVtii n itdf-itictiiulii'iiul, nnd Hi'lrpvii'Vnt( character ; but let that th#t the Legislature; did nrt authorize and empower the Circuit original equity jurisdiction," &c.i Th 'LegUlaturfc! fwer liter

*ho1 'Gbrf sc1 1y waioiii4to iticentre idirli,, ) .kvtr.. fit, li-l it ,.mtiiuti<4ul s fllr b* r-'ii.pi-lliil tn tHirtinfrr it to UioLi. Couit Judges to act as a Supreme Court i It was the Constitution, ally etwpowered, to create. UM aeparat CbattoW-Coirt _arvl .
ri.nl&kajTnsJjtnd luii ir ;'iUn 'i. ci.iu l < 1 I. t riii'TI t..| iIi Ill. Und, innv I. ,
wont ( i U ntr c.Iie K"tiiun I and not Ihe L *pisliliiri: '.theh, which -ecinferred Supreme Court pow- until this power. U exercised : there, will not "
be-'Aty-Meh'
hwiiIatihgdfeat oftlie viit.i'ois'f' t? f' :.l.f.i-i ii --iiift ti 4: p. .|.j>'. ttti-l $liir rij/t! inul li! < ni I itii.I. .
JuJg tftised: % ,: ''l' 'i/i-.-l lvai l iti tI.r liii'li ntlicitint ers ami duties .upon the.Circuit Comt Judges. Hence, it follows arato tribuiiH) Not BO with the Supreoii 'Cburi '(fc 'wilassep.irata
to quit tLidr i1k& '. ;*t I' -I.|'ii .1! v: _'! > 1ii eM-- <; llitni Jsist
the bid ; ,,( oi. tsi i qiln iI'i '&.t j tt.t .j s't" tithIu.I.t$ i;1. .i tutu lttv; i I tint.tiO! ; mii'ake' nff'! cl.b'eiiijr( corrected, the argument based upou A tribunal from: the ;Cireoit
& ,' Anti thIs. zipa1 '.zsi c' JII t I' Ii 1. it. 11. j.. UI ..o tII.. trLi;, 't itI tin i or mur-t go with the error iUelf- it nitiet also staid: corrected. jurisdiction, whan tilled try-thn rirrnit TJMlfltfc., "ib ? it Ujil l Ki 'ii

lphnded In by the people (4 Kentucly tJhsiTil .d III 01' U.. 44II.. 'P1 $111! tiflt uI t to 1t I I ii tII vi t&ie !M11 flU ,Vn-1 tl.e Hr'ojinent when t' us corrected assumes this cbvioua and ever can become tine* tho election rf other Jfadge' Tbatit nretent -it

!by tbe rcr re! of ttoffda.: They BUbtalt/ed! lh in?>Court>*3inujti and "th I*( I tt.tLt.I tti.: iI.jZJ .ifl. C&UILUho IUI vAaCLt LJit.j Lxii z&ailedbLI1 b t.ugut. ; tmiplcfotm : Tho Cotsvitntion onco rvrjuired 1ho scrcrsl Ctrar.t t *;U t oii-ira' c i' ?. ith-Jtcli-.n.! ii T til M ;hj uni* C&r ,st Nt

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D ".t fJ: .'M'i' iI .f mlnn t tgood t" fttft-d: f.a !;me1'ers "i n j' "" j1I' ascribed the origin f'z slirry tt fS ect--OTder h d': iC--PeS ti4b S mf -- priii 01 c1

:. fro-n: the coinntnu law j jbiisdictiea., The Snjyvnic Court has onljvn judgment is necessary to sqnau'ncco.unU' .and the tendency r-f Pope Martin V., who issued a bull sanctioning but their party is so steeped in abolition;;.&l 'The following cases were heard

s ; pill ttc jLt liJiCIIfl. Thus we *et' thnt the words separate and '(. the human judgment is always to ttow tile will.! These arc a few, African slavery. Il was also sanctioned by they could not do a national'ftotiave the deci'at the late term of the aid d.ci-
f. ale are used very looM-ly) nnd with considerable inaccuracy, but the of StaG iib rent'vices to-which I think the system is constantly ex-, .<;.' of his sticccswrs. It ra brought to, Saprem Court
t i substance of these provisions, according: to the nature of the object posed. And ihwe and other objection' whichmiigbt;; Lc mmed, his country under the cross and in the garb of, United 'State Senate from. the' dictate'ofSerard's held at the Capitol. fa the Cit,01 TallahaW

t to which expressions are applied; must rutber determine ouropinion bare In modem:times led to the almost total l abandonment of the! *>'H- JwMUml'y; Init it-teas 'never sanctioned; hereby presence. The Kmow.Nodunjgn ii Ho. 1 Kdw.nl a.- .Smtt C.fe.;

I1 *. than the literal sense of particular words, when loosely) and tem of miking the Supreme Court of.( f.nnl! -resort consist" 'of the positive law. party, are therefore, responsible for the.. A&iniaClator.sod \ CT JH A Oa.J..
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A : 'sly ui. Judges who are required to perform Circuit Court duties. And, Mr. If asked to state specifically. what he woulddo cess of Seward." \ qualified placn. JH'r"Judges reversed JVrr.rd.rxltheir and K.c a. \.II

;;V.i It nny he fnir to explain thh apparent looseness of expression by President, there is etill another consequence of this system which I II he would answer.-.-1st. repeal the Nebraska This should be like. I I further proemlm Lon-.rnl Davis 1IIf'fDaact.d for
-t. 'e supposing.the word create to .apply only to tho Chancery Court,!I have had occasion to observe. It ia a tendency to recognize a long bill ; 2d. repeal fugitive slave law; 3d. new party judged IlTkiMAieb..'-.J. U'DOjrnion -j.IIppIfflt&

:I' which the Constitution does expre"ill Iy"aulhorize the Legislature to list of arbitrary or discretionary powers in Circuit Judges,from which abolish slavery in the District of Columbia ; others, by ita fruits ;" and these show it to fce t t of tb.Cwort by F nrar
*i' 1.- Mi-ate, and not to the Suprcme'Court, because there 'u no such authority II the appellate Court refuses to entertain appeal, allhpngh'lh. ;tfhta 4th.abolish the intr.SttZl..lar; trade ; next abolition to the backbone-and not only abolition 9U. _d LU'CTM ftcdrtrt.: .

!J .'::' as to that. I I of the party are really determined thereby, and asoftfcn sacrificed.When .- he would declare that slavery should not spread but Whig, for it is against the Democracy Davis affirmed.&,appellant.Opiuiua. Archer dli..cred by It4 c.l n-

:, The act of obedience! to the Constitution of electing Justices of1ct Ciicuit Judges ore silting in the appellate court, they are al: to one inch of,the territory of the Union ; he that it wars. It proscribes Democrats ftWtn! Me V.. 'r'No. spp;01'.
; ; %- the Supreme Court. after the expiration of the five years for which ways found to be ,'etf delicate in taking appellate jUriidiet Q'Cr would then put,lite Government actually and 4is4tJs.d reid of prdseeu&iu J4z1'O t ad 1fitr..t -r-

l' iL 1 : '' the Circuit Court Judges had! been vextd with Supreme Court duties matters which nre called discretionary, because these:discretionary,.perpetually on the side of.frredom-by which I.well-known for their nationalityand_ .supjllpstheir .r..-II.J AtIw.; Wilma :
could not make the Supreme Court any more separate from all or arbitrary powers are to be exercised by themselves on the cir.cult. lie meant that a b1ight.e "ed boy in Massachusetts places with abolition Winig.'; and here 'overruled And CGM rtnubded tot further ifs'.7': Xii--

: 4 other tribunal in the Slate than it always had been, nor was nn\.' I And 1 hare: examined with some care, the facts on this point should have as good a chance for promotiotrin !I i is to lx found the secret reason why the Whig -Battal1 a. 'dI.qullffeJ l and B.I. -

J, l/. separate or distinct attribute of the Supreme Court theieby created, and find that where there are separate Supreme Courts, it i iu uniformly the Navy, as a boy of one of the I, press so generally pat the new!on-rMnt .bia pillet: Opioion "..UDu .'_ .
t ; iu any sense of the \vord. holden that there are no arbitrary discretions possessed by first families: in Virginia. He would and Davit Air npjxllant! -Hawkins f4)uppdlee
I Hut I fear I Circuit all who believed in law and han'l I on the back, and bid it good speed.. They ffo 8-E,erett W. Semley n. Wm.C.
t \ am bestowing undue attention npon these argument Judges, being judicial; discretions, from which appeals judges a higher .
in favor of this bill and if be taken and if found unreasonable I\nti'lla\"t constitution Bible 'i !?e that it i ii fast swallowing up ?the Whig aLJudgment f affirmed : opinion' dtlin_ byte
,- t. so, my apology i is to he found in the con. may arbitrary or they are re rJ an anti-slavery i Foot. J. Pop Smith, and Ca>l (or
J! :.:,?! fideration, that the arguments, which I have endeavored to refu'e are I versed. This great vice of the system of constituting the Supreme and an anti-:t\'r\' God I party in }both seetions, and if they! can succeed Erskine and W m. Dilwiflh for appeH appelIan&-Jota e.Na ,

;i! Z, : so ntn'lIIt I! frnil and shadowy, thnt they will hardly bear handling; 1 Court of the members} of the Circuit Counts, rests upon or flows froma Having thnsdi'tiationali/.cd slavery he would by high-sounding profession* and pretended 8-Wifcon and Ucrrrs R(hnrd Ray, n.cr .

l- and ytt like a vapor or mist before the mental vision, they some. well known principle of human, nature(, to-wit: the universal love not menace it in the States wherc'it! exists, I i I claims to a sapt.riurm iil'an feeling, .e revered and bill diamJH4d-'plfIJon d li. iV.,
tiUd."daiken counsel," and therefore ought to be dispelled. ofpower. Like the separate and distinct departments of constitutional but would say to the States, it is your local' R.ltwll.C.J. lunge for IPpeUntPsp. % *!
4'-fBH in Democrats forealre their former JJe.. P
r ::,. Mr.( President, the report of the minority, of the Committee) to government, the separate: anti di.stinct organization of the institution ; hug it to yottr bosoms until it destroys wheedling to p

'hiJ"1 I vhom this bill! was referred, was occompanied' by a writ'en piperwithout Courts operates as wholesome salutary checks upon each other, you. But he would sn'"ou must let I associates, the same old 'coon again C.Xn.7 J. -F.rbh 1 Carter and n A.T. Bennett Bakztn

" ..... :..,,.It : signature, which. we were informed at the time was the written which is favorable to liberty and the proper administration of jus our freedom alone. (Applause.) If you but : becomes replete with life and jubilant in hope pta '.'qualjdfl Decree rcr
.f" 1. opinion of' V/IJMP/I counsel I" whom I they had taken the precaution tice. No trivial or paltry considerations of economy ought to overbalance touch the hem of the garment of freedom we of the good time a coming." iut how inconsistent Ib.
t t:j (L. f to Ct.n5u1t.Jthough this paper was printed? I have only hl'u'I.r' these grave and real objections to the system nowproposed, I will trample you to the earth. (Loud applause.) are our Whig friend3'J! They for Muses aiid Archer fur appellant-Da. and SemJnta

f It hastily read by the Senator from Jackson, and have had 'no opportunity after it has been upon experience. almost universally discarded, as I This is die only position of repose and it I for apptllee.

.,{d .,... to read it myself. Prom the !hasty, reading of the paper it behind the age. At this time there is pending before Congress a must come to this. swear affiliation with their fojnicr bolitical allies No.8-Jacob L Groner ra the State. Judgm45t

-.il/.}: ; appeared[ to my ear to be a very superficial discussion of the subjcci : bill recommended by the Judiciary Committee of the Senate to remodel I lIt teas encouraged by the recent electionsin as such in the North becani J t they have and rerers Walker
: .":'' f., in which the provisions of the Constitution which I have read, I the judicial system of the Federal Cloveniment the main object the Vort1a'D HE DEFENDED TilE '. EW become abolitionized"-and y< they pro. for State. appellant. -Pap/,Attorney Qtornl.

.r .; ,: as those only pertinent to this question, are not at all considered, or of which is to divest the Circuit Court Judges of all tho fowerg I II' MOVEMENT," WHICH: HE SAID WAS HORN OK pose to fraternize as Know-Notb igs with, if No. 9-II. D. Darden TS. Sarah A.Line.

:;;4;" : even ro much a* named. If the author nf this paper is really an and duties of the Supreme Court, and to organize a separate body Pl'RITBLOOH AND WAS Af.AIXST DESPOTISM allies. of.J orida who C.J. and DuPwt.J. dwqaalified aad Judge Forward BJUelt
:.rt .. .' eminent l.iwjier, I do not wonder at 'he otherwise singular circum. of magistrates to fireside in the Supreme Court. Tims the government I or ALL KINDK. TlIIS XEW I'RT1i1l0l"LD BE possible, vorsc Whigs and King assigned) in their place.. PfUtion fort,-
(tt.t.; stance that his name is whbholdm; from document. And I maybe of the United States, whose judiciary system was copied fro'iiv JfDCEO, LIKE OTHER, BT FIU'IT It hld have joined the new order,think o- it Behold bearuig refused

ra.V %T *:,.' permi'ted to say, without meaning any disparagement of the au- that of England, is reforming itself, all have all the State in the I elected a champion freedom to the United I in Burlingame, Wilson and Seward, the Godsof Decree If.. 10-F. R.Gotten Tt J. D.Trade well, et al-

'*s,*j'--> thor of this anonymous opinion of eminent counsel, that if the Sena. Union, with the exception of eight, and aX the Southern States except I' Stales Senate for fvur years to Jill the place your brother Know-Nothings of the cet-ding--opini-oft rev wed and delivered eau. remanded U furiber pro

.Vh; !h: lay from Jackson, who rather prides himself sometimes upon not being South Carolina. Is it wire for our infant State to take a step of a man trim teas false to freedom, and not North for; appellant-.Walker and Gwjnn by 13ultz.t1 for apjieHee.C J. ray

:4&M. : alawyv will carefully investigate this snbect;; for himself, so. backwards on this vital point> upon an imaginary pretext t of economy f \ true tn Jllarrry. For himself he could, say No. 11-Wro. E. Kilerea.e YI. P. W.WLite. Jod .

: : rioukly examine nIl.the provisions! of the Constitution which I have I And on the subject of economy, Mr. President, the complaint of th} ** I that so long as life dwelt in his bosom so long Speech of Mr. Long. ment nffirmed-opinion delivered by Doa:laa, J. John

.'}P-C':; .*.,.. JOlt read, nnd candidly. consider the plain common sense meaning, expense of our Supreme Court is greatly erroneous. would he fight for liberty and against slavery.In We publish to-day, to the exclusion of much Er.luie for appellant-White for appellee.
".;I>_V ,'.' just as he would Mek to'understand! the real mesning of any othei l.. There are but four Southern States which pay smaller salaries to conclusion he expressed tliehop' that soon N>. U-L. A.Hardee d Co.va. George Lan fori

J&AJV, .;,: piece of good plain English composition, I venture thc opinion that the Supreme Court Judges than are paid by this State, viz : Arkansas the time might come when the sun shall not else, the speech of Mr. Long, Senator from Judgment reversed opinion delivered: by DUPuotS..

fj 7 1.p.t: ,*, ". he will he abb to form an opinion much more satisfactory to himself Kentucky, Tennessee: and Missouri. There are eight Southern I I rise on a master, nor set on a slave. Leon, against the bill for the abolition of the pellee.No.Whit .South fur appellant: -Pope and Call for ap-

.1 r. than the be to have States in which the salaries are than in Florida }besides Conrt delivered in the Sen-
, : : one seems adopted and reported to the Sen. larger South Such are the sentiments remarks the present Supreme 13-John IT. Rhode Wm. .
t i :; I 'L P.Jf MleT._
t 'r( 1 *:: ate. And although I have labored in the profession of the law for Carolina, where the Circuit Court Judges receive a satan. of 33,000 Richmond ute on the 27th December, 1851. We do Ju"lgni -it reverted-opinion delivered by BalnzefL
c.
,:; \ I Uiink thnt each, nnd act also as SujncineCourt uJgl'lI. 'fbt-BC[ Enquirer, of a recently elected J.
and
sensible Arcb
4 ,<* 'f.; many years, yet one man of common education eight Southern not know how better to characterize this effort 1'apjr T.rapp4J1allt-Cln for appelleNo. -.
.lv t"* ., .*." it as able 1 I to understand t the I meaning of plain English composition States which have each discarded the old Circuit Court syatt'm, r"p' Kilo,. Xothi.ig Congressman, who tells Southern : 14-George McMiILin vt. E. T. L,". Jodr-
f'& another and therefore do claim for ied from the of England, Are as follows that the i. Know of our able Senator, tlian: by Quoting the ment ntHrmrd--opinion delivered
'"t .. ; as not my humble opinions upon monarcy : \luJland, $2,- men new movement, e., by BalUell, C.J.
L,. ..- V.i this! subject 1 any deference or superioxitv, on account of any pro. 500 ; Virginia, 83,000 ; North CnroliJt, S'2.500() ; Georgia, $2iOo ;; Xothingism: was originated 1 by Puritan (abolition } words of a distinguished gentleina'i' u ho heardit Papy for appellant.-.-J.-hu Erskine for appellee.

:l., ::. 1. fessioncl knowledge which I may possess. I am persuaded That every Alabann, 82,500; Mississippi, 83,000) ; Louisiana, 80,000 ; California heads and about at the time of iu delivery" It is as impregnable No. 15-Willfnm W. Croom T. John Noilaod/(..
:'f.: ". Senator on this floor who will take the same pains to understand 88,000. In the Stale Texas the same salary is allowed thatis ) was designed to bring I as granite." Judgment and reverd.i&oti by Dougla. J. J>.ff"White -.
;: h. this that I have taken will be able in Florida, nlIIlt.1OOO.() a day when the sun will not shine on masteror J. H. DuPoot t'r ap"pelL! nt-.BalfT ft.r
subject, to form an opinion entitled ; I appellee. Do Punt. J., disqualified, and Forward
".. 'i);' :" : to as much respect, at least, as that which it has been my duty,. I have mentioned that this system has been discarded: generally, fclave. Let Southern men digest well these Albany Patriot. assigned in his place. ,

:. ''t%iJ-: 1j t! form and express, on 'his occasion The habit of careful investigation in the United States as decidedly vicious in its nature and structure.I I facts, and say if they will give such an organization Mr. John W. Wolfe, late of this city has No. 16-A ay )fy. admio trafor. if, n.'Me-

. : ..* "- is about all the advantage which lawyers possess over I have compiled a li-t which I will road to the Senate as perlioeiit : aid and comfort if they will or Bride admio ltrator. etc. Continued At the inttaoc
unprofessional become connected with Col. Tift in
:\ the
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j <" The. States pub. of the parties, in order to the
this which record
5 men upon such subjects as th( pre'(fll to point have abandoned the old and adop perfect
:. ,.- .. -/f. And, Mr. President, as the Judges of the Supreme Court are lawyers ted the separate Supreme Court system, are Vermont New York, can give such principles the grip, in the light: ]lication of the Albany (Ga.) Patriot. Mr. W. No., 17-Wm. M. Goodman va. Kir win Drew ad.

; <: J .,.:-' who have: been selected by the people of this State to fill the New Jersey Pt'nnsJlmllialarJIa'III' Virginia, North Carolina, .of day or at midnight"The I was for many years engaged in. this office in mini order'rator.to perfect Continued the records.at the iiutacce of the parties,

v,< -': highest and most important department of the government, I deem Georgia, Alabama} Mississippi, LouisianaTexas, Arkansas.Tennes. champion of freedom" who has been where he learned the Printing business. He No. 17-Edward Sheriff
the
:.. : .I the present 1 proper occasion to repeat what has been said of lawyers s'e. Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois. Missouri! Iowa, Wisconsin, placed in the Senate by the "new movement," I j is a young gentleman of sterling worth and sop County et al. C.Belhury Attachment TS.for contempt'._Jack-.dl -

.:... ": as a cUS of society by men eminent for their learning, talents. California, }being twenty-three in number. The States which retain i I and who is another' fruit" by which Mr. n.1 I |fine promise of future usefulness. The Patriot miised. Davis for Bellamy-Archer eobtrm.
'. ...;: and patriotism.: : Chancellor George; .' Bibb of in the the old system of Circuit Judges constituting the Supreme Court,
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1 tells the \is
to
Kentuck. us "judge" new l party, lIell-1 has been of the best in SouthWestern
;.." :: .. dedication to the first volume of his reports!, at : are Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut one papers Election of Sewari.
> '' Si.s Delaware South Carolina and ry Wilson, whose election was Georgia, and we are sure,frorrr what
.. Michigan, being eight in /huii. : The New York
l ,' Herald
D 1 not c5ifri.li against lawyer M das*. Lave been '. thus speaks of the
; pr-JJirl They in all I. Wilson !
: ber. week. was at the lecture
: ., present [ we know of Col. Tift's. r.sw associate, that its
: free th of ,
liberty, the re-flection of
: ( gov&.nsru.riti fliflto flllI"'rt"r exposing corruption this
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I.,*..,.. ,if 'll..i"tr.! 111 I til pl -tittjtii'ii .f Ju''g'' *. They are nectssm' t brin the And, Mr. President, it i is notoiious that in many of those eight quoted above, and being called on, responded | patrons have lost nothing by the addition of arch-agitator
; La8tI n .'f the l 1tw tn antcCKiint ['JI<'ppl"aill i in ..fcr. to warn judges of;their States where the old system i is still retailed, there} i is a stiong party''. follows The reelection of W. H. Seward to the
.j. :
as
. his the editorial columns.
t'- .;I:y. h nppiizc the people .their Htfhu, t tk-f.-ii-l tht1 a ;uinit the encroachiiU who desire a change. We all remember the conret whi..h':lrOSE' a :, I name to L'mtvd States Senate tabliht the great
; : :: !tt u:. .t,titutl",1 ,power t.. d .Uct the fraud a of the kiiarub and artful few since i i-i South Carolina the Jfr. Chairman and Ladies and Gentlemen : (act that the anS-sIarery sentiment is

,c: ': .. hWI.,IPOI"the h./ucjt and. fcimj"e ; they arc uteful iu the gcuerul adaiiuutration of tie old vicious years system, and that its abolition upon oily subject Mod abolishing by a small mA this .1,I This; is not the time nor tin place for me to I 0: 7" The following says the Sentinel, is an mount and predominant in the North. pira The
.t; : utter word. You have listened: in the eloifjucnce
t r ". jority-so in Massachusetts. Maine and New Hampshire.: There a extract from a letter from the House of Mes issue between him and the Know-XotfnVs
In !lecture delivered' at Lexington, Ky., In 1821, the late W. '1'. ': ) of my young friend, ANt HERE TONIGHT was distinct and decisive
: .- 1 is. therefore, much to lead us to expect that in tho.e Staffs the srs. Smallwood, Anderson & Co., N. Y., addressed He hart tfirows
jf': Barry : elected Chief Justice of that State 'I I I E.NDOK- \ SENTIMENT UK HAS down the
:: .. nfer\arJI forcibly said : friends of progress and sound reform will soon succeed in effecting Messrs. Anderson of guantlet? as their sworn enemy in
& Perkins
fr.-, .: .e. ..TI.1 5/e great in the law it t xeel in mot departmtDta of knowledge, and to this change so much desired by many of thu most wise and patriotic rTTERED. In public or in prirate life, in majeriirs to the Senate, and they had taken it op.It surmounted .
and in minorities at home abroad
this which for
or
lie iu I city, we requested publication'It their
: pn-at every viitue. It rtquiiei the applicatinu of the greatest oi citizens. flag-staff em' November elections -
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ttt :, :'': the undcistnndiiig. to the grvtttett number ol fuels, And lwrt I in'.fnd to lice and to die wilh unrelenting hostility is the and
the to
; (ubnl'tI nearly en- We should not act upon the old adage of being vie and a voluntary compliment iudustry bearing it aloft, the Know
; tie r i lent ef human acii. stud ct>iiccrij". Let it a1o l be rcc'llct.J! tLat th.*e ppnny to slnrery on my lips. I maLc no compromises entered
.i. :: '' pound foolish. 1 do not believe the of I and of Mr. Lea Nothing the Assembly to
. .., aquir etninrote at tinb.. r. Feld<>u> cuufiue themselves to lh. duties of ilnloue. people Florida want any I anyvhere, at Aow or abroad. 'enterprise management as a supersede
'.' .; '. The LrgwliCn! mlrmhlKS are open to thmi; to their liands the care of such change of system as that proposed by this bill and are not likely :, shall yield; ?iofhinp ({ ,'anfi-slarcry $(lt;II'i planter, and the more valuable and flatteringto him or prevent his election. The more san
:: 1 .) the State i U cfuu c.munitttd, and none are more cnpuble of making good and to be so capricious all to undo what they have recently done a' RO much I j guine of their memb-rs were confident of
adranre him because it i is We
interests
menu to personal voluntary.
oirn requestedthe
,4 t'"o; u.ullvl <>a which the very being (If the State dc'pnd. Every of the cost and with so much deliberation. I Lelievethat the I my ) success-the order commanded the balanceof
Supreme
:' .. ." the Anitfiicai show some pru separate to adumre party interest, or to lMrll.1u dr. \ extract for publication with the
.r :' niluL1c juLioul g Court system, and the separate Suptcmc Judges arenonulnr with the I hope thatit power, and yet, on the appointed far. of
dIe uited Character of "" wands f Stale section; rocmtry.1
( or of our
ftMtemnn.
L'V;, & ,,s .It i i iuJicJlwll\JI.\ tiPCi-Miiry that te.be a reallawjer or a real pnliticinn.you peopIehoso recently ordained; the! one. and t.iu Ilullti.elt'ctt'll: the I 1 hope to be any able to maintain "'z all! occasions j may stimulate others to follow his example, the tournament, they surrendered the glove
1*>V". ? %, tnwitte lit to ta letter acquainted with the Constitution of B other. And as one of the humblest, ) of the people's. pub'ie! servant?, these principles, to comprehend in aflecti I as well as encourage Mr. Lea to perseverein : without even breaking a lance.
l ., couutry tbau: tltil whose province it is to Jtftn-1 it in -i 'id who. voice i is my ; In the Senate five Know Nothings} votedfor
''t k- s. many .Klmpe a my decidedly ngain.t any change in i-ither t of these n''I,'ch. .jiisthi whole and of the the work he has so well commenced.
''. ."M V hum tttir ;particular jjuisuiic'! ale veil iered In n-coids, the pillaib of liistoiy.7 Stability and permanency ol the Coin ts i is the surest f j ? country thepeople I Seward and his majority was five-a clear
guarantee t>
"The eh of an iiirijLt| ; and able\ IwJ'(b one <,f the mOiL useful to whole country ; and when I say: the wholeeountrv. Know
": .;':, mankind; he\uct a i'- .-, the the orpLuti, ; the jiruUctor of the injured the of confidence which a reasonable stability in the Courts of the majority was tuelve ; but had the seven
| "Idom.J country
% por. { : ; guardian I include in i that term 'achu.-etts: and the
of .\. J. Lea of 29 baits Cotton
11 .
: ihe and of hi fellow the vindicator is alone calculated ; at ietse Know Nothings for him him
voting
of to
r./ rights property etz"II; public unrngs. inspire emigration to our sparsely! popnlntrd! 1 This opposed ,
: North. I i- not the time for detain
t.,.V. ., and in UI.lfP.cuuntry, the defender of that libei t ty, in the tiijoyment of wliel State will be deterred and din.inihcd, and of our citizens me to ; i \\ tllukIr.! Lea deservrs a complimentary'notice I there would have been a major! y against
many present .
tlmt the of Heaven' vou. You atn'l'allt..J on me mo>t unexpectedlv for his : I
precious hlc gift to irnii-Lht and which
him
:X\ .. wlpnde OUlcl'CI. : litetty will l he driven lion: the c..u"trin arch of that for supeilor production of two. Thus the vote of einrh fconse
.o I g. bccutitv
J which. tyrant usurpd. and \lich was rescued from tb.1 yoke by the rulur to say a word, and hiving done SII I will i iI t ti may stimulate an emulation! h-y his neighbors, and the election of Seward
and which is the fruit of decided bv
civil liberty were
r"V person property tine and 1 which
and of our retire for the honor
; blo i i I thanking you of this oo- and also think our Mr. Ear! is entitled Know
we "
Nothing votes. The
>', './ / should be the birthright of every American, freeman.Jftorfoian result may be
r-1 I., The eloquent and profound Judge Bledsoe thus beautifully ex- -- I, cauon.Here to some credit in making the sale which we charged partly ,to the despotic; discipline of
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.f'.4.T. .: ** presses himself: ii: brief, we have given a history of predict is the highest price for Florida Cotton the Know N tJ.ingg and the consequent mu-
W'i..* ; [ nub $ ournI.i > l Know achievements and in inMaioc that will be realized this season. \r e hope tinyof some members; partly to the
ft-i'r'1 *, Even noe jfreat and virtuou statesman or lawyer is a treasure to his countiY.jf e ; Nothing every will take some interest in bringing Mr. and the spoi.'s
you superior tactics
V1 .!. Hi c',ings forth reenible a niehseiiger fn n> Hcnu-n. beautiful the morning to its have been over sound National of the Seward pipe
a : triumphs
1;:/,:*:1 the sons' and ,lUI1ttlll f a llci.n. but U the ( teirible army ..---- :''; --. "- ': \ Lea befoie the public, as we consider him a layer; ho,, more than to all oth.rrnuses
w-V: '.j'.. with IwmiiPis. J my beloved country ever J 'lpre'Jr.i\cl tibscrter&a of a her libert .j I i : Saturday, February 17, IS5. I Democrats and at the expense of pc-ace benefactor to the Cotton ii.terett and a Cft J. combined, to the predominant nnti-slavery

] .' .J.?* J*". ties-such vindicalorb of her law*. __------ -- -- -- .. -.'- =---- I and harmony. So far we have seen that abolitionism -: it to your State. i sentiment in the Assembly in the State and

Hi"' .:' Thus, Mr. Piesident, I have (nde8'orr to discharge the dut\ Birthday of Washington. I I by: means of the new movement," I If we could get annually 1000 bales of I i throughout the No-thern States.
kV,. I such cotton as that raised by Mr. ] f.'a.it
; which I llasworn to the Constitution
: perform, (defending against "been into life and until
has
The, 22d instant, tho Anniversary of the Birth-day of WASHIXIJTOX I galvinized power,
would character St. r The Hon. J. C.
at
Ei"; .1.:; infractions. And if I have proved, as I think I have, that the LegI' once give a to Marks Breckeuridge has resigned
r. will be celebrated by the Florida Kiflemcn. An Oration will !! it threatens the well-being and safety of the which fear it will be
> ,,i.. : .-%- iUature arc uluutlllZt.d forbidden! to accomplish either of theI.V Cotton we never entitled the Mission to Spain, on account, it is
:. two objects contemplated by this bill, I shall have accomplished the be delivered at the Capitol by Lieut. Amaker, at 12 o'cluck1.. Cit. Government itself. But look at New York, to. But a few such Plnnters'as Lea alleged, of the illness of his wi ife. Gen. A,

1. X". lj"--:; purpose for which 1 have addressed the :5l'natl. lithe people of our izens generally, and especially, the Ladies, arc i invited to participate whore Seward has recently been reelected to would make Sl Marks Cotton as desirable as C. Dodge of Iowa is reported as having beeu
.' State desire the change in our which this Senate. The New York Herald New Orleans.
;. ".\ young ically system bill in the celebration. the a Know ... named the President
and confirmed the
by
1' i i by
JX Vy V' aims' to effect, let measures be taken to amend the Constitution, at I Nothing organ, thus spoke when the action of THE REV. JOSEPIIUS ANDERSON.-The
*'''*?V;*' such tune and '" such manner| *8 to accomplish the object desired Senate as successor to Mr B.
National Fruits of Know NothIngIst.S the Senatorial caucus was known : good people of Tallahassee came near
lj': toi'. by legitimate means. When t is amendment! i proposed, it will bef.'V'tV
: : time enough discuss its policy and wisdom. But as the author of %'hen the Know Nothing) movement first commenced, its advocates In this instance the danger to the Know. being without a preacher. The brother above Using ap the larks.

,.'. ,{:!,Tr tiiit bill ha> ii.timuted, an opinion that those who oppose it only do claimed for it a higher nationality than that possessed by either i. Nothings threatens their eery existence. Tho named was transferred from and the Va. Conference Constantinople correspondent of the
\ so conbtitutionnl grounds. I think it not improper to declare election of Seward is the test question of their by Bishop Pierce, Bishop Capers, London
afl':. up'in of the two great political I parties of the day. It was designed been informed lam Times shows how the war is using
appointed to
i--i -:.'. b"icily I 1113* convictions ujKin the comparative merits of the\ two conservative principles, and of their prestigeof I having so
syshjSrft it said to build on the ruins of all others which TallahasSl'C.I'anwhile. however several the miUtnry and of the
was
up a.party up power resources
[/. tcnii ofciiRtitiiting t the I Supreme Court-for my opinions' upon this invincible strength. His success demoralizes -J JI
:" .1' J.;.* : 1 p.nil: a'C definite ant'' decided. In my opinion! then, it will not be fehould be the means of cementing the various sect'ons in an enduring I all their Northern conservative triumjihs, !I Virginia brethren solicited him to tiny with j.rkt. The sick man" is at the point of

.t". .4C. wue so to amend the Constitution as to require the duties of the SuIv bond. To accomplish this, political abolitionism was to be destroyed and throws this new American parly back upon them and take the Tract \genc). lie left it death and this correspondent seems to think

l ..tV' J iireuu Curt to !be discharged by the Circuit Count Judges. TheI.S frvesoilism crushed out," and tho rabid, restless agitatorsof Virginia and the South as a party of the Seward wholly with them and Bishop PierC', beiiev.lug that the sending of" the remnant of (Omar
that Providence would direct his
.l,i.if iiipu-yue Couit i is only i a Court ol Appellate jurisdiction, d< ., sectionalism laid on the shelf. These objects were commendable anti-slarery coalition rlf. lie-elect him, conferred the steps.- Pacha's army of the Danube to the Crimea,
The and
it
.,#f to cu Ject the errors of judgment into which the Circuit Couitsmiy and his sectional organization and disunion Bishop appointment,
'tt"" but from the elements the I announced in the H.. will give him the finishing stroke. lie
C.
: ;!;if occasionally fall, from the haste with which they are obliged to composing new party, utterly impossible anti'81:1\'t r.y programme continues-the antislavery was so 'oeate.I says
h
.f'" )fl act. from the fact that Know Xothingism obtained its recruits I! agitation receives a new impulse, I But Bishop Capers not having received information a few months have proved how baseless was

r Ii,.t\.-t.".f And at the first blush, there would seem to be an inconsistency' mainly from parties already deeply dyed ii: abolitionism. Doubtless I which may jHtsRibly overcome the nonintervention i of this fact in time, had .ajready stationed the great fabric of Turkish militiary power,

:.i g"' !,l' and incongruity in submitting appeals from the supposed errors of many well-meaning: jK'rsons joined the order influenced by a,' |policy of the Know-Nothings in all the I him in Tallahassee considered and wrote him to him and bow much the well appointed force which

: fl,. the Circuit Judges, to the same Circuit Judges Men do not acton feincere desire to promote harmony between the sections, but the over-, Northern States, Massachusetts not excepted. from Charleston, that he bound there., under encouraged even veteran statesmen to connfrrat"

... :U this principle in the ordinary transactions of Jife, because it is a die. mass of its members were what Bruton would term "rot'. There is evidently a Know-Nothing split at Bro.the A. circumstances submits, to the too d ''cision and- I 'or instigate the rejection of the Vienna
; t tat. of eomruon sence and experience, that there are greater chances ot'fl.Sltth'J Albany upon Seward's re-election, and, under cheerfully Note, was beyond the real resources of the
I cn, :t; of unbiased impartiality from the decisions of p rsons who are were already frecsoilcr and abolitionists in senlimcnt the circumstances, it is significant of a geneeral desires ua to say thus much to tie FIe ida country, and incapable of being replaced

t.:rtf $; wholly disconnected with the first trial of the cane, and therefore beyond Hence, the first Know Nothing achievement. was the defeat of the.1 r demoralization; and disorganization of the. Conference as an excuse let his for flock his kt f on-appear-that he when destroyed by the calamities of war.-"

".''tfJrt{{ the reach of any of those sources of bias, prejudice or partiali.! patriot Bigler, in Pennsylvania, and the election of a negrophilist new party. ance as yet, and to with them/ow And adds-
to be Southern
: ty which all men arc attunes conscious laboring under, and from in the person of Pollock. Next followed l the carrying for free. I.I Re-elect Seward, and his programme is endorsed expects Christian shortly Advocate.It In the year 1854, the Turks have lost ap-
the influence of which the best and wisest often find it hard totally by the State of New York in the name
dom" of the Western States, where tho lion-hearted democracywere I wards of 100,000 men. The army of tbs
; to divest their minds. of its people-his partizans resume the field gives us pleasure to announces that Mr.

fF; Now consider the system in this point of light, and it will appear battling courageously against every conceivable phote of fa. i on the offensive and the contingency of a disastrous Anderson reached this city on Tuesday night, The Roumelia forces is of now Kara not at more Batoam than 80,000 have been strong dt-
obvious that although Circuit Judge who tried the naticism. The Know Nothings joined their forces to tliotc of the I sectional campaign the
L' ; particular upon and will officiate in the Methodist Church tomorrow stroyed by the and stilt -
c I case"from which the appeal is taken to the Supreme Court, may not fanatics, and the result has been the crushing out" of such men.: slavery question becomes a living question. In at the usual hours of service. crimes of their'enemy own; commanders.more.f!;

preside on its trial, yet his position of constant conference with his as Shields of Illinois, Dodge of Iowa, and other good men and true,' this view of the subject, the Know-Nothings will hardly supply more 'men, and iii tl.
: brother Judges enables him to exert an inflence on their minds, and the in their of whogu of our Legislature&nd the conservatives thereof any *
putting places men only merit is found ILLINOIS SE'iATORSnIP.-Advtces is to b. expected from Tunis. The troop
sufficient ia doubt to counteract the weight of : all parties Mill appreciate the heavy from
quite cases, no respon- I
r many
Ii in their devotion to free soil and their hatred of sent to the Crimea hare perished misersbljin
-4, 1f all}the arguments of counsel on the other side. And although the Judge slavery. MassaJchusette ,'sibility which attaches to their action on this Chicago announce that Trumbulh Anti-Ne of Balaklava. remainsOf "
i the hovels What
,:' : may b* desirous that justice stall i be attained, yet such is the pride and New York were next the theatre of Know Nothing important issue of Sev>ards re-election. The braska Congressman elect from Illinois, has the Ottoman is wanting ia

.f opinion, such is the natural anxiety which men feel to have their victories and struggles-and what has been the result I In Massachusetts danger is imminent Tuesday is the day. been chosen to succeed Gen. Shield, in the most necessaries army, and totaUj dispirited changed, from

ti '.' i opinions sustained, that they are always liable to tho temptation to a Know Nothing Governor, (whose first message advocated ,Seward is the issue. Shall he be elected ? United States Sonate, from that SUte. Gen. the fine force which 'first.met the enemy !
? throw theirinfluence, in some form,into the scale of the party litigant a restoration of the Missouri Compromise and the introduction of the We pause for the action of the Assembly.
Shields is announced as a candidate to fill the I yearagO. -
decision made in the below. the .'
; I in whose favor the was members of the court Court Again, jury feature in the Fugitive Slave Law,) and six abolitionists to Congpeu The issue'was met, and Seward triumphed. in the House thus vacated. There are no longer men to be Bsd c,Orl.I9
4 yoftition of C'wcuitJudges as Supreme subjects place
'
do there fond for the reconstitution -
1 (Win' to another" source of temptation and .bias. For be it reutfm were chosen. One of these Know Nothing Congressmen, He received eighty-seven Totes, against six. army, nor of it. Thi exist Turkish 'Ministry/"

4f ered that Judges, are but men of like passions with our. the II on. A. Burlingame, delivered an anti.slavery lecture in Boston ty.five cast for Dickinson, Seymour and Scat Lint AND BKAUTIKS or FAIUTT Fz.' not.'the. energynor. 'wm ',th."trtfl "to rireat (

rives," aad o co.rat subject to be ,influenced by. all the temp week before Ii st, the substance of which we copy from the BoStbn. tering. The votes of eleven Know-Nothings -Since Fanny Fern has shown op.her ;own'family exertion*.;.'&L'.c WI.j .teem .batleft &h

r Utioos and l>5lties incident to human nature. If, for instance, Atlas, (whig.that) our readcrg may see the Ip.irifof Nodhorti Know could"have prevented the result But this in Ruth'Hall, some of the Tnembers" '.country entirely In tbVhand* of the Western'

$j a Judge has been presiding in a cause, tried of coarse by one of his Nothingism : ".< i mall band of National Americans'"remarks hare determined that she shall not Bare Powers, and'to iadispowd to da snjtbwif
brother J Judge wbo listens with lively interest to the opinion revert' I As toe Austrian*
ing the.dec'wioa of UM Court below; the next case called may have lIe commenced by saying that in speAking for freedom h$'should tho Enquirer, could not be found, and the all the exposition on her own side. A vol. which. they 'caD'to'deftnd'thePrincipsIitw avoid. tip

h been tried by the very Ivxlg who pronounced the reversing opinion.: not be choice in the selection of terms by which to characterize shi foul deed WM accomplished. The Know. urns has just been published, entitled the have .nl*CI Omar hV. army w* npjU I
remain of '
itself to the mind and indeed Slavery had betrayed us,' and the time had come .for an outraged Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern-? which P ?
reUlistioa very. rtfor
t $om. sort ay suggest I Nothings, M a party, had the complete control : 1 left on the Dauabstki"OttO ,ft
all Jodcf$ are liable tarjiarl anxious that their decinions should not people to expect their aentimeuta. in language not to be BUS. loth. I.slature-thmy could easily hare it is said contains a very full history of an sent them to the Crime*;.with whst reilrt. fmoit
I ofih CourL.. und'fttOOd.; s ying and doing (loom | lift
r'rsed than those of other member Fanny's early .
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pftcaer .
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time
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Rail Roil Meeting. big uoirOTMllj ackaovUdfcd by BMdical practitiont tJ 8TAmL fcAIL.: j I Arrirs>4Ot UaaB9e4aylrv <6pia., ?,j r Lta..1 ...:. ; V A bidp.i IJ..1t ... 1? .

of notice'by the'Directorsie .- *t ; 8323, .rom' Adaamilfe by Pin Borough and Lake; ArrivtAbSptifsam. tSar 3m; or A. .. MI-. ;
In pursuance ET: Porcha*M trill b* careful to aik for DR. M10 -rn I Grifflu. te Fort Butler, M Mtlea and back,. Leave Abe Sprinc Mooday at 1 jim ; td bJ 1&11.i.." s.verui .. it

of Penwcola nnd Georgia Railroad Corn. UJE' LEBR TBI> VERMIFUGE.( noJ take POST E 1iPrkTurxL, t OGCI a .. Arrive at West W-.too. day W- & P "% / 01 oomoo, ft1In be ponsWere4t lii pPfJ.e 4: !

appointing the Sib IDa for the rice.ta aQua .l1I.' AU Wb.r Vmxuluge*, in coniparUoo arc JaIlUVJ'1' !, ms.' f. I Leave AdaHMiIl Friday at S p m: 6347 From V. taftt .. Bay,. 44 a Ur4 .it.b'.' Jar. c to,1' ,

pfli.of Director and oiLer important buai.netIt" wortUeM.. Drf.K"lAht.. genuine Vermifuge alto bWC I PROPOSALS fur carryire mails of the Uun>d I Arrive at Fort Butter next day by 7 pm ; sad back c a w wk. 15. BidUvrs'shuoU: itt all ii/pi'p' j .

number-of Stockholder met 'at'tbeSrt tnUd 2Jvf Pill, cu DOW U bad at aU rMocot4U I lit day erf July, 18M, to the SOtli'' Leave Fort Bvtlef Tnuwday at 8 a m ; Leave Veraon Friday at ft am: service strictly aeeonfiog u U* a Jv.rU rueut sod i 1

Dnijt StorM in the UnilcJ States sod Caund.. i. day of June, 1859. inclusive, in the State) of FLORIDA AriveatAdanm.nty by I! m. Arrive at St. Andrew' Bay *ua. dty by a p then, it&Mr'diMIn: trpmrtt,)y faTdiSevrfet .ficrvim ; '(: .

Hot" to.day. Qf For *!. at all Ute Drug Store in Tallab et", will \he received at the Contract office nf the 1\.. 6823 Frnru Angoatm to Homoaacaa. milea and m ; aid if the r.fW.r W be (be t.
t The msotin was organized: by calling aDd at OB e Agency ia every Town in the South. Office Department in the city of Washington until S back, twice a "6ek. Leave SL Andrew's Bay Saturday lit 6 a m ; advertised service, tbe other bid may J,>. eoawWad. |J p

Jolia C. McGBllflE( Madison to the Chair, February 17. 184ft. 7 2w p. m. of 10th April, 1855, (to be decided by the 30th .Leave Augusta Vcdocaday and Saturday at Sam Arrive at Vemwo atn day bv 8 p*,. if the alterations pena..d ate HeOIbowuoJt'Cl by tl* :j.l.

j'ap Jointing B. F. ALLEN, Secretary. April 1855) on the routes and in tbe times herein ; 6848 From Hilton.by Coon Hill. N lhKO'ille. Abu postmasters and qtiaena. iiitsnaful. or If they abaJI J

*9U elimination: the Secretary reported Executor's Notice. sjeci6ed.EiJJtrt Arrive: at TTomosMsa same days by 12 m ; .. and Fort Crawford to Sparta 70 uiila sad appear mjuu/ .Uy.riKkt ." ., ; ,T :L j
,I ?'rI\' art rfgufstrd to examine carefully tAe in- Leave tTomotasaa' Wednesday and Saturday back. once a week. 14.passL. TUr sboukl U but pe.rtaU W ft* i* a p -

." t11\t K raij rity of the. Stock of said Compa. THE aderaigned, having been appointed Executor .' 'IIet iu"', fcr ti v/piopviul, &', altachtdto ttiiiativtitiituieut. at 2 pmArriveat ; Leave Milton Wednesday at 4 a m t ', I V

repre4efltCi in nnro/in and Kv. nnirv, the last will and toeUmett of Richard Whitak Augtuta same days by 6 p ra. Arrive at Sparta next day bj,6 p &; 16. Tto wot, the service. 'tb. yearly i' the'name -;" *

;I. fly'fIU lIIotlon, n Committee conluting of *r, deceaeed. late of Leon County aDd baYing qualified 6801 From Chsrleston S. C, by Jacksonville, F1s. 8324 From Molendea, by Cedar Tree, to Fort Dade, Leave Sparta Friday at 6 a m; and residence of the bidder, and tbpf .it: *au5i" J.:.._
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when ('n. William Bailey E. C. nader Mud will, hereby give* ootiee to all persons Mandarin Magnolia Mills Middleburtr, Pico- 21 miles and back, once a week. Arrive at Milton next day by 6 p rftC649 -' member of. a firm, wbo n a onaiparry'q0i>r*. lb al4 be -.
Whitner.
I 1k f. having del against Mid eetite to preeent bern lata. and Mills to ilatka*, 300 miles Leave Wtjendcz Saturday at 1 p m ; From Milton, by East River aud Alaqu to distinctly stated; .110, tle mode f.ooT yoe if a* '; > j
." ( heiL.l Edwara: Houston, 4. G. Anacnon and within the time prescribed by law, properly authenticated Orange Arrfve aVT.rt Dade same day by 8 pm; Uebee Anna 89 miles and b A, VIIC'_ higher mod* than borsebaek.b*hrteoJed The Word: > l

t'V._ XlcGcliee, wa appointed to, report bul ---- or- tliii-- Dot- n__ 'will n_ b.-- rdemAtid r------ in-_ bar--_, of-_ their----,- -recovery Leave and back Charleston_twice a week. and_ .; at_ .S_ f-_--_._ 'IZ'.n..1._ -._ _._,_ .r*,...,...,."._..., .a'- .It, .a _III .. _week._ _L ., with due celerity certainty,* atxl .sewltj. inserted. -. j J Jar

;' fr the consideration: of the meeting onto ; sod all pereotia indebted to Mid estate will uesjay Saturday Arrive at Melendez same day by 12 tn. I Leave- Milton Wednesday at 6 a in I tu Ddk..t. tbe 01 ClDCff wi Nllt t1. .' -

make payment iinmedialely. p. m; 12 6325 From Pierecville. by Springneld to Bay Port. Arrive at Ucbee Aim next Friday by 10 "*/ iw !
Arrive Jacksonville next days by m ; 4 3" *
.morrow' Flrtcber WLitaker ia my agent with whom eettlemeoU and at 15 miles and back, once a week. pm; 1*. Bidders are requested to'tI. is far ii pftatkil. Ij' 3 i-
the then Leave Jacksonville Wednesday Sunday
On motion meeting adjourned ov rto.rnorrOW can be made, oonuected with said ea'tite, aDd Leave Pwrcevflle Saturday at 6 a m ; Leave Uchee Anna Saturday at 6
n\i\,\ morning 10 o'clock. to wbotn accounts can be presented. Arrive 12m at; Pilatka next days by 6 a. m; Arrive at Bay Port same day by 12 m ; Arrive at Milt tost Monday by b m. ''to write oct iu' full \lbs sum cf'ti Ir w.,,' '. ;

U Tn eet8 met on Friday morning pur L. H. B. WHITAKER, Executor. Leave Fihttka ilouday uud Thursday at 8 Leave Bay Port Saturday at 1 p m ; Bids fur semi-weekly service will b* consider 4ud to retain copies of them.No -; -

r: adjournment and the Committee pre. February 17, I85. '7 8w Arrive at Pierce ville same by 7 p m. ed.i altered bids can be.euoside;fd. and oo(ills'once ,
lta am I 6826 Prom ll',tno asa, by Cry stal River, to Long i 68-0 From Pensacola by Blakcly Ala, to Mobile! submitted can be withdrawn.Each It> ;
next S
I :;.luII 1, appointed, reported through their JOHN W. EVANS, Arrive at Jacksonville days aud by a m ; 4 rO.,", 40 miles and back, once a week. 67 miles and buck daily. bid must be guaranteed by two responsible :
Leave Jacksonville Tuesday Friday at I
ChAin: E. C. Cahell, the following rcso- ATTORNEY AT LAW am' Leave Homosasna FiuJav at 2 p m; Leave Pensacola dally at 12 m; penons. Omeral guarantees cannot be admitted! -J : 4 4

1Jirlns.! which were adopted : Arrive;at Charleston next days by 10 a m. Arrive at Lon Pond next day by 6 pm; Arrive at Mobile n-wct day by 6 a In : 17. The bid should Ut sealed; euptrsqTbed"li.maiIproposals. I

11 ncsnlccJ, That the President and Directors BAINBUDOK, CEO Bid to extend') Welaka arc invited. Leave Long P md Thursday Ht 6 a m; I I Leave Mobile daily, .t 7am; State of-," addrr d "Stcood A... "

I Petuacola and ( Railroad ComTI.VIJ WILL gave prompt attention ts all bu@ineucD' 6802 Fioin Jacksonville by arbpr'r'. Alh Itor. Little Arrive at Hoinisassa next day by 12 m. Arrive at Pensacola*oed day by 2| a m. siatant Po>tn ster General." Contract Ofile,. and ent -

of the : eorgi) I to his care in ibe Counties of Tii<>ma>, : Rivir. Mineral! Springs e..lulllhu, \ Madi-- Bids to extend to Clay Lauding will be consid 6851 From Pensacola to Warrington V miles and by '"tJ l, not by or to, an agent.'and postmasters wQI X. ., :

he diiected to give notice to the TJUSttfi Dt-c iter B.k r. Djiuffetrty, Calboun, Early and Clay. fwm, S.indy Fi-rd. IIII.t l M<.ntie,'ll.i, t., TalluhaKSW. ered. I. 1 a k daily. not'eocloM propuaals (letters of any kind) in their ,

of the Internal Improvement Fund, of February 17, I85. 7 tfM 192 mils and back, twice a week. 6327 From Tnmpa to Manatee, '42 miles uid back, Leave PensAcola daily at IIi a ni ; quarterly returns. .'

tif! foil acceptance, by this Company, of the Leave Jacksou\illc: Sundby and YYrdticsday-at once a week. Arrive at Warrington same day by 6f a m; I i. The contracts are to be executed and returned I ,

of the Act to provide for and encourage Notice. 7 p m ; I Lfnv-e TivnipaThursdny at 6 a in ; I Leave Warrington daily at 7 n in; to tbe department by or Ufipe the lit of July,If&f, 1-

provisions R. T. A. BOIINSTEDT be in this City ngaiti An'nc at Tl\l1a11tere in 48 hours by 7 l pm'; A i rive at hwstee next day by 12 in ; 1 Arrive At P acoln same day by 10 n m. but the set vice most be commenced 'on (the m.n clay .. r
a liberal t syttvin of Internal Improve Leave Manatee: Friday at 1 6852 From New Orleans La. Pensacola Fla, next after that date .
out week and lemain bere a few week for tu- Leave TaIULab-ec Sunday Wedneadny at p m ; : by whether'te contract b4 tz* .-.
!Y ments in this State," approved January 6, nil'C orrrpairing Piuoos for those who may dehc it.FebrullolY Sam ; I Arrive at Tampa next day by 6 p m. I I Apalaehicola, St. Marks. Cedar Keys, Tampa ted or not. No proposition for traoaftfs will b'* eonaidered I

17, I8. It 7 Arrive at Jacksonville in 48 hour, *. Ly 3 a m : '. 6823 From Tnnipa to Old Tampa: Bay, 30 wiles and I and Manatee, to Key West 1.000 miles until the "'extract aN eceeotcd in due form *
1S55.Rrsdvctt bock once a week. aud back, twice a mouth, in steamboats and received at th. department and thee o tfs ; t
; That the Board of Directors be 6303 From St. Augustine to Picolata, 18 milts and ; s>
Take Notice. I four times week. Leave Tampa Monday 6 a In ; Ler.ve New Orleans on the 10th and 24th of (era will be allowed uadesa good and scfficsnt rsfSMS '.
' instructed to ejx-cify the route l lying between back a Arrive at Old Tampa Bay 6 acb month therefur '
and same day by ; are given to be determined by th* deportment :
in Hone Lot on last Thursday mom Leave SL Aujj'i tuic Sunday Wednesday: } .
Pensacola, or the waters of the Pensacola FOUND tny and I p an; Arrive at Key West on the 20th and 4th ; -. MI
StU SORREL MARE MULE. nt 8 a In 12 m :
Ray and the point of intersection with the p'-'If'd' to hare bus, a ltd there by some person*up the- Arrive at Pioolata ame; days by 1 p m and 5 : I Arrive.fiVe Old at Tampa Buy Tuesday nt 6 a m; Leave Key West on the 10th and 24th of 19. Postmasters at office on or nrar railroads but ? ..
'
Tampa same day by 6 m. each month than rod '
Irvin
p ; more eighty a station will.unaiedhite-
Floiida Road, on the most direct practical l.igl..L previiiu. The owner will come forward, prove p m ; and at 6829 From Tninpa by Kennedy's Store to IclpuckesaMa *- Arrive at New1 Orleans on the 20th and 4th. ly after tbe lot of April uext. report ilrfir exact dia- .
Jacksonville with "it'to extension cl aid take her Leave Pieolata Monday Thuisday 6 ain
; line to a an fJupt-rt', pay a7<-s away. So milea aDd back week.
and 1 2 once a \ INSTRUCTIONS. tance from u. nearest .ut CJo. and bow they are otherwise ." .
PARKER LEVY. m;
to tho C corgi line, as that over which Leave Tampa Tliursday at 7
ft ra
; supplied with tbe mail to ennbl the P.t.m -
: Luke Bmdfor.1. J'.MI C... Feb. 17 1865. tf 7 Arrive at St. Augustine Eame days by 11 a m6f04 Arrive at Form of a proposal where no chanqtfrom aftertuctnent L1 '
r tLi to construct ita Iload.trsofmfThat Ichepuckcsaasa came day by 6 *ter General to direct a mail-mrlMtwu aunnlve
Companprpos's and 5pm. I is eonlemulateJ. ba the bidder._.___ "-- --.C-I ..
/ the Boards of County Factory Meeting, Monticello. From IMatka! \>j Orange Springs Orange Leave P 01;Ichepuckesassa Wednesday at jaw I, -: of -, ;; tci; ', State of from tbe tat of July next, V,

Commissioners of the County of Columbia, r 'EkE "ill be a meeting of the Stocl.ii of Lake Siker Spring.. Ornla. Camp Juvrd, Anive at Tampa same day Lv C P iu. ; -, propose to convey the mals:: from July 1, 3.1845.pr.videsthat.ootrsetb 20. Section 18 ofansetufCougresawov.dMa.befh..pchiftoef oa, ...

and each of the Counties .Middle "lidV f'lt 1Ie Jefferoon Soullirii Riglita Manufacti: jug Co, Atlgu t", Pknv\il! -. miles M'lmdi-i and back and Fort 6830 From Icbepukesaaftu to Jeiuigau, 52 miles} and 1855, to June 30. 18C9 (>n route No. -, from the mail shall be let.in case,to the lowest bkfcbr' .
150 every
Florida, be earnestly recommended to sub held in M-iilicf, <>n the l but Saturday in }d>. uary. Ta>'lor, to Tampa, twice back, once a week. to -, agreeably to the advertisement of tendering sufflcient for faithful ,' 'l'

tcribe with,, the assent of the people of said to elect a Board r>f Trustee for the eusuing ycl&r. a 'K'el"k.J.eUf' Pilatka. Muuday and Thursday at 1 Leave Ichapuckesnssa Friday at 6 a m; the Postmaster General, dated January 12, ISS5, and alice without other fuaraolec reierenee to tbe mod. perfcrtD-of aud >; .' 4 J'I
February 17,1635. 2w 7 Arrive at Jernigan next day by 12 by the following mode of conveyance, viz: .
Counties an amount equal to one half of the am ; Leave m; for the annual sum transportation than may be necessary to provid for j

ffttiinaUtl cost of constructing said Railroad Arrive at Tampa next Wednesday and Saturday Jenfajan Saturday 1 p in; ofdollars. the due celerity certainty. and accunty of web tranaportatioBS. j ]
Arrive
at '
SNUFF AND TOBACCO. Ichepuekesasba next day by 6 pm. .* Under this law "
through their respective Counties. bv 4 p ru ; 6831 From Mdlonville Jurni This proposal is made with full knowledge of the anewde.eriptiooolbids 1*
---- to !an.. 30 _mile_ and has been reeti v. It'doea not '.
and n --- node of
Resolved, That the President and Directors PETER LORILLARD Leave Tampa Mouday Thursday at 2 baek. once a week.Leave g-- distance the route, the weight of the mail tn be ear I but engages to take the specify entire nail cwcfa toavveynncc .
trip .
am' and all other ;Iu reference to the route
ried.
of this Company be authorized to purchase No. 4 2, CHATHAM STREET, NEW YORK, Arrive at Pilatka next Wednesday and Saturday Arrive McUomillc at Jeruigan Tuesday.ml'Jay at by 12 8 m; and service, and ah-o particulars after full examination! of the instructions with celerity law. certainty and aecwity. using the term .i Il
p m ; of the These bida are atylvd from the :
the whole amount of the 10 manner
or a controlling in.ProjH
by (
p and attached the advertise
of Prr t Leave Jrni< RiiVedne requirements to .
OKOROK LOKIUJHIP
QUCCESSORS R < : 4ay at 7 a m in which -
; they are designated the took
will of the department
to omit Silver Spring be .
j
tock of the Tallahassee Railroad > ais coo-
: Company, O offers for 11I1 all kimbj of SNUFF und TOBACCOS ( lIiJI'rl'4L Arrive at M llocville snuie day by 4 p m. ment. */ar W< .," and they will be construed a. '. _1

provided that the purchase can be made at a in general use. F. r particulara: a Price Currrn 6805 From Pilalka. by Welaka. Volu-id, and EnterprUf CS32 From Talluliussee, by New Port, to St Marks, Dated providing fbr the entire trail,At terror/or *,md icAafrrr !

cost not exceeding fifty dollars a hare, with can be obtained by addressing as above. This establishmeut : to ldl"n\'iI1e.!! 130 miles and back, 23 mil"(1 and bock three times a "'tek.Leu' (Signed) may be the mode of cwrtj/aqee necemary toin-. .-
is one of the oldest of the kind in the UnitoStatfg. Tallahassee Monday, aud Form />/a Guarantee "
n \iew to biing said Company within the I ouw ft \\eek in toainbiKit Wednesday, The Sttte of.undertake lure ii, celerity certainty and teeitrity. ,: .y
undersigned, residing at -. -
-
Friday at 7 a in
of said '55. Leave Pilntk Mou.lay ixt 8am ; In all aNt where the lowest gt nd.aerrjce) fc blieved *-,
provisions act ofJanuary6, Feb. 17, 1655. 7-ly II I n..xt ; Arrive at St. Marks same days by 1 p m; -. that if the foregoing bid /Jr carryingthe to be sufficient, UM lowest bid will ,.-
M"Ilnviile 11 btaosjptsif <
Arrive at day by a m
Mr. Long introduced the following resold. ; Leave St Marks Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mail on route No.- bo accepted by the in
tion, which was alter some discussion Adopt. Information Wanted Leave Moll.nn Tuesday at. 1 p m ; at 7 am; Postmaster General, the bidder shall poor to the 1st Be duly bio. guaranteed preference to-atar"or 'f'"I.'. .j i_ :

Arrive at I'ilatka next ed. OF FRANKLINs.; JOHNSON, formeiiy of Hal Bids to commence at ".I llIka are iuvited.C806 days by p m. into the the When the lowest bid is not a star bid and specifiea 4,

;.' Rcsnhed further, That the President and County, Virgiui.i, but who for a !nod many Erom Enterprise U> New Smyrna, tO tr.iles 6833 From Taltohnsaee, by Luck MieoauUie, to Bunker'sHill enter service | reauiral.obligation with and sufficient to perform sureties. either no mode or an t'noJ yiM/,tnodebf ennvevane*. .' : t
proposed good
2$ mile anti l twice week.
of j ears past, lived in the neighborhood of Tallaha!ft'em and l buck, once a week. a it will not be accepted but set ailde for a specific Usl. J
| Directors said hereby instructed This do with fell of tbe
Company are Leave Tallahassee Monday aiid Wednesday atC we a knowledge obligationsaid
Flori'la. Any infurmatiun in regard to Liiu wilt be Leave Entei prise Tuesday 6 am proposIng tbe necewary service. I -
; liabilities assumed under the 27th
to allow all such original subscribersofitncV thuukfully reefivtj, und if he will anliiroa the uiuler- aID ; by guarantors When the bid does not mode .
A i rive sit New Smyrna tame day by 6 ; specify a of'convey .t
pm of
section the of of
as choose to do so, to withdraw their 1 signed at Mount Laurel, Hnlifaz County, Virginia be Leave New Smjnia M,'udav at (6 a m ; Arrive at Banker's Hill same days by 5 p m; act Congress July 21836. anee,also when it propose to carry according to the

suhsctiptions at any time after notice of ihir- \\'Ia hear (something grcutlv to his udvintuie.: I I Arrive at Enterprise: tame Jay by 6pm. Leave Blinker's Hill Tuesday and Thursday D.teJ. two i advertisement." but wrtbevt neb Specification, it will -
(Signed by guarantors.)
at 6 a m i
flays shall have been given by said Com- THOMAS JOHNSON. 6807 j'-rom'i E"W Smyrua to Ijxli.iu River 120 miles ; Form Cti be considered as a proposal for borseback.ervic*. r I
ty February 1, 18& Vw Arrive at Tallahassee same days byi p m. of tificale. 21. A modification of a bid. io of iu .
alit 1 bri''k: twice a muiith.: any eaRtl.
p.iny"of thi'ir right to withdraw the SII11e-: 6834 From Tallahassee t* Wakeenah, 18 wiles and The underrfjned, postmaster of -, State of terms, ia tantamount to a new bid and i
Leave New Smyrna) I a the lit and 3d Wed- cannot be re
7i certifies under his oath'of office that he ia
": In,1: l aUo. to subscription) books for new back, twice a week. -, ac- ceived so as to interfere with ,
open of each mouth reajular competition at- ,
ne l.iys: ; quaiuted with the above guarantors, aud knows them .
Leave TulUhasfce and
and ndditionnl of stock to said Monday Wednesday at ter the hut hour set forreceivjn Jsib .
subscription Arrive at Indian River in 6 days
; .
O Cam to be men uf property, and able to make good their t ,
'. Hailrnad Company.: .. R r& I Leave ludiiin River ou tin 2d and 4th Saturdays ; 2.PostmastersaretobacareMzxatbertlfytI.suffi .r .. : $
, Arrive Waukc enab guarantee.Dated
at same days by 12 m ; ieny .
guarantors sureties without
: of each month or koowior ;
;
then the election
The meeting proceeded to I Leave Waukeeuah and
Monday \Veduesday that
- Arrive at New Smyrna in 6 days. they are persons sufficient respuosibiuty; and t ,
rf b1C Directors: for the year A. D., 1S55. 1 pin ; (Signed.) all bidders guarantors, and sureties ) -
6808 From Indian: River, by Jupiter, to Miami: ISO The of be are distinctly notified ;
w' ih resulted in the unatiimnu: ; election of Arrive at Tallahassee Mir.e days by 7 p m. sufficiency guarantors on proposals may that on afailureto rater Into the .fl
For the Complete Cure of Conh" ; miles and l I"Kick once a uxmth. certified by judge uf a court of record, and by postmasters or perform .
6835 From Tallahassee Benhaden shelL Point
tl.o following! fft'ittlomon, to.wit- Colds, .n ueuzII. AttliiHii Urbncliilis. Leave Jnd'uu River on the let Friday of each 1'awtuxet. aud hy Walker I at the following ofoea and no ulhtrt: Contracts for the service proposed fur Ia the accepted : ,
Sopchopy. to Co "
Con.: Wm. HailifV, CM, B. F. Whitner, Col. Spilling of Blood, and All month; mile} and bark once a week. Ia the State of.FLORIDA postmasters of offices at bids, their legal liabilities wilLbe enforced agaiuet l

II II. CamMe; (.;/. K. .\. Shill,'. Co! Ed Oilier Luiiff Complaint tending Arrive \t Miami in 6 day ; Leave Tallahassee We'lnesday at 3 a in ; tbe court.house or comtYlCJ\t of each county; and atApa1.chic1.:1a. them.23.The contract Will-. be r.J in t -yi
Iu Coiicumplioii. Leave Miami the 2d of circh month snbstaatwlly the forma If
M-jinl.' Hnustouti, Hot E C. Cabrfl Dr Edward (>u Friday ; Arrive at Walker next day by 12 m ; : Micaoopy. Belleville, Caiupbelltou Japer *- heretofore used ih this iblhe
is into Arrive, Indian River in 1 fi department except IT $
This preparation getting me nil over rmrCojntry. ; days. Leave Walker tl ,Jennnings, Mandarin,31t'eelv Hall e1rport, New t
Hradford J. G. AnJcrsun and J. C. Thursday p m ;
particularly mentioned ih tbtve Instructions |lf<
spects
,
The letters 6609 From KeySe't to Mumi 200 miles and ;
numerous we rc.ifr..m our Anive at TallalmsKe next day by 9 m. Smyrna, Pieolata, Tampa Uehe Anna Ocala Pilatka and all railroad and steamboat '
p on ruutn tbe eflntraotors
Mcdeliec.On i various agents, informing u* uf cures vuVrted! in their hack, nice a m nh.: Koees Quiiicy, Wwrington. r.r
830 From TallahdMee, by Beabley s, on the
will be
motion the meeting then adjournedHIC invnediitte: tiHghboih'HKjs, warrant us iu f.i\inj it i LJ I Leave Key We-t on the 8th of each mouth ; required to delivcrthe mails Into tie post t .
; } river in the
Tebgee to Ilidlepville back, oncea Condition to be incorporated the contract to offices at the ends of the routes and into all the Intermediate
s.: die., wM of th best, if not the very bent C-'U-jli .Mc.liine: Arrive at Miami: by the 13th ; week. extent the it .
now before the public. It almost iuvaiubly rd-cxm Leave Miami on the 19th ofeacli month; drpurimfitt nary thrnproper. post office not more thau eighty toils from ?4
J. McGEHEE, President. Bidders will state Un distance and propose a 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each intermediate the railroad lindbjr. f! .
t tI Arrive at Wt- t the 24th. :
and cot U'jfrequ-ntly cures the vey Wt r.t rnv Wben Key > by
Ik F. ALLEN, Secret an.'. I all (.th' Couijli pieparatioris have f.iiled I hit hits re- 9810 l'rolU Ne 'nans7ille, by Fort Clark. Waeahoo- Iebdu!.. office when not otherwise specified, for assorting fl>emails 24. Present contractor, and persons known nt the i -
<6837 Fro n StSlepica! to Fiobolloway, 20 miles and but OB milroad and steamboat routes there ia department must, equally with others. "' .
I ; f
I tie Flemington and Newton to procure gtwr- '
hived the patient as Druggists, dealer iu Medicine, Mican-ipy tJ'
A bill has the House aut; 1 I and Hiysiciaos ea-i testify. Auk the Agent in our I Ocala 57 inila an.l back twice a week.Vuebo'te b i<;k, once a week. to be no more delay than is sufficrent for an exchange nntors IUd certificates -fHi' trsuffirimey .u tAllrjal- :
;. passed orizing ) ill \ the I Leave StilK-pica Monday at 5 a m; of the moil bags. ly in the forma ahov? prescribed! Th-. rvrtnjektes of f.
nearest town what bin been his experience of the *'Jrpt} ? only on return ,
the Pr, side-lit to CUltfcthe rank of Lietittn 1 .fl eti of this medicine.; If lie baa been Hellm trip on Tiiday, and onailiug ilicauopy on I Arrive at Finhollowav Kime day by 12m ; 2. On routes where the mode of conveyance admits sofficnencr must lw signed. bv a )* .":roiir itt oWof ; ..
;! I' I Leave Fiuh Howay Monday at p 1 ra; of it. the of the also the ** before nailed ef *
special or a
ant General (Jen. ScotU it for any leniflli), of liimi' niU tdl IT IS Till 1] th.t trip. ; agents departmeut post pac ji.tfje n rt'of re- _. '
on you Arrive at 8 in.
i day tv
St-l'ejiica s-aiie
i iI p office blank mail locks add to beeunveyc.d cord.
BEST MEDICINE EXTANT. Leave: Nfwuaasulu i:; : Wednesday; atid Sunday bags keys, are t -
: I I Jlt-ral11 6833 Fiom Ma.ii'(l, bv Charles Hills, Charles} Ferry without extra charge. PlJltmsstm attJ..rnd ftm1! .cr-.! t;:.. t .i1k. .' -'- ,

I t By an arrival tr.mi Vera Cno, it is rcpor received IMow lately w> lIve regarding a few t-xtmcifc the virtues from of letterswe this udiin liave It t j Anise It 0.\1; '':' dn\s bv 10 n m; j j jI I and New IWtoo. to Clay Lauding, 90 3. Ou railroad and steamboat lines, Butish: and the present trux)-of v"Ya_ cl i"1r.. -...(,".H .... ,.

ted that Santa Anna has been shut "by the Dr. S. S. Oilm. of KtKixrillf! Oa, ,-1 have 1,I L >ave Ocala Tliaii4av and M.'nd.iy at 2 p m ; I inilc- and buck.: ntiCe a week. Canada mails when offered are to be conveyed without the mail each trip Cor six tucetftsve- 'la ra ww-klj' '- *
Leave Mrdin 7
says
, I been using your Lirenrortb und Tr "iteiivelyin i i Arrive at Ncttnari"" IKuoxt d.us I bb p m.'C811 Monday at u m; I additional pay ; also, the route agents of the department route, and three weeks (0 iiIiev routesaj i report iL. *t *-

fI'Jl'Js.! toy practice for Hire yean piiRt,very and. it is with) :' I Fi"'n ::4,1.:'"-\ill. Ly Ki!! \.iile iind Provi-I Arrive at Clay Lauding next Wednesday by I foi whose exclusive use, while travelling result by the 10th April. 1&&. : J 1

1 U' to 4' iud buck twice t1pm ; with the mails, a commodious car, or apartment in the JAMES CAMPBELL. .. f -
I state belief in its all ( IKe. Alligator, J LI IV- ,
. WHAT Tin;* Bu.\' ;.-Th" N. Y. Board pleasure my superiority over I \verk.. !; l.Ave Vlnv -.n-liug Thursday at 7 a m ; I centre of a car, properly lighted. warmed and furnished Pwstrnssttr General. I
articles ith which! I
other
am fur whichit
acquainted,
Ariire at Madi.iuii iiezt Saturday by 6 m.i '
I.c'v4'na1l5i l* 'I'h1tiaV] and p and adapted to the convenient assortment and February I, 1865. ft-lw
of emigration estimates that tiO.OOO.OOO in U recommended. Saturday
Ilt'al:1 i C839 l'r.m Ma-hoon. by Hamburg and Clifton, to due security of the mails to be provided by the eon- .
has keen brought into the in Mrsars. Fitzgerald Bt-nners. "ritin:from V.'nynes- ; I Urovi-n\ilie, Oa, "SO miles and back, once a tractor, under tbe direction of tie Notice.
utoney country yule N. C, say:-" (The Liverwut and Tar Ii 1>e"o mi- Arrive aS: AliiL'atf-r Paine diys hv* r. pin ; "' week. department : .

the last year by German emigrant lag daily more popular in this Country, aud wo think :|; Leave Alligator Tuesdjy uuJFriday at 6i Leave Mi: >ii-ou nday at 6 a m ; 4. for No each pay wi of I such be mad omissions for tripe not net performed.nanti ; Sealtd Proposals for Buildic a CourtHouse

Justly so. All who have tried it cppak in rxuniiipiula- i[i I am ; I Arrive nt UroverMville, BOle day by ft p m; three times the of tbe satisfactorily be deDucted. expLiiued for tbe Ceu&ty of Vtakulla.riLL ; -
trip -
Airive nt NcwrawvilK pay may
EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. bIt Unas of it, loud it is beneficial nIle, Imp days bv 5pm.CS12
say very hating Leave Jroversville 6
Tuesday at a m
the complaint for which it is recommended., Ff"1Il, Newnansvill", r>y St. lyMiU, t'l New Riv-I ; For arrivals *> tar behind time as to break T \ be received until the 12th day of March I
'I 22 niilt au'l La 'k, week. Arrive at aJi" simp day by rt p m. connexion with depeuding mails, and not sufficiently TV nVxt when the County Couinii"rii i>*r will .i .
t OIKa
io Picken -r.
the United States Mail Atlantic.NEW Our Agent District S. C, Mr. S. R. Me- Waukeenah Hall
y 6840 From ; by IVasU-y, Moely
excused fourth of the for the meet and J he
one proeved to Pro -sal atid award
i L'lve X -''Il1m-, lilt Thursday nll compensation trip open |< *, I. ,.
I Fall assures us that be useit i with cre.it )lx-n -rit in I Ibis ( p m ; and Madison 32 miles and t,
; YORK February 9. Stillepica. is to forfeiture. Deduction will also be ordered the contract to the }lowest bidder. *
subject A and i.
,
own family, and recommends, it to liin nei hlxifH." '!i Iii ri\c ;1l Nw River jiine day by lI' m ; baek week. plan specirication ..
Tho 1 S. Mail Steamship Atlantic, Cap. lie gives an irislacm of a Negio woman Ill his Meiniity i J.4."HVCt'w Ui>cr Tltnrbdjy at 5am ; ",. once a for a grade of performance inferior to that specifiedin may br seen at th* Judtre of rebates Office. .
nt 6
a m
Thursday" ; *
14aveVauleen3h the contract. For of the New PurL fr the % (Builder .
repeated delinquencies inspectftjo The Court -
Annr at Net\n npville c.
taila.ncs West dJJ arrive her wharf who bad been mffenug with bset of the : vne day by 12 m
: not at e LungA
.Arrive at Madin same day by 8 m ;
Fl Newniinsiilli', p kind herein specified enlarged penalties, proportioned House will be required tt' br bibed bv the 25 of Ocr f-4 .
Santa
6S13 by
attended i Mn! Tti-tt-iiuugec,
13: llut! been detaineda for years, with severe cough, %\ho was relieved Leave Madison ) at 6 a m "
city until to-day, having the Liverwort and Tar. Fc, Clay L uidiit. \\'aca.a' a. and L tig Friday ; to the nature thereof and the importance of the mail, tuber nut m time for the Fall Term of Court j{: I

: tir Narrows, in consequence of the ice ia Sueb by are tile jr,*J reports we l lnr of thi M lirine PIIIK!, to At!i-ua Otic 119 wiles aud back, I From Atrive at Wauk\to Chiittahoncbee nah same day by 21 6 miles pm.and may be made DEOROE MILLER Judge of Probate., -":
the harbor which: nho the News eeLIave 6S41 Qiiii.y 5. For leaving behind, or throwing off the mails, or JTew Por'Feb'y to. 1853. 6t 6 .
prevented cure a n
from all ptrts of the South. For a report of the furprising -! back three times a week. '. -
of them, for the admission of -
Vacht of Associated Press from reaching cuts it has performed iu the Western an,11 Neiruvvillo Wednefdny ut 7 a m ; Jynve Qiiincy Monday, Wednesday, and Friday any urfi portion concerned in passengers For Sale. .. 11h
setting or
being running an ox-
Otie up .
Arrive Atseua
next Satuiday
her. Northern and Eastern grat"lud! invite the '. at by Sam ut jam ; .
commercial intelligence ahead of tbe
conveying
sunVrio patient t? read UM pan i}phi et whi.; .h accom I' ; Arrive at Chnttahoochee same days by 12 m ; mail.press a quarter's be deducted.: ftI WILL tell a great bargain in my DWt1 1'11 :
GENERAL INTELLIGECE each bottle. To all have bate I J"ave Atsf-ntOle! Saturday at 11 amnh'e ; pay may and *
we and remueiinTalhihafs
pana say hope Lenye,Chattuhoucbee Tuesday, ITiursday, 6. Flues v ill be imposed unless the delinquency be ____ e.delightfwJfysiu ..
\ Ncwnansville
Affairs at Sebastopol are unchanged.The bop I itt utit Tuesday by 8 KAtnnlny at 7 a m ; promptly nnd satisfactorily: explained by certificates bated iii one of the moat fashionable, pleaaant and

British Army in the Crimea continue '. tRY THE lEDICINE 6814 From pm.NewnnnRVille! by Fort HarW to Mid- Arrirv I'. \\t tn at: mmr.iiT tiuincy'aameVlayn'I iilliili; <-.by rv> are
.u """ u. uuu WiLD a
in a wretched state, in consequence of tnisluanageniPBt tiE dleburg, 50 milea and hack. 'Kiee a week. i -bChttbFilL.; persons, for failing to arrive in contract time ; for ne and 1 Uft'Icllfilll'i V.
: :
large
WARNED IN SEASON !!! 6842 From BaiobrHije fla, ) ; I ilectin I to take the mail from or deliver it iuto, a productive garden ; nearly are severitlhighj -
.
I..enee"t'ille I
and i is rapidly melting away. Wednesday at 12 m; Och(- f'e. West Wiutou Ridl)iville, Riek- office for suffering it (owing either to the ui improved Lota, all in a l.ixh state of enifivatiun.- t
The Peace Conferences are to open in the And neglect not that ec ugh wINch u daily Treak- Arrive at Mid.ll Imrtj next day l hy 6 p m ; (1'. Bluff lolo and F" tt Oadsden to Apa- suitableiiess post ; of the place or manner of carrying it) which I will sell with the Dwelling or separate if de '.

middle this uaol1th.Xcgotbtionl ening your conititution. irritating vour throat aud ;I Leave Middlvburg Tuesday ut 6am ; lacbicola. !U6 miles and back three time a robbed ired. A more desirable location cannot be had in -
of to bet injured, destroyed w lost; and for refusing
aud JWase. Arrive Newnansville
l"
lungs, inviting on that dread Consumption next day II am.
y week from the 15th October U 15th June of be city. and will
., > after demand to mail purchasers get a great bargain as I .
continue between Austria and tclD'veyhe as frequently -
when soothi.i and be Bids for service will be considered
so Healing a remedy can bemi-weckly each and twice a week the residue, iu am determined io elL ,-;
" Prussia, in relation the Germanic Army. obtained aa Dr. Itogers' Syrup uf Livcrtvi-rt and Tar. I first-cists YPllr steamboats, with the privilege of aa the contractor runs, or is concerned ia running I hAn due me W 1851.-52-6i-. an., '55,. many -
coach. steamboat
The Swedish army is to be placed immediately Boware of CounUrfeits and fias Imitations 6815 From New River week.1Aave In Middleburg. 3
on a war footing. Tb geouine article is si-raid AMDREW Roacas, oo back New once River u Wednesday nt 7am 7 Chattahi>mg isill oblige me by calling! rpefddy, !i.
f tbe engagred around each bottle. ; navigation.Fiom and those who do riot intend nre,r ura ble. ca.l .
The Queen of Sardinia Is d ad. wrapper Arrive at MiddK-burg same day 7 disobeying the Post Office law, or the instructions of plc.1Ute
Price. |1 bottle or six bullIes for $5. Sold by p m ; and let me know |o as U> square I L.llJ in nn ex> Ii'.
for
per to earner
Lord John Russell has resigned, and it is Leave Middlclturi Thursday at 7 a m ; HUla October to lt>th June. the department; refusing discharge a "
Those interested
wholesale and retail by HCOVIL & MEAt, pjease attend to tl.in iir.t e-lliu;
the do ir.y ,
to for
when required by department so assigning
bclrcred that a general break up of the BritUh 111 Chartres St.bet. Conti and St Louia. N. 0. Arrive at New River aame day llarlte bv 7 p m. Leave Braiubridge Tuesday Thursday, and the: contract without the assent of Ue\ Post the paper and a favor will I be conferred 1 on me.
6816 From to lust and back
; Cabinet will result therefrom. On the Sole Afren'a for the Southern State, to whom all Gary's week.Fciry Saturday at 2 p m ; maater General ; for running an express U afomaid; THOMAS HAYW AHn. n.J

t Utith nit. be gave in the House of Commons orders and application fur Agoxaea must be ad. Bidders;once a will state: the distance and a Arrive at Apnlaehicola next Wednesday and or for transporting persona or packages conveyingmailnble F.bruj'y10.5 4t 8 i

I explanation of hi* conduct dressed. -, schedule of departures aud arrivals.propose Friday by 4 p m. and Monday by 11 am; mattet out of.th* mall. 1. NoUoe. j

Public feeling in England seems tending Of For sale at all tbe Drugstores in Tallahassee, 6817 From Alligat-r, by Durham uud Oluatefl, to Leave' Apahtchicola Suuday, Tuesday, and 8. The Postmaster General may ordfer aa hxreaJe 1 .
and at one Aeeocv in Town m the South. Thursday at s a m ; route therefor ALL pmoofc ar* forewarned against tradk-f f.
I towards every New River, 46 miles and back once a week. of service on a by allowing a pro role
J : peace. failures February 17,1855. 7 6m Leave Alligator Friday at C a u Arrive at Bainbridgc next days by 6 a m. increase on the contract pay. He may change the botM given by the undersigned ondar
;
Numerous
heavy are reported as Arrive at New River name tIay 10 m From IMh Juan to 15'A OtffJ{". schedule of arrival and departures, ,without increase name of Mnrat and White payable to D. Ladrf or is'. r
Laving occurred at Liverpool, but there is evidently Salt. Leave New River Saturday at 6 aID p ; of pay provided be does not curtail the amount of der tar W39.08 each dated !Norember.. JlfU also :

I considerable exaggeration [nhe re. 150 SACKS eoane and fine Key West Salt ; Arrive at Alligator eatuc Jay by 10 p;m. Leave Bainbrldfe, Tuesday and Saturday at running time. He may also order an focreaM bl f for a certain draft on Brodi. and .tttfol. New

rtL' 1O ueks Liverpool Soil ; 6818 From Alligator' by Buwnnnee Shoals to -I. -1)1 speed be allowing, within the restriction of the law, York, jams date, for "7fl.8', pijrortt of irbkh
I
Landing aud Arrive ut palachico'a: next days by 4 pan ; increase of for the additional draft ha been refused at oar request Tfi, DUS>
for aal rota pay stock
by Dlounl'tf :;6 miles and back a put or
Great Britain had arrivedat Ferry, once a
I The Steamship McUAUOUT A tOND.ee. .eck. Leave Apuuchiuola. Monday at 10 a w, and carriers if any. The contractor may, bowewr in the and draft will not b*paid unless) collected, fv hiw.CATHAHIlfl .
Liverpool from Australia, iithL75OOOO Wednesday at lOp m ; D. MtJIUil'z
. n. 1864. 6l case of increase of speed, lelinquioh the contract by
Sterling in gold. Leave Alligator Fri
BHOWX it SHIM.CY' CiscotA*-The I LIME.BBLS. Arrive at biouut't. Ferry name day by fl pro; and Thursday by 10 p m. doing so to carrying the order into fleet prefers Tbe January 11, 1808. I tfprofeaaiohftl
Leave lilount'B Ferry Saturday at 6 a m Chuttahooehee by
Frura Marianna CrowellCumpbellton.
; 8843 ----
; Urerpool Circular of Meters. Brown & Ship- 50 in fit** order, landing from Mr Acorn Arrive at Alligator earn day Ly 6 p nt. Geneva Ala. Anderson's Mill, the Postmaster service at General rata may decrease also curtail of or diaoootiou oDe J. C. Lt r 4l. --
and for sale pro allowing
: 1 e 7 of the 26th ult. report the ..ton? of the by 6819 From Alligator by White Springs. Jasper Fit- Oeutsville, Almirante, Milton and Flor month's extra tho pay
; Cotton McNAUGHT & ORMOND. IMIeville J f'lIlIiu *. Cherry Lake Hnmbarg l idatoWD, to PetuAColo 200 miles and bock compensation on amount dispensed TENDERS Ide services to 1M eltluis!
Market being doll in with whenever io his the
; a* consequence Newport February 8, 1855. 5 and Cliilon to Mouticello, VO miles and twice a *eek. opiuiou public interests do aad Ita viekihy. In tb, ..rit.
of th, relative to not require the same, or in case be desires to branch
report current on Change, back once a week. Leave Chattahoochee Tuesday and Saturday supersede of to .. He eau be found at all

commercial embarrassment, and quote Fair JUST received per Wm. R. P tti., from New Or Leave Alligator Monday at 2 p m ; at8pna ; it. by a different trade of ttat1llSortat D. time when not pfofe* JooaUy engagmj, at the Ifootf-
*. Payments will ra made for H>e service collections
by cello Hotel
Mobile at 5d, and Middling Mobile at 51d. Arrive at Mooticullo next Wednesday by 9 Arrive at Pensacola next Friday and Tuesday "from drafts
71 bbb Superfine Flout, or on, postmasters, or otherwise JIDlUryl1U6I. |. *m*>, ,- *
The London Money Market wu tighter, pm; by4pan ; after the eipiraUon of each rter--uy in February
80 extra Family Leave Mooticello Thursda at 6 a m and
) ; Leave Pensacola Tuesday Friday at 8 ain
and Cooaols in conteqaenc of Lord John tO Hbda. Side and Sboolden0o Arrive at Alligator next Saturday by 1 p m. May, August, and NoTerubL-r. for New Y rk.
Rustelr resignation had ; 10. The distances ar* given according to the best '
declined and doled bbU. Whiakcj Bids for service will be consid
aeiui-wetliy
at from 01 JS1J.irntun B Lard. ered. Arrive at Cbnttahoochee next Thursday and information; but no increased! pay will be allowed mHE Brig SOUTHER will bay. imiMdiaU

0 Lard ort Sunday by R p in. should they be greater than advertised if the point. JL dispatch for 4ae Abut*port. Forfr, .t -

6620 From Orange Springs, by Morrison's Mills and 6844 From ApalachScoIa by Cbatthonebe, to Co- to be supplied be correctly stated. Bidders must inform orpiu4sappl7t ,

:Wrall I W.IItr JO .- Me* pork" Fort Cratie to Uicanuy| 28 miles and back '!f1 Iambus, Os- and back, once a-week. tbemlelves on this point. 'MiXATJOHT, A ORVI05D.

A creat. many 1samj tnatieea .. beea 15 Srrap New,Yorr. ttfiee a week. .Bidders: will state the distance, name interraedfaft 11. The >Postmaster General is prohibited! by law Newport, Jaa.lt, 185. S ,

., explaioioe the .eri c aqd.a..ilyiat &be Jfrofram Leave Orange Springs Tuesday and Friday at *",and propose a schedale from knowingly making a contract for the transportation -.
LiGoshidutteT.U .
.. tttsd ba a.b11- Sir.t t ty -. 10 "a W'Arri"e 684B' From Marisnea by Orange Hill Vernon Doug- of the mails with any person who ,taU.a.. entered C&afleffton.
Cheese.
*ny topic cf mediMl dcocc U licitfcd mofclbMrratloo _t. boie- Knglieb at Mieanopy same days by 1 fa m ; U svQle, and Knox HilL to Uchm Anna, 64 into, or proposed to euter into, any combination Brif ACORiT.ianoV loasKoftaod will .

,' sad profoo reieutb; aad y.t ph". I Pcn41pl.Phue. Leave Micanopy Tuesday and Friday at 2 miles and back, once t week. to prevent the making of any bid for a mail contract THE* dispatch for the abov.. .. jr.

turns are .ery mtaeb di9idtd fa opinion on tL lubJed. r61r1' BERRT.& -ROWLES. pm ; Leave Marianaa Tboisday at 6 a m; by any other person or person, or who shall have freight evgapraenta! : apply to :

i L I It-mtut U admitMd, kow t
Ii flf expelling & vorau. .d parifjior. body February Ie, UA pm. J -; -Leave Uche Anna Tuesday at 6 a in ; or promised' to cite br rfi'rm"y cottfudVaUon .F Fenrnanr l'-lIU 5. 6

from tbfir -. U of nor valve than the wisetta 6821 From Ocala by Long Swamp, to Adamsville, i- .Aniv' tMirisnnsnaxtdayhy'7pm. whatever, or to do, .or not to do. anything whatever, .._ -

diatui<ioue, *to UM origin. Tb earptoIJhir .eat A GENTLEilAJf AND LADY deairin/ pert!'. 3U taJiet and bock, once a week 1rtd. 1or.IeGIi-wMkI.r service wifl be oesiderro1. -! hi order Io indtlc ahv other person of person not to ,At Private S'alef .?_. _

biLl at letllrlb be uod-Dr. Dr. M'Lan", ermituge neat board, orfor-tfc y'Nr. can by applying imroediatelv Leave Ocala Saturday at 6 a m; a :I bid for a mall contract. Frgilatsptjsslaflto I *- p 0 i'w' .

I' dMbt after.pecik 3 bat a1rudy .u- have .1 large*;and' CtUDLJrt&bLe'tourn 'well Arrive at Adams.vilU same day by ft p m; I Hi& :.llOm W. Wrnton. by Aspen Grow, ia Ab the 28th section of the aet ef lS3,prohibiting com S14; ,

trc4bU cttcr arwai mt-d.-ciaBS, iTs C5eP4- furmaheo, Cau io\ 1&U.alibi, offiQ fur 0 infonuation.Tcbruarv .. Leave AdamsrUlt l FiiJaj. at-8 am "&r".f. ** Bfl* aal ;A, OMe a **el j lioltioni_ tb prttent b'dcfiatf. *t. uu. 4 ."


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v4nq mp1&$ orr 8k e q pur. ArDoi A LylW, TjlULMIAMA.LONO rVT rlrl'ucirfa ntoLfliane4fmm fl Clerk"* TALLAHASEK, FLORIDA, 4 P1SCOVERYOF'TfI} Aq I
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: .4 (' .1 .1. B. OATSftMTU! Ia.t' .o in o- ;
Dealer
t I, We 4rdJIoo.cu&ng jn il*. pr net ice of Law in nnd mr ibc.N/vtbcrn District bT Flondir wbcnin* jlesale and ..Retail i: : .i. that he has refitted Uve Hotel w nortie irit 1f4 rr1': aIe,4t t'

r ir ,* YUTI a General jltPOrtt. They will itttnl 1 th<> Oor*. in th. Middle Cirruit. the Cut? A D -lafil wi' plaiutiifi aaj JJenjarrin Bir.Ladnhii.trato'r a- DRUGSAND.MDICIN8. _S jticella, formerly ktptb* pi.w. bk'hdi'been4Itc4ovbinisi

Jnprerue Courts aria UtoI>i t:1e: ofGoola, JifUdiiic tosrtil ?UU al TallabaMec.C defendant, T bnve levied upon and uill t.ffer fur sale JIJST received, per" Barque ASA Fisn." a frcsb sup- of November.Tb boionw i i iD-tbeIotr.ljiJ) it is falIin off-clean*tL.t.h.'te .

; 'i rtxu irtis/ 'ff tic* opp>'*it the Couit Uon'e. bvf >re the Court-houfe door 10 the city of Tall.Utw .*!***'''* of Drills
pans Octal-er 28, 1854. lyCopartnership >rt the bT'iira'fi.aIe. 'on tlie"5th Jay of MarcunexL e. Fity ami UA! Ware-a gtneral nortnieat of 'fs and VwlT Attae4ieI-aTe6d..s1a&a

s ) t ,; : .: of the JuUyx-ing tail' the fvl o io ('.(*riVil po'petty, t-I" : CuIor .1tru.heaua1 other Pj.iutcM' material where every attention pnid tohM's**. ''T.ma>aa JeeitriuliveAtiwth frvJa
111S F. I S'e21E | N W1.IVIN EI V i S AW Fine To th tu.d hair Jinwhe Lubin's *
jL -.. dtJ-th : Notice. ; Fine' Soap. > *, moderatearmfrmyctter-WTfHn--:WflBUJj:1:: 1flt1 aJ latE
E 4 E i S \V-J. Sec 25, all in Township 2, Ran e I. Extract and a variety of Fancy Article share of custom U tfuliy. eoIioUd. supl e.i
: RE titvlenJf ed Imre iLLs Jy entered into a coL 3 nivj W wmt.iinins 480 less a-id tube trill find thU reftpe' T- i tkie. 4 b j.c _
: DRY (XODS) DRY GOODS ; : acres more or Planters and PLyjJcuiiis always at C. BLESS.
in theWHO1ESE irinZgrstcraucJTTo
; p.iitaeribip K.ld t.> satisfy saij writ of fi-fj. Property'pointed tibllslimwit a fulUuppIy uf every thing needed, and Monticello.. Octoher 2S. 1854. ly r f41 who se ,

1L ) lrs 0(1 AND) RETAIL out by jJcfmdin'. oa the im*t 1beraI I t-nn ndii1et.be

.. itc- E. E. BLACKBURN, IT S MarJul OrJm fn>m the Country promptly filled and sat- AGENCY OF- THE ITNA INSURANCE CO lock off.t ib. RiMe. ,' y'1-a -ne '

; t.VUER THE NAME ASU CTYLK OF FeKS.1835. S till i isfactionnaranteed with regard both to privet and milE undertip l. Agentf'the Ta'CAmptny: st ,

40'i quality. Physicians' prescriptions carefully com- J. will rervivA apptiMtUwa foe end mak SrtintefWf* ati i
$ ile bid
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4.Li'1t' BARNARD & MAXWELL. Sale of Town Lots at Brllrilie. 'r .*i4
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nontxfcd.Alo. against mu' by Fir*, on TWck and 'Fran>, Bmldirtgi fc-ikt, a buttle oftlie. refrratjve.
f.r
4k43 : Gyolt will W pl"ie
ak: part of.4I4'T fey 1 it tb&> old i-Und of }Brtn.ini. I 't on Saturday ihe 3d day ..f March next, iuiinghgal OF BUCHU. January 29, 1853. 4 B. O. LEWIS. and' 111levts 'ailt

? uf the ilnrtar. e>>ni'T if il' iroe h.'iirs, four entire mws oi Towu L"U with "the November 11, 1554. 45 rose LIais-m the
fIonnv
/ fo of all qaitie.I'l&sE Watered aod Gro. trcfti where they \vill keep improvements tla nvn. S.-1J by order of his Ilnnvr JWiules DR. JOHN P. DUVAL. lie tray 'ievenica'v1 tp.-in

FrwcB *V!,h UK! Anicr P* W' o Silks.Wv a full and geuenil aftrtn.ent of articles aprK-rtnirjir"' Baker, Jutl.ru of ihe MidJle Circuit vf Flon i.h%. A" B CLARKE till eye if tbe PVCTSO t -..?.
TALLAHASSEE FLOTtlDA. natural ) .
flcy'dai
wiUJwVi
0 4j % CJbC'.t4. ]B! ek ilo do do to: their line of basWfs, nnd sulicit tbo paUvnage ofthcirfiieods .1* tl.e, pr.-jHrty of Jas. S. Hell, late of Uau.iitoii eiai- and it ,,

Brinrn. BU-cLeJ a&l Cvl "Cmjte Popline, and tie ty drc .aoL f .r lttrilmlion. Teruw, one-tbud cath 91 ER CO A XT TAILOR OFFICE AT TIlE COURT HOUSE. then coiwequence falls beevmes firuJfaj j

A. p. tI IL.11., iPiintd: LWlabee.l public.E. lUnVARIX JR.O. balance at oue and two \ear*. DC VLEK ix lln.\nv MADR CLOTIINU AND Jtnuary2,1S51._ 4 tban jfrry halfiteb.rmsaria1Ih.gh or off. naf ore win If it I'-llftf
irb alflf ol1'uJ.!' Wool aud ? ruaoHpr TUOU11 31AXWELL. A1A1ILDA BULL, AJmV.Feb. ,
(; xrLIMgN's FfRMSIlIXO GoODS. remedy for those who are a rsv
Nails. a* wells
.% t. Y Dit&lrQ 3.iJ aMr% February 1.(4)1S54.( ) 5 lS53. 5-tilsU. ;
;. ;.44 ''iHin. llaij; and Colored -. TOW receiving at the Well known old eland for- -( A A KEGS on band, and for tale low or are bald still all set th propriety-ol '

c4 ? .-t' 19 }* Fancy Twewl, ; Ca inem, A.PERRY AMAKER, S. Marshal's Sale.BY mcrly occupied by Clarke at Stillmnn. a ijmeriila 1UU : nFI1t&ntr.: ly such air application tr the hair and'K !

ks:' 10 K r.Jemm.1 *, CiJlara and IMWsFany virtue of n wiitoffi fa.i-Mjd from the Cit f.' ( f- *Timcnt Superior Ready Made! Cl"tl.ini Fumisliin August 1 9. !!r14. "W AExecutor's itahi.F calculated. to preserve ;It both in a rerfeet and
and Ik7T1T fT IAW (Jood CIth. ('a"irnerl Vr
64.e-1 0* .iiuere.'raack WlUtetfilk ).oee in s. tiLgs, Ac., conijiiHcd -
ot Ui Di'tiiet; CVurtf the Uoitcd Statt &r Edilar tie
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Jn of the follow in articles Notice. on' / K tait
L"M ra1A iuvj ejknj atijG1ures. TALL RASSEE. ILL and for the Northern District of Florid*, wherein I D.mM pr.rt : 1?
&1Iw4. .Tuck, Wlute MK] (Xlorcdlldi.f May 21. 1S. 20 Bi&hkf'l' i* plain iif: and B'.iij.irnn Walter! it iefvn.Jant Fit!*" HI-K-k Dr> Fr<-ck Coats SIX mentis after the uu&IerLiicik Execntor of tb. 1 -

'S. 1V.s : : 31:6! of all pncV Ki J Gloves. 1 Hvr Mu.il and will olf.-r l I.r sn'e'! l Prw D. P. HOLLAND ti1a'n Bu-ine Conts, of fJa-l-wlen; C. de< 'd. will eiitilit ht Prnf. VO 4 ; at*; aaJ LiueuI; >ldck. bilk Mitts and La- t C uit b'. dour in 1'd1I.i. tf. brtWfeti the 'iiriv va < a ti
: Ti_ c2t.tin;, J .Urt Buck. Oloves. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, b 'uis; --f Kll-> on M.-i.ilav e the .Mb day f Mareh ijet, Fancy Citinnre d X do. do. voucher? before tIde Judge of Probate fr faid tt'irF> quite gray, I was i'dr.ted.cn. six ,

I l.. $ }1,14J and PWn r1ui1t: of&IgThgsatI iDsw-tiugs, Quinrr. Florida thr i..I..vii, aia'.erh..I t4I" it U :u k and Colored Cloth Overcoats, County, and apply for a final settlement aud dischargefoai / to make trial of rocr hair r"tcratrr .. 1 fcTe
t1 ub'.Mtiutiiut tc.. ic. ) B.u-k! D..e kin Par.tFaricy ,-. the adminietrallou of said! F.state.DANIEL !Ii.i than two bottlea lot the cray hairs Line
tcgeUJLr The W a.fIc S W i.C&v .'7 in Township} 1 of
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in the Courts of the) Middle Cir penred ami! hair
although has
ir! VTTII.L practice N it.IV c.it.tIui'i'i> icres more ur les nnd Oi.lM C.'i-Mmere T'anta, LU Executor. ; my net full?
Boots antI Shoes.Vouth's 1 I'cuit, and Jackson and Franklin C >untit *. .aid Range be- sold to ,ali fv i'aij! v ritf fi h. Black. J-nd Fancy Silk Veti, October 21, IP.Vt. Cm 42 it* ori-jhsl rnlor. yet the pr'W'n of thange'ia gradnil.1r .
to
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:. : Ortoher C3. 1 P.:%;*. 42 tf Fancy Vtef do. e-jin ? on. anti I hare rtftt hopr* that ,
a .
E. E BLACKHL'K.N, U. S. M r h.d. 4
;%..s ) \JEiS. I., ani & Trnina. lIt). Ci. il.>. Cashmere DR. LEWIS, tirre my heir will bp a* dark as formrtlr. I tat
.. .. aJ WILLIAM SCOTT lv! I*. (C. itIILLT, *. I). M. ? f
Cietf bi'vc'mtch
; ,si "p \\ Lite M.u.&ies do. D. B. RESIDENT'DENTl'ST. 5') gratified a t the hralf hy mwture and Cecr
; e4 ..t2ent 4 C.1E Mev'J a..J I'. 'i 1st 7ToiN:7: rr Feb. 3. IMS. 5 Tt4I of tie )Uir, which {*fore s hari-h and diiUdt
ALSO TALLAHASSEE FLA.Is .
,
'I 1.Iru e Kip fVI'd's avy, Lu cta ed to cense cut a* S-raii r.'v.
Wowica' Kip I' g'b MONTICELLO, FLA. Master in Chancery's Sale. A iiue a'v>rtmo'it of Shirt. Collar. Cravats. P.hck, now inserting Artificial Teeth en the

.. .. 1 July 80. 19. SO tljan iitiiof a Drore in Cbancery, rendered on White p.r d Colored! KI\ I nri'l Silk (!I.>vr self adjn-t- new find irefrovcd principle, wilL lUfpe'c'ifally: (; p,

:, .. MtTc i and Calf B.i.Vina .nI IWotess, BAKER & McIVER BY CJ d.iy c f January 18i5. in a cuu
t LaJirt Ki i Tsep, Hi*Vint and Gait ere, Circi-.il C'i3rt, !-ri'i Eiizib-lli H"iljrrne.Vlr.i.n, I Drawer*. I.n.wn. Fany, Cotti-n. an I Li-le Thread IH"c. oth. r. without scam crack. I Irair n>. plrce for !beImlirm'nt May I. '54.

: .;th a j4 atvtnent Ef 1ies aaJ Children'sG ATTORNEYS AT LAW istratrix. lc:
? ;' .1. TAIJ.AIIASSEE ANDQUINCY, FLORIDA. eil. i I.' vmplninsnt, nnd Hal -vT. IJ-'ck! r. ?!i iifi '4 % hih are offered t, and rita.rrig tJie .rlgl.a'e' o. iit<-i.rof the face. eided FHrftftajr It prrTfn, the fcsir frrm cwr.fcroutprrs'itiigI.aarKl'aifi

4' TT :ILL pra-ticc in tbe Mi-J.I1eaid \\Vtt.-rn Circuit* and t-x-< l2ci' a.huiitiri l rat.'r t of <_*l.ii i..t.j|.!i r B. 5 r'It.. and uarraiited n. good a* oiferid in this Market ?-. n'.to defy detection.! 11; will attend to aO calls in i r cry desirable. Tfci
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) of I'1-ii'Li, aud in tLo CouuUee of Dtcatur and deceased and Alien 1 H.! Felktl and Ciii i-tiaa; ; his i.t if. C ill and examine.Novemtr Middle H'-riila! FT Full Stt. These wi-binfr }'uU few gray hsir I had hare er.tirely diaappearwl, ..,.

A Hats and Caps.i Tbomaf, Ga.BOLUXa are du! .!fants; I will fi'Il at public outcry, tthe 4. 1S54. -14. Settcan obtain nil necerpaiy ii.forniatii-n by letter. Others o| my family lone used it.8nd Concur -wii an

: I BAKE2 A. X. ll'lVKn.TaUaha Iii6-ht bidder, :.t the Comt IH.UKla; tire City < { Taliu !!.? will wariiuit, in evtry iri tarve, ,ati factitin, Ml in jrouourieii5 7t a'l'! it l.r..fe.r.5 {.. fcI1E5RT .

., & i Boy's r.wJ M<,!s '.in net.. 'i'f. Q p.4,:. Y- !Z Drib Weaver Jlit I..gal! h-.ur tie follow ing -si-ril-ed lan.U sit for.
to- : TX month
January 7, 1S5*. 1 after dit; < Ms* ntdorsijrfd'execnfr.r of
Wile a-Wake, 8eal and Now adayV The W 1_ of tb<- S W J ,.SC 18 ; the N W I an S. tl.e ertate of Mil!. # Pultrr. deceased. lite of June 24. ISSi. 25 TOOD'S osaco-AL STXATITX trmiirr
.n-i-
1 flat. of all NEW Y O R K. tie N oi thp SV and W .f .. Thi Liniment w a vsluahl auxiliary tutL
: Hp-Ttinij onalities;, i J, J the S E i.a-'i-i ti.t I inirtoti County, will I < nt hi- final ac/-oui.t and \outLei treatment
1* $ 11 dm. Men'* Black an
.,: Bay's, YnuUi's an Men. Chtti! of :\ sites at! SUCCESSORS TO CENTER .f CO, N EVANS, Ex'r. and Rcinil Dealers in Copper, ion ef the Imig and NiweU. Iy a tbororgii and 4.
Caps pncet, : : : i: A1xl.. fuI..w,' : Ftbriary ? 1 <*.',.". 5 .. ', e otbtscd -
%, ,;; 's, Youth's and Infn'ts, anl GEXERAL COMMISSION 3IERCI1AXTS, lI.e E .( S 1 i ::; the N F ai-I z! j :u Tin, Sheet Iron, Britlaniiii 4 Japauedllxre.. application of tki* Liniment 'orer the- r r ns

I ? -- \.). 2v, VLIi SUP.Ma ..1 iJ1. N \ ul 24. T.ivu1.p :2, Jt.iiz. 2. N : :i Leon Iron Works. i.fth'! e tf-cted organ, the otherwise StDjar /j"
E.: Sud IAI li County Cooking, Parlor and Wood &tovr; scaec' ere at i n'e Uiwrn ed cf more'TUa bait Lrir
Crocker, GUni, and Stoae Ware. IS, 1 \ 'y lviig aiJ IH.IIU in Leii (. .'unly. :.n .
_
C,-iitaTUig t 10re.., ui'rc or li-4. r i ;s-1,. TALLA1IAS.SF.In.OIMDA.: : .-S I t'ST received all trlmrrn-l aad in corcpletvi terrt-r particuTarly among cLildrrn. anti ttcB arH's i-f
: '+ : T?VEttV Article: aeualJy kepi in Ills liue.Saddlrrj. COTTON PLANTER'S' II. .RCIIEEt.Ift.!: T IIIS LV.ioi..mciit! | i i'. IMIW in full ppi-ration. All i '-2 *' ordrr, cf: f t'j" Litest ifiiprt.red patUrn ouJ for mothers,-were they aJlowed ii> *ps&. *rnd! mhh a11
or.lt-rn will !x-alt n'i-'J to with the el nee .>f f elhj >nJ
pn.tr.ptiif.i'S and ? qcr f aff.ttiriither
-'ale rwiuced uov-
W" a. r o :DHI o xa. so. il.4 tt-r iu ChitL.c TV. at price*, antI will dtfy comptttiionf'r
;. February 3, is;.',. 5-tdn a'l wi-ik ii.! .r,.' uiih nea'r.i-r-r.nd ; I All!l kin-I! of w..tk, i.hateam Wi-r!:, Mill; Wf-rk, froratS ,Ieryjaas ,f tltfctb.and rtwtj
BriJlr irartiavlcs. Osrtb (
TILL 111 IS'iEE. FLORIDA House Voik.fr .
.: SADDL'S J Tin (ti-irn;. iuir: Mill. Circular! Siw .M-iel.in. them to their former health and beautv. Again i:
Collar rv.
: : Spur *, lltnru-. Georgia Military Institute.
., Carpet I '-itf'ini' :. l'uk! ?. 1 IIUI CT. l'io,4Lrli, Ca-t'i4. Itra_ Jrit'fln OrnTrentai It.uia { ttcra! GCttPflflZ. K1 be ftBtid a powerful n'txilurv in in.cvirj *lal
; T4l 1I.VAi4.i, IIi jt' BiU,. SUrr'ip Irons and To COTTOX PLANTERS nn/" t\'n nn3 tAr adji'nnri *HE j i: Ev'ith: S. i-iif n of t ti.i.! i In-itiiuti-xi, will Cyr.i i l''ostflig4. .c.; nl-". Su .xr K tt.! of any -Ize. kept Tin; conductii'ir Iip* .'!?tt Zrrx-KlH-t Iftad. Lend i Ia generally tn! ..w !M en Agce CaJre.cr an tLlajftnctt -
-riu- L-ather Cnlf hViut Ac &c.ff
.: I& .1oI \ Countiei /7i/rt-/a ami reoriiai _L inence on the 2i.-ih of t February.ACAJEMIC eo'i'taritly I n ':..nd. All Tri-rk i!'-iit: ini.( -h an 'ttl>- Pipe, Cistern Pump Shop Wtik rf every deaGd?* cf th pjeen. indeed! in ill can where tie ,i-

.. : '\-F.. the uJ.rzi.1; sub-criWr. return to you STAFF. i-ir.j..iit; ml:! lie done bvti*, with a p.irt'uiar: : ri- ardto Lion done! wih;! fltatne11 nnd! d rpfi'/h! t ri.al! apph'cutlvu! is tervior, this IJniavtt wii Le

-, Bonnets. \ : rrj'i't cr.ittful thtriks f--r the vorv liberal COL. A. V. IUZt M\! A. M. nt nnd tlw *'.rcicl': ? nnd! <|iir.ibi.ity s.f the wi.ik. City; and! C'ourtry Merchants wiil find it to their ad- f juud useful. -
&urif.t'n.l.nt
VN A ArUn .t of BnnnsU, Wriatbs atid iu- ptron3ze which has: boen betorv l rjH-n: u*. thr..t.gh ]! Pi..i.-.orof M.ith.-iiaii-, : r.\l'T.SAML'KL, JON l.S. !I ,, ('...flipc ti-rt WOIKIKII>vav3- iu tea hcese to r':t tri vnag.. t*' gi" e them a call! before partLaaicg ele ? OI. 'lVCCD'i TZCLT4aLI MAGIC mr PhIL

;iJ fl iwcrs, it., ic. ynur kinia. i'we we hivc l.e.. a.n'-ie I lu tL.: (.'. S. A. C..taiiii.ji i* J.itit ai C4'fri-, a 11 Pif-t-9-or s t f En: I -.! -: .,. 4:". j where. BUSSIXLLD, Mu > 50, ':?.

I C"lton ztrnj<: \\\y.in and t-Ilin. IJ-i-iti..-* ii this ;i --m.t, .|iiIi' ; )lI.! V. H. MAfJNJT.; Pi-t- r. f F.H.-1. TIM-. -.vill \1o lilwral. an-1 all Tork Jvrc trichr f I X. B. Ail err .ir.'IiTr? art rrnr factcred from Pec?. O.J. WCCD :

: Groceries. r'ty: and \vr a-_ in tli. -i: -uin -:.ijfiatorol.j Hitrv.t.Ml!I. W. II. III'NT. .%. M. lW.r i ii I '"ti. "r ji'v j'tt-d urdm 4'U4'l41.; bii-ir;, -s firri ii. th'* i the ..:rv Lt r..itrri'i a'I warr ueJ uurnble-ar Deer r'ir :-As e hftTecred arid seen vacI 'r aer

lATra Coffee Old Government Java. -t.ri I. and hope that nr: d.ity in th i Ch.-li>r-T\ Mi.l I K/I-I: : '! Lit..ituir ; Mil. J. 15. (JOOUi j'ici-!; Lil ra! j j'riois puid I f--r cM Ii>.u. Ct-j p:r and I III t.tluT will be c-r.l; t-r ste. of ) vi tr Vgitali.. 3a.gie: Lf. Ii., wear

... 0, RIO an perforrnanre of yi.r )bikini 4 lif-retof-ie In* \I.. .-n i WIN. Pr"f ..r..f D.-A.II,' ; CAPT. W.T. P.L\Ci; :. 4 _ prepaid to ree-rnzri.-rd> tL.ni to tie p ublic, ij :-
anl Cruobed Irniv-riHl tniWreon tAll -
S -. >af, Briwii Sajar, ii'uirze.l) a tc 8Lcre 'rir ; -itri.iiie a'l iri1 ,.C.. A--i-t..i.t Pr'.fc---i of \i.itcuaice! CAL'El I* ll.xCAMP. 1 I. tt-r nni t l .'nddri *td (pt psi.I) toJ. j-' ritr to ill thrs, j-rJinfaMJe h tlc curetftis
,d Powder Tea. O *)lien Butter packed in aLR ia tbe future. V,t"v Uftf illv.BIIOOMC. I A-i tn.t 1taL.'r.BOARD ; 3 '1 1. -.I tINE ,t CO., Taluiho r-l. I_ 1'. Babbitt's Poiah in Tin Cans.Ov |
j I zr.: : 12 7 nrtortrd) 14S nti ; li. K L-ath. A. B. IVtn. B. D. Altro. ? Ja.
ppundenc')
1S3-5.: R'e' and IIoll..n I IGiii, ilildra, Poi' ; Or TRUSTLES. ; ._.( ti. Grin ikrrtt. Srtic
1q14. Ru..H
Edward
r .
Gilbtr.
Iii Sh. Lt.c-.rn It. Sxt
DAVID IP.WIN. Pr.>-i.lt.t ; r.nr.Li' J. M.! -D--v- tie e e&'hs. Tvitb fiJI direclinni E.u R. bwfef.Jilw
nic piire&sthat in >
: Can llei J Sh-jf Sriutf! in Ir-111.
FUrch. Can ly. an nn i J New Goods.
!r.r-ft.!
r'_ JiIL- "IIi I %M 11 A. V. 1tt mtLairl i Ci'ccrf. Janies H. Pine Vita
t tiii. vHV for v.-->; printed on each ran. btirr in a unh rp rn 1
Lalfanl wLte l K MU SALE STABUSTALLAIIASSKK.
kladJcm., Powder .
.; in q'mfrr, g. TI HAVE jn-t ivf c- f.' itin f-r rrrii.g.! Ary pT'ot.stJ! -Iron* Jo14rrou % iiLianp, (;. Lfcuii, C'. F rrsr, D
%der anJ Whit ine Vmcar Wilt. IVim. P-.icb
C ]I I. 1. '- r-t Cl ihs C.-i.ic-r. '. \ 4.tnr; ,. j ,. ll\im. Wv. I I'-r{ D VII AKW-, AMX.L.V J. : IJJ)1UL''v i I'i try it will! .leie n-rr.U fen .!ilre in (i letter t-Jmy Landers. -
Annoricau ml CM
aod I ; Ntc
Appl! BranJy, Branjy,
.. 4.1 evrr a.,1 !. 't2.1'. :_n I '% 1.1. I I II I o'-i u., S-CH.ULIV.: it**. er tl r-iu !h S"m? ftien: l iti this p'si'-e. anti 1 wii, ( ricr. \V"ccJ:

.. tar Whisker. j-re.--1 t.i tni' op i'i .o tL.6JJd: t' I (..U'ht TERMS.To.tl'it. _- ; 'PIlE I'r.'priat..r 'ao'1.jiti- f. rwriIne ca?* a nb.v. 1 13 Io4. This ortHe Fmi | Pe.ir Sir :Havine u-ru. and rxvfenerj the ef-

: t : .-ii rc-5 .iwtJi: teinn. ; JV-.ir \ TVa-liir!.jj, 1'.i.i I, Lsa'jt*. Mu-ic; an 1 | firm Infiittida. and the t.tii in '2e f r the Tact hire* vsar.nn'l cives tbeb* t j jif rec: cf. your Y-jretalfe Mac Life PoJsir.rDy; f.wilv.?
., ;L? ( lothinp.GRJCTJ ALSO nil ..iLfr c: lui.i itit lA1I: UC3, Statiuii, of five t ,1, !. hta r. t.r.itliii : Bjiti-if ii.'i i ti, ail v Live net 'vftb it. Als >. Snycr J I will aj that n* a fnrnily i'-'eLdi.. rley Cubbur Srnli'ed
Z11 '. :: VMan J colured Cloii Frt-cV anJ Dres A Lt2.t AMvntL sntncrrn STOCK or in'-i'.I.-. i'i ahaicc.I 112 1 } i". J l.tI j !:;ri.i. j Hiik I StaKUs.! at the Id s'an.I. ui.d i Hv (.jkC'nat' fc'i: Soao I\-wder Cn'lile Sosp. ij t.K> bfphly. I have ts-f ttrm! m severnl b'fI'i'jfi -

ir' Gmlen-.fu aolyred Tweed Frock S-uk j janl READY-MADE CLOTHING It nrtv l 1m t" *t 'I i- I LiJf Frc k CMt6. Orerer-Ats of all! kitvli. with aa j jof ;jir.'pti I 11': ;il- i h.i* atuiCi.d ti 'i.i:, Stublf- tci"1 1 ;;:.iti j GJ i ii ctoer virtue caanot be too bid! :Ir aj ri. ii.ttJ. for in every
C.-nir.ii.l.iiit: ; J..tita. tl.at he !fuji !.< ..-j-t'-l (li.e I rms in potJ pupers a case, cr packaD. -
r s$1'riU.Mzt Veil*. PanU, Sbirts, Drawers, CoUars, C's t.tit : I v.-ry arii.-iit hf.r xintirtc1 j jij 'uilli) fsl.'ip. nl.i'iihe will l.ave I'nt'f' all klc-i-1; fPltit.tini cr.e they 1ive epeeJL'j'trlli.} I Id over di'* tt. a JlIu
'.1, .*. a< Ci<* ks. T.1tia', Cunt*, Vct;, l'ti! nod CVrriatrt.v.rk.. T. BAE31TT.Nos. : ti"e I fee! b d ty K> ;rhl rrct'nrrin.ti.em t-' all.TI.ey .
--ii':4. Il gr.rjatt'I!: ut %V-t I'.izL ill at
Mai b* di-ji; ed t'fat low pri.'i*. j ji in the beat IIIIU.IHT: md witl. r.r.'l optr.-i'e pfrlcctly j'odirc'g to ctifMTt"iat
very j roniptuces 3 tt 70 TTtiliiigti'ti rifeet, New Torlr.Flrairy .a.y !
hi ri that I.-t'tutic*; fioi.i l >i larre l lot of Plai.i and Sl.irt ;
Hardware. A.o.i a Fay Colhir; j .1itteli. pn. vet their operation iW tlH.'rtnji;! ; iud I **a
ISO. 5 8m
i.oi'Tvith ti"! l.vln- r c S Uo'Jmijirte. Cravat, St-K-ks, Hosiery. Ac.. A.J. iTlio ar''fird that n-.tl.ine in cajwsi ii i ,
T'VERU41ING usually! kept In tUs !j>.. Novaaiit3. 1"3. 44 nit-re m at OT SMn -
.4 ': Ji:: .e detirin a tirl.u4I! out Ct will eoii-u't tlnirowu ) 4 f the Uiiited St.-! ilil.tfiry Aeadf'iiV. U. S. Marshal's Sale. th. 3 ;be*.' vaJu ble pills. U .> iH>na a speedy i >lriL.ir.pLuut
l, The Tiuteiluver<'C .ritly appiopriated :a FiitTieiitMIUI Notice.IX
iuteret by Diving; ni a call as all thji' Ae'rtic' ;; cure.
t-> eonijilttu ;it on.-e, the Lil budJio: and I viitn* of a writ c.ffl fnjiel i from the CTerk's
bare elected with care.nnd ratory rnofitl. aftir dut! *", the iin.Ierr.ed adnf.ii.i-
: <- >en great ; with ; BY KespectfL"y Ycrr. Jr.
DouV.le Barrel Got*. T ryiof !ro. al-'i! tit ui2} fui I.iis the Il of the District Court of the United States
to ( < !
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; GU53- a t 5O. ALSO a citoual aMwrtutcot o JOHN PllATOIilUS. V*e have: accoiunuiltttjoui ft/r one hundred n1 1 tLir- !r.ef J<-'fi rs n Critv, Florida. will (irif.-nt !hii final in *ud fur th.f Xi'tthern Iitnct of FIt>ridn. whrenDariiel O Jl WOOD CO.Froprletcry. .

f Bt.mitb TuB. O-tiIr21.lsi1.: : 42: yC.iJ.-t.. ?i t'iif: and v .ii 'hts to tlw I Ihn. Thonin) J. Cl-a) "c. liradwcll! i 1' pajr.tifand! Join F.*rrir vj and 6P5 Tc.&.

.. : October 21, USl. 42 i I'ers-'iis deMrinj further inroruution.'an ol/a'ii a Jii-I-!.:e if Pn-btite fj- ?;ii'l Ciurtynd ifk t.i l..* ili.. I5ujuninVaUns kie trfrntlpptq.1 l hare levird uponami a 114 JIarttt Brosilway.Nrw! Str tt. S'w L-t.5
% --- - --- New GoodScr'Goods! opy of the Uc iihitivin by a'Mr, s-in: tI.. Snjx iia- cIr.l. W.M. li. 1VAItI. AdmY.r w ill! offer f--r *ile before the Court b 'ci>e dexr ic P. H. Ames !
Gadsden Ti\-l'olltcU Slie.BY AgtctTalsJ..rsiie.Pa.
I'v., p > ., or any memU-r "I| the B ard a.f Trufe.:*. 'I%(.,i.f I 11.I 1F54. 6ia 45 the city ill Tallahassee! rvtweeri the n"tr ot sale. on F bV 10. 1S. S
J; firtus of ibe rx wtr vte-l i in me by law I hall OF.TTON i WHITAKEIl are receiving rvi bii, "ASDilEW J.HANaELL, ttAttarj.Marietta Monday the 5lh day of March iextthe, fallowing de-

...v .a' : *\ .* f r uU b'Jftre thi Court Hav door at JL3 E Keuiin tnii. a gentr.!! asaortojent t>f (Juodi, in (ta. Jan. lio.. Beeswax Beeswax xrribed preq.rtv to-wit: Notice.

) Q.iiivQiI.in jtr, on the icoo-l M'uHav in I'iII an-1 Winter ttyle vu: .lalnlfir% jf.I l lS.. The l.-t Xo. fi and! X 4 of lot Xo. 5 of Sec 23 in
; 4 IHack French L) H-ikin; Ii.h Linn.DrchdHtrl ANTED" am qu i.titv fr (-a-h i r !rnio. I v Alt I-tr-s, eti.d: to iia.r: :
Mar h"nett the foH'/winaf detcnbftd lands or s-i fi.ucbthtreof Township 1 of Range 2 Nand W.containing 120 aen- ,
1LI as iil py the Sta? nn-I C'.ur ty taXCi du-; Fey Frn -h C4 *'uner s, IJt'n Domestics, Cheap Gooda.rPHK BkltllY; 110WLES more or less and to tc tu>M t., satifv said writ of fi fa, : rE.th4'y-.qse; kt'CSpte.i tn tie itAtl St
L' () 4 UlitaU-.l. JIil rdat, of MaJwon
.: Ih.te.t for the. ar. 1W2' ami' H5t. an-I the Fancy Tweeds, Damatk Skirt iuz : V P. HT.Af'VT'T'nV it U.r t,.! County, FWI.,
; y cxp'u I I Siilwriberu (in' mpl.vtJ eea' d. are hereby"notified exl'.ilit thtir sad
ted to
*,, }d'tmt tl>*T V ta.wtt; E: git butKJred and < v.nty Kentucky Jvahs.Plai A' 4fl FlanneU? Notice.OX By L. C Df MiLLr, a. D. ir.1SSS. elaiir-s
hucli in t'lt it demand
) .
i within
i -
1 Lne Carolina a new nrrati 'inmt two year? from the date fcerfcf to tie'
s, Stripes, -
4 ai-eaAIn.I, hiri and Itn in tLo C.'jn'y ofOalUJwi ) Feb. 3. -tis!
c- :*. land? Printed Flannels, Mat iiu r* do SJs3i55CBt2 s. }Iti.ma: | ; a< nta5.es it ncsary tof the 25th of February next, we will apply to under-r'ned.pr the* same Kill be barred; and all ftf
vI FlAt ui.ii.;; beLngin to Jvbn 1f'raiI) Opera do Crtfolilltt PlMllS? tli.i'i. '> tliMijiriMmit; stoek nf I' ether'. fT Cretk. nuin in n-A krwiwu bjt kaowntht of ovl of Wntrhe ot ik-erip- "Maiianna. for leave sell!! make in > w*t* ti..A'J .
Blue Denim* CHI it oi, Flannel a ulply| every Court of Florida at to firirent
ia' i virtue of the vested in law 1 .
A'iwi! I nrt-1. to b l to John me by ;
'S purport Florida."JAMF.S? og Drills, Bed DlaliktU. tioii. Jr-wrliy. I Tani-y n!l. ( 'iii I.r,. (I Jiiiw, Plated Laud Warrant Ne'. 2Lt.: Led to Jacob Yeaity on BY for sale power before the Cnui-t House dour e ( L. illLLER! A'dmrBrsffator.
T. J. THoof Lv-n C. '
> expose
.. .4ity. Ware and iiiinen, i.t her .rti.lr-', -a hib tI'.v pdr'e! MC.ItMad.Cociv..1S44. jiu
Calic/ Dine. Hi-diCr'n Dluiik'U _7ti; Jlarch. IMI. jflviCrd
H. SMITH. Faacy nt Madison on the sec' nd Monday in April! next tie
: i PriPrUited Notrro Hliinket. tienit! &.Sve Eniflixh follow- deccribed! land mrh thereof *
TiQ
Tar Awt CvUtct Velvets White (te inia Kejsey, prieec. TOWLE AMVKKS.. JACOB YIAHTY, the State and due thereon .
tax f Mrtb 'Vv
: 4- ; Qihey.- iVcw.rx-r 1S tM 49 .VkK>itcJ HoFK-ry Geurgia I'kius, April I.*.. IT.I. ISCarriages. JAMES V I-A ItTR. G uarjian of llartlia.t.ii pay Ifc54 :.nd thw fipen county e incident thereto towit: 'Ihv r SIX months after data Isbtll pret ct ry final as-

OmaV/urp. It'ith, Jus.i! &i Catherine Yearly.P'r arid vouchers to tbe Judge of Probate 1ilailison
Heavy Xiftli half of the Xorthwi
: : For 8 ale. gt quarter bf section twenty,
Buggies, and Harness Ci-'nnty as AJciinutratrix itb Lfcs ill
Meriuo Shirts, C. C. YoK'j*, Att'y.Jt in North saaneTed. -
.4 totvr&blp one .
.. small Fnrr h W-Vulla Coanty, .r.ntaiir.g -T Range seven East.purprcliugto of Levi Drew and ask to be fr
"- -- : FOUR I' 4 Draw., For Sale by P. P.. RrokaiftubrcriScr J-nvrv, 2.). __ 4! belong to Jobn Patterson. disthargsd :
:. -. < ) are t ervi-h with good dwellings anJ out *. Towtl*, aid administration.
;. *.. $ Ibis office.Otober Napkin hu, t ived aVery To the Old Settlers of Florida. ROBERT McKlXXT,
pt.- _. IW-HM on $th" *in''. Enquire at Setitch Din t: jn' ni MARGARET DREW A&nhHtnkkQftAbcr .
per. 1' Tar Assessor and Collector for Madicwi County.OinLwr
L II. I IMI. 41QT.O ;: .tr u .u1.1.iy| of t ai i iair: t-<>. It'i late of the General Land 14. 1854. 6m 41
iiliI2. llciri'c.
All o.Tcie 1 ut the lowcht piic<-i f or cnh or approved V 14. 1H..4. Elm 41 _
: gie*. and Hditiefhich he t-tfers fi.ro ]
::4 --i---- -- credit nt the Store one du>>r north MC&MB. HoJgkibs OlKcc pud Pin-i<.n Orliec, Washington I). C, will
Fale .i Sh- !n-'-t ie.i<--n: b'.e lt is.oeR.iwr Noti e e.O .
x Lc. NJ *
Florida finedXcnnalion
?U Wines, Syrups, i Scott.OcL7. Mttnd I pnnnptlv to nil claims under A r
i. .>. lb. Ib.51. JC Acts of 1842 mid 1848. IVrsoin who N the 2Kb February I win ? to Hco.
Warcestcrsht're Banca 1M4. 40 ( ( nest. spy
', I. Otr1 DranJy, months after date. I hall present as rmts
.- werei-ettler'a U-r the mid Act of 1842 and) SIX my J. J. Western Circuit in Msrv
: :
# Yt Fresh Ibster ni' hittingconipliil Fmhry.JuuEjeof ,
b 1.1 11.vrt, vouchers to the IJi>n. Juke of Prer ate fcri -
'4 Shad. Glass, Oils, Vi bite Lead, &c. Notice. with tl.e: reqr.innieiit* t1iai ii.f. have: not re- Ron,. for' lea\e to ecll! fi-llewing dercriIed I lands, be-
ahI M4.irn1 ffeifti County, as late hhoriff and Mdniir.ietiator exfiioii
: Clam BOXES Window Glass, u *orted ,izc ceir'cd lie! l'nr\TH for their bind* can have them obtained !cngir to the etafe of Kerreii Oav. t"-wit:
Sherry, *, | C\C\ TUNNO. PINCKNF.Y A a.f the estate llerry" Grat>tbam, iTcccneed.liite
I f. mV Pfrt lUllibut JL VfJ 100 kegsVIiite Lead, ,extra it No. 1, rpIIE cojmtiK l.ipof or attended to by the subscriber. The E 1 of the N K J. and Ef of S E J cf See T ;
i'T:1: ? I/> nB'cMeb r. ; pure \, CO. haviug bveu dlaavlvtil, buUciibcr wilicuu- i>fp;>id County, and a=k U be irrschart'wl from said
Ale, Fardines, 2 barrels Linked Oil, tinue the .\l8o claims prosecuted fur Pensions. Bounty T.an.Is. !niiniBtra-ion. DANIEL I T. l.IXUO. also N E i. and E i of S E i. antiS W 4cfNKI.

.. _, :: Brandy 1'etrhf Tomato Eatrhnp, 6 Lard Oil, FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION! BFSIXESSon Snip, Back 1'uy, ito, tie., mi the most reasonable September 1C. IPS I. 37 Cm and.. S E J of X W 4 and N :E :J of S W J.and N W i

S Brandy Cherries, Walnut 10 Kiga Zinc Prtitit, tcrmi .fSE4OfSCCISiinISE4ofSV,15ee19andthat
_w OauviC: Jelly Spites, 20 pIck4.N Fin-proof Paint, (bhls. and i bbls.) his own aewiat.: It. (i. PIXCKNEV. Jr. RtFEHEXCES.Hon. Blacksmithing.VTTACHED portion of land on East side of tl.e Cbipols liver,

CtrrxnL Pickles, J bnrrc's' Train Oil, I bbl. Cup&l Vnruith, Oilico, Noam COMUF.HIIAL Wuxnr. LEWI ('Ac., U. S. Senate, t > embraced in W J of X E 4. and W | of S B 1 Sec 7! ;
< Livery
: 4 : Trwervod Quinc, Rnupberrr Syrup, Spirits Turitcatine in bands and at retml.D. JIM**, Cof.i-nt I: i Blacksmith! my Shop! all of Range 9. Town. 2 ; btin and lying iu CaUwiA

P arii, Strawberry; 11.AMES. REFEP.CNCr.H.IXCIUUAV : JOHN Wils'-' (. Wa hinjton, D. C 'in width all kit ds of wojb spy County, FU>ruio.
Lemon NovemHcr 11.1P5I. 46 i Wenn. Jonv Pn t Ct>., ELIZABETH GAY, aJmtnittratiix at_
Gingor. vsta
MF.IKUI1Wa
Address 7Vw1'a.d, JULIUS E taming to that business is done in good style, nt short
SatkTh.1ftt1flA, Ginj'r ("Joiuniv; Mmrtfs! A. C U. C.
: ntit.tall.1 reasonable
>hingtcn on aa tenns as at any other
..4, g Flavorinj : Kxtracts, I'm* Ap\1 Bounty Land Warrants, 'J, 1 lf."jj.: S5 I tl I OoN.ber21.lR31.! Cm 42 shop HI the city. Farming implements fivh as Tnrn January 20,183S. 4t I

% 44 ? inih)1iyeu, Halad Oi), M THOUGHT at the fi %liti>l prire, and procnr11 i Ploughs, ScHitcrs. Bo>U. devices. Heel Pine, Tap New Fall anci Winter oda.

r nnglich MustirJ, j. J3 e-l for tboce, who have not been alP! toespj STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS, Notice.TX Hinrrj nii.1 Iron \WWs kent remlr made anti constantly -

Claret, fiparklm? Cider, li'MbHli ibcir clninis If any have received a 1 A T itw1'ouT. monlln after date, tlx'nudiTfijjiicd.administraUTnf on band. This will afford farmers an opportunity ;

.g p' ; Tobee". Old Port Juice, Ices imwnint than they were entitled to, let me know r"MIE undersigned) stillearries on tic aliovcbu'ine'a.L s,_ (lie estate of Eli ha McDaniel. decea5ed. to supply themselves without being deavd.P. DA VTJ) C. WILSON

Havana jear; D'IL AM.. it. Havinpbad focrfrcn years expeiii-noe in the prosecution in nil its bnuit-h-'S. Buildings well calculated; f.'rdespacUnr late'of Leon County, will r>r<-#<-tit his fiuuluccnuutaud K BIlOkAW. TS now receiving from tbe brijra Remington, TTssis,

) 45 nnd tattling of <> %IKJ tlirKrlmrged.IIIXTOX January 13, 185& 2 s .. .1. sa and other Liii nettal supply of FUs"1.

stand fully the ays anil means of getting through the Newport,, Sopten.bor 2, 1351. 85 J. ScUNDERS. A Negroes for Salo.J / variwr*. D* >nt'nt Washington. 1 have in were by
Iands/.and partnM my D -emVr 0.1815.:_. 46 6ct NEW BUSINESS, ALLIGATOR, FLA.r1IIE NSlw 'sork. and nurehaied on ths meat favctIb

'JIK Subscriber offm f-r sale his plantation, near I.rnsev.sis1 10 Georgia rcurd, brides evidence Smith of 2AA Carolina Floridt nrnl, 87) Teins'c Alabnnia, Curled Hair Mattrasses. Hides Wanted. undersigned have engaged in a henty goods term< many'of them'at redoceil, prices, wbich will SB-

J. the JtaciuaIuver, and ,on the St. Augustine Mneter Rolls of evgzgtd l in the Ilorbla War. received, on mn..ipiment, a lot of fin<\ cnrh"! _l. and Coinniission bn inew. Having tbeir own aTe him wipply bis-ctistorn ere and sfl trio s'

; it4 road ; the tract CvBtalos about 1460 acres. AlaoSG If have persons Quarter Master, Pension I JUST njaltri *-o d>nibl<> or ?mil. things l lIT :- A A A Dry or Sail Hid a'ao otter and Deere moans of lawl trnnspoitntion. they intend kepit% favour bins wtb a. call. either for cash or

; Negroes, mostly younjc .iiesroen. 24 woi kers among. >mi Claims any call in. No charge if I obtain or no BnuvtyLand hot weather, which we \\ill iel! lu\v to very cl so.I _) \ i\\) SLins, for which the highest market price ennstnntly on hand a stock .of Heavy Goods', whi.%ti creilit. at prices certainly as low, if not hettli50
i't tWn. A liberal credit wilt b given on the lie 0. H. HLOOD.money. ). LAUD. will \\Hf nail by D. C. WILSON.Oclolicr they mean to ell at sneh ices a* will leave no iii-- bonse in thjsicity. They iu part consist

r Tt>es. Iwill aUo dispose of tbspruviiom..Mtrea N. 11. Persons with unsettled hostnera with bim elf New P'itiuly 13,1S51.:; ; 28 1.1. l$34. 41 ducement to Pknters to go east of th:* for retail sup Fan y 4 stapie Pfy Goods/Stationery. V
anl Plantation.tools if tbe pun-baser, nhonld detir f
a : plies. 4.- Boots and feboiwv Drigimcl Fr'
pa ,J Ail KSR.: TUCK Ell.D'ff.23 or A. Richardson are invited lo call without delay) FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. V
i te'n. They will also' trnke the wnal rash advances on hardware '
at office (over Messrs. Bettou <& Whkaker's Store,)
MILES NASH
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1861. tf 51 in Ttillahiissee my Fla. 6t CO. GPiOWTII OF 1554.RUT CottOil,and shp the some tethc tbrufcs in Chiti Ie# Hollow \Var ,

NneynbcrIlI54. 45 6m Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., A 15a'a( Flat Turnip, Cabbage, Beets .Ir.just ton, Savannah or- New York* end itansport Uth runi Crcc; tIT ou4Claia"K" 4orvceriee. & .'

TJ Administrator's NolIce. -. IL AMEiis-, Planters' Gins when dct-ired. '4I ; tj(, n1iin.t c. ; $ '
,.P
"" inform their fiindt and the pnblic. that j/ f ., ,
AI.L personiu4 lt l to. be e.tmteof John V: Horse Mills. WOULD ou hand a g'itI iit'itnu-nt 4.1 scrhartiee January 13. l I55. ,"i 2-;; '- .- tr JEFFREYS A. CO. TWrnetii R r Oloiii.j PaIzt OUR, 11..t

XJL iVuwirxter, deceased,arc requested to mnko imneoiato undersigned- niamiucturp, at their simp near << ataro generally kept in their line of biiiiiK-sx, Alligator. Dec. 1G. 1331., &0 Sin ? ; .

r JI payment, to tUa.iindunugnod, *0(1 l Uuwu havruf T -ntre\ille, Leon County, n very superior IIiir e mid will ho receiving regularly .iesb supplies. Their New Boot and Shoe Store. BUGGIES and i.RItI.GEHARNESS Mary \\VaKea, ) ,Leoa Circuit Conr!>- ,la '

; / claius agn'mst iba estate aro required to'' present Mill, which will grind Fifty Dusln-1* of Coin p, r duv.Tlie'y erm shull lw rua: *>nab) !<*. '!lI E undersicred, tr.kc pleasure in informing '** TS. ,"}' V
TO MATCH t -cerv.
jc within the time! nrescribed by law, or this notice Talbbaxsee ) 1853. t V
them "
1 rauted the beet Mills in AptilVth. 14 L
; t wir are wai ns ever put up elMo'mrrs! and friends of J.bnLercli, received and constantly coming a Upe as- James Wasres.T V 'Bnit for pjirrcft. ,
in bar
ill l) pktit4 recovcr' the .>uih. Farmers will find them just the thing* have bought out TUST tb Owrt, that
I lUDSON MUSE. Admr. o nnd the public generally that they p s.f Saddles Bridles and] Vajitjnfraletof all appearing tW MatMictna of
; Adm'x. for Plantnli, as the arne band that i* useil fur Gins Plants, Flowers. Evergreens, &e- his B Mt and Shoe) 8t"re. ami are ready to make tintbe'Li'St kinds ; Trunks of every descxiptwnC.xripgi.Tiirn- .lib.e tbo's Mmi dl4syIdauJauecwsgq.'TeaidgtI:, *

: b ".g 1S5 2 St.i Hiisver for the Mill. IYi* n wii-hiug t<, see them in ROIJEUT CIIIVEKS ol Foiett Niiiry, ClmMa- kind of work in their line. All who wi hnny mings. Axles anti Sprints, HuLb,;Crr|*gew*.
,, Jsauar) I 3, ipeatii.n| can I lie giiitified by eallinjj at either Capt. liegs leave to inform the citterw of woik done vilP do well to call. They warrant 13ols from li to 7 inches long;* String lemthfr. Calf on the facts in said bill a.ths 1s' Tt.d

; -i; Lester's or Dr. Bradfurd's. Letters addrcsaed to Centrevlllo'will 1'alhihiM: e unit \ieinity. that he has taken thariro of their oik to be made as well as can be. done anywhere and Lining Skins, Buffalo Uobcsv wktt,, ew njore of day of May. A. P.. 1855 -Providt3: mt'atW its

Admli5istlrator'B Npticc. meet- with piompt ulti-nhii'n. Guv. Brown's, Gardiii fur the purpose of etublih'u elfv< 'T1>ey 'have on hand the best kind of tbt.se Whips left yet. ,'\ n e.L .2 this order beTallabsotice thi

', lUnlttrnicned.haTWg' qqalified as A dmini*!'ra- POPE 4 RpSSEAU. in tl.ii place a Nurst-ry. of l'\rct and OnianuntalTrw8. French nlf-skin ami Eraclifh Sole! Leather, and offer All of the above for sale cb'eap M the timsa will ft ( [

rp toi Je bnias non in the tkMIfi3IS:: ) 11bjti. Ikc.16,188. : ftQ 3m Evergreen*. GrapeVines, lUftuberriei Strawlierries. their woikas cbi-apas possible for ensh.ii aditilt.'p D.E.iItW4k1)eeernber jLC 4.

4zttr, dsraaitd (gvss iotsis U lliodelite
# tote to make >iBxli
.abi* sgbt tlii eflal* to br'effni tlfem t ilb'uOr > ALLpcrsous, creditors, Icgatcr witfclcJ 1 t China jn-r Brig Ilen/iuEtuu, and expects another lot NqUco.,5''I & s.bo.l85&-.!: b3Tt 4.

- tij'pmiVeI'&t' **, this'oolici will bop1d lptct'"ki iiiUnited in the EeUte of enon. His Plant, Fruit and Flowws are imported I Joek.ei Circuit Con*. \FdUTtrm.1851.Edwin Person having demand against ih X tBfi ef ..p V IV 5 --I 'V
late of Jcfl'eiaon County. .Fkrida dc. fr<>m Japan anri Chioa. aud be ALL .!.QI.W' & I )'I VVrQIXimesthsafta1Ms'ld -
MbktIi4r-teveTT. JiihiVJptna", directly may relied upon C. Estes, ) 3. Sibley/ deceased late of OadsdonConnty it $ t i r : .
IflYON WSE,4d'nr. ecasod *relitrtby notified tJ J exhibit tntlr cluiui* and M genuine. ,4-Ord.'s sent to him will/recrive 'i.v {a Atlaebment for ?6l' '25-100. Florida aru hereby nflfl d .M pwa ilbe IIIISSUPIMII

I .2 ; I__ Iciii&Md within two ycar. frgnu this iIat e. 1o -WilliiimHudJ.iny.ngeiitatX"iiticell" prompt, atUntioa and evt-ryilunjf picked, wfeh care Robert McKinstry. J earns to tba Adminiktratrix withiu tli tini4 pr.affrib.J and *oaeb.iEtq tbI4UdP'V

a -.- <>rlb siimeTrill be fur transportation. Il is air.u.Lis purpvss to.keep by i1E'efrn4snts an'I all other interested, will take by law or this noiic. will be pV UatJbcr.iB: >re4f ; County;Pl.tW ,*airf 0*U' -.ppIili *f Y

c4$ tarrej ; Hid all pcraios ?imltVted to tbe said deceased.rereqyeU bis'Foresl.,3isery at ChaUHuuoeii* .antl all orders T notice of the inMitmon of the above suit, and appear and all thoM iudoliUd $lo saul E ta( wiUpIeaMoUkenavmentimmediately. tfcataj. a ;Adaslnartfatrirolot Oi'1' S

;, ) rg bcetings,814ra ic. l\QaVnke pKyn nt to my akl a 'e'ut wbu from the North or Europe fur Forest Trees, PLints.SUtodsf and plead to the declaration filed in Mid case. at< .- .ff Jdfcra iOnuJ deAa *tr .

kt ngfr6tfl muwn arrn-rji. is fully, utkorix to M.lU| the said estate,. r Barubbcry, 4a, vill'inMrt. iU> pr
: McNAUOliyi t 6 ( III ( t : tKOBBRT: qUIERS. ; 8 51 *
iI Di.r.14,1E 1 E1.$ vo- 3nl January Gib, ls. Sia 1




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