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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: March 10, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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!! :-BY DYKE & WiLLIA.MS. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA- -- ., MARCH, 10 1855 : : it


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. From the Lady's Companion. if you desiro it,'but it will bo oUaelelll8r- is God and in the efficacy of prayer, then and ment he left that room fa this city to tbis, he rine, a flourishing ge on the banks of the f t tI

THE UJSWELCOiLK PltEACIIER.BT uot the ono we wanted. there settled down, into & substance upon. never entered it again. It was enough,(or St. Johns. It was thought by some to,have I '
r. The-poor,joung man could hear no more; which time has made no ilUfireBs on.. Thirty- I him" to-say that he saw in that .room what been imposed on a couple of trees bromjty' t : : ; tj
r *.K1. D. UC8TON.fa he crepl from the porch "|mo t blind with mortification one years of toil aud change have passed over would prevent an.honest man from over entering fro.ik China and planted here. Its true origin It

the full of 1823, the Methodists of a ,/The thought! that he was to remain him since that sweet Sabbath ; the vicissitudes again. As to whom he saw there their i is, )tyowever;as little known, as its remedy.

Yirtiin town in Kentucky concluded that will .a people \\uo considered him a tolerated of an Itinerants life have led him, names would never be divulged by hini- Lake the weevil iu the Northern and Western

f \wj were able, though but twenty-two in burden-that; every mouthful he,ate through heat and cold, by night and day, from S C C wheat fields, nothing can stay its progress :

r Wnber, to support preacher by themselves.'Accordingly was to bo a charity-that he 'was to 1 bo a one end of Kentucky to the other, till In July last a grand lodge was organized, until it has run its appointed cchsmut, will l

they wrote to the conference, young and healthy mendicant-sickened He is known to every star. called a grand council. Go to New York probably di requesting the Bishop to'make a station ofthiir him And every wind that Llowd.1 and you find the grand president-J. W. Twice, during the last hundred'y ears, has the i -

, village.! But, considering t their want of Ho was lying in wait as the bishop. sal'icd'! Forms then unknown, afterwards became Barker occupying a power in the State equalto orange in the Mediterranean and South }:u. i;

numerical nnd financial strength, it was forth, nnd, drawing him to the pot j where they dear as l.fe and then perished from his sight; a monarch ; and this grand president lone rope been similarly attacked. And the hope I-
'deemed all important' ? thnt tho minister sent were blu'ltt'rcd from observation, he) burst into I 46 sickness and sorrow, pain and death" have appoints one deputy in each county ; and what that here, as in Europe, the insect will pass / "

should bu a man of ,popular talents. Be- tears, exclaiming, 0, Hishop, I cannot j' left their scars upon his form and heart, but sort of a man will this deputy he ? Why, a away, still continues to cheer the Florida '
bause: unless he could command, admiration stay; I heard what passed iu the room, and I nothing has ever shaken his confidence in the second st-K And what does this deputy do II f fHe Orange grower, and he awaits the happy moment t

and conciliate the favor: of the |people, indeed you must release me." I God that answers prayer. The memory of I is armed with the power to create as many to renew his operation with renewed

\there was danger of failing to support !him. Can you get your horse and ride a little : that bright morning is as fresh beneath his lodges in the towns of the State as he plco&es.Ho Mgor. ) .
They therefore, n&kiul for a biother J(hn. way with mo i" gray hairs; as it was beneath his locks of jet. J selects nine men as the nucleus of these Had it not been for this calamity,the beautiful ; .j

c?i'onut that time one of the most popular This he did with alacrity,-glad of even an Like trampled chamomilc, the virtues of his lodges, to establish them ; thin second self ofJ. banks of the St Johns, now mostly a J

and effective minis'ers in that: State-and hour's respite from his painful positior. spirit took deeper root fur being bruised, and \v. Barker selectstlieseiiincmnenand these wilderness, would probably, by this time, have : .

made the getting of that particular man the After tiding a few miles) they turned off Shed a perfume that has \vectcned life's at- nine men select threw delegates to the grand been studded with villas, and fringed wjth

condition upon which they wished to becomea into the woods, and dismounting by a fallen mo'phure ever since. council, to make nominations and oaths to I orange groves,and thus they will be A hen the I

t&tofl. To them it was clear, that the tree, engaged in solemn and importunate For four weeks very little else was atten. bind body and soul of the innocent membersof r orange can again be successfully cultivated. (

drs'inics of Methodism, if not ot Christianity prayer-prayer for light and help in that dark ded to but the revival. Stores and shops the order. These officers are thus the creatures -I With the extraordinary facilities for a market

I itself, in that particular region, depended upon ;. and trying hour. Then, taking the hand of were closed during the hours of worship, of one mau-J antes \\. Barker-in New i which Florida will soon possess, there can be |

having the man they wanted that veryyear. hill) companion: the bishop turned upon him a which occurred twice, and often three limes York. little danger of the supply exceeding the (he.

It was thought advisable, however. to look of love, which none but a strong, stern a day. At one of the meetings held in a private Theseo1.h.tes are to remain PS mand. .
ration brother Johnson elsewhere. heart can fecl.so deep and 'genuine was it, house, (where the venerable John Little. such three years. Two hundred lodges send An orange grove of common sized trees will i

There was in the conference at the. lime, a so full serious couccin and earnest sym John was present,) a call was made: for those thus ((500; men to this council,all l of whom are produce from 500 to !2,500 oranges per tree, ;
young man who had. just bCl'I1.ccl.\'e,1 into. i pathy. who wished to join the church, and one hun the creatures of Barker. The duty of these w ortii 85,00 and 25,00 per tree. One hundred

connection, without experience or reputation There) is a smile too bright to be deep ; it is drrd and tlecen presented themselves for ad men-this grand council-is to mak, oaths to trees or more can be planted upon an
as a preacher, and by nature singularIjr burn and it dies on the surface. Not such mission bind men who are incited to hear l lectures, and acre. Very little labor is required to keep a !

J disqualified for any position whore his. ECU- was the expression of this good man's face, Thus tho permanent establishment of Methodism to make no na.ninations. Original KnowNothingUm grove in good condition. The sour orange )

sibilities were likely to be tried. Tenderhearted -it shined clear up from a heart constrained in llussellville, Kentucky was effected, was to use influence against foreign which grows spontaneously all,over the peninsula

and addicted to gloom. exposure to by the love of ChrUt. It did not {glitter but under God, through the instrumentality of- influence. This, as a whig he Mr. L., may be budded with the sweet orange
rude treatment, or, what would be worse, a I its glow seemed to prevade and warm its ob the Unwelci'in3 Preacher. could go wilh.lr.. L. had read hero proceedings and will! bear in three years. In many :

cold reception from those to whom he might ject. A truly pious, stem man H always It will doubtless: add tr the interest of the of the grand council, the purport of places the batiks of lakes and streams are

be sent, would dishearten him at once.- gentle, and he only can impart that look foregoing narrative for the reader to kn-,w, which was that no delegate was to be received lined with w ild groves of orange,some of them
Some such treatment most probobly. awaited which, like tho remembered smile of a mother that the! subject of it is now our worthy who did not sustain their State ticket, and great in extent These do not seem to regardthe .
brt ther Johnson who might lie into delicious members not for Ullman insect to any great extent,and continue to l ;
soothe voting
any man save will sometimes us Book Agent, Hl" Stevenson, D. D. were were cipelted. -
Icnt; to the town of which we speak: ; Jet t'lis tears twenty years after the face that wore hang theirgoldun clusters amid the green. On ;
selected Fortunately, C C S the upper waters of the St Johns,and also on : -
was
young man go. it has perished.He I A Glimpse of IDO\f-\otbingi m. .
however, the bishop was to accompany him I concl ded an address fraught with pa. The following extract from the Now York Who are the men on this executive committee the Atlantic coast near new Smyrna fine or-
It is known to as many as were acquaint rental feeling and pound wisdom, with-, t I I He I would not say it of all, but some of anges are now produced,these from the groves
ei with Bishop George, that his most, noticea Now, my son, I will make you a proposition Jsijircs.t, an organ of Know-Nothing {II&rtJ th rn't'I'l' men of broken reputation, whose of Mr. Sheldon and Dr.Speer being of peculi- .

characteristic was jiraycrfulness. The : if you can fulfill, ( the conditions of it : contains tin CtflhCS-iOTI of Mr. l.ittl.juIIII, names wore on the criminal calendar of New liar large sue and delicious flavor.

frequency, fervor, and t.ingular power with GI) back to town : if you find a cross Speaker of the New York I HOUM? of Kcpriwntativrs -. York-men corrupt Lemons and! Lmies grow very thickly in

.4 which he addressed the throne of grace, are there bear it ; diligently and lovingly perform that the individn.nl 1 members of the There was another power centered with Florida and are abundant in a wild state.
mentioned as niton as a reminiscence of him) every part of your duty ; do the work of an : hound these nine men: which. was that any five men The Sicily lemon, transplanted in Florida, i,
party arc by an oath to vuknut -
according
I much from the original! the writerof
their of sonic tu I of these cOIIIciloilia improved ;
journey and
black-ball
ii made. During evangelist ; fast once a week, spend one ) rejector any
f hundred miles, on horseback, the young hour of each day in special prayer, that God to tlii'irown judgment, but accniding :1hIliit) 'alIt. Was this democratic ? But why this has seen a specimen which measured .

preacher had abundant opportunity to observe may open your way in that community: do to the dictation of till leaders of the party, was this ?I11), James W. Barker might eleven inches in circumference.

" and imbibe the spirit of this excellent this for one month, and if at the end of that though it be in violation their judgment: and lose the power and control he had. This The pin -apple, guava, banana, plaintain, -

imn. Whenever they stopped for meals, term you do not feel wil'ing to stay, consid. their conscience scheme was perfect, and could not be altered sappadillo, tamarind, cocoa, sour-sop, shad .

I rest, lodging, or to se; and encourage some I er yourself released from the appointment.Can MR. SPEAKER[ LriTLIIJOHN. in three years. dock, grape-fruit, forbidden-fruit, mamce-ap- { c
pious family, whose residence by the way you do this !t" The next was, directing measures to he ta: pie, mango sugar-applo, citron, cassava, ar- ,
had ofprayer. An oath! an oath 1 I have an oath in ; row-root, &c. &c., are ako productions,of
, : was known to them, they a season lie thought he could ; upon which they ken in regard: to offending cOUlu'i1s.nd v.hat : '
heaven !
Florida and will bo mentioned
took an affectionate leave: of each other, and was the offence ? They had dared to act indfpe'rJently. at greaterlength
When about twelve miles from the place I Enoch George-what signifies a title to such Shall I lay perjury to my soul ?r' The grand; council had made hereafter.
j, The I Hon. gentleman, whom! the T now. i The attains in Florida There .
Fig perfection
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house .
the
man's destination, at nominations and because dared
of the young i a man?-turned toward the south-west t, and some to esercise
Nothing influence elected to thessl'mIIJ', several varieties of this fruit, those of a .:
a brother S., the hKhop[ was attacked with resumed his pilgrimage of hardships. The I their rights as freemen vote against the I are
and I made ,f that examines dark color and the size hen'segg
Speaker ( body purple about of a
liable.
aithtna, a disease to which he was very man sat hi horse watching the nominations-not knoving, perhaps, they had
young upon I himself fora \iolation of his l for the desert A branchcut '
Know-Nothing being preferred i'j
) The remedies, which usually relieved receding form till it sank out of sight below bctn maoL.-thty were to be expelled.
of oath in the following manner : from a bearing tree, and merely stuck in t ,
Moi were tried whhout effect; the man the horizon. Not un'il that moment had he S
Speaki.ig; of oath, (wo quote from hisspooch the ground, will produce fruit in two .
Uo-1 got no bet'er.: length he pent for the fairly tasted the exquisite bitterness of his If a m in breaks a wicked oath would the years.No '
hit attention ) lot me a,.k-:an oath tak -n to muider attempt has been made to preserve dried! ;
preacher, and directing whom hi'IHIJ Creator punish hii-i for it I No sir. He was '
young cup. The 'inatuangol, upon another is that oath I bo I but it is evident : .
New Jerusalem 1 to logaided ? An oath figs in Florida, that some method -1'
to the uhir! **" gone I violate a man's conscience: i.. that! oath to to do this could be devised,in which case ; 11.
flf Revelation and
contained in the book with his trial alone. lIe could have it : so will the l.'JO.OOO: others when !
the be kept Pile up ":I'h upon: oath, aye, until New Smyrna of Florida might rival the Asiatic '
desired him to take his Biblo into grove, sobbed like boy. they will come to have calmly considered this J,
for and any they reach hii.1i, heaven-when they interfere ; lie had read o.ith Smyrna in her export of tho delicious
diUl< upon that passage a season, Faithfully di.l he comply with the conditions with question an pablMied by ,4- }
thru: romp in and' preach to him about it: ,f his promise, through all thetediouij I l the dictates of my coilsriiAct', violate tiiis association, taken in the third degree, in fruit.
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1 I t'.ie o.ith. No oath .hid Thft t
1 is miniature
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to Fig growing
can Hawey
mi a
For," said he, I want to get happy.If .- \\itliout d crrr.'ng mak-ri cutrtt'\\ which men are required to swear they will notdivulge
month any :' ; .
of and dit\! h'-rc beautiful in Southern
think lily si-iie right : : or :! upon a large tree Florida. -
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I foul powerfully blessed, the secrets of the society, eten before
I my were change in his own feelings or in the bearing i i I '
I I hope I am-1 hate htendt'd to ]'_'-:n man ,, The fruit is about the size of a hazel.nut, 9I
It would body. wicked' a I legal tribunal.Fiiim. !
cure my distrustful of his of IIM people toward him ; albeit one jof''I principle. If in an evil !lio-ir, by intiiuu I'I''I anti grows from the limb! of the tree without .
The l la'er and hi; wife had from the beginning endeavored .
young. alarmed at the idea. HeLfgjifd man or matiagemt-i.t, I hau> }lu-en bt-irtv&'tI into the Hon;i"'tlrl. any apparent Llos nm. It is of a dark brown ,

| pwn powers to ,he wa t'xcusfd11! ; prompted as to the encourage la&t Sabbath him. arrived of the i taking jn oatli to take my l\I'ii hJ.r's life- Florida, its Climate, Soil and Produc color, and resembling the fig in taste. .
Finally : 1 when ti.it! The Persimmon i is dt-licjous fruit, when '
reason returns, o.uh i i- bid a J:Kj a
" (' much perhaps I by fear as by faith, recomrnenJd ) month du'i.jg which he had prom5"ed to i-tay. lions '
I If I have taken an oath in an unguarded mo- fully ripe. In fact, when it is in perfection, ;
J to'tho .bhhop! : bis 'ver.failing expedient TIC: glad tillage bells were pealing their pum- I rnent1iit'hi, is to dirt.itito me for all time to THE Onjfcc..-This tree, at one time, fur. there are few tropical fruits that can rival it in ..
for petting }:iv:>:jiv"-prayer. 4 moiis! to the. house of God, as our lu-ro-was t'uit \iolat lIi"helthcJ leading export of Florida. Pre\i- richness ; when green it has a fragrant astringency .
,, u Wvll," faul; th.sck man) RO nut, rionand ."' I !lie not a hero !-arose from the struggle of i l CIII:1 Seience-rtasoii poltil'al CrJrsc and mout its my conl ous to the great frost in 1833, it is said that only equaled by the prickley-ash or the p
> binding
t bht: the door: let me be left'alone. the last co/cnanted hour of prayer. lie obligatijn' hope h'HS those who hate taken these there were oter two millions shipped annually i wild turnip. "l1le'nat\'es of Florida used the ii

i His 'i iV1I'i t.)1fl1 j lied with. In another. walked toward the little attic window, which ,:.tl. will rise like men abothvm, and act I from St Augustine alone. The orange of I j dried! persimmon extensively as an article of 1
moment ho'was CIJn11'tl.inq !Ili' mind to its faTrHte view of most of the streets, : Florida is large and fine flavored and
| commanded a l I like men-:like American citi/.eii I ery food, and we read in the lists of stores and
employment: Elijah, wrapped in the wiping his eyes and thinking of the few reIcetant commands the highest price of any in the provisions furnished by them to the old Spanish .
rrnntle ofjirajer, was alone with Uod.ft hearers who awaited him when, lo I What a humiliating picture is here presented market,having l been Hold in the grove as highas expeditions, of cakes of dried persimmon.The "
For a moment ell was silent; butitt length what a eight met his gaze ? Group; after l of an American titizcn. las he not .in I $10 per thousand. It has been remarked ( ; ;

Vttd and related praises issued from the group of citizens were Hocking toward the an unguarded moment parted with his political '], that the fruits of the tropics, generally, grow Great Iron Ship. ,. j :
VicV room. The family gathered round to JMethodi&t Church! At first a sense of awe to the greatest perfection near its Thisis
: i hi, all that gives value or verge.i At the annual meeting of the Eastern S amXm'iglltion ._,
l' tejoice with the man of.pmyer' ; and the im came over him, and then a class of mingle I : cli ti>th.rigl1til American to certainly true in regard to the orange and! Company held in London, on
JKcJiatf effect of the excitement was a cure feelings, as if confidence and strength, and I lit ctb'uship-tw} right banana: 'which, in the northernmost Bahama Wednesday, Mr. Brunei gave some account .;
tf fie! malady so effectual, that the travellers joy were storming the heart, while fear, and hpi-a'i' nnd act like a man, freely anti ionic.noh.totIy Islands, are much superior to those of Cuba, of the moiioter ship now in course of con r

I Jirnceeded' on their'journey in the morning. weakness, and mortification fatill disputed the :I 1 in all that coiucnis the interests c St Domingo, aud localities still nearer to the struction. The ship i is divided transversely _.

Hut before they- Marled, the good brother right of possession. I IIic, cJntn'l? equator. From the shores of the Atlantic to into separate and perfectly watertight com .

i i with whom they were sojourning: broke to. I He hastened to the pulpit, and as ho arose I Mr. Liillrjohn, 1< his own acknowledgment, I the Mississippi, the great frost of ItCJU completely partments. The fracture,and even the entire
the preacher the shockIng silent the th night < f ) niiu'd the The effect :
unsuspecting young t from the first prayer, had fcold himsflf oath die orange groves. tilling of one or two of these compartmentswould ,
intelligence: alirdy in the reader's pos. victory thrilled through him like the voice of I I ):V:11 to vote was prob.ihly nowhere so severely felt as in not endanger the buoyancy of the shipor .

I fCi>Mott, that be woul-1 be an unwelcome ar. t|' a clarion. HU text was Isaiah vi, 4: And I I leaders of the i'iitv.Notiiigs should dicatl.1 I Florida, where they furnished the staple crop damage the cargo which the rest contain (

rival at the place.! ol his appointment. Of! the posts of the door moved at the voice of He attempts to eieafoe from; his: b.iigain by tl'l of tho country. The effect upon tho city of ed. There are no openings in the bulkheads I! 1

.f rourne, he was sunk, at on'ce in tho deepest him that ci ied." The attention of the audijenccwas violation of his oath.( But his jiolitical masters I St. Augustine, which was one vast orange II III between these compartments below the deepwater I I .1 S

t.J dejection. Po ses!cd of keen perceptions oltlio t arrested by the announcement, for are after him: and they have not the I bowvr. is thus described by Williams : line, except one pipe for steam water, :
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pait'ful, ncrvo'ibly sensitive to any on.ilIdneS the voice that hlcbe'n\ wont to tremble with I tough All kinds of fruit trees were killed to the which can be easily closed In moment ; and .
j' \ !, ho was the very man to be overwhelmed 1 I. embarrassment now rang clear with atone of r powvr of the ancient Inquiaitioi to burn him I ground, and many of these never again started it is important that there are no openings :' p

S in ucb ft situation. Personal dan. authority' ; his eyo, hitherto confused and unsteady at the stake, they cumc as near to it ab Uu'y fron the roots. The wild groves suffered I whatever,even by pipes and cocks, below the I I ."_ j

.; per, trial', toil, would not bare daunted him ; now Kindled with a light that never could ]h )burning him in ll gy. equally: with the cultivated ones. The orange load water line. As for the construction of .' '

., but to bo coldly pushed off as, not welcoiro, shined on sea or shore." Fresh from tho I tin)* the "party of which it has been said hid become tho staple of our commerce, seveial the bottom, tho \vhofe of tho vessel h formedof J

t<) fel} that he w Is' ftnposed upon a people: chamber where he had just accomplished his that it would reform nnd the millions being annually exported. Numerous a double skin of iron, with an interve- .' e
did"not war.tlam what he could not the live coal purr government had just l>ocn planted, and extensive -
, wbo was thirtieth hour of special prayer, groves ning space of three feet ; the material is disposed j
I L'''r. Instantly resolving, therefore, not to had touched his lips; he was' with a witness, ? J it possible that a party exiftU l in nurseries could scarcely supply the longitudinally, by which the entire fabric '

i submit to such;'moilllkraticm, he hastened 41 a man sent from God," and gloriously baptized these United States which presents to its members demand fr young trees is rendered stronger ; and the outer skin i! ,

r -to-commttmcatc his discovery and his purpose with the Holy Ghost. the fearful alternative of obeying order I Some) of the groves the previous autumn might bo rent or torn against a rock, without ; '-

,, '(to tl&o. .up lIntendcnt. The bishop, aware lie referred his text back to the point at by their votes though contrary to.their judgment had brought their owners one, two and three causing the ship to leak, if the inner one remained .
of,tW fe Ung of revolt with which hU 'Pf"ollg.i which Christ first interposed for man's salvation and thus thousani dollars ; and the increasing demand unbroken. Not only is the ship divided .
committing political
ViaUe i to be mot, exh rted Mm, nevertheless treason to the fruit of mines of
was -the voice that cried, Lo I come to for opened prospects transversely into ten compartments, but
to:determine upon nothing rashly to the interests of the country, or of violating wealth the inhabitants t_
J ; do thy will :" he applied it to the sacrificial to two ?ongitndniaT bulkheads of iron run fore
wait till he'saw the and the and oath ? Such i is the inference | .\
place people, their from tho
offering' of Jesus-the voice that cried, It is Then came a frost, a chilling frost. and aft about forty feet wide apart. .
Inthe meanwhile, give himself to'prayer ; ad. finished ;" he carried forward the application declaration of Mr. Liltlojohn ; and if such is Somo of the orange groves estimated to be By these iron party walls, the whole ship I
Alt all'thevhil
ding, that he had persuaded" .' right and in- to M the right hand of the Majesty on high," Know.:othinghul), may God preserve tho worth 810,000 were at once rendered worth is portioned ont into fire-proof apartments, : ?; ; '
; flut the apjoiniment was where the Intercessor! makes his dying words from influence. Let citizen less. A portion of the population of St. Au. that, the current of air being easily cut off, any i :
would ro, 'h.tctJti:11.. This adiice'was country it eu-ry! .;:
_ lie etfd! prove r- immortal,crying with infinite iteration, Father gusti ic who had been accustomed to look to danger from fire seems to be prevented; and
I taken. it us ho would! a mora! pestilence. : '
reluctantly forgive tlrem :" to the day w hen sound bugn their orange groves for the purchase of luxuries Mr. Brunei, moreover expresses a hope that
Arrived at the new station, they were shall make its next impression upon "the dull.. The following are extracts from Mr. Little- and of necessities, were left ,suddenly the process of Lfvntenant Jackson may be -;

;uests of A prominent member of the church, cold ear of death," when at the the voice of John's speech revealing his knowledge of the without .resource. Tne {own 0'( St. Augustine puccessfully applied, to render wood uninflammable : '?

\no'n for many years afterwards as the"The usuand'fast the, SOlt of God, the dead, small and great, order and its principles, t&kl'l from the Penn- that heretofore appeared like a rustic so that it may be impossible for any '
alttost friehd the'piotcber shalt r lic." village, its white houses peeping from the fire to spre'ad, even from the cargo or the fur .
''i morn;rng, as the belopwai preparing to Tho power of tho Highest was marifestly xyhaniiin. clustering boughs and golden fruit of its favorite '. niture. Several alterations have been made to ; i
connexion with the Know-Noth
;'unra'his journey) and the good brother upon ,thoaudience, and the presence of anambassador As tohs tree, beneath whose shade the foreign invalid economize the weight of the ship, enlargingthereby !!
tell all ho kncw'of
it Lost
of the? hone were conversing together in the of Christ was attested by sobs ings, woul cooled his fevered J Jfirtbs, and imbibed ,. her capacity of carrying coals and '
Jitrlor! white, 'u"knowh.to.ttM't1f. Jind,\vithouttletigtr and groans fiom every part of thd house.-. March, a member of this kouhesome! of health from the forest tree, how is she fallen freight. Mr. Drnnef stated also, that ho was I '

'. ,,the young1 preacher l 'was skiing on the The fwaclier descended from the pulpit, his friends ZK.Inn to ;attend where lecture.he- Hewent : Dry, unsight'y poles.with rugged bark, stickup devoting his beet attention to the engines, the !< .-.
I porch near the window, ,'ith' Wotbing Lot aI without pansmg: in his discourse; Fie invited(' with -room, was assured around her dvveflings, and where the mocking largest that have ever yet been'made' as wellas i
thin curtain between brm"nnd ''them; so that tollic: plac'o of prayer those who desired to by the oflicers of diit.Olil't.j that he bird delighted to.build! her rvst,'-and tune the Ifest form of the,screw 'proeieiaAd) } :

what passeaVUktiWai''d, .UndlT) audiblo to flee the,wrath to ome. 'With loud cries for was io do'mhirg i that his Was conscience? contrary,would to any her lovely songs, owls now hoot at night, and the paddles;,.a1d .the""position of the teas* > :

tin.'i- e ; : 'sinners' tne streaming down the thing against r sterile1 winds whistle through .the leafless and saiL 'The/ship was designed equally to : t
Well',brother/' said 0 W !i j nierpy; volt. ,llea asked to, mako a promise., He "
hop,! QW'HU i Ule 1 ,and'befpre'ihi c fct..I'glrtlon.w.ere di.iseJ and if his bran.Never-was, place: more desol te. attain a good average speed with & variable
1 did make the pronnac recent '
the. yotngmandor wvert sorts! professed to find peace hi ; course :Years passed on. ,A new growth had, in an'easdre'r draught of ,water, or a very.bhgh.ipodMali&'ht !
: ;'Not'jtf.alT; 'he will I not do at : t was treason pink? the most of'it Tf he hadperjured :
: all-bfr' : we.might ; I. ; this desolation/when a new [l drau.hf Of water, according to the ports
:
*s wtU le]*fi lihout g,pa'chera1t.ethir : ; himselF'make. he moist of that Henow she bo bound '' ,
sudden
H When ,.iho'frieetlng ,broke' op.'ftie pastor [ca1amw'Zeiperflte&nat as bat to which; might I
hlnisel'f ;
f\' f. *." .wu the eniphalie reply.., hastened 'bwVto'Wr closet"' Many a',time dwldretl ; opposed t t 7 riQCH everttocitty n destructive'* the frost This In coraparativery* bott roya es, Bach as. ;;
4COi.'eWill: I like of-this oeiatinn: As to' h toYotA
him zt pTedge,
better pies
:. fter. New York her fIllS "
e had he pnlereif( !htKsfi'earlened nnd sad, never >w..tbei'visitationioC iueectngaiustwhose that to ,, tenacity carrying .
Jo'lit 4ITe man; 'i'reat itn ) : .fl51fl5t1fl; H. Seward, riotedMugU fonnd tq avait Grove farge store ofcoab, woild not ;
j rr lt ': ,; I-'tlumpli/ &lI ; ihWplit'ofgood ravagesnothhiff.jwas| ; : a.. er1. ,:so :
J 't o .. .do...lOh'w. B$4 ''t' ,drei'M WOkendyVp'; rsahsfon1ttiat I bo hij' tu gge,to his would"ve mpufh if he' evermade: 'after grpye becani'q 'blighted, yet;as s&,,jocalUies much, be:tested. ; hut i ivoyages' iti thfe fopgesf otean,
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MU.JVJ, i cyv $1 b-r*, \ t tSj .C i :;. ttie *a'ig1tt-;vrof.thorasthigs such a' |)lro' eHe' aa briefly' arfhV Were sparItor several I years', It wu ir ut 'give' her a snperlorJtjr'whicHr
a'' 1 h.v. Tib" ojet1ori'fl .foVned'lhe; i Imfet t' and appointment-all tirt' way '* to l \ ohW a-Vomnfctt'eipoattiton -6f Know hoped the destruction would! not be universal.TheinYfttfirst !hht i&kF fconfef frpoa 'the'cttthcW't-r! J,

'bS kHf sfsyrag At my faoQH for a few week,,''I'thr Ja.f bbUrV prayers eyptrieiiWr ind his bhh' i,' .NOThII ;V but h4'vfoUM ny, frohr tho mo ; mad.ft4ppwiH6 at MaBdaJ, ''ick .-psp1 a mcnepoly m that f traffic. Mr/

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Ii f J. l1li i 1nfrt n iIifTl with',_Spain.. :A.iU.. > flW. pwrnorts.,d l' :I tptjtti Js : >Uj'jfrjhe:Crliiejf- 1 JDxowifithine'-fcrofattios-li ;'\; ; ...:..:0 .A. D_." 1
r t An J Uriirlqjid: ; I P. .. She it Hani 1 at work en. $ Difrfffit come by 'the Baltic, -it has- probably W % rmf the Ufc.sanction -- 'We give the following extraordinary intelligence I'. J"The"WMjfcrbf Pdfaiffitihfa?njn ttt*"Rtth: 'Y dtt1

: f lU'iu; '$4l.ikr. to n.nfiirc her, 8rmy.1 ."- i'e I -BrttJuf.r.r arc having their eyejt ojemed, .M. Dexter i in the of
of tlie new Cabinet to our readers. % arq hot permitted ; ease two young Facto i iry
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111'n.is th.it the vlwle, of tinflVctpro -. -, ..
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': to name our authority It will suffice to say to the hypocrisy and corruption of the new ,women who were before the Lowell
!! duced l ,t.t.< acceptation of the! fotir gnarari" If TALLAHASSEE !; ..- po.
t tfi.s t" Absolutely the wln.1.%,sire." Then -I'- From the .Stt*Jvj.o"ilr1i: ( ) iirtff. that,during the last mails, )letter was received t Ia re'." The Ilarriabnrg correspondent of lice,Court for stealing yarn, gives rather re
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ii !,i ? 1 wotiM! rirthflps: have dono bettor to have S Saturday- March 10,1855. Death ot Major,'Johix.GCap.. from Paris, by an individual'in Uiii'city:- the .Philadelphia! News, in speaking of the mark able illustration morals in that pic'Miss -

\1h II rated: myself the- trouble of nccepting ; nmri A' telegrajiliic dipatch from" !bington, We have been permitted, to publish a translation nomination ofCameron by the Know-Nothing Dexter called- Work in Middlesex
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J Jti'r; ur, overjthuig Considered, the coutbo which We arc indebted to 'nttorftHor) and to received yesterday, announced the painful of a portion of this correspondence : caucui, calls)f thtfact a deed the most foul mill ; have been employed there 7 yearn and
b. t1': ] have adojjfed I i. not; so 1T!)!. The point I intelligence of the death, in' that city, of Major darkcntH the annals ofPl'omlvaniL" 10 months ; have stolen jam from the
political
documents. that
Mr. Maxwell, for valuable! public The Emperor has foreseen all the calamities ever miD
'; now, u to persevere,. ft what docs nut t suec I John G. Camp, of Sandusky, in the sixty and hare'been arrested for kreenj ;
since the He to :
on
: : 1 < cd tie firbt day sometimes ,succeeds the seventh of sad and reverses of Sebastopol ever goes say guilty ; .am now under.bood ,Kno," the
t Bloekade. hisage. Tlio event terminating .
Cuban year the St. !
;.I'r rtcn'd!, fl.id what I (is not believed! to-day apl allied army sat down before city. It was accomplished by flagrant, unmitigated fendants ; both work in the room OT
J' l rev> "S -mprr6iv. a sure thing. Yon ninrt A letter from our associate (Mr. Williams,) a malignant attack Typhoid fever, maud was a trooper (pandour,) he mighthitve' corruption alone ; and it will, be i in vain for On one occasion both came jnto"mllQQ1a.mi-.
,
r: dated St Mark's 4th inst The occurred about direc o'clock die afternoon taken the place 'by a charge of cavalry the with antecedents, who participated
It I w;rdindJ sonJ 1.dt spt'C'1 to Pin-c 0 r'.frhikoft : says :- on men whig gether and ,took six bobbins of ysjn
: :::,r:;, ?* "Yes,.sir!/' "In which you Steamer Jasper arrived this morning from Key Wednesday, the 21st nit at the first onset, but failing that, siege Can-became in this political crime, to deny lat they came at two other times separately,'eaQ',

Mill rejnest hi n- tn,?nr .the Western and West, and reports that the Spanish Consul at Tlie deceased ,n. born in Culpepper necessary. Neither their Raglan aud nor Louis gavo their votes to Cameron for a consider the same quantity; told me 1 was a'W
,i.m Eastern Powers th.nt 'I till the four robert were equal,to position, ation. if I not take some said I
: accept ; needn't
\ that place had hoisted the Spanish flag and County, Va., on thv 10th dayof August, 1789.' Napoleon knew it He did not want Sabas- This is the first of the AJneri an" partyin fcg .
; c >U -[hat I them more than d-n pious; am picas and
: : pujirai ts accept am
f;'f1"; 7 ,-,('r." Yes, your Majesty." "Negotiations issued a proclamation to die effect that all the At an early age he enteredlbe United States topol to be taken this winter. He knew that this State, winch: vaunted so loudly in the member; belong to R ,-. .A. K.. If a e. .-
l t Navy as a midshipman, in'i1ich capacity he short of of which the of f A
a butchery, history off the
throw
of Cuba closed and the claimed preface of its determination to formation
it4';; u-Ulljv-opened, and nomattos what: ,any ports are right church; gave to the
'. served two before joiping the army. In affords parallel, the place could not he agent wide
oro\ may say, negotiations have always cer- by the authorities to search all! vessels visiting he years commission war no pirates who have so I long infested the body led to the arrest of the defendants; bar*ben.
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f accepted at Washington a carried. He determined that Sebastopol
- lain itiTUV'Jice on' military opcrationa. No the If-land and furthermore politic. Well have they attested their sincerity told that all the girl steal yarn; IUT
t I or caught nenr : as Lieutenant in the army, "and immediately should subserve a might political .
purpose.- *
them 1 shall still by nominating the most notoriously corrupt doubt of "
ivi rain it.
.! t matter 1:11 gain by Central Division the United .
" that'the English nnd French squadrons were joined the of For this, he has been delaying supplies whilehe man in the Slate-one who never accomplished -
Nesselrode I"Oai
i th.it 'IIUC '. fi'.est ce-past States Forces on the Northern and NorthWestern -, has concentrated his forces in Franc
at hand to enforce these The but with ?
tilings.
Captaintold anything politically
.4 money Let Southern and
4.. ; I, Sire. Whigs 2emocniJ>
In of that the
Frontiers. the Fall
An is
, .1. :1 me that he saw the proclamation him year overwhelming army gathering on To exhibit the turpitude of these men in Beware.
=L -
. hi- regiment stationed 'at Buffalo. Ilia Pm.i.m frontier. At Marseilles Toulon and
t'jfil : was its most it must be known that
WASHINGTON NEW seJ glaring light, The Connecticut Palladium, a
f. Know-No&i
4wi2. CoQ1uJoAL AND prompt and energetic character soon gained ,\Jgi"r;, a flotilla to be reinforced J by English Cameron and his personal friends were die
.'h.;;- ; WASHINGTON, arch 1 1. Should these things; turn out to 1)trlt I him. an enviable prominence among hi* ,fellow- vessels will be ready to snil with 70,000 men mot unrr!"enfinjj enemies the Know oth.ingl ing paper, in speaking of the mission of ttfmw !

!rI : Thtj Senate has adopted a resolution K 4.11 Fillibubter stock will! no longer: be classed .officers, t ud he wa made Qllartl'r-'tnster of on March'15. On the arrival of this armada had in the State. No sooner, however, organization, says:

, :, ri'ig freedom of \\"or hip Americans i ior raiding among the fancies. Such stupid!, folly: can- !jhis mrimr. an ollie", whose duties in the in the Crimea, the Emperor will leave Paris, was the re?
I' ""IJ". travelling abroad.1 but the unsettled and defenccleMcondition of the and appear in person before Sevastopol.A .- he crawled into tho Order by some backtrack What the Nebraska BILL is repealed 4)4
t\h : : "tic 1 chnIId''DjI.lomati I Bill was up and not give to progressive sJ.irit I' country wen* oxrpedinfjy! I arduous and re- coup de main, upon a gigantic i scale, will and now buys from tl-eni. seat in the i Fugitive Slate Law repealed Wilm

; : nn attempt: made to pn h it through with the dangcrnti impetus' if it does not bring down s'mnsikSo: w'lIlh.1. he acquit himself in fall. The elated army, flushed with the feat, Senate of the United States! I Proviso fastened upon all the organized terril

. tO : House 11ie1idfl1eflt,'uwjiying the Tariff. upon the Lland: the heavy hand of the (lovormnenl I that post, that he was again promoted to the will sweep over the Crimea and occupy the' Cameron's letter, which we have puhlkhcd, !/Jrws--lhe policy of non-in'errention mer:

...l Senators Clayton, Cooper, ami othojs: reri5tod.r.nd itself. It will require nothing but the intlice: of .\ .i.tlJt Quarter-Master. General of' Isthmus of Perekop. After a campaign! which I avowed the most unadulterated Abolition FCIItiments thrown, slavery abolished in the Slate* or"

expressed their determination to I overhauling of one of our vessels, under die the Central Division of die"Army, of the Frontiers. will endure a fortnight, Louis Napoleon[ will in order to secure the caucus nomination -! Un ion dissolved. Then, A N D NOT rsm rats/

; \Hd the I French Spoliation and e\ery otlior return to Paris, where the suddenness of his -and Southern Know-Nothing organs .: let the people return to their old orgsmzatiooc
''i J Y?'PCH! bll to it as amendments, if the modificv.tion guns of a Spanish! or English or French hip lie took an active part in the battles of departure and the promptness of his return openly yet exulted in the nomination of sucha and their ancient faith and practices.'
of war, to such ccploion as will and L'lndy's Lane, and for his gallant will find all
i was i'n-itted en. cine an I Chippewa COUP[piracies unprepared for de. man for the lofty post of United States Senator How many Southern men are willing ta
: -. In thy Honte proceeth'ngs unimportant. bring down Caslilli-in: j ieritl. and t !shake the; conduct on tho'C occasions, ho received vi'Ioptnent: and where the glory of his victory Docs not every day's revelation: exhibit join this crusade against themselves jr'or**

4 The'National-t Acricuhural Society met to- Gem erf the Antilles from the Spaniah crown. tie! rank .-f Capt.jin, and at the close will ettt'rlll further treason to the "'izids.I' Know-Nothingism in the most revolting as armed, Forewarned.A .

dy and elected officers. flf the war wa made a Major by brevet. In Such i is the campaign contemplated by pect-a monster to be trampled under foot .
'f"
t WATHIX ;TOX, March 2. St. Mark's Cotton. TOSM.II; the! Niagara r.t Chijsjiexva[: ho ":t, in Louis Napnh! on. Be assured that if Provid I by every Southern man ? Just Compliment
'
. t tl e same l 1I:1t with: (then) Lt. C. ,WinncM! ,. does! interfere
nc< not it will take The Journal Commerce of
place asI
0 tt In the Senate yesterday Mr. Clayton movedto Holbrook & Nelson sold a lot of St. Mark i of a paper higk
Scott, who in laiiuint; tinder a hltfirt' from I have will
Collaterally with the departure standing, speaking of the Administration
: strike out th' amendment modifying( t1.t .' Cotton in New York fjr the handsome priceof tlio t'ninv's. j.jun;, fell into the liver in the act "f thft Emperor for the Eat tho French Correspondence of the Mercury. ,
: Tariff! from tlie Civil' and Diplomatic Bill: : reject. I for I from the ho.it t'u Be- Ky WEST, Feb. 21, '55. says :
11 1 S get? it being the highest; } .t ice paiJ of fprintrmg t< shore. army 0:1 the Prussian frontier will
operate -
upon The Executive
of the United States
: ."!-ayes 21, nays 21. Douglas voted! heaxily! anned aid I and Meisrs. Editors The U. S. power
cotton this season.nIiiee cottons were in:; : entered: Scott Ri' ni.-.hi P Us h: A note will be sent to :- steamer
any )
L widt die majinity with a \icw- to bring) up the I I was unable: to help himself, and th,' rapid j ('Hrf the King of Prnssi.i, free Fashion, 'apt. Baker, anived from Tampa vigorously exercised in every department of
question Jolay.. s.U in Tallahassee: by )lcs.m:. Broomo &. demanding passage service, to keep he government clear of fraudsof
r f reFit ".lut.IIIj\'I- home him down Lut for thepni'iipt t tor te! French his dominions. Bay and Charlotte's han Oo'r, n the 16th ult-
TJi'. President has anproved the Texas Creditors IH i:. : troops through every description. A sense of high integ
xi.lof Lieutenant Ci tiip, who ptiedhim which: if refined, will advance to the Rhine," Col. Monroe, in command of U. S. troops
honor
and in all
: i llilLTELEGRARO. I I I and drt-w him into. the boat But for this It the. above to }be correct Louis Napolcon stationed in Flm jilt, and several of the officers thy money concerns governs
prove and controls the Cabinet. The
: 1- Denunciation from a New Quarter. j country is
.- : I tinn-ly {' nll'i. (' of rorihifstnd!: jiresc-nre of has out pl.m-d the whole world. Wehav. of artillery, were on board. The Fashion left fortunate in this
INTELLIGENCE. 1'H'w York Courier if R711/lircr,1 min
I Xh\v; YOUK, March 3.-Cotton is dil; ), (\\'J.igIJic1] ) has I be(n a crlll-i.t:1t; advocate : i I would have been cut short: almost beforp it topol, we have bmi endowing it with terrors, stores, protLionp, &c. for the garrison from juncture what, we know of example is to different .
; r t'iv litters 'by the Canada having had an un- h:1I11t'l'j} she has a large number of Indian canoes, many Iocalgov.
: ,
Cun.
of the repeal of the naturalistic; laws., :I [ so; :i- to ;arpreriate: the feat in contemplation emuients. The influence of this ltlte of
1-ivorabln tlFectpoa iho! in.trket.;\ Flour h At tie; clu-o .-f the W.r of Ifjl2 :rnjor'CIIl'rt'Eirw,1 I by the ristuty of which are to bo used by the expedition now I
4 5 in effect, that its thunder h.s been' SUIdJJom" 'i Emporor achieving( a great I things is doubtless potent over the exercise of
,;;itlll.r I:1j1.r''Acfl1GToX!. !t's ; his rO lnir.i"n; : in the ,Aitnv.. HU...-im \ictllrv where his uncle encountered I lit ting out at the Miami to penetrate the everglades the .
general legislative
by "ilcmngoguesaiid : Iirn'lt, for pub t and ttled! j in Bntlaln h.J' h. for and to connect at Lake Okeechobee power.A
'I j : : w ) (' was many! !..i. nu-t <;i.:;:trous defeat.-.Yew Orleans ,
: '' March :.-Every? im.igim- lic favor who arc atk-mpt'iiig' to direct J it I,.I years n prominent: and active! citizen. l'ia 'ulle. with (parties sent out from the Calvorahatchee. JUVENILE: P.ATJUOT.--Jenwl Maker,

: 1 1''1c home: ti deplete,! the Treasury; was to tlirir own stlfish purposes ; and ij I hey succeed : :I. In lKi:; h<.. n-moved to t.i! : city, having b1ronio !Indian; River, and from Jupiter. A line of the pnlbic gardener, though a native of the

-cnglit. forward: thisinnrnuijj, ill the) fhape of Us doom is as certain flow as it teas in largely iiiteie.-to.l in real c.-t.ite in town let the South Beware !block houses are already constructed between Emerald Isle, is as cnthueisastic in his love
i.TMPTidwents tn Appropriation Hills.Th I and i ij; the adjacent cnimtrv. The: old tearn Fort Myers and Lake Okeechobee, and are of this his adopted country a boasting
} Prp.H iit vetoed the Ocean Mniliteanuhiji '1841." i iI I.I mill," since, converted into Machine, Shop The New'o'rk Day Book, a paper true as occupied by the troops. Roads arc being opened -. native; and in this feeling,many it appears, hit

I : Bill, i ift consequence of the? amend- ;. The Courier next denounces the dishonest i j for the Sandu.-ky, MansJlchl I it Newark Kail- ptcil on tin- negro qne.-tion, utters the following across the country, and preparationsmade : son, a youth sixteen years of age, patriotically

J Jlit 'ni"nt relative the Collins! line. The .Senate policy of the sfcrcl movotwnts of the Know road, still stands as a monument of hi-* enterprise warning to men of all parties in the South : for the U. S. Surveyors to commence a participates. Long before the dawn of I

]r struck out tho atntiidtnent and repissed the} Nothing), party in the following .l.ihiiigtyIe ; at that: early ()IY. I He has .Cilice made Fnder all those!. circumstances, it becomesus reconnoisance of the Territor). The best day,on the twent.r'se oud of February,G OlJ'I

ki, bill. The lliwi'O feus-tained the Veto-the A1F that i is necessary, therefore, to insure this city his. rec..i.l'nN'r'CTt for a few years. ti warn our Southern frii-nd. against this portion will be at once thrown into market, I Washington Maher, the son of the aforesaid

vote for the bill being 9S to 79, not a constiUtiutial the success of our greattrn"kaz principle. I while} I 111.IIIin th( otHc1 of IJiiit'-d States Mar- new phase and feature of abolitionism. It i'< and as no trouble is anticipated with the Indians Jemmy, proceeded to the Capitol ground,,

majority.Tiio i is a bold) and manly course of -nd of the Northern District of M.iida. the same old satanic head with a new face. it will be rapidly taken up and occn- and, in front of the statue of the Father of

House passed tlJa! }bill appropriating the repudiation of all : o 1 GOOOO. for din improvement of the Savanttih ketch of o'jr departed friend and! fellow-citi- most desirable sugar and rice bnd in the South rounds north and the
. not to be led into tao rum:!!! of : charge our friends, a* they respect their right I twenty-eight ; seven ,
river. cindidak'S. of our nw: Inl Dc'.potUm Zen : and though now unaMe! to spvo more, and love their liberties, to beware of KnowNothiupisin. is comprised within the Southern portion of I same number east, south and west. Thenc

Tho report of the Committee of Conference where tho} IVecn the fore- : : It ibut another name for abo- the Peninsula now to be opened. I.1 he proceeded to the western front of the Capitol

on the Indian Appropriation Bill was -peak ihrir P'-ntiriientR, sccrtt ociftics and :I Lriig! mo.Tijro \rti.'thrs ronceraing the life liti ii.m; and KVII: only designed to hasten The l'a&"iun hating landtd her stores at I' ), and from the terrace gave three moreL

rejected.WASHINGTON. secret organizations) :11' not only dffenFiMcbut : I I jof .iij<' wlmm wo have 5') !nn<; known, honored us on to tlat: period when we hall have to I Miami, returned to this: port the 2ht, and left t rounds ; making altogether thirty-one, or oct 1

necessary andi'xpedieul. 1'i.tnot; t so here.: i I and lovil. 'rbf' a'3mnenc'nt: of his, sudden !- m.tl.c it our basinets I') cut throats and hang the 2'2il for Charlotte's Harbor. in honor of each State of the Union. Although

March 3.-Benjamin MeCullough It is our lirth.riht to sjK-ak our ienlimentsfreely I| dontli i I- a ad l'ity, a'J! vc have ('!!14- traitors." his cannon was small, the .report
has been appointed Major in the 'ch.inred, } it \\it h-nrtfclt: in THE Hov. DAMKL S. DIMIXSOX.-The A who
orr.w.-a sorrow were ronsers gentleman was aw&kcneod
and within the Jaw in
; : to act accr'i! 'l he lii'i: nulard publi-hes a letter
new Infantry Regiment. No Biiga.iier jell dance with thorn : and he who darts nut do i[ uln'-h! thoiuinds in tlii-> and other comnmr.i- I Albany correspondent of the Courier and En. i by the first gun and who came to IH

ural has been coifinied.ru t h'I", is* unworthy! the naim* to? Anirrinn.Why : .- ,I i'.i: 5 will ill 'r'I. p-irti!"ipato. And Jet that from, New York! of the w liter of which th\'I' tjiiirer pays the following! marked compliment what was the matter, remarked to the lad,

Montgomery Blair, has.been appointed So. then court sceiecv ? Why should a I'I sorrow i-5 not all },itt'rrwfor"}:il society (tiitnr5'e know the :1I.tIllIr-he i- to the above named distinguished gentleman Your gun's report is almost loud enough to

licitor oj the new Court of Cltims.WASHINGTON party, who 1m e reason to bo proi.d; of tlieir: I II I j has lot an honorable! and In'loved; member, it gentleman of character and a man of truth. startle not only Washington, but Old Hickory -

r4 -- principles, Peek to hide them fintu the 1 light! of I I i has gained:: the completed! record of a nob!? I He has fri''iivi- the' South whom he desiresto :- him!t'lf." -That's what I should like to
March 3.-Robert Hills! I and phroud their in example and has addd another} jewil to its I I observed in the Senate Chamber to-day, .. to do," replied the lad ; if such a thug
day doings or the insidious of
!
tlio architect. .. of the Capitol is dead. i guard' : them with an extra judicial mystery oathVo? I I wraith! of patriotic (: 'rnlJrH( Death protect against approaches a gentleman who has filled an important placen could be done, what terror and dismay U
this secret organization and he loves the Un-1 antinls of this State and
; the political to the
; fur that cho.ee) .1 piominciit' urti'ii! but.: cannot rob us I would produce to tyrannical governmentof
answer, no earthly reason,
March 4. The Senate last except I of the States arwl wotdd do all he do : whom, if the democratic party had adhered, of
WASHINGTON, i small f weight in the and of his lTIl'morTlmt wlil: JCZ remain with ion may Great Britain and all the crowned heads
men nn rnmmvniJy,
i::: ni i'ht roncuired in the repeft oftbe ommit' designing and' intrigu ing politic dc magogvrjnay us. The 'brave soldier, though; his youthful to warn his Southern friends against efforts I I110W it would have had a head, this day, who Europe 1 tOP
lee 01 Conference on the Army and Post Of- breast proudly met the shock of battle nearly rigorous talent would have concentrated all Our informant that such an answer
obtain an importance which doe not belong on foot, which, if successful must end in I says
Appropriation Bills. to them-, and a wer, whicll,'if obtained half a century ago, has at la.-t surrendered to their strength.' He was the ablest Democratic from such a youth was enough to thrill the
its lie refers former letterto
Concurrence with die resolution) in disruption. to a Senator in Senate where he was to meet
regard than a soul how much the
is certain to be prostituted to rile and a more earthly conqueror; a citizen, of even a traitor; more
tb any intcrft'rence&th the Minnesota Legislature selfishpurposes. worthy, reliable and enterprising, rests from us, in which he exposes[ the' character and ench men a* Sibley and Yerplanck. Sent by I bosom of a patriot.WasSentineL

was cfused. Away, then, with all-secresy and all his long labors,-a friend, true as steel, with defcigns of the Know Nothing organisation. the good judgment of Governor Bouck to the
In Executive session tho appointment of candidates. special warm heart and capacious soul-a man, In that letter, speaking from personal observation Senate of the United States-a faction, then Whigs and theKnow-Holhings. ,
;. Messrs; Gitc1J1'i; t'oft'W Hampshire, Lump scorning subterfuge and deceit, abhorring powerful of the Democratic party, preferred We are assured our readers will agree withus i
kin and I Blackford of indiana Such i is the disgraceful picture drawn of I and experience, he says : their side triumphant, thoughin
: ofteorgia, wrong, of pfcnerous and exalted character, to see own even in the opinion that a large majority of the
.f,I t was confirmed as Commissioners: the new tho secret orddr,by a paper which favors their I }has departed ; }but not until time had filled the I found the burden of the speeches madein that victory they really gained a perpetual Whigs are now either members Know Nothing -

. "' Court of Claims.The prescriptive policy. But a correspondent of measure of his existence with honors as with1ears the general meetings of the order, was hatred defeat" lodges, or acting in concert with the

Zt:. Bounty Lnnd Bill was signed. the same paper denounces die new party"in which together had ripened for the of the Catholic name and faith, organized Know NothingL This is true of Virginia:
r.!. The session continued all night, but.most. language: as just as it is overwhelming. sickle opposition to all foreigners, and implicit obedience CJr A cheap and pleasant mode of relieve the Whig Party have given up its organization

. .:' :, of the time nothing was done there being no on'the part of every member to the ing the poor has been adopted at Nashua N. in toto, and adopted that of the Know-

,tt4.. ;.o quorum. Ho is a Know-Nothing himself, and can speak PASSAGE OF THE EQUITY LAJJD DILL-The edicts of those who ruled the order ; whilst in II. The City Hall! on Wednesday eveningis Nothings. In Georgia, to some extent a

; This morning nothing .worthy of notice by the card.'il1 not all honest men agree House of the private meetings of the leaders, it vas a similar state of things exists. One ,of &u
f Representatives on Wednesday, be cleared out warmed and and
to lighted,
e transpired, with the exception of the rejection with him that this, the merest political engine zrrangll'for ojjice and a cOlllilluaI jighl for the I leading editors ill this State holds ao o&e*
ai i; of the b'il for the admission of Oregon into is more i.incd;: ) to the political liberties i, passed the bounty land bill which had previously sjw'ds.; Depend upon it, my dear everybody invited to come in, paying twentyfive Ly authority" of the Know-Nothingtand

.,.qU! the Uni.xi, and nt noon the Senate adjourned I of the than other which has ever1been 1! been adopted in the Senate. We infer Sir, it will be a forry day for the South when cents fur aJtn$ ion. Speeches will be several others are as anxious to get into the
country any
.: .i. The House at two 0'c 1 oc k this 1 morning by the report that it has been amended in she :ibandons her -lf to the arms of Know made by any one who is moved to do so, and same category. But we do not charge that
a'1 est'iblishedhere: J" Let the people of FloriJa i The order the North is We hare
'Jr amendments at compi
greed to the5ctlah's to some form, but not very mnterinlly; and that Nothingisin. will he if anybody is inspired. Whigs are Know-Nothings. personal
listen to the following revelations of ed of IHl.n110 .seceders from alltiesblind songs sung the There are
bill to
.:rrf 4 Chi and, Diplomatic striking out the a the Senate will concur. Should the Presid.ntsign >!> arc par- knowledge contrary.
. Tariff clause. Know-Nodiing who has been mi-led!" advocates of all kinds of isms-men Kxow NoTiiiMiisM ix COURT-COMPB- in Virginia, and in Georgia, thousands of

A' resolution offcrinf; a'volo of thanks to But I write to say, that if KnowNothiiigbe the bill, it may be considered that the of no 'fixed ,principles utficl>.H''krf'S and suckers. TE>CV OF JuHOtts. The trial of McMahonwas Whigs, who hate Know. othingi.am, its secret

'Ji; ; Speaker Boyd prodjced some discusaion, I.e what the recent revelations at Albany homestead and general land, distribution The frees>oil platform and the doctrine I commenced this morning. The prisoner machinery, its horrid oaths, its bitter proscription

. \. Mr. Hunt lining of-poted it. It was, however llJO\\: to be, I am not a Kno\\- otllill ,al(1 fflUiemes are indefinitely-: postponed. The vote of the abolitionists i is the only) creed hero being a Catholic Irishman, his counsel its fanaticism aud anti-Republican

j 1l ,.adopted I! nhno unanimously. must regard thai order as more iniimltothr. was ]3.; yeas to 3D nays-an overwhelming .I which they have in common ; and the /'$lilu.I thought it advisable to question the jurors ism, as they hate the worst type of tyranpr.
',:t The Senate's amendment) to'th'j Post Office lions f the South hart no drallicrfoes than These will be found the sid*
; jiuiilical; liberties of thi cory than any rn'jor lJTh( bill gives 1X acres to every I called in relation to their feelings toward foreigners men fighting on .
:.:1; ; Appropriation bili're'jiMrir.g prepayment Jfj other that has ever brcn Uthl'islicd here. in the Know Nothings of the Ji'orth. and their connection with the Know- of the Constitution, and the principles of ths
'l jMistrtgn; in all caees after the ht of January. Kf1ow- ut1l Jgi I1 which, when 1 first made! i person sorting our wars not less than 14 Nothing organization. Without a formal de- Declaration of American Independence, when
1S5G. ,was coucuircd. in." days sinco 1790, as well as to thoso who JCDCP. l..oRl (.-IN the Massachusetts the issue is presented. No party tactics, DO
P.{:j its nrquaiabmccc, was a mere union of men | ci!ion that j persons belonging to that oath-
:!/"! ; An attempt was mado to get Up the (l.ill of all shades of opinion upon inferior questions were engaged in Actual battle for a less period House of Representatives on Tuesday morn bound secret organization are, from that connection politicallegerdemaiD, no threat and no bribe

;;1. prevent ing foreign paupers, criminals, ort iabine to eiure: the great object of he repeal of tlw'' -tho widowsnd minor children to receive ing, a remonstrance was presented against merely, incompetent to act as jurorsin can stifle their patriotism, or buy their cttsciences.

- t |>erftns, coming to thh'country. A debate Naturalization Laws, and which oaght the the benefit in case of the death of the the removal of Judge Loiing, for tho reasons a case between tho people and a Catholic .-Federal Union.
't ensiled which, touched oft Khow-Nolh- refuge of 4 eere only to itself againbtdemagogneiMii the course pursued the
foreigner court
by
I > y protect ,
J Jir so t-ntUK-d. Tho benefits of the act assigned by other petitioners for his removal TOLKHATIO MASSACHUSETTS.
" person RELIGIOUS in
laid
J ingism, but the bill was fina'ly on tho : has now become the wrest po- counsel 1 and triers, in the making up this panel
: table.The utica CIIlillc-an instrument of torture, by are extended also to the widows of the officers ," and referred to the Committee on appeared to be ;In effect equivalent to a recognition The Boston Bee of Thursday says:

:: t, '. report of the Committee of Confer.. which affir-MCn, or manyt it nutltert not which and soldiers of the revolution, aud t: some that subject It is signed by 940 gentlemen, of that principle. Mr. Townsend, "In the house yesterday motion of

?" ,:' cneo ,on the Navy Appropriations Bill was. attempt to force: fctlotc-citiicns:, who hate others. including Charles Jackson, Edward Everett, for the prosecution, in answer to the objection Carey, of Ipswich, .an order was passed ia-

FJ'; : concurred in. The Bill makes; a clear approp'riation brn deceived into joining them, to vote for the Lawrences and raised, by Mr. Beach, did not concede structing the Committee' on Constitutional A-v
: for the Ocean Mail service but ami Benj. Humphrey, many mendments to report a bill to prevent ROOM:
whom whom
they .please njiiiit: : theyplease. A b'Ji tionised. that the obligations of the society would necessarily
: about the Collins steamers !leav.ing other of the most influential men. They "res I Catholics from holding an office under '-
and l
trfl says nothing Tho directions denunciations The Columbus Times the prevent a member, as a juror, from
with the President to continuethe says Whig party submit that the removal of ,of the State of Massachusetts. ,
"'r. I optional which were hnt to various members: of our of tlie North is i abolitionised.! Admitted. But pectfully a Judgeby returning a just and fair verdict in a case like government
::4 ;" cpproprifttjou j to tine or not. Ids'generally .. Logiilature with regard to,the election of Mr. what better can l IKJ said of( the Democratic; address to the Executive, for an act don "( the present, yet, to a certain extent, ho acquiesced How strangely thii sounds side by side wittthe
i t thought that it will be continued.At Seward (whose eternal nigger talk and higher in the views Mr. Beach following extract from a letter written"ty
party of the west, in view of the recent Sena- by him in another capacity, and not prohibited expressed by ,
1}tLl Inlf-pasl (.lcv by an infringement
;,1:, die ,report of the Committee: of Conference on mon truus and outrageous beyond anything upon dangerous, liable to defeat the ends of jU$. 11 could have entertained the
tho Civil and Diplomatic l \!\ was concurred the kind that I remember. Why 1 would which. the Times responds This can of the Judiciary, and is not within tice ; and one that should bo carefully-guarded apprehension that the Constitution (rIZDS4

'.o 1; in.: When the. Roll waa ca'lcd )fr. Renton sooner go to Russia and live under its blunt bo said : The Nordiorn Democracy were the jnst and true interpretation of the constitution against, in cases especially'where the life or Convention \ I had the honor to :*"

f tho ij- \iolwitly protested, rgninst his name 'being despoil" titan submit tuyjmlitical! to inch beaten in the recent Senatorial elections in Massachusetts.." liberty of a Catholic foreigner is involved. might possibly endangerthe reilgiocs'W
tff;1At, *vlled'an<'saiJ, that the proceedings were iI.l secret tyranny. I notice in one of the oathsof the West, by a fusion of Whigs, Know-Noth Troy Budget, Saturday Ec ning. of any ecclesiastical ,society,certainly i l *ol

t H-jnl,4iuJ; he would'not nuswcr, n81 l U wns a die order, as read at Albany clause requiring and abolitionists f:7'fhie:: Anti-Know Nothings in New never, have placed my signature it ,r
.T violation and *ecration of tho Sabbath, &c"I1Jucb' tho support of members of die ordor ings ; but in every instancethe THE NORTIIF.R P.L.\TFoRM.-The Connecticut ANECDOTK OF Wcara.D *d

, exeiteoicnt ensued ia the midst of of the second degree" *' for all |political olKces candidates of the Democracy were true Yoik Legislature are throwing down the Whig State Convention.remarks the stcr used to relate that in a suit.he tee .

\\'hicb'thc Speaker plnyfully asked the Doorkeeper ,"'which I am quite, sure is a dexterous interpolation to tho South aJid fell fighting for the Nebraska gauntlet to their opponents in the Assemblyby Charleston Mercury, held at Hartford, on'the eighteen dollars for a vast amount OtW r

to put him 'out Tb* proceedings, ; .certainly such a requirement is Kansas bill and die Fugitive Slave law. the introduction of resolutions directly an- 28th, passed resolutions endorsing American but afterwards Was employed in an .

t however, were, orderly, and die House adjvurocd. directly, at war with die political freedom It amazes us that in the face of the notable agonistic to their creed. A proposition was principle, including in that principle the similar,case, and received a' fee offiT ibkl

% at noon which is the greatest pride and blessing of the fact that the Democratic offered on Friday for amending the Constitution doctrine of protection to American industry, and dollar, thoogblM && tbd**. <
American citizen. party at the Northis the effect "Hint declaring that the repeal of the .Missouri that he had prepared the first c25 .' ,', '
to following :-
; FX.OBIDA RAILROAD ConrA-r.-We nfgtcctcd Let me beg-you to.direct public attentionto die only political organization tha 'has pretended every Compromise had put. an end to all compromises : -

: J in eur last iue to statothat, die annual these shameful developments in order that even to.make opposition to the swelling mule citiz.en of the age of twenty-one years, on the subject of slavery ; expressing a IHsease .C.' LlTfr.,

p, clectio-for J) rcctor! of this Company was the cause of true American 'Nationality mayherescued1from flood of abolition fanaticism whicli- has who shall have been a citizen for ten days, : determination to resist, by, all constitutionalmeans lfr'wh" \\h"eelebrated Dr.Boah dS6t$ '.

;;. )Ueld .ia this fcUee on die 22d of J February, the destruction which such a recendy swept over die Northern States there and an inhabitant of this State one year preceding the.adrnissiotyuto the Union of more drupa wa. '... be ii.I.USUd'<ru

: I when;Hon. I). L Voice! I. II. Bronsbn, policy) is sure, for a lime at.least, touring upou should division '; : any [election, and fQr ,the l last four Slave States ; expressing' disapprobation :of which the nPerWlWe".Dd oi4AF'1 !
be
Oeorg .R F.ir i3u'ki.\' II. Cole". Joseph U.. f Any ,at the South,as to the the course of Isaac Toucey in the United M every, 1co fl.01:: lPiWt'11 ',
( omegan, T..0. lIowel.Jobo'parsons, B.' M.D A 'OW-NoTniXO, wrvoitAernENMzsi.iDr 'party most worthy of Southern 'support.,: months resident of the county where he States Senate ; condemning the. veto of the ana ZCMM of tboM wt*>'in3nlg IeJ. iaituo08ltqaor the**.UN""P-Tk .,
\ '.. C \v..er. qjficfed Directors And .diat have may offer l hiS vote.shall be entitled to vote." River and Harbor and French Spoliation'bills ; iwy b.lifts scE JL.
i U..< ; ,, now we answered the Swlh- cause of eoodaet, which lst lMa kJI *t* l j2
fw.thc. year.40,'r thnietig.ttobthold- 'A..lftLtfrom WAshington mentions a ro ern Recorder, will it respond,to.V query7JrVm. And resolution" 31-also introduced de. by:the President; approving the, Connecticut Creq 7ai.th. i.*ft..c the I r.c,frP"

crAp Ac bud of, Direttort'-mjjamied, f rte mo'r that*the proffered offer of:mediation hasbelntenfetl us 1' Wiry were the! Northern Democracy I daring' e.rol'eting of persons in secret to deprirp Prohibitory law,an4 declaring the administration ,. humaq'..:bea derMfH sfrigbtful
'" hrtlI ..D L Yfalee.ei President, of' Pruiidiiorce to bo such to tmU- catalogue if dis4as-. 4 iC >
r, e11 ., ., other. of their rights citi. 5
.r TSnftedtat's rwenf geUt&wl persons as at-
t. .1 '< O Great'Bri r fetfed'lrf:fte 'ttt1n any ; to 0. .w' '
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to th 'wi'vI l'.uiI! WWIW.Wnud! rcsut Frrnch -' ; -c: -._ ?
lcw Itortlcnltcrc'aBi Florlenuarr. UHITE& STATES MAIL '
OSILuuiidaybyLp.: Rl
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822 Fom A4&II1tj, rine .14.irc tkeOrot. Abe ?
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Three fourth?rf Lear Abe
Biiilet.tO'jafoiaatrAd Spriflff A
O"H nn >tum.!! f e hefr seat in efeceasLl POST Omcr PrrA )' yatapmj ? r
,, |,esd of | a France by N. Vnnor.a, HortiaiJtar- ,, T trrr, cocsvcb:.. .- iArrire at West Wiutpn mme elmr by ,8 p m.
Dr.'UonuV jrreatwoii*.) 12 1855. \
liver.See pHrcliaslT( 'will be cWul to nik'fir. Dh. Jf- -Florist. Pqris. T January J J"OROPOSALS taTs *msviUe Friday ILl 4-p a: 6847 ;from Veruou ta St AuJrc *a -Bay. 4imil sand with BJe$ arprapfcaai rstu AMe trt a..M. ; -
rjf f> carrying the mailiibf U e United Arpr at Fort :
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Butler Lack
next clay by 7 nee a wcC. Sw
I CinvmnTED LTVKB. Prixs stud tabwine else LADIES and Gentlemen are r.iperu1 JL States from '1st I of July, 1855 to the tOtb pin ; I. Bit4hon14I :: 'peyiee
L' day IveFvBtjtr.Thuy Lee Yen.4ja at 6 .
at 8am. ; Friday a rn : utricIy aceosding to the Idurtli.cuwu. a.4 .
ii of thin l le
Till be loan
piirporUns Liver Pill. inspection fblflsl.luI
re i > r ? of June. 1859. indaMTe, in the State of FLORIDA ; Arnre at
There lay AilanmvUle'next day bf'l 2 ra.6SCS Arrive at St. Andrew's Bay *otn day 8
M'Lane's .- llee'! of choice hruhs by pin then. ittb. IairsU & / $ ..nk.
tefjre in* publie. Dr. Liver Pill, also on anil rare PlunK will l be received the Contract 'fl5ce of the From F""*"" 4 """" "*P"* fc ;
Post
W at Aowta
() l*** **'' Vermifuge, can now be had tpetab1e all re- Bub.) Hr>. 1s. Ac, Caipellia Janowea.20 kinds very Office in the of Wal jnjrt until back to Jtoiuosaesn, 12 mil and ; aid if the rts Jpr 14 W the lowest;eftVeiJ ft* the *
Di-partmcnt. city n. 8 twice
) is Stores the United State and Cnji. d<> ,il le. Rhododendron. Aralv' IVonv Tre s. am'' Peo- a week. Leave St Andrew's Bay Saturday sL ft a ra ; advertised service.'tfi other ,t4. be ItIZi.id.T.II .

Drug 1 ot flqnts Perptl1 ROt1t( O'fI Rut's, Iar ch"ee; p. m. 10th April. 1855, (to be decided by the SOU L'ave Augusta Wednesday and Saturday at 8Arrive Arrive Yemon same day by 8 p in. if the alterations'jin! Mspd tec* ..... .? _y .

,. Fir $ftle' *tlv11 the Drugstores inTaUliaeeta Fniit Tr os. n pood mmrtmrnt of choice Grape Viias, sfied.April 1855,) on the routes and in the times herein am ;at 6843 From Milton, by C-vou'Uel JiaUuuwnllt. Ala. postmasters and citittM iatrta& oru tL y ahall --, j.

which offered for sale. Horoosaisa same days by 12 m ; and Fort Cra'wford, to Sparta, 70 lullea and manifrttlr riIbt'and proper. *
A < iu Town in th Sjuth. are now appear .. -
on* ? "Ky every
Mt Leave IIonio
Ciddtrt ore rryurft'd la rtainine carefully tlirin- R sa Wedne-eJar and back once a week. ther.sbos&tbobU.54rbat.t4
3. 1355. _.!w Store nxt Dr to T. P. Randolph', and opposite Saturday 14. .. f.rinaj .
March : Uie Sent in fl 1 OflW.March'l sIi.clivn', finni vfprvptaal,
( h'S5. lw 1J( Arrive at Auguta same days by (J p m. An ive nt Sparta next day by 6 p Hi; ho. '1h. ronte.' t. asvsiec.2stl ; te ,. .

Hems. 6S01 From Charleston. S. C. by Jacksonville, FIa. 824. From MeleneU-z, hy Cedar tree, to Fort Dade, Leave Sjnuta Friday at 8 a ru; \ name sod resUene*of jthr Udder, and thba* of
: t Sfcip' 880 Agents Wanted Mandarin. Magnolia Mills, Middleburg, PKJOlatn 21 miles and back, once A week. Arrive at Miltou next day by 6pm. member of a firm, where a cftmpanj- flbra.-stesilctto: < '

( aod Orange Mil U. to 1 ilatka, 3W wile* Leuve Melendez Saturday at 1 p ra ; 6849 From Milton by, Eat Uiver and AljiqnatoUcliee .li-tinetly stated; aW. th* itx le of em 4ta Mi'-ittlt ;
OF ST.
PORT MARKS. One for every County in thcJSunny South, to soil the Arrive at Fort Dade aatu'e'day by 8 m- Anna 8 mile acid back be in tended '
and back, twice a week. p uoec aweek. higher rood than horseback { .Taw ***ik -?

ARRIVED. most EplendiJ H'story every pub'-sbed. entitled Leave Charleston Tuesday and Saturday at 3 Leave F.rt Dade Saturday at ? a m with due eeleHty.wrfaiJity, ao t ecuiilj.".wwttcsi .

TDENEW WORLD Arrive at Mdeodn.** day by.'ljl m. Leave Milton Wednesday at 6 a m ; to inilh-ftK the tu4xl of CvcT yaoc ,. wfli ecostit U -
P.BJ; .
F TsV. 8St4 amOiip 'flP. .Ciriens, from New 6325 From Kcvr rUI,. jVjngfiJd, to Bay Port. An ire at Uehee. Anua neat 10 '
An ive ut Jacksonville tv-xt days by 12 m ; Friday by ,ttird. -: -
ert.I I
r 8rrail m !ze, etc. In two TnJrtmes bonndin one J5 milt awl :
back,4
Leave Jackaouvilla Wednesday and Sunday al12m >ure a week. pm; li. Bidders arereqiiesf T t oai.a far at ]

r.Jltrc'i 4 Suatner iLj J
-ith U. S. mi W. R, Petti rWe-tt from prp ( ntin? thi work to the public, the pnblislierf Arrive at Pdatka next days by 6 a. m ; Arrive at Bay Port sjmi day br 12 m ; Arrive at Miltuii next Mouelay by 6 p tn. pierttTnt. write otlni-ruIIth.sumcf tW bid* -t t/'
New OrlertnU Leave Port
Scbr. fl *. lH iiev tint thov) : re '>pplii; a nrinrrw. Leave Pilatka Monday "uud Thursday at fc B.iy Snttiniar ul 1 p m ; Bid fir e.eiui.svttkly serxice will b* considered. and to retain evpies? of them. *-' ? i iend
bbls. vir, 38 e.isVs baron, 55 bb' Arrive
Pierceville
-\ 14' me* the) want ofiliicli jinslwen) lot Wt by the reading a m ; at same bv 7 p IB. No altered bid CUD W eonsldorsd, and no bide ceW- '

v 1 lOhbds. fuzar, -21 l>Ik ini-Us"s. 25 bUs p. pomtiuivtv: nnd pcialy! l>y the por-pfc at large. Xitiir > Arrive at Jacksonville next days by 5 a m ; 6826 Prutrt llomosa-sa, byCrx 'tal River, to Long 6850 From Pensaeola. by Btikeh* Ala, to Mobile suhniitted? l nit be witMraWri." tEach

* 4H 1 fl' !
"'jr. 5 h.if.i 27 Uii. Leave Homona FiiJax
ci at J n Leave Pi-nxaeola
m '
tlieroiiirJftenudfxtiMidrdvi w iifrxriEn Amr a m ; ; daily at 12m, prr -
30 bbK whiskey. 2'J' lulf d
Ibis. pork. 10 1 '. jniiVi ee, 2 IJi K Fxj ar, G keiT* Lnve I 'ng Pon-l TIiurdav at 6 a m Leave. Mobile daily at 7 a w "
Welnka iuxited. ;
vxeciitMn of llw bm>k are eutirt-lv iitw ; the arrange Kids t<> extend to nre ; State of-. aiidrstfcd Scaind As- -

J r3. to MeSaiisrht .t Ori.ii. 5 bbli fl'nr. 4 ?ark< niriit 'f I tin1 V.1T'i.b'2 Eni.ij>.iT.i l'isasa next Tlty by 12m. Arrive at I'ew'acula next day by 2| a m. ViVant Potmrter Oeneral." Contract Offle'ttd stby -'

piToe. 12 LViis v.-M-.oy.: t. LMiha'ii & i'.tlmer. HM 4 r.t-j*--cliM-i ti.I i'tbl heads Ztt'I] the f iilxli\i-inij of these tie Rixer, Mineral! ; Splines, Columbus, Madi UtJ11extf; t nd U> Clay Lamling; will be eonsij 6551 From Pen acula to Warriwgtou, 9 miles and jfl.p/. not by. or tn.'an atrent. Sid pnstinMt rav 1

C,59111 bacon. 14 bbU. ch-v! 2! faA* culler, 2 IWlr t enelitsepniposals (of Ivtters of aftj Liud) ii> t.r

J, to P. 1C. B.liley So Co. bi-5ij! pri'M'i, 'edvi5! it i i'* thought. mnlxC itf lmsi-e 1VJ maUs aiul hack, twite a week. 527 Front T.inipn to Manajce, 42 miles and back Lee IVn.icoU daily at 3} a u ; quarterly return z *- .

CLEARED.Feb. s u1r v ftlue ns a b
.' 23.-SteamsVp l'nnip"-, G-IZCDJ, for Key a clear au J aduraUknow K.je! tf in.-ral btury 7 p iu ; L-ive Airive Taiijii at Mtuate: l'hurciay at C a m ; Leave Warringf daliy nt 7 a in; to th*> dvpnrtmcrt by or before the 1st of July. 18U--

UVtt, with U. S nii.il anti ALSO Anixe at Tallitlatec in 48 hour, by 7 p m ; >; n.t day l.x 12 mLi ; Arrive at I'uisacola bnn.e day i by rn a m. but tMi sTie must b* romiai>cd'i.n tb<. mail dsmi
paseenpcts.M
2S.1ir.Vd I Levy. New OrIrani Leaxe Tallahassee SunJay anJ eonesJay at axe Manatee IV;:J.ty at 1 I p"m ; 6552 From New Orlftns. La, by I'tr.4ieula. flit, next after tliat.datewhHUr the eoMrgt> bt 'rnc- .

THE OLD WORLD. Sum Arrive al Tampa: next day by 4 p m. Apalacliie, St. Marks, Cedar Key Tampa ted or not. Xo pr..pneiti'in for transfers will be I
to Port A Mel. with 2" Iu1: (- c.itt-vi, CO !bil'* ; eo* --.
eotton vnrn. 23 cafs t1"wC'l 1" bM* fi>*. tmpontiii.- In t'-i, vi-lnincs l-o mid in on*. Arriv it Jacksonville in -18 hours by 3 a m : 6328 From. buck Tampa to Old .Tampa Bay, 30 miles and and Manatee, ti Key West, 1 IHXJ miles sIdefeil until the contracts are eienitcfl i is chit fat* '

VI 2 bbls. nn: ll bbe.! Main! ou1, 4 bb'.s. v ruiih, tu BV HEXRY IIO\YAU: > IUIOWNELL, A. M 6303 From St. Augustine to Piculata, 18 miles aud Leave once a Wei-k. and U-ck. txxice a oiui.tl. in ttenmbor.ts rvcciyed ct the department ; and then ndlniri-

5uULII-kL back: four times a eek. Tampa Mon-lay nt f a. m ; Leae New Okaus on the luili and 24th of fri* will b allowed tinfek >oo f and wfRfeiti KOBffJBVslB- *

( .IfljiItflV nn neci Lnt 4f the foundation., ]ir v rvid Leave St Augustine and WeelncsdaAat Arrixe at Old Tumpa Bay same dar bv Cpm each month ; tbetfir given tobe determined the tlepatl-t :
4 Steamer Ja pr, ITeir, for New Oilcans, \xith df ''Mits '.f th* nio-t ivlrbrutcd! Kinpiref, tstntesurid Sunday are Ly,
; Arrive at Key West on the 2f( h snd 4th .
U. S. mail. .i p ; X.ti', fr. the eailu' i I I Old '
ic. 'tu t jvii.id to the procnt -ave Tampa B.sy! Tne' 1aj at 6 Leave West .
i ; < a rn Key on the lOLL and 21th
March' 5.-Sebr. Kat1 S'uirt. M: tlicw ti S"riVi Arrive at PicolaU! same days by 1 p m and Jp > ; e.1eacJi Itf. roJmasfers at offices on or'near raiTnxaela. but
init----'t th.ir III'I Arrive
if feI at
I eIfl.'ICM $ tVIiItISib q Tampa nme d.iv bv month
Wskl. An lei f ru .*. C-v JCw V4 ilc. \utli 9:3 \< \\> fcottea. 1 m ; p m. ; nr-re than eehtr roils from a station. wiTT.ImnTediatt- '
1 on H'i.ivii7.iiti"i| -.iul: tiiofiimlcttlf niejt of 5829 From Tampa, KcimedVi
< jmhtc.il by feti.re, to Ichej.u.fcwa. Arrive at Nexx (Orleans the 20tli and 4tlu
Picolata and at G on after the K'th of il next their disfp
Ltaxe Tbui'dny ,
52 cai I t'us' S s bbo. rwsiu, 104 bids, 1 : i< !.ili"ii- tiU th'-ir )jiresetit )la-i". Monday o ...a, 3v miles ai&I back. ouce a wci.k. ly Af report exact -
-" box aa1 1 fllt-t. ti S'ltvlry *. ui aud 12 in ; INSTRUCTIONS.Foim tarie'e >m the nearest station and Low they ire othrwo'csilpplied -
p.'run Th IM the Lc.
of
ive Tampa
'v KM itnnjMi"- < >nijiUtc Liali-ry niurviay at 7 a m
At i ix-e at St. Augustine same cays by 11 a m ; /ief ( with the ir.fttl. ttf enable ifia' POAmastrr (-
cftt pr.pit no aJvtrts'temeit
IN PJRT.l3irk rfiani/ffrrm
VESSELS \V .iJ! in l 1.iir tiiiiit'iib'tiind! in tt-u. Anive al Ithepuckfaa; samu day br Cpm
: and! 5 p n- if the buM General to dliect a niaJI-ncesatnger anpplr.
L'e'veUvn. Shsrrntti.Brig. The vh.incti-t- tif' tinilla>.ir..tii'ii* in thse %ilj'nei ; conteinptatrtl bg -r.I -.
6804 From 1'ilaika: by ( rnrjrc S.iin] Orange from tl e 1st of July n xt. "
nrc Wetumpk.t. K-rky. Rain-vi. Murriy. WllflCfay! at 7 a ra county ; !
Laic Silx'i pr'nr; O ai.i. C .mi JrarJ.An ; 20. Section I 18 of nn act at Crtrrr.sui arrha
S.'iuu \V. It. iVtllt: rae- hai, v\rr I L fii hcttt'ifnr., lifinij, from ilc'i ; Airive at ti> mnv, the znhs! trim
Scbr. W. 1L 11.izz4rJ, J r*. attempted u-tn. I Pi. rri-x'ille. M I iiz. iati d! FortTajl'.r Taiipa same day b) 6 p m. prip.e y July 1, 1845.f rovides th.nt enutrAds fr thn.ni'porfoioitif
TIt by IJ )IID W-ilIin and 6530 From l6s:;. to June 30.iV.. route N".
Djil.'y, S, IVirplvr EL- 1'-L.-pnk.si.93: to Jernyaa 52 miles and in from
etL:
t4iTamj a, it3ia..e-: unJ Ijaek, twice the mail stall! l Ut' let.'in everycase.'totkelowtftbidder
rci.Mir cxiLoiirn, (ei-'pt thv' F'iait.) with fruioilif back i i.i.t. a wee-k. to agieeaUy: ti> the advertisement if '
wk.Lctv n.h-iiur siifT.nt for; faithful
( to iiiinciilFerftii! ) tiiitt. tin.t" niI ur. f<> n i In itnjuit a I/eai c klIaprk'.siF3 Fridiy al 6 the Poslnuster jeiieral. C"TIRVILLE LfliJ.E.cIru.try ) e* PiLtka Monday! ail: Thursday nt 1 a m ; arce, without ether reference to"tie mode of suefattrnriportation
I .1 oL'-c rst'a1-1a1ct! > t< \\ t-fl]\ ii rIL-U.-.1 ;pain'-! ". Ariiv.- .ItTir-.i-i! u.-\t d:iv'by 12 in by the foll'jwmjj mode yE c.uIvevzIIce, vsz: 1
;
} 17th Iet5 then Le to far
) i'Itttv''I ilx< arpiinttd fioni uc\v :uul! ).;tfl.1s.] .nutpe a tn ; Lrn-r Jer.iuran S.itur.j.iy at m fur the annual sum of may necessary provide '
i.ixt WcdncwLij and Satur- lp ; the 'Jn celerity certainty nnd of stub *
Arrixe at T.impa security trsr.s
Anuthrst 1m V>ten i nr Tt.n ; j
.il-i'H'.j jiapi-rof' fxtzu: pnck.t>aii ntxt day by dollars.Tliis "
Another Hrnt'it-r' IJHS tx-en tr.inf.-nc I. tinli dy l.y 4 p in ; 6pm.6S01 poft.itions. Under this i"aw a new rfecrfptii of bill! '-
pie. : liy u i.n i |K r1LII.'tIey.: and cuininioi* nvi 2.M,o i Fioin Mtll.-nxille: to Jcrui an, :SO ruiies! arid proposal is made with full knoxtlt-dce of the
vf de tli. frvni lii) f.rtb'y! :ii'i-u.tvI.! to nn i'li'timl otiivo.ll L1I\ ] Leave Tampa Monday and Thutday at 2am distance has l been reeeiveeL Ttiorsnot specify a mode cfconreyanct -
nunii-4'i'i-J iiii. iJi\tiriti<- 1 eu1.! ii ( '1 !tr.&% l.ek. rr'e a the routithe weight t-f I Ihe mail In be carried '

one. Our) HM an J nic'ij'jlXI1! F ) \L WKST jMnnjmrus. '-| i'j:;', )b.. .nl in; cnibi-svd til.uk: ia''n>cji> l 1iiL'-r bind- ; Lcive Mellonx'ille! Tu'stlay 12 m !, au-I 1 all uth-r iiaitieulart: I ii. refi'rei.ee to lie r.utennd -. but en flgos to take the entire mail each trip
Aitixeat Pilatka ucxt Widurnlay and Satur ; with celerity, and security twhu* the tejmof .
vrta'iity.
14 iiiest in any 4f.ur "irtlilyjllitC Ath..tih! n; with) tipj..d| wuikis.j Arrive it Jeriii :m .icif d.iv l bx 11 p ; the law. These bid' st\Ted. from the
( VfHt)! |b< vtrimeiKT.I I In" B'lVi i' .f <;Jihi in v.-ty j 1'n jnfii of .-oerjy an 1 bii-in s tad, i1ff< r<= anI |ji m.Pr..p".iaN Jjtf.ive J 'miir.-n \\VIiH-s.biy at"7 a in *lru'-tioi4a aud mpireintbto attueLed to the aJveitiaemenL : are DMUTherin
Silver will;:i be ; Txl.iih dew nated the books ot'ihi'dt-
omit *
-
to F1uing they are on *
early lT< an' wf }ut< tIt, be-t ri*'>tis to li'Jic\r I unjt' r.ilfd! t'liafii'c ti J a IT 'il-l 1 b'l tinbv u'Ui j conJ Airive at MV.IotiviHe! samt/>!:iv bv 4pm.6SC2 ,
Le treI l hut iiara )?rt tt '\i-(c'ti-' ith j ii i i1 Lt 1i firara J ,!.'i-d. paitirrnf, *//if lld? and they will ietApstruesl aaprox
< : < ( : p< ai: f"r th.-ve iinjKiitautkoik-*, \vliich ari- si.U Fi-'tn TaUahi-- ) Ncxv Prt "to Dated
nwiiey by Marks
6S05 I'lotn IVaikn, 1. \\-1kt. Yol'J-w, and Hnter- t. M. iilirr! ; far tie) entire nvaiIA rf Ivy*, and < /
; 'rtl l A'i-1 w1v ji-t.! ? \Vln! j }
l.iry. mourn < we
< vn1by iib'iriptii.n.1'.r 23 m.rs ami! baek. thr tinie (Signed;
jiiil I i-C, to *!l.1'iIIVI'i] I lwJtnK-n: and Lack v a txock.LeaeT.i'.l ) ttrr may br tlr nude, vf c .++yane neresary to iarf.tnrt .
b'iti'ibh mgf. ln liii PS
iiipiu >rv- nricaif <
< over p-u tieur adl'tWH I '. !ie.'i-e Monday, We 4'k. i-i Meiimboaf.J ncBiay i'x erlfi ity. andttci'rity?
let u' a's' remPuiWr, the iuoiiue ta us, be vo n1 irroily. DAVIliN) it WENTWOUni, N<"v York.Mnrch i'itr ii v'i Fndfly at 7 a ra TLc underipiifd, refilling at -, Ftate of- rcr'finty
; *
J..-.'; 1'il.r.ka M"mby ath a w ; In flit!! c*se< where the lowest fjrnde of service i,believed *-
It). lt<55. 5w 10 Arrive .t SL !. .t:k, satre days by 1pm -, uiyKrrtnke tk-it, if the foregoing bid for carrying *
Anixe i MtlloiixuV: 1-y 11 a m ; to be'snfBcient. ihe lowest bid will be ae ?
fl lvtt That tli ddn l of lira anJ fn nil mxtiy ; eptirti
>t> in ? our LC..XISi.. M.nks the mail on route No. ho acctpted by" the:
il iIi lie* tlul.l. irtt. thiu'Irn L HX e Mcili'n% jilt Tin s-Iiy at 1 p tn ; Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat if dnly guaranteed, in.preference toa '. star"orspetji.When .
'I".Iu :
o
paiteij i Airixe I'llutka next lay 3 m.IK 'I l
at by
the li** of.1 l 'it 1 and a' cptaMi$ ns.-tntr. j p Arrive at T.iiliih.-ifsee 1 day i'f Ji.Iy. lfc&5. 4r ft? soon thereafter) as be.
sane days
by may
Wclak inxitef1.CSuC p in. the lowe LiM; t Is not starbfd.ann >nC *
!< to roiiunence" at : are a B>
Jiis.d( Tht w f.-I.e.I--y: I:nient the "' -iitrrib.-t has io -iveil two t-t.r _ 0533; : From T.iIi.ih--; *, bv Mi .v.itie, to Hiu.Ler1llil liter iiito | tii4 rfiinlred ubli ntiun to perfoim the pe ;

# : t .,4.'i 1.' -reuveil rnlh a 4.1 fiioi ie1s-l ..i.o'jr ftrI 1_ stipt-rior S-\L.V OCTAVE I'u1 () ..- fliiifl KIOIII Ijilojirit to New Jjmynia, 10) u.ic! !. 2"! mieand! Lack, txxice a week -e-rxiee propo-ed. wnh gi'.wI\ am! sufficient sureties.Thi rithrr nt nr' le cr. nn inadfyvatejiioiltuf conveyance; .

s'- r.ipiy! an 1 e1)1ok-nc!) e acc ptoeh ?but scf&eJde' fur a specific' 'If Jproposinir

t'i' M li>--> efernal gaio. He id fiee (toni tLV -the most t Uautifiil Roaewoo }, tuiJ I ) i1.7v titii ih.i1, nicj L-ave Jj.tdpiisf Tur .ed by guarantt.rs timlir the 27th the reef Uary servile _" .
Anixe nt N. w Smyina t-anm tav by C m ; Wl e'i the LLI I does! not speriff mode pfance. .
eoziwy.
:- *t firth. probably th*' ni.w-t snperior Ifl.tttitfl'titVct biouirht p ; Ar lye at Bnn\cr ITill same days bv 5 section e>f the act t/f Corg'rcsa: of Julv 2, 1SG.
thi will th U'iffil l lt b3(1 Florida.. Leave New Siuxina M.'ndiv: at 6 a m ; p m ; Dated atan whn it proposes to carry **a teordiwf t thiadvertisnort.
: -J, That Ti-ilge wear < : ( They are o/fered/ for i'ak on reanonablotcnn LCIT DmiLrr: Hill !Tue (lay and "ihursdu "
for thirty d.iv and that be I.Oiit ti \ Airnc at, Knterpii-e fame el.iy by 6 p in. ; but without such specification it will
L irii'"jr n copy j. v. ( ILO.CIIEL: ntfiain ; (sed by two guarantors.)

lie laniiiv of the 4l *!' :i Inilian Itiver, 12U inilekiiil A -five at T.vllaKis. sam days by FormifCrtl'ifsa't.Tho be considered as a proposal for horseback service. *
5pm.C831
bi< k, twice a liiontLL )! 21. A modification bid, in aoyofita 4j setiliat
b 4rqust-i t< p'i1iii > F.otn T.iLh.ivec! undersigued. i.f State of
rx-fmaster ,
to.Wnkeenah
pipers -ax-i> New Snixiin '>n the I Jt and 3d Wednoilaxs : l 18 miles and terms, is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be ri-
) r I1ORCE! ) Notice.rHIlRKBV back, t w ice a we k.Li certifies, uncl. r I.u oath ()office, that he is ae-"
oi fHfh IIMtli eeirni so as to interfere with regular comr.titioo aA.
1). W \H\KS.: Committee.JAS f'tiewarn from : ; ive Talah.is! ee ioo! lay and Wednesday quainted with the aboxe iiar nti>is, and knows tEem :
tradi-ijf. at the last honr
\ any |1Mrv1 ra Arrive at In !ian Rmr in, 6 days; ter set rreceivirg.4Wb
.. POPE, bx til*;, mi I j'tvnMf to IS. M H-nt--lv, Le-nve hIIiI.iI;i Kixer on the 2J and 4th Sntud -- 6 a in ; U be men of picptrty, ana able to make good their 22. Postmasters are to be careful not Id certify Ik* .

j : fir t the I #>,im of ':;0. Lte-d the} 'isth I : ila; e.f J F. lunatx tiV s ot eueh inoi.th Anise 8t Waukeenah same days by 12 m ; Sjuaraufee. snfliciency
O.TI.1Ci'1IALL.TAU.iI"EL, 1 3 and tliw t'i"' fir'iliy il.iy L s xe WiiukeniuhMoud. y au l Wtt-Jucsdar at Dated that they- are perxons of snfficienresp TJsibilRy'r' aftC '

Febsuary 2Tth, 1 k5. j c >:i-t.l rati; it. r, to Miauii, ISO 1 pm ; (Signed.) all bidders guarantors and SMretJo ar%iSniitH) f .'

At a S" Iitr t t 1 f> I 1 No. n. I. O f-.4 :):Ly the *:it. uu1v E'.iI1)l! ),S Iiw. iiiiu-s :.nd I I bark. m'ilit II. A -nv<* it Tall.diassc* sime days by 7 p m. The snff.cler.oy rf guarantors on propsus! may be tified lhaf.'on a failure to -i't"r fori> or pert..in li4 .- [

p. th. f .1liwit 're.ti&i atd re uiiitI1u'y KH'JiAUI) TAYLOR. Leave IiiJ.au Rarer e>n tie 1st Friday of each 6S35 F .m TL1iahiaLee. hy IVuhaden. Miell! PuintPawtKxet. certifit-d-by n ju-Ikje i.f a couit of record, and by pi'StruaKtersat contracts for the service f*>l** d for th. ap :

aiI'pt'IVuIIA : March H. 1R:5.! 9 ;t month nnd! Sopeln'pr, tn Walker, C(&> the ft-Howin flires and nout'iet tIn Md. their li-gal lip11*" i" ** tof nfthem. k1

; niie; r.nd iat-k. we a w.-ek.Leivc the Statenf I'L/JRIDA. |te.rtnlaiter, (i.fHres at .
\ 'fie &iui.stv L4t ( j'ct-t ili. ,tci'I UI.t .
ML ml in ,
Arrive i.! I r d 1 ffJ
For Io\v } ; Ta3al-avee the cotirt-huii-e t.r oniuty feat of each coiftitv; and atAp.ilcbicol.i. _. llI besubdnntially in tliC :r rheretofr3
k'j't. J n v Ii..t tii j nu f.rtli :iij J n >!>"iji >((n- York.I. Li-: x e M ami: on the 2-1 ln-.y! of -r ci mon'.l.CiO'J Wednesday at Z a m ; V* 1 1C .
Ariive it \\ aLt-r! next Iu'an,pyR.'iteile.; Caiupbcltton. Ja used in tibia departmcnt. inti,, c
Uln-.il lir.tlior j JJiOM.\S IL d-iy: by 12 ui tct.pt y
tirrt'i CUICilJj : ;
wur "J"H i-: Liz, ((1)rTII! :iti:1 hvt' i..irn.-iJjt.: /I ri e at -( 1iv'-i iii I'; d.a s. rJcnnninr*. Maii.FtrinMoelv nil iu thes .
L ave Wal'.ir at 1 Hall. Newport NewPic'.Titi particularly mcutM> instructi-es/ -
,)U Ii fi fll- UTJoTff illl $! l-.r th ab Fir frwht I'l'iRI Kex W.-1 illaUil L'O'l' TliKi Th'irMl.iy p m ;
.f1.a'e.b vi. it. ): !' anl.a't.
1.t.. !i'3iJveiYh.t ,,, i.'al1i .( flr. CttliI p .. iui.ii'.li.La' Arr >e at ril! :.!} ri'-i. !: Tampa, UcLe Anna, Ocala IMalka.Qiiucy n all rail/ond and eieambont reutca' eoramo. : Lr

IV ur .r.lt-r !u- Jt 'ajHMt-! sui 'r "i' tii 11 1 I'p-n IV.'ev'i' i- -er. by Mo'-- It-f-l.-y-! : tu the 'Wiarringtiin.Coaadiliijna kiTS will be reeyiired to deliver the mIsii "ilie pq, *
( ;lLT .1 (JJ1ON1b. .' Ki-x 'i V,st o.i I the .t!. i-f eacli ;iK.utb ,
and into all
of the routes t.,
Tdi'crrirer! to Rulltjd! ille! I In If J' offers at the ends Jnt 5-
b.itk in the
e.rrl I ; ,an- incvrptralfd ctmlracts lolex'ent j
iiifjiMT, l-i'i.uJiiilly: we Luve LuSt u fiicu oi.cea gni
>iftd
Ntw1-wirt. Jan. 13, 1 a5.%. 2 A.ii-e sit .Vui.i l-y ti! ; I luih ; ilinte offices not more than eighty lods ,
TX- t-k. Size j-ojt frol
< t' w! (! ; d'j-nritnrnt dteinprope
: ur > ( a \v.ir-y : a'II -- Leave Mia'i ion tin-; 1 H'ihftrfh! nviitli tniy -

2. ir< 3 3v -itli tiu..iy 'cp hu For Charleston. Ariixt- Key \\ t'i4 by th-A 21ti.! ; Bid !ers vii\\ s'ate the distance and propose a 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each Intermediate the railroad Present landing.contractor. ned known-at., th-* -; J

; t.. rliio lir; rv oo-uiali-iu \\e firlCtiJ 0310 Fni'ii NexMivi;rji'i'! )by r'oit Cimk. Wai Lun -rL'a.l.! office: when not otherwise} specified.C assorting the 24. persons
Bri3 .,ArOHN! i- >.'y ]o .in.an..] n.ust. equally with niIers.rrr'trr) guarantor -
: 6337 Fr m Sti'U-pii'B to Fi'iholloway 20 and there i it department, f
1.4 irP.t : !flivirs I THE n.sis mails but vj railroad and etca"-tt routes
tie. ilic.- lteliinL.t..iI, .1-1J Nton.. t' ; substanfial-' ,
I'l jhitib for the atune Y..r nopy. nnd certificates of A ir sufficiency
p"it.rr birk. xwrk.ave *
Jie-i'r, Tliit: we tL.epivf pviarn bi 1 *s Ooala. 57 .,..Ii.< a'id! Uick, t'XKe a xxeeknly niff a t to be no more del.iy than id ulficicnt for an exchange above serilied. The ceitijScaxea of J r
f sri.-k4.fl: iji'winit ]lu p-at ui llaiiaie| of inaijlitxnlfi ( | ,: \Va:: huat.i ic I 'u this r'luiii I>- JJliilrpica Monday nt 5 a m ; of the mail bags. ly in >rms prf
MN.1'.UT A pupi be at ooo -
J1 }.t i.H UCCfT.1 1 ia'oira. ORMOND.'cwp'rt. Arrive at Fnb"7!.>'xav came div Lii> it m ; 2. On routes where the mode of admits sufficiency must signed by a postmaster .
FtbriiM v :3. Itt.V; 5 I t1. 4 U Ft i.iay, ;id (41,11:1 ii .iticaa'j ,y OF. conveyance before named.'or a judge cf a court of 'raPostmaeters -
Lrave Fiil! Monday at 1 the places
; i.k. !:'* li Ani.c, at S:.iVpIca! ame il.iv by 8 m. office blanks mail bags loe-ks and beWe to be said. .
b'-fRted ; uaj ihe'H that : p "
famiiy, u're we particij Ille
Salt Is wnatai aud 'L
j > 1 1 tl.c-ir iiel. Salt : I t WeJucsJay Sunday 6333 From M-i-Iivii. hy Cliarlfs MM!! (('iMrtes Fer eonvv.(I without extra cliargK pt the end of mute on whtch tLytUnk? s* .

!:.3-ite-J, iliat pt4'W'e4-l1ifl'I ia. pih.1 .) O) fSACK'S: iu j>riti." order it lnn<1f conveyance iandequate. went B -'
/ VRV.e Amx- at Ouila next days l l.y 10 a m ; the mail each trip for err sucewire weeks on weekly" i i
in ti! Jn'imili of mr <'itv Rn-I I a c huruf U. ; Ly AIXAUjUT( 1 ORMOXD. mile and bi.ek. once a week.I.axe Canada mails, when otfured. are to be convejed without -
py Liixe O'-al-iTliuieday 1 Mouda\
g Le tiaasiailtcJ U> iLe fumilv .f t--! liTi'nJA -<-iHLi\ at 7 a in; additional pay; atav the route agents of the de- r rts, iin4 thr4 week on other rottteajuMi rtpcrttli* .
Newn-m-xille
Arriv
ui iji.t cl.ibx S p VLC811 result tr thu 10th ApnL l 5i ,- .i. ;
I I4)CU1t'IAI. S 'iv. Anixe r.t t Cny! Lauding next Wednesday by paitnient fir whose rxfluive u.*. white trave-lhuig -f
Fioni Ntwnat.hxile! lllisiille '
and CAMPBKU.
LIMES by ; Provil JAMES ,.- 'ji
f. p m ; uiih the mail, a commodious car.or apartment the
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I > Clav Landing Thursday at 7 a m of 1 F hted. armed, and fur-
X A BHL .in; fie: order, laudinj from biig AcornS vck.Leave > ave ; centre a car. properly
MRS. HATHAWAY will; open I..T ?tIuH.1 fr J I.au.1 fur tale a % Arrive at ila-linon ut-xt Saturday bx 6pm.683J dialled, and adapted to the Convenient assortment and Febrnarr S, 18M. b-1w *-- -, : If-j -
Newnansville __
rbilJrui in ih b'jiMsic .ipniiiatv! ad- byiloXAUGIJT AOKMOXI). Thursday an I Saturday Ff'in Mah*<.ijL by Ilambui-g and Clifton, to due securii V of the Iiiaia to be provided by the cootractor. -

.itiing 1)r.TMLir'v Mou Jay ijczt, at 9 2fi.wiw-i..t.: T'bniary 3, 1 ::;. 5JC.ST at V a m ; OrovcoTille Ga, 30 miles and back, once a under the d rv<.H5oa of the depaiirneit. Icon County Tax-f1kctor's Sale. .

v' o'cl.ck.MurcU. __ Anixe at AU'pator paine days by 8 p m week.: 4. No pay xxi 1 be made f.r trfp* t ot performed; the 4th Monday in March next I will nflfcr M-

10th. ISM. 10 rect-m-d p =r KJU. R. I't-ttis, (rum New Or- Leave Alli atJ.:' Tjesday im.l. Fr.day at C Leave Maduvia Monday nt 6: a m ; nnd for each of eueh >ui unions not satisfactorily explained O sue-at the Court Howe io Talhihasse* the following f

p a m ; Arrive at Grovervillc fnmtj day by 6 p m ; three times the pay of the trip may be deducted. tracts of land, orso mue-h aa will satisfy the f4

Fresh.: Groceries. 75 LbU Superfine riosr, Arme at Newnansxiile paine days by 5 p m. Lave GrovcrsUte Tuesday al 6 a m ; For arrivals so far behind time as to break taxes (and incidental expensei) due by the Apalaebi- 4Cf.l

!* T,0 6312 Fioni Nexxiianvvillby St l> uito, New River Anixe Ma lin C with mails end not Land their land in said for I
extra FsniilySO Hi < .ime ijajby p m. connexiou iependir sufficiently cola i Company oo County ,
JCJT WM. R. l'irrESJSiw miles aud back
BECE VCD TEH : HhJs. .SI.UHI utlj Shoulders 22 once a week. 6840 Frum Waokeenah. by IVasley, Mo c-ly Hall excnited, one fourth of tlx compensation for the trip SM.viz: ,,

t : OaI.EtN.TJ 50 ,' WIiiey, Leave Arrixe Ncwnauville al New Rixvr Thursday al 1 p m ; an-i I SUJepica. t jiladi n, S2 miles and i is subject to forfeiture. Dedn<-ti<>n will also be ordered In 7W* At> 1 Wort*, Rauy 3 *' a4. 4 ,
same day
9(1 C.4cs '1v-.i it'sI Ituh1rs, 5 J-'ird. by 8pm; liock. once a 'week. f.'r a grade of performance inferior to that specified -
Leave New River "WJof NW ofSecTJnrt 3SiWS and S .Wj, of ,
5
Tliurhday al a m
I ') 2 l.h'l's ;plain Uatnu.nr 6 Id Oil. ; Leave Wmk'eenah TlHirsday at 6am ; in the contract. For repeated delinquencies of the South OckWfcooe
Ni-wnansville of 25 The frjwtkw-oi' 26
Arrive tt EJ ;
same day by 12 in. ;
Cured 2 0 ; An,ive at Mad'wn san I tIerCe Siiir IIam, From Nexvuansiihe Tustcuu y p | E of N.Eland EJ ftfg E I of Sets* & } '
MSvrp 6313 by jfe*. Santa i ;
and the of the mail
at Cam thereof
>erl >r Kl' nr, 25 ; Leave Ma-limn Friday ; to the natnre impuiUuce ,
j .. of S W of Sce.84. i
F Clay Landiujf, W cahaMa, and L nc SJ J ; -
3 -rtra Fuinilv FLour Ai-o from X>v Y rV. Aire i ; at Wankecnab same day by 6 p m. may b* made

*' Whi&V v, 10 Kejrs GmUn Butter. Pond, to Atcrua Otie, lla mile* and back, 6341 Frm Quiucy toXJhattal Kxhee: 21 miles and 5. For leaving behind, or throwing off tbe mails or InTow.isldp1 South. Range 8, West, all f See. Silo

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5 Lira: Oil. & l'i.ie Apple Cheese, Leave Nexvnaii'ville Wconc dHy at 7; a m ; L-nv Qrtv:: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday or fir being citicerued in setting up or running &u express 1ious,8.9aml1O. -;: '
Arrive at AU ia ()Le lint Saturday by f .. 7ft Tuuo&f South, Kanft 1 Zai1 ( .
6 Xo 1 LnnL20K For calc by nt 7 U in'; conx ex ing commereiol intelligence ahead of the k

Tjy0., j f ri.! BERRY A ROWJ.ES. tin ;AtwnaO'if Arrive nt ( lUlnhooehee fame days Try 12 m ; mail, a quarter pay amy be !Iucfed. of S.etnU !3' _,_) -

4 hit l'cotn.nmi Sugar, February 10, ISM. 8 Ix-ave Saturday at 11am ; Lcive: CZinttilMMn-hee Tuesday: Thursday, and 6. Fines will be iutpfstvd, unless df-Knqneney be W $ of N W J of Section 24, .- .

5 prime Anixe Newuaujxille iext Tuesday by S S-ititrl.iy at 7 a m ; promptly and satUfuctorilv explained by certificates EJofNEJof 24, *- -.., -, 4SE

2 eMn.-e| ; Sali p in. Arrix'e tti.
10 bore riUr Candle 6814 From Ncwn-invil'e, liy Fort Ilarlee, to MMdlolitirg Thus t tn commence al Tdliiaigecare} invited. persons) fur failing to arrive in contract tim ; ( *, SACKS unit fin, West
1KA I coarse Key Salt ; 50 null's and h"i"k. 'mf e a week BninbHtjf Oa Cl-iiittah'wdiee. Fla, take Se mail from, f'rliver it iu&. !SriNufSE1
<0f(> Cocoa Nut. li0 sacks s-ult 6542 From by (;lectin<; ID or a NBJof .
;
2 b-nen Lcaton LiveijKxjl ; Leave NPTIIIIVII1e Wednesday at 12 m ; Och ieer'f< Winton, Ridleyst ille. RickoeV jn>st office: for utferinij it (owing tither to the nn- -- U,. -
La-i' and fur fcilu
'ling Arrive nt Multi lnj nextiby by 6 p in ; and OadMlen. to of the sof it : .
S)00 Se/lrs. byilcXAUGUT ISbiir. lola. Fiirt Apa- suitablcne place or manner carrying ) WjvfSW1 25. ; ; 5

A L S O ... i ORMOXD. Leave Mid lW'urjfTu** liy nt fi; n m ; laliioh.' '.'06 milri and back three times awe to'be. injured, destroyed, robbed, or lost ; aw! fir re- L. C. DZYILLT... :
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Per Gambia nn l Sutup'oii from New Tort: __ _, 1854._ 61 Arrive: f at M-rci Ncwnaimille next day wfll; by 11am.Bi''s k fmui the 15tb October to 15th June of fu->iiiir. alter de-mand, to c.mvey the mail as frequent TazA''aJorMI caJ4t11: -,

20 U'S* R'. Coffee, Lessons in T weekly ecrvif-c be considered each year, and twice a week, the reMup, .0 ly ns the ctxitnictur runs or is concwued iu ruuumg. February 24,1U& '- 8 1f

10 JiV4. Drawing. first-cla steaiulioats, with the priVile of a coach car '>r (fteamlx-at, on a route. -' 4 ,-- -

r,1uL1ftR; (>* Adamantine) CanJ'ei, T ) rjii..t .if t) uriiloraiiieil C815 Fr back'in New River rtk.to Mlddleburjj, 30 miles and n inr two iMiite coaches from Bainbridce Co 7. The Ptwtnmfcter Ceneral may annul the ownfrnct Salt of anda on Lake Jackon.TTNDER I

2 bbls J.) has: consented tooj e a cciiOu! fur 1)ra i.g, once n ChattatHNicLee) when the river is too low for for re1iettpd l failures! to run agreeable to contract; for
ViiU'jar, Leave New River WedIcitlay: at 7am : and by virtue of's elerree offb* Hoo. J.
10 Crn ln-d which will oon.m '(i I.WWI KB n Class of 13 shall ; navigation.FIOM tIi.obeying the Post Office )law*, or JnvtriKlions ofthe
Sa ar, Arrix e at iiiddlebur-jr nne day lv 7pm U Wafts Baker,Judge of the CIrcuJvCoBrt of Leoa -
5 "! C.4ee '' tM' made up. Tei tiiii t jh.-r q'jailer, 3 k-ssoiit a week ; ith Oflober to Ibth 1 June. elcpaitineiit ; for refti>iiu: tp discharge a, currier '
I>'. ve li.1i-t.ur! ; ThurstSny at 7 a m ; 1 County sitting tn Chancery. pVntftiucfed'lo't oaua* *
2 .* P..wr1ore of 2 hours duuUon each. when quired by the deparldrent to clo so ;,for is-
; Sonr, Arm- New Rtvr ,'snie wherein Albert J. PiUtt and wifc.andJQindratand -
HARRIS. tiny-by 7pm.C51C Leave BraiobrMff Tuesday, Thursday, and sit,' iin the crntraet without tho absent of the Poet-
1 'V Ma l lIra
qr. cn > Wine From Can's t'i Fort liariee and back 'wifr&ra oumpfimants. and W. Field th
Ferry Joseph *
1 (;(ir..iir| TaU Sherry February 21. 16r4. 3 w 8 S-iUirday at 2 p m ; -' maHer General J ; for running nn express as aforesaid; ; .
weik. eif uel II. IHiv'st
oni :t and atlmrnirtrators San- and olbersarad* -
Arrive ut Ap.xlaLicola next Wednesday for >rting pt-tsons or ,jiactiges Srv
1" 1815 Ikutidy, For Sale Rent. Bid: U-r< viI! n'a'e: the illtnnee flfll I a or traiirp conreyiDg [uidiujlj. th* undersigned' SpcfalMasr 1r rn'CTian- -
or
8 bbl Gin. propose Friday by 4 p in. and Monday bj 11 am ; mailable oihtttr out 4.f the maiL __ !
schedule l'partnren un-i nnivaKCf17 will ; for 3aTe) at pul !u ajicticQ 6 fore tSd" '
and (Oeneral orclir JncVease fxpi-st > ; ,
.6 !! Itom. : Leave Awlaclucnla| Suuday, Tuesday, 8. The rtwattr rnjty an -
f rr\Jin: ) House and '
I Lots
welling now oc* ipiedjj' Fi''m Alli, itur. by Djrh-im) ) nnd Otuqtef.> ti' x>r" of the* ci'urt-Th'n'* inf irSl'Ijuin CeMily.
Tor1e by BKRIlT! Thurilnr at 5 a ra ; of service on a route by alloxxir.pthercf-'r a fro ml a
Uarclt 10, 1855. 10 IOWLtS. ; :.. Jby' A. IWtwiek, situated md buck, once a we k.I Arrive aJj liiinbrU next Jays l $ the Actdffrtr. For Tern, tKwjmre .
(ip.i4t. new '. ,
]
Andrew:6. Oarr- ,- Lt"n Circuit In Chan oj A. t'r GF X JL BKSTW1CK.Febiuaiy Anixe at New River a-un. d.iy by 10pm ; Frixni'Jt; Janet* 13 th October. tfpay schedule, proxided e>f *he does departures not eur luil, the amount of being' Lot No.-2. frae. Sectiuo M ; Lots I aad

21,1855)! ) 8 SinSXl'IT Leave New River S.ttuidiy at 6 a m frac. Section 28 B.rtion! 24 & > t Lets
' ti. i eery. ; Leave Biiubiidge Tuesday and Sattirda at runuiic; tt'*. He may also 4.rd<*r an Mierert fof_ !: ; ;- Sftfw<

LwtCnrtii. 11 al. : Arrive nt A1hii1.r ani> d*y by 10 p ra. .3pni; speed, he ulownj! withiu tho restrictions of tKe law, 1.*2. S. 4. 5. 6 and 7 of SEeall' io.Totzias S. t .

A.\I> TOIL ICC 0. 6818 Fnmi Alb alor, by SuwiiTim-e ShoU. t N.. > acre
appeiring to the Court by affidavit male l-i thl Arrive ut-Apalnchicola next das by 4 p m ; n pm ruta iix-rease of p-iy fur tL'o! additional stock or t
IT .. Ferry, ;Z6; miles ad back ooce a Tbe 1 terms of sale wiii b* made known at or Ixfisr
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c, that the f.illowiref natnd defendants] in the Leave Apniathieula Monday at 10 am, and carrit-rs, if au !. The contractor naY. howrer. io.the .

) above case reside out of Ihe ijtatu of 1'lf.iiJa. and tint PKTHR: LOIMM.AKD.No. vet-It. Wedne* Uy at lOp m ; case of increa- ofjjwed, ielinqnl the Cbotrxct by tb day of sail. -J .,

of e-.Middle Cinrjil; of Fo-ii'ia, and in the plti.ii -1 2, CH ATHAK STREET, NEW YORK, Leave Alligator Friday tt 5 a 11 ; Arrive, at B.itmbridie nest Tuesday by 11 a m giving r.roinjt indiee,, to the department that he pre- . nrG'AcuE&.Jr.; ( -
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hcr.iaiiftcr ..Jwugnatcd'm llichaid Hod'-n AU1 T .f p Ariixe at lilrfrfitV Ferry s-itiif: il.iy by 8 p m ; and Tln.rdny by 10 p m. -. fern deiuu; *o carrying the ofder into effccC !ThePostmasUr '8pteiaIMit.rimc1iieos.r.

&wkrAin. and Stcplu-iiCarubiflcn tijio) ri-wJ in the SUCCLSMJRS( J< all' kind Trji ,i OHINUE L.sii.ittx', Leave Illount'b }t-rry Satuiday at C a m ; 6343 Fn'in Cliattthoochec, by Mariarma- CrowelfJaiujJiultw. I Gtneral mav also cdrtail' enctJo1u P.bruiq24.1$1L.; +ft kin ;
: SXUl'F Awl 'JOUAC- .
; Sute of New York ; CLtrU'fc IU i wLo u-ide iuSuieof U. CO.S in f grnaral i. For particulars. Iriei (? vt Arrixe nt Alligator a'n tlay* f>y ft p in. ( (jeu va. Ala. Anderson's MilL the erx lee, at pro rata elecrca."e of pay, allowing t>nei _i I ,_-i; -, Is. r,7 -: : _. _- ,L..1 1,. S

: Jx>iumoa; CluirlutUr E. Oe-dde George K can be oUaint-d, br iddrviw.iq M ,iIsj-i This; u're estnb- $819 From Alligator, by White Kj,rin s. Jasper. Fa.! (> -ntsvile! Aliuirante. Miltoo, and flue i month's extra compeuwxiion on thujimount (Kspenaed- i 2 :'. '-.L 4

e. Belleville, .Jeunin: *. Cherry Lake: llamlmrp idatowu. to Penucola, 200 milea and back, with, whenever hi his opinion, the til.lie mtereats dI > II
( &,, >\VillhuD Lc&lie. ilnjy .Margaret LtsJio.CUurl i 1).Lv1It4Jt: u one wf tL oldest of tiM kiud b the United p ifc'froftswnsa serries to tSf citi*.W..
' ittCumrumg Leslie, Eleanor .Snieliir LctJie, States.Ftb.. and CSilton, to Mutfticelto, 96 mile* and twice a week. I not requite'the same or in ease he rfeurea to UpT7- of MOOtICrIIU'StWI its ricinity'Maiiiiiu..'.

t>e-t Lesli* or Danbar, Alary LosliejOf Cameron, 17, 18J5. 7 ly brfck. onceji week. Leave Cbattahooebec Tuesday and Saturday sede il by n diiTt-resigradeottrani'portaiion 1 branches hia profrsstosv 'ia bruw-tt-tl ,
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I eave Allisitor Monday nt 2 p m ; I will be made for tbe service wllect'nifw -
at8pm J- i 9. -
; Payments
Jleleo
Leslie w Brown, Margaret Van -Carle JJIco4'. t y times..when nut professfccafl njiged, at la* Vooli- .
ity/uanXeslie/ laibaeh, Helen Cumrojog Iiobacb aud"arjaret ., Executor's JVoUccipHE Arrive; at Mouticello next Wedu day by 9pm Arrive at I'eoftacolanext Friday aod. Tuesday from or drafts onr postmasters, ef-oljrwt e, '*eel o HcteL"* -: '> f-ri/T .i. T"rrt t

St. Cldr Black, who resiJrJa' JSurope ; and tmiJersipned, having beeq ; bv4pm ; % -. after the expiration nt each quarter-say io February, *JiinTi! 1ft 1855.- *- 1.1* .,. ,, -aa%*- J e.4
appointed Exncutor Leave Mmitieello Thursdaj at 6 a m ; Leave and at .8 November.' t
\M i''wrr'AoJer ? I'ensaalaTueeday Friday ajn May,'A ugnst, and v .. :
on, who; resides In the "We teru Circuitof JL : .J -i.. iji.'>
will
(if the bist and teetanie t of Richurd VVIittakcr Arriie; tit next Siltarditv 1 m.Bi .
Alligator by -
Flori.la. p ; ITh The di*Unco* arc given aeeordinf io the bee'nfonnation B iTTl l T tT j Pfirr J%Jkfflt *-
deceuseei' !late of Leon Cvi.nty u/id bming qualified ls for semi-weekly service %111 be considered. inervaaad r _r H w AW iJZv V k BB6&4B It w ordered that taid < Arrive at Chattalwochee next Thursday"j : bnt' w> pay iM ba allowed
defendants clo and
,
*ppr unir said will, hereby u<>Uc todl .
atwTtr the bill of girtut pentoiiiLaving'dei'nands bmiM they be freater' th.m advertisevV if the points AT'rNEY AT LAW
ow plaint filed in tins ease that is udayby5ptn. -
'sijaJmtViid
to eftAte'to jwesent them 6820 From Orange Springs, by rrion's"MilI and to be supplied U correctly slated. Bidders must iofurmtMi -
Up 1id zo:
say e.oe; iwed 4euiI., tcbu reejile 6844 From Apalachioiln Cliattahoorhee, to Co'liflnbua. I. ,-
-wtlhm th time prescribed by law. antbenti i -
Oft* Stat.but iu th. : properly Fort Crane, to Micanopy, 28 miles and back, hick elve on tl w' p int.
t1Utt.4Sf4Lt.e1.WJaAfJT Oa., and ones wetk.
a
>ted this notie will be in tar of their tTILt Is-
or pleaded
liIOnti) from re- ttvice a week. 11The Postmaster General is pr&hftjteet Jaw
the 4
ru> ti. f His tbec1eFe Bidder will etaJe the distance., name intermediate > V l tn his in the Coontieijpf Thom.j :
Jer;, coreryV; : i xl i U persons indebted, said estate will contract for; the tiw'tel care, ,
Leave Orange Spring and from knowing v"nuking a
ftft'ned 'wL., rr-iide ToeeiJay Friday at schedule.6S4S tnmspnrta ;
in offices.aud a DecatuY. Calbouo
within Baker.Daugbertj. Ef3d.
Jiuropt. tnnte; propose
D.oemoUs payment immediately. the mails wthj} >i y"pa m.vfao ntfinU have
4 lion Of '
fxKnth ra; entered -,
*
Ucalioo '
p oT.tiii order. nad Whitaktr is with whom settlements 'Prom Mariinbt Oane UiU.'VeTn oJpuflavvjm :- February 17. 1853., ; :T % JT .
the deUdant wbG re de. u, the Wn Fletcher] rnjr agent Arrive Micanopy same days % 1 p m ; od Jtnojt JIilL to'UcfaM Anta. 64 iirtiyW iraosed *" enter into, any 4 wbinRtion; ? )

waJuu two month.; provided thIt-publlett can'be made, eonned with aatd estate, and Leave Mioauopy Tuesday atd Friday at 2 miles arid back, Me week. to prereot tWaiaking.f any bid for a mail contract .

otJIr be made i MUoia aoooucfs pai'i b.rirooiiUil. other jwrs.in or pennosv or wbp .aba ] jr.i s' -I -' -
seek lby
oce fur lbe tuu pm ; tie UariaBMvThuiadaj at 6 a n any .
btv1
.1 ;
leuteti offers bt i.niee.
Li a HAT4RIS .t L itiIIs
H. B. vVHfTAKER Excretor. 1-a.
I shall
at'Iehletlt UT
for -the or givco .
nude
5pjR.aranc; ftt ,the tI.eiKlit4 Arriva at Orange Springs 10 45.Anna next 5 say cc-prnrm- -
same
zo day by Ariv.c at Uol day.bLea'v fli -
/, 4' ; !
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lo February I1B53.: Ji .1' ; 8vBcesiraxf >ti Qoajderatieo' tif $
m,-le ?, Ux, United SUU.. uij ? .d, or prvHiised give or perfiirm, aar -
AaaaTu.sdaa6am
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Ucke
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pni. i ; 1o work that l laM
t to so
the peiI feve Iiflft1d (br the' sppe'arc .jf tL ---.i-: 6821 ?r m Ocala, by Loog Swamp, to.Adaantille, ,Anif* :M,ri ns* ext day-by- p BX ih )eef, of indtide- I Iin *
S rry p4ni o.of oot to
pciaoof
e dsis Z.irpj 'i-.. -r SO( miles and back, onoe R wek. Bid%.| r. Nui-!Mklaurrka wiE be oonaUerTTwt.'Wjntoo &pies.t _
enotmcLParticrtW tioif. i4
mail
rki.t bi T7ANT1LD son quantitvf-r >a.l. f ifada. byi LtaveealaSaturdayat 6 a m ; ,, _.-.:. -

WAYIIS BMR, Jo 1 HKURY-A_ RO'.VLE9Oct. 1 ATfiTc"tAilantyil1iame: d\j br 8 p as"; 6a4t7ril* fcr Aspeo'Arorv io XW i to tb.2Sth1t11 .(th. ? 1
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i 10, 1 To 21, ]llH. >-ii v LarsMI.m.illEFHsc'ztg Ifin2esrs autl WaVeitt a vUr; hkiw !uvm a44
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I 7.1 HEIR -& ; RUST. ., Vtf0.7M .LtlC Jt' C1LBRAIT1,. 3 !. en..tot. Florida Hotel, :: "r'ua-GQATU-r.-


-and took at our Stock before you pur. ATTo.xa!. AT' LAW, TALLAIIAMBB, FLA.MA.LO.VO 7'0 rain. frtcnl a "jUr'tt.6 tuRmeadg tk. City*offit n Tdl.Acs"d'/ol lirjirtt tllllepil. /! MoirribKLto' flEnnd.rsignedgivesnoeetothepnLI Jirrkgabw CotnrrV.ri 'DIs VERY OF 'THE AGE.

C&OM erArc. We are now raY AJ.B.OALBRArrn hAV ..10 in ihf en* Ihoiua/tJ tight htmd/fd S ( PROFESSOR woob e&m for*.!. a per,
1 itgfron I"d in the prnrtjee of Law.- yeas I JL lie that his bo refitted the Hotel inS It will fa aiUrt 'ji_ I.

Y,urt* in the Middle Circuit the endfflyfitt.SECTION [ Monticfllo, formerly kept by CpC Newman bafrwbbbasbmsgpnianJ" '" ,, t'.

Supreme Court and the D ufthe UuUed in the Bottles :! I. B. il rmllliIIJ by,time 1"1(1" and and wilt be prepared to reeivi> visitor Vy nab kial eolor-bnng* it "nl it { toj.it* .
I ft of Gjols, notable to your now put vp, Large Sized : toA. / TaUnkatttt. That the I I. in gotoe;aiM|
States at TaUiJivtee. Cfy of November. The !ltoflll now thorough repair where it U toting off eJc the .d .
ortfnfr, consisting in part Ofic opp>*!t, the Court and it acknowledged to be the best Sarsap- first section of the Revenue Act uf the year 1845. be, and will be *o managed as to promote the comfort of and itching "mob..n mtamroii it-n I1e, u.u

1 October 28,1851. arilla made, as it certified by the Wonder- and the same u, ouuUuued iu full force a* part of this iru.*t* and boarder Attached are good table, d4n the s perfectly healthy by.tvp'mtorn tl1r..
f SAc fdlomng! articles Ordinance.SL& attention i i. to bor r*. Term : ap *
has where paid M
r fnl Cures it performed the original every relive organ lo their urigmal v vigor and U T5
: Mreqi
.. !. He it furtliT Ordii",. That there shal! other Hotel in the A
f -cix : Copartnership the moderate as at any eonotry. nutriment and
0 which in the thus
: copies of are possession <>f supply eoloruv t' .
Taxes for the fiscal maLter
j be levied and collected the following
i i.
: underaigited hare thi* Rcmewber this the only share of custom respectfully lO1ic.ted.C. It doe* rU color UM hair, but i I.. ia abort .
tRY GOODS DRY GOODS'' THE in tLeWHOLESALE prfprie'tor. u year commencing on the first day of April', 1855 : BLESS. Hair iuvigoralor and Tooie. a r..

r hip true and original article. 1-Upon all merdinnt' Tending 'gJOJtI. ware and Montieello. October 21'. IS:". Iy 48 To the .who *o much admire tk

: lot p Us Georgia Kr-imany other artk-lt eo Mt-rcurial Cancer, merchandize a tax loC f'rty-fi ve cents on every hundred lock y'tQJP _ItiA1l
Scrofula. Syphilis, Complaint, and ringlet h.f.el.thse'b.wiflh.
K J .. .oJ PI".. miawvtus to CDeutkJIL ca.UG- : ', Rbeuuia'ism, and a .art variety cof other dollars in value of the stock in trade on the first AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. be offers the advice suggested I ly l lung .tulnsive JIIMa..a, IIdit

,00 !Kirru Blanket. :; ':>ItR THE NAME -e\IIN ore 'pocdily -and pcifectly cured by the use d Lt v of April next a* uear as the same can be ascertained. -: ; nnitlersigol.i Agent of the abov Company <_"at fJ08:it to diMsid all
TJI.
34 pr a.d l dl9 : FAXC Y GOODS. this medicine. receive application* for and make insurance stimulating! oils far th iar; and kr.f'p alWI I< '
&
'a
t BUorti'd A Brawn Binrtj: BARNARD I 2-Upon all vender of good*, ware and merchandise against I loss Kiiv.on Brick and Frame Building tilt
cd.mICAT- by toilet, a outire'oftbe refonitiTe &r nrej'and
iogf and Sl .tw,:; \\Libtt Dress Gjolsa. )They will be p1"3" TEE FOLLOWING C.Ala, Jan. Ifi:. (other than itiiK-rant trader) who shall. commence Furniture Merchandize tc.Jniiuary we con safely predict that hen-efirt .;

I .\ Mn 1'laiaao.l PUid'onrir in I1tlr10f- awl 1 pntr m at I'IP' TALLAross 2. ., bn'ine s after the first day of Apiil ;mext'n tax 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. be lili '
29, and bald l heads will unknuwu
fi
if
this that
to to :
DEAl SIR Ind i certify >r .lth.,,..
:- yo you
LUJ U V 4 J r.. Hirn of the .' of f.Tty five ce ttson every hundred dollars in value of LtoMcra the I '
p!* iM4U: ,,t all I 1l1atiLi.Poti.J.] ; Watered aud Gro.fVvneh. and, Clinton streets, Extract of y..lInIoek' nn-l S.irijMriila II:-" their stock ia trade to bo eKtimated amid assessed iu DR. JOHN P. DUVAL, ruse may upon downy rbn..u
.. and Amer-! 1>* ll ill. Silk*. rmt'J onef tlie tiHt M-oiwlerful cure on me that eye be ever *o lit lng..1Id the teeth tbt w cst s
.
time after th
Knjfliib it IOU IIII'I t c,eml H! >rtn'ent all catvs at any commencement of'imehibusiness the natural fluid Le
Calicoei. jB'wk' d" J. dBrtiwn. ever been tficc! ted c>u man.I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. still it withheld from tJiaiwl .
UM to th -ir line >f bu.ine nn : J'roridfl, Such tax shall be assessed before
3 ; t BI.acL.d *.d Col.,Cr.|.. Poplin. theirfrieud Hud the }public. have ben nfflictcd f..r forty years with eruptions the exr-iiation of the next fiscal 1 year.S OnICIAT THE COURT HOUSE. ui consequence it becomes fit dead) and b..L.'

eyed UOM, iPriute l DcLito**, 1-;. 11\ my legs end feet; in 1343 they pot no bnd that I -U[I'n all ?'bl watch. a tax of fifty cent, and .Jaouary2< 1854. 4Administrator's then Rrey or fall off nature will be lobhrd 01
t" crutches said in 18 IS I hnd than half iUchartn*; and ollhocgh it i i.
,
one leg am
h'le.:1'la'l.: '. Wuol aud P.riaaFnrmitar O. go HI on all ivcr: watches tax of twenty-five cent*. a lOtor
above\ the knee. III about nine rnoi.ths after remedy kr those who are gray a* "t'll.. tl no
I>.Uin i
and check **. Notice.
*. 1654. 4 all horses and mules ihia
apron February 1. ((4.) -Upon Itroughtinto city
V Plaivi oad Colored other leg broke out in large eating anal n.nnimj are bald. till all sec the propriety oi fi l
D.lmntieplai)l'lUkt.tripesU'I"iu. --- -- and exhibited fur "rile of five
: a tAX twenty cent uponeach A LL !otr creditors. 1 Injatee entitled 'to distributionor -
fool and d l per !, application to the hair
Ca.siincres -res from m1.nee to inc licharg a gr -a Iy sue an and scal;
% 1J faUC l'e J. A. PERRY horse mule
sold.
f" or .11. nthcrwiKc intereftcd in the Estate of
t K".Jnl JCape*. C\JILar. and haiku 1 -a1 of 'JTiwivc matter. My groin! alI Lr ke ( ut ill calculated to preserve it both iu a perfect aod bca1t.-
1) 5-ITplJn all Auction Sales, one-half per cent upon William C. Miller. late of Madison County, F.orida.
'I : and Whim Silk UoeBlaek A.TVOf4 V e bics! "heI. ilischnrgeil muh nffftitive state.
C'"imere.:1Uack .l1Iatt'r.
) ; Black ami Kao'y tl.egri's.-i amount CI if rahi deceased are hereby notified to exhibit their claims!
: nn.I GKiuB4MWIA -* at the same time my left hand broke out iu l.ige Piim.tht E&Ur of III Riot EI&1. Adwtiur Ii"
: aod! .Jor.J worsted; T ; 11I...,'. ti-Upon nil improved and unimproved town 'lots. an -4 Black White and Colored e< lei n-nily ta
.. ; 21 l3. 20 :t tax of f'rty-five cents on hundred dollars value i the will be barrel d
May every tn the underpinned or same ; a
:.1 Illn smTnd for the b B.WIITOJI
,e PUidHdkf*. of all prie; I' Kid Gloves.IMltur The in"tfiy: th-t C t t'jro thereof. March 20i54.
..
: I ilewriil to 1 wits iu Mich: ,all persons indebted t the said deceased are reqn" Prof.Vnod : Dear Sir-Having become Pr.-
Mitts D. P. cannot
aud LinenUlack Silk and La- .r.rs you. agony
: a** ; 'i-Up..n all free ccl.ircd male*. between the the siiixcriberresiding
a'eaof' immediate
: tixl to make to
l I Iitiui. J: diet Buck. I",,., ATTORNEY AND .it I ncvi r r.-stcd day (-r night. and payment tureft quite gray, I wa.indnced.iK six ",tUI :
t.venty one fii'ty a tax of ten dollm. iu MotiticcIIo Jefferson C'ant Florida.Wil. .
t 11 1a,1 1 and Plata MuiotJings.ud! lu.rliug., In O t-tT\ laft my 'ti bn-i.g.t; me one (.f nirl..t- 8- p"IaaU fr.-eotlon.-d yars fmnhbetween the Bt'DD s. to make trial of your hair restorative. I Lav* J

l'' : as witLitfootiUot; t. JML Quinry, wiaj-p-Ti-; ; I rend it. ,,.1 fmind ie -oril of wtnc ages Adn.'r.Jeffeiaon less than two U>ttfe*. bat the gray Lair 'mr all At"
1-"Li.I gthr of twentyone and fifty *. tux of five dollars.'J .
a
-- IT7ILL, practice in the (, 'II.ll'reul curtpvifonucd by your J.xtrt! <
14 'If ruit.IIi Jackson and \ D..c-k and SurKajMirilla," I nent and. got two lot- - its original col... yet the prucc. uf change i i. gnufaal
Boots an4 Shots.MEN'S. of
aud
.
"" of
. ; ; _October :3. 1S52. !,.. ,-f it, ;\,11 I ci lJ1'II 'IIf't..1 tnking it. In two weeks tlull:1r.I: tweuty-one sixty years, a poll tax vile Notice. Iy going on, and I :have great Ls.pethat in a Wf

: D-*.araJ Youth1. Russe .II'. mv gieat at't r.i.ll1u"t. my Horn's all became easy SIX mouths after the underi-i:iicd. Executor of the time my hair will be a* dark as formi-r/y./ I liar. ai.!
: rt i Kip and Calf .at WILLIAM t could sleep all night, a thin,: I lead, l not due ""I I 10-Upon all slave, owned or employed' in this Will and IV.damcnt of ArediUdd Bois bite *o been much gratified at the health nM.itare and ii.gor >

__nfs Calf S.w'd and P.gd .U. ATTOaMSY \'car. Wl.n I l.ail. taken rix 1.Uog. my city, a tax, of eighty cents to be jmid by the owner or of liadiMleii. County deceased, will exhibit his account of the hair, which be A.re was harsh and drjao4 it

Mru Kip .'*.1",1 BoU, tight aud hvy, ) \'! nearly nH hcaK-d. My( "'-s yt wtll :a# if by.r.1 owners thereof; J'ri'vid d. The City Council may exempt and voucher* before the Jude of Probate for said Laa ceased to rome out a* f'wmtrll-

.l VTeuMru*S Kip Peg'd B-otre, MONTICELIX I lutMicw t n'C'l in allcht; )K-tl'ta: fiom tHX.-ition any slave laboring under mental County, mid l apply for final settlement! and dischargefrom !
. .4 .. a. Bus'' July SO. I 1S53. 30 or ImdHy affliction or ',firuity, ou applieatiou of theounert.f the aJmuiiatraiiiij .RllpeetluJlI1our1.D.
uis, of tnid Estate.DANIEL .
.s 'Uf Extract! of Vt-llow Duck and S.ira.iji.iiill; ) ami C.M.RUn.CAruco. .
Mich hlatvor Iii
t4 ** M',roota and Calf Bakius and Beat***, cfii'U-r myself *,.11.I n:ent. BU IE. Executor.
BAKER & ) n"iw I
Laiie KidTie. Butkins and UiUrs, I nitrrnt all of that afilicled l to try tljii ineilifin-) 11-1.1'1011| all plctsure Carringe.i, nnro(:h'lI. Bujies. October 21 I. 1R54. 6m 42 May 1/J4.
1'ilbiiM, Stanhopca. Cliar? Sulkier and Stage I have used Prof.Wood Hair Resta-arative to dcideil
a
Witt r *j Ufrtwlaitlf w.* auj CLildrcu'sOati ATTORNEYS *-
I bt-lii'vo) It'iI cure known ili.-ra* in
r .!to... TALLAHASSEE AND ( -i>rld.-Ijiy aide all the nnj pnjmhre, nnd, ju-t try tll"l C.wlll'I. 3 tAX of one di>llnr and tifty cent en every DR. LEWIS, advantage. It prevent the hair from too-.irg
I hun-Ired ddlHisalue thereitf. ,'ut. gives it a gloss and .ftne. desirable.! 11.
; tctice in the ; iti grent north:l to snnVrin r inknkiuJand: RESIDENT DENTIST very
pii"-rtiiii
,
! r- WILL 12-UJK-II every slave publicly exhibited for sale few htir I had have entirely disappeared_
gray
and ia the (-at them to take it. fc.r' it will cute tlnm.Mv TALLAHASSEE.; .
!
V and Caps. within the ilcorpotaed, limits of this: city.. a tax of four Others ot my family have used it.and concur with m.
. A Thomat Ga.OOLMSU c,(?c' is well ki.cwn Iti a l.irijc jvuli.in' . ill crtill Artificial Teeth the
, d 1'ars. IS now ; en iu pronouncing it all it pr' fM." to he.HEMiY .
thouM
.s dVorpa Alatrima.: : and if -
K-ioMn nt BAKERS IIIt. nny 13-Upon every p and BOrvj *. I invite hit nid
!uLt tli'alnvu( to call"lllw.
au
ChiC :
l Gmrrt 7vila1a'ziar.January the e.} .nite limits, of tl.is di! .i,ijnt tvll piims. from one side i to the
fJ| ,
,$. % Drub l.aur IIts..L 7 1254. I il! .!MIW th'-iii the far.!. I can lw f<>in: ,>l in T.tllu-! city. 1'"y..r ht'r.Tith..ut! crack the
for
1I4l. dr.f'l"r LiI.f! ext-hjifiyc. drawn 'lio-c lxond seam or leaving rw' j-lac ,. ooD'
> "
WII..a.Wak..SnlanJSuw..J j "' Hjmn any paC' ORIENTAL BX ATIVZ U'Io.DT
.*R Co., Alabamian one mile fnmi, Stun Fcrrv.HKXA.TAH .
; Sporting; fl.t' xl nil qu*litie., NEW ) HUG;I IKS. .\ the: limits of tl.ia State; ilu: r M ith hi;;"ot\ n funKti.caiw l lodgment, of foo.1. thereby! rcruleriui? them perfectly This Liniment i i. a valuable auxiliary! to the trett-
. or credit >ra- a cnt Bank mdiidii.d. life like, and rffti-rir.g: the onginal -ntmrof: the face. of of the fonuitfeUe disea
Men! Black! mi.l OwVd Wo.,! IIlta. : f.-rany or merit tome must *** with
12 and
.4 a. 'I. TIle Yi-llow D ck in :
a .
BREWER & > Sarsajmrilla pcrn'imly llire ,!iull I be rollet-leij o :1i1 to ih-f! f> a-''u-d nnd a fax: of....cI winch it i. our lot to contend ; for instance: iLfln
1; Youth" and Infant Spirting Hata.K ma-
y' !a :1el I f-r -niili-i, i-f ilflicuto healih rcr-nlliii from
SUCCESSOHS TO ): : ;' I :and! a half' cent upoii[ every )l.uIIJtI"II..lbr" in amount Middle Florida f.-r Fi.ll Setts. Th *e wi.hing Full Lion of the lungM and bowel By a thorough;
r Cl.lh nf I ttir-ti ai'l eo-
< C1" a pries I ilaiity, i fill ullrultI dr.nrg) and otln-r" I'l-oaa-
ff I of exelmn M l,, ht. and hundred, Sett cnn 1I1.taio11 necessary ipformntioii bv' letter. tinned of this Liuiineut
( u e' dollars iaatn application the
}. 3LklJL1ItS, and : cry over region,
t..i'. Yu.a: GENERAL ( j-c.'i'.l'ar to their ?ex.-The pmprittor has in hi,
I He will ant, in instance. satisfactrotu. and
'nnt so wld. for and! during: the vear: next preceding wan every of the atfrcted organ, the otherwise foru idal.Je di-
. 4 J.IJ..I., OLD '"- \ great number( of ecitifion'cjofmrfH.: : K-r-
| to suit tie lime IVruis C sli when called
the ihtv which the : or
at assct-iuieiit of such tax thall be pncts eauei are at rnce disarmed f.1 more tLan balflUIr
. Crockery, Glass and Stone Ware. May 13. U54. 1 '-d 4>f the abn\e ,le-scrij'tion. Wia _
._. cia-le. : errors. particularly children and thousand
unjong nf
EVEl1Y >rtkl. .sualljr k.pt la tLU Ho*. COTTON |I ::Y' .l'oMr I. that I.ckatial a U-ttle HitiiiniiHH a rtt\ot.f Dr.will Guy-.it; .t t's Kxtract: I 14-Ujton every CL' rt or partner \\ithintliUciti, of I June 24.1854.: 25 mothers were they allowed.'I| : regulate
I ] : t-eo Factor, C'omrr.i.-si.'n H..n"t'.>r Commie-ion Merchant he eloquence of freling 8'MI l affection tear tlrir nnied -
Saddler, vv r o '> flifiifiiltk-inn 1 11 new tlu- natural.i-iwrp i**. Iocate l or re-i-ling beyond the limit of this State a WHITE & SLUSSER, testimony to the fact that it Lu snatched tWir
in I bottle.
. W 'utup 1ll.1rtl..ttl"c.-I'li. ? itr tax of rift y dollar iV/iolrxale and Retail Dealers cliildrcn fn-in the jaw of tlrath.! and *.tM.d
in very r
; Brklln. Martioifal.i G Girtla --.I} W Iltll..lIle iii.l! U..t.itl.v I Copper,
8. UL.\IJ\ \\SSEE !
15-UJHMI all Aijen'ies of Inourance them to their f, health and it
rroer Again
SAD1'lfi, S[>ur.. Coll.r., llain .. C. rl''t o A MKAD.: Ill 1 CIIAinKGS ST., N. O. I: Companies a Tin, Sttett Iron, liriltania $ Japaned' Ware.Cooklug beauty. '
tax of two the will be found
Tr cent amount of all ; powerful auxiliary ia removing what
up..n jr.K
corn-
.. Kit Hi BstU. IIWM auJ L. .lLaw General A f'r th* Southern SUiUs to whom
: l4g. V.1i. Stirrup To Corroy PLAXTKHS a lit off" : g'-iits mi:si""i rectived for and during tl.e next iJ generally 1n"'D'1 an Ague Caket an enlargement
*, 3tr ui, Ltatbtr Calf Skiu., Ac, Ac Counties in Fturila <-ider* uu; >t be B Mre.!.. year preceiin Parlor und Wood Stoves,
? joniig: ( : t the dittcof ase.nienLSLC. of the spleen indeed in all eases where tie .x-
0 1':. the und.-rljin"l tJ1F..r nile at "I'' tie, I ru; St
Bonnets* \\7'our tnot-t r..tcfd' : at ou.I.nry in every" Town in the Suulh.I be levied ;uid, (rolh'cti-d the f.-llowing License Tne : of the latest inij>rored J'ltl'maunJ for fuunduaeful. -

., J Anorlmeut of Biiancti, Tf ratb aaJ lo- pulruru' \%lich, hits beti lj ,, I February 24. 1 ISSi. __8 ____Cm 1-Uj>oii all retailers s.f spirituoiHor \ilinus liquor4 jue at rt-tlncrd [prices,anal will defy coinpettiiou rsor. WOOD'S VICITABIX MAGIC urx riiia.BuseiiUD .

.x Ai flwvrg. die., Le.I ; T
I, Cotton Storiujf. AVi d i.. hing an 1 I. dollars. House Work. O. .. WOOD :

. 4 1. Groctrles.R'0.n. I' ritv. jiii'l we iigaiu ..If'r Ullr .,'a r 'ii i.: Subscriber conlcmplnct 2-Upon all Billinn')! Tables and Bowling Alley*,or Roofin Ornamental .1" for Gutferd. Ontterin Dear Sir :-As we have used and seen used far a

b<-ii at our iM ftanJ and h"pe .: J J nich new nrrI1: ,-"wlit in their Ten jiin Alleys, techni'silly bo called, Heed for hire, a Tiikeoitiluclir.tr l'ipe, Sh':t Zinc, Sheet I.-ad. Lend number of years. jour VegiulJe Xngic Life Pills!! w.

IIs lAguira Coflft-e. Old OU'feMJm.DJau.. : p<*tf.,rnianre ofoiir but-iiu-M b'j.siurfs ai inaVes it iwewaiy to tax of twei.ty five dollars.S : Pijte. Cistern Puinj'S. Sh" Work of are prepared to recommend them to thai ublie.s in.oriur .

Itrown auJ CruLe! Sugar.' Imperial; IUJ Jujlinrfrvd III to ecuie \"ui )' jx-c of their prri-nt t"t *k of (:..sls. Tins Mock I: -lK.n| every dray or cart, used for )hire, a tax of I done ti Mi oentnecs anal.ie-pitch. every description : to all otlier and iufulille! in tie eurc stiLe

::4T U<. a l'.wjer 1'.. O"*]*!) l4uter ]' ckt-J in .*It.ftJ .- iu the future. Very 'i>t! oj u ijtMid yiipply Watchcf cl every'l...-ri|'- ciht d-ill.ii". City and Country Merclianta wilt find it to their advantage ineascs for which they are rCoBimend :

*i CrcV,ri ftl,1 J reif| S.ure, 01.1 WiiKLwUrWbif iu.. Jewelry. I"Fanev (Joodc, Cutler.*, Gains. 1'l.tU-d 4-1'1"-" e\ery two tar f.>ur horse wagon used for to git c them a call before purcliasiog citewhere. B. B. Leach A. B. Pettu K. D. Albro. f. Ja-

>k r 11:118. H" uuJ jiulliind Jin. )Matlrira I'oi,t f''pl) ten1bPr 30. 1S54.; :ar and numrrniMntherarticli-p. which they pledge hire a tax <>f ten doll.ns.) t'f.La. Orin Huu I. Spencer Russell Edward CilW.oliii ,

.oil tttwrry Wi,.", Union, Hie. Tolm xo iliad Soap .' f'<" to sell to c hh cPntomtro at sreatl re- ')-U|HIUcry Lack or public carriage u.ed' f-r t31- K. B. All our aniclcs ar* manufjrtureil frorr. Albro.I Lucien Sweet, Xli.!! R. Sw.r.J..b

fltarvli. Candj, Cuii.U'** and S'x't' Snulfiii battle iuiujIhb1irs. New ;piiees.i TOWLE: .t MVEKS.April hire A tax a.! eight dollars, except hacks and cuiriagc the best material: and warranted dur.ble-uu Inehrnft, \athiibitl: Gilmore, Janus H. Pin.. Wnf

l l'.w.l.r11 j-iartcr, half and winK.pi, IIAVK jiwl leci-iwd I l.-S. 1854. 15TALLA1IA3KK. < bol'-ngiu to public livery staMen. otln-r very u ill lx- t-flVred fur sale. J.hiua'n f JuLusou \\mi.nlI. 0. Lawtou. C. Karrar, DLan1.r. .
add *w t White win Vinegar Wbit I unI IWUAppl -- --- ---
1.1 supply of Cl-Ahi", C.ii ; -Upon every public Lixery Stable, tax of fifty .. -
OetolH-r-JI. 1' 54.
41
.. ; OIJ :
t 1
: aDd
Au ncau .
Jy. aud Ne.W
Hraudy, ulIllfll.!
every color Kt\le, ; I :D. II. Anl.es I'AU. Wood :

WbAak1' |prt'pllr..t l to nuk; up in the tn< 7-U I".n every II .wfcrr and IV.llar] vpndinjj lywxN.! It 1'. BabWU's Potash in Tin Cans I Dear Sir :-Having u.ed and n..ri.nc.d the .!.
: ; FLOKIDA
,' Clothing.G .hurt Lulicc and rcasotmblc t,- wares :111.1 l morehaii'Ii/f., a tax of one hundred dollirs.b eels of your Vegetable Magic Life 'IIII! in my f.miJr..
ALSOA -Upon dl venders of Lottery Tickets, tax of .' 3.1J; -12-7 powd each aborted ; 143 B.n. hr I will that r"lllihm..li"ill Mnlu..J
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in a O my a. a *, they cannot
I il H-ed th fiiJ mJA
5T8 blacV an c Cl> Frneat" Dress WELL .: five dollar': ; and all retailor: of J'iriluou., i-r \'illl.W'IliI1u..r.n" a cube, warrunti-ii, equal to any in use ut about to. highly. I liavr c.ed them m- Mteral til-

. Coat flMtl.tflt's colored Tweed Fn"k. c..ek LARUB AND DRUGS AND MEDICINES. H1 ]; af..ir'a.d. all keep rs of Lillinrd talI.I') or : the saute juice Joe lliiit in (11ft}.. with full c'irctMi: .u. attack and infinniatioo. and I will icy that th.ir

:z% aDd half F111 Coat. Orereoati of nil kiixl*. wUb A.. READY-MADE -. ..- "* ).iwliag or ten jiin alleys, all krefn-rs of every dray or ,'for hate ptinted un each can, being in a niu h Dior virtues; cannot be too highly j>pr.riiit d. lot tm .v.rrHfie
"' VU, PMOU Shirt, Uraw.r. Collar. of 1 receivcjl pr Barque A*:a Fi,h. a fre"h -r-ortabJ rt.mliti. n f.r retniiig.! persondoirvixto
.r''' C.'nAi"lin every gannent : JUST sup I cart or t* '.r four horse wn .u. or h.iefc or publiconriiijH. Any they I... .pttdilJ triumphed vr di.-as.. aid
..' I- ...}, Clonk. Taiwan of Dnig4 an.l bha1idlii.i4, P.nt. Oiln. trui*h t.ccd I f.-r I lire it 'xi ill j'U-iise remit ten dollars in a letter to.l
4 4, & :: : r.'II'fhi.I I -.11 }(" '1'4 r"i>f livery tty nay hence I feel in duty Imuiid to reeonia>.ndtb,B to alL
whirt.. .; di ed of ", Pnttv' an 1 (!!lads \r"fI'--a gui'inl :*:"rt."a.t of r-k. through fiiend in this and I will
.11 be 'po- at \ stil.le>. haw kiT. nnd, pedlar-; \.n.I'rlllll..III'r)' or MIIIC }l1nce. Th cy operate perfectly e*.!. produ THf( BO 1111."yM'usah.,1.
.'_.4 I1ardware. Also, i> .:c lot of I'hiiu 6&I 1 .. .'rs.lIr.I'\I..lIn.llItlwr{ PaintirniHtrriaN.Al liekftn t filrill. nnil.-r, jK.-nity! a.f ,l Mible tIp: tax in ca*enf futttnrJ .n r cin-e n 5 aLo. ,.. 14S: n.!. Tin. articl ha.be j.i tnir operation !ii tanrofgb ; ar.4 I an

. ., :ETzttrwrcG u.uallj k.pt i io thhGUNS. ?1o., Uul rahirlll. t.\'alil. Stocks, .o Fin'-Soilji J -. I I'mc T.M.tli 1 nitJ' 1 ll"ir I'riit-I.e, Lubln't f..iilllt.IH.f.rl"I their several atM?ati"iG<, callings, or ,.n in ioU f->r the lust tlree yvurs.anil give the best satisfied that nothing m H., in most CBM. ia U*.*M*'
llioae ,Ie.irii.g \ l Extract: an-1 I a \aiifly ..f 1 L'I"\ Artirlex.Pimitcrt ef eaiifactit-n all "t.o bn. with :. ,
a 'Lrouiii, businean :ofaara s.aj1 mav bu plr-II\.r.. nnd uM-n the to mist it. Also ry than tb.s. valoabl! pill, to ptrfvrm a sp*.dy aMtriunllbalia

; .- own intt-reiU by givin-; rue u anJ Plr.fieiuin. ; will uh\a\n. tutu at tlh't.ihij3llIIIetit |han_\milk-lit of the taxc levied m na.r..llil. obtmn a lisrt per C.rbo (ate Soda Soap P..,.", Ca.tile S.:'. cur.

4.. .-SO DutM'hIsirr.1 Onn. varyIng fron. article har bcrn electftj ] .. : a full",|!ply ofcwiy tl.uig i.c-ik-d,and I.'I'I"Po to d-h (.1101 the Intenditnt. to h lie counter-izned Crelmrilr rr. CiiniHrs ,>f nil kiiid_. and the wt Sat Respectfully Tour. *W_

: "i lo |50. ALSO a general ortiuat u a 'j>eciul view to their )., dl til") iiK.-st liberal t<-rniH.Orders :' by the Tn'l51n'r.IIJ mch license shall not be isnuedfora ,'rlltua.D pound papers CO in a case, or other packa- "J B. SANGtH.
)Lzisi.wtbr7u.ls. from the Country promptly filled and sat-
shorter period than one year. geL O J. WOOD A CO.Proprietors. .

I dtkrb r21, 1654. 41 October 21, 1854. guarantee.!, will n'1."lInI U.fh to |"riees ami 'J-On all iowi\ ', other than riicnscs nr equestrianexlnbitionf B. T. BAnmTT.N 695 Br.<.tlw.ff'w York.I .
quality. 1'' '6ietaI1ll' prcrijtiouu carefully com- five 01. 68 a tax of dollars! ami "" nil circuses -.t.C(1liestriaii 14 M rk t :'lrsst. SL Louis.D.

a 4 For Sale. New GoodS! 1 1 IB pounded. : ct.1.il.itinll.i a tax of ten dollars fchall belevied February 1855. 5 3m IL Ames, Ai.; .T.n.Lu.., Tla

ETTON WHITAKER Aboi, KPPIXG'S COMPOUND FLUID EX. and! collreti-d for each exhibition: a licence to F.b'i' 10. t tt I
TfOUR amall Farms iu Wukull County, eootaining OF BUCHU. Tax Collector's Sale. _
!
e. 1-:. Remington a general authorize which nnt tir4t t be obtained, froin the Imita'n. ixutice. -
about 80 Merc. each with gnnl dwelling and cut November
p t kou*" 011 lbs aatne. Enquire this office.OfeUiUr Fall nnd Winter ftylea viz: -- .11,1654.- _. 45, dant, nnd countersigned' I by Treasurer, under penalty I'Y"irlulJ of the power vested in ne by law I I
.4 muck French Dltt'.kio. of..1.uhltie tax In-rein 1I"-.t'I''! .J shall expire for sale before the Court House di.or SIX month after date I.hall! present *r>y flnal a.-

; 14. 1854. 41 Fey French Cussiinerci, A. U CLARKE\ 10-Up-n all I itiuerent traders who shall offer good! at Miitliiion ian I he second Monday in April next the ,. and voucher to the Judge oJ rro ltt..1 i

I Fancy Tweed, 1 warts or merchandize, forb.de in thw city there shall! I following JeHribed land or to murh thereof a* will Mjuh) ""n County a. Administratrix with tie will aay

. w. Notice.. Ketitucky Jean, MERCHANT TAILOR be I levied and colh-eted a tllX of one hundred dollars ; : pay the State and county tax due thereon for the year ai.exed, of Levi Drew, and ask to be discharged ftoatmd t

., Sealed Proposals for Building a Court 1)lai.ll.inMY", DEALER I: KKAUV MAW; : CIUTIIXC; AND and a liceii'u so In ...11 -liaIl first \I" nlitamed from thIndeiidant I I 1 h54. and the t'sr[ ennt-n iicidcnttbvretn, to-'.it: 1 he administraticio. i

,4 House for the County of Wakulla. Printed Flannels (!t-\TLI:3U'b: FL-UMMIIXU (;iodns.NOW as af>rest.i :: Oix-ra do so to do if f a double tax to re imi,.fed.Stc. in towi sl.ip one North. Ivunge seven East purprutiiig October 14, 1854. 6m_41_

.''..' 1.: XITILL bo n-ceivcd until He 12th day flC March flue l)<*nimn, receiving<.ceul.itil nt l l by the Clarke Well Liu.. Stilliniin.*'n ,old. htnnd for- ; 4. Le i: further (hdnintd. That every Pa- tu belong to John Pattem/n. New Fall and Winter Goods.

: TT r tii'xl when the County ComniU,i ""-'rtnia-iit of \!
i1 l'* Inlll\ and proceed' to opeu the Projrwalft nnd award Fati: "v Calicoe*, Sljaer1a.ilti..ly; I\.L! CI"tJinFUIn ,nty. ami ery 110:1 T-ident Dentist bef"re pvr!uing Tax As ef or and Collector for Madison County.

fJf1"$.'t the coutrnct it line lowest bidder. A plan and specification Kn;lmh, Pri lulling in(I part..ftle is ads, ii..ths.; following Ca""irncre niticlts*. Vo'Ktillg.lc., cwui'd his pri-fe!-ioiiwitliiii the limits of this city, shall pay O..t..llt'r }. IRS" 601 41 DAVID C. WILSON J

' ': may be ler.n nt (lie Ju.lge of Probates OHict Printed Velvet |jkiI ; a tax of ten dollar anal obtain license from the In- ,
.r' Fine Blak Dr.. Frock CHats Notice.
from'tie .
8 LOW receiving brig Rt'mmgtun. Was'
'; :; &t" )PUt (itt the i iu pectin of Uutldcr The Cul.rtl' Aiorted I(aaSlerY. teini.int : find upon| failure c>r r'fll31o to do, shall IS
l ,
JJ'ark and C- l'd and other his usual
Single Bieasted and : vessels supply of F.l1..J
Frock
House will be required to be fi."i Le J bj the 25 of October Heavy Oanhburg.S. BifeincF-F pay double the- tax alnn-p\ a "e!s"-d.SEC.5. SIX month after date. I shall present my account
Coat Winter Goods alt of i hieb selected himself l
?!. l' U xt, io time tn the Fall Tei ai 4.t CourtGhXtltOE Merino : ?, itfttrt'itr Ord-nnnl That nil Ordinances) vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Prom ate for- were bY
FiiiK-y C > do. do.
purchased im
( :' MILLER, Judge'oC Prubau.t..JI'Ir.I or parts: of Ordinances conflicting with the true intent JeTetn: n County, as late Sheriff and adrniuistialor exoflicio
L" i It ark nnd ColomJ Cloth terms of them) reduced wbieh wftl
.V Jr.. iSnlr ViVjU, Ittfi fit 0 Napkin. TII\\"tIA. Black Doci-lin, Overcoats, and meaning of this Ordinance, be and the same are of the estate of Heury Gralitharn.llt'c"HII'J.late many to" at price, i-
''.( BoXch I)i Punt L''f'I.y' repealed.I'uFscd of said Coiintv, and ask to l I.e charged (rum saiJaJminwtra'ion. able him supply his (UlltOfT. 1I and all who .ay
. ..1 per. FaiK-y and ColM Ca."iller. Pant favour him with a call either for cash or appretei .
the l lowest and DANIEL T. LINGO.Sejtemtxr
All offered at the Council approved, this 26lh day of .
Ft\I:., Wines, Syrups, Ac. .d credit at the Store ODti ) Black and Fancy Silk V Clltl. February, A. 1>1PS5. If., 1654. 37 6m credit at prices certainly a* low. if not lower aaaa/

. .. OLD OtrdDr&zdy, W rcetl r.hir. Sane ki. A- Scott. 4. FaiM-y Velvet (10.a' THOMAS HAYWARD. Tntendaut house in this cit,. They in part consist of
Fresh d,.. C-a-i". do. C lhn..r/'l. Fancy it t .
\ Port Lobster, Oct. 7. 1R54.! : Attest-CIIAULU HiTcuiNAtiN. Cleik. BlacksmithiDg. staple Dry Go4idsStationery.T

; lAJ.w. Shad \\ lute: ilarsaille d''. IX B. March S, 1855. 9-4t A TTACHED to my Livery Boots And Shoes Drug.and P.rfu.M'y.

'fri:1t S kerry. M Clams Glass Oils, U ALSOA it. Stable im a Blacksmith Shop : hardware. SadlIer1.

t :lr1' London PoHr, HaUibul, 1 ffJiJJ\ BOXES Window fine assortment of Shirt,. (\.n}\irCravaU.. Black Notice. c3 in w hicli all kinds of work apper Hollow Ware. Groecriss,
a Bcotch Ale !BarJioet White White and Colored Kid aud Silk Glovi Crockery 5.11(1 Glass W.re.lrron aDd 5tHI.)
I' 1 00 kegs sdndjiu.t.tug months after thc nuderiuedaalnuitra. twining U that busine is done in good style, at short .
e 't- Brandy P.aehea, Tomato EtcBop I barrel Linseed Oil Stocks CotU aud Merino Under-ithirts) Jean. SIX date Eli notice, and on u icasonable terms as at any other Hub and Cap.. and Rape
of 11A
( Brand Ciiorri) ., Walnut 6 *' lArd Oil, Drawvra. Brown Fancy, Cotton and I Li le Thread { of the "taUl McDaniel deceived, shop in the city. Fanning implements such as Turn Boonet$ and Tnmmin ., IB"fC1nl'Oils "". s.i'uieu .
t late of Leon v\ill .his i fiual acuouut and
County
..., = .. Oanfa'Jellj, pices, tO Kegs Zin I'aint Hose White and! Colored Cambric Handkerchief all vouchers and ask to be dioctutrged.HIM present Ploughs, Scooter. Rods l 1e'i icw, Heel Pins. Tap Hlld Boy' Cl..tll1f1g. -

. ;ii' cit; oV. Pickle, tO package Fire-proof ( ) if which are offered to the public on rcHvn.-iM'jteimii ON J. S AUKUEItS. Adm'r. Rings and Iron Wedge kept ready made and constantly Mary W. Wages ) Leon Circuit Court ID Chas.

nt. nMrftd QUIDeel, Iloapbcrry Syrap 2 barrel Train Oil 1 warranted as good as offered iu iLi. Market ou hand. ThU will afford farmers an opportunity .
December 9, 1845. 46 601 > eerv.Jam'es
: .
1 ;:I. Pear, Etrawbrryfparklbg Spirit Turpentine in & and examine. to supply themselves without being dehived.P. Wage ) Bill for Divorce..
\ LflN1 Novemer
Gmgwr 4. 1854.
.....: 44. Hides Wanted. iCBROKAW.Jaruary appearing to the *alij ftiction of the Court that
l Geataos. Gingir'Y1vur&ng IT
1 V oTnber ) ,
; 1,1864 13,1855. 2 James .ida
l defendant
named
Wage
above r*
1 t EdraePm.. Ap1. Notice. 'Dry or **-1'1' Hide, also otter anal Deer the
i'O( ( out of the State of Florida it i ordered that a bearingon
.1 5n&iu.lUva1 Balad OU, Bounty Land LI4 Inning' claims agntust Skins, for which the highest market price NEW BUSINESS AT '
\ persons the Estate of ALLIGATOR, FLA. the fact charged in aid bill be had eo tli 1st.

. I.; t ig.b; MuiUrd. Caper u at the Jiij>he. oC Leigh Read late of Leon Count do-ciu-ed, I I will he l'a lII.y D. C. W1LSON. ''I'MIE undersigned have engaged in a heavy goods day of May A. D.. 1855 1 : PrOt1i rcl. That a copy .f
Ci l. 14/1834.
BOUGHT October 41
Claret < r
; Sparkling
notified
" : hereby to tile lef.re
pi I (/' who have pro\c same tin un- .I. and CoiniiiiBiou biifineea.' Having their own this order be published in some newspaper printed ia
Old Port Juice.; ,
.. f ;cbIeeo. igned with iii six montLs fioni tl.m
U tublUh tht-ir claims If latc, (it be Tallahassee for the of three months Wore the
land
of trlln tatiou. intend sjmce
I they
mean keening
"j'r; Havana Sff*r 1). II. AMES. <,i haiti n-ceivii g any time of tic of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. pol
l I.i amount than they vrcre proceeds constantly on Lniul a btik of Heavy' Goods, which day appointed for said bearing.At .
Y.twber 11 1804 43 sale .
of the rt'al.1
At.. to be hereafter
mad.
land fourteen OROWTU OF 154. Chamber Peb. 1
it. 1855. .
: ,
llavinc; ) they mean to Fell at such prlt.'CllS will leave no 10- ,

;}U ,?f f Lands and Negroes for' Sale. I fcution and settling of .. HUGH And :p.cilll.Maott.r AIU'HKR. Jr.in, ell..k. RUT liaga Flat! Turnip Cabbage, Beet.Ac,just ducemeut to Planters to go cast of this for retail up- J. WAYLES BAZEB, JaJf.

ttau I fully tin *ny. and February Cluncery. I"'d. 1>. 11. AMES. phc*. Feb. 8. ISSS. 5:101'Notice.
24 1R55.
: ..rJ: T i*: 8obcribcr(offer far *al. hi* plautati bear various Department* at W 8 J'u h !_ _._ January 13, 1855. 2 They will also woke the usual cash advance on S -5-----

. cr' t ffrrAucdla. Hirer, and on the St. AuguaUuefa ')65eMOiI record evidence of : Leon County Iron Works. Cotton,and ship the same to the best houses in Charleston .

. 3 1i. .. l ; the tr.ctt contain about H60 ncre Also 36T I 120 Georgia bw-ije Sonth Notice. Savannah or New York and transport it from SIX month after date,:I hall present flhif 'li

ttr l' ) ipro ..fl4SSII' young N V-O *, 24 worker aiiHHigUrro. Mmster Rolls cor perou. \ IIIS TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA. month after date, the undercigned, ailminis the Plaulers' Gin when voucher U> the Judge of ProHte of Z'sri.W
tHblulmivnt desired.JEFFREYS
i j"
ttt :. A liberal credit will be given ou tho Nefl If you linro any Quarter J- orders will be attended now in full operation. All 1 SIX tlf the estate of Thompaon Ware, deceased. A CO. County }Florida and make application for my dis

t h i >oe*. I willhMK*'di..p >* 4>f the provi-uon*. Moe.sad Load ClAims, call in. No w rk done with! to with promptness, and late Jeffensou County Florida will present hia final Alligator, Dec. 181. 60 Sra chl\rge. Administratrix of Gworg W.StaDdJe1'oC lt'
sli-nild .d le ir. iieatncM nut] tli>i>:itch.)
b f.t Wairtutlw (01P l M 'I.he purchaatr accounts and vouches to the lion Thomas J. Choice Jefferson. Count 1.. deceo e All kind
of work ouch
with a* Stettin Work, Mill Work
JAMES JLTUOKEK.1,18S1. N. B. Peraonn SHIPPING
t''ji lbn.. ( iIi G.-iring. Sugar Mill! Circular Jitih/e of Probate for bald County natal ask to tie dis- STORING AND BUSINESS, JANE STAKDLEY, AdtninistratHc'October
' J.W. ., Di'.. tf 81 I or lUchardson are invited I Saw Mnchinery, cllllr c'l. W.. U. WAItE Adui'r. AT NEWPORT. H. 185.. Sm IL .
1'i'i' \ lIg, Iune3s, Hangers, Plough Brain
at my office (over Messrs. :) Casing.
Kovciubvr 11, 1S54. tiu 45 ri HE undersigned till carrie the above business
tc. als. on
t. Iryj Goods.ILOKETS in Tallahassee, 11*. lUItIU'II. ; Sugar Kettles of any size kept -- New Boot and Shoe Store. ." ,
: C1. hatuL All work dams in .1. io all ill branches. Buildings well calculated for
. fceetif ..Shirtings At November 11, IBM. such au eplab- To the Old Settlers of Florida. undersigned take pleasure in infort
>c ,
Oziisburgs < will be dune by u*, with a jnirticuhir regard de pca'cLing wagon L. LADD. THE 'customer and fiitods nf John Lr< ,

-.tf-:j' D -, IAOJ flow *IUItI aud fir aal by Horse the Iruogth aud durability of the work. Tullus li. ITIcierc. late of the General Land) Newport September 2, IS5. 35 nn the public generally* that they have boof* oct

}rf..a4 If JiCLUGUTORMOND.ZI Competent Woikmeu always iu reodmeiw to put up d Office end IWh.n Office Wa"'liIlJtlon' ( D. C, will Hair lira Boot and Shoe Store, and are ready to *. ?P.
Curled Mattraaset.
. ; D.s.ZL1$4 THE undersigned .ngmes, tc. attend promptly to all claim- under Florida Armed the best kind of work in their line. All whO ***

";r ; Notfce. Leon County Term will be liberal, and all work dono strictly for Occupation Acts of. 1842 and 1848. Persons who JUST received on consignment, a lot of fine, enrlei any work done will do well to calL They wtrrani

fI \ t Mill, whidi will grind Fifty 'h, or accepted orders on Home business firm in this were Kcttler uDder the Mid Act of 1842 and having ruattrasae double or .ingle-very thing for their work to be made a. well a* can be don !.

j' co-partnerahipof TUNIW. PWCKIHST They are wai. routed as the Liberal priocs paid for old iron, Copper and complied with the tequircUlt'IIt1.tI.ereor. have not received hot weather which we will cell low to close.- where ele. They hare on band the beat kind

1:J* THE *C'u1tC bera duolred, the ubieribtjr will coo* UM South. Fanner will find *. the PATE.NTH for their hind can have them obtained D. LADD. French Calf-akin aDd English Sole Leather f .

{ "" for Plantation, a* the same i All letters must addressed (post paid) to or attended to by the subscriber. Nw Port July 15,1854.MILES 28' their work as cheap U possible for eosb .
Jill{ "PA'C'TOMBE'iw COISISSIH BUSINESS I answers for the Mill P rooa J. M/SHINE CO. Tallahassee Fla. Also cIinis prosecuted for l'euliune.DouDty Lands, .M. P. BUu.

operation, MU he Ratified by March II. 186-. 10' Scrip Back Pay bc, : ou the meet reasonable NASH & CO. _
,18S5 tf
r- ': 011 bi i"uooth : 1lQ. INCKlf Y.'Jr. Ie ter' or Dr. Bradford January % .. ,1 ; .

r A: I. O.I ., Nvsu. C\tXaJl.UL: Waar. trerill will meet with prompt P. 'B. BROKAW'S term kPaItL"i 1'l.nOD. Dealers in Drugs, Medicine, &c., I .. N 81.-)

; I 1> LWEHY1BD SALK U. S. Senate inform their friend and the public that ; nfellcnr
r. ; : JtnB BN.OES. STABLES LKWI CAW. WOULD .K GS on 1w1 a tor. by
Dee. 1 8. 1854. hand good assortment of such 100 -
44 JAMES Cooru"a'." on a HEIR* ltU h'
4i'On. .
4 TALLAHASSEE
: WEBI Jb>wGOCRPIX Funa i FLORIDA
k 'ic ia their line of business '
..u. M Joi Wiutojf, Washington, D. 0 article as are generally kept Angui.tl9,154. 83T
4 MATTHlBttJCH A Co.Hx' Executor' .t. __
F. : aud will be receiving regularly 6. Inpplies. Their
r. ({: _Chultalou.Sfp1eanber 9,1834.. _Z It A LI person., creditor*. ;: "PJIE Proprietor would fn- Address Pod Paid JULIUS E. MEl HUE. eria shall be reasonable.Tallabaisaeb ._ Information WantedOFFRANKLIN .

f f : !/\. boUoo or other* inta : 4form his friend and the Washington. C. April 9th 1853.. )ili. & JOHKSON. formeHy Bat
Otf .- Foil Ti,. 1 6M.A publi that be ho October'. 1854. 1m' .11
; Ju1lfl Circwef flf Jeffe rebuilt
h' ..' John .' ; tate of ] ;; bat who for a c 1UD1.
tot I tiI. 0.?;UI-. h .. -4 T. eeaaet);arc hereby notified to Urge Brick Stable at tb* old staid/aad i. now' Notice.. Carriage. Buggies,; aiai Harness., years psa; lived m the owffcoorbood of,T.1Wtn .
,
' -l. c 'Au"b for "1 .. iar.d to aflAotnrnodftfc fH'fnends'' ai4'e.t. S t I-
: demand within two jean For Sale: ty i. B. Brokaw. Florida. Any infcrmaiion rfard la aim .
t I .' lie alolrt attached to bt month after date the undersigned executor oj
& ; ;' r d p.r. MooUcH 81ablee. a good Black j
; Ct i imith ', Uigned '
address
Bu.l. SIX 'l
Agent --- arid If b .
my .
tbonkWly *
Jft :
be '. Mike of Washing rJ flE Sub crfar.fiaikwtf fcCfTved
asrbmao. 1MevNte will hike barred ittd*]!.PMW>M iad b Stop/where wilFbmve- a4mll kiod of of PoUtr, deceased 14. a at Mooet Lonrrl HaHfcx ssity.YfrP' be

I j }'bJes dtth t1\aaw OTUVI Hb.Dd ,. -sr. vquestetflkS; I ,+atinn work Ham .hOffDg.ed Carrie work tb County,will prest l hi*fiual ocoouut and voucher I very1ijesepplytCaniage.Bug.. will w*
._ a7 aUaiac11. toj>
add and ak I be -from UM oorwev l and Harncn. whikb be o erti .
pldCI in ..4Ite1 filed IQ.id: ..: Is fa1' .. .utatW very beat manner with proaiptncn .andpatcfc. dMaiiarged eI : 180.': .
pear' ,. > ) reoJwonWe &*.-
; BHABPLE88 ($ Ea'pI. .. .n tU nxmt -
I
s. :
'cr ..TOJO5. At(7'ISVI I Y. J.1x. 4 Ff'Jrnrt": .1i 4.Yr 7
kb,biiers1us. i'::44 ,' -:. Ij I. Ftbruai-y t, 11U.. P-4 to Jof;a.ibe, llU. ;A. : .),
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