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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: April 21, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00434
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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".A1mI B.: bare tbe name power to inflict punishment now poe" shall be held at the annual meetings, and be by ballot f The Cricket. One of" the gentlemen" accordingly. paUocr--jf tftb' nto T* I j H- "

S ses ed br the district court of the United States. each member having one vote fur each risk held by ,'.
.j- Approved, January 10, 1855.Prsuc htm. It shall also be tbe duty of the manage of BT HADASSAH. affectionately on the back with one. hand ta1elrsImeimi1t. tetOvqrbe21/igiTOf. ':" uthon' ,
S LASWS OF THE UNITED STATES. said corporation to cause to be published annually iu The At cricket the foot be dwells in the cold, cold ground turns over the rosary suspended round her! ty.which! cliaraetenzcd ther| vuit .:Tl*com '

XIV.-An' Act to incorporate tbe Mutual a newspaper published in the City of Washington, tbe And all through of the the lengthened old oak tree autumn, nightA neck with the other, and ask her if she is con mittee not'only went'in ajbodj.fcat.tie invited ;

?ruc. Yr .-An ,vea the title of the oiW }' Insurance Company of the District of Coluin- amount of the premium notes and cash on band and merry song sings be. tent with her situation, whether she can leave a number of.their'.friends to jucompaay '

'dUito certain.Laod ia the city.of Cinekmiiti.J bia. securities bald by them and,the and amount such other of losses matters, if He whistles a clear and merry tune, when she pleases I The young ladies were I them and see the sport" Unefporl, truly; : :

ft meted by the Senate and House of KtpreuotitiTM Be it enacted by too Senate and House of Repro any relating during to tbe the business previous of year said company. M they may By the sober I light of the silver uoou. of course subjected to questions even more I this breaking Jntothfe' sanctuary of the citrten ;

S oftb United State or America in Con- eentatives of tbe United States of America in Congress think proper; said publication to be at least two The winds may moan rude whether there are any boys boarding in >I this disregard of that saving prinelpld of tvil- ._ ,'

gnu MMffibkd That the title and interest of the U- ansembled, That Ulysses Ward, Thomas BIng-- week previous to the annual meeting of the niem- With a hollow tone establishment what punishment, they suffer ized society that a> man's house is his .- '"
sited States to tb. unsold land (if any there be) in den. F. Howard, J. C. McKelden John Van Keswick, bc.s .fthe and of said meetings notice All through the leaven of the rustling tree 1
( Aeir
company ; for misdemeanors &c. It is Where their warrant probable .
The clouds scarcely necessary tie. was ,
in fractional town their
!hip and
fnetional cctioa number eleven P. W. Browning, and Matthew O. Emery shall be given in two published in the may fly
number four, i ia fractional range nuiubcr one of John present and future associates are hereby, declared to I I city If Washington, at newspapers least two weeks 1reviots Through the deep blue sky. to describe such conversation in detail ; cause," thoir oaths orisffimstlonsf They |

.: Clem: Srmrat'ft J'O"cbue of lands within tbe now be a body-politic and corporate under the name and : thereto.Stc Tic 11.w..rs may droop and the brooklet sigh the reader can readily imagine what the scene had none. 'They were guilty of a outrage j;

State of Ohio \. and the same hereby is, vested inS style of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of the. 13. And be it further enacted, That nothingin But never fig cares be. must have been. upon private rights. S .

the corporate authorities of tbe city of Cincinnati and District Columbia; and by the same shall have I this net shall be coiteti uf d to grant banking privileges -I lIe whistles a clear and tnrrry tuner The examining party, of course had This Catholic school was a private iaijiiu- : '
and bo r tbe sober of the silver everything
light
in office and in other occupants succession and shall,be able to sue moon.
Uwr accessor any perpetual ; or the right to issue note ia .he nature of a
of the tame in severally upon payment to the Coinmiwumcr sued plead tnd be impleadod, in all courts of law bunk note, or to circulate any -or or currency. It All through the lengthened autumn night their own way, and when their sarches tion-an inquisitorial, committee coujd[.ojily j

S of the General Land Office of the minimum and equitY in the District Columbia and elsewhere ; i I shall, however be lawful for money said company to employ And nerer a fig cares he. and their insults had been protracted to the invade it under a complaint on 'a&dsMt, and.

price of land .ubject to entry: Provided That nothing and to make and to have a common seal, and the and improve nil moneys rLoccI"ed1\ them, mid th! Tlere's. a tiny cricket within thy heart, extent of their pleasure they took their leave. a warrant, according to l law. But they saw 'I 1

S iD thii act shall be so c-nrtrucd as to impair the same to break. alter, and renew at pleasure; to ordain profits thereof, in such manner as the managers deem Aud a pleasant song sings he; It is scarecely necessary to say that they" foundno that they were freely admitted, and eqn 1he- .|
establish such ordinances and He sings of the mercies and of God
of other >enwn or per- and by-laws regulations goodness
l *l or equitable' rights any j Lett for tLe interest of the as aboveprohibited '
company except matter what it wan not what they sought" ted in their examination byjthe) Lady Scprfrfor
the Mid land or to any part tbere'f.Approved find generally to do such acts and things as of real That hourly fall upon thee. t ii'
onto and iu the estate.
December 26, 1654.Prsuc. are or may be necessary to carry into effect this ICt And all real, 'tate except purchased pnrch.iee by sid\ for Let him whistle loud and clear, unless the object of the visit was simply a throughout the house. That docs_ not mend '

*g and promote the objects and designs of this corpora- the of collecting or securing debts company, shall cs Never drttwn Lira in a tear; lark" at the expense of tho State, in which the matter; The offence is in the stupto ty or 1
purpose[
VIII.-An act provide for the Contingent tioii. There's darkness enough on earth, I (row, doubtless att1 in
the of the authorizing
% I cheat to the Government of the United State, unless j case objects was criminal folly Legislature lot
of Nebraska. SEC 2. And be it further enacted That the Without the gloom of brow
Expense of the Territory purpo the same shall have been sold and dbspot-cd of and I a gloomy ; There were no nuns immured alive in contracted this inquisitorial visit ; and in tIle commiHe*. .'i
and designs of this corporation shall be to insure Darkness e-iough in tbe home of the
and House of Representatives BCD poor
Be it enitcted by the Senate passed bema idE from the ion and ownership
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of the United States of America in Conrress the respective dwelling houses and other buildings, of said three po85ett next Piiweetlinj That never comes to thy lofty door. cells, nor any evidences of abuse of any in acting upon it as a full and zuffieictt'MUJ
furniture and of of the corporatioo.'witbiu years Forth with smile ort for I legislative interference I their The, Legislature 3 3is
assembled, That the sum of one thousand dollars every descriptiod property such purchase: Provided. Said company may hold a ,calling or even rant for proceedings. ,1
be appropriated to defray tbe eontingent expenses members thereof against loss or damage by fire. that maybe absolutely nt-ccasary fur the Their wo to beguile ; inquiry.. almost unanimously anti.CathOlic, if.not en: !
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the property Forth to lighten the I r
for the ejTcrnment of the Territory of Nebiaskafor 'Api- transaction of their corporate business. heavy glOm Now we ask the reflecting men and women \ tirely BO. It was elected, to a very great extent J\\
tal stock of this shall consist of the Forth to brighten the clouded home ,
.t.h renaaiuder of the present fiscal year tbe comyany premium I Src. 14. And be it further enacted, That this act ; tl i
of Massachusetts we even appeal to the can tho anti.Catholic feeling so
of fifteen hundred dollars Dotes given bv the insured and of the cash paid in as Cheer up,the soul that shrouded in night: | upon pvta.lent
shall be in full force and affect from its '
J fcmner bc-co appropriation drawD from tha Treasury by the late mceicfet on said premium notes, wInch cash ahall never I. 1 5. And be it further enacted, 'Iliat pztssag.S'Ec. 1' ) Tell it in tones of love, dor of the eighty thousand voters who put the I throughout the State ; and, since the_un. 'i
l.RTbg Congress
Governor Burt aad by reason of hi* death unavailable exceed twenty thousand dollars.: Said notes shall be reserves to itself the right to change, alter, repeal, or j Of hope ou earth and a land all bright present administration in power, is such a record ;wise' movements of Archbishop Ilnghds on
S being the true intent and meaning of payable on demand, and shall constitute and be a liento The land of Life and Love. the above fit to form in the and school A
{'r the present annul tbi act. or any part thereot, at their pl atlul e. ,1 as a page the church property public questions
all And
this act that not more than fifteen hundred dollars the amount thereof respectively upon buildings SEC. And further enacted That never fret, and Common- Bedim
16. belt the members history of the free enlightened and jLhe late mission'of so prevalent
insured said and the land which I That cannot
\rithin
this get
fur said contingencies by company upon you
rhall be expended of said shall each be liable in his S
S corporation or weath of Massachusetts in the nineteenth cen- the 'We 1cn'irn.
fiscal they stand, and the appurterances to such land, and Jiwt what you want while you travel here. throughout country.
year. individual fur all debts created snit!
Approved, December SO. 1654.IX. upon the estate and interest, legal or equitable of the corporation in favors capacity of not members by thereof This is nrit your lasting sphere ; tury ? Make any allowance you please for agine, therefore, that those Calholic'Sisters of
assured iu SUCh lands, and persons Tri.Us, vexatious, have ROs-
buildings, appurtenances Approved, January 10, 1855. exaggerations in the story which may Charity, in their little establishment at

Prstic .-An Act giving the consent of Congress and upon the other property insured by said conipany I Are but temptation) ; been caused by the natural fears of the terrified bury, opened their doors to this Legislative i
in thereof Provided That said Use them at-ight. and help
consideration along.
to the ceflsi', bv the State of Massachusetts to the : company S they'll you witnesses and does the record stand clear of friends
.. shall file in the office of the clerk of the circuit PUBLIC XV.-An Act to authorize the Secretary of i In the narrow r4llad committee as to.a deputation personal 11
S State of New York, of the District of Boston Cor court of the District of Columbia memorandum of the Treasury to issue a Register to the Bark Mar That leads to God and fair? Is such the treatment that defence- religious or political. No. They cowd

ner. the name of the individual insured, a description of tha. Use them aright, and they'll help you along. less women ought to receive Is such the only regard the committee as so many inquisitive III

Whereas the Commonwealth of Massachusetts fourteenth, byTj A. the property and the amount of tbe premium note Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcpre- Never fret, behavior of gentlemen in the Legislature i I It eDt"DU I. And herein lies the weight! ( S I J
act of its Legislature,approved May ,
unpaid ; and the said note upon tbe filing of said imitative of the United States of America in Congress You'll conquer yetThen is only paralleled by the stories that have com the .
and ceded the
D. eighteen hundred fifty-three sorer memorandum, shall be deemed and taken to be in all let him whitttle loud and clear outrage.
eignty and jurisdiction over that portion of ita Territory respects as a judgment entered upon confession by rectiou assembled of the That of there the be issued, under tbe for di- Never drown him in a tear down for the insults and excesses of unlicensed In this tight the act of the .Legttlstare-af;
Secretary Treasury a register 1
known as the district of Boston Comer situated in virtue of a warrant of attorney and execution may at the bark Martha of Charleston, in the State of South But all through the length trouble's night soldiers in time of war. pointing this committee was a cntej J, Uwlsfts
of said Commonwealth. and I
the southwesterly of the southwest corner line of the town of Mount any time be bad thereon for eo much as by virtue of Carolina formerly a BI itit h vessel l. called the Aquatic Let; him sing his_merry song._ Our legislators ought to have a more intimate act, and the vi it of the committee enderiL'
westerly the provisions of this act may be due and demeanable; but owned John W. ldwell., citizen of with the fundamental : With th'o' vaai-
Washington in the oounty of Berkshire and Commonwealth with the now by a A Rirt- practical acquaintance was an outrage. antipathiea
shall of
but lien thereof filing
the commence
New York said the State of South Carolina, the said vessel having of The bill I and the cotnmlv
aforesaid, to the State of ; act principles government. ing between the Legislature
said office Provided
the memorandum in the : That A T.wly whose bearing: more tban diacreet
been gay
into the of Charleston in disabled
net t. take efi'dt however until the Congress of the construed take from such brought port a of rights which u the first of the constitution the and this Catholic femal
to part
sue lien shall not be person condition, and condemned as uuseaworthy and sold Enchanted a beau wb JHJ she happened to meet tee, on lone part, .t
a United State h&ll consent to such cession and an- insured ns aforesaid the privilege of a free',holder: and which, he caused to be repaired and refitted for Grew wroth at the freedom her manner invited, of Massachusetts, contains this article school on the other,had there been no oflcaee,

I nexation. Provided further That the privileges, immunities, and And with virtuous scorn his advances requitted. I blended fothj
New York net ofits sea: Provided, It shall be proved to the satisfactionof : or nothing! like persecution .i i *
And where, the State of by an hall be confined "
franchises this act to tbe Good he answered humble and meek
.J pawed July twenty-first A. D. eigh. granted by the Secretary of the Treasury that the cost of the lady most Every subject has a right to be secure official visit i it might have been managed at
Legislature District of Colnmbia.SEe. blush
While a genuine stole over his cheek-
made in the United States after the
hundred and fifty-three accepted the sovereignty repairs purchaseof from all unreasonable seizures of his least courteously. In order to avoid all
teen 4. And be it further enacted. That all persona the said vessel the exceed three i "Ofmy obvious fault I've the painfulleet sense, person more
ACd jurisdiction over that portion of and the known Territory the of who shall hereafter insure with said corporation, and fourths of the original by cost present of building owner a vessel of the [: And deeply regret that I gave you offence ; his houses, his papers, and all his possession appearances of intimidation, suppose a lin '

MawachTuwtU above described and as ilso their heirs executors, administrators and assigns. same tonnage in the United Statep. But then-for your own and for eotlemen'8 sake. All warrants, therefore, are contrary to this member of the committed had first called at
district of Loston Corner upon the terms subject continuing: to be insured by said corporation, shall To prevent in the future such awkward mistake*- them (
if the foundation of be thus ",
S in said act of cession as Approved, January 25,1855. right cause or this school and stated biscK'ae J-- I.aai
the expressed thereof the
to provisions thereby become members during period This bit of advice don't impertinent deem: .
appears bo certified copies of said act filed in the office they shall remain insured by said corporation, and no Pray seem what yon are, or be what you seem." not previously supported by oath or affirma- one of a legislative committee ,appointed (a

S of the Clerk of the House of Representatives. l longer. Pfxnc, XVI.-An Act to nuthoriz the issue of a tion ; and if the order, in the warrant to a civil |i examine into the condition of the conventf
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And whereas. for the better defining the commissioners limits and bcc. 5. And be it further" enacted oat any member Register to the Bark Foundling, of Boston. Massachusetts Bigotry.The officer, to make search in suspected placesor : and nunneries of this State. Your establish

ex.tentof bebatfof the Territory said States above of Massachusetts mentioned and New- ot the said corporation shall have full power to Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Legislature Massachusetts some days to arrest one or more suspected persons, or : ment is private. We have'no. authority over
on withdraw therefrom at time by applying to the of the United
States of America in Congress
any -
authorized for that have causedan since committee visit and to seize their property, be not accompaniedwith religion or ,or"education, except
York duly, purpose proper officer thereof, and paying any arrearages of I assembled That the Secretary of the Treasury appointed a to investigate your system
accurate survey and may to be made of said Terri then the Catholic schools and a special designation of the persons of objects where they conflict with the laws W.
assessments that he may owe company, ., and be is hereby. authorized and directed to admit the convents of the may
tory, and sufficient monuments to be erected Mid in and along when the said officer shall cancel such insurance or to register the bark Foundling of Boston, she baring Commonwealth, for the p'upose of enlighten.in of search, arrest or seizure ; and no war- have no complaint against you, no affidavit,
its eastern boundary line as required by acts insurances be in the name of the or been at with nnd rant ought to be issued but in cases and with
_: said and duly authenticated, as may person picked up sea no one on board the public upon the internal arrangementsof no warrant You may, therefore, exclude Mr
copS o( survey map witbdiawing and also cancel such prem- brought into tbe of Boston, libeled aud sold the formalities the laws." t
persona BO ; port at prescribed by
the if But if think
of said tp'ajd-
Latin also been filed in the o.'Ece: Clerk: those institutions. Accordingly, on 26th you pleafce. you proper
? is -
for which said responsible auction the United States
ium note or notes person by marshal, and chased
pui It wonld be how
to out
Therefore and return nny amount of money which may be by William C. Fay, Boston, her present ownea, alL tho members of the committee, accom- superfluous point mit us, we shall call here upon jome appoip- |]i
Ba it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives the books of the and individuals this article was violated in every clause by ted day to'look into :institution and ask rj
due said person on eompony; and put in perfect repair by him.AppuoVED !nanied by some other repaired to your
United States of America
of the in
assembled, That the sum of seven thsnsand Congress one bun- inch pcroon shall b deb rrftd from all claims on thissotzpaay January 25, 18i5. the: convent at Roxbury which is kept by seen the action we have recorded. What was the you some questions. We are not Catholics j t

tired and eighty six dollars and uluety-two cents is fur any lua" or damage by fire subsequentto ,- Sisters of Charity of the order of Notre warrant of this committee of seven, swelling but we are not barbar mi.". Had some sack ,
the time of such withdrawal and the canceling such Pt.-Bt.ir, XVII.-An Act to authorize the i issue of ?
a its numbers its act
own by own Nothingbut
hereby appropriated, out of any luoneys in the Treas- inr-uranco. Provided, That such premium note or Register i to the Baik Colonist bv. the name of the Dame. Of their proceedings while there, the application this been made at this Roxburj,
ury not otherwise appropriated to enable the Seereta- notes shall not be canceled, or iu nny manner discharged The Lilly., Boston .A \wtil'r, of the Slit ult. tells the following a vote of the Legislature, unsupported by school by this committee, it would have hep
TV, of the Interior to liquidate the present indebtedness all such oath or affirmation, and drawn up with regard in better '
but
given until arrearage are taste ; acting did without
of tbe in the Di tricl of Columbia. or up Be it enacted bv the Rennt and! House of Representatives story : as thy
Approved.penitentiary January S, 1855. paid and also all assessments thereupon to be there- of (tbe United State of American in Conrcfcs On the Dedham turnpike, in Roxbury, just to no formalities either prescribed by law, they had no authority to act atajl/ In

ifter made l e issued, under the direction beyond Oak street there i U an ordinary housein law or otherwise.In confounding private houses with pt&Bc sehoclt,-
time of
PUBLIC: X.-An Art for the liquidation of the Penitentiary incurred SEC. 6.before And be or it at the further, enacted Tbat the affairs I I of the, Secretary of tIle Rreasury. a register to the which a school is kept by seven ladies, like manner the Constitution of the Uni- the act of the Legislator, appointing tie.ecmmittee -,
British brig Colonibt by the name c.fTlie Lilly, now ted States that The of the
indebtedness. 'f said corporation shall be conducted by a board con- owned by Chrixtian F. Funch,of the of Xew York Catholic Sisters i of Charity," members of the guarantees right was a nullity, of no more binding1
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Reprteeatatire be elected at the annual! aty people to be secure in'their houses, '
S dating of seven managers, to in the State of New York: Prutided. It ball be order of Notre Dame. They have twelve pupils persons, force than a similar edict from Bill Bowlegs. -
of tbe United States of America in Con- of the members and to eooUrme in office until prov- papers' and effects unreasonable -
meetings against !
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of thousand ed to ibo satisfaction of said Secretary that the cost of !Indies between the often and .
young ages ,
'S assembled That the *um seven one
less than of
press chosen not a majority ,
P luadred u,1 eighty-six dollars and ninety-two fteDtiEo' whom successors shall be are a quorum to do business, bat a less the repairs made iu the United State after the purchase -: fifteen, all Americans by birth. These nine- searches and seizures, shall not be violated ; Civil) and religious liberty in tibeta L.Tpited.0" "
of the said vessel
by the i and warrants shall issue but
i i. hereby appropriated, out of any moneys in the number may adjourn from time to time. Vacancies ..I to three fourths of tbe taint of present said vessel owner the s equal tune teen-ladies' for the whole household, with the no upon probablecause States are tangible and practical rights _--
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable tbe in aid board be filled by the remain a. supported by oath or affirmation, and
happeD may i of said repairs. exception of an Irishman, who is employed a'jotit -- We cannot disturb them with. impunity.. '
I of tbe Interior to liquidate the present in- the be searched
which
of the for to
Secretary ing managers for the remainder year particularly describing place -
Appao\tp, January 31,1853.Planting the premises as a servant The house is Wherever church_ church
the in the District of C- auy
debteSaeaa of penitentiary :Ley were elected. The board shall choose one of and the persons or things to be seized. attemptsto
lumbia their number as president and appoint a secretary r located upon a thoroughfare much traveled; Who is safe from such unreasonable usurp the powers of thfr t *.wbere-Vw.,
sear-
Approved January 3, 1855. in-i treasurer and such other officers as may be necessary In Teias.By i is not secluded in any way from public gaze, ches that of last r 'Vhat'house the clergy attempt to monpolizai"ttw temporal-

for conJucting the affairs of said corporation. the steam-ship Mexico at New Orleans the grounds is not surrounded by any barriers. as Monday property of their congregations ; wherever a '

TCBU& XL-An Act authorising the Washington Sea 7. And be it further enacted That the persons \vo have Galveston advices to the 7th iiist.- nor does it have any of the characteristics ofa is there in the State that, occupied wholly be the by de-I religious order or-society eaten the field of: ;

Gas Light Company to increase the Capitul Stock named in this act be, and they are hereby appointed Speaking oldie weather and the crops, the ( a1- monastic institution. The ladies who reside fenceless women, may not next politics' as a' balance of/ power ra po ticlafTaira '
of the said Mutual Insurance for frolic of nartv of rude
a boat d of managers News scene a a men-
(said Company. S veston says: There has been neither there as teachers are highly cultivated and accomplished M +1 ; LegWAtule"&Ild'm.ty ,
\ Company until the first annual meeting, and Let the constituents of of the right
Beit enacted by the Senate and House of Rppreof until their successors are chosen as herein provided ; moisture nor warmth sufficient for -egethtion.Here and as much entitled to respect, any gentlemen interpose to resist. them. sBut t.AI neither
this committee consider how
S && 'of the 'United States of America in Congress and each of them as shall be present at their first in many places the seed has rotted in and courtesy as any in the State. Their pupils composing Congress nor the State Legislatures hare th* .
That the would relish invasion of their residences
SI Washington
Cotapuj be and. the same hereby h, authorised Gas-Light to meeting may proceed to organize, by electing a president the ground : and even where it has sprouted, are likewise respectable, and there is not they and disturbance an of the of their- power to abolish convents or'nunaeries, or to!
and secretary thereof, and as soon thereafter as the growth has been checked by the severe th least evidence that their attendance at a privacy interfere in then internal
(
ioeresK the capital etock thereof one hundred and: fifty ? economy, so hay:
tbe families such this.
thousand dollara."Stc. practicable books and otherwise ado' by-laws provide tbe necessary.for the cold, or entirely destroyed by the late frorta. chool is forced, that they are subjected to any revolution by inquisitorial parties as they no authority these Rdibury irxjuisi-. I
prepare company I The in vain if the
was fought
2. And be it farther enacted. That the said Replanting is therefore almost universal, or discipline or obliged to undergo tori.il] committees
transaction business and when so prepared to exer- rigorous any American of and inspection, ,. .
stock shall be subscribed on the books of said company cise a general! superintendence of the affairs of the at least far more so than was ever known lie- -.oil of ill-treatment. great principles private right We admonish the new-party of tL Massachusetts S
,in shares of dollars and the holders of the domestic security are now to be set at
: said increased certificates twenty of stock shall be held subject company: Provided Tbat the said by-laws shall onlybe fore But we learn that in many plat-eft the Such being the character of this establishment nought. Legislature to adhere to the consli-: i'i

made by the concurrent vote of at least two thirdsof ground is so dry that it has not sufficient moisture the nineteen ladies residing therein were tution. There is it' .
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to the same liability as if provided in the eleventh exclusive of the no safety beyond i f,*
board In first ,
the whole ofmanagere president the placo a special legislative committee .
section of the original act of iooorporarion, ap and alteration or amendment shall only be to germinate the seed, and. therefore the -urprised on hifct Monday afternoon to see two and "NeitJ York Herald.'
examine
pr01'eGJul\ eighteen hundred aod forty,eight. made; by a any general meeting of the members of the company farmers are waiting for rain. Even with a favorable omnibui-.es drive up to the doors, crowed with of seven was appointed to -. $5'SIUNIYICAYT.The .
the condition of the
Approved,January 3, 1855.Pr two thirds of the of weather the the "la- report upon theological
at any annual meeting and. change crops must now passengers who alight and inquire for

to-amend act entitled "An votes shall decide; and any alteration tlm made shall necessarily be very late ; but if we have many dy superior" and being met by the head of seminaries, boarding schools, academies nun adrK fagem say t: :
XIL An Act an
Ltc, the neries and convents". the Conmonwealth. a' It
of
be binding on aif[ the members company. such northers that which of the being now obligator equally to ofieers
net to tdUhluh an Auxiliary Watch for the protection more as chilled us die establishment} the spokesman party.
of public ADd private property in the city of Sea 8, And be it further enacted That the managers yesterday, it may become a question whetherwe informs her that the crowd is a committee appointed Secondly, it appears from the testimony of and soldiers go over to'ih colonies tQ continue ., "

Waibragtoo" approved August twenty-three eighteen may determine the rates of insurance,the sum to are to have by the Legislature to examine the I the committee themselves, that they proceeded their services, WD tJere isnoon, ; :
any crop.A
hundred and forty-two. be insured, and tbe rate of interest to be paid upon *_ to this examination, in the case of the Rox- posed to t
S the deposit notes provided it aba 11 not exceed six per I house. JNo notification of the visit to be expected -I go witiSigly t ,the Antilles h a.
Be it enacted by the Senate and base of Rpreentattves centum per annum; but no more than five thousand MODEL Du.\.-An editor out west"titus has been served upon the ladies, and bury school, as if fully satisfied that their ap. been decreed By tho Minister jf War that- .,

S of the That United each States of tbe of said America in Congress dollars shall be insured on any one risk, unless the talks to his now-paying subscribers and .hey are obliged to take the statement of the. pointment by the Legislature gave them the investigation$:: ba made .to, :ascertain. ,_who era, .

j shall assembled receive an annual compeooatioo.auxiliary of six Lunched water premium notes shall amount to over one hundred patrons Such a dun is"worth half the price members of the party on their own authority. i undisputed power of an unlimited search warrant the officers to suppI vacancies "who wish |to
thousand dollars and in that case no risk to exeed five there at other within the
of to two dollar ] or any place go to thocolonies in thek '
subscription a wesenl
dollars commencing with the present fiscal year weekly : We have already seen that the committee actually capacity,
whole of notes.
the amount premium
eeotnm on
to be paid out of any money in tbe Treasury not otherwise -. per enacted. That Friend, Patrons, Subscribers and Advertisers appointed by the Legislature consists of scope of their inquires. Now this was either i and if those,idispoaea so to do 'should, oot.be.
l., appropriated.Sec. SEC. 9. ADd be it further every person the result of a degree of ignorance among the as many S without faif
arejregnired
members. We unable to state as
of said : arc msay
shall become member corporationby but seven
S. And belt farther enacted. That BO much of woo a members of the committee, discreditable to as"need be. ordered
the above recited act, and of the act approved, March effecting insurance therein shall before be receives Hear ns for our debts, and get ready that the number of the party professing to act as the schools of Massachusetts commencing with the
hundred and fifty three a policy deposit bia promissory note for such committee this occasion but from the common ort most recentlyprrnote.in. 3fch class.": *
three eighteen fixing the com- you may pay ; trust us, we are }n need, and this on I.' .
{eotatlon of the said Auxiliary Watch be, and the sum and upon such interest be not determined exceeding six by per the have regard for our need, for you have been fact that two twelve seat omnibuses, which was an act of inquisitorial puritanical eapi. I The Dlano Etp d state 'that* shlce tWo
which had had ceased
is repealed. centum annum as may we supposed to
befecy. ,
.wne per onage term
I of
Approved January 3. 1855. managers; and said note and all interest paid thereon long trusted ; acknowledge your indebtedness, appeared to bo full, were required for their exist in the old Bay State since the last witch : the servfce for the troops t to be sect to S

shall be liable, in part or the whole at any time and dive into your pockets that you may transport, we can only estimate their number frolic at Salem. colonies ihas,been reduced irora.eight to Sour

PL-BUG XIIL-An Act to continue iu force for limited -I when the managers shall deem the same requisite for promptly fork over if there be any among at twenty-four. There may havo been a few burning We had that mcmlSer, of I( years, the number c(vdlunt ers who hs.vsi. .

time the provisions the act of Congress third the payment or losses and such incidental expenses as one single patron that don't owe us more or less.Nineteen supposed every ,. presented themselves, >(or nlistoi. nt'has ffOiieas -
said
t' be for transacting the business of you the Massachusetts Legislature was aware of
Lundred and may ,
March eighteen fifty-one, and the necessary high as '
sec-- ,Q.e adds
.S oud section .f it*upplement of eighteenth Jannaty company in proportion to the amount of said notes. something, then to him we sa-step aside ; ladies, twelve of them less than fif. tho fact that the constitution of the United | been to paper tho.whole: /.Jtbas

eighteen hundred and fifty-four so as to enable SEC: 10. And be it further enacted, That suits may consider yourself a gentleman. (If the rest teen years of age, could not of course oppose States is the supreme law of Massachusetts, tion necessary. require cxmscrip*

t'. the Board of Land Commissioners in California to be commenced by any member against this corporabno wish to know why we dun them' this ig our any effectual obstacle to the cntrace of twen- of other State and Territory of the .voteo(25,000men, because"is, urgent .
as
of Private Land Titles in tor damages sustained if is withheld every I to.send,more,duui 19,000 men: iq,the Wand ot
close Adjudications by fire payment answer; Not that we care about cash our- ty-four full grown men into a common, house, Union that all acts of r;
party or jiny Leg-
that State in a for oCher purposes. for more than sixty days after the company are ; any chair theceiesotthatarmyart4! b,
selves but our creditors do. had the ladies known the rights -
even guaranteed
islature inconsistent with the federal constitution "
duly noticed of the same and no member of this fill. -*-*
Be it enacted by tie Senate and Howe. of RepreWstire ; Would rather that to and them the constitution and law of Massachusetts : .
we jail by
UM United States of America la Coir eorporaUon, not being in his individual capacity a you go are unlawful, null and void. Our ideas, "t S
vi
auembled* That-Uie pI'Or a. of the act of party to sneh suit shall be incompetent as a witnesS you go free, than you Par your debts, aud we aud had they been disposed to however, of the wisdom of the legislators of i I yv- : *;:- I 5;

osr..c appnrred third Uarc ighteeofattDdr endow & such suitonaccout of his being a member of said all keep _moving? As we agreed, we have maintain those rights by force. The gentlemen 1. Massachusetts appear to have been somewhat NOVKL, IL1OIV13roPvzzzIeTL.G .

:.S ,. ,. to sccrtaio 4md Mttl the prirmU land company. worked for you, as we contracted, we have ," we presume we must call membersof extravagant. Those wise men of the East" Smith, Berriah Green, and a few otherspirits: .

claim iD the State of California., *od ol the soood the Sea 11. And shall be it deem further it enacted That for, whenever! furnished to you, as we promised, we have the Legislature by this title,roamed over the seem to have very. ,little', respect. for the supreme of that order.have lately been holding si, rpeet-. .

section ef the net wgfcUsath Jsatnrf.dgbtaeo hundred managers necessary the purpose waited but don't whole house from attic to cellar: No Chamber lug of.several.dats at QI wc JK. .
tad tbs is .forte b'ortUr of paying losses or the current expenses of said upon you, as you pay, we law ,of the land. We are, therefore, o, .jQ tdop( I'

oaotiooed fifty-foor in oootinamfr force Car tbs WIll Muse of on*yew,cod> company, or both to call for the payment of any portion dun you. Here are agreements for job:work ; no passage, no closet,'no' cupboard ,escaped constrained to repeat for their information, mca urps tobreak;, up sjl ldre1u. dMominatiops .-:

anddr DO long r. from the third of Mirth eighteen bm> of the principal of the" deposit Botea they shall contracts for subscription ;' promises for long their vigilant search., No part of ,the that provision of this supreme law, which 'pro ftnd orgai iatipns And build up a newsystem.of -

eel and fifty-five. i ettle and determine the snm to be paid by the several redit. ; and duns (or deferred payment Whois house'wa enough sacred or enough protected claims that the right of the .people to be secure their owp.tq'take &e c.cfs y '

Bte. i members of .id company, which shall always b* there that he don't take)a t by respectorthe common courtesies' of other/ They JpqIclQ that p&Nttsjiamfm.
2. And Le It farrheto ncted.Tbattlj. UniUd tbe atnoont of the reapsoU so mean paper : m..their persons houses papers aad effects js|
States district attorney for tbe northern district of ia proportion,notes,t*and shaU original give acb ofaaid members -I any, he needn't speak-we don't mean civilized l life, to fce spared in the examination.The ,'-agajnst unreasonable ,searches and, .seizures 'wrong,,tha\r there:should be but.ooeoarrerssl.church' S

CsluVnia be eonsel and bs is hereby, jmtbonzed to employ notice deposit thereof, in audi manner; a*' the by-laws shall I him. Who b there BO green that be don't advertise ladies dresses hanging hi their wardrobes shall not be violated ; and.warrants shall ,and |thai hooesty. should be the only, '

Urs assistant Of the tTaite4 Btat.oa to'ald 10 bun the in defendin nd softs?for the tbetbjodieatson fa- hare 'prescribed;'and,. if any member shall for the ?-If any, let him slide-he.'ain't the ,were.tossed over. The party invadedthe issue bat probable cause, supported by test required ;toentitle s> person to the n iUofj ,

of sodb daima before the district court,tt space' of thirty dayt after recehing wjeh.notice, refuse chap either.. Who ,b. there so, bad that he chapels, and showed their respect as Pro oath affirmation, and particularly deserih*' membership' ,. aDd so OIL-Pcc. JUrqw, -

a salary not sa xA'ag three thousand six tuodred dd- or oagUetto py the son*proceed asssastd-collect upoaithn.'iusuch the don't pay the printer! If any, let him shout- testants; we.presume for the One God whomall ing the place' to be searched,. and the persons Eagle- .. i-i.j_ _, .

lars per annum lad also lon Bpioy b 1f'derieal forte whole ease amount the of managers ench deposit may note with all cost ac for' he's the man we're after.' lila name' .U Christians worship, by talkfng'loudly with or-things'to be.seized," 'I, "' ', .'. ,
t sxcsedlng two pesioli:at a piauh of cot amount"thus collected shall and he'f been us for two their hata.on while the ladies shrank! in terrorat '1iiz 4.cmzL O.umI&L Occi, V .i'fe
hundi4 4 6AjJo1arsper mcthaci, &be sprvjceof cruing thereon"r; and tl Legion, owing one i In Jhe face ofthfe organic law of the Union eJUi ,

aaid". tof eogcsel aI d lie clencal torte afbr *- remain m the ttwaorjr of the campI to tbesame three;'four, five, six, wren and:eight years- the desecration a spot which they believehallowed. and off Massachusetts, ft committee of that:: s.Jr!!,,eikieIL, .Zi', # VtiS 5giva ,! f' *r

f smid,JIOt to'cootioM beyond.t6e exijeocle* ol the aertioenorbq5 liabilities at said note or aoteI1FO ld car* been long enough to: make u poor", and himself Legislature proceed to the little school of the W iL thMLiEt r, .
.tbenc&lz ,
Tb ntk. f ODpodoftheuvce year from' .tbe able to.Sea rich afo'fr exeifEe. If.i: te) abOvo 'p eat't While hi the chapel the'ladies'decline! ,bo!<- Sisters'of Charity at Roxbury/ and 'exhibit ; .4_ go t4cc. ., .
*. 8. And be i it farther toacted That ttt general him ., !pea IftJitrii, iu ,_trWMatJ.a.p.; : '
8m. :. And be'jturfW eoacted,'Tfaat tbe said' meetings of this company halt e bU anoualryv:4htinvs hi& conscience d esn'fawak to a sense ding any conversation with their torbsecuton, ; their Authority.from the' JLegutatara' to exam-;, then to 1eraW ajeimtiuIT & :. -

ecnniioira; ; or either'I'thez maylaw the writ and pU to tie delemfoed by the magen\ .ofjustice, we hall have to, try (he t law and but in another part"of thevhouse the: principal luG ,the premiws, .s if it 'werft, an edict from -1. .l" $S, .. \ ,.

I: fsubpwa. Tequirmg'tbe tendance of witnesses be- also it shall te the duty of.,thf' president. toeall a sea what virtue there is in writs and,const, expresses; herj erfect willingness toanswerany the Emperor :'of all the' Russia They cert to suffer- martyrdom, taoilntsa'his. twii;*"

f f"ri th said hoard and that for any contempt in'& meeting of the company'wbeom requested to dose -bice." questions propounded by M the committee. inly' to considered it, or they'would Dot have mon. .
Doe!lctI''e tl "U(b writ, the raid board thaN hy twcnty-of members. The election of managers! I II .

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5 -TnoTfartlorcl IConojj sayzz.Isz3 Florida Ce*tin is beginning to be apprcceU I. A diCkulty th14betjlao the 8paidh anr.h '\ ARMIYtiOp: TE

-- -- the followhcr rcotutiou wasin&od 'Ithi atcd in thqrrint m jof'die jorld. ThYorl ,. ik i Knr .ox.ApriLt Jt

TA1LAHASH weH-kno\t }c, hgnha.inived 8baifl.d

William L lO -F h Oyrntient M.EDtTQMy renwi ntbeen t I 28th ttImo. and b.ingi tle diyigrti
I a1nrdiyApll J, Vg4tinc'ir1abiM the .regiri.1 cipreshonb; thenw, rrIzj# : &U ; icica ''uI tbsn ib,, IWi list kiteUigj1,
;: rthj Tfyt., thus spealcs r*& 4 by ws Sjwnixh %t1nitty. "flu fLQrial t.r.. alki Lmpo4inee. AetIti&y pt ,

!NOTICE.Tli- CopartuersWp- Lcrctoforeexiftinp1trr ions rj'xvCmi makes the profession of a tertain Our available stock does not exceed 20,. matter relittp to the religioia priili-ga of Rn'tM I under SATe of the 10th int.t\ith regard to armies at bwtopnl.. sod there s
Vicnia G fe Lre
J; B the ottJrrrigiMHl has bet n this iUv tuIved religions faith .an .essential' qualification I 000 bales, and consist* mainly of Upland*;, uJects3ll} i Sjiiuii In the London Timea wend ti.. an ejection recently heM in this place for In- h4J bteuthg' of ncff wg up wi

4 Ii -. C. E. DYKK for certain oiS&eq, is ynjuxl'anti'rcpublicant'contrary Floridas and Mottles. Wie have nil through i 'lloiiig. from it* M.iJrKl rrc-jpunli-nt wriling un- tendant and.Councilman, from which, dic.fullowhg -
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t R. C. \'YILLIAM3.vH to ike rpirit tif the present age, and i z/1
the season bwti bare ofNcwOrleans cotton tier date of BUr.j .._ .
,, t 1 I ; : r Vhenlhe time arrives for again calling > js an extract : ? ?_ March 23.-Th* virruuj /
the- tter- proper which, perhaps is not to bo regretted, since I t ftir faardsoa I C*, juof AHfett fin-f rLjWtJC
1tL' a convention to revise the constitution, we j j "I have strong reason fir b liovit that Omoi.il E 'Sam was there, and brought out a ticket
ieiDeih. proves to bn the poorest crop, as 4o staph. zsp8r"c.1", nnl probably nil hi- c.1Icigtie'' >* ith the -.x Sleefrr the dty..2
.. of ilr.PVk will pjviro no efforts to induce the people to f fasaeiit in opposition to the one regularly nominated aal.espoitcrf fccm L1 jWfc* tao*
nt* dut thesune.b.cuwe tbo p Tp rtv arid cleanliness of .iiivvwitluaiiiy rec&lleclion! Cttl.fl uy Kir Luznri.iej, were ctifelf igpdrnnt cutil
.>f rirto wffcolj'; rsiiit r.ftll.l (to tho} ohrogation of a principle which and ret tlifesati-ifjieti H! expr jtIfrnn:I yeterdity. t>f tli notes tiatt have iti'ed l between the: by tho Democracy. The. Twult apparently M'1'S
,$Ld b/iL la( vfintf.ik ft-C. AttLLlAilS.fr should find no place i ii the. eunFtitutio. of-a the lust uaim'tl.Minister au'l.lx-rtl JUovrdeu. oo the .ubjeciof tl> ip ofl2t4 Vi IE CoiiJC
of
at iy
Liverpool jtsific
verylow and
e* r-- rajige took none inpresodian
by surprise
W '_3* t the rcli MH bai ithe, outrage at Sejillc.itc. In every one iatifaptorviT&AI8.i: iitk rtoT J -
tion
-.-=i--- -j.- those who this resolntion nnonwhich orders have bcxIffllcU nl ypsterdny's 6ibinet council however the question wa* jfte gontleii t)ect. J No ouo knew tioo if Stboitopol, but jjropOM troi ilSiftfte1'?"
ia Apalachlcola.A Among supported New Orleans-, jn many cases cotton shipped nn>UjJit! (fi rwrrl, n 1 1 have if. PII eclltqt nnthorityflmt iti4 -
Tire .
ticket : t
were quite a number who are now the most as Middling! pra.vir.g uo better that Good Or- it renlly was (]ti"CUet i wl.rtlu-r) the uutn in quest t'lat Sam was in fotvn, and the regularly Oh (le 17th e/M.ith. .
aaiu
).r letter from J. L.-Wymn, Esq., editor of active Know Nothings-among them Levi (huarv. lpland?} on shouli! not >he i'i tunioj to its author. Infnrnintionof .in the Geld: never dreamed of opposition." ntUck 'upon the ratifeallted line befbn H.

: Apalvjblcola Cvmmtrcial Advertiser, da- I the contrary: an1 both good in staple and this reneheit the British AriniHtef, mid not long afterwards Now to-those who were here, and acquajiitc but err.pthetfsbgnat, 1. '
Chambeilain, Chairman of a sKnow-Xolhing ,the Hpani-Government received iqtpllipf nee 'The potion of aflaii* Both osw
i 11Ozhin8t, meeting. color, and mnaikably clean and free from through a pri1 e btitni 1ich1nne1.tIiatucb! niinul ; 1 st'* all the circumstances attending that wl wdJitgrreuisios facirand.

f My ice w .ea.ke1' consumed yefter. loaf. They seem to be properly appreciated; xrere o.TtTitl! U tli Riith! Joremment us the election the alone is die most ridiculous! piece ruaintain t1eir ica. There >ad JMmMhe
Here. another resolution, passed unnni'\\j almost for the flrt time, iu Liverpool. I have tt-tmnof annfe nyl a ibj-x-t iriterfffini; to the Knglish ..|but they rewlleJ toPrepaiatioM othngi ,
day nvenurjg-byXi*. I saved nothing.hut! my j I people nih.tf'tthK-ll Jjord Ihvdenbad done biit his of humbiiggery ever penned, even by the indefatigable
I mous! i by the New Hampshire \Vliig fit.ite | seen sirnih-8 of : ile.ofho( latter at ? d t ptr are npidljr
took niwl enough even to pi in.. j fntt duty! in Hfiidin i',. it was hit intention in ixhour's 8.am"was rwple for the rawptiou of the .o
the
papCN-flOt Convention Li t. 1652. Now all 11) ni:>rp than the snnu grades in OVIeans, tin editor of Seiitiuql. kmp.ui tftoStq
,. S1 neaily e to it-move tl.eP.iili-'h arms f.omthelncndej Jbe first two
hnve
4k.T .a ifGp with. Losi about 82,000; -no inpuranccPI of tho Whigs of that State are Knowoth owilg to superior staple arid iVocdoin toni j (,f HM -i-J-uec. nn 1 f.n-'jxii.l nil further commur.icai here, it is true, but as to bis: having Coofereoce. Tie poinU tbinl ii the bfenMUWu Boet eriucal tp
the fact id die Floridian leaf.v i with thrt yrnni i. (ktterr-inMit until lie received inj 4
: KWO announce brought out a ticket in opposition 'to the one occupy cveral 4ys.
ings: ftructi 'r.ii from his I tlionld be '
if the
own.
dial die Commercial Ad- Since the above ia the j Mupiiml TbeLflodon iLuinjf lit raid kbt ..
Joxrwl and state : WTH tvpc wibjoiii'd that tajs
4. I (i tunninalcd the
ieritnieiit ventured
Rcsolred. That we belire it to h.ive beet [ Spanicli upon Mo strung R mea- regularly by Democracy, poleoa will Mitd 20,000 more
troop* toi.gIuJ
*'*" ** .criiyvi-: will be published as soon as matorials the design of the founders this gixvoninu-r.i i .. l h IMS, bivn handed K' us by one who ha? I fe1 mire rathi an the r e.nicnt return! the that no they e alluded will net do to. In'" f.ict, I is wanting in the least c-nadqw of correctness. will transport Utctn. psovidcd

>'s a -can -pnxjureAi The Jiro occurred about to make AmeMc-a thcAyuri of the oppressed, \ contriir.irvd much towards promoting the so. There was no nomination made by the Democrats Conference Sftrdinia U doe in the not result*in petct. -'?

& o'clock Jn the morning, and fortunhtMyihtrc but never to tho subversion of it-* distinctive i gruiI} zzid .ah' of vurFta1.L : 'The fnuiwry Vbltatloji, at all, and it was not known who would millions pounda Bterlirg.Kofli*.* market j fcr *JMO..sfth

; :: u.ia little or no wind: blowlingt die character; lh.it it should beAcvygf alike/ front \ : ; 'rho .trr.oninxy; : movement of die 1LzsfaehuIctts .their ticket until the morning of the Sir Ciwrlea Wood ill z'ayt a, tora. aath porth
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run on
** the B. lUc
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and
and!
religious and political oppcssioit, that xviiiiin i & U'bit *tM&r.
dio do.strur.tion of would have M. KCITOK I cnulor Tx rkHroki Le iajilre, | jn reference to enm, to roforet.*
New
: % -t, ;. .- tite or property :---- & h > nnnne- election. strict bloclaUe. ihsu u
its bound.iiits ehil priulfprcs f-houM be unabridged -j nothing ihore of hnpor .
i-: i'iri; very heavy. Owing to thiscircum.stance, by religions! opinion;! : therelcue, we I j : 'h Ilopoi-t of the Colton Market. The .IC .wd Catholic Schools attracts attention The ticket which turned out, after the election L4liie. -

; r M I the oxtnioniinary exertions of our cilizen: the} Whigs of New Ifiirnpsl/nt1, ir n.s wo alw.oj3 j meiiti-Mi inaJ'j of our fbi ida Cottuti is the i throughout tlie Tnited States, and -is a general to be be Sam's" ticket, had. been out a

: .t fire \TJ eor-fmed to the printing office have been, dendftUy in /faror cj' bh! >niny j first complimentary notice of tie! kind I ever topic of m-uspapor comment. It apjean{ > week before, and wan supported and elected Dot0q. TRIAL April or H.-JudireCortM.TBi-vpiK'0 1rn7116.of the Grcri

4 ; .XLdidiq." the religious leal from rir S'a'c ('ns1ifi.: 3v: from vucli a quarter, and hhovvs that ut1 to he nwverf.'dly condcnine? The following by Democrats, Catholics, and every body else, d.e Courtbu deetdtd that the hxlictta>pt ugahitt TWo.

: --- --.- j Tlie Cheshire Republican s.iy : can mik :i* good cotton n.s i in any part ol remarks arc from the New York Commercial under the delusive belief, that the main question Anthonj Fmrker Bun and other U ioTaJid.ONE for.,rict dmog tbt rediUmu4

i The Railroad QuestionWa j Nov who \oii-d in fi\ir M"tii-* resolutionnt tincotton region. I will hut- alto mention a Adcrrtifcr, :i proihinent and disercci IVote which divided the voters, was, as to whether -

ore indebted tu Judge McDonald for j the time rf ned to I We will ol ly men- f.ictu to tin? *ertility of our s-oil. On one ofjCJtn. j tint, journal: : or not the law enacted by the old council, WEEK LATLK FROM EUROPJ.AEEIVAI .

: tM*: vote of MrJiion on tho' question of t \ lion those with' whom wo, in this section, ares ; !Hailr-y's i.l.tutr.lior.o in Jefferson Cour.ty, |I .So tl-lc i-i'it that v-Mreincs meet/' asjd POj prohibiting the erection of wooden buildings : : OF THE BALTia

r.. : -County Fulijctiption .to the Railroad, us folJit !Ipz. particularly iiitiTOfrled-and we- will iiHMitiin.1t i. aiu''T; '! tho manntfrmnt of Mr. Jaiwrf ilattgh. j j1'iozn I j true is it th.-it): when once men are tempted to on thoburnt district, should be repealed. Sr Yoar. April It.
twE 1 A. II. Crngin, tlio liiiuloy cinciditv; iiift iige: in the f-lightCht; degree! perfect freedom The Royal Mall steamship America, Csptjj*.
4 :' : .'"or Congress in this '.i>tri -t.Sid. J'2I KC; ..there were ;&thiTvd end ;i-nt j jto : religions opinion and perfect equality of redo Sam cunningly placed the popular heading of hl.A arriTwl She eajledfrotn Liverpool the 3Iit; ,

fnor,. .. ... ... fW i c.iiiftiJ.it nukt-t IJtl 1 iwtKv the which brings threedaja Inter infcUeiKu than ti T
M. C. .%fc 'Iurt. thc Ilindoii: : lightest of j li ionibts the road Brick" to his ticket those
.tg.inst,. . ... . . . . .fn; .! the ChepMrc Di t.-ift. ; ( they enter upon high to thereby keeping Lou.arid one week LjU-.r.tLap thu gallic. Tie gp
for (Councillor >: \vr.s not unil! -l.r/0 lb. \'i4re tl'ia Ke'' religions intolfrance ItCh ]
% can II persecution.It outfcide ]jurisdiction ignorant of his intention xccedingyiznportant Th Vltmii Coufereow
-I It Uk
w 'i* 3J. I aac .*:':uitev..nt, on? of the rhkf fnjrlors > A. i iTailnJftff I t i is not safe to hitrod.ice: religious Fair to break up iocoufueiioa TUis j eaatZ
.CKI J. C. questions ccneral
for 18l to claim and herald it to the world his
>
'; s. Jtfajoiity | 5: the Hindoo lodge iu thi-s} town, and ;; f ftween I into our popular ( h-etions, for the moment as tneot ia the(iiplomatio world. ;

: : Jt..3 Tote was small, owiijy- to dia busv ; ':. for the Whig cliques inside :\:iO i.j i. o, Aj-rll S, 16fV : you rnahe n-iimoas majorities in the.hg. victory. (vYrm'z. I, 4UVRRPOTIT.

'AcY1 of die year at which it wai ttken.i j ontMd? of the Iotigc.I ; islature: you practically nike; religion a State oo far from the result being a matter o- wwx-- a VLivAapooi'
A -
nit-cti.j of th citizens of Hilhln.ouglii !
i ; :;'*., XeverthelcFS, It may be reg.irdcd an a fair ex 1 11th.. Thomas M. Edwards WAS noiiinn- j matter ; and the majority never resist the temptation surprise to the gentlemen elect, some of then Much SL
"* ; ted at lluV convention, >is cindMati for KL-c- i Ctnsnty TI= bid :it Tarr.p-i on the -i'.ii irtft., of\\;,-lhng! the of the State for Cotton ;a finn *uncbangei'. Tha market Io M
ot" the
the wishoa of the jwnvor
of tho
people from the of the
4 : ,* _pre'fcion tor. and this resolution con>tkutcd :i j>olion: j to t.iKi> j into cdii-idtT.ition the tenritiatiii; : oi j their o\i a elevation and the depre! f-ion and were on ground opening buoyant,aaid holders ofier ir* Ij. Sle o(tlw*t.k *-
/ .. polls to the of the P mount to 82.300 balea. Speculator tau k 1JOOO .
County. closing
t same, electioneering *
of his
; platform. the r ::..irtiiitr: &.ir Florida Uailroad, it strsningto i oppmsMon !;ti7L Kngh'xh, the persecution I porters 1 ,000. Qautatioua.Afft aa fclLm ,
.. 1 In few ks the voters of Leon will bi'willed if their dear lives the issue -
a we as depended
; I of thOt' another creed. We bhall on ,
Once more. i In l&5 the Whijr party i ;m- lie ud.rt..u.1 th.'tt Ctdar Kt ye hud hci.-i deteitijir bp Fair Orleans,. ....jMiddliup
:*' on to express their wishes nt di polls.'A I I glad if tin"1 itlii-ttrati'Ki of this truth given by and in fact, were the only gentlemen who ,. ri...A
i.i.itvii.a candid&to for die Pri'sidencv! who.i 'd oa by the Directors as tenr.inrH.Tlie .
;i
-./ ,' :> The'vote H to betaken on Monday, the *id. ; the Massachusetts Lf ishturo serves to put were not surprised. Fair Uplanda.. ... .
i in iS\8, wrote The following letter : fi-JIov.it! ;:; v cvc the resi tvd 1 Ametii-aii citizens, their in Middling,.t
.-_ -* ;May, The meeting at Centrovillc on Satnrday upon guard this par- As it j is well known, Sam's adherents are
1' S WA.-mNr.70x. May 29ti.! 1819.BJ.VS !by tiC mcetitig : i: ticnlar fltE PEACE
.. last learn from thowu who COXFEJIE.VC2 AT VIEJWA.
; ,< as wo largely in the minority in Jacksonville
,
: Siu: In reply to your kind It-ltcr of S I 1. Kfsohrd, That .it ia the wn-o of this I you The Vienna Conference is u
senoos difficulty
.\ : -.wez&present. was very well aWnded.1 "Thio. tIe: Sth instant. I take j.Kvmure in sn ing. that, i nuvttiig, that the location of the Charter olj .nowNothngism; in Kentucky- will readily perceive that the triumph exulted the third point;al&OBgK it ha b eo'-rnodrfied V RMQ tt

: : : -trulyremarks the Sentinel, whose welltimedI grateful for the too parti:)! estimate von j the Florida Railroad Company from Amelia John Rowan, Ksq., of Kentucky, having over by tho Sentinel with so much seeming ;allies The matter hu been''referred to St PetttvburK& -

I llingu&geve: quote, "i i* one of the most place on nsy public service?, you do me no Island on the? route to Tampa to any point bf-en called upon from several quarters to become heartfelt pleasure was much-less a triumph or receired. and, although the ebofereoe the fourth* is juetp.oecj till a repij

i wealthy, populou* and intelligent sections of more than! justice in assuming!) that I cJilett.-iin: j short of the \vntcrij of Tampa Bay, id ilefeatiig the democratic candidate for governor Know NotLingjsm-tlian of treachery and de'ceit. diacuned in the meantime. point mar powiWy U*

"kind :ind liberal VICWM towards our natuniiiIzt'd { : the intention: of the (joiiCral As.-t rnblyDid ,
: /V "Jha and it was from thence, we Lave In election FRENCH MINISTER IX LONDON.
county *' I of tint Stale, declined to assume die position, an openly and honestly con
citizens. it would be .
Certainly, impo ibli i- injurious to the mtenM* >f the State o; The latest
detpttcb from
i. underntood. emanated strongest oipoition} for me to reconunenJ or support ;ui\ Horiihi, pruiieulaily Uie I-'as-te'rn' and Southj I for reasons jlK'e: '! in a. letter to the Louisville tested, Sam" would be leAvso far behind in the BOth nit M. Daocrx Dr J/wdcq L'hIrnthe waa Friday Fraeb nuli}&>*

.; j to: tliJ measure. The meeting, however, we measure iatended to exr-hi-le them iVoH) just j i portiois?, and, thoiefore, !'f ch location j t Tiuits. lie says. : Jacksonville, the crafty gentleman would fai'to i-ter oT Foreign Affairs, baa been t Londoa for cvualtotion -

: :*,3.. t, irhderet-ind, was a verv* satifactorv*" one! to the and full [particijiatiou in all riul :irjd politicd! j ought lot tlzith to. be arretUcd, pr .the aid of i i I am unwilling to peril the fair prospects recognize himself by any manner of means. Paris, where with the be wHI GoTernment. Da left', thai niU tt,
r twtf ,
aUj days after
1, i,. friend? of tLi eit >)-prisIf no c-xtraorili.iary rights now secured to them I-y our rqjublic.in J the State \\ithhi-ldfrom the chruler.j of the party by becoming their standard-bear( PLAIN TRUTH. directly to Yiecp, l fHogtheirreTOciMefc vK&tppi"eceds ei1''

trnthusl.ism was manifticUni iu favor of dieproject laws and institution- j; ;i. Resulted, Thcrt'foro, ih.-it it i-i the dtliberate j er ia; the iiext contest, for the simple reason, "" MUPWi mination of the Allies upon the third puini.' flsns,

K:: !'.. It is true, that j ji; u .season of unusual exiternent judgment of this meeting, that the Hoard I that my wife i a Catholic. I see that a respectablo Public .Meeting Waokeenab eloseted with the !leading English JLoist era tLrmlHHXVoa
L' diere was lUtly or no opposition exUbitcd tome years ago, when Loth parties i I Trustees of the Internal !Improvement Fund, ( whig (the Commonwealth Friday. After the ouoautUlioa., b Lad M audkixt
paper ) estimates At a meeting of the citizens of the lower *
k..: ag.-wi.st.iu The success of the en torprise I romplained of fraudulent pravtices in the naturalization -J ought to refuse to :ncknowleilge the location the number of know-notliings in Kentucky with the Qneen.- -

;: depends much upon' ,the.vote at Centrerille of foreigners, and when .there j of any part of the r.-iilroad route from Amellia at fifty thousand ; and as I have been part of Jefferson County, held at Waukeenah, .RUSSIA. -.

:? ; and Miceoiukse, an-1 we would again ie.g seemed to IMJ danger dint native and adopted : Island to Tampa) Hay," by the Florida informed by good authority that no man who on Saturday, the seventh day of April, 1855, from There: t.'are Petez-aburg.no morn fjTorabh. indlcatioos of pea

citizens would be permanently arrayed against Railroad unless the jsaid to take into consideration the
4. -,-<-*. %. mind oar readers of jLc) meeting appointed at j Company, Compauj! has a Catholic wife can bo a member of that : expediency of PATI.Eparterobead -
each othor in Jiostile factions, I was inclined: i shall undertake to construct the ii oa'l ypou the i society, it H fair to presume that they would the County subscribing for stock in the Pen- of tb. Bpaaah Qorenuneot. b..
ir *. { Mi next Gov. Broorne,4 vs.
: coukit3oflSaturcL1y ti) concur ii: tin.- opinion then avowed ; \vholoroulo aceori'into Uiei h2tezLu&d
by
nteau. for circumstanced. If this he democratic
i not vote :a man sp sacola Railroad Company, agreeably to the autedlhe demand for a modificaiioa of UM
js Messrs. ('Ltbdl and Long, who addressed the many leading statesman, that eonic modification -,i ing of the General .WcmHv! a expressed iu true, fifty .tlu>n.c.&nd citizens of Kentucky Spanish Ministry. Madrid u traoqufl. Tb ioaurjeoU

.: ; rJ, meeting nt Centrevill-, will sUo attend die of the naturalization! law s might be iitces- i the late Infernal Irnpr vement Act." | would say to me, What though you are a act of the last legislature to provide for and are gaming roun&

t*" *.;.' .-*.*?V" meetiR: at .Mircosukie. 1 j j"I sarv, in order to prevent abuses, allay strife, ; :Kesohed\ That it Is the deliberate judg- i native of 1 Kentucky, and your ancestors were- encourage a liberal system of Internal Improvements The America's. mall will be due at New- .York enSundry. n"

5** .P i ; and restore luinnoiiy between the dill'urent | merit of this meeting) that, if the Fbi iiTt Rail- 'j among this }>ionccrs of this fair land.-.what in this State, on motion,.O. H. The cteaimhip Canada arrived- oat on 'tbe 23tb nH.
Madioii
= J'.The set the of I Iji
-: : laample by county classes of our peojile. But later experience ;i road Company, can locate their charter from I though your grLfldtathc.rtz, /.yttle and Rowan, GADSDEN was appointed Chairman! and The new Belgian Miuutry has bp/ttned.
'
| '$ '. : has: ha4.very happy effect. By reference| and reilcction have removed this iin- Amelia Island Cedar _
,- entirely ;| to Key and obtain! the I lost the earnings of thiir lives-the first by JOHN A. TowNSEND, Secretary. The Hon.E. .

1 i' ': to die notice <)f a meeting at Monticello on pression, and dissipated my apprehensions j| State aid under existing) law.the best interests i the torch of the Indian, th last by the inon- FURTHER BY TUB AMERICA.
his
C. CabeU called! addressed
.: : the Oth itrst; it wnTJbe seen that die county ofJcfTer In my recent campaign in Mf.xico, a very | of the State in South llorida have been acrificcd. j eysof the Continental Congress-what though being on, NwTozApvi1IL

: ., ; !sonic coriilng to die wok in good large proportion of the men under iriy com- I i they diii l toil on, fighting the Indian and fel- fellow-citizens, and explained the provisions It is not true that Vienna Tewe Confereoe huire.

; up { maud were your countrymen, (Irish,) Germans -: 4. Rcsoh'cd'Thatin liowof-thene facts w c I ling the fore*!, and under nil: these difficulties of the act to the entire satisfaction of the ceeded with the Fourth Point 'while waiting fcf dncw -

m b' earnest.' Nor do we bc-lieve: Uat Leon will : &c. I wilncssntl with admiration their j respectfully invite the co-oju-ration' of all UK- [ educated a portion of their faiuilies, and that whole Assembly. from St. Petenbnrg. Every "tilzjg bangs on ti.

; .. be found wanting. She may not come up to zeal, fidelity, and valor in inaiutuining our ,I counties on the route of the projected ItailI I portion not) unknown or undistinguished in die The resolution then offered Third The Point; "*

|v. :- > :- the work with die 8am? entiiuriasm and uua- flag in the face of every danger. Vying with''I jnnA from Amelia l.-land toithe waters ol.I histories of Ohio, Kentucky, and die nation- following was of Western Sebaatopol Powers, bat the wfll rednctkw iy t demand of the dttaolKtion
I** the Hon. E. C. Cabell and seconded RuMJanpowit
being
: uluiity as die people of Madinn have done, each other and our native-born soldiers in die i Tampa Biv: /' anti recommend that .1 Railroad j and what though yon may be qualified to by ia the Black Sea, offering ia retorn to eTacuata CMterritory.
same ranks in patriotism, constancy, and heroic convention of delegates from :said eountk'aineet discharge the high duties of the office you aspire bv_ Capt. John A. Edwards, was unanimouily -* '-

f'4 I:.: bat if die people turn out to the poll.we1 i iriiik dating, I was hapyy to call them brother* at Ocala on die Wedijesdav in July i to-we,fifty thousand people of Kentucky, adopted : : The Russian Plenipotentiary has oo power to act fa

4s: : the vote in this county will be cst hijftvor in the field, ns I phall ;always be to salute next, for the purpose of concerting means in i living hajipjly ;vro'.md our hearthstones, wonfor. R&solrcd, That in the opinion of this meeting this proposition. There,and the has matter referred r U.the roaiter to StPttersburg.

1 of die road bv handsome majority.| them as countrvmon at homo.I relation to HaUroad '
:. : a onr iftterest.I u.s by the dating of such men as you sprung it ia expedient and proper that the County The condition of the Allies tit Sebutopol is ireprcring. -
The vote may he a small one; we think this I remain, dear sir, with great esteem, vou I 1 I from are determined that yon shall not bo A formidable Russian farce had been man&alid
:;:; of Jefferson should subscribe for stock in
truly, WINFIJ3LD SCOTT.War. Know-Nothing1 Crgaui/atlon Indictalle, against Eupatoria which was virtually beeped '
U probable in view of the busy season of the governor of Kentucky, Mrl Rowan, because
E. KOBINSOX, Eso. It has been decided! by the aIlet t jurists ii 1 1 your wife, exercising the privilege guarantied the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Company Lord Raglan's Ui 8t'dJp tte8anDoaDC( -a tUadj
doubts fire witnoiit
ydftr. Then again there are exitiug change m the aejiBct ofaflkJra Tbe Roa-
: who the be- In his letter of acceptance diis fame Win. the country, that a Know Nothing Lodge 01 r'by' the constitution of the United States and agreeably to the provisions of the act to buns are actively atreogthenwg the placv Thec*re
in1 tho minds of frpm lights a '
'c some I '
: field Scott, who the Whigs of Florida and of.! Coii'icjl, is an unlawful; organization, and tin, the constitution) ot'every State in the confederacy provide for and encourage a liberal system, oJ nightly encounters. *
foi .diem, cannot vote for the road, yet they 1 to worship (iod as she pleases, is a Nine shipa ia advance of the British northers & t
the country werejso anxious to raakPreaidi-nt, members.of ;t subject to indictment for COIL' ) Internal Improvement in this State, approved baa tailed from deal fiir tbe Baltic.'
*iu not vote against it. This, they say, H ..Catholic.- matters not to us that the an-
of what ho would if made spiracy. Judge Porter January, 1855. "" Forged bills of lading to $l.be amount ef $14,000
speaking ,
of.Pennsylvania, oncij of those who
:4Y riwpl because they do not understand it. I Ia approve j jccstors of that wife were hare appeared.in tho Lrrerpf-si market. Tbi fruid

,.. ,,& .. We understand that the speakers. tit Ceutreville j j I'refcidentused, the following language : I j a member of the Cabinet, ;in a. hue charge U t landed \\ith Lord Baltimore, and established Another Resolution was passed, requesting was accomplished by' ineertia* the word "hoodrtd*

: i *' That he would approve a tingle alteration a grand jury in reference to it, used drib Ian- I the good old colony of Maryland, the prpccedings of this meeting to bo published an r unit* ia the body of th< bill*.

satisfied many who were doubting be1r iI naturalization laws tetl (t to this hour the home of refinement and hospitality in the Tallahassee The meeting then It ia officially announced tljat the Emperor NAOtroM -
:
our by gjjage
pugge my papers. and Krocio will visit Qneeo YicroBIA -
( Empr a *
is discussed.
the
fore, and the more question ,) the frst/ to invite the religionists oiChrulcndvm
viz to all "If number of about the middle of April-
"military exporience, : giving for- any men, combine to form adjourned.
.the more popular doe*Jthe- measure become j to come and worship God according The Vienna atat tbit and Fertonl
We would call attention to the Article over)i eigncrs the rights of citicns'tip, who fchall j themselves into an association, by agreements, to (the dictates of their own con O. H. GADSDEN, Chairman. bare joined the papers Western*Poorer.Spin'1'bwanta eooar-
4 : oaths I
vows or to
,
.,4 *' in time of control the OIi1iofls! and JOHN A. TOWNSEND mutioo.Adrieea.
faithfully serve, war, one year on sciences. Secretary.
; ; :1 the wgjfature of W. and under the caption of' land votes of any portion .of our citizens in the csercisc from Hong Kong, Chin*, are to the t5U efFtbrtiarj.

) i County Subscriptions to Railroads," taken | board of our public shipe or in our forces of their suflrages o that they shall vote Curior FACT.- ?Tho New York Herald, The insurgents arv be-dAging Cantos and
regular or volunteer, on their receiving not according to there The Tampa Peninsular of the 1th mentions Tiber's Fort, aud hare plundered the lummndipjTillages .
We own consciences
the Floridian of Saturday. hope the but
from ,
.( 'ta: says tlie Savannah A>ws, has matte out ata-. *
an honorable discharge from service. as a majority of buch asHotiation: shall determine the death.of Martin Cunningham, Clerk ol -
of Gadcden will not stand aloof, but
countv ble of the
results of the late State elections
?, witli iis in this great enterprise On tho strength of die cordial reception it is a conspiracy, and punishable as the Circuit Cpurt.pf Hillsborough County, in THE VERTIJLTEST.
co-operate such the Nebraska From these
indictment.
Lwhich Gen. Scott's projoaed single al by upon question. consquence of whichthe Court was left without Borrow. April 14.-The Am'erica hu arrired alb t
and Leon take it
: .Madison, Jeffereon we as n teration" the naturalization law received "And you will remember that it is the results it appears that twenty-one Nebraska a Clerk. The Judge (Finley)4ccid) after discussion wharf at this port and from our file of EogUabpaa ri
fiedficti" are for the Road, and we trust agreement to do the net, that constitutes the from the Northern States have we glean the follwoing items men, mostly ,
.; S that our neighbor Gadsden will make up her, from die Whig party, he went about in ccsta- criminality, even if the act itself be not done. that he had no power to appoints jin officer yieooa Coofereoc be ultimately .brolea ofl tbe'iianoctar.ee

des with the "sweet German accent'' and It may be well hereto observe that if been elected or re-elected, against thirty-five temporarily, and thereupon adjourned the attached to the operations in the Crus* .
rnind.to. caBt.her: lot in with theirs. any and thenraeultVojild become the real criterion ofnct
& anti-Nebrafeka and that fifteen Nebras
44 ;.;. -___- positively enraptured whenever die rich Irish person or persons shall! have urithitikiiigls', Un. men ; Court to the Fall Term, after a session of ecu or defeat "Th we Jay Jujw ver, oo.further dunce

:; Flare np to the Peace Conference. brogue" fell on his car. This 'was in 1853, advisedly, or without being aware of the criminal ka men have been defeated to twenty-five an only three days, leaving about threefourthsof of ncgotiationa being renewed;which though a f a*

character of such an act, joined such association ti-Xebrafcka men. These facts clearly prove one,U nat altogether impcxwible, vii: tlat the aorrtr
*p-* The following extract from a Paris letter .wiirn tIm foreign Vote was very much wanted or taken upon himself such tho cases on tho docket untried. from St. Petersburg may be in'favor of aocne eooattr
any that the Nebraska had in Cact little
dated March 2Udi gives die particulars of theft I elevate their candidate the IVqsidency ; but vows, obligations, or oaths, they are not bindmd question project, which may lead to ftrther diocuMioa Jt
thb him in law or nothing to do with the late political revolution. Cuban movements in Washington. not, however, expected that any proposal at thb tM
Vienna in 1855, die possession.of | amo brone"Icotne upon and ought i iot to be in
at :
I' the
> Russian GoTcmmenteaa be
su4
temporaryfiaro- by regarded
;
morals. Ho Tvill enact the of The Herald doubtless attributes it to The President really has determined to
an unpardonable sin. Patiigtibui, of part a good e&ble oreinoere. j'
telegraphic
One or two private despatchesfrom'Vieiitm citizen.by eschewing all the of the President in demonstration again at last The fa
selection t
not The London News
suclrf-JIowrfiip or as- oversight appoint make Daily says that, aeoordiag >
njcndbn diat on Saturday ..dieconfcrcfree" course, i ia at die bottom of the'chango.
: -F Had fa* amomdnt abrupUy ceasod i sociation, and abandoning the illegal! enter ing Mr.! Ilc'nnettMinister to France. of, Commodore. McCauley, to com- moat recent eommtnucationa tnjm Vicona. Lord J
"
prise. Rnasell sees ax little prtMpe t
U. F!': in cbn% jucnce,6f Jf. de'Boorquency! Iiayingdemanded"fhat A person having access to high sources of MR. EDITOR : The following we think is maud the Gulf. Squadron is significant, and ted to retain to England! by tin Mtb mat. 'Th'P

I r i.t ; die qpestiori.of'Seoastopol information in Washington writes to the EXCTTEMEXT ON THK AvtxuiThe the itinioi-s,of an, increase of the squadron ion also, is freely ezpnuaeed.tliat any peace i
unusual this land of flowers and bo and
even in precarious u'i..rtaio.
die with
; !shoold Be tfra&d by Plenipotentiaries, New York Journal of \\Gojnmcrce of the lUtli.us Washington Star, of Thursday, says :-The \Ve have which I gave you some timo since, are all The Official Journal of 3t Pdenborg repcas sposnioo t
dismantled that this thrifty :- just
its growing. vegetables
view to being ;
Ffl1 a upon
of the AlLes ia boCrimeaJu
<
here in this Aa naval force
politicians were a" stew confirmed.: strong a as
t .. die Russian Plenipotentiary lAlaUnl Ins colleagnes follows j morning received at the District Parsonage, as a present can shot ia by eodosnr funnidabl en t.debJ4 .-

and.quctted the room;dial a despatch was The largest fleet ever dispatched by onr.Government over a rumor that die Government hjad received from the luxuriant garden of CoL D. G. be spared for the purpose has been ordered to adds thaVnew divisiooa bave-jotibed tisarnr/' ,'sad IM*

vent': die who is to cruise -in die dispatch( from cruise in the the grate erecti are ezpecUnL -vrj t -
i1f4 Ibrdnridi to Emperor Napoleon,, preparing a .Charleston of great impor- neighborhood .Cubafm

< on consulting* widi i bin ministers, replied widi- Gulf of Mexico-in fact, to visit Cuba l : The tanco ; news brought by, die habe from Havafta. Livingston, of this glace, a bitnch'df lettuce track-t our.,>tcarnere, 'awl future, insults- to 'Letters from wroeud%dn.at jr.sUU.lBat Kamptea j Bboals.dred ttrstetlnoviv' rt-n$ '
wi *
in circumfor"i
uardiTor six
feet -
; ; out Ljoftiuieind'de1redM. de Boa'rquen- Prewdcnt is for war. Sixty'da{ will decide. It was* said, also, -that..there was to measurtngtwa"i- .-* '*> our flag seem likely to be promptly redressdcapiaindeneraI Chines*,jutcl* ottkL I-th.gcr'wwI(* ) *
.resam'die 'negotiations, and be more and tfia. (jtajk here it waa severed from TheC.pt4-and th.IyI'-' -
Jp4' it to editor ( *
cy hiiclhe .remarks
:
__ .Qn have been, an extra Cabinet Concha much frightened!
-, temperatcr i9Iu i demands. It -alao'affirmedthat meeting at noon the root measuring six inches around.. sauL They made for Caf 'Deoois in a boaV oOor '

h ierter ha been rrecei\Td from de Brack, *' We 4o ,;ootbelieve: the 'PWent is for to-day over: it: Now, the Cabfoet ,meeting If you think -worth, while to do BO you about the-El his Dorado affair The, and President makes all baa theapologlewbt on tindicif WCTC' '*.attacked by lha'-natives' and. "

be 'con- as-ihe stands.' We dare to-day regular We bejdQvedie' power. s
t expressinghw opfaiondialpeace may war, case jjow srfyhe was. ope. do'npt
_ ; will! please'give the above ra place ia your :akert Very dccidett ground in that matter,-and
li simdecert&; is determined''td;;put; a stopf to Spanish! jnolt s ory., ..>Ve hope, however. Boon to hear conunhs. Yours truly, assumedtbe responsif4ttyof oaying bl aor -

1? A Bold: Figm- ybtodore Parkef told a and will dio'lt,.Je .the, soqucnceB of jtlie capturo.of, the Spanish war*steamer I f- H. H, HOWXEN.Madi8pnFIa. own vipwi of th inwwu>e$ proper to be adoj mnOYOuu u if M* t mfffM '; ;o1to., ia
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i &t.tkcyfll4. samo tiu WotuMho whose commander has of late been engaged .,.April 7th, 1855! :ed. t'Theso, you,may rest, auuredareyigo' : .
York Tabernacle 11l.:3
at'the New
n crowd oT lympiinizeni! ?
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.: ftn'4 extreme. jrrhoVeft j- : ]
will properly! discriminate between acts in stopping American'sliips on dio| high:seas, rots % ;
die other day, that: hj Vied! for Capture.- -Tho"V hington meV Spanish cnnsef,brings to "I I4TROt4X1LOt-? : j.
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necessary to wlf-protection on die'part'bf die engaged lawful :.ocmmereo. We; are great -n -. 'k
la MaJwschutettB, iItIvQLio.&D4.in many ; Star jsays: Ve'kone cooii o1 ear 9!'the one O&MUT rnailSteamOr on 3u>JJgK se *V Hls'intaodM.tlai.iX r itwVAxix'lV ,
obI'Stte&tL Kow.tngM! c1inc1e4I Cuban1'audiorities, and iriieaibn.al.ln5ults"| t
.. the d 'bprtad tsnii-ilonerp feeling into aiaduxiitratitt th United sie. Alow'anc hou1d 1o turn" within dib next tiiirty..qays.f&r has of laWl enve"riaedt.iri j be near enough to participate in the eis the o. fiiiVurt+ tb -

:ingLdtv 74 ,- it te:face mdefpthpwiderof ponstan *pp5ph n8ion-Uiey.jare th.'die T : rflce.opthe- ping American ehips on the hY'sejii.gagtd "*& broadside'into the -

-- Picc wick U.emost\\ rrkl a.FHiboBter inraiiori; and d mc es- ;*- 'Meaino:[coursb- .on irt lawful commerce We, are jjrfiatjyrnistakeifl 'Rird 4fbiih '2( k tA i grtAe aJWUDtatW.aiM M wai.wooo.w KMTViww-a*. >
Loud becx.ThtIthethk4goodt Saturday! Lejington catLeepm. .if he ia hot 'broneh witji'a"rouml eojfrm Idhtpi1hic. itf rAHThU aaoSb, iroi ipd ji W ft; ..,
..rfect; [ c t Ay Jl.fl 1 T up. '
t i.iking jflwy n W s omp1ihecL'. I ii i*v of* IplarTce 1 \ to'guard- 4[>ga6Hi |'7. ,e'priI 1 r1it f..&t .itt. '.*,.. > ,. : turn' Vithln the'next thirt .. 'flaydL1 T '* iBtnrcd- ** v *fV fif S -*

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J eld-5Tarth I 8tsi" lb. *0thI : ;J2akul4.Ju.'UJJ1.ftl4W t o&I;, $ .5
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All ertkDeMWftn1 omneatmun w neived t1helJi4i4i i4 I-Im1iT'f him;, I M9:UCUJT5 btb State ffXO&T- I 'arricat A damve!! ntfytf. v'.
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: iinU tc termlnatiotf the ,Lalso FhCeIbIt 4 I r ,t&fi -tierces- t-iPJalfl Sngar cured,,J Jt" the Pewvwofaanrj Qwrgta Rnilroad Company,tn'rdfighstatin LIP V* 4T dW tk Cotdract ffiw'wf U PuitF4 s aa. sa'th4m

-Hhe an}&;aothtrfttie* Lrrtf Hllcjwfiow bdhadatall !peelahle; Drag ..J, j?.j 40 LUfcj Whisker, '' : hat C1.; Bj-S. WUtnsr, rpattuenttrtheeity.zif WasLiagtu.. utl1 : .- ,A 8 :-
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be Thftyod tc exercise their ined $tq.es iiU eUited States -end Gaaadn.' '' 29 '4 ItA1Ue5. ? said Ownpany Gad ikndeii toac-eptt1e p.'m. cTot3 AprUIKM. (to I.bOthI p *!* % '51Iy SiLd.7aI
ia11 : : provision* of A'An act f.ir; autl I
tt iIt i0&1Oq8 C ":"FoV"tale alf the"Drag Stores 1t Tallaliawee; 2CV ?", :Mesa Por3c, i liberal sysfem of Internal to'movide tw" iiagmi April. 1S ) om: muteuaid $. 44l !) *tI4. ,It ,1iJwr : t %
Tight Sooth. laRjtnrrrm i approved : dl '7 UJJidd.rs I at ncnca**.MO <- t }, by Itm;
the
the kvii for atd j tV>ner Agency In verV Town jn, 2 .boxes- Lemons, Gui a1)eei6eti r -
yhei. t1iet oti ; Jairbary 1855, "nd exprevinjj the" Impo that thiij ,
lUth5COUUttr *llienl I Itc.rc1 '4. April J4/1858. : 15 -2W', ; i'- Sugar care J Tongues, Board would take'ca'rlyitVps'tp ubmrVthe'>c3tioii .mre rrj'irj'frrl '4, (.1O$7IISC (ftrfI'4 ( iA? Iji CtWt)7. S
epou1: "6 51 bat ni.-h Sera*, I tf eidarfiidtv tS /... S
Sp to Le bf ? < ttfactlunr.Jrftnr; : cfpP'17so11f. r.. ;
lejjal voters iatnorire'
cat"
8ftidI
1I3ccs 1y, it S h ed;JD* SOU ]U>s bt Roll' Butter I "behalf (3o'mjh rrald'Sibck -4L*EnReiI-v;; : *"-p. S .* ArrEaAAtalMsfriiP14y
TJoartiirrtyeV to Mj1cn5eTfiind u\ C32 1 Fivn aietaiddu CfUwTf*','l6 Flit JJa-J
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valved in the nght of visit/detuin4ing papers F..rsalel.y BERRY,1* ItOWL4'3. aid. C*>tnp.iny, dc., as uuthorizcd'xn! tht iJSdSeVtkfa_ of* '6SO; j. CharWte-n. Jztk'envil1 YLL : l inila azdbmiksnc; MA -I,
MarCh 31. 1S55. 13 [ ., .-.. S
btib1t sni4! Act i.11tht2potI.'fl Mandarin:Magn-lia Mlh>, RJeburg1fro.! Lease 1iis
; OF MARS. I- I eletaStiIurlayit ;
; ie :C4au' coast ThftPrQ !ifienfiias de- '' TORT ST. -- Goods '' -'\ tI&I' u full tn ;

nmoed oZ. toptkstop to'ihjr8Tt>ractFce. It U : ARRIVED. ;. Spring tot: on't.e! subject;It xr"a
3t4tes navfc April 12- Bark Francis Secor .Fihefron New ".. .S Subscribe iu e rewiviiig| per "GanMe,1 ]lecnl vcfrrsf, JAITII Coonfy be tsiVfn'oh Monday the Leave Charlcctoii! Tuesday and Saturday at 3 Arrit-* fIt.Mh& neveriimttccl"liie'rig
jrV tnre that .the Ciytea | York, t'- Beard i Dnnam'iritjiS60! aekages assorted JL Remington anti other rcceut rivals, a complete [17th rhy of May nest,to dAertnfue iFhrthnr trr not th. .I -. r > p. B; I I C5 From Piwwille,Vr' Sprlnjfieldr! ? L'aj PWl.
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ljpr.search on.anjtoccasionM mdze. for tuidrf AerjoiJs; akl 3fl buoy irons, amid asrtmentf <4oods suited Is' the Spring mid Summer I 1 Bonrdl'f County Ctnnrnisfloucrg of ii'I Criulit riitll ibeati'horired Arrive at JarWmilJft. next days 1-T 12 m ; |.- 1i-ThiJtLa1 '.I' S

for my purposwu if JaY great, principle SO stone teSer( for fhe LighVHouse IVwrd. season, coasting in part of ', In take StOck in the Pcn nccla.tnd GCJTgii -, 'Leave Jackavilltf' WvJutsuaj nod SamJey nt j IcavePic.vUhatudtj.aI4 atn.

sad one that fa necessary for the preservationof 14. Urbt'4 SC Lawrence, MUiirofJrdm New Orleans :" Hats. .' ftiilrnaJ Company rmder the pfovWotn; of An Act j 12m"r : ). B1TrJ1UmehYhyUt.e ,
/ of iLe General of the Stnte of FjftrkU, Aju; e nt PibUa pj ct\ dsv'by C a. m S
with en-
1.) S. mail, passengers, dc. Asse'mbly ( ; Ix-ivtc liar Port Saturday nt 1 BJ
tb freedom:of the iefras.eroV FluePjlm Leaf,Canada, French and English Straw, titled, "An A't andrimce'nae liberal Lave iMaiLa! mind at 8 p
n Monday Thursday
16. Brig J. O. And non, Delano, 14 days from New prvvi'lr for 1 ArriVe at-'PimreriU* aaj.,byi Tlp-m. '
Vndlh.er'ptbjonged Cabinet ses- Blfl 'I. Lm'ghorn. Super. Panama, MUsiis and '
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York, fo-ijeard & penbam, with 1221 packages asaort PLuiU'is < xmttm
j je4taj J9 reUtW: J **"* sub6** Ii V4fcertainfyknown jd mdze, Ladies Bloomers,tnmmtd. amid untrimmed. approved J.vniarv'Cth, 1B'>5.i Arrive at JacjLw.fTiEe nevt days by 3 a m liel,4VmUrd nod back, 0cew* k.Luifjt .

vhatcoure.1hePrflSisent' 17' Bar Convoy, Bupper. fiom Ntw York, viaGar- Clothing. i Aa 1 the following pereooa wore then appointed In- 'I j.t.ltrO Jackaiivi1le. Tuesday_acd F: day'at 1 JJon> .&fea.FiidAv.jft 1 pim>; / -

has determined opon. Tho orders! toTotmriodorc den Kev, to BtarJ tp. to-'m'it : ,_ aon.' SArrire.4.trle'n AmrireatLonPu.4DejIsybyGpsn ;
17. Lind' froni ApalaoLioola, .lh j 7 //nAa.* tv-Richard A. Shine, Franc H. Flight next dny V.y 1 3,a ffl I iAIYC i4flS
of cmirsc3 confidential. Jenny Seagreen Ahpaei. Quei-nN Cl< Cassnere.: Plaiittr'h T.iuen, j ( ($ *,
McCauley-arc am.I l Rh-bir.J extend Welaka .
Bid t
i litvard.licco,4cJuImn to <> are IfyiteVL y
with rait to Beard & Denliam.Srlir. Ora'i amid f'rown Liuen, JIar-iC-ilfi] D : I But it is .wfif kaown that the Priuppoite& \V. IL UarrisoD, from Pensai Ja. with luuiborto ,'by Alliyntor. Inf to extend to Cl!.y JUuJ g KilW e.ssil
Davis and PCI kins.C'vtrculle. tie Htvtr, Mineral Spiiiurs Columbiw, ifaJi- .
Col. Jeflereoii "
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deot, by D. LaJd. ., Ac. j 'I er'd4 S. Yt ''
-Th.maa I. C. C. Williams | son, Sandy Fi-rd.. and Motitiecllo, to Talla- ?
tvcrsage ,
of ; ; IV TsiDipa-lUiiCawkl trvl
r 'Mr. Dobbin are in favor extremcfmeiisurcs.irt CLEAREa j > u* iu v* bk
Shoes and Doots. ; nnd \Vii.ii i St.rcunan. j jj ,. }liasct'% U s niil and backtwiee a wect. ; FtK. j' -
exposition'to' the more conserraliye cctunmU April I 2. Bug Geranium,Pierce, to-Brodie t Pettie, | Ymnq-i'-Rtid RoLviU IItl) and tease Jacisomvifle Sunday and VreJw'J* : t ti I'te a : v .. S
and5d( bMB.ipinw A complete aH;')rtrn nt. Topfthtr1 with fresh *ap j Young Joseph : RV I T aiid Guthnc. Xew Vork. with 1224 bal -s o. -
ot Messrs. Marci> Cashing plies of iTitins, ( r'er.ei. Dry .. Hardu.u EIt.r4IIIr. 71nl :
9ood.| i I- st.tauitc.m5ii.xt di..t &Uzm
The Freaiieut. toMf er. relieved, his C4bnet turpentine. 22 bds. rfeer ekint, 1 bale and 179. lijdes, 1 \Vood-ware, wid notions of all! ti-itn. Wl.irh} we ; I LmTe) lAiia4rtttiy at i m1' ,* i e I
tc p
Mn furs ;
skins S '
assuming bale "tier ; < for sale usual iil I CroT.jrti,, minI! John Q. Cioinart-e. i I Leave TalVoasdee SuuJ.iy and WcJuebJjy at .
fro4n all resJxu2bihtY for Lhi act, West an tornik and to the pocti* n of wliih Arnv ;IIIL Tswpa ezt dy11i. () .
Gen? JaczOfl dii ia regard. to with 14.U.Steam S. mails.ship&c.St. Lawrence.Munroe.forKey we retpfctfully invite our very good friend .and patron 1 77p: w'i .-L.Duval, Xo/u" JkO.'y- and Abner 11.fle1ilI3gVL :.5am : S i'ji.. u.Tninpa i to VU Tuapa.
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U; Arrive Jaekii1eh! hour
at by 3am..
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the Public. : !,
I IMrNAUGATAOUMOND. twk. 0Z4C8 & Wik. # t
the I 5. Bri Wiids, VThitty, to Sm-illwood, Anderson Saliifnl JiT''lir. From Sf. to Pi--olata IS mHrsI '
Bank'caestion. -Green Ch.iiiea, TLonins Can-iau, j Gs; J2 Aug-Juti mmi I I onlve Mond.iv
Commodore McCauky has left the city al- t CIK. inih 622 bales colton, 5 caascstobacco, 102 dry i AU'i Flinian I'L.tiies.: I back.fuur times n v cvk. Taiupii ht.i HJJI ;
March
ready to goon board the Sau Jaqinto, his flag Lmde 1 saddle, 2nd 1 trmnk.VESSELS Newport, 17, 1S:5. : 11 ; lluarln X litiinlf.-Just[liii Chairc, S. J. W. j jI ,Leave bt Augtiitme SuuJay tnd WdneeJi.y I I Ar.Ae' pim ;itt'jlJ. ;;ILA... 1*;; b 5I

and he will proved immediately to Uw ; IN POET.Bar1s Spring and Summer Goods. I UoaMi ui 1 Jissc Odtini. '' at8awami'll2iml; ', La.ve 0
ship, bo the battle Francis Secor.'I'ane Convoy,Kuppnr.13i (Hire,*.-A. Olivfr.! Silas D Allen, and i Thr Hale Anive at'PIculaU! asjuc days by 1 p in aal C i ArrU st.amig.e ; :
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cruising ground or as it may J IIK Sihiedbers ore reecitiig nnd upouing t'.tir i S Ji.y.tva > ov.J23 .
bo by a large-( igs Suwanee. Barrett; J. G. Amleriw'i. De.'aij.Schis. Jfetovck (.iVaoimab'e (Jood<, which thv li-ctcd !' furl 1'r-jd n.-Sraborn Raw )le J.in; Harvey, and J p in ; *, FiUa Tump, Uy*-KvuuiUV Svr*. tL'Le.-
ground He is to Followed: Elizabeth Wiltuims will clear John Leavu I'itj'ilati Mon-Iuy and ThuiaJuy at <[ a i.
( lo nilei
Seamen ; day.) in > ew York: with mtu-h cme. und n-j"w offer for t.lleon D'jjrccr.ii'f. pLvksa4, atAIi1toL.-un* a > %mk.
force, lilt can be gut in readiness. Schrs. Jenny Liun| Beagi een;,Vf ll. Harrisor.2EA1&13U2529 the most n'-i-Doable: tel III*. I IO. -.-Ji.}) Freeman, Lejrand &own.tIl ra aud 12m; j o ann jiMj.y uj .

are scarce,,and it will be impossible to fit out ,t J. MEOrNNISS. : tatriii.! Hc-rriiitr? Anive at St. AujuVicc same days by II a iuI ; Arrive -ot IcJii-pufiosaMa Vinie \f.y biJ
which 'A true extract from the I and '
mhintc
'Vermont w 5pm. i iCSul -
the ,
battle ship/ M.irchn. 1S55. Cv 11 pru; ; : -
the, line of make __ Attest D. "W. CHVYXN. From Pilatkn, b/ Orange Hprintf" Orange L.ai
Weheed
small force can IJmepuek iaaa
u at 7Aitiie rn'
talked of. Besides, a j Oti the 5th iust, by Kev. J. 11. Hummer, MR. WILLIAM .Ladies Dress Goods, &c. 1 President IJ.:; L. C. C. Lake, Silver Spring, Ocala, C.imp Inrd atTarupa MIIIC Jfl .a '
It V life
W0 question u &y a. a large force. may]I BARRINEAU and Mias, CATHERINE M.t.l.! 12 J Augutj, Pi.m-\ille, M'krider, and Fort &EO iwiii p in.
T)RINTKI) LAWNS AND JACONETS, _ Irhiepukesassa toJndgnn, msiee iuJ
require larger naval force than we Taj lor, to T.iKi .a, i 59 milca and back, t*Ice i L '
: indeed ANDERS, Gadsden County.On JL Printed Linen frt sis. Concert at Madison.r week. ' j.wk. nice a wwk ", ,".f
me
'poswsi to meet the consequences of stepthustobetnken. Black and White Lawns, I Li-ave ichupmaesds4M Fri ..r at 6 R TO "*
the Rev.J. R. "MIE Ladies of Mndiwn Leave Pilatka Monday and Thursday al 1i ;
5tbimLby Plummer, Ma. JOHN vou y Trill'pte a Concert j 1 .rr4ccat Jcruigai
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Plaui and Figured I refre*, S. cl'JJi"bj 12 ru ,

It is uncertain -whether he Commodore is \ :E LUTON and Miss HESTEP. BARRINEAU.of Plain Linns and Jantrt J b\Urinn i \Vedneiday Chnrcb. Evening, 18th, in aid of the Prej j!i! Arrive n m ;at Tamp.i next Wednesday and Saturday S Lcdjr: Joruzan SaturJv at 1 j> m;

Cuba of his Decatur Kinbroidered and Phin Orenndine.Plack S Arrce; rn.
Governor of County, Georgia. 5
aent to appriieihe Grenadine, l3iiliiantc, April 14. l 155._15_ by 4 p m ; CW1 Fi *a 3Lell'iuyilI'to! roigtov' 'O) rn11 ainl
in future the Spanish j Leave T.lmpa Monday and Thursday tam 2 ,.
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intention to prevent, bat-k. ome tedt. '
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vessels of war from detaining or visiting onr'vPRseh. Died in this plaw, on the 8th of March, 1S55 Mrs 1t'nge, Byrd j ; LlmpMe'rile'Fticada1i,1in... -

If he take that course, tho Governor : MARY E. LIVINGSTON, dangbterof A. and MBiantly Enibrtii.lere'l and Dotted Swiss Muslins, r.fv 8 p m ; rfLeare -*'*'

nnd wife Thomas J. Li\ _L H Romiiifijlon and Scluxmer Elizabeth, a new by 10 p m. : Jcmigaii % at"a "
tho till he can ing-ton, aged 26 Dres Trimmings, Vedimeaday ni
will suspend pjacUcc omit Silver
to will be
perhaps tok of SPRING ANDSUMMER GOODS which Proposals Sprtrig coo i '
At rive
In earllfe whde the dews of .tvloa xtilcllonville \\.v
sain
But it b Ve8rs. youtli were A jrriat variety of n"\r oll C.iicse day t p m. -
hear from the home government. Jitfh upm her, she solemnly consecrated heivlft" J ii'tl'iad urid Fieuth CwreU i thev urp t-fffrlnfi; to the citizens in the neighborliood side red. 2 FrvflJ UaLasre.. by Nw>Port. "in St. M/L, .
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that he is to resent the in- >f Cttitrrvilte r.nd Burronmliiifj low for cauh 6305 From Pilalka.! by VTeTaka. Volnu, and Enterprii.e S "
generally supposed God and his sonic1, nud in doing so attached herself &>loi wl Corset JMDS, ; < country j jlorappiovt" 25 ijiitca naJ lu/t.) thiw-tmin a t ftk. '
offered to flag by sinking the' to the Methodist erpJ't They have been selected with j to Mellonville, 1 SO mi'cs and! back, L Tallaloj iltwivr
suit already our EpiMXip-tl: Cliuiclj. SiiKehuh Grjan Cblh, ic, itc. uye cc w.daasy. *arf
Spanish vcsscl-of-ivor he may encounter, time: lo her death, she seemed unwavoring in her ut- For salu by C;. A J- MINNS. 1 grea t cart t<> suit tl.is market; all articles usually kept I occe a v ttk. in steamboat. Fijiday at 7 a in .- ,-
first
' 1 tarh'ncut! l& the Cross of ChrioL I lor pliihtei'* us t" will bo riuml at tbr Store. Pleas i Leave Pilatka Monday at S a ru I Armo \ St. ilral davi "
vessvi which have Her fidelity and mIarch 17. 18.5. 6w 1 1 m4 v sanie bj I p8ijLoHto !- *
and"particularly: diose war per*>eerflnce in the cause religion wtref that 1 ell: fimi gi.-t us a tii.-il b<>f'>re parchann elsewhere. !' Arrive at MMlonvii'u' next day by 11 a rn ; |,. St. :M&ru! T.ueotLiv.TLursgj. ?. And flat.urJnyat .
of this apgrebwon. I ( ,'tItreI-: It, 1855. fiw 15 1 Leave MfclloQyli'e Tuesday at 1 m "
been the thsUuments rare and utifalterinj character, that few who number Lace Goods &c April p aro; 5' f.

It ha been rumoml for a thy or Iwo that thf tt "ng of i.ur Israel ever aapire' lo ir attain iiithis MI3EP.ED MUSLIN i CAMBRIC DOLLARS. ; Xotke. :, Arrive at J'ilaVka nest clay by S p :r.. ..tcIttTll51umItPft.dayaLY 1 pm." 4 4I
Bids
'to at Weinka
invite!.
the Isabel had brought to Cbnrl! ton important J life, thouih accessible to all and of pricele D CLeuii.ctti? and Sleeves, commence are I CS23 FJOIU Tall fcia fe, ,-Ho'aoi, rurBani r'4-

Hftvaoa. The.ve must be d s- worth. Jt uiay be truly said of bet that she su* Swiiv and Cinibrii Flouncing j! QIX MONTHS after date. the under-signed adminO 6S06 Erom Euterpripe to Xew Smyrna, 30 u ile* j jau'i ni',1, 23 mil&t*i>t back, U Ua a wr.k. 4
dtarntches from istratur of the estate of II. 15. Bradford deceaaI back, once a week. 1
tained emil'ently! her in liearin flloft the stand ; IaaTd1aitha.a Sbood.! J-W
i pait ? Dotted Veilo, hive Veils, y ao fdoMJay it4iatn
patches from our Consul, with his corrospon- ard of the blessed Gospel, and acquitted! herself worthily 4-4 Mantilla Lace, : j I! lats cf Leon County, will exhibit hU final account Leave Entoptiae Tuesday 6am ; ; ? < .m. ,
with Gen Concha' the subject of ] Sill vouchers to theUon. Judge of Probate of Leon Arrive at New Smyrna saine'dnv by 6 p m ; Arrixe Bonier
deuce as a denizen of that mystical itv "set cu au lil'k, white, and colored Appliguu 3artillaj, at FT11 WIIEC duji lr S p w
our complaints. (Gen. Concha persists in hill which cannot be hid." It is true,"her Christian White and Pink Silk 1h1u.u! i* (Cvuntv" an.1 H"k to be discharge1. Leave New Smyrna Mouday at"6 a'm ; J'. Leare Buoibr'a HUTuvlaj ftuJ "TLur dt ,
does EDWARD BRADFORD, Administrator.j Arrive at Entrpr: same tky by 6 p rn.6'l mttC&zu t .
the'tnatt&
President Pierce will bring course not pteent to the external view ai many liiiig lil.ivk Silk! Mitts ; .

his position the, test of force. I overt acts of piety and tKnpbo! dmcnstrat of N. IJ. T. Kid and Silk Gl.>ve. j _11. 1S5i. ____15_6m. .. From and New back Smyrna twice to month 1ndan River, 120 ruJ is Arrive at Tfthhas! *>e same ijja bf 5 p mC8S4 / '
to i iA a j
1 l S.eyenty-Fivc Leave New Smyrna on the lit and! 3d "WeO-' I
even of her own eex. Vet, !like the f tream that Ererv qunlity of Linen Canibi 1 f.indkcr-1 ; & ,; S
i nustla\ of each month '
: Sea Monster. > has widened and deepened 4. sw'noiseful in T WILL I ivearewardofSeTPntyFiTedolJarsfbrthe ; .5 Ida ratiahsee kaJay and '
though IK chiefs, from 121 centa up. j ? WeJdy at
Arrive at Indian River in 5 '
JL < *
iu course, is not less favorable in bearing its vdumeof For aide by, J.ilEGIXNISS.. I ) ) and confinement in any jail BO that i| day ; 6 am ;

The Government Steamer Texas Ranger, wateifi on to the mo!her ocean. March 17. 1S. Cw 11 | I can get him. of a Negro Fellow nameS BURREL | Leave Indian River on the' 2d and* 4th Satur 5 | Amf &t Watikecru arne dv br 12

the Tampa Peninsular, arrived hcrc the Her illness was protracted and severe, yet she bore who left n>y plantation in Decatur County, Georgia, days of each month ; I 7Lea\ta Wackeenah Monday HQJ Weduesdsy atI
t. nays 1 the 24th"of last December lie is about 35 Arrive at New Smyrna in 6 days j I *
it \vitb great calmness and nsign itioo not Fans. rcrAir;cry: &,c. on years fin5 .
; a murmur I'5
I 5th inst, from 'Punta Eosa, south of this on eacape-l her lips; ebe expre wed lierslf to the last a'wiili..g *> 5VCOD FANS old. 5 mill a half fact high, verr dark complecte, has 6803 From Indian River, by Jupiter, to Miami;180''I- Arnf at Tallala3a aae daj br 7 p o..

the Peninsula, and wo understand bring Jio to .lepart and be with Clirist. A disconsolate SANDAL_ Fat ft large head of hair a very low forehead, and former miles and back, once a inonth. }I 335 ?*njia Tanibnsaee, iyBrBUaJco, Shall AIr.t.-'

t- liuslur.il and iii-ancTous friends andj relatives are left I*i in3, ly b"lonfed to the estate of J. U. T. Loiimer, of Lewi Leave Indian River on the 1st Friday of each! | .Pivft Jset..taad: ;. ;9iNboprf -WliinTw4J:

Indian news interest The troops are qui- bxkind t<> Mourn her !t. 3ay wo r.11 emulate her Mourning CLildren'f F.-ins< County, Floridi. Information concerning him.'nddrewed i month; -. : Mza a4 la1 e.je i trck. 5'

etff'penetrating- cotintrr in about the Big virtues, and wbeti life's tira'ra ended strike LuutL Lubins extr:1eL5, I ibiuV Lavender, Watr, to me at Qnincv* Fla-, will receive prompt at1teni.n. Arrive at Miami in 6 Jay ; : at I a'rriyeatWvJkcrv.atdsyby1zm ; .
Leave Miami on tie 2d Friday of each month
0. C. KINO. I IApril ;
with her the thoree cf Et iLaIddiserance. ..
CypresirWpposed (o be hallowed grotuwi by on Biiseiti's Upper Te- Kxtr.ict.Oiieutd : Arrive at Indian River in 6 i I ; -
7 1S55. I-I 6t Su R"H. IlOWREN. ve WaIker'flg,4py4 I .
Droj ,0ttir of P :_ I p as;
oso, GSU'J) From Key West to Miami 200 miles arid
the Indians, and that its profanation by the'JTipreu I MA.CISCCC C. H, F!*. Pine Apple Col"guo.F.'r I IMtleby Arrive at TalaLasfe next day bj .p m. :
Land Warrants back, once month.
Bounty a 1 C8J6 From Tallatusje
of.the foot of the white man would C;. & J, MEOINNIS3.; j Leave Key Wefct on the 8th of each month j ty Jlujt* Bee.jI!,T Q fl> >
j the and I Telogw rirer to
t 1arelm17. I55. Cw ii L I)0hh1' nt highest price, proc-ired v > J'Uej f3K id Uck''.*",
make them fly to arms, turns out a magniSeeaj Religious Notice. O who have not bvi-ii able to establish H I Ii Anive at Miami by the 13th ; < aTttk. .
-
THE Quarteily Meeting for tho Quincy Station, Groceries, Le.I i II their claims. If any bare reec ived a less amount i. Leave Miami on the 19th ofeaeh month; BAldorawillcLJuI -tai th 15tr1aiL34;
to l ho docile as Arrive ,
as West the
Imiubug. They seeuj at Key by 24th. ,
will embrace the last Saturday and Sabbath in this than tLey were entitled t lei we know it. Having > !

lambs, and evince no apparent disposition (o mouth. S. P. RICHARDSON. ]; (UrfT New RECEIVED Ud,- FKOil NE\V YORK .ANDo had fvtntt'cn y'ears erperienre in the proBecution and j j 9510 From tie Newnanarille, by FortOIark. Wac.hoo-'I 6337, From Stipea? foTInLonowaf, 20'tt Jet cadf'
ano
nnd '
Micannpy. Flemiogtoc, Newton to
I eettiuZ! ot Government claims. understand fully the [ ba .-onieaTrtekr: 1 '-f .
renew the war. We received by thc.Steameran April 21 18;.;. I lliowiirfii;, Crnthed S'igti.Supiiior of the various Departments Ocala 57'inilea and back; twice a week. I Leave :
wfivsancJ mean* getting through Stillepioa M.aJnj at & a ra;
interesting communication from C., (which I St. Louio Flour, ; at 'Vabhte.n. 1 have in mv possession eupplyin Waeahot-tie only on the returnS 1 I Arrir* at rmhoEoTiy sam day by 12 a .
]llice Ci Startl.I ;
>rn and '
Wanted for the 'teeord evidence of 3S Florida. 87 Alabama, 120 trip PI Friday, omitting llreanopv on Leave Fiobollowjry Monday "
shall appear la our net issue,) describing the Balance of (the Year, ',> and J.tva Cotfee, that irip. at p I tq; '

4 N able' -bodied, (single man, for Black! and Green tx, Floi ida A Georgu, bes-idesSouth! C.iro'ioaand.Tenne' seoMuster ,i Leave .Newoansville! ,' Ariiveatat.pfca'.emme4a! ) f byT8 p.m.. .
called the Dci1 minager ) my rrow Kor.t, Wednesday and Sunday
capture of a sea monster JLPlantation.: A fair salary With good trc .tuiei.t Starch, Soap. Candles, Piolls ofi>e4ft'ns engaged in the 1'lorida War. Ifou j i nt7am ; [! 833'3 From,Madison;by Cliarlc'* fiilb, Ctialvt 1s.

Fish." This fcingular aquatic aiumal had :i will be ghcn-cail? application is dsirtb1e.ROBERT : Superior Havana CigaiWbite'VIo ha c any Quarter Master, PfD"ion or Bounty Land j I Arrive at Ocala next days by 10 a m p.- : ,
nnla and
Cluiius, call iu. No charge if I obtain no monev. back OHM; a veek. _
and wide to sw-airn BUTLER mouth 3J feet long, enough j C. H. BLOOD. p ; Leave Mu&on Monday at 7a ra
Lake Jacksun, L Powder und Shot T ;
County.
Arrive Newr.ansville
ou at
by
next 8
i days m. ,
low a canoe. The .space between its eyct j April 21,1/5:5.: 16 2w Putty, Window (Ja! s. Spirit* of Turpentine, or X.A.B.Kkhurdfon Persons with are invited unsettled to b'usiress call without with delay himself at J((6S11 From NewuanaviHt, by -Ellmiile and p Piovidcoce. I' Arrivi 6pm at; Cliy' Landing. oeit;WcJotsJay, b75 ?

4 feet 4 inches its Iwigth of body j Lamp Oil at 1.2o per Gal, to Alligator, 40 tailes aud backt measures Notice. IJnbecd Oil Buruinj; hull 1, lily office (over Messrs. Betton & Whitaker'u Store,) j week. -. Clay LandiDg-Taanday at 7 a ra", \ ..
(
19 feet, and breadth'' 19 feet, and weighing '' "'HE sulj crHwrs Ril! the first of diJ. Rough and R"ady Twit hod ToUicco I in Tallahassee, Ilmi.I j 1 Leave NewnanjvUle Arrit at Madison nfrtf Saturday'by 4 p rn. .
j on Fig Thursday
day July sjid.SaturJi.yiat
*- !I 1ST BoiNTV LANDS, Act of March 3, 1 855.-Agents 6c33 frwn i.JJa li on, by li nburg arid ChAoo. t
tHreelhousaDd It"wacaptured solve their connection the withdrawal S Pickles in half Gidlotia and Qimrls i
pxwinds. on by of the ; j .1
will Grove vill
address -Gx
who cases sent to charged K BH and ti'ct, .
Henior partner, who will on his'own keiouut. Stuart'e Candy prepare S Arrive at lAlligstor same days by 8 m I ILea r .. J ; I OLC awo.V iat 'j -
thtf2Sd tit'', near Punta Rosa oh the'.Floridaf open onlv $2 for increa-e, and Si for new cases for our fee. p = T ,
and therofore all indebted to them t Ctnva&sed Hams.Audersou' I \Alligator Tuesday and at Cam .5 .
L requeets <> Friday '
f ; H pay for m ocuriug tU'r7arrunt3.. Forma and Records Leave Madiaon Mondjiy at6a in I IFroin
4 the balance due. line Cut ToUiccr. ]l'l'vrs'il: hy l.aud.C. ; S Ariv '

*" .1-- __ BERRY ROWLES.. G. A J. MKGJINNLSS. on Arrive at Newnansville same days by 5 p m. I '' A
-- I U..BLOOD, TALUIUS-.EI:. FLA. iive'Groversvule Tieidav at fl amj .. .
-1h Futnreof JaeksonTillc.of t P. S. No new accounts from this date. Marc-h I 7. 1 Pr5. 6w li I ALEX. II. EVANS &t CO, WASUIXOTOX, D. C. !j 6312 I From Newnausvjlle, by*St' Louis, to New Kivj j -Arrive at Madison aatna day by 6:pra. ,

of the oroieoted Railroad across toe peoiord April-16,1855. 16 Hardware, Cutlery, 4c. Match :SI, i5. IS Gin j|1 Leave, 22 Newnansville miles and back Thursday, once \vetk.at 1 'I 6810 From Wauke -b't'Beksray J& ply 'HalC .J
p m; and!
&, & 4 the buildup of a new town upoa the Lumber Lumber Sulrib''r8 have Arrive New River St&epica, to'gadtiiai 35'rmie* .anj--. ,,
up THE opened a ri'- stk of Hard ;! In Leon Circuit Cpurt-In Chancery. at same day by 8 p m; .-kvfa(4ree-k; S
tout j in art aakibg. with some soliMcj '
our ric'mity, many and CutLjrj''com'lJosad fshn.t fr Leave at 6 S
It CARGO 'DRESSED LUMBER every ar- I vi J ew lUverJIbwaaay a q; ,
what la to bethe, future, vf Jacksonville IWecty4jraan L-L: arrive, from Peuiaoido, consisting of, first daily mimisocond to tide in that luu, fc-> which they would e-pccially call j i v William Marvin, ) Arrive atewnansileiamn.daby! 12 m. I I5S13 j Arrive LiaveIWaueenahThprsdajat! t MadlBdrTiatiie r& m iu; : .. -

iprove a rival wTwe"gaiu FLOORING the atteoliuu .of twtaus that bru buildui" 'I v* I On < From 2fewnahsville, by Tunfeuuggee, Santa j day by dj> ; 5

*21 be onrjwis" or.'eLall w/s continue In the "emu tenor BOARDING quklity' and SHELVING., SEALING Also, VEATIIER (I. &'J. ME'GINNISS.llarch : |I Iliciiid. Bradford, AdmV.i Bill Fe, Clay Landing Waeasa, and Lug >I Anivo IaveMa1zenPridayat6arn. :. .
100.i. at \Vaukwnah
ot oar Vrar I* "We& no reason why Ihe creation CYPRESS SHINGLES. All!! of -which will; bA sol. 17. 165S.:_Cw ll ]i ot .Leigh Read-, Ac. ). For settling the Pond, to Atacua .Otie, 11 9 mile* and back, 6S11 J'fom cam day by 0 p ID. >
| Quhiey to ChatlabuocUe, 21 twIce aocl
oft city on the northern point Amelia Uland should | And affairs ofEbtute. said c'uceftweek. -, ?
low, if engaged before delivery from vessel/ At LII J back, three times a veek, .
JojoriooiiV Effect the" interest .Jacksonville. Her Snudries j i RiVhant II Bradford, Adm'r. Leave NewuiuwTiDe .r
at 7
-rents,flooring cannot be worked alone for about tie Wednesday a m ; Leave
tride 'ith the iuleriOf; 'whicb'teaj pdfesibljr be soipevhatjtytrted jric this can be apd! fur, L/ D. LADD. TUST RBCtlVKD UY G. i J, MEG1NMSSJ! Aal Leigh Read, dec'd, OnDili Arrive Ht AUvCl: Otie next Sstur.Lsy by 8 day 1st Quiocy 7 a rj.oaday; ,- fuaf*- 5' jf toj Fn\'v.. .
: & Road Lai heve'r teeii .
*
by.t flew so fJ InllLv: KubUsr PacLtn ,, i a m .- I '
April 21 1 854. ICMostApprored.Corn _; ; j Arrive'
!: .,_ Chatlaboocl am daya
locratr etir eztensn. "M to form the corner et"i* of Grain Crodl a. Williaw Marvin. William Leave Atsena Otie Saturday 11am ; Leave ? byJ2 ra ;
her It'U her ahu&tioa the &t JohmiHivtr Baile ud his Wife, and CbattaLoocbcQ TaesdaV, liuwlav. awl
protperitj. upoo Mill in [se.1 Straw C'utU'1!*, i f ) Arrive at XVevmanevijle- next Tuesday LE Saturday 7 am *
that otijfU ; -
tb oU tbe'pebiosula
Jiihw&/of give No OR1lUl'loUl1. 0 4
I pm. S Arrive'at *
importance to the location c.hiekooyille1 and as Ucatrepot ><. CA OF the most approved LANIER CORN ,tmniIIaVeU p.jjt.'Cotton leading Line I N puu uanw <>f a decree of the lion. Judge of Leon j| C8U From'NetfnansviHe, by Fort Ilarlee, to Mid- j Hida to Qoincy saro/days ati'allahaieseare pyji ai. .-. .
1UU rope commeoce
MILLS for sale I iuriu .
of this river she en. ndtx .more cia nvain by the Subscriber. These Brades .
Steel Hues, Gin-nit Qouit made on the bth day Februaiy, j \lleburj! *. 50milea_ and back, once a week. \ jS-i2 From Jainbride "
FeraauJuia. iu St. ilan Darien Bruoa icLor Mills have been for coma tine in use this | ; Q ly CHnttaboodi, 7X .
than ; through region -, IJysl1c's} u lst5. m the cause aforeeaid, I do hereby give notice j j Leave Newnansrille "WedcesiJ i v at 12 m; K if Och *
Sgrarmafa. the 'gfoVtb of Jack nville althougl tndlower part 6T' Georgia feud ghe'perfect eatufnction "oY see, ) ,% ; .
4 Every Variety Fihling lines. to ul l! p ** having claims against said estate of Leigh J Arrive at Middl borsf oext'dsy by 6 p m ; !
rapid bat btM healt j, aod i baied npoa'uatriradvxctage grinding with ease -10 bushels and the rise Kirly! Lirn.-rit-k and Vir niu Fii lcuk Keml to tile the eame for payment aa far as the assets Leave Middleburg Tuesday at 6"a ra ; '" | te'SoffrIoJVa jrGadden, to ApaJacbieoU .
which altboogb ty out "Utfioe to in the day, with less than the ordinary Bait .. j months from this Arrive tT06 miles tira.back,iLrce time a
may gin ,pOwr applied Spinning i of said estate Will extend, within at Newnuusville next day by 11 a m. i ii mb the
reader Lee tbe Queea of the.South, will, cerrtbtleMuake to it The maker famishes a hand to put it up ; Painted Tubs and inrkeU .Izit e, that a tinal di posit on of tbe same may be had i Bids for wna-weekly service will be consider-, S from 5ti October t
her a'fiouriahing rekpecuble towu. gro'wiogt1i and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction Iron JJouod Clur Tubs! and and tb* administrator released iron said adminutra I ed. j tirst-tlas aeklynr.and aroboatr twio ,a ftetk |ths.rtiJua. jo,

the growtlj of tbe ooliatry.Althou Call and examine them fct D. L ADD'd. Brass Bound Bucket, COTOHG. flipper.. ictI. ; 6813: From New River to Middleburg. 30 miles aud t coachUfrom iritii the privOff ff
} wing ttro-Lorpe
htke xtnwtUoary Uepreuiou of herpnncipl _AprU 21, 1855. 1C A J. MEG1NNISS. HUGH ARCHER Jt, Cl'rk.am1 back once a week. ( Cb ttar )ochefl wlcn tic riterjs Bainbndge too low (t.

ArticU of fxpoA fartbe market makei her&t prftutlookaitiiergioawj. M-irc-h 17. IRS5. fin- 11 Special Muster in Chaneiry. Lenve New River Wednesday at 7 a m; atsattatioo.

%rf tbiuk tUt.pnipejrtj i>olden > A Profitable Investment.-, Feb.ry 21, 1653. emI Arrive at Midulebur anme day by 7 p m ; | S -.'
1 rew
Estabibhment1
&hdUi ia** Hj a hafefto.cauM to .tresiUefor TOR SALE, a'mannfacturing tuuocss 'already'- in in Taiiaoassec.ITIE Leave Middleburg.Thursday at V a m ; ; ; ittO.iobr U lit* J'ine. -

her (utare. J&4wiordioary demand for our great JL operation, and from which good profits can be r Sub i'rilM-ra would re"pc-ct I Cracker- and Biscuit Machines. Arrive at New liiver same day by 7 p m. I Leave |
BramVrWge
tapUriricK;,.9qo.rri later, must Come, will, we realized. The bwiaeaa will tiqtnre tube capital of ; JL fully nncouncc to the citizens, of! II. Jt J. McCOLLUM, 6815 Frora'Onfys Ferry to Fort Ilarlee and bach : Tuesday, Thursday, aoj.
Satday *
think, diipalall azzes upon thi tabjeet-JaektOHwfct 2 or $3,000. )Plenty of material on band lo commence Tallahassee, Florida, and the ad- i 4 RE manufacturing and have constantly on hand once a week.- Arrive at rApalachicolancit t.p n l -

14Z1e.bL operations immediately. Any"one winning to embark jihitig Ooonties GVorijia, that they have ononcd a yVthfir superior CRACKER MACHINES, with Bidders will slate the distance and propose a I Friday by 4 in, and Wtdottdir and .

in a money-making business, can obtain all the information JLOCK AND WATCH Shop on Monrue Street, all their lately patented improvements variors sires. schedule departures and arrival .. Leare iApalacbicola p Monday! by U ain; j -

the'Allies Insist Upon e
*t r, Box yS4, Colambns;Ga. will be ready at idl times to do every descriptron of Mouths Damper, Thiis''ntitutional of March 26fl : : work in their lioc. Leave Alligator at 6 -. ioztlqsty a rn ,.
1 ChfonomfcterrDnplex, Patent Lever 8 d: 40' EldriJge Street, New York. Friday a-m; 1 : .? -' S

says: Executor's Notice: Cylinder and common Veru'ial Watches repaired March 31, 1855. 18 3m&iTTi Arrive at'New Hiver same day by 10 p m ; From'l&th 'June ta l&rfi OeIr. '

4 LL at tue shortest notice;. al->jobs amid Clock of Leave New River Saturday at 6 a tn ;> i
A
The destruction person* claims every I '
Sebastopol nolongenirettrt"Aertrnmber'of hating orf demand* against or jl CIICLL i eav* BainbrJdga ; -
1 .1..I hetwtte interested deacriptio'n. I>y stud jitteiitiou to bui-iuees, th.-v are Arrive at Alligator game day by 10 p oj. Tue d y and 8atcnl r at -

the stipulations of the< A1Il Itely dec aed,'wbdUfer> the estate of Matthew J. dUnnined ujtat none t'iall jo away dissu1iafie"59'N. ATTQRN YS.AT LAW 6818 From Alligator by Suwaonee 3cts1s l to Spa; : j ,- ,.m : T".

allies relativtjfftrjjhe.Black: .Sea, for the reason ordistnboUw. are hereby M creditors, legatee* B. Good.woik Homo amid Buggy for salt at 6 S Blonnt'g! .'Ferry, 3t miles aud book, once aweek. Arrive at Apala&icola' uvt_ day*by 4 p I ;*. .

that the siege'ofXwhJch. this place baa been to the undersigned, ecotor'wquJred of the last tO'prt-sent will and them tea- tnontlfIcrdif JASPKR; HAMILTON COUNtT, FLOEIUA, I Leave iApaiathtcola Wo day, at 10.y a a- '

the.object has nebe'en' considered other Lament ofiaid decea.i.or
ce than a messs?add sot 4s an end, by the thoned attomeyg.wttbin twoyean from tVw"date, March 24. 1865.! tf i 12 V T Circuit, in Columbia and Alacbua in the East.cu.Ciriif1 Arrive at Blount's Ferry same day by 6 p m; p.x Tuedy byit.. & '
or this notioe wilL be 1 : i and in the Leave 4itj. Z .s.s i
pleaded in W of their recovery Notice. adjoining Counties of Georgia.Ma Jllount'a Ferry Saturday at 0 a m; 6843 Fr'n
tHef
PoweriTFhAt id ;
ttrn pursue com5 and all persoiw iodtbted te'said estate will ch 24. 1855- tf 12 Arrive et Alligator-no day by C p o. )jain to'wflr- 7

the Blank eavzieirfieetud ir- ffi&kt. immediate jtayment i please 'ALL pcreon Indebted tn tlie.Ebta e *-J-imw N. 3I9 From-'Allrfjrttor.'by: White praga! Jasper, Utmpbdfltoe Ce.mya,41&, .&aiemia'i; 3L
) p lels.
: i> Qofth'e rain nor.thflcabture of a militay '&6BERTOALLEN.. Executor. late mf Madiaoa' Cuunty'deceAetiIharc bereLy DK J. C. LEE Belhville, Jennings,Cherry Lake, Hamlurg 4 aed nor' .

P ; ---. ,. claims agalo& said esUt *r requested to them twte'.wiiik. .
5
;- -- - : present J.: of :.Montiollo and its -vicfnlty, in the'various ,back, once a week. f. S "4. a: :
-wwsit oas maioCitned thMrtti-the .--' within'the time prescribed by law,or this notice will ; Leave. 'ChMfaboodiM TataJaj *nd iSTIIMIi,
( Fresfc IrrlralFROM.'irev l brandies of his profession. He' can be found at all Leave Alligator Mi>oday at 2 n ai ; .. *
Lpecies of dotnIz&tini&ndthe be plead iu bar of their recovery. times', wbtnTaot profe* ouiliy: engaged, at the Monti- Arrive at Monticello next Wedqebday by 9 at8pm ; .' .. .M- S
TorVpw 'Elizabeth- "Suwat THOMAS M. ANDERSON. Shrrif, Jirrive at PeoaacoU ocjU TfMay aodTB aJa .
priVOegea shjuyed there, to the cello Hot*!. Pm I .- r "-
w'
: ; .by4pm5
-. ;'V\, tx-affleio Administrator.IL 18. 185S. 2 6m* t Leave MonUeellbTLurwJay at 6am* 354afl.I
trlment of afl Jnooary ; -
aboreall of
aad _
Europe / f I
: > March
Craciteri 37. 1855. 11 ,
J.d.Blb
.Sugar Arriv re4mT
p .p -' ,, t -( at-AlHgatn uetSaturday' by 1 p ta::
uriey.-. ..- 5 sol' t 1'. : : I' -" : ": :Nottce. JOHN W. EVANS, .5 Bids for semi-weekly iervice.will \* jorwidered. I
pmJ .5 .Better ; r P"i- Armo "
ATTORNEY AT .I/AW ; .'f >i -* & 4t.CLattjJtoodie fliit'iumJy' i
S *cLiWthjflc. .J S 'a leojon. : .. i .. A LL persons; indebted la the'pptaU-of Starling From S
: 2'I j \:4}:.. .BAIA'BKUUCK, GKO S 6820 Orange Springs, by Morrison's i.nI

tu Th iQ11aTing4 fro ,. eustetner. ehcwt tie: 5 Boxci llaocanooi, >, f" Barker-llttte>of.Madiou'Comifltyi 1 deceased, are 'ILL ,piv prompt gtteutiou to all buBtnes*>-ea'I I ;,Fort Crana, te'MicaTJoipyj S mll! 6844 From ,- '

iPWJinne hu criutcd wberfUrtfA '' 6 Elba,Orashid Sntg v.? ,; t ;, -/i,, /: Iclaiw hereby required, against'to aaid make elaU payment to ma,.,Tnos bftv- 1 Y I truated to hia car ,'intha, Ct'Untiw oft Timu, twice a week'* .*'.'. S 5 ; ; lk .... 5-.
"ST 1 Ba1LRod.8D4 are required to present Decatur.. aker Leave Oranga Spritaga and f UjddcvsU1
teem within the time 9Jbed- l Uxs notice CoDgberty, Calhoun, Early and Clay.' -m ; Tacsday Pridar at '
pre w or
3Lom&ao, iZeiop5bt; j *A'TfiOM February.17,1S&5.-,. I. *. t/ .r 4 am; 0 $ m? r '
will be in bar of '
lisa plead Ueir'recovery.v k'i.
..
20 DOZM Coe a,: AaatMian9py lame day G&S
** by 1p m"1.
GiiIkEW3-1n -
I Et44l4 : k 1 I '- *A3' M.*ANPE11SP: >1'ShgrifrJ : 17';. 1ONG.&GLRRLITII,. S S Lteavc ,Mjcaaopyc.f6e d47 and rlday4 aVSAtrif

t f .IdiI0a: .1L'Maivlifl.l855.:'unfttfofficfo :ilc&nifn&rraior.' 11 t ;* .,AoRcEY8 AT LAW/TAM.*!; FLA I pfl; '1 I' : viII 'ta )

: r.pI.nthurv1-'r.; ; .1 L .&'lAbthffi&; JB. G LBBAITII IAVQ'ajwoci- .' tOrange Springs; same ijajt bOi2' S

E ii Vre'WL buriii Q3:4: : Sal(, SaJa
; lYli aUcl themselve S
L I itdr'-&ObMti4.- 1 SACKS coarse andke' 's''est'? Salt Courts*in iathepraeticinfw.7hwill"atten4'the the Mjddi VCircuit, the Su.&e4 o821 j From Ocala, by- Swaznp/to .|Tc .
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'- .c&.e.ek1.rligLIItb: i .LtJ 30 bile an Diitrici"Oours
; ,LiOOuekLiv.t&tr- Courts and tie of te!) I7oitcd, ** *
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;:..fliayt& ILOWLtS. ': lr :i'Mci-AUORT ORMOND. Office oeejt the> Court Howsi.jDets'bvr i Arrt*m \V st nri r, L-. iif'11 '* **"* *Mt"1l9:*'*

&AriiiI 11th, &5, -ie [Secttftl cfpy.I 4iDc' 2S.185J '-. M ', 1651 :s IT Leave Adamtvillc Friday at 6 am. mile, and bark vs'st IjI S S
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3 .W M .i'.rSt 5 at J' t ;tn{ : > I Lia.h'4f' t P. tM10th Tf"-.--'--.' ,: V.r'iifwlii F"t f -, AA-.
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Arrive at'Ab.Bprinr tun* dar by-IS m J or Ap. .tk.Itta" requfr, THE'CtRBATEBT'A6E. ,... \. .. Y. .8sn .; 5 _...Z
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4 J/ere"Abe Spring Monday at 1 p tn; *d by few, or that ewnbtne several route ta one eon $ ; "iJ J.LOJU t tJ1t 1' I' ,

,4 AmV. fct W* "wWten'eata day byeptn. fit NmNonU1m.t eObllidered ia competition ) effrr for"tale'a. hair DAWa iWJLSON'Is Wholes.l ".and' E.tailtDSIir 1i .
Iii VMTMO 8t Andrew' l' whh reasonable in PttOJ11'(01) perfect I /.j
Prom to Bay 46 mfl< &nnarpropoiil amowrt.'IS. to f;; :
: .ahcri tim' the DEuGsAND MfehluiHJp.JUST ., ,
and fint for ) TeItore DOW recrfnag from tiMbriMRettiDgtm.WadaMand : ; '''l n
baek.; hair whichha become grej to tie original other vessels bfa woal' of Fall) and -
permanently wppl f '
Leave Vwnon adTortbenwot. .1' 1. 'I i-" : wI.WJ
the -
at 6 service
Friday a. m: 'rtfietly* according to -
'epIori i it out where i it i* and arrests Winter Good-all of which M&eted himself ,
Am>* at 8C'Andrew'. ,Bay *ou>e day by 8 p then if they deaire. .ttparattly tor Serent *rrvt e; : gone were by r.e ive p4Lw 111 !. and If the repdar bid be the Lweatoffered&'rthl where Hi falling off cleans the head of the dandruff in New York and purchased on the 'mast fuTornbla .y of Dvits .nKiiKedkiaM,'ThiaOfli, ".. A i .

Leirc St. Andrew's Bay Saturday At 6 a m advertised service the oOr bid may be cooridwed, and itching remove all cutaneous'eruptiooa.'and render terms, many of them at reduced price which willable ern ,Vamlh! ,Putty and Ok* ..g n rtlA *t. t .
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Arrive 1tt V efO'1O same'dav bf 8 p m. if the alterations proposed are recommended by the the scalp perfectly healthy- ,by restoring the secretive him to supply bin customers and all who may fa- ment of Colors Brushes and other PsmteI'thzteW&Also .' .iifJ QI. ". .Jll. ..

1 f%18 Vrorn Milton! by Conn UilC Nathansville, AhnJ L potmrtr and, citizens intrcted, or If they shall organs U their original, vigor and strength and your him with a call, either for cash or approved Fine'Soap, Fro Tooth and Hair Brack**,Labin' T--.'f'.t.:1"' qI ... 'T
thus supply nutriment rnd coloring matter to tt.It. credit at certainly low if not lower than {t.II
.I Fort prices Extracts and a van*ty of Fancy r...
Crawford and 1"P t
t Sparta, 70 mile* anbiKk d appear manifestly right proper. .t\- !. 1e
doc color the hair but i ii :4'
not in house In '
short, perfect in this city. 'they consist of .1' -
a any part find this :
.t one a *\. 14. There should be but one route bid for in a proposit" Planter and PbJ'aiciac..ill always at es i. 1sd isus ./ Z'tfI .
,. Hair invyoutor and Touic. Fancy t Oood.' 'of needed and) )t.:I ,'...
Lee Hilton Wednesday at Z a m ; staple Dry tationery. tabb'shment a full supply every thing Beic(& S' .
Arrive at next C The the the yearly the To the joong. who eo much 'admire the beautiful Bout and Shoes Drugs and Perfumery, oa the moat liberal term _. I I
__ I Sparta day by p ni; 15. route 'r -Ke. pay ecM.oiIt ,
lock and ringlet. he feel that he will be if
Leave,Spcrta Friday 6 a m JjVrrlr name and residence of the bidder, and those of, each pardoned, Hardware Saddlery, Orders from the Country promptly filled and ati- !I dlar.. Wtef .
be the advice .
4 at iffttwn lien dar bv p tn. member of a firm where a company offers should belo offer suggested by long atodj and extensive Hollow Ware, Oroceri faction gnaranteed'vith n.r.d.both to prices and I oI .th, ;III ? (t" 1",.
observations it b discard all "
_ 4 (;4' From -Jldton, by.Eat Kiver nix! Aln stimulating hair the
Ifcbee Au a. S9 nult and back, oriceweek. a higher mode than borm-back \\x intended The words andke7alwaysupou Hats and Caps, Bagging and Rope, ed. -_ P I .
toilet A botte of the res ( Bonnets and Trimmings, Paints Oils Ac.JIary EX 'iTAI5: .
.* I. with due celerity certainty and security, i insertedto &c. Also EPPINO-S COMPOUND FLUID c..tl&A"u.Dziz :
I..trr. Milton Wednesday at 0 a m: indiiatc. the mode of cuuvt-yauce, will constitute a and we eau safely predict, that henceforth silver locks Men and Boy's Clothing, TKACT OF BUOHU. !Sza--.LeI-7 us. this.
and bald heads ill i be uukuowu: for althongb. tbe October 14,1864. 41 Etrsct of Y.11e Doe ,:
; Arrive at L'ckrc Anna iwrxt Friday b" I I II I o "6far II-.:" November 11, 1854. your J an
the cheek the dark
rose may blossom upon downy peH'orm OIM 01 a.m1iuetibia' I I
I
: ra; 1 G. Bid-\\m we requested tO u!'. as far as practkaWe eye be ever so piercing and the tretb those of pearl, W. Wage, ) Leon Circuit Court. In : ectid DaII."l
Lear Ucbee furnished b\ the de A. B. CLARKE .
6 Anna Saturday at 6 a ni ; UH printed f rm of propotnl
fluids be withheld from tbe hair
still if the natural \s. > Chancery. her* bee* affikted Heron festr'yajp .
Arme \t Milton' next Mud*." 1." 6 p in.I partment. t* write out iu full the sum of their bids, ...
and in it becomes first dead and harsh, James Wages. ) Dill for dirtrce.IT feet
consequence my-legs Jl a
and ; !,
Bids frr *e weekly sen'ice trill U CoDaidiiIHi r. and to retain copies of tiiein.o MERCHANT T TAILOR, tM t.
considered and bills then grey or falls off, nature wilj be robbed of more appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that bad to go 8D erotchea, lid "
it } altered bid can be no once than half its charm ; nod although it i is a sovereign above named defendant, James Wages residesout DEALEX IN RKADT; MADK CLOTHING AND petal- above the bps Ia
I e:r.O Fri niadii. br submitted be withdrawn.
J BUktly, Ala. to Il.iln eats
e remedy for those who are gray as well as those who of the State of Florida it is ; other broke J..l""i
ordered that leg
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4 two a bearingon GKNTI.EMBN'S FCRNISUINO GOODS. my wtnlargv i
mil* and back, daily.I. Ench bid must !1) guaranteed by responsible
arc bald, still all see the propriety of making only the facto charged in said bill be bad on' the 1st I torn fans knee'tomr Jnot
4 my ,
; ive Pensacola dally at 12 tn General gasrautees cannot be admitted. receiving at the well known old stand
Loir and for
U ; persons. such to the scalp OH is calculated -
., an application day of A. D, 155 Provided That NOW dl et offeosir matters .M
l May : a of ,
mail
4' I Arrirc at Mobile nit day by A a ni ; 1'. The bid 4xnild be scaled; superscribed to it both in a perfect and healthy state. copy occupied by Clark & Stillman a general _S
preserve I this order be in larr. Ww wbiefaand dIseh
published in ,
Leave Mobile daily at 7 a m; proposals, State of -." addre&cd "Seovd As- some newspaper printed assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing,Furnishing xgsd __

From the Editor of the Real Xxtatt Adotrtiter 27 Tallahassee fur the of three *t (to time f
month
and before the MOM 'Diy hIpd br
Office sent space .
Arn> &t Pensacobt Den day by 2} a n Mstant Poetmuter General, Contract School Street, Good Cloths, Cassimerea, Vesting, &e. composed .MII&.I..,.
_' t t3l Fr.ia Penaacola to Warringtwn, 9 mil. ambkck ,d by wiaiV/not by or to, an agent, and pottmnstcrs will I day appointed fur Mid hearing. in part of the following articles: rounmg sore Marly I to Bay dbo*. '

daily.J not_ I'nc1ou___ __ nrtou. al. (,Or letters of any_ kind) in thur BOSTON, March 20, t4.TVrf. At Chambers, Feb. 1, 1855. Fin Rlarlr Ttrfnn FrocokCnAtA. _H The_ mWry. that" I.I"T6.. aofftrsd_ lotESS. ''
p (:
.. Arrive at to be executed and ret ni-ned I I 'as induced some weeks since to EeL. 3 3, 1866. 6-3m. that J never rested day orwfbt;
jl''if' Warrington came day by 6J a m; __ 1 S. The contracts are quite gruy, \ Business Coats, In
r ." ", Leave Wamngton daily at 7 a in; to the department by or before the lit of July, 1855 make trial of your hair tomtir-r I hue used less --- --- ---- Fancy Cassimere do. do. do' October but m> sen broogbt n. tOIoI

.j: Arrive Frasaoola iaru day by 10 a In. bat the service must be commenced on' the mail day than two bottles, but the gray hr.irs have all disappeared Florida Hotel, Black and Colored Cloth Overcoat tIe wrappers. ; :I read la, ind oad.reeoniSiiSl

J4' :: "t 1." 352 From New Orlrans, La, by Pensacola }1ft,'f next after that date, whether the contracts be executed ; and although my hair has not 'ully attained M TICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY. Black Doeskin PanU_ low wonderful'cort performed br, 1.ar *J&ntZ
Duck
; r Apalnchicola St. Marks, Cedar Keys, Tam. or not. No proposition for transfers will be con its original c"'W. yet the process of ch nge in gradually Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pant. and Saraaparini I ent and M &Wk

q pa. anl Manatee, to Key West, 1.000 tuiki s sUered until the contracts arc executed in due form ;oing nn. nnd I bare great hopes that in a short time rI"ln undersigned gives notice to the pub Black and Fancy Silk Vesta, tie of i H, aad commenced j t.( ft .Ia*....

:. t.. and Uncle, twice a month, steamboats and received at the department; nnd then nu transfer ny hair w ill W as &rk as formerly. I have also been A that he has refitted the Hotel in I I Fancy Velvet do. to my great astonishment :jn T u_., .u _-

t. Leave New Orleans *,n the 10th and ilL o!f will be allowed unless good nnd stfT5crnt asin i-ucb gratifud at the healthy moisture and vigor of Monticello formerly kept by Capt. New do. Cass. do. Cashmeres and I could sleep all night a licff 1 had nt dt fqr

Ji'-.t. each month; therefor are given to be determined by the d 'partm the hair. vbi<'h t'rf.le vas harsh nuddry, audit has man, and will be prepared to receive visitors by 13th I 1- White Marsaille do. D. D. two yearaj When I bad >ken -.boU1* .'Iin.pn.

:'W.1 tt 2 rrire at Key West CD the 20th and 4th; nt. I ct'aHl! to conic tlut as furmerlv. of November. The house is now in thorough repair, -ALSO-- bad nearly all healed* Ztftorttgoiehantment "."K'-i _

r Ltare Key VeiL on the lUth and 24th ol r 19. Postmasters at offices on or near railroAd*, but Respectfully ) OUtS, D. C. M. RUFF. and will be so managed as to promote the comfort ofSfuetU r A fine assortment of Shirt.Collars, Cravats, Black, M I have now used in all &www'-,

"y. ..f"- .11I11 month; more than eighty rods from ttatu-n, fill.immediately CJUCAOO, May 164.-I have used Prof. Wood's and boarders. Attached are good stables, White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves self adjusting Your Extract of"Yellow Dick aDd SancpMlCai'

f. Arrive at New Orleans CD (be 20th nuJ 4thINSTRUCTIONS. after the Jl th of Apiil next, report their exact distance II 1 Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevents wheme every attention is paid to horses. Terms as I Stocks Cotton and Merino Under-shirt Jeans. I now consider myself well; J' !

from the nearest station and how they are otherwUe the b .ir ftom cluing OUt, gives it n gloss and soft- moderate aa at any other Hotel in the country. A Drawers, Brown Fancy, Cotton and Lisle Thread $ I entreat all of the afflicted to ,try this BfcJJdaA
; !( : enable the I share of is for I believe will
custom known
with the mail to cure any UUeate fefi
supplied 1'o..t'l ucbB very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have relpectiuIlyolieited.C. hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs, all
it Fum oval where advfri world.
/ n ff if no chancre from eit -Lay aside all
i master General to direct a mail-inraienger entirely diappeared. Others of my family have used BLESS. of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms -prejudice'and1 jiiit by*
14 t ".isrt coiittTflplated bg the bidder. from the 1st of July n
-t-.t' 1, -. of -=*- county of -. State of 20. Section 18 of an act of Congrcs? approved March t-> be. HENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avenue.IROF Call and examine. entreat then to lake it. far.U.will tig*U* fe,-.:, !

-.. 11'. -, prupe to efoflrey tbemail..fr l July 1, 3.1845.provides that contracts for tbe transportation o// I, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO November, 18.54. Mr cue M well known i&'a)arjjf pertiog(

(! ;6i5, tijuu 30 18S9; on route No. -, from the mail shall l be let"in every case to thr>lowest bid de voon'a ORIENTAL BESATIVE LIXIMEXT. THE undersigned, Agent of the above Company -- -- Carolina Georgia and Alabama, and" if air'' "

rf.i: -_ to -, agreeably to the advertisement of tendering siifBcient guarantee for faithful pcrfoiniance receive application for and make insurance Leon County Iron Works doubt the above enrr"I inrititfrtnto call onto*,jaj

.p ; ? the f\uia ter General dated January 12, 1855, *nd without other reference to the mode cf such This I.iniineut is valuable auxiliary to the treatment against low by 'ire.. on Brick and Frame Buildings I will bow them the *ear >, T-VtA Lef foced irTia -

J t /_*. the following mode t>f conveyance, vk: UAosportntion than may be necessary to provide for of some of the most formidable disease with Furniture, Merchandize, de.I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. pooca Co, Alabama! one- mile frtwi fihwv'a:Fom '

\ :, f>r the annual sum of the due celerity, certainty and security of such transport which it u our lot to contend; for instance: inSama-I January 29, 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. rpHIS Establishment is now iu full operation. All RENAJAH ptv .t/Srt.

mKvEfe: 1. dollar ;;tiOD,." tender thin law u new description of bid tion of die lunge and bowels. By a thorough and con JL orders will be attended to with promptness,and The 'z chow Dock,and SArsaparinaM! pecnlIstlis.
This with full of tinued application of this Liniment over the regions of all work done with neatness and I pvpoi&l M tna;: knowledge of the has !hfejen received. It does not specify a mode conveyancc Beeswax I rtsdtfafffr
; I the affected the otherwise formidable diseases Beeswax r 11 r All kinds of work such Steam Work Mill Work irregularity of menstrual
hst talaoce of(i je r >ote, the vght of the mail to be carrumi. *. but engages to take the entire mail each tiip organ as dkehargFclriixi MleTdiM
Mnf: %! atui t all cLi particulate w reference to th. routewf with celenN' certainty, and bccurity, being the term' are at ouce disarmed of more than half their terrors, ,:'T A TED in any quantity for cash or trade, by Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery. II pecnb'arto their.-Tb* proprietor hub"ka

.r4tt. 1I0.J !.c, and aleo after full eruSoation of the w- .. of the kw. 'l..ese.iJa. are styled from the mannc particularly among children, and thousands of mothers BERRY
*;. 4.iiuc nod re-j.uiffflect< aUacLcd to 'i? adruJ.se1 '.I'in which they nrf riesi-rontcd on the books ot! the de- were they allowed to speak, would with all the __ ._21._ 18. 4. 42 Castinsru. Ac.:' alao. Sutrar Kettles of any size trot i formed, of the above description. Weaanr..TL WLmeted.
\. ; ..nt.DatJ. I I'I I liar lid*,"and they will be con!trued ae eloquence c(feeling and affection bear their united -uu---- -- constantly on hand. All work done in such establish that a bottle or two.f Dr GQ 'i
;e '' 'I paitmcntu testimony to the fact that it !hut snatched their children DR. LEWIS, ment will be done by'u*. with a particular regard to of Yellow Duck and Sarsaparilla wJUa
providing fof the entire bail/o1l'tt.trlnr and vhatMrr rI11l1z
!\..c '.. pet,. from the very jaws of death and restored themto the strength and dui ability of the work. those difficulties and renew t&e tutonH '..
f:: (Signed) : be the mode cOt teyanc: nrcc to in- RESIDENT DENTIST, ag
may cf tary
their former health and beauty. it will be Competent Workmen always in readiness to tr Put in bottUav;.
Again put
;! .l "lffm'cf GJurmf Hire iii cekrity, certainly and' trctirily"ITJ TALLAHASSEU, FLA. np I' up quart -Priee 11 T..l tt. i
't'r:-; Ii.' The uodersijrtied, residing at --. State of J all cases where the lowest .de of service is believed found a powerful auxiliary in removiug w hat is generally I Engines. tc. Sold Wbol. Je aod flctaflb, I
gr known as an Ag' e CIlI. or an enlargement of now imurting Artificial Teeth on the Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for rfCOVIL & MEAD Ill CBARTMa'
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,.1,.. -. nn J rtake that, if the foregoing bid for earnI I f ti b snfficieut.; the lowest bid T>H be accepted T
1'J the spleen indeed in all cases where the external application ( new and improved principle. with cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this General Agents for the Southern fitattl.t9''wi:
.
'tt.f..' onroute, o.acOt'ph..J bvthe'J if: dulr, guaranteed, ia preference to a "ear" or speci is of service, tLia Liniment will be found use -4-.L.LLL7: continuous gums, from one side to the place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron Copper and !, orders must be addressed. !'..:- -Ball ,

'. -..i'-"' zuLuT.cr General, i&e McltK-r ehml, prior to the 1st t DC t>.<3WLpC- ful. other without t-cara or crack, leaving no place for the Bras tST For sale at all the Dreg Starea h TaQabHHt
:.. f.i" day fJdyl 1W, or as soon thcr afUr as UIHV be, tic lowet bid H not a stir bidfi *anCk FPCC1 I lodgment of food them be addressed sad ,
; %, ;. *iitet iota the J-BOF. \\'OODdEGETABLE' K4GIL 17FE TIUJJ.BLIS.SFIKLP. thereby rendering perfectly All letters must (post paid) to at one Agency in every Town ia th*3o OL '
uqufrd obligation to
< ": i > pfcrfium"the: either no Tude or an irivdfquutc mode of conveyflj.T'% life like, and restoring the original contour of the face, J. M. SHINE r ," '->rrv>5 proposed with got/jl 1 and sufficient sureties.TLU lmf< set t aside fur SO63. Prof. 0.J. Woop Dear ; .
:- '
bid May
it will lot be K. I'ptcd a specific so as to defy detection. He *ill attend to all callsin March 11, 1854. 10 -._- V' "*
:,.'.l',{ .: wy d<;> with a full kuotC.'. djjc of the obligation I : proposing the DCC'fc.'sary scrvic. J gjt :-As we have used and seen med for a number Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full Andrew 8.Garr, rt d ) Leon CireoiL 1a:

-: ,' '. ,:' lTJJ hxbilitiee assunaed by guarantoi'? under the 27tli I, WheT! the bid 1 does pot specify A mode of conveyance I c of ieth."- ?cur Vegitable Magic life Pills -He are prepared Settu can obtuin all necessary information by letter. P. B. BrfOKAWS.U7IBY vs. eev. ''p.- 1MJrI'1\1'

'. :.. :f. ;o. P "'i'tkX': of th' acL of Congress cf Julv. 2, 15. I also when it propose to carry "a' rding to the I to recCtnroen them to the public superior He will warrant, in every Inl'unct"latisfaet.ion and LewisCurthetol. )f _

: V-itd: advertisement. but without fii.!b *Decificai"'i>i it will t all others. and :i'lfallible in the cure of the diseases prices to suit the time Terms Cash or when called lID SALE STIBLES TT. ...r:.. t. fl... __J. i._ __ __' __ I .
,: Jt' {Signed by two guaranty) I be considered as a proposal t horseback. service.. I for which the/ ae recommended : ("r. JL ease-d"v, that the following."O"H named tjj LVflUaOU ia m9

.' 't l-'ann of Ctitificaft.The SJ. A modification of a bid, in nnr o:its cascm'." 1 B.I3.LcacnA. L'- Pett*, B. D. Albro, r. Jacobs, _June 24. WSi 25 TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. ease rende out of(be State of defendant.ubove ki fet
aadeot
JTorida
-. : uo.krsitfoed, postmaster of -, Stato of Is tantamount NTWt'J J, Edward Gilber John ----- ----- 4 V. .
44'j.: terma. to a new bid and can.ot be re Orin Buzzcl Spencer of the Middle Circuit of '
---, ortifi, under bis oath of office, that he ill acaaiotfsJ eeived so M to interfere with regular competition after A;.'TO. Lucien B. Sweet, Elu 1S R. Sweet John Hacn- WHITE & SLUSSER i THE Proprietor would in- hereinafter desienated.! 1'1brida.Retard and ia UiepHc*
: I HL
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-.lfif ; with the above guarantors, and know them the last hour set furreceiin .dllib I raft, iVutban.ol. Oilmore,James J-Pixie, Wro.Johnson, : rm his friend and the Anderson and Ogdea.Abel T.
."' : f. be men of and D. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in that be baa rebuilt his_ Stephen Cambreieeg.iho, reside m UM
able Landers.pfioF. public
to make Copper
,.t... property good their 22. Postmasters are to be careful Dot to certify the j.::_hnson >jluams 0. Lnwon, C. P.wrv, State of New York; Charles Black
1'o' ;' lu.rant.t. sufficiency of guarantors or sureties without knowing Wo..m-Dcar Sir:Hnvine u"ed, and experienced Tin Sheet Iron Brittania Jy- JapanedWare.CookIng large Brick Stables, at the old stand and is now State of Lotistana ; Charlotte .t;QtdeJtt wores4essjm.Gtst T.
; ,.., Dated that of sufficient of l'n rc Life prepared to accommodate his friend and customers. '
.,0",. they are persons responsibility; and the e.Cta your Vegetable Geddea Eric liam 'lesjje, Marj-Harant ImVu
'':'': (S'JgDe d.) all bidders, guarantors aud sureties are distinctly notified Pills in my I'l nily, I *i11 **? that M a famlOr": "%- :, Parlor and Wood SfovecfUST He also baa attached to his Stables a good Blaok- Charlotte Cunumnj' Leslie EI ooi Bmclair L5 .
The smith where he will have have done all
of kind of
', ;T: i sufficiency guarantors on proposals may' be that on a failure to enter into or perform the icine, they camwt i>e 'va'uetI t.o Wgbly. I have n.1 J received all trimmed and in complete Shop Janet Leslie or 'Dunbar. Mary ,Leslie er'Helm C *
r r lied by a ju"tU/e ala court of record and Plantation work Horse shoeing and Carriage work in
; by ptistuwjterf contracts for the service proposed for in the accepted them in several Lili n." atU-ta and mfl niaUons, ano ., 13J order, of the latest improved patterns and Leslie or Brown.Margaret Van Bar or
:1". ::4 at the following offices and other the best manner and with promptness and
". : no : i bid, their If'galliabilihe *ill be enforced "wot be too biglily'ap- very William Leslie Imbach
;{ : 1 Iu the State of FLORIDA I again! I will sar that their vinC'es ca' sale at reduced prices and will defy com- patch. ,Helen CnrDmi l'm becb'sD
,1' pottmaiters offices at UeD! Ja'J
'.'r s: the court-house or of each preciated for in every case they- bave. "peedily. tnumphed -- N ti L' fur neatness, durability and service. November 185*. 44 urretStCbir Black wk*:Ireaide b 'r cnm1: ..
4' 1) county seat county; and at I 23. The contracts will be substantially in the form over disease,and hence 1 Ai in duty bound r----- Douse Work.- 01F7i Anderson, who rcaidei w .U.Y. tesQ
. "' ApalnchieoLt, Mioanopy. Belleville, Campbellton Jnsprr heretofore need in this department except iu the reftpcct I to recommend them to all. They ,*" pcrfect1y To the Old Settlers of Florida. <* a
: i" ,Jeaniiiojs, Mimdann Mostly Hall l Newport New particular] mentioned in these instructions opera :" Roofing Ornfijreital, Heads for Gutters, Guttering It is ordered that said defcttdaabido : and
. r ; i Pic lata ; easy, producing no uneasy sensation, yel the. operation Tnlins E. Melere late of the General Land- apr
orn"rn& *> Tampa, Ucbc Anna Ocala Pilatka Zinc Sheet Lead.
and railroad
Lead
on aU and steamboat routes the contractors is thorough ; and I am satisfied that nothing1re Tin conducting Pipe.beet fj Office and Pension Office,Washington D.0,win answer the bill of complaint Sled hi this eaaetb t fe '"

i.jjj 4tcncy, Warriugton. 4. will be required to deliver the mail into the post in most owes, in necessary than these valuable pi:..'*' ., Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop Work of every description attend promptly to all claim under Florida Armed to say the said above named defendants' 'who rerfd
.' Culilt to br incorporated in tie offices at the ends of the and into done with ana' de patch. out of this State but in the United
: contract to the. routes all the intermediate I. to perform a speedy and triumphant cure.Jtetpectfully neatness Occupation Acts of 1542 and 1844. Persons who State*. wfcHa lev
i ,..t'. tx!,n1 the Jrparlment may drtm proper.c post offices not more than eighty tod from Yours Ac, City and Country Merchants "ill' jind it to their ad- were settlers under the said Act of 1842 and having months from the puUioatioo of _this'order' .the d.

.t 1. Seven minutes are allowed to each intermediate the railroad or binding. J. B. SANGER.O. rantt\.fe to give them a call befo.e purchasing elsa- complied with the requirements thereof have not received fendanta above named who reside in Europe witiia

:\': !li-"
.. h."f. ; L' rueCsit i but oo railroad and steamboat route. there is department, must equally with others procure guar- Pioprittors, C95 Broadway, New York. wbe'e.t.1r: N. B. All our articles are mJ1nt1t;-tored from or attended to by the subscriber. the defendant who resides u 1JJe. Westrra C esrit

4 : t<. be n> more dl y than is sufficient. for an exchange anton aud certificates of their sufficiency substantial 114 Market Street St. Louis. the very best material and warranted durjble- o. Also claims prosecuted for Pension Bounty Lands, within two months-'provided that publication ef this

't'f, ": ; of the mail bags. ly in the forma above prescribed. The certificates of 1). H. Anus Agent Tallahassee, I 1a. other will be offb.; d for sale. scrip, Back Pay tc, Ac. on the mos reasonable order be made once a week for be bat above fiisHed

. :., : 1. 2. On: routw where the modo ofconveaneeadmitR sufficiency mut be signed by a postmaster at one of February. 10,1855. 6 October 21! 1851. 42 I I terms. for the appearance of the dfitot'._-- -* -..b.f-.,- -.
,
:
I' the before who restlejo the United
-- places named iudre State and .
or a of a court of enee month Jar
'. '. we ep iai BKOHII oj me ueparuiieQi, also post r*- R'. .-Hon. Lzwi CASS. U. 8. Senate
t;.. "f'- lbfee; bUok*, mail bags locks and keys, are to be cord. I Notice. B Babbitt's ?Plash in Tin Cans,, JAHC& COOPEK, and JOHN WILSON, Washington D. C:. the period above limited forth .ppearaaee eftbe
t defendants
) : conveved without extra chaige. Postmasters at(he end of rout es on which they think fait Paid, JUL1U E. MEIERE. above named who reside n Zartmc.

;."r : 8, 6a: railroad and steamboat lines, Butish and tlja prr.Sent mode of conveyance inadequate, will weigh SIX months after date I shall present my final ac OF 331-12-7 pounds e \ &88ort d ; 154 BJJ. Address Washington D. C. AT C1Uuu.a. "
,
.J Canada m t ll. when offered are tA, be conveved without the mail each hip for six ucce aive week on weekly and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of case warranted equal to .uy In use at about L 18&X- 65 Gin J. W.A iLlS :,; .

; ;.::' : '. additivnsl pay : also, the route agents of the departmcnt mutf, 811.1 1 three weeks on other route'and report the Madison County as adminitmtix with the will annex- the same price as that in casks, with full direction for r Oct. 21. _u _. March 10. 1855. 4mln_ NOT.. 4, JOTOBACCO.

.4/. ;.1.-, ... f>i whose exclusive ue, while levelling result by the 10th April, 1855. ed, oi Levi! Drew, and auk to be discharged from said use printed on each can being in a rnu -n more portable ; WIn Syrups, &c.OLD .
,
j. ro desirous ,
: : with the mail, a commodious, or apartment the JAMES CAMPBELL, administration.MARGARET condition'for" retailing. Any persou' to SNUFF 'AND .
-::.: : DREW Admidistratix. it will remit dollars in l le '**' to my Otard Brandt Worcestershire Sauce. .
l.a., 't centre of a car, properly lighted. warmed, and fur. Polmater General. try please teD a i. ,
I. : 4. 1 ( '.:brnnry S 1S55. Oetober 14, 1854. 6m friend in this anu' I wz 1 Port Fresh Lobster
., .' i-ished and adapted to the convenient assortment and : :_____, fi-12w ._ 41 risk or through some place, Shad. PETER. LORILLARD
:
{. dw security of the mails to be provided bv the forward one case as above, 143 D I. This article' ba' Madeira
-i.: ';: tractor. under the direction of the department con A. PERRY AMAKERf Painting. been in use fur the last three years, and gives the bes* Sherry Clams, No.42, CKAVTA STBEET. HEW.DB:

...... 4. No pay wi n 1 be made f.r trip not perormedJ A7ThtV "IR. H.: HARRIS offers his services to the -ntizens satisfaction to all who have met with it. Also Super London Porter, H Jubnt. SUCCESSORS, of Pmt 4.Oxoaas wn, _.

; 1"' and for racb of suitb omissions not ,;- AT-U.Wt this place and country .1 Paint M. He is Carbonate Soda Soap Powder, Castile Soap. Scotch Ale. Sardines alTkmda of B8UTT'aadTOBiO'

'z j:tt! :. tWe times the pay of the satisfactorily trip be dev xplained TALLAHASSEE, FLA. prepared to do work in that line of every description Cream Tarter, Candles of all kinds, and the best Sal- Brandy Peaches Tomatoe R
) r.'s ducted.$ Foi:arrivals so tAr behind time may as to break- May 21, 1858. 20 and in such a style as cannot fail to give satisfac eratus in pound papers 60 in a case or ol her packages. BiTtfdy: Cheruee, Walnut": can be obtained by addressm .aborTn e4aV
.
:YJi.. '. eonnexktt: wit depending mails, anJ not HOLLAND"ATTORNEY tion. Applications can be left at Mr. Pratonou* B. T. BABBITT. Guafa Jelly, Spices, liahment is one of tU oldest of tba kad ia tVied,
\ .:.- exaosed one-fomth of the compensation for acfficzentIy1. the D. P. Store or at Zucker's Harness Shop. Nos 68 A 70 Washington Ne. York. Currant do. Pickles 3--. > "
trip
"; ';.1k t. W subject'to(orf itl.'t"e. Deduction will also be ordered AND COUNSELLOR. AT LAW, February 24, 1855. 3m 8 February, J 8ri:. 6 3mBlacksmithing. Preserved Quince Raspberry Syrup" ; Febo1'r. UU._T-4y" _

..:.. h"; :' for a grade of perT'rmance inferior to that specified : Quiccy), Florida, 14" Pear, Lemoa Strawberry For 8&1e.FOUR.mal1Farm.iaW
in the For Ginger
.;, ; kind to1tract. >peated delinquencies of the i WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir Notice. Sparkling Gelatine Ginger
1 herein Conotj,arai
specified enkrged
.. penaltie, proportioned I and Jackson and Franklui C untic montb after date the undersigned executor of ft TTACHED to my Livery Pine a .,
Flavoring Extract, .
to the nature thereof and SIX with:
U. Apple gcod dwsllha-
importance of the J\. Stable is Blacksmith ,
mail October 23 the of : a Shop
,U'.;.)"'t"-\1- may be made 1852. 42 tf estate Miles Potter, deceased, late of in which all kind of work Spanish Olive, Wad out booses on the same. 'Eoqrire at'tJu*cffie
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Washington County, will his final account and appertaining
:w.: 6. For leaving behind, or throwing off tie mail, or WILLIAM SCOTT, vouchers and ask to be discharged present from the same. to that business is done in good style at abort English Mustard.. fcparklmg Capers Cider October 14, 1 854 .' 41
Claret
any portion of them, for the admk ion of notice and reasonable terma a* at other
4.IFt SHARPLESS EVANS on as any
passengers Ex'r.
r: Old Port Juioe,
ATTY Tobacco.
:
or fur being; concerned in setting up or running an ox- r LW* February. 8, 18D5 56rnNotice. shop in the city. Farming implements such a* Turn Havana D. H. .. New Good

tp4 press conveying commercial mtelhgei. ahead of the MONTICELLO, FLA. -- -------- -- --- ----- Ploughs, Scooters Rod, device. Heel Pins, Tap Began, j\Jtt received my PaIl W..

:: mail a quarter's pay may be deducted July- SO, 1858._30_t 1 jan Rings and Iron Wedge, kept ready made and con- November. 11,1855 45 1.1HAVE cf Clothe Cuers Vi.tir $ .. .

t '1 6. Fines wiH be Imposed, unless the dehoquenev be -- months after date, (he undersigned, adminis stantly on band This will afford farmer an oppor- Notice. Vy J*** and : 1 "w 1. w. r.

.l { ;" Gf'promptly and satisfactorily explained by c<1i6 ateJ BAKER & McIVER, SIX- -of the estate of Thompson Ware. deceased tunity to supply themselves without being delayed. of TUNNO, PINCKNE7 4 prepared to make op ir the meat iufefeMbU i etti -
the partnership
:
pormasUrs, or affidavits of IB..
BROKAW.
I' *, for failing to arrive in other .Stable ATTORBEYS AT LAW late Jefferson county, Florida. will present his final THE having been dissolved th. ubscnber will abort node aDd reasonable tenon .
'I f person contract time t January 13, 1855. 2
; neglecting and
TALLAHASSEE accounts vouches to the Hon. Thomas J. Chace,
i' ; ) ; to take the mail from or deliver it AND QUINCY, FLORIDA, continue theFACTORAGE -A.LSCJ-
: into a of Probate for said and
Judge ask be discharged
: County to
: post office; t' nfferingit (owing either the UD- WILL practice in the Middle and Western Circuits WM. H. WARE Adm'r. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS & COMMISSION BUSINESS A LAX0X JU D WELZ,.BXLKCTID tTO X T/
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WJr1t eaiubieoee of the place or manner of carrying it Florida, and in the Couatie of Decatur and v
M1"r. to be injured destroyed robbed, or lost; and for re)- Thomas, OLTIOLLNO November II, 185-1. 6m 4: AT NEWPORT. i on his own account R. Q. PINCKNET. Jr, READY-MADE ,CLOTHING,

t.J fusIng, after demand to convey the mail as frequent BAKKK, A. N. M'lVEIC f PHE undersigned still carries on the above business Office Noara COMHXKCIAX. Wan DikUng of every garment ratable Car wafer wW/

; J ly a* tbe contractor runs, or is concerned in Tallahauft. Notice. JL in all ita branches. Building well calculated fordespatehmg such aa Cloaki Tahnaa, Coats VetaFtaU.: .*X',Vv

Fat I f: a coach ear;or steamboat. on a route. running January 7, 1654. 1 Q.ttncy. rpHE Stockholders in the Tallahassee Railroad are [ wagons. D. LADD. -0--- which will be d poaed of at kwjirieee.Also *

)- !'. The Postmaster General may annul the contract -.--- JL hereby notified that an election will be held at ijiowport. September 2, 186.. 85 REFERENCES.IKOKAOAM a Urge lot of Plain sad Fancy Sairta,OoCan,**

t -f l for repeated figures to run agreeable to contract for NEW YORK.-- --- the office of the Company Tallahassee, 'on Wednesday & WWB, JOHN FKABCX t Co. Undernhirta OraY. 8toeka HocJery, &e, *v <. '
; :
$ the Post Office Jackson Ciicvit Coutt. Pall Ttrm, 1854 ThoM desiring a thoroogh oat4Ii.wfileowdt 6*r;:
p disebeying laws or the instructions oi 27th June next, for seven Directors to GOVEDUT, MATTBixsszjr: & Co.
BREWER manage Jtielea
'J
& CALDWELL Edwin C. Este, ) own interests by fivicg me a caHf a .&.'w.
the for
the *
f department; refusing to discharge a carrier affairs of the Company for one year from that ,
? ii?' when required by the department to do so; for assigning SUCCESSORS_ TO CENTER & CO, date. vs. V Attachment for $87 25-100. Charleston September 9, 185' 14 tf have been selected with:pdat eart cad**&i* '

:.. the contract without tho assent of the Postmaster GENERAL COMMISSION EDWARD HOUSTOUN, President. Robert McKinstry. ) pecial view to their adaptatwo to this ., .J wJOHK .,
t MERCHANTS Defendant and all others interested, will take '- '
*
t General; for raining an express as aforesaid March 17. lbf 5. tde 11 Seutcopy. THE Copartnership Notice. '. I ,
7 for ; Xo.20, OLDSLir.May tice of the institution of the above suit, and appear October 21. 1854. US ,* '
or transporting or
t persons package conveying bare this day entered into a co : _, :
declaration
a-'. loanable matter out of the mail 13, 1864. 19 ly LIME. aud plead to the filed in said eae. THE undersigned

ff t L 8. The Postmaster General order BDLS. in fine order, landing from, brig Acorn C. C. YONGE Atfy for Plaintiff. in theWHOLESALE
may increase
an '
t' ; .f service on '&route by allowmg .herefor a pro rata Glass, Oils, White Lead, .te, 50 and for sale by January O, 1855. 3 8m AND RETAIL DRY GQODSDBf! QQD$.;

4 t'f increase on the contract pay.;; He may change the 1 A A BOXES Window Glass, assorted size, 100 MeN A UO HT ORMOND. MILES NASH & CO. DEL UoElUSZN''WISS., B':'A *:AKER ar. Cemtmg.per*f
v
schedule of arrival* sod departure, without increase 17 Lf Keg White Lead Newport, February 3, 18M. 5 '
# extra & E.
pure, No. I. Dealers in Drugs Medicines &c. UNDER TilE..NAHI: AND STYLE OFBARNARD Remingtoo, a general aMorttftent of '- .i
of provided be does not curtail the 8 barrel Linseed Oil. '
j' pay. .amount of t in Fall and Winter tvlea.. vix: ; __'
; runDIDC urn*, ue mal aJao oraer an inereaM of 6 4' Lard Chi, For Sale or Rent. I WOULD inform their friend and the public that & MAXWELL. I Blade French Doeekin. Iruh.Lbeo. ,. .

3. ipeds allowing, within the restriction of the law 20 Kegs Zinc PAint, 1 "PHE Dwelling Houio and Lot on hand a good assortment of such Fey French Caaumerea m"ebd sad Jk'a: q
.pro rota increase of pay for the additional stock 20 packages now occupied i articles as are generally kept in their line of business : will be pleased to see their
or f y00' Paint (bw and i this.) flLLL -L by A. Bostwick, situated Jefferson THEY Fancy Tweed, IMmiak .
; amen, if TW ewitoactmr barrel on and will be : and patron at the old stand = :;:';r
I' aoy. m-l. bowerer, in tbe 2 *Train Oil, 1 bbL! Copal Varnish the receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Kentucky Jean. A.orMd
d, of increase of Street opposite new Academy. For,Terms, speed, lefinqnisti the contract by Spirit Turpentine in barrel and at retail.November11 Enquire orA. or GEO. H. BESTWICK. terms be reasonable. corner Plaid Liosey. CaroIiD Statpss -ft!: .
t rmoe prompt notice to the department :that be D- H. Tallahassee April CJtlr,185S' 14. of Monroe and Clinton streets where Printed Flannel If.vl- '
pre AMES. February 24, 1855. 8 ,
3m
'a fer d ngo tecarrying the order Into'effect The c U. 45 they WI I keep a fall and general assortment of articles do
,
Postmaster General mar also cnrtaQ or dIscontinue Notice. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, appertaining to their line of boaineea.and solicit Open Blue Denim, ,Caatoo rw '":.y. .
.
: the emee, at pro rota decrease of FRESH tbe paUooage of their friend and the public. 'i11t
allowing GARDEN
pay one For Drflla Bed, .
Sale P. B. Brokaw.
SEEDS. by
'
month after date 'I shall -
E.
Ja
month' extra ofapaniation oa tho amount dispensed SIX present my final ac- BARNARD .
t with wbwew, fa hb epiakc, the"public iotemt do ,OROWTflOr 1854. .aDd voucher to the Judge of Probate uf Jefferson c_ T HE Subscriber baa just received a G. TROU .MAXWELL. Fancy EcgI1eh.Pri Calicoes_ .N B1oi'Be Gin. ,

D not require the earn, or b easeta deaire to wperde RUT Baga Plat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, Ac County, Florida, and make application fur my very large supply of Carriage, -. February !, ((4.) 1854. 5 Printed Velvet' 'W1 to"Uotis 1tIr K t''..-
it different of discharge a* Administratrix of W. and Harness which he offers :
** by a grade transportation, received D. H. AMES George Standley .rzIyBuggies, AMOTted .. .
rt_ 9. Payment will be made for the aerv broolloctioo January 13,1865. late of Jefferson County. deceased. for ale on the most reasonable terms. Adminiatratora, | Notice. Uceiery.Uea. Onalor" b .,
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; from er draft .on, postmasters, or otherwise,' ,JANE STANDLEY, Administratrix November 18, 18M. 48 persona, creditors, legatees, eatitied to datri- K j .bbti., ,. :..... ,.. .rH..N ..
'I after tbe expiratwo of each .. b October H, 1861 6m 41 ALL k-
quarter
a 44 '
"
eay Febroair, COTTON PLANTER'S Notice.: or other wbe'interested in the Estate of ''Dr .eT-. -.. : I
Kay, August, ADd November, William C. Miller, late of Madieon County, Florida, NapkioTQTveJa. ;. :, I1.J
r 10. Tbe dIstances ate given aocording to the'beet areU.8e.. New Boot and, Shoe Store., SIX months after date, the undersigned,adminietra- deceased, are hereby notified to 'exhibit ir ',rfdm Scotch Diaper. '.J, t

'. 2 'information: but no. increased pay will be allowed --0- undersigned take pleaaoreia- informing of the estate of Elisha McDauiul deceased, and demand within two yean from tba date hereof AU offered ftt-the_lowjjsjj jfofcr CMhjit Pj***.

_' 3 abould they be ereater thaa advertised, if the point TALLAHASSEE ll.oaU) PI'THE 1 customer and friends of John Lerch- late of Leon County,will present hi. final account. and **the undersigned, or the tame will be barred ; and ed credit the Stonj;dooc.oorjl ciMwraJ oj'kiaadi

0 be I ppfld be correctly tated. Bidden mat in o public generally,that they have bought voucher.. and ask to be discharged. all persons indebted to the said !deceased'are reque- ato"J \ t j. i .4., '

form tbeeuelrM OB this points __ To CoTioir FLA'TzsJoin1g and other* oftku and tke ad- out his Boot and Shoe Store and are ready to make HINTONJ.'BAUNDEItS' Adm'r. ted to make immediate payment to the >ub Dnber OctJUM; 'A 40.. i _. '

'\ -I 11. The PotBJjBt General Ja prohibited by law Vowttltt in FXo ida and Georgia: : tip the beat kind of work ia their line.. All who wish December, 9, 1846. 46 6m_ *_ residing in Monticello Jefieractt CJopnry t Florida, !! ,. '.. .:.. ,
-i'
from knowingly) makfr'oouract_ for the 'tXTJC the 1enicaed M s -u- 24,185.Js t tmWM. -
transporta'tknoftbinafi aubaeriben, return to any work done will do well to call They 'warrant Jefferaon, February '

r *'.trft any pefaon who.shall have eaUre4 vv oar moat grateul thanks for the :. y Ub.rsj Ton their work to be mad a* well as can be ;done anywhere Hides Walted.AAADcr ..." ..EUDDAdmlnbtrator., gheapQ44i..c

H-a Into or pwpewd to eoUr iafco 11J1 combbatioato &p which baa be a bestowed:upe thOCEb else. They hart on band the bet kind of Salt'Hide*;, also otter.and Deer L. -

prrnot tte making ofacy; ;w fcr a mall aontract I roar k doe%,itncew.baTe;; beeu'.gagv1iae French Calf-skin aad Xngtuh Sole Leather, and offer tJjJ. Skin. ,for which the ;highest market Esectitor'a cNotlce. ., ;. ai' ; .

byaoyioOMrpefMoor/tenode. ,or.who .hall have Oottoo Stong Wd UiV. &Dd Salltog JQiDe.1D IJbi. their work. at cheap a*possible for,cub. I- price will be paid by' D. C.'W1L30N.-, Jnonth.-after data lbs tm4aiIed,0t0r 0 "j.\ .,
V
made asa$reeroeot or siaJl have pea cr parform: etty, aDd w...aSae .cmr *ervW_the eoBoinaaea. ,11.4 pj RUPP. October, t854 1' SIX.I lsatWifl aDdTe mentofArdMwae dpoi lI tst'" 'l. :: .:'. h"r1It

od.orpromjMdtogireor pcr&mvatryaoeaidenttioawhatever Ion at oar old dII&1ad I Ua& our dty,iD eper5eaD0s January 6, lU 1 1_ 'if. ---, .. of GadMiea! Oaunty;d.esaN'd' bbit bw aeeomt t oooaiat' .. 1IftJ'tl II"' )'
,rl doe- ***..#, J o .aliDeiir ha. been Min Drj .Goods*,i.h ,ill. f aDdYouebcn bd'on1M" .Idc1ptv tics; "J'. e1i'Taney uoqcsAprll .ft
in order t.MaM ivy &er pwwo rpr oetot to aiiobarged ato ovr-row pstrog. and iD4aeace Nails1I,I : : sad 11 M i13.td.ma*and $ ? e ape..1IZU C .. = _-..{l
i&il 9&trwtParUoBkr Osnaburga, Sheeting*, Bbirtiog*,ic. Ii Brtate* i.i-. ..
bid 1o atUntion i the (fctar Very, .' BLANKETS t1M adtuioleitatJ f -
ealUdtolb Rewectfolly
'
hand and frvP 'ttUo"'ip4'
for .
KEGS on sale low br from Samaon and for aale by- ; e.1 "
*J8 i4 ftbttof ti act onUA.probibitiD 1UU .--9._ '- L2 DAKJEL BUIB, Lzeeutor.Qetobct.2lvlSS4. "-" "
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