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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00443
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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:. -BT'ATJTHOHITY.OF thousand five hundred dollars tising: and'miscellaneous items,two thousand eral Post Office' Building, and'for' repairing'" ; For compensation mileage of the members ., For aSidifWat salaries 'oTthr tmtfrer of ;:1 j

,For: compensation oLt thfee ,laborers, one. five hundred dollars. the mantels and fireplaces! therein, two thousand of the legiUnUve aswtnbly'-officers clerk; the'mtnt fbill felpUJ.-tr. .
LAWS TfllTSlTED, STATES. thousand ,seven huudred :and twenty eight Office of the Chief Engiqeer|' 'dojiars, I .. and'contingetit. expenses'' .of !the assembly ., lArS'au oUlie' ; re oftLo": bfaa&.okV \\
dollars., For blank'books' binding,and stationery, :.For. :.paper and printing:far the execuUzeil twenty,thousand'dollars.Territory at Newan4g44,44QlarI
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[GOlJD:] For the. preservation 'of the Collection of four hundred dollars. jpartments incJudiug! the statement of Npb.raska. thousand.flte nuudcad ooflftfs ,, rwaling" .
Department' of the Interior.-: For exp1 ring expedition. For rmscelladeousitems including two dally of commerce and navigation, the ''Biennial For,salaries of governor, three judges and 'olabqr] bh.ak bU ;UndffZC. :
tatidn'-of f the.Secretary of' the;Interior cpmpen-, and For ceaipens&iion of k epers, watchmen Washington i papers, flu hundred dollars. i Register, and annual estimates of appropriations secretary, ; ten thou and' fi" hundred dol a1i TpirTtgijtirs, trsmOatloBg fo/rtfu
tfceclerks and assistance and !laborers, two thousand. nine hundred and Office of the tiurgeen General i i one hundred and forty six thousand five lars.. languages; tdWrtUfoff;T sad extra clerk Ur. ,
I ; messengers thousand and messenger eighty dollars. For'blank books, binding, and stationery. hundred dollars : Provided, All!! blank books, For contingent expenses of said Territorythree forprepiriag; mad eoHee Mqtstttloa to U :
Jus1-office: thirty eigh- For contingent expenses, two hundred' dollars two hundred dollars. binding, and ruling the same for the several thousand one hundred aqd twenty five laid bejore .Congress ,nU] 4.rkio: bo.
ty \! For miscellaneous item, two hundred dole executive departments herein appropriated for dollars; and the accounting officers pf thif employed only daring tb4u4oi Cq'&gres .
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For tbo General compensation Land, Office and Comnjmissipnerof the recorder -Surveyors General and their Clerks.-For lars. shall be furnished under the direction and treasury shall audit and pay out-of the hid or wljen, Indispensably' iiepesiarjr t5 ensUe ,
compensation of the general porth Office of tne Colonel of Ordnance: supervision! of the Sqperintendent of Public sum the amount expended by aptiqg 'Governor tha department to'apaW'tr i call toad bet
clerks assistant surrey .
: draughtsman. ,aud messengers laborers, in his of- west of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, For blank books binding, and stationery, Printing, Cumrajng iu removing jie rern/uni .of the. either bouse( Congress >, sesiioa(o br
messengers, packers; thousand three hundred dollars. six hundred dollars. Mint of the Uqited States.- (Jate Governor Hurt from Nebraska, to his answered another ;jadao: such .zt *clerk, ,
Ccs, one hundred and sixty eight thousand eight For compensation of the surveyor general For miscellaneous items, {five hundred dol! At Philadelphia. late. residence in South Carolina. shall receive more than thu. doflarj,thirty '

tins huudred.and eighty six dollars. Illinois and 1\-1isoari'and: the clerks in his lars.Office For salaries of the director, treasurer, a*- Fqr expeqies.of.taking'the census,. author. three and ooo.:thirdrenUp r Hftj'for thIS
'For compensation the of clerks the .Commissioner and ofIndi&nJlffsirs office, five thousand eight hundred and twen-: Of the Colouel of Topograbical En. sayer, mejter' and refiner, chief'coiner and ized by fourth section! .of act Mat thirtieth, actually aqtj .necessarily .eai oTtd *hdform&cellano.bc8 : .
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messenger ty dollar I gineers : < ngraver, assistant assayer, assistant melter oqe thousand eight hundVedj aud fifty four, iforo"! thirteen*: tooCWOj* uo -
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assistant i messenger, in his ,t went/jiine For blank books and and refiner, and thousand dollars.. lors. ,
hundred *nd forty dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general; binding, stationery, seven clerks! twenty seven two
thousand For compensation eight of the Commissioner of of Louisiana,. and the clerks in his office seven hundred dollars. thousand nine hundred dollars. FQr furniture, blank books, binding, stationery For salaries of sx* additional ckrkiiritJio
Pensions, aud the clerks messenger, and assistant !! four thousand five hundred dollars, .. For miscellaneous items, five hnndred dol! For wages of workmen and adjusters, fifty pvblic doournents. Stato and 'Ierrito- bed by the acts.of August sixth one thousand
in his office one hundredand For compensation of the surveyor general lars. thousand dollars. rial statutes and, miscellaneous items, one eight bundled and forty six Asps' twelfth; .
seven messenger thousand eight hundred and forty of Florida, and the clerks in his office, five For'the General Pursoses of the Northwesl For specimens of ores aud coins, to be thousand eight hundred dollars. one thousand eight t; hundred and ftir NIght
dollars. thousand five hundred dollars. Executive Building. For compensation of reserved at the mint, three hundred dol For compensation and mihage of the memo March third one thoasxnd eight bulidred\ an-1

For therrpairs of the Potomao, yard tOot compensation of the surveyor general four watchmen or the northwest executive i !lars.For bers of the legislative assembly officers clerks fifty'qne and August thirfj first one thwaanicgLt
and bridges, and to refund to navy the Commisssioner of Wisconsin >and Iowa, and the clerks in building, two thousand four hundred dollars transportation ef bullion from New and .contingent expenses of the, assembly, ) hundred, and ftj'dh.nd; Au tut fourth
upper of Public Buildjn three thousand'i his office eight thousand three hundred dol! York assay office to the United States mint, twenty thousand dollars.! one thousand eight hundred fifty four, six
dollars advanced him by js the corporation For compensation of two laborers of the for coinage, ten thousaad dollars: Provided, Territory of Kansas. t4qound five boirdred dollar; t
Washington! n, in eighteen hundred and fifty lars.For compensation of the surveyor generalof northwest executive building, eight hundredand I That, all bullion required by law to be transmitted For salaries pf governor, three judges, For saary{ additional! clerk in ofSee of assistant ,
three, audexpended on the Potomac bridge, Arkansas, and the clerks in his office, six'y' four dollars. I from said office to the mint for coin- and secretary, ten thousand five hundred dol! treasurers Pos op,'cnie thooiaitd two
ten thousand dollars eight thousand three hundred dollars. For fuel and light, two thousand four !hundred ; age, shall, if practicable, be in the form of lars. hundred dollars! .
Coqtiogeat Expenses Department the For compensation of the surveyor generalof dollars. refined bare, For contingent expenses of said Territory, For salary of a clerk to the treasury of the
Oregon, and the clerks in his office, seven miscellaneous items, one thousand oIl For incidental a'14} contingent expenses, including one thousand five hundred dollar branch mint at San Francisco, California twu
Interior.Office Secretary of the Interior: thousand five hundred dollars. : hundred dollars. fuel, materials, stationery, water rent, For compensation and mileage of tko members thousand fire hundred doll.,
For books, stationery, furniture and other For compensation of the'surveyor general For the General Purposes of the Building gas, wastage, freight ou bullion, in additionto of the legislative assembly officers clerks For salaries of,the.clerki,'avtuen ei.( tad
contingencies, three thousand seven hundred of California, and the clerks iu his office, corner of f1 and Seventeenth Streets. For other available funds,sixty thousand dollars !- and contingent expensed ofthe assembly, watchman the officeof jh."'asalitanl 'tress.ret .
., dollars.! and thirty nine thousand five hundred dol compensation of superintendent four watchmen I twenty thousand dollars. at New York thirteen thowuad. ne hun
For library, books, And maps, one thousand and two laborers, for said building, three At New Orleans. !i For expenses of taking tho census, authorized dred doJiars.For.contingent.' t
lars.For compensation of the surveyor general thousand eight hundred and two dollars. For salaries of superintendent, treasurer'i i by fcnrh: section of act May thirtieth expensci'under ti 'a t for
dollars.Genera! Land Office : 'Washington Territory, and the clerks in For' repairs bud improvements, ten thou. assayer, coiner, melter and refiner, quo thousand eight hundred and filty four, the safekeeper.coDec 91tr' erand, dlihone. .
For cub systern'and military patents, und his office, seven thousand five hundred dol- sand two hundred and fifty three dollars and clerks, seventeen thousand seven hundred two thousand dollars. moot of the public reyenoe of AngssV-sixta ,
.r law prior to, twenty eighth September, ars. foity cents. dollars. For the expenses of the election of a delegate one thousand eight huudredj a d'forty six six ,
eighteen hundred and fifty; patents and other compensation of the surveyor generalof For f eland compensation of firemen,.one F'orwages, workmen, thirty seven thou to tho House of Reprrseutative. of the tpen thousand' flv,tl14re4| doJJars r tdtd'
records, tract books, and blauk books, for New Mexico, and the clerks iu his office, thousand nine) hundred aim forty two dollars sand dollars, United States, second session of the tiirty That no part qf aafd .qr f o/3iton.] [ d1 UJ&nt
this, and.the district land offices ; binding seven.thousand dollars. and fifty cents. For incidental and contingent expenses, third Congerss seven hundred dollars.Judicary. five hundred dpQars. '
For compensation of the For ono thousandfour including fuel, materials .-rFor salaries or the chief justiceof For to sjMc&l ,
plats and field notes; stationery, furniture and surveyor generalof contingent expenses stationery, wastage compensation agtal i ta repairs of same, aud miscellaneous Items including Kansas and Nebraska, and the clerks in hundred dollars. in addition to other available funds, forty two the Supreme Court 'and eight associate amine the booki accounts 'and tnonsjr 'oa I
.two of the daily City newspapers, to his office, eight thousand three hundred dol- Navy Department,-For compensation of thousand three hundred dollars.At l judges, fifty four thousand ,five hundred dollars ).' haqd, pf the several deposfroVfo*tfh'der tii'lct
be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of ars. the Secretary of the Navy and the clerks, messenger Charlotte, North Carolina.For ; aud from and after the passage of this. of August sixth, one thoosand eight" luadred
the office, thirty three thousand five hundred For compensation of clerks in the officesof assistant messenger, and laborer in salaries superintendent, coiner as. act, the annual salaries of the! several justices dollars shall b3 expended. for .eWTcaJ :
and.twenty five dollars. the surveyors general!, to be apportioned to his office, twenty nine thousand two hunDred sayer, and clerk, six thousand dollars. of the Supreme Court of the United States, vices. 4
For contingent expenses in addition, under them according to the exigences of the public and ninety six dollars. For wages workmen, four thousand one shall be as (follows to wit:-r : compensation special ajfehti.to'vt' t\
swampland act of twenty eight September, service, and to be employed in transcribing For compensation of tho chief of tho Ord- hundred dollars. Of the chief justice of the Supreme Court, ammo the bookjc nta.aDd money oo hand '\
eighteen'hundred and fifty ; military bountyacts field[ notes of surveys for the purpose of preserving nanco and Hydrography, and tho clerks, messenger for incidental and contingent expenses, six thousand five hundred dollars.Of of the several despositories nndar th*act of-
of twenty eighth .September, eighteen them at the seat of government, sixty and laborer, in his office, twelve thou Including fuel, materials, stationery, wastage, the associate justices of the Supreme August sixth one thousand eight hundfsd sad ;
hundred and fifty, and twenty second of one thoussnd dollars. sand three hundred and sixteen dollars. I I in addition to other available funds,one thou Court, six thousand dollars each. forty six five hundred dollars. .
March, eighteen hundred and fifty two, and For salary of the recorder of land titles: in For compensation of the chief of the Bureau sand five huudred dollars, Fcr stationery. for members, twelve thou- For the dischare of such .miseella&eouliclaims
act thirty first August, eighteen hundred and Missouri five hundred dollars. I of Navy Yards and Docks, and the civil At Dahlonega, Georgia.For sand dollars. not otherwise-provided fqr as ioiQI',be
fifty two; for the satisfaction'of Virginia land For Compensation of the Commissioner of; engineer, clerks, messenger, and laborers, in salaries of superintendent, coiner, assayer For twenty one messengers, including superinteodont admitted in due cone of settlement, attha :
warrants, twenty six thousand one hundred Public Buildings, and the clerk in his office, I his office, seventeen thousand and ninety two and clerk, six thousand dollars. of folding: and document ropms, treasury, five thousan4 dollars! j Providtd, i
dollars. three thousand two hundred dollars. dollars. For wages of worknjeu, three jhousand twenty eight thousand four hundred and thirteen That no' paif of the s propriatiJnshaH by
For tract and other DOO&S for new land oi- I'Or CUiUpeilMUtUU urLtu duoojJnton/Jont of i compensation oftl,o chief( the Bur n sin hundred dollars. dollars and twenty cents. drawn from the treasury exo t l ia pursuant '.
flees created'during the first. session of the : tho Public Printing, aud the clerks and messenger of Construction, Equipment, and ltepairsaud For incidental and contingent expenses, For horses and carriages, four thousandfive of some law or resolution of Congress autfco j!
J thirty third Congress, including blanks for i in his office, eleven thousand five hun of the engineer in chief, and the clerks, messenger including fuel, materials, stationery, wastage, hundred dollars. izing the xpendttfrw.- I'(
the same same, six thousand dollars. dred'and.seventeen dollars. And the superintendent ond laborers, in his office, twenty i in addition to other available fufidstwo; thousand For Capitol police, five thousand four hun For salaries of nme' supervising aDd fly i ilodal
Toewable the register and receiver of the and the cleaks and messenger in thousand ; seven hundred and niuctytwodollar's. five hundred dollars.At dred and ninety dollars. inspectorrappoioteii under "the set of *
I' land_ .office at Indianapolis, Indiana to rent his office, and the libiariau, and assistants San Francisco, California. For miscellaneous items, thiry thousand August thirtieth one thousand eight hundred 11
fcuitaLltf zooms for the preservation of ihe records I and messenger in the Library of Congress, For compensation of the clerks, messenger, For salaries of superintendent, treasorer, dollars. and fifty tVo,for the better perfection. of tho .
and papers of the several land offices shall be entitled to,' and shall receive the and laborer in the Bureau of Provisions and assayer, melter and refiner, coiner, and five For messenger in charge of haU, one thou ., lives of passengers bj steamboata with trate/'
: b said State, which have been discontinued denefits of the joint resolution, approved July Clothing, eight thousand eight hundred and clorks. and twenty eight' thousand dol! sand seven hundred and forty dollars. ling and other: expenses 'Incurred by th&fy
and .lie books and papers 'thereof transferredto twentieth, eighteen hundred and fifty four, bixteeu dollars. lars. For two messengers in Clerk's office,three! eighty thousand dollars.
the Mid land offices at said city of IndianaciiS fixing the compensation of thelegUlative employees Fur compensation of the chief of the Bnreau For wages of workmen and ;Adjusters, one thousand six hundred dollars. Survey of the Coast-For surve V of out .
{*:; ,.the,*um of.five.hundred dollars. of the government in the same man- Medicine and Surgery, and the clerks, hundred thousand dollars. For saddle horses, six hundred and fifty of the United.Stales (including composition
For amount required enable the Secretwyof ner and to tho same extent as officers of the messenger, and laborer in his office, uine For ordinary expenses, including wastage, dollars. to superintendent and assistaaU and eufudiog '
the Interior to execute the provisions same grade and in the legislative department thousand and sixteen dollars. in additiou to other available means, twenty For laborers, two thousand five hundred pay and emolumwita officers, of die army I t
rf o 4t act to graduate and reduce the price Contingent Expenses of the Navy Department thousand dollars dollars. and navy, andp.ttyoffie and men of the .j
of the public lauds to actual settlers and colit'z'.tte For contingent expenses of his office, ,- Assay Office New York. For pages, five thousand nine hundred and navy employed on the work,) two hundred
: ," ,approved: ,iourth of August, one viz : Office Secretary of the Navy : For.salaries officors and clerks, fourteen thirty six dollars. and fifty thbbsaud dollars" ',,' : .
tlic aiud eight hundred and fifty-four, thirty For blank books, stationery, postage, advertising For blank books, binding, stationery, labor thousand four hundred dollars : Provided, And hereafter the messengers attending For continuing'theiulvejr nftE utern. 'Ii:
:'toc t aud(. dollars: Provided however, That for proposals for paper.aad miscellaneous newspapers, periodicals, and miscellaneousitems That the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized the Supreme Court, be allowed the sum three. coast of the United States, one htmdridaoi$ :;
:.. .:n ta'eps where buds have.been. or shall items, oue thousand dollars two thousand eight hundred and forty to fix the salaries of such officers dollars per day each during their attendance, thirty thQa8.SQ] dollars.l .. '' :
htffe:ffer'b(& 6ld tjudier the act'bf' fon'fth Aueighioeh 'For rent of wareroom. two hundred and .dollars. and clerks, so as not to exceed those allowefi commencing with the present term of the For continuing ,the survey' of thct rtforrda,
trJ"t,! :hundred' 'andt fifty four, "to: fifty dollars. : Bureau of Ordnance.and Hydrography ; by law to like officers and clerks in the mint court, and that the marshal of the District of r.eefsaud keys (excluding.l pay and enibluratnia -
gr3.a.ta and reduce the price of the public For cartage and labor in storing and transportation For blank books and stationery, five hun or its branches.For Columbia pay the same out of any moneys of officers of the army; and navy snd '
J Iaizda to.actual seller aad cultivatore/ a of paper ,five hundred and fifty dred dollars. wages of workmen, j jn addiUon to an the United States in his hands. petty officers,and men of tho navy, employed
:gherao, than. autboriwd by. that :act, the dollars., For miscellaneous items, two hundred and availabJe balance of former appropriationsforty For the salary of the circuit judges for California on the work,) forty thousand dollars, -

Ssretary. .of..the. interior. .. ," .shall' ," beand, ,.is. beret War Department.-For compensation of fifty doll r. I thousand dollajs.! four thousand sad five hundred- dol! For-TJuLL'ahrnw- --. 'orisfirvfr----, .--.> n f .r.1'i'. ,
y :,.iLL.'tnoTized! to 'direct the receivers- 'of pubJwcon the .Secretary of Warand, tbe 'clerks! messenger Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and For incidental and contingent expenses, lars.For the progress of.the survey of Ue"tMf coast ItL, j .
y forJtfce'prcrper'land 'district, to r assistant messenger, and laboter in Repairs: repairs, includiag fuel, and materials,aud was, salaries of the district judges, inclusive Utired States, lifteentbdasand'dollars. ," If! .
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Jcriyed.cm-thirMles, ol public lands e. and and forty eight dollars. miscellaneous items, eight hundred dol and available means, seventy thousand dol! June next, one hundred and.eleven thousand ing five .Hundred and.,ten.ighthjOuaerai; ., '
tie periods djirjlnciple. graduatioo,. fixed 'For compensation 01 the clerks and mes lars. lars. six hundred and cixty'eight,dollars. beacon lights, with oil,81au| birnr 07s, wicks
iy thelnstrucUoasof.the General Laud 0(; senger in the office of the Adju ant General,I Bureau of Yards and Docks: Government in tho Tern tories.- For salaries of the chief judges of the District chamoia .skins, ponihipjf pjpwder- ,VrluUbff, I
fee 6fihlrtietliOctoi\ ) ; eighteen'hundred'arid thuteen thousand four,huhdreu dollars. For stationery, books, plans, drawing, and Territory of Oregon.For Colombia the assistant judges, and the and ckamng .matenaja, 'tJ nsportaUonVmnd;: '1 .
fifry four thUt ooj i'and theftiiieiaby eonfiroeUi For compensation of the clerks and mea- incidental labor, eight hundred dollars. salaries of Goveruor, three judges,and judges of the criminal court, and the orphans dtl&r .necessary expenses'.of i (ti, .Mine'n, :
T. 1 ,. : sender of the Light house Board. eight thou Bureau of Provisions and Clothing: i I secretary, twelve thousand five hundred .doliara court eleven thousand: and seven hundred. &lJars. pairing and keeping the !IrghUnj >a'tu s
,.: 9!e 9f Indian.Affairs:. and nlftp. hundred )And seventy' ejght dolUrs. }. Fin blank books, binding, stationery, and I two hundred,and eighty ,seyeb. thouMad.lWoinxlrfed app .
'r r.ejf t td ;. 'Seventh Street, for nv9C Jlaueou3 'items. seven hundred dol! For contingent expenses of saicj Territory, For salaries of the Attorney General and and forty'- dol1ara.arid'AftV ceiiis. ,
cS e, )tlCi\iui" b 4 and two* hundred dol- For ,compensation of ihe clerks and messenger l lars. one thousand five hundred dollars. the clerks and messenger in Jiis office, eighteen For repairs.and, -r fneWeni iftx'penses,.,refitting .
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lire.5 t' f;.1; '- : "'.'' in the office of the Paymaster General :Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, compensation and"mileage of the members I thousand and forty dollars. and imprpremeatspfilJit&epgh: { houset,

I compensation: of.four watchmen for twelve thousand four hundred and forty :For blank books and stationery, three hundred ,of tho legislative assembly, officers, For contingent expenses ofthe office of I and buildings connl'lCtea iherewtth, one huu-
twp.'jth90Snd/[ four-:hundred; &.; ..' dollars. and fifty dollars clerks, and aontiugent expenses of the assembly the Attorney General, one. thousand dollars. !l- dred and forty tWo"tio! ulaDd 'lo r'hundred e

Ftt coqiniaiox.oflabqzr' .; ,i hundred Fur compensation of the clerks, messenger, For miscellaneous items onp hundred dol! twenty thousand dollars. *u4 hljr fljpe 44s .and. ii Jy jweceuU. I
-and' seventy' sU dollars.FoV ; and rhibofer ,iu, ha office pfthe Commissary lars.Foihe! Ten itorJ of Minnesota.For For purchase oflaw books for.the.office of -' : ,
fireriod fc'ghti/six. huddTed'and." etxt, .o. Gpneral 1.of Subsistence, ,piue thousand:seven General l Purposes of the Southwest salaries of governor, superintendent of the Attorney.General, one thousand. five; .hun For MJariCT offiVituad;L'e.. d II1I7d r '( d oI1- '.! &r : hundred and seventy fix dollars '. Executive' ''Building.-For compensation of Indian affairs, three judges, -and recretary, I dr .dollars. ofljight'hoqse:! and .IW4" ,be4coa
'ar/.bk >ooks," bindlng-;.&. ,., :ji., I For Compensation 'of.the clarks and messenger four watchman1- the southwest executive ten thousand three hundred dollars.. i For eajary' 'of the reporter of the1 decisions ..llbir aat OndbcJ.udbg'cnei4ou.,

I tI oDAl.JD igfJ1 r, 1JJJWD W .' t in'the 'office' of the Chief.Engineer; building, two thousand four hundred. ,dol- For pontfngent pxpficses of aajd Territory, the Supreme Court; oue thousand three i sand two bttnvred1 rfopsrs for salary,bf
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'T 1wfil: j,! MqJDr'CMW1fJr_Jbp&8 .(th..ofli.c.. ; eight thousand:twp,hundred ,dolkr tars! ,' one thousuud debars. hundred,doUars. inteisJig'e(sappliw.op; ; the nporfr twfl* 1!
.0 CO 'laneous r"- Fp I and ..- .r; contingent of said bujlding For compensation of the For hundred and of relume '
tema, OQQ, V> 'Cflmn' nsatipa.of\the clerks me*- "expenses and mileage members one fifty copies hU4dred. and4bteenodur, Jrcd.
: iai ffreanttd'Otttrs' ; ae\eria thtoWo of J9 Swgecm, Ueneral viz.: {it :"-" of trib'legislatlve assembly, officers, and sixteen of Howard's-Reports .of, decision i of dQJ1art ., ... ;: .
:" _'111 (ln 'dJnJ$ tw '< fbouhd five thousand ..dollarsH "to! t : For labor, fuel, lights,; and miscellaneous clerks, and 'contingent ;.expenses, of the assembly the Supreme C urt'o.th "pnit States, ''(ar. For&ala r _es 4J.6m'1 vhie o,1:2"tij
.itI4l" tDbt. t ':'For eb&pVq&tfpa;;of rbe 'clerks, messenger J rtem ;rthree thousand eightiundred and sixrty twenty,thousand do.u rL. nished {the reporter thereof to 'th" State Department vessels' ,;' '" h' "; '" p ct I

.: 4l9r IR4c tflee; eight ,Tidd i IJsborer ia the'"roficeii>f:the- Colon 'five Uojlarv' t'l '1'erritorydfNow; Mexico. fer distribution according io<'.:: and fifty tdw.o111S'1, .:11.m. . .'.. .
,j .. ffllUWfJ.-- L fi;' a .." tfsTopdgraphie tf'six, thousand of'! Post OitUe,,D.partmI4-For corn nensar For salaries of governor, 8 uperinteridenjt of ttoirUws, thirteen handred,dollars. .}or".e.amenJl..' ;. ::.(I'I 9' um.v.I U :. ;and
e upar$,&zi4 PYOfltY. & dfatL .: tiou oO the,Postmaster."' .General, thre'.e Assistant Indian affairs, three judges and secretary For'cqrwpeosation.pf.tbe: : .district attorneys mc"atal.1' t +-r-7W of, fiw uUe%"ht!Teisel< <
Ye.e tia( 1 laud Fpr.compecsajiou.of Ui clerks aqd rn i8flgTh'tljd P stthaster XSene'raL and the1'' clerks l twelve thousand five'hundred dollars. ten,thousand one hundred and fifty dollars ; --ne' huodiehundred : a--- 3. Dd I- ,
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, in_ d 4L&srfl t ',. ,; office7 orUJe'Coionel', r." '' mekienger; assistant messengers; watchmen, For contingent expeu&ea of t>aid Territory, I and'tho' district t : attorneys, ) 6f territory t of U- 1 *-ld!' flt- cn .ljkd '. egt
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',') g41k'avg 11 Lhgusso4 dollarLi .n"'jt.1l',"a'-.' r hoi4'd. ousu'u"c" I I and laborers of aid department,: one hundred one thousand dollsra : ;' tah'shall receive'the. same'few' (as 'is.now'&J? three ,.ceDt.i"' ...A... ;
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!5H9 P' #. !p On % EI n.ei f the:Wr Depart aud fifty thoussnd five hundred and fifty ;j.For cofljpensa and rnileagQ.pfthe men> loved by t* th*district attorney'of the Tom..' For J"penaez 0" 1'-ui.r' *l. ;ecanrng id'lt,! .l11s**

!' = I; in ft %! 1 ; .su: II1ent'r. -'bit&}'-. ?), 1,1''Olfi two doJJar.a. *v V ', !, brrs/Mil of, ,the.'1 legislative<,., assembly.officers- clerks, turf .(".! c .a ., ."> c'rt.j b&IL1 li 'lji3ir nu.ipg wi: !j
4. 4iW -'li' : of d., te .1.of'Y&r:'" J dT vQobtinget expenses -of ;.saIL, .depart- and contmgen} expanses of.theassembly, .nFor.the warahaliNew 'ffle lOut..ra." di.am tlo' uoiQdilokics d.p *. f4I '
.I" wm ijfjo ff.e lh6i1htid :' 'orl'.y. bo..Jt4 e.e'J''Lt4.1I. O! Quo v-' ".4. /.. ". F,1Lue& ;:: .v ,. '. tiV lit1_d''dbl.' j. ,. II'i i Y r\ --r.pa naaceiinandffnrniturei6u'pplier.fo'r | .r"rIW.-4.ft .MIdnmW- -
ITs' ._#.tf1t.1_ .su Ji 10 i'lO'( woZ1JI1 CJlM.It4.JQ.aJ.t .- ,.GdJiUy,:1I-. :: .".Torblaqk books.. binding; ; and. .fiafeoaerjr: ":lll'" :rial i TiCorv'1JtUta" ,i v ,* ,--r/- l the.court'"rooms.. linil officeTbf nnmbearuUTJ.. tba JAIO5aLkLt..tl6 .::'
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dQl1rii'nLo7Uis''J u'n J ,'HH ThdJn J tf dJto t.of6c.e'; J .ind'ca. : r grf" IU-Jrf 8e r1" \', .neV arid'marshal of thevsQqUwrnxytrictnVT )!! i f ,4YkM!! ;
1m'11f'iiiMdMkEL ,! .;kof4oh 1UJ'. 4. .;.9 !, 9'LJha. dteatl togJ bor?: aiJ watcbu3nan4; JOt twc1T9ys4u24.4o.14rz..1" ; -r".fJI<: fr;."" .fI -,rtdDMe""JJ A t LFot": I cW1 1 ;t

,& ,t c. "rJ JkaJJ.r"'hnU t.bn4! p", ', io'I. J Jil ,ouJiaS ,. ;; yewg461ii I I J oH'p1i8e ezpe, i.' 't ia 4'li'fh'J'. r, !if "' 1! !! i1JiDgjbx JJPta;._ $ "$ J
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.Airf dtt'.' l 'tli'otiind'd llIri J' T tJ .J 3 :. j' 'rtJI fir seven tuspd ) 4
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v.. ______a!._ . : q) 3s.vr bat .O nt U. it' bdi1oJJl.It l c..J.aww. js1 pet
i& f ifcaawww I VQLkItdjiJ qQ_ ttra Eld &arcjw fr e 1i in ; ;bwtAf', J.iYit.;"" JU.Ws, 1J i ;hallo 1lQtltt &ti>4 uJ"Jo'ROIl.XIJ,. i.J "j 1'-1.
rBa pJ 1 8ffl9BJ3ii{ b8 I& :tkJ .. IJ.t.tAW11'$ be a ruled Viide tf dI6Uo4 1'P and, jcootjngent expenses of the asenbfy4 Wre yifthIoi,, mod thexepedditartI. !6a tL: fi tJi .(T t
: .u (19J den\ the. 1J r' oonijn to the.' '' approved by hj. f'I b'tM J '
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M. iii1 ;o1B ,- ij djkVmdW lt.W,libi.1E.f.r. P.uilo'Q hi.W.. fh01fae, For QlDpeOfJ'. q _aahhals, 'eigLt .flftfoa.jJ&. 4s.priatiuns .
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:= OD, Wub-I ? 9p9:, ( fl"'l'tlil'pl f a:04l9. on GI '- ;' -iJ.I : ) thiitl JI 'i..a
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Ji'AA 'W'T4Iv._ "br.M.6 f1'inttire'gluiflg4 p iR t .j ftnr;' o.J. fiV. 1" fant '/ M 9 'I< \ fKiS: ; ,
dred sod % .10' f"t.u' lot. n'P 19ds7Ej lrtt dl1 .J Lf' h ffR : lP'7; :t, 1 I, '
llnt'Tts ,,Ji '! Mlr .l b" fS1t.iiiIi&t 4'roli 11h.fitei t !; i hd i d UiU'f l : a / For th.- oi4a..
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Il ot Office of the Commiseary General: ; one udpd4or r1 ro"I J J2ft : .fTO.JlS"r..OIft1lV'mt.
Igbtt irxl IflcidtntsJ ,xpenet, For blank books binding stsiiooerr,ddver- For tho renowsj of the furnaoes in the Gen- u four thouaaud doljar, jwchl. J.-q '. 1C ,<:..r" .... _4'.."P._


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4 jlnnbitt : !. fthc "w.N&rtHe !nbo We cOPI'th .nntnerous. EdHori4/'articles.OT' he Sentkiwie ibject J *, h.I in %lr Struggle with the .lntplerant1Cq W one Imndred.,:'. "," -' # .;,Jruc

fi-r - -.- .' tionu'reported-tf?..," in.th T?>; ', PbUade1pbiaBi1thij ul- of wlncb(may be.r?
TALLAHASSEE. : -.I I ,. : ""!; .. f'.. ;; .'-. J In i dur muojafT,.,'ISfeh Hist, : l& dgauant : 8', 44J",d. i-1 t .

;, % noM ;.oe > propound the fcJlovringrenquirieftiJ 1 \?' rne1lon '-. Preston, a1 enKiM 1.J I' -''::- -

Saturday, June 23, IU5. .: \ .1iAo'wtf.' Xr-r \1 .-''4 How man1ds Lt"H KAa vQV..1i.i" trno: '' { ; n. '>t.t .4iIz.v Scuelilas. ..
1 St ul"fat Dd tgat c* Jrom teetst J eribi i 18 tCoT/om "* f4 '
: absent t What amouirtTper aiem"waSA New York Tri baaa
candidate de.pat
't A*pTEaTBiso. Cellar per eqqare of 12.lines orU the Free Slat l. ted from Governor Brown'ssalary: dunpg 1 while dediIgfbe a for reelit'en from Cleraland. CH lo, whI4 gfyeouut

ar"tirat.ia. GlUED HOTEL Thursday, Jan. 14. absence! In case tho heir apparent ,] :pn on takes_ occasion in acazdtovowLac P an ae.
uanco. citizens from various States of ident of the MteJ.declbe .* accent i 1 lie the dark.lantern proserfptioDU.; of th..crI'pI'-ttOD. .KDows&hInI .
raJw: m. ..1D..bepaidt 1'.A meeting p ( will position "
1 .- 'tJnion ,the American part y, be deducted fromGO'V.1Jroom < lpll JIlty'th
I tte ;pTesen4uig amount to and that as between them and the W
In-all eases jn advajKft.& : says 'roi"
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: : : was called by.general.e nient hereupon salary, what then ? Will the amount per. m1 tl N' Wi '<
1 ho don't hesitate moment.. je ia ..
. !'i PhlUdelphta'CouYfBdonPlatforms Hon.. W. F.oster, of Mass., presented the! to the State anjl l go into the Trearury } ngar. mocracy, a If cpo seer,ot1io. 1 'virlona. .lka-h..6.1_
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which after being read, was dftlithings algO with The Democrats. Again-the Bardstox 'V- "
following don't the Floridianiintorm peqple Ci
paper r44n itotby
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\ we weat4o'preM follows viz : : .
' > : ., would. like to-know. cheering paragraphs: .

;. nothing more'had.been .heard from the PhilcfrrpWvKnpw I o..>conK. .
I. .' Nothing} ; Convention! than that Th-uD.rsiiroed'UieM of the various States t much inteiet .in this momentous'question i and i ii was the gallant' and ,efficient whig'elector lor winter.. .This i new organization' I ,wBl em**t

.. it\Was cngaged-in. attempted erect a om. June gambled, a 855 at, feel Philadelphia constrained! ,ou,tinder, this the fourteenth.emitting.dsyof.tate you suppose, but I recognize their .rightknow i old the: ilnt"Cotfgresslonal1 district,the lMtPrei) p weribl-QJT ott.4n-Ihe'nnb n'iJij0

.! ir PJatfonji,with(a'n or prospect'of Buccci. of affairs.to atfinn the'following pKnciples: ."how their money is, expended, and"perbaj inl'eeta dential canvass, is making. 'anti-know-nOthit the most important Statei."
-Ftrtt.! The Dnconditiouil restoration of that thne ) ;fbetter qualified to answer some ral as speeches Iri' th'atdistrict 'S611' the' elocrtei t. The Savaanai Courier thin 4 itthatibe
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the Comnnttee on Resolutions. .,However. ,tnaia'ft de'. ohiltion ( .. ; Ie
MU'Oun
honored compromise known as the p your questions than the Floridian can be far- and gifted young orator, IF! :Qtrigley, KM ., t
: .cobttance of which 'tdind.iD which destroyed in utter 'disregard of the I [ qt o- ( ,i,,.
I part.tho was
I beg therefore that you will..dllow me to has who was county elector of McCraeken, di -
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, 4a the Kew York Exprfts, & Knew.Nbthjog.prW .: and popular: no plea will for; wrong id coutlriuPthce"eRn'no lapse of time'justify can; and pail1ute'thnt form the people .through your columns .' ring the same'eanv&sC 'They are both'goc by.the seceding delegate*iron p J\J\ .

, .4.f ,,\ e'q\lat tne/r* ort/wtth' the editor! we will are all 'const iHiti*>n.lineans,.to auuutain the was absent from .the State, thirty-six ( agi and true whigs, but have announced their'di. prophesies.-that b henceforth .. .

;b 4 ifr3 comments r. *s": of% ii1oc"E,4u,1frorn' ..\--ich'it w I1r positive gtMniut of this compact until e object f rl I' about thirty of which was devoted p of ui termination support' the democrats this sun .. ganization of the, North will .be that ..of 6,'
which i it was enacted. has been-ooueummated by tl ,either entitled! to and the illiberal and fanatic
to her service., I am of mer, against ; Know Something based '
be oecn,that sagacious Broods looks ope admission of Kansas and Nebraska as free States. < .rathe .qpoD oppcsttien
r the r othold'in i iglodous
salary .or am .not I shall investigate which is striving to gets
party
in Territori undi
& That the cf settlers t to alarery t&aq to
rights
,' tb4 speedy, ctusolntion of, thq now party ar !. .fortigaers. :.1
of the
the That h
of old
to the free and undisturbed xerc e or the.El ce11! ject as soon as I dispose press Kentucky. proPer

its...return ,its original.. abolition. elements, ;lI Franchise guaranteed to ihem ,by the laws ,und' ness which has accumulated during my and consistent position for 1.'Y'liigh'louled The .Convention is Bqdentoodjo ifcjjj

I certain> ;.* We" q ,ote1.. -. .. i'.J.. which they are organized should whenever be prnmpty violated! prote porary absence. If such investigation he : old \wh g'of the Henry Clajr'scnool.. doptcd the.following1 platf na; ". \
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: -ilt..m.l -..peafetl.hrl: (ho two'u Sameps,, threatened ted bJ be National and that we cannot consmtmtly! act with l that justice, law or precedent require-that The Avell-known Thom 'F. Marshall, pet. 1. iDetermined. and daadii oposi''

'f jIh$ ariil Sbtfffi. hkvc split the cenventic. those wh will 'not aid ns in th; rrection of tlioinatJonal.WTongB tion of my salary to escheat to the State I i in haps:the rfBost eloquent stump speaker itt theSouthWest SIAYery.2."Reatorsti' s vof: fnissoori co

i right in two. New York Crily goes-after the and will n*< even. permit their fair shall upt'hcbitate to give'it that direction. ]I promise. 5. Internal Improvements 4; Pr: ..
also in the field bls .
consideration anj full discussion. f I on the other hand these combine to show as- is raising ; tecaerIn4dthj. ,
Earobo.
::1 I ; f.Quthcrn. ,- .: .*. Dido W further declare' our continued. nnd u:- I am entitled to it, how; small or : : nt powerful voice againut the order. -L ,

I 'f-40JlITa; KTSPOKT. alterable determination to use all the honorable turalizntk effort ,, the amount the illiberal l insinuations of ith A'correspondent'&('ihe Louisville' Time JACKSQNVILLE.
R'modiEcfttion of
-: The thirty-one committee, by a..vote of 17 to secure such from,asking- it Fr.A.'i
Sentinel l will not deter me nel'Iet1r.1 I
sentimenas -
lolldws !laws aided by such no eIeva t'lD.of public i in; writing_ from:Sfadisonvflle, Kentucky. onde 'I
.p 'to 14, have reported : interests of.thenation and the hunds-cf the accounting officer. f *w \ mf kr 1-+ W t.

.'t R.*i/t-f.Thl the American party, having arisen II shall ohttll guarantee preservoth the thrcetjrftom tro free Bible nnd When I shall have proper investigated this ng late or the 18th.,of May ,Iwt-gives: -;nry> .'Tro1j.- .-- frrotL1*H'JiJr-* *i1.** et'o"! 3

'i ;dx-mbe rubs and in spite opposition of the wbig free C. CYJl6. thereby promoting the great work of and determined on the course proper to hal plowing account of scene-that occurred.between ness'thp1tb1rc' exposiUor: wc some peopzq

4 -S 3 dv-jnacratic l parties,cannot b pursued I ugain you eilibition -
Fpnmib1e r\.lr.thi obnoxious Acts 'violated pledgiirr Fovrlh. That we invoke the arm of legisletion I to may
I;r ': that the systematic agitation of the slaver arrest Umt growing evil the deportation by foreigauUioritics of your columns, that the people may ; som late (governor, ana Hon. Archie Diio, which Sam baa made Hmself(in Kit

J' : qne'tn bv tbi partiis has elevated sectional ho.i&tf of paupers and convicts to ou; ehor-; what you say they would like to know.; tohin ate United States Senator from Kentucky.Mr. ... Last letter to the Sentinel from. 'CJ&arl. Ieiton.
r-i :.i into a pofttiveel.eoaet! t of plrtJrsl power anJ and that as our National Constitution rtfCjuircn tli' Respectfully I I' ,
. V/roi;ht jo ir iugtitutions iutoj: ppriL It hiui, tlicreforWotn'eHselmMraQve'3uty'ofth Chief Executive of our country to be of native birth, JAMES E. DROO 1E. de. Clark was present fulfil an appointmen 1 ca .route Jvr Yirgft." ia guiLe- cgG, to

t > { Am.nlUJ.party tG. we deem-it equally-n( wary and;'im rtaat tbnt our fruit md address the people, and rumor had t thai, aake a horse.hcgh. Wonder ifo .i4 ,yego
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..e.rrOltt for tha purpose of giving peace to the coui .ip1omaticseu-eeitntives abroad should also poessano the above to onr.columns
We transfer
.:i 'Y1LM perpetuity to th*TJnirto. 'Tbat, M experiencviuJt3 foreign prejudices to Was their judgement, or> to jg VIr. Dixon was to reply. The correflpondeir \ Virginia I reckon not aa --we: have :no'ac-

:; '" tM *irojw 'ibla toTCConcileopiaiiwi] so ex. influence their official action.. [ho Florida Sentinel of Tuesday 'last ;'" says that Mr. Clark set out by vindicating wont.of him there.on the day of 1e U m. .,, .

: '1 : tieiie fill tbrttiewbicb itpartte cispatauts and 2. The dTjove resolutions were. signed hy'fiftyfOJr think that the Governor 'has given more ilmself from the fie roust have fallen "
there can he no dishonor in snbmittlnz to-tte .la vi s. -tt< report going the rounds that overboardrota one 'ofhe

the national! 1 conncil baa deemed it the best guataute- delegates from the States of Ohio, Indiana portance to this small matter than there i is < he was a ,Catholic. Mr. Clark stamped the< steamers or.got ,1iedapp.; ..railroad. .

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-aYry & final .and conclaMre setUemeot of that Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, lowh, Rhode Island nothing about it, the weekly twaddle of < wil xmdent as follows: yawl boat.np salt river. I do not intortT.M:

; : h.ect in pirit and in sjibeUnec.lvcd Connecticut and Wisconsin, and it so< Sentinel to the contrary notwithstanding.Fhe Twas true.'be ssid. that a short time prior to tntenth < inter'into a formal reply to thearguments of
1 e ,, Th\ ,_regardkg Uthe..hTghe duty tf <
,. .aT1 w these opinions' .npon a snbjwt -important iaiiiinct in happens that these are the .very States in silence of the Floridian heretofore in this; :Catholic.f his church fir t;wife that she she bad bad attached rxrrcued herself her own to the TO Jam's letter, forlh jsimple.and. ) .".'

the aDd.eof'unequivocal tLia >nntiooaI'.eouooit.terms It.i. befeby that declare Oongrwpmoom which the Know-Nothing strength lies. been owing to the fact that the game ition in the matter,and that be never had and nevei on that his !letter,does not caniaixj asingle argument
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. -t .B"j": un4er the coDsiitud'oa! to legisUtup The New York //rraMrthinks that the disagreement lot thought worth the candle. ma would attempt eithrr tbe to control or of exercise any ageDin to reply to.. I wgcld.not notice Ii -mfc
determining partiality or
(he lif*laferyTnlh SutrB, or to exclude! y any person perons
subject
-Li.I any<)Stute from adiniwion! into the Union becaifre he of the Convention and its failure SEVEN DAYS LATi.R FROM EUROPE. inter- for any peculiar religion. It wu a matter between aU, but for the impertinent and -illtemperedisinnations
and theirGod.
themselves He bad-carried out
ponstit tlon docs or does not Mcogn'es the .titutioo' will the: as''to.' jgnorance when' he'
. :. j ,; ( to establish National platform, -give < .- tbe wisb.s and request that-fell from the lipa of bia
.veutpafl.obereoc&aIsyatcrnand zprestly for th wife-tbat her daughters might be educated ata flows so little himself as 'every wot4 jtaa
increased chances lying- JjJ
a4ea carrying .
pretermitting any ,ipn o(QJ ilii4u upon th [>arty AEEIVAL(OF IEEE .ATLANTIC.Tlie ,
bav.rone .
Catholic of H could not
;. .'I ipo "r"of OmxrcM to u.bbbah prohibit slavery in iext'' Presidential election. The editor says ; otherwise seminary without learning.being recreant to' holy Bitten will show. LjtvwuU dnly gsra 'a.pMsfc;
- ;' iny'i'r tory.it, U'the.sense'of tins national .counci e en- every I otice to.a few things ia.hiaJast effort. Siyg "
npnlse of tho human heart and unfit to be remembered ;,
not to the to to disagree Atlantic arrived at New York
i feat Congres; iight hgisla upon Inbjctrl.Juer1 They were compelled agree on ,
as the husband whom she while living bad '
within thi Terriwa nf.Lbe United Statw.and m slavery. This will give the know Nothings the morning of the 13th inst She brings < in leased with every endearment and awed affection. of IWi1lalwayaftDd kim impertinent eogh
b h that any interference Congress with slavery as i ixi it both North to IUbstatrtiate hIS ertion '
'; ranteige ground in future contests, : her heart. L .. Wereay;
pure
in the District of Columbia-would be violation hundred and two and "
.%. i: o/* the U spirit and intention'of the compact by which the md South, each in their own State. They passengers : be- In.answer to the charge that he was a drunk I should be iaopj to hav>>Jiiih for,tto faturo

'I.. '.' 8tlR t'f Maryland, ceded'the ;District to the United will now fall back, each State on its own pas. tales of Saturday noon, the 2d instant any ,rd-: CeaH.maJ.lg.au h l a .an4 '

? <;t tat( e;od a breach of too o t3onl:faith. iions, principles, prejudices and humbugs, either The news from.ihe Ciimea: is the most .
01 "Mr.'DiTon arose from bis seat and for his friend begin to substantiate some ol.thosa} baa ai*
.
:t 'Tie following gontlemeh voted for this re- on slavery or anti-slaver.y, and thus hare a (Ortant of any since the battle of tho renounced it as a malicious falsehood. I hne,*said IUd made. Both of hi letters '
before to the Sen
;., : .fort- Belter chance to carry-the'elections of this year omprising three distinct successes of the Mr. Dixon been long acquainted with Mr.Clark, and

;! '.. .. Jig* F. IL Cone of Oa.; Judge R R. Gamble, han they othencise could hare done. In nine or He 'I take pleasure ic bearing testimony to his many erellent tinel were made np entirely_"false Isndridie,

,.t : 'MiM.- Judge V.-Ellis. Washington, D. C.; J. L. 1 welve months they would be able' to call an. ies. First, the French, in a succession repeal qualities. We bave. served together in the Ions assertions, which be 'has n.eZ'lQ the
Texas Dr. C. M. Hitcheock, CaL Cot conflicts, lasting'the whole of gislatnre of our State-subsequently in the convea
\ koC.U. Eaq. ; ; other National Council or Convention, simply anguinary
tll'lt instance
lion that re-modelled the constitution where, shoulder attempted to, prove, knowing.
Ji; S. Williams Kr.; j.H. Haughjon, eeq. N. C.; X"H. for the nomination of President and Vice Pres. of the 22d and 23J, took and : .
ights to shoulder togetb.r we battled for the and vJ.tal
great
Boby. esg. Miss; Judge A.F. Hopkins, Ala.;; the no doubt.that it wouJdlw rather a.difficult
;. d, -Ju3ge"'. .Randall Fla.; J. Cunningham, esq. S. C.;; Jent, and we venture to say that on that pin- an important position of defence (of-a \ of Utdtcowtitatioo of our noble State- do "
: w. M.n.u1, Vi,j Albert Pike, eeq. Ark. ;; gle plank-involving imply eighty-millions of ore ( as priDcitlea- parties eneajred at law, and on all oc. ,job to so. '
bet when notless
'. T,J.;J oha..eq, S: Y.;.N. a Brown, Esq.Ten.; po iu per annimiTHERE WILL BE NO SPLIT 'armce) icbnstopol, unlim- not only found him bringing to the for diaisrge the With regard W. ) nice ;thadimatJcal? cal
of bin official duties and seal
.C .L J.n. Ricaud Md. delegate fcr Minoasota prob-! ,ooo men were killed or wounded, mo 'industry ilations.as to' the : '
. < ; -NO DI\'ISIOX-XO, FLARB-rP. ) privi- tt r stsof bia constituency and >the State ut large I state qf .the ponj'Iri'jici.mvflle .

&b1i.. for of by the bayonet.tSecondly,the Allicsjmade; 4'A. 'and but marked ability upon all questions.bieb came up I I would say.to.Sam.mat I.nflrer.earT
':; :, Mr. Lyons, of New York, :oue.in the free What nninviting: party the'people dvances, and seized and retained the (or deliber.ition.and debate. As toWs habits I thin
into ,
States; voted for the report. the South to unite with! The "/rap"-thc tbat. I cannot be deceived. I bate known 'him'long anything ithout first;taking-nice
lines on the Tchernaya, without much loss nnd and haTe him -in the math 8Jatieal viaw of"the
: Iowa was.not represented. Minnesota Territory fcrald'g, own phrase-set by the Convention per- favorably never yet HeQ whole matter,'and
.
with New York also the Dis- the Russians retreating to the hills. lead intoxicated. .if he had the
as
went adopted
feather.- in same plan sometime
: is i intended to catch birds of every Anything more or len than the whole truth we ,
; 1 : itrict'of Columbia ; and these, with the united In the South the order has the advantage of the Allied secret expedition has obtained if the know the chivalrous: Dixon to be incapable of and ago, and thereby gotten, the,dimensions of his

South, carried the majority report in commit ossession of Kertsch, where they now c nothing but a strong desire of justice between man inteUec .hia of
,
the secession of some of its abolition members In Rnd man prompted him to disclaim for his friend any bump conscientiousness and
& : land the sea of Azof, in .which are his. fund of ,
.' HISOBITY. BKPORT. as a.ground.for continuing the organization, 'be spersion calculated to do him an injury. political knowledge Sentinel
allied[ steamers. The Russians on the his able and rould
crush- After Mr. Clark had closed never have.beeu1roubledwfth truer orhis
the work of
'in by
and a makeweight
follows as
resolution
The was as :
minority roach of the Allies blew) up the forts, powerful speech, calls were made for Mr. falsifying effusions. '.
:. ,'Rttohed. That the repeal of tIle Missouri Compro- ing out the Pierce party" and every other .will '
;c nwe was an infraction of the plighted faith"of the nattwn. arty opposed to them-while in the North burned four steamers, thirty transports, DIxon.) That gentleman;in reply to the call, Sam says' 'further, tha't I de uVto bare it

i T that.effect and ihat shall it fail.should Congreu be restored should'; and refuse if efforts to admit to ley raise the anti slavery standard and roast ha.lf a million sacks of breadstuff's. -the egan, M.Ys'\Jhe correspondent, iby compli- ndorstood. that -edticim vere voted bj

The French have established a camp Mr. Clarkin.the highest manner.e .- Catholics Democrats and;MetiodiiU.
1".. s.ny5tate tolerating slavery vhich shall be formed and consume*' every National Democrat who apcu- :tenting Now,

.4-' cjjt of any portion of the territory froM-which that in- ands-in-the of.their designs. Relying 'chernaya, and it is said that Belgium 'to a said-: I '.be wi11 take;the trouble to go t some friend
institution erdriJed by that thatcompromise. way.
. ;. wss irnish twenty thousand men to the Allies. "I come here fellow-citizens, not to make wtr on rho Has seen enough:to .pntjerstand plain
', Thus Sambo South"and" Sambo North," upon different means, both wings are striving, to set of men, tie-or principle,DOT to take issue .
any par
items it is
with 'their isms, kill poor "Sam," who according to the admissions 'of the Herald, Among other interesting inter- with my friend Clark-not i to answer his speech, for Inglish, and' get him to read ..iny letter and

4.: appears to'hl.Jittle nothing to do in theconvention. r.the same end-the at.tainmentofthe spoils. tl1at five vessels with corn having run man- I am no candidate for office den't hold any office in rplain J it.to .him,: ..l fin4 that Utaveotv.
and don't wan': don't know that I shall
Jv ertsch: not knowing the plaoc, had been your gift any intimated in the
t : alightnt.degree uyaaebdesire.
When they shajl have gotten hold of the ver be a candidate before you again:for office-nor
i'' i{: The minority report was, signed by- millions" of then the organi- ken. The number of the guns found'by to advocate the tenets of'any party'knownto; the I merely said Catholics, &c.rotadr

:j';; J.! ExOov. Johnson'Ponnsylvania; Thomas A. Ford, eighty plunder, Allies exceeds one hundred. : and especially the know-cothing partyt&ri ) 'the ticket which! he(Sam chimed for ait
)
: Ohio;' John IL Sayward, Maine; A. Green Rhode xtions will be abandoned, as the further re- do't know anything about IMm."I .
vi:! Maud;.on.-Sehuykr .Colfaz'Indiana M. C..elect; The French account says that the Lee bave always been a chig but I han now noorti. leaning of ,course tie csudidstss as' any
Larks of the Herald
'4 .. 1 y. D.Sperry/Cgooectxait; ex-Gov. A. Colby. New \ imply : sians burned thirty transports, as well as p I.Clnt: laY that Ibelong to any healthy poUtal chool boy would, see at a gI0e II; isi:
4; Hampshire; John -W.Poster, Has&achnsetta; Joseph Tho several Know Nothing State organ. organization at all Wbyhould It then take 11.
IL Barrett, Vermont; D.E. "Wood,-Wisconsin; Rev ations the Union will never .be aban- four> steamships, destroyed 360,000) sacks re- eue with ray friend Clark In fact I don't know bat I MS, MnJEditor, to notice any farther the n-

r.E Cogshall Michigan; W.T. Phejps;;Hlboia. oned till over the Presidenlal election of corn, 160,000 sacks of oats, and shed a hat I shall vote f J him. I laY I don't know; for larks of Sam,.and I will not trespass upon
after times I don't know what I
all. Richard B. .Clement of in these know ,jw>thiig ,
:;t Delaware Twelve in and C. D. Deshler of New 856> and for that single contest they can SAcks of flour. Fourteen allied steamers ;but ball do. YeLl may vote, 1 say, for my. friend Clark your time in doinjjao..His whole letter II
Jersey
.
. ;: .f ring already nearly 1,500,000 absolute voters entered the sea of Azof. would Cor he is myfrirnd and /am era. C bout as childish an 'effort and s sickly anti
clause of the >
for theifirst: minority reP .
::: went volunteers "There BOOM demoemU in the North who banltood -" '
poVt: disapproting of.the'repeal "of the Mis. : into the field, besides"the They Reinforcements are daily arriving at fcin- up for .-South. and for .aovthera right: for enseleas_an.attempt,arwhat the.author lapposes .

. $ :i .soari Compromise.'Two may pick up by the way. antmople. alone, ir the passage of the Nebraska bill, there ware Casa to be ridicule aa have_ ever had the
lodge) and some 36 others who did so; and but for
ex-governors of States,one member of The of Sebastopol drew most ; ] i misfortune to witneasjn much less a
0:7 See Mr. EATON'S card ,in another coltnn. garrison Ihtir fidelity o use constitution and the rightt of the any.. one,
; 'Congress elect, and the old Webster and Clay their supplies from Kertsch, and its the South that bill vovld never have patted, and the ab lan woutsthpijhO.jon.nt: i of
t t 1" *thijs.in the North, vent togainst the majority\ Mr. E. 'has recently taught penman. aI. litionittt, of.tA, North would Uti' ivccetdtd in
f pl 1.form. There has been no'sounder man npjn Montieello, Jacksonville! and Thomaslie lereforemust.exercise a speedy ampling lAs canitituiitm in the dvtt. : the principlea ofwLate denominatea a grcstatiopalpary

1-. id tfto"'Ndrthcm States' 'than Mri ,Foster of [ from, each of which places .he brings upon.the s igc. ,.he Mr. Dixon went on.in alike: strain ai great $ -1in glad Sam hap ued tobexcu5ed.fr

: Massachusetts. !havo entered fortaer notice of !
: ; Large convoys r'.lengtb. rz what Jzij"U'1

i: In the general council when the resolutions specimens of the improvement of his pupils of. (om the north side. The Russians are large -I _-_ _ on the tuijwtof KnowNq&h iaaand. I am
character highly flattering to him as a teachas .
Gardner of Massachu-
a
.r were reported. Gpv.; ing vigorously oqrf
r and declared that
toot well creditable to his scholars Were
settsi; upfto ganndet;; eft' as ; ''
of in.i erecting earth works, &c. de- from wnich'it l ,says tJi.breUjren. .of thg cuhrert iat1ied notsak t1. W D.J.be.
nithef'or his .State, majority
t4 npr gratified to learn that he has aireadyf forth. "
;i. the free s Stafesv-iroold abide'bj the 'resolatlon i in Mr. WOLFE'S Acade- The Allies have completed their fourth His talk of making.a sdectW fontjxe:Vice PreaU ide.thislad great;eipotftion bM want of

;:* f. first w-o ri 8. The party conld not car- eel.two classes-one aUel, and'tho British arc movingWl!! their su- ency. ,Among the list "..obserre..4iebane'f .identandinf. .I.wIdb: & ': a d1bIo'ith _
: 'Massaclmsetts them. .'; my and the other in the City Seminary under Randall Florida. Ahem JBut J :
1 tya rHIage.jn irpon n ., into the advanced parallel. at- 1 u gs Thomas I 'pl .m. aa r .
:.. "The coTineil will .tiiarbb ;broken iipeccNorth two Dr. JCNICI..Should A gnns 1 -the< Jjr7tfrdJo! '! Itthame; ofajor'wnfiam r1 j Ti-.ii '-_ .., -Li& ,'I. t I. .. t. ..
,.The .expected .ouf ren e at Vienna ; : iy. why.does ; to extend temed ...Qnoy ., .
and South The two"Sam- ;
/ opewhg.bFeiywe'hope' 'J -
{ an WalIa McfeaU'
)' b ontherri northerirVfli have ousted D becn-opened. It was doubtfully [[ : : wh cti l [ ] By ;way uQe5: fPQIQ4.& *lid i a-
R wiJ be made. to retain, Mr.... .E., amoncfns. per- de well uajllfieii, )e I io"reason
how
4 t -S m'"'wto'.wrD hard to -muster l clans i ; that the new! Atrsiriait proposition'had [ of showing; Lq lInIp.in.oc ,,_ .-
Sambo. anenlly as' .A teacher. lIe established, .as ben- ticket with the .H m Wf, &vorite Jer,tha -
it again ejccloaive .. jremptprfly negatived by England a pl.; eedes-k IW r&'did1e"'iD_
:; CPo6rS 1 !' The 'democracy ril'BOtD' \e learn, the Savannah High School, which residency' -"Live .QaV & argo iaw; ad. _? ) fcAft' ***
ant sensation
in
.
shonWerto. jiriJtia Wira
him.all t/p;as "the'Ssmbe s" North and South he conducted until failing, health compelled ranee.IT- vI;, i it1 litted to .rery'-fond ef'* crackers 'andieese'Tweiquote.ibe my .' S"1v.. .

have* cut' Mm to. piec!,.and lay him out in him, ..to. desist In, 1853, he was President, of Austrian negotiations were more active n eh 'report of hia speech a| pw whea there W in; ,' ,*;; .
tore S&m IIIi
northern n3 them slicesThe negro"is ever. Y01l1Da1 coa.tasL(
( y
: the IIou ton Co.) Baptist Female Seminary 'I'l '
Perry,( l otib'uJg.fcaoqiiet ,as given by the
.
tho ''Know
:: .the,death of every party that toadies him.' French.privatedispatches.from .Varna : J. .! bat tfyotaiilt -'o&.i" Jf." .
sndwheathat Institution, erected
was Uaelt.t'lF1orida. called 'MajorcC.
faroJd being ,
latlihe Allies. in of the '
; i iwepo .ubedWcr. tllsciszed were .possession of'-liUIi' 'dii "b fJ,
nto a Collegehewaa unanimously ttedto [ responded and said: ..j't.a
(roMdj vpio &"our.o( WedndiI bAIi. )ttteJIj. jeraay'. imd. two. Russian, b tell f.I -
i Prbfettorttip l $; gLt.a:,la.tb! m.btfa, .nrioui r", [*** ''* **'* 'r*<'t ''i A* lions detached frorn.rhiofSebtop C know "_ in
; clI.Jlt.1t or, was ecknedyhim .I late er queati.'tk-et here i He tulere i ? .
1 $ cirfHWieTt H"W1ti "i:rh ; ., P "* :ilflJtC, kr' ere advancing.,toJsupport, thej tiring ;; & i.a dEl gate bf aeof'-the'etatM' )of the:Un* New York or i id ia Cuba,' .-
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to of bread8 -
1texc3r D r.ibj e. Iii 'Englandlthe.price* iffsw i'i !
: ttJntiL btbr,regreWcdc1iaLioo t It I s l. ; &, tcm r ; and would hbt'tteliigldwr rcatoto tt'-liI :'
) BneraUyun'cHanged andfliei!marketdWLJt1 [ 4 t. battle. ,He wu a DAtive Amedcatztd' (aldB'aat'bf liiil t\f"
!L'2 ; ; ord much'pkware ghtidr.t fttirao: ,. 1 I It ; ; .A
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) tC at Key, West, language did not-prevent his being a rfetaiii pwy,Jirhich not long since was looking to a PIED 7aIIshasM on the Itth of June.MARY Rail Road Notice.'

DeEr&tk 4WVur "*** &! LOUjSA,lDfsn&datsbt&of Mijap. .1. mc! jr of lie eaIicb.r Lav th i7 taban ..de.g


beauty ofii1thz6xsIh h it can. ge baa grme friw

not be deoi4ji' a ito the middle iflEIf14Vbrk, *iettt

forejgn origin, and his desire on.all occasions
rri
O$ 'a'
to r ,
the rCSdtLcrtM freuctl and'&idf; i Connection J>on.-jfcvdiroett line Bbeju- ,4 'dl.LJ tiE 1 'D JutS:3.$ 18L. ., i, N .

paityitfRENotEsq. of the Central Cbarterjfit' I And U'g6kIea.bAt lu hebInd1,. .-

te vii ->Fastjqa-stf ophis e,i.aUke f uny make% goM1)t1iEastem terinimisJ : .*JqIid14. -._ -
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j.&W &ctise4e t& goodjivorMt} ADQ: good, .writing aid not CUTHBERZ'GEOIWIAJtO -
.:j.KI $beadweIlhivithtM: bht ai Bi F un at l's'r.4'A
t
KStO Ems.KA..The.correspondent ,
.
himikf leamng HJERN
him to arail of his"great -
S .) permit With theofOoathoga 4 OQ 1l Jtri"' COflON FOCit
r.ta7. of.the Herald writing .Lbegin ThorsdavJ; < .
T13 addreZZ1 bJt6P Cue so much as mjght' hkVB'beelJ'eiDectedTJie" ,- And ysts ttmrtfwvj that wfc v
23 aulH&Y of i'o Mrietis lias hiniielf, from :the Know Np'thing? Coon.cfl.says :; Yoo may.d>ell with jotoWtd.<*qe thatfr gwoe," iI be ecksbj i E T, Josepb.CTOM; D,30.ol ..

R-MaUoyy guilty of many mistakes in regard to-the pnnent A stakjng /fact, and one which .capoot.. U. Obarleston.on a bpr'I *'.4tfrB r a JMT* titft
you : ?
and on motion, AteJby4e committe* mythol gy-and 1 believe it will .be'air remark has been disclosed in the, Wjpdn daj folpj, U>e rComm p4C. n nt urn
have failed to Eerviaes will $ >los ofJ3sili.the at tb .
pUce At'th.e Fiqnira
;
little ake. ; Illeinent
that
ssiUWe resolu'adopted owed all his ders a
4raft' impartiar ,
Chair U> by the
this discussiop, and that was, th.at whilst Annual addrus will edliv.red by t.lrula.Theu '
ions Hch ir tnamnKwdjr- ; a more learning or soinethinjj of,a classic tat entire South was a unit on the majority plat L r-

4J C 4 *< __ "* would have been of great use to him, ai H was form, scarcely a member froin :ihencei; In the 13T MEDITOK: ; Pteaieannttnief A. B. TUft'SrEK a. ; h.. -* -.5... .1EE

follows: : to many cf hisimitators.. *>bIt speeches made by them, fesayed'an..* as a Candidate?Tsj'Aavssor iind!Co11ettor *C.J4 subscriber drs r. sle, aItII)7s(
qJonroeCoutVi' : said or thought -that Swift, many : for Leon-C6untjaVth'eE! 3tion to>Oeneit June 9,1$ eLeb4'Pt.. : .
4 was never ; pology for the Kansas Nebraska act; 'and "-, i .*.-. ; ;
MANYVt7FERt' p
.. ,1 C 7 cj ... p.'- celebrate' Pope or Addison impared-hei gnus by. top whilsfgenfirofly*,subscribing to the doctrine of -- -- : '- ; '.: tt ;- *..' : --- e1zI1icEtI,c ,t :. CEJx! .rltzl..4 la..Vs.Jc a. .,ookeeoab.

f :retet losnMppicalj nonintervention, nevertheless 'repudiated the WE iu-e'au\bwce3; U 'anhonnceCQtrtQJL; 99; .: seeM QIl,
tho1 otI.ry, ieb reason rto ascribe A. BRYAJI as 6 n 3U't, 4 tiratioa and t.arly all vad f.qe& iii.
foisted JOT'Clerk
tfCrtrtic ajirtnciple*tnor t mover and I the-administratkm which it \ < < "of theTKJrctoit :NY quantity of tb wbh. tBC'cheapby 'v.

? th itk'ledg&of thiasertonguethat clasciy.vKe 'upon>lhe-country at the tremendous expenditure Court next for, "the.Cyna'tj'x>f' 'Leou.;- at tlie-election' .' In October A load, at Newport, M "* 3 b.LAD p14c5 e.a Ojn..omtotbMlions. Houne. .

areostThg'dih .
theiriytitfngls N.w Pv4jJu
faith.is. ,
Of plighted Cr : ::: :oii bWv
rwbosois1 ; :
2eiHt tAWie. d VjH .
| Tnostrrem nei\t phi Fghoir : aft* a4.7wai II -
.qrr zca. -IIarig faitijfnlfy 'discharged Bfwe
Dffeted.
dsopfiers anH'dinnes' bf 'England. -ere pro .INPRoVvNT 1iLAn-The Dublin the duties *>f the fee'of Tax Collator,to which your 4auui: ,r4a pmont 3i.: rsi:.

a rtialt. The old foundly skilled in ancient literature I..willnly of the New York Times speaks kindness elccted'roe in- October 1853.'as js sootai 1 \by 1 flA- THOUSAND dressed Floeriogand Gte& iu.rcan learn the term of oJe byr rk-&ka
Stillihgfleet. -" correspondent my receipts frofia"the'Treasurer's offic'e.l reflpeelfully JLU U from Escambia Bay, a fine article; M r4tsm) W9 btII1S.'

; ; $ <> -name BatKnyrfoercroor- Atterfauryr l in exulting terms of the improvements now in offer mj'wlf before you as a candidate for-reilectkn dressed Lnmber .iiakes thn.amootbeA vork by far, ibe.purobtMr aisabnZstM pressitqop I1J.hf5t1,

in October next and is really cheaper than making by hant etu it4. ADp&JI'tIO ..' .
4iercotzaecratad L. C. DEMILLY.IS" ia .s
erLcDdzHsc freit putS ; In writings bf wit'-and humor one would be progress in Ireland. He says that agitation haul 40 or 60 mile* J>.LA : W; 19. ISM. .

ajttothtnk; hjLee-isno'' great occasion has ceased from one end of the Island to the Ma. EDITOR-Please announce AUGUSTUS New Portt'June'9i86&.Hrtf A

GrroOgiiout.the land, for the knowledge ef antiqoiiyj.it being the"au&oj and churches and school L FIS77ER as a Candidate for Clerk et the Circuit I.TUSTaoved. -;
that !
S other
chapels .
; of Leon Plan Lottery. I tsd .
'schfefaim.and business to accomodate Court County at the election in October; p.Scr.cW, ,
hw1Jffi ToliiiRe.ti.TI43 houses, and comfortable"dwellings are multi MANY VOTERaTo sad
time. COUNTYA4ADtY
himself to tlie marineni of'jbe present JASPER
ti4& (
. ;$ ii And ifjstudj. bo detdmental.to any-faealty of plying.; and so encouraging the process of the Voter*of Leon Cavn1y LOTTERY PMtlpE..dFt..4.. ,4- .a- ? .,
v.
4' b tolef4 hers reason ie leftJilirLj ite:mind,.we aospect.that a playful imagination amelioration 4hat those who left a few years At the request of many friends, WM. G.- BUR New styles of Pad Laves.. ? ? t -'..-

the parent of wit and humor, would be since, will, on their return, five or six years GESS offers Limaelf candidate for Judge of Probate [BY ACTHOH1TVOPTHEHE ,. Plain Blue and BcffliWidt ,
& ;cwecn mbst ike to snfier Tet, the history of at the ensuing election in .October next, and will be t '
bylt
is .. hence scarcely be able to recognize the coun- thankful for the of hU.frieodfi BlaIYelstMbv,
,'t*. r. .. : -; : 'r: -. in. Ibis support jpd fellow-citi eubscriber.Laving been appointed Matiagero) ; '
first rate (Shakespeare
: PP' geniuses xvay zens generally. T the*Jasper Couiity A J 6iy Lottery.'intenda conducting Tidies Black and WbJt.O1IPW .

zstjon Twhi6h'B ei to degrade anjTportion of always expected) is'a proof o'f the.contrary. try. M_ the same oh the Havana ptftp.of single nunv, Mosquito Lace ..nttZttin .
The'eiI-nQre learning as well as more wit, in We are authorized touoceMr.TIIOMAS berg,and has located hi. .Qjcejn thejdty'of Macon, Jfeir Teak 1ilts.sd,,. -
our' ow-cjtjzentr,?of,. w6n&ipE Gorf according Hudibras, than in book of the same size Important Rumor. The correspondent oj J. ROBERTS as a candidate for Tar-Asessor and leorgut. He qow offers followipg, : .Heavy Blttt J) MBJft Tkaitf! < U qoalitk .
any
6oniehtionrconvic. the New York Journal Commerce, writing Collector ofLeon County, at the election in October Browa and Bl-cbed prilling ,; ., .
to.hetr: own : nowextant. Inthe.taleofa Tub, the Ta4ler Grand Scheme for July 23, 1855,
from Havana, under date of June 4th, says: uextf5 : Bkaefaed SUttiafiftad aUttk R.Gtrmao .
tiCfl. .."_ .. and the Spectator,jwe discover at once abril In relation to the rumor that propositions had When Prizes willIe diMributeU as follows,amounting BorUp, >>,-
iozvr Th8t true Amwicanism od true lant wit and copious ..erudition.I .. made the of WE are authonzed and requested to announce to Undr9 d Family JLmeo, -
authorized to be .on pact
have confined thee brief remarks to English been LEMUEL JONES as a candidate for Tax Ansensor Xat Checks, Siramlsse'iBafl t90 thy,. bi*.
Chrfstikiiitj, are not the-'fitpw hof cU e or writers, because tboypre all known in the Creoles of Cuba, for the manumission of and Collector of Leon County at the election b October 8QQQQ Also oo bad a good stock'y Straw Goods, osiiat '

soil "the/; not "of'jtbe ,arth earthybni.'e / their slaves o.tho Abolitionists of England next. ing of Lftdie* Plain Stri* add"I>c ,Bciob ts, Ijc&tf.
; are 'same
; : the United States.. But the thing might OLASSB.CAPiTALS. .
and Mu BlcLmAnVrtU'atxfBot's Hat Ace:
of Geat Britain in .s < ;
fronyie ieidf and hearts of true proved"by examples from every literary nation and asking protection CJP WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM CAKTAI*. .
certain'relations ofa political character, which H.NEWSOM, as a candidate for Tax Assessor and .v : ? .
men wberere/born-or Intirtnred; and so long of modern, and even of ancient ;Europe. 1 Priz.'ef.12OOO;; 1 Prize of. $5pOOI ; .
therewith I.have reason to Collector at the election in October uext -
-
be combined ... *- -
may .:. 3,000 1 -2,000
For we must opt that the Greek and
memories.of the
atfwef shall"clipnih' .the jjatriotr&nd suppose did believe from investigation of the .past few 1 . 1,500 1 a .. 1.200 .Sixty, Dollars- Reward4l,
authors
Latin because
Usages of foreign birth, whose blooc 'they nqt study days, that it has good foundation. This will To the Voters of Leon County: i .-.. i.ioo s .. i.ouc T WAS r JBBED 'oothl'rrenlcrof S7lh Apoi

tnoisteiSed the fields where* otrr liberties many, languages, were illiterate men., Hornet involve new matters for the sober and serious FELLOw-CmzKsa herewith announce myself a 10 fc .- >uO Ac, Ac, Ac, a. JL last,of about $100 fa Aoririe&ada gI.$41 In Priuoth.'

has -- .. and Virgil were skilled in all the ..learning of statesmeu-r-of the truth candidate for the office of Tux Awessor and Collector 408 Prize amounting Ito-;/. il .s$60,000 S10 ip silver coin.JG<44 TKM ch13ivr do.. 1i&..
and glorvo were..won so long as.we. shall re* their time. The men of letters in thoseda s consideratipn your at the ensuing October election and respectfully solid 3 Gold.Studs,.ij,ov PfM Jfg-j| ala1ur11iy

th.e4eftchlt! s.and examriles Washing- were'capable of more intense application arid which ihey will scon have evidence beyond your suffrages, With Respect, 52f Agents wanted in every town and eity.p ihUuion. is sbotit 6f ere the premonitory shadowings of irresponsible WM. -W.MOORE. On application the Terms will be fotwardetl hair.cod trbiik rsbu rfyacribrf bfbts flttsStl.tbrcbtand
toa 4w ,,J fiprWo, ahdVecognJze thltvaIiey had a greater thirst of knowledge, than the writers." Remember every Prize drawn at each drawing', tn- saQt 2 OTyeJV43. i1 elp

recommended and' sustained- "longHi we generality the modems ; often in defiance news I herewith announce myself as Candidate der the superintendence of ,Col.Qeo.-M. Logan and offer; a rtWo cfsztyqospLfdpp- *
of poverty, fatigue and danger, they would -- -. *t 4.- for Clerk of the Court at the ensuing October election Ja*. A. Njabet, Eq. eatlemen who are sworn ton heosion and safe k picg b WjaiT *
shall look guidance 16 the Constitution anc travel into distant lands, and visit famous places Hare You a Diseased Llyer ? and request your suffrages... Yours Respectfully, faithful performance! <.! their duty. Prizes paid ceo JMaaaAH QsiJDT.Apftlachiccla. .' *

laws of oar country; we shall cherish Virgin and persons,'to qualify themselves for instructing tSST The question, though Btartlin ,'U sufficiently T1IOMAS F. WILLIAMS. due without discount t5f All orders, rely,oo it. jffi Ui88jr' '" f"l -tf '' t "
an solvent Bonks taken
tiTe, when the fact is taken into consideration strictly confidential. Bills on
ia's xajtaple-a3wl''bonor-' Ker bold and able mankind. And, however .learned that 8ugge d'weaaea of the Liver .hare become most alarm C2T WE are authorized to announce SAMUEL at par. Ten DoUara Reward. ,
"
champion, Ueaty A..Wise. we may.,be in modern writings, our curiosity ingly frequent in the United itUa. :JndeeJ, there W. WILSON as a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Whole Tickets |S; flalves $4 f Quarters $5. rPHE abof reward will be paid to aoy s6bo

of Know can hardly fail to be raised in regard' to the are few formidable disease that are not in some way Court of Luun County, at the election in October next Address JAMES- P. WINTER. JL will deliver to me at my. jtsfdaoe & Sunjpt.f.*

Resolved, That the: 'principle ancient, when we consider, that the greater traceable to a deranged state of that important organ. iogerMaccG; $. County, Fix, 8 miles from' MInnor's Ferry, nj Jigit,..

Noftingism which eks.to debar all foreign part of these were the work, and contain the Many of the complaints usually classed under the head June 2, 1855. 22- moos.oulored mar Maie'BOOM; about hv a 'J1
Catholic citizens Consumption *hare,their origin in the Liver. "4"J Masorjip Celebration 3 or 4 years old, reached ma- and 1Iw4badnd-i. -'
born American xitizena,-and thoughts of men, who had themselves been engaged remedy that would iscure regularity and healthful ac- The Members of Jaekon Lodge No. 1, will celebrate Notice. when left a small bell braiidjd e l tit &pj13r Mitf -*

wherever born, from holding any office in the most eventful scenes of active tiuu in the Liver, would be a blessing to mankind 1" the approaching Anniversary of St.John the my ateence from Floiula,Mr.Jamss t fastened oti Vith i leather'eoaaf.1 ana 1.tr.bVCk1&Said

trust under1 the Federal or life, while most modern1 books -contain only has been the exclamation of thousands. That remedy Baptist, on Monday, the 25h lust,(24th being on Sun DURING:, my duly>pth of honor, profit or the notions of speculative writers, who :'know. has been found ; it is safe and sure. When n. fair trial day.) All.members in good standing are invited to All persons'judejbted to me are respectfully invited to beard of lartjiesr iqauopy, -All.jeaVooablenanda

State Government, ef our country, i b an at bet the theory of business, and 'that but imperfectly has been' "afforded it,'it has never been known to participate. The members are requested to meet at call on him and pay.their respective not-esat maturity, ses, wiIS *Adtony.pemon; Iaing.iip Jjimi
establish -degrading distinction faiL the Masonic Hall! at eleven o'clock. A. M,'where a and oblige your obedient'scivant. r sLid giving DotO..tocs4b.rtints. sr
tempt to and wh se.determinations upon the Reader have yon any diaens of the Live, or disease procetn&Hi will bs.onned: and march to the Methodist BENJAM1T IYRD. County FlaJ" EQif AJRDFresli JCt'My.1t.

based neither on merit, character, capacity, principles of great affairs,.and.the feelings and vrbieb.yu believe proceeds from hepatic dorangetnent 1 Church. An Oration will he delivered by tae Rev Tallahassee May 26, 1855. 21-5w 1B55. .. .4-O .-

honor nor patribtistn'butjtpon the.accident of sentiments peculiar to active.life, arejitue bet Lot not a momcutrbut purchase a bozof'Dr.M'Lnne'sIll. E- L.T. Blake. The Ladies, and citizens generally '
than At ., and they will restore you to health it as the are respectfully invited to i. tend. Just Received. Gkoc rrf -
ter conjecture. rate -inay we
Kith and religious intolerance ; And to do.indirsctly'what not affirm that, without any the aid of ancient only remedy yet discovered. 4a which implicit confidence JOHN R. LLOYD, "i Committee Per TFm. R. Fettetfrom New.Orleans : P ER 'WILLIAW Pir1 fr. Q., .
t'as 'constitution declares shall may be placed.tPurchaaets H.T.BLOCKER, 1 of 1iisr'a -
learning, genius cannot hope to rise to those will be careful to ask for DR. M'LAXK'S Lemons, -Pine Apples, QunTa i .
ROBERT Casks
HEIR, Jo Sides :- C
Arrange ORANGES
rial ba done at all; and, .that cherislung the honors to which it is entitled, nor to reach CtLKBHATEn LiTEa PILLS, and take none else THOS. HAY WARD, } incuts. Jellies Prone, Pears,Sardines Pickled 15 .Shold, -- #

character and tie liberties of our naturalized that perfection to which it naturally aspires? There are other Pills, purporting to be Liver Pill Tallahassee, June 9, 1855.E'XM Oyster, -Brandy Peaches, Preserved Lerooos 2 PWn Hams, '"- : 'a .4' '
now before the public. Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills. also Oranges, Pine Apples and Ginger, Green Gage Mar
wih it becomes The exceptions are so few and so singular 4 TIM-CM Sogar Cured Haax.L* L
chains: equally our own, nsas Lemon do. Strawberry
his Celebrated Vermifuge can now be had at all respectable mabulfc, Syrup Raspberry BUs t.eci
6 Lard OQ. >r : b
J Democrats watchfully to guard against their that it is unnecessary to insist upon them. Drug Stores in the' United States and Cauada. 9a. do. Pine Apple do4 and Ginger do. Raspberry Vinegar 5 L.rdNo.1, ; Aj ; ,-
Were;we to.consider this matter abstractly, Sptff Fresh Salmon, Lobster, Haddock. Hallibut and -

violation. 9 we should be-lexl to nhe same conclusion.For .- For sale at all the Drug Storfis i iatd in Tailal&asev, cr.P A N 8 HIP PLAIN tND-OE- Shad Assorted Pickles, Scoteb Ale and Portr.2O.OOO '40; Sape'ne-1our Whiskey,, f, ''I :
Resolved, That copies of these resolutions what i is the in Town in the South. ilnyana Ctgnrs '
effect of learning upon a at one Agency every 60 Extra Family Flow;
tacght by Mr. G. H. EATON, from Sar.iiinab "- '
be forwarded to such newspapers as the chairman sound mind ? Is it not to enlarge our stock June 23, 1855. 25-2w XAMKNTA.L D. H. AMES. 5' MeesBeef. "
of this direct for in courses of TWELVE LESSONS each, consisting 21 ( t.t' I
meeting may publication. of ideas? ta ascertain and correct experimental May 26, 1855. 6S PickJedToojn j
our .
of and Exercises, which 6S Whit, Beans .
FERNANDO J. MORENO, a variety.of easy progressive ; ;
TRIBUTE OP EESPECT.CHIPOLA -
knowledge ? to give us habit of attention iT
Peaean Nuts. .
'
Chairman. lead with invariable certainty to the acquisition of a VALUABLE INVENTION. ; -
recollection and obsenation ? it is not to LODGE, April 27, 1855. SO .Mesa Pock, : ,-

PHILIP R. H. FOTTA, Secretary. help us to methodise our thoughts, whether At a regular meeting of this Lodge held on Saturday Neat and Elegant Style of Writing.Mr. Important Testimony in its Favor.. 25 Bags Rio' Ooff v -, .-. i'< iaai

acquired or natural, as nrll as to express April 27. A. D. 1855, A. L. 5865. the following EATOX proposes to give a course of Lessons in the 10 14 JavaCofleer.* '- -

[FOR THE FLORIDIAN jbBEHABKS JQZRAL.] them with perspicuity and elegance.? This preamble and resolutions were offered and unanimously above art in this community commence on Monday; FLOUR INSPECTOR'S-OFFICE, ) 2 Hlids." Choice Sags'Prime /. {
t Sarar'
PHUADDLTHU, April fiOta-i,]8B5. J
ON THE UTILITY OP CLASSICAL may give.a direction to onr inventive powers, adopted at the Court-house, also to.Closse's forming at the City 6 Bbk-Oribed.8cpr .j
; LEABNI37Q3filton but surely.cannot weaken -them. The very //A'ntuKAS'po ll-wise Providence lias seen proper to Seminary and at Rer. Mr. Wolfe's Female Academy "]\TESSRS. Edwin -od James M. Clart: flentJeITA S Coffee 8wr, : I
examined the
vieit out Lodge in its infancy and remove from time men-Having carefully construction -
Y'CMBE I. worst effect that classical learning can .pin- to eternity our well beloved Senior Warden, WILLIAM lluurs of instraction at the Court Room from 8 till 12 operation, and workmanship of your newly patented 600 Lbbs. Goslxp Bnttfr

duce on the intelligent mind, is that it may McNEALY, who departed this life on the A. M, and from jS till 6 o'clock, P. M, jot one hour Combined Grinding and Bolting or Merchin 10 Boise* Lemoos Star Candleu'"*", ,-. A.-- -H a

sometimes transform an original genius into 6th dny of April, in the 60th year of his ope. As each. Terms for the-Course of Twelve Lessons, $5 Flouring Mill, I take'Jplensure' in presenting you and '' .ScDokedTongiie, :
: was ono of the most,learned men citizens, we are sorely bereaved, as Masons we feel the public with the following statements as tie result + *fw.-** ,
imitator. Yet this often and -
the- English nation ever, produced; but his an happens not ; that a great cloud has overspread ns and made f: Pens, Ink and Books furnished free of charge. of.triy pves'tigationWith : _.JwTI :,._ :

great learning neithej.jmpaired hts'jhdgement, when it does happen, we ought not perhaps dark out path, and our hearts made to bleed by the IMPROVEMENT tiUARANTEEO the French Burr Mill Stone, tidily .iqdje* diameter ,r A large and general aaaorenotGr*

checked. .imagination. A richer vein to complain. Ingenious imitations may be as fell destroyer of the body; we feel as though we it ground and bolted from nine to twelve both- baud.-- ,.. -,- -.
nor ? delightful, and as useful, as original composi received a home thrust indeed, in the death of our Mr. E. has numerous specimens of the improvement els of wheat per hour, making .clesn/wprk, and nt the ? EftTr&Rq1vL8.3fa'v.26lg6 .
ofiryotionswelI.ss & more Correct taste tions. I would not exchanged Virgil's Georgic first Senior Warden, for by it our chain is broken of his former pupils, whjoh, compared with their pre same time turning ont, at"a single ;operation' eartrs C 2.1 ;t : ,

appears iq 2EeFaradise Lost, wnucn'when for..twenty such as Hesiod's Workt and our band is shaken, and a pillar of our Institution vious illegible SCraWLS, show at a glance the wonderful flour,superfine flour, shorts, ship stuff and bran.' Tht .Maeliwn-Mssenger_ ness. iap'.2. '- J .,-
ho ivasmear sixty years old, than In any of his poems is removed which time itself cannot replace.As .- extra and euperfine flour is of an excellent qnality .. r --
and Days, nor Pope's Eloisa for all the epistles change wronghtw-a| short timev by a few easy, In Chanoeiy.r ., . -
earlier performances. Paradise Regained and citizens we mourn him, fur none were moro high and the yield per bushel equal to the large classec '
which his last works of Ovid. The sixth book of the Eneid, ly esteemed, as a civil officer, none more to be relied entertaining and instructive Exercises complicated!"mills of modern construction. It occupies // tit Cirot vrtjda. s
Swison Agpnistes, Mere ,
though an imitation of the eleventh of'the on-as a friend,none more faithful, as a father.none Ladies who desire .it can receive lessons at their, but little loom,can be placed in compara of 21 ,fyLtvn\ jovnty., ; --- ,

ire not.so fnft'of imagery, nor admit so much Odyssey is incomparably more sublime ; and more kind, provident and affectionate; as a Mason, residences, by addressing Mr. E. JieSchool Room feet in length, by 4 feet,,which;when tin rncmni;order. Andre 8; *rretaijI-; .J, ,

fancy as many of his other pieces j but they discover and the night adventure of Diothede and his actions were regulated by rule and line, puncto- the Post Office. with,all the machinery requisite,can be easily remorec "_ tfc.. r_ I-P 'iLeww .
through f
or -
a consummate judgement, and little is ally observing his duty, turning neither to the right or Lni'ported from cnn. plaee to another-LM nc Cutti4 Nathaniel Tborston et ad J)
Ulysses, excellent as it i fr, must be allowed to to the left. And he June 28. 1855. 2.5--I.w, catad iinerT about is
wanting! to make each 'of them perfect in its nor truly was one to whom tbn comp jpac cphsequentljr not QO the.3 lit da v of Mam. hs 'm aa.
kind. am'not offended at that' profusion ofIearnrng be inferior, to the episode Nisus and Euryalus. .burthened heart might pour out jU sorrows and to -I- liable to,get oat of order and takes !.bctj ttle.poweri WHEREAS tor7 reflreno: >red nrftls tafis bj i .'
,1 While the Jiterary would can boast of such whom distress might prefer its suit confident of Hardware Cutlery Guns Nails sod appears to be particularly adapted to the want the HoaJ.tWayJfs kef page the.Cotni aforesaid -'
;whjcb l here arid there appears inthe: whose hand was' of the condition of the at large and from iu
imitators as Virgil and Tasso, Boileau and sympathy guided 'by justice, Shovels 6cc. country ; it jva among other tfcpigyoH redfr follows:- .
ParadtseLpstr It 'gives a classical air to the it has and whose heart was expanded by benevolence.But .- cheapness of construction ana small amoqjt of capita] And it is further ordered.juxTdecffed, tjat all
poem": it refreshes the mind with new ideas ; Pope. no great .reason to lament.the alas I be U gone to that long home whence no THE* Subscribers invite the attention of Merchant requisite to sUit it, rapidity of grinding per nour, taken *- persons having elsjms, debts'WdemjiDda; against tb* ;

and there is something.In, .the sound oi scarcity of original writers traveller returns, mourned by men and by Mason New York,to their stock of goods, embracing into consideration, with its portability, and acap said Apalacbieola Land 'djitpaay, to or the
very H. W. P. JUNIUS, .1..Therefore le it retolvrd, That in the ,death of a complete variety in the above line, particularly tation to any power' now ia use.I cannot .but*. thiok lands known as Forbe's'-Portcase,if or upoa of,-
the any portion
names-places andperaont whomhe eelebrates Principal ctftke FaUahatsqe.C.tij 7&Y. Brother.McNealyrtftw community has lost one of it* adapted to the Southern trade, which they arc that ere long it will be successfully eUblishedin every the said lands, dtf present tfic Sauwwitte evidence

ithat'iowtjnderf y, pleating. the moat.eatuq3ble ci ieas&nd, this ,Lodge a shining prepared to sell at low prices for lash or approved State In the Union,if it does not entirely take th; thereof, to Hugh ArcherJr Esa,&3Ofth. Mast us -
e.AdmitaUthibnobetter'than-' 6redit STOW 4 SMAKT, place of the old complicated machinery; heretofore of this Court, at his ocilAthrcltj TallabaueV -
dantispsruityJyetjwill itnowa11ow: that Oormpondence of JbeJBaTtcnab Republican; 2..R*wivedThat while-we bow with submission to 128 Pearl SL,and 94 Wafcr St, N.w,Yyrk used... Yours" troly. STEPHEN MILLER! on or before the first dayorOf.tub.rDezt.snd; that' -

Alilton's learnfcg-dU him harm the the decree of Omnipotence whipb ha called him beuce, Jane 23, 1855. 2S-6m ,.., .' Road Flour Inspector of PhikdelpWa. the sail Master take proof of and jeftaro j a i
'any upon we deeply M,sjncwly bis kai that of This valuable.Iilcaa be. seen operation 'daily. report
a deplore ,
JACKSONVILLE, June 15th, 1655. as a the vaJK r ifd roo pt of and
hare npon
whof e; prbyide -ifapriears i "to- A improved t warm-hearted friend, and.a tree and (aitUful brquW -Justices' Court. at o.313 4rchLt.teetne.xt to. the TheitrePblla such cUIms. wob"fad'rdttn A.jpA ffcn that evtryof the : .
him iiizU rsM.bigh r Andthat The court of for Duval 3 Resolved, That token of Ills' from ten o'clock in the fore
; ; importance. Chancery, county in our respect for Nathaniel White T H HE 'defendants'.and all delphia, K n. 551(1 44taT do mmrr,4 bVi!loch tf. the said
it di Aw;-undeniable.-..- This poet is not Hon. \V. A. Forward jpresiding, has been irsessHin memory, we wear-tb usual badge of mourning for I J|. others, 'interested arc o'clock,and from: two'o'clock ijLfce -ierpoop.inUlfour claimants'or creditOTsor; their _, -

mora eminent for'strength and sublimity of genius siace .Monday last,: .Part of to-ilay thirty days that the jewel of tEe lodge be clothed in John C. Williams vs. and l keby., notifisd of the con ,by those wish.bg to purchase County certain or be informed are within th-Statka&I.
mourning &rtha same of end that blank rights! ., Tbeptentee. still hare'many of the JnostvilujJJlei
&an tjYlha; jrt.of hJsebhJpbdtioo, which has been occupied by.an.argurrwnt on, motion page in our record book space, be.inscribed time -with his a name Virginia C. Williama.T nceroentof.tbis suit, returnable Sut snand Couutifs for aaeanclwilIive all notice bypapers aorvertisemeprto fe De p1 blfe this
he owed*JJantyr'tera' fine taste, hatmpny, by-R. Dorman'Esq., for -injunction -upon aud.age uid be dedicated to his memory. to' a JuatiedCirt Jbe held at jTallabas* laUsfaction'relat'ive to it. Those desirous J f engaginc the published State and web*p&BUxd 4t '
and t City bf'.Nrw'Yorkltoall.claimants
and pailly tefaqatcnrate :knowlecfge of the the corporation Jacksonville: against-taxing A.Jie9oleed' That we greatly feel his low, sod tender see on to the the*th dav 'July Given 'Bextj undjrihy and to hand'abpear and seal in this promlsing.speeulatkin, will do,well to,call and tots f n n inTlraa tIer J nm m,i rTt* f *r or*-rdi-.&' .-*
same.
ancientsiJte f 6ivsjiai noof- the property,of the town to"meet the bonds, our heartfelt sympathy anU condolence this bu- plead ) kee i sVfuullun6reds are iqgdjay. .V ins i- paz '
Itu foribe issue.of.whith the voted the reaved family and kiodred.. i 1-j 'x.? thia215tda7'ofJineA.D)65&i I .* The prices which thePatentesreseflingotiuIyand t ; s es1tees-
been
teu; nifcatp4 iwijsatv&ju not people at DOf. OAMERpN, [arAu] pern
6. Rtteloed That a copy of the abyra preunbieand stales at,justify the..meat timid'fa urcbasiiig.and .
roeralyi4hertiranLx>fjiiympnorthe dt versified election lately heldjiere. Your readers will! resolutibas be sent to the cbiidren f.our deceased June 23, l85. Sni Justice'of the Peace. within the last few.'eekaqvprsixtj thousand dol- erty os to eiaI teat tW1m b 1beiv..ia

position of pauses, ner tW drawing oat of the remember tthat; the. pepple vpted jn favor oTthe brother,'add one tn the' Floridian
t anothcf;"iat IcsHs it town issuing' Dd'nds hi aldVf the4 Florida Centhitfciulrpad with* request to'poblsk Fifty Dollars Reward. patentees Edwin and JapeuM.GWtiijt&nfJ.remaining the timeabfsj ht4. cthgj
'to*the yalue $50,000.In? favorpf C ;, SAML.J; ERwTqHeere1a,7.; ANA WAY frou ''&be'S.ubsa ber in ,die 28th fApril in this city for some .time, for the purpose of(el-

idioms thsLoDstitutsthe. charm fi1t' ihu the.Ton CouHci actpdj and Hence T----- E ,lftst.a negro'inan,, named! ,EDVIUNA ting the entire United States. County and Stats
bj about 23 years old ivp feet woe or] Zen.iees kgb, vL -. .?5A ?, ti- .? causebattabth iijnt .rtfes .
vcreificati i.p.thcngbnany of iotitaton, tha-resciLio legal.tribunal TJcrftrJs A minority .- BXIAEY. wfgha about 180 Ibs, Coffee colored,has a pleant | *;Persoofl.writiug for informaUcn.must enclose shall vtoAieb before tl -'

when they p"biui these-or in tome'of against thii action of the t town-<-whichbersist DIED OA the 6tb alt, at Waukeena, Jefferson Co.- countenance, and baa a scar on oue of his shoulders, Stamp to pa/Return postage.A ti,{. .. demand* arebefoi-. pssiiv;

these have acquitted th nj. -in erei wMe"efr6rtrtQ"tiwart} 5t-r c4&LEs UBELtWWEofBeaufrt5.! 0, said,to hare been caase by, the bv h.' Said Negro June 2, 1855. and deliyg t.ta.ld) a'. ib. ,t 4

selves very.dj one rau a&dy fbi fully'alive tO.J4ro&1 &flO6ontbe,'disease, Typhoid'Dyscntery: was purchased in November fait, of Dr.Joseph wjpg,

.beds&mtkaILw; as mu ckcujiclkjJJ matters, arid are th ] jyojjp fond parents'feit themVefves of Montgomery County, N. C. It is'probable he"wu] 3D. .iie$
anvasig prg- The peculiarly blest io attempt to muke U war jwdc to N. 0, I will give a
as MUdbrecan ptnditoriva1hin1" vided for tike coiwtrnotion oRjjdsJuthjs: the prepldas gift of there $weet'and ioterestmg'Btdeboy. reward of 25 dollars for hisfcpprehenslop! delivery TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, '-
Pt.iffoniotisafter ublic questions there .-;' oj the opening trad- has- been pluokadj; bytaauadeVwd to toe orb! safe oonfioebbedC ui any jail so'ttatj aahitrf 'A/b .- -
*
aU&kt Jp will be -'untimely death, the happy, tooting and again. I-will gite a farther reward off26 flp&ui 1.a1etna : -

*methiug in thIs c&cU'& hopiog'parents have been painfully txrWL Y,t how for*robf sufficient < con vkt any white person ifuar'. : :
every consoling to their lacerated beans,that He who iiiforraation '
ed but of th the gare. boring orcouOeftlioghim.- "Aut r.epectiag ___ 4" -$ ;: c. ike
aacientoi&s- routes of taF;
by s carQfir7 county upon took him war, ere biiriigelic? said boy Uini fullr received.' sC PEAC -.-

ten,particukriy flmesouthadIs Plato, thtidivz the propejy hol era, had
wiji YoteTtcieive$ t betaz d or thI eofrot'Thior! iskh' tbV- Lord eclartt1 t ,- -4tJ 'Drs with th evi
tir. '
named inch ir*:tiff -children of yoor'God, '-TheJH av ulr tQtJfl'e. i&A, e -' u' iM 41. d
by a Iw najorFty. Jn'CoIum.bia tbT3lMtcrTallahassee
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pose
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Bbceidb tAbet'th!$ bisocL
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to pro?* 2&aTcopgtrgeqon coqnty Commienonen have ordered iod balds the oQDototxr
an 'greenfri astiaresi fcotr ,-itiu .
w -.
mgucr 'Cl Q'ba'hifedboIyia''townjr"E 50Qo.uQo1bi.
of-lfi verse %fJbi r-16' am* of Kt rrerbBStin*love Tt*writ,(Jrassursd .xaooa q4i1Mt. -. ''I ,
; : MAilreatt ison i .. 'rH'2 eu renders o
have good re oJiT..u..t 1I1:1 wiIlothepe inTrgwk tlist.in_j the_LL aeotimeat of J b,*Tb *Lord gaTevandr Juiie l a !85Sit.4L...M.- '?' "t-'V ; :2000 -' Plar d'I: 1

.- &n th., In t-.ukI Ru& --- taken awsyed4 btb.wd.athe .imH -;- i .SOa11s fjaftpr Oil,,lfou-1.- .-- -- --
bered1 A meeting4fkMi i 1I at Alligator ita' submiasJreraeqot SMhVteI, wiH l tie closed uutil, the et'irsMthbertiett :& i200 I May 26. I 8 2 '1f"rY-
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I 1tatun. ; '_ J1O'I. f DISCOI If'QF: TII AGE.ROFOEWOODoffgn ', MER1kNr; T An *ittbf&i ; ," .z. 'i .
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rpj dMTxied u-tmea grve DOt ce&hat'tbe S&bc4 will. '
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iif IJBKM into.two aeawc -oI haabecoon-grejrpermaaactlj' to'"aq- ; othar v..lii asiai wpplj-.ol.I'all aad 'i.lkii11f. '- '
JL tt t, Le first commencing'vb-the i coder tht wrveftot tfedeaee tad dfeeetioa of lb.av.uamefImtt1emn toal color-bring*it Out wbert f It b'goo*,and 'arrests' nGd.-.U !,1tida w..ftleetfl, brthiieU t 'b.." ft J. ;. 'wPH..riA! : .

? 'Ih of Jaly. n44ng on the 20th of D.oimb.r ib Uday Wnt : it where it u falling off. dean the heilofth.daodrttff .!NeW York,'aod purchased po. t the ft-joud Mn'ne tin the iWkof and The general; dpe*tioQ4 MCTM in tbt'Institution '' 'Wot 8vpen ectolhlar.
un February and itching. removes all'neooe and terms, nmoy'of them arredoc d price*,wh eh will enatte '
'. odiog OB the"19th of JulvL .. will embrace. English io all' its branches includiug den the alp pcrfe tlj healthy by'eruptioM, the ren- hitn,to supply,bU customers and all J who may fa DC: dcl. m.' V.gs. '. -illsJ & i 1iidf W "

,t 'I)1I+CWdwts-art jinAed.iuto,fcur CoUege eLieeea.Tli .- .. .Rbetorie.'lbcie&t i and Modem Hftory,' Ancient organ tw their original taor restoring and atrefigtb and ecredvc tour )hi A 'with a call'either for 'cash' or approved posed in part of the following,artiol**: fill -CiaU it 1.u.JICtf: tIC ::

1 *,Annual.Cwmaupcvmeut take place VG the WedCoI.'A -, tod Modern Geography,Wijtihgv Book-Keeping.;Arithmetic thus aupply nutriment *nd oolorfng matter to it_ credit at' pfitea, certainly low. I hot lower than Fine Black Dress Frock jOoaU.\ ? .f. cej'

Dt1J 1urtIi 2OLbUUUI7.1k ,' .. ,"AJg braJ; Geometry/jjtahv and spherical Tri It hoes not color the .hair, but u, in shorts, perfect- any house in.this city. ,They w part consist wf II Black and COrd SiogU BraUiBninea a F ',lief.1, ; 41f f1i.pot .If"I .

: .v ACADEMIC STAFF. goftometry;: with their application to'Alt.ruD my, &c. Hair inrigurator and Tonic. staple Coati 1 ii.'a.J
Fancy Dry Goode'Statiooetyl ._
Fansy mtr 'j 'r. .- .d.1' .: .
4 : y 13TWThY. A. M. Sup.rbteodet and : The Greek and. Latin Language. with Greek and To the young.who so much admire the beautiful Boots and Shoes Drugs and Perfumery, Black and Colored Cloth OfttMtita-; t rIfiJMI eN&; 4 W1III'
lock and ringlet.be feels that be will be
Pi: Piokr.d dMttheth&tc. Roman Autiqoitie also the 'German,and pardoned if Hardware Saddlery, N Black Doeskin Pan&
French
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,
. he offers the advice aaggetUd stUd : ,'II. :6o1
":. cPtLsA)1cL Jo't8, TJ. 8. A. Cotnttaadaat. of .Julian language* will be taught to .ll pupil whose by long aDd x- Hollow Ware. :;rooeneo .Favcj aad-Cord Cawmure Pants = ,
t "C tentive oboerratiuiia it is to discard all O 1fJ
. r.orZpenu r.- paztcta dsfo such a 'outs. of instruction. Tb. City ; cologne> and Crockery & Glass Ware, Iron and steel. N Blackand Fancy Sflk'Vesfs, IICJ r \_

.' Mr. V... W. MGt. ?rise *f fteack 11i.tu- Counofl..together with"tb*'following n&rnodgctl.eu atimolating oil kit, the hair,and keep always upon the Huts and Cam, Bagging and Rope Faag Y Velvet" do. aptedll, 11ij Mar .
.: "' toilet,a bott. of the restorative occasional Bonnets and Trimmings Oil o( thia medicJoe. __
: >' rrT r.Mr. eompn tb. BaIrd of Trustats m: use Paints Ac, &Q. do. Cms. do. Cashmeres, ,
'f' TLlL BW5T. AL>t. Tntmer 'of Cbesustrv 1*. C&iuxa:O. Eiruaa FaDeD Xma aDd we can safely predict,that henceforth silver lock Men and Boy's Clothing, '.' Wbita llamillM do. D.B. BUD mBnttcnr

L -.' aa*:Btefr* Lktrtar J. WAYU* & AJIVAX O1Vys and bald bead will be unknown: for although the October 14, 1864. 41 -AlSO' -- .. .' i-Tii&w'ouma Al1
: ": Mr.:J. B.:GOOnwnr.1'rctdl' c.'IJI J Kraxscr. D. 0. rose may blossom upon the downy cheek-the dark W 'Black--i ilAIL 4SedVpitMt 1eC1.1"
& VYoox MwrtmcBt Cravat -'.
A fine & Start*,Collar *. tD '
<.pt: w.t-BLiCCAamtait Profswor of KatbCadel cy.be ever so piercing and the teeth those of pearl Mary W. Wage, 1 Leon Circuit Court Iav .
.
Bu. 7.11w
r 8 D. kNxIL Ti'z H1UIfoWl till if UM natural fluids be withheld from }VChnnoery White aDd Colored Kid ad 8flk Gloves tell! cdjut- f Vcdib'isI 1 '
thAti the
,1 g! R.S.C Uff.'A w'. T *cb r.A. KOUCAM EkrrL. and io eonsequeucx it becomes first dead and harsh hair, James Wage ) 01 for direre. fag Stock Cotton and Mtrteo T7ad am. r-aitta.Tbtwd, JMM.: .ds.. W6Aq.M.tsal't.DAr .
Drawer Lbb 4 .
ts
. Brown Fancy. Xtoa ;
'. CCS5ZLL.TL a SvtMoTW TERMS.'ruition then grey or fall off nature will be robbed of morethan appearing to.the Satisfaction of the Court,that tWe..aw .
White and Colored Bad tUrt aQof
:
:., ,,: }a.thttttea is voder tW dirtetkia and tnanacwot *- j b Clatsie*,tbe higher branch of Matbemat- half its charm; and, although it u a sovereign IT above named defendant James Wage,resides Heat which offered to Cambric rwtaocftbU* ta'IDIl 'J7JIp-ki1al: $ I

1.,1* : : fft Board of 'IVatM to conjoM&o with aBst bCI, Natural ScieaC4,4c.alo io the Modem Lauguag reroeJy for those who are gray as well as those who out of the State of Florida, it i fa ordered that bearing and"warranted art tbpabHoon offered iD't.b.1I1Wbr; 1a& .

ii ..J vf Vi $if. ifpoloUd by tUOrrcroor of the abets mentioned, p r annum, $80 are bud,still all see the propriety of making only oo the facto charged Maid bill. be bad on the let can aDd examin a*.goof a* faflO" JJ"_

' 'f But: Tnxtlne i ka English bnuicbe act included in thu suck nu application to the hair and scalp on is calculated day of May, A, D, 1865 : Provided, That copy of. Nov. --4,1154. .cMri1c..._a. alatt--

!. .b H V aa jet of the"Lfglslatort ef tbi State tM Inrti- abov- $lS, to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy'state. thIS order be published in tome newspaper printed b ec ray frs bee liD a4 .1.-9.

', ., tuk.t fiuca 11M :Gcofral ,GevemoifBt 140 THOMAS HAYWARD, IttJjnt.Aptfl Fran tht Editor of the Real E tate Adocrtiter 27 Tallahassee for the apace of three month before the DR. A. C. ftleCASTff, deal_oflatMlO'.. tt4".'IftIiI. "
1Zi :: Ca Jet v-M".bw knd aeoootram\. aid a field BatUry 58,.1855. 17 School-Street. day appointed for said bearing. wt ii
bsba4. --rlr
; c oi t'rn' of f"or -potodtr Brass pieces and two Chambers, Feb 1, 1865. HomoBOpathlo Physician. assist "
BOSTON UM tin &
A. PERRY AMAKER March 20, 54.Prof. MUM *Of
cs\ twelve pounder Howitura,. J. WAYLKS BAKER, Judge. the residence of JTodf lfe atata n <
:,! Tb ..9.ipiuteod 9t a>d the Coarmindtntare grad- Wood: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely Eeb. 3, 1 855. fi-3m. OFFICE of MocUcello ilL Tvn tss'amfo o ajr *2boV.Tb ,
tW J .
ATTQBHSY -'i
AT LAW I was induced. weeks IIdMr1 .I1ti $.
quite since
l rites of Wect PoI ..d u both of them have bad gray some to 28 1855. Xn 1? .

f that
'-t1 : y be auured t&t tw gor mrnra& 4ucrplitM aad May 21. 183. 20 than two bottles but the gray hairs have all disappeared Notice. Lr.nrreMIday'or.
: t *ou-M "ttndics of toe lasUUitioa will be strictly eo- ; sad although my hair has not fully attained MojrncKixo, JEFFERSON COU TY.A Iia 0et0M 1at&:essti. ..,,".

. ftetd. .. O. P. HOLLAND, i lU original color, yet the process of change ia gradually notice the SIX MONTHS after date. the ondenigoed admia- .. wrappenirdtt. aadwoodtrful ..
;
J 5 TERMS: '. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, going on, and I have great hopes that in a snort time I THE that undersigned be has give refitted the to Hotel pub in of the estate of H. B. Bradford. 4tc a*< cures pirrnad .1ev'*ZzaM.YaL
; hair ed,late of Lion County will fibibit his final want 10. Xfcak tad 5arnWar., '
my will be as dark as formerly.! I have also been uetl.4iaodecta 1ft"
:1 t1 Board.: .Washing.' ru l. Light*. Music modi4 Monticello
,
c. Newman
Qninej, Florida, much at tbe formerly kept by Capt. and vouchers to the Hon. Judge ot Probate of Loo
gratified healthy moisture aDd vigor of t, Itela
Wion
: Ail other cootiugeet r i4 : :nilnf.. ,Q a4raoe. f11t &0< WILL practice in the Coarti of tb. Middle Cir. the hair which before was harsh and dry, and It baa of November. The house is now in thorough by County and ask to be du h nred. to xaj great tatco' DfPt.iJi aQ b* Miu

: .. .. S3reOs foe per annuo; I5iOOdesiring : and Jackion and Franklin Counties. ceased to come out as (nrnicrly.RepectfulIy and will be so managed &II to promote the comfort repair ofijuests EDWARD BRADFORD, JLdznhibtrator.. mad I.ooU HMO aD w. ;

t1 Fr1rn. further hit rnJ4tK>n,. no obtain a October 23. 186: 42 tf yours, D. C. M. RUFF. and boarder Attached are good stable, April 14,1855. 15 6m., two :\VIW.- izt2 suy"

;:;* -S rpy of-RegulMionl addressiog the SuperiaUo- CHICAGO, May 1, ':-.-I have used Prof. Woods where every attention is paid to bone Term a* NoticeIS bad -.rl'an r-w. ..H.n.. .
oe
A.; '., ANDREW J.HANSELL, See',. ATTORNEY ATMONTICELLO LJ\W hair from coming out. gives it a glota and softness share of custom id respectfully hereby given that at th.o.zt seaSon ef UN General tow/ Ixtnct of.YtBnr Dwok aDd ruiaiEs./tad

rj. .. Marirtti <*a. May i9. 1855. 50-3m 1 I very desirable. The few gray hairs I had Lave IOlicited.C.. BLESS. Assembly of the State of Thrida,,to be 'held' i DOW oooaidcr my*.lf weD.

, SO. 1863. FLA.July I entirely d&llLppe ed. .Others of family have us d Monticello, October 28, 18 4. ly 43 at Tallahassee in November nest.application will\Ie I entreat all,otthe affieted to try .t&i* m. ;'
.
, .t : 7. "Notion.Jl 30 11 jan I it, and coucur witb me iu pronouncing it all it professes made to amend the Charter of the'City of Apalacli- lor 'i.Do T u.vm .any uowa 4is ID.

t" I''to be. HENRY A. CLAilK cola. B. F. workLLa y-aaiJt, all..ta. prtjadjet sad
Michigan Avenue AGENCY OF THE /ETNA CO.fpHE NOURSE { jot tn k
U f : LL pereona indcUed tor Ux &UU of J&1nN N. NEW YORK INSURANCE H. B-TAYLOB I CQJ1l1Pli t. and proatalm Ita.utrutthexiI '&'WoI1h Co tattrtkf Boated aflj

j. J\. Lea,Tata of Madison'O outy.decrased arc h repaymeut BREWER & CALDWELL, I'JlOF. WOODS' ORItKTAL 8ENATIVE LINUU T. undersigned, Agent of the above C/ompaoy.; 8. BENKZET.Apnlachicola ) take It,Ibr ft'wiH art tbtta, .

3c4 '; by 1.frL, idok to ate. Tboss having SUCOE8SORS A CO will receive application for and make insurance 23, 28] 1855. 1? ; koxnrn la a larg portico'of&n&
'. .r auu.aI&eiai estate requested to present them TO CENTER This Liniment is valuable auxiliary to the treatment against low by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, April [ dfyell'aod AMalaaa had"ii'
1 -
Ii :i wi MG tW440i scriDe I J iiim- .ibis uutkc will GENERAL COWnSIO.MERCHANTS I of some of the must formidable disease with Furniture,Merchandize tc.
: or ,
: .pr < y which it is our lot to contend for instance inflama- Leon County Iron Works, doubt the abe cor,t iavit tb m ta aQ s o aw,_
k. 4 ad in )IIrof1b.ir'reooyerj. T ; : January 29. 1853. 4 B.C.LEWIS.
J':4I T
; Xo..20. OLD SLIP.Miy tion of the and bowels. t[wiU show them tb* acara be iraad iD'taDa.to
lunge TALLAHASSEE no'RIDA.THIS
By a thorough and contiuued ,
rt!1 : ,1'ilO !AS M. ANDERSON Sheriff miJ.'from'8toft'iJ'i'
IS, 1364. 19 of this Liniment wom.Co. ;., Alabama, OM
Jy application the of DR.
over regions LEWIS Establishment -
r9 *, cx-ojficio AcLn.i. trator. U zwln foil op rstion. AH RZ2TAJAB Bt1 3ia..

"t: .1snLMarcb1Z,1&5.. ; "11 Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. the at affected once disarmed organ, the of otherwise more thuti formidable half their diseasesare terrors RESIDtNT DENTIST, all work done will with be oeatoeat attended ADd to with dilp.t.cb..All protnptaeaaad .me Yellow, Deck aDd SampariBa II Mwfiarl .a
for female ;
of
't" TALLAHASSEE PLA.IS dapted dtilieato Wlb mv&ugQlarity :
A4; ... Notice. BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes 100 particularly among children, and thousands of mothers kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work of menUroal

1 ; ;' persons indebted to tW estate of Starling 100 Kegs White Lead, pure, extra .
Au 8 barrel Linseed Oil eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united new and improved principle with Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Bras pprI.s.Ip '
, "a : _, ILef Madisoo Count,, -': are easioo a gnat Dumber ot *rt&iM tf[
'f7.i1 heryiiii J ,'uke paynicnt me. Those hav.ingel"mi 6 Lard OH. testimony to the fact that it has snatched their chil-- continuous gums, from one side to the Castings tc.; also, Sugar Kettle, of any size kept formic of the above description.. aarartMJtt awM tffieted f-
dren from the jaws of dt.tb. aud restored themto other without seam or crack for the .
"Of:" against' said e Ute are required to presnat 20 Kegs Zinc Paint very leaving no place constantly on hand. All work done in such wtablka.ment that a bottle'or two oi Dr..GuJMVa Itntiv
: them w thi.\e-iiinei pr tic< SO package Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and } bbls.) their former health and beauty. Again it will be l lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly will be done by aa, with a particular regard to of Yellow:Dock.aod SanaparOk|at sass rfnlatdifficultie .
1 ": "ill be IIAaiu1iArr their rec 9'ery. 2 barrel Train Oil 1 bbL Copal Varnish found a powerful auxiliury in removing what is generally life like, and restoring the original contour of the face, the strength and dui ability of the work. theM *aDd reoeW'the adural caerglea.-

,. --THOMAS-M,-ANDERSON. Sktrif Spirits Turpentine, in barrels and at retail. known us an Ague Cake,or au enlargement of so as to defy detection. He will attend to all rails Competent Workmen always ia readiness to put op IJI' NvpiD qM1. 1 -a.
the indeed in all where io Middle :Florida for Full
spleen, cases the external Setts. Those Full
2 iF ;: .- .n'dtxpfficio Jidminbtrafor.Madison D. H. AMES. application wishing Engines. &. SOld WboIeaaJ. a.aJ1tIcai1 by
SJ C EU- cb.17..18 11 November, 1854. 45 U of service this Liniment will be fvuud u_e- Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for SCOVIL MEAD. 'Ill CHAfiTJt'tfT, -1!. 0

t .:. fut He will warrant in evety instance, satisfaction, and cash or accepted orders oo some business firm.in this General Agents far lbs'oheza&Afes I._
I
: : '!. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. raor. WOOD'S VEGETABLE VACIL LIFE rILlA.I I prices. to suit the times. Terms Cub, or when calledfor. place. Liberal price gaid Sot old Iron Copper and all order most b* addrBd. '. t. ,?:

:.:t L 1.rASLS.' ad1a.Key Vest Salt; BLlS.<"ELD.May30'liS. Prof. O.J. WooDDearSir Brass. W"" Tor isle at mIrth,Drag Star** ia TaSafcuut,
June
24. 1854.
': .t., .LJ .,10 sack Liverpool Salt; GROWTH OF 1854. :-As we have used and seen used for a number 25 All letters must be addressed,(post paid) to and it OM ia ehT1.To9abJ Sob..

t'-;. Law&lg-4041 ('* ulq by .; RUTABaga, Flat Turnip Cabbage. Beets. Lc., of years, jour Vegitable Magic life Pills.-we are prepared WHITE & SLUSSER March J. M. SHINE 4. Tahlshis.ie" J'ebraary'U..l8U..a ..1Aadr .- 'Ia _
18M. 10
D. IL AMES. to recommend them 11.
.1 : ,_ .McNAUGHT 4 orowND.i to the public as superiorto w.S.Ganrl flat Cirrait. la a.
.: .: .:a;, 1854. 51 January 131855. all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Comer, P. B..BdOKAW'8.LtY f.f..L.a) -

... > which the/ are recommended: Tin, Sheet Iron, Brittania Jf Japaned-\\are. Lewj.Curtattc&i iTT
:. ( Sjv. Establishment ki Tallahassee. COTTON PLANTER'S' B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albro, P. Jacobs, liD ULI _TULII '
.
tb
Orin Sussell appatriegio Court ly afidavHoa4&fc.
Buzzel Edward
Spencer Gilber. John Parlor' Dud Wood
i '"HE Subscribers would respectJL VV areSO"l1se.TILLIH18SEE Albro, Lucien B.Sweet Elias R. Sweet. John Hucnr Cooking, Stoves, TALLAHASSEE .!A. X.eaa,tha4 U following aaad dtftadaat b tb*

'':: fully announce to the eitizeus of o ft, Nathaniel Gilmore James H.Pine, Wm.Johnson- JUST received all trimmed and iu complete 4-. above cue reaid Out of tb* fitat*-of Florida aad nt

, '.t.l 1 Tallabajseei Florida aod the ad- FLORIDA Johnson Williams O. Lawson, C. Farrar, D. Landers., of tbe latest improved patterns and "Proprietor would in- of the Middle :Cirenit of fbi ad iatb pie..*

., o wur Cunntif olG .. tbd thev have onened. a PBOF. WOOD:-Dear Sir and for sale at reduced prices, and will defy competition fITHE his friend. ADd the. hereinafter *iKnat ria.Bxhard Ogden .iT

4: CLOCK AND WATCH Shop on- Monroe Street,!f To COTTON PLAYTEJUJDiofAer, ofthit and the adjoining i the effects of your:Having Vegetable used Life experienced fur ueatnets, durability and service. that be has rebuilt his Anderaoo/aod SUpheaCambf ..& resid ia tl.

t .. twu doea below McDougnlfs Book Store.:where they Countittin 17,a.and Georgia: Pills iu my family I will say that as a family Magro medicine House Work. large Brick Stables at the old! stand and u DOW 3taU"of New York; Cbarlc Blade who resides I tb*

will be ready at all times to do every description Gf the undersigned subscribers, return to you they cannot be valued too highly. I have used Roofing, Ornamental Heads for Gutters Guttering, prepared to accommodate his friends and oostomers. State Lof&maa; Charlotte E Oedd' Oecrzt 7.

,. work in their line. Chronometer. Duplex. Patent Lev WE most grateful thanks for the liberal them m several bilious attacks and inflamations and Tin conducting Pipes, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead Lead, He also baa attached to his .Stable, a good Black GeddeErio William Lraoa liarj Uargarat Lttl*
very
w er.Cyliuder aud common Vertical Watches repaired patronage which has been bestowed upon us, through I will say that their virtues cannot be too highly appreciated Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop Work of every description smith Shop. where be will have bore done all kiodsof Charlotte Cuzoming LcaE*, Zleaaof Sinclair Lnb
S at the shortest notice; ako jobs and Clocks of every your kindness since we have been engaged in the for in every case they have speedily triumphed I done with neatncea and despatch. Plantation work. Horse shoeing,aad Carriage work in Janet Leslie or Puobar, Mary Leslie or .

...- tkscription. By strict: attention to.busioew, they are : Cotton Storage Weighing Selling Bueiueas iuvtbis over disease, and hence I feel in duty bound I City and Country Merchants find it to their ad the very boat manner and with promptness and dtspateh. lelta Leslie crrownMargars,Van Jbrle or Bsseo.
determined "thai iutnt thall Jis: ti-rcL" William Leslie Imbaeh Helen Oonuaio* Imbacb and
go away ;
; and offer to recommend them to all. vantage to give them a call before purchasing else-
services
city again They
we the
our ensuing season operate perfectlyeasy
N. B. Good work Horse and ,Buggyfor sale at 6mooth' November 5, 1853. 44 Margaret St-Clair :Black wba neW.. arop.; and
credit. at our old stand and hope that our duty in the producing no uneasy sensation yet their D-ra wbee.tSf". I Walker Anderson who raid ia the Wt.ru Circuit
of business tion is thorough and I satisfied! that N. B. All our articles are manufactured from
J. C. HALL A CO. performance jour heretofore has been so ; am nothing more I Wines Syrups &c. oC Florida.It
discharged to in most cases, is than these valuable the best material and warranted durable-no ,
March tf 12 secure your patronage and influencein necessary pills, very i is ordereitbat laid de odaota do and .
24.1855. to and other will be offered for sale. Otard Brandy, ...Worcestershtr Sauce appear
the future. Very Respectfully, II perform a speedy triumphant cure.Respectfully OLD
I. answer the bill of complaint filed io this cue, that is
Port Fresh Lobster
BROOME i HEIR. Yours, Ac, October 21, 1851. 42 ,
Goods. defendants who
Spring. Madeira Shai1, to say the said above named rid
,
.. "Gamble" September 301854. 89 J. B. SAXQER. out of tha Stat.tat in the United State,whiio far
Subscribers receiving For Sale.I'OUR Clams
pHE are per O. J. WOOD CO. Sherry,
and other recent arrivals, complete London Porter.II HaJUbut month from the publictkp of Uu, order; the d.
J. Reuington a ,
-" Admistrator's Notice. Proprietors, 695 Broadway, New York. email Farms in Wakulla County containing eodanta above named who reid m Europe within
Assortment Goods suited to the Spring and 8amnuv Scotch Ale Sardines
p4 1U Market Street St.Louu. 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and nine month from the of' this .order and
consistiug in part ofHats. .4 LL persons having demands against the estate of Brandy Peaches, Toioatoe Ketchup, publication ,
bCAsoe.
D. H. Ames
-7 Agent Tallahassee, 1 1a. out bouses on the same. Enquire at this office. the defendant who resides bUM Western' Circuit
-T3L Bernhardt Loeb, late of Jefferson WaloQt.
deceased will
Brandy Cherries
February 10. 1855. 6 October 1-1, 18)4 41
.;. tale notice that they must present them to the under. Guava Jelly Spices within.two meoth; provided that publication of this

Fine Palm Leaf Canada.French and English Straw, signed duly authenticated within the time prescribedby JOHN W. EVANS New Establishment. Currant do. Pickles order be mad.one a week for thua above EsoiUd

I 1'ilUet" Blavk Legboru Super. Panama Misses and law, or this notice will be plead in bar of their re Preserved Quince, Raspberry Syrup for the;appearance ei the dV bodaot* above named ,

.j I lAJICIi Bloomers,trimmed auu untrininied.Clothing covery; and all persons indebted to said estate are ATTORNEY AT LAW, DYEING SHOP &O. Pears Strawberry M wLa reside ia to.U&lUd StaU*.aad' OM a awiti for

.: -. hereby notified to make immediate payment to the BAirVBlUDGE, GEO Ginger Lemon II the period above limit.lot the appearance* of the
.: attention undersigned have opened a Dye Shop ifl Tal- defendant above named who reside m lorcpc
undersigned. E. E. BLACKBURN, give prompt to all business en THE Sparkling Gelatine Ginger .
:; Sacks, Frocks. Paletots and Pants of Drap dEte] May 12, 1655. 19 8w Administrator. WILL ted to his care, in the Counties of Thomas three doors South of the old Union Flavoring Extracts Pine Apple OmMFT -

Alpacca Qaeou's Cloth Ca s.mere, Planter's Linen. Decatur, Baker Dangberty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. Bank, and are DOW prepared to execute with dispatch Spanish Olive,' Salad Oil, J. WAYLES BAKER,JodftMarebia
.: Grass aud Brown Linen, Marseilles, Doe Skin, Cotton. Administrator's Notice. February 17, 1855. 7 tf and in good BtyU., all 1 kinds lIf business in their line. English Mustard, Caper, 1855. 4m 1 m Jlew.*. 10
._.4 aJe,Ac. Also ve U,Sbirtu,Undershirts.Ties, Cravats, They served a long apprenticeship to the trade in T
-. ; de. k months after date, the subscriber, late Sheriff and Claret, fcparklmg Cider SNUFF AND"-TOBACCO.
.. SIX Europe, thoroughly understand the businecs, and .
Lou LONG & GALBRA1T1I Tobacco. Old Port Juice. -
: County and Ex officio Administrator of .e.
are prepared to it oo in all its deputmenta.They
Shoes and Boots. carry '
the estate Jennette Havana Segsrs D. IL A1IZ3. :
Patterson late of Leon County ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. preteud not to be able to make new clothes out PETER LOR1LL.VRD,
yZ A complete aMortoMoi. Togctter with fresh supple deceased will exhibit his accounts and voucher before November 11.1855 45
of old ones, but they can renovate bats and ,color 4 'crATTfA
LONG 4 J. B. OALBRAITH have caps No. ) WTO2Z'
of l'rovwins, GlO .' Dry Goods Hardware the Hon.Judge of Probate of said County and apply MA. ossoci- dresses and cleanse. all of Jot1c ,
.- Wood-warc, endTnyUons of all sort Which we offer for a final discharge from the administration of said themselves in the practice of Law. They i. thoroughly sorts clothing, QUCCESSOB3 of Ptrra A'Gsoaoz. LoasiokO
-. : -' for said oo usual terms,"rod to the inspection of"hich estate ALFRED A. FISHER. will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme woolens cottons, linens and silks: -in short{they GaD THE co partnership of TUNNO FINCKNEY 4 offers for aal* all load SNUFF aad TCKiO-
; extract stains from kind cf cloth rep.fr, clear..i8aud
friend aod Courts and the District Courts of the United every .having beeu dissolved, the subscriber will COS in 'For Prict ftgttW
gebanl CM. ,
.. 4t : ; we reflptctfullvhivite our very good patron May Cth, 1855. 18 6m polish anew, such articles as usually belong to Ii.die&s rtartiriilara *
States Tallaliassee.
r it.. the! Public. at continue theFACTORAGE San obtained by addreasing ,aa This iabishment >
and toilets. All their work will be
McNAUGAT t ORMOND. Office opposite the Court House. gentlemen's & COMMISSION BUSINESS ia one of the oldest of tbc kxbd io U* PflfcdSUU
4 Bounty Land Warrants, October X8,1854. warranted, and they hope by attention to business to .
lyNotice. _
; -1 Newport,:-March 17,1855. 11 at the higJittt price. and procured _ _ _ merit the patronage of the community in which they on his own account. R.. Q. PINCKNET, Feb.L IT. 1 855. 7-ly

e :.. .Groceries.T jBOUGIIT 1 who have not been able to establish j have cast their lot. Their terms will be cash and rea Office NOKTH C JilJlIJ.CLU. Wa.u.F.0 -
". \ If have received lees I sooable as the times will admit. Ladies and gentk-, New Goods. .
Lf ST received per"Wax R.Petti*from ft w Or!tuns, any a amount ALL persona indebted to the estate of Dorothy S. meD arc respectfully invited to call and examine their REFEBENCES.WEBB. .
e. J 75 buLs.superfine Flour, than they were entitled to. Jet me kuow it. Having : !, are requested to pay the same to the '1 T HAYS joat r Miv t.d aiy9f la1! sad Winter

..::4 .' (0 extra (amity Flour. bad fouttera yean experience in the prosecution and undersigned and Lie baring claims to present them workMay 20, '55. FRANTZ KREMMER 4 CO. tN4LUUW A Jon FXUS& Co. 1 i supply 01 ctbi C.mars.VI'1L !_

.'..) C blids. Hugar, settling of Govercment claims,I understand fully the for payment within two years from this date, or this Goua N,MJITTBIXSSSM dc Co. .'" color. atjk,'aad :4uelItbieb Lpt a

: 1' Sides, way and means getting through the various Department notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.J. Executor's Notice. Charleston September 9, 181 .U tf_ &rtd't rnrnk* up la the neat faibo&iI 1&1ei-

.1 1 Shoulders.: at Washiugton. 1 have iu my possession GEORGE ANDERSON, Adaftor. sbort notice and reaaooabl'ttn&a
; .o .Plain record evidence of 226 Florida 87 Alabama, '120 ApriI28I85 8w 17 ALL persons having claims or demands against.or Copartnership Notice. -ALSO.
: Hams '
k .6 betide South Carolina and Tennessee interested in the estate of Matthew J.
Georgia "
ter undersigned bay* this day entered into a co- '
., .:.. v 6 tierce Sugar cured do. Rolls of persons engaged In tbe Florida War. If you Painting. Allen lately deceased, whether as creditors legatee THE ia the A 7J1t5. Al'fD'WD."tJ D.JI .TOCS OSREADY.MADECtOTHlNO

'I' '0 bUs.Whiskey, hav any Quarter Master Pension or Bounty Land or distributees, are hereby required to present themto ..
,
': r,.f O'folasses, Claim*, call ia. So charge if I obtain oo money.. \;. H. HARRIS offers his services to the -itizena the undersigned executor of the 'last will and tee WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i CoaaiitiDiol'fi ?' nsa4 W"|tf' *tor..

4J 1'J .:0 MecsFork. 0. H. BLOOD. 1'.1. of this place and country as n Paint*.. Lie is tament of said deceased, or to Archer 4 Papy; him authorized :DaVa.B u I9 ZNESS'Il1tDJ:1 neb M.CUka.Talmai| ,.O la.-ye ta Pot ,..

.I' 2 boxe Lemon*, N. B.'FtrSont with unsettled business with himself prepared to do work in that line of every deso iption. attorneys. within two year from this date NAME AJTD STYLE OT 'which jtW.AlorabugoUofPlAlaandFairx,81arKO. .
TUE wi11b..disp.deV -
cured :
'.:- :. Sugar Tongoet or Richardson Ale invficd to call without delay at and in such a style as cannot fail to give satisfac or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; !
ft M bt Spanish Segara, office (over Messrs Button Whitaker's Store tion. Applications can be left at Mr. Pratonous and all indebted to said eetat will please BARNARD'& MAXWELL. '-".
'I ," n.: '-tRoU'.tter my ,) persons UfiderslurU,CrjirMa,.Qtbdca;Hol *74fl, fe. ,
tk. .. ,1.1\I w- b Store or at Zucker's Harness Shop. immediate "" *
Tallahassee Fla.ty make ; '
1 payment.EGBERT 'will i/u .d.w. oat-al UUdaJ&
4 PorsItbjZl ,BEBBY 4 BOWLES.LiaolLF rpHEY, be"pl d to see' their &AipW Ir"ti" .
February 2, 18Ci5. 3m 8
Bourn woe, Act of.Mard13, 1 855.Agentswho G.ALLEN Exocutor. .13\.. Lw
: 18W. JL ..frieuds and 't na'at the old stand own rotm s by&iiat..Ci .
.11/
.. :u'v. fai-cb.. prepare cases cent In oar addros,will be charged NoticeS April !1, 1855. 8w 16 .: 'of E. Barnftrd, ..JrHiigooftbiIorUreor* tide have!b JMe4 wh gres*" 014 .
.
f 2 wr inereaae, and (4 for for .
onJy DeW eases our fee, ..
,
:t loo, frt Court. !aer of Monroe and Clinton' *tr* U, tf br* apcW pea
iit ltosa..0 Bptt. i -
'- for prorating their Warrant Form and Records' x months. after date the undersigned executor of 'Blacksmithing. tun.beral ..,. .- JOJiUf.'f Bf..
V. Iq,Cbaocery.Foleoa UieywiUeepI ;.rtm., !fP-r* 'n ,
4 w. '
fr"f the estate of Miles Potter
oa deceased late of .
: 4.l:1
i Ihth 11. Dtid't" ) Bill for Diroree. C. H. BLOOD. TaUuiUMn FLA. Washington County will present j bis final account, and TTAOHED to my. Livery des'appertaining to their, liu* of.-'-.and olidt ktob V1U4.! :

s ,. ir appearing to the catkCaetkoof .UM Comi that ALEX. H. EVANS 4 CO, WASHEfonw D. C. voucher and ask to be duchaiged from the tame.8HARPLESS BA' Stable Blacksmith Shop the,pattooage. ofthcir' E'BARNAR'kJ.' DRY OOSDRY'OODS4'D .

1.u*above named dcendaat.Elizabeth H.', 1Wch 81,18551" 13 Cm EVANS,-Ex'r. ; all kind.of work apperi '
( :. resioijtifthsSLatsoU1of1da1tM orderad thai February 8, 18666m taming to that busidet t is doue in good style at short I G.TBOUFl1UW.w.! EttoN 'W11r1'A I MMb' <

'! '.' a bearing 011 tJie &cU charged fa said bill be bad oo notice and on a* reasonable terms a*,at any other Peruary1(4.)1854.AdItrat) (. ) (' __.; jL Rernidgons :..aoct wk: f GoribFroejr

.4% j, the aiDIII&.eftIda day el A on*, UU: Provide In Leon Circuit'CourtIn'ChaRter,. Notice.T bop in' the city. Farming implements! such-a* Turn ," \ ". '. 0 II D'Yal1 aDd w-.r.* ""' \ '_ ;

I J tW.0"cUb.one puWi ..aIDe DeW' .William )Marvin 1r l HE Stockholders the Tallahassee Railroad are Ploughs, Scooter, Rode' Clarice*,',&el .fu Tap 0 : r'a ''Notice.. Fr 1)4 -.rf'& = .. .,..
pIpU pnnUd JB'.Tallabaaae'' for tb* itpae* at Ibwebe&r I iOn hereby notified that election'! will be held at RIngs[ and Iron Wedge, kept.ready made and coaUotly .4 LL ,. creditor*, legaleea, wtltled!l tadatrjbotlon O-1 .1).

i mOatba .tbf day appofaUd for aid btattor. Rclotd ft Bradford, Adm'r. f BiLL the office of the Company in Tallah&sHce, on WedneSday oo band. This willaourd, farmeranoppor t1 W' other,wise inUsresUdin .lbs'\I'd'h'_.of TweX!*, ; "t

LL : A* .0.rilt****', ,J,. .WAiiAbo UAAx.it of Leigh Read, &e.' J For settling tbe 27th'.June text for seven"Directors to manage tunity to supply themaclvct without-- being delayed. ,Jam"0. Mfllf:"lal4 of'MadUonOonnty, Fwrwa Kentucky J ausAissded '

t.i-t : by It.J_.-' IWEIL, Jiidg;, Aud '' affairs of laid the affairs of the Company for one from that P.B. BILOKA W. dec tiled,ar*amby DoUfl dtoiaxbAJt'thiir t .elaima Plaid UMtjtr ,. ..:Ow'w,' 1t4e., 'h '

'a-' ,'. ,, J, (. Richard H.Bradford, ) Estate. year January 18, 1866. 2 ) and deniatmtbin two 7 tmr*;iRto the:data .eo' rite4l\1.' 4aiw sA1 I .i..fj

McAeflNW I Use. &.of Leigh Read, On tlate.EDWARD HOUSTOUN, Pr l tkn'. > .' to the. otb' um.ii1Lhebexrs4an4, : -j :
., ..... AND BUSINES iadsp d Jto.Uw. ; aid.deceaeed,art r '
i tw. Adm''j Crow Marebl71855.; tde 11 Sent STORING SHIPPING. all pcnoa* qusp f1r.
'LAlJER' copy. '
CORN
fr
y j '
.c Wiw. te dW taak* imttfediat payment to JhI Su'ub fftiIid .
; $ > 101\.0.- .aI& b,, t:!S .,TbMet Bc ami Ik .. Bill.. and AT .FBWJ .0.aT.,.. '- "u- ;' Jicutioell; riCD'Coet"i1'1e 0'1", .. .

."ieeD "=" '. Q", other New Boot ,Shoe* Store, r pHE undersigned UU carrie*oq the abov*,boafoej*, :'J fix k__ *j. ., _8t 'SoT ftl. ) I'
.w..t- tatS rPBE undersigned ofomiiq J., in alUts hrsuthes ,BuildJng.welZeac"4' for = .
TNpuxsuano. of a dccrea of the.. Hoo.Judge of Le* *: pleuure'iQ ; .t- 'H" .orl.BUIUA.! .. ,..., i.'
; : & : V9. ,
ibm customer and friends despatching 1r1lSOOlDo LAD :
j J'.1. of John Lerch, ,
JJoo Court mad 8tb dsv of Februar j '
Circuit -t.bf.
i m: ppo, 1 W5;,, ia the,caat.aferXatd* I dV 4>* 6ygive DQUi2o 1; I &and the public generally,that they ban bouB: Newport September 2, 1354. .,-" K A .. .: 'JiIcd Kh"st G : "t., .,.: ": '' t ,. .
Co t.. out bis Boot sod Shoe .. .... \ t1W i .i'' .', -
a lPc1 all baring.mupiOlt said estate of IA Sture.od are:,mdy to mak ') OF thstid o ,1 eidt p1 :.oi .
1- ; pon .the %best kind of work l io their J Jioe AU wbo(>ish -if-NASH & .co. : '' .r "Li-. ..
-k b \O I' Read to Elf the mama. w psyaa.i AI far M tb asets up "D11J11. tJ.: t. \ 1 03'Ii i" .. OM. u l ."tII .,. jt .
:
: "" .., '410 D. LADDB.: eab d..tate', >ll:fUodjr hi ix mopiba from tbladaU any work .done will l do well to call. They ,warrant Dealers 'lnDrugi,:MedicJD l'' .-1ARD& D1aA1Jt&; I: : .f.). fJi. '4'rnIi; .:: : ,.
: 11' their work U b. mad as well M can b. .don
; ,A I> anywhere j
t6"o tbi smi U had irkPis .hi UL ,'nr.1 ;
t ,
:
__ may aULD mf 4&ia.th.puki1tt' (1' 'f :
I.'Q
,- _l <., .- -.., else. They a'f*l Xrbiad the best kind of their 1" ir
released from
4 ,1 aDd the admInistrator aaid admioiatra- ,
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