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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: July 14, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00446
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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; ,. .liable .. : thei Navy to pipes' :topetinatieut; jvzuf gitard.house al ...-Fprt. : ;, to.Cs1ifgsaisod : ...;.; ... ."
,__Jay, jUtt-l) lween the Cfipejawr and To jartlSe: reUry-of ; XJrejjpztyn&v&irt bisr'ta'o15nd.ea : a"rr.'f. .4. ,. ."'.-..._.._ .4 .M t"' ". .
Cblckasaw Indians,and one thousand doi-: y. tie aalary'oY. Professor James P..Espy; gt4abuilbQose.J lghttung :.con4uctorsaiIiy.Jto :. l : : d4..:' ';rnipthqaac4. ;.: i i r-. .'\ t -r..y.' 4
1U !r the //current\fiscal ,yew.;ending'Jape.thir.: '.sp '.'.hose, 'bO2flrO.in.: tale'ftd,.1 | : i tifta.. d'lo'I., : '::;,..)- "ti". Miic, A.of'iMt '
hundred ,and:.fifty eixAtwothqttwnd gine .noa U *nd,.repairf,'of' a11kinjtM exofloytd : T ::8&c..JrJ.Q''J&7. : 4 1it'.
F r'r&iag trwtyytthlfe* WyeadottlniUns tieth,, eighteen' ., : t ., .. -
: the like For.repairs.of offices') bouiei, nan er one Cairo,) ..r- I'=. 'r i 1 '
five:, rVov&ed, Ttaidrt app>opriatlotil In'Uie wme roanoeip d;UDder; control -trnop 1. : .
Wide.for aid Indians by the Indian-mfproprUtioa ';aa ForBi tiappropriati6nafor;: meteorolo.gical to ;.thirteen, ,, 'rebuilding .small staHesrepairs per 9Ic4 partoititf":forsing : :.1..', < .:'d'.'lc. .ir "

buVpasaed at 1leuionof.Con-. : observations.:; ? -i vFofrcontingent of ar arrant' offices'! houses goard house,and' .brlaw.,. I.. t1Jo: !li if" -_ .J n.. "- ,""Y" p't,.itQ4rii., -. .. aa4.. ''.. )i' ". .'G. ;;
'grw are.hereby repealed rone hundred and expense' *,.liat may accrue building three:kitchens, ,twelve, thousand' dollarsl ; Fo t ft.ve1: ; ULafany. J9D. IU' '.. j. 'D 'f: .: *,, I
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"tWebtv eight thousand five,, .hundred. and for. the following purposea viz.:itreightandIranspbrtatiODi .-- < .: 1. Galena, froxa the reyepijes la. -- ,.biconty1otriaao
I .Wt xtyiixdot1arand wxfr- w' noentsguthchodz- TpriBting and stationeryadTertfsfoffio'newspapers -. !Saebett'a.harbor.-For repairs. of all kinds SEC.' 3 < f ftji =,li. =: .7. 4i S Si.

l FOr: iTeu : Indians books,maps,r models, two tbousi.nd.oUara..: the right oaa&eight. huadred.. and. '. forty.[thirty. i.. ;
'voder raBoes iiwty *$pjflatioavsaper.'tei.. and',drawing*,- purchase .and repair. of fire'eaginesandiaachinery San Francuco. For: completing ,storehouse through : 1'A x-- -_ .5-,1 '. S & : .w..wr.-
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; .4oyt*o: .t--en '.the proper: accounting: repairs.ola datten-: c oca pletihg blacksmiths'' shop, ompleliag. yard, .TPra1aEe.:anil.,... labor : torigjna't n.portatioabf ; IIiI'fIIic. .iI i.4sys i.
"i';_'c f fte treasorv transmitted; ).by- .the dig! ;. to Bteanit.eaginesja"navy,;:yaros, purchase ., carpenters'*:shop, ,wharf,:.grading aDd_ granted J ; naf. .'!. }.,fivsi.. l hundred *.and,.fi\y|. ;: .. .-.' ..
Secretary:T the Interior'taaaswer to a resolution and maintenance of horses and oxen, levelling: yard bouses 'for'quarters<; and repairs thair ; ; o a .' y'" : -"-S : .. .. ,,t' -..' ib : .._ 41
of the Senate or the tenth March,eigh- and driving teams ,' carts, tiniber wheels, and of all kinds; three hundred: .and forty. railroad < compensaiioq of the, jnarveyo r.For general ( J'I the. t t.twr IeIiiLL .. :
hundred arid Ifty three, to be paid over the purchase and repairs d Workmen's tools. five tbousanddoUars.- direct ; (..ft1"Lt." "zI .. -.7.IN. .I, '' :.c1it.I 1&-_ Do. :
of the Choctaw faej,'oil and For continuation'of basin and railway, four eriaac : office 'seveni thousand'five' '.mindreU .5. .Fckjao:40s-I..f.. _' &l; .
er expended for:the, benefit postage .0( publio letters .can: ; idol-. : ., : "*.tq..n .n.
..be by the authorized dies for. yards and shore stations, hundred. thousand dollars. other: :i J1I1UtUI'K; ; .'.' .&iL.
nation, a* *y: ,requested. : navy pay ? s ;. .
flelegation' thereof DOWn Washington.Lninety of watchmen, .and iD ade.ntal.J! labor not 'For Hospitals: and : :ForJ.ranspoJ.t'i.ooi..ecn _. .to:s1im .InIDQnIU Li' 'R" 'L ',-!.?' .{....r-jt.1. .t..
two thousand two hundred and.fifty eight ceargeabie to any,other appropriation, l labor ,At'OItou, Massafihosetts. repairs of 'which i i paro;New:Xo4t,:.1Ij : / "Fof,. L'-,: '.11,.,. 1. .' I
dollars And fifty. cents. attending the.delivery of stores on civil stations all kinds, six thousand dollars.. thereof;: ,'and back:at > .,.q .:C'ta '__"a..-'O..r.,JO. .1. '.' "' '
Appproved, March 3, 1855. wharfage, dockage, and rent, traveling At'New. Xork, New York.-For enclosing Peauco foreaah hI r.,;!a'Jtwo slramihlps r hedoaaL = : '
expenses of officers and others under orders, wall;.zepairs buildings and fences; grading their 'N i Yori by :'CqvwMir"'Hawv fandr .J iJ.b : i. t!
CBIC, CJGyilL-An Act makiag Appropristiohs funeral' expenses, store and office rent, stationery aad cemetery;machinery; labor and "rp- erecting : k, at Ieen ;lve&boj zd.dollars for eac &,L :."ti : *

cfthe Naval Service, for the rending fuel, commissions: and.pay of clerks pales of all kinds, nineteen thousand LVD hundred for lum : under the: tflatraet with -the 'Ocean 1Y Nod. a'w. J-. '1, ..
the thirtieth of Jane thousand to and and JoJlars. one acre 'of New Yotk a..u.:w -' .'" "..! .. '. .
one navy jgeafg storekeepers, flags, awn seventy ; Iealll Navigatioa "Company > ; \lvu-.w.'.... m f.,t. f ..: ,
hundred and six. '&l d boxes and At Philadelphia,penosyljrania.-For repair be COD.itn :three hundred 'and "dol- F t' J
"eight fifty iDga packing premiums other fifty thousand" .. ., ., .. ., I
.' B. enacted by the Senate and House of .expenses ofrecruting apprehending deserters ing lower floor of main building ; improving be at suc : I I. i i boha.. .011.. ... -. ; ...dtJ.. tf Jt7 ,
Representatives oldie United States of America per diem .pay to, persons attending wharf property ; repairs to furnaces,.grates, be a ( : .Fo tr'po tat1on :of the. mails :between .i"i wJ..:. ; P.' ,' '" 4.4
V in Congress assembled,. That .the following courts ,martial and courts of inquiry, and and rangers; gas, house-cleaning, and white: : and Havana, under'.and the,'coo- :. : -I"a. i.i'Ai 'n. ': ',.'
sums be, and the same are hereby, sppropnaied other 'services authorized. by law, pay to washing; water rent; furniture, and repairs so "'with C.'Mordeeai. fifty,thotuaod TT-UUU444U&r'i: ..!..i.: .. ".i" .
,to be paid out of any money !in the judges'advocate,, pilotage and towage vessels to same, and repairs of all kinds;seven thousand rill, and' 1'1" \. '& ...'tFQr. ..w" 'rWI'. ',;fiJ. pw ;' ,
traasary not otherwise appropriated/ theyear and assistance to'vessels in diztress' I one hundred dollars. : any ; Jo?transportation of.the"mails, .acrois the .doUMj} rv-f.-: ?' '- : 'I iC" t.il .. : :''f:1
ending,tha thirtietb of Jaw', ne thousand bills of health,: and quarantine expenses ofth At Norfolk, Vi Dl .-For r-epairs of hos* direct to ; amolft; ; na one. hundred" and' .twenty ;'PQ!,.9 .flt J .," ":4UIZFot j .il ilwdten. ;,I
etbtIuzndredand fi1y..ai- *United Stales Nary in foreign Dorta..eisht pital and dependencies, one thousand two !provided' 1f Usn. '?, v thOQ:_. Je...,: 'f',,..r.i" .
-For'pay of commission,warrant, and petty hundred and forty .tWo' thoesandand. forty hundred dollars.At S re : Approved,-March 3,.1855. ;: ; r.nt. ; 't l't 1
officers, andaMmeD, Including the engineer J rf *;*i* "L: Pensacola, Florida.-For water closets, by this I dcIIa1;.:' 1.1'! .. '. fLhap ..

corps of the navy, three million five 'hundred .For repair of buildings for &e'fteeesearj lightning'conductors! draining ponds wall lic1 & .; cieAaAciogittudon ; ;*.;J '.."."uau:' _ft- ,:'J 4;.4-' loutlxs '.. t .." .
and,fifieen thousand one hundred and eleven additions; and repair* to the works for heat. around burial ground, and repairs of all kinds kc.c4. : for ,tht 'Insano.ofthVArmrand ;. --( w' ..t. ;t'',.. r..l>'&i; .".. ,
Cellars: Provided,.That the compensation' of ing the ,buildings, and support ef the Naval nineteen thousand eight .hundred and twenty. alike ,Navy,'and.of the District, "of.CWambia. la. .,P'.r.bbnkJf .tJJ, h. .; .-. :
the chiefs of Bureau Construction, Equipment Academy at Annapolis Maryland, twenty eight dollars. herein' : the said'DistrictBe ;- : ,. j Foj4-:... .. ....;1qj. ",S. f I.
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An dEejiak.zid4MediCin0 and Surgery five thousand and forty four dollars and For Magiziaes; rill, and it enacted 1.1.tIe.8eD.. ,aiU HOQW of th. n:cf" 401fa.fO,' : c'. t.' ....'jjo'._'. t -. ."-,.-;.' ,
be the same as now allowed the other twenty two cents. At Portsmouth, New Aampshire.-For repairs hereby ,ef the.U.nited'Statei of.Amer-- :F' a. ; roD.. .. ot...\o f'd.. .. ;
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chiefs ofbur of the. Navy Departmentand For continuing the sea wall along the of ail kinds,Jive hundred dollars. cambia in Congress assembled, That.the title,of 6ttt:. i."It httho. s'li!:1..I'-._ ..,: ,_' -. ''
.that the deficiency be paid out of any northern water front.'of the cademlgroandl. At Boston, Masaachusetts.-For fire proof e Institution.shall be the..:Government Hos- lit.cIort. IA tlw, .Il

> money in the treasury Dot otherwise appropri-. grading, draining, and filling in low grounds, : building:: ,for loaded shells, house for unloaded and grist ;/ the Insane;, and. .itpbjec4s: .'shall J be hundred .aid" ieJ8Qt 6ti,' '.tE ai. ".4jlsn.. .:
(ed.S aDd for,keeping the grounds in order, twenty. shells and workshop,.platforms for stow the .most.ha mane 'care.and,enlighted t curative 'For,' P 'J .a- 4ijiti" "'? l '-. 1cz'1
For pay of superintendents,naval constructors three thousand doll. ing shot, addition ,tO'atorehousefor gun carriages to the Bay )of thein:. ueothi army and;navy. ..u- IPY8- .. < IL J4.1";h '-;i ;:. Laiitv

; and all the civil establishments at the For repainting: lking, and for other repairs and for repairs.of all kinds, twenty.t Sj&o, fi. ( United SUte ; and'of-thV .Dlstri t'of ., ;. .' ..ftd,,hM4hA. .
anral navy yards and stations, one hundred of the floating balance dry dock, basin two thousand dollars.At fifth *;' 4 thOtiAii.d, .,'..w.- ":/ .,' fr-t:., t. '
And twenty four, thousand four hundred and sod railway/at the navy yard; Penaacob, the Near:York, New York. tipns for ; ,SEC. 2.. Aid. h it fartker.eweted.VTait ., 'Fot i "ontpniM7. "f.:7'-w
eighty dOU&rLnd such further sum as may sum of ten thousand dollars. For guoaer'a house, at Ellis's Island, ma- ding the zeuiof&e'Ditrit'of Co1gmbjgo (ore": .r ." 'L '
necessary for paying the clerks and others And the Secretary ofthe Navy is hereby chinery, and fitting room for its use, gun carriage and fifty appointed by the''.Pro d.:o.r:1h: :United t1iriid "{ -

in the Washington.navy yard the compensation authorized 'receive the said works: Provided shop, building for.,stowing gun earria.gea hundred ; shall eonstitate a"Beard:of yhiioraof. -.. ,ft.. -a'f; .k' ... 2 2S
aihorbed by ;the act approved April That it haU appear from the certificates fire, proof building tor loaded. sheila, strued as said hospital i Tbe'term,of off"<)f three ""i! ..UI.th.i' M i@ff.: ._ joj. .JR .
twenty second eighteen handled and fifty- of die officers appointed by the geerament building for unloaded shells, shot platforms, the gats (,the;nioe'.Visitors: shal}'expiretfef J'tiirti- rdi" i. :_.:7 ,. ..
four.Hut to. superintend and direct tbe construction 'stowage and transportation of POI, and for Gunners : 'day,of June,1;eight. en:" htindr r a ndfifiy; .. i- : :. ..
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in lieu of two thousand ollars per an. thereof that the same have been faithful/! I.repairs of ill kinds,. one .hundred and ten said act. ve ',and bieonial J' thereaffrr. ohtibeVcuaflr .:. ." 'h' .
nun, the maximum of compensation, 'now allowed built according to the stipulations of tbe contract thousand .dollars. SEC a of the year,'when-they;shall bireppvio., -:- ,,'_ "''
by law to navy agents, ther shall be and that a ship furnished by the eon- At Philadelphia, Pennsylvania the sum o''i'f,. ,,or;three Bother ;appointed is |fa ir, ,,' ,ii i; I Ito !
; allowed two per ceotwn commission 'on.: the tractors at their own expense, has been:sue- For a fire 'p oofbuilding for loaded shells,' hereby 'The order m'which::ie'Jrcio'C of : ,I-,. J.".. .""I 'i, '11I -"'. J

first hundred thousand dollars or under, dts cessfully docked and hadld on and off the purchase'of land, ruagizine, and keeper's treasury, e of tiw first* nine"appoiotftea :shall "expire .' 'W".af: 'd/Pf.'- ...' .. 10r '.. .,' '.; ,. j
bursed by them;.and one.per .eentsua on every land,by the railway,of equal or greater weight house; and fitting room for ordnance stores, purpose I be.eterminea1,by..fatj 'and'should;any ..trmil'.& ,.- ; ;'PI'U' ,!
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succeeding one hundred bawd dollars and ; than thousand dollars.At'WAhingtOn .. reiignatipn 1 rute. : .:- Ji.1. ", J
displacement the ships by_ wLicb twenty !e1 occur by? ,4ekb, ,; or: fila ": ". .. ., t ?!
or underjdisburted by them, until the the docks basins, and railways at Phi1a.del.ftU *,, District of Columbia' hollow, so ] ,.such yaciey.aliaUbo filled:-; r ai, a j 1Mid > t
compensation reaches the cum of three thousand and Kittery were'tested. For a cap machine, (Wright's patent,) rebuilding : from the in for'the Anexpred! teroVp aeb. .: 'Je'c b'SAn/.r4-"r' "tttiNt- LsJh ;
dollars per annum which amount shaM For construction, extension, and completion i experimental battery and fuel for i Sec. 7. r. The'boadf'VWtoi.eubje: /lo. .cb .i mtt.LttS i. i !,
be the' maximum,ef compensation .for.said agents of the following objects, and for contingent ordnance foundry, cine thousand five hundred the'salary p1oftbi SreqftheIA1eriOr: ;"may 't" fl'ro. .t4i 4one. ;Mu&n'
: Provided, That the compensation expenses .at the several navy yards, dollars. National ; ke.AD1 nfby.liTottbe gdvernmeut-La. .A"e&e.: tory.Vf- ifrtl&jtaiccordin : ,- '
named herein-shall be in lieu of all extra compensation ._ At Norfolk, Virginia. thousand : ep1H and otbQs4periDtenIenand _1 wa- ,to. .a'trch :, .
for .services of every nature and vizPortinoiith. ,. New Hampshire.-...For completion I Far fitting up storehouse for'filling, shot SEC. '8. : ,:employeys ',and: ,Of.AepaJcOta, :DOt .I ,.Sd.8MTfe; "(|t,no: fcWp".t -1ft .
-description,'rendered by.n&vt agents, by or4er coopetl' and and skids thousand dol the with this & tJJ j OtteutyiIh'flri: _
lhop watchmen's ouar platforms, gun ten : atent aet- or.i; &{ : the awn : \. _
.of the::Navy Department, from sod after ters; dredging front of basin ; dock basin ; hereby lt cutiQn.and laws of the. Unltedf..States; apn\f i :(9i one'year;;:i.f..L"d ';.
the passage of this act And provided furfher. sewer and drainage; i em bring ledge back of art.At Pensacola, Flotida. money in Y shall visit thi hospital! at stated.' period?, o ra.L.i tteDtINHUHN.' '1 '. i
,That.nothing herein, contained. shall be' timber shed; paving! ; flue boiler at smithery, For a fire proof house for loaaed shells, prialed, ; exercise; so:careful g.saperyijion over'iu Pro_ ', MTiiattlj9PD tmft lCTj( Mafihx. I .;
construed reduce the salary 'and, to which repairs, of floating
.any nary agent Is entitled! and under existing house, for safekeeping of shells; and repairsof thot platforms, and repairs(magiztnes;eight six:- 'and Community;' .1."iav- ,. : auththlt'" .' .' ..:P.\'4spi.. 1.i I. =
I***, all kinds; fifty eight thopsand two. hundred thousand dollars. ST ,For in the,correctnei*of*i*,:auageiet; *Ae.v. : -' .: -tT; :: .; ;t't" ,.- .
For provLjjoas? for ,commission warran, aad fifty eight dollars. Marine, Corpa ...Fpr', pay of the officers York to l .'shall;make annaa9jr-4a.&s $ .of yDrtol.l' .
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Ihd petty officers, and seamen .including en :B, ..For::'remOTJng.audaltenng coal non-commissioned officers, musicians, and and'*n : Interior.a'report 1W .guteeraandmarines. attached" to ,vessels for house.at>imithery ; stone Trail north side of privates, 'clerks,- m U'gerS.: stewards, and .dollars. .: ,Junethirtieth,,-s tlo "'?. C ,.14s4. _. ""." Na* I
'sea service, six hmnlred and eighty MX than- I timber dock, and filling area around machine ervaois ; for rations'and clothing for lervant*i iI :rot tr ; oiE-sa4 ';:wtrbo JI ioc '. .. 0...t4.. r"S': : :-AnTu' :'qaz",... .w...
sand two.bnuidre4doliars. shop and smithery.;' packing house and cbop subsistence :a$."additional. rations for five York to.'N ltelect oDe' ftbefs'mber. L: ftIII'. _"
That the purserS.o( 4he aavy at. Washington r dock' .I who snail 'their r; ';' .:1t "j:.: -Z 4
'rage;p rebuilding engine bIer JMBse; j ars service of officers; (Qr undrawn clothing Havana, ; .: presideat j I r 3" : 7 "" 'J .
: District;of Colombia, shall from.and a( paving. 'area around dry deck; paring' between and,rations! ;bounties'for reenlistment,and and tl:0 .year,.*till:i-laccesor.. ;Ia elected.Tho. tie anat.qC thirty.tire. ". ;
*er the passage of this act" receive the same sheds numbers thirty oue.'and thirty pay.for' .nneqpfred terms previous service; I For 9 .of yitiior. shall. tfei. .Jbonorary '.i Qd.Widi.. < ella. pe_ ""* '
pay AS is now allowed by J law to the pursers three L xteuaio ,of city ,sewer.to .ea'wall : three hundred and.twenty.three thousand.two .ma 1 to, J ; ; eompensaUQB..',.&, ; ',, '_ ._ .+> afhjJif Wtm 5'.. :1
.at the navy..yardVatBo '6ri,New Yoik, Norfolk finishing l house,at rope walk; machinery hundred. 'and thirty,three dollars and,ninety thijee Mnd Ssc3.-4nd,be 441rtt; ,. ;:that He -r-' r. :< 1. :
aid\PensacoUi::Provided, That'when for machine shop and smithery ;.steam engine tour un. .. :' three h chief emotive* o cer of"'.tha. ,k titatj.in. bflhnrdvided t4f *. ,
parsers of the navy shall appointed inspectors and.,:pwup' for'rope :walk ; completing "For'provisions for marines serving 4 onshore' For ca : be.l: pi .nte- >deoi.tVbe-" pp -it, 'Jby .11aat .. ia,- 1
of provisions, clotting, and small stores the: .foundry,, beUer, and 'machine shpp,.and forty thousand'nine' hundred, and thirty.fourdollars byAtbe ; i :Secretary: of the.Interior.aod'to recwre" ,a Sh> asaehtot F
they shall while*oacting, receive. : the same n"ece epeii&tlonasthe pursers of the. navy. jrardto all kinds; two hundred and fifty five thousand 'For clothingififty'' 'five,'thonaano4.twohon-; Mguat i on aniwto'.d. IJ': .,.t '' idth4ek. : S.f W

'whiSh tbejr" y be' ttsehed. three hundred and'twenty two,dollars,, ? 'dred-and'sixty dollar ,. :"* ftt, _l. For sorg obw nwessaiies and ,Appliances New Yort.-For extension "o(amithery ;; For(fuel twenty thousand oue Wddred hdeigtv i y i ..js9i& en.e&thtneut.oftheii: ". (.t'!' -- ,
rth..Mk2tdIurtor: 'ft vy"ineladicg nwchinery for tinitbery i ;. carpenler'aanep'; dollars and.sixty i..eeBtt. v .. 'sixty',nuie : : he shall reside,pnthji "preoiises,:aiid tfijecUotbea' .tJj..t U 'W.ooyf4.iai ;if Iit tt. :
I the marine crop'thirlfJaar thsrBsand three os.knui-abqp;quay wall; paviog JJlaggioff For 'military .stones,.repairs' of inas( pay .1 ..bl.h. .ta,4b .i4fmricfthe tq 'tau-( aib l =.. ..
I hmutred arid twenty |ve dollar*.. ? dredging' channels;.timber j d .knca-tlip; of armorer, for 'accoutrements,. ordnance tt.SBC.;:0,. ; 4s1 l '(th" # ..rtlie I ;iW.
For iucree,'repair raneati and an"ai. djdQck: payemebt,&&BS' laiov<'Dlacas and stores, flaj drnout,'fifesaud musical iastrntnenta following:'j edt4=1 :.fttIu.t ...ii':2 ." Itf4 -
- I meat of tbe dTvyi inciwKog the Weir tear oakora picker,:aa'd/oompleiiDg ;.nine thoMand.dollara. .' .. .ppr pri ; :: : .wa in theTcare1of aniaa5i3; ,>*od, lt.. Ii'..
of veiaels InJ,comnikaion.-' 'for steamers. fQuocJr.. ., bcolef, and machine 'ah..;/and. A_;. F rf 1rntpt on' 'of of5cer 'aoi l .flee Iie &- ,oathelfarm, anA'deterraaah3Biri&r|
and psrctiasa of&emp for the cavy- ,two-mil.i iJioq eattry' Ja.loi.umerdJrH hundred- -and- ..and'expensea( .Gt'.reeraJtinffiiwelve =. tl.th-ofJ ua -A.m-'_ he.thall"ti'i 11t : a I

1M_. > ,1 :mae thousand.- .;, ( ** 'ain e .haxrdred'iuidYortysaoant \;11._ : P..- -,"*"<*;";:,-T". *'. fiftylixi; ; fagit61'tht1Odt'

,_. 'n' .dt : 'r' -' ..ii'F.. _..>, ftl-.d.' 'par ., 'For. -, .pa l raciia:.aBtt>ipcrary 'or ICdIing iPOis ijt l :or. rt .. .
S .'T: ': c t Lft.a..aIi jfioj.:for iron w rk.f>r..n -be ",barrseks and offiN'.bd. j:.eQ 1kibs ltt bc&frMpO 13;!
.. itbLidtbs-.n.. ,t nlae thoesand m re Jiundred doUaec.For .. : doll azsi *"-j.: '' /: .'" P" if ., one ,, : : JI datfes,in such ssta tftd rwithBacli

\or.'"three Attin'jmillioopfdoilara.or6.*ithtj 1blr -t ;'- . '
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Ftr..8teY7.&L'7. '.J!;.:stmerto.bdjLad 1: .HuUdejoM*,.For. ddjW fcrfy feet:.to i e >:advoeate,. per diem for attending courtS* stesinilup%. ; d4'iff -.q <.1
t. IIpYJdO4: ,. 1iiigj0tuyof boa al'Md 'courts'' for .to Q '-.-lWir..a.t( i
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d'c ., _.' '<.C ;: ; t .riO" deceased- ; marine. :, 'printing, 'f Advertising,"-Btlone7 .: 1D, : i iu ek.iniawpers beIongngtQ-th.rrn7:
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SSK? :"i', :jo .. rail. : OD. ,(Bxpcmeof ,a ..uvrlar., .. :.,;-nie 8 ngerj; 'pay'of .New York, : ;. .14; t*''.' .. ..I 04N.. ." -.1.t
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;. berrotoni ore made'/or mail,. sen-ice. be ty Annooftcemcnt. eand&Utet $5, to be paidD.n -The argument, .of.ihejtpca eir:;'yap ehfirolj raised_. .by y.ottrselvea--._ ., yOurle1Ottna. i an4 Jftir.iUeh.. .. ..... .. eati.tM .'

:W t ii \ Iiolnt..iror: ,- ":: : '. cues in". dv*oca-.- -'" ----. one of critical preferences..tOth1cnu.stltuton ot..6 wvq..IoU 1 ,.-.cx.*.d.t* : -* :' raadnlcnt*.-- *, :. and. 'Qneonstitntionat -. emID. ._ .-, In. thojjiertyat :' !e 1. '!,.:. ...... .W'. .1'. .b '''.:,:.co _. I,
;i SBC;. 4. :And.be '3t' further enacted, That .of EpUcopil"' Methodism, jrhich 'hedenounced means. tfe' area of Kaman..chatteldom. onth -JiIIaI.: .- I/o
: News Defeat. of the Allies the$ ,hAting.no Northern ", ... oe, ..* ahn4 fLi.-.l:
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The new* belowfrpm l abroad,'brought : 'He afnfrafciti ft 1* .cede. .aU oAer'jgrt. hetft.. : 'otii1i l... ". r ,
tinned to thhIvbdreIufoici shaU authoritative. prl pGcei 'aSewad:sbn'6th J3:iia.14 i.f"i.B n n o, ,., ," ; -. ,
;i. : eateril4'!that omeiInng:: '1t : b{tiiesteamshiprAraerica: possesses.:.extraordinary power'in tle' \ Irt ppnoblir hSiid%}?of athe.' j !'rfhtb t 'tf eontend -4 It etr %_taJi&lft53. ; .attempt.at. the-or IIiCtitIoi'- '< ....W. t. -'' ''i&J_ ,-..., .

:1 f. SEC..& ADd belt farther'enact e3, That:all 'interest, ';A* great atiempt baa| beenmade .?p'eache ," any.member!, nbwever. -innocentof for:It,men pfiindoubted intgritygud. ability, 'mation I'oraiecic1raaturez ;; .8o ii&f. .. .. 'party.. .- pi4t.-ia :., i
Jj l chart other. ; moral criminality, being i :liable to fo nulslaiy' .whold'p t t ef nobility.cothesion :flen. ; .
I ootRuiap8 *, of pabUctipnteolered by.the French "and English upO Sebas- jimifir"the"prerogativesi.of tcnneeeiat1. $n ,exei jkogerousatttled 1i. thzn.p: .... :
if : to .
for righti and:which under' the aet the.offendir-ebjeci any.feature: And mark ye, .gentleman of the'lB 1 : the ,.
copy topolSimuitanepusiy: ,they..attacked. the Re .. reient tinwowing-tothe state vnomou* uafnQ" or.
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August tenth; ighteen'hand !and forty _. thdipriesAood; : days of 1nke'yrsm at.the North--nnrnb. eLflie -1 : '" f,'. .r.. .. :. \Ii. ,, ..
dan wall Mabikoff tower. The'Russians the lecturer''endeavored., l thea ti D tie 1miiA1t7r&fld ;:iO : tfona and femtkaof the .
: 0 to be d in the Libra These positionsi. to; ..Northflunkeya.Arefljdadandd4mned eouaW}
I tax, are:required deposit ;' ; ', '-; -: ,. : :, .,:', : ..
ry of Congress..and in the Smithsonian i Instiluitou unexpectedly interposed a. brave resistance, substantiate from,.:an xamin'stion' of :the I and iroyer..'another one-appeajt lo .. onethatshould',wcejr.BOwnyj ew ,.. I-,!1! t..

o !, may. be JKeurthrbtigh. .ilia..maiU free.of and the.allies w repulsed with .tremendous fundamental l constitutions of Episcopal Method your vision,.rest well assured he i is illegitimate. t i' .tide, enh1emta. Then" 'are.tie .N .... obs4ieh .Wfio..Id.... .

;tti ..l postage. under a::regulations! pf the.Postrcattr 1 loss,and were even forced f to surrender the I successful.dism. BuOwe did'not think he was eminently. .-We'avefelected! :twenty-one. .Repe entatjret itonistiea.ons,. : ,.t.f.cannot.., j.myreelge.... ; ii p F"Wiaii : .
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L 'f" > Generd.way.prwciibei.SKC. Mamelon which d former from phio,}all&pledged for;the ..repeal l (thisNebraska I assistance.In'the formation of ',tbanijo :.' ,
they aptu on. a i any:;such Party e4. tftmp 14 fwuticira.. ,..j'L
.i : .a"_And' be/ it 'furtaerenactc \ e'Postaiaster Uenerarbe, and he is hereby ,occasion. Of"course" these. unlook. for,re' MADAME ADOLPJlE-'lady of this name, .II they,arrive; tiieT13youwrnhivi.an: accession at this. 'lime- :; .* /. -tM.! I ,. "It.t-1t.

;f '.''iutK6rizd, in the settlement. 'of the accounts: verses have filled France' and :England with with her husband, is stopping at the.City Hotel of jU8fhye ty.one Halea'and.\\Vihjon on that ; :Although I:belong l to' the 'Southern 'Rlti' 'G..uII. that ,

cu; .'4 of tlie I late postmaster". Waternlle Mainer ; dismay, whilst, tie Russian-are inspired with as Mill be seen by her card.hi another question, with not A flunkey among.: them. 'whig of. the. D.. .Party and. : believe. ,in : brag tjOna JP.it.

;' : toa&JOf Foch'sum in addition the commis- awl determination. column. She is f widespread We in Ohio do not threaten1iiem with politicaJdeatli the .doctrine/ {secession ralfief :: "It .artlLer. .
not
: new.energy a woman. only .. .. or._ of. 'tberighttcsecedeyeti :- .aWrowoDemocrat .
'occrued his office hi but have resolved l that if do .
J ions.watch ) at dating < only; they
celebrity, but of remarkable character ,'prekaobe: and am'lov a !>. fI''f J & 5r party. ': 'L
.L enn.ofsemoe, u well 1 make his.compensation not stand, up for the right in opposition to the -- "
I .t equal to_one hundred and seventy five Fnrtherby the America. if one half of what the papers say can be believcd. encroachments of the slavery. Dronatrandiflts. r of this Union. -All my ideas j of national 'eiple.:are.;triomphaot a4mica j,.fo"wwE"-

:E lolkrs per quarter and'cover all such necesessary Foreign News Scant but Highly Important. Some speak of her"as woride ul" we will hang them high aa Haman. [Long: greatness,'glory,.and prosperity from my boji 8repl; ,ugea toaeknowJedgt tb.t It ifS?:

::.j itehw of .iricHentai expenses: have The French and English stormed Redan others call her a witch. ;" a" sybil," a II Phi. continued applause.] A 'ge 1t1e en 'from hood, have been associated. with,its preservation main'. ay of,the Union.; '. .. .

;i t. been usually incurred and allowed in a post and MalakbfT Towers the 18th iut .' Alabama cries out, "Douglas was from'the 'all If .'thete-Brai '
for the advancement
on were losopheress a savante, a .sympathiesta ., my. hopes, .. of ever a time when I felt
class Prtvided however That North! Ford So proud
'pffice of his replied Benedict -
4! r defeated with enormous.l loss.. Particulars not : was "
:i .rt the vhole compeusattan and crpen&es shall phrenologist t &c., &c. Whatever she Arnold! 'The British took the traitor, and we Republican principles :throoghont world, ofW.&a W jlSmbuHK .Aad
.
.;} wot-exceed lour hundred and twenty fire transpired.The English stated loss- is no' loss than may be, she seems to excite furore where- retained th :ier tori. Our Southern brethern for. the preservation of peace and civil concord' : I'Idvc the old Democratic .Part11 fa ip,lft

.-: dollars per quarter.SEC. : :14,000 men and 86 officers. including Sir Colin ever she goes, by her powers prophecy and have taken the territory, and left us the traitor. are based" upon the preservation. of the Union. love thaneter: before.. .Bom and wared.aaa4

: 7:. And'be it further enacted;That the: Campbell .\"a cinntjon. She claims Jo be.able, with the i They.ought.to protect if they do despise him. AudI. would look upon r the necessity of- its political storms, it has battled for 'loond'

U titEte.: to9erofttie. Treasury be instructed j I Roebuck has moved vote of assistance l [Applause and laughter.] Now; Mr.t. Presi. dissolution AI' constitutional
a new censure ofphirenologyjthysi logy and mesmeric I .one of the most dreadful. calamities principle, Jbr state rights for frw
:1 to esaoiine. tbe-.elajrorjof William R. Glover, I the dent, we of Ohio protest against this'plank in .
; .. .and:Thomas'' W Matiiefj ind their associates, l I.on ministry.. .sympathy, to reveal the past'and fore- I your platform as unjust and hteous. 'The that.could befall mankind, an event !' trade, for. equal taxation; for strict.tcty*uc-
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f r::4:; and ascertain nd'allow such damages as The Repulse ,Scbastopol.The. tell the. future destiny of every one'who may con I majority of our delegation are from Virginia, I that.would. blot nation from the Earth, the tion of the con titutioh ,and'rigkJ economy |a

: fo thevare'entitIed to, injustice and equity,' jn unsuccessful. Sebastopol sult her. We paid her a visit yesterday and the sons of her soil; and Virginia,in the purer only nation which u really blessed with repub. the administration of the gOYttcrueutuntil:

'i.QI qtzen of the refusal of the Postthasfe attempt to storm astonished days .other .Commonwealth ..taught us the h'can i these '
came away beyond measure at the institutions andivhich has.the and have 'become .the. 'fixed. policy of tb.
stated with power
-* liasalreadybeeii lessons
effect tbs general cor You will
t1itLltk) cary into contract'en- dfIibrty. remember,by the
R and The accurate knowledge she exhibited of our cession State made intelligence to maintain, them; a nation which Govervznent..ajid now in ..b3idat of faa
;:; ,' lided f trito.between.ViHiam Glover rectness. most sinister rumors prevail your to the ,General:Gov. '. .- ;
.:;.. 'laomas W3ialheipi; and the Postmaster.Central in regard to .the transaction. By'some accounts private history. She willno doubt surprise ernment of the Northwest. :Territory- you if preserved must exercise a controlling in1I tion. and fanatwira; when aH othtr eotempwa

19 eighteen hundred' and fifty three-for the English loss is set down at four every one who may,give her a call. .Virginian expressly stipulated that neither ence for.good ,on.the destinies. the "c.1d' ry political partiw. have.broken into'hostiltfragmenta

) .. transportation of the.:mails on the Mississippi ,' slavery nor involuntary servitude! shouhf ever For.these reasons I regard, with little. favor itrei.in' *with ,the.comtitatioa oi-
thousand but the is believed
and Ohio Rivers, and that such damages men, report to'be Extract from a letter to the Editor, from a exist tiujrein except for the punishment of '
: any political m ov m.ent'which baa direct our fathers the only Kak.that i ,
$ .; tie pail:to the said" William R. Glover, and much exaggerated. gentleman who was for many years prominently crime. We, then, under the ordinance of'87are a the uJatopdltr

::a i: Thornts.W.Jfather, and their associates not The following. the only official notifications connected with the Whigs of Florida the first born in the cause of Freedom; purpose to dissolve the Union, and as suehj diaon-seu9;' [oftikl/plon:? 'Cfe
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d
;j of any"money in the treasury not otherwise of the events. d ted and.in Ohio your children have resolved to reg any:mere:sectional orsranization- its preservation .depends:ii .We
: DroMiated: Provided, The surD allowed Lord Panmure regrets tohave to announce carry out your will by seeing to it that slavery. dissolution' of the'Unio is measure. to and.Ahe' prevention. ;pf ehnl dit-

.,:011"i tohu'not exceed tlie'sum oftwo hundred- thousand that he has received information that the Bog. BALTIMORE, July.3, 1865. never does exist ther;'and we are prepared I I resorted to ody in the extremity, and I : cord, perhaps. civit war. Ahaost-aU t M> eeoervative -

.:- doU-irs.. gush troops attacks the Redan, and the French It; seems yon were right about Virginia. and determined to resist its encroachmentsupon of the North &
"l .. see no cause forit'now.. jn men an fwd .
,.sE .8. And be it further enacted, That the'Mahtkoff towers, at daylight,on the morning Sam's wings are badly clipped bJ.J thsfr result soil consecrated to Freedom. Yes, Virginian r the ol'the 1850pehdhig: ranks land tLeie.Jon. .Ov'Nati' aJ'Dem.
t adoption :
'] r Postmaster: General be 'and he hereby,. of the 18th, without success,whieh has hith lib prestige is and it strikes me his remember this;'that with warm hearts .I Compromise measorea. of I ,
.t'2tothorhed.to pay to .Uriah P. Monroe, his erto attend.our efforts. Both'the French and gone and strong anna, your sons will stand up for that year, a large party at the.South advocated ocraticParty presents at this. time onepftb.

.:.. i--' representatives or assigns, as pay in full extra ourselves have suffered considerably. The cause is generally down in the mouth, in spiteof Liberty and the Right ; and Ohio, cemented a dissolution of the .U ni rather than the most subhme \s ctaelesthat. tL..wpdd

.t !} .1 mail, service:o'n the mril.route from sacre- names of the officers who have fallen will be the extraordinary efforts to revive, which as she is with the mighty West, is irresistible enactment of those laws. The'.majority:were has eT. aeew: 'Formed. in iooyi eOltnink1th.

;.:.\ .;; mento to.Shasta in'_the State of California, forwarded immediately, but it will be impossible have been recently put forth. Well, he is a as the armies of Israel against them'and'they were compelled to submit fixed: bayonetaazound'" the CocstitxitSon and

... '? O tober tho first A..D. eghteen to receive complete returns of all the casualties and (
: commencing queer customer anyhow, people wilLall This' has the laws; they -have glorioujly! repelled alike
and the 30th inst. June the Gen. Allen G. Johnson.We compromise J long been acqui :
.. hundred fifty one, and ending July the : before ( ) at earliest wonder and how : ; -
:; :. fifteenth;jBighteen hundred and fifty two, the ," by by they ever fancied him have learnt through a (friend, that the esced in as a final settlement of the pointsthen the force '.and trickery of,their enemiea, and ifImistake

: sura of five thousand five, hundred and forty 'The Mohiteur announce that the Govern- bra moment.u report of this gentleman's name as one of the at issue and it would be absurd at this not: they wfll. ,carry our country

:4 otw dollar] ?'and'sixty sixtcents. mont has received dispatches from General Messrs. E. G. Rogers & Co., of New Orleans delegates from Florida to the Philadelphia late day to urge them as. ground for seces through all her' 'perils.' :Let us then hold'on

;, &*!& 9. 'And be it further enacted That Pelissier-the first dated the 18th, informs have purchased the C. Vanderbilt steamer Know-Nothing Convention is entirely erroneous sion. By the action of the late Congress in to the faith and rescue this ,government from

I ? flio proper .CO piroller of the treasury, under of operations concocted between the General to run on the New Orleans and Key as"- he was at the time at his home in1 Hamilton the organization Nebraska and.Kan.8u.all mad fanati c iszn. We.can do.it,'we wDI do k
4c ... Instructions.of the Attorney General, inquire and his allies, and that the Turks and Chas \Vest route for. the until County, and was of course not presentat ,
present, .they can
God
I whether' the .contract made by.tbe Postmas. seurs made a. reconnoisance towards Aitodar, built the Convention. We. copied the list of del. that the South asked or could ,uk.waa'giveto if permit.*. Jt ,fi, G.

:.. o' fer General with.VVilliam L. Blanchard, for General Bosquet occupying the Tchernaya.The have new ships for that purpose. I egates from the New York Herald, in which her, and the National Administration 'exerted The- Sapreae-- .Curt : .

.. carrying the United .States mail on route next day daybreak, the French and learned from Mr. Rogers in New York, that paper they were reported, as authority,and all its energies to maintain and execute :NoXu ..

< numbered five thousand.and sixty six, in the English were to attack the Malakoff Tower. he was about contracting with Mr. W. H. we thought the report of course to be a correct : the laws with all equity and. .fairness. .What ". tt J_t. :. .
hundred"and three violated The second dated the 18th, one, and were misled it. If No. conviction is deeper Dm.rw: d than
if* year eiguteen fifty was dispatch announces Brown for two new steamships of 700 tons by gives us pleasure i issue then will we make with lbe..NOrth f
; bjfthe Postmaster General_without legal that the attack had failed, and that however, now to correct the error and to r that the maiafenaoee o' die ju&cia power 1-
; burthen which would be
probably completedabout \Vh treason
: said the had showed the withdraw remarks have made n w31we assign to our Northern essential and '
and a emate cause given by Blanchard although troops greatest any we may so indispensable tathe very being
; ,. ; arnfit was so violated then to ascertain ardor, and gained footings in the Alalakoff 1st December next, and will be thor- far as applicable to Gen.Johnson.. We do i Democratic friends for cutting loose from of this Go7emmentM-Wrferter.. ..;, '

., and allow such damages as he is'entitledto Tower, General Pelissier was obliged to order oughly adapted to the route. Mr. R. was to this with the greatest pleasure, as Gen. John them t Verily/I know'of none. It will. be The.noblest work:of Mail t 'Constitution .

... t 'in uityjand justice, by reason of sach violations their retirement into :'the parallel. This leave in the Vanderbilt for New Orleans, via son has been always! known as a sound time'enough when they refusetoidinit K n. the United .
States
and.that such* damages be paid to was effected with order, and without molesta. St. Marks, last Wednesday, and I and consistent democrat-Jacktonrille'Newt, of -co complete in all
presume sas, or abolish in District
slavery Columbia
; said.Blanchard,onU bf anj/money.in. the treas. tion by_the enemy. f'J will have heard frbm him and the craft June 30. dissolve .the of its parta to;perfect in its .arrang menfai-that

J' sury.not. otherwise appropriated. Private accounts published in tile London you Inasmuch as the report set right by the to the Union. time which acts so*' injuriously aQ' other
.
.' Standard the l loss British officers in kill. before this comes.to hand. She has been. It is obvious that the. formation
.--I, Approved; 1- ,. 1855. say iNeirs implies that Gen. Johnson, althoughnot (a great things,.but. devrfopa:its many beauties and
ed and.wounded amounts to no less than sev thoroughly overhauled and refitted, is a safe, sectional the South
p a must
party greatly en. .excellencies.i
,. i .... American Party in W&t Penn$ rania.J' .- enty. Among the killed and wounded are staunch vessel, as I am told, and will readily actually present asa delegate, is a member danger if it. dOeS .. ,
not at nee theUn
destroy And
The Executive CopciiTthe American'par- Gen. Sir J. Campbell,. .CoL Yea,.and CoL make her fourteen'knots in smooth water.- of the Know Nothing order, he owes it ( who, in contemplating meaorlea
In has Sh drorth. From the obstinacy. and.courge to himself and to his numerous political ion ; for if the two great divisions of the'na.. of the great and good and wile men who era
ty AUeghany adopted unanimously She used to the and
;1.f with which the' combat was maintained run on Wilmington tion ever become fairly arrayed against each ted it:' Hamilton Franklin
by Washington Rut
,
thei: Resolutions tile of friends, who have no sympathy y'with Know ,
.4 : l1o\\illg on subject Charleston Mr.
.; the British'at the Redan, and the necessity of route. Rogers appears to be to'-put the other and the South beaten by number inthe ledge, Madison. ,' MorrisSpaight' ,:the..'Fiaekneys -
Nothingism, a quietus on matter
:' 'I slavery;; eventually retiring-frdm the attack, the slaughter -. very much interested in this enterprize, and I Halls of .
she atbe
Congress;,as .m if it Wilson, Baldwin and others With.
ri ResolvedAs the unanimous'declaration of on both sides has been immense'and if the : am inclined to think he will carry it out to over his own proper signature or to authorize : can
Committee information be the loss in killed I it to be done else. This is comes to this, a disruption of the Union is in. hold his unbounded veneration and regard for
: the Executive of Allegheny county -. correct, and the entire satisfaction of the people of by some one now
; ,I. : Pa.> that: the "Platfonn pf Principles," so wounded of the British alone amounts to very section." your rendered the more necessary the statementof evitable. It is the duty of all patriotic citi. it, and his gratitude and admiration for them!

.' called,: recently : adopted by; the National little short of four thousand. The.greatest the NCIM would seem to place Gen..J.)in zens to lend their assistance to preserve our It is to this day the model of:all the Stat

:t"u'nci1. of Philadelphia, in so far as it relates portion of the loss was experienced in a ravine '. nation fiom dismemberment -There is'but Constitutions framed since'
The Talk in the its.adoption. It>
Camp. in a positon of antagonism to the, order, the ;
p to quewODor Slavery, be and:the same I where a powerful and unexpected battery one way that.this can be done.. It is'to unite various provisions have received '
-. : .. i li hereby 'repudiated; and that the several i was opened'on the troops. The late Philadelphia Know-Nothing Con. assignment of which position it not in accor* 'a conatrBC-
all the conservative
,. ; ;;h councils in.ibis. cobhty, be requested to take I '!'h re.is. reason to fear that the loss has vention contained some excellent specimens dance with the fact, is not only unjust as lea.pcts constitution-loving 'menofthe'c'ountfy .tion from Judges and Statesmen. which may;

;:( ;- action upon'thfe'same in conformity with the been'very great t but Lord Palmerston said on of'the fanatics in.the free 'States,.'\ ''eJ1o\V him,.but also as respects Democratic' ,.South and North into one party safely' be appealed to: 'M giving the: .true de:',
'
tenor of this 'resolution,.which_was adopted. Frid y"night no additional information had like bulls of Bashan" against the'South.- -' party which will still look .upon him as, of which ay forma 'imp gn bl .b lwAk sign'_and intenti of its !o. -_ ':.*

.::0Resolrid, That .tb. peal.-o- the Missouri been received. The Allies lost terribly by number when in truth he is around the Counstitution. ,and 'the1 Union.Suchapart.is .- The leading f features. 'of(LTStala and"Tederal -
lt Compromise wr.i an' infraction of th /jpflgh: the Russians springing a mine,'and during the We quote a sample fanatical raving from a their arrayed already 'j in' iexisteriee: K Jt is Constibtkma* are almostidenticatia will

;.: ted faith.of- the Nation, and that it,should be confusion, the Russians re-captured the Mamelon speech-delivered by Thomas H. Ford of Ohio.. against. (them. Let us have the rightotit. National '
the old Democrafic Party to ..whichI be ati fac ::eomparisoflIn -
rily by
,4; restored, and if efforh/ito that end, should fail, tower.- It has the,true ring, remarks the Charleston M wsfl0BmBiVMMpi-r- ; seenvery ) ,

':: Congress ihould' refuse .to admit, any State 'Previous advices were > the 17th, stating Mercury, pf fanatical l.i. i insolence'and' Repudiation of the Philadelphia Platform belong, and whose principles I cherish ,next 'the Constitutjott'oTytlie..United. ... ,States.w'

I tolerating Slavery/which"shall l beformedout; that there had been_smart firing on both sides., in line and is full of the idea aggression first by the Pennsylvania.. Know, 'Nothing. .' to the divine truths of the Bible.' find provisiohs,to)this eflect: .
of portion .of the .Territory from which' but without result of importance. every .. should I 'abandon :
1' any any '1 The Pennylvanii. State 'KnowNothng: Why 'the Democratic -u&n. e .

; that !institution. was..excluded. by.that' Compromise A dispatch' :: fiom 'Bucharestvia. Vienna, advanced by GXDDINGS", and since repeated by. Convention assembled at Reading:on the: 4th Party f: 'Has.i it .changed' ,i its':principles, those bo 0 !vested in.a Cocgrm of the United &
h hasbeen Senator WILSON that the South could
confirms report" that not
: an expedition '
; '
I ." ) undertaken Pelissier inst. A despatch says:- the:majority \of.the principles i which experience as well,season, ,.which.shall coaaat of a Senate,and oeo1:
against Perekop. be kicked out bfthe: Union..JJ At rate .
THE VrrALirr OF DEMOCBACY. cotemporary : any convention led byxOoyemor Johnaon.haye '
!L ,'with. :tnuch" force, observes: '"Js is xeeedi glyavageagainst the telegraphic' the North aeeths'fisposed to try the experiment repudiated the 12th section of the National have,demonstrated'to',be.'true- "1. Haa" it'become', '. .r .Repr sent&-. 'f t .

:: the.democratic party .dead! If so, then the messages' Napoleon sends'him.. He' is.reported regardless of the,result Platform adopted at_pU d p ia. '. '\ corrupt or.obsolete/and. powerless. to"d do'gbo l f ," I11,: Hoow! ..of ,Repmectitrrea thaU- .bt

c peojde themselves are dead!! 'No,.nor' can it Jto have 'recently'replied he will let 'the that' when'anyithing know Exulting in the" 'majority of :numbers and Asection"has; : been.adopted In place .pf the Has, 'it accomplished. all that .it 'cane for..'the. composed :.roembers! 'cJkJWa-.tvery' .second

? die'[ To thisariiedenkocraticparty, despised but occurs Emperor' r federal Abolition'', I2tb; declaring I;irt favor<>fthVre-enactmento7 preservatiop of'the counjiry and:the'bene1f of vearby. 'th&pe ,pTcf the'. ey_ &. '
that he has time domination -
not .to act as a telegraph sees nothing
tf and abused as i it has been, this nation i is. in. .' theMissouri Compromise,- arid opposingthe! I mankind'pHu.it failed)bita mission orb *,"Th 'Senato.,a:aflten.eoopQ9cd;: .of. two'Senators ;.
operator ThiS according to rumor accountsfor to deter its in it long nursed schemes of
_' debt its and its now .
,4 ,
; ; fop prosperity greatness. admission.of any more lIave.tat north ofthe .
the that mission 'ended We from :Slateteaowsa'by! tfc.Legislature
recent. absence of news, inf'the.Moni.. "* I ., !. think not 'Our. eaca ,
and Southern destruction and .
humiliation.
It looks '
L1 Andtlepeopleare becoming more more Missouri Compromise fine.. .. .J., "
clwply and ayinglyUnp es8Bd .with the:conc ,tear.The detail the.. Amcri back, upon a long -career_of i impunity,),and The new.section was adopted. by,.a vote of party/.fir B11 Strong.ami. has mucli to',accompUsb. thereof fif '"TJC'jretn; :.'. "

rictioa, ''that it a*.e vcn so. Wo .cannot.err,. ; of as mails bring' rorw rd.'to'nf< .133 to'53. -..'. .- ;It'has.how'the. control of the NationalGovernment l .>" The.-Execiitvd- ..-..... f01,.'"shall,.W. afodiaa_ '
the further i this tture.6fcompleta triumph c '
i c thfaibeliengtliatiuview.fthefact' c following intelligence. on) ex- Southern The ...Eastern .d legat ,.stood '73)io J27 and 'i its .:principlea i for..a.number Pr uht-the) United. .&e"or: *'v .
You have
ubjeci gentleme'n
: said
I to, xhieh we have thus .briefly alluded g many Thirty Western men.opposed the platform,as .ftyei.jj.: navelbeen' the fixed / of the He:shall'hold hia tce ;.:. of"-
far'- ---iAmerican: ilemocracyiSim The"London' Herald: savs that the British pretty things about the Union. We too, are *) policy, .na
;. til gtojion4.rLy the outworks of the' Redan devoted .this not strong'enoogE : :"taon.: iithe ) four and beeaa--bWtt&' i :'eSedef*i in'
: r'itli n tXio i '.t ii.alr ad' top -Jnit.werestoppedfcykd&ptrericoVera to UnionflntJastand"aU.thetime ; ,',Betore.adjouming;.the 4cooyentionWd: a Iris now only natioriaT party in yejtfv -
-k Vi 11fu MndsI a 'be iy' :.exposed to a ; and':'we'do 'not make Slavery condition resolutibn.ealling'another :National '.Convent .tae)Jnion,thea ong Cn 'th ohidsltogeth t ei.ch:8tta.: >. ',: uaa .

thediog'are returning, to &oyrcrbky' iark rc-..ureti murderous fire'from the.Redan enfiladed,'aa well the'as theMkoerwhoseguns i Union' precedent.Can: tQ our' i' 'attachment this I tion, t to assemble inc Cincinnati i on the 8th'bT;: ii v tp tiC f bn '" :' : ,

1 ".",nd.the., .YJr. our. d OIfI works of-'the former.: The f Russian. ships ut.1 j q God! we, either.of the'West you have sayas higher much,'holier? Thank and .January: to'acton, the Philadelphia 'PlatfonnY .:- The, ..r..l i.'Id.LconstztutiQnat. : -., Cx8nttIn Ic1In rt Covite

UoRCW." 'J r '. the harbor.also laid/tbir broadsides on, pOut more patriotic: motives: We are devoted TeniloIegatea. "sectded" ;From. the -:co4yeu tion. 'of ih8Deoar&tfeParky: !U, not. "the resolt. the Congtfits' may froa* t a;b> time tfj <

A:9.f &ow. ori; G ;'An: ,lug shot into the ie gJ.r r this Union, because:ere l long;by its perpetuity ..tionGnv Gardiner. ,.: 'haa 1;: of mereaccident'batariies ioaturally 'frbmifcndamentil dam ajid-eatablah. of Ac
.a clt ti0i2: : place in idiztzictof The British loss is'stated die Herald at arid rnor :of fassachusetti, .
Mlytk by advancement ,:.we.'expeet; to become .an ',: ..J1 i' principles. The : principle
written.oy, : great'
I 11li m .2Q.Co1K1ti the question from to ..offionlcer Freedom !t. hrny Yuaon1a1eterPeniiyZyana : ; ..
L- .. 4000. : 5,000; including forty Empireof everywhere [Cheers -r. : ; !
-i J.Ddd crtaO.. .'. K OW :Not1zia' lind *rV4W> *' :: long.and food]... Every'pubBovdemonstratlon to join i Ute East .. cs1ijb d F ,,c'o: teti6 i r rc offices 4uriag'C: be
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__.0..rr.. ,. '.".',- JzZtebthge1ectedti1 '. .The London Times- does> *not profess Jo give I'I have attended'here'patriotic gentlemen haveattempted uthbeicf l- delegateshalre 'however 'Pr; iUtiih-" .. '- i- ht. : of.the, -v OplO4, 'kti, rce fcthie1n ,

t.u1S01R8 'I l"t'5'. ., .. '. all the.particulars but says,that the loss is bejbered r to turn.in to a..Union-saving machine, gftnize< "a sUeCoqncaon; ) ltbe!:' bilddpd atates andterritorieito maift* d1TCI theiruncoiwtit4iti'6nal"r & ;,
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'c : say$ q i.kliJfe;'of JKenrockyy. the Crimea. : .officers distinguished r iiBlImon being> fully: aUs2ed that.Sieyttiy ."' L'.r :' .; 'a- .'-1" ; 1" r. ?
.. tf Pt n '* cribe inanof C J-I .j'' Sir John." price, and -',WevJo.JIeruid; _. Iiordi, .. ., stnctions. and c iectioiial O( Iad M
pro no for. ''lhietr, ; CampVcarried : Union. "jwean Negro ithrde tuutjghtiThfr .' ,. J1"D.. .. it >it. : >rk3fLc.y i -A'"g -?- -- ,
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d' ....... ., '.' '. ,- '. -< : : go pa ri1 !Pennsylvania (wtcep .t .L U: ,All' .,eei.' ..r.: <': brandl**'of the mceJi .t : out'of we ,Union nor let anybody else t'do BO.uth' .- 'bur Orith4s:: .tw 'IiriridHdt'\fe1: ?:A -A 2j'-itrl-J1Ivi f.:. '$u _:: 2 $ieotIni. J : 'tTTh $- ;

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t'fOt; r "4l\.Fa. }'"f '.'_' .G.mUio". Ia: 8u--1 I i. -2fl7's '"" # !, ". 1)I" '1Y.vJ' ..'Wer. Wij'ir- t}.i isthOJft'AJ .,. ..W**&*&4&r f ru'\O :

\'r ei;,!reuitjC3.1 I Th l i"3 fie tavor tothia' : r !1 :it have't hiAriitpd ..t '1- -. =- .' ., t.., .iiik. p_ t; _..... ki' I5 .
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;ta 'd.l Stir.t'h. .p.Tlle1- .1- ertise'bf i aatJtVpiiii. \rir inVot pr6pferly ': :,- ,it Jh.1h 1z Eii lsb''1i JOo nece' .' thougiolizmflleIyto. re.m'Ja. .. ', .. 'dt-'T e.. != ..;.h1'.' 17,''kf cl"'h' 'reM."m'p : .r .
"WlUl.a ,
Hue' ( pi the *fae.41 i : regarding:-'\h bhfferee4)ktween i.c! ;i'e1IaWiit'V" ,ti I th: .m& i< idi '.!.uaf8f1COUQWQ. :I' : thes 1frv.vah'lntimoa: oroat. L-I"V .... .. t'.;:.. ..t ....1.'.'.'.".......!t'
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reeled to tHit JSoasti&tio.h;,;\,1r.Q.J. .'1 !uin tiO :..gj1aj 'actof Legulation. 11 Aconstitution .,-'bXihi,. '::1lDl br ***"o.W-%;; ??"*em l3Xs: 'd tinrti i ( e .reg&rd..a. 8i1yerCup Wariog': flowint1bfF.tice '. .'It.. JtJ.Jiiti' t1- ', ,.. V' ..41i"V ro '
: s"Preie to lU OL .it'ld : ,, ,'r..o 4
'. jo#jurisdiction="', !;"c't 1tt1. 'jit the -po ro' >gOTe m ttt"d guageaj,'arid of the ngltsh fapa&coUrvwhatcould ; 'Thefu ie''brt-C i W. pOI fa irf w-thee. .LJiz ". uI,0.. .., .. ....7 .,.1..,.,.jl.'n' I.
Sieh.W.sil7
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- -we;expecttrouitranslaUone,if the study:teeli: 'i 1 CianbA: ,.. J' L. rI
,'m.'y d br fio"ded.1IiatJ Kheaied by Ae"mightytknd ftbB"people, in tIQ& r., '.'SI.1 .' ''WI. ; Ht. -;. .'.W t ... .
of Greek arid Latiarne .ti{ *'di o tfnt d) 'C9 't.' >" 11. v1 : .t.s.. "' '
the *aid: !; I' t.ts.1 which certain first:prln iplesorfiird&mental( 'Sppoeall the go\! fbobHofintiqujty' .: i"wmJ'JJ.: .Jtr'"" :, 1r. ,jhe'; ai fl.-Wo1f.;. Wll.3. .:. :' .''. .1"r 1U\i&N.-.3: :\l .,'...1.f'fi. .:. :'f'It.:

] JD"aeetiO pmll9U 1 1I' ., \ ,.. 4 ...:..: ..'.... ;,_ jw sizeoplce V ot" ::' ..:." 1i.J :'
sue writ{ inJQn'ctifin, Tiuin3aniu i lI ofW l laws are 'established.rTher constitution. isflied lateq in to.English arid the originals destroyed : 1 1'L--i' 1Rth ':' '1I.. :: .
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& D8TJD .
thting1i .. : : : .lvssI '
.. I., ._ _- '.. . 'fi&. ; ") ib. Iy .." .;.. .
r nto, habeas cojptei,'xnd'stich'othcr'remedial and certain, it corftams 'permanent or/which: is nearly.thesazotMng'neglected.Thit and.thev.chalft.is' now om t i,.. t"Jucm 7l< L'Hb--' ;. tR.tri' ke- ,, ;" .P. .ft41i1ofaI'w.ebl7' 0 .. ...:4-lo: :.

: .English'grows oboIe1 wcentuiy; "" -* been 7-'amr.ii TJ1aiPijPerk1uI,,. "; .tJi.J:1vt,:-. .. .-' ; Fc.fJentlT.sk1 ,. ...
law diroughont has sloW
; : tad original writs as inaybe.ne ess&ry to give will of the people,;and isthe, supreme, :of .". i .ui w.
:and in'two, that anaOninuatbOretranshted. the result has been ( iidad en*t t LTI.; :-'vVw. ia,' 'f< ,. 4re. $ V T.{''I" .
it i & gcnasuinLenweandcoithoi of.all the land ;jitls:) : paramount t- totlie .legislature .InEr c" '
; faults in11the i flst'jnd 1 t "AlD '
If there tyere not tbeJeu:.!tjrvi g. :.BeTmre':'jp lve"threstisbawn : : FIoncftA..G.: V "J 'V t'I'
.
other Ceurt."State Con Art. 5 sec: 12.: and be revoKed'o altered only by the : G'.l ... r" .
can : 'DeVerheard",of a.fauldess'"translation: ) they b3 the. ection.returns. 'We t, ., Fanai.AeBuJ. ., .J .' .JIO-. '; "j- 'i..A V

.',The-j dgea'.or'the' SaprcraeCourt shall 'authority that made it. 'What are"the, Legislatures must be ,multiplied:-ten-fold! in the 'second und that. Iher j .sxo'- l'c:16!..he& & JE. .4r.. F.'i F:'Germany,, '' ., --. : ._J -. :!:" V. : :: --a' .

\* elected,orr Mhe first Monday .October,, Creatures of the Cnsfit toii- So:that within a feW"centnries;there is reason some.of the.precme'ts; ,'h i. :1V present;only G.Bi--e ir'. -' *' :EUtoiLLedwrtb. . .ere, ; 1 ApVirijiirir."Ji'. p *.'_ V
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every iyers:by- eflbiat' ticket .tn'J told The ;'Constitution is'the' voice. rill, of.the"people to fear;thaVall the old l authors' .Would oo'ither the's'( [in total: ,of votes'wffavof aid* against Lri.LO. IIIDIIW_: Lv', ..uII1D&' .' '"..:.", .". .' -' ". -....... .. ..."... .1IC I. .....i. '"....'

theiroffices. : : for the term''of. ax. years, unless themselves in their original, sovereign, lost.or preserving so"-mangled-as A:system; .Geometry to be hardly,one: would worth the' Tor road, bs received riptio:26.5'up'.to.tJ e;. '"v *:' : TboiDU"a"d"LoaL>H.Botlej.;'' *. ..Jestie.i"Vof@i.znaoo Damon IMthoa;. Lt :.. .. .;..,..,.. .rHlt .:., R"Iih 4 ., .t- ;". .J' #. .

ouer, removed D.ddresl r. impeachment and-unlimited capacity.. The,one is the work think, must close !esifi"'"tolerable translationthan 'No'Subscription .; .. .. ..: .:. .. .!2q James HTDjte, ".."'f T1.'.f1 : .i. *; is.iiQ&1 u: Qsozotu.i. ".f. I. .J 't Von
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two-thirds of the Amended the creature. The any other'science.. Political ideas .<* 't" 1" ,( VHsnto'Bgu4 ... : \ : .'
by Assembly. of the creator, the'other of are .Ao ; ".U ; ;. .I V

Constitution. .- .'. 1 Constitution :fixes: i limits in' the:.exercise of .: somewhat variable'moral notions are ambiguous Majority. 'for-"S h8crip.. on. ....:... .239 w 'k' ".:" C mt'"J\t:;. g. ".. ... the lituiluiy nII t cJJaJ .J_ .

orbit in.their nanies'at' 'least, if not in"then- Alligator Advertiser- a' : : in thTEtt 4tataa. Ji&J ."
In both Gjoverrim-niU judicial i i4es- authority, and prescribes the. .14,1855. :,
power Legislative selves ; the abstruse sciences speak a languagestill : Y'j. -., Tl*work' Till'W .L.i..1.a..Jdta .,
ted by the 'Constitution, in. a'Supreme and within which it must move-it is a rule and more indefinite but ideas of number and -* "v' : .tiriD 'tid.tJ }-41i.c "
t'I : _We are advised,.. say a the 'Waahingtpn more sized Du : ; '
and ; An Ordinance for ih and it1bae ij06 I ',
I ber..Co ,as the Eaeculive and- Legislapowers commission-by which'Legislatures Judges quantity must forever: remain .distinct And that permanent 1 t H'ri..'.._..
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'Union, Postmasters should, .make no're Y' ., .t.f.
are vested in-a President andGQt3pOri must' d.'i: G.rA yet some.late,authors have thrown light upogeometry'by : .- .cffectuiU Organization:.of,tho City B e mSccnox .b wiU '._f.thij'.idn". ';d'' ; V
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t'].. cord marks, ', .' '
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or : letters ..
upon registered l by eash. ';." ..
) and Xen ral' Ass mbJP; -- ;- : : reviving the story of the 'Greek. .JJ1aJ7't : V "I r '. 'it. .-' rTIRKS.
Congress by the name of B.arwickwas killed which the fact of their containing! 1.Biif VV l..l.fntlJui' .nJ . '
shall find that Con -man *, *' :geom tricians. Let any man read a transla* ;;money or ordained 't : :7 '4 ..
: -'P 2g.the inquiry, we by Augustus tSwaia i in 'Thomasville, Ga., on tion of Cicero and'Livy, and then study the other valuables! may be, .. orthadgknow'i. City CeuneUcftil CUE, of Tallato.ic*f Tbat7U Single copy [two WW );*n J. .:.tJ totzw '
'. greu constitutes the, Supreme Court as fol- shall It TAllahassee Satnioarj''shaU be > \} to the cooM To eloh'Cda or more (per coptf,,.. .Jjo, "- i
authors in his own and he find has b ascertained that in ?
the 29th June. On the tongue, some ai '
% : same day.a negro.was. and direction of the I tenda and City Cooncilp who Rewlttam Bust >r,mdSkIt3.. w 'i4 j
10"That- hung for a revolting crimetbe. execution being himself not'on 11 more delighted:with the man instances., the Postmasters: in-the habit. for that porpci ae.'shall be, and are hereby,:cuotUtoted. .notjn Post Office"iacbe & ; 4! .;..;.t ,,

the Supremo Court of the United ner, but also more fully instructed in the the word a pard of Trwtett... VSm .Addr3AM'ZSXThZ
of marking "registered" .th&outside .
witnessed the : on V
Enterprise says, by a large matter. 2..Be.it further'.niainc4. That the said ", 'J -AtO i
;
shall consist of Chief Justice and five .
States
a concourse of people, white and colored, old Beauty of style and'harmony of verso would of such letters, together with the amountof .Trustee, inav.-froDi time- )to,time wlect V suitable .JtJDt 1 65: :.. w H: t
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associate cea.--- Stor)' Laws U. s:5- enclosed. number of citizeni not meoiben of;the..Council and : :: ; t
and decay at the first translation, and at the sec money The practice isun; nthor. : V : :
to" 'F ''n .
young. them iritH -themand affjrd :
Court reqoett cooperate. g. R i
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like the Florida
In manatees
Supreme ond or third be %quite lost It is not possiblefor izedand impolitic, and is forbidden by the department thirD UM benefit of their kixrwedg! ani'eiperience W '. .. ..' '. Ht VV .

constituted. .'"- From and after fee 1st of Jansuary OAK HILL, July 6th, 1855 one who is ignorant of Latin to have any in th4 ".
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1851, the Supreme Court of the State of MR. EDIToR-T:; e: .ciiizens of Leon, a- adequate notion of Virgil ; the choice of his Seminary SWL 8.B;and e itSurtkr in furtherance ordoinrd of,iu'deaiga..Tbat.tbe.Pnpili and-object famiharfBballtx 8ath'i"da1t'1na,,. at.' .. .. ": I I I
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shall be composed of 1: Chief Justice words and the modulation of his numbers-have Gov. RBEDEK AWD (SnmoELLow.- and..a1IU 1. .
one GBN.
Florida round and near Lake Jackson, met and celebrated laid :Qqder. the :;charg 'antl rap f- old., "t..ItL, r-
=
never, been copied with tolerable .success)in TIle "WOO 'of b('InstroctiodaDd uA ; Hnhy '
shall personal rencontre between Gen. a Superintendent t-
and two associate.Justices, who;, .be Fourth .String ; ad about -
the ivigbt
: in .1a .
chosen and elected according .to the'provis- ofJuly; a pleasantand any other tongue. Homer hal been_ of all fellow and Gov. ,Reeder,'of Kansas, referred teachers ra the several branches of edueatkn Tto as mky. 1,111 giP.oRTZDOIJAz; : ; $. i"lKk..c1w.Jl rft .. .V il
patriotic manner. The weather the most fortunate in translator his fromtheetotiuiebedeemedoectesary. SuperbUndaot
wasVery poets,. a ; to by telegraph is confirmed.' oa
nt. eai1that
Wednesday
: eu ir .
isions of the Constitution.. -Pamphlet. Laws. -,. ,unfavorable: to the preparations, and articles fable, description and pathos' and for the The parties met at ''Westpbrt; Mo.' Gehi. dant and QooneQand anctMcbtTI.JbAtt.be shall receive elected for by their the eiTMea J ntex feaogettJMt i'or'l"lIcf1' ." '' i" St' .

1850. most partbis characters, we find in Pope ; but tJM.ppe. *'. .'., 'oS :.r "11
B subscribed ,were not furnished,the subscribers Stringfellow demandedfrom Gov.. Reeder a k inch compeouitioo as may.hereafter: prorided.8x0.4. ; t
we find not his simplicity nor his impetuosity, S That lEe c.. .JJItf..eBUAtu ,;"
Jefferson retraction of ; further ordained SnperintendentofCImtnieUoa :
DwngthePresldcncyofThothas: charges .or imputations 'made
that the .
weather addmitted ,
not thinking of an nor that majestic inattention to the more trivial him : I ahall be-mpoosftjl* for tbe .Ceo 'il1cQ.'ti.3 1 *W 'i

Congress'repealedthe law passed during' die assemblage of much size. With the .assistance -, niceties of style, which is so graceful in against bythe latter. ..in someone; of'hi di ciplioe'q r.uid Seminuy and.ab, see\.thd_the v -

time his'predecessor, creating a large number eastern speeches, Gov Reeder declined''tomake rules and4egn1atitos' thatjmay be'preseribed: Ji>r the in Leok.jQIraiit JComtJ: :1.t.i
of friends him but which imi
from the City there no other poet'dare te.- ;
was an any retraction, or to' give satisfaction. gooxl order and_,goreroment of the same,be properly .
.Circuit Courts. Even this right for a. abundance of eood, substantial cheer. The Hoiner in Greekseems: to sing- extempore and and then followed the personal rencontre, in 'enforced """' Sarah' ..oeJ'7. ElnPr. D1T.. e.: .t

time was denied though finally-yielded as far ; from immediate inspiration enthusiasm ; which the Governor S a &:Be it fwrier ortlaiJl l" Tb tit slI1Ihetheduty.ofthe'Soperinterxleatof 1D4.NUl": ) '. ". -' ,
Cannon o1eIthe exercises of the day. H..TBlncker was 'pretty.; severely .ft: V .
Instroctioa 44. .i.
to
his and prescribeand ql s-
but in numbers "
English, phraseology
as Inferior-Courts'were ncerneJ. handled. Wd1r 1
c' By common -r ad the Declaration in a.clear, not little elaborate which mentionnot ", ?,!"r ;. direct the books to"be.wed in said Seminary TVPriD'fl.VV'4. :- ,3
: are a -
consent of all fhb Court ; well the mode and of hntroedoo Provided .TT* Pea to tU .1. it-
Supreme was u manner : Mtii&etion of ruCoutt ita au
impressive tone,' A.-S.; hnson delivered'a J
: be.the creation with any view"to detract from,the transla- .ELECTIONS.-Alabama", Arkansas Iowa, that parent* and guardian ofrlslutbe Seminary JL named 4efio4aa .WT.ps. riIdc .
to
regarded and'admitted chaste and excellent address. We then ad,; tot,'who truly deserves the highest praise, but Missouri .andTexas hold theirelections may direct'the different breaches i';MclIthef'mzywishthefrdnIdrenorrdstobiuitxusUd. out trht 8ta&,61'.. 16 Wr' .,

the Constitution- not liable to Legislatite j jonrned in order for dinner,-which i 'passed off to show the insufficiency modern. language Kentucky, V ing'f.tbbad facta harzed Ja aaid D Ol".raw. -:1
the first ,in Tennessee
i on Monday August; Szc.,c. B;'itfurt&er rdained That the cholait'e O t the W 1I.lit'' .
action so!as affect the tenure of office of to a just idea of ancient writing. I otab.1vPrlM47ae4
pleasantly} and enjoyed. by all Then fol- convey on the-first. Thursday, 'and North L year ahall be divided into two aewioM of five taot&ht &W'aCOJJ.1'1 thi.paper' order be pnbW3e4::3a :iW '
need .
v not enlarge this it is well ,
the judg s. lowed good speeches from Messrs. Hardisonand on subject, Carolina thesecond. 'ThqrdAy,.or the'same I each,and that after the expiratiooof the pment quarter printed ia..T.n.fM..d 1
known that none of the great authors of antiquity (for which provision wa made by the first" Juciot1jebefoN'' &Jay PnOIOt 1
Tho Supreme Court of the United States month. On ( in ; temporaryorganization. dQT asid hesri" : '
thesecotd'-Monday September
Havens, of Gadsden. ,Augustus L. Fisher. have ever' been adequately' translated. .) the'firit eflaion ball ,:cotnmwe oo the '.IrGra.. lt J-AYLAKEB'1 :
in the case of Osborne vs. the Bank of the -f A rwho the election in Maine occurs and that of, first of October 855.- The Tacatioo month Jl1 80.,18A5. .!. .J
then responded'to a call from his friends, in a No man 'understands Plato, Demosthenes Monday *m't'i. .. ;..t --,

United States,AS early as 1824, declared that short bnVinteresting address-He was much or Xe ophon in the Greek, or Livy, Cice- Vermont on the'first Tuesday in'the: same in each and every' year shall be August sod.Septem- V- : V V. ."")- "'':.t. .j'
mo.ith. tcr.. Harciiiyftre
"the Constitution establishes the Supreme applauded. He was .saluted' on rising, in a so and Virgil, in ,the Latin, would willingly SEC. '. $e it further V erJainei,'That' aH UwTe- vIntion ,8hoyec.Cut1ery, q .: ;.

even the best translators of those au inconsistent 'with the V "j ii
Court.and defines its jurisdiction, decision peruse : *, 'orders or regulations ( J i
raptuous manner. May his shadow never be thors.: Worms.g proruioD of this Ordinance,be and the sam are here; 'mz Sat.erib loylta 1M aU.utoXa : .

not even questioned since by any one. Chancellor less. The assembly dispersed 'in.quiet i All i If one mode of composition be better than A* this i is the season of the year.when worm I by repealed. V -Lflh1iEg*"_-. NeWYOIktO thr:stockofgtei: ; .J

Kent in his commentaries The are moet formidable among children the' proprietor I Passed Council Jane !6, 1855. J.9&net lathe. ay.Iii.srtjcu-. i
says, were'upon their good behavior that day., May another, which will.sc.aree. be denied, it is of M'Lanefo Vermifuge beg 'leave to'call theatteotiou.I II THOMAS HAYWARD,".Intendant. larlj-sdapted t"tJW.so ; ., tl'ar., .. 'J
judicial.power of the United States is in pointof each 4th/be'' surely worth while to a standardof of to its virtoes for"the V ."* ,'; &oaeuatLW t"\'ol. .
returning /: celebrated Just sucha preserve parents expelling(.these 'an >JUDe 30..'1 855. .28-4. .
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origin and title, equal with the other pow- that which is. best.. This cannot. be done noying'and, often fatal enemies''children. It waainTented I '' it : .01U .a.k'aI' ._<..Jc., .". .
and ;
friendly, orderly patriotic manner. A8
by a physioao of great experience in.Virgin V V V .12a.PeiJl .t St.JJ _
but
the authors and :
ers of the government, and is as exclusively you know, Mr. Editor, the weather was unfavorable they by cannot: preserving be said to original be preserved unless; iawbo: after.having'nsed it fur several year m his; .irrlyal. of:Sltdame Alolphe; J'UDe. -..n.1. I .VV h.' -I. .. .,' .' \.. n
rut in the Courts created and iband its 'so onfrersal -- f,
by or in pursuance own practice soocess ; iLin ADOLP.HE hum ... -. .
but could n' .
not dampen the they be studied and understood. Translationsare :
patriotism induced but T'HE.'joatlre Juti
at last to offer it to the pub1ie'as i cheap, ;es'' Cod j .
of fie .
Constitution, as .the Legislative ; of the citizens. f Lake Jackson so.as to like portrait They may give some idea certain and excellent medicine. :Jt has,since' become ;nniversslly.: acknowledged greatest NattwJi81. .. ,
prevent in the world is id Wb.V'qEE
dedgs '
palter is vested in Congress or the executive. of the lineaments and color,'but the life and justly popular.throughout the -United .Slates,as the, Sympftthitst now TaUahaawo.feaityto 'Va: V aci' .
their assembling themselves, in order to to receive visitor at the City Hotel, whom'w will in ,j.otbaot z' .atR: V
.. power in the President; the>;.Sopreme Court' declare their recollections the motive they cannot copy, and too often has-been most efficient steadily I iVenuifug on the ever increase known since aDd iU the'first demand introduction I i all about the Past,the Present and UM Future-if JobQ :maw''f berntlL&si: lbs bt'. '

was instituted by the Constitution which or- grateful of the po instead of exhibiting the air of the original, to the p'uUic" &:married or DOt; and wbeo erwbat J ladylofhn vigai3aeC.. meemt. .. .(i. 1

dained litical birthday of: t our nationality. With my theypresent us with'that only which is most ur Purchasers will be careful to uk for DK.IfLAKE' they will get;"or busineu of.any Jeteriptioo. tunable- to jees .1o--Lt W7.ili4 1i
that.the judicial :of the'United Consultation fee from |1 to.'8, Whew aee 00V J5Iyi ;
power acourdiny io4jdples4to .
best wishes for Mr. Editor and to the taste of the Abolishthe CELEB&ATID VJDUUJVUE, and take none else. -
your success, agreeable painter. ,the_ i
States should be : far they wish to go, or.what time they wuh tooccu7For'psrtku1rsiee Oi Di J
; vested i in. one Supreme Court and will the AU other Vermifuges, in comparison ar. worthltste. '_ < f.
originals
hoping that.you will be with s" next time," you soon see copies I M'Lane'a lal5dIyuue1A.D, I5- : :
and such other Courts as Dr. 'Vennifage also his Celebrated Liver V .
Congress' might. es- and give the public a better description of occurrences degenerate. Pills, cen now,'be bad at.all,respectable" Drug Stores: .haDdbflls.-. V Jmi4'3 V 18: ..DO.N-CAVUOS.fll 'J' -: 'V .'
iablish." 1 Kent There in the excel Tallahassee July.14, IU. *28. V :z''A,, '
290-297.. I aro, English tongue two in the United States and Canada 1 85 '
Judge in his subscribe myself} your friendly lent styles'of poetical composition. Miltonis ; tr.For'sale at all the Drag Stores in TaIJaJ.Ste6.and .'- V V 'tI1ft n" :1' '' ':- .
-Story 'B
commentary ,on..the F .S8Jeh T. .
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SUBSCRIBER. F. one model'in' the one; Dryden and Pop at one Agency in everyTown the South. -. : ,... ".\ .

Constitution the United.States, uses this in the other. Milton formed himself on' the July, 7, 1S55_ .27-2... v ,1 T. HB"nndertigned""offer;tat sale hi*Dwel--I .RAN'.WA.Ybaa. u.e8a'Wr> : 'Ol ,:
'
language:-,"-The people of the United States II [FOR THE FLORIDIAN fc JOURNAL.] ancients arid on the 'modern 'Italians who imitate : Tallahassee: ling.House; W"ard the 60'Bel acrei!.Air of land Boaif.sooth The of abuatueanold.ro .'OrJ.te1iTeighi .IIl'IV1fD,\ .

have chosen to at.1.blish.a Constitution of EEMASKS ON THE UTILITY OF CLAS. their ancestors of- old-Rome-Dryden m mmu V house ba six eU5nisbdcrbe; premise about 1841 ..;&' c&red' _> "fQCWD \

Government with !!. and.prerogatives SICAL LEABHlff. and Pope tok.theY nch poets for thetr pattern i.a aublWltial.out Kitchen (and..good water. .dhu..e.rooaMta. : ; hjsuCouWin .
powers In the City of Apalachicola!l .the..ll.t.h. isat..bythe ber offered reasonable aid ta have .been caoMibr) tbe 4J "
The will" '
omvwy
Boileau who followed the property .
over which neither the Executive nor particularly ReT.W.T.SAtniDXE*. Mr. A; &L;' HODGSON, term. .This t. one of the. ioott durable locations in !.pur4iQofMtgutnry NOYembef.l.' .

the Legislature .have any power, either of alteration NUMBER X. ancients, (of whom he' was a passionate ad- Tallahassee, to Mias .OEORG1ANNRAYDEN Leon County< .For.terms apply to.the firm of White County,If..a" 1 .pMa@ ."

mirer,) as far as the prosaic genius of the of *, V & S1uai t..next door to D.1L..*.mow's.. rerOl'UdoIhn'Ji: .)\ l1r w !
or- control .It'is to all the departments Good translations are very useful; but, the French tongue would permit If we reject Apalachicola. V ThOMAS .WHITE. D :

equally, a' supreme\, .fundamental,.un best of them will.not render the study of the the old anthors and take these great moderpa 'July 14, 1865.. 25.Apalachicola .. him to t 'me g,ot hu Iwm aaft oOn6, cHDtdilt1.a1\"'

changeable law,'.which. all most obey and none original classic authors either unnecessary or for: our' standard, we do nothing more than Cd CANDIDATES. ii''c.. f .0at0 eoitritl eifteiP,4 Uda'
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unprofitable. This might be proved after If -'---"----'---- ----' pNOTIOE.DuliDr borrIdm.
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are at liberty to .disregard.. The main i many copy a copy. we reject both andset ..
secu. ; arguments.. about {framing new models of composition, trWe."authoriedto umounee D. Vi.WYNN the'absence of the"nbatriber a bol tbaDkftaD1 reeel. ctACOCZ: : .'

rity relied upon.to check.any irregular or:unconstitutional '. I All living.languages' are liable ro'chang. our'success. "will probably ,be no better than as candidate for reflection to.ih. offic ef,J udg.'Of to twy 1ndiwilt plea file ". ), die. -, "lDtl4.t1t.J".t 't'J "rt.W. .. A: :.t.-""..1 V
i Probate of Leon' County at the electioa ia .October. their appWtioc*..with J.H._ _Oatlin lathe State Regiatei' -- V ,' ..
measure, either of the Exccu- I The.Gteek- and.Lati; though'composed: 'of that of the. projectors.whom .Gulliver visited : ,* : -
neiL. .-.1'- OflJoe;er.with Dr. A. M.Randolph.'Mr i.ICBtrQBtlf---: -'
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tire/ or the Leg fe"--department*, was' the more-.durable materials, than'.ourswere: 'subject at the metropolis of Barnibasby. '- ." ..; ; Oatlin',is authorized to receive paym.n.taior . ---r"R iP.f. ... ..' \. ,
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judiciary. ..To-have made tho judges.therefore to perpetual vicissitude.till: they ceasedto H; .W. P. JUNIUS, DT:'The fnead ef MB. JAMES.T.'KILGORE, notes due.. : JOHN BEARD '-' : .5..i) Ii.VI<-,. ;.:&C... ':! ';:.. '

be spoken. The former ,is with.reason. Pthzcipalofthe Tallahassee City &.' announce him as'a '.candidate for Shetiffuf,LeonCwun-. : : '' .Becelrv Ac,of ApaUchicoU;J..cI Co." '. AB.'tllllJ"l.or. _'".,.. .. .a .. :

: removable at the pleasure of President believed to have been more': stationary than .ty at.tbe election b October.next t4 | -'' July 11.3856. .. .' '" '..tHw"j; f, : ., '.'... "
and Congress would have been' virtual oilier The Redan _' V .1 SentuMl. and ,Wakulli;'Times'publish oar weeks. : tt.8JI. ...: ::-tr : : : ;
a. sur any ;:and indeed, a very particular at- and the Malakoff T . -' -\ _
WE are .autk>riied.toannonTce .THOMAS .. :
render to them of the custody and appointment tention was paid to the preparation of it; yet These now.. famous towers, that may be' H.?HAtR CAodidateb-"Tax. -'Aweswr and Dot- .Great LaiidSa1- t. .'.f' DSt.. .. .Am. ..' .'

of the Guardians'of the Conatitntio."' between Spenser and Pope, Hooker.and Sher.. said to guard the gates fiebastoppl l, 'are already 1 lector of Leon.County sUbs ensuing:election'in .Octotohwr -: _, ,- V TAt." B .:' .}. : !
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3 Story" eo :j484. "- ... ,-.. ...' lock.Ealeigh' 'and 'SmpHet;tfJttfference1 dialect celebrated Jot.,deeds'of>al6r, on the next. .*' '' *" ",:. .i -TN L punuance.'of will offer;:a for decree.sal,'at in t&!.Chanoeryr timeiAd tb'r odit plaice 1.aaU.a..t' "t .. V
is not:more perceptible 'thanibetween Ho both] of and signed ; 'fl' .
that
part besiegers besieged almost 1- -
Judge Tucker ,.ABTUR- herein ota tpillktac rei.of land !
in jus commentariea' Ma. bJriJ.--PJa cteugnatooV upward* '
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: announce
says, 'rn-.and Apbllonius,- eDOr.l ::and -Plutarch, -rival those. which old. Homer tells of 'of : .. DRUG8-D.. . .:"
film e /i Candidate r;Tax'Assessor,' and. CoO.ctor besidejot' thCHy .A i&aodjird. '" ,, i
"The American Constitutions .
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appear. to be Aristotle and .Antoninus. In'the'-Rpraah before the walls of of Thida'tha of tbe APALACHICOJUA. 1
aut Troy'thousands *of long. fur Leoo. Oooaty, at the Electioaia October jiexCMANYVOTEES.i Towp Newport; ioperty .

the first in iich this ..absolute independence thors the[change'ofjanguagfc is still" more're-v yearS since. "*. .. '.* V ., 'T. ,.. ._LAND-.cOAX;-..m: .fl och ,J TUST"01 REc'Jn. .T "tulhil lr

of the judiciary.has formed one.ofthe.t, nda- markable. How differentia respect is The first of.these' towers..the .Redan, U-a -.r M -' ? portion of aid lancts.aaJw. ,,"w.ounueLcJV4JecaTWaknU Offered Dry, .,ct .' PaiD"' ,Oi1a iTiKkgI55 ,.. 9 4
and Qadsdeov via be ia Tallaiuuaee Irutty,
mental. .prjD i| ei.- >f .Government. :'In the Ennius from; ,Virgil;. Lucaius.from. :Horace, huge .semicircular i earth-work. formincri/io:i BRYAN r e WE.are: candidate.'autboriiedto.snnoUDOe for Clerk! ofthe:'COUNOIL Circuit on' th.'FIESTWONDAY'nrDECE* BEtt-nextJ: ; V-..l c..r.. .Atao.-: ,. ***--."M"' Jj jl;:. ..t 1T

CafroColarnl1 .. and even Catullus. from fact, a part of. the main fortifications on the and thatart'wbich lie*in" Fraokrw',County wilt.bo t& <
United States ihejndiciaixwer is a-distinct 0-' Court for the Xunty of Leoo/at: tha election in'-Octor'bernext < fulPil. *sWyi2ifeiii;:
: Ovid The law of the twelve tablestboughstudied land Side 'of the c ty-just"'ou id : the:\valls.It '. off.&vt ApatichicoU o q the FIRSTMONO&Y.,IN i lnOO.lbep.o's.? : '
f separate; independent'andeoordinate branch VV JANUARY ,These lands he &beGull.CuuCi.. ;<<;.to < ..
:by every' Roman of condition;.were was originally of stone, -:bntsince; the in. 1886. oo 5ooo : :? ;.- '
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of the not. .understood.even the the'Fr CrmMB' -BhItMun: discharged ute cffJo: ({he St,ilark to the{ApaladiicuU. 'Bit. & \:00- l 01ar&JO.1'V- -*. '
Government expressly recognized as by antiquarians vesunent'qf city by. neli and Eng ;FKLWW : '..* '. V
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andJoIude thIOda3UId eoa.LI ;
in the' time.of Cicero when lish,.immense 'earthworks have been added the duties the Office of Tax Collector to'hidayoar, a. .. '.(' .' ..'.:_ -V
such8ttoBlj, .9r :Higtits' .and Constitution : they were netquite'four'hundjred ldodacurlectetmeIa T-185VasifhoWn by ,TIii wmbtI, c;the retniwader E N," s

and fem4strs1Jy ,se:,by the Federal'Courts years?lc-" Cicero i himself to'it.,1.. .' I reooipU from .Trwuurer'j office,I rebpecCfully iu'equal mstaUneuU of one and two years. with iotermt !I. x ; '_ 4
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aiwellas Lucretius; : : ]. *. at sT4ii'tftf? ?
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'raade several improvements The Malakoff Tower next nortK <:apd offer mysclfbeTuro 'y'(>q"a.a eancBdato loiretleetkaOctcler from.day, of \ V '

;. Col1lUt dOn 1q WhiCh".the- .. .. of the. in the>Latin tongue; Virgil introduced east r::of'the,':.Redan ; betwe n Jhein.Ue :tM ,hi. DU ,- ;-L.ajEMfLLY." -Fat property purtliaaed Comfci a f.U e>1.the: 'scrip oth / .X* Ke>K__|,:.. Mu t&t4 '. XS .. ?-..
ApaJaSiooUIwil woed
U M at.' '.a.aD .. po to, like'1 jspme. .new'words; ;.and; .Horace. asserts1'hisright OchAko ravine and 'artl w rk8.' 'Tbe'M: l; ,'-.----- ', : .l ".." ; ',' ,'-.4 ; : y, by Stuck.- ':!. t.? *' sirifr.vadEa&
will :
holders *
their rceeleatol : :Fny3i&
assigiwes, Tmeotlai. ?
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'-tbei.'fins. 1olute judo' marki upOfl/'i -Anu:;Poet, VL. 4672Tprpeara pf,thfr Careening-.Bay,*.bat on the southern :Court of Leon. County Caoo'idare.jfor'*t the .I e Oft.October. -. } JOHN..UEAItD/eeeiver.&cc.-! f fJoly'.14 J OOJ rfoHl.i Y ( ..:.ti::'3" j'nr\-I:.J .. ; .
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pe nd ncGi. &, ,. J ,.id.i,.both t, to'liave i Sid :. the .Immutability of.living' and ,westem side...The'l\lam lon stands( ':400ysdtia i'1 4 -"-' .* :'.. .' MA1lYA'OTERS.' ; .. ,<..sal.i.. ;f; ta.( V .. '''1'na. fr JOOB&U.W: 'O'f. J.I V

xeeu.I language jos an. Impdtsible thing.. It :?front of ;.in: i more.,-commanding :_' '. '. :"" .1. _' .; : Fkrid*SitineL4uU* Tnne.aud.tbtKPt1 I .miD'f.P. (. 1.. t"
live and leguaUve departmentswhich I' : .. hic ta.Commercial AdrertittT will pub tiU ; .1,1' ; '. : ,
cor 'and when it taken T b She ViilersofLe.si County f ... fPt' '. : ; AiIit-r.
were TabAen.to flatter' oarselvei'with the : position, .was by the French; :. notified to discetiture*..' ... V ...
tend is to be:;md.m1:?1t and: f: l hope V o1 Ruasian hauled the of, friandij .MMO.UJ.GESS ; 1 I .. tkSi: :' >(2.
spirit b f|>ennaaencv:'to ioy; ofihe f >.modern i I the. their ships out of the bay, At :request many: 1- ..- "t". r ''; ,j.-"Y! .-"IT-..

oil Coittiitut*niiino.tleti eoesaryo1he tckDguos.ofEurop( ; WfiIch being more tjcflTawfiihaSihej.tatfa as. :they were exposed, the jguns, o :the offers himself a eAn4jd4 rf ilpdgV of Probate. .'. .. :: NoU 00''r ..-" ( t.". -4.
at the ensnbg :electioq in..October nex arid'itfll be .vtu
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libertJ'n trorthci :aod roP' ri&'- : 'and'Greek aVeeHroore ?:: ,MAmeo| iehsudaoftheFtench'( :: _Those rt of his friends aod'frllow-citi- 'IXk'd.t.I .IIfI1r iO tbeJto '&. -Dm" A' lYILot,'-"/.
erty i I'"*;t a sog6: > nmen th. K ; ;erooi 1 U lea a in. tbr "worlc: .were)m'fact all. 'ontworbs,and 'zeoIgeneraI1y.PO. *r'-.'. *.: '***"* VV'.4 ..",_... '. S Jodgft.f robetuf.LeOOC. 1.'r. 'tt: I LT4i':4 .t.V RaiL.r. .) .
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.ibleionovatbnt. .'owJ. ..&nt':t eiak i bare been thrown rip mce the,commencement AdmiaistraKxi 00(04 estate of Sl&on. <.. ,
..archjrtck! :.b depend eaee 'caa jleT.ar be &" ..mkltitU\-. osnd / ',&UXJ- ,::.;:,r:" :of.ihejseige;almost In presericeof the.Frgtfch :: f W areantboqMd'jUiaoBOonci k.T.goi A of LecoC untyVdweaiwiy,"JOHN iOJPO W ; wtoeliTC5W
'. ''iwr4.l,- .' .nee. .,, J..ROBERTS as'a:'fandhfate' Tax-AfMsson; and rt"Iun
perfecd/jiltcined'Lrfi cocstitatiomU term 4Dr J.Q8Ie WJJ 11. ft..1 t -ti ittevU. and.English, but still'theymay:beconsidered;: : |Kt :lUt ; Jul7.IUL. .VV :' :.! -' f '.:: j jl
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i : A e4tt.ws&ted ia every town than half its 'charms; aDd:altboitg h it it fsovereiffo a\lJe.hiapp y his Cuatomtft and.n woes t. bokTed .nfII ytar'1.herw' ftegdTsr Ml

:.;, Ua ;.Oa tpffiectMi the Terms' win remedy for those wh are ci'a y as..wsD as those who .. bjM.
:: B .des'f jai '*t".CM.:3L l such in a applJeatlrn the hair aod'tealpas'kealcalated any'hotne to'thk'dty.:' lley ia part'cooant of. oj sad sweatier ii 1'traa'aceFld1'

;tl1 7ati.tN..Eatf. rcitVanai"who. :are -' to preserve it:both Era perfect and healthy state F & l. '. ; -JI'oYGber.C1854.. .. 1DL ..'

'( fcr.bfolpsrformaocwt.ftafcrftrt7. Pm : From tht Editor -f th Rio, &tatt BootnaDdHardware. and Perfemerr.3ad .
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:U VricUy'eoa&lentttL, 'BSk,on sJl tohreot. : Bono BoDo" Ware,, Greeeriea ry;, .;:HpmcBopathiorttSdeoerof:'b1 tif C3aI3.yn .
e 4 th .. ,March 2064.PmL MM popnkrb; this .
"4, : t. .'llekil.. :$1-.H&tYee. II: ( ; Wood; Dear Sir-Uui become prematurely Crockery GlaaaHaUaad ), ;. .. Iroo std'_Steel.Baafcf _.I J. Vf 1Iii1Iw.'ofti a 1"'' : e 'MrCtf. ,.Ua sR + 3 ibo t'N1.dh

it Address JAMES r.' gray. f'was:indo Ve ; Bo'aDd k
".' 't'rbDm'amta.alp Ac,, April.t ,: 1W4. 'fm '17 edantkiito fcr
tt .V.:. JlaD make trial of vior lair restorative.. I Lave n lees -- whfcttt If hiaNi .,. ,'
i Jane titan two bottiea>trot the fcasrt feat aft lien aod Boy'sOctober dotUoz, J 'Oar'Ajtstfafl :.' C. -
; S.,1U5. 2Sp gray diaappMTed .
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sec hair ,,oasea ask"tlusYtlp..
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f. tJ ; my. ota attained 4 tvdtb
.m, In. Chancery, ; ; } of tit original color;yet the process of change it gradually }) Florida Hotel S- IIC'lt0 NTE8 after date, ooifcrsigpea oelaotsafitatdroftheestasa -. w.'IriI /. :a .
:.? >" JU Cirnut Court'oftktMl&Ut going on,'and'I harm great hopes that ins abort time of H.R.Bedford.;oWeasj U._aid 1i114 lW'.

; 0 'Ida.. /. Leon County. ; lDybair..ill be as dark:aa formerly.. I have also been .Mo1frlcJLL, Jtifiltes at ttibtsr .d'tat..f Leon 00aDty."nl'ahitb Wi deal e ,r>takMtwt. .MKSIg

tt ,much gratified at the healthy moist and vigor of And vouebsrato the Urn. Jodg4 of Probate_ oIConatyand ) .. ;_cI-'
BEondersignedgives ootieeto
"If Andrew s.Garr. ettalu. ', ) the hair which before was .harsh and dry'and it has. ;_lliethathe[ has refitted.-the Hotel pub in. ask to be k .1 a> : ; -_ ? ,' U..1 i ;1 r. t .T'

t. a .1 d ceased to come out as formerly. .. formerly bjOa New- [ JWW.&kD" ,.Adieiir rratorii ...:..-w.I1aEbum 1.'lb1iM

tI-( ,R .Lewis Cvtisit Nathaniel, OQ the Slat!Tburtton day of,et M ) 'Respectfully yours, D,C.M. RUFF. be prepared to receive visitors pL by_13thotNovember. ,April U;.lU ."16.'ID.- all piths tlis 8.tdb.-Fad Kerdtriliirr'piri ._

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.+ WHEREAS Ne.POdered b CHICAGO,May 164.-I have nsed-prot! Woods The boogie U.nowlo.toioogtt repair, I ;>atOd.lektb. .W 'l.

.s" the Hao.J.Wtylet Baker Judge of the j Hair Restorative to a dGcidedadnDtage. It preventsthe and will be to managed as.to promote the comfort of k >- JOJce.t' ".IOd:.. .. I...
;f said it was other things ordered at hair from'toauag oat gives its gloss and softness guests and boankre. JAttacbed are good;atablet. .TS hereby'given.that at.the poi'-Ioa o/the Genera eo arhdg to. recd. _
''1... .- And It fa among further"ordered and u ; very'desirable. V The'few gray'stare bad have where every .attention is paid to bon 'Terms at Assembly oftis'State of Florid,to be,heldat eats Tia II-.t.evil,. .yp,

':.. having'claims'debts or.demands I H J JI entirely tfisappeared. Others of my famfly have used moderate as at any other Hotel fa the J country. -,A TaHahasaee fa NoemwaatappUc.tio.wiIl tit bop.. "I ,' . .o-. '. ., '

: tall persprit dpsa4i.Isud, 'Coa;pan ,or.to j2 ft,and concnr. with me fa prooouocing it all professes share"of custom b respectfully. solicited; DIe to' amend the-Chuter'of the r 11' to be. HENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avenue.; C. BLESS. eola. ,B.F:? ;OURS$' ;
loxxfe Force's DIN
:1 : known. Purchase ora : .SE."Wd1N: .D jt.sad.xnitlagaath .
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j
V } :. tike taU leads do present the same with _Monticeno.October i8;18M. 11' 48 'H.K.TA7LOBBENKZET. J *. .-- I Jt

.'j}' tbers ,c.Huck .t cb.r.Jr.. E }V coe of :: raor. WOOf'8 oaitxrAL tt1rA_ art UNUCXNT.TLis : AGENCY THE.VETNA &- ; hcltlaC ..,..,. .

.. wf this'; .Coortat his ofice fa the City of.- Liniment is a valuable auxiliary to the treatment : INSURANCE Apslebfeola-Apri128;- ,[!8JtW..17. ," 7 '.'
..t; o or before ibs first day of October a of some of;the most r formidable disease with HpHE mid a igoed, Agent of the abofe Company;; I : &- :,I nit! .. "

.*; the said Master take proof of and ascertain which it U our lot to contend; for instance; inflama-' Jwfll. reeerre applications for and make hMoraoee Leos. tent"' liD Pttirko,. : =_:. "l .,.
V 'amount'of two of the and bowels i against IOM by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings 'TALLA1 A EFWBIDS.tiWebmeiAowinfoltopeAti6b, a. .J
,:. paa the validity and each \ longs : By a thorough and con- : :' : -
,+f .f tocVclalnt: ,debts'and'demands. tinned application of this Liuimeot over the regions of Furniture Merchandize Ac. 1"HIS ,, AUf J -0 .._ r f.c :IfJ' 'Itf; M

aid Master do tommoa before' him such the affected organ the otherwise formidable diseasesare January 29. 1853. 4 B. 0. LEWIS. ,orders will W atteodedlv with jprataptaeas,and .The: rlc. *Lis.ed A.vn.. ..

r w .: claimants or aeditora. or their agents u at once disarmed of more than, half'their terrora DR. ;LE1fIStRESIDI.NT"DENTI8T. an vork doq*with Matoesa ad dispatch,' j ,, ., Ir anaD4
; erUia or b* Informed within his'8ta particularly among children and. thousands of motbm > '.' AU 11c41 o<;work eacha Baja. twk IGU Work, 1'.1&' .

r '.:. notice by advertisement to be published at I were they allowed to speak, would with all the Gin'Gearing,.Sogjur 1,1d'q, Otsevlar &..Machiosry, &. : 8CQY&'

"r': papers publiahed in this State and fa ODe i eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Shaftmg, PttRtya Hangers,'Flotgfa :Castinfs, Braie.CasriseAa u.Diartt+a Ba fiith.A -.
:' the City ,vf New.York,** afl claimants ( ,) testimony the fact that it bat eoatdMd their chi1dren 18'aw io rti g'ArtificiJ TeVth'.the ;'also, Bdor.Kettles,'of aaiy.aix*WptoostanUr &te i. ;8IIf ..

tort praises tbftt.J.rm.M- be from the very jaw of death, and restored them I.,aew' awl"agreed 'pmdple, with oo ban L. .AU work doo.fagotti iatabU b -'V f.JW: w.'itw Ageesistr iia8-

r tqglae same. And'that any person or ; to their fcrmtr health sod beauty. Again it will be continuous gttma, from_one.aide to the aid wOllw done ,by ae,'with a-partieuar regard. to l

: 1 '.', paving before bin lID 'I refereaee.gibs fond a powerful auxiliary fa removing what is genet other without seam or craek,leaving nor place lor tbtlodgmeot the strength and draabilitr c/t the work Zaae..J ifalltb. Diusgil .

.; *rty to contest the claim or demands.of. ally knows as an Ague Cake or an enlargement of of food, thereby'rendering them perfectly '. Competent Workmen always fa readtaess (a pot up .m,every Tosuidtls. f. h
t.,1 door persona;'and, that ill such the spleen,iadced in all cases where the external ap life like sod restoring the. original contour of the dee; -' a"' r.Dmaryl7.1 &a. "fOt ,. _

:'C aots u shall not ome is sad proveSheir d plication H of*erriee, this UsMnent will be towed use I so aate'&f,'deteetloa He wfll attend'to' all' ealbb erms will be 1a-b.nJ.;id in work'bat strict sot sz2.:I.j.-itl.. } :

J tla t n i..bom.limited or,such further ful. I Middle Florida for Full&. Thom wkhfagFnll eaah,or accepted orders oo some ISMJSISSI finojo,tiieplace. ) ,.fW

1 .' said Matter than allow for.that': purpose MOF. woo '. VXOXTABLK MAOIt'Un K1.L8. Setts can obtain all oeeeawt.ioibrmatioo by'letter. Liberal prices paid fixeJdlroB.'Copper_and ; .f tt otso3it r
4 :.. claded from the benefit of the decree &ebe He will warrant, fa imeatisfaetou and BravM., >" *
bat tach to the' ButAncLO.MaySO.'fiS. .P. .J. WOOD:-Dear eveir iettero be adcJnIe : :";lW4T > *V ." '3f>: 3.., C. ;.....l.Aadrit .
not "All mist
.. earn; perwot parties : Sir:-As we have used and teen'.Used for a number prices to suit the time Terms Cash or when called (Polmt peedZo .
N ahiQ Q' before the said Master to J.'M. SHINE Ilk Co T-n.1. Tk.
; : cores ee .i. '
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of years your Vegitable Magic life Pills, we are r.June i 1t.Clatrat, ;?i.om..Oiraaif .Ifl .
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demands parpared ,March :
before ,
admitted do !
to MP : .
-; are beiag 24. 186-1. 25 11,184. _, .. ..
1 to recommend them to the public at superior y -I.. ; .. -
i'; aDd dslivrr to the said Master a'stipulation } to all others and infallible I fa the Lewis Curtis,rf.e/.. I : ITTappearicgtothe
their cure of the diseasesfor B BliOKAWS.UflBT + 4*
rI :: ctt'w pay to the eoapUfaants WHITE & SLUSSER I
which the/ are.recommended: CvortiyaJBdtl f a efaftii
3
:: .a i ."!;. tic the tetUsd expenses by of.tie;the said suit Master the aav according. so to to B. a Leach, A.. 'R P tOa,B. D.. Alba P. Jacoba .WJwlUal and Retail .Dealer 4 in. .Capper, All 1.*ALVTAILISI .L:eautlmt 'J wfr bi apd. d '1s;t1fsbor <

Orin Bmzel'Spencer Sussell, Edward OiJ;John Tin Sheet Iron .H'teas.pt ofJJM"1fta.a 3loAt+
W their daima Briftania if Japcned'Warc.
as presented.
; respective Albro. Luoen'B.Sweet Ellas. R Sweet. John H TALLAHASSEE. 't9_.. I o. 1Gidl. c eotof:JTecldtiard'la'tb.
ct
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; you * rift Nathaniel Gilmore James sttaldr .ta 'i.Pt"IL deet XW1'
Wm.Johnson
H.P-me.
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hereby given to./all persons having. Cooking, Parlor. and. Wood-Store: : would 1
Johnson G. 1 Aaderyoa,tDd Str. eoonsWi'
Williams Iaweoo;O. Farrar, D. Landera. earl,
._' agaiost. the! Apalaehioola' Land Paor. WOOD:-Dear:'Sir: -Haviog'need and experieoced received all trimmed and la eosa'piete i : Y form hu friends and the S State of K wYo>k;.CtarieeBbek who Rtidet olae
....Y ki .or opoo the' lA.kDcnru***Forbe9. the effects of your Vegetable Life .JU&T of the latest improved patterns and I bIie'that fe bat rebuilt hit; Sat>ofXoBteanaCharlotte ;.t7badsttii llbddtiR(Iiee v7.

... tesle in ocmbH of Franklm Gadsdeo ;; Pills fa my, family,I-will say that at* family Magi medicine at reduced prices,'and win defy competition *! iaife Brick;SiaUee, at tie "e4d'ataed. and'is''.now -WaUiau! 1I
I WaknUt ia the State of Florida;to nretept cannot for neatnessdnrabtlity and service c edlofritack'. CotomaLraSe,
they valued
too highly. I have used
t; with the-evtdenee thereof the them in several bilious attacks and fanamations and 'Manse Work. He ah?bat.attached to bis Stables.'a good Blacksmith Janet letffe.or. :PtahatMary'IJetfesr, .
i the Masters of said Cocrt. athkcJSeeln where btx will have have dene all kbds of '
.I will that their virtues Shop Ii JMU .
say cannot be too highly Rooting Ornamental Heads for Gutters,Gutterfagt
.1 -, .. oo or before the first day ef .ap- Plantation work Horse tboefaj std Cbrriaf work ia.proioptnect : '
;
ekt4forin have I .IaSrlsabiA .W' i"1M
pr every case they speedily'triumphed Tin conducting Pipes Sheet. Zinc Sheet Lead..Leaa.Pipe. \ .
i R herwisf they will,be barred of aft s the best manner and a 'a dh
.' :disease .very w. $.pa .
and
over beoee I feel in .
.. ttareat rendered to be readeNd D said duty bound Cistern"Pumps. Shop Work of every descrip- : '" =
f .HUGBT' ; recommend them to:all. They operate perfectly Lisa done with neatness tad despatch.' paNOTember: ft, 1853.. 44 ot W Jttidrssoue trbo.t .. 'C-sa1blPwt.ps. ... -- ..: !h i
If attar iit easy producing DO uneasy seusatioa.yet tk* r opera- Citlaod Country Merchants will find it to their advantage ItMwtd.eoahatasa1iGo@sste3
t
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tons thorough; and laws satisfiedduteothingmore to give them call before purchasing die- Wines Snips Ac. r'etppg1diitat
,
; Miy':6,1855., tKHt& *; ,, '
in most is than these 4 .ealuplitiat ,.
cases valuable ,
necessary pills wbere. man7ethtb0rsabd
r1" The WakuH Times,Florida and r..Dot-dBrMdy. Wereesterabire
to perform a speedy sod triumphant N. B. All articles manufactured frosa 0" Sanee. 1iiait4': ,trbo rveid
eure.RespeCtIuJlYmn our are
.:}. Commerce,'N Y. wni'publiah} weekly jfjy 'Old Fort, Fresh1 Lobster, oat oftu.8fateWt fetW-v.Jfe tatiRit sfieir
material and durable
the best
5'5"t. Atj warranted : --oo
} October aDd tend accounts. to this"Plantation very :Madeira,. Shad months from k ttis.antsr '
'- = J. B. SANGER.O. other will be offered for sale. ;. .._ theputtieaticoW: the iwfendaati
t- ',,.. j. J. WOOD A 00, :October 211861. '4i Sherry,- '. ." -,', abore aian:._:re& iZiiroM:wiiiri.nfaeiboatht

., \. :for.iSalei Proprietors 696 Broadway, New.York.' London Porter, ._ Hal.Bbot' ", :from tie:pnittsaifcto ttii.at:
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:. rtSBcrfWr.tert Ur.sale;bis 114 Market Street St.Louis., For Sale. Scotch'Ale Sardines; defeodant,.bG= .
THE
.,1.. leSertoo'Cociniy, FU;S24 tnifes I D.. H.Ames Agent,.Tallahassee, Fla. TTYUR small.Farms in Wakulla County/coutaming 'Beaady-Chen Peaches 'Toaaatoe' Ketchup- ; "IWIII ro JIICIIIIJ> /> stt.! .this
ies rdei.si a'welekleictie
., Brandy Walnut teJtadtethe
lirtitrr oo.6L'I.u'l.:1"fa the February 10,1855., 6 .J.1 about 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and
; ; '. ;
;9. .! kseatB.- :The PlaoUtion ooDWoI-mahout ont houses a the taaie. Enquire at'this office. Currant Gnava Jelly do.Paaeryd ,: KeMfiaapbecry Sraeet, .b; apwinc* ofth!dofipldeaqtbo. MirliedM
.I Ue
; UidtefBmtesaad6aei; .i1I
f of land tbetthiHci which U JOHN EVANS.ATTORNEY 14.1854 41
Acre* ;more W., ,
Quineet Syrup, the d.rJur. .Mile
tivstiaa and read%.aU'ark,IeooL! 'I period-abots ,.
J'f pUee.a .eomiortableaod1 roomy :framed 9 AT LAW, New Establishment., ,Y 'P.8tft; -.., N' I i defrodantt above named,who retid JB. .JBarepa. '
It"" Ofager, Lemt M A Cnliesiais,' __ .
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.4 '" Scrtw/Stables; Bans aUimUtlDGX, C190 l' '
't Hoa.e.;Gin. 'DYEING : &C. ; >, '-' ; 1
SHOP SparkTing-Gtlatioe, GinprTv .A
k;. er tieeaeeiry'aatbnlZTi.gr. wrtb', quarters WILL gin prompt attention to all business en : ,. ; r
FlavorbgExtructa,; PfaV Apple MaahlO. 1853; .4m .,1'ai.lfttal 10.
to his fa the -
: deairoosof care, Counties of Thomas f:
+oa
fifty a.iA undersigned have opened a Dye Shop fa Tal- Oaf
,4 t :! pm> t1.-"aJl.'aDd, nm.'. I Decatur, Baker',''1865.Daugberty,,?Calhonn, Early: and Clay.. THE three doors',South of the 'old Union English Spamah Mustard OIive.&lad. Ctpest, .85CFF .Jt; .ucce.
F February tf ; .
i odcaa U&re'tbe terms of tale by.p ; Bank and are DOW prepared to execute with. die pitch Claret 'bparkhng Cider, i : ,: "

'''\' wbserlber oa tIJe'-p1ac&'' Possession wfll aod in good style,all kinds of business'.fa their, !. Tobacco. 0!'Port. 'Joiee. -P
.
t\a "ao: tooo.u the,present crop ) LONG & 'G1LSR'ITUATToa They served a''long apprenticeship ''to. the. trade D Havana Began "D.=B.'AJdJ, 4s < J'.i .:- .I.! a...

a e A PflT.- o;- "WJL >BTS AT. LAw. TAI.LAUAKSEE. FLA.MA. Europe and thoroughly understand the .bosfaeM'and November 11,.Ui, 45 HO, o; cEAraA .
:
,-1fayd9.1U.--- .'.10. are prepared to carry it coin all Its//departments. rai aa drtlid3Ka
;: torli 1f t1 LONG.&J.;B. GALBRAITH have astoet- They precead DOt to be able to make new:clothes",out ;.Notice.. ., for.aaJ*aB_ .vUlU1? 2IfI
; ; : 'Adm1ft.ttrtr 'themselves fa the praetteeof Law. Theywill'tttod of eld ones,but they eas renovate hats and f" if: maif 1 ia 1ii1.4aaj taken the Coiuta II tb Mid&e Cmut, the SuDMCasts drestet aDd thoroughly''..cleanse all torts of clothing, THEeo.h&Tlag.partnership bum datoUed the tiobtiaiber'will eta be by addrssiiaVtt 4

.fr.f.Ii: dmt..sioD.4IP ta u,/wUte;/ of asvl d.e IKstnct Owrttof u. ted woolens,eottoas.Lams and silks.-in short,they eta 'r eedi naeO thla t jSf *'%*H ._ : =t J.cs 11b! of Iiebtsid sot tM'V4
States
ct Tallahassee. yg1CTRAAE
deoeate4 ; :
"tIJI a4 of JITMiiAg Coonty, extract stains from every luad of dotfa repair;deaaseand fi. ,
t.
.
ttfss.aH! persow>.mae bt d torrid state 'Office opposite the Court HetoMT polish anew,such articles: at usually belong.to la : &. C059MISSI0t 'Feb. 'ii;. r.j _-
9
,.r.r. ward, aodiotrlt' -.idt 4h>I> dayig'afm October.28. 18M. ly diet and gentlemenV'&.. All their work. will be CQ dI owe"imcocnt .* >: 'B :'Q: T'INiIYjr; i \ ..N."r', .

t .,r' *W aa cre4itorvlcgateeV+ >d1 "i : warranted and they hope by attention to botfaeat to Office,IT pra..Cojonxcjit.WHAT.Jax I.." .. .
tlte :elaims,sad t3 rDB. J, C. LEE Jvz iseelird *7iaW'ffcct;
tit riMi0arai +r merit the patronage of.the commonity which. they. II -I':
; ; 4a.two'year*"'=date of this ootice. J TENDERS bit proteesinnal'Iefrieeo to the eiOxens have ast heir lot Their tenet wilt be cash and reasonable JtLP}tt.Elnr; & .'--s-.art'WJ.a .M ..: .

., U h&. .orreol't'H. ., ..- :and its 'ticmity,", in the varioot at the times 'will admit :Ladies:and,gentlemen &.Wes. ; .YDACa.r". :of rnb'.p atvl*;lad iUaj& 18'a'chest '.
.
AdiDt branches of his :IiGwtato,,,, ,, : ; pwpartd Wife toSt djk
; profetsiod Hecanbe-f5jund at all .are Respectfully favited to.can and examine their :t\.oo. .

f : ?. lice. t; 1865.ij . .u..ew"" i ; times, when not" professionally'. engaged. ,at the Moot'alb work. f. "' -OIlrle"s;Se ,;t8'; ;. 'U'. tf:* iBPtietaosTintlsoasiUt" terz+i.
uuf'. May.gQ.'M. '1'RANTZJl'Jl-1rnVEa': : A OO.Erecntora '
G'ocenef.. l&lia&J:1.18.IW.. 2'.m.. : ....."P.'Not1Ce.... 'ATUXot'jL'ovf+ arti& i eecx e*.
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1 2 -CTT ejT.d.pr'W; .fetfistrOBl 3f > :Notice.v.. ifs'..tAisday. ..e., ,into. a Q.>, Y-MAQtCL.RTINNO. :. :
A LLpertQotsit torelAimi er demandtagtinttor .T11bE. W ."_' .. i iji
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tJ II Wi w.I1ow..: ; a MITCHELL .& STEWART ., ,Y. : jt... .
L othetwise,ioteretted ia dae'ataU of Jfatthe1r"J.AUe .
x4. t.c : Adfjfor. j :
? rrIP ; : : WHOL ..A"Lt'A JtEYAIL\ tart y' T 000IrJ"6r-
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f hbde.lcur AtjOftNEVS AT1'AW. ;lately deceased whether t.(;rGton.1or.diatribate r : : 'aD w 'c ht.k -. "

f:' '., 'Ui -. fides, are 'hereby'required to present them .: JT & .
t'J '.," .b''- :.gbooldsea,. *9- ;JA8PEB, HA'MILTOS.OOVNTY' FLORIDA, tp the undersigned executor of,the, last wQl and te .ym.tAJD fTY 4 :'Op'r 11, .. i.= ;
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'" I '. J'1aWli6ts..c.8 -' ; WILL.practice.fa_ all the Coasts or the Middle lament,ol.kf deceased to Archer A:Papy.'bis authorized ; A Agl1.J
; ( within two from the.-dal./ N. ''uf ::.MAX ELt.. I = ;a
.:. M. d., a t>fa Columbia and AUcbua ID the F..utem' attorneys yean ..t.\i igitiaa + ,.,
; r c, .- f4.1MIaWhisteJ.: (Hermit,and ia the adjoining Counties of Georsria .or thk nodee will be pleaded fa bar of their recovery; : i :wm..be: ) t .-_ ... ; .w.. ...
,
r 10.,fII btolaetf Ma ob tf, 1151.. .tl. 12' .and all, persons.fecleUed.to-said.,ettata., will* pleat i -.-.frieDai 'P sttfBan l4'lt.104 eporbtl; > .,Lair ..

20 **. MeN Poth,, ". .make immediate payment.: .... % :1" \ ; .
;t14 SbcxtaLemooa;" ; ; : ,ROBERT G.ALLENExscutor. '. .. Clafta jtwetawbert t".I G.f". W 1iJ4i.,.
; A. PERRY AMASBR _. logf taad .
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/ -4 cared Toopes.K : r .. April !1.1855.tG. !. 'lD1J t4td sot .
; .
Septt.. ATTiftlllT "ofa' BftGOOD8l:1)IY ,
AT'LA1t. B1a9bmtthID : ; M.tb ,
: E. .ir.
t V r Ibs btsi RotT-butter'? ; tffieir'litiitid sf 'bile i jTTO/iWHrrijm: Ti ;
Iaa VSOrtk -, naT', ': f TALLAHASSEE. FLA.. ,TTACHE my/Llvtrr .,, "E.JJdJf; J' ,4 .
May 21,.18 a.-, tot a : '-ato ts5teft rf 6 *
v *
ftia v
IE.f.a 'f"II J:1..BtaQM 155 th$bop
.Taot1P.Jth ;
&4. _
-, ., 41. .. : ". -r ; V I ,ie.a tIodfofWcd' i )' .: ,_ 0. p.l ? PjH CWiic' AJUJ
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: : 1$54fiw4rSi -t' .
'p HO'tl :1(4.{ '_
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.' .. ": nfIQI\ q \ D. :, ND"t ffjfffr>< to-:that .bs la_is'4OOI poct { : w', 1" : .. .' .
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.. : ,.. ATTORKKYAVD l: .( UK8KLLOR AT irt > ( .<.GIat'' : ".Q 4.1 '
;:_, : r .LA W.. notice M *e&aB a6ir uenrartt'abytethersbop .p ". :- .., .. ..
'r '' lOO.Ctt.JJI, it ; ? a 'N'Wac:: ,.' "F 1t4i io tbecityr Ftrmmg,4maletneottJ ebatTuTa n' .r; a Oi be. i I *f ,l yleeds,' ; : .\
; :
bfQcrttth fIWIbat' 8eookn.ROdsclheelTiptud' 5'TIt".If" 1F. '\ .
< ,
arseftzut. fa tbV Coartof the 1i eaty: : of' 'ii
1ius Wt -o. .. < ,WJUT-fractfee Middle Cih Rings Iron Wedges, kept feftstably tatideb :'n'Qn; f : ".t DtBA .= ,4. L JJ.JIf' .
4hia4 aod
"meal#Qrprtd Franklin Counties.' '
L : ia lfrtJ1t&xWiQs&tfutUff-m: .
... btsbcbi ; -BLYsr K .'1L' > :e- .t.tom' <
} }0 ;October 28185t. "r' 4' = tf. J 1 ..
tonHy to supply ; : ... .; '. "
; = -oJ. .
lark] thM '. ,- .*, ., ... ", '. ;i ; .
t 1 Wfffi: ;; 'I S********-n *? ; .J 'WILLIAM. '.I;JBCidfTT" i t.> '.. .' ':Jancaryt8iaiOIiUbrabeii: &_M'.'.,.. ,-,10M'., '. ..0'.".ri-.3..,' : aIl3.obt d i 1J4 ,.1 "' :>." ". .. '

fJi4 '_ dJ 11....'t. ;. : ATTO.I.NI't. AV AW" .. .. ..rQ r4(1.ND.s HIP P asi v., sf .00t' ..... ", 'f .w7:..r. "R6. t 't:, E '"..,.--.r 10. r, k .,. '' 'j
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( MoNTIQL -I -1
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