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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 21, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079928:00447
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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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'teIg&iyo1Qf thiTUnit r States of Ame.Secr teity.corictuded on thirtieth.September egh| :.For permament provision'foi iron'and i steel J Irs'peaecond ai'taty'Gbt ioigbte&hDn1b \1iM: 1.t .."JTWr...nutctv: ir-VM. 'tt.Mwj.S.| ... mwr' V-ITVyT, 1
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ejn Co.E1e1 i: (fr sembIdTht( :for shop, per eighth .article :.treaty"twentyfourtfi a.Bftt twenty 1. .t tftci a 1".1'1'n'I t -.' '. f'4

Ury.of the interior,ft hereby thorize to S For expenws{in part) adecting reserTa.BonndaHei 'January,'eighteen.hundred and'twenty ;.dollora.. :*'% }t} 't'."; e WiitfJ 5 ,ahT\ igM wtoA I,
ortb lions, and suireying and marking the J MenomonfesFor' the.last of twenty in auu '
uthortk* city ?
.
VonU ctwii1itbeQbli<5 a : six, two hundred. and seventy dollars. Vi> went-: "*& -<. ;*ilAt- HM t !
twelfth) a 'I ,
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JUtftotf,M'mbtippi th* permanent'use thfrndthirand; For nineteenth( eftwenty" instalments fortwo..btacSQ11 inentsuiuity" in money Jper,Senate's"amemlment ., > ';'. : j
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UmtedlSUles'in aiI tides oflhe trea( of Septemberthirtietli ou3hWtfy thir4SepUmber rT vSv
-for thee eottfttof ib and aksistants and shops and ta plnJiUDd .b) 'U
:ef rooms threethoa- :'! : .d.w rty .Jfe:

|! ae y ipifr,hall l' /iniHroceiwsofjcoMtTiaq-. eighteen hundred. mT' fifty' 'four.' toolsper, thirteenth article' treoty' twenty ,' eLgbteenbundrd. id tbfrtytentythoiaiddollar iax.., bind) l&afti b red:;nd.Rrw* :.

;itiaiett And when.the.said secrerunentj sandrdoliars.Forttepayrtent.- March hnndred; hd:'thirty 'Z i ;
j ooiH fourth. eighteen > : t4
hAMiiiomi or rfjMJnitamSn
the of in- tJtir .oito
J,,"tflbetsfiid UtiUh- & are of first twenty ,one' 'thbasand six hundred and'eighty 'Foa\t1 elait.. f, it1.i ta1irle ts" T'J
two, '
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: .ii1ft U teow
ibbin goods,, .etc., agricultural: 'tne d..i J ; J ?fi L
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stAteaxik.hi iiitADtJ"
CM tLi aDd.h. .Dee1I: p'I ; dollars. ,blaeksaiilhsment i d perSeiMds i.u... -.. : .kJ; .
' J'14u a r J '& P-1. impUnjenUtc..,: and: .education;:etc? per: : instalments' for to. secood.article' .treatyT.Sipfe 1i' fbliiuiii1tclt..itf.. I'
nineteenth :
For of.twenty 'Qf.gr }.
I. : -"nol-'.. fourth! krticie of: .the ,treaty: of &sptember anct six : Qdmf batlf. fi. ,
'-p ex. ':! : iron and steel for sh thirteenth.article her, .elgbteeoL hundred:: .thirty ;pn'e i ; W: i\ '" : I'I
Joly thirtieth hundred and fifty four;nine.teen"thpusanddollaral ps per sandfoflan7: : -L t'M f
t&rw tti' .outtttd ,.; !Ch he /ei t treaty twenty fourth March,-eighteen I hundred thousaadfQnr; hundred, .and .(of1:4ve..d! I.i) Poiflm.-or* Jqfoi-f.V- < M
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snail deediito.be the take: of such_ Apart* [ lars. .5
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and J'ti1l
five
and other and thirty two, hundred forty i ? seventh lEtiitessieigbten h, .
the fery
TOohtS.Appproved. 'For jjnilrehaski brclothing J articles dollars. For the last of'twenty iitaImentsToriand iron per. and flftyfdur[ 4ix'hundreddollara. I
hundred
March 3, 1855.iCBUC.QCiy. .' to be'given to the young men atrxt the steel for shops,' Senzt'sameuImto nt .
For for the of per
permrnentprovision I a '
pay T
as fourth article of third :r. *& r / CFbffcrst
annuity payment per article' September, eighteen .v II IIf.
article .seeon treaty '
twanty blacksmiiti
.wheelwright, per eighth : tseaty often 'i instatinents for
Appropriations the.treaty of September thirtieth, eghlhiidr and six ..fonflhundvedanil : T
An Act making.; hundred thirty' '
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hundred '
and ;r.J 4 if '
: fourth January,eighteen S fifteenth
'thousand. '* and:..ctAaCWpt1i.rticZetteMX: : tin. ; .
four
foa the current and_Contingent Expenses d and fifty four, ,eight six hundred dollars. forty dollars. '' ,
six "Tor
; eighteeniundre fifty lpurv pVfmanent'prj
ofthelndUn n'Department,.and:; Tor fnl'fillinglVeaty hnndred54 U4xs: ..'.. .. twenty For fifth of thirty three instalments For the last.of twenty1 ''instalments r the March; 4a.-J ) .,0. ,
twenty f.niuind red and t v.Tor ; rj M
VHh.variWM In. For the agricultural! linpiezue t > weny.ara.5 .p .
Sti!ation* purchase bf 'Senate's amend' aSaazxsZSiehteentb
: for education thirteenth article purchase. provisions! per ,- .
farmer
treaty InitalnMtni for >
per first of tto ) per j
Jane thir- and'other.articles for the mixed ; .
ending as presents, third
second article September
to treaty .
diaaTribtt
tnejrcjir fourth'March, eiguteen hundred i and ment. i 1&rti .t l / i h;
'thbafcaod.erght: handjedand_ fifty bloods, per fourth: article_ '.of the treatYcofSep. twenjy hundred .and thirt-six,.,three a VeJ1i 4F
itethone ; : and fourth article eighteen : r.ri1r.1rJ .
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two treatyolanuary : Tour six :
l4uii4re4tars.
thirty (
hundred ; :
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:
'hundred and teen
six sad for,other Purposes; .. tember thirtieth.,,eighteen fifty hundred and five thousand/dollars; j ,. .., I
,- eighteen fortyLlree ...
'Be it enacted:by the Senate and House of four, sixjikouianid,doliars... .. dollar For the last.of twenty instalments for two .I S 't, f.: .

Itepresentatiirea of the,United States.of America : For the payment isuc1rebtaas, may be; For thousand twelfth of instalments for education thousand;::'pounds 'of,.tobacco;: per' &nsl : For the, erection .ofa grisl,4ind aw rapet. .
.. twenty treaty.tfifteentnMa
"That the follow.ng directed .the chiefs In council; and seventh :'article'! i
.au led by open article third
in Cotigre per'fourth.article treaty fourth January amendment. to. second treaty. hundred and fifty four, .six thousa'nddollars. ; ::: ; : 'IluJy )
found ,and.correct by the Secretary eighteen
:saras be, and they :are hereby, tpprppriated to eighteen
.
// .
,
the. treaaiiryoot of the Interior, fourth article ,of September
*out .of '&ny 'monelin per four hundred dollors ; 2inc.p'J.-
dollars.
for the thirtieth i hundred and fifty four, thousand For the erection of a snh'Iiop.: ;
otherwise appropriated, purpose For the last of( 'twenty instalments for .
For blacksmith and assistant, and shop, seventh .artiele ,
tools: therefor :
and dollars. chase of. per
hundred
and four thousand eight twenty Senate
os' current contingent oxpenofthi1ndignDertmeut utensils and ''cattle,. ,* I
paying par
'I
and tools, during the pleasure of the President fanning, fifteenth March/eighteen.hundred add .
and I treaty ,
fulfilling treaty amendment to ..second'article treoiy third ,
fifth article fourteenth February : '
'
stipulations with the varions Indian ,tribes. For'the payment of such'cebts as may be per' hundred treaty and three Sedtcmber, eighteen handred and thirt .iix fifty four, two hondred dollars; far-service ; rt
eighteen thirty For to Lewis Barnard Ithix'Q
of4p4 directed the chiefs i in council, and payment
For the current contingent expenses by .open five hundred dollars ; .
.
eifiht hundred and forty dollars. i.i et.oiin4doi1iIii
lbe 1 Department,' viz;- ; found:to,beja5t and correct bythe Secretaryof I the For the last of twenty instalments for thir-t rendered the ,tribe* periwelftlianticletr .! :
For iron and steel forshop, during hundred ndlfihl -
,
U of .superintendents .of Indian the In tenor,'per foWtb.article of the treaty to fifteenth March eighteen t
the ; salt Senate'&Rmeudtnez3teoond .
For barrels of !
P the President fifth article ty per $?
douaI
pleasure of per three hundred.dollars hoo ; atiE5p
four
hundred of &blrlieaa teen' hundred and ; .
fifth eighteen i
September ;
affairs,.per acts of Jnne j : hundred .article treaty third, September eighteen 'iri
twentyseventh of February.ighteen .' |' fifty our,;ninety tqou and dollars;; treaty fourteenth, February, eighteen hundred'and OttwagFor' .permanent, annuity,. ith .
"and fifbft six
and
: one,
hundred thirty I
hundred and fifty one; -and.third For the'.aypraent of such debts of the Bois ana thirty three, two.hundred and seventy goods o otherwise. per fourth .aijticl; treaty. ; June; s ewsiitl

twelve Forte bands' be directed the chiefs dollars. fifty dollars. .5- third.A gut.seventeen.hnndred' .and netl. Trtytwoliax 3df
March hundred and fifty two as maj by instalments of ,' I
eighteen For the of For fourth of fifteen pay ti i'rCK* V A < ?ianni SS I
hnndred dollars. and found to be just and.correct by the Secretary wagonmaker, during pleasure October five, one thousand. I'I;: J v
fire. article eighteenth
thousand the President fifth article fourteen miller, per fourth treaty in ,'or other* __
Indian of the Interior twelfth article of per treaty For permanent annnity; money
agents, .
several ,
the six
the of per dred and ortyiigbt,
For ho (
pay hundred and thirty-three eighteen eventi iith 1i r i a i ;Mr\iM| .
February, eighteen second. article 'treaty BM
June eighteen hundred and treaty :of September thirtieth eighteen wise,per
fifth t
acts of .
bund red'dollars. SSbwwIredandsV !
fct mM
six
per hundred-dollars hundred and seven, aig 'articUn jM
;;
seventh February eighteen hundred hundred and fifty four, and ten thousand dollars. "for I November, eighteen t
fifty;twenty For assistance Aliomie.-t'or. permamentprovision./ : ." r'li* fd Sfts*
;
thirty first Julyeigh- agricultural operations article hundred-dollars; <*,. \ r / *

hundred and fiftt.ooeud and fifty (our,.forty three thon- For the payment .of the first l instalments, during the pleasure of the President, per eight blacksmith and assistant,hundred per fifth and eighteen treaty For;pertnanaat annuity in specie:per fourth
teen
sixth October, eighteen :
article January, eighteen eenth'SternbereigliE a miWl WMl i
tbe Bois Forte band treaty twenty-fourth artile treaty savent '
hundred and fifty dollars. in blankets, cloth, ct.to "S
fifth June, eighteen
sand seyan hundred and two thousand dollars I and fourth article treaty .thousand five'na: thMt
,
twenty-six hnndred and eiguteen.one _
Indian the
the several agents, twelfth article of tleaty'of Septembtirtietheighteen and
For tlje.payo1 per and (oar, seven hundred "" .
hundred fifty 1
For education the oft : *
flrst July, eighteen hundred hundred and fifty (oar, two durrng pleasure dred dollars ?- ,
of
perract thirty President, fffth article treaty fonrteenth twenty,dollars. Upp.er firartharticle1
of to.one thousand per I. permanent annoUy S
and for.arrearages pay 4oIlars.Fcr for miller in lienof "
four
and
fifty For provision tifnlh ,' p P
permament
: in the State of New:York, one at Green the first of twenty ins elnents, fortbpay Febuary, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, 'fifth article'. treaty sixth :;treaty.twenty, : AOgust, elgiteehandred uoq. tiLr", -
dol. *
,
thousand gunsmith per' *
dollors onethpuiand
:
one doe
and
Bay \Vi cousin, one for the Seminoles west ofsixsmiths assistants. per fifth and 'haDdr d.an ,eighteen, fifth i twenty, '
Arkansas, and one'for the,Indian- tribes in second articles .of the treaty' of' September Delaware:-For life annuity to chief, per October, eighteen third October,"eighteen Ira.' .* ,' : S '

hundred and : hundred four five private article to supplemental! treaty twenty- article treaty twenty ..Ottowaf and Cbi waa-.For interest dir&y ...
fifteen thousand three eightj. t Mrtieth eighteen .and fifty article .
Utah, hundred and thirty';:four, and .fourth thousand dollars at'six' ,
fourth handred..andtwenty -percentuto
September, eighteen hundred ;
and the on two : .
cents thousand and dollars.
dollar and stTjnty'nj'ae ; forty hundred and
; authorized ni.ieto treaty.of third October, eighteen sreaty fifth J one;eighteen _fifty 'to be paid,aa'.&nD it ,>$ ti& 1
hereafter ; .
of the Interior Is For the firs instalments for the ;
Secretary twenty .
four six hundred dollars.! ; ,,, :.bzi dNd ;
hundred dol- ,
hundred and eighlden., one : tr ;scenteeitbMafleiJiee .
Senate
to employ one agent for d1e di&n.'in the support of,six: smilh I shops,per fifty and secord For fifteenth of twent..1lOstal in money of thnddoUars 'i I
.
I SUto of; YorkfOne for. those! at Green articles of the treaty of September thirtieth lars.For nd article treaty twenty_ eighth and thirty wx;.twelte ; .
life chiefs supplemental sec n ( rtw ntjyeansAndduzie I; .5 4' r
to 4
Bay Wisconsin nf.for: the Seminoles west I of eighteen hundred and fifty four. and one annuities per per hundred and, forty,' and ,For cducatio i Ir1. '
sixth October October, eighteen fourth article treaty .Fofarmhi5.d r1thiir1d
article
,
to treaty twenty Congress per
tribes in the TeriLeyofIJta1iat plesure
for the dollars.
Arkansas and one thousand three hundred and twenty June hundred
fifth eighteen :
-
the of thousand eighteen hundred and thirty two, one hundred fourth article treaty twenty.eight March,'ettfaie o hundred Ur.tfl .,. -_ v "
rate hundred
-ope thocsand five
dollars. and fifty.four, twelve thirtysix, five thousand dollaraj; ;'. U I JIi l 'llictti 1'
dollars per annum each;, For defraying expenses incurred in negotiating dollars. .. ;

For the pay.-.interpreters, per acts of thirtieth treaty concluded on,the thirtieth Septomne' For interest on forty rix thousand and eighty For of nine thousand seven hundred For.:llioDI..ror'tw tiJitd.: 'article during Wrr id4-t> -jj J3-1'' -jUiItiJki -alL.tftfSL /
dollars at five centum, being the valneof arrears of Congress, :tpVrtii ::
the per
hundred. and thirty. i hundred aiid four with per pleasure
,
; :June&eighteen '', eigbtean fifty i and six dollars and fourteen cents, hundred
- r sections of land set by forty March- eighteen
twenty-height
,F'ebnZaI ; 'etghte'p, hundred fIe Chippewas'of Lake Superior, fifteen thou- thirty-six apart Jane. T. Griggf'and treaty 5
twenJy.seven : hundred and nine, for payment in full to : ; : .. -.: .
of
eighteen aM thtty.sixthmitho
and [ and thirty first July, 'eighteen hundred andlorty 'four dollars.and sevty treaty twenty Sah-o.quash, :
fifty one .' thousand seven or._ education,'per resolution of Senate, nineteenth her hvsband,'John Grigga,:and For vaccine,tattr, .edid ; sifad |$dy ofphyslefaoasplonf
and bur( thirty two article :1"
hundred fifty one centr., amendment to fonrth '
hundred and Senate's tiu.lodiaaa fDA on'their V.annaUy
thirty j. LI .
January, eighteen per as:
hundred doHars ,Chippewa: of 8 dina .-For permanent hundred and fiftyfour .
seven ;
i thousand three hundred and totlana. beaty.IJfe, elghteetir ., fourth;"article tr iljtwentyeighth
two (
eight; t reservations pe
.
of clerk to superintendent atSt in 'or other useful articles "
For the,pay' annuity goods perfourth fifty,six dollars and mnety'twd cehta. March 'eighteen. .died afld .
d ,
Leuis Missouri per cents of twenty seventh arbde treaty' third of August seventeen <. S Investment of two hundred -" ,
for For interest on t
hunched and six, one i thousand For second of eight equal instalments thirty aixtbrwhunidred4on4rirf j
hundred
Jun eighteen forty aud ninety-five, one thoneand two bundedsny ;
meat of five chiefs per sixth article treatysixth i and twenty one For three bl:. -and"asswtant*," for
: pay
thcosaitd two oundred dllars.Fo 'at fiveper /1.
dollars &s
six cents, S
dollars and eighty
hundred and four I seven iiidduning1he.peaaoreoCongressper >.
; i
the pay:of clerk to ;superintendent in For pennanent annuity In money, or otherwise May, eighteen fifty, for Miami Indians' Indanu twenty jears ? .
one' thousand two hvndred and.fifty' 1,01.lara. cent m, .;sevenlh article treaty tw ityeightiiMafch : ( .
'
roa.etorthid March eighteen seventeenth
< pereCond article treaty Senate's amendment ,to fourth *article '. h naiecf ind.thhtji7"eixiyp fttw. S
et \
b3d rad acid fifty two thousand' .five hundred November, eighteen hnndred and saved; eight per hnndr and fiftjrfour e < ,
For second of two instalments, in lieu of treaty fifth Juno, eighteen tJl 4 ..oDe hundred and('sixty ido'Uars t hty.first eth'trt j

4oi1ar. hundred dollars. eleven"thousand'and sixty .two dollarsand1 for 1&vem.v 1Ioas-.ut AFa .5 \,
fiveiliousand.dollara. pennam8ntanDwties perfourth article treaty For i iron and. lJolh. p, twenty years Lwp.
For to:Indians fourth .
For annuity.ixisilveT,
presents permanent per canti,, .
Tmne
? sixth May; eighteen hundred and fifty .four, eighty and"during r the :'pleasuni vof:.Congress, 4 per
.- article twroty-fotuth September, eighteen thousand 'dollars,at
treaty .
thousand dollars. tor interest on fifty 'rticle tre t.: ilt .p &I rnimperth.sdca tsy
thousand riuth.
eleven leventy.oaa ..
:F9 rprorisions for Indians, hundrodaudnineteen, ,. thousand, dol.l centum, for educational purposes'per 'auKundredand E ndrtd tod"
t&irty
twelfthof five and tth Vf-ewhtee&
dollars. '., - ,Florida Indians, or Seminoles.-For per eighteen Bupdred ysix i 6rst'Septemb
ignlHmdredj ; fiftH June, eighteen. bUD.dred '1* ';
.F Wiugatsgenceaznd repairs thereof Tor' '.permanent provision for rapport ofblacksrnitb,1 fifteen i instalments in goods per sixth sill third article treaty twothousand :five hun sixty' dollars; : .. ., :11: I ; ) !
: and. fifty four. an44qrlin tWnfniltot ;
fourth hundred for
; ten. thpu.aod. ;dnllaraTorcoatini < ;and for. farming utensils,and eat- treaty January eighteen eddollars.S: .i.1 '. For gnnsmlm,' twenty"years_ serentiiarticle;
"-' twotbousand 1d'*teeor* p
rtLe. Indian ', "aid: and fortyfive, dollars. toe pleasnrerbrCongrftsa par :
P jicies: Depairne4 tlei Dd.th employment: of persons to annual instalihenisto '
4 ; | -" For twelfth offifteei instalments in'money .For second of six equal i t.M r ;eIghJt eEr bnndred: 'msMfKi jtRBtftandfer
>
ttjirtybx thousand ..five huudreddo1rn them In agriculture, eighth.article' treaty larids for. r- treaty twenty iiS. i-
per ,
: p .
ceded
sixth article fourth .Miamies i residing on : ix'hundred dollAnV : : t aVt Hnn'W tW

-S .hnndred per ,treaty January, eighteen and thirtjMrix; t js
:: fourth eighteen annuitZea .
: September other
', soebei'Kiow&s,'and;Apaches- of'Arbuu and twenty :andieventharUcle treaty 'fiwirteenth hundred ,and forty five, and fourth article j chase of former perpetual and fo ithale 'For iron.. and;steel. foitshopr,5 for.,twenty: <: A W
an nineteeDt. hundred and and reiinqulshraant i of claims, perj :4be a rejof Coriper gresi -- fori'rahl '!"'+ fc **-' *>* *- '
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'or<"second;of ten -. .January, eighteen handred and thirty June/ ightu'huncIr4 am d6fty ,
,treaty fifth. MytWeyULi4, !
"* thousand dollars.
venth'articla
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meot.l to .tti. prorisions le'lei ..twihouiiDdd: i.: \ *
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.1 grew; per: article : thonsandfive'hundred dollars, being for four Miamies-Eel River. -Fj&rp F araeria d.iiit. for tn4eddurlng : r ,.
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,'F t" i r ; &rlatJ D7-.d|f the secrovisions- .Chiekasaw?.-For permanent' annuity i in June; e1ht hundred'and fifty four; and. .on je'. five'finndred.dQlfafi. v .f. ,.Qveutt irticIetey4iiretfith: -
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fifty thousand of the.same, to.the 'bt
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.IN { emen ehteen hundred ac4nn6'y' nbethre: .thOU1ddIIni. artli! treaty 'twif nly! first "__ ." >/ ylK* : *"** **+
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: diDl.flttt' :,.- i'aid: "fltho d"- 45lvL. *. : f V 'Watbixn ? -- o a.d.1'i t eighteen hundred and thirty eight;three 'Aigust, eighteen.haaar and ''. -: the. pleasure.pfth Fiyludint;per seyfnth cItftutih4. 1e
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i.t\. v ,; : Tr. J yTi IMiNoqibez ; .; :th1ththJ e; : eighteen; ndd'.andy tiicnls .of the teotH/articl l":tray,Dlnth&p;: | ; xc' :'ot..f.1 t,5t.t': > -" 11"

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'im 1. ..: l J'.i'1hDAID'UWI _:1 Mr; ,Kt eoRC i haying' nearly finished ;( -16 VaI Wtntert ;ntri h"ia f'\
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i tptoflI th&r tii,.tJf t Y1e'f. ti.. er cl ihd'' boblcs,; but :fearing;that HeBoayh : '. ShoId this platform succeed tolthe P govern.menwejii1tut ever1t; ltJT r7 m; t i "truth: : j." < ,5'. ..... _.Sc .
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backherj } isggrwii
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v omittedBbmafamilieB eatiees.usto : ngland fto.
!' p ii1.i. .!S tt' rtif T K # ,* I*. *' 'j'&l: ; --J, .* + l *-.4- TJ J wajefore the act of Catholic emaneipaliorj. and'spring' only/ahd.fqrth. ng: o ." 1-NoiAin". .. .1.'8t. ii. ., k, athilj- : t -

I 'f 1'A t ntrl' ( t d. -itsnhbkabeeiflleca8e This' is taking a"' stepf backwards -Lick-! and making nutz-Itloushafrand I r at6Hjvorii *j N am MT;;!of foreigners.' i in3Aroetfcaiiiw.iolding thft5lfidfr ,..-.,?_. .., ?

IZ-;wfiiwarae1 by.)Ez; Gcv I .se. : p., 'and. Jne.omitted_ : Tamillos:.:will. be"kind pu4seIv. .-. out fields/fhas h no. stfpf or.: 'fldt4s j aa !bo,, .. : office'vnaef' ihe.:. jtedSiat. :: f'' A1tt( Indued>"a A -Trouj4 c J-*

. q i' .iarg\i' ,H01i.:: antro to. !.. not.t ";inform,hin( of the. fact, he:will call f :U girea Catholic* tremendous.5 -benefit ofpersecution. the fallowing :valaabla 'qua1iti! ;: .. .S uOVfntme.. talk'jrasHDffitdn'i. \ 'v':.;','' *...*" 1v '' > -' *"; > '" rV -a ;
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&eoBrownSbipey,,Thesdt .&!}I'y jxhet onthem:; ;:and' etehe; ..WOrk.;',Ri ad. .. Th'at crjrwill rally to any sect years jxpiBriehee. .has"Jabund- nUj ,demon.sthited .. >. .:- ; ;!.c'...vANa....... :: T f- Wjgn! J% i taSW-ftTJ4 cq
Eng1aicL hosts of noble who otherwise \vould .- :- .i" ."-. .-. ,' :
ilfess is MiccoeukteX spirits, : State'9cfMu$ n.. ...'..-; 10T .SO V. i.r'
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I, ::f s eon 'fe" hold it abhorrence It'has.ithe i 'of )faiown ; evidence of the'wi J \ l
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d"l .. :: religious < largest1 grain any fl\eaam Departmenti.t: /, _..:J J ,JWg,.
_? it"'Witlf de ,ofrp1e tJi f&b1titV1 vIue; r plyany, J Q\tp p all: tib'i. ':MADAME' :jAboLpite_ has made_:a verv.sucstrtuting S Many-\vho were 'hanging loosely .by' the species .of grass, .being .nearly7 :aa !Jarge:as .Department if Interi :,..>. .... "-3'-.:. 5O--- ,,-',, reQfl : | friSof

:;" i i of thJe"wor1d.': .'Hereafterrt&ff ce f i s j inoprityan4 been visited,. skirts of Catholicism; knd.being gradually but wheat. t House of Reprutatwes,..-...>>>.IIJ 49.ostO1&eDep1r1meut.it the fcnportane'ecf. the event *hici".Vtfxj.
e '..ny4Wue. -. .' surely disintegrated from its: communion, are 2 .It will grow,on-Very rich ground, from to 80'TbtaLi -'. IT.* <+S-H*V TZ f-\iLf' ;-. .' *&ffnmn
1'ro- : q.. \ \. .. w ) nderstaildby )ladles:axnl'gentlemen'con:. fired \vith'new zeal and completed by the three "to four feet high.. '. "".i ', S . ._ !. P jt*
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;, M ----viTepuKewuB. eGi tot / ,v heetteof.ourCapitaX| ? .who speakof sense oppression. > 3.. It is never injured by ;.cold-no. freeze ,>' i .,%. .,'. ,. i .i 4-. .510'.914' 'f .
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>M d finterested in this .reewt,. .?"large 1 marvellous-_r I- ,i powers_JQ< -niostflaltering,_ : t The 'weapons: of.this warfare!are not car- hurts ii. .. -* Ministers and,.Consuls,. ....,.''i ..15fitt; IE1a

.J t! qibtt, (of-the lands:: frora'which;;' is: el terms. -By:invitation, weir requested say; nnj.Vj&decline acknowledge the kind intentions, 4. .It'is neyer troubled."by-'Insects, "of' *any- Lighthouse:Keepers,.'.'.'.. .'. ./.1$1 :JB8 Stat4fePz4toiy! -
of bu.t: tho alliance of politicians. It"is knuL : :_ -Ocers . .215*1837 1no operatig;$ jTtra
1 r64ued, be' several, leading: gentlemen pfQuincy she -- { qo4Q1se "? i ToI.t
buridenapni This 5. It is injured retarded
I 'I.o''e controversy belongs ,lo never or growing '
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changes. riofiJ ndedronw and. accepts (their us-1rotestantChr1sdans- Protestant Churches by heavy rains, overflows,. or.ordiny'drouth. '-'

.. '; otIMg ,{. rouIhzy :f n4xcy ,;to make pdit.iii'vittioii-to visit ttat. piaoe Monday ,;Protestant journals 1 o4 ocjeties, as such. 0. It grows as.fast. as Millet.Lucerne.. .. S ::7:4lte :: ,: f;..thp4thit\ *' #

.I them more -rafcTabfe ,&&wpzwh&arorI ani'Tuesiday. 'next,, therefore,will ppsidvdybe We want no (Brect aid from Government in 7. It is as nutritious as barley and: stockare '! Washington i, 1 L:ttiton- expose' the- *tal- ,- '*iX*-

I J? :R.ceri tingihTthlho),own of her )last days i in this city. raanagii it, believing that if let aloae; vjth as fond of it as they'are of that .hoo4vof Itof nbove t ti' onelt 6I fir5 riyle.: r7t; pabifrbe -. -fr kook '

, ; P4tki4 i to.. which. bytheyi&i AUim\.1 invite: 1 the .; truth on our side, we can bring'it forth to : 'fiklt"twfl l J Ji ep hors smnlesttle;"shieepgoais T.I *,an."=o 9kt4|" itafwi l k:Vr m:}the an _
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-ttflkn. of victory. ;.jbogs and ponRry fat thronghbut Books of the ;various!Governmental :
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: 5s. 'Nothing.neighbor is e\-iilently Depart.
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i 3 : : I in the.dark to"the sentiments of the Washington raent, .U follows: ft.
't : "M1tD&\kSx : : ;: as Hon. A. E. MAXWELL. was the orator of the 9..It will then -the_stock benjg withdrawn, ,' was-made to.fit ai .I. lave .

.4 1;: i ;,o f l delightful morn,! Union. That paper meant, as explain] day at Pensacola on the 4th. The Gazette and the ground being rich-yield* fromfour -- 4' Qccid' 8-1-Ent 0 Ih rieI..W.jntqr "&' & ----P'-J'--cHyMyor:: Wtvrf
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ing iietiv l fellow travellers in Florida, ed since, thatn party in this country couldbecme of the 7th to six tons excellent hay:per'acra : ..Native."Foreign. tasjsau cf. proclunaUoii .which

I te'i &dd.-t1i ttt'me' very great 'National .that did says 10. It, 'sa\ s corn and fodder being fed State Department,. .".. .hi.io..305, : : : : u kfrtackn
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pieasure' ommplj: ,with the 'jreqaest- ..whichTou'mkde'ki not. ignore"the There is but one sentiment jn referenceto away tajstock-during the wjnter and, ,: ping; 81ur'y.DepaJ'ttP.e,.' .. ... o A3O6 wledgnient' 'tjrhin, that Jo.Uv I Ta wimperfiset..that .

P ltikA; Indeed, I,felt honored abstract question of the wglrtftdness' or wrong- the oration, viz : that jt was sepiete with 1L It eompietely protects fields from wash Department of Interior j ;. ;.;e 28Q 35IlonseofReEresentatzves.53 : ii, <*I&: 'b\4iiforce4. Jp] ,
of liftly.1nlerrist'iaT fulncss t ot slavery. It scouts thedea f fine thought awl patriotic sentiment: It would .0 : .
: "by. 'lppo proving.my ,- ignoring afford ing r ins. .' ::1 Brooklyn-Mayor Hall;Saflaeu; <
1- : he:POE trof a section of our.'coutiwlierfiYpass 'the question in'the.sense _attributed to the lion.us.Gentleman's pleasure to present bat an abstract of. 12::It enables farmers to have on abundance I Post Office .Department.88 '.12 ,is; by,1/ vthe mostr. rabtf.flCJaw.fanatics : -M
speech, .
the late.
t try d mucliof cpringliapr i it by the Sentinel and several other papers. as we anticipate I of rich_milk, cream and butter with fatJbeef i Ministers and. Consuls,.. ; .208 '54
I took, thQbestcare. of the'twoplcsXJl its publication in full, we will not at. expressed r jp e'eiina44a) to enforce -
,
lID y. .kid and chickens for Lighthouse keepers /. .... .538 32
mutton
f turkey ;
; pork :
We need :
J : .lol1m -Cotton, wlueh you entrusted to not>epeat; what must be known. to" tempt J jt;. Some portions of the speech would their tables CUitom.h n.se ofliceraa,846-/ <.tijs fajMjK&ri1ff'fcdblng: \

those'familiar with its columns'that the Unionis compare rably'with the finest' of _. .
4 mind; forwarded thehijhrottgh the surest. passages S p..t.l. t"U.'
.m : 13. It will, if followed up wjth (tour, .dorn : lYAA' : U
: chanel te: fancbastcr. You.see.by.the report sound t.( the core oirthe ta"'crj'lssue. some which have become classic in our American Total .-. '. i1e" ..: "
mado'atMancheBter-arid: which i iI is literature, and the whole was characjter field pea,'give to farmers .the jcheapes the /.f.JA. > .3J-8'. ..398A. .5 .pQcg"on. aaii.rn.. :...
i wWthwaa, simplest, the surest and most paying plan |o .temporary remarks,:, : who Is "
nw 1n
ttvcrthy,and.ofthebighcstcharac- The fefiovwng paragaLpt from' &e American J ired 'by .a .poofuudity.t11O\1g1 and eleganceof ug irigaged) :IfOU1t heril
t i1
I 1. and those
reclaim re-fertime
.fields ,
J l.A\h&1': the:olic specimen i is represented to be, Messenger; crgan of The Amcr.icnni diction which' would detract nothing from not yet worn so, which out the i ingenuity of man can It;will be'perceived that ie. z tioli offoreignersn ,] accomplah. .mbrsVthaQ:: .the'Seat iafonn f cfri,

,worth 42cci ts perpound i the rfiothor's roputqtiqn as.a sound thinker, the.list of.ministers 'and.consuls sMnihe : .t/if
attUttiAe fully
I Tract Society Answers awhole world of the I devise; 1-'; -: ,.' If.Ad'it.titf
and other This '
I I t4tho other: to bp;1\ kas'inuch.k ihoughnot" twattleof kno\v-notliing\organs: about the polished writer, were jt published. 14. It will sow its own.seeds .after tIle' irst accounted jalarger.thann.any for t'* ta eaifly ted;I D1Cn ;: : Git1dWilbt&odbor

mores ,1 did not oomroanicate J to .,.myfaettd : Senator Morton was present .and bejug time without i by'the.Tact: ; tnatjnahvjof be nacted here .'
} or icootle,1 thereby re
.the'placewheJeJhe i Cttun danger of.(he..spreadet .the Catholic religion jexpfinse congulships are worth scarcely anything,'and \
was :
j I grown I called .out gave asa .toast-- I re-producing itself through its seeds oh the American icotdd hare them. !It: Whit J an,. 'wrtfpg: &ef5oj..)Jar 'ciIig
bO thattbe high bute paid.to excellence; in the,United States; .,' "ecomes, ;
M"Tke American Eagle May the.time same ground injinitum. "
i l-: t rheprot1eeeofi:4a: : lauds- the very E ING.-Tlae editor of the American -- theretorefrequentlf .pece aaiy.t give them arrival. of. the'America, at. Hah'lix :Great
'
CCOPR&G soon arrive \\' ien she shall stand upon the 15. It does not spread or take possessionof to citizens and residents'of inWIIiCh "

.. ". ,ft.enOJ'IOr.yo'State,was perfectly uublassedrAnj Celt; being on a.visit to Ireland, lately delivered Island of Cuba, dip her beak in.the.waters of a field, so as to be difficult to get'rid:of it; the consulateslare,located. places. Battle-Defeat'of the $OWi4: F1Cb.

i J ;*niweT. aJ4niay inake to. J the inquiries,' lecture in Cork, ," Amer. -S & ., &"ij 'Thernost iAwths
1 ; on Society the St Lawrence, and with her wings cover but can be effectually destroyed at hf'stage .. rw71ere :are welye.ro.reigoe in the State :
: ,
-MancheTwtv-l.l take ,
I from- great pleasure ica," in.which he advised his who the of North before the seeds ripen and fall out arrival VIa ai'OI1 tiltt i&h-oE .
,, ; .iifaridingthrough1 correspondients.: countrymen continent America I"Mr. by being. Department ;an , "I my could live Ireland there that
to stay stating .'Middleton of die'Mobile plowed up or under One o-tbis uI fod FijjncJx npade atf atlack the
;: Mil.
Register, was CAnje atttheage of ight on. .
l remain sir
:! i ., ; inyiksar ,'very truly yours I in the United States, the Romish church "10- This crass h&vjpjr tie above enumerated '
!
GEORGE B\NCRO} called for, and after a few remarks months).aner has been here Jfortyjears ; fkCtr.AA .Iqd n ," .but J
'; ': ; .7.1, ses sixty per cent ol the children of Roman: excusing will :be found by all who cultivate psrerA .wt wp wjj
'
-,'T&x:Gp\v' : MosELY/Palatka; ; Fla. Catholic parents/' Iwmsqjf fr,m .maW ing a speach.gave ;the fol- it properties far superior, :> any other species sever; introduced and another has came;.been tare here at th/:4nop$9'a/onrth.. .Jf/2y "
; .
.t ;:. .. ,' which 'be introduced for,the : years :EngTishlosa, wasJ'iaoir1i4r/Ba< t;. f fear
or can .
. here :
There'is doubt been fifth
whatever
; no oflhetruth : a served
IvxTittj-teten
.. 7vT YOSK June 22 1855. : iow'ingWest years ,
? > ; w thou
climate and soil of the South. 'shall be !,- .whom
1 t :'floM.fChrye Brd fll 2feio York : this statement. It has_ ,he.en shown'by"incontesfible Florida-May the time not 'be distant ten years in the army; another has been here among, wu/peceraTCisip
Dear Sir We have pleasure in enclosing: when she may become a part of Ala. prepared by July next to furnish seed :.of this thirly-lKolyears; 'another tue'f.y years; :another bell and npTrards, of Kienlj. .ot&er .oSK** ,. .
l :- evidence that since the foundation of '
valuabl to aU who desire to cultivate it.
ota IeUer-frwn.Brown bama. grass : came over here forty years; another t'i1Y- This news however, is thought;ti> be.exs jw
I tol an.,extract ipIt'I this'Government at.least::6OQ0/K)0) vCatholica js :f5 peck, _which is as much '
; :This reoeived with My prjice per jive years;, another fourteen years; .and. the rated.
! & C 4iattdi .alsothe, : copy..of the extract, was great applnuse. It is certain.however that eotton hlsalien
,
have emigrated$0-these shores from"at>N.ad i asiiis fieeess ry to begin:with-it being distinctly twelfth, a simple watchman, has been several ,
; JduriiJ ,iefeswd v,"itnrilsing a report .on .the: i on. Jackson Morton afterwards gave understood that instance / in price., in some c.. the extent:-of .
uld the 'of 1850 shows that tHere inI every in the country, "
yet census years ,.
t tvrd.simples! .: cotton you sent. through us One and indivisible."
'. less than that Florida- (Feebly where the party is not satisfied, after giving it (' Now when we add to all this,:that we A frtbIg.5 -S '>
|: fat inspection. are now ,OOOooo.or persua. responded to.) a fair trial, the price shall be returned. Your : AIL the
know..(,b ,t; one naturalized citizea in the KnowNothisg. "
the favorable ,
We are glad to see report so sion in this What
has .
/ ,country. become of ; .
obedient J
servant
I' Senate and in-the House of the last Congress h
one f &ir'!
: aacl-shall,be jJeased-ifyoti can give us the he balance t The editor of the Celt tells us. The President of The United States B. V. IVERSON. people< of common sense'will be apt to .I Zethg1.,'. '. (
.
information; 'asked for. cTeion .ia Piiladelphia will 'nDtuati'f
' Insulted In his own :House .
While the the hubbub raised .
1 We remain obedient servants, 'adults! generally remain faithful to wonder at about foreigners 5thfl ,.L_. "
your 10fBItOTIIEJlS.& Co. their religion, 'Protestantism makes inroads "AMERICANS RCLIXO AMERICA." Crops in Leon. by Know Nothings. It is worthy of an ageand \ .&ccw: or-"ornftN'I.ot... .., 'P'J

\* ;, .- Availing ourself of a visit 'to Gen.BUTLEE'Son connor that have produced imonWn .Hwhard.j(is .for1 .party to stated Jaopposition -
" :; ; upon their children. Know Nothingism,there. Every man who has the least respect for '. '
-
: .Enclosed! -inthebo. was'the following fore,liii its insane v/ar upon the Catholic law, .order and decency, and who has the Tuesday, we took a hasty ride through a j and S l'rIi umslI few, short tq.thetn; c '>mqcrac/of, tJiiid- tn; '

" [ of a-letter from Manchester Eng. fine a months. ,. JU.QWi
Ktract Church.strikes .portion pf hjscrop. Hjs cotton is very .5
: Wow.-at love.of
: tthc.-success of P otestanlsm least akiof country animatinghis j-The .Madison Messenger announces I.
-"I have.examined the two samples, 'which hut. his. .meat attrnGtootC6W' tentipn.We perceive i you(hiveen jsia'jt E $4 Mar

:.j Y9cn e y Aey are.both mce 1 cotton-, being ;"because iby persecution. ,.as, .all his- !ibxeast cannot fail to feel .indignant while corn field ihe.m. a.uch of 200 that
I *-r-TJ.iTeand'wci1' pr pared. The on t uiedi :orr .pjreves,,4heCathdjic: ] mind' at once becomes : reading the following from the WashingtonStar passed through a .acres Cherry Lake, Madison i W,, n .the 4th .' Is it. potable: f or-men.tl).

i c ,_ .,,.hua.uucb i .better- staple than .B.,, aqd closed against argument. Such was from which it will.be seen that.the Know resembled a forest .of pine saplings.) Good inst., by the explosion of a stxudl canon,whileattempting Jhatt .
AMn.ginB' a name wfll
f !* Wouidthiuk.it how ..wortli./tiZ/y per the effect for than rowdies of the District judges, say that it equals any fields to beseen ; cac9 ) .
: more a century of the illib : Nothing of Columbia .to:'fire a salute. .The"'gun wasincautiously. ,Row
mnd. The !oi B. is fine asA.-but, principles manypftheo24WbI%? are
the
quite in of
1 .
p as any part corn-growing-west ,
.disabilities. imposed the Catholics olBcrcd insults to the President of the ; charged with .wet moss and sand
upon gross
f G. .uoll \'lpgmu b .staple,.i..barely; 'worththefcamc The General's hands fodder." te1oiiitbe; new'orgujb t loa 1 dA(*"!
. however, is likely,,to f of Gi- Britain by th British Parliament.- United States,visiting the President's mansion were pulling which caused i it to burst, one.of the fragments I 'How of !
i money prove ry : many tU IBID \vhoca t
I of them off the .
' q -useful and desirable,1 if to bo:, 1ad Quantity; "The truth i is/: ?:said Dr. Chalmers in. one:'of late 'iright for the purpose of disgracing i One was sent by overseer to struck Mr.'F.'on the knee ,shivering-the partto intelligent peopje of Florid*-hav_ *.td tostay

: ; ... Caniypu: 'give"me auy.rinformadbnr.oh:the his eloquent.l speeches. 'in_ r.Qr'.Ca ollcems.ncipatiQDth68e' themselves and the(community in which they procure a stack pole, but the poor fellow got atom.* It:was_three hours before surgical at fionie foan&Vft .
.5iItt,' .:IJL.whether they.have bengrowrt i iwTdif lost in the field, and was onlyybund.by others --; ; are sscnt_ rcc wai rof
-
-
p .: disabilities. have ,|hung, i live, by then e.te8"table:6onduct.: aid could be procured, by which! time the the K.
.Nilodg*
l
. }.A1LlstictDf! uut.9 ng' pl r '' following the direction of liis5lustlycriesoriulp. jr concocting 'foindnco ,19
it 99;'to what eau'tliecdltivationbe'carricdoutl JLS. ;aideaaj.wefght. around. the Protestant cause .About midnight oo"-the night .before :last system was io much.prostrated'by't'' loss.of the peop' '-sq:.. ::thedSrth,
t6w
>
< '' fpr f': than a1 Rae enlisted the debris.- flthe'meet ngin j 'front,of the-City. ( 'je.aith liateamputation 0 '. "
.l : :: ore. century. They blood tha.t .ensue .in ne< .Mter
: .
p .thahi di oral'ib
; 4 \'Il f : : -. I in.oppostioh'; toit'some 'of. the-, 'most.unconquerableprinciples Hall] transparencies, and all I, made ::its way- The.crops of.all kinds;in ''Lconwe; e-never. .was perfcnned. r : .J '.II.J ii- _t-- :r..-'1I.1 Wloagjtsb4apdt .
.i.
t\ : under the windows of the .'Pthe Jent's .mansion ,. generally.'looksibeau-J .J1 daII... *I
Co.'s letter .
'Extr4fro m Brown,:Shipley dc of:nature; resentment be.cause ., morepromising. (( : ',_ : .-- .b.-: : -
we hear, and amused thselves.jorsome loaded with..iruit. -Th re' is ho vn3Ced o1" the CTCT!:'otWaa4aiI
and is
..* Bch.JuneI855 :.- tiful ropsinCoIh1.. -
4 of
il injury; and pride.of adherence to
time
J .*;\', enclose.an extratt-of:a letter :fro:aftteqdin I : by making night hideous, with of catterpjUar tha.t we have,hard J ag.Mi' f. .*b.5kian'ey .
sign as yet makes
ckwnville ;
'! ; Manchester .reporting Mn.twoi : i a's ffeig ..cause.. They have transformed yells and brutal; blackguardism, mingling : Wb e J e :Republican' .: ; to'convince the-pei.$4

\i .*4njplee fcbtton wnlchV rwwded I the, whole l nature of the. contest;and by so doing shouts. for "SAX1' with curses and denunciations of. An abundant corn"crop. is now.certain I foHo wing'extract.from a private 1 t dated he'and l
) .n per they are wortfcjr ff M *
i ; .
: Jc '
be dan
of the Chief Magistrate of the Unitad that- said to out of
maybe
I '
as crop .
AtiaTrtic:? at the rfequestoftheHon George ;they'nave-rooted and given tenfold. obstioacy' Alligator, July.: : .?
Ki. detlartd
Gmt
States the ; thougIhe hharji
&i1c fVfts' nientioned'w letter''of the. whistling "Hogue's March, &c., :- Columbia this .p p :
The
ger. better in
;: d .your for ..informationas to.erroi.- They:Aave given to our kc., in the. hearing of his far d j. \We have I Crops are and.again they would,'not. treat? .them "..irWprofeiBsiDg"'to .
15di.uitzNo..8u than have been since ;
asking '
1 N side the hatefol aspect of ..tnJj'h1I; on comments.to make on this- .affair -further rttPhsi4an.1ofthe: ; year- .they ever the establishment '
f' toTwhethet havct-been gTpwnun.-a newdistrict j hENRY BALSAM, I 'of.the first'settlement.' The bewhigj? Think Goo it.4Jo<

1 t of coon tgr:dong .Btaple;landaf so; :theirs we.behold' a.generous and. )high-minded 'rthan: to assure the distant public that,it Is in town of Jacksonville' 'in" this State, 'lias been ,, Corn crop.'" will ,be- considerably ..more than not akethepJoijtooyertlwoith-t

r **iiatextenUhfiu< !tfri.tioo'iaa"eoCAliied outj rexistanceo, : ,what' they, deem' oppr ssion.-;l'. Know fair keeping Nqthingismon i .the conduct more of Washington occasion reubved from office by the' .Know.IothlagCity.CounciL doubled l ,-and Cotton\ :promise ,.welt The I lessnes* of,sacJi',ehinges otthei-: _
than one
t dibe: : glad.if can': :ascertain thisf Tjiey.Jiave ansronna nation of heretics of ..Corn/Kowever"wilIJ fall for the
yoa ..'. I-, 4n the rlLt H,of course-towards Mr. henry Dr.B. i in a communication to price: 1 The" lL ee1 ibte ht for
& forns."" / i into a nation of heroes. We have I large,iramigraUon to ColomTui! 'keep'the' ._ .. .- .
could
: "D L.
A. Stis ndB
the
re-J ., vhiI&thatgentleman tarried at the ,pretended: .
, I:'t the Republican n cea. gm s .IJPP : a. :+, .: &.
GE J1OU1O&D' THK BATTLE, 6yI. I futed and shamed the heretic put of his. r sidenGe. ( his daughterin this 'ity, and : real prie5up( ,toOna.4qflaFear" no '.' 4 :,.
I ,' rl / ; for ;;hts t removal8pd; :then conies to,the maU9l'.wha.t.4be'cmn., fl vtU'it .o.. Y1 -; .or. ":11 i1I. tp$
J. '" SA.xrA fal.HoU&ton:; in a recent bnt'we.canhot.bring-down CtLUr { has bad'to4be.bronghtifro 'rHanifltoa d aoni .6titr teiotifuV i&DQ $&
I ,:addieuin rm&ntcUh. el>attle of San Jacinto, :altitude 'JUid'tht"if is that i whose bbuneless. ,and useful lives have won We following".paragraph ; ,
t ; .,. :fromthe. first, i introduction'Df .birthx -quotei-the Lorbush&enie?6eo r':4tX: o-'l'M. r waterln') <_A .
vott'tE4Isti1 of its inciden then\the.re8pett of'this'commnnitybut t who g .10.. pe -iiacefc. : y4&; ...:_ tobr&xe ,
r4 gate a
his communication i It < >'. ,' *
I ; } *
; ". *-
Tils'BaniwffOfliwctiori wit which has :;hU heterogeneous.element. into for 'the. of from : !! ... : <1'':f perlle "Ithtiaied'I r 'die' -
t- l And wem, unfortunately peace the family tf .. '. .,, j., ,-, .
( -T ,
rfiost die quesh'on, (1 e.cause of truth has back- and' tor.their do So much for these grave Charges,that were '. '' .w..to.-%_ A-!" (- J* 'l.:1" '
out ofungcut omment.&tm1 gO rights, not to ,
J ? tbrocght, reepect; happen M a: ) .ilff: V
tJi' that "
I f i Jj who not k qoljr deny theU1J1 of hiS'fJ&rr. .tin. w:..'l.rt:.'. .. ,r'i.' ,- ben.nzet., .by,.the.un._ be disciples of ''Sam. It'would be worse than made known to a man after he wu. oudemn. ;' ,. ... ?" -t.fettcnger eayi o *- the." crops, ', '...,... 'piDj' f.. ,
r' : 1 1fWI.
o'
.
-* that : .w.i .
of .
i .2 ed and executed; But sir; I do not believe !,eounty-ard'eTcelUajt.: 't I. ..
: of,cowirdice idle __._ ..
personswhoar identified __ "
vuaeeue'J yiekfinff.defianceof .
S !..4' aw.IaneapaChY a peopleirrUated', but not, forreputable '" 4 -.5.' -S. '--S ."-.. .... v- hiJ Ql
I .l .T.ia'N. -' .d1J'O.ne8fi: .. :'P.i 4ts J-r'. .,.;cfMYU. .- '27tbdt..ri ci-uhedi ohder Xf aMnse'oflridjgnity i ;f and'-thisnotaUe "-ff* wth} th ';'KrloJf'. -Nothing' 'party to.disclaimreBDonsibjlityf6rJthjese that these complaints dismissal had the and sKghteat'effectin the ..
removal
'I 4 "\ ; :.disgraceful outrages, procuring my ,' ,ofwasthat
I 'i r Srhfr finrt to"-replywa- Pavld-R.- Burnett-, expedientfor.keeping_down'the Poperyof as.such5' things 'never'debarred'bf ibefcre,; the qiwantinojriuid.. ..NQ.;. :X: .t Bo3lj ; The

t ft foeierlylPfejadent operas";. isd%the inaih Ireland l 'his only:compressed into-a. rnrless > they.gave thHr: cbudtenaneetto plotting of : tt.se ; I first drew the-breath" from Oregon. S r _

\, '.t .v',. !. fefiataiSfaWrS. .,. .. ., iveiwdo&eir. l and;closed it intojaphalaux(which,. ,till the.yjcions.iffnbrant?Quoted,.:and virulent in of J lilelh a.Foreign. Countr'TatI; : : wi The Knovto .4-S Srt.SSS----- -- S .
;"'.9"3>" r : r ac' u_
'L t..l ;
I J oal.. 'J)1.uu.s11pu, opened opby femanctpabon shall findiobienetrl. the darkness and socrepy midnight, against born'cia.tbat.: Uountry' tnat gave Acoenca
.
f -.1 D l '- 1i dD. t&n ''t1.: .Hr H?.>- -* x: '. their fellow-cirfwns,+Such' 'conduct is but her. 8TiBEN, itach: ,, UitwjTaetc8jt6tHe | arf. 4jt.

L .M: : rict':P f .r: TL.ot.te nbX ; -:- th iremtimate' ct.'.of a:>ery plain casein_ ,Armies WMhingtonand .herfl KAiB Congreu4ThO

.''w nl .PO' 1 O "' 'aclqntiebnke, 7 ry &4.does_ *j--v. .f-thi1an.' *' deqto', '>r. .t .* 1, to "'fight rher: battles ,fthe KeyolQtion/.and! ; fiot&I* tofomIOg'StegoYerTImnt $ .
j
'
: ttlv ...weJ i. o oar.1niI1.; ; -,'de 1 M- gug&coo( that spuitof tHe .' .' .. save; ;with the sacrifice'if luaoin fe the iro hthbeu 4i&d

; '.G&J( iT oMI, o t falsely-called lAmerican. ayi1iidieekzizi. ., Ran. Eoad 'SabseriptlonWe ;: %mericin Armfat>.Cariiden..' t1ndeftheQrd[ ;eIv4 .- "r lr< j[ eWth

Dd.. lQ:ziSlmiJ i: W w. loigbt J*f1' f /-* f 'l* *f- \ f + : -1 1e !lie jf acksonvUie'Republican Whig and Dempcraticrolo, the jjecej ities ofj OUICC5 tobeTei.i .

: i di_ m:3: !r .u n.w.c..wt.t : r .4 # : the .country. 4idipt rcqurotIiat spoqro14: r rmazi
fo ao.bich voal4ktnena' ( .tl2at ; r Utn_ ji. *
MpeicuuousoTa wer the 12th the,President ri
r. ,
,
:
. ..Ie YeI' 01. .o. .- .. ., ., ., Ijlo mysel2h9u1d
,
..:.,yq. ;--- .i.. .r 1. tJe i- Atlic.and:Gulf Cefltral 'R URoafh, MJ
attabic J
reeived -
v. u. 1lRII waIroi" '.:. .
: gJ t l "?j 11.tlQ.. ermJ # -EItrx1ngIwmeuiey t. : ,dffiiial- noticfiJhatithe subscription of: cojuiUy./tnd Hi JMtKuUonl V T raj'sdf ilohfj

F "a'MFriitfttiv, e i | 9oxrftO; ( *' %eccsirncuon'iriaidRMtiby would wi terJHfle r n ?5being.iur .

1.. ,6 .. ."..1,tJ">..M1d.co''a Ho. '.l1''dr to the dwv r ., .,"'olumbi* County.JiMbeeDmadirb aid -i.ll_ exUeJaayHattf."ili -lil.. lcgil4'J't-a-; .'* vJ t1fl'2
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,- -J ;'I'II. .b" .1 IIIW: ;I this" We'ftre'sKsd'1 reformed ,that, I t' 1 S
E w. 1. .ot' 1r purpose t ... '* ," ,
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? June 30; '... ,
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yddresu -
ermekp Giitnyk kt' 'l- 1 .
Oeduce fO&ith t throotheralo Threlaeoniei: ? '

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; 'y fa theqttftations' $ ? d ei"o lJ t Coart Until theFr ces-on ttWboieh.. Nweeirua. __ th & t baoh,4
$1-?P ,a1rvady4extenaeII Agrra Jengtfi.: the; vv.'Ti3'Legislaturetnay* d cjaro- ; hvbr"A'A"fifty other' .j'c'i. .* ,1- ) i BLOCKERal* MlA frrM 1doatth 1 i I Ib.'e

piitiw is- -. .- *- *c:5t *. _j.ciiry \MxcrnLthe isMeIg T* b7hePaeIflexPwsn1jrer _
: iidg s j! Uee
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l : Honor iftlttyiog tHe l ; eltfrnienoDgh ; eeetti ,,. 'w *
the end of them
$.pbjict, lore Irrr Col.
tie an4
.
nusr PJnmbaIttdI3tul.
.
to CQOOter&ct the.Legislative tn oniecases. -.- .. -r-- ,, A ',' ,. *
he held.K ndcrtau all wU *mly, & i -cp M
of slave* ;Tei, sir ouFjudgea-opposedtnje'acis -

wh&t.H eaattr* $1; oitka Leg latuxV. We have this |an'droarkto whicluwill thjB form of govern; bar:.pkfroni iron is".quoted at 3E7 15s' Welsa ,jraSa -. ,. 4I000ulee ., -- -$
atX7tp
guide hB: Theyi Had the !J rtitude to-deelajtTtfyat ment is chariefed And Jhe rule of the. Legisla- ; : '
Mid"J be rt.di56 hat the instituaoo '- .
." Why. pf > -* -' "" *"' i" *" $* -* $T 10s; tckjron$73 LewGouu
wera and would and, '. rt" : isbn is'acandidate Jbf SherhToii 20HIiz2etl* ,
theudicary tlft
they" | | '
ddsfroys '
man.'who. :b9i* ture supersedes,;njullifies ( $ t.of lecifooM Octob. .. r'r xt.?'?" v *v .V' -.
opPos unconstitutional,"a4s. .Are'you sure the Tfcte wil.Be[ when die Constitution : : ',' I "f'. -:' -
people -.NBWYpBX.
casting ihree votes.for : ; : toua'ruoAs
Le that your FedertdgQdicary| .yiU'a thus t tIs ; ( -
: aiji $ "Jl.o.fthe people ceases to have : 'NBw. oBK/uIy.il. R.UALEasnc4ndkUt : .
be cwn r Certaiuly ne'Ieirtb that judiciary sol.well .consented*ana "so $ : :; :

allows, the independent of -the other branches'as"'pur vitality, and supplanted by a higher power Cotton has 'kdvan .! to. |. Sales 3000bales. lector of LeodCoUntj' at" iUe&taogf"* elettidb.in- pctpj
coMEtilation Jobersext / V5" ?
; : ;
Rio .
Fyou1ncbngi4 :lights.Rice'pjiietaVB > <> ** *
-* 1*
; State judiciary ? Where"are'your landmarks in the State. G. i
gr And : to l>e sunt.tonmg n \\n this Government Twill be bold enough }."' x. i 't : Ma.NEH .a1tsre1alive T '" ,, val0 '4i. ,' \ .

the rcprewntatiyes in to iiaythat,you/cannot find'any,. 'I take it as The R7ev. A.IR. Wolfe.At .Jaif !4Ut4 -- #$ :.& .; : <
tte Electiotfia ftOb iieit
y-
NIAGARA fot.Leou at V
FALLS County
his hundred ,June 2,1, 1855. '
the South the nuurwho.owns that the '
the in"this couiitrjr tL
highest ;
the
ehcpraiurn of
: a ineeting Presbyterian.CongnS .
Another mail : : : ::
over,the. Falls! .Bachinan, at .
4ses, poeaesses no more poiitic&l power than acts of the Legislature/if unconstitutional;ire'liable gation in this City held yesterday, thci foJJqw- the mill few.rods
grist a above the
2TE1liott t'CataractHouse arutiidto noCQCJTAN _
be -the'judiciar 4 'E WE -k
ho to opposed by )
Minute _- -
withone.Vhy u14 ,ing were un'anjmousjy pted : \ sa'w 'him:frorb the rear'of the rnil aOourt

bys1vys.been told that.that ivasijha case, s Debates, 240. t Whereas/it is understood, that the Rev. A. coming fg\yn in a boat His ors \vere bang ibr the County of Leon, at tie election in!.Ctetoj- 'I4

81c tii $oii ai beenchargedto No wqndcr-lhat, ..with"* tho*' clear 4 t I ,language. of R \Vofe'who) has resided among us, forsom&years ing in the Vow locks; and neVas sittjng'with} her nexL' : : ; I &SIT1L4T01fAS' IcII1 fl4 *t1IG 4'
.
4tD&IJgan, 1Javet4dett the-Constitution, the concurring vie\ys, aha pas as Principal l 'of the Female his arms:'folded screamBng for. help.! Kjfr Fctibw: CiTi2E< : Hiving,TiLbfIIl. -didrI; ; ..wb .to. ears

6pn6ns.6f! its fra'rhers, of the ,sages and patriots Seminary, will soon leave us, (probably, not Bachman called to him to seize, bb oarsl A the duties of tb ,Offioe of Tax CoIIcetoii ttfwllcb ypotkiudneM
to. return,) and, few well dire rted strokes would have elected la Octobw.1.Mi eWD.bymy
exwas *aQy to himlut;itwinh of the Revolution-the uDarnmous'decisiori Whereas, in the social circle, :.where his him to the shore 'he brought receipts fro the *
-Cho abut on wen .uriti he offer myself Lefore'you at t C&adicUto loc, te4to .
tKe'constituted tribunals-
of
.l "* esteem For sanctiOn modesty and urbanity have .conspicuous; carne opposite to the back, piazza of'rthe hi October jrfifc.. '- ? k .
; > > f ; .
not bang ,?.a
a fact as.the one t.teii: the people of The United States-of allthe: experienced .his kindest, fidelity and skill; in. was seen to come up once and throw out his At the rvquent oif jaaijy.I frM.Q. 'BUR; ,t: ; d'

departments ofthe government the approval the pulpit, where !hjs edifypg.semoes have arms. Mr. ,B. says he wasp young man about SSuflm, himself a carviidt..for Jijidge t.f Probifeat ,.1_
: Hpwer#, l.JXHft jconclude, if you think my been often gratuitously'. rerideYed-hjs relations Uventy yean''old >; *' eoatuog;electfoo in ..OctoberDttt artd will bo -_
remarks -Insertion in of jurisis and writers on law, and eminent this been of the thankful'f the of'hi&fndzaad'eIl wdti.
rough i worthy, your to Congregation have The probability! that.the fejlow, hay. r ifuppoirt ... -.
statesmenwithout; a suggestion to the con'trary -' character ad poor tew generally. = >t v '
lo most agreeable ,
.vaiuabieK welcome use ,
journal, you are: ing-by some means that will never be explained ,

jthem for the.sake of"quid long ;fYZc.! BTCe'Snjreme mall tho erjtravagarice of party or that Whereas, we desire to express our feeling, -found himself in the rapids, became { We lire authorised to maienM AS Adffiifino c3'The hrt1iI '

: of faction wonder. the has in view of his departure, paralysed with horror and unable J.ROBERTS u.s 6dr1'ax.Asses i ADJ >;
; no :that question ; >was to use ufVoa Cutintyr Jttft drOOR_ fljPO %BUbSMWuug
Therefore Resolved That tender Mr. Collector of Leon -County, at th election id October
-we
Court. long since been considered at rest and beyond any exertions to prevent his awful fate' Who bext '4 1>- --* 'r ? $& ?$*W/Mm& I
Wolfe thanks for his kindness towards
'
,
our
.. can imagine emotions as'he ..
NDJCBER Ius neared the ,
in. .
the reach'ofcavil. If this be } the Supreme
so wjjth: Minister ofthe Gospel -our unfeigned I_
us, as a fatal .precjpjce, whose roar sounded like a "WE-are aothorized and zeueetod QUDe T- -
NQ conyiction is deeper in iny mind than Court of the United States' 'the loss of his valuable services LfiMQEL candidate Tax AK JlVTAT 'I
why jipt regret, at death knell in his terrified ears "or the mad ,JONES as a LAsss orand. p fiwiS .
-that the maintenance pf the judicial power i is.essential Court Florida in community,-and our most cordial .Collector of Leon County'at tlio elecU'oQ. lo October AX-iUint two" N fo f
with the Supreme of created pur delirium that seized .him at the '
upon thought -
ltd-ith very4>eii3g of the Government. : next.' i Sam za* 4 '
wishes for his usefulness and in his ,
happiness _:
'FheConstituLion wiljhottt it would be no"ConDtrn. and constituted precisely as it is in language of certain.and terrible:destruction. It was all ... i inches ;higlystrcflif twilt
future home. done in o moment-a struggle, alshriek! a .WE are aathorized to announce WILLTAMH. *1d. Junea isaI.v, .
tAp Cpet7irnia o identical and after the same copy ? The the candidate ..Tax AwessoV i: i ,' '. .
be for and
Resolved, that Secretary requested plunge, and a soul went home! It was all NEWSOy, as a ; ; aJu.nuQi1b-tWeflty emb *z3 Qni. 'I ,'k' i-
Court not created the Legislature Collector at the election Id Oetolxrnext.?, *:-'* ; -. .
2 being .by to furnish Mr. Wolfe with a copy of these done in a moment-but it told upon eternity.Cor. .- S -- :' .--- -, z.z:
: ToIiothattheiudependenccof the judicial bat by the Co&siituiJQn, can en only be Minute's.D. ?
jt [ Buffalo'Express. To the Votert of.Leon.; County: .. '.

*department'* of the Government' was .an abolished by the latter. McNIELL, TURNED, opioi. '' u.9w-Crmisr-I; hefc, 5th:.nDouac!. rny4ta tbe pviebeosioaihJ*, -
,
object".j-earnest" consideration, of warm soJfcituda An amendment of the Constitution made E. R. HousToN, SECRETARY. inrcKY.-The Louisville Courier says candidate fofthe"office of THX gaWw 'aoJ"C IIt tor then.r i '-
Tallahassee July 1C, 1855. that in Mason at the ensuing October elecUn.adMp&fttu11yobcityours '
( with ihe framers of the Consti itionofthe by the Legislatures .1850-1-2-3, contains ting their wheat county The, farmers crbpa ,p'ronjiso'are ho y to cut be ... ragea.. "With"R&K'.* *'''* "' .__; _.__ .T -. : -

United State, we .qnoted from their the word created," giving an apparent sup- One week Later from Europe. the heaviest and finest raised fBrten past T.MOORE '

fagiffcvr$& number. The importance pont to the idea of a legislative..creation :, In Bourbon'county the harvest la progressing.years e- I herewith aonouuce myielf.as candidate -, T oeryi .flUFf'rDlorae s I

fthe> subjedt Si"excuse farther extracts.* rIt whenwer the QeneraJ Assembly ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP PACIFIC. The yield is said to be remarkably fine, both for Clerk,of the Coarfat the ensuing October ejection Sarah* :Jane. Prlc*'.Cdnip ; ,.*' s- :
-4
and Yours WL 3.
:The-great work hjich defended$at, instru.ment shall .create & separate Supreme Court or Npw YORK,July 11. iri quantity and quality. In Grant, the farmers request your suffrage-THOMAS F.Respectfully WILLIAMS; ,, d 1nTIe4WL.- ) rt'

before the. people of the United States, Chancery Court Tinder the- provisions of this are about done cutting. The crop|tj is said to
Constitution, the judges thereof.shall be elected The U. S, MaH Steamship Pacific .arrived be the best that has been raised in that county VE Are authoriiad to, aimouooe SAMUEL 1 *buYttiUi1 ',

.htendedleynda1ithings toils adoption in the manner provided by the first sections of at 6 p'clockjtbjs'morning.' She saifcd from in twenty years. In Kenton the farmers have w. WILSON as &candidate for Clerk of the Cir nit ot of ib.Statp(muidan Iet4tr .
to alL the Fed. Liverpool the 30tU ult, and brings one"week Court of Leva County;at the election 5n October! next -
.whVcK by was '
appealed
u.now this act/ and shall .hold their offices for the commenced cutting The crop, never a larger :

eralisr, the production of two of the leading same term and be subject to all the provisions later intelligence. one in that county, turns put unsually Arriral of Madame Adolpho. that had.oo. copy JM firnt of. (Ha

splnts'df .the. convention, the ablest of their of said irst,section: Provided, That LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. welL paper ,
the Judges of tho court shall be elected Denniston jostiy celebrated MJLA ADOLPHE, froeo WhatkACa3 -
Suprerae Cotton at Ljverp9ol the
well! quotes AN AVALANCHE OF n&n..The Atlanta THE'
and qf nation or country, as as.the '* ;;: the '. wledgedeatSympathlest
day :any by general ticket" -Sec. 2 : first three of the week dull and id- ,universally th; .
: days con Int f the i2tK Thursday
in
with John tgzncer$ statesj-that on in the vorhi is DOW Tallahassee ready
wisest $ best pf patriots, Jay, *
an The first section is follows "w That able lower. jaiid AHrthai
as : on Thursday,jhpweye without there were pne hundred cars loaded with to receive visitors at the City Uote1womb wiflb.

.afterwards thief'Juzice pf the United States the 1st Monday October in the year 1853, apparent cause, it became buoyant,anil closed wheat at Chattanooga, ready to move, and form all about the Past,the Present and th.YUt-4' ; sj

' -It,nses language ef this kind: and the first Monday in October every six with an active demand in some instances, prices the depot crammed to its utmost (capacity. thee are married or not, and wbcD,'&rbat' s4y; .
ha and they-will or bnstdess of any"descripUoi 4
get
<".The eandard of good behavior for cpntin4ianceia years thereafter, there shall be elected by the having ndvanced'l-16d. Two trains a day arrive at Chattanooga by Consultalioa'.iee from $1.to ?3, according to bow :

office oldie judicial'.magistracy isnrfcuniyt qualified voters of each of the respective judicial The week's sales amount to 43,000 bales, the Nashville Road, and it was estimated'on far they wish to go, or, vhatt&ne'thej. : wlih. to. oocuPy. > **#

.\ >ne of the most important improve- districts one judge of the Circuit Court, speculators taking 17,000, exporters 2,000. Thursday that there were stored in that town .' ; -' ": ':*" .,

fnpats'in the practice government. In a who shall rewde in his Circu.it, and continue The sales on Friday amounted to 20,000. 30,000 bushels of wheat exclusive of that in For partcIarce'Jban bQl .- Iarft1cfApia i '

Anarchy, it is an ewe leut parner to the des in office for the term_ o $tr vea.ns,,unless soon BREADSTUFFS?-Breadstuff's have slightly store by our Road. From Chattanobga down TaI1se7id) I ,. ,2$. Crtdit prepared;.to sell V at law* priws\ 8 tmz

':.potism of the prince-rin a.republic it is a no er removed un'de'r the provisions the Cpnstitution declined,-but authorities vary ; Maxwell reports to Etowahj the depots are'alt fuTto! |bursting. Notice.' 1 29 Pearl St,and 94 Wat r St,Hrr Tuck: "

>,;tl kss( excellent barrier to the encroachments for tne removal judges by address wheat and flour a trifle lower ; corn 3s On the"9ih,* tfiere were received at Calhoun Omcs or Pcssxcou & Giotou B. B.Co..\ JOM 28, 18fl5." '-

and oppressions of theAnct represeniativo'body*' or impeacbjnent" Gd.lower and all ,steady!*' 2,000 bushels, and the hands could not knock OTIOE U hereby giren thkt 'the Board of Direc ;

it,is the best expedient which can'be''devised The object pf this provision evidently is Provjsipns have adyapce l slightly. Ashes off their loading till 11 o'clock at night Maj. N ton of the Pensacola and Georgia R.R Co. hare %

in any. government to secure a. ,steady, not to enlarge the of the Legislature steady and unchanged. Rosinjrregular, and Young, the Agent of Calhoun, thinks that ordered an additional ,iustalment of four per cent on, I
( powers 4 Rice i is dull and the capital stock of said Compmny to b*paid,on'6r.be- .1.: "
at
; upright and[ impartial administration, .pf the ruling $ unchanged. from his depot lone, he will ship, 100,000 .
Joba 0. WW1anan fl1t3qf&
but to diminish .them ; to lessen, not to increase The fore the let day of Otfobojr zt.'-' "order .the: : m4iuwt -
w& wjjeai/avorable bushels during the season. To-dayfire full
them.i Board T). W.6TVYNJJ, Sid7pro tern.;*
Had jeen
jts take
design tp a LONDON MARKETS. trains will be down and each will '.' V29. ,- .
t ,:A$ nothing can .contribute RO much to the suppose car Jxy] I,.1&ff. -

firninesi and independence' judiciary, power from people'to vest itt the Legislature Money is easier. Consols 91 1. Baring & contain 130sacks. -' pIodtoIeume.on t1e ( 'GWeOWrl .

it could not have been left to the doubtful Brothers quote London.Markets The rush of this description of freight has A., FISHER, >: $i4 Na r' $
as in office, this quality may justly generally un- thia2ltdayofJ. ; ; I I
permanence construction of a single word used in a changed. Sugar dull and unchanged. Coffee been unprecedented, caused!, as we -learn, by ATTORNEY.AT5LAW.. .. .'
,
;] be regarded an indispensable ingredient provision made for a different purpose and object active. Bullion in the. Bank of England the offers of NeW'Ybrk Millers to'give 1,25 1_ %_, .J.TALLAUASU Ju.i3l8G& :

in its constitution, and in a great measure No! to make in creased 18O,00Oounds sterling. for ojl.wheit} delivered at Depot by'the 10th, UTILL practW- Uw Courts of the Middle Dis? D'i
so important change
a k-
..e.a-the-citadei'or the public justice and -the and at Chacleston, and Savannah by the 15thofthi VT' trct.sndkThomss.Giuitj.O& .
-" s..i ti would require a distinct and independent pro : month.Goon Office in 'Capit8t'2d! story, immediately -
,security. rtlqr ;!cii1ie: Pcif. JLApta.laat.
pqlie : '" a Degto iAnsais4. DMNDJ .
the of the d 1erk of Court
apbe no vision. ; The news from Sebastdpol consists ..principally PKICE FOR L.tru-The Ellicott over 21 room, 185. ,CbeJSuprtme'tt '.29-1j U-nt 23 Drears old,$T c fsttii1 *05'tae Lb' .weJg
July
.security for the rju'npnty in free-gpvern- The StatepfS.CrplinaefThced.this end by of details of the recent repulse. Mills Public Warder {a new paper) states : ib lQ 1btfe&e Oied1 .

; : apnisionof their that.the Lord Ragland had been dangerously ill; thaC'Mr. Nathan Warfiejd who resides on Prospectus if the Atlantf $ c is* : ,
.raen except :thro ugh jthe judicial department. Cpnstjtution juiicial '" said t ba,1cg caniI tb IiI! '
.!nfe verutn ntsth independejce of the .power sjiall bevested jnsuch; superior but"\vas"rejjpvering. the Frederick road, near the eight mile stonehas'sold MEDICAL K SORfilCAL JOuRNAL # eWp4 -
The tqtal.loss pftb.e Allies, in the assault his place often acres foi. the enormous ,
Mudi&iary becomes 'mpre tmppr ant to the indinferior courts of rl&&d the HE .Ar'o THK vkDxCAotLtLi. -
security of&e rights'of die-citizens'than in"a* equity, as othI8th Jane,.was.pver S.CKjQ.rrjen. ] price of 8400 per acre,. Purchaser. a proposevto 'pubflhm $the Olty of AtUnta, (imonttly "
Legislature 9ayfuh, time to time direct", 'ThV'French aqf ErigKsh blame each otherfor gentleman from'Washington.' ':rduT al to be known as the -4tta'-4aJttd' revsI
it is ihe ** 4
a! .monarchy,:$|nce only barrier against # j V f nbibt tli
dndSiurcficatJtivrndS.tid whitit..iibteDde} saq'b:1I
< !
Constitutional regulations and principles.are 4p unfortunate pds : | ,
the pppresaonjif. a dominant. faction, armed The Lire'r Pills. of oouVsVto Kpreaeat t&j rightt aod.interfs& ofthInttitulictri J
.
STV..V *'? ? -f Gen. Pellissier home
for the with ;and the altered, repealed varied and changed bV telegraphs that Sebastopol'xvill ; rtb which connected '
mcwnent power, ..abusing pro. they are statc'ibabV .
ft M'Laoe
} "
-r V EThQ Liver of Dr first used -Iormr '
invested. pills were &qQe
: '
r
soon b1iAey1iijtct1oui
inmer .Accidental VxdteJies visiOn8desnedforthe m ft- kith entire- ..inBaenwacquired, not inac
; purpose, by in'hi ,So effica--
him s1
The Allies.retain possession ofthe Round bv cxeluaiTely owu practice. at f&kncen the veottft"e1edI ttHy.rcefretL 4 : pi

men *' .find. jiber- x te expressipns.or !loose language. and ?amelon Towers. doe where>h y.niiH'cases'LiyercompUiDVvtLatfamous the'the Sde'itwill, pnssetJt'dalnaMtdicuProfeuio ii&ru'bfL1w -
famous and
pf diepopJe. ; attracting' ittntk4ot
That:the. Legislature of 1850-51'did not The Cholera i ra1Lyot'Jnkriatda minority -,
raging the French into, .
.' among medicalTaeulty passed general use. They ,
Wason of of the k "* of therespctabe'mediapnbUo'cf-th4day
k 1 *
Judge unsylvanja ** 1 f
pn design to makeTwiy such; change is evident troops. .. -- act with'great certainty and regularity ; the patientalmMtltfirriediately In saying thus mncb, the.25iiewonW wA be Understood .
abed. f tte framers of? the Federal Conetitnti6n feel the of Bfa( o&ease,
;
dispettion
; Gortpchakoff dispatches his.Government tcf elTcfl k
as arrogating tb m an qoakification
from the fact bl their' electing,Mr. Anderson sHperior .. ..
; u8e -lwgQagec: Inr tefercnce toehortjappointmeiits that the,firo. .oftiie Allies, ,was mucli weak.eze and ia gradually jrastored to health. ;;yjtV'ome the for the postvhwh; Jweu assnd them, ,- ; '
chief and): with iew.JBx.ceptions t. C J 4 effect is 'almostCiniraeulous, fr fJt> ritlyeipeTiencing 1
justice; voting a.yerjr f > v but; intend to a confident reSafic* the
express { wpoq ; ;
dependent either upon ..theLegisl&tirfe immediate relief,.nfter harjog Tfor"inotitbs resorted to the faif ; ; :
Pt ion i.'throughout oo intryi origSoaliarU
othergent1enentO fill! the office '. '
prXxe ufife tAustria .continues; the disbanding dft1iarziy. drugs andi tnedicines'ef aiiotberdescripUocv-in vain.
tMVjirfgM'wiU nat- -'-- .V* *- f. cles and conUaxjtioos,and thie"jsent .n>-
tod indeed almost of aot j4geicbcquld: not Mvebeendone.wftiouajreach4ofihe Disease of the iJrer are Ter jcbmOtoald't&is conotry through its columo*, th*state awlprogreai of IheSctfiiee
"flrilly necessarily,become and are Veiy ff htful b'diaracteri Jt1W9eVwhb ttpe.n'eocfl :; '
: In all its
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i If any ofthe 4temonit.ry: scn.ptcs.4t( tirs dan- J 4t
a .dependen appntbe ap ppihting'power. ; j : ibt
tional provision that; memljers pfL isIti4oqd '. 'The advices,from the Jalti.0.and the fleet gdrpos.and complicated ''disease, shoold-at once procure the >rr world,.' bseI41tbL4; IALsw A .
they hsire any desirt to obtainprto hold office, be ineligible creaLcjL therein were iqteresjihg.. S ealjbrg had been a box of Dr.;iTLane's Pills,and perbaps, thereby, I

they wul.at afliimea eince.4eiretoJohw j j.aadofaeyj3be'5 'j*. t to* an""ofijce*> "W='j"i, '- bombarded all .be saTed a trorfd it tos.ex v'I: V -but.eu&11, of
.tfe4oree destroyed also die uo.urhecncourgm .yeiea unrausf&iend -
daring,their, term "of jBervac d yery i ghtconsideraJioQ ; Purchasers''will bo.care/ul to ack\ftir"DE.MVLACK'S hd' -
w be U'.t adrkqt1wqrtbi '
tiUo( the : tpwn'ofHangoJ P ,, .
F. predominant; power ; CiUfpEATKD 7.ivzi1 A $fld.L4k4 ncjMl* 2ooo; : ,
of-tbe! *4t&, 'Jastica .vdli.6 ;a4minutcredf. WJU show the'jciaim taJyiNHipl: A 'Tggards$: e.r ceiitjputrpge; on the Cos. Thera are I ly untenable. sack boat tbo Russians! aXmitthat a*flag of now before the uWtc: 'DrMien.'s.4v.r'Fz11s,'aIo 200 r'ffc v<>jr" *!?< r100t :

a( will trope was shown!but"say;&ev 'feared treach bis OelebValed.Vennifoge,can bow'be Bid'-at all.ye8p -. v.jw''iS' ; NM -P--1---CvV--- \. I
ctible :
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mentSj.iheferrei'and.Vesled'tHe UdJCW ig ne otbeon. ei7. .. :: : ',
judicial power,on and .L 1ieJ tpnntz $akiuglaee., .i .the : o-- ;: .- 'g ki4zrn13'riaiiectIt -, : I S

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dfle4th dutie*, f $ ththw4exaaer is arious effectual.Qrgani & .vill 1* Whdatt 'srn ,
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thejgefnjtd .lyUOth&th1GpUrussiahia'been -iM* 'p. ., *- I
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,tion. rd1e6on a da pJ1ode9 c44o cfe : .;; y r --; .. ; :Citv"CounU fihe'iVitt ( uoicsr the ;Cf swtableZ4Y 1dte tSIettftdLUt ailjimesr4liQha s ,,,1.% '
ofU ( TalE&hUKi SemeJafl'bet jeet the.cectiul 4
thti povoz prd t Trt alUmore Patriot cohtktns a somewhat and direefionLof.th Mad .L ',.' '7 ___ _
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that .it } MV >* *v 'ri i* .a : : wy. WSTMORELAW, DPOS.
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8 ih Eland number ofjritizena.'jDot members of Vibe;CyanciCao3reqvesi'twim' .. Attnt,1nly I8L : 1i-, I;
f&fi etio to ca p !e'swllb'Jffi >iadfior4 .r i
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f. %-*-.- ..tni -t; .r 17", tfeAVt them thlbe'ttQt of tJiBjC owIed toif:%3b cu1 -, _'._I. 1

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2, ipt4ZOO31'- 1 t nif.H.OO on at our.od: staod, aDd!. &be ndw: predIct' that beQCd'orth ailTtr jock*'' .DAYJDC: :; ,, flON.tnow : .,." :" ;,c."f. -!. :.. : L4IG2 '.tl. ..Af'>. _

t. ".. ., .... _.OO t ..... ....GOOt. '= !'our.. beetpz.bu'b.eti. .. and bald beads, wjul'. be unknown:'for.although."tbt ieevmgfrtht" briri $ flW Ua' ,t .J.riet'V" ; i I I Ieaa
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-_. .I "" and in conseque Ubecomct; first dead and 'harsh,' purchase* ) F w
4 -. ; ;,ItJ..... ,o. t. =September_ rt 80,185- *_._ .3t' then'grey:or falls 0$ nature will be robbed ofthoethmii1L1ta ,many f item:a*'induced prfcea.'trbich enable J. C : ;

,_1 t rf A7 eut wiaUdl lo rtry-' townaod eity" ia'iheder -- I charms; aod.although it b a sovereign him. to'supply bis customf r and' all"b maj fa* fbkhnoffeedia eq. _r.bJttL

F vii;..( 11rift, arded. AdtOxNOtte. remedy for those wb .an''gray as,well.as'those,who voor hfin.:with vcalt:either.'for.cariv crspputsdcredit : .. .!15ted'".go-J .ioff, .ti. inhJ3fl3J5ii .. ',
f. :1tt_ *(i3rirut _!{4raTn ,'. .A. 'tL'pctsona; d emtoda'igainst the eetate of are bkw, still all tN.the. propriety ,f,making':only ; at'.prices certaJnlr as'low. tf Dot.lower 'D I 'l.t: r. .' ''-.c .,"; .:

: the dptriutresioa U>f:."C L Oeo..Jt Lngsn,and .Berobardt LoeblaUof J ffeaon deeeaaed.will suck nn application io-the hair and scalp an U calculated any bouse. In this.city' "I.ney,>fa.pert. ',cbosist of; : : ''_' be,4J85.t.:. : :J' :. jI d.4'et, t J .

. J al A fI"' v tq:,genUenMit. ,Who.. jire !*efltO aBC tab Dod th&tn oritst present them to the undOr- to'preserve,it both In a perfect and healthy.state.Frcmtkt Fancy&stale ry.JOod" k7L0 OTMJVC j t .. "- : .'I ,. ." .
tahr .( : Prbst paH eo.wuWt signed duly authenticated,wfthioih time Boots and Shoes, .I DroP'1 .JRi"1i. C'-'M t15'tS .
v preacribed Editor of the Real Ettatt"Adertii. Vl Perfumery, ., f
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d ai. ;2J JtJC: mA1. or&n.:relf'oo it, by Uw.or inn'dee wM.be.plead mbar of their re. SchoolStreet.BOSTOX. Hardware. dattr,.' \; J v.'o. o .

s'rwtly confiJeotiaU:B21 on all solvent,Bonlt*.taken 'orrery; and 'all persons.HrfeW ito. said:estate'are Hollow Ware,. Grpeio.,'. p ? .
March .
20 5 4.vProtWqod '
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at b rebypoUfied. \0 make. 'itamediafe' payment to the Crockery' ,\TVileAuMrert Tatketll.',..1"ei ': p2... ndod.;: "" ..X'BLA KBUR..; : ( :'Dear Sir -Having become prematurely Hats and Cans, &ggtn g and Ropt .' /miles'__ south of tic' ; ,jn*'.. >-rf 'k. .", f :t1IW

1 .JAUES p.WINTER' 'May.' 12.1853.; ., 19 :,8w. ,Admbjstrator.Ldifdnlatrator's quite.gf ay; I,was induced. some. week.';since to I Bonnets and Trimmings, l'aliib(0fls,4c,4e.' t .": < -?!..',<>;.'JU., ;' 1-1.thT.. I'J.' 7
make hair restorative used lew .
J bare
trial of .
% MajJaifer.Maeoo, Gai TOUT Men and Boy's Clothing, \ 4 .
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t J iiata& :.U-' '. Notice. than two bottles but the my .Lain hare"all diMiedandItbough October 1 1814. T. 41 Notice; .

: : : mentis : .my hair baa pot fully attained 1: MONTHS after date, tbt oodert oed admb*
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after date t.inLeil. lat Sheriff S.tx
r :' .jtn-Chweery; : SIX ,. original color,"yet the proeeM of change ii gradually l ..Florida. ,Hotel,:| UKiestote ot&fa&sdtotbtexT.irW
: ; istrator.cf **- -b
Leon aod iccioAdmiaWrtor
of _
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,.and I hare hope that in .short time '
fobg on great .CJvm.. vdItd
P .. "J'_. Ci2l. c.ut'fiAfld&''CjrCl'1/, the estate of Jeoof te Pat tereon,late of.Leon County heir.will be aa dark aa formerly: I have also been .MONTICr.LO'J FKJ e t hia-fioal n dt*- >'

I Ua..r,-" atMt$. derteaied"will exhibit"his accounts' and vouchers before touch ray at the moisture and vigor of : rives tbt .*nd,vat" beii fo tMU.ft4dg.of"Piobs1t.. "
healthy noUot :
gratified pHEnoders gDed to t. ._" _- ""_-4... --.1." .
i ::: Aw: &rr4 t.or UMI' Hta.'JqtoIProtaateohaid County"aod apply tHeliair, which before was batlh.and dry and it baa ." A lie thai be bat refitted &M;HottI -. ": JDW'AaD'.BUDroRPt.A. *! .
ibrft 6 fioal.diseharre from the' adminktnttion'of.saidetfcite. .. .
: ceased to out as formerly. Monticello,: S- "
come : formerly.kept by ta.Nbf) ApritJ't.l8?" 15- 6ml : .
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; r .t...,;.rtwil.A'N atbole11hht.taK. L .. ALlREDA.'FISHER.. Resrjectfullv VOUTB. D. C.M. RUFF. will be'prepared to receive vji'tors bv,lltiof in ,
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WHEREAS,;oo the airtdavpf March.but, ban ._Hay 1858. -. .18, .6mBounty CHICAGO,-May: :;/.-1 liars wed Prof. Woods Novernbe The bouse''is'nor b'thorough- repair, : -'. : Np'T8.b.gvlt'd '-; ': Ex T r "6 'MMitwlUi

r : ':Dearee'nodered.m thsciO6i by .5. Warranti. Hair Restorative to a decided advantage Jt prereota and will bo to managed as to proroote. the.eoafbrtofguesta' < IIOW=Y ,4' ;Z\jb> .

I th..Hoav'J;Waylw Baker,'J.rtdgt ttb. *OWrt aforeeredaa Land. the hair:from oomlrig ontgivesitaIosa and BoftOCM -. and. boarders. Attached ire -good"stable*, .A ) L'1e2tieIloQ' oltb"J.' 'd "lJ.:
As the
era Dty ol State of rda b
ll held
p w.t.aa' Ot.hu.'w.to" Mh.ws. : .bboUon1I the Ai.A fVrfc very"dewrabte: .'The few gray bam I bad have where ev\wy' attention is paid to 'bom Terms aamoderateaitanjother1otelIn TaHtbftssee r ,10 rJ Ja"1t1i, M :
; A itt', t : cJ decreed Aal'.ani been a .. .Othera of have usedit the.try A at Nsvcaber neit a iloowiUbtApalachi; .T .cW .?.a
H'D for those who have not *61e nprOeuredj' entirely my family mad .. I ,
amend the
ID i debta>r dentaods, agtiast the with meb share of custom.is oUcited. *to Cbarterof f JDd' id'
w jl!Jbeii eUnns.' If aay have received a ,and.concur prooonncingit alt itprofea.eso respectfully, f.-, BPNouBaE; oil.. : 1 .t."IC'ft J'l:
:. $*U AtMOadMOoU'Land Owapaoy or.to or up n the thai; they_ entitled to: let me know it..'Havm* be. HENRY A. CLA11K.Michigan Avenue. BLESS.:. f' -. fl-LTAyWI C.ltw" '; ., t ,

j C. taano..r: dJe'..'..' *ny. :(oft bad; fouttera'.years experience m the rosecudoo.settling '_ J ._MontIcello.October 281854. Jy '48 .. '"aBENZl' 'I') ," '."Mtdoubt_. .w"--. t4=

th4 did bipds;do preseot the tanrt with the etWeoeesthemif of Govercment claims! ,!.understand ./uHj the ..0.. WOOD'S paicrrAL stNATivK UXIXEXT.Thh S : ,

i .teVUi IgI.Ardi r,Jri..E q; ooi of the' asters : ways and meoslof getting)through: U'variousrDeparWntt > Liniment is Valuable auxiliary the treat AGENCY THE /ETNA INSURANCECO.: Apnlachicda,':April 53,[23J1855. t .11' the.s. 1afI-Jo. :.sal

ot iW< 'Cojgrt,-.t klsoBoe b ,the t.1ofTaJ".1.ee1IC1 ; havt brav* of the vabove:. I'1 !shaw _t.aJ'MJ '_ "
at Washington. possession i. ment of.some of' the most formidable disease with undersigned,Jlgent Company, : : ,
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? ;M.1,%tta *tat. day.oI.Octobt; r :t>*xt, and .that : record evidence" of;JSfi Florida;87 :Alabama-120 which it is our lotto contend for, instance ,infLima- :JL. win receive appbcatiooa for and make insurance : BDty Woriu; Ale _...adW.'YauJan. -

b the said Mi. t t,take' ]proof.of and'aseertaro.. and'.reportwpbif'tbe : G Georgia besides South Carolina' TeoneeeeBy a thorough: and eon*" against loss by:Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildtnga .TATTA1fAE8E ';Po1pL; .. j 11.e'dJOw.- ",,, .a. '--. w .

j : .T BditT' iwiiimowit' .'each. and every ,Rolls of persons engaged In the1uidaWar.' : If you tinned application.of this Liniment over the regions of Furniture Merchandiie, Jkc ." TillS Ub4i8hmerf Ow'ia'IDU operatkm. AD D ..i4Bsk = til .

w of'siMh-cJ tns;dcbta,and demands Ami.thatthe.. have .any'Quarter Master Pension .or Bounty Land the affected organ the otherwise, formidable diseases January. 1853. 4 B. O. LEWIS. : wnJ be ttended.to wItbpui.s.sa& or" l. ,

said Master .do liomfflott.bffore1:bita..riehot-1h, saidWmiato Claims., call in.. No chargeJif r obtain no moneys kre at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, all work done with Matotss aad dispatch> ': .., .' I 1 l' : .
1 or cr4toora.T*their: agents, as be hsH aaertab : I -. C. H. BLOOD. particularly among children, and thousands of moth- DR. LEWIS, ,All kbd ofwo sneh JM Stescm Work,Id Wytk; _*'i tct.d JWr .
." e' < c ; era' were they allowed to pat, would with all the RESIDENT DENTIST. G zing, 8ngr .Mifl,: Saw, achiMry, : !
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: iwtlct WUfertiseuMbt to.be publMbed in two news- A. Richardson are invited to call without delay at btDed rf.:,
eloquence of feeling and affection heir their united I TALLAHASSEE,PLATS ; Shaftiqg,. Pulleys Hanger*;Ploogfa Castiog. BQMCaetmg :
1 f apers pttbJWaed b this State.an4 In one published in. my .office(over'Messrs.. tton.ib.. WhitakerV Store) testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children *. 4&; also, Sunf KetUe ,V ,ft. btgle .'tv*t.Jk... .
(fbe CStr'.of i-ew' York."fe;'all claimants' credit.irs'l bTallahasgee, Fla.g3f .' from the jaws of death, and restored themto now inserting Artificial Teeth on the :. eonstaotly on band.AD workdoo*fa ,. ol.TfDDtr t.. "...' .

w, ; prodot4'tSrirdetriaftds. *cd.be examined toueb-" BOCSTT LAXDS Act of March 3,1855.-Agents their former very health and beauty. it will be i: Dew and. improved principle, withcontinuous I meat 1rill be&me .by ns,with particularJtgard to thoN dimco'Uda .t..C8iaI. e.erfes.D. ,
Ike-iime An4.-that 'peraoh or persons Again ,gums, from .one aide to'the, ". WtJ. :lkW
IBF ; any lit who pr.pare'8eDt to our address,will charged found in the strength and duubilOy of th work. 'cr.-rut. H1t"
a powerful auxiliary removing what is &t J
bim'on'aacii reference, shall be at generally other -without seam or crack leaving no place for.the '
;
r jjMrkqr before only?2 for.increase, and $4 for new cues for our fee, : known Cake. Competent Workmen always b readiness to put "r'>" '' "'
AS
T4 ,t?jpoBteit the'claim(or ditaands.of a.y other ptrsoni for 'procuring their Warrants. Forms and Recordson the indeed nn iu Agne all where or an enlargement of lodgment of food'thereby rendering them perfectly Engine&e.' v : "* "" up 8COYIL A .-'111T.CXAR1R1$5ar4-2r.!
oas" nd that all such creditors or elaiin- spleen cases the external application life like and restoring the original contour of the face '" 0 fcrti ,8ooJi *std to iaI.a'be
n I >rt>* ; band:. Perms will be liberal aod all work dooe tJIIor Agntl': ..ro.
is of eerviofr this Liniment .
will be found .
com ia and their '.. by usefuL so as to defy detection.' ,He will .attend.-to &fleaIIs '
shall ; -
not .
ltI' anti us prove C. H. BLOOD. TALLABASBSK, FLA. cash, or accepted orders on aom business firm b this : .t
'time above 'inuttd Of.stc : further: time aa the ALEX. H. EVANS & CO WASHINGTON D. C. Middle Florida, for Full Setts. .Those waning Full I7wuleatfl *tJttI. .
1ace.; liberal. priest paid for, old.Iron,Copper and .
1i MK| Maiter.haU allow for.that.purpose"shall! be tdodeJ March 21,1855.. : 13 6m PROF. WOOD"YmETABLE MAO!!. LIFE FILLS. SettA can obtain all necessary b&rmatiod'.b : utter. Brasa/ J I at-4L2r, W. tery-Tov* .:.

L from the benefit of ttadeeree. fie b.maie in the BLZWIELDMay 3063. Prof.O.J. WOOD:-Dear He will warrant, in evety tnrtaoce.satkfaetion.and All letters. moat be'-addressed'fooat nSSto u 1.. ll :", .' .:'' s;;,1Itt

i cioMr. but eudf pencos the not&parties Muter to tJ\t to.Te.tb cause, ..00eba1l' ir.. ,. In,. .Leoi CIrcnitConrt.' . "In Chancery.WitTih.Tn.Ma1.vin Sir -As w'e have used and seen used for'a number for.prices to suit. the times. Terma Cub or when called -. ', "J.'M. SHINE*.CIJj -:Clma.-. ;.;C&a*-.

epnfm.before. of years, ,ourYegitable Magic lire Pills, we are prepared March 11,1854. :t 1'i: 1' "" '

dfibaixk"aw,befora bebg'idontteito'do oog;; va:. 1 OnRkkat 'to recommend them to the public as superiorto June 24. 1854. 25. -; tnr.'t. :" 1. 'Ii

ariJ 4.5ret' tI tbc laid Master ttninlatton toeontrib- d fl.- Bradford, AdmV.' }:Bill all others and infallible in the cure of the diseases :.1. :.BlC.O.ItAWfS. -U'a-ftSVrtbYMit ii4'4t
t 7 ii3a>; to.thj_plab tr their :rtwpertionoftt lor which the/ are recommended .WHITE' & 8L.U88ER.; '
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,of Leigh Rand 4 For settling the iii liii ; eState &bai thi 4aaiL'4vk .
?tzpeoMS. of:the suit the amount so to to the be paid amount, to And ". affairs of. said B. B. Leach,.A B:Pettis,B. D. Albro. Jacobs Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in,:Copper, 1'11' sTall_. avearout'.ftbe'Slate: 1 iniI4'Uoft.

be Jbthdiuteoordin, ." '. Richard &Bndfotf, AdrnV Estate. Orb Baud Spencer. Suusell, Edward Gilber.'JohnAlbro Tin, Sheet Iron, Brittemia. f.JW re. .'l'AT' ,,. n.ciuD -' : 1EJd1.Q t
: CUh: spetIve LUCJOB B.Sweet Elias R. John .' it
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Iaraid notice iiI it. fLeigIReddec'd, Sweet. _. .-. 5- ." .. ".r
deeree, .
X.'MiYI-i; OQWaiias Nathaniel OUmore Jamee Pine ;
raft H. Johnson
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: to' all having.claims,debt or vL Cross Cooking:Parlor and Wood'Sieve' *, i !PUB PfmietorirooVi bCbnn -' Aadenca.t.
hereby riven persona Johnson Williams*G..Lawson C. Farrar D. Landers.
Marvin William DM frieoda aad UMpoTUc of Nsw;Tcrkj Cari IfaA Wb>rcsidet tfe
Land .TUBT received afltrimznedandineomete .
demands against the ApaJaehkola Company "U- Pan,"WOOD:-Dear 8irHaviog aod *mv T.
used
ezperieoeed M*
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Bailey aid. ut" Wife, and ,that bt has rebuilt bis J f Gad4.Gi Z
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toor open the Lands' known ForbeVPurcbase, the effects of Vegetable Magw Life ,order;of the latest.unproved patterat lad StabolJ '
alb fi'tb coonUesof FranydmGadadeaLeooiandWaknlla'b otheraTNpurtuaoee PflU .fa your' for sale at reduced IW'IrII,d will defy eomp.titiooin -. burg*:Brick.Stable! *,:at.the.old sUod'.aod u jftow W 4C -
I wfll
family that asa medici i
my family '
ay .
.5 to acrommodatt 1k Mends and Oa a" 1'
enatotneta.anftb :
prepared
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the State of Florida to present the.same of* decree ef the Hon. Judge of LeAon neatness,durability *IIdtTTICs.Hoae.Work.
cannot rained too I have used : =.
they be highly.
S -n..bal attaeLed to bit.&aIII Janet.& : .
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of Cimrit Court made on the 8tb of :
: .:vhh:tW eridence :thereof to andertigned 009 ( day February, them in several bilious attacks and inflamatione,and I '
$ wiflbave badtftt aH kiodaof. .Laie Mard .'IIMJi..
hspvbsr. .f'.w .
at bis office b thULYOf 1855. Ja the eaoce aforesaid-'I do hereby give notice .
tMUteofa&iI Court
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- the first f October next to.all ptfooos bavbg claims against said estateof; Leigh \:will say. that>their virtues cannot be too highly ap- Roofing Ornamental Heads for Gutters Guttering; Plantation work.'Hope sboebe,sad Carriac*work mtkc .halift.EzL _.
Tallahassee before day preciated, for b every case they have speedily tnjDOpbedorer Zinc Sheet Ll4 Lsa 3 Mal .
Tin conducting Pipes, Sheet best d wiib.r cis- :
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file the vtry . .
otherwise they.will be barred of all benefit under the Read to same for payment as far astbe i.taof : disease, and hence I feel b duty bound Work of .' '4, .
Pipe Cistern Pumps. Shop every description I ..1faibr-.I r .
1M nodered in laid. said estate will extend within six months from this I1
Dssendered er.to teltegiamtod.tbenito. alt.. They perfectly end .
operate November
done with neatness despatch. 0. 1851. 44 ,-
date that final of the be
HUGH AJtCHER J& ,; disposition same may had ea .'pnxlocinff no sensation, their advantage a7'-'i! "t1t'
1 : uneasy yet opera- City and Country Merchants y91 find it to their jit h ordered .
: Mater.a Chakeery.S ADd the administrator. .released. .from said admbutratwo. tioo is.thorongb r and I am salkfled that nothing more to give them a call before 'pm-cbasbg else ""es SInisi Ac.Worctstersbirt. aaawerfifi tttt I'. IWJiW- 1Ui_

.May 1855., 21-17. b moat catea, is .neeMsary than these; valuable pflls wbe-e. Sauee.Fretb tortamoetb. sail..4att. ,;.
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Journal of HUGH ARCHER JaCfcrt .
W-Tber..Wsil ulh Tunes Florida and ad to perform( a speedy and triumphant cure.Respectfully 'ur N. B. All our articles are manufactured from OLDOtaniBr. 'Lobster. ot4tI SDS.ht.k.f ,

Commerce N.T,.will pubMi weekly until lat day of S Special. Matter in Chancery. Yours 4c. the very best material and warranted durable. -no :Madeira .Shad, 'from UM i.i1kd'th$.

: Oetober._'.' .ju._. .d. aehd._' eeoon_. ",_to. .thia_.'Ofnc_ *..'-_ ,-.Pebaaryft,18U.. -. 6m J.-B. 8ANOEB other will be offered for.. 'Sherry.Xondoo.. .. Clams leMmb.' bszedWrrei1.. 'II' ZthiI
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LIME. O. J. WOOD&CO, October 21. 1851. 42 .Porter.e HaHibot.Sardbet .. tbs the ;Psi wot.thLad idth&

':Plant tin.-f or.Sale.. ., .: Proprietor, 695 Brood way.New .York. Scotch Ale,' ,. ptm .w W"

?:PErE riecrTh eWTsisi ,bs pl& 5'0'BBIAlo fine landing from. brig. Accra 114 Market Street;St.Louis.D. For' Sale. Brandy.Peaches, Tomatoe Ketchup WitWD i : .f 1 t1 1.nt.ia

::Ja Tefferaon County F1L.fl zneg 0I.rr&1- and for aale* by ; n.Ames., Agent Tallahassee.Fla. FOUR small.Farms in WakuHa County,containing; Brandy Coerrita. .Walnut ,- > > order bt'msj4*toe*.*Week far UM ta4 aiqvtlffmHiii
TiciDit' 'of Wan-' McNAUGHT40RMOND.Newport February 10, lU5.. 6 80 each with gcod dwellings and for th> ih iltenfiito ?
ibe ,'_ tbt"Vi, ud in. the., acres Gnava Jelly,: Sttce*, .' aBptanaesTof, dcftpdasl *
fteo .,'.Jb PlaoUUbb eobUb about nine hundred ,.Febraary S, 1855.GEORGIA.- 6 out houses on the same. Enquire at this office.. ,Currant do. Piekk, i.h_ ra.io'in theth4Si'i&. 'JIraL

aerea'of landmor;tbaa Wf of wbicb U'uDder eulu.tiVatioo JOHN W. .EVANS, October U, 1854 41\ Preserved Quinces'. Raipberry Syrup,"' r !.perud .abJmie&: 1tLRSIXII' .t tS,
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Hid UrH.ndervfencA, -There ia on the ATTORNEY AT LAW ,. ,Pears, Strawberry I defendants abort. csaatd. ._..,... ...., &
'a" eomfertaWe i 'aad-ooary framed. Dwdlbg 3LTMY O TTTOMARIETTA. T New Eatabliahment.! '" .Ginger, Lemon M I -AT CKAxxBxxav. "" ., .,

1 .fi IJ* Oil Hotise Screw.'SUbUf,Baraa aDd .11 otb- BAINBXIPGK, GEO i SkbP 'Sparklhig Gelatine, Ginger' '4 I r 5: ,.!1'J.ft.1Um J.Ji
V .. give prompt attention to all business.en DYEING &P. March' ,1855. "T: lf ':10'-
aitJJ, 0" *!1'of forty II' WILL ,: '.Flavoring Extracts Pine A. 10. 4m o> -4 :
; : to his care,b the Counties of Thomas -4. J V'IV -. --u.
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fttsL .ipetIo! detirvuI. t. I7L-- the TIlE Academic year is divided bid two sessions of Deeatur Baker" Calhoun undersigned bare opened a Dye Shop b TaV Spanish Olives,, 'Salad il. '
Daugberty, Early and Clay. THE SNUPaT4 .
Tw.perty 1'110I t.aIJU.- J Dl1J)8 .the weea, Jfive mouths each the EM :commencing on the 17. U6. 7 tf n ,three doors South of .&. ).Union 'English Mustard. Capers \ ;
b February -
:
.1 aaIca. t.l p t .Jii ; 'p1" t'w 20th of July, 'ad:pending:on the 20th of December; ,;'d arc now;:prepared toexecute, wjth dispatch .Claret; bparkhng Cider., *LLLLkRD .

drIT1tItS p. 1'biiI *1RbSY12 to the second eommeocbg CIO the 20th .of February and and tn good style,all kiods of bosbesa: b their.-line! Tobacco. Old. Port;JokeNpUce. P.h"Ttat ; :.

._11Io p. _10.' ending ion the 19th'of July.:. LONG & GALBRAITH, They served a. apprenticeship to.tWtrade an Havana Segava, 11L AM .O..JICn 1i.ft) 1I.i",

._ \' WKG- 1UU'N... The Cadets are divided into four College classes. ArroK 'Af.LAW,TALLAnAMRE, FLA.MA. ., Europe;and thoroughly understand the. bosbcM, and November. ,11.;.1855 4$. ., Ct1 .<" '*e.-Tri&r "

._-Sm-fO: : _. The'Annual CommeneemeQt takes place. on the.Wednesday .LONO & J.B. ALBRAITH have a soei-- are prepared to any It on b''iU;its departmental- : ,- .." ";,-. 0- ftratk.in Kak.t miny11t. T8* V"H
before the 20th of July.AQADETaiq : They pretend not to beabi.tomaks'os.dth.A: ;out '.. 003
L 7; ) ; I S. themselves b the practice>Law.. They of old but they can renovate bate and ,color: TTJNNb" PIKCKHET & 'te* Y.jicaa $.. a&M
STAFF. ones caps THE'J. b
'addnfsK at ::
will attend the.Courts in the Middle the Supreme 4 _
1,. ta ; .*,44 this day aU. w*letiers. Circuit dresses and thoroughly:deaise all.sort\"tf\ clothing, .. . tau. gei:1riI1. hmuls_ da. aI b lbs.M
TXLA. United
V BRUMBY'A.-MSuperintendevt, and Courts and the District Courta of the '
: miolCnrtioocnj the. estate of'Solotnoo Pip- cottons 1zmndiilki-'ip abort,!then IX. .1Q1. 0.. ,, '1. '. i .t. .. ". t-'I'o.i. '
,4 J .Xrf a I ProftllOl'of tbematae&. States at Tallahassee wookov .. .. ;.f.. ..r..r' (._ *- -; ;\ : ..;tl' .5
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1Q FACTOR ACE & S I'tIQoIn.111& .
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Capt SAMUEL JONES/. S. A, Commandaat of Office opposite the Court House. : '' I
. & to Mid :.estate to come for. and loch articles as tWI:td Iadies'a 1 .. .
polish anew, '. 5- "
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.c .r( with PI'odeiigtd. .JJD C&detI.a Professor Engbeering.Mr. October 28.,1854. lyDR. 'and gentlemen's.toilets. 'All their.wtrk will be .on, hit o*'n wcoont i'.'. ,jRfli' .JREFERENCEa .:,.1"- ;.<. 1.lf .'jf.htl". ; ;
& kptee..r ,eaaiftt to di..w .- :V.. _H. MANQET. ,.'Profe-pr of :French.Hisu- itk bosioeaa 'l :'o ,oCouzzv. z ..WIto. taI11rk
a.d atIII warranted and ttwy by *tt >o to .
hope "
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' 1n it .uI tWr a emandi"b. rtt'ls. I 1. C. LEE merit the patronage of Ibi eommanity,:bwhjcb.theyhave : -- --- 5. 4 .

!.:1 .t1lf01. 1M. dat.f this kwte ghe3:wiD'J .Mr.. : VL HUNT..A.M,'.Professor. of Chemistryatwi'EndiA.Literature. TENDERS hU professional services to the citizens 'cast their lot. Their torE. will be cub and reasonable .-. .- ,W'-* ", -'t ..: ,, 1-
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of.baa He' to call and enrobe their ,
i- profession. can be-: 10000..at'all men are respectfully britcd cfJaw. tcnIL
4 _9 ." -'". ..., 't3iIf : -' W.T.: BLACK, Assistant Professor of Math-- times, when not. .professionally engaged,at the Monti-. .. ,.. 1' ."?. ._.c&a t"l86' :'>" tfCopartnerakip q..'- .. '. -IIv.-.'>a l''wV :_,
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.DIM..4' .. -. -- -etsaticsLCadet" oeD.HoteL .workMay to,'1&. FRAKTZ KREMMER A CO.Executor'a '
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'Y PeW''tracD New O1ea.. : TUB r "
InttitudoQ direction and manageaaeot'of t I. teibH 1IhI. ..: $1w.
JirsT demands'
Ai.ha claims or ajabst or 5Ia.pbt. -' r ..
1., .! < ;$.bIjlibiI: io o.rd of:Trnsteea..b. c juoetioa. with a : ft1HLL.1.AT.ORYS.rLAW STEW ART, othetwls* Interested b the eatate of Mattbdw J. WflQLEAtEAt1DRETAIL' I : .
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