The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00449
 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: August 4, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00449
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Hunter's Cave. Hmj Pen.jrlrania% and.Rock well Georgia, to Athena, Georgia. Allen county, to Lima.to Waver.yl kon, in Allamakee county, Iowa. Frnm St. Paul, Minnesota, to Leavenworth. and Jacksonville_ 9 sauke.. : ..., r, t':" :; f': rj
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county) Virginia.From 'From South Rome, via freeburgb, to via'th'e Settlement at the mouth of the Huen-
Forge tp Codorua.FromPromptoni Pickens C. H. V Hawleyvllle, in Page county. From Winona to Chatfield.V "
Spring Wayne county,via Alden- GEORGIA.From V is. Front Lewis, in Cass county, via Mount From Beaver Bay, Minnesota, to Superiorin fano on the Upper Arkansas arid Ute Little. f
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burg From, to'Brownsville,Pennsylvania, via Carm. Mills, to Greenville. Rushville, in Rush county. tlk Mashall, Marrietta,.Nevada, and Boonsbora', kegonia Falls. ; Citp 'up'the north side of Kansas River, to. J
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New Brownsville, Virginia, thence to Barbour oouoty,. Alabama, via Oliphet and hart county Haw Patch, in Lagrange coun From Dewitt,via Grand Mound and Tor. Louis River. Dawson Store;'Hickory Point; "ike, .Whit-

.and Warren to Bun n' Station, Enon. V ty.From anto, to 'Upton. From Anoka to Henderson, field, Soldier ,C.reek. Silver -LakeCstlolio \
the'Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. From Buenavista in Marion county, to' Fort Wayne to Liberty Mills, via From Fort Des Moines[ via Mevada, Minerva From Beaver Bay to the mouth oi Pigeon Mission, Bock Creek and JBIue", | ;, V. ',- |
on From Lancaster to Hinkleton,'via Oregon Geneva in Talbot county. & the Maning and Tracy Settlements. Grove, Honey Grove and Eldora, to River. V From fort Leaveaworth 'tia.fi eSttIe-. *
Brownstown and Farmersville. From Griffin, to ihe Indian Springs. From Washington, in Davies's county, ta Cedar Falls.From From faribault, Minnesota, via Medford meats and Town of L wruc.;; Wflson !.-

From Doyisstown, via Cross Keys, Dyers. From Oriel's in Lowndes county, via Harris Pierceville, in Pike county via Hudsonuille, Fort Des Moines, via Boone, Odel, and the Valley of Straight River, to Bradford Springs PottawattJmie, and Sugar Creak, to .V
wnDanborought: and Brownsville to Point in Irwin county Pennsborough. and the Highlahds, on the East Fork of McKay, Penora, and Bear Grove, to Council in the State of Iowa. fort ,Scelt. . *.'
: White River. Traverse From Kansas, Missouri to Lawrence I. *:1
in Bucks County. ALABAMA. Blugs. From Brownsville, via Riceford, to m
Pleasant From the Borough of Oiford in Chester From Gadsden, via Hake's Bluff and Ball From Mishawaka, St. Joseph county, to From Fort Des Motnes, via Leaning'sPoint des TiouX. Kansu T rnit ry. +? V .* i J

county, to,Oak Hill, in Lancaster county,via flag to Goshen. Bremen, Marfhall eouudty. Hornbuckle's Point, Ktnney's Mill From Brownsville, via Hokab, Mound v Prairie From fort Scott, via Doctor Stockton's.old. *.1
Hopewell Cotton .Works Glenroy, aud Kirks From Jacksonville, Benton county, via From South Bend St. Joseph's county, to and Ccusin.s Point, to Fort Dodge. and the Forks of Root River, to Chat- Pottawattomio Mission cud Henry SJiettnan'a
BridpV New Bethel, Hake's ,Bluff'and Ball flag,to Edwardsburgh, id Cass county, Michigan. From fort Dodge, via Lizard Point, Ida to Hibbard.M. .
MARYLAND.From Centre, Cherokee county.: .. From Morgantown, in Morgan county via Grove, and Sargeant's Bluffs, to Sioux field.From Traverse des Sioux to Enroka. From Atchison to Marysville) .. 'V
Saady Hill, via UndaeysvUle, to Oak From Wesobnlga, via John Powell's and I Gold Creek,to Unionville, in Monroe coun. City. V From Reed's Landing, minnesota,via Chat. From i Whiteheau'a,'. via Highland Iowa

Grove; Delta to Chulafennee, and Randolph coun ty. From Iowa City, through North Bend,via, field and Richland to Beer Oak, in Iowa.. Point to Stosy's Landing. From 'Oregon, I
From Pointof Rocks,Maryland, to VVartferford ty. ILLINOIS. Henderson's Mills, Monroeville, Dntch Colony OREGON TERRITORY. Missouri, via'Iowa, Point, to Highland.Kansas
Virginia. From Jasper, in Walker county, to Elyton From Palestine, in Crawford connty, to 01- Hickory Grove, Toledo, and .Beemen's From Point Orford, via Raw's Bay, to ,'. : f

J'rlun Wnntton: Station. on the Northern I ia Jefferson county. ney, in Richland. county. Mills.. to the county seat Hardin conn- Scotbburg, and from Scottsburg to Winches Approved, .March 3,, 1855.V
CentraJ t Railroad, via County Road, to Shades I V FLORIDA. From Golena to JJunleitn, by the LOwer V tar. -- -V 'a' V .I<* VflV 1;')4

Tavern.'Tayl r's Store to Upper Cross Roads From Bayard, Duval county, on the St. Road. ty.From Independence, via Janesville Waver., From Starr's Point, Benton county, to Eu PUBLIC. ccxn.-An Act to change the Boundaries ,

Harford eounty. V John's River, via George's Lake and Daniels- From Galena, by Guilford Thomson'sMill. ley, Bradford Si. Charles in Floyd county, gene City, in Lane connty.WASHINGTON of the Land Dutnetoio.! the'State of H
From.Hannooy. SiiU PQnd, and Rog- ville, to Newnansville. and Rush, to Nora. to Osage, in Mitchell county.From TERRITORY.From Iowa.aod for other Parpoaeak .1'l .h' V j I L t.
,: er's Store, to Rock Hall. From Camp'Izard,via Homassas&a to Bay. From Marion Williamson county, via fre- Independence, T a Camp Creek and Pacific City, to Columbia, by steamers Be iL enacted.by the Senate Aod'Qocae.f. i
VIRGINIA. port, in Hernando county. donia, to De solo Jackson county. Nantville, to Janesville. on the Colombia River. Representatives of the Jolted Statqsrf America !

From Caaron, via Beelsr's Station, toWheeling' MISSISSIPPI.From From Golconda, Polk county, via New From Keoknk, via Charleston, Salem, From Chenook City,,to Pacific City. in Congress assembled, "Tbaf-vU ':1bLt t .

i. Edinburg, via Yorka, to Centre. Liberty, to Metropolis City and Massao coun. Mount Pleasant, and Crayyfordsville, to Iowa From fort Vancouver, to fort Steilacoom, portion of the public lands ia }b$ State of.Iowa V V V

From Prillaman's Post.Office, Jn the conn- ville.From ty.From on Puget's Sound.TERRITORY. lying north of towndbip. liaefd )4ingtowoshipa / I
ty of Franklin, via Grenyille 10 Rough andRoadr ; Kosciusko to Carthage. Rock Island, via Pleasant Ridge, City'roal. Newton f via Nevada, Srnithville,and OF NEBRASKA.From ninety-three V and:mocty,(bor t aaa '
Milk in the eounty of Henry. From PitUbcro', via Sarepta, Brachear's to Holley, Baffalo, Prairie Copper Creek, Elua I Homer, to Fort Dodge. Oregon, iu Holt eounty, Missouri,to east of the range.line dividing .rangef twenty'
From Gnwon C. 11.to Scull Camp, North Oxford. New Boston, Keithsbnrgh, Oquawka, Hop From Oskaloosa, via, Wilson's Ferry New fort Kearny, on Platte River, via Ste five, shall, constitute a naxv.land' dUtl t, to* r i
Carolina! to connect with the route from From Macon to Crawfordsville. per's Mill Shokakon, Dallas city, Pontoosac Hamilton, A. C, Wilson's Mill, thence in a phen W. Story, on the Missouri Riuer, between be ,called the.Tnrkey! River dis$ t.7 That., I
Grason C.H. Wytheville. From Roiling fork, Washington county, to and Indianola, to Nauvoo. direct line to Chariton in LUCAS connty. the two Nernobu Mr.. Pvrkers on all that portion oftbe paD C; .laiidilnjuw :
From Wytherille'ia Independence, to I Hermitage, in said county. From Palestine, via Robinson, to Newton, I From Oskaloosa to Union Milb. Muddy Creek, John A. Singleton's, on the State, now situated in the .*brthem,land &*: l

Salisbury, North Carolina. LOUISIANA. in Jasper county. From 1'enoro, in Guthrie county, via Cap- Great Nernoqa, Mr. Bobet's on the Great! met which ,JiM ,north. of tn township line I :
From Clajsvfll,in Taylpr county," a. Fair From Bellevue, Louisiana, to Magnolia, in, From the Depot of the Central Railroad, liu'a Grove, in Carroll county, GarUud's Nernoha, and Marysvilie on Blue River. dividing townshipa ightj'five and e4tjsii; I ;
view, Grassland, in Harrison county. Arkansas. ; near Jonesboro', Unipn, county, Illinois, to Grove, in Crawford county, and Sargeaut'a From Nernoha Agency, in Kansas 'Territory and not included ia tha .Turkey:!And ""f.

| From Wewbern Depot,' via the town of From Vernon,in the Parish of Jaeksen, to: Cape Girardeau, Missouri. bluffs, to Sioux: City. to tbe mouth of the Nyervay River, in Dubuque district*,shall constitute ft,sew land V '
Newborn, Draper's Valley, and Ceder.Mount Winfield, in the Parish of Winn. From Apple River Station, Illinois, via Froai interact, in Madison county, via the Territory of Nebraska, via Stephen W. district, to be.called the Fort,Dodge district t "
to Maxmeado Depot. V From St. Martinsvill, in the Parish of St. Shutesburgh, New Diggings, and Benton, to Allen aud Penora, in Guthrie county, to Jefferson Story's at Story's Ferry, Brownsville, Nebraska and the name of the northern dis&rtttrjahere- t"!
: Frona Maxmeadow's Depot,on the Virginia Martin, via Breaux's Bridge, Annandville? ,' Platteville in the State of Wisconsin. in Greene county. I City, Weeping Water, Thompson's at by changed to, and shi|,be nereafier called ;
and Tennessee Railroad, Draper's Villey, in LeonvUle, and Barry's Landing to Opelou- From Macomb, in McDonongh county. to I From Wiuterset, via Peru, to Ojceola, in Thompson's ferry, Plattsmontb Bellevue, the fort Des Moines' disnicL. THai aB that f':
Pulaski county. V gas, St. Landry Parish. Plymouth, in Hancock county via the State.I Clarke county. Omaha City, Winter ,Quarters florence, and portion of the poblic.laoda'in slid StiteVnow. ';
From New California, to Ravenswood. From New Orleans; via the Isthmus of Te- Road leading from Peoria on the Illinois RivI From Cedar Falls, in Black Hawk county, Black Bird Hills, and Black Bird City. lying in the Kaoflsrill*district,. and sitaaled t.,
From Leadsville, via Job TI1 pie tt's, and huantepec, to the city of San Francisco, in er, to Quincy, and on the Mississippi Riv to Fort Dodge, and thence via Townaiey From Bellvue City. to fort Lasamie, via north of the township line dividing townships f

Thomas S. White's, to the mouth of Sen 1c the State of California. er. Ii I Grove, Austm Settlement, Purple Caeek, Omaha City, Con nelle, Pawnees, on Loop eighty five and eighty sir, ahaU.eonat.itDtIt. 4 i
From Weston,via Keysville and J. W. ARKANSAS. From Oqnawka, in Henderson county, to duiith'a Settlement, and tiioux City, to dar newland district to be called tha StOQZ'Eiver .'

Marple'a, to 'Bnmereville., From fort Smith via Choctaw Agency,I McComb, in MeDonugh county, via Coloma, .' geant's bluffs, City. fork.From Nebraska City to fort Laramie via district. audh.aameg f the .Ka esville 1

From New Milton, by ,River Road, to Oxford Perrysvillr, Boggy Depot, to fort Washita, in Olena, Terre Haute, and Blandinsville. Frotn Fort Dodge to Fort Ridgeley. Naw fort Kearney, and Ash Hollow. district is hereby ekaaged -tOp i ina. siuU.be ,I
j the Cherokee Nation. From,New Bremen, via Palos, and Summit From Davenport, via Tipton, ju Cedar From Lindon, in Atcbison county, Missouri hereafter called, the Council Bluffs,diatriet,- :'

FrOm Amoldtb! rg, via Knottsville, to Darison .., From Rockport in the county of Hot to Lyons. county, and Mount Vernon, and Marion, to to Nebraska City via John Worland'sand That township:eighty six,\eighty seven,eign-
y Atkins on Sandy, Creek. Spu'ngs, from thence to A. H. Henson's, in From Lyons, via Summit, Yellow Springs, Cedar itupids. Bennett's ferry on the Missouri River. ty eight, ,eighty. niner ninety.'"ninety"one,, I;

From Weston, to GenIe!, Bridge, via the said county and from thence to Moniroy, in and Lamonie, to Locksport.MISSOURI.. From Cedar Rapids, via Vinton,in Benton From Gienwood, ia:Mills county, Iowa,, ninety two,and.ninety.threeofxangwaeven.-;, .:
Weston and Genley Bridge Turnpike Road. the county.of Dallas. j county, to Fort Dodge. to Bellvue CUy, via St Mary's Iowa" teen and.eighteen,are wby.attached to and.made .-, V,'
From; parkersburg 'via tktf Ohio River, to From Osceola, in Mississippi, county, via From RusselsvHle, In Cole county, via i I From Iowa City, via Marietta, in Marshall From Bluff City;Iowa, to C Omaha City. a part,ol the Daboque Jaod district.and. I;.

Portsmouth;'Ohio. i A. F 'Snody's,on die Maomell.Prairie, thence Mount Pleasant, in Miller connty, Blue county, to Fort Uodge.Frotu From Oregon, in Holt county, Missouri, to wnsbipa aixty..seven, austy.eight.nlj nae,., I'
FrecnfuoheiLer, via Gainesborough and to B. F. Freeman'a thence br John PiercVs, Springs, in Morgan county, to Mouth of Big t'ort Dodgo to Couincil Bluffs. BrowQville ;seventy .seventy' cue, : Teofy..t".fevenVy,. j, !: V.

Bloomery, to Payr,.Paw. thence by Charlesj,Gannon', and to Sacksonpprt -i Gravou in.M rgan county. Froui Fort Des ivloinos, via Adell, McKay From Sydney, Iowa, to Nebraska City. three seventy four,,and seoaotj;five,of i'JqI:. ti
From ,W' jnohefter! to Mount. Vernon Tanneryl in Jackson county. From .Memphis in Scotland county, via Pauora and the County deats of V Audubou, From St. Marys Iowa, to ,Platt's Month. ges thirty two and thirty thrt>,:are L reby at* tiR

From Huntsville,'.thence to Augustus "Wflmothville" to 'Kirksville. tiuelby,and Harrison counties,and bargeaui's From Tonora Missouri, to Brown ville. I uched to and IQIcla part "cf tha '.C ijbui
From New Milton to Oxford, in Dodridge Todd'a,, in.Madisoa county, thence to M. D. From Canton, Missouri, to Marceline, in lilutts City, to sioux City. From Tonora, Missouri, to Nebraska I land,district '
count,. V felford's, in said county, thence to Washburn ,Adams, county, Illinois. From bear Grove, in Guthrie bounty, uia City.From : Szc. 3. And be itlIrther..euc V % Y';J1\M ::
Froai Weston in the county of Lewis, to Prairie Missouri. From franklin Depot to Little Prairie, in I bollard bridge, on the east NiahuabotungKiver Bluff City Iowa, to Winter Quartars. the President ot:th.be4j. \

BernertviUe, IA Barbottr county. : .From Napoleon, to florence, in Desha 'Crawford. county. V Indian Creek, in Casa,oovuty, iNoos- V ifrjioreby aathoried to.ppointy;'hj a.r"W1Ut r V
FjwnToll Gate No.-o; the NorthWestern county. From Warsaw, via Duroc, Rainey,Creek, ter, ou-tut) Niaauabotoug, |u J'ottawataiaia From florenco, to fontiueUe, by the way of the advice ,and consent of the 8eia ,i .,
Turnpike, In Dod dge' county; to From BatesviUe, via SulHvan'a Creek, to and Boli g r's' Creek V, to' Linn Creek, Camden county, Alleu's Mill, on big Creek, to Council Dodgo City. .1.. j V receiver of the public moqsjs for pV t
the. tawn ef QistersviHe' l.'yler'county.. Evening..Shade. V V county.. bluffs. From Gienwood, Iowa, to Plattsmouth the districts respectiyejjr hereby created who V
From Lexington,via KIrkpatrick'a8hopto From,Robinson's Crow Roads, Arkansas, From Curran to OzarklFrom' : From Fort Des Moines, via Winterest, From Sidney, Iowa, to J. D. N. Thomp. shall eaehVbe required to d..t'di.. 3. of .
Ken'a Creek tore. V to Neosho, Missouri,via Enoch Troths and Mil r.'; in Sullivan eounty via Union Quincy, Clarinda aud Sidney, to Nebraska IOn's at Thompson',,ferry-" V the respective i offiee to. which bd i may pe"
:Froi.Hplitday's, Cove, Hancock.eounty, Shell Mill V viDe; Putnam county, to Ceuterville, Appa- City. Prom Magnolia, Iowa, to florence. appointed, and who ahallLluye' (bVaaaje' .. V

via Freemaq'p Landing,' and' New"t'Cumberland: .From Searcy, via Cedar' Creek, .Quitman nous county, Iowa. irrom Foit Des Moines, via Nevada, Minerva From Magnolia. ,* Iowa, to ,Black, Bird powers, perform tthe .tame V daties,'"jaadT be" j"
F.aIrView.' Post Office, and Greary Valley, and to':CBriton. From Bloooofleld' via Indian. ford, to Pop I Grove, and Eldora to Cedar falls. City. V V entitled to the wma.cotppeiwatioo!.aJi.ar.V b? t,
From Raccoon, in Preston county, to V "' .: : .-' .ularBlnffe.V' I From Marengo, via ,Legrand, MArshal From Sargeanfs Bluff! Iowa, to BlackBird may be preacrided by.lav ia reUtioo ID'.oiher -' ,
Whito'Bsy O1ades,Vf( ,Taylor connty.FromWheeling t From Galley .Rock, in the eounty of From Railroad Depot, near 3'Jonesboroogh .Marietta hldora, and Hoowr, to Fort JJoJge. City. 'land officers of the United State*.;

.. ,.Virginia, via_Mount Pleaaan Pope, to Hurricane,"Stephen. Lewis'a .Old Illinois, to Cape Girardeau, Missouri.V From bu'lingtou, Iowa, to ,Nauvoo, lUi- From Leavenworth City, by Stanley's, Sac. 3. And (ibo it further 'enacted,1'Thatfthe ,
.d 1W 4e,0hio>to Carrollton,0hio. Stand. 'From Prairie'Da'Rocher in ,Illinois to the VIooniay Grasshopper falls Kock Ppint,Yer- President of the UniielBaie iaaaihor.ized .

wItom Jaoelew',JI the .county Lewil, via From Huntsville, Madison county, via City:of SL.Genevieve, Missouri. nots.From Du Buque, via English's Mills, to million; to' yera; on Big Blue. to cause the public land in aai'4'diitii i?
.. White'a Stow'on' Freeman's Creek; Fink's Kingston, Samuel"'\Whitney's. f Newton From fredericktowa to Dallas. Cascade, in Du Duque county. From Atchison to MarysvUIe. respectively, (with the exception of'se i ions*
Greet. Pctt. Office",: tKaJohd Ha Ji Settidmeht 'souniy'to; Jaiper, Newton OaDt,. V From Cape Girardeau' i to Bloomfield.' 'From tu) buque, via Delhi, Harmick, and From Sargeants Bluff to'florence. numbered.sixleen in .aahtownihip,*reaerve4; I
Fink'r Creek,t7 Troy, on the Park From Little Bock via. Jericho ,and Che- for the V
on rlburg Fort Dodge,to dargeout's bluffs. KAl'SASERRlTORy.. use schools, or such |anda as.mabe :.. .
4 azxI&aam mripik. nault, to: Hot Springs, in Hot Springs.con From.Whitney viUeJ in the eounty of Kent. Froai Du buque, via the Milwaukie and From St JeaepVin the i State of Missouri, selected,by law,in liaoi iherwJOothettracMasmay.be '; "

From'lie*,C. If.,:Yirgiaia, to,Fayetteville,, ty. .to the city of Grand Rapids.From Mis iasippi Hailrottd route, to Janesville Wisconsin. via Highland,; to Marysvilie. selected foror :. Wti V

euneueo. .' i From Hambnrgria Maria Saline Landing Albion, in the county Calhoun, to Front Dooiphaovia Wolf River, to High otheprposeaVt k.III.J c_
FrbmTonesviCe, Via Ihe Cumberland Gap' on.the Washita River, to Eldorado, in Union Charlotte, Eaton 'county, via Sheridan, and From, Elkader, in Clayton county, via land. f be same.mnr saudthe s jaii Urms":

Route Robert&e"viddw Ham'blin'l.Store'Ewing'aand Omftt, to eounty. _* Clurem, Brookfield,and on the line between George ti. Jfecu's, on, Coxa's, Creek, traw. From Atchison,,via Independence" Spring and'eopditwnsjw_, :other, pubSo' iasdVoftm V VV
;.thence Tarewell: From Rich.Wood's, laud county,via'Tar- Brookfield a Walter, and on. the township berry Poiut, rown'. Mill. iu, eaid county, to Grasshopper Creek. United,&alea>..fc V p
Tenua&1L ; 4. V key,Creek,Van Bamn county, and Middle- line. between Charlotte und Carmel. ; buii'aio Grove, to independence Buehauancounty. POo via.,.Peusandus, to Graaa-_ Ssc, 4. Aod be.it ,tmx rJ'n.t'
Vayoe .county
.FwXmtfJW Lawrenca -: to ton,-to_Clinton.TENNESSEE.V :From Greenyi}le, in the county of Mont- hoaiD V the, President oi. tIZV1U1'd'$tIUhQrI
Warfjeld and
Centucky V ,
thenoto ti;Ix>Su'CD.county,via Rgeoa'Creek! .. calm, to Mnskegoit Rapids }From Waukpn, in Allamakee, county viaWaierviliej From Leavenworth, City, via Stranger to ,'dettgnatej 1 the $ V
T ri I'm.1 uu. dl J V .E5mTTfletOPifleB1DffL; Froth the'village of Ontonagon to LacviawDeser i bell a MUI Johnson's Landing to Creek:; Hickory Point! Osawkee, WWtfield, ,each( .the.a .ralp jficea.**' "I ;
r Birfard'aEBBOtrifl-tba.cottatyof rvm'DKeo&nftn/in me eontyoLflottour1to Bedford. TULlroaMo ntaJata dGreat Weiterrf' ;Pot ; and from thence to'Big Bull :'falls, in Prairie da Chkn, yWisconsiu.\ St;t "Mary'a.jaiasipn,' .VennJlUoa! ,, '. .Riye, .*.-;g ud ta V remove,the.:.aaa ,tf.ay jr
Offices. V ,, the& te.o(WiMonaiu. .From Hardin, via th'uzk. Franklin, to Biua Afld Pawnee, ibrlBUey.! srithim4 distds 'svaIj.."-i:1.: Ja
Frpm in lfter yppe .alla of pole ,RIver, tcPtytona ) From Borer, Tennessee, to ;Eddyvffle, From the..village Ontonagon to, GogeberKinetoNo t Waukon V :tim.: county ruwq: Allamakeecounty .From\ W.stport, 'Mi oari,.via'!franklin, his opinion,U,may_ba d. aici. f_ .
Booco.cqputy. .:" V r ickMine. : Szc. & Am) be further* oacte J
2 VV.f V tJ> l Lawrence. Qtyk'yokesha DouglasjCity.La..
From Kanawha
Point Healhl'enwrfogthe L PrDaver! Tetfnesaee, to .HopkiasviU : ;Troca the 'viUsge of Ontonagon to'Isle Roy '" Delaware ," -'J.. !.Lt..: L.t.d '
ia cHJ
Eiver dd;k Cifix rMeHer'a' Bottom 6the .. A :i i'rom Hartwick, couoty.viaHaxel'Green ,'T O.ftJntAD, aQQ.... _1IU1RU,',w" w. t&Uo "
Oairii to-i '. IzPct.Officthnec&d / n AI., 'f f'U al'ttind on Portage Lake,,Hoaghton'county, 'Nogeqt'a Grove, Baelbora. :!'.1or.n#141';.W atport" ,'M!'oarivia,Bui Creek;' < trieta.af land oov.aol&eotiFort .", '. .
{ ; ) ,, FromPiristoVElmT.! x V -1. V via-Adrentare Afinc i ;:and Douglas ,HooghtwMias. 401, ,.Ci.ikVtJr !:;.urMarion. ii ,Lynn eounFrpca Black Jack; \Oao.-HlICdnd !-and;.Ten Mile Dei IMIud I orup '- ''.
PQWJfu4,BrJdgI From via V. .LJ of'this act t and bef.-
CentreTflle 'Madiionis, and Lob- Creek d'Co ;to Coancll,Grove. by
Post. Q ;cbeu ... ._ __ be &ci.Brltf..I.ud.. '; '1. Vj. ,, I cilg. I'J-'r V' i&he Iud o8cen im.eIs t. er.
'Frora : .>/ t .: y TFrom fenionville. in the county of.Geaes- Bear Grove,Jn Gothrki, OOIlDtj, .a "W" ;
*'rL's Brn l CW e co t :. OJ JKENPrUI2KT.JV ;r V'o l"*'**''tr;ftinfl *' > :": ; ''at' n"t"iJ. Vf; r '$ WL..S" .tieiVna ,. l, GwV
W Wl i8 3 ,''/ cI'I'I ,:" .- ., "''.1 .., -. -..... ". Z\Jt see:,'c'V eoant Ballard 'Bridge;'oa the' EastNiahuobotougKiver'fcidLaa :; '(! TOW. flw p?" .: .., *
thOD t 'ID'. 'c Cit eViir CAM coantj, Webster, -iAIiiie Creabaad;LiWle H Osag to fort "
Cft .
4f.ft 'a creek y .J..
to. ""JcL..3fI 4V iV ,'d V 4.'i \.v Bcott.iflwdAUJ; *Vtk .L : 'liMfi
; 9' ..Wm- kLIWt.nieQ7i ,
V tM4 ScV ,. e& .< From Waupaka to aectioa twenty two Ma t N J. p r'L, E' rfi '. p J' '
1 ca 'ca! tV.TiChO. .ft ....tcrr'fcW'd. .' '?c-iPyrzq: 'twonship'twenty three,' and'Iff range } ven ; :: '.AUoQ"" M> u ...; re ,-.to '}.From;OfiiwaMomb, ria Htfiry' \3i el'. I V : '
-, '; .. U Approwed, Kar 3 'UU. 'J _
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& 4" "f"f Council U1I1tr. in aaidtoaaty r.'ik"1. ot.tf" '
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.J.-fI 'aWkiD"'I'f u.a rfa to',I1if.,1, .. eel :Ot From'fox Lake,in Dodge ,Y1atii I :V From McGregor** Landing.: Clay itoun- ,.PtWtiPcIn inoiauu.L : ."1..1' .
1" ew ,in lWi lcI M i Batter I _".iif.l _
oaCIIb Coeek 1I.D ", E4V1 "" at -' .) f, ." qfl, nI1 Lake,.jfOD tJ, VIA Elgin, HJyriasdu '!Altaay, tori.. '..
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Blf aaO2ttaO r. : k .u. .uuy.V'V "ajeUa ooauty, to DdeM'n4t4-.1I.luccu V tJ .
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; Inri! Jan 1 uruaI Iit I I.Q': *A.' C' .1 "3i.> : : 'j $ o-21 ?4o cbVemocrat .' Ba1. nVN: rlJ) 'm"- ota I j4tMi&er ligatoronJted 'e' .,24 .i e. Le Lo,i. .... :'CH.hiI .' ." : 1)" 8ltlon.

-- .-.. -, tT"J. .ti't }uti I .on." UId t.... tj:1, 1 ting with i th4I ri1ri.In Dem.while.i P 'tgtl&' iih l the I '.'cl.' .: .:'4tY.W." in die I01Ith.-

; A HABSEl: A '',' ;b .a .M> 4F M'JJ"f : and Pcn.sa CcI It claims,the 1 laTgest.circuUuion in
_, _. wtt ; fl4h' !rda FOR rs tfws "IfCITAKMOUSI. -.. GS weI'Q.I, # e1Jof Ia'tgi: I that
gnia Ga.fC
t .* AOAINST ti House; ,where the troit s viii 'O'o Wl \ .' ion .of die country, and-exerts aid,..

g--Tr; .SatardijY: rsrtf2"Sfenui.Attest c s.-jr 4! 1855.t ris- .__ last of" which we transfer to our columns be. WIIMOT TROVISO IN TUB SK ATE. \ For. Against. them, if t'j1. 'dIsposed to givkit" fluence. Its editor! now-Aimouhc.w hfieonnefl. 1ritb.,
fi -
: r--- J. law: Wo con\fflen3"it to thVgravc reflection Again": While the United States Senate was Noit&rn! Whigs; 375 -. The Sentinel Wishes to' ii wf1et1ier the drawatirom' : the.know-nothl-. -'- '.- ,g._ "Ty

*rt.uJdi11atttrtq.nt.re: t 't Uaeio .:en of all parties in this State. This able in secret sessionOJ&t je goan ;treaty..oh. -" Demacrals. .,,. "8 50 invite "tne"particular alteutioijffl.0.!

-. !''64fr?-first--zuarUo-, add- fifty mItt=for.eaco.. ooatio- writer-- a.. Whig of the,",Old .Line"--showH, ___ motion of Mr. fiafdwin, to insert/at'file end Southern? Whi$, :1 1''00 17 Floridian means "to call in question the>CroZtT fr I aI4 Pl6t PnVlifI k_
5to.be fth '5th 'article the following words to :Democrat, 00 48 or the SwLineTt statement" that: tfic ,
tWAmmet ? andidtM from the records of the country that for the for his coarse. The ,statement II. '
b .t14e.IaJadj-.t 1-V t1. i, \ l >'JT' 1r' \ .. r 'P -- Know Nothings of New York have M harmonized 1.I22oat.
last ten the Northern Kxow IWit'f" ; -
an Whigs now T
yc ;> 'i
RHM1 .
re !> u IUiet latery nor 't".v; i L. 20 Cestsmiyirgdo : : .
._ _. over the PhHadelphia platform. < rutt
-- : ""-"-- :u1.nuahaTe: bt'vnIlnot S1flfluflOU1l i 1) DYohmUrTmiUx] ,4u the territories bereby.ceded prtD fpt :
4, OID replj'IP Jb" n 4I1r'1Mozticeifoto11eftot' other vise than crimes whereof the :Here again.owthe-.Fogitive.SlaveL&w..i ynderstatidoa wdou'tmaan .
.j < againstdrjj Southwbile'aIwags; r !;: ,punlsbment'of --:_. .
W un.dert *h majority PartY'a&n bare WD dnly eonrfcUd" >': "r will-be! seen, that, vwhilo i we have. yptebythe .. ,
< the
; to deny that a hundred,:delegates.met, as
the"TSontnerbl' Democrat 8Ome"timd ,
; and Northern
nuttiQflllY21itpnrEooJs toI : *, I After debate,, the' question' was -stated-.. Democrats, fover'zi'tooi_ ; : I

nm the Road wf near'ATonHcello ,ft% practica.II TWO-THIRDS and raREE-rdtfRTus' have'vit' d !shall theseWords;: stand'as'a'part of the'5th in OUR FAVOR, there is a vote'of} SEVENto'crNfeof ,' Herald stated, and' endorsed the pjatforinr-|: ,It.80 Car ,.Q1 eiir.1aajntp, _.L.

We, and:there j;jbwe karn, &resolution of the '.with the! South. '" .fcjf the.votes. ,, .of. thaNorthern- .. "article I*' ;andh was 'determined in the rconnays the Northern Whigs,'now*Know' ,Nothings'" ', although IQ'not due of Northern erehan- ad? 1 rson'('to joirf riJ'tie ..Her, ,;J ,1t

.uard.ti t1ii eoLsenth4Juz, !, 31. Democracy? thus .givany jetery :.measure,o f Jhe 38-1iale and Clayton, now AGAINST,,' US." ges haT'we* seen.Any such ,tatetrietit-btIt has oDl,.leen.a fetreeks linee

. As -Vnderstdorf the Sentinel' article Government of,the least practicable benefit to .Know Nothings, and others, voting yes-and TIlE'. .JU.NU8" AND. NBBKAJXA B'.4..iL.,L K *-| wo' mean to '"deny the*'la t,.aUeged,.'to-Wit.: attacleWtff.aoflci. f totfrieif. t, or rith'.lUle

% last week, neither of the three routes ordered the Slaveholdnig States has been'secured and among- tJJ'ha s -are Cass, Dickinson :and 'And now,> having thus giventM votes of that the KnowlNothings! pf -\j rJt' 'have', resisted,A&. t1dti byjbin the..c re ,' and ",
,* D /. The following i is a,classification of the different parties in Congress for.the past when 'we'af fcstyieMed.tollr!, we' lSiiot.
I to test the ; harmon1z6ver "that platform! ,Asd 1.e' .
I lo be sun-eyed was designed practicability without their.aid : '
.scarcely' one of thosVmeas the vote;'by 'ctioDsnpon;: this Prdvise: ten years; I will closet with.the. vote,. .on.the friends" wdow so 'igs1nttheour. to tf
p, of going direct to Nionlicelloj'butwe t i urea would }have passed Congress., Such was .: For. Against. Nebraska bill, which is the last that was given gave'lasi! week some ezc'eUent rea foriour .b j is

are pleased lera .cram. conversationsHvitJr : the case with 'the. admission of Florida, the Nbrtheni r. 'Whigs, ''10 none. on the Slavery question,.in Congress. The doubts/ not one.of. .which' does our cote' to m rical'WdA1VenJn.:" W:

: the Presideptthat *t least one:of the passage 'of.!the Fugftive, Slave Law and the Southern' Whigs, 2 9:' South wanted the Slavery RESTRICTION taken porary caU 'in qnestiou.;"' Those"reasons Binccrely:desirocs'of Aiding JJshmeht "In,tb rtia.

touch tr.tneo. Northern Democrats, 3 12 off Kansas and Nebraska; placed. there by It is, to 'of.thdneipe'td' in .l"
linos now being surceyedifl repeal "of the !Missouri Compromise. Hid theNorthern need not be> repeated. enough ,say 'brtha *", ,
Southern Democrats, none. 17 the Missouri Compromise of 1820. The party.'bat
f 1 DemOcraey'beenls: faithless to'the Northern Whigs.objected, rayed and pitched, that the KnowNothing: press of: New York, without be..fJ.fettered-- or trzk i..

i1 It has always.beeh.a part.of our. scheme 1 Constitutjonaathe. Northern Whigs,'Florida 15' 38 and did everything to defeat it. They .made with's f ely exception,'repudiate tho platform : '" t. "-' .." t.;'

in the various'public discussious on tno sub- would have been kept put. (.the:Union -until Titus showing. that .while} the Northern motions, called.yeas and: nays, and finally or that portion of it relating to slavery. wayWe have never Attended a sing!.' 1

Middle Flor. got things in'sucn a fix, that the friends of the We have our 'extracts cfl. meet .but'the few\\weeks'txperi
:$ jet,that a road running through her constitution underwent change with'res- \Vhigs! were unanimously against' three- already given .readers,in
fourths of-the Northern Democrats for bill began to despair, and feared 'that under Noth. since our1'ccmnectibn'Withi the order. ,has D.
ida should touch the various County Sites.AtthejArge .- to would were from two of,the.most respectable Know
pect slavery-there :/have been no, the rules of the House, they never could geta vincedus that manwho ka ;aay sdf-rn-
.i : ; convention held in Tallahassee i effectual law for the recovery of fugitive slaves, us. vote upon it But through Mr. Stephens' ing papers,in the State (the N. Y. Expres pect Or independence belong it twelrv

I, *ia 1853, the 6th resolution adopted wits in and the Missouri badge inferiority would COMPROMISE MEASURES IN TIlE HOUSE. knowledge of Parliamentary law ADd, tact, and Courier 4-$ Enquirer,) specimens of the I months without sacrificing both; ,It CODWo8

: these words: have remained on the statute book. These And now let me call the attention especiallyof the Free Soil Whigs and Democrats were spirit in which this repudiation is made. We features which soever 'or Was most caaje

tV Resolved That this Convention our Whigfriends,to the following votes I defeftted, and the following is the vote in the now.give one more quotation from the Courier .:every One who'has, 'part1cl]. of'ni nlineu ia
propo- faithful allies these
sound conservative the Northern the Com
men, of Democracy upon House,vu; composition to revolt at the ,organizationAnd
that the Eastern terminus of the Pensacola of the 21st July. It is a complete extinguisher -
.e& whom At the time :
the they were
to South is
so much indebteditis promise measures. leave it with disgust It is Aa crganinutipn
nd Georgia Railroad shall be on the line of Fillmore President For. Against. and in the bud that
nips everyhope
the before' Congress, was ,
avowed. of Northern Know Northern Democrats ; which suit onstropolow pemidios
purpose 44 43 may
the State .East of the Alapaha river,and cross ,
and it generally known that he favor have been entertained of New York.- ,
thu Counties of Madison, Jefferson, Leon andZadgden Nothings to put down, and the .people of the NORTHERN Southern Democrats 55 2 might to use for their own seldaiiip' ,1m it
ed them ? but HIS WHIG PARTY Northern By this extract it will be seen that the Courier will drive' (remit Ail good'aen,.And.will in.
their I wo-rk none. 48
South South
( l ca far as respectiveCwfity are invited to join in the of destruction WOULD NOT STAND BY HIM, notwithstanding
5fc if suth route be practicable.Of i Southern Whigs, 14 7 not only repudiates the Philadelphia platform, falliably fall from its own weakness. Not
; but while it is a sufficient disgrace i he had all the officers of the government at wEkh caused its
principles :
even glorious
course, the only way testing thcfprac- that Southern Whigs with many honorable i his disposal. 'They numbered about seventyfive -113 -100 but advocates a fusion with the abolitionists rise can long' prevent -dotrnlalL] The
in the House of But about restoration of the Missour1
ticbilityof" such route" is by actual survey. individual exceptions, respond to the call and I, see where the Northern Representatives.Democracy stood. If Tims showing a MAJORITY of the Northern to bring a Americanism, to succeed, moat do so u'nder

V receive the oaths and grips manufactured by had felt and acted like of old Democrats were FOR 18, while the Northern Compromise : other auspices, aDd the sooner thereI a reor.

b Since'the above was in type, we have re. Northern Abolitionists, it cannot be expectedthat I they Georgia Whig-Know Nothings many are now our acting Whigs were UNANIMOUSLY AGAINST us,backed We love (quoted) the Whig party, but ganization -of the party die' better for' the

'rcrml.the pubjoined communication fr.om the Southern Democrats, except those whose! without any regard whatever to principles by Democrats.SEVEN Southern And in Whigs the and two South.em we love its; but principles we would more.rather We a dislike thousand abolitionism country."We will seek' an other opportunity- to sp ak,
Senate the
IVcsidciU I ,. of the Road, which we publish with .s thirst for office is stronger than their loved theywould have voted against these stood thus: vote times vote'for Garrison and Tappan as President oftheefi'orta ef some of the.members'the

llcasure:. : principle, will be seduced from their duty. the measures SOUTHERN, because WHIG a ''V RIG PRESIDENT them.and For. Against. and Vice President than tamelv submit order.to take the management ?. &e Courier

PARTY supported for an hour to the humiliation which the South out of our hands 'AHQ control it .ihemselwt,
I .OFFICE THE PEN. & GEO. R. R. Co. t From thv Constitutionalist Jf Republic.MR. If they had done as some of our old associates Northern Democrats, 14 2
Southern Democrats has put upon us by the repeal of the 'Missouri And of their attempt to shot oar mouth,by refusing -
1st 14
S 1
1'ALLiItisEEAugust would have said "I
EDITOR.-Dear Sir: In my former are now doing, they Compromise. to permit us'td'withdraw from the order -
E. DYJn: Eag.EdL'o1., E\'Tl-1 Southern Whigs, 9none 1
; commanications to you, among various reasons WON'T ACT WITH OUR OLD oPPO We and holding expulsion in terror overux'
Northern are willing (quoted again) to consort .
the Flaridiaa .
of : SouthI Whigs, 6
won't with; the of the
stated for maintaining the Democratic act Whig party with the most rabid abolitionists in order to Indeed, this tatter game suinto be the one
hat in
Dear Sir: I your paper, the Know I have said WILL ACT WITH THE FREE SoiLERS OR none. 3
party against Nothings, determined' the aspoliticat
Sehtinel article restore the Missouri Compromise and thus redress 'upon by managers.
after copying from tlio an on that the Congressional record last year showed THE KNOW NOTHINGS FIRST, &c." Nay, this time. Numbers of honest And independent .
the! subject of the Pcnsacola & Georgia R..R. had not been finn and} true 37 13 a great 'wrong.
that the South had no friends at the North more : they men The first object (quoted again) of men, who will not swAllow some oi
Co., vou add: We notice ono expression. to the Constitution rather than to their Thus showing SEVEN to ONE of the Northern great
except among the Democrat I not only popu- our political life is, and will continue to be, the bad nominations maVby the order, DAV.
- 4 Three routes south from MonliccJlo, will be propose to prove it in this article, but I intend larity at home, they would have dodged, or Democratic Senators FOR cs, while the Northern the restoration the compromise 1820 I made unsuccessful applications for'withdrawal .
of of ;
nd estimated.. Is it to bennderstood"
Carefully Burveycd. also to show that for the last ten years, while voted against these measures; for their own Whigs and Abolitonists were UNANIMOUSLY and to accomplish that object, and thus hurl In some instances these Applications hare

dial Alonticello is to be left oil'of the Northern Whigs have been almost unanimously PARTY FRIENDS at the South were miserably against us, backed by Houston of back defiance those who have been dishonest been (followed by charge being preferred .

the line PIn against us-altcaysa, majority-and divided upon them, and upon party groundthe Texa and Bell of Tennessee.And and unprincipled upon reckless of faith against the applicant, in order to deter others

reply to your inquiry, I: copy from the sometimes tico-thirds and three-fourths, of the Northern Democrats were not called uponto no sooner is this vote given, than these and honor, we are perfectly willing, if need from like attempt. But such odious tyranny -

hitoutes of the Board, of the 30th June, the Northern Democracy in Congress, have voted. vote for them. But see how nearly TWO- Northern Whigs begin to drop their name be, to consort for the time being with even will be sure to work its owu ruin And

folloivingerder: with us. j THIRDS of them sustained Mr. Fillmore and and assume that of Know Nothings, and, political abolitionism, and all the other abominable honest, bold and freemen will lose no time in

"<' Ordered, that, the Chief Engineer be in. But before preceding farther, I will say, ,the ,WHIGS of the SOUTH, who were UNANIMOUSLY what is still more significant Bell, of Ten isms of the day." relieving themselves from it."
for three lines of I for them while the Northern nessee,anjl Houston Texas, Bagg Collum
routes Whigs ,
Ftrnctcd.to Burvey that while the Northern Democracy were thus ; !
This is flat-footed. It tallies so far The Courier has been a whjg-paper for
pretty ,
road/East' from Tallahassee, one to run as sustaining us, it is true the Northern Whig were FIVE ONE, and on the Fugitive Slave bill Etheridge, and Taylor, ef Tennessee, Rogersand
cable the Sites of Puryear, of North Carolina and Hunt of as the Missouri Compromise is concerned, more than twenty years, and in a subsequent
*_ near a* 1"1't to County party was in existence. But where are the FIFTEEN to ONE against us. ,
Jefferson. and Madison Counties." members of it now? Having run themselves The following is the classification of the Louisiana-ALL of them Southern men, who and with the avowed position of the Affiliated .. number the editor, Mr., Haldeman accordingto

It. is'my. -purpose to have a thorough exam- aground with the people of the South, upon vote in the House on the Utah bill by sections voted against the Kansas and Nebraska bill, Know Nothing press of the State And promise, speaks of" the efforts of the members .

fflqiiLn'mado'or the !whole country through the shivery question, under the name of, WHIG, : are now said to be KNOW NOTHINGS too.Don't and of the Congressmen of it, with one exception of the order to tale the management" of

\ ieh he Road may at' can with proprietypa and especially having, last year, voted uxANIMOUSLY For. Against. it look like it was so arranged at Washington _no_ _And_wfi&t___ other____ Inference_______ran___ be-- drawn---- his paper out,of his hands. He had scarcely

s', and a survey made of all feasible lines AGAINST US on the Kansas and Northern Democrats, 32 18 .._ CitjfAna ., _, 1 '" from; such general repudiation this-, been iu the Order a week'beforw.some zo
except p-
of route for a raih-oad, and a more accurate Nebraska question since they have disbanded, Southern Democrats, 31 15 aro me oiu n rugs 01 ueorgia goingthus '
fitfrvcy of arid estimates for ihree lines, oue of where have they gone? They have not gone Northern -Whigs, I 0 52 to the enemy and prop them up at the that it is deliberate attempt to cheat 'the tions were taken in Council: t to an,article

which shall be as near as rjracticable to)Ion- to the sound Democrats, Ural's CERTAIN. Southern Whigs, 24 none. North, so that they may'more successfully Southern public, on th< part of the Herald, published in the Courier. eonceronig the can
will be made Then GOfE'? ''TiiEv cat down our true friends'there? If not let York have harmonized rass in the Ashland district ,Heat'once let
: ficplk)Arid Ma fson. Surveys WHERE HAVE THEY Showing nearly two-thirds of the Northern to say that the party in New -.
" fo and fcrqugh' ach of these villages, and i if HAVE BECOME KxOW NOTHINGS OR AMERICANS Democrats WITH us, while over five to one ol them come out of this Know Nothing or over the Philadelphia platform I"- it be understood that the Courier ewsp8per-
American Order and either vote for the Demo.
practicable, the northern'route shall be made THAT'S WHAT'S BECOME OF THE>. the Northern Whigs were AGAINST us. I not the of the Order and would
cracy or not vote at all. For myself, aa much Ishe: action of a hundred delegates, real or was property ,
think has that could bamboozle
: to them. No one I contemplated Discovering they no longer -
to run' VOTE ON TIlE TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO BILL. not Allow,itself to.be controlledby It-that
. the,location of our road North of M on- and fool the honest Whigs and people as I have heretofore been opposed to being pretended, to outweigh the' distinct avowals ;

0 ticello, and thereforethe operations of the of the South .with'Platforms, under the ,. For. Against. called a Democrat, I would rather be calledso of a huncred thousand vote at the polls,backedby there were four persona regularly employed in

Engineers will be confined to the country name of Whig, after they gave their infamousvote Northern Democrats, 32 17 ,and serve my country WELL, than be called the known sentiments of the recipients of writing for the paper, and that he wcs not to

south. from"that' point against us Congress last'year; they Southern Democrats, 27 29 by another name, and serve it indifferently their votes and tho unequivocal 'declarations be held accountable'to'the Order for anythingthat
Northern 24 50 therefore in addition other
Whigs to
reasons given,
purpose.is to obtain the most accurate changed their name first to KNOW NOTHING,
. My Southern Wiigs, 25 1 beleving that by a triumphant majority of the of a nearly unanimous press t appeared in its columns
and reliable information, so as to be able to and now AMERICAN. And having united
rrat'thi Directors, 'the Stockholders and the with Freesoil Democrats at the North, and Democracy of the South over Know Nothing- Just read this paragraphfrom[ the Auburn This foretaste. ( the tyranny of the orderat

J publip in possession of facts, and -supply the sent charters of thdr ORDER to the South, 108 97'In ism, our true friends will be strengthened,and American: once determined to withdraw from it;
which is and much the Senate the vote was- 27, that it will give them new life and vigor, and but before he had rf so
data by hi"h.it can bo ascertained gbt power there, they now look fo yens nays THE COXA.ROMIs-The New York Courier opportunity ,
the most.practicable and feasible route,taking the South to get enough help from her to 10-eleven. Northern Democrats voting for it, make them more successful in future in and Enquirer, which takes strong groundfor he was arraigned on a charge violating his

into consideration the cost of construction, enable them to control the Government, that ALL TIlE NORTHERN WHIGS and Free-soilers, maintaining our Constitutional rights in their the restoration of the Missouri Compromise obligations by. and
: the road and three Democrats,voting AGAINST .r. own section, I shall if I live, VOTE THEIR < A> Know-Nothing, writing
be done and
&_ the amount business to. by they may trample upon our rights, makeus says :
and the quantity and quality of the alternates submit, or force us out of the Union. Will Both of these bills prohibited any legisla TICKET. AN OLD LINE WHIG. Not only must.the Missouri Compromisebe publishing articles in oppostioo. to a regular

tions of State lands to which the Corn pa. not the honest and Union loving people of tion upon the slavery question by squatters, restored, but until restored, Kansas should I nominee of the Order-meaaing- Boa. Hum

, % ny'will be. entitled from its location, and all Georgia rise up on the first Monday in October but authorized these Territories, when they' Mr. Dickinson Letter never be admitted into 'the Union, either as a : phrey Marshall-of whom he wrote and spoke

I:.' things.calculated to influence the minds of the and at the ballot box put down any of formed their State Government, to come into We lay before our readers to-day a letter free or slave StAte. Her very existence is> 1. after his nomination,'precisely'aaTii'had dons I

Directors or Stockholders in selecting the her sons who will thus play "second fiddle"to the Union with or without slavery, as the from the Hon. D. S. Dickinson of New Yorkon libel on honest.legislation'and;' as far as. practicable before it was made ':, '
l location for their road which such politicians I I trust people might desire. it be ( :.
: mosjrzdicktkS any so. the subject of the'new ism which has must ignored. This is Mr. Haldenun's &"
selection will be made without regard to the But I will proceed to the Record, and not But let us now observe the vote upon the This is! good' doctrine. 'It'w held by the statcnxsnfp,

:; clamors of rndividaalsinterested in a particular to party Platforms, made to catch votes; butI Fugitive Slave bill,and ilk as follows: sprung up to distract and endanger,the peaceof American paety of this State and of. 'all the needless to give in full the pnx4&gfai0

;.' ro t; And solely with reference to the public will take the Congressional Record, where For. Against. the country. The production, taken as .a Free Stales. It .is not 'held,up by 'tKe Old Council in this matter/all of which Art laid

convenience! 'and Company's interestI there can be no cheating, for the acts of Northern Democrats, 23 15 "whole is so watery and tame, that we confess Hunker Democrats.' It is not'held up by the before the pnb &; Suffice, &&on tol14thof

have seen with regret that complaints are members THERE are BINDING, sure enough, Southern Democrats, 54 none. it has utterly disappointed us, as we have no I Pierce femocracy. Why then, should The Ji4y, 1856, the Editor of, the. .LQUISpIIS

being made, and fault found in advance, calculated upon ALL. And the member there is carefulas Southern Whigs 23 none. J. doubt it will disappoint his numerous friendsin I Courier and,Enquirer denounce the largestand Courier in manner that: .iolted *-
expelled a
to throw difficulties in the way of the to what he does, and he generally represents Northern Whigs 3 57. strongest\ party that 'advocates the doc was '
the Empire State who are battling against .e ordc'ftadi from .
4 accomplishment of an enterprise so important his constituents. Then let as see.what Free-soilers, 4 trines it advance,1 The Siamese party now the constitution of(he ,

to every citizen of Florida, and which' can has been the course parties in Congress for Thus showing nearly two-thirds of theNorth- the dark-lantern order in a manner far less forming,1 and the most ultra of the Garrison Liberty (l') Council, Noi" 37; in that} tdty, U-

'only be secured by'united' and harmonious ten yean past in relation to the slavery era Democrats for the bill, while there were i equivocal than their leader, judging him by scholl of ultra Abolitionists, are favorable to cause 'he had dared to speak _ina write his

: action. Scarcely a conjecture can be formed question. over fifteen to one of the Whigs that voted II the tone and temper of his letter.If tgis doctrine, but do not possess the elementsof honest sentiments in regard to 'men and principles

t:1 us to'the proper location of our road, but the ADMISSION OF FLORIDA,AS A STATE, INTO THE against it. And jnst here, I would inform our. Mr. Dickinson has nothing more to say strength or permanence. Is the' Courier pending election.
during important
fr citizens of Madison and Jefferson may feel V l'II ON. Know Nothing friends that their State of against this fungus off-shoot of the dead carcass ready to unite with either of thse I organiza.' an he! with
, assured that no' partiality will be shown tot New York that they seem to think much tions? lie was proscribed-proscribed uys
In Jane, 1845, Florid applied for admission so "
I of the old coon" and the ,
Any locality, and Ample justice done to all; into the,Union. Her Constitution- of, bid THIRTY-TWO Whig (Know Nothing)I same bloody The Caurier, we remark by way of explanation a bitterness hitherto unknown in the politics

_p nnd with this view,! respectfully invite gentlemen cognized slavery. As usual, the 'Northern Repro ntativel'on the floor, the President,i monster Abolitionism, we think the publication denounces the secret feature of Know of Ke tucky. But ov Iiead I8stII1U4"be

interested particular routes, and acquainted \Whig opposed her admission, account of Mr. Fillmore, was 'from that State, and yet of his letter by no means calculated to Nothingism, but for its Anti-foreign measures continues "and freed from.the odwoa abaci
Assist the Engineers goes
with the I localities, to slavery. But, the Democrats, almost to a man, not ONE of them voted for this bill. Therewas promote the cause of truth or to elevate,the the first les that bound ua;and proudly'cottsdoos dJatn'
in their effort to ascertain the best boasting that it was mong yearsago
j in true to the C ntitud h. but one Democrat, (the Hon. Hiram I ,
Congress, were reputation of disticguighed author for outspoken .re doing Oar duty, and acting the part of .
routes through their respective neighborhoods. On the passage,of the bill for her admission; Walden) from that State;and HE voted (or it. to favor'' nativism It1 However,the -"
candor. He is silent to the the machihAtiona'of Oureiiuiie&
totally as
t -.t.-- < Veryrespectfully. in the House, the yea were 105)-), EVERY And here, perhaps, the curious would like to, conclusive testimony of. the American .as to a freeman'e' defy '
I 1 : Your obedient serv'L. NORTHERN DEMOCRAT but THREE, voting know what became of those Democrats who: war on the rights of conscience which now the true an .Southem character of the orderin All manhoodf revolts.at wch tyranny.

S s : 4-. A _, ii E. C._CABELL. FOR IT; while the nays were'46, and :every voted for the Fugitive Slave Law. It appears for the first time being made an element in New York, thai we direct attention to. ,If So odious is it that all_tme,'men will relieve -

V t -w a BBBMs MH NORTHERN WHIG voting ACAIXST IT. In that fifteen of them were candidates for reelectIon American politics, and he has not a word of does not settle the' question, themselves from without.wa,.. iThe
Ir. R..TL Alexander has completed the the Senate,out of 36 votes for the bill, 12 were to the next Congress; twelve were for the of that testimony
encouragement gallant Democracy treatment that has been visited : may
zL 'Censw returns of Wakulla'county, from which cast by Northern Democrats, in favor of the re-elected, two were defeated by Whigs, and then we have nothing further to say;. Qpoaox
the White the other free States who Are engaged in A next day fall to'the lot -of our 'rx hbor.
: jfarsthattbeiareift county bill;while ALL TUE KYGATIVES ((9)) WERE one by Free Soil Democrat The Democratic Nortli Carolinaon
male*, orer'Sl, 415; under 21* 474. White NORTHERN WHIGS! masses must be pretty sound, or this result death struggle with, the fusionists. Would An election took'place in None are exempt from it so longU they are

:V females,.over'18, M5 under' 18, 438. Chil WILMOT'S PROVISO AND TUE HOCSE. t would not have been so good. Douglass or CASS have been thus evasive I Thursday_last for members of Congress. honest enough refuse to do the. bidding,fdnserapolooa

betweeniS-and 18 582; in schools,'92. Again, in the House of ,Representatives of FINALITY RESOLUTIONS IN 1852. The communication of Dr. GaiUard I men." ..;
females 584 value, $688-,- Railroad.
: Slaves males 576, ; Florida
Congress the 28th of February 1848; Mr. But again, notwithstanding these measures .
of'color males'4, females ; contains suggestions worthy the consideration Our readers have here ftttrikiag i'
t' 700.. Free-persons: Putnam submitted following Preamble and had been : acquiesced in by the South, the ,V learn from the Jacksonville Republican '
3; Toial4 habitants, 2,838. Land, 34,059 of the MeIi al profession of Florida. of the ma&aertyrannize in.hich'thia' 'OIICri
North still clamored and sent "
Resolution! upon which he demanded theprevious memorials to the 23dult' Mr.
that MondJ.y.mOfl ;
of on ni.. '
w. acres/valtted at$1 t 1,505. Value buildings question viz: i Congress for the repeal of the Fugitive Slave = overits. members.;: It sir. "
villas $93 with full of Assistants commenced Niw OuutAxs .The Memphis .
cities Corps -
not embrAeed in towns, or I L'Engle,
.:TTanuus ,In the.etu oto be difficulties pending Law, &c: In order to commit' Congress to first ia these w rd.Yogi wWi i ?
that from thI
household and KitcheiFurniturE5T,845. the line of the Florida predicts twenty-five
; 675.5Value '. betwcoa this. country aDd Mexico; Urritory'm j them as a fnal settlement of the i Slavery the survey of Eagle years fa1"i& ,:ordecJ. ccierned ;-
Value :of horses; mules andigiO&Waksd1a be acquired, ia ''which ."WJ"cMea-bot':'exftt:,ABO,' question; in 1852,'Mr.- Jackson;of Georgia, Atlantic and Gulf Central Rail Road, from time, gras will be growing the streets of N. "Ut 80 ;t ''

plan h n: ut t 4fc TintU, .Waxs&u,Ooogreat iath organiaUoo of* territorial offered lthe following Resolution; that to AlfigAtor. He ;is of opinion Orleans and the completed railway system of 'amn.T'wm* TH* WUL.. ,t".. .
place ,
4vt:# 1"" "f QoYeramca Man eIr7 period of oar politta!history, the South will have transferred the mouths of 44 IT J'j
etUbQtbad a*priodpU worthy.imftauoo'in all future R&dtxd. 'Hat we rwoguM the binding' efficacy ofCooctitatioo that he'will,be able,b/he.eourse f six weeks, the to &mwnh and Charleston XAJOATTT, TSOC0J1' '
i 850':1ie population Waknlla'Trias the of the and USeuJtb Miiaisdppt **1"
: rIu" 4ftirpIomilf tq TuaoaUi wnaw .
; tim,foftM&BJ?the exbteoce of tisterj frM territory TOC OW'1C_ ;
, ic4 wt---'campo9e4!**%'" ** ,,* T f. males'f ** 1104- slaves* ; thereforRttfhtd, !That in aej territory i hlcbmabc *.lb.intention of the people naeraUy"M.W!bef by to furnish to the directory.fall and complete It says that the dangerous navigation of".the BwithArccloliro01ealltbis :

} '! aocinid from,Uexioa,aver trblch M eUb, . peraon.of color 1.-ta1 i95The And to sustain the-laws oe to ion ..Aaas&.a* psit"but
790 f43pee.; : IWiecI tent.eni ._.Q eaary Z1 friends of have -- -'-- 6iginb i .
The ,the enterprise
kwretac,tJierefore, 'ainoe. : Uuvt year has '.-.nA. ezoept.as a pzpincnt,fat mat .whereof bern ->proTufeafor.the..delirery offagiUresUvts VALCA or PxotUTY w tf.w 'You.i ea ".. be' ccuce'O( '
the pirtj shatffemTktf ddy.ooYictd tlxwld fa* aDd tbt idof ftolMt pqr.fortbdlaeodecl purpe.: good reason i 1'othat ere' long, the $ute i annual mdt the'Board of -' TV T-OL t.J I-T.4 : tat
Jnli1 nafh .'rom'the Mara by .-.:.:
- '."
'lflh 'aM tfcfttar all farther tatkoof '
bed8& -
dftpreesiq aI\ .
noiDrmifua iet wl.-rQdo ._ ID.OfI. .
"/ tbasvz* iasuniy to will.be under contract tor con ithat the areate texa ,. > '. "
'" Alligator SQot" .
"liave afmi' ett'1lI''Woar en. tttabUIb1ea'Mda ortnuMota foadsmeaUl proviako qtgttioot grawiof oat&UutproTiik>a jotthe qnee- ., I 1 ", '
't ; '
: acts oTlbe late Owtfreaa,']knownd'bflb ttr'v"(N.w Yen i Iozr dred iIV..t r '
- :; '* % i *'f ahoa14 be issrtecEt,&b1 tioa 'strnctipn._. 1. 1'.
wll not flOl far plcroU20, 1&1 'c in'tIH;*, i'noo.'geirsl1jbolmected $ f. .11 II ft. t 'aD.ci'tta.rt ,.
tire population a ; lI\ilR ii",. ; WAiGeJe
SLid : iiWiuioT PKom6'introducedby fr .. ) rl\.a .
with 1M inrtaattoo of alavefr,1;ssunesi ,1 >J1h \, I' -.. p 1.. 1 1.Z
000., *l.Cf-**u t/. Mr. 'Putnara/i'upoa AJU jwdinff rof w.aichflgrjitnt lazy!ussl.si and d&Dgsre(1.tLi \ '14 j i. meeting of the directors held *\ Jl kioavWtI \ of Ux about one hundred and' tweitoo..nta I 'I'.D' .

; MriilJr_ D iratl U 8tat. Ht"wbI after torn:aoouMion,waj adopted I cut "lIomWdoli .' tt .Il. 'G> ",-' 7.1of
L1I : ( on the'imh nit. ,U WAI rwolvsd tht the w>' fbi'WI tb.alalnaI .. 1. 1I1 ._o-.emu._.' +. _' i.. .
,,. ; w.joV (. ,huJ} tt'ft LI, b.r..follc1wias\'Q&e..m' :, t' 1t04 i, '\ =notify-the President: and:' r Urt oltho f iiIyirinioa L ThIGc$1"thbaog"th i.yf-' "A ;" .' ,j tin t'i.; jrt 4&. i ,
.l'd1at Ah.Uoa.l'Ir-l Pphens' (e.i LAm,_ TnTjajS..ii 41pOw1chop! ', IJ',::jf._ _\ ".'l iNortbsrDtn. .A1. rotary _I., '
;n n : I.1 i't' t". I.J 4 baa l': f w_ :- t ". ;: '
JRill 'Corns : i
'WL AHMk WPbM Conkrew* -.i i*. M-. 10VthU lJI 4i> d U 1crtbtqt na.'J 11.11SoutMna I '. !Gwrg. w P 1lt00d" 'i.1 (.4\.) ,;! ') t =Jt\UE If I '
irJtN i2 : rCief
bWetfe) :'-- mU\fd\ b,our. 4 ,-Aav&na j" xcgos.. T P4 rote ahovrt thi' .o Il=, ..${ ,= DeiD. 11aott I ;;" = t .FI" At.lanU t o._. ,.,,.lft.lJrt. r.41.-,r-'' ,f1't"r'.J.. -.', .._.J'} (...lo1. -v.. 11.
} :4f Tweapf'_ Qlt"'I1 Wb4 I = Rail Rotd; duilyUI. ; .
rbta1s : 1'1. ",.. :">" r GtiltCental Company 'Hon.L&wreDceI"i1)bJl ...- '
have 1:1a.
The KnowNothings not aiyetbto CBATY vtrtod VOJt ise motion &Dd.a.; ..'... 4s.i ,!..&'.' '_ $/WPiIMU-.. \. j,44Tvtal .. 'hiv*'urtwrfsft b rttiiQa\e6a&mtd end taV -kL 8tsSg _. '.'.',. i, 1 J .<-
.t, make a nomination agaInst Mr. 8. IVovito-wtiflo B\TEV: Nosriiixir Wuio 101 Total, 81 a I U .



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SfSW ** #T KJTJrv** ..J.h i, lEFF.UQ .rJ\l'lW'IWplnJyx l8S5. S : ittli'.m"ir t't -- l n'th 7t1iri" thU"i 1.p'o'1.".YI )n.r are .. .! flGfl_. MkXi- 4 *, -hl w HawfI':7.1 ,; ?! iI i
nquiriag., r nijr f e ,.. "'+P'Ij .,-. ; '.. 1 $ '-' -!- .I"" k U I ? q..l ( let, ,
11"W ftte ) .r f f' C o: 1Ostfl {At mops flose ; S..IDo'fo6AU. I 1': ....1 f1' 2 Hbds.Prime -BupI. JUaIf.I. .

rj-IClf. "* of the! A*n..J'Hctt> 6r,?KttpwJDJoth- ,. ,Mnegtionrjngrnysidece( .1GENpABW4Jtec. JP.aO'' lantio, pI".on.UJU. '.L-.l'': 'il.ri;:.: .!),i; i t'J JOBALTH OF IWW UXtKTKfc-- .-:, > 2 -" Preservinj'SBgtr Qibjc4" V4,1:* -1''T. i MEDICAL AND. J.u.l'J.lcn : At. -. I

w.! rtrrrnnfealion.*.u.JION'1'lbnnd time toanver -,'. .l.loBl'fCK.-Tbe Lva,. 'Th jwmbjer of i.eaflTi'for tb web amouctto 2 .mnllm .
ia O4itrfc&L : .
innnWv".L. '" Bbls Sopwfine Floor. '. .. ffBgJ' Ii' '
I was hnmed., to.thVpHciTitt, M1he', Eloiids4 1-iina aiiemia.. ngie. .' rjbbl eotfoh'itflriet raa dnll ind barf:declined 295; wclading'193 i '. yellow. .fever.; ,- & : .,: ; PJa ,.iaa.i11" ,' : :" ..wt:01 moat| 1 Jooraalf 'ta i ihlT boW." ., t;

--J1ri, ... -f:.4 .I.h. ;ft Sst. wh.r.. the ty,MedieallAwoeiition,feasting Id'the/Btate id.jprincipaUy on the lower and tnlddb'ngqualities. 4 :. -" -' ),tf t-V 40, ...,.. ... 1i'.. ....! Ll :- olgJ8iiigieoLJgitn4P 1'.
.pry ,
i a':nes? ift-wirchJ-'wa' r'engaged'."affordsJIttteLOO r ': in*: thit'Cfinse r '
: 'Ii 1 State Association.'o, elmembert ,four pros 12th inBt, for It' 1T'.DIe4APPle.
4. , / t TOT'J-* i. %.- (esapn.-' IewelLuuedt11attbeei facts specu1 ; :, aftbe mostsiartltog eaves'is nutatxl .f I: 'Cr.vshedScgar, : .
uri'hoveverVlts!hive t\fj'.wrrCBalmettt\ ;up are a source of extreme< regret to creryiPhysiciaa 1eaving3QOO bales of description\ ? W the Dr.Meisas's ennilup by Dr.Jobd Butler; oL Law* I :8 ;. LArdP '. ,: I.1& and tb.ercprMtatiiiscfrssXe-i t
will .
io claims
inozuent from OnFriday'/the! J3th (n/4 the'..hurke ell 1)-umbWl 4&O 1 1Thecu.wu'tg. ., i t 4rdOi1. U present upoi the peircaafre of r.,
trade) .
011 jHiblic .qaeatioaB.barrQW; a J who feels deeply interested frtiitf pa t, lady who had been side fat1 right sad hue ., 'infProfettion' gsuerally.; potjaferwr ta *.i x. I ;
;tht I and: weHare'of ha profession steady, 4th.aleaduringached,000balos. the, day very years ,1 ;;Pk&e4 Tongues, .1 .:. ,' : ity of respectable medical.pobficatfcel .
Wj prcssmg'aolfea.to. 1 tute.liastilj present, 'prbspectiTQ: : : '. consulted a number of physicians who bd treated it I l _. V.&aoWbeei ; '_ :;. ,.. '.. tiYeUyJIn .
( have no luiowledge..concerning .:.tbder'tofyoii' and that.Jpur. .brethren'PJ /SBter, States .; Fair.Orleana qua.t a' ODe of Pwol paua.Tjtea: Dr Boiler waaU noallip 1 t'BoxM.3oibk d Tongues? Sugar Cured%? ,. -, .. saying thus mocb. the Editor:* Voidd'not.be" .' n&ksv., i
cannot bat regard.us as recreant, in discharging d-"'at '7dJ:, Middling Orleans Of, Fan. ,and kxa-tins believed with his ftedecesaort that 10 ",.S41iJiea.cw.; oJ. stood as arrogating to Ihemeeltta' ,apj; .qrar
\T' k.h alfcde pt,sach as is acquired those duties whkh have been entrusted to Uplands Gid:, ahd/Middangirpbinds/ i at (W; .it wa*'a eaee'of Prolap us. He' ""t however,.4000 I 'S U Laoas.;. ificativos but' intend for r1.he.pt> t.whichjha..kxJ'*. ., .11. .
fflliCatiQfl8 19 girrif'\ CircnlAr forced W tha Cosoi8Oa that hit patient} was suffering Ii_. ".Star C.Dd1" tot'expren on .,1 isces o -
g Brokers howeverqtiteaFaiUpland
from our care. The'titizens; of'eVer..jcortunjanity! 164. The ,'" from worms and after'much persuasion, prevailed 10 Kegs frofunion throughout the eosL* '.erfeWTarU-;-
ton tipdtr:1subiect; t A nd mas *therefore COQ through the happily,-universal Tthcdiu'rn"of the *at 'd. '. _Thejstoct.of.Cotton; 11\ oaher to take.two doses of DrJ1LIZDSVtriniftmg&ap-- 6 M best No.,1 Spamsb Lard Seeart.- des sad eontrifeKitiom, and' tbtfr deienbJnajkMr to p, U

*uc"h"poiqCs.as .art 'embraced art) daily reading reporta, consequentupon port consists 'of 605,000, nof' which 420,000 .This medicine bad the effect of removing from her a .1 BM.Cider.Vinegar, ,:. sent through columns' the state sodproptMoflaV; .. "f'
fiuo myssclFto press
Scitmr. .in all U. 4
Jfe&tin *
and bales Are :Amer n. counties number of the largest site. After she passed 10 BagaRioCofice.' ff is's4sIt.aD.41 -
of State
the convention County
wftbtrt this ninge. K is sen.eraUy-understood GENERAL INTELLIGEUCCE.The :most i in- them her health immediately returned., :She is since 12: Bbk Reboiled Syrup. from the most reCahIebort. '. s"Wjtli. 10Wwijr0. Ita, I : .
and when conscious that in regard ; '
Associations the Vi I .
new .or
and ooncd ed t be a secret Ebciefy.or, organ. this arrival is die marrad, and continues to enjoy excellent al1h.ur ,Fur Sale by r BERRY\t ROWLES.; ." :
? : to their own, Staie, nothing of.e4icai portant'Jte'm ofi e.W8.by : ThoT M prepared to bear tbs cnaV of enaBkks t

i ution, designed to 'act politi tally in the com i interest: ever .publicly i .tranMures_ what otter jact-telegraphed,Iroin London to, Liverpool l LANK'S CcuutaATKD Purchasers will ViaxirrGi be careful and to ask take for none Da.else.M'- July 28186C. SO but.equally Who v fo'tbe eaeoongiaf:._ of an eiouafrieods. J

*KSU of the. day: Of s.4.i..scjet, feature I entirely can be.their;conviction: than that we,to whom just prior to the! departure./of the' Atlantic All other Vermifuge comparison, are worthless. City 'Tax;':Collector*' Sale. the. prteeat ha&id4thrmiadarkebrurthaim *' 'i

and am:unable to under. in inevitable sickness their own lives and those that Lord John Russell. had resigned;and thatit i Pr: STLane's 'yermifnge, also .his Celebrated Liver ,. :": ''ol/th'e/ authority, Ttted.'in.I.fe: Witbue d10 fpparectJ- .... i -
disapprove, '
entrusted have' beenrehd %-nlmdred 'that thq Karl Derby.woult Pills, cen now be had at respectable j Drug Stores BY- t
t Iraluable to them are 1 9'ied "upon'aDd"ill expose for ale,fa front pI fend determined to bring every to the die. I
i it '
6taadtby.what necessity, real..or supposed,_ are singularly unmindful of their interests; be called upon to form 'another.."Ministry- ,in' the United For States le and Canada. (., SIt the Court Honse in. that CUy of 7alWaaaue.. .-between charge of duty, and-to leaf nothing'fo tbeir power .

,.a.s''dictated,'or upon :wkat- principle can regardless of our scientific.welfare, end aboveall This event however.jwas-not' unexpected, as :acd 27 atone. Agency** :lttU i : the Drugstores Town in the nTallahassee& 1h. the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock,oa iVe ffr t Monday ia andone at least to detent success, they do not tyW t
q and faxrWaffiure the 13th instf/'SSrBrilwerLylton moved in every.'" ., September, the foHowi d soHbed"property i'f of failure. V -'rj r'
b jutUed... FxeepubTifi,discussion i : culpablynegligent in the origination and on 4 August_4,.1856. 81-2w- .Lot. 'N o. '65.:' 104, 150, 284,l'278,. ,Old 'f PtuJ; The Journal will be Issued a&tot'' U>. itti of etch

aetjoron,.l to advancement of our Stat medical literature. Parliament that the Minisiiy, containingLord Lots No. 7i; U, !S3. 289. 257, 2fJ 59,North Additim; month. each oumtxrwiH eoeisip6ila.rn PC 1'Q I

';. q ,.t4::tlicvery existencenfar of'pop., What is pCBtictY' known' relative l tb'etrne John. Russell, was unworthy confidence of CCANDIDATES.-. Lois N :U. 'rtbbalfOotmty Qnrterr4Qt* No:4\ making oyer'1 O pages acouaHy; ,.., . .
th r I which finds. the' nature and history of diseases,as mamfested. the nation. This crisis has .arisen ia consequence '' -. 1?, IS, 15:1826.;: 13.-19, 88. '6,104;104 119.;South- It will betMnblMbed at 13 per aruMi?!. |itiadvanoe..

.liberty; and the day pub.lie fArou t.lI S State, from the perio of Lord John's bungling ''explanation We authorized batf County Quarter; Lots N. 4; 7.'1ft, 4 ;60.' S,65., The first number to be issued the ."*&piembv..J ,
'mind reconciled to the secret 4 movements. Iris"conduct the Vienna 'Conference- r z- are to announce DAVID North-west additiotv-owncrs not known. ,wUJ ,b. made for nIimit. $, j"j"Arrangeme
settlement the time? Whatis of at : candidate '
l' of up to present YOUNG as.a for County Commissioner at The above will be sold for City Taxes due for the number of auitabla:&dvirtieuents.. .At1.! :, ;
of pplitical parties, will find us far on our way the cause of this'general ignorance.relative Parlianjent will be prorogued ini August the ensuwg:election October next. year 1855. JOHN WILSON tiOQ8 to be .ddr.aed t the' u.ton. tI'. t t .

to thY. slavery of despo 5"11V" good men to the varied characteristics of disease;, a'P"t. Queen yictoria will viSit the Emperor and July 28;.185*'. SO 6wn ,CityTo*Collector. Meww,an SUIict Jtm4' : "- .. .
sonted in opposed "sections of the' State t- Empress France in Paris oo the 7th of Au. 3P W are anthorued to annooncod HALEY T rJOSz.Oa4LMIz; t 1cJr1
may meet In secret for'' good purposes, wecan1ivefld'fl.tUr1nCe.that '" BLOCKER as a candidate for re deettoa to the office Notice. Ed'aztd: G'nfoj'at PstboTery t,-.
bad men, under I Who, Cngstus: .is J familiar with'the cause, gust. < SheriffofLeo&. County at the,6l .etion.. jq.October next "W. :Y 'w.EnORELAN1) ..h-i3roL 4
nature, history\and treatment of any endemic Sebastopol had'again been bombarded by; h rrnh1tTy; days after,tie fin*.poWmtioo of this (rSurP7io-tb-j'AUaM.rettuL '.

the same plausible exteriors-will not secretly. I which has occurred. i(this:-State, unless having the Allies for two days-but without(Success. {35P We are an'thorired to annotnice D.W.OWYNNas X notice, the nmlenteried' Qoarafiio of Smit a Ana. At tutaJilZ.21,155. ,29-4! f.' :::
'. candidate for re-election to the office .;AflkeIf,' 1 .4 4-
n Josephine
; of publicArirfte i : been eye-.witness to the "phenomena.as Thirty thousand of the Allies were. employee of Judge of: Hewy C.WDliaru'M.and ,
theioun4atiofls an '
tap Probate of Leon County at' the election in Octuber James.Herrag. fafaiw.under the cf
:,AVhether I atm in favor of fairUji0nUi04BCuMonof :P1 1stforth detailed and illustrated in'his immediate practice in erecting immcrise works against the MalakofTand next. 0, one years, -will apply bypetitten totbeHWj.'Wayles ace twenty .AP hiolaI.a' d C 1 ; ::: .' ;

'domestic slavery, must ? ..D sc with '.but .:-"exceptions, Redan Towers, and the Rusei.io Baker;Judge of the Ci1'euit.Court of the Middle Circuit -I .1Jae absence of ,
\ whether endemi,'epidemic;'or sporadic, are were throwing up a fort in the rear of the Re J: i- The friends of Ma.JAMES T. KILGORE Florida'for 'authority to sell a part of tb* M.! _Lall pcrsons vUkJor to buy l oJ will pJ.'iit 1 : .
what it ia or rather, whether nnnouuce him as candidate for Sheriff Leon tb,ir sppiwOuo* Ub X H. Gttlk, ia tL, Stats J1.tc...
depend'upon ; localities dan and erecting other.formidable works commanding a Coon lowing real estate of lAid infant to wit; The S W1otSectinn4'tieE3ottheS1ofsection
impressed by causes peculiar
their ty at the election in October next. 'I 5 the ist.r.Os..erwitkA.A.3LRaode1pl.. !:.i ; .
are in favor of mine. If platform which form their those positions. The cholera was ; Mr.Ctliu is authorized receirv
they: temporary, or permanent to fr
K | of the N E i of'section 8 ; the S W I of the N gaymej 6'\
is to ba regardedaaiic1u&ng.uplio1ding, {f I habitats,.and though familiar"with. all diseases, declining. The Russians had made an inef. W WE are authorized to announce THOMAS E 4 section 8; and about twenty five'acres in sections notes ,JOBN.BE.11tD.. I
:: fectural sortie to're-take 'th Mamelon H. HALE as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector Receiver to, of ApI1CQaL m4 't.,. : 'j
monstrosities as':the4'.peI1lODallibcrty' their, treatment detailed. described Batfery four and fire; all in Township,Range ttiree: I
political I
jatifyingsnch of Leon the ensuing election iu Octo. JaJ,13J8 !8-t. I ,
County at I
in the dogmatic language of our.authorities, There ire' strpn'g1 'indica'tipps! of a campaign North and East ia the County of Leon oat) State 01 If' I''
Se utin l and Walcull .'l !
Kill, recently passed into a tober next. < : rQes,publish,"OV 'wetts.
Florida ; a small portion'of the above lands to b. re 't
I what know we of these diseases, as modified on the Danube..It'was rum rcd that the Turks I'

; LTV'b'. 'the- ft ti ssaw- $etts!; Legislature over I by'agencies'peculiar to the ..various sectionsf were:retiring.before.tIle Russians in Asia/and tTMa.. EDITOR:Please announce A. B. TUIt- served from sate.NANCY R. HERRING Onardun. t'j- Great 'I and 'S.ileA t. .. ; .1 I

iue..vetq :of'ppvemor, .Gardnthctii pro- this State! Wo arc all familiar with the also that the Russians had been repulsed ty for Inn:Leon as A County Candidate at the for Election Tax Assessor in October and next Collector By D. W., Wwvnn, Attorney. IN pursuance of fAcrw'fa .CliB ery, tL.f"-i* ,f i

uoance.it treason ofdeeptdyo-trison, diseases daily treated i ia. individual practice, the Turks before Kars. The allied fleets in MANY VOTERS. July 28, 1a5S. SO-lt ned will CJf'terJor sale,at the tiotes and.: $a '

unbiushingi'and: ; brazenrrdeserviug of !but medical testimony and experience both the Baltic were destroying:all the property bercia'de9i nafed.'cpvarda eta ttBIka aerM':.r EtodL-*- ,J'J'I I
rank, N besides lots ft 1' ibe of! aod fa'th
t1ce.T Qty Apalaehlcoi* *
teach us, that diseases and their treatment'are the coast tW" WE are authorized to announce COUNCIL

public.reprehension, .. !' and, 'eondig'fpunisJrneULfuponthis .'1 undergoing "constant s modification i i,'a dif familiar .It was rumored Unit a revolt had taken A. BRYAN as a candidate for dcrk of the Circuit HIRTY days after the first rjoMirtitfon of t&ra notiee Town ALAC Vevrpartf'Thnat ICOLA. LAND ,COMPANY the topfrtT oftbAPi'S-rk &ef ,

Bubject.their .p1atI nn coq( nns now' without makirV g'a: proper use' of place in the Russian Siberian Regiments, and Court next.for the County of Leon, at the election in October theundersignedadmInistrator of''l UM&tate portions of said ''lands n Ht in.tht Couatuttt: LsotV.; III,"

to rcsolutionsj-ecentiy .published, purporting those means placed in our power," what guarantee also that 'a change had taken place in the Russian of Daniel O'Cftiu deceased, will apply by petition to WakuUand: Gad vill be' offered fa 7.t1', 4, .

of the convention is there that we shall remain so ? Comparative CabinetIt FELLOW CrruEfs:-Having faithfully discharge the Hon.J. Wa.tlea biker Judge of the Circuit Court on',tb. FIRST MONDAY IN DECXHJBS&,'Ait;sand *
to be the voice ot a majority the duties of tbe Office of Tax Collector, to which your of the MQ 1d4 Circvit of Tlorxla. at'his; office'in Tallabassce that pah irlikbliw ill .i'nDk_..C0 ar mW. "
of the lancet the is that Austria will
. .assembled at Philadelplua, it is in substance proscription in pul- anticipated shortly issue kukioeas elected me iu October 1853. as i is shown by for authority to sell the following lands of said offemi ApahebitoU the F1RST:ONDA.Y IX. I
monic phleguuisiae, ould"oiCe, have been a circular, the course of estate for distribution the infant Children 01
stood for new defending my receipts from the Treasurer's office, I fespectfuHj. among JA'tLhSky,15t, The..jda 1iao. tM uliVusst'- I
the same upon:which' I have yearsrupou regarded professional heresy,yet this treatment Austriaand replyipg to the'iuuendoos of Louis offer myself before you as a candidate lor' re-election Louisa Holiday and other betn ofsaid Estate,to wit. : extend from the 8t:Marks b4hOAp1aChIe4.L Leer

winch' I did not enter without countingthe in a large portiorrof oar practice the Napoleon. in October next. L C. DEMILLY.To The E f of the S E 4. the S E i of the N E 4.and theNE4oftheNE1ofSectionsevo.na4xty and include the Idtadtaa lad eoaat.' r t.. ,. < II' .

and which I intend to re- South is fast orthodox this J acres Tb Urma will be third akv/tH .-wmiuoJof 1
becoming course
consequences, the W of the S W of Section nfll in TOWB-
4 Eight
the Voter in qanl ioBtalmeots of sod tin \
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. otLeonCuun1yj; oae years.. rUUjntsf', ,
with life I"h1.vg.not now these is not derived from authorities, but,the.re- ship! two Rapge two, North and astia UaeCoanty ol .
liaiuish only At the request of many friends, WM. O. .BURGESS eat from day of.0') -K ?:*!' t r *, l""f' t
rf.solutioas before me, but as recollect themI svlt of the published treat!'meat of tour Southern Nsw' YORK July 24.-Tho Stir of die offers himself a candidate for Judge ProbaU Leou and State of Florida. .1 For property pofchased these sks,,thrip o.t I' tt
JOHN CROMARTIE,-Administrator... "
Physicians a treatment only adopted after the ApalaibicoU. ovoed b'Stoc
: ; at the election in October and win be xlompaoj; -
ensuing next
them in substance as sound nation. W st has arrived from -California with datesto D W. Owynn A.on i
@ By el.
holders tWr wi1lbe
apnrove much reflection, cautious, yet repeated experiment thankful for the support of his friends and felkw-citi or a s aeesv reoeIe4Joyat.. r -
al doctrine. I ignore no part of the federal and free discussion aud otrf'ofrortmrfzort. .' 'the 1st. inst. Near a million of specie is tens generally. July 28th 1856. SO 4t at its reI&U*. &a& .i: I' 'lfl1. .S" ; .,' t

reported by her. Frauds have appeared in -'- JOHN BEARD. Reeeiyr..d&4.;
constitution, either in theory or in practice, to Iq a comparatively new State whose t .
Jaly 18"foo.Ia .' .
the accounts of Adams& Co. and tgT We are authorized to announce THOMAS : !\'t ': : .t:
court the popular caprices of the moment, to population is both naturally and by immigration Bacqn & Co. Page. J. ROBERTS a& a candidate for Tu.A e and JASPER COUNTY ACADEMYLOTTERY. .*.* Tb Florida s.t1.. ..Tan,,and Ua.1
daily increasing should WH not be constantly Apataebwola Commeroiai AdTtrtisei; will pabi.tiIa., '
; in
Collector tbe
station'or to minister! to the necessities of LeaD Couuty, at ekotwn. October
gain public The Democratic Convention has denounced sotifiedtodis.ctbiae'r
anticipating the dread, but inevitable. next. 4
infirmities of those in Nor, the Know and have nominated .
or power. advent of new diseases Oehlesis was here Nothings, .. t. '. .
can rdistrasfc the isonndriess principles approved once unknown yetxrfne&fy-.have. typhoid fevers Bigler for Governor.'i... I:1f' WE are authorized and requested to announce i[:BY AUTHORITY OF TUB._ ,STATIC OF GEOBQIA.] Wanted.: :'.. ". .l;
LEMUEL JONES as a candidate for Tax Assessor -- A SffADO-AS1'AHERBy ;
An is to have occurred ; ATOU2GrLt.
engagement reported -
upon full .consideration under a high desolated communities., .Coming then, and Collector uf Leon County at the election in October I LADY 'wbo'hai had two rears aee'i
off San between Russian and 31QQQ expe
Diego a frigate $
sense of duty, because others may choose to as these diseases must and will into our State, C, next._ teaching and can brine the besji bf testkxioDtaS!Toaf
is there no benefit to be derived by ascertain a.French rvertc. The French blew up ---L CLASS C. esses a thor gb Engl h Edtrearfon'ir.thW) higher'

adopt and embrace them.I ing the successful treatment of those first their vessel rather than surrender. This news tr' WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM CAPITALS i CAPITALS. Mathematics arid modern LanjtogetV ii ai .
cannot believe that good can be accomplished is however, considered doubtful NEWSOM, as a candidate for Tax Assessor and to give inatructiao in Mwwtfcrra tii PjheJirosiBatiff,'* ,, -
called upon to oppose its march{ Let not a 1 Prize of. ...f8,000f 1 Prize of....$5,000
by making the birth place a test vain assumption of ability on our part to cope There has been an immense Know Nothing Collector at the election in October next 1 ... .000? 2 '. flOOO 2,000 Flowers Crayoning and, Pravuig.Trait "fbhna'fWO t1nErbrOf,7.-. ; .WaX. .

qf fidelity"or merit. It.does not accord with with diseases, now unknown ia the State, findus meeting at.San FranqLeto,which was addressed To the Voter of Leon County: IS" 1600 2.50O) 10". 200 $000 F fcrthec iofonoation addm.'D'H.'HENRY..Wat ---. '' _.-..' -. *
78 80 3900
20" 100 2,000i
by.Gen. Foote and others.
lat is at ,war, with the genius of our institu unprepared when the pestilence which FELtow-Cmziss herewith announce myself a 120" 25 4OoO| 18 Approx'n Prixea. 600 r z' Veru'mitJur4e ."
Walker has been defeated 1
at Riyas, losing 80, 8U.- u-u. ':':.'
walked in .darkness and destroyeth at noon candidate for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector ;
tions. That11 abuses have been practiced by lIe 'fled 256 Prizes amounting to.... .131,000 .?
is Local twenty men. leaving important at the ensuing October election and respectfully solicit -
the appointment of foreigners to'places of day"their changes amongst us. long known causes diseases impress in documents. He passed through San Juan your suffrages.. Wtth Respect, > WILL be distributed acoordmg, to the following In, Leon Circuit Court.>.:In Ohanoery '...
upon 4 and unprecedented Scheme in public,at
WM. W. MOORE.J5 DiYoroe.
trust,before'sufficient/! familiar with our constitution their course, and knowing this, let us in the at night* haying first seized.a schooner at the Concert Hall Macon, Qa,under the the sworn super-. : ..BUlTor ;. !

; laws and social or to which, anticipation which prudence suggests,.keepour wharf, and sailed for.parts unknown. ?_, ?" I herewith announce myself as a candidate intendencence of CoL George M. Logan and Ju. A Sarah JaM Piie, '"\
system ,
professional,"lamps weU trimmed ;j" ,medical Walker's party, before leaving San Juan., for Clerk of the Court at the ensuing October election Nebit, Esq. Willias T.Price trio CoIDI I) .. 01. .. '.; \
from ch-cumstarices;. diey4'were Jnnsuited, isprobable. associations indeed burnt the barracks. and request your suffrage Yours Respectfally, The Manager anoonnee his determination tub :s f
TJiiv bnwne.r ** in some respectspqrivescl1wraturalized are lamps" designed, TUOMAS F:WILLI AMB.ur this the most popular Lottery in the world,aod Chal- TT appearing to the aatisfii t a'of the Court that tha/ 1
: in part, to sheds saving light, upon the death lenaeieompafiton tut At/it chenett to draw PriM .1. bore named defendant WT.PrrdoutoftheStateofFkjridafljs :

cite darkness of disease. WASHINGTON, July.24..-The Cabinet has WE are authorized to announce tSAMTJELW. with any other Lottery. '. .' ordered thai bsrr i '

i izensj and arises.not from a defective system Who amongst us can read the proceedingsof come to no 'conclusion relative to the retention WILSON as a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Remember every Prize ia drawn at each drawingand iot of the faetaebargdimvs4dbit1.fcospIaintb.: 1

The American Medical Association of Governor Reeder. Judge Minot has been Court or Leon County, at the.election in October next pay when due in foil without aoy deduction.. bad on the first Monday in. October. '18MpfnT>4 l', .
but froin'jts dmi str tion. It Is .
,. rroneoos appointed Commissioner of Pensions in place AUGUST. !'1865.CAPITAL7$8,000.. that a copy of this order published tat lo barn .
lately assembled (on.its eighth anniversary) priutedTalaiiaf&thospof (hrwmontlta
in both respeeU1 the natural result of placing paper .
in Philadelphia; without a blush and'h conscious of Judge WaWo resigned. Advices from T.j.x. aicBiaDsoH. FLZTOHEK WBITAKEB. before the day appointed for said' hearme.

in the hands of the incompetent; tho distribn- i L.or..shaine for Florida! Every Kansas report.that Governor Reeder refusesto EICHARDSON & WIIITAKER, ArCnauruJ.WAYLFSBAKERJOdgeI ..

tion of recognize as a legal body the Legislature June SO. 1885. Im-fS ._-
public patronage. State, V1U u'u represented f States ickich tcere .' Receiving and Forwarding Merchants -
Upon the subject j of naturalized citizens Ihre territories, long after Florida became a State;, which has adopted the Missouri code. Meetings t I Ten Thousand Numbers. The chances to gain the JuaU e.' Court, rj'j- :
of : 'denounce the Prize in the old combination is 1 in 76076i .
territorifi but the people action of the Capitol plan !
having at present little more NathanM White rSlE dstnds.'aed, { 11vs.
been governed by considerations jus-j than a alexistenceSocieties Associations Legislature as illegal. NEW PORT .FLA. in this 1 in 10,000. Bills on alTsolvent Bauto at 1 1par. I .l. .&k.isistrn.tsd.us.41'"
: .
ce'adt ty.Jiid; have designed to obseire and August 4 tb, 1655. 81 [ Rtgistered money at my rui. John C.Wniianjs and f' hereby ootiihd .. _' 4
Army Navy, all by_delegationsat Whole Tickets f fi; Halve f 2 60; Quarters $1 25. .-
: fte' spirit':of-n\y country's Constitution.- upon that floor,but where. was'Florida NKW O&LBATO, July,25--The Orizaba hasar HENRY M. CRANE .' Drawings sent to all ordering tickets. Orders strict., Virginia to''a'WilliamaJ Justice/f manccaentofrUnituruable hid ait.r'r : '
Court to U
rived from Vera Cruz with dates ; .T.n.:1' q
from the confidential
When memberalpjiC i in'a Where her welfare independence ly
Congress engaged Disregarding own WITHh see on the 9th day of July aezt, and to and'
of 19th ult Address JAMES P.WINTER, appear .
to.the All
steeple chuB to see:who should /propose ear- aud, importance, she.jbas.for theciglith city Mexico was quietin :X0elsozi c3 Oo. Manager,UaCUD. GL pteaq to the same.- Given under my hand and leal "
the "
liect girrfirida; .'aidlvotfl loljd y.to feed time, been jniMfety gncred'. by the capital. June 28, 1855. JW> thia21itdaycfJune.A.Il835... 'q" I .
convened representatives of the". profession, Santa Anna's (4th t'-in.law is aid to be CLOTHING HOUSE -DOIT. crAXEteft ; r At.j : !(,

sttfleririg Irielandfronrthd;. fedemlltreMtirr.'afew throughout.tLeJength and breatjth'of,the bind appointed Mioister.ta. the United States, in 18 COCRTLAND ANDI9 DzT STRUTS.,.NEW. You: Bryant Burahan, Adaa'r tc, ) JQ HamStoo Circuit, Jane .ifefr Sm- J stise of!& esue. r fi

years tnce, pot finding anj warrant for.-c r'aU. inted the place of Almonte. Banta.Anna's family August fitll 18451:* f f "" > Court.. Fifty: Olara.B.;;' "t_tAN !::
would leave .. Junes et at } f
:' on- the 26th in the war steamer '. -- Burnham
it and let uro iA fcub- 1 : r r t ; by
nen" Toted1'against ?
proeedlngs, J sMCiat3onTortBTtigating-H5 py Iturbide "I '. A WAY from obMritfef on the .:!. of
:clamor, exhaust 'itself head ject i interesting to the profession:- nd' beneficial negro
public/ ,
: .upon my is e that Wlliam)Jacksonaid EUaabeth' \ r'
to i&diVi&ti I And aggregate'communities ; Santa Anna reported as willing to make! rTEE Co-partnersnw herstofcre !eisting between 23 years old, five feet uneror"taf racbei fugh;*
ao&) tie Souther Cwtsmt of the Stateof
are residiog'ia
in denmwtatioBB.-' When I learned that theft 8LUSSER, beta this' day dia-
amicable concessions. 1; WHITE'* baa weighs about 18ft Ibc :Coffeeco1ortd has
for the elucidation of pathologic ibscu ties indebted to Florida and & ".Bmnaham m the i Western Cir- spiaaut .
reigu W.W Q..w good faith, declared his solved by mutual consent All persona countenance, antf uu. "scar oa CO.Of:1: sbOTjUlers;"
aid diseases .peculiarly incident )0'lJlat .immediate coit said State, and John Reaves, Mahala Reaves,, ij.
tu make :paymenttoWro. said have been ,
&m requested to
the are : 'eaosed1JT.'te" SI14 Negro '
intentions of citiiflnuhip, 'by't his. foot (.t\mmitt-**. tha 1n-t-t.1 MVM" *I.ri M9WS. tA'ML>Ll*'*#.$ra ST. Louis Julr 24.-Advices from SantaFe.statethat P.Slu&sfcr, aUhe old stand and aU. ?.having. .Anlden.L. _..Boon..__ Margaret-. ,_ J "and_ 'Alfred" '-,iBornbara. ;in, .they was purebased in N&Tembtr fast ft Dr.Joseph Ewmj. t tof

J upon a foreign .shore, in case of ..hipwr ckw1thot2JmthL1tI ,: bt nd.Terli. ryI on medical'lifiaataie, Captain Fontlordy had defeated d .demands against tbe.same will pleue- present I-F- w.8 01..J.. orgiaaaa.1" ewis.*.jjurnnamin># *Sbknowa. .:.-" Montgomery Co.oty:N.. :ll isprobabe{ haVUl.
: : 1 "t.l 4 abroad' educationand, ';State ,roodical l olIeyappoiu- the Utah Indians, killing 40 and.capturjng THOMAS WHIT. : 'h-tt ordwed that said 'deftndhata'armear-and attempt to make hJi-way" fcadt4 R.G.* 1 will gives
retnsining; WM. P. stUSSER. IDtbia
I Books killed. reward of 25 f 1 b oS'snd
5. and
Major one man pr deliv&y'lesa'
ted last month, now at worlc and-wll in ; swer BiU. ottor before the firs4OISy.Norrabarnexl a7pr
lost the:benefit. of his 'proceedings, I: intrpdaeerazid : are! tions still wrvHfiiitio'3': '' .W. *i .iq lI j"i85i.J. .,... ;::_ .T _r.o7. and that tha order be'nbIisbIIn.oine I to me,or busara' iN aeaiesfwss yifafl so that
one year-by.published reports,give to tie profession ; "" -.. him. .t V i .tbktiet'rewmriJ JStfcDars "
; procured"f1 e: jpaiasageof: ,a biOto I in each State, a fund of the most valuable :. Srtck' br.LI'tID- TEfor Saile.A .. newspaper of fiaur within months this prior Circuit to said once time.a week far theapue I for proof I sufficient to convict any%KiUjenotref} lr--.

redress the grievanc These principles have I statistics and information. Special. c' .j '' : .' f fellow' about 22 of '. boring or concealing him. Anyin&rma .
Tbe schr. ,:'Elizabeth .'1 PRIME negro years age per Ae-Ci-'u, J.WA YLES BAKKE, Jodg. "
WiUiazns.J .
Capt. t .
governed rm.l.public conduct and how 'guide I Committeeftion. :prizeypsygistration of fectly aound-aod..healtbr. Enquire at this office Jnly'2a.I8U. 3-4m' I MadMCKJato'a ,-
.births, marriages and deatlia,'mortality.of different below Holt's point, was struck by lighting August 4.j gfT-. ;, ; 8i IC' :' !, -- --&I.$
my opinioom The Constitution administeredin ; bit*yesterday morning ,killing tho mate qnd _L Notioe. -. -: -- -
i S
: diseases, State Botany, its true spirit ,'is: in my'judgment,:'guflj- section'of- this Union' ia represented in stunning,tho' 'steward' and a man. From' 'the" .1Noticc. '4; Oncot PiMsicoui AKD' Otomou B."R.Co. I )ANA WAT frtbsiniber. .t'o" H!! 4

cient ( thBa'protection of all, whether quantity of t smoke in the cabin'it. >vW thought 'TI\R..A. e. MoOANTS has '.eved-to Montiwllo hereby giwi that the Board:of !JLii ..W\ .
or native these committees and every -one to be wgelyl V..aoi maybe //bund at hia office. one door eat ef NOTICE w Direc slant wo Jf igvo Mo-ilamd SAiL -r..o-r.1'
or natnrilijed, (or the redresi'ofaUpolidcalofll'which l bcnefittod bat Florida;.ihe alone in all thatappertains the cargo in the hoht was.pa fro, and, fearingan the Court-House .; the Peneaeola. and Georgia. R.'Ca have. Sam .a duk ttwUtfofafiDni'*bcfeet .Uttt( .t. _..
"expJosion/'the! cargo consisting'mostl of 'l ordered an additional JMtslmgot of lour),p r eecJuon. iaebee high stfoorbtrilt,and shalt"tir oiy-fc ..
ilonUcello, 4,1855. y
; can be reached hu.: to.medical recognition Abroad an dimproveobentibl August .
by rosin and spirits of turpentine;the captain andparCofthS the capital stock of said Company to be paid oa oc be old., Isaac us bw.Ij Ti1i.pZ4ziin*bck 1:
4. man, lYovetr.. : ', State Medical titeritlmS at i isirat r'i'N il -e. Ions the list day of October nezt. By order 'of the. aDd about twenty1 eight W4.d1 .i't {
.. _. St. with 4. jtsn o
. reV.eame to l\Jarka.J.
: .
.Qr. '
home Board. D. W
) is content.tp remain &'wsaywiien\ ;QW YNN, Sec. pjx> tern.Jalyr I will gin FORTY DOLLAWh:
I lure the honor to be, .; ., the pioneers,19 j jeivjii atiQi i first'reached }er4otnaiu 1 the body of the mste,, .l leaving two men in a ALL onsiiaiung Demands against tha estate deceased of :1&5&t ',< -29.'y4', ,0". f rebension and*tofiethen of boch ar3'Is1Iiat 4': '

Your.,.,frfericl. sfcd''senrint d.fO4Qtiug.toiuva4etha I boat f&Viae by.the schooner.. .- P. Larkotf t .riGad'ten County, V, I[ eao get them; orFwingi;; t1- zni t.. -
\sep will take notice thai must'present them LJ *
they A. JF E R s the
1-.t Tha sehr.and burning late p ; apprehension 'tcotiftaedfent of Either of
.a' :D. sTbicKiNsoN.E. :eneeof-beyyst. solitodesVtpitl6io4vil4{ ( cargo were yesterday to the undersigned duly-authenticated within the time I them. ..

cnLRLaz DVJU, Esq. "* beasts :of tor forests and the wat.whoops of aftie rnbon.-: WaJcuttq. Times.Aug. ItLWe' preacibed blav. or this aoJiBf-will[ be plead in bar A'frTbRNEY-At-LAW* :..'Cenf.reyilte. u' .ti "Jm BEN'&0.nas.URGESS.: *',',-.

.,. ,. the aarage.. JVe must all see' toat.the'litne understand tHat the 'vessel. and cargo of their recovery* ; and all persons indebted pai4 es -. ittAittf=, FIJC.V: r- ;' ._t.. .'"" V-T.__i 4

EditorJF.lcfidim t.TM7uzl. i i 1' for hAraon s |ujd general fi tkm has m a.. 1i .J_' .s"or v; tata' be-- .notified. to makeMomidiate tatnis. pract1s-M &tstf Wf'tte Middle Dis- Rail : ., .
gi 4-.J-. :: 4 .. were enure..1.J to the mderltipd 'rnCWAS ItS Yr.I',' WILL RdNot) .:". '"
iv 1 '
'. 0Iczrxc&rri.'I'7ie N Y.: Lk.1iBoA.thoo1y.a : : 3fy boO t' 'thiir' ;Ji ji'ot. Sj- reasonsfor s3.'L it lnJ..4' _"- -Li r. T ; .wid "Augut4,185..I., '31-8. :_ AdnwJ&trator_ '.,; : Office--,aad in tbe Thocoas untyOavr.-!.' ',.' ''! PT order of the Preaidtei Ud:: ci ',I'tIWi'

of the AdWIUWZati&a'NewY.ork, forniingCQchjassociatipos jux ie.'ar as t..U'lI'mnu.. f.O TJU5.lrS1l0'fA..L fT.!0? Gay.RLMnqQtr9Kn T. *- cmw:1h8 or room Capitd/Sdi aktrJ,immectiatcly. 1.) Pensaeok A U.UrIJVBalJ-4 pb"
*" brClei'k! 01 tkaBupvameOourtJnly ,, ., -
ty, [pdt- ite iClrhwbetter kucWiria thr1g ; ; are,toe. Manufactured Tobacco. ,, Siodbldere olu.id R )
O tl1e. t ;"{ ,1I 2J, 1 85 5. la 1)) tri j ..Jlyj*. .w w ..
r ; 28, Hie..eomtoittea Boxes of various brand pay in one per eeDt..ot)8bha..,
'!Ib>tn tJ ti't m4tvitto 1nok&tEi.t oe mitt'* apwte&by- SHALL receive urns 400
.=. -.. LTPqHerC2Jbi1yoa cli h'which: l .. heh Mld. jegLdstntcih&Tdrawnirp a memo rial; 10ff.O pent.. Foitffije acting Secretary of bi' 'f .I&\-" .. t. .
trgIe'1 pray. 1' ,
Well Court in -
I.ltt ... ., & 'f''tI
: .e : .t .00 .00'wiU : + T.:1. 'CI ft
'Iu < > am. .season, oei pow. OA. wav "
11&L _,,' <. -'' ." 1 ,0'. ., ; 1' 1hb, ing 0.1'President__ '. ,_' Kercef tt 2i"':Terapfe''' 'OorernoV d 'yeUfQ.tbJt jn-nMid. .. '-p- fiiiiTi' r: 'L-la t.teJ. n?,W.GWYN1,4auiyb.-Te_.,. S
'"j. :the cdzn.e 1 SO de ofiind
bitW 1bI Ji next session oieal our wpa1 '.a tD4tIDO(1&I..JUOU. .. ? wilt be sold lower tJan'eatnibqaKr eati De laid down abtth< ol$ JiIri.ieth,18u. -f.s.J'4i'. .

j Ij ':. 4 t4 "' J Convention bt.neldiniq ,.enCl '. .:.t..w- ff i for from usual marketa, i //oirfinie'to'Reod! I ITl1iai six 'e, othefle, dnkhed Air ICoid1 ThE. _' 't.; "'I' .. t ,_ _. '...' -" "._
1arp.u the
pU OI ... 4ijkfai tIijJt"l": his adl CJ to iM taIL ..v ,RAKIQBLKawWt. : UMOU ;or prem- flat ,, 1I': f.,. :
tr4' l. x lied b s}-- stite-ukie tL"ordjagaina1tbe i; hIs pcpweraten.L.a;- a oeaav&ai .1MeocIluon w 4 J of"_ ''., fQr V s.pdyrozxpvst .. .fft fT-'>Angust. .F i _{ :, :. Tbo; 'iII..1Io... 'J"&erJM. .. Pei Wii. -R.:'M' :"!'

t-' '4 p.- Tnot a !and tkire beocc ed,, t ..Jtt J.rI.'Tr.. 't"1 tr 1 i 't'" kp1t IJ !. tiihr': d 'ii( I.Y. Gv } I tth iaCII."t- i o J J.
JelJ1.JtMer..nit __ __ _".. _-_. ..,, ,.... ... t bt f. '
L.-bL. 'ha_":11c1 have &Io1ZlT .bf oranJzefdtt4i J 1! 1d/-JDember:.tI -.- -.rr _._J or ;..c.t.r. 1 cyJ* qyittth 1xi4 W .

when-II UL &llagb&itl 1" .ij"'i.tI tUta J I Council in Kansaj.'foitn yjo' irgmia;\was .. i r BIRCHETT dt DOWHIHOt Slnsser, next door to D.ii.4.m.s'Dn'I ,. 4 .

u3t he ie&d. QI'he.q \ th MfqI6 *il1ry.objeetv ).be.a. !aoin dbeaire'rjof the.mehioalt.Preiidint 1flOJ II-i-LAW:,J inl.ib .ct1Wft. .13311-' ItaA10 rr ht i18 W d" .

to it-. tbu .r'I:hI tM\-w athei mt..put to 1..11:bWj'. iz ff.m.iW: I Pierce,;! reqaestingJoQ vVrnor :teed ? 're.i .:'.. .dW.v la&ll.ueel ...,:,-.. ':; .",, !J t.i./>rJ.lv-..' .I- : t
"! J.t'I.HIC3I.IZ-o.BtJ--: .
htl Qjtf rewer 'rj>rol blr expected a'Wi. 7m 9tJ = : $ t.::f *, f '-'. y.1 *5 ; fz, #.r;W.MJUN ?otfI.Q.mX 1it t\ IUTILL t to 'A.1I : 1n i. ,.'
th : 9""Je : "'HtI
I iLl
; m ei&_ ? w-- '. $ 4& "t; f ty In Jtfi&4gw&tare1It ..u.rOotdol z ? tt1.'irir&
Fdjd not* for we nr; er jet v fiStfp t w W OwCvUVB ffi i afioli*&1] I I- n } 10111ro& ) t ; stAent, and.it isthoug ,.rY: vpro at ":.ekioa before,Ooagresi aod the Mt- ::iNY 1i ', '11 cooi. .t tcfl; ;1, : '. ):.,... :

: : .11 ." th'tle aio tail iW .isd ivpfi'j. .. :,.toad at J,tI.U D. ; .If. *.9. ; .;_ _
tion Journal ffcit duo"appToacB*the" .i f'JI\Op tAt1' !''e ,Tr b .! .t "f OepastOMbtii'* l ; &vr ( "1 .I: .-.f"
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,' 'f4 lAfJ! :muD '1 o' AGE fI.-lioW; I1COlAty,fr..ldtartT&r
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ux..i; 1 : .Di: T 1'U .:' bft.BJ: AMES -Lj *perfect fakir 11. ...__L. JWM& _. tl O 1 ,
; I f.Leoa r. .r'J/mw
.: ;M TI, J 11'181C." Lc. .-D.. :i. 1 J.'tl .\.1. : )WSWati. .It wltf in a hort-tnas'restore tbbsfr t ,1 I ,r 8i' \ .awqs" ". t : 'I"u1 "
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;. ,. ""'. hScJi:hat becptnegrty permanently to its origwn It.tAN p ; Sirtrt htff f l,1ttJOi p 'Le Bi-.3 Ji-,
,. ... ITALLAH4EB ljeto jbTingSjil out where i it ia gone and-,armta ,wo doers Wow HiDydgair* Bade 8 tore,where 4iy, ,Irid _. :
_____ t TCST-RECEIVED-- from-New,York a ,1wPPIl oj coifAtE'L, ,. it where ui1t3Wng.oft-cican .the head of the dandruff wfll'be ready At *H'lime to do;every description# (., A' ,R CMBKEr J- [ ,tii 1" S

J *f Dra&.j MedJefaeSjjPjunt*,:l;'Vmdow. VV ar u..e'l.r an3 it/'tmoy ,a1J] cuneous .eropUoDS,and ren- work b,their line.. ChronoouUr > .Pate&tLav- ( '!MffiRdHANtT riiLo J JDBALEX l'l' tiM .. rtJI.IiIA" -
the eetlytJ by 'the .. er.CUodei-i' Vertiael Watches repaired, l fat
t Iaae.g } o 1 ders scalp pe restoring common : :, j.
'..t...IY'-. ..S :4 ,,..fUMU.y ., etiTe organs to tbefr origieal' yigor and atrengtb and at the shortest notice* also job and clocks of every IN R ADr MADENOWrtcshfagaftheweU 'CLOIflXd' .tIn. ) j ( _" '.

-tao- .i t:: f -_ '. -- tbua supply nutriment *nd coloring matter to t_ description.-.By strict' attention to business,they are ''ODuZluiJlt'"Ft'bIsm1fO-' 'l "ftttWt".L '

: lS..00 ASS;:.Siupu.Qui6ioeTsjrr Bratxl' ., To COTTOW Puixms end other cf tht* end tAU-. It does not color the hair,'but is,in short a; perfect determined:"that none Mall go away diatatitftd.* kw OWitM fQ''I ,..

;' ,1009*)ba..Epsom S&1ta.;. joining Jouidlt,itt Thiie end Georgia: Hair invigdrator and Tonic. N. B. Good work Hone and Boggy for isis at.6month's : A StiBmafl; : .. I # '. ,
2000. *.Glauber dd C To the who so much admire the beautiful credit t"I_ j. -
the sub crjbr 'i tu young. assortmeotof BaperkrJUsjdy, ClOUJg.UrnI.b, o
:flOOCMrOi1o1) : underttgoed to you CySsiS
0. CO.
feela.Utat be will be
lock sad ringlet, pnrdoned if
-I most grateful tknljo: thev Jiberalpatrona ieg .Goods, Clelbs Cussimeres, .Vesting*, fca aoa .
#, :cIIAmp :.:.: ,q March l tf' 12 ), '
the "advice ) U. 1855.
be offers suggested bj long'study and *
extensive *
'wo "_ a which haa been bestowea. jUPOO us, through : : poeed.in iIri of the following.articles. ; r1 **; *
5j ." "r ,N6&F* ,. your kindness, since we have' been .engaged ifl tie observations Js'to'18Card all eofogne and 'FiDe B1ak-..ek Vo .I r' .. J .>.. ".. .
20 IniOi : NewFaUand Winter G OdL .
a2 '" Bbit; ..'.: ,' .' S Cotton Storage Weigbingaad Selling Buaipeas inUhis stimulating oils for the hair.and keep al way*upon the ''II ,Blade'aod 'card'Single1'Basted Frock and .A. ,
SOO e ,
toilet A hot:.. of the. restorative occasional
.' and offer service the use, !IBnsknsa Conts ?
city we again our ensuing.sea-; ALLIiossi Akivie.I.end'uhb r.-
1 White L ad
.i 5'25 7Ettt Kegso N ,. son at our old .stand and hope .that our:duty id the and -we tan safely predictthat henceforth silver l leeks DAVID C. WILSON Fancy Caasimere 1 d.. do. doM : .1gxtE4 ;. ,
bOo **' Pure- "' performance of your business heretofore has .been so and bald beads: will unknown: for although the Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats. ,t .T..n- DoekI1mbeeniMictedfor.crtyysar.-.t ,
Uossom the cheek the dark now receiving from the brigs RemJDgtooWi. IdIi
roe. _
'". 'ZincPaint discharged as to secure your)patroesgeWand influence may upon IS Black Doeskin' Pants. ;
r 50 ::' in the future. Very Respectfully; eye be ever so piercing,aad the fteth those of peari other vessels his usual supply of Fall and Fapcy and Cord Oassbnere Pants, d techl..ID&a.' ".
Ibs. Fire" Proof Paint
1tI; : 1000 BROOME still if the natural fluids be I withheld from the hair Winter Goods-all of which were selected by himself S Black and
& HEIR.SepteIQber Fancy Silk Vests,
J 100 Bdxes Window Glass assorted iH! A krgeassortment the moat favorable ** .
and in. it becomes first dead and harsh in New York,and purchased "
SO, 1854. 99Admistratox's : con Fancy Velvet .do. corny-legs r.t;JD I I iot
of Painter's materials-Brushes, Ac.D. then grey or falls off; nature will be robbed of more terms, many of them at reduced prices which will enable M .. do. Cashmeres had Cogo eo ntcsnd bIS .,

,I : .*JL AMES.May'SG than half its 'charms; and althougb it is a sovereign him to supply his customers and all who nay fa White Marsaflles do. D.J3. shove'the k3W JA 1'-4, .. '
Notice. fraiated about
: : : 1835. SI remedy for those whe are .gray as well as those who tour bin with a call either for cash or approved -ALSO- oatlaWp
I eaWS!
--- ALL persons having demands against the estate of are bald, still all see the propriety of making only credit,'at prices certainly as low,Hoot lower than A fine assortment Shirts OoHan. Cravats'Black from knee to my foot .'

T .; Hardware.' Gallery, Guns, Nails !nhardt Loeb,late of Jefferson deceased. will such an application to the Lair' and scalp as i is calculated any house in this city. They i in part consist cf White and Colored, Kid and Silk, Gloves self adjusting deal sores of offensive my mailer Jily,"sad< '

: Shovels, &c. take notice that they t must present them to the undersigned to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state. Fancy staple Dry Goods, tionery, Stocks Cotton and Merino .Under-shirt Jeans large biles ..wfejeh dscbsrged IIUIti" >:'

fTHE Subscribers iarite the attentjon of Merchants. duly authenticated within the time 1 prescribedby From tht Editor of ttit Real Estate Advertiser 27 Boots and Shoes, Drugs and Perfumery, Drawers. Brown,Fancy Cotton and Lisle Thread 4 and at the'same time my :left-4 ..
;! J. ork. to therr stock of goods em law, or this notice will be plead in.bar of their re School-Street. Hardware Saddlery, Hose, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs all raz.dac;Marly.f.D rl1.Ibw. .'

.. hl'*ei itingeY TJjey in the above line, particularly COTery; and all persons indebted to said estate are BosToN, March 20,64. Hollow Ware, Groceries of which are offered to the public oo reasonable! terms .H Tb mieerJthatIbavesuffcrsiIky..Ieaotdeaibstoyw. ; ..'i'r
', adapted to the Southern trade, which they are hereby notified to make immediate payment to the Crockery & Glass Ware Iron and Steel and warranted as goed as offered In this MarksL. .. 1 th.
aoder E E. Prof.Wood: Dear Sir-Having beedtoe premature. _. .
sgoed. BLACKBURN Hats and and .
prepared to aeU at low prices for Cash or approved Caps Bagging Rope Call and examine.November4
12 1855. 19 Sw Administrator.Administrator's ly quite gray, I was induced some weeks since to ::.
(t .r Credit STOW & SMART, May Bonnet and Trimmings, Paints,Oils ic, ck 1854. In October Iu lOG br '
mate trial of hair restorative. I have used less ra1. IDe Get"_
1 158 Pearl Strand 94 Water BL New York. Men and Boy's Clothing, .
., 1. June 23, 1855. 25ra Notice. than two bottles, but the gray hairs have all dies P October a. 1854. 41 fifotict. tl.f wrappers; 1Ie.4 It, and 1bobdne t4."
'and although hair has not fully attainedits wood fol tUne perfcrtMd by.j ar It js.ailow
: monfts alter date, the subscriber, late Sheriff eared; my MONTHS after date, the radenifened admin Dock tad .1.
4 SIX original color, yet the processofebange is gradually Florida Hotel SIX Sszispa'illa'f.euus ud .t'.-
..: In Cnanoery. Leon County, and Ex officio Administrator of going on, and I have great hopes that in a short time tof the estate of H. B. Bradford deceaaed Ue* of it,'and eotameoeftj tAo ft. la two .&. '

.jj 'p. tn tkt Circuit Cturt of the IRddlt Circuit of Flor the estate Jennette Patterson, late of Leon County, my hair.will be as dark as formerly. I have also been MONTICKLLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY. late of Leon County,wiD exhibit hill final account to mtwo p.nW-tDt f1Z1 OM tIJ _
: f ida. In Leon Couaty.t' deqeased, will exhibit his accounts and vouchers before much gratified at the healthy moisture and vior of undersigned gives notice to the pub and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Leon I could 1leaPheIl D.a Ak I W not doN".
4 lyi the Hon.Judge of Probate of raid County and apply THE County and auk to be .
Andrew S. Qarr ct alii, *) the hair, which before was harsh and dry and it has fA that he baa refitted the Hotel in discharged. yean., I 'e 'iJswn.._
fur final from the administration of said EDWARD
a discharge .
:# *.." f ceased to come out as formerly. Monticello, formerly kept by Cape New. BRADFORD. bad nearly all My.cut-.a.il%,_ .
estate. A. .
,4a J Lewie Cortfc& Nathaniel! Thurston,ct altL 1 )] fitb 1855. 18 6m Respectfully yours, D. C. M. RUFF. willJbe prepared receive visitors by 18th April 14,185S. 15 6m. chantment. :I have now esed b 5fligLt bsttliais(.

1 on the Slit day of March last in an _:May CHICAGO May 1, '54.-I have used Prof. Wood' of November. The house is now in thorough repair NoticeS yourTM Extract of Ydknr Dock aDd 8ampariSsudI

) WHEREAS Decree rendered.m this cause by j Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It preventsthe and will be so managed as to promote the comfort of .DOW eoa iiys.1f welL.
.. nIt Hon. L Wayles Baker, Judge of the Court afore; Bounty Land Warrants, hair from coming out, gives i it a gloss and soft. guests and boarders. Attached are good stables i hereby given that at the next session of the General entreat aU of tb. afflicted to try IrIf&iDl.'

t t*. it w Wayamong ojjier things ordered as follows: u THOUGHT at the highest price, and procured ness very desirable. The few gray hairs I bad have where every attention is paid to horses. Terms aa Assembly of the State of Florida,to be held for I believe it will;curt *ny known ctiaaMi.at.

.. And it u further ordered and decreed, that all PI JO for those who have not been able to establish j entirely disappeared. Others of my family have usedit moderate as at any other Hotel in the country. A at Tallahassee b November next application will be .. Lay aaid ill.the prvjodie vxlhol tn ft

t pcrsotis hating claims, debts or demands, against the ii their eUims. If any have received a less amount. ,and concur with me i in pronouncing it all it professes share of custom is respectfully solicited. made to amend the Charter of the City of Apalachleoht I and proclaim i great wottli to.la6erioc iaakW ud

s.j: sad; Aparaohicola Land Company or to or upon the than they were entitled to. let me know it. Having to be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Avenue. C BLESS B. F.NOURSE. ) entreat them to tak. if for It win euro them

:; S lands known as Forbe's Purchase or any portion of had tow wo vears exnerience in the oroeecution and .Monti no. October 28. 1854. 1 y 4* H TAYLOR, }. Myea** _en bon In a larj* portxto tt Bo &

: the said lands do present the same with the evidences settling Go'erurnenclaimsI understand fullj the raor. WOOD'S ORIEXTAL SATIVa: LINIMENT. --- .-- -- -.- -_. .- .- .- S. BENJ5ZET. j garItu Georgia and Alabama 1 and if aar MW
.. t ..4 thereof,to Hogh Archer;Jr.. Eq one Of Uw Masters ways and means of getting through the various Departments This Liniment is a valuable auxiliary to the treatment AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO. -Apnlachlcola.' April 23. r28.1. 1855. 17Ctmnitttf. .doubt to* a eye cure,I favite them to call M ma,tad

.,p ... of his Court, at his office in the City of Tallahassee at Washington. I have in my possession of some of the most formidable disease with THE undersigned, Agent of the above Company,, Leon Iron Works I will show them the seara. 1 eaabcCMndbTaQapooa
icj m or before the first day of October next, and that :. record evidence of 236 Florida 87 Alabama 120 which it is our lot to contend; fur instance: inflAma. receive applications for and make insurance County Co,AUbarna, ooe m from Stcrt'i Fiery

y .; tile said Master tike proof of and ascertain and report Georgia besides South Carolina and Tennessee Muster lion of the lungs and bowels. By a thorough and con. against loss by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA RINAJAH UtT01

1 upn! the validity and amount of each and every Rolls of persons engaged in the Florida War. If you tinued application of this Liniment over the regions of Furniture,Merchandize, Ac. THIS Establishment is now in full operation. All' The Yellow Dock and SarrtparQla k !

.. of such cTaiffiSj debts and demands. An) that the have any Quarter Master. Pension or Bounty Land the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseasesare January 29. 1861. 4 B. C. LEWIS. will be attended to with promptness and dapted foe females of dalkaU tMtltb r a1&.iDr .6.a

4: Mid Master do summon before him, such of the said Claims, call in. No charge if I obtain no money. at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, all work done with neatness and dispatch.All irregularity meostrnal diseharjta.and othar iftum

7 =:1 claimants or creditors or their agents, as he shall ascertain C. H. BLOOD.N. particularly among children, and thousands of mothers DR.,LEWIS, kinds of work,soch aa Steam"WorkJdiU Work peculiar to their MXTb proprietor baa D u.,

p ... or be informed are within this State, and give B. Persons with unsettled business with himself were they allowed to speak, would with all the : RESIDENT DENTIST. Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw'Machinery, session a great Dumber of ecrti&ab of turet ,

..I notice by advertisement to be published} in two news-. or A. Richardson are iuvlted; to call without delay at eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united TALLAHASSEE, FLA.IIftIS Shafting Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings Bras i formed of tM above dcaeriptfea We:. &**
'::> 4 papers published in this State and in one published ini. I myoe (over Messrs. Button t Whitaker's Store,) testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children Artificial Teeth the Casting, &.; also Sugar Kettle, of any .in kept: ffieted. that a bottle fir two of'Dr. OvjMod'*'Xairaet
f the City of New York to all slaimants or creditors in Tallahassee, Fla. from the very jaws of death and restored themto now inserting on constantly on hand. All work done in such +tfbliio- of Tallow Dockaad SanaparfSa will at OM ranlal*
:' '. Jo-pvodao their demands and be examined toueltiag 5y*BOUJTTT LANDS Act March 3, IB55.-Agents their former bealtb and beauty. Again it will be new and improved principle with meat will be done by us. with a particular regard ut thoM difficultiesand. J renew tIe aatura1enszids.tM. .

i."t. t I Ch 8' earcc. And that any person or persons appearing who prepare cases sent to our address, will charged found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is gums, from one side to the the strength and din ability of the work. Put op in quart bottle-Prie.$1 per UttU.UD .

:4 :: before hb! >*on.such reference, shall be at librty only 9Z for increase, 100I for new cases for our fee, ally known as an g11e Cake, or an enlargement gener.of other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the Competent Workmen always in readiness to pot op Sold WboksakaodJUtaUby8COYIL
j Warrants. Forms and Records lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly A CHABTBX9 ST V. 0
to-oouteat th claim-or demands of any other pjer- for procuring their the ,indeed in all cases where the external Engine Ac. MEAD. 111 ,
;,-i.. NIl or person.;.acJ. that.eti aob. creditors or claimj on h/tAd. spleen is of service, this Linimeut will be found useful application life like, and restoring the original contour of the face, Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for General Agents fOr the Boc&ra Btab* to wlwoi
). .& FLA. so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls all order oust be addmed.OT .
.. j 2H shall nofcoia*jnsd prove tteSr m&a by C. H. BLOOD TALLAHASSEE cash or accepted order on some business firm in this
i :: b.* time a1170 limited or neb futther; tine as the ALEX. EVANS PILO?. WOODS VEGETABLE MAGIL LIKE FILLS. Setta can obtain all information letter. Town 1M Sooth.
Master abalr" fcf that porpee. sball.e! March U. 1855. 13 Bin necessary by Brass. idat one'Agtoey in every
"I-: '.' bid from the benefit o{i*decree LQb"naO 7th* BUSSFIELDM..y SO,'53. Prof. 0.J. WOOD:-Dear He will warrant, in eveiy instance satisfaction, and All letter moat be addressed (poet paid) to February 24; 1866. : S Bn
to the cause : a J. JL SHINE &.Co.T1kh.aeeTh.
oea.; ont lOCh persons not perU Andrew S.Qanr.II it. ) Laos Circuit. U Qaotary. -
f\:\ I .11 eorfltJa before the said Mailer Lo pT<>Te tbtir, WilUamM&rvia ) years, jour Vegetable Magic life Pills, we are prepared for.June 24. 1854, 25 March 11, 1864. 10 '*. "> ..
tnas1Tebeforebeiag admitted to do so, to sign; 1 i. 1 IOn to recommend them to the public as superiorto LewIaCurtIsetol. ) .

r.?: pf deliver to the Mid Master a stipulation tocontnbote Riciarf. Bradford A'dm'n.f}:BilLofLvgtRead&c all others and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor WHITE &, SLUSSER PIB.BItOKAW'S.hilly TT appearing 0 the Court by afSdarit oiad b this

..4.J ,and to the complainants their proportion of J': For settling the which they are recommended: liD Sill ITIILI' JL case that UM following named daisodanto.in the
; pay B. B. Leajjb, A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albro, P. Jacobs Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ,
: tie of the suiti the amount so to be paid to And affaire of said Copper, above ease reside Out of OM Stats of Florida'and mt
to the amount Estate.On Orin BnueX Spencer Sussell, Edward Gilber, John Tin Sheet Iron Brittania Ware. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. of the Middle Circuit
bo&etaed by the said Muter according Richard H.Bradford, AdmVAc. 4 Japsnfd. Florida sad b UatbeniuaAcr pl* -
r'i of their respective chums as presented.N .of Leigh Read, dec'd. Lucien B.Sweet Elias R Sweet. John HUCD- 4 ... designated,T: B.ard B.Ogdse Ab.1 1'

rl .t I "" fore, in pnrsdaoce of said decree notice is ",. raft Nathaniel Gilmore,James H.Pine, Wm.Johnson, Cooking, Parlor and Wood Stoves. W r i itus Proprietor would !* e Anderson and Stephen Camtrelctig..rtilde b the

hereby given to all person having claims, debts or WilliaM Marvin, WilliamBailey )Cross Johnson Williams,G. Lawson C. Farrar D. Lander. received all trimmed and in complete' JL form his friends and the State of N.w York; Cbarlea Blade who raid**alba

if* .. 1 d4Siaads agahat the Apalaehioola Und Oumpany, or and his Wife, and Bill Paor. WOOD:-Dear Sir:Having used, and experienced JUST of the latest improved patterns andS 'WipubIie, that be has rebuilt his, State of Looiaiaoa; Charlotte E.Gtddea, thor:. f.
M the effects of your Vegetable Hip Life large Brick Stable, at. the old stand and is now
Forbe's Purchase Geddea Eric William
W or the Lands known as other ? and will LeaGe Mary Maittrtt LtaSa
-f for sale at reduced
I. opoo prices, defy com
ei&iate the eoanbes of Franklin Gadoden,Leon, and Pills in my &mHy, I will say that as a family medicine prepared to accommodate his friends and customers Charlotte dimming Leafe Eleanor 8joebur _' .
pursuance of a decree ef the Hon. .Judge of Le cannot be valued too I have used petition for Deatoeto, durability and service. attached hu Black-
Wakulla b the State of Florida to present the same IN they highly. H. also has to Stables a good Janet Leslie or Dnnbar, Alary I.eslisw Cuoersa,
.. witb the evidence thereof die mtdersigned, one of Circuit Court made on the 8th day of February them in several bilious attacks and inflamatiooa, and House Work. smith Shop where be will have have dene all kind*of Helen Leslie or Brown,Margaret Van &r1e or siN.
L t 1855, m the cauee aforesaid, I do hereby give notice I will that their virtues cannot be too highly Heads for Plantation work Horse shoeing, sod Carriage work m '
the Masters cf said Court at his office in the thy of say appreciated Roofing Gutters Guttering William LeaEe Imbaeh,Bales Cimunbr Ihe d"
L' ** ..,J Tallahassee on or before the first day of October next, to all persons having chums against said estate of Leigh for in every case they have speedily triumphed Tin conducting Pipes, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead Lead the very best manner and with promptness and dispatch. Margaret St Clair Black who r sjdt b oreM;MIl
.A otherwise they will be barred of all benefit under the Read to file the same for payment as far as the assets over disease, and hence I fuel in duty bound Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop Work of every description I I I Walker Aadenoo who rta&e b t&e WeatenC&Mrit.
said will extend within six months from this
g .1 of estate to recommend them to all. and November g, 1853. 44 '
f4* Decreds rendered or to be rendered b said cause. They operate perfectlyeasy done with neat deepatdI.City Florida.
HUGH ARCHER Jaif ., date that a final-disposition of the same may be had producing no uneasy sensation, yet their opera- and Country Merchants will find it to their ad- It is ordered that said -' *. tie appMKaod

aster in Chancery. and the administrator released from said admin ltra. tion is thorough; and I am satisfied that nothing more vantage to give them a call before purchasing else Wines, Syrups, Ac.OLD answer the bin of complaint filed b.this eaae, Hat is

.;, .J I 16 1155. 21-17w. tion. in most cases is necessary than these valuable pills, where. Otard Brandy, Worcestershire Sauce. to say the said above oaaed rlifsnihnra !wk rtaide
.1 J3gT; The, Wakulla Times;Florida and Journal HUGH ARCHER Jt C7rvt, to perform a speedy and triumphant cure.Respectfully t3f N. B. All our articles are manufactured from Port Fresh.. Lobster, out of ttm State bat in the United Statea,wHbb few
and Special Matter in Chancery.Feb Yours, frc, and warranted durable-no Madeira, Shad months from the ILlS srd tleoV
." ., Commerce, N. Y, will publish day of < the very best material poblicatioa r;
.October and send accounts to weeCti11at *_ary 241855. 6m J. B. SANGER.O. other will be offered for sale. Sherry, Clams, fendanta above named who reside fa Zn p. wIth
'. ; '. J. WOOD 4 CO, October 21,1851. 42 London Porter, HaHIbut aioe month from the poblicntk of this ..ud

Plantation for'Sale.. LIME. Proprietors, 695 Broadway, New York. Scotch Ale Sardines, the defendant who resides to the Western CSrtwt
f : 50 BBLS.in fine order,landing from brig Acorn 114 Market Street, St Louis.D. For Sale. Brandy Peaches Touatoe Ketchup, within two months; provided. that pdbfieatb offii

: : THE subscriber offers fweale.ius plantation lying and for sale by H. Ames, Agent Tallahassee, Fla small Farms in Wakulla County containing Brandy Chenses, Walnut order be made once a week for the tune abort Ibutod
miles east
.. : Jefferson County FLu 221 McNAUGHT 4 ORMOND. February 10, 1855. G FOUR 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and Guava Jelly, Spices for the appearance of the defendants above naatd

.... .. on the bau lint sail b'the vicinity of hundred Wau- Newport February 3, 1855. 6 out houses on the same. Enquire at this office. Currant do. Pickles, who reside b the United States, and oae a tooeth tat

.I ieenah. The Plantation contains about nine JOHN W. EVANS 14,1854 41 Preserved Quince, Raspberry Syrup the period above limited for the appearaose. of the
under cultitivation ,
'-vi : of laad,more than half of winch is GEORGIA Pears, Strawberry defendants above named who reside m Earopc"
; and nearly all under fence. There is on the I ATTORNEY AT LAW, New Establishment. Ginger Lemon AT CJUKDYU .

'j'.aeru place a comfortable Iud roomy framed Dwelling LOY DTIITQTL BAINBRIDOE, CEO, Sparkling Gelatine, Ginger J.WATL B BAKES: Jadjt
4: ; Howe, Gin House Screw, StaUes Barns and all other MARIETTA. WILL give prompt attention to all business en DYEING SHOP, &0. Flavoring Extracts Pine Apple March 10. 185&. 4m laKer.4 10
necessary out building...th quarters for forty or to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, Spanish Olives Salad Oil

r. fifty negrees. Any person d three "
'.: ; property will please caH and examine. UisfpremiBes, months each the fir eorameoeiog oo the February 17, 1855. 7 tf Claret, bparklmg Cider, .-eS tMe tavMa" HH f
.. 2 and can lean the teams of ale by application to the 20th of July nod ending oo the 20th of December; Bank and are now. prepared to execute with dispatchand Tobacco. Old Port Juice PETER LORILLARD,
mbscriber on 4ke place. Possession will be given to the second commencing oo the 20th of February and m good style all kinds of business in their line. Havana D. H. AMES.
.. eo soo a* this present crop u gathered.AwSyeoonio ending on the 19th of July. They served a long apprenticeship to the trade in November 11, 1816 45 Ho.43, CHATHA !8ISEET HZWT02X,
4';' WM. GORMAN. The Cadets are divided into four College &- ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TAILAHASSEE, FLA. Europe, and thoroughly understand the business and OUCCESSOfia of. Prm Grow LOO .''..

;:, ; May U. I8S5. 8maOAdministrator' The Annual Commencement takes place on the Wed- LONG&J.B.GiLBRAITIJbaveassoci-- are prepared to carry it oo in all its departmenta/ Notice offers fcr. all kind of BirUTFCOSiofetwralme. sad TQA
v. before the 20th of .1. They pretend not to be able to make new alothas oat For partJealan,' tPrin Oamteanbeohtaloedbya&hesalna.above.
C1i Notice. nesday July.ACADEMIC vi. ated themselves in the practice of Lav They ea-partoershipof TUNNO PINCKNEY k
*! and color
of old cues, but they can renovate hats eapa THE I .
:rt 1::4I STAFF. will'attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme .having been dissolved, the subscriber will I !
rpHE subscriber baTing this day taken out letters dresses and thoroughly cleanse all aorta of clothing, t.Mu.nf"| ODe cUbs oldest of the kjod.fa Uw .U MStatea
1 ; g Courts and the District Courts of Use United continue theFACTORAGE" .
;'..;.' JL of administration on the estate of Solomon Pip- Col.A. V BRUMBY, A. M, Superintendent and woolens cottons linens aud silks-in short, they can '
._' M*.late Washington County deceased, hereby notifies Professor of Mathematics. States at Tallahassee. extract stains from every kiod of cloth repair, cleanse COMMISSION.BUSINESS 17. 1855. 1-ly
r!* .;1 all indebted to said estate to come forward Capt. SAMUEL JONES, U. S. A, Commandant of Office opposite the Court House. and polish anew such articles aa usually belong to 1 1&diet.s on his own account B Q. PINCKHEY.Jr,

: ,t. and persons settle with the undersigned immediately, Cadets and Professor of Engineering. October 28, 1854. ly and gentlemen's toilets. All their work will be Office, Noatn COXKXSCXAI. WBar0 New Good.

c H. 'V1. aad.aU creditors legatees.and persons entitled to dis- Mr.V. H. MANGET, Professor of French History&e. warranted, and they hope by attention to business to HAVE jOlt rieelv.J.fII7TiJ1I.M'1 W

tributioa.m present their claims, and demands with DR. J. C. LEE merit the patronage of the community in which they REFERENCES. II sum Clethe casiiess,Y.i(1 .

.'?'i 1 in two rears from the date of this notice or they wUl Mr. W. H. HUNT, A.Y. Professor of Chemistry his professional services to the citizens have cast their lot. Theirlerms will be cash and reasonable IKOKABAM & Walt JOHN Prim &. Co. every color;,1.and ky Y' Lam.
--4 be barred of reoove JANE PIPPIN, and English Literature. TENDERS and its the various as the times will admit Ladies and gentlemenare prepared to make op io the- J"
1. :. ':'1 y. Administratrix.Jims Mr.J. GOODWIN, Professor of Drawing. vicinity, in respectfully invited to call and ixamine their GOCKDDT,MATTBixsaxa & Co. abort notice and! reasonable &eI1DLALSO '
of his He be found at all
profession. can Charleston September 9, 1& S4 tf '
W.T. Assistant Professor of Math-
.1 BLACK -
".1 .t::., D, 1868. .3-8w times, when not professionally engaged at the Moot workMay -
L-l.; ;1 ------ -- ala; I cello Hotel Copartnership Notice. A LASOX AND WXXJ

r : Groceries. Cadet R.S. CAP Assistant Teacher.A. I January 18, 18:11. 2 6m* Executor's Notice. undersigned have this day entered into a co- READY-MADE.CLOTHING,
New Orleans 11. D. THE '
T USTreoeive Wm.R.Pettis from 1 CCNNELL Surgeon. YSW.
-1 : fj bls.per Floor The Institution is tinder the direction and manage.iestofa persons having claims or demands against or m theWHOLESALE Cooswtinff of .ve( y garment nt4Ii.Ot
7$ superfine At K
2 s 50 extra family Flour Board-of Trustees in conjunction with a MITCHELL & STEWART, ALL. interested in the estate of Matthew J. AND RETAIL neb aTcioaka,Talmaa,.Ooala, VeaU, bats- .,

4 ;i : Board of Visitor appointed'by the Governor of the Allen lately deceased, whether as creditors, legatee which will be disposed ofsttzl&Also1
c Lhdsi$agar, Da.IJ"p&csr: ; .OoftUnderahirta ,
f ATTORNEYS Ian*lot ef FWn end fiasj Sb&ta
!. U IS Sides State. .. AT LAW, or distributees, are hereby required to present themto a .
.I t of the last will and testament UNPRE TUB NAXK AND.STYIJS OF ,Cravata,Stocks Hosiery fe t*
*' Shoulders, By an act of the Legislature of this State the Institute the undersigned, executor
;;_ p_ 5 M Plain Hama. has received from the General Government 140 JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, of said deceased, or to Archer fr Papy, his authorized ., BARNARD & MAXWELL. Those desiring atborocjh ._ witTeeeJiHfWi(
I 5 tierces Sugar cured do. Cadet Muskets and accoutrementa and a field Battery WILL, practidls? all the Courts of the Middle attorneys'within two years from this date ;! own interest*by giving me a*H,.u afl 0* Urj t*
.II in Columbia and Alachua in the tem will be to their ticlee have been ealeeted witk &vid mrs, sad w
bbk.Whist six pounder Brass pieces aod two or this notice will be pleaded b bar of their recovery; pleased ace
,;w 10 Molasses ey OOda2S'Howitzers. Circuit and io the adjoining Counties of Georgia.Mach24,1855. and all persons indebted said estate will please 1THEY and patrons.at the old stand lpecial YJn Co tbeit ada i tW a.
tf 13 of the IOWl'.rJU.WJU11
-2 w Mess Pork and the Commandant graduate make immediate payment ,Jrign Kortar.OJI'o

2 boxes Lemons, of West Point and as both of them have had ROBERT Q. ALLEN.Executor. I and Cbaton streets ,when October Si, 1854. 41.I I j a II -it

: ., J Stmur cored Tongues keg experience as.Omoers and Teachers the public A. PERRY AMAKER, April 21,1855. '8w 16 they,wiJl keep a full and general.assortment of articles DRY.GOODS !. MY ..GOODS'
:: ; f M best Spanish Segars may be assured, that the government, discipline and appertaining to heir baa of business and solicit

Ir WO lbs best lolI" Butter course studies ef the Institution will be strictly en 1 TTOalllY AT LAW Blackumithing. the pationaeo of their friends and the_public.E. A WHITASSRar.mRiclr.JIII''
: yFt&l. by BERRY ROWLES. forced. -. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. .A TTACHED to my Livery .. .. Jm- 'geaenl ajeort eBt e. .O.eiin ,

::.' March *1. 18&*. 11 TERMS. May 21, 188. 2d =: J\ Stable is a Blacksmith Shop O. TROUP,MAXWELL. Fall and Winter tvlea.Tk:
j ,.. Tuitioo Board Washing, Fuel Lights. Mails sod ; in which all kiods of work'appertaining February 1, ((4.) 18"MoCarthy's 6 Kad FtaoehIoeikb; .leak Lbs .

; 'i Most ApproTe Corn mill I in, Use. all other contingent expenses, per session of five D. P. HOLLAND to that busmen is done in good style, at abort .Gins.OK Fey Trench Caaaimem, Brebd adBrVI> eitMFaaey *
moot in advance, $11* 60. notice and on aa. reasonable terms as at any, other Tweed Daaaak Sdrtbr,
t4 .' 100, OF the most approved LANIER CORN Surgeons fee per annum 15,00 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW shop u the city. Farming implements such aa Torn OF these celebrated Gin for sal*. Warranted Kentucky'J' AJsoied Fbg k .

ti. MILLS for sale by the Subscribed These. Persons desiring further information ,cank>btain a (tnioey, Florida, Ploughs Scooters Rods, Clevicea, Heel Pine, Tap Lit) TeImall5eaM. Plaid Linaeys, csrolin hiaea.
1 Mills bare beeo tat come time u me through this rsrioe. copy of th* Regulations addressing the Superintendent Rings and Iron Wedges, kept ready made and constantly BEARD A DENHAM Agents.St. Printed Flannels 'Kartnen do.
J sid lower part of Georgia aad give perfect sat. ,or toy member of the Board Trustees. WILL and practice Jackson in the Courts and of the Middle Cir on hand. This will afford farmers an opportunity .Marks.May 1" 18U. 1 1"QNaJIs. perado CaroBasi-flaUa
bushel aDd the rile Franklin Counties.
with 40
ufactwn grinding esae ANDREW J. HANSELL -
: October 23 1852. to supply themselves without being delayed.D Baa Denima .OaatoaFainal.>
B the dsr, with lew than the ordinary gtn power ar Marietta, Ga.May 19, 1855. S0-8m 42 tf B. BIWKAW. '- Drill, :BtcI'.ask*
.h plied &u(r.. TIM maker farailba a b to t It up; Janua.ryl3,1865. ;' t KEGS: on band and for aslelowby Patsy Oalkoe*, mia aa's: ..

V and every one wamnted to girt perfect *s tftfsftinaCaH Salt WILLIAM SCOTT, 100 HE1R& RUST.Aagu Eng&hPri N.voaaksti. .. .. .
_; and examine them at' D.LADDU STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT .n, 18 4. II Printed Vel.0f0IIIi
t 14'' SACKS coarse aad fin* Key West Salt; ITTOY if' LAW .
150 -
$% -Aprilhl,1SU. 100 sacks Liverpool Salt; MONTICELLO, FLA. NEWPORT.rpHEunderaignadetaiearrwsontheabovabttawata, Hides.Wanted.. Assorted HosMry. '

Landing and for. tale by July 80,1853. SO '
Fresh Arrival tljan DRY or Bait Hides also otter aDd Deer -
McNAUGHT 4 ORMOND. -L cakulaUd for'latching J.
ia all its branches. Buildiuga well 5000
market '
which the
Skins for highest .
JTew York per "ElaabetV -.Sttwan. Dee. SS, 1854. 01"- P. LADD.icwport. N .r.. INqIkinLTW.1
MT: FRo Notice. wagona
? will be paid by D. a WILSON.
price ,
'zlL : 1884. U.___ .,
.( montJis after September ( ,6lI1I.1T&1eri
dat. the undersigned exeentor of _October Ht 18 So
10 fi Bibs.. Sugar Sod.Cracker, Spring Goods. SIX the efitste of Miles' Potter deceased. late of MILES NASH .&, CO.'. i AD cArec1.rtIC'..
ButteroBoxMMaeearooi- THE Subscribers are receiving pet Gamble," Washington County,will present Lit final account and Lumber 1JfiIr.f'EOifC
a.50. Lemoa.. .,. and other recent arrivals a complete vouchers and ask to be discharged from tbsvsame.SHARPLESS Dealers in 'Drugs,'Medicines, &0. CARGO OF DRESSED LUMBER dairy to tiaeABeott.

rif. ... assortaentof Goods suited to UM, Spring ADd,6umreerseaao EFAira.ExY.. their friend end the pnWie, that A arrive from:PeosMob ccotirticff of JbnA MdFLOORWO. r.Oet..1U4.I, ,40 '-.

Btba.Cnisbed8o *,consisting fa part cfJaata. February 81865.- 6 ra WOULD'mla r baod good :a** tn*Btof web Heoad quality SIAlSo.. :WKATHOYERJE88BHDIOUSS. .. '. r ( '-
1 ... Ban.BoM 8od .. articles as are generally kepi far their toe of basinets, UBOABDIN.J.: B1bYilIQ.'. '100 Jt C11", 'rit '
L White .Left sappH**' Their OI'.hieh..ill De I01d _i1 it:1l
Shot GIiss, Oils Ac. aM wm be re vinffr rulariyfrt8h.
1 Keg Diop Leaf o Freneband Englisk Straw. '

,. ,o&zue v.. i Planter Fine meet I, orivSoperJhBMma, Misses' codClothing. 1 A A BOXES Window: Glass assorted sixes 100 terms Tallahassee shall be reasonable.April Kb. 1863-..,,-. *4. low.if..oitsiZ Ffeortax"tttooi deliverr U wled from Um vesseL far looti A1 the !I._ '.t..__. .
ALSO events
jut White Lead r .
Keg A N.
sJ.: I tnmmecf.maim ,pure extra 1.. I D. LADP.siih4. : .
k- ; -
god SkeocktknMdVsriblft I 8 barrel Unseed Oil 1wks thII : I '.
1 BsIeFalrUa Balmetto { Harness 'i 18 :, 1_ AppJ 01 r.
Buggieoand .
1 f lardOfl Carriages, .rApril fJ" .jt.'

J. Osoaborgs, Slob Fr Pallets',:aad Pact.of Drip SOKegsZine Paint For&aeby; rl. Brt&ftV. i K.I Vo1' m'1Aca.. ) ;ct-'Owrt-' iDrl,'IJ.. ..rfj B
QuM Cloth Omrmene, I Punter's Linen 20 package Paint bbl bbU. ); l"
S faod44Bro.Sb..ting. AlJ Doe Fire-prof ( and i ) Ti [E8ubsttib Ikwus KanIIDoI SkIDi Oottos.sdo4e '
: 1 0** Kegro Stray Udiwithg.szI Grass lOCI BrowD lUrTtlsTnunOil, 1 bbl Copal Varnisb ::1 supply of CWkarwTwbkfa TolmDdL ) 1 btvwes. :. .m1Ul. ...
1 Uadenblrta1Ths Gtzygta '
.totWood.BIRaY' .AJJOnl&t.1IWItI.. : I, ., Spirit Tonwtfae. b barrels aod atretaiL .Tl'amieadeKt..... Gt.." i.d tW I, 1"1114 ... ,'. .U ... -
BOWLES 4 ,, &r i.i : .. D.H -
: !4r121s_ _u hulc.. : -
:April! lith,1- %* ,. )I. .. .t 'P1\ : .3 I IShoei: and Boots.. Nov. .mberlll&4." 0Dreued'Lumbr. J.llf .1".uu.1 ,46 .L'."'. u .zJIIJu' ..,v'A'_.. ...'

.." A ompl tt tssortmcst.TciJ -Wit fresfa t "' ;. .att- su __ Ii Jni "',' 1 _" 1
Notice. JO'
: bliss of.1faoo TitopiQf ri.tDrj: Goodi Hard wars a. "" ,AP. ..nl."T.
'J Q' rdiU.: ; .:. .AND,.BUM,. i".nNpreU*ortr? Whieli w*offer iA A TEOUfikND dss ".'dIIaIb sad Osflla SIX wontha after. datm the undsnled,sdkMa' .. ydthkipec '. ". II : alt
for tale co aaII&trma pod to the kaspectLo.ofUoNAVOL't _" \\J\J from Esoaabla'Bsy..las lt..1 Kax&ee ,tf tie estate st.A&: DMS decMe.dJtatsof pehtd aaTaUIbeMsslIttS peas.t $ I: 'ma ; l11i1..., .. .

1f "':' w. _..fI1. I'Db dressed LnmberBak.the smoothest-work AA'fcr, 1a 'will izsss4 ieooqt48 I' '

,' : (1 ".'JfU1rU T" tr. -,"" '" tod b retfly cheaper tbaa nakiwt by haad r. tf tohanl40oriOmiles. u4.Ilk to be .t'iD.cembQ At r- '4'' '''1' t., M" : .

18 it 80 PLATT.STREET, NEW YORK ; O&lOND. IX LADDNnr 'SINTON I, .', j lay4 4 I tA4, --6": ., .1

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