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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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sonfan4 Insti fcaolvrtl'by
the' of the (ection or .advanccrept 01. par1i.iarclass'of menY of.Regents ia the Smith
hnn'fr&T orJjrwjattonT'pf any1 of provwiohs Any of the United Stai of Atei
f BrAUTHeRI.Tyj the legal capacjty 4r. rabre than'one of this chapter, to be recbv- : tulioo. ; .- -' Representatives

.- -- 4?_ .r-: sucli passengeTS, shall:liava:at Jeast/two v s.i 'sventV fection. circuit ar'dTstHct CQurt'-df (icalaf uation or creed ; and if 'the"m4er, ,Resolved by ihe- Senate- and House of lea in.CoagretkastembTedr 'Thatfiv ,tif4J- ,

TAWS OF ;Tp; ,UNITEQ.STATES tilator to.porlfy.' he-japartaieBtjor ; p rtnient ed by suLtifl'afl within the jurisdiction 'pf baptain' owner, .or consignee of any riiip or Representatives 6fth'eiJnite.d States of Americairf sand dollars be, and the smeis boys -

occupied.by 8uch.jpae8t.n.cr ;; one. of which | the United States vessel arriy/, "of from vessel, refuse or neglect to.pay, t) the.cpllec; Confffesi vasti(>niblcd, That tthe vAcan- propriated, to be' paijJUp.sJuO.fjinj mdney m ,
aid may,
Ah Act to Regu'ata UieO6iiaM shall be inseft-Hln ibe aftec pKr rtmeht such the _, cies'1nthefloj4'of of the Smiths
-PcBUd: pClil- ,9e ap be about to .depart, or at ajy- tor the sum and sums. of.money )required, and Regents '
of"Passengers in Steamships an d or'Upartnients, and jjho'other1 shall bIn hah she may within! he.time this seclion nian'iIostituti'nTjof the 'clans other than
such prescribed by ,
"of courts
,
; ; '
od6r.'c&irLa. placed tfie forward portion of the *pai i tm poll within the the owner jurisdiction'.or owners, or"captain he dE'they shad severally forfeit ,and pay, the members -Congress,' le.ljed] by the reappoiutmeut esehof the '1orroi'e L !. .6 .1isa' tzd' '' J '

Be Uewfctedby.the Senate and House nt apartments'and; one of them shall the o'oever be found. suni of.jifty dollars, in addition to such sum ,pf the,lata incumbents' viz : RufugChoate braska. : .' .

Representative of the United States of Amerjca have an exhausting cap to carry,off the foul die Uh" 9.vessel.in.Arid'be it further enacted' That qf ten,dollars, for each and every passenger bl "Msssach'usetts, thd Gideon 11awley Approved, Ma'rch 31853.Nc. .

in Congress assembled, That no master air, and ihe other a receiving cap to carry !Sc the customs at ofetoma upoo whose death the same has become of New York. '* ;
of payable.to
\\hola byVcitizenof fre. air which fajd ventilators prect oector any port December 37 iBM.No. [ 24.] AiRejJolujion explanatory o j $t ,
of aiiy *esseU pwtied in ,or in.part down the' which vessel so be recovered by tlie United States, in Approved, 4
the'United States, or by a citizen shall have a capacity proportioned to the sire ited Statas, at or'from any which such any circuit or district court of the United passed iAogust.third, eighteen!hundrod",,an'' l '
eha'-l' take board to purified nand red shall arrive any A'Resolution providing for the Engraving fVtyfour.f : j
nf any"foreign country, on of the apartment or apartments shall appoint and di' States where such vessel may arriue, or such [ 5.] '
otl> if the or apartments will e otbce about to d-part, Lithographing, and publishing of Resolved lytheSenas'ffo ofRfjfresentatives j
sackvewelf.at any foreign port or place namely : apartment of the master, captain, owner or consignee, ,
of t'.ie cus ; may
of the U.aitedStates authorised the reception-of.t bun- wlvveuo or more inspectors Charts, or other Papers 'of this United StatM Amtrtat
8rthaJO.foreign coatitjous, territory lawfully such examine such vessel, rc.-ide ;,and when recovered, the said money Drawings, Maps,
the of suchventitators'shilIedCk bmulfor; port, to : in assembled. That'it was to i1otentioti'of --
capacity Congress
number of dred such shall for Congress.
.. a greater passengers passengers h collector, whether ye disposed of iu the same manner &s |s.
thaitTin'; proportion of one to every two tons be equal to a tube) of! shall) eport in writing'to directed with! 16 the and Resolved by.the Senate nnJ House of Rep the act of Coagrea?* approvd.Au. '

,ofidcb Tessfel, not indnding- children nrider"th teireiicic! diameter iu the clear and in the fequireraents of law such tave vessel J)een and complied if required to bo respect paid to the collector sum of sums customs. resentatives of the United States ot America gust third, eighteen hundred anuVfiftjf! fourf.tod '

giouue jgear Jn.tbe .computation, and propoition for.larger or smaller apartments ; with respect to ; and ia Congress assembled, That jiercaftcr, when thesamo ,{hall ba 'crnismctf4to give'to '

cftanfMliftg twp.. bil4 >H.oVer-ottO: and under and all said ventilators shall rise at least four such report shall btate such compliance.it ,shall SEC.' 15. And be it further enacted, That any cia ti', maps, diagrams, views, or otiie'r Wisconsin in atd of the improvement* oftn 5
collector
Thatj feet six inch ibove the deck-of shall be approved by such illustrate of tho Fox andi\Vlsconm*:
ejgbt j-earftcf ago. as one. passenger. upper "anysuch'yessejs the amount of the several penalties engravings snail be reqciredcto anp navigation
evidence imposed
the_spaces appropriated for the use of such and be'Sfthe most approved be deemed and held as prima facie by the foregoing proyisious regulating the document ordered to bo printed 'bf either a quantity of land, equal mile for.mile of il< 4

passengers, and"which shall not be occupied form and construction ; but jilt shall appear, thereof. carriage of in merchant vessels Honse df Coiigrea, 'such engravings shall be improvement that grat4edto1c.diasuri. .

by stores o> other goods not the personal from the report, to bo made approved, as SEC. 10. And be it further enacted.and That lions shall bo liens passengers 011 the ves.e1'orv'essejs violating procured by the Superintendent of the Public der the provisions of the nct
.biggage 01 such pass-engers, shall be in the hereinafter provided, that such vessel is equal the provisions, requisitions, penalties, those provisions, and such vessel Printing under the supervision and direction proved .May, the ninth, eighteen Lun'ur'ed anil' I

(folluwiag proportions, viz: Qn the main and ly well ventilated by any other jnoans, such of this act, relating to the space in vessels shall be libelled therefor in or circuit vessels of such committee as the House order forteiglit., .. -vf" 4 -

l>oop decks pr platforms, and In the deck hones other means of ventilation shall be deemed appropriated to and the made use of applicable passengers to, or district court of the United Stales any, where ing the printing of any PUC.I document shall Approved, March 3, 19u5. """V i U !

*. if tU-re be any, oiiu passengers for each and held to bo a compliance with the provisions are hereby extended such vessel or vessels shall arrive. direct.

ixtcn clear superficial feet of deck, if the of this section. all spaces appropriated to the use of steerage SKG. 10. And be it further enacted That SEC. 2. And be it further resolved, That [No. 25.] Joint Resolution muling Approp iation I

teight: or distance between "tbdecks/ or platform ''Sec, 5. And be it furtho-- enacted, That passehgers.iu vessels propelled in whole or all! and vessel which'shall, the paper necessary for the execution(all for tbd payment oflhoac eniilled;to

shall not be less than six feet : and on every vessels carrying more than fifiy such n part by steam, and navigating from, ID arid bo every employed or the vessejs Am'erksan Colonization or such eugraxing shall be obtained in the same the Benefits pf the tesol ton of the HOUM

the !lotrer deck, (not Being an orlop dec.) i if passengers, bhall have for their use on deck, between the ports, and in manner as iu this may Soc-ioty or the by Colonizattan of- manner, and under the same regulations and j of Reprpschtativea of the Umled'SJa' *;
Society
any passengers for eighteen such clear housed and conveniently orranged at least act named, and to such vessels and to the Stale, to and which shall restriction-?, as are now provided by the act I passed March thirdeihteenipndrtfitAtt '
any transport, actually -
superficial fevt, if tho height or distance be- one camboose or cooking range, the dimensions masters thereof; and so much of the act entitled from of of1 August twenty six, eighteen hundred and fifty five, voting Extra Comoeriaiion .to:
transport, or
twoen'tho decks or jla; ;forms shall net be of winch shall be equal to four feet An act to amend an act entitled an tii j United States to any: port colonies ports fifty two, for the obtainment of other printing Pages, folders, andOtncts. '- t, :
colony or
*\ less than six feet, but so as that no passenger long and one foot bix Jnches wide for eveiy act to provide for the bettor security of thc n the west coast of Alrica any colored emigrants, paper. [ Be it resolved by the fjenate.innd lloa,, .
' I shall Be carried oilier deck or platform, hundred and provision shall lives of ou board of vessels propel That
any two passengers; passenger to reside there shall be and the SEC. 3. And be it further resolved of Representatives oi the Unileit* States of
nor open any deck where the height or distance ba made iu the manner aforesaid, in this ratio led in whole or in part by steam, arid for othor hereby, subjected, "to the, operation same 6f are the all pistes whrch havo been engraved for any America In Congrefo AaierayftJ ..Th t the

petweeu decks is less than six feet, ; for a greater or less number of passenger purpo'e4," app'eyed August thirtietfi eighteen foregoing the document ordered l by either House of Congress sum! voted f.y tlia House of ReprfsentatlW*. .

with ioteut to bring such passenger to the but nothing herein contained shall take away buudrod and fil'ty two, aa conflicts with of provisions in merchant, regulating vessels. carriage and now under the chhrgc of the Secretary March third, eighteen Imndrt d and fifty five, .Ili

United States and shall leave such port or U'o right to make such arrangements for this act, is hereby repealed ; and the space SKC.passengets 17. And bt> it further enacted, That of the Senate or Clerk of the House for the payment of pages, fpldew, and other -

place and'bring the"sairio, or any number cooking between decks, if that h41 bo deemed appropriated to the use of steerage passenger the collector of the customs shall examine' of Representatives, shall be. placed in charge employees, be paid out of any nToneys in the

thereof"within the jurisdiction of the United ; desirable. in vessels so as above propelled]! and uavigi-: each emigrant vessel its arrival at of the Superintendent of Public Printing, treasury, not otherwise appropriated. 't'1 .

State; or if any such master of any vessel' SEC. G. And be it further enacted That ted, is hereby subject to tne supervision and bin port, and shzp ascertain or and, on report to the Approved, January 18, 1955.Xo. Approved, March, i8.55 .
saall take on.board his vessel at any port orpace all vessels employed aforesaid, shall have inspection of the collector of the cKstoms at

within -juiisdicyon of the United on board, for the use of such passengers, at any port of the United States at which aiiy Secretary the : of f tho Treasury the timeof sailing, [ G/J "A Resolution relative to the Construction Xo.1 I! .. \5' '
the
the ventilation
States,, arty greater numbers of passengers :ho time of leaving the last p'qjt whence such such vessel shall arrivo, or from which she number length of voyage, the of the Laws ;for the Allowance By the President of ihe United Stale'uf AI .
aforesaid, to tho vessels sail well secured under deck'for each and the game shall passengers, their space 0:1: board, '
tHan in the proportion space shall be about to depart; their food otadditional Compensation to the Clerks I : menci. '. "
ab'( .aid, or to the tonnage aforesaid, with intent passenger, at least twenty, pounds of good bo examined anu repotted in the same manner! the the native country of emigrants- in tho Census Bureau. A PROCLAMATION. .

to carry the same"to any' foreign port or navy bread, fifteen pounds of rice, fifteen and hy the same officers I by the next preceding those number of deaths, the age and sex of Resolved by the Senate and House of

plaee other than foreign coniig.ious. territory pounds oatmeal, ten pounds of wheat flour section directed to examine and report with his who died Muring the' voyage; together Representatives of the United States of America WUERTAS. by an bet of. tha Copgrtas of II

as aforesaid eyerysuch master shall bo deomcd fifteen pounds of peas and beans, twenty SEC. 1 1. Arid bo it further enacted, Tha if opinion of the cause of the mortality, in Congress assembled! That the sixth the United States, approved the fifth day cf

guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con- pounds of potatoes, one pint of vinegar, sixty the vessels bound from any port in the United any, ou board, an.J, if none, what habits precautionary section of -thfi act entitled An act making August, oneHhocSand eight hundred and fifty

\iction thereof, before any circuit or district gallons of fresh water, ten pounds .salted States to any port or place in the Pacific measures, arrangementsp'r are appropriations for the civil and diplomatic four, entitled "''*Atrf net'to carry into effect

court of the United States, shall! for each passenger pork, and ten pounds of salt beef, free of t/oce Ocean, or on its tributaries, or Iron) any tech supposed in to have had any, and what agency expenses of Government for the year ending treaty between' the jWohe J Slatea and reat I

taken on board beyond the limit afore all to be good of quality ; but at places where port or place to any port in the United Slates causing. 18.the Add eqemption.SEC. enacted That this the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight Britain*, signedop; (Le fiftli d.iy.oJonV' ejglu lJ
be further
said, or the space aforesaid, be find in the either: rice, oatmeal, wheat floor, or peas or on the Atlantic' or its tributaries shall bo suliject hundred and fifty five, aid for olher'purpojye,'' teen hundred arid fifty four," ii.is. provided!
shnll vessels
art taljc effect with to
bum of fifty dollars, and may also be imprisoned beans cannot be procured, of good quality to the foregoing provisions regulating the respect approved August fourth, eighteen hundred that, \vlijiierer the jPresidejit ,.ef.tHe United

at the decretion of the judges before and on reasonable terms, the quanity of either carriage of passengers in merchant ve.-sele, sailing from ports in the United States on the and fifty four, be so Construed to extend to States sliall rcceivp*" satist !5r5r '*fvldcijfe* t

whom the penalty shall be recovered, npt exceeding or any of tba, other last named articles maybe except ;0 much as relates to provisii 113 and* eastern side of he''continent, within and thirty with the clerks employed in,the Census Office the that the!Imperial-Parliament of Great'F/Itin! 1 !1

-six months ; but should it be necessary increased and substituted therelor; and, incase water ; but the owners and masters of all such days frotft the time 'of its approval ; same additional compensation granted by the and the Provincial ParliamenU1 Cixis j
in the
for the sufeiy or convenience of the ve. potatoes cannot be procured on reasonable vessels shall in all cases furnish to each respect'to vessels sailing"frdm "ports: the'cUfa act of April twenty second, eighteen hundred New Brunawck, Nv Scotia .tid Frinco, !

bt-1, that any, portion: other cargo, or any other terms, one pooud of either of said articles passenger the daily supply ot water therein UniteU Allies tin the western sidd'of and' (Vy Iciur; Eduar4': Idini have passed li'ws Ii

articles, or article tbpujd be placed on, or may bo substituted in lieu of five pounds mentioned ; and they shrill furnish a sufficient tinent, and from ports in Europe, within six Approved;. Febi nary 3, 1 8i5.No. part, lo.gfve'Tuft entrfit' 'ro- tfIepro'tt1Qnofthes ] .

stored in. any of the deck rabins, or otherp1acs of potatoes ; and the captains of such .vessels supply of good and wholesome food, properly ty diys from toe time of its approval ; and !id he authorized to'iswe
treaty hia'prbtflamation -
appropriated to the use of passengers, shall deliver to,each passenger at least one cooked; and in cass* they shall fail so to do, with respect 'to vessels sailing from ports in [ 7.] A Resolution respecting the Arctic declaring that be has lhvidtrice:
other of the world within six months
the lam be placed ia lockers or enclosures unwholesome unsuitable parts ,
tnay tenth part'of.the aforesiid, provlsjonii"weekly, or shall proyide or Expedition,.commnnded by Passed Assistant And whereas satisfactory it !
prepared for the ou an exterior the shall! bu to the penalty from the tune of its approval.
purpose commencing on day of sailing, and at provisions-tbey subject E. K. Kane.
Arid if 'i is hereby made the duty of'the .Secretary Surgeon ; peen received.mothat, tlieltx,., i
surface the.wave capable of be- of this ,
hnpreviousto
ciiou chapter
least three quarts of water dailp;'and lithe provided the>ixtb ? Resolved, ,'by' the Senate and House of ment'cf Great Iir&tam'and the Pro:
of State notice in the of
cean4n.1iko manner as .the, decks ot vessel ou short allowance -. to give ports : '
lag passerigers.ofl board of..any such in in case t!>o passengers are put Representatives of the United States'of.Yhierica -* liaments of Canada Netv -lrusisticx)
of the vessel In however Europe, and elsexthere, of this act, in such ovi
,
platforms no case which the provisions and water herein required of-.water or. pruvisiou.: 'nibled That the'Sec
in Congress asz ,- Scotia, nd Priqce'F Isan4! baypas-
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"iJiall the thus be deemed to enacted That manner as he shall'de.em! proper, ,
places provided been aforesaid it further '
shall not have provied 5Ec. 12. And.be : f
of the Navy be'and he i isi hereby-au sed 1avi tt their 11ll'lct
it'fiirUaer That retary part"Io gtvi to
be a part of the space allowable for the use shall at anytime, be put on short allowance the captain or master of any ship or vesselarriving SEC. 19. And be enacted, thorized- provide and despatch a suitabunaval the l
protisionr'bfNow .w
of but the same sball .be dedudted the of theUnited States or pf.tbc from arid after the tiiiieT ,that this actsh'ah1
passengers duriog any-voyage, 'masteror:, owner, ia any or..other steamer,,,and, if necessary, i itender
therefrom and iu "all.cases where prepared i ixrhataver take effect with rcsectra'any' vessels I then, .. ; thereforeFRANKIifNPIGB.C& -
any feud) vessels shall pay,to each and every Territories thereof, from auy fovt'ign place tothe Arcti -o eas, for'the'4fiirposo .rkJUl Prewdeul of the
used, the upper surface of said lockers on enclosed passenger who shall! have been pot 'on short ;ot'the same tuue .that he delivers, in respect ,fp such vessels, (tie act ,ofse'cpndi.Marih eth'Ised Assstan UajudStatesqfjA; rjii n.
r declare
spaces shall be deemed and taken to allowance, the anm of three dollars' for each u manifest of the cargo, and il there beHC eighteen hundred and nineteen, dntl- E: K b1 tEe United 'State: hereby.- the .' and:- prpclaitn-' 'z that.'fromthiadale ,
be the deck or'platform'from*which measurement and have" been the time of or tied"from" An act; reguLtting Jaengef ahiTps udvessels"the iiCV/H AWkfc* | folovIug'.ticies, fel&c'&Sfaand
every day they may put on carge, then at makiugreport > and tho ofifcers and men under hi* odiice' tho'said provintes'of CjJHa a,
avy
shall be made for a11the purposes t ofUiUct short allowance to berecovered Jn thecir the vessel, to law, act of tweaty 'eii4.f Febi pi
; entry of ship or pursuant ; command:,Prpvided/Thatsuch.steamer, and, New Bramwick1, Nora.:Sc and -PiiocwEdward'8
,, .It is also prtovlded, lbat.. one iieBp>- cult or district court of the United States and shall also deliver. nndreport; to the collector, ry, eighteen hundred and forty v tiaed tender shall be officered and manned by vol- lslan4o;wit i'

tal, iq thifr6paces, aip'epiaied| : to passengersj it shall be the duty of the captain or master ot. the.district in which such ship crvessel, Au act to regulate the. carriage .of passengcrs -* ;ihe and others t.' > who ;gtpn.ouand.
untpers frpm may b/eadsf of, jLjridVjjfresii aftd
ajl ,
seconcj nayy ,
and &eparafV io'erefortu by. an approp'riaVepartitidn" of.every "sucb ship or vessels to cause the food shall arrive, ajist or manliest of all the.passengers -, in merchant.vessels. ; -jtbe. act of declare 'tL !t vy.ilfingness' 'to*' be""so engaged meals cottonwool seeda, and poled\f

and furnished'Jis its purposes require and provisions.p'f all the pa&sengers'to'be'.wtti taken on board of the said, ship or ;March, cigh'teon Iundrecfand'lo"tty.seven| eu- '' 1Approved'Febuary.3- salted; ; ;< '' veffetatV -

may be pepaedan'nenused. may bff in- d-properly cooked daily; and to, be-served vessel lit any'foreign-port'or place ; in wbic| titled An act to amend an act,entitled'" 'An : 1855. blcs adu; undncd fS ofifliiWcThll: fr 1t ; dried Truit fisti ofau&mB; ,

dudediih the paooiaHoB'ablo for jlassengers, ont and distributed to'them at regular; and list or manifest U shall be the duty,..of tho act to regulate ,the carfinge: of passengers'intnerchant c
bat Ib ,samat6hail.iwt ocupv more than oueliuudredngerfic.ial.fect stated hours in nch particularly ll' vessels,' and tj determine .,the time n skia.s.or .
by messes, or $ manner as said master to designate q nge the
: [N9,9.) 41Resolionauthorizing. ,- resident tailk uaresed to.e urxnr4leI zul.
said shall c.i.pf ; ,
ofJ p1atforw y'ti'ii act takeeLTect.h,44
< or. sh Jl boerxiIbps| { aa'dmosV, qpnducivo'tpthe ; sexftnd, occupaliour of the iaid paesQnge
Pjo\'i3ecf That ohV'boah to dck thirty first January, 'eigHteeii luindr id of th? otunvrcu&tate; Sa1cbcbeee! q)
; health and eowfort of; uph passenger, ofKvhicir respectively, the part of tbe. vessel, occupied Lienteitht' B'c! (6X'ETiiZt'nSei.4jtf'
where the height wettneen' tE dck3 i ven boor and manner of distribution, dueand'anffic by each during the voyage, the country forLjdigt! .entitled ",.-An acf exemptirig'yes.se'ls .-; of ',':"u Oenczal'by' ,. low; lard; or1Iianures. ; oresoI mtaTs f'
and onelbilf t fet-'oriraf r l.perficiahfeeLofdiick foteen.cI ar'Aiz. shall and of whicit employ ed h'' the Anierfeau all kinds j co.'il; pitfei', UrpepGna;raSlica; ,
ent be lithe that o4nizattou
belong
optfce given; wh'icn severally
they
and House of. hBtl ; kni
;lt s'6ltedlbyibe: Senate 1cip fjn5be-r lumber of nlid. h'Av'Ad. i
shall b the proportion captain".hmtSr- ofanj pufth sliip or,vessel is their intentioni to become inhabitauU; and SocJcftv transporting ,colored euigrants i ; fArnerieiu.Cqtge'szasse'nibLd --..- /-.M _'-A!. I..* .:r <* f faftd
iiteU
reisentativeB .tbehUpiUd: Utes.
required for escbpasenger.. shall u'llfiilly fail to furnish and .dis -il>ute shall farther set forth wheihbr jWiy ,aud what from the Uiii teil States'to the oat pfMiii', That 'tne' ", de""ofIteu'tenaiit'general b"lem iiirct't

SEC.2. And be it' further enacted That such provision*, cooked as,aforesaid,,he shall number; Laq'e died on the Voyage'; whieb JUt or the provisions of the acts'of'the. twenty be'and, th'4''same Ts'b'erebV gr ; rew *es'hi.lts ;

no sach.Tessel hac.mQ: ithatwo tiers be deemed guilty of a mlsdeneanor'i'aa opon manifest'sliall be 'rn'tcy the said master.in 4ndFebrniay.aied secoud|,pfMarpb! cighr; "cTtlw' ''United: Klines-1 p lj'fl ,!h"oilj rice'J brqorttco rft'1 a dbk-

of births! dl lntVrva &ttmiri the lowest convjctjonjQereof. befere.an circuit-Mir.i. oil. digtdcLcourt f-7 the'tama manner'as directed by litw id relatlon / tflen': hundred and iurtyse'en, regulating. revfveU'HWthe-army In the the Presldentand gypsiim', 'ground' .h..e .

part thereol and TKeitIec .6r platformelieatbfshall'ftof pfthe urptaesa1l'bs ..fiiie...up.tnio 'to'Stbe ,manifest of the,<;argo;'aodlbo carriage;of passengers in i ,, mepghant ;ve :sels;? order tltwhen'Seoate, it shl1.bedeeme4 ojini'ozi'of : wbu4it' '' c,hIiturcd tr Unth3uht, 4.bnn-, ',' Trinstbii1 1 ,

be less than nine aricKes; aVid e,&hane'yir5; ;''Provided,, Thattko; [ ,! refusal or-'oeglect'ofihe inaster. uforesaidto; tlic. act of seveji eeutli May, eigUteeii hundred : : properto dye

berths'shall KeTOell constructed,'parallel uitfa forccthent of thlr penalty sbalj tiot afleft the oih3ly-With tho jirojiisiona df.this.6ectlk>%lor. and,fo/tjf eight,jei/tjileiTj"/ !*An act ,tq'p AViile'! neil uoAvledgoeminentjseniic'ejS in tIe late war'with pfj a ajor.gencral "MexTcW,- ithmdluf) Thfea frtiiy Aisbhfl '

the *idea of
each other by partitions, as berths ordinarily and vce'rd,1.t6 uchpassen sLxs\may. ivesuffered any diSilWUtlei: } inn;forfeitures dsar'e providedfai, for other1'purposes ;" and the"! ,act of, third in the niode alreadj''provided the of fieutehftrit'genera sobordiinate duty, 1 ig 't1idsaTd ,
and shall be at least six feetltf"length'iftd'at ; > > >* "ill 'March' Imndred and trjiineeu-,, gradeV; grade iifodd; ubj&f
separated : from said default.Sac. refusal or" nevlectcto report and .;delivet a eighteen .and,b 'u' ,' j a 1 'I ,
1kitJvd feet m width, andachbthh.a1f ti1ld "nact exteud he ovisions fjaU : niiiy be'specia'ljy cfcbferre'd'by'brevet; ; III 1'eretu(1( to tne traderth Canada, cT11h. I
7. And be It further enacted, That manifest of the carg&aforesaid.iSEC. jto p '
s > -, brevet.only to tike,ruofc, Jrolji.4he d o.pl, condition mentioned in the fourth artieM'efioi.tie
up; occopied by no more thanone the captain of aby/srich vessel so employed, 13. And boOt-Atither enacted, That laws now.i,jii. fo'rco j >relating: ,;to,. ihe'carriage'tt /VS. >n ofsJ servicaor'er : Pr.qvA4 boweir

ipa&sengerg ;: but double' berths of'twice is hereby authorized maintain good discipline each an'd'evcry coilectprpf 4jbe 'customs, to passengers m,merelulnt, vessels, and o,regulatioij Ttiatwh'e.i u6b: thojil1' .

i lie above' width may: be eotru ted, eaclibertu'U. and sucH habits of cleanliness among whom such manifest, ar list of passengers asaforesaitf thereof" arp hercqy. rcpcajed pill lthie'ii'fild grade fiirf ihe
moii 1 iu this act.coutaincAlshairiuEnywisc.ob'sirucr oral! by brevet and, be, oLserviid o/riUa, tfaL oC ihe ,UutetlStates. I
be occnpied by no andj by'nd soen'passengers as will.tend tb'thV''prpserta- shall lie" delivered,] shall Quarter- aoUiitig .53 '
have become vaoaa $J9iit| resolution shall '' *' '' "r"and'of
tkap'twd wonrien/or by pno'woman or prevent-the prosecution, .
other the
) tfpn and prom6ti5rr6rhealth ratioTio'thafcnd'ce&sible yearly retorn copies' hereof to Secretary recoygry %'.be'ot> i: I '
and 'i-liitdren under the'ae of eight distribution: Pr remiesion of any fiuep.'penal-- thereafter expiri"ari no effect. (;1 unch'i
tw vearf he ballcaus su1 regutations'ah1oiiiy a'dtfor of Ttalo'df the>4JdltecEStates,; by whora.6tater, ; '5'
or by hul&a'ud; ami| wife, or by a man arid two this jfrfose 'be' 1.a! mente 'oftiw rawe'shRItheLh&!before Cougress liep pr lbrfi'itur, whick. mayhave' ,deenia. : Approved Fbdry"l55'No.13J fii't i'th 'tee la7jfM'rchi.

pf bwchlldren'hpdlVHheJflge'of] eight years, : vessel, ii p'ace ac at each and every session. cnrred iu reupect.tb apy- yeueii prjor to tho. Resolution the Sivord ({ -.' -r-, + r16( -: Tk1

or by tljVo TineriJ ttfembfeVs of th'o'saipe fatu.ily ; to 'sqch passengers 'and ,shallkeep' i Sjscs.l4Aud be it further enacted' That day_tUu acl goes into ctfuct, in cespect soub [ ] accepting. sin d'
and '
and at tb11fl1biau$; violation,'of this'section the sank so'posted; riip dijring1 the' voyage ; iu, case there shall have occurred on board vesels,.nude tln,,laws ,hereby rnpealed, for ;of(UcteraL Andrew Jacksou,iher. returninglthe4'h'anksipf'.Congijesa.to olth v the 'ii.depbcdiiiee. of the.';IT..v. ....
Family
ia'afw i 'p viiipnsj tjien. ie mister' an'dtt is/Kere-by/ 'made the duty of said captaiu any ship or vessel arriving-' any port'br which, purpose, the eaidfiWd shall coutiuuy $! GeneIal.ItobrtArths'r; k & ,'iiei't'h Ienjntb'- ,
tale iig.
of the. veifeK and' e owijer. '* 'lliereof, 'ifcaliseve ; tc cauSe e'anartnierits'pccnp'le'd'by suchpaswngertTto place within,the United i Stateor; its torrito- iuforce'I v f. f(1.ipa thiSiiate aflfl Hbu'of Reprdndt&eot 'I'

jfforjfelr'and pay; th turn'pf'Bve'doU fee'Kept"jftt"4lltimes ''iqa: clean, del; any'death or'deaihs' arnotig the passengers t Secrc ry.pfjhAtT ca ry iay h} *the1 United States'of America _. ., '1 '

..:ara for each passenger outboard; of said5veseelt bealty state'an he'ovpncrs brevery'such!? : ( ther'Ufan cabin pa4&engb'r ,) tfid'oias- bU. disdr! twu, uiid upon such ooud.o. 'ni.1 < iaasecabledThatthe thank* of b I ? t'w

on such voyage, to bd'recovetl by'ihe U.rntedS.aesu vessels employed a'ro fred ttf'coriSstrtict { orONvner."ior'* consigned dcli'ship hosliiUUiiakproper, 'discoiUipiie-Jafxy suc. m Congressi .
,
so rq teVo; captain, IOJfl't4tOI tonthfawiy| of'p'rewntjfof S. 2! -' .-:"-'_L s.L ,.t .:
; acy *rT wlfenrsuch vessel the 'decna said' apartment< *so.t.ri or vessel shall, within twenty four prosecutions, or rez&xitDrmo4If fy,, uch pen-, this vCongresa t : fr.tIia 1lka*; fll. ,
Lha1attUeneral
,may arr1r'or'depaft; ; i *(A ./t :i ir : Jt-.t ''r'i '.i".t>v which altIss. Mbe4.tqustroog,
i'd: ; hours after the time wilhin the'reportancr ; DI) tr
the syyprtikwaM > jGenoralV i -rJp'q
Sit' forthof} Wihctcd, -llint slalt also -pr 1d''( sre'coneient' privy ortise hit 1oi manifest of'passengers mentioned Approved, MarcUU1655; ,.. .,. ., >vivis1 ? y n'dniw.Jttclc6on'whilfl of $
iutJie.iuHitarySCTivicj
all Unte4.tatetor .. iti TBcctfgn'Kvirfe' of this act'U reqoired to-be F I -1. ,:. '.' "Jr1' ntynd,1atiLia reliatw 'Doe&l3bIe il
1ii.vo precio vs
any onoundred..' inch -,p.&dengers. iidl !' iivered' oWe di kftor ut'' the'Jcostomg, pay RESQL1LQ. tha : 'Bite IbotukehcJtt: qf4h i.cI t uy'Does
accepted ...nand1
,
l/ or poace' I rrn sccOrdgllE in to -faw- (or 6fty.) or the. weauier,,. is sueh 'that.. saul )aSeifrra'I'-t. Can- 'to -'Td'c'oTfector* ii6 sbm tif ten dollar 'FIi't i'i :: j hereby wiied it bk&two tohuld html'

.. morerere gers, olhcr lao eaKO passenemptt uot4ic J :musterea w .1e4k4th& 'L :" their MHtg lit tTd l ov'effcpa38eHger; above tKo age [No. 21]Joint lle soJtion:tQ, dfy or qIi'ange be U >i> (ipr- p4 .. '." ..,' .. / H

,) sbWk1n f& fnn' or&tnvlThiyd i, ba,. .fie'ttie dVttVit'feverV* &&' *&:?? 4r"eiM'-yVars' 3 wfco1 fcnalt baYedred'oirthevoB&1)fidurardirofis4iariJ''rte.siildcbl the original' Plau'oftiidUCustom House aopy ormolotlon /Then.holdVwi v oiscttf? ;
be .. S
'4 -
States' 5- '-' 1/ .: .
neb pimugraatu.a ( / Li.4 m
:
cso4tDe 4CCK.PFUPOd b suchmi ; ; ; l* Nt3W Lki*' '. :i1' ttU'.a /
General Robert Arwasrqpg. '
4 Ere to. tx 1eapseu witn tbronde1pLtimb' 4;pr sdtn iA >:hector shalt .iiythu: ,rnony.1hu.s rcceJv.ed'iattheie jr'Ueeelte4'; by,> the .fienal/ an.d.llou ef of ate 1 n < Ar scheme1 is

4g age nitfaIsq.at Rpr e taLlies of Um.United titate ..pfJAoerica -, ..: .. under fli6i guishe.d ausplceiof

8g way leading to the apartments* inloUea to sucb 9T.ner times had cajaiit ty 41rVf"tlie iTBasa y, w/ '4iieiieV rals'iall in'.C6agress.assembled,aTha'tfattached powho fXo.E' ''liTf .RrBbluifaW in Behtfbh toihe a rovd lo.g.

s.h tzt' ijjtf 4 t.i4k1 dh. s* :d&fe/io4aiyik! k'd Vc ftfiiwpta5pp! oteabyWrfd1 -tlNOreggti6tn.tiotjse :, ,-Mtt n ojei4cMom1tonMi; .. 'L' ,.* 1. roofed 4 ps

.t&the i er'W ) c jJrhe ihstilibte ,
wm&si4 / cUH tf VtfakfytontosUte ; on
ScoaLo a/rd Uouw of
two R/sol l byih* Rep
sbWfr1it 'wbef ajmundred iiid tijry
f&qutftMad i&r&i' Tt stfchkhipiorvewel eW..4hh7Wiffrt
,
oo foot above the deck, so constructed,' & !- m WWdl*-iifiZ iv'Tv\ : ; WedTrliti&e&Rrltnr*' tliV'eAns And eiggteen hundred 4fld1 tytWZ4.Mic fea MkQAhQWtkc54: 8'4' ; ic ,
That
on. or fa nriih,,,,, ffiS l// in Congress .assembled, aJJlborify.given'Wtha )e. -iv'uS
wnrfy uaj, ftt all tinei a TlirW. .. 64lS t protecUonqfweltfil A>V HiiteWiii.ffrakfiSrSe'9 sothojfied e _
r rjSnTiJi'livii-j- fed'loJihe octa of their to aUow ?i '' '
age 'Vaysj prescgb dy n the the thW sec- as th'ul f'qwistuct.ng .
'anti'Were''M 7m W1 thW one dt rons with"tYittithes iegmfenfal jsjtpdiWaAc
JlrKBK| ? P5/rJ? i TieIjLWsfTh' appoiuirienti' idoae$1I '1INeW QrI't$ 'ctut nfbouso a* will
thiM' + 1o1
b6ad 'or'e4mi'liball' such 1tM f ) ,
rne,14t11 hY1WO.. Wtui dfUM'FrisUior th( story; art TaJ olli lrroiteadcHfthe'imMbU'rbQf.q'
upper
IeFiar ter. or tne caflmooseg or cooking ranges trig lit -
-jfd tLbtGfL hfesW-overtfieB,1 reTcrlo&Hnlylforfeat'ttBdupdy > ibl U eniino :
?' shib. < :ur I .o' nijg: r- t,
the iled'tQikic iTP qjib ual.plao/aoOsPcity vntO titi ,
rail of wood Aprbvd, arch.2'185. '
,
or strong r pebuL; booby ''tel. .'6e jUilfocTiSU tl 41 nd.witbotipoJi Milable fire prNo. n6ners. Ia tl. same ifliO* 1' J _
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: ii : :ukrd und Jrsuthhouiet !?lr? ?f tJ.hMWPfe! f puiff Bfeffig fi!! hcaLeulatl i'uou.siweighti-j Iiei1o flikas1fii ito8z'd :& [No14JotM. "Resolution--- mzbjnsnAproU. -

io2ii.t1,1 _
d, Th l # th 1 .;tjApproved1)ecvthi1Q1l 854
Very Td th.) .s flijoiind the oz each ,,oi jAq secuon .bM4eq ,3 : '' .' i'ltnL' --.-) itfl- : '1i: 4l' -
'bavjnv ; 1 -
: Ai.i ,Ragloti h cfrb4
hflrt tiwp:4 ppu'
nud f1fl ? d 4Lgt'i1n lafcKiKP every Mg1clI' 'fliq:- b f T'* \ [ 4)] ft ,
4icIt&t lit !1 ., '" I; L1ri Ii t'
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fr cfI oriMan & |jtaraal!; Ii Fl.rWa-Tlw'- BsaacVata' TriiBfbait.. Secrecy and 0atfcj, of,KBOW. ,COMPLY wirn THIS ; Mr Diddisi. TAMPA; la:|:26thI865.:

The, Wings )(;1 r da. have fought .their The five. A-R. Stephens has' : ; .THotroB: :'rr .AY "- The. \/ organ in.'thfs city has Editor J7ert_> A portion.of the!
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4J last halt! *
- - TbekccountoBhow Democratic pwz-rERsoNALPflI letter'of
Mr.
: a large for &e Chronicle :6cnt&elft an article nthe; recent Dickin.the' tion :Admin atntiou Democrats ** ,
TALLAH138BK : gain ada there ia doubt that Maxwell dp h6
i is tty ft Handsome no and triumphant ed byhinj: at Appliog! the lift : aon, only! feature of which jb surprlso.t two not bowed the knee to Baal"bYe

&turday,1tst1I,185. majority.-.Ge* Telegraph Oct. 10, 1 SSt ,ooaaoa of s dmoer tdadered him ART CIRCUilSTAN- should have the. temerity to express* our 'an open and public ""resistance; to aD firtW,

; -.- We have tro 'Taottio- find with the Unton dtJBsaa of Columbia coroty. "It 1 I OF ANY MEMBER OF opinions freely upon men and me&."- encroachments of the saren headed

.. 'J'naoe doQar.-r.'per iqaare of- IS lines wl for the picture drawn of the old Wrag powerful argument and effective,a ": T&C EXISTENCE OF The editor should remember, that U.1C6 have sternM8am aliasKnow 1 N ,"..

; <- a, fur trsttaMrttou' and fi/ty ecpU. for. each coottiaee. Party. In ether words, we believe that it has constituents on the enaracter of the : never taken an oath to surrender our judgment !.. n. ) f.pWM h .
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CIHCUM-
I UNDER ANT
fallen
,r to piooej -is politically dead 'I a nationtl to (he will of an oligarchy, it is our privilege will see we are_ co-workers fa tie !
tW ABOouooemetft ofeawWstes (.&, to bepaid t party, and on its tomb is written organization.Mr. i public duty should de COB VL
no
in all cAsta in advadte: "" *' to speak as "Creel about" men and cause opposition. At our
Stephens commences j unwittingly" drawn l
__ ------ ,, resurrectfon -Fta. Sentinel, JtilI 24, 1865. bIllS 1i
.r : As the.WJ party is tim conrigned to the of confidence in the priodfles-of' ; not only the existence i meaaore" aa the humor 1U t.L Uelere&g.bf th tad IID' ._/,.

No. $, e-u the Supreme-. urt. received, but & lican institutions an Association, but The petition_of.Mr. Dickinson in his own were not "Ithetgk! ,
?4 **> as there as they were o L '
graves are many, formerly Whigs would t .
twlste for good men,
to-day. .' State the of Know Nothingum, conscious in of '
subject .
ed. on .
who cannot go w&h th new proscription Departure from them with the want such a protection r ;_i.

: The excellent articles A by."Advocate" "wfll' ly that his*' risen upon the n of Whig-par. getting something better; would be discovery, as is here has heretofore been matter of dispute. He confident' success. 'Th.presented .' .. .. L._

appear soon. :hour. Them fasftutidns he 4 eliev d ? has been claimed as being for and against the here'-we ceceot. ii,'ai.ni f _.j"t.. ,
.f,. ;-t. tert: we moat cordially invite them to unite > a1gyr -
III
: order, and the letter published by us is the r advocates to a public defense r
the oBj
with the Democracy the danger at presmrt tin ec ,
lay'au as only hope of
of the ; Harbor of rescuing
;4 Surrey AN IMPERATIVE has himself of i r order
I bdKeve this pcSSca Order first indication that he given of!the local '
the from secret ;
St. Narks. country the prospective dan.
1. PROPER AUTHORITY; .
I his whereabouts. That the tone and Jet of the te.r.o.Ji
ita head-and ,
NotlSBga--with great temperof Pbil&delpkda
We are gratified to l learn-that the Government gen with which it is threatened. The Union THE STATE COUNCIL,
socJertes all over Ifae country- that letter is tame" in comparison with, pattern, was"recently
_i of the United States hu determined to't.atte says with much beauty and force-" Fefew- twlb hut Maine California while assembled by pot op atbp-, '
spader's to
the of his friends be same subject Office And Sam
to the claim of a spirit own n assembled intern
4 a regular survey of the Bay and liar. countrymen, now, as before, there are lat two ing --&its fatal meshes in every :
Order, UNLESS IT BE think the resolutions adopted conclave
foileving
'br of St. AC ark*, and of the St. Marks River parties in the.U niled States. The id-fosb catratlng a vast amount of ." we to recem It wIth .
the attributes of by a large meeting of.&e Hards in the Uon*., W. lurih that .
j !' at least As High as the Raih-oad terminus, during ioned whig organization has fesen disbanded ssscning my friends who are .
{ I to tax and punish without ef New York on die 27A Jane conclusively be gives pn" -We
dy.
power city
:7 the year ending July 1, 1856. We have as the whigs admit alike try ttdfoa attJ lay restriction-the to settle do not wish to say any wanted I",

(l:! ; been politely shownkrs to thu effect from. word; burin its place 1m. arise a crr&fina- tional Council all power political matters by your feelings, but shows: public exhaaaon of the 8outhoz., -
more inconsistent Kttolvtd. That the liberal principle embodUJ fcy with the
if. :;- the Treasury Department, and.from ProC A. i tion, united by a common hope far power on United States, and taking hold .r which should Thomas Jeffenoo b UM Decuntioo of Itxtopeodem,. Nmtkem pattern, sad- fain /

::4 D.: Bache, Superintendent of the. Coast Survey. the one haS, yet ttfrti fey internal feuds grow. sciences of men-and swearing them than this obligation, and Moctioncd in the ooortilntioo. which make ours AI reei4 rtMed..s.oJfM..
: obedience to the mandates of the land of liberty and UM urltm of the oppressed of contrast with all
implicit < an4
fr ..; We are particularly gratified at this intelligence ing out ef dectrine*as numerous as the differ. Central Head their command ef the Presi. every nation have ever been among the canunal principles ; .IGI I _
even against
; as the capacity of the harbor and ing tongues in the tower of Babel, on the will-is the most -dat and Suppose that command of the democratic faith; MM that every attempt explained, ita tarfous material, tp.fli

: have been grossly misrepresented ether. "t&1s is the _existing opposition to the geNUS -as was the case in to abridge the priffleg of beeoming dtiiaoa structure, ud mystermu deme&r. Bat
port very that fats Bert
: organization ever yet "red bloody and owntr of the toil among o. ought to be resisted
:: 'i ill the reconnoisance of Lieut.P. Genie, lemocritic party, which party, stronger in its country. It is already an civil war papers in the land in the tame pint wbieb swept UM alien and sedition than all, we desired to witness a dts&&n

.,1; ; made in April, 1852, arid published in the report faith than ever, more eager for the Contest, EMPKRIO." A Government within in advance, to swear laws Retohri from our, That statute we are book.hostile to secret political societies lion of each pattern, after bei %iae4 'North

i! :. of the U. S. Const Survey for that year, and more willing to perish rather than yield ernment. And when we come to command of any man Jo this laud of political! infrrraatoo: and free ills and South, brought together forming a
which its
: l nt pages 95, 6, and 7. As instance of the I an inch to intolerance, stands like a fortress are principles BASED upon, the mischief SECRET and ? a vow thus inconside ecumeo institutions, as nnnecetsary and dangerous and to opposed the perpetuity to the spirit oar of form onr perfect in all its part Wonder if jt will

4 4'groRs nrfsrepresentation-of tfbe truth in that against its many-headed and many-titled Ad I i apprehended from it is infinitely more inconsiderately of government and that we deem it mare compatible be exhibited at the Capital of the State next'
the head I
of John the
Will : versaries. In all there These I consider in with thenunbood,boldoefc and integrity whic-h should fall ? SAM
f ; f.> report, wo mention one or two statements nature are two OppOSe principles as -and not similar SMASHED;
a characterize
may American citizens to meet in public for
I ; Wch are ridiculously inaccurate we l learn ing elements-the good and tho bad, the pare Constitution against the fundamental of the United principles States ? And to respond to the discussion of our principles and to set forth.oar purposes B. F. ALLEN, ESQ.,

as well from the Deputy Collector of the Port and the impure, the healthy and the unheal of the Order unless and our measures for the pu\tUe.ye *ad for
carried o'ut;; will end in a total public comprehensioo and judgment.Renolved Editor of the Florida Sentinel .

.J .- as from other responsible persons connected thy. Every man is said to be wrestling with some of the great and most vital of That the ooqualified hostility of all friend SIR :-*-! am not a member of the :

;,1\: : with the shipping business at St Marks. At two angels-the angel of virtue and the angelof tended to be secured by that thought or right of of free instituttoM Atmld be visited upon tbat spirit of Know ,
,., '.'. to a man as a freeman, sectarian eomttj which b.teen mated e f Lite for Nothing, or American Party, as.it fa tanar4
those which should be dear
\, 95 the : vice. And in case the good spirit is objects
page report says every under such parfisaa object iy ia
designing midst
: an obliga. mea oar ; that I am, however Unwilling to do either its
'1 t. 4' The result of the soundings is that eleven an open, upright, and candid spirit; while the true hearted American. ? and.1 tell you one and *. utterly oppose the proscription from office or de mem-"

...i.; fort may fee brought into the Spanish Hole bad spirit is &s secret asthe-pestfence, as wley Mr. Stephens- then -proceeds.to the it. or if I were now privation of oval rights of any citizen on account of his bers or principles injustice-, and Bndiolr.thtow! -I-

::. over the enter hat, and six and a half feet up as the serpetft, and as fatal as death. We and discussion ef the Constitution I yonder sun go down ment religione of which feelieffeoMsllr las been entertained sacredly gUaruteed and the to eniov.him am not as familiar with its platform aajoa

i" :; ..o the'Railroad Depot *t St. Marks" have two elements in wellas "order." lie quotes at length formula, this restriction upon under our State and Federal Constitutions and that appear to be, have determined to.Uk tor Ada ,
politics
':'r! ; Now we are unformed that the true depth opposing as !b.nd the man who will deliberately in this the nineteenth information as I
upon
tions and ritual it is called presume can
I you readily
in science and morals. The -one ds a bold i as on this century, and in these United States of Amerie lead sup
;2--: '. f water on the outer bar i is at least 12 $ or degree-for.this institution proceeds heavy yoke upon his voice or his vote for the building up of political ply. I do BO through the public preu;ramf
and candid the other secret and crafty unless
I.i party ; man- it should
13 feet instead of eleven,and that vessels Jrawin parties upon religions differences, is unworthy of the than by a private application because it
" It has its first its w2t
." .party. Tire-ene has a single creed applied grees. degree, I would break honor of American citizenship.
I. .f' 1 1nfY 1 ( Almost_ .. lailv. fin -the 'business for
give yop reason making our Explanation,
and its did the
': -0 01' \ to nH latitudes and to all men ; the other gree, third degree. The .. withes. A These resolutions have the ring of the jnie :
i.I : 15i'; ;;
:; .' .f'UJ); and nrfload at the Railroad second seem to be for the in his SOVEREIGN IN metal pubfidyj .thereby instruct other*, who>,I: .
has for miles of
an opinion fifty ,
every space
Wharf with the utmost convenience. We are kMW, Me as aauous as myself reeeirt* -
third for the office-holders
-4 .v: .the inaccuracies here and a champion for every particular dogma, or i[: crowd-ME. state tn
loss
_" at a to account lor for all who hold office with them news, see intelligence on your p p r'Offb- .
how each differ l11
matter from the oth Mr.
no if he had
Stephens
il pointed out, except'upon the supJKJsition off't may the adjoining page.A 240i ult, that the Philadelphia platform."c-
j er.Vlto will fail to see where his choice third degree.men. The Kw6 Degree,. given in change, after
: ; culpable carelessness on the part of the officerKywhera acrEs 2&a Congress pottette np,jvrudictioM,
in the xefeired to ]
step deveJepmentcftliis just by
.. should fall ? Who will hesitate "here !the Know Nothing Constitution.A "
k- .: the re.connoislaAce.was. conducted, over the subject of Slavery.
. lead broad and the dear?" has imit yet teen iWken, so Jar AS
as so glrt so citizen
of the Savannah
Augusta, Will
'
: I ) for we cannot supposeliiin. l *rs same have know read the obligation, says you oblige me by copying the sectionor
._ What follows the Georgian, has recently in ofa .
in
come possession clause
' : done, actuated ey a CRBerate te3ire :to ue- In .a jengthy article on Mr. Dickinson's let But let containing. t assertion f fIn
.i.--i- us examine tins first It is
step. to read. What of the Know Constitution '
of
(_-4 f.jrcciato the-capatttf of the Port and Harbor ter, published in the Floridian of last Saturday in the dark to all who take it; or at ADMONITIONS comes copy Nothing the.same number of your paper;, yOU' .

'i'! .. of SL Marks. TJhisTeport, not content with the Sentinel, among other things, MYS- was at first, and would have been I expect That I will that city, which he publishes in the Constitu- sort that the Platform declares ".That Con.grcs .

time, accident had fionaliat/or the i>ene t oPtheae outside and ha no rowia to Kith Ou
t4' .. grossly misrepresenting the depth of the water, In order to know what degree of importance present not my strength to speak interfere jwrt.
things to light. The inside, and the public genera Of the ion in the
OBJECT is
the Territcrie
rise of the tide ** the eeremony
also misrepresents tie to attach to the opinions of the editor,
1tr4 l : average rise and fall of the tide amounting to who passes s his judgment so freely upon men PERFECT SECEESY. Each initiated. into the first degree. manner in which the original was obtained he' wm you sopy the section or clause con.

: And measures; it would perhaps afford Mr.' sworn u rt to comimrracate even to concluding part of this has no cognizance whatever. He further disclaims taining that declaration TIn
the -
;.. wo feet eight inches. Upon same AUthority DIDATE FOB ADMISSION anything

r I -which we have given for The 4epth t>f Dickinson some relief to Know what Mr. principles until he is brought to the the penalty of ex having been directly or indirecly con- .the same number you laud the American
:, Urowrilow, of the Knoville (Tenn.) Whig, hassaid -
cerned in that affair. He is able however
swear to do, or not to do Order Party in the Empire State for '
r( t water, we assertifliatthe daily tide at St Marksis about his confroree the Florida De. something of the forfeiture deekriaf*
-1 he has no information "before- members, and being: on Ihe authority of one of the four gentleman "that the fugitive slave law ail be executed
instead
; from S feet 6'inches' to 4 feet 6 inches. mocracy.
{ moment's thought or reflection eties -of'the whose AK attached to die .doc
.- same, signature -that the Nebra&a act theft "with
t inches! Such .inaccuracies are We have heard of this attack the notorious fgr.&s'r not their
I of 2 feet S by propriety or!impropriety of taking the YOUR'<5ot> AM YOUR ument, to vouch that it is a faithful teuwcript consent be repealed tkatt the Misaourf
nor
'well calculated .the ''business and Broicnlov but have tion. New this 3 : ,
.J: -injare never seen it, as why SCCBXSY Why
of the original Constitution of the Council in compromise be restored. That
: 'commerce of ear port, and therefore we re- we do not exchange with him. We have and aHorejnen- uJtg* ea< you, or any of Congress
that We it here for the
M city. republish benefit shall not iocdi In the
a position, whereThey may take such a man as a TRAITOR sJaeery District of Columbia
!:joioe-to: learn that daring the. current year they been told, however, by a distinguished Whig, .
: obligation instantly and without time ." Whence is of those outside and inside the Lodge in and that non-intervention in the'.Territories
that it is low scurrillous and
: will be officially corrected. a thing; it is of it and consider of it? If freemen -What Star Chamber Savannah and the public generally. is the'true.a prin jole.w;
contact 1
doubtless this scurrillous feature that has
trusted theirhonor cannot be relied Inquisition
'
ever
lS'- on KNOW NftTsune CoxsTirrnoxArt. dislike troc&lesome; jc{ .
The New Governor of Kansas. toappear if
; commended it to the editor of the Sentinel.As .- OATH MUST BE TAKEN BY THEM, to .nrleJ1ow.ci zens? : you

-, lion. John L. Dawson, the newly appointed for 4ke attack itself, we care nothing.- to obey your bidding, as "LIEGE : weeds: Humber. This Six.<*of ganicxfko4haU1 the State of Georgia.Art.2. >e known. .as iCoun-. would add to be..by publishing thex

::i! Governor of Kansas; was a member ef.the Brnwrflow.is :too wet! known to cause the sworn by their haughty lord, why then invested by the .The objects shall be to resist the insidious proceedings of the State. Convention which

4; last Congress-.from: the 18th Congressional in public? why be so private and secret appertaining to the policy of th. Church of Borne sod all other foreign made all these high resolves yon would con'**
t slightest feeling at assaults Coming from him.l .
institutions of this
influence the
it? DOES and against by
IT NOT LOOK AS IF THE countersigns county placing ( M1er
:- I! DistriutufPennsylvania. He was a strong ad- his own State, he is not only entirely Without TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE "sign recognition," in all office b the gift of the people, whether by er a tasting .

.4', ','ocateJorihe Homestead bill, aud we believe respectable character, but l His jejxitation : What the greatest boast as well as &&?' with the means election icitizeos.Art. or appointment. xoxx but a native born PmoVCSXAST In ile canoe number of your paper you furxuh .

was'the'author of that measure'which excited is that of a common slanderer and *-pest I! of an Ameaeao I Is it not that he is a ; ofa meeting gIven, *.A person to become a member,most be twen A resolution intxxbeed into the Democratic

- -o-ninch discussion during the first session of to the community, a disgrace to the cnarch i MAN, And can-and ought to vote as he pl sign of caution ;" ty-one yeaa.of age and beliere in the existence of a supreme Convention of Pennsylvsuiaendoning
tbeiQEeatoraQd Preserver of the
Universe -
according 'to the untrammelled dictates impresses on the Beiag a* ; :
Gov.
.4 iflie last Congress. He was an original supporter which tolerates him, and'a disgusting blotch: ownjodgment? Why not allow his of the and born within She United States of at least Reeder's course in Kansas, which you.
man.
Bill secresy one native born American iparent.-or<)ftrapd was laid the .t bJ the
NebrasVa-Kanas parents say on introduction
friend of
and the fair face of the editorial ,
; upon fraternity. to 'be free until the last expiring hour i candidates who took an active port mlbe 1hYC1OtOO u1ht RepablksD .' "

and gave to that t great measure all his influ. As we never had the misfortune to be person tion :&KV, iif he so pleases ? I have ; responsibility of the side and be a PaorwMjrr fadaitfa luasalf and however, is, yon, think-..iDg... 4'4-

; enc The Know Nothing Whig Abolition ally acquainted with such a wretched specimen fences made in the papers of this ." of PaonstAirt BOXAM CATHOUO parents! aad,not united -jo marie to Will inform us what .dfspoddoEnow ,6..

Ptpers of the free States are fiercely hostile of humanity, some intense political enemy FEATURE and"heard some made many be considered a At'. 6.There shall be a Committee of lire the Netting Attertcan Party'made c'f'

1 The Hartford Cour- upon the stump, which, I think, for the ; most of it relates to, most active members of the Councils which Com such a reeorafion, .,,v&ea. 'lotrodtteea" into tl i
insttheappointinent: and there .
whom Brownlow
_.I JIg between of the Order, it wwfid'have been better WCNS the j>ass arorde i mittee shall be styled-The Committee of Vigilance" Legislature of ; 't.. "

franZ says- deubtieu exists a.Jellaw feeling," and who ., had never been made. These(defences "sictr or CAKTTION," whose duty it shall be to fry into the portieular re- Penssyrnuu&t .v.

f1 ," This iBewson"was candidate forre-elec- despaired of getting the opportunity for vent ted to this, that such was the"-TYRANNY ," all ef which the b'sioo and reliability and respectabOilty of all 'future There are other poin OllI"wiJea Jrfesir
October and de- that the members is ..under applicants for adaussioo to membership in.this Council information but fear triH coaster ineiiiquisitive ,
r1 lion to.Congress last was ing his malice nearer'home, must have made parties of this new I given to fineh Committee shall be appointed by the Ureajd yon -
b tieated iby an anti-Nebraska man. lie is a were COMPELLED and DRIVEN to this < to, unless ttie t,he first consulting with the STee Presdent and Answers to the.above Wtfl gmtly
himself
;:Z ,pro-slavery man of the very worst possible the medium through which this attack as a matter of NECESSITY. Does this and under which if ic4tueadeaidC.mmisI1Ihn1dtyoittuar.tes.orsizmooths. We.an .

-I- 4 stamp, an: unscrupulous agent of the slave has been fashioned into shitpa.and given to we'll for"the manliness and independent abolitionist at the .

?t power in everything. The President has thus the public by the badiman whomeee the.columns .. ibose'men who constitute the here, and be taken k $.AIl DOll a for public offices aI1 take -ENQUIRER. AFTER TBUTH
place at a mass meemgof the Order,and the"brother" n -
v-1. J* anticipated-the GMt cr.tlle.bawl of ruffians ef(the WMgiMithe assassin does hisdagger. who .themselves up as such lynched, as he ought receiving of the votes cast shall be de- The Savannah ,JVew eccuneiit-
? f ettfedlhe Kansas Leg.a Dre-anil.luUJ .officially entitled .aboveda .others rule to be d thc morning ,?
the Sentinel are to expect cUred by the Order,and shall receive
.. If the editor of die-
;11If; 'red hidfzpbulder of aheir can?-men so ABJECT,unfthis free any members of the the noanimouB support of each member of the Order, ing on the robbeny Minister Wheeler, ,by

acta. This act onLy precipitates tfhe;iissue between posed to wiggle tthe slimy wake of kadi a where.every man can.do.as rile pleases cry distress" must, whether he be present at soefa nomination or Dot ID i the abolitionists of Philadelphia, conducts

L': slavery and reedom, which new inevitable reptile,ilet-it be.known. If we are correctly have iitjpnt forth a-defence for them Mqponded to, "'' case the meeting DO brother should select wish.from.those to be a candidate iatbeaamc then thus: '
may
-1 and for'which let us all immediately inf nned,- the assault referred to is not levelled they were OKKAID TO AVOW IHEIE ; & ." Is that maDDtL We Kjganithe matter as one ,of no great

r iprepare." alone st'the lliorufithe Floridian, but XKNTS, and were arc into uC I ; wanted xead? t. (L, BkODGii,.3r, conseQuence. It serves however,to illustrate

:b The Philadelphia Sun, New Haven Journal :- embraces i indirectly come .f tthe .first and Compelled HIDE from THEIR FELLOW .3.& ..B.J. Onaas MI&nT,, the p uitical and-sodisl, relationshi&t! existing
'
4 New Bedford Standard, New Bedford best citizens of this community.. and MADE TO TJCTE IN OATH tear TO t. L. XTOQ-oo.'e. between ;the people BE KNOWN THAT THEY WERE
tI .1: Mercury, &c., discourse in the same vein.- CIL? Is it so tthstrthe is EVER IN Council in Anderson' To those conversant with the Consfhiution,* Northern brethren -hew rfhqr, &$ towards,
party com'po entertain oar'
j The latter paper speaks thus: Another Care I f' such men, so weak and frail.in spirit, so : the 18th July,and oaths, degrees, and initiatory ceremonies of: us, what respect have(hey from for them.rights If
and what we .
The dark-lantern have been the National .Council there is in this expect
: Oar readers will receive this announce- .oligarchy and chickBnhearted as this defence I 62 members. The nothing it should also serve to deter others frocaf

.. micat, as we.make it, less in sorrow than in.anger.forutJslhe counting upon New Jersey as at least one them to be t'Much cravervhearted had on the occa document particulaly new.or. deserving'atten.- exposing themselves to insult and robbery,of

44 declaration of war on the Northern- tate that would plant.itself firmly I do not belitve it I thick better oftthem( : I tion. _AU of its propositions and much of' ita their property,'it will have, at I lea4 ODe geod
ou, Jt will be an eternal their defender do-and well phraseology may be found in that famous manifesto
.c. partoftheEzec may We
and Bgearely on the Philadelphia' platform.But .&OL effect. may :expect, the righto of boapi-
18th 1855. civil and
of
tI 'aiagrace.to.the.Korthern.State that'casts, one them cxclain, "s&vejUB from our friends, religious proscription.,
alas!\J.h State has i itself thflty-fromtheTurka and Arab*, wd we oa/
vote/or,Fnklin; PJerce or bis successor to ranged on aside better 'defence than this can he (Council, No. 231, It haa.hawevcr been asserted in:our I'idatand demand retribution for the '
from
: the Doniin&non' rtbe.adn Distration party.- of"freedom," The'SavAnnah Republican them or the IKC.EsT FEATURE. If 1 ous appointment by the.State. Council jiroclaioiedjn the. robbery .usdion.ofEuropebut -

it- ? There! but-one .cesoorceJeft, the postpone- of the 6th just,.containsthis small but 1 fence be well founded bold set of I usuaUormalities of most autheiitau've manner., though atrtheaame one nor.enforce; the'.we other can from neither OCf"Jellm expect 't01 tf.

J : ment or n ..other Question .the one great significant paragraph ion.the.subject: there t would be to rule America, wouldn't i ed ito transact time with '! fji g .inconsistency, that e the free 8 tales .: .

-I i;;eorthrsonthbe.vowdto, tie! .Hithliretesented the.party as ; B. B. Goodwin'of the order;in Georgia *eught not to' proscnbe,
NEW JEBIBY Kwow JKorniKo !, .
make.Kansas a'slave! .territory, end.the Exec otmCThe'State of such 'men alit muat 'berif this which were Catholics or ::iimpose religious (teat.' Howimndh '' -
: -' .utive.hu kntItaclftothipZp01L..lLtuu&t Council of Know Nothings met true, I shodlh doubtless havcfceen truth there is an this assertion, may now A correspondent of the : c.aJ,

4 ; be the vow of'the N.icth.toJbe kept at.aay in Trenton N. i. Wednesday JQne.hundred with having most outrageously abused Council is this day. be seen by.this Constitution,.which is doubtless attention of the proper authorhJeaAo!..

jprice and at any,hazard, that J aosas on eaglave' discussion andflftyperselll resolutions were present Afteralengthy I The TKUTH is, ruB; DEFENCE is \thereof are left a. ood:sample of all in the State. Cath-- -of the Stage road 'leadW-4e4c1't
hall renoain. forever ? were_ adopted ptO- For this'f it at olics,1Mder foreign or notice birth, even II
terfitory, territory! .testing against the 12th section of the Philadelphia ;PHETEXT. expose and they please '. Thomasvflle. He. rjgrf? :Tho
." ., 4 it In this country noitnan having i in all time to c me. ; :Prvte q u'_itedwtncrriage: vith. Catholic c&ti
these attacks,the jplatform, (on the slavery question) as not good o-jectii j afraid tto speak'his Jook upon n the Order edi. th Lt 4md jn ,the most unmistakable most shocking order,.and not only ttTC
y-r( Notwithstanding savage. befog a juut of American I principles.The ; ,terms proscribed for "all o gift of but the to W. t\er
South denounce .or avow them-aJl'' know, but the"/ :'government. and c.8I.iuthe one aDzdgtoc!
;- Know L' Council also protected the '
Nothing pre ; !"against. NpeloctheMiisoui shameless,part of this-raxarEXT is the the .union. of'these, Ae people. whether Vjr. jBlection.-or ,appointment" .both or those ro.da ..days.aj fi c1
fi Uw-rPresideni a* Sharing; J lent himself.to the Cvnr. Moreover it madeilh' .
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; ; : of O1d;parties. What party on earth is p7ea uig jiuty considerable diecllh ,,, u'W

ftbO1itibiZt J : ....'. .' .. Thus.far, every Northern State that has thisand: that got qpJnRome by Catelme ; ,we do earnestly members of thU secret t order' to pry ':into -mZtt& U
1. j ; ... for the abolition view "the i reKgion their jfeu6vrqnxensmay ,lew' the plaster* wlIT.Jst&UI toj,:" !
;
t .lJoIt It" .. ? .. ; : spoken, has,gone slump presumed \exercise over.its iocrati friends In particular. ". ., ,
;. *.l itfr Mr.;Heorf;Chapin has.beenappointe. ,of the qnestiontthas .conclusively showing TYRAWKY.ef.a sovereignty, .over his connection with profess, lest'perchance, by_aW,poawblli- I:Q U the:'C ;&a 01" ia.:rill pee;

4 :; 'l.P.'mi ief. .. riallibett law .that the bastardAmeiican order in ,the North in reqmrinff.an OATH ef REALTY.AKO ? strongly ty, .there.may be.a mistake. .,-Vf,low', -after ;; : 'mu

(11 zn .iie ucjts t1e :$& '. than Abolition present? the iews.; mply (o.your. .to IU t.the honest I these .discloaores' oar Know Nothing .friarida' f I' th .fti8 to.ba.. .IO stJ.
: more .an Whig '
; nothing ttdfifv selvMt ,
.- '. ; j. consideration asiinteUigent freemen f. Kentucky, will nof wuwWy; .4 "- ---1 I i
rata
file will take the"re u .t; iar.rort. the. ; ,.
Ullit.ti..sta&el-.ud.tn theischarfeoftoAdbb '. fungus. ._ After discussing t.lergthone of the ..4- ;(' disclaim.- reMloui' ..nro.. crIiU' ..'. r_.t, Ij.A.H': ... ,. -;/ -r -e..4Gea n r- ".

Constitution oCthe. I .tBwiid ni \ ti .r".,. :re.j .. ... ittmnfn J1.W4'.I.b.
'ColW.M.Iye.hibestiomnated" ar oaths.of the! rdet" :'which, in the fa I .7:1 : : '' ,'.. .. 1 .
,
?
iaya:- ;.( reiary jpbx,tem. r
- j the,Constitution,dmposez a ; TRB. DimiaiM"ros mBnrt&VfitoreUric d&s.! tegr jID'
Coiumbia candidate for: religipui test ,.. .
'i : Aa (
.elf'X f'.wffl i oistop'to InipireWheihfrWiotEff'ii ; t ; !! J..J''t'

"a ioWitotiotul---it iatlt( ; ocgiit, : : occathLefBsLstareJtoauEpy.te.TacaDcy *- Stephens proceeds ,I" ;. : ; ..Cit" U. ftH. .-' -'-.*' ',Ml"n-of tKa NeW** >Kf'iT En Und> I* n W&d$_&.-&-ot- "I.ffOm.. &. ..' -i"r.. < 'r\ ,.

.t8r s Dd ,:e IbenIf.t .sioned.by.the re VJ. %nation t3 -of"- Hon.* rf*' J.* 'T. B44en7' But I canriot'dwell."' pon4hia' ( ; ublishfir" ;will pab-' .1''- faI1 .- .; :, ..;":, ...t' **;Nstqio :;t.-. .t...

i'' lei!rt;pldf or ; "HlstGov. .t.i <.f'l. i obligttion.'It Would take an.I hour to e : Lift ami ,Time* of pro r r!. .. .. . -,"" ._. "! r 'ttll .ftB Iir
'j a4' the'tdhWiou* iieonM oencas Uhat. : u'ed: NevE 'I ftbufr nda, : 'JOf.} .; ';, lti' ; 'n. 4I4-tt1o
.1'd dto J expect dvfigttinMU ly to flow froa-/tt ; : ; i;T= iq' cnj Ur '-.I .tttl i 1 ,b 1 hl1'tutt' .' It$
: ."' JrfmswaSaturday .lUe. iQ ( f Jr vi ifl d .J lMd., 8 ; tf1 :ttote .8.'M Oth.Who $
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of several
l ttcal ofssnttion.. parts of 4t ..t.nri,1 t ? A" = .
!.-A tria., : rot fi rab'G' rdf "
render iMfyeratefa 14'f8 e.Law nex- Mttadayfollowjn( ibr instants!ti lhilrwhcr! .weirsWxy; 23y Ts Jp tSLk.tit .. i, t" _11-, ,"(. =
i E-.woCdS to 'itand was 20th be be TrounvSle. .$: iefbfsca:1ccompany :; .. tbJ._ t t:&. hIt ( ... P .,
-in oth nullify ,) is to .at beepft7,1ntheewotth: : : under the iuperin t ., ... tL J' ') .

.Fusltd byihie MUiACh'&KettaKu& Nothings. him. You will.m all politic! matters, so himself. Janet: :, of Wisconsin. .



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that city i ". 1 and i 1 to ettsit the zlgbt sd Ictnets t
-Bat tbfc 'prejndice agrfrret feigns Dtooralip gains so far.sXOOND ., sfaWf |k>rs that''allF.ree the -"foreign-. August I It Ittff.
n6t,, nfllfi; th<* .maJn.ro thatjt good wuse, butDstonrlnte i[: DW'AT B.l] we popuhtioa, but little Norft'arp acqaajnlAi. tritUelJ soilw', .1: Savanna l&sjllpaj! CoUcge.'rag sal meat m&WIde.with and..tbt-.foafidceet,.,that otn Ii.* iien. .

it ; (Q .weDfJed them: We ._RJLLKIOH: Aug. & 12 o'clock. not had the auyanflato l JenyIt, "Will :Third CowpOt Ltctora in this fnslitotioo, ., it will pustnt difo nc tf. ttrfroMfr JC tW] J'

:. need .tbeir geoia* ,an4.their labor.; ,It wall. Nearly all of.the ounty of Wake has gentiemen.who to _Io-mdeh ai, will coBunenwoo* Ui jBrst Uooiajr -M" v" JfMP .1

Christopher CoUes, an Irishmau, who sogges- heard from. next :.''-. .' L.. S : I 'of the respectable c.DOt.! \
is matter 4 .irjij. i1 au'ror '
> .
: ; The Clinical Lectors) ufMadyjoj j apd Surgery,at thru mbch
afterwtrds magnificently car- J. JaJJrIJ .
the idea no 1
ted of Mr. L. O'B. Branch '
The :
majority eatiJlI'cdn1i t d'u Ute Savannah BOSM smt jfllcommence'on -
egpCUoiQiM stood as"arrft ttog-to tUnMrrt*, ''IIf1, ,.
Tied out by..De Watt Clinton; of connectingby .' Wake county will be from 450 to 500. i :?OUT -'mmdd f-BOfflaixii| abs'aovi| (. .re.I the'18tJi of"October sod cop jpt dpripgth i catloonA"$fJb. poat whkh baa.fa* ,
'
canal the great lakes with the seaboard.It All reports that have reached from thereat n KC* t enrfe:*v '. ,. bet inUodJo .exprsa aeonfidfot rti_ *Jvfntjy i

was Robert Fulton, whose father.and other counties in the n.striet.are favorable. ; : isit if ha Cpreignaw-N rth.betpne to ;". .JACUiVrTj ,'. ** ,t. .:, Profession throqgqbn. ijw wJnrj. wr. r .,-.. : .
mother poke tt s, .Des .
sent through its columna the slat
inventke gens gave to the ocean. .that thing District is of the counties sdwtjiu4s_
The composed N'
as the-Know tbjn'gowd .
attempt and Diseases of Women and Children &fCJMT o/Mtdxi H in all its tp.r wis.as !
of life, that! taking jn.its'brawrij: arms of Wake, Franklin, Warren, Granville, I 'from them political power What P.II. KOLI..OOX. JrL D. from tbe BOS*.reliable socrm in the old,.as,WtD. .U Bf 4

iroa i4 oak hundreds of lives and millions Nash and Johnston. I Hale, Bel'', et jd nvne gtnti.i mean Principles and Practice of Surgery W.O.Bvtioc*. DfT wo/Id. ..

of treasure at New York, walks steadily off Gov. Bragg carried the District in.tJIe. themselves of t efficient aid of M D. They are prepared to heft the trO :of'to *. ,
them the Atlantic, and places ? Medical Cfcem.frT-C. W. Wnr, II. D. but f'qUf k for the angioc VO4SSO1 aumueous
with across The
: cent electionby 2517 majority. | ; ; Free'soilers? Who will ac '
Institution of Medicine E H.Matrix, M. D. friends, .1 hat aofailed .a'rdvbtlloar
Them all safely down .upon the wharves .ib, Wake of 574 for Gov. in disre .' ., -
: | gave Bragg'a majority Gardiner's conduct Anatomy-T. O. How &, M. D. than the piNep. j.' 1 -
' Liverpool in &days an4.30 minutes. Branch has. gained considerably over his friends in the city of Boston t In Materia atedica[ and Medical Jurisprndcnce- J. BRzAn With DO disposition to a. afl, let "par.d 0 tie- '

America cannot afford to spare ita Irish vote. words, if the foreigners North are abo M.D. fend aDd deUrmfoed to Wsy--r MrHtotktdi.) <. .
intellect English literature might as well Demonstrator of Anatomy-. J. WIST M. D. charge of dtrtr. and to leaw nothing 4n their powt '
i[:THIKD DISPATCH.] why did c'ar .agaios them orig. I '
F.esforthectzrauxe.$10500Matiieul.ationTicket undone at I least to deterw ioeeu, Jbekttot tUakoffaflnre. ,
and Burke
. part with Moore and G.oldsuMth RALEIGH, Aug. 3-9, P. M. with abolitionists f Be so kind as to .. .... .. ...... .-600 j '. .4 ,.
and QWATTIK The Democracy certainly triumphant in Uu absurdity j -how the foreigners Ample facilities will be funlsh 4 for' the' study 0(1 ne JtIW" will be' kwwdabout fr*0T. i

W* seed the Irish laborer; \vp need hint \ Fourth or Raleigh District I. O'B. be Free-soBers yet y.ote .with de Demo Practical Anatomy. Board.can}M hs4 at Qr a $4 tol month each number will contain M large Octaro pfM.

dig our canals to make. our railroads, and Democrat beats James B. Shepard, K. N., party, which Gas always opposed Free- $1 perweek. For further particulars apply t. j. making orer750 pagea auooallr. >' r" '
of brick in our cities- C.WWEST.bDean.Auguct It yill be published! at S* per IDD= b kdra e. '.
to pile np our palaces Warren COUIKy.eoo ; in Wake 466 ; in t I 11, 1855.QuincyMale. Sm-Si Th..W ttn iber to be issued the 'lsV8pUmbrAfrarj ,

labor but, thank God,1olaboris respectable fin 381 ; in Granville 101 ; ;u Johnston ; : is it that' ti e W.orth.West iww nu. 1 m jflt ill' be mad ht iaMiiibf*Ha aaoouobtr .

in this country. We need the Norwegian and (total 1624 ;) and Orange gives Shepard ] populated by Irish and Germans, and Female Academy. of suitajStB kdrertWtnttits. All oonaooaleal- .

the Swede to sow the prairies oftfw. West majority. Nash has not been heard From, to the National Councils the best T HE next session will begin on the first Monday in tions to be addressed to lbs Editors 'uf the AtlaaUHedical
wheat we need e.GefIJI&n to.pUni.the : the has had next Board l and Sorrfcal mrpaL f *',' ; ,
with ; has given Branch at least 1000 majority.These So.udi ever there t September .including washing may '
Ohio with .6'ijne; and we need 1 be obtained in the family of the for limited JO P.lOOAjf.|L p. Prof- of RrwWofy'aad
Principal a -
vaUe,1ofthe '
are all gains over the vote given w.e ace ve sine satisfactory aesfver General FaiKoWy. "- Jv.W. .
ndra1iottersuiFt4 cultivate number Students '
born of bojh at month. Editors
". race) omen rice fields of \I1e-'Carolina.s and the Gev. Bragg last August, when he carried .se ..questions, we fibafi begin soon to sus- Fuel and lights $1 per month. sexes For further tipper { F. WESTMORELAKft, >LP, Pro*. .
the
".' District by 2517 majority.In that Abe aforztientioueJ l .assertion, that 1 lars T.es p ctisg rates of tuition, regulations <"Utica-I ofSurgeryioth.AUantsied.4.Atlanta .
ol'the SbotK These 11 here II.
:.
cotton plant ; are ,I, the first district Shaw, Dem., has are n.11'F.ree.soiiers,like most of I sec printed catalogue, which may be obtained ; July 21, 1S5. i
and we need them. We.. cannot do without Know is noth. plication to N. H. STEWART, Principal .
majority in Northampton, and six in Nothing arguments, G&er1es. ;
them if we would. They are, in a great assertion.-Atlanta Intelligencer. August 11, 18C5. S2 Fresh Assortment of i

measure,the artificers q(our country's wealth.I! county. Pia w it. R. ':
LT '
In the third or Wilmington Disjrjct the Andrew Female -
College I
They have aided largely in building up the ports are ery favorable for Winsiow, PILLow AND MAJ. DONELKON. CUTHBERT GEORGIA. 'lit 8nb nb rs hart just received a larga&4. ..,
edifice of our.national greatness. X assortment Groceries which toffitt.or ."
collision re ently occured at Colum general they .; Iii
And is there any danger.that the interests crat.In Tenn. between Donelson and IIE entire Scholastic rear of this Institution by ( Coi: / and Cask only,lZ071 tvpuitntal ,""; ,
the fifth learn that E. ( )
District Major 1 .
:we J_ joint resolution of diutomert flute vlx.
of will be betrayed by its foreign tfte jfauUy and'TrcsUea.fca* on short f : : i
our country t Have not cur' citizens of foreign Beade, K. N., beats K.err""Tbig, 1,550 I Pillow. Donelson, in the course of beeo thrown into roe Term Commencing on the First 40 Casks Sides aod-; Sbeuldert. ..
: population the county of Guilford. At the August deneflneed the roembersof Nash. ,Monday in Septe mbejr.and jdojiog on CktUMKNCXMEjiT 2 Plains Haass, l I: ,; '

,; orfem, in the main, proved themselves true to tion Guilford gave Dockery, Whig, 1,08majority (Convention ,as traitors. PjHow.. being. PAT-llmredaj after the FQWJ Sabbath in June. 4 M Bet Sugar Cared Haas", ." f.' ,'; ,
of their I Who f.ttem
the country adoption : 2 Hbds.Prime Sugar, .'J'
or .HP': '
crowd
Y lie
over Bragg, Dem. promptly replied QU 1CLTa
: hat deaerted our standard r .betrayed the 2 ChotcBbla. ',f ,, I
sir!1" Donelson rejoined *' Y0u Acousaru Alffy, A. M-, Pst-Protessor of 11' ;
are N -
cabinet? of the Another dated 2 inrkar ;
[ secrets of our The tei es dispatch Aug. 6, says 1
fool General Pillow rushed gogtiah Utefip& and .r4cUt ea. '
MBgaaf 76CO Superfine Floor >. ;1
I revolution were not Irishmen. IgMunen were in the First Djstrict Paine, Know the stand, but was arrested by the Rey.J.H.C.LDWlLLL A.H, Professor of Mental Plants Extra Family /lour, .

iJ not in.the defence of the Capitol when Washington has been elected to Congress by 300 majority Donelson obtained stick and went and Moral Philosophy.: 40 Whiskey. 4_ i
was ingloriously burnt; but they -were a Rer. '.X Foaayxa, A. M. Professor of Mathematics 2 to MODODphe1a, .
Shaw his remarks. He said he did not Ij't ;
over Democrat. and Natural Science. Mess '
at New Orleans when the flag of St. George 20 Pork I.
to all the members of the Con. Miss Ax* E. ALOXK, of "
charge Principal Primary Department 2 Dried Apples. ,' i.
trailed in the Cerro :
t. at
4a they were
was ; and Instructress in I
yjth traitors but in this > Botany and Frencn. Cra fd
Tennessee. Q? > being excep 5 Sugar, ,
:,
Gordo with the gallant Shields; and at Buena B. R. Liavoui, Principal of Musical Department 6 'I I -. f
$d embrace Gen. Pillow. Gen.
Vim with .Badef and O'Brien, Gorman and The intelligence from .this Sjwrfe is Pot Mrs. L. E. Gun, and Mrs. K! T. CALDWELL Oroa- > *.* Ar4 Oil I '. "If,. .I !
than dtdd tym liar '
fircely as a
McKe. They were hot at Hartford but they dietary. If the reports by telegraph are mental Branches. 'I; Pickled .1'tga... ,f 'Jt. .
were 'at Carpenter's 'Hail at the birth of : traitor to the Democracy and to the Thia Institution now present to the Public.advan- 1 Smoked be .. :H..,... j I I
American and the names of be believed, the Know Nothings have 1 and rushed at the etiftiff. but was ar tagea which few possess. A large and elegantly.con- 2 Boxes Smoked Tongues,. Sugar Cured' ,*ji 'j II

Independence Smith; and Bead. Car- every thing before them, but the WhenMajor: Donelsoja cjosed, Gen- structed College edifice; one of the largest chapels in I JO OIl St.JulieQarvt, ', ,.*? I)
: and ,
Thornton Taylor, the State all
; necessary outbuildings and enclosures U ,
\ was shouted for and .TOOWte h.e
Union of the 5th '
roll and Lynch, Rutledge and McKean, have gives returns, official .5 Boarding Department fitted up in the most neat and 5 I. Caud1H; ;'It ;
.
gone down to immortality signed!'upon !that reported, from 64 Counties, which show Comfortable style under the superintendance of the 10 KWt No. 1 LardT ." .. I.

instrument, there drawn up, that enfranchisedhalf for Andrew Johnson over hjs .vote in 1853 Pillow said to Major Donejson- Teachers qodr the themselves careful direction; with of the ladies domestic of department.. 6 M beat Spunh Seg rt, '... 'I,'1.v:, 1; I
charge or insinuate that you then de experieoce 2 Bbls.Cider Vinegar, :
a continent and gave to humanity new 479Q -and for .of added-to 4$Abe facilities for a thorough course of In.utEUOtion I
gains
.Gentry 467Q. them traitors if make 10 Ban Rio Coffee.
' as or now .
ground Jo mud.upo. jn God's own time.to, you winch any ajmiUr institution can offer. It 12 Bbk ReboiUd '." II',. iFwr '" I
Syrup % r .
Cfrtten M8-: it is false !-it is false sir At will be seen'by re/erqpoeto.qur that
disenthral the world..c Gatalogne our Sale by timELy 4L kfi.1 -'
4 Six delegates of Irish descent were in the We have returns, official or reported, { Major Do elson struck General Pil ratea both of Bovd apd ', ace 1 leas 4o.can. July 28,1855. :0. ': ... ,I

convention that framed -the constitution of the all the counties in Middle and West Tennessee the arm, and General Pillow gave him found e1aew here. JRa faft,jui heae times x>f pecuniary ? J',.-' i iCity. ". ,I L I

United States. The Irish heart has always but four,and from about half of East Tennessee. ; the head. They were then separa- ing daughters pressure, is to worthy educate.the consideration of those Jba-. Tax Collector? Sale.. : :,

beat in unison with American feeling. When We have no doubt of After great excitement, General Pillow The Boarding Department be under the direction B Y'ue' of the anthorirj' vested kb BM I have ,.

Dr. Franklin was in Dublin in 1771, at the i election by a handsome majority. He took the stand, and finished his re- of President Alden and lady,and of PlOt Cud- levied upon and win expose foeaalsviafrontstbat / 'I" .(
S well and lady. With spacious and comfortable dormitories >tit HoDM in the City of TaUalunts bttvwitlferfcoafe
His inVest Tennessee : I
the Irish Parliament the rules own gains largely
of (by
opening ,large and convenient closets new and elegant ofie and t deJ,. .fliit MoBdajrJo '. .
of the house strangers -wire admitted only to Middle Tennessee, and loses in East Tennessee. furmtme, good and experienced servants, and tables : Se thrtaUowiog-described ptoptrtrt I.

the alierie*.) upon the entrance.f Dr. Franklin The tables below show the losses 3es9Q9j cawot be Con- furnished with the best the market affords; t.gether Lota No. 65, 104, 150,' 234. 273,.04) Plan: !i f.

the speaker rose, and observed that there gains .to be about even so far.Ve do : irorertedj with a wholesome yet parental discipline we hope to Lota Na 11, 2N, W, 23i. SA'l,!",Horffl : of I
it .for the increase the liberal patronage with which the College Lota No. 22, Nortb-baIfCoonty Qcawtflrit Na,4. Ii
American and thttik ; possible remaining ; One of the most startling is narrated
was a distinguished present .caws jbas hitherto. been favored. 12, 13, 15. 18, 25,'I,41, 88, 7 ,!(? by a unanimous vote, he was invited fo takea to defeat him. Vermifuge by'Dr.i snUerof Loiv- T. w. .. 50 ,. U.. ". 4' 4
F. X. ty. ..U; .
Co. Ohio. The that of IXWSTEJ2, '.. I
seat on the floor of the house. It was the For Congress there is no doubt ofthe election cue was a young; adwnoo, uinicrv DOt koo nvv, .r I t II
had been sick for fight arid had Secretary of fucvlty.
cause and people Dr. Franklin representedthat of SMITH, JONES, and WEIGHT, (dems.) a number very of physicians who ytart had treated it August 11, 186.FRESH .32-tJa I Tbe sjyvewdlbe' sold. for Cit'fa.- fie *,the.
dictated this act of courtesy on the part and we think SAVAGE (deia.) also 4ft elected.For of Prolapsus Uten. Dr Butler was then called year.1 855. > ** JOHN WlSO T J

of the Irish Parliament. The first public the Senate, as far as heard from, for a time believed with his predecessors that GARDigW SEEPS. July 2% 1855. .S 0 .w .a'1''rr'7r: .

: meeting held abroad to express sympathy for gain one-HEAD, of Sumner ; and lose on i:1.a case cf Prolapsus. He was, however, soon GROWTH OF JW. -:- : .1ft JF'eJ.; ; : : :: : ; j.
( to the conclusion that his '"
patient was suffering ; ,
the Americaa.CQ oJ es was in Belfast,Ireland, in the Shejby district RUTA Bags Flat Turnip aiftage. JJeeta. l-c. )'1. 'Ji.h1" :
and much
after persuasion, preTaikd rpmvy a'Aer..&st
up- received, B.'6. AMES. t. :
in 1775. Ireland has always sympathized with For The House, we gain one in Hardin, : e twodoaea, of'Dr.M'Lane vermifuge. August 11, 1855. 32 JL notice, the 'Ga.r Ira_. .;;
America. From the first to the last it has beenso in Bradley, one in McMinn, one in Perry bad the effect of removing from her a Jorephine W, AWceon 'f1l't arid .

and the feeing that has existed at home Decatur, and one in Humphreys and Benton number of the largest sue. After she passed T.3. X. UOEAaMOK. FUETCHia WBirAKKX lames &.UeTieg,4ZIOS .tb6!i' : ..

has been responded to by, her sons here in with chances for two or three more; and health..immediately returned. She is since RICHARDSON & WHITAKER, years, wiU apftl bjpetittoej 'I "
and condones to 'epjoy excellent health Baker JooWof thi GrentC.orl l Uae.IfUdIIbr-
acta patriotism. Wherever duty has called, one i in Blount, 'one in Tipton, and one in and : '
ice Receiving Forwarding Merchants -euit of Ftonda-for
Purchasers will careful-to uk for Da. M'- authority to leD *psz)oCito fcl--
whether upon the sea .or.upon .thejand, in Kalb.We CJSLEBRATID YEKiarcoK and take none else. lowing real estate of aajd jn&nta to/wit: The S.WJ '
.
the field or in legislative haft, -everywhere her shall be able to give full returns. ; I Vermifuges in comparison are worthless. -- 1 Section 4;' the Ei.of *8XiQl Z i; thE

tons have emblazoned their names with honor week, and we have no doubt we shall be ] Vermifuge also his Celebrated Liver NEWPORT, FLA.. *,of the K E i.of wiioo,8 v tW i>.m the' K .
be had at all August 4th, 1&55. 31 E 4 of section 8; About tiriatttsja ,
upon our country's; & escutcheon. McCleary to congratulate our friends on a.glorious victory now respectable Drug Stores twenty see-
States snd Canada. 39 tions four and fire; all in Township..Raof*Bree.:
i wa* at Bunker's RilJ.Barry: was on the deck for Governor, and 'handsome gain, :j M.
5ENJIY;
CRANE North and
; For sale at all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee jd'ibe County o( Leon and. SkaU of I
of the Lexington,.Crogamwas attthe battle of not a majority, in the Legislature.The one Agency in every Town in tbe South. WITH Florida; sinai] portion of the above lands<.be.& g

the Thames* Gray .and''his noble compeers victory is unparalleled in the. history 4, 1856. 81-2w Ne_ oD. c*, QO.ICLOT'HfNG' "eJ..td from ale. ... jl; t"".
'
were at Mexico. The gallant 9th had no of the State. NANCY Jt.'HERRUf .4ft,

$ braver than its 'Irish I HOUSE Bl D..W.,WwyunAtioniey.
men. privates; Hugh DXPA TES.- ,
I Donnor .was the third man inthe castle of TELEGRAEaiC. NEWS.Ei.tono.vs.. I 1 8 COVXTLAHD M9.19 Raj STjuara,Nzw Ybax. July 28,1855.. 3:4t : l, ;jI

I .-.
CbepuUepec. LAnd asjn the last war, BO in We authorized DAVID August 4th 1855. 6ro-81 Notice: I. f. ijrf'HIflTYJaja
ALAA are qnooonce : .L. :.
4 the next-come wbep4.wifl, DO class of our .,.... -.. as a candidate, for County Oomojissioner at' Dissolution Go.-pasrtftership.< .
'
> *J* after the :st otthl '
I citizens will respondto the call ofthd country COLUMBIA, August 6. | next .
og ec4qi9ctob1er; Go-partnership be/eto.fqre .8I.tiet1feQ J. tice, the undersigned.adaithe t *,W' Y4ae,
with enthusiasm than the THE .
more Irish :nope Montgomery city gives 300 K. N. majority 1 We iotfjorited. announced 'HALEY-T & 8LUSSER bas .b sn'.t&is':.day di- o(tt'
I "ill enlist more readily, none will behave with 1' ; 84ma 205;sCataarba 50. These are majorities are candidate for election to the office solved by mutual consent .All persons indebted to: .
re
.I more bravery{ and jo the eld, wherever. for Governor. ; of Leon as at the election in October next tbe. are requested to make inunediste''payment of the Middle Circuit of Fk._ 'tbietfj'n
standard is pushed-forwardthe..furthest, there County to .Win. f.Slusser, at the old stand and all having: see: for authority to sell the kIlcswfr Mace ftJ&tt

t they will rally. around it, consecrating their ALABAMA -ELECTION We are anCtoriied( to announce D. W.WYNN !. demands against tbe same will please present them. .estate for distribution among' UM fe&wrt 'ChOilrro- f .
3-swi'sa and oiler heirs .
: THOMAS WHITE Holiday of id Eitatf..to wit:
.for'rtlection of
to the oce, Judge qf
deaths with deeds of heroism, or carrying off MC2xcoMz1& of Len ,County at the electionjn October .. P. SLUSSER.: The- | of tie S E J, the 8 B f'trf OM N'|.Red tLe t ,
in triumph the trophies of victory." Alabama"Aug. 7 August *, 18.W.31. ; N B...of the N E* of Section,. nr-and sixty'*cn& 4'
; Democratic. majority Russell county 303 ; of the \ of the S W 4 of&Eight tall la Township .

r and in Chambers county 400. Doudell, Democratic The friends, of Ma. JAMES XJLGCtRE,' Ear Sale. two-Jlange two North.and East in 1M Ooeotj W '
Are They all Sworn. t ., p.anlE fellow, about'22 of Lt.-oo. ami 3ate( of Florida.! '
candidate in the Third .District, is him. candidate Sheriffof Leon Coun A negro years age perfectly r
The Columbnt J&ec, says: .Avery -instructive probably eIe t .. election in October pext. sound and healthy. Enquire at this office JOHN CROMARTK; AdT bIItMW. '
I 31-Mf
August 4,1865. Dy'D.WGwyueaMijey
,as well as amusing incident 9ccurredat "Know Nothing -majority in' Montgomery WE are authorized to announce THOMAS July 28th..J8"SO 4t ,

Crawford Russell county, Ala!, during the 227iinMaoon.283in; ; Dallas' 300, ; and in as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Col- Notice. . : il.- ; I

discussion there between Messrs. DowdeU and Perry 450. Aqtanga.in RU88eH, s 200 Dew- Leon County si tho'entuiog election in Octo-. P.A. McCANTShaa removed to Monticelloand Harana I'lan Lotte1j(. .

\V attL Mr.. .Dowdsll charged that the Know ocratic. In: 18 eo nties' Sbortb dge'.major.ity ( may be found at his office one dqqr. .east of ,1 ASP R' coli.ry .C it1- '
) the Court House. .
Nothings took'certtmoaths in their several U .
1,343. Ma. nia.1asc announce A. B. TUR- '
degrees, wLich:A (reerfaao ought not to'.take, : : a CandidWfor Tax'Assessor and Collector Uonbeello, August 4,1850.; : .1 LOTTERY? .

and was making it tejl against, his adrersary, TENNESSEE ELECTloNt--Joll1\10l'f' GAINS.In County at the Election!In October next_ Maunfap.tured-Xpbacco. I ,L:.v AtTHOWTT ,Of TILl' i.T" OtMDU.1:

when die following diajogoe-occurred: sixty-nine counties heard from,Johnson'snett ; ; MANS YOTMS. T SHALL rec t Uajoau 00 Boxes:qf,rarioos brands 'S fa. ;.

Mr."W.jtts- J.uerteen.oath." JL ,*: MqUtpos".MapniltQtured Tqbaoco.oa .cocsignmetit : ....
gain .over Gentry is reported to be 500. WE are authorized to announce COUNCIL $81
I
t r Mr. Dowddl"If.there:is Mother.J. no : .... ; AN as a' candi'dats for Clerk of the Circuit agaja.tfcU Mason,,100 Boxes now op the' way.out OOO.. I
: Me mh 4)l) do well to bear this cz. .
pU* in mud and it
at the election in Octo- SS C'
'Of
house.who has not been,sworn, e County Leon .
N.OJZT.H CAROLINA Eir rzoiis. will be eo1d.lower than same quality can b e laid down ..
NOF.inthe ri eiful; make.it known..": : for from usual markets and on time ]to good par. CAIITAU. C41ftALL- "

BikeII.py: r \was IWO" 'Two counti sin. .dingrnflo's district give a \C'TUa.a-HaYing' faithfully duoharged .Uef- DANIEL. LADD. 1 Prize of,....| ,OOQ i.1'rig. ?;:",""a,ot

Moiy'.Voicear "'Y wereweef'; 'f we 1 majority against him.. ,js..supposed.to be ofthe Office of.Tax Collector, to which your Newport August 4,1855. .3i 1.1 .... 2.000 2 II.. @ 1.000.
were." defeated. elected tn'e in October 1853, as J 11 shown by 5 M 1500 t OO L'It: ,"' too cur ;
from the Treasurer's office,,I ctfuUy .aiCHAJlD T..|)ICHXTT. OU21KS W.D01rfJXO. 20 100 2,00t. 'IS ..\s1'i. iJO 3900
Mr. Dowdell How U ,tlu leDow-citJ.1 -. *--'------ --" ----.' 10 : .
candidate -
(before'you as a 'lor re-election 25 'fOu lJS' A
lerisT ?TJHjpliiefii, of the party, the 'wire 1m1cx.v E .CT(q. : .pext. L. O.D.tM.I.LLY. BIRCHETT & DOWHXH0,' 256 Prize fUBqpotiag-, ';..j. ";.,.4. _.600M. .

workerattDot sworn ; their pledge BALTijOTIC,.AP.p t'. ATTORSETS AT LAW 4, AGENTS f OR CLAIMS 'WIIibs'4istd .it'oGr
,
of honJre. is sufficient!, But. the ,of Leon County: TI
,wool hat 1) .iiis ,honest ; I Itisreportd therewas a great riot At Louisville of .. G. tBUR- NO, ..' 4OO,.iSevenib Iftef, aadoc.dsj .lb M
,. ); -yt men ;of theouDtry .request many Cnepds, WASHINGTON CITY. '' ,CoQ HaJJ s-oa.i ti4er ths .
yesterday gnndDg. at.ofth elee
&z:4Zto_ take cm oath before oJ1f.- 1dmselLcas4idmteor.Judgaef'Probate I Jnt 4P9'Q jl.d M..t
they are pemittedto the .benefits Several were killed and jfeounded, and a mQb : ..election.in October'.ne t,and will bo W'JLLL, ..praetke before the Coartqf iCUJsw, pd !Nebit ., "'," 1 r K
enjoy. of marched for the qf .bjanepc( >wd fellow-citi pr4Quts olaima before Co gireis deiav. The
KnwNotni! th!. up to thq ,Jk ais lli> .Courier 11tl1 .support 1 1Qac'er *Si3 4td *, to. ,

.TIi ('hitnay i be betLQginedthax cannon: The returns indicatetliojpcceWO( j 1. : f4d5144.July 28,1W5-. O ,1 .= .. -,." : 'V-c.u z Sl
the Know Nothings. :. ;} .", '' ir -
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Notice.
How'.Itlc "'Are thejr d W U S candidate for Tax-AseesAor and 1ttbbibei,! P *
'4iworn, .K NT aY. ELECTION ; of,Lebo' at'the eleetkn.in Orncx PzmicoiA ahd the dft4i fa fUll .
does the Order di cri inate between!iU mem .Obunty, 'October ,or aim GXOEOU JL R.Co.MOTICE pay II1 : '.

bership and takq4ebrdiOiome and pin 'Ctnunuu; A'ii:, .- U hereby gives that the Beard *t Drrrt A110VST..1iTirt1t. -'' ": .
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.1.1 ton of lh. Pensacola aod .
w ; + Georgia R.'Co. have .
The
retonufin
ttersvdown by aoQ :I' Kentucky' are ftrorable to ; : araaothorized and requested to announce ordered an additional hsUbneai:cUes eertMttidd

.- -.--r.i._ ,.,' theKoow-Nothines. Their mai'iritv) In i T W'; : ) JONES u-a candidate for Tax Assessor the capital stock of aid OomptovtobfUkMtvater bt- Gkfff tt s' ) .

I '..J"new. Jd_'n:;J.IJ..J'. f.tih" ;K..i th'Brift1isb 1ill jiJ'J,600H'1'h" 1 ,[:i--1 ---- ; ; : *' of oo County- .at. .the election in Octo fora UM 1st day'. 01'-, October neaL By evd r>of .-- .

id' ytoI f .41 tookpaceJ JdJe'dJt and.I ;I 1 '.r Board.1 '. D.:W.Q WYNN, 80.profem.
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ne 44f1 Nt" Dlt,, ',' ,'Th/iruh'fired ; : <:.yeandtdata for Tax Aasssor'mod', .7&turebmLdu'r. Thpqioo$
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'* ; TM '.; o& r_ flied two- 'WocJcf! of brjjldJoff,". r! ', '. r'" : ; "" .I ,herewith} jcaoonce cgnrielf. a. 1.1' UflWoo,'and 'Jtdtlcoowr I .il :
t rntof'Europin: for the ocs Rl" .4Pd, :: .. Jp'ttlj t Cbt .
d I ll fWldeb the.American cawftdste'iI'naid tobetodossipth.District ; .October. dtA. r]. .cW of FW\:swOrOaooy Barthan in(!M?We&rn OrApld 28. 4. ,: IO
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r, : I.. .;: ; ".Id,1, '" ".wv ., o.'Boon Kugarf t and Alfred Burbham l ibStat4ove.rl.sad .
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: 4dtnA;' WQ1&flin. I : DISCOVERY =OFJ THE AGE.PROFESSOR' ;, Judg of ProUl* of Ljiffa Damtfijbr letter*'ofloisiratioo
iEJnIag5Osvtiia
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? b 1eai1&aid R.un Dealer' in ftklwrtd ft"BrndfiTnl, Adm'f. f tBiIL WOOD n&ta forssJ a perfect hv. _
of Lib lUad, .e.' j For settling the williaashorjt JJKM restore tbf 0fG.thattbiJ.: q July j4l *,
bks.AN.. HEDICIKB3.HE"OEIVED And affiiirtlof: rtaid hkir.vhich has betooti grey pennapently j, ns'orig- dLqc1D WATCH:.SboB oo MOOTM.. 'or The Onffiplele nr g

4.i .- .- -Richard ft Bradford, A dinrAc / Estate. mat eqIr-bringsTh out where it ia gone;and arrests tw o door below cDorigaTT* Book SthrevbeP.t4y A'B.. L-ARXB- I $ $* '1.-u-I,
it where ft 1 U fulling off-eleans the of .,
: hcadofthe dsodreflf illVuadr at-all tlmei'to do erery decr1ptmr
i TThr: Tram New York a full enpply ufLcigiRoaddecd.-
tJ (4 Drnz &'Modicinw, Paints Oila, Windoww SVsIaa QR and nchinj, ertwves *H ovtaueoui* eraptiona.'and ren work in their lino. OhWfl.mOtat. Duplex. Patent Leu MI5Nt1'AIOR? I
Marvin, William Cross mere the iicalp! perfectly htalUjy by restoring the aecretiveorgana ef.Cylin3eraid common VCItiII Watches repaired '
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Putty. &c1 > ]
< injfa
: Bailey tad L'u Wife, ii.nd BIU. to thfir original vigor and strength, and at the shortest notice; also joba and 'Clock* pf.je.Tjaydescription. v RJr.P1, lADEvCi. r j n& vj irt
: -A1.O- other thus, supply uutritncat.rnd coloring matter to it.-. By *trict attention buoines ,.tbey aidetcruuned GJNTLEME 8 URIs1LI OdD I 4nmtfctt* o fw W H fe*

'*00 OM. Sulplu; Quinine, Farr Braud, TN *f decree ftbe Hon. Judge of Leon It di'ea pot color tie hair but is, in short a perfect Mat none tholigo aaVk'RatiA)1rcL' "VTOWjccving at.the wall known- old si ndfb wiow gnu.iofooing *W m' SST***
F a
; 1000. Un. Ep* ; : ,)Q. b1obr t1i. To" the youug. who so mnch admire the beautiful S -
month's credit- aiaortmentuf Snrinr Rady M. tLhg.'Fzrnishm lte tjt j TTfrj &3 .
1856. in the aforesaid. I do notice
1 ooGcaitorpiLYo. 1. : can. hereby give lock and ringlet he feels that he will be pardoned if J C.IlAIJ4-tC9. "
' to nil pious bang clunks against said estate of Leigh I Ior G60d*; CIois, Ctneree,m ii stiiigste., riaw>for.Ue plio j. ftifmStfes
. 4 200. L(wpJOO Read to file be same fur payment as far as the asset* he offers the adyieo pygj wted by long andy and extensive March 24, 1855. tf 12 posed 01 part of tbc i.w.n( srlr4 S DOtonftrwqBefhlypjreslb*' '
:. /" Koattfool"WO observations ; it ,s to discard all cologne and Black Dress Frock Coat. '
Fine When sU! Otter
laid .
of iit&te will extend within ix months from this OIuftb pepsntJbn
1 Lb seei stimulating oils for the hair,*nd keep always the Tkw Fall and Winter Goodai S
date, that a final dispositou of the earns be had upon -I' Buck and ColM. Single Br* *(ed Jrpck and
.t JOO .4 Bailed. maj toilet, ft bott.e of the' etorotiva for occasional uo, ''
Biu,1ne Coats t:5.:
- and th* administrator released from said administralion. ieu,5sod phueana resis .t 4M
- f 5 Kegs N.i. 1, White Um4, and we can safely predict,that henceforth silver focks DAVID C. WILSON Tanojr Cawjxritre 'do.do.. do your nearest sow; what U Iiet'LW' S ,
soEztrs and bald heads will bo unknown; for alihongh the
4 HUGH ARCHER JR., Cl'rk, Black and Colored Cloth.OvereoaU, tho'effejlii of tbC aedicini 7f befor'any '
l& W Pure and Special Matter in Chancery. rose may blossom upon the downy cheek-the dark I"S now receiving from the brig Remington,Wacissa Bck) Doeskin Pant kfl fh eftiweBES1MEDlOfljWEX'TANT.b f Ql t*|| '
0 --- Zinc Paint. 24. 1855. Cm eye be ever so piercing and the freth those of peon mud other v.esj.el*. his usual supply of Fall and Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pants, .
reb.rtry
1. ft 1000 Ibs. Fire Proof Paint. stifl if the natural fluids be withheld from the hair Winter 0 xxlfl-all of which were selected by himself Black and Fancy Silk Vests, ?

, : 100 BOXCJ'Window Olata, assorted sues. A 'large GEORGIAMARIETTA. and in consequent it becomes first dead and harsh,- in New Yofz) and l purchased on the most Ja'rorablo Fatycy Velvet'1'' 3q. received lately regarding th.Dr. .

RsbGrttTtnt Q.Punter' axaterUls-Bnwhe*. D. H. AMES. 'JJLTiY) i'flT'L (banhalf its charms; and.although it is a sovereign him to supply his customers and all wh'o taay fa White Marseilles do. 11. B.S using Liserwort and Tire Sprictice

:' )Iay 8.IP. $: 21IA remedy for those who are gray aa well as tbof who your him With a call, either for cash or approved -ALSOA -.-. your for three
are bid, still all see the propriety of making only credit, at prices certainly as low, if not lower than fine assortment Shirts.Collars, Cravats Black 1 sUte belief in years its past, oJ j-1g

4 i Just Received. THE Academic year is divided into two sessions of such an application to the hair and scalp a.* i* calculated any house in this city. They in part consult of White and Colored.- Kid and Silk' Gloves, self adjusting de with my which I am superiority acquainted.ovwtf fi 3 -
months each the first commencing the to it both in a perfect and state.
on
preserve healthy and Merino Under-shirt. Jeans.
j Per \Vm. R. PcttcsfromORAJfOES Nczc 'Oftsi Fancy staple Dry Goods,Stationery, Stocks Cotton commended.1
20th of July, nnd ending on the 20th of December! From the Editor of tie Rml Estate Advertiser 27 Boots and Shoes, Drug and Perfumery, Drawflro. Brown.' Fancy. Cotton'and Lisle Thread. Mewra!
Lemopt J'ine :( Gnav* nnd the second the of cud
pp1eR1 20th
commencing on February
Sihovl-Strtct.
Cambric Handkerchief all
and Colored *
Hardware. SaddlerGroceries.)-, Hose, White ville, N. C, ay:- The Liverwort
, Peais Sardine Pick.Oyt -
JellieVFruncs ofJul-.
ending on the Oth
J BOSTON, March 20, '54. Hollow Ware. of which arc offered to the public on ren6nablft terms log daily more popular in this
>' Brandy Peaches. Preserved Lemons, The Cadets divided info four College ClaRes.--r
: f n, are
in this Market.
i Glae Ware Iron and B'eel, and wMpranfed at good aa offered All who
Crockery justly so. have
Prof. Wood Dear Sir-Having become tried
: prematurely ft
ge*. Pine Apples and Ginger, Green Gage Mar.Lemon The Annual Commencement takes place on the Wednesday "
I was induced. 8 >mc weeks nince to Hats and Caps Bagging and Rope, Call exaniino. be! terms of.jc5.nd it.lay.
Raspberry d k *, Syrap
i 1 .1 t: *}% Pine Apple do, and Ginger do.. Raspberry VinS "STAFF.Col. make trial of your hair restorative. I have used less Hounet and Trimmings, I Paints,.Oils, Ac, Ac. NovMiiber 4,1R54. the complaints for which it'i I, c2tfaIt'.' 1i

Freah Salmon: Lobatvr, Haddock. (Idlibut: and than two hi.ttfe*. Jbul thfl pray h.tiu havvc all disappeared Men and Boy's Clothing, Notice.! Oor"Ag Pirlfns Disfricf S.C If/
-; f-hi r. Aw.rted Pickles Scotch Ale and Porter. A. V BRUMBY, A M, Superintendent and .: and aUhortrh, mv hair has not fullv attained October 14, 1854. 41 Fall, anres tit "thatt. n.i ? _!..,,, ... ..
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; Professor of Mathematics. its original color, time change gradually! MONTHS after date, (be undersigned administrator his own family and
yet rroee SIX
20,000: Havana Ciynns. Capt. SAMUEL JONES, U. S. A, Commandant of. goipg ou, and have gwat Lopes.that in a bluut time Forjda] Hotel, of the estate of IL- B. Bradford deceased He give, an instance reooameajcjG(jjegro ;o

: D. II. AMES. Cadets, and Pro.fossoroEugiue riu/. S my hair will be as dark as formerly. I have nl.sobeen MONTICKLLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY.i1 late of Leon County, will exhibit hU final account ty,.who had been suffering wnb ,
., a! i5: 21 Mr. V. IL MANGET. Frofesaor of French, IlUto- n-uch gratified at the healthy moUtr.re anti xijorof and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of X.*oo, forycars,
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__ i1 ? r "lIE ersigned gives notice to the pub aitil! ask be
to difcharced.
i : :- ---- ----- rv, die-; the bar= which before was harsh and dry, and it has County bytheLSveiwtandTar. 5 -
e Mr. W.'II. HUNT A. M. Prof.vsor of iii he that he has refitted the Hotel in EDWARD BRADFORD, Adroinisrrator.
Great Land Sales. Chemistry ceased to come out as formerly. Such are the good rrporta we
; an.l Engli-h Literature.Mr. Respectfully yours, D. C. M. RUFF. Mouticello, formerly kept by Capt. Newmun April 14, 185.1) 15 Cm from ahlpart of the South. For
41 of a decree in Cwncoy, the under J. B. GOODWIN, Profewor of Drawing.Ciipt. and will! be prepared to jeceiv visitor by 13th a reportaf2tak,5
; IIC pursuance CHICAGO, 1, '54.--I have twd Prof. Y.'ood'Hj prwiog cure ithaa. pfrfivroed a the Wtstera
will otter for sale, at the times and placoe W. T. BLACK, A'saisUut Profess. of Math May of November. The house is now in thorough repair. Notice Northern and Eastern State d
'si. of trillion acrte f>f land.brides j I Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevent amid will be HO managed as to the cooifott of. *, c
herein de Uuted, upwards a promote
$ hereby given that at the next session of the Gen to read the
lots in the City of Apalacliicwla oud in the ematics.Cadot the hitir from coming out, gives it a glogs aud soflne quests: amid boarders. Attached are good stable*, 13 suffering patient pamphlet wbf aeeo
7o\tn of FlorMa, the r'f tlie APALACHICOLA R.S. CAMP. A-tsuint Tcachor. s very desirable., The fuw gray hairs I had have where every attention is paid to horses. Term us eral Assembly ol.the State of }'ls'ridato be held Panics each bottle. To all, wa say, La,* hop
;: Newport. f viz: Surf.jwrtions 1) A. CCXXELL, M. D. Surgeon.The entirely "disappeared. Others of rny faniily have ued moderate as at other Hotel hi the A at Tallahassee in November next, application wilt be hopel -
LAND country.
( ; any
CpMPANY
id lands lie iu this Ouoti.-s f Leon., Inotitutiin( i\mdtr the direction and na'Jo- it, cud concur' with me in pronouncing it all it profess share of custom i is respectfully solicited. made to amend the Charter of the City of Apalaehi- TBT THB 2UEDICIHB!!.
f
,j. : : > s: as ninnt of a Board of Tni m-n iu conjunction with a to be. HE&llY: A. CLARK, Michigan Avcuue.I'BOf. cola. B. F. BOURSE, / BE WARNED
offered in Tallahassee C. BLESS. IN
Vitknlla and Gadaden. will be : SEASON!!I
Board of Vi.-it.oi appoiutifdby the Governor of the IL TAYLOR, V Commilltr.
I MONDAY IN DECEMBER next; llontiet'llo. October 28, 834. 1 v 4.1 And
the FIRST neglect not that
tb .n will bt' State. woon'm OU1KNTAI. 8E.NT1VE LIXIMOT. 8. BENJ5ZET, )) eoogfa whicb M JtQy+njt+,

ir _:. And.. that part wl.ich lies in the Franklin FIRST Coontv MONDAY IN By au act of the L-giblature of th?< State the Jnnti- This Liiiinent: is a valuable auxiliary to the tro.itment AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO Apalac1kola. April 23. [28.1 1855. 17 and log your cpastitutim, ?rrriutujg jour throat and.WL'
Tcre : fit ApHlael.icoU the General Governiiii HO inviting on that dread'diseaeCsumpa
Iron
;r-T: ; -;AN UARY. 1856. These lands lie on the Gulf Cut.tjktend ttit"Cadet Imeu Miifkct received and nccontiviiicnts. and a Geld IJntle- of some of the most fonr.i-J.ible ditcnfe with THE tHulerai ned, Agent .f the above Company Jeo.n County Iron Works, so soothing and Jlealin a remedy Tan- be tbtsbi4
c. River which h is our lot to contt-nd f r instance iuflamation receive for and make insumrKJe
:
from the fit Marks to the ApaLicliicuIa ; ; applications Dr. '
) Roger Livenrort
Brass and Two TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Byrop tad Ttt.
consist of four six poondi-r pieces ,
il 1 include the Inlands on snid coast. ry inj of the lungs and bowels. By a thorough and continued tgaitiNt lo.g'j by I'irc, on Brick and Frame Buildings,
.*, .: TheU-rms will be on third cash, the romaindeii twelve pouuJcr ll.iwit/.cis. application of ibis Liiiiment over the re i"na of Furniture% Merchandize, iV -. iusUilmenta of one and two years, with interest The Snperintendi'nt and tie Commandant arc graduates the alFected organ, the otherwise formidable diseases 20.: 185.1. 4 B. C. LEWIS. orders will be attended to with promptness;and The genuine iirticU,ft liifoed! zv-1Toju
: oqn.il of \Vest Point and as both >f them have had all work done with atnes and
of sale arc at once diaarmud of more than .Lalf their terr.r dispatch. the engraved wrapper Ota*! MCA bottle* t'
-, from day purchase l at these sales, tie scrip othe long experience as Officers anti Teai.-hers. the public particularly among children, and thousands of mothers DR. LEWIS, All bind of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work, Price, $1.per; -.'. l-Vr property I.nd Company owned by Stotkb may be a.-inrcd that the K-'vernnn-nt. discipline! nudeou.e were they allowed to speak, would with all the RESIDENT DENTIST, Gin .Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, wnolMJe ndretibjr > SCO YJL ft )&AD .

: 'l.l.-rs Apalachic-.la or their assignees, wLl be iiceivediiipajmeutat (studies ufthe Institution will be strictly uforccd. eloquence i>f feeling aud- affection bear their united TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Shafting, Pulleys, Hanger. Plough Castings, Brass I 111 Cbartea St. oetlcon nd sJ Brf&
relative value. testimony to the fact that it 1m snatched their children Castings, tc.; also, Sugar JK '9 its JOHN BEARD. Receiver, tc., Ac.tfalvM.ilSSS TERMS. from the very jaws of dtath and restored them -S S S now iiuseniing.xUfick1Te.tb on the constantly on hand. 'All work done in much establishment order andapplieatiob* for AgencTt* *jra t La H'
-. .: tf-28 Tuition, Board, Washing, Fuel, Lights, JIuic and to their firmer health and beauty. Again it will bo new and jraproved principle with will be done by tia, with a particular regard to sed. ol'!
-t ; all other contin eitt sessic-n, of fivemonths'in continuous gunis, froni one fiid.c to the the and dm ability of the work.
Florida Sentinel. Wakulla Times and the expenses per found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally strength C3f; For ale at all pie Drag SUre* >o 11iJep.
.1 ., 11 The Commercial: Advertiser will publish tilinitified advance *112 50. known ns an Ag" Cuke or an eplarjjenjcnt.pftli other, without scam or crack, leaving no place for the Competent'Workmen always in readiness to put np and at one Agency in every.Town la tIs Sqit' .
( pnlachicola Surgeons fee per annum, ?5.00 -j>leen. jndeed in nil cares .Vihure.thc eiteninl-ap- lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly Engines. &e. February i,1855. 1" '' J
.' to ltecoutirme.Hlirdware Persons desiring further information, caitoHiiin a pli Guns Nails copy of the Regu1atons hy addressing I lie Superintendent fuL so as to defy detection. He will attend to all cdUsiu cashj.pr accepted orders on some business firm in thin Beeswax ;Bee wax UWANTED hi
;. : Cutlery, or any member of the Board of Trustee Middle Florida for Full Setta. Those wishing Full place. ..liberal price paid for old Iron, Copper and in any quaatityfoelessb ce.tzisiely
.' Shovels, A.C.SobscribcrB ANDREW J. HAXSELL, See'v.Marietta rnor. WOOD'S v GirrAHLE sfAcit LIFE rILr. Setts oan obtain all necessary information by Tetter.He Brass. BEOL& ;

& -P1'1IT invite the attention of Merchant* Ga. May 19. 1P55. 20-3ni BLS-KIEI.I: ). Hay CO,'63. Prof. O.J. WOOD:-Dear will warrant, iu eveiy instance, satisfaction, and All letters must be addressed (post paid) to Oct. 21. ;854. 4; 5. S -
r" I H. -viiiiUng-- New Y ,rk, to their utoek of goods, emiiracing'a Sir :-As we have used and sfcu iired for a number prices to suit the times. Terms Cab, or when called I Ifor. J. -M. SHIJfE A C
h z ) complete anety in the above line, particularly Spring Goods. of years, your Veritable Single life Pill*. \ve tire pre- March Il, 1851. 10 Aadrew S.Garr, et a?. V Leon Circuit! In CoanVV

a.- adapted to the Southern trade, which they are rpiiE Subscribers are receiving per Gamble," Mred to rccommeud them to the public as superior June 21, 1l5l. 25 *. ***?* >'"i't

: .' Prepared to sell at low prices for Cash or approved _1_ Remington and other recent arrivals, a cnrnlilete to all otla-ni, and infallible in tie cure of the diseases For Sale. P.B.3OKAW'S.irvEny < ;, Lewis Curtis, << vi.. j.)[ "" . -

., Credit. STOW A SMART, assortment (Joints suited to the Spring and Summer or which they arc reef>uinieiidfd : ) SHE 5TABIE5 7appeaning to. the, Conxt? vrs.JaTh
-p. I 128 Pearl BLand 01 Water St, Now York."June scaeoB, cousisting iu pai t ofHats. B. B. Leach, A. B. lVtu\. 1). Albro, P. Jacobs, IT'OUR small Farms p Wakulia-County, containing if I case, (hat the following named Vft S

.S3. 1855. g56mTn Orin BiiTzel, Spencer Siyiell), Edward Cilbcr. John J, about,SO acres each with gcod dwellings and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, above n 'reside out ot the 1 SAte p1 YIunl tzadi bt t114.j
k t Aibro.-Lucic, 1)). Sweet, Elias R. Sweet John! Ilacti- out houses on the"w&ie. Enquire at tins office.Octx.ber -4kw5irflIE of the 'Middle CIr ItTO("Fi(1s.1tdin'tbspl4N'
ri'ioe Palm LeafC.-iw.da French,and English Straw, ( '
L ) "Leon Circuit Court. In Chaneery. -; Planters Black Leghorn. ,S'lpt-r. Panama. Musts and raft, Nithan'el Giln.ore,James II. Pius, Wm. Juluuon, 14.1854 41 : Proprietor would inJL heveinaftsf emIzr.tcdtv1z Rtctird OgdItP.IA4V

.. Bill for Divorce. Ladies Bloomers trimmed and uotrimwed. JUtflS'flVmRiaiiis, G. Luwuon. C. Farrar, D. Lander _- form hit(friends and thepublc An4 rsnn nd Ste
PROF. WOOD:-Dear Sir:-Having uxnd, and exeriorjccd Blacksmithing. .. that h bu rebuilt his. Stateafwerk ; CbaflesjiIa.ek who rud.p )i
4 Bsj-ah J'*ne* Price," CotnpX) Clothing. > the effeet of your Vegetable Mncic Life 4 TTACUEP-ta my Livery large ; at InoTohi.sVuid, and U now' State -Lowazana ; Cbar1tts. LOeJds,.0prf F,,

.s. < ,\ Sacks, Frocki", Paletots and Pants of Drnp d'Ete, Pills in my family, I will say rtuit as a family iiu uI- 'wl---= XX Stable U a Blacksmith Shop prepared to accommodate his friends and customers : Gedtk 1re' William Let MUiaFtJLCbrlQtteCulnnflflg

waiumT,Priee.D fd t J JfTT Alpaeca, Queen's Cloth, Cass tnere. Planter's Linen cine, they cannot be valued tin higlily. I have iwtd _;_ iu Ti'hjch allkinde of work appertauiuig He also has attached to hu Stable*, a good Blak- Leslie,.EJeaftof ginlajrU'ilL'am eZ'Ja&ict5.Iio.or
appearing o the satisfaction >f ihe Court that the Grass sad Brown Lioeu, Marseille Doe Skin, Cotton- hem iu several bilious attacks and iuuVimatioue, and to that bwiucstf is dove:io good style at short smith Shop where be will have bavedene all kind of DunbsrMary

JL ab' ve named 4fcudii'4, William T. Price, resides ado,tie. Also veiLs, Shirts,Undershirts,Ties, Cravats, I will say that their virtues cannot be too highly apireciatcd notice, and on an reasonable terma as at any other Plantation work. Horse shoeing, and Carriage,vork io hIeZq wsLaspi
k' *' ntof tbo State of JFl )rida: It is ordered that a hearing Ac, dc. for in every case they l lave speedily triimphed *hop in the city. Farming implements such as Turn tbewy boss manner and with proxoptneis and dis- Leslie Imbacn, Hef'i Cirnamng.'rnba 1m ac

w: of the-feta charged in said bill of complaint be over disease, and hence I feel in duty bound Plotitrlw, Scoo'ters. Rods, Cle vices,'vlleel Pifls, :Tap patch. Marear f t'Clalr'BLJdc,,wbd reulr fUIO'Ji(1ISJ

' _.ft,.. 4 'hadon.the first Monday* October. 1855; Provided Shoes and Boots.A to recommend them to alL They operate perftdly Rings and Ip>n Wedjm, kept ready made and constantly November 1853. 44 ._ Walker Anderson,wlxJi' reside' In the W.*f S
..;. Ii that s oopy of this rder be publkhed.m some news complete assortment Together with fresh ftip-- easy, producing no uneasy eensation. yet their opera- oem baud. -Thi will afford farmers an opportunity Wines & Florida: : -
ti: paper printed in Tallahassee fothe space .'f three plies Provisions, Groceries, .Dry.Gooda. Hardware, ion it thorough ; utid I aui xatibnVd that nothing more to supply themselves without being delayed. Syrups, c v It is rdarrd that, f xd .dtftpdatiU & appear

morrtln before the day Appointed fir said lu-ariug. Wood-wr and unions utah s rU. Which we offer in most csf"e, ia i ccsMry Ui
;' j Sir CHAMBERS: ULWAYLES BAKER, Judge for sale on nsn.il terms and to the inspection of which to perform a.;pccdy and triumphant cure. / 13, 1855 *_ Fresh.. Lobster,. to say the said above named "defendants 'wbo'hsie
: '-$ J ne.1P55.I we respectfully iuvite our very good frieud and patron Rei-pectfully Yours i-o, Madeira- Shad out oftbu State Irot fn tne'tJrJtrd Stat *,>' hl>ld> Mrraontlis
.T the Public. S J. B. SANGER.P. STORING"AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Sherry, Clams, from the pubieatK! V 'this eider; lL =dfendabt. *-
;
-I Justices' Court. McNAUGAT & ORMOND. J. WOOD A CO, /. T > EWI'OIIT. London Porter, halibut, above nAmed who reside in, Europe , Xathiniel White "1 'T KE defendants and all March 17 .C95 Broad New Your.I Scotch Ale, Sardine, Uii ,ordw.aod
i t Newport, 1 855 11.S Proprittore, wav, r E still carries on the above business, ; Jfcooa $or publicjaivo yf
4 TO.- 1 k. JL others interested are 14 Market Street.-St. IxHiis. rI1 undersigned well calculated for Brandy Peatlicc ToJtiatoe Ketchup, tie defendant who .re-i1eiin the WesUrn'Cvefait.wjthjntwo'mohtha

.. John TJ/WiHtami and J f hereby notified of the corn- In Chancery. D. II. Ames, Agent, Tallnhossee, Fla. _1 in nil its branches. Buildings. D. LADD. Brandy Cherried, W4nut ; provided that poblicatko"6/ IhV

.. -.1 Virginia C. WilHaras.J mencement of this suit re- February, 1855. 6 despatching wagons. GuAva Jelly, SpiCes. order b Circuit 25
In tkc Ciicult Court ofllu.M'Hiltt off/or- 2 1854.
.- ,.l tamable! to Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee ida. In Le.on Newport. September Currant do.Preserved Pickles, for the appearance,of .the ''defendaot abovt: tiiiiI

: : on the 9th day of July next, and to appear aud County.iSiidcewS5t JOHN W. EVANSJ"ATTOIINEY MILES NASH &, CO. Quinces, Raspberry Syrup, who reside ia the United SUtet, and on .&nMS t* I*
.. 1 plead to same. Given under my hand and sen). Garr, ct alii, 1 AT LA'W '4 Pears, Straf berry the period above limited for the appesranc*.cTrtt>
.., I t S. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c.. Ginger, Lemon defendant above named who residjs 10 :Euroj. '
4 DON. CAMERON [BEAU] Lewis Curtis t Nathaniel ThurBtpn,et alii. ) BAINBRIDCK, CEO __ TT7OU.LD inform their friends aud the public that Sparkling Gelatine, Ginger AT CHAMEBtES. S

!. June 23, 185$. 801 Justice of tbe Peace. WHEREAS, on the 31st diy March last, in an WILL give to prompt his care atU-utiou, iu the Countie to all business of Thomas en 'IT they have on hand a'good assortment of such Flavoring Exfnicts, Pine "AppleSalad I" J. WAYLES BAKBB adpc '
Decree rendered IQ this cause by articles as are generally kept in their line of business, Spanish Oijvee! ; Oil, -March.10,- 1855. S 4m ,1 .Nav..4: ..10 ''
the Hon. J.Wav1eBakcrJ4icge of the Court aforesaid Decatur. Baker, DaHghcrty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. Mustard
Dollars Reward. English
Fifty and will be regularly fresh' supplies. Their
receiving
iL it was amoug f>Uaer tkings ordered its follows: 'Fe&uary--I7r185b. S -7 tf shall he reasonable. Claret, Sparkling Cider, SWTFP: AND TOllAfCLIT
the Subscriber on the 28th oft decreed tbt all terms : -
pANAWAYfrom Andltis'fnrthcr ordered ammd 'j--
: Port Juice
Tobacco. Old ,
Xl April last. negro roan, named EDMUND, persons bavinqr claims debts or demands, against the LONG & GALBRAIT, Tallahassee April 9th. 1863'_14._ Havana Segara, D. H. AMES. PETER LOKILLARD, S

'1 ., biii28 years old.five feet nine or ten inches high aid Apalackicola Land Company, or to or upon the ATTOBNEVS LAW TALLAHASSEE FLA. November 45NQtice.
11,1855
AT Harness
colored has Carriages Buggies and No.4 2 CHATHAM 8TflEi.w yeu
% "'reiglus about iSO Iba, Coffee a pleasant hind known aa Forbc's Purchase, or any portion of i
-1t: p .'ountananG ftnd La*-a-car on, one of his bhoulderseaki the said Linda, do present the tame with the evidences MA. LONG A; J. B. ALBRAITIl have associ- tor-Sale by P. B.IJrokaw. .r .- S QTJCCESSORSO otPzzz3oioj II14

4 to Lave ''i cen -caused by the lash. Said Negro thereof to Hugh Archer, Jr., Eq., one of the Masters themselves in the practice of Law. They Subscriber ha just received a milE5cctpartnensup of T.UNNO, PINCKNEY Jt -offers for*al all bnd* cfSNCE?

was purcbaxkl ioiCoveaiber, of Dr.Joseph Ewing of this Court, at his office in the City of Tallahassee will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme THE large supply of Carriages, r,- CO.having been dissolved, the* subscriber will CO3 in genualaia ., y jr.pjjtfcoUrsui
i of il tg oiery.Conaly, N. C. It is probnUe be will oo. or before the, first day of October Df-xt, aud that Courts and the District Com ts of the United S and Harness, which he offers continue the '-: : can be obtained by addrM iag u above. la
% attempt make his way back to N. C. I will give a the said Master take proof of and aseertu'and, report State at Tallahassee. Buggies lishmeut is one of.the .eat ol tie.iwd mit
1 f for pale, on the most reasonable terms. FACTORAGE & OMMLSSION-BUSINESS l fi' -
and Ofpc iu- the Court .
flcpe.
delivery
reward of 25 dollar for apprehension the ,validity audamount of each and every opjv 46
14.Ibj to me.or his safe confinement in any jailao that.1 can of upon such claims, debts and demands. AriJ that the OcU.bcr 28-1854. \ly ""Noremnber18,48M._ onS his own account R: Q; PINCKNEY, Jr; Feb. 17. 1855. T If

4- him agai I will give a fmtLer reward of 25 dollars said Masterdo summon before him, such of the said "FRESH"GARDEN SEEDS. Office, NORTH CoMaEKcuL WIIABF.IKGKAUAM S .- SS

... I 2 4 fur proof sufficient to convict any white person of harIvring claimants or creditors or their agents, as he fchull ascertain MITCHELL & STEWART, GROWTH OF 1854.RUTA _o- S NewPoQda. %v. rv

.' 41 oreonccalinzliim. Any iuformation respecting or be informed arc within this State, and give REJERENCES. T HAV ju t.re ifea) rj afl ndJ.
1 ; said boy thankfully received. C. PEACOCK.MadisoaCo notice by advertisement to.be published in two news-. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Bags, Flit Turnip, Cabbage. Beefs AMES., tc. .WzBa, Jonx' FKAECB t CoS supply qfCtLsiwenei1 f ,VgJBft*.

p. : j June 16 h, 18 5. 24tfiForty papers published in this State.and in one published in JASPER,-IJ %MILTON. C)tNTY, FLORIDA, J5..y. GOVRDZ*; MATrnIEMIa:'& Co. ..Tt. of every colofj style, andjopafity, v s
..j -- the City of New York, to all claimants or creditors practice iu all the Conrt of tho Middle "January 13,1855.; 9S14 34 tfCopartnership prepared to make op-in ibs sa et-luhioeaUe sljW,sri

Dollars Reward. to produce their demands and be examined touching WILL ., in Columbia and Alachua iu the East S short notice ioi4. e S *ooabl trms.4 ..

AAWAY from the Sub6crn*rf on the 24 tb instant the same. And that any person, or persons ap-' ern Circuit, aud in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. COTTON PLANTER'SS Notice.

4 : two Negro Men named SAM1 and 1AAVt..I poariug before lim on.Bucli.rofierence, $baJl be at liberty Ma-ch24, 1855., tf 12 undersigned bare this day entered into a co A LARUE AD.WEL1 $ZtKCTXI tTOCK O*

:1 : Sam U & dark mulatto, about turfeet. three or four to contest the claim, demands of any oilier per- THE in tb S READ.MADE CLOJHINO

i ivbee high, itrow Jtoilt afi4 kbont tircDty-four years eon or persons ;,and that all such creditors or claimants TALLAHASSEE Ff.ORIDA. iablfor irioUr wia' >,
't A. .PERRYAMAKER ConsbtnTg of'' ,ery-gariient
and their demands .
in WILtS RETAILDtXS
shall not ,
4s -OompU iDU UJack, as come prove by 1MiD
old: Iafi. a-low, fleshy boy, M
: .V.stm
*
Coatg
;& old.1 .- the time above' limited or eucb further time-'as the p Sieb asCksk ,.Ti1msi ;
S and about twerftv'-Ajht'yean F0RTY"DOLLARS-reward fir the ap.prehension aid Master shall allow for that purple, shall be ex &T7ThT To COTTON-.Pi ASTERS o.i\J olj/ert of this and tke of' wbidv will.be diapvaed ia&Ioiipcio m, .
%: I will give arid con'fincment'of; both in any Jail BO that cluded from the benefit of the decree toba made in the TALLAHASSEE, FLA. joining (Juum ties in ffoiidaand.Giorgio'; UNDER THE NAME AND 8TYLB OF AJ. >, a Urge. M of FJajn aadThoae'deerrinjf X84is,9cndersrtsCts.ta

: ;': .:Ienget fliem: or I will give Tweaty-fiv Dollars for cause; but such per.ons oot.parties to the eau e, who May 21, 1853. 20 \"\7E, the undersigned sutwcribera return to you BARNARD & MAXWELL. $!ockiJIaiictj, e&tra1t
.-: I: -MJc oi>Gnntnt of either of shall come iu' before the said Master 'to prove their --- T V.our. moat grateful thanks for the very liberal aJtljorongh oat.-K wj
: 'ihc-apprehensionand admitted do P. HOLLAND has been bestowed through 'T'HET' will 'ha 'pleaa dto. 'see their OTOinterests by gi'gai. a caD, aa'IU' IbSUb '*V
them ., BFA.C.BURGKSS. demand are,,bpf re being to so, to sign; D. patronage which upon us,
:i CentwiHe- # ,-Leob Co. Fla:Juno 30 1855. 2C. and deliV'.T to the said Master: n stipulation tocimtiib- ATTORN AND COU.jjJ.Q1AT LAW, your kindness, since we have been engaged. the S )5J5. -fnenda and':p tn.a*< tb.:oM ipd tides |hav4'beewasLrcIm4iib {TVflffflftMb 4BB sthaI

ute, and pay -Ibt'complainaots their ppipoHion of Cotton Storage, Weighing Selling Business io-thi S. of E. UndjJrjgnoLtheMort.reo- pecialv.tp.tUeitiiiipUUNiVUu*.!

Road 'Notice.T the 'expcn' of'the suit,"the am 'unt so to be paid, to Qnlnry! Florida, city, and we again offer our service-the ensuing sea __ S ncr of llonro'e ajtdCGiitoo'streets: where "
Rail be settled by the said Master according to.the amount WILL: practice in the Courta of the Middle Cir son at our old stand, and hope that our.,duty in'the they will keep a fall andjjeueral aaortmccUf articles Octpberjf; 1854. .: b- ,
4:1: .- >Y 'rdr of President and Directors of the of their respective claims as presCTitea" and Jackbou and Fraoklvu Counties. performance of your business heretofore has been so appertaining their toe of btuijMtfaBd solicit

1 : *Jl3 .Peosacola & Georgia Riiil l RoadCompanr_ the j.,1vt5eI1ici.efJ e, in pursuance of maid decree notice is October1.852.. 42 tf discharged as to secure your patronage and influence the pationago S-S of their friends ud Uepublic DRY GOODS! DRY) GQP

4> -Sto Jbold'eWof sftSJi Crppny are hereby notified to hereby given to all persons having claim'*,'debts or in the future. Very RespectfollySS EAB.AkDJL, HJTAK? r* riMnpskt4
.. t in'on* cent thdr-Stoek to the undersigned, the Laud WILLIAM BKOOME A.0HR. O. TROUPMAXWELL.. BETTONJk ;
ay per demands against Apalachicola Company or SCOTT, .a geberal'aai1idt ( OoeA,
3;: acting Secretary of wud'Company, >'.t his office iu the to or upon the Lands known as" Forbc's Purcbnie," T LAW ..September 30-1854. 3d p 'ahnuary1l1 ((4..), I4. 6 -- in Tall and Winter stIes, TIX: ',
e Court ft ooe Jn Talkihassec situate in t.h4 XJV'I of Frfliikha ,Gadsdooj Leon, and Btiick Ynaich Doeskin i-L,7'
: : t D. Wj O W. TNNSeerKiry; PrTem.! Wtiknlb i ia'; thtctate'oT'bimida5,5to; present the earn* MONTICELLO, FLA. Bounty Land Warrants ct1a! dpJ ,. ? j.Fh iors, '

JgtjGtb-IS5: 24wI wits' the etidejie'tbeteofto 'im13irBigneJ'Dne of July 30. 1853. 30 1 1 jan O K OF thesa celebrated Gins for sale. Warranted

r5- : -- the Mastr x>t.said ?eirt| at bis pffiet Q4V city of J3OUOIIT it tlw.hig&eit prict, and procured u A 0 JT IM IMS'i&A. SI f'KEGS t ; S;:
: S A.L.FIStfERi"ATTORNEYATLAW.; Tallaha- see, on K before $the first dav of October ue\t, r Notice, F who have not been able to cstab1hIj'their R 1id S
claim have received less amount it, -S : s LIaeyi
be barred of "benefit under the Tinny
otherwise tbey.wfll IX- month after lat
Q < iuc tui-Jersigned executor ofMjio.'fesUtopfJ S -I'riited FlMilu.h i&awer,4lO
S ,
Decree! rendertdpr to -be rendered in'Mk) cause. than they were entitled to.let me kqow U. Hayjng _____
iles Potter
S. S (Joceawd, kiLt of bad fouitccn yeafs'experience tho prosecution and T ijJa, ; ; a dO
k-; HUGH ARCHER -Jt, S V 5 S
: p. Wa6rriugtou-C nrrtywiH present liis toal account andvouchers '
settling ot Goverrment claim*,I onderatand' ftillj-the -
;
.4 'iIii practice.in ih CouftiofIrtje .Middlo DJs- :Master Ctianciry. and ask to be discharged from the samt : on buxf.'Md' gesaIe1oW! by S
; and means getting through Jhe, siotzatDepartmenta '
ways < ,
21-17w.
26. 1855. i ; S MelW.T.
May SHARPLESS EVANS Ex'r.Pbr .1 S ;
;4 I trct. and in Thomii'C.waty.Giw The Wakulh TimW Florida, and Journal of at Washington hav.t-iu p r pps euioQ / -
r rF1ict.'Va
lrnmedifttelyover : 8 1855 6-4m 19. 1854. .3 ? -
/
August
:; : i S nJnlyil.lBS 11a OtpitoUSd pfuprjcIflI9OUtt story, Commerce, N. .Y, will $IAf4i okly until lit day of : ay- : -i- _______S_ S record .cvideme; of; 236,,FJurW' 81 AJabanja 120 r/
tbLiC14rk Georgia, besides South-Carolina and Tennessee Muster
October and send accounts fcrth'wrP OfIje..
S
a & ; 25-Iy -- Glass, Oils, White Lead, Ac. Rolls persoos.engafjetl in the Florida1 War*. If yon M
5qj4 S : :: Jlkhtati6iiforBilej; ) ';/ I BOXES Window Slass, assorted sizes, 100 have.-any'Quartef-JMaster; Penwoo'lor BottotysLindOlsims DRY br Salt hhies, i&'otterand, Deer

'tS For Sale. WineS I ,, $*& White Lead .puro," extra ANoJ, call io. Mo charge UI obtain'no.owpey.rt 1'F j r t, ,6ktat,' for >wUch the highest market '
-j
;. j n&i8 tt J WniiM W rd; .L PIJrsD 9t4ntyflL, I *.JS 8 rVeUrLlnwed'On, 'S. -*'- te. -. if.crqns -7 Afl-JBW M n5-5 S -g, -
t -
AHfe JJ Iiugjlousei.rd.LO acres of land soutli of lthM ee,4io,4jaM Sf31, a'i -Ui'cb'? .of,Waji ,5 ; ', 1U4/QiJ/ \ unsft d b'' ipkii
.. : r '
JlqI-L-|lltO| ir tb* .Be1I* &it5loJi ,,'lbe keeMb..iiTh flurt' Uon opnlaiM about nine hundred 20 KrgA Zlnt Paint, '" cr,A Rc1areiiu ar nvteid to eal1it5bot1 tiEtay tmy Lumber! ScotDpeS
# 15I4s $ k acres of land, more than )half ofwhich U unJcr/culti"/ 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and 4" bbls.f IlIq* (ot t e sis'ettb '& .' hlt4k'&ii' 5StsNii ) Lumber
Uv&tioa&n&iitarhi.>*l "n' < D1a.r&IGmLortAbII afd spln1aI'ux'pentine in barrels and at retaU. .&JuiTT I aniiehsm.Psn eola'ccaiIl & w r&r5dOtiU4i -
The I "-- ;* 1 1J* O '
ir tht.P4 disb.IQcationsIn1 Gin Ilonjtv:Strew, Stabtea'iaips and all oth- D.H.AilE8.- v1mi prepare qsi Ure.J!lil b ; 'sit

-' I tlw2p L.vQrn14! er necessary out buildii ga. wilU qufttUr* for forty or November, 1854'.v '-v- 45 only,l ,fpt increase* m .f 4ur, ,pew caseii for our fee i

Sluuer Deft door to D. I m&DrStQre. -. SI fiftj pegroej,. .Aof.p eiumnw1 iei Dreaged Lumber. onhini ', iw dcl
hfA'V.1 I perty 'wwe'cafl and l i premisci .. .. l
Ii r- o a4Wi.1 ct : to'tbe i tA1 .eilib C. IL BLOOD. TAU.AHAs4ut>Ji'LABBLS. /' S ala.
edIodng md
# S ..w7 W3U.aasat. tobteq er 0'tbg fiiefl, PMesiu451fI, bV'fVen) { il'tdiU ): LU'), 5L4L. Rb kWAWSS&; QQ1uo,5D; C.Hlt price this can' be oMl arib7 >,-> ;l: sivI4&! ,

I ICETU! hpw4r.t&rtrop; tatlipred.ilOUFr dr s moothgtun4 ,! -- 5S55 )

t.-L I. reaUy31esjeithan.ruakmng by band ev' 'fll"t4 -; (it 5t11iL.TM-Eii; iUt ,'uifl ')( .
haul rJjitiIS D. LADD ) ia cbSlCet. '
wagnte S fl.S

( '. U,.If&AiD.hS -Most'ABpcpieiCorji MUUn Pser**" ;-4i4.t Nw 4.t port Al*>June_ liyyfpf 0. 1855."; .t< j ,-;. 'jyrSii 25-tf "* 5 0 and fia1cbf'4 io fine order;landipg froiir Eliiabth .)

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4i4 14IC&J wz .
$ t S Qf L.esCutuity,*ntLx ocjo AdmnIaisatv cf : 1 t Ss ; iia

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; ; kI to plied for a dusi lIhchLge, freia the administration o I Iestat. yipcctty
CsjiK.ad 'k to be dIMhargsd. and ertrr ODI wurrtnteo io give perfect satisfaction. .. ALFRED A. FISHER. *,* J. WATLEB BAKK : o Port office.H .

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