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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: December 8, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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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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PROCEEDINGS OE TIlE HOUSE. A bill to bis If-entitled. an .Act' to'r-i.establish a Ferry acrossntho St. the concurrence of the Hduse'cf. Representatives''I respectfully requested Yeaa::Mr.: Speaker, .M sars. 'Bellamy "i"Chaute i'ChrM>>:Colson,

Johns River; 'I" vtr: '* *** Foy, C.alhmithIIlJ; : Pnrsons,'PemvPope, Taylor ,Thotap&ii ofLevyandVnnZintl4.

.- i 4 Was read the first time, and ordered to be read'n second limo on Bfl.'it' Restived by ike"Senate dnd-Ifoseof'Represenatzt'esoftke & .:,. t

MONDAY\ December 3d, 1855. to-morrow. ': ; Slfi'r of'Florida in Genertil AnshnWy'convened, '1'hatOnr! Senators Nays-Messrs. Bowers, Braswell Brown, Da.r1ingDianmkesFen. I

A bill.to'be entitled an Act to amend the. Gth, Article of the'Constitution and Representative be, and they are hereby 'requested to procure the nel, Haddock, Hollaman, Ive.,'Joh'fODJOR.of NaM ff. L ngfortit,
The House met pursuant to adjournment i. establishment of a Land Ollice in Santa Rosa County. '* Prescott, Reviere, Rowley, Shine, Spew? and TfcompKX "6f Santa I
Mr. Harlee Jones, Representative from Nassau County, appeared. read three times Reispectfnllv '. Rosa ,lS. ': '.- *jvl .V
Was ; as of the .first dar, and ordered to be read Very ; : '
and. took his seat ,. again on to-morrow. JOHN S.'PURVIANOE, So the House refused.to postpone-said! bill indefinitely. J <
,
the following members answered to theirhitmes
t The roll being called, A bill to'be entitled :an Act'to provide for filling vacancies in the Secretary of the Senate. Mr. Galbraitli moved that the House adjourn until'fo-nmfow l6

viz: office of Clerk'of the Circuit, Supreme nnd Chancery Courts: ; Which was read, and the accompanying resolution was placed o'clock, A. M. ; : 7 ..- ,' .-W
Braswell Brown
Messrs. Bowers, Darling, Fennell, "
Mr. Speaker, Ives Jones of Nassau Was read the first time the rulowaived, read,a second{,time by its among the orders ofthe'diY "' : Which.was not agreed to. "** '* v:*,. ) .

POT Galbrailh, Haddock, Langford, Mays, title, and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Darling ofiered 1 Resolutions asking Congress! to establish. a now The bill under consideration wasthen ordered Parsons: Riviere, Shine, Spoor, Thompson of Levy, Thompson of -. .. ... '.' .
A bill to entitled an Act to authorize Nathaniel Bryant to establish Collection District to be:enlled tho DLtrictnf'Tampa: ; time on to-morrow. "

Santa Rosa, and V'nZaflt-2O. a Ferry across the Suwann River at or near Shoal Town ; 'Which "werfrread the first time nnd ordered to be read a second A bill to be entitled an Act to anth6rfze Bennett J..'Home to.builda

There being no quorum present, the list of absentees was again Was'read the first time, and ordered-to be read'a'second time on time on to-morrow. Toll Bridge across tho Withlacoochee River; .'A "r/

called, and none of them_'answered to their names. to-morrow. The Jndi hry Committee'm ado tho following Report: Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second time on"I

On motion, the<< .doors were closed, and the Sergeant-at-Arms instructed A.bill to be entitled an Act for the relief b f certain persons therein The Committee of the Judiciary to whom was referred n Bill to to-morrow. ? .. .' ..
cause rtn"e of the absent members. :
to appearance' named ; ho entitled An' Act granting the right of appeal from the jndg'ncntsand A ]bill to be entitled an Act to repeal an act relation to'electing
Chaires and Christie appeared at the bar of tho :
Messrs. Rowley, Was read tho first time, and ordered to be read a second time on orders of the Board of County Commissioners to the Circuit County Commissioners in the County Gadsden; "
excused without the of fees. .
House and were payment to-morrow. Const," :181J J leave to report that they have.had: the same under con. 'Was road tho first time, and ordered to be read 'a e oncf' time on

He'Speaker JtevTMr.announced Anderson officiated that a quorum a cnaplam.was present.. -4 un tv i,,, v..tuitilT.n' Act tn prevent slaves in the city of St. Angnstine nidor*tf t ind r\'c..n><*iand .hnt it do fwi*">. Thfr BHl .:3in\ 'title
tfiu read and approved. from hiring their own time ; !'s merely asks that the right of appeal from tho Board of County A bill to be entitled an Act to allow WilliamColson to enter the
f Journal was
On The motion the Saturday House reconsidered the vote on Saturday last, ordering Was read the first time, the rule waived, end the second and third Commissioners be granted. It is intended to provide for the lesjal North-east quarter 01"Section 1C, '1'. 7, R. l ;Sand E;, of the Common ..

\, the 75 copies of a:'bill to be entitled an Act to establish times by its title, and put upon its passage: upon which the vote df-cidion of such question, as may arise< before the Board of School Fund ; i : ,
printing
ad valorum of taxation, and said bill was referred was : County Commissioner, by those authorities which by their position Was read the first time,.nnd ordered to be read a'second time on
the system Yeas Mr.:\ Messrs. Bowers Bi' swcll Brown ami experience better able determine ; .
? Speaker, Bellamy, are to them with justice. Ample to-morrow1. e i* '" ""
Finance I
Lo the Committee on that the Chaires, Christie, Darling, Fennell, Foy, Galbraith, Haddock, Ives! provision is made by which frivolous appeals will be prevented.J. 1. A bill to be entitled An-Act in relation to Minors choosing Guardians
motion Saturday, respective
of adopted on
In pursuance Governor's a be referred to the appropri. Jones of Nassau, Langford, Mays, Parsons, Riviere, Rowley, Shine, B. GALBRAITH, I ; 5'S. .. .
portions of the message Speer :Thompson of Levy Thompbon of Santa Rosa and VanZant i for the Committee. ,. Was read tho first time, and ordered to be'read a second time on

ate Committees; -24. Which WAS received, and the accompanying bill placed tomorrow.v "- S '' ', ., ,-
the Governor relates to among
much of Message as
Ordered, That so Nays-Xone. the orders of the''day.! A bill to be entitled An Act to regulate the fees 'of County Surveyor -
and Treasurer the General Fund
the Reports of the Comptroller: upon .
So the bill passed-title as stated. The Judicially Committee made the following Report; ; '
and thosd, of the Message relating to State .
of the State, portions Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A The Was read the first time nnd ordered be read
and Criminal Prosecutions, be referred to the Committee Judiciary Committee to whom was referred A Bill to be to n second_time on
Debt, Taxation, bill to be entitled Act to amend tho act the entitled! to-morrow. '
an incorporating An act for the benefit of John L. Tatuai, beg leave to t- > S
I on Finance; Florida Railroad Company ; Senate Resolution relative to the establishment ofa Landf Officein
relates to the of the
of the as Report
That so much Message Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second time on REPORT: i: Santa Rosa County) '- '
the and Common School
Treasurer and Register upon Seminary to-morrow. That they have hind the same under consideration. and recommendthat Was read and adopted.

Fund, be referred to the Committee on Schools and Colleges; A bill to be entitled an Act to amend the election laws ; it do pass. Ordered that the same he certified I to the Senate.. .
the relates to the Report of theTreasure'upon ,
) of Message as
That so much Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time o'i J. F. GALBRAITH, Senate bill to be entitled an Act granting the right of appeal from
? the Internal Improvement Fund, the Report of the
to-morrow. for the Committee. t he Judges and orders of the Board County Commissioners to
and to Internal Improvements, be referred tho
State Engineer and Geologist, The following message was received from his Excellency the Governor Whkh was received, and the accompanying: bill piaffed! among Circuit: Court; .
to the Committee on Internal Improvements; the orders of the Was read the second time and ordered be t
: day. to read a third time on
Census be
That so much of the Message as relates to Returns referred -
EXECUTIVE t o-morrow. I
CiivMjinn
: .
Census and Apportionment ORDERS OF THE -.. .
to the Committee on ; DAY.
of the relates to Charters be referredto Tallahassee, No\omlor :.SO, lfi.;;:f> i[ A bill to lie entitled An Act for the relief of John I.. Tatmn;
much Message
That
so Fellow-CiLizens of lite Senate SC'I1tte bill to bo entitled an Act to amend the Act regulating com- Was read the second time, and ordered to bo read a third time
the Committee on Corporations;
and House of Rcprescnla'ivcs : 'mon L.iw p.-oceedi'igs) ; 0:1: tomorrow."t .
That much of the Message as relates to Amendments of the
Constitution so and the Boundary Line be referred to the Committee on Under an interlocutory decree of the Supreme Court of the United Came up on its! third reading.On A bill to be entitled An Act for the election of a Octfnt/ Site in*

the States, in the suit pending between this State and Georgia; for motion! the House reconsidered the \'Ot(' orderinO' said bill to be Orange County ; S :' _
Judiciary
That so much; of the Message as relates to Swamp and Overflowed the settlement of the boundary line, it became my duty, in June, read a third time, and the bill was referred to the Judiciary o Com Was read the first time, and ordered to be read a second" tinw? on

Lands be referred to the Committee on State Lands ; 1854, to appoint a Commissioner and Surveyor, to meet .1 Minilar Illitt('(,. L to-morrow. -

That so much of the Message as relates to Indians be referred to Commission on the part of the State of Georgia, for the purpose of A bill to be entitled An Act to empower Samuel G. Frierson toassume On motion, the House adjourned until to-morrow, 10 o'clockA. M.

the Commitee on Indian Affairs; procuring such information, making such tureand, niunii.g; such the management of his own estate; .

And that so much of the'Message as refers to our Federal Relations lines as would enable the Court to decide understandingly.:; far as Was read the third time and put upon its passage, npon which WEDNESDAY, December 5th, 1855.
Florida was conrerned, the service required for tile benefit of the
be referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. was the vote was; : The Ilonso
met pursuant to adjournment
United States, as the proprietor of the land along the line, and itwas Ye Mr. Speaker. Messrs.' Darlinjr. Galbraith. Johnston. Quorum 1rrMent:
Bills and Resolutions which had passed the House :u:- Jonesof r------ '
The following Mr. J. Whitehurst
!:! of Jackson
County,, appearedand took L.&
expected that the expenses incurred by ns would! be refunded. Na- Langtord Parsons Prescott =
were transmitted. to the :Senate, viz : au, Mays, Pope, Shine Tliomp-i seat.
A bill to be entitled an Act in relation. to Assaults with intent to I therefore selected as Surveyor, B. Whitncr, Jr., the same gentleman son of Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and VanZant-14. The Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated 5

commit Rape, and for other purposes ; who had been appointed by the Government to survey tIn N.INS' -.Messrs. Bellamy, Dowers, Braswell, Brown, Chaires, The following bills and resolution as which Chaplain.had I ,

Senate bill to be entitled an Act to amend.-;m act incorporatingthe line between Florida and Alabama, and contracted with him that his Christie: Colson, Dismukcs, Foy, Haddock, Hollaman, Ives, Riviere, transmitted to the Senate \iz pa.saed"the ..Hou"sewere
net per diem should equal that made while engaged in that sen ice. Rowley and TlJlor-15. ; : ". .
City of Apalachicola; A bill to be entitled auAct. for the relief cf certain therein
Senate Resolution in relation to the payment of the accounts of This enabled me to settle with.him without difficulty! wIder tho authority So the bill was lost.A t. named ; persona

conferred upon me by an act ('ntitl'dn act to provide for bill to be entitled An Act to tho
of
Henry J. Stewart and William J. J. Duncan ; organize County Taylor; A bill to be entitled an Act to authorize Ml A. Brownlee
: establish -
S Senate Preamble and Resolutions asking the establishment of a the expenses" of Florida in the settlement. of Boundary with the State Came np on its third reading and was postponed until .to-morrow. a Ferry; across the St. Johns River; to

Mail Route along the Bellamy Road, between the St. Johns River: of Georgia. A bill to bo entitled An Act authorizing certain persons to practice A bill to be entitled an Act to authorize Nathaniel v
and Nevvnansville, in the County of Alachua: and the trsnsmission of In regard{ to the Commissioner, Col. B. Whitner, I I have not 1.1ill: the Courts of tbis State; tablish a Ferry across the Suwanueo! River Bryant to es
been so forlunaf-i Ho icndered valuables-mice not in the U'as read the second time and ordered at or near Shoal
semi-weekly[ malts over said route ; and *, only to be read a third time on Town and
Senate Resolution respecting Appeals and Writs of Error from the actual examination and exploration, under ciicumslancts( I'S or h'lIllwr- t to-mo'row.I ; S % ,
Senate resolution
District Courts of Florida to the Circuit Court of Georgia.On ature, &c., which endangered health and life, but collected, at great A lull:! to he entitled an Act to authorize M. A. Brownlec. to establish Santa Rosa .relative to the' establishment of a Land Office in
County.The
motion of Mr. Galbraith, inconvenience, a mass of teMi'nony of rare value. His investigations a Ferry on the St. Johns River ;

Senate bill to be entitled an Act to incorporate a Bank in the City were of the most laborious character. His report was one of signal W.H rend: ( the second time, the rule waived, read a third time by :Mr. reading of the Journal: yesterday was dispensed' with.:
ability, and I have reason to know is consuleicd by the counsel in its; title aid its which tho Rowley gave.notice that he would on. some futon; &,/.. sk-
and referred
of Tallahassee, was taken from the table to the Committee : put upon [passage, upon vote was : leave to introduce a bill to be entitled
the case a valuable and important document lie was Yeas "fr. Messrs. Bowers an Act to change the name of
on Corporations. my own appointee Speaker, Bellamy, Braswell, Brown,
and without a contract, and I have therefore felt a delicacy Chaires Christi Colson DUmukes Fennell Josephine Flournoy to Josephine: De Carranceja'and for other pur
The rule being waived, Mr. Rowley was permitted to introduce Darling, Foy, Galbraith
without previous notice, a !bill to be entitled an Act authorizing certain in fixing a price upon his services The State of Georgia: paid her Haddock, Hollaman, Ives, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Lang- poses.Pursu.tnf to Bowers j S .
noticeMr. introduced bill
previous
persons to practice law in the Courts of this State ; Commissioner, for the same service, two thousand dollars) : and the ford, Mavs, Parsons, Pope, Prescott, Riviere, Rowley, Shine Speer titled Act to extend the a to be en-
an jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace and'for
Which was placed among the orders of the daj"; United States paid their Commissioner, T. '1. Randolph, for a far Taylor, Thompson of Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa and Van- other ,
less perfect investigation! and at a much favorable: of purposes ; "' .
more
Pursuant to notice tho following bills were introduced season z\IIt-n.: S "S
previous Which
was placed the orders of the .
the among day. -
year, over nineteen hundred dollars. .
and the orders of the day, \u: l"nysXonc.So
placed among Mr. notice that he
With these facts before Pope gave would at some future day ask leaveto
Mr. mo, I advanced to Co!. Whitncr fifteen the l hin pasrcd-title as stated.t
By Speer:
,. introduce a bll to be entitled an Act to the
A bill to be entitled an Act to establish a Ferry across the St. hundred dollars on account of his services, and beg leave to refer the Ordered that the samo be certified to the Senate. of selecting Grand and Petit Jurors and the cha'ng'e present mode'
Johns River. settlement of the matter hack to the General Assembly, and respectfully A bill to be entitled an Act to amend the 6th Article of the Con- aad for other ,. increase of the game, .
j recommend such a provision as may be deemed just to Colonel stitolion purposes. .

;i; By A bill Mr.to' Darling be entitled: an Act to amend the Gth Article of the Constitution Whitner and honorable to the State. Was road; three times on the second day. intro The rule'without being waived, Mr. Thompson of Levy, was permitted. to,
l1 e, previous notice bill be
a to entitled
Your fellow-citizen an Act to.
Mr. Parsons the bill
; and On motion of was amended by inserting the amend
the Constitution of this '
State saab to make the
A bill to be entitled an Act to provide for filling vacancies in the JAMES E.: HROOME. i words eighth and" before tho word tenth," and changing tile nuaUnstead of biennial sessions an- S S
office of Clerk of the Circuit, Supreme and Chancery Courts. Which was read and referred to the Committee on l n1\nee. word "section" to "sections." ; .
On motion, the House adjourned until tomorrow Which was placed among the orders of the day. ; '-'. J.
By Mr. VanZant: nnrning! 10 The bill was then ordered to be read again on to-morrow.
Mr. Speer offered a resolution the
"' A bill to be entitled an Act to authorize Nathaniel Bryant to establish o'clock. A bill to 1 rC entitled an Act to authorize Nathaniel Bryant: "to establish General Assembly ; fixing "day'* of' adjournment. of. the ,

a Ferry across the Suwannee River at Shoal Town. a Terry across the Suvvanneo River, at or near Shoal Town ; Which .
tHe
was placed orders of tKe
.
By Mr. Ives : TUESDAY, December 4th, 1635. \Vas read. the second time, the rule waived, read A third time by Judiciary Committee among nJade the Jay.The i

A bill to be entitled an Act for the relief of certain persons therein The House met pursuant to adjournment quorum present.Mr. its title, and put upon its passage upon which the vote was: The Committee on'the following report: .

named. D. \V. Hollaman, a Representative from Gadsdcri: County -y eas-Mr. Speaker! Messrs. Bellamy: Bowers, Bias well, Brown, Albert' Judiciary to whom wasreferredthje'Pethjonof ;
1-' By Mr. Mays : appeared and took his seat Chaires, Christie, Coon! Darling Dismukes:: Fennell, Foy, Gal- and George Hendry and others, with instructions to report :

A bill to be entitled an Act to prevent slaves; in the City of St. The Rev. Mr. Anderson officiated as Chaplain.The braith, Haddock, Hollaman, Ives, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Lang- a providing for. the objects. prn.rcd'or,in said_ petition,' ik"'l leave. to r

Augustine from hiring their own time. Journal of yesterday was read and approved. for', Mays, Parsons, Pope, Prescott, Riviere, Rowley, Shine, Speer, REPORT : 5 S

The rule being.waived, Mr. Parsons was permitted to introduce, A Mil to bo entitled an Act to prevent Slaves) in the City of St Thompson of Levy, Thompson of Santa Rosa VanZant-30.. 5

without previous notice, a billjto entitled an Act to amend the act Augustine from hiring their own time, which had passed the House, Nays-Xone. That they recommend? the granting of the.prayer of thapetitionere,'

incorporating the Florida Railroad Company ; was transmitted to the Senate. So the bill passed-title as stated. and have prepared a bill for .that purpose, Which accompanies thisreport.

Which was placed amon the orders of the day. Pursuant. to previous notice the following bills were introduced and Ordered that the same: be certified to the Senate.A J:H. GALBKAITH. ,

The rule being waived, Mr. Ives was permitted to introduce, without placed among the orders of the day, viz : bill t to bo entitled an Act for tho relief of certain persons therein S ,, for the Committed. S j

previous notice a bill to be entitled an Act to amend the election By Mr. Foy : I named ; 'YWch was received and the accompanying: bill! placed! among tho' I

laws; A bill to be entitled an Act to authorize Bennett J. Home to build Was read tho second time. orders of the day. I' ,

Which was placed among the orders of the day. .. A Toll Hridfrc across \Vithlaeoochee. _Rkr, Mr. Parsons moved that the bill be referred to the Judiciary Committee The Committee on Engrossed Billa mada the__ fnltnn-n. : l'Ant\rt....S
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Notice wa given of intention to introduce the following }urns. at By Mr. Dismukcs: ; The Committee' and I
Enrolled
Engrossed Bills leave .
some future day, viz: A"bill to be entitled an Act to repeal an Act in relation to electionof Which tnctfon! was not agreed to. the following bills as correctly beg to report I
engrossed: i
Commissioners Tho rule being waived, the bill was read a third time its title S
By Mr. Bowen: County in the County of Gadsden. by A bill,to lw eutitlt-d: AU Act authorizingNathaniel'Bryant to estab
A bill to be entitled an Act to increase the jurisdiction of Justicesof By Mr. Dell : and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : lish a ferry across the' uwanllee River. I
other .' A bill be entitled allow Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Bowers BraswelF Brown S 'J.*. "
the Peace, and for purposes.By to an Act to William Colson tenter the .A bill to be entitled an aetto, authorize M. A. Brownleeto; .
Mr. Langford: Northeast quarter of Section 16, Township 7, Range ID), South and Chaires, ChrNtio: Colson, Darling, Dismukcs, Fen nell, Foy, I Haddock a ferry on the St. Johns River. : astabllsli 'I'
A bill for the relief William Sapp of Madison CountBy / East? of the Common School Fund; Ives, Jones Nassau ; Landlord: Maya Parsons, Penn, Pope, I
Mr. Toy: A bill to be emitted 'an Act in relation to Minors choosing (.uar- 1'it-M.uu, lliviere, Rowley, Shine, Speer, Taylor, Thompson of Levy, S \\L. IVES, I

A bill to IxTfentitled an Act to authorize Bennett J. Horne to establish dians; Thompson of Santa: Rosa and VanZant--29. Th''Speaker; l laid' before the 4 House.f 'an'r astract'fronn, S i. vl ; Chairman. ;

a Toll Bridge across Withlacoochee River. A bill! to be entitled nn'Act to' regulate the fees of County Sur ays-M essrs.: : Galbraith, Hollaman and Johnston3.So rer's Omce of Loans the, Treasu'
to the State of Florida from the In'tirnsl I
on'motion, Mr. Taylor was excused from attendance for to-day. veyors. the:! }bill passed-title as stated. School and Improvement '

On motion, further proceedings under the call of the House were ByMr.Speer: Ordered' that the same bo certified to the Senate. 1855 Seminary: FUnda'WithinteresttoNoyuiber 1, : S

dispensed with. A bill to bo entitled! an Act for the election of a County Site in A bill to be entitled, an Act to amend' an act i incorporating the Which; read and referred".1. die* 5- 5. 5 '. !
;: Mr. offered the following resolution Florida 'Ila rond was Committee on Finance, 5;
Darling which was adopted Orange County.Mr. Company ; Mr.! VanZant offered'a Resolution
;? t Rvtolvcd,. That.the Judiciary Committee be instructed to reportto \ Foy gave notice that he would on some future day ask leaveto Was read the second time, and tirade the special order of-the day ,uwdi relative to an Adjournment"i i

" this House at as early a day as practicable by bill or otherwise, introduce a bill to be entitled an Act for the relief of James B. for Monday next, and 73 copies thereof ordered;! to be .printed.A Which; f, ? S ;
whether or not it will aid the attainment of justice and lessen the Barfoot of'Marion County.On .- bill to ho entitled an Act to amend the election law ; was placed among the orders of the day.. 1 f

: expenses of Criminal Prosecutions, to cause alfcomplainte for Petty motion, Mr. Galbraith was added to the Committee on Cor Was read the second time. ORDERS OF THE DAY."- .,, S .

Larceny, Adultery, Fornication, and Adultery and l Fornication to be porations. ._' Mr. Pope moved that said bill be i indefinitely postponed ; entitJed ', S -, : .- ff. -
removed from the cognizance 3"OC Grand Juries, unless the same are Tho following message was received from ,the' Senate : Upon which the yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Row. A bill to bo an Act to organize County of-.Hay no;' :!

sent up to Court by a Justice of the Peace or other committing Mag.Ipat. SKNATE CHAMBER hey and Brown, and were us follows: Came; up in order and was referred to .the Select,Committee haring Jt

.; ,A1 9 whether or not the criminal law can be mofo" effectually TALLAHASSEE December U 18o5., Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bellamy, Chaires, Christie, Colson, charge of the petition from Duval County, asking a division of 1

administered; by'increasing the number of Grand'Juries to twenty.three Hon. Speaker' of the Foj, Galbraith, Mays' Paracns! ,. Penn, Pope,:Taylor, Thompson of theC uuty. : S ;' ". ''t S ,!
Jurors ; And also whether or not joitice does require that 'the fouse Levy aud lnZ3ut-H.. Resolutions asking: Congress to establish a nciv'Collection Dutnct' j i

compensation now allowed ty litv'to Sheriffs or Jailors for' feeding SIn-The Senate 4 has Representative this indefinitely: postponed House bill "Nays Vlessrs. Bowers, Brasv'cJl, Brown, Darlfng! Dwmukes! to be called the District of Tampa, and f jr:other purposed ; l. 4 1
day a .
prisoners' should W increased; And to amend, the present laws so to be entitled an Act iu relation to Assaults with i intent to commit Fennel!, Hol'ftmAn! Ives, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Pres- i 'Vore're3d the second time, the rule waived, rtad a third time and

thtt & selection of Grand Jurorfeinay be made from the best men Rape and for other cott, Riviere, Rowlev, Shine, Spoor and Thompson el' Santa Rosa- put upon their passage, upon which the rote wajs', : *

upc6.;{h inry pan l. .' purposes.The i Yeas-Mr. Speaker,'Messrs. Bowers, ,BraswdLBrown, Chaires, t ,,
Senate has
"t also order.d the of 75 of bill 17.So
M}. Thompson of Levy offered thV f lloi\-mg;jrtfeolntion' whichwas bo i entitled'an 'Act to facilitate the constrn printing titu'ofthe copies various a lines to of the hOuse refused to. postpone sniJ bill indefinitely. .i Christie, Colson, Darling, Diatnukes, }'oy, GalbmhJvHolLisiaa lves,
; adopted: On motion of Mr the resolved Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langfon1.la .PnrOOIJ. P
Rail Road provided for the entitled' Act Rowley, Hpuse; itself i into a Committee U-
act "to
by for
1 Resolved, 'That the proper department t* furairfTt t1ii H iso with and liberal an provide of the Whole for the consideration of said bill--.Mr. Galbraith I Uiviere, Kdwley, Shine Speer, 'J'aylor'Ihirnjaeii'oJLevy'Lhowp.-

the Documents nAmmi-nn- ,?mg* heGoetMeuage.ORDERSOFTIDA: encourage a system of. Internal Improvement i in this! State, in the Chan'' son of Santa Rosa, VauZant. and .Whitehnrst....,2D.. /,. : -" *f \1.-. ;i
'Janftary-'Cth 1855. .
.) approv ; After sonic time spentin the consideration of said bill, the- comtnitteo Nays-None.- S r : Z

:: Very, Respectfully, and its chairman the bill So) the Resolutions wore adopted.; .. {
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JOHN S: PURVIANCE rose; by reported to the House h '
A hill!! to bdentidedafrA] t toeznower, ,, Samuel G.-Frieron: tau.. ., Se'cretary the Senate., without amendment. and asked to-be discharged. Ordered, That the same be certified to the S iata5-' '. i: S 'I:;

anne the nuuwgement'of: hi* own* 'estate:; -1. tWM .V.. I, i '. of Which report v&a received and the Committee discharged. AbUt to entitled an.Act to organize the'County Tayr;" '

rea 'the ae c6dd time,* ofdered to fcTi&i a third i time ThdT01Iowing1message! was received from the Senate : Mr. Pope moved'th t'the House" adjourn until to-morrow' 10 0'- Cam up on its third reading; and Mr. Po fe wax pfenu&tid owithdrr
., on said bill. .. .
to-morrow.: '" ... I IIi clock A. M: t : 'f.'
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\.bill to be entided *n Act aad&cnzTng& cWtainc&otfr.'to practice ...'., ..' TALLAHASSEE r _, December hat, 18;,>5. \ Which was not agreed to. lawin.thaCourta S A'bill. o be entitled an Act au&oriuny. certain. persoatJpraoti.. .

W in the Cowta of this State; '. HatoraWeSpcafor'of.theJlouse Mr\ .Parsons,moved that the bill be indefinitely postponed ; of.this State; t ," .5 t ,.>, *:: .iWaa .J
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". the first Upon which motion the and call for Messrs.\ S read the third time, and put upon itspfyssafl&' upbu:"bi1
time ordered nays were by .
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,.: a y."i. ',,., SPesher; :---J-::: ,' .' .Ordered that dw same bo:eertiied( 'to the; SenateA ;'- l. his remarks (Ti i.lotber: evening., Again- el fiIIif uses' sal tl be Ugitsdti .''tooMla.e.lar
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: biD btf entitled Act for the relief of John.la Tatum what be bis naket : r ere present' and wit '
r Christie Colson, Drt ; "8ftWI, Tom, to an ; proof-did .a1ribi beyond- \ -:.J. Tbe pt d&.j&Ltuffttalt Qa oI;fbe J '

Jones of.NassauLanYeaa3Mer ; ,. Mays, Parson,.Pope, Preae<-Rviere, Was read thejthird time-and:pot upon *its passage,..upon \\-bieh the assertion, that Gen.- Pierce received.iJl fe'en'tireCa'Urolic x' ceedinjrs of this beY'OD We&esdii; ;after.;. t; lta. Mrmaoent' .. anirmnacty 'J: "'1
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._ 1.eri .Shine, Speer,;Taylor, Thompson LevyTboinpeon. of; tewaar.v K' :'. x ,- "'5. vojw ot;'the\<:UnllerfT- Slates s' !-4 nobnUst t? EX: GQVt;titewffprSidedidelfceralions ;c4e1 I Jtt, r statute 4. Rrao {: Tbtat it Mid
ii Santa Rosa, VanZant ami \\ Whitehurst 58. *. Yeas-i-Mr. Speaker, Messrs."Bowers\ : Chaires, Colson Darling, .. assiatedt s Yite s&fat sobiaoee I be b J p tinna s1ia11.ot I-" I.
We"answer: inn"So'"far from adducingany tea t 1M
.I platfvra; L"
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"" Galbraith Johnston Jones of Tfassau Laagfogl Prescott pt
Pope
; Nay.-None. ryes, oo\1 laid Camvotion &be'de""Igk+ &Wat J10rida!
: i Bo the bill passed, title as stake, Rowley, Shine, Speer, Thompson of Levy. .,'Thompson of Santa his speech, when analyzed,furnished evidence It waa'composed' of RteU t ,. the npMnion oft)' '. mee tf.r. 10 ;,itlldna" -;;: .

Ordered, That the same be certified to the Senate. Rosa, VauZant and Whiteharet -19. to the contrary ; for, while he quoted tlemcn, but in point of numbers was. .an ex- oo"t1I'IkIn.. aDd\aka.,.- fntther part the soyatobli !
bona other .
t '. : A bill to be....:cntitled.; : _Aft. 'Act -to-ail1chd- the <6th< Article of the Con Nays-Messrs. Braswi'll, Brown, Christie, Foy,. Ifaddock. 1I0 la.. Brownson to prove that Democracy is hate ceedingly meagre attiuir, and as batten of en- or lo "' Iq.to IIUJM'act&Del Utal"olltI. "rde

'itifufioaT l man, Mays, Ririere and Taylor-'J. ful to Catholic asserted in anotherbre thusiasm as an adamantine rock of vegeta J M l.J. TW &I.. .
i-itt 1tIond
; "\ \Vas read the third hne, and its which So the bill passed! -title as stated. -. X10clasp' ?
put .
upon
passage upon
Philadelphia
the vote was: Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate;'. (/ th that Catholics went in a body for Democracy tion. Although the platform adopted at ,a 'rod tL 1h+ ,.., .ec.n....

., .Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Brown, Christie, Colson, Darling, A bill to be entitled an Act for the election of a'County Site in !-thus showing that either rown. in June last had,been applaudedthe as. Pl"t.rich k t eapri& Ad1i--staid Gmtmhou, ,' --)..-tP nt, kJed.: th,

rj Dumuke, Foy, Hollaman, Ives,Jones Nassau, Langtord, Parsonr, .Orange County ; .,. ;' '3V son is a crazy fanatic who knows little about most unexceptionable thing of the kind I ao4 ib'tlciniofja IIlet o( r.C1tJOGl: ,

Pope; Rowtv. Shine, Thompson of Levy, Thompson of Santa. Rosa, Was read the second time, the rule waived, read a tlord.tline by what is hateful" or pleasing to Catholics, ever presented to the Sooth as.the palladiumof I. tairltfW fn i grind 1L .,

'. VanZant and Whttefanrst-19. its title and-put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : that Gov. Call not careful to &er rights, it, underwent some material] fJf tho," "..IIA.''_iD app. btb-....... ratirnider ,.

:rf'; :' Nats.-.Messrs. Bowers, Braswell, Chaires, Galbraith, Johnston, Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bowers, Braswell, Brown, Chaires, or was very this Convention to suit the the.iadmioJ.tr&tio_ -
modification
i"" MaysJ Prescett: :]peer aud Taylor- Colson, Darling, Foy, Galbraith, Haddock, Hollanian, Ives, Johnston make his conclusions agree with his premises. by Messrs.Brinson, Parsons, Perry,Such l and

i '.. So th e'bill was lot, not having received the requisite constitutional Jonca 'of Nassau, Langford, Mays, Parsons, Prescott, Rowley, Bat suppose it is admitted that such was the particular locality We shall, at some future Criglar were appointed a committee

...t. .. majority. Shine, Speer" Taylor, Thompson of Levy. Thompson of Santa Rosa case-that the Democratic party absorbedthe day, collect the various modifications of this speakers to, address the to select j

i. A bill to be entitled An Act to amend the Election laws; \Vhiteburst-2.j" entire population, and that it was platform, made in the different States, North Know Democratic Ant f.
'. : .. Was read the third time. Nays-:-None. foreign them the most Nothing meeting. to be held this.erf
and South and as
present
.. Mr. Pope moved a call of the House, which was ordered. So the.611 passed-title as'stated. the principal element of its success in the I ning. .

I.: Upon calling the roll, the following members answered'to their Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A last Presidential lctionwe; would then laughable and remarkable specimens of political Mr. Parsons moved that the
proceafcnfctof
J!I' viz bill to bo entitled Act to extend the of Justicesof South tortuosity and legerdemain, that ever amused -
names, : an jurisdiction inquire what party has been true to the this meeting I be published in 'f1n
tire /
t:. Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bowers, Braswell, Brown, Chaires, Christie, the Peace, and for other purposes| ; upon the momentous issues involving her the American reader. 4- Journal, and such Flbr{ .

f 1..t: Colson, Darling, Dtsmukes, Foy, Galbraith, Holhunau, Ives, Johnston Was read! the first time, and ordered to be read a second time onto The discussion was commenced by Wilk. other papers throughout
+ Jones of aisau Langford, Mays, Parsons dearest interest rVhat party aided the the State u may be f.wndJltothecau8f'!
.: Pope, l.j scott, -morrnw. : .- Th*
.1".: :. Riviere, Rowley, Shine, Speer, Taylor, Thompson of Levy,.Thompson A bill to be entitled an Act to amend an act entitled an act to South in the passage of the :Fugitive Slave Call, Esq:, who led off in an eloquent and argumentative meetJAg then adjoamed to .mwtat-such time

..1 i of Santa Rosa, Vanzant and Whitehurat amend the Constitution of this State, so as to make the session an Law, and the Kansas-Nebraska act, and other speech against the proposed mo as tile chairman may dean .
;. : Mr.Fennell excused for absence. nual instead of bienial and the religious netefttary i
was resolutions
; kindred mf-ASuh."l.of equal importance tons difying denouncing M. A. LONG;; :CLd.tClJl. !
'.s' Mr. Pope moved that the Sergeant-at-Arms l be sent after the absent I I Was read three times as of the first day, and ordered to bo read ? Any political! tyro will inform the Governor intolerance contained in the Philadel- F. L. VILL :PIG t"E,. Secretary.; :
members I IJ'
to-morrow.
; again on
1: :
that it the Democratic with phia I'btf'onn.and was replied to by General
| : was party,
Which was not agreed to. Resolution relative to the adjournment of die GeneralAsserpbly: ;
: 'f., The Speaker having decided that the Speaker has no right to send Were read the first'time, and ordered to be read a second-time on its foreign ingredient. The political historyof Hopkins[ of Duval, whose intolerant, prescriptive Party feeling run a+Qcl.It is.matter of n.pedal' -
tl Southern
wonder at men should allow ]
w F the Sergeant-atrArms. after absent members upon a call of the House, tomorrow.A the country establishes the fact, and he religious views were sustained by the their hatred of the' Democracy; i iridnee

., anless by order of the members prenent, from which deeioutn 3h are. I bill to I K> entitled an Act to f'mpowpp Albert J. llendry and that denies it can have no legitimate pr.'o- Cnnrention. Entertaining such in*>ral) and them to.cn>ti*...:.tli j. tcnee-.tKaow.r\o

.' Parsons and Pope appealed. I GeorgeV.. Hendry to assume the management of their own entntco ; stons to e mlor; and while wo express admiration republican sentiment as were so ably pro peoserl .and.wages a releaitless wst rag :'

1.i' Upon the question, shall the decision of the Chair be sustained. ?J" i Was read the first time and ordered to be read a second time on of the Governor's genius, sagacity mulgated by Mr. Call, we cannot see how be oar adopted citizens: whose influences-I Psa and

:. the veas and nays were called for, and were as follows: to-morrow. votes have uniformly been ea.i in favor
remain associated with ; of the
.: Yeas-Messrs. Bowers, Braswell, Brown; Christie, Darling, Dismukee l Resolution relative to an adjournment sine die; and exuberant imagination, we must say that i can a party so proscriptive constitutional rights of the South. The New.

;; Hollamon, Ives, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Riviere Was read the first time, and ordered to bo read a second time on his speech on the occasion referred to can i in its purposes, and whose secret ark Mercury strongly l tinctured with frft oil-

: Rowley, Shine,'Speer, Taylor, Thompson of Santa Rosa and tomorrow.A be only justly assimilated to n magnificentship i aim is to disfranchise American citizens on ism, quotes with cordial approbation the following .
: Wbitehnrst-18. bill to be entitled an Act to establish a new Judicial Circuit; .
of
account religious opinions.Col. of the
in full sail, without and without onslonght Buffalo Express
)r' Chaires Cylson : Was read tho first time and ordered to he read a second time cargo upon
Naya-MeSsrL Foy, Galhrnith1:1)8: on jallast. Wright, of Georgia, was introducedto the adopted citizens for their inflexible adhesion -
Pope, Prescott, Thompson of Levy and VanZant-10. to morrow.A .
to the of the South
rights under the
.;i.:-. So the House sustained the decision of the Chair. I bill to be entitled an Act for the relief of.William Sapp of :Madison the Convention, being one of those politi- utitution : eon

f.::4 On motion of Mr. Bowers, further proceedings under the call of ; County ; THE ELECTION: FOR AKKOCIATE JUSTICE cal nondescripts known in that State as a 44 While our adopted citizens bare

{. Ac House.were dispensed! with. I Was read tho first timo and ordered. .to be read a second time on OF TIIK SuritEMK: COURT.The Secretary Democratic Know Nothing. While we to love Freedom and abhor Slavery professed, under I'

'o: .. The bill under consideration was then put upon its passage, upon to-morrow. of State has received the official returns of accord to him most cheerfully many of the the counsellings of their Press they have yield
b'e The received from th Senate
1f following message was :
but one County up to this morning. In Jefferson accomplishments of an orator, and the creditof ed their political support to.the Democratic
Yeas Messrs. Bowers Braswell Brown Diamnkea If 01. SENATE CHAMBKH
,
.'. Darling, ,
when
.. laman, heR, Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Lan -font, Riviere, Rowley, TALLAHASSKE! Dec. 4th,' 1855. Smith 84, Lancaster 17, Woodward having made the best of a very bad case, far Party as,they allowed in doing! so, they and well knew, to

Shine, Speer, Thompson of Santa Rosa and Whitehurst-1C. Honorable Speaker of the 2, Pearson 9. yet his arguments, having been so frequently counsel them, that lheyvcrltbt'iag'toafrda intelligence reason,i-to

,. w Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Chaires!, Christie, Colson, Foy, Galbraith House of Representatives : In Franklin, as we have been informed by and thoroughly disemboweled by the gifted en the chain of the Stage and to'txtena
;' Mays, Parsons, Pope, Prescott, Taylor, Thompson of Levyand SIR-The Senate has this day passed the following bills, viz: ,
letter : Smith 74, Fraser 71, Putnam (anti-K. Stephens of Georgia, during the last political area of Slarery. Yet, they bJincfed their
..uK VanZant-13. A bill to be entitled an Act declaratory of the law relation to the
;' .: So the bill passed. replevin of property levied upon by execution ; *.' X.) 37, Woodward, 1,1 1 Pearson 3. campaign in that State, fell upon the minds of eyes to the light of truth, clung to their Democratic

Mr. Galbraith moved. that the title of the bill be amended! as to A bill to be entitled an Act to make uniform the .rate of interest in At Mariana, Jackson County, we understand his audience as lightly, (to use a homely illustration Party, right or wrong, and in this way
.. have given occasion for the formation of
." read: as follows. : I this State; ._._. .. Pearson and. Fraser were ahead with ,) as.1f weevil-eaten peas upon a directly opposed to frqi .? a
A bill to be.entitJed an act to proscribe those- American. citizens I A bill to be entitled an Act allowing judgments by motion ngaiust about an equal numbet of-votes. party >f -
cow.hide for
i ; notwithstanding this gentleman's This may be a sufficient reason for: the free-
who have been born in countries Sheriffs for certain delinquencies and .
foreign ; I ; Cjlumbia. County, as far as heard from : soilers of the North to band themselves under
zealous Mr. the
to
Upon which tho yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Parsons I A bill to bo entitled! an Act to establish the rates Wh.irfnge, opposition Stephens,
; and Thompson of Levy, and were as follows : I Storage: and Dockage in the port of Key West, County of Monroe. Pearson 101, Smith 24, Fraser 19, Lancaster latter was elected in his district by the unprecedented 'the Know Nothing crusade against adopted
.. I I.hraitb 17. citizens, but it should have directly opposite
Yeas-:Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Chaires, Christie, Colson, Foy, Gai- Very respectfully, j' majority of three thousand votes, effect all who desire to
Parsons of and'an JOHN S. PUYJ.\ CE: Leon County : Lancaster 84 'Smith 82 upon see equal justice
: /flays, l'ope, Taylor, Thompson Levy a fact which is not very complimentary to the extended to the South. If more evidence bo
Zant-]2. Secretary of the Senate. Putnam: 37, Pearson 33, Woodward 34, Frasor -
needed the
I political opinions or tact of the gentlemanfrom to open eyes of Southern men, we
NaJs-'feSir5. Bowers, Braswell, Brown, Darling, Dismukes, Which was read: and the accompanying bills read the first time, 17. the
refer to final action of the Cincinnati
It would
be well for the may
)Hollaman, Ivca Johnston, Jones Nassau: Langford, Prescott, Ri- and ordered to be read a second time on to-morrow. Georgia. National Convention -

; 'iure, Rowley, Shine, Spear, Thompson of Santa Rosa. and White- The rule being waived, the following bill were introduced, and : Democratic Club Know Nothing leaders of this State to secure adjourned.Know-Nothing Their opening, proceedings seemed ,jast

hffrst 17.So the orders of the for viz the of this humorous
placed among day tomorrow, : company gentleman in to shed of the
The Chairman of the Committee appoiuted a ray hope upon anxious vision
the amendment to the title was not agreed to. By Mr. Parsons:
October next, when the melancholy duty will of some of the Southern Know-Nothing
Ordered that the title of the bill be as stated, and the passage of Abill to he entitled an Act in relation to Attachment at a meeting held some time back to prepare the
.. I devolve upon them, as pall-bearers, to carry journals, but rottenness of the whole concern -
the bill be certified to the Senate. By Mr. Rowley : [ rules for the organization of a Democrat.
is made unmbtakeably lIbn est the
c'. Mr. Parsons offered the resolution: which A bill be entitled Act the of the livid corpse of this new ism along the by
.. following was adopted : to an to change namo Josephine ic Club in the city of Tallahassee, gives no. adoption of the, majority report as follows,
Resolved That the Committee the into and and for other banks of Salt River to its to
on Judiciary inquire Flournoy, fllIfJK4CII.! lonely source, .
ice, under the authority conferred him by an immense majority. In fighting Northern
':report' poi the quest/on as to what constitutes a House, and two- On motion, tho House adjourned until tomorrow morning, 10 upon deposit this new creation of- political fancyin Know-Notlunglsm,' the South will still
thirds of House the Constitution to amend it and o'clock. by said meeting, that there will be a Democratic
a as required by ,
company with the hundred other political have to fight Abolitionism in its most insidious -
to: paw cha ent. __ .u._ . _ !Meeting at the Capitol tonight, to re- form
A bill to be entitled An Act to authorize Bennett J. Home to build cieve the report of the Committee, and novelties that have ingloriously fallen beneaththe :
the
perfect That the
.. a.-Toil bridge'across the Withkcoochee River; Ce| Jflcrfoimi nub Journal( the contemplated organization. A general ponderous blows of the united democracy was an infraction repeal of of the Mjssonri plighted Compromise faith of
} Was read the second time, the rule waived, read a third time by of the country.
; . attendance is requested. the nation, and that it,.bowd be restored;
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j. .. iU: title, and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was: I and if efforts to that end shall fail, Congress
Mr. Messrs. Bowers Braswell Brown Chaires Tallahassee, December 8, 1855 M. A. LONG, Chairman. Democratic State Convention.
Yeas- Speaker, ,
should refuse to admit into the Union
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Galbraith Haddock Hollaman Ives u December 8 1855.Senatorial.
Christie, Colson, Darling, Foy, ,
which shall formed
The Democratic The third Wednesday in April next is the State tolerating slavery be{
: Johnston, Jones of Nassau, Langford, Mays, Parsons, Pope, Prescott Meeting. out of portion of the Territory from .
Riviere, Rowley, Sliine, Speer, Taylor? Thompson or Levy, In another column we place before our readers the proceed Discussion. day proposed for the assemblage of the Democratic which that any institution! was excluded by that

Thompson Santa Rosa, VanZant Whitehurst 29.i ings of a Democratic Meeting held in the Hall of the House of Convention of this State, at Madison compromise. *
An discussion in the
.saJ"s--Xon Representatives on the 5th inst. Tho meeting was large and enthusiastic interesting! sprung up Court House, for the appointment of delegates That this convention protests against coalescing
:Ko) the bill passed--title as stated. Senate on Thursday evening last, upon a bill
to the Cincinnati Convention and the with which demands the
and resolutions passed with entire unanimity, reaffirming any panty
iV Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. which had passed the Houso amending the
the principles of the party as enunciated by tho MMedgeville\ : selection of candidates for Congress, Governor postponement or abandonment of American
Committee made the
The rule being waived, the on Corporations I election laws, and intended to disfranchise I &c. principles, or the disorganization of thv American -
following Report: Demfcrnticeeting:: not long since. ,
under certain circumstances foreign born cit. party.

,.. The Committee on Corporations to whom was referred a Bill to We invite the free and intelligent citizens of Florida to examine I izens re-biding in this State ; Messrs. Filor, That this Convention recommend to tlie'

*i I be entitled an Act to incorporate a Bank in the City of Tallahassee, and criticise -. resolutions thoroughly, and compare them with A Florida Bank. delegates of the States here represented tcr

.. have had: the same under consideration and ask l Iqave to the mutilated and contorted platform put forth by the opposition an I Hopkins, Myrick and Long, engaged in the A bill has passed both branches of the the National Council to request the President'.

discussion. We were much pleased with the General the institutionof of tile National Council to call a meeting of
Assembly authorizing
: REPORT I decide the merits of each. The latter with all its protean shapesand
; : upon bold and taken the eloquent the to be held at Philadelphia on the
.. manly position by a Bank in this State, and only awaits the same,
'. .. scrutinized said bill and find that its hues manufactured to conform to the peculiar prejudices of almost 19th day of February next.
/ That they have carefully provisions Senator, (Mr. Myrick,) from Jackson. approval of the Governor to become a law.
.' State in the Union, and the former resting on principles
: are'as stringent* can be-desired by those most jealous of j every Although a member of the party which had
0
linking; institutions. As the preamble to the bill sets forth, the State :! as broad and comprehensive as the Union itself; immutably. grounded Price Provisions in New Orleans,Nov 24.
the bill his
in the other House
originated err Hon. D. H. 3Ia>-" of JMndisotu h.u .
i ii
of Florida is without the benefit of any Banking institution, and the in the Constitution, the great bulwark of protection against the "
\
judgment could not sanction its provisions, succeeded Judge Baltzell as a Committeeman Flour .... .
currency of the State consists entirely of the bills of foreign banks or t Superfine $&85 a $9.25
ti. the banks of other States, disbursed by their agencies located in almost II freesoil jealousies of the North, and the equally objectionable! Know and a conscientious discharge 'of public duty from Florida, to meet the Central Dem- Extra Ie. .. .. '9.5 a 91025 I

every village of the State, and so far distant as to be beyond Nothing religious fanaticism of the South. forced him to record I his vote against it. The : ocratic Committee on the 8th of January in Bacon Sides,. ... 13 e a 13J.

the inspection of our State, authorities. These agencies monopolizethe I In accordance with arrangements previously made 4 '8 public and bill was indefinitely postposed by a large ma- I Washington City. This is an excellent appointment Shoulders,: ... ... 11 c a ll(

financial business of the State, and derive an immense profit for : free discussion came comipencing at 7i o'clock of the same: Hams, .. .. ... lljc
the institutions and capitalists of other States. There is no reason evening. The Hon. II. V. Snell was called to the Chair, assistedby ority. and we hope Judge :Mays will be Lard, .. . .. lljc a Hi

why this state of things should continue. As tho necessities of com ---s -- able to attend. Mess Pork, per bbl.,. .. $19.00 20.00

merce and civilization require that there should be a paper currency, the Hon. Philip Dell, Speaker of the House. Messrs. F. L. ViI. OT::: We have been requested to invite at- Prime u ia50a

good policy and common sense require that that currency should be lepigue i Geo. W. Call, B C. Pope and M. A. Long, were the champions tention to Mr. Griffin's Railroad advertisement CO .-This body met on Monday Sugar. .. ... ... 4Jc a 8$

.. under the supervision of those most deeply interested in its sound of Democracy, and Gov. R. K. Call the advocate of the prin. in another column, and a Dental notice last. The enate organized without difficulty. Molasses, per gal., 27 c a 29J

... ness. Having thrown around such currency all the safe guards and ciples of tho new organization. If we could command the space: in dt Osborn. In the House an effort was made to electa Whiskey,.. .. . :34c a 35

all the wholesome! restrictions that ingenuity can devise, and that have jy Messrs. Davis Rope, ... .. .. .. 8| c a 9? .
would sketch the but without The
our columns, we gladly: strong and leading points Speaker, 'success. vote
'. been found effectual in other States, wo deem it highly important India Bagging,. .. 14 jc a. 15 1
that we should establish such a currency for ourselves, and provide presented by each of the able speakers. They( all acquitted themselves Reported Death of Hon. S. A. Douglas.The stood-For Richardson of Illinois, (democrat) I

for our merchants and planters such facilities as are enjoyed by handsomely, as the frequent manifestation of applause fully attested Telegraph, we hope, is incorrect in its 74 ; Campbell, of Ohio, (fusionist,) 55 ; Price in Tallahassee, Bee- 7.

., the citizens other States. We therefore earnestly and unanimousIi and it is with no invidious spirit that we allude specially to announcement of the death of Judge Doug.Ins. Banks of Massachusetts, (know nothing,) 22; Superfine Flour,. ..311.00. a 12

:,recommend that the bill do pass. the noble and manly effort by Col. Geo. W. Call. We have rarely Washington Union of the 29th ult., Marshall of Kentucky, (know nothing,) 30. Extra .. 14.00 a

JOSHUA TAYLOR, speaks as follow 'of tho health of this distin- Bacon Sides,. ..-. ... 15 c a 16
witnessed in all the course of our life, such an instance of moral
Chairman.Wiuch guished man : Shoulders, ... : .. 14 e a 15
;. y courage and incorruptible integrity as was exhibited on this occasion HEALTH OF JVDOB DOUGLAS.-The deep HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES, ) Hams,. .. ... .. 15 c'a' !20
: was received\ and the acconfpsnvihg bffl placed) the December 5th 1855. \
j .; .\ among by a gentleman who had been identified with the Whig party, and widespread solicitude felt. in regard to Lard,. ... ... .. 15 c a 16'Mess !

!... orders-*: Thw of role the being day. waived, Mr. Ives introduced a bill to be. entitled but Ww his compeers[ Stephens and Toomb* of Georgia, refused to the health of Judge Douglass has been greaty : The Democratic Members of the General] Pork.. ... ...$20,00 a

An Act to establish a new Judicial Circuit; be transferred Ly political trickery to the dominion of a secret organization relieved by the intelligence which reached Assembly,in pursuance ofpreviousnoticecon- Prime .. ..934.00. a #

the orders of the whose lie knew this: city yesterday. Hon. Mr. Me Mullen, of vned, this afternoon{ at 4 o'clock.Hon. M. A. Sugar,. .... .. ... 10 o d 12Molasses
Which placed day. of principles nothing, aud ofwhnAA.\ .
was. among YIJtulaYtJlI" ',..a1"g Uuuugh Terre haute, ,.. .. .. .... 43 ca
introduced bill be enti- LONG, in the Chair. On motion, F. L. VIL-
to
The rule being waived, Mr. Langford a den purposes be could form no conception. (Indiana, on Saturday last, the 54th inst.,Wall Whiskey._. .... ..'*" 55 c a 60 .

'' : Ufd'an.'Ad"for the relief of William Sapp of Madison County ; The vindication ef)his course was indeed a triumphant one, and informed by a friend who had just left the LEPIGUE was requested to act as Secretary. Rope.. ... .. .. .. 12 C7. HJ J

..j'; A Which bill to was be entitled placed ameng an 'Act the'orden to repeal an of the Act day.in relation to electing challenged the admiration of every gentleman present. It affords us chamber of Judge Douglas, that the distinguished The Committee appointed at a previous India Bagging. .. ,.18 o a 18r f,

patient was not only much better, meeting to recommend a suitable person as a
that there other
to state in this
., County Commissioners in the County of Gadsden ; much gratification are gentlemen

': Was read die second. time, and ordered to be read a third time on State of equal prominence in the old whig party, who. utterly repudiate .. jentleujaii but was in who a rapid arrived state in of this convalescense.city last even.A Committeeman from this in State place to of meet Judge with Baltzell the Central resigned S J h:'

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.to.mOJiNW- the idea of approving so barren and profitless a gratuity as this informs that he Terre 0
ing us passed through
AJbtU to 'be entitled an Act to allow William Colson to enter the Democratic Committee, recommended PORT OF ST. 1TARKS.
secret order. They that democratic principlesare Haute last which
organized say on Monday at
newly evening
,
of Section 16 T. 7. R. 19 S. and E. of the Common
ARRIVED,
Northeast; quarter H. of !Madison which
D.
Hon. Mays was
timo the health
., sound and popular-our leaders able, active and efficient; and of Judge Douglas was still Say
School Fund ; Nov. 28.Steamer c.Vandlfti1t.: Smith. ,.item
in
'' Was read the second time, and ordered to be read a third time ontomol2'O'w. .the spirit of tha party everywhere, buoyant and unconquerable r continuing to improve. concurred unanimously.The West with U.S.mail. i

.. in other words, it is a party devoted to the Constitution, and not committee also presented he foflbw 1 St. I COSMOS., &Nay Aiiasd.

." A bill' to be. entitled An Act in relation to :Minors choosing Guardians distracted by the contemptible ivn of the day. Civil War in Kansas ing resolutions; which were adopted seriatim .wit* .hDr-B1tiS Ne.tC\- na

1, ; that little the WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. without dissent : 1 Kty.aaeorted mdze.to'Beaid. IHobaa.
We confess we were no surprised at har .
Was read the second time, and ordered to be read a third time on apparent Governor Shannon telegraphed to the r p' 172 '
dihood of'some of the declarations made by Gov. Call, with refer President for aid to an 1. Retolved, That i it is expedient and proper that to be rYn UtrtZwrr J<** .t t
to-morrow. yesterday, suppress the Democratic party of Florida be represented ia the : ,.
A bill to be entitled aa Act to regulate the fees of Comity Surveyors ence to Catholics and the Administration of Gen.. Pierce. If we outbreak between the. pro, and anh-Slavery DemocratM National Convent! which to meet b SarreyofoirharboW.Bark -.L "

1 I! .. ; *. have been correctly informed, this gentleman, during the last Presidential parties 'in Kansas; The President immediately Cincinnati some time daring the coming spring'for the 4 11 R_ -,Ne YO" .
read tbraecomd lim.. ordered the from the nearest purpose of Dominating candidates for President and .ia.O "
Was used troops New
the
campaign, as an argument against election of Gen. tslith fa
; Vice President. No"?t- 8 lbit .
iwed' that'do bifT-bVuefferred) totheJuOa :
the
j .Mr"rTGlmpa' : aof'Levy Pearce, that the State of New Hampshire had, by'solemn enact. stations to preserve peace. 2. l .,Hd That it be recommended to the Dem- Oleo U.S. mafb'Floriahn ._ .
; I c"':.ddicaarjr: Cl% .Ntttee;.: Relations With England. ocratic part/ throughout the State to appoint dele- '. r. for. At "et
4 the Catholic citizens within, l ber.'bordersof the 1
to..r ment, deprived .. t rightof TT 'Q -
,4Which was not agreed ; gates to a State Convention to be bolden at Madison .
.. : : motion, the bill l was referred: to a' Select Committee.consrttlftg holding office, and that Gen. Pierce was part ali1.r'not wholly Affairs with England remain unchanged. oo the third Wednesday April next for the purposeof SO.Schr.:Wild PSgeon, fisarr.,Nwr drlMa.:r,
Mr Buchanan-, that the British Cabinet tebawo bas. bbl;
r' ,.I'"QrJreWs'Tbompt of Chairea and Whkeknrst this violation of 'aaya Dominating Gubernatorial and Qoo ressiooal candidates I e bt W.1U
: Levy, responsible for palpable ,the enlightened religious vkM 4si l Iett'm111,
to in reference Presidential electors and the teleetioa of ,
from are endeavoring patch up a reply and 1.. 'n. r J
entitled Act the right of Appeal .
i t Senate bill.to.be an granting spirit of the age, and consequently not worthy of-.the suffrages of to the violation of the neutrality law. delegates to the National Coorefltioo. .
: t orders of the Board of County Comouttioner* to tk. .
and
,, f tr the Judges American At least if Call himself did nof that the House 8. Resolved That the delegates to the National
.. the people. Gv> ; use this It is expected Keprrsenlentatives .f
& Hicr
Circuit Court;* Convention ought, ia oar opinion, to be Instructed by (KrBeraageitai> the ,
*Wa ,read,the third time and put upon i its passage; pn wbwh the argument, it was.employed 1 by his co-laborers.in.the, Scott cause, will organize today, and that thePresidents those who shall appoint tear to insist'upon&M *fc>p>. la ems of tbe most common,... iroH'as the mat.I

""TO t . I I and doubtless with hU. full approbation ; and:if tie, how are) we to Msssage wiU be delivered to tioQ or a II the I lJYiI tie.of 01 cudi-a matiomsl roidaM'o diseaaeadwn Arterfeao|*l*& t':
.of
Bowen, 'BrwweU, Brown, Chain, Chwba i GdoBDarUa& I-j account for this sudden and remarkable change i in his views upon morrow.Sand date and Platform.S nso aaoo1ot1i&thhigs.. nWk.at.t elsAst tbs at>teatroh t3tatK'd

't : Foy.'GaJbnhb, HoUjonan, IT* .Jone of tfasaw, this i subject! 'fit' sAcircumstance, have transpiredsince i; 1852 to Dues include, b obstaow, Uw fcllowieg propjeHions: add ft 1 a UDt gyp/.y,
LangfordTMaji: Pope, Prescott, Rowl y-:% efTaylor, Thompson : Th proposal by Denmark to substitute ad. 1. The recognition" and adoption of the pMnetpM eeetsbUabed t jet Uft t.t.O ( the ytaeb V
producersradical"a'change: In .the mind.of thatdistinguished gentleman In the Kaneaa-Nebraaka act, and their I ".at
Whiteharat el
......eJL e a of Santa Ro <, VanZant and valorem taxation upon the cargoes of our ap.pticativi''to .kill- =,
'. 1ft, tlf rIflW ly,1 dKl not inform.U*:audietic In tb,': of the admission of new StaUa. ,_ : Tn r J -
Nay --?* r. Speaker; Messrs. Hadd.ckand.. Johnston. 1 I -ceure I vessels. for Sound. Duet!T": has a-rejected' by V! 2. That. neither the -,!&auwi Comprumit uor' any 4 of ie.1 atd" -
.83.wthe.bi11 passed. !-title a* stated.Jbi ofcr government*


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fairly tre4 ., Ipoha.erii bad to b.8Ul Admln r'i ,. I .
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bcarfu1 PILLB ts Mvl k tslte for none es e. der good tfchdag.. A dtt lUng.aad oat buildiga ONWedo y'ib; :.14ith day obJ int Harri on'deeUtare, -DeferxUnr*, 'I will: expha;, *,atpub- bff.M tbe mad leading fnptflXltbvHto&inxxtovilla *- low 'd Uro.-.rt1fttlf l".....: the

WE'S cBATt other-PltlLp-yrporting' LnrKi to be Liver TO new gin boiue and' aerew. Call and examine for yourelves. sold at jhb'to.auelinftto.thhihe.t! ( hid lie sale bifore tVe'Court House ia tboTwot.ulbCl via Duneansyflle, tb MJairH talaatU. prop hop )bSi4d4l_.L ._ Abq15g1 =
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'I'bere are FiU.. U. A, CHINA. der, at the MillUrd ptace near Ceotreville, Qorn Fodder un the 1st Monday is January next (I86)thtot) erty COMtsting of .< .
JItIW before the pui.b. PMTU eaft'nnY.bead flfw at M* Dec 8. 1855.; 49-w. Mules Cattle Hogs Wagon aqd rt.\.Fanning lowing dwcrjbedjands; to wit: The"ES of $the S Ef '. IJ Yoke of Prinw OxetJ: des in line-wanted. iu thy 9fI..1I'1-.N

u Celebrated Vermifuge, re- p'te Household mid Kitchen Furnitures, belonging ol Sectioi 23.'' t\tn.hlp 2, Range, K A Vt/the Wt .'2000 bnaltei of Core, r '<- I UniM M any bou.tjr.l2. Wib*tt oV>w. Land,

,ectable Drug Store in the United Stoles and Caaauu Notice to Contractors to.the Estate of John Mllf:'rd. deceased; i ... of the N W'4 of Section 25. Township 2.'Rflrr 4, Nit 20,000 pounlsfgeodFodder and will,toMl. dallyecw1E i.. i&rtof.

< : 48 E-VGINESE'S Oryic;. PENSAOOLA.AJfU Om. R. R. t SOLOMON. SILLS AdmV. W ; the N E4 or Section 26, Tovnihip] 2,1aiwe 4, 50 fine killing Hogs every dLnJU r ttq qr &t1\lS' .

ty For slc at All the Dm?Stores in Tallahassee, TALLAHAsstK, November lit-, 1855. J f December 81855. 48-2w N ,tV .Jie N Ei.oI Suotiou J.Tuwosr.ip, Range 100St'wk1Ioza. -...*. .... Sil tat M' "gfcwWtH'aflqoali
&ocr., win AaencyJe every Town io th* South. be aod thL bead Cashmeres, McriuH.and. : -
PROPOSALS will ee this; .N./hJit, aU patoftheVt oftije a ffo of Merino Rhoep .
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D.wber,186. 4 -2w ., SEALED for the Groceries &c: 1 of St< 2. Rane4 it w. .S 25 Cattre ti s.nd< ', ; \ : .
.. ', .- :: 'Gtubbirtg, Clearing, 'Graduation jQ.23. 'Fowtishiip Ji Dry 13onnt'tI I'- .
1:. Trestle Bridgeidg and. Culvert Maaonry, and the furnishing TUCK WHEAT in bags, I' N"f'lh.afi' COrtain Stream thniuii.East. G West, .10 A No. 1 Milch Cow*. Silk *Dt. Stray DtW." JItiryl.I3i3net .. ..

: .. Masonic. the CrossTies, for the 1st Division of the Superior Flour. RCrot me- g'Ef or-MclsCtkfl- 'J" "'iJlhip )i4Bahge. 10r'l first quality Mule *:" ': -.: r';-' -' I ru1 W'

Pcnsacola and Georgia RailltnaJ. between Tallahassee Brown Anti] Crushed Sugar, ... sujp( totbe'sbet thirty acres, containing' in all ..9 HOTM and Hole QuIte from: 6 months to 2 Satinaiki TafejaiMkaiia $. WVV''Lt"s ..

Annual Communication and Madison from the 10th 510 acres mpre wieas.- old, "- < 1ed V'f'1&
Ur: .TIlE Grand to the 17th December Sogth Florida Arrow Root I :i r years ,I
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and Accepted Masonsof next j Hops. Carolina'Rice. I', Also the. ,dIQwiig named slaves" to *it t Charlotte, 2 Durham Bulls 'I'. ": t I Hignlets .l""te- .
of the Grand Lodge of Free Also for the -bivision of the Road between Goaben-Butter, Water Crackers Henry, Johp,Aflen, Mary, Amanda Hannah, Louisa, 2 title gentle.family: and brood Mares,with Ibal! E'U&.oiered ljatd e rabcfit.Jtta. : < .NI4Cf1. .

Florida will be held in the Masonic Hall, in the city Madison and A'ligator from the 20Lb January to the Java and Rio Coffee, ; .11,; George, Cupid, Bill JIui.Trtuk We Harriet Jab,' 1 eeellent 50-saw Tnylor Gin I laptFtrati. M&L":. "s.w

J-.- -T.nhiuuM-..-- on the second Monday. in January lit February next., Black and Oreeri Tea, I David. A tints, ClArissa, Ben, Dyke. f.Margaret; 1 pairof Mill Rock (band,) I hair BrUhes Uinb1Mit aid Qi4nt j f .."- '.
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-1868. at 12 o'clock. M Representatives and! members Plan. and Profiles of the respeotive Divisions will 8iar, and Sperm'Candles, Sam,jtitty, Eliza, Martha. Daniel Milley and Emily. 1 of DanieV.best. Straw Cutters 'KreiidiRussia peort 4 lcffA't...t1tf. ;
be exhibited l at this office Terms C'uah. HUGH ARCHER, Jr, 1 sett of.Blaclumith's Tools U47S'ttceiMeit
be to conform" 4th section lat on and after the 10th.De- Onions, &c. Ac. .
I will required : t'riIIh Lk4.""I" fo.4. .4f.. '
ceinberaud Cqmmi. ., 1 32-inch Bellows ;.
20th Special
And .
January. .the Proposals will be ..
order of the M. W ALSO '
.article, of the Constitution. By -: :- and BinTa Eft .ptr
Decemberlst,1855. 48' 19 Turn Plows
opened on the 17th December for the IstDiuaionand good "
A lot of Havana .. Table Damiui DNWD and Bi J '.OW
Grand Master. txi the 1st February for the 2d Division. Superior Cipar. 12 .hp"t .. I
,, JSO.:B.TAYLOR GlaD Secretary. Th' work will be divided into sections about ouc Rough and Ready, and) Fig Tobacco, Master's Sale of Negroes. 1 lot of Shovels, Fteooten, Sugar Kettles, Ax**. Bleached and llnrwn J) itI. .., .

mile in length to suit the convenience of bidders. Burning Fluid, Lamp aud Linoeed Oil, virtue of a decree in Chancery of the -21x1 No- Hoes, Trace C1rnis. C. UarR, Uaovs,. Bolts Taps omabiig.a :, .H' .1

Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Florida. Stockholders will have the preference of other bidders For sale by O. A J. MEGINNISS. BY rember 1855 in a cause wherein John A.Craig' Screws, Uaipf; ,- Ox Yokes 'and 'other articles not A jo9d.uaortmeo\ J 0" '.
Dec. 1, 1856. 4.4t oi4C4i Latta4 l(4oI& pr 1ajEnV'e
at the same bid. All contractors except Stock. ii complainant and William P. Craig is defendant Iwill mentioned. .
00": Tint Grand Convocation.oftJie Grand holders will be take of their T"1UI8-12 month's credit noted with pproTed'' ". .t..rc.". 'a .
required to \ part pay '&c: offer at public outcry to the highest bidder before 1' '
Lime asHortoHTtici Qt aqd Bor.
Roy&\ Arch Chapter of .Florida will be held in the in Stock preference being giveu to those who will .', the'Court house in the city Tallahassee, on the secnrity; bearing 8 per cent. interest from date.. .Larg. *; ReadymadeClouhinguft.helaet
l flf ..
R. U. BERRY. Auctioneer. { t' /f :: ;IT ItiedU
take the amount HOMASTON Lime 1st in January 186ft the named
largest following
Masonic Hall in the city of Tallahassee, on the eec Monday CalfBovU sad: Brvgalbl .inJ, Oknk
WM. H. GRIFFIN Chief Engineer. JL Nails of all sizes.Wiutlnw slaves or R* be sufficient to the November 3165. 44-7w .JSetitinel copy. .
ond Monday in January, 185*. at 3 o'eljck P. M.- Glass so ninny may pay Gaiter,. '. ,. \.' .... .; ... t ",
debt in wul decree mentioned, to-wjt
mortgage :-
By order of the M. E. Grand H. P. Notice Contractor's.ENGINEKR's Gin Brist1eS.I lewu. Clem Hill Solomon Morgan Isaac, Butler NEW GOODS. BoytSl\qeS Ladies KM .fll J l.t&hJ wbeirtTdt,r.'j; !( .iw

JNO.B.TAYLOR, Graud SecruUry. India Rubber Packing, ;'JMJ Adam. *, Peter Arch Little Arch,LoUlM, Violrt, a Slippers, .
OFKICE PEysACOLA J GF.O. It R. ) I A good supply forsale by G. A J. MEGINNISS. Sary,. Ellen Oabriel Ow.r:e and Agjjy.: Terms weltButhZ' .

KNGUTs TALLAHASSEE FiJt DECEMBER. IST, 1855. )f I Dec 1. 1855. 48-4t -rtsh. HUGH ARCHER Jr, JOHN PRATGKIOTJS black and 1Jf. D Lasting GtUsrt' .1",.
DgMoLAYENcAMrMroF a. a .
times of letting of the Contracts on the Pen- Master iu Fomi.v ,
l"'HE Special Chancery.D .
T-elrL! and appendant orders will be held .in the : t Georgia Rail Jload are .L Iu U. city of Tajltibftssea, during the I : ", Calf Shoes, high aaj low quArters .
1I\8Onic.U..ll. flf tlw Grand That part of the line between Tallahassee and the 50 0 i 1 BUSHELS of superior quality for sale by, ;::: : : Dealer in Ready Made Clothing andGentlemen's Gents half Shoes, . .-f' '?f
.Graud Coruinunicati 'Lodge of Florida.! HOPKINS A MEGINNISS.Dec. U. R..KOIMM.V8.J [B. C. 10' "
\ AucilTa River will'bo let at Tallahassee ou tho 21st, :1 Famishing Gtofls. 'a Silk Hat*, ,.i.v. .,.," ,
' .. Br order of. the Grand Commander). : ... I Dt-cember; 1. 1855. 48 ROBBINS & BIBB: .,.,._ _ line Cawimcre.H.iti. V.: i'
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J. B. TAYLOR Recorder. I That part of the line between the Aucilla nnd the : I Fall and Winter Gaits iud; Boys C.-a*iorteJ'f/ .
IIDS. am now receiving l
BACON PROPRIETOR OF my svp-
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.W Paper in the State friendly t the Craft are Suwannce Rivers; \slll be let at Madison C. H.(10 the 10 4' Italian Cravat and Scaffr,, f"f
3" Cassimeres .
Shoulders.
3 cqucbthd to give the above one insertion. .J7th, December; And 2 Plain Hams TI1E BALTIMORE STOVE HOUSE ply of Cloths Vesting, 4'( oj % ilkSicbftThlncck: 'lie'I)

0--- __ _______.__ That part( the line between the Suwannee River IU bbli" Mess Pork, in store and for sale ,' AND M.IJilT.\CTCEERS OF.SCOTT'S Every Color Style} and Quality A good as3orlm it of Oenn. Linen Bon .ps.Slurta
----- and by.HO1'KINS and Collars. .
Alligator, will be let at Alligator on the let :Ft-b- i I" '' .
d MEGINNISS. PATENT
Wanted uary next. WM. M,GRIFF IN, Dec 1, 1855. 48For which I am prepared to make vp in the moil All of which we will sell as lav tin IDL UW uL

rent a commodious and comfortable Houe in a Chief Engineer. L.I fashionable short notice Town 'ith .for'cat or approved credTt." .
-- -- -- -- -- style, on .
J December 1853. = St'PtmheT22.185' "S'S .'* *
pleasant part of Tallaliaswee. Apply at this office 49 Sale.
AND REASONABLE TERMS. .. F1
Dec.
8,1855. 49
Executor's Sale ON THURSDAY, the 20th December next, 1 -ALSOA NEW UOOtS.TOWIJIMT1it: .
.
Provisions. Ofltcnl and Personal Estate.IJf offer fur sale, nt auction three hundred and .II LARCE AM WELL SELECTED STOCK OF . ., .... ; c
fifty. acres of land adjoining residence. The laud _
9 b# BBLS. Potatoes, Black. Currant Jelly, pursuance of a decretal order of his Honor J. is of superior quality for the my production of short staple] > READY-MADE CLOTHING, It .

-J'.J Onions,iu cr.ites and Catsup Wayles Baker, Judge dnted tile 5th day of October cotton. The dwelling house with about twelve acres II Consisting of every garment suitable for winter wear RE recaivingtyV recent

.. bl U. JoWi Bull and Worcesler- A.D. 185 6, we will offer(Qr sale before( be CourtHouse of land can be had fur $5,000. If not previously : : z such as Cloaks, Talmas Coats, Vests, Pants &"Ac, atvIals.fromN.wrk.afuh-
Baltimore Herring, shire Sauces door In the Town of Qiiincy, on the wbicb will be of at low I.
Monday posed of it will be offered on the day of sale. The disposed prices. .. iooable.an4rell{ .seIecte4.atQck. ol
;1 Codfish Freserved Quinces, l-ith day of February next A. D. 1856 tbe following purchaser of the house, may if he d-ired it. purcba r Also, a large lot of Plain and! Fancy Shirts Collars, Watches I and Jewel ry/ /" .

. Butter, Do. Pears described Real. and Personal property belonging to, fifty acres (including the twelve) at the rote per acre : Undershirts, Cravats Stocks, Hosiery Ac., Ac. '
Consist of lever ladi_
Do. gentleme&sgold hunting *,
f Ilaisina Damsons the estate of Oscar Fillyaw deceased, to-wit i the other land may command. Those desiring a thorough onffit.will (IDllult their tog

1 Ci\oo I)). lUueGa"f'IC.Iuclrwht'at. Twelve hundred acres of land, the greater portion I The house is one of the most spnoious and pleasant in own interests by giving me a call, as all the above articles -' gold levers silver lever, hunting anchorflepow and

} ) Do. Raspberries cleared, being a claim situated on what it generally the State. It occupies a lth lull about three fourths CORN AND COB MILL. have been selected with great care, and with a quaftier Wateb'tfI; Cameo Mosaic,C .and all gold

4 Raspberry Syrup. I known as Forbe's Purchase," about ten miles tNCt.t of a mile South of thw Capitol and overlooks the Patented IGtli 1854. special view to their adaptation to this market. boMim pins and earrings, necklace, gold anrrj4 crosses
i and for sale by May -Copyright bosom pius and lockeu for hair and guerreo-,
Lauding of the town ot Qnincy. Sixty-one Negroes of nil agee,, town. It is situated between the Tallahassee and Sk 1 I. :< JOHN FRATOJUUS.
McNAUGHT S are prime working hands. 1855.
Railroad ,
Marks
and the line of the Georgia and Pen- NovembcrJM Iy47Private
__ __ line
New Port December 8. '1666. 49 Twelve bead of Mules and Horses sacola Railroad recently located,and will command [Any laffinyrmenl upon l/tf above will be prosecuted plain diamond, ruby pearl and g met, onyx and

.
Oue yoke of Oxen a view oftbe trains -arriving and departing on both MI:t to the relent vf the.la.ir.] Sale. cornelian finger..fltp; geP&1tme'I .dltoood pins ;

Soap. Two Road Wagons roads. To the South, with the exception of a few --p-- SOW with 8 pigs-cross breed of the Irish Gra sleeve buttons, plain.came.cpy aty!* cornetiaQ; a
A of etude fiite fob and
fc) BOXES No. I Soap, lauding: per brig G. T.faiO Two Ox Crfrta. forest trees in the immediate vicinity, the view is uninterrupted -"'. LITTLE GIAXT.THE zier and Guinnea, 4 young Suffolk Quilts in pig. great variety seals and gnlJVeU sue jo guard
chains ,
Ward,.and for .Ie! low by Also on the following Saturday (being the 9th day to the sea. Floridians, improve your stock. Come and I see keys, gold ippq aral'pricil ca-
McNAUGHTU ORMOND. of Februaay,) will be sold on the Plantation above : subscribers having secured the right from LT- them. JOHN It. LLOYD. sea, and gold, silver and steel spcctacesgold! and- silver
described Possession will be immediately i\'n. A very extended Sctrrr. to sell the CORN and COB thimble .
New Port, December 8, 1856. 49 : :01 MILL Nov. 24, '55, 47-3t
Fifteen hundred bushels of Corn credit (to be announced on the day of sale) will known ni the LITTLE GIANT," are now preparedto Fine Cutlery ADd Cans.
be given, the purchase money to bear 8'per cent interest in workmanlike For;: ,
Window Shades. Five thousand pounds of Fodder execute promptly a thorough Sale.A Dinner and brealiaxttkniTf witboflt
payable annually and the entire debt liable to nil onlers, wholesale and retail .of said Mills. Lrhtjj'
Also Jot of
,
a Cattle & manner
t VERY handsome assortment Window Shades, Hogs demanded if interest NEGRO GIRL about 11 years of age. Apply and forks in NttvcafTCr* .fJd..jt *! 3&e pn kt -
payment is delayed ninety these Mills for the
The
1.1.fitb all necessary Fixtures. For sale by Together with a lot of plantation implements and days after maturity. :and) lien retained reputation won by past to J. R. LLOYD. .cutlery shears, sct3 Tr and.rnxor ; flu* duubt
a the
on the United States 5 is sufficient
utensils consisting of Ploughs, Hoes and an excellent, property year throughout a guarantee November
McNAUGHT & Olt 10XD. and other 24, 1855. 47-3t barrelled laminated steel and' stub.tirit guns eoin-
satisfactory security required for the of Us and established character. It has
Gin. with
other articles utility
used in '
generally ,
New Port December 8, 1855. 43 carrying on payment of the purchase 'lIl1n won guns shot pouches of varioo paUern, fiuff*nJ I
a farm. y. ost a lar-je amount of money and labor to bring the For Sale. .
common powder flasks cleaning rods, Ely's aDd
Tin Ware. 1'trlll1o.f Salt'-ThclAnd and Negroes will be ing A utensil few horses. Ao,and will mules be sold, com for(fodder cash. wagon, fann Mill to its present state of perfection, and is now offered LOTS 25 38, and 43, on Clinton Avenue, opposite I I' .wads, wa4 cotter, and materiau for guoamitba cap
sold upon a credit of two. and three the to Planteif, Stock Feeders and others as a complete
one I residence of John It. '
FULL Also Tubs assorted years; Sale the Lloyd, containing about Sliver tid Plated Ware.
A supply. Bathing ou premises. article of mechanism and in a
purchase money to be secured by a simple practical use
mortgage upon 5 acres more or less they are beautifully located for
J\: sizes i and Patent Preserving Onus Arthur's andLudlow's the property and bonds with personal security, to be G. K. WALKER.N. and durable in construction It is pronounced by every dwellings. Apply to J. R. LLOYD. Silver table, desert antljea ipooos. silver iurka, 101104

Patcut. For sale byMcNAUGHT approved of by the Judge of Probate the same to B. A plat of the hind may be seen at the Rail body to be the most important article of the kind November 24. 185.5. 47-3t and cream ladle?,.Stiller and,;pekle| knives plated-

A ORMOND. draw interest from the day of sale at the rate of eight road office iu the possession of Mr. Gatlia. now in u'c, not only well adapted for grinding cob forks and spoons waiten, castoH, eal a sod ,fruit bakets. *-,

New P
.property all sums under fifty dollars .cash-sums <(e. Ac. Tlw" LITTLE GIANT"received the FIRST ;sugar.and freara,Rillhes cbannit and psrLr
Furniture. over that amount to be secured by notes with Sale of Negroes. PREMIUM at (the late Agricultural Fairs of Missouri A STEAM CIRCULAR SAW MILL located on candlesticks,, salt:cellars l! ,.'boqaet' boldefL. ftard and
approved : the Plank Road between Tallahassee and New '
.1 \ GOOD assortment cheap Furniture,consisting I 1 personal security, payable twelve mouths after date, THE undersigned, M .Executor on the estate of Kentucky, Maryland and other States, and that in Port. For terms to flower basiets'aaJ brittannia- -.. ..warp._ t. "*; -l

; .ia. part of Cane Seat, Parlor and Dining Room and a1s.o bearintr the same rale of interest. from the .Cook, deceased, late of Leon Cour.ty, will! the most complimentary manner. The No. 2 Mill IBwarrauted apply ,.YT n A TI L 'TTvrL.auvLLI MI.ePIliLn.1flI. 'P1fr1,
.. .._ ._ -- ----- --- - --- -- ------
,_; _, I ... .. : 1 talc. 1 bushels of feed hour with a. "n&.L I
u W'n..u auu .l U' U no day of !e I at public outcry to the highcxt bidder for each I to-gripd ten per November Ladies ,eticiile/s'KAcDcl 'wofk bexto pearl Berlin-
.. J-iyrpo t Bedsteads Wash Stands, Towel Stand I, OWEN L. t JAMES A. : Ii4EMTered at the LOW PRICE of?55, all 24,1855. 47.iniFor ;
;
elc.1 < FILLYAW, <>n Monday the 31st I day of December 1855. at tin, one < J'. : iron; andfrVtf te* pMt qionaiM! pearl card: naats,..
etc. For sale by Executors of for. the horse. No. S Mill
Oscar .
Fillvaw deceased. plantation of s-iid: deceased" seven LIKELY NE; impute ready attaching Sale. ml beads coral necklace'and armlets Jet t. bneakt,.
McNAUGHT A ORMOND. December 8, 1855. 49 GHOE:. field hands. Also will be sold at the at *t)5. grinds' fifteen buohels per hour and No. 4, at
lIam e necklaces, and bosom ring ,Lair sad tooth,
_
puK napkin *
New Port December 8, 1855. 49 I IExecutor's I time aud place one bay, Mitre. and a No. 1 Mule.T. ?75 grindit twenty bushels per hour with two horses. A VALUABLE lot of Negroe3ooni>wting of a wc- brushes hat reviver, shell buffalo iadbk rabbet. And
man about 27 or 28 with four -
years.old
Notice. A.Kiiu' freight and likelychildren
J. KORERTS, Executor. charges.ROBBINS combs china and waL-dolhass and'
Crockery Glass and Earthenware 3 and ivory
& BIBB. boys one girL Also a likely youngman
Dec. 1 1855.
,
demands 48 St
ALL persons having against the Estate of belts cigar ease-feather dasera "P.1W and
about 18 of Terms cash New money
GOOD December : 1855. 48 years age. or
i4t.1 assortment received and for sale by Parkhill, late of Leon ,
d-wr bobeiui and china and baa-
County, deceased -_.. .-- --- York ace ptanee. By S. KNIGHT. bells glass vases ,
J.\ McNAUGHT ORMOND. including creditor'1I1I'b'atet'l. and entitled to AUCTION SALE. kate terra eotta rfiun bottle
persons vases aod..pitcLen. <
.
X 1855. 47. yjewel
,. : New- Port, December 8, 1855. 49 distribution are hereby notified to present the same FURNITURE HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, THOMAS() WHITE oY. M. cases, centre suspensiat a.nd-id j ilamfiaIfnip. {.

without delay to the undersigned Executor and Executrix I Schooner" Wild Pfceon." shades clnmneys and witlu,vWiMa4 bowfgtjitarvbanjosr .
; : Salt. Salt. and are also'notified that their claims and demands -, '"% J ILL be sold Wednesday 1 the 12th day n:f Copper and Sheet Iron tiwborff Mctordeces3 j eiavinoeta, flatM and-

a : T IYERPOOL and Key West For sale by will| be bared at tbe expiration of two years T Docvmber at the Aurtioo Store of R. IL Her MANUFACTURER in all kinds of Plain and Fan- JUST received from New Orleans, fi. guitar a v4 Ua'strings, fins :colom'.aad other (

+ JL/ McNAUGHT & ORMuND. according to the statutes ofthis State, unless Exhibited ry in Tallahassee a l l..t of Furniture and HoiHrho]
New Port December 8, 1855. 48 within that period. arrangements, c"iiM.tiiig (If Rocking, Parlor' Dining.. tlf TnlLihaMee and the surrounding country that be isow 5 Tea. Sugar Cured Ham, Watcbe and jewelry repaired promptly aad m( the

GEO. W. RKHILL, Executor Chamber n.LL L and.,) .Kitthen. co.Cliair. ; a .Sof.i. .and l Lounge_ .. :;; > prepared to wait on all that wish to patromxe 5 Bbls." Lard Pork bestmanner.** :

Hardware. LUCY B. P PARKHILL Executrix. I, ''''IIIU'IUI.. I muii ana nraiuis ; a Jiarble-ioppeU Ifu- him in his. line of llUll iiic!>8. He also tenders his thanks ; 29 Mess October 20, lS4S. .: ;44, ;

-l'UJ4Las60rtmeut of all Tools mostly used here' uecemoer b-, -1855.--- 49-8w 1! reau and Wa>h stand : Hair Sprint; and C..ttoii Mat t o hi I\ friends, aud the public generally for the very 20 Prime .. If ,. I .
A. .
J abouts. F. r sale byMcNAUGHT tmi'!; B<>l"ter< and I'iII.a Whatnot ; Safe and I iberal patronage with which he has heretofore been SO( Superfine Flour. ,
OFFICE OE PE.NSACOLA 4 ORMOND. ; CuoklllJJ .'-e and) implements ; avoird, aud he hopes that a continuation of the same ,
J New Port December 8, 1865. 49 DtCEMBEK 6T11 1855. )f large Lump; Marble Paitry .ibniwl Roller; An< will be icnioUxlhim. 25 Whiskey" .

j\ : "VfOTICE is hereby given that there will be a meeL1 irons and Fttider; Chamber cotta ; Cruckery aud He will constantly keep on hand full supply of all 20 Potatoes, lla 'i ee ftJ: .
; ting of the Stockholders of the Ponsacola d t Kitchen ware, &C",Ac. 20 Apples. ,
Cooking Stoves. orts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of his #a WDall '
1 Georgia Rail Road Company, at Tallahassee on Wed- R. H. BERRY, Auctioneer, line of btu ilwas, A full assortment Sheet Iron i 5 Hhd. Brown Sugar, f.L"VtJCTpJi ,1 ,XI JT. J"
GREAT variety from 10 inch Metropolitan: the 19th inst. I IRON WARE WllpJ A.iX ,A' tt.&IL.
A nesday E. C. CABELL. Prrndeni. Dee. 1.1855. 48-t.ls Sheet Lend Lead Pipes Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pumps, For sale by R. BERRY.. ., ;
;
;
down to poor widows. For sale cheap by December 8, 1855. 49 [Sent. November, 1855. 47 DEALER iy PJ.AI, FAXCV J 1
McNAUOHT DJrt .. PA-l. JD I

': New Port, December 8, 1855. 49 Situation Wanted. Notice.BY tion. '!i : .- Administrator's Sale.; I JrAnl, .. ::11''
of an order of the I1'in.J W" IPA .. TO BUILDERS. .: v I.I ": .
: '" ; "' Iron A YOUNG GENTLEMAN graduate from one of I. {e of the Circuit "'Court or the Middle V Din,.. I Tin':'R'oorfng. fluttering, Qoppcr and Tin Conducting ON Thursday the 20thday of December next, will 81cn-e Heu-Qenrferw. :.:rP-

the best literary institutions of New York withes trict of Florida the undersigned administratrix of the Pipes lc., all of which be promises to da in the most sold at public auction to the highest Udder A SPLENDID assortmnt of C i LARGE assortment all l iuzea. for sale by a situation tutor in at; the late residence of Lewis M. Saunders, deceased g.
A as a family, or as principal in '
I estate James work and and theJbest
S. Wood
i Bell deceased will sell at public lJa .likf IWItUI1tf style material ta and Stmre ftrinim l wkbo Bto M i'I
McNAUGHT
& ORMOND.
an Academy. Satisfactory testimonial will be given I outcry before the Court Hon!e door in the town of pu' shortest ,notice and most reasonable terms on county, all the perishable property belonging to I and durability, at reduced pricM;- r i
: New Port December 8, 1855. 49 with regard to ability, moral character, and successful been tie. saidjefieasgd, consisting of Corn Fodder, Horses .
Madison on the let day of January next the following Having engaged for the last .eigbt. years in Out Door WorlcA 't
in
experience his profession. Mules. Cattle. Hogs Wagons .Carta,.Cotton Gin, all ,
described lands 1\'ing in Madison.County, Florida business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to re- ? I
JOIN EuquirieJ stating salary tc, may be .adJre-osed TheNWfottheSEJ.SE4ofthcSE4SWof 2 commend hi'nself any farther to the public as regard of the farming utensils, household t mid kitchen furni Roofing. Ornamental Front Head.'Gutterag. Cupper I
B. LLOYD K H. DANCROFT. i ture. Terms: All .under $10, cash all over and Tin Conducting Pipes, Seet.XeadLSlt. i
sujus.
the S E i of Section 3. Township i', Range 10, N It his capaoilftrcs as a1necbanic..but r'the ftjjne time 11e ;
St. Matthew's So Ca. $Jq. on 12 mouths' time, with note and approved se Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Sbop*.rk
that work
E ; and the North | of the S E i Scctiou 10,Township assures aU favor him with a call, god aDd I.. i
-A.-ULOtlO2O.OOX December 8, 1855. 49Administrator's chenr curity. I ,: J. B. CHRISTIE, AdmV. of every vari tjf dyne at short notice.
2, Range 10, N A E, containing two hundred > PIJ( :tv :& !
COMMISSION MERCHANT acres more or & Terms one third cm-h the balance Havirjj removed from tb?old stand formerly' sown Nov. 17. 1837., 46-tds. City nn i Country zmcrcp lIb, .

Sale. on a credit of one and two years bearing interest at as WJntr(b.,81u3fter, he w1ie\ found at his stand cor ----- Salt Salt--- Are respectfully inrit ..to pe pie a call beLie par-

ANDCOTTON FOUR weeks ifler date application will be made to 8 per cent, and notes with.approved security. tier of, 200 fovt street, where be will be glad to wait. -Salt. chasing elsewhere S

Judge of Probate for Leon County for leave '. MATILDA. BELL, Adm'x. tn lfhis; friends. THOMAS WHITE. 20 0 SACKSofSahtf'raaleby "J:.. ur N.R,All article maaakctn( ed from the ry-

BROKER, to sell the west half of the N Wi of Section twent-- December 1, 185;. 48-tds. Dee 1.J.855. 48' HODGKISS, POOLE. A CO. best malcHal ad ft ftTtII'kSb1. .' JTo otbtharti- t 0

five, iu Township 2. Range 1 N & E ; containing eighty - November 17, 1856. 46 cle ivill 6* offered/or Bale. 1af -' > '.J.f
TALLAHASSEE FLA. __ ._._ __
acres more or less, belonging to the Estate of John Coroner's Sale. To the medical Profession of Florida. 'Jcioner I. 2J. UIOI. '-4I .. -

IS prepared'to attend to all kind of sales in (be city Judge deceased for the purpose of paying the debts I virtue of a writ of fi. (a. t o.znedrccted:; issued Groceries/ i
BY all
MEETING of the the
and county of Leon;-Real Estate, Negroes, Cotton of.said deceased. ', the Clei'k's office of the County of Loon. A. State, will be held at Physicians Tallahassee, throughout, on the 8th of PERGoorge T. Ward from New York. .J1 i .&i 4
Furniture, Horsea Mule, Carriages, Buggies, tc.W .- K H. BRADFORD. J Middle Circuit of Florida wherein the Uuion Bank or ) A 1 Family Soap lFA

.st-India Fruit ahd Merchandise of every descriptiuu EDWARD BRADFORD, f JAdmr8December Florida is Plaintiff and Haley T.BIocker, Sheriff and Jantnuy Medina uext Association, for the purpose and establishing tblsas; model A State ol(. Ip". Sj>crni Candles, Q .
,
'. 8, 1655. 49 Ex-officio Administrator of James Stewart, deceasedis AssoeiatiMi upon the entire, State. 10 Adamantine Caudles. 4 ", ,.a Cft11tQfl5! s V'.i .. .
County through .
cc.UcTIOI Defandant I have levied For sale by --R. IL BERRY. Atonrnftti, 1ON LIl
and shall ,
DAYS ; .' I It upon offer for Theu t&ug will be organized at fl.A-_M. All Ofl1T.
Marshal's Sale. sale at public outcry to the highest bidder] for cash. : desi.ous of improving the scientific welfare of tbe Pro- November 17, J85E. 4GP'ER l.l..I"E COTTON,and. ft'4n .:,.

t VFe4acs4ar afiti Stftrfrfey--II'O'clock. virtue of two executions issued from the U. S before the Court House door in the! City of Tallahassee ft'tiou'n d of advunehig their State's Medical Literature ---- with their bert arUnlkw...E 6f nc4r..''W if :

Groeenea aad Staple dry goods, Wholesale
.' tail at this cheap Ca H:Store, one in favor of Newbold aad Huu ll, the other in favor described lands,to wit: Lot No. S. Fractional to attend ;' WEST WIN D" FROM NEW YORK Quinry IaI.I. "s.:" .st. .

,'. JWIN1I..LLOYD.Deoember8,1aL of Pearson and Jennings both vs. David P. FNewaoui Section 10, TowosLip 1, ELujRC I. N A W. Levied Sentinel t wnl. please copy. IQ i'Bbfc. Buckwheat. *' Oftober .20. IS',.: 4. '; .I .; f

: 49. I bare levied upon the following lande, to upon as the property of said Defendant, and to be sole ITim-mber ?t, IS55. 47 *3O: 2* Quarter BbU.Buckwheat. .' i.1IkJ4 -. {
wit: to satisfy said wntaccordlng to Law. _.__ n_ J. :':!' II t .

Wa' tited Th EISEtSectioD7,1f }' Wi and SEl D. R HULL, Coroner. ;_ For Sale. />- A Lct.n.r.R1r hoof IiJ.&l.
wo njsjkwi'will December 1, 1858. 48 Bales. India Bagging, : Iu.\V J.14.ivii4e .;&ItY.. *' p. LADD. t'l
good wagon find constant of N W 4 Section 8, and Wj-SE 1 and SWIof j
emi .u 1.1 I
: rrMIl Mfbscrlbers, wishing to give np their planting 40);Boxes assorted Tobacco. > .', Jfetr PuNov&1' 1i.ii bs' .
ploymeut at Ceotreytlle goqd price paid. Men N W J Section ao and E l N W lSt.tiuQ 30, Township I I
. without Fsmtheaprefetr.d. ,DM.. B KY ERLY. 1..Range 4. S A E ; ailS E i of Nfi i Sec. 25. ,Strayed or was Stolen.; J. basinets in Jackson-County and ceLtic with I heir r' I Keg Sough and Ready" Tobacco

:! ContreviUe December 8, 1866. 4VDR8. Township 1. Range 3, 8 &.E ;' and N f of N E 4. and FROM t the encampment of my wagon at Fort St. creditors thi. winter, offer for sate Wednesday, the For sab by ; R. IL BERRY.November Pro'Bo .P CO.-- .1 I' i

N i of N W J Section .Township 2llange 4. S & E; jpn. the night of the 17th November, a lth day of puoem'jer next; Ui l ir valuable plafltaticn, 10, 1855. 45 FIRST.VESSEL voj: r4RLETQN..... .1'.1''I'HE'mfg.AI1e '
DAVIS 4 16 miles Northeast of .M'ari nroootamng: 640 .
, OSBORN,. aod.Ng'i of N E 4 Section 2, Towusbip, Range 3, large bay mare Mule,having one of her hind feet enlarged of land 275 of'wbich i is cleared and iu cultivation acres .Whiskey and ; ;BJ ,Jfaaw. w fn
Sargleal an* Mechanical Delltlsts; 8A E; and S tof N W J, Section 8,Yownship 2, I just abov J fbe hoof. A liberal reward will be acres -cleared Rope. w : th1s4s en SaturuVty but.yWnXdi .. I
tti
nearly Jf 1 of land is fresh and will
'. -,, aage 4: S 4 EeofltanngaevenhffdQdaud twenty paid (or the delivery to Dr. English at Tallahassee or FEW Barrel of real A No. 1 Monongobala :She will loud rt.h.1P .
_- -- \\/'OULD/respectfuny V/ ef Tallabasaee inform the citlzeo acres more or.less* Also one batfpfN. V i of N Ei. Mr. Grace on rnj plantation, of the mule, or for any :prodcge o* tpnch com.and about ottofj as.any. laud iu this A Whiskey-2 .OOO lbs. No. 1 Kentucky Rope I t.inctjoo..of rirsona. .JiAl"t 4 54tI&. S i
_____ > and pf the { one half o/ the woodland ; neengievgps
r that they permanently located vicinity bere; one BJrd of the E1 of N W f, and otie half of N W J information respecting it. portion<1 js"f1cnhiUnroock.country! ; O.the'ucei. fir sale on consignment for cash or good paper at 30or c lt'. 'J.I" tMh&. 1..LADD.wHT .

and offer their professional services of W W 4 8 to the house all other buildings
public E J Section 2. ia I. 185.5. mnr.acrew awcet8 ry. November tO 1865. : ,
48-4t 45
.Township S, of Range 3, 8 & E, 80 .- r
Haying availed Uienuelve of all the late ;;
We the
wihlahsosvll
Improvement on place on tbu Mme .1. ten
acres more less fI.fe"
or
bving undivided orf.Jt
ia. UM Proffefaioo, are' prepared to execute four last named tcatl. The an above described intere-t in lands the Situation Wanted, likely Negfoes, Corn Fodder Guttle, Hog,,9Cntoee, Advances on Sea Island Cott or : :; :,., ; E

D atal work ia'tll it. ranooa braachea.. They will will be sold before the Sugar C .,.Farming utensils, Household and A Co'r.t'AGEB'JJhnW.EJj gH01t8K'
atteod to'FJAg, -Pivoting and floujt House door'in.the Town two young Gentlemen of Georgia to take Kitchen and various ADVNOS. .mJLtle W Sea Island Got- kwIi1 in f1;
Pfating- correcting of Monticello oa tha lit BY Furniinre other, thing tpojjumerous LIBERAL gudrepair. with aguoiFwe. c'f.wa.ttauetl .
i ii( ,
Monday, .
Deeembernext of an Academy or a High School in nt to Charleston ) D.
irregulantfea; Artificial a by LADD.
; nyaking Palate, directing sec between the to mention. Terms made known, on clAr.of e being flwfirsl.rwuse TCwtf of TLixna .
legal hours Hay
ond dentition trcatfnj' dtadaaed pmt *rd inserting Eo B. BLACKBURN ott&ito aathfy said fi. fa's healthy section i of.: They can come w.ll recommended sale. 13AKKLKY & KINO. .w PortNov., 1855. 44 ward, Esq. For !fofom&tbJ''mdtme of '
5. Marshal bt"l'l
and Scholars.An ,
any number of artiiad Uatb, from one to a full sett as November 24. 1855. td -47 % :4 ,. .'. \ r .'OHlf.f.WAA.S.
.. ...' rtn tK'TtttJh. *h A ItMMBVkVtt aM ,M, .._f. _*.L ___A*__ Northern T -TKntrift_._un of-. -Phriia---_ early application fi desired. Apply at this office.December .NewCroods.I : November S .
-- -- "JFZ--TJr'- "a** W IMU DOUI Montfcello October 27. 185K t. 1855. 48':2Iw- .,.t 1855. ... 4,4-flw ,
gums, tiereV rebdena? ffiq berfectlj !he-Ii d. rea- -, j For "RrleMd.I-Sec Vessel. HAVE received my ruppl) of Fall and...WmtctOuods 2jj.- I

tonng the mutb.natur. f nu.aixt. remedYing The above in sale has been. postponed d'f9 tW first I Notice.T .' pHE Brig SOMERS on UM way from ; (thy late arrivals (KIMU New Yqrk,Baltimore -'a. !t.f '.. ''.'.VI; '" I' aUimperfecUoo w .Kicnlatibti; and perform Motnay January 185ft.K. and New Orljeanfl, IUd offer them to the ubho .4.N ctrTe bonest laq.I .or.1 .
other ) as 'ttat. .
f any JL Charleston trill the for
follow Adela
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... ":0 ee.I'.. .t.. ft.J. eai.e ,. .,_ .jLh .De taJ i ..E. BLACKBURN. U.8.MRnI1rnLNorthern >R6UrJtjT$ f fo Jail in MouticeTIo,Jj ffersqn County .above sw:l'ortt'or f eight apply to D. LADD. good tern; M any..bouse, nt the city.! ifl.e.llt.oc h .l1. to. take orders'by" "_- cI.J .4U (
; : I. District of Florida "J.J FlorM: rih the- 20th of
I 0 Itav : \ Augustan npgfrofc man. v 'New i\Jif.cNov.2-ith( 1865.: 47MiMhell's eaibraee&eeryetj of Dry -Gooifcj. Grocerie*, MAONETIP AGENTS.!To .. (.

aad hij eiiY ; iirr* Orle Tax named JjKWUrnda.r.k comilexfca! ) ), five fevt 0119 iiich .. Hardware, Ctekery&c.&e..rurthe Ladies I have |80Qp jear, ud.a "smfcll .,uf f
being graJuaka olthe ot nentar'CoIl tMj, G dMen Coaaty Collector ; deBy high. and 1 gays that .fie) celopga to Lafayette ; New Natl6nalvMaV.7THE a beajxtiful' aesojtment of Embris-Laee fl in-SetU, 'mVka-'k Wdr.jh.M.f .

lpe to give eutiri.t. t fJ1 who! Zfly favor virtue oTthe: power. n.ted'li' m. by law. Ihall o1d0 qaJrs11'cqunfy5( FJa.ptlar Suwannee.lfiver. ManUea Cloth Tidmaa aDd,Ctealfs, anji a few of the: :'U 1.1: .J.1f .."...
with .
th"p1 their p4rJj.2 L Praetiee warranted, offer public sale be fir* the Court House Tb owner is requested to come forward'prove property :adbscriber lias kwtntiil a-&w; .Coppw-plata most splendi,Silk ever brgngM to ts' market. ,t'1J'ag,ip' tD pEr-4r.I1.r. 'r t.r .

od luItal.io:1 he and- cLAzge t otJtbl! Lelies waiCed duor; ru't.TownirQyoti Tuesday the 12th day pay ehajfeif a$3 'tal6'{ Jjim away, or he will be o(,the.United States. Mexico Ct .tral America Planter} *.are invited.to look at my"Kersey s.& Blan ClUIJ'rT_.-. ., 7185-, : -4S',_._ .-i-- .' .,".
at thtii'r r. '. .
and.tue'SaddwFch Islanrk .-.. r .
,> scale ,
dealt with toe lsw IIre&a. CJ14rger
deairt of February'ncxf for cash;; all thaj tract or parcel of as >,< \ \ ket9. ifore purc4iaaug.; T. KAY WARD.Octooer .
-8. ,
.i 1h( deiiring. their'e \11;'a tfte adjOin. &;5cT lying and.beingln the Co t proiLlledft1y known W f..f f' ITAfDREVS; ,I than;any'Map" herfttfefore: published', embtapng.tlje.s 2T, 1WK_ *_43 j. K : !' .
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.in wp1siUin / tbe Sheriff of Jetorson( !Vlst oterritor., In tlia ooostruAion of.Ui3s loll. i \
M YorbPnrcliai.w .
U\alende tt jJpon : or to tapib tbereof.M{ tfill '; A ,<- : ; i ., County. i I'
ben by litter o other,. Teims ''caih.po'or l he sufficient to Pay tilt Tax due by the AP41a LI oIa -. September 15, 1865. S7-tf work.tlie'moft authentic and able! Informijiiou HS irctlar & .tJtS- Mjji
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: juired. Oftiee begn col?Krted at great.lahor nnfng thejoct .
at the thi4.nee 1 I elPflJae t fj&b.1q
lidOqrpsnjtogtherwjlaU .
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tLlt nin11or OI.ltt opu f mar -p rVoE & and WleOiifltiiOireu1u' AF' .
; ; .J 'II Usp pf.tbe United i 8tites.t t- 00. Sawi
Chunij pmpl and.-A:4jlle I
.or Kt M"nrue: Street. 1 be lit accrue Ihcrwu. JA J SMITH, '. .. ....R'ye.I Rye ," .tyL : Ll V n41 .KiQ
fe eait \ K''reu rr dt'llir d. : 'IFO counCrietextant'Will be 'sohiI I excfiisjyely by .lib47 42, 46, 48 and ,52 inch ilzes. on hand abd Jbrwl ;.C -
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mba $;lS5: : Tax'CMfeatMf tur Oadsdeij County. 6AL'E BY' ;. s'. i'lOl'j1. 'etnf'iti.j; 'l '. Y"I '8.h-Ul: srq f)1J'ELL.! 4tby. *..3 441)).1ADJ) ; .U..d})! !. ;rs'i .

,3tu-u QfifD/, Dscmbu8,1665: 4ff' I I : .(MuLel'.:?; 1855. 43, J I l J p :.N 'Fi1\tt' i S New. Pert(NOT.1118.7 5..4' v- 1 .- ::- ." ,r.Mt.I'Sd r-a btr.1856. ..: .i.' .....ii4e" \ f7'_


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t ,.I JI ak''i' 1 D awma.DAVtt ORISON'S Urge and -DISC I VE R Y OFTHErAGE.T Theodore Turnbull and ,Caroline Bit wife | ,tCtiraB rttr.J; G.t I '
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t X1L well cetectea i tcd of good purchased by >him.aelf ". < 1. rpBRfl6tcr.ScfaolastietiAr of, th foatitntion.br; .
+ T r :_'IfMI'Dsilpr, Ia ) ootuktio;not bnl v of the realitias of life,bat also >ROFE830R WOOD offers for sA.perfect hair Emma. Samuel, Richard Jama' Theo} I 1. juici r+* lutioo of tfa4 Facolly and Trnstea Jja' ROG

1': +,r ,,'I ...1.1m XDIOIDS. JA thoae,r-.u 'adapted f It piety:aU'DOt only in JL rtatorative.. It wi in a short .t restore the gore Julia Jane Caroline Lydia Jobu been tbrorrb'into me Term;tammttxmg on the FirtlMtninv I

?pa ; quality tu atylaa, but in priopa. 'I'b stale.not otrlrlar hair which has grey permanea y.to itsx.>rtg-{ and D eimus Tnrqboll.IN > ., i*& '..:and clotwij on CojncBwm siDAT nod erUm cure' .
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a.9 .1 ; e, tetaaladtei particularly for the Florida? 'mar- mt color-bring* it out where it is 'go and arrests poraoaace ors Decree mane in MM ra-nlf'In the -Thurtday after tlw-:Fourth Sabbath in Jane:" ASAFE,9p .,c Bitter] Cnw Uka el tte,

,". f J h R>.411 TRI hca Ifar y ork ft f1J1IntJPtJ, Acts w&eh be feda assured ba Trill be able to cell aa, (If where it itfalhngod-cleans the, the dandruff J day of November, 1855, I will offer fir sale, at tea, I9in iothelfcfe,g Broruhitia, Co luc; ,d rAnb.

!.; ;' tI Dttttia'a- >v. 1ai.. Oik Wi w- low not only fur cash and the produce nf the country and itn.remve'al cutaneous eruptions, and render public auction in Tallahassee, oo'tho If I day of Jan'y; Ir' CUtL.yo all Pulmoruoy-affectiona.. Ilunphl C .ofT II

PIIIt. but alto to those who have bean dealing with biutiryeara. > scalp perfectly healthy by restoring the secsretire 1856, to the highest bidder, the following dencribeti Affit-arct ALD J. A. M, President-Professor of .

? -arao- All those! wUbmgto porch* we would organs t their origl vigor an{strength and laud viz: The W i of the. S E i of: Section 26. and' English Literature and Ancient Laoguge AC sFRO c> TIFICAT I
advise to call and theaa thus supply coloring //natter to it.- the N Nit Re J ft. As. M 'Professor of Mental Which tali be
Farr Brand' lee splendid E i of Section 35. in Township 2, Range 8, +: ; CAlomoL spec] in fall? h.
etllin ,
,MI tat. II ttlpht Qdoba Glaae Chene Satin Plaid and striped It d*ea not color the hair, but is, in start a perfect E, containing 240 acres more or lees The said land and Moral Philosophy. aryl gettins a hl' on tbt Agpot tMi.

'' r'y, IftOO Iba.. Obiabr BPMW SaUa kxf Solid and Plaid Bro dee, Hair invigorator and T!olc. will be sold on credit of one two, and three years, Rev.F. X.FoiuTBa, A. 3f, Professor of XTa thematic ADAM IlAttxrt, Aaale taut p ,op, ,, u I
K !tl SOtO < I.Ko.l.Ixmp Oro de Rhine and Black Silks of all prices and To the young. whet 80 much admire the beautiful the purchaser to give bond and, security for the pots and Nattoral Science. HnapiGl, New Ynrk; sa]a taRt R S Nt
', 01 .! rt.0>. qualifier lock and ringlet he feels that he will pardoned, if chase money. BOLLING BAKER : Miss Asw E. ALPSW Principal of Prhnarr Depart" and Tar entfd A ea ee of lb. ,met' era LvmA" ore

I. i' Black and ooIoredVeIveta, he offers the advice suggested by long,study and ex- Special Master b Chancery. I went and Instrnctn In Botany and Frroch. /wesrlyeis]eareataodio$ dkrtNl ore' datou,iII1B

}r ". yao ..- Dceatatoot". Solid and plaid CaahmenM and Merinos, tensive observations; it M to discard all cologne and ti'ovembcr,10,135b. 45 B. R Ltc:rox r, Principal of Moaical Pepartment.Mis "
I o LiuMd Solid plaid, and figured Delaines, stimulating oils for the hair, and keen always upon the E. LmrixEss Assistant Teacher In Music. >$e,
II -. IWIed.J3 .
t ', 500 Embroidered, plaid and black Alpaccas toilet a butte of the restorative for occasional use, In In the Circuit Court the tilts L. E. OKAXT, and Mrs. H T. Citwrttt Ornamental GAB.lEt
White Lead Chancery. of
K.ffs Nor 1, Black Bombflziuee and we can safely predict, that henceforth silver locks Branches. I had the Consum WJUTZHLU.Lq.ofC-ti.,
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: SO Krtrft ". ". Spanish and Mohair Debni es, and bald heads will 1 bo unknown: for although the. MidiUe Circuit of Florida for Leon County.Lewi This Institution now presents tq the PnblirV advantages : trPNin F eo h. and discharged attendttJ with the InoIIt ;.

10 Pan Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloths, rose may blossom upon the downy cheek-the lark T. Sharpe and others, which few jiossess. A large and elegantly constructed from the Lung; and .U 'UtTar 9 uarta c lhoccJ
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.. M Zinc Painl, Black and colored and silk Talmas eye be ever so piercing, and the. teeth those of pun M.Jiweph College edifice; one of the largest chfijla io gave men P to die yet a my for rods .1d pfJy ne 1
." V>00 Ibs. Fir Proof Pa" still if the natural fluid be withheld from the bur ?? bottles of Dr
i. A English plashed Talmas. B. Christie, Adm'r with the} the State; nil necessary out building and enclosures; Liverwort and Tar restored .Rogera'
.! else .
Wuxlorr assort larger IB
Baa Glass to
; 10O Dotted and embroidered lace V 3t and in it becomes first dead and hah perf ct health
raWrw.-Br\U" dr. <* consequence I Will annexed of Lewis M. Sounders, Boarding Department fitted np in the most neat and GABRIEL
Mortm nt of Painter .AMES Solid plaid and figured Bareges then grey or falls off nature will be robbed of pore ;! and others. comfortable style uDder the superintendance rf the $!rom to a\Jd IQbseribfth IIITEIIYd f). I
7-. D. H. ; lack' and colored than half its charm 8uI I although it is I %8tllwl .
Shalleys ; a soveriign Teachers themselves with the domestic ber. )8-6. tt1\o"e.
: 21 I ti pursuance of a Decree rendered in said cause( on ; departmentunder H&.YRy E.
l lV li May 38.! 18U. Welch Silk and gnaw Flaunala remedy for those who arc gray ns well ns those \\Mare the 3d day i.f November, 1855, I will offer for sale the careful direction of ladies of experience SPENClR,
f't Red and yellow Flannels, bald, still all see the propriety of making cnly added all the facilities for of Instruction M&'W'of Ciacill4t'i
it public Auction io the city of Tallahassee, (u the first to a tlwrongb <*nw -
'f Havana an Lottery! Opera Flannels of all color!. such AU application to the hair and scalp a! :cricu- day of January, 1856. the following named negroes which any similar Institution can offr. Ii I J' bf re Cml.D (reu dee

'.f' i;: ACADEMY> English aad Erench embroidered bnndi, lated to preserve it both in n perfect and healthy state. belonging to tha estate of Lewis il. Sannders, deceased will be seen by reference to our CaUlogne that nor whet 01 Suith, .) aj.-I l Lad on th Sutb,tart t.o o1''I'r,

: JASPER COUNTY Lace nnd linen C. handkerchiefs From the Editor of the Real Estate AJcirtisn 2 i ], viz : Abner, Kelsey Adam Aaron, L-izarus, rates both of Board and Tuition are lees than can be I lion ntttndrd witb. > a Ju1l11onar; COt,I" .

: LOT TERY. Emb'd Collars, Handkerchiefd and Underjlecvef, SchoolStreet.BOSTOX. PrisoPLi Mary George, Davy, and CL iborne. Also found elsewhere. Thin (fact in these times ff pecuniary duced me to a rote ,-1fistrhl-mg'akelelca aDd } ecn Rbich w-

0"t Embroidered Chemoisette and Collarettes, March 20'S, '. the land belonging to aid estate lying iu Leou: County prcsstiie, i i1l worthy the consideration of those having care or an ntle ptlraician iproL H altbongbtf..1tor \btt
[BT ACTUOKITY or TUB ITATK OP OBOBOIA.] Blue brown and green Veil Bar'-gca, Prof.'V ad: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely consUlint: of 1000 acres more or less. daughters to educate. to grow WM"I" and gavenp; al] 0 1 CII1ill\td: .

:. MACOK, GEORGIA. Black love Veils I quite gray, I was induced some weeks einrr. to The Negroes will be sold for cast, and the land for The Boarding Department[ will be ender the direction At ibis emI was pr..deg to' try Dr. Regera rffG'Ytn' Li!,,
: Thread Cotton and LiMB Laces make trial of your hair restorative. have used leis one third of the purchase monry in cash,nrvl the balance of President Alden and lady and of Prof.Caldwell enort nnd Tar whid entirely hal.
my t,1Ip And
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$80,000 I Cambric and Swiss edgings and Inicrtinjs, than two bottles but the gray hairs have all leap in three annual tilmenls thereat er, secured and lady. With rpaeiuusandcomfurtaLledornritortes restored me to perfect health, by tie u.* of a few lot

,.. :. CLASS H. Bobbet and Mantilla Laces I penned; and nltbough my hair Las not fully attuned\ by a mortgage on the property large and convenient closets, new mid, elegant ties. [Signed] ANN CHILD:

',t Colored Merinoes, its original color, yet the process of change is gradiallyijoing POLLING BAKER. furniture good and experienced servant, and tables -
.+ To 1 ba Dra .m etnbcr 1 5th, 1S5&. Curtain and Dress Calico, on, nod have great hopes that in a short time Special Master in Chancery. furnished with the best the market affords ; together

*?? : Embroidered Lace Curtail ray luir"iU Leas dark as formerly. I have also boon November 10, 18:,,. 45 with a wholesome yet parental dinciplioe, we hop to D1jK B
'; CAPITAL.$12,000.WILL White black and slate hosiery much gratified at the healthy moisture and \itfor of ----- increase the liberal patronage with which the College riCrtAtaaof Cinfinnati. /'

t '+:; be distributed arwrdmg the following White and black silk hoierj. the hair, which before was harsh and dry, nnd it lias Hides has hitherto been fuvorrd. it ... ._ neP. _. .mI, J Xrcl.OMfr asts.*
"' and unprecedented Sd me.in public It"J Tidies and Gents black and cord Kid Gloves, ceased to come out ns fonnerly. Tl F. X. FORSTER. ed to'.7..te that need Dr. !U>per Liverwort and Tat
1 Contort Hall Maoon Ga, under the the sworn superMtw Misses colored Kid Gloves Rcspectfully'ours, D. C:M. RUFF. i',ANTED in any qunntily, fir which the highest Stcntary Faculty. in Uw case (f CharIeR Wade who was quite low with;
T market price will be paid in cash groceries,
>d neenMofCoL George 1L Logan and Ju. A Indies and Gents buck and Kid l Gauntlets, CHICAGO, May 154.-I have used Prof. Wood'sllHJr EIlOOMEitHEIR.September or August 11. 1855. S2-tJanl PULMONARY: CON8UMPTION. witfc the ba pp led
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October -- --- t h'aid
13,1855. 41 -- ---- -- ----- -- ----- a er remrdiee bad baler]. '
Nebtt B llHJr IiestnraUve io a declJec rantnsc. It pn-cn\
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t.. I Notice to Contractors. :
1 Prize of. .112.000 the hair from coming out, gives it a gloss and softness -- ,.- .- -----,- [S gned] WM, RICHARDS M.D.

.."i: 1" ....... ... ........ ..... ... .J.OOO Great Land Sales. very desirable. The few gray hairs IlIad Lave Andrew S.Garr, et ui. } Leon Circuit. In Cban- OFFICE OF STATE E.NGINKKB, BUEJTAVISTA 1 The -

1" .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... ... .2.000 If pursuance of decree in Chancery, the undersigned entirely"disappeared. Others of my family have usedit r*. >eery. ORASOE MILL[ P. O, ST.JOHNS RIVER,Ftx. V 35" following w' written from THizabeltlown

ja 1" ...... ........ ... ... ... .... .1.000 I will offer fur sale, at the times and place! ,nnd concur with me in mnrnincu,"it all it professes Lorna Curtis, ft nl.'I J AUGUST 20rii, 1855. ) atwfactu KY-Y: Drleers'this Liverwort d Tarpw,-,??

e S .... .. ...?' OOare..2.500 herein designated, npwards of a million acres of land. to be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Areuue. IT appealing to the Court by nfndmit: male in this SEALED PROPOSALS will he received at this it, and m it place. Dr.tile HOWARD pr>br.

18. ;.......... 100 are........ .1,900 botides Iota in the City of Apalachicola and in the' E', that the follow ing named defendants in the the 20th day of August, 1856 for constructing pronounces E.0' :flf bei mrdie\uu.ia *,*.

1' .3 .. .......... 50 are..a' bo) Town of Newport, Florida the property of the O'APALACHICOLA PROF. WOOD'S ORIENTAL FKNATIVE i.iSTNT\T. above sure reside out of the State of Florida, and out a Canal with its nectssary appendages H.HATCRAJT, Den jdiu.

f: 1:10" ......... ... 28 are.. .. ..... .3,250 LAND CpMPANT;" viz: Such This Liniment is i valuable auxiliary to the !treatment of the Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the places ouch as Lift( Locke, Guard Locks, Basins fie from Rer H -
lit., 18 Approximation Prices. .. .... .. cost portions of said lance as lie in tho Counties r{Loon of some of the most formidable disease with hereinafter decimated, viz: Richard H.Ogdt n,AbelT Lake Ilurncy on the St. Johns to Indian River a distance [O, L 1tT W'SiVA'f.ratrict.OamIO'nltl.
". Waknlla and Oad dcn will be offered in Tnllnhacsee which it is our lot to contend; for instance: intL ama- Anderson and) Stephen Cambreleng,who reside in the of thirteen miles,3.410 feet ; authorized by the ty writesDr.. Rogers'Liverwort and Tar hat

,'. SSI Priaw amounting to $30,000.cacti Onlyll0OOO and on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER next tion of the lungs and bowels. By a thorough and continued State of New York ; Charles Black who resides in the General Assembly, of the State of Florida at its tension beenhe/ rteant oJsnorrbirg nut rife fwn. p'r/rrt.
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drawing
drawn at
,1' .. immlMra Xwy PrS:full- without d da tion. Order and that part which lies in Franklin County will he ] application of this Liniment over the regions of I State of l.ooi"ianCharlotte E. OenMea, George F. of 1854-5 by An Act entitled An Act provide lure graWl/I [SignedEST" ]- HENRY"IS N,

a paid wh confidential. dsa m Drawiwr, sent to orders. Regi offeree at ApaLicbicola on the FIRST MONO A Y IN the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseasesare I Geddes, Eric William Leslie Mary Margaret Leslie, for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements -

trietlr Bill all aolvent Banks JAXU AR1.1856. Throe lands lie on th*Gulf Coast, ftt once disarmed of more than half their terrors, Charlotte Cumming, Leslie, Eleanor Sinclair Leslie, in this State. 3fE.3ILatIRLArnatof Df nmark.Tenn,writ t:
':: i tred letter at my risk. on extend from the St.Marks to the Apalachicola Hirer, particularly] among children, nnd thousands of mothers Janet Ijfelie or Dunbar, Mary Leslie or Cameron Proposals will specify the amount for which the Dr. Rogcrs'Liurwort and Tar has met with great

at par. and include the Islands on snid coast. were they allowed to speak, would with all the Helen Leslie or Brown,Margaret Van MarIe or Biscoe. work will be done the mode and manner in which SUCWM. A young man of this place,supposed bv T-
f 1 25.
Whole Titkats |5; Halves >*2 60 F.: Quarters WINTER. The terms will be one,third cash the reminder eloquence of feeling nUll affection, bear their united William Leslie Inabnch. Helen Cummin Imbacb and payments are to be made,whether in lands or moneys cry one to Le in the lust ttaft of I CmnmjHi'ox II 1

;, Addma JAMES aiana erDfaaon Oa.D in equal i instalments of one and two years, with interest testimony to the fact that it has snatched their} children Margaret St. Clair Black who reside in' Europe; and or portion of each. Maps, Profiles nnd estimates m w as entirely cured l by its aFet J !f [fSirimn

i',, { from day of sale. from the very jaws of death} and restored themto Walker Anderson, who resides in the Western Circuitof be i seen at this office. and any information obtained by DAVID JIERRl WEATHER, l** &,/.

.h,. ._, e mber 1.1855. -8 For property purchased at these sales, the scrip ot their former health and beauty. Again it will be Florida. addressing the undersigned at Orange Mill Post Of ,
-- the Apalachicola Land Company, owned by Stockholder (found }powerful auxiliary iu removing what is generally It is ordered that said defendants do appear and Mice St. John's River Florida." Proposals will also tN" }fa. H. E. DRAKE, Den ggu t. of Sonia, O,

A. B, CLARKE, or their assignee, will be received in paymentat known us an Afire Cake or an enlargement; of answer the bill of complaint filed in this case, that is be received for constructing a Rail Road over the states :-A gentleman of my aeqoaiotancB, who wa
.., its relative value. the spleen,indeed in all cases where the external] application to say the said abovw named defendants who reside same ground. F- L DANCY. apparently in the lust ttagt t1lOff,1l'ltptiolt11".

MERCHANT TAILOlf, JOHN BEARD Receiver, tc., Jc. is of service, this Liniment will be found Ufe- out of this State but in the United\ States, within four State Engineer State of Florida. restored to pet ted health by the 8M of Dr. Rngrra

RBADV MADE CLOTHING ANDGKTTLBKEX'S Jnlv 14,1855 tf-28 ful. months from the publication of tLis order; the de- Augur 31,1855.Leon 35=ly Liverwort and Tar. The cure was a most extraordinary
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ix CSy The Sales above mentioned are postponed un mop. wooi/s VEGETABLE ),\G1L LIFE TILL 4.Bussrlatn fondants above named who reside in Europe within cue
FURXIBHIXO GOODS.NOW til further notice. May 30/],3. Prof. O.J. WOOD:-Dear nine months from the publication of this order and County Iron Works, -

receiving.at the well known old stand tort *** The Florida Sentinel Wakulla Times and the Sir:-As we have used nnd seen u, ed for a number the defendant who Hides in the Western Circuit TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. C2T. Da, Wiuox (o" Old &6001 Phy Ai dan f

,,, occupied by Clark t Stillman. a general Apalnchicula Commercial Advertiser will publish till of years, your Vegitablc Magic life fills, we are prepared within tvru months; provided that publication of this Establishment i is now in full operation. All high the family Handing.Patriot of ,}0,.writei :-I have ben
notified to discontinue.IN" to recommend them to the puLlic as superior order be made once a a eck fur the time above limited 1"HIS physician WUeroan for' twelv
ortmentof ReadyMadeClothiugFuniiehtag will be attended
to and
a Superior "! .with promptness, years and dunng that time she has suffered with
diseased
Goods Clolhs, Cassimeres, Vestings, &c, com- to all others and infallible: in the cure of the diseases for the appearance of the fent'anU' nLove named all work done with neatness and dispatch.All lungs, which finally] willed info PULMONARY

poted in part of the following articles: Ji w 23OO33LJ3. for which they nre recommended: who rteidrin the United States, and once a month for kinds of work such as Stel\mW'ork, Mill Work CO.N SUMITION 1 ill r r She was eured I
entirely the
by
B. B. Leach A. B. Pati B. I). Alhro. P. Jacobs the period above limited for the of the
,
appearance '
Fine Black Drew Frock Coats. : Giu Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, ore of Da. Ro EE8 LIVTRWORT AnD TAa I III.
Breasted Frock nnd from New York n Orin Biizzi-1 Spencer Su.,f-11, Edward Gilber, John deft-nd-mta above named who reside m Europe.AT .
"Black and Cord Single RECEIVING .. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Brass R. WILSON f. D.
Business Coat. /JJ of BOOKS, sins ]!]tiro, Lucien B. Sweet, ]alas R. Sweet John IIn"II-1 CiUMtiiua.; Castings, Ac; also Sugar Kettles, of any size kept ,
M Fancy Casaimere do. do. do bracing every department of litera raft Nathaniel!l Gilmore,James If.I'inc,11'ur. Johnson I J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. conatantlv on hand. All work done in cticb establishment IT IS A POSTIYE FACT,

Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats. ture. In ;jHistory. the work of lIume, Rollin, (Jil> Johnson( Williams, G. Lawson, C. Farrar, D. Landers.PKOF. March 10. 1855. 4m 1 rn Nov. 10 will: be done by iw, with a particular regard to Tl.at wherever Dr Rogers'Syrnp of Liverwort std

Black Doeskin Pants. bon, Robertson"ilcCauly, Thicrs, Allison Prescott i Woon:-Dear Sir:-]llnung und, and ex- the strength and durability of the work. : Tar bus been introduced l. it i ruperMding nr" other

Fancy and Col'd Cawimere Pants, Bancroft and Ilildreth, with School Histories: to suit I terieuced the effects of your Vegetable Mn;,ic Life XC\f Establishment 1 I in Tallahassee. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up Cough Mwlicine before the public. This is wholly ow.

Black and Fancy Silk Vests, all ages. In Philosophy. Abercrombie, Palcy Blake, I fills in my family] I will way that as a family medicine \- lIE Suliscribera would re pcct Engines. fiG ing to it* truly wonderful medieial Tirtnea. .

Fancy Velvet do. I Phelps and Lardner. In Mathematics, Day, Davies, they cannot be valued too highly. I Lave used ; rl fully announce to the citizens of Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for BE WARNED IX
Emerson Smith and nnd the SEASON!!!!
clr,. CM*. do. Cashmeres, Bail'y; poetical works of them in several bilious attacks and intlamations and Tallahassee, Florida and the adjoining cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this

.,' White Maraailles do. D. B. Shakspenre Jonson, Milton, Dante Tm,:a, Pope I will llny that their virtues cannot be too highly ap- I Counties of Georgia, that they have opened a lase Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and And neglect not that cough whi h M daily wwlminjr -

-ALSO- Thompson. Cowper, Wadsworth. Motliwcll, Burns predate, for in every cane they} have speedily triumphed I CLOCK AND WATCH Shop on Monroe Street, BraN.I your constitution, irritating your throat and lung
A CM assortment Shirta.Collars, CrAvat Black, Hood. Coleridge, Shelly, Keats, Young Hebrr. Pol over disease, nud hence I fuel in duty bound two doors below McDoogall's Book Store, where they All letters must be addressed (post paid) to awl) inviting on that dread dieeaeeCoasumptionwhen

.. Wb U and Colored Eld and Silk Glove self adjust- lock Grey, Byron, Scott, Moore, Campbell. Ornblw, to recommend them to all. They operate perfectly will be ready at all times to do every description of I J. M. SHINE Tallahassee Fla. so wxithing and Healing a remedy ean be obtained as

io< Stocks Cotton aod'Meriao U Under-shirts Jeans, Southev.'Gold'amiih, Tsppcf.:: KfetnaflS Landon, Bry- cn y, producing no uneasy sensation, yet their opera- work in their line. Chronom ter Duplex Patent Lever I M/lrch11.1854. 10Notice. Dr Rogers Syrup of Liverwort and Tar.

Drawers <) &. Cotton, an* Lisle Thread | ant, Willis and Longfellow; Longfellow's Poets of Europe ion' n thorough; aJI am Hali 6ed that notl+in bin more Cylinder and common Vertical Watches repaired Beware of CotmUxfciU and BAM Imitation

r gate mite and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs; all ; Poets, Poetry and I'rose Writers of America, most cases is necessary than these valuable pills, at the shortest! notice; also jobs and Clocks of every The

;fir of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms by Oriswold; Compendium and Cyclopedia of Eng, to perform a speedy aud triumphant ct1r. K-Bciiptluii., "Ry chic nttcotion to-bu" Ithl'v are undersigned Executor ef the last Will and the engraved genuine article b arouad*ign d each ADIW b ttl .Ro ,OD

,., and warranted good aa offered in this Market. lish Literature, by Chambers and Cleveland gether Respectfully Yours. Lr. determined\ t'tat none hall ya atcay dimatixfit'd? TilE .' (nt of John Cook, deceased. late of Leon Price. $1 per wrapper bettle, or six bottles- for fS. SoH
Call sod*T mirw. !.with the complete works of Smollett, Fielding. Scott, J. B. SAXG Eft. N. B. Good work Horse aud Buggy for sale at t Cmonth's County, notifies all persons having demands againstsaid wholesale and retail by SCOVIL Ii MEAD
Cooper Irving Dickens nnd Bulwer, and all the novels O. J. WOO J CO., credit.
Nov mW10, 1855. 45 estate to presen the same to him duly authenticated 113 Cbartres St. bet. Conti and St Ix ni .N. OrbftM.SOLI .
*
of recent publication. In Medicine, tho works of Proprietors 095 Bro llway, New York. J C. HALL d CO. within the time presented l by ]law or this notice Aorrrs ro. THE Socrniax Buns to whom
Notice. Met ls, Griffith, Dunglingsoti. Miller Rannbottom 114 Market Street, St. Louis. March 24, 1655. tf 12lionnet
will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; and 11111 all orders and applications fur be ad- ,
Wilson Cburchhill. 'nter. Royle,De wees,Hooj}>er, D. H. Ames, Agent Talluhasaee, I'la. ---- --- .-.- those indebted are requested to make payment imme dressed Agencies nxnst '
A LL person* having demands against the estate of Gunn Elierle Ewell, La Roche and "+nulie ; Rraithwaite's Febrnary 1<. 1855. 6 Rounds.
William Lafbon late of Leon deceased, diately. THOMAS J. ROBERTS, Executor. C3T For sale at all the Drug Stores TaI1ab.aAe.Ald
OJL County Retrosptst.pemi-annuiilly Autbon and Bullion's -- -- ---- ----- --- colored straw Bonnets m
that the must them to the W. EVANS LADIES November 17,1855. 8w-46 at one Agency iu Town in the South.
.. Trill take notice y present Classical Series, Latin, Greek and French Grammar, JOHN colored straw trimmed Bonnet every
within the tim pmcribed i by law, or this Angnst 25. 18aS. 83 6ra
.
vodenigned and every article in stationery line, Gold and Steel ATTOIINKY AT LAW Jain" Notice. ---
notice will be plead in bar of their recovery; and all Pens, Letter, Cap and Fancy and Note Paper with black Most
BAIMIRIUCK, f.r.o Approved Corn Mill in Fse.
notified to months afler dAte the administra
indebted to said estate ara undersigned
persons kerebjr Envelopes to suit. Blank Bunks, comprising Ledgers, white satin and silk SIX
attention nil business
to
mate immediate payment to*fin undcraiffnrd.LWSQB.A Journals Record, Cash Invoice; and 1 Pass Books, Diary WILL give prompt en black de bonii lion of the estate of Jonathan G. Pad- 1 AA OF the most approved LANIER CORN
P. LAFFOON, Adm'x. ; of' Cases Portfolios to his care, in the Counties Thomas, (lextrasizc) rick deceased, late of Leon Coumy will exhibit his ly\J MILLS for sals by the Snbseriber. The+e
56
Banking Paintings. Har.per' Children] and Jlisses "
.1; Ortobtr !'f, 1BW 8w-4S. Magazine received monthly by mail and yearly Decatur Baker, Daughcrtv, Calhoun tr.Eiirlv and Clav. a u u straw" final acccuut and vouchers to tLe Judge of Probate of Mills ]have been for some time io use through this region
subscribers solicited. J. JfcDOUGALL. February 171855. 7 sale Hats. Leon County and ask to be dischargedH. and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect satisfaction
For DAVID
.; t STORING AND. SHIPPING BUSINESS November. 10, 1855. 45 LONG & tiALBRAITH, October 13.by 1855. 41 C. WILSON. T. BLOCKER. Adui'r de bout n011.July. grinding with .ease 401 bushels and ,the riM
in the with less than the
+ 211855. 29-6m day ordinary pro power applied
,." AT JJEWTORT.pHE ATTORXRVS I.TALLAJLSioJEE FL.l .\. _. to it. The maker famishes hand it i
AT AGENCY -"- -- a to put ap;
Circular Saw Mill Agency. OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO P7 B. B O K A W' B.&FS .
: carries the above business K and
ondrraigned still on A. LONG A J. B. G.ALBRAITII have nssooi- every one warranted to give perfect lat.fattioa.c.n
;",'" JL in aU its brancbea. Buildings well calculated for THE undersigned has the agency for the sale of 'I. ated themselves in the 1 practice of Law. They THE undersigned. Agent of the above Company LIYERY SALE STABLES and examine them at D. LAD D'S.
dew teh'w D. LADD. Hemck'e Improved Creultr Raw MilIlI receive application for and make hisurance 21 1855.
agoh s. ;; will attend! the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the}, Supreme April 16
t Newport September 2, 854. 35 eoueietirag of three sizes f"r 42, 48 and 52 or 54 inch Courts and the District Courts of the United against lofs by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

r" Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use States at Tallahassee.Office Furniture Merchandize, tc. -- --- Carriages, Buggies, and Harness,
January 29, 1853. 4 B. C. LKWIS. Io- 'I' '
I"rvprktor--.ald
Bacon Bagging &c. having several improvements over the PatTe" or :mjulber opposite the Court Houso. .TUJ his friends and the For Sale 6y P. B. Brokaw
Patent in use. The cost is about >$300; ?S50.
TUSTmtlvwl per latest arrival from Nw Oitl and f450 for various siz i,according to extra carriage October 28. 1654. ly For Sale. public, that he has rebuilt his, THE SuUcritxu- baa just raeerved a

lean and 1 New York following articles which Ac. For further particulars apply to MITCHELL & STEWART i IIE undersigned offers for sale his Dwe1I large ill ick Stables, at the old stand, and u now rj large supply of Carriag

,. they bffcr at the lowe cash prices: DANIEL LA DO. I illi"].ling House ard 50 acres of laud south of prepared to accommodate Lii friends and customers. Buggies and Harness wlich ha offfrs
Fla November I Tallabavce the Belle Air Road. The He also has attached to his Stables a good Black. for sale on the most reasonable terms.
15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales a"rag. Newport, 3, 1855. 44 ATTORNEYS AT LAW on
", 20 Bbl. Flour, 15 Ps.Sea Island do. House has six large rooms, well finisb'd;01'the premises smith Shop where he will have have done all,kinds of November 18, 1854. 46

SO C.. Ripe 10 Bbls. Whiskey, JASPKK, HAMILTON COUNTY, I'LOE111At is n substantial out Kitchen and good water.*- Plantation work. Horse shoeing wad Carriage work in

500 Ibs.Twine,. 10 Db1a.HeM Pork. WM. M. LAWTON & CO., WILL practice in all the Courts of the Middle, 'The property will be offered on very reasonable the very best manner and with promptness and dis DR. MILES H. NASH ,

t J 16' KtpXafe, SEX I8LA>'D COTTON FACTOHR, in Columbia and Alachua iu the Eastern terms. Thisis one of the most desirable locations in patch. OFFERS IIIS PKOTISSIOXAI t iXBVlCM TO TBX CHUKJ 9VT
RICHARDSON
.1.' N4t1'poat;fktubrr 1" 1855. *3 No. 13 Southern Wharf, Dfa-cb 2-t, 1855. tf 12A."PERRY Slur+Jr, next door to D. IL Ames' Drug Store. Wines Syrups &c. .
,
WHITE.July
-- -- -- - ---- THOMAS
Churl43a>9tton, loo. Ca.WsL with Dr. M.iuhimm.qaitJr Mstef AM
AMAKER Otard Brandy Worcestershire Sauce.
28.
'' LAWTOX R. WAINWRICHT BACOT 14,1855. OLD
:.. For Charleston. Port Fresh Lobster e.
; W. M. TUNNO LUTK. JoflEPH T.11,1855.DILL, WIVBOEX LAWTO.V, Ju. f YTOI3J V AT LA WI, --DR.---II.-N. GARDNER, Madeira, "Shad: May 19 1655. 20T.
August
4 Packet Brig- -Tiroea." ahortly expec- 4m32Maufactured T TALLAHASSEE FLA. his professional services to the citizens Sherry Clams J. M. "ICUll! :. rtXTCHXB 'BnAXB>
.' THE to arrive. Will loll early io Novem- May 21. 1853. 20 OFFERS and surrounding couutry. Officeat London Porter, Hallibut,
Tobacco. _. ._ .__ __ Scotch Ale Sardines, RICHARDSON & WHITAKER,
bar. k'ur Freight at Passer. pply to tLe Parronnge. '
.1. s Mc'4AIfOHT & ORMOND I SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands D. P. HOLLAND, September 29, lS5:. 3Hides Brandy Peaches, Tomatoe Ketchup. Receiving and Forwarding Merchants

: Newport' October,13,1 858. 41 Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco on consignment ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Brandy Cherries, Walnut.
again this season, 100 Boxes now o the way out- quincy Florida Wanted. Guava Jelly, Spices, ,
,
Merchants will do well to hear thi in mind, and it i Currant do. Pickles, NEW PORT, FLA.
h, : = Just Rec lved. in the Courts of the Middle Cir BEEF HIDES Wanted for wtlidlt1IC
will be sold lower than same quality can he laid down WILL practice OOO Preserved Quinces Raspberry Syrup 4th, 1855. XI
I f wi.l be Alto Deer August
time and of Jackson and Franklin Counties. highest price paid. Pears "
for from usual markets, and on to Strawberry
die Orleans good :
R. P Nea : par
Per :from
XYm. ties. DANIEL> LADD. I Octo 'r 23, 1852. 42 tf and Otter skin!. DAVID WILSON.. Ginger, Lemon .
Notice.SIX ]
j Len Pine Apples, Guava and Newport, August 4,1855. 31 II I Tallahassee, September 29. 1855. :S'JBlacksmithing. Sparkling Gelatine, Ginger .
OBANOE3.Jalliaa Prima Dean Sardines, Pick. I WILLIAM SCOTT, Flavoring Extracts, Pine Apple 1 M months from date the nadenigaed admialstra

y lalOyetere: Braady Pasties. l'reMrTed Lomons.Orangea. 'RICHARD T. BiEcnrrr. CHARLES w.BIRCHETT nawIlYai.n X144G3!@i7 tA lf' l6 W Spanish i Olives Salad Oil, on the estate of William Thompson,deceawd-
of Leon will exhibit her final and
w Plea AppUa and Ginger Gree Gage MarmaUa .. ""- JJ'''ii g ATTACHED to my Livery English Mustard Capers, late County account
*. x.-'8ynap. Raapterr da. Strawberry & DOWHINO, MONTICKLLO, FLA. i Blacksmith Shop Claret Sparkling Cider, vouchers to the Judge of Probate for said Conaty

._ ._ d, tae Apple de, and Oinf do. Raspberry Vinnr. ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS July M, 18.r:. _ 80___ 1 1 fan ,, iu which all kinds'of work appertaining Tobacco. Old Port Juice and ask to be discharged. '
4, freak Salmoo. Lobsier. Haddock Hallibat and I to that business is done in good style at short Havana Segars D. H. AMES. LUOY THOMPSON, Achnmistntrk.
.> Aavirtcd Pttklea, Seoteh Ala and Porter. NO. 490, Seventh !!trc>cf, I Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. notice, and on as reasonable terms as at any other November 11. 1855 45 September 29, 1855. 89- m_

WASHINGTON 1 A A BOXES Window Glass assorted sizes 100 shop in the city. Farming implements, such as Turn -

.. 20.OOO 1 HRTOM> C.-a.. before the CTY.Wn.L of Claims, and IU U Keg White Lead .pure, extra t No. 1. Ploughs, Scooter. Rods, devices, Heel Pius, Tap Copartnership Notice.undersi'gn Notice.

,. D. H. AMES. practice before Cour B barrels Linseed Oil, ]Rings and Iron Wedges kept ready made nnd constantly months from data, the nnderngned vdmmistra-
aud
the into
Congress several d have this entered a co- SIX
day
May II, 1855' il prosecute 6 "bard Oil on hand. This will afford farmers on opportunity TIlE on the estate of William L,Thompson deceased

Departments.28 1855. 20 Kt-ga Ziuc Paint, to supply themselves without being delayed. in theWHOLESALE ,late of Leon County; .ill exhibit bit final as-
Hardware Cutlery, Guns Nails, July 8 20 packages Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and i M>ls.) P. B. BROKAW. AND RETAIL count and vouchers to.th4 Jodg of Probate for said

Shovels, &c.THE 2 barrels Train Oil 1 bbl. Copal Varnish, January 13.1855. 2 CB.UGattSXNmSS f r County,and ask to be discharged. '
JOHN R LLOYD Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retail.D. JACOB ELIOT;Admbbtntor.;
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SubMribtn invite UM atteoUoo of Merchants II. AMES. Notice. UNDER TUB NAMM AND STYLE OF I am
a
If. Yore to their atoek of goods embracing September 29, 185. _
Auctioneer November 11,1854. 45 months after date undersigned Executor of BARNARD & MAXWELL.
a eonplcta varwtj to the !bows line, particularly L -, -- .. SIX Estate of John S.Shepanl.lutecf Leon County Boots and 8hotns .

Adapted to th* Southern trade, whicb .yore Commission Merchant and Cotton Broker, Notice.ALL deceased will present his accounts and vouchersto THEY will be plowed to des their Ed Jenny L $nekine. I
prepared to Mil at Joy prices for Cash or approvedCredit. the Judge of Piobate for said County and asked to and patrons at the old stand LADIES .* ,
TALLAHASSEE claims and demands against it Ties.
t31'OW 8MA KT, FLORIDA, persons having of E. Barnard,Jr.vign of the Mortar,corner I
b
dweharirud. M
; itS_Pearl Bt.aod 94 WaUr St, New York. now to attend to all kinds of sales, Real estate of George W. Mastin deceased kite ROBERT H. GAMBLE, of Monroe and Clinton streets where N walkiflg Boo a, JIf
IS
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:1 ODe" J 18 5. m Estate pepre, CttD. Furniture, etc., also the of Gadsden County, are hereby notified to present Executor. they will keep a full and general assortment of arti Black cloth,OaiUra.Pruoell ., ,
them to the nndenigned administrator duly authenticated Buakioa
>t hiring of by p and public sale. His 1856. 89 Glee appertaining to their line of business,and solicit ,
Nee 2Q. '
within the time by law, or this notice ptcmber w Calf Nr
DR. LEWIS, friends take due notice and govern prescribed the patronage of their friends and the public. '
Ibomtelvea : will bo pleaded in i>ar of their recovery; and all : Booteet; ,
CO.
NASH At
MILES E. JR
DENTIST ardinly. BARNARD. ,
+ RESIDtNT o'clock. persona indented to said estate are requested to make alma pegged
I TALLAHASSEE,FLAJiAIS .Ario days- a SauNy.l1 payment immediately. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &..c.A TROUP MAXWELLFehruary r u N J:1i. B Brogtnt
27.165. 1, ((4.) 1854. 5 .
now inaerting Artificial Teeth on the A.K. ALLISON, AdmV. \7"OULD inform their friends and the public that caltBootl
MW, and im Pro Ted principle] with November, 1855. 8w-44 Land assortment of such II r .ed
R. BERRY T T they have on a good A. L. FISHER, as aterproof Boots
QOUI gmna from one aide to the : articles as are generally kept in their line of business
r.1tB'eo/wca' or eraet laYing DO place for the Auctioneer and Commission Just Received on Consignment, nnd will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. u tewed and pegged whoa,

1 NoodJ daeMby readeriarg them perfectly i inr.l j f\f\ BOXES Tobacco, Pure Virginia, put up terms shall be reasonable. TALLili.aasx,FLA.., Boys i calf peggedBoo4 dlia: and. B Bregany ,
WIbe; a eootoor or the face, I MERCHANT.TALLAIIAMXZ JLvl" for the trade for'sale on libe- tli,185S' 14. kip P gg.
expressly Tallahassee, April
ArtMUoo.i Ba vill !!tend to all *.llsbJQdaU I '" ILL practice in the Court of the! Middle Din N M UDboancII
eo as to 4U* Fla, 29, 1855. 39S. ral terms by B. 8. KNIG HT. -
Wooda rFa >6Ua. Thoaa wisiine Fall Set October 13,1855. 41 SNUFF AND TOBACCO.( "f trict,and in Thomas County, Ga tech fancy !tills.slip jtra, .

M tUcanobtab U n eaearT luformaUon by otter.t' 'S. KNIGHT- gs Office in the Capitol, 2d story, immediately Goat and calC It

$. will wanant; ift.Wf shttatoe, atittacGoq and' Wanted to Purchase" PETER LOlilLLARD over the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. M Patent leather chose

price to lultHra> t eetr'"TtaatGuh, or when called AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION MERCHANT July 21, 1855. &-ly r eV&J V>p Gluten

1M. ; uotun. J70UR likely Negro boys, from 12 to 15 years of NO" 4 a, CHATHAM STREET;NEW YORK.SUCCESSOI8 --- --- Child! wools tie Shot.I.&ad aChiUU -.. .
; Blank cloth Oa ,
la u".H. tsA .__ T.LI I? age Apply tff 8.8.-KNIUHT. of'PETER AGKOMS Loaiu-uu>> HENRY M. CRANE, and M M .
'! .' 8pUmbcrl,18C5, Obi September 8,1 BBS. 88Juat all kinds SNUFF and TOBACCOS t91T3 Plantation AiiMetvWoroana

a E8H.G DENl lZD.S. i in general use. For particulars, n 1'rirr Currtrt KSTeliEioxx. eft Oo kip pegged Bniktm,

'lot H.\I."_, f. 1'_ :GROWTH-OP IBM; rn : ,- For/ sale.BACKSBALT ". 'Received on Consignment, can be obtained by,addressing as Ittx\'e. This establishment HOUSE "/ M Bodtea 1 1AU
.m fisst rate order by LARG&lotoUla.eoo( Flour Whiskey' ,which id ono of the oldest of the kind iu the furled CLOTHING or..bicbwi1l bo tald low bf C. wi1soY;
) .' .- P( ". k 500 A' will bo solo krw for ah. YDa Dek11D ,
,. -T ''_ 8..S. KMGHT. by. tj ti.KNll; 'I11: State. 18 COTRTIAMI ANDlO DESUP'fS.Jaw [. .
n _' i'.S -' ,d-... .. .'" HI,A J. : i 1 185, air OdoLcr; lei. ttt/it} 41 F Ii, 1655. 7-ly nl October Io, 16i5. tl'r
4th 1855.
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