The Floridian & journal
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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 22, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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... r-llYJA1rEs s. JONES. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA DECEMBER 22, 1855.. . 4 VOLUME Vu-NO. _5t.

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:A STATEMENT t1. To the Editors of the Boston Post 'I Tribute of Respect to the late Honorable A Bird's eye View.A The Barefooted Printer Dot; .:r'-5 '

Enclosed you will please find a Isaac II. lirtnson .and Honorable correspondent of the Boston We"wish the subjoined 'art'clo! ; extracted If.|
or the Gross aDd Ndtmount Q if Rerrnue or the State for the Year 1855, which I think contains many wholesome Thomas Douglas. Washington! ,.

truths nnd which interest Post furnishes tho following interesting items : from a northern papr, coold! nfteet the eye of ;
-- may some of the The Bar of West Florida. in accordance

(Published accordinglo Act ofihe General Assembly.) numerous readers of your journal. By giving with a previous call, met to take measures indicative Mr. Humphrey Marshall of Kentucky, is very little boy who: I i, 4hreadng: our

-===--- i it a place in your columns you will confer a of their( respect for the late Judges I II doing his best to defeat tho election of Gen. streets in. idleness arid frivolity, and* inoculate -

=-- II HEYEXUE. II AUCTIONTAXCOUNTIES. I'' LICENSE TA.X. favor on .1 Si'B minE2. I Bronson! and Douglas. Cullom, (as Clerk,) and proclaims the eternal l him with Mmc'('(tbo spirit that animated -

----- Uncle Benjamin's Sermon, The meeting was organized and the lIon. political destruction of any Southern man the little friendless boy, Simon Camoro'n'
I CROSS. .TT. I Gn.o$s. St.TI'. Gaos NE'IT. who votes for him. His election, says Mr. (
V Not hour. I ln-ard Undo Tenjainin orablo} J. J. Finley, Judge of the Western
I i many ago '
!I ------------ -_ :Marshall, would be a rebuke! to a Southern It is a short story of a distinguished citizen
-t j discussing! this matter; to his: son, who Circuit, was called to the chair and J. F. Me-
1256. 53 $2374 16\ $1S9 501 fl738 03 constituency for defeating a man for Congress of P Pennsylvania! ft t flows :
15.2 16 1432 \ III 63 S 11 05 980 931 48 was complaining of pre.-sllre. C'KII.iii: appointed Secretary.

Elll'AIDLiA..J.... 4 5 18 42167[ I I ',' Rely upon it, Sammy' ," said the old man, I After appropriate remarks by Gen. Milton when who betrayed Southern their man interests in Congress at an should hour Some thirty yeorj ago, a barefooted boy

G'J 558 00. I ad he leaned on!) his s-tailj: with his giey locks Jl 11J(1 Hon. leo. S. Hawkins, committees wercnppoint"l every f floa'ed down the Siisquehannab river on an
asbingtou..d 25 86 183 3J I IJackson. I j have stoort! up for tho Nebraska bill. This. humble raft and arrived Pa.
} ; ) t loving in the breeze of a May morning ; mur- j:1 to report Resolutions! suitable to at Harrisburg,
.. .. : 80 4.H 6 VO I 18, 233 00 21 35 I opposition of Mr. :Marshall is calculated to
.. .. the I lie l came from the Norb-and
\ MI' I I inuring pays no bills. I haw been an obvr i iI i ( ()cea.-ion. following were reported belonged ,tt. a
.. ."rtt:1rn. I I ennVar Mr.! Cnlh.m still the anti-
... ... .. : tl.-! chairman oi i stronger to l with all .
CaIh4OTh. l hv ": peciive the large family, bs-worMfy tied
2313 621 224 79 ver times tbe.e fifty and I never1) committees/ 1 goods
okliD. .. .. ... .: :>188 77 935 73. ; many yearn ; Nebraska' North, and bendit instead of
450306'' 14 1348 676 50 6-U 68 I nian out of hole cursing'8, were unanimously: concurred in. i mny u;> in A littlepocket handkerchief.: lie sought
r.rd.d .... .. .. . 61'8 04 saw a helped a by I:
.. !1G3.. 1" Q"I"7 4-1 118 1"1 112 211 513 00 487 35 h his horses Be as ijniet as von can, for 1I0th-\\ "Whereas: du ing the past Fiimmcr, the 'i injure Lis pro !Jt'cts. :I and obtntiipd i employment in a printing officer
L.00..1. .19'' 13 12 {j' ..0 .. .. Honorable Isaac I II. Bmnson I!! Mr. :"lumjihcry :Marshall. I may nay, is
t)437 225n hath I From
::: ::=;::::1. .'",u 0'1 35 .,...." v..1 t 5g gR. 213 73f '5 IU 5''' ivjuui a ino'ing( .narrow been sum- the leader as an apprentice. an apprentice to a
(emphaticar oftlie Southern Know-
,f :1tladi80n.; .. ... .. ..: 419 t)8 3904 03 28 00 273 M discontent harrows the mind. Mattel* arej'j ironed from among U<:, we, the members of' 1 1I j journeyman j; : from a journeyman to a reporter V
, 1\59: 90 1233 81 839 60 322 62 bad, I acknowledge, hut no nicer is any better : (tlu l Dar of the Western Circuit of Florida, |I :Nothings! and l.is opinion is entitled to great :I | then to an editor; the barefooted printer

Jbmilton.\. \.. S74 69 2665 GI 487 4' 4&3 10 for fingering.: '' The more von groan, the ; 'cannot permit such an event to pass unnoticed i I|I weight. Ho says that the Democrats of the 1 I |boy worked hU way against: obstacle which

\L Alitchw'.. ... ... .:. iO r turn. I .poorer 3-011 grow.R(1U1i1g I 'or unmaiked, without attempting a suitable i! [House have, by their nomination of such a |t the. struggling poor only kno'.,.. The "
3966 5.>; 3712 viII 1957 liO 1859> 68 I I perse.v.'ring -
I and, man as Mr. Richardson, and the ardent ,
Du'.al..1 II :It looses is only putting ; appropiiatc tribute to his. man. follower in Franklin's
1127 36 IOU :: peppPlinto memory as a i> steps began! to
.. 1622 82 148046'I: J t>5 00 52 21)) a sore cy('. Crops Mil! fail in all Ioil?, 1' man: a citizen and a Juii<-t. In all the -c va- i!'.! ner in which they have stood 1 up for him,. I I realize the fruits of hit: patient toil and privation.

:1'utO\U1.1.. H52 "21 132066' I 46:; 00 411 5Or&rge. and we HW: be thankful .hat we hare not a j lious rda'iOIl*, he frtood pre-eminent ; kindncsS j 1 made their next President, and that Kentucky i The young piiant became Printer to
.. .. .. .I 428 (J 370 famine.. Besides, I always took notice that ; benex'olence and: hospitality ;public spiritj'entcrpiise will vote for the I Democratic) candidate.Mr. the State, and by frugal
V 306035 I 28<129.! I 1\\ 170 00 I 161 50 I Haven of New York his management was -
by in
ll\ri n..1!. 3S2 M 3' 1)5 whene.er I felt the rod pretty !smartlv, it visas and paliioti.-m: ; justice, learning, course soon enabled to accomplish: the object dearest

o return. I I' much as to say, Here is something which j and independence were the attributes of a i voting on every ballot for some northern man to LU heart-tli,? establishment. of his

f'u..pter.'l. 288 15 2411erAfld :14.II 1 .I I, I you have got to learn.' Sammy don't forget :j character, over which was shed the addition;j instead of the choice of the southern know. mother in a home above want-in the -

/).. ... ... I 1023 3.. 917 08 ;13 :) SO :5 M that your schooling is not over yet, though i al! lustre of the serene and pure light of chiistiuiiity :: {,1 nothings, has blighted the prosppcts of Mr. of every other: comfort she could desire.posession

lJi11l\borougb..J .1357 9-1 1158 20j 55> 80 81 75 77 you ha\ea\\5fe and two children." I and religion. I IlliAoiccd Fillmore/ in the south for the next Piesidenry.Mr. lbs brothers wore his next care, and..:lite

} :i'o return 2'' tQ-t :a: i'i! !) 81' Aye," cried :.Sammyou may say: that, I : That we most truly and sincere i 1 Haven, it is known, occupies the position I :Napoleon, he bad a strong arm with which
.::::. .:::.:::: 1315 19 Hgl 1953 00 185535Brrvnrd. ''of the hand of Mr. to
1\\ and mother-in-law and two into l ly lament the loss the right man -in aid
a : them
No return. apprentices : community, the Bench -an i indpmitable .
.. ... .. .. \1 deed perseverance noth
time the takes snuff the other
Dade, . .'. ... .. 11\0 return. the bargain, and I should like to knowwhat and the State have sustained by the death of every one ing could long successfully obstruct. .In a
1 learn here when the I Judire! Bronson, and that sneezes. At one time be was considered a I few
a poor man can our -t'elll for him I years, they top, with bis sisters in
T. w. BREY..um, Compliollcr.ConoLLEs scholars and in life j i national man, and was strong in theLaffections I were
) greatest lawyers are at logger-j was fully commensurate/ with our present j dependent of the world ; the once barefooted
OrncE, TALLAH.8EE December 1st. 1855. heads and can't fur their his of the people of the south, but his opposition I
lives tell<< what has' regret at decease He will ever be j'.i printer boy was in the posession of affluence
become of the hard money." I' remembered as the able and pure Jurist, inluenced ; to tho Nebraska }bill l and his present course surrounded by a young and affectionate faraily. .
STATEMENT OF BALANCES DUE BY SL'XIi\Y OFFICERS, 1ST DECEMBER, 1855V Softly, Sammy, 1 am older than you ; I I ( by no weaknesses partialities, only :;i in voting for on no one ballot for !Mr. Marshall II I He did not stop here. Ha was th.
j or from the
man south has confirmed I
have not got these! gre\ hairs and tlii- crooked contemplating the parties before him, as I'! any friend of the friendless, the patron of meiit,
; -- back without some burdens. I could tl'1I(111 they were contemplated by Justice herself. suspicions of the southern know-nothing-: I and the of
(Publl1zcd according Act of Gcncral AsscmUy.) {; of his unsoundness. The result is that encourager industry. lIe rose in
stories of the days of continental Firm he !shrank from some I honor and
/ uiorwvlieti / > no responsibility ; j office, until ,tho
poor, barefooted
of them openly proclaim that :Mr. Haven has
my grandfather iis ed to stulf a Milkybox esi, his decisions were never impeached for boy, who entered: c printing office in
I Hariisburg
COUNTIES.. FFleERS. T "w ; ACC. --r.I AkJ\ I REYA KS. with bills to pay for a yearling or a wheat: improper motives ; lorrna'd, his decrees! commanded not only killed himself. but Mr. Fillrnoru! in hungry and weary, aud laid down bis-

fan c: and when the women used thorns for the respect of the Bar, and in fine j| the soutk. }.UJe,; ;untUe on a pile of wet and ask.

-- -- pins, and laid their teapots away in the gar. I he had earned for himself the eulogy applied i I1 I! A most singular event occurred in the ed to become printer's;& apprentice paper, was elec

Eicambi\: I JII"ph Crobb5, S1fL, \Itev.1854." $ 29 70 I ret. You wish to know whatou can learn i I to Lord Lhilf1:, that gf a learned and good I i''i iman. balloting in the House to-day. It was the ted Senator in Congres 1 That man is Simon
1855, 567 53 1vote
: of
c Henry Winter Davis of Baltimore
Pines, 82 50 _may learn these:; seven tlmif-s.! .. i' Cameron, of Pennsylvania.
I LIcenseR 2S-i 00- t-2963 73 First : that yon na\e saved too little arid I Rt'sofL'I'rThat- we most truly V and deeply:, for John Wheeler of New York. )1 Wheel. -a--- -I
I iDonald Da"iJsl'n.udr Tax, 3.1 84 I spent too muck I never taught you to be a !.. sympathize' with his family in their irreparable [ j er was a hard shell democrat from New York Jonathan's Ranting Excursion.

A. W. Nichutuu. T. C..l'r.l 111; 76Mwtimcr miser, hut I have: seen you give your dollar ; los, and with sentiments of the greatest J at the beginning/ of the last session of Congress Did yoa ever hear. of the sc'raPe

Brill.t. :SL: "fl.. !Filles 57 06 for a'nothinwhen you might have laid one respect and kindness, tender them our |!' but finding the democracy too nationalfor l Zekiel had I and .uncle -
A..1. Shff.. Rt'\'l'nuf' 18:; so sympathies ducking on't on the Connecticut .
Otillitis 1851.
1F. de Ja Rua, SI f.c.. I Rev. 1852, 1R3 9 half aside: for charity and one half for a lainy! I and this our passing tribute. II : him ho fell! into the arms of Horace river !i" Asked Jonathan Timberioca

Licen t'8. HH 051171 37 In suit day. j ItcioJrcil, That the foregoing, with the I Greeley (who pufl'ed him up for election! a while amusing his oldttutch hostess who bad

SantA Rosa, II Ii1ith Cobbjr.. Sb'ff.&cRev..1855, 1031 15 I IrLicetigcs Second j- that you have gone too much concurrence of his Honor, Judge Finley, be I to Congress on account of his anti- Nebraska: agreed to entertain him in consideration

949 i/7/ I .. upon credit. I always told \ou credit was a inserted in the Records of the Court ; that a vote) and became an out and out free soiler. bran new tin milk of &

\v. lhmdrn, SWIE: &cJL (De9.'('nscs, 73t 3d 062718 4 / 18.0"erpaicl:$IU7 27.on Revenue 1851I'W' shadow ; there is a substance' behind, which copy be transmitted: to the family of Judge( !!, Mr.\ Davis has committed too or three politi- No I never tlid-do pan. tell it*:'

hne 22 uO- 60 21 I casts the shadow ; but a small' body may cast Bronson! and/ copies furnished the leading: I j cal acts in his life. which caused apprehensions I. Weil( you mast know that I and uncle!

R. MinL Sh'ft: dc., Fin<'11, U O6WA1Wn a greater SIIuICoill1(1, no "vie: man will follow :. journals of the State with a request for publi: as to his political sanity to be entertained Zeke took it into our heads to

:\. C. MoDrUt. S1'LL: &c, Fines 24 00 I ] the shadow any faither than he can seethe cation." by his friends. His .A sw freak to-day ter ducks, in father's skiff go gunning &1-

,.- I Re\.1855, 485 18- 50 lf substance.: : You may now learn that you I (Jto.: S. HAWKINS, Chairman ) I either confirms those apprehensions, or else sculled down the river ; so in we got and
Holmef'. n. It Go1dt'I1. SWf LtFiDf'5.(: 64v&dangtoii 351 ; a proper sight of ducks
I \ Joo.\. Taber. Sh'if..t, 1 e\.IS5. 633 69 have followed a shadow, and been decoyed I IL L. C UfI'IIEU.. > Cum. j pieturoo him nan southern man, embracing flew backward and forward. I tell
j I into lin \\ E. .\\'VlIt'O\. I John Wheeler, so as to the yc, and
IL .. i mt'I!, u '48 93'j 1. 6 2 Overpaid on R .euu81Si4.: .i :! ) attract attentioni bime-by a fw oC them lit down., nn I.,. ..........1....
W1pnry tlar .l tollector.'l ev. ltill: .I 8 1 25 30. Thirdly : that :you have gone in too much Horace Greeley, that he, Davis, may become and went to -- --
) Ca1houu, j Tho:!. .J. I..and. :ih If. d.c.. I hUt'li. I.f 63 I haste l to become rich low and easy! wins 1 The members of tin* ,Bar of the Wp"tern I the anti-Ncbiaska woolley head and feeding on muscles. I eat bed
: Jcks'J1I, Sh'tr. &c. ,H..t'. IS1', 5 32 V l.// ( fusion selection up my poauder-horn to prime, and it slipped
the Circuit
\ race. j fully I ''Fines, 5 00- CO: .. I right out of my hand and sunk to the bottom I
Jacks"D, C C. Cbh T. Col1f'ctor, Aucion Tax 6 Iouitljl! : that no course: of life can be, dc- j' portions of the :State; in an expression of, of the river. The water

; ; \ GriffilJ.; SI'IL FlOe!', Ml 501 ,. ponded upon as always l'ru-l'er'us.' I ami i j respect' for the memory of the Hon. Thomas The Biro Hautcr, and I 'could! see it was the amazingly clear,

I John T. Myrik. Sh'a:. Fines 128 69 1Frln1.:1ia I afraid the younger race of working men in I I loiigli-s;: deceased. I j! Lieut. Gibbon's explorations could V on bottom. Now I
: IC. ThilZ'f::.., Gli:ff. 4c.: Auction Tax, 112 72 America have His fir I', the valley. I not swim jot, so I sz to uncle Zeke,
notion that
a ) nobody would'go ?t appearance :among u?, was as a : of the Amazon "
I present to the reader interesting yor're
uo. Lucas, Sh if" te, I FlI1c4! CO 00 J many a pretty clever let
to ruin this "side of the water. I'imidencel! i iI j Jiidgf'fiom; the Eastern Ciictiit he : fellow-jest mo
f IJ Rev. ISH, 118 49- 178 4 ', ; was per-j 1aturcs.Ve l have this in relationto take your peauder horn to prime; and don'tyou
V enj. Lucas, b.tr.J.c.: 12"1 371 | 1 has greatly blessed us, and we ha\e become -onallknown! (to but few, but hi> intelligent, ; the }bird-hunters : think the stingy ctftter "

,_ Ga.hJen, 4S. B. vt:51.tT.. I IFmcs: GIS 53I I I j presumptuous.j;i I 1 I(j i mill/ pa rial: and! dignified! ; administration of jus-! There are a few individuals;! among the Creoles sez I, you're a w diver uld'nt.VelI,
pretty good
II I ILicen'"". 349 00- 63 58, 1 I J that ice raid and you'll
have (
rilihly : not been thankful graceful and honorable
you deportment) of Santa Cruz who understand divo and :
Col1cctor.l \ the art of it I'll "
:J. 3L Smith, T. '. 185j get
j 1!kenj.'c.; We.t, Sh'd' Jc., Ill"FinP I. .&C 81I r'f ll'O' 00,I IV enough t to; God; for his benefits: : in pa .t lime convinced ;:II who hat! the pleasure of making j collecting and preserving the skins of birds thought he'd leave' his,gm pDaude you*.a Jtor primin..bnt ho I .

I Ill"%. 1847, 4() 100 31t "Sixthly i : tl1:1t'ou" maybe thankful our V his personal acquaintance, that his: course! of! with arsenical soap. They make their living didu't: but stuck it in I hi! .
: pocket
I I EL O. McLeAU l T. C.A1r.. If'51. 43 OO-J 1 l lot is not %vorse.Vl: might ha\e famine, or i i life xvi; regulated by the strictest integrity I I by stuffing birds with cotton, to be boxed up he went-and there he 5&id. V i

1'' 1653 415 07 I pestilence, or war, or t\ianny, or all to-1 I land tie purest honor, with all good grace and exported. The bird-collector differs from Hero the old I
.uiuTui 32 12- lady ,,.op ned her with
:, 490 GoLu
th'r.! eyes
i to ;
I get grace a gentkxiian.S'heri announced the
IILT. mVl:1.er, SL.tt, I 1Fines, If/Ol/ 48 I .. !j p! bark-gatherer ; hois found on the [plains wonder, and a pause of sometime ensued .
And l.iMly, to end by hi* more immediate! in the Eastern ,
I Lic'nspt.; i(19 M- 241 1 286'692 my !Pennon, YOU mayearn fiiends I as well as: in the woods ; his ammunl.jon; i i8 when JO'1athanandded- V j

I,L C. Dinifly,T. ColkctorjRpv. 1853.: I l to offt.r.wilh more understanding; the Circuit as a Candidate for Associate Justice !; good powder, in small tin cannisters, different I looked down, and what do '

'i ,Auction Tax, 9.) O6580) 7 prayer of your !infancy" (Jive us this day" our. i of the kMipienic Court of the State, he was }I'[ sized shot, and a small quantity of quicksilver. critter was a Join ?1" you think the .
: D. IcRane.r T. Collector. rte.11'50. 52. 62 daily bread.' i supported, regardless of distinctions '1 : ;
j partisan) The shut for '
I are ordinary }birds. He Lord
\:1 I 1851, {159 421467 04 'The old 1 In-erKed puts in exclaimed< od! 'lady! "I'm sure
ceased '
man Sammy/ on i nn overhelming vote in the West few V
of '
1 kT. IL Rhode, T. Collector. 1853. H9 49'I I a drops quicksilver in a small piece 01pa I dcn't) know.?
i ........;.,a T.ix, :0 00- us 49 his apron and told Dick to blow away at the and was! triumphantly elected ; and, although ner. and loads Ins hUn. with it instead of "There he :
{ was Jettin'
the bottnm), _
lItadt.on.. Y. .A.nderaoo, S1ff. Fine.. 19')5') 01 forge bellows. ; enfeebled by age, I I shot. The quicksilver knocks tho the on ---'- nf II;
V liver
humming porin' the
ItT. LiCenSC!! 311905 35 I -- I j' He : at, pets the peauder out of my horn \h
:? r.s morning tnr which zoea bird over without tho I "
I. !
Y:1DD, Sh1. or disfiguring
IF'iot.i, :56> 10 I
I Slave Stampe.de in Virgiala.; Nut down be'iind tIle darkenJ, West, nor hides the ,! it "
L1cen6e 10 60- 6& ;CW I Obscured amid the of the j }plumage ; stuns, and before the V

'kulla, I II Fey, T. Collector, 1i.ev.1$55. 1377 87 The !Norfolk Argus stated, a few day since,. ,! But melts away into tc-inpots the light (If Lea sky,"CII.-" '! bird recovers, the sportsman has him in his In the Kansas constitutional, -convention "i

I tAuetion Tax. 6 601383 97 that about eighteen negroes had escajK.-d:: fruit !1 "hand.! After the hunter has collected the sche >ole "
i was passed the
In liii'
.stain blurred 50n] on 10th
i no ermine nit
of his
: cL 0. Holt. Anetinneer. .uction Tn 18-17. pure ,
I 22 77Shff. that city and Poltsmouth! the week ; five hundred kinds he then '
pre\ioisj becomes declaiing that
; Hamilton, J. Hendry, Fiuc!!. 641) 21 -all j I good uHI1l'-il! death, his friends have the f difficult constitution shall be sub-
I Lk-eu's. 249 80- Sf/O 01 young, and some of them \aluable /r- consolation/ t II,) know that he sleeps in to please ; he wants the beautiful little songs. mitted to the petfpjo; on ..thei 15th of Decem.

IE. M. ue. T. Oj1I'ctor, j Rev. 155:>, 169 92 chanics. It wns- susped.t! that they had bcfn I where the wicked ccae to trouble and peace the i i ter who sits at the base of the Andes, and ber. If ratiiied, ;t'providei.for; the election

I,H. 11. Stp1eits. Cerk! jFin 15 00 taken oIl'on some ov!" ter vessel for New Ycrkor sends fprth\ his!! miiMC before tho risjng: sun.- of state officers, the judiciary and
i are\ atRes01red rest. members
". J. J. Duucan, Sh'ff.. T..iceUSea, 258 !9 some other :Northern/ poit./ On the ni'ht i weary: I There are buds who feed of the
f I I That0 many by night andsleep assembly on the third .
II'\ jFines sensible Tuesday in Jan
63 48- 321 68 of are fully of
the iJIst ult
I : !! during small cho in
V I a a > !nor j the daylight ; some steal the frfimI nary ; also that: the
ColUtflblVa ,It. Hogn!. Shff 'Lkene 460 J lobs: the public inten-ts have sustained b\ 1 eggs general assembly shall se
dii\en j
I A.. J. T. Wright, T. ColI'r. g ,. 18: 5. 2857o 50'\\ i was a.-hore a fl'lIIil('') below Cane'i I the decea of Judge Douglas. I. their neighbors; ; others dri\'c.n the paI cure the enforcement of th sixth section of

IG.o: W.Colc. Auctioneer, Auction Td, 29 Henry. All the persons onboard: were savul I jtrsvlred, That I| rents, feed and rear their young, or sit upon' the bill of rights before the' 4lb of
I wo with his July
A.tew\rt.: Sh'ff.. Licetl8 22 1'II j' consisting of (the captain and mate of tho xti *- I I and s\mpathi/e the eggs and hatch them for the rightful Pnr.ious to the next. I

1L K.Mickler, T. CoU'r.. Hev.1852. 48 74; i sel and live of the runaway !';]:n''s. The ii- family friends in their irreparable loss. I ers. .\ilrhcsc birds we see around own have convention adjournment ol the constitutional .
of 1653. 26 17- 74 911 I IAl"cbua !I stated that the Resolved, That a copy) of the proceedings us it adopted a clause giving r
I groes schooner raised their hour .
V I C. L. WilOD, Sh1L d.c, 18tH, 063; 59 I for a signal ho forwarded to his family:: and a record regular for feeding, singing, bath.mug the 3th of July next as the tfjna' **itfcin
them which I ,
.. I 1 / thl'undl'I.ttoOlI, ; and went' resting, and which } r
367; 78 sleeping.
1849, all
I thereof be made: by the Clerk of the Court." Jto remove fInery from the territo.ry. .
47 I II on board. (Ono of them stated that lie had, We met bird hunter
1850, 231 I I a in TrinfJad he had No
JOHN :MILTON Chairman ; permanent capitaj Tor the
I j V 18M, 1016(j 30; I paid the .cII ptain $1 I 23! for l'as..91g11I011(')',,, I .C. C. YoGF.: ( been at wink two years collecting nearly Wit Ioca d. .territory !
Fines. 355 70 which the latter denied > Corn. V V :
/ but him six hundred different ,
on searching I kinds. .
I Auctinn T", 22 70-i 37 54 the deseiibed : I A. II. Hum S SA __ .. He was_ of opiu- :":'. V
money, as by the negro;, was I i ion uiai; mere are over a thousand varieties NEW ENGLAND ....
T. C. Ems, Sb.a: &tc., UD.rie8, J 57 7el collect oi r Rcsr., Tua of
I _. found in iris l'o:>sessioll. 'i'he captain came night and day birds to be found rxporla nm .
A 1. r 'a. ii. f 3\:\ } J. J. FINLEY in Madeira' from Boston since
Chairmau. the
Duval Uriah Bu"dn, Sh'ff, IRe. 1853, 10 41. I I from Wilmington, Del., the mato from Port I Plate, besides snakes, lizards: and .. : first of September: -fast
: JAS. I' :\
I. Fines, li.t 15 I J Norris", N. J. The negroes were restored to II'CLELIASec'y.. insects. Triqidad was Instead any quantity have been 450,000 g lIon? the economist'

IN. H.Vau1t. T.Oo11'r., [ILicen8e8 Rev. 1!!!!). 1 57 :50-I> I I Z91 2182 06V 11 V their owners and the captain and mate lodged I'' Xlaul.y t'Rllm ALIVK.-The danger of r ters, from w hich ho branched off.in all direc.quar =I1Y8 'the, exportation' 'have. also b en, I larg '

_.... in jail in'Norfolk. Here is a fine chance too tions from New
to interment tho York
"- OQ. D. cn1ey, I 1854, I 267 34 rapid was exemplified! in a veryextraprdin.ary during dry season. His room wasa reaching 400,000gallon: in *

V DeWall AuctioneertAuctjou Tax, (0; make an example for tho contemplation of manner-in this town during the perfect curiosity shop. The Lirds he: last time weeks. '
were The
V :;NUlII.U, ICha"Dr .dJOCL Sh'ff M, [lev.,1853, .M a3I I 21//f rogues of like llegre.s.Hox. last week. A young man who had been rolled up in paper after being properly cured, land rum, when the price of Ne EDg.' ,. .
V L. Higginbotham,T. Cot, '11 "00- 61 suffering from malignant fever, to all appearances and stowed away in large wooden boxes. eastern.: .r c. commenced-
Rev. 1854, 10 18 I3.1'. ;
i -:V f. I I I 4' 1855, 124 u19l I 32I4. of tltis.lJ JIALLETT.-During a recent! died on Tuesday morning. To avoid I Every day, at different hours, he went to the was thirty cents' a-gajjon).; 4t:11:| npsr.filfr,..fco-
1 known .
1.1m, JaL A. Mickltr. Sh'ff.: ok, 180' 1&0. 49 speech he Democrat. in Boston the danger of infection which might arise froma I field ;; after days of labor he would 'be seen'returning cents, with I'I1 activity',pfd !9-iodgreater:than
made tho
f 1 R.D. Canova, Sb ft &c., Finel, 2852 40 following sli iking point while corpse remaining in the house all night, a L with a single bird, differing1 from ho: ability io/apply. .Mdlassfri.t in the '
of di "
speaking jnion am.-
The ,
r.iceuee 88 13 I :, : portion of the
coffin in !
was He
immediately commenced
the room.
Auction 'fax, 6 33- 2946 9J Overpaid on Rqvepue853, l liberated slaves that would fall to Massachu- certificate snakes any procures: poisonous, pedpd, haarisea: l from .wenty-two cents to '
of death .
sent for and by the
A. A. CauovT.I1ecthr. Rev. I urgent applica. splitting end of a .stick to forma
: ., 1849. 23 M23 27. seetts w'ould! be about one hundred thousand tion made fork which ibrty.four: cents,'and ilifjfcoffto) 'be} It i j.4ajdfJt
Joi. ancl1e,81a'ff. 18t7, I I GiG 22 .lu suit.I was to the incumbent of a churchin I he places over the.neck of.the!. got. .
Putnam, "atLan- :;ortoo, SL"1! dC'j Fines, 190 10 I ILieene. and the Abolitionists hero would be the first i one of our suburbs to allow the corpse to I II snake, and holds him until a gourd prbottle an. eminent. house in Boston tock; a :

I. 382 82 to resort to" measures for expelling them from be interred the same evening. This, however,, is fixed over his head, when he :loosens: his French government contract. for 600,000 gal--
V Re\ 1854, 240 69- 813 61 the State. So that Abolitionism would, in he declined fork and the Ions New
the suako
D. Bron Sh'a VIIumpt.cr considering proceeding too crawls into.the c vity.-=- England.rum at
: Fioe 75 00 V the first break down pike goreraed.
place the Union
I j /ltev.J8:S, lU8 941518 91 to set liasty. but consented to tho interment taking He then corks the gourd aud .puts it into his by the advance in molasses 'The

Solomo .Ha11T.Cofleetor. IBM 95 18 the slaves free ; and after they were set free, Ilaco the following morning. Tho result pocket. After the snake starves to death, or 4' !" :contractb"" '*
Orange, 11E. Wt&.o, tC,11ectir; .' would pass laws.in the different States of the the drowned being ,
1854 J.C6 13 proved propriety of the delay ; the grave is spirits ; Ins skin is taken off; : ,
I1J.c.st.ev&ttSh'ftI&4.; : 'S $55 372 39 ., North excluding them from the borders of all WAS dug, and the colfin ready but the dead I preserved and stuffed for --- .
St.Lucis tratrsporting oif'A .. lie
jWm..W&rd I : Sb"ft: &c.. / 1845-, 401 87 I.I such States. ThU.is what wo call Abolition. the Hr? T. ; blooming
in the to
Lt,,. tbtW.tcaSh'fl&s 1854> 153 24 :i ism illustrated.Mr. man course of the night gave signs of museums. of the civilized world. ton, 111., Pantagraph, ltat'es that.the'can

\ ... FiDeI, 10 00 returning animation, and at the hour fixed for During the rain)' season. the bird-hunter ing from be: ,itb.. "Central' t Road epm-

V Rey.185S, 2$8 U451 his burial.was in the comfortable enjoymentof t enters: a caooo, and repairs to those places few nights since' ; a I
E.T.X'eodrick, Sb.1[ ch I '.. 9J I Ericsson i is rep'ortcd to be still of which where the various rurtover'tyjv4Mjiand kill.
mn.boroUb.1 '1855, 1279 99. ; engaged a cup coffee ho had asked for, animals" arc collected to. ed .them.: 'rbo deers
Tines, 525 001804 I i in his caloric enterprise. His new caloric aeeintire1igbt; from I
with of gether. He obtains'
V V every prospect the
I there lantern
J.l.-nOO1tPr,81I' recovery.WakefieldJournal. many species ,, in front
r 1848 7 .engine is 40 horse ofjthe'lwojnptiT* and
:Iemando 331 : powerand with which
compared: would
JjChu. Mcl1mn, Sb'a: lRna tics 01 I I, i us. .f require a length'df Jjme to fol. not knowing exa fly what it rai.4onclxied''
uas I
preaeccssors, ocen greatly simpuned, $'he who low up, and fills his canpovith venison and I to remain .
1E.I f Um.Prf pf .g SO1'2 andits cumbrous princess MuraL may possibly be on the track !hot ilVas axfeath
L..Stlph,' T. Collector, Rer... 1863, 4,28 ." 81// In &'utt.Monro. parts dispensed with-not queen; of Naples, is ft native of Charleston, deer-skins. V V blow to them.fcv -. '
only avoiding friction and V V ; '
1854- diminishing '
en:9 expense i..ti.t .
f .. S C., a direct descendent on the mother's .. 'j .
.. 1856, 021:37J: but Affecting a great saving in space. sideof MCNICIPAJ EECTIQ3AIIt: MASSACHUSETTS. In the French .
RobLClirkSL'ff Landgrave'Smith ofthe old
one col :
q" duang
I LieeMes Y'mea, V V J284 228 51461 82 Formerly there were four cylinders, with onial nobles, and on'th; father's side, the -At the recent' municipal elections in Massachusetts the winter wear wooden tf.V Bottom .. ...... i: '
"j&ru'l Young,T.CoHedor. Auction Tax 139-6ft g41 latter duplicates done placed above them on pumps. The tenth in the regular descent from Alexander, Sam"'was defeated in every eon result! is that.iha. ,-.

VV lilt I jl _D. Fcutanf, Auctioneer Rev 1855, 131C 19- 1454: are away with under the new fifth Lord Lovat of Scotland % Is.ior Thomas test. In Bon( the Anti-Know Nothing majority with .toouiacbealways t .r, .. > '..., t.
Auction arrangement. .
'V T..184'1, 70 (Fraser, her father, having been 'an officer i in f f30 :;... :,., .
is < in 4-: 'If'anny'1I1tbe'Vot
; Lowell in Worcester
4V V 'PTOLLft' OFFICE, T T. W. BHEVABD, Coltptroller.II 1 Devil solemn the British army ; but after the peace remained ; .J; _. _. ,
U.L"R-WlEE. December Up jumped our "
./ ur SiliOlJ LI lilt, 1855.: very ( 170 ; in Xewburjpoft, 85 in Roxbury, .. AT -"I "
t rakiiig of in Chnrll and
the "bo'o 'I &ton married Ann Loughtoni I T ,a ____ __
rfOp"lt, or .
IlOIe-.I.IIZl' ;c fUll.;; anJotbrnpartiallr. iuildry the offi\JtrB\ reported in arrears. Lave settlud IflClT. ;r .And set two lines to fill this column :33) in' Charlcslown '559.!) }'"* ,.. ;" .: .. "g' .
Vet 19 i Smith. I ; preference, \ ; .
185? W. B., CV"",j f*. I i ". "' ...,. .!.. '; ;,'._:' _
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'r1 Ju ,... -* -.* litical".: .' friends. r" and-: pincipks"ifit r r ? .be- t.nriClroo t Pensaecla Georgia' RaUro 4.' ,:. The New.York'Times Condemning own The'Ad Valorem System 'of Taxation, J II 8IA3Ip_ C VAN.D.B1t1' "

& ourui. that tho new party ia the same old 'c on" l The Stockholders of tho Pensacola and Party in Congress The first clause of tha VIII Article of the Sr. rhnJ-: hYc. H, 1855. .S .

__.Itr.t"LA TIle N.Y. Times, 'ys.the .Boston .Post, is Constitution of the State provides that the \Ir.. EDITo :-._IIl\"ing.: b in -
in a different guise. If, therefore,.the Senti Georgia Railroad Company mat in this city 11 the fnjo

_.... D1SSEE. : nel's charge rrieans anything all,It warrants Wednesday, the chief object: beirtj to decide unhappy at the delay organizing tl.c.h- ose, General Assembly shall. I devise and adopt a ment of tv! > tna,\.\r, comfort, aLoan| this 15
and admits that its friends, who arq.'rcsponMble : ship for days
vp1I., .d t'le .inference we have deduced l, and Icons on the acceptance of the provijions of > system,} of revenue, having regard to an equal many past{, I cannot re
t 4sa1Iut23: .. .,1 .December 22. 18:>5 for this delay, arc net so immaculate from asking the favor of '
mode of taxation be
frj.s -r quently democrats who remain xconnected the Acts amending the charter of the C'oinpa.ny and unifotm to general your colnmns to wy *-

; 'ki ,; The Editor' of'thls. win bo called-- with the organization do so with their eyes and the Infern.I: IlIlpi.wml'lItcf of the now as it represented them to be v.hen they throujjho''it] the t'tl'." I is obvious that no something pertaining Jo her and her o1jm-,.
n- Tho
.. paper It Vanderbilt I 1
candidates for office. ie|
I '-- i1.'A.7- rro tQ: ,his i .post, for, 'a short Erne and will open to the fact that they are aiding to rebuild preceding sess-ion i of the Logitlature.The were" Various have tended S:1JS-lo other mode of taxation but time ad talarcm decidedly the safest it b trot" but she i.
causes preventthe i and
t 1, :; ,-. '0 the old Whig party at the expense oftheir well attended and the I system would be in strict accordance with most pl.ea"jl
: eiitid, during his absence by Mr. meeting was ,. organization-amid none more distinctly steamer in which I hare t..Jea
': i ,' El: DVKK authoii/ed I political friends and principles." Can intcrest evinced in the -of this provision of the Constitution. A. tax to ever taken
; : tts : :,. who i w tuI greatest success i than the selfish purposes of some members of That: awful rolling and Pasagr.
{ insact all business pertaining to .the office. I they COI1 l'lI1. tu Una road. WV observed the right sort of people. -the majority who scorn to be hiding in the be equal and uniform,.must be so imposed as that tumbling Jtboat at N4

: .:" -.=- -. We have no doubt that thousand composing there, from this County, and Jefferson and grass, dodging about from point to point in to require the same amount of taxes to be w usually has experienced by oearl, aU or
our steamers
Oil the first-page of this paper maybe tho masses of he Know Nothing party Madison. The utmost harmony prevailed J. become the hope fashionable that, by some in Baltimore such accident conventions as has, paid on tho same amount in value of property ship, although, sIte Dot ia becahts eiwrj.nj' b, ."

found some- resolutions the order with and when the there seemed no mat what species of property it maybe heaviiyand burtlt no_n.__"_
';! interesting adopted attached themselves to pure ; meeting adjourned, amc one of them may yet be chased out and JiM had to contend with

:' by a portion of the citizen, ; of Jack ran motives, honestly believing they might thus :! to be a conviction on the minds of all that thrust into the speaker's chair." ; otherwise, : man who has a thousand and a rough strong headwinds ;

::; ty, paying.suitable.and appropriate coun'j aid in the correction of abusw They have the Road. would be builL The Times; would be pleased to see Mr. dollars worth of horses, for instance, has his evening last Her sea ever since Monday I

: .t.Lie mennriee Judges Bronson and already seen enough to satisfy themselves that i j We shall publish the report of the l'resi-i i.I n inks successful, but fears he will hardly property protected by the taxes collected than it has ever passenger before list been tide trip is hrger "

.:; whose venerable form no longer 'move in they were grossly l deceived. ; that the Know I dent and the proceedings of the meeting in re.ich sixteen dollars a day pay this congres from one who has his thousand dollars in landor I in the cabin to amounting '

: :: *** midst t. but arc inanimate and cold m'the Nothing: party appeals to no broad and generous -| our next paper. Banks i is :abolition up to his eyes-the Times I merchandise, and this i not only unconstitutional to sixteen. .1 forty-eight finessed ,the_and in the steerage ,

::j I 1.il t-nibracp{* of death: patriotism winch I includes within its embrace j I Yesterday! wtl1 day assigned for the and Tribune ought to do all they can/ for him ; but unjust r her freight at Penscola discharging of
and at
When the of the ,
jj :: Circumstance* prevented their publication this great and glorious country-i |letting of contracts through the Counties tilfi aid, probably, will. !ilr. Sumner, too never Assembly Stt I St. Marks and in
:- -at an earlier period. sounds that find echoing 1 wjuld have reached the United States Senate of Florida, at its Lst: session, convened; they: eVery Instance it wa dry
> clarion Leon
;{. no note can an and Jefferson. Tlicro were bills for t fifteen and in good order. .Her cabin and wow

..t :' > M rWe response in the hearts of this uholo pros nr.los at the Engineer's estimate". Prior had it not been for Mr. Banks effort to elect found the State largely in debt-to the amountas are clean neat and'comtuodioaa and the hurricane
'l .

: direct attention to the professional card l and it heralds not the ho should his shoulder stated in the Governor's Message, of one
". porous hippy people.- to the meeting of the Stockholders t feu- of our Kim- put to the wheel deck is extensive enough to How two

:U|.' Messrs. Floyd and Holland, whpse practi- watchword. of love and good will to our breth., citizens itlt11 assurance that the road would at this crisis! gratitude be not extinct. hundred and eighty one thousand eight hun- hundred persons to promenade And enjoy the
: col! asociation combines
effective. dred and dollars. This
On tile it invokes nlrr\\.1 seventy-two amount was
ren. coutrarv a ue
tn1ttl'd and
con theroforu
nota sei-breeze. it' U of
I. *" j wa Although a matter much
:. ne*', for the successiil prosecution of LUr-i. S New Vessels. due to the School and Internal Im-
:-r a sectional, a partial, and therefore, a mean i general attendance of Contractors. N'o I Seminary
:. "' difficulty to provisions on Florida
,.t B"S in tho Courts of the Stafo. md sordid and dangerous spirit. It appeals t'.iat! lliii aMirance has been given and Two new and admirably constructed Vessel provement Funds, and also on State scrip issued procure
J J. our Coast, yet her fall is almost equal! to that of
to roligioui nnd all other) prejudices) ) and ) l eope! s 'e that the work is progrisking, ye have recently taken positions in the line I in pursuance of law, and the intorest up.
tho New York and Savannah
::3'4.' .. c A ,notice of the pleasure-trip to tin makes us shudder at false and fancied (IangeTs. ,I think there will be no difficulty in letting Ihe if Oceanic communication ,.,'.Cc. o.M_.I._ M :e ..,.,. annually inr.rfiajsinf rhft debt of the ___ steamers.t
.ouI. TAt.
:{; new.and elegant barque Henry: L. Rutgers," j other sections of the road and New York, as the property of the enterprising State by nearly ten thousand dollars. The ly an old citizen of Flwida J ,.so experienced is fiot oa.

.J ho been rfttaVoidably crowded out to-day's firm of Messrs. Brodie and Pettis. General Assembly had but two alternatives:
t Opposed to this party, b.ised upon hatred) i I The contracts for Madison: County are advertised navigator and pilot, but be is a gentleman
either to allow the State to become bankrupt
paper for foreigners and Catholics, is arrayed the to be let at Mailioon Court House They are properly named in honor. of two whose urbanity and courteous manner cannot .
.. i in itsTiinance: ?, and the operation of the Gov-
patriotic democracy-the great constitutional i on the 27th instant. of our most rm'Dentand worthy citizens, Maj. be excelled, and I would advise every person
; Business
44 Reviving. I Geo. T.Ward and H. L. The : ment to bo seriously retarded or actually to
of the whose broad nationality j Rutgers Esq. who take aboard this
>< party country; may passage ship
tlie Road :
to from
t expect sec Tallahassee II
Our streets are now daily thronged with former be the cease, or to raise the taxes so as to procure a
of policy neither contemplates, nor will ndi.i the : may regarded as intelligent to first go and make the acquaintance of Cap-
01t i : ladies and from the who to UVaflnee put under contract bv sufficient revenue to on the Governmentand
: gentlemen coilntry, of the interests and carry
lib-1 I representative planting ,
mit[ of a dismembered confederacy; the the middle of tin John, and if they do not find in him
are purchasing little notions for the Christmas I provide a sinking fund for the payment of
I the latter the and fianancier
erality of whose principles, abhorring all proscriptive I S S as astute leading trump, then there is none in the pack. The
holidays and suppKes for the winter. Teams outstanding liabilities, and the gradual extinc-
: of this section of .
sectionalism seeks to watch, foster Road Report. cotmntr.The : Purser, T H. Hutton, although physically
j if: trhe country block up the thoroughfares, I Ward i is of 600 tons burthen or thereabouts tion of the State debt. They wisely chose avery
and the AmenV.nn family We small his head and
protect great" refer heart
'J' to an extract, which we subjoin, man, yet are of
and buiness wfe I > the latter The credit ef the State
,' be course. at
description to
: rery seems
and is of 1100 bales cotton
the shield of a common and eurdial brother I from the able and interesting made capacity, the right dimensions, and for politencM to
.jt Wf fthtad with railroad sjrepd. Our mer- report on built at Mystic, Connecticut. The Rutgers is this particular time should,by all means, be pre
hood. he has
: the 19th instant, by the Hon. E. C. passengers no qqual.Tbe
'j;, thlnl have full and elegant stocks-of goods. 150 tons burthen and her estimated served, and even if the claims justice shouldnot
Therefore return at once to your old associates President of the Pensacola and Georgia RailRoad capacity first and second Mates, Messrs. Williams .
.. ivhtch they! propose to tdl on tire most accommodating of and constructed meet with that prompt attention which!
,0: I I of the Democratic party, who stand I Company. The entire report shall be at 1600 cotton, a and Place are officers who know their!
terms and dealers far and near they deserve, the most selfish policy will teach
New J
back all honest and foith in Perth Atuboy rey. duty and knowing perform it with
ready to welcome men, coming our columns as early as qoickaeH
I of the State should
fc32, we have IK doubt, find it to their advantage -I that the credit be upheld

r to patronize. the butinc-gs houn-s of thi* with them as in time past, fight for principles practicable.} Tire 17th Annual Convention of the Protestant when we are about to have occasion to use and despatch; they are also what it termed.

...l"'. : cit,.. I nut for the benefit of disappointed: politicians I i Holding] the Ley to the Gulf] we do not pro. Episcopal Church in the Diocese of it, to develop our system of internal improve "jolly good fclum: ." Their inimitable jntJ and \

.... "We would snjrgott to such ofour iro.-char; i.is i-' and demagogues.As I,;-i.'e to lock the doors aguinei the rest of mankind Florida was he'd in St. Johns'' Church Tal- ments. Surely no citizen of Florida can justly jokes are enough to prevent ana cure the
i r but we will :),t throw them to aduiit most violent attacks of sickness.
r.1 -- ; sea
.. kL\'C\ availe-1 t d the} open the 13th inst. The members in of increase of taxation for
nut vet t.l' j& \'S ( f r.d I i : tinKit.anre i-f tho.-. aias *'c, on complain an such
time $' ... .tillI vl.iHu-d t ; uho mmm'mmot: eoriei'lt The steamer is leave for
.1 : : ia its List h-lII": preparing to C.-
!ImtLl' Jidverl'uiiipf i i.i the t two pie-sCR ttJif '! o-ir interests t :uid v.l.o <--ee'c! to Jen- :!t'ldUIC1': the Kcv. Francis II. Rutledge, just and necessary purposes. If our State
.,. city, tlt now is a inoit favorabletime to< f t sorue litittide!: ; ciecm: min, : our Ioliti"11! il I"tr poll) 'us ofb.-ndits ai.il bltbiiiijj's whirh a kind! Bishop of the Diocese, and the Rev. Alfred. .I cannot pay its public officers and support itsJ dam- Key, therefore I must close, with the sincere .

(to 60. ce-ent.-! .-, we hasten to u-liove him of all doubts j Pros ideuce Las cicill-rrid': upon us. 'i'he rule 1'\. :'Iil:1coI: St. Augustine; the Rev.'. '\'. \r i I Government had better revert again to wish that the result of running the-stea-
j :and auiieties candid that to be observed in time political and ocial mersTanderbjt and Honda on this coast
: by a assurance wiiI > reltio.s of the Rev. W TrcbcilSaundcrs ; our Terriiorial: condition, and throw up our ,
v To Know Kotfiiog Democrat I I have inner abandoned the principles, of thr : |! of l one -'fati1(1 another," in this connection I fours! Jacl\omil. the Rev. J. X. Scott may be the reaping of a rich harvest of dimes
i sovereignty.Having
I i ij is. thus laid down I by the State of \pabchicol j by the enterpiuing and much to be
M'e ivv.ire that the above head btd j democratic ]party but on die contrary have and the Rev. V'P'' Eaton applaudedowners
KTQ may (Georgia a n'portof a committee of her Le"iilatme I D. D. of Pensacola, ( It-termed to sustain the eharn.ctcrI
j adhered! to tiu-rn through of Messrs. E. G. Rogers: Co., of New
ICCRICtI 11lu ite.t'-ttj't( there c.-.n Itv ntuch Fteadily, n our i t two years n mgo : I I-'ppes, of Monticello. The Rev. Alfred A. I and credit of the Government, it only remained -I Orleans.

& .. thing; a? Know Nothing D.'mncrtts- j I IltvJit; cal life."e have, onJftiml''ntureJ !: There is nothing illiberal or sel/Mi/ in the ::i Iiel 1I'ach.d tIe Convention Sermon, and to devise the best and most equitable modeof A PASSENGER.A '. 1

', to exercise the indcpendfiice, to i-ik diapf d(.tenni, !11:1 t it,11, of Georgia to n-i/e t those! I
and wo ourselvessho'uld take this pound did -j' upon on Sunday, the Kith, the Bishop delivered his taxation and to fix such a rate as would young gentleman who left Preston ijt
gift[ t4 of I nature and a bounteous I I I Providence'! I
%r"e inrnv that! ; cf those who f provingly of the] alleged] misconduct of distiwguithed -i ( In the
5ol! a portion the of the Diocese.
: wliich .v<'t-ni to have been so exdtiMvdv her charge to Clerjry raise the required amount of revenue. The England above four years ago, thus writes
'. Lhve joined; this organization: who have for- gentlemen belonging! : to this parl}/; J\MI, and by their proper and judicious use to afternoon of the same dav* the !!ISOl3T't i General Assembly were unanimous for a home from Wacani in New Zealand:

V acted with the i in this fc'tatp I hut, not in such a manner as tu warrant the secure for her ,! the '
: merly Democracy own people, greatest t>osit i. sermon was preaeed by the Rev. White change from the present specific taxation Needle women are much wanted in a

.. ire Democrats at hearty. .They connected ., deduction, that we had abandoned long cherished I; ble advantage. Such determination is in nowi.e 'ours[ and a collection taken up. I' which was utterly unjust and inadequate and double capacity ; in tha first and most imp

i I piim-ijjh's, or that nobl ; iiicompatible with her political or social tant as wives in the second as dress-makers
th'ffi8th] this orgauization bUjiposinthat ; : party orgariiza-i At the same time and place with the Con- I ;i resort to the constitutional and equitable ad ,
f relations other
i to
they fhouM noL< called upon to givtup I: .ti'-n!. ul.ii-h. .co.Etituttit! medium for their Ve, sr.all: not rl I iilly States; enforee or their this inhabitants.. (:eorgia -ention, was heM the annual meeting of the I.I I..alurcm sy tem. There could not be twoi emigrating.& All yoang Many men wbo should come eat marry here before form .f

their hllt- iaice to thtir old political' principles :1.I"UIII/I. MIajjaiii't! I inli.il.ifiiits! .; of Georgia.; But I Society for the :advancement of Christianity i opinions on the subject The[ proposition is matrimonial: connections with the natives. .

and found, after J.J.oi
J'CtiH'(1.'t know that of tlu-m! have I admission tS tiiis Company'! ; : .'.\ fully I may, shall! : i-ver form her i< shade
( man tiu -o promptly made ; that he i.s op and) laity. We postpone further: notice of j Unctions between men-if it is to complexion t a approach*
hose, and tliruw! (.'l'r : I Viral 'obstacle! ] h tin contrary
: : much brown
' "'. come. back, and that mUlmorc" are ready tol i: not no\v, never has been, and iievr-r \\ill he a \:1of a connection of the Georgia ri1ronhithi < proceedings until! the publication of the Jour 1 time prim-iples of our government to ha\-eI ing mahogany nearer, than anything pdislied else! I can paper remember or-

* ., \ .!o BO. It its- to tUg flats that we now : '- I f bworn member of this secret order of Know :I: the Floiida y.-tom of railroads-aid! ; I with nal favoured class, then should we tax all proper. ishe eajinct sperlk English, and is muchacluictoci

;t'LI. Ht\e ,V.of epectations wll'I' ; Xotiinjr! alias native Americans. And the gulf Mexico such ,_. _':1._ 'P I .I' 1 I ] ,; I *
your : I wl'ire : ( at point and inMich IlJ aut\l' >t e suouiu tax values and not spe. to what you \vouid call smoking.

II : joining! this order be:\ n'JliWfj; ? Has not ,r at a l lo' s which to julmire most, the }boldness !: manner \\ ill be injurious. to tie!, Fiibbtantial Congressional i I cifically tax some species of property very but what she,elegantly terms In tupeka-An-

intei'-:! of a&r w UZ '!(tP.. We do WASHINGTON, December 15.-In the United glice, food Uibacco. Her hair bangs in .
every f rttfit for the organization }been ahan- of the declaration or the indignant language I i I high and other kinds very lightly not at all negligent
not suggest :an illiberal poli('). Butwleri Savannah States Senate business of importance I gracefulness and is of beautiful bril.
doned already' by some of its leader* J You I' used to indicatt his contempt for a i and Brunswick seek to to-day no This great truth is palpable almost to tho very a
apprnjririte lotkemtclres liant black. Her brown her
are ,
4 are aware tl at ojipohltion: to Csiholics h'JI U5ng !. I mode of organizationLichhas been adopted : those gifts of nature and a bounteous was trnmadc In the House there I II senses. Its violation by nations has been on"of tall and erect, and eyes her carriage faultless person andas

I office was the principal 1 reason CEsigncilibr t'I' by four fifths of his party, who, we opine, Providence which" are "excllJ.inIJ" I where two ballots for' Speaker, -without an election I. the most fruitful sources of injustice and dignified as that of any European. Frohj

S i the formation of this party, and its systemof will not be agreeably .surprised, at so fratricidal -I ours, by proposing build a railroad through lithe tlicjc having be:''n no change in the revolution. So far; our Legislators we believe fine ear is suspended a shark's tooth, and tho

) claimed bt : lower counties of Georgia: and skirting vote. 'The prospect for an organization soon, ; other is embellished with a bit colored wors
'. secret obligations v/atf to uece- a thrust from the dagger of their ?uppoeod were unanimous; they agreed to tax all
I the northern border of Florida to citer our is rather dull. I ted. Her feet were never tortured by shoesnor
S : 'art ) the} furtherance cf its objects. Efiortt'fb i chief organist. The Editor we fear, j i State, and connect thoM cities with tie Gulf: manner and kinds of property alike, according concealed by stockings. She swims to

neb the to j in thus it'l his accustomed far: \r.\1I.'WTOX, December 17.-In the Senate : to their value at ascertain
'I /uaking throughout country t parting \ cqua- PO west t as todivert the trade, even of our percentage. perfection can manage a canoe in a sea that

; :. Jo away: with the secret'obligations; and in |I uiinity of temper, los sight of time policy' 'Own country, from o'ir own roads, and to endanger 1 I no business of im pOI tance was tr:1nsactld.j I But there was not the same unanimity as I would appal a London waterman, and is *n

.4 l localities .'htn; Cr.'hoiics are numerous, different t j which on a previous occasion, he had so readily !' if not to break up the magr.ifiicent Mr.( DUNN made personal explanation. !lr. j jLBN to the rate of tax, nor could there be, for adept at catching fi ,h. European women are
I system of Internal Improvement projected f in ldhL proposed to elect a Speaker until the data so scarce, that English and Maroi connectionsare
commended ) which
: conventions cf the order have r.lreruhproposrd j to PS for adoption, and has upon it svas to be based was
._ j this State, their schemes should be and shall little noticed. The practice is j common;
to expunge from its constitution the been guilty Of an.ind'tcretion, \\hiclm, we hope I bo resisted by c'erJ.Il'gal means, as necessaryto the .-Appropriation Bills should bo passed, and I imperfect. The rate proposed in the original and the dark complexion naked feet and I-ni

dHl: C.wlicl: >,protcribes the Catholic cituen.\ win1 not depreciate the Confidence of Us'' our own protection, and due t to a proper that be then should resign. Ths resolution, bill introduced into the House, was one-eighth tupcka have become familiar to us as pes'

:. \hit tben remains to keep ihe part united ? f party. I I regard to other interest:, ofour State. We invite however, was laid on the table, and three I of one per .tent., or twelve ana halrcmito vu Qblo."
;. them to act jfi concert and harmony withus ballots had for Speaker on the last of which one hundred dollars value. Tin's was deem
No Democrat of the least discernment iu thKnow" < is I II
I It has afforded us iome .irnusfrf.entj when Gen. Cass has written letter
.1.1t to approach us as friends and not as rivals BANKS had 103, RICHARDSON 7tt: and FCLEH -! ed insufficient by the Senate and increased to a decl.iningthiuse
Nothing order, can ofail to see }I observing the facility, with which, the Sentinel or enemies. We offer them a Gulf connection of his name for the Presidency. |
t i 38 votesMr.. fifth of cent. The House refused
: I' that he is used solely as a cats-p.Tw: by the. i admits the correctness of all! that we have but in-ist: that they bhall not enter : one one per
L resolution that the Speaker should bedected I to concur in this amendment and Committee Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge.
Florida a
at which be fatal -
Know Nothing leaders in their efforts to courteously said respecting himself and his I a point may to our
and down the Democracy. In the interests. Thu.point o7entrance into our State by a plurality vote, pending which I of Conference appointed by the two ANOTHER MEDICAL WITNESS.
put and reminds: of
..' party; us very forcibly, an anecdote -in the County of Hamilton-proposed bv us tie House adjourned. It ,reported that the I branches of the Legislature recommended a tr It is no small evidence of the intrinsic value
l Convention held in
) now Nothing recently we once heard about! an .Lnglightnan j does not increase the of of thin great Yemifuge. when Ten phj'iaM who
I length his in
ihis three democrats and P-esulent is 1R'iug Message placed compromise to one sixth-of one per cent., or' are generally prejudiced agninst medicine.
tew-but patent
city one
\ve and a Cossack who agreed to pull for a tallow i road which will connect them with the Gulf. I
I tho White House in order to forward and to it.
typo at prevent sixteen and two-thirds cents on die hundred voluntary come testify triumphant
.. of these withdrawn from the order since, candle. It was to be held between their! teeth, I, They w ill-find alcmporary outlet at St.Marks( ; .ucce* in expelling worms. Bead the following:

Er-Governors Bro'w and Call were the active and they were to pull until one side was the' but acting in harmony and unison with us, bya I I. iU publication in advance of its delivery to I dollars, which was adopted. Whether thiswi'l HAKKISO.XVIU.E. SLelbj.Co. Kr, April 5. 1849

epiriCs; of the .C 't1venl on. These gen. 'ronquci or. Tie candle was firmly fixed when ;: concentration. ofour energies-we may construct Congress. prove insufficient or too .much, nothing J.KIDD a roi: <3 to the noble Bay of Pensacola, ---- but actual experience determine. The ding nnatMDtlj in Ibis .. In the year 1843.
temeft have grown grey in their opposition the Cossack said,"A reyou ready ?" The unsuspecting -!: :and-this, qnd thus only, secure the consummation -. THE XKW YORK HKUVI.D AND THE DEMOCRATIC can when a resident.uf the fiUU.f jJiMouri..1 became tf-

to the Democratic party, and doubtless look Englishman exclaimed "Y c.e'cl5;" ,! ofthe objects so earnestly, dwired. by JUTThe. New York Herald advocates of a higher per centage urge, with quaiuted.with tIle superior *irtn s of "Dr. STLanc's
the -order-as being. the legitimate 'I' I us all, and of such vast political ccnsonJrnceto I truth probably that the returns of property Vtrmifuge. At sonic mdre leisure moment I will send
upon new but no sooner was his mouth opened than the j tMriks: .that "thc' democracy of the house,1 vou the esult of an experiment I made with one fi AU.'D l,

4 4' -successor 'to the old Wlrg -party, and that crafty Cossack pulled away the candle, so our Government. thus far, have stood with a steadiness and solidity made at the last census not being made un. expelling upwards of 000 worm .
where Our own road will be sufficiently convenient der oath, are much exaggerated and that L. CARTER M. D. ,
precisely they no
consequently they are that be i had"the while of the luscious morselto
for all t to Ricjlafduon: strongly foreshadowingthe ; Purchasers will be careful to aik for Da.M'-
be die view practical purposes to'tho greater safe estimate can be made from them. At
Sucn seems to generally himself. Just with L.ixi. CElDUTED"UXIFCGE. sad take
'belong. none CM.
ilO. our respected co- j of Lowndos Thomas and national consolidation of the party in the
j part Counties
1 :
Know rate, it will be much easier to diminishthan All other Vermifuges, in .comparison are worthless
taken of -the' Nothing party by I any
temporary ol the Sentinel; ; John Bull like hej ; Georgia. And when a connection shall presidential con e. .:The divisiona among Dr. I'Laoe'enDifuge. ateo? hia Celebrated Liver.pu .

the old Whig press, ninety-nine hundredths of.wb'01le opens his mouih the admissions' roll out, and I he made with the Savannah and Brunswick the opposition elements dow as clearly! .that to increase the UX. *t il>. novt KpRsinn _,- -7 I" had ", Canada.naoeeUble Drnir Stores.
: of the General Assembly they.should be n the United States 49
into the in Hamilton there will be
editors have dropped moveinent Mr. Cossack have roads no objectionto -
*. we representing everything they are still adrift. nr For sale at all the Drug Stores ,
.. wifti such easeand_ facility as to make our own way. Now, while we admire a continuance of the Southwestern road '. -' I found unequal to .the necessities of the Government *cd at one Agency in every Town.in the South.De .
from Albany to the Gulf through Florida.These1 .- mber. 18. 61-zw
tneTnTe'rtnce irresistible that they too, the honest simplicity of the Englishman we -roads anil will accommodatethe [COMMUXICATKD.]
the; diitahddesn: df the order. our own At the Third Anniversary Meeting ot the< It is of that
(lilly a subject congratulation our
affect the
cannot to despise tact of the Cos (! unties of South Georgia. '\'hile.there JJ
Hence the readiness with which these eflilors sack. fore we.insist on guarding-and, protecting our Protestant Episcopal Society for the Advancement Legislators( have? such confidence in the people ofProviaioniJnJewOr1ens

"p cmnce" upon a Whig whose manly sense .. .own rights and interests Florida will not of Christianity in the Diocese of Florida. as 101 to. hesitate to increase their .taxes Superfine Flour/.i\... QftOO a $9.25 ,.

tff right and wrong revolts at the narrow big- CHIEF JcsncK 'rA K\-" Inspector," the seize the gifts" of her geographical position, held in St. John's Church, Tallahassee, December when we' elievo.that their credit as a people Extra .... _I. $9.75 a *1055

otri ariel iutqlerant spirit Know Nothingism, Washington correspondent of the New York and make them exclusively her own:" tho 12th, 1855, the following pr(am. and the'credit of the.State demand it.- Bacon Sides,. . 13 c a 14|,

: The Board has had no commun tion'.with Shoulders,. ... .. 11 e a 11}
and who choose* to ally himself politically Courierand"EnqfJirer'under date of the 9th We and resolutions were unanimously adopted: Politicians are very.cautious on tho subject
I the Brunswick Company and is not advisee Hams, . .. .. HJc a 15
illustration contradicts the statement that the Chief: WHERRY, -U pleased Almighty ia lib wise will nbt ouch it unless !
Demaferatie As a striking > bn oftaxea-they compel
the party. Oo
c. with of its plans and purposes but BO far as we Trori.Ieoco.'to'take out of this during the Lard, .. ... .. lljo a 12.
,4 of this remark, we ask Know Nothing Justice is being detained'by dfficiai business may judge from correspondence with prominent past yttr, Mr.'Joirx.J. Rwua Recording Seere. ed by necessity. And the people have this Mess Pork, per bbL,. 819.00a 20.00

Democrats inwardl! to digest the cominonli at Baltimore. He states that Mr' Taney is. citizens of Savannah, our position is appreciated :tary, and1 the Hon.'10 & and the Hon furtherjjuarantee that those who make their Prime U 818SOa

i of the central Know Nothing organ inS confined to his house by sickness and that I and Savannah will seek a connection J&4A0H. BKOXUO.V,f1te of,this Society; laws are subject to them alike} )themselves, Sugar,. .. .. .. '4oa 9)
I I with us at the point we Indeed Rtxslitd, That Tfe Lave beard with siuctra Molasses j>er gaL... ... 30 o g **
propose. tege and ,
his of
the inst. unable commit
relations 7th physicians though they
this city.on the newiutlitical so zectfrtt3' on wero of their death, and deeply deplore their toss may errors judgment 40
it is beginning to be seen in Savannah that Whiskey.i : . ; 3110"
of'that i when it would be prudent for him to. with tbcir fumiliea b thuir bereave their interest Is <
editor : lo state heartily mpathize own personal
assumed the former always a 10
by 9'CI
: I her interest w ill best be promoted by a connection ment.JJetofvfd. Rope. ... .. .. .
; print 4.1\Ir..Clid>y. We need not quote thbteconatnnUat remove to Washington. I with us as far 'UK as Hamilton county That their names fee recdrdod,'e.ptive pledge for their sincerity and honesty of pur India Bagging,. ..... .. Hlo. a 15

length., It is i sufficient for our The.age of the.Chief Justice is very advanced inasmuch as she will thus be brought into ly on a blank page of the Ilacordd of pose. G.
to that the Sentinel charges the arfd his presentattack awakens t the most I communication with East and S tth 'Florida, with the date of their death. Office.. In': Tallataw i 22r

I purpose lay serious of bis friends and as well as with the Middle and West.DPCLITVK Jletoleed, That a copy oHhfe.Rcenutol b for According to a Paris correspondent of the Superfine Flour,. $11.00 a 12
with\ havu abandoned apprehensions .
gentleman! referred to ff warded the families of decd, tlt'fley .... 14.00
t_ S t te National Intelligencer, the cost of the Eas. Extra ', ,. -/ a
r ,. President./. .' tern war greatly exceeds one million of dollars Bacon Sides,. ;.::,.'.;': 16 .c a 161 I

a, ,.lo"the Democracy. How could period of twenty years over the Supreme TCCKY. -The Paducah Journal and j'iduah W. E. EFTM, Recording Secretary. per day. This is indeed enormous. Suchan Shoulde ,.. .......). 1 4 e a 15

rti- bo if1 wl'Whtg party has ceased tn exist Coutt of the-United States with distinguished I active outlay, long continued must produce Hams,. . .. .!.. 15. C 4 18

g_ distitictorganization; and the Know ability. Speculations i in regard. to the snc- American, both know nothing papers From disastrous results \to the nations immediately Lard,. .......:. ..... .. 15 0 a* 16 k
.__. aI a during the late Kentucky election have been Walhigon.V.UIIXGTON Mess Pork .$25,00 '
--' be : engaged. It is -aid that of 80.000 horses ,. ,. .. a
already to
? Will have begun .
; NCthng.Di'd..er' e notlts| : suCC!BSpr cessorship sold at sheriff's; sale, and brought 8700 anfl' \ proceedings sent to the. Black Seaby Erancte, only 10,. Prime ." . .82aOO a :

I : _: !Se er i 5rmusttho! ; .iufereuce at the capitol $000 respectively. A few days ago'a know.iothlhgoatOr of House tho Senate'has been are unimportant occupied during the OOO-r ri1sin. The Bother 70,000 either per. Sugar.a.'i.. 10 c.CI, It

that**tfifijKnow.Nothing: party'was the Thef ished'in' battle, or throqgh exposure, fatigueand Molasses,.. . ; .... 45 o a
during and
canvass was defining
: n" M"Xt Xt' *} i'elieir-at-hiw" of'diesuppoiition ,er The steamship Crescent City was )lost day with personalexplanations neglect. The average qost'as about Whiskey . .;. .. 55 o.a 60
|. whippe /8 slavery for certain of their by
/I< '-: ?- tthe 7th inst on tho Bahama "Banks, du. a aud the election 8100 ejtch, and about a* ranch more to convey Rope,.. : .: ....- 12 c a-. 12v *r
_: ....:. iofe : riiig; herrj\iawge from New York to New Or- period, a punishment for some offence against was no balloting for Speaker, tlyira to the Crimea. India Bagging;. . 19 o .$ .JJi >._ _
_ .- 'h udJy s obdox- i i tho.hws. So seems farther off than ever. 1 I .
says exchange. ,
and mails all, saved.
_ '.' ,dlI'erteLlbi.s'Vo.l lean Crew, passengers I I _

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.Cotton Mark". .> 'V.pecemberja : A.Bargain. Dissolution of Copartnership.THE Land For Sato. ao.}. -*' f, I V 0, ..' .4" --

-. aa J IBM.- C"r.uJIAUU C\Y be bad in a fife Sett of' 'CutUge furnitur(..-,. Partnership beretafore existing betreen M. & rnIIE subscriber offers for sale bit entire I.pjrefaS.e8; RflFS.J3U3.rI&oso -1JJ : -J..t" { -i- ____

a art'ic tkriD' the pr\. Call ILt1 ,
Th. trnsetitIQ .tb tGaT'ked du It DeM. Dec 15, 1855. 50 been from tnis day.dissolved by mutual eoseeot. All! Jefferson county, on the, GroYerville Road, SO miles 1'&O : 5 '-'

ekb' been Lh.tttJ u .' persons indebted the said'nrm* please come forward from Talla.asse and'% miles from Monticello. About TIlE BL1MORPpVE OUSEtD ,,a J ..

; ;;. b'of4I ng-tbe eales pr.ly fOOtID P)1Q In Store and for Sale. anti settle their accounts immedi&tety" ind atl! those 100 acre .f said tract j ill low land partly drained. th. : 1.. --

t tt'D. 18 .re''nlluoroaUy ,11Oct for CASKS Bacon Side. holding aecounU against us will present tltea (or. set equal to any had iu Uw State. About 180 acres tinder XAUtActtZZ&3 w.. .. the eDtn iDumLm iM M7 1il1 ,

about .. O bales- .Ip coatiuaea, to :011 'lQ low1y.I1 I .- 3 2 Tierces Hams, tlement. It!. & P. RUPP. good fencing. A xlwetKnsr and out buildings, a SCOTT'S. PATENT. .. low.ift.x **
The I ;tnd 't tm Bbls. Lard, Dec. I 15. 1855. 60-St [Sent. copy. ne\ pn hqiue shad screw. Call ADd examine for vourelveo. .-.... SSf b4 6B' M
frolD 61 to f.S's 6 Regs A. CHINA.Dec. L: .. G 'purt bI"", 4D.llr..
rEge in _
very .
h V i coroe _
W.I -
artica'tlloa .
jjad.Tbii" 1 Hhds Sugar. Notice. 8, 1855. 49-3. ales in'our linlt
1' Fi'e bIrf.. ". .
.ith du'1ple at 14 tO 1. :10 Bbls Extra Flour weeks after date 1 hall apply to the Honor. terms a. IIICUPI\It

-eey.t eeta cbnnc .for a blPplllg arQgoo& -un1".IUVFrnglal. SO S. p, SIX Judge of Probate for the County of Jeffersonfor Notice. .Contractors.'S II and will be d\i1NcI'.ki.qtJJ. I

.Tb e at St \.1 IU'k a. C Sacks Rio Co o(, letters of administrat on, on the estate of Charles Ejonr. QFFIC PcjirtcoUsVio. 'Giro.It R. t I wI sel. ere, diac-ripli. lIf .B1a 8 .
ftcerl 1krtdil. _ _
bem' T4LLAIISS3IE 1855.QELEI9 J..dit.-
ere Ct Brogn- 5 zes Star Candles, D. McClellan, late of said County ( Weased. qvemr. f sd DdIn..
DElI lefia
BROO\lE.. S Bbls Molasses, H. V. McCLELLAN. PTOOSAISwihl1e 'received at this Catdiiiitre', .

3 Vinegar,. ? Aucilla Plaot tion, JcfU-rson Count)'. C:" rrhjeefrY1h.! J GiqWiwg, Clearing Graduation t I z ties .od colors;Straw Boioits tll.the latest .tj4,l-,: .

-.A- OBITUARY. Tobacco, Soap, Stardi, afld mtrry othm thnps? for Deo... 15, 1855. .M Trestle,Bridging. and Culvert Maaoury, and the furtb Mitkst 5fldb$12t1tUl,

EooAR T. lion sale by S. S. KNIGHT. ._ __ __ _u _____ nil'hil.t (*'Cross rf\ci. LX the lift Division of thePccIAa -t BU"Qd Jt5u.neW Ribbon -,,.
city on the OthJ'oaL. December 16, 1855. TO nail f G between TallaLasMddUou Htbind If.fa .
DIED, 10 thi mmths andor Teacher Wanted lIrgilRail Road, I .dfjlJJ1ti.! ,;
fifteeo Black
a'7/jd ----------- scIm1 1 froja tie 10th to tie 17tb Decem- ,
r. B. aol C. 0 Bro1. TEACHER Is wanted to take charge of the Mon- RieamM9111.-"i: .' '
lJDe t.
GCorgia-Military Institute, ticello Male: Jemy-fr information apply CORN AND COB MILL. Embroider l IhiCIotrne eam n dlerchidl.
.1C'eoty-eisbt dar Father e alJ} littl AIfO fif the 2d Divl'ion of the Road, between .Mirtd
The great ooJ 8pirtul MARIETTA tit W. DENilAM. Chairman Committee. Ma.lison and A'ligatur, from the 20th January to the Patented May IGtfj 1854.-Copyright and Eatracti. .
Providence .. ',
oCbill inscrutible Monticello, Fla, Dec. 16, 1855. 60-81 Hair Bru b* and Combs, _
bit J rea. '10 ,1."eraM, of do-ae.tic Academic year i is divided! into two cessions of 1st February :' secured March 1st 1855. Oiugbam"lat ..ty '
casket THE .AMOrUd
. the
(rom plane and of the Divisions will
f remOFe months each. The Tentl Session commences Profiles respective .tjhes
Wanted. Pii-t I&kf ,
.baa.eeD litta! jewel to make desolate. on the 20th of FCQRUA&V next and ends on the be exhibited at this office on and after the 10th December [Any infringrment vpon theabavf villo:ffottcuttd:, Freoeh awl Relish
iappiDeLI tLit earth. ne. W. deeply' .ympa, 19th of JU.T. BY a College Graduate: a situation as Tutor in a aid! 20th January. And the Proposals will be to the exttnl of the las, .] Auort soil Irwh BinT Linen.Eye Dilp, .
once joyoo. family or u a small etLool. Address Tutor, the 17tli for the IgtDivLjionanJ # 4.-p -- Russia
Je oprned on December .
,f the deceased I1t11e The Cadets are dIvided into four College Casses.? Damask Brown .n1 Ble M with the heartstrickcn parents Quincy Floridy. the lilt for the 2d Division.The LITTLE GIi T.tfebscribera T ile ,
tbie The Annual Commencement Ukes place on Wedues on February > Brown Duincttic assorted. .
admonish thai? to bow in humble submi pecember 8, 855 48 work will be divided into sections about :and .
] b01 and day before the 20th of JULY. HE having secured the right from LiMA and lIed Ticking,
to the bind that deal the blow, and ackuowledge ACAnEMICSTAFF.CoL mle in length to suit convenience of biddeis. T SCOTT, to sell the CORN and CQB MILL O naburg 4i.J1i1iDtJt\ .
.ion Provisions. .i.ga04 aM
Stockholders will have the of ottier bid
of hi. decree, and say "Thy wilUnd 'r preference known u the LITTLE GIANT," are now preparedto Ca.ttZ lf. r.P.na.Pensi1s
A. A. M and Fools .r
BRUMBY Superintendent
' tbe saprewscy f) BBLS. Potatoes Black Currant JeHy dew at the same bid. All contractors except Stock. in workmanlike .. .
be don<-." Prof of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.Capt / execute promptly, a tLaroBgh Envelopes and Wiifew./te., dCe..aaori.m4nC -
0 O holders, will 1 b lake uf their
required > a
fond .
oot ours, +J Onions, ,in crates Catsiip.bIds. part pay all orders wholesale and retail; of sajd Milk 'UtnM aaci 1301' RftlJt
Commandant of Cadets :. .
THOS. R. McCONNELL, John Bull and )Vopccster. in Stock, preference being given to those who willtakt
; The reputation won by tlieso Mill for the past t the latest rtyl. :
and Professor of made.1utWnlt i
ETHEOPIAN CONCERT. Engineering. Baltimore Herring, shire Sauce the largest amount throughout the United States is a sufficient guarantee Bowl Slo, BroganaOaiteri .iW 910'
. Mr. V. H. MANGET, Prof of French and Historr. Codfish, Prraeryed ftuin WM. H.<3 itlFFIN, Cluef Engineer. year of its utility and established character. It has Gent*'Calf' ".., ,.t' .
JOE SWEENEY Mr. W H. HUNT,A. M., Prof of Chemistry and En* Tit. Pears. ;- -
OLD Butter, and labor to bring theMill
Literature.Mr. coat a large amount pf mcejey Boys Shoes of nil khvJt,
Prince of Banjo Players, will give two Grad gush. J. B. GOODWIN Prof of Drawing. Raio'ma, Do. t amsoD"nRVE'A.tuck'hut. Notice to Contractor's. to iia present state of fe ionRnd i is now offered Ladies Kid alir'pen, white.and Uaek.

THE"&rta at the .ou4-IJuUseifl. bia City.on MUll.IY Capt. R. S. CAMP Assist. Prof. of Mathematics. Citron Do. Blue E&fixKm'd PFKICE PE.VSACOLA & Gr.o. R. R. )! to Planters Stock Feeders and others, as "t complete : I. welt Buskin,

&nl Tedav Eyeniiigs.. 2-4tb and 25th in"l1"11. A. CONNELL M. D, Surgeon. Th,. Raspberries TAi.LAnjvs.stE FLA!, DECEMBER lor, 1855. J f article of luephajuani, simple and practical in use to1J.aek and brown Lasting Oaken

"v"-,1 --1 ..;:. tJ. .....l a..vMilt.IbwprWe 1 lie XU. t.llutl".l( :. .....1... .!.. .1.. w.il_ __.1 VMMViMfvAmeul I' I Hasplx-rrv Syiun. riniIE times of letting of the Contracts on the PenJL and durable in construction Jt i ij pronounced by eV'1 co. F.xod ** ;: -

f : 1) orS lIpeIl.f1t -perf."m1ane to com eta Coard of Trt .tee', in coujunction5tli, aBoard Lanl.ng; ana ti'l"":r 1tr t.., .\Ur.HT.t ORMOND. c.icvJu. A Georgia llu.l linud are changed as follows ery body to be the most important article of the -'I Tie" I-

In.nl'e at 7 precisely. (Visitors appointed by tLs Go\nior of the : now in use.not only well adapted for grinding cob calf Shoes. high and low qautt.

December 22. 13551ThirtyFive: l-U Slatf'. i __New__ Pf-it._ _Deem.Ui____ 8,_i5.Soap.. _. .9 d That ptrt of th. limo between Tallaha "ee an.' the meal for I'lock,but irrits orfinehommony for the table, OrntsJlLoes, : -

--- I By an not of the LrjriO.vture, the 7"titution, hahn ; j iK-illn Hi,vr will be I'tflt Tallahassee on the 2 let, ile &c. The" LITTLE GIAN''ri'ceived FIRST I. Ci iOc! P.aj" .

Dollars Reward. frnih.J with 141)) Cadets! Ill.kl'tnflll! Aecontivmenls. -! ; December; I PREMIUM at the late Agricultural Fairs Missouri. fine Cd ""m:re' H H

the! fright; {.ithc 17th in.L,1 I : nc 1 In Firld Pittercon>-i>ti"{ .r fomsix: i L 9 f BOXES XV 1 ROlr. lauding per bug G. T. : 11i.it part of the line between the Aueilla and the Kentucky, Maryland. and other States, and that in Cents and H.j* Caj'B aborted .

STOLEN\ ti"n ia; M.1ni C'Jiit I fMiuiuUr brasi ".c3 a.id two twelve poukdcx llowitters. -1 I q.Varl, and) f'r tnl low bv I I Suwtnllt' I i'rwi; be let at Madison C. 11.on the I the most"complimentary manner. The No. 2 Mill is I I. Italian Cravats and 3arf "

Hurida. a DARK BAY 1JtRS. btrI1 McXA UG1IT d ORMOND. :J7th. lA-cmiUr; And warranted to grind ten binhls of feed per hour with 14 Siflc Stock* and neck Ties
the_ _fj'.l'twing marks: n pecu'.i-ir white f:<>e exten.lsiur: Tiu' pfiin1ndf.'L rnd the Commandant n rep ad New. Port. December 8, 1855. 49 I That |'p.nt nf the line between the Snwannee River one hor>e, n.tJ offered at the LOW PRICE of 55.all A good uaMHtment"f Gents. Linen 8ornsSUrlfan.t
I W Kr.l tie institute is the -- ------- -- -- -- and Alligator will be let at the complete, ready fur attaching; the horse. No. 3 Mill, I.
down the whofc face to tle! n"se and curving to OIKni ate s of t'4 Poht. r.s np'ii I| Alligator! on Int. Feb- J&yhv"I "
j, as well as temeialxsrc Iii.! hind feet wInto.[ on. We-t plan the ]>ubio! may bo a.ured lint i'i ijov- Window Shades. t tuiy nex1. It'M. .M. GRIFFIN[ ;, at ?65. grinds fifteen bn he-l3 per hour and No. 4, at I All (
hM: ;white of the fie f.rt-A g".l 'addlo b- fe, I frnuii'iit discipline .,uJ coin ee c'studicb: will Le strictIv i I ,to VERY IUM.NKII: ,,* iaHortm< nt Window, Shades., Chief .nginetr.December ?75. grinds twenty bushel per hour w:tL two Lornct Town either f'* fah ,r approTcd credit!

.t da well under tie *acii:>. draws we'd i-i !.ii.gk i/i .:' with all neet"ai" FI t'IH'O. For s-ile bv 8, IF:;. 43 ,Adding freight and charges.ROBBINS I September 22. 18SS. .*.3 .
I 'fliIJrccJ.'J'E )h At lilI1'; A O1nlO D. ----- --- -- ---- --- I & BIBB.
double harness also a Radii! worn in f-I'1t fioin R MSTuiion. I '

iu; a pan, bridle, and saddle cV-th m.i'J4 ,.f !},,lrn'-I ( Boird. Waahinu;, Fuel. Lijhtu, HJe (.f Mu- New Pirt. Dfcnnibor P, lf 5.:. ,1'J) I Executor's Sale i December I, 1855. 43 I Ii NEVGOOD. ) ? .
-- -- --- ---- ------ '
Teud'>llnrs reward will b given fr the hf1r i*e. ami all otli, fusion i -
I 'i-irinii asd 'r c'.iitin.rent fxpcusc, per Of Ural and Personal Estnre.
t1l"ruty.fi.e) dollars for the BI'P""II'UI'1elf tht thief | nf tive ni'tnths.: advance! fi 11 2.u.urge'ii' ; Tin \Vare.I N of decretal order of his Honor J.Wales THOMAS WHITE I: TOW'L.E & MYERS .,,
.hi. weft, li.n-e worth at lea t i I i FI'LL Al 1"1 Tubs aborted I pursuance I' '
He wa nnkilll way I fcIHT annum. >.r. j jPels I A ]T'ply. Bathing Baker I by reesit
I 1 Judije dated the 5th day of October : .oow receiving
aad dolhis. .1 V Si7CO. and Patent }Pi ., Can, Arthur's nntlLwl1w' I ARE
hundred fifty infomiati'in obtain : f.- -rving
one ">ui dIrilIg luilufr can A D. 1855 we will offer forsalc before the Court TV MANUFACTURER of Copper and She(t Iron I v );from New YMka '
JOIIXB-LlPaCOMB. I of the Regulations"! by addrcossu: the Supciintentlent. :| Patent. 1'or n-df bv I ..1Yl'iare M\d .de.dcr i in all kinds of Plain and Fancy .
ci-py 1 il'.use door iii the Town \f Quiricy, on Monday the I : _ ,.onableand well elected .to4t.oI.; \
ll'en,1855. I j 4t.bday of February: next A. D. 186 the following I Tin V'arc-Sj tahes! pleasure in "informing the citizensI I Walcrtf.s and Jewelry, .
Drocmbor 8 iSo. 49 \
Ni-w Poit. j
ANDREW IIANSELL, Srcrelar/ that be is '
described 7rnl and Personal property belonging to I of Tiillahassee and the surrounding country, :
DR.. T. J.. CUR LEE.. lJiC en Ur 15. 1855. 50-Sm j -- --- --ii-;; the estate of,Ox- Fillyaw ,dew.inod ttvwit : i now prepared to waiton nil that with to patronize :' C.ID"iding, of Renfleraeu's co'd bontini leVtrl,1aditi

DENTIST Twelve linndred acres of land, the greater portion !IIirn, iu his line of bus-na; lie also tewJen histJianks j gold! levtm.. silver.lever, ''Iuntin@. nnchor:lepine and

Public -Land Sals. I GOD() n"rt lflflt l.fdl.:1P l lIllJitn ':eoni.ittiHg i i-le.irod! brine a claim situated -on what is generally [ to his fiicods and tho public) een"ndly for the very '{u\rlii-r Watches; CameoMosaic. Coral and all gold
R"ACTICEi: i iu ThyOrn"\'ille, C,i.. and M.iriti"lland ; \ .I necklaces, gold and' jet creese
I> III pitt of Can Scat, Pittlor and! Lining! Itounit'liairs km.wri ".l.r Jf'' Purchase, ," ab.'ut tert miles liberal patronage with which he has liTetofi.re l been bosom pins'an .earrings
... 'V'OTICE lnr.bK VH, that in jriruhn': of in as., \\'e"t I
Iuli\1c. H*. Ki* rri me lo\\er than w au'l l 1Jket1 for hair fkjid daguerreo"fvpe
: : ; Bureau's vith and! witli.n.t ula" s ; 1 l.iirli and of the fo'iyn ijnippy.. Sixty. Ni'sm'-s of all favored and he lr>pcs that n continualk cf the same *. bo'in p'M
i iL.an3 ( one |
: of tli ( 1\1
..1 i-tr.iclion from tl!. C'JOIII.i-'I'llI'r Jn" : ages, ...
other Dentist i iu the S"uth. ansi !bAif! la'ge sfHtment nt
'hose / a
M/JLn oflke, tinier. authurr.y: vu-U-d in him, by the 5th l I..w poet Iied-(-ads ; W ah !5tai.dd, lowel IStanJc, of wliMii'&riifM, forty/; prime woiking' baud will be granted him. : golj brajvlets;
-q- etc. etc. For site X y Twelve head bf Mules and! Ilurecs He will constantly keep on hand'TuB supply cfall! tine plaiu, diamou'. rnby. pearl and g met. onyx And
,1 I ,
:.rti"a of the act of Control, Ajiprnvod S Augiiht
ElRE"a : j : : j McNAUGHT &c ORMOND. One joke of Oxen, sorts of Ware usually kept iu an establishment of his '! cornelian) .finger/rr? 'gs"gentlemen's diamond. pins
18-lfi. to o/Ter./ ut puMic talc on tho1th '
: Jrncc COLE 1'3
no.J. L Si'ABD: } l day of February nost_at this office, the following I! ----- --. ----_.-- .- ----- --- Two Ox Carts. Sheet Lead ; Lad Pipe.; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Pumps, j I II. great variety of stud. Cue gold vest, fob and guard

JCDOK 'LOVE. f Tjjoinaivr.le, Ga. tracts of public lands to wit: Crockery, Glass and Earthenware. Also the the 6th and a great many other articles too numerous to men- j chains seals keys, gold and slyer pen aDd pencil ca-
following Saturday
I on (being Jay
DcKiioni'fTracl. S.c. T 1m. Jil7/r. .4 rt'f*. I -l taclct %ad sjl-
WITS Esc gold
Q i ard 'ld, 5il'teruJd i jp ,
tion. ads K
and bvI.L
assortment received fur tale "f bni.iay,} will be luld on tl.3! I'hutatlon: above I. I i iTO -
4S 3K 160 SO '
NE .
i' 12 VGOOD *
tbiuibles.r .
McNAUOHT i OlUlOXD.J .leicibed : BUILDERS. j ver .

Plantation for Sale. 1 jI N S E Wi": i .' 'S ff IIJO.160.30 O J New P..rt. December S. lS3 r. -19 __ __ Fifteen hundred bushels of Corn Tin Roo.ittering. Copper and TinJ2ontbcting v j! jf:nc Ct"-Jpi"7 coil CJuiis.Dintwr .

OFFER for sMe my Plantation coiiM-ting of elev S Wi.. .. 160.SO Five thousand pound of Fodder, Pipes etc. all of which he promises to do 1.1 the most i. naJ .h l n alorik I ;iitl Tjithou \Jci, jkniVy

rn hundred and twenty acres ((1120) of Land, fven :cl:1:: 13"' 15 I Salt. Salt. AI*o. a lot of Cattle Hog, :. work.mnD.lika manner and style, and of the best ma j and forks in setts, carvers iad .t 18iDt *.'fia=* <*- I

hundred ((700)) .f which i irj under cultivalimi with N W i ., 1: 2 IVERPOOL and,] Key West. For cnle by TOE ler with a lot of plantation implements and U'rialon/ shortest notice and most reasonable terms et cutlery, shears, scissor and razors; fits 'double i

f.KvJ fencing. It i is situated eleven miles North.o.ielof S E .. u n I-212C.50 I I J McNAUGIIT i- OI lvXD. utt'n.il conoi-.tini? of Plonglis llovs. and an excellentGin : Having been engaged for the last eight years in I barrelled )laminatetjrteel and stub twist guns common I

Tallahassee two miles We"t of the Tlioma'vi!! SV t JL .. II 4' 1 I I:2 New Port, December S. 1S.::. 49 with other articles gi-Lerally used in carrying on'' business at this place he thinks it unnecessary to recommend guns, shot poiiehes of variuue patterns, Sue an4 I

ra1 (*Li D'jncankville)) and al,.int thr.'< 'nI'" fn-ni i .t '(. I, T 1" II I ______ a farm. I hi'nscif any further to the public as regardshis common powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely't cap aa4 I

ihf line of the c-witemjxated; Railniad from l'"l1.hB U 2, St 80. Hardware. Tmit nf Sole:-The land and Negroes will be capabilities as a mechanic, but at the same time he wads, wad cutters, and materials fur gunsmitL

*e! to Tll.'Ul'jII\1.le. About five Iiundifd l5f,lj) of it i- 4. 41 "S co IS S?. I !-sortroeiit of all i'oos! mol"y! used Lere-' vjd upon.a,credit of one two. and three years; the i assures all that favor Jam with a call.,$oqd work, and Silver and Plated Ware '

aret quality poe land the balanci' l.aniniui.-k. For I It 44 4. II It 1. J.VFULLa 1r E.al le bvMtXAUGIIT purchase mOney to be secured by a mortgage upon i cheap prices, silver I
JartLar Informatiun, Upplv' to m$ on th1 pr.njs.'eTLT03. ; co 5, 45 J-0. I ; A ORMOXD. the property and bond, with personal security,to be Having removed fiom the old stand formerly Jcnown Silver table, desert' And tea ind spoon knives.forks!oop

A. BRADFORD. II I. 4. 71. New Dect-mbir approved of 1the. Judge, of Probate, the same to as White i Sluwer, be will be found at his stand corner and en-am ladle. .ttotter pickle plated.
ti. Port 8 1SS5. 49 !
and fruit bskeU.
De embcr 22. 1S55. 51.4w ., 7, .. II OS. dniw iitere from the dav. of sale at the rate of eight of 200 foot street, where ie will be glad to waiton ; forks and _puonasvaltfi-castor*,, -
23T"Ma'on-legr.nph an.l Thomj>\i'le: Watchoiancopy J i: i of s w tw :6 oi v 4 W t-IIJ'' Cooking Stoves. I per cnil pv annum payable annually. 1 or the other all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.Dec. | butter. electro plated\'ea ajvl creani.ttti.d.ijjheSj'cnnrober and service t,

p1eLit 4 time and *eu-l bills tu tliis r>iT:>*. i ufs E I. 80.03 property. all sum.* tinder fifty dollars, cash-sums 1,1855 48Seed sugar, parlor
i" _
\ ---. I V REAT; vnnVty. from 10 inch Il'trnp..lilun| over.that amount to be secured by notes with !i candlesticks, salt ears, boquet'noldew, .*card aid. 1

SALE. I All p-ernrr having, pro em pi inn riijl.ts to the above 1 down to fbiuJr widow.1* For tale cheap by p,'ix>nal security, payable twelve months after approved date, Oat .:. : flower'baskets and brittannia ware. ,? ( I
land, are ad: iied to make; pri ell.f thereof! and payment; NAUOIIT ))FtMONI). sale : .
.. and also bearing the same ja'e of interest from the X f\f\ BUSHELS of superior qualU. for by, MhClltIIICOIM4flIdCB.1Adi.d
"TILt.be !nld at p'Ioutcry, on the 25th .nit.. beirethe dar aoo'vej It(' flMMi I'r 0. CO''III. Icew Tu. I, .f'-C"'I".r iI. 1 '&cc 4" .
at the rieti'i i JohnV.. Ht"rrinbtA ieof -- I j rncnt (.f the aid sale, ftkerw5 t 1h-ir! I iht'iJI bf 1-------- -- .-- U".' 1" rHJLJ HOPIOXS I OWEN L. A JAMES A. FILLYAW.Kx'cutors .
I "
jrittnCE' Eliza J. Jerkins J-ceased. tw., likelv nrc rfeited. S. W. MYERS: Rogl it.'r. Iron.LARGE of Giscar Filhaw 1, 1855. 48 i iron, and morocco port monaies, pearl card case*, *- ,
J. ARGYLE lictcivtr.Dec. : ral beads;'cocaL necklaces! *ad *rmleUjet braceleta
girli. Jane and S'wnn.' pertvof ilie Etate of paid) :
i \ arsortmpiit :all .i7"-'. f..r pale by "cpmh"r 8, Ib55. 49 !otlce. : and
hair tooth
Eliza: by order of his H"CClr I D.) W. Gvtyun, Judge of I 15, 18.15. 5i-&w \ Mt-NA L'GUT ORMOXD.. ------ -- -- - necklaces, and bosom pitw. napkin rings .
--- -- virtue o/an order of the non.J.WaylesiEaker.Judge brushesbtt revivers shell buffalo.ind rubber and
Pr 'bate, Leon County Fla. Ali : New P.>rt. },crm.for S. 1"TT>. 4'.i 1 Executor's B H
All the perishable:oporty of said eelato. at th- Andrew Female College, Notice. of the Circuit Court ot the )1i..MYe. .Di.- ivory combschina and .prax. dollajajor; .stro and l|

flame time and place. alt>. At the fame ,time and! ALL pmoin having demands against the Estate of trict of Florida,. .undersigned: adiniuutratrh of the money !belts: ,cigar cases feaLM(;,duster pat Wand
;place. at private wile a likely negro W4iinan with hero CUT HBERT, CBORCJlA JOHN 11. LLOYD) : :hn Parkhill I late of Leon County, deceased, estate of James S. Hell, deceased will.sell at public dtor bells,JboL.sini' n ghus ndb D.tl vile. and busketa -, .

joel u'l creditor's and before the Court House door in the .tOwn of terracotfayfts( ,*nd 'pitchers, perfume bottle. |
"-o c ilJr. n. Term* made kllo.n CI a dsv of sslo. of this Institution will be suspended i tig Iq itct'I. persons entitled to outcry .
W. B. MILLS, AdmV.Docember I T'HEoxeiciscs evening. DfO'iubt-r I "tb. at ,:hid, .A'1.1.c11on.eer,. "itr ibuti"'I. are hereby notified to present the \lmt'l I Madison, on the l!t day of Janu ary.next the..followin jewel case's, ceLtre auspen ja:and,_wde lamps. lampshades

22. 1855. i 1 (S.-nf C.nw. I time a Cviffit of Vncul a,..] Iijttrinnrntal MH*;C MERCUAXTA without delay to the tin:leis-i;;nod Executor and Exec i ;/ described lands lying in Madison County, Florida.: chimneys and wicks, viilins and bows guitar.'

will!! be given by the Prrii.s the CtPle CLap, COMMISSION utrix. and; are also nutitit-d/ that their claims and demands The N W i of the S E 4SE.of-the: S E J.S Wi banjoayjtambdnrines. .ccord OI. Clarionets, flutes and

:FLOYD & HOLLAND under the J :cetio: of Professor U noskl.: I will he bared at the l'ira\iCln\ pf two years of the S E i of Section 3. Township 2, Range 10 N & fifes. uitnr and viohiutrriugsue cologne l and other
: accoidiiuj to the etntutes of fhia State, unless Exhibited E ; and the North i of the S E'ofSectIoulO,Township perfumery;%nd a goneraTa'sortmenl of Toys. I.

Attorneys at La-w. THE TEDICATlOy I COTTON BROKER, I \\'itl .u thr.t .period. .2, Range 10, N t E, containing two hundred WatoLes indjewalry rtppired prunptyandiu. ). the
TILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Mi.1.]1. Andrew Female Ollegi by a Sermon and Tjcr G FO. A\r. PA RTCIIILL, Executor. acre rrior.e or les. Terms one third cash the balance best nianner.Octol .

T and Vfe.t Florida, and in the Supreme C..urt appropriate oxeic-ireS from Bishop Andrew will take TALLAHASSEE, FLA. LUCY B. PAHKHILL Executrix. on a credit of on4 -apd two years, bearing interest at } r 20, 1855. . 42 -

(>the State. Also in the Di-trict Court of the Uui place on Sundiy, the 12th January, 1856. The III- prepared to attend to nil kind) of sales in the cit. December 8, 1855. 49-S 8 per cect, tnd cotes VStb approved-security. _ _ _ _ i

ted States, in the Northern Di-trict of Florida. fctitution will! resume its eJ'IciIn Monday, the rS and) county of Leon:-It, al E-tate, Negroes Cotton ----. ------ -. MATIL-L BELL, Adra'x. WILLIAM: P.

\ ..J. FLOYD. OffIce: Apalirhicola, Fa.! HV'I, under the f&llowiug newly organise*} FnrnilunHor.es' Mule. Carriages Uugjies; .'.; 10 lIDS. BACON, December 1,1855.. 4fe-t D. P. HOLLAND Office Quiucy, Fla. FACULTY : West India Fruit and Merchandise of description 3" Shoulders, -
every T.11'a-h s < .DMANUFACTURER a.
Sale. 5 .
Dec. !2 Ib55. Plain Hams ,
51 2
R'v. WETVIAX 1L POTTER A. M, President, Prof. ic. II
I Mat Ilemaha.e. AUC'TIO.DAYS : 10 bbl. Mess Pork in store and for sale.byj BY virtue of a writ of fi. fa. to me directed, i issued OF Copif R,Tir A: i

FKESH GROCERIES Rev.JoHN CALDWELL, A- M, Professor Mental HOPKINS t MEGUfNISS.Deo. the Clerk's qffice of the County of Leon. box WAKE, WHOLESALE AD RnAtL'DX.LEK

and Moral Science.Jnu.V Wednesday and Saturday---11 O'clockj ]85. 48 Middle Circuit of.F-lor.ida, wherein the Union Bank of iy PLAIN FANcY AD JAr.A'f'fB .
A U..TJt JfJ.... Kr'tanffiHov. -- ----.-- -- Florida is, and#aley T..Blocker! Sheriff and
PER STEADIER C. Y XDERDILT.From A. fln*>rr. Groceries and Staple dry Rood Wholesale New Orleans. WUT-TAI PAUL, I'rof..Dcicct Lnngungea AU-) tail at tnis cneap,uosn t>torc. : Situation Wantrd.VYGJ7NG'GENTLEMAN Ex-oAunn AiLriinMiC-atar '..iine Sfajsart. deceased, : tit .
i English Literature.Mrs. JOHN Jt. LLOTD. is Defendant, I have levied upon and.asha1l. ,ofiTar for s-4. ,'

, f? B"BLS.:Cfige Sugar, (superior quality.. L. E. GuST, French, Botany and Crnament! D eemb.arS185;. 46' I graduate of New York from,one wish of sale at public outcry to the bighect bidder for cash, Wove *Jead1qiftfter..: .
1tJ 2 Hbdj prime Brown Sugar, Brandies. .. before the Court House door in the City of Tallahassee BfLKflDID assortment Cooking.. Parlor
------ -- --- ------ -- --
es a situation as tu'toWn.a emily, or as principal in
5 Tierces Canvass Hams Mrs.M. A. PARK Preparatory Department. Wanted. I an Academy. SatbfactofV testimonial will be given on Monday the '7th day January, 185, the following !IL.and'Wood Stores trimmed with tuatatM,
2 do. bagged dd. Mrs. B. R. LiGvo-sKi, Principal Music Department I with described lands to wit; Lot No. 5. Fractional and durability reduced,price '
good waken will find constant% regard to ability moral character, and successful
2 do. plain do. Miss E. LEVISESS. Teacher of Music.It TWO wagon m in his Section 19Township I, Range 1, N & W. Levied '"', Ont DoOr Wol' .
3 Bbls. prime Lard, will be seen that the Chair of Natural Science )' at Centreville, good prices pniJ.leD experience profession. as the property of sajd.Defepdaut,,a pd to.ba sold ,
without D. M. BEVERLY. Enquiries, elating salary Lc. be addressed to upon Ron Ornamental Fnxxl .
lC Eegs Leaf o lJ. will be filled.by President Giant,of Randolph College.lie Families! preferre may to satisfy said writaccoricling-to. .: ng; Guttering. Cop---
Ceutreville December) b 1855. E. li. BANCROFT. and Tin:,Conducting. : Sheet
5 Bbls. MIAIee! bungs the use for the InsUtution, at extensive ,: 49 D. HULL, Coroner. per ipes Lend.S'Htt
-- I St. Matthew's, So, Ca. Zinc Lejidilpea.Pa ot Cistem
S B-Xa Rais-MW, Chemical and Philosophical Apparatus, which under December, 1:55. 48 : mJ1lShop wed
5S Half boxes RL SODa / his skillful manipulations will be amply sufficient to DRS. DAVIS & OSBORN, December, 1855. 49Administrator's of every variety done at short DO et'. .,

25 Quarter do. do. elucidate any branch of Science taught in the_best of Surgical and Mechanical Dentists Advance.-onSea. Island Cotton. City nnd Country Plcrehanu
Sale. '
_2 Cases Preserved Fruit, Universities. ADVNCES made oa Sea Island Cot- Are'reBpeftfully fnvited-,to gun suez call hate,. poocbasilig -
16 Gross Pipe*. respectfully inform the cit .eekstfter date will be made to LIBERAL "*. .
President Potter and Professors Caldjvell and.Grant WOULD FOUR application to Charleston.by D. LADD. elsewhere. .-'. ,
..1 Bbl. Cranberries, were connected with the Institution in its infancy, its Tallahassee- peinity, Jl"CJg&Pcob&te for Leon Countl for leave New Port. Nov. 3, 1855. J4. Q5f" N. B. All articlcajcanofactned from the ve
10 Bbls. Whi..kf'\ that they are7Ern.anenhlylooated here, to sell the st hlf of the N of Section .
pat success and present preaptfrous condition are owing WI twent belt material aftd warranted durable.l No other article .
.15.d,. Mesa Pork chiefly to the efforts of those ent1emen. Their and offer tlulir professional services to the public.- five, iu TowI16hip, Rang''N do E ; cont.aiuingeigty A. Octxd.Mrs. will be offered for sale. ".

25" do. Extra Family Flojr: (fancy'branu.: ) character! f.r intelligence and moral worth is too well Having availed themselves of all the late improvement I acres more or less,.belonging to tb 'Eatale of John October 20, 855. 42

50 do. IJIntal(11'1.! ;In all its branches. willuttci.d ,.
30 do. do. various They ot said deceased.
Supeifine but the announce nKnt of i their Dames Dud position
her services th.Ladies of TiJlahasee)) bO'FIN-PRIN.GLE. '
,, to
to 1'illtnjf; 1'iit <; and tillg-rr-ctillg :
10, (hr,1ea.. i in the .! :! R. n. BRADFORD. )t OFFERS
make and and.! .
i iireguhu! ", IIutisig Ailitinal: Palates; directi/i. second EDWARD BRADFORD. fAainraDfccmtxr to inl"Bonnet Fan ;FA. C5 V O DEL m
ALSO : | TIE vaic crARTMET Dresses solicits share of their .
dtiittis: trcAtin1 di-t-aeiI i: guis: and' inserting 8, 1855. 49Marshal's cy iyd a literal -
Walnut?. Filbert! Nutmegs. Onb, S".da. (.Vj--p2r. Will c/intiune in char ( <>f tlat nvi1: 'T (,I f this fine any uuiiilnT: of i.rlitlu.ii: : tret'! from tine to a fl.lll1ctt. I ------- --- -- patiozage. Charleston, 8C. .' .
Vffcll Buck'-U. Bnvinif nnd mnJry other rtiolf.., too art PryC. LIGX03KI ullli c.ccomilithcd .SSI III;the lu. and 'LiiproVfd p.mciple, With continuous September ?z, 185. :8- .Jn. A NY consignment* of LONG and SHORT: BTA-

dinerons to mention. all of which we olf-r fur sale girne, thert-by rendering tlitai p.-ifectly life like, res "- Sale.* .- r.\ I'LE COTTONS <>theipm
-urfetawaj #a the liiosl re'*?i l iblc ttm. :ja 1 a' Kniali.profits. aGt.'l'l'C oa'o DErr.Ttr U.rlnir the mouth to it:> uutunil fulncBii, aud remedying B Y vjrtae of two executions issued from the U. S Strayed er was :Stolen, with their beAt attention. Reference can be hud *>f .

-BROOMED SHINE: all iiirfccfion| in articul itioi, and perform any other District C(/art fjr t he X url ht'ru District of Florida the encampment of my wagi. 'at Fort St_ JAMBA N. LITSCOMB MdLwn Couaty,.pr. R. E. fuzz. ,
December 22. 1* la fitted up in nw and! elegant sty's.! Importnnt in favor of Newbold and FROM I -
:1-St "pcuiu: !, or feat any cMe co. iectud with Dental one Russell, the other in (-- on tfie night of the 17th November, a DCY .
wf.l: be made the of the Instit : *
improvement by oin-ring l'
ef "n'JInd Jennings both 20. 1S56.
'i"rH'f' vur vs. David P. F UohrFresh. \
ti"ii. and (\.n' rffuit will Le ma I.- to rvndur itorcKpanu !large bay mare le.hltv.il1g. .one of her bind.feet..enlarged -
Butter New 1 have levL-d the "
Chees &c. comfortable I'd all the i ]Havipv: had !w.cral y"nrl practice in Nexr Orleans oin, upon following lauds, to junt above the hoof. A liberal reward will be Rice. .
: happy. Neatly ,
>'ER Rub Gamble t H. L. ; i.nd btinjjr duti-sof the Ohio Dcrtal College, they w-ii-: for the delivery l to Dr. English at Tallahassee or
< KuJgua. will -i'le in the ( wJ have tlJ'! ,
I teachtn re uU'g( : }"iing : W Kid Lot of Rice on the from Chalerrtoo
5 K>g Ooslx-n Butlci, ; Impe to give; tntiie citli&fjction to all vlio'niHy favor ThiESE1Section'l. } N W i and S E 4of Grace on plantation, of the mule, or fur A way fir eat
.10 dt). Backxrheat, Ladiex under th -ir imnieJ.H'-i; care. It is very tlesirable i i ihfuivitli their mtrsnagc. Piai'Jice: warranted con- N W 4 ,'cti"n8, and! W | S E 4 aud S W i of information respecting my it. any low by wholesale, by f3" D. LADD. .

160 Pounds assorts! Cand'as: r-n many account that: Stii'kr.tznvirna ui.taucorliould ultali"n ft-s-c and! chkrt-s rf'a \'naLle. Ladies waitedon .V W J Section :SO. and E i N W J Section 30, Township R, W. WILLIAMS. New Port, Nov. S, 186; 44 .

20 Bores E. D. C3ie se, n"nnfill the Coll'jOr.c; l.undrc-d arid fifty at their rt.sil'clle('. if desirid.Thobti 1. Range 4.8 it E ; and SEt j of NE 4 Sec. 25, Dec. I, 18:5. 48-4t '

2 ) bes, Pine Apples, 'l..lLtwill! ciivor the cxj" 'nse8 fur Boni; W fhinL'iglita dt'Miin their services in this and the adjoin- Township 1, Range 3, S (t E ; and N | of N E 4. andN Pro Porto .Publico; .' .

60 Cans Potavlie. I ) IiK-i-ifiitals end Tuition in the regular course log Counties, will IJe promjrtly attended to upon application of N W % Section 6, Township2Range4. S do E, RyeRyeRye1'ORSALE FIRST VESSEL. FOR i 1i4 L'ESTOH.. 1

.. 1 B->x Citr n. I iftt'ir half'- amimt in paid in a"rc. This does by letter. Ir otherwise. Terms cush, or and NEt of N E i Section 2. Township Range 3, -. &' Adds,' J3-rs MMe:, &led 1tom.
Just. received auJ f jr ,; cl>*np KvKttttdMP 'I a it iticlu'le Mus.c: or any of the extra Brandies. when rcquiicd. ,Office at the! residence nearly opposite S t E; and S | of N W t. Section Township 2, I October 27 BY, 185::. 43 KNIGHT. -"J'HE.J3rig fur this port 00 S.turdayl.,_.

---- --.- _.f- .:...... COSH1T10V OK THE CQLI.W.Z.: the Episcopal Church. Monroe! Sticet. The best Range 4, S J E; containing vuitLanJred aud twenty She will load for the pbbliG generally, without dMt-

Dec. 22, 16 s. 61-Ct r TI'emCfot OflVflCi'g; ; e i-lence cf the 'l'peroulI of reference (!.UI be! given if desired. acre more or less. Al o one.Jialf_ N W i of N E J, ,Schooner Wild Pigeon." Unction oT l rJlttDII. Shipjurt. or Cdit'tintt*. Cca.

condition of the Iu,tiu.Uon i i4 to be found, in the fact December l 8, 1655. Sm-49 stile third. of the E Jf of N W i, and one half of N W i one, come all anal engage,-our freight. D. LADD.

Seed.Oats.BUSHKLScfevpcrlorqunlifvin. that within two \-:"' over three thoiiKind dollar of N W 4 Section 1 ; and! the onfthirtl of S :E i of N .JUST received from New Orleans, New Purt Nor. 8,1655. *. .. .

\L\\e been paid fi;I Old TuitKn, tl.me on the buildings Groceries, &c E J Section 2,in Township-, of Range 3, S it E, 80 .Casks Sides arid Shoulders, -
1AALJJ ---
); i tore nnd 6 Tea. Sugar'Cared Hum,
f vid : lercs rmro or leas, being an undivided !interest tbe <
far sale iznprvvmeiits, leaving f.-om tile same source, a TUCKWriEAT ii br-gs New Gqpdfl.
by BROOM & StfLYE. I large oierplus, to <.vcr all the demands: of Teachers.) _l) Flour.Brown litir last named trusts. The above described lancln 5 ,
Superior .
22. Pork T HAVE received anil
1855. Mess of Fatt
CI-3w 2ij my s Pf1.i Winter
I At this rate, it will be seen that the lustituliuu vill be aol.!.bforo the Court House door in the Town -
and Crusled!
caD Sugar. M'nticdlo-on'\ i 2'') Prime" JL Goods nv late nrrivs!\a from New York BulUomr .
1st in
Executor's Notice. soon pay out all its liabilities.Neverthelces South Florida Arrow Root, of e Monday December next, 50 Superfine Flour, and New Orleasand;) offer them tolbe publrt! .
CO ,
l let; the friends of the still : between the legal hours of sale to satisfy said fi. Cae."E.E.
f-I enterprise Hops. Carolina R e, 25 Extra- good terms as house in the city. In tb stock -
j X mmi'Jis after date.I will ; BLACKBURN; a Maisbii any -r
prerent fical until
ac- to the indcbtedbfKR .
ny come rescue ivertjdMar
Goshen Butter Water'Crackers embraced
:, 25 Whiskey, eTery1 variety (jry' Goods, Oro..rkij .
>icttuiJuucLcrs to jhe Judge of ProUute fur Northern District of Florida. I : .i
is paid up. Io.accoijjhh tli.s dosiraUe object, we Java and Rio Coffee Hardware
Leon (}ouut. aril upply; for a final. d'clurje; from make the foluwwg] Monticello October 57,. 1855. 43 20) Potatoes, ;CnickWy.vta; ;tffcn -,T..r the I. hayw
Black and Green Tea, beautiful
20" aasortmejiofEmbniderieL.ce.jn3eet ,
Apples, *.
!1 EXt sw: '!.f W. O.. u.deca.ed. The abj vei.ae'bas been to the first .-
.. W LK, .J rttorosmov Siar and Sperm Candles > -postponed 6 Hhd. Browougar, .' :4ut.LI.Clut.b.Tlk1m. andCliiisJin.f a &rw.f&h.1
1 4. :21 lf1 r- 1.6m QALx'r" Let every one \\110! read. -this Circall1' -8l'nJ Uti Onions, .tc. Lc. Mot.y'luJauuarrt. I8li6. For allle by R.H.-EERRY. moat aut[ !eudi4 Sijks 1 ever bropgbt let)tnfe market. .

I Ten Dollars enclosed in fto envelope, addressed to the -: ALSO :- 'E", .BLACKBURN.U.S.. Marshal, Novem er H.18li5. 47 Planters are invited to look at ny Jet,,.& BUkets 1 1
I Ex cutor's Notice.' ._ Treasurer Jtev. J. II. Culdwell, Cuthbert, Georgia. If A ]otyf Superior .Havana Ci an, Mthern.DiatiictwfJlorida.County before.purcbMiug. ''.H'YW ARD. ij
;TOTICEi,1rv you cannot send Ten send Fire Dollars or any amount Rough and Ready, aud Fig Tobacco, : For' Sale. October.27,' IMS.-'. ? 41 ',. 1#
iyeo -
1" "u,1! ,pI"r'titt.l! to to an ered! J Jeaiee that you can conveniently spare. If 100 pcrsol.swould Burin Fluid, Lamp and Linseed Oil, ( Tax -Collector'sBY Sale. V A tu AJjLElot: 6groea.eoril\iting of awe- 1 I-

1..l.J H-9r. IircftrI1 i..tri Juti'n 'out ;r thfl end us ten dollar each, it would pay the For saleLy Q..& J. MEGINNISS.Dec. T tDe.jSf tlwpower rested"in fte'by law. I.ball A man about'27 or 88 years old, with (our likely .CircularUj>ri iSaVs.J

..' ", ... :..1 $ ,J.t..d''f'nf.tIate! of workmen, and relieve the 'buildings .frpm their iucucnbrance. ;. I, is.5.; 44I, niter at public tale befire the Court House childrca, 8 boys and pne' girt .AUjft-; .h ely young HOE ck C.-and Weleb it 05flepi.C mirSaw; >

S. or ,", .II :: co f Ft.rii"'tl prE" Tins is all that i. Deeded to make Andre door, in tbe T wh of Qui cy, on' ruefcday'thVlSthday man about 18 years, of ags. .fermsrc3sb. or News 43, 48 aDd 2 .tuch. XKjCa fc'aocrandJarsiii .

r ..., 'r, ";1. .I,:It.;;14'1.. 'oj. 'fr .P4tkIneit.. .wjhil: w'Ff male College, equal to any Fen1e In.titu- Lime, &6. February next for cash.;'!!!_that tftiel 'r- parcel'OT' teoepUftc By S.8.XNIG HT. .by -" -r xXULDJ) P

; .1 ft fo.iJ.C'. t" !Is: 1"-1' wil[ b" pl ':4 tiou in the Sonth. But if you will not ffio.ua money, Litue land lying and being in'the Connjy of G sden, known Nov. 64. 18JE6. i' .41.. Nsw Port Nov. ..iU8..4' .. "-. ., *- -
rflb. sucute:3. u.aij 1by vdtL the pr''I.o'. ; wl1.1"our A&ogbten, increase jU patronage and thus TllOIASTON u the Forbes Purchase" or so much 'thereof?" will ; '- '

". cIJW lhlld. 110 I rr'H'j."J! increase iU ability to"pay iU debU,.ud c&I-irgeils "Windo.w Glass, v be sufficient Lo'pay the.Taxes due by tbe Apa'taclijcola :_ FQr Sale' ; Whiskejr, .' R-p.e. t'J"
P :
FI!'r flat .HI! w. WHItE' 'aeilitics.Ey .. Gin Bristles., I land Company gether win nil, coets ,which, oAy STEAM CIRCULAR SAW, MILL, located on FEW Baml of real ic ixnooPh
i an4 T."tHIIIL t. i order of tbpTrn"cwi. accrue ihcrtou.JAMES M SMITH. A tha Plank Road"between T. llahais e aud New A Whiskey-24O,001' j'-l

,,, ?:<, tIJ4v! (:,.1.1"0 C'UHt! fiJ. I I'A' ., H. L. TAYLOR' Pwldent protern.Dec. A fitod MpplyfforBal! India!* by Itubbor G. &Packinjr J. MIGINNI5.Dec. '.. i ... Tax Collector. for Gadsdea Coun *\. Port.: For, terms- apply toMURAT4WH1TE. fur aaU oo couit>lp j4er IPI

: 1 15, IfCV 50 : Quincy, p.o ombe. 8, 18.. 49 AO dan without' r .
I .18..U' Nv>vtmb .24, It 5S. .47-.1111 \tI\'cmb r : ; -;

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iH.4 -.1- _\.._.. .: : ,Com ? One Come All! !1 THE GREATESTDISCOVERY I Chancery.: In Leon Circuit Court. WEWdOCXTDS.; f

A' D txawloe DAVID C. WILSON'S Ur&u ami OF THE AGE. Tlieodore Turnbull and (iiroliae bio wif*, .

; -b83EE.'-- FLORIDA. .. well selected stock of goods purchased by himlt ..4Emm.i ..
: -3 4 U ;d IUU11- Dealer InG3 .tJ I .+ consi tJng not only of thiS renliGes of life but nlso' PROFESSOR WOOD often tar ..Je. perfect hair Samuel Richard' James Theo} JOHN PBATOEIOUS,

those arUcT. .well adapted in please all. not only in It will in n Aort time restore the dore. Julijt Jane Caroline, Lydia, John

_-. AND .MEDICINES-: 1& quality and style but in prkv Thm stock i i. not only hair which has become grey permanently tn iu original and Decimus TurnbuII. MERCHANT TAILOR, SA

._, 1 P lanre hut Reeled particularly f nr the Floriili mnrkctt color-bring;* it out where it is gone and arrest A FE SIfkt Q"I,lee 6meumpt'
pursaanee of a Decree made in said canse nn the Dcalf) in Ready Made .Clothing and Lnugs,
t & -: 1''keoEIVKI>from SW York n fall .irp1y 1 whick he feela assured he will h. Me to sell u it where it i falling off clean*the hesd,'(the dandruff IN d day of November 1855, I will ofTVr for lISle, at Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods ma Pain io Spilling aide. ef Bk4 Coughs, c .. A
.7 : "TCiodowf low, not only fur cab and the produce of the and itching all cutaneous trupUooa.and renders roQcLit.ll.lIo
k ..1 & Medicine Paint Oila. ennrAry public auction in TaIlHlm P(. on the lit day uf Jin'y. all Pula pmg Co ,1Od
L! : tea. Putty, ate, but also to iho who hav* been dealing with bin the sculp perfectly healthy, by restoring the .ec 1856, to the highest bidder the t..llm'ill!l described -- oaryEZTBACT8PEOKCEEHPICATES*ffection5. '

i.n ( -AJ.IO-- tor years. All Those v bing to purchase we would reLive organs to their original vigor and strength' and land. viz: "I1.4 W i of the S E Jf Section 20, and / am now receiring my Fall and Winter tup-
to cfdl and Me these splendid thus supply nutriment *nd coloring matter to it.- th" N E J of Section 85, in Township 2. Rim'e 3, N ply of Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Veilings, 4-(., of Which can be.Nt'tO in (nfl
t 1 1Mbfl oa. Jloliilt." Qninfae, Farr BraPd.n. Glace Cbcn, Ratio Plaid and striped It does not color the hair, but is, in abort a perfect Jr E. containing 240 ncre*more or les. The said land antI getting Ly calling oi AftQ
n. r.mn'1l S,1u. Solid and Plaid Brocade. Hair and Tonic. Every Color and a PmpLIeL
Style Quality
invigorator nill l be fold on a credit of (lflf'. two, and three years, Ma.ADuI1; ,, ANi.tant
4 ; $, M 01.1h- ,lit Oro de RL'ines! and Black Silks ef all prices and To the jo'Mg. who so much admire the beautiful the to bond and) for the hospital New U.S. Na"
purchaser give security Yrnik
E. purchase says
J'SsU.4t.,00... '. 1. qualities. lock and riiiglet.he feels that he will be pardoned, if D1 nt Y. BOLL1NG BAKER.fCfiifeci'd which I am prepared fo make up in time most And Tar d. case oh, -Dr. RIIgna' tiven-fi;

: ;s.II, ) I' Lnnp Black and colored Velvets be tiffera the advice sur?<'*ted by I I.>up al-udy: and extensive Master in Chancery. fashionable style, on short notice 01 t w\'D1.y'aa mo" dmtreNiog AstJt.

: 1.-r. 1k} NM'IWt"t 8"li-l' and l plaid' Cn"hmfi** and M riuoc<,. observations ; it fi: to discard al]] eojpg&e and November 10. ISM.-P 45 AND REASONABLE TERMS. I [J.ta d 8t4ncIUJ&]

4 %_ .1 LuieeiIf &11t1. plaid. and fi A YD ? -!t) I.j :Embnnderefl plaid ADd black Alpaceos toilet. a butte of the reiterative f,r occmionJnH.> ALSOA OURltL -
7/i Cltuncety. :In the Circuit Court of the W8tTflILD
r- J* Kz* Vo. 1, White Ua-t, Blaek DornhnzinHi and we can safely predict that henceforth. i il ; LARUE( AND WELL SELJtCTED STOCK OF I bad the 'J..c.ICin.iDII&' ,".
.nri..iunpti..o !! :
Brt dlvltt: a .". .,. 8pnlsb and Unbair DebH.. and bald heads will be unknown: for nun ho'. hl' Mid'lie Circuit of Florida- for -Leon County. I, READY-MADE CLOTHING.. tre\ilir4r C UL-b_ inc!i! ._".I\Urntt't__. ___ with. tue InOllt dl..
3- ., AI 0 '- -mre -- Ladies black and colored Italian rl.ak cloths blossom the clic"k dark Lewi T. and others 'J. ---- -' U".acu .enral
rose may upon downy .e Sharpe 1 Consisting of garment wifable for winter from the LD..gw, and aU qanrt.or blOOd
M Paint. Blaek and colored and silk Taliann and the eth those'01 every wear. ruy friend, LJd
Zic tt
( M so piercing1
ever peari, vs. phniclafte
t gave tne
such as Cloaks. Talmas Coats Vests, Pants, tc ctc. Qi1: to die, few
"J 3. ; irrfdl Hi*. Fire Proof Paint. Eti li.b plusbed Talma! still if the natural fluid be withheld fforn the h.iir. Joseph B. ChristiV, Adm'r with the which will be of at low Liverwort and Tar a b-ttJea 01 Dr fr'.

,1 :{/. 1OO fV xo. Win-low Olw, "ort-i .i. A Urge D.tted Ant embroidered lace V.51s, and in consequence it becomes first dead and! harsh, Will annexed of Lewis }1. Saunders,} Also, a large disposed)lot of Plain and prices.Shim restored me to Pf'rfet bealj,
: Fancy Collars
.11]f.r! t..rtjn,at uf Paiutcr'e mhtCrIlLl.S-B1Ui'b'I. .%A'. Solid plaid and figured Bareges, then grey or idle otT, nature will be lobbed of more and other Under*birK Cravats Slock, Hosiery, Ae, &c. Sworn to lad laLemW GABRIEL WHITEHEA.D

D. H. AMES. B'ifk and colored Shalleys, than half its charms ; IInl 1 although it is a sovereign of a Decree rendered,! l in said) cause, on Those desiring a thorough out-lit will consult their ber.I846.. thi, 28th day of Nov.,,.

I'M y28, 1855. 21! Welch Silk nnd euaze Flannels, remedy for those who are gray: as well as those *)ho IN"pursuance November, 1865. I will offer for sale own interests by giving me a call, as all the above HENRY E. SPENCEL

l] lied and yellow Flnnnels, are bald still all see the propritty of making rnly at public auction in the city of Tallahassee f'D> the first have been selected with great care, and with articles Mayor oftw. C'wciDnati.I

4;K* Havana. Plan Lottery Opera Fl.vinrlx of all colors.. Michnu api'i!<
English and Erench embn idem! bnnds! lated to prci rye it both in perfect and healthy: state. belonging to the, estate of Lewis M. Saunders, deeeisod. JOHN PRATOKIUS. wr.t of Smith.'uY'I) 00 SixtL.trfff.two doora

f/:: JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY Lace an.l linen C. Handkerchief. Pram tht Editor of tjie Iiel JS.fa'e Adatrliift 27Sihoul : ir : ALner, BeMry, Adam Aaron, Lazarus,, November 24, 1855. ly-47 tio. atj54 witha Lad the puJfDCa1) Cc1olDQtI. I(

: : i LOTTERY. Emb'd ColLnr:, Handkerchief and Und.rsl.eves. Strut.Bovrov. 1'ii'ci'l.i Mary, fleoige. Davy. and Clailxtrue. Also -.- -- -- -- ---- .-- - me to a .ptrt l\e1ttoo rno.t diatrinr cough wbirb neduced ,.I
Embroidered Ch'emowette and Collarettes March 20 '54. the 1 land "bflonjrit'ij to said estate, 1)it'g in Leon Coun Sale of Xcgroes. care vf an able physician aDd althougb tinder the

J' ; [ArTHomTT OP THE BTATB OF OBOKOII.] Blue brown and green Veil Bareges, Prof. Wi..i'l: Dear Sir-Having Income preniitureIv ty. e.nsistiniz of 1000 acres more or le to grow W J&K1 (lp iSSb. :rf I
LYe all
: Black love Veils undersigned, as Executor on the estate lC '
"1 The Negroes will be sold fur cash ami the land THE recover
GEORGIA. tjirile 'rtv, 1 wan i.idiiced.! Rome weeks lIiu to for .
MACON : e. Attbiseriesiwasrrs t '
.;t, Thread, Cotton an'1 Linen '(",. mnUe trial of hair rtitoratire. I ha\e 'wed lenS one third! of the purchase money in cash and the balance !- 4 Cook, deceased late of Leon County, will erwort and Tar. which try Dr. .. .

:. O 000 Cambric and Swi(> etltrintc* and Inserting, than two b'Jttic"but your the gray bars ha-.e, I1lIl. ap in three annual tiihueiits theieaf, secured se 1 *t public outcry, to the highest bidder fur cash restored me to perCfC't health entirely lea ed my ,,1000g and
JI c Bobiuot and Mantilla Lace onllmdaythe 3 Ut day of December. 1855 bylha u. or
I' paired mid .ihhnui.li Lair l..is nut .1lly attained by a mortgHge on the 'propcitv.lOLLlNG. at the a fw bo1tIe. .
.f ; my [Signed
Ctl",e\l plunUtinn of ciiid decease ] ANN
CLASS H. Merino*, of': its cri;inxl! .,1"1". yt tl.o prci' "-s of"hnn:e i is i1J\UllJj; BAKER
Curtain field bands. Also will be
*r J-' to b Drawn;necember mh. I M5..t and Dress Calient .r.iwr nn. nn 1 I have jreit Ixij-cs that! in a shirt tin.c' Special Muster in Chancery. sold at the same
; Kmbro-dt-red} Lace Curbtitit.White my hair lull be ns dir! a-formcily.; I Lave. also been November 10, 1 IS5. 45Masterts time and place,one bay, 11 are. and a No. 1 Mule.T. 1
prr.r.L.12,000.. black and! elate ln.iery, J. ROBERTS Executor. ;
tpueh frratiried! at the h'althy iiioi" ture nnd'i nrfif -- -- --- -- ---- -- ---- Da. W'uu.uII
A White D... 1. 1C&&. 'Q s. .&ot Dn.1i.
and black tilk hi :
.t I '\ nCt'ort1n2' to thv f-Hnwinir '*iery.Ladies the h"r. wI.jell bt-foie was hnrsh aud dry,aud it has Sale. alm lI b It may Iuno uOp".rtsaalo r, 1 't'eleco.t"
and (;Sent hlark n'1J'cl1l'd Kid Glove --- .-
Wir.Lb-di --
- d
unprecedented Scheme. iu public, at ceased to come mt: as formerly.RepictfJly j to state that I wed Dr. Roger.*LiT.rwort
f. Misses colore-1 Kid Jlore. 1st Monday in January 1S5G. Notice to Contractors. i aDd Tar
yours, D. C. ?J, RUFF.Cnir n the case f Chsrlen Wide who
nnder the the -
Oa, swoni was quite
;' r.\Ct'rt IWU MUM'!. IIDPQrt low wits
Ii'! intm I,'I"PUCC of CoL George M. L'gan j.nd Jas. .\ Lndits and l Ot-nts buck and Kid Gauntlets, oo, May 1, '5J.-I kWI,1 Proto WoojVIl.iir Ix pursuance of the directions of n decree in Chan- OTFICK OF STATE: EK&INEIK, Rl'EI'A8TA, ) J JOUGE PULMONARY (tNSUMFriON.) with tbelJJppiert
i' }eiit. Eq.'J 13:1855. ___ __ 41 ____ I 1 lii-ttirative to a Jl'cH"ll advantiige.; It prevents Bank rery. of tha 27th March 1855.- where n the Union MILL P. 0, ST. JOHNS lI\'U,FLJL
.. 12.0({ I the hair from coimiii.g, nut, gives it n gloss ond soft- of F'ondj is C"Iul'lllinnnt.allli] Willum Wil- At"GCIIT 20ru, Ie55. ) LeJJ WJL RICHA.RDS.f.D.'
: 1 f'riu; ,,f. . . .u Great Land Sales. I lianiH.S.'im-i.: Love, SIieiilT &c. awl\ Maria! Ilarnii.nnamid .
i. 1" .. . .. .. .. .. . .i.I/O" ni.4 \t-iy desirable. The few gray hairs had li.i\i- : S E A LFJ) PROPOSALS will be received at this -
1 .._, (,O1 pnr.nanrc of a decree in Chancery, th. under entirely ii'"Jj>lie red. Others of my f.lllliJ.hll'l'. used Janits Wh.iley: adm'x and adrn'r. of Robert L. Ofli. until the 20th of t3f:: The following J is written frouj'
b.t 1 ... . .. ... .. . (I I IN :e day August t, 1656, forcooitructin EUza&ttatofi.
.4.' will offer fur 11:11,, at the time and plac? it, and cui< rr iih me in prononiifine it nil it H.irrison; d-c'd. are Defindanta, I will expose nt public its Ky.Your Dr. Roger*'Llverrort and Tar
Canal with .
\1 1. ...._ .. .. .... .. .. .. .I.flOidj I ; profus.is S.ile a : necessary appendages. Mttgrt t
bvf.ire the ., .
herein depilated, njtwnrds of n ",iIi acres r>( Ian' 1 I. to bo. hENRY A. CLARK Court Hon MicLi-iia \ Lift Locks
O as Guard presirib.
\ I" . . .!:OORr.. .. . : ( I 1CUlIC. Locks Basins, besides lute in the City of nnd in the : on the Ut Murnlny iu January next it, and it .
the totwinn !- .
... . . Inn lr..l. )fn Apalieliic (HS56)) Lake Harney / wtdidntt in i,,..
J. ..
18" Town flf Florida tbe, of the .\' dc. &-nbed hinds to wit The K: '
NV'vptirt' prop; rtv I.Ro'aoii'; CilUr..TAI. bF.V.VriVK : $ of the S Ei i of thirteen I: 11. ilAVCRAKT
. .1.750 LIMMLNT.This miles 3.410 1 feet authorized tbe Dniggiit. j
)0 ; by
.4 .. ftre.
; 'i;, . 11 l Section,
.T .I.CIIICOr.1.D COII'\XY viz Such 'J3, :. l N
: : I.iuitmnt, i is s vuliuble. Towi.ship; Range 4, J.tI.e; W$ General !
to the .
: auxiliary t treatment Assembly, of the State of Florida its
.- ) IO" .... .PriLe. .. .=.!3.re.. .. *"(' jMirti'ini of ,"Ri.i| lands a* lie HI the Connti -f Le n. if S'.meof the iiiot fiiin.id.ible di-i-aw with "f the N \V.I J( of SfCjion5 i Towi,"!np 2. RUIKJC 4, Nit of lr r';; 1-5. by Aii Act fiiritli-d: An Act to at provide session L5r: fl.v IlE'r.KT 'WSU".of Patri.t, Oallia coun

!; 18 Appr xiinati< n \Vaikulln and OadH.n. will f>4. ..t1"tl'.1 in T.iH.diitsecn ; which) it is: Mr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar baa

.. 251 Prix.' m..mtine to $30.000. Only H'.Oi nd I .the. FIRST ..MONDAY. ., IX .PECKMBER.. .n.'xt. ; of the l lungs and ,()\\' -N. By a thorough and continued .N .t W ; the N EJ ()SictK-n 2;. Township 2. Ran"t !I in thin, State. Keen the meant vftnnichniy my rife firm a 1""".
.J' ,.. nU'11h.onl. Every 'rii* drawn nt e.irb druwinir., I, an.I that putI.rn. lies in rianKiin i/"iinrv win ue application: of this Liniment over the regions of N AW ; and all that: part of the W* of the S E.J Pn-p'-li will specify the amount Lr which the lure graveSigned[ ] HENKY'WISEMAN.a.MBRRtwEATnin. .

_" iJ ;bi.n'1ue.; ; ,n full without d Jucti >n.. unierc. ..ju-rer: at A.al| chicol* fin the FIRST MONO) A Y IN the affected\ organ, the otherwise fonni-ii.ble diseases I of Section 23:.I. Tonn.-lip 2, Karge: 4, N .t W, &11 Ik!, work will be done, the mode and manner in which ,

*: *tri.tlv c-vjfiden'i.11. Drawings ,ent to orJ -r R'ellitUr ? JANUARY, I S..G. Tht.e lauds lie on the Gulf (..at. 1\1 e at once ih.-anuud ut more than half their tprror, :North of n cerknin Strenin, runniL Ea.st ct.Vcst, payments are to be made,whether lands or mone s. I tT: of Denmark,T.onwritM'

o t at my risk. Bill on all solvent LLUka extend from the St. Marks to the Apalaohicola Ilivrr. partiful.iily! among children, and thout>:ind* e-f mothers arrows the S E} of i-iid: Seti-'u, Township and Range. or portions of each. Macs, Profiles and estimates can) Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar has met with greaA

: at ,.'r. iiiiA include the Islands On 'aid ( ". i were they allowed to Fpcnk, would ith nil the | supposed to'be about thirty acres, containing iu all be ceu at this office, anlany information obtained by SUCCCM. A young man ,.r this place,siipued bv every
r : Wh.lt'Ti..kotl ti ; tL12 M; Q'I'\rbrlt 1 25. The trrnii will be (nj third! cash the remainder! I t:1"I't.'u'e of feeling unit! alfection, benr: their: united 310 I acres Q"relr Ics*. addressing the uiidrr.iiVned at .' Orange Mill Post Office one to be in,the latt taee Of C.*"w pi&nll

Y.I ; Ad3rrs JAMES 1- Wr ;TEt! iu equal{ instalments of one and two year*, with suter- ti'jtimoiiy to the fact tint it hw: snatched their cl.il- Also the following named slares to \' it : Charlotte St. Juho's River Florida." Proposals! will aIm w ns entirely cured hv i ifs u.a !! f Signed] I'
"ri 3hna&rMaCii! G:1. tbt from day of sale-. I Henry, John. Allt... Jfary. Amanda. Hannah. Louisa, D.YIDEHRIWEATnER. I
.h difiifruui the vry .,"s ol.I."th uijd restored them be received fur constructing a Rail Road over the Jfcggitt.MR. .
i n.f'r,1 1. 185. 48 For property purchase! at the-ip salon, the ,,-rip
the Apalachirula Land (.trnpnny, owned by Stock- found a I\\- I ful auxfliury 5u removing what i ill- ;earrilly David. Aniiis. Clrtri-sa, Ben, D\ke, Becky, Mar'nret, State Eog;necr. State of Florida.AugwtSl :::?f- H. EL DRAKE Drrggi, of Xenia. O.

A. B. CLARKE, hol.len.or tli.irnesignew*, wij be icctived in paymentat i : 1-nowiiusHi) Aijne Cake. or an 'nlurt'IIII'ut of Sam, Mitt, Kliza! Man tl.x Daniel.) Mill..y and Em 1&5.Leon S5-ly states :-A ntenw! .u of my aequaiuUnc. wLo wa*

: its relative value. tine ifjileeiiindeed: I iu nil cies: here tlic .yt-rual ily. Ter.us L'at'i. HUGH ARCHER, Jr, apparently in tbe lot stare i f Coniwnption H/ Wit

MERCHANT TAILOR, JohN BEARD. Receiver, ic., ic.J'llr : a.tic'lIllI of seiviot;) this!!: Liciiueut: will be found usefuL ssppli Special Comuiisiioiitr.December County Iron Works, restored to pe.fect health by the use of Dr. R g.r.'
.4 14. 1S55 tf-23 1st, lSr:. 43astrr's Liverwort and Tar. The ure was a most utr .'rJia.r.y .
DIUUll: is RKVDV MADE CLOTHING AM.KKEN'S > ::BT" The Sales above meutiuocd are postponed Until TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. one. it

aC(1'LI' F'uitimo Cioous.TO7 further notice. raor. wefID''rc.IT.IJ'I MVGIT. utr. rrtis. Sale Negroes r "*HI3 Establishment w now in full operation. All -
The Florid BLIsn-xz.n.: May :W.)/:;3. Prof. O.J. WOOL:-Dear JL orders will be attended T Da, WILSON (ant Old School
Sentinel. WaknlU Tim" nnd ielan
the scithpri'rnptnen.s.andnil Phy>
t well known old stand farmer virtue (.f a decree in ChaiiC''ry of the 2nd! No- o'4iqh
at the Sir At have used and
c.. receivinir :- we < for number BY
: seen u
of Patriot
tlanding O
pnlachieula Commercial Adveriiserwill publUb till !, work done with neatness and dispatch.: ) writes:-I Lave been
Stillmsn. ', 1855 in n wherein John A.
Clark A a general cau- Ciaitfla
.1' !v ocenpTed by of j ears, }our Veritable il.igic life Pill- we are piepirfl Ail!! kinds work the f.imiiy physician of Mrs.
notified to J"c r.til1ue. : of as Steam Work,Mill Work Wiseman for twelve
_u..hn"nt.,......,.>. nrwri..r. .Jlpmlv MadeClotbiuir. Fnniisb1 to recommend, them to the 1 i corDijlainaiit.. and William: P. Craig is defendant, I
as and durirw
-- -- -J nupen'nrto Gin Gearing.. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, years that time she him nflWMt.. .. wtl._ .j:...
Ci.imeres, Vesting*, &e, compost --- -- ----- will ofiir sit public outcry, to the hiliCs bidder befire --- .ow
itaG.toJ.b.. Cl1ul' all ut.rrt.11 infallible! : in the cure of the dis!eaac& eas-d lung, which finally! settled
Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough CI&trlgg.: > bras into PULMONARY:
the Coar !
hou..e in
NEIV the of Tallahassee the
nrticle-s :BOC K..S.tlft city on
of the following : for which thc recommended
in part < ere : CONSUMPFIONr! !
Ca JLc. She
also Ktttles
tiug ; Sugar of size kept was entirely cured bj the
.. "n i Black Dreii Fiwk Coats. 1"JL DECEIVING from New York a R. H. Loath. A. B. l'ettis B. I). Albro, P. Jacobs, thru.or lit Mondaj,iu January, 1S5C; the following named constantly on hand. All work done in such any establishment use of Da. P.06Eu'UVnWOItT AnD TAR !
Rack and ColM Sirglc Breasted Frock and .V Oiiu Buzzel, Spencer SusAtII, Edward fiiiber. John M ninny ns may be si.ffieieiit to pay themortgage
; large absortmrnt of BOOKS embracing debt in fiid: decree mentioned, to.wit- will be done by us. with a particular regard to H.R.WILSOy.M.D. It t
u"inl."s Coats every department of litera Albro. Lucien ]11.! Sweet ElLIS it. S''ect Jc.bn lI..c.rsft Lewis. Clem Bill the strength and! disability of tie work. IT IS A POSTJYE J
do. do. doJtJsck Solomon. Morgan, Isaac, Butler, FACT, t'
.4 Pitney C.ts imere Nathan'el: ( rilinore James II. I'ino, Wi Jchn-on,
ture. Iu 'Hilltonthe
work of Hum Workmen
Rolliu. GiV incslI
: Competent to
always rtu:
S. and Colored Cloth Overcoats, I *>->n, Robertson."McC.iulv. Thiers. AIi nn. Pcescott I Johnson \\Viliiain, f5. I/iw-, C. I'arrar I). Landen. J..hud1il1ll Pet.r. AnTi, Little Arch,Louis.i, Violet! ndues. .t<. put up That wherever Dr. R"gers' Syrnp of Liverwort nod

Hl.ick Poeskin Pants. : Bancroft and Hildretb.) vith School Ili-tories to suit J'KOF. WOOD :-Dear Sir:Having: um-d, and ex- ciuh.Mary, :Dice, C:Lrn.1, tJeorce: and Assv. Terms Terms H ill be liberal, and all work done strictly for Tar has been hit.-oducud. it is uper/edmp every olhlir

.. ", e Fancy and CoI'.I Cnsiimere Pauls, J all aes. In Piiilosophv. Aberopombie, PilI,.., Blake, I icrk-nced the effects of your Vegetable ila(io; Life HUGH ARCHER Jr, ca h, or accepted order on sumac buxincen in this Cough Medicine before the 1-ublif'. This is wholly ow. '

I Iaek an-1 F.mcy Silk Vests, Phelps and! Lardner. Iu Mathemiitie-s, Day, Davics. Pill in my family, I will say that as a family medicine 1, 1S. Puccial" 48-tdo Mii ter iu Chancery.Dec. place. Liberal prices paid fur old Iron, Copper and I ing to its truly wonderful nedicial Y rtUfl.

.". .4 Fnncv Velvet do. Emerson Smith and Bailey; and the poetical works of j! they caunot )valued too highly. I have used I ------ Bra*. BE WARNED IX SEASON !!! I
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.. do. Cain. White Marseilles do. D. B. Thompson. Cowper Wad*worth. }loth\'CII, nurJl, I' I will bay that: their virtues cannot be too highly appreciated J. M. SHINE Tallahassee Fla. And neglect not that cough wL b is daily weak!*'

-ALSOA Hood, Coleridge hellj. Keats, Young Hi-bor. Pol 1,. for in every cai.e they have speedily tri- t Subscribers would] respect March 11, 1831. 10Notice. in? your constitution, irritatii-g your throat and lunc1.
fine a, nrtmentof Sbirtll.Collar.. Cravats. Black lock. Grey H)ron, Scott Moore 1 Campbell. Crabbe, I| ninphed over disease, and hence I feel in duly bound 7;I.- JL fully announce to the citizens of and inviting on that dread disease, Consumption.

"White and Colored. KiJ and Silk Gloves, self adjusting Southev. Goldsniiih, Tup er. llemans Landon, Bryant to recommend them to all. They operate perfectly bti t. TwlHhaiwp, Florida, and the ad- so soothing and Healing a remedy can be obtained k'
[ -
: Stock*. Cotton and Merino U ni1..r.'turl.. Jcan. Willis ami Longfellow ; Longf-lIuw's Poets of Europe cany producing no uueaf sensation. yet their operation j..illinl Counties of Georgia, that thy have opened a Dr IZ.ogers'Syrup Liverwort and Tar. ':
\0 1)raw.ri. Brown. Fancy. Cotton. and Lisle Thread } Pmt and is thorough ; and I am tUifid; thatcothincmore. CLOCK AND WATCH SLop on M"nr.e Street THE undersigned! Executor ef the lost Will and Ba\Vare.of CotmterfeiU '
I .' "na Culor1 Cam1.r IIADI1rerl"hier., .11 fVHstvoia; 'Poetry CtniipeiiUtuni Prose anrt Writcrs.f America.01 iD "'... ---;". .._._.v .1... .i....._ __Ib.1rU- -. : tven? .-iiu.ri l_Iunr) M .n.". ll'- i*__U_O-.., _l... 'n. -' ,.nt .tr.m: P..w.l:. ,1 ". 1. 1.I'- L..... I 11ie fc,'"uine article is acd.lSaae AXDKKW ImltaU ',1 ;' of'whicli are offered to.the public on reasonable terms ; by Chambers and cyclopedia Cleveland!! together Knjjlih"Literatuie. to pet form Hjieedy and triumphant citra.Kcopectfully will be ready "t nil!! times to do every description of bounty, nutiaes all pUtoUnd having demands against the t'ngravedrappfl' around signed each bottle.Rooul.'.
:'0 .: 'as offered in this Market. Your!. .P., w oi k in their line Chronometer Duplex. Patent Lev- said estate to present the same to him. duly authenticated -
o Hl, warranted as good with the complete woiks of Smollett 1.'iel.Jin5cotr.> Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for f 5. Sok
within the time
r J. B SANGER.O. t'r.C.yliu.I"rlIIJ.] common Vertical Watches prescribed by' law or this notice
Call and exaflflC. C, iper, Irving, Dickens and Bulwer and all the novels repairedat wholesale and retail by SCOVIL & MEAD.
Uid shortest notice alt-o will be pltadedjn bar of their and all
J. WOO A CO. and Clocks of
November 10, lS:S. 45 of recent publication. In Medicine! the work of ; jobt every recovery ; 113 Chartrs St, bet. Conli and St. Louis N. Orl m.v
: _. rroprictorc. CS5 Broadway, New Yl> -. .\- ,'riptitln. By stiict attention to business, they "Il.rfrnillccJ those indebted are requested to make payment imme
--'-- Mei SOLE Acrxrs
-- s, -Griffith Dunglin-json. Miller H.am..lJOtloI11. rca THE SOCTBE&X Sa rn to whom
Notice. 11 I 1-1 Market Street, Ht. L uia. that none thall rjo away disiatiifiid? diately. THOMAS J. ROBERTS, Executor.
Wilson Churchhill all ordri and .
Ie.Dewees fur
Carpenter. Itoy ,Hooper, applications Agencies must b. &:
N. B. GfK d November 17, 1&55. 8w-46
work Horse
liavinz demands aeainst the estate of Gunn, Eheile: Ewcll La Roche and Condie ; Braith- D. II. Ames, Agent, Tallahassee, Fla.Frbrnnrv and Buggy for sale at 6mouth's dressed. .

A.LTA persons. Laffoon Iltle of Leon County, deceased, waitt-'s Rt.trOtipect\cml-annlilllly.j Anthon and Bullion's -}, 10. I55. '(6 credit.: Notice. C3f: Fv r sale at all the Drug Stores in TaHahaati_ I!
will take notice that they mint present them to thetatxierigned Classical Series, Latin, Greek and Flinch Grammars, JOHN w7EVANSfATTORNEY March -. 1855. tf 12 A CO. N IX months after date the adminiftra- aid at one Agency ia every Town in the South. : .
within the time prescribed by law, or tin* and every article in stationery tine Gold and Steel undersigned, August 25, 18 And allperMi ) Pens and and Note AT LAW ---- --- -- -- .J ton de l/oitii non .ftbe estate of Jonathan G. Pad- t
notice will W plead in bar (.e their recovery ; Letter Cap Fancy Paper with tloiinrts. Honnct.A ..
indebted to said estate are liert-by notified to Enveloj to 8UIt'Bluuk Books, comprising Ledgers, H.VINUKIUUK:, GEt o rick. deceased, late of Leon County, will exhibit bw Most Approved Corn Mill In Tse.i .
to Ole onderHtfiied.LEOKOR'A Journals. Itecord. Cash. I.ivoice and Pass B n>ks,'Diary j give prompt attcntii to all buinesii en r 1)1 flS co'cucil! straw Bound final account and vouchers to the Judge! of Probate of
: A A
uuke immediate payment WILL' \ i the most LANIER CORN.
/ Ladies colnrea straw trimmed Bonnet Leon and uk be di .
Adinx. if Oases Portfolios l to his in the Counties of Thomas; County, to >charprcd.U.
P. LAFFOON, ( 56.ilaziking Oil P iutill ". liar- j te rare ii in" "" -LWW MILLS for sale by the SDbacri r. Ths .
., 'October 2T, 1855. 8w-13. perV Magazine received monthly by mail find yearly Decatur, Baker' Daugherty, Calhoun: llaily and Clay. ph blaek T. BLOCXER, Adiur de Louis uon. Mills have been for some time in DM through this r.- I

\ -- BUSINESS subscribers solicited. J./)lcDOCOALL. J'ebnjary 17. 1 55. 7 tf white: satin and ik! --July- --, 21,1855.- ._ __ ___ __ _29-Gm n ____ giun and lower part of Georgia and give perfect sat j
STORING! AND SHIPPING November, 10,1855. 4; i isfaction, grinding with tl.e10 bushels and the riM
.1 LONG & GALDRAITII, bluck" (extra size) P. B. Bit OK A \V' S. i
AT JtKWrORT. Children and Misses straw in the day, with leas than the ordinary gin power ap ,
: r lilt ondereigned still carri s on tie above buuucM, Circular Saw Mill Agency. ATTCRMYS AT LAW, ] .\LLVHASSKE, FLA. I .. Hati. LHEHY1BD SiLI ST'.ABLESJTALLAHASSEE. plied to it. The maker furnishes a hand to put it up; j I

.a.' 1 in al1 itl br3 hCl. Buildings \nU calculated for rT UE undersigned has the agency for the wile of I MA.: LOXG A .J. 1J. OALBRAITII have nssf>ci--! For sale by D.VlD' C. WILSON. and every one warranted to give perfect aat&(aetioa. .

:, D. LADD. JL W. Herncks .Improved Ciicular Saw Mills." themselves in the practice of Law. They October 13. 19.r.5. 41 :FLORIDA. Call: aoJ examine tlum'at D.LADD'S. i
I e"l>* coij wngo. .
K.wport. September 2, C54. '35 consisting: of tim e siz 's for 42 48 and 52 or S i i inch 1 will attnd the Courts in the Middle Circuit the S-i- -- ---- -- -- ---- April 21, 1S55. 16

Saws. These Chcubtis are decidedly the best in use, preme Courts and the District Courts of the United AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. ninE Proprietor would in-
Bacon, Bagging &c. having several improvements over tLe Page or any States: at lallahan'P-c.e. T lIE: undersigned.! Agent of the above Company i ; J. form his friends and the Carriages, Buggies, and .Harness, I

'. I received per l.iU-bt arrivals from New Or other Patent in tiao. Tie cot in about SoOO, $3.10, Office opposite thx Court IIouce. !, will receive applications fur and make insurancelLgntll.t nprepared.. 1010-1.1 public_,. that. .1.he. has.j.l rebuilt... Lit.. _ For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. .
4 JUST articles which and f 130 for vnrion sizes, according extra carriage October i8! IBO-l. ly : loss bj FILe, on Di ick And i'ruino UuKJingi, J..rp.fu / .1. .i i. n..w
J and New York, the following to accommodate his friends and euMuw 'TUI.L.e. jn.t received
tftey .fifcr at tbe lowest cash prices: .. For further particulms apply to Furniture, Merchandize, tc. He also has attached to his Stables, a good.Black .L vert 'large supply of Uam Kt.,
I" 10 Bsl-s Bagging. .Buggiea. and Harness which he offer
15 Ca ks Bac.n smith Shop where he will have Lave done all kinds of
,1 fI 20 Bbls. Flour 1 5 Ps. Sea Island do. Newport. FhL No\"ember'3.'l8.'i6. 44 ATTORNEYS AT LAW For Sale.) Plantation woik. Horse shoeing, sod Carriage work iu for sale (.n the mod reasonable term
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40 C..IU Rop 10 Bbls. Whik'ey. the very best manner and with promptness and dis November 18. IS54:.; 4* '
200 Ibs. Twine 10 Bbls.Mew Pork lt-Salt-Salt. JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLOJUDA, undersigued offers for sale bis Dwel- patch.November. .

o Kegi Nails' OIl 0 SACKS of'B"tCfjr sale by "TX/'ILL practice! in all! the Courts of the Middle m.rlnE; House" ned 50 acres of land south of 5, 153. 44 DR. MILES H. NASH ,

R1CHARDSOVIIITAKER.. HODGKISS POOLE & CO. T" T Circuit, in Columbia and Alachna in the Eastern 81er, <>n the Belle Air Road. The OKFILRS ins PBOI'DlSIO'fAL BXXTICXS TO fix cnuxm orTALUAHA&Jlt

S. Newport, October 27,1S5S.Just 43 'Ku\'ewberl'1.18S5. 40 Circuit, and iu the adjoining Counties of Georgia. House Lao six large rooms well finished;or tLe premises Wines, Syrups, &c. : ASD SCEXOCKDIXO COmTXT.
: is substantial out Kitchen and good water.
Wa-cb 1855. tf 12 a
Otard .
Received. Groceries, -- -- -- The property will b* offeied on very reasonable OLD Brandy, Sauce.
AMAKERJ"TALLAHASSEE terms. This is of the most desirable locations in Port, Fresh Lobster with Dr. NaaL.immeellately eatof the
T. Ward from New York. A. PERRY OFFICE
Orleans George Madeira "
Per iVm. R. Peticsfrom : PER Shai' Sice
'C boxes Leou County. For terms apply to the firm of White
A 1
I.mon*, Pinepp1n. Gnava and 10 Sperm Family Candles Soap., f 77T A it' tkA'if, Slu..er, ueu door to ,D..1L AnW Drug Store. London Sherry, Porter "" Hal Clams libut, May 19 1855. 20 ,:.
I Jellies Prunes, PeArl, Sardines, Piek- u THOMAS WHITE.
10 Adamantine Caudles. FLA.Mav .
r Scotch Ale, Sardines, T. J. M. BICUAKD8OX.
I UJ Brandy Peaeb Preserved Lemons, For sale R. II. July 14, 1855. 23. .
BERRY. 1853.
Oyster by 21. -
S Mar- ._ _____ Brandy Peaches, Totuatoe KetcLup, & WH1TAKER
; tunl (uiuger, Green Gage ---- ---
()?ates; Rn Applea November 17, 1855. 46Buckwheat *
4 mala.Ie/Lemon Syrup. Raspberry do, Strawberry ___u ______ __ SCOTT, un.) U. X. GARDNER, ,Brandy Guava Chcnies, W'nlnut. Receiving and Forwarding Merchants
do,'Piu. Apple do, and Ginger d.. IWpb' rry Vine ATTOlKliEY AT his professional services to the citizens Currant do.
I. aud LAW OFFERS Pickles
Hallibut .
Fresh Salmon. LoUUr. Haddock,
Ar. PER "WEST WIND" FROM NEW YORK. and surrounding country. Office Preserved ,
f bhad. Assorted Pickles Scotch Ale and Purter.I MOXTICBLLO, FLA. lit the Parsonage. Quinces, Raspberry Syrup NEW PORT FLA.August .

,. 20,000 ftavaua Cigars. .,f 8 i 24 Bbls.QUDrt Buckwheat.r.BL1i. Buckwb. __July_____SO_. l_853.__._ __3.(/)___. -L---t 1_jan_ ___ September._ 2'J, 18::. 39 "" Pears Ginger, Lemon Strawberry" "" 4th, 1655. 31

1 D. IL AME3.. -ALSO- Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. --Hides-- -- Wantedi Sparkling Gelatine Ginger "

f '{.,-2&. 1855._ lt ___________ BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes, 100 Flavoring Extract, Pine Apple .* Notice.SIX .
-- Nails :Bales i India Baggiug, 100 Kegs Wbite Lead pure, extra: i Xo. J. AAA BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the Spanish Olives Salad OIl, months from date. tb. undersigned achsinwtra

jj'dwareCntleryGUnS. 40 Bxes assorted Tobacco. 8 barrels Linseed Oil, t\J\J\J) highest price wi.l be paid. Also Deer English Mustard, Capers : nsa the estate of William Thompson,deeeaa+dl -
Shovels & 1 Keg Rough and RaJ, Tobacco, and Otter skins.' DAVID C. WILSON. *'-J
5 LardOil, Claret Sijaikhujj Cider, late l of J4i4ln (CHIUJ.ilLrxLilJj\final : '
j J. Sub. ribers invite the attention of Merchants For sale by U.1L BERRY. 20 Kegs Zinc I'uint, Tallahassee. September} 20), 1855. _Sfl Tcbacco. Old Port Juice, voueL* to fur aalu y. .

-V: TrUE itinJ New York, to their! stock of_ goods, em November 10, 1855. 45 20 packages Fire-proof Pauit, (bbls. arid ttIl...) Havana Seesrs.- D. H. AMES. -and-- ask tube dlfChar.trd.
-- ------ Blacksmithing.A
--brtreinjr a complete variety in the above line, parucularlv I i 2; [barrels l Train Oil. 1 bbL Copal l Varnish, November 11, 1855 45 LUCY THOMPSON, Admin tntris.Septt.mLt'r

: tflApted to the Southern trade, 'Which they are Manufactured Tobacco. ''I Spirits Turpentine iu barrel and at retail.D. A to my Livery .1' ----- ---- ._- --------.- 29, 1856. S0- m

.' prepared to lien at low prices for Oash "r approved SHALL receive some.400 Boxes various brands II. AMES. X JL Stable is n Blacksmith Shop \\ Copartnership Notice.
CrediL STOW .t: Water Sew Yoik. _._. to that bu-incss i is .!one in good style, at short HE undersigned have this day entered intp a co- dmtnistrtr
128 Pearl SI and 94 St. again this season 100 Boxes now on the way out.- ------------ ---- -- -- --- T months from date, the undersigned
: Jon 23. 1865. 25-.6n Merchants will Jo well to ear this in mind, and it Notice. notice, anti) (In as reasonable terms as ut any other partnership thcWHOLESALE SIX on the estate of William L'l'boinpsoa, de

will be bold lower than same qualify cau be laid down having claims and demands against I shop III the cit).. Farming implements, such as Turn AND RETAIL eensediate of Leon County .ill exhibit hi. final ae- .

DR. LEWIS, for from usual markets, and on lime to good par ALL estate persons e>f George W. ilaistin. decoased, late I Ploughs, SdHJtere, Rods Ck-vicfs Heel Pius, Tap UGaUSXNESS.. count and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for wW

,RESlDtNT DENTIST. tie!. DANIEL LADD. of Jnd1 tu Cunnty, are'I hereby notified to present Ring* aud IrOn Wedges kept ready made and con DB.: County and auk to be discharged.

.5, 'TALLAHASSEE FLA. Newport, August 4, 1855. :nalcu.tRD tliem} to the undersigned administrator duly authcuti atantly on hand. This will afford farmers un oppor- U'iJERrUE NAME AND STYLE OK JACOB ELIOT, Administrator.
cated within tunity to supply themselves without being delayed. & MAXWELL. 29 l85.( 3 1U
S 'inserting Artificial Teeth on the the time prescribed by law or this no. P. B. BROKAW.January BARNARD September .
[ uow .
p T. BIRCBnT. CDAttLtS V. DOWMXQ bce.iII be in liar of their and nil '
11T J_ Dew .and improved principle with '* -- / .'- / .' persons indebted pleaded to said estate are requested recovery;to make 13,1855. 2 r "HEY will be pleased to lee their Boots.nnd 1Uloe.-

T J continuous gums, from one side to the BIRCHETT & DOWNING, payment immediately. Notice. rt friends and patrons at the old standof Kid, Je boy L. Buatiiw

other without aeam'or track leaving no place for the ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS A.K. A ALLISON Adm'r. E. Bitrnard,J r.,'igu of the Mortar,cor- LADIES Ties. .

lod-nnent of food tbefebj Tendering them p*'f *\\y November S, 1855. 8w-44 months after date tbe undersigned Executor of ner of Monroe and Clinton streets, where S. -''." walking Shoes. _
lifelike,and restoring the original contour of the (ace, IV0. 490, Seventh Street, SIX Estate of John S.Shepard. late of Leon County they will keep a full and general acsortmcut of articles Black\ cloth Gaiters. :

'. ao *ato d.fr detection fie will attend to all callin WASHINGTON CITY. Hides I deceased, will present his accounts and vouchers appertaiuing to their line of business and solicit Prenell Buskioa.

MiWle Florida for Fall Setts. Those -wishing full practice before the Court of Claims, and in quantity, for 'Which the to tho Judge of Probate for said County, and asked to the pat lounge of their friends and the public.E. 'S Calf .

seLls can obtain all necessary information by letter. WILL claims before Congress And the several WANTED price any will be paid in cash highest' be di Ltlrgw. BARNARD.., a ..._ .Boot"Mtna'kip *.
.0 : .H. will warrant in net, utaoc, atufccUon, and D..partmeula.July or grocerieTBROOME4HEIR. .ROBEJlTn. GAMBLE O. TROUP MAX WZtL. Pe ed .
to\oit the timeg, T. iaa Cah, or when called Executor. B ."
price 28, 1855. SO: September 15, 1856. 87 February 1, ((4.) 1854. 5 Ijue all .-.

1-. Zr. September 29. 18:15. 39 a eat Boo
S June2&185L 25 To the Medical Profession of Florid, It .wed .
: { FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. MEETING" all the Physicians, t throughout II waterproof

: .OEOWTHOF 1854. Auctioneer and Commission A State, will be held nt Tallahassee, on the> 8th qf Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. II -sewed and Boots.pegged .shot oJ ,

: January next, (or the purpose of establishing A SUte their friends and tbe public that TALLAHASSEE FLA. Boyt calf pegged
inform ,
abbae. Beet. ic. "fffOULD .. lined and D
I5UTA B r-Ht Turnip, MERCHANT. kip pegged 3gaoi.
J Medical Association, and, upon this as a model, of VV have on band a good assortment of such
H. AMES. they practice in the Courts of tho Middle Dis a .** 1JOOOUDd"
,, t .Lb aguat'nitSU juatrtUihdD.: 12 .. TALLABAMXZ, Fla, Sept 2. 1855. 89 County Associations ,through the entire State. articles Mart generally kept in their line of business, WILL and in Thomas County, Ua. Gents fancy toilet alipper .
S The meeting will be organized at 11, A. M. All fresh Their
be receiving regularly aupplits. '
mid Office iu the 2d immediately "
C3f: Capitol, story I' Goat and calf .
XN'IGH.T desi. of the scientific welfare of the Pro.
'd F. AfJTOBACCO. 8. S. -_ ous terms shall'"be reasonable.Tallahamaee.AprII9tb. over the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. Patent leather*koc*. II .
.: fusion, aud ef odvauciitg tbeir State's Medical Literature 1853- H.FOI .
.ot.' AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT. are earnestly invited and respectfully requestedto July 21, 185. 29-ly .. M. ScJotUtopOaJterJ,
PETEi LORl1..LARDs'i'C attend Childs ucla tie thoea" '
: TALLAHASSEE, FLOHIDA. Sale or Rent, cloth G. t.
: HENRY M. CRANE Childi d Misses colored and Bud
Sentinel will w
i ____t_____ ; YOU September I. 1886 05 please copy. BUILTDW'ELLtNG HOUSE PLuitallou pWwta. .
N.oveaiber.24.1655. 47 .vftn .
E8S01t'ot -' .'..Lo&ILLUD'for ml\'"in 'Obdrepairitb a good well of water p.--nSToliBJoaa' & Go.CLOTHING Woman kip pegged BMBIW ". ,... "

.fU'bT'. -. TOBAC'fl. For, ale. For fclmrle ton-Second Vessel, attached, being the first boaea West Thomas lIa,- U .S Hoot .

S I P'iW OIlfT'I SACKS SALT, in firat rate order by THE Brig SOMERS, on ,tbe way- fiw.. ward Esq. 1'ur infvrzniitioo inquiie ofJOHN HOUSE All of nbkh ill b* told low bI

". .. Thiutabr t)uU :. 8. 8. KJaOlIT. &G will follow the Brig Adtla for M. W AAS, 18 COTXTIAUD All t> 19 Dw fintt W.'. YOu. -DAIOctoUr I..o."Ul
.f1:1h.1Jbited; September 1 '181&n .Crort. For f eight apply to D..;LADD. .. KoTembcr *, 165B. U-Ovr: Awjut 1rb'IEC.S. 6rD1ilor l 13t3lt.as 41i
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