The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
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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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RECEIPTS, Ac.,. AT TOE TREASURY.A &,. . . . . 2,45881 W'A ..' -. . -= -, .
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A Tabular Statement of received ', .. S S S S S S S S 2,283 17 'I amo. do 110 do(1(1, 51 90 Do S. Scarbo roofch .T P do J 17 : .J.F TVmnsoD, do du, 2 3.U Oil .
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an3 Marion . . m L Shff.: do 31 I ?1 VAn Z'3Dt, d.- d,,, 195 00 '.
disbursed "by Ciz.\ II. AUSTIN, State . .. . 3,404 10 FrAser euton'r's ,do, 12 00 I Do J. M. do T.S'fftititoi 7bG' 411"0- ;
4' Ht-ndry do do 17 37 Do E. Wall do do, 264 00 p .
Treasurer from November 1 1831: Dnval,. . S . .. 1' A LivingstoD.jury .t wit do, 1 Oll I Do .,. 'f
I to Octo. S S S S S 3,605 95 Dec 1 IL S Frink, CI rk. do 37 7'J' Do J. B. iteHnrtdo d.., 176 ('0 27- do J. .u. Carlisle, printing, ? ': .

f her.31st, 1855, from each County in the State, Nassau,. . A . .. . 1,011 00 .. J ParJ1ns McCarty, do do dn do. 32 00 Do G. Stone, do do. 30 35 Do N. D. Zeiglcr, do do, 68 00 do \\V.H.Ro/ do 94O04.dLTuwe& t, .

I I showing the amount received, from whom S t. Johns,. . . /;.. . 1,13816 4' J. C DemiJ1y. do do, 10 60 I 4-Do M. M. Moody Still do 51 05 Do D. G.JJvingston, Sec'y of [ )lets. ., 2))5 '
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I I received a'.d the branch of income from whichreceived Putnam, . S S S S S S .. S 1,133 91 2 DT Lingo. do do, 11 00 I IU Jo Do J.H. C. Bellows: do do 51 05 Senate .240 00 Feb.17doP.Brewn.u01.& '. tn-t 3 w ..
do rMtoa Niggs.
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I also the amount disbursed Orange,. . .. 740 N Norton. do do. 435 Grancy, 410 Do J. G. Smith..Clerk 192 on :
to whom S. S .55 S .5 44 6 F. T 00 I Do C. Tay1cr ConN't. do 16 02 Do B. T. P-iker do 1V2.00 dBeUun & Whiuktr, 3 u.5
J paid and on what account paid : Sumpter,. . .. .. . 38020 t h S Keudrick do' do. 21 00 ]oS..J Miller J. 1'. do 290 Do J.G. P:1rkS, ,'r/otBtArml, 19250 do 1Lodgk1a ,& Sw clothes : .
do do, 1J2 00 Do '. t, ft Servant ., 10 23 '
McCarty. Cons ,
'I same 7 22 Do J. White, Door-keeper, 192 00 u .
Fao RECEIVED coronf'r's .
WHO J Sotracic. j Axorxr.Alitchua do, 5 00 Do \\'.S do J sand for of- I, j jficcs
816,155 74 9 II J Carter. f'wit .McLollurn ltfr.lo 7440 Do II. Corlcr, Clerk of House, 240 00 23- < McDovgal, .
Cnunly, jury do, 8 On Do Sam .. .. .. 5* 01 .-
11 FMMADra, do do ? do do 45 85 Do A. L. Fisher, Clerk, 192 00 ?" '. .
C L WiUwn T C, Revtnae of 1830, 2.283 23600 I IU n.) 11. Ptri'k, Jailor! do 14 Do J. C. Jones do W,1I.Robert*,prostculifcs; .
25 Ann
S R SeellioI, Sere it 192 OC
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flI Levy, S. ..S S S 115 80 -I 00 )1) J. AileD I 241 OOwd .
12 R Waten'oti do do fi 00 Do A. B Campbell, Door-ke-per, 192 ,00' Selphs. T
Columbia utndo,. .. .. 317 d. 115 80 Do J. Vinzaiit J. 10 W :
County S S S S S S 2J d TM Anderson do .J nilur do 9 f 0 Do R. M. Tydings.Chtplaln, 50 00 ) \\'YIMD..adYertisiJIK, j

W A 8befti.H T C, Revenue of 1854; 1,696 79 I HHIsborough. . .. . 733 53 16V E Howell do do. 1:8 00 Do J. F. McClelland Sol do 40 00 Dp Peter Triplet Servant, 48 00 do B.ard & Dcnhani, freight. -, _., ;

It Hogani, Sheriff Licnt 10 00 i Monroe' .. S . S S S S S S 1,574 11 18 1' L Barry. do dn do, 18 8 0'''I Do J: C. Allen, Bailiff, do 6 00 Do A. W. Nicholson, he Offices, )!3 D IVf -

Fine, 456 28 L C Dernil1y. do 00(I I'a Do .1. Vinzent Jail., do 32 40 per diem and mileage, 2fiO 00Tlo do same foe freight, 9 53. ;; ,
A J Wright License do II 1 9 00 Do S. W. Id&.5- du Crk-Wow A Broa. clothes '' if
95.74TJ 23 W A Sbemeld (10 do Harrington do do 13 80 D. Prorence, do do, 232 (00 .. .
-- $2,740 67West a' N' L Turner do do 28 00 I Do G. Stone, Clrk. do 70 10 Do E. D. Tracy, do do, 232 00 for St-rtant 11 05;.

$2,453 81 .4 S Helvt'n ton di ch G.S Otr Do 3. \V. Harrington'lor do 840 DoJ. Smith, do do, 15200 do J. Kirktey I 5D .
Calbnnn County . . ... . .. 17,253 J2) 27 J Mickl 'r do do 60 00 Do W Bowden Shff. do 133 04 .Vo W. U. Wynn, do do, 180 00 April 3- do W. D. Papy, servant WM. 60 00 '

Land C, He venue of 1854, (380 43 Middle,. . . . ... . 32,214 16 U D S Walker do do 202 63 00 00 I Do F. E. Del Kua Clrk. do fit 30 Do H. J. Stewart do do, 78 00 4- 80 W. & T. Bail, Carpenter ;

: t- a' O Tatin. do do Do lIamo. do do 53 85 Do W. F. Russell, do do, 376 00 Work 11 00, '
Dnv.al County. 16,15574 .4 J \V CIClt'J.do 28 0(1) 'I 0-Do J. Cobb, Shff. do 230 7r Do J. T. Baisdon, do do, 194 00 I 9do JI. Nash, postages 3&.

J D McKinley, T C. Revenue of 1854 ?3.6O95 South,. . .. S e a S.. e. 2,74067 30 T 0 Rablln.. coronpr's do do M 00 p "10-DoV.. O. Maloney CI'rk. do 20 00 Do 8. 'W. Bdlamydo do, i:,20i t do lAme" ta\ 31..*'
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-- a' J fl pa klnsjur'y k wit Do J. Cobb, Shtf. do 96 50 Do G. Bowers, do do, 204 Oil) 17- do J. Stanley, cutting wood. Jl 7> '.

Escnnibia Cotintv, 869,304 49 U J Carter d" do 2.I (0 p 13-DoS. Giinski, Cl'rk. do f>730 Do J. Carter, do do, 264 00 May a- do C. ii:. DIke, printing for 0 ffices N

Fit Maura Sheriff. IWvenue of 1853: 1,22866 IBM 9 (0 21 -DoN. C..Munroo, Shff. do 763)) Do G. Ch.irl.'S, do do, 149 60 27500 \

Fillf'I. 9 34 DISBURSEMENTS. JItU 4 If S 1I11\"enlton. d) do Do E. H. Crow, Shff. do 4'J 06 Do J. B. Chri-tio, do do, 149 60 June 6-- do J. Barnrs. ,3i. 00 t
J C Croibey Reveuuenfl8541 1.4 39 100 2(1a. 1 0 S. Tunnnn .1. P. do d} W H. Ro/all, priGti JA 00 .
G Bower,. d., do 7 2o() Do A. R. Coomb, do do, 152 00 Z 1. .
Licenses, 1,238 32 EXECUTIVE[ J C IIateluy, do do 8 0.1'a ) DoV.. P Mo.eey! J P., do 3 85 Do P. Dell do do, 204 00 20do p. E. D)k., do 155 W*. "j :
Flues. 45 60 Do W. II. Moir J. if I, 30- d. W. II. Roy 11 do 3 00 ,
185{. D \Vailker. d.) da .) : 00 P, ) 10 91 Do J. F. Dcwitr, do d), 1&2 50 1
Dec 31 Paid J E Broomc. arne. do do Do A. C. Douglas l do do 5 50 Do P. Dimnukes. do do, 152 00 July 2- do M. D. Pay; servant hire, 60 00
o f :31 Oov, qr. \I. $*75 00 14 tU I Do .J. N. do A. Mn.oni printing. 23 00 S' ,
3,871 4 T W 8 W II Dewitt do fl" Hcndry. Shff. lo SO 6'') Do E..T. Dummettdo do, 2-U 2u ,
Brevard.Comp, frac. snl l. H1 SO ) I 00 I IU .
Frauklin County Do M. R.Sessions Const do I do J. McKinN-y SI CO
C II C I. 'V.lson. do do 2 28 Do D. Fennel., do do, 204 00 ,
Austin. 424 I
C-TLigpen, T C, llereuue. of 1853, S6 89 J T Archer Treas do 200 00 'I J II 1nJry. d.' d" 29 00 6(1( 1)a J.e. Knight,, Cirk. do 10 50 Do J. B. Galhraith.do do, 144 00 21- do M. Na.h. po itnjes) 45 47fc, "

1854, 6.262 23 A L Fisher Compr. do. 103 70 13 W S Hllrris, do clo. 28 0(1'a 1)o D. G. Lei,h, do 11.) 1125 DJ W. S. Harris, do do, 234 CO Oct. 1-- do M. D. Papy, servant hire, 60 0 >- .
Licenses 760 00 priv. Secn qr. sal, 50 00( :Do T. Lnncfunl Conll't if" do Nclnon, drayage for l'00- '
F L J Pru-uis., d., do 15 6 20 Do M. Haynes.do[ do, 234 00 armory,
Auction Tax, 240 50 44 T S Villepigne Sec'y. do, 150 00 4' it4bop de Smith, do do 33 00 Do I.'. T. Kendrick Shff. do 44 00 Do W.Hollomandvj, do 15400) 9- do M. Nsh, povUgvs, .4 8tJ' .
Haughton [ 00 I Ia'
Fine, 28 56 Crk. qr. sal 125 00 22 Do \V. J. Stokes Jo 12do same, same, 33 22 .
1855 J L loselt'Y, flo do 2 00( Cl'rk. 40 25 Do J. Brown, do do, 204 00 4 I'' -

I Jan'y 3 J E Broome.rent efridcnce. 125 00 J Caibi dh do 319 60.. 27-DoM. II Stanley do do 1U3 55 Do D. W. Turner. Chaplain, 50 00 30- do T. W. Starn, .72&i :.j t.

$6,32(5( 18Gai'stlcn 17 J T Archer. Compt, frac.sal 18 J BthJbrih. : d do 5 00 I Do 11.. R. Golden, Shff. do 155 41/ Do J. S. Farriance, Assistant J j ,
: 42 00 /
County, 4' AJT Wlibt do 29-Do A J. Braddock do'do 96 Secret.ry, 192 00 .2,7 "
23 T do 3'17
Haughton Cfk 00 't :.
J M 27 76 I r
Smith, T C. Iteveuue of Ib5"i, 6.775 191 a' J H Sylvester do c1. Dec. 1.-Do I. A. JJojett, do do 58 24 Do S. F. Jones,
2 F 41 Ofl'a .
S B Love, Sheriff Licenses, 311 13 | April_ A L Vlllepigue Fisher, priv., Sec'v."" qr.sal do, 160 60 00 00 S B Todd do do) 2:1: 00 2-I Do) N. Norion do do 149 40 per piem and milcago, 444 00 POST .\( .EXAMINATIONS.( v. '

J E Broome Governor do 375 4' l' J Land do do 196 on( Do S. II.Stephens, Sol. do 20 Oll Do J. Porter do do, 186 00 S
6OSG(; S2 4' TW 00 a' S Turner coroner'8 do 23 DoJ.Walker.. Shff. lo 123 79 Do D. PreM-ott do do, 214 00 1855. I ., J.; i';'
Brevard 93
Holmes County. 44 ,Comp, frac. sal, 232 17 a' J D McKrnley. jury d wit do *95 00 -Do E.T. Kendrick, do do 89 6U Do.A.. L. Here, do do, 17800Do Jan. 14-Paid W A BHnon, P.M.Exam's, 100 .6. ..
R R Golden Sheriff Rvenue of 132 071tI H"Arcberjr. Clk, do, 90 24. Do.!. H. Putll'r do K II Shaffer do do 23 ('
rS54 C H 23 'I' J l't'rk Ufo do do 62 00 on,Conil't.l 0 41 98 L. W. Rowley, do do? 242 00 ,
}' 15 34 3 F L Austin Treas. qr. nal, 200 00 25 J Walk r. do do 1 00 DoV.. P. Mseley, J P. do 38 30 Do W. U. Criglar do do, 244 00 23do W S Wilson. do do 2.. 00.' .
Villepigue Lib'lI. frac. sal 44
J E Broome n F B.dtzell. do do 15 60U DoM.Cuunmjliaiii; } Cl'rk do 71 40 Do J. R. hadduckdo, do, 18400 do WR hayward, do fit )U 00 .

8ll7 41, July 2 H A rent of residence 125 00 J T Myrick. do do 'p 9 2U Do) A. I). McKinnon. 11c do 68 50 Do M. Atkins, Clerk, 192 OU Feb. 1do C A Heinz do do 25 00.1!
Corley. CI'k.
eaL 125 00
Uillftborough C iiutv" T W qr. E L Seiph. do (10 lIS 00 I Do N. L. Mi'Kinnon, Const do 33 00 Do W. Scott do. Ifl 00 do T A Bradlur, do dQ 25 OQ-

E T Endrick, Sheii lU-vejjuc oifiSSJ, 'i22 60 C H BrevardComp Austiu,Trens, do do, 271)200 (ou'0 1 Feb 2 G G halt roTOncr.s do 15 00 I 11-DoJ. M.Lindrum, S >1. do 110 00 Do B. W. Thompson, 16- do SF Jonesdo .10 21 00.
License 10 45 A L Fisher Cl'k 3 4' B L l' Blake juror & wit di, 5 00 I Do J.M. Anderson, Sh'ff. do 219 07 p<.T diem and mileage, 244 00 do J H Popdu do 23.tOMcb.
do 50" 00 '
Auction Tax 48 F L 6 J T Myaick d) do 27 00 p Do T. llcasloy, Jailor do 86 80 17Po Dover Allen. Servant 4 00 17- do E H McDonald, dodo d.j ::25 00..
Villepiifiio. do
t same, Librarian do 50 R II I'lIrlriJgt'. do di 24 00'I Do S. R. Sessions CI'rl.do '22 45 Do T. P. Randolph, contingencies, 6 93 K Phillips, dy d" 23C0,

f733 t3 7 J E Broome 00 I .. I C tmiIy, .10 do 39 0(1'a ( IS-Do J. Frink, do do 30 65 Do Berry & Rowles. do, 26 46 do D A. Branch, do do u .OU..
rent of residence 125 00) .
j Hamilton County, I same, fraction Martin. Jury and Witnct fees. S 00 I 10-Do N.G.W. WalkcrShff do 54 15 Do J. A. Edmonton, carpenter 23do W F Robertson dado do 2a'UO
salary 218 84
J BSmM. T C. Ik-venue of Its54, 1.16771 : r if C. J.McMmn, work Rob'tsonfcEppsdo do 25 oUtl ,
October 1 A L 17 JJ MeMit1u.; .10 do 14 00 I Ia. Do dodo 3H: ( 81 17 50
J N Heudry, Sheriff Licenses, Fisher priv. Sec., qr. sat 60 00 % do W F Robertson do do' 20 00 -
I 120 2fiE J-K Broome. Gov S SearborlJ'Jgh. do dll I 18 00 Do S. Helvenston, do do 131 20 Paid J. McDougall stationery, 218 75 ,
do, 575 00 .
game, rent of rcsideoee 12500 D E IIuU, ci'rtntrs' do 2ti 01)I Do R Bullock Clrk do. 67 50 Do Geo. Damon cabinet work, 43 00 Apt. 2do R Hanraon, do do :25.CO t

81.2S7 'J7Jlenian'lo C H Austin Trcns, sul. 2
Pouiitv, T VV Brevard qr. 2(I 0 McKinnoll, llo do 6 ('0 I 26-Do W II OWt'r. do (10 29 70 Do P. Triplet,Servant, 16 00 do GT Maxwell, do do .25.dO
LS1,1TC' Iteveuueof l&J ?3i7 23 Comp, do.. 275 00 if Do June 11do K B S lI*rPJ do do10, 00" .
II 27 J 11 R.ibnsoc: do do 2.00 G Stone, Clrk do 239 90 Do Heir & Rust, contingencies, 132 64
Archer do
jr. Cl'k. 12500 -
-- G U Ho1L JC.rollcr do 15 00 Do Bowden Shrffdo 3G5 52 Do W. Nah. carpenter work, 2 00 do O II IIowcIl, do dIJ O 00

Jef..rs.'n c..unh' -- BLSel"h.jllrya/lllwitlleas, d., 6100 I 29-Do R R Golden (lo do 25 30 I Feb. 10-Do Dyke & Williams, printing, 3,680 22 II
I.J I. 4,024 95
DN..riTC[ iert'iiueof154. 5,214 31 28 But1er&Denianlo) do 5 00 I I'a Do M A Stanley! J P do 4 75 15-Do T. S. Haughton, cop'g lawa, 250 00 f 518..00

D T Liu o. She ciff Lil'e.'n:5es 17! 21 JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. D Milligan col'1.ner. do 12 00) 30-Do II E Bunker, Jailor, do 51 55 17-Do Hodgkisa & Scott, contingcnciet 1 .

Fines ". 97 1854 Marc!, 3 if P Errc14. jury lTud witnr1s do 10 tic I 1855. 10 50 RECAPITOLATIO
Jod Walker, Li'eusu, 24 7"Fiut Xov 2 raid S B Sol l E llackbU.D.do! do 5 UII I Jan'y 3..Do C Thfcpin, Shrff. do 829 09 Paid Peyton Brown wood, 156 25 F .

35 63 .. II D Stephens.Kendrick do, qr. 1'\1. ?62 50 t 4' J %vDaIi.v, do do 17 (H I 5- C H Austin, J P. do 12 40 26-Do J. C. Jones, making carpet Ext cut jye! Department,.'. ... ... "-" 95' ;..

d.i, 62 50 .Tad IC.al. Deparlraont.. .... ..'.. .... 1' no.8T-
1 J M Baker di., do, 62 50 II T DIeker. do d.. 00) "JNHendry) Shr'ff, do 91 SO for haI.! 5 55 i ,

._ 5.619 821 II D Kendrick. do do 0 5 same do do 47 00 9G B >wer Clrk, do 43 70T Do'TlSJrlaughtqn. cnttine.wcod.. 5L5Q., .Mili UJ D..2M.al..A'p.jO II .- : _.--- aL.Nftiri .,.-_- '
... '1 .r. -- i "62SC In .--1- -. ; n'u; ;; -.-., J' 6 CO) 11- >f>3"WLanclrum, Sol., do 7500( 'Do Towlc'Ar Myers;contingencies, 10 00 and Iiate '!} f:. ..!-!. 1J')1 3.S .
.J M ChtrkT C. J.. I'Ia'J of ) )4, 3.8l1i 16 t same nmmr,1'i m'li.1rJ; 9 I 15 J II Rhodes do do 43 00) I 13- P 1)i1la1in'rS Russelldo 187 55 April 14-Do C E Dyke, printing lawI, "200 00 O'lmlnal Prolf'cahnnt.."-.:.''_' 4 u. ...._. )4)_OJ<.OqExp.nues '

I J Gritfu SheliI Liceuses 21 35r 4' J M quarter salary., 62 50 I 6 F L illepiglIP I do do S 00 11__. .>. .V.f. i.->....r/.k, cwfr. .. dn r.n Rn : 7th Gen'ral Assembly,..-;.. ... !J.;,971 .08 .
Baker do : \i!! -- ---- -- -- -- ,
62 60 : : .
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r &l i> Tapy, Reporter 250 00 . .u... .v.u"n", WJ t "1 ,V 1l.--l H .trich, Biff, do 5 351[ $19 9 fl08 C c..tJDlem.E"xpeMt'tISaprem,. .. ; -617 51 :
$4,117 51 : 'a J CStr 5=> I ., ,, WaD Hostilities.. .. .. ...,. .. 1,70778
Dec :SI T F Kilig Judge 600 00 fty.jl1r.rII1.1 Wituc do 5 00 J4! T JLaml' Sh'il.do 4 8R P ; SVPREMECOUflT.' < ,. Ii
Leon Countv" I a C.H Diipunt do. qr.5I11ul'do 500 '00 a N D McKiunan, do do "S3 CO 1 -V, JIlV Kinney, Cl'rk. do 07 i'5 .} ..pr' > .-_..._.' > 4'. Florida stud Georgia State- Boun&aryLn.4.530 31- '

LCBcuiilly.TC.JB Revenue .f 1854, 8,752 79 JV Baker, do.. do, 500 00 a JT J Hi-rick. doT do 14 00 I7--." S D Lore, Shr'ff do 246 29 1854 .. ." Censai of )1S55. _. ..... .. ....*. ..- "1ST 8. ,

Auction Tax. 25 95. 1' Baltztll, do, do,, 500 60 29April C Raybou, do do 15 00 .. it C/imeron, J P, do 29 65I4"50 Nor.-10-P/id C. E. Dyke, print'g report, 460 00 .Contingent Fond,.. .. .... .. ....... ... ,WT <|6t .'

Rhodes TC, Revenue. uf 1S52, 1,497 18 I.?, M 1) Papy, At'y. Geu'I, .al,' 125 00 U J M Willis, du do 15-00 .* R It GoldeiK Shr'ff do 37 35 Do J V Gamier, Clerk' fees., 18 00 Post MoiU-m Examinations- 543'O'L A'

44 1853, 2.603 14 M ,J M Landrum tjolicitor! ,qr.(10. 62 50 16 N Posey doE do 50 00 i.K S Spencer, Cl'rk, dodo 14 40 1855Jan. Herrings patent fire, proof s fe for Trvaa- ; ,/?: ;.*'% -

"- "SB' Stephens, do, : 'do., 63 50 a 11 .West. doT do 10 PO \V M GarrisonS do 100 95 9-Do J A EJmonson, carpenter ury Office.r.. 341 .'0Vxrs ., ;..

-'13. .09' 31 S.. J M Baker do,' do, 62 50 a P J Denbara do) do 7 50 18- Scarborough do (10 115 95 work, 63 00 I .-.
Levy County a' J M Brown do do B Love Sh'ff do 21 Feb. 9-Paid J 25 69 77,9202a;
T Douglas Judge, do.00 00 9 05 24 S 55 McDongall, stationery, : ',.:-.- k
R TTatson Shertf!; IitiVeuueo/lb'54, $415 80 J J Finley do, do., 500 00 RII Alexander' (I.) dodo 19 60 2.r) R H llogans do do 135 57 Do II T Blocker, shff. fees, 112/ 50 .

"H D Keudnck, Solicitor, do, 62 50 a. T C Raybou, ito 22 00 26J M Baker, Sol., do 60 00 Do J P K Savage, elk. fees, 345 40 flU'MMARY.Balance : .. .

Monroe County. 1855 1C H T Blnckcr, do dodo 34 00 27- A Young, J P, do 7 20 20-Do same, do, 118 I 50 : t. ..

i 10ti1g. C. Revenue 1854, 1,239 85 Jan 20 W A Forward. Judge amount of 21 C B Allen do 7 50 R Hogan, Shr'ff do" 2 70 April 7-Do J W Poaser, do, 18 00 pet Report Dec. 4, 185-1. 'sG .00. S

Auction Tax; B3t 2'6 appropriation for eerricus in T W Brevard do do 7 90 29- L C Demilly, Con'r., doSkr'ff 24 01 Do E T Kendrick, shff. fee, 33 81 Am'l of receipts from revenue sources, 68,364!49# .

-- Sjpreme Court 400 00 a' E Williamson, do do 7 7 85 t N Muuroe, ; do 41 01 May 9-Do A Doggett, tiep. elk fee, 49 00 a4 United States 643.95 .

J 1,574 11 April II D Kendrick. Sol, (rae. sal, 185' 39 I' M liouckdo do 7 85' 30D G Leigh Cl'rk, doShr'ff 13 55 Do J P K Savage. do, 105 25 .4 Governor and l Comp-; .' ,- -

Marion County. M D Papy. At'y. Ocn'l sat 125 00 4' N B Walker, do do 6 05 ClTiicpin; do 93 6i Do W B "den, riff fees, 92 48 roller on account Contingent Font', 300 00 -

J II Willia., T. C, Revenue of 1655 2,918 75 4' T Douglas JuJ e. qr.do, 500 00 23 II T Blocker do do '7 1 50 Feb 2- a* N G \V Walker, do do 29 79 12-Do H Blocker, do 15 10 Received for Herring's ere proof safe, 145'00: -

Auction Tax, 13 86 'a J Cobb. dodo do ., do 18 Do J P K elk. fees .1 Treuury CenificaU-s tamed 11,832 18- '
JMLaudrum, Sol, fraa salary. 185 30 C5 00 G G Holt, J P, 11 80 Savage, 10 S7 ,
S Helrenston 6heri Fiuea, 47 69 a JM Baker, do, do, 185 39 24 J M Wade, dodo 5 00 3-.--" R Hogans, Shr'ff, do 654 02 Juno 19-Do same, do, 15 65 a'

; Licenses; 423 80 J J Finley Judge, qr. sa'ary' 500 00 'a H L Rutgers do 20 00 .is T Beasley, Jailor, doS 60 35 -- ts I8.I !6Jr.: "

-- J W Baker, do, do, 500 00 25 N Mayo do dodo 4 00 't G Wester, Cou'st, doL 21 45 81,517 51 .' -
i3, 0,1 10 a. A Mayo, Jo 14 a, do A in't of dUbnr.ments on war-. :
.4 W A Forward do; do, 608 00 00 :- C Demilly, Bli'f, 6 00 .
Jfadisoa County. C H Dupont, d->, do, 500 00 27 If G 0 Holt coroner's dodo 18 73 'I J Wilson do do 6 00 INDIAN HOSTILITIES. rants of Stt Coniptrnllrr, 77,920 38 .
Jl McKinney. C, Revenue 1854 3,431 77 28 D F and wit. Am't of certificates .
T Baltzell, do., .do., 500 00 llergerjury 8 40 6- HT Blocker, Shr'ff. do 51 00 Treasury '. : .
T M Anderson Sheriff. Licenses, 315 40 S B Stephens, Sol, frac. sal 185=39 a'. J Moody, do do 7 05 14- J C Gamier Clrk. do 21 04 1854 redeemed, 3,823 84 .

Fiucs, 30 40 T F King. Judge qr. salary, 500 (OJuly I *- If J Wilson do dodo 9 50 17- E W Crow, Shr'ff do 46 68 Nov. 8-Paid W. Truman" horae kit in A m't balance on hand and" .

I 4' S Ulmer. do 4 00 do do 39 .. service 110 00 applicable Treasury cer- ,. :t
2 C H Dupont, do., do, 500 00 23H.l R Golden 65M'ch2G"ETKendiick r .> .. .
*3,777 67 Ie H D Kendrick, Sot do, 200 00 1 30May U J Wood do' dodo 5 00 : do do 10 00 1855 titJcate Xo. 10 4 f$1 1,500, 304 50 .

Nassau County J M Baker, do, do, 200 0(1 :, U. B Milligau corooor 15 00 31- L C Dt-milly, Bl'ffdo 12 00 Jan. 10-Paid A Sparkman horse lost in ,w- 816i". S "

S Higginbot1wn T C, Revenue of 1854, fl.Oll 00 M D Papy, At'y. Gen'L qr.sal, 125 00 2 J C Houck jury and witness do 8 00 Apr'l 2- G .C Townsend do do 12 00 service. 150 (0 I.
8 Of R Harrel do do '7 20 Paid A S services Nott-Tlie balance outstanding 1nTrs :
". TBaltzell Judge do, 600 00 same do do 1 50 Spoer as sur recr- .
i Orange County. T F King, d-x, do, 600 00 4 4. W G Lester, doT do 6 65 6t J Wilson, do do 4 00 geon. 797 46 tiricatoa anv-uutinitto 88,203 34 rwi :"', '

0 VataonSheriff Revenue of 1854, 697 05 W A Forward, do do, 600 00 5 a' C Raybon coroners do 18 00 '' do do do 75 Mar. 29-A Ginn, services us officer, 649 72 o the incoming revenue of 1855hoftly; after th date.of .f \

,- RevenueellS52 38 83 J W Baker, do, do, 600 00 7 a T Barnett jury and witness do 6 30 3- H Archer, jr Clrk do 78 90 this report. .' c' .

Fines, 06t. J J Finley, do, do, 600 00 4' J Walker, do do 13 75 7- H T Blocker. Shrff doW 175 33 $170718 C. n. AIT8TINSlt ,- : ,

44 S B Stephens Solicitor.. do, 200 00 9 .a D Cameron, dodo do S 50 S Dilworth, Sol. do 10 00 Tnttmfar.Treasurer's '.. : : "

$740 44 T Dougw.Judge, do, 500 00 ..a G H Townsend, do 8 40 10- GGHolt. JP do 15 44 FLORIDA AND GEORGIA BOUNDARY Office,Tallahassee, Dec. 6, .855... ,:. .; :

; Putnam County. Sept 2i M D Papy, Reporter, 250 '00 10 H L Rutgers. do do 78 20 K H Alexander, Shr'ft'.o., 91 L 3T LINE. .. _

N Norton Sheriff, Revetoe, of 1854, 807 60 Oct. 1 same A 'y.Geo'Lqr. salary, 125 00 11 W F Robertson, do do 5 00 27- S W Spencer, Clrk. do 27 90 1854 ,."?
:; License 113 18 a J W Anderson do do. 1 Nov. 18 Pa d M D WILLIAM P. SLUSSE'.I : i
W A Forward Judge do, 500 00 00 28S B Stephens, Sol. do 10 00 Papy, p'rofes. services: 300 00 ,
; JP.Brown, 204 25 'a T M Anderson, do do 162 50 I 1855 ,
"OH, Dapont, do,: do, 600 00 May 5- J Walker, Shr'ff 81 19 .,
I? Re venue of 1855 8 88 J J Fiuley d., do, 500 00 12 G C Townsend, do do 8 05 u T nel\ll y. Jailor, do 52 40' Jan: 26-Paid ,B F WJutner, Jr., survey- T&l1.Gt1as- I. *i e a."t. .', .. ",, ,
IL "do 4' J Watson, do do 59 36 J Anderson J P do 4 00 I or'*services, 2000 00 MANUFACTURER or Corrx .
J W Baler, do, 600 00 ,Tnr:4JD Sja,Dt. ;i. -.
,: $1,133 91 ".. S B Stephens Sol, do. 200 00 15 u R 11 Gamble do do 6 25 J B Brown, Shff do 107 79 I Feb. 8.-Paid same same, 500 00 IRON WAREVHOLKSAJUB A'JI ..

Sumpter County 23 T Douglas, Judge frac. salary 894 34 19 II A Corley, do do 16 05 S Glinski, Cl'rk doT 4O65' 16-Paid B F Whitner, Sr 30 31 DEALER'IX D }'t JU(1 '. ., I I';
Lot HaIl T C. Revenue of 1854, $380 20 -- F L VHIepigne do do 10 80 9- L Barry do do 17 50' Mar. 23-Paid M D Papy, prof. services 200 0) PLAIN FAXQT" &cihruri3.. .1 I r .;'' .

M '. $16,470 87 22 G C Townsend dodo do 2 50 I D Camcron, J P doT 3 75 July 11-Paid B F Whitner, Sr,, com'r, 1,500 00 WARE.. ;' :, Ji" ". ,
! St. John County; .a T L Barry, do 29 00 11- W Anderson, Sid do 301 21 p .' .-.' ,' t' '.; l" ',.'-.,

; JMickler, Sheriff, Revenue of 1854 $1,138 16m MILITARY DEPARTMENT. .I' F L Babbit do do 4 00 I "-iVPMoaely, J P do 10 CO $4,530 31 Stove 1IendQarte.j .. .r-. .,..; .--". .

W 1854 26 8 Helvenston, do do- 340 50 S [R Sessions, Clrk do 49 30 ?i. A I1maLof\.t.,. ...) .I.

; Santa Rosa County, Dee 31. Paid J P K Savage, Q. IL Gq-sai, 75 00 I .U. J Wilabn. do do 9 00 12- Hugh Archer jr. do do 5 20: CEXSUS OF 1855. LI. an.lWood Stove, l-7, a-v 1tt. <: .' '. ;
JOotb,jr. Sheriff, Revenue of 1854, 1,4.1 60 J.M Smith do do 88 00 I J P do 10 83 .
: w R A Shine, rent of Armory, 62 60 22- G C Towncnd, and durability reduced p fOot -.* > .
80""JCobb. do do 21 00 1855- |
400 00 >
: 1855 '
do do 7 90
23 D Cameron
L 0 Demilly. repairing 100 00 I '
: arms 8 R Sessions, dodo do 161 6Q Ang. 28-PaM G W Blackburn 235 04 > Door 'WO rk<'1.1*- -;t.- -. "W: ,
? 26- S Helveston, Shff do 63 30 !.r"
April 3 : B A Shine rent of Armory 62 60 I \ '
$1,817 60 7500July I June 9 .. T BoswclL do 2 80' Juno 13- J Griffin. Clrk do 675 21 Sept. 29-Paid J G S'mi.t 258 30 Ropfiog. Ornamental Front HeaJs; GBttlrjng. On ff ,' ."' \ .:. I I.snd P' .p i.
? JPKSaTageQ.M.Oqr.saI .
B do do 15 '. P"aid J T per ,Tin-.Conducting" PiprvSbis ,,lead 'm }. '
00 Oct. 13 303,74
*: Walton Coonty, 1' tu B A Shine, rent of 62 60 12-. Milligan, fa same 'dodo 221 35 ; Ktlgore, ; h" :. :

N C Honroe Sberiff Beveaat of 1854, $291 18 JPKSayng Q. 11.Armory G. .al. 75 QO 16 J B Brown, dodo do 1161'05 I 21!- B Watien, Shff do 39 14 -- ZinC Ldd Pipeti,'Pat.Gn'.tiir .----r..k : ;: .' 1' ,
1 .', qr. 21 EWaUoii, do -29 BO(I .. 1787 08CONTINGENT of every nrid"'deQeahho.tt. : : --cCily ,
i -- Oct' 1 ". B A Shio rent of Armory, 6250M 29_." D Cameron, J P do 14 15 : x t. .
: #4 '. -'. Wainll Connly. 22 N''Norton.J .. dodo do 185 60 I De Clrk do 30 85 and ppuotry Rerctsaistt. .
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f.I 11' PyZ4R.veune ofl854, 1, 91 July 23 ." C Crosby, do 682 65 I ',' JC' Crosby,' Sbr'ff dado 117' 66 FUND. Ar, respectfully tevited.)o ghsj oi.a H tMjbtsj par'enksmgeliewhere. .. .' ,L.. J Jt.

I *'* :R a a.si&.g F'&OeI 1000 $65000 Sep 5Oct80 R Caoova. do do 44 00 16- J B Brown, do 9 85 .- V ...'** ""Wi I. aJJ .,_ ., .. .

g 11 :W.,Walked, Xieehaes, 6 23 -_ -. ." Lc Demilly, ',do do 80 25; II J Coif. jr.. dodo '354 05 1854. f- TVNor. '.CsTS ;kVj&U articles nuu Dwto d firm Un '., ..... .' i
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J ATaber do .' do ,2S&( : S Pald M. 47
JU1WRS.AllD STATE wrraisSEs. N8J1 Postages, V33 best material and warranted durable.. N. other&die .
4 :: 'l503-i. : : : -k--; -. $1 .216 22SEVENTH I 26-. .do B. F.,-Whltner, Com. State -, da] will U offered for sal*. .J." .' .' '
1854 -
Wubingtm Countl, o. Nor Paid LJ0 Demilly,juror & tril e rtf fil 00 : : $11,9OIS1: "$... -' ___,__.L_, '';(': .Boundary Lino; 200- 00 October JO; 185V ,et ,
.. .: 21 do J..Me DoogsH :Stationery.tut.
i.AT,8berZ ,30030 .: ,
Reyeou.U51, 00 'GENERAL ASSEMBLY. .
4' H T.C Baybnn, coro er's fees : Tt CItb1NALPROSECUT1ONS. -
forBecj Office 14354 '
10 'L C DeDillJIjaror.t wit.ctrl 4600 9 *" _o' ,' -. 7 .. Execttop'a _?Iot1c... .,' J .l .
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'. 67 : JBBoulback <*<> d 300 1 1855. .. /"Tv r arutrix b.rtby.oU4.ts .
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,.dc Lchm en : and take position".the ized The truth yc4 all qi.eatio. ,, uPon which such opposition" sngh pit t certainly adopt that line of policy for hlmsekwhich '*:

rIook Ottt.-On anJ.f. r the fi rtof JkDQry. line above indicated, in defence of the. fron Tilni him out," says lh? *
18i !Hc'frrt'-pJWHng.thVooj Tb .HaSv! mrlcprejwud"f tiers. 41 turn him out"-but when you "Respect Jur us ge doth require for the choice 0'(I threatened evil, and of ptrserring In*. : d
y'8Urnp8" A first,rate dinner, I call no man to account I
I nr p.dr' Let and all resolve that Eastern
m.ltfinpBtci l thVJrWi."XTister' to tlareHl one our and such as him, what ,is to i TSTliettiime j ZaaP with steady 'pace. sides which he may see Ct to elect for him.; tegrity of Constitution. smf'ttie, ount.. '
: My line of settlement shall rest on Peas Creek.- national whjcb} ; \ ; And Chri tm& brings) with jocund face,. Such has been the course punned by.some .
be cbcrjnng great party rail .In (....
_ no to btotoa as stamp and .txp dEII To mint and tinner.Y sel and have_ no disposition ti question .(
vel f' are k"pt Aouitautly on ImmL That our settlers will not fall back;and.. we spring in thirsty land? AH 't we from ci torn must def-art man's motives, believing a* I do 'the wkfgs.who have affiliated:with, thedemt. t'.; ';;

=3 : : shell succeed in its defence. the North and Vet, Mr. Botts (A th.'uh fiat gnevcswy very heart). that any citizen of the. country should think cratieparty, Ind ,wbether tiej.are right Joy: .

Another Indlan-'r r Commenced !! O.i motion of Her.' Mr. Pratt, that raitable repudiated tho platform, and For scarcity On this in ooraeiou.lanler rf.'gn and act every for himself In all matters, and specially rfbt, in point of fact, they believe their course'_
The following: int l1igent'hro'Dght hy the persons be selected to organize commands, turned out"' with i him, how Inflicting on rrar f>Ig tlie pains in politic But while a man's motives c to bo correct, and, intend to'majptain if,,. But i iI

and that the same be recommended to hU Excellency will be l left ? Of sore privation.Excpptiifw their correctness is not problematical! they J
fctcarar which left Tampa oi the 26th ult., bo and flow from a desi-o lo I ,
r the Governor of this State for livid to every law, may pure, may
tcis no corainont. It; i is eignificant, ive com the draw bo seek to bo national 1 in (their principles, they
Uephed i co do his ,
1 mission. A Mail a-t Last. pouM you may. right, yet judgment may wrong:
greatly fear, of mrotlwr terrible ludian War A sage conclusion : and while his conclusions mAy bo consistent t feel bound by duly, choice and Utertst &
on the fro tict of this State: Whereupon, Wtn. B. Hooker, Leroy P. Lc.I Owing, we Bupposc, to the On dainties not to pot your mmd Vininlain the integrity of their domestic 'fnttiI .
I hey, I'. Mamn, Mr. Edwards,were considered dition of the streams on the Lest hy experience yen find with laa premises, yet if the premises are
and'at time
U Jel nlioll. tntions the same the
sore ( ,
Fron th preserve
[ Ta-npa PtUD"IJ1ar.) E.trn.] fall with them and I .
false the conclusions must ,
to such sen-ice and route mails hail reached this Yt-1 why on a dolorom ft'I '
a g proper pernor.s: perform no pITt Union of the States and to contribute "
-- Ltitest from Head Quarters. That vonrc w ftot a deepcrate ease, such I deem to be facts with icference to the .
were respectfully recommended to his ExcilGovcmor. north or wet t for something .
You'll make confessionVJ -: those vital] ends thev mast affiliate and cd-

., ludfan WarTlHfTitable.Tbe It'ncy..tIl' I, lat until yesterday e\ening, \ : You fuel inon Official information The meeting on moiion! tlien a<5journ d. from Thumas\ilu! came in, ) ] party. cy
following w.isrvc To rure depression.I'v ganization, nnd that presents some tangibleprospect "
';ivc.1 at tho Head Quarters of the Troop SIMON TURMAiV, Chairman! nah papers of the 2Sth! D<'(( ( } <> .p.ue.rilu. )Lark Ixmc, Mnmge meat, declaration. of paramount devotion I those "ndfbt'n

_ in Florida, about 11$ o'clock last iii ht. The HiMv( A. CRAM, Socrrtary."Titrnllha ligence from 'WrsLington of tlw 1\ititoM. rabhaso, soused pig' feet to the Union, and in tho same pint. attaining objects ;
With tun i i.io, rice pillau ((1\ treat they come to look for such n political party, '
iatellignc was brought ficru Ft. Myers Itv -. h.d tlieir been .hoscn form of principles incorpora e a section ,
ipeaLcr :; : B"Jmhlal1 question.)
the U. S. Strainer *' Hanger." The Ringer Cut( I"' : the I list ballot for Potato custard pumpkin! pie ((the slavery clause) which has dr vele.cry they can (find it only in the National: DrmW

_ left Fort Jlyers on the moruii g of the 2 2ad standing Of gwft cakes a variety hence their decision to go with that,
Tliis 1 brief language is all!! the Xr.ovv Xrthing .:: non-slaveholding State from the party and
Instant. ard.-on 67, Fuller :31, scattering ( An.l ci'ffcc. strong na "good old Rye,
t or an }Ins to titJor: i J rr upon so tu t I ll'l I TI! c lea! etS an otherwise : To aid digestion.Wi11 produced uncompromising hostility betweenthe party.: But I have already extended this let

Fort Bt09k&', ''Fl., )1Di 1 unwelcome intdli (l1c( that John 31i.ior; Bultn, i torc-ct. : 1 1 salisfiifl with this Haplny, two sections of the country aggravating ter beyond what was intended in the out-set. ,

r.. t23ni. li So.An __. Know l J 1J Of ontHide for Christmas day, rattier than the of bitterness RepeflfiiHy yours, A.
a I imminent Virginia Nothing; (\\hore !I The dame here cmk'd.To modifying feelings

4 pxploiki. j>ai1y under cotnm.-vnd of Livu- i name Teas been associnfcd with the PretidenJ City ConEd make reply the p-ireon_sought.l which previously existed under the old '

U'nant Ueorge L. 11m tmtf litid Artillery of the hut nieKsnge by a servant LrougLir. I The truth is that the of the Know XolhlDglsin rcrsos Labor \
by a portion "American' party,) The election takes place! on Their chat suspended. parties. object
co4shting IjSergeaut: Corporal and 7 It is in this I Ii
\ has pronounced against the 12tli arjiclc of for Intendant and members of the A christraas !,'' the durJiey said, originators and founders of the party was to no uncommon occurrence agoof
privates attacked_
Ruddfidy by a part I Low bow jug with uncovered head to hear the advocates of the No
of d/tniaole Indians: at day-lujht on the 23tijiut the Philf.dclphi.1 pLitfrarn, and in facer of ig. cil. Taiioui tickets to bo "''brougkt a turkey entrap tiLe] South into an anti slavery organization i

about 16 mires S. E. from Fot: Simon noring the slavery qnesion from all futmc been handed in for With miesus ccII pUm ntl" A. iy by which to carry the Presidential, election Nothing party calling upon the mechanics find .

Drum-that post being about 40 wiles S.-E. conventions and platforms of the: Pl ty.- which are the following : The liijlrfhin-j's gleams athwart the sky, in 1856, and thus place the country tinder other laborers of our country, to unite with
from Fort 1\1 Intensely murky, them in their crusade the
unholy against rightsof
Jer. Doubtless the Sentinelconclude.1, that the A smile illumed 'the parson's face, the cpntrol of Freesoil rnlers. Thi-i ia
The party left Fort Myers on the For In'-!. /-THOMAS Wo
morningof Acknowledging with proper grace, demonstrated the conduct of the man and the s.1m tty: of citizenship..
mere announcement of such a remr.rkablepronunciamcnto fully by ncnskveholding
the :
7th intt. and 1
to the time of .
up The kind donation.Anothr
were er aged in making a re-examination of from one of its cherished CounciJmcn-1 A. Shine, II. : rap In Sunday riff, f States in the Philadilphia Convention I see them, before an intelligent fludienc of

the portion of tro Big Cypress Swamp, examined I leaders, would be sufficient for lliafportion 01! T.F. K.Lane Cotton Betton F., D.Whitakor P. Hogno R., H.P. :I An Ethiop brought collation.a roasted jiig, for when the Southern States, through I their fellow citizens, endeavoring to incite the
by the Troops last winfer. Three mon the public who obtain their mental pabulcm There-mince pic, jelly, and pound cake, their delegates, demanded and insisted upon I laborer against o'u/' foreign born population,
e" the command arrived at Fort Myers on the I. TVith of bettei miike 1 the ground that this population coming
syllahub, on
from its ((lurnn But tho disiinguiJicd! Virginian a National Platform night of the 21st, it i is supposed that Lien For clltlallt-TltoI.'s lI.i Than "Sherry Cobbler," with them will decrease their
Ilarteuff and the remainder of hu have ouglii not to be dcvmiwed ii: tins summary AnJ Vcnivii cnme. To grace tic board of the delegates from the non-Maveholding competition vatjes. -
party: J.
lo'md1irtz-H. D.
lie is Ru'gers, With luxuries by kindness stored, from the With such sophistry they hope to gain
ken killed. manner. not only one of the J. G. Anderson S. '\. States w ithdrew Convention went .
Myere, Another gobbler I
Most of the public annuals with the exne- ablest and boldest of Know Nothing leaders. E. B. Clark, Arvah hopkins, P. Quite philo opliically bent. home in a rage and abandoned the Order, the support of thi3 intelligent claw, It.nJ! under

dition, some is in number, were also shotdown. I bat it is within the bounds of possibility that parson: close attention lent and the few that remained and acted with the them dupes to their political cli nary ; but
Lieut. Hartsuff i\Iic last had To this rare logic. .
ana broken, and is supposed to soon have: been one the Know Nothings of Hsrida may vet be For Inicndan!-THOMAS II" The spou.se, with dialrctic kill, southern delegates in the adoption ofthe platform we trust and believe that they arc too well' .

wounded in his side. called upon to give l him their su'fTrages for the Cl'1lmrilmrn-H. A. Shine, /? : Bairn|nint discussed ; and with good will, virtually followed .the example 01! those 1 acquainted with their own interest to bV

Private Henna, 'if Co. G., 2d Art'; one of Presidency Jn view of such a contingency, D. H. Amcp, P. n. Brokaw, K. paragogic.a 4 that withdrew, for they returned home and wrecked upon aach a shoal.

the party, who escaped,.brought the above in- therefore it is important: that the view of Mr. F. Allen, C. Godbold, II. L. :?, Cliiiims: ,nitn' !! 0,;Gl ri-mas rains joined the Republican party, which is composed Let us, however, give it a more serious

f imifttion to Fort! Myers. Hanna was woundvd Botts should be known; and In presenting them --- Bwpnttwing all the window [iinx-s .o( the refractory and unsound of all !! thought by inquiring, bow they propose to

?4ii left tl another e abdomen of the; not partv seriously% Private it is Baker thouglt, also J Jh te our readers they serve the double purpose of HIGH lr TER.-Tins part of ure'iiin Without Fcnrnpt-cessation ring;fFom the 4>ook, ssrlics. Now, if t the American: party was I remedy the evil U They w ill inform you that

wounded l, about 18 miles from Ft. Myers. showing, first t, the real character of some cf is emphatically: water-bound at se.Fc-h Lollninati"of fr.n.. ,.in. every nook originated and put forth to the -country in i this can be accomplished by a change in the

Baker gave out at that point and could come: the Southern Know Nothing leaders, and secondly writing. All the streams West Apt cmWems y-e, of friendship's store, good faith, and with an honest design to promote I I naturalisation lairs. l1eir.t'ry object and

no farther. the false claims to nationality" setup us have wandered out of their from her generous fuuuts riie poursIn the perpetuity of the Union and the national desire can be accomplished it 'seems, by this

The. Indians making the attack were some I I! by the dark lantern" press for their by- ing them utterly impassable magic copious skill shower dispelling*. gloom, integrity and prosperity of the country, I I infallible remedy. They propose to revolu-
25 30 in number. Two of the
or Companies, I brid party. The letter in which Mr. B. comes ming. The Ocklocknee river, on dreary heath e. now made to bl.'om, in contradistinction to the National Demo j lionize society ; to animate every breast with
Artillery to leave Ft. the
were Myers on With fragrant flowers.
morning of the 22d inst, in search of Lie.it.Hailxufi : ont so flat-footed, was written by him on the road, we are told, has spread its New Year's Eve. In cheerful mood, cratic partwhy did the non-slaveholding I pitriotic emotions, and change human nature

*ana .the missing members of bis par. 14th November last, to a mass meeting of fully. On the West side of the tlionglts of kiudnct-s shown, exclude States abandon it the moment the South asked I I from its present corrupt state," to one of refinement .

t.". Other movements ef the troops in the direction -" the American organization" in Louisville, Ky. said, it "had stretched Itstdfout the h membrance tiny pntftlir..incache dire ; Iroee, to be considered, and that her consti'uionnl -f and pvnity by such a law. With exclamations -

ef the! ba'.tle-ground, were ordered irr- The precious document"has just been givento tance of about three miles -and parson joins in childhood's) } cleo l rights should be respected andprotected of"joy to the world"'they proclaim
mediately oa the receipt of the information mother, smelts the to see,
oonccrniug the attack. _. the public by the Know Nothing organ in traveling"} at the last accounts- Around the fire. group in common with the North and West !- this, (mixed**!ith a little religious proscription,)

The above information embraces' everything Rschmond, Y*., the main features of ,:Licll its way to Ponsacola to look after from the put the boiling broth ; Why were they so ready to fly off ai not to as a healing bnlm for every wound, and d(.

known, officially, concerning the attack, up that press endorses We quote a few pat- interest tin the overflowed lands "good From Brown silver flagon Stout" with sparkling froth, stay long enough for decent discussion of sire the laborers of our country to sing prcans

_. ___ :r "- To the departure of the Ranger, and is respect- sages : dfjrgins. 11:0: old bridge was ) furnisked for the information of the when informant left vociferated .
fuHy pub our it ( roars
lie. It would be a breach of faith t> the party if I did Of"There's the wagon !P that they went up to the Convention determined a discovery. AH! honor tolhe deserving I"But

expostulate : Hinat a course which: ifpemxtcil 1 in. hibit a significant leaning towards sugar crushed, refined and brown ,.to consummate the piimary object of the their theory comes in such a questionable
'vlearn from a gentleman who came mmt in my judgment result in defeat, and in (he tnm stream. If it ?iae been taken syrup made not far from town,
>ph of the Forc-igo party and, their Democratic al And buckwheat flour order, and if the South resisted so as to defeat shape that we arc forced to speak of it before .
on the steamer that the U. S. officer ;
passenger it-s-than which a more disastrous result to the wel- leaving, good-bye to it. Like har'l! 'Ex"rft'wiU: last through March.) that object, to withdraw, abandon the or- joining i iri the general hallelujah. AId
in command at Tampa, (CoL Monroe,) fare of our country could not oceur. For the observations bit, it wasn't much account, any "f'i .eh"l'I'e nnd4iamg, wilb, soap and starch,
der and try some other mode of attack in speaking of it let us inquire : First will
has not a sufficient -rmmber of troops at hit I t fifer I only ask a fur and unprejudiced consideration The liMHidry] dower. upon ,
will be time before
before further business is done and before it is some we get a bag of Java, box of tea, Southern rights, and the sequel fully demonstrates such a change decrease the nnmberof(ort'.1guI
disposal to :afford adequate protection to ihcccposeJ too late to retrieve a false l or unfortunate fctep. The We understand from a basket full of
crockery the fact, for the formation of-the laborers! Secoodly, what will 'be ithe effect
suggestion i i. that do n( t follow the of present
frontier: and that in pohrt of fact thecilUcD3 you i-xample rived in town that all In good condition ; I
other Southurn meeting uf.tlie An-itrican party by yesterday rice and fruit, and bolts of cloth, Republican party immediately followed. upon all workmen by such an alteration !rIt
must rely rr on thdr own resource adopting insisting upon the platform as adopted atPhiladelphia. jn the East and South have also wants of divers kind, in troth
Not a non-slaveb.lding State adopted the" would be impossible we conceive to give
for defence. thft It is Dnt'os.nn i individual,; or as a'South- A rich ion. ,
By same gentleman, ware < The truth is provi!
,rn man, that I Fpeak but at a memltr If tIt Amer yond precedent. spouse, with laughter in her eyes Philadelphia platform, as the present strugglefor the first inquiry any other than a negative an
put in possession of the following proceed J'o1eulv..d to hazard and tucrificr been and
can if meet- awfully heavy
in ct-aselesa ( with illy feigned surprise, the Speakership in the House of Representatives swer. Indeed, so far from decreasing, it would
ings of a public meetingof t3i3 citizens of lory,fve13/hit'g. a to overthrow the less they hold l This must he. "candy I
f orign influence which has. to a greater odes!'deg!ef' up soon, people %' lo to flavor her pjund cake, shows. Forty.tw members of the more probably have an oppositelendencyandplace
Tarupa, held on the receipt of the intelligence iifLiirs of tl.is Inlilifteen .. .
controlled the grcnl I notion ft'r the have to begin to think about her of shake"
and winch cure consort a House is all that the Know Nothing claim, this class under unheard burthens for
,if nut checked
above: or twenty sears ,will boats. Some Otard Brandy I
1 continue to control} them for all time to come. and only thirty of those can be brought to the this country. We say for this country, for

4 Public Meet to?. let Let her Kentucky lead i-rF in be another, 'rut'd direction by hir; let own heret counsels an example : Cotton Receipts at-Newport & .) b clouds obscured the vast expanse, support of M r."Marshall, tha regular nomineeof I they would occupy the same position in a feTjr

I that her filter States in th* Suulh will upon ." bright sunshine within the manse, the party for Speaker of the House. Now years as their brother laborers of Europe
TAMPA December
21 1855. cold
I reflection be -rouil to follow Let bur be the The receipts of Cotton at I 'ilid Decen.ber. -
] great
Tbe meeting yesterday met pursuant to lionew[ on the road that will lead to victory' I For if Marks, from the 1st of FRirNDSHir's.OIs.NEROVS SMIL TO CHFZtt I ask upon what do they base their nationality Working men, prompted by that strongest

adjournment, the Hon. SIMON TURMA.N \bfJSouth\ thall ct-n'invc: pt,:it in holding onto December 1855 : : KlNO WAT, THOSE CRATRJTL,HEARTS WILL E'ER ? how do they expect to save the Union ? all incentives, self-interest, will naturally
listen to I ,-are thusgiven ) DEEDS BElIE1IBEa .
that p'atftirm ( me entreat when I tell
the Chair, and H. A. CRANK Secretary.The" you) CI rta'n and ingtoiiuui defeat you awaili, 1:'. No kulla Times of the 2d inst. : : ; '. January 1st, 185. how do they expect to preserve the Federal cate where they can procure the best wages.

Committee,of last meeting consisting matter what you, or I, or the! South may think ,.ftbat Received at Newport in Dec. Constitution with but a single Southern, and They wall prefer political disabilities to the _
I If pLitform and no matter how riirht it be. it i, ntv71iJact.4y ALLIGATOR PLA. Dec. Slet
of Mcsers. Johns, Carter, Crawford, Branch to a iuiaj.ri.t t f tilt pOri!. It1U' net previously not a .single Northern Stite to support the destitution occasioned by the want of raiment

-and Lesley, reported fuithcrrssolutions which been, avd it cannot be, atijieJ or NldOI Bcd by any one ," St. Marksin Dec. Floridian : -partyf CaR Kentucky alone Jo all this.?- and the .cravings of 'hunger. If this view be
fite State in fie Union : aud if it t-l ould be, it will U II demonstration made here the I j I
] wit preuoudy -during ( If so she must be a great State indeed. It correct, then our shores would still be sougtt
were.unanimous. .v adopted to : be I by a division of the party and a consequent J losa of
Whereas: this meeting did,adjourn on yertcrday the State. If Ge,.. Washington 1insc1JccuId be rnfarctl Total of our Circuit Court, indicates the fu. will not-be .contended that the Republican :by this class in order to secure sustenance

lo life, and thf-ulJ be nominal*d.andplaced vn receipts, political party movements this themselves and families
partyhve sympathy or support in the consequently
because it was Uio Sal} b ith, withou t that plalfaim, hf would be d'fcattd. At the same-time 1854Received -: any
your committee having suflicieiit time to pre The recent fictions ill the North erre to show at Xewpoit ,' ., and clearly defines the party affirm slaveholding states ; and it is equally true that : number would not be .decreased. It is thus

full of their! what} we might do as a united party; but we mu"t not .' St. Marks the suveraUeaders of the County, f n the American party have no support in the I perceptible that their remedy is without beneficial
pare a expression opinion?, they Turret that the ejections in New YOlk and Masachusett i
I beg leave respectfully to submit the f fallowing I were carritd by n rfpud'ation of that platform Of the receipts in 1855. .1,331 non-saveholding! States, and yet, singular o* effect But we will advance a step

additional Resolutions and Address for i the 1 find in _pit, of it; and that in a general or Presidential Sea Island. American party lead off.with a ratifi it may appear the leaders.o! the party insist : farther, and endeavor answering our second
election, if we insist' up'ni it, we must be diidt.il.and .
consideration of the meeting: consequently mutt be beuten. Atnl are we xil MONSTER: BOXES.-The bones mass meeting on Tuesday evening of that the salvation of the South, and of the na. inquiry, to prove that such a l lawjwould b*

RcsoltxiJ That earnestly the ling.to }lose this great stake r.t such a time as this for deluvian monster were recently and among their resolutions adopt. tion depends upon their success, and to In- detrimental to the interests of laborers.
we rapest
: the gratification: of tin idle and uselesg ubstractijo, for
excavating a deep cut in the great unanimity and considerable en- duce Southern men to unite with them The .is the alert
peoplft f(every County in tliii S ale, to hold a lucre dcclamtun of onr opinion*, which at Inst will they working man always on
publi mctflings and petition the authorities of accomplish uo practical good to any human being on Canton (Miss.) Railroad. The was one ratifying and adopting theby argue that the country is over.run with foreigners raise the price of labor-the capitalist to

earth ? zen says 35 feet of AH animal, the State Convention of that par- and is rin eminent from the i its value in order to it fora
danger depreciate
the Gen'l and State-Governments to adopt immediately In the fire place, I don't 1-elieve any paper pInt. head, had been taken.up,"but the procure
such be to Term for regulating the conduct. of a ]'re'ld'l1t after he speeches were animated and called Catholic Church, the Pope of Rome, &c., all mew --nominal sum. Between these- extremes
means as may neccfcsary
Ire becomes the representative of the nation nor do I
remove the remainder of the Seminoles to the believe it necewsry in making a selection of the can- I They are doubtless the 'banes : considerable applause. Maj. Under. of which ta simply absurd and ridiculous; there will arrays exist an antagonism,,.

West without delay' di.atd.self. who tho u Id cuuetitut a platform 'Trithin him: who was buried in Mississippi mat off! with his usual zeal in a labor- but they never tell he people that their only I It is impossible to conceive a state of things-

Resolved, That we recommend that the When 'the missing end"is found, on the Philadelphia Platform, hope prospect of electing a President" depends otherwise, or rather such a conception wouldbe

".h people of this State submit ,to Ab Truce or This is honest and-bold. But Mr. Bolts that the skeleton.be forwarded frequently interrupted by the enthu upon a fusion with the Northern Re- contrary to the established laws of the pM-

-' Comprom'ut with these Indians until the last goes further and denounces the Philadelphia to be preserved among his other his audience. Several speeches were puMican party, which is made up of Free. losophy of labor end capital. One seeks for

one Is ejected from our Country. Convention as not fairly and properly"organ tinct monsters. and among the speakers was George sellers and Abolitionists ;-they never tell the an increase, the other (Ot a decrease in the

"Rcsdced, That we. recommend to the cit- I ized. We qttote again : \wbo tepreeenied the Democratic people that the very succ'cas for which theyare value of all work. The :evidence! of this is-

to two or more II I But suppose I am mistaken in this; and that a platform THE LAST OF'A GOOD THING. ; but not being present after Maj. Un- struggling, if attained, -would inevitably seen in the frequent efforts made to procure''
of this organize
hens ,
county I it evil: then let me ask what constitutes -
a necessary Division Sons of in closed I their
Temperance, cannt speak of import them into with and under These efforts the
bring co-operation higher real
companies of volunteers' and tender them to a platr'rm t Is it not n basi of principles or wages. are con"

the authorities to be used for the protection rule[ of action, agreed upon by the whole party for its surrendered its charter and the control of Frecsoilers. These are facts tests going on"between;.labor.and- capita] ,.
proper own guidance and guvtrnmeot t Now then can a se the first Divisions the
of the frpnfiers and.tl'e prosecution riM or resolutions aricd vponby a 7,1I ml1itjl. and was among. Wednecday -evening, they prefer to keep behind the curtains, is According to the present laws of our e< 'ri-

of the war.Re.sdvecl. which drives from the conreoUon those" representing State. held' a meeting and, adopted a series they might not be acceptable to.&e f,. ling try, the working classes are a&le to maintain' .
of the M =
berregard a
a majority party platform which '.have doubless
; That the following address-to the binding en the party I 'I-eannot eomprcbeod bow it (0-The Grand Lodge of you ere and opinions of the Southern. people, yet theyare i their ground in the stragle! by their rotes J-.

people of this.county l bo adopted, and published ia i that the Philadelphia contention' could} claim' tin M., and the Grand Royal Arch for publication, and therefore' I nevertheless facts which will inevitably berealized their .vQtcs by means of their ,power and ja/. *
Tight'or-porefr ta,adopt 4 platform ; for where oeeiakgiiiinalelyadopted.1kC speak of them. One of the distin
ia the Tampa Peoiasular! ; eonvtntion mutt bt verydlfferently Florida, convene at.Masonic HaU if that party succeeds in.electing'tbeext fluence are sufficient to keep i in check the avaricious -'
anuidfrom that tthichjet.in Phi/add characteristics of these party,demon- President Entertaining theee and similar '
on Monday, the -14th.inst of capitalists.: ,Now take
Gmzxxs OF HIUJSBOROUOH Cocjrnr!! pm<. It thereON mao io the entire'party,who will U, that th'eie, were 'to,be seen i-sin.:
claim'that settling npoo:what ,haUeotutitDte the viewS many persona'who'.have10Qg been from them this shield, strip them of this the'

.ipprooke&ttack.5: LtHrtsciff'acorRm.$13'i principles of the-party,' tbe reprefeotatioo from-Fierida OT The Supreme Court of.the I ) interesting change of political as identified with the whig party decline. 'affiliating only armor b,. which.they ,can ,defend tit m.--

by,the Seminole Indians on the 20thinsL.'vh3e cbaU be allowed to offset that of 'New York- at the Capitol in this. city on' onl on'both sides. Among the Know with the.present: American and selves and what will,be. the result Ifffcjv
Delaware offset that of Pennylrania' -Rhode Islandot&liioTxu party .
their fortress tLa
eaacble dot t only being takifi eoafiBsf
in tiurHiscnirge.of' .a oS et Virginia- nd Arkansas, ". were a number of staunch and, as have Identified'themselves.wRhrthe democratic .
t T Esjt* w 'i would eod in .the
of .
fthedeLerrnin- Maasacfcu. tt L The U'tin :Her: Cheek- triumph capitalists,
assures.us beyond doubt;, Keutocky or < !iproposjtion' thought, '
i ty Htel/A'palpabla and moMtro"ablurdity; and yet Her cheek with! IUD\mer'1'OM' < uncompromisingdemocrats, jratly, and so dbirjg are t tonstfott of the wages vould .ur lJr. fcctsapositionissuiEciejUfy.demonstrated**-*. Thi .
tribe and admonishes
: eel hottSf' jp rpces of-Qie' this was the character ibd ooostitutioo of that cnnTeo- *When suryaer's rose is newest the other side.were to be seen whigs rectitude of their'.motWea; ther. UeY that .,brM .

'the (:., setflers 'to.takeisiaittZwteste tioa-1aeb SUU being 0 allowed. an 'eqnal. number a ofrenrentatITe. iHereys-ere blue as rammer's' grown old. in !their opposition to the there h now'but one political ,Issue'beforethecountry ; experience JBogtanxL .TbeseJ.bO.3Ovo1se !

>; e -> lFn>easttres foj,the wfety of lifeand: the i ."W tbaye..e. pined S by the PhiUd) ,1 lpfcU-reiohj- And When welt automa'.ky my heart might U bluett deem;her : party. But air. these.facts only and thai is the sbvreiy.Uwe. Upon in 4he operations' of gOTemmepr,.
; ':, protean,of ircpe'rty... ,Let not. Iheif di iDj' tiowif; : They bTe.etrlll ny ,tptit tkt party oltopk'ind :>Of life's most precious flcwen; the truth that party issues now I i this and this alone the whet.-tfe* consequences t Lcttlt* depa-:
r Integrity 'the
'. i M uch a ci.zaera to les?*at. powerless For half-her tbooghu ver*bf its pf ded;position of tbeir workmen proe Iia t&rinsweF
: '. :;"- 'cfD---v rJ'ber# 7'.r-.O_ 'WitIi.lmagin' ," -I ,' cbles that pit! fan btbeal;aDd 10 wipmUwtUtw u we And half werajof.itllh" e different from those which formed :' Constitution, and the Union. :of the -States / to-th* deaf ear of Knotr No cgtsn.

":-;k_'. qnty- ,,.o. ;t'p pa. note't'4-t jkte Jrc. r'T&mi,-. .. ;-,,'.tw" f Mcesuty wwhich the split.*OMUt-aot caaloi>. the oj-crttiou] spift] us a ai. of the old party organizations, and mast_Inevitable stand,or fall ; all 'other.Jssaes TIm faaxciinery oft:ibe.-g n si. ....f

lies Iwttriterests: To thie1KI3aweTeeQt.n. -J 1NJto'ao. : r The iref the fashion-of' making their election'upon the issues. we'.comparatiVel) 1fl4iflCfltUdWIrnpor. baa been:at periods almost di.oizn.d, and'

4 .coo Ytuient. 'points'.te. is attributed to notions: : ? England Herself been made ta snort fbsjr
1 And htre'i the manner,in,>vhich Mr..'Botta : t'4, may very wett be/ -found in tant at the prewit ?Y: i 8eleetecJ. Uri.4f fiia'g j healthe -/6; 'I the general conflagration' arrives .associations." ,Tb (rath :i the old ,' very brink of ravolation. by tins pentieiewprintiplK
'- ..,it .: _. Ii"d"to -: prbpeseJi to : ,lIpUh. ; mentstriU-8erre: for balpon< < : II that jjone :Jojthert.wentefcor:endanger the ; .man rifle.we Aefirbeb

'tf a.or..ucwwuwcu.dt-f i '# *- >, .rfses 'i J araO' my* lC tbttefon,':of.JbiI'occasion. to offer cing afJittlehydrogen: the-ladicf th&wanidnecr&tIc par !harmony of rt8tO.! ; trfcOe the sUrery ques.dkd Li bat never. bca bfflctod Vf6* earpopolatwn 't
c. uele tbrie t. (which It CBtte t U>itw to cetuldtr
,} : c. ,.Qel'l sciitiudtt", aiN E'p. 'ubong IDgJ. 'Q 1I"" t-*- fy .---* essa a) I like focketi wd I leave- t' ., *! *long: mcs settledsfrcTtW" .>. pebp it} W h1t Ju"M;c0aieatira. .. i in Ua."l1a. swd tht' jabor tote I* &S ffrtat

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} die wants of husubjecUhe proclaims peii rit t1nbMw.en -. ; .,
Wi akes'h t. PiLrtwAip h frr. x Dn 2"SS85S C .YADiu3ILz -
ua &tdreis jKe'wme w eyery:epoch, Eigbtj gQ'thI: 4I w CdAMI" ctt ;J. moo lad Brnyrh th4ii1rd1ismlv.4Thy; rmutniilL'nhiaeuL 3 : 7 t v'o.iRW PER STEAMER i ; i1iTAE.ts
UthE here ft*- la EngIanJt J tad this Com over the latod at the rapid fcperd tan four nrillet AU person* iivlebtH .lh1pIeasette the .'-'- .. : -. ,. tJ.R.LLOTIXs ; wotacr : \ .

the always exist between these antamnteSo hour J-now ;tha iroit horj e,< -weeraover, nm. within Oeo. D rannn4 ,tt penffnt titYntg. Dec. tL13&- .. .. : $tc psriotty.) diti ilw II
petiUoa.wUl mind will please present tb. n befivwvt O 't.HWa.piioi BrowtSojar; If.1ithlow. -
labor of ths'its mountain,plain nod yaHcy eJucing months .. tEa entireiaterest Iii IbILM.)
., Interests. Deprive ; \ GEQnAMo ; ; Sugar.O Threes CanvaM H* na,

3yprtte don; deprive it of the right'of-- to dayijKttd hours.to.seconds, ad athi voice M, 8. BRAT; O.1ELDS.cS.78. 'Brown'Sneaf, ,44 .. .&and u't1iad belief.that tM tt .rpirthehope

tn bIT change in jour naturalization laws, population, civilization and the mechanic arts Jtnrairy 1, 1855. l-4t e)2- "'. v 'extra .dd.p1a4a. do.SBbhI. mentstOohs b

&o1 hat wilt be thvlpgitimate remitt Cap.j.gtsWiUimpr come forth; but the rail-road is now the slow J. R. LLOYD.Dee.tt1855 1 'meLtuJ, a. td as
>HE Sabaeriher will coolhnie the Caetbnsiness 15 Uaf do. eb1
Kegs .
foreign labor which cannot coach; and science has produced ,the telegraph JL. at his old stand, and will keep enntaalyoohapd ; 5t 5 Bbls.Molassea, -- SOWCI1.mnd

rote, aa I.thus place it in their power to lower to outstrip the bens of light,-to ft good assortment of cabinet furniture.5 .- .'' '%V'li.lskey; 5 BOZM Raborji. irill be dil ;.is1t : :r: ;

i&2e1: The efl'ctof.tbis'will ,be to deprive welcome tha Sun In his coming,-and in the v .GEO.DAMON.( C BARRELS. Fletcheni t Smith double rect'd. 3ffaIfbozesRihnns, ssTe ertw.rlr.41'Pf a wCltn'4'.e -
) *
Ofliw* tMrJ&t *"of employment! unless they race of progress westward, to boat old Time 'Jan.5,1855.- 1-4t W
change trhd- lowcr'llieir" prices to -suit the himself. MEDICAL NOTICE.0 v ./ v .. 3. It. LLOYD. 16 Gross Pipe. tics and eor ; tr'ulk .

wbaateaod-Interests capitalists.. To this Eighty years ago this greeri'ittlolslo where : D ,29, 18M. R2IL ao
1 BM CranN-ni'n,
__ *_* _* -.....-. ..--.J----L- r j-r- .
or friend might reply that thb importation on we write, was a new, n lovely gem in a DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON 10 lThh. Whiskey, RiUioca13I'k .
of bat rude Fruit & Stindrles. 15 do. .Mt-s I'IT S&ti and 'faMa -
existed before. Put there would bo this very setting aqua marine ; its huts, their: rmfrwional Services to tl Pub- eobed Dotted Y.IILoIet.
>e and
had the dens of outcasts aid robbers have, OFFER 9-uABnErs, Wintur Pippin Apples 25 lo. Extra Family Flour, (faacy Unind.) .
'. material difference, viz: before.they the piratical next door to Masonic nod Old Pel 4I') 4000 Oramrwi, SO do. ; nnd could themselves been replaced by elegant and commodious lows' Hal1. linen esmleU01kSTth r
power of voting protect 20 hnrrds TrWi potatoes, 2(0( do. Superfine do. lqi1detet1

tat under the proposed system, tl o/ would dwellings; and a thriving population of enlijjh-' J&'u'Ay5l8. : ', A box** Cheeiie. .. 10 do. Apples. C.'l lognes s'I EtsPIcIt&CbtnU tobrUd. '

be dtprired of this safe-guard, and placed it tned freemen, and noble edifices, resounding' 20 fettiea Star an'iRrfnn Candle. ALSO.:. fcil lr B41351ie and -cAoredOghtaizl1tll

to the of the God have Niw in store and *o. r iivded I am *nxioti tn dispose Filbert; Garb SodA Copperas ,
the mercy of thi ir employers! who would reduce praises ever living replaced Walnuts. Nutmeg, Frtwh snil )Kiwli-h hinta isti4 stvies_ ,
of them nt.s "a >// lvaw on-cost and charges and other article too
Well Buckets. Brooms. sundry *
their and leave unemployed all the skulking, marauding 4Jarib, and his soittI1hUttii, .
wages DR. T. J. CUR LEE for cash, CASH, CASH, or country produce. nnmcrous to mention all of which we offer for Ml -
who did not Yeducc their the idols of wood and stone. Itusslaind in3'iSDiATable
others prices to J. R. LLOYD. on-lbe most reasonable terma.and a' stall JPi&ted.
T>RACTICIKO DENTIST in Tliom.-i vil!*, Ga.. away Damask; Brown*
standard. Dec. 29, 1855. 5 BROOM It SHINE.
common IJtGTIFALUTLN.-Afl Athens correspondent JL jantl 31'uiticelhand Ma<]i<nd! rcKpect- profits. Ble ch*d and Brown Dnroeafii,MaotUd,
Thus we perceive that such a law thonld fully inform the citizens nf these December 22, 1853. Si-fit
respective uml adja- On Osnaburg* and Bed Tkkinf.A .
of the New York Observer sends to that -
be opposed by our mechanics and other labo- paper cent counties that he is prepared tx> perform any operation biIc ga'd assortmentFladnkU, .
Land Sale.
ron as tending to undermine'their em ploy n ent the following extract from The Sun of in the above lii*. He inserts any number of A CASKS Superior Carolina Rice, I FoTiU (4$ I. 1441cr r awl i\otu fapCr.Pens, FeociM;
Athens Artificial Teeth. fr ONE to "t 40 bbls. No. 1 Mullet, in fine order. is hereby qiv ti. that in pnrsnanc of in Ac.
and interest under thd of : m a F.ULL Bc't, on th NOTICE Bqvetopea and WafcTrt, garb protection. There has come to Athens an American latei improved prin ple, irimf ibira tint nntifiil. J. R. LLOYD. (rota the Oonmiissimter of thwOeneral p I,irg. HMorlinffjt of Oent and Boys B"JGents'
Upon examination, their every priicrple will life-like Dec !9. 1853. 62 Land office under Tinted in him by thefifh -
Ambassador Mr. A. appearance for which his work is so much admired authority mad. itth, rt1u bte't style
Roger Pryor a philhellene -
: hj seen thus to fade away before common nn i which approaclx Nnt re so nearly ns It, Section of the act of d>ngres'. Approved 3d August Calf ByoU, S1.e, 's'rognlli inJ ClotfiGaitvri
sense and reason, like mist before the rising and a Learned roan. From 'Washington, challenge detection by the cineest l observer. Private Sale. I 1846. we slmll proceed tu offer at public sale, on the

NATIVE AMERICAN. Capital of the New Woild, be has come to "Person' needing Dent 1 opcrati
trn. Athens, Capital of the Old Welcome Ambassador i RAL Teeth. and swish him to Der/orm them can bvapplvinij 1 Ngvo fell 'w. tracts of public lands toit; Lailie Kid Slippers, whit and black.

of America. We, Greeks, receive thee I : won, have it done at the fallowing Come and see me, terms made known.J. Desc'tii-u of7ut S's. 7'rn. L'an. Acre'. .. u wcjt HusLins, -
From the Key of tic OWL w ith brotherly joy because all free nations: whii-b will: bo fmmd JbteMUCH lowr than has evei R. LLOYD. N Ei 12 4S ENWi 1&)3O 'I blaick and bniwu I **!*"? Queers; ,
I77G and 1855, been .offered in this eecti-ti of country hff.ir-> wit : IVc. 21. 1855. 52 160.30SKJ it i Foxed fi
are brothers of Greece, which land gave birth To fillins teeth with -
; Gold Full $1 00, $1 50. $2CR( -- ----- 160.SO' I. Ties, -
There is a fast ng(. We live .it locomo- to Lycurgus and S:>lon. Ampliictyon at this and ?i 50, yiryjjj according to size of cavity and Auction Sales, S W $l 160.SO I' Calf Shoes Wsh and low quart cri;

fire speed.- A centure of life is crowded into monent: greets Washington, O Ambassador amount, of mitenal used. Plate work, (with CON Saturday rejrul.irlv. at 1 11 o'clocV. NEi IS 169.82 G.nf half Slioef, *

a year. The last eight y.years almost equal, of America Glory be to my country FIXUOUS .OUM8 if necessary.; )
j!n rapid development of the race, any previ that ia America herself Greece has JOT souvenirs :is the nlxi-e charges, and perfcut ?ati facti-.u Dec. 2t 1855. 62 S E J 1S9.82 Hue Ciinero Hat. .
guaranteed in tvtfy insta.-ca S W J H 0 15982 Ov'$' aai.I ?l..ys panWrted, '
thousand of the world's history.A .-
: services any portion Information Wanted. _Lot No. 1, ?t itlt.n (. avnts tJ ,
distinguished writer in the cause of liberty of anil wealth when above named counties other section .. iierfc Tir* .
mighty navy, great or any- of country made Sik! St in the revolution, when surveying our .country's you are assembled in your council, remember ejin up<>n application l by letter to ei her of the above \/"HONOERNINfJ( to the subscriber a promissory one day after note date by parableJ David 0 0 1 6 Li 6i1. A K->diM 'rtimnlof i3ciiti LlncnBosonn.SFjftl

future, then attempted to be. choked to naniei I Post Offices,or otherwise, receive prompt at M U 4, *4 80. ud Coll.-xr. .
the Greeks, for this council in which you preside Tre.-idwoll. on the 5th day, of this insL. for cijlit hundred
death by the red hHiid of British monarchy, tentiou. 0 M 5, f-6. Al! i'f whi-.b we wIll il'i(! as low r. any bouse idTwwn.
dollars. Anil ail nofto
is the device of Ampliictyon, brother of persons are hereby SI K 7!. crt'.lit.22. ,
MI J, in eflett, never since the time of Noah trftdo for aaul note, 8q it has fvcn lost ormrdai'f by C. ti'.lii-r for cnli or iipprovtrd
Hcllcn. O first-born Sons "You
IT u 4 0 (
ofLibeity u t r E .1 EiCE8 : ii ii ,3 1SZ' $8
the subs -riber AdJicss at Madison. C. IT.. Fin. __.:
in me
ha'h a people placed sour position.Tb.2 have done well to concentrate all.the strength Jt-Dr.); COLE. J icon. Georgia. -.. P. B. COLE. E i of S W J SC S N 4 VT K0.03

future is in our hands, and we have to of America in the office of the President. HON. I. L. SKWAUD, ) Dff 29, 1855. 52-21 W ofS Ei/ 80.03 TKW (GOO us.)

'begin the business of a world anew." Nobly Thus are you gradually introduced to the enlightened Jir.r.K Lov.Tbomtsville, Go. All persons having pro emption tl bta to the above
has our country fulfilled this saying of the J.s.1XN.. ESQ, ) Notice.S" land are advised to make pjtxrf thereof and pnyrnnr
woild and such fleet and
writer of ths revolution. Let 1770 haing n \\r. S. Dn.woBTH, E>q, *) before tl\c tjUy above dengnnlcd F-r the eormnMU-i' now rcce' n? by recast
prophetic such political principles, you are mig'.iticrthan ('. (}. FIKR, Esq I IJTwsrs IX: months it't.i the first publication! this noti/, merit of the eaid sale, oth >rwii"t th-ir right will IH- from New York.afnA-

and 1S53 std face tice for a moment, the mightiest in this ancient hemisphere. W.A -.J.] nri.n. f M-mticello, Fla.C..1. lie undrrsiined! adminitriitnrs, of the estate of forfeited. S. VT. MYERS. R.gL.t.i r. tonable and Well selected! stock'ofWulclics
world will be struck tiunjj the mirnrb Lewis II. Branch deceased, will present their account.
and the R
by R BI.ACKBL-K.V. j J.W. ARGYLE, Rcccivtr.Dec. .
Welcome O Ambassador of America In the tnl
and v.. vhWs to tho Judge of Probntes of Leon Connly : Jewelry,
of contrast which they present. Or, to Pnyx of Pericles and Demosthenes, introduced January 5, 1856. 1.a.rnei l an 1 fkto l be discjjar cd from thuir administration -_. 15. 1855. 5J-8w( Cni4tin ; of Bentlenieu R M hr.ntimf levf rs. la&',

bring tto matter home more palpably, suppose by Washington and Franklin, you will ever be- t i svid; tjUte. DRS. DAVIS &, OSBORN old: levers silver Icyi-r, bunt ing; anchor lepine IR.Q- S
< I.1-7-o1y- ,
Washington! risen from his grave for a litfle well rcci-iveu." "* JOSEPH DRAXCn. ) iparticr U'litchvs.; Cnnico, MusaiCC4r41 aru all j jhl

while, and eslhnoned on tliw highest peak of TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, JAMES II. BRANCH, f Aam Ta.D Surgical and Mechanical Dentists, t bo.n pins and enrriny; mtrWacvs. gold and j jst Cr01.-

tho with (-r. 29,185,5.:; .12 QJIIj TOULD cpectfully itil"rtnthe cit-- Sri, l> 3om f ins nn-1 !1ovkt f sir bur an-J daguerreu-
Alleghanies, sun-eying as. -
asupernataral Arzcy and Navy Estimates. '73 Wholesale and Retail Dealers In w
Iwir bran-lei large assoituu-itt
aud a
iztv; of Tallahassee and vii-inily. types; jr-ltl ;
scope of vision, THE LASO, .from ocean The follouing ah'stract of estimated naval DRUGS AND MEDICIij $. '4*, Notice. & J that they repfn ,inry located lu-re. tine pluin, danr! >i'd. ruby. pent! andg rnet, ouyx ftintcNimeluui !
U ocean, from noilhern snows to the gem &! Z['>;tith- r.ftc'r date t1uunvier4gnedalmfuiisfrn. diamond pins
expenditures lor the fiscal year 185C- 57 ---- -- SIX < and oQVr their prt4csi..na1 i services to the public. finijcr ring" ; gHillcmeii ;
the Antilles. What a contrast to the days of shows the progressive importance of that arm I'et fuinon', Dyestuffj, Surgical Instruments. 'n the estate of Violet Hiirri dewnsed. late Having availed themselves of aU tiu? late inprvvementa sleeve buttm, j1u-i, cameo, >nj x and cornelian ; *

1770 would meet the gaza.of the gre.t mn: of the national defence S):icCS. Snutf Windows Glass. Paints, 1.1 Leon County, \rjll present his final accounts and in the ProftVc ion. ore Prepared t" executi- ijreat vari -(%" of atutb. fine gf M, ve*:. fob nnd guard

In 1776 the Enitcd States consisted of thirteen : Oils, Vtbes. Putty Manufactured Tobacco, vouchers to the Jufce of Probate for sni-1 County and D.nt4u1 work in all its various branches. They will rliaiiu. seali" keys sold! and wwr cip and peticil i ai -

Navy proper ... . . .8,142,418 nod Glass \Var Patent Medicines, ask to ba ijwchanrcd.! R. A. SHINE, Adnf'r. attend to Ftllnf Pioi-t y and Plating-c'rrccl inp i cli, ard cold kilrer and steel spcctnclt-*,gold and silver

tolonies, pent up between the Allegha- . . . December, 1855. 626mExecutor's tiiubi! .
.iiicti me* ooly 1 lo Fine Soups.: Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies irregularities, making Artificial Palates, directing sec s.Tine

ties and the Atlantic, x\i 1 h a population of Navy yards. . ... . 2'J, 17,989) and Hair: Brushes, f.ir Medicinal, purp<> <:8, .- Notice. mid dentition treating: (li-.ease.I l gum and insertine Cutlery ami Gnu

barely three million*, struggling for life itsellagfia&t Hospitals. ... . : . 84,400 Faint Brushes, Fmcy Artie' <. any number of artificial teeth from one to a full sett Dinner nnd hrcali w t knivrt without 'iks.. kuirr4

the most powerful monarchy of the Magazine . ... . . 142,000 Garden Secda. Fine Havana Segjars.Tliey TOTICE is hereby given to all personindebted to on the late and Improved p/inciple, with continuous and forts in sett, carvers and steel single fine pock
have received and Fsesls11pp1. 1. the estate of Joseph Austin, deceased, to make rendering them perfectly life-like. r -storing
a La'ge thereby
consists gums scis jind fit dt ubl
In 1655 the United Sta'es of ut cntltry, i14eI$. 'H taxor?; e >
age. cemented in iudisoluble Miscellaneous .. .. . 2,055,985 nt every variety of articles usually kept by immediate payment to the uii4e.r4ged f Exeen'or.' the mouth to Us natural nInes, and renietl ii g barrelled'isiitiiintcd si eel and rtnb twist. guns,e.,nvnn

Ihiily-one( great republics, drug.ists. Planters and Physicians) wSl slwa>s find And all.]Qs L.-wiug alnlms again*t said estate, are all inipvrfceiiou in ardculation- perform any other >n gun, shot p ni-hr8 "f various paitcma, fine and

union! with a population of twcntyjevefl 813,524,505 at this csinbliehmcnt a full supi'ly everythiujj needed hereby-notified to present them within the time pre operation, or treat any case connected with Dental common powdet flasks, cleaning rods, E1'sc.ips aoJ

millions ; her vast territory fronts alike The increase* in the estimates for the marine and <>n the most literal terms. smbed by law, or this notice will he plead in bar of Science. wad, wad cuUnra, unJ tuateriuli fur gimsuiitLa.SilVcr ..
towards the rising and flie setting gun-the Orders from the Country promply filled and aati fac- their recovery. HUDSON MUSE, Ext'r.Qatney Having liad eirml years practice in New Orleans
is unit Plaic4 Ware. -
corps 350,000, which is proposed to be j.in guaranteed, with regard both to prices and quali- Dec. 29, 1855. 62-8w und being graduates of the Ohio Dental College. tile>
Atlantic an 1 the PacSic .ve Jher east rn a-id appropriated for the erection of barracks vfco favoi Silver table, desert and ten silVrr forte, JOOD
at t'.. Pliy siciau's prescription carefully cons pounded. b pe to give entire satisfaction Jo all majr fpoohjt
western boundaries! and as to the not th( rnyiJ Boston, Brooklyn, Gosport and Pensacola. Also. Eppmu's compound Fluid Extract of Bucbu. FLOYD & HOLLAND, them with their patronage. Practice warranted, eon and cream !Udle). butter and pickle knivetYp! UJ

southern boundaries, they me not settled The estimates under other heads of appropriations Jan. 5, 1856. 1 Attorneys at Law. sultation free and charges reasonable. Ladies waited forks and spoons. waiters,CHstore, caka and fruit baikef -

by no means finished ; Destiny will: tajcr on at their residences if desired. *, electro plated tra st-t*. and cnrnmuw n icrvieK
yef of them. risen from his are not materially different from the appropriations Wises, Syrups, &i. TV/"ILL practice in the Circuit Court of Middle Those desiring their services in this and the adjoin butter, sugar and rreani duhea.'duirnber.kad parlor

care Was-hingtm for'the current fiscal year. The V T and West Florid.i, and in tha Supreme Court mg Counties, will be promptly attended to upon application candlesticks, salt cellars. boqut. bvldcrt card aid
limb, and surveying the land from its top estimates for the army are as follows : OLD Gtord Brandy, sparkling Cuter, of tho State. Also hi the District Court of the United by letter or otherwise. Terms cash, 01 flower basket, and brittoftnia wart "

most beh1st, need not let his vision be checked ( Port, Old Port Juice, Stales, in the Northern District of Florida. when Offie at the residence nearly .
Aq-ny proper. . . . .612,123,218 Madeira, Brandy Chen its. #A required. opposite ncllaiieou8 Arlfclcfc -
by either .Niagara FnlLs or the Gulf ol ftrj.: FLOYD. Office Apalschicola. Fta.D. the Episcopal Church, 1joyoe Slreat The best Ladles ,eti4fle1l saiclieK work boiis il.B rliJ! -
West Point Academy. . 173,894 Sherry, Sardines. : P. HOLLAND Office Quincy, Fla. j *
be U.d.esed.
Mexic ; there is a great deal of United Fortj ca.tia s, ordinances, &c. 2,730,346 Sparkling Gefttinc! Preserved Quinces, Dea.22,1P55. 51 of December references 8 an, 1855.JOHN given. iron, and morneeo port.tnoflaiM pVaH ard cai* ..coral
Flavoring Extracts IVars beads, coral neskhseerand.artni&tsjet! kaelet .
States yet to come, beyond gulf And c taract. ,
Yeast Powdrn, Tamarinds, necklaces, and bosom..pin*,najdyn ijnCf.uiiirMvi.tobth
Niagara Falls will ytt sing the hymn of a republican Totr.l for tie and Thirty-Five Dollars Reward.
array dependent Spanish Olives, Spice,. 11. LLOYD brushes,bat revif era. shell. ur&KJodUjrtibber an4
con'inenf. Call up Franklin, and 1 let branches of the"service.., .815,027,480 Corn Starch, Pickles, JTOLEN on the night of tho 17th inst. ivory combs china Slid war .dbltt, rator, tror 'ami

tim contrast the industrial resources of '70( Total for both military services 28,551,985 Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, L fiom my plantation in Madi'on County -A.xiotion.ooir, money blt eigar case*, ficKUierLuQi. fi 'patlor.aixi

with '55. We can imagine the star*.* of won 0 English Mustard, Capers, J Florida a DARK BAY HORSE, bearing d-K>r belN, bohemi n glass .inI chinii vasfa aod beakcts .

der which would light up; his hearty, good- A Great Blessing to the Afflicted, Claret, Coeua, ttte1)1iIWfl ma A?: a peculiar white face extending COMMISSION MERCHANT terra cotta raaps aij'd. pitcheri 'prrrume bnttlci;
AMES t LIVELY. down the whole face t-, the nose and curving to one ANDCOTTON jewel ca s.VeQtre ao.sUifiooand( hJ i lampa.limb-
humored face. In Ins day cne John Fitch, a- t 3tf" The number and formidable chamber of disases January 6,1856.Glass side ; as well as rem'embered.iiis bind feet white one shades, chimney and wicks, siulinsind bowa.guita '

mil I the nnextinguisbable laughter of a c:owd of the Liver have long challenged the attention hoof white of the fore feet-A good saddle horse, BROKER rmnjoa, tambourines, accorileon clariKiitstsL flat... '

of merchants and other resjiectable people as of medicnl men. Some of the diseases classed under Oils, White Load, &c. racks weil under the saddle draws well in single or fifes, guitar and viciliu string*. DI>. col.'jziw apt! tti

seraUed on a Pliiladdphia wha-f, tried thi the general term of Coutumption, have beou supposed BOXES Window Glass] assorted sires, 100 double harness:also a saddle! worn in fontrorn carry TALLAHASSEE, FLA. prrfumrry, and a general nn>rtrrfeht of TOJI.Wateliwi .
incurable nod the unhappy patient allowed to die. 9 ing n gun, bridLe, and saddle cloth made of moss.- prepared to attend to all kiud of aalea in the city and jewelry rfp*irvd promptly lad m tL. '
boat the force White Lead extra & No. 1.
experiment piopelling a by Kegs IS
w itliout medical science to offer him a hope of recovery pure Ten dollars reward wilt be giycn for the horse, and> and county of Leon:-Real Estate, Negroes, Cut- best mannrr. ',.
oftt am. IB his day also O irer Lying another Happily this can no ]longer be the case. A remedy 8 barrels" Linseed Oil, twenty-five dollars for the apprehension of the tbic ton Furniture HorsesMulesCarriageBugtis. &<.; OctolT 20, 1S55. 2

madman of the Fitch stamp, amid the has been fund which will care aU comIJ'aTnt.[ of what! -5 Lnrd Oil, He was making his way west. Horse worth at leas West India Fruit and Merchandise of -every description
ev4'r ehnracter, arising from derangement of the Liver. 60 Kegs Zinc Punt, hundred and dollars. tc. Marshal's Sale
of all of one fifty ,
I jIty olonenpt men common sense, l and .
20 packages Fire-proof Paint ((1b1s. J trols.)
The Pills discovered Dr. c.f
tried to propel a wagon on the Lancaster the Liver by and 31'Lane. its Virginia, act S barrels Train OH, 1 bbLOpal: Varnish, JOHN B.L1PSCMB. AUCTION DAYS i iWeducsday B Yvirtue of two, eiecutk>m xssoet! fromlb U. 4
directly on by correcting opeiation
; Dec 1855. 61-4t -
pike, (near Philadelphia, Ly the force ofkteam t and purifying It from disease, cuts off and ejtiipatei Spirits Turpentine iu barrels and at. rt-tail. -qtr_ ( tad Sitarday-....11 O'clock. District Court for Northern District of Florid.'
AMES & LIVELY. me fiwror.01 $Tewb<>ld dud Rfn* ll. the other lit 1-
-succeeded toobut was set down as the complaints which )ba-ve/their origin io the- diseasei January 5, 1&56. .. I plantation for Sale. Groceries and Staple dry goods, Wholesale <& Re ror of Pearson cud. Jennings, botb v. David I1. FNewom

a mere theorist and dreamer by aU practical of this 'rgan. Remedies hitherto proposed for live T OFFER.iGrsale_ my Plantation, consisting of elev .tail at this cheap Caab Store. I bare J vied upon tbe Llloiring lands twit
have failed the seat of the
men. WV1I, Doctor, look over .theJzid now;/ complaints operate upon Just Received. JLn hurio'retr and twenty acres'(II20.) of Land, sev JOHN R. LLOYD. -
but Dr. McLane's PjIU make themselves felt
. The continent is net-worked with iron ways. upon*xse the; action of the Liver and by cleaning the T EMOXS, Guava and Currant Jellies Prunes en hunJrW (AOO.nf) which is under cultivation, with! December 8. 1855. 49 The F. J S Ei Seclioii t, W | N V J atvl.S g tof
The scream of the locomotive is heard JLj good fencing. It is situated eleven miles Nortb-eas N W 48P1t10i! 8.aa'j W.-S K 4 and SWIc.f
everywhere fountain dry up the impure streams disease which Pears, Sardines, Pickled OyMcTs, Brandy Peaches Provision
N W i Section 30. and E | N UT J SectiouZoTowu. 4
of Tallahassee, two miles West'of the Tbomasvill
it is silent the thence derive Preserved Lemons ,Pine and Ginger
from their existence. Oranges
-- never cataract Apples
rt BBLS. Potatoes, Black Currant 1. 4.8 AK ami 8 EONE .
miles from Jelly ship Range ; J8 a fft:
road via Dunransville. and about three
to the gulf; and the Hudson, to Ohio, the Missisrijipi tW: Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR. M- Green Gage Marmalade, Lemon Syrup, Raspberry tbtf line( nf tbe contemplated) Railroad from Tallahas &tJ Onions,in crates and Catsup, TownahipIRanaSaE; and N f of K E 4, arf
LAKE'S do.Pine do. and
the in the east and the CELEBRATED LIVE a PILLS, and take none else do.. Strawberry Apple Ginger bbls. John Bull and Worcester N i of N W i Section 6, Township 2Rj.nge-l.8*E
.ocean ocean There .io. Fresh Salmon Lobster. Hud see to TJiomasville. About five hundred ((600)) of it is ;
/ other PilU be Liver Vinegar ,
are purporting to Pills Raspberry
in the west send and the first land, the balance hammock. Fo Baltimore Herring, shire Sauces, and N E i of N E 4 Seetlno 2. TownsbJp t. Ran. 3S&EandSjofN ;
up, night day, DOW before the public. Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills also dock, Hiillibut and ShaLL Assorted Pickles, Scotch quality/ pine Codfish Preserved Quince W .
smoke of the further information, apply to me on the premises. J. Section,<
steamboat his
to heaven Celebrated all Ale and Porter.
very Vermifuge can now be had at re Pears
Butter 4 8 k E MTeoUandrtkcreaioore
THOS. BRADFORD.Dwerabcr Range ; containing d
steamboat,.Doc tor, which John Fitch, in impctfe sp ctable Drug Store in tiLa! United St te* and Ca a- 30,000 Havana Cigars. 82. 1S- 61..4w A. Raiaine, Do. Damsoo, or lew. Al'o Mie half ol It W-1.Nfr ,.
t Irrm, tried one day on the Delaware &oC5f gfMacon Telegraph and TbnmaavHIe tWuttman Citron, Do. Blue Gave, one third 'f the E | of N W1audunelislfoNW+
For side all 1
tirrtvend: in miniature upon the New York and at at rhe Drug Town Stores in the Tallahassee,, January -5,1856. please copy 4 time and scud bills-to this oSice. Buckwheat., PO. Raspberries, of N W 4 Section 1 ;-and tbeooe-Uiirdpf8 E J ofE
Kolch. one Agency every Raspberry -Syrup, : i Section 2. iu Township 2, of Ranee t; S 1 X..
F.-qm: the Aroostook to the bay of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
; 1856.
January 5. 1-2\v
SALE. Lauding and for sale byMcJTAUGlit acres co jre or less. being an undivided iuterH Jn tbii
Sau Franciscq. Qoctor, the steam engine GROWTH OF 1855. & ORMOND. four last named tract The above described

dumb matter fired into strong, terrible life! at -ijTjtws; ; UTA Bgn, Flat Turnip, Cabbage, Beets, R the residence of John W. Herring, residence
the command of science-..never rests, not for just received, of Monti<*llo.oH the Let Monday in Jjixsmber ueit;
EM! J. Jerkins deceased two
AMES A LIVELY. Soap. between the legal hours of sale to satisfy i &, fa'u;
En hour not for moment of the PORT OF ST. MARKS. wu<
nay, a out girls. June and Susan property of 'ihe Estate of .said
JancaryB. 1856, 1. O ** BOXES No. I Soap, landing brig 0. T. E. E.; BLACKnU&N. U Miah1
tWeity.four. Through the still night you ARRIVED, Eliza: by order of his Honor D. W. Gwyun, Judge o" w t) Ward, and for sale low t> per Northern District >>f Florida.Mouticello .

hear i its mighty breathings ; its fires rise Dec. 28. Biig Jessie Rhiuas, Pendleton, Garden Flavored Gum Drops. Probate All the. Leon County, Fla, Also of said: estate, at the UGHT yMcNA i .ORMOND. October 7, 1811 4s'
perishable property
through the daikness from ocran to ocean ; Key in ballrs. fjnA 10UNDS Gum Drops, same time and place also-: At the same time and New Port, December 8, 1855. 49 The above snlelu\s been pbstpnn'etj to the first. .

its irom tramp is never s'ill upon iron ways ; Steamer Florida, Cozzens, rNew Orleans, with U, \JJ Flavored Vanilla, place, at private sale a likely negro woman with her Mouuay la January. 1856. '

and upon river and sea its hoarse anthem S. iriiijl. ic. do. Pine Apple, two cbildruu. Terra made known on day of sale. Window Shades. li BLXQKijnR2r.tr.' .S. Marshal.

never dies. Not the expansion ofte rilory a-" 49. Steamer C. Vanderbilt Smith, Key West and do. Lemon, W. B. MILLS, Adnfr.Deeember22,185. A VERY handsome assortment Window Shades, Northern Di.Uwt vt Fkiridi
ports, with U. S. mail. do. Orange, tc. 51 [Sent Copy. with all necessary Fixtures. For sale br .
lone, nor the increase population, nor yet Bark Convoy, Uupper from West Indies,in ballast AMES t LIVELY. *, .. ,1iNAUGHT&31LOND.New COFFIN PRINGLE,

the m raculous advance ef all! industrial interest (for freight.) January, 1856. 1 utter Ghees fitc.dt Tort, December 8, 18BS. 49 c, T c : t s
nor even yet"wondrous life given by science 30. Brig Southern, Nelson, from Charleston, \vilb .
800 sacks calk I ERI3arkebsmLle 21. L. Rutgun.JL Tin Chftl ton, C. -
to dumb machinery, would excite the NOTICE. 5'K>gs 0 > ben Buttrf, Ware.A eorwi-nuncDta Ht LONG ifo3 8EORT ETA

surprise of Washingtouaud Fn nUin! could CLEARED, 11. WM.! S. MILLER, graduate Baltimore Cal 10.do. Buckwheat, FULL supply. Also, Bathing Tubs aborted ANY COTTON.and other produe.vill m,.l
D't 28. Steamer Florida.Cuzzens, for Key West P of Dental tenders his assorted Candies sizes and Patent Preserving Cada, Arthur's and best ahentKm .
they come back into our world lie greatest lege Surgery, respectfully 100 Pounds wtb their Hrfrtetoc* tan U bad rt
wonder of all would be the and Florida ports. U. S.m..il. professional services to all those who may wish den 2i) Boxes E. D. Cheese, Ludk-w's Patent.. For sale by Jias N. Lircoxa, MaUiion Countr;w ft. E. jDvuL
great progress 29. Bark J ddo! Kendrick, New York .to Brodie kPetu tal operations. Rootrs at the City Hotel. Perwmj 2 Doz. Cans Pine Apples; McNAUGHTJ: ORMOND. Qteyla. I

which the people-the masses-have made ( ,ivitb C39 bales cot too, 4 bales yarn, 3 bales waited on at their rooms, if desired" Reference, Dr. 50 Cans Pota*het New Port, December 8, 1855. 49 October 2Q. Btg. 42-4M. -

t *nce the era of the crossing of the Delaware. bides. 100 skins. 183 bides, and 63 skins. J. H. Randolph.Deo. f Liar Citron. -

'* hon the -masses swore H. dis'inctive dress, Steamer C.YarfJerbilt, Smith New Orleans,, -withU" 29, 1855. C2 Just received and for sale cheap by Furniture. Fresh Risk -. -

f ''tt'Llcl .them from the wealthy class S. mail -. -. BItOOME SHINE. GOOD assortment of cheap' Furniture,eoosiatfngID A ft t of Rire nri lbs way from ChaT ntmi Skit.aU fi
apart ,
I and Bark Convoy, hopper, t>r New Orleans, bunting Look at This. Dec. 22J 1S55. 51-3t A part wrote serfdom their -extrnAls
on .very: freitrht. satisfied that the Cn h must Chairs ; Bureaus.:*1Th aud Wtb ut glasses'; bulb and Nsw Portv._. 3/1835: 44 T J N *
: they wrrd ridden down odious laws Dec. 31. Bark II. L. Rafters, Delano, for New "PERFECTLY system _
by gathered L prevail, and that-there is a sufficiency of the needful i Seed Oats. low post Bedsteads ; Wash Stands, Towel Stand, --t _
from charnel-house! of the Past, such York, with 000 bales cotton, 80 cases tobacco. to meet oil of the pecexoary calls wanted in this .-i A A BUSHELS superior'qnalitv in store and et .. to. For aale by Seed Oats. ; .-, .

i *s imprisoamfio!. for debt,and other fragments part of Florida. and Southwest Georgia, our banner IU U for sale by BROOMtf & SHINE. T iloXltrOHT <& ORMOND. 5 00 BUSHELS. of W.rioP qnalitt t" aI.! b'f110PKIN3.A / "
of tha legal Moloch oldie reel and black ages; Co-Partnership Notice.. waving ou the breece M 'usual, the fame low prices Dec. 2. 1865. tt-Sw, New Port, December 8, It .49Crockery MEGINNiasIvee.
. will be strictly adhered to, subject ooly'-to the flue i- *, I8. a <
hoy the massercr njCD'an<5 not serfs or qia- THC undersigned have this day entered into a co- tuations of the markets. Accept our ftbanks :iV
: thnes: ad they have riscninto full manhood, tn tbe.WHOLESALE very liberal patronage received ktuee *o dmmtoeedtbis months after date -will present my final nc- GOOD assortment received and !for.albyv Advances on Sei IslaiJd tton. -
'wtth the fragments of an infernal lawtrarnpV1 -. $ & RETAlL3rntI re&irreation in trade and"wb SIX MoN AUGHT A OEMO. *
qiany very, necessary can apd vouchers to the Judge of Probates for T IBEtlAL Ap NCES rhvTa ,ori Seii'Island fc tJLJ :
firmly underjpot. ow.the masses only assure our endeavoring Ahall be 1Q plerKe all who Leon Gourity, ajid pply for.a final, discharge from New P.irt December 8, 1855.49.. t'is Shipment to CUrltwton,-tuy-DLADD '-

knoW no such word as Go back Tin thoirrd patrSnire this cheap eash store in 1858. Come and the. office of"Exttutor oW.'O.' Hylton. deceased.' New Port. NaT.j 1866_ .44 >I: ]' -
Salt. Salt.
. under the and of :
name style then for '
price our good before -purehase, judge
marclf their Futur6 is in the of you : ,:, ,
; care knocks down the Per- aasden HityT .
yourselves, fur the longest pole 855. : T IVERPOOL and KeylWeit. Foriale by x LOUc1or'jj-
ben AMES-&t.IVELY. Dee. 2 -
.Pestiny and it1lpt rnal Ool. It is tlmmon. J.-ET4OYD. ,- --- ..--.- : L/ ;MoNA.UpHT40R 'V virtue idf'y Ia' -

: gohoogLt4jin4fj"t oYeonsoiaiiotiforev.! December, 1855. t 88 :Vt/"f"; Executor's Notice'. New Port, December, !8& 4V'. B shall fi puieT.l.e th.'cj j4
le TIEY-wiLl be pleased to sea their friends *J 1*T /
7 !Iror Wi tfntf/thVt; despite, all the door, in -
( tlouat.that JiarrJoWred and patrons at the old sta'nd of-D. H Ames. FLOUR. HOTlCTEls hereby given to all creditoii, legatees IardwareFULLauertrnentfa1ITci.Ia ..(Febroary iw.fui'eahi, all lEit .
urn Kmr country where they vjll Jrcp a/all! : n4 'federalT : ; iitiUed io ldisti ibutioii out ef the land and in the
roi list wht'esrfi iesjJts theftpe't lolh'eir LS. Superfine Fid ir26 ,- ofCbarlea Longwortb.decefceo.-late'of iaosdy used fccrejtLa Ijrinff biiing
nisortmentofArticIes ippertaforng estate Henry .
2' s.Yials-by ;; ;-I.; / ; iv w the, Ytitbq*I'orebMeTla I- -
M > ; ; :
to2and obiacl.'AiiiIehbive D1L&MEs FamilydoubleZs.tra. fiQad'd1itbe State of Florida,to- .
IrOQ1 line oi txniocM. the Cooaty pre- : cdUcLgr -
'- For sale by JOHjfDee. B. LLOYD. Claims detaanda-> sett1.mepwitbfd ,: 5 : ::: .. ORMOND.N bi'suffici4mttJ7kheTsxs flz li1ti4' -
; theu or
: $ pecyleret eAt Port DeeemTjer 8, 185.----: land Cnmpn7-tmgetbevwihJ all .
w ,,
/ ,
29,486,5. ft datorflianotice will -be-
from thui pleaded
ttdI th, wo doei movel"&ndthe Destrn .JantfT'l 'j k a -- two yean ; near* ihtnoaf* '- .

: the country and tho oile cannot 50'back I ALL"aud enJjuictJ.the priee ofthe following Western In bofth ? a4yithbo; ; ai4IiiId Cmi Cooking Storea, ; JAMI3S'Y' '
ji | ; ; C Cf the statute b uchoaM e
: r Conn try Produce,jtart u&iiedfy the Wild A GREAT tariety, Mi ypjitIt .
trnstjneyiby( marcbonnird. 'Fh it
n pnrsaanee of aa order of the flog.J. .Waylft Ba-< 'do b-wdt dIIWSh v --1-__ -.
jt'rE.Iat'wIlLsd.Test&metu -
IN jeer J d WillUia Bouie, will tell at :- i.Qt -Notioe. 4' -
tlua xu r#ign F -- .. :* t.nfa KoN AUGHT ORMOND.f ;
ox .
; ldiB KCiri aiiCourtBottM i: $ 2
7'UtyyCartago iUotiwas1izt* feeMe public ula1otlThtb1eUid) ; -- c:5O-, -'jjwPrtD.e sne8,185&41; 4J
: the of : : Dic.I.IUL i : .
4tb -
; dor: o rbs..on Uooday, day :
5 : -
-IUbbIi- ji :- : ;u -
h4nglfldI ::14 i ; : ;
: 7tilerot County Pebmry.of LeptTandiltafe of Fl pdi$tor wit ; tb W'a4b -2- ; 0Tetu. liana; cAWafltdfl' p, --1.-
? :sucrfd,1- nriinatH flml couni' A' iAiGE -
**; !1I ,, -
:;:hs y 1y thafeaitf1 9 }Wj cot4QtJlrgzhecnd fw"--gpge pC.JWrtII &DU t. tUI U1sknn HlWifeltolWBtf. *.'. '. o t".d"-jj _i pl ow",1* CeeI1Uc4 price nafdr MeTiiaAfc tt 1-A.C :' 1' *i4IcNTGata OREt4Th4 ft *- 4V.4.U,1L

progrtli awat % tay'n1 .WZLL1kt.flQTfl1, t .- JLft.LWYTh. er f rrL"" ft'UiL'v f. Krw Port,lUtoaW t;IfejL 0 'o '- ; '
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t 'moratrroM nr elf. eons'wtSnf! _not *,hr ('tht fralrtte*fjfr$ ,tut also 'p' '. a lor sale a perfect hair* ros.U.s wm bo eced! tt fUi. > 1. .. '. :1' J .'(1
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quality and styles, butiniue1.' 'This stock I*not on hair whtcli has become grey permanently to ito ov. t-.ftitCatYm t fiPy, $lKItI.*lure A Lits.ebof BIwt oaba Co3ma ; .
Jo 1',.. ', &Y1'iat7Lrvatke ir.OOTDSP1TENT )lyjarge. but selected' partienlarly for the Florid mar trial l color-brings it ontwoor It is gnat, and arrests ft tbing"the'-WIr'J1es. tel the lit' Dirisina of tbFenueioTfI 'De. AI r.1i1Y: .l 'tlo: IDi' PaJq .11sI4I Dn '&opillli' ;-

krts', winch be feels nsimred be will be able trt sell M where it isC.&lItngoff-ek.ans the)head of thf dandruff ; oeigl; R Rail lUid bet w'Th11a_ GeaUe.el" FlraJ fW''G.tU aUalmw7.affedkcl

low, nnt only for cash and the produce nr.tht country and ife1lin removes all cutaneous erupt ions-and ren see and Madison from the 10th to tli 17tlr Deeem"Also 0" "! ..... I. J

W = but slsn! to trxwe who have been dealing WIth Kim tiers the soup perfectly healthy by restoring the sec her nut.. .r.CJ1nc.&U1 : : -
t for year*. All three wishing to pnrchase we wouliadvW retire organs In tlierr original vigor and strength.and : for1':the'2d Dittoon'of-the ROAd' between 1 am tf01D recerrntf my;fall' mid Wader tapjty fda aD be,-t L....'&- 1iU. '

: -'l. I_. to call! and see the'e unlerHliiiGlne thus supply nutriment end coloring;matter it.- Madison and A'tigator, from.the 20th Jamxary. to the of Cltths, VoMimere,, :Voting f *,:#c., of and -LjlWII.--.Aiie, ,

Cliene, Satin Plaid and striped, It tines not color the hair but Is,In short a perfect 1st February next.. ML D..It4*'f.ft.wi' aan.1T

; Solid and Plaid Brocade*. Hsir invigilator,and Toniet TOflJ/ i PlaM arid 'ogofbe respective Divisions willbe Every..Color, Style'and QnalHy HMpitii], Jfw1' t. MtDr' Rogcr

__ Oro de Rhine and Black Silks., of all prices aDdqulLIitil'C. To the-yoimg.'whft' M much .dmire.the. bV=tjti,. exhibited at this office on and after the lOtlfDe- the ad Tar motel a cue nfffin' :mrif ffiifrmhiii Aa
lock nnd-rin jlct,he feels that he will be pardoned if eember and JanuarjwAnd the Pmpnaals will be .which ram prepared to male lip in moft l

I It z Black and colored Velvets, he offers the advice'suggested by long. study 'and extensive opened on the 17th December fertile lit Division fashionable ttylfp oA short notice : oftwcs74ixjearsstandk. 4UJ.AX l. tu"1L"

Solid! nu.l plaid CIJ.bm.r and Merinoes i observations it j to discard all cologne and and ort the let February for the !d Division.Th AND REASONABLE TERMS. -' ;

"SoliJ. pluiJ. and figured Delninrs, stimulating oija tor the hair and keep always npon the i work will be divided into sections of about one -ALSO- nr GAn"ln- W.n- 'oICi- ,
---I Ernluriuilerhl I, plaid and'btluk'Alpaccaa toilet, a botte of the restorative for occasional I bidders.. .
.1 use, mile In length to snit the conrenietwejf I lid the Cn nmp< uq t f fttteodtti vli thto f
Black Bombpzines, and we can safely predict,that henceforth,'silver I locks Stockholders will have the prcfereiice other bid. A L-'naz AXD WELL SBIBCTED STOCK.or treuiig Congb. aDd dwdiMpd MTtnl ef

Spanish an 1 Mohair Denni!, and bald heads: \i ill be unknown: for although' the .lers' at the same bid. AU contractors except Stockholders READYMADE'CLOTHI O, from the Lnnj. sod all l ny ftwnd qtarU adjyp f UigJ

CORN AND COB MILL. Tallies black and colnre-l ItAliAn cloak cloths, rose may blossom upon the downy clie k-the dark will be required, to take .\ part of their parin Consis/inff of eyery garment suitable for winter wear nr me up to die.jet 1 few bodes of

P.tenteflfn.V'. 16th, 1 So a:-Copyright En Black lith and colored Talmas.and silk Talmas, eye be ever piercing and the tie th those of peeri, Stock preference being given to those who will inch as,Cloaks. Talmas. Coats, Tests, Pants, Ac, & liverwort T. rItored 11M ta tnvfee.t h&t.;
plushed still if the natural fluids be withheld from the hair .
secured ')arch 1st, 1355.A.ny .Dotted and embroi.lert"I1nce V.Us, and in 'consequence it becomes first dead and harsh, take the largest amountWM.. II. GRIFFIN' Chief Engineer. which will be disposed of at low prict SMrte Collars GABRIEL 'WflIEflAfl. .
Also, a large lot of Plain awl Fancy SworntosndiubieiiSedtMsStb day of 1'loi.
SnliuLpliiiJ aad figured Bareges, then falls off nature will be robbed of ,
\ ;ifriwynnii! upon tfieab-n ll'ill611 p-qi.cul d grey or more Undershirts Cnurats Stock, Hwifry &e. Ae. bcr MO. U2NRY E. 8POCEX.Hr .
}1'Ark and colored
Shalleys, thai half its charms and
it is
to t'ic loll. ; although a sovereign
extmtfftheLITTLE ], I oot-fil will consult their
Contractor's. thorough of
Notice Those desiring a 'Mayr Qocii.
Welch Silk and Fl.innsls N for thosa who well
enaze i remedy are gray m as those who .
all the above
p Red and yellow Flannels, : are bald, still all see the propriety of making only ExaiiEF.n's: OFHCK. PISSACOLA d GEO. R. IL ) I own interests by giving me a call as articles S

-GIANT. Opera FUnnolsof, all e.,lor*. suck nn jiiication: to the hair and scalp a* it calculated TAU.MIASSKK FrX DECEMBER Isr, 1835. )f bare been selected with -great care and with a IF" *. CHILD (re Jr on Siiti reft,two Jn
'"T HS Mlwrihers) secured' and, Ereueh! the Pe spicial: iew to their adaptation to thi market. west of Smith.) says:-I bid fbi tralroooarj rrmim
buying the rujht from LTL English embroidered banJ, to preserve it both in a )perfect and healthy state. HE times of letting of the Contracts on n- "
sux SCOTT to sell the CORN anJ OOD MILL. Lice and linen C. Handkerchief: Fram till Editor tie RtlllZ Estate Adinrtiirr T eucola t Georgia Rail Road are changed as (ohlows JOHN PRATOK1US. tioo pltanded with a twwt dutrewlnir'eo ti.irLiet rf.
of 27
known a* the LITTLE G I.\\',. art u
-) .rxecutr pror-iptlv. in n thorough workmanlikejiiatn EmbruiJercd] Clieiuoiv and Collarettes, Tint: part of the line between Tallahassee and the care of in aU pbjMdao [ProCBJi.usoa.j mptiiimd

.r. all or.lfOf5. wholesale nnl: rrUil, of Kiid'MHlsTli mu,. brown and grcpn Veil Bareges: Dot-os March 20. '54. Aucilla Hirer \\ill be let at Tallahassee on the 2 1st, Notice to Contractors. to grow, worse and gave op all 1! Lope .f rertrrrr I(
reputation won by the Mill for the jwtr.nr Blark love Veils, rr- f. Wood: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely December; OFFICE or STATE F. GI nannfAVISTA. ) At thu erhi I was *rmdd to try Dr. Rogers'Liv*

J \' thrnnchonfthc United States Ma sufficient jjivjr Tlire.vl Cotton and l Linen Liecs.Cambrie quite pray, I wa induced some weeks since\ to That part of the line between the Aueilla and the OEASOE MILL P. 0., ST. JOHKS lborn,Fu. VAuocarSOTH enrort and'r. which entirely healed wj t Imgf saC*

unto of.ttt utility and Mtab'.i.1ICd t-hiraeter, It lnwt ( nll.t 1 Svri. ;.I inl>iPxibiuet nd IUI"riiuI, make trial botlle of your hair restorative.! I have used Jess Stwnnnee Rivers; uill 1 be )let at Madison C. H.on the 1855. ) restored me.to perfect taltli, by the DM eta few o4tle -,

I a lnre.? a-nount uf iivmpy :1 1 lalr tn brini? the and Mautill.i Lice, neareti thin two and *, but the pray hair tins hairs have all (disap- 27th, December: And ._ PROPOSALS will be received at tbi.I I *. [Signed] ANN CHILD.

Hill! to it4 prt-sent stale porfi-ction :10.1 1 u n
,..1 I t-) Plant i"!, St"rk Feeders, an I <.th.n!, as a coin. C'irt\in and Dn. C'\1ir'E'II. gi'intj on, and I have yet process change that in i is gradually and l Alligator, will be let at Alligator on the 1st. Febuarynext. itructiug A Canal, with its necessary app ndflfe: *.
plof f. nrtMr f f mechanism simple tnd pnvtUsil in tuerai'l Etnbrodered: LnceWhite CnrLt int'. sjreut hopes n time Wx: M. GRIFFIN such an Lift Locks Guard Locks, Basins hair will be dark formerl '.
.larah1* in ro':
(- )bo.ly to he the m .t i-npoit.ititaitirlf of t'ii' kind! White and blirk ilk h'>.iiry.Lidies the healthy : and tfcorof 8, 1 ::. 40Master's thirteen miles 3.410) feet ; authorized by the Although it may seem unprofessional) I fteleeestrttBed -
lur.. hieh before
harsh and
I')1 i'l11'1". t ot only \ifll p1tited. .11' gIuuhIg, cub And Ofiits block and! cold KiJ Gloves] f w was dry, and it has ------- -- --- -----. -- .- ---- rjon.rnl Amirmtilv.. i>t the Slate of Ftnr tla. nt its IHi to state that I used Dr. Rocfrs' Liverwort and Tar

"..""...1. .r..r. ..'.1\,1.. -,1.,1. n..s. .... ...fl.. ..... }..",-',..'nlfur.. .J 11..'.- .t.Ilp.te ..... _aiikfltfvalitiftrnil.. _, __ _liTi/1_._!. irliftV_..iiL'idirs I''( ?\EtJ to Mime_ out.. .inRespectfully"rmf'rl\_ .n. _,,. Sale. ;i ion; of 1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act to provide in the'ease Charles Wad*. jrhow's quit.1oW-il
,toe'. Tli-" I.T1'TI.E! GIA T"rpl'l''lt tho, FIRST ftii-l Cents buck anJ Kid Gauntlets, I your, D. C. M. RUFF. tar and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements PULMONARY CONSUMPTION with tU harpies
1st in 185G.TN .
PREMIUJI nt llic) late AcriV.turjl F.IIM ofMi>a.'uri. O, I"l't'r I 13: l<*& 41. Cincvoo, May 1.54.-I have used Prof. Wood's Moruldy January, in this State. effect. after the wow rem" lies had fkHwI.

KfiittwVy. M-inland, nn'I 1 other Stnfcs, nnl that inn L __ I Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevents pursnnnce of the directions of n decree in Chan Proposals will specify the arix>nnt fvr which the [SignedWM.. RICHARDS Jf.D.

*. niivt C'uip'.itnf-ntarv'! miniier.: Tin N.>. 2 Mill i? Georgia Military Institute, I the hair from coniiijr out, gives it n gloss nnd softj cery of the 27th March 1855, heroin the Union work will be done, the mode and manner in which -

warranted to criivl ten bn"lirh of feed ,er )hotirutli. ) :MARIETTA.tVTR j ne"9 very desirable. The few gray hairs I had! have Bank o'f Florida is Complainant end William Wil- payments are to be made w hetlwr in lands or moneys. cir: The following is written, from aLetla.

iur 1 b. rsiaii1. o.T.wl nt tIle LOW PRICK of f 55. all entirely disappeared. Others of my family have used: hams,Samuel R Love, Sheriff tc. and Maria Harrisonand or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates Ky.:-Tour Dr. Rogers LiYf'rwort.nd Tar mwn grtattatiffaclien
r : \C'1I.1..rTli* i is IiiJd into two re"i'inof : it, and with in it James adm'x and adm'r. of Robert L.Harrison. in this
c un; lfte. r<"i nt *t 5. critid fifcfen lm:!h..ltt.per hour, a'td N.x 4. litii. ; inontlii. ':;'. The Tenth Sesshm c-m.meii j, be. IIENUY A. CLARK, Michigan Avcuue. dec'd. are Defen-lants, I will expose nt public aildrcasiu the undersigned] any at Orange Mill Post Office it, aud pronounce. it'.n r o//A< heir mtdR ft". ill .
C.e< on tlie 2 nth of Fi.Bn.cutT IK\% and ends on the jI I sjle before the Court House in the Town of Quin- H.
$ irrin 1< twenty Im-OieU' per huur with two l lAlJiog Ih'rh" St. John's River, Florida" Proposals will aW HAYCBA>T,Drv8 ""
eight and charges. 19thf JU.T.: I'EOF. XrOODs OniEXTAL BEXATIVK LltlMEXT. cy, on tbe' lat Monday in January next: ((1856)) the follow be received for constructing a Ran Rand ever the -

ROI1P.IXS JL BIBB. Tlie Cadtts ara di\ided into four College C'c Thi Liniment is i valuable nuxiliary to the treatment ill! doscribc'l lands to wit : The ra J of tbe S EJ same ground. F. L. DANCY. t5T ReT. T.HnWiswiAr.Patriot,Gabria sona.

1iccembr :, iss: :;. 4S The A'in'inl (iinieiKenieit, : t-ikce: place yon- Wediies- of some of the most fortiMitblo disease with ol( Section 23, Township 2, Range 4. N A W; the W t State Engineer. State of Florida. ty. O. writes :-Dr. Ropm Liverwort and Tar baa .

clay: before the 20th of Jrzx.ActDxcsrAt'r.. which itia our lot to contend; fur instance: iufluma: {f the N Wj of Section' 25, Township 2. Ranee 4, Nit August 31, 186:5. 25-ly been the mrant of inotchnig my \rifr fem a *rtm..

lion of the lnntrs and bowels. By a thorough and continued W ; the N E4: of Section 26, Township 2, Range 4. Cure grave II [Signed] HENRY WISEMAN.
THOMAS VffiTJfi application of this Liniment over (the regions of N it W : the N EJ of Section Township 2, Range -
Col. A. V. BRUMBY. A. 5U S.ipetintftnderit and Leon Iron Works
,, the affected 'rgtn, the otherwise formidable diseasesare 4. N tt W; and all that part of the WJ& of the S E.J County ,K3T)Ma.MraaiwEATni of Denmark.Tetmwrit ,
i .
1' ( of M\tll"mnfin I Natural Phil >*ophv. :
MANUFACTURER (O.pper and Shet Iron at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, of Section 23, Township 2, Itane 4, N tt W, as lies! TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Dr. Rogers Liverwort and Tar has met with
Capt. of Ca. frelsuccew.
in all kinds of Plain and Fnnrv and Profo of .! particularly among children, and tho isands of mothers North 'ofl cerium Stream running East & West, Establishment ;is now in full operation. AI A young man of this place tnpposed by T-

Tin Wares tak.s pleu Hlre in illr..rOlinr. the citizen: u&t.. V. H. ANOET!*;or Pmf.Enjrineerinp.Mr. of French and IlUtorv. were they allowed to speak would with nIl the across the S E J of said Section, Township and Range l"lIIS will be attended to with promptntS8,aDd ery one to be in the las tfogt of dnt ptiit //
.fT..1ILh3fHwndinic nlry. that I.e wihixr C'1'If1ue lIee..f feeling and affection bear their mipposed; to be about thirty in all
; Mr.V H. HUNT A.. Prof of and E united acres containing all work done with neatness and dispatch.All us entirely cured by its use 1!! I [Signed]
I. Chemistry iij'ih -
tn wait nil thnt vi-h to
prepared ( n patronize !
testimony to the fact that it has snatched their chil- 510] acres more or less. kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work. DAVID MEURIWEATHER.P
),j'n in Iii;* lnifi of iiiiic. lie al tenders! his thanks} Literature. dren! from the jaWs of death and restored Also the following named Blares to wit Charlotte Dvsggi.f.L' .
Mr. J. B. GOODWIN Prof of Drnwin very them : Oil Oetffin?, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, -
t< his (ricn.la.lul (the public cen rnlly for the very I to their firmer health and beauty. Again it will be Henry, John. Allen, Mnry. Amanda. Hannah. Louisa, Shafting Pulleys, Hungers. Plough Castings PrassCastings. Ma. II. E. DRAKE.
Drnggwt. of X.ni
R S. CAMP A""i-t. Pruf. of )IJ.thcmalic8. ,
liln'ral with vhch: 1 he lin I.rrt"f..rp, beenftvoeJ Clip I .
pitrorma:. : < A. CON'XELU M. D S.inrt-on. f'tnnd a powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally George, Cupid Bill, Jim. Frank. Isaac, Harriet, Jabe, I :.; also Sugar Kettles, of any size kept states :-A gentleman of my acquaintance who WM
I\n.lll1! .pcs that H iitiiiu.ition; of the) same: TIle In tituton! i it under. the direction and known a* an Ag"e Cuke or an enlargement of David. Annis, CIDri S." Ben, Dyke, Becky, Manrnret, constantly on hand. All!! work dope in such establishment apparently in the fast stage tf CvttnttpHoittlt wu
5"1 i 1 IM er.intodhim.He manage: -
tnent of Bard of Tnwlee. in conjunction with the spleen, indeed in all cases where the external application Sam, Mitty, Eliza Martha. Daniel Milley and Emily. will be done by us, with a-.particular regard to restored to pet feet health] by the use of Dr. R.ers'Liverwort ,
ill hand Ml 1"\1) a a
oll h1tl.kCt'p on supply of service this Liniment Terms Cart. HUGH .Jr
u will be found ARCHER. the
and and Tar.
use strength duiability of the work. The
B'ard of Yiiitors .!. Governor of the cure was a most extnordia
rts fr Ware muallv" kept iry an establiRhnn-nt) of'bislinr appointed by o ful. Special Commissioner. Competent Workmen always readiness ary one. t
of Iitictni9 A full afs"rtinont ofSllrrt IrIOn.81.1I."t State. cp _
December lstlS55. 48
e I act r.f niP the 11I9titnti.n has 'RO!. WOOD'S \,:etT.DLEneH.. tirr. riLi.s. Ensjiues. &. -
Ix-nd Iajl Pifej Sltprt Zillc. Cistern Puit.. By nn < LsrMitnre.
IIn,11I ; other articles; too to !. been furn:!he great ntmicrou men (
tion.: many and a Field Battery. conistiii< (Ir fair six Sir:-As we have used and PCT. used for a numberof 10 3 Shoulders, cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this high n&nf',) orpatri"t O, w riles:-I Wve W a
TO BUILDERS.Tin pounder brass pieces and twe twelve pounder Howitzer years, your Vegetable Magic life Pills we are prepared 2 Plain Unms, place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron Copper and the (andy physicisn of Mrs. Wueouo for twelve
to recommend them to the public as superiorto Brass. years and during that lime she has snflere/1 with diseased
Roofing Cutteriiiij, C'ppt.rnd Tin; Con Pipes de. nil \\\hu-h be mises to d in the are giailnateut HOPKINS t MEGINN1SS.Dec. .
pn <' most for which thp/ are recommended : J.JL SHINE Tallahassee Fla. CONSUMPTION 1 She
was cured
of Wst entirely tU
Point an 1 nut the institute ill i the bj
vork-nmn liko manner and 'vie, nnd of the loe5t mutcriil. upon B. B. Leach A. B. I, 855. 48Master's March of Da.
West plan the public be as!ured 'hit 1', Pettis, B. D. Albro. P. Jacobs II, 1854. 10Notice. ace BOGUS LTVXXWOBT AnD T.Aa 1
may --------
ami government ------ -
on shortest notice mot rchsorwble terms Oriu Bnzzel
discipline and course of studies will be strictly Sjwncer Sussell, Edward Gilber. John Sale of 11.R. WILSON, IL D.
Hiving rxn cnzniretl fur the lt"t ei:ht years in 1 enforveJ. Albro, Lucien B.sweet, ElLis R. Sweet John Harh Negroes. IT IS A
burners lit this pluG ho thinks it unnecessary to reo raft.. Nathaniel Gilmore,James H. Pine, Win. Johnson BY virtue of decree in Chancery of the 2nd No PACT,

convnend lj'ns,1C any further to tile public as regard TERMS: Johnson Williams, O. Lawson C. Furrar, D. Lanrs.Faor. vember, 1855. in a cause, wherein John A. Craig THE undersigned Executor the last Will and That wherever Dr. Rogers'Syrup of LtTenrart and

Ms cp*Miici'a( a meclnuic.! but nt the snhic time hen Tuition Board, Waoliin;;; Fuel, Liphf. Hire of Mu WOOD:-Dear Sir:-IIa\'ing used), and expeiinced is complainant, and William P. Craig is defendant I ta01t'nt of John Cook, deceased, late of Leon Tar has been introduced it is superseding err rr etar

!nrcs all that favor him with a oall, gooJ work and sicians.i and all other contingent expenses,per session the effects of your Vegetable Magic Life will offer at public outcry, to the highest bidder, be- County, notifies all persons having demands againstsaid Cough Medicine before the public. This Is wholly ow

cheap pricts. of five mootlis. in advance ?12.50.. rills in my family, I wilt say that as a family med fore the Court house in the city of Tallahassee on the estate to present the same to him duly authenticated lug to its truly wonderful medkial -virtues.

n"rinr reuovc,1 from the old stantl formerly known Surgeon's fee. per annum. $5. icine, they cannot be valuexl too highly. I have used 1st Monday in January, 1856, the following named within the time prescribed by law, or this notice BE WARNED IN SEASON
be !
will !!!
in bar of their
and all
as White
of 200 foot street, where he will W plnd to wait copy of tbe Regulations" by addressing the Super- will say that' their virtues cannot be too highly appreciated I mortgage debt in said decree mentioned, to wit:- those indebted are requested to make payment i iim e--mAnd neglect not that cough which daily wrak .
on all his frim-l THOMAS WHITE. I :iutcndent, for in every case they have speedily triumphed Lewis. Clem Bill, Solomon Morgan Isaac, Butler, diately.November 1'1 THOMAS J. ROBERTS Executor. i ing your constitution irritating jour threat aad-lnen..

DI1C. 1,1855 48Execntor's ANDREWJ.HANSELL, eretary. over disease, and hcnee I feel in duty bound John Adams Peter, Arch Little ArchLouisa, Violet 1855. 8wtttNotice. and invitin? on that dread disoM.._-----r.---r ut7mniU>_.1.-

December 16. 1855. 0-3m. to recommend them to alL Thev onernta. __u_ nerpetlv Mary, Ellen, Gabriel, George and _Terms so soothingand Healing a remedy can be obtained? u
Sale ---- easy, producing no uneasy sensntiun, yet their r.----.nJ operation casu. HUGH ARCHER. Dr. Rogers Syrup Liverwort and Tar

-. J.VE'VV BC C S.tJlI'I I is thorough; and I am salUfi d that nothingmore Special Master in Chancery. SIX months after date, the undersigned.adininistrt- Beware of Counterfeit and IaItaU. -

or Real and Personal Estate.IN RECEIVING from New York, a, in most cases, is necessary than these valuable pills, __Dec. I, 1855. 48.Ids dt boni non of the estate of Jonathan O. Pad- Tbe genuine article is signed AXMKW BO

parroanee of a decretal order of his Honor J <'nt of BOOKS. embracing to perform a speedy and triumph:Hit cnre.RepectfuJy rick deceased late of Leon Cocniy, will exhibit hill tbe engraved avowed each bottle. .M

Waylet Baker Ju. e. lated the 6th day of October every department of litera Yours. tc, New Establishment in TaUabassec.rl final account and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Price $1 per wrapper bottle or six bottles frr f S,,

A."D. 1855 we will offer rwde "cruretlie Court tore. In :History the works of flume, Rollin, GiVt J. B. SANGER.O. HE Subscribers'would respectfully Leon Comity, and ask to be discharged. wholesale and retail by SCOVlL A HEAD SoU

ilou' d'or in the Town of Quincv.. on Monday tho, Jon, Robertson. McCauly Tliicrs, Allison, Prcscott. J. WOOD A CO. announce to tbe citizens of H. T. BLOCKER Adm'r de booia non. 113 Chartres St..bet. Conti and St Lotus.N. Orr.. .

4th day of February next, A. D. 1856. the following Bancroft and IlilHreth M itli School Histories to snit Proprietors, 695 Broadway, New York. Tallahassee, Florida and the adjoining July 21', 186!. m Sot Aonm rom TH* SOCTTOH Siam to .?.

described Real and Personal property, belonging to; all aijes.' In Philosophy. Abercrombie Paley. Blake, 114 I Market Street, St Louis.D. Counties of Georgia, that they have opened a all orders and applications ft* Agrncies Brost U ad-

the estate of 0car Fillyaw deceased ."it: Phelps] and Lardncr. In Mathematics, Day, D.mes, H. Ames, Agent, Tallahassee, Via. CLOCK AND WATCH Shop on Monroe Street, P.B.BOKAW'S.

.Twt.1e hundred acres of land, the" Greater portionVwrc I Emerson, Smith and Bailey; and the poetical works of February 101855. 6 two doors below) MeDongall's Book Store, where they dreNed.or Far sale at all the Drug SUrts i ia T.Lhaa.

JOHN evtrj
known a* Forbv's PurclL-rsc" about ten milesest Thompson Cowper, W nll wort Mothwell. Burns, work in their line. Chronom ter, Duplex, Patent Lever TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. August 25, 18.6. .8S Sa

fIr die town ot Quincy. Sixty one Nesrroes: of all ages, Hood ColeriJge, Shelly, Keats Yomig. IIcb
u f whom nbuut f.rty ure prime working hands. lock Grey. Byron Scott Moore, Campbell Crabbe, HA1XBKIDGK, GEO the shortest notice; also jobs and Clocks of every Proprietor would in Most Approved Con Mill la lit.
Twelve hea'l of Mules and Horses Snuthey. Goldsmith, Tuppcr. Hemans, Landon Bryant ,
'VILT."e prompt attention to "all business en description. By strict attention to business, they are his friends and the '
One vokeof Oxen Willis and Longfellow; Longfellow's Poets of Europe determined "thai OF the mad approved LAMER COB5
/ his care, in the Counties of Thomas, none t3ia.llgo away distalitfitd. public, that be has rebuilt his, __ 100
Two'Ro'IVftgonl, bv Griswold; Poets. Poetry and Prose and Writers 4f America. Decatnr. Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. N. B. Good work Horse and Buggy for sale at 6 large Brick Stables,. at the old stand, and is now Mills Lave MILLS been for(or asia 1 V &. Sobseriber. .Tfc M
TwoOC8rte. ; Compendium Cvclopcdia ofEngIMi February 17, 1855. 7 tf mouth's credit prepared to accommodate his friends and some tune ia VM throegh Uaia re
Also the the 9th l Literature by Chamber and Cleveland together and lower part of Oenria. aodfiTe .
cm following Salunlay. (being clay J C. HALL & CO. also has attached to his Stables perfect
of Februnay,) will! be sold on the Plantation abvvcdtsnibed with the complete works of Smollett, Fielding. Scott, LONG & GALDRAITII, March 24. 1855. tf 12 where he will hare have a good Blacksmith IIfacOOn, grinding with isis 40 bUshels and the rise
Cooper, Inmg Dickens and Buiwer. :and all the no --- Shop done all kinds of in the day with less than the ordinary
: ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALL.UIASSEE, FLA. Plantation work Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in gw power appliedVit. -
vels of In Medicine Itoimcts TbeinakerfuraisU
recent the workn of
publication. ,
Fifteen huni'.rcd biiilitls flf C-'rn, Bonnets. the best abaodtoratH] ,v:
and with
Five tlrf i.and pound (,f Fotlder, Meigs, Griffith Dunglingson. Miller, Raimbottom, MA. LONG
S AW. a lot of Cattle. Hops, Ac.Toother Wilson.Cliurchhill, Carpenter Royle,Dt'1t"l'l'l,n'lOper, themselves in the practice of Law. They LADIES colored straw trimmed Bonnets 5 1853. Call and examine them at D.LADUS.
with a lot of plantation implements and Gunn, Ilbcrle En ell, La Roche and Condie : Braith- will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme ptnin" 44 April 21,1855. 1ft
waite's Rctroutpeet.aemi.annuaiy.Anthon and Bullion' Courts and the District Courts of the United "
utensils nn Win Jh. tilth other articles geuernlly moo iu earrying ou Classical S -rios. Litin Greek and French OrRmmarfl. States at Tallahassee. white satin and silk A Bargain Carriages, Buggies, and,.Harness

a farm.Ternfn. and every article in the Rtn.tillnerl1ine Gold and Steel Office opposite the Court lb use. blndr" (extra size) II CAN be had in a fine Sett of Cottage furniture.- For Sale bj P. B. Broltaw.
Pens, Letter, Cap and Fancy and Note Paper, with October 28 1854. If .
cf Salt:-Tbelan upon a credit of one, two. and three years; the Envelopes to suit. Blank Books comprising Ledgers, ** u u u Hats Dec 16, 1855. 50 .THE SubMribtrbu jost mefreda
Journals Record Cash, Invoice and Pass Books MITCHELL & STEWART large supply cf
purchase money to he scoured by n mortgage upon Diary For sale by DAVID C. WILSON.
the property ni l bonds with personal security,to be of'56. Banking Cases Portfolios, Oil Paintings. lIar. ATTORNEYS October 13. 1855. 41 In Store and for Sale. ..Baggies and Haraesa. which be An
approved of bv the! Judge of Probate the same to prrV Magazine received monthly by mail. and yearly AT LAW, O CASKS Bacon Sides (orule on the most reasonable term*.

draw %hilerest from the day of sale at the rate of eight subscribers solicited. J. McDOUGALL. JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. O 2 Tierees Hams, November 18, 1854. <

cent per payable annnnlly. For the othr November 10, 18li5. 45 undersigned of the above 2 Bbls. Lard .
per annum "XTIU. practice in all the Courts of the Middle THE Agent Company DR.
property all suras nncler fifty. dollnrs, cash-sums f' Circuit in Columbia and Alachua in the Eastern receive applications for and make insurance 5 Kegs MILES H. 5ASH,

over that amount te be secured by uotes with approved Circular Saw Mill Agency. Circuit, and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. against loss by Fire on Brick aod Frame Buildings, 1 Hlhls Sugar O..UIl ills raornsioxjiL intvicxs TO nz'errnxn .tTJILUIBJU8KX

personal security, payable twelve months after date, THE nnderfeifjned has tile aeency for the sale of Ma-cb24, 1855. tf 12 Furniture, Merchandise, tc. 10 Bbls Extra Flour, UD SCRJlOCllBUtO COVKTmT.

and also bearing the same rile of interest from the'Lhty Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills." ,_ -- -- January 29, 1853. 4 B. 0. LEWIS. SO S. F. -. -

of sale. consisting1: of three sizes for 42 48 and) 52 or 54 inch A. PERRY AMAKER, 5 Sacks Rio Cofiec OFFICE with Dr. M. Nash,ixnmediaterr east of ft.'
OWEN T. & JAMES A. FILLTAW, Saws. These'Circulars are decide-'ly the best in use, For Sale.undersigned 5 R xes Star Candles .

: Executors of Oscar Fillvaw deceased. laving several improvements over the Page? or any A TTT AT LWTAT.T.AITASSr t r pim! offers for sale his Dwcllinm 3 Bbls Molasses, May 19 1855. 20
Doccmlxr8,1855. 49 oilier Patent in usp. The coat is about boO, $35O, Jo'f.A 3 Vinegar,
i -a iiouse nru ou acres inuu _.
----------- -- { nog 01 souui 01 -
.- and $450 fur various sizes according extracarriaire.tc. .. May 21, 1853. 20 J1.IiL| Tallahassee} on tbe Belle Air Road. 'The TOIItICCO. boap otarcu, and many others things for T. j. ic. aiciuxM !r. nxrcBxa 1I'JInASU.
Sale.BT. For farther particulars apply to House has six sale by S. S. KNIGHT.
Coroners: large rooms. well finished;or the premises RICHARDSON & IVIUTAXER-
S .virtue of a writ of fi. r.,. to me directed. i"sued DANIEL LADD. WILLIAM SCOTT, i i. a substantial out Kitchen and good water.- December 15, 1855. 50 '

Ml1 the Cl rk'. office of the) County of.Lt>. J port, Fla., November S, 1855. 44 ATT -
.JliJ.lle Circuit Florida wherein the U III"n B r.k of Salt Salt Salt. terms. This is one of the most desirable locations in A B. qLARKE chants,
Florida i.Yt/li t.filhn,1 Haley T.'BIocker, Sheriff and FLA._ Leon County. For terms apply to the firm of White
Ex-officio ninistrator James Stewart, deceased, 20 0 SACKS of Salt for sale by July 30, 1853. 30 t 1 jan dlusicr, next door to D. IL Ames' Drug Store. MERCHANT TAILOR, t PORT FLA.
HODGKISS, POOLE & CO. THOMAS WHITE. August 4th 1655 31 .
is Defendant I have I levied upn and fhall offer for For Charleston Second
November 17, 1855. 46 Vessel.VjxrpHE July 14,1855. 28. DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHIXOGENTLEMEN'S -
'- B:lC at public! outcry to the highest bidder f'r cash. .LCD
I. before the Court H:,use door In the City of Tallahassee. Brig SOMERS, on the way from FURNISUIXO GOODS. Notice.SIX .
Manufactured Tobacco. '4SJ2-1- Charleston, will follow the Brig Ad.la for DR. R. N. GARDNER months from date
on Monday the 7th day of January, 185', the follnwing'drvribed !- undersigned I...
ubove Port For f receiving at the well known
.n Innik. to wit: LOB No. 5. Fractional SHALL receive same 400 Boxes of varions brands eight apply to* D. LADD. his professional services to the citizens NOW old stand for on the estate of William Thomptoa..d caastd.
I New Port Nov. 24th OFFERS occupied Clark
1855. by
.Section Township 1,, RanfiO 1, N ,& W. levied Mullens" Mannf.ioturrid Tobacco on consignment 4T and surroundiug country. Officeat assortment of, Stillman. a general late of Leon County.will .ahibiher fio at.l
Superior Made
tbe f said Defendant and to be sold atilllLis ". the Ready Clothing. Furuitb- vouchers tcthe( Judge of Probate fee
npon as property fI season 100 Boxes now on tbe way out.- Parsonage.Scptember Goods Cloths aaid Cwvett.*
Laid writ to Law. DR. LEWIS, log Caasimeres, Vestrogs; &, eom- and ask to be discharged. '
Merchants do
to satisfy according will well to bear this in mind, and it 29, 1855. 39 poeed in of the following articles
D. E. HULL Coronrr. pill be soul lower than same quality can be laid down RESIDENT DENTIST Fine Black part Dress Frock Coat. : LUCY'THOMPSON .A" .-
December 385S. 48 for from mud markets and time Hides Wanted. September 9. 18 .
on to good par TALLAHASSEE, FLA. .1S Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and 3.4M.Notloe. ,

-: A. Oard. t '. DANIEL LADD. now inserting Artificial Teeth the 5000 BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the Business Coats, ".
I IS .
Newport, August 4, 855. 31 new and improved principle, with t highest price will bs paid. Also Deer Fsnoy Cassimere dlt. *do. de
and Otter skins. DAVID C. WILSON. M Black and Colored months from date t1i. nndenlgiv.j "ra-
continuous ( Cloth SIX
Mrs. Mary L. Ball RICHARD gums, rom one side to the Overcoats.
T. Bucnrrr.
...,-n_ -r'._r -CHARLES_ _r w.___DOWMMQATTORNEYS ..._ other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the Tallahassee, September 29, 185.: 39 H Black Doeskin Pants. on the estate of William L Tbomp..i,, .
/\FFKRS br services to the Ladies of TalUhaswc ceased late of Leon .
: ; County. 01
and exhibic. "
IRC.tIJtl"r & DOWNING, lodgment of food, thereby rendering them Fancy Col'd Cassimere Pants, &.
.. J and tlm Bonnets and Fan. perfectly t count aod Touchers
and vicinity to make to the
life like, and restoring the original Blaoksmithing. Black and Fancy Silk Vests Judge of ProbaU 'k IIIirl
of ,
. AT LAW t AGENTS FOR CLAIMS contour the face, '
i Head Dresses aud solicits a lioeral share of their County and ask to U diedarnd.JACOB '
to detection. He will A Fancy Velvet da. .:
to as defy attend to all calls ACHED to my Livery .
: Utonage.Septemlter. NO.. 490, Seven Afreet, fa Middle Florida for Full $etts. Those wishing Full =XJL; Stable is a Blacksmith Shop .. do. CMS. do.ca.bm.r.., ELIOT. A.AJf.. -
!!. IS5. 88-2m WASHINGTON CITY. obtain all : .f White Marsailles September 39;IM*.
Saul _
can necessary information by letter. :: i in which all kinds of work appertaining do. D.D. ,

.TORINO AND SHIPPING BUSINESS "tx nIL rractiee before the Court of Claim. and H. will warrant in eveiy instapce, satisfaction andprices to that business is done in good style, at short -ALSOA --. Boot -
, V f claims before to suit the times. Terms Cash and fine "ssortment of Shirts.Collars an4 nimcg..
prosecute Congress and the several or when called notice, on as reasonable terms aa at any other Cravats. Black
: ; AT -XSWPORT.f Departments. for. shop in the city. .Farming implements, such as Turn White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves self adjust- ; LADIES Kid'II .Jenny L.Baalist.

t f *Hl, undersigned still carries*n tbe abote business July 28, 1855. so- June 24, 1854. 25 PloUgh. Scooters Rods devices Heel Pius, Tap tag,Stocks, Cotton ,and':Merino. Uoder-abirta. Jeans. .Th.N .. m.- ,

\, JL in all Its bnaebts. Buildings will calculator Rings and Iron Wedges, kept ready made and constantly Drawers..Brown,Fancy. Cotton and Lislo Thread 4 S. ;

: .pa.tcLiDgaeooa.. .D. LA1 D. R. H. BERRY SNUFF, !AMP-TOBACCO. on band. ThIS will afford farmers an Clppor-* Hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief all 0 B1ek oIoU&Pnme11 OaItim

I )l.wport.8I'ptembt?. IE54. 85 -11,_ tunity to rapply themselves without being delayed. of which are offered to Uwpublkoo reasonable terms Bn-1 Sa

Auctioneer 'and Commission PETER'LORILLARD. "B/BROKAW.. and' aagoodJu offered in this Market/ Calf
; N' Goods. II' ; "
Call and examins.November10,1U.. Bits .

--t t r niT recelIin7_ sut. ), of Fall and Winter t MERCHANT. Ho.4 2, CHATEAU STREET, HEW YORK, .-January-13.18&5. INotice. 4s MebIk1ppied&ogaa1.. ..," .
Goods (by Iste arrivals fi New York Baltiovire T41.UH.ua '*; 29, 185& 80 **. SUCCESSORS of Trrb, & GEOEOB. LOU UBD .. --- L ." u.rIDl Jr- :, ,
. r rod Pr v aqd &r them to thepublio on as all kind SNUFF an4.TOBAC months after'date the,oadmigaBd Executor of A.. U. ,FISHER 'oo.. alU-- wB.Ots -

food nm a .., boow m the city. la tbe stock kJBbnMBf S.. S..i, KNIGHT, COS general use. For particulars Fries Q miUca SIX Estate of John 8.RSherjord late of Leon Oa ATTORNEY-AT.LAW .aNwa. ; '. "i'I ; .

_' every ,farietj .of, Dry Goods Groceries;' & t* obtained by addressing M bore;' This estabKshmeat tyi deceased, will present bis accounts and Tooebtftto .. :.,, a

,I rf ard
; I bcanUM &U'LnQf Embroideries,Iaesij 8eM,, t" State. be. discharged.* 'fa i A '
Mantles'dttttTttlmas aod Cloaks and a frwofti Stptftrl\ ),1865. 05 nb.l'l, 1815.Jy ; EGBERT 'BAUBLE.t WILLPnei the Courts Gtt1ie Middle Dis- p 1 "
:; .
:; w. most splauiEd 8Tke.vubovght to thiiF1&ntii market- -____ __L .* i- ,r "_- -r_ .- : Executor.; Jn Thomaa Ooontj, Ga. ; : J 11 ... \'. .
Bacon 1u the
Bagging lotftce Ospitol ,
&c. : .
aie ta,t* .to look at,toy Kenyi4 Blan. Frlo.4: '8epiic291kL.: ,at itory. Immediately ,
t j Oft the room of the Clerk of the a
,tiii fure porehasb v / T. .' JUST received {per latest arrivals from New Or- ', Supreme, Court. I-. 1Ddca1f.1f .. ,
***. : 'AA SACKS SALT 1t a first rale mler by: and New,York he :.1 ,I .jIytIIu5'Y. 1'aUo& featltf
:i : f..tI1 .4$ OVt,5 following articles which MILES JNASI:&r CO.; : : 1. .".
: ftS.KNtt7jfl'. ''_ J r .
offer 1st tU lowwt out 'eIoeIil
her prices:
| 1"
: .awbJjkO.laDd' + -- Btptember 1 18U. .. t, 3Hid i Dealers in" Drags ; e4ici2ic t j 'HENRY! M.CBANIL Ch ...iJe .. '
; .' -. .h aoJ, J ? U ls.Q&skiBaeon. 10 Bale Bagging/- r. -.t' --.lwrtW'--* .(!?: : ,4CI&kM I i ,

. A .nr.p.w; f-iul.A .D l' .," ., .:!0 Bbls Floor, 1>;P.Sea'Wand do.SOjpoDs .: WOULD inform tbfelr friend*,add tW public, thai < 3rel b21 \ .. M L f T 1I... t

2-wbruooo Na "J e', .1 .- **-..'. -' Hope, JOBbla.TThlske; on raW afc&-atJnrtmebt of such ::00U. ;- "-' 2 ,. ;f' .

"1t'1&1. -; "CJr'1JCI prr at ao .WANTQIa--.r.& *. j.Ic'wWcIt.) 290 ..Tw n ,: .. .!t-10,- Bbls.Mess- ork. '. *articles u are generaByltcptio"?fine of bQs'meJtsad :0 ., tjf; TIiGt4 6S E : .? ", .. .. .. .
\; wdwcsth .xeg2a1I*, . : ::: :: will be receiving fresb' .
.'1' 10 ., i.I{ t.' ."I' .e. UIOHt ; { r gineej'i regularly i) >UeaATbefrterms ; ; fN' ",.sf;, t.
: ., RTCAR9 .: "mt. mable. 1'C nt' 1sn. U.t itWcs. nf :
.7c4bveobehDt; '. .4fro ;. .: i,) .. BROOjE. HEIR ..-.; ; shallb> u ; ?. Vrit.If' .. ..
.- 1--:.. ''epteiitber'IUb-' 3'1 ITswpoH(, elob r 27; 1s K U. 3 Tallahassee, April tl,185- U:.. .. : A..r t 'H6''i.m.l'. :' OttelJc6iUJ trr ; : ."'-;'J" ::" ... )I" CIr '"f -. .1. A

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