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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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AN ACT 4 in..g Kirklimd.ft! Duke to ftUbl'ab. &ferry arrow the St.John* )y anj 'person or persons in satdiGomjwnjhaU; <;bed0Vmeft. ((the l leatees''under' tr 'an
"1tT; ,,. V VV Imd eomid red:ag personal propertyand case of\eatirqfjiny: : (fec'eajsed/toyching1 the validity(BfertaTf>derist .mudbequests' ( '""Sscv ..Jlk'it jfert&r 'o oc 'TbJR *l lRrTrlh.Internal Im-

: IVV' i sb rebo1der,.hill or.her interest, therei mayjbe sold by biaorler: personal thereitt Contained;J'' AirortiKUAa; ,.A.-topi .,C.. FCJ mnt t9j1 J i iaidjeiflridrfof! 4MTrt fdwi<;'h* 'lchSI l w ..

SiqTI:, .: R*,i$rwcted! by,the Senate,and.House of Represcntaiitctojlhs representative: 'the'same manner,.as the personal estate,ofdo-. said controversy is dcsirabie id order avoid.the ,expense apdjde- eO"jDCUO'D; ; c ea.the c1jJ1)U_" rnu.rj ..frH ( .

Stale of'Fioridi in General ,Assembly convened. That ceased perrons; nv j be sold by theIawsothistate.V: V .I ly4ttendant up9u.arcort totbe.j judicial i *f )4 .! .e ;_ lhi. t ,.4 ?' hi' '.'."."ma". bAts ,tehpfd ; ( ad,
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Kir & ) ., Dake, of the County Putnam, fceand he.is hereby authorized SEC. 10. Be further enacted :Tbat the owned the etreeted '. Tl 01.
poperty ,by samble obJect cannot be WIth at somfxitial feg1statton, 8 c aHilt' nactolSTty from _illt"tI.Ia[ [ } a
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: to establish a ferry.acrostho .. Johns'Tiv, at 'a.: place sfttthCompany may taxed.by the State onlyin the eame manner' bNiijhr.w.t ( .
inconsequence or the i iritancl of t1 t1ffl gittei t b m ; 11e'@
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known asr Fort Gates j > and to' the came extent as similar property'owned by private citizens, fore, t.. ; V 1-. tfttjhaU expire*the office1 ita!! be W i
SEC. 3. jjt.fiereici4 That said Kirkland..Duke his .
; .and no more. = / 4! s ,
)heirs and assigns shall at,all l times keep,or cause to be,kept, a, good SEC. I 1. Be further enacted fci, -That the. opening and making ofsaidCan tatives SECTiojf'l.' Be1i e ii'd'bj'-1ae8ena'6fatid: House ofJZepr e u.ua' [P '< "'.t ti.r ; tn', .? ly1t1 11 .
Florida
ofthe'Stateof in General* Assembly fbat
onvcse4, ;
and*sut&cient., ferry b.rut'to.crow loaded, and teams and he l shall be ; '
wagons commenced and .undertaken within twentyt'purmonths Josiah B. DuPobt in behaJl.pfhistVochidren.JsaacJA..coweri in r'li". ; ppi f1'd: mt.r.l.lNfJ' V ) ( 'J' ;, :h!! t ', U !t- ,
his|egal l.jrcpreseAtative shall) receive such rates of ferriage as from the ; I _. .- -. .
.or may passage of this bill, and= shall be; completed ,within j .- ,' .'f' .
behalf of bis ttxchildren MariA iribeha1f rfitr'twol ijJ'1 '
aDd .Towers' .
the board Commissioners'of the County .' ; .
of
.be established by County -* the spate of five years, otherwise the pOwersVand. franchises .hereinbefore children, (all l.of whom;bemg desighated in the will of tKe said ChafleiHenry 1 V ;L 1 : :! TsVu-. -' 1j( >esJ 's -l f/ tro'l-t

of Putnam. V VV '. V granted shall be,null and -void. cPassd Longworth legatees t r:minors under theagooftwenty. Alf ACT.* *to iooorporat* .t the.Town* : | of\Seirport, vl, Wakulla*" i I Cocafr rr-* ijUU I ,t ..f
r [Pm d he 8eo tt, Drcen>W 6, 1855. Pwed the Uoule,December 8, 1855. [ the Senate, December'IS,1854.. Pawed the lions*,December 7,. yearsorl) to the event of:th& deathTof either of the said parepts,|i>efi. t Hand- '* J* ov *
;Appro**!, DeenUr H, 655.] 1855. Approved:Dcoctabor.l4 1855,] '.. the : 'S'cn *% Be it MI : ..' M .. IA L.!
regularly appointed,Guardians of the said respectively/i
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shb1lJieand tb j.8u4'acrlt t.tbotB. J T r.n- I II
"V .... V empowered to-compromise the said maUer, iri.controversy with-.the I white male Inhabitants, crrer Ux ,a o. ,f tpQtj .oi}& oaip

CHAPTER 759.-[No. 150.] V' V ClIAPTEK. 760.-rNo. 151..] said heirs at law ,.upo.,such terms as' they/in their i j jndgmenty 'may hended within i 'one half mile in everyj direction from tho. .' rt.LolJS,'[n
Town of of .
the NewportYaktilla'Co ny, an1istrjd{ MtyBeTloridvshafl .
deemtobebest.fot.tho-ioterest children.
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AN ACT incorporate the Lagoon and FcrdiJo Canal Company. AX ACT to authorize the drainage of Lake Orange situated in tbo Couutica of SEC. 2.'; tieit ffirthtr enacted. ,"Thaf, compromise'sp'.einteredinto = : bo and are hereby constituted a body pohtlcand'torpdrttf; .

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative : Marion and Alachua. aforesaid by I the parents orguaro7ans; any ofthe said minor legatees / by the name and.style of the.Town onyStEpoflTaod. fe:their corporate Va

of the Stole of Florida in General Assembly convened, That SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of,Representatives ,'shall be as binding upon, and_as effectual to'pass the*interests of niune',may sue and be sued;Idptesd TndTO preided,.and do

Samuel Z. Gonznlez, George G, Pattison and A. John Lamberton, of the Stale of Florida in GmeraV' Assembly convened, That the )legatees,.whom they may, represent,. as_though the said"i .legateeswere all others acts as natural .persons, and nay, niu has M1jJ.bold'.real;

be and"they are hereby appointed'Commissioners, any two of whomfhall Abner H. McCormick.George Houston James M. Commander, of full,&ge and had acted themselves, in person:.,Provided, p personal 4(mixed 'property,. or dupose.oT: tM'..MOJO,.for,thf? Wcefitof

have authority to open books to receive subscriptions for the John W. Pearson' and T. P. Kelly,.are hereby appointed Commissioners nevertheless; And !itis hereby expressly enacted, that 'an y.compromise ;; ; said Town. .r -4 V > NSEC.

capital stoclt of said Company, at such time and places as they nwy for the purposes and invested with the powers. hereinafter to be entered into'as aforesaid in- order to bind the interests of ;2. BeUfurthcrehacUJtTli&t; Gorernm iot 6To m j
'shall be invested
and
four
in'a CbtinciJnaen bVelevted ia
deem expedient, after giving eight days' notice at each of the places, mentioned.SEC. the'aid minor legatees/: shall first receive the sanction and :approbation Mayor ,

Pensicola} and Warriugton, when and where they, or any two of 2. Beit further enacted, That the'said Commissioners or of tho Court of Chancery for the.Middle .Circuit(of Florida/up, the mAnner'hereinafteraeanated&ch of,whooi challhare. the qnzl.
such of them as shall act, shall, before their duties be that V tfieation of being thenf shall attend and receive subscriptions for said stock, in sums of entering upon as on: proceedings to regularly instituted for purpose
months Vithio-the limits aforesaid in rd .tUt fill either of sald.offioea.Sc .
onVhundred dollars for each share. such Commissioners, take an oath or affirmation.well and faithfullyto [Passed the House, December 13. 1855. Passed'the Senate, Dectmber 14, ; .
the several duties entrusted 'to' them virtue of this 1855. December 3. Be'it further enacted, That b'lf yor shall 1i to :
SEC. 2. Be it further eiacled, That whenever two thousand discharge by Approved, 1855.] ail
power, exercise the duties, and may receive the fee of JaJtice.
a
V dollars shall have: been subscribed, the said Commissioners or any act,and.that they will jointly and 1severally account, truly to theComptroller V V .
within said V
limits
the of
two of them, shall give notice, as in the first section, of a meeting ef of this State, when thereunto required by him, for the ofthe Peace corporation. _
V SEC. 4. Be further enacted.That the Town Coan U..LaJ1
the stockholders in the village Warrington, when and where they expenditure of all monies which may, and by virtue of this act do CHAPTER 765.-[No. 156.] V
and ,
have full power authority ,to. prevent and nuiuncev
come into their hands as such Commissioners.SEC. reraoye :
and establish for said
shall to elect a Directory Company
proceed .
on the election and establishment of which directory the subscribersfor 3. Be further enacted, That the Commissioners aforesaid AN"ACT for the relief of Dr. R. H. Shaffer. pass all by-laws and and ordinances,.to regulate i and establish! markets* ,

said stock shall be, and are hereby declared to be a body politic may as far as practicable cause to be drained Lake Orange, situatedin SECTION 1. Be'it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen'tatives to license and regulate retaileotliquorabiliardtaU.keepeh erect theatrical .. ,
other-public amaRm taverh-keeper to and
and corporate, iti deed and in law, by the name and style of the Laipoa the Counti of Marion'and Alachua in this State, by turning the of the State of'Florida in General Assembly convened That and wharves Provided wijarf repair
bridges : That' bridge or thall
and Per dido Can.il Company, and by that name they, their successors waters thereof into the Ocklawaha River by ditching or making. the Comptroller Public Accounts be, and he is hereby authorized be erected the St Mark's River nq
'and assigns, shall have nil the powers, privileges and franchises cut into thB said river, or by such other means as by said Commis- to audit and allow'to Dr. R. H. Shaffer, t\Ve ty-five dollars, for ,his of boats across other so as,to prevent,the free pas
or ascending aaia
eruCt. descending. to
and shall be the sioners may be deemed entirely practicable. attendance the Corofter's at examination held thebody sage or fiver:
incident to a corporation, capable holding orr inquest an on the and .
regulate stationing, anchorage moorings of vess/.fs to
,.
capit
new subscription to an amount exceeding fifty thousand dollars, shall have full power to.assess and collect from time to time such [Passed tbe Senate, December 10. 1856. Passed the House, December 11 of the.Town, likewise to'appoint'a.health'officer,to prorkfe'arid ''reg
and of purchasing, taking and holding to them, their successors and sum or sums of money on the lands embraced within or bordering on 1855. Approved, December 14, 1865.]
f ulate burial-grounds, out of the said limits,:for the use"of said'Town,
and of and all lands tene- said Lake, and all arms of the same, or on such low lands adjoiningsuch -
assigns, selling, leas'ng conveying any or to ,establish and regulate patrols to. tax,''and .license, hawkeraiind;
ni&its and hereditaments and estate and interest in drains emptying into said Lake, as they may deem necessary to
V any any property to restrain and
pedlars prohibit.alllort&
'and perfect the work hereinbefore mentioned and intended CHAPTER 766. No. 157. ; gambling,tippling houe
carryon -[ ]
whether real personal. The said corporation may sue and be and l lotteries, to provide for the establiahthentf: Public Hchools arid
sued, contract and be contracted with, and do all other acts which a not exceeding 411 the aggregate, the sum of forty thousand dollars. AN ACT to repeal an' act entitled an act to establish the rates of \Vhaiitge superintendence of the same, to;restrain and panlaa iaib6ddsVid
and do. At all such elections such shareholders SEC. 5. Be further enacted, That the Commissioners aforesaid and the of of Mooroe.
body politic corporate may Storage Dockage City Key West Couaty disorderly persons, to regulate and license'ferries,id kettlJatid repair
shall assess said lands in proportion to the and of
quality
quantity
shall be entitled to vote for each share owned him
one by ,
r all necessary&treets restrain and niL the
SBCTIOJT 1. Be.it enacted the Senate and-ffous p disorderly conduct and
by of Representatives
owned such be bencfitted such improvement
acres by or to by -
has all that has been person persons
! her theai bat shall vote who not paid .
or no one offences committed by and
; and they shall leave a of their assessment with the of tM,Slate of Florida in.General.::Assembly convened, That negroes' persons of eplor,to Jay,and'ifji-
copy
his her tht'ir Stock. -
required on or Clerks of the Circuit Courts of Marion and Alachua counties, for six the act entitled an act to establish the rates of Wharfage, Dockageand pose taxes and provide'or 4ho collection of,the same, to,impose and
.
That the said shill have
:EC. 3.. Be fur-liter enadttiJ, company : in the of West of MonroeJ appropriate fines and penalties and forfeitures for breach of their ordinances -
city
Key County approved
days before the day when such assessment is made and storage .
ty payable,
the construct a Canal from the Waters of tho Grand
right to Lagoon. Provided No ordinance shall take until
28th December, 1850, be, and the same1 hereby repealed. : i ; Affect ten djs
tile {iJ rsoniowning the lands so assessed, shall have the same -
on die Perdido River opportunity '
to any point or Bay. after romnlgation, and generally provideCor thf interior
SEC. 4. Be il'furlhrr enacted, That the said Company shall be, and means of correcting such assessment made by ..virtae et [Passed tbe Senate, December 4, 1855. Passed the House, December K O, and of said Town. '. V poCde-
this :acf, as are provided in the assessment of Stato and Comitytaxe 1855. Approted December 14, 1855.] government ,
and inYesti with all the and '
they are hereby rights powers necessa- Szc. 5. Be further enacted, That ]iioujd.TownCunej1shafl| I
.
rv' for the proper construction-and keeping up of said CanaL *When V ? have power to compel tbo :.attendance)]of)jtsjown njember* and to
the Canal is to be the land of contrqiling SEC Cl: 'Be further enacted, That the sam or sums of money sO :
run through any one owning or judge of the.election and qualification i ;oft ojrn inembert, and the
assessed on said lands, shall be to said Commissioners the CHAPTER 767. N'o., 158. -
: the sme-nr it is'desiredtorise tRemateriaatherefromsuch| owneror paid by -[ ] : yu.and.nayson3ny ipieitioasHa3l' .theVznqtwd.cf5an7tw m eth.'
controller of such land material whether( executor administrator owners thereof within three months after said assessments are filed .
or as recor-d.
establish hers be plared on
AN ACT amendatory trf'anTict to Eleetion Precincts In the County of
with"the aforesaid Clerks of the Circuit Courts of the Counties aforesaid
guardian, trustee, or in any other fiduciary capacity, may contract -, Putnam, approved December 14th, 1852.S SEC 6., Be further enacted That the whole,number,of Town
for the safe of said hind material of of which said filing notice shall be given "publication or posting V
or or right way throughth Councilmen elected shall be five, and that tie said election shall be
linl for th with the of said in three public places, and also by publication in ome newspaper ECTIOX J. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of.Represen
? purposea.rnresaU, directory company made by ballot, and shall.be held'at such. place.within the Town
,"
: who are hereby authorized to take a conveyance for. the same in an adjoining county, and in case the said sum or sums remain tatives of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Inspectors ahall'appoint.i ', V iSgc. .
ia the of the unpaid, theirthe said Commissioners shall return said assessed lands, thc eleetioii precinct in Putnam County, now knownas, Bro k's'be Be "
name corpratiun.SEC. 7. further enacted.. That""the Mayor and Cooncfl shall
on which said sum or sums remain unpaid, to the Sheriffs of the hereafter established at Gideon Yelvenston's, and that'all elections.
That if the said cannot .
5.' Be further enacted directory have powet to-fill vacancies in their'own body, by causing election
with the said land material Counties of Alachua and Marion, who shall proceed to publish and for that precinct, shall hereafter be held at or near his residence.SEC. .
made in the
agree owner or person controlling or to be manner herein directed out of.the citizen qujJified
through which it is desired to run said Canal, it is hereby made the : collect the same in ,the same manner-as of lands for the nonpayment 2. Be further enacted, That a sixth election precinct ,1c' to fill the'said oBi es. .

duty of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the County in which such .: of County and State taxes in all respects, and any purchase of established at Pearson's Mill in said County of Putnam. S:c. S.Jie ,itJurthnenacttiJ: That'r the'M y rand'Coanci1mfRshall : V

laud or material is situated, upon application being made to him by said lands under and by virtue of the provisions of this act for the [Pnsied the Senate, December 5, 1855. Passed the,House,December 8. 185. i in all V cases continue to exercise .ibii respective runttioni until

aid directory, to issue a writ of ad quod damnum, directed to the non-payment of any assessment, shall stand in the same positionwith Approved, December 14, 1855.JCHAPTER their successors shall be elected and qualified to serve.

Sheriff; commanding him forthwith to summon a jury of five resident respect to future assessment which may be made thereon, as N ,SBC. 0. .Be it further enacted, That the Board of Cooixflmen'

freeholders of the County to assess tho damage to ensue from the establishment -' the original possessor thereof, and be liable to pay tho same in the 768.-No. 159] shall, within five 4sys after their.elecrion, convene.at such pfiieeaai

of said Canal or usa of material, and such jury, before same manner. the Mayor may appoint within.die)limits of said town, and proceedto -
examining the premises, shall take an oath to be administered by the SEC. 7. Be further enacted, That the Commissioners be, and AN ACT to authorize William A. Moseley to establish' a Furl on V the Suwao- the election by,.ballot of the Mayor of said Town who shall be

officer authorized toladminister oaths, that they will inquire intu and. they are hereby required to complete the said work within five years : nee River. V elected from among the-,Councilmen 'elected a aforesaid, r and" the

assess the damage to ,the best of their judgments, accruing to the from the passage of this act SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representative person'having the'greatest'number'votes'shall be.elected and ex.

owner fBueior; material, in the same manner that ,damages SEC. 8. Be further enacted, That said Commissioners, or such of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, 'That .ercise the powers and functions Mayor for the enll .year.', -
assessed for roads and award" the of them as shall act, shall be entitled to receive from the funds collected V ,Sic. 10 Be it ,
are f damages accordingly ; WillianrA. Moseley be and he is hereby authorized establish a : : further enacted. That the ,said.Maypr-, phalt be ,
anJ said jury shall to the be of their ability, describe. the estate by them, the sum of two dollars per day for the time actually ferry across the-Suwannee'river, at a place known as'Moseley's ferry President the..Board of Town.Conncilmen, and ia easer/olbis

80 assessed, all of which the Sheriff shall return to sal Clerk, and necessarily employed in the discharge of their duties as said" ,V '", death, resignation:or removal from office, the Board of Coutic&nen

with his proper endorsement thereon. The same costs shall Commissioners. SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That said William A. Moseley, shall cause an election to be held and the vacancy filled'from their .

be allowed the jury, Sheriff and Julerk, as are usual in ad quod darn [Passed the Senate, December TO, 1855. Passed the House, December 12 his heirs and assigns, shall at all times keep a good and sufficientflat own body.A* heretofore enacted. V .

nwa cases, provided by law, and'when payment for an equivalentfor 1655. Approved, December 14, 1855.] at said ferry to crossloadedwagons and teams, arid shall receive ,SKC. 11. JBelit farther, enacted That the appointment ,of all

damage has bwn previously tendered by said directory, to the such compensation or rate ferriage as may be, from time to time,. -Town officers shall,be made by Jthe Mayor; and Coouqilmeu Jointly, '

owner or person controlling said lands or materials, if the damage established by tho County Commissioners of Madison County; and two-tldrdsof.theirwhoIennrnberahalJbezecesMry! to a choice. V
assessed the aforesaid does not exceed the amount so .SBC 12 .Be itfurther enacted?That 'two-thirds dfthe
by jury as roembferi"
CHAPTER 761No. 152.] [Passed the Senate December 6, 1865. Passed the House) December 7,
tendered, said owner or person controlling said lands or materials 1855. Approved, December l4, 18155.) of the Board of Councflmen'.'"iihall be a'qttonun do'basuiei, but a

tIt aU pay the costs of said suit, and proceedings thereon, and tho jury AN ACT for the relief of George Combe, a citiren'of Columbia, in this StaU. mailer number. may adjourn-from day 19 day ; t&eyttar ooopd the
.
hall and return their verdict and award. Upon the return I attendance of absent members in'such/a/
so ilquire! : manner and underuth.
WHEREAS, George Combs, a citizen of Columbia County in this CHAPTEII 76D.-[[ 160.] pen-
of said award and verdict, i it shall be the duty of the Judge of known it altiea as theymay byprdiaance: provide; thej,shal settld,their rules
State, has, for a long time past, been and designated by *
the Circuit Court of-aaid County, at the next term after said return, the of Combs AND WJIEREAI Doubts arisen AN ACT to change the name of France Amanda Vienna Oglesby, sad for ether of proceedingsv appoinit,their own officers, regulate thiir rApeetive
name George have
to enter judgment upon the minutes of said Court, corresponding to and do exist as to the correctness; of this name and.that such may V purpose: .- fees, and-m ove: them: at,pleasure' ; and'may, with the'cOncnrrence _
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each verdict and award- which judgment shall have the same lien, and not be his'real name, and that by the said name of George Combshe SECTION 1.. Be' it enacted.by,theSenaU and lotU" oj Repi i of two-thirds of the whole! .expel any'member' for'disorderly behavior
executions issue thereon in the manner as other judgments and md.o nduct in office. They< and their''deliberations ,Abo\\
same
General ,
may the Stdte Florida in
has transacted all business to which he has been a party ; AM tatives of of Assembly convened, That '
legally rendered in saW Courts, which judgment and verdict shall WHEREAS, The said George Combs is desirou "that ,all such the name of Frances Amanda Vienna Oglesby be and the same- is: public. V '_ ,'* ,

vest in said corporation all the rights and pri'ileges.which may be doubts aforesaid shall be settled definitely by legislation : There hereby changed to Frances Amanda Vienna ..Wheeler; and she is SEC..la, Be it further eaacted .That..h shaH be.the do, of said

necessary for the construction and maintaining of said Canal, without fore, hereby made an adopted daughter and.heir at law of William Wheeler Mayor to'see that ordinances' of,the said' ,Council are'duly exeen.tedji .
let or hindrance: Provided, No part of this act shall authorizethe of Hamilton County cf this,State. V V and to call meeting of Couhcilm'en ,whenever In 1iIoj nf 1 n
taking or using of any property by said Corporation unless, the V >SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives the public'[interest] may require it;--th.f. ?the 'said:' Mayor shaH/wiflrin'

same be previously paid for. of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That, [Pawed the Senate, December II,. IMS. Paued the HOUM,, December 11 V, five days after.his;election, take an' oath or solemn'-. dirt t6..be. .

V SEC. 6. Be 'it fUrl enacted, That the Stockholders may regulate from and after the passage of this act, said George Combs shall be. 1855. Approved December 15, 1865.] fore any.Judge Justice ofthePeaa: of js Stat.ti'! he..nI'tQ

the time, ptaee.SlId mode of electing and establishing a directory, known by the name of George Combs, and shall be held responsible the 1 f hts poWer.-suppt, &'and.d d.in tt

V creating officersandpres flbing.their duties! and compensation, and (or all his acts, civil or criminal, aud by the name aforesaid Pea 'a d"o e ofthoTown of Newport au4 (thtuDJ' xrf

for fully orgal zipgI le., ctq .r." The directory may prescribe:the shall hold all persons responsible to him. CIIAPTEX 770.-No. 101.] V dilJgent1'y clwge the ditties or Mal r or IA1dTOWDijQ J Con.

amoW1. .of eac| i instalment, .q\be paid on the ,stock subscribed, and [Pasted tbe Senate December 6, 1855. Passed (be House, December 8, 1855. AN ACT for 'the rUefof ctrt&ia persoci therein name A :'ti nnee- in omc ,::add'at hey1l1 latJpPOrt'tb .C iiaItntioiiof the

may direct the.time and place of payment; if any stockholders shall Approved, December, 1855.] .' V I United States; .and .b shall,'within the :'aforesaid time;of fire days

fail t> pay the installment as required on his, or her, or. their stock, SECTION 1. Be it enacted by:the Senate and House of Reprum. after the election, convene the,Codntilmeo elect andadminiattt to

the dretory: may, upon giving ten day's (notice,) declare the stock tatives of the Slate'.of Florida General Assembly convened, That! each'of thett'an oath or affirmadQq.similaj; to that taken by himself. .

held by such defaulting Stockholders forfeited to said corporation, No. 153. from and after thepassAgeorthfaaot t the name Olivia Sprawls be ,SEC.. ,14., JBc. 5 further enatirA "f f ltbft,fifit.election for Coun
702. i
and upon such declaratio being entered upon the record of the corpontion CIIAPTKB' -.[ ]. and.the jAme.is i is !hereby; ;changediforOlivia; M.pseI.eJTi andjthat j she ede.cl clime' uteP r..*CtbIII: tk pUte on tbACmMqnday in March.
of legitimate and as the heir olT( Robert M.]'Moeley, Columbia 1858, and every=sneceeding 1J lectfon shslfbe hejd Qotherst .
the said tock shall'enure to and become the property x AN ACT in relation to Cooit&blei in the Covnty of Hamilton. MonAiyinMarth
said rntion. : \ ."" ,County,'entitled to all) thi same rights and privileges,. as though' sEe ja'f'ver year; .and Ae :ard'alCetiiialhi held zn. .

!I 'SE corp. 7./, Be it further V enacted, That after said Canal shall hare SECTION 1. Be it'enacted' by t7 n.ate.tl-4..H (of Represen-t r had been born.-4anfot wedlock. t1". ; r der the inspection and soperihrentfence cit fthT. fm WC1U

been completed for the navigation of vessel or materials, it mif be' 'latives of the State of Florida in General Assembly contened, That SE.\:, eJwcredTht from and after the passage ,shall bo-IG receive'the,votei andeaa* iaAMmAf i >- t to

1 I lawful for said Directory to fix the rate of toll! to be collected I and fronrand after the passage of this act, all Constables inithe: County' V of this act*"the name pfT mple.Beasley' be and the same is hereby. be taken down.and iaa zibed t&a bookL..o.t 1 k8ptt_ pgrp
each Justice's hangedTemplP9we1land: 't1 l the said"Tempfe Powell b deislared aiidto'ea11I& poll to I.a ,aod .
received from who may :rh vigaW'or use'the of Hamilton shall be elected by the'1joalified.voterajof; } .o i,o.tiDi:04 un.oc1ockjA.M,1uqu1fou .
tame: Provided'any''person however or, that persons the amount.reoelvedoi'; 'charged for :District tthe.same! tlme,. manner and.place as ianov, provided i :by, l legitimatt arid'erititled fb'the "sanie rights and pririlege jaa'thoD :! 1 -- OCEOCM, *"n't1e'bal 0 RGl n. be
of Justices of the feace. I h'be'tiad'b Vbo1tJlnf'Iawfol wedlock., 'j; ,, t9Jd4ADd the.jiamea o ttt e Bre Arsons 'itatf1
loll exceednedollar tntnrtom law for the election ", r" { 1 or'v
vestels and ; shall not per ,
on house lher.neritfor'argoe; oicb/ind ton's, ; burthenthey l SEC; & Be it'further enacted,. TliatJ; JAws rjwts"o''J laws, SFC. 3. Be itfurtheritMfted>:tTbat1.u1darrevatt, (wifeo'f; ..V.R. .. L.f 'r.re; and botice oftheln e1e to '

. *wy be capable. of&containingorcarrjing.' ; : .every sidaI'torfthay alSo conflicting with the preceding i section! c4JTe< me/re hereby.' Prevatt,)) formerly RnId'Rapd1 tlf'J and" Elizabeth' .,Randal, i timate ea h.otthem', "', ':1 A .t "-- '1 t1.! 'Ltia ,fl.'i' .
Mdren 9fWilIiau IL boand they Me'thad&JegitimM- J iit..JunMraa ;.That J it
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detention repealed. V ahaUdat1..th.
fofthe J.
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cause to be icl'Caoalsuitable'gates -
placed across V v V da1le n1J)ait i hcr1's! tiigVh !lior. eaorIbaiz1dftherWiIihm MorofaFowuaJesjsten., "
I of vessels or materials'passing i 'or navigating therein until the toll renSu.j PaNed tb. Henite, peceqnber 11, I8., Passed:the House, December 12,- 'H. Warti V i 1011- p prewoof' / .
V 4 1 rQr_Uo .
C.A mVtiriitTrrm DecemWr'14,1858. ." c.: V .appoit1tl }.9 P.f rspf Action qu4iflzsaet
: 'and -'been'paidand(n nsy'cause"to b A. 'teqjire4 cted : 'Pt .,. 185S.V. ,i/ .Approved.! -,. JV y. eJl .J. ,, ;...: V V -.: : 'fra:4ii ,-s.,'December r' f''4. 'f8 l.'p r\ Fused .JU.Senste.v' :DbcmEer Sis 9c: ., tleip .ofsuch.. lb leu' iid pfd Iz4tors ihaU,
establishmentj ( r't gahthirsasrn'ay .
; .. V .,. V give MbW'notiwat\ I Feasttfirri
: 'r. io"'S : 1Al'Pro..dJDteIlb1U, 1S55.] \ ai therzefterofthb.td
the ; ( V I : f. 1. r Hac.
frotn 'comptetiOD' .
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Ao'fE'n.'ilf"'jn.t,Uie ci i 9n..or.fiye yeArI V .. of such election -;$. wart fa' "V, V I .
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or i 1 r1' ; that 8tA or"FJonaa nhi cftLrE7oa.-4No.[ .J54.] ; ." : '1 V 1. ? w V *W tii fr"j8zc..J&.Be j
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(P9' w er .to df tze'zit! ,1'tot. f fJ'Je3ot[ id'. Canal,, .l,. .} )). :'C l Frri m9N ; : ; 1 iJ.'JurlMr enaaed That every white32s m,.bi. .
;
. ., ah otad Ih'e! iD arowjtist'tldms.btiablp': nnderroLAea tll'Cami. j '"AIT 'ACT to siitbrizethe sale oSxte.tecJnEecambis Corotj; S ... .0" >1' (;..'"J'nl .dw".<. ,,.1. (!w }o 1 and UP "M 'Dave reaideI ti)

m g"'3PrK T1A ho5't6H WpJ> >4f4 &5jS kl **T SECTION'ttnB.5 f1; "i1/ .e Jt 1jt 'ifeMe ZbfI'i lne-endt ,'and Haunts of Represent Atf jiu ACT.- "to(. additionto I a'.j- it "sa ts'I1 act emtiojrJ**.*!. ,1 Il of. 'S. foM ia&. 1 laija. &dtlJ; Iid him ahaJl.4 VQ.dtlOnhed.tMdAbll: eatt'ad ,b._'*11 tax.rl.t .

.,excee MFp !enE d salffcapltaTftoclc i rand* 'sHbda'sald foil ex- ttitfocti ofiha Ustetf oft Florida in General rA&esibiy 'conwwct 'vThat SECTION 1.Be it enacted by th"* Senate antL'Ho&k'of enc i" Li.1..l.'ij'J. ''''.. ,, "h. I19... l r O.. ftdlmM r fbrauc

, V e BU &U16nXt'th tTtb sun3pfee1g: ,hnll.be i'i! '.3 applied. aCAiiaI .to4he .{wan
! $ rn d b ll 6r'Bejt IbWC\ ttutit I f. lkHlst.l1J &ha Cc of EscambtavVisthjs. -: StateIwown.as.- ; .CommonS ut lIr''Y moneys ; not _Q t WJ88.fPPW. .- ., p d"J iBCiiiial 'bel wl .If 1 V 1' 1ladd. "
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. 'V: S t.Ls. ; Bi.it AU TFi tt(anT. e l iJrJllJi.u1Uri } .'Mble. have heretofore*- l'-ft.-luNJ..and, ot.8"er l.,at/ J anau''b anQ &; aWl In IUwcle'Jt' 1 t paj ear"h'l ,' t. .t.ci V V

- MIdMl r ad '.or a'n-thinth r fi0 I t' r.l tli: -F : .n 1.JbptR J to 8li nftta; rateof 4t lerf thin oji l' ge.'o ,.' .the State Jjj14.bvvn rOG.itia- --ai'-\i 'd J.m .'T r rr* ; MiniiMTTgl Itt Oc a&l
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," :"_ ... ....'t..a'., ., ..l. ". _. H. J8t.'. Important subject which i is distracting former the son of CoL Butler: wh
the of the"H base' of Gen.Jackson at the b4 ofew- ciutoiWpHj. .nedto!EOR nisi ..
harmony of Hepre. j
.,' ".f.. .. ". .. let .:. :}enIative. '_ Orleans arid'now'resides ia the P ri the'qij&D"c sifQrd bachelors i.o. bone*of hi J AmerIcan RorsI steam ,

.' : :; clu : : vile In this Sfi& Mitf Ell ('qid' :,. 111.Arrot, fGtttfj"rtb. to ever.Jpre".r: jaily. & ? .. i1i.11 1
: Thi above named gentleman, promptly! meet and Uesslng-twtenfor the fa.vcntioa !. .u _
: young 'man: but qualified byedaeaorind/ girl they : jDt.I ; ..: .__ '
tini..Om' ybo '1r 1'aboArd"ttd..J..M.ni. '. ". f t_ replied t to." series of written queitien propounded address for the position'to. 'wfiich tie .k'p.ld ,. .. of hoops which pre!Jota. the faiifcreaforfcifo'2ti r the. 1.LfwonJ- l) -
:
&' 'trip'lrnK: ; .st (:i : f. .* > / '*: 't t ni -iIf.n: .' express IK .
J' by.Mr. Zollipeffer of.TennesseeV: p .041 ; i r ,*/ i* ; .... .' .r l"r'f' 1II1rtj11ttle hour_ .in (
w.Qit .WlW fteI1h:: Jl .1&Jae..f COY vK J lv .i-
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tf41fif"W' g allddingtton&ymann.et.lniwhich g ( r fnfrr.yrxmrJJfytT '' ayeH "=
: courteoiVand I I ***. !***- P1"rago, eport Ot t" Z
her thI.Ias :
*wrrdlyc6rrqJ5inentary: :tO- II : it was done, states that Mr.RlcliarcfEonrwas Ddetns Delta: pf ;receat date, and beg leAve fe<* gentle i 'brats,' .wluIehr! ho I km.er,uabldyliie ..U. < ., ". tt I 'd '

J i xj'eeairig* r tJerfr.CarrtanCotsetts? ; ,) which I[ IhV,_only/candidate who an- to-correct,itJn one.interesting! particular.The. .-- bring.the,modest:youthsto he ,points ,, T B '- i wls qtote Jict:;r t.

t lienjcrowded ort e1Jf.a" jpress I awored air the questions propounded him statement.that Col Butler of Louisiana Manoxivrfng mamrnas, !tnattklng' tbeiestars ; Qrq.| .,
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of.other matter. but S1&1I appear in the .next That It easrL Banks and..Fuller failed! entire'i w sthe.Xld;; de-pamp'of Gen..JacksoVat.the.battie ,that l leap'year eomes:one*. "em"' fdnrrfyears,' .. ; .il &Ja Tb ald a.

w MMI. B MB lBljB BVSMvfeM. MM* hot,secretly:Vishin! i 'alw tbittt ; am.ryyuiiookrni'i .
ly to answer of the' of of S ()rfeans is.J rreChwa; jf .
: any questions )Mr. Bing wr : 'fifte harvest! out: orshul maw; a : ; -
Atttntino ia din eW to a notice,in our ad% ; : uv.orureadstufra M ,,
.. was .,,.
arf
ham (abolitionist,) "''ma' i. Richardsonmet Gen.Ro ert'But1er,pf this.County ana State. awl if daagbte..ioto..ocicty > :
'.Trtl' rngjrolamris,addressed to the Phykician; *I lovers orrl.tb .,a woman J ; .; Canal, Fo' was,qaol 41*. and
them promptly and, lul y. The questions whose'gallantry, that 'capacity, oil that that they may take advantage of the blessed whb/iprW; f 'at' 43L 'Mrna Richardonr,

:ctJtfenCoDntY. The profession general l" propounded bjr his own friend from the South memorable occasion, reflected no little'lustre I time. Even. papas, fobbing their bands in uyi Floor bad a
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ly thrpnghSot[the State' it is; expected, will!.I received a similar, prompt .respon. .After on tbe"I1e' and fame'of the .Butler / mily: glee,-rejoice over the privileges' of''leap'year, novel per fp; bb and qt tat.pLo" from dt a
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of their ; '
coat 4
follow indicated in this notice. calculate "he'"anntla
the.example: as they bbt
this'candid his that the l b'little of New Orleaiisthere .1
believe
exposition of views the We at could oflO.Jb
upon Hyde ;
and .
Th daughters the.cent pefeenL.thej : pr Ljv
TBIC ScntxxB COUKT.Tlu! tribunal i i.I .subject of slavery. and the organization of ; were six Butlers, and all related. It is make out of that money if. saved. Lucky orations; ; (was,lowerbut' t IPlmlo.M. -was"'t.

'not, a* transacting any business, owing Territories,.which we subjoin, l South Carolina 1\ fact presenting a coincidenceworthy of note, leap year! Propitious leap//year 1 I''The f inventor l ming; a d ; : ; w. quoted at ietI.6 Pot: L
who had that have of Gen.;Jackson's aids re. of the hnppy custom ought to have a statue 'pr a"
abandoned two
to the detention at home by illness of the representative Mr. we 1 love I for. : ; LIVERPOOL' I Ad.
ladies.- Or if the l Inventor
raised hint b.ftbe : '
to
lion: B. M. Pearson, the newly elected AMO- R. returned to his support fully persuaded of aiding in tHe vicinity of Tallahasseewho are 'was a woman-for we doubt our sex having i an opened waa,unchanged. S/Wta Tnrpen.

: date Justice. It is expected that he will be his. soundness as a National politician. ripe in y'irs, and whose patriotic hearts. \.throb. sagacity enough for such a* plendid'coup ; \a quiet *

.Uw tu- r..*k tl J. *Uy on or before Tuesday Remark of Itr..111 'daon. aa warmly and impulsively for the.weal. l and de nurinethlsbould honor .her by a leap M :; John .Consols. LONDON closed!lou:1 at: from Mazrrwu 87 f tij&t

next, when the Court- will to ompUt, for In reply to the first question of the gentleman honor of the nation, as in dnys'of od| '.me, year festival, as. the, ancients. honored 'Ce1 1 yilleTJmes, in. the Dank England.81.n

-Jhe_discharge of ita important dotie Several from Tennessee, [Mr. Zollicoffer,] Mr. lljcy are Geii. R. K. Call and Ge.Robert res. .., I 000 that he .
are Rrchatdson said-I have to say I voted for Butler. We have always thought it cruel to our Rex, I further on a sterling. '
very interesting cases awaiting it*adjudication. :. the bills organizing the Territories; of Ne- that they had to take the initiative in that terrible i tacky; 1yraLuaxccx.-The' Peace

._ braska and Kansas, because I thought them Feroandlna & Cedar process, popping the question." It.is a are"not impte The Curan"
_ Keys Railroad.' ; 1 United ; to Esterbazy nfl the 18th
just to all, and I defended that vote before said that Henry the Fourth, when he carried wa fxpct. '
The Kext Presidency.We my constituent upon that ground. I intended The Thomas G. Haight, hence for Southern Cahors by assult, was in such tremor of af. i in' the world ; u ry.. N lerro; circa

received a few days since a communication then and I intend now, that the people Ports yesterday, took out a large numberof fright, it being hi* first conflict, that he fairly upon the puts an interpretation in tbe. third! jwint
Allies
from a prominent and talented Whiff who" ,go,.there, or. who-have. gone- there. shall. negroes for this road, which,_ we are grati. dropped-n. .,'his.ba'ttle, I axe. .at t the.. _gate_ LL.JI-of the town._. feet: high satisfactory and TntltfV. to finnlrl;. miifnifftr., namely.. .. '_:_that
decide the question ot slavery for themselves; tied learn i h -forward with lint, Wlin all naB pnysicai tear, aenaua urave -" --J ------ -! -
: of East Florida that to being pushed to the the', Black
gentleman, informing us strength G(
and, so far as I could, admit .them as Stales soul ; so, picking the weapon,up, be tumedi :e
.in future be should with the Dem energy and rapidity. Four hundred. handsare /
co-operate with without slavery! as.the people should to his troops. and crying Cahors, struck
oeratio party, provided Ge Pearee .should dicide.In common with Northern and Southern now at work and two hundred .-more on manfully at the solid door. At every stroke ern ez indicate that Aaattiaiwul D

net.be the nominee! of the approaching Cincinnati gentleman have said that, in.my opine the way thither. Seven miles .are already his knees trembled, but still Cahor/ stimulate We have the field nnleaa..she b assured ,tt i
of the .
Our ion slavery gould never go there ; but I have graded twenty miles cleared. The, whole his men, and still rained his blows on a list of support; in Bond. Russia i
Convention. correspondent'statestb here elsewhere that the. iron ribbed oak. Many A fellow in da reefs, ( disoleased at the .Baron Leebach'i t-
or ,
never urged poor
as a reason distance from Fernandina CeJiKerS is
be is entirely sathfied'itb'the principles I voted to the has had hard rived in to St. Petersburg and bad sent the Ba :
why for that bi'I, I voted for the popping question, as a Struggle
and sentiments contained in the P sident'6 130 miles. The cost of construction. is estimated his What for Manteufle to Dresden to inquire to what
bill because it was just, right, and proper, to keep up courage. shaking
recent message, yet he regards.him in the'JIgitt and wanted nothing more to defend myself.I I at three millions of dollar The i knees, what chattering teeth, what fluttering 26,76T tons; with Bavaria the.Allies.and Saxony d engaged. t&crn-

of n demagogue', who, was prompted to the repeat here argument I made over and State "gives the right of way. The whole hearts what choking in the throat, a peculiarand i go to the : advices from Sweden

'. '*. u&ttr'ane, of such patriotic sentiments, not by over again before my constituents, and it is work is under the management off .idol. Me- indescribable all overuhness" seizes on expenses The are .very war. 1
; this the when be in blood ted military commanders have ncejy. !
if bravest
: A majority of the people in Kansas or attempt, cold' ,
:4. :.motives of patriotism but, of ambition. Rea, contractor for the WilmingtonManchester and 889,415 to have their respective in the
,
Nebraska are in favor of slavery they will to pop the question to some angelic miss, who ; ; corps I
We join issue emphatically with our correspondent have it-if majority, are opposed to it, then Road.-Savannah Georgian. ,. I is; perhaps, secretly as frightened as himself.It loss, $ $ state efljcieney before spring, when

and deny that such unworthy they will not have i iJ. This is the practical ;r; is.only crying to one's self. Now or never -I ters i i. eatim. probable:th Sweden will take the field. 1

motives have ever influenced and shaped the result of every theory advocated by the friendsof fJr: An exchange in describing j the per jo- go it, old boy, just as the great hero cried, baa'consented. to the establishment i

'ofGen. Pearce's the Kansas and Nebraska bill. I gave nelle of the U. S. Senate, says that Senator Cnhors, Cahors,' that one can muster pluckto LONG PR poti lor the English fleet at Kiel l, ash I :
eharaqter political
course.
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my sanction to this principle in supportingthe Butler, of S. C., is the thickcst-nt, the waist- make the assaultjat all blessed, therefore be. prayers. rendezvous there in ApriL :
He was nominated for the high office whichhe Territorial bills of 1850 and have uni. yond all other mundane latest advices from the Crimea state
hand, though not uncomfortably heavy. His blessings,are picnics, was
now holds without his seeking ; was elected the I the Russians had been reinforced to some
rambles and
formly supported same principles since, moon light especially I
face cozy
is bright, and his hair, which he-"wears meet his
eled the whenever for action and rides for somehow such ,and that large parties of Russian troops
triumphaatly ( ---by spontaneous presented my shall slrigh pn occasions
I I long, and in singular confusion, is white ns a this marching frcm tho Crimea into Bess
support of the American people Against continue to do so in all future cases that may the question often pops itself. Yes, out it A*
arise. It is a principle lying at the foundation newly washed lamb's wool. Hale's appearnnce comes, like a champagne cork, that cannot tion to some There was no intention, bowever/to
the most renowned General of the He
age. of'a'i popular governments, that the people indicates that he has been fed liberallyon stand in any longer. He i is a lucky dog who got through their position as t10e places of the

has thus been cmwnod by the'highest civil of each separate or distinct community fat pork and butter milk. Pugh looks gets into his higb.pressure condition. Ham, der water." that bal marched were 'supplied by

I honor of the Republic. He has.thus far manfully shall decide for themselves the nature and when the bald. whiteheadedand or beef or even pudding, may be taken cold .".. .. Prince.' -,Gortschadoff-,. has- an--
berne the burdens, (and heavy ones they character of the institutions under which they vouncr- amont or but popping the question never. We wouldas mat on 100,1 tun.oit. a dctacament

are) which these houors imposed, for an appointed shall live, and by this principle I am preparedto big-bellied Senators. A majority( .of the lief jump into the Deleware, when ice was ican had defeated a strong squadron

indeed live and die. I therefore voted 'f.'r the Senators have naked patches on' the top of 'making, as pop the question, in set form and Vivian's cavalry near Kertsc, .
be
term. Strange, must that tal
Nebraska and Kansas bill, neither asa- pro- their heads, ,and quite half of them are'the by deliberate purpo e. The whoe! thing is population tha English commander had been,
: Ambitien, short sighted indeed, that avariceof Africa prisoner. The' Russian Government
slavery nor anti-slavery measure- but as a opposite of slender. They chew tobacco monstrous. 'Hie women, who have twice the
politicol distiction, which would now tar measure of equal right and 'justice to the tict of our sex, ought to do this business for America for contract for the supply of

rush these pure honors and lower this proud people of all sections "of oar common coun very much as other folk*, and immediatelyafter us. They'll do it, we hope, this leap.year.If .- Asia .. quantities of Artillery, stores and

dignity; by descending to any such .ignoblemotives adjournment several of tkem lit segars we were a bachelor, it would make our very Australia. &c., for the Regiment being.en-
try.During
have been intimated-motives his remarks he. stated thnt, in his and leaning back, appeared to feel comfort mouth water to think of sitting up in state Europe... '_
too
as Impenb'v
opinion, the constitution of the United States J able. and have lots. of pretty girls popping the Polynesia I gunboat of the allied fleet, were fro-
_ that would be defeat the .
to
sure very objects extends over the Territories so far as it is APplicable question to us. Ab, the good time is com it Kinbnrn. Omar PChiIbU re-
intended to be accomplished by it. No, our to their territorial condition and Total. his intention to attack Kniars.
; FIGS, ETC.-It was stated, during the fever, ing. : '
respected friend, it. cannot be. President that he believed the fugitive slave law to' be t hat vegetation was affected by the impuretate Don't be prudish, ladies, we beseech you, WHERE had from occurred China atate that a. serious I
in operation in the Territories of t Kansas and at KongKong, the
Pearce is no such man. If be is again any longer. Matrimony is the best conditionfor
to be the candidate of the Democratic Nebraska. He believed the people-of I!! of the atmosphere, and. that the figs in us brutes of men as well as for your charming ters (says the ) Consul.tuiving ,been.imprisoned by I

par. Territories could decide the question of slavery I t he: gardens about town were rotting on the selves ; and.you will really be doing a Falls Village authorities for attempting to res- I

!ty. for the proud. position which he now .r anti-alaverv for- Lhpmsplveg. .n.___. __, _Arid u_ tlinf.... I t t:rees. It is a fact that not more than about service by seizing all stray bachelors of this at Hartford 1 Captain of-the ship Reindeer who

hold! BO' creditably, it will not be by any the constitution had no control over the sub twenty-five per cent. of this fruit came to ma- I leap year and impounding them in matrimony. was a letter I en of fined (or an assault upon .the car ,
his
of iis own seeking, from the very idea of r ject. He belonged to no American or Know Some old rogue once said that marriagewas ship. Commodore McCI ne.r.
turity. A large portion of every kind, excepta 000, directed Powhatan declared the !
action
which be would turn away with becoming Nothing party, nor no secret poli ical organ. like those wire rat-traps, where a hollow of the
but it will the free and unsolicIted ization. He was opposed to the abolition or, small variety called the celestial fig," exhibited cone the big end out, invites the victim to illegal ; and stated that he would reliat.I I

corn; be'by or interference with slavery in the District of signs of decay before they were fully enter, by the smell and sight of toasted cheese Wm. Blake any attempt to exercise jurisdiction

cheice of the democracy of the nation,,, Columbia ; and he ,was also opposed to dm- ripe. A small soft spot was first observed, within ; but where, when he attempts to leave, General American citizen*on board American

made known through,the appropriate tribunal gress interfering with it in the d k-yards or generally on the spot towards and nearest the sharp wires of the little end of the cone, killed last ; Two hundred and fifty Coolies bad
I
the Jfational Democratic Convention.Nothing .- any place else. He believed that the Almighty '' bint pointedly at the impossibility. The story -suffocation at Manilla on board the
'I' the ground. This increased rapidly,until the The shock
ship WaverThe!
less than this, in our humble opinion had made the"nf'gro inferior to the I is a wicked libel! on matrimony, ladies, mata and
white whole fig was a'mass of offensive and Winchester were.imprisoned..
man, and he thought that could very
would be accept He holds to the same doctrine they which is not A rat trap, any more than you

not be placed on an equality unless the white disgusting! putrid matter. It may be worthyof are toasted cheese.
now that he has ever maintained, that: man vas dragged down to level with ELECTION Later (roe Eartpe.
a tne note, too; that portions of the leaves on The man who don't know that matrimon.

the office ot President' is neither to be sought: other. Ho had uniformly voted against placing some of the shade trees changed'to, .a dark is good for him is so far forth demented, and TOR.- OF THE W.RJlTWGT01l.NEW' .

nor.declined.. We trust that. other eminent the Wilmot 'proviso in any territorial the sooner he i is put into the husband's straightjacket nor Bigler, Dt
-, color, and withered as early as the. middle' of YORK, Jannarjr21.
bill. He .
voted it because he' .
statesmen will follow this.wiae. iainp1e. against believed the better for him. Yon have a prey Senator by
: it to be unjust to the people of a portionof September. This was certainly the case wilb'i seriptive right to civilize our rougher nature*. steamship .Washington has arrived
Principles and not individuals should votes the rest
con. the Union. npton. bringing London dates
i the specie of willow, of which there are several Franklin aptly said that the sexes were halvesof to

; stituto the bright polar star in the political He did not care what a man's religious o. I in the city. But whether the fever poison a pair of scissors, and neither was goodfor The report t .instant ..

sky, to direct the political action of every pinion might be. He would a* soon support was any way concerned in the matter we much without the other. Children don't Senate last intefligenceembracea. nothing. of spe.

democrat, whether of humble or. more promi- a Catholic for office as a member of any know what is good for them, neither do we
do .
ether denomination not affirm.-Norfolk Argus. was charged were quoted on Saturday the 5th
b ,
provided
inent position. We admit that persona1 was qualified men always. So, as leap year is heremake
preferences at 8 .
}
for the and bis dollars worth .
place 4
should ., political sentiments an onslaught, one and all, on the bachelors,
and be constrained Sentinel
partialities
correspond with his (Mr. R's) own. He Washington says : and let it be as fierce a*'a farm,wife makeson l letters[ of -

to yield to the higher and nobler claim of thought that the only safety in a governmentlike We give place to tie following gem her poultry at Christmas. It'a the destiny ter, has been WAR .LNT14.LIGr.ccz.

principle and of party in every contest, but. ours wa to keep religion out of politics, which will speak for itself: of turkey to be eaten, and of men to mar. been King of Naples u said to be favorable

above all. should they be cast"aside in the approaching and that we should never carry our religion ry the girl*. Forward, march! to operate Allies, and it is rumored that lie intends
to the polls or our politics to church. Mu- dear Maeeic. chanced to tJneat. a l lomatic a eoniimreot to. tb@ frim? ..
whose issue hang --- -----
struggle,
I upon lines to father which he asked TALLAHASSEE Jan. Paris
few your me 23d, 1856. correspondent of the London
: such momentous results as the integrity'and GOOD Nw FRO* OHIO.-The Democrat. to put upon paper, in the hope thafthey may Dear Sir-I }butchered a. Pig thirty-five COLD :: says that Louis Napoleon has given as

. existence,of our i institutions. ic Convention for Ohio; which met at Co. interest you, from whom a song of sorrow months old that weighed 566 pounds, tried January of his intention tcr prosecute the war
We'appeal to our high-minded that on the r' utmost vigor in the entRosaia
. correspondent Iambus on the 8th inst, planted the democratic never fails to extract a tear. A lovely girl out 307 lbs. lard, made lOll lbs. sausage I I does
if he is fully persuaded of the soundness I I8unk in that to .tho.propositions of the Allies
psrty.of that State,unequivocally, upon recently died in Georgetown, and as.sKe, expired meat, 41 lbs. souse, 8 lbs. blood.pudding,, .. .
qf democratic principles in contradistinction 10th it 15
the principles of the Constitution as embracedin ,exclaimed,with a smile-'Beautiful garden spare-ribs and back-bones 42 Ibs. If yon: was aud ha also resolved not to.abate one
the fanatical dogmas of the opposing
te
.: par- the Nebraska Bill The Soft of New / Supposing that she saw, in her last think this Pig deserves notice, you will confer the terms proposed.
aside all consideration
ties to east personal
. York have followed the example, and havedone dream on earth, a Lily of the Valley I a favor by giving these lines space in your WASHINGTON -
and predilection*,and faithfully, act to those FXOX Port .
: op 7PzIIccL "
the same' This
thing. great difficulty threw off the following columns. Respectfully yours, In the Housjo
: democratic principle, wMchbi so magnanimously thai ,NinrToMc Jan. 2].
settled ,
being happily we may now confidently PHILIP T. PEARCE. Banks Speaker '
IMPROMPTU WHICH I DEDICATE TO TOt :
: endorses and aid to
thereby secure freca Port nPIi
... expect, that harmony will prevail 44 In that garden of beauty' you find Editor Floridian & Journal. Sergeant at \ ':announce a
the triumph of the great constitutional &a nggem tt lad taken
party throughout pur ranks. So mote i it be. 'Mid the bloom of a thousand flowen1, and McKnew place
of the country, which indeed the brightest A sw.et !lily,ked bjr the wind, A MAN AND HIS BOTTLE DUO OUT Of Co THE the Hartfens aod Dominican, and

, beacon i in this and.all other lands A F .-The Gin-houseeontaining a gin Of EJen' heavenly. bovcrs. ..8'iow.-A few days ago some men were engaged to0. former had lost beaviljrjn provicioos
. ".Transported regions on big1l, The Hon. J( L lit j ia;: rmn'ofed that great
and bales of .
fifty-two cotton, belonging to in cleaning the snow from the sidewalk '
FAT, far above earthly control, ated U. S. l ti D exists anjocff the Eoperor'a
: HON. A. E MAXWELL A Democratic .
: ; grand the Hon. A. L..Riviere, of Jackson.County, .T<>u smil'd;u you breatb'd yonrlast sign- near Hoe's foundry, New York, and after that roanr bad rerolted.
: Ma6* Meeting took place .m' Washing Too MW plctor'd, own potfe soul. nipg ofthe 4th *' "
were consumed.by fire on Saturday the 10thinst your digging away a bank of several feet deep .'

.,; ton.city on_the,evening of the 8tbi instant The'origin of the fire not known,-say* '"y otir friend" t 'L C. LEVIN., much to their surprise, they came across a ocratic Caucus Faax W uHIoTotWznicci :

a A'(& and brilliant..assemblage of patrioticJ the Marianna Patriot I 'POPULATION.or ILLIZWIL'-ACCpr&qg to an.aieepi.ng'beside)his ,bottle.t He ..had taken art.. ".Jan.21.

'lIttite,'-grae th i interesting ,occasion lodgings on the walk the .. Senate no .tasjnes*. of)importance
!
. DEATH BKOTHKB the. Chicago! Tune, .t the.late population! of Illinois evening previous 81NGULA
,
.. hear the distinguished I orators discourse up. or A or PEESIDKNT tact.ecL The ,
I body adjoKrned
and snowed under. His over
TY .... Wro. late Charles; in 1855'aa 1,300,537, against a pop. got breath found on the .. '
;: the events of ih.dal.. Mr. Maxwelj Tyler, Esq., of ; ,
: .on. political
ulation i in.1850,of had made a hole in the snow, and thus he Vermont :
his 851,470, showing an Increase t some House
; .par representative in. oriwas City county, did at residence on Toes* mwy jifppoaUlomj for the e-
I : 449,067.. was furnished with fresh air.0T'Ao'1ngenlous (Speaker
< moretbaflb were
day morning of, e ri.n pton.; He iev sobroittfd,
. :: present, and addressed the meeting in a good was a
# the Hon. John The same,ratio of increase'will l)(give to the ; tridges that e <&*nd a rfeolaiioq that the
Democratic spirit Hi. effort i* remarked brother.of : Tyler Ex.President : hatter in Paris has. constracted .reaign.. wj.ich of. laid

f ; 'vpoa, b, the Washington Union i ;'and cdrres of the'United States- I and ,at 'the.' time of his .s.oin. I860, :.a population. o26O-. ,a house of' felt,.made out of 24.000 lence when,; ,of six: .on U.. table

: jxmdent of..theSavarinah' 'G rg n.u. being death held the office of Clerk of the Navy The entire'popul" n of the United.State t in old bat*. This house"'contains parlors'din- fire. tkiar8.r: rtsaltadas

; .. eredifable, to &Q I Yard at.Gosport-Norfolk Herald, January ,1850 was 23,101,867**"**" *a9.d.the.1%<.average J O ini ing and bed rooms and a kitchea. It !I. erected A coon old' &nkOR1414sutYIU.r! aJ,

] ;bcr Il--- from leading men 10M.., I -' crease for the last fifty'years "ftD j per upon a platform, upon'the' plain of St and listening de % t. ,
.
tent which'In 1860 would i the Bible "t'
.giveva' CBtal tog at '''
i ,:t I t. 'f' ,* i- '1 MAXVOTH IOVK LBTTKIL-A New ,'jpop- Dennis, and can be Uo.pOl&ed from place to .
: __,___- : ,Englatid ulation faboot 30,600,000.i' !; i&he book of -9 IIfI
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gentleman California,who corresponds &place. r; t. fct in'the.art or
i -l. 4v. Juw kad dW piasare of meeting;with-; with'a; : -.. *:::"::'? -- .. iTbfwULi ; l: rt'aeJ'' t:.
i of Fall River tent call I word.' ,
l.oU'glf.i1 to bistt'rbich.srrived.
a
g Union of : : !
the SUGAL-.bODt
: tn'ni last jewd quite'a'tramberbf IDUrlnstsays co3svzrrI a.1f. or 960.00O., & *nt..IDit
gentle- $tat.l.-
.
; friend, a1 I in the malls ofth.Geo'igeLsw -' .' ,. -" stammeringly, .
'
: I / 'H ;* ;:.000 ponods ofaugsr.werecoosuxnedIn the !l.t.. i iJ..N: Da tie
,. V men from distant part of'tbe:tate.including! dfd'Ulw.. T .1 ',. 2
on the 28ta nit and I. : -
which '
, _- SSKjfS DuIont, pe .,A1 What,. ... ::1N: 19 reear'1llb.'4.,. ", r.
comprises:ont.hundred eat&fortyiixpagcj'ofletter' t1 cJt":" 'nowo Abqepree ; Verjrra'afT;';wxm>Br, and childL' read that iid" 1'. ff In
. $ West t nsperl ... : ," .It ,f"' !. yiilto.:" .. "...t- I ..!:* Jr "- .. .- [ L'(1' f. i .; a.a1a ; wetb.r-- tea.
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,..i 11distint r e t '.. gentle- tilr 5-' >. i I .'.r.' d ". ,.Mcl- .e* .otfldc' bt1. ;* '-BUhopPxMtor r A' dUllngnUhed dhfne 'of I i 'Olrt.li. .. o" .' .. .w'r.farch '

mao- will be nleWc '. ic! i-hl', f' :. : 1.} GhI4now :' 11ef." "hiIl.Miltw.s t",.thi Pennsylvania is now on th.3obvj River t..r.1'au : .T appoini; : ."t.r tOluCOiatn-.
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aft YHtf'lay. The De nocrat"-National Committee tootbw tW"ba& a .v&tiMsr-. .._ i14fti11t.'Jd'SeJ_ ..: -p\E..t'i."'%5ciS t".i.'1-1I :1. f oil t
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uitb.titu., /.,..cession.o(tb. ext 0erattttiotad ; AVID NICHOLS. j'1.1 i TheLpltieat orksr4re.ss v.EtCtaaa Warsi. PIII&IIeCIWaeL, ,, p17nu'I. L5J

-.QCt"&tie : Cca, jtion,, la thuv.. I. "' : : ED1n-rA.'WBfI'I4'Wr, .. ; L1111% ant.$ oITUAQ" Pope.
Oft : "'1111' L ;"i ."W4swMth. } otk1. BnrVbC' { 1 .
bh2tt i Cothn1tto with thI:JsesouJerst. r iT.u.UI, I .- 1, iJ'GI Kests.S4I lg-r.flieber Pl1nrt 1ts.II'. --f.=" '', "-
: . Paint > *, /I' An 1i. '
AssociMion,, bXth.Iiicaj1On'of Hoaaa. ti trO ,4Xa. Y': 1iI'nn.Sr.ttX1WS CampbelL Ctbb4. OrdenSeed&:,1' .i'fl*" s4s.dr'ita.
"; f tiae;&pQ<>w! badjiin grand Uei crt- that i* tio' J ; "llm 'II of_ i' ':' ld.I-brnpp.r. neanaM .&v: f.a'd

&:MstMesdug. Thszezs a filling: ep of ifiRl\L 1\ ; 'tJN .1''If I'::'J'n :
.c6 ,,** ? | OE mpejl Pweta.;Pnrtry:*arf, Pn !,Writer*nt4-Atuiii. ..mW
'1bl '!la the citr"with cootenrftlive, Plantess Fbyses$
cKlUcIOl8& Co lau- hr Griowold a.cut .4un and.CI.twdaRn'.anJaIn14AA ;, ..
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HOUBP .t.,
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patH Citizens. Hit Tetenn; Amos' ..Kenpresided. or ly d by toratoat! cootet, BENJ":li,, rltlbDft'IIt.aM..Jt.f, bI_. c.:J..l..Jt.ftt, .s. t. ..1I. 1';I, .; .w

.. ,urs..McLuet, Richardson. elected.!.. .hate aasocitteJ 'wjtL with the eomjfteleworks etSowBeU. ?,.__ ,_( .ng Ute 1I.\It'$ .., "j .-f' :

Cobb.H:: Kelly, McMolleo, and Maxwell, i' t h" CW per. Irving; DfeSwasaod.\Balwec,_all DM no tioo pnuwrteed.. .' witi regard*9ttj. .UZ 1v '

.11 Congretomea pi M-. MeLane,. who isftn : J.HAvnsrtnc.; 1a-or"'t'JIU' -1Xpdictostbsworb; fit )' yllieaD'* preseriptim eamaQyeoSpocndI1 ded. I
a'W. DoMt.-aDd. >frictOrifiek.; J> -memb T; addressed the' meeting in n CAitxzTxa, ,. Wiaa.! CbnrehhiU,:OarparterJlnyl;.DeweaQAoptr, .Jasa. ; t. .i

good Democratic spjrit., Georgia, you will Advices. *ged with die'old 'Firm. and will Rniai.'W l.. &* H. ,La Rorf*.nd .Oondift: BnuthwwU" G: 18M.. ..' ,, -- IIW" -

perceive was well represented bj Gov.Cobb, AND GROCERY *R,13spset,1emaTmesUy.AMbeIa! and DuUkw'!* es 'S' !,A r-&C., .: I R.eeh'er1l tb.uo1ZMdin
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and by be Hon..Mr. Maxwell,.who i.a: nn "POO. : | the. -Firm of } & E. A. Ctawical' Serie, hum,Greek and French Ot.rd Drud"1Juk1iD; u Cider,. .j : to the
and arfide in fJie DnA Gold and Steel
ofGe tween a ,!and remove'from tbe old stand. very utatiooery OLD in the Mnd.iii sa I
All tie
tire rg1: speeches were ex PensLetter.:Cap and Fancy and'Sol-.Paper,.with Port, Old Port Jules. tr s141aita ars ( 1T
celent! but I mast be pardoned for saying lain the.., 15thJantwry. 18 6. to their Envelope to suit Blank Books emnpfwoz Ledgers Madeira, ,Brandy Chen iea, : The f luvwg c1iisasSUad are exeusp .
-BEZHZMAN ST. (Cor.
that the speeches of Messrs. Cobb and Maxwell large ) .'. above the Astor Bouoe,t>n JortmaU Record.Cash Invoice and Pass Books.PJaryof Slmry, ..1 : WithalUof -
'were. both sides. it Banking Cases;PortWio*. Oil PainUnja. Har-- Sparkling OelatbM. Framed Quinces,
fine Go, '
pre-eminently Cobb'sBpt"eW (and four doors from the Park. '
have perii. Magazine received. monthly by _n.| .sad. Yearly FUvormir Extracts UPears.,
; excee any ugaiustthe subscribers solicited. Yeast P wder*, vfTajoarttd*,. .
Nothing and Republicans I have ever.heard. 1\any.pel'8 the favor to examine their- stock ,. McDOU<3ALt' of tbe firm, n.M. Wbitlock, localurs otw5Wp *L OeXOT
Corn Starch. Fickle. r. *nd
Mr. Maxwell's delineation 10.185fl.: SXJFS purebuiii
ofthecha/acteror to return his acknowledg I January --. Sane. ,Salad Oil <
Woreartersbir ,
'ndre.w-JAc'kso was pronounced by reading 'Sale ** shown .him through the long It7aA1rqE. English Mustard, Capers, already stettei to thiaodcSAmfllV' :

men who were present the mostVtrntiifal reflection i c.r A : and trusts that his experience *,t', Claret, Cneoa. -
of that great man's high qualities that I and order that of. the junior partners will THENEWYORK LIFE iNSURANCE CO. I !' .AMES 4.1JVELY. nrraisfdtftti. .

: was ever delivered.' The State of Georgia, cine, the Ml that all order confided to '.. AQO'7JI11t&TD CAPITAL,.-.i.,.1000000.. ., .6,1856, f .. be taken Wmt the1Iewta?aftd rimI'.1.<.tfJ_t.J" .
to receive ample and satis': 'after tba tt t. q !
aDd the effect .wb time, .
'
Comptoy issue* policies on;the live* of : nlr---'a.
when Gov. Cobb concluded. -, remarks. receired.nine THIS te pertIOM. for one of meW jftn, w for the Glass Oils, .While Lead, &c. months as tbey may appomt. 'I. ..tba ol&be J ..

hearty cheers. 1st. 1856. hole period of life. ON THE XUTU SYSTEM.. : GIasa.1uwwrtedmes.lOC Conuniesioner Of the etalLuMi,0 .,.. _.....
; BOXES
It was an auspicious day for so favorable a to dasalJ solicit an M. & E. A.WHILLOCK 4 CO. .;'Dividend declared to the Insured, on polieiei issued 200 Kegs White Window Lead pan, extra'4 No. 1. "J'JM 1 of'swamp aectavtr54wsd t flds.r*2J

commencement. May the victory of the Democracy prepMe. for Ur. 8 barrel Linseed Oil, towpeetba dumg she ,ep ,.: ,

. .beas great as was.Jackson's victo. als of Mr. C. : } PLINT FantHAX, Actuary.-Moaaix FBAXKUX PreaX 5"LardOil, LAnd_ m"-u.underaybaudaULe Office.4.. Cit1o'r. I'?-.;1.:.-_ .

.1.'ootOO: day.of which yesterday was the anniversary and it proved i IF Applications receive4 in Tallahflwee br 50 Kegs Sine Paint .
this
and the next Democratic ad- thAt no other January 19, 1856J B. C..LEWIS. 20 package Fire-proof Paint(MJ*. and i tiol*.' !IaC dsZoaembe'1I.ConiasisucrD A.H'VnUTaOS -
; may this village 2 Carrel*Train Oil I bt>L Copal Vanish : Qanal AftlPJld. ,
ministration reflect as much honor and : / 'M .
prosperity of the in barrels and at retail. _
upon the country as did the administration A. WHITLQCK & CO. AGENCY OF THE. /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Spirits Turpentine AMES A LIVELY.? Jannarr.'19, 1856.NETF. a-aw .

of Jackson. : C CAPITAL. .. .*..'.... ....1500,000.fpHE'undersiffnedAgent January lit 1858. .

The House is now in session and is likelyto [ .'NICHOLS & Co.] of the abore. Company, GOOfi.S.TOWLE '
STREET Corner Koran' Jwill receive applications for and make insurance Just Received. -
Mcssus.J. .
dOntinue until is elected. ''
so a Speaker
.
The consummation f"ujje for us as Eatl-of the Par, :against. loss by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings, Gum and Currant Jellies. Prune, # MYERS, .
of that desirable LEMONS > '
object the demand FuithreMerebnndizete.,- .;Pickled Oyster, Brand.Pddet. h now-teoelviof by. '.'
may reach you by telegraph befo/e this letter the bttt YORK 7arinary 191856. 3 ,B. C. LEWIS. Preserved LeriToo, Orange*.Pine Applet and Gin 4 # ARE' fn m Sew Y rfcafiu*>

'Hoes. The Democratic party have very justly ger, Green Gage!.Marmalade, Lemon Syrup Raspberry ionable and well adeoted stock of

resolved to pursue the course of starving tST I from Otnrd Dopuy A.Co., 7 For New York. do.. Strawberry d.Pine Apple do., and Ginger Watches and Jewelry, .

the jury until a verdict is rendered. This LAKE'S I & Co. and other Houses ,j TIlE Brig' E. Remington, WiHiams. will do, Raspberry Vinegar, Fresh Salmon.Lobster.Had- if ge4lei eo'a g>d.%tin fcjera.ladi

was resolved upon in the caucus which met All other and sole Proprietors of the i'ahave despatch for above port. For freightor dock, Halibut and Shad. Assorted. Pickles Scotch gold Consisting lever*, .aver'lever;hunting, anchor,lean, aid
Dr.iTLane's Apply to McNAUQBT & ORMOND. Ale and Ported
of pawage < Corl aad all
on Monday nig'ht. The of this .. Havana quartier Watches; Cameo,Mosaic. ffJd
propriety Pills can now A ltlJ. New Port.Jan. 12.1856. 2 I 30.OOO Cigar oeeklaees. cold and jetsei w -
: and earring,

citizen course",must for be if concurred something in of by the every kind is good not o the nr Uaited For VINEYARD DES CHAMPS, D'OR. :;-"I1"; For New York. January 5, 185 AME3.1-& LIVELY. bosom, bosom.. pins JtUld pins and.hair od loekeu bra for; Lair slsrgiaasostmentof and .dagMrreo-

done the House will never be organized, and aod at one A ,CHARTA. ite. ,Ac.,,' Packet Brig Mystic. Fi h, will hate FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. I l pait diamood.rubJ.pearl U1 r rnetooeornellau
consequently imperilling the country will be January IV Old Bollnnd Gins -despatch for above port For freight or auger .rings; -geut1tmfU1 .cila mood :s 1M ;
', _* apply to KeN'AUGHT & ORMOND. GROWTH OF 1855. onyxand e; a
the result. The House in the event of the WEST INDIA HUMS. Re sleeve button plain cameo
'. 'lJ.. tt'Y.Port, Jan. 12, 1856. 3 flags., Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, W great variety'of atuds.fine gold y-,fib
lailure ot tbe people to elect President the AND SHERRY WINES. RUT *
received, chains. ak, keys gold and r -
instrument electien itself and if the people d Houses in Europe all Plows I Plows !II! AMES LIVELY. set, aNt RoW sth r. and steel t.aptcticH. $04.. 4

do elect, is one'ofthe joint branches of the and selected with a .vieV ; ALARGEIot' John Moore's Plow No. 1 and 2, January 6, 1856, I. ver thimbles.

national legislature that has lo meet and count use. .' .1\Banding from Mystic and for wle by Fine Cnllery and Guns:
the returns of tbe electoral and declare for our own trade from the McN AUGHT A ORMOND. Flavored Gum Drops. .
college Dinner
Jan. 16. and breaifast knives iritboct (Lra*. toff.
the official result Thus it will be seen Orleans with description of Virginia manu "New Fort, Jan. 121856. 2 200 10UNDS Gum Drop, and forks in setts, carvers and steel single,fin* poslc-

. tbatif the House is disorganized and the peS- 18. Bark also a large stock of medium Garden Seeds. Flavored Vanilla, ct cutlery shears smtfbrs and nucrs" fit. double
do. Fine
Apple, barrelled laminated .el .
693 packages st and stnS twist com
]pie should not elect a President, the second Bark supply of fresh seeds from Thorburn's, do. Lemon mon guns, shot pouches of various patterns guns Joe and

resort to accomplish anj election would not 20. Brig DEALERS IN FINE AFRESH: per Mistir. and for sale by do. Orange, Ac. common powder flasks cleaning.rods, ElyVeap aud

!>e in a condition to.do so, and that even if mdze. to > McNAUGHT A. ORMOND.New AMES t LIVELY. wad, wad cutters,'aod materials for gunsmith

the people should elect, iheir action is defeated BELOW, a t. Port_.. _.Jan.__ 12_, 1856. 2 January, 1S56. l' Silver and Plated Wure.
T t r --1 i ii jL j
by the absence of an organization i in one House. CREMANT. : Planting Potatoes. to.PartBershlp.PHILIP Silver table desert and tea spnooa. silver forks lOOp

of the bodies that is to count the returns and t Co. arc the extensive owners and cream ladles, butter and pickle Jmjy"-plated
Jan.: 16. 2|h BBLS.Yellow Potatoes just landing in fine or. M. FLEISHMANand FERDINAND A. forks and waiters castors cake and fruit backets
give effect to the result official declaration in receipt of spoon
by an shipments by
.
reg- u der, and for sale by under the firm of P.& F.Fleish electro
; of it The Democratic party in the. with U. S. those who may not hue given McNAUGHT&ORMOND. man, hn ving purchased tbe entire stock of S.M.Fleish batter, plated tear MIL.nd communion service.
and dishes
Brig E. engar. chamber and
House looking forward to the possible hap- New ,York delicacy their of guarantee flavor and that quality it will;' New Port, Jan. 12,1856. 2 man will continue the business at the old stand 'and candlesticks, saltcellars cream, boquct holders eard parW and
solicit continuance the of
pening ofsuch important events hare taken ease bob.coo: imported. respectfully* a patronage flower baskets,and brittaooia wars
Grqcerles.f'1OFYEEugar. their friends and the public in gentra!. .
-
the least objectionable means to king th. 2 bbls. wax. 1 P.eft F. FLEISHMAN.: IlieeIIape Article -.
assorted Beans, Linseed Oil and N
Bark ) ,
22.
contest to a termination. Now the Southern '.-r' Whwkey,Ac, ic, Ac.fw. Ladies>eticolw, satchels,work boxes pear!.B rlb

Americans will either have to rote for a national I REWARD. ....A.rrnnT'U'1I J. nt ao.V'll'l'\-rn u. c.r The subscriber bavingaold hu entire stock to iron; and morocco port roonaiea pearl card eases co-

man like Mr. Richardson, or by voting DIED, in the subscriber on the 12th N ".'ort. Jan. ].J 856. 2 P. A F. Fleishman would resentfully solicit in their ral beads, coral -necklaces and armlet,Jet bracelets
E. Negro boy. BILL. Decrij behalf. a continuance of that favor liberally bestowed necklaces and bosom pnw,napkin rings!Lair and toothbrushes
for Mr. Fuller th'e
secure dec ion of Mr. about 22 old about 6 feet F-KESH him. .S.M. FLEISHMAN. ,hat revivers shell.:ffaJ,jn2ia rubber aDd
years G ROC E R I E8 on
of her :
Banks. TJhis: is the alternative that they must I, year !' about 190 15s. He j is'rathtr Quiney, FlaJam1, aSf& fjan'12,'66.Blacksmithing 2-4 ivory eotBba,cb'wa and waxi! Jolla rasor trps 8Id

fOOD meet. consistent and shows his gums when RBLS. Superfine Flour, money betU, cigar. easfeather dos'trs pajwr and
The Know Nothing party ha now almost and her.death iLI&i; spoken and has but very lit- 100 60 Extra -. d r bdls,bofcnit n glass"arfd dims Vase* aad ba .
Wakulla when he left a snuff colored 50 Fresh Potatoes kets. terra cotta vases and rrttcl>ers, Berfaaj* battles
entirely ceased its existence. The Republican him from Joellrt'ey. of Colum- 60 Rectified Whwkev pHE Undersigned have jewel cases,centre suspension and side lamps lampshades

party has absorbed it in the North and y possibly be "tryiug to mAke 25 Crackers. asso'ted, .: X a eo-pwtttermbip- b1ned4 chimneys and,wicks,vwlms and bowa.guitars.
now.by the development in the debate.on 10 Boxes Soda Crackers t pose .of carrying on the hanjW; tambourines aeeordeom, darionef s, flntrt sad

Monday it has divided itself into two factionsat nrO bhntelfJamee Robinson was 50 -'* Soap smithing Business in all its various branches. Particular fifes.guitar and violin string,fine cologne sad other
procure attention is given to Carriage an3 Spring W'. perfumery and a general uortment of
10 Sperm Candles Toys.
the J. I and it is opinion that .
South. The debate to which I allude having negro my
off by the aid Robinson. Said 10 Star and to Laying Axles of all kinds of Vehicle The Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and in tit*
was that in which Mr. Eustace of Louisiana, January'26, name as Robinson and also as IOu :Maeearoni. shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P.B. Bro best manner.
Louisiana American d fended kaw, and. special attention given to hone-shoebig. Oetolier0,1855. "
a < the Catbo. 4 or Dorsey is about 2S or SO 10 assorted Candy, 4)
lie Church from the assaults of Know Noth- eheek bones black whis 5 Starch Farming implements of every description done to or- .
der. P. B. BROKAW ,
jngism upon it; repudiated the 8th section of about 160 Ibs. and speaks rath 5 5 Bbls.Hhds.Crushed Choice Sugar" ,' H. B FITTS. Co-Partnerahlp Notice.

the Philadelphia platform, and ridiculed the RAISINS. Ga. Jan. 26 O., UUS6 H. WALTON.: 4 _. 25 Mesa Pork, __:Jan. 12, 1856. 2-ly THE undersigned have this day entered into a ce-
argument of its friends that it did not mean_ 25' Pnme in the

to affect the American Catholics, nnd contending Currants Maeearoni,. of Jefferson County. 10 Syrup. Boot" Shoe Shop.. WHQI.ESALE.: & RETAILDc

Tery properly, that if it did not do For sale br the Physicians Jefferson Coun 200 75 Boxes Sacks Salt.assorted Tobacco, led. mire undeisigned begs leave inform the ,: B'C'&) ...

that it meant nothing. He also! congratula. J .n.26, at Monticello, on the llth of -'- 5 Bales 'cCitizens of Tallahassee and surrounding tmder the .
Bagging and
ted the country upon the defeat of Mr. Flonr- meeting will be organized. ,. at 40 Coils Rope, Country that be has opened a Boot aDd Shoe Shop in name style.of
this and is now.prepared to do all kind of workin
place :
the Know
noy, Nothing candidate for Governor 55 Bags Rio Coffee, AMEg&mL.VELY.THEY .
4 Sent this line in the most worknacHke aDd
; [ Copy. 10 Java manner '
of .
Virginia. J. work and Please
promises good cheep pnees. give '
9 ..ApD.! Btandy. Sherry and Madeira Wine, with a > win be pleased to see (lialr1rienandpstrooe
This speech brought out a reply from \. Notice.. him a call. He will be found at his Shop 200 foot
the assortment of small suitable for fkm-
general groceries Street back of Mr. White's Tin at tIM old stand of D.H Ames
Smith of Alabama Rno," who in jShop.CW
( Nothing) hassee -
and claims 1ns- 11i % eoMff R. H. BERRY.
or demands ag -llJ1flltJr Repairing done at the shortest ootiee. _" 4 where they will keep a full and general
turn was replied to by Mr. Percy Walker,I hassee during Partridge deceased Ut ot ,; Jay. 12, 1856. 2 P. RHP*. Mortmentof. Irticl appertaining. thai

(Know Nothing,) of Alabama, who endorsed eral notified to present them lo -t" January 1, 1858. 2.ItExecutor'sSaleofLand liiFbiisineu' .D.fl AWES
Mr. Eustace, and repudiated the doctrine of Shrubs. tc, all within the time pre} GEORGIA AND FLORIDA. .- -, M.tvLY. .
resented. notice wi 1 be bar -;.," J
pleaded in Ury 1'Uk 1
Mr. Smith. Thus ,-henwe see Know Nothings Mr. Bessman Negroes. .
all those indebted are reques .DR. T. J. CUR LEE ,
i from the South warring against Know January immediately. ON the first Monday in February. 185, will be

Nothings from the South-and to go further, G. POWELL, Administrator. Practicing Dentist sold at Public Sale at the Court House in Tallahassee WILLIAM P.SLtJSSEB,.

when elected tbe 8t-4 N THOMASVILLE. GA. and MONTICELLO eight likely Negroes viz: Bill and iDharl. Ta'1.1.a.
we see txvp men same ?
upon aee.
.
I men; Allen and .Willis boys i Jenny, .Sarah and Susan
MADISON and their IlDd
side of the the FLA reapectiye, -
from State '
question, same ALL women aDd Anderson.a child. 'Fir eighth of lIh.NtFACWR1E ContttTn Sam
Lam adjacent counties. He insert any number of Artrfi- ASTD
warring each other not well land and lying South of tbe against we adjoining formerly
may are requested r trial Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett, on the latest ,IRON WARE, WnoiEXAije AKO EKTAIX.DKAZ.ZX .
heretofore existing under'the owned Noah H.
conclude that the miserable faction is dead in dersigned, and improved principle giving them that beautiful lifelike by Tbompaon..od CotRW.AldOO.all -
BA RNARD& MAXWELL is of the property of Capt. Thomas Reynolds de lie PLMW,. FASCT A 2cD 1AP. Jam
the South. Even Mr. Banks thought the aginst said mutual consent All appearance which approaches Nature so nearlyas l ceased. \V"aL t
thing that it not worth doing duly & persons to challenge detection by the closest observer. .. .
was so
was
poor this notice please present the same; and Person needing'beotil operations on their NATURAL Also the crop of cotton-thirty-five or forty bale sltl6ve
it honor, for he declined by remaining silent or call at the old stand and set Terms made known on the day of sale.
Teeth. aod wish him to perform. them, can by Detul-Q..l1ttl1k
to answer directly B question if he was ry._ ,f as E.possible, to close up the con applying soon, have them done at the following prices _N. B. TVrwu JESSE AVERETT sold Executor. SPLENDID assortoent OICoQ&lag.PIiOC
BARNARD. oftnleCottoo! Corcub.mdontfifth
A Know Nothing. May we not conclude Jan. !8. .which will be found to be MUCH lower than has ever balance time .A' and Wood Stoves trimmed with oeatoess-
cask
MAXWELL.
O. TROUP on Negroes on time.
then been offered in this section of country before to-wit : a<doeed'ei. .
finally, that it is dead everywhere and 18SS. S Jan. I!. 1856. '2 durability,
that the grave of every politician who has For filling teeth with;Gold Fail H- 00,$1 ZO.$2 00 ,OutDoor Work
and $2 80 varying according to six of cavity sod
ridd n temporarily i into power'upon fcit will Jr. amount material used; Extracting teeth,in pmoc, Tax Collector's Sale. Roofieg.;Ornamental Front u.J Csttsrij Copper

soon,be open to receive him. 4 only 50 cents-wot of ofnee. '1. BY virtue of tie authority vested in me by law.' I and .ndaetiog Pipes. Sbetot-.Ia. Sheet
CONTIJTCE THE levied the lands known the "P rbH' Sine; Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pomp bopwck
The House to.night.Wednesday( ) is still His raicx for a full upper or lower sett of teeth onrunt upon as
Swamp Purchase," and within the eC Leon of every variety done at abort notie.
is lymg being
in session carrying out the idea of the Dem- t IN E BUSINESS I (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary.) County
I 6,54O more or less and shall city bad
only $6 tooth and ptrfrtt satisfkotion guaranteed comprising acres proceedtosellinmueboftheussn,1forethe Country Merchants
oersticrcte not to take 'eeeu OLD STAND, SIGN ,.Ji1 per '
adjourn or a ; Courthouse -
JL: after this in every instance. Are respectfully invitej to give me taD be&sa
.1IrWt.ajv .eIa tioo..o( Speaker' ii effeei which have Those desiring b services in any portion of the door in the city of T"'a} a..ee.m Saturday the .'here. porcbasiog

....... ,. '. .ii. der the.act of above named counties or any other section of country 5th .day of April next,as will aatisiy the State County I ftgT.H.11.All articles mannfactoed from' the Terf
The'nigfct session-has been, enlivened by a will be subject MOBTAB, !'Up'1O application by letter to either of the above aod Railroad taxes due thereon for tbe year'1855L.CLDEMILLY. best material and warranted durable .Jtfo other l artI.

Register of ; named Post Office,or otherwise receive prompt attention. clewillbeoffeuedforuj,.
splendid speech from Mr. Carul&ers "Whig.o .
Jar and Twenty- Tax Collector Leon County. October 20.18W. .
< MuwSori, who has been voting for Mr. e"ffJ11 ; Ko roe'atreetJ., Tallahassee.# Jan. 12. 1851. J.13t" 41

Richardson. He was arraigned for his vote, rear,a-OM/ 8 KtrxaxycKs : : Middle Circuit of '1or1da.. :Circular Upright S&WaU -
JCDGK CoLa MaCon Georgia.How..J. .
wktes resulted in the vindication three ,
most complete from the yean date e .hfp Notice. L. SIWASD 1 IN LEON CIRCUIT.COURT. HOE i CO,and Webb GriffefeCwmlar: Saw .

of hisr owa :vote, cod of die Democratic land*,or' five : A., M. HOSBY. JUDGE LovxThonmvill) *, Ga.. & them of Petition of Elizabeth Rice for achange 4C, 48 aod 61 bdi 1., oq. hand sl far .
part in the House He exhibited Mr. Fuller eredit f. J.S. Wuuc, Eag ) of her,name to that FJtaabetb Levino: sale by "D.UDD

in die most objectionable colors independent elate of the hav this day entered into W. 8. Dnwoa-ra-FMj.; ci the. LUng of the p ti- New.Port; :.,.J, 1155. 44
of his antecedents. He tOtTJOD ibebusincaapfBook- C. G.Fin Ea.vMeiers NOTICEJis berebytI
showed him Persons for al of her
as } change name
under the and firm of Mo- '
style W.& J. Boon, Mooticello Fla.
DOt exceeding to Elizabeth Le-inos aud that after the pob1ie tioo of JOHF LioID.
baring voted this session for a man for Speak. ,-where all articles belonging Cot E. & BuuxBcax. B :
the Ibis notice for three mouth win be made
er (Mr. Pennington) who voted last session preference"" ; be lnandt 'I' January?, J858.. application .i. i
..tbia UIUIII, to the Jodgt of Lean Circuit Court for an order makieg. A O '
for McDpUGALD4HOBBY '
a motion to zuspeudtbeiulei to introducea improvement.of : ,' Beeeirei 011 CossfecBtat, the.cUQ* jJr,yed for m said petztIcn.OOt71CILA. .. . '
proposition torepeal the' Fugitive SlaTe others r- 4 .' BliYANCJ COMMISSION _I'OIAI T
veii '
,Ftar Ckart&fon !, _
Liw.rYoar 'readers : mnetr days -, ', .. per Brig. JIJL1LI8SO. 3wDIuuUoCpptnerhIp.' "" -
-
recollect that
most affidavit Academy. .> ,') TEIECKS Extra Carolina IKee.28 Bags Chat- ,. 'A. N'-D.'' ;t't '1: ;. !

lime.oc the Soathen Xo' ,i olhmgs voted aa bsea the *. : grateful to'tie, frieada of this 5. tanooga Mills Flour.,to be sold:just to 'cover I
CQrTOk1.
for this same Me., Petmiofto. for Speaker.) m saodwith pleasure ezpeoMa.br RICHARDSON A WfltT JCFJL Partn rip beretelbrc eaitfcg-between Da- "

Waea akd if U jwas iTWkigwhy be did By order of J b, ;. a graduate ;:Newport. Jan. ,1886.. 8 .1SeoUutL. TUB sed..". is this day dissolved'.by. mutual ,'t 4 Tt,4t1lUJl '..,

not Tote, in tbe.begfaalpg of::e ccj&, for met W'o-A tb who baa eondocted a high Mbool ecoseoUAUpet; r* indebud'willpleaie ett]. the 'TS'pepaN to atteftcf i. I.is.dlj ,
). H:1AillTWblg: i. for Speaker be :--Z : considerable :Success, :wilt take .> _4 It kceIvedsr.rig -':: tame within 0eo..Dmowt ahd. itie? os having 'damaod Lticnty oILeoR.a&l

l4gnantljrepUedrD JoY'.& ro Monday{lit.5n. t Cojhp -. .: ? S. &emi., .--' Yori wlfl please pteseot.the saaae f.i .. 'I tualutuhuns, IIo2sesistsa
all- Know : .
.1Pftn
Lg eo employed. Our;report -af the Gt.AMOB, W t Iod
'f. b trB ._ the_ Whig KeV.Au I ria: S Teaehira,;45P4t- ) i BBLS.'Irish Pot,.:W do Ooiona" Cheese, y..t ., : .\il Biu.Y. 1.:* 1._ .& Fruit sad lUrtbaadiw_V. .eysry4mrz... .
% : 01 ,
.1irUiekwIi.tt i ; 810J.ua Coffee,'Cod--ib, ;
.rtJ .u. inquired ofeotnpared 1W *. .tendei to'tM UdU u>tS& .JfJm&f11.18d.. I-'i'. auAfcnl, l "" .
.1rS
w. oftVr low for eash.q '. '' >
wbich "
.< _. our ..Ut thaak" for< Asu '' : : !
ft1r ,
'tlii"" ,
:i 1 it to"- the f mao-t. :. .vipe d"bt sochatorndaoce. *- A RICHARDSOWWEITAXEB.I : Subiber wibt.actm, : iiietjoaioeea\ '"riJiW' 8 iu.j. ':.t, .t-t. .
:. &ll" u 'Jt.1. AVISFtcr,. 'Newport'Jaa. : I j. at his 1d Ddabd .111 eepeosstaaly GIJ J.Dd ," '. '
b ,
_&a
cI r. ; ) I .G .r-r. ;.ttI.'k
; .
.
.' au. "' :I'J.1"IIi .. n.J8I. W'4. _- -I4iOtICO arood. assortmeotofcaUoet f t t4tb4s 4
ws Siss. : :' : OEtt DAMON.Jan. .
: d&d b.itnbGlr&tic ilj""l -i--: ;
"Ccted ie <' -L Ttr tttrsosnoe ef aa erder of the trOlL J.Wayles Ba .8, 1 1."l**:a "44LHOTICS.- '
party'I1 d1j moat : .- ? ,:, .1.ker7th* unders ned m'ouie..m INn tlislatotheblttot emtW'"tw.t' : .t, : I-
.*(. $ tT D 'tVflt 4tin4rW'atttnn ..-. s_ : f' t'l2"at&te ,I QbU :bidder.bet.,* tbs Court ..: ...D icAt -. '. .' uj. -

.. uO .fa WgE4ai : n- tIie"door JW..ie.en 1oocWt.. d4tb'day of 4 0 .-..It.- '\V, RUi.t- i :, '.
. 1. d. 6.1 .w.r ..6 a th.-I'- r..Q ..tr .. tbtf. DRS. -AMBE A' B'IT-O '
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5 t&r\.f !tV"tl"t S I j *.:*fatoi .+*,&**dby****'**? mtensJv d', opee.15/ca the'.a' .iL1tet;f tl l h& Division f j tym ft&y twuiy cpf Bt tim"dJ- till

S S!, &Jiit,d t.1.1J. MsrnoiS : *'AbwrratloM; it ia t*di ear4> all oelogae frtI.DiWou. !r1 TERM ; pJ.e.. J."_ .

: D W .. .dlmtet11t fJr tha lair,aodktepalwaj.apna the ,i -Theyork f !: -r t"tI Bo r'/J ,- .45 jtsi OV1-4I.L. QI .

,,4, fgm\ifd"rit'pi1d sn1 b1ackAIpaecssBto'5 t..stdaJtiDtIe.o'J lbs 'restorative; ifoeeasSooal.uw, .mikja Jeoatb to anlt the.tcoowniene of'Wdm. bfJ- A UUUJK AND WXI1. IXLKCTSD "TOCJC.., ..,.., 4 .
.I UatlieneeforUuailverloefc wilt have the preferenee( ltier
0 I" S and weean sAfely w Stockholders CLOTHING "
balue :' will' :unknown for alihnoga. UMroae bid..".AU\ contractor except Stockholder READY-MADE ,' .
and bald head! U U : lien atthe same aD !,;
c ADQQBMLLL:: ,Spamlh; 'M.I I Mohair Defaign, .' may.Uostom \jpoo the'dawny cheek-rlbe l datk" *, wilt be.r uired totaWa,:'part of their pay Consisting of every garmentoUabl lot winter wear; ,if.Jbfwf tu.".
La tie' i6h "oo'cotf.f Italian cloak elotb! .1S.
ck J those who will such doafa;TateaA'Coat'V t*,JPaDb etc, eU,
: Black Mid colored I ilk Talma ; : eye be e"rl pieTein .sad the toethihose ofpeari.still'if In Stock preference J eing j.ghwV. a* apjI tn, sUhmw
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an ,5 ,the natural.:'fluid be '[withheld .from the bair.ndln :taketbelargestamoGnt., : w fcbwlllbtJi. podbfalowj3ric '
'. MArcii IKOii Dotted xftBfcol :onnseqne eu become im.dad.cJ .,M :: WJJ.'1LQjUyjNVLief Engfwwr. 'S a )brae lot of Plaip and,Fancy Shirts i Collar 5 5, ,i rftb'f.t!'1 '" ; '
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rail wiUbe robbed.. more
/ e 4v Will i. wi Solid. and figured then my or ofli nature 1. fdka and baa h ,..
plU Barege .S lban'hall :'It1, ebarma "although it u aaorerwgn Contractor'1r : desiring a thorough oof-fit ,01'eoDII11Uheir I n *)ia Atart Jtar W ?
'to tie exlmt oftkt Jaw.] B'ack and colored S ; ,Notice to ,wo abater*el
Shelley., all the
S 4-p- 'UrL c.on. ._j _.___ ml,.__tti remE4. for' those who are .pray ae ..enal those.who: RR..'- own, Interest_ by givfng. me. a. :call,a*" abovrar-. ... I I .& too U>4 rteel platf rlSfrav flh. ,14 labaln
citu DnA nail 1C1I"1Jr.e f.au""J" are ball, still all see the1 propriety' making i onljsucfiau ; I Exonrxxa'a Of nee. PtxaACotA & (Gw ) ticlea bnvelbeen aeleetea with great care, and wua a

-, S ,LITTLE, GliCT. I Rod and yellow Flannel. ; apjiJIeation to the 'hair ,and scalp a* ucalcu. TAT-T-AHAMM FIA':;DrpriaJta lr, 1856. special view, to their. adaptation to this market. .. th.1opofechboL. ', Opera Flannel of all colors ( both and tate. t im.of letting of r tIli O"traeta ,on the Pen- 'JOHN.PRATOIUUIL -'uchueT$seadvise4tha& mean --.lA '
it Jn healthy .
bi lated to a perfect
'JU1* 1a.-Ying teeOf't'd the ris..L from Lr English and Erench embroidered band. preserve t l sacola & Georgia Rail Road are changed ,at follow November 241855. lj-47 ,this.jtele I.id-JkotJW
: L"1I4It Scsm'.lo'.1t the CORN W&COB MILL From tAr Editor tie Real JSttatt Adcr ser YScKovt 7\ '
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Lace and linen C. HRn.lkpitbief. *:' S Tb$ refcnloe I* told only by tta, a*! enr anata'jp.

k4; I th&"' UITLE GIANT" are DOW prepared Emb'd CulLuit, Hikercliiet. and Underaleeve,. S Street. That part of the line S between Tallahassee and the Notice ,to Contraotor, pobtetf'tbroegMb; ekmtb.\ M 'ua iii 1r.-
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t exAnite pmaipUy, in a thorough wnrkmanlike Embroidered CbefnoHrtte and Collarette, BOSTON, March 20.'S4.S Aucilla River will be let at Tallahassee on the. 21st, LOWKO TO sat!.w.J.I>el ri aDd pusb.ie

).>anter,all! or.It"ft,wholesale and retail .f said Mills. Blue. brown and green Veil Barege,., Prwf.Wood: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely bect'mbcri; S S_ Omclto.S7.nEKJX" .tJnAt1 S I are;eaotkned apiceS boring ofagenta.otbeFwiwtbejwfll.be "a\"" 11

*Tht''pt \,*'won,\rj these Hills or the'iwstrrw Black love Veil. .quite pray, I,wai induced sooie .weeks since to That part of the line between the Aucfll' and S the OAXQaMiL.L. .. .P.OQi.JOHSS 11'u. > {hn s pon-aja MwertMeMirtieJ

S throughout' the United States is sufficient guar Thread. Cotton aud Linen Laces, make trial of your Kaif restorative: hare. used.less Snwannee Rivers; will be let at Madison C. H.OD the 5- 5 AllIf 29v.. SCOVnr oi'JU. '

luitee'of' utility and ettablisued dwraeter: It hnscit Cambric and Swi*'* irimn and Inserting, than tWo bottles,but the gray hairs have' all disappeared 27th"December: And SEALED PROPOSALS will U received at: tbia S "Chartre8t.betC jtrahJ8t j1y

a large amount of money and laltor to bring the biaetand Mantilla Laces, : aDd although my hairha not fully attained I ,That part of the line between the Suwannee 5 River the 20tb day August, 1858,for constructing Sol Ageota ic tb.BaoUnra.State*,to .

:Hill ttlts present state perfection and 1* nnw offer Colored Mennnes, its original color, yet the process chaage is gradually and Alligator, will be let at Alligator on the 1st. Feb- a Canal, with it* .CfIIary'.p H, ordenJlDd apptieatwoa for AffoeM*},B&H b*i4ib.

..t lo Planteis, Stock Frexler and others, as a compl Curtain abet Dress Caliche. going on, an.l :I have ,great hopes that in* short lima next. Wx. M. GRIFFIN. such a. Lift Locks Guard Lock*, 'Basins, ko, from aed. *. ,

.t<> article;of rovdiauism simple ami practical in use J mhro.dered Lace Curtains, my hair will lie as dark as formerly. I have also been nary Chiff JZitginter.December Lake.Harney oo the St.John to Indian River a di- fJTTor*al* at all" (be:DrogBtern" i"T'.JI labjuM

and durable'in construction It !is prwiounred by er- White. black and slnte )hosiery. 5 inch gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of 8, 1855. -49t t.oee.JIthi, en miles 3.410 feet ; authorized by the and at one Agency .very Town'Ia! the Seotil" ,,

tory boilr to Ix the mi>*t i nportnnt article of the kin White multi black silk hosiery the ha:r. which before wn harsh nnd dry nnd it has General Assembly of the State of Florida, at its session Aup&I8H.. M tal :

uotv in uc.net only' well adapted for grinding c.b Lvlies and Oont! M.ick nnd col'd Kid.Glove*, ceased to come out as formerly. fHD3.. BACON, of 1854-5,by An Act entitled An"Act toprovidewafx.fi .,, .
meal for stock but grits .fine hommony Ole Uble Mis colored Kid Gloves Respectfully D. C. M. RUFF. t __ ._.& 1J-I *. r\t Tntvn._.l Vwr.WJf .- -- '
'es yours U 8 Shoulders, BIJU CWWUUIAKv JbflWIAft lkJ.,Vk l. W. a. ,*M FEMALE 'COMPLAINTS. HTh

.tc Ac. TIe"L11TLEGIANTrecvedth FIRST Indies and Gent buck and Kid Gauntlet, CHICAGO, May, '-.-I have used 'Prof. Wood's 2 Plain Hams. proveroent* in this:State. # .

5- PREMIUM at the late Agricultural Fair% wf MiMoun.Kentucky. i October 13, 1855. 41 Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevents 10 bblf. Mess Pork. in store and for sale by.' Proposal will.Pet-ifl.tbe amount for which the test Female Medicine__..

Maryland, and other States and that in tbe,hair from coming out, give it a glOM and softness HOPKINS A MEGINNISS work .iIl be done the mode and manner in wbiehPS1rMDta 5 Extract of Yell Dock,aad Samparfilai h

the most complimentary iiuimer. The N x 2 Mill is 'Georgia Military Institute, very desirable. The few gray bairs I bad lave Dec. 1. 18515. 48BOllnets. are to be made wfietber in bind or money J. a positive, speedy mod permanent, com.,faran

warranted to grind ten bushels of feed per hour v'ithne MARIETTA.rpHE entirely disappeared. Others of my family have usedit or portions of each. Maps Profile and estimate*can complaint*incident to FEMALES.

I> hone and offered at the LOW PRICE of f 55.all! ,and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professes Bonnet be seen at this office, and any infonnation obtained by Its mild alterative properties, reader it 5 peenfiarTr

complete, ready f.r attaching the )rnrse. No S Milt endemic year is divided into two euions ojfive to be. HENRY A. CLARK,Michigan Avenue. addressing the undersigned at "Orange Mill Past Of applicable to the slender and delicate coosthwJoa

: $65. griuiU fifteen bushels per Lour, and N J hour with two horses.Addbg the 2Ctb of PKBHUART next and end on tie JiJ Ladies colored straw trimmed Bomuta,
fl 3. grin <.twenty t'tUlae11'per on rnor. WOOD'S 01lI& TAL SCXATTVE LISt lEtS?. M be received for constructing ,a Rail Road over the disease a* Incipient Cot omp ion.B rmmealecorrbce

S higl1an.. charges.ROBBIN3 19tb ifJiLv.The S This Liniment is s valuable auxiliary to the treat plAin"U black 4< ante ground. F..L.'DANCY orWbJt; Irregular Memtrnatioo, locotti-

1 BIBB.December Cadets ar. divided into four' College Classes.? ment of some of the most formidable disease with State Engineer, State of Florida. hence of Urine, and general Prostration of tb*systtB
white satin and li1k. :
:, 1855. 4S The Annual Commencement takes place on-\Vedoe- I which it is our lot to contend; for ,hi tance: iuflnma- blae1c" extra size August 31,1855 ,_ 85-ly It immediately eoonteract tbat distressing Bervec-
day before the JOtb of JCLT.ACADIUICSTirr.. ( ) *
lion of the I lungs and bowels. By n thorough and con Children and Misses ness and latitude edumen to tb* (ferns! frmt ,

THOMAS 1IITET tinued application of this Liniment over the regions of a a straw U Rnta. Leon County IronWorks_ and impart an energy and booyipcy,aa nsrjtMer M

Col. A. V. BRUMBY, A. M, Superintendent and the affected organ. the otherwise formidable diseases For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. they are craW W* have ,evidence sadie. wLi.h

JftNUFACTtJRER ofC>ppcr and Sheet Ir nI.VJL Prut of Mathematics and I Natural Philosophy. are at once'disarmed of more than half their terrors tk-t..bcrl3 in full All induces u*, strongly to recommend, tbia mecrJdM.'.
1855. 41 Establishment M now nperatioD.
W.\re. and detler in all kinds) of Plain and Fan ; CApt. TIIOS. R McCONNELL. Commandant of Cadets particularly among children and thousands of mothers THIS will be attended with and married people who bare,DOt beta bleued via.eff.

in i iDfiornli\l -thf' !tizf'n"I I ,and Prwf* ,> of Etigrineerinp.Mr. would with promptocs spring.Prolariut.
e! Tin Ware*, takes plen ore r were they allowed to speak, nil tbe and all work done with neatness and I r
.f T.llahas.ee and tile surroundinzootmtry. that he i it V. H. MANGET. Prof of Fn-neh and Ili to". eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united Whiskey Rope. dispatch.All
Steam Mill Uteri
kind of such Work Work fitting/ tie
now prep.ired to wait '
A Gin Mill Circular Saw ttanding. currd J
Gearing Machinery. ly > Jbtruit
Sugar yean r. Gvytotfi
Iwsiness. He also tenders his thanks Literature.Mr. and .OOO Ibn. No. I /
him iu his line of gUm from the very,jaws of death restored themto S Whiskey-: Kentucky Rope. Brass Yells Dock 4ltl '
tools, friend*, and tSe'pnblie generally 'er the very .J. B. GOODWIN, Prof. <,-f Drawine.Cpt. their former health and beautAguin it will be far sale on consignment for cash, or good paper at SO Shafting Pulley Hangers. Plough Castings. BanaptnUm: mfler fftryotltrkon

ItbVral patronage with which lie )ha heretofore beeN R.S CAMP, A .i.'L Prot of Mathematica : found a powerful auxiliary iu removing, what is gener. or 60 day without int-mt S.S. KNIGHT Casting, Ac.; ; .also.,Sugar Kettles! of. any'size kept ryh.io.t.kd.ilhWMthXST reti'f.
constantly! hand. All work done in sorb establishment -
fay.),Pd. aixl he ".- that a cvxitinuatioa of the same .\. CO.VNF.LL. M. D. Surceon. ally known as an Ague Cake or an enlargement of November 10 1865. 46 will on ., O.Feb.Jl.e,.
be done '
a*, to
will; b."arnated him. The Institution i is under the direction and mnn.Z& the spleen indeed in nil cases where the external application the and duiabtlity by a'particular the work.Competent regard This .eertifie that toj wife, aged twenty seven

He will *n tMUly keep on band a full supply of all ment of a Bard of Tnutee*. in conjnnetUMi with a is of service, this Liniment will be found use- For Sale. strength Workmen ia readings to year ba been suffering ander tb* shove cofopbat

tnrts ui Ware usually kept in an establihtm-nt of bis B' ard of Visitors appointed b? the Governor of the ful. always S put up for five yean. Nearly,all of.tbat time coriSaed to her
Ac
line of bu iiK* A full assortment Sheet Iron. Stat#. rJ"HE undersigned offers for sale hi. Dwelling Engines. bed. I hare for lour year constaatly employtd tb*
S rnor."OOD'S vKotTAW-e VAGIL LIFE PILLS Terms will be liberal a.ld all work done for
Shut Lead; Lad Pipea; Sh Zinc. Cistera Pumps By an act of the Legislature, the Inititution bus Bnsmm 3053. Prof. O.J. WOOD "'Dear M; .1. House nrd 50 acres of land)south 01 strictly : best medical talent thAt could be procured In this **. l.
May : cash order business firm in this
and a great many other articles too numerous to men been furnished with 140 Cadet Mu* eta and Accoutrement Sir As have used and ed for number ;, Tallahassee, on the Belle Air Road. The or accepted oo some tion of the country without any benefit whatever. I .
:- we seen u a Liberal for old Iron and
Con. S *, and a Field Battery consisting of four sixpounder of life House has six J large rooms. well finished;AT the premises place. price paid Copper hare also purchased every ioatraunt 'reeMcmended .
Vegitable Magic Pills we are Brass.
TO BUILDERS. brass piece and tw. twelve pounder Howit. years jour pre i i. a lubstantial out Kitchen and good water.- fur the cure of such disease. aH .1 :wtk ptrdworthle
recommend them the
S pared to to public as superior The will be offered on' reasonable All letters must be addressed (post paid) to
Tin Roofing Gutt ring. Copper and Tin Conducting ser*. property very **.; ..
to all others and infallible in the cure of the diseases J. M. SHINE TallabaMce Fla. '
Pipes te, all of which be promise to do in the nwt The Superintendent and the Commandant are gt ad for which the/ are recommended: '. This is one of the most desirable location in March 11. 18M. 10 In the spring 0(18481. induced t>y my ftierd

workman like manner and style, and of the best miterUl. nates of West Point and a* the institute i i. upon the B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albro, P. Jacobs, Leon County. For term apply to the firm of White to tryDr.Utiyaott'* Yellow Dock and Sanaparola.

on shortest notice an-I mot reasonable term West plan the public may be assured that i4* government Orb Buzzel, Spencer Sussell Edward Gilb r. John Sluiser. next door to D. H. Ames' Drug Store. P. B. BdOK W'S. which wa naed for four moigba.: After she bad aved

'H.bfoen. enrged f" the last eight years in discipline and course of studies S will be strictly Jbro. Lueien B.Sweet Elias R. Sweet John Hacto- THOMAS WHITE. it for aboat four week it wa evident to all ef w did

btMines at this place he thinks it tmneca.ary to reemnnend enforced. raft Nathaniel Oilmore James H.Pine, Wm.Johnson, Ju1114186S. 28. LIYIBT ill SIU STAILES 'she was improving and from this time she improved

hi-n'elf any further to the publ as regard TERMS: Johnson WIlliams.G. Lawson C. Farrar, D. Landers. rapidly, and rained flesh and strength,nab! UM c&-
lib mechanic but at Ute time he DR. R. N. GARDNER, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ease wa* entirely removed and she i ia
capabilities as a same Tuition &\N. Washing Fuel, Liglt Hire of Mu Paor. WOOD:-Dear Sir:Having used and experienced nawenjopDf

aisnree all that favor him with a call good work and siciana. and all other contingent vxpeusei,per cession the effects of your Vegetable Magic Lift his professional services to the citizens I most excellent h 1th. WM.MONTFORT

cheap prices.Hurin of five moflUiB. advance. ?112,5J.( Pills in my family, I will say that as a family medicine OFFERS and surrounding country. Office ,TIlE Proprietor would, We. being neighbor ef Wm. and Jutia 3foatlbrt.

removed from the old stand formerly known Surgeon' fee per annum $5. they cannot be valued too highly. I have used at the PattlOnD e. I his friend and in-k know that the above atatenKpt aa:jo the sickness cf

a* White Slusser be will be found at bis ,stand corIMT Persons desiring further ;information; can obtain acopy them iu several bilious attack and iuSamationa. and September 1855. 89 ; public that be ha rebuilt Mrs.Muattort;and u to the ear bjeeffected by

of lOif-xrt: street, where lie will be glad to wait of the .Regolat flo'" by addressing the Super. I will say that their virtue cannot hobo highly appreciated large Brick Stablve, at the old stand and is now "Gnysott*Yellow Dock and Sampar:a."to U strictly -
all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. to accommodate hi friend and customers. true. J kHZ
tn intendent. fur in every case they have speedily triumphed Notice. prepared EDDY.

D.a.2. 1S55 48Executor's ANDREW J. HANSKLL; Srcrelory. over disease, and hence I feel in duty boundto ) I -He also baa attached to his Stable.A good Black- SARAH POWEKS.8COVILAMEAD .
S months after date the undersigned Executor of smith where be will have have done all kind of
December 15, 185 ** BO-Sm recommend them to all They operate perfectly I SIX Shop. ,
Sale easy producing no uneasy sensation yet their operation Estate of John Shepard. late of Leon County Plantation work Horse shoeing and Car a '.otk in 111 Chart,Street.New Orleans

deceased will present his accounts and vouchers tIle best manner and with and dia- Sold Ge Agents for the Southern States
Executor's Notice. is thorough and I am satisfied that nothing more very promptness
fci and Personal Estate.If ;.
Of to the Judge of Piobate for said County,and asked to .
in most cases, i is than these valuable pateb.November wbomillordersinnstinvsniablyb.adike.s.d.tr
pills,
necessary
pursuance of a decretal order of his Honor J. ALL persons having demands against the Estate of to perform speedy and triumphant cure. be discharged. 5, 1853. 44 For taJe .t aU abs Drug&ore.ba-.._,
,1m late of Leon decelUled.ioelUttl
S WayUs lUker Judge, dated the 6th day of OctoW Parkhill County Respectfully Yours, dr.. ROBERT GAMBLE :and at one Agency b every Town ia tie Sooib.

A.I). IB&S. we will! offer for sale before the Court creditor'a legatee. and persons entitled to J. B. SANGER. Executor.Septembf'r MILES NASH &. CO. I August 18.1855., SS 6m

tioBM: door in the Town of Quiney. on Monday) the distribution are hereby notified to present the SAme 29, 1855. 39
O. J. WOOD A CO
4th day of February next, A. D. 1856. the following without delay to the nndersLroed Executor and Executrix Proprietors 695 Broadwav, New York., Dealers_ .in. Drugs,. Medicine, &c. Mist .Appr'Te l Cora Mill Ia.'(se.1 .
and also notified that their claims andNde tie
S are AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT inform their friends-and public:that : '
described Real and Personal belonging to STORING
property 114 Market Street, St.Louis. WOULD fif. OF the most LAH1ER COBS
mands with be bared at the expiration of two 1 band approved
y.araCt'Ordi on a good assortment of such
the estate of Oscar Fillyaw deceased. to-wit: D. H. Ames Tallahassee Fla. XKWrOXT.rpHE : the
Sabaeriberr This
Agent, 1UJ3I1LISfursa1.by
to the statutes uf this State, unless Exhibited article as are generally kept in their line of business .
,Twelve hundred urea ,laud, the greater portion February 101855. 6 Mills have been for time iaa
within that period. undersigned still carries on the above business and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their some thrucgb this region -
elesred. bejig a claim situated on what is generally O EO.: W. PARKHILL. Executor. J. in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for terms shall be reasonable. ,and lower part of Georgia,and give perfect satisfaction -

xn.wlI" Fprbe's Purehue.about. ten miles *est LUCY R PAKKHILL, Executrix. JOHN W. EVANS, despatching wagons. D JxAD Tallahassee 9th ,1953- 14. ,{riadiae with ease 40 boabela Del lbs rise
t-f.the ol Qnju Sixty-one Negroes of all April in the day Ten
town J. ages Decembers, 1855. 49-8iv Newport September 2,1854. 85 .with than the orffnsru, powsrap-
of whom ah..ut. r.tIT are prime working ban L ATTORNEY AT LAW. plied to it. .ne maker f att &bUd
,, Twd\8'DHQ f Jiuie ana iiorses S Notice. B.u BRIDGE, GEO New Goods. 5000Hide and every one warranted to givt perfect satisfaetioo.
,0ne yoke of Oxen., Wanted for which the
Call and examine them at 'D.LADD'8.Aprill1.1U6.
: Two Rni1 Wagons, SIX months a'ter' the first publication of this notice WILL give prompt attention to all business en HAVE received my supply of Fall and Winter r price wid be paid. Also.Deer U"
to his in the Counties of Thomas I
undersigned. lniiimtnUnr of the estate of care, .
Two Ox Carts. Goods (by late arrivals from New York, Baltimore and Otter skins. DAVID WILSON 5
Saturday. being the 9th Ijewia H. Branch,",deceased, will prMt'tht"ir accounts Decatur. Baker) Daugherty Calhoun, Early and Clay. ofler them the Tallaha
Al.tc.ti following! ( dayS and New Orleans) and to public on as ee. September 29. 1855. 89 Carriages Buggies and Harneai
c/F brnaayj.rnb-.ouoa.5th.liaatatioa: : above. and vouchers to the Judge of Probatr of Lena County February 17, 185k 7 tf good term'as any house in the city. In the stock is ,

de ribed : S and ask to be' discharged from their administration" embraced every variety of Dry Goods. Groceries In Store and for Sale. F.!' SaJ by .P. BTlBrvkaw.'HE .

Fifteen tundred bushel of Corn .fuidestate.S LONG & GALBRAITH, Hardware, Crockery &c. :. For the Ladi.. I have CASKS Bacon Sides S Subscriber ha*'just received

F\.* 1i' Dlli.nlFOOdtr;, 5S S i JOSEPH BRANCH.- )7S t Adm'n. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. beautiful assortment of Embroideries,Laces in Setts S 3 2 Tierce Ham, .very large applj .ot .GarnafM..Boggies .

Also a lot of atlIi.&e, ,JAIrn3aBRANCIJWDec.9j85. Mantles Cloth Talmas and Cloaks, and a few of th 2 Bbl.'Lard, and Batoeae, wbkb be'etenfor
LONG J. B. GALBRAITH have assoei-
f To ether with a lot of plantation implemo\U e-Sm' themselves in the of Law. : most splendid Silks everbrougbt to this market. 5 Keg .5 -5. sale'on the most reasonable terao
S otensil consisting of Ploughs, Hoe, and anrfcxeeljent practice They Planters are invited to look at mv Kerseys<& Blankets 1 Hhda Sugar 5- : November 18. 18".4'
will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme S S
QiD..w ith other article*generally used in carvjn&onalana 'Exe utor'sNntioe..voTICE before purchasing. "I.: HAY WARD. 10 Bbla Extra Flour "
,. Court and the District Courts of the United
.. *."*iTermt -** : is hereby given to all penons indebted to States at Tallaliassee. October 27, 1855. 43 :0s.F. S DR.; MILES H. HASH, ronzu
S /!'aY*.*-The land and Ifegroe *ri9*<)e 1.1 the estate of Jo ph Austin, deceased to make 6 Sacks Rio Coffee*

old upoi credit oboe, two. and three years; the immediate payment to the underpinned. '' .- Office opposite the Court House. Public Land Sale. 5 Bvxe Star Candies aua reorxaaioini txmvicxa TO THZ cmmta orTALLuusasx
October
28 1854.
IT jao
purchase money tn be secured by a mortgage upon And all |persons taring claims agaiust said etate, are that in. of in- I Bbls Molasses, airaaovxMx. ucstar.S .
the property and bonds with personal security,to be hereby notified to'preaent them within the time _prescribed NOTICE is hereby given pursuance 3 Vinegar,

\ approved,of bv, the Judge of Probate )the_,lame to by law,or this notice will be plead in bar of S MITCHELL & STEWART, S (rum the Commissioner of the General Tobacco, Soap, Starch and many other thine for ,, OFFICE with Dr.'M KaaLlzaoMdiaUrr autof tbe
Land office under vested in him the 5th
draw i interest from Uw day of kale at the. rate of eight their recovery. HUDSON MUSE. ExlV.Quiney I ATTORNEYS LAW authority by sale by S. S. KNIGHT.- .
For the oth AT Section i>f the act of Congress, Approved 3d August May 19 1855. 20
per erfrfwrtvlt; tarns nadef fifty'dollar*? fcash- ithnsovertbat 1846. we shall proceed to offer. at public sale, on the .

Amount to be secured by notes with approved S Circular Saw Mill Agency. JASPER, HAMILTON COtNTY, FLORIDA- 4th day of February next at this office the followingtracts A B CLARKE T..5. X.' a.icg.nsox. ,'WIIJU.D

i\vabl.twelve month after date practice in all the Courts of the Middle of public lands to wit: RICHARDSON &
personal security, WILL WHITAKER
and aW hearing InetamerUe' of interest from the THE undersigned has the agency for the sale of" in Columbia and AUchua in the East- Jesctin ofTracL Sec Tote*. Range.NEJ A ere*. MERCHANT TAILOR ,

'eyosls-! S .Herrick'. Improved Circular Raw Mill*. cnn Circuit and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. 12 48 IE 160.SO % Receiving and Forwarding Merchants .
consisting of three aiaea for 45.48 and 52 64 iocb
or
.5 OWEN L. i JAMES A. FILL'VAW.Eecuttirs Ma-ch24.1855. tf 12 N Wi. a It 160.30 DEALXX r* READY MADE CLOTHING .1. DGJ"TLZXBX'S I
Sav These Circular are decideJly the best in use, r SE N N ,
deceased. 1 160.30
of
0car Fillyaw FCILXISHISO GOODS.
baym several improvement over the to Page" t>r any N II NEW.PORT FLA.

S December,$,,15_ '_ 49. other Patent in use. TU cost i il about OO. $350. DR. LEWIS, S NEf Wi"13" 169.8S 160.30 NOW reeeivbg at the well known old stand for- Ausct4lb, 1855. $1

DRB. DAVIS' & OBBORN and f450 for v&ri"us aixe*.according extra carriage RESIDENT DENTIST. N Wi. II 159.82! S occupied by dark& Stillman a general

to., For further particular apply to S TALL HASSEE FLA. SE i N N St 159.82Swi assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing.Fumisb. Notice.SIX b

Surgical and mechanical Dentists, DANIEL LADD. N .4 159.82 I iog Goods CloJb. Cassimeres Veetmg, &'' min .
Newport, Fla, November 3. 1855. 44 'TS now inserting Artificial Teeth on the Lot.No. 1.- N 126.50 posed part of the fOllowing article: month from date'tbe ondersigoed adminiswa,

S pectfolty informtbe cit. S JL new and improved principle, with .4 U 14 0 It 80. Fine Black Drea* Frock Coat eo tU estate ef William Thotnpsoa,dfcMed-

S IiiMJUTOULD TaiUliassoc and.vicinity Silt Salt-Salt. continuous gums from one side to the u II S!: N Nit 80. Black and CoPd Single Breasted Frock and Ute of Leon County will exhibit her final aecon&t and
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permanently located here other without seam or crack. leaving no place for the I. St $4 Business Coats, voucher to the ,Judge of Probate for aaid Cooaty.
SACKsotSaltforsalwby '
4
and offer their pr\feaK ial services to the public.S .- 20 0 lodgment of food. thereby rendering them perfectly 80. 44 Fancy Caasimere do. do. and ask to b.5dn' barged. '
00. 10 a tt St N do _
Having availed tbentelvea of all theIsts ";1'1'e. ,HODGKISS. POOLE A life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, _5, 80. .- 'ftL.L __ I5 .. LUCY
Administnfr.S
November 17..1S55. 46 U a ", U .U MU 71. Diacx ana uotortp ueu Yttreo&u: THOMPSON. .
aakip.arc, t mmU--At.-\ \t /og preparod so a* defy II.. N U N 61. -a ;Black Doeskin Pant. : September 29.1855. St-a
:; PvpUl xwork in,all" it* vanoos liranche They will in Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full' It Fancy and Cord Caaumtre Paata. S
Manufactured Tobacco.I .
EiofSWJ If aN' W so.os
attend vpzz: pe n. G.d t4".f'll'feetmg Setts can obtain all information by leUer.H. a
necessary Black ad Notice.
Silk
'i 55 irregularities maki.tg Artificial Palate,directing see SHALL receive aomMOO Boxes of various brands will warrant,in evety instance satisfaction, and W i of S E i M 80.01 U Velvet Pansy Vests, '
.Faney do.
ond dontitioo treatinr diseased gums and inserting .. Mullen1 Manufsctorwd Tobacoo on consignment price to luit the time. Term Cash or when called All persona having'preemption right to the above .4 do.. do. Caabmerea SIX montb from date,tbe undersigned admlflistr-

any number artificial teeth fn>m one to a full eett, agsh tiiis season 100 Boxes now on the way out.- and, are advised to mak proof thereof and payment .Wbite lanaill m I the estate of William' L.Thompson oVceaedLlate
.
I oo the late and Improved principle witb continuous Merehauu will do well to bear this in mind.. and itwill for.June 24, 1854. 25 wfore tbe day above designated for the commencement I.lLSo do.. D.B.. of Leon oonI. till exhibit bia'final.

.: gums, thereby rendering them perfectly life-like, reatrtrinc be sold It'IWefthan, aame quality can be laid down of the said sale otherwise their right will be S S count and Toocbera to.tbe Judge Probate for aud
A fine
assortment of Shirt 5 5
Collar Cravat
the nx>nth to its natural fuloesa and remedying for from usual market, and on time to good par. & HOLLAND forfeited. 8. W.MYERS. Regwter.J. *. ,Black p County.ad'uk. to U disdurred
i FLOYD White and
Colored Kid and Silk Glove .
i a1!! imperfectina ia articulation and perform any other lie*. DANIEL'LADD. .W.ARGYLE. Receiver.Dec. self adjust "JACOB ELIOT_
S pCftl..*treat any ea e eonuected witb DentalJjavjiy Newport, August 4. 18i5. SI, Attorneys at Law. 15,1855. 50-8 iag Stock, Cotton.aad,M rino, Uoder-abhta' Jeans,p &pteber 23, 185, n.&a
Drawers.
Brown and
i [ Fancy, Cotton LU ,Thread i t -

: i *d aereral year* praeUce in New'Orieana.knd &JCB.aD.-T-. aiacam.., -- -CHASLK, -.w..-DOWVUQBIRCHETT ---.5- WILL practice West Florida in the and Circuit in the Courts Supreme of Middle Courtof SNUFF- -AND' TOBACCO.S i i of Hose.which White are offered and Colored to the Cambric public oo Hsndkercbkfe,rtwpaM term,all: .. ..

being gradn J *of the Ohio Dental College they S the State. Also in the District Court of the United 1 '
& DOw G
and
JlID I warranted*good a* offered.in this Jl&.-. .1 AbllSJdd.J "
b.p.t.o gir i entire fati&bction U all wbo may favor I States in the Northern District of Florida. PETER LORILLARD. Buskl
Call and
; examine.Novistnber10,1853..
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ATTOmiS IT OT fc.A6E5TS rol'CLUJ! .
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patrouage. R.J. FLOYD. Office
> A tbicola. Fla.D. STREET S S
, f To.4 2 CHATHAH HEW X 46AeLFISHER _
: walionlret; ind h.&rgcs ,abl dis< waited. .KO. 49O, Serenib ,fftreett .-P. HOLLAND,'Office Quiney FU. = 1ki12oe. ., S '
1 of P,t&GcnaGS Loartuu S $4 '
>
sE sttbefr FSIIeO .I if d..ft'd SUCCESSORS > Yt''G" "
i WASHINGTON OITT.TTITILL Dee.22. 1855. 61
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. ThoseS JeW_ ia t. and l the adjoinprpmrtljr .all kmda of SNUFF and TOBACCOS I. PruenBnsias; : .:

, [t Attended to upUD.Pift.ti"lI praetk* befreLb.. Cot&i of Claimand S Executor's in general we. ,Per particular, a Price CVnrmcaa ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. .' Nt '. ;
Notice
; 1lpdr.wulr, ;1.t.f4Or otberwie.' Term easb; or VY' prosecute claims Wore'. Coogres 5 and the *erral '. be obtained by addressing aa abova. Tbw .tall TALLAUAS&KK FLA. S '. .of p.iift ..
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, i reqnirad. Of8e allh rei.l nee-nrly oppo- Department 't SIX month after date I will preaent my final .. lishment U one of the oldest of the kind b tb*'United ]kea kip, .

w en the Chcrch M\. 'Street The best July f8. 1865., SOBERRY *and vouchers to the Judge of Probate* for State, ,. '.'Y" 5 .\\riLLprael)** fa the Coorte of the .JCddleDiVff .a. lae4aa43Ire'. S.
aite > -
Episcopal '
.; ._nf u"1M".. de--irtm.0 .*, ." : < Leon. County and apply for a' final disehargy,iron Feb.. 'IT.:1856.:. ,"'7.-Ty triet.a db TbetMO*nty.Qv>. 5 S S calf DooL '. -S-S,

i lbl. ;: .; 1at-4'. t>s S .R.H.' ;. the office'of Executor,of W.O. ':deceased. .T._ tIr *"" iotb*.Capitol. Jd. atoryf imnat.lov 11. .4 ,. ..' ,0 ;: ;" ''

tr"-r-r'J ": WILK CALL, &.. S 'BaconBagg1ug&c1U8Treceived : the room oftJae Qeik.rtJre$upres tenrt S., S :e.1IOf1lG.t.a; P '. .

;; It *., *%!'n V WOtlOO.Xbiw S Auctloneer/and. :Commission, Dee. 2!, 1855._a 51- m per 1..sinIva1s :from Nay Or- nli 1t.18U.. I 5lyS 5 5- .'.-''*_.,-.a.I.- -_- .a .f.r, -S

S d9aft T"
. 43aW;Tu V .Prel t.fcr'tb*Owtoty d JfiraonBWtetteM Ibey pffer'at the lowest cash prices: .. ... ,i'.fa."Y. ;,_
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: $5&
bf.dmtairtratwi.,tbveatate -of" CbaricaD. AliMAauot, Fla,Sept 9.-I 89 'VTCTICTC(f bmibTpm to aH creditor*, legatee, irCwka Useca10 Ua1Bizhr, ? a i .fII.
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S S MtfCTtllim If* talul4 Oonnty assessed.S .* > '" ; J. 1 S hod persons entitled to dZstritotmi.twit.<.' {0,BUa.:Floor. 1$:'Pl'Sea Lla.i.do:' .r .ft ( .S 4. O.ti '' 4 \\n; .{

S t -, It flLELLAW, ..S.. !.,S. KNIGHT ,S estate of Char!**Hecry Longwortb,oW'a<:bUAo< SO Ooflt*<&i I.t "lOBblatTewpcyt ;; -! r. -: S .. ",'' JI" U -1- ..-r. t U'" .",,

J.APlaD : J .. AUCTION HER fit COMMISSION MERCHANT. the County of Gadedeq,in the Sta e f Florida to preVeotftdr $ .ThorW1aS. '.: ,to'. "r. eiir. ANY ed.kbiwJt,cfLON 8JO&T.I'J'A.. (. fri ."'I tIU'.4. '.
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