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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: February 2, 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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SKCTIOX l.t:< B cz? cnrderiji th Sfnalc andHc ?? fR4presen.1 4 AMJ*- tho Trustees of4he Internal' Im- ..Having.been introduced_totie: neetinjf jbj I party, aided by patriotic Whig -'trbo fat4'j buGfrrC: t. I
\aAnof"\- the t'a State"' oj>*!ftoriajrin,*General" *" Asenblyjconten&l' ( ThatCijninicnciftgiDartbe pr&irEmentPunij Vreques'te'd. oflrthese1anda for sale;at such'pn; ; j been dfjven by lyaow.Nolfilflg enonnitws to d and went ou'-soon returned: thoorl.t 1 h. .

I all&st'IrtkTi r.ti outy'fGnd'den lingiii4,1bg i }nj4 fol c sh1id'andei'u 'regulations'aa'tn'eyiir'tKeTr wisdom'niay jJ ee/Bt to I thq. ajdentolj i the. Association,.J iiMax"rcO # 1iUItI1zh1 (mti\t. certainly saw ft*r"od ), s IfrfZIMni. eicIii.' ;

IoIinWbGaTi&trt'iz:' ...ArjaCichicola River at UblisTii an sOon,as possJWa. after the 4kle. '.fv the.State. to them has I well,said' c"*. *. it 1. l\'. -8< eIW-'Republicanism strike'at.tie "".G ;nG.i&k.. ;L k ,

h,pp&aL22&t. /\ ,Rock B1 uff pr 1 Fpderal Road[ strikes"J > .the;same:.,' ft, ,jefncoLifiFme4.: .. ;?. ,- 't'j\. .J. F .. Were I:'to attempt, fellow-eitmma'eve the I rights t :'of..uUierni citien j.iao-called Amerignbora
oJ rangIng thence tti.saIJ .Ro.1aJ the. 'llA eAt: i'hIb "same: fpwed tbeuSM\ t.. !7afi84ipaat6d. { :th.o.D.oelr: 10 semblance of. a speech of!more. thaa .few.words :canini 1. tkek atrg Y .9.Or1' General, "11f raeei tic. .'*ia
roueV1 tky 'Corqf rtl Cr 1ttth ric'e 'wn : id: Rber'to ''a place 18J .. pror..d. DoiemW.? 14, 1835.] ? 1 after all that has been so w.ellaoo< ; arid ctlialiaitizona. But the imminent "i" *L Z b LzA* lt-ii ". t. i

n w .'O..I'Ct k.' t1t '\ P.:d :Cr k.'t the mouthot( Black said! to-night t I should be. committing a serious fitly-! .'danger' rd*'c ee* from" fliejfbmThii' a "li"'fi' lfi ibMiM. 1 1Th

Mill Creek" :Thde "att'. :OcklAckonee River; thence.up : .j:4i,[: : ,.: blundjer. Yea; further, were I to attempt is seen'in the'facttfz.tinan"oftbaVpat. Jfii WMf TrUli oftt &' 1

_ill SUvor to the mouth ,r.Ot.kl ha.Creek; thence up sau! Creek' PreamU nd an expresftibti of the\feelings and tbe" reftec" .ty, who saitmetimas'&mijdrityinjize isaJ..i1vuv11JqI3y4q11IoI4.'... 1
k. p 4vU to .f1ItcJ.frq .-t"d -Nprt.h. to the; sock Bluff !-okl fldhtkv 'rod belecn t1, 'St. jTrihtji'River and 'TfewnkmTill iD the Long County tiona'which the.occaaion; n-the nphit,of this taokrof 1att r/eJaimiag* 'b. botaRepqblicana. ttu*. E y, ttuh and wofti ,, blnkshe f

FoJeralRod ; from thence, : along said.Road. to Rock Bluff on theftcnlcofa'Uivcr. of Aladwa and the'Uinemissloo of semi-weekly.tnailA over said route.HEREAS meeting have awakened,.1 should fail lamontably -. I ad ;Americans, are willing- 'tto or, ...' (. l .,. ,

.\ :% : Provided, Jm.rerer, Tlint nothing in this, net ':'Wnch in.the effort But I have .been so accustomed make, and hivemadetheir' American, party SotLclr_ ad So;,, $ let ii ih gt dqwn to i
shall hirno const rnVd-aY id'alter, abridge; or impair the boundary line inconvenience' experienced by the citizens'of the (or the last five weekslU train under but secondary and subordinate7 td : {beir'Re- ( 'wok*a'iMr'I'fj'6'thf' ".fll6d thn''

bf Franklin bounty ns 'established' and defined by an act"entitled Cotmties of DavAl.-Pntuam, and Alachuai- the Stale of Florida, 'the banner so nobly borne bv my friend publican. Not content with;perpetrAting one I editor In rid ,bv* w'M *' aVtkp thd*il J sbf" .

*' An Act to:chan e.and jestabliih the lines of Franklin ''County, approved .. residing the on and iu the vicinity of the'Belhlll\) Road, Jeading from from Illinois, (Mr. Richardson,) who addressedyou ',i injoslice'lhcy strive forthe bad pre>emtiteoe ,aii..th'Um.-..eot tU 'tim* bin, t*. :

January 13,,1851.JiVc. : :'-. : . want Sohn's of.mail,nito New'nammlle: |in .tho County of Alachua. inthe early part of *the evening that. of perpetrating the two togeth j. bJs&tJoy.' revel n.wf*t4.thti.{ p. ctepnj,OMino r ;
for faeibtte
2.: Be if"further fnqctcd, That.ll fchall! J be thai J duty of the i '.:. Andyncrcas, the rnr.il1J.r growing and fall naturally into position.in following him, may fail in. that,. they .characteristlcalyRrefer!} ,of thepastV.fj! iayJqr.i.mnomrn' i in
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JuSge of.Pfbbatc of (:adsaeu C unlv. to order an election to be.bold increasing} population of those Counties'! Wwceh. said points, call and i I: will, therefore,.T>ritflv respoh'dT to'your to concentrate their ettergifes lo, pefpeWting the.drenmy blisi oYl ehrymo"rWjr. 'We 'alreatiy'find .
for est.ibliihrhcttt of a mail ''toute'und' post'offices'alohg'said ;" I the end most' '. co *" ''\'1'T' ;
>s larger dangerous.
at the precincts, it 'which'the ejections have herctofore, been held, in.. : .call. tn'ntlo wfltd &qa18i."noff1aJf soIor1ng'
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: J line : And V1hPrcaS, the transmission of and. '
and
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ibe said tfoanty of Liberty-whilst tho "ftame 'belonged to GadstlooCoanty speedy intelligence There is more in'this scene'than' belongs tothe. these facts:arri'apparent/ ever ahd'diffleoJt tl is ftf 'rummage throagficooritWis

on the.third : Morwfciy in-March next, for all the County officers : ..communication is of the first importance to this aa well as other .pre l1t. There is enjoyment ,here/con. one .roust 'acknowledgo ihatJthe,issue which exchtngef And make seh 6rfona of ,-

that other County officers ill the St.aie.1iavi,; Said election to portions of the ,country ; Therefore, necting-a great name and a great event.ofthe j the J.Republican partX..preseQtss, to,be'" thp&rtuTiount rradabj. platter. For *thoogh.wJda ,majbu

be governed in every respect !by the 1 Iaw1f this State regukdng the Bf.it resolved by the Senate and House. of Representative?ofthr. pust with high' purposes; thatreachinto.thofuture yea, the vital one' and that it almstfrbeai'down The field, it1sOrneUn.f' i / ttn4 to b8 morn

! elections for such office in tii! other counties'of this Sjate, and the Stale of Florida in General ,Assembly c'onivned, That our Senators which cannot but inspire evci'y one who tbe Dcniocl'atlc party as being d.iffizt. ) 'ta.19 'o".'. harp'u, a'tboasard8trfdg

said officers so elected shall hold their'offices until the first.Monday and Representative'injConpress"be an'd'are'h'ereby; requested to pro- witnesses it with the most lively patriotic impulses. most inimical to its purposes against the South, "V.'adviset aU old bsteDel

in October, 1856.and until their successors 'are, duly elected and cure if possible, thb fstablishmiht'bf a mail route between said point's.ai1d : I am glad t ""JtsvIa'part in i it -glad and strongest to thwart:those.purposes there tort to tske afa: partner:> a.prttty yoaogla.

qualified ; and Jtll 1 tho officers elected are required to eiitt f"into: bond the establishment of Post Ofikes DanSelsville in the County to share with you the sympathies which unite comes into the field,aDo.th r.party which.de* dy.,sprinbtty and rai/!' and have.it onditlo -. r j jed I

and security for the faithful discharge of the duties of thfir offices.; bf Putnam.and at the Sand'Hills in the-County*of Alachuaand The this company in thq good, cause that bringa nounces both Democrats' and Republicans' in the partntnhjp that the, Lake charge of j:

Sr.c. 3. Be if furlkcr cnad d, That on the third --Monday transmission of 6emi' \'e kly mails over saidroute! ;, going and J1'u n'., us together-glatl to., believe that with Jack- and claims to be formed of known the true votarif' a the dvpartmentfOf "*.mafri jeaw an&'otlserra.atrhnonlal 1

March next it shall be tha duty of the qualified voters of said countyto .jag. in,two horse pos coachc .' son's uprightness and firmness and heroismfor of Americanism. 'This is the 12th itecas. j.

etact'six Corntnisaoners whoso.'t'uty it shall beto select and locate Beit further resolved. That a copy of this preamble and resolution our model, and with his democratic principles section branch of that party,and baa its chief, Iiii'O&i EdJUf i!
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the County Site of said County, and in case they cannot'agrco 'p'on duly certtfied-be! transmitted by his Excellency tho Governor to for our guide, we may honestly feel that : almost its only;:strength in the South. .. .; .. ,

a Location for tho same, they shall,order an.election to be'held"at all our Senators Representative in Congr u. it is our privilege to claim from the American Thus we have arrayed.before us the forces r SATS NZVZLLL ,
the'precincts in the county on first-Monday MaynexVfor the people that confidence in our which he of the opposition-on the one side the.Republican .
rrused the Srnnte January tl. 1625. Fused the House, December 1, party the other the American : ;- '. ..
;'on ; While -I-"
location of fiie same arid the place receiving the greatest number.ofvotest'shall'bfi 18i3., ApprorcJ Decexcber12, 18..J so euiincnt1ycornmanded. party Bow oflo Ws Wok when reading tbs 8. i, ',1.
>1the'C.unty Site ofiaid' County. r1.0 r might dlll; ng upon tho character, the in the Northwe are to' confront and battle An .JIt' r rould please if becboo**;;;* ,'J ', :,: It!'

SEC. 4.-M Be i:,further cnac'ed, That all suits now pending in"the deeds, and the fame of our country's hero of with.th.enemies of constitutional slavery,and .But jieb a paper &tkJ ,irbr the ofGadsden for the 8th of but will have there the. .only force for such ddty-at all Thda.lhia CiJcuit.Coart Coanty or against any person No. January; you pardon me, ut'SrCdr1d. ,
[ 5.J reLetrebd matt f "
or jer&ons.residing within 'Ihe limits.-of.saiq .County of Liberty, shall if following in tho path of others, 1 make respectable in,numbers,,and while, our party lT*t auif mat i fj lltbcr.a. pt otM*.<. ,

bo ,prosecuted; to.final judgment decree in the .same 'manti r. asthough J Rewlut.i in relation to.buoyi on tbc bar of Andrew's Bay. these but incidental! to the main purpose of would fain gather all its power in a compact And.kit you pcnii;fa jbor.stetcjdrakli.. '
and it shall the tho few. remarks 'shall bfiVr. phalanx to engage with: those enemies, it isa: \Vtill gf T. a feW'of togkdy wUtt&VtrUlt Lit UFi..t''pret S
this.act bad not been passed ; .e, duty ofafl \VREXE. St. Andrew's Bay iu''this;State is It is true that jou .
becoming Ian important wonder that in the--South efforts '
administrators and executors residing withiritbe limits of said county commercial_point: ,AND ,WIIEREAS, It is the interest of coiu- in the history of my State there are remem- I startling 'our r.o tJjWt&1r {" ,., .

of Lalrcrtr;costinue to settle accounts ofandwind, up all estates. merce'that thA entrance to St.Andrew's Bay be designated by brances of Jackson to'furnish me with ample 1 should be weakened by.a diversion necessaryto With pap.&Q Wnd.' du p 10 .l::1/ .
entrusted tb charge witl, the Judge of Probatesoithe' County material to illustrate the man and his'career! repel attacks:of the peW party. Jf it.were, XuJ,bajtilT gUnoingg'aJLU MW -
I /: and suitable that the channel .
placing buoys 'proper points a Rd certain the 12th section Aracricans She wow* itlMi]. witfi'a H,4r "
not < mt>
perfectly that
of Gadsden in the same manner AS i if this act bad uct 'been .passed.SEC. Within your own city, pointing from each .. ,
I should be properly ked..out : AND IWIIEBEAS, The depth ,of cannot win tht"\t fl'sitlglc one of 1' "NGmaniqat.r ., '
5. Be further enacted,. That the Judge ,of Probates Clark corner of the base on.which rests the immor- j' ;
,water over the bar nf .siidBiiy; being sufficient for vessels of a I this fe'Stesand'ilrc1f: u ddnCn'otbl1ixdfor: : Itbinkifl43uetr. .. .
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of the Circuit Court, and Sheriff, elected for'said ,County as aforesaid tal: statue that so fitly comm mmorateabis 'wQtb4v1'eYr$6mAnj.1;
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I large class,.gives assurance ,t that at no 'distant day n large'aud 'valuable will this there might be someeieuxe ;
shall keep'their offices'at the County Site of the same.SBC. will bfr carried'. Andrew's Therefore fame, you will find trophies' 'won'in her bbr deny ,) 7yIpub1is.L .jJ;:" .
at
commerce OP. ; the ,
0.' Be it further enacted, That the County Commissioners ders-the cannon ''c..a.pfnTcd"t ''Pensa 1 their ,orgauj2ationinthe; Sputlj.la: fl.rpodry r ADd tIei, "
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I Be- it resolved by the Senate and Houte of Representatives the" sence of any reasoaable hope of success.I1b-1. ,81.!te1es, An4s4g- .
'nfuid county shall have the power to lay a.tax on the property oftho of I which hold.their position'as. ehdafirigi, ; perpetual diversion the "of AmVtaIs,. .j ", 1&. .
Stale Florida in General That our Senatorsin they catfse people .
citizens;hereof not to exceed twenty-five per cent ou tba, .Statt of Assemblyconvened,- mementoes Ot nis connection with ber des among -Witbout end :., .Aeflz2.. .
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t.for: the purpose of building a'Court House and.ail for said Congress be instructed and Representative; requested to induce tiny. Indeed I'may say that his footsteps section'will be but'so"mucncfnjurT. i the vail. Bat'no punka, or'cooecrU, w'putip'lMrSocb -

Coinky: the proper department of the F ed ral Government mark out the upon her soilimprinted; there the seal which majority of the true men of the'North-*m.a' triwoa piper 1'otrcr'wdMt.r' .; ":,, : : I

chAnnel; of the entrance to St. Andrew's Bay by fixing, at .whose soundness atuipatiotUav$ as deniiii- ii-d-i. .
mNr > an early told of a: fatm-e that was to seize her from f Ia". sad Justas -
raia ti M Hao .JAJ'mMY1! 5. rUloJ the Senate Dee 14, 18S6- .
[ strated of late the nnd. r
such by severest tmta
of said be deemed mot
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". day, buoys points entrance as may weak depcn-Jency a distant potentate to ; bi is suag- .
DMemlc upon
11. 1658-3 =
.lrprmM. ; beneficialto that Governor be to .far idenced by the declarations we have, heard Is-obonr tLeJ lists otpal ssd-sg .
:' J. :: .cpmmOTceaod: requested ? tbe'digtmy of an equal: member ef our con- .
! :, :': '- ,. : :' ; ; 1..t." .'.' nish a.copj' ol tHis preamble and resolution to each of bur Senators federacy. Florida was his gift to these Uni- from .some"'of'them to-night, only igporance A.If Io va&ty b7i"" '.

I UujoT7R': 77-.-[No. 185.] and .Ripres ntative in Congress.TasseJ ted States. She is grateful to the giver, and and demagogues wiH question and deny. To Cireuu. ; 14.A.t ms'el4'
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crush them their .'
discourage or to by juaailing
A!?' ACT to cliang' the tame of certain. persons therein ctioDed. [ tie Senate, December 11,1 S55.:Passed the HOUM, December: IS, proud to have been transferred to such good ep.ru
1855. Approved,_December 16, 1855.] association. But I'shall speak-qf him in oth. allies, cannot be dope by,Southern tD ex -&; ,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted bj17c Senate and Jlousf. of Represcn'laliret connections and if possible the cept at the risk of,all that w, vital id ihttu.- And fioallj vodrn 'w1at. sditors .' .
improve
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of the Stale nf Florida in General Ass !lbl.l/ convened. That. What! fight the Democracy'.of"ib.0 North By pnotui piper bat fit t.WAo .
o with lesson
occasion his
from and after the passage of this Act the name of Brinsou Ellia.be [N'O. C.] a taught us by political when1 among them almost alone 'can we find I 8entiUMGt&lewmz Jadj.k'peb lip 1M psps'
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career and wisdom. ;read* bj Uie.li)Lt yf a dun btmuiw t .
and the- same i b hereby changed from Ellis to Rowemd'that.beklll Kceolution relative to the Military'ReserTC in the neighborhood of Pilatkx Jackson was thoroughly imbued with the men who at all times, here and elsewhere, at Andwoftdert 1111ul her adde.ed to Ia'Jtfli p ,'

be hereafter eatitkd to die name of Biinson Rive; and also of democra home and in the Capitol, not only profess bat WeN Krt writun tour br w.w"J

that the name of Leonora Euphcmia Herbert be changed: to tLat of Be it Resolvrd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the spirit of .has Probably had such no confidence eminentman act the principles which recognhe.the equalityof "W,u'. prtIJ aid wjttya elr. 1 r.: .

j Leonora Euphemia Fenemore. State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That our Senators I in the people our conhtry, and snch steadfast reliance in the States and the equal rights of their respective -..&it fee stops,I'.i in alarm! kt the*datrllual-r.'. !
wrd..p b.t
in be instructed and Representative requested to '
Congress our use citizens. it 1
Pasted the Senate. December ISIS. Passed the Htuse, December, and of Strange as may seem,
[ I 1 the correctness safety their ultimate .What. pity tn ,._
December 1555. their hest'eertinns to cause to bo removed, from around tho Townof there is preparation for this, and by men, too And Mr. .. ,
1 Approved 1 4 } . decisions. If he seemedjat any time to throw' now, :Editor. '
i Palatka- this State, a certain Military Reserve there existing, .
; whose that .U
.. himself in conflict with their wishes, it was rights Democracy are generously WaioNCID ,. .
and to procure for settlers the right to pre emption said lands. imperilling. themselves to protect and defend; What ifxttliei Lad l1.t I
because with conviction'that he '
a deep was And .
I .. RESOLUTIONS. [Passed the Home De,< eml>er 12. 1855. Passed the,:'Senate.December 13, in the right, he feared not when all was understood i We see, then,.what we Lave to db, and .ern.-'o ,' 'AnJJgw4ihd D;Elawiu-,, ..
U35. Approved December 15, 1S5.] how we must dispose o'ur fonfes to't meet epposition (
by them that they would hesitate long B"tispatcli; Tomateb
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t- ; -: ; .; ". to sustain him. With sympathies intimately .. -"We have a 'good cause-oh But 110 ikftchea .rtie? ttAt t esn see-i' \

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; "* tensely conscious, he felt himself as embody enthusiasm as. tho glowing 'eloquence of the ti Krnv poiticia who *Uh.dlgaitr rlwrsi' ..' < \ \

1. Resolution" ia re&reoee to a Nvra1' Depot on Amelia I"'UoJL"'. Resolution., asking Congress. to establish a Post Officfl' &t Free Port in Walton ing their will in his,, and he rose with that feel. gentleman from:.Georgia.(Mr,:Cobb) was presenting AjuU( La g l le1f1L uvtr LH IH.. : .
Takes !
County. theusesand '1e.ve of hnge.pinch of nuff btu I.e pr'r li} *
that
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The I1&rbo .Aoaelia.Island, Florida from.it ing to a self-seeming independence and a .caUie. Then the
Wtzu gran.
easy nc- open* ,ftfper std lti'or.tv rttwU ":
and iti it-and ba..ogood
ss, great depth of water secure,position and remarkable healthfulness Be Resolved. by theSenate and House of Representatives of the deur of resolution which no merely personal our country's hope we Ofb.ecbe ,, '. Of Senate .' I
presents unusual advantages for the establishment of a na- State of- Florida in General Assembly convened, That our Senators endowments would have enabled him or any men to lead:; a cause which sh duld in- AuI speehea, OfHonie/ ".
and in be requested.to.use their best efforts ppire1 the people everywhere 'with earnest feN And f g1l'OrraiI. .' t
*sl 1 depot, being situated midway between the capes of Virginiaand Representative Congress man to reach. As the leader of men on the way ,
the .establishment of >a Post Office at Free Port, in the battle field he in himself the vor. quicken In them incentives to. patriotic ReportlA.Dd'! :ti ;
I the capes of Florida,and'in the vicinity of one of the best naval -. o procure gathered courage An* as lie reads the) lust column uf war .
of Walton and also extension of the Mail Line a distance action, and rouse them' -unw(ted efforts, wiya ;
districts the United States County of his followers and hurled..it to victory. What a kind of editor
store ; ; strange opt"'tbt-t
*a>aIf /
efforts in behalf of all thai fs''dear :
Eucheeanr.a said Post Office Free Port. being to
of miles from to at Tbe
fifteen As the leader of men in political warfare, he i"lQd wn &orift to ..
priat.
Be It therefore rexolvtd by the Senate'and House of Eeprrsentatite freemen ; and men .toJ lead whose high'devotion 'twould do :: i
'" -Passed[ ike Hnnne December 12.. 1855. Passed the Senate' December 13, shrank not from the most' daring rencontres, ..any good,J wuutdgw.. tL'biL.Now .' i
of ihclSlAtttf: Florida GenerallAttembly'convened: Th'at to. principle, whose, capacities in -
large '
1655. Approved December 16, iS5.k because there was absorbed him tho bold. a prim old mAid the eopi '
our Senators and, Representative! in Congress be requested 1 to use :' ness'of the masses on whom he relied. It'is statesmanship, an.1 l whose just and. liberal And hotdog' 'r.lulJl ;ff paper(from her t.iVrf '
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their best.exertions ,to procure the. establishment, bf a* Naval> Depot here, if I mistake not, that we learn the secret views, of public policy, eminently entitle them ADcl freq1aeat* *"* "*M"*.t' "d-leur. 0
at such point on th ,'liarbor cf Amelia Island as may be deemed most [No.8.] to'be the rulers of 'a free 'people.1") Whh She" p nie"al 14..1. TfFY .m ;<
of his political triumphs.81a11 '
suitable for that'purpose: these to sustain us.. shall we not tifie the field 'Th.man1ies- '; 1ri--:- ---_.- .
make for the benefit of JuLn L -
CongrcM to
Resolution an lesson
. riling approp'iatinn we not tike this to heart, fellowcitizens .AceidQ;I .aCI .Ur'iJ"
[Pined the Stinate.I5eenibertO1 1853. TftsseJlheHuuee' December' 1 I'U .. \ 1cLe of. .the State of FlortJa, County of Oadsden. r. The time is arrived when everyman I confident that a, great triumph awaits our Ssici4i. .tu fn', 1

Lpito.d D.ceinbertd,1bL] 3 ; .WnE.RJA.S, John L. McLane, of the State of Florida' County of ,of us should put on this"armor .( Jack- party ? I venture lo answer for my own Stat. D- It 1 !
that the people will do such duty in this crisis AIH! finkbiup, wooden what( sort vf. Wuod.t
; Gadsden doth affidavit show that the 23d of A. D. sonism, and forth to the country and j
by on April, go as will entitle them fo a pron'd record Tb. whole of(Iie.conuaunitv It urid'<;
1840, his residence was attacked by a band of hostile Indians, that arouse it to a support of the cause to which their brethren: I feel that I 1Ii further among To wpport'pap r ho<. print Is to iUilT: 1!

.' ,: t JNo; 51]. ., his.wife' and children, in attempting to make their escape by flight, we are devoted. Oar party is the. party of and answer for tho.whole South,'y that'go, hdwever -. St*wcoderit bo v wntoe ptopie nufk at.aX. .

Resolution in relation to Claims on Cotiprees military ,imices in.lB were overtaken and inhumanly murdered, about which time his the people, and, it is our faith in that fact. misguided miscbieyous seekto Next, an aufcty WnboU*. **&*'.tor'(ami, .
lis'eS; after which the Indians which should erabslden. under every Adverse onay Tin ruined '- '
by the State of FJorida. .nephew succeeded.jn making lpe, r. ray.laicem aia.lA.o.tf'! ,
". ft ; check her course,besides overwhelming all '
'f finding themselves i'n'possession, applied fire to and destroyed ev- circumstance to 'renew our appeals to ?o many raiiU' a ; r .f1rli frd nf t fo.';< .[ :
'rU&u..u of A D. 1849 the Seminole Indians : such, she "jR give'to'her ""natural allies"!i of Lftok hwe at Mii "Bmhtt ,
In the moth .July, the their good sense. Whatever temporary de- dJIe441 torn ..' .
,the limits State the authority .,cry building on. premises, containing-much vahiable'property, the Korthemf"Democracy n support Vhch"will 1 You..e nwde "."Ar'Ejna t ..'rei .
been
retained within
wbo bad of this by feaf embarrass assured that > I..Lb'1.
scbed le 0 which is hereunto annexed, and by the additional may us being they 'Dota1kufii :'
a _
also strengfh'en them for: lI"nlln" a&dujathit 1
of.the' Uniied States; and.settled uponlinds setai and marked 'testioionjr <>f'tho. nephew and others shown to-beeorreet : There- I will ultimately) sanction oar views a&essential It is trait of herVttrTorffet a sure'victory. Y poV an"v-diu>r,".if,but to teat taid'i...-1 .
friends
with boaudarier by the same anthorify for th exchisive occupation to the welfare and prosperity of .the, country, no true. i
.(ore, / I and Shall ]luivebeard and The farmer mpUina; that bV'bip. .* !
made murderois awl hostile assault--tipon the people and .tbeifown have but wfe'cnfferfpeople ( 1 n ri ud. ,
and being really we to '
as ; Whil
territory..of.this State,regardless..age.or.sei*killing some, wounding Be it Resolved by the Senate, and House ofKepresentat. of the exercise the courage which in ji like case the considered the facts which correctly exera" !1 tSted.M much: 'time u apfirt.ia guwiiat"w TTbTa i I

..odwrs,. and aestroyinga large amount i: of property : .AsroWBE&EAB State.of Florida in General-Assembly coma'il,:That oar Senators iron hero of New Orleanjj would have exhib': plify the past and J present jof different j party. 'V.l *">' t'
The Biiuiitcr
In C9nsequence of the''said Lost_ In\'asron':of the Seminole in Congress be instructed and our Rtp clJtiti requested.to obtain ted. Let us do our ty boI3Iy and manfully, I relations and purposes, they'.wW, at with one And not to much aiya waited it slinuM.or,btit1ierrH&.t't.,pjatUrj".f 8UU-' :

Indians, ihe inhabitants of the (r nti r' djaceDt t> the Indian fromthe.GeneraJ.Government such an,appropriation as will compen- sparing no fanatic lii i\.heresies, no Know I impulse, carry her .(Q ,waid to ujhQldthose And ilwuaanda f-tU". ppIizt.Fe pa1. beQ .
and defend (orti.1la1ions said McLane. the loss he.'has sustained.fPal&J'th friend O future, then,'glowa'with brightest WBfch rditor-s bac i
lines were compelled1 to take'op arms, and erect pensate Nothing his oaths, no demagogue his arts, tb hn to *,,M'*..
,protect their families, themselves and iheir r'propertjuVxftwuesExs !How "Dewnber 11.I 1855. Passed_the..Senate._ De !mb r 12,' no erring politician'his oracles, no enemy of hope. Not only will" Sehastopol fall, but Bat tDe worst 6f it *.tb 1 .Tl}4n aM' : J

,The.said,hostile. insarrec pnJftb. Seminole In- .1855.. Approved. DecwnbW U. 185&J] -.- democracy his .weapons.and we must and along,with ft.will go down every fort that obstructs I Satbs ps p f as dJ U,fco caa'opt'.*Alsrot. 1fIiS. .

3iani-was suc'iai} i invAsion ;as against i which.the Constitution* ;: Li..' will come-out from the ficld, of the approaching : jhe onward march of the;:legions mar I A': EABLV'IraiaKo-2tfTwaa( ; '-.r' 'f f f&titb
led .
shall d. aqd times
the United States r uirei7tHogoverntnent; ftiereofto protect orerjr i.: : [ o. 9.] contest with flying banners and. a glorious .and Madison, and.at different by that illuztri,by chieftain Jefferson dlii li 1'.e.tOG[. i ; 'dlafiitii ) ,IIII ; 1
State AXD wnntfixs"Tiie'iState'of }1 has.racogniredi the victory.What. aaid. 091'1d'1. 1h.1Uh.rcia *
claims r; aerVtces'rehdered" that occasion by various iaJiv; u-" ResoJutions sskieg'Cungrea to hasten tbe tvfnov&l of the Semind.Indians out of strong occ isbn we have to exercise .in'honor of whose mera'5r/we' are'now'as her.fuJ.j: 'ur NK ,

ala j rvieea w i ovglU 16 have,been rendered by the! GoYern--,. i our State. a Jaeksonian energy in behalf of the cause sembled, and, by.PoIk rand Piercelegions. from the lockup J *' twsjt a. s6rrY day xekastiL w' ", J

mntotbeUciLdStaLcFherefore, 1'.J'. ". and the party he so fondly cherished It has now, eagerly.awaiting' the day:.when 'iri;ino- io''iL J_ ihe nIrt'\1.'" r '.
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and the
Be it resolved by the Senate House of Representatives of I the and mightier contest.they .show' to Ie. :
Bis"*it mdcedbylht Senate' ad,Itausf Representatives of hc&ate &' .Florida in General Assembly contencd. That our 'Senator. been borne .dowri.for a time,bv an extraordi the aorlJ'that they_are stUUnvfncible may :. 'a Thi .f i; e1f(.t&ti "t1MCW' I

ofFInriia: &itGeacrJ1.ezbl< $ convened.rHi3tat&* i ': it* Eicellen' be,instructed and our Reprtsentattye be requested to use.every pro;. nary combination opposing elements. With r .In conclusion'; after'tfiankrag" for* n'e' darJirj., '' *tbe_:_,. j"7.'?" 1t-.JOIiniII sSW' ,
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vj wejGo\ernor cerSfy a tatcnien'l crall'moneys picl and.JLSoSuned) '1 n-.pR' h.U'it"'t1J 'Government -o'f.the.United States i ia and.:.out of freesoillsm- and;KnOHr-Nothlneigm.combined attention have '' 'J let that "uith. */ ,t..tc.dd. .:1M.al6.'aitw"_. t&.'* !
'given -- .
patient rae '
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to be l bf or'senicGfrefept, I UIri; il : 'Scaiinble; Indians of" ui waning it.in the North jt.was unable a yon ; we tim t1iat U.w ,' / -.1
pii3 4)jttfievStite FlbfTdai'W-aecbmil : I Ired Congress, to hasten of"the out" upon ask if 'could' point to better evidence ottnat r'L5',; .(. .
.nh'p"tt.-t3 th lGti 01jjainiifjrwrarj( the aame tour.- HTftt. 'I' 0& .1 ,. : year ago .to !resist the fearful,.onset Themighty unity of principle.and xjf :purpose with'wbich tha6rstdlupp.. era mw.na. .1&' .I

ea&oe.d: Beptilint&tire iebgr ,' rejiereby-requested"I- ;Be'it'farther resolved-That thto r 'jGbvernor be requested to forward power it h'as'recently eathlbiteci.as,. an our party is prepared to approach: .th* ; %erytlay ["-"J..t.and h:'enetiiatit ., .. Zda ftIWIC 1

I toln 1rfr..I appI tQ.co $*,9rn "PP P!rWi@R4.0* : to' oof Senators! and-Represenfative in,Congress,each, a copy.of these earnest of its ability reinstate I Itself; bids us work before us, .tlmoJi jtiDjra in. the.great fact, dcferhartgod-: H1 ..;,

Ji t&te.of[| ridAthe, ir' s>'mcurfed in this respect__ resolutions and the acconipanyjng.."port.. ', go to our..labor..wit1t"hopefafrMOlatlo.o" ; \ should. 16 > ,
I all devote T' hdJ.a
the vigorously '
(- f tai1foue,4Deee1bejJL more r"'Il'
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t.l..t. -1S t-e .""'1% ,1.4'f7 .. ::-_tf.r1 : i first duty in the coming. JIH 1l.rilP'U t ; I "" .J :
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.t e rca u:4 t :a .b t.cl..rl tf 'fnJt -1 155 j .0'. I '; : i regard. ecI % die i n 1iatfjhJ j oj _'1J'e. al J'' t-' ..L.Il'I. )1 fl'.a .i
g atb UMJ 1wr. aliiT SHJtJT J .fl. '[No-iO.J't] \ nig t I and.tI' M' ., ., : t tit If! chairman of the jatzonDemoqatiExc'P- ,
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r *. S": & c.: DP State. of Florida iai General Ass.#y convened, Tha.t.por 'Senator bat"Just come from tnVtrork= of&h> .I,ity. ;* f I"'ts' ..raernly Lt "J3vij ,*<; i er; ''e' r Ot:1.J; rw il : tk--

: t..1Wii".i19M"eatllV r. 'edW tir_ ..J.-IM foli, c4jx S p( R. _t i ai e**.teq .V if ed'fB p*"ti tbpfrmnee1Port tee assures'fts tat ft Ope i .under regular:and jkli VI. t4 6to1S'1&UQ maG. c.pu{ .OD"t' ',' 1. 'bfilffi.'JSiJ '4 .; .TiO ": I,
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die = : HaJsote erection or a Iiiht Iti "t. "r zeirth tq & erstnd' clearif I It'peiTtflIdtW i iAui***..fcw- to do; &* .. t .I '! *: i v. -.r..A ...'.. ... r. 1eltfT i
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the Cmoai; thrf afattl and in J't I 1\ .
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-w or A L iiit. t: ..' \r : ... !. Cir. ..Wt1b b .,that. iks: cn tBth nit,'we received a. cola Adcertisfr .an be H&&&* Patriot, York, c\'Jfetndy..etddMir) )1Ut44% iai! more oa account of thfr
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j4itn entire,patly ::6 k4-, $ 1ei prom't1aIr ll"Mlrl '
.eon fa this CSt1 K ;1dl 't A, ., :thae tote .'. east ,y.Mr;' men engaged in the discharge of mittarduty. ;;re writen in a moment. prexcitemerit,with-. .: \ ,253. > the; ,prwediqg year., political, Med.,apphd ,d tlmr ,.r lueid

fife Aldak,.. iti.l j'iJk. :J'' m .i;'. ":"oa: cpgeged- .Vi'ith: .; ,-,: ,r? anyjdeKberate i purpoeoito .do Jnjuaticetoeither L'J :" '.Jt II-dimioationL<)f.- : ,rit _

._n .. 'Tt'! 4Uieans iar endeavor* to Jelectthe. It is in our judge eot,..the. very,,con lorn-j. of the parties named. nevertheless 184,230. The greatest falling off .I I* fo,the .w If t! 4ot.!. "r
cJ. ; & that
& mation of : ;to tfwy-nave :doWsoj;fa charging Gov. German :Immigration, tat .arrivals from
e".1ior. .a J.,! ;!. ( very embodiment*I military hiipolencey"'and folly;: ho w.v rri thick a.abi. c .
: Pf: and Broomo with having been 'influenced by-nn- e :arnotfntingT to"'bnly'51#8Tragain**. :
1i' 1Tp. l iifrtathisiiifla fije""Spe4frchair. > rely on regular 'soldier to capture, remove country .CouiderecJ.- p.pvta4jI'

t Ilnd DP\.Hop, f@ _! i It fta* these orefragtble proofs of.an these:artful. :and' .'desperate J ,barbarians-.. ." -;1 wbrthy consideration !D. the disapproval 178,966 in 1854, and.the Irish analysis exhibits U r _t.ii.$ f'r:,: pn rc.....: ,. d fJ

11.r'IJIj afpie .: !-the C n tntional:T5ghtpf:the who Aur.only! ,the. Qoeniog riflo.ofth .frfti.:1 Ae Resolntion passed by theJat3Ugislatnrewith : 42.DJO"d .tba-PU&,1W'- agat4! { miiEe7t1i' 1 ''

Te 9 .! .. i 8tb; ,that:-induced Mr. Paru thsa.4iin. ,tier citizen, ,andregitldneu'4 i iODt .reference. 'to. the secession- of West" for'flOp0rMl9flW4 '.\t 83,8o in 1854 To the reproach of 61 w! Wecaf
". '. 'f ida,,and i its the State of free I land and this i enlightened agvir Y..i i rd4o.g.
,intflitMt ,. ,i p b d'wM-erfroliasari-to4e; ; emp&the slow/and/ drilled movement c> : V *%4 fi > I; ImbVtd1M varied ekmenU or ,
Mr F FoDer'a of'the 'confl'dcnce the regula t >Milder. We advise'the VyarrJDetnartment Alabama.: Whan this. Resolution wa pre attribute :this remarkable falling off to the .
*; noanco ,. nnwortfay. ? icg tiies. The .artkti &intait.
\ Invite;oar Tea&rs to er- ,'Pee: : '. and h'tmrywid
a ,! riot of' the-S" uth nJut. of the to emplov'at oncea! :.sufficient! vol.- sented for hi* consideration, the question very knowledge Bnrop*; of the existence of a political
on{be*.first page,.deJrfered i ith uticuoj: wbqle :UDio, '. J XL. < r--l. an leer force- to penetrate *every+f ', portion* of naturally and properly arose in his ,mipd, I l organization injthU country, baving'ortsbu1i ,:wblch! t J; Jrafted.laowl
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f 8A-Jaiwary-latj: 'byCefc Ab1.dL : ever .gratifjmg to.the frirad of Pres1dPerc
< ; < ;;: : ; .. ., ,: . .their! country, and expel them nolens tolcnt., whether. or tA_ majority 0(' our whole,people 'the most Incorrigible antipathy ; *
;;:: ;. 'T -,' -p '..:;: Tallahassee. a"' .SL'V,Maw' "aU Road._ : We have enough'young men in.'Florida': ,,who were,in favor of, the consummation. 'of so Foreigners :.because, 'of &b (rellgioa, and ., are the leasi jmportaaf of its'Kerjfe 11j.

: Bicbtriswi$ ''.4'Wr." ; 'Paller.;.:: ,:' .31is' road. is undergoing reconstruction in are eager for the pursuit, and we sincerely important an event a* dUmemberment of: trans-marine birth The free and I 'unrestricted these an .mechanical, Bat.the so4 pefisVeal /,.

4ln5 ftelatilssarf.rftgSentlT.el 1 is'particle 'i''die"most substantial RWint;. The:roadbodhaj hope this |policy,'will he adopted t and'prev nt : tb ir State. No indication_ of such'a desire, exercise of conscience in religious matter ground taken and the masierr/! maniin ,

5astfra'tfhg"aomp.ari; on t" -->.-' ;been widened!.for' t8.r ntire length,and. the another tedious and expensive 'War. Our eor- had ever been given,to influence'Liz Excellency being one of the most valuable! 'privileges ,I ; which they .are supported, eonstitaff..chief ;

above najned, rtfcmen,.a 1TecetIyeIpicu grades,and.curves. .of the old'track,have)>e no '
five view oC.,1he. .g i-- tr \ re'pndentsso's... : ., . : ." a movement enjoyed by a .ntlonallwing;
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,(in,tbe.HojMMp( : corrected I and ..Vedqc.-: CroBS-tiej Qfjsaperiof" ; 'r) ;i'-\l.; \ have just received'a'lettcrr'.trom; lf Fort which we have reason to kn w.mct'ta'itb, surprise that the oppressed of other lands question of'fBipott with fore tf jfcninenta ;.;

tatrrw,wW-ureftmicc-t-e,the agitating.subjectof : : tfmber-are the'ine'of road, 'and .Vfjers, communicating the sad intelligence unqualified opposition, both as a citizen have been frightened from' oar shore by the especially ',Great ,Britain, are .btlkt "

Slavery! ....:.... .. ..' : '. "fW' ,I--. ..wroneht-iron"t 'eha"/,- -: nd:si ptkee.6te- ? ; best of the murder of five more U. S. loldie.-; and as an officer. And those who, know. his : inhospitable_Know''f othihg blast,that,have with fearless moderation, yet nrinnet*, wm

WYe&.c e miDJ-ACYFf11 'cia1enk&! to, quaj tiii hjibeen i landed {St 31 ark";; nDogJr'tb' Which occnred on the 18th inst. d devotion to the whole State, will not be surprised so fiercely blown from them. The. American dom and truth and while the President fan? "

contrast; the jriewVof. 'Richardson,. ...And. YuU:,.. $:,. '(-" ,,",whol t. roXd.' Two\. 'thousand. tons of r There were six.men si-nt out in charge of to hear that ho could not. sanction an public have-had, .fromtime. ,. to time,:truthful appreciates the importance of bur -prwent' ..

and 4libOWCOfldt117" l that oqihv" .iron ;rails were purchased during lust summer, two wagons and twelve mules, and while out initiatory act, which, when a accomplished in but fragmentary and disconnected evi! ncet friendly relation with Great Britain and deprecate

1.\1' 'iii4 paramount qoestion-of 1 very. Col.lUcnardsm. aitd; 1420 tons'have beea received.- cargo about four miles from Fort Deuaud, they were .confonnity with the views of the projectors, of the daring plans and nnphilnnthropie! object their.disturbance a* a great commercial

is ,quite as reliable a* ]Mr. Follcr waS ship-wrecked, on its passage" from Wales, I Attacked by a party of Seminole ludiaue would redound to.the detriment of the general of Know Nothingism. 'In the 'foregoing and social 'eolamity ; yet that great mar*

-wilh i this difference,that while Mr. F.'has..but covered "by insurance, and has* been and tbe Indians killed or carried prisoners weal of Florida, and the lessening tan/0 statistic we have a very' 'distinct indica ititoe power i is distinctly informed' thgt'ber' '

teen a. rceognbed. freesoiler'up.to within i. promptly reord .mt."-The roP.r&ils are pf the five of the men, and the sixth'man" made'his of her not unenviable position in the great tionorthe selfish and unchristian purposes of conventional stipulation with the Vnfid.

u few*.weeks past" and has only but.recentiyt T pattern, weighing 60 'pounds' je.i:rard- i escape to.JPort.Denaudbut; he. did'not get confederacy of State an organization which threatened at one time, States must be carried oat in,good (faith,.syma

ken.a National position CoL R.has, during weight* unusual- at the South, and perhaps off dear for while he was' running he'Waf- Gov. Broome is'also known to entertainthe to subvert all law, to impair aU moral obligations at the kazzard of tear and its con qaeneevr

tbe% whole of his political life,1:>een'a firm and greater than was necessary.. And we' hai shot in the that Pensacola is destined shatter. There can be but little doubt thai. ..!*** ik. .'
Leg. The twelve mules wire all opinion, in many to our republican institution to -- --- -
BO.wavering\ opponent Yreesbilism.: In his .the further satisfaction to'announce that track. killed on the.spot,.the Indians shooting diem. respects to be the great city of the South, their foundations( and to shake society all message 'has been 'fully considered by the

first ezpoitIonmad on the 12th_of January, laying was.begun last week, and is now steadily through the, b ad. .. if not of the Union;; and while he has labored, ramifications to it* very centre. Happilyfor British Government t come salutary change of

I in response to, certain interrogatories ..progressing. With a set of laborers and will continue to labor to bring it and all our republican form government and its tone in her South American policy .Wrnu1t;

is. pounded by :'a gentleman from Tennessee; wholly new to the business, and in a season MessageonKansas Affairs. other Western Gulf Ports into connectionwith I priceless treasures, and happily (or u* a* a and satisfaction for her .indecent attempt to.

Cot Rl avb a flat 'contradiction' the Sen. ofuimsual severity, the progress will: not be President Pierce has communicated to Con the other Ports of the State, he could I constitution,loving people, the dark threaten recruit soldier for the Crimea within our-ber- '

finer charge.relative to'hi. belief i in the conftitutionalitv rapid-at first, but,we are pleased to I learn that. gress a 'pe Message on Kansas atT,r'.- hardly be expected to acquiesce in a measure ing clond upon our political horizon is fast den. will doubtless be mad..

r' *the, \'YihnotProviso.'. ., 4 :. He experienced. judges pronounce the work to be his short and expressive, and his views o! .which, when adopted, would transfer it and <.disappearing, and the exposures which appear The. ground taken Lj the President.upon <.

denied the titatioqalUy ot that m'easure/ done in the very.befit manner. It is necessary the past history of all that has occurred in them to another State. We appeal to the in the democratic pressof the country will : the question of slavery, and kindred question .

and stated unhesitatingly, (we quote from the to connect,the old and n'e'\V \vork for the daily tTiat: Territory, eminently cOfs'nntiVe"411'd"correct. respectable Journals named, and the sound we trust, be l long and carefully preserved,1 growing out of it,.U such a* commend him

Congressional Globe,) that the exclubion of' passage- of trains,which also retards the work, The firm and decided portion I, :sense of the good people of West Florida, if referred to in after year as.warniug evidence \ to the) :Admiration and confidence of every '.

tlarery by Congressional e enactment,(Wimot| but is indispensable to the, business 'of. the which he practically assumes touching the these are not cogent and sufficient reasons of the stupendous folly and"wickedness of unprincipled .' citizen of the country, who desires to as'. the .

Proviso) would -be unjust and'wrong,And, inhi oCoUI try; and in the midst of these improve. first Legislative Assembly in Kansas,. bHhgf. for the exercise of the veto power in this particular demagogue, seeking to. obtain constitution preserved, and cur much loved.: ;

ia opinion, M violative: the spirit of the ''menta-this has been conducted with as much the South under additional obligation to him instance. We will also state that several power through the blind bigotry of religion, liberties perpetuated. Upon :every point ta%

eonstitntion.** And as to the charge that he] regularity. arid despatch. as i in'any former tecson. for his fidelity to her institutions, and tin- gentlemen, members of the Legislature, and the uncompromising prejudice of birth ken, the President j is fully supported by found '

doe not believe that the constitution_ grvc* I Constitution, and Laws of the country. who voted for this resolution, regretted having and at the expense of every civil right, reason, precedent, history-- "T.and the" :eonslltii-* .----

rrotHtiO.Ie slavery in thc/Territories;: he The Directors have decided to order a Lo- i lie urgently recommends the adoption of' done so afterwards, and desired that the Gc v religion principle, and every consideration very lion, and, after a candid and careful reading .

stated with equal distinctness: "that the con' cpfhotive 15 or' 16 tons weight, capable cf such measures as the exigency ef the ens enor would arrest the matter by the exercireof which moves patriots and influences chri of hi* message on this grave and ex'eitinj subject 'IS

jon.J.dcdthe. tone proleftip'i' ia the carrying 70 to 100 tons:of freight, over the appears to require. The organization of Kansas his interposing authority.We tians. 'leader no impartial man can ,charge President '
of State'at' grXdeVbf.: this rod has been attended by serious difficulties contemplate for a moment, Pierce with the least '
Territories to the institutions One at t5 to 20 miles an sectionalism In hi*, political -
of another. T xU.the cltiwms Vjrginia areas hour, and it may be' expected, to_ arrive in and embarrassments, resulting partly from the are indebted to the Honorable D. L seriously,in this land of freedom-in this age creed. The broad constitutional grotnid .
local administration and from the of
partly unjustifiable philantbrophy and religious toleration the
much entitled to" the common" Territory to April or May, bjTwhich' timerthe. hew track interference on the part of the inhabitant Yulee, S. R. Mallory and A. E. Maxwell of existence of whose ; .of non-intervention by the federal legislature,
a I is .
tie protecti6n. -\.:of, their property, under thr, will have been laid to a distance that will enable of other Slates, with a view foriegnto Florida, and the Hon. Samuel A. Smith of predicated 1 party organization, i in matter affecting the domestic instiratioD
of Illinois." It it used the interest of.the Tennessee for valuable documents.- upon a soLtary idea-and that idea and policy of the State
constitution t' Ae.citizens .to'be _to advantage. And in pro- territory. public tenitorie*, i* strongly
was not unreasonable to suppose that. such 'ptr time the necessary provision of a better The Governor, instead of constant vigi. \Iso to Capt. Cozzens of the Steamship Flor. i begotten by prejudice against a fellow-being, asserted and nobly maintained; and tbougS a
who had the
*- -' : lance in the exercise of his duties. had allow- not good fortune of being born '
language, tijkeh.raconnection: with h'w,,polit-i _classof. freight and passenger cars will be 'eil bis attention to be deviated from his official ida for late files of-New Orleans paper under an American sky. A party to accomplish citizen of a New England State,,the President

acivwould have-satisfied,-iuteUJgeal,. made, so a* to be felly. equipped for the next obligations by other object*-himself set Leap Year. it* unkind and administered a well merited rebuke upon the
.
,
and unprejn3ieed 'mind that !!; Richardson I. season's bu510. ting an example of violation of the law and The last issue of the Sentinel commenting hold its member nnbrotherly purposes unjust and impolitic conduct of,the non-slave-

was cordially disposed Jo award ample justice I The Directors. of this company have also- duty, which \compelled the President' to.remove upon this division of Time, so interesting to to obedience to the together behests, of and tha binds them holcing State for their wanton .and impert? Ao

to the institutions_ of the South),'and that decided that 'th? time has now arrived, when The him.President alludes to the misdirectedzeal old bachelors and young maids, indulges in the most awful and solemn oaths order the by neal interference with the domestic poKey,

nothing mfft>woWilie'required i froin.him. on their valuable Iota for wharves, ware-houses, for propagandist emigration, and to the the following humorous and witty strain: Bible and cross. Who would 'like upon to han and right of the Soutk. At the same time,

this point at-feast Not fOe The great parliamentary &c., may beadvantageously disposed of, and clashing of slavery and anti-slavery interests, TAt it be remembered, that any lady can marry any any of the moral blood of this he commended to them, ,'*the example of_ tha

catechiaeT:, and dogmatist of.TTcniifcssewee invite that competition which ia ever the life .ns jhe cause of the mischief, and emphatically gentleman dare uot treat she her choose proposals during with the"al present btand year.eontumelr. He. on his skirt" Japanese policy Southern State*, whom.,he says have,jbeea

again resumed his peculiar office of of trade. Confidence' will now be felt that condemns any effort to anticipate or force :" Iii fact. the. bachelors. here and here about. are content to manage their own aflair 1'I without. ,
interrogating on the IGth nit when Mr. R 1 I the improvement of the road and its facilities the determination of thlt. question this incipient an anxiuiu'in "to gel married. They- "-have"been f o unsuccessful Interesting from Washington.The having attempted to meddle with those of their
State. the
popping quption that if proportions
responded in curb a distinct manner as to remove for transportation will be certainly accomplished Ho says the first legislative assembly of fur matrimony were made by the other sex there u last Eastern Mail brought us an Extra Northern neighbour' Such political principles
1'doqbtJ existing iti the mind of Mr. 'within not one of them but what would and so expressed cannot fail to
the approaching season, and Kansas, was for all practical purposes alaw- toe." It would be dangerous for say the yea ladies to tbaoky it from the Tampa Peninsular office, containing meet a ready
Zull coffer, and extorted'from him the,ingen- will lead to corresponding'preparations by ful body. He condemns the formation of a an experiment unless they were in dead earnest try as the following important letters, from our Senators response from every sound man in the.COU.,
I acknowledgment that "he was gratifiedthat the merchants to enjoy them. free State constitution, add says it was revolutionary Hoverer to the law on the itibject. Some writer in I try. -
nous i in
in its character, but if it reaches a 1600 I laid the law down as follow!jnd we would remarkby Congress, respecting the Indian dif. With ibis
the gentleman from Illinois (Mr. Richardson These matters have" been carried on so quietly point to offer organized resistance to the authorities ( way parentheeis) that the law, u laid ficulties. They confirm in positive languagethe menage before the eeontrj,from .
back Saturday lact the that down in England is in full force in this State. We whence i ia opposition to the
take ,
,) did on we were not fully aware ourselves it will become a treasonable insurrection copy from one of the aothoritiw verbatim et literatim intention of the War Department to remove i present adv nM.! .
poition which he occupied in 1850 ; and that of tEe progress that has been made, and we and it will be the duty of the general : the Indians at all hazards. tration to, arise f Certainly not from tAt

ho (Mr. ZJ) need not repeat the.sentiments of believe we are rendering an aceeptable ser government to suppress it. -Albeit it i is nowe become a part of the common South ; and the opposition which has heretofore -

personal -respect and general admiration of vice in announcing it to the public. And The President concludes by saying that if as lawe every in regard bissextile to social year doth relation return of life the, that)ladyea as often bare WASHWOTOX, Jan. 3, 1856. existed upon what principle i* it to be

his fosilions-on thai'natumel question'ichichh .while we commend the spirited enterprise of the inhabitants shall desire a State constitution the sole privilege, during the time it emitionetb, of DKAR SIR :Immediately upon seeing the maintained f Certainly! not upon the principle
H. is the and sufficient in number to.claim! it, making lore unto the men, which they do either by telegraphic statement of the of State ;
un- those late hostile demonstration rights
exprutedlpn-.Frulay. re concerned and congratulate the community the proper course would be to hold a a.conven wurdes or lookes as to them it seetaeth proper; and ;' these are firmly asserted !
I qualified acknowledgment of Mr. ZoUjccfTer. on the benefits they will very soon tion. He recommends the enactment,of A.Jaw moreover,no man will be entitled to tb. benefit of of the Indians near the 'Big Cy and maintained i by his message,and Southern
,. the clergy who dotbe refuse to the press, I called: to see the Secretary of War ;
Cot Richardson's present position tbatefTect. accept offers of a men are' left without
to
that it is
himself, enjoy, most agreeable to know also that & lady., or who dothe in any wise treat ber proposal i upon the subject.No a solitary reasonable
: ia sound and to that extent, too, which it i U no doubtful;in vestment capital, but will He also reccommends a special appropriation withe slight or contumely. official intelligence of the outrage had and just objection to either his ,principle*'or .

should challenge the respect and confidence certainly yield a very handsome in ome. by Congress to defray any expenses yet reached the Department, but I wu assured policy upon those point_ .
1 which be to tbe execution of r
COLONEL
So said that portion 'of may necessary KINJTKV.The star of Colonel that, if the Indians had That the restless and
of his touotrymen. actually committed fanatical of the
the laws and maintenance of order in the ter non.alaveholding. *
the South Carolina representation which, under The Tallahassee Seminary ritory. Kinney is said to be on the wane. His election an act of hostility, such as represented by States are dissatisfied with the f J
Cot Rich r s n'l By invitation of the Mayor and Common _as Governor of San Juan (or Greytown) telegraph, the most prompt and vigorous steps Administration
a misapprehension of The message was referred to the committee i ia to be expected,and have
Council of this city we were one of a numerous .' was defeated by the exertions of tbe English would be resorted to for the capture of the : so
,
bat'retu.n on judiciary. been with
abandoned
truo position had _him, whole tribe, and their they every administration deJr-
party gentlemen, including the city The also read in the House odd if punishment and remo.
is
particularly
: message was rumor well founded, by
his took the
Us 'after explanatory remarks val. For thij all the Constitution for it
ed
support force
to purpose guide and
for ,Authorities, that. paid a visit(to the above In. amid great confusion, and then laid on the menaces emanating from an English man of will be emplo ed. requisite ducted the eon*
declaring, ,
othekl6th-Mr.; .1 government sound
table. npea nationaT
stitntion. on last evening. The proficiency displayed war then at anchor in the harbor. Your ob't ;
S himself and his colleagues, that .tha would Only six serv't, principles. But that Southern should
I by the pupils, we are pleased to state of his D. L men
men remain faithful. The other have YULEE.
.
., return t to his support with the utmost cdrdialfcy. was in the DEATH or AN EDITOR.-The announcement Ed. Florida Peninsular. follow the example of the North in its abuse-,
highest degree .Batis aetor,, and joined Walker, but with the J
Ha the Sentinel become so extremely the of tne death of Mr. Blanchard of the understanding of the present Chief Magistrate of the nation, if
won. spontaneous. approval of the entire that they will return to him when called for. !
fasttiidus u jto''niregreater' amount-of This with Jacksonville,Republican, who enjoyed a most SENATE CHAMBES, l i i. matter of some surprise. For if the principles
; company ,Seminary its present, Moneyless ho is. too, and in a desponding ,
measure 9th
evidence to:,obtaia Lie conviction 0 a giveyv'.nt 1m viable reputation for the soundness of his Jan; 1656. S set forth in the message are tmsoand
efficient
management is: now in a -the wreck of what he Martin Editor I
t 1..yi .the ever vieilant;. and uricomciromiLTVr -, prosperous mind and the goodness of his heart, has occasioned was. Peninsular upon Southern rights then it difficult i
**** -- --- t* I*
condition and with the,, fostering aid of this his successful rival is
under
ting represeutaUref:from South Carolina.! If with us. feelings the most sincere entirely the DEAR Six :-The War Department determine what is ,und.-"
intelligent community, will to'a degree control of the British, and he boasts that he has no information
progress the
to
be said that have a* late In. It h
: then indeed it -1M, we regret. Tho Savannah Republican very A med, however that Gea..
to, although
.. of general acceptability, which the entire will at all times hay. an English man of dian outrage beyond that conveyed by your
war
one man",m'the- South' who, wbta'extrtme- .. de. State may)justly feet proud. justly remarked, that he was one of the most to back him in whatever he undertakes. first article on the subject It, 'has however, Pierce may be sound upon Southern 'rignt*.
rotion to her great interest*,outstrip* all others worthy and modest men connected' i with the issued order to suspend the peace policy hitherto yet there are other objection to. his admini-:

pUckig himself. f&.i4 otr tM vantage.grooiwj.of .Florida. Democratic te.Te.U.D. Southern. Press. He was a, native. of Georgia, CONJ'IBHED.- Senate have confirmed pursued by the troops in Florida, -and I tration and.for these he merit oppoaidon,
1 Soo&ern right to command the A much and bad bean in this'State about am assured that measures will be taken to but when these
f; respected correspondent, addressing residing two Thomas J. Prevatt, of Florida to be register their removaL objection:are .called out, and

lion's share, .of the popular .applause, Cob us from Marion County;'expresses dissatisfaction years. of the land office at 'Newnansville, Fla.- coerce In an interview with the Secretary of War examined, they ,are just sach as mht hate-
Richardson IIM ever bee, upon the floor of with; tne time appointed Helvenston of Florida I been made agaicst every administration fionr
((3d Wed Moan IDIAIvaDEBs IN FLo DA.-The George to be receiver found him thoroughly acquainted with the
i: Congress, a 'spirited defender of the rights of ly'ill. April. .next, not 3d3tondayz, 'someoftheEait William which of public. moneys at Newnansville Flori. real character of the baud of miserable cutthroat the origin of.the government to the p-
schooner 41oh'n, arrived at
1 i the Southland pf the whole.Union i defending : rn papers have it,) for the assembling Charleston da. I infecting oar,frontier, and for 'whom time. It ia urged that to appointed foreigners
few
"' with ififnmg' pre-eminence in- the House. of of::;Tour ,State Democratic 'Convention I a .days ago, brings' accounts so much sympathy baa occasionally been in. to offices; so he did, yet these people, themselves

; ,e -t1i... M prebTaika bd1Pbli, aid suggests that.it be held on'the:2d Wednesday .; of two more murders committed by the Indians Tribute of Beapect. dulged here at head quarters ; and lam sat' i had first elsvaicd those. foreigners
very
dibu Florida. Peter'Johnson and two other At of the isfied that he will use the mean* at: Hi* command I '
to a meeting Physicians of this
tobe'ao ,
wb So city; to the highest official
: invMarcfi. far as.thi* of the to stations withia the
part remove or exterminatetbem. *
{ North commanding but men, were Jigging arrow-root .in the neighborhood on Friday, the 1st inst, Dr. G. W. CALL being .- W.
,it, ofthe State,is concerned, the, ,.adoption the suggestion are anxiously awaiting further detail of the gift and 'was .the ,President to d&msfttnV
p Southern JCnowNothaw of Fort Dallas wben the savages fired in the chair, and Dr. WM,.F. ROBBXTSOX
a *&& *. proYi.bJ .. would not disapproved ;, but we are transaction. Respectfully, ability and patriotism of, \men whoa tha
\.J.Ja \ ; upon the party, killing two and ,wounded. the Secretary, the following resolution Your ob' serv't pe0-
were
,
fearful the
1.- .. r change, cannot:be effected withoutwpriLingTncdnvenietJce'for'oar plespproidt u'hstUauabl.that : .
r
third in the side and head the last S.
; however R.
: MALLORY.WAUINUTONJau
th.otherweof passed .
a w:.tatA,far;-A.saopjcat t. to friends in the Gen Pierce shcoJd select Mr.'8onJ for

-cb, Blr.FD1Jer': :; ;qt' ixtrenw Sotitt W c WeCVIi1are anxious'toj fled.. :to*hi is boat- "and made ma mi" .his: ettcape., t. J'" WHEREAS, It has pleased Almighty God:to -. 9, 1856. '* Minister .. 'to- the pe&t or.Sp,-. the

r c atly righted hjmarif 'be represented; |a the Convention 'NKW FLORIDA'PAPERL-ThNg1jonaZ Dem. remove1 from oqr midst our lamented friend State of Looisiaju IWd/'cha"'ea' him'
and deiig- and brother Dr..JOHW G: GAMBLE DKAK Si-The Commanding Officer in .. ., ai', .ooe of
in "
; beio d uij"' r'1b .- 1 tti. u&tedtU [tLtnAs&t,, pceaent fixed,:as''?ing Ocr t'Palatka, East Florida,'and the.PAa-: pressioin of oar feelings, be it u ',. ex. Florida baa' been authorised to: receive five her reuisLth:i *, |fieaals4 G f tot'' Jjitf-

1 H.-rf 1' ., ',1..y.l.1. ".. ., ua&ebr4a' ''KaA. .. most llkfely te'* lQre (UpWflOflsfrqL nix f Milton,. West"Florida, are,'th'e names of 1..Resolved, That,.in. his death, oqr'profession Companies of Volunteer, to ,be mainly:em.ployed tad State. 'and still lest sd waee tUSonth ,

N..st r-J'..1'f1r, 1Q.ma : ct, .,thow"extreme. 'teetiopi.f1 .. two,:Florida: papers, ,bu /eeently- established, ha l.lost one of its brightest'ornanienU ia miintaimngjJie frontier against. the was made to; echo 'wiea Jtk "_.L"
, _
( -sC4'c pJits Jkt;i a : f*' ---* r. -** at their respectivflbcalitiesv.;;wP4iPe neatly and society; a Valuable! and diatinguuhedmember. attempt,of th..Indian to move' oataide.. their Bat admit. that the appduttaeat-_, ., .,
1.bkdotl w'" CtrW uJ '&'ito'Bfa! ; Gifted with an intellect of preae.nUIDe. '
.
e tt'meehaDica11y-n; conducted, with the highest The fixed of the Government proper one tte&r .t&ePreaiden eb' "is the'
lodPStfe ktbe i& arde'ntMnthe parpose now
rrepftttnttoVe .
d.; & III Copi th& iWW" 1, 'tc' .;:1i..r jUrr r* .ix'.'*_ tH'LT.general plrit_ and ab'diry.i We wish.- them, entire sueV order-- and pursuit a skillful of science-- te.capbve: and remove the ..Indian in the f to be 'eondtouis .hM11i",jj'M'.
i physician
J.e.l ---the He. Am pj, ... r" ,- ; a judicious ecrgeon shortest time.Your .
_
I. .,PPtJ, possible
aat _
I : Cca not tkeesttraor&jirj
: him all the
.
) r 1 r. fS'AI. fitIt' ,a, 'w.4 k "E .. we recognized in. elements of*ac": poetess prsscimo .
-
! j',. ; : ...SOIi.. ,_ and the oWl serv't. know 1red and
and usefulness ; send.
brd1W4)M4'J roost
Cell ,distinguished 0De
,4'pP itft".hthIa t'; f.iem! tloCJ'of B : ,
.i.ik
,,jbOcM: .Ll.mi neiiI KrP _' "r" '. J I-. '!X '. 't ''d : :biDs: .it.now" professional honors might have been his -r, Editor Florida Pehwstfar., .0. L. YULBE. rbwci14 kieg-a de f'

; th 4bfgr : jJ .. urn3ent. of P' .J ,\ t 'liff'P.ri". I I ,tn Jt)tbe, I while the winning gentWnesa'of lift.manner mfII..1iibJ6 to :,sad dcd. .,..
= ithr1( thiW1ti' J w'lti':5j ( bt i ;PIfW",).IfII.. inanufactiired, thehaio1etters and his Chnstiaa.TYalJc,camed;him to be b*! Later ftoa ,Kanai 1t fa iot' $':11tztl.r. r'w"

11 ?' '1.ft .1c.\t.tl loIi.'tt : which;deno to their deuo- loved by,all. tt \ ? t : _y t i iIU1iiror.; hd ..
C... "d.t\\ .,: 'i.EI re : niihaaosiva: ;:rhii ia do >*$ water lining j .in '1..R&tdvcd, .That we,offer iour heart-felt Lori.-la S ti; _-I *,u.nr, r
V., l' 'w\ t" "- th."sordiasj-y'rosnnet, ao
art! a call tba atteatioti the reader ttoti*I, nveyed forktmsiuhIa11 ; In Cat, It. color tbfe* naraetejt! .it tijt4iint they are [mld Uons;! ? -a-i" .,<.- I md Sauze adIifi-a; : M11y ; "_.
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the truth nosuch_ iasa6 i :MtlCMuli z:Lrsoujs In. sngr;with t 8ttOEdI.&h 1-BnrwB.eoepatarci;. ,,c : I "';J II ,> DAVfD XOW'D.L-WICHOL3.WBlTiocJr.-'' .:,11' aFflZI.G. 4.N.'w '.."t

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equivoca1'igflsdeup a.it-'ttIL..J.ittI .r1 .
*etzug PIo Iru t -'piz FZnnof WHTTLOCK: NICHOLS Co. is"; N..1'twt. -<:: .' z .
ni' i tb apehenH ce it IK. '/, .1'eL.ill. (ge. eomiol ; i .1. for heen;dwTvfrd ?I f s- 1
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f Brad**:east.'teel hoes, :' / by"routcaj eotwet,3ENJ.M. : II" ,:. -
with care, mpf,iNthem;: IVft tbe' : Weeding'M'- : -7 EDW3' A. WHITLQC2' bat*' amtiat' withthem ..a..eaf: .ttit' J. t-
.C01mdDe.- upon :
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Ttroe 4>.j jOi t FRISiJ' "c eLna'. .
't "official ascertain' precisely BaltjmorjJatform, ;.:And t.J.oet, won, '', -ALSO--. I ,__.t e_ ._ .,.- ...'" -' _, ".*.. ; Tt ".
ci es j.ttAmmar. <
firm to the.SOQth.Md &DC ..
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the Union. The De- and :Vffltl
Vaudnre. De'KJb (.itb'
Dog River Oaaborg r l '-' r :
w era he taud4 upon thai subject By that mocracj rN'ew'J; ork and Ohio are decidedly For Ie by G.A J.MEG INNISS. rrra cAKzTz&W,finsoivaadHKMET ;s" ., uc2cUGRko1WOlaNewPwt3sa.12.J8U.. .I '.si' : I ..Iy" '!'4' pc"'tCi..hliD.QaUi..H .
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I 'we : the Feb. 8,1856. 6-U -. 'f .1 : jclA 'J ( :
that alone
ffcujdsrd, and, ,' are to !are in, jnajority,when the different factjona i for roanv jeara .ngag "'witB the'oU Finn and.will I : t. Nel"Q. :

him, asjd if b!.fJIi,below it then we are compdled are united. and notwithstanding I the blame i Notice.IN cfKiiinuedta 'ThPORTZNG.AND QROOZI&Y ': t PiantIiPpt114e. ; bori. ,4 f"_' .
tUat we wotild bestow them for BUSINESS, under ibe Finn of .M&EAWHITLQK :. BBLS.Yellow fa>tatgeajet Mia" or- a1oN .
not M.bst ( $
tb -hidii: bat if hi '; it 25 Cdi & *a *
drop ) comes up t iramnneeof act A Co and. from the old"eland ,, VpO !
maintaining! .ascendancy1 1 in'State : an oftbeLegWatnre ofth.State remoTe dare and lIlII,.t. !, $
affairs 4uIi
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weaheQlJ.* cureb. u! !) jet heart' good 1.9.i ,1 lactions uniting : .f the StA5 of Florida, passed the,6th, and. approved new warcbnoi ,No. '13 -BEXUX&AN ST., (Cor.nf 1 I New rod Jan. 11, IBM.Groceries.. "-IS I _.r -_-' J"

l..1tll.rtY'3 lrn1ar on1he SoUa Dttes. ,and *!!, in a Presidential' campaign i the Utli 'December; 1856/Bnoka. the *.ubcdbanki1ltbeo e- ,Nas *\. fi"t Street Above the Aatur HouM.c axtzs1a: .
and side by,side, as brothers righting.not tion to the1 capital stock of said the opposite t niiJe of an/1 four doon from the Park Jcoci CCLSSGSSrIL .

The following.Citract_ from_ thee Pans'cor- fur local causes, bat fir the great Democratic in the city uf .' e."ct the' Couitiij IltK/m of where they wil be most.bappy to tee their frienidal and ( OFFER, Srgar. anvrt' d BetAi,;LioM d Oil! f JIwr.J. 1. "
D. C. Wilson, oa Wednesday the 6th dAY of March till who will I do them die favor to examine their stock. .IL"l,'I I
Jfavr / Jt'NZ
pondenco of the .York? Commercial principles Ih-.t have saved the Union WhkyJ&E&I SaYI' .. ..
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next un'Jerthe superintendence of..Wm.Bailey, -B. C.8dlatuy Tbe senior member<. the firm, B.M. Wbitlock McNAUQUT41)RMOD; "1.8. WDii. 4- .
Adv r iJ tr gives'aisarancf.ofibp.virtual: settlement nit times.from, the; telhleu; hand 'of. aboli. ; KH..Gamble.Joseph Cij&ir.G oT.Ward, oml races tlii opportunity to retnrn his acknowledgments New Port. J.'19.1886. '' 4 t W. S. ,. ,, ....fIt. -
Uonistev : Richward Hayward. .*. Sh fi the kindnev shown him the 11u:1- II
e, J. Ger fhrocgh long 1.- .
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tto Somni-daes question and
of: fully Tbe party of the Sooth ,lookedi.wiih some I Jame*rbiy. .Wilson. A. JC Allison W.E. period of' hi* buziness and tro U that hi* experienceand UFB INSUHANOB. t :114.ov. IT.*J.2 .tMue,. .boO

concedes,to Mr.,5Iarcjra'circular on the subject iiuJety to their late conventions desiring to Klcrease and Isaac R. Harris,, any five of whom are application, with that of tLe junior partaen,, will cu1.&Ejltat.wat. J .
THE NEW-YORK LIFE CO.
INURANCE
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aotborued ,
to form '
sufficient that aU orden r
iquurn.F.b.2,1SU. prof a confided to t
gmraotee
lite credit of j&o"ceraUe'result! ,the stand J*ftUM t!..JUl.. t
$ee they would take in the coming .. 6 he Howe hall continue to reeme ample and aatk AoonccuiTD CAriTAt.11,000,090.. -

H l'Ulg.&Dd'4trr abieiir1icI ,hftll.-.W lIred. .Campaign. While, many doubted th. natiouaiitr : -: factory attention. tHTS Company MIOM poUckA 00 the .lire of fa NoUa'I '. :: ,

this week in thev Prcise on the Sounddoesquestion. oi the Softs and the'Ohio Democracy, NoticeIS New York. January'jst.:1866. penmu for ono nr owr Trara. or frr the .U. '-1at 'e1 W. 'Co&,aj4-:.,

; This writer sustains Mr. .M reI'* we had.always thought,that they_were "more hereby given that we shall make application six i B. H.A K. A.WHILLOCK A CO. whole] period of life ON,THE MUTUAL ST3TKM.drad A' :., ate Ql'8iiiio 'antriJcedecuokta W'. .

and that from.thit sinned against than sinning. The action dltyotb month after date, to the Hon. Probate Court of asic:. u.WHITLOCI, declared to the fctured en polkrti iMatd U-o,Coat .'ia* tmU; iofl.4 to prewot tlwa utbc
circolar' proclaims loudly : Hamilton EDW'D A. nrHrrtocrKEED'K 1 for life. 'irftiiB
County, u> bt tlismiwxd from the nclruinit .adtnin4d 'atfaaJsWratc* tW tfmm-
tide forward, etpuncp1e) of the freedom ol contentions; exhibits the Democracy of tration of the Estate of James S. BXKH,.late of Hamilton :. nA HAVKMTICK Pun FUDl4., Actuary.Moaaa Faixxuv, PreiVr ICIII\ed .jlaw.etMWi* *lI U Ua Kl I. tar, ,

the hi Ji.seas awl their straits is set1Jed.1 those section 'as planted upon broad andcomprehensive I:I, County, deceased. rAMOS OUTER W. DOixj" 1 Applications r tred! ia TatlaluwM t>r tf their moo tf1; and 3l,th* 1ti4.an nt- .

e difficulty btftweeu the United St-ates.-f1d national platform,which gives CHESHIRE Admt'r. .J iEN&T TAMHKTU. JADuLr119, 186S. B. C. LEW& ted l. make. Myesmt Iim a LlIIv. ". ,. .
Denmark Fn-fatt'be regained as settled evidence ad ranee. of the triumph of our ELIZABETH CHESHIRE, Aduit'x. JOBS' 0, ttlWEl.ie, r f.d.-. .

may anncip'es next November. President Pierre Feb. S, 1858. 5 : B ,M. & E. A. WHITLOCK & CO. Jacnry,1S5&' 1&-04 ".
upon the I asis of$lr. fntcys cireutu. :The AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. .l. '

conference a complete. failore. .and tbe,Europe -bowed a true insight. into character, and a In Cliancery-in Hamilton Circuit Court. [Late W NICHOLS & Co.] CAPITAL........ ..S..e. ...'600, QO. NE1Y-GOODS : :" '

so State will only l 1,6 too ready to ful xnouledge of that section oftb .Union, when Willi W.' Burk,Complainant, 13 BEEKtf&H.STEEET, Corner Xamn. THE undersigned Agent of tb..above Oompafiy '

low the United States in such an adjustments! tie upheld their nationality antI no one would e,. four doors En,t of tie Park receive application for and make kwuraacepunntloM TOWLE & idYEfeSARE ;:

.M r. Marcy has poinhd out.. I think it maybe receive a more hearty vote from New ,York Join V. Stephens. and Larkin McTjcr. and El.za: NEW YORK by Fire oo Brick!and Fran 'BuflJinfi. cow reWridj by rw<&4 f ;.

stated as a fact thai the circular of the American tnd Ohio than would be who now graces the Filcher John! Pjlcher Thomas Pilcher, Wil.iam Icber 1. Faroit Mcrchaodiie,Ac. 2. sMells from New Y'
Presidential chair. and ffathauitl Wider,)beirs j ut law uf Jan ee IMPORTERS January 19,1866. S B. C. LEWIS. leaod.wall selset.dst. ck fit I
Secretary was read.with more satisfaction Pildicr de'Pltse-d. f) -ffnl(nt<>. -
by the cabinets of Europe than We give the tight hand fellowship to our Of Cognac BRANDIES. from Otard, Dupay & C". A:2xLeB: dJ 2.d.ve1y; '%1tatIJiU" d Jewelry, :,
any appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction of tbe fli>nne .\'. Pin ft, CaRtillon & Co, and other FLORIDA kintm tcvtr: *
brethren fond although have sometimeslepiecatedtheiricMirte Hoiiii --TALLAHASSEE QonJ4tiQ.ol tutlemeri's pil ; \&t
document which; ; has been placed r>eforethein we I Cuurt that the dtfandanta, Eliza Pilclier. John Pil .
: hail cher Willian <>f tbe higlwst reputaiioo' and sole Proprietor of the Wholesale and Retail Dealer in raid lever silver lever;billrtf I.snb*.lepiaf at d"
w'e hearty
with Pilcher
feared ,y g id Natbatiel Wicker heirs .
for a long time.; fur they that this question : at ,.'elebrHt l Binnie* of WattbeCagfcvlitfttic,Coral tod all fuUboao
approval'tbe evidences sound nationality Law,of James Pilcber; deceased, reside beyond tie CHATEAU BERNARD. DRUGS AND. NETIVISS.- JA quarter -
form newehmient'of lA
wab going Jo a trons d pirtf J of this Court to wit'in the of .
junsdictKxi state Geor \
exhibited their late stip-ERIoavINI: II'
Lie for the present yoar, and tfioy alrea'iy had by conventions. The ia. ; ARD.LJQUER. 'boaom iDa aad lockttf fur hair and dajTj mo-

eiiogh in qnesfions i ; foreign to this one.TbeJr Democracy, in every contest,, comes ont -- It is ordered that tbe said ( _'' DES CHAMPS D'OR Perfumery, DyertuA, 'Bnrj fjJ !nttnim.tte type; gold and h* rbfset-leUfar| SMditafotefno
.' t'oapNaran ".M GN A:CHART A," &e, ASchlcdnm *-. Spices. Snuff Window* Glan. Paiata dJamocd. f Iiy. ear1 sod niet.onv aad"cornelian
|
lightened and burnished and atands plab 7 ,
the said
all
atisfncpoii therefore, in reading the more answer on or brfore the first Monday Oils Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobatc. *
!rmaoDtl1oble-ber ihe:vfbrld and in Jane next el&e the same will be taken "Pr. Cuu Bud'Old Holland Gins Jbgkf fingf, |rui2 W| !inoM t la*; _
Patent Uediciafa
conciliatory, uid at tlie"same time cleair amdecided.ducumtsitof : ; we.areasuredfrom and Glaze Ware Ea
al..n *
batteos plain and'eprj f.If
: uiintee
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feseo, Provided Ibis order shall be i \ % ll.'A .\ I* W IT 1'11'Ul.
published in soni. Fine Pare Wines and Brattdle .
tbn Fine Tooth
< evidences .already Soaps .
\ !. Marcy.J cai a ihhe many pat raritt of M&isVfbfe o'*te tKibadt4d', '
l nmpr>hendwtv lie settled the difficulty given, that, whether its ranks'ba led by Wise, Newspaper of four Months within this prior Circuit to said oboe trrrte.a week for the period MADEIRA ORT', AND .SHERRY WINES. and Hair Brushes for : .purpOhej tbiun*. seals, k4v."jtpJd and..*r* pen**d" lmEs1 ew.ae ,
duntnchnn "Pi Prom the oldnt established Houses in Europe. all Paint Brushes, FaacyArticl ard roU. ailrer&od Ml :
: <
rc
tar them on 'lh* .ery'hasis on which they desired tit. ? victory wilIcwiiith J. .WAYLES BAKER, Judge. .f which lane'beeu ordered aDd electedith a view Garden Seeds *Fine Havana SegtrtC I .

lo pae iti1ae dthtbthe: rejection: ,redoubled. brightness :efforts, Mitchell od Stewart,Solicitor for Complainant. '0 their purity nod medicinal use, They hare reeenUy recir d a- Large and Pitthpp7yof tLwiUe.flh. *
clilmetl ; .tod tend to a sum and early. th> February 2 18S6., 5 of article usually kept tydrWista. .. fculieft on4 fctln J' ;
variety
the prncipltf 1 l y'Denmark.'but a ja i*' "grave .e' i. <,f '. S EG A R3 Imported for oar own trade, from the : erery. .
31O.I:1c! fur ht-t.ouses. *tc. Thoy ,woolo$ tied ranks of the opposition.Richmond En- ; Wat shippers in Havana. Planter and Physicians will always Ind Dmo tead'breakk-t knivea 1t1tbD.t! )fUflu.kafrftt
Just Received.PER Agents for the finest of at this establishment a full supply eTerj-thiog leaded and fork a *iUi.earven.and ,U.1 single.&It pock
Lfir r. description Virginia manufactured
flirt j tl'ff"t." d to have taken. the iniiialrrr 1 z. .. SAMPSON: TOBACCO,also a large stock of medium- and on the moat literal terms. et-cutlery, ,shears'seuaors and rtxov;.fie* do liUbarrelled
in the selUemenl of this -:-. .itt.ae. laminated steel and stab IwiU
tbemejves grehtprlncijilf. ind low grade, andWHLESALDEALERs Orders from the Country prompl fil1eJ and gee.
tut sirce.thcyuhadother'fiiibarrass"ments .. BAFFLtNG CURIO'STTT.-Dr. Marsh was RAISINS: Almond. lion guaranteed, with regard both to pnioem and gut1r.t mte guns slmt poocfaea of Tarics pslteAa, fiu*aad.
IN
1-ilibuiU FINE
they se.uifliig' even J dacc&ptthiigiflfrom once traveling ins stage coach and was much Currants -. J"&icia.D'8 prtscription'rarfot11.
Ainraudiploiacy.and 'reuder it ali 'annoyed by a garrulous old maid. After ascertaining iccaroni Candy.M GROCERIES Also Eppm '* compound Fluid Extract of Bucnc.Jan. wad eutWn,anal rpfttrffn' (vr gO&amULa,,"

due honor." *.,, t is.name, she inquired if.he l e. For sale by K. U. BERRY. PREMIUM CHAMPAGNE- ri, 1856. 1 .- Silver'nnd Plated Ware rSJJTer .

longed to such and sqch _a family .of Mar. J:.o.26, 1856. 4 CREMANT. Wines Syrups, Ac. table! desert and,ta porasusilrtr forks, aovpraad
B. E. A E. A. W. & Co. arc the exclusive owners crram ladle, batter sod pkkl! knfrH.pta dforks

A"TI.XESIUK1.. < MOCRATS.. .'.Hie Washington sties. Roses Camelias .f this Wine, and are in receipt of shipment by reg- OLD Otard Brandy. SpArkling Cider. and spoons -aireD.'iut tab aod fruit te
&c. ?
.correspondent r of the New York Herald f"No madam do not, nor to any other ilar Packets and bee those who may itot'have given Port, Old Port Juiee, kets eltttro plated tea teb( and cruBtncoioo service.

family that you know," was the 'reply, in a -T BESSMAN, Florist of Au- ;t a trial to do so, under their guarantee that it will Madeira Brandy Cheni. butter, suit!.and rreaa ,dish**.ab; bet*and parka'
informs us that about thirty of the demt short an abrupt tone, 9!J gastu. Ga.begs leave to inform 9 He f cratic the the Ladies and Gentlemen of Talla- to any Wine at present imported. Sparkling QelaL Preeen.1J Quaoea fljU'er baskets, and brfttaonia ware. A-.
meat bers/of present .Coogresa art ",Oh, said the antiquated virgin, there'sso hassee and viuciuity, that he expects to visit Tallahassee January 26, I860. Im-t Flavoring ExtracLl "r&n 01

anil-Nebraska nearly half tbe whole nun much acid about you, I suppose o sprang during the first week of February, with a general Yeast Powders T&1i. I Bf fecrlianeoR*A rtlcfra.Ladies .

ber. If tbis be 'so what claims have the democracy ..rom the'cranberry marthes." assortment of 'rare RoSea, Camelias, Evergreen $100 REWARD.tSTOLE Spanish Olives. 8jc.s, i i etieeln. aate1)els wori boxta,jpwrl. OrtDrfiroo.
; Shrubs tc of which .'and mcroceo all
44 are warranted to be as ( Com St&rII, Piekl8 p pear
to Le considered a national partymore If I did madam, was the ,prompt retort, rf'8 nted. rep- (ront the s'abwriber. on the 12th oreellte.bire Sauce, lItad Oil. bead coral .aecklaee: and' arml.ta jet. braceIt. ;

Fm! fit sauce for a goose." Mr. Besaman can give satisfactory references. my Negro boy. BILL. Dewip English 1I..tatd. Cpcns ceciUoes, and bosom pino >Uiirbga.| traed tootibnnim.
than Bother I* about old abut 6 feet '
any 22 ,
1 years .bat abell. bo&io todja and
reyiters, wn
zu
-Tha.lady was silent the'jest oC the jour. January 26,1856. 4 Claret ,
'Fh@' Sitvannah (Ga.: l Republican, from weighs abont.190 ILL He is rather AMES LiVELy..J ivory eooibsfbloa and wax .dbIII,i atoms and
ney. )Muefc line I month and shows wlirnI '
a lal\te bill'gums
wiich! we take h\.above"extract, is a know. Administrator's Notice. ,""",v K. 1R5B. money heitLe.gu-eMls feather ,joifff pailoc and
I lushing 5 i. rather slow and ha but littie .
spoken ?
; very dior bells,liftbtiat gks aqd n. ***j.and,baav-
i-tiiin: ).uinaaud] deals in wanton false- A SrBCTLATOR. the 2,703,000 acre* ALL PTAOOS iadebted to the Estate of CgUlitUf beird H<. had on wlin he left a snuff colored Glass, Oils, White Leads &e. Ida. terra otta rat and |>iicberspirffuijjjj bottles,

hiVHis 'ike iht above for the parja of sup'pli"g of land granted btlw States to aid the construction Lanier,late ol Gadsden County, deceased. .:<'!{ <.: I bought lam from Joel Dt>rey, of Columbia BOXES Window Glass'assorted sixe 100 jewel (air*, ceritre .u1pek* and siU lamps,t..p.hittet ,

material to the southern allies of thearfli.nknnw.ntthitIgL of-ibi. '.IIlitioi, Central Railroad, .ire requested to make immediate paj tuent to the uuiJerMgned his Coun'y.liack.and he may possibly be trying to make 25 O U fC U\ Kegs White Lead, pore extra Jk Jfo. ). > chimneys and wick*;Twin*and bows gvttars.. ..
and all those having claims <>r demands a- way clarinncta
: The democrats banjo tnmbdttrtcen aecdrdMmw ,sates and
to
8 barrel Linseed Oil
over 209,000 acres 'tem&iti'yet unsold Taking I said A white calling bimelf James ibinson was
man.
Hginst Eetate. are hereby notified to present them fif pWJ violin stria*.tiue. eoloffiw aad otherperfumery
whom ,lluslouhmtde1n this extract do not the,sales sine the land office of the company duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law,. seen 'alkinp with the ne rro, and.it is my opinion that 5 Lard Oil ,and a ftsneril asortment .fTora. .
them.-elres-hjesiiate.to that they hareTno i in 'this or this notice elml! be pleaded in bar of tLeir Lt bus been decoyed off by the raid Robinson. Said CO Ks Zinc Paint : .
say opened city,as a test the fund recovery. Vire- or Paint. bbU. and Watches ADd ja*.Iry xepakad promptly Ja.tr*.
20 package pr ( } )
1b democratic and when AUGUSTUS L. FISHER. ) white man gave his bame as Robinson and also as
identity t bt.L
party; realized from the lands alone will not fal'short Van manoer. .
Admra aJ Sid RohihScw is about 28 SO 2 barrels Train OiL I bbL Copal '. "
THADDEUS Dorsey. br Dirsey or
P. LANIER
they'do. the democratic'party say so for them of 845,000,000.: tlt is now thought that .- &, 1866. 4-8 w C years of age. with prominent cheek bones,black whiskers Spirits Turpentine ufbamU anti)at retail, Cct.her 20,18C3. S

by'holding.,ihera *1L ai it*:eoe They the road completed' and fully equipped wi J 1 and hair. weighs about 160 Ibs. and spmks rather AMES A LIVELY.

were ele! Ttp'Congress over known nation he clear 4o.the.company, to Bay nothing Marshal's Sale. through his DOM.- O. H. WALTON. January 5. 1856._: _____ d -Part htp' "Noj# e.T .

aJ 1 democrats, and ,elected, too, upon know- _,t the 20,0 OO'of, money that will in : BY virtue of two executions issued from the u. S Geneva, Talhot Co.Ga. Jan. 26, 1856. 4 Just Rebeiired % undersigned bafajthu- day, Uttered. into a .*

nuthing and tuiti-Nebraska, sentiments. They due time be pilled.up.in.their treasury.: Under rid Court for the Northern District of Florida rN'E"VV :OO R.1llI' T EMONS,, Guava and Cnrtant Jei iH, Pruner; I partnershipmnth. .

have no more claims to be called democrat the stimulous of the times, ibis great work tine in favor of Newbold and Ruvell. the other in fvor -- I from New York, a Lj Pear. Sardines, Pickled Oysters, Brandy Peaches WHLtSL & RETAIL .

here than Garrett Andrews, Simpson-Fouche, promises to be the most successful speculat Newsom.'f Pearson I have levied and Jennings the, both vs. David P. F I: RECEIVING of BOOKS. em- Preserved Lemons, Oranges.Pine: Apples and Oiii- xELt7QBX: .;

.mc'5.J.t.1inso. and.other renegades from theqmocratie & the age.-Chicago Tribune. wit: The N. E.i of N.upon E. J of Section following 26, Townehin lands. tr I bracinjj every department of litera geT, Green do, Strawberry Gage Marmalade do,Piae, Apple Li'mott do,'yraR.and Ginger Raspberry under f r the name and* sryl* M"!. .

party in.Georgia,.have to be COt 1, Range 3, S t E. The above described land ture. In History the works of Hume.. Roilin, GiVwn. (10.i Raspberry Vinegar. PresbSa1non.Lnbew.filltt l .
> Rol>ertson, McCauly. Tliier*. Allison Prescott. AMES.LIVELV. .
biJered deumcrats there. Union. will be sold before tbe Court House door in the Town
,
dock Hallibut and bbad. Assorted Pickle, Scotch
Dr. !N'Lane's LIveS Fills. of Monticello' ;. on the let Monday in March next Bancroft find HiUreth, with School Histories to suit s '
Ale and Porter. __ "
KXKT:: AWAY ntOX NEW .!.!." Tke t When tbe proprietor of this raralnable remedy between the legal hours of tale to satisfy said fi. fa's. till!!Ages.and In Lardntr.Philosophy In Abercrombie Mathematics! Paley.Davies.Cmerson Blake,. 30,000 HaVand hrirc:. ---- TREY wnI be pleaded I toi se.th ,.nM
: : purebued it of the inventor, there was nomedicma E. Eo BLACKBURN. U S. Marshal Phelps Day. AMES & LIVELY. Mtd patrusi at i tbe old stand"f D.H Ame-
N. Y."T.TCanelalely. t bad 'an article which, which deserved the name. for the cure of Liver and Northern District of Florida. SmithandBailey; and the poetical works January 6. 185. 1 .p where they will keep a lull and ftoeralaaurtment -. .
Jon< MiLton Dante. Tasso
-his'lteiaHsnir. ( baS'been extensively. cop. Billiousoomplaint, notwiUi tanding tba great. prera Montieello January 215. 18:6. 4-r.cs Thompson Shakspeare:,'CoiqJer, on, Wafkworth. Mothwell. Burns.Pope. of Jrtfclrt appcrtaiajto.tLeicsinesi.
lenee. of tl. diseases in the: United States. In tbe FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. line 0 D. H.Alj..
ied. At adtised yonng e ctCWllDen.to. South and West particularly, vhwe the patient i i. frequently To tbe Physicians of Jefferson Connty. Hood. Coleri.lije, Shelly, Kent Young. Heb T.Pol M.'LIVELY.Janoatr .
GROWTH OF
lock. Ore -B*run,'Scott Moore CampbelL Crabbe, 1855. '
keep away: from this rtJ" We '.(neemy unable obtain,the services of a regular pnys- A MEETING of tbe Physicians Jefferson County -' Soutliey.Goldsmith; Tupper Hemans, Lnndon. Bryant Flat Cabbage."Beets. 1. lS'&. 1 .'
gage Turnip ,
ician. some rernedj was required once safe acid effectual will be held at MouQcelI the th RUTA
> 11 of
}lope that such'young commercial men."are on Willis and Longffllow; Longfellow's Poets of Eu- received, .
,and the .p ration of which could in DO wise February next. The meeting will be organized, at i Poe1>, Poetry and Prose Writers of America.hy WItL Ait. I3. SLUSSEB
rope; AMES A LIVELY.
infloenced in their affairs Tu'e ,
opinions .onpublio : prove prejudicial to the constitution. medicine i is 11 o'clock. A. M. GrwwolJ'
and of
Compcndiam Cyclopedia English
by the Trniiine,'wilt'>efigionsy! follow Its ad. supplied by Dr.MXane's LiTer Pills as had been JaiL 26, 185> 4 ,[Sent. Copy. Literature; by Chamber and Cle%emnd. together- January 8 IPffl._1._._ T .ah :&S e; win;
instance in which it has had trial.
i
,'ire.V hav"' wish for sack additions proved in every a NOTICE. with the complete works of Sniollett, Ffc1dizi Scott :! vred. Gum Dropa.OH I.tNl1FAt.1'11Ua Co i>
BHMXTWABK.
KitTiir
.- .. no, ", Always beneficial not solitary instance has ever oe- Irviug..Dickcns and Bjjlvrer and all tJ" no OF P AND
Cooper
to the population. of this Southern city, as cored i*of which edueaed ita effects.and bare dkUogftiwedpliyaxian.been injurious. The invention it THE Co-partnership heretofore existing under the vein of recent publication. In Medicine, the works of &\)\A) Flatoted rouNDs Vanilla Gum Drops; lKo\ WHOLuiit inn Ra.iu.DZ.U.JC2 .

aa Meigs, Griffith, Dunglingson Mlle RamsboUom, A-Io t ix P1.tl1ti FL"fttJ PA J
and stvle of
iSefvobfilbcwho! follow the 'guidmef baa nothing in common with the quataf nostroms imposed BARNARD t MAXWELL i do. Pine .
i dissolved Wilson,Cburcl bill.Car t"ot r.Roy Ie.Dewees,Hooper, 'r.a.ii.
this day by mutual consent. All do.
I the Trifxine, and are imbued with its fanaticisoi medical upoo art.the Experience publie by,shallow ha now pretender proved, beyond t* the a having demand, will please present tbe same persons; and Gunn, Eherle Ewell, La Roche and Condie ; Brtitb- do. Lemon Orange, .. -I-I--'.. .

the'South. *' all indebted will pleue call at the old stand and waite's Retrospectsemni-annuallyAntbon and Bullion'sClassical Ac.AMES Hen'
and deadljhatred"t6 Keep. doubt that Docter ITLaa* Pilla'1*tbo beet remedyever settle and French A LIVELY. Stove QUastrhu
Greek Grammars.and
Series.
toe same a* early as possible. to close I the concern. Latin 5, 856. 1
** up January
away from N ;?* Oilcans. ve prayyopis TZII is proposed fat the Liver Complaint( E. BERNARD Ja, every article in the stationery line,Gold and Steel A" SPLE*bID assortment of Cokfa& Paripf .
will be careful to ask for DxM-
.cot{he.pbmce.orys'n.-XQ. Picawpe. f -Purchaser* G. TROUP MAXWxt.L. Pens. Letter, Cap and Fancy and Note Paper, with Copartnership; O. and Wood Stores trimmed with. 7b1d
'
Lurz'a CiLcaaATZd Lcrra Pius and take none else.
Envelope to suit Blank Book, comprising Ledgers and durability at reduced
*- [m L ''* be Liver Tallahassee Jan. 1, 1856. S k FLEISiriliNaltd lWtN tm A. price
Tbere| are other Pill, purporting to Klls
Invoice and Pass PHILIP
Jlrti.: -Gen. Sam HoustJii anJ ,Com. DOW bef.ire the pnWie Dr. MXane1 Liver Pills also Journals' Record.Cases Cash Painting Boob Diaryof Harper's under the dm? of P. & F. neish- .. .' Oht O.orTu'k:

Moors his Celebrated Vermifuge, can now be had at all respectable E. BARNARDJr. 66 Banking received, Portfolios.mouth] Qil mail and: man, having purchased tM entire stock of 8.)f. Fleitb- Roofitsg. Ornamental Front Eeste.Gatejjnj. C.
on their lates'isit to ,Au $lin occupfed Magaune "by yearly
Drug Stores in the United State and Cana olicited. man,will continua the business at the old stand and per and Tin Ooada Un& P Sheet Ld.AHc

feats in the same stage. Not. avord'was'po.- da. 8$ WILL CONTIIfUX TilE suUtribers McDOTJGAtL i HOBBY. respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage of Zine, Lead Pipe*. Patent' m _. Slop wedr

len tST For sale at all the Drag Store loTallahaasee, DRUG & MEDICINE their friends and the public in crn raL of every variety dc.e at abort aotie*. I
BUSINESS U. 18M. 8
cither hotel
by 13"
on tbe/onTe entering January
I PLEISRMAN.t ..
axd at one Agency every Town {in the South. P..F. City II MerebanU.
one day, to dine, they were joined,ty'tlie&vw. February !,.18 &., 8-2w tir "*r-THE OU CTAJtD, IOX A1 FRESH G ROC E R I ES. -' Arersopectfiillylaiit.d io 4brtbacafll.jp
pw"
_
bU
suWnber sold
: 2 The having eatif* stock to daewberk. '
Moors fcavlrg retired from the table after chasing
BllLS. Soperfine Flour P. & F. F1 iah",1",.woald respectfully solicit ia their 2T N. R AH afdele ida 1 lh1 ibctwd .
: froaa tt .
W
dinner tiys Hpcstqo lo tibe nrer> First round of Quarterly Meetings for. the OP THE )OET..ut, 100 ca Extra .. behalf a continuance of that favor liberally be towed best material and warranted ... No GCWIrd.*

*' Yott fropabl t have more-rascality} on. boatdf. tie DUtrict. 150" FrnbPotatoei_ on him. & M.FLEISHMAN.QaimsyFlaJan.l. elf will De oHef rd W lale!

tljistnp-than you ever "rRud'r: -* Tallahassee. 9th'1ud l lOth. r February.Waiufla Corner of CVntoo anj Monroe street, Tallahau.e. I ?8.9 6 "" Crackers Jletlified assorted Whisker,, 1M6._jail_ It.'". t4tBlacksmithing. October :O. ISfiiT 4J -."

w Why r asked the driver. *'Yo iTiaTQCoto- ctrcoU. at Newport,16th and 17th J.Mo rv IP, 1656. 3 10 BOth s Soda crackf'l'i -.
Circular &
of February. "- T' 60" Soap, '_ milE UDdersi Tv-d hav formed prIght si.. -.

modore Moore along was the ftfly,. *'Ah, Leon Circuit,.:ilon'Cdl.- ) ., Chairest Col. Copartner Notice. 10 ..; Sperm Cand1e10 1aeo-tiibr1hlpfurthepur.$ HOE & CO, and! TTclch & Griffith Orolar 8.W .

General" says the drirer,"I jnst beard Com* MiuiQm-at' ".Cesthury;23d. 'and 24ih-. :.'of JOB McD G.IUl l tA.M. HOBST. Star .i poM of earryinp oo Uw Blacksmithing eI,' 48an&$tbsaUby iIteson' .
." 1 0 Maccareni. Business in all its nriou.'InDebf'L. Parte .. D.L.&DD- .
tnodore. .Moore make the same, .refnark, bat itless February .;L .:L.4 IA< .4 I I 'rRJUJiDERSIQEb have thi. day entered into 10 M assorted Cabdj; ular attention ia given to Carriag and Spring Wwk. .New Port. !T Mr.J."UB5. 44 .
Hebron 1st rand 2d.of JL, a co partnership to carry oo the busineos of Book- and : Axle of all ." Tbe t
on account"-{Colombia (r Teas) 6Aded a Circuit t ; 5 Starch. to laying kmdanfTeW.I.shop
your
and Stationers under the
H Vrs ityl and fit of Mo-
m
*" !' 6 Hhdc. Cb iice Sugar is convenient to the i veiy Stabjt ot P.It Bro
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Democrat 24.I;. '.. M&rCIL to sth: and*0thofMarck DOUGALL A BOBBF where all articM belonging 6 Bbl.CrnsniKl "' kay and special attention give toborse.sbowg. JOHN B LLOTD
OB& Gadadn, at, StaflorfJt; :u their.busine*,*'will.be found. 25 .MesTork Fartainz implamcaU of artry. descrlpfa o ddo 6.i ,or ; .

0:7': Marshal l'PelliJ.iv; ins confijrred on 'hi- t. .1 ,McDOUG, ALL &EOBBt. 25 Pnme der. R B. BRTKAW, !..Tioic L.W r. .:'
: JIJ1IJ&QdJ. M&i1ir JJ&D.I.J .._y )0 .t S 'H.'B.:' 0 i :
Qaine ; 1' 10Syrnp
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,jonng Lieut. Jerome N *:- D. : 1 COMMISSION 'MBBCHAKf.
-: 75 BosH assorted Tobaeoo ..11.
l! i "..H J&n.l".1 t. .f'. 4'1"
formerly of Baltiawre,ftftd Iia4cribe'United ,MtPleaanAcadethy.rruE 200 Sacks Salt.sBalesBagging. 'A'ND'oioN!
Exec t rr! S 1!of Land & .. .
Mends Negroes.
&Utes Army, the decoriHon of the LttftrrFof ; .' -' "','- bOM'Oait'-' e'ul grateful to'tbe of this '"' .
lt J. their (and with Coils tbehr. >. wiil 'BFK '
.flhfcf* t tL> (j'yyl** Acadtnl1i fIIr r.a o. pleasure 40 Rope ON t-lO brtry.gW, bold i.
Honors "for great Zealand activity In'u ptr Ina4.dty;t.1bffliidthee, );cf Ll ....Eecla aenouoo to tfaeaiJhai JohavW.Brinwd.Ha.graduate 35 Bag Rio Coffee, at PnbUtt 11M Ooort HOOM in TaJlahaa I TAULAHASSSE 'FU

formince 'bit ii m.pllg I l&jMa*, ".rBOMAS of)erwc Upifrigrirho baa coodneted a hibscbooljwslesi'withccanwdenible 10 Java e eight likely Negroes, via i : Bill and chance ; '.
tf .d !{ 1 B. }; 1I 8ABAB J&JfE PRWE. 1et".i. :socceas.will lake Also, BandrSberry aod Madeira Wine, with a men; Alien and 'Willis boy*; Jeofty Sarah and SB- I 8&nd vcered .to attend ip in Ifexi Iii,.. rJ. '

A grt"lt fr\1 ro ..oaDg I Itnan f ; ; -.I charge of this institntieo en Monday net iwt Compe- general assortment of small groceries suitable for fam- san, women, and Anderson a hrid. Fjvf,.if bhs of OnntJO1'S.: ;
W o M't1Pt: wliir tia to : 1" :, 1 tint aasiatenta, will be employed. Our..JXrloI: the ie.-lIltD/".SI. R. H. BERRY. land adjoiuing and lying SoUth of the Und.fcrnwly. tea Fnrtaiow. Itches.L $ t. '_'h

i aehool for 1-ft a* lows, vis: Testebers 46 Pat- Jan..t2, ,owned by Noah H., 'bctiipsonoiad OolR W. Alito Wertladiation. Thu, a., sid- ., .W. I" L
aM":- t_)N'._: "e" ,".L.uqa" .. ., .8,,.' .e.: w wrn 1a tens, II 8eboth.'W.asdat.g..laaies-sod gen IUS..toutA1alHllt all of the property, of'Oapt !ThoM lUj. lds,. d.- -r. Aa 1/ .- : .. ., ." t

E all".rOt ofrranee Lc I__.#.: ,..-.' -,:. '( .:_...;'0..' WholesaleO,' Gar. ,". iLlJntggllt, 'tlemea ww.u.endecl our examiaatioa par thank for ceiied.Also. .' hthiiATi, : : ., .
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._i._ _'-1 '. ..1 :",.f A. ..".'.;I .. ?J .;". '; "V'- "....l. ..",.. i" .t J the friendship and reipea moe.d y*nen atLftftd. from CAarhtleti :pr Brig Tiinei, the crop o/cottob-titrty-fiv$ *w forty .. I ail 8ii ri r '
E. .GOy-Ra.mri. ".'-niB!G -L n a.f 1/ ; +. I.C :"I. I' H. .DAVIS, Btcrttary.. ? Term aad* known pd tba'* cIf.w.t. ..: v&ay. _. ., .1Uottaalv ljwl:_..
pn tt q' e.1r-.w RDfR8fi: n' PbyrftfaaMasd Flaitters pOt. up I, ML Pleasiat Jtouary 1 9. 1655. 8-4w '! rl5 TEmc'1racLtIliia-RIeu Bag Chat- ?. .. .J&-Q V&aJTT.II' eimtcr- O s1Sta 4jci. .. Ii..)> i.
tt> 1 1"'Sa .
Idilia
f "; .u.. .. >' I, -tanooRH .frkbr. V fold'just! to cover- N. B7f.mZeCoUossoll]keiIahLdd.omf.fiftk .taU at tb1 cb1p. O Store: : ) .
tlng tfczt'ftit .sfttLt-J .f b.gie1-&r4 ." f. expenses by RICHARDSON A. WHITAKFR. .
I E it Ndtitse.J ..flash balaae od umejtfejroes oa tiaa. JOB Jt.'t.tii'"f .
i tbLDpen..d L& DuE .l l6', PebrafiU8. : Newport, Jan._n., 185. <. 2 [SentinelJfost ,, Jan. 18., 1854, S Dee1D .t'"i ii: ; .It -'_.. 4
havfnjf demand th -
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A Ll > *againft ettaU of :
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i xtc ..hfilf M_'Wr 1 Jsrt.icij -N J e.. ", A.:l".r Leno County deeeaaed. are : \: 'Bece.fe.1 i i" ) --:-: J. '. .:..;iJ;
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., ; ip.a.iJt i .M.1tJ.1u OLt r..Dt *attei rat, 1 f JiP.e$ i.rta. hereby, 'uotiHed$ to Menf IDe' same t o UA aligned w .. ", t Aj'I : = '. .'" ?., :..a.c..l.i 0..I '. '

I ;' fh! I., ...n or. to J ; 'i'uckeflmfltUtt1,'I.tq t1Je Hi o P 'iA of -V tuthenUwited, wttaia, the ibe prescribed bv Per Brig E.;Remington fni JV .FbrfcBBLS. ", ---u'am-: :; "_ '_'. 4- ,'. a* t*. ,

nwffti4in 4fTWti .1ij : tcA ut IeU1 1ehtU z4iitraLae I. Apd all person* h4tedto the estate ol'ru&d safd 20 .'Irish'Potatoetj ,10 do Ontoos, Chpne, DRS. ,GAMBLE'& 'DEtTiThFR I S= & .

.. 1 1.I d. tst4 t? tip Iata d( Std iJ Jv to CoW forward,_ .amid 'aettle. Bnekwkeat..Rio and Jara Coffee Jdd Fish.4c I f ,;will Urn .
i"iiii_ .1 ft' i !.leb'LOd .r' which'we offer low f.eah;. .. : thtiPa'b ** ., .
L..OifiIo.q. '. t .. '. -=" .liSi"oOJaER. ': ,, "- Wu.LlA'lf.1'A.noK' -. ]', RICHARDSON WflAB 'J.ht. Oes tiizt J"T er t f :,..0.14 rei I?o.o t*t14.;ioIth aLItr. ,, .
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Ii doe nut do1WTh il hAir: fi,4lnr; 5ort."ir
:: p I-., ; _____. 4 01 ce,OhenfSotiefUd and striped. ; Hair invigorator and Toni .'; perfect any number of artificial teeth, fwn on to a fujl IoU. ;Ev i Sfig jjQ U;; : .M.rftdtJI .A &.MtIT' hff

..- 4 t' 8lir* rfr>i(|>B Mi i |To the. you**.TWUft? 'Iii biual adttJfeAhe beautiful on the late and Improved, p/incjple wih..eoBtinoousirums ( ';, t

t I j th ; t Oro de Rhbee and Black fl lk.x>f:all prieea andS lock nod ringlet, be feet that)he,will be, pardoned,If thereby'rendeifog' them.perfectlV*/ Ufe-ttk';res- 1tli tArQiil f 'iMUijt fV1M'MtfaMoifr 4U"

.- R _ _. q & '- ,- .'- bp were. J J sdvcelugete4.t *"jjwg I iHndy.*and. extensive '-: tonng the mouth ft* oitunil fulnes( and,remedying ile; ';T i" : 'J 't' < -' .Ju =

: I .1 t Bac\: and ootoreJTe3ft- '"r.;.1. obiervtInki it, i*to Jwcatd all eoKigne,and all imperfection in articulaUon4snd.perform' : any. 'other .t : Nti'RE S'ON 'B '"ER.MS''n: ? Ii i t.l M'i 'rr.1r'
; "
-,. lid And and .I' operation, or treat cut. cOb e tH :wro.. Dental .. i f''TtrJ .
., plaid Cfcri>mr< Mcmeat oil the and any .,. I .. -'
y. 't -c timulatfng for hafrl: Veep alwnj*upon the ." 14\ < 'Yo I,' ..:rAt SOiJt -; .
: I sand; pl*!;jp4 firD'Tinqs'3' bette of tbe..reewrativ.e.Jr occasional lisa Science. C i"'M 41tl."q" 1'
i: : ftl toilet a ?iTbCJt' : '
J
in New
had several Orleans. f.\i'D
LrEL1tcr
1 r ., !* IJJ and redfet.d; b silver lock Having earipnettee 1u W
we can safely nef'orth. kOd..ing of tlie Ohio Dental Colleges they 1 : ;Jl ri : .
graduates ;
Black )
Borntxrnpe, ; 1Q1'I1td
: arZb'o o '!rvfILi I Spanish ancl.&U'1bntr D.bftlH-, '.' : rut '. .. l and bald head wiu"1uukaown:,,for all hough the hope to'' blossom dark '
r Con.1.ftlniof .
role the'doiFny"chek .r
f upon 'QltableIUr"U1t' .
may crerfganriettt
.,_." f 'r..i< lA'iien black and eol<.>nrl lulian cloak .., the T&tn'lhoe;.of with their patronage. Practice warranted consultation o4&k *LU4rs
eyete eret.60. plermgand; pearl, C:Tet. Pit4te&e..a -I.
l t. mYJJi.t.-htt.1S C pfrigb( Black and.colnfeVl' *h,1 silk i Talma. *t tilttf!, thetifferal fluid beritbfceTd fnmi.the hair; free and charge reasonable. Ladies waitedon tilth'u which will C1oGbr.TmM 1)4 dbpated of at lawjmcet:!* f"Je"LarfC'-. : to perfect ,.IUl

trn" itred Maie1sr: lS ., Kngh|ibed d'Talma" V # and la co&eqneoccit b cnnie irst dead' and harsh at tfceir residence ifdep'tf4#i. kn8.m" /,
Jot of PP.-d Jancj.awrU, Collar,
., Those their services this and the AUo vUrge
hee desineg adjoining
and V-Q in
.
A ; Jfti.t"i *T -Ato4c tfd pitted embrntdered then' grey-'lor.fallsvtt, nature-wiH'be ro bed'of more, I St9cks IToeier "e.ate. sad ulaic4tkisU. ..1-.J ,1f4ft'... .
; 1
p i Counties will be promptly 'attended to UDQirr.Crant8. -
&IColJ atxf orl
piil fij Barege, upon application L"RY'1 8PEmEB.
lUG
; than ha1t, ts charrnsanthltbough it is a sovereign will eopinlt their !*r, _
to ttx1ciif'ftAe!**] : Terms asb Tfwa'3eiring a'tboroughbot-fft -
1 B'wlc and 1nrN Shalley; i by letter orotherwise., x orvheii .
..'- Welch-ilk and Flannels rtmedyfor thofta erie are pray a* 'Well as those who ; remiired. 'Ornce'4ttKe reiidenca' nurlyoppd- 'own'iotereit*'by riving mea ealL a* aU tbfaVovearUolei I )C7' el7 *1*
rn-de ,
:' are bald;still'all see the propriety of'making only Church Yri: Street The best ba,.! been*eeleeted with great ear*, aod vita avieW .1-
iethe( :
Red and .
vellow .
FbmnOpert *,- Episcopal iIs1Jee .t '
audi anE to the hair and i is calculated trLCai.I -
itaTp as
'* application i to tbairadsptation to tl market .
LflTLEGL&ZT.kt
\ from Lr .. Ftanoeli ef11eolprs.Liglish l .- .' 'to"pr>wrve it both iu a perfect and healthy tate. of r< frenoes can be given if.desired.A pecial%. -V ... JOE? PRAT9BIU&"m wtf t.'Smith.)ays:-I Wd t.po1rarjCsss.:
'
: Denibtr.8 1855.1 -C"9 '
and Erenoh
'rB& band/ ,
"SwiTV.tir ell'lhe CORN and COB' .MILL.koowo embroidered ,! two,alfeixfcd with nxwt dIstreselu 1 M jfh.vbkk
; Lace and linentllUandkrrchiefs. : From the Zdilvr of the Real. Etatt jlJverttter 27 yenibcr.:24,1855.Notice: ,_ ,_ 1y47 : : r4
dicd_.ta"iertik4Itts4
the- LITTLE OjANT\ar.j u prepared School Slrttl.BosTOjr.. IjtIsog udardli
a* .. HD3.1 BACON,. .
Emb'd C )Lirs. Han'Ikerchirb and.Un.Jtre1en. : .
) rkmanlikvbianniir : !. Contractors,' tire of an M physician [?reL BASAMOH] mt&M
.xcut! promptly, in a 'lUorongh;- March L\J 8," '5hOulJn- to *
Embrotdered Chemt.i itU and Collarwtte 20, 64.
.. an 'bopesbtrenvt'At
'U orJva. w'bole*"*!* attdlrctail," *>f said Milk Bln,. brown.aW -entY< '1aregea 'raf.Woed: Dear Sir-Hating become prematurely 2 Plain flans .,/ Onricx or STATE Exoimia, BVEUJaT1') to'grint' orseaixtpvi tip .
Tke t'epuiatio"m-'w n by these' Mill* for Ihe past | 10 bbl.UOM Pork in finfe and for, alt'by.*''' this 4rim J wa persoukd to try .Dr Jgws'Lj.rwort #;
.
1 I. -MiLL O 'ST.Joints
thrnu bout the .dSr..tt''ls aWKcicnt Black Ion:\eilJ\IJ "- quit gray, was induced.-*onie week(since, to ->ni i "Ow v
uRge uv*.f 4u:utility.-$ud stabluheJ eliaraetcr. If g-iar-hat Thteal.CottMaba T4iten>y rtj AT.* make trial of your hair restorative. 1 haveDied, less HOPKINS & MEOINNISSDee. : f : ;Avwvtr* \ir.. 1999.mb fS I I bt red ni4 to'Da. fet b1 tN..Iar. b..
1
1S6S.
0flbrI3kTI'! Swiqi erlfinjianJ losertiaj*, : Jiau two bottles_ but the gray Lairs hare all ditap 48., s -
Mt a larf, amount uf mooeyjLJvl tabor td bring the ELLEDPROPOSALS. .'receiTW'at .this 4.. 'a:1[ Z2 j .d5CBIJ.D" .
Bobioct nod ifnutill&Lice : or >*att'd and although hair hn not fully attained
tateof rl and i. ; my Q%,uptil the 20th dayofAngwt, 1856,for.eoo .
.I lUU.to itspj** Ht* p etiou. :new offer ilOIIDNBOllne'lli.. '
od ;!.t i'St-Vk.Pp der And other, M' a com Colored Merino, tf- its original color yet the process of chaisgc is gradually &nn t. strutiqg a.'CaoalL/with: : ita nfCeMary'Sprx-ndaffeii : ; : :
Ltte arijclc .mecbaousra. simple! and praMMaliixcsy Curtain and Dress CaKcoM, going: op, Rod I hare :great hopes that in a short tune- LADIES colored! straw .utfi As Lift LOeki, Oi d Lock. Ba ih...& ,from 'q : ,. 1t
) hair will be durk have colored straw trimmed Bonnets .
mbroTd redLaee: Ourtains as as formerly. I also been
< mj tR1i StT John InartnRbcri a'di-
on the ;
to
food 4urt.! ta eonatroeti< 9 It.u .pront.uncd! bt'errybdy Hnrnoy WitjjAM RxiLULMsat Chefawatl. -,:
to,be the nu>Mviiport: nt aVtfcle nf th km'iM White,black and lnte hooierv, much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of black plain.II" taMe of thirteen"mile*.S.410 feet; authorized.by the Alia *H may wee*'mpntaUkn CM!.eomtnuo*'
'White and blflfk ilk Jjoieryfc.. be IUT: which before was harsh nud dry,and it haa Gtoeral of the State oL Florida, at i ia *
*
*
AMemUy
< >W ia ue.otifodly "well aJXpteJ for gnudibg cob'utu white satin and silk ; ( ai J to *tat.,that! I used Dr. Rogert LaY nrurt ao4 Tar
lAdies and) G"nt* black and.col'd JTid.Glort, eased to cum out as fnrrnerly.Respectfully limj of 1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act toprovule .
fiiic the wbo low
Tor slockbiit erit or hnnttitony fur the tnble.W blsek"' extra also lID ca4j ofChVrl Vfiult *.quite w.
< Ac. .The- L1TLIADrtcedthe1RSTIREMWM Mine eo1 re.i Kid Glove, '" yours, D. C. M. RUFF. Children and Misses( straw) M (.r' nd encourage Liberal SytUm of Internal' ,Improvement PULWONART CONSUMPTION,witi thibappi.rn

at the late Agrtcnltunil FaV.\of Mws uri.K Ladin nod Oi.-nts "buck and Eid! Gauntlet, CHICAGO, May 1. '54.-I have used Prof. Wood"'j H H M Bata. in this State. effect, .r the usual remedic bad 6W.cJ

atucVty* Iryland, sud.other States,' and that in October 13. 1855.. ',' 41 I I Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevent For sale by DAVID C. WILSOK. Proposal* will specify the- amount &-r whieh the [SipeJ; ] VfX, RICJURM.K D
$ iut ennp1in.ntary..roAmner. The.:No. S Mill is"r. I the. Lair from'ce'ming put, gives it a gloss and soft October IS 1855. 41 work win be done fe mode.and manner ii> which -
,
;*rri ted to rind ten'bushel* of f.d per hour with GeorgiaMilitary Institute, ness very desirable. The few gray hairs I bad have payment are to be made whether in land or monejl.or cr Th. following written'from E3ixab .& .

one Ixtrse aI Tered at the LOW PRICE of$55.all 'r.MARIETTA.. entirely) disappeared. Others of my family have used and portion clack, .Maps, Profile and.estimates can Ky.:-Yocr'Dr.Roger Liverwort and Tr> rUt

oumpUtc, reudr'f"T attadiing Ibi1a e. No; 8 Mill. :. ll.AcadVmic.y{ fjs divided.; it,and concur ""with i'roe in prononncingit nil it -'rnfespesto Whiskey Rope. be seen' 'at this office'and any infi'rmationnbtained by tatitfaction in this place." HOWARD prussiba.it .
T : -> two, lesMonsof be. HENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avenue. FEW Barrels of real A No. 1 MononjrenalaWhiskey the undersigned at Orange Mill Post Of
fifteen and addressing .daft .
.t 83criaib 1 basbrl per Lour 4c. *, at tlve "month' 'each. 'Sei ou"uiin A and pronounces it .nr tf tJ. k. a. .
"7. rin4i l twenty batbtl per Lour'with two I Udrte 1 on tlie 20th wf FtsaCAttt 1'I19'1'tnt11 IOD -ree : -25.OOO Ibs. No. 1 Kentucky Rope. fice. St.John' River, Florida." Proposal' will.also ''E. H,1lACWDnsjgia&Rev.

JL4Jtij,
BOBBINS,! BIBB. The.Cadets are divhL ,l into Tour This Liuhient 1 is a valuable! auxiliary to the treatment ftO day without interest S. S. KNIGHT same ground. F. DANCY. cr' HnraT' zusiof r Mi m mna.
t. ? Owllege alliu. .f of tbe roost formidable duseise with November 1855. 4t State of Florida.Angrut ,
10
some EOiineerStAte
mlJltlr : US). .43Executor's The Annual take We'dueV- L,. 0. write*r-Dr.llogm'been IJTenreri' aod Tarrhoa
Commencement place on .
r 20th ofJc which it is our lot to contend; for instance: iuflama.t II, 1855 S5-ly the ,nenn..fsis. ",MY -ftfidwr.'au '
bct.re/ the 'p ,
duj. .
t Lion of the l lungs aDd hovels.
By and n
Sale thorough continued tJtT"-JSa.
.
SigJ .
: ForSale.T1'E turegrevsfl [
f .ACL1IQeTA77.Cu application of this Linimeut over the regions of. Leon County Iron .Works, -'

"Or-Beal nnet Personal Estate.IN ., !. A. V. BRUMBY,' .!!; IL SnpeTintM'.lent anJ the affected organ the otherwise formidable diseasesare undersigned offer for sale his Dwel- TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. II9r.JlLlbamun' .M )mna T-'Wri '

punuaaee of a deereUl order of'bU' Honor J. ProC n f Mathenutic) an.l Natural).Ph} Joopliy. at! once disarmed of more tban half their terrors. A. Houa ard 50 acre of land south of Establishment ia now in full All Dr. R.pn'Liverwort sod, Ttr' bu flMt wb .
the Belle Air Road. The
Wvls Balur,Judge;'dated the 5th day of OetoW. Capt.THOS. R.McCONNELL C-jmrnandunt of Cadets particularly anJPOg children, and thousands of mother Tallahassee, on THIS, *will be attended Ui.with promptaoaa,aDd I itMetM.' A jmag man.f this pUe well finished the
A-'D..l.y '.ill offer f. rSAjebef.H-. the Court ;and Professor of Kugiaeeriog. were they allowed to speak, would with all the Hou*.bas sir large rooms and ;or premises all work done with neatne** ad.dispatch. u-I-on. in b. ia the lass ".*r .f Cvnnp*.* 1 1
the Mr. V. rtllANGET, }'r f.of'French and Hlstorr.Mr. rloOjUence/if feeling and affection, bear their united is a substantial out Kitchen good water.- H. .IU I L8 J
.u.tou..ty.uNd"
flu*** jifv in it* Town of Qtilne on Monday will h. offered reasonable All kind of work,inch a* Steam Work,MID Work, *
..W H. HUNT..A M and testimony'to the fact that it has snatched their children The property on Terr UAVJD JiKRRlWIUTHO .
tbe Pryf. of Chemistry En *
4tb3 of Febniary next A.D..1S6.. following OinOesrin-Sugsr W11, 1a1' SaV Mathinety; pnfj.
.
from the jaws of death and restored them term ThIS is one of the most o> rabU location in ,
dWribtd Roal and Perfonal property, belongiug,to glisbLiterithre. very Shafting Pulley*,.H Plwigh CaatiajV-Brm
_
to their'former health and it will be L on Connty. For term apply to the firm *fWb USlosiir
Mr. J.1\ beauty. Again DRAKZ .I-i. 0.
GOOD WIN.Trtf. t Drawing. X.-IL X. ri&st
to-wit <> t. .
tW eatatr of Oear raw deceased : door t D. H. Ame Drug 8tor Ca ting & ,;-ako, Soar Kettles of any Wx* kept J
Twelvel ondred aires of land, the greater 'portion clip R. S.CAMP Asi.r Prof of Matbematkr found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally I: next THOMAS WHITE. constantly oa hand, AH.work doao ja *ockoUwi.hinent.wfll I iUte j.-A gt>tltma of my asqiotID4. WbSppritIy ,WIll

elearcd. bring a claim aitaated on what is generally A. CONNELL. M. D?Burgeon! known a* an Ague Cake.or an..enlargement of b..done by n* with A.paxtknlur.gadso' I Itheatrtngh'and .is the ias,t...J. ",,Ill was
kiwwn as Forb.'s PQ *." about ten mile *est The ItintitutiotMt under the dircctiorrnnd management the spleen indeed in all eases where tie external application July H, 1855. 28, 'niabilHt'.af!. the work. 1 reatorecl to .feet IMth 1iJ tJa.t. r. as'

+1 the t"lIot Qniney;' Sixty-one Ne rom of all ages, of K B'ard"of Trustees in conjunction" with aBoard ful. is t f service, this Liniment will be found use DR. R. N. GARDNER Competent Wockmca alway utMadiaeM to pat op Liverwort and T.. n. aura WIII. .

of wK m .ltiut'furtt are prime working hand '"of Vuitor* appoiuted by the Governor of theState. Eiaiuti.Le. .. .. I IT1 ODe.
Twelve. d of Mule aad-Horsci, raor. WOOD'S YKOKTABLC MACE Lire PILLS.BLIMnaLp.May OFFERS his professional services to. the eiti
One-yoke of Oxen,' By an.act ort th 1t Legilature,. the Institution has S063. Prof.O.J. WOOD:-Dear and surrounding country. Office cash or accepted orders on orno business firm in this iDat WI been furm.Lcd witli HO Cadet Muskets and Aceoutremciitt. Sir As have used and ed) for number nt the Parsonage. L Patrwt O, TitssJ. b'i. :.
:Two Road 'Waf on*, t' :- we seen u a place. Liberal price pafd foflold IrO Copper and kfyk $UndiaK,)
-'T.OzCart& a.. and Field Battery .eon iting of four.' six of years, jour Vegitnble Magic life Pills we are pre- September 29. 1855. 39 Bra *.: lie family phweiaa of ,Ifn. .WiNodm *rtwlr

JLUo OD-lb Tallowing Saturday(being the 9th day pounder bnU pieces ud two.twelve: pounder Howit- pared to recommend thorn to the public as superior All letter mutt be addressed (post paid) to year*;'and'dunn that!time abo ha* .u ftr.d wh*'.

of Fr'rurLayJ) will be sold on the. i'UaUtioa above un; to aU others aud infallible in the cure of the diseases Notice. J. M. SHINE :Tallaha M., Fla. eased tnn which finny wrtled lat PULMONARY

b .iribsd r.. _, .' The Superintendent and the Commandant: are glid ;. for which they are recommended: month after date the undersigned Executor of March 11,1854.. 10 CONS UMP nON It I Sh.wM njIrIy eurwibya.
7jfiieujhun1rJ bu.l iel. *x of Corn, niite of West Point,,'an Ja. the institute, upon the B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albrr, P. Jacobs, SIX Es'.itttof: John S.Sbrpnrd. late of Leon County u*.of DA.Roona' Linx woar ann TAR!I'<

flirt tbmind'po nd* of foader! ,' West plan the public may be' assured that i i'* government Orin 'Ruzzel Spencrr Suwrll, Edward Oilber. John dt'4ley"J. will present his a e discipline and course of studies frill be strictly Albro. Lucien B.Street, EJias R. Sweet .John Hacnr VA/KTnTR/ VlrT'Aii .
& -
h-; "J 'l'-.t r"jt1i.t itftof. plantation!, ".implemeFts and enforceA''. ft, Nathaniel GiImore.J ) IL Piae, Win. Johnson, be discharged. LlYIiT AHB SUETALLAHASSEE 8TIIL18, That wh.rtrer Dr. Rojta"Syrup of Lir irm M

*H' w#1S*. H ?*. .n1 an excellent TEEMS: Johnson Williams O. Lawson (C. Farrnr D. Landers ROBERT GAMBLE. Tar haa keen introduced.,h w *upcr4cdinr every lb t

ocI 1P iO* rtS tf'article.1 jfctf r.llj nie p1lbJ This i.wboDj.nrJ

f1nss. .- .. ntJd allothtf cjntiuentxpeu e.,per sessivoof the effects of your Vegetable Magic Life September 29. 1865. n in- to its truly wonderful medical' TirtB* .
\
1y.f Sfrt} -! Tb tahrt'nd' -."on -will be five months in advance. 1112. U.Surgeoo' Pills in my family, I will say that as a family med THE Proprietor.would his friend and the BE WARNED. IN SBASONIlt. .

uld a trpo. them in several bilious attacks an.J infhmation. and public that be baa rebuilt his_ And neglect Dot that conch wblefa I fa dairy1 wraler-
jK rcha* 'Awaeyt:; be :r bye A E3ort ige'uponi Person* desiring further information ean obtain acopy thick Stables the old stand is constitution thra t and
I ttill that their virtues cannot be too NEWPORT. large at and now jig your ,.irriUbof joar Joe
be say highly
*fWet and lw3 with perconal secnrity,:' .r the Regulations" by addressing the Superintendent appreciated -
prepared to accommodate his friend and cuatbnien. and inviting on that dread di4MM.CoaaomptMai.wa4
for in have triumphed f still earnVs the noon business
of Prubate. the f every case they speedily tilE undersigned on
pprnV"4111 ctlithr Judge ame 1 He also Las attached to liw Stable,a good Blaelp w soothing and Healing 1 twnrdy en be obtained am
disease, aud hence feel in bound X calculated
over duty in all its branches. Buildings"well for
i o'th. ofaal!" at the rate of eight ANDREW J. .
draw ;ta : day HANSELL. Srcrenry.lJe..mbtr .
will
recommend them to fll! D. LADD. smith Shop where he bar have done all klod of Dr Rogers'Synip of vtrwort sii4Tsz. ,
JNT JEfnl fatr hn*bvf*y bte annually.- >>'". the otb I 15; 1855; 60-3m' They operate perfectly despatching wagon Plantation work. Horse shoeing and Carriagewtltk :
easy_ producing: no uneasy sensation yet their opera 2, 1854. 35 BwarecContsrfft, I.IItt1OSS.
cr rtr0&ertr.31..n* trad r fifty doilor.' "-sums hewport. September
and with
the best aDd dit-
r- 4rver'uatantodnt: .to be ..enrecJ..otes. with pprov1 'Notice.SI tion is thorough; and I am natUfied! that nothing more ,-,--------- very manner -protcptntu Tie genuine apid4 aui ed4icnaaw .DIt.
lft in most 'Mes. is ueceM.iry thun: these valuable! pills, N Goods. patch. the engraved around utah bottle.' "
,pa.ra.bleolwel.e.montha <' date. wrapper
ptrumal e unty (tef the first
X months a publication of this notice, November ,18.51.. 44
And also besrmj the am r.'. of interest fiou the the rnKJersicntf'l.' administratois t.f the e Ute of to peifurm a speedy :and triumphant cure.Reepectfully HAVE received my supply of Fall and Winter Pne..ll per Bottle, or PIT, bo 1eefnrU."iUwholeMla

t*r.of sale. Lewis.H. Branch. dece. secl I, will present their accounts Yours. tc. I Goods (by late Arrival from New York, BAltimore MTTiTRSJfASH & CO.Dealerain and r*tiuT by '8COV1L A UHAD.
J. B. .
'- OWEN L.4 J MY.sA.FILLYAW, and vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon Coon SANOER. and New Orleans.) and cfTer them to the public on a* I' 1- (. US Cbartre fit bet.fenti and St.Lww.K.OrkaMk

:: ExfCtitor*of 0
lHtt'mtwr. -:t18;. 5. 49 tf aid estate. Proprietors 114,1 695 Market roadway Street, New St.Louis.York. embraced every variety of Dry Goods Groceries, TT/OULD inform their friend*and the publie, that all ordeij aad.applications for' Agencies' mart M .

: 'f. JOSEPH BRANCH. !l Hardware. Crockery, Ac. tc. For the Ladies, I have V i, they.hare on hand good aMortmeutofse1zarticles 1.
,. f'o. o. JAMES n.B&AKCHjAdm''?.' D. H.Awes, Agent, Tallahassee Fla a beautiful assortment of Embroideries,Laces in Sett*. I II a* are generally kept in their lh>. of boaiaeo. 'Yaril.atalltli DinjStra.Tiflause.

Dec.29.185S. a3.elD February 10,1856. 6 I Mantles. Cloth Talmas and Cloaks and a few of ti I and will be jfiving regularly fresh ppUe. Their *rat at one Agency ia every Towin.JBoota..>

.- most splendid Silks ever brought to this market- I term shall be reasoaabU.Tallahauee i August IS, 1S 5. S3 les

... Executor's Notice. JOHN W. EVANS, Planters are invited to l look at my Kerseys t Blankets April 9tl JS5S' 14. -
;- before purchasing.- T.. HAYWARD. Most IpproTed Corn Bfin ia Use.

NOTICE is hereby given to all persons indebted to ATTORNEY AT LAW, October 27, 1855. 43 Hides. .Wanted.. : 1 OF the meet 'approved, t&nx 'C8XX

of Joseph Austin;decked. to make BAINBRIDGE, CEO Wanted iJIJMILLStorials! by the 8ubacn'bftn..
BEEF HIDES ( which the
Lands or
Swamp and. Overflow immediate payment to the linderei ned, Executor. WILL give prompt attention to all business en Public Land Sale.TOTICE I 5000 highest will be paid.! Also Deer Mill hare been for IOI thae Ia ve tarioffe tab t>-

,: And all persons having.claims against said: estate, are led to his rare, in the Counties of Thomas, in price gion aad lower part of Georgia.aDd give- ptrleet*a>-
E'j. : notified to them within the time pre'scribed : I is hereby given that pursuance of inj j and Otter skin*: DAVID C.WILSON
"PUBLIC"NOTICE" hereby present De atur. Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. Jtructioos i from the Commissioner of the General Tallahassee. September 29.1855. It !.L@o Dfriading with .ease:40 boibcU_ aad.JM rile
will he in bar of
law this notice
bv ,or plead February 17, 1868. 7 tf io the day with len than the
Land office, under authority vested in him. by the 5th ordinary fin:power ampir
.
I their Ext'rTQuSncy.
tii-tbe initruetionB of tho Secretary recovery; HUDSON/ In Store and for Sale. Jtwit.i
Tbemaker fornUh 'a
haadtopvthop
3d
Section of the act of Congress Approved August ;
PURSUANT D-e.9'1S5." 52-8w LONG & GALBRAITH
/ ; pu1iewt ti"hereby frveilhat. : 1816 we shall proeeed to offer, at public sale, on the I: CASKS Bacon Sid; and'evtry ooe warranted to fiie perfttt .. r rtii&
in order to bring t 'a' dose the irasinM under ATTORNEYS LAW TALLAITASBEE FLA. 3 Call aDd examine then atDL.ADDZ..
AT
Circular Saw Mill 4th day of February next at this office, the following 4 2 Tierce.Huu -
the cntit). .a Ah net to enable tln SUte of Arkaosa and undersigned has the agency for' th'e''lale of MA. ,', J .
Land within" THE ; the'mscl ves in the practice of Law. They Deletion of Tract. See. Town. 7anjrAtrt.. 5 Keg '
rtberStates.'tteeliim th. 'Swamp HerrickY, Circular Saw Mills J" Harneas
Improved Carriage* Buggies.and
will attend the Courte in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme N E 12 4* JE 160.30NWI 1.UbJ. Sopr. ,
their Knttu,* Mol tit the earn time, afford to irtie* consisting of three sixes for 42. 48 and 52 or 54 inch i I I"T"
Jl !
Courts and the District-Court of the. United II 169.30 10 Bbla Extra '. For Sale bj PB.! Brtka
who claim ttat portinii*of the lanu selected naderi Saws. These Circular are deeidully,the best in i use N.- .' S.F.H '
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30
fit for cultivation an npportuai several of States at Tallahassee. SRI 160.30 BE Subscriber has & .neei.
: aid law arWry-aitB having improvemrtrts over the Pnge" any jut a
Office the Court House. .4 8 Sack Rio Coffee,
t, to introduce'evidence, all laud so selected to tile other Patent in use; The coat about'$300, $350 opposite 8 W 5- 160.30 rery largo opplyefiCmttiaf ,
Bvxe Candle
Star
ppforxl wfcr:eof no-objection be raade within six and f 450 for various MZC-S,according to extra carriage,, .. October 28. 185. ly N1k: is" I. 159.82 5 Molasses Buggie i whicli. IM.dnfor
jkJen will be edti6cd ADd Ac. For further N W II. 'I 159.82 s.Bbla the'mot reaaobaTble tcrm.. -
month from'pia( ; pa- particulars apply to MITCHELL & STEWARTATTORNEYSATLAW. & on .
H N S Vinegar,
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tentwl to ttii fitste : .. DANIEL LADD. 8E4 Noremoer-,18M. 41DR

Suehbjettles t.Ctflipl&te4 by tb.tbwe Newport Fla, November S. 1855. 44 W'J II.. 'I 159.82 Tobacco;Soap. Starch,*aDd many ether* tainpa._ for _u._ "__ ._u _.. _,_ _
tbe made undeft tb,"and filed trilh the Register Lot No. 1, U' N 126.50 ale by S.S.XNIOHT.December HASH.orrxxa
u ,: MILk. .
H II HS lIS, 1865. 60 I .
."dlterfrer-oftbejprope tend Office'for transjni. .' Salts-Salt-Salt, JASPKB, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, !, 80. -
( If 44 II Na SO. xu rxoraaioii AL tzvncta TO TU era.- eI \
tion n. he Q eneral Land OflBe. The nte* ary forau practice in all the Court of the Middle ." .
SACKS of Salt for sale
AJra
ly n..c
WILL II 80. A. B. CLARKE TtuJMAMtx ana ;
4 .
fur aJf!it*are in Jtbe kaod*of said officers., ? > ,. 20 0 HODGKISSPOOLE., The following claues of lana are eiempt from ob Circuit, and in the Counties of '
November 1'1, 1856. '46., adjoining Georgia. 10 i. 6. 'I. MEBCHAlNit' TAILOR : with Dr.M.Ni.h.imKediaWy j.etion to wit: Ma-chg4.1855. tf 12 OFFICE

il IlL bounty Land land entere warrant<;r tt! eali.orjcrip or;located after the with passage mHiitary RICHARD' "-T. JlI CUETT. .,CHARLES, -W.-,DOW.tlMO.-''., DR. LEWIS I U 14 l7. 36 N S U N 4 II W 80.01W 63.EIofSWi DEATJCB ijfj:J': RKADT MADE' CtbnnxoGEXTLIME .AKI Miy 1> $$.:, to

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of the act oLZ&lh September, !S5 o.) aDd prior, tw the BIRCHETT & DOWNING, ofS :E 1" 80.03 .'..}U2cIII1NQ G.OODS.' .
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xJaiouaMo
: P> of fl *act i-f 2J EfUdi,'18 '"Fof the relief .ATT011XETS L4W & IGESTJJ. FOR CLAIMS RESIDENT DENTIST All persons having pre emption right to the above NOW receiving at the well known old staid for 1' j. -- vutoxa 'vnrruramv

fl f mHcHiierriind localur of wamp.and overflowed. J : TALLAHASSEE, FLA. bind, are advised to make proof thereof and payment r occupied by dark & Stillman a general! RICffARDSON & WHITAEEB,

.- ". ';. AO.,490,. Sevciuiflreet, now inserting Artificial Ttf'th'the i before the day above designated for the commencement assortment Superior Ready Made Clothing,FurnisI*. 'and' '

land2d.. Lands already patented Jo the SUte under the WASHINGTON CITt1X7ILL Is new and improved principle, with (.f the mid sale, otherwise lh.-ir rights will be kg Good, Cloths*, Caaiimere Veiling, dee, composed Receiving .Fprvrardluy. .-. Mtr*

Swa4tpIaw., TI practice b"efore the Court of Claim, and continuous gums, from cue.Bide to the forfeited. S. W.MYERS. Register. in:part of the following article: chants 5

.th'atel.l. .bjeetion i\1ai.testlin'ny maIL VV prosecute claim before Congress aud the *evernl other: without earn or crack leaving no place for the J.w.ARGYLE lteeeinr.DI' Fine Black Dress' Coat. NEW PORT, FLA.IMS. .

: toe flklrw t>ee rt!Jlegi tr and Kcerlrer of th.Laii
; Office at such time mftw tU. *xniri twn:of said six July 28. 1855.:. 10 life like and restoring the original contour of the (aCt, Business Coat, 41 .

: mouth,they.may appoint; with tbe consentof. the -- .o as to defy detection. lIe will attend to all tails SNUFF AND TOBACCO. M Fancy Cusimere do. de. .doM Notice.SIX .

CornniUaitmerof the.Q' ieral Laud Office. R. 'tI BERRY in Middle.Florida for Full Setts, Those wishing Full -I 5- Black and Colored Cloth> Overcoats I month from date,the oaderfae4! admamlra,

*: TIjelUtsofiwampaud'ovirflowed hyid* are "pen'to Setts can obtain'i all neocsaaryf! information by letter. PETER LQRILLARD, Black Doeskin Pants. on the estate of WDliere ThompkwtIeeoaWlatftof 1

1; Uapocltonxiuriugtlj regularbu beb urs pfliiof Auctioneer and Commission He will warrant in eveiy instance,satisfaction. awl No.42, CHATHAM STREET, HEW YORK, N" .-Faucy,and Col'd CaMUiiere Pasta. Leon Copaiy.wijl exhibfti her finalaeeooat

I, LiwLQics.l .j..w- prices to suit the time Terms Cash, or when calledfor. Black aid Fa *I'Silk Vest. .VOb51StOtb* Jnd- of-Ptobate for said. Cw
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_: of Peru , bar1T,1tbe of MERCHANTSTALLLLLUX.Z Fancy Velvet do.
Uiren under mv City WaLbjton. ., .SUCCESSORS .. anJaiktobedi.e1ared.-: -
all kinds of8NUFF and TOBACCOS
tLisJlst day Dooembrr.1655.JTBOS Fla, Sept. 29. 1855.. 39 June 24, 1854. 2S_ do. urns. do.. Caibmeree _., ,LUCY THOMPSON Adr IstatrS.b.r .
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in For Curreii
A' ?ESDRICKS.Comniiutoner general use. particulars, a Pr/e White M&raailles do. D.B. i\
Central Land Hides eta be obtained by addressing a* above': This establishment / .ALSO- f: 29. 1S55. 19-CGa ,
Office.
bji*
FLOYD & HOLLAND, U one of the oldest of the kind in the UnitedStatea.
: 6w A fine asaortn.ntof8blrtiCofl.CraTats .
f Janury-19;<1'8U. TASTED. in any quantity for which tl.highest I-4 B nP8hK!, '
L I T market price will b. paid in cash "or grocrric Attorneys at Law. White and Colored Kid and Silk Glove,MIl adjust'Stoeka. Kid Jeairr L.. Ba ia*. "

f. > .- 'r: Tax Collector: Sale.BYV BEOOME A.HEIR. TT7"ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle Feb. 17, J 855. 7-ly 'r Cotton and Merino 'Undershirt, Jessie' 'L- .-. TTei.valkiaf.

: ;rtoe of tl e authority vested ia me by law ''J 5.ptesnbsr1I6. 27 l T and West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof Bacon Bagging -&c. Drawer, Brown,Fancy.; Cotton add Lia."I'Isrnd.. .0: Ke* i. &
Hoe Whit and Colored .
levied ri die lands known n*Ole"For,' the State. Also in the District Court of the United Cambrw odkrchJfr,all Black cloth Oatterv, -
: received latest arrival from' N w Or. of which are offered to the poblic on reasonable Urme J .>. ...
per
Ivmjnrod being within-the County of Leon Stat., in the Northern District of Florida.R. JUST Prau-Bukiai; -
PureftaM THOM1S() MITE '
; and Neil York the following article J which and -wrrntedugtod aa o9dIaA1s 3Laxket.- 1'II .'# '
;. cumpiiaig'1G.tU acres p>ore or le**. apd etiall proceed .J. FLOYD. Office Ardaobicola, Fla 0I' ;s .., ". .
( ell < b of .the same, before :-tht >Ck>urt- D. P. HOLLAND.. Quioey,, Fla they offer'at th" lowest cash' price: ,Call and examine. Boot**. \
/ f : Copper 'and Bhet Iron 15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bale l Banfag, Noyiber10.I$5L 45
j bones i door io theettyWTallaIia* eon Satorday the MANUFACTURER'of Dec. 22. 1865. filExecutor's j. Kt. kip tCIt i os.
kinds of Plain and Fan ..
20 Bbl*. Flour, 1 5 P* Hea Itlaad do. s$ .-
2: 6th day of April tertt..ffl aelwfy the State CounIT Tin Ware&'tAk pUasure ia iufurming the citizen! 10 Bbls A. FISHER Jr .
taxerdo thereon fur the 1865 'cy Notice. 30 Coils Rope, Whiskey, 'p.w: A Eotes -
r. ditLailrOd fear if Tullabasse'e'and theVum>uo4iQgc<* \ ,that] be i it OOlba.TwiM 10 Bbl*.Mm i'ork- .
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW _
'V _. .II. .I
:( J.I-L x L. 0> DBMILLr, iio tu wait on all that 'Wish to pstronFre'him months after date I,will present my final ac 60KcgsNsJis. I : .. -.. .. ..'-.... (. ". .'
;. Tax Cvll ct<>r Leon Coonry.Mf '_SIX and voucher to the Judge of Probate for .v-il L. ': wnfrAm4We'rp.rt T'.utA..u 'Y1' 'SSI' .
-S.of bus tie' .aT T>Te 7knTbw thank* .JttmI.Jbr.lul' : -_ ,-. .. ..a.- ....
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SOL : LJ21'r-.rI.- Jr to tdtbEbtie gemrrully the'reryHbrral .' Leon Gonnty and apply for a final discharge front ; OeUit>er 87. 18BI. "4tA.rPERRYvAMAKER- "' .: of.the"-/lY.JUCldHrm. ---.I.

!:: dle pticilktr =pitr tfj?* WKb' rbleb.h. hiLt hiretolor.-bft. the* office of Executor of W.O. Hylton. deceased. WSSSSf&SLtS L '."' II

fj- *" "*fctacait'f uftr.: I favored1, at>c twt Jpe tbal a'cootiaaaUoo- of the *aine | W1LK CALL. Ex'r. I ; ,. ro Offle.la tie!Oapitrf,Idrer .-Mery.Imm.ate3j ,...-. ,". ..W.t: *-
Dec. 2!, 1855. 51 6m ; >
will be birD' I
granted the room of th*Cfcrm.tU'dlap".ON\ aww .
itibb Gt
Ia J ". f1W t rrors.stooU14UiLyinud 'J i He''wfil eoattnftlr keep oo band full supply of allerUofWBWtwaallykeptia I! T'TDaIlDtT kYL'LWTALLAHAS8EZYLA July $t', 1UL'.p' Ii Mj r 'l', -
Wnt d. t.
f cl.: : ; aoeatahlulnaientof bi ,; ., .
:. ,; 1"1Iiatr' -
fto' ofCbasi'WI '.rtmeft& ofSheet Iroo, good wagon'maker will find constant sn- May '1,.1888. .to. -:, '" -OOiFm Imm.GLE: N4 N. H..w"HlJo'i' ,
ti< of ice for a change,her turn* jjiirtt Leid;'Uad Pipes; SheetZioe; Cistoni'Pqmp.- TWO at Centreville, good price paid. .Men-' 1 .a.T ,Qn1dl 1iI.r. ': .- .

_. to EUxabeth Le'icu'rppI bift.tbi publieat of and grfat: nuay other articles Uo'fiuatrou to meD.without F
thia notice for thrteictb !.p Uon wilt be made tioa.&f CeetreTUIe, December 8 JSS', ;11' ., TYTLAW k- h char16.tiai'tcui t-- :'" :'7 PtaDtat5oa11.

i to taM&tf._atfoaD Ving .t "d 7LBILDERS.r <1-A NT eenaknmeata of.LONG and EiH WotoaoaAdvances' "'''

} 'lie -.9..1. 1 d ,trt... Tin Roofinf Outtoln i,Copper,wd Tin'ConduetTnsr s.: s. KNIGHT; : MONTICELLO, FLA. J\ PLE COTTON. other,.... \ .'. .kip-r. ...-.. ,., .
W t I <
'COUWCIL in 1JRf. '. -. pipe"Afcf all of_hSdtb. proBMtt1 to.do in the most AUOTIONEERA. COMMISSION MERCHANT July 30..188$ JanG&iSI& with their best attention. 3 (treoM< _* W"-b,d-of .u ofbkbWb.: W4 a.,.. .;....
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: J.1"UM_ -- .t .1. worlt-mMlike1nnnh1.Dd #le:>TKlvof: the best material Collector's Sale JAMXS Linooxa MadUoa- Oocaty,or TL-g.'Dyxj.: ; ym.d.I.
.. TAitAIIASSEE County JTax, "' .
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> y' '- 00 Biorf t tiKi fcfc,* dfnoirf riaenvat Jtt.lermll ,TtOBtDA.SepteroberMSBS Quiney Fla.October : .
: Notice. Having been engaged'for the la tight' y 'l'Ia1jjapabtUUesuemechznIebntntth.umetjmeh ,._ 05 BY virtue of the power rested in me by law. J I W.-1855. -. 4t-4& .- 'JCJ', ".-t. <..t._.,.. ." ... ..- -\ 't

[t purtQar.ee of aiTofoeFonBe'.Hoo.1, Wayle*$a> u1a'fSnIttb .. ilrinbjt"rx..ta re- ;ball ffr at publl'a&te ber 4'' 'the.Court 1I0U1t oila.,1.1-.s.a, Cott "

: IS kerlhe unlerrigned WSfalif( Bkoi, will sell atMsbff _mead bt l f.l ther t A bW. utgard, Manufactured Tobacco.fSHALL're I door, in tbftTown of QUID 1. on Tueday.tb 12lb'day _Fresbflic. .' I a
;. ; !? aoiue 400 Boxes of Varfeu. ,,f February nei t or.tllb all that tractor parcel el 'Alt of'Riee on the'wtjfram: ''b&1Jnt''AJe' ,T-'tB1L Ly2ir58'r:.. att.:
e brand ,
't., f.tUR tMfk1. ip,1g141J 4121 da,dI" pjl snrn attlhat ftfOfjhim,wttu 4 fcafl,td votl aJd ti'. M tl"' Hanur.eturttd Tobacco on consignmtatjCTijrtnU'aewon. and lying and being in The" County of Gadd!n,known. n2\'.whole. aIbT-. .: .f If' D.U1 : LI ton_8W..fwA-t _.i'

t < and Umg. iu ,ranch thereof*1 will :_.v".,_... .4-'" "..If. OT.. ,, '. p .' ", ,"\.t--. ._.,\....". '.., .. : t1t;Fm,'. ,c- f"4-Af t t ,.'i'
itaLt tfn f <* r will do lrt4ftt.r5i
CoJUIdI.-I 1 mmd and it "
lor SbiJkW' gthtrtroniet'We '.lfOWlMfdn i=&'Slur,awfll l L 1OtXfl t6fni Herchints vnijMibU lower ban same'quality.can be Wd down: Jland Company..,I"togcUwrwiHaU.' : coat* ,nTch" ma1'aocni I .. '. ',. O'fWf'JtJ. "" ,'f .' '.\ ..::. 'ilsn '1J.1. "'.

., -EogoetSth aDd i."I'fftIta'1Ud. nit l, tOO Coot street .he' h. will be bd t.tt.un ,;"r from.-.s ta and ooitirc to'goodXrrpett par: thereoL 'lA1I M 8LTITsi3elWpt .. 5 jo DtrSn J'Jr % : "
: for Gldlb'eft : : ca pi .J
_*y flllWtLLT.AM 800m aU bit ,,. T,1ItJV.S wnt. AIftEL'LAD1). .

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