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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 9, 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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'.aJ, ;BK:PK. W..ELDEB. were.Major::Gpner bffiieatoOriiab Gaon ,Governor; _njpng whom of Pnrhla uf was the in office(act the.siirg* he filled, on tins vpyage. Ho Speaker. ofthe" Hoasc" ,of. ReprtscntatlTW.Sincejtbe .' Tfee'Dtata'bed Sctut'*of Ccl,'Jar'B"rr;'I'Ef'.. Tbr- ':ihiM'_. J, :
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;. d General TonejOhivb& and 'nat mti formation of the Democratic It has has generally been'jt edMd sop- 19!' .. !.A .J..- 1
tnta'i life is heroic and hiV
When'a pttneTiu t aa '>ell as i captain
commanded, the brilliant:'charge'of saul leader : posed that Cob' died unbeliever refusing ThesaysrAt XjiyeUd/ 'Co rMrrofto; .J__.?,,
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of the expedition: Whig: parties (s says.the Albany Argus) there ,. -
tho horse Bdeha
passed into history, world' wants to Vistar The sorpfSse ten minute* past tWo o'clock lia.
was
religions xpeUentami
ma- have been .consolation,,, Av.inost
thirteen elections for of
know lUna perso&ally,nbma I1.. The:"grAye toil!,., hnt the" Spy :Company had the'ativan.tagei _'Dr. Kat.e's Narralive of I Speakers, distinguishHl! Episcopal. minister i ,",. in afternoon, Stocking* ejn4 1 '.DrukiH.win
ofthe' -g und.t the firsiInstant the Expedition! the Ioueof_ ... Representatives, resulting m dill execnfced 'by.toe-'t'awif otSbif.:
and reverehd chronicler, passing over his beginnings of now preparing, and in pthcea of preachi g. a sermon to the .yo Ig. men of I ;
the:discovery -ind< before liaR publication the,electioji! of Democrats and 1 Thomas Jefferson CMssom&e kitfor4hemnrdero1CepbpFgIesbauhN.jth.'earned
rascals ight ,
fnllv twenty. ,
ubbibeven3ugs
Washington two
: bj'-Meksrs. Childs pity, ,
presents., him abruptly in ,bis full i e1 & Peterson of Philadelphia ago .
comp, ended lheirlrfvolrmcnt .the1 Doctor' will{ embrace the important two Whigs. Previous to, this period there alluded to Col. Burr's supposed religious infidelity .

grown greatness; men render the admiration. :,shouted in* Spanish '" Braa.! eApibil1adventt in'the frozen far. discoveries made were six ,elections which resulted in the which led to the following highlyini fr of ibe miserable QJprjts.hsd01{ ufes... ,
, regions ,
/' beyond ,the *h ,
earned but .spnpatlieitc enmlstion awakened : r, Colonel) l;; :form your line' for the'chgr'Anddothtthey I all the predecessors of the American rea of choice of five and anti-Fed- teresting.letter, from the; ,venerable.Rev.;Dr.Vanpelt lion! to make,.but on.the, contrary,,eacli, ,; ,

Is concerned'to, know"how' grew into _: ( went npbnthe erie ring party and their explo. Federalists. one. which was read last Sunday evening tested his'innocence' 'o fho last,-even opouthescaffoldl .
perilous
adventures eralist. *
hit maturity excellence. This curiosity I my; :Kane "and'his! gullant I Kentucky charger crowded with romantic incidents which by the [pastor of Trinity Church, New York,"
ahead. Understanding the that in The list of the Two,.hoars previous to:ftcir '
principle sendsa the of following Speakers House before his numerous congregation : deatty they,
the
is net an idleness of the fancy,.T>ut a persona] hllowcandle language Secretary ot''the Nay, asked
through it
n plank, and that the ( of wrre tbeJ""t'fer tready for din r.-
: not Representatives and the '
only excite terms for
interest t in the:.facts" that,spring. out, of those momentum of a body i i its .weight multiplied I'novel our wonder, but borrow "a whichtliej' THURSDAY, Hu( .01'D'ST.'KEW. YOBK.-. Rice rejJieil I.'!! ,: .m-jiungry.f Driskill

tho by'its velocity, he'dashed the I, grandeur from the truly benevolent con. were elected, may not at. the present DNmhar.. IX IF1.n ,.iiJ that be wantVtJfa'goodoKl
which man through. dinner,.it'
put every upon opposing siderations
aspirations which -- -vufiaf r. ; C. Eeid
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and nerved him time be uiiinterpfii! "" V Jfv-My ;Dcar frt .
force and :r SirI % .A A
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fulfilment Ofmsown' destinity. How came Jiifir fKpf )Iin" .--f turning.........vtnimseiTFainyBniToanded to enijag .rL-- -- *- *-: 7t"ii
.t;. .. 4. 1!, -.Lii.- 4It-tIr-111 wn3t ;ariB._ :two of! the enemy giving him''heir for th. Presidency, Henry Clay -was a Democrat evening, in which you ", desire me to give youa 'else, .41' :The. dinners wero

to develop it I Some men are born .special attention. One of thes ; disposed Washington Correspondence ofthe Charleston full statement of all tho facts concerning the brought iif afldd pat d 1 ftb great hrartiness. I. '

happened of in instant wag News. last moments of Col. Aaron Burr/ &c. In After dinnrr, each nf them in'torn, .
have an by rearing his horsewhowith
great some achieve greatness" ; some a blow of his fore foot, floored Irishman: WASHINGTON,January 29, 1856.-The dull Cong. Year. compliance with your desire, I 'state That washed aDd dressed himself' for aha final mo- \

greatness thrust upon them. H o\y.caraa this and wheeling suddenly, the Doctor the; monotony of Washington life attending the 1st-1790 F. II. Muhlenberg, Pn. AntS-Fed- in thVsummer, about tIle 20th of June, 1836, me.nt. .

man'! yt f Is it within'iny roach also! and, other a sword wound, which opened gave the election of a Speaker, was enlivened to.day 2d-1701 Jima TrumbeU. of Conn., Fed. Col. Aaron Burr. came to: Port Richmond TLey could not,haye made'tlietr'i i .1wj.tl 1

by what mean! History provokes us with: iliac artery, nnd put him hors de. external by a'figbt. I told your readers that Horace 3d-1793 F. A. Muhleirberg, re-elected. Hotel, Staten Island, where ho took, board, moro dcljberaiou"ajLd, coolr.eaaJr Uiey bad.. .1'

'fhis combat Greely nas carrying his abu!c of members a 4th-1795) Jona Dayton;ofN. J., Fed. near which I then resided, as did also the relitivo been going to .a,'(rolic. TKakill. ;when washing -.
such these: 'Biography answers subject) of the Doctor's militarysurgery
queries as. was the Maximilian. The little too far, and the sequel proves the truth 5th-1797 Jona Dayton/re-elected. and friend of Co! Burr Judge Ogden remarked through the window, near

them. brief melee terminated young: with from the of what I said. He attacked Mr. Rust of Arkansas 6 -7-1799 Then. Se'dgwick, Mass., Fed. Edwards. Colonel, (Burr,) being n valetudi- which howas standing, to some one outside/ 1

Doctor EUsl:,Kent Knne is not quite thir Mexicans' We surrender." Two:i cry of the officers in the Tribune of yesterday. Mr. 7th-ISO I Nat. Macon N. C., Dem. n :rim in feeble health, Judge Edwards solicited that he. was 'gelliug A good.ready.' la pair

old yet h has done more than 'made a dash for an the Door Rust waiteJ for him coming down from the Sth-1S03 Nat. Macon, re-elected. me, as often as I conveniently could, to ting on lila shirt Rice .discovered'that there
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ty-four years them escape Capitol to-day, after the close of the session, 9th-1805 Nat. Macon, reelected.10th visit him, and administer the consolations of was a button missing. Driskill told him' to
he has visited nnd pursued but soon the chase.
circumnavigate the globe; South America. When he returned he found gave his up ruffians ;:. and obtaining from Greely a kind of timid admission -y807! J. Varnum, Mass., Dem. religion to him, which, he said, was desired'by s,.w one on. Rice. replied t. that he hadn't. time.,
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traversed India, Africa, Europe, preparing that he was a resistant, slapped him 11 ti! -1809 J. B. Varnum, re-nected. Col Burr, and would be agreeable to him. I Driskill nonchalantly rejoined'that there was
the islands of the Racifie, ,and twice tn massacre the prisoners. As he gal in the struck hin 12th 1811 from that time the 13th of] 'an hour yet.Rice finlshed obserr.
the loped the officer whom-he had /ace-Greely in the mouth, Henry Clay, Ky., Dem. Accordingly, to as ne, .
penetrated the.Arctic region to Ingbestlat- past young aid then 13h 1836 the which he died; ed, Well etIemen 1 reckon
Rust knocked him several shoulder : ---1SI3 Henry Clay, re-elected. September, day on [ Jihereiwaa:
wounded
ho heard him
itude attained by civilized man.: lIe has'en- cry, Senor, save my hlows. Mr. Rust then walked\ along, follow 1814 Langdoai Cheves, S. C. Dem. at the said Port Richmond House, visited never a ts-ihlingersoulto die than 1 am Stoek.
ofsea and land father. A of
countered the extremist perils discharged group Mexicans the"guerrilla huddled guards were ed up by Greely, who, coming up to him said 14th-1815 Henry Clay, re-elected. him as a minister of the gospel once or twicea ing said nothing, but [conducted himself(as:

in every climate of the globe; hejhas dashing; upon together you treated me ungentlemanly, sir." Mr. 15th-1817 Henry Clay, re-elected. woek. At these consecutive interviews I he did throughout), witb.great. dignity and
du'ies orthe soldier with their lances in rest. He threw him- ,
in tam the scrverest : Rust then took his stick to him and struck I IGih-1819 Henry "Clay, re-elected. was uniformly received by him with his accustomed firmness. ; I,

and the seaman; attached- to the United selfbeforc: them-one of them transfixed his him several harJ blows, when_ hi. j own compamoiis JS20 John W. Taylor, N. Y., Dem. ,, politeness and urbanity of manner. The Sheriff then proceeded tdjuith- ;.

States Navy- an H surgeon he i i", nevertheless hors another lie-killed gave him a severe wound in I stopped him. Greely- in the first en- 17th-1821 P. P. Barbor, Yn., D m. I The time spent with him at each.interview- fatal rope. Rice requested that'a itool.which

engaged at one time in the coa: survey of the th> groin. the first lieutenant, counter said he didn't know Rust, anJ asked ISth-1823 Henry Clay, re-electi-d. which was an hour, more or less-was chiefly had bee II-pIeced! for his accommodation'on,

tropical ocean, and in month or two, we find: j wounded the second lie'ntenatit, and blewa the crowd who he was. There is very little 19th-1824' J. W. Taylor N. Y., Dem. I employed in religious conversation adaptedto the scaffold, might(be reuzoveda.ndon.: : his
of !
the colonel's
beard
htm-exploring 'tho fiigid zone ; and all the part of his off with the last pity for Greek, every body seems to be down 20th-1827 Andrew Stevenson, Va.: Dem. his declining health,his feeble state of body request not being immediately,complied with,"

while that his pr onal experiences had the-I 1 charge six shooter ; Ihengrappliagwith on the poor editor of the New York Tri 21st 1 -1829 Andrew Stevenson, ro-e-lected. nnd his advanced age,concluding by praying he removed it himself. He then knelt d wt--- .

character of romatic adventure, he was pushing f I him, and using his fists, he brought the partyto 22J -1831 An. Stevenson: reelected.23d to Almighty God for the exercises of his great inclined his head forward reaiarking that
them in the spirit of scientific and philanthropic terms. Tho lives of the prisoners weresaved bune.The the influence of his and divine he had (
House to-day was enlivened by a -1833 Andrew Stevenson, rs-elected. mercy, holyspirif seen men, hang, by which we un.
enterprise.As and the Doctor received their swords.As sprightly debate. Mr.J A. K. Mar.-hall pro 1834 John Bell, Tenn., Dem. blessing. In all of which ho appeared derstood that.he.regarded that as the proper

a boy, his instinctive bent impelled himto soon as General Gaona could reach his posed to the Democrats that tho Americans 24th-1835 James K. Polk, Tenn., Dem. to take an interest and bo pleased, and par- position. Driskill!! on observing it said," Abe
th! indulgence and enjoyment of such adventures son, who layat little distance from the scene tic would thank for the I to Rife )
select a Democrat or the Democrats an American 25th-1837 James K. Polk, re-elected. ulaily mo prayers are you going kneel f answered
as were best fitted to trainhim for of the last struggle the Doctor :ound him sit to be the Speaker, giving the Democrats 2Gth-]1839 R. M. T. Hunter, Va. Dem. I offered up in his behalf, for my offices and the t'es." He then turned to Stqckir a-id

the work before him. His collegiate studies ting by him, receiving his last adi ua. Shifting ] the choice and both! parties to unite to elect a 27th-1841 John White, Ky., \Vhi interest I took in his spiritual welfare, saying said, Sck, which way i is.easiestway I'V, .

suff rod 80 re poitp ?ment wh"lehlsr>hy-icJ the soldier and resuming the EUgon, he Speaker. Mr. Whitney! of New \ork denied 28th-1843 JohnV.. Jones, Va. Dem.29th I it gave him pleasure to see me and hear my Stocking replied that he .should.stand un1ess., I

qualities pressed for their necessary training secured the artery, and put 'he wounded man )lr. Marshall's authority to obligate him by -1845 John W. Davis, Ind., Dem. voice. And when I remirded }him of the advantages he thought there was danger pf the *ropo. a

and discipline: It wa almost fo the spirit.ol:: in condition to tr.e!. Tho ambulance got any such arrangement, avowing that ho would 30th-1847 n. C. Winthrop. Mass., Wl.ig. he had enjoyed, of his honored and breaking. The 'SlierifT .a4suied. him dicta

iraanoy that he explored, tho Blue Mountains up for the occasion, contained at once the not vote for an administration Democrat.i 31st-1849 Howell Cobb Ga., Dem. pious ancestry, viz: his father a minister of was no darngef.t He therefore stood.,op. ,1m .

Virginia, as a'student of geology, under the wounded Maximilian the wounded second The democratic Speakers opposed it. Gov. I 32d-1851 Linn Boyd, Ky., Democrat. the Gospel aud President of the College at Driskill knee'ed. lire rrp'TTrfover :" _

guidance Professor Rodgers, and cultivated lieutenant, and tho man that had prepared Cobb took the ground that the declaration of' :33d -1853 Linn Boyd] re-elected. Princeton, New Jersey, and his mother a descendant their faces and the bolt +&. ro.- ;

at once, hi hardihood of vital energy and them for slow travelling, himself MI his litter, principles by the Democrats was not intendedto II' of tho learned and celebrated divine Scarcely a.muscle) of.lheir: (nnwt '1801_ f.,

those elements of natural science which wen from the lance wound received in defence of be offensive to the Americans but was on- The Argus adds : Jonathan Edwards, and that doubtless indt .:the dliogliru"I:1 A large crwwd a ,

to qualify him for his tfter services in the his prisoners When they reached Paebla, ly meant to show to the ; the principles Mr. Hunter was elected on (the IGth ballot many prayers had gone up to Heaven from was in town, but only aboot t ? h7i4 J .

Said physical geography. Bu',in due time the Doctor's wound proved the worst in the which themselves country entertained, in en after an exciting contest, by a vote of the hearts of his'parents'his'well being'Andhsppiness witnessed tbehoibIetsigedy' > ., ", '.' : .
they
he returned the pursuit of literature and I party. JJe was taken to the government the for eaker. WhitniImd 119 to 113.: Mr Cob I .was elected on the it seemed to effect him -And wfaen-] .- "__iMomii_ : : ; '_-". "'"'-' t"; .' l. ':

achieved the usual honors well as thoughhis house, but the old General, in gratitude for tering the Democratic contest opposition Sj> Mr.to it, led Dr. 22d ballot, under a plurality rule, which was : I asked him as to his views ofthe Holy_Scriptures The.N atlojwa Aierka.zejez.{

suffered diversion his services, had him conveyed to eventually adopted as tho only N manner in he the.most 1
college studies had no generous Marshall to withdraw a resolution against responded- They are perfect 11.secoidda..r11 ..- .
educated andhis his own house. General Childs, American I which to secure an organization of the of truth the world has }
his muscles an J nerves were I caucus nominees, which he had offered to system ever seen. The 23d day; of February, I.IItIIb iitd..
brain lost nothing by the indirectness of commander at Puebla,*hearing of the gene duce result. pro. I. Hous So that judging from his own declaration and versa ry cf the birth-day of Washington has ,

its development but was'rather corroboratedfor rosity of his prisoner, discharged him without : I am a of opinion that eventually some one No better proof of the popularity of the behaviour to me, as his spiritual adviser, he been set apart for the meeting of a'Nstionaf

all the uses which it has served since. He manj! : any terms, and the old general became of the'South Carolina will be elected Democratic party can be found than in the was not an atheist nor a deist. Convention of that portion of the American.
delegation
graduated at.the University of Pennsylvaniafirst ihu principal nurse of his captor and Speaker. They are he least objectionable -. fact that, since its organization, it has had a I did not administer the holy sacrament to party. which stands alike upon the twelfth or
afterwards in its benefactor dividing his attentions between majority in the House of Representatives I him did he and to
in its Collegiate, and politicians to all parties in the House.- nor suggest request me national section and the eighth or anti-Cath
modicaL His special relishes in him and his son, who lay wounded in an adjoining 27 times out of31 including the preseatCon. do it. *
deportment. olic: article of the
Gov. Smith of Virginia, has the confidence of Philadelphia platform';and,.
study indicated Jus natural drift chemistry room. This illness of our hero was gress. In regard to other topics, in the course of if to further
the American but of the Democratic as suggest a commeo( the.
And natural science i in its most intimate long and doubtful, and he was reported deadto not par- repeated conversation, ho remarked; he was upon -
choice
surgery; ty. On that account he is :not ava laLlt.- of.such a day for such"a parP/th
and the his friends at bom?. Technical Observations. General Montgomery when ho fell at
converse with substance, remedial near from which the Declaration .
1 think, however, as has been suggested in m city of Independence
art in its most heroic function. He went When he recovered and returned, he was Washington Union, that both the Democrats A few days ago a couple of men got info Quebec ; and that notwithstanding that disaster was proclaimed, and in which the constitutfon. -,

eat from his ..: a good classical employed in the Coast Survey. While en. .and Americans, adhering to their a fight. and as a consequence, it being naturally I if the army,had pushed on they would of the United States was formed, has
astronomer gaged in this service, the government by its respective the of excited individualsgot have succeeded. In reference to the affair ,
scholar, a good chemist, mineralogist, principles, shoud! unite some man. case, a ring been cbosen'as the place where this convention -
and surgeon But he lacked,'or'thought correspondence with Lady Franklin became Of course, in the discharge upon of his duty he around the parties, and each accordingto and death of General) Hamilton but little was is to be held.

lie lacked, robustness of frame-and soundness committed for an attempt at the rescue of Sir would respoct each ofthe united powers .lhatpla his own particular feelings in the matter, said. He intimated, however, that ho wasprovoked The august example of George Washing-; .

of health. He solicited an appointment in the John and his ill-starred companions in Arctic ed him there. It is useless to endeavorto gave his advice. to that'encounter. Jon rnvqked sustain that reHgousproscrip.! .,

navy, and upon his admission, demanded active discoveiy. Nothing could be better addres- get either party to abmdon: its princi Peg into him !1" said the shoemaker ; ham At my last interview with him, about 12 tion 'from which) his soul revou&l, [and that

service. Ho was appointed upon the diplomatic -, ed to the Doctor's governing sentiments than mer his.. upp r leather for him-that's the o'clock at noon, the dayhe departed this life .spirit of political disfrarchisnneBt agaipst:

staff as surg-oo.to the first American this adventure. The enterprise of Sir John ple3. kind-wax him pny lad.-beat his soul out (about 2 o'clock P. M.. as aforesaid, Sept 13, which his civil and military character was a"
him ran the current of of hia 1836 I found him as- usual, pleased to *
Embassy to China. This position gave exactly one own for him. see me, Jiving protest c.ould not be more deeply dishonored -
opportunity to explore the Philippine Islands, enthusiasms-the service of natural science Wearing Flannel. "Cut into his fat, old leI," said_ the batch tranquil in nund, and not disturbed by bodily than,by making the anniversary of-.

which he effected mainly,on foot. He 'W8S combined with heroic personal effort ; and, Put it on at once : winter or summer, nothing er; knock him on the head. Say why don't pain. his birth-dny the,oce'aiyon of such an assenVWage.

the first man\who descended into the crater of added to this, that sort of patriotism which better can be worn next the skin than a yer punch his ribs You're a regular calf, I Observing a paleness and change in his The: Declara'tfon J of independence i it'-'

TaeI;. lowered more than a hundred_ et by a charges itself with its own fall share in the loose, red, woolen, flannel shirt; "loose," for you are Knuckle him, now yer got him, countenance, and his pulse tsemnlous, fluttering self is the strongest rebuke of this new-fahg-j .

bamboo rope (from-the overhanging.cliff and execution of national-engagements of honor ; it has room to move on the kin, thus causing and make minse meat of. hiu and erratic, I'asked him how he felt. He led American party, and the constitution

clambering'down some seven hundred more and besides this cordial assumption of his a titillation which draws the blood to the Dress him well," said the tailor, see replied, not so well as when I saw Jiim last.I never be quoted by a iiieoiber of )jtl e secr cark et

throojh fiie scorine, he made a tqpographical country's debts and duties, there was ho lit. surface and keeps it there ; and when that is how he pants fdl himgive! him a stitch then said, Colonel, I do not wish.to alarm order without a sense ,of insult iriftiete.d.!QPob.I .. ,

Eketeb.of the interior of this great" volcano, tie force in the appeal.of a nobly brave spirited -the case no one can take cold ; red," for in his fide)-button up his lip, and knock him you, but judging from the state of your pulse, I I that .sacred instrument and the deliberate vo- .

collected battle,.of sulphurous aciJ from the woman to the chivalry of the American white flannel fulls up, mats together, an J becomes bang up." 'your time with us is short" .He replied, I :'lat ion of Jte injunctions called ro r.* -..-,*
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very month.of the raterand. .although he navy.He e' tight, stiff, heavy and impervious. Tan his J hide," said the currier, "peel the am aware of it. It was near 1 o'clock, P. i OAthS of d.t> fraternitj.,. It'js not., tg.'

was drawn up ainlo4tsenseless;. he brought was *' bathing in the tepid waters of Cotton wool merely absorbs ilio moisture bark off his nose, and damage his skin." M., and his mInd and memory s< -FJt rjerfect.I ha've the abolitionists! the.ordvrin. .this cpnV y

with him Ins portrait of this hidponf cavern., the Gulf of Mexico, on the 12th. of May, 18- from the surface; while woolen flannel "conveys This suits me exactly," said the lawyer; said to him, In this solemn hour or.roar .vention, althoughwe perceive: that j.ie1poso.,

and the 'specimens which h afforde'l.- 50," when'he received hirtelegraphic order it from the skin and.deposits it in drops get his head in chancery, and ,bleed! him till apparent dissolution, believing, ajs ,foil do, in .rious William 1-". /Johnston jOfjPenqsylvaniaj, ..

Before ire returned from this triphe bad ascended toproceedforthwith to New York, for duty on the outside of the shirt, from which'the or-* ho I'lcads.then'he's a. good case)' Then the sacred Scriptures, your accountability to heads a delfgalion'fromfhat State 19 .
the Arctic expedition. In. nine days cotton shirt absorbs it and its other he saTd he's doIng God, let me ask you how you feel in view of 8.C9. ,;
the Uirnaayas,and triangulated Greece upon dinary !; by advancing to fie one vent oR, and the prceident of th.i4 S tat. cqpncil -.
on foot; he had rUitedCeylon, .the Upper from that date be was beyond the limits of nearer exposure to the exterior air, it is soon yon an injury j.he',s perfectly ferocious r approaching eternity'; whether you have good of Ohio, Mr. pooner, who onoitc's( :

Nile, and all,tba mythologic region of Egypti the United States on his dismal vbyage to dried without injury to the body. Having take the law on him and I'll look out for the hope, through grace, that all your sins will be the slavery. question i the great qqe bpfo/

traversing the route, and making the acquaintance the North Pole. 'Of this first American ex these properties, red woolen flannel is worn by remainder." pardoned, and that God will, in mercy, pardon the country,*state"d'ln his )last'addresaa's follows !- .

of the learned Lepsios, who' was then pedition- i is well known to the public,he sailors even in the midsummer of the hottest I saw him strike you first," said the car you,,fQr the sake of the merits"and righteousness : ., r..j .

prosecatfug archaeological was the surgeon, the naturalitand the his countries. Wear a thinner material in sum penter. Nail him Knock his uprights from of his beloved Eon, our Lord Jesus "A called meeting oftb national i council' j:i

At home when the ;Mexican, war torian. It returned disappointed; of its main mer.-Hall's Journal of Health.: under him; crosscut him until he lies dor. Christ, who in great love suffered and died will be held in Philadelphia fourdaysproj
again ,
after, winter i in the of eter- The above is advice but moat I'llbet basket of jfhaviugs on for us the agonizing, bitter death of the cross ; ; ;
broke out, he asked to removed trCm.the object a regions good ; persons mant. a you ,to the couyention, which is to ,be held 22d.
Philadelphia"Navy Yrd to the field of a more nal ice and a fifteen mon'tba' abaenee. we suppose, would prefer to wear white old chip." I I by whom alone we can have the only sure February, to noraiiiate candidates for Presi _

congenial service; but the government seat Scarcely allowing himself a day to recover in preference to red flannel, were it possible Plug him in the ej e," said the tobacco i hope of salvation ?111 To which" he said, with dent and Vice Prea dent"., ,Thif..epfro met-t:;

him to the Coast Africa. Here he visited from
the.slave! foctorifs, ( .Cape 'Moan| to the foot the second attempt from'which he has its color by perspiration ;.this is an evil then chaw him up. Don't let him stump you ; I am coy, by which I him to '$the art., and heali g the bceWr oc!

river Bonny, and through the infamous Da returned, after verifying! by actual observation which does not belong to,white flannel. give him one on his nigger head" mean, that on a snhject of such magnitude casioned by the) enaftmeo of thjt il2th.irc\

Souza, got acce8 to the baracoont of Dab- the Jong questioned existence ,of an opeiisaabeyond Red flannel soon loses i its bright appearance, Batter his form,"sai 'the printer.tSqtlJib.- ] and momentous interest,touching the assu- ton! ,' and.to prepare ilie way for a presideu.
the, {attitude of 82;and be/ond the ] and becomes a dull, dirty-Iooking crimson ; 1e'IJ matter for him and knock him into pi'Then rance of his sahation, he felt coy, cautious, tial nomination. '

rue,;from.the.and contracted effects,of.which besides, the.be has Coast never Fever ] temperature', also of 100, below,the freezing I this is'also caused by the perspiration. White pitch him into-h-11, where the devil I (as the word denotes,) to express himself in The Southern branch v. of,? foe 1 order f't' <. will w>.i.. 4J J

entirely recovered. point.; His Personal Narrative," published : flannel, when washed, always looks clean.- can assort him, at his leisure."-Miss. Free : full confidence.usual.. ; doubtless,'bo jiresent in for1. '"Among ftew
ntathe adventures of the Old red flannel cannot be made to look clean Trader. With his cordial concurrence and 1i
early in 1853, rec'e we shalL bave Mr..8ott.edt1Ms4Ajen i
From Africa he returned before the close .
manifest desire, we kneeled in before 'V --'
and discovers his all the waters of Lake Huron : white flannel prayer '
first dirersifiedvqaaliflcatiuns by legion,Mr.HurophreyMarshallandhisliieiid .
of the Mexican war -and that his voyage .
believing
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modest who the withering the throne heavenly nng! God's
Th nJpl
such therefore has much to recommend it over woman gave -
for an enterprise.The Mr. KasUee.and other _...
constrtntion vat broken, and his health rapidly winters and tor under.shirts nothing'elso shouldbe l ok'.to Capt Jonathan, because be l la.I l- mercy and blessing. He turned i ibis, bed, } jogpi
last occupied two red each with '
1 going, he called President Polk, and voyage oi'his and himself in devotional his.owa platforp ... t1 !*ct1ider.
upon ked the shore,has again put an humble ;
the higheit latitude and two years and a half worn. It can also be prevented from full I vessel hugging posture i inff from,
demaudedan forservice thatnught I 'nnk seemed in very,decidedly, the otheri;. It Lpoedtq pot _
opportunity had her sensibilities shock hy'th naked con- deeply engaged the religious -
,labors with the risks and weIl'as.red flannel. What '
intermitted
r cr.o\vd the little oMiis life with.a. of ing up, as proper '/! a. candTdaij ''ttM prtddeney -.
ninant service usual
dition of thetrees. While were being thanking me, as /for theprayer
He is does tho.Utter flannel over the for they
attendant. now possess butiberi
Ch responsibilities preparing ty hyp ( MrLs'.
e .ementa vHh ambition the 49WJ&.lP.8t ;
made him.
keeping for
; his history, (publication. But, that mer,that prevents it from fulling up by fre. stripped she retired lo her r9om for season ,', ;., will be represented by *I -
President tlj .ithen..mbaJTa sed by:a tempo : meditation. She will make her appearance Calm and, eomposedJ.recommend d him Lire,Oak Ch&?. "
which best'reports his own washing! It is made of the same materals Mr.
of it with
Crineuden his
person- quent ,
wry Don-mtercoursa wjihgeneral.Scott,char part if the children won't to'the of God and to the word of hisgcace4wiih backers, "ppj .,
Christmas
eve mercy
si 'and'would|'ntostjustly) present the consequently the cause cannot be insny.dift'tnen on say more.witK his I ; is
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Jegjoris. ;
to
gedthe Doctor with despatches to'thfl General l agency, a last farewell. At about 2 o' ''ll > tojm 1'
whlcn man to th reader/will-of ooirrse be suppress- e'in the quality of the woo-! anything stockings. lion,,tp'rnalw''a platlorth. 1.1tf1..CCOM;, a
dIe| clock P. M. without
olgreat moment and ____. groan or straggle,
carried urgency the Mtmr. d. We ; r'oold:gladly-sappljr, it, but as' yetthisisjiftposwble.to Red flannel however, undergoes boiling for ho breathed his last. His death and phshed! !tho) next wfotk' wfll t*" to' decide .
through a regionvOccopled y Tup SBVKBITY OF TUB \VliTER.-As an was easy
this .
the and "
'ilL HU journal private about an hour.in act coloring, 'candidates '
I.f T whetbefahy art" to
Thii wnhatsyva; markedbyrr'! .id- 1 1I I gentle as a taper in the sockct/'aud as the qpftiMWj *.
Ventura and spjUastratire'ojf.thetaarxcterot property, Ibf jaln*;Uwhichi we may expect Alone/we I conceive, is.the cause, why it does I instance of the seyerity of the present winter, summer's! wave that dies the shore. partlfWlio&e p d'-q,
.
so romaatief tLd nuo4that are tempted to_ will be only too shy egotism and his not full:]'up so readily as the white. Let white the Boston Traveller sta'tes that'a gentle. Thus di rl'Col1'o 'B 'rr.upon.. ; practice. !. P' rip.' j. ,Iaera,
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detail"it. \ **" *""*' ; companions have not spoken yet-, as some flannel t beooiled'in.elean, soft :water for ii.t an. man living in the vicinity of Boston )lately) His first funeral service' was pVrfornied, IyJ! 4Moo! .I W98 4 J ,W1S: eWr, '
before it i. made .
dried .
hour t'jen '
On bis way to the Gulf be secured a hone -da theywill-speai.offiisconduct throngbroaf found liable up found the dead,bodies ,of half a?.dozeu.crows roe'in the' Port Richmond House, where h: cwflstipcesma7 eqiJ Jj i .,ta ia.J

tn Eezitntlcysmch ....,.A J....J.rut..._ wou1d thton3tte* s sW 1itOgetherthey f ,.: shirts foil (thicken, and itwilibe) than led flannel.ScienticAAmeii6an. no more to- upon the ; snow in' the vioeioit, of his died. Tbenee.r',w f took, JPa .remains to the they sacred'?shadOw iall' ef jr.tb 1t rU (eb. ..
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h ; hrJfl of ,Coll I of B i.uu.
anti chapel Princetou,. fff'J>
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l dvsitare. JIIIJecL .1.r.r-i'Ct' De Tcdnn1. fthJnir y. -".. __ .S .. _' Doct Carnaham, the 'Pmjoent, ,an4! .niyself _. -- .
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to.orfthiaJa I last
4itni'lo"tfe I hia beforestodeptts
ked for an escor U c nt Y1 Aap- TuisM: i C.AU.-l'b't Richmond En. Bob did' you ever double_ tho Cape ofGooujoper' performed t.nneral. serj t :
rq"ei
CoIJC AtbJ&J. j'fbo\e\ 1pa l Q9 he .fa Ity.the i : .. .RJ'br.oJ:
wUitarj
: l. hat the plucn iir'wmmftn'dbAd no troop : .; } apd a nq.nier > .
eat%) l.ar i' must but twentyomen..Nl s nrWf. corps orcrew qnirer states.tjat.a) ,despatch: was'received, have." '.' assemblage, and he.was buried .L D. i" .. rJ a a on:.::1:.:.1'1'il; .
1ic I, "
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j thf copvnander, in naval phrase r BtaUag that Parson's! ;'ui'ibo' ] of his' WII : wo, .
that pnTbarsdayL
t.il1'te r t'M"t be was city, ,. 'it requested sepulchre .ancestor; 1IGC. "
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called the : ken t right : exptionprte '
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the basiUeli r.i.tJWJ .$1i f)..JiveJiInod. b 6.1 ap; ir n spirit. .'costswhich';!}' ,,were ..sought to be eptailed an-. the ,aM witbelOnEs to the dress of a yon ng ; for- ridtt :e } *" r> } V i' "; .r .iJon.lllatr :
; He acp.diem n1t/f.$. i-; Pa. -,the this litty whomWr? go t l hoj orUJlkfng:MrsDusnbvrry. I ''anil 'acccnteu the 'falsaorr to' tt ..
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Satrtay PciiNiiry .9 .185 'o r'citioci! the public i 1 f Z life thotmftnd of rirt.a ppti'' !ii npl\nr }(r rth J f L 1: f 1ee4kt-tolY:bad general :
f. ,, .-t, r;: lH g !: at ,tetpii tion, :.jbUgpresotit. ..."7Jp .t- ;, 1W1lt.tbt1Ir
: 41' 21M Ii piap tol-llci Mr.'V1erpea- not per llt. h1s'name to b-).. a- x! .a, unJ
,' TUB IttIL1tb.D* CASE.-The opinion oft ker. Now, what is the Know Nothing party, gain in connection with the position wbic ''e" her arms,and deposited' the baby on and grandeur.of' the metropolitan Ambling-' would, hesitate' on, a day so inaiuntcious

he.Supreme COUrt in t1 case of Ponder and !thQ table before him,with tho ivmark, II ere's houses, I with several. Cleveland friends, paid I to "an nndrrtakln"' otninentoIm.
as recently shovn by the election speaker I INearly now so honorably fills ; nor, indeed any eJ.,6.er the Other Th 'ntrnnc6 LII ". nK'r'
visit night -
a : 'Cottottj* >M.-Dcas- ; %*<*. 1 U.v* d. -Georgia- *UaURpad iACompany one-half of the party refused to vote that his numerous personal and pojitical! i .1 jouf? child-I shan't, take care of it any'longer"r was one through a narrow righted way open g I prt ,.nd bow many brave manners,whote

r. was bfiicwly :tnttouneettat- I even-. for Mr. Aikeo, the embodiment of sound national fri I,13 might feel disposed- to give him. This! -and vnished, leaving him the unexpected from,,tho avenue,-just east of the National: imqaatlaT ld"g,1Mft IM] i
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u.gfIi' iing the decision of the Court be-: principle*, and*adhered to Mr. Fuller,' un
low; .which}** 5' .intlvprlif feailJlaaMCojnpnny. I It to elect Banks, the very embodiment of tho ..D ejuocracy; ;: throughout"!the t .'Stile,' bywhomJVLr property. The girl' laughed at the poor fellow brings you abruptly against.a,small bell door, fastened bend, 'their.Mils. on. ra1llut V4w I
t .. J but be1 the best face'be could, on. the Inside ; you ring a ; a colored with how much !
s\Ve-und rsatKl tliat dg tJ Balti- every thing that occasions sectional'l hatred, Maxwell! has.ever been .regarded __ pnt on servant looks through the latticed panel reason- tb. Inoing-

Assented, And pre nteJzt lengthy opinion and withal an amalganmtionhU., They Had as a gendemau of the first order of talent,and I. ftn'tJ'. provided accommodations' for the smiling to see if .all is right. If he discovers.a.well! ed, ic as examine tbe followingunptjrfanT1 :'

adverse to that oF. tho'iuftjofity of,Iho Court., rather.see such a man elected- .than his' distinguished whose able :and faithful discharge of the public little cherub. Accidents will out known, customer or a frequenrVwilor ofsuch facts in conneCtIOrIIwihYOuPOWfl.settlement.

,I The j judgnient, of tbe majority, pronounced opponent. And who:is Mr- Fulleru .trusts which .have been imposed upon him Why is it dangerous to"walk in die woods places the whole party is admitted, on the and grt.te as a natfonvawfew stilt see !

I by Justice Dupont. I rf what meat docs '.this! Caesar feed, that by die people of Florida, and uniform political in early) spring Because the trees are shoot : principle, of course that a person, known I how great eause we:Americana h4v' to.drf ad

r The important question ns.to the constitutional he has grn v1' so big in the views of _some1 course, have won for'him the confidence in"Q. stand by the human,company,nature keeps.better than Gamblers anybody under else. the fatal day : J--"..;. ... ti ,

; right.of ,Counties to impose a tax'for As we before stated-ho: : 'i i fe the gentleman who and admiration, not of the Democracy of this IMPORTANT DISCOVERY, AT-BABYLON.. -A We were admitted first into a room beautifully On Friday, Aap.t 3d, 149 rpr.

;. I purpos ',_of Internal Improvement, being now opposed.the Nebraska bill, and is in favor of State alone;:, but of the party throughout< London paper states that CoLt Rawlinson has carpeted, fresco o painted".with chairs, iil'as,;, .C! 1bdTt sie oti'hls ". .

definitely determined by the highest branch of the Missouri Compromise. He voted for Mr. Union. A gentleman of great, suavify of just discovered among the ruins of ancient lounges,'&c., of roscwook, a large ,centre table : ,c .oii Ilsyi; October, I2tb '11k r'kr

: mfJudinary., we conjecture that the entire Pennington for speaker; who is i in favor of| manners, and of acknowledged industry and Babylon an extensive library, not indeed printed the, on country which ,were and aronnd the .leading whjc.h.! newspapersof sat several dlCOfertIADd.! .. : -., :. .- r r

: lie \\ will be placed under contract inttanlcr, repealing the fugitive slave law. The Democratic integrity, he has in various ways, beyond the on paper, but impressed on baked bricks, I well dressed gentlemen, leisurely,reading and nr,149; be iMT]

and prosecuted with. vigor to an early com- party !in. Congress has taken its stand technical duties,oft his office, promoted the containing many afld voluminous treatises on I t is :ussing tha, news (-f tho day. .This wags on his return' Spnio, b bad not. j

., j.U-tion. upon principles-principles not of to-day or best interests of our young and growing com astronomy, mathematics, ethnology and several but a half of a double parlor, tho' reception reached in safety,' the happy, m J
V i BBi Milton would the vestibule never have been set I
to-morrow but monwealth. room, or as say, know It& *
principles (that will stand the other most important branches of knowl-
j'. .. Military.cueed ... of h l1. tlcment of this vast continent .
J ?? II. _____ lost of time, ana remain .' e _. (
n nnn \nt\nn WASHINGTON Jan. 2o edge. Tbese treatises contain facts aud arguments On March 15th L.
: 185G. 149
t by those' patriotic feelings, which ui a party mnr t['ptta u.. patriotism of JJlUKOIR.-.*? ..-- Our guide, who was a well-known.Washington f"rday, arn
none
t' T which in hi will have .
::. the people to support it for their and the Democratic Flnrilj"ilrh *n4tn opinion, no gendeman, introduced us to the keeper a' safety. ?
but Americans enjoy and know how to appreciate own party of a smill operation on the study ot tbo (sciencesto ortno %siauu9ur..v *.JJj1U!; him that we |bad On'Friday, November} 22d, 14D4, he arrtrU .

," are making arrangements to celebrate their country's good. They offered a creed I Convention to nominate candidates for the which they relate, and which throw great never been in such a place before, and was A. iiUf nWn, a his second..Tovageta.

,, the approaching 22d of this month, the and a candidate that should have commanded : divers offices to be filled at the next election, light upon biblical history and criticism, and led by curiosity to explore his infernal do America.On -
Southern Know mains. He, appeared highly delighted, and 13th, 1494;ha though na<
liirth-day of the tnm Washington.. By Nothing votes ; but the it is but proper that I should apprise my the history of our race. known FrdaJlone
immediately opened the inner discoveied
temple. -
request t'of.die Company, _Col. GKO. T. WARD Sentinel and its small paity in Congress preferred friends and the people of the State generally, Q :r The late cold weather in New York Wo entered, and found up that the half had not of America.himslf 'hcfeotnt.

will deliver' an address at the Capitol on that I trifling to duty preferred to waste their that it is my purpose to decline a re-election was so severe that tho gas would not flow been told us. A chandelier, costing from On Friday, March 5th, 1405, Henry VII,

(!.tY, which will be followed by such other I suffrages on impossible candidate, to planting to Congress. Though urged by too partial through the pipes. Theatres and other places three to four hundred dollars, brilliantly lit up. of England, gave to John Cabot tLi"i commission .
them where they would have told the flung its glittering on gold papered walls which led tQ tbe North A- '
demonttrat'ons as are usually made on simi against supporters to a different determination, I haveno of amusement eVen? the streets-were in rays discovery
lar"occasions. enemies of the South}!, and they salve their liberty to gratify( them. Duty too controlling total darkness, and in satin damask curtain, sofas, &c.. In the cen- merica. This is the first American State. pa.
many consequence tre, and near one end of the room, stood along per in England. I
lie citizens consciences .under this solemn mockery by to be resisted, bids mo relinquish a I were the mistakes of the '
generally arc invited to attend. night. pix-Iegged table, with a richly cmbroid- On Friday, September 7th, M
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upbraiding solid'body of 74 Democrats for public service in which I cannot continue with I (CJr According to the Louisville Courier eredf spread, falling in! folds nearly to the floor, ,. dez founded St. Aignsiihe, tb *. .

A Speaker Elected.On not coming to their coiporal's guard of a little due:regard to private responsibilities ; and 1 there have been lost the Western on the wall over this table hung a massive mrnt in tho United States by more than 40
on ,
: waters .
the 2d instant by the adoption of die more than a dozen, to elect the recently hesitate less in retiring, because I have not within gilt frame, and large as life a huge crouching years. .
the last
plurality rult.;'- I-. Banks of Massachuse'tts, converted Mr. Fuller. But they have at last the vanity to suppose that my duty to my six months one hundred and tiger, with eyes of glaring fire, lips apart, and On Friday, November''I Oth,1620, thd May-
eleven tsteamboats, involving the loss cf one apparently ready fern spring upon his unsuspecting flower with tbo Pi'grims, made the hOhio'of
: .the I leader of the Republican party in the Congressional consummated the diabolical} d hundred and seven lives and property to-thc victim. The cloth being removed Provincetown. And,on the same day'signed
l House of Representatives, was of the so called National Americans adhering that I should remain in a station whichcan amount of $2,573,100.llOi.tNTrC f.om the table beneath; reveakd a Faro| that August Compact the forerunner' our

fleeted to the Speaker's Chair Mr. Orr to Mr. Fuller and refusing to make be as well and much better filled by ot.h- Bank,' with all the implements of that well, present. glorious Constitution. -

withdrew his name upon tho success of the common cause with the only party availableto er:. CIRCtI1T\, ..-After the departure known fascinating ganie ; ivory chips, representing On Friday, Decembr 22d, 1C20. the'Pu.-

combat abolitionism oft British vessel, a short lime since, $1, $5, $25, $250 each, lay piled up grims made landing on Plymouth
motion to elect by plurality, and thereupon they have lost the But 1 cannot thus withdraw my name, tefr fnal
for the Crimea the in ouo corner, for the convenience of the betters Rock. '
board
.. tie* friends of Orr and Fuller, for llic most moral force of a great victory and it may be, without! expressing: to the people of.FJorida was discovered a female among. troops fine on hand. ; in a small box beneath lay piles ot bank- On Friday, February 22d', 1732 Georgo.

part, united upon Mr. Aiken of South! Carolina destroy the I 11390 and happiness of the whole through the most public channels of communication -. private-a bills and heaps of double eagles, for die redemption Washington, the:Father of American' Freedom -
French
and the follow ing conclusive ballot en- country. Out upon such transparent attempts my warm gratitude for their past.confidence some young woman-the wife of n'isssoidicr'oftho of these ivory issues. was born. .

s icdi Banks 103, Aiken ICO, Fuller G, Camj RS have been made to hoodwink: the people. l and favor. If I have not performed,' regiment. At ber earn "' It was early_ in the eveiiinoand O' n the-- --0/nlnv- On frufnv. JnnA HUb- ._ Rnnlcpr_ m n_ Ri wu'-,
I est solicitations, sho was allowed to ers had not got in. The keeper entertained and fortified.
hit 4. \VdU 1. A resolution was onercd uv of the South in reference to the true state of the sei-icetowhicli they have assigned me with I' acoom seize
: / her husband in h us with tales of the table rhow foolish Friday, October 7th, the
1\1' which this case. The fact stands to the and to their satisfaction I pany capacity as a soldier youngmen 17 surrender -
fidelity have
least
patent
r. Cliiigman
: was adopted, declaring pnbJic at i! as she expressed her determination came there as we had, out of curiosity, Saratoga was made, \L had such
Mr. Banks 'ak'r.It eye that the Southern Know Nothings have earnestly d'sirednd stiiren to do so. I can I tl and were induced to try their luck' out of power and influence in inducing France
and die
will bo eeen from the foregoing state- been engaged in solemn trifling, while they only rely upon their generous forbearance to fight in the same service with him.- curiosity, which generally left them out of declare for our cause. t

.inout of the vote, that, had the six gentlemen had it in their power to defeat the arch con- excuse any short-comings attributed to me. The enthusiasm, of the regiment is universalat cash, out of character, and out of friends, in On Friday, September 2l 1780, the treason

0 who voted for Mr. Tnller, claiming cpnspirators; who aro plotting against the It may be well to add, as other high positions i- I this unlooKcd for episode in the outset of the end.V invited c.proposed leaving, when J le po of Arnold was laid which iT
their martial career. So pleased litely us to stay to supper ; he showed from destruction.On .
\\rc 16 bo national and safety of the Sout!>, and the of the have been for that wore a number I
suppose not sectional peace kindly suggested me, us his bill of fare, which included roast Friday, 1781 the
soup ,
i of visitors to tho ship officers and OcobrlOth ,
|>oliticl'ins, cat heir votes for Mr. Aikcn ; the LT nioll. the same reasons which govern my course in I men, beef, oysters in all styles ducks, venison, tender \ crowning glory sr of
with her and
I odious frcesoiler,.Mr. Banks, would have been Sale of Negroes-High Prices. roferenco to my present position, would induce spirit prepossessing appearance, quail, fish, chocolate, coffee, ndts, and all the the American arms. "

fcignally defeated and rebuked. Tho' objectionable A sale of took in ( me) to decline a candidacy fur any other. that subscription was speedily raised of upwards wines and liquors to be found in the best rcs- On Friday, 7th, 1770,'(tie motion in Congress -
negroes place Quincy on txventy pounds for her. She shoulj turants. Whoever is admitted to the rooms, was made by John
You will Adsm
Democratic caicns resolution, which Monday last, at which prices were paid in no i oblige me by giung this n place j tiers her rifle, and has performed her military either as players or spectators, are also admitted by Richard Henry Lee, that the, aeond.e

k1{been ii; .the"way of their voting,for either] j degree; indicative of the" hard times" so much ''I in your paper. Yours Truly, .t evolutions admirably. to these suppers free of charge. Don't were and of right ought to ., ( 'el.onies

4 Richardson or Qrr, did not exist in the case croakod about in certain circles. The first A. E. MAXWELL.Dn. I gamblers understand human nature ? The ndepcudent b re *

S of Mr. Aiken, who seems to have been takennp'without'any lot sold consisted of fifteen, the bulk of whom J. S. JONES: Tallahassee, Fla. t fc5" Archbishop Hughes, in his recent lee. I keeper was impatient to have the house or- Thus, by numerous examples, we see that.
:' -- lure in Baltimore, expressed the opinion that ganized, so members could draw their mileage however it may Americans ,
prcconcertcd'ar"'ngement with.t er'latio
as were adults. They'brought, in cash, $12- The Fugitive Slave Excitement at Cincin the and make his business bctt r. This is need b
Roman to
Catholic never
Church in this begin on
}being die'least I incongruous with the sound 2GO, bEingn average of $817 each. One natiAnMTIOXAL country but one of many institutions in tins city, and however momentous Frdl1 any be.
undertaking
and conservative elements of the House. fellow, a field-hand, brought $1315 I -another PARTICULAHS. can anticipate little increase to Its numbersor the tiger is bound to be fed though the people may

: What excuse can be off red for this gross f<:Idhaud$1100.. Another lot, numbering The Cincinnati papers bring ;full accounts strength from immigration, and that the future starve." 03":: In the present European war Russia

V-" and palpable dereliction from patriotic duty t tIt H5, of all ages, sizes and sexes, averaged $710 of the escape of 1C slaves from Kentucky: on hopes of the Church must be based upon Mr. has had. a large share of American symp

is now too apparent for successful contradiction each. These were sold on a credit of one, Saturday night, to that city, and of the 'tragedy its retaining its present numbers,' and the in The Washington Stephens correspondent of Georgia.of the Richmond thies, but we are shocked a 4the accounts of

that the self-styled American-party two and three years, with 8 percent, interest I that followed, as heretofore! mentionedby crease from conversions. Ho thinks the -present Dispatch describes Mr. Stephens its inhumanities.! The recent arrival ,informs -

i in Congress, by: a reprehensible} ) adherence to I and brought the handsome sum of 813,900. telegraph. It appears several ofthem took condition of the Church and the numetous follows : as us that the Emperor ALKXAXDKR II, has or I
;
unfounded prejudices, is responsible for having Some of them wero knocked ofT at round refuge in the house of a coored! man named accessions which he says have been made to Mr. Stephens has, perhaps, more than once: dered a special ,court to b formed at Kiefl

indirectly accomplished the election of Mr. prices, as for instance-_Jiusey, field-hand, Kite, whither the, U. S. Marshal and a posse j I it from converts American birthjustify the been described in print ; but I am tempted to for tryingcaptnred Poles and Hungarians.

Brink*, die avowed amalgamationist,and hater 1230; William, 81252 ; Archie, $1201 ; proceeded to arrest them. The Columbian most sanguine expectations in this regard. sketch his portrait, for he is a peculiar man. The former are to b punished death,'the
wit
of Southern institutions. Leonard S 1300IJ; thew, 81201 ; Angelfna l i I of Tuesday, after stating these facts, BEAUTIFUL SIMILK.-Sir Walter Scott, in but He may I be of any he is age not, from thirty He to is sixty ; i Inter delivered to the Au.tips' for execu
forty. about
presume
We are anxious to sec the( names of these. 1040; Harriet and 4 children, $3150 ; I says : his Woodstock," remarks, with TItre felicity : five feet seven or eight inches high, of an unhealthy : tion. So many PoIisfTand Hnngmrian prisoners .

six gentlemen, claiming a national designation, man, wife and 4 children, 84002 ; woman Arriving nt: the premises, word was sent There is, I know not why, something peculiarly -. sallowness, having a small head, very are taken in irons to Ripfl that- no. few.-- -

: whoso shameless bjflwcracy is only exceededby and 4 children, 81150-all field negroes. ded the fugitives to surrender. A firm and deci- pleasing to the imagination, in contemplating I I slender form, and hardly weighing a hundred er than four judges, ten secretaries- ami .executioners

this remarkable instance of audacious I negative was the response. The officers, the Queen of Night, when she is wa- pounds; narrow, thin, soft hand, clear, shriek- innumerable,
continually
backed by a large crowd, then made de are em
Central a i.sh voice and
treason, to professions of nationality and pa il-Iload. scent. Breaking the doors ding, as the expression is, among the vapours vehement and emphatic manner 'in' their condemnation.Theblood
open plOd
The they were of speech. Ho
of the Eastern sees through subjects
papers section of
triotism. our assailed by the negroes with Cudgels and pis which she has not the power to dispel, and and observes of these men will arise that of
quickly
State at a glance the nicest Jie martyrs,
_____ contain the
\0 the pleasing intelligence that tols. Several shots \ere fired, but only one which, on their side, are unable! entirely to distinctions. When he speaks, he always and lie heavy upon the head,. heart and arm."

I Democratic Policy. Directors of the Central Rail-Road Co. took effect, so far as we could ascertain. A quench her lustre. It is the striking image of commands the closest attention of tho House, I of the Russian Emperor!1KT

The Sentinel is becoming quite as notc1 have concluded contract for the construction bullet! struck a man named John Patterson, I patient virtue,calmly treading her path and his suggestions are very apt to prevaiL-
through '
H j for demanding explanations of the Floridian, of their road from Jacksonville to Alii one of the Marshal's deputies, tearing off a good and b'ad When animated in speaking, his whole frame ( At a recent meeting of the Academy .

I* as the catechistical parliamentarian of Tennessee gator, with a company of experienced rail finger of his right hand and dislocating several report report having that excellence seems to be involved in high nervous excitement of Sciences at P r", M.Flonrens, speaking of'
!
in herself which
of his
teeth.
No other of'the officerswas ought to command and i ,
his little the
right hand is fcWomforniremaikedthatitsuacin
make
to
for sure power
hailng. done the liko with road.contractors.Yo(
to conclude
thing from
are
.injured, the all admiration
being rendered but-bedimmed in tho
negroes of its the
eyes rap upon desk before him until the the field
Mr.:Stephens of Ga.., 011 a certain occasion. this that our Eastern internal improvement. powerless before they could reload their the world, by suffering, by misfortune. by ca. hall echoes to the sound. He is seldom, or hospitals of the :anuy doubled th

And we tea *it a doty to admonish pur neighbor friends have received a fresh stimulus lately, weapons.On lam 1.r." never at fault in his logic, and* brooks oppo- strength and' .power of the urn. as' they

j I of the Sentinel, that if ho" incautiously and are recommencing this matter with great looking around, horrible was the sight sition with an ill grace ; yet I think be always are more masters' of their a w .

I ermits his: mind"to investigate one subject} earnestness God. speed such noble effortsto which met the eyes of the officers. In one 03": Washington correspondent in allud aims at justice, and is well disposed tcwnercy. ting on a inert mass, and are no op

too J long, oblusencss or incomprehension follows hasten the accomplishment of this and all lug corner to death.of the room His throat was a negro child bleed. ing tj the takiug the oath of members, says: Phrenology would not indicate hint as a man turned by the'cries or morementa of the pa-'

teas cut from ear to They come up by States, and take the oath of intellectual note ; but phrenology is at fault I tient. .In the campaign in tho" Crimea chloroform .
.
I. ,.as an unavoidable similar which car, IInd the blood ,
consequence, as was enterprises are designed to develop was spouting out profuse.. in platoons. The Southern and Western in this. His mind is of a high order and of

ludicrously demonstrated in the case of Mr. I the many dormant resources, of Florida, ly, showing that the deed was but Decently kiss the book members great power as well as clearness.. His influence w empoye ha started, more than
generally those
Zollicofler of Tennessee, who it will be re. and to place her in a position not to blush, committed. Scarcely was this fact noticed, ; of the is most freely recognized wher' he 25,000 times an w a ces&-
when a scream issuing from an adjoining Eastern and Northern States hold the right. best known. i ,This immense "*
membered had when up I that higher saidM.Fl6arens "l is
-, bestowed so much analilical compared with the sister States of the drew their presume honor rlt' ,
room attention thither. A glance hand, as tho old Puritans thought the await him than be has the best '
kissing J
attention, for purposes of and Union. into tho yet experienced, and I reply t. O'whiad.. felt .approhensioriat -
revealed
exposure partytriumpjb apartment negro woman book a Roman Catholic abomination. think that he knows and this fact
upon die political antecedents of Mr. holding in her hand a knife lilterally apprciat the vse bf this poerfu1iniih1itsry
Ho, FSlt K.\x \s.--Qlit-I and dripping He is a Southern man, of kind
elderly ,
:- S 'ephens that when with gore, over the heads of two little OCr Delaware will never yield an inch to and is exremet o.surgicaloperations.11It
the
Mr. negro
responded to by S., indigent gentleman : so regarded by ; ,
with
T a large fatnilv. ., formerly children who were crouched to the floor and New Jersey,"apatrioticJ3elawarian when pace '
who once in 0- has
the
no ttaee
man in
felicitous neeessarr
strikingly such to an'
on occasions rtor Hos bom .
citizen of -
a Madison in this the cries whose
County uttering agonized peals had the pea patch case was being tried. If she himself the
iron
in answer lus I a o kindly goodwill fence around the
to namt'rous'nnd of Con-
carefully prepared State, (whose do first startled them. Quickly the knife j te'.ICT
name we not recollect was members
,) m- did, replied a New Jersey Blue "she ( all sectioniofthe Union.
:, I queries, his (Mr. ZoIlicoff r's) mental barked at St. Marks on the steamer of the wrenched from the hand of the infuriated ne- lose half her would ,I g Library'a.Wuio; eonseqaencb
vision-had; )become so obscure that ho could gress, and a more close investigation instituted territory. w of the
: NEW
28th ult. for New Orleans, en route for Kan AUSTRIAN BANK.-The new Bank incorporated te cost eercbmot m1i1
I! not .Ap :' intelligibly the explanations sas. lIe had an imperfect knowledge of the were as discovered to the condition to be of the infants. They OT We assert. without fear of contradiction by .the Government of Austria, on Lade who'throng. the Capitol daring its-
cut the head
; rendered; though as clear as day (to all others social across says the Nashville Union, that there has the lion of Congress. Many works
; and political condition of that far ofl' and shoulders but not very seriously.injured, plan of the Credit Mobilier France, is .")de
/ present) .,And this apparent difficulty of co n. country, but enough to inspire him with the although the blood trickled down their backs never been a. resolution adopted by a Know one of ,the notable things of the age', for.the have been stolen from the. ,.and- oth-T

prbepsiozseemed greatly.to increase when ardent purpose to engage in the great struggle and upon their sleeves. Nothing meeting in a single free State, on financier and political! economist at lea.t- era. are ruined by cont hdlng./
i
-.z a tbyMr..StE'pbens. how ho The necrress avowed herself the mother of I the subject of slavery, which the Know Noth- "
would
have, for Bank has .! *
of Boston
I equal lights which is now waging: so the Thi a capital about thirty mill DIPKo'iJTo: oJ Tn SK s.- ,
I children, and said that she had killed of the South would
Dgs dare
voted the! Sliisouri one, '
upon Compromise i if he fiercely in the bosom of that distracted and and would like to kill the three others rathe- adopt. lio'ns dolar and has been lauocbe!into existence u six thousand more females

had beed in Congress at the time of its'passage unfortunate people. It,is a good example for than see them again reduced to slavery. *By OT It is not generally known that the under the auspices of the Viennese than males, while Chicago Illinois, has a-, '
.
'
;:as an'' tntimntion had .escaped, his lips some of osr younger men to follow. this time the crowd about the premises had whole of the gold and silver coins of Eng. Rothchild'nd' many pther capitalists aid bout Men thousand more culea.than females

;. diat he, ;regretted its having been eet aside by become prodigious, and it was with no inconsiderable land are struck by atmospheric pressure, or, magnates of Austria, Bohemia. and.Hungary.me .

the/4 !gi ltionof 1854.. This unexpected FBOM CALIFOn IA.-The Daniel Webster difficulty! that the negroes were in other words, that the air we breathe coins ,_ to, VTherailroaa "
secured iii carriages and brought to the Uni- suoscnpuons its MOCK, even lately opened I of Ohio already! nearlyequahthoseotNewYorkandiisafswyears _
question-proved to be a poser, nnd wfc do not brings intelligence from California that new ted States District Court rooma, on Fourth our money. By a beautiful yet'complicated aVienna.and although the weatherwas Swill

kiiotrtlitU }ft. ZoliicqfferV mental viiipn has diggings had been discovered American street. The arrangement of pneumatic valves levers cotdthubscrithn
populace followed the vehicles extremely reached over take and Tb..Clmlan&*
; BufficiehtlVlaiproyed r i yet,.to see tiiroiiguitCanth 'river, and that the mines, generally, were closely, but evinced no active desire to effec- springs, and other mechanical appliances, the the enormous amount of three hundred ..mil Plaindealer p.: ,2 .',
c says present ,
'ScotiQfl l iaforoj* ? :and while upon yielding largely. Tweuty-two miles of the' a rescue. Rumors of the story soon circulated air is ma4e to exert iU vast weight ,in rapid lion dollars-being"forty r ld'mor than',was 725 miles pt'ri1roid rO complete a, while New
I this a1ij c >iiake-koouro.bts views Sacramento Valley Railroad has been all-over tho city. alterations series '
about a demanded.
the open upon pistons, which The bnildln hnnlt_
__ York has 794 miles.
%
wh
t. --
repeat of-the MUsonri' ed. The news from Nicaragua i is that Walk. All the rest of the, 10 slaves made their es- with- onl1
_.Compromise_ ,'and'tbesunwtu 9 ,.- ?. again connected the presses, carry-down was,besieged day and by : S
-. tlu; ;,of1eju-pcp1es contAined er'a forces were continually. ,increasing cape from. the' city by" mean. oftho, ** under the dies upon the dishes of metal' to be coined wereopne 'excited throng of nigh subscribers. O supreme court orTeDD"has

i:1: .2t, t Netwaska;!ii!.: rivals from tbe States.. He'is said to have ground railroadj" with unerring'precision. and.. force, and .thus. ., dide tt'n eol. J"r

4 ;rP .J91gc4ag )iai. been elicited} by the quite- fine little.army, and in no fear whatever A Shot across the Bow of an'old Craft.Ith. money. V MM' iM MB I M Wl for live 14 lIe b. 'the t"or' -

I Et 3gennnwmeernefa' ihe Sentinel of ina-, of being disturbed by native forces from been a long time ail ce we have seen O -:MIKE WAUUI is at Sebastopol, with rruJ SAvANAuGsoagIAN.-Mr.: .Punch, cars.. f -- I
,
.
.J bill/: to understand, how it is, that the Democrat any, ftheadjniningSlates.; 5 as brief and pointed a hit, as the followingfrom more'than thirty other Am ri ins.' : .. '. .who has been long and. actively connected. ;(ft"t'omrtrodor*'' &bIa'b&mes .by f'be
'
'i i i in_ Congrew wcUriooITas to adhere that with-this.paper has ..from.it alto !de r H ftfes _
: 1i / I __ TUB:' BRmwwicKr: RAUAIOAD.--1'he 'bill "sharp.' shooter"- of the Boston 03" The Know Nothing State councils of is' wtW, : Cmcd ; L! ro.. I

\ I so, .flwpmglyto t ef! ?n 2 9! -r; .which' passed. the.Senate' branch of the Gebrr Post. Arkansas have passed resolution ic favor of gbra\ bj Meisrs.Wright) & I '. 'i tt .i.. ,
I
i" rO hand1tliem to unite' and >ij' ; "" T fhePostuys : \P ( arid ,I W.- -' '
those j
giaJL-egisIature, giving State,aid to the Broug.wick. abolishing ret feature of tbe -order.Op .- 'joit'prpe r _L- et ; bPiThe .
"
:
ffJ The National '
; Mrr1U3T Rso1rer V'rtablrKnowNMi&r ,Road/was lost in the House few Intelligencer, whose editor *The Chamber br Commerce of New A bill'' has Celd Herald
days born. but fed ; p ssed ode branch'of the Geor.gia'Legwlaturf .
W bther'IBi M Vas 'becorric3Kimitet was .England, In .America, the;Tawing parody T6n th *Mellow
ll WejjgW'MftfVhrmigh' since by;.a ,very; decisTir j rjt.r.'no effort divides hs 'affections for the two nations a- York'I is older than the republic, having been : ,providing i ,for.a return, ao.. '-.4fl'iuU'I'J. :r. .;

"' .- ,' .. wuwaleto* reconsider the vow! !the, result of t boot equally, aud considers, eachin; its. con established t in 1158.Itwas: l Incorporate by niialBesiions-of-that: : 'bodyr-election* ke "- r:. I Iq
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,Iiina tf'is whae their iihertiea arethui beingtio with .

fi .o : npoa' ot,'l too plbtiotuto : io t2Theunat.tt rwin rp flf)1$4M 71) TTST3.1lrlaR4St.. .BnAII ''flit O1 alttfumeiy.Dei

admit ot .erio4*question from auy quarter, t iutotlwfr owiiJjandij ) t i :The two had lrtiNw1thiit SnlrSrUkingiMhimtiiwof .. 11i1iii'ti.sd" Aw ft St.bsian.

nd it li IsfgKlf in the people of every jweHonf they tlo4tea nJm coBdiJaTO the &*f. .;1TJi4'T Fimhmi -r -
thai
to ''ik *I41Jt. flflj EbflaibD3fe a1b1l1'Uu
tfce U .6tt,wee looking ibis matter acritaaty own hapjDcS>d ppeiy l* J*"!' f'Hrmfrig pronto* ntn drn toiFdyw, *hd t..rfptq .wtmnjeLfatnfaa siwl drum ; 1ka: urr'ii _-
iemarked
!. situ !1mg to tile :
,. 'naig* ofthp ,die fnr' "
Mv First Siaeon. vw.wnnvsl un4er th IU lV
/ 1!. the fare ,ari3 todearpnng to ascertain January 22dVi85GL Protftant a P kt' Mj :
Episcopal Church,. to which the Ifin Iti wrhte with ?*'.' t_ 4.svtth, 'r shiwit tnmt. Y. fr g4t iw WM'P 'l; i
the cause.or the evil, and jf possible remove thiehckn :' An h.auty.aisrW, and l s stsin. age ip11yt .MONLUGUT I OJULONft- Pb Tn3'rnYv

It That the people'i TeprPsentatrT ihooldtoimblrio THE LATENT: NEWs! I'thooglt ww directed in tb Rn&lr e
.orgtiuxa. ttaVNatiooai; LegisLiture that the psalter (Salter) should be read,** srnn. -ROM Ctork.fi tWpniof:MadamS.in1. (hre -
Fern.lat .
tmrel 11ALAROE
Fanny trq.eth.- Flows! Plows $
a Protest of
the War (
in Aria- 'eq
: .,fW, -R' -
bosipess of the JL".rn Xow.-iwvt Life antiBtautes
aqd transact country.u ." It f sir" lot John M wr'a; Pl trt. ITa laid t, fare ____ _
-,* -".- ? J ;. 2. rotnrned the n'il i hired nun of Fanny Frrn" BWH. Cliirk uphY-lds tb rpnf .. ,1vppz, a$
seriaasmaei:'Bander circumstances from Mytiie.; MM! far M C ttr _
any ; The Aral.la brings interestinjj awi I adhered strictly tn the precept till I *finn of thy tiivrnvhV.l frmnU nt've114. It T s McNAUUHTA'ORMOmKew .frtL, P1i &n2im al'a.
bat ,rthgrave'quetions of controversy perfdingwi& intelligence intently ii t ) 8njf and cLiima the irttrtition' the uLArt A btpr
of the'progriFis 6tti o\war in'Awa.: dyed: (died.y-f T. Schoolmaster. \ : Irn Port, Jan. 12, 18S8. T' It th
lR44t in ',kt AWvitts NapnT.ei.ennplete. .
fomgri fJorernrnents, and serious do* Ttaltas{ ian Uenora! Moravioffhod adran- emhellmhed steel enravinii. he- a ; ;
strifes nt borne it becomes ccdvlhn\ titree hours Dr M must with the Carc -
inertia at once a \ tnarcli of Erzeronm.nr .- 'Lane's Llres Pills.tv Frfjipenir8Tirthl"fonnwinybim through
() Pasha's tin C'-riJulatft, Empire nivl P aniliroeiit His trials A FRESh supply r>f frWli *cefa firoirt,
had
When
nutter too juotnenious tcfbe trifled with.Tbe .- troops brgnn to arrive at the prnpiietor of tliis invaluable rerwdy -
Trebrzondc. purchased it of the then and triumphs ere rwUfed.with greet frcnclh.and( the jCJL binding per tilulie. anti t r wk bvMcXAUOHT p!
inventor, .
honor of the nation is Weeding .it was no medictnnwhich styl. is uitfnrpnosvd by American writer. Sub- A ORMOND. .1 -
every Omar Pns-hn had deserv il tLc nam. for the cure of Lifer and any Jn.l836. .:
abroad handed In his resignation, Billions bribers to HnrperV Maeazin are *oieit! "1. The New Put, Jani2:; ,,1856. i -
Us reputation is the cuinpiiint, nntwithslandiii the ,
suffering, creat
pore ; pre
which the "
Sultanhnd.refusccl to lencc year l-e ins in January wity Dw-keiw M Little Dorrct.
accept of these (lieaein tie United
Stdtra. hi
enemies of freedom are rejoicing at our confgfiion There is some tulk of his being sent MiniUter S'Hitl fti dV U pnrtlrularlr, \rlerc lie patient if fru-the Apply 'McDOUGALL it: HOBBY. 1antlng Potatoes.BHLS. ., **pVktg t1er

,and the .catisc of liberty throughout to England. qneutlj Unable toolitaiti theericvf re ilarnlivv Fvtnarit.l85 6 2 r .Yellow Potitoes,just Lthding&i fine order OLDOtaniBrandyV Old -P41 uii -

Peria ichin. wme rcmedj was rcquirel. st oricesuftfand'effectjwl e.) and fur saLe hrUoNAUGBT Madeira, Bnmrly CLcnUa,
world is .htl announced her .
the Joowogground. But what is thecause neutrality during VALENTINES FOR THE 14TH.
I cotitd & ORMOND. Sar4uies.i
the aji< Vpcrntlnn of 1 wLidi in 'no tvis* Sherrv. ,- .
oC:ali this difficulty ? Certaiidy tome- Easternyar.. prove prrjudfrinl! ro the corvflf ntlon. The hiediciixs wsupplie.1 4 NEW nml splendid apsortnient of VALES Xcw Port, Jan. 12, 18.56. 2 bu v Pnsryid QtheeFIroriugExtraeta
The dying injunction of Pi ice: P.iskiewilcli' by Dr. MLaneV Lirer T'ilK ns'hnJ ben ZX. TINES cojopnVinjir nil varieties ofComic, Tlaio. ." l'vsn, ,
thing of very grave importance: must bo at was: that ti! e Czar Sh'Uldmake' peace. The proved in every iiistniire in which it has had a trial. and Faucv-with Embo-
the bottom of this matter; it must be something Rusflan docks at Sebastopol were neatly destroyed. Alway J>en.-fi-Ml, n<>t n military in.
equal in importanceto the cured \rlMi its flVc-ls hnvefu\ injurious. Hie invention F b.9, 1S56. 6 Vy Whiskrv,ttc, to, At.MrN. 'Starch PkI' .
coiiiitry.tothe '
of an edncncd nrjd distinguished jilneicinn. 't1ir.8 -- AUGHT it RMOND Wrcesterahire Sauce, aiai .
'
existence'the governmedt itself; at least Eon- Robert n<.t! ing in c-munon witli the quack nostrums impoMiI Cotton Seed Planters. New Port, Jan. 12, 1856. 2 English Mustard Caa'1
Toombs in Boston. upon the public by shallow pretendt-rs to tin HE I- Claret, .-: "
undersigned brivin the of
the representatives must so estimate it or pnri-hawd right
,
From the Boston T -
Times Jan. :
25tu! iiipdinil 4IiAvELt
art. rienoe hIM Marshal's Sale.
Esfx b
oo\r proved voud n tl.-j inventors.: I. T. k L.J. WAIT for the Coun- -, a -
gome arrangement could be made by which The lecture upon Slavery, by the Hon. flonlit,Jliat Doctor M'Liinc-'s Tills i is the best remedy ti.-e of /yy>77 niH Jffferon are now prepared to mnntif BY virtue of twA executions i issued l from the TJ. S Januay5,185&- ---: .- .-. ., '

*n organization could be had, and the bufincraof Robt Toombs, at die Tremout Temple! last over proposed f Glass ;
evening, ,was attended by immense IST Purchaserswill be careful to ask .for Dm Mr (he beet j in u.e. Farmers will do well to (' in favor of Newbold and Ruwell. the other in fVIT -I9AA
the-country attended to. A little patient who listened an audience LAXE'S CEwnmATEn: LJVKH I'ILIJI, nml take none -J >. call and examine befure purchaiinpr elsewhere. 4if Prarsim anti Jt-niiiup, Ixrtli V5. Dnvtil 1*. ]F '.
attention to the developments made by throughout with much Tlicrc nreWlier Pills purporting to be Ij'ver Pill. WILLIS BALL. NWom; I hire: levied'ripon the following laud*, to J'.1 U Kgi White.tend.pore, extra & Ho.I.
attention and more respect than many had now I'e.re( llic IIbIC.! Dr. M'Lanc's Liver Pill. n1'i! Tallahassee. Feb. ?, 1 P5 C. B wit: The N. E. i of V. K. i of Section 23, TowiwLin 8barrelLias.fedOil.- -
the several factions will enable the attentive been led to anticipate. The subject of the Ins O.-U-br.-ited Vi-rinifiipe. can: ii'iw 1 IK> had nt nil re- 1, Range 3, S
observer to arrive at the chief cause of this lecture was the consistency of slavery with ppeftable Drug Su-ros in the Uuitwl States and Cana Tax Collector's Sale.BY will be soM before the Court Ihtuse door in the Town 50 Kegs Zhic Palat '- ? :. -. .

Ttarc the Constitution of the United States and da. 52Zj virtue of the authority rested in me by law,a* of Motitieello, on the 1st M.'nday in. March next 20rnwkne* Fire-proof PainTihban4i taofs.)
sad stat of are avowedly the
things. For sale nt all the Drn-Sfor.-p Oil V ,
Tallahassee; llvctor of Leon County, I have levied between the lepril hours "f sale tn sntUfy said fi. fa's.E. 2 l-nrreli Train 1 bblCnpal
neither of which effect of the Revolution the Afne.inUace. rc'l at one Asenevin Town in the upon barrel Saul at felauk s .-
three parties in the House, upon ; every South. and dmll proceed to sell nt public auction before R BLACKBURN. U S. Marshal Spirits Turpentine in
The first of Fi-buury 2, 185C. 4tt1s: .t LIVZLY.
portion the subject 5-2w Northern District of Florida.
is able to elect a speaker, and yet cither is consisted ; the Court house do- r in lh city of Tallaha.' ee. ou the -
-
in a history of the Constitution Monttecllo January 25. 1853. 41a1Administrator's January 6. 1856. -
an exposition 2d llcnday in Marrh next. l i'twr-en the iiFual hours of ---a ,
strong enough to prevent or defeat an election of the principles of the men tha fonn- Price of Provisions in New Orleans, Jan. 30 oil'-, Lot Nt'. 14. in the North Addition the City i>fTnllahnsee. Just Received.'

by either of the others. Those parties are ed it, and an endeavor to prove that there was leviovl onas tbe property of E F.McDr Notice. innvji JelUrs.Trnnt .
mond. nnd to l lie e..ld for the. State and liail- "A LL indebted the ( anti Cnrnutt
County to Estate of
the' Democratic party, which adheres to the not an article in it that could post-iblv"be interpreted Superfine Flour,. . 58.87 a $0.00 nad Tax d I e U. r oi for .b year 18.5. .ZiII..persona Lani-r,late of Gads-ten County, Augu.tni ilrcenned LEMONS Pickled Oysters. Brandy F* eb-.

administration. The Clack Republican party as prohibitory of slavery, but that Extra . 810.00 a $10.yO L. C. DESIILLY. Ife requested l to-make immediate payment to the undersi c,. Prewrved Ltmoiw. Orange Fine Apples andO in"er -

though not upholding that institution, it ]>acon Side,. . tc) a 10 Tax Collector Loon County. ned, arid oil those haviu elniins or demands aagiiist Green Gage Marmalade, Lemon Syrup. Ra p-
who determined to restore the Missouri .luPine do, and OinjrIII
Apple
are strongly protectc 1 it. The second portion Shoulders,. ... . OJc a 10 _Ftb. 9.1S5C. 6 said Estate, are hereby notified to present fliers berry, rho., Strawberry Vinegar. Fresh Salmon.LHL- ter.H l-

restriction and to resist the admission of anymore was a consideration of the mental and physical Ham, . ... 10 c a 13 --- duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by Invr.or d.xk.! L. "Raspberry Hsllibnl and fchm.L. Assorted Pickloi, Sooteh-
this notice shah be in bar of their
.vcT pleaded recov
slave states-and I the American or Know capacities of the African race, and an able Lard, .. . . lOJe-rt 10 ery. AUGUSTUS L.FISHRR, ) Ale aud P.'rtcr. Jr:

Nothing party, who are in favor of restoring argument, sustained by facts of history, to Mess Pork, per bbL,. $IG.5O n 17.00 Wholesale and Retail Druggist, THADDEUS P. LANIER, f Almra n.ooo Jlgivjnn 4MES(Uarc.& LIVELY.

prove thai the negro was in his best estate Prinw Jan.26,1856. 48wNOTICE
a
the Missouri restriction but arc willing to admit NKMTORT, FLCnUDA.RD January 5, 1856. 1 --
when in a. slate of subjeclionjo a superior Sugar,. . . . .r ca 9J
new Stales into the Union without regard (\ RS from Physicians and Planters put up ,
power. Comparisons were drawn between Molasses, per gal... o." jc a 30 '..., with the greatest care. FUESHGARDEN SEEDS. -

to the 'provisions of their constitution touching him as a slave to the white, and as a freeman Whiskey,.. .. . 'JG c a 48 Ft-bruary 2, 185G. 5 rFMIE Ctrshiip? heretofore eTi.4in
the subject of domestic slavery. The first or under his own government, and the fonncr Rnpe, ;. ... . . 8 c a OJ Notice. this JL day name dissolved and style by of BARNARD mutual conf>ent.A MAX AH WELLii O UTA Capi, Flat 1 f uroip, Cnlbnge. B eeIs, JLi .

Democratic party supported Richardson of and present conditions of Hayti and Jamaica, India Bagging,. . 13 c a 14 haying: demanda. will please presenUtbc same perrxxis; and just received,
IX months after date 1 t-hall nrconnts.voucher LIVELY.
Illinois for speaker and they refuse to drop were alluded to as examples upon which to S present my nil indebted will please call at the old stand and nettle -4.MES
; ? tc'tothe Honorable Judjfe of Probate of L .
found the arguments of the speaker. At the Price in Tallahassee, Feb. 8- te same as early as possible, to close np the coo January; 1858, .
him and unite with either of the other Hiimilton County for n finnl settlement as administrator -
parties, conclusion of the lecture the audience dispersed Superfine Flour,. .$11.00 a 12 MI the estate of Dennis Doughrity, late of said cern. E. BARNARD.JE 5 Ffavored GumDrojWi.O .

because his principles are sound upon the in the best of order, although three Extra ;. 11.00 a County, deceased, and ask to be d sehanjed from said Tallahassee Jan. G. TROUP MAXWELL A fl OUNDS Oura Dn-ps, .

ompromises of the constitution touching that cheers were attempted for Charles Sumner, Bacon Sides,. .. 16 c a 10 J administration. JAMES W. GEIGER. 1, 850. 3
Shoulders .. 14 15 F b. 2, ISort. 5 ,
but which failed entirely die that c a do.Pine Apple,
question. Mr. Richardson was and is a sup only man E BARNARD Jr.
shouted being: the one that called for them. Hams,. . . lSca 18 Planting Potatoes, Ploughs, &c. do. J4smp..I... : -' d'-
of the Nebraska Kansas
porter and advocate Lard,. ... ... . 15 c a 1(5( ') BBLS. yellow Iiish Potatoes, WILL COXTINCT! THE d* Orange/***AMF.3- .& LIVELL. :.

bill He is opposed to the'ropcal or disturbance Died Yesterday." Mess Pork615.00 a 20t(>) Hunches Ouion. DRUG & BUSINESS '

of any of its provisions, and be is in Under this title, the localizer of t! e Phila.d Prime . . .S23.00 a 400 Carolina Lb*.R.cc superior Dried apples, cV: AT MEDICINE THE pU>_STAXD, S10X _January 5..1S5G.. '- -.: : ,-

favor of carrying out all of them in good faith. 'Iphia) Sun furnishes a few solemn but beau Sugar,. .. . .. lOca 12 Brown and Crushed, Sugar, ItEDICAt HOTICE.

If the Territory of Kansas fairly and legally tiful reflections : Every day (he say* truhi) i is Molasses,.. .. .. c. a Fouth Florida arrow root -0pGLBLE&DE11ON- .

written this little instance, Died yesterday, Whiskey,.. .. a a 55 c a CO Hough and Ready and Fig Tobacco, OF TIE HEo MOETAB, ; :

applies for admission into the Union with a so and so." Every day's .flower is plucked Rope,.. .. . . l2ca 12J Potash iu G Ibs. can their Profea kMl.SerTMM the Pul .'.-
constitution he Is willing to vote her India No. 1 Brown soap starch, OPPBR next dour to Haaouk and tJd F.1-
Slavery from Begging,. . 18 c a 18$
some sunny hornebreaci made in Star Caudies. in:; and if she thus comes and asks admission some happy circle-a jewel stolen from some -ALSO January Id, 1856. tIn January 6, 13i* 1 -

with an anti-blavcry consiitutien, he goes for: treasury of love. Each day, from the summer Sljip Htm. 20 No. CO ploughs,

admitting her, so that Mr. Richardson's principles fields of life, some harvester disappears 20 10 Chancery-MI Hamilton Circuit Court. GEOBGIA ASD FLORIDA. :
hour sentinel falls TORT OF ST. MARKS. 50 60 bars' -0---- .-
from
this such yes, every some his Willis W. Burk,Complainant, I -' -
upon question are as commend putt, and is thrown from the ramparts of time ARRIVED, KiO 60 '- points, Tt T ,J. C1ILEE, -

him to the admiration and confidence into the surging waters eternity. Even as Jan. 30. Steamer Florida, Cozzena, from Now Orleans 100 10 and 11 plough poiuti, Jobn; V. Stephens, and Larkin McTyer. and EHixn fracfieing T &nil'it, .

of all sound conservative men of the country. we wiite, the funeral of who "died with U. S. mail Plough Iron, Pitcher, John I'ilcher. Thomas Filcher. William Pilclier -
one yes Brades cast steel hoes, and Nathaniel Wicker,heirs at law of James TN TTTOMASVILLE, OA, and )iflNTCX.tO. :
cot so, however with the candidate of either terday" winds like a winter shadow along the CLEARED.Jan. Common Weeding: '. Pilcher deceased, Defendants. 4and MADISON. FLA4rnadbd s't

streets. 30.Stftnmer Florida, Cozzcns, for Key West ALSOVnnclurc oountiea...He iostrU ouaabtr f Artjp .
of the other parties Messrs. Fuller and appearing upon affidaTit to the satisfaction of the adjacent at Y -
Dh-d ye-terday." Who did ? Perhaps itwas with U. S.mdI. De'Kalb, and Dog River Onaburgs. r Court that the defendants, Eliza Pikber. John PUrhcr -. tal Teetlt from ONE t* aeJVLLIettCt5tSW51t,.
Banks of the two however Fuller is Feb. 1. Brir Mystic, Fish, to SmallwooJ, Anderson
preferable a gentle bub sinless For sale by (L&J.MEGINMSS. Willian Pitcher, andlTathanel Wicker,, beira at jmproT lpriwjJple, gi ing tt najlMit.b *otifal"lISB-r
as an angel ,
; pure & C- New York, with 83'J bales cotton, 50 bbli>.
bri Nature
yet there are sound objections to Lis the spa Feb. 2, 1856. 5-4t Law of James Pilcber, deceased.reside beyond the like appearancesticlj approa 'esziy
as zephyr's hymn-one whose laugh was tiirpentin >,5 bbls. tallow, 2 bales and 25S dry bide, jurisdiction of this Court,to wit in the state of Georgia. as to challenge detection by ttocbfet obwrmi .
avowed sentimvnts, which it is matter of surprise as the gush of summer rills loitering in a bow 1 bdl. and 25 skins. Notice. -I _- needing Dental aptntia s th.frNATU' ,

have not drawn Southern men er of roses-whose little life was a perpetual 4. Brig Jewie Rhrmas, Pendlefon. to Smallwood. It is ordered that tbe aid defeDdanfs't'cTa'k RALTeeth.sod wlaihinsLot. pm thewcaa b.
every Anderson t Oo, New York, with 826 bales Cotton, 06bbls. pursuance of an act of the Legislature of the Slate ppBrant applying BOOK, hav them<|HaaMk tbe CcdlnvingpTiaM
said till before the
IN the first
litany, a Maytime crowning with the passion answer on or Mommy
from his 'Tis *true that he admits turpentine. 8 tobacco 1 bulo .l 88 Flodda. act to the Bank
support. sps. casn wo granting an incorporate which wiUibe found to WUUGHtVwef tLei l> tret
in Jane next, else the same will be taken Pro Con- ;
fiowcrs! tat never fade. Or mayhap it was Lides,4 bd skins. 2 bds. furs. of the State of Florida, the 6th and .
or declares his willingness to vote for the admission ; passed approved fesso," Provided this order shall be published I'D some Keen offered in tiiM.ectioa of epantrj bdbr to-irir ;
a youth, hopeful and generous-one whose the 14th of December, 1855, Books for the subscription Newspaper within this Circuit once a week for the For filliu? teeth with G StfUl 00,$1 W.ft OU, ,
of new states without icfercnce to the jmth was hemmed by fiower., with not a serpent DIED, in Quincy, on Saturday, tbe2Gth ultfmo, to the capital stock of said bank, will be opened of four Months prior to said time. period and 82 50, varying according to size of cavity *nd, .
of other words with in the city of Tallahassee, at the Counting Room of amount of material ue I Extracting t.eL1IIn ornck,
question slavery, or in lurking undt rucath-one whose soul pan CORNELIA ifeof William Munroc, in the 28lli J. WATLES BAKER...Jqdge.Mitchenaod ; ,
D. C. Wil*>n, on Wednesday the 5th day of March iioJy BO.eent -oat of .fficevl. a
t-lavcry if the people asking admission desired ted after communion with the great and good, year of her age. next under the superintendence Wm. Bailey, B. C. February| 2. 1856.Stewart,Solicitor for 5Blacksmithing Complainant His raiat for* full.upper JOT.knrrr sjrtt el U.ti a -

slavery, and this is well enough so far as it and reached forth, with earnest struggle, for 4.Blessed arc the dead which die in the Lord from Bellamy, R.IL Gamble.Joseph Cbaires,Geo.T. Ward, PL4TZ. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS ZfD.eWIII is:.
the guerdon in the distance. But that heart Richnard Hay ward. IL A. Shine, J. Oeo. Anderson. i ?6 and saHL gtamtidin
bly towth perfecta
henceforth saith the for fiom per
but it schorl of covering the whole! : yea, spirit, they pest W.'K : .
goes ; stops of his is still now for he died James Krrksey, D. C. Wilson, A. K. Allison, fves-y IuietfleS. .
; "
ground, necessary to be occupied by a sound yester their labors and their works do follow them. Kilcrease and Isaac R. Harris, any five of whom are pHE Undersigned hare formed Those. deairbng liii yes aiperflon .tths

day. authorized form a quorum. Ja co-partnership for the purpose narned-cow4ies, edei'ecdos at etismtzy.eD .
man upon the question of southern rights, for, Died yesterday." A young giil, pure as NOTICE.NY Feb. 2, 1856. 5 of carrying OBsmithing tbe-Iak. UpOb applidtiou b_ 1et any* eci tb. ,v;

while Mr. Fuller thus avows his position, he the oia-igo flowers that clasped her forehead, p Business in all various branches. Particular tamed Post Offices,of ot1iarwsere.cyve prompt'tt-
resiiling! in this city derirm of NoticeIS attention is given to Carriage and Work _
Spring lention.
time declares that be is in favor was stiickcn down as she stood at the alter; pcrfnns pro- ;
at the same the services ota smart active Man and to Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. -- -
and from the dim ai-Je of the temple she curing JTcgro hcMiy (riven, that we shall make application,six hying The
of restoring the Missouri compromise line, "' "was can do so by applying at this office, months after Hate, to the H n. Probate Court olIlatn'kUfia shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P.B. Bru a g.r ,I X us :
the Nebraska bill. borne to the garden of the ulumbercrs. A Fb.9,1856. 6 County, to be dismissed from the administration kaw, and special attention given to horse-shoeing. Jmct CoU(Ifewoa,Georgia, a
which was repealed by tail, brown ira-i, girt with the halo of victory, -f the Estate of James S. RwsUte of Hamilton Farming implement of every description done to order. Hiix.J. I SrwAKB,)" "

Now to take the two avowed positions of Mr. and, at the da)'s close under his own vine Large Sale at Auction. County, deceased. P. B. BROKAW. JCDUK LOTK. jvTbcmasTill*, GJS. L

Fuller together, and examine their relative and fig-tree, fell in the'dnst, eve i as the an- IT/ILL/ be soil on THURSDAY next, 14th inst., AMOS CHESHIRE. AdmtV. H. B. FITTS. -- Wtsnr,-EBO* J -S.'
them trembled his and Ii before my Store a large anti well selected assortment -- ELIZABETH CHESHIRE, Adit'x. Jan. 12, 1856. 2-ly W. S-'DawoBTH, Eaq, Y' -
bearing, there aripears at once something spcclovs upon lips ; ,too, was of the following good: Feb2f; 1856. 5 CG.Fire. Lqr ( .. j
for if the Missouri restriction restored. laid where the rude fore-fathers ot the Iuun- Osnaburg, of nil qualities, $100 REWARD. Mwsrs W.&J.-BCDD. f Mootkelk;Fla.CoL .
*
let fcleep. An aged patriarch, bowed with Domestics, do. do. To the Physicians! oT Jefferson County. A TO LES" from the"subscriber, on the 12th E.iR-BUdBCUir. J "

before the admission of Kansas, then it will be ago and care, even as he looked out upon the Linscys, do. do. MEETING of the Physicians Jefferson County .c'D mat. ray Negm Lxy, BILL Dec ci JonTiary 12. 18S6. S

impossible for her to come in as a slave State distant hills for the. coming of the aiigtl'hosf, Kerseys, do. do. A, will be held at Jlouticello, on the -H h of *Jr flA.4-Bill4 about 22 years old, about 6 feet & Notice; ...
of the lies sank into a dreamless! dumber and on his Flannels of every hue end quality. February nest. The meeting will Us oigifuiKtd, at ih'gh und we.l L"a'>ftbout1J>0.1bs. He is rather ? f r :
because the greater part Territory ; ,Tin Ware, Garb. Soda, Copperas, Soap, Candles. 11 o'clock, A. LJ.ii.26l856 black has a large mouthaad*shows' his gums.when A LL pfrsorrthaving.clainia or' 'Jfcauwk aj lactc
north of that line, and*,the whole of Nebraska door-posf, next day, was wriftcn, Died yes Sardines, Yeast Powders, Tobucco, Camb,ics, Spool 4 [Sent .Copy. laughing; is rather slow spoken and has but very"lit _Lia the estate of Simon PartrUg, deceased, 1et.C,
terda3''C Cotton, Flax. Roe Herrintr, Salmon, and other articles tie benrd. He had on when he left asnuff_ colored Loon M1fysr4 ) ihb7 AecPlzb prth'the
Territory is north of 36 30, north latitude, so Died yesterday." Daily, men, women too uifmerous to mention. Just Received. sack coatI bought him front-Joel Dorsey,of Columbia undersigned admia tratfjr ttiifl 'jKa time pre-V'

that it is obvious that Mr. Fuller in assuming and children are passing ; and hourly, Everybody is invited to attend this side,ns tbc very PER BRIG SAMPSON." County and he may poesibiy be trying to make icrLbexl'by Uw,b? this txitic wit! be pleaded"iujhu 1 -
away of their nda11 those indebted ore
best will be fiered. The articles his Irack. recovery; TeqpeVted
bargHins are new, way
*
the position he has, does it."with the expectation in some graveyard, the soil is flung upon the and are only old to clrvs* business with despatch. T> AIS.INS, Almonds, A white man. calling himself James Robinson was to. make payment immediately. '' ; i.< ./';" ''

that the rcstrjctiod of 1820, will be restoredj dead. As often as the morn we find, some TERMS-rAH sums under ?.50 cash, over*50 IV Citron, Fillbnrts.Cjjrrnuts seen talking with the negro, and it is my opinion that -JOnJT O. POWELL: idsnnletjutor.; !'- '

will flower that blushed sweetly the sunset, has 60 day, over $100 90 day, over ?200 4 months. Candy. he has been decoyed off by the said .Robinson. Said January 2 1856. 81-4 ,
and therefore the door of
safety weathered fon-ver when R.'H. BERRY, Auctioneer. Maocaroni, white man gave his name a&'Robioeon and also as
l be closed against Kansas before she gets ready rise from tin-up bivouac to; so f,tand daily against, our we Tallalmsscc, Feb. 9, 185o. 6Notice. For sale by 4 R. H. BERRY.J Dorsey- Said Robinson or Dorsey 13 hboot 28 'or 30 -Tiii4utjLussEI; ::
1856.
; n. 20. of with cheek bones Muck"whia
for admission and he has nothing years age prominent 4A;'.; ,
consequently posts, we miss some brother soldier, who*c -- 4 ken and hair, weighs about 160 IDS.and speaks rather -* '1a.11L: '1ii. 4MActFAcTTJ1u1ka'

to hazzard in assuming that position.Mr. .- cherry cry in the seiges and etrng'gles of the persons indebted to the late.firrn of -Byrd & Roses, Camelias &c. through his nose. O. H. WALTON. r {
has been as fire from heaven ALL -. T W. BESSMAN, Fl.'rist. of Au- Geneva, Talbot Co.Ga. Jan. 26, 1856. 41 CorrETIN arcD Suir 4
Banks the candidate of the Black Republican past upon our either by note or account are, requested
*"* hearts. Each, day some pearl drops from the to come forward and settle immediately ff li4i! : pa .ZiL J gusts, (Ja, begs leave to inform IRON Wi.RE. WHOLESALE kNIi Rwruz.., 4

party, goes for. the restoration of the jeweled thread of Iriendship-some lyre, to l per will be placed in the hands of an officer for Col the Ladies and Gentlemen of Talla- F1t.E.Sll 1i11OCEflIES.! DKALKX lit PUUK, FASCY aiw -..
lection.Ccutreville. liasabe and vincinity, that ho to visit TallaIia VAIL
expects
Missouri restriction And the exclusion of all BBLS. ?lonr
AH Superfine ,
which ho had been wont to listen has been "I
) the first week of with _
February a -
Feb. 9, 1 1856. 6 see during general J.UVJ ". -- :
-
50 Extra >-
,
slave territory from, the Union as States. liushedrfocever. Bat wise is he who mourns assortment of rare Rose. Carocli, Evergreen :;
'
60Ffesh Potato**, -Stove i
.
Now, sir, I put it to the"candor of every man, not the pearl and "music lost; for Iife with Dissolution of Copartnership.TI1E Shrubs, Ac, all of which are warranted to be. as rep 60 Rectified WhTakey.- r.. ; Hcad-Qaarf *,

which him shall pass'awayas an eastern shadow Partnership heretofore exisi'log between Clark resented 25 Crackers assorted, l_ A SPLENDID u.ortzest of these sound consistent
parties references. .Q.stud
Bessrrmn Wwid Stove
occupy Mr. can Bitisfaclory trimmed
vkktMtfeaeM'
from the bills_ -arid death be n triumph and a Bryant this day, diswdved by mutual eon- give 10 Boxes Soda Crackers, i {
'
and safe neither of January 26,18tt.- 4 and ,at.ndueorjkprieejk.. .. ;
ground Certainly sent W. H, Bryant will c/wtinne the cabinet business 60 Soap, -> .. ? "
the latter do,but the firfct or Democratic party, gain. at the old -tind. in Q". o *. Jartnership N oticeJons 10 ". 'Sperm Candles, ;/' : OutDOor-'W.skj '
-tt : Mr. Clark will attend tj putting up tl e McCmthy.GH' 10Star .- .- -- Roofing Omarpehial"F onHea'ih, Cntferlnf.Oij ; |
and that done of the three comes square up PAYMENT or MEkr.EEs.oF COXCHESS and covering the Rollnr in Gadsdeu, and-the McDorPAtu A. M. HODBT. 10 Maccaroni, per and Tin .CotwJuctiojr PfpM,Bbaet lead. Sbt.e : '

to the constitution, and thus affords the only may not,-peihaps, .-generally known that adjoining conntSesoo reasoo4ble terms. milE UNDERSIGNED have this day entered into 10 -M assorted"Candy, Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pomp, 'ffiwpvtdtof
during the past unorganized condition of Jan. !1.1850. 6-3t JL a co partnership to carry on the business of Book- 5 U Starch, .'c.-- every Yri4yde at *hur ,ootie '. ,. > .'
guarantee for the protection and prxervation the house Representatives- could i'llers ani, Stationers under.the style and firm of Mc- 5 Hhd Choice Sugar, City nn4ConsarMcrczi t ><*JL
money Notice.A DOUG ALL of the equality of the Southern States, and be drawn from the United States Treasury for to their biubcft will be fiuml.McDOUG. 25 Mesa Pork, Are respectfully invited t4gsaesUb.ks.pw

consequently for the prcservatin of the Union.As the payment of members cf lha't branch oi ; LL:Rowles rwrwms'indebte are informed N.ft articles
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I before said, it is matter of surprise that Congress** In this onditH>n of affair *A. JSGlo&sbrenncr efore next return dny their accounts wi I be pfai ed ii Jan. 1,1856. ,3 10 M !yT.up-.. -.best t UMtemd and We'r.IM.4: dsb. N.tpej. -

Esq., the Sergeaht-at-Arms of the hands of au Attomer fn-Collection.-, 75 Boxes assorted Tubcco, c1ewil1beoffere4ga1e. :
Southern Know Nothings wi& support Mr. th latt-Hojise, and who is.sdllactirgiii.that 4 t' R.H.BEURY4Surviring Partner., Mount Pleasant Academy. 200 Sntiw SaTt.-i *..*-:' --|" -">-* V-c Ocb r2Q, 'ft.
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Fnller.for: Speaker, and that they adhere to capacity having*been applied to by members Feb. 9. t85B. o HpHE Trustees feel | ratefal tn the friends'of this 5ThdRgiii' S T_. 1 -_ --I: -
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X for their and with pleasure 40 Rope,-/> -, :
him with so great tenacity, and defeat an elec; of Congress for notify to meet their present I Notice.f .'4O nr.itounftetotljem Academy that John jronge W. Brinson, a graduate S5 BugsRi Coflee, 'S 0 U QD1

tion of speaker altogether, when -by tmiting necessities, procured funds" from some of the WTSPXESDAY, the"lith Fclw 1856. iil be Mercer University, who has conducted a high school I 10 Jam '- **- ** -- '. Ji4J

*"i& the Democrat Pennsylvania banks, ou hi* own responsibility laid at public auction, at the readence of Jamc several years with -considerable success,:will take Also, Biandy. Sherry and Madeira Wine, with -- ti. neer' aU -
*theyrjught elect a speaker; general assortment of small groceries uitabVe **fam.iliesIt.it'fur ,
S. Boh J. late of Leon Connty;all perishable oftJzinatutiotflMond&yTht mat Competent .
tbfni and thiir prop- charge
paying if out to taking receipts
*t onc'e'j -rcalljr kse nothing in point of( for thasame. The banker ofr Washington ertJ belonging to hi' estate, cmwwtihgof' Mules,Hores. aesifitents,will be employed.. Our report, of the rat... ). ., ILK1flRY.JarLle18.56. : oflh1sn+ kU'ANT
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principle .far. the issue ig concerned. ,. Cattle, OV m Fodder, Household nnd Kitchen Fur- school for 18557sas follow*, via: S Teachers; Pat ; ._ a -- x-kAtr: : -
so ** great aside from the banks themselves lave -
nit fire, Plantation UiiteDtila, Ac. Ac. -. rums,iZ ScliolaTs. yfe tcmfa fafb ladles and 'gen ." ITS
But j ltzx &rmiena be effectedwheej.de not loaned to Mr GJosfebrenner one dollar; CLAUDIA W. HOU8TOUN, -Adm'x.E0VARD t-h.een who attended our examination ottr thanks for eetied OB Consip&ent,

HOOM maybe organized:and tizejthink but the banks Eare, fiSeraljy. TWs course of IIOUSTOUN&dtnt'rrhnthr.1U. f the fdeadbip and respect erinwd by such attendance Frcmi Charlettfiii ''prBrg 7Tmes, ,
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of tnfe coiihtry attiBqded'to. ttif the Serge ot-ai-Arms has had tbe r7ect of depriving ?I : Mt Fkatant,January- 10,'184S. 3-1w' TEUUlES Extra Carolina Wee,25 Bags ChatJ i
? J L some*of the brokers on the Kretiue, of Notice r & *J taooota Mills'Flour, to.be soil-jut|p i o vcr J ind .
vold1ewdl for tbc people if the members RICHARDSON &. ;
shave and mnch ; by .WBL1'AKFLztwportJan. ,
exwie.1
thiIIlafl msny goodj, fajt causes : To THE SrocsHptrnia or P. & GEO.R. R. Co. Executor's Nptiee. ? ; 185.. 2' [SeotioeL toni Ynrnituife. .tgsas -
wildhandia $ and retire complaint among'tittm.There .. y..t India Fruit and tWhandJm of <, i niako
iliat instalment of li >manda mjpiij8 the estate of iry
*! ? *Jt '3 -*rtj. %* \ N 9P1CE is hereby given an trn ALT persoiw vinff'o .- -1. .I : Ac *- ,
ana let.the people choose other representativeho is now d e ifrmemkenfon account per eeoLoa. the ncripUons Uv tIe Capital Eliot, late TLertO Cuonty, deetAaed -are 'tot Received TI -, -

might agree" some ?pT5ro' wberebjr pes diem andi&Icge, ; boot f 29OQtf() $, of tock ?f|fl hf Peoucol< *wl OonrgJa Bn) pnidrCoaipany. reb to present ffa smehejt to the U&1Cnd1rdperty AUCtlOlill: ; .
th0 upon which 7tU aid,1r. Ulowbreaner ha* paid bits wen called in by tle Board of Directors pay Ut &teUwi atI frm'eprt*cribed by I' r /wr ;rMT fA f Wedy u&dJio4I: rc'
; uidIR ; able at the o 5ceof the Company.at ..Tullahauee oo 1am. And auotified ll persons in J *t.fd ia th.>ettite W said /\ BBES.'Irt h'P.itjitoeiHlTj tI K<5" .:Cbf8e. :
I to them about 880,000.; (forward mml settle eP1ukwhea t>L-'Mt Jam(TV.**.'* ;aoei.i sl
$ Rul1JupheiiTjeeIyihat -- the 12th day ForBaryj iustant. d a'edW reputed to come Ce1 Fiah. '
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*! tIn :Tb, %iJu:4.a4.- bent oa ttt&rF1on! ):.'; -. -. ii"" v.if. Scfretatypro ei. WtLLIilMN.TA.YLOR, EitV.J : RICHARU30.V A WI1(TARRZLVSeutineT -' v.- yar.a; JO1I:1R..LI.t2.z "

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T AThOV11&US'Et' i self consistiog not buly of the realif lei of.Ktt';bat alan mutual consvut..Da'rid Nkbolrf bavfag di.jeiIof all I : :TallahiAee.and""JclnitJ, J rQflN RATiWxUs 8t"d tr_ '.I

.1 those article! well .adapted .trfplewrtfalU'nptonly in Wa''inf.TeII' lit tho KUDO'to''lknj. 1L WJstloekvwlwi :tLG iheyrElai "'nM" lloeaf..tiehi Yu.in HA1JT'TMt\R

l.axi MAJCt1rAftCaw. qnaHty and styles*but.w price ,Tbi at.ock"i hot only -. with'Edward A. WliJUuek are iratboritwf cine thi I ttr theijwT eeie1 sreeI Jo th, bUc.-. : k .ft4:=Wl .'l't= f'P.'DII..W.I

i.1ft-: qOTT'aPATENT... large but selected.particularly for he Florida markeU tame, and who will continue,the' business on' theii r ri'rYi"{ vaUod thiIenLeeIt- -\ of 1'11 tfkI:tlfi f., :Dealer 'ii: Redy M&de 'ao40i ah1- ) Jr5
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,'wlitrh be feela assured be will be able to sell as own accoubt.DF.Nl- menu intbP'eaSinnte preparbd to execute GtDUeJld'rhi1iISl1 a'S.64. IA 1.0 .
LaIr' : ; low, hot'cnly for ca,li and the produce .f the country : M.'WfllTLOCK,, Dental WOrk in all itt Tamas' / r1cbeI. Thrf wBl l .-. Lt ., n.a '' tM'ft:.1 'l"\ >

.2 G, but also thoaoTwbe; have been dealing: with biiv DAVID NICHOLS, attend to FMi g. Pivoting nnd Platings-Correctingirrejrularitie tmdWtnltr- I '. .8ciIt .
1-i a [. fur AH thwe to purchase would EDW'D A. WHITLOCK Palatw I am note recentf"H:Fall tup'
: : .1.'I year* wishing we *,making Artificial ,,directing! eec t IMt.b711I aM aJcvet..a1
IIII advise to call and see these pplemlidGlace. New York, Dee. S, 866.nmMOV. ond dentition, treating' diseased gams, and inserting ply of CloitulCaufmere; *; :Vettigt,
Chetwr) ;antin Plaid nbd tripcd any number of artificial teetb; from'one'to a full sett, ,Colof.-Stylfc nA.,Quality .' felWwb*!was handed .by a i iii a..t': Solid and Plaid Brocadee.. : A.JJA'Q on the late and Improved principle, with continuous I Every _I GOOIJia."r ,. ..

Ito.de Rhiue,and Black Silks of all prices and 't gums thereby: remierinjf them perfeetly life-like watering which I ail prepared io m,zip in ,the most .'.A \Qcata1 bate,been II a*

; 'Z' qtrftlILpes, CHANGE- OF FIIL: the mouth to Jt;wtund fubess and remedying I fashionable tlyU, on ehort wAlfeAND.REA3ONABLE :; IMP ywr Xlrenrort ibd Tar fleirrr Pfatto twy w
Black! and colored Velvets', all imperfection in articulaUen. and perfiirra any other telavl1
my-jmtk. aies J _"if
,. Solid and plaid Caahmerva and Herinocs, THE Firm of WHITLOCK. NICHOLS 4 Co. bar- opemioa treat any ease. .connected. with .Dental ,, .TERMSALSO" : WibplUTS thAt Z1ttUi. b1I.flb thkJpITICf.
: '.:j Solid. plaid, and figured Delainrs, i been dissolved by mutual ,cotwct. DENJ. M.. ScienceHavia-. ill OTn ALL ,OT8D"&tTK'1._ "lWtJ 1Im"

'.. .. Kaabrxudered, plaid and black Alpaccas A ED\VD ,WHITLOCK have associated with ; had several) years practice in W." Orleans! A LAKOK A3TD WKtt SKLBCTBD TOCX,Qt anainted,for the porposw tell* fatfvkvt )

.- I Black Bombntines, them -SFncn'e i.nd being grailnatea of the Ohio Dental College, they CLOTHING they are recommended.Tfc /Tfc* Hebrrjr Plaster rn*.I
CORN, AND COB MILL. Spanish and Mohair Debnircs, -: J. HATtIIaTIC-1.-, hope to give entire satisfaction to all who may. favor READY-MADE ally Is an rxrrnuut'P.l .u'tor beet pafeft. "I fc .
Indies black and colored] Italian cloak cloths, OLIVER W. DODgE and them with their patronage," Practice warranted, ceosultalion Consisting of erery garment suitable for winter wear also found it a Tbnst; fXNttent| jippIieatMi ks Spue.and .

Patented May 16tll, .1S :.- 'Copyright Black and colored nnd silk Talma, HEXKY CAUMETKR, free and charges reasonable. Ladies waited such as'Cloaks;Talmaa;Coats Vests, Pants,ic, te, Braista. It eire* mirerMl Mlbfectfen WhflfeT

eqired March 1st 1855. English plushed .Talm.os. for many years engaged with'the old Firm, and will en at their residences if desired. which' will be disposed of at low prices. naciL s8o3L1N1D.KQMb4th,1W. ; ; .
Dotted and embroidered lace Ytils continue the IMPORTING AND GROCERY Those devinng their services-in thu and the adjoining Also;a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts. Collars ,

[Any iujrittyfrntnt; ttpon tie above vtf; k prosecuted Solid plaid and figured Bareges, BUSINESS; under the Firmof B. M. & E. A. Counties, will be prc'mptlyattended to upon application Undershirts.CraTats, Stock, Hosiery te,Ac. trDfyjl" .1 Cqenterfejtipiid bm raiitatat! ; _

.. t. tie etmt...oft. ".' latr.] B'ack' and colored Shftlleys, WHITLOCK & Co, And remove from the old stanj, by letter or otherwise. Terms cash or Those desiring' a thorough out-fit will consult their The genome will fa fot r,iT_'u.e'. ...if f.TiTtoa ;.
'--- Welch Silk and Flannels, when Office at the residence nearly own interests by giving me a call! as all the abore articles ,
gutze
reqnired.,
84 Front Street, on the 1 16th January 1830. to their .opposite on the steel plat cegrxrttl oo 'the laMcti
;LITTLE CIAKT. Red and yellow Flannels, new wnrehnnse, No. 13 BEEKMAN ST., (Cor. the Episcopal Church, Monroe Street. The best have been selected with great care, and with
Opera Flannels of all color of references be if desired. special view to their adaptation tn'tbia market. thetopofeachbox. .
of Nassau,) first Street above the Astor Hou. can given
subscrioers wcnred the ritftt from LT- on adrwed that
having Purchaser aterfeit
are aaeio co
JOHN PRATOIUUS. el
Too English and Erench embroidered baud, December Sra-49 ,
the opposite siZe of and four doors from the Park 8, 185. -
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ScOTT. to sell the CORN auJ COB MILL Lace and linen Handkerchief (this artidA i. fa exJstenwl:,
C. November 24,1855. ly-47
lino-arn 11.I the" LITTLE GIANT are"noxr prepared l Enib'd Hamlkcrchief: \vnere they wil be most happy to see their friends,and HD3. BACON The ffesuwwu void only bjp..a.od pr,... .
CvlLtrji. and Underslccves, aj-
nil who will do thetnUi favor to examine tll stock. 10
to execute promptly, in a thorough workmanlike Embroidered Chemoisotte and Colhrrttes: 8" Slwulders Notice to Contractors. pointed through the Sontb AXS.VO roufc la I.."
) all orders! wbolecale and retail, of aaid Mills. The senior member of the firm, B.M. Whitlock aDd
Dettfft
.l.'mQ'r. 2 Plain Hams LOWED TO atti if. prnvhaacn fmrnt
Blue brown and green Veil Bareges, embraces this his ncknon Omcx STATE EXCIKKEK,DIE( 1ORAXOE y
to retnrn OF ATJSTA'
opportunity
The rcpuiati won by tlie&e Mills flit Ihe pastvi'.w ledg-- 10 bbh. Mess in and ( sale by are eaotkned against boring of any but_ r imli
Pork store
Black love Veils, or ;y
merits fur the kindness shown him through the longpenx MILL P.O, ST.Jousa 111 VIE,FtA, >
: throughout tbe United States is A sufficient guarantee Thread, Cotton and Linen Lnces. HOPKINS & MEG INNISS.Dee.1l.5. A/\_ .. I a-rfnfs, otherwiM they will be_ imposed-Bt.* %it h i'
of Iaibu.tineas nnd trusts t that his I Arnrsr 1855. 1
of itt utility and established character. It liasct experiencenud .
worthless artiefe. 8CDYII.* I4Afl
: >\t a large amount of money and labor to bring the Cambric Bobiuet and and Mantilla SWIM edringa Laces,and Insertion, application, with that of the junior partners, will -- -- ..-ISI -.--- -- SEALED P PROPOSALS will be received artbis 111 1 Chartre St.bet Conti and Bt .,L. ii. K.O"

Nil; to i its present tale perfection, ami is now efTcrc Colored Mcrinocs prove a sufficient guarantee that all orders confided to I lion nets. Con no is. the 20th day of AugusXlSSS.forcoo Sole Agents fur the Southern State,to whom all

.1 I to PlMiteis, Stock Feeders and others, as a complrte Curtain and} Dress, Calicoes the House !shall continue to receive ample and satisfactory DIES conred straw Bonnets. structing a Canal), with its necessary appendage, orders and applications for Agencies mutt be addre
$ article of mechanism, simple and practical in use a ttent inn. I such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks. Basins, te, from sd.
JSmbroidered Lace Curtiin J Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnet,
jinJ durable in co,troct.ion It is New York, January 1st 1856. the St.Johns to Indian River ditanco
pronounced by every White, black and slate hosiery. p1nin" Lake Harney on a *- ITFor sale at all the DrugStores m TaJlala*.
boJy to be the mot important article-of the kind White and black silk hosiery i D. M. A E. WHILLOCK t CO. black It It of thirteen miles 3.410 feet ; authorized by the anti. one Agency in every Town In tie Booth.
_ in well for cob ( BEXJ. M. WHITLCCK, General of the State of Florida at its lies-
now use net only adapted grinding Assembly, 1833.. S3 6w
Ladies and Oents black and col'd Kid Glover white satin and silk August,
Dic.il for stock,but grits or fine hommony fur the table, Misses colored Kid Gloves EDWD A. WHITLOCK, blaek" (extra ize) limn of 1854-6,by An Act entitled An Act provide -
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tc 4t c. The LITTLE TreceivAtV-he FIRST Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, FBED'KJ. HA VICES-TICK, } Children and Mbses straw .for and encourage a Liberal SytUm of Internal. Improvements FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
PREMIUM the late Agricnltoral Fairs ofMiss October 13, 1855. 41 lTnt.s. '
Kl."lltuckJ.lIaryIMd aod other States, nnd that in II EN BY CAMMEVm.BJUE.A.WHITLOCKTCU. For Pale by DAVID C. W ILSOl'' Proposals will specify the amount fur which Ibe I The best Female Medicine nown.

t'ic most complimentary manner. The fto. 2 Mill isw.irrautal Georgia Military Institute October 13, 18. 5. 41 work will be done, the mode and manner in which TIllS Extract of Yellow Dock, and Sarsaparfna In
to grind ten busbela of feed per hour withon payments are to be made,whether in Linda l or moneys )>itire. speedy and permanent cure ,fcf all,;

hone and offered at the LOW PRICE of f55,all MARIETTA. : and ., or portions of each. Maps, Profiles nnd estimates complaints incident to FEMALES.

aiplcte, read, fur attad.ing the horse. No. % Mill THE Academic year is divided l into two resrions of [Lnte WHITLOCK, NICHOLS A Co.] Whiskey Rope. be seenjit this office, and any information obtained by I Its mild alterative properties, render penTrirJj
lit !((55, griuds hftccn-btiuhtfls per hour, and Na 4, nt months each. The Tenth Session commences A FEW Barrels of real A No. 1 }ronon rb:1'aWbi8ku2G.OOO addressing the undersigned Orange Mill Post Office ap|)licable to the slender and delkat cen.tisioa( '

'2=;3. griu'U twenty (m,hels per hour with two horses. on the 20th of FEBKCART next and ends on the 13 BEEKMAN STREET, Corner Nassau.j Ibs. No. 1 Kentucky Rope, S, 'John's River, Florida" Proposals will also of the female. It i ia unrivaled in i it* fleet npon sodjdisegjiesM

: AJ Jiug freight and cliarijcc. 13th of JULY. "' four tbwrt Enrt of the lark, f T sale on consignment i for cash, or good paper at SO be received for constructing a Rail Road over the Incipient Coojnmp'ion, BarrrnoeM:Ldicorrbce '

ROBBIXS A BIBB. The Cadets are divided into four College C'aoses. NEW YORK.IMPORTERS, or 60
December 1, 1855.. 43 The Annual Commencement takes'p1ace i>u Wedues- November 16, 1855. 45 State Engineer, State of Florida. of Urine, and general Prostration the System

day before the 20th of JULY.ACA5EMICPTAJF.. August SI, 1855 85-ly It immediately counteract :that dielrnailtJ nerrotisnesa -

NEW (GOO [[) S. Of Cognac BRANDIES, from Otard, Dupny ,t Co.. For Sale.undersigned .- and lassitude so 'ooounoo to the Crnalo (raia .
Hennessey, Pinet Castillun it Co, and other Housesof Leon County Iron Works, and impart an energy Met buoyancy,aa sorprtthig a.
& MYERS Cu!. A. V. nRU 1BY. A. M, Supel ntcnl lIt and offers for sale ba! Dwel- '
TOWLE the highest reputation, and sole Proprietors of the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. they are gr teut W. hart eVuenc? *n file, which
Pro of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.Capt Brnuiiics MTHF. House ard 50 acres of land south of indueef to recommend tbia medicine .
t
eelelinted of na strongly
now receiving by recent THOS. R. the Belle Air Road. The 9"IIIS Establishment is now in full operation. AH .
ARE MCCONNELL Commandant of Ca. CHATEAU \ c(, on married people who bare nut been 61m ed witk off.
from New York.afh I dets,and Professor of Enpineerinp.Mr. BERNARD. House baa six large rooms well finished;op the premises .1. orders will be attended to with promptness,and.
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1 jouable and well selected stock of V. H. MANGET, Prof of French and Histnrr. SUPERIOR VINEYARD, is a substantial out Kitchen nnd good water.- I all work done with neatness and dispatch. spring.

Watches aad Jewelry, Mr. W IL HUNT, A. M, Prot of Chemistry and English LKiUER( DES CHAMPS D'OR. The property will be offered on very reasonable All kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work ProloptvM Uteri;, or falling -f tie TTcml, tf fire

C minting of gentlemen's gold hunting levt-rp, ]latlueR. Literature. MAGNA CHARTA," AT,
.,ld levers, silver lever, bunting anchor lepint a djUHrtitT Mr.J. B. GOODWIN, Pre of Drawing. nud Old Holland Gin Leon County. For t rms apply to the firm of White Shafting Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Brats Yellow J\ek and S nap"illl1Itr every other

) Watches; CameoMosaicConil and nil guld Capt. It S. CAMP Assi.i't. Prof. of Mathematics.A. JAMAICA AND WEST INDIA nUM 31 waer, next door to D. IL Ames' Drug Store. Castings. :c.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size kept known remedy had bftn tried wiThout relief

1),iMin pins and earrings necklaces, gold and jVt cros CONNELL. M. D, Surgeon.The MADEIRA, PORT AND SHERRY WINES, THOMAS WHITE. constantly on hand. All work dune in such establishment WAS111YGTO(. O, F;b.'1M9.
*?s, bosom pins aud lockets fur hair and dagucrrcotypee Institution is under the direction and mnnt/e- July H, 1835. 23. will be done by na, with a particular regard to This eertifiea that wife
From the oldest established Houses in my aged twsutyseiiyears '
Europe, nil the and! of the'work.
; gold and hair bracelets; a large nssoi tincnt of ment of a Bonn! of Trustee in conjunction with aBoard strength duiability baa Wen under tbe above
of which ,
suffering
have been
fine plain, diamond, ruby, pearl and g met, onv x and of Visitors appointed by the Governor of the their purity and medicinal ordered anti use.selected with a viewto DR. R. N. GARDNER, Engines.Competent te. Workmen always in readiness to put up fire years. Nearly all of that time eon ned rompLnotfor ? to berbeil.

cornelian finger rings; gentlemen's diamond in.; State. his services to the} citizens J. bare for four .
SEGARS for professional I ctmstantly empl ycd the
Imported from years
our own trade the OFFERS Terms will be liberal, and all work done ,trieUI for
sleeve buthin*. plain cameoOO'X and cornelian; a By an net of the Legislature, the Institution has best shippers in Havana. and surrounding country. Office best medical talent that could bo procured in tbis section
varif of stud fine been famishedwith t cash, or accepted orders oo some business firm in this
fob aud
peat ty guId, vest, gcard 140 C.uleU Muskets and Accoutrements the .
at l'arsonnire.September of the without benefit
for the finest country whatever. I
Agents ,
clciin and &iver and description of Virginia manufactured place.! Liberal prices paid for old Iron Copper and any
seals keys, gold pen add pencil caer a Field! Battery, consisting of f"ur six TOBACCO nIt 29. 1855. 39 have also purchased instrument 'recommended
stock every
a of medium
vr, thimbles.nrd gold Eilvcr and steel spectacles, g.lJ nod bilf peundcr, brass pieces and two twelve pounder Howitzers and low grades, andWHOLESALE large .All letters must be addressed (post paid* ) to (or the core. of such. diseases all of 'witicb provedworthless.

The DEALERS IN FINE Notice. J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla.
Fine Cutlery and Gun Superintendent and the Commandant arc grad
In the of 1848.1: induced friendstotryDr.Guysott'a
spring wae by ny
months After date the Executor of March Il 185.1. 10
notes (If West Point, and ai the institute is the GROCERIES. SIX underlined ,
Dinner and breakfast knives without f.rkft, knives upon Yellow Deck and SarsapariH.
West plan the public mAY be assured that I's Estate of John S.Shepnrd. late of Leon County -
and forks in retts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket and government : deceased will present hjs accounts and vouchers P.B.BttOKAW'S.LIVERY which was used for four moots After she bad ,edit
of studies
discipline course will be strict
cutlery, shears, scissors and razors; fiLe double I ly cnforcei PREMIUM CHAMPAGNE CREMANT. to the Judge of Probate for'l3id Caapty.nnd asked to for about four weeks it was evident to all .(oa that

1I.'uTl'Ued-lamin3ted.teel and stub twist guns, common B. E. & E. A. W. A Co. are the cjcclnsive owners be d.cllarge iift SALE STABLES be waa improving and (rom this time she improved

guns, shot poncbes of various patterns, fiue and TERMS: I of this Wine, and are in receipt of shipments by regular ROBERT GAMBLE rapidly,and gained flesh and strength until tber LV

common powder flasks:cleaning, sods, Ely's' cape and Tuition, Board Washing, Fuel, Lights, Hire of Musicians Packets and beg those who may not have given Executor. TALLAflASStiE, FLORIDA. ease was entirely removed and SM te now enIf1IDC '

'wndi, wad cutters, and material for gunsmiths. and all other contingent exocnseg..4.tier session_ it a trial to do so, under their guarantee that it will September 29, 18::. 39 --P most excellent health.' WM..1IONTTORT.;

Silver and Plated Ware. of five raooths. in advance, $112,50. be found superior, in -licncy of flavor :and quality, ----. --- -- -_. Proprietor would inS We.being neighbors ef Wen. and Jufi jfeatjerl
Surgeon's fee per annum $5. to any Wine at present impol ted. J._ form bis friends and the know that the above atalf'mrut'u to the Fe'kneM efMn
Silver table, desert and tea, silver ( STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT ,
and am'ladles butter and spoons forks soup Person. desiring further information, can obtain a January 26, 1856. l'n-4 public, that he has rebuilt his_ >.Montfort and M to the euro being effected by
knives
en pickle patedforks copy of the Regulations" by addressing. tbe Super WPORT. large Brick Stables, at the old stand and is now M(lnysott'sYelicw Dock and SarsapanlU."to be strictIT -
and spoons waiters;castors, cake and fruit baskets intendent. JOHN W.'EVANS to accommodate his friends and ctwtomer true JANE '
and. v undersigned; still carries on the above busio"s prepared EDDY;
chrctraplated tea sets communion service 'THE
ANDREW J. HANSKLL.; Secretory. all its branches. Buildings well calculated for He also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith SARAH FOWKR&8COYILAUEAD.
and R'am" dmtnl
butter dishes
ujar.; >er and parlor December Hi, 1855. 50-Sm ATTORNEY AT LAW despatching wagons. D. LADD. Shop where be will have have done all kind of .
candlesticks, salt cellars, b Newport. September 2,1854. 85 Plantation work. Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in 111 Chartres Street New Orleans
11.\ bukl'ts; and brittauuia BAINDRIUGK, GEO
ware. ,
Notice. -- -- -.--.- the very best manner and with promptness and dis 8)U General Agents forth Smitbern State, t.
.ItlUccIlaiicotis Articles., WILL give prompt attention to all business en NewGoods. patch. whom nil order must be addrnwed.df .
SIX months after the first publication of this notice to his care, in the Counties of Thomas invariably
Ladirs teticnles &'tLchelw rk boxes, pearl. Berlin undersigned, administrators of the estate of Decatur, Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay., HAVE received my supply of Fall and Winter Novembers. 185.1. 44 : For sale stall ihe Drug Stores in TallaBanco
imu and 1 morocco port monaies, pearl card cases, coral Lewis H. Branclif deceased will present tlu-ir accounts February 17, 1855. 7 tf I Goods (by late arrivals from New York, Baltimoreand and at one Agency in every Town in tbe Soutk.

beads, coral necklaces and.armlcts jet bracelet, and vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon County New Orleans,) and offer them to the public on as MILES NASH & CO. I _August 18, 1855. 33 flm

necklaces and bprom pini.:napkin rings,hair and tooth and ask to be discharged from their administration LOM & GALBRAITII, good terms as any hoote'ln the city. In the stock is Dealers in Drugs, Medicines &c. -
bruihea hat revivers shell: buffalo India rubber Cora Mill IB list.-
and If said estate. Approved
: embraced of Goods
combs china and dolls ATTORNEYS AT LAW TALLUIASSEE! FLA. every variety Dry Groceries, inform their friends and the public,that
ivory wax razor streps and JOSEPH BRANCH. )t Hardware, Crockery, to. &c. For the Ladies, I have WOULD OF the most approved LANIER CORIf
belt feather dusU-rs AUm*". F A. LONG A J. B. GALBRAITH on band a good assortment of such 100Blest
: have
money, cigar cases, pnilor and JAMES H. BRANCH, f awociIjJL a beautiful assortment of Embroideries Laces in Setta MILLS for sale by ,the Subscriber. Tbete
dtor i odU,bolieim} glass and china and haskeUi'tfrracotla S ated themselves in the practice of Law. articles as are generally kept in their line of business,
vases Det
29, lS5. They Wills have been
52-6ra Mantles, Cloth Talma- and Cloaks, and a few of th for some time in use through thia region -
and will be
und will attend the Courts in the Middle receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their .
vases pitchers,perfume bottles, Circuit; the Supreme -and lower
Silks this marketS of and
most splendid ever brought to part Georgia, give per&et satisfaction
j.wti centre 6U rxwion and aide Courts and the District Courts of the United terms shall be reasonabk.Tallahassee .
cases
lamps, lampshades Executor's
Notice.'VJ'OTICE .
Planters invited look with ba
are to at my Kerseys t Blankets 9th ,grinding ease 40 behl :and the.n.e
and wicks States Tallahassee. April ,1853- 14.
villins'8nd at
chimneys bows guitars before T. HAYWARD. in the with le.. than the
is purchasing. day, ordinary
hereby given to all indebted to gin pewer applied
persons Office '
tambourines, arcordeons. clarionets tbc Court
Kinj JsK flutes opposite House.
and i the estate of October 27, 1855. 43" to it. The maker (farnish e a hand spot K'vp
Joseph Austin, deceased to make Hides Wanted. ?
fif-. October
guitar and violin Mrinjs fine cologne and Other ; 28, 1854. ly
immediate and one warranted to give MUMfaetMxv.
perfflt
to the every
payment undersigned, Executor.: -
ixsrfiftuery and a gen -r-.11 asortment of Toj s. And all claims said MITCHELL SNUFF AND TOBACCO. XHfin BEEF HTDE3 Wanted for which the Call and examine them at D.! '
persons having against estate, are & STEWART
Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and in the fJUUU highest wi.l be paid. Also Deer
hereby notified to present them within) the time 4 price : April 21,1855. 11'
fcest prescribed
manner.OctolKr and Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON
by law or this notice will be plead in bar of ATTORNEYS AT LAW PETER LORILLARD, I
50,1S55. ,
42 Tallahassee.September !9. 1855. 89
their Carriages and Harness
recovery. HUDSON MUSE, Ext'r.Quiney Ho.4 2 CHATHAM STREET NEW YORK ,: Buggies, ,
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Dee. 29, 1855. 52-8sv JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, In Store and for Sale. '
::- o. 550. of PETER TT7"ILL practice in all the Court. of tho Middle SUCCESSORS -
I Circular Saw Mill Agency. I v T Circuit, in Columbia and Alachua in the Eastern all kinds of SNUFF and TOBAC O CASKS Bacon Sides Subscriber just received ft
"q Circuit and in the adjoining Quuntica of COS in general use. For particulars, a Price Currrncm el) 2 Tierces Hams, fT'very tarjr'e supply "of ..
c. THE undersigned has the agency for the sale of Ma-ch24,1855. tf 12 Georgia. be obtained by addrea in as above. This estab/ 2 Bbla. Lard and Harneta wbkb. .be

Herrick Improved Circular Raw Mills" ---.-- lishmeut is one of the oldest of the kind in the United Kegs M for sale on the most reasonable terms.
consisting of three sizes for 42. 48 and 52 or 54 inch DR. LEWIS States. 1 Hh.ls Sugar November 18,1834.. 4ft -

1 Saws. These Circulars are decidedly the best in use, Feb. 17, 1855. 7-ly 10 Bbls Extra Flour,
"Swamp and Overflowed L nd0 ? having several the _.____ "
improvements over Page" or any RESIDENT DENTIST, 30 8. F. DR. MILES B HASH
other Patent in use. Tile cost is about f 800, $350, TALLAHASSEE'LA.IS .. Bacon, Bagging &c. 5 Sacks Rio Coffee, '. .,
and $J50; fur various sizes,according to extra carriage, received t per latest arrivals from New Or 6 Bixea Star Candles orrns iii; rnorissioMAi.- sxsvirn TO TMX csrtzs5 .eTAtlAHASaXK >
PUBLIC'NOTICE.. .. Fur further now inserting Artificial Teeth the JUST KUKlOCXfilSC
particulars apply to on and New York, the following articles which S Bbla Molasses, COrXTXT.
TURSUANT t*> tho instructions of the Secretary DANIEL LADD. new and improved principle, with they offer at the lowest cub prices: 8 Yiaegar, S .

JL of tbe Interior, public notice is hereby give Newport, Fla, November 3,1855. 44 other. without continuous crack gums, from one side to the 15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Bagging, Tobacco, Soap, Starch, and many other* thini;*. (or OFFICE with Dr.)I.Nash immediately cut el On
that in order to bring to a. close the .bUli neSs under seam or leaving no place for the !o Bbla. Flour, 15 F,. Sen Island do. sale by S. 8. KNIGHT. *

:t the act of Conjr1**. approved September .8, 1850 LIFE INSURANCE. life lodgment like,and of food thereby the rendering them perfectly SO Coils Rope, 10 Bbls. Whiskey, December 15, 1855. 50 May 19 1855. *0T.7.
entitled Au act to enable tl>. State of Arkansas and THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. restoring original contour of the face 200 Ibs. Twine, 10 Bbls.Mesa Pork ,
to defy detection. He will culls'in
so
as attend to all .iienasneor.
other State, to reclaim the 'Swamp Land' within 60 Kegs Nails, PLUCIISJLrrua.
ACCCMCtATXn CAI'ITAL.lt700,000. Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those A. B. CLARKE
: tbeir lia tl." and at the same time afford to parties wishing Full RICHARDSON t WHITAKER. nrclrAnDsox&WrnTAXER.Receivi
'TMHS Company issues policies on the lives of Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. .
wbe claim that portions of the lanai selected under Newpert, October 27,.1855. 48
S said law are dry and fit for cultivation, an opportunity .JL White persons for one or more years, or for the He will warrant, in evety instance, satisfaction and MERCHANT TAILOR, and ForwardingMer-
wbole.period of life ON THE MUTUAL prices to suit the times. Terms Cash .
SYSTEM. or when called XTPERRY AMAKER
to introduce evidence, all ]lands so .elected to theappro'nd Dividend declared to the insured for. DIaLER IN READY MADE CLOTHING .A:D chants,
on policies issued
wlte:eof no objection be made within six
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for life.PUKT June 2-1, 1854. 25 8TTYAT'LLW GENTLEMEN'S FCRMSHINQ GOODS. NSW PORT. FLA.
months from the date be certified and -
hereof wUl patented August 4th 1S55. SI
,
to the States FBEXMAX, Actuary.Moacw FaAXKUN, Pres't. --'- TALLAHASSEE, TLA. NOW receiving' the well known old stand for.

Such objections Mare contemplated] by the above Applications: received in Tallahassee by FLOYD & HOLLAND, May 21, 1853: 20 occupied by Clark& Stillman. a general] Notice.SIX ;

nrntt be made coder oath, and filed with the Register January 19, 1856.\ B. C. LEWIS. Attorneys at Law. assortment of Superior Ready Mace Clothing,Furnishing *
and Receiver'i f the proper Land Office fur transmission I WILLIAM SCOTT, Goods,, Cloths, Casaraierea Testings, I practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle in of the oa the estate of William Thompson,deecase4-
articles
to the General Land Office. The forms WILL part following : ;
fur affidavits are in the bands of**id officer ceasary AGENCY. OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO West Florida, and in the Supreme C'wrtof A r rO!1M[ W ATMONTICKLLO LMV, Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. late of Leon County..will exhibit ber final aecotnrt sad

The following classes of laud are exempt ,(rom objection CAPITAL...... .. .... .. ...1500,000. the State. Also in the District Court of the United FLA. Black and Cord Single Breasted Frock and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Mid Coosrty/

., (a wil? THE undersigned, Agent of the above Company States, in the Northern District of Florida. _. July SO. 185S. 30 11 jan Business Coats and ai k to S be d1. harged. _
1st.Lands eptcree with cub or located with miliitary receive applications fur and make insurance R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fin. Fancy Cassimere do. do. doM LUCY THOMPSON, Adamstratrix.

: bounty land warrants or scrip after the passage against low by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, D. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Flo. Gadsden County Tax. Collector's Sale. Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats. September 29.1855. '896wBootIiandIe

: of thV act of 28th September, 1850."and prior to toe Furniture,Merchandize, etc.Janaary,19.1866.:1 Dec.22,1855. 61Executor's BY virtue of the power Tested i in me by law. I Black Doeskin' Punts. -

passage'of the act of 2d March, J 85, "For the relief B. C. LEWTS.Sa1tSaIt..Salt. offer at public sale before the Court House Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pants $, :

: f purchasers and locators of swamp and! overflowed Notice. door, in the Town of Quincy, on Tuesday (he 12th dayof Black and Funey Silk Vests, LADIES Kid,Jenny L.Basking

and" months after date I will'present my final ac February next for cash, all that tract or parcel of Fancy Velvet' do. -M '1. -
SIX
!d. Lands alrtfcdj pateoied to(lie State under tbe 20 0 SACKS of Salt for sale by and vouchers to the Judge of Probates (or und lying and being in the County of Gadsden, known do. Cass. do. Cashmeres .4. :w1kicgSboen,

vainphw. HODOKISS POOLE, 1 CO. Leon County, and apply (or a final discharge from 'I the Forbes Purcliase" or so much thereof.. will Wkite MarsaiUeado.. D. B- Black cloth Gajters, ,?*# .

: Ia ail<**es where abjection is raised,testimony must November 17, 1855. ,46 tbe office of Executor of W. Jlvlton.. deceased. I be sufficient to pay the Taxes due by the Apalaohtco- -ALSO- Pranell Buskins, S /\L

; be Uke before the Renter and Receiver the Land W1LK CALL Ex'r. alland Company, together will all costa which may A fine assortment of Shirts Collar. Cravats,BUck, Calf", ,.,-:or!1N '

Office, at such time after the expiration ef aaid six alCUAaD. T. BlaCHETT.., .CHARLES, v. OOWINO Doc. 22, 185. 51-6m accrue thereoa JAMES M SMITH. White and Colored KJJ and Silk Gloves self adjusting Bootees, ,'
months as they may appoint,with the oonaeotof.tbe. ---------- : -r r.- -----,S- Tax Collector for Gadaden County. Stocks Cotton and Merino Urider. birt*, Jeans. Mens kip. pegged. Brogaaa,. t .:A.
BIRCBZrrDOwiuiG
Cus1mis&io9r of tbe General Land Office. S. KNIGHT, Quincy, December 8, 1855. 49 Drawers Brown Fancy. Cotton and Lisle Thread 4 lined and B Br.faa*,*". .
) The KU of swamp and overflowed lands are open ATTORNEYS AT LAW & ASESTS FOR CLAIMS -- ---. Hose, White1 and Colored Cambria Handkerchiefs, all 44 ealf Boots '

.4. to inspection during tbe regular busioeu hours of the JVO. 490 AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms 4' sewed S.

.t. Lawl Office. r Seventh flreef, TALLAHASSEE, FZ.OBIDA. '* TIIOMAS IIITE. and warranted u good aa offered in this Market.- waterproof Boats -

\ Oivednndermy band at theCitj of Washington. WASHINGTON CITY. September, 1865, 05' Call and examine. "sewed and pegged shoes,

this zlrt day of December f S55T I TTtTILL practice before the Court of Claims,and _. MANUFACTURER of Cpper and Sheet Iron November 10, 185. 45AL. Boys calf pegged BooU .

; -'. : .v.: THOSA. HENDRICKS. Tf prosecute claims before Congress and tbe ser Manufactured Tobacco. in all kinds of Plain and Fan. kippeygwl lined and B Draf IDS, :;
Com liuilnltr of the General Land Office. end Department I cy Tin Wares, takes pleasure informing the c-tirens! FISHER, II.unbouod S ? "

,i'. Jtonorf_ 19,1858.., S-fiw ;July: 28. l85. 30 J 1 SHALL receive some 400 Boxes various brands Tallahassee and the surrounding country,that be is Cents fancy toDet slippers ;: I' S
t t It Mullens"Manufactured Tobacco on consignment now prepared to watoo. all.that wish! to patronize A TORNEY-AT.-LA W. M Goat aod calf "

' Co-Partnersliip ,Notice.undcrstgnectbave .' again this .season, 100 Boxes now on the way out- him iu his line of business. He also tenders Lu thanks TALLAHASSEE;' ., ," Patent leather snore, '- SIs

; lIE this day entered into' co- R.HJIBERRY Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and it to his friends, and the publie,generally the very ''II- elotb top Oallen." ';
;: JL the a will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down liberal patronage with-which he has heretofore been "W ILL practice in tiNt Courts of Ibe Hiddle DieT Child ancle tie Shoes .
.
c partnership in Auctioneer and Commission for from usual markets and *n time to good par favored and he hopes that a continuation of the same T trietam1in-ThnasCuunty.UL Childs and Miseeeeolored aDd]BlaekekA OaJhrs' 5
f4Hp44Lc & RETAILTSE7 :: # ties.' DANIEL LADD. will be granted him "" w QT Office in the Capitol. 2d story immediately IUalltais fln *** I-:

, c t5cc- EI'D"I:1VJDSS, MERCHANT. I Newport, August 4, 185. 81 He will constantly keep on band full aupply of all over the room ef the Clerk ef Ole Supreme' Court Wornans. Up pegged Boslinf S

-' t .t' oi 4 TALLiHAsaxK, Fhv-Sept 1I 29, 181S. 89 sorts of Ware tuualiY kept in an ettabiisLmen't his July 91, 1885. 2 -11 14" .a a5 Booten..

ufir1i) 1 : Middle Circuit t of; Florida.IN line of .A:fiul. auortment 'of Sheet Iron, AJhr wblcla will be okfbw WDAVID SS ;
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: I ,Tax Collector's Sale. Sheet Lead Lead ot I COFFIN & PRINGLE
; AMa&.LVELY. ; Pipes; SheetZino; ,Pumps, ClWJU
'i .--E BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law I LEON CIRCUIT COURT. and a great many;,otbor axticlet I ,too numerous to men .S F.a. 0 T < a. &, October .1815.. .' S 41, .. '- '.
In the -- '
Petition .
levied upon the lands known as the Forbes matter of Elizabeth Rice, for a tine.- r

1:L WWpIeMei to stfTthfeir .friends f[ Purchase" lying; and being_within tbe Cennty of Leon change of her muse to that of Elizabeth Icvinu*: )4-. I' > TO.BUILDERS.. I Charleston; 5- C ., Advances Sea b1aad Co. .

\ a 'antpafiopiat U)'.old itko Jr D\U'Amt\t. comprising 13 1 .b r,%f *IH Hf.taII and] general to sell so:much of.the aome before (ibo, C urthou&e'dMrin'tbe NOTICE Rice fur a change of ber name Ptjies&o.RlloWbscbb.pio&ieI to do in the moat COTTON.and other produce will mitt LIBERAL VtfCES mad. _s.Is4 Ci%,. -

t J1." a* ortta a4af. mppertaimnr to 1teiI. city of Tallahassee; a.torday.the' to Elizabeth Lennuj, and that after the publicfttiod of work-man-like manner and style, and of the best material with their best attention. Reference eau be had of .'

, Ita f." .D., 'AlfJ"li. 8th: day of'Jlpril t .8In, attlsfr the State O un.t7ndB4LiIrodtftsdiethereonfortbeyear this notice for three mouths, application will be made, oa shortest notice and most reasonable terms JAMES N.LUVOOMS Madison County or R. E. Dcaa ftlb..a L" !" 4. :, '' ''.t ,1

i .to .*?,...KMr. ..ir.aM*',, 1855 to the Judge of Leda Circuit Court for AOorder making 'Having beenengaged for the last eigbi in Quincy, Fla. # / ', J r ,1 I II J .,. S
yean.
JaD1.J. "a.- I ? ? i ., 'uJudeo'of L. O. DEMILllY the change prayed Min said petition. business at this place he thinks U unnecetsary" .to recommend I October- 2(1( 1855. 'U-ht .- ,.;' ,For'iwlc_, S r '

) ;; '-- Tax. Collector Leon County. S coUt: CIL'A.fiRYA'NClerk., hlroaelf any'farther to the puMic regards : Fresh Rice.v 500 sAcx f8At1'iD. .I. J. r. .
Z'PQbO&Tjj1 Jan. 123856.. fc"> .J4" J-lSt his iu 'mechanic x- ''J'' '
; Jon. 12,1855.. 2mt. eapabtlitie* a bat at the same time he S
'S st ,L1ae. n4iihii4rp. .H1 .lIurea'aII that faror Jiira with a call;good work and .l1.;1A .,Lot low of Rice on the 'a7frf3m.'ChahifltoQ 1sisaI. flpt11UL4-. ; '-.: ., : .t/

I; 81X rn\te't&te ('1f rri eaW4I 5, .&'J.prt! tSa T1Q4ioond : Hide' ,cheap prieeirHavmg ? NePoif.Nov.2l8&by .wholesale br '\ '; .-p.: LAD1X, ___I r- "r -. S t'.:
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.. ..tJ.m"_ 't) ft aV'eooount'cu .fEI : ,-W_Jdi,'AOriffirih Circular Saws'" .:':.ANTED i in quantity for which the removed from the old (and formerly known 44" r- ." y: ; -:1W'aad.: .'. .f : I. (?.

';,;,rvouc1&e: ., ,TrobAleforwiwlOotmtKah1rpciL 42. 40, 48 ad IS JcJh41..,i1bnd and (Ofid V market price any will be paid in cash or .highestT .ef'rita. ii Wbite A Sluwer, b, will be found at hi* tand corner SeedOts-, .fad emrtMrim :
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