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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 16, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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..":;!". ..' 'tt1oNs; ..' "'I the vacancy., did collect balance of the (revenue for that: ye r"I The Blrtbday of aP trltt.T the national as? :,;4 waisppo.nted r >on i: .-:- ;., ".A. : ,i."es. .I-J.''t'r.. .t.: .I",:' 'i1 ;

'. '. \'._' \ ,4 '", ; ; nd|>aid over into.the State Treasury; 'Therefore,'?- 1a wss"ihrnrirabla'! -'ate' one bun.drediiud the committee, tg1rame" a"1ew.ci fa1ttDtion.i'' A' ..tr"\.f. r'in 'If.. "" f tIiestorrni. o4
M ,Beit.resolved. by !. NTS'? end cf'Representatives of the He interposed {o behalf of an EnglUbmaji'who "Of '- .I't % .
nineteenthtmveraar, of the birth: that coan.frjr divided threii
,are 4. ,elates:
[ V V State o/lF/prirfa, in GeneralAssemblyconvened, That the ..Comptroller struck Mm, ',:violent, blow, fur: an expraswon ,
...... .. ..' V ,, -. ] V I ho directed to'Usa'e his,.war1J.nt,& pon the State Treasurer for day of.oneof oarrevolutionary heroes. who of opinion,and his i interposition sated h's op llio first(and mijdeat .kind u caljud .ihe.MutH .. VV I
was bom in.the town 'If Thetford England. -
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ttt,alutioas* 1t'asking JI" Congress' -theThitriof'rtmp&V stabljsh oew Collection' District to be called such rntzntas may Appear.due .to said officer upon .settlement] as. He could! boast of no ilfustrinuft pedigree, as pOr1ent\.J1f Healso.'gKve'hlm'Indriey; ,to l..; tin second i -' ,-*"mor.e* *serer," #*-, the*. Sanintsr;
contemplated by this bill, after ezaniinaUo'u and production of vouch.era. V hiexpense* toEnlaid.V'Hi ideas xrcn rd.tf i! third which
BtitTu h by the Senate and House of'Representatives.oj this I V his parents woro humble'in! i their :occupation pity ; : :* aolllIJ'Jrni: ( ,
scIFkrzgi; ill.General lltmbly,conved, That our' Senators i iba -V'V and'mode oflife. His fath r was a Quaker, pnmaae iu all cases even where ho labored tho.WIli"". In a cmivruianbetwepn him
[PaaeHhe HOUM, December 13. 1855. Pawed toe Sen&ta, D.-cember 18, and trade His mother to save ,the lift*;of ;;Louu XVI.,; much to bib : -* Q\\ ( *, ft ,
,. s.udnr IteprQSC1t&tIVOV requested (make'a proper effort j by a a staym-ikiT. wa self and a priest; tile 'I!latter is thus described
iuau v 1853. Approved, December: 15, 1835.] V orwiii inconvenience. and, pen}; Of the:p'ties .I,'
of the established .church. Early in life their
the'passage i>f law in ..Congress--to establish a newCoiecuocj"Dtstnc4 I
tojKOcare A : .
;ioto which, the. conveution. was divided be ad- .
educated in the. l branoheiofEnglish ; -
toinclude all the between the Suwannee son was common ." '
ani Sanfbel'rivers, to Ua alleii the"District ports Tampa; and to'contfitoti.TVimpa V [No. 2L] study, and i in a scattering' oftbe L.it$* tared 'to that opposed to'Robespierre and his' What then" cried j J, "Ja the ..Winga

a Port of entry-; and Manatee and Puata. Rosa, Ports Resolution'!n relation to- securing tLe interest on Internal Improvement Bonds.WIIEEEAS in lan t1:1gp; but, ct the'age of thirteen,;1k compeers. This violent-faction hid him arrested A'prVlnde.'* to the 'Is| *Iay," answered .t the.*

of- '.: V .* >. V \, I I By the second section of.the Act entitled An Act'to pro. was taken from school, and 'made an assistant and imprisoned for eleven won.tha.- priest. Forfanatt'lv, ,onVuta'kaWu, indicn- ,
B-iI/ar/Ar resolved V ,. That.his Excellency the 'governor trans- i Aide'for and encourage a liberal system of'Internal Improvement i to his fadier in Lis trade. Three,-years Observing bow things were tending-to'anarchy tions announce its c comfng for $ome.days !). .

oUr Senators &nd. sentati\"elD Congress a'copy of these in this State, approved January 6, 1835, the Trustees of the Jllt rnnl.Improve.ment I passed, and hostarted for London,, where lIe amP that all forms of re'igion. :were on 'fore hand. Then .n-.b/xlj' >t7', nut.Co? V pr Fund have'authority to invest all" tllC fund; arising I remained a fevr weeks. Thence ha'went to the eve of wreck, ha I had, prepared tho'first journey, not eve f la the-ik-xt riJ.! jfj though. I

re.ohitioasfPaft' :: I from the sale of the Internal Improvement Lands, and the Dover, and shipped on board priryleer nam- part of his Age of Reason; ,to e.ndeavox to stay it bj bdt-a re .t fr? t two oft Trecaotions are .
tS e Hoaic DcieroVr 5, 1 855. Pawed the SeunU, December 8, 1 865.approrftd .: V the national rush into rain; nnd 'on his way taken frVthj) ,'safety of the boise ...
Terrible and ,,by "
ed the
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SwaMlp Rfd! Overflowed Lands, iu the purchase of ihe Internal Improvement commanded by Capt.Death. ..protfCotmg" .1-
Dfecetuber 10, 855.] Bonds His connection with thi to tbe Luxembourg deposited I it in.tlie bandsof it, on"tbe north with heavy It
to be issued undjr the provisions of the said act ; vessel I did JJI
,' ANT> WHEREAS, It is not the true policy of the said act. in the not last long, for wo soon after find him on his friend, Joel Barlow.! He. bnd prnridon- and by 'propping it op,'M vrv II'as, Urns ttiaUbles J:' .
No. 12.] tially completed thuspzirtonly six hours. L. .ou ;iho south i J The
judgment of this Assembly, that all of the said funds should "be so board another privateersman, ; which appears :$ fewimttroppSj.of --
V Resolution in wd of the Wcuoft; and'Pilatka Plank Road Company. invested at any time : Therefore, to have made him averse to the n\v:11.profession fore his arrest. wild horse ..-.scanjper. to .n ,haute'. .

B it ceJ by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Be it Resolved by the Senate and House of Represcntatires of the and to abandon'it altogether.In Daring his imprisonment wrote the most to the nearest.forett ; drove ofc4tUe, and
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State*f Florid' in General Assembly convened, That our Senatorsand State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Trustees 1759 he settled att and\vich, where he of the second past, of his Age of Reason. flocks of.heep seek'sheller 'ivhercver) it,is to'

Representative in Congress be requested to procure, if practicable of the Internal Improvement Fund ought to reserve out or the said married Mary Lambent; the daughter of an While in prison he experienced auotber providential bo found. Winterer the storm ofet takes en .

the of an act giviug to the Palatka and Micanopy Plank fund, to bo accessible >ahd subject to their order on demand the excise nan, in a few--'months.: Sho died the occurrence in the shape of a violent the open plain, man'or beast, cnratana drawn:
passage aiid road all the lands proper time the interest all the bonds i issued next and fever; which benumbed his senses for a month. by fixeD, or.carnrans drawn by.torscs bios
Road Company, to aid in the construction of a sufficient sum to pay 0) year. Leaving' staymaking, changing f
withm the limits of the existing military reserve around Palatka, : for the period"of three years from the date of the last payment his! residence 6nce or twice, till he reached Among those who were selected for the guillotine without, a chance of rescue. "? V

which hotLeretofore been transferred to the State by an act of of the interest on the said honds respectively, as a safety fund set Thftford gin, he accepted the appointment and whoso doors were"chalked with a -\n icy shownr nf MOW i is tho'furerunnfrof ,

Congress; or to individuals by grants from Spain or otherwise. apart expressly to pay the interest"of ,the said bonds issued in pursuance to a place in the excise. Having been mark, he was numbered; but, bit door being } terrible Ll.-iM :; it f.ll io".tMck, ned(
of the said act, in the event any Railroad or Canal Company. dismissed froth his office, be repaired to Lon open at the time, received tbe mark ion the drives so bnrivnt.Jly'through the air :.hut trwitbsund
.rPaslled the House. Decmb 1855.13. 185. Passed the Senate, December 14, for whose benefit the said bonds may have been issued, should fail don, and became teacher in an academy for wrong side"for his persecuto'rs; for wI on it b i.nposa'itile,- white it.-tt.db lit. _

IBM. Approved, December 15, ] V to pay the 'same 'as prescribed by the said act. aboal ten wonths, when he was reinstated as they came around lor their victims, the cell- tle,to snflVr one'* self to be driven befwre it.
doors being shut, his mark ,was inside and For if one ben \vh/o.( .
December an e .cistnan.; In 1768 be removed to Le c ll'elf !this| prelude to
[Passed tire House December 12. 1855. Passed the Senate 13, '
[No. 13.] out of sight. Thushe escaped. Soon after the hurricane, lie.fc /
1855. Approved December 15,1855..J] wes, wEere: he opened a grocer's shop, and infallibly 0\"erf2kell by
Resolution asking for the catabluhment of a mail Ronte. was ,nanied to Miss Elizabeth Olive, 1771. his recovery he heard of Robespierre's fall. the formidable( blasts and circling wlmfu-md'j!
This escape was quite as providenti.il) as Wit which succeed it, nud wUeh '
In th'a town he became quite gather from
prominent
V BtJt ruolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the [No. 22.] V as a that of Beuaparte when surrounded by the the e\rth, like chaff from the op'
social and
debater a threshing fioor
convened That Senators as companion, as a man /
Stateof Florida in General Assembly our Resolution for tbe relief of Thomas LangforJ. p'f independence.In rapidly l incoming rollers of the Red Sea, during the objects c-xposeti i to iheir violeuce.; and hail
and Representative in Congress be requested to urge upon the proper I II his attempt to reconnoitre that region.On .- them to and fro in the air.
WHEREAS It Books that Thomas 1774 be failed in bu-incss, was again removed '
mail from Mid-
the establishment of a semi-weekly route, I appears by Comptroller's Lang j his release from
department prison, he invited And the
in Duval county, via Cay Hill, New River, Providence, and ford, when Tax Collector, paid fifty dollars and ten cents moro' from his office, and separated from his wa nn yet nngv ofthe unfettered' element
dlebarg the house is
guest at of Mr.Monroe' for eighteen not here at its
EllisviTle, to Santa Fee, in Columbia County, and that the present than was due the State. Therefore, wife by mutual consent. To London he went months. The height ; for when thoVtorm,
national convention seems lo bara
be increased once more, and there he became acquainted I unmirnousI I exhausted its furry \\a tile
mail service from Newnansville to Atsecna-Otie to Be it rcsolred by the Senate and House of Represenla'ircs of tie with Dr. Franklin, who advised him lo go to ly voted for him to resume his seat in that Ii } ner I have described__often raging thins! iqan-(era,

semi-weekly.PuM State of Florida in General Assembly! convened. That the Treasurer America, whither he went near tho close of i body. Wherever his lot fell, lie vas-active, p-riod of several d y -then first begins tho
[ ,i the IIou., December J. 1S55. Panod the 5en tc. Dcceaber 8, of the State be, and he is hereby required to refund to the said Thomas the year, and arrived at Philadelphia with a candid, and effective. He was ever fearless real tempest, a blast which nothing

t U5. ApproTd.: D.omber 12.IS55-] LangfOrd, the said sum of fifty dollars and ten cents. letter of introduction from tbe doctor to an i in the expression! of bis opinions, and in dvfi- si't. It uproots whole forest, tosses.the ran J lof.re'

[Passed the H'nise, December I 13. 1855. Passed tie Senate, D'ecember 1S, intimato fiiend. Up to this date, at the age I rung his position. In 17u7 he'Jfln the society jest fir trees into't ;e nir:'like blades of straw,;

[No. 14.] 1855. Approved,December 15,1855.] V of 37, he had been a mechanic, a sailor, a of Th philanthropists whose object j I und often conveys them high above the earth .- _

E .olBtion in relation to Buoys for the Harbor of C Jar KTS and Bay Purt. V tradesman, an exciseman- storekeeper, a and was to.promote morality, religious toleration j whole vergjg! aw y. "lt Jcrel', stables| and"barn -
V a belief in one God. His undisguisedT' *, unrooHi
hoaies.
teacher and and
a pamphleteer, a politidan.His thrpvrg down
V Re it resohed by the ,Senate and House of Representatives of the [Xo. 23.] .' companions were Kittenhouse, G. Clym manner of promulgating: his theological sentiments I j church towers, so that tbe district it ha visited

of Florida ill Ganrd .4.sscznbly COltt'-Elld, That our Senators Ues'jlutiou for tie relief' of M. D. Pnpr.
il n Congress bmnstructed ind our RepreseuLi.ive IJe requested{ to WHKKEAS, By resolution approved 4lh January, 1649, the Attornei" In 1775 ho became editor of the Pennsylvania I foes havecontributed much to his celebrity: dr-tinw. of several) dayV If sage; Like.1 lanJ V

V US' afl proper efforts to have th? }harbors of Cedar Keys and Bay General was requested to file and proseeat
Port on tbe coast of Florida properly marked with buoys, and the counsel as the Governor should etnjoy,, bill in the Sup:erne t-legant pieces, both in poetry and prose. It i I After several attempts to obtain n-s.ife pas seen herds of dead cattle, and Tillages! ar."

chauoel] with stakes, as L> cuslcaiary! at other ports of ths Ciiitedtilatts. I Court of the United Stated, to quiet the.: "boundary line between was by means of this position that he became ,I: sage aiross tbe Atluitic, for English cruisers thrown. In expose sitaations, tbi&.wind over-hav

Florida jnid Georgii; AND U'HCRKAS, by resolution approved 3Ist known to Dr. R ls11. His two masterly periodicals |i were numerous and zealous in pursuit of htm: been knmvii) to tear np.wolafed stables tn J

PiSaed Je Sca. Doseniber December, 1S50 provision was made for the compensation. of tlrj, Sense i he finally succeeded and reached Baltimore transport thfdagh? the'air their ,
[l'aueJ tl.u House; December 13. 1 S:: .tc, 14, : Common and The CriM frngraents'and V
IS:!. Approved, Dcceaiber 15. 1355.JXo. counsel engaged in said suit,,which resolutiorihasheen understood ;," which v.-ijve interspersed between the in October, 1802, when the political newspapers ihe cattle they containedafld far; far from*

to apply only to such associate counsel! I ; AND WHEHGAS, by act 177G and-1783, during the war, were along the entire seaboard teemed with the spot;,to hurl these down shattered1 i npou' '
year
approved li:tli January, 1655, fiVQ,. lOU :wd dollars wore ap| roprialcd'to applause or alms**. Ills property WItS then fleW an-l rodfr. Wiflj
[ 15.] writl en \ ith such perspicuity and energy, varying fury the mono,
moot the incurred in said suit for Kolici'.or'ufees : worth JL'GOOO He visited Washington
expenses sterling. soon ster for
they were i issued at such! opportune interval8", rages some days, 'leaving; i behind Mm
fioDi
R34ii.2 aatu for procuring: testimony dut-uments, iVc. ; AND WHIKEAS: and was cordi.-illly received by the o I las departure death
and fidniiistered in such destruction
FLri-a to the Ciicuh' Court Georgia. I : : an unequally: manner ; and 'lam
is doubted whether said intended! include! the President Thomas Jefferson. ,
it act to Attorney lie also visited entations. he
that t.1 American peoplo were thereby Happily comes Luf seldom|
Its. it Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of tlu General as one of the solicitors in said cnsa; ASD WHEREAS, L incited to strive not or.lv1 for relief and re-1 I i idres the bends of the departments and the-various his i visits( are not for errry ppneratioa hut:

& afe of! Florida in General Assembly con rened1? That our Senatorsbe is deemed to be just and proper tliat: the! present Attorney Generalbe 1 ?, but for national independence.. His !! political leaders dating his stay. If was not when be dne come, all that bit icy breath;

instructed and our Represenative requested to use their efforts lo compensated for his services rendered, and to be rendered in gloingViJas and cioqwet' appeal welded ] lung before he went to Nevfr \ o'rk, }between tbachcs is devoted to annihilation.

, procure the passage of an Act of Congress authorizing appeals and said case. Therefore, the: popular thoughts into an i indomitable! res- I which city and New Rovhelle he passsed the That ia the Russian' Winga !IH _
Florida the Circuit Court Be it resoheH the and House tic small residue of his
: writs of error from the. District Courts of to by Senate of Representatives of olutiou, transformed that ment 1 resolve into i lifc.

if Georgia, as in the case of other District Courts Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That, the Governor a successful current of living action. Nor 1! lIe wrote and published} : many other! rti.! WHU.TB p-> ATLANTIC CT13..Tho
be and he authorize direct and that of the than those cited all wealth pn'ir.I..A ., .. ._ _____ '
is hereby &to require sum ces ; and of them obtained C"on !, .t t. & 'a a
[Pitted; tin Senate November :f,,IS::. Passed the III./Ule DecemWr 1, 1855. di J the Declaration of Independence put an .v .4. l(( HJJ j;rtrai commcmat
; Approved December 12, lS; .] of five thousand dollars appropriated by the third section of the act end to his Iaiors'in the cause ofi: bt rty. He., a great degree of notoriety. Wi ih residing i.I i. I points of the ttiited States, 81YS'tbe Buatou

,: _ to provide for the exjtenses of Florida in the settlement of Boundary continued his pamphlets free to a newly free 1 j I in Bro me street New York city, he raveler 1 is t u y.qntsjng.| Fur instance" .

I ..'. -, with the State of Georgia, approved 15th January, 16f)3, five hundred people, receiving no compensation therefor.!!I published his examination of certain Scrip n.l one-eighth part of tho entire property of this

J .. : .; V / [Nt). 16.] V -. dollars bo'paid to 1 M.% D 1'apy, Attorney General, in the manner In 1770 hj was volunteer under G Il.1 I| rat prophecies. Thisvas in 1807. In May, country, .is owned by the citizens of New"

pointed out.by said! act. Washington, and in April, 1777, was elected i, 1809 be removed into a small house in Co- York and l U ston. Boston alone; in its cot' _
'* V Hesolutiou fur the re1idf the non Jotl Purtcr. :
V \ [Pud the Senate, December 10. IS:;. Passed the House, December 1?, by Congress Secretary to the committe fur ;i lumbia street; and on the eighth of Jane, he porate iirnUs, ojvtia one-tnWti.'of the'((1rop..
'%'IIEB6"By- a mistake in the appropriation fur the milage and 185. Aj'proieJ, Dtjccuiber 14-, 185.I foreign affaiis: which tali.-n he resigned in i died, in full possession of 1m mental faculties erty of this en.tlrs Uij/on/ -Wing an aniouor*

per diem of Hon. Joel Porter a member of the House of Representatives about two years. He was soon after chosen j i with tranquility and almost without struggle, equal to the wealth of any.three of',the,New. V

j from the County of Calhoun, in the session of 1855, he [No. 24. clerk of tho Pennsylvania legislature. In';'i at the advanced' age of 72. IIi remain? tngl nd States, except ,Massachusetts. In,
j received less amount than was due to him ; ] 1781 he accompanied Col. Laurens to France I j| were deposited near New Rochelle. A beautiful this'city i is found! the richest community, per_

! Resolution in relation to the mail betwceu Tampa and OldTampa.WHEREAS fur the of negotiating a loan. 'rbe:! ; l monument marks the spot. His was a capita, o'f any iit.the United States. The'
j Resolved by the Smote and House of Rcprcsenlaiites of the Slate purpose life of much usefulness and neti"itCllnn1.: next ciJj! i in poinrofwpallh;

authorized to issue Warrant for dollars in fn'orof said Joel and Old ii the of Hillsborough and the ent ten millions as a i. I city Is
1 a twenty Tampa Tampa, : County declared ia fivor. A I, to btlmj;) him; as profane intemperate and fine of the f richest in the lliq
previously : our very n:haying a
Porter. carrying the mail thereon has not been contracted for by the Post i mendacious. The real truth to be I I valuation f '
I short time before this, when our financial condition j: Appears .* fifty-six millions I j,'with a I' poh l :
[I\ueed tbe Senate December' 14. 1S55. Passed the House December 1:, Ollice Department; Therefore, ; was near its' low water mark and that he was never habituated to profanity, to i Lion of fifty thousand. The.bare increase per"

183. Approved December 15, 1855.] Be it resolves by the Senile and House of Representatives of! the Washington f feared a dUoIution i of our army II drunkenness, nor to falsehood! ; n-nl that his annum of tIlt! wealth of Ooston, ji equal to.

Stale of Florida in General Assembly conrcned. That our Senators I through want of pay, MrPaine; originated a calumniators rtrc dnconsciaasly hia: eulogists.His the entire valuation of many of the minor c.

V [Nb. 17.] be instructed! and our Representative l he requested to use all proper I private subscription and headed! it with 8500,I'I'I motto"a9- ties-such as Portland." ,New Bedford

: m 'aDa'to cause a weekly mail to be carried on the route from .Tampa : all the money he could rr.is including his "Tile WOBLD is MY ComfTnv; 10 DO coon Chicago Louisville, .&c.. .' ,
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Reflation i in reiaio the of the accounts of Henry J. Stewart *n4 to
pnvrnent to Old Tampa, in the County of IlilUborough in this Stale. salary. This project procured three hundred MY RELIGION. U-:_ V .
V \rJ.J.Dubcan.' V Be further resolred, That the Governor of thii Slate be requestedto : thousand pounds, which }bridged, us on to the A 14<) had been uachi"KU. flbmmVr'school .. .

Henolccd by the Senate and House of RJeprcsen-'alicet of tiic State of forward to our Senators and Rapresantatiye in Congress each capture of Cornwallis. Congress granted to I GEX. LAFAYETTE SWIMMIX G FOR HIS Lrs. 1.in,'a certain' (town, an d. '*

Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Treasurer of this a copy of these resolutions. I him a sum of 3000 in 1785. Pennsylvania j -From Lloyd's' forthcoming Steamboat Directory I of UM laxv ,paid her sattention, so' roneh'> "

Htate; be authorized to pay and the Comptroller to audit the accounts [Passed the IL,uc. Dumber 1 0. 1853. Passed the Simte, December 11 i gave him five hundred pounds currency, and I we learn that General Laf lyette came t'Jate was joked stout( her. wpliW"

*>f Henry J. Stewart, contestee, and William J.J. Duncan, contestor, 1855. ApproveJ, December 11, 185.J] j New York conveyed to him over 300 acres very near being lost during 1 is last vitit to that be should He .

in the,case of tho contested election in the County Hamilton! the of rich land, wdculrh'ah.d. nnd a large stone I t the United States.: The Steamer Mechanic look higher for a tvife." It
Kama milage'and per diem as is allowed now by law to members of, I house with extensive outbuildings, situated ia I came to the lady's ear, and'die meditated( a' '

the General! Assembly, from the day on which the General Assembly [Xw23.] V I New Rochelle. on which he had embarked at Nashville struck little bit orf.fvenge. An.pppoViinftr ooi of"Tered. V

convened up to the day this body declared the election irregular, and I I In April, 1787, he sailed for France. He a snag on a dark and tempe tqpu3 night on. ; They; wei e at a party togv&cft&a' .:
fa
II Resolution rclalive to the Laws of the adjourned session of the General ; made member of the AinTican the 8th .
returned both parties back to the people. copviog ; had been a January, 1825, when liiO miles redeem her forfeit she .
V Assembly.Bz I was to make .ha epf.
[Patrd the Senate January 10, 1855. Passed the II.u November 30,1855. I i Philosophical Society, and appointed .Master dtloLoui ville, tearing out her entire hall, tahp.} She tbe
Approved December 12, 1855.] it Resolved by the Senjife! anl House of Rcprcscntalircg of the I' of Arts by the university of Philadelphia.. I and causing her to sink out of sight in less gave following:
Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Governor 1 Iie'aud These positions readily allowed him to introduce than.five minutes. % Here 1 w a man who looked \lurii,' .
of the of Scien Captain Hull rushed to He'puII l lal1 common daauk
the notice Academy
to fry
he is hereby authorized'to employ A. 13. Campbell to copy the I ;
[NoJ8j and cesin- Pais: tie! modol of an iron bridge General Lafayette's state room, kicked ofen And tbev. who looked as bfeb M he.
V ofthii General
the Session
Laws passed at Adjourned Assembly, j D cUrrd y* bride' UMJT wi1J .
P.eeulatio relative to the establishment of a Land office in Santa Boa" .'Count/.V that the sam of seventy-five dollars bw and the san*; i hereby appropriated which gave him much credit. He next wentto the door, nod had barely time to harry the .'twixt them both. Le diwl-a'jw Dot be.So. tAad ..

Re it resolved by the Senate and House of Repretentathes of the for that service. his London aged mother, and ,onward where be to Thetford wrote a ,pamphlet,to visit ,I old hero to the hurricane deck before the wa- now- has g o. to the old .

Kutie of Florida in General Artembly convened, That oar Senators [Passed the Senate. December 12, 1855. Passed the House, December 13 I on the state of the nation, entitled '\Prospects I ter was all around them. General Lafayettewas RJloICrXG3 ic l\Iu".ICHClnTI I t

and Representative in Congress be, arid they are hereby requested to 1855. Approved, December 15, Ib55.] on the Rubicon." He passed tho year 1788 too feeble! to swim any distance, but EL tTfo.n-or BAXKS ro*. Srca OVK KMr.. ra.. (
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procur11e. jestablUhiaeut. of a Land Office in Santa Rosa County. in t erecting his iron bridge. managed to keep himself afloat until 'resued .Bank fn:nd*'were jubilant .to W .lthaai,...h'iap'ace

[Pse4 Ihe.genale, Dumber 1,18U. Passed the House;TJhwsemter 4.,,1655.Apjirwvid [From the Cleveland Pkindealer of Friday. Early in 1791! we find that he issued his by the yawl. He lot his hat, clothes arid of residence' says- the .Bottoa Past V
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DVcember: 7, 18W.J V .' WESTWABD Ho!-One of the moat interesting sights might have first number. of Rights of Man,"in reply to I a fine carriage, and came very near (using hi when the new* of his l lec q oo 'wa* recdird

V I i"..,0,1, n.i'h1f'....__66P__c1 n l .yesterday,nn u. mornintr at the Railroad depot. There Burke. In May he repaired- to France where life. IIU! baturd a., '4 'pa ij.of/J t< jW j.
: V arrived on the'Lake Shore train, two passenger cars of little. children he came near losing his life by having no I through the main street.. boaiimrSV.i... '. V
[Xa: II).] V between the ages of fivo and ten year They numbered about eig- cockade in his hat, at a given signal for all Mr. James G. _-for "jp! wake np' !.oor Nat' -elected'---n., Spnkft''- -! .. -

les(4ut Q$ i dl prof IJ (oIr the payment of latett&t on State Scrip, tn j for other tv, and were brought from the destitute and miserable precincts of friends of liberty! : to cover their heads in si.1 i Cox, many years a citiZen Hurrah Hurrah !"- Sbprtfr ,f :anJth "

V '. pnrpoeee.; ; New ,York cky, lik the Five Points, and hud been rescued from beg- lence. Ho returned, to London in July, wherehe ; of this parish, set out with Lb negroes btllsV re .cl triflgine.and JIQ1" jw4k4; ".

Be it rr.tedhihe Srnatc and'Htntsf of ,Representative of tJtctf.Fl gsry.nnd..a life of penury nnd crime through the efforts Qf kind andcharitable wrote an address and declaration on the some time in December! for \'t&tern Texts,! nd. there Ppearen be.gep.ral coppttak, lit.

&t ii That the Comptroller, ; people, whe had gathered them! up, clothed, and were nowgendfn" French revolution, in which he acted his part where he had determined to locate. We ; tion among the citizen*ftat: their toirn bid ,

cfPnUi AecoaaUanditaDd< tnGcneral4uemblycomxne settle thc-interest< doe tjpbn the: 'State diem to die great Weit, where plenty of bread and cornfurfiliIe and felt a great interest. In 1792, appeared learned that while crossing a prairie forty been otighly h ,II ored.t: Mr*. 'Back* BJa.nimated ;
; ; home*,will be: found'for them: 'the second ,number of the Rights of Man.- rhoa3e,4bot 'jb&'tSZi'
Scrip issued Qthorit'y.otthe entiUed.an.act to proTlde'for the ; miles ,wide the cold northerns attacked hit dfimlntd
by cbilden'of people so destitute He concealment fQr his)1arne as eaU d! o
: 3Iost'of them veret orphans-or as sought no ,congratolate her, lay mformio them'i
i 11)ekIGIetlq549 yment6FCapt; Sparkman Parkep* and other 1853 volunteer together with eonjpa, ten,, to 1 be onnblet'i 1 provide for them:aud they werenow under. the care j author of these startling productions, though party,,ftnd eight of his negroes froze to death, that! she vas W&9&J .0P f. c.k '. V V

approved' the JantfaVf 7 nd; ; ,econdVpayinnis, ,. .and of i'gentleman'and'three i kiudbearted.) .ladies;. .exchanging :the, foul a pablio prosecution hung over' themnsjieditioas. and two of.hU wagons were ut up ano*burn the iWence oT hprarent.! and aiatrn dt9.ft.t .
P3ct1ut flVa .
dr 1M %f"T' priftCipaJ' of the holder ofsataresnectivclnjltea i tni sph.cr' Intel miserable 'quarter* of pent-op/uttics/ and cellars of libels. lii.Septenlber he learned of his ed as fuel,to save the lives of himself tnd the crowd gave nine tWtoot Reo: Mr', )', .

1e>! a,w R$|4ht>jpaa ihe Trcaanrer_.,'i flavor V''t Ne\v..Y.ok'r the'healthy'and bracing,air of tlie,prairies and forests Selection. >! as' "repre eotatife.to the national balance of his negroes. Mr. Cox. was hinu aI e. ; b .fctf. n4 a1Jrt-1.t : '

ojint. V /Vw'.Wan'azsDWeuiptroIIer V ff Uiei-We&t: ; :L'bo sight of the dean atid V comTor table clolhei and convention.i in France. :.Jnnpite ((ihe .Eng. S1WupN -.- aid l h, aairm the :
ouWfterW.
3f i t That e.TreasuvnwiU yVl1,. self seriously.ilL- [Caddcf fjazelte 18thv ,
I J. rtr # Itfight Jace* of'fonr score,Iwys nazi gtrl"i apleastntscene; bin the lish attempt\ to retain him,he embarked for Of Alruihty-ppwer;,sUj I t1a.. tJd.:

(or' tbepuoseaforesa'd..ouuywO3vi1ibl "V ; hiimaniiy! which: luis secured fo!.them a cljoge>hich m"y result invtrtaons'aiVd Calais'. ,whero he was, cordially received by THE Usoar, LAWS, i., 'YiMixiA.r' \, bill )ppreup.Aact theAt ".olt ar.bJp o-lit .
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Useful t Ihrcs, excites our unqualified admirati.ni. the national guard a it.and cJ.o tIteJ6rmB.n.orN. -
f t Detrn ;21 ; li.Oef fie Sevte,to:. 'J.:!u 1*: Mr.Pbnnps, thrSaperiutendent of the"Toledo pad,gaohe par- was giren to him. ,A salute :was fired froth has)been reported tho. Virginia i ; .UOOM.oi t nd re1dr ,Jt,'.. L. tL._ *
1 tpFui.4,DicuieV L3iu.q: m n& Ir'n'P' f"t to Oberflnjsstevening in honor of his arrjval. Tha cry Delegates which! prorldei.that the legal ra> th bonof .
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"- : .. : ger:1Iijt r aftersornctliing to flew, York Tribonc,, .classifies the, voti. v : *, it'-any' :. : trJ at.,pmeat :s4sdd' |l4hsr,.tfan Itaiwar .

\ w.-- .' .. I laodle to thVprt adice fthe; .;.of Democraticisrty for Shaker, aniliaddf; ;:'4The'only know not woith1heimo consumed bwtin Th-nekbth, Ltd rftID,. : Uat wwk; .bat ,thIs" wS ,1 MKmr lUteapsiary

't. The State Demo'tratk'-Ceufentlon.- :. they affect to be prodigiously animated nothing, acknowledged sach, who v ted'fOI about it We were of course most agreeably America Cs most,gradfyfeg toYo: Arer., -r1A.--I.t4t;ihuiafislMte .

: -A. 'Convcntidn. of th the.Deraocrarie Party o 'y the supposed discovery that the Southern Bank*, WAS Mr. E
t this State, / has Vji-.been. fi appointed"'and).'<.advertisa' i ,Democracy have gone over to the advocates has. .heretofore- been. understood. that. ,.'of&r, :by onryonngriend of .the.PenbsuUritt hv tiny orthk,.c otry. CoL'W&' P&iaZUei(tLi$ ._r&%&[l''
to be'held:at'Madlsoh'on'lhe Thfrd'Wcdnes. 'emarks tho of iecarelj 6 high on the walls
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i f Squatter Sovereignty. Thoroughly convinced one hundred and three votes for Mr. B nk5. concerning importance giving now cat -: a*. *K._ :

*: day tn.\p'ri\! .. The time rapidly. approaching by the recent demonstraUons'in about eig1lty were elected- as k.n o !.nothi g', correct information," and should ho'Continue Temple of ,;"ttat."<% tallest, natiob 'In 1b.. df. .

t. 'and -wjjt'eoon 'be'Tapoti: twC W' tress that the Kno.v'Nothing party has gone a$ well Aa republicanv When the.elections .improve' ,in s.ratio with i the,rnagnitnd. all creation" eanooi ptlU It down.. The ac' 7'-tF .ilL&1L: -

;: '-*;-4hir.g; !: i- -apotf. Bv r*J--"our.rxitical*3*+'**** ,IH"*]!! friends* ;%*.. al l. : :ike the} winds, in every direction, they now : took, place which sent them to Cmirentbeirtriumplls of this i important discovery, we iMzard ooth-. counts,of Uje-lbyi.j ni ajc< .L*!eoferred ,m w''Ji .

:: tb' State''fver the impdrtaswyyea' the gream ndeavor to conceal. thehumiliating catastrophe : ,were claimed, aod4n many instances ing .in predicting for him the brilliant careei ttpoo_ ,some of thote.,wto ttreceiy' '. : 1 te "

parlance( of holding"! early County meetings by:, charging upon the Democratic party. exulted over by,southern know-nothings, at- of an editorial prodigy i indeed. !left this city for Nicaragtia, sets ertael&Jg; ImprovaePX IIwJihHa4orF4vcg.tdi .

and the sending of fufl and intelligent delegations I abolition schemes and to tliere, especialJ/as it ia oow wen understood -
: purposes.Itis triumphs of their order. Tbe question nou go : .,
or'tbe'New York Tribune thl'leadin -
therefrom for the of selecting well known in the of the Mr. Greeley, that there.is odangerorwar. New
1 purpose language conies ap i What has become of the strong 'NEW YORK !. 4th, 185C.
lOandord bearers for the great contest nexi Georgia Telegraph, of recent date that 'Abolition journal of the Union, explaining York SanpSreLgOat many.fighting men ol '
',1 a. krmow- oihing phalanx sent (rom the free The.MalnV tjj-w.tt ftfc has not ah.
Cullom of Ten
election of Mr.
the
) (full., \\ care nniious to see early indications .' the._ messages of the President and the general : States to Congress ? Tbe philosophy of the"artist" classwithout any' great, detriment -i ished diibkibg! has at leatt,'nftd cbvdtacldedly -

that the people have this matter in mind voice of tho party have settled, so far as Speaker Banks furnishes the answer. The .lessee, a Know Nothing, to the Clerkship of to'its prosperity. It is rumored tHat! DMS dIzejikabIe- ,o loa.It.-

should. It i is greatly desiraW be done the true non-intervention the House, remarks as follows : Parker IL French leaves for Nicaragua '
; It is time they can princi. st'ongcr race hat absorbed to the icedker-abolition agft&at tfcce who ffajMnt bar-fams,
;, thnt every County should! be represerrted in pIe laid down in 1850, and reiterated in the has swallowed know Gen. Cullom was chosen Clerk to-day by the next steamer, to asiat,Walker in.consolidating ami who .
wp nothingism, the votes of nearly all tho Republicans and many' before thepajs ,01)11_1W.
the Conn ntion. Upon the selection! of suitable -. Kansas and Nebraska acts; and against it all nvorrament'of his power, and obtain credentials which of (
:. leaving a solitary el tenee. most of the Southern Americans. The fact would boast hav cg fafc'en ftorocthW heft f*
:. candidates the saccess of the party will the scare crows about H squatter sovereignty"do The New York Herald, which has acted as that he had fought the Nebraska bill to the the government of ,tills country will! accept. breakfast,'now_ defer their* **. .*libatiosa*( i eatfl F tbedarknesn *

: tl I t'nd. Which of the leading democratic not weigh a feather. Wo stand upon the watchful nurse of know-nothingism, gives last and lost his seat in Congress thereby,en- A pamphlet-the" life,of Col. Wro. Walker, sdi their entrance Into-da tfo-%

gentlemen of Florida will be&t answer- the requirements doctrine that citizens of the United States strong intimation that e half-dozen( deared him to the anti-Nebraska men, who dr has been thrown before the public. It is madeup and the
pretty
pie. Coffee tea we taking pketofspirituous
the South
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of"the at the coming ciuie, inhabitants of when not war npon nor proscribe men Newspaper- reports,-and seiond-hand -
a Territory- organizing
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-, party northern national know-nothings are in a fairway but only defend the rights of the North against liquors/ Dd' tEe abomhiable eoffl;:
4 can only he determined by free, calm, and I a State Government, must deternTine the question to disappear by the same process of aborptLon. aggression. I. information, and in many respects is not cor. pounds palmed off. upon. '\ '.euUI.b. .

rarcful consultation. hetwcenthe' representsiivVs of Slavery for themselves. The South The following extracts from that rect. Walker,' it. appears, is a native of Tennessee lie. Coffee Houses, to ,Hrhki-ai.._. ai&hea- .
t. .all of the State. lose the doctrine. It Is MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. and to be only about thirty of
-of the party from parts may by not only possible journal are significant : "III years Reading Rooms are betnfi established in various -

their decision nt the ensuing Convention, but probable that the North with
For a
TllE NORTHERN NAtIONAL KXOW-SOTH- OTA bill to prevent the separation and age.We parts of the city,and fitted op In a man
: we Khali:} 1, therefore, patiently wait, in confidence much larger white population, such a proportion INGS OX TilE 8PJ.aIlERsnIP.-A MOST LAMENTABLE sale of slave children under ten years of age. had a snow hhower yesterday that was ner that,will compare ( l'OrabJith the most
that they will calmly weigh and wisely of which is without any landed or local COLLAPSE.-For nine weeks we had singular for its violence and brevity. I was
fashionable saloon Four of the
from their parents, is before the Kentucky liquor .
decide these questions of candidacy-alwaysimmensely interest interest, will outstrip the South in the labored under the idea'that the Fuller partyof looking out of my window admiring: the bril ,
have been established
dn.e Christmas
Cungres, northern and southern members, House of Delegates.( places ,
whenever I colonization of Thr tories. A mechan liancy of the &n, and the fair ore tures moving -
impcitnnt ones they occur nw were' national men-ail of them sound n.itioiml and it is contemplated to have them before,

but fcnpcilutm-ly so now in the present ic's tool box, and a Clerk's pen and scissors men; but this was a mistake. We had OiThe Missouri papers are nominating to and fro, along Broadway ; in an .instant I long, in each ward in the city. The njoj.menU *
for the
Col. DoMriiAN
posture of tfThirs.Ve have: every reason to are more easily moved than plantation stock, supposed' from the first week in December Presidency. the sky became almost as black as mid. are not confined, however, to ImbiMaf(

believe that the Democracy of Florida will utensils and negroes. The principle, however the first week in February, that these Fuller 03; Mr. DALLAS propose to leave for Lon. night, and flake of snow nearly an inch square tea and coffee and treading the news, billiard

not be to wanting in common sagacity not i is a sound one, and the South is ready to men were so rigi-that lly opposed would to Mr. Banks, don by the next steamer. were falling upon the heads of the pedestrians.A tattles and. musical instruments are also-(nra,

to twiderpLind that union and harmony; and stand or fall by it. Northern men may sustain upon reasonable principle compromise, they from the accept democrats any, cA bill.has passed the House, in the general scamper ensued. Ladies, lifting nished that there may be no lack:of diversion.

enthusiasm) which these beget arc the it, for whatever reasons they choose-that in order to defeat the flection of the candidate I I'ennsseo Legislature, authorizing that State their dresses with both hands, started off with This might be Imitated with adrantflgf through.'

iw st pateut agents forlhcsuccepj of a party is not our business.: All that we have a right Seward, Giddings, Wel'd, and Gree- i to purchase five hundred acres ofground.in. the speed and about the grace of Ostriches. out the cocntr .

.und that theo faliould always be secured at t to demand is a fair, equitable and Constitutional ley ; but ibis was a delusion.( The nationalityof eluding the tomb of JACKSON and the boil 'Their hoops and arms swinging in the air, re Henry Ward Beecher-that spoiled child

of the sacrifice of principle. F principle." these Fuller men was limited to Fuller andto dings-of the Hermitage, for 850000. sembled much' the pendulous motion of the
t3tort
: any: cos* the North. They lacked the moral COUP : of the public, and over indulged pet of his
but
State elections the voters of>i As indicatedVe believe, by Southern A from Louisville da. wings of that bird when in rapid flight; .
,
Kon dispatch
J nfjtcr our i every age to cross, nt a venture, over Mason and Kcntucky, own congregation treated his areraJast

th tf United Stales will }be called upon to dir- I Democratic print, tho political heresy denominated Dixon's line, and as far down as South Carolina I ted the letinstan, *, says : they had scarcely reached a place of shelter! I Sunday to an cxtraerdmary sermon upon

of } sovereignty is not with their boasted nationality. Theirs when die sun again smiled sweetly apon them, :
cVi.irgo agaia the rcsponsiJ- selecting Squatter recognized The cast wing of the Louisville Hotel fell i Kansas. The New England Emigrant Aid,

A Prt'l id'nt of this Republic. It will devolve by the Southern wing of tho party at is the response' ility for keeping the floutedisorganized ', in to-day, burying in the ruins a man, 'a boy or perhaps laughed heartily at their stampede. Society,aro endeavoring,to raise two hundred '
the is but the for '"* \vikc : n. for lie flec and a girl, and it is feared several others. Were it not that an inch of snow lay upon the
position occupied -
to a
alledged, on
delegates contrary
the Convention to
(-n : appoint tion of H:1-uks.at last, with the alternative (,this The little boy was dug out from the thousand dollars to be, applied iu erecting
Cincinnati Convention, and to select cam1ttc8 '_ which, in addition to the foregoing defi-ntta, ; their hands. ruins alive, but has since died ; the. little girl walks, a person might persuade himself that mills, andwbuilding bridges, in Kama; ar.d

i! for Electors to represent this State in extract, cannot be better defined than! by ndrp- was found 'to have her arm broken ; the-fuan he had been laboring two or three minutes otherwise improving parts of that Territory.

:. l&e Bhctornl C( lt'ge. Tli.lt the issue which ling the language of the Richmond Examiner, And what is the result to the American i was but. 'slightly wounded. the time the shower occupied-under some One hundred thousand dollars of the stock
: It i is a definite congressional division delusion.
h th "i to be decUedill be one of the most 1\8 follows: party sectional I THE PCBSOX&L LIBERTY BILL.-The Bos- optical was taken immediately in Boston, and it is
of it into two hostile f.1ctions.-
the of the
hnpotmt"er i-ubnutted to the American The trtro doctrine was incorporated in Not a solitary northern know-nothing voted t >n Atlas spates that the Joint Special Committee The law-suit between proprietors proposed to dispose of sixty thousand dollars
the Utah territory bill of IbiiO, declaring the I New York Daily Times was decided in favor
:' peolle:' no intelligent person can fail t( per. for Aitl'n-not one. Thus the ,'otehich on this subject have voted that it Is in.New York, and forty thousand Brook-
of die of the territories in
c.c. For the first time i i'n our country's anitl' rigltt Sale people organizing to admission elected the Speaker
t, we are to witness the organization of a t in' the gavernmeTit Union, and preparatory not before, to decide American.,' so called, the lamentable truth Court and also thaUit is inexpedient to re. shares, appealed to a higher ourt. It is pulpit before he began to preach, and'tabor-
(that in Congress at least, their nationality asa that the Times
formUablo sectional party, not i ia a single the question of slavery or no slavery for party is limited to the south side of Mnson peal the bill.WASHINGTON.. like perhaps the not Tribune gencrnllykoown, is represented by one hundred ted his hearers to take the stockl Now.thla

I State, or in two or three States, but in a run.jtlrhJ' themse'ves.Ve cannot quote the languageof & Dixon's line and the Ohio river; that their February 8.-General Cass might be excused in a modem Christian minister
the bill the of but the shares of thousand dollars each.- '
at moment writing, one
.of the States of this Confederacy, the I northern brethn-n, even of a national type, fell to-day from the of the Patient Office although Christ did drive the moneychangers .
doctkine thus limited, was expressly steps. 'Jones broker in N.
recognized Mr. formerly a Albany,
in. line to fraternize rather with Giddingp, of ,
vrJttJe of whose pofitrcil enginery, set from die tempIeBut in his
power Kansas Nebraska bill of 1-854. and sermon,
not
was severely though
bj'the : I dangarous- and Mr. alike
of Y. owned Wesley
Ohio, than with the Marshals, Kentucky. forty"shares,
ill wtfion by exasperated prejudices, and pro- That '3 the doctrine crery where laid down J Jy injured. the Rev. gentleman waxed warm, told J
The question which next recurs is, Howis number. the monied men of the
"fanaticism 5s"o be directed Senator Douglas, its recognised champion, i They were that the best
the fires by congregation, investsacat
jX'lled by they
this of be mended
I. condition things to at 03" It i ia said the : of cold for the
average Mr. although advancing
in all his speeches in defence of this bill, wherever I concern. Raymond

against the American Constitution: and the Philadelphia national councils of the 18th could make for Kansas was In SharpVs rifles ;
ddh.cred-the rights of the people of the month January: 185G, in New York, was cash owned twenty shares, as an equivalent -
the American Union. Already this pnrty is and 2'2d: of February ? The work there to I no said a person might as crco* read the scriplores -
territories./! their acts ;preparatory aslm 8si01l than that has occurred for Before the
greater seven
I ] any for his editorial sen ices.
lie done is the of ihf
marshaling cohorts appointing its captains into the Union S'taesand not till practical reorganization I to a herd of bulTaloesaztobordeiruf.
as sorcrcign .
American the Union, its i iI ty yea:e. paid, Jones and Wesley mold thirty
or concern
S and putting itself in battla.array. Already I then, to decide this question, and the duty of I 1. party throughout .ans, aad that death-dealing instrument were
I, formal dissolution among theseetioniti{ and (&- Mr. DALLAS will take his whole family shares to Harper-a son of the publisher of
has its chief, (W. H. Seward) reviewed Congress to admit the new State with or\iwth- I the only things to settle matters in that region.
locul fa.elio/1s and loose materials of the
out slavery, as the pl'19p1e have dccidetl eoun- with him t t London. His son will fill that nR-me. Last June, a dividend of 15 percent -
Us troops, issued liis orders of battle, and given may ,! try. The result of the late struggle at Washington Now this may be all true, for Sbarpe'a rifle
The doetiine is different from the the position of his to the Stockholders but some-
very pri.ate secretary.OC was paid ,
the war-cry )f the part}*. The black admonishes us to prepare for the lat apply with equal precision to both sides of the

banner of disunion: and fraternal hate will be tloctrine Mr.of Cass squatter to sovereignty hold the. latter., as we By understand the- ter alternative. They may, perhaps, do bet ::?- The Legislature of Georgia, by jtint dispute having arisen, Harper offered to sell :' question, but it is a very t dangerous doctrine

thrown to the breeze, and its mu5ic will reeoaad i I doctrine of squatter sovereignty is meant the ter. They cannot do worse. We shall see." i resolutions, have determined to adjourn on out for fifty thousand dollars-ten thousand Io be preached by a Christian minister. If the

with notes that, Incite \iolenco and' dottiiiie! which maintains the right of the We find in the Peninsular of the the 20th inst. cash down, and the remainder periodically: scriptures do not appeal!to the passions of nsta

blood. Then, fellow-citizens, rally to the only II people of the territorial legislatures, that is to 2d iirst. editorial Tampa the OCT Francis Ford, a soldier of the afar of holding Times' stock" as collateral security. more than they do to buffaloes I I let tutritfba*
of the territories as territories to excludeslavery an commenting upon accuracy thousand bit
national existence to say, 1812 and of the heroes at Jackson's de Jones bought ; paid the ten ; aside nselcss and let
:. party hnt has now a embraced in article one as ; letminrstrrsgrappla
and regulate the whole blavery sub of statements an cash
received the refused
loeet the fanatical hosts, and through the a. ject. But the sovereignty as to tho territories, which appeared in this of the Iflth ult. fence of New Orleans, died at Corpus Chris. after having Harper' sword ke Mahomet, and strike.the bud off
paper
.: geney of the ballot box, drive them from the is in Congress. of which the territorial legislatures headed IntKafls to be R(mo\d.". The .important ti, Texas on the 16th ult to deliver, saying he only was meant it as a joke, every person **be docs not receive their doc-

high places in our Government. It is tho future are the creatures, the acts of these and gratifyir information hastily 03- The ttrlh day of Tom Paine, the De. and beside his father the neal proprietor irines. After the enuon Was over,on.of hia.
legislatures bring subject to its repeal and revision. -hence the suit. And now Wesley with the
mission of the decrarie! party to ac.comAish ist cde&rated his hearers asked: I him why he utterance
So that the doctrine of squatter sovereignty sketched in that editorial was kindly communicated was by admirers in New. of Jones sad *gave ,
this maA- esired achievement, and salutes with apparent approval Raymond, Bach langaa e; He feptied, that be spoke from
means no mere nor less than the power to as by: Go '. Broonie just on the eve port Ky by firing cannon.

Rorlda: will share no Tittle of the glory and of Congress through its creatures, the territorial of going to the press, and consequently was OtT John Smith has furnished the following threatens be to associated dissolve the with firm, asthey who ail will re his feelings At he, kate At' himself a non-rt-

honor, which wiU result frern BO important arectory. legislatures, legislate upon the sub. not written with that care which the material for the celebration of !ill i I I-- mirth of fuse to a person sistant, and that he oU oat recommend it
ject of slavery-which i is held un .ahsurdity act -UDjjentlezaanly as.they suppose Harper
i others. I have desire to the
t \ all State Rights politicians. matters alluded to demanded We then stated July, but it is too good to be laid wtrTl. baa. to no usurp place
among the of citizen -: Two Declarations The Declaration of ecjjsor bet I eaanttt help thinking'that, if
i Bcmorratle Convention in Philadelphia. -- upon authority a respectable of Independence An iatenesting test-of the eapac&y of a new

f. A Convention of Philadelphia Democratswas Fancy Dress Ball. of Tampa, who was in this city at that w hereby we gwned.Ur liberty gun, patented recently by J. W. Post, of this ministers cannot practice fcristixnity! they

held in that city a few days since for the A portion 'of tke good citizens of tho flour- date, and immediately from South Florida, and the Declaration of Love, whereby we city, took place near the Harlem High Budge. ought at ieasX to preach tL

purpose of electingdelegates' to the approaching ishing little- town of Newport, have resolved that Capt. Johnson's Company: volunteers, lost it.' Tbis new, and as it proved itself valuable The ladies of New Yozk taa really begun

Stat Convention to lie held on the 4th to note the-preeaoce of Washington's birthday which had been organized Sumpter County, 03" Aneditor, describing a lecture to the weapon, is a repeating rifle, capable of being to learn wisdom from experience.: Instead of

'. of March next. They -pawed a series -T resslutious I by a gay demonstration in the way of a had been received by Col. Munroe immediately -. fair sex, exclaims with etttbutea&m. Three discharged thirty times! per minute. One can the tissue paper shoes to
I approving most heartily ths Administration -r" Fancy" Dress Ball." The managers are J upon the happening of the first Indian out thousand ladies taiigii on the Ep$ of one hardly help shuddering when be thinks of filibusters in winter, heretofore, wuched to the grave of

of Gen. Pierce, expressed a preference I Messrs. McBride, Cavorly, Partridge, Spen. break. It seems from tire Peninsular, which wan !" and Indians in connection with this consumptives, they,_DOW wearteatheror India

Bu. by authority, that our informal. wain rubber boots while in the streets and these
Or theinown distinguished -citizen,James ccr andliot. Our kind acknowledgments speaks OziA very maW pattern
ckiuar. ai a candidate for the Presidency,1 II are due these gentlemen for the complimentary i error, and doubtless unintentionally misled solicited the hand of a-fine 'buxorngiil. "Ohno and does not revolve. Under the barrel is a! boots, instead, of the shape ordinarily worn

and gloriously crowned their proceedings by ticket enclosed to our address. I as with reference to Capt. Johnson arid his I are high-heeted and high topped Jib fDi8fJ''
., I said ibe fair lady, "I can't think of it twbe-tbo place of the ramrod in ordinary
of the command. The Peninsular also'allcdges In a udt aryjwintQf view, this change WI.
uaanimous following rsligion :
the
passage I for a moment. The fait is, Tom are nlittle guns-into which thirty acorn-shaped ballsare
.. The Six Traitors.We ,the Floridian's article caused Capt.' Johnson"to : you not be too highly estimated; and speJdng,of
: too tig' topul into a cradle, and a little placed. Each ball is water-proa and
o "bearson. are now able to place before our readers his march a..bug journey consumption, that-a discussion ,of
Resolved. As long as'lhc Mississippi I equp company too small /opus into a bed." contains within itself the and; suggests .
itsbroad bosom A boat, so long will the the names of the six National Know .in the greatest haste, and present himself to --" for necessary poorer great interest to the public is going on, privately

: dtftiTocracy of Philadelphia, and of the State Nothings, who, by voting for Mr. Fuller against -. Col. Munroe for semce." We-apprehend TEXAS.-The Democratic t State Convention percussion propulsion.Timeaetof settingor among doctors rcLuhreo| the raise of

:' of Pennsylvania! uphold! constitutional I Mr. Aiken, permitted the election our young coteniporary, in his apparent anxiety : of Texas adopted a resolution endorsingand cocking the piece, places one of them in Inhalation in the cure of Consumption,.. ,It
the barrel) and the whole .
of the South. be discharged
of our brethren flung may
:, rights Banks on the last ballot. Jacob Broom and to niake out his case, has inadvertently approving the principles of the A Imin- appears that at a lecture delivered before the
W challenge tfcc/prodacfion of thing I in the most rapid succession. The
; 'e any William Mill ward of Pennsylvania, Bayard twvelled out of the record, as will appear istration ol' FHANKLIN PIERCE, as evidencedby New York Academy Medicine," the orator
d Northern Know Nth .of.the ball is like that used with the .
ike this passed by a stape "
i Clark pnd Thos. Whitney of New York, when we inform him that Capt. Johnson was his inaugural address, his annual and special of the occasion, Dr.'\V_boD, stated that
We assert without Minnie rifle and like the latter is well calculated
.Convention or lJe tiisg. -
ng Elisha D. Cullen of Delaware, and Henry W. in this city about the 8th inst., and we have messages and carried into practical effect Consumption was, vastly oa the increase-"
fear of cot.trndictioa, it cannot be dojac..I for long distance. The inventor: himself '
: : Davis of Maryland, are the gentlemen. The reason to know informed Go,'. Broome that by the leading measures of l Ms Administra among us, attributed tho cause to the vast
For it rjrnarkablo fact, that of all the being present daring the trial, discharged
u a named is Southern but at heart .
a man, as '
: .Ilast he organized and equipped his Company during tion. amount.of quackery practised and
.among tis,
Know Nothing conventions-in the free States' to the South Banks himself, whose the gtm with tolerable accuracy ten'11mea in m J '
'I recreant as
tho first week in January, and repaired spoke.of Inbafanon as one of tao mod active
:;- ; has n resolution which the ILLNESS ten sceonda a degree of rapidity which .
iAtOfle adopted Cot. FORNEV. ,
election ho aided in securing. His Know OF Washington, may '
immediately .to the frontier to aid in protecting agents in the :production of this ia 'rnw.-
Southern KnowNotlangs would dare. endorse. Fl. 7. Col. is be obtained by any person after, little
; Nothing constituents have expressed dlssafia- which Forney lying dangerously practice. '
it, was sometime before he could Whereupon Dr. RIbeTt _Hunter w1ntm'duced
.. .; And yt we hear continual carping faction with iis "treasonable course, and arc have seen tho Floridian of the 10th ult. con. ill,' from inflammation: of.the bowels produc I The weapon seems perfect its*way, Inhalation into this e.ifjLmctbim.self : .
:, Southern Know Nothings nbaut the nEoundness ed over exertion and excitement : but it 1sxto be regretted that his inventive
by impatiently awaiting an expose of lie reason by consequent pow.
article
the of.
And
taining complained) Capt. to w,rk to discover whether faejts d'BI.
::1. of the Northern Dcmocm'. that influenced him to such conduct. Mr. upon his duties as Clerk of the House, ers were not put to something better calculated -
while here Dr7W
Johnson business
en with the Ex. urea bore ;Uon out in his bold auec
-
..a absented himself and di3 Mr. during the two months. to advance human happiness than to destroy
Fuller not.Tote. past
t. Gcq.Vuirncu,thelpro-larery Del- ecurjvc Department, wo are assured, made no lioo. By ,the City Inapeet r'. boeka it ap. .
human nf .
J egiite from Kmabaa, been permrttod to Richardson' paired ofl'-with a friend of Mr. complaints against tho Floridian that we had 03" General ALMONTE- the Mexican Minister Thenew's of. the assault Horace. [pears that since the introduction of Inhalation *

fI takV,h s"seal iii the house. of Reprcseirta- Bank, whicn was equivalent 10"otin'g for misled him in his commendable promptness to I i hw revoked instructions to raise the GreeJey of f Washington, by .Mr.upon Rust of'Ar into this city, Consumption has aetnalJy decreased

K.; 'p tiffs.?(":'''When..' .dle'Clerk in calling, the roll Mr. Aiken. extend protection to tho frontier inhabitants., i protest of hb Government against'the paymettt kansas .causes considerable feeling. 25 per cent. For the three moatlbs

L.f rcaciied "h.itigasMessrs.,, Gcowof Pa..aad i iCtv A ScnDKS DCATH.: -Coi.-Riehard Mitch. He will doubtless the inform the editor, too, of the drafts of the late Government of all connected with tho of this among ending November .1653, the death from Coo-

::. JBB .L.of OUio staled that* they would ell, a meritorious nnd prominent citizen of that if he saw the article at all;'if was some' !hot ,country against the' ,lastlivstnllment of noted preu city. sumption "were GD9 ; 'daring,the imo fedef*
tak.merature creation.te''show, that Mr. time after his organization, equipment and advancement A.rather person who advertises "iovcpowders" ; 1854 the numberwai '
in
: Thomas County, Ga. died in this city a few the irnty'of the Meeifta) due

b WiriTnKio wa.not entitled' a Vat, 'waivingViaB His retrwns-were to the frontier, as we unhesitatingly o'ctfte' United States for ) .. Velpeaa wa* the tamo time there,treae fcaLM8 dio&* "
suddenly. .
days since quite moneys actually I
fp resent objections. GsiEtvlhusexImstK infer from his statements.in this I arrested yesterday By order.of Waj.r Wood.1: from .Now Dn
city. Consumption. cUmi
't, *' i I conveyed t Io residence in the abore County advanced. A coimJeralle) portion of the,amount Dr.'inhi..advertisement Hittttcr .
actloq of the'Ilous j in this m&t.J AH that portion 'bnrartitle, o'f tho 10th : covered by T4he,drafts question is The promised,on receipt the decrease> is owing 'ejpidaly to teWtrn -
t f.i i isterroent. .
_ ult'alludingjp the tender 'the Executive of 02, to send to any paittef. Union, & .
by
tefA35J--- *j .- of said 4to have l>eeo psiJ on Thursday. theTreasury. titby Inbalatlonsn4 at a greaier '
:J' If deemed wT eT ot1o risk
; A dtfrsivi Oof Reader's ca, on a question Jacksonville News that Mr.'JJ.. 'Am w; a Monroe:, upon.his requisition,(as ara.tgsin 33,000,000. sexes fill' In love with each other If a,marwanted is more prsiiy,,'dpt4' At any rate. %.

'(>fih* twwp*fativr regalariry( of:credentials, prominent' i(1Zen of Polatka,. was frozen io reliably assured,) \substantially.correct. -, to,succeed In his stilt with" his rtrwt t urea are in hi ,.f*xor, aad the puUio eae m .

'the hjcbni battle VhitflelH's only on strong; i the merits point; buttn and that fight at death attempting to cross Lake,'George i ifi anopenboat We' committed' :".slight error in staling'that .The:?ac!o'V _, heart all be bad to do,:was, ,to pot some of! more be4to d4oiWace hit viewfcTbe '

t '. tLj lariiftst roomeut, I, ,know Deinoernts .on the night of tbo'&fll\st.- a Gpv.:Broome'had been authorized by the War A. tt NOT !.-Feb. 1 |> Thof Seoetary! the powder' in her food and lot I, the wtralc Harbor eammtabatr, hari.. cem"

;i 4t' Col. Monroe <> .the ,Navy authorized the steaoi brig follow him !like his 'shadow. ,It jf
Redet'sclairn to to furnish wmtcctasary
'' _.5(1JUrr su.talt f.I flpv. : 'of" '' Department with p1. a ,:
.s f: ,Chase,. of Ohjo- bus .removedJacpS 'Arctic,Lieut. tW8In.'to go in March'oftbe .to that th-a fthjng J. ,ica.-
1 "."-) theat11kZ9W; no8publjc&nwvfl! Qr Goy! } ;. many additional'volun r.trHpi as might,,be steamer'Pacific- In her.nlnr-te.nth .say u.an itfptH' l Pestdeiit "w 1Itif_
BOW
"ppo.t -e' rt ;.. ..$ -' I' ., .' I ," :J hrcrjbe venerable an faithful, por.j requisite to.effectuate. the rcraoral of the. Indian out (from Liverpool .'Laeut Ha will sU from d.y humbug, jxad, wer.'tt not&r tfef -WIt in. I IIt..r ( IlL'' n..T..t'k

1 .giE'r. r 11 j tar.of the executive r .office, because. ,he,was a *.' Th correct phraseology would hVfe New York td,day In letrrli ofbot.rnfErieut. wired, the**.who bow ._"' : Erd& ": '500JI.:: .r 1fIf'

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dtpth.69 6.1 bt wcert : II_ "Snt... totY -. -t-< ,;.,L.aa4BrWa" !
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litar begiat; fpand intolb ba,. i ,-Carroll Drarny& Factory$% tb. last Saturday' fa February;''fcr tfce jj 'fii' :.1.' I
JLr&iII.O"1lfr.t.I' ; re.t.l&J .
coantj. personnelThe J. j
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bnarcl'ftf'Tawf" wife 1. .
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Committee of the Board of Education fMII potv of s1eet a --> 4.
The Landlord and a lone trarder. one of _.. JOHN raLAYSONPmsd .t,- awi '- ., ': : --< :: .. ,.
lair y
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lire made their annual report from which James JC JoUUrjr b onemen." :- reb.ieI&t toe .- 7- .. 11__ -J'I'>, I_ P !

Appears .there ,are at present, 11,674 persons Tracer ridea"p to the gat-/aod asks if ; TT 'C't6 1M. .. N of t.."dad Ara-Sii- i-jjfc.gfcfoW&rf.*wr., > 9f-a l & ;
be breakfast Wanted. ** P.K. Savage. cud Lie vk _,
B .
can get Landlord who bad "
&Heading.night schools. the city, many of bten SITUATION by a sober,steady and experienced Martha B.Sara**;nrfde' beyond tf*limit ./ Florida r.., .eti'.ACOBT- I.ODof rPtW ,. '
frequently imposed on by iravtlera with "
whom are Ver twentj-one.jears of age.W A Engineer tnd.eInisLaiftsmrn! hi'the m: fa the'Stateof'Cfcmrgia-Uia ordered sLat Ifew.roft.Jaa.lt ,. $ 0 i
hlnplasters and travelers with no money _at eonattj preferred.'Address tbisgJfficc,or J. E.Jenkins,. appear and plead..w demur U ftw Ownplainant's '. & f : .>J i
batS had already five weeks of sleighing all. replies that he can, if he has the moneyto Charleston S. C.Fb.l6l86.. bin tt Bale*, to b*beUfa the C1erk'sncsof :' Petatoci _0..j.: .. Lt'z 1 1ol.

.. snd hem all appearances we will be on pay (or it, and if that money be good mon- 7 this Court oa di Ltd Monday in 1W6. 25 BBIS,Trllow Pc4doH j.. 1aadiIc. In,. Ioe,'. ., i
.Traveler that he has else the Mid Bin will b taken pro eMf!." M ajjaiwt der.lad b'.Je hTtfoNAUOHT
the
¬hermonth. It little rejoins, *
snows a ey.
runners jet money .1ItI..ftL.
Wanted.A them. lib further-ordered that*copy of this OnUf A ORVOXD.NewPrrt.Jftn.lS.18M. .
to has in fact, all kinds'ofmoney exhibits be tat Unite tonptba to SOCM pobIkhed t I Ii- ; -
most every nigbt-it enough replace COMPETENT Teacher to take charge of tbe published mwjpaper 4ecI...
which lh :
some current shinplasters land- ki the city of TaQafattSMC ; .

What is'worn. The snow on our streets looks lord hooed! at ; then some unknown banknotes Moo eenn Female FU.Department The next of session Jeffersna begins Academy the first at Done and ordered' at'Chambers h tU. life- of Feb-- .CrettrteOFFEE. ;:: ,.. :. '"I 1: .o.. .J3-. I II .

tike pale nrascorardo ctigar,and the great travel which the landlord had "rather rutty, 1658.; RiiaI.Whzey&e&tLe. "Q6t. u.J I I 1IIGdiI )-
not elected .
Monday in March, when the Teacher will be BAKER. C I t; "fl---'a .1.i..
J. WATLE3 .T.sige. -
keeps U in such a loose stales, that,persons take;",fina'Iy the traveler pulls out a handful erpecteil to Iii: chsrrc. .AppTv to 'Jm-1 L '"'AIA JE *_ .w. pGczd"...4 i 'to ji
16 I5
Felrnary ,
UoN.tUOflT9ItWIDNewPortjan.l2I JsaTg.l6S8Sbfrrv.: 1 -. :
THOMAS M. PALMER. .
of and silver coins which the I b.id- .
knees while gold -
sink almost to their 'roi- 1' i .' T'
Chairman Committed fce.Montieelto ,
< .
lord, -Her examining, and making all the eagles ,Notice I .w s_.Jr., .
of crime is
The usual amount perpetrated every Fla. J. 18. 1856. -7-lt '
on them! squeal, says will do. Traveler SIX maolhk'aftcrdatf, we fl>pft tttar froantf. MarahaFi .Sole. 14 ThLD.Otr1raJ1. bcsIr1a. 1 1QIcLPot.

day and night; to mention particular cats alights and goes in. Landlord orders a boun For Rent. *la,'to ha Hon. Jnd-,.' of ,Probate' of TirtM of two rzaeotioBa 'wd from Uw U. S 'J .. ..Pciri.d. 3. .

\TO U afford readers hut; little griticton. tifui breakfast to be got ready. Two ortbre- CONVENIENT OfnV and sWpin Ro n, ,ad- Hamilton Countyr a final settlement of the estate BY .' d Court f..tbe NortMtD Imtrid rot Ft>n.1a :fly CMrti, ;
A ? Stephen Kcrh late of said County deceased,.anJ otber h fr Sardapus, _- !
in favor the .
one of NevbnM and RneteTl. > .
GOTHAM.Ttio pullets are murdered a 11t n.lTest. robbed, and joining the ').- ak". Apply to Dr. ldilesNzuh. :
__ ask to I he discharged as Fzrcuton of said estates <>r of reartoa and Jennings, both vs. ,David I*. F Sntdaiiig .!atio*. Prtier4l Q&IMffjarin ,

the flour barrel smoke house ami store-room FeKl. .18.:./r. 'J-r I JAMES OILL, | F..xtl1loFeh. Kewtoni, I have. levied upon the Jvtiowfit 'UnJ. to .- : Ettrmcts .....Pea.' I

3Icdital PrQfrss olI. si'reially invaded. After a consi Jeral.le time, j jI I WILLIAM BASSET [ wit: The N. *l X.E.tofAct' 'Tn-cublp : est. PovJrt; Tsnsns ,
:
A mecticg of tin PhJ aicianR; : of Jefferson breakfast is announced to be ready, and smoking For Sale j 1 a, 1R56.; 7 I, Range 3. S K. The,above -detentrd Iamb Soaaub Olv! will be sold before the Court house door i in the T01tD I Cum *. Pklb. ,
hot the table. Traveler 1w4t.derouts
C"unty"w'ls held at Montictllo on Monday on goes into thedining.room''prJ t A A BUSHELS of pare S.a Island!: Cotton Seed. NoUie.AT.T f>f Mootieello, on the 1st ilondny in March next. 43ie... .f:1iJad 0.1 't f j

for the of deliberately and commences I \t\J i by S. S. ICNIG lIT. ppmon indebted] : to tbe late firm pf Byrd" between the J lerI I hoar of pus to ntiify Mid M &* JWlUb Mttstar C prt.O .. 1
tac llth instant purpose organizing i examination of the ediUes Feb. If.. 1658. 7 .1 ,'
.
i a thorough :, either by note or ncoount are requested E. a BLACKBURN. U'8.1tAobst. Claret ***,- 1' -

a Cocnty Me ier.1 Society to co-operate with and diinkables preparedfor him-remarking to mIre f'rwztti1p'I settle) iratr.ediately ft their paper Northern DUtrict: (.I Floiifs.iloolktlio i : rJanaaiy". I 3.].IvZ. }

the Slate Medical Association. very Sternly to the now obsequious landlord, Just Received. will be placeu tbe band of an officer fur Cxiticn. January 55..1665.- 4-ua 6..11:4_. ': --' .. '

Tbe meeting was called to order by reqaciiiag Sir! since you have been so very particularas A-W OA BBLS.yellow Irib PotatoiForwilebr S.S.KN1CJUT.- CntretPls. Feb. 9, 1858. fl Administrator's Notice. Class, Oils,',WbitoLe4 '., ; 1

to ability to and have examined OUsa. tUsisi .lOftJtepi I
take my pay Feb.l6.1S&UHEAPER 7 to BOXES Wtofcw a
Dr. JOHN G. PETTUS to indebted tbe Kutato of AUtL"hu
pwonft :
I and scrutinized my money, you must allow Dissolution of Copartnership* ALL. Lani-r.WP. or Oidslen! County. dee4. 2'00' WhitteaJ.t1rdff ..l.t .. -

tilO Chair, and appointing! Dr. X. G. McDoxAto me the same privilege with your break fast.It's .- '"I'MIK Partnerebip betttnfor ens'ing between Clark are requested to mate immediate payment to lbs ondepigned bt-net.1J Ve4,Oil. "_ 1

SecretarjA conuwiltee was then appointed a bad rule that won't work both uav." THAN CHEAP.GREAT .1. & Bryant is this day dissohed by mutual wn- and all those baling claims r>r demand a- 6 ntrdiJ ** .

With awful the landlord acknowledges sent.V.. II. Bryant. will eontince the cabinet Lust i n inat Bnid Esfufc. Ire hereby notified topretent them 'OlrsZlncPakt. .
an grimace
ferni Constitution and By-laws '
to a I ness at tIle old stand in Q ir-ey. duly anib jticated. within th time pretcribH by law, IO..bcea Kr*pwof Paict.fLUa.ais +- -
to be sabriuited to the next meeting for thegovernment the justice of the proposition, and the ATTRACTIOH& BARGAINS AT Mr. Clark will attend t. putting tip U a McCarthy. ur this notice shall he f.le drd in bar of their recur- 2 ., Train Oil. I LbLGopal .VartiJaocftry ,

of the After various i h- traveler alter a full irspection: of! everything Gin!. and c'v<>ni:g the Roll.TS in Oadsdeu and the ery. AUGUSTUS L. FISHER, \dni S1idtaTirpetue1a bursitsadatfttL ad&tE3 .
Rociety. IJVnT.
JOHN R. LLOYD'SCHEAP A
on the ta'jltf' and. though ravenous with hun adjosnirtij co'inlics on reason ble terms. THADDEU3 P. LANIEI. f :
discafesions the meeting adjourned Jan. 1856. 4-8. 5. 1666 .J
tfreeti.ig ger, pronounces the breAfast ul1\1'orthJ-not CASH STORE. Jan. 1.156. 68tNotice. i6 '

to meet on tbe first Tuesday in April next. the thing for hs money by upwards of a great -. NOTICE. Just RecelTed. 1

deal. Landlord is stiuck all!! of a heap. Exit T EiOX3.! Onara a.!. Currarit-. njef. Pnam.LJ i
First Arrival in this Grip of SFRIJTOFANCY A DSnnJER A LL rwronriB tndebted'to tta late firm of Berry Let the Thoughtful Heed. Iraveler down the lane, singing on an THE Co-partnenbip Pears Sardines, Pickled Oy r-. Brafldj e1.i i
empty JlUowles.nre. informed that if do nt ,
Goons Iciest tbey pay upbefore and (BA RA RD& MAXWELL!* 0
style style Preserved l Lwnm () $;Pine APJ11alDd *rger.
There is something: i.T the little telegraphic fctomich. next return day their accounts will Le flared i h this day dissolved by mutual convent. All persona I::C", fle Mnrmala Lorml1 'djrdp. Rasp--

spstch! joined, which speaks with more Landlord fill the flowing" bowl -0- the bands of an Attorney for Collection.B having demand via please present the tame: and ;berry, Green du. Strawl-rry dPir Apple do,,-and CHaf*

point: significance and force than any eilitoriol Until it dot-s run orer, etc.vtc., JUST RECEIVED ONCONSIONMENT.nspW ll.I'ERRY.'j.Surthin5 Partner. all i indebted will please call at the old stand and nettle I do, 'r..aph.rry'jn r. Freeh S linon.I>A Ur.Ha4t I
t. 1 assortment of the f.llt'1\'iug Fancy Goo lame u early povible. Picllcs.
against Know Nothingisra which the wit op :dock. HllibntJind S>ba.L.uIJrred. *>
Hox. GEORGI MIFFI.V LL D. from New York riz : ---- R BAn. AnD. Jt, I I -
DALLAS cern.
Ala and (l'ortT. .
of mall can devise. It is a mere news item I MixisTca ENGLAND. The Ladies Lice Setts. BdOKsT! BOOKS BOOKS O. TROll MAXWELL : 30.300 Ifnvann lcnr.
THE TO subject 1
tn cet forth the proceedings of the New HampsVxe .4 Swiss Camhiick Eiubr'd. Collar, received frrme'G" York the T.l1/1ballt'Jan.l, l86. S : } tLIVfl.Y..1t.rtuary .
oi this skttch our newly appointed Ministerto TUST
.
: State Know Nothing COI1"f'ntio.110 j Muslh ia. 1D f It"in? new Books: "Tbe Old I 3. 18M. 1 ,
England was born in Ph'lndt-lphia. in they .4 S.tek do. I nonntead." 'Mrs. Ann S. ? "
are chosen exponents! John P. Hale, Amos by Stephens E. BAMARD Jr. '
Tuck and Geo. Nf'smith-r:1di'al abolitionists ; < ar 1792. and is consequently now in hisshivbarth -* French Mu-'in i do. m.1 1 her (truer woik, "Fabioa and Famine.: The FRESH .GARDEN SEEDS.

I. year. His father was Alexander U Si i5i( Einbr'd. Sler:re work exhibits: unquestionable power. command orlan.lInlte WILL COXJIXCK THE I -' .
i all. On the other hand, the New .Hamp cgowrggy uq .- .
shire Democats anti! whom do James Dallas a native of Jamaica, who emi- Caujbrjck EunbrM. SitTC : vigorous description strong" pawion and drnnintic DRUG MEDICINE BUSINESS: D tTA & Flat Turnip, Cabbag*. E.t.. k-
appoint a rally, j 1 Real Lopure Lace Sett, force. My t First Season, a new novel under the : j 1 ;
they invite! as !speakers John B. WelJer, j grated in early life to this country and subseq 1 Maltese guise of nn aiitr>bti frapby. It is written with grace : AT THE OLD'SIAMI, uox U. just r:*' J, ,- .

Howell Cobb and JL. Orr. What a en-ly became Secretary of the Treasury Emltf-oidfired Baud of numerous Pattern, and and') !h.atity. sparkles with imagination and i is sustain. AilES 4 Ltv.ELT.J .

trast! aud is it accidental ? Is it not, con-I, and Secretary of War, in which posts he rendered sundry other 8Itill e. eil; Iht'r Jhout.by originality of thought and expression. J ant arf ,. 1!*a. 1. .. -

eminent !'n.ices to bis adopted coun The above will be ofit-red) at piivatc isle the coming "Tarerioo." from the pen of Madam OeorpeS OF THE m.MORT..", floredGuMDroL: .
a fair illustration of the animus of the two j The from which week, 10 per cent. lees than New Yoik wholesale I :md. Rose Clark." Fanny }'crn.stAAt novel to ethor : .

parties, upon the great qieth; of Southern I IlU:11 try. English family our pricc At nnd as I expect t;> cl)!e tl.e rousignmeut! by with Fvcth Hun""Fein Leavc." and Life and ; OAA lOCXDi-Gam-Drvpa .

: t.r.nlea will jtlml\nt.; ; patriiticSontieni IKW Minister is deccnded is very highly' connected Saturday the 23 I, I dn respecfully invite the La lie Beauties (.f Fanny Forn." Rose Clark uphold?the reputation C<,rner cf Clinton and Monroe street TsUaDr.ilu. I i ,(J V na T41r.J VawQla. .

gentlemen, ti-c of oven a quasi association ; and has from lime t time been brought t) call and etuiiiiue theae new \lesof fancier, uals of this distingtiMied female rmve-1 t. It i is JAlIU/lr1'! 19. 18:fi. 3 I do Pint Afpie.do. .?.
,
into prominert notice by the litcraiy and scientific the MerchiDtii, of this city and 'nUl trv. intensely interesting nod claims the attention of the f Lf aan.f .* ,'('
: WIt such tiliGco.! Telegraph.NEW !. talents of its members.ir George JOHN It. LLOTD.: rcn.Icr from beginning to end! Ab..tt'er.poleon.! Just Received.PER 1 I. 4.). Orwe;ok.: r' -* Ll

HAxrsniRE POuTIc--CmrrorJ. NIL : Dallas whose Auctioneer aud Catntniskion llircbantfi complete ombelltebed with steel en rsvin':*. bepn- ERJO SA rsOi: I IRA l AMK3&LIYLT. .-

political tt-riungsu-ere so highly cbruay 1856. 7 nina: "ith lie Kmpcror's birth. follnning him tbroiiHh I r January g, 18:1.--. ._. _1.. '
Tuesday Feb., 16J.The New Haniptbsre -I ISINg Almond. -_ 'i1rMEDICAL -
: I appreciated bj' Wm. Pitt and his brother the C'nsu1tttEmpire and Bani-limopt His trials .

American State Convention' todawas j' Sir Kobet Dallas, Chief Justice of the Common Sign oi ilic Skeleton Wagon. and triumj>lape related with great strength, and the Citron, FillbnrU, t xo'TIO'x.l

attended by lhoat 503 Delegites. 1 Fleas were amongbt its most distinguished bUlc is unsurpassed by any American writer. Sub Currants, Candy.Macearoni. I --- :: .

Gov. Metcalfwas ro-nontinated by acclamation I 'cribers to liarper'a Magazine ire solicited. The DRS. GAMBLED .BETTOR ..
ornaiiu-nts. Miss Dallas the Minister's SOUTHERN CARRIAGE REPOSITORY. For aale by R. IJ. BERRY. .
in with Dioken "Utile'Dorret.
and Greanl-af Cuomins o( Lisbon aunt, manied CapL Byron. of the English year begins January McDOUGALL d HOBBY. J.n. 26, 1858. 4 I ..theiirrufa.inn V fl Apj.lv OFFER
was chosen for Railroid Coauuissioner.: navy, and was mother of the present and seventh rr E subscriber begs lenrc to !iubnn February 9. 1855. 6 oppo' the Store of wi.flodgkisi .

A imss meeting held in the afternoon was Lord Byron. His eldest brother rose to the Mt-rchants and Planters. thnt Roses, Camelias, &c. ,Scott Poult. .

la-gcly: attended. The Hen. John P. Hale, the rank of commodore JH the Arne iean he bns opened] a ReJX'f'it/.ry for tie sale? VALENTINES FOR THE 14TH. .'. of AU- : January .5.1 Wf. 1 1 ..
; navy -
of CARRIAGES. BUflGIES HARNESS,Ae, at No. 9JV'.n, Oa, begs leave to inform "TT
Amos Tack and Geo. Nosnuth were among- and his y ungest was the late Judge Dallas 26 BEEKMAN STREET RCVM.VO TnaorcB TO 18 t NEW and splendid! assortment of VALENTINES and Gentlemen of Tallahassee G GD.. 8. liW

the speakers.The I : of PitUburg.Mr SI'II.tCI STKEFT-ENTBANCE ON EITHER STREIT. i\ comprising vark-ties of Comic,PlAiD. and vincinity that be expects to "iaifTatJA- : : ; ,-r-4'--r-' i'a', -

Democrats anticipate a grand rally on : Dallas himself entered the civil service The main floor, ((185 feet in length) affords ample and Fiuicy-with Embossed McDOUGALL Envelopes&to HOn suit. 1.F"b. bas.ee during the first week of February with a"gen DR..T.LCUBLEEII

Thursday next, when the lion. John B. WelI'r : room for keeping always on hand, a large and coin era) assortment of rare -, CaoMlias Crer.rrea '
of the of life
C'-untry at a very early period 9, 1856. 6 l P racUrIng-Dtntz 1 .It. .
) of California, Howell Cobb of Georgia plete iirtrnmt of every description and variety, nipr Shrub acting as p-ivate; secretary to Albert Gallatin[ chart berewitb. -- )10l'lT1C .Y.
resented.J.r. TN THOMA3VILLE G .
and James I. Orr of Scuth CaroliUA expected Cotton Seed Planters.
are in the mission of the JaUer to Russia. On Hana; learned the trade in the Factory of his father. Bessnan can_give satisfactory fefi-renee I and MADISON. FLA..and tbairrMpectiT aM

, to hold forth. his at rival home he applied himself to the bei it practically familiar with every departmentin TMIE r.ndU'igncJTill: purchased tbe right of January 26, IS '6. 4 i adjacent countlca. He inserts .a"r unnibCT of Arbfl*
tb blain and i hi therefore enabled > inventc-ra. J. T. t L.J. WAIT for the Counties I .
study of the law, and iu return for his STVccs ?- eN' oversee orders Teeth. (r. n'PNE lo a FULL ie1\ _1h Jaa.e&
05E WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE. rondon-d to General Jackson he for any kin of work cut usted inHm\ and superintend of leon ant t Je/cr,>on. are now prepared to manufacture Tax Collector's Sale. i improved pvifittpV.;(Ii'then1'| that baBtftd.JO**'
was everyft.ige of its raaiKif.ietnre.His them to of ler. These seed planters are nndoiib which H tat.M. Deajlj .
appraacbr
vested la. like
in
virtue cf the authority me by appearance .
ARRIVAL
< Disliict Attorney of the United States mite knowledje of every section and his experience call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. and shall proceed toacll ai public, auction, brftv ;, *sor b'Hdi petT. M on their ATTTj-

for the State of Pennsylvania. In 1831 he while with Mw. Baldwin A Star, end Messrs. WILLIS BALL the Court-lwuse door in the city Tallahassee. ou the RA-LTcetb.nd vishliunto perform them cu "4applviog

PERSIA. was chosen United States Senator by the Frothin lllm. Newell A Co., gives him many ad anta I _Tallahassee Feb. 9. 1 85 8. 6 ?d Monday in March next, between the usual hours cf aa, Bare the..at UK foQnwbg fCMr '
-es in the selections required (for the different parts sale. Lot Ka 14. in Die North Addition tbe Crty''<.f .lid1.11 be foond to MUCH Wet Ibanhn .v Pennsylvania l legislature, and 1837 ou the of the country. Also an aYuaintanee] with the character vvII"TLLS: TtllabcM.e;levied on as tbe property of E F.Xle'Peinwnd. been hffrred ia tLH section of.onunlrj befcc.. toh;*

Peace Pro pect. election of Mr. Van Burcn to the Presidency of ir, t. Draft, Ttaclf.Hticihtnf IVI/rtl..qua!. Wholesale and Retail Druggist, and to t be sold-for the Slate Coohty and Kail- For filling teeth wi.l Gold ,un'1.00,11 W.ft Wand

It will 1x3 the 2d of February before all the he was appointed Minister to the f'.oUI of St.Petersburg. ity and *!ze uf Spiingt and Axlii necessary for the NEWPOBT FJ.OBIDA. rood Tax due tL.r.ou for tbe ye* 1&'.- '. .! V ?2 CO, varying aoconliny ttjawcctft u.

In 183U ha was re-called from particular)localities. L.C. DEMlLLYj- material n df Ertnfcty>f Uetn,lii w*
preliminary gaature* will! be appended to Particular attention iid to orders either RS from Pbyncuins and Haulers put up -
his mission hrs'ou-n: and six p special anD Tax Collector Leon Countv.Feb. 0011"50 c lttoot Jbf v 3e*. fl.Ilis ,
the agreement between R'-ss-ia And the allied at request years''I through merchants or to tbe subscriber direct and all the greatest care .' 9,1856.- 6 raicx for ft fall upper or'1 w rwtt$ -
Powers, to meet and jiogotiattfor |Kre It afterward*, hating received the nominationof prices guaranteed: to be as low as the work can posi i iI ij Frbrnarj 2. 1855. 6. I .. I rI-Alt. C..Ub'CONTINUOCS OUUStmly If IIIU. J I .

is stated that Baron Brunow will be the Russian the democratic party, he was elected Vice- I bl- be furnished and wliioh will be -qvial. in ev<'!'' re- Blacksmith ng. I ITHE t6 per tooth aad/wr/eff satiaCsetioo |manot* tlTbu

Plenipotentiary.Ahh.ugL President of the United States, and took the pect, to tL-it of the very best and oldest city or country Notice. have formed o" I fIU.t.I'N
I I et'tab1i-Lm"nt- <1 after date 1 shall arconuU Undersigned Ts *> .W. io" iLa
oath of oflice the 4th of March 184- moo s present my >e desiring rrien any
several days wilt elpe before on 2 5 BEEKMAX STREET l ia within a few doors (.r SIX de.to the Honorable Judge of Probate of _ co-partnership fur the purpose ahoed-ensanties. orlurjfctWtTfetwsi of eoonrryton
the prcliruiiiaries are -s gned. jet the Czar has Since ihe expiration of his term as Vice.Pre-I I the Park on the South.East md". across trim the As I Hamilton County for a final settlement as administrator -. of carrying on the Blac Tsmithing upon applicatioo L11 \t.tr. :siT of UHI*bor

ordered Gortehhkoff to 6usj>cnecl hostilities fci-ieBt, Mr. Dallas has resided in the city of tor House and in a line from Park Place. Murray, I "n tbe estate of Dennis Doughrity, late of said Business ia a1Iita various an4 branches. Particular Work. named Post Offices,or ,tb<,. rtc nr. prosnpt atteatitc. -
is
attention to .
without waiting for an armistice.No Philadelphia, and applied hiinsi-lt closely to Wairen and Chamber St?, near the brick ChurchLovrjoy's I Comity deceased, and ask to be d seharged from said and to Ll3i3)g Axles given of Carriage all kinds cf jSprinj Vebtoe, The \ -- -."- ..
and
Clinton
llott-ls. JAMES W. OEIGER. -
place meeting has jet been drcidecpon. the practice of his piofeEEion. The whole of Hnvm convenient office accommodation and Hdmii.i tratim. shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of :P.B. Bro air xa JL&1:

A dispatch from London of Saturday his career has been marked by a thoroughand pets from the Southern Cities nnd Town, he trusts pn : .. !Ib.j18eR.: ; 5i fcaw; -rpecul attention given to bone shoeing. JCDCBJIIXIE Cou..1IJeoa.g I' .

tnoHiing the day the'steamer sailed says it consistent democracy, and an uiifii'lied that be may bare pleasure! of a call from his friends i I Planting Potatoes, Ploughs, &c. FarmiogimplemenUof every description done to order. I IftrrfJ LSzwian'J J '.- "* 5 .
*
will centainly be either PaTis or Ix>ndon.-, intc-giity of character, both in public! and private and from those 1\'bo'wiH do him the-favor to examine J II
is doobif life.-.: 1" Herald. his assortment, and being tbeojily' establishmentadnp j \J :SOO Buiwhes Onion. : 18:8. J. S. Wmi-Ea ) '. j' .,
The of this .
a.-cruacy statement ted to the Southern Tnid.ia The lower part of the 400 Lbs. superior Dried apples 12, 2-ly W.8. Diiwoira Era, 1 .
.A>. City he respectfully wlicits a share of pr.tror.oge Carolina R i'e, I II i ('0.fua..Eiq. p .f

The fcincerity of Russia in this movement is Price of Provisions ia Hew. Orleans, Feb- 2. He beps to refer .hUfe acquainted with him, to any j Br-wn and Crushed Sugnr, $100- REWARD.STOLEff .:: Hcfsrs W.& J.DcDD. j 3Lsctk E1a. ..

a? much doub'eJ as for ieil)7 but uppearanre I rf the Jobbing Houses in New York City, engaged in I i South Florida arrow root I from'the subscriber.-oo; lie 12th I Cut E. E. Biarucxx.January -

's thus Air indicate that all is fair and straight ] Superfine Hour,. 88.120 SS.75 the Southern or \\'stern Trade.Oreat I! Rough and Ready and Fi; Tobacco rnyNegro boy. BILL De'eripiinn.Ttill'is -,I 12. 18SS.v a t ,
care will be taken in Paclcuij A engaging I'.iUi'h in 6 Ibs. cane. } about 22 old, abrat 6 feetl.ijjb I IJ -
f rJ. Extra . &9.T)0 a SJ025 years 1. Notice. .. ...
elr"! f Freight, Insurance, Ac. A discount allowed to the No. 1 Brown snap starch J and weighs about 1 K)-Iba. <-HeJs rather -
France snd Austria continue to Bacon Sides,. .. 9c a' ]JO trade. I ic &' claJiM*>rdeauH2l sdissttL1
England Star Caudles. Lc black. has a large mouth and shows lila gtuna whew A'L persons having >
JIlt in concord although it Is foreseen thai Shoulder.. .. .. 9104 10 WL L. MctONALD.N. I -A L S 0 laughing ie rather slow spoken and has but very lit th t'Jt.e ul 8i1li1ft ?afliile'dEet'.ed, latad .

qucitious) must aitse during the ntgoti- Hams, . .. 10 e a 13 .R-W x. LMcDosALD takes pleasure in refi-r 20 No. 60pbughs, tIe beard. He had on when he )left a snuff colored j Leon-ConrtT are hen, totified to; prreent tbean W
p'ave I.
t Lard, .. . . lOJc a 105 rinz tu the Merchant of Qaiucv. 2H') 10 sack coat. I bought him from Joel Dtiney, of Columbia I!the undersigned admtiuftrator witbia tIm Ikseribcd p.'
rtmns. New York. February 16. 1 185o. 7 :30 CI) lars Coun'y. and be may possibly be trying to make by'bw, or this w-tiee wi ,.be j>le ded ill bar'cf
Mess Pork hit $1O.5O 17.00
It it i rumored that armUtice for threeonths per a I. .
an poiuts. his back.A their recotery; and all those indebted, ar* nepovted'to
60
li0' way
.. has been agreed uj on. Prime: a Town Property for Sale. 103 10 and 11 plough paints.Plough white man calling himself Jfttnes Robinson was make payment iinmcdiafeir. .i .

The house of Kelly & Gilmore, of MancLetLT Sugar,. .. . .. 5CG 9i undersigned offers at private sale, the fallow Iron, seen talking with tbe negro, and it is my opinion that J JOHN O. POWELL, Administrat -

has failsnl; Molasses, per gal.,. 35c a 36 1 THE described property, known ne the Jrm: is Lots. lirades cast steel does, he Iwa bven decoyed off by the said -Robinson. Seid I January. !6, 186.l 'I' t [ !- _*

The Pacific sailed her regtTI Whiskey,.. ..". .. 30 c a 48 riz: LotsNos. 3. ?5. 27 30.( 48. 140. 141. 142 143. Coinmou lPedng.: white man gA.ve tillMme rs flobinson and also aDorsey. < : .
steamship on Ig'about 23 90
RoUnscn
Said .
I br Rope, . .. 8cc 9j} 144. 226. 227. 235. 239.240. 241 242. 24 !H. 245. -AL S 0Vanelnre or Doriey cheek buck"or vbY -WI14LJALP. 5LJJSSE .i '
It t' I : 248! 249, 2SO. 262, 253. 254! 256.257. 268, 268, all D 'Kalb. and D,.g River Onaburgs. years of age. with prominent bones -
*I he ttcamebip Bolgique, of the new line I India Bagging.. 13 c a 14 in the original plan! of tl.e thy orT llaLa s ce. }..tr6ulc by O & J.MEUIN. IS. kers and 1 hair, weighs about 160 Ibs. and 's'peaVs rather aji h ,"F .:, t"
his II. WALTON.
U-twecn Antwerp and New. York, had put -ALSO- Feb., 185o. 5-4t through nose. O. MAtIlrLmizTh-cC1N'Zatfl fAD SaJDn\
Price in Tallahassee, Feb. 15. GenetaTalbot CojOa. Jan. 26, 1856. 4

back* leak. Superfine Hour,. 811.00 a 12 Lots No 1,2, I,4i, o, 7, in S. Cwiinty qr.A Notice.IN IRot \VARE-Wu raL 'AXD .RnAU

l he Arago arrived out at Soa'bdtnjjtt n on L s 0- I FRESH G ROC E R I ES DIALER: Puurr Fixer AXBia JUASSU'Y.AIlE.
tin Extra . 14.00 a I of an net of the Leif Wature! of the State .
25th Lot N..S. 4.12. 13. 15, 16, 22,25, 89, 10, 48, 61,, rUru.1/1'e act to the Bank -
Bacon Sides. . 14 c a 15 I granting an incorporate Flour.
The sUips Hori EuJence and! Mary 61,in the South i County quarter. and 1 AO BBLS.Superfine _
cor. Florida the 6th, approved >i -
of the StnUi of prised M "
Shoulders, ... . 14 ca. 15 ) JLUv/ 50 EtraGO ;
abor described
The belongedto
GJCCU bate I bt-en lott. proper formerly December, 1855-Bi,ok8 for the subscription
the Uth of glve BeA <
Hams.. .... .. .. 15 c a 18 Onv. Brown. For fuithcr inrormalion nnd tcrs. to the capital tt ck of said bank, will be hpeuud Fresh Rectified-Whisker Fotatoo lnnrtcnu '

A l Irtter from Naples dated Jan. 6, statue Lard,. ... ... .. 15 c a ItS which with" liberal apply to A.Perry maker, Esq in the city Tallahassee, nt the 'Cttunlin; Room of 25 6U Crackers asso-ted,; 4,. 1 SPLENDID assortment of Cuokbg.wi r..4
Attonity at Law 'lal lnlmnsr-ee. I of il.ircb 4 I-" the 5tb
3Iess Pork,. . .823.50 a D. C. \YJ'n,en Wednesday day 10 Boxes Soda Crackers
ttat Vejouus at present and incredibe CHARLES P. MANNING. under the sujwriuteudrncc of Win. Bi'Ti' B. C. S x:: a&4 durability,at reduejipricOulDuorWork.*
rime . .822.00 a I next CO M Soap, #
S Until said, the above property will be for rent. CL.ures.Geo.T. Ward :.
ILtlamb't I
degree of at ;ntton. A new crater has Sugar,. .. .. . 10 c a 12llolsssesr. A. PERRY AMAKER. Brllamy, R, Joseph leo. Anderson 10 Sperm CandleId *: '
SLine J. .
R. A. (
nrd HnywpnL Qr.uDftDtal
Rieh \ Star ," Roofing. Fprni Beach GntUrit OsfX
been opened and the sumn.it of the principal .. I. .. c a February. 1 6. 1856. 'itfAdministrator's James Kirksrv, D.C. Wilson, A. K. AIl otIon. W.EKilereise 10 M Macearoni t per jnd Tin Conducting Pi. Sheet LradffiwZin <.-

ccne Lu been flattened and otherwise materially \Vhiske4." CO c a G5 Sale. And Iaag R Harris, any five of whom are 10 u assorted Cand6 /. t Lead l lipes, Patent CwUrn DlDf'L Shop west

in form. Excursions # the Iloper. . . 12 c a 121} authorized to f-'>rm a qtiorum.-- M Starch of every rarity dyr>* at *N rt aotier. I. .
changed to .
: sol.! tlie Court Houe doorjn Tall
"VtriLL be
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India Bagging.. 18 c a 18J Feb., 1856. 6 Hhds. Cboiee Sofftxf, _City nn4 Co on try Mrr teRE*tAre '-- -
upper pail of the mountain are fraught with t' lussee, on Monday, the 3d day of March next -; 5 -Bbla. crushed *
of the retpcetfuUy invited to cite me a uQ bafett MScuasinf >
; the following negro slaves the property eflst NoticeIS ."
25 Meet Pork
great danger. Everythlug, in short, announces of James S. Bond, deceased, to satisfy debts against elscwbciT. '-". 7
lltws. lix
Oint'toe'sban make application, Prnne
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SljipPORTOFST.lfAKKS!; hereby given, 23 'tJr'If.B. All ar ctenQ nut.d W." .... \
that in the aid t'lIt'lte'IZ: Court oj .
some very imj'ottant change months after date, to the Hun. Probat 10 Syr1ip'Boxes *
best material and wirrdUt t.J JuraUc. Ie
usr.
Daniel) a roan aged alx>it SO years. f&; iHtanissed from the administration 75 assorted Tobaee*, .
volcano is about to t'ke_ place, either a ernp- l about 45 Hamilton County, ) 1in be .fl'.hd W ,
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Rachel n woman,aged years 1at.e of Hamilton # >
of the Estate of James S. RollS 200 Sacks Salt .
ARRIVED ffctober 20I8JS.
don! or a collapse. ,It would be'extraordinary Orareagil! 1. 12 Bale : ct. .
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: County deceased.: *- 5 Rsggi g. .-. 5 t t -
F.-b. 8. Schr. Wild Piffeon. OXeary, from Sew Orleans Ja""b,a buy; 8" A1103 CHESHIRE. AdictV.ELIZABETH 40 Coils Rope \
continues the. latter-, If. one.. of-those. I sin.p pnn-uiotis and assorted mdzc. Terms made known on dav of sale. CHESHIRE Ad.ut'r. 15 Bg Rio Offee :
Hafward from Mobile. HOUSTOUtf Administrator. Oll&QLI
gul events "recorded ancient volcanoes 10. ticfcir. Fwrida 6Copartuerahip: 10 Jara ". : I
1854.
Yeb. 2,
a'l1oUtJ take place .-if-Vesnjftas should* fall Scbr. .froni Mobile,.*5th bell boat for tbe F.tb. 16,J8 6.' Sentinel copy. tds-7 ..- Aio Br an&l1. Sherry and Madeira- ," 'iiitbagaerJ .. ueer; tCIIIIS1LN' -"-., -.

Ockjockoee SIwaL '-N tlc, assortment of saull l groceries suitable GtJra.. t '
tuder its own weight and a Jake take its r/laee, 1}. Brig C. A.Coe Kiug. fromJTiw, York.via Oar Brought to Jail at_ Jasper. : A.;M. BonT. iliu.Mfori44k. LaBERRY. ERtIt\X'f .
McDocftAtL f.
Ockl..eknft Shoal JOBS -- ,
Tb tbe oti ,
den CM'lot on
al once happen 'to tKc'monuialas_ of"Fu&aro tbe Kr. of the 10thafld.has.umUpptd .her rudder. Mulatto fellow calling himself UNDERSIGNED )Ktre'thi day rotered into J&n.l2l86.". ". I -4 -N"h .7= ..'
aDd night .s His. lABRIGHT\. ab.ot five feet five (r six THE the business B ofc I- -i------- :: ., i .
OJI" She will hut her bottom, eramnwd. as soon partnership to mir.4ID > _
!! argedbat from present(appearance*, no other damage forty tbree year cf age sellers and StaUooen wxJef t.ft Tl*. od titus-rf MoDOUGALL4UOBBY ReceIYed.oa CgEslgflZent tt. OOT TQr4 iVj,
Mad IMS beau sustaiuedFrb weighing t OOt hundred and .sixty:: pounds, says where sit! .,tWe Ulongmg 2T.scsii .
EncroocJimenl* o/." Oc t--.n.New f t'-ftn that above be to Joseph Took of Haynesville e. _Houston >.CJy.n.Btif. I- i., .. TI ... '"J/-;

fr1yGt9gkd Repertbow tbitthp .At. '- 'CLEAJCED: Co.bt-lowg G ," to their-business- will betxnd. (ALL.t..A.BOBBY.'*' :TEHtCES Eitra CthBSee tl. Bags *t'44aoog preparedtoajiand W1'iO.N d\t.
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tie J3 Sontb J>JsOB.Ji CaarIe toB. with U reqneatod to come forward; & )! v.. t.be DW .juit'to ..hifreitseby eoont of L.an1 &Itt2.jO C
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1! .fI jJ.r.a r.a'ptdJy neroath.l s. ( The ewner prove 1868. I > q, ,
C llpo the, lado Ita eftut. is, }06al.*'SI: L'c" t*o, 46 bole Upland do, 1 bbLsvr 3 clarge aad take him.awar.FvrJV .> .Juki. :. RIO1ItDO1' WIIITAX.flewntJa1t.i2I1856. toIjQr1iuturi4lae..*.CIn/opor.,.. .jo { .

l c1Jba.&nir.L. full ffmm. : pp. and t bbls. $ !r : .of .f]' JAMES N.HEKDRY. ..Executor! Notice. .. >. ? .; J.:: !e.ntin.te '- .MefdiMdb. *. -If. 94UUattJu "..
io ward ,since .
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Sheriff of Hamiltoa Co. ... sainitthestafeolJl 14 t.,'.Go ''
ife e11htJ" B we, m gE- lWi. 't''P A LL pesoo&baving .JritRectjv ''b;-, u rWe4y -. .-
a-b AJ g Take ttce.a, rcb.l fa". Jacob Eliot, late of lift* County;deceased ars .1 ; ... ."tJl.lV.1I 1FWIJi-J '" ; .
nA .IIl.t t-ft kweas'W "l1itho rate I : .L.id.td t b(= .. .." by not -':--. Loreby noUaedtA ]present tM aam. to tLe.dpropert1ftutb : .y.JJiJ J_ ,,t.II/rrt1tc lt'n r'i.rk, M. *-. .... .

or5 rkutwojea. One of ibe beaebei U t &totejvuw : M. I .. .. N.G&RINER, wit$ presbed by PtoiOdoThii. '. ) &1KM-41L .' ,
on the cfto'red ;ii ot i ni fmrejrttju; ) {tfDfcMioual.arTicW to.the cititrw nd aU bJetj the atate.of ssid.ei.e iI 20BB fUe.J" Cad GnQe ,_,. ut .
coast Is ftegtioned M kavitig :'' w. wll b. eotupefl to pIa law. peIfIDI ... .
Awards uuc butidred TArd tD4h"c Iatt1tvrrnrr sfle'atD1t 1&aDfGt. f let" OFFERS II2rrou1 tUafrr., ,Oeemved ;-.nq..e.ted to corn. forward.' sad,- MUle.. '..'WQKM: w.otri'i 1.__" rIf-L_- ,. "' .. ,-: I" T '.. .ci. *- pC'.-sietcT. ; ; :".." y .
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tJ It i Wo tit' iiiti' A. LI 'b.fortrtUtdi A',. .iiBJHW. W1IJT.1DI.l".t.ll ftfJ ar fnp $f'111.e hit Dr. Jacob Eliot ..::_: ;- TtfIJLMIT.-TA'flJR. ; .d''r. iw1eitJ&1,1 I $ t t.6.... ". DrtTw1.rIlLr -: .' .t.J: .' t.... .

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03 v I JL Whiilock. Nieliols K' Ccu is tbi day dissolved b* .. C, inform the f citTatlahaner 2y FllN QS1I

tlIE 'd;e rejilhi sot life, but also j mutual consent David JJttAblaurvMKfffli ed Faj 9 'i'v < ixt : '. wi:

-.-.-'. ..---- those article well ndard'tcS-phM' nltx!; >l only in his interest in the ftirntfto- Beftj. lI.Whatt6ck.nhA\ -- 1haihe'' atepevs4neirflylooated hre. ERCHAN'1Tfl11Q1 :A

;: !PP .. Vu % .My-artd Itjlei; tut ln"j nce4.'rtThw; *tr>ck is not vri- I with Edward! A. WhiUofefcafe autbftrizedlo eo4a tif*. Iatiffttht: ; fWit ieviees toO> puUieaU'tlmilfi ?- COf-2d _tj- e qmt c 14 -
arLacorT2 .PATENT ly large. Cut; selected% -'rwrnenlarry'% for;the Florida marf lame, and who will, cobtiuua th *busm a: on thelu fumcv. Dealer-Ill UadrftIad6! -

). .t:4.$ \ T -." %U.whtlhhfeel *uilli; wni b '*beio sIJ at. own irecount.. 4.I -. tientsin the Pt'S1I9D5f prepared -tocuf Gentlemen's Fura1sbli Ueod'tI Prthruona 4ic *stT ciIoo. Cv ; 4an

low, nut only fotfcash *dd the'produce afhe Country DNJ4WflT1OCK, Dental work in aW its .toietn branches. They wi1 : z- ':.

; bat Also,to those.xbO hAvM been dealing with hiuf' .DAVID 1CROIA tteod ta Fii4.Pieu1 rnf.P1a1i-enrrettIn Fall arid>Wintervp
: r years. AH thoe wisbutg tn1 I'JrtLaie'.we Would EDW'D4.-WE1TLQCK. .. rrepulftritiee making Artificial Palate*directing te
advuwto aU adtee tbe e oplemlidOUce. New York, Dec. 3,*1855.CHANGE .- -i 04 dentition, treating-.diwauedignmsand ..inserting.ny Vesth,1l4d/ .' 3tiDg.ttt(

: _I c1 Chen.'Satrq PUil aad efriped..Solid :- : -. number of artificial teeth from one to a-full set, Ever Co1o St1eaud QiiaUty -
aid Plaid Brocades. Mcza- >n the late and Improved p.inciplejwith.'torrfujnous -(o.I (,w Tork ,apl--Tlr. Rcevs' Li,' '
Qro do RhTues and Black Silks- of all prices and rum'. tlterehy remleriuj; them perfectly life-like, reetoring which J prepared (o make vpmfatkioriaUe t I4 iv t31.da caaeitbittJszlwtJtb

qualities. tLc mouth to.'its: : natural/alness, and remedying ftylf ori short notice, : ;. ,. -
B ack'ahd co'ored Vevet] ,. OF ,EIRM. all imperfection in arliculrttion. And perform any other > ; [_) AD1] :U4Uz
TER.iS. *
AND4REASOIAflLE .
.Solid.and plaid Cashmere"and ileriuoen. THE Finn of WH1TLOCK.NICHOLS & C x. bavI operation, or treat any case, connected.'M1, Dental .j I' I -

,Solid, plaid, aidil br mutual conset BENJ. Vfe Science. ,. t -' --kLSO-;-. ($r OAMI&Turning E*< .ef am nW .
a >id red, plaid and'bhick Alpaccas FDW'D A. WHITLOCK have associated with Having h>i3 several Vfars- praetioe.m b New Orleaus.- A LABOR AJD'tfKtl. ELBCTSD.STOCX OFiREADYrMADE'CLOTHING -I bed ttZ.C415UmpI4)IaZIIThIId!! wi! ,'

-Black Bombnrir.es, them and befng graduates the Ohio De'ritnt'College, they WtSlt&Jfri &&it (

r Ooa AND COB MiLL Spanish ami Mohair Deaies, FatDK J. HAVRRSTICKV. liepo to give entire Fatiafuction to all who may favor suitable for'winter, from: Jb* ,Leng -and.sIl my fneai J'B ;
LaJies and col re'l Italian cloak cloths ... Consisting of-every garment wear. I
black
:)LlvJnt \ DODGE, and tltem'with their patronage practice warranted, con'saltation few bottles!
gs1r.zn.apt.diayeta
I'attntcd May 1 3th, :1 954. 'Copyright Black and colored anti silk Talmas, :HEaY Cunisza, free and charges reasonable. Ladies waited such as Clonks, TaUaaa of,Coats;.VesU, Pants'
.. secured March 1st, 1835. English plufihcd Talmas. for many years ensued with the ntd. Firm, and will ei: at their residences if desired. which will be? dispose lot of Plain at and lowprices.Fancy Shirts, Collars, GABRIEL WHITZHBAD
Dotted and embroidered lace V51 Alio, a large.
in this and the
Those desinne their services adjoin'ne
eon'hiwthe AND Sworn to and Qbtcribed thia
IMPORTING GROCERY Mtb
I A ty itijp&jrfnehl vpwt the afave #ili It projeeut Solid and
: -- plaid figured Bareges, BUSINESS under the Firm of B. M. A E. A Counties, will be promptly; attended to upon apgtication out-fit will consult their bti- 1846 HIHRY E.1ST SPNCP"Miy.r
: totaeez4rnIofthela.cj Block ami colored Shalley, WHITLOCK t Co, and remove from the >kl stand by letter or otherwise. Terms "cash, or Those desiring' thorough of
all the above CIn011
4- --- call
-- Welch Silk an-1 eiinzc Flaunals own interest bjr.gmng ins a as ar-
when reomred. Offiec at th residence nearly _
84 Front-Street on the 15th January. 1856. to their oppo- _.... ,
:.i 1 fvjk M *Al.j..A4.. with..... -tmtmt. *arp. Ann with a
GIAlrtV Red and Yellow Flannels.! -
site the Monroe Street. The best MlU 5
now warouoiioo., NO. 13 iJUUJtlVlAW ST., (Uor Episcopal Church to this market. Mrs. CfOio (reside on Sixth stmt,two ifeon
Opera Flnnnfls of all color*, fin "Street above the Astor house >f references can 1 h* given if desired. special *lew to their adaptation of SmJtt I had
lIE *nb' crihcr hating secured the ri trnmL of aieau.) t or JOHN PRATOKWS. west ) wys:- the pblmboarj Ccwroc.

JL MAX SCOTT: to erll the CORtf and COB MILL, Lace English J'Ererieh 'embroirlered band, the oppocite si..e! of and fur doors from the Park December 8, 1853. 8m49VA November, 15.. 1J-47 thin. attended with* most distracttrif *nfnv Ucfc rt .

known us the LITTLE GIANT,* are now prepared and linen O. Handkerchiefs, where they wit be most happy to see their friends an 1 I- -: dueed me t* A mere skeleton,and ahhough nJer ta.
., to ez.cut promptly, to n thorough workmanlike Emb'd Collars. Handkerchief arid Un'lersleves m, all who will do them the favor to examine their stock HDS. BACON, Notice Contractors.. care of a* aWe physician [Prof Ua ziaoaJ eoollnc
oumner. all orders.Vu(>lesalc and retail, of said Mills. Embroidered Cheminsvtt and Collarettes, The seniu'r member of the -fiB..M. Whit lock JLU 3 Shoaldi, to growwor and gar no all bopn ofrerorrrtlt f
S The reputati'mwun by these MilU for the Bine brown and green Veil Bareges, erhbroees this opportunity to rctnni his seknowlcdg- 2 Plain Ham. OFFICE or STATR Ecima, BCTJCATISTA, ) I At this rrwis Iwujersuakdt. try Dr. Roger .
LIT.rrwort
I. j var throughout the United States,U a'sufficient guarantee past- Black love Veils,. ments mr the-kindness cjinxvn him through the bug 10 bbfe. Mess Pork, h store and for cal.1 br,' ORANGE MILL P,0, ST.Jomig.Rim,Fix, > and Tar. whteh! entirely healed my lungs* s

of iU utility and established character. It hast Thread, Cotton ana Linen Lnces. period of his buiinrw. and trafta tJRt his cxp<>renci! HOPKINS A MEOINNIS3. ACGCST 20TH, 1855. ,) restored tu. topertert health, by the DM of afrw
? Cambria and Swiss edtriu and lusortinjs, and with that of the Dee.-l. 1P55 48 PROPOSALS will be received at thw
ct junior will
.< a large amount money mid Ubor to bring the applientinn, pnrtners. SEALED tltCr [Signed] AJTN CHILI)
itiil to its prutant ntnfe of(wfwclion, jm.l I i i& now offerr.L Bobioet and Mantilla Laces, prove n siifficient guarantee thaj all orders coufirlfd t- the 20th day of August, !866,for constructing
Ci lored ilerinneg, the House shall continue to receive mid sati Rotuiieii, Rouiiols. Canal, with its appendage, _
I to PUnU (S, $t< clTredcrs amml l others, as a com ample a necessary
jjlete article of nirch.-tt sm, iinijtle and practical in use Cifrtain and Dress Calicees, fact
and duraUe in construction It ii pronounced by evry. Embroidered Lace Curtain*, New York% January id. 185fi. Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets. Lake HArney( on the St. Johns to Indian River,a distance t _. DR. Wn.uioBARDa. of Cmetnnata .ari

.: bJy K> be the in< *t important article of tiie'kin J White, blrtck ami slate hosiery, B. M. A 1 E. A. WHILLOCK L CO. plain thirteen miles, 3.410 feet ; authorized by.tb Although it may Rare nopmlcHirnal. I feel eenstrtV
: now in ue. uot only well adapted for grinding cob White and black silk hosiery, 3t. WIIITI.OCK, black General Assembly; of the State of Florida, at its tes- ed to state that I used Dr.-Rogers'Livcrwcrt md Tar
I.''lics and Oent* blaek and col'd Kid Uhaves, EDW'D white atn? and siik slob of 1854-5 AD Act Entitled An Act provide in the of Charles
meal for stpek,but erits ar n hommony fur the table.Aa A. WIItTLOE by ease Wade rbo waa quite low witk
Hisses colored Kid (loves, FUED'K 'I black (extra siw! ) for and Liberal of Internal Improvement -
fce. Tlio" LITTLE QlANTrrceiveJ the FIRST j. IIAVRRSTK E, encourage a System PULMONARY CONSUMPTIOJT. wfth tie iaptiest
PREMIUM at the late Agricultural Fairs of Missouri.Keutjcky Ludii'S and Gents buck and K1 l Gauntlets, Ot.IVEB W. PODOE, QhiUrcn and Misses straw in this State. effect,after the usual r m.'h>. bad failed

llarjlKncl, and other States, And that in October 13,1&55. 41 I UCN&.Y CAitilCTEO. 6i .u HaU. Proposal will specify the amount fwr which the [Signed] WM, RICHARDS. 1C D

toe incut o
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oa* h.cse, an 1 .TcrJ SI the LOW PRICE of?55. all MARIETTA. 'B M. ?L E.A. WHITLOCK & CO. or portionsof each. Maps, Profiles and estimates Ky.:-Tour Dr.Rogers'Liverwort and TtTyiwjrttftmtixfaetion

.. wnplctc, ready f>r attacliin; the hors. No. 3 Hil!. Acad'-mic year H divided into, two cejum of [Late WHITI.OCK, Xiciiouj & Co.] Whiskey and Rope. be seen at this office, end any information" obtained by in this place. Dr. HOWARD prtf crie e
at $85; criu-U fifle n busluli per Lour, ail l No. 4, atf T fire months eaeh. TJie T oth Session comineuees addressing the undersigned at Orange Mill Post Of it, and prononccts it ins ef&t fat metGrinn in **
13 B.irrel of real A No. 1 Mcunnngehala "
75. trims I* twooty Uiwhcla h-jur with two horses.Addiu BEEKMAN STREET, Corner NassauFbvr Arr.W fice. St.John's River, Florida. Proposals will also E. II.IIATCRAY2'
per ou the 20th of FmacAny next, and ends on the -25.OOO Iba. No. 1 Kentucky Rope Drvjgi.t <
: freight an 1 cvreI. dmrs East of tie Park, be received for constructing a Rail Road over thesaraegroand.
; 19th of JCLT.
for sale on confi-jnment for cash, or good pnp.r st SOr _.
F. L. DANCY
BOBBINS J: BIBB.Dcacmbcr The Cadets are divide into four College C'nfscs. XEW YORK, BO days without interest. 3. S. KNIGHT Rev.Hrntr Wianuw.: of Patriot CsDia eon*
State State of Florida. *
: 1855. 43 Engineer ty O writes:-Dr. Rogers Liverwort and
Time Annual Commencement takes place vn \Vediiea November 10, 1855. 45 > Tar S>
IMPORTERS
d m r before the 20ti of JULY.ACASEiTICSTAW.. August 31, 1855 85-ly been the meant uftnatthiny mvrff (rca a urtrng.

NEW GOODS Of Cognac BRANDIES, from OfarJ, Dupny i Co_ Notice.SIX Leon Iron Works tare rcvet1 fSiunedl HENRYWmzWAW.of
}Iemmnecsev, I'iiiet Cartiil TOWLE & MYERSA Col.- A. V. BRUMBV, A. M. Snpeiutcn.lei: anlProflof <>f the higlie renutiiiion: and &ole froprietors of the months after.date the undersigned Executor of TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. .. Ma.Mzaaiwtevaez.ot Dennark.TcA.wrrte r

RE now receiving by 4ent llatliemntirsnn 1 Natural Plnlnsopliy.Cart. Cflel>rit.'d Brandies of Estate of John S.Shepard. late of Leon County Establishment is now in full operation. AJ1 Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar has met with grta |
.. TJIOS. R. McCONNELL Comnasd: of Cadet ; deceased, will present his nromuta and vouchers T
A of this
CUATKAU BERNARD. sueeeM. yourg man place
Li
nrrivHi* frow New York.ofashiouableaud orders will be attended to with promptness,and supposed by tv-
4; well etlc-'eil etnvk of and Proff 8fir of Engiuecring.Mr. SUPERIOR VINEYARD to the Judge of Probate for said County,and asked to all work done with neatness and dispatch. cry one to be in the las staRe of CV nnnptwi I faa
V. 1'!. !ANGET, Prof of French an.l Hiniorr. LlqUER DES CHAMPS b IVOR. All kinds ef work, such as Steam Work, Mill Work, [fSurnedl
Watches aad Jewelry, Mr. \V R HUNT A. of Ckcaii Ei- ROBERT H. GAMBLE
lln Pre/ tiy and "ilAGXA DAVID MERRIWEATHER
CHARTA, Ac, Ac.Schiedam Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw 'Machinery, lrvgit.;
O rn.ing of entenieu's gd! LuutJng Icvt-rs, l..diusp gush Literature Executor.Seotembcr .
aud Shafting, Pulleys Hangers. Plough Castings Brass
ld levers silver lever nnclt. nud Mr. J, B. GOODWIN. Prof of Drawinr.Capf. Old Holland Gins, 20. 1855. SO ,
hunting r. lepiuc }f*.H. K. DRAKE.Druggist, of ZsoU
Castings, Ac.; ; also, ,Sugar Kettles, of any size kept 0,,,,
Uam M Cord nnd nil R. S.-CAMP. Assist. Prof of Mathematics. JAMAICA AND tVRST INDIA HU.MS.MADEIRA. .
quirtier.\Vutches; o, isajc, g.ild constantly oil hatid. All work done in such establish states :-A gentleman of joy acquaintance wbo was
oijuni pins an j earrings. necVlaees gold and jot cn sJ A. CONNELL. M. D, Surgeon. ) PORT AND SHERRY- WINES. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT ment will be done by ne, with a particular regard to ; apparently in the last ttafi'i f CentvwpHon 1 1 I was
>>}'"n.pifi$ ani l.>ckeis fir hair and dajuerreotvpet The ln (ituiiin( I is under the direction and rnannjjejnent From the oldest established Houses in Europe, nil NEWPORT.rPIIE the strength and durability of tie work. mtored to pe.fect health by th. OM efDr. Ragns'

; ij'qli and hair bracelets; aUrgen 'f of a B-wd of Trustee, in conjunction with a of which have been ordered and selected with n view Competent Workmen always in readiness topnt Liverwort and Tar., The cure was a nc.t extrard.
fin* j plimi, enrncluii diamontf x State. in nil its branches. Buildings well caloulated] for I
; fiucr ring ; gentlemen's ins; SEQARS Imported for our own trade, from the Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for
sleeve buttonii, plain cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a fly an act of the Legislature, the Institution has best shippers in Havana. despatching wagons. D. LADD. cash, or accepted orders on some business firm iu this rDa, WIMOX. (am Old 8chol Phy>Me* ./
great variety of stu
chains so.il*. kcvs, gold nnd slyer pen and pencil ca- *, find a Field Battery, connoting of four *ixpoua TOBACCO, also) a large stock of medium .Brass. the.famify physician ,of Mrs. Wiseman far tw.|r.

1'I. and old, silver and steel spectacles, gold nod silver -ler brass pieces and tw* twelve pounder Howitzers. and low grade, andVILOLESALE New Goods. All letters must be addressed (post paid) to years, and during that time ihe has raficred wits di.eneeiI *

,. thimbles. DEALERS IN FINE I HAVE received my supplj of Fall and Winter J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla. Inn n. which finally settled! into PULMONARY

Fine Cutlery nnd Guus. The SuperintenJeut and the Commandant are giad Goouj!s (by late nrrivalsfr_ New York, Baltimore March 11, 1851. 10 CONSUMPTION 1 II 1 1 She was entirely cured bj U>.
Iftnutr and breakfast knives without f-rks, foiivoa nntes of West Pi'int. r.u.l a* the institute is upon the GROCERIES. and New Orleans,) and! offer them to the public on a* use of Da. Rooww' LIVIBWORT TAE IIl.R.WILSOjrJCDL

arid torks in *ett, carvers anti steel fingle, line pock- We>t plan the public may be assured that i's government #x>d terms as any house m the city. In the stock is P B. BlTo'KAW' iTLIVIfiY

.: et cutlery, nh Kr*, scissors and ratre; fii.e ublebnrrvlled dttcipliue and course of studies will be sliici PREMIUM CHAMPAGNE CREMANT.B. embraced every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, IT IS A POSTIVE PACT

iaminatedcteel and rtub twist gun, cumBIOU ly caforced. E. J: E. A. W. & Co. arc the exclusive owners Hardware. Crockery, Ac, tc. For the Ladies I have AMD( SALE STABLES That wherever Dr. Rugers5rupofjyeraa.Tar -

guas'shot pemcheof various patterns( fine and TERMS: of this Wine, awl are in'receipt: of shipments by ToguUir :i beautiful assortment of Embroideries, Laces iu Setts, has been introduced, it is superseding every sth.y

cootmuc'powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely's caps and Tuition, Bonrd Wnshin*;, Fuel, Lights. Hire of Musicians Packets, nu.l Leg those who niny: not have givt'u, Mantle", Cloth Talmas and Cloaks, and n few of th TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Cough Jlcdicine beT
wads, waJ cuttvr, and materials for gunsmiths. and atl other contingent expenses, per session it a trial to do so, u'uler their gtiiiruutee that a.will most splendid Silks ever brought to this market. ing to its truly wonderful tnedkiai Yirtoec.

Silver nud Plated Ware. of five months in advance, $i I 2,5u. be found superior, in dcliency of fLivor and quality, Planters are invited to look at my Kerseys & Blankets TIlE Proprietor Jhi's friends would and the in- BE WARNED IN SEASON !!!
to Wine at rf.>rc purchncirg. T. hAT WARD.
Surgeon's fee. annum, $5.Pcrsous any present imported.
Silver iaCle, desert and spoons. silver forks. oupnri'l desiring per further uformaticn, can obtain a January 20, 1S58. l'ntJOHNV.EVANS October ::7, 185. 43- public, that he has rebuilt his_ And neglect not that cough which is daily treaknK
la JI.e l! butter and knives Brick Stables at the old stand and U ing constitution Jrritatiijg throat
cran pickle ptedf copy of the "Regulations" by addressing the Super large now tour jour and. long*.
and *p o!*>. waiters, castors, cake and fruit bas intendent. SNUFF AND TOBACCO. prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. and inviting on that dread disease,Consmnptkw.wkmso
kets. lrctru plated tea sets, and communion service, ANDREW J. HANSKLL. He also bay attached,to his Stables, a good Black soothing and Healing a remedy can U obtauwd as
Screory.
butter, snur. and cream dishes chamber and parlor December 15, 1855. 60-3m ATTORNEY AT LAW -- -:-4..ePETER smith Shop where be willbs have dne all kind*of Dr. Roger'Syrup of Liverwort and Tar,

4Miidlctick! salt cellars, Ix-quet holders, card and m 0 LORILLARD, .Plantation work, Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in Beware of C
fl'ri.bskrts, anJ britUuuiu vase.71i Notice. B U.MJIUDCX, CEO No. 4 2, CHATHAM STREET, NEW YORK, the very'best manner and with promptness cud dis The genuine article is signed Axctrir RoAxma
.. \T7ILL give prompt attention; to all business en oa
.. relaicoii Articles.tctfcule month* after( the first pul!icationof tbs notice, T I trusted: to l.is rare, iu the Counties of Thomas, SUCCESSORS of PETER it OEOROK LoarmiKD patch.November 44 Ue engraved wrapper arrond each bottle. .

ti ) *, saicheU, work boxes, pearl,Berlin SIX uri'lfrsigncd, adrrinistrators, of the estate of Decatur, Baker, Dauglterty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. all kinds of SNUFF and TOBACCOS 5,1853. Price, ,tl per bottle or six toUln.fer IS.$*U

irori7-nd inoroccj port munairs, pearl card cases, coral Ltwis H. Branch deeeased, will present their accounts JFebruary 1855 7 tf in general use. For particulars, a Price Currcn. MILES NASH & CO. wholesale and retail by 8COVIL MEAD,
beads'coral klaoe and nrmlets -- cat be obtained by addre iii as above. This estab 113 Chartrea St. bet Ceotjand St.
n<< # jet .Vracelcto, and vaucliers to the Judge of Probates of Leon Conn Locb.K.OtniM.; !
necttiic:, and V> oii' pins napkin ring; hair n tooth ty a'lil Ask to be discharged from their admmiatrati'nc LOXG & GALKR.UT1I, !hisLmnt i l is one of the oldest of the kind ia the Uuited Dealers in Drags, Medicines, &c.WOULD SoLtAor.vrs JoaTH SouTHraM S ITM tawkont

brushes hat revivers.shell, buSdlo, india,rutter and f said estate A'rronxEYS LAW, TAI.I.IHASSHE, FLA.MA. States. inform their friends and the public that all orders and ppplicatluos fur- Agencies Binst U ad-
irorj'coir.bs. diiim and wax dolls, razor strops &u ou' V.'V't: ? *' char cases, feather dus'i-rs pastor and JAMES II. BRANCH, f Aam "' LONG A J. B. ALBRAITII! have 8-wi- articles as are generally kept in their line.of business, t3ff For saleat all ihe Drag Start* h Talkhasce*

d tor iK-lis, boLciui n glass aitd china vases and ba> D e. 29,1855. 526m j themselves iu the practice of Law. They Bacon,. Bagging &c. and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. -Their and at cue Agency in every Town in the South.
will attend the Courts in the Mi'Mle Circuit the Supreme
Augist26. 18 ft.
kfcts.1/rfVcotta vase anJ bottles.jwfcicases 33
pitcliers
perfume
? terms shall be reasonable. Cm
received latest arrivals from New Or
; centre suspension and 'side lanips, lamp .Executor's Notice. Courts awl the District 'Courts of the United JUST per Tallahassee 9th .1853' 14. -
and New YWk, the following articles which April
States at Tallaha' Most
and wicks violins and bows see.OiKcc Approred Corn JHiir IB Tft.
shades/cbirnueys .
guitar
TOTICE.is all tl offer at the lowest cash prices: .
to to.j
hereby given personsindebteul the cy
i uyosftainbburincsaecbreon.);; i violin i, clarionets, flutes And the estateofJoeeph Austin, deeeae4, to make October oppofiite 28. 1t334.MITChELL. Court HOUSP.If 15 Casks Bacon,. 10 Bales Bagging Hides Wanted. 1 CCOP\ \ the most rPw l LANlER CORK(
fift5SYguiferJ n< strings.'fine cologne and other \J\J
iflLTr.ediate payment to the trndersi.timed, Executor.- 20 Bbls. Floury 15 Ps. Sea Island do. rAAA BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the MILLS fur sale by the Snbwflwr. Tfc .*
perfuwry!: an
aadjcwclry" repaired promptly- and m the hereby notified to present them within the time prescribed GO Ibs. Twine, 10 Bbls.Mess Pork, and Otter skins. DAVID C. WiLSON and lower part of Georgia, and give perfect sat

; by law, or this notice will Ivj plead iu !bar of ATTORNEYS AT LAW, %1 A area Tallahassee. September 2t. 1855. 29In wfaction, grinding with ease 4f bo*L Ia and die rUe
: 4.2 their RICHARDSON WHITAKER. __ in the dav. with l lm hmn.than ek.. iwdtt.rv.J .
HUDSON MUSE Exfr.QuiiKjy --- "
,
recovery, Dec. 29, 1855. 52-8w JASPER, HAMILTON COUXTY, FLORIDA, Newport, October 27, 1855. 4S Store and for Sale. plied to it. The maker- fnrntslxs a baud I'--I--.e to pvt it tip 1';

No.550. WILL practice in all the Courts of 'the Middle CASKS Bacon Sides and every one warranted to give perfect iatisfarfea.r

Circular Saw Mill Agency. in Columbia and Alacluw in the Eastern A. PERRY AMAKT1R, 3 2 Tierces Hams, Call and examine them at D. LADDB.
Circuit and iu tile adjoining Counties of Georgia. April 21. 1855. Jft
2 Rb!.. Lord, _
: -
IMIE'undersigned has the for the sale of
agency
Ma-cU24, 18S5. tf 12 TTY T LAW "
L W. Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mute" Kegs -
Carriages
consisting of three sires for 42. 48 and 52 or 54 iachSitws. DR. LEWIS TALLAHASSEE FLA. 1 Hbda Sugar. Buggies, and Harness,

.: These Circulars are decidedly the best iu use, May 21, 1853. 20 10 Bbls Extra Flour, For Sale ,bj P.B., Brokaw.
j Swamp Overflowed Lauds." having several the RES'IDLNT 80 S.F. '
improvements over Page" or any DENTIST, iHE Subeenber Laa.just received *
r> ('thcr. Patent in use. Tie cost is about ROt), *350, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. WILLIAM SCOTT, 5 Sacks Rio Coffee, .1. very large; supply nt Carriage-
t and J450 fuu r various sizes, according extra carriage, 5 B. xcs Star Candles, 'y 'p *
Buggies, anaires.: which be
now inserting Artificial Teeth the ATTY 4T eeri'for
on S Bbls Molasses
PUBLIC NOTICE. LA'79 ,
r new improved with "
principle MONTICELLO FLA. 8 Vinegar, -
DANIEL LADD. ,
"f PURSUANT t> the instructions of the Secretary continuous gum, from one Mile to the for November 18, 1854. '4 ft
other
Tobacco
Soap, StnrchMand Urine
Newport, Fla, November 3, 185. 44 July SO, 1853. 30 tijan many .
JL 1 tlx! LUrii r, public notice is hereby givrti.timt other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the sale by S. S. KNIGHT.

in cr.Ier l to bring to a close the business under LIFE INSURANCE. lodgment of food, thereby rendering them-perfectly In C/zanceri-in llzra iton Circuit Court. December 15. 1855. 1 4h DR MILES E ,. NASH ,

the act of Congress, ipprnved September 23, 18(0, life like, and restoring the original contotir'of the face, or FIBS ma tnvirxa TO tat cmxnw or'

entitfr An act to enable tht State Arkansas,and THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO, so as to defy -detection. He will attend to all calls Willis W. Turk, Complainant, B CLARKE TsLiAILaiez! A-ID ZiOvric VOVThT.
other States, to reclaim the 'Swamp Lands' within ACCUMULATED CAI'ITAL..iUOOOOO. in Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full ra. A ,

: their littiHe,** and at the same time afford to parties Company issues policies on the lives of Se.Ua can obtain all necessary information by letter. John V. Stephens, and Lurk in McTyer. and Eliza MERCHANT TAILOR 0 FPICE with B;. hi!. Nah,immediately east of tie'
wlxfelaim that portions of the lanns selected under TMIIS He will warrant, m ms-tance. satisfaction and ,
: ,
persons for one or more years or for the eveiy Pitcher, John Filcher, Thomas Pitcher, William Pilhfr. Post .-
&aidiwr. dry and fit fur cultivation, nn opportunity whole period of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. prices to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when called (- nnd Nathaniel Wicker,heirs at law of James DEALER ix READV MADE CLOTHIXO D May 19 1855. 20 '
to-ietroJuee evidence, all lands so selected, to the for. _
Dividends declared to the injured ou politic> issued Pilcher deceased I Defendants. GKNTIEMEN'S FCKMSHINO Goobs. I.
approraVwhe no objection be made within six for life.PLIY June 24, 1851. 25 affidavit to the satisfaction T. j. v. aicnA Dso*. pz1jRIOIIARJiSON WBTTAXBA
mouths from the date hereof, will be certified and pa- IT appearing upon of the receiving at the well known old stand for-
r teitt.d to the States.SMchobjectiiNiias. FREEMAN, Actuary.-MOBIIW FDAXKLIN, Preb't.3f FLOYD HOLLAND Court that the defandants. Eliza Pilcher. John Pd NOW occupied Clark the above Ap >licjitions received iu THllahiweo bv elmer, AYillian Pilcher, and Natbanel Wicker, heirs at ( Re4 Made FurnUh-
;. are contemplated by t ] assortment Superior Clutbuj Receiving and Forwarding Mer-
Law of James Pitcher deceased reside
must be mvle timler oath.'nnd filed with tbe Register January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS. Attorneys at Law. beyond the lug Goods, Clot he, Cussimeres, Vestings, tc, composed -
of this Court to wit in the
jurisdiction state of 0 eor.gun. chants .
and BeertVfrof j roper Lud Office for transmission %TILt practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle in part of the followingarticl s: ,
tllie JJener.il Lain Office. Thecesary forms V anti \V Florida Fine Black Dress Frock Coats NEW PORT. FLA.
AGENCY OF THE ITNA INSURANCE CO <-st and iu the Supreme Court It ;is ordered that the enid dffendantsVo and

Jor nfflJavits ure-iu the hank of i'aiIofficere. CAPITAL,. .. .. . .?500,000.( of the State. Also in the District Court of the U'uited answer the said bill, on or before the first appear Monday Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and August4th, UC5. SI
The foUywinjelasiiis of land ar' exempt from ob-- States, in the Northern Didrict of Florida. Business Coats,
iu June next, else the will be taken Pro Con-
: rOHE undersicnied. Agent of the alx>ve Coinfianv R J. FLOYD Office same Fancy Cassimere do. do. do Notice.QIX .
JectiniI.ovR palachicola Fin.
,
-- 1L314m4h aterei with cash! or locntad with miliitaryJU'KUitv'lanJ -I 'vn; receive applfatU'iis for nudoss make insumtmme 1). P. HOLLAND, Oflioo Quiaev, Flu.Dc. (osau," I'roviJetMhis order shall bo published in some lilack and Colored Ulotli Overcoats, mouths from date the nodert ned admiaisira,
within
this Circuit
against by Fire, on Brici and 1'rome Building Newspaper once a week for the '
; sfrip afierjUi *, i' Black Doeskin I'ant;
.y. wamrns or p.i'sa;eofthtact 22, m5. SI kTtrii on the estate ef William Thompson,dfcvaeed-
riad of four Months to wild time.
,. of 23lk rptmber. 1850.) anl I piior to the Furuitri,Merchandize, Ac.Janaary WAYLES prior Fancy and C l'd Cassimere Paula, late of Lt-on County,will exhibit her final acemmt sad

passive of the iict i.f 21 Mirch. 1855 For the rcliifof 19,1850 3 B C.LEWIS, Executor's Notice. Mitchell and Stewart Solicitowfor BAKER, JuJge. Black and Fcucy bilk-Vests, voucher.to tIS Judge of Probate for said CoontJ/
-t aaJ locator of auJ ovcrfltwed Complainant. Velvet do.
purcuattrs swauip Fancy and ask to lw discharged. .
Salt-Salt-Salt. months after lnte I will r>rnt my final cc. February 2, ( 5 '
awls. SIX iSStl.e do. Cos*. do. Cashmeres
LUCY THOMPSON. Adninistntrix.
2 L L-Ln'ls already pateutvd to the State under the SACKS of Salt f..r ?al. by and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for -I' White Marseilles do. D. B.
8amkhw. 2 0 0 HODGKISS, POOLE, i CO. Loon Gounty nud apply for n final, discharge from TfflAS"HITE -AL0--, -. September 2 1855. : -4m
the offioe of Executor ef 0: deccaeed.W1LK .
Ws Ilylton.
.3 e IiiVit'c.ie* where objection i*raised,testimony must November 17, 1855. 40 CALL 4 fine assortment ff ShirtsCollars, Cravats Black, Boots und Shoes, -
ExV.Dec. .
l tul&ri lieT.ire th Roister anJ Receiver of the Land White and Colored Kid cud Silk Gloves self
e 22, 1855. 51-6m of Copper and. Shett Iron ; adjust T" ADIES 1id. Jenny,L. BuskiM,
f, Office, at such time, after the expiration of sai-J six RcrARD'- --- T. Bicciirrr. CQAULES w. DOWNING'BIRCHETT '" MANUFACTURER in nil kinds of Plain and Fancy ing Stocks, Cotton.aid Merino Under-shirts, Jeans, 1iLsdic. Tiea

t months, HS tUey may appoint,with the consent of the & DOWNING, s. s.. KNIGHT TinT Wares', takes pleasure in *forming the citizens Drawers. Brown,Fancy, Cotton, and Lislp Thread } I. ? -walkiflffSboee"
; Comoiuwoner of the General Land Office. ; and the Hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief, all M B1ckcloth Gaitere
ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS of Tallahassee surrounding country, that he is -
I Tin lists of ewamp and ovrfl.'Ived lauds are open AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION MERCHANT now. prepared to wait MI all that -wish trf patronizehim of which are offered' the public on'reasbnabfe term Trnuell Boakine, -
t J inspection dariug the regular bubiuess hours of theLiindOmce i\O. 490, Seventh mct, TALLAHASSEE, FLOHWA. iu hia line of business. He also tenders his thanks and warranted as good aa offered' tP this Market.-. "Calf .* -

tn his friends, and tie"publia! generally for the Call and examine. a .e os'ttesMenakippeggedBrogsaa.- .
WASHINGTON CITY. September 1, 1SC5, 05 very '
Giv. City of Wa hingtou NovemberlO-1865. 45
i uyderjnyiaiul.atthfr liberal patronage with] which he has heretofore beeu -
thu. 21etday fDcceiiiWr. 1S55. practice before the Court of Cluim. and 0 e4 --
: he
WILL favored, and hopes thai continuatiou of the same koe4andBBrogaat
A.LsFISHER
$ THOS. A. IIKNDRICKS.r claims before Congress and the several Manufactured Tobacco. willT be granted him..He 'c .9 calf il ots, ---sr'-

:.- of ihe Grjier.il Land Office. Departments. J SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of varions brands will constantly keep on hand a full supply of all ATTORNEYATLAW.'llTILL.practlee .4 tewed ": ..

86wCopartnership July 28, 1855. 30 Mullen Manufactured Tobacco on consignment sorts of Ware usually kept in an establishment of bis 'TALuAE;FLA. 'S waterproof oI. -
.
again this 100 Boxes the A full .
season now on way out- line of business. assortment ofShett Iron, Iewetand '
Notice. R. H. BERRY Merchants will do well to boar this in mmd, and it Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Cistfra'Puwpa, in the Court fth Middle DitT Boys ealfpe.4 Duets, ,. -
_$, have this day entered into a eo- will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down and n great many other articles too numerous to men V thud,and in-Thomas County Ga. I

4 JIdiIr Ipp1.thb Auctioneer and Commission for from usual markets, and. on .time to good par tion. tST Office in the Capital 2d atory, imnedUtely ..N .' ,Se -- 'y'c* '-
-
tAIL ties. DANIEL LADD. TO BUILDERS.Tin over the room of the Clerk 6f the supreme Court OenU fiiaej toilet alippen. ;

MERCHANT.Tu.visau Newport, August 4,18ft.. 31 Roofing, Guttering, Ooppar and Tin Condncting July 21, 1835. 29-ly Oe4t nde ir''T :t ..

;.Fla! Sept 29, 1865. 29 i Pipes Ae, all of which be nrwmises.to. do in -the roost N Patent leather shoee:: i: '** -

",', &* the name an j itjU f f' Middle Circnii otFl rjda. work-man-like manner and rTle; nnd of the btt oteriaLv ": & 1BINQLE, .4- ,*, -
-
Tax Collector's Sale. on shortest, notice nod most reasonable) tenna CbIh. ancle tie Slo e.Cbilde .-
IN LEON CIRCUIT i
AEI\ELY.T
) CQURT.
of the authority vested in meby l law. I ; Having been engaged for thelast- efebt* yean in ', and Mbeeaeokred sad HMkWMfc asilb
I B'Yjrirtue of.Petition o/Elizabeth : : citosc.
In the! matter Rice .
.
lic} lands known as the Forbes for -a business at this place he'thinkiltnnneeeesary' to reeomownd Plautatien Roe evI -'P"- .
'
a change *>fLeriacnoTOTICE to that of Klixabetb leviau*: himself farther the .A ;NT jcwe naenU.of-JLjDIfO sad SHORTSTAPLB wo -
.& I.e.thefl fsi id Purcbae, lying end being-'withrn'the OQ ttj of Leon ) any to pablio as regards. aaiwp.4) -
$ rD.HAme*. oomprish r U6i64t> acre, more or ICM, andbhall p>o- '\ fa bpeby gfeo| r tbe'fifing of tlc'petli his oapabdities as A me banie. but at the same time he 21.. COTTON,awl,abet peo oc*. wiU. meet :
p srs PQYWI1 loep r*(ftnJv.general caed to $elV 9 juu hi, (.4be Mrnebore mttfhifuefStfor i> :- EUcxbetti Rice fcr.li ebange of her name assures all that favof- him with a' ealVgood work and with their best tt zmtlou. Kefereoce, caa be b.4 4 AOhthrp *
Le inn ami that'after the JirI'N T4hit MdioflCo ty''o RE
H ppwliinirc;to thtirij sil ity oUahseeeon-8stpr4y the tbHizabeth publication .
'weI -t1 S e inadef t. Hkving removed from the old stand former!t noas ;; QoIhc'F1a. : ; 2 t -, ..' ., '
,*, !,* s .LIVELT! '"*' ty aud KaSrtwa taxes due thereon-for tbeyeaj85 M time Judge of Le f GlrcalttfoOrt for atf order waEng White ASlueser,ho-wfll be-foand at hie stand corner -'.OctobireO,185. 4e-4M '' :; -, -' "I14anc -

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