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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 23, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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; in the ground; see if I could find any chrys- several: experiments widi cobalt strychhtne, eating cherries" ; and.other fruits. Tree"bat u. NKV.'YOBS;.31st. a 1856. &Iii '!; _.. 14"
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. 1 alias there; but Done were to be seen. At and arsenic, which aro Dot consequence the poor bird merely take a tythe of the fruitto ToM Editor oJlJc' adq erce. I .our.a1WJ .(. ...u ..Jt ..,
P4p" read ijf 3Ir. Towrxswrb GLOVES ie- last I examined Uw stalk AlrA n.more carerullyand enough to be reported, as, although .several pay,for,the_tree, whicKbut (or.theit'du. mach truth and I ciria th law to the rtm.sns, 14'11I .
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fore the lain meeting D/l/ Me Vailed Siau.4gricuz Accidenla11.1.dis overeclseveral small perforations. succeeded I must own others:again failed inS ceasing efforts wouM otherwise i* b have .a.n.111ere: so I I I _.It.'I 1.. .t.:as-;
Soc CJy. along the sdes. This stalk was .most signal manner. .However;as the subject been kUIed ia its, infancy.; To exemplify.the wisdom,.as well as Ubertjp pi.. ,the I oQQ9; aLii ,',- I.i

immediately split open bj-means of a garden has once been, started, it would bowel! utility. birds I will give one qr two instances accompany, article fro .th.Jllustrsted Lon-:I lisallik.: ". ..
i knife when |10 and behold, the.large hollow for several able and scientific man i in different that hnve;occurred under my.own;obser* don;Netr.'of 22ad ,Dc c nbtr, '1849. '.tl,I..rioaflo. '. fi1lfJt. "
ltCrOKrED FOl.Til E yJL ZXrrLLTGEXCKX.] of thestem was-found to be entirely filled with partsof the country to make experiments,and vstion.i Some years ago!took a'fancy to cannot forbear to ifljuitappeira I pendoos evil wf .. j. ..n
sending ,$ ;
The subject of. Entomology, as applied toi I caterpillars and cbrysalids snugly ensconced tJ* \ report them fir tho good of their. iellowufieren. -, keep bees: accordingly 'hives were procured yu rTIatte- ..i.L.
the use of agriculture, of' agricultural 'ctittKi each in its own peculiar slight; tilken web.- ..1 and books read,.upon.tbe'subject .One daya toe* tabeVvejy.tsodvlafeaitto ,j[r9_b .,hi i4iI 't t"
inology, if it may ba :thcs"" termed, is'of the I The discovery thWa' :cidentally made induced _i ou will, perhaps blame mo (or having as: king"bird or bee martin was observed be with the views whisk ,you tate of tli.progress I Jtt'\fPulild b-dt 4; : ; .
most vital 1 :Importance to,cverg planter fariasr. n>e te bum aU the hollow stalks left and hundreds yet Deferred principally Southern in ecl*; very busy about the hive apparently. snapping of .ne ._ _f .Jj Ressis-n4: .I1 ''
especially if the destructi!'I"effected by perished in4 the flames.. I have merely .reason of which is I liave "l>een detailedtwo op every straggling bee he could find- Yours. .r.iaUy. I.,Md deWW134 .sI6& .
the myriad of insert\!) !lyio the /" pte metflionedtbeijtwq: facts to.prove how ,is, seasons.to.the South; one of which.was Indignant at such a'b..ucb.of bonpitapty,'as ,AN. Jlyr.I D. IaGII t.liafrurIeid. .
crops of the ITuitvJ Suites Is'considered.vatterpillar .- :The bJ a proper r'slady of the natural instincts of spent in South Carolina,,. Georgia, and.Al.-! his nest wason, the premises I hastened to I I b lta td.oan.tJut. .
rh>U.womt. :tl rea .bug too fWn almort any i Jnsect\some means may. eventually hama, the second in South Carolina and Florida the house to procure a gun to shoot..the'ma-I I. Fran ti* Dlostntei. Icadoi News. ,; Ititibly tk. =IDi ;. .
dstrov the Soat'icrn t uiterVhope of a'cotton be discovered to destroy if in some of the 1 ;.aii'l the reason why requests were made. 'Iud r. When I returned perceired a.grayIsh I _ccq.' I I=. ..

crop. Tin mj..aie joint womV commit many changes it undergoes. Of some: the to the Hon. Judge Mason, Commissioner of bird on the bnshy,top of a tree and,think. We are told, oa high authority, that:4tartU tnJoM. -ttbi Jaiftei Mi1 ...
McH raises: a.n.v.jg tth.nfrce fine and flourishing eggs may .plainly discovered on the trees Patents to have me sent there, was 'principally -, ing it was the robber, I fired,and down dropped .1 nothing flew under the stra-"that what hit ; u1Sri1i4_ "Uat. kiW.'
wbrat SzUsrif Virginia that; the culture when the leaf is fallen.. Take,for Instance, because, whilst the Nrtbould boast of. a poor innocent little Phoebe bird. Hoping been may be again- that:alt'things >evfdve L a ", wkit tiI_ Ct .4e'FBfta1nMf ;
of wheat in several' Iue* has l been abandoned. the tussock moth, which sometimes iprores so, such talented entomologists! as Dr. Harris of: 'to find,.some consolation to my conscience in aD old appointed: circle-'.-thai 1or>empircs ffgIj4lk -.ij 1.11 ...
The almost microscopic wheat iniJge has lately injurious to fruit and shade trees, the female! ; Cambridge Mass., whose valuable work on i for having committed this most foul as well as individual there is a period of I ocHr:P'e. sfiiivd"4isth. '
prove! sw destrastive ia tlo'rt: rlile fields ofOhio of this moth lays her eggs in a frothy matteron the insects of New England injurious to vegetation murder, IjuwanTly accused th. poor little growth and a period of decay- and that ttftber M:. .m *.7.l

that a 'friend (ron: that State assured tho top of a cocoon, sometimes placed onI I| is deservedly the text-book for all horticulturists Pbc&be of having also killed the bees; sod, the mighty nor the bumble, c so .'cscaps ..--ift4-. .,.. .
me,'a few days -go, th it during the last year the branches, trunks, or enclosures and occasionally of the North ; Dr. Fitch, of New having determined to ascertain the fact by the operation of the invariable law which kea I 1"U-t O'1b&'.Jft I .It) 1'0 .rl .

he has seen field so nttedy destroyed as not under the dried leaves that remain York, whose labors are so well known and dissecting the bird, it was opened, when, a penalty (or every transgression; 4 'Ji tNa 1r1aW&4J i: .' ..; = .
be worth harvesting and cattle to be turnedin suspended from the tree the silk and others at which with" the 1M .
to by means of appreciated ; many were busy much to my regret and astonishment it was! punishes same severity CW..Let.thWt..d..w .
"to prey upon the poor remains" the nii.lge t of which the coccon was formed. These are work on the same subject in the Northern found to be full of the striped cucumber bugs high and the lowly. '" ,. ..
.4 had I left behhd." In New York,Massachusetts easily seen, and can be gathered together and States, there.were comparatively few, if any, and not one single bee. Here I had killed A modern writer,struck with the. pewaof ala.thiak "1. r r.t'fte jI.1"
&r. t'le curcalia auscs ofti.nes a total burnt in the winter similar to the cases of on the subject -agricultural entomology in the very bird which had been working for me these old truths* and tracing ia the..past'sad r deeaj' v.sroa$- qyMk,
failure of the plum crop. From North,South, hang-worm before mentioned.' Others again the South, and it wa understood ray services the whole season, and perfectly innocent of present history of Great.Britfan operation I." 1aI,. :"ff.-.q.,
East aaJ West \\e hear of nothi.ig bat complaints might be destroyed to the host advantage in I were more wanted there than elsewhere I the crime for which it was sacrificed. After of causes which must intO fuflnewoftlme, lit,. w..hece: SMII .
of the ravages committed l Ity our insect the caterpillar state,especially when they congregate will not refer to.the, wheat midg., H sian this circumstance I determined never to let a produce its fall, has drawn a vivid 'p ctutv ofa : Mr.alto, b*>*cab foes, and it would be impossible to enumerate together at certain times of the day fly and other wheat insects here as I have gun be fired on the premises excepting on New Zealsnder.sIUing upon a rained.arch :aysuitla, atfTrosraay.; .' ''v.Ft

on this occasion, as their name is in their webb, and only come out at other seen comparatively: very little of them during special occasions ; and at present the place isterfecXly of London don-bridge, and moralizing upoa ezeelZear. fe* -'.is JGea,' ...
I legion." stated times to devour the foliage; others in the last two seasons; but would! respectfully [ crowded dnring spring,summer, and the fate of the,once mighty empire meal lance I ami ripiJit1"dl...
*tt will, therefore,be painfully perceived that the chrysalis state, as tho before mentioned I request to now bow the remedy proposed autumn withtho feathered songsters which much a thing of the put M Rome,Greece; W.m&!La ft piopld .. -. .. .
close of the habits and tranformations but it is in the to this society for preservation the and Assyria. Bat when .read the eloquent 'bf.
a study parsnip worm; yet perfectstate against build their nests vni in my very porch and spread. NW"1. :". ,.
of any one of these pernicious insects by die that we can hope to attack them to the attacks of the curcnlio of the plum has suc fni'ig up theiryoung perfectly fearless of man page, we smile at the prediction of Uw writtc our cocx&srt* and oatit" .. .I
practical and intelligent farmer would prov ? best advantage, as with one perfe female in ceeded. If I understood arght: it was to ike kind;''aria arthough cherries strawberries, We cannot believe that" Babylon that mighty baMM b1* i* 0
not only a source of great pleasure, as I leading spring all her future progeny for that year are reported upon at this meeting. The black &c. o'&uffrr/y'et? 'insects ate nets quarter city, who glorified herself and lived tdeii- t.na3oua.Es'easn, i...AW '
him to a keener sense ef the beauteous and destroyed.- knot on plum trees does not appear to be as numerous and troublesome as they were ciously," who said in her heart .** i fit. ass. are.tothembfej. "".IIuI-_ ..1Itit. tMMot
wonderful works of Nature, as exemplified in Lights have been used to attract insects caused by an insect although some are occasionally formerly.In Queen and baD see no sorrow/',. shall ever i '-I\ .1 tt.
the sngoHr traasformitinns insects undergo with much advantage; one was used by a found in them ; and I have hard the; Southern States I have seen the bee fall from her high.estat.. We think of the and the am'viroroba"" dR&tots cif
before they assume tbe perfect or fly state, horticultural friend last year. This insect from several reliable sources that if the knots martin chase'ami capture S boll-worm moth wealth, the enterprise, the Indomitable eovr aId e ftMIIC1d*bwrpy-"%>tfct -J y .eioir of"w-- 1!>

but also a source of great profit, as by experinienting trap, for itls nothing else, is formed like a are cut cleanly out and then spirits of turpentine not ten paces from where I stood, and tbe age, the intelligence;the zeal and .to 4 iety M WI]. -or1ai ,. J1I_ Iq
upon them in all the stages of their large box lantern only, instead of only one applied the wounds they will not re mocking bird feeding its nearly grown youngon of her sons-we see her wondrous projreWio Wlz$ ....lkf....
existence he might perchanre discover some glass forming a side, two glasses are used, appear. Would it not bo well to try it at different the same insect. Even the ugly toad works arts that Greek and.Roman never koewtbe that It ahGaI4 (QI'tSr' ..lpatt.all =...W'
practical method by which their extermination which slope upward at an angle towards a seasons of tho year and report for the for the farmer and gardener as his food con triumphs other .cl.'nc.&ud the blessings ofa othfttf Tb iYln%f c jhatj '
could bo effected I-uleed, it i is absolutely light placed in.the interior. These two. glasses bert method ofdestroying those insects,whose sists insects mre or leu% injurious.' The eiviltzatiofl superior to any ever tojoyed by b DOt" .:.dct1WiWd'.r ,
necessary that a farmer shouU be able to re- are left open an inch or more in tho can cbrjsalids or pups remain under ground all beautiful and lively green and gray lizards of the co: nit tha i'is cts that destroy his crops in tre, as tho case'may be, and can be slid moreor winter I Deep fall ploughing has been recommended the Southern States, which are seen. runningon that In all these things there are genus of it* Ohio, or;U :M.fij. t
all tin.- various and wonderful tran&formatiins less in 'and out by means of proper grooves as they are then more exposed the fence rail,'or amidit'the green foliageof bulLy.and progrets whichiuaU. grow.up and of -nuowf., ,i j' -";"
before any cfTectu.il remedy can be ap- the insect seeing the light approaches the to the frost and attacks of birds. Old. stonewalls .. trees, shrubs and bushes, and from which flonrjsh {a after time,.bearing the name and .White" .,' 'W''d.f ;"w.. S -
plid; as ia o-ie stage of their life they maybe glass, and following the angle, it enters the ,and the usual zigzag rail fences serve they can scarcely be dislingulcbed'.fxet'pt fame, the power and tire glory;',of Great Britain .thij ViCL.Mdk : :
suffered to live and enjoy themselves nay, opening, and died by tho light is incapable as harbors of refuge to multitudes of the insect when in motion, are ever on ,the Watch for to'tb. remotest generatwus.' ,I 1I -
oven sonetiaies: be protected whilst in another of finding the small.place where it entered, race during the winter, where, between the insect prey.; and I know of one:curious case It is well, bow ,.tha1.,we,,abaad-. I!tba..wt. = .
stage we"persecute and destroy them bye and'either burns its wings 'against the glass interstices of the stones and under the rottii-g I -n which even the-mieein a green-bouse. were times vi w.jb other.side f'-1h.,picture,and p1tii. -l : 4 J..l1j I..
ry means our power. Take, for example tube which protects the lamp or it is precipitated bask or rotted wood, they spend the winter of service; 'foribey had rooted .up the earth ask ourselves more calmly: whetb r our'-e apire M :. .
I the'beautiful nrt el-tgvit butterfly of the into a vessel underneath filled with dome sheltered (rom,the cold and icy'.blasts. rtjoiid several potted peach trees ia order is indeed?so firmly rooteqeb- ejadearva =r 9t1
jnpilia 3St IjS.. Any humane and kindhearted glutinous liquid, in which incapable of using ._In the.Urge,spaces also necessarily !left between : to devour the chrysalis! of the,.peach tree ,to the world by J1ttt1ii'b bi* la.; .

faimer: ; unversed in entomology, who its wings from the adhesive nature of the Compound these zigzag fence rails andtbe, ploughed borer. 'f. ?' :. .e1cence.GpP rita ow..' 1rr 1jo 1fi l lrtlij" 't ll
should see his chillren'cha5ing and killing the it must finally perish. Thousands of part many bigh weeds and brambles spring : As' I lear I have already trespassed too so much removed from ail poss&Uitycf rival Europe hIs .njoved piper .f II"1Ii t

I pretty black and yellow spotted butterfly ,that the small-vine hoppers, night-flying moths, and up, which likewise serve as places ofconceal much upon your time and good'nature, I will ry,as U> defy the agencies decay and.rulp. and the ecetrI ftha wod4Is
WJLS flitting joyously over his vegetable gardenin beetles were thus destroyed. Several plan- merit and shelter for insects and vermin, be- ;. now, in cdnclusion,merely observe that, if the and stand to the most distant times tae Qu ep nq (rom her grasp. CIYiIIst1n. told
the spring or early summer, apparently ters South prescribe the burning of fires of *i les rendering the rest of the field weedy practical farmer will only note down precisely and the Model of N tIolll.f. The picture.is Is following tie eovrso of Uwsan,sad tke

leading! a life of mere harmless pleasure,would fat pine wood, on the appearance of the boll- from the seed which are.necessarily disseminated the transformation of insects,their first ap- not quite so brilliant when it is thus consid destinies hluquait.1 will work tlmiimlrni.. .
no doubt reprove them forwantonly'destroy. worm or caterpillar moths, as these insectsare from this source. Old rotted stumps pearanceand habits and make them knownto ered. The golden image found to faate/eet out in a n! rfield*ad oa srlargsrsxalft. Tbft .
i ing such a pretty, harmless insect; and yet if attracted by the lights and destroyed by should also be removed or burnt, as myrteds the public through the medium of some of clay. The fair peach of prosperity is seta .world is,'as it vstc sttftiaf frsaWciMl fr ga ;'
\ the truth was known, this pretty and much to the flame. Indeed, it is only by the instinct of insects find snng winter quarters in the good agricultural work, he will be doing more to have a worm within it, and the mighty em. .a mors farorsh startieuf-point. TW.. ,
, to be pitied insect is the parent of all those of insects that they can be exterminated. Appeal crevices and bark, from whence they issue good to present and future agriculture than pire to be menaced with perils from within bvmanity tan but hope.!that the s.w'CiTIfl.Sation .
1 nauseous smelling green and black spotted to their antipathies, by putting anything forth in spring to lay the eggs which producethe he imagine., as it is from practical men we and from without We tt e that we have no : whIch may arise will take 'jaiaj .
i worms, that, later in the season, destroy his they positively dislike in their way, and they million of caterpillars and [grubs that inundate ",.ni facts, and not theories, which may be exclusive elaim'to the posjession ,of. Abe*virtues 'from the errors of the old; aod Iba;.'ttedet .
j parsley, celery, parsnips, and carrots. Yet, will avoid it; place anything they particularly the fields and devour tba autumnal better studied in the parlor than in the field. which have raised us to the high position cay and fall .empires, humanifT itself trill I. ;
I! by merely crushing the parent fly with one like in the shape of food, and hundreds are crops. All insects, however, -are not prejudicial -. The regular scientific entomologist studies in. that we hold; that what "e have, we share; merge jfrppi, aeh change ia brighter Ijstre
i blow early iu the season, before it has deposIted attracted, for instance, the flies and wasps in ; witness some of the lady-bugs, whos sects"merely as insects belonging to such an i that.rnen. of qur own blood and language have wiser and l joiter, wore peaeeabje-aad. 'more.religi9m :
J its eggs he would l be spared the vexationof casks of sugar. Love itself i h used by certain whole larva life ia devoted to devouring and order, (family, or genus and as inse .alone. permeated.with opr intelligence, our industry, ,..nd.doing! as much slip;:;_-azi.. i.
. either seeing his plants devoured and seeds aurelians in Europe as a means of attractingthe extirpating the plant louse. Ichneumon flies The Antennae Tarsi Pal pi. &c.,. must all be and our enterpnze, thoT remotest ends of the to aid the cominj of the *' .

! destroyed or having the disagreeable task of unsuspicious males of certain species, as deposit eggs in caterpillars; these eggs hatch subjected to tbe closest microacropic inv sti. earth; that bur sons have founded new; empires ,when "the people shall beat .. Jp. 1
; pickin? nfl aloe by one. some hundreds of when an unimpregnatedferiiale is placed in a into grubs, which devour the interior of the gation. But, 'as the farmer or agricultural at present as brilliant and promising in 'to ploughshar; and.their speaks into', pni !
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caterpillars later in the season. This fact will gnuze box, the males for hundreds of yards caterpillars ihemseked, and thus eventually entomologist cannot devote his time to all the future to be more brilliant; than our.own,. ing-books; when natioa shall not ll'tjapthe. :
be more pparent when I state how incrediblyfast aronnd ,will invariably gather and flock to the destroy thousand Many others I might this except in winter,be would be much more If we 'calcolat8.'the growth of popnUti D nswe sword against ntiounor learn war any :
some insects multiply, especially in the place of her imprisonment, where they are mention if 1 had time, and your patiencewere usefully employed in studying their habits : shall find that in fifty or twenty lrs beset, more." W I
warmer climate of the South, where there is easily captured. It will not be improper to not already somewhat severely taxed.- and transformation of doors. in the field, or even earlier Gi Britain .will no longer I -: I 1
little frost to destroy the insect's life and there mention here the result of an experiment instituted However, I must mention.,some insectrvery orchard, *garden ;'and last though not least be the principal l seat of the vigorous race of A Jcnoa wno HAS .-bI1PUL ripl.p !

are several generations. in one season. Dr.John by Maj.Jesse Wood of Quincy, Florida valuable in the way of commerce. The cochineal in finding out.she proper remedies against their the Anglo-Saxons; and, that, although that [the rece nt.Hal.of Fofso BmtC G\mhJ..or Tallahassee) Florida, assisted and several other tobacco growers of that a species of coccus, used to produce a ravages. .He can preserve many insects in::1. race may continue.to rule fb tQrld, it may one of. tJjurjrqenjreqrnti.wa| .asked. by j!
hy myself dissected one female boll-worm neighborhood, from the' ravages of that much splendid scarlet dye, comes dried in the shapeof .spirits wine, and if be wishes the .scientific not be from the'banks' of ihe Thames,or from I the pro utioqib. had Ifnji,: emaswBKMLscraplea
; moth or tnillar, (an insect which in the caterpillar dreaded tobacco worm, which is only the CAt. little grains, and, in 1851, 22,451 cwts., name, he can send'them to any regular scientific auf part of.ihe old c al\try-'othat gave them about laffleUng die 'd.th- I
j state is most destructive to cotton) and erpillar state of the (Sphynx Carolina) tobacco were imported. The cantharis, or blister fly, Entomologist who, no doubt, will.be birth. An.empjr twenty, thirty, or fifty timjs tl?' .
! *ve discovered a mass of eggs ,which when fly or horn blower, as it is most commonly and many,others might serve as examples. happy afford him the required,information. as extensive and as rich'as ours; has already 'Scrplqt!.,, 'I 0- ;
! counted smounte I at the least calculation to known by the planter. This insect, when in Insects also act a very important part in Thus it.is the one helps.the other, and if all arisen on the.ok.we of the Atlantic to en. I Y. air: QDJe1D1IOU 1CnI\" -i! .. .$ .: 1
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ive hundred. Let us take these five hundred its perfect or fly state, is in the habit of frequenting the economy of nature serving as they d<'tor unite the remit cannot ail eventually to prove tice into 'its bosom- .the'be.t blood which remains The Juryman scratched bead, i

II ggs, duly hatched (or the first generation, the plants of the datura stramonium food for millions of bird and fish. The Bible highly satisfactory. to us. Tbe-.Y' F'g. the hardy the persevering thought / fpamoinpt: ";. ._...,
. 'say one-half males, the rest females, the second or Jamestown weed during the evenings for the says" all flesh is grass,"and true it is, for TOWNSEND GLOVER. of our country, and of all- tJW co n. Yea ai!,tl .ell a 1CnJ" i j
ceneration, if undisturbed would Amount sake of.the aweet liquid substance at the bottom take the plant louse, or tpbis, whose bloated ,Washington? Jan. 11,1860.. ,tries"of Europe, that grosn under the weightof .; Seru ei. gNt d heztor4.y!
, to 125/XX, and the third be almostjncaleula of the tube of the flower, and which is body appears lobe merely an animated green debt, of difficulty,and of a surplus pOpulation ,y, 1Ir. Ihuve con cistl .
I! ble. Now.'these mother flies are not very notnerons easily extracted from its receptacle by means bladder. the juices of the plant upon which From the N.(York H rald. and that cannot say to their sons as'the 'I.Willyoa plain tho' -'dl .-r'
:: early in the season, owing to the birds 'of a long flexible. proboscis furnished by na. it exists; this is eaten by the lady-bnp, which Tens.De't. New World does, that every man, is a man, pies.to th. court! said;b. 1a'r78 1'
i 4"vouring them. &? rigor of winter, and various ture to the insect for the purpose. This fact in its turn, becomes the food of some bird or Private despatches received by respectable welcome, for the sake of his manhood, to the "I Mjr wmple,,'jwi

oCber accidental; .causes, and were practical being known.to several intelligent planters, fish, whose flesh serves to nourish'that great houses fully confirm the..fart published bj usyesterday great feast' of Nature, where there is enoughand Honor,.l-,'that ttV aioa.Y.
means found to destroy them as earlyin experiments were instituted.which lam. assured omnivorous animal man. Were there no insects the oCT to spare for the meanest are daily inv bang.I'm..iD ror It r.> r.. ...' .
i. the flrbg.", possible l the immense ravagesof have proved highly satisfactory. what would become of all the insectir- morning,that legislature ted to'leave theaboraa of effete.,Europe, :and Uwas Ofdf "".-I for.' .
The of the Patent of the fresh 'water had passed the debt bill.'This bill accepts settle in morevigorooa America. The riot .
the second and third, generation might be agricultural department erous bird, and suit more as .i :- -1.1 V-- !. ..'. .
prevented. In one Temnte (asceticus) case or Office received a letter from Mr. Jesse Wood, fish An old ben confined in a coop with from the United States government t.$7,750- the.United.SuUsu in reality the downfall .-y. A..n.I itr.sruATz _; _

hang-worm destructive to shade frees I of Mount Pleasant near Quincy Florida, detailing her chickens loose Around her will clear a 000 In full payment of.the Texas debt; arid of Great Britain. All.the unhappy cfreum. The.Ubaaoo (Tens.. 'j
Spuated nearly eight hundred eggs although his experience in this matter.. After Urge space ,of insects in a short time; yet a the creditors of the State' stances that are of prejudice tons, are of ben !, '
ultimoi&
he the this money goo efit to them. With us, the mouths that cla- \ f.oJJPF2&, .. -
(Che tpdmen was bnij&QalL Now, were alldee mentioning many experimeubi, gives tend r spring chicken is considered a dainty snmfrom the treasury I .
aeS taken from very infected tree in following receipt for a poisonous composition although a week previously it.rasy have been ThepaymentOO: ,large moat to ba.fe are cant:of'decay.With Me and fatal fight inMTh A aehool.roo IsWL

the winter when thee ian rooit easily be., seen, to be pot into the flower: ope>ptntof water, noting,on faro crickets. and caterpillars.In of the. United ,States ,roust to'some,extent them every additional* mouth is an additional D I J5 :, It.M v, .;. .
owing! to the fall of the leaf and thn immediately one gill of honey,'and an' ounce of eo alt.". many tobacco plantations flocks ofturkeys influence for a,lime the state of tae money pair of hands, and..tvery additional pair of most. diHrsttinj II-ahWe:
burnt the ,tree would hicompa aLive- This to be; put into a bottle with io>quill .are turned into, the field to' eat, off the tobac market :We,.have ,&icertained/cm the,I hindsi iu increase, t,wealth,power,and to bfsrd of ixcarrwi fa 'Iij:'cda ty.a*.:' .1.

ly free the next,season,.and,by following this through the/cork.- .1'heJioweri'eing picked .eoJ worms;' yet. wbat 'is,better :than*good roost'unquestionable ,authority that, this debts fiderree. Let us poet our; rqiiyfrns; ipQ ;.the UlJAetI tt' nortITotLiLlEfoimrnn .. _, .._...
plan for one or two ye rs roorr, the work off; (as the composition poisonp the,plan,)l one roast, ulkJ *J'J NyiP 5CVSrJ.!1piacesi ltare. wvI divided abf'utaa follows, viz:' To creditors_ ; and great feed'valley theus1lwer.of(be Misiiwppl:and .it wit bold was if. jireefc 'Zb44.
growing gradually 'less'and less and less the drop is put' into. each .ilpssonjand. .any.fly I .to eIieyt;&yele1", men. eat insects. A tbei..nlfaberacrudnapcapat Watson and but three sou_!t.._'tifau
bisect might! might 'BuD, be extermtrated; tasting of tfns will V killed before It can de plum.tree ambJ w routed, is'considered a resident inNew !ted.. Such;is rival in the Wrest lathe and two onaof John Nsy_:... .
inasmuch as'the female never leaves her case, 'Mite eggs.. He concludes by saying.that he grrat delicacy in .o ,countries. \ in others, '.:York; .,.. .... ..$1,300,000 Sooth there is another rival almost eqUllly unfortunafficsyuvj ._. .ih .
butl fo'rrhs'her nest of eggs inside and yet **considers ibis'discovery c(immense value to grasshoppers, or rather'locus are,preferred ; Philadelphia.! .. .,. .. .. '3W.OOO forraidaWe i, ,e oslljrjplendjd,r odIn the wDm&laer. room. Young N. .
tHcse notions pests are. suffered to IncreaseeatIWyearwhen the tobacco growers,.aud J Jf it should lead..to but as tbU subject.is.pot very pleasant.our Baltimore, v'"."... ..'. '1,500,000 .from'CIP'.flDti. .'and.ruing daily UD, re'thajjo; k.sO =
so little trouble would"oW- the destruction of .the cotton, .caterpillar and tastes I.wiI1purse.itrxo further.Insects also Washington.. ... ..S i.. SOO.OOO on'our (.."WtuiJaal fix th* bounds t& J dateJl.w: -Lisbkeflor1.ITtei "1Mt.
: benefit," .,.. .... .. 500,000 future prop ritjpf: tWgreAtAuatialiaaeoiftinentl. ; ? ;
.them. Other insects again'have other bQl1.rni1iU be of j incalculable act,.as scafeiigenTitt. joying Decayed N Oriesns. 1" afJil.
trov ;
)habits, which, it fully known. would likewise N'ow'whatrlr: Wood say* (Cn i ekin; part of animal substances;.others,,.againrotten woodd Other places.. .... _: .73&PQQ.Total .. W bile bthboWcoonirp the'paapVrjroduceabTmVm l cu 5.uiuI. ..,.
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Salorday Aiary: ; V Firs: Back u antJ-Nebrwka.)
n 185*. h iugs. 'V f &
: VV i : hcoT* ;; one of the Northern supporter of Fu!.
'-- TaUalftssec;Via. are ninny who affect tahiaW adis- of that State: The caverns of astVleunesee n"Vf
rupt actk> nioiie. thfyfuJk fnaltA.wuaJ Icr jvcll Fuller himself
as as wu electedon
|'i Jtn. i %.x Imptrtant. Pap?-r.i4 ii* ,* : Unction between northern a.nd sdijiherii Jtnowni s at least a great number of them, contain VI uhlb.manjs1without _ _
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V V V : _- ,. .... tho-aanic sensation
hg bcfouua frinitcJadgownti ; V.V f Ai&tf 'Stt-iK 'ZffSar affZ Voftha.
rst (
e this issue wjjl 4hiiig?, as if they were sejiarpte nod antag.. i immense quantities of the nitrous earth ..frommictfiM weretRo faults ofTofty natorea-not of sbrdi.l -
a Jding from the proceedings of the last onistic 01 gnirrzatceivea ? Trlliiatlltalftred. This i is no souls ; and they looked to the honorCpf I
t\vq throughout the dferent States their : kelzng 41eb.ATe11 them mb
bei years consiitating no one- for they recognise each other 4 e\v discovery.: MflII8 ago V ilL;Vmsnu. couutry-nohs_t ., plunder. --5reward. -rforiheir- -IJoir* ". ** r' '"
fore if this Republic, tho.conclusion is irre- icciJia sueceM of 3ne deadly"fiiel5t
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i tfl & aSbeongirIg tothqaincpxttyVnd: act $ t tVV rIt1eri: earkd.o ) Ica1is,
&istilk' that the country i is ra'pidly verging tjto < V V ? V ::::_ u.J? ccw%...' i raugi
t ii1bii"ti tini teil'xtent.. fI V
jJyr as 0110 cr.'ahlZatlOIl. flissavg tie 1nV tt3e'V _
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mrii Vi1irjjmixM pjijnyjjil 'uULi'1irnitifHiri'.lO' jluRSo plinTefs who are Tn Fearch of itir"forni.ittdn the'Louisville Times" ca n be proved l lies for nperatgwer.ifflltedafld{ V hia seftil VV V
'oflYcnllon
-. 'calcclutVd tcT'olifcIio SSndaW folIoNv the dictates"bf-his'own conscience, -' < ,- iV :- V '/ t.- -'." 4V State. ,'V '- t. !fV .* V V rations 6f a fnU-blfitKli.'d:iKTh5W! Nothing. I
Byilhur, mutual hate of thor demoqratl? l ion of country:.being cut .off; from, all the
(3r)111fl; __ ...ulture.! : lie has eeu .... :'or, to Irre,'think'and'actawe'as"... the'majority1" -1" pafjy. V',. \ ;*j principal* *' -markets r theVcost-of. .*" transportation* +- > > **,, JJMor--fTheapproaching' Democratic am aware (hat this has-been-denied by some,

IktL l; eJj, for, several'yea** in the: agricultural l -the'eomrniiirn' whicn he" lives'rhny"dic- -"_.And.-by their uniting in sending delegates! combined with the working Stnte',Convention-;met at MadrsWon'the buftheT ts.-indfspofcifl Tie*\V>ghfcg.1

department 4tht'Iteit Office: find. itc'con 4- tate. In one section,-the Sabbatlr mUst'behsllowedin tottbe Philadelphia cosu'ennbii,, in wjiich sputfccrnVkhoxV rendered manufacture expense aticlltvrasahandpned1' itj1 third Wednesday of-A nlbqd! beijtraJedby' tail 'Organ: 'says.Ir' mrfrBanV, loScan

wend a fayetuipmtiwr! of tins documcnffb< >'a particular //nanner; in another nothings will, lovingly ,take scats ; V profitless V V &Jogcs|? ; ; ; upondie; ; samebenches ith.Campbell, Grow, ,. from the! several Counties. A Cooveitoijcomposed.of | V
spirituous be eschewed in
liquor
mwt:: ; a Banks \ the N. Y. Tribune of tKe 22d nit, appeared
.
,_ -- and Toni.Spppner..
4.. .- -' _3. ;- : thud! violation V i Tin: GKBMAWASCD SLAVERY; The-New : .. '.few holding *
the ft politicians
of. ,
V .
prox-
a'lerter the
..,' J T--- ---i 3 constitution''openly "Southern kuovv nolhiiig?, may talk as from Iron Gnay R. Peltdn'/mQoi '
: .The Election of Speaker.,! >, !preeh) l* and 'piduily iriculcatedand thus, much .as.'they: please pf"cullig.}( loosefromthdr..noit.ucriibroticrs Yoric'TriftwnV-iti'answe'firi1 C a' Air.William*rBeschke tea fnom;the; chosen delegates! of'tho several her of Congress,;from thq 3d district'bf that*

:: 1bcSut3uc1lltidiig utickcon. in"-defiancoof right, jtutice,' Jaw, common ( but their Agreeing to I a correspondent of ihe WasfirrigtonIraipnal counties* >,*"' V (a* mockery r VVVIL 1 tend'' '"more to' Statein; whicU. frf.Pclton (himself a Know
*y *
t&itI IQ ogl'4311g excoriating. Messrs."Millurard I sense :and r.ll propely;! i is tiiofree; wilt :nnd: meet).( witluljcra i.n the Philadelphi:! couven \ 'r'V! who coiifeiuls {tint the Uerm.ins produce< discord, *than' 'harmony- ** ,,'tthevery and- *'defeats** Nothing,) defend his vote for ''Banks,;not n

: ClarJcWhftneyi Cullcn; Breom and personal independence of*the citizen made to unit lion -is i" conclusive ill."XT.Lc t1. dm their-talk' la deceptive' cilizens of, the [United..States are not, object for which party:Conventions much -on the ground tlytt Banks is** Republican

V Davis; 'who, with' tallowprofes runs uppntheV yield to' tho'arbitrary'die tales or commands- nypocJi.ti'. ;: iirij Colonel Marshall may talk of- virtual and practical upholders .of slaverysays /" were created, V II is a little1 remarkable that as that .he &a aworh member ,of -thcr

lips, and"-Ae. leaven hypocrisy in their ] of an irresponsible and 'despotic majority. reading VlFks and Campbell; ; out of the know -: V V the party press is:8O silent upon-the subject- secret order. In one of the paragrnp! a' of

]catl t *,*#, .jtJiruw** "'away'their votes upon- an im- No longer doMlie new race of reformers nothing party; but when! ,the Kbntuuky know That 'the great majority' of the German that there is 'nOt SOOlti effort put, forth
t. practitabli mnn, nnd' onsequentlj- permitted, depend upon good csampl'i moral srinstonjfnd nothings appointed with delegates to meet in national residents or not, no in practically,this country favor, whether not merely naturalized the existence up tire .Democracyto) hold County,m<;etings The Councils should not forget that it

fiie elcjio* of fltikis, With whatliigticrim'e L the reaso'n of mankind( for the success tiunista.convention they recognised t them these northern brothers and i bnt'thtt tension( and diffn&ion of slavery and appoint delegated, In -view-of the important was Banks who so gallantly) the American1
at
and mfjdemeanor' they stiind.cliar'i'r' -, nnd I13aiILenanceof.their principles. On the proclaimed, to llic .vyojlu their willingness to is'a fact which jBt.-inds but sopronntiently'and ''business to bo trrfnsacted, would force* in the last Congress, and that daring- '
< y .
gfdi" ITicy.} .Etand i "caarged/ wit'i! treason,, contrary, the moment they have organized hftiliale and act with them."And 1 pafpably that \ve think no ore' who j I not be"" out of' place, if'tho, peoplff'shonld'eivi! the late canvass in MausachnwHts,he pro*:
V V >- '* -i* '' claimed and defended
jga :vrant treason, to >rofiessions soremnlymatie'oft for any object-; the, promotion of any;hobby, in thus acting with them let .the/ p st"; at once intelligence and candor can to their delegates some expression of their braska American!. himself aa'an anli-N -

hostility td llie'iiborr.ton' bfganiza-j JofAwiththey :hrmy th'emselvi's* in violent country beat in mind that they are jog'othcr* V'defl'lt.) sentiments to guide;them in the.selection of the arilcr in IfeiinotPamembrrof
trying to down those tried national democrats The: jfr:7wHcYaolljOH'y' on tliis point"iscertainlv ; goal Wandiup at home. TAw
iroh in' llre HoTrltf of R resentatjves ku'o'yrii !; a'nd; : implacable hostility to cvery'oiie who i iV is put IV suitable men to represent the party in the much for his Americanism? "
j V V -f T'slow -> who have so long stood by the South indisputable, and the, cifoits mad *
; ds"lhFb5 T epublican"party.. "They stand char-'i .to appreciate Uq adyantagtfs- .their and voted for.'nnd defended her rights"V 1 1V by the-KnowNothwys to that VclaSsVOf next 'canvass; Who does the democratic Coupling these two''facts' together, xrc Pre*

: geJpuporj!! tluj ontlionty of Mr.-MarsluiU K. h schemes or the nit of the social amcliora; prove partr want for the next Governor ?' Who* at no loss to understated the reason of jho
citizens the. -South ?
.our; adopted daiigeroua to 4
,
V ri.5 ) ;pflieutncky, ; i is thus proved to bc'hh'trno "iythe AboIilioh'
poiiiti of' OWn party wJ13 pitiotkallv proclaim V thtrnsehies the'apostle The leglilure! of Texas adjourned on'tliej [ "- ,. "i'-. .< *>-( **.* *-'" fhajl be nominated for Electors, and who I There eihted aljoiid of union .between
of the ... ,
?,ted Thi U t ) ticyii; time V 'A Vthot4 Sabbatarians V organ country. N: .m& t y shall the Delegates to National DemocratJic them and Banks-
4. b'eiiig bigots. r \ve :JJlst! ultimo) but will meet again for an extra nhil in shaping theu Coarse
V to. .J riil1! : iadce to be believe it to be equally'politic, humane, beneficent session in July The committee appointed I Iii FKOZEN TO DEATH.-WehavxjnoverJieard- Convention support for thur'next Presidency so.as to secure big jeleclion, theIMVC only

,. iLvctliat: : ; : those,, professing Rational gentle- V and pious to keep tho Lord's dfty, )' the Slate Senate to "report upon- the house says (the' Madison (Wisconsin) Democrat, ofso' ? All these are questions that the people; i demonstrated to the country that if Black Republicanism -

uieo-to, ddeat '!1r. Banks.would) support'"hj'j tni! observe it ns a day( of rest according to resolution concerning Senator V Houston lave, : many! cakes of freezing td death as those of should decide .for themselves, and their dele. | is to be put down, they are not

V conservative candidate"of'fcatevcr' political .thc commandment: but we must1 rirbtest a- made the following report : VV V recent occurrence. V ( J; gates .should bo severally advised of their' to be the instruments effecting its deetnictlort' -

classification:. /The .test was ainJe, aud they i{jjaiust all attempts that may be. made it to colorco COMMITTKB It o3r.Tan. 22, 1S50.Tu ; Last week the driver and two- passengers wishes, so that 'they may net understandingly t. SOUTHRONT*
; i iV in the stage arriving at Fox-Lake were found _____ a
ehnmefully abandoned tW'irfalsely;USRii mod I i ( its observance in a particular.form, and ihe lien. 77. 72.? Runnels, and independently in Convention As an I :

I ;Rational: :posiiion*.' V The Sentinel Limself admita..tbat {-especbll !all interference of V n legal characi V V Prcsidcnl of the Senate V: ) dead as it drove tip to 'the door, and two Indians humble citizen'I have my preferences-others O:T Governor Wrstr, on Friday the 'fitbfnst.

he cannot'"justify these men in !tcndirccted to' that end. In'like manner we The committee.on State affiiri-si' to which i were shortly afterward V found near the I Iiaye (heir'; and hence tim necessity of ., co'muiunicated to tho Viiiz'L1a.

throwing; away'tn'eirYotcs-oA'FnlleY.'* 'The-;I'! dp'not'se.e! : ,why those, who cannot dnuk intoxicating was referred a joust resolution passed by the rill.iijo frozen, to death. -,. mutual consultation, that proper results may Ir lure news of the ealh.olf JosBritC.CABKit;

New York Herald, -the leading brgau r.oC the liquors, or others who may conscientiously house of representatives approving the voteottlieIdn. i We now find the following in the Sparta bo arrived'at. CITIZEN" Esq., an associate of JkrpERsOTr.in founding
l' T. J. Husk, and disapproving thot of]
a. IC.J; .. party, IdI ,aVQWB- dick responsibility! abstaintrom their use, should seek, the Hon.'Sam. Honston, in the United States j Watchman : V V the University Virginia, with which Initfi

of ;$he e gentlemen for -he election ofLa by coercivemeant to compel our Vf fellow citizcfiV Senate, upon the Nebraska and Kansas- bill, We learn- l five men were frozen to Election of Speaker-Was it Treachery tution he was connected, at the time of Eii

AzikzFor ebneie and ;{r itMur liistoryCraige | tb'-Assimilatc their .tastes 'to our, or ffiiling have instructed me to report tho said resolution death jiboiit four weeks ago iiti t'-e' southern .MR. EDITOR .?In common with the mass death, as a member of the Board,of Visitor*. V

: tir lioii jtt to compel their.conformaiice, wesnould back to.'the senate, and recommend its part of Minnesota. They.-were in >an open of your readers, I watched the long struggle For along; period.he wa> Presldeotrof the
? .. : sleigh coming from St. Paul. .The: horsey
V
,, without
.amendment. The course
passage for with James River and 'Kanawfja
VLI tlfl! denounce iliem ns unworthy of ft-llowship asenemies" Speaker peculiar interest; and now Compahyiandvras'n
pursued by Generel Rusk on tint occasion went to a.taveni oi the prairie, and top;
$W3. of North.Carolina, Taylor of society-nnorality and the public was patriotic, manly; true to the constitution, pet). The luucilonl went out and found the that'it lias terminated in the triumph of the zealous friend of the canseof in e aal

V af1aonfla Mid Seward Georgia,were abewt \rcel. V -i *' :* V tlie rights of the State, he represented,.and to five men frozen stiff. Their dairies are ,uot Black Republicans, it is ,
S ;from'thexHbnfe, and therefore did not A'niprcinlolcfablo. dcsp'o'tism tlian'tlicsc asOeLflted. the South, and unaffected by any ambitious known." V V V that the manner in which that .triumph 'was
*
v6fi: 7:" HaH they been present' they .would un-" "i uiajoiities Appear .determined- "J '* on aims for.;the presidency.which seems, unfortunately Ozr: A Jerseymnn was very skkandnot secured should bo known. It-would seem"tobe'.f *ONE l

**" f tp-uavp.votcdTfor: V v jl0-' "-i"iken.- e Jar-y" practicing, it is jajpoetible to. conceive, and it stateSmen, of late to, to sacmico have induced the interest some southrn ot the- cxnected to rctarn. His friends gathered n- face demonstrated by tfcVlastr and conclusive V ARRIVAL fet 0? THE V V :

4ul* 4'o!: New York, and is not a'democratl3t1trz'frsotIer1Vd requires no extraordinary gift of prophecy to South 4o rampant abolition, and, listing to round l.U bed, and one ofthefusays : "John, ball6tnnder; ,the 'jpfurality'rule"tliatlt: V V' kw -

voted'for Banks.. Sari foretell the terrible collisions' -which such blind conSdenco.of own constituents, t to do:you feel willing to ,di
,- !iVy%f Pennsylvania was absent Hickman attempts muit'inevitably leadjuufess the good betrayInem. t FoHiis noble course' General effort-to give,bis views on the. subject and and Know-nothings'to have elected Air.Aikcn Advance inV V

tjt f 1 lanVfl* State was': the only democrat sense,: discretion and intelligence of.the nation flask deserves the fullest and the highest approval answered, with his feeble 'voiee : *'I think hOViiOt: -elected ? On 'Friday, the : V POLITI Af.V V :

V nrAeeyt;vqtlng against.>Ir. Aikcn, and of this interfere to prevent it. On the V of thIs other State.hand, (llie committee have I'd rather stay-where lam-better acquainted. 1st February, the Fuller Know Nothings AKn ceo units speak faf\iral\ >|jrlor peace.-.

j ct'.we.were. advised: until the moment of For ourself we can sec nothing good or bund no-justification for the course pursued ." V Voted with the'Democratsfor7a resolution. >- The Conference' Congreai :itra SV'tO meet, ''in'

.. !penning tbia arfi le. He, too,. noted the part practical in these attempts to make men moral by Gen rnl Houston,cither in the reasons given O: ::T The Evening Poglcnr.tainsaletter from cl aring Mr. A. Speaker. That respluthnicceived" Paris about the hilt ifist' JlJ? :was doubtful

of "traitor,'and Irka tho *i? Know ''Xotbsag* and.pious by !legal'enactment, and we are by himself of his defender Tho.joint resJution S'atu. Houston to-the President, in which the 103 votes in its favor, to 102 in the V whether Prussia. The would Qareh*be admrttedjo' theCongress.

Ins'too? inark of j Ciin'tirnped.uj- 1} ii ills brow.I ihercfcrc.convjnccd that their generaLeffect is n$'passed by the house of represents- writer declares that no consideration could negative. Among those who voted for the meagre. Her majesty does* speech not menUon'American wai' q'uite

M-e'taS-e lejiljterty putWishing a letter from mischievous and lives Vii) the expression of: disapprovui of his indde resolution were Messrs. Henry Ml Fuller and affuirsi.1.ATMT: -
injurious/nnd being so,it is eoureti is very miKI. It i-5 a milder rebuke l.ihi to remain at Washington in an official
MaxA'eilJ;< vjhjciiq3: nbjoinr.tO' put towetlhw.tillacioua ithedfity of eVory citizen who rtftll '-desire? ban probably was over before: administrated position. Jacob Broom,of Pennsylvania, Bayard Clark, V tCCOVT1. V

charge) iemocrafie Ve1i"or I the' welfare; happiness and greatness of his to a public} servant under like circumstaces.rrr.ti CaL.VALKEa' PUOCKEDIXGS. nres- Thomas R. Whitney and W. W. Talk of N. A peace V protocol memoranum was signed V

: dtihflt; )" ) tlie: .Ron-election',. .. !? of1 Gov. j I Iol country (q.discountenance them, and instead > o his name isintenvoen with the f'lo- forces of this intrepid adventurer 1 i j jeni'the York, all professed National Know Nothingsand on Friday,.by the Ministers! pf the Ehrp.Pow-

:; \ ugmia: V, 'N. 1 I IiJWASiilXCf to labor to secure the freest and largest lali- ious struggle of this country for the achieve nuni--j opponents' Banks. Mark 'ou-this era.: A short armistice will next be agreed
her 1000 adherents his
to
over strong cause
of
ment nnd maintenance its independence
ONFKB.. 11 1S5G. I J lode to the exercise and was on Friday, before the adoption of the plurality upon. 'V
I q L LV of private judgment ivo V are i.iduced to preiwiit this niodcra and plans, and all seem to promise to make The London advertiser says,-Mr.. Radian.an .-
DrerSir-.ttl article ia thc'&cnliotl :'individunl independence, the'only real basis? ion. V };iim n name in history. V ( rule, AH efforts i oadopt'that rule had .and-.Lord Clarendon had an interview at

... f&ie1JJ irfst*Trep/esenU'*T democratic: party 1 i j "republican govcrnmcn '* :The fqrpgoing EDWARD K. IIORD_ ,_Chairman._ President Riv.is has, with a sort of coup previously failed; but V some-of the Dejnocrats, the Foreign Office on Tuesday, when very

i:'J'ibe tg>[ ; (C'Pyscif' ) "Jncladod, of- course,) .IB j jreni.ariis Lave Jjeen,suggested by an ajiplication V V __ Vctal propensity, issued a decree suspending considering that tKe golden opportunity' had angry words passed,bet ween them touching
know Don't the Central
Notklngisia Pay arrived for organizing 'the House by the American.question.* ;
for. pacc.iu oar columns -to.l.ay before
L1aii ;
for4he failure elect Gov. Smith all official communication.between Nicaragua
The editor of the leading know nothing election of a' National Speaker determined at A;despateh.reothe4at Vienna from Russia
..ofrtVjrginaSpeaker on the-vote for him of iha Florida public n series of;letters//uirging- I and the United States through the U. S. Min co4)Crnthe telegraphic aunoouc qwnt of;.the
i in Tennessee addresses his delinquent once to vote for the rule, believing! that under
paper
.Slst'of_, hnua ,. As the votes stand, the adoption-'of Maine Liquor Law. We i ster. IIo has also recalled his plenipotcntiay i M< unconditional acceptance of.the alliej peace
.j V subscribers as follows : its operation, as indicated in the vote had
decline !
jost
V thM' may soern a riglit concl'.uioi.! Hut tUcfnCtii dong'so; Parker II. French. V propositions by. theCzar.The.Congresa : .
-r -_- '. As' many of you as will! enclose to us Mr. Aiken would bo chosen. They accordingly was to- meet,on the. 17th,
us mHJder!! loot}, h here show that we
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V V Democratic Meeting. vhst yen owe us justly, ''we will credit you CO" Mr Case has so far recovered from i went for the rule, and it was adopted, and -would! probably,seUle by the 25thr-tho;
everjroaUythatlit in oun power toelect'lum.orlliny on our bookstand write opposite your names the effects of his recent accident that he will i but tho preliminaries-prior,to opening newVneg4diia.
We. [ sequel showed that they. liad been
observe with
pleasure, in the Democrat and en'
t other rbnserratrre man. Subsequent hat you aro gentlemen CUBISTIANS !- V resume his seat in the Senate probably next ti flS.r! V. : Z V
:Votrt: forbimself n others prove that undctiuabv'cahd 4 of the Mth'inst., proceedings of a Demofcfalifi Those of you who can't pay, and will write week. V trapped. When the final tug camer--\yhen V TIiyaiitt: awaUetMJw arrival V of the Turkiah -

'. I 1rnpeVthat.ame uattiolic I Ifefe" Meeting recently h&d in Putnam Coun- to us, acknowledging your in1tvtedncs3\\e 11' the question was !narrowed down tea choice Plenipotentiary V i !
V -*vijilAnce"if'Si'which' hastened' to condemn"J '*< -iis; for' !!'ty, East,F1oiiJa.V series of excellent resoUutions will record ns clercr fclloics, and those of you VFrom V between Banks, as the leader of Black Republicanism It is. asserted Prussiarefuses to agree
V vho will not do either, wo will publish this [ the Nashville Patriot.] ,. VI ari"d the-conditions, exacted by the, Allies
Aiken the 1
adopted and.tlie ; as1 representative of pre.jlimmary -
ivfuiing to vole for Gcv. Smith,.will impar-j were following gent I *
V pring, in an extra-sheet, as a set CfcKACE- Calhonn and DemosHicnese. .t to-her admission.to tbe V
National ace. con-
p
: thlly present to the.people the .truth whichiKbsesnigqn. t tlemeii appointed ns delegates to the State LESS RASCAL; willing to .have a poor man 1 a conservative feeling,;every one ofthe ference/ami that consequently that-

.. .nfVotes eslablisirToa I Convention*, viz :-Drv'G E;' Ha-Aes, C. A. labor for-you-for yea-is for nothing, and pay In the vo'ume of Mr. Benton's "Thirty five Natioual Know Nothings, who had will be eicludedirttra! toe Congrewu.Barpn. power

: >\;? belter understand th# vote of the Price, W.; W. Tumblin! W. G/Moseley, S. for paper, ink, and the hire of hands to serve Years View" not yetgiven to the public,there tho day, before made a show of V nationality, .-Brunow'and..Count Otloffrtpr s ut

SilstuItJVien- ; our- manner of voting isexpfajUred.j Sa.QaersT, Hv.T..Seavers' ,.. David Rials, W. y0UV. c'jhout pay. V V occurs the following passage:irelalive to the bolted, inclining,?' iti the expressive and- IgjiificaiSt Russia;-'Clarendon represent England; ,Da-

nie ,roll of members was called Clark, N. ,Norton, W "*>'Y. Dalton, 12.. Wall, Cori: to Knoxvillef, you lousy rascali, V Samuel A. E. Herti a and see'our little ones, chips Clay, in tlio American Senate. 'lti is interesting (a.Know NoUimg '< raACt France; and Denih' &cbaTrkeyr: r
finished Mayes, and W. W. pzpcfy) fraternize
"When that f'and
V Ilckman.Tlie'meeting.-- V V for ComVairtl as a graphic description"of'thejgfeatspeech wl GuZ4uzs of Ohio, il4afl u4i2l far .
.I cpant rryid1; ? of'thc reu1tthosovho1iad.not V crying bread see us with our V. -fv xy :: ?i -'- .- V
*voto'J Xad'a Hlit still.to vole. before the result refers to. tLo 2d Wednepdayn,3iarch 1 bows;out, and the officers oldie law lead- to which it.refers; and :dooa jofinUe thalU'-of Kentucky:! Ur.Fuller, *o.' -highly V ; ; _: : ._ V
$.4 : P VV V big about for debts honor to CO!. Benton, as the tribute of 'Southern Oor
us created to a praised
by Know
\ras:announced. IH; the votej-efcrred to next as the .tune for, the..assemblingof furnisb.you great Nblhingj editors,, >r Sbanno's'Departur ibr Kansas-
.Mreral .Vasipn Jleptblicahs: sat in their scats :tbeT Convention; We tire fearful'this will a paper, and yon \vill fork,over at once !,, i Intellec.t to Lh 'genies .and worth of two'bf Ouglt p resentfdid; not vptd at aU ttia gmng 4,t p.- *'' W4 HKWWWj T b. 16.
: "V Dud you hypocrites, who,a re members of V '
its i B&IIkatiO
greatest ind'1thiiYhig to
'cohtcmporaries;
:t declining -tovot&m4f-tho democrats had roduce-spm confusion-tJ.St110 3d Wednesday liflerent churches, owing* u* foVonr ', Jieriefit'oHjiVneulraUtyV B rbom., Governor Shannon j/ves 'for Kansaa to-

;, h eU.flictr votbiorGov.! Smith, every bo- in April-was the rioio desighatecl liy the low'dare you, around your family paper altars, i mplacable, political cnemius. Speaiing! V jbf clam ajjd yju'tne.yavoted for.. .Fuller, which: A&jr.He Will! VemoVo'hia'6'ffice: from Shawhee'MiUion -

.b. Democratic members' the night'and morning, to God this Mr. Calhou.Bhftieays: .. f f. wa$via thee WOFdI thejllerald 'to Lecordptbn,'tn'o. centre of the
*'here knows?Aafttoso' Republicans'would or X/egislature, last pray pnyus tl V "voting indistinctly V *fiJAr t i' '*sVl jirw; .>-.,..
HenitjhiT'rbW, tis i byWr niles'th'e 'had'.a1t7ghfto''crofftnd :winter, and publishei V The .partyjn the tIay- our debtsas:; Lw8jas; toothers.' ,He! lie did rep1y, and at his'wi 'good time, for' M .' Banks." Had these men V Orders _*V,V jll b lsgUed hftho'Wr''Depirt.ment"tO .
> V West and South have not moved in .the inows.iyou! owe us-aud> won't rV.V pay, andjun'tilrrpu which wasat theend of tifleinty have voted'on SiVnrd5y.a.iheir action '
tu's yet : 7V Sfl'rn
; have Defeated! 1 his clcfr > do on ; acco.Wd(5ei the
may5 of ,
pay, you pray yourselves out to h6wthnt he had srn1t t1i Iai,
3, tion. Our course was'* directed -hol against matter, --nor can they1 in'tinie1 Jbr the 12dWedlviews )reaih7.and you;will Hevei* be'heard !yes/you V nbtV Derntdes, Frday itet( uk : ad : President's Views. There 4 e jrJjQT'at 'troops

"einbwn tact of utter : day lQ'MflC1it 1t the, saintly villain, 'you hard been 'owirij| us long that time. Itwas'flforonridly3hifedilated amielaborately1 .Ilepubh'canig? .wouldj have- been defeated, but i-iuL-Fort; L avenvfroflh,and 400 "at F bi'itRily- ,

[ ; ciec oa..,. aci eycrJcl of tIq e'&eme CtLdn bthobtAte that Le enough/to :Jjnake; us /pbor lmle,.miserable, cdrhposed ; the mntfer iWrd and: they'basely'' deserted in the>Hour of 3d lindand: naked.a d. tnirseJves ide at our conderised! -the; stvle'-chaate/.teHe artd :their treacliery havd shown'1tbi tlieV
GpvSmW'jenoigh..therttieharo ;Wednesday:in ApriiwaAppointed; ASng be. vigorous ; Kpo wp 1L }" the
c44V4r 4b.WTir
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espense, j'Yxiu.get .10.heaven wth6ut paying .j'ther'na +ative clear 'lhe Idglb: lose/the h'gifcrViJ
*% come id. cast tatrma- most likely h>*secure a fall representation \ Never*!" \ '* *J VV -UV" I V ej -* V ; $
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r jo 1 1 f tflp''party. wwb-fnte d'' fhe'sc remarks_ onlyas -V ; the''Object '-'ins'viewItlwi&hartetly; V f. 'S j ft.: 4.biug

o& BUggesfldns fort"theconiiaeration, :; 5VItlVIV of iV oar Cu DespptatcDael) lth ReTolrefs* ortioi and, UVoM r"liV'
: uz tfiejAee4ipthe demo- 3a>terii friend who w0 see jfroin; .l enii the
grt dIeultj geWogflhie Cohvcntion.torether.'sooner loans' ,1fI' .eujVhisrl.gfl4 jisibJlityioi Bank eleclidrfF TJW 'Hcr V :?" Trj **" :? **'* *** J MU.iCIVlM g-. .
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ttok1the1t sec- *
V i tOIth iirM fThm feanKn ,j& ; :'Ly1qthIrs4 an jRUU ussiumf ifBa doUxttuoi.
ihan he time in $ f einV 3rFpler
V specified April.PcnnsylvanlaDefflocrficy
: a fcridanio lui&they'gladly Yumirfi Its g be V remembered that about tw '
9f < the h&ad'tMd elltjf 'V '" 'J'VJ C9r lcfeJi0ra.fl !? 4 sgs ojTfiiic conflfetef -
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1:- ana V Aabama, was arrested in this city pn.rf .?Zk1nihks Ip3e infthe PO 4j' V 44
$. .t c V :* el l.UVVVa.V ? 4iTh&N ald' lo ng 'to V artfinter' DFhaving.firod i afl)4oD4 r wounjj V / ineb fbclddlng iv _
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&tinS1ucdepn| &&, &genniy ani LegisJa i :, Mr. aaarlefcsjAfterj klorW' 7't1JViD4r 'P.1L 8ow1e ,( .

V .. k&iMv UdtbVidtU' to 4 V tuaj.4 tflJJW // lWf JUJ hNebrakajte,!:in3lIi6P between j tqe parties, and they came'to tty apd Jtioiiw V ; V.t t 1ittWbg

? niylvanta! Legislature r eiperieneed r iut aW: ;fortrfirscores" ? V1IUfl ':fjV
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*. to nra. sietan in the wnild that,:{. wouldjw*> rTr1y15nn, uinnlam. -; (114't published for tJiie ninths infonienewj>j.' pwpTibIlishwl
} O1fl S Iu sacb a Happy dVaJl Tv .' Asa SU JIG EQNand PHY K IAj neV*qnaTto what J in Jheeityof) Tailhss.5.] ? '

Cct(9hjDttrJaet I ti i 00B Jf* ? .A WILLTA).( RtTR. any in the Southern States ; Vnl: I'am lmpj;' to.nv S i7 Done oml wieralat CbaruWrV: tbU litn of Ph- frIe LS

V&iiILO* that 1 futnul him to be a perfect gentleman OB: S,1 ruhrv, 184. .. S_ 5 S "
Tsr, 477. al 8, .,J 1 Jt 'I sJ :, ; "- :: ;. J-- Philanthropist] nnd lme all. persons afflicted v1ili] 'ports.5 --4 u' : S 4x. j i i;TAYJLES JJAKERiFelirnary J4s. f SffK

rnDE --4 iijq1 ,S.f Piano, Trtes. C.uw.erto visit the Oocroft us goon n possible! 'nnj The \ foi 1C. 1826. s. tii-7 r i. .>:Pim4 j J H T$3Jan.

have their liealtJi restored. RANSOM E-RMIFUGE -- 1W V .' ,_ __
S E ire d"'t6 funii h PianoS C0O1'1R.1tame. S *. _; .__. -S .
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prepar S
rO&i1tO(1
Ce&'S
I5ba. esct F'Ttci. of the -very, best quality Auenst COtl), 1855.,. expelling ? Worms from Wa -S S. '
41avraging ) P :.,
:
pnrt iWogtlihpral (qrma. xTbey.nhs .- tsr. Mr. Rausom Cooper i>iripd the'above ray 4 COMP1TTed- 't1A'gk :the kCkl" .
1.. .- .- 6.L52Nn41 eecon'd to'tolme-'ja cither presence. THOMAS FERRY, Poi Mailer: \thec humaiiri S 7.X Female DejMrtrotntVrf'Monticello. atS ttfOUOUlV hrsn :

? rqSknsi IP. 83 T22P f) to qnaiitf of price.' "'' ahj 'cwiutry SS as Rome, August 30tb, |855. ::5 '. Nt ysti jn liasy Ylt' The.t Bextrt 9 Ibi 'U ijs tl)**firstS 0 & Sc Brzifr! 1rtfr.Cfleiths.S .

fls1DrroMJL1i pkjJ1S t&ob tiQ ""tvery; In trum itwBl be warranted. also- been administered- Slondnv hi March, litnth9fWc| !>iir.'clecttdirni; b* -5 iws.':';: SS
< .
0 -' to Uto 1 yl' ? "- Shrrv
MILES NASH i CO. Awful Cnso or Cnnctr Cured. eXj'CCtCd charjji.Applf < '
39 riLTeid6 PrMtryed'Quec',
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S lj : 5 f\ ? : S Strktiac (, : :tth4
F February 23; 1856. 6- Tins i* to certify that Col. S. HJ Harris nf Craw.f with rh'e'most ; .t155' i. THOHAS M.TJAtMER. i;. :: -1iius. '
satisfactory t1ti3tI
FlaTflrisC
SS Chairman Coniroittee 'Ac.F %
of .
S rd cairieto rnn in thtyeaf 1861 whh Cancer ;
cuunty a -.- firiJ5s
K
&CJ ; : % T. / v.r ty S StCs'rn
j-- -
-5r5 Pr
loTT ; S -iS < Monticello Fis. Yeast
P Notice.ACONTjlA.GT.will SS rn his chivi) ; 6f fourteen }ear ftnuding,the chin- lyie18M/; 7-41
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: / 91,02000 Lone and salirlll had all becnrm results.torvaripiTs; animals RpeutahOliICS 4. 4
alaji.ls
case UeleU'uf *t WlllOfl'flti:1|] ?(, : very rmeh S Stsrt4Z )St-t'*. fS
B,1., -v-. U ) 09bH5 Rivorl oh Sntnrdny the 1st day 4lii:15cl, and Lie constitution nuaily'uincd.. 'Mr. Harjrii : Notice .wrce.tetsLrg- I. :' ? S J '
toWorms.trhe
.7no O() i -Jlarch Ofnt for therebnildinjj*aid Briilffe. All! bad been under" the tro.itip.eiit of many eminent'physLciftn1 subject ; ; S SIX mnnfiim'after'd.f{ IT1presentour accounts, EiVt iLtutarJ, 'qap1?: : .. 5S
; and them w.s the "p-eat Dr. Sh flUCli.'rS&C.. to" the n.ii; Jmlof'Ptbhjilie fCn'nnry. t5) s 4'is.
:3fi0 ((0Nn. priin* wishing undertake 'thff Job may fiud it to among jvr.ni. for : HoI4' S'
flalAls th-i interest to aitef>J. of Chrrleston, and also, the celrl-rated) fir. Mi.r- : JLlvckEIX.LS,. 1rntL! ( fv a'BnayVettlement te') ; estate '.CLiUet: # : S 5 MELTVtL'Yl*

Reds, 201. 52.1 p/f l .tt; tVbrniry-, 1650. Fhall!!, if HaC"U. VIK) treated liw c.i'
1b.Suar,2I.! .it.SW Pr V-A! 50 5S the iliscfcsc. lie tinriliy went t > Dr. Mar- the ''cure 'of LIVER .Coiii-.V a to lg'' diecl3r'tt'4' a Exentdri o.aj4esuatS t

lO.id.lii 233.00Tallmr '!: slmll, ::s he inf.jrinctl ice, U0 third time, nud he ,lefu.s j 5 JAESc1LL. 5' .ciass"piIs.3rtUehA.ADOXES.WwJj ( Lead&c. .
,
Syrups .
Received S
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Ilal20 ::3D.00 :"Juf S S ed to
JYILLIAM: 'R. PETT3:3. : 'Mr. Ilftnis. he.-rd: of.the many wonrful cures tlint I Ftb.1e. lS. ttfd:& .
k5'iutt'tc'dP' !
495 S \J\)
; eeq\Vax.1jt4ii4.: 'U 9CA8KSS1Je.S S lmitd' tfic Vt'flrifihi, as a last refort! S SICK HEAD- LinieeJ Oil S 5;*
.
barrel
"Notice. ft
4 *
1 commenced treatiits\ an'l iii -
zi4I! 2 1Ocatkp.Shtit1ers: caff, eixivet-k-s the
S ** L' rd %
; -- 'Jf&irsfimafcJ .6 Iih4'g Sugar, ,: S Cancer was all removed, and tleiuc nearly healt-i!.- 'i ACHE, &c. it'LL persons itit1cb1edti tb
value rxrtss2,74,7ooo; () j 6 l.bh. -* '-. crushed, This oso A\M9 been nnd! witneWMi liy u ore thnn lire C5ornl, either by'ixrfe or aceotuiare-rdoestcd Fj..poiPdat.5hh3.and( bos '
20Spirits
psckca
*'nieffc-V l"e" k.Upl[ **"e Co'.tnu ,' 50 i Ssipcrfiue Flour, *iC ." .. liun'ired Prss. 1 have the Career now j in un pos Purchasers'vrill please- S |t' come: forward and fttls! immediately >r. iKn'r pa IarrtaTraiu-Oil. 1 tbICpa'l Yerii !', S

which : 60 1-jttra ;t'2I nny- per on can 6e it bctflinc; r.t nir of perwlbeplaeed! iu (ha hnudft of an iffie Yarn* li/lh* mail >lf m-r-, wore tin! ; :> iu in Griffin. This > tvilnfcsed 1 lr rpealfoe
S 25 Me-s IVrk, '. (, ca?< was be for .A1E3 t LIYIL. .

irpirt t! at Jhc Cdsionr 11t)iSC. TliB Stonm1at SO Primp : THOMAS JONi* uf Griffin. particular ro ask-- CffttrevilU FeU I Ifi56. fi : Jnanaryu.:16SO&- ... .
5 ;
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4 "4 1ntnrdc1ta? Ivy I r 10 ;Mftfasse 5 ])r. J. D. ilARTW, Dr. C. McLane's ;Celebrated .. -A..V : :
4" .5 E.5W.WILSON Received.i S
: 5- 2 Mess Beef. n ; S 5 Dissolution of Copartnership.HS Just, S

S. :1 Dried'S 1cRENSllA\V* X r PHrtnor Iiip h'rct're bet CLuki j..wv.V OHAV.V and Currant *JeWef. "rrnrHLJ -*, S
and era;injj ween v
:. Worms Worms ... S 5 2 *" .Cocoa Nuts, 5S j,> pliico I do, Wiire certify, that witnesses tny If,to'anJ tlie many Above othesthis stated "l RMIFUGE'-w *T "* 'i *M ** -T I Brvar.1 is }th4 i> day Jj&snlveil l.y 'miitttal'euiW > Ptars.3 rdiws*, Llckje4| pyrterv Bmnsi'ea4-u.
25 Wlfwkey, S eye case, j L%'ERTJLLS f tIiL : II. ErTwit. Ul continue tie cabiufct lust M. Pr iervc l LcitK-rn, ('IrU1 $.PiI1C Lpp1eanfld' in-? I
r.r: A great many learned i realises kvve been 10bt.rcStjr Candles, and that S Mr.S Harris left perfectly well. preparedly n th ,;j rtanl ia Q.iicv.' "er, Greeji Gage- MrmadEXeOn Siop." llns'* S

viittcn, explaining the origin of, an,4 clas-lfjlng the 2. Boxes Lemons. Griffin 14 IS5 !. A II. HATTOJf. Mts Clark \vil! attend t > "p'tJnp ."P.l o lfcC r; berry tl.t.! Stra Tny iJpie4,1e1.an4. | PI ? ,
,
Miiy
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in tho buman system. Scarcely B. IL BERRY, vvC-- 41' .- thy, CThw' RnJcivi-nirg hc Rullars'in On vonns generated any Feb. 23, 1856., SmL copy s-_ 6.r c kiu 1 p Jj<;inr)g' courjt y pn reason iblc tcrnff. S-ck. IMlibut an.I.JJia.1. As*>rrl. PicklevAleand S't.tch s ; S I Iso,000
t. pie medical scJenee liasliciujJ ior acr.tfb>eii To Ilio Afflir.ti-d ;cf all Coctogis. I Jan. 1. isa.I P.-rt-r. a .

ati-'vi and profouiid research: ; nfl I yt phv: mns nre Executor's Sale Cotton. I do certify that I was must horribly nQrcted 'cvifh SOLE ?PROPRIETORS Pittsburgh uyaiinCgr. '

rrv lunch divided in-opiuioa; oa the suljwL It u-.i lbe ON the first Monday in March will; be sold l e&>rc a Cauct-r < n my upper lip; which'caas'ed me-pain in J( I BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS S A M}' d LIV EL'V.January,1SC. S

admitted. Lowever, that, after HI!, a rnoJe <'fx-, Auction R tom of ILU.Urry, thirlv-ope d]cribable. After tr\\i\z\ \ the'fkill) of Hthc_ most 'I Iciiiinttit Pa. and takc"ho; : I7E. 'u? TUST fccifired from "Nev 'Y urk'tn 5 : S S: 1-S& S
B.iloscf <.ottonaa the property <>f tha es-tate of the Piijriei,4ii3: thnt I could hu g. of, end thr.t' 3 'frf: ; .. new JJor4S ""Thf! OMIIorastesM.
jelling these worras, and parifjiug the body fnjinu late CaptTLomas Reynolds deceat-ed. Term (Ya.1< without relief I gkvaup my case a<* hopeless, and, as other 'there various t diiV ." by' Mn'. Ann S.St-plicnj. FBE3H' GARDEN- SEEDS,,*,

: rir; prcscBce, is of nor value than the widest
; < u to the origin.- 'The erpvlfinw agent has atj 23, 1S6. 88wAdministrator's Innately for me, .1 IjpnrJ of Dr. W. R, Most-ley's great other. I i'exhlii'anfq'ue5fionnbl! : ; l prnvrr. rommaitd of Lin-' 1) UTA rtn* HatT; wp, palbaje, etst
---- ---. success in the tieatnunt of this di'seanc, sind as u last preparations now di. ,
--C- drnrr.JIr
; % nnd
j ngth bee fonnd--Dr. JFL ht't I'ennifygf, pro- I ;utg igrnii priptii-ivstrong. pt5.5sion: I V j-.t. reived.jjnrnry .
Notice. resort, I placed m}self under his Irejitmeiit, iiud in one.muntb .before fltjL ( 'Et'C. ijrst,Season." n newnovcl tn'h-r tIn'I S A &LVELY.-
jiareJl Vy Fleming -TJros.. is tho ranch K.-.uglt after from the time he eoamicned I the public S
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C
wns '
pertellysuuuJ i I of
purporting an ant"bi"gntriiiy' It( is written 'W 1. Y5
giie
.4 LL persons having claims naint! the Estate of S ] ) 5. 1S58.flavored.. ,-. .
faaa aU other and have been eucvertiirjv. S
and alrealr.EUpcr.'iedeJ 'worinJichfes I
IeQ4 j r.tid b auty, pp.iikJos with imn'iatinend, i* -
JShem d JlcCall. lato of
its efficacy being uiuverCJly aekoowledgedrr Gmlsdpn County, deceased ELIZABETH JISKS. to be Vermifuge e-1 thiriinmt! by originaHty of thmicht nnd oxpres- : Gum Drops. : vw i1OUND3'.jftan.'Drop
lire notified S
htreby to them t. the .
present > '
undersigned '
Butts Ga 27 186. tV' ,
llay "
County, f.ion. Tavpfino *
from
: rhe3icl; practitiontj?. within the! time prescribed by law, or this and Liver Pills. All | the pen of Madam .Tr1 *. ; '
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j S.iml. Ro Chrfc. -t I
notice will be iu fogctlI Fhvored Vimilb. *
PuretfasefTwhlbecareiurto aikTpr DE.CU.EMUTED !! plead bar of their and all V s
J recovery i"
; indebted to tlie Horrible Case of Cancer Cured, I or wi'h Uu'Ji Hull," "Fein. LesrN." and Life anTThautt.s do. .rineApp1c.5 -
VEastirtWE niauufa iure4 'bv persons estate are requested to make others in ** S 13fl"V
145#s- immediate payment t. BY DR. W. IL ilOSELEY, M. D. comparison ]i of Fimiy Fecn. RoseClark upWcU th'r.-j jfputaliin'cf u<;, Lemon.* S
B jf Pa. -All otheriYerI : this aislinijuUheft female n'velit. It i S SS
PiUtbwrg. ; :
os.<
X1CI. j S J') orLnete )
T1IOMA53UNflOAdninitrat ; I do thai I'was'for r.fi'.icted
certify many years bodily with Dr. McLANEs I: ir.tensets'interesting and! claims the attention tf thi L1VELr. -
mifugeL comparison, *re worthless. Dr. M'Lane's r de"bonig oon. with Cancer on my Lip'and Chin,' I tiled ill life are reader frftsn S ,Ar.3' '
"eafnr.in* to e id. Abbott's Napolefn.complete .
g. me' S'ertnifuge1to; ins Celebrated Liver Pills Quinsy Feb. 23, 1S56. 8-8w remedies I euM heiif of, but found no relief. .J liusliy worthless.; erabehsed! | with steel cnjjravinj begin-1* ,

u.nbw:be hai at all Stoj Ai heard of Dr. ;W. It..Ai'>! -ley 8 great succefs in Ititi with the SS
births
repecta11eDccg es. > < -Notice. ,* 'fllr < f. -. jiiug Kmperors foljopring him tbmnsch EEDICAL NOTICE. ;
_, V.f Cancer nflectionft and vnited him
treatment at
TALL the Consulate, Erfp're 'hhd 'Tlanlslarjent' Hi tfnils 5 '1
tUiQt without; the ; 1 .ilie. *
) tijaalzu'Ci.f persons having claians aiit flic estate of Orifila,'and in the'c. of HX wes he ba4 the ConceY GEuiN : MqLane'sVermifuge' anSi triumphs are related with'greatstreugth'rnd the
; FLEMING BROS. Uti Ok t. all removed. I woirld advise all that are arflite 1 'S DR&-pAMLE,4 JpETTONOFFEtt ,"
ThopjasJleyJrioMs, df ceased,' l&.e style!* uiisnrpaesd 1-y mry'American xvritcr;, ,Sub' S
*_ of Leo Countj' are erety uoti5ed to present them with the disease, to visit1 liim and have their health and Liver scribers to Harper's Magnzine are foliVrferl. Tliii their Prcfewiooai Stct vice* (o tt PIt,

Pries oUrotisionsinSew Orleans Feb 0 to the undersigned Executor within the time required restored. He is. beyond all kind of doubt, the moit Pills year logins in January wOTi DtolienH "Little?Dorret." "Office wpposito the tre'f. Mi. S S
law this notice will i skilful Cancer"doctor in the Southern States.Chcroiec can now be liad
by or >e pleaded in bar of their at: ApJytoMcDPUGALL| -& IIOUBYi' IIedgkiasSei'tt. k Puol*., s '
.. ..? r rejcoverr, and all th" e indebted 'are, requested to Co,1 Ga. EM AN' UEL DOMING AS.RErrr.ENCES February Y. lSSG.z s C -. January 6.V18W.. 1 S S
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Superfina Floor,. .. 8S.12Ja 88.50. moke payment immediately. ---Dr.J. D. Martin, Griffin Oa.: DrrJ.Y. all respectable Drug : S ___ S

-.. Extra . $0.25 a *10 00 .' S i JESSE AVERETTExecutor.. M. Puttet, Harris county, Texas ; Grecr 13ishi>j>, Cotton Sed Planters.HE 1 GEORGIA; A\U FLORI1U.DR. .55 5

t Haccrri'-Sides.1. tc n ]0SiwuWers FeK:23.1E58; 8-8w GriiSnGa. JL .. Stores.S.S.
S unJcTsigped harln rn'rchawd .the tight 'of
,, 0c a 10 Medical S FLBMZNGrERO'S JL the inventors. J.'1' A L.3. WAxy, for'theJ&HinaILeoit T. J CTJj S S
Atlanta
College. cjrrluis Breast '
Ilsmt-, . .. .... 10 c a 13 caibeCrcd' ti ,K.O.I: Jtffertoa. aroxiow prepared to manufacture : S S P.rattlelff D'eiitiif I)

Lard, ; .. .. . 10J a JOi THE second course of Lcctuies in this Institution LET THE PUBUC READ 60 'WOOD Si., ,PISUflGII, PA. them to cn der. Tht>e" seed 'planters arc undoubtedly ;?". ; S_ S--1 S _
commence on the first day of May next, and Is the afflicted and the best use.Farniers -will dvvell ilOXTICEXtpi
Mess Pork, per hbl.,. C.50 a 17.00 ? four mouths. mercy to the Gratitude' nnd high Solo Proprietors. in "to" IN.THOMASV-ILUiGA;
cjntiuu MOSELEY1 call and examine beforo. ellewlicro.S their respective.mp *' ." opinion I: entertain of DR. asa Snrgeonantj puntha inp ;
Prime aSa FACULTY; SCOV1LMEP/ counties. HeiiWrt norubcr of.Arlin-. :i iTOOC
Pljysician. I deem it my.duty mention the case ; 5 ( WILLIS BALL. adji'tat BY [

ar.. . . . f> c a { ALEXANDER ilEASS, iL D, CLeoustry and of my wife hoping at the name time that nil peFfons 5 S ,. N<>. Ill, Charters.SL. New Orleans, TnlIshsee'TebL'156. ft- .. ial TeethfruO fj ; LL.tctEe laiteif.

-Molasses, per gal,. 34 'c a 34 l'harirwcyi> '_ :4 S similarly affli'-tetl may IHJ benefitted l by it In the Gcaoral WholeSAle agent fur the Southern States, to improved principle, givingtnem"ll t tWutifnV W'-

Whiskey,.. . : 40 c a H. W.BROWN. iLD. Anatomr. T first part of this year, my wife had several nnall lumps wbm nil orJers must be addre cd.SvMdl.y : 1V[IaTaWholesale like appenralfcc 'whieh! approacftrt WatBreko Bcwl/ S

flop*', ., Sea 48s JOHN W.'JONES; il D, Principles and Pnutice. to make their appearance in her breast ; they cotrtin- Aniii 'Uv%.>K >ri r Jlrtl Jr- Miles and Retail Druggist, as 5tochallcgt?tteit! jAl' br the ektolerver. -
of Medicine. f ued increase" in size, -until the"whole breast became >';ub itt: Co. Tftllnhnpsee, Flu.; J. S. JI. Davis'-n. iVrJMHi.nc I operat'ior*x-rifhtir: NATUre

India Bagging,. . 13 c a 14 W. F. WESTMORELAND, M. D Principles and a diseasedma'?, and very' paiuful. 'I piocnred the Quhic-v; Gardner 'Milli. Newport; W. T. Carpeij- Nwronr, FLOEIDI.O e UAL .Teeth.! nn, l'wi hl iin to'Aperfr'rni" thoi taivhjrj.np'pIvjiig'ROffijJ .

Practice of Sorppry. best medical aid in the city of Home and rwtwlthptnndin" ter&'CoVjiukeeJiabViIosely & Pope. Madiioir, RDRS from' PlijpicJani nnd fkatcrs put up have Tllefttrkine t>thrfoll
Price 4n Tallahas, Teb23- JESSE BORING, M. D, Obstetrics nnd Diseases ; the carneit and faithful attention of the most Palmer A' Dr< ., ilontieello S. Pnieslen. Moutk Io ; \vith the greatest car&bruan' whhwi1 lrdrto be4tiOH.I.'werhanhr* vy

Superfine F'lour11.O0 a 12 of Women and Children. skilfnl phicLssh :" onMnoed U>' grow! worse and \V. R.''pers A &>.. Chntt.ahoochee; Bdltzdl A %VideSfl F 2, 1956. K bet u ofrcre
Extra .' . 13.00.. a JOSEPH P. LOGAN; IL D, Physiology and General worse, until they gave the ease up cs incurabJ and < ifurianna; Nicl .il'.m &Zi1er, .Baiiibridge, Ga.; *i For, Iliiii{ feVlfi wltk" con FoIl Sl 00:8V: 50. f S'OOamou'ipf

d' 14 Patbolojfy.J. dvie4 amputatinn.' I was advised by, many of my I). II. Dickinson, Buiubridge ; R Sucas'TlOiuasviUe% Planting Potatoes Ploughs, &c. zi ,'t tavity aid

'* X j3lc G. WESTMORELANDSL'IVlMateria Med ica friends to visit DR. W.: R. JI03EI-EY.bf GrifiJu' Oa. Ga. S ') BB'LS.ryellow IrW 'Potatoeis, ". uWjtvf} l S'lr Etneth: ? tetffb, in'OWdt, -
14c a | 15 and Medical nriipradeuce. it ht had February, 18.1G. SIySig.tIiid 0 onTj' s55riis'iiz
4 which I did, 'and.aslonishinj? as may.wem, d 300 BuneLeu Onion. S.. 1
Hams,, y. .. .. 15 c a 18 S' From experitoeBfs made last session, tief art iscftablisbed Jttr enttrfly cvrrd within one month I and a7ie is m>tc S 400 Lbs-'enperior Dri&1app'ks i/i fo'r ii( full ir.F'Yi't'yiett-ofie.tb s ( SpLATrwithC'1tLIU9CM3

l5ca beyond dispute, that even for"Winter dissections advise all "SkelciiuWagon.. S Carolina re.auy.iiuly )
Lard.y. :. 16 in rjfifj health.U I would \i ho arc'afflicted R'e; -; S 5 5 S

Mess Pork,. .. .823.00 a bodies properly preserved are preferable to those with Scirrhus,and Cancerous affections, to visit the etA S--' j Brovn and Crnxltrd Sn "
not prepared arid that warm weather does not S0UTlfltti CMUIII 1R1POSITO1t1'. iust'., (
; ran without I satisfied Fertth Florida'BITOW ,
'4 Doctor delay, as am by experience n ot,- '
Prime ,e_. .. .".$21.00 n"1.a dcr such subject* offensive,if sotnulirheB >ut up. and observation," that he is the most skillful phyoic'nn' Rough-and Ready and Fly Twlaeco, .. The ding I IIa services irt-anj prrtkwof th.
:
''I i. i c-a 12 FEES for the eotiie course of Lectures, (1 O. Matriculation in the Southern St.atesin the treatment that horrible THE subscriberS begs lenve to iuform Pitah in G-lb* caw.' ,. -' above named V.itnitie or any oflreraeetini of cojontry SII.

; .. .. 55 c a (paid once only.J'JS.) Dissecting ticket, disease-Cancer.I : Mercliauts and Planters, Ibfltho Na l'Bro\ru soap starch, .. atiutv.

\VTnstej,:. .. . .60. c a 05 (obligatory ouee ) ?10. Diploma, f 25. I / WJLLIA1T H..Mn"CHELL, :- line ripened a Repository the1 sale Star Candles. tciie, named Post Office, ,recIrs, prompt at-
Good board ran be procured at from S3 to ?3 50 ofCARRIAOES; BUGGIES. te tention. /5
iL ?. MlTCHfcLL HARNESS. hAi iui-ici:
Rope,;. .. .'. .-.-. 12 c a 124181 ? s'o- S
per week. For further information ad drew, )Javtihltrje: u, RomttQ 23 BEEK5IAN STRELT, Re KXIXQ Taaocoa.Ttl 18
Bradbury, a. 20 No. 60 ,
.. & J. G. pbnffca, --s.- S., *i-r.5&: a : '
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WESTMORELAND. -
STBEIH' Eimuwtcr EITHER STREET.
Rome Ga October 25 1854. SPBCCE O S
S )5 IU '
S A J
-fcOF Dean of the Faculty. The main fl"or/lS5'( ) feel in" !length,) affords ample. 50, 60 '- ,. Lam: '- -r knox Cr.WeamGaorgu.
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z Atlanta, Ga, Feb. 23.1 856. 8 .rogm.for Ifecphig always on band;a. large and com '. S llox.J. I* 94.iI1rY IS
100
.a. ptx. CO ninU,.- *
and i S CwA.LflrH .lFhc.nmsvifle, 5IL ,
plete.as&'rtmc'ntofevery description variety, at '
ALL persons -that are1eriroo onivailin them 100 10 and 11 plough p iaU,' JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY thai t lierewith. S qri
per ..
i't3i SIJ1AR1S. selves of DR. JIOSELKY'8 serviced, will find him ntbis !'Having learned the trade in the-FattorJfJi1 Jh- '5Bides P1cillthn, ., 01 ', S W. S. Dn.wwaiu.iaiJ -, )
teel hoes S
S S S S
LOTTERY.Er INFIRMARY BROADWAY, GRIFFIN.GEORGIA. -, 'ther fee ia familiar wfth ie irtraeijtiuth S ; tsCommon '
practically evetT.
ARRIVED Lii
: : Wi'edcgALSO- : S '! ;iotLcnu :
.. i ; basiness, arid is therefore oversee or- ,
Feb, >3j* ?clfr. Tv>h. R.TeJFaDceti.A'oin Xew Patients hoarded at 81 per (htv. or $16 l per month. df.rs for any kin of wort erjirnsted to him- and sur S J 5 k '

Orleans, wjtb 440 bbkfl.wr' 60 io. 'ttlmliey, 16do."apples [ ArTHOEixr OP THE STATE or GEORGIA.] TEES in all casen, to be agreed upon b'-fire ,ntHrr- >enntpiaJ every t.gof its rnannfactore S Tauclure, Dts'Kalb. ato l !>>g Am r O2tbnrg*. .5 1 5E. ., s S S 2 S'S

6 C casks bacon, 60 Jo. pork, 15"da eugar, 60 taken. No cane' will be received into thi -tAlli.h- "Ufa !J0n; resK'.fnse.in the South and V"e8t.and intirnatc'tuowleclfff S Forsateby ,G.4 J.IErINNISS. : :

bluj.iuelMsei.12 } do.'do, 60 bags coffee 12bbl .Lhd .. 4 5I Lbr.t unless it is believed no xami atioii, that il can of'cvit-ry section; nnd hfs'' experience Feb. i :; .: -5-41 BA kID j ; ::3

potatoes, lZiba s cottonTs'eedj 50 sacks corn sod oats, I L Q TtTHIS be cured or admit of relief. All cases rejected will white"with Slessr Uahlwin & 8far*, and MessrsProfliingham .23 ."S: -"'_ I .

to %nntrne invariably bo cbVjred *5. for csauiitiialion nnd aoylc NeweH 4 CcT gives him many ad van. Notice, I: .', 5' WIfLcflNr1ETjS ,c ,

14. Brig Oeo. T. Ward Borrows. from N. T. with Havana 'Plan -Lottery I IIWELyE Ij All letter*, to'entitle' them to notice, must enclose tae in the Selections"rfquiifd? for therdifferent parts :IJ pnrsuinccof| an ac ,.oflfceL .D R1JG.I] S l ift3T

i2 packages assorted mdze.to suodnes.t a "Etam'p" for the'payment >f'pqstaere.. and be directed the conntrv. 'AUo, nfl acqunmtance1 with the f koracttr Florida. fcrwtini;,au act to iua'.rporate' 'Bnk M.DJc.rvtEss

-. Brig Times, PtlDbey. fronf Cliiarleston, with 506sicks : HUNDRED PRIZES [ to .w. M. LEYM.J>;; of II rti"/-. Zrrt/V, Ttaertjftigtttef MTiech. ualily
saUjIpp.'fcWs, lime, COOO brieks, 8 ;packretooltj j GnSw, Georgia and size of Springy and Axltt necessary for the the 14tb December; 1855, Booka'fur/theH; ubMriV) .5. ?.. S SS
Sitercei tzitton Ie'bo5 ndr'ta "saodry February 23, 1856. Aj -.8, tion to the stock
IS i particularlo alitjc? capital of said "baiilc, will be opeyed '
.. .: vrJStarMr ',t# ,, r 1c'o5a Particular aton p.i i3 ttf> special -orders,. either .intliecity ofTallahasaee. at the Counting! Iiix>fn'of :OFTu1 ; o ;

c.'r&nde'btitU.s. ?; Sffl CLASS K. Town Property for.S.1e.'rE through mereJjAntt fir.to lue.j.uliBcribeif. direct, and all DJ 0. Wilaon'fcp"W ay the flffi ihrr ofirarfh I3 -' :
mail ,-L8tt.55. ptices; arant4d'tbe aslow rfs theSrork can possibly next;under th foperinteedeneeof BifleyTB. Cl S S ? :r.; H

;. Steatner.Flerjdi, Ci5t2eo Item Key West, with S -54 undersigned offers nt private sale, the fotlowj- be famTOb.ed,' ab3wWch Vill he eqaal,id evets'repecttollat'brrtiftvery'be8t -- BtllamyVlWL Gamble;Joseph CliaKetfG. .i1, %yard. ICerotC1iuten and ,

*U.S. mail and fruit ? I VnEirner' having-aanooDcedbia determination described property, known as the Jra>is' Lot add oWest, city orcdua Richward Hflyward.-R.-Ar-fibinfr-Jrti'eo.; ; Anderson, S Jtiu*ry 19,'I860.Blackfimlthing.. '3,' : ,
15.-Brig Suw rmee, Monroe, from New York; witlr .1 to make this the most popalw tLotUry in the viz: Lots NOS..S. J5.57, SO, 48 HO, 141/142' 143. try CPtAbliKlTraent! *? J 1k&Iereaa "r-S) S.. S Ss f : S

300: bbk lime, 250.sacks aIC200 bbls.! assorted mdze.Brig.J.jp.Anjersoo world offers fur March 15th, a e1ieme that tar surrjus- 144, 226Z7. 35. 2Z9,40. 211; 242, 24S244.245. 2* BEEKMiS" STREET is within a few doors otfTeTart ndIsase 'Harrw, any fivt ot ,whom are S. : ; 't'tpHE S

S t.EuJret; S sea anr" n> ever offered in the nnaU f.Lotteries. 48, 4925O. 252, 253 254, 2582fi7.258,. 268"J; all ,' on ihe nthJ3rft; md acrrw from the Astor aalhorized to form' ,/ "* TT ri.s1 t .
Migni.a
'X8. PiUd4 frox.5Iwcbt. L ok,to your interest--fixainiueUo'Capitals. One in the original plao-pftbe ty.of Tallahassee."J Honse;arid fan line from' Park Place, Murray, FCbSS sz6: quorum6 5 : S_ ;_ Sn co-partnersliip for I thIs. 4D SS
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CLEAEDPeh. prize to every Eight Tickets. .-. -ALSO- Warren and Chamber St?, near the brick Church, jns4inTth4

.i 8.Bark WndSiuryJ.r*,for N* r>York. Ten Hiousand Number* tbnljl I One Prize to Eight Lots Nos. 1,2,3,4: tl, 6, 7, in S. County! qr. ,, Lovejoys and'Clintpn Hotels.offiea : COpatne1hipotce.. '.. bpan.heL.JP1th4ria ,- S
1656 at CON S + "" t. __
Ticket To &eJrazen Jfu'rehJ&th; thvin.eou .ui aoaoranjodction?, and paTowps JOT1CDOL7G.tLL. "
with I"O- k
867 bales -A ,
Upland, anl 14b21eS. t ftottin, 24 S S

ee tobacco, 5 iMile <.6<1 28.. dry'.bides, 4 bds. awl10skinttifeular teuder CERT HALL e of Col? MaO Oeo.$JL Ox.Logan und *r b4.Janic9 theawornuperiri A. Iviebct, Lct.s; Noa.,4 12, 13, 15, 16, 22\ 25, 8?,'40,' 48, 6f, that 1e.i ffy.iy iteijleasure/. tietm 'k ft calf from,InYfi'ifflSl IMJ-.trusts, THE: U2TDEMIONED-MTC Mt day ratmiilut and borriV t&1iyg ur Ale. fo'lhLmrySlaU J'dTaH-kind* of YrLkke..iThu ft/tp. .

-Jfc 3E .
aw. :;* j 62. iUi totfidOopnty.nuartM'.,. T --* IrpwWqsewbo wlJliJp'JjIiia'the.favor fo'eiamjiie partiteVrfirirtrfeiTfy#, business of Bool
-' WrBarfc-A a Fji. Wo'fe,for Nw Y'rkwith 12 Equire. S crfVcd; s pertt/fdirrflerlV belonged sellers and Sf.itioDen under the atlean4 kaw, and *peianttrttion given to horse *ho aiiig'iug' .-
ThIIiie adAnd nnqf'rjo-
-... ...tt.O001"I't'izd his fissortmcnt, itn Jjbeuii fthel lj.eatablUltiDeot ? S
lMtle E p.thredfeii'rj dcie.Iit .
$ furtheT-infamWUo terms DOUOALLt 11Ow3y. .rder. -
n& whero all
bbpota1e to Cfov Br "wr Fr !* artielee b1ong
2 bbls. syrup, tfldit mccj 0>dze> 4 -.. L [ :; ...>;,- $ .,.?...VWi.4...... .' which will be Jiberal BppyM) >A.Pf rry Ai ke Eeq, to ha the Southern/Trade solicits,m the sluire.lOwer" part ofiue.and to their buiiaeaa ill be fonnj. .. 'S P B. nroxv .
'z '. .,. .'. .- .. .1 City, rttBpecUuIIv a / patronage, '
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1 4. SUratner C. VanJerbilt, 8Lf1teyt.WiL: I. : ; ; %! e. ? 1t S S S' DOUCU..LLflOflBsJaO4Ir.1Sik -,
He refertlwee tft
to widi'lrinr ?
begs acquainted ;
) any &hiIiSZ. 'I
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mail .. kj5-t S
MAiNU.Uctil
: cRA1US5P.;
s,3
$ ,
15i S
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S of the JctflinsjiI) w City/engqged : -- '- -'I sl.j ;S S
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15. Steamer Fimd v CorzeosN'eir' Orleans, with ; : sld, theabov pertivilrbeforS the SoulLeVtfof-\r4rfefrf 'imde.4'Grerifl :S -5
..': ,. .6.000 f :
U.S.OUUL. .* :cri1zea tft.LWe0 t :4t ? : ,

1C, ScLr. Wild Piyenn, 0'Leary2Tcw Orleans w5 N 0O4 : February: iu. : freight L4aejr, Ax. X dfscounf"allowed "to the : 22 bales .. .. Lisu/ance S Jacob Eliot lite of Leoc .
6012flL' S ,
cotton 50 tib! fpfe< tiirpenTine 35 bbls.tar, j"j t : St5d trade. : *:"LWMT poonty.iJeceaBetl are S.ez1qe
: 2 ,
SO bbl<. rosin oil.S3 feU ,rbm>Itboz *.*-;,: .,.:, FaptorjrivieetiDg, .> 5'S'S : Ii Mc'DONALD. herebrt1hYcf'to? 'pdetif tH? sia 1o t4UndersigneIproperty Mill* Fli or. to be ftohl u fL>i'ci>vewr
1 6, New Or1canR in 500 *, Prbe.p t -C. anthvtitkafc&.trirhtoHh tim prescribed by .b.
'E ;
Appro '
: W L iu referring
ftnaiii fe a hieei5ns f th'e, fftnm South N.B.- f. fcDOALD4takcS pleasure Jaw. Adalt
bflut. ,
ftsl ; ; pefaoqaJwkbted to tbe"vest4t .*f MitJd r Jann'24B lC; "j
.v Sfercfnuitsfof t I' fJtSfn S
the rineyv -
held at 4he to :
jgb3ff4lar& 1L M.Wa )llwiufactoring CompUny" jf ,ed/Ar >pjae t d to come (.1vrwa d."and 4eilfisucli'inaebtediicss. -f
S&nMay In-1'ebrury, fr the 5ew-Yor! bruiry I 8, 1 8&; .. 7 ,. ; ,;.- "''"." ---
Priz t S
2. O. aiAt ,
44 ze $ Jieketi $ ; ajm 11 ,5iuae, a t.osc4MTniste fur, hert.nst WILLIAM S.; .,

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year ; Jan. 13, X858... 3-$5w' ijjand S Jewhgtoa j.a S
Oa rMetn 1- TTTiLITbetotd at the :CtIIbuAe4at4it1a1ii- S
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er bnin Mr. _
brt1flei
Hap.to X ;,-vo tEo tbe"foTIo fng negro.iIea, thepropertaof tiwjestete
;c & : Wi***Iw.l r tr nd ezperienedc1tIManItL : ? .E1. R1CRA11D5OYir -
di 1anwng ttmj ai.u rjaj.
crLeuLVIto Miii .itwrfft* SI,: sssw estife, tiz: -$- ?? Z <*V* s rj s i r oy e; S I, ;4
& ibonli
** lug ( S'C *oB wSifr about 30 OkMOND. :
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pay9eD' 5,
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UJOBBfif&BITBBV 4TBr. "' .. ,
i : A i> exakiiae DAVID. a'WILSONS. )Urjre An Irtn.I ;"lleritl"tM nWiIIC_1er the fris : ''1IIia1.<,.It. : r oj ,: ::.\ ; 1.o t'1 j. .- .!

ieaw :: cLveil selected 1 stock of gn d. pnrchai l'by.hIm tdi4s 1"ldWYfil1s\ '' .f" T D'.t-p ,

't oem itinc not only of die''rraliws of life bu also mntaalcnnWnt.J>Kleinshavinr} &*w dof,at! .w'J.I .. t..I 'tI. ga"' '
to>f ntr. itrWj1ab
TLLEI1ALTIMORESTOVEflOjJs, -t article well adapted plenw all. rV>t only, nqtinl his interest in the Mme to. Ben}. IL Wbitlnek..wtxv that ihv.Wn*..r.t cl.we.-'3 M.'CJI.tti.If' ; ..We&u3tf ,-*,.

awn KA 7ACrt'aEU or, t\'and_4tTl Klmt in )rieeL Tblutrit-kn'ootJlft. with Erl..rd A. WMtkefc are aitbaried. tt eloe the M tUventaia *WP1&W1kt -
"nct.tbe Wirv1 > ; -
PATENT y Inat- bo*,eetated paruenUrly) f->r the FloriJ mar name and who will euotbue the' bottaeta (11I. their. pn fo ; 11114 1i.-peT" "-.. "" f .Wu.
SCOTT3 fln.athoflK1er&n
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:; ed he will he Uetn tell art 0' aeeuat Ra 't1dItiMa. hnI.t. li8 0
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.:lb b.rt::; s'e tr efeets T--t '.ir zTc
!: nnt for easli ADd the nf the 1I U iLIVETITLOcZ > ,.. ----- -
W w. only pmdnc ennnrrr DwtW-ik'In aU ha.,.r branch. 'They irWrT.sIaritI : I' $4
I C hut also' to tbneo who hav Men 'delruf} With bin -. DAVIDEDWD WICHOL" ; 'asop I
'tO PiNliit'.iHl'l'1.nat-OJfrHt > F4ill.-'"
P-r years. All thiwe wisMoc tn .. we would A. WJI.1TtocJtIf.'TOI'k. .Fill ; rtih' Pa1.te;'deth I ;ttiJj"f tic.i 8 I

_a!VIM tn tail awl) see thSLO .flfftdid Pe.L'1tU. [- II dentition..m trwth**)&wsuedsyjmmit .. .i pi) f.cethc.nE'rY1I1'C4; of _

Gtact. Cben Hatb Plaid and striped to full 1 rtttnfnWfheTeHr : -aadsbat1 _
ft Me a
artificial Mfe ** 'C.\tJr8111\ 9MVAid'l
Solid and Plaid iTe
tpa Rmeadfe xtaiM4Za: : fJII I 1 aM lmrnd; .p 'wkta 'iw4noot* .

0 Oro do Hhioet and Black Silks of all prices and ,. an : .;' : .'randerng tnem'perfterty ihVitke reatorffl am prtpared to.fathumatie ... :7.._:... .

qualities. the month to it* natural fobeea,end remedying I Ial1lmpttft'CtInD trw'lA *.tics
it. .
1 I- CHNGE
: re Back:: and cored! Velreta, ; in articulation,and perform any othernfli.ysjof : .
S.li SoliJ. llJ, and fiirnrml Delaines.Kmbnileml : THE BF any : -
( Wen tatelTflfl1w mutual% '. J.M. Science.

: : _-1 Black Bombotines., plaid and black Alpoccas A EDWD A. WHITLOCK. have associated. with Slaving'bad several years practice t in New.Ot1.. I A LAXUX:AJfD WELL MIXCT iTOCK OF Are rta

them und lir the OhkJental College they READYMADECL0.YH1NO'
being graduates ,
i CORN AND COB; MILL. Spanish) an-1 I Mnbur.Debnie Pasta J. HAVUMTIOK.Ouvra h. pe to eive entire ratwfaction to all who may favor ,ftJt"water via,.
Lare-l Italinn cloak] clutbi, W. DODOC. and Consisting of every ftflI
tl) with their Practice warranted cnnaaltatSoc -
rmtronage.
m
I BUek and colored aol silk Talmas HxiraT Cayu snob ii Cloak Talma C&s Title,.PutI ..
Tttteated Ladies waited
May 16th I( 1S51.-Cop/right free and charges reasonable. ofaZlowJa4ee. .
Talmas.
ecnrcd March 1st 1855. English plashed fir many year enputerl with the. old Firm and win on at their residence ifdesired.Thoee which will be dispsaed sad 8U ,, -
: Dotted and embrwJtml laee V-Ca, eon-toe trIMPORTINa AND OHOOBRYBTJSTfrBSS. I .drsinnsr their ervice In tMs and the adjoin. Also,a large lot of Plain Fancy ckxobeelu.; :
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I.'if ittJrIpo"i tktb-nrr tttll be prnetut'-c Solid plaid and! fijrnml Bareges, under the Firm of n. H. A K. A in'r Counties, will be promptly attended to upon application UndeJ'lhbU Cravats Stocks flo.liery.wm&&,%their ,
'to tit txtit! oftkt late.] Wad and colored Shatters, WHITLOCK ct Co. and T' from the old stand letter otherwise. Terms cash or Those desiring .thorough ont-dt --
.1'Om by or n th ,. .
Welch Silk and Flannels call.* a
JOflJLft
tile a
Ie irate 15th JiUUlII" 1856. their the residence own interests by giving LLo-Th
84 Front Street on the to when required. Office at nearly opposite grstcira.adi&1i ;
Red and Flannels. I tie14rshaheenu1tetcdwitb
o LITTLE GIlHiT.'TVl yettovr !w watebnoae. No.. 13 BBZHZEfAN 8'1'., (CC1r. the Episcopal Church. M> Flannels of nil color to-
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Opera of NIU MO.) firnt.Street above the Astor Boose on references cin be dren if desired. special low to tbciradsptatms PIU.TOICtJt. : -
": saHriner having cured tbe ,.lit from LT English and Erench embr>>idered bands JOHN
the opposite Me of and four doom from the Park. Decembers. 1855. 8 -4VA
1 Sc UtiMXRNTan i COB MILL.kuown 'Lace and liaen C. Handkerchief. COMMISSION Xll
.. Mi" <>rr.trts < their No'rember24,1$5. 1JT Alt
O' where they wil be most happy to see friends and w "
the- LITTLE 01 ANT. Kmb'd Collars Hamlkerchief and Undersleeves,
as are now prepared HDS. BACON,
all who will do them the favor to examine their stock. -JN.D
to cxecate prompt h'! hi a tboronj workmanlike Embroi.lered ChennrtsotUt and Collarettes JLU 3 ShnuHlerf. Notice to Contractors.Omcc .
The senior member of the firm, B.71. Whitlock. ,
winner, r.ll orJrrs. wbulesaVe and retail of said Mill. Bine brown and green Veil Bareges, embraces opportunity tn retnrn his acknowledgments 2 Plain Hams, or STAn BCCTJITMTA. } COTTON BOKR

The rcputari'Hi won by these Mills Air the pas! Black love Veils f>r the kindnew shown' him through the long 10 ItUt.! Mess Pork. in store and for wle by} OKAXOX Mm. P.O,ST.Jow Kma,Fut JAvocrr J-
thmu liotit th. UnIted States is suffioieut Thread Cotton and Linen LSCW. TALrAR4JPLm.
v .ir ; a purluitre period ot his btuineM. and trn U that bit experience HOPKINS A MEGINNISS. SOrrf, 1855. ) ,
of it.utility! am! esUbluhcxl 1 rkiracter. It hast Cambric anl: SwU' edirinirs and losertiojs.Bobioet Dec. 1, 1855. 48.1I0nnCI" will this pr.partd battesd &e aD W"
and application,with that of the junior partners will PROPOSALS U received at 18 .loa lbe.4
a \rg arn,tnt ur and labor to briiig tbe and Mantilla Laces, SEALED aN of Lanai-Real
money t'OUDt.1
prove a sufficient guarantee that all orders confided to the 20th day of Augnat.185$.*>reoostructiug -, E4d.N1,_ C
Mu ill) it Ute and is offert Colored Merinoe tan J'tnitare.
.
to present pcrfcctim now Round Beisee Mules OI nl.
the Uous shill continue to receive ample and satisfactory Canal with He Mrcetsary-appendage, i
a i _
'J Plitiitci 3t x-k Foeucn and others as A com Curttin and Drew Calicoes. Wed Iod&a l'rua
colored straw Bonneta -. '
at t.,If iUrI. such Lift Licka Guard Locks Basins. & fromLake aIIeIMeri
II
prt articlr uf!mrftanlsni, nraple and pntcUcal in use Embroidered Lace Qnrtains New York, January lAt. l6.< I LA Ladies colored straw trimmed B.nn.W, the St.Johns Indian Bids! laso,4&
Barney oo .
.nJ .lar Ue in cuastracti'm It i* prnit>unced by evrry White,black arvl sUtc bo i4ry. I !ain"I -
B. M. & E. A.WIllI.LOCK aotiwrked tie
CO. 14iafc by
4 p of thirteen milea. *U AVCTIftUfl
o taM
b->Jv-to l loe the m.t in'r.rtAOt article of the kind White and black silk hosier}', I black .
iHiV in Q'C.not only well adapted for cruxlin cob Lt-lirt; hnd Oentu hlnck and col'J Kid Olovet, .&"". y.WHITLOCK white satin and silk General Assembly, of B* State of Thuds at ita aatsioo W4iy asd.
mortl f.. but erits fine fur the table Misses colored Gloves rjwfD A.FRKD'K 'WU1TLOC. of 1854-5,by Aa Act entitled An Acttapro'W. .tIrDrIJft1kl..
r st>:k. ur hornruouy Kjd black extra .
.te Ac. -LITTLE! OlANTreoiHvwi the FIRST Ladies and Gents buck and KM) Oaunflcts t.OL1TE& n,1\"ER'IncIC. } .Children- and Misses( straw MM) for and encourage a liberal System of Internal Improvements tail GroesriiaandSapl.dyPQds at W. cbtIl' Ca Whi, .. ..

1'REMIUM at the late. Aericnltoral Fairs of M! s.'uri.Ktmtiieky Oct.berl3.1855. 41 W. DODGE a ii Iliita.W in this State. ki
I IIEXHT'CAVUITES. Proposals specify the amount which the JOHN .'UOYD.
Maryland and other States and that in
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the ta-Mt'e-tmnliiuentary manner. The No. 2 Mill is Georgia Military'Institute fI ,sale by, DAVID C. WILSOS. work will be done the uuxU and manner in. which D4OSV3bSV.IU.; f'

Tarra-ited tj jfriiiil ten biubels of f..1 l per hour withon B M. & E. A/WHITLOCK & CO. October 13, 1855. 41 payments are to be made,whether in bnds or money -

"-.e.An I offered at the LOW PRICE, of f 55,all M.RIET1'A.I I and .Rope. or portions of each. Maps, Prpfilend estimate ean I AdmfDf.utor''Je&Jee.
Academic k divideil into ITO regions offive Whiskey ( be seen at this office, aDd any information obtained by A LL ,
;o nplfte. ready fnr attaching th. horse No. SKill T year [Late WHITLOCB. NtcnoLs & Co.] persaus b&tdto.-FAt.. t -
months each.. The Tenth FEW Barrels of real %: No. 1 Monongebala the at"Orange Mill Poet Office 1'1. Aages.
at f 45. grin U fifteen bttstwls per Lour and Na 4. at Session commeti- 13 BEEKMAH STREET Corner A addrcMia undersigned : i H.Lanlrniateof Oadl_ c..t.f
t.S. griu Is twenty Uatbels per h>mr with two hursts.JLd.iksr tel 011 the 20tbof FesaCjUiT next and ends. on tbe Hassan. Whiskey-25.OOO Iba No. 1 Kentucky Rope SI.J bu'a River,Florida. Proposals will aim arerequested to make immedirteery. iwpr to a;
., freight anl charges. 19th (,f JOT. Four dnort Eaitoftftt Park, for tale on consignment Lit eub-or' good paper at SO be received for cdmtructiDg a Rail Road ,over the dcnigned and .n those having sistine dvnsads

BOBBINS cf BIBB.Peernber The Cadets are divldctlinto fur College CAsses. NEW YORK, or so days without interest 8. & KNIGHT iane rroud. F. L. DANCY. agpat laid Estate;iliati&d topnmt Of a.

:, 1855. 48 The Annnal CoTnmaiifement takes place on Weduts November 10, 1865. 41 State Engineer State of Florida. duly auibentirtJ within the tiaM prescribed law 1I1

day before the 20th of JVLY.C.J. IMPORTERS .AuPt 51, 1855 S5-ly OC' this aotic* shall be pl.rlerf in 1r Urir by .

: NEW GOO It S. 4C..tK10ItUJ'. Of Cojpiac; BRANDIES l from Ofard Dupny & COM .Notice.SIX --.I ATJOUSTU8 L.FIHElt, ) fKey.
Henne* '. Pinet, Castillon t Co, and Leon County Iron Works, Aiia'f
other
A. V. BRUMBY" A. il. Superintendent and \ Houses months after date the undersigned Executor.of THADDZUa P. LANIERJaa.25lui. ,. f
TOWLE & MYERS Prof of Mathematical an I Natural Philosophy. of the honest reputatitih, and sole Proprietors of the FAtat. of John &Sbepard. lute of Leon County TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. W1r .

,4. RE now receiving by recent Capt.THO% R. MCCONNELL Gimmandant( of Ca. celelmted Brandies of deceased will present his aeconnU and Voucher Establishment is now b full operation. AH

.V. arrirnlb from New York.. uhJonable dets.awl Pmffssor of Enjjineerinp. CHATEAU BERNARD. to the Judge of Probate for said County,and asked to THIS will be attended to with promptness;and NOTICE.THECo .

and well selected stock of Mr. V. U. lIA GET, Prof of French and) History.Mr. SUPERIOR VINEYARD.' be discharged." all work done with neatness and dispatch.

WatchEs ns d Jewelry, W IL HUNT A. il, Prof of Chemistry and En- LIQUER."1AGY DES A --CHARTA CHAMPS"D'OR ROBERT GAMBLE. All kind of work; such aa Steam Work Mill Work, ao.1ItI.r! URN AJU A KlXWttLs..wn4-r-,
tc, Ac.Scbiedam Executor.
glirl Literature. Gin Gearing Sugar Mill. Circular Saw Machinery,
t day cr.Mvflt by
C.hx ting; of gentlemen's g-iM hunting levers ladie. Mr.J. B. nnd Old Holland Gin September 29. 1855. 29 Brass m.tal CIDII III ,
.!. levers silver lever, hunting anchor. Icpiu and GOODWIN. Prof of Drawin Shafting. Pul1 Hangers. Plough Casting. havingdesiiida, will plfate nntti '" JLlTT
: Cnpt. R. S. CAMP AssiVt. Pro of Mathematics. JAMAICA AND WEST I IJ.RUJS. Castings, de. also Sugar E ttles, of size kept ;
; any all i indebted wifl plea*
Watches Cameo,M Lie Coral and all call attWaU
jviirtier ; goldItMom STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS afeadjiad j t-
A. CONN.. 11. D, Snnpon. constantly oo band. AU work done in such establishment
MADEIRA PORT AND u..u
i nedda ld and SHERRY WINES. early upoasibU to ekie
pin an earrinjs The liwtitutimi i. under the direction and .. will be done by us.with a particular regard to .
management NEWPORT
AT 1
J J lockets ( hair and From the oldest established Houses BA.RN4Rl:
3m
H,1 daguerreotypes in
> "nl pint au 'r Europe oil ,,
of K Brtnnl of Trustees in coniuru-tion with the strength and dm ability of the work.Competent
i
hair bracelet of aBoard of which have been ordered still carries the above business 7 o non
giilaanJ and KAXW&L
; ; a large a.soi tinent selected with a yiew fluE undersigned on
of Vi-it the Governor of the Workmen always in readiness to .
rs i
Coo plaiu diamond ruby. pearl and g mrt ony and State uppointcJ by to their purity and medicinal u... i 1. in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for Engine Le.TermiwzU pat up ,to ,. 95g. J

ctmclian finder rings; gt11d mnl" diamonrl x ins; SEOARS Imported for our own trade, from the espatching wagons. D. LADD. .
By on act r>f the Legulnttire. the Institution has be liberal and all work done strictly for
tWere buttunt plain camoi, And"coruelian best shippers.in Havana. 2 154.. 36 Hoses, C1Itli* :*
onyx ; a Lien funiinhVil with 140 Cadets Musket anti Aecout. Newport September cash or accepted order on some business firm b aC !, V. .
: great varirty nf stud fine mIl vest fab and I guard rement and a Field Battery, conUting of four six Agents for the finest description of Virginia manufactured Liberal prices paid for old Iroa Copper aDd J Tty** nOOOf** rffj.. J1eriat. l1a.
chain; teals. keys,
HJI. ard e.lJ, silver and steel spectacles. gold a'tid silver and low grades andWHOLESALE I HAVE received my supply of Fall and Winter I AH letters most be addressed (poet paid) to the Ladle sad ''Geailest -* -"-

tkiiuUes. The Superintendent and tbe Commandant are g>adnntes DEALERS IN FINE Goods (by late arrivals frooiNew York, Baltimore J. M. SHINE Tallabasaea, Fla. .and vineiaity.that W zpda to tit 7Jas.

: rlne Cutlery nnd Guns. of West P.int nail a* the institute is upon the GROCERIES. and New Orleans.) and offer them to the public on as March 11, 1854. 10 bass* during lbs first week Febn1aay, a.

Dinatr; an4 Lr.alt6.At kuiwH without f rks, knives West plan the public may be assured Unit i.. goy jfood terms as any boose to the city. In the dock is era attorboent of.rare.B.resented. ,.,.1..

ant A>rk< in ,wit, carvers anel ateel sirtglr. fine poek. erntnent. ducipliuc and course of studies will be strictly PREMIUM CHAMFAGN CREMANT. embraced every variety of Dry Goods Groceries P. B. Bit,OK A W'S. Shxiit*,4e.all 01 which a. .arraatad tob, ..
Hardware CrockerY..te. Ac.. For the Ladies I have .
ot cutlery aiiars. da.or. and razors fi.- double
lurreileJ IanintedteeI 1 and tub twist; guns, comthot DfJncd.nRYS B. E. : of this Wine, and are in receint of hiornentj bv r-r- Mantles. Cloth Talmas and Cloaks and a few of tbI January$, 18M.BT .
uehrs or "lIri.m. flue and 4
mnn ,
"m' p patterns Tuition B Kird, Washin Fuel. Lights Hire of Musicians ular Packets, and beg those who have TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
? ) may not givenit moat splendid Silks ever be ought to this market -
.wd U ks. Ely's
clconuiz rods. and
CU'IID'N x rr <* I
)
] eaps and all other contingent session a trial to do so, under their that it will Tax
t
wa4 t, waJ cutters, unJ materials for gunsmiths. expense per guarantee I Planters are invited to look at my Kerseys. & Blanket OoUectcr'a....
office months in advance. $112,50. be found superior, in delicacy! of flavor and quality, before purchariug. T. BAY ARD; Proprietor would in- virtu of the suthorltyyistadl.me
I Silver and I'lalcd Ware. Surgeon' fee. per annum $50 to any Wine at present imported. October 27,1855. 43Marshal' &THE L his friend and the Collector olLeao bylaeia

Silver uUe. desert an<] tea sponns. silver dries. soup Persons desiring further ;information can obtain a January 2G, 1856. 1-n-t that be has rebuilt his_ on and shall proceed to.n Coosty at noLli..I_..v. l ssd ILr vp_

rrvam ladle butter and pickle knives. pUtedfjrk copy of the Regulations". by addressing the S per. Sale. large Brick Stable,.,at the old .stand and i* now the CWvbaoWdoorb2d -- -- ---- --.. ,, Iw.w

*ami sp..uns. waiters., cat<'r*. cake and fruit baa intendent. JOHN W. EVANS, virtue oi two executions issued from the U. S prepared to accommodate his friend and customers.He Monday in March next t.h4tei&.J"Tal1rlta, Wfttit &.._d.

keU. 'ectro plated tea ect*. and communion service, ANDREW J. HANSELL S( rltory: BY ritt Court for theN rtberb District of Florida also ha attached to hi* Stat J.'cood Black sale. Lot No. 14. in th.NorhAjjti die ml ;.f

butter, aiit. an.1 I cream dUhrs. ebamhdand parlor l) eemb Xeb.-
c& ,. BJUXBBIDGl, CKO r 'r ,of Pearson and Jennings both vs. David r.F'j < mood? and to be told for : *-:>-
fljtvcr bs&krU. and britUnnia .are.lflhwwllaneous Notice. WILL give prompt attention to all business en Neweom. I hue levied upon the following 1 lands' to the xcry beet PWlDcrand with pronptn>addj* Tax c1ae UwmD lOr .. .

Articles.Laffi SIX monjLs after the ilrst publication this notice to his care, io the Counties of Thomas, wit: Tbe N. KJ of N. of Section 25. Township I patch.November. L 0. DX3LILLT

,e teticule". saichel. work boxes pearl.Berlin undersigned, administrators of the estate of Decatur Baker, Dauglierty, Calhoun Early and Clay. 1, Range 8, S , Lewis H. Bmnch.doceafed. will their accounts 17 1851. will be sold before the Court Honsa door in the Town Peh9l8,5I.
iron, an4 nwrocco port rnunas, pearl card cases eo- present February 7 tf MILES NASH & CO. .. 6
ral Iwadi. coral ttecklacr and armlets,jet brnerl t*, nod vouchers to the Judge of Probntes of Le. n County of Monticello, on the let Monday in March next, "
ueeilaee.and b.J.OUI p'-.napkin rings hair and toiithbruhrs. *1)1 l uk to be discharged from their administration LONG &; GALBRAITH, between the I legal hours of sale to satisfy raid fi. fa's. Dealers in Drag, 'Medicines. &c. Notice .

.bat revivers chell. buffalo, india rubber and ifiAid estate. ATTOBXKYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. E. E.. BLACKBURN U Marshal XTOULD inform their friends and the public that ALL persons Indebted,to th*Jata fim ,.f Berry ,.
ivory eombi. cLiua sad wax dolls, razor 'strop* and JOSEPH BRANCH. ) Adm' Northern District of Florida. VT tbeylh4yecn.Lndagood assortment t of such *are-informed that tf they da MV
LONG J. B. OALBRAITH have associ. mat _ap
Lrlts. ci feather pallor JAMES H. BRANCH J MA. Monticello January 25. 1855. 4-tos before next
xnoucy ; dusters and themselves in the practice of Law. They articles aa are generally kept ia their Uae of business. fetor day'thdr'aceooBtaViQI i&
': (1 tOt.ella, bubemi u glass ami china vases and has Dee. ft, 1856. 62 60 I the band of an lor CoQtetka.HU1
will attend the Court in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Attorney 0
,; lets. terra eotta ra cs auJ pitdiers perfume bottles -N Courts and the District Courts of the United Bacon,Bagging &c. term shall be reasonable. I R. UBERRY.Soryiing PutMr.
tlce.
JOWM cases,centre suspension and side lamps lamp r States at Tallahasnee. received per latest arrivals from New Or Tallahassee, April 9tb',185* 14. : F.b. e. 1811. I

.!!. chimneys and wicks violins and bows guitars ALL persons having claims or demands against Office opposite the Court House. JUST and.New York the following article which -

banjos tamlnurines accordeoos. clarionets, flutes and estate of Simon Partridge, deceased, late at October 28. 165. lr they r.ffer at the lowest cash prices: Hides, Wanted. Mo**. Inrove : 4n. &: -

: fifes guitar and violin strings flue colneue and other Leon County are hereby notified to present them to. 15 disks Baeoo 10 Bales Barring, KffBEEF HIDES Wanted for which the OF ti* moat J..UQD"COU -

: perfmnrry, and a general asortmcnt of Toj. the tiodersiiqied administrator within the time prescribeil MITCHELL A STEWART, 20 BbU.Floor 15 Ps. Sea Island do. e.JUUU-h1gbest' pries win be pak Abo Deep 100 MILLS for.i.frtc1 _" n.

WatLe and jewelry r.psJr J promptly aDd in the by law, t>r this tKitiee wi 1 be pleaded in bar SO Coils Rope, 10 Bbla. Whiskey and Otter skin DAVID WILSON Mills baTa beta for some'gk ..

4 Lest '.anno-r. cf their recovery; and all those indebted, are requested ATTORNEYS. AT LAW, 300 Ibs.Twiae. 10 Bbls.Mesa Pork Tallabaaee September!9. 18 5. 89 and fewer-part-OoTtta.-asJdfTve pIrIJ.t*aiufaetion.griQdte

Octulier :O, IS :. 42 to make payment immediately. 50 Kegs Nails, with,'.40.bcdU tS.tie rise
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JOHN G. POWELL, Administrator. JASPER,. HAMILTON COUNTY,. FLORIDA,, RICHARDSON & WHTTAKBR. In Store and lor sale. in i"S1.wjtbleee than thAordwy ra:pewir _

: No. 550. January 2ft, 1856. 8t-4 WILL practice in all the Courts of the Middle Newport, October 27, 1855. 43 CASKS BaeooSde ,' plwdtoiL ThIakefuainabaadlopstitap sp-
in Columbia and Alachua) in the Eastern 3 :
I and CM warrant*!
2 Tierce Ham, every to'grv ft 'tisis.
1.: Circular Saw Mill Agency. Circuit and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. A. PERRY AMAKER, 2 BbU. Lard Call and examine Uaoa'a'A :.

rpu. cndersijtl1@lbaeth'2meyflll'tbe..aleor Ma.eh24. 1855. tf 12 &TTSRI1Y AT LAW 6 Keg ,April l-I8U. i___. '1' _
L W. Herrick's Improved Circular Raw Mills." DR. LEWIS 1 Hbds Sugar .l . .. /

consisting of three stzrs for 42. 48 and 52 or 54 inch TALLAHASSEE 10 Bbls Extra Floor, arrlage..ucci .c. 'o..fi.. .

Swamp and Overflowed Lands" Saws. TheM Circulars are dorideJlv l the. best in use, RESIDENT DENTIST '. .May 21, 1863. o -20WILLIAM 80 8;?.- ,- 'Per-SeJe''P: .'Irib1r. "'

having several improvements over the Page" or any TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ." :v 8 Sack Rio Coffee p TBE .
Snbscribcrtaa
other Patent in use. H cost is about $300, $350. SCOTT, .& Bocea Star Candle, I jwt.recemsl a
PUBLIC NOTICE. and 1150 Lit various roes.according to extra carriage, now inserting Artificial Teeth on the AT'LAW S BUs Molaacea,' J. very .laree e.B /
.
Ac For further particulars apply to IiAIS new and improved principle with ATTO!IMISY 8 vinegar; : fe*. aDdforlal. kabeVCt
-
: t., .be instructions of lie Secretary DANIEL LADD. gums, from one side to the MONTICELLO, FLA. Tobacco, Soap Starch;aod mu. things for oo the mod nsieonalle teme. \

: PURSUANT ?public notie U hereby given Newport Fla, November S-. 1855. 44 other without seam or crack,leaving no place for the July 30.1853. 30 11 jan we by S.S. XNIGHT. -'.. ttDber 18, 18Hr._ 41 -

f that in order to bring to a close the business under lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly December 15, 1855. 60- '.. .MILES M.ofrzu '
the act..f C-irtgn-as. unproved September 28. 1850. LIPE.INSU ANoa. life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, In Chancery-in Hamilton Circuit Court. .%In". .'
act so as to defy detection. He will, attend to all rails W.'Burk: -- --- tia nonwovAt axsrien to";tmr.lII.1- _atTAu3z
entitled An erbble UK State of
to Arkansas and Willis Complainant, -- --- --
; other States to reclaim the Swamp Lands' within THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. in Middle Florida for Full Setts.. Those wishing Full '* A. B. GLAJRKE, m. .'atuocn. e- .:

:. their U"litaud at the same time afford tot) irties ACCCliCLATXO CAPITaL,.... .$1,000.000. Sett can obtain all necessary information by letter. John V. Stephens, and Larkin McTyer. and Eliza 'MERCHANT TAILOR .
t who claim dud portions of the tanus( selected nnderaud 'T'"HIS Company issue policies on (be' lives of He. will warrant,in eVCl y. instance,satisfaction and Pileber, John Pilcher. Tbomaa PDcbw, William Pil- O'm ZWiti. Dr 'JI.'BaaJa-.irit .tl

law are dry and fit for cultivation an opportunity JL White person* for one or more year or for the prices to suit the tImes, Terms Cash, or when called eher, and Nathaniel Wicker,heirs at Jaw of,.James DEAUCK'1W' RBADY MADB-CuwDnwo AD .oI&L 7 rK

( to iutroJuce evi.l a,i all lands so selected to the whole period of life ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. for.. Pilcher deceased, Defendants. GKSTtB3ttir'i"FCTWMHIWO GOODS. 11' IMS.. ': -so, .
It approval wile ear no objection bo made within six Dividends declared to tbe Insured on policies issued June 24. 1854. 25 affidavit to the satisfaction of the ..
TT appearing npon Vfetf IrtwW old'skad
mouths from'the dates hereof,.will b* certified and patented fur life. X Court that tbe defendants ElizaPflcber, John Pil N bW r hiojittb for- It.ix. ,n._
to the States.Sucli Pun'Fanx411' FLOYD & HOLLAND, : meriy oewpi <& 8ti""_.a general uAi&soNWRITAEB
Actuary.Moaata FBJWXUS, 1res't.t cher, W.ilUao Filcher, and Nathalie Wicker, heirs at aaao'rt.zieD,of Su -rt..O1thtoYurish-
: objection* as ate contemplated by the above Tallahassee at Law. Law James Filcher,: deceased reside 'beyond the '
Applications received la T by Attorneys l
be tni.l. under oath and died: ) with the kg Goods cloths, CasaimereaVeslmg ; At, eoo Rhthww3i_ *.J .
t must Registerand ., ibis Court to wit in the .state.. Geor ,' ,
January u. 1856. B. C. LEWIS. jurisdiction : '
::. Receiver.>f the proper Lanl OfEoe f.r tnuuini- WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle posed in part of tbe following artlolee:
West Florida and in the Supreme Courtof Fine Black Dress Frock.Costa.4. n.f'
gia.It
sion tot the Geu rl Laud OfHaa. Tbe forms
iH-eeasary ordered that the said aA
is dtfendantsVoappearandanswer .
Itr affilavits at. Io'1M aand of said officers. .AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. the State. Also in the District Court of the United said before the "Black .DcJ.Cord Siotfe BrmUd Frck sad U 1"1
tbe bill
on or ijrst Monday.
1: The follt..iuC! clashes. laud are,eittypt from objectiw CAFITAL..:.......... .. ..600,000. States in tbe Northern District- of Florida b June e1ae.tbe will be taken-Ie Pro Coo- Baaineaa OoaSa .. i -
next lame M ?
I'- to .-it: of the above R.J. FLOYD Office Apalarbicola, Fla. Fancy Casaiiaere. cIo. _d.. do Notice. .
undersigned, Agent Company Provided this order shall be published fa some .
THE D. P. HOLLAND Office Fla.Dee. Black and Colored Cloth Oyartofcta :
I 1st Innds sntere4 l with CASh. or located with mill- receive applications for and make insurine.against Quincy Newspaper within this Circuit once a week for 1M. N -. saeotltf iron date.iwt&t
itary bounty Ian I warrants or scrip after tint passage loss Fire Brick and Frame .t 1855. ,HJJxeoutor' (a'said BlatkDo skJaPant; Six _
a. by on Buildings, riod of four Months prior time. and aoa'd CMsiSters od tha estate ef 1riDf.em? ,
of the act oC 28th pUmber, 1S5O. auJ. prior to the Furniture,Merchandize,&d Fancy Paste. bcswpssc i.i-
L' WAY-LE3 BAKER; Judge.MitcbelTaad Ute of Leon will
*" "- B1aci'a Cotmty WW1._
passage cf the act of 2 J March, 1S55. -F.*r the relief. January 19, 1856. 2 B.C.LEWIS.SaltSaltStlt. Notice. Stewart,Solidtow for Oo t. : ; a1ieysii.vots..4p.Jye'r t th&Jaot.sba
? -ds.
: .f parciiaMn aDd lucatwnvf swamp an4 overflowed. I X month after'date I will present my final accounts February *, 1856.. 5 M .tItc.ar.. .
:"- aooV s do.Caaa -da.: -,C hmer.*, -\ii. .i\ "
and vouchers tbe
to Judge ofTrubatee for .
24. LanJa already pateuUd to the State.under the SACKS of SaIL for sale by Leon and f final ,from M White MarsaDl / do., ,D.B. _
20 0 County apply r a THOMAS
.- Cwamp law. HODGKISS, POOLE, A CO. the office of Executor W.0.:Hvlton.'deceased. WHITE '
I U A fine Maortneai of 8birteOoUara, Cravait;Black :'- J J'c 1
la au'rase wliare objection raised testimony mutt November 17.1856. 46, WILK CALL,''Ex'". 'i C : .
beCT UM and lieeeirerof Land White and Oolvs4.J aMSflk Q1 iEIZ4cs$. ,
be taken
; Register Dec. 6l-6ra Copper and Sheet Iron r-
i Office, at raeb tiow after the expiration uf said six aiciujLDT. atacBnr. cuiatu w.'DOWJfI.O'J : 22, -1855. MANUFACTURER *n kinds of Plain and Fancy lag.Stock*,.CoW n, aug-Menno 'TJncIcrshirta; Jean ;T AbRa.iLtl lir" .,

\ xauoth sa they way appoint,wiih the eooseot of the __, ,-,- - p..''.___.'_ -IS.S.KNIGII.T- Tiu'Wares,takes plea ure in informing the citizens Drawtrs..Brown,Fancy. Cotton,and Lble ThfUd 4 jjj' M. .1f1..q '.;

f- Comruist4
It The li.taeJawimp aadovrrflowed binds are open ITfOESEIS AT' LAW fc 1CBST8 fOS CLAIMS AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT now prepared to wsit on all that wish to patronize of which are offered i the poblio;on* 'raaonaoU-teras' -
,
>* ti luipsctios; duriag the regular business hour, of(bet him in his line of business. He'also tenders tilt thanka and warraptej aa good M offered. ia. thli Market. /*. hes.UI. w't"Call' \ -
? HO. 49O, Scvculb fflrt> TALLAHASSEE, FLOBIDA. Call aoti .. .. :. : .
La l Office.. crv to his friends; and the public 'generally far the ua1rip, ; .
: -Ojveil UDder baud lh. of ,September, l865,- .05 very November 19, 1851., U ..: -B,4tee :
mv ,at ChI Washinjtoa WASHINGTON CITY: .' liberal_ patronage with.which be.has beretofccw been "
I thLd day ofDomnbt SU. 'tbe" tavo-ed,'and be bwpea wet a COD \WjoQ of tin same :
before
THOS.A.nEXnRICKS. TX77LL. practice Court of Claims, and Manufactured Tobacco.I A.L.; : FISHER, 1
willb.trzntodiim.
V V prosecute claim before Congress and the ,
: Cvmmitntr 9] lJu fhMrulLAarl Office. eral Department sev SHALL receive some 400 Boxes various brands He will oooitaally keapco hind. full ropply of all 1. ATTORKEYATLAW.F&A .

$' &U, 1W. 4w July t. 18 5. SO 1;MoHens"".Mjinufactured Tobacco coosig meqt aorta of.Ware usually.kept in an'establishment of bit .( c--.
I again thtueuori'I00 Boat now .on the. way ouLMerehanta line', ofb iiuess. A:.full.asaortmeut,'ofSbeet Iron ; '
i .; iCo-P rtnersh1p :HoUtJe.,. I- will do well to bear'lids in mind-,and Itwill Sheet Lead; Lead Pipw; Sheet Zinp. pjateira Pomp*, it l

miiE bar* Uu*day entered ,i&U a'eo- R. H. BERRY, be sold lower than same quality canTbe kid down ,and a groat many 9Wf articles too; ottaerraa.to. menTO .vv tfkt.ftn4.lB. :Tbciaaa. t\--icr".y: ,

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