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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: March 8, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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I Council at ton. 7 of.a:tlolent,dUraptioo of '1U 1a' M-.. qi Dd. I. 8meJ. .

l Au U. iiTORIOIJS FkH&de1pkIa. New .Jersey-Messrt. Lyon. Livingston, the 'whole.coooirh., 'We proceed.to'giro a sauvsrr 1 ft.. ,

4 tOMMISSIOJf; JIR&CHANT1t t. ,. The.leading object of this''convention was Andrews-and Johnson (not voting.) ., ,- fewspeclmOs b1 Wa1',ofiilottraiion.fr. .: :. ,;j'. Etl.ItI1tIaBrew'ter.; Rot /

A.N..1 ... ,.MERCHANT, . TAILOR.. the : Louisiana-Messrs. Tegada, Lewis and > Bennett, 'ofNeyr YorkoferL, the IDacn d. otd., i .,.t..t' ., "
Hade to retrieve rained fortune*,'of the know Hardy. WJa t. "
OOTTON B dKER Dealer' fa Ready .t.ilallr'a1l4 foliowm iesolatiodl; which were ruled oat mstfl., .t '.
i Gentlemen's. Fftreisbliig:GeO J.' nothing order\.;som.e amendment or modi. Carried-yeas 109,. nays 57.r, order Tcmple. OTmnton, Strrnrmr' 'AM*, Swain,
r TALLAHASSEE FLA. ..... of :. ,_ '
fixation..o( its t4Qrm.which. would ,BO far -Before the vote on striking ou the.twelfth and Hawkes.
j prepared to attend to all'kind of sales to'the tjaodoouaijof I .Fall'and Winter I' First. .That, during the political campaign \. .
section '
18 am now receiving tny tup- la .,of nationality as to justify the' nomination was taken, Rev. F.tsS.Eyaqg.tle cosxscrictrr .
;'} Leon;-Real Estate,Negroes, Cute I in the ralJlof.1855,Lieutenant( Gorernor
J 1 .-.tir Hones,Mute Carriages,Baggies Ac.; ply of Goths, Cassimeres, Veslitigs,: 4c., cj candidates for the presidency and vice.. District Columbia, offered as a substitute 'Foro] visited. State of New York, Nays-Me ?r W. 9pe *T* Danb r. Peck

j,I !eet.Dd, M "rait and Merehaodjse of very description Every Color, Style'jmd Quality; presidency. The great stumbling-block in for the Philadelphia platform of 1855, the following and used his in aenee.and ended his efforts Booth, Holley>; nd Pei&jns. .

i i AUCTION DAYS : which lam prepared to make up in the ,most the old'platform. was the celebrated twelfth which was by some called the Wash to secure the success. of the black republican 'I .noD"..ILAD., .

.:4' fashionablejrtyiei short notice section, and tbe first movement made in the ington platform, because it emanated from and foreign party--a"party whose principles Yeas-# *sr ,.Ch4r.e 8J1CJKnigb .'
Wttaestay and Saturday--II O'clock. are antagonistic to those of the American Simons and Nightingale.mtw .
1 Groceries and Staple dry goods. Wholesale & Retail AND REASONABLE. ALSO -: TERMS. : late.council was to get clear of this obstacle. Washington, and by others the verbiage platform pajty. Nays-Messn.. TOSK.I '

at this cibesp Cash Store., JOHN R. A LARGE AND WELL- SELECTED-- STOCK OF I That, we may give a connected and intelligi. because it contains such a preponderance Second. That, as a seceding member of i*.Meftrs.'Walker, Oakley,- Morgan

Dewmbcr 8,1855. 49 1.1.o&D. 'READY-MADECLQTHING:: ble idea of the proceedings, we republish, the I ofcprords over ideas: this national' council,' at its June'. session, Woodward, Reynold, Chester, OwID i San-

Ooneietkig of crwy garment raitaUe for winter wear, twelfth section, as follows : The-:Washington or Verbiage Platform. he is not entitled. to a seat.ith. us at this iferaT %yhiston,r chtl,;.VAn D n en'Weat-, .

WILLIAM P. LUSSER, endi as Cloaks: Tabaaa Coats, Vest Pants., tc, Ac, Resolved, That the American having 1. An,humble acknowledgment to tbe So. time. brook, ParsOns, Picket, Campbell, Lowell,
which will be dirpmed of at low prices.' party who Third. That he is now in conference with Sammons Onkef Squire, Cooper,
'TaUahassee F preme Being rules the universe for his Seymour
a. risen the ruins, and in spite of the
Also, a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars uppn the black republican and foreign party and '
t IMAXUFACTUBEK' OF COPPEB,"fIN AND SllERT Und nhirt&Cravats, Stock, Hosiery, Ac,Ac. opposition, of the whig and democratic par. protecting care vouchsafed to our fathers in pledged to use his influence ito: divide and Burr, Bennett, Marvlne, Midler, Stephens

IRON \V ABE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Those desiring a thorough out-fit will consult their tie, cannot be held in any manner responsi. their successful revolutionary struggle; and distract the American and to all Johnson, Wetmore. Hammond' ,. and S. Sev--

DEALER in PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED own interest* by giving me a call, as all the above articles ble for the obnoxious acts violated pledgesof hitherto manif sted.to us, their descendants, party, rally monr., ..... .
the he command in favor of the
have been selected with great care and with a : in the preservation of the liberties the party can iVay-Mr. Barker. ,. .& .
'V A either ; that the systematic agitation of the _/;> .
special xiew to their adaptation to this market. Pittsburg black republican convention, which
I E.Sto'C JOHN PRATO IU-S. slavery question by those parties has elevated independence. and the. Union of their is to meet on Friday, the 22d Inst., in that DXLAWAXR. .

Head-Quarter? November 24,1855.! ly-47 sectional hostility into a positive element of States. place." Yeas-Messrs. Clement and Smithers.UAXYIAX .

( SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor political power, and brought our institutions 2. The perpetuation of the federal Union, .
A and Wood Stoves, trimmed with ueafeieBs. In Leon Circuit Court. In Equity. into peril ; it has, therefore, become the imperative as the palladium of our civil and religious Mr. Corwin, of Ohio, offered tbe followingin D. ;

, and durability, at reduced prices. John Martin, Complainant, duty of the American party to inter. liber ies, and the only sure bulwark of Amer. lieu of the>sixth section of the new plat Yeas-Messrs. Codell, Alexander, Wln--

. Out Door Work. > w. for the to the jean independence; form chester, Stephens, ftul.WjlniQtj j i j.JVayt j., .

j Roofing Ornamental Frjpnt t Heads, Guttering Copper J wire hn P.Martha Savage B. and his,) country pose, and! perpetuity purpose giving to the tpeace Union ; that, 3. Americans must rule America ; and to : -Messrs. Purse!!/cauJ'Pinckny
Savage
and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sheet this end native-born citizens should The unqualified recognition and maintenance and Kramer.
be selec.
and Baker Trustee has shown it
, Boiling as experience impossible.to reconcile -
:Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps.- Shop ark of the reserved of the several
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of variety done at abort notice. Corn jilainants. opinions so extreme as those that separate ted for all State, federal, and municipal office .rights ", RGDU.I '

every City and Country merchants I IT appearing tc tbe satisfaction of the Court that the disputants, and as there Can be no or goverment employment, in preferenceto states, and tbe cultivation of harmony I Nays-Messrs.B l1ing,* lcllogb,Cochran, ,
Defendants, John P. K. Savage, and his wife naturalized citizens; nevertheless. fraternal good will between. the citizens ol r Boteler, Preston, and Maupin. '
hisbonor in to the laws the national .
submitting .
.Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie .
pur. Martha B. Savage, reside beyond the limits of Florida 4. Persons born of American the several States, and the preservation alike -
.chasing elsewhere.f3P viz; in the State'of Georgia-It is ordered that council has deemed it the best guaranteeof parents residing I of public and private trust and faith; and to .,TLOBIDA.

N. B All articles manufaetuod from the very ., the? appear and plead, answer,or demur to the Com common justice and'future peace to abide temporarily abroad should be entitled to. tbis end declare cardinal : Yea-Mr. Call ._ .
we as a principle # "
j best material and warranted durable. No other aru plainant' bill at Rules to be held in the Clerk'office by and maintain the existing laws the all the rights of native-born citizens ; but
ui1e will be offered for sale, 1856 upon 5. No should I' of our platform, that the repeal of the Missouri "- ._ _.4NZWJUZT. .
of this Court, on the first Monday in August, subject! of slavery as a final and conclusive person be selected for politK :\.01.' ;
October 20, 1855. 42.GoPartnership else the said Bill will be taken Compromise was an infraction of the Yeas-Messrs.
. pro confeito as against settlement of that in and in Enbstanee. cal station (whether of native or foreign birth) DeaLer Weeks/Lyom, and
,
snbject spirit
them. It is further ordered that a copy of this Orderbe who, plighted faith of the nation, and that it shouldbe I M CI lJan. .. .
Notice. recognises any allegiance or obligationof : .
published for UIlf'C mouths in some newspaper published restored ; and if efforts to "that end should I .
THE undersigned have this day entered into a coartherehlp in the city of Tallahassee. "And regarding in the highest duty to avow any description to any foreign prince, po. fail Congress should refuse to admit into the, PRNY3YLVAtZA. .
,
m tbeWHOLESALE Done and ordered at Chambers, this 14th of Feb-- their opinions upon a subject so important tentate, or power, or who refuses to recog. Union Stat3 which Yeas-Messrs..Freeman, Nanclede, Goss-
tolerating slavery I
any
& RETAIL nmry,18M.J. in distinct and terms it is nize the federal and State constitution (each ler, Smith, .Gillfnbam
WAYLES BAKER Judge. unequivocal shall be formed out of any portion of the territory Hammond Wood, Gil .
"I:SU&XJSrESS, heieby declared as the sense of this national within its sphere) as paramount to all other ford, Clyde, Pile, Farrand "an 1 Williamson.
- -- February 16,1856. 8m-1. from which that institution w a excluded
under the and of laws as rules of political action. .
name style council that Congress possesses no p-: wer, the f.i f ,t f I'
by Compromise. 1
AMES & LIVELY. DR. LEWIS, under the constitution, to legislate upon the 6. The unqualified recognition and main Amidst considerable confusion, this proposition Nays-Messrs. Johnso ;' SewellJoan,.

t -I- RESIDENT DENTIST, subject of slavery in the States where it doesor tenance of the reserved rights of the several was ruled out of order by the Chair, Parker, Heistand, Kase, Kinkaid Coflee;Carlisle .

TALLAHASSEE, FLA. may exist, or to exclude any State from States, and the cultivation of harmony and the council Covode, Ed&ljgweli, and Power.
I THEY will be pleased to sea their friend and tbe ruling sustained by
fraternal good will between the citizens of the
.
and patrons at the old stand of D. H.AmeB.where IS now inserting Artificial Teeth on the admission into the Union because'its constitution 4 LOUISIANA.Yeat .
they will keep a fall and general new and improved principle, with does or does not recognize the institution several States, andto this end non.interference Amongst the speeches made, that of Mr.

/ assortment of Articles appertaiutngto their continuous gume, from one side to tbe of slavery 'as a part of its social system ; by Congress with questions appertaining sole. Sheets, of Indiana, is yortby of notice, as -Messrs. Lathrop and ElanV.
line of DImes& D. II. AMES, other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the and ly to the individual States, and nonintervention and truthful Nays-Messn. Harman and Hardy.
candid .
expressly pretermitting of a commentary
expression containing
of food thereby them any very ,
M. LIVELY, lodgment rendering perfectly '
each State widr the CAtlPOBXIA.Yeas .
affairs
January 1, 185ft. 1 life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, opinion upon the power of Congressto establish by of any othor upon the new platform( t ., { .
so as to defy detection. He will attend to all callsin or prohibit slavery in any Territory, it is State. -Messra. % (ood and Stanley, '
Sheets Indiana it .
Mr. of
Notice. Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full the tense of the national council that Con 7. The recognition of the right of the na ,was opposed-to ABKANSAS. .
Setts obtain all information letter. (the reconsideration,) as it would; reopen the
can by andrfaturalized
necessary tive-born citizens of the United -
tntfaa after data tbe administrator
QIXV undersigned ought not to legislate the subject Yea Mr.
gress upon
He will instance,satisfaction, and whole debate that the : Logan.
warrant in eveiy .t previousquestion was
L:, on the estate of Violet Harris, deceued. late of slavery within the Territories of the United States, permanently residing in any Ter. .
I prices to suit the times. Terme Cub or when called designed to cutoff He then proceeded to Nay -Mr. FowfeTK /. .. .
of Leon County, will .preaeot his final accounts and States and that interference Congress ritory thereof, to frame their constitution and .
vouchers to the Judge of Probate for ssi J County, and I for.June any by laws and their denomnce the repeal of the Missouri Compro. :TXSSKB. :
to
25 regulate .domestic and
24,1854. with slavery it exists in the District social t
as
.ask be R. A. Adxn'r.Decetnbr29 .
to discharged. SHINE
free-soil ti .
disavowed
mise, bat extreme son 5. Ycas Meun.
affairs in their ; Brownlow BinkheaJZo.
1855. l26mCopartnership Colombia would be a violation of the spirit own mode, subject only to !
FLOYD & ,HOLLAND, and intentionof the by which the the provisions of the federal constitution, with ments. He app altd! to the South to act with Hcofler.Button,-CaaopbelJ, Dooaldsori Harris .

Notlce Attorneys atLaw.. State of Maryland ceded compact the District to the the rignt'of admission Into tbe Union' when. magnanimity, and not attempt to justify a repeal BillJO\T. au.d.BeIoat. '* : > .. ,:s .

JOllY McDocGALL. A. 1L HOBBT. "WILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle United States, and a breach of the national ever they have the requisite population for one of a solemn compromise, and 4hen say" MeMn..NeIsoqrReedy,and PIcket I

UNDERSIGNED have this entered into West Florida, and in the Supreme Court representative in Congress Provided we desire no further agitation of the matter. 'kx'ri7cKT.YcasMeurg.Stowe .
day I faith : always, .
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TI 'of the State. Also in the District Court of the United [Apl'lause.J.5. .. i fl.I *.*. i- to; .
.partnership to carry oo the business of Booksellers That none but those 'who are citizens of the ?'
ana Stationers under the style acid firm of Mc- States, in the Northern District of Florida It was on this rock that kuow-nothingism United under He would assure the South:that the 12th Campbell,Raphajl; .
DOUGALL & HOBBY, where all articles belonging RJ. FLOYD, Office Apalachicola Fla. in June and States the constitution' an'laws section be rid of. He Todd, Clay,Goodloa! sn *.Bartlett. .
to their famine will be found.* D. P..HOLLAND, Office Quincy, }ls. split 1855, .became denationalized. thereof, and who have a fixed residence: must: got was willingto N Messra,8hanklin, Jones

McDOUQALL &HOBBY. Dec.22,1855. 51 The first important proposition" to strikeit in any such Territory, outght to participate accept a compromise, bute section must Gist, and Underwooj} ,, Carpenter,
be rid of he the .
Jan. t, 1858. 8EICHAED DR. MILES H. NASH out of the platform. The following was J in the formation of the constitution, or i ip I got ; was willing' accept .
", the of laws Washington platform, for, if there was any. OHIO. b' j
enactment for said Territory or
.-_--T.-r BiaCDETT.-r--- -rBAKUCa-I.-,-fl-rr W. DOWKINGBIRCHKTT ..": OITESS BIB FKOFTSSIOKAI sravicrs TO THE cmzxxa orTAIXAHASSrX the proposition made by Mr. Brewster : State. thing in it, it was so. covered up with verbiage Teas-Messrs. White, Nash, Simpson,and

& DOw MUG, AiD 8VKEOCHDIKO. CeCXTKT. Whereas the twelfth section of the na: 8. An enforcement of the principle that no I that a Preside '\Tould 'be elected before Lippitt. .. .. ., .
tional platform in Jnne, 1855, was neither : the people would find out what it was all a- Ai -.Me.m. Gaorfel '
ATTOEXETX AT LAW & AGESTS FOR .CLAIXSXO. I with Dr. 1L Nash immediately cast of the State or Territory ought to admit others than I Oils FonJ l, Bar.,
OFFICE proposed by the South nor sanctioned by the bout. [Tumultuous laughterJ < ken, Potter, Stanbangh, Jlogers,. .
400, Sc pnlu Street, native-bora citizens to the right suffrage, or : poooer,-
WASHINOTOK CITY. May 19 1855. 20T. North: Iherefore, be it of holding political office, unless such Three southern States bad been earned Hedges, Kjle, Lees, Swigart, Allison, Fish-.
: Resolved, That the aforesaid twelfth section person on the 12th section ; repeal it, and we will back,' Thomas, Corwin, Chapman .
shall have been naturalized to the 4 Ajres,
"tltTILL practice before the Court of daimt and .J. X. B1CHABD6OIT. FLITCHES WBITAXEft according I
Vr be STBiCKEif OUT ; that on the subject: give you the entireNc. [Applause.] He and Johnson. .
prosecute claims before Congress and the several laws of the United States. k '. '
Department RICHARDSON & WHITAKER, slavery we stand upon the principles and I appealed to the council to take dff this trammel INDIANA- \
9.\ chaflge in the laws of naturalization,, -< -
July! 28, 18 5. 30 Receiving and Forwarding Merchants provisions of the constitution of the United I making a continued residence of that the great North and Northwest may Yeas-Messrs. Sheets and '
States, yielding nothing more and claimingnothing twenty.oneIf'ars march to triumph. Do. this, and place on Phclps.
of all not heretofore provided for, an Nag-Mr. Meredith.
R. ". BERRY NEW PORT, FLA. less." the ticket a good southern man, and most of :
indispensable requisite for citizenship hereafter .
.
the southern States will be carried with .j1zs.Qiaf.. ". .
August 4th, 1S55. 31 Amidst much confusion and excitement or t
CoiiiutuIon.MERCHANT. and all ,
Auctioneer and ( excluding and
paupers persons :
'Yeas
-ifessrs.
without the 12th tion. Edward
Fletcher
.e and
this proposition was carried by the followingvote convicted of crime from landing ,
DR. R. N. GARDNER; upon our General Zollicoffer, of Tennessee, asked Hockaday. .
,
Ti.LiH4ft, Fla,sept.29, 855.. 29 OFFERS his professional services to the eUizeos : shores; but no interference with the vested leave to address the council,which was gran Nay-Mr. Breckenridge.
and Office rights of foreigners. ,
'-. vV.B. zwc.x..S, removed to the residence surrounding of Mr.John country.R. Crump, situation Yea 10. Opposition any union between Church ted.' He.spoke of the Washington platform, .. .XICHIOAX -.

formerly occupied by the late Dr. Jacob EliotFebruary New and thought there was too much verbiage in Fee-Mr.-Wood. .
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, Hampshire-Messrs. Colby and Em. and State ; no interference with religious .
16, 1856 7 it, but he hoped members would vote understandingly .-
NEWPOBT FLORIDA. ory. faith or worship, and no test oaths for office, ;WISCOrIJf: .
and without prejudice.The ., '.4'. .'. 'r. L.'
A. PERRY AMAKER Massachusetts-Messrs. those indicated in the
Richmond fifthsection oCthis
O ) from Physician and Planters put up t Ely except question recurring on the motion to Ye
with the greatest care. ATTlaJlIY.AT LAW Wheelwright, Keith, .Brewster, Robinson, platform. I' insert the the eaaand and G llies,, ,... '
platfdnn
Washington ,
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February 2, 1856._ 5 Temple, Thurston,.Summer, Pangburn, Allen, 11. Free and through investigation into .
oaRed. .. from all ,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. nays were .Thedelegates- DISTRICT Of COLUMBIA.. .
Arnold, and Hawkes.ConnecticutMessrs.. any and all alleged abuses of publio function. ,
LIPS INSURANCE. May 1858. 20 the States represented expressed the reasons Yeas- lsra.-Ellis and Evans.
Sperry, Dunham, aries, and a strict economy in. public expen.
THE NEW-YORK LIFE' INSURANCE CO. P. B.. BdOK' .W'.S. Peck, Booth, and Holly. dit rt'i >> for their votes, taking the widest latitude in ItL I .. .. .;:
debate do At times the noise and t
AOOCKDUttD OAT1T1L,...$1,000,000. Rhode Island to so. ex
-Messrs. Simmons Nighten 12. The maintenance and' enforcement of as--Ussns. Daneahower :iind Allen.
TIlls.C& issues policies oo the lives of U I1Y 181 CiLI SIIILES, gale, Chase, and Knight. ) all laws until id laws shall be repealed, or citement jwere: so great that i it was almost Nays-Messrs. Jennings and Gear. _
for >t'o hear the voices of members
for the
one or more or impossible
years
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. I Delaware-Messrs. Smithers and John- shall be declared null and void
by
competent
,
whole period of life,ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM.: when answering to taeir 'names, and it was JOW .. I P r4;
for Dividends declared" to the insured on policies issued : or vwld son.New Messrs. *- judicial authority. and with great difficultythat the president was NayIesars.. Webster" and -TIionrrng.ton. .
life. TaEPro Jersey- Deshler, Weeks,and 13. Opposition to the reckless unwise
frleo< acd iJJ.k enabled to restore and maiutain order. < o' r... ,
Puvr Fftknuir, Artuary,-Mourn FBAVKLIX,Pres't that be baa rebuilt McClennan. policy of the present administration in the ,
gr Applications received in Tallahassee by large Brick Stables public at the old .stand and is DOW Pennllvania-Melsrs. Johnston, Van general management of pur national affairs, When the votes of the whole! body had Aftergieat Yeas,J 09... Naji, 71. v ,

F719.18M._ B._C. LEWIS. prepared to accommodate hit friends and cnstomeri. Cleve, Small, Gessler, Smith, Gjllingham, and more especially as shown 'in removing been east,and before the result was announced, \pasdecJared-there'war*'

ST. | Ha also has attached to hit Stables A good Black Wood, Jones, Park, Hammond, Hiesand, ".Atnericans'/by(( designation) and convervativeVin the mo intense i interest and the greatest de ,deal of applause, and three cheers were
AGENCY' smith Shop where be will have have done all kinds o' ; ? giren .. 3.. .. ,
THE / TNA INSURANCE Gifford ard > .4. :
OF. KASB":; Kin ; Coffee,Morgan-Car principle from office and placing foreigners ot ?
!................. Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in gree. excitement. were manifested by af| Mr. Corwin, of Ohio
CAP!T&L, $500,000. the vary host manner and with\promptness and dis lisle,:CJyde, Pyle, Edie, Farrand, Todd, Co- and ultraists in'their places; as shown announced tht-th
THE undersigned, Agent t of the above Company patch.November. rode, Cadwa'llader,.Swell, Power, and Wil in a truckling subserviency to .the stronger, portions of the council Members rose to I partin that State was dead. .He-wascon-'

.. receive applications for and make insurance 5, 1858. 44Carriages liamson. and an insolent! and cowardly bravado towards their Ceot-and rushed towards 'the president'sdesk radictedby another Ohio elesl*, ba'nD' ..
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against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Bufldirgs 1 California- - weaker shown in .. know the a scene,ensued.. Parson'BrowflfoMi'said that
Furniture,Uercbandue tc. HarnessFor : -'! Matthews. powers; as reo.pening.scti.ona.sgita6on nxioaaljr to exact vote, When I
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Bnggiesaud 5 Arkaosaa--M'r Pike. \ of r they-the oajorityould kicklheOhlGdel.. .
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January 19,1856.; 3 B. C. LEWIS. t. order was restored.the president'atnouniec I
Sale '.", P. B. Br.kaw, Ohio-Messrs. Gabriel, Ford, Baker, Potter the Mis ri Compromise;. sbiwn in granting the result follows egaUonVbottoms! all around.'thioom. Mr.ZoIIicoftVr .-.

:JOHN. W., EVANS, ftTJIE'subecribef'haa just received i S Stambaugh, Rogers,' Spooner, Hedges,J to nnnaturalized l foreigners the right.to as. : t called Governor r odc(. Ohio

ATTORNEY. LAW, I : which of Carriages he offer I. Keyle, McLees White, Swigart, Alison,Fish- suffrage in Kansas and, Nebraska ; as shown l States. Ajrcs. 1 oea. the worst kind of* negro ;jroriEipper.! Greatcpnfoaion .

*> BAIiBZIDGXGEO' for sale on th. mostj-etsonabla, terms. S back, Corwine, Nash, Harris, Chapman. ,I in its vacillating coarse, on the Kansas and I 'New Hampshire. _.. .. I 1MaMachtwetta. ensued1ien4'Zolflofl waj finallnursuaded ,.

TTTlLL.giva prompt attention to all bosineMJ .u November. 18. 18M. 46. Ayre, Sturtevaut, and Lippert Nebraska question'; as shown in the removal r. ''a. J.. 5 ftConnecticut. .to ahuj I, p aod sit dowrt. ::11uJ. '
f.'tfr: 4* to Ida *r ,I the Ooontics of Tborna. '-.--- -f. Indiana-Mean. MeredIth Sheets, and of Judge'Bronson' from the' collectorship of r .*. rj,. .. .. 6RhodIland..2 y'df!: .bar l ,'o g.1 .whit.wa.d.
Decator. Baker.'Diogbcrty: ,Oalboan. Early and.Clay. : (A.X.. FISHER, I untenable 2 and 'cheeri'were given rO him.( .
JTebn ryn.i85 t tf Phelos. NewYork upon false and grounds;; ,1 .
V. I ATTORNET.4T.14W... Wiseonsin. :fMessrt. Lookwood, Cook, as shown in.the corruptions which pervade New York. . . ., .32 1 Thos ended the platform coovtollon wbicb- _

I Vi, .; .L.fIlQ GALBR1ITH r -1' .; F ':.. Chandle/.Bardlck and'Gilles... some,of the departments of the government ; Delaware..V..v 2 p met' on. the 18tb:and adjourned 'oft tip21ft;..

.413oRNY' AT LAW, Fiuztug'FLA.: "TTTILL I. phustW: ia'tlie Courtsof the" fiddl DiTV *- Illinois1 Messrs. Danenhower, Jennings, as shown l!in disgracing meritorious naval "or: ; Maryland .:. .. .. .. ; /." 7 3-' I' ThfrpUnhIai, ; '- !t-; .. .
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;9 f'A'W J 3; GAZItA1TH b1'aI ,Wet;aod In ttotnas'Ontintyi'G: Geer, and Allen. ,, fleers.through prejudice -or' caprice ; and as Virginia.3 5 compose4 :.Of.<,aam t. met;.o.t 4

,ligt.d t.bem8et .181M prUtiee of IA1r. 'n. t gy.Qffler:w U s.,O.pUoJ, sa itoq.irmn.atel; 1, J. wa-L.M. ;. Webfe:' \ shown 'in the Wutfaettng, tnismanagetaeutoour 'f .North CarolinavrVV.r.;> 1 1 same place oo 'ti., 2& Wedjssdep

L&iLed.th.O urtaia thi. KUdia CSrecit tt&SuOoorfc over tbe room of tbe" Clerk-' .cf fl tbi"Buprema Court." tjf; .,; l' ,. fqrefgarelationsj: > v -1 v.414i. "Florida} ." ..6\..* ......i. . 1 to their or .. 1a'FO tlai .
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ouruaL.4d Smith aruT. Armslead v .'n !-Croom 'ct 4f "*Yotf state i in iou, letter that the_ FreeSoilcrs 11'j Dag-TI -* How hW 11ere .ttdy.
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TALLAnAgEz: : _p'.se. : : I 1'tiiitf11tT'If. pat ball that invoJaotarUjr breath thanks
.- ; :the j4ite'of ; .
Satnrtay, March 8, 1858;. ker-who)hadteen; of cotmftfYor,:.defendanTs- i in:the JfeMlbr Canal the JacieoflTaie A'ctrx,.,died. .lit, ,r:ccuIICT'IIL' The past has been a hard winter warmjfctmserres.

-- :Commissioner, amllt:would certainly aid my (onthe'ltbiz1t.. :: : : : r .! twYORK,. l JoV the here th
of
-.f' = poor ; & prospects labor
Much iderestiM ben ,. :
manifested N- ,
To.the Democrats public ft :"prospects rteefve' : "t ?
of Leon. materially a nom The nd
very (fir The ,Tampa .Peninsular learns that Twt9rann righten with the change of weaker; before
the progress t>f the case on account of the r nation from your party. Il ,in favor of braI will be In.tho
A meeting of the Democrats of.Leon of Washington's birth day/Was ce many days we height of the
19th Inst. sary
Gibson
large amount involved,the distinguished Free Soil ; Free Speech ; Free .Labor.; and Captain on Tuesday, ,mUI- baabcss and then of th *
'4I coon led with than usual enthnsH Spring some eirea
will be held in this yesterday more
County -Yon- .
f city on I FreeMen. being n Wilmot Proviso man op"to teied Capt.-Sparksman's Company of moont I medians' will drift into the
srl employed, and the interesting circnmslantes btiog nooks
and
day the 17tli j ltatlt for the purpose: connected with very it. : the bob, and utterly opposed the extension d volunteers_ into tha United States! service sam True it *was not a legalized hpliUfJ*. hrthttt i;f ib1ndige ut.: Wl rW-'tiS lab.

, of Slavery.." C but the people turned ,ont dressed uj'as it "
appointing the Madison / allow to
delegates to Capt Hooker's company -was mastered on j ject ;-ro* pays pssfojt tribatetatW
The lo s"of the aieamer M
Convention.- full attendance ofthe' ..ftomeID.I837ont I Toe llleltril require pntdesf managementand I succeeding day. were., Mammon respects not even Washington u c 'f UMJ Wn stW' JMII JiagfvwIkr
which thrf : Ikaouof JIO rAo acco ft't
of present controversy arises a, am evcr-the & .' ,
, .i is desirable. ; I '" We learn .also' from the.same paper that -Wall'street was as. busy aa
r party! .. was an event that.' filled the whole counirywith !fifth) .it': letter.than* yourself. It tax/Idle' bad banks f clechiDd--drtcomrted asltmev'e w;'.. __..j-'_
.policy to'attempt itjnthoul a certainty of tvecest. Capt'Jernigan has'been notified, :By" CoT

Our thnuksaredne the lIon. S, R. Mallory commiseration at-the time.- Hardy B. If done, i it would be as well done by Monroe, to bave bis company in readiness openad t&eif .' 4inoth. it .. ,!'or. Wf4it.oo tBvocJw-thki: 4. 7- t 1 _

for a of im important from the Croom the brother of the defendants with alliis the adoption of a resolution, &c. which "__ .,
copy report you on the first ofMarcb, at. which timer'they to do,:they stood in their d4orIaIIaaywatcb.ng u' Jena.-u..1. "cm.need her
Committee .Naval Affairs. family,.were on' board at the time of the will understand, how. to .Consultwith *
on prepare. Wusnal f
will be mustered into setri e. .the processions onuubosef raa between .6 aod r or". ..
mutual Hackl and John. .
wreck and all perished by.tbat' dreadful our friends, y. ;
We direct attention to an advertisement: in ca- son.,and write me soon. Yours truly, The news from Fort Mjers is nnimportant.The (i'f that can be called running wbich is an in now continued Iftl "'e-'hItfri)
The first- question is ,who of them the same fcofcr tiat, monilag aDd
to
this paper by Messrs. McDoagatd; Hobby'for lamity. HENRY M. FULLER. country in that region I is still flooded termittent stop,) and the carriages of upper on tLe
and 24n 'betwwn 0 aDd 7.A. JtTtfo'hWtnre.oIthe'CoDith'ocirth
all survived The others sccondlyvhere >
the sale of a religious work called, the Bible, The above is an extract from a letter written with water.WASHIXCTOX. tendom mingled freely with vulgar porter carts, great eireWof 360 each
that survivor had his domicil l Florida
Chri!tian." We shall in our next issue notice f wfcelherjin by Mr. Fuller in 1849, immediately after Monday, Feb. 25, 185tL- and plebeian pedestrians. "The People" made will bo-completed.M -'
Nonh Carolina ? It the on of H. B It"
this meritorious contribution to' Southern :I or ho became a candidate for the office of Canal Major Heus, recently of the N. O. Delta, the'day one of enjoyment nndjf we were to There will be two, boor ?m.t
I Croom survived, and his domicil which was of the la- intervening between this and the 24th'
literature. the brcast
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religious Commissioner in Pennsj-lvhnia, which has but bearer of judge by appearances,
that oChis father was in North Carolina, then g cs to Nicaragua to-morrow, aa instead of the first will jraebed at 12 ftL, of 20di,ted

We observe in the Pensacola |Democrat his grandmother according to the statutes of recently come to light. We regarded with dispatches froln our Government. He is accompanied dies were filled with patriotism, ( the 2il at 9 A. M., of 22d. What change,
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tho announcement that the Hon.' A. E. Maxwell that state would inherit the personality of II. surprise and distrust the remarkable facility by Mrs. Ileiss, and will be absent cotton,) for they turned out in the most brilliant will occur on the 20th, 22d, and 24th, time

of this State has reCCLtlyTiSited that displayed by this gentleman on a recent occasion some months: l array and goodly The gorgeous only.can determine.. Thus far the temperature -
B. him. If the
Croom through on contrary
and addressed the citizens tho in adapting his views to correspondwith colors of their garments would make a continues to sustain the accuracy of the
dty, upon po- the father survived, or if hft had his domici' KxowNorni cisx D hL ? .-It is said
of the circlet
lineal topics ofthe day. those of a: certain party in Congress desirous that there is Know bA in peacock hide his head under bis wing in despair measure
which of course his son would take in Florida one Nothing Lodge and tho rainbow itself melt through Should the ecld pass to the fifth circle, on
away
of him the ,
SCWA &EE BRIDGE.:The Alligator Ad- then brothers would inherit the proper. promoting to Speaker'sChair. the Congrecsional District represented by shall I.describe the 24th, it will for this latitude, present A
And their how
At the dato of this letter he sheer envy. eyes
was a
Col. the late candidr.ta for wonderful phenomenon. E. Heriain.GOTHAM..
verliscr informs its readers that an admirably ly by the statutes of this state. Richardson Spea look would kill at
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them forty
rank Provisoist and every
Freesoilcr and WiJmot .
I ker. It consists of member ami he is
constructed L"lV r Savannah one as
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bridge now complete and The case was argued by Judge ( rods and each glance draw blood at twice the
remained his last election
the of -
ready for use across IheSuwanneo Rirer at I and J. T. Archer Esq., in place of so up to period himself the Lodge (lock, stock and barrel) that i
convinced
distance. I women From U Honda
( am now [ Seotbdj
in 1854 at which time ho was nominatedby
the White and is anxious to know bow ke shall away .
Solphcr 5prin !. Judge Berrien deceased, fer the complainants get
the free soil tty of his district, and accepted from ought to be made to take the place of Sharpe'sriflesin Fancy Ball at New-Port.
and Mr. W. G. M.Davis, Mr. Petigrue o f it.
by
From Washington the finest
him the of Kansas.} The day was ibis i
by upon following platform "We do not feel prepared morning writ oat
and M. A. Er::: In the-JIassachuseFJa State Senate
On the 25th nIL, Mr. Mallory, from the Charleston, Long Esq.forde1- resolutions: ,on most genial and most agreeable imaginable, I ror to-morrow's urn raeh a daeriptioa of IM Fancy *.,

committee oDX:1vnl'trairs, repotted a bill to i dants.Tljj. Rtsohed, That while wo question not the I Wednesday, a respire and article of amendment the muddiest, the slushiest, and most disagreeable nan which earn off at New Port on UM night .f lh22nJ ,

amend court room was crowded to hear the I to the Constitution providing that for hour the instant u it worthy of. the orauiooi We are
nn act passed at'the late session, to i right to alter or amend any act of Congressby possible.! At an early military

fomote tho efficiency of the Navy. I arguments of Mr. Petigruo and. Judge Law, subsequent legislation, viewthe passageof .eigners shall reside In the country twenty companies and various societies, began to unwilling however to let it P' withoot' notice, satin

A bill.has been reported ia the same body these ditir.guishedgent1emn fully sustaining the act of the last session commonly called : one years before voting, were passed by a form, and converge from their various quarters the name of oar TalUhuwe friend*;.. retaro oar

their th< iO:1. In- the Kansas Nebraska Bill," as a wanton vote'of 2a to 6. acknowledgement* to, the )Manager far.'thw ecu,-
providing f r the erection of fortifications on' high reputations on >_ OCCl : j to the Park. The front of the City Hall
and liberal
attention
deed all the counsel on both sides have given unprovoked, and cruel violation of plighted INDIANS ix TEZTIS.-Returns from the Indian and in teons boapiulity, -
tire loookers
Honda with
coast. The importance of its faith between the Northern and Southern was soon thronged on, No pain* had been spare*! oa their part la

provisions has boen pressed upon the attention : die cause a most thorough nnd searching tions of this confederacy-wanton, because por- ngencies in Tea show that the State 01 eryk window, and balcony of the Hall,itself, ing to reeeiro ami.entertain their gueu,and pnpu1 1

cf tfc Senate by speeches from SenJ.t9.s.I. discussion, and evinced the most unwearying uurequired by the circumstances of that portion contains 20,000 Camanches and Kioways, 3- stood clusters of persons,like swarms of bees, fair,under their auspice pui eras a mu

Y Glee and .Vallory of this St:1.'(. I. industry in accumulating testimony and au of the public domain-unprovoked, because 000 Arrickarees, 800 Wacoes Towacano, apparently hanging on by each other. At I ly crrdiuble! to them, and rcrv aatn&ctorj to their) I,

thority. It was a fine field for the display of; to the extent of their ability the Northern and Kecchies, 500 Lipans, 400 Mescaleros, noon, the mayor, accompanied by the greater guest It was fadeed,one of thoM oeeaewa*e.which

St. Marks' Bay. States had fully executed the,compromise OGO Wichitas and Cad and every one present appeared to(eel cheerfalaadlook, iJ
legal ability, and a great intellectual treat to i Apaches, oes number of the Common Council, made their
of 1850 cruel b
measures becausedestined
We perceive with pleasure, a communication listen other tribes numbers estimated but happy. :
to the argurdent. to not ,
of 1812
: to shock with slavery a Territory larger than appearance. The Veteran Corps The Ball room for th. occasion-th* fpadow hall
in the Wakulla of1 '
Times the 20th ulL, : the old thirteen States. r.V .'" mustly. small.Tjttwrco. passed in review before them, and a grand on the s cond floor ofthe Court Unas*-_briDki t.
containing tie gratifying information that the The National Republican COJlVt Uo Retired, That while we m gn e and -Ustefal i
OUT Cow-Some onp in the procession. the various societies present I ly illuminated, and ft* decoration at *.

Schooners Alert and Wm. R. King, had arrived This body recently assembled in Pittsburg, will carry out in- good faith allow constitutional neighborhood of Cleveland tells the Herald marched around the Park. After leaving the showed that its keeper had himelf a mlad !a the

from Mobile, with the Bell Boat intended Pa., previous to its adjournment adopted resolutions obligations of we are opposed limits tothe and extension an almost'incredible story in relation to the Park, the procession passed up Broadway to dance to turn aIr thing "into &vcr and prettiac1" :
slavery beyond existing
for the Ocklockonee Shoals. It is the of all laws allowing On entering the room we saw.ladk*inked and --
every demanding repeal fantlemen
cold weather of the 9th instant He Canal
to any further increase of its power in the says, Canal Street, where it turned down to I

way adapted to the important purpose for .the introduction of slavery into Ter- ..National: Councils. it was 10 c.!'J that the cows had to be drive Hudson, and along that comparatively unimpeded apparalled" in fancy eestntna: M beauty nn-
adorned and dignified afl sal
which it i is designed, to guard navigators ritories and the resistance these bachelor bowiag
once free, by con That sincerely holding
en into the house to thaw their bags before thoroughfare to Fourteenth Street, and smiling,and their bow were' graceful and their"
ngsin the perils produced by those dangerous stitutional means of the existence of slavery views we do hereby mark tho authors &nd Tery
milking. the Atademy of Music, where tho oration of smiles were very gracious. Th whol grwp pt -'
abettors of that the
act
as men unworthy .
shears which support
are rcprcscuted as extending iu any Territory ; supporting the free state of enlightened freemen for any office in BROTMKBS.[ -Hon. Samuel Wells, Demo. the day was to be delivered. Along the whole sented the appearance of a Chappy family".who**'
in a certain direction much further men in Kansas and favoring its immediate ad. mjnd was In the dance where '
-
their gift. cratic condidate for Governor of New Hampshire line of route, the streets, the windows and
than is generally supposed. mission into the Union as a free State, and "Resolved, That we have undiminished and the balconies (where there rieasorc newly) band are sweet,
and Governor Wells, of Maine, are door stoops,
appropriation has been made }by. Congress rigorously urging the Republican party to resist confidence in' Hon. H. M.Fuller, and that our Though they lie abort the feet.1
brothers. Another brother were crowded. Flags
were ,) swung
for the construction of a Light Houseon and overthrow the present administration. confreres are instructed to use all honorable wu formerly any Matron, with their feir-haired; daaghten, laths
Lieutenant Governor cf 111 in oil.CCr gracefully over the streets, and white handkerchiefs -
means to secure his re-nomination. bloom and !In Die
South Cape which yoath beanty joong men *morally
superadded to the Regarding the American party North as .
A distinguished literary tourist was in white hands waved graceful encouragement march, fall of hope and ripe for ad Ten tare*in gallantry
improvements of this
character now in cx- identical in and policy with their
. purposes American Convention in Philadelphia. once found in a of tears the to those who were doing honor and lore,all mingled in the scene where everyone
paroxysm over
I
iitcnce
will the
give most ample security to own, the expression of an opinion adverse to the Or- moved the eonourd sweet aeoade
to the occasion. Daniel Ullroan was appeared by t
We learn that the Convention supposed tomb A Waefcbgtoa at Mount
the maritime by telegraph ,
ingress and to this important the former avoided. We ask
was carefully
egress of the American party in Philadelphia, Vernon, but it turned oat to be only the Ice- ator of the O. U. A. Societies. A Banquetwas 14 Now see prepared to lead t"elplia'I&zJ, daawr

.. Bay, and the adjacent waters. We our readers to bear this in mind, that while the adopted the platform of tile Council in Wash given at the Astor House by the Friends The lovely nymphs and well dress d youths adryaon|

observed in January last, on our way to this Black Republicans denounced in unmeasured ington. City, which they recommend 'to the hoole.e of Civil and Religious Liberty." At this a The spacious room receiTe it.jovial guests

city from South Florida, that the .hannc1lead. terms the Democratic party, for reasnos very National and State Conventions for their adop- : The Houseof Representatives of G or- namber of letters were read from eminent And the floor shake*with pleasing weight oppreased."

. ing through and from the_ Bay to tie River well understoodj they say nothing against the tion. We subjoin ft to satisfy the curiosity gia, by formal resolution, have declined to the The prnsare of ether matter opon our eehrmn,
' I in various of country regrettingtheir
. had bc'ea most accurately defined by the plant- Know Nothing We confess of our readers with the singlo remark-if it hold intercourse with Vermont, and instructed men parts claiming precedence to oar limited space, wiH not allow
honestly
party. be the Nationhl Convention the Inability to attend. Among others, were .
adopted by ,
the rarioo chancier
: ing of Buoys and the fixing of Stakes as was that we do not deplore tho inception of this the Goreanor ac cordingl]. They will M to particBlaroa persosted *-
delegates from the South should retire with- Governor Clark of New York; Gov. Wise of in fancy ctone. It was quite amssing bow-
satisfactorily demonstrated by the easy and new party. It is but another ebullition of out a moment's hesitation. Such a platformmay neither receive messages nor send them. .
Virginia ; General Scott, George P. Cnslis, ever to Ie&MOSS (a Down Easter) epiontBg-wattzwith
: unobstructed approach of the Gulf Steamerto the political cauldron, serving to illustrate the very well suit the views of the spoilsmenof Q: r SantA.Knndsresiding) atTnrbaeo,four and G. M. Dallas. Tammany Hall, too, was the Queen of the'Fame*-the embodkmect of
the Wharf at the Ware-Louses. Washington City, but is not at all adaptedto leages from Carthagena. He expresses bitter .
impotency of all these bubbles,and exhibiting Gen. ad- that dirinity of the air whose throne i*a I...
Southern latitude,! or indeed latitude hatred towards the United States. He is again in all its glory. Qnitman

There are few middle Floridians who han by contrast the power and strength of the where the people possess sufficient any patriotism said to he stimulatiug the industry of the people dressed a large assemblage there, as did ColOr But MOM was never more at hi*easowalking ahoat f.

: reflected upon the project of uniting our At. Democratic party. to maintain__ tho constitutional r!his of. thesouih of Turbaco, and loaning them small sums of S. C. and Col. Davidson of la. The perfectly Soroewith luajeoat-tail sweeping the floor,
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lantic and Gulf coasts, who are not struck with --- ." 0 of money to buy stock, to undertake new ; received ready to tread a measure with any fair darnel lint
speeches of these gentemen were would be eo kind air to fcpMr hhrf with her heaL
the importance of these improvements viewedin Democratic Meetings plantations and to improve their present ones.

connection with the Railroad A meeting of the Democrats Dnval County The foregoing significant article we extract He is endeavoring to hale a turnpike -constructed with enthuSasm. The shipping all along our At one o'clock the company adjourned to the ep-

enterprise from the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, the from the village to the city of Car docks were gaily decorated.with flags ; a national per room,where Hose wa gel the only man who replenished

now actively progressing; improvements,too, was held in Jacksonville, on Tuesday the leading organ of the Know Nothing party in thagena, ana is said to have offered to contribute salute was fired upon the battery the his oysters and eel and eoaae again on a

that to the minds of most of our citizens, pre- 26th ult, and appointed the following list oi: Georgia. TEe very platform thds emphatically $ ,-two thirds of its estimated children of the various schools were dismissed roasted turkey with good trimmings.

ecnted themselves rather of future and distant delegates, to the Convention,.viz: condemned teas adopted by the Know Nothing cost-towards the work. at 10 o'clock to enjoy themselves as best they The rapper was really 'a most eaniptaoa and elegant

hope than of present realization. A more Melton Haynes, Charles Broward, Mc. Convention in and after the WASHINGTON \( ::):.-The report of repast,.n np i* the.v'J bcstatjk.wi&a
Philadelphia;. and altogether, the of the
might, gayety past,
; careful inquiry into the means.at our command Queen McIntosh, George Branning, John L. nominations for President and Vice Presidentwere the Mandgeraof Washington Monumentsays good variety sna i in great akeadaaeeAfter yielding
make look forward with '
will us pleasant anticipations a aenUmental iodilfeoee' to tie rick vlaad,,ewvet
and the Hamilton Martin Butler J. H. H.,
acquirement familiar McRory, : .
more made at the suggestion of a Southern fruits &c so'.bowiilfWIy befcre
of the coming "Washington's meat, .o*.
;. knowledge of the effective capabilities of the M. Gookin, I.V. Garnie, Geo.'W. Call, A. A., delegate an abortive effort was zgade to abolish l.- The receipts of the year have been far Birth Day." the company retaraed rtfreahod to tae>baja reoo re.ramed .

gentlemen who have these matters in charge, Canova, Wm. P. Dewecs, Charles Summers,p it altogether, ." as,not at alt adapted 'to less than in any preceeding year since the Nothing has yet been heard of from the the daaeeaadkept it BpMlIaaoad.CMBre'cIock

: show that these schemes are but Wm. G. Christopher, and Felix Livingston),pp p cor.. r stone was laid. The gross amount in the mom JIg.
not Utopian, Southern latitude wh'ero the I
rseowo. pcrj :ss
i frocj all cources has been but $7,740. We Pacific. Mr. Collins appears to be satisfied
stand ; Our thanks 3ne to the.1adi.'tJa. Managers
are
: .
an arithmetical basis Esq's.ESCAMBIA
of
upon absolute sufficient patriotism to maintain the cobstitu"tional have now $2,500 in the treasury, and are in that she will never be heard from more. The Mose the
: and d-partiClIJ.1f1y to fboader of the
-a*
practicability. If we have been correctly informed Corxrv.-A meeting' of the rights of the South." all not exceeding $3OOO for debta contractedby of the Alabama lessens'the ,
return
hope Of banquet, who so aedaoaaly'did the noaon la fbrnalv
; assuranc.4 arc given by the Hon. E. Democratic party was held in Pensacola on us, all of which is expected to be liquidated the most sanguine. The Atlantic is now seventeen log the "creainre comfort"" .

t: C. Cabell,.who, in common with his! colleagues the 16th nIt at which spirited resolutions were The Know NotJd.g Nominations. and paid by the end of this month.' days out. Some surmise that she -

; J of the Railroad Company, has been passed and the following gentlemen appointedto The Macon Citizen, one of the moet zeal MR. BrCUANA.-The personal and political bring tidings of the Pacific, but this is may not Tribute Rested.. _

: indefatigable m his exertions in behalf of our the Madison Conventicn, viz : J. R Brooks,, ous of the Georgia Know Nothing presI .friends of this gentleman in New York, probable. .The Persia reported MONTICELLO, Fe1. !;185d:
very many
Railroad scheme that its completion is no A. .G. Middleton, Joseph Sierra, Cclestino I seas thus speaks of Fillmore and Donaldson are making arrangements to give him such a vessels the icebergs on the banks of At a regular meeting- Hiram Lodgv, No:
among
longer characterized by uncertainty, but on Gonzales, Esq's, and lIon. Dillon Jordra : reception on his arrival from England, as New Foundland, and the opinion is gaining 5, held on the 23d inst, the. rol .-.

.; the contrary, is now unquestionable. An shall evince their full approval and appreciation lutions were unanimously adopte fWHEHEAS ; .
We have no words to express our mortification ground that the Pacifiic was wrecked_ there.

event, which although deprecated by many SPRING is AT HAND.-From Alabama pa. at the result of the nomination for Vice of b coDduct while Minister at the While the Persia was lying at her pier in The all wise Creator has.Ja big-

of oar most worthy citizens, on account of pers we learn that immense flocks of wild pig. President. Mr. Fillmore will do for President Court of St. James. she attracted unusual attention. divine providence seen fit to remoYv from*

the modus operandi by which it is attained, I eons are swarming in the woods, tttracted by though be is not our choice,.but as for Don- ENGLISH BEST OF ALL.-Ernest Jones Jersy City, her our midst ,our worth j and well beloved
before
in
order
A few departure
days to
: will send a thrill of joy through all the country -I t.e abundant crop of acorns,* not yet fallen aldson, how it'came to pass that such a third touches this idea in the following lines: she thrown Brother, ROBEXT C. HCMT. ; for flveyearethefaithfulTreasurero.thhLodge. -
rate man, with no pretensions to statesman. gratify curiosity, was open for ex-
1 to be bcnefitted by its important practical from the oak trees. Iu the neighborhood ol Greek's harp we lore to bear; .
S ship, should have received the nomination, Latin is a trumpet clear: !aminatioir, to t tfie'pubfic. Twelve and a half -
influences. Elyton, they have a roost which/one journal We 1 Resolved That although.'' 'foel eosfblj
our comprehension. we -
f t. surpasses presume, Spanish like an organ swells; cents were charged as an a admission fee, and .
We may on_some other occasion,undertake says, is dangerous to approach, from the mhn- however, that the authority of tho Conventionwill Italian rings its bridal bells; I, the oar'loss in the deathof our BrotiieirKobert *-

; to.sketch some of th* advantages which &re her of branches broken off 'and falling from be disregarded by the great body of the France with many a frolic mien I 80 large was concourse of visitors, that a .C. Hirst, and deeply jmpalh5e.vriSj,
Tunes ber sprightly violin; sum of over 82000 WAS realized. This was 'bereaved and friends '
American family we eUbowto
proceed from theRoad, also the topography the,weight of the birds.. party. Loud the German rolls his drum
: climate, and productions .ofthe noble. J : Say nothing of the repudiation. the 12th When Russia's dubing fyrabals come; handed ove to the city missionary societiesfor the mandate of him, who-doe>.a&thiawefl. .

1 re Donelson on Fillmore. Section of the Platform ot 1855, the nomination Bat Britain's sons may well rejoice, the benefit of the poor. The Persia is i .

gion of our State, through which it will pass. of such a man as Dolaldson will be the For English is the human 'roiceor said to be the _largest,steam vessel afloat- 2 RtxJrxd,:.That m t. 'da 'of. ourBroJ

i Meantime, the stake of the whole State in the During Mr. Fillmore's Administration, A. J. nether millstone that will drag the nominee ::: When Edward Everett was.entertained then Ibis.Lodge has lost ono ot ra most faithful -*

enterprise is of incalculable importance. It Donelson, tbe. .Know. Nothing candidate for (or,}Piesidcnt:and the party.with him down to at a public dinner before Boston She is constructed entirely of iron, and the officers, who..waji:ever' prompi la tbdfi.
I the Vice edited the leaving objection to iron Tessels'on account'of the charg.fb1z dntle the fraternkj sins. aoxP
will be the means'of developing the concealed Presidency, Washington perdition. There can be no enthusiasm man %
valuable Union, and no man ever:abbsed Mr. Fillmoremore ufactured for such a ticket on such a platform Judge Story gave as a sentimentGenius. large quantity metal influencing the'com well tried Bbeerrea4jto.i'e'A.distressedand : .-
resources,that_surround us, awaiting sure to be rewarded where Everett heal:'.the" -
is broken
than he did.. The present Editors of the as the National Council have submitted for goes. pass, is_said to have been entirely overcome heart (artsinstanoea" /
.
the.talismanic touches of'science and art to the one established last year. Everett responed" I aw, equity and jurisprudence contrivance.:.elevating the : or which are welT aXao N tt> kher
:'strengthen( oar.position in the effort to maintain Washington Union promise us a rich treat in ; no efforts can raise them aboveone by a "regulating Brethrcn.itha-pWs) .gOMa&.WIadrci
We conclude with the following from theN feet from the
compass forty detk. An instrument : .
I the great straggle for.political and com- the way of extracts.from "Donelton on Fill. Story." .
t I more" *:York Herald:. is also on on board 'by which the aBor- 3 Jlaol J&t In toen1: >01_',,-
tnercial with the other States of I
equality the A The Rome
: : Tbo labors of the late National Know Noth. ,Courier has .aziac. rations to'which the deck compasses are liable for the dec ad thi Lodgi aU, be eI..'

.Union. r Hon. Isaac E. Blester, .a gentleman of ing Nomirmtten Contention have resulted I io count of a duel lately) fought' near Dallas, ,-are corrected, and. which CapL Judkina, (Ii mourning tbe apace,of thirty dey\ .'

; The jocularity of thec Madison Messenger : splendid:talents,'and favorably oWD to,the the formal dissolution of the Aroericon.Party, :.Paulding county. The ;parties ,were, Wiley the Commander. *' .ewadert,_ .sufficient'. __ without the the Brethren time."will wear tbo'mmFbsylge b*

dispUjedltself i in Vreeent number:by a play- I public as a member ,of the 'last Congressfrom a dare, to be followed op with a systematic Jones and:Wra.Bane/relaHves. They fought the aid ortbeelevte4cpaa&' 4 same Resolved TutVeopy' 01' *;:"Resole_ I
.
9 faPallauoV jta' f; tKeact! that, we had :been a i the Lancaster. district i ,. Pennsylvania, lie and desperate the .attempt ren remains to galvanize of the into active with rifles an'd red three.:times .Jones;jras What:baa;been.the matter.WkhJur poets t tlooa bo.seutttrthQ tosilj. of o;r.4aVeHj r a-'

,4r to the..wiles of ope ,.Doctor Jpanof: has formally.and. publicly'joined! Abe democratic a1l1J1 again 1. H .old|'-whig..- slightly wounded by the lint two-;shots,'after Immediately' .after"'the first_ :snow-fall, we curing ttierar of OKiSeej 'AA- 'i*Umr

t'iQJ'IYotkyhos love powder 'notice we'in- party. Mr, Heiiter had previously i Acted which be rushed upon his antagonist i and tried were absolutely deluged.with show poetry._ sad>baoa1nsbe: c= O f r .
reviewlfhe i ;
t dsbrt6d taniii : 'with the old. line wILT ,. 'i .After a.fun) political! field, the, to knock htm u down'. with. his, :rjflfr. jnthjg1. .he 'Has'Intensely t cold'weather' oien.Pega- 5. Iazvq&Thr,cpy siC b.._to

I .". .,.#, .... .' ; Herald *4"what la.the ptOIpeC NOSe us I'- failed;hciwver, and' Had his brains beaten .tb. fl&I414IquM'4.dj&adth as rf4I I
Wi5't ,
,
.D 1&iatofw1ichwe i -T; : BUS ; .oraswaathe, csi th Baron Mw.chanasen's ; :
4- < I1U 't tE' :- < h And,answers-in this. wise. .. '. .. A i .
] 7he '1b. outby-Bftu Jones died 'immediately and -
; & '
have the
; notes of
.- id.'ft'9CO 0n-ftat ,the pow { .. .. bulge, our birdS 'tor.Qf8tgnet.d'fo- *t Miwtt* GooNgli
j: ,, fb,-.ff tb ejr.bad:been received,'.would i j 'H WASHmGToxFeh.2e.The .. We'th nlclt;may be briefly summed' ''np.--; Bane escaped. '. .f : **. olsong congealed i io their throats,to be'thawed be furnished.wiik a saitiU*nottea of the.

have been didded-Apdprfacnted.to oar single House ?P cia t |.:cpramiftee\ ontoe. cab.ject M1FflIddi,1l probably' carfy tb> three 7fIWro ro.found': \\fa' therUniU 'S ites,.in out WthmecflPY'ri1edZfflCl fltiy same with yuut.t < .

ofa1'acflio railroad to:connect. e;AtJ4.; State* of Delaware, Mirjiand and Kentaekri: :1850, {2555-persons'o'verlOO ars of age.- \Vo-)JiaTB not'si 8iogfej'dolt6Wlnter'(]' .tl : A. true cc '6in.a
ftieda the.8int.iM1; atd Amgatot.Adtt W t;conc1ude'flirit: !iir; "inflatefc This tfiat'dne; 'will <
: coasts is composed as follows! :.>lesfs.Denvar show* person' in0000 be bow:-th' 4uwd4nbh; *

,.'.,. M,."tfr..tbe.. ; .'ho'.pe> "ortiie r; 1.dri i',1 ihlt- .> 4' l\tt.<.' !I ftf .Califqroa..Wopdwpftb,. of W., $outhetn;elecfloneititThefr I' (ni raUII\ !effes likely to live to- \h t age; "' _tt,' r.< :*"*/'.* t6iei- -vtopL ;6wh.aj9cng osj.wo mayaaIttnayjiow .iTi. 1Jf &
W -"tb
fl.f tI'Mnrxtreet. of' 18"'hm!. .Lt. <<.:" irte1 Houston, AUbamt; Mot, of Obi io; Wells, t\\'hea! i < Tte Drench" 'emifo.4>dfl&I 'elows oply vll .bpGarHm wtU forithe t aiiiU !'Maaona..f. .,

r ;: cm1i. tm..L "0." f1'I' .,tob4h( + rscomr Kidivell' ,.Virginia ; Jewett, di'nekbettt4ivioioftbeI: Re ll ,' w f 1O2: .c,"rI: oldrtb""iii' b" rju IO 'ht t 11' .t -

H ; "tif-rVr.; McCart, -f3_ ,VlTV! ('r van'r'ofrrh : .O rrt: ) B rt1i\ population,w&s. e01t.. r-" tajQ. ; I h"'r'i' ;tb: "Bi"B cr ') VCh..lrrW.. a-

.Jo9 ,JJat.e&d'DrS'y" "!gt.. h..U1. 1 R ad ror: Ncrlh 'Cao1it1 r'Wobd, wci. ld b rou to 'eon"' de to' lm .aof. oflfsry .,. third, than die the popalation of'this coantry. SpriDg 1o:. fr'x1f.J11 t potn u-:
d.f1fit. 'f
!difoittlA f'MaiiU JId alld Sti'North' fitisotaiikt' n. Old is tbcrefore/aitaiaed ucb ''J J\ .UIV
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r ,_., : Lhac1ltll' r. .KttnkI : .i :L".n < \ -':: .:' age amonB. Wnd' I'f' tn .pliM OI 1

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BRUNSWICK.( I>l>.21st, 1856: : '2Vew York, Feb. 29, Tbo ice broke'np ntSL R'F.IATNJNn'n the Post Office., at TaHaliassee ," .J: F ',.,," ", a2t:4: 4', )i'4L1 .' .
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A meeting of the citizens o1. Glynn and ditn '" M ilfin t War 'ttxsd iiLAt" 'W.rt.z' J ,h._.. DuMLPNIJn
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twenty.Navigation has been X.-<1 W ,.Alrnn.1-r. |iJi:A A 'it1 '' ", _
County. held this day in the City of Brans., resumed at CinciHiiatT Down ihe.' valley; Armld,Ool Rol*W.AUtmr,J H AivfmraJV-B,Aft.tfetiin .ref .. ., ..- i :" : ACTnoirrr, '''.4.. frAT. ..*, rr.'G0ZC1L'I ] I r' t fIJ'

wick; on motion of Dr. B. M. Cargplr, Jttaj.' and in the 'Monongnhela ,liver tbejcejra lIj ,.On Atkmoh, Mlgt fl i nf,flonfo,(f):*f' SEGTION.Be it unbtfiW&y&rn Want tma* tu' .OYTU. .. 97, ." .. St.rJ ora .
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B.-Chan Brown.PfekraaBtrri.M'-M Jj not >wl, i&fe4eaiiy- .e. I'J '
U. DART, was called to the Chair and A. J.MIHEK breaking, ;up and. the waters/tiery high.- Dr.J SBvwd.. Jom pli H Brick. E G Brown BWOO kWalker. That the tat section of.the tevetw 'act of Ux 'j. : ; : nil V.nW- ., -. .

Esq., apppointed Secretary. i Wheeling,creek,was completely gorged and : B 0 Baker. Berry TioVTootb, .
much dam ago ,Rc'd: I Brocket,Mi. Caroline A Bush Benj .Be>nine.J S part of this'Ordinance. FW Soaps. "
J. P. K. Savage, Esq., in a few brief, for- ; I Brown J D Bowen B Bmdbery Miy F C te1.{!) .SEC, t f4tfurtkrrt.erdninti. That(bete shall be Hauap1anLotte1y! .anTaiut : A .

eille and effective remarks explained the object : M'Lane's Worm Specific, J.W Bradford JL Bird P, Breona, Cashier Mercht levied an4 cqlh i e.t l the (following taxes for ,the fiscal' ; ''I1M. .

Bank .. year commencing on tie:1st day of April,' 1856: TWELVE HUNDRED PRIZES % ,
of && meeting, eloquently setting' forth i PREPARED Bf LEMINO BIIO8. "CJ.Owen Cravev, CbeiR i 'oplHT Clmplin Dix n I"Upon sIt merchants vending Roods ware and .. .' "Th1e: t11rieeif nt atic1ft If J.w1sd, _ht.
of'evrT t'tT
i '3r The following from a etxws the de- Carroll.John rnPrcliaiMree,a tax of thirty-fire rent mi hundred : lip.ly
customer
numerous advantages possessed by the Cavol. foe Carter. Elijah Clark, Dr every .*. .W .
the mautlwhich this grearbwdiciue has created wherever T J Cnrlee I) C Oooppr Cot W. B Clark. dollar n value'of the stock in trade pa the first S O' O'OO'f jrjcilsts; .-
City Brunswick and the superior claims, ; it has been introduc: "* P.-W-: 8 Dunn. It J Dick. John Pent Jeeph. day # !April next at near ai the some can kr. asoerttmed. 9 4t b14 &id jsliflIt5t A Ul.did 1tf -1 .
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the bas npon'the entire people of Georgia : BLOSSBCKG,Tiopi Ca Pa, March 30, 1S50. : Davenport,Stindv Dnval. Col L R Derating' venders of,"' -t -' ;* CLASS'.. ,. t.c' :-. Orders md(no thrrt lb*OOaatty# 4iL '.
A 2-rwTIgppall gnotls,wares and1 merchaniieotheTpan .
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BItos.-Gewt1flntR wk1t
for State contribution towards carrying on coneequetwsa.of -I dmond on. "' '* "*' .,- < itinerant trVders.)who shall o m ? UiYIfltCedi :
need his determinafKK
and Florida Rail Road j -th ff pieat enuuatption .of 'yewir. Worm G.-.1 "Eli OilberL i 4( mence/irmraesjr after the first day ,,f April next, a tax THY Manager having awio in &. 1'b-a1eiaa. p .c
the
the Brunswick to Specific" in this place and "incinitv.we have entirely filmy ((21 ofttHrty-fireVentVoo hundred 4lollar& in value make t th jnort.popufcr Lottery A1Io.Epp.q''eomp FlaidlGf. .
,
completion.On i exhausted our stock; We should feel obliged by your 11-O'.Henry(3Lu; >n. Hut-veil A H Enron of thwr iteckw trade,to bamnatd-and natcrotdl : world offers for March nth a aebesnb that fcraurpas- 1861. .'I .
Mrs Caroline fc
L Hudson & Co
Acnz Hopkins ; aimals of Lotteries
< offend the
fcirwarding.via Coming N. Y,20 clucm, with see any scheme ever m '
rtliwith
motion of James Houston, the chair, bill your Hen R W Higgena O L Bony, W P Horvell] JehnRHawes > upon their commencingbuainess. Look to Interestxambe the Capital ODe .- :, .
,on the reception nt which we will remit you the: '3-.-Upon allliousehold furniture including gold aDdailver.plate your WI-! 1.--rt IL
Somtnlttee of five to draft prize to every Eight Ticket & kWC C.
money j .c '
"appointed a :resolution and mamcat instrmnenta, and all r
L-MiFp Marsha Jordan 2, John A J aJ C upon Me to
From the. wonderful effects of said in Ten Thousand Numbers only 1 Qiw EgfclTickets. = 114.J : '"
*exPre* fve of the sense of the meeting tBis neIghborhood there could be Sold.Specific" Jcwf, H If tvr. Frank Jooe;Rub S Jones Richard watches,a ta*of thirty-' y.cents on every hundred I .. To Ie.. jgyekXlIl,1851,400N 'L
annually a dollars in Tahie_thereof. 1f.a. 11,Qent..l.h'
.J Joslin.It I
.
an'd the mitteeeoniisting James Houston large qannity,if to he had(wholecal and retail)from nf'IIJ* 3 4Upon all improved unimproved: town kts a CERT.HALL, tI.bn tfy under thfr sworn rtrWfe .81 ;" : '
-Iiaac Knight tender of Oul Oto.M. and James A.:Nkbet, !
some local If would Login kfiPrd..tti. Preserved
J. \V. Moore agent you comnermite a person tax of tbirty-fiVe cents on every hundred ddjars' value Qauws4F1us'i
Harris B. .Tnsiah Lane
M. M. 1-Jnmf"A Lawson. WOliao/Lawson '
C. i
,. Carg- 1 for trouble and expense vending, I .think I could thtreot Eusquiro. : ZxliiIi, c.r'K'.. I'_-i r

gle, and E. M. Moot, reported the following make it J.tur"Ra.nnt.'lge to do BO. Washington''ttl.iss Laficld.Sarah McDnald.Robert Lain.J Miller. Mrs.Mann s-Upon all slaves owned- or employed in the city.to Capital .. ............ ... .... ..........115.000 Yeast Puwdr, 'r.k" ;' .

consideration of the Tours,respectfully TVM. M. ilALLORT. F W Mrs Sarah Moore A AM Mnnoon, Alex ( be paid by the owner or owners thereof,) a tax 1 Prize of ..;......... ............... ,OOO Bpftuult OlivEs, IiJJ7--' '.
fur the Meeting. Per W. TL PORTHI.C .md MeCnrtny, : of thirty five cent on every Ituudred dollars value 1 ...... ...........,.S......4.000 Corn Starch Piak1.
M fplf J 0 McMsclnvi .
Resolrcd 1 bat we have viewed with gralificntion Purchasers v.ill tIC careful to ask for Du.ML *-I r DnniMurphevf; thereof. 1 .. .....t.,.. ... .1 ........8,000! Wore.stk&aue5asO: "
Co. H Mills. Dr D W McCrani. MillS Sarah Morri "
and pleasure Resolutions passed by AXE'S CcLEBR&TEn VERMIFUGE manufactured by son, Mrs Marv Morrison,Mm Catherine Miller, .6-Upon til pleasure cnrriages, and upon all Hor- 1 ...............................2.iO45Pnizeiof.,10O0sr English Mustard, Capers, .,- .
FLE.Muk Da.08.of PiUs Pa. All other Yefin 1 mules the : ; ..........5,000 'J'
"rg see an .! kOpt'm city, a tax of thirty-fire Claret
of Thomas characterized Mej Millor &
the citizens county, j I mifne'. comparison, are worthless. Dr. ,1'LRne'lI ni Cn.Jewe1lers.MiMag_ McRaeny,, cents un every.hundred dollars value thereof. 10 .. ... ... 500 ...........5.000 MLag1.f.J&nfaaiy .
I R Win Mntlaehi.N. .
as they are bv a feeling of independence! ", I genuine Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver Pills Ecmi1y. Isaac Merrett. McHenry.Col E D Col; Thomas, :'-Upon all l! Auction Sales a taX c C ODQ half per 60 .. ... .7 68 ,...?...:,,3.000 *, 185ftGlass : -;
spirit i and determination, and beg leave heart. t can now be had nt all respectable Drug Stores. None: Nellekeff' Nully, eenl.uJ the cross amount of dales. 120 ....... 25" ............S.fOO

Jly to endorse the same. gvnuine without the tignatureof 3 Nespser.F..-M B ranklin, N J Ftmlow, 'Wniiam. A For. '6 -upon all Batik Agencies: buying or Felling exchange 500 A ppn.x. Prixes 20 ...........19,000 .011% Wwe LOAkC.rr '
FLEMING BROS. > drawn 600" 10 .. ....,....5,000 nilJtiIiod
'Resolved furlfter, That nolxvilhstandins y ward, Michael M Freemnri" Jackson FartVin; upon any place beyoud the limits of 9T1-11A 'lXwln.toV.
S-ild at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee! and this State, a tax of 'ocnt hundred dollars lo'ft I eMAN"L
have.felt/or the burden of taxation, P.-Mi'Aisb'Plltric-k. Oeo Phillips A B Parker one upon every 1200 PrizijhnomtiHg .OOO frJlari.Ticke's all .'I ,\V.1 it.Xdp'Gre' $
we years bv ono ayrnt in every town in the South. td amount so bought, and every hundred dollar ?lo v'ea.$5 quarteri f2 60. Ptueapavnble e barrels LTniHd 4
Augustine Putter.,John L Parker Wm Parker, Mr ; ; ,
.
and seen this source of revenue expended in March 8. 1856. 10lwSJip Prntt. .,'e, tn.amount so sold for and during the year next pre. without deduction. ,5IardOjt ; .J-
: .>-
aid of other State. enterprises have watched *'Il.-'' Rnn's. Mrs Reid; Isaac Rouse, Elward] cediqir the date at which the assessment of such tax Perams sending money by mail need not fear lIking .TW kegs Zinc FamV, '. < "' *

with interest their inception and progress Urtns. R Hitter Joseph Rliin. shall be: made. lost. Orders punctually attended to. 20 packages Firr-proof PaltI.f(1L( wjdj :MIIi., )
mingled our pride with those immediately S.-Mrs G SwftinThft Scott .TamfR 0 'Sweut 2, 9-Upon all Agencies of Insurance' Companies a Communication confidential Bank noCee of sound 2 t.arre1a siu Oil l.O6pSI"if >

and hailed with de PORT OF ST. MARKS. John Smith, T B Se. tt 2, L F Southerner, Mrs Margaret tax of two per cent. upon the gross atuouut ofall commissions banks taken nt pur. Spirits Turpentine ia barrelS and at t retail. -
and directly interested, Scott received for Mid during the year next preceding Drawings sent to all ordering ticket Those wish -* ...; T .UrQ & LIVELY.J -

light their completion. ARRIVED ''.JofehuR Tavler, J'P Thomas, C B Thompson, the late of cpgment. itig particular nambeii slionld Resolved further, Thnt it is.with feelings, F<.b. 23, Steamer Florida, Cozzena, N"w Orleans, W C Trom1tr lIgf'. Isaac Tole.W. 10-Upon all White Male Inhabitants, between the Address JAMES F. WINTER, -

of regret and disappointment that 'we have''R S. MaiL I .-Christopher Ward, Wm Woodbridge 7, M A ages twenty-one and sixty years, a Pullctax of one Manager Macon: 08 rgia. Received.

learned of the defeat of the Bill giving aid to. 29. Steamer C.Vandcrbflt, Smith, Kcw West, U. Williams 7.C2T" dollar. v February 23., 1856. 8 oj9. anava an. Currant Jellies. Pea;
L .
11-Upon all Free Colored JIa'cs,between the Pickled .Brandy P.
P' ;
SMail.March Persons inquiring for nny of the! above letter ages irs. Sardines, Oysters
Savannah and
and
the Brunswick and Florida of twenty one and! fifty a tax of ten dollars. Ainl. ad 0.
4, Schr. Virginia Apalachicola, xvith salt. will' please any t Are advertised. years. NoticeS es. Prwrv Lemon. ('.Pin.
Gulf Rails Roads. Thus evincing on the CLEARED. March 8. 1856 12-Upon all Free Colored Femalts, between the ifer, Oreen Gage 'Marmahiik. Lwnon .gJ'r t. -n.IPw 'I

part of some of our Legislators a want of ages ut tweuty one and fifty years, a tax of five dol x mnntbtf after date, we will present our accounts, ben do. Strawberry PineApple do,and GingerJo.
Feb. 27. Brig Herald, Kcene. Ch!rlcFton, with 455 lars. vouchers .!, to the Hon.'Jud o of Probate of ?Ra Vin FrwthSAtruoa.Lobat.r';Had
<>terylbing like a spirit.of liberality or a sense bales cotton, SO bbls. rosin oil 10 boxes ondl bhl.tmlze. Book-Binding. 13-Upon every Slave publicly exhibited-for.wile Hamilton County, for a final settlement of the estate; .luck, HallHmt phcrry and Shad.nir. Assorted J'iekles, goukK

of ju ticE. The result only of an ignorance ) 4 bags cotton seetl, 4 bds. bedding, aod 1 roll AVING procured the services of a Binder we within the corporate limits of this city, a tar of four of Stephen Kersh late of said County deceased, and Ale and Port r. .

of the..character of our country the extent carpet are now prepared to do nil business pertaining dollars. ask to be discharged as Executors of said estate. 30,000 ltafa 4CIittra:

of our neccsitie and the great importanceof ,29. Brig C. A.c.c.Kin;. to Smallwood Anderson to that department on reasonable terms. Sio. S. B.it further orJjinfd, That there snail be JAMES GILL. ?I "lri' AMES at LIVELY.Jauuat1 .

thc'enterprise.Rcsolvctl tobacco. 88 h'des, and 8 lids, to sundry con'- nees. March 1,1856. 9 1-Upon retailers spirituous or vinous liquorsin Feb. 10, 185ft. 7 _
further, That inasmuch as we March 1. Brig "Suwnunee, Monroe: to Smallwood .
quantities less than one quart, a tax of one hundred FRESH GARDEN EEDS..
have been denied that aid which we desired Anderson
and deserved, we must depend for the completion "2 bales yarn, 1 bdl ekius,21! ploughs, 75 pieces cast- 'T> AN AWAY from the'Plantation of the Sub- 2-Urion: all Billiard Tables and Bowling Alleys GROWTH Of 18W. ,-
indebted to the late firm of tt .
and success of this great work, upon inb .JL\i scriber. on the 25th Dec. last, his mulatto or Ten pin; Alleys technically called, used for hire ALL persona, either by note or account aro requestedto Byrd 1)UTA --JJaga Flat, Turnip Cabbag.,Bwf. d
DEPARTED, fellow WEST He is about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches a tax of twenty,five dollars.S LL Just received, Jf ',' ,
ourselves,.and the untiring energy and enterprise come forward and settle immediately f r their paper .A1IES A J.tVELT:
high about 25 or 2C old. nnd glittering black, -Upon every dray or cart, used for hire a tax 0elglI1fdoll4n. .
of those.directly interested. ,Leb. !8. Steamer Florida tJozzenff, Key Wezt, years will.be placed in the_hands of an officer fur Col 5. 1858. .1.: .
with U. S. maiL. _. eyes. He was raised in Gadsden county where J\e' leeben.CentreviUe. January, .
Resolved further., That whereas in- view 29. Steamer C. Vanderbilt, Smith to New Orleans bas a wife at Mr. W. H.Gibson's,and reUturesallovter 4Up00 every two or four horse wagon used for Feb. g,. S56. 8 PIAried GnEDrov*" ;

of what has been done and is nqw doing to. with U. S.:muiL the county. He is well supplied wiUi'clothing,eo I lire., a.tax, of ten dollars.. . .. : ,-
wards.the construction of thE Road to the St cannot say how he was dressed when bejfeft I ill .pen every nacK or public carriage used forire.'n1ta 200 1OUNDS Own Drwps, i.
BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS !!
pay f 20 for bis arrest and lodgmentin any jail,or $25 } of eight dollars except hacks and carriages Flavored. Vanilla .
Sale of Real Estate. .
Ilia River, in the delivery! of material!, ioli. for his delivery to me here. belonging to public livery rtables. JpUST receired from New for, the do. PineApple,

ppikes tics, machinery &c., and in the gra. B' virtue of an order of the Judge of Probate for JAMES OHMOm 6-Upon every public Livery 2tabl, a tax of fifty fill. new Books: ?Tb Old do. L.raou, -

ding and bridging we can confidently hope the County of Leon I will sell at auction before New Port, March I, 1856. 9 dollars. Homstead" by Mrs. ADD Stephen, dll. Orau!.:" -

for the completion of that of the line by 1 the Court House door in Tallahassee the following 7-Upon etery Hawker and Pedlar vending good and her former woik, Fashion and Famine. The AME3J&Y5LY. J
part described real estate lying in tlie County of Leon nnd Lumber,! Lumber wares and merchandise, a tax of one hundred dollars. work exhibits unquestionable power, command.6f. language January 6, 1'561: 1 '. -

the first of June next. And the time will known as the W J of NEt, E of N W4.W4SE undersigned are now sawing from five to six 8-Upon all venders Lottery Tickets, a tax of vigorous description, strong passion"and dramatic -
arrive when the people of southern E of S W Section and W i ofN E i W THE five dollars MEDIcAZNNo.TE.DRS. .;
nnd
speedily J. i } 14; and feet of clear Plank day;those iiav- ; nil retailers of spirituous or vinous force. -My First Season a new novel under the ..
and south western Georgia will be called upon (fNW.andSE1ofN W i, nnd E | of SWJ, ing bills to lay should send them per in immediately so liquors as aforesaid, all keepers of billiard.tables, or guise of an autobiography. : it is written with grace o .. ....' ,

to fulfil the pledges made by them at the Section 2S, all in T 1, R 1. S and W; containing 600 that they can be filled and the lumber piled away.- i bowling or ten pin alleys, all keepers of every dray or and beauty, sparkles with imagination and L> sustained GAMBLE & BEFFOlfOf .
acres more or less. Said property is a part of the es- cart or two or four horse wagon, or hack, or public throughout by originality thought and -
last"annual meeting of the Stockholders of All kinds lumber. for plantation purposes sawed at I oxpression. FEtheir Professional Services1 to tU Pub
of Jurats S. Bond ikceased and will be sold for 'Used hire *
lute for .
carriage: as aforesaid-all keepers of liv. Taverbo, from the pen of Madam George *
short notice. A. R COMBS & CO.
Office the Store of MOMTS.Hodgkiss.Set.ttiI .
the Brunswick Florida Rail Road Com the payment of debts. -March 1, 1856. 9-Sw ery stables hawkers and pedlars;all venders .lottery Sand.It Rose Clark" Fanny.Fern.slast novel,togeth G5T opposite .
pany. And earnestly l hope the friends of the Terms made known on dny of sale tickets shall, under penalty of deuble l the tars ease et with "Ruth Hall""Fern Leaves," and .Life and : Poula.

enterprise west of the St. Ilia'will aid in pressing EDWARD HOUiJTOUN, Administrator. To Long Cotton Planters. failure, before ihju- Several .avocations callings, or Beauties! of Fanny Fern." Rose Clark upholds the re- January 6,185ft.. ,1 ,

the of the Road to Thomas .March_ 1856. 10 business as aforesaia rnayb* pursued. and upon the pntatioa'of this distinfniiihe r'feinafe fturelist. It is
completion GEORGIA AXD FLORIDA.
WE have for sale, a few sacks of Fresh Sea Ishnd payment of the taxes: levied as aforesaid, obtain a license intensely interesting and claims the 'attention of the j
ville, Ta'lihassee! Albany.RcsolcsdfurtJier Notice to the Public. Seed direct from South Carolina. The -0-----
tton so to do from the Int daDt.to be countersigned reader from beginning to end. Abbott's Napoleon,
That wo will cheerfully N1 is herebygiven. to forwarn all persons Cotton Ginned from these Seed, sold in Charleston by the Treasurer, aria such'license shall not be i isScred complete. embellished with steel engraving, beginning DR. T. J. CUR LEE .

respond to the call of any meeting for the from trading for a certain promisory note made this Season at 48 to 56 cents per poundMcNAUGHT for a shorter period than one year. with the Emperor's birth. following him through PrgctielngN h1t4sL

of advancing lh* interests ,of th* by A. H.Wjlon. of Station Geo, for SlOB 47.100 4 ORMOND. 9-On all shows other than circnsses n equestrian the Consulate, Empire and Banishment Ills trials "
I purpose dollars, dated September 3, 1855,nnd due March S, March 1, 1856. 9 exhibitions a tax of five dollars and on all circuss or and triumphs are related with great sfrGngtb, and,.the TnOMASTTLLE, GA, and at )2ri1OBUD'
Brunswick and Florida Rail Road. All of 1856. payable to the Jefferson Southern Rights, man equestrian exhibitions, a tax of ten dollars shall be style is unsurpassed by any America writer. Sub 1. aod )lk1 1S0Y. FLA. and their raupMtiva and .

I which was unanimously! and enthusiastically ufacturing Company or bearer. The said note was Notice.AT levied and collected for each exhibition a license to scribers to Harper's- are wltnited. The adjacent coquties. He u aart* any number of Aitifl*

I adopted.On Ulen from the Company, by one Thomas S. Hunt, the residence of the undersigned in Leen Com- Authorize which rotjst rstbe obtained from the Inten. year begins in January withPiekena M Little*Dorret." Mat Teeth,f rum ONE to'a FULL sett oD the latest

motion it was ordered that the proceedings late a clerk in their, employment. A reward of $20 ty. Fla, may be had by the owner a stray SOR dant, and countersigned by Treasurer, under a pen Apply to McDOUQALL A HOBBY. improved principle,tpring them that beautiful l lifelike .
will be paid fur his apprehension and delivery to the REL MARE about eight years old with a blemishin alty of double the tax herein assessed. February! 9, 1856.. 6 appearance whiA appftwrtes If ator> so 'Dear/) .
of this meeting be published in the Savannah Sheriff of Jrffrrsou County, Florida. her left eye. The person claiming and proting. the 10-Upon all jtin(rent traders who shall offer goods u to chalkmj detection by the eJo W etacfViirlPenons

Journal, Macon MUledgeville, Albany After appropriating all the funds of the Company property to be his must pay forile publication of this wares or merchandize fo,sale in this city there shall Administrator's Notice. needing Dent l or>*rt J i6ta lt their NTU-

Tliomasville and Tallahassee papers friendly that came into his hands he charged himself the advertisement GREEN CHAIRES. be levied and collected a tax of one hundred dollars; parsons hiring claims against the Estate of RAL Teeth. and wish him to' ptffumtthen; caa by

l to the enterprise. first day of February last and left a balance of cash March 1, 1856. 9 and a license to to sell shall first be obtained from the ALL McCall, late of Gadsden County deceased applying sit,Lave them don at'tBeTCEbwiof priM
) to bis debit He in company with'his! son, |Iran away ladendant as aforesaid, under a penalty in case of are hereby notified to presert'them to the which will be'und to MUCH luwtfltmo enw
U. DART undersigned
Chairman, the ult., and left failure to do of double tax be been offered in this section of ta-wit
from Monticello on Thesdny night 19 Tax Collector's Sale. so a to imposed. within the.time prescribed by law or this country,.bffory, :
! A. J. MILLER. Secre'ary.! his Hotel keeper to 'hitle for their board. They were Sac 4. Beit further Ordained, That every Da notice will be plead in'bas their and all For lin?teeth'wiia Gold) Full. $1 6 .-W6D, t*:0*
in such hi:h .favor that they supplied themselves BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law as guerrotypist before pursufng such occupation in this indebted to the estate> are requested recovery to make and ?2 CQ varying aaoonling to .ze of a.Y1t1'rand

; THE LATEST FROM ETTSOPE. \\'ith'A'enfeel outfit from merchaLts, and left them Collector of Leon county I have levied upon city, aDd every nonres dent Dentist, before pursuing uamediate persons payment to amount of material nw. E rnctiag teeth, in,ocnca
with the bag to hold The cIder is nlmt 50 years and shall expose for sale before the Court house his profession within the limits of this city-, shall paya .THOMAS only b 0 cents out of I'fBce |!. -
,
MONROE
{ old. five feet ten or eleven inches hijh dark eyes and door in tljc city Tallahassee, on Tuesday the fits tax of ten doll.irs, agj obtain a license from the In- Administrator dta bonis LIU: raiCE fur a full upper or lower sett of tHlb'GI

ARRIVAL < li OF THE dark hair mixed with gray with a downcast villanOus day of April 1 nrt, within legal hours the follow lug I, tendantand upon failure of refusal'soto do, shall Quincy, Feb 23, IS5' 8-8w noo. FLATS (with CONTINUOUS GUllS iJ'Deees.rJ")

look, teeth decayed in front disonbed l lands or so much thereof as will satisfy the pay double the tax above asa sed.BEC. only l ?6 per.tooth, and j> r/rcsatisaclK( >aguaraote diaeveiy
The younger Hunt is about 18 or 20 years of age State. Countv and Rail.road taxes due thereon fur the "' .. 5. BeilfurtherOrdaintd That all Ordinances Cotton Seed Planters. insfanceT- .' .-* -,

AMEB.ICA.IlAl.irAC and a very gc&l looking young fellow smooth face; year 1855 with all expenses inc rred: or,part of Ordinances conflicting with i!! the true iqtent T'dealrivg his services ia mj nDftiod.atC
and dark hair. They resided some 8 or 10 months in The'W 1 of fie S W Section 3.;'Towwhip"Range -*; and meaning of this Ordinance' be ZId"Use sam$are. THE undersigned having purchased the right of I above named couiftia of any oQut aMtioa eI country
.
Newport Fla. The old fellow palmed himself nn 1, East; the W t ofN W J CJrs c. l/Town.f haretiy repealed. inventors, J.T. k L.J:WATC, for the Counties can upon application.by fcttn'to'cfthrf erf;the txm
March 1.-The London Times 2, 1, East" tbe E'.rof N E. i. Section, of Leon and Jeffenon, are DOW prepared to manufacture '
Offices
Judge Randall nnd blew up his tar works near New. ship Range ; tIle Council and approTedjthis! twenty-sixth namedPott ,or othorwZse reoatV prompt a>*
.expressed ome.nnxipty in reference to England port. lie was recommended to Cot John FinHyson, Township 2, Range 1, East; the SEt of S E } of day of February, 1856. them to order. These seed planters are undoubtedly ,ten ..- : .. ,
success in the approaching Peace Con the President of the Company and ,offered to work: Section 3, Tuwnriiip 2, Range 1, East ; the E i of. F. EPPE3. Intendant. the but in use Farmers will-do .w.ll to : --

cheap, as an inducement to get employment The E i Section 4, Township 2, Ranije I,East; all of Sec Attest-CnAiurs HurcHrssoir, Clerk.Hmrh call and examine before purchasing.elsewhere.- r .. Jtxrjta'raoiaf' h : ., .
gress. tion 10, Township 2, Range 1, Est; the N W 4 and f WILLIS BALL. JrmiK C .
public are cautioned to look out for them.: I am under 1856. 4f-9 :.Macon Georgia, ..y.Ho
Fn the Rowe of Commons on The 15th( Mr. the impression that they have gone east for the 3 acres in the N W J of the S W J of Section 11, TallahaueeFeb9,1856. ,.J.14. SXWAKD ) .

IU>eQrkinored the' nrodnction of the cor- purpose of fighting the Indiana.- ..-. Township 2, Range I, East: nil of the W | and the Piano Fortes. JCDOK Lore Jr Thotna'Li.g....

.poidenee with the .United States, and the JOHN M.P AIJdlm.' "W i of the N EI and the W i of tie.8 E i, of Sec. prepared to.1DmiM Piano 'Sfown Property for Sale. .... 8. Wijric"'E*), ) -. .

I i instructions! given to Mr. Cranrpton on the Agent Jefferson B.R.M.Co. 15, Township 2, Range 1, East; the N i of Section WFortee of the. very best quality THE undersigned offers at pnrate-sale, the fellow- *.YO CI rP vSi"Tt.Jeq 1

difficulties between the two Govern )&rcn. 8, 1856.. NWt '. 16, Township 2,Range 1.,East; the E i of the 'N.Wf tipon the most liberal_terms. described property known as the mars Lots G. FJn. '-- .. .
pending : Section 22, Township 1. North Range 8, East; .They are second to Done to any country either. as vii: Lots .& 3, 25, 27. 80,48.140,141. 142. 143 Mer.rs.W.J.fltJ ((MOcitIe.11sfl& .
ments.- Encourage Southern Literature I thoSW4 of the S E i, and tbe 6 W fotthe' SW} to quality orprice. :144 228, 27.'285 239,240 241.. %, 243, 244 245. ... E. Bz.acuuzzj: -

Lord Palmerston defended his Government, 1 of Section 86-Townnhip 2, North of Range 2, East; Every Instrument be warranted. 248, 249, 250, 25!, 253, 254, 25i. 257,258, 268, all Jtnuarj, 1856.. .._. .t_ .1 _
find deprecated n \\"IlT'with America*lif vrng THE _BIBLE CHRISTIAN, the W 1 of the 8 W J.and the W of the S E J. of MILES NASH & CO. in the original plan oftbe city Tallahassee, --- -

the interests of the two countries insepar BY THE REV. JOSEP.HUS ANDERSON. Section 3, Township 1, Range 2North anAJEast the February 28,1856. 8 -ALSO- E. BABNAB&J1/. .
are opir.iuns of the*Press"-are highly favorable E i of the N E i j, and the 8 E } of the N E } of Section ,
able. The have determined to THE Nofciee.- Lots N a. 1, 2, ',-!; 5, a, 7, in & Connly
Derby qr. Si
party this:,rolnme., The New Orleans Chrutain Advocate 7, Township f. Range 8, North and East- -contaiubg WILL coirmnrs" :

Buttain Palmerston. *saye: This excellent little wanuel-is writtenin about 2,123; acres known M the Barrow Land ALL persons having'claims against the estate of .-A I l0- DRUG .& MEDICINE, BUlSlNlESS

The Peace Conference was to open at Paris popular style. It U peculiarly valuable as embodying and purporting to belong to the estate of Richard : late Capt.Thomas Reynolds, deceased, late Lots Noe. 4. 12, 18. IB, 16, 2 Z.'25, 39,40, 48, ((51. ; ,

'on the 21 et the-views of the best authors of the.vanotis Chris Han, deceased. L. O. DEMILLY. of Leon County are hereby notified to present them 62,in the South'! County quarters .cr :! rD : '" g. _
tian communions on the vital truths of religion,showing Tax Collector Leon County.March to tho undersigned Executor within the time required The above described property formerly belonged
It is said that Austria and. France wished themselves in 1856.' 9-6t to GOT..Brown., For further information and i.:.' '
with what nnaninuity they express ) by law or this nptice will be pleaded in bar of their terms, -
tie admission of-Prnssia to the Conference, regard to these'essential principles." recovery -and all those indebted are requested to which will be liberal,apply.to A.Perry A maker, 07 ins MOR14 : :&f

hot Enpland refused. The Home Circle says: This is we learn from the Notioe.A make. payment immediately. Attorney at Law Tallahassee. .-

The Dutch have concluded' a treaty with preface the work ofa sick man. No doubt be will find CONTRACT will be let out at Whiddon's Bridge JESSE AVERETT, Executor. I CHARLES P. MANlTDfCr. 0- of Clinton i- r:
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roer. and Monroe
occasion to thank God for nfHiction for be is.likely to on the Oclocknee River. on Saturday 1st day Feb.23, 81SBSw Until sold, the above property will.be for rent.. streets" TallaaasacA..

Japan obtaining impoffkint privileges accorded do more good m one year through this little book than of Marchneztfor the rebuilding ofeaid Bridge. All Atlanta Medical College. A. pERrtY AMAKEH January 19,185Bt9. 1 .. .
to no other nation. in all the healthy years of bis life by pnlr.it .ministra perrons wishing to undertake. the'Job may find it to bngryl| 6, 1856.tt. -
The steamship Baltic arri'ved'ouf on the tions. It is.well suited to the wants of'our wople.? their interest to attend. THE second course of Lectures in this Institution B1 ckp'ft.bl.;

1thn1t 'A writer in the Riflimond ChrU.taarAdvocate says: February, :.23d,1856.. I commence on the.first day of Majr'.JMXL. and' .,' Wanted. -4 rpEE.TJndersigbwrfiav* '

--P;;;n E'rs by the America report having; "It is a jewel of ft book. It contains the quintessence continue foufmouUis...A rtTTT_ffTTT. .' ,!' At SITUA'flYtEornerndMcb2mstapIaesmanilJi N"bra' .sober,stead!-ajd-experienced'X1L a -L. a. copartnership-fcr i tB' tiii.O' S
attractive of .XAliUJjJ I i Qf
iu neat
Savannah'SpringSchool
: of Bible religion and presented ..ft in the. DIIe cani1iIai 'unrBao
seen a CoUin'.stea.mer, on the 19th, heading and engaging Arm.' Just suited to the want of every ALE: ANDER! MEA.NsL D, ttiemiatry and"Pharmncy r country preferred. Addreaa tlusjofflce,or /.JeakiaJ,:, A1 PmrtioR

tip the English Channel, with/si of dis reader,adapted W'all claSses, suited to all times, MEDICINE. : Charlestons. C. I nlar aOentioo pwt e ." W.tt-

tress tying. It was probably the Pacific returning. aDd dertinediamybfimblejadgefljenttoexertagreat FACULTY. ; H. DROWN, M. D, mr. Feb. 16, 1868. T aft]. to laying'-Axfe"'raU fn 'Vilii .

.. and lasting influence itf ferbr of heart. ..felt.,Bible. Chris UOLVU STEXLX Y.D.-'Leeturft- Obstetrics ana JOHN W.''JONES','M. D, Principles aDd Practice. I shop u emvenwnt WUM livery 1It t. .t Jb.
read it" of Medicine.f. law, amid-specIsi rfQmtF & 'T" tb\'al.u"
tianity upon all who ..For'Rent.ACdHY .
Lei of its Trews nrt true and just the Physiology of UwTemala Generative Organs'and '\ F. 'WESTMORELAND M. D, Principles and. rraing imrJemenU'.e tK dMgt0" ,
Dr. Virginia says .-
d of,Women.and Children.Jxo. ZflEKT Office ao d ,
AR1LrvAz, OF-.nm-.bz.l.G: its illustraUongfelicitoaBits tyl.deaf.Stroog andattractive. Diseases Practice Snreery. .' :alecpi j Room ad tier.- '1 .' P1J.oJA..1f.: l',
M..JoJI'N8Ifox.1I.DLr-I ctoret on Medial Chem-. D: the POl mce. Apply to Dr. .Miles! .
will a peTUJ.F015516 -- JESSE.BOtUN'O:M. ,Obstetrics and Diseases .It It '
NEW Yo _r, richly repay '" ( 1 '. -
Mrch1.11ieateimshipArar 'Bookstore at isiysadMatcrisMedka. of.Women:!and : Nash. ; ; :, : .
Jan12ek8f.ny! '
from at McDongafl *Hobbya wBeTTii/IX Demi: 'AnCSav. Med. College ;: Feb. 7-4f ,_ .
C very of the Author. Jos': Ji ; .( ) JOSEPH1 LOGAN,.M. D, Physiology, and. General 18.1858.. >
office :
lie '
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boisterous dates to 13th, Lecturer Anatomy and the Physiology of the -aeticeiv ".
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passage jger are the Sent'Copy St Pathology. : 4 J" .
March ,1856. 10.... _.,[ For Sale.1 .' ,
Viscera. ,. M. D Materia '
WESTMORELAND Medica
She brings despatched from(Messrs.' BQeb n. o J. .. hj 'i' 1 IfJIfJri :. '
D.C LxttdM'D.-tecttXrer; on MUM and ,
CunL of Sea Island Cotton Seed
An and Mason tmd fr 'the : SUPEBfORJn and Medical Juriiprudence. BUSHELS pure ; : Jt
also m English ;
Demrcetrater vf AnatoThis I'.otato l) .
Operative Surgery"and From experiments made List .f, the fact is established UUb . KNIGHT. 20 '' -. '
'Gevernroent. '' Ck' 'JU OcJJ. .
: .i.IL m I that for Waiter disseo- Feb. 16 188. f. Eif. ,
y. beyond dispute even .. -; -' .
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Th'eati3ritd, n is aboot.to jisk for & new i School will onen''ln':the ffcuilJmgS' of the ffa- lions, bodiea'pToperiy preserved are preferable to those : d'-.UJIJI. .W4.. .. .up .,'(_ .....

loin of twenty mi1liC s. ; the OrlginlVl.1alrCheatl: vannab Medical College on Monday the 17th day of not'prepared;.and that warm weatber-.doe not render : Just Recel'Yed'. ; -.... J..iIqu4psoN.i' ,I [FnZrAKBL:

.. .. .. -.. IN-BOXES, OP. 6'AND12POUNDS._ ,AND IN March 1856, and dose the last V6& m, JUDe fbllowiou. l suchsubjects siYe,.if sxmod when put up. A, Iri b FdtatoeiL. Tor tal by c' e : J 4 -I-. t. -
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: 'IHETALLIO FEES for the en tire oburse of Lectures, f 105, ,Ma- 2' O- .
.. PJtEZ SOIL NA 1lit C nxJITIOX.The PACKAGES!J KL24; POUNDS, Operative Surgery and Fraetiee.of 1fe to. Will tricuUtioo,(p4Kl ,once.,only,) ft... Dh.ng tkket PebJe,1856.-, 'aa.xrioat-" ,' ..UotJporation : .foot'. .

Tree Bon National Convenfion-previous; ; b a.t.rd'.1J'E te ght'm..tbe CUv HoepitaltCUneque, by the atl (obIiitat.lfJt1) DtpkntovliS.:. : 'IS evibyfretbat..4fl ...

fi. sdjonrnment"'adopted* re olations to the .trtingPhTMckfl, pr.Jame., B.ad.1.: oodIjaIrd.c pwea i afromato3 '50 TlowstA Plm t'!- '. ,. 1IDODIi.W J! 'it: _
? following fiSecH- : io :N.Kj: N;" .:ClO ;, Tenot. *;.|50.fear the foil eowra-wdoding Deinooslrators ptrweakT: Tor further:informaiwo address., ,' : Uta 1IaOdIy,j. Ifs<..._. -
jv *" :Ticket- mod Hospitid Cliniqu* : YqtfUItII.r; .J.:.0.. 1'fKORELAm, LARGE lot John Voore's Ffewi, o.l aDd:t, ( of the EstateJ of J_.
Firat-Deursnd.lheaepea1.or all.laws al- OJtiG I. t'm:iiz ft 7 S) : landing from MysOt and for sale'by.- _
: ( particolart*,.apply'to : DeaD,of the Fa uJtl', &Coont.V'd.dssithl.e< 5.t.. .
j, lowing tho IntrodnfTtiwu t taaTtry' Jnto'terrK* .Wholesale Dealers. In> Teas ,Only;' -- E.sTEEIEliD.Deanlti'eb ; Atlanta, Gi..FebtJ'faa8:,, -"' 8_ ilr.lkt':VUGHfpnMOSD/-j ., AMo4cHSHm'Adat'i7ATtrr1 ,. .' i.-
torieg bnce'eotisscratea 'TtSm1'reedom and the, ) 1,1856. .9', -1.- NewPt.;.. ',_ :' .saotrm- ,
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4'tAlre&i nee b.1 n&1ri& of the ex--,: j N.1'f..oe. ,11.$0 .HutfSs"... .- *,. .' juicveiveu, 'A I
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II .. Notloe.SIxJnonth. PER:WILLIAM Bi PETTE3.SpSSWea. .- -, ,' WllnIq., ., :i. ; ..i
eneolve7.thnyterntry.' PHILADELPHIA., l .er date we will present'caSII !'f llrwh., trWI" J\ 4 .. : .
8cadS ppofts by all-Jswfnl f meaarc8' .. : 2''O CA : ?, tr- ; AFtElandi jffuIe .
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fAIr' 11J" : -
1 Packs la Half CbesM, to the Hon.-Judge. of Probate of'BamiltoQ 10 casks Shoulders, ; _
the'Fr State mea In JKnfr8s' for final settlement of the
estate .
of both Black and Green to suit County, a $ bba-.uirar; .,.' '
to.thecso i.Aodibajrf lawless inTdefi talaio variety ; of David'Moat, late of icfc mo1y/ deceased. ,,and j jto aak rf'bbls -I crushed,* Nh .Poft'Jati.'t18iu..j.. II' 1' _. ".'j I -
micra. ; / ; < .
I and favors'aHTimmeqtftte' ndinis on ita be diacbl. Ig'& ri@t '. O" Superfine Floor '
.. ..! J nm,. ,fnroUbed by.' : : t -. '
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Lt 2DWN2.WEEDE : : Planting: :
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into the'Union 39 1r free State. nm,10 .0 .. :.. .. 80 rl'f r. tJ ', '1.1' ,.. Potatoes; ;
I -.. urges jrpnlHctn oVto AUo... airarr. g44o PQ.'JaIe.:" ; ELIZABETH- MOATf- 25 'M 'Meie-Pu.... :.. .,:.h.,', 25..BJi .-fejW dta J idrg lor

.mn : Oae and.t e *ab, *.p& > ,-. m. to,.,all,and to.EcJaia ltratora TO _.1 ''Prjmnti n' ..."- .' >. ,and far Ate by p ., _- '- _- --- F_- _. -.
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I tiunji .4 1" March will tfe'1I 1ib .o.: .nl"7': ; .1. .' :, -
I thpltxt4r: ., ., "' i : : ON the ftretponMY'iu ve 'I .,,: .' \ 'v." : {':. .r ceif 1i ;;: '
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: j. :Dr.W.Mosehrra.1'1J .flit fbrThtporpaae S ; I
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olyo/tr {I&'b. of obfabmg relief cf 4, &|nal aad i5aHeatirrry. on srul proved ,
.' < -. .; W.artieJr wel ed r# d:to D1y. tsl Cbtn.Gt it_,i.very .. .. ., eMir a1lllw..d.h.idt' tae.Oovt4Moae doir'in the city e 'TallI Wse, ou the Of .r.-mM Gi oc .jumJ ,"to i
< qua1ity-efylo*.bat. atnelr bWon1y d'dalAr ttnf.brt. tk1baars .J'iQ : 4t -
1Ir IvEii1ILLs.w..ftai. prices-"Has foae.bere t vfabed the Doctor b ) .. .A.I. : .. !
: | 8er than mJmTto tbpaUieL el***edf i. .I o
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; profonooal Horii &
large bat selected rmticttWly far the Florida sale.Lot No.Kb tbe A 1f'Oiii"T' !
mal l i k
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t : kefs which ini leas.jfeftBred be-wiu be ableNto sell seInw I and tfiat Tall basXL levied on aa dt eaDNI1IIi" I

..1? ...t. Pnp. ...i.... ,not' Jy lor ea&$tbe'rjrodnea oYlhe eoontry did eye.refieve" am?happy* ', and bad jrou4 it s4 toejiy bten.for oiy:Dr.oadly.bavut?to i meats Dental;in workman;tbe Pm&wioa ita'nrio;aw ptparwj aeI'i'be1fl'$ ex cnte monL aad I be told till'1M atstcautyand: 'EaBTttCcJlector -. rnincM$8wbWlJk. II. ...'..
Oat.'.
bat also to thoa0 who have been.dealing 'with bin I road Tu 41.1.1r
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expose myself c. cG4-ba&wataAr.I : -
; '. ;rliey are for'year. All those-wishing tn fcnrebase. wa would do be1iri.1.'bat I wry would: here'ladso'retorirof,tin .f u. :IfflP l Pletia' c6r see o.DD 1I;. i.l iWi'II
; Artificial Palatw
not ,
recom- to call and ee these epleaJJd ."* -:. .TwIlwlUx Dodaiecood teae,and.be irrenlaritiea.mmring and Leon County. .+...11J T' r. or.
diseased
sestieg -
', meaded Glace Cbene;Satin Plaid iud striped. ., refierediMa xki;andeofu-ntbe ranoo* teporta. or dcntiao treafin gum to'a foil nit Veb,9ISI. I ., c
as Universal Bo5d and apj amber of artificial teeth; from one tr.cI. : yin .
PbudCBroeadea.Gro .
about tin Doetar'a ;Waring wfailite to;;wTieTrtBntbeyavepOHtiTely&be wUb continuous .- irs ay.( .(*amb,
the It14 iocJe? ; CM.
Improred .lUIl"
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de Hhbea aad Black SilksOf aU prices and. ; A *" B?. ApfOTMCtyra I
r.ganVeel.y' .J'\J Llrr ""
Cur-afls but uzin revieriog tbera periietry fife-Eke,reatorinf \
for fberaby
simply qualities. 'L kfllin tfVeofeteMl c/,Cora know. meet mv.iced LAWER CORK '
M POT- the month is its natural faJ easawl remedyfaf > s ..
100'OY. -ttpt .
Black and colored Ye!veta, sWan b the;W.rW that I woold*****' rry oo than other fbrsiU b ..Sabeen1Jtr. JfceftMHk hi.1 '
.what imperfection in artfcclsTVa and
their name pur- Solid and plaid Cashmere*atd Menaces. I Wn. A8UNand FITSIOlAltM M equal treat edmneeted, perihrni with any"Dental '.been for acme 1fe"t fa_:ttrtiltogfai S ,.* .. W.% .

SoKd.nUtd,and figured.Delaines to MyiB" Soothera Sfatea; and C as happy to Seienc operation. any' ease ad tetrtr yat of:Georgia,'aod*.*Pi&rti lad it. 1Jt..

Embmdered,plaid and black AlpaccaaBlackBombwHoes ray that lfb.od III'to be B pwfoet !'adng pnetiea .
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ports.The Phflanthrop 4aBd,advIse all, penona'tflkUdwH. and of years the Ohio Dental College they in tb*dar.Wltla ,.Cb n'pfp atD(two'4aen)" be sent .
being gradnates
VERMIFUGE for Spanish and Mohair Debfiigea. Cs&eer. to tiait tbe,Docro.**aa eoon aa possible'and Upeto dye errfire Mds&etkxi I all who may &vor p&edtoit.andeTefywwmnatedtothr. "iDakf'farnlabei'a. band toput. It 1; .tM-Ir.. P.'I', .-*It &.
AJbIckaDd coli-red Italian cloak .tW..
: clothe, bar their health reatond. RANSOM COOPER. pr* t dO c.. *. 1M
warranted j pay
Repelling Worms ,from Black and colored and.silk' Talmu ,Ensue;ADgnst3OIb, 18581f them with free their aM patronage.cbIg re Practice aooabl\ Ladies.waited eooaultatloo Call aDd enrobe them Ii' D.LADD'S.'AptftftIUL B A 40' '.' '" ,;- dj. ..

EngWi pitted Talnus. T.}.Ransom Cooper signed the afore hi. my on att.b.itte.3deesifdes1red. ; 1 1( *rTboae 11 w_ HURT WALTFJ&,* ,.PZJsfmS ,
the Human has .Dotted and nArradered I.eeIV.s.Lt presence. THOMAS PERRY, />.*Matter. desinnjr their services b this and the adjoining _
system, ;pl.l and figured Baregea. Borne August 20th 1855. < will attended to A mlftl tratorta Notice.ALL -Dr m.ndnlllt.f fIw weak w.. .
Counties apoptjeatiM
bejpromptly upon
also been administered :Black Welch and Silk; colored and Sttalleys Flannels, I by letter or'ot\e.. Terms cash or person' *i Indebted to'be Isfata of Augustus choUy Tea ysaopow.tetbaokjWmarmfaetwtra ...

Red and enaze Flannels.Opera" Awful Case 01' Cnaccr Cared. when required. Office at too residence Marry opposite : .late 01 Gadsdea County. deceased. various liquor .Uw etyof V.v'J'BEOOODDATIQU.TJ .,

with the most satisfactoryresults Flannels yellow of all colors.. taw'i it to certify thAt Cot a H. Ham; of Craw: tbe Episcopal Cbnrcb Knoroe Street Tbe beat aft requested to make immediate payment.to the*adersfeaed. P

English and Rrench'embmidered bands, ford county,came to xie hi the year 1851.with a Cancer references eaa be given If desired. .sad aU those having ebrms or demands a- 'nJIwJais.

to various animals Lure and linen C.Handkerchief. on his chin of fourteen years standing,the chin- December 8, 1"5. 3ra-ft a girt aaid Estate are hereby notified topreertt them '.wame.Tmaeg1r.- Ja a thasieL.1114
Emb'd bone and :saliral glands had all become much duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by taw, guide amid alhibe varied aad .Ia& ,
Collar Handkerchiefs and Undersleevei very
i
subject j to Worms. ; EmbrwiJered Cberanwrtte and OoMar ttes, diseased'and hit constitution pearly ruined. .Mr.Harris JLU-I A HDa M BACON, or this notice shall be pleaded in bar of their recof this L-_'. _.n-.fiemjwUr. .pre 1111_. -.1.,

.bnnrn and green Jeil Bareges, bad beeQ'UQd r the treatment of many eminent : S Slwvldeni.t" ery.. AUGUSTUS 'L.FlSHER. > Adini. It were work of raperenatWtoof ,,..
The LIVER PILLS BIC1OTe Veils, phYMd'ana,'and among them was the great Dr.She Plain Hams THADDEUS. P.LANIER flaa. Mooa.Laeeor'a writing. .Tfeevelaa. be.j
{ 10 bblf.Mesa Pork In stnre and for sale brj it
orthe' ; .
,
Thread.Cottm and Linen Lftces. ard/of Cha"estod. and also the celebrated Dr.Mar- MEG1NNIS3. .185 4-zSlr remarkable for its eoorpjeteacMfiod and":
HOPKINS A
shall ef} .'wbo;treated bit CIM twice without I eIdircticsis.Wdtj& 'y"
of LIVER Cambric and Swiss edstrcand Insertiajs, 01.1ji
cure COMPLAINT Dee. 48
Bobiset; imdHantilla: .Laces,_ removing{ the d'ocwei H* 6oa9y went to Dr.Marshall 1.18W. NOTICE. all ef tbe old. nude* 'eaUnly: ymdfttefthe n.
as lie informed me.the third time and he refined S the use of Lbs old fonma1a woald
all BILIOUS Merinn a Bonnets Bbuncl*. ri, HECo-tjartnenlibberetofetewtftbg.oDder ,aw-r-" ..
,. DERANGEMENTS Curtain and Dress CaBcrwa, te anyibiog morefsr him. Sow after;that time colored straw BooneK JL name end atvlerf R1JINAKD4 MAXWELLis ,llr.1Ii tM .. .JIft"J4..w .

Embroidered Lace Cmtairas' Mr.Harris Vend of the u.y-VBoderful' cures that I LA Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets this day dissolved W aoteal coostot. AlLpersoos ...LI.- [.theciiI. 4etippimi tit ha
SICK HEADACHE White,black and slate bnsierr. bad caaoV and visked me at Griffio. as a but rjesortleommenced 44 plain baYiag demands will please'present die same r'and soavddufarupcanbin the uss.dgpt' or "
White and black silk treating hu case, and ra six wefks the 4eue caD tie old stand and settle expensive i the raor "
hosiery, N black u ." all indebted,wfll at op )appliaoeta.- ar 'kiadbtingnptbewnoUlirtof
&c.Purchasers. Ladies and Gents Mack and cord Kid Gloves This Cancer ease'was was all removed,and the sore nearly healed. white satin and silk tt.san>cs.ely to dose up the coa- the iDaDafad If Cqma, JA Nr :'Y0t ":.
Misses colored Kid Gloves seen and witneraed by more than fire E. BARNARD.. S iI TOIume ennteiIM utoC I.c .Not.
black" extra f'
sue)
( .
will Ladies and hundred persona.; I hare the)axwr now in ray possession ; $&',
please Gents.buck and Kid Gauntlets Children and Haes! straw G. TROUP. MAXWELL ftia t4ckepip
October 13, 18U. 41 ,and any person can see it b} calling at my effice Ii Id H U. I TsSAatsee,'. 1.185g.Notice "3'I of Otard Dnpuy, of the vintage of 171...* sispl.mndeoonotxaI.maoneromaking .
in in Gn. This
be case was witnessed by
particular to ask for I For sale by DAViD C. WILSON. I eider wEboetapl-
THOMAS JONES, of Griffin.S '
Georgia Military Institute, II October 131855. 41 to Contractors.Omcc ., ,pies by/efmcotatJca! A friend tea.,appfied tbere-
Dr. J. D. MARTIN
.Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated MARIETTA. E. -W. WILSON.Ie, or STATE Exenrnx BCZXAVOTA, 1OxA5CK :ape for eonvertbg 21 galluos'of whiskey into 40 aI.Ijos .

4' F. CRENSHAW II Whiskey and Rope. MiLL P.O,Sr.JOHXS Rivzx,FIJL, > with the most satisfactory, .. Tbe'laU Academic is divided into two esk 01 ,
>ns doss
year not
VERMIFUGE and TUB months each. The Tenth Session commeii- I do certify that myself and many tbers, of this A FEW Barrels of real A No. 1 ,Monongebala Acccrr 20ra, 1855.. ) quality to posseasa the former aa;eqoal tbotzgb aaonttt. the 40 af iaiaoieatogpropeiliea

fls on the seth ef FxwtCMtr atexf aDd cads on the place, were eyfe yitaesses to (he owe batted.case, Whiskey-22,000 Ibs. No. 1 Kentucky Rope, PROPOSALS be reeeiyed at this of*macb foist eoJor,taet4 an rodprAV: plkawwaa
LIVER PILLS and that lit.Harris left well. for sale consignment for cash, or good at 80 SEALED YorkThiamtdi
prepared by 19th of JI-LV. perfectly on paper the 20th day of August,18M,for eoostrnctbg Meck a ,

The Cadets are divided Into four College CTaMes. A. H. HATTON. or 60 days without interest. S.& KNIGHT a Canal, with ,i its necessary 'appendage, talked.f took taat baodL ittoolaJbsa

lGlf The Annual Commencement takes place oa Wednesday Griffin, May, 14, 1852. November II, 185 45 such as Lift Locks Guard Locks --Beams At from mass bforoatioo that ia perfectly WoBbkkf, sad

\.t.\\\.n1 ) b. before the 20th of JVLY.ACA .- Notice.SIX Lake. Hamey on the.St.._ _Johns:....to.IDdialUTer a. _. ,L a_dia-."_ could only vejbeea acquired from aetBal i rrratio .,
To the Afflicted of nil Conditions. mince or unneen mues .iuieec; wcnonaca pyue
MlC STAY?. If yoa.wish to see fpM&ohr applkiftlook.bi a rom of
months alter date the undersigned Executor of!I General Assembly, of the State cf Florida at ito.session
Cot I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with Laconr JUqoor.'Practicability to krve bee
SOLE Pittsburgh A. V. BRUMBY, A. M, Superintendent and appean
PROPRIETORS oll M-7 An Ad entitled An Act io'frovide
Estate of John aShepord.late of Leon ,by
ProC of Mathematics and Natural npby. aCaneerooznyupperlip'whicbcau.edme pain in CommI the design of&Ja.a&boi. N.,delays ars tr aary t.aacotaatiMXefolU .
i Sotecul Improvements
deceased will his accounts and for and enoonragt ft Liberal,Sjstem< -
deseribable. After the skill ty, present of
of all the
Capt.THOS. R.MCCONNELL Commandant of Cadets trying most an D.Dr.-
Pa. and take Jio to the Judge of Probate for said County,and asked to, in tbk.State. < ;.rr-
I ,and Pn>fes>or of EngioH-r; eminent Physicians that I could bear of, and that will ttr"mc fUr wbicb' tH W.> .aak ,' I. .
other 2s there : Mr. V. MANGET, Prof of French and History. without relief I gave up my case as hopeless and as be discharged. Proposals win be done specify-She and-manner'ni which The work wCTreTolfetkiw ". fibVp atyb ef
are various Mr.W IL HUNT,A.M, Prof of Chemistry and English I thought.;with death staring me m the I f ee. But for. ROBERT GAMBLE work be, made Jt'bethnja1aDd.Or 'manufiscturug Iie-4--1gw r""Jr..H( u. ,
Literature. tunately for me, I beard of Dr. W. R. M other Profiles and ,.timatfStaJi'be
preparations now Mr.J.B. GOODWIN.Prof of Drawing. success in the treatment of this disease, and as a last September p.9, l85.. U. or p..6 ons'at this of'eaeh.J office?\and pe any inlormatiOobbWnedby' and boUHn.. eKicpJ. .pqsb.v.ng. h-

Capt. R.S.CAMP As & Prof of}atbema1 CL resort I placed myself under his treatment and m one ----AND SHIPPING BUSINESS seen the undersigned Orange Mill Post Of 'goon,wipe*,and par vmar for si taM.,'sheeid b.

before the public, pur- A.CONNELL. M. D; Surgeon. month from the time he commeaed, I was perfectly STORING. flee addresMBg St.John's, River,Florida." Proposals will also uithf'l.ofhos&th., :... rematz-. .
The Institution is under the direction and management sound, and bar been so ever since. '
porting to be Vermilugeand. of a Board of Trustees conjunction, with aBoard ELIZABETH JINKS. undersigned still carries on the above bnifoenJ I wa. F. DANCY.- ; aa of tb.Boat nOaaHt'recipea that

of Visitors appointed by the Governor of the Butts County, Ga, May !', IQ. pHE_ in all its branches. Buildings wall calculated tomdesrugwagona. ground. State Engineer,State of Florida. erer' appVaxed b riDt,.. &aar to moeb' idonaataaa csa
Liver be tar two donariis
Pills. All State.. given hemostastosmislingfssta.econeded *
D. LADD.
August 31, 1855 v 85-ly
.
By an act of the 'g lllatni'e.' the Ittstitation ha Horrible Case of Cancer Cared, Newport September 2, 1 854. 35 wSi tbe bbcfc;Vtw Ytrt 7tmtIacocE4 .-
others in been furnished with 14U Cadets Mpflbrts and Aueontremaits. IjQDoii-Tbia ia-;the DId enmplsfcg
comparisonwith : BY DB. W: JL MOSELET, M. D. Leon .County Iron.!..
and a Field fctttery, .con'Utmg' oT $ior six New G oda. work on the maoofactar*of fiiraan dad w*. etni mat
I do certify that I was for many years bodily afflicted TALLAHASSEEFLORIDA.. with :it ontajn icameiM number
Dr. MCLANE'-S pnander brass rneece and tw*twelve pounder Howit- ; *aa ef Jbrnr aa for
aTe with Cancer on Lip and Chin I tried all the T HAVE received supply of Fall and Whiter
xers. f my my :Establishment ia now b foil operation.JL .. J..I au&tnfecery variety iifbqnora;wbea; oruK Utters,
worthless. Tbe Soperintcrklent, and the Cammandant are gradnntes remedies I could hear of but found no relict I finally JL Goods (by late arrivals from New York,Baltimore .-..orders will be attended to wkbpcpmptniKHaal ajnrpa, vbegar;;.&*. Tbe/workispabGilted by* sob-
of West Point and aa thejnstitnte is the beard of: pr..W. B_Moseley's great success in the aixt New Orleans) and offer them to the"public on as .all work'dooe with neatoeaa and dIp.14L'All aeriptioo;.the,1-an dealers Mad baporUrsof

The West plan the poblie may be assured that upon I".. government treatment of GENUINE McLane's ,discipline and course of studies will be strict Griffin aad in e.eowrae of_.*% &*fee fcad die Cancer embraced every variety of Dry Goods Groceries' Gb Gearing. Sugar Mill Cboolar ftwr Maetanery, later of the reRetilhy of the work than scold b.otb-
ly enforced. all remored. I would advise all that are afflicted I Hardware Crockery, :. Ac. For the Ladies I have Shafting Pullers, Hangeca.rioagn' Caatbgs Brass erwiM said-2V. O.Delta.
and Liver with the disease to visit him and bare their health beautiful assortment of Embroideries laces in Sells .
Vermifuge TERMS a Castings,Ac.; also iSngar Hetties of aor she kept March 1..185. & WID
: restored. .He is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most Mantles Cloth Talmas and Cloaks and a few or t.b constantly 00 bOOt All'a-orkdone bench establishment .

Pills can now be had at Tuition Board Washing, Fuel, Lights Hire of Musicians skilful Cancer doctor in tbe Southern States. moot splendid Silks ever brought to this market. will 6edeiM Vy us,with a'partieolar regard to Quit
,and all other contingent expenses,per session Cherokee Co, Ga. EMANDgL DOMINGAS. Planters are invited to look at my Kerseys A Blankets the strength and dnuAafty of the work. DrinkingpoUonoruLiqapnl

alL table. of five months in advance 112,50.. RErxaExczs-Dr.J.. D.Martin Griffin, Ga.; Dr.J. before purchasing. T. HAYWARD. Cempeteoi Wottroen: always in readiness to put opTerms LACOCR'S PATENT IMPROVED PROCJSSof
respe Drug Surgeon's fee. per annum $5. Y. M. Pucket, Harris county;Texas; Greer Bishop' October 27, 1855. 43 .6e. Fur Tn4ing aflkhals .
Persons desiring further ;information can obtain a Griffin Ga. .- "
and all work fora
Stores. w ll be liberal done strictly
.. copy of the"fiegttb dots">-addressing the Super Marahtl'o Sale. or accepted orders on some'btwmcss firm in this LlG80n iidPluetir.

FLEMING BRO'S I. intendent. Scirrhn Breatt.ran be Cared. BY virtue of two executions issued from the u.S frfaee. Liberal prices paid for old lion Copper and TNSTANTLY,' by the use efAoaa. Laenr's F.sentml
ANDREW J..ANSELL, Secretory. District of Florida
Northern
Court for the ,. .
LET THE PUBLIC READ 1 1Lt
., 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA. December n,'Im. 60-801 one in favor of Newbold and Rnswll the other in 1-- All letters must be addressed (post paid to These Oils are obtained by DistJZIaJiooa* i the chasm-
p mercy to the afflicted and the gratitude and high of Pearson and both David P.F ofJe&noo ef Pierre lama
Sole mr Jennings, vs. J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla. Laberatory(pariah ) ;
;:. Proprietors. Notice. opinion I entertain of DR.MO3ELEY as a Surgeonand Newsorn, I have levied upon the following land, to March 11, 1854. 10 Author of Lacoura Chemical Anarym.Laeoor's CbflatM -

. SCOVILi MEAD, months after the fintipcblicdtion(this notice, Physician I deem it my duty to mention the case, wit: The N. E.t of N.Eo t of Section 25 Township **! "pqftK'";1ftrr w bt K"" %ft .tf II'LACOUR'S /

... Nn. lit. Charters St. New'Orleans, SIX lersigned,: ailmimstnitors the estate of of my wife hoping at the same time that all persons I, Range S, S at E. The Aove described lands ,- Jt'1T. !S. NASH :& rn. -
General Wholesale f-r the Southern States similarly afflicted may bo benefitted by it. In the &or b the Town
ngent to their will be MICa before the Court Hoose OIL D7 DOCNAa'eonvrruspiiat MCdnI
whom .orders must be *&idTh II. jftid Lewis vouchers H. Brandh to the deceased Judge,of willprescnt Probates of Leon accounts County first part of this year, my wife had several mall lumps of MooScello on the lit Monday -March next, Dealers in Drugs,Medicines, &c. toa;: eaperiar batxtkai eTIavported BraadiM

Sold by Ames & Liv Iv", E. Barnard Jr. Miles,,, and ask to be discharged from their administration o make their appearance iirter breast; they continued between the legal boars of gale to satisfy said fi. ea.. WOULD; inform their foeods jud 4he..that raf Otard Sanerae lfiaKf.C piae.PoaJtaey.SeigneU -
: Xah & Co, Tallahassee, Fla.; J. S. JL Damon.Qtrktey f&Ude8tate. I increase in a size until the whole! breast became E.E. BL1CKBURN: U 8.Marshal oo band*gesit waorttncnt of ands .United Vioeyard fVcnerliee.GaatilSoa Loa-

;: ; Gardner Mills Newport; W. T. Carpenter -' ( JOSEPH- BRANCH. t a L diseased maw, and very painful. I procured the Northern District of Florida. articles aa are generally kept in their line ef business don Dock Braadtea. .1IM Liquors will Mv, Dfrai-

Ct, .Waukeenab; Moaely t Pope. Madwoo,' JAMES H. BRANCH, f A< irs.Dec. beat medical aid in the city of Rome and notwithstanding HonticeDo January 25 1855. 4-iat and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their, jaYOraDd''*ba1ltifid ajrkIlng eoIar.. CranmasRe.d

Palnvr& Bm, Monticello. S. Puiesten.! Mooticello! ; 2-6m the earnest and faithful attention of the meat terms shall Be reasonable. Whiskey'wi3l ha ssed,by ..at the
29 IS5
w.Rtog ck Co ChaUahoochee; Baltrtll <& Widge skilful pbysiciaus she -continued grow -worse -and Bacon, Bagging &c. Tallabaaaee April .&,165314.. Oil ofCSugnae;.;to.TerkTBraody..Pioe'Apple

on, Marianna; Nicholson ; D.H. Dickinson Bambridje; E.Seixas,Tbotn-isnlle, advised amputation. I was advised by many of my JUST and New per York, the following article which Hides Wanted.5000'BEEF LACOTJB5 =, .-mIa iBeet.
.. LL persons vbgclaims or demnrHls against friends to Visit DR.W.R. MOSELEY,' 'Oriffin.Ga, ifii y .
HIDES Wanted for wbicb the ilTTTiiiVirj ii [.| q.wV-
the lowest cash
the estate of Simon deceased, late of which I did anfl. astonishing felt he had they offer at prices:
Partridge seem
1S56. may I ebia Malt IOi.nI At
: FebnurygS. 8lyAdministrator's 16 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Bagging. price wJJ _-peid. Also Deer Wbiskq; Wkikey. .
Leon County, are hereby notified to preseut them to .1vr-etriPnly-nriYtI teifkin one month 1 and t'le it iwwMgoodleolIh
OIL Of CEDHAT JE /
bland do. skin DM cooanoaWhiskey
20 Bbls.Floor 15 Ps.Sea and Otter DAVID.C.WJL80N' .
.
Sale. the nodersigned administrator.within the. time pe- 11 I would advise all who are afflicted loiJd Iritb' bkxeyrtod
scribed by h\w, or this notice wi 1 be pleaded in bar with Scirrbua and Cancerous affections to visit the 30 Coils Rope, 10 Bble. Wbkbey, Tribrbassee;September t.18"It J. i. snpatW
TILL be sold at the Court Hove door in TalLvT I 10 Bhia.Meas article Seotdi ITbSsKni' ? ;
200 ,Twine Pork
T bsssee Jioodny, the 3d day of Marcl1lW'xt, cf their recovery; and all those indebted are requested Doctor without delay, as I am satisfied by experience 50 Kegs lbq Nails, In Store and for Sale. OIL OJ PEACH cbgeac.mm'&WWsksio Ybipiiaft '-

t the following ntgre slaves the pg>pert! of tile. estate to make pivmvnt immediately. and observation;that be is the roost skillful physicianin RICHARDSON & WHIT AXE& CASKS Bacon Sides **Brady,.:.OU fPeeh aad Oil it Cop a
a James Su deceased debts f(HN G. POWELL Administrator. the Southern States in the treatment of: that horrible 3 will to )
to ooavert
Bood eatufy against fwportJOctober 27, 1855. \ 43 2 Tierces Hams eomWk.y; Apple aody.
said estate,viz: Janoary-28, 1856. 8t-4 disease-Cancer. zBhlskLard, OIL OF OUT converts. poorirtllUej uHoI-

I Datiiel a man aged about 30 years, WILLIAM H. MITCHELL In Chancery-m Hamilton Circuit Court. 5K'egi" laud Gin SebeidaaCOUB3 Eaw OEsa'_
Circular Saw'MIll Agency. M. E. MITCHELL ,. "
tbbut ; S
: Rachel a woman,aged 45 years 1 Hbds Sugar, iiaIain :
. GraceagFl4' '" 12 M has the agency for the sale of DavgMtrofJ. Bn.dbwryt, Rome, Go. Willis W.Burk,Complainant, 10 Bbk Extra Floor OQNCKNTRAIED ACID rSLIt frt

l;. Jaco,a boy, 8" THE'uMenigned; Improved ire Bow' Mflls." Rome, Ga.October t5, 18M. and t*Larkb- and Elisa 30 .* :.'. boon after being; nixed,cbaars. fiv*'pIIo:.| siYbiagar
Terms made known on day of _. ; consisting of three siz s for 42. 48 and 62 or 54 inch John V. Stephens, McTyer.. 5 Sacks Rio Coffee; and .ftft" 'rWitri'i

E. HOUSTOUN, AduMuistrator.F Saws. These Circulars are'decidedly the best in use, .4.OAJlLD.: Filcher,John Pilcher Thomas Pikber, WiCiam Pil- 5 Bixes-Slar Caadlea, of..e ,_...
Wk-keibdra law of James
; *.16,I@M. Sentmel copy. tds-7 having several improvements overJhe"Page"or any Au. > t are desirous of'availing eta- ch rand Nathaniel Defen *an';.. at ; 'iBbistMa.-: ;. s mark' 'BI.tbe'c .'o.1_ A-

other Patent in eae. The cost is about f 800, f 350, 'selves 0'rroo- serviees.will find him at Pikber deceased ( .' ''I .M ,V". cid; can bsTdef.ron.. dedy. '

r .Notice.' and 1450 for various sires according to'extra carriage, 'I iisINFIEMJLEY,BROADWAY. ,GRIFFIN,. ,OEO1IGIA 1 TT appearing upon af&Ycrit to the satisfaction of the Tobacco,.SoCp,.Starch,. nd many othrn Hung, (or ;per err . of' .
;.. persons indebted tbe late firm Berry
:. ALL are bfonned that if they do not pay up 1 1f. DANIEL LADD. Patients boarded H per aa y,f't16.per month. cher, Wfllian Filcher,and Natbanel Wicker, ban at UfO. ocly poaWtfce. OatatofixiW. s y
f.; belore next return day their accounts wall bepLiced Newport Fla, Norember 31', 855. 44 FEES,in all cases to be agreed upon before under- Law[ of-James Pileber, : deceased jredde beyond the ". hakwea., .The Lii7ldoa tb oad.dllm.

>i the hands OlIO Attorney CuHectkn. i fake Ifo else will be received into this establish- unsdietioo of this
* R.H.BERRY, Surviving Partner. Salt-Salt-Salt.- meet unless it is believed on examination, that it can gia.It '. color;ao4. ....'.-it' IaQ, Cueexert

Feb._ ) S 5. \ ,6, be cured or admit of relief. All cases rejected wiU is ordredanawerrtbe aeiiiidofen8autaappenratmd MERCHANT TAILORIK three. aIstcL .tiwlt.. 1Ja.I 1 \I
A SACKS of Salt for sale by invariably be charged|5, for examiniation and advice. said bill ODor"before the first Monday Whiskey toBind ,G6. & .

r.{ Sign ef ih} Skeleton Wagon.8OVTKERN'IARKILEREPOSITORY.. 20 U. HODQKISS;' POOLE, A CO. AU letter, to entitle them to notice most endow in Jane" ext else the same win be taken "Pro'Coo- DEA ',READY. MAD CLOTHIRO AKDGariuJ nea with and-sntt $ja.-5qfian' f S

NoyeuberZlS.46' a tsmp"Tot fto pafvment.of postage, and be directed esso, Provided this order shall be published in aome .: GOODS. tides the whole of.tbe pab ofl,(AsayAIasL- .
'
1 to W.R MOSELET,M.D, Newspaper within this Circuit once week.(orthepetiodoffourMonthaprlortosaid -. : Tbewhisker MI Ihid.attkE4 _J 'a_
T1fE subscriber begs leave to ioform Circular & Upright Sawa. Griffin Georgia. timeVJ. NOW receiving at the well known old stand for- flag&DbJgtatE' asid bibsIiEsMttthsaeoadptt.esty :

' M rcfaaoU and Planters that February 28, 1856. ly-8 WAYLE8BAKERJOJe.MitdeT1and occupied by Clark I StiUmaav a general e 'baa': 'r-
.___ ;..be baa opebeda Repository,for the sale HOE & CO.,and Welch i. Griffeth Circular Saws Stewart Solicitor. for CompJaiDaot.February aaeorkaeot of finperior Beady Made Ck biag.Furpubiog -- a.te3rpsei1toaimdmenapoeo.att., a. ..

4 CARRIAGES. BUGGIES,HARNESS,*&, atN 46. 48aod2ioch 'siua, CD bind D.LADD and for NEW.GOODS.TOWLE 2, 1856.THOMAS. -' Goods Cloths. rnsafmaroa,.Testings/. ntfosed -. (nai ace;.tbe..tUrdpropoty S
sale .
j 2ft BEgKMANSTREET. Rcavna TBKOCOH TO 18 1 by ill pa''(.the followintWe.: obibrted JBfhtt ffrty'itnoryM odar
y
t Srurcx STKKXT-Exruurcr os Emxa&zrr..t 1; .lJew port Noy.IJ"; 44. & MYERS Fin*Black Dress Froek.Ccsta. : thai ia unpartedt 4beI ,*.'nqdejrr.S. astion -
i The mam floor(186 feet fa length) affords ample I '- 'Wanted. ." 9'COMPETENTTeaeaet.'to KE now receiving by recent WHITE 4. B1aek'and fCetd:fibglel:SreasUd Frock and 'from the Genobe Brand imp9uiULrTheseoueianamtapb .

I room for keeping alvayi oa band7a .large andeota I IJ : 4riL. A' arrivals from New Yorkafashionable Business Goats, quit.botBM. t

plete aatoftmeot of ererj deaenpUoo and Tariety A iate ohatg 4 the : and well selected'stock-of of Copper and Sheet Iron II FaaeyOalnmere .do. do. do, boU1t. 011 Sos'mp1'1O0 pflome'

G'j' Female Department. of' Jefferson Academy, tit I Watches'fead Jewelry, MANUFACTURER in all klnds-of Plain and Fancy I'. :SUdk aod Colored Cloth'Onicoaia. rlDi'aIl-oompnfaenuva dvtctiocanyjt ,'._
! uT4'F of his MootieeDo,FU. The next session begins the first | Tin Wares, takes pleasure b Inforiiiing lbs.citizens .M Iaek DgeKia Panti. .boUIs. 4. .
t tbet'JMn$ prUi 'tk.n sIqmmitin Hoadayia Ksrfth.wben the Teacher elected will be Consisting' geotlemen'Sfgold Luning lever.,ladlesgold 1 of Tallahassee aDd the surrounding country, that be MI II aDd Cofd OaaIimer PaD. ; I r-ontoWi 4'.rr ( .-.,1riIIb

* \hI'bn .sal is thsrdxs &tf.d, to O\WIU orl cpeetN10tAt .l1 to levers, silver lever,bunting, aoclorlepiu. and now prepared to walton all that wish: topatronixe M : faDel.SiIk"t I ( "tMq).
l den for. wJ.(weikeatrmtedUrbbj, ,and ao4 mo x.PAL1lER uartier Watches; Cameo,Mosaic Coral and all gold I '"4 FID, elTet ,IdO.; "- .
of'bniness.also tenders hw thanks
him to bis line frttii &J ._. she
ri jss
; .
Chairman Ac, ;oaom pins and earrings, nackUces gold aDd jet eros ." .
:cJ .er7Jtse 01 its maou1.edare. XJommlttee to w..friends, aod the pabtie generally for the very do.csoe;:, s. do> Castmixt .noel"41.. 4M .. r "
\ .His loc ig realdeaee.Sa tbe South eel West,and Talk HooiceHoFU; P'cb.1.4t. sea bosom'pbs lockeu fur. haird''ifagoerreo- liberal 'patronage with wbicb be bulmeret tore been II .WbIt.Mm1I1S "k .B. f'.: OOJjB'J.< ..uniJlar
f mate knewWff.of aection and biIiXpOriOt I types; gold and hair braetfcta a large Oltmeatef S AtSO. .' VWhite S .
ebatboatioa
every that of the
: favored and be (
hopes a same. 5- ..
J.t, wbll, "itbMev., Baldwin A Starr, and Mewn.i : Ezeoutor'a. .Ncrtica.. 4 plain diamond ruby,pear and g-rnet'ony. and wfll be granted him- .. 'A fine o .. -,--11-. .. r.-t-r .61 ..:' .. ._

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tagce b tbe adeetioaa requifed for tbe djgereot paflav SDC sorts of Ware Dsually kept b an estabjianment of his lag S&oeksCottcW aMder'shistmtij '. .
the of Prebatea for .
and vooebers to Judge great rariety of stud,fioe fold;Teat fob and guaM T DDBla.Il1If'( '
with the 1nUtIr.l Browa Cotton aad.Dili .
.JJ-aaaeqaaiatanee Drawers.
othiomtiy. line of'bosbeaa. "A i fallf;asyrteient,of Sheet Iron Fancy, .. .
::d for a fioal ,aischargt from and ,
Leon Oonoty. apply ebaba.seals iwragoiaaadstver pea ;pencil ems te.ob :.L4.iI4e: 4'O" .
W&DrefrresH.f WAM..pCl-, ofBde of Execotor of W.O.Hyltoo,'deoeaaed.WlLK silver aDd steel I Sheet Lead; LeaJPSpej;'Sheet ZbajCSstera Pumps HoH.W& ; mbrieBaadkamWs U :.,.r. S
- end JLfle$ theparUoclarlofslinira. the. c, and gold, spectacles gold and ailXft of which 'efler.ed totnVpoblkioo reaageable ttrintf ',- '>.; ,. .. ..
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Sprift oeceasary : CALL.E'r.Dee i and a great many otber arttclea too numerous Jo men ue : .; "; S
thimbles. .. ; ; -
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1851: .c. '
5 nparticalaratteotioopjdtoi tpecid .orders., eit.rI !!, Fine .CBtlery" aod Qaas.baer I -TO BUILDEBS.Tb cll&Ddmnine. ; i .;-" .a s, S; ,. -...., -raJf .'. 4
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tbroogfa oxrohaoU or to.tbe aobaeribwdZreet, aftiaHpt > and breakfast" knives without '', knives I NoyeunbefIOlU5. 45': >< -. ..'. :' ,
Mannfactnped Tobacco. Roofing,Guttering,Oowef.&ncI Tb Candutl'lpei&cailofwhkbbepromisesIodoln : ,. 'f' r
.ueraoteed t.t *ulow.fie wed am pc : .mdfeaaiin etta/eeran aad Uel ngle,fine pock : '- .' : ,.. 'I --J- .4 4-

Uy U farokbed,sod wlAA will b.qi1,b very rs- SHALL receive muss 400'B c oTyBA>wrJrmna$ et'enUery.abearvseissors. and raZors; fke double work-mao-like and and the the best most I1i> 'jp .JIIIeDa a-. -I". & ._" ..

:. speot,to Cit Of tbe very beat aad cldcat dty-sr.coua-. I,"Moneo!Maapfaetorad Tobaeoo .consignment barrelled laminated steel and stab twist guns,common manner aod style; reaionabla'tenns--of material """" _'''-'t./.4 S I"'t.- ''- ". S. :
shortest. aiotsce '
Wim 0*MMOO.100 Boxes now en-tb: ya1 opt2ereb shot poaches varlou : fin.and CIO roost .F.A O aB. J -.eatf' 'tT&4-: i..11 ; : "
again guns patterns, ,. .. ..
the liltf'
been engaged for! but bbotbeai .. S. .
Bfv-JY4JST&KI'I'Ii vith a" doors of; Bts w21 do well to bear this b mod,.and it common ponder fiaska'deaaing rods EI 's and Having "eigbt, years :1ft.1f'UUN"M1II .: : : .
caps at rhk. tbfaka it .. .., .. ., .
plaiebe umaecesesryto reeaonMod'hiiTiBetf ,. .
-0*SajA-Eaat avJ.,MRM ftwa Uw AsJrffa win be sole lower than same oaUtrcan be laid down wads,wad wftera,and materials for gmemitba.Sfif .' ,the J.Oli S.AJf4).aTJrI'A- = _t ."t "
aoy.fortbar to pubUe aa regard .. .
I. tmUoaM .foe'fr afttrkiPh from t t
Murray for
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: DANIEL LADD.Mlddlc rjA Plolcd Ware.StlvertabU tia cepeialiUes M&iocbao ,W.fd the aame tinjebe.assorts t' "nr;_ t : : { .
Wma..t.OauAtff.8Ur oeac .tb brie* Dbani .
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and bdlea batter and cheap V/ r"f .Mwlisas 3om4y4r.ZDus ,.,..
Uvig oaonDht.-- aDd :-ereanj 'pickle knives. ptatedyfia "-'._ .' .j.t ,. ; ., 3.5S ,
p. : edfrom the old stand I .af" ... _
+ad spoooa,waitera castor eake and Aart baskets formerly known I 4, .'' .TO '
tbI Wra'aDd : z .
from Towns be : "drcnlt;'of Florida. .
,u.'i.y. m"PR' .'otaeal Mends trusts ,.' '.., .'... ,elfctn'Bkted_"abd; Tmrmmfloo. service, .at.White&Slosser,be win be' found at bja stand eor- >, .to:1W. 44aA :z-oe. _. ,..... .;J't",<,v__: 'II' S

'aad-froioa t ose who will do bia the.IlLNKUWIOt..- ,' IN {.m1f..CIIWUIT.CO.uBT.; batter7aagar,aad CTeataTdabBvebunber' aod nerd OO' foot street where.be win be glad to wait :Frcah .Bice. ''. %., ,.... 4.; -,_...- .'.
bfa aswtmant,.-bang tbaoriy&leSdaDt.d.to ;: lath matter of.Prthloa of:HUs jrtb Rice for a esndlerficK.salteeTlara, boqoet_boJdm.eard. :eo all bb friends. '._ THOMAS WHITE.ft f .,.'(
J flower basket aod MtteMm'wans.' ea."I, IS". 48 -* arr'ha Cbalerate far aaUNsW.PortiIToTl.lW5 A. 14 F. :..; ::4S
the Sostiwrn Trad : : ,
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Sri .fa'"riI1)t' 10 Edateth Leriocs;'aod thai aflsrtt*pobBtttioa,I iron and morocco port owoaiea'pearl* ard'.cases co.nd I mw.Jood np l&ken. d'"tad 'Co6Itut em .5 'NoUcc.X'efflor ; } J ,.: '.' : .;
>. flail notkefir tkraejaairtlwplicaUoo.win be made beads coral'necklace and'armleta jet)?bracelet*' 'pIoJmeatt : '
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WIK"Io"lillt. .' 'OOUBOuf'CHYA1t101ert combs,china sod %ASdo L m or: -- -aod ", : ut ldp
: > 'WI.L.JldQ1f' Ins .,1., ...," ,dgar sass fiaaiar ate. pwfcr and w. M ..ee dO ata. ( thUUuiDsimbW' $oL'ei ia 'g 't ,-.

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