The Floridian & journal
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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: April 5, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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E. LLOYD NEW .GOODS. Spfeeb Dcttfcrci by Hon. A. E. MAIoa -, ocratip party never bad the power at any time In that pahllo'ez mmt* was'fffijtfng high ''eontnfersj: Oftf ffiitt -fti : ; _
WiLL, Jt tt.easaeola the 224 of. (oelt'Ct. conservative man. Concession to everywhere. Bat on a fimtrjaj, irfCongress seen that in similar contrOYemd.da'I1; ._.
tU.otlon.ee>%, ;JOHN -PMTOKldtJS; Fe'nill'Jj .'-':- the' Americans would have been to no end. the Proviso was defeated for a tihnJxndal*, era'portion of the whig party' Had diZ d /

COMMISSION MERCHANT Concession In any other quarter would have though many .Northern democratahid quit awar. to bat a faw who were wilUnjt itnd'

AND'OOTTON MERCHANT TAILOR, FELLOWCITIZKNSVhile on a abort visit been utterly unwarrantable. tbe ranks, it was defeated by the awl. those by them brethren' ,of the South -$:had:
here, I have thought the opportunity fit Where then, rests the blattft for the long of them who.were l Ieftcouiageously standThgout ( been borne off by prejudices agiltaiilat-
BROKER Dealer In Beady MUe aothla and one to give jon 'some account of the recent, failare to organize the House t The answer to share the fate.of their part?. .' With every trial of ,their streef% tfer :TO
TALLAHASSEE. Ge1itleeas Fnrilshlig Gotti. proceedings in Congress--more especinlly of depends upon the real I complexion of that body. It was in this hoar'that .another election more and more faltering, antilia tiM'Smra
prepared to attend to all Icind of sales in.the eity ..S.. I,the proceedings of the House, in which I have There is a majority of those who were elected for President was'to be bad. Toe democratic it was insisted.and believed by .'naDrityMt $
IS&nJewatyofLwiReal Estate.Negroes, Cottaa I am now receiving my Fall and Winter tvp been acting a part as your Representative.The .- as Know Nothings or Americans. As in opposition party recoenng in a great'degree from party alliance with them-was little betterthan
,Farotttreu H.Males Carriajei,Baggies:Ac.; ply of Cloths, Vastlmcres, Vtplingt, 4c., oj attention of tho people has been arrested to the Democratic party, they had the the shock: it.had recently felt; bat with diminished with avowed (reesoilera,'and that Cor eater
Vest In la' Trait and Merchandise of every descrip- Every Color, Style and Quality; 'and their anxiety paiu fully awakened by the power to organize ; and if the House to be forces, entered the canvass with a.candidate hope for the maintenance of SoBtfaarn-rigktJ

*"* k which I am prepared to make vp in the most fact that for two months'we were engaged i ia ib considered an American House, the blame for and upon, a platform sound and true was in the democratic party"the'Norjhrn

AUCTION BITS : fashionable style, on short notice fruitless effort to elect a speaker, there being not organizing earlier is upon them.: But thereis in the essential element nationality,as con wing cf Which, though a'so ItS' fl&i In lIam
Weitesiaj *n4 Sat.rlay--II O'clock. AND REASONABLE TERMS. all that time a suspension of the regular leg likewise a majority calling itself Anti-Ne tradistinguished from the.'sectionalism. of! the. berg, afill] preserved a brave larg atwoitli' :

nmeeries and SUple dry goods Wholesale & RUll -ALSO- islative functions of the Government. For all braska. This; also, as in opposition( to the i Wilmot Proviso and ki / .mea.greL Bat that \ aa.ever tree and stead/asf/ .Ia the,

at this cheap Cash Store. JOHN R..LLOTO. A ULRCR AND WF.LL 8ELKCTBD RTOCK OF political purposes the Government had ceased. Democratic party had the power to organize; it was overthrown. GehV Ci'ss was beaten.A Karsss Nebraska straggle Twy Aic &.onmaorujr "

December 8.1655. 4* READY-MADE CLOTHING The important and necessary work upon which and if 'the House is more distinctly an Anti- : popular military chieftain ,with no defined these points was Terooved, ..No:, .,cthe' .
Consisting of every garment ratable for winter war, depends "the, well-being of the country was un. NehraskaJloeae. than anything else,the blame I position on any political question,, and as to' whig party from the North voted to relieve
4.VILLIAM P. SLUSSER snch as Cloaks.Tabnas Coats Vests Pants Ac, Ac, .touched. A fact.like this could scarcely fail falls in tHat uarter. Upon one or tha other: the main question jn agitation, supported for Southern citizen 1romtIi.rublbftIen.oti .
which will be disposed of at loW, tocreate seriou.apprebension. of these the blame assuredly} falls. I leave' directly opposite rensona* ini d1flerenl"iection., Mfftsonri ''InfO. 1Ti"e ,. o ]. ':-,_ ___ .
Tallahassee, F1.a. Also a large lot of Plain and Fancy Shirts Collars' Though our faith in thai system and in dIe people Urdetermine which. was'placed at tbe bead of the Government cratic party from tIt J orthj i'dJdj. yote'o., r.o..
Undershirts.CraTatsStocks.noMery, &c.Ac.
M JUTCFACTUKRR OF CoPrEB.TlJf AND SnEET Those desiring thorough out-fit will consult their those institutions by which the American people That the conduct of the Democratic party Again during; his life and under his successor lieve them. The end bad com*. 'The train'

IRON WAUK, WHOLKSALB AND RETAIL rnrn interests by pring me A call as all th"above articles are governed is strong and deep-rooted, and the motives which actuated it may be Mr. Fillmore, the sectional controversywas ing of years had produced its legitimate re
DEALER IN PJ.AIW, FAwcr AND JAPAXXKDWAKE. hare been selected with great care, and with a and though no shock of violence has been felt, rightly seen and appreciated, I shall present a renewed, and grew to be a serious, almost sults. Tile developments l which had steadily
special tiew to their adaptation to this market. while Congress was wrestling with its own broader view than is given by the naked facts a fatal one. It wax closed by the Compromises pointed to thd Ixfirirfibn of tfa0 wlilg party:

Stove nr.adQaartcrA Norember24, 1855. JOHN ly-7 PRATORIUS. evil body, yet (hero must have been a meaning developed in the proceedings of the House.- of 1850, not to the entire satisfaction because its northern 'wing cherishing free-loir

SPLENDID rtm' Cooking. Parlor beneath the outward shows of the conflictto To understand these fully we must take a of the Sooth, bat upon terms which she con sentiments would be obii:ed ultimately to
;X ami! W CIo Store,trimmed with neatuessand DR. LEWIS, organize tho House of Representatives, brief survey of pastaevents. If in the retrospect scnted to abide. In that controversy it was co-operate with regular free-soil men and
durability,at reduced prices. RESIDENT .DENTIST. there must have been causes striving and acting taken, I shall seem to dwell more upon shown once more that, so far as parties were thus drive the Soa'bern wing_to break the/'
Out Dttor Work. TALLAHASSEE,FLA. in that contest which need to be gfavely I the importance and useful ends of party than to be trusted, the surest reliance of the South I connection between'tbe two, were now couipleled )
Heads Gntterin Artificial considered by those who have the power toI suit the pride of individual for tbe protection or approach to protection in n stubborn
Uv 6n;. Ornamental Front : Copper now inserting Teeth on the may independence, any I melancholy fact-that.
ant Tin Oiinduetio; Pip .. Sheet Lead. Sheet .IS new and improved principle with make and unmake Congress. I shall present I think there will be shown ample reason to of her constitutional and equal rights. I party was gone, was dead. The same developments
Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Cistern Pomps. Shop verb gums, from one aide to the you a view of the relations and actions of par. sustain me. No more than the most inde. would be in the democratic party. The few had all along and inrtUs4j4lr*
t>f every variety done at short notice. other, without seam or crack,leaving sn place for the ties, such as my observation and reflection, pendent of men do I approve subservience to individuals of the northern portion of the pointed to a common ground affiliation be.'
City and Country Merchants lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly and the heat of the struggle enabled me to who voted for those .
It is
life like and restoring the original contour of the face, party. allegiance due to the principles whig party: measures, twcen Northern and Southern democracy.and "
Are respectfully Inrited to giro me a call befoie pw- so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls attain, which in my judgment will correctly which underlie party organizations that I approve especially for that one of them which in be. had now prominently! thrown, cot the

chum. \.bf'f'f'K.R. AH articles manufitetaed from the very in Middle Florida fur Fall.Setto. HUM wishing Full explain the difficulties, not only in the way of and would justify. Should the principles half of tbe South was intended more effectually democratic party as 1 be only out WildS rt.' .
best jy tnsierul and warranted durable. No other arti Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. Congress, but lying across the path of pro. be -unsound and dangerous, it is the error to secure her right to a return fugitive mained with a broad national organiistioo.

de win be offered for sale. He prices will to suit wvrant..1n the time eveiy Terms instance Cash,satisfaction or whea called cad gress which a sanguine patriotism has markedout or the fault of those who adopt and unite slaves, only serve to point the story of the to do tbe duty ofnnsectional; patriots. : ", :
OctoberO, 1855. 42 for. for our review; so that in showing you upon them, and sooner or later, they and the general defection of that portion of die party. Fellow eitlzelK '*" not '(or Southarn'mn

Notice. June 24,1854. 25 what party has acted properly or improperlyin party together, will fall under just condemnation. The time had now come when it was hoped fir Floridian:/or for any roan,, coma' *
Co-partnership this particular instance, I shall at the same In siich case a true allegiance is apt to that the vexing agitation of sectional issues from what quarter they who claim to be
Tf'KE ad ragn d biva this day entered into a eo- FLOYD & HOLLAND, time show you what party is most entitled to degenerate into subservience, for error or would cease, and that parties, if still inclinedto national, and who are. uoetrHy may desirous t. _

J_ 1tt.r.btpntbe Attorneys at Law. yontl; .pnn'dence and future support. fault is ever more inclined to bolster than to division, would be content to return to crash he g 0.,'IDg power of .ecti;n ilism to
WHOLESALE & RETAIL TT7ILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle In the debates to which I listened during light itself. But where principles are not only their former more quiet landmarks. Bat that forget the p.egfiaijt; teachings of that
D- B"C'SD.\TEIS V V and West Florida,and in the Snprase Courtof the contest for.the election of a speaker, and maintainable in theory, but vindicate their seemed impracticable. Democratic policy I ask you to bear.them in moment

mder the name and style of the States State in the Also Northern in the District District Court of Florida.of the United in the reports and comments you have seen soundness and safety in practice, it becomesa had proved ituftco) strong to admit of attack, and, while} still ponoVrjng their significance memory i ;,

LiVELY.1TIIEY R.J. FLOYD Office Apalarbieola. Fla in the newspapers relating to it, there was an high duty of patriots to join in concerted and there was no serious general movementto to go with ma into the Slates of this Unloo,'
AMES &, D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. assumption on all sides that some party was efforts to incorporate them in the public policy affect it. Where then was that restless and look around upon the scants 'aad thai
, Dec.! 1855. 61 to suffer blame for misconduct. That there of the government. So, when invoked, as energy of mind of which I have spoken to struggles to be witneased in the first elections
will be pleated to see their friend was fault somewhere cannot'be doubted.- is often done, to forget party in devotion to turn its activity I The field of controversywas that succeeded. What there do wi icl"' I*
the old stand of D. H Ames DR. MILES n. NASH !
they trill at keep a full and general. The singular wonder is, that any one should country, I answer that I cling to the altars barren of great questions open to trial of shall speak only of things tJut were*.occurring -;
Articles appertaining UieiiItM orrrw HIS raoraseioKJK.gmricxs TO THZ cmznrs orTALIAHASSCT have doubted upon whom the responsibility and the arms of my party because I believe party strength. There was little to do but in, the Nprt. Wnaido.weseif, hall
of bwbes D. H. AMES JCT SCKBOCVD1NO. 'TJtT. for an organization really rested. I do not the welfare and the interests of my countrycan to canvass the merit of tOAJfetaft. settlement! that region, roused' and infuriated by,impassioned .:
M. LIVELY. know that until that contest seemed to become be best secured and promoted by its agen- and todsMbaa( 'praise or blame for the goodor declamations against the friends the
with Dr. M. Nash,immediately east of the
.7&nuirjI.lU. 1 OFFICE uncertain in its result, there was ever any cy. It is a part of my purpose to shoiV the evil different men found in ft. ? This, South npo i the Ksnsas-Nebraaka issc. there*
Notice. May 19 1855. 26 question in a government like ours of the palpable cround* of this,UcI' therefore became the labor of!a' season, and were none to brave the. wild storm but i .
a .
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eeths after date the undersigned,administrator obligation of a known majority< to direct i. w iy nave' suggested' f mat.i' a recurrence 10 somep when another struggle for' the Presidency as ,wci-4 found in the fold or'tUt! democrafio"party. '
S on the estate of Violet Harris deceased late T.J. X.alCBJ..SOlt'. rLXTCBUl WVITAXKa and control cyery step of a%gislative as orninent facts of our history for several years was about beginning the people were"engaged .' Ot1HJ.adoeat.- sustain the jcs-'

Vf Lo County. will present his final accounts and RICHARDSON & WHITAKER, sembly. Yet we have had the remarkablefact past, would better enable us to understand the in reviewng: past c'oings in connection with lice of that mertart faytrpone to restore'
vouchers tn the Judge of Probate fir SHINE mid County.AdmV.and Receiving and Forwarding Mer seriously uttered and reasoned, that a minority action and the relations of parties in Congress, questions of responsibility and the obligationsto equal right to the States and crtlzens "of all

4sk Deeevnher tobe4ischared.. 1855. JL A.S1-8W, chants yea, a minority, of not less than seventy and the,causes operating to produce their sep- acquiescence. That struggle was carried section, thee: were rione.: The bice'of
NEW PORT FLA. in a body of two hundred and thirty-four eratlon.. \If will'usa enable D. more jacon. on,.not to muck nppaUi!difference between abolitionism* deooonciog JL Thi_roic l
MEDICAL NOTICE. August 4th, 1855. 21 men, is properly and especially chargeablewith testibly to acquit the Democratic party of the parties as to leading principles tug there' offrte-soilism wasdeneuDcinifitr Wbat,.still _
-- the blame which attacRVs to the bodyor charges strangely urged against it for the are was a wide differei e ", as upon t! e probabili. claimed to be a voice of Wbi!Ism',wu oi-
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON DR. R. N. GARDNER default in duty. Such a charge has bee.. arcby which reigned in the House for two ties touching the loyalty of each candidateand flouncing it. Tbe voice. of Know.Notirioff-:

their Professional Service to the Pnb- OFFERS his pr-Mional services to the citizens made against the party with which I acted.It .- months, and to point the country in this time party to the settlement just made and to ism was denouncing It. All yucea but .that .
OFFER "Office opposite the Store of Meser ne and smronndinj country. Office has been reiterated anJ urged in Floridaby of trial to its surest hope. safe principles for the future involved in that i of the courageous democracy were'' Dinin.'
removed the teoidefice Mr.John R. Crump situation of that party. I shall seek tc settlement. The had determined *
t Poole. opponents to it.
Hodgkiss,Scott< the late Dr. Jacob Eliot.Ft'bruary Ten years ago, fellow-citizens, he country.vas country dng Against all denunciation, sgzinst
January S. 1856. IbogAtD formerly 15, eeuptsd 1856 by J. show, not only the want of foundation fo divided between the two great parties rest where it was, and the anxious enquiry al| opposition, against open aad Jwcret
CHARLES w.DOWlfl3 ; the charge, but the utter insMiMbilily tn tin which have substantially divided it, when par prevai'ed, who would best keep i it tn'ereM- foes its vuice was.eVer ciL/aOTrS" i" .
----T. Biarnrrr.- .-.4- ----_-- A. PERRY AMAKER, (warnings of the past and the present in "hid ies were not in a state of dissolution, since ,Tbe men and the circumstances surrounding, the constitution and.the rigbtait'goaranteW:'.. -
7 "BI&CHETI & DOw Id"SG, it origin tes. Gen. Scott the whig candidate created dis. The contest
TTY AT LAW he first days of the Republic under the con closes. Numbers -91: :
aTTOUEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS TALLAHASSEE. FLA. t Since the contest j is ended' and the whol. stitution. I might go still further back to trust as to bim which could not be removed j democrats are overborne and j ro down."lie true'

1O. 490, Seventh Street, May 21, 1853. 20 f field is before us, every feature -UK! prominence : lengthen the train of events which can be and the proud and renowned victor of many House of Representatives contains the"men.
WASHINGTON CITY. of which can be fully scanned,and new profitably used in this enquiry, but I prefer a battle field was overwhelmingly n Died Ibis who as free-soilers and Know.NothjnM$
TJfTlLjL practice before !the Court of Claims; and P. B. BltOKAW'S. that we are in apposition to look through the start from about that period. There had beena first political campaign,his subordinate of. chosen to fill their places. .Nct one ol.theIri..,
V V prosecute claims before Congress and the serrl TAilES9 past of that conteSt and trace the beginningsand short while before, a heated political con ficer in war being chosen to rule over him in not the most liberal of those of them 4wbo
Depaitmentc. LiTER lID IlL endings and tho pauses of every step taken test. There had been full discussion of the peace. The people had stronger faith in our are now called Nations} Americana*eon '

July !8. 185. SO TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. in it, I can see mof> clearly than before' principles and measures upon which the parties present excellent chief magistrate, audi. was here with other*W$ 9X'4Ww( aalo .
- that there .Jpropriefy and necessity that differed. An almost idolized leader, the thus be cams,, into power. tbe Kansas eblaak'bin, %in tha .or.' .
R. H. BERRY, THE Proprietor would the Democratic party should hold itself boundto great Henry-- .Ulay-* .bad. .borne** the.. .banner 01* 4 Pledged.:,all the acts ofhia past I life, st dby nest, strong, denunciation.; "Bat the'Jionse
Commission i bit friends and iO'k the course of action it pursued. .The fact avowal of his principles to maintain also .
Auctioneer public, that be has rebuilt the Whig party ; while that of the Democratic every contains tbe eighteen or twenty ..
MERCHANT.TAU.i large Brick Stables at the Told ataod and w DOW that party first encountered' was, that, it was partV "'Ut upheld by a comparatively new the rights of all sections alike and to do erats who came oat from thatconte*, ::
yIn,Sept 29. 1 855. 29 prepared to accommodate bfa friends and customers.He ... powerless to elect.a Speaker. A conviction man. "The suffrages of the people declared equal justice between them,Inaugural satisfied doed. They r.a therevowingp4Z"
; also baa attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith of this, and the further belief-since demon in favor of the latter, and Mr. Polk had been the country that the pledge would'be that lies on the"Speaker's table to ".
wIXaXa !, Shop;where be will bare have dene all kinds of strated to be correct-that every reasonal elevated to tbe Presidency to renew the effortsto redeemed. Such was its effect, followingclose the constitution," and ready the f
Plantation work, Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in in. pio .
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,, the best manner and with promptness and dis or practicable combination with others would I $ reduce the principles of his party to practical upon the signal triumph of his party, ance of thAt vow.* truly national meV'w.
NEWPORT FWRIDA.' patch.November. still leave it powerless to elect one, entered measures. 'Withjifl the first two years of that the. ranks of opposition were unable! to maintain the right of all,and J to..cwut injuj-r

from Pbyricums and Planters put up lSn. 44 into all its movements. It can safely be &i id his administration, J.ftet..'imteriDg a pow- rally. Again the. ..rpstfeijs ,' American mind' tice to any.. ., /IKi, .; .
ORDERS greatest care now there was no mistake on this point. A erful opposition wMc'h disclosed every reason was left with9aJijsso.es which to -mpl y or an ih rr eEtTi 4 t In' f1ie t .J. tI."" c.#
Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, hopeful trial and its result have showedto should It tW l.h.ag..
F.bruary,1856. 5 most that could be urged,again the proposed policy itself. WJiere now tarn .In have a common purpose in reference 'ato"
-. INSURANCE. For Sale by P. B. Brokaw.,1mHE all there was none. I refit to the vote for: ef Ms.party, that policy became the law of North ellpec aliy, where mentalpitt-menta tional questions, it is only necessary to for. me'
LIFE Sub* just received a Gov. Aiken of S. C., in wh'1ctfNorthern NaV the land.' id to this day it remains in fall seem to be more a necessity of society, there to say that they resulted ja sending to 'Con7 t
THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.I _I_ very farpa eppply of Carriages. tional Americans or Know IjJothings had the force. Ypv will perceive that I speak of was urgent demand that the. void should be gress a large 'irI1J..at .
** AOCDXULATO ojLnruloOOOOa -Baggie, and Harness which be offers full test applied to their tiokst&i nationality, filled. Shrewd who .
:measures about which a permanent differencehad men, were loping to that along w ., 7"eri' f..Jt # .
Company issues policies on the lint of for sale on the most reasonable term and in which their refusal to vote for him the which this ;
to characteristiccould
THIS for the'whole November 18, 1gZ4. 46 existed, and nof questions of a tempo profit by uses number of Americans,.who, D th ,
period persoos of life for ON Me THE or more MUTUAL years SYSTEM.' served to show conclusively that Democratic rary characte or of any since raised. The be put.were lookinground to catch the the glaring facts I have mentioned 'pnrsoe*:i

Dmdeads declared to the iosifred on policie t issued A. L. FISHER distrust of then was not founded". error 01 Cart I wish prominently to present, is,that the most available material for some new organ. a coarse intended to weaken and bear down
for& ATTORNEYATLAW.TaXLABASSXC prejudice.Under. old issues as then settled were 'so put at rest, ization.f Without any special occasion, with/; tbe democratic party. .* t- -i."
Pun FacEVis, Actuary.....MOIRU FBVAITKUV Pres't FtA., the idea,therefore,which was thrownout and the policy then adopted has been so vindicated botany frEsh cause of alarm, it was at :bi And now,

GST ApplieatioM received In Tallahassee by practice in the Courts of the Middlo Dis and.vbttfc fca* gone widely.through the by subsequent experience, that no serious time that the Know Nothing cry against; foreign ,attle. 1Illowcitizensyuglas hWj wbWe, .. ; .
January 19. & 6. B. C. LEWIS. WILL .and in TbomM County O*. country, that there was conservatism in the effort has been since 'made for a change.By born citizens and catholics was beard sition of parties. in fn't." pq
: the
QT: Office in the C.pit l.ld tory..immediatelyover National Americans which ought to have led force of circunsta o es,< Because the issuing from secret lodges/ abd appealingto that tbe !, vYoa kav,.
AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. the room of the Clerk.f the (Supreme Court. to a junction between them and ourselves, it truth of Jemocr i has satisfactorily established the selfish and bigoted( I rjudices of natives seen.for democratic country settled Wits' i ,. t

I ZY clrJTtz; .I600JDOO.dert July 21, 1855. n11E. is sufficintto; 'sa/ that, besides the bad graceof 'itself, there has been acquiescence andprotestants. Soon it was seen thatit ence which divided it policy 89Q -t44rp.

mHE mi ned Agent of the.Xbort Company BARNARD J.r. requiring us, who had fought under the on tbepart of those who before were, banded promised to answer well, for a while atleast You sues baTe J tfiafaftef pripr. j rear,1848.en .
those issaea .
1. make of nationality before their was the for which it ..were
will receire applications for and toaontooestloM banner party in earnest opposition.Beaten purposes was inten out of.the ther
&fa by Fire oa Bride and Fram BmldinfS, W LL.cpirriKcr THE yet in the womb, to yield our greater strengthto their old tI 1ItU11 ded. way, quest1ons.of atiqu
from ground, al character
tar r absorbed the aLa ID .
4c. ancl'
,liercbindiie their thirt ,.five :
Sauuar-y U,un. S B. 0. LEWIS.. DRUG. & fiE DfCl1iE BU.SIfiESS I, theirs, our seveniy-five time after to their cand:date,, had a spirit which would not succumb. ," What i Meanwhile the expanding progressive spiritof that noq these .e .w igitrduUy'lent P.&rtA ,. orda :
there a
was never *
though the field be lost. all is not lost, an our people demanded fiat! tbe forms olgovernmepjt jti J .
ur a TEX ouiJsTAHP, aicxO7 1 of Pa. his when st1eu1gtl: ; 'J.t'J oh,
EVANS Mr. Fuller defined position, .
JOHN W. this, their over certarn western territories "
exclamation like became rallyingcry.
until .
jectf, fipU/lo.t,1 ( "
fbd 'united could hare F
ef tftft
ATTORNEY AT LAW. KO"AE the reliable contra. Pride of party aerVedfb' strengthto should f&Vgiven, that"thU might occupy it rll lifeKwaa.last fGciae ii J.k_ objects.
effected an election. The apparent knew that the and devote it to the-improvementa and *
BilirSRIDGK OEO, THE hold out yet farther. They enjoyments You have teen that the democratic '
cast .
we- prompt attention to all business en diction of this statement by the votes restless of rae AtoeVfauu 1 wa4.wonld of crvflixation. Congress undertook the North party' .
WILL energy ; while many war.dria
for Mr. Smith of f V., is in fact, iqsi '
of instance
hit ,b the Ooonties Thomas one demand
to this
car of
be content to abide the sloth a fixedsystem'however to meet r.*qd JtaeaaiQ it was
Deestor Baker, Daazherty,Calboaa. Early and Clay. Comer of ClintmanJ Monroe ..!, Ta1la'i'ue.Jsnuaryl9,1856. no contradiction. When the manner of voting not 'commendable, and that it proposed to makeits legislation conform to its nitiooal raqb; ifill kept a ,Ja.rgF 4? *. of Il .

-February! '.ls' 7 tf_ 2GIus in the House is understood, ana it is must find themes for its employment. ,The the territorial; bills of 1850 to wh'ch it was fearless c. n."atI"i i by ".

UK & CiLBRAITS Oils Wbite, Lett, tc.O known that ascertained after the roll u called through Members and fortune politics brought them the Mexicanwar claimed that both of the dominant parties from' pattene on every aide, to Uod m. the OTV;,;.

0mrg&J- *!, TAIXAJLMCXS, FLA. A A.BOXES Window Glass assorted sires, 100 the result by a count and the various questions to which it were committed, and on which the country breach in defence of their! Soa'hern
1f-JL L02TO 4 J.B,oLULttrH h'.auoe-- ZUU Kegs White Lead pan. ztn"No. 1.I who have not voted were'' still at liberty to gave birth.i During its progress the snb-tfess- had agreed to stand, and because also to effect men. Too have seen that'of the 'new'eoosirj ,
: War/eU Linseed Oil, vote before the result'. was announced, and &e tent! of'46 hid already that conformity it became necessary to !" Tr. *. .r 'fa
etk ofLaw. TheyaQaattsbtl'BddU
..at.4ti tBal.laiEerr several ury and revenue ties or thoojthwJi$ .
j. .Liird. farther ihat in that instance '
.t:ea Cirenit tb*"IIat known demonstrated their efficiency as well as the removjitb* MJtspurir tjtrictioaof 1820,.o>b Am.rlcn Qr..Jepq$
0'to&tbs DW Car .or'UwUoitediti'ft Zinc Paint tnemberB} rf&e. .JttfKtfbtfcan. ,part/," ,view wtuch .based. ,More was'bat the Wftmot'Pro/nso *; coadem- : F'Jt 0ft8.c'raiaed.
t Firs-proof **& ({&$& a boIL) wisdom upoa tbejf were ."-Iria,! tiPI:". l dip.
record of .Democratic ,
.. .1 H.Qiaft sittrdaTrainOii,! bblOopd Vfcvisb; to embarrass and'moN tftpdeis, therefore, became the effort ed,the freesoU Senators and rrcmbers of congress
S.a xIT declined vote and that if they had 'pp.ro .9t :.
rstait to
SpitJUTorpemUa*I In barrel and at party, to stimulate the people to any attack upon commenced anew to.jlir the bitter waters orub !.
%1IIi.. $ AMES % LIVELY. urf"'De toc i i.woiild not iIAQ: .. I
s voted ever r
tbertf 'liatjprw J Wbaed.. Attention fef ag&afbjp, and sentxiaf to the DOI1hemport t th.
'.'. -'I:. UIGBT Jsjoary g. USfl. have elected MV.ftraith, it will be'&b6w and diacipliBfe..(drawrf'c T to other questions ,oftb: Colon, sjjchappeal*,jT-f the ,_ o W tl1a. .
J > s BB J-
Just Beceked.f.t entirely deceptive is the record in thai case. in'tbe successful management of which rescue of freedom pretrodmg that it was really 't resbfL'iiWhat A, c '
cTmHitr&C&MMISSION? : MERCHANT. the Democrats-had voted for that was l. ;
Cnreant' If all gen- in that tb.miadi of
T EMOS. Goava and JTelUw; Prunes u laytheir'only. h.ope, Bat.in.tbr course of itopardj, men could
.LLL&fltU j n.oUDA.r'lli Pears.Sardines Pickled Oyster*. Eraody Peach Ueman, no member of the House doubt t>ut events- there came out propositions pointing not'eaWy .coisid2wbat was 'being done is ill "h,."sir; ;? 1i-Lbk4 k i'
lr II..t" : "Ofr .Preserved Lenxna, angeL Pin Apples aatf Obref. that those1 $. Bp4USraji fjttBtbers;!would which badlba' effect to and sfirnPand indigaaiioa 'had .foil sway,to the House OR the 4a .
.i- .Orcco Gage Marmalade, Lemon Syrap aod Raip- then have stepped tn, as they had the privilege to:a sectional all ; policy and threaten disruption do the mw HeJ,ots, r.rt fA which tb.y..ware controlUog :.Jrit,.l.., 'ths 'J
.WIZ, IAM SCOTT do StrewUrry brv ,
. Fresh Salmon.Lobster Had- of dofhg,.to df feat Ms election. Yet this fa rW aklaneeav Tbe Wjlra'ot'proyiser proinpLi&3e ;void was now fihtedjbut with \ .. t.
40. Ruibrry:vine of
k -ORNYATLAW, doc; ermt.Qa4. ; ort ,Pickka, SaolebAl ease notwithstanding' The, bald manoravre Ulked bto"the,fi I,| and,became the centre the Know :Nothing .element, conjunction 4ht.4tHBftc tid polie <&cowriia1ia) .
f. r :. *aod Porter. i which. damns'ft,taj ,been,tnnapcted Ito, the around wnicb xrajito H paged a:new andr&&ntepWbm with tbreateniof fires. Still Conffress applied ftonitq aUreiyi 4iAagUatiop ,4'
r .2a3.3e.1flo': -aG '.t1Jsa. .ee3&wyL1$8.' Ban.- C.D. country as one where democrats psdjph power > < %*"- bk4l oath there itself tox" finbhwiittataifcfgan.. Witha rIe u4 who n. pIIjpt: .:_ '.
; '
; ..i: 'ri fL., .ur. .1.tI LIVELY.. to elect a speaker., What* retake./ l. ..J llifitren I of opinion )a orjt.s14us, ffrinpspoianottobe deterred from right action tilLtbatain I&rget, *was .,1. sThoig
furnished ..
such u bya; .t.4 ] clamor '
. ,,. '1 pretence J W., !.1! be.! by an'jf that agitator tnlphjt I ,.c .
-T. :; JiI"La. Wf ,'ru : vote for.the' -entIe.nan.il.l1tra' gr.Trno j' Ii1 -'ir .Ci. rovokibe majorityconsnated thr..I' Know.NothIng: i I'D"",tir."Ir'' 4 .Ir.. -
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'P coru.o tae awtuai jaeswtfction* of> thajnrtv te t &fi5cm a S3oirn drn| .- : it > preserved. It most TC k g tJtlen&4; Yho bn r Kn Sr otiing
would give them the! power to excrcisfctlieir correction it,Is ouo.that itself gnor, tet1is nrJ4'Jncksou to fill! power in ea8tstfi YSW 4.rrninetjitnd f fearIjssnpif Jlelcjaf e from Flotlda in the FfanacleJphia C oltheTeolorruw

$ willoverslavery. They Wentther re1ky 4i ;- WbidIlek cVery politicaljif choj the government.Havinjj ;9. how, -often'- have-- .-- w.Tn- 1S tiwPreic. wh eh Mil |iy-it tbroug4.keiaebinatl99.$ yeioiha reeenly communicated
to act in the light of that know ledge.! TheV, *\ thf&ftaiofl (tirtns/giviw.You my 1 ep'ont* 4Isnthinaiut fictionwl the incvndforimf f traitors. ,

,4- ;- went thereto destroy it But thu was not all etidaring pwnclyes long'fixfd fr ) -pcnbr view of the aebopof| pities; and ottiie con ; ijr4 that herq itjpo sentiment ofllospralrt *MCVoar of (he Sentinel, a synoptical re*

,, \ve saw. Tbero assemUed others when went mlnd/wns) rejiedon; tp coan'tetact ucHeods. tiition of thfrtga nvjtaaibwgtoaf I\vill; saj, proptOfl? : to jrlaw 6f its .proceedings, interlaced with a

,d'S' there to help) destroy that party. Members ; ." For an'il'uskralioa o7'this view, 1 further that it i is impression1 yoVVill find jecution4! of Catholics has characterized the familinrVftna me askyoow ether the somewhat "minute relation of the stratagem*

who, having n common interest. conU not need biit refer to a close scrutiny of the pre in these but the type of what will ba presented majority of.those foreigners who nOw come to tesorted jot by l.ims lf n otbejni
in the approaching can Order elsewhere they havo assured, us, with {|ft.
bot bave n common purpose with it, were] sent state of things An indiudual of .Ned to the country this conntiy are'not vf Ihis eharaeter I ITnere t bald; Convention, to evolve ,sometinn "
BaM to be neither remarkable vass fr the Presidency. You will find that air of frankness almost irresistible tautmhf
nevertheless also prepared jo, engage in its Buritline notmioty, an charming was a time'when our country open* not'W
for character, nor gifted with high this \-iew. sustained bv.sucli facts asI have the bf En- fcnMreY/oinosidWio fhefcbStL
destruction. It will he nr excn'e Cot NaVtion good ,that' whatever the misguided judgments ed her arms to receive oppressed

\] ; 4 Americans that their ,reason for such capacity, U reputed to havo spoken iuto life arrayed before you, will enter Into the'minds of others might indicate, they at least, ns Floridi.ins ; rope but"now she sendss"milHons of pant That- they did not tally seeeeed-st-th, g ,

an rifurt was not the reason which prompted the. order known under his auspices as theKnow.Nothing of the people in their enquiry aa to th* conduct and criminals. They are sent here to of finessing bt securing *complete' rcozrnL
f and shall we not could never, oh, no, never countenance PITS '" V -
.and claim f
another parlies
) ;
More recently v .
partv. control the destinies of this country.I tho ?
Republican The act is tho same. The1f tion ofthe rigtitsof South,-which ;.
indivlduil of higher and eminencr find, too, that they wfll redeem thegovern the anti-republican, prescriptive and the Catholic recogni.'tionlnOTf
party jvMch} ha? been ever regarded as gills grealer am no bigot,-but$ I will speak of \ ''ma '
the!: surest bulwark to check fiee-soil now filling a place! in the Senate of ment from the shame) under which it now barbarous idea of warring against the religion church because' she i/n instrument rnaTlpuxeri

which now over-ride all other purposes the United States, Mr. ','m. II. Seward, has lies in its Representative branch bjr a decision of their fellow. itizcna.- The mere suspicion and engine of political'power.' -Shi& has, of common honesty an4otupotth4|

I <% Vras by their joint attack to be crushed.purposes It spoken into life the party calling itsef!| Re- sanctioning and confirming that iovr? that they might entertain such an abominable more or less, controlled this country for thr of exncilienpjv ia ; knOL1dge4by the C.eruor. .

I'* ttoa\d\ matter mile to the than who is killed publican. With these examples before me, How can they fail to contrast with the present shocked their sensibilities, and! their last twenty years She possesses at any .wien bo..iajp, (i9tJr (tJ*
in the Housewhetherknow heresy, so
condition of
bj the joint violence of a ball and a dagger, condemnatory of the unhealthy ruling power time the power to turn tie scale between any form'under the hope that jwmetfcin
public sentiment in which men can call forth nothing or republican, the patriotic and conservative disclaimers were so often made, with an in. .
that, thejr wfe Jised against him by different two political parties.Tho -
bo done render i it
>crsotts f< r different reasons -his life is party at their bidding, I cannot but question position of party which give us dignation seemingly so honest and ingenuous, Catholic foreigner comes here, stays yet to acceptabk'it No*
| the absolute merit of such and seeing a President like him who now bald" the helm the is Terr-weft Iraown tlU, affecting;; tbe
; law and
power .take
gone; and if stricken by one of the persons that some few of oar Catholic citizens, crcd the term prescribed by ?
while lie in the that our democratic party, in well-organ of State ? Yon have read his annual message, oath the laws and constitution of intrinsic cnanicierofll> pIatfonn."theMion
for a tlight provocation was ulous souls, untutored in the metaphysics of to support >5.
A *ct ns he had long been wl en necessary, of ized array, anxiously expected to keep its and his Kansas message. These not only mental reservations have doubted from time this country ; but is that oath obligatory upon thing" has never transpired. ItstHlpmerres ,
policy in the breach, that tho country may fix: him firmly aloft as n statesman worthy and the have
tlefeflding a vital cause of that person against him I 1-No. The priest Pope its origmal conformation, withoottbo dditjon
be secured against danger fiom these new- fo be trusted for his ability, his boldness his to time, whether, after all, Sam"-was not the the
the other, oil what would you not say of the power to pardon sits and to pardon subtractirtn of letter!
the enormity of his act. Can it be that Sou bout parties I necessarily put an estimate nnscclional intogri'y' ; and his whole hearted best friend and a dark lantern the best symbol infraction of this oath ; but the allegiance to or a Yet.Ujedelfcgaitf

the uses of a long-tried paity different devotion to all our country and to its one from Florida has prepared his mind to accept
them gent'enien forget the f.icts over which upon of religious liberty. tee Pope and II Ty Mother Church he never

I have hastily run, and which truly' account fiom that indicated by the profession of independence prime hop>, the Constitution, but thrj appeal At the regular meeting of the American can abjuie. This, his duty to his church, is the miserable subterfage, with the nomination;

for the cf lo the democratic to which we sometimes listen.- to the people, as with trumpet tones, in arjru- the law and obligation the in full view of the
hostility Republicans of the State of Florida and held paramount upon appended, threatening anj
Any abuses it may practice, I nil! adnii are mnts of irresistible force in behalf of the Party begun conscience of the foreign Catholic. Thus '

party I to be deprecated, and I would not be understnoi party which chooses a man of such soundness at Tallahassee, on the first'day of December, and di'graceui.abrogatoh of the J2th section;
Fellow-citizens, the conclusion to which there is a foreign power living moving
thcs and conservatism be the recipient of which contained a fair and.full! ackrrowIcoV.ment .
| justifying 1855 the of
as platform
F principles promulgated bounds of Remember
have b cn tending: is reached. 'Vt1 its gen. within the onr own country.
S eral policy vindicated and fixed upon th You w ill: have obseved: lloxv-citizc"".?, that its highest honor and tru.-t. Lrt Know No by the Nation! Council was adopted and certain the battle fields pf the rexo'utinn of what he subsequently demanded and

government, and ths conse-yient oi Sig-iti'>nt.i except inctdentally.my trai-i cf rc-raiks; hrs things or Americans do their w'orsi-tliey other rrticle! were add"d, among which remember the liberties so bravery achieved. did not get. In the fcmguago'c lbertPii

inaintaia! it: dcq/Jy 5npese: Snot given little nppoitanily to di-cn5 thj principles cannot) cover intelligent minds with any lasting is the Will you see them sacrificed ? (Tumultuous the most talented member and tender Of tKo
which! divide p-mie*. I have picfoircd in'hrai film of blindness. The !light i of democracy following : "
tint: a sectio.Ti.il con'.iovery! to Le f.vce l 'i) shouts of no, no. ) The preservation of Know South.
show lines dtimrcaliyti will before the end break (to lie "That the American of Florida Nothing party
nf through -
''- teniis: ta ti3 : party unqualifiedly of th*
ns by fiee-s<> ler is t:> become! t e i.il; i. >or- these privileges lathe cardinal principle
nj; haw l ofevtnts in these davs of da'knes as the condemns and! will endeavor to "If the new pntf! >mi a the same in nltmrt
:: they were i rr.wi: y lJa cnnrw: recognised $
tant subject in Congrrss romemlieriii! thai American Call us Know Nothings if j
; party. the ib
the other, why | If it U zwt. tb.
ivJ: thus to Jthe o'jii; .uions nr'i prirxil: I li'jl.t to guide the Union! on the sure counteract r.ll efforts, by any sect or party, njfe sot
of the
from Know-Xothing lodges wt ut thau r -r you wi'l. (Applause.) I am proud { I.HA no use f"r itt
the with v.Lu-h I Inrted. afct-. l L-1 do thciivrr to bring about union of Church and State -
duties! letting upon) pair- come (-lt Republicans; a U I do nt the Southern wlx
the onl
poition of tho e who are eager to pess: this name. The name is nothing, principle envy man rUln tilffend >
controversy ; b.ievi7g!i that in EJSO'.I coitversy -.--. !. A fell Hi cMSiion of these principles: I \ (-tlu'V cannot drive the government i ito i: -UK! utU'iIy disclaims! any intention to pre- all. the ncw platform! after cue rtjuxJiujf oo tL.

\rould: bat confirm nnd ro,: its p.ist: 1 islosy arsd > ii; I Your candidate f>r President is a man of
present j jj
JK rive the conclusions t-> \.vLi.i I have come.- I from wl.it'i; the fnlKrou strength demni--- uliict1, nnd that h advocating the principles of The American Partj Smith eitincf tttnj m Ui
>o5nt to it for: firmness snJ serxico w'nii:!. j unspotted character, of pure morality of undoubted new p1attirrn. It mtvt s.ceuaityrepui'we ft.
Can oe hero doubt the d.irgerons ttn.lencv j racy will not rescue it. 'Ihe 1 one and the the America. party, we wL>!i it distinctly vn Q,
will carry the coantry s..fi-ly throngli! tho t-i-j: r.iy ttlenfs. Ho has already deserved it it w>uJ! ii"tcnrnr a Tng1 nngtT] linjWlieret,
of the jiiiiH-iplt's upon which! tho new ] i/lhtT, sppiintcly: or to el'ier, may do their tlcr&Mtl! that we maintain: the right of every Southern Jaaoemt-e AmfricaiwSiin neither
sis. Seeing that tho daj- of its hivjjest t'utv i well of his country, and we hare the amples' ttudon
Uc-publica-i! ;urty Ei.ir.d'5 ? To say no more oftho I worst i'i! stri'-ii'i' !; to de-troy the fivoiiie p-nty i-iiLcn() the iUl, free and unrestrained exer- the pint farm nor apport'ih'eapdiddle,
had ct'Han.' that! of sifting evidence of his firm and ur&hakeablo attach-
years jrocLsshfll error v.'l :i-! l.ol Soulhcrn j.l.ivownorsto I ioftlie pe >rln, the old democratic ju ty. They ci'e 01 his: ov n uligious opinions- and worThh Xo SooUi'-rn American can euecufufly Jefeod the
!left impised upon it mainly tie! responlbilities j meet to our Union. What mine is more "
1 form.
cites" boihoi 1iviil bat thems Ivc. That such sl1ij'. plat
be a privilogcd ucii'p: to : : dt'stroy nj. ?
Millard Fillmore
of meeting r.n-i wauiisig o.T the i.n; i ipemii'ig unspotted than that of
dnngeaul: 'va2 n3:1 that! ncl-.ulh-j! of an alleged evil pov/cr, and to be denied the i bo the consnmnntion, 1 keiieve to l b deman : si'SJi roftcued materially tha broad (Applause.) Under such a standard bearer Mr. Pike has published a lengthy commq.nlcation .

s'.audii.g its jres--tiv&ILlty! to the South, ; cqunl rights it claims! in territo.ic-3: belonging tied by every j'lit' asjtiration of .1 t.uo: pat!i. a.J sweet:iiig protcri/.i.jii; : of the 8th section none need to blush to serve. Your candidate filing hot shot! info the Philadelphia*

which at every turn is shown to bo the one: to ;;.11 tin? States, who can: question: that thi* ('tiSYI. put forth by the National Council ; but-and for Vice President I have known from humbug Convention, Inch we design placing

IZrtt first demand o'f ihs times:, there wee: error if pulled to practical operation will be -a:1c alas that there should be buh-before youth. He was an orphan boy. If not the before our readers M an extinguisher cpon
fatal the and of Union any
Amiiztn toi pt! whh L as nothing : to pea--e piosptMity our : onnuiLT son Andrew Jackson, he was reared by the fallacious reasoning! contained in. the letter
? Intol.'iancc of Southern domestic po'i- | ) the speech of Gov. Call at Baltimore, and
i.) the seae no' 1laiiein"pn1ic diiTerenc.'s, Old! Hickory (terrific npphusp) and well does under consideration.
-an: intolerance! that the Constitution it-elf which below from the Baltimore
ty vfc give ,
rasiiJg te arm to strike down-te dfl1O- ---w- ------ ----- -----------w-- he do credit to his training. I have known
was too unenlightened: to sanction; -m.ie! ALLAUASSI: :: : of the ith! ult. all doubt delusion -u
cratic party, thus inf.irmed! and thus i.nr.res; Clipper or Mr. Donelson for more than !twenty five
bo.nehlc! it breathes i.i swamp ana Lands.
eJ, to siy nothing! of lu! instincts aLl 1 tin* oily: prejudice asii -- as to \\hr.t the Tail.ilmsscc Regular Meeting" years, anti I tell you that .belter. educated, ureraoyrea
: worJ i ; lj-jt when -hikes for the- sceptre Saturday. April! 5, 1S3G.SlaJcs The med communication
duties of stlf-dcf Bilf talented courteous we receimlfrom
nee am preservattuji, it bo / more more more p-itriot-
meant by w Kuing to dis'iineilifjm*
an.l shrill lave ie1 it to be used with roy.t!
CrttiM not snfelv do otherwis-! lb! : : (!() nudmaiiitain i;: ic or braver gentleman does not walk this the Executive Department,. -containing
i'.iv.mity' ; its giii: wi'.l: l be the miihly loss of; Un1ttI Ccurf.We tUrslooJ that \\e (tliey) maintain the light of
the p.:>sition upon which it .ct1 i ii: continent.The information which will be interesting to
this proud AmerL?. Knowing this, the Democratic citizen to the full free and unrestrained S oafFlorid.i
of th House. It every ten tribute
tie orgin'zation was i e I U-nrn that thc United SLitcs Citricl Speaker paU an eloquent
readers who will withhold
could but itself in
rot firm a
cssary ihnl it should ttand where it ili 1 ill itt'e party plant Court for the northern! dhtiict of Flcrid.i uscrche of his own religious opinions andvvorsl.ii to the merchnnts of Baltimore, and the evidence just
to show its undaunted : I of the valuable
position purpose to "' appreciation services whicli!
country might see her eLI st.ir of hop"Bti'.l >, like of their and intelligence in the
passes away "morning'singed energy
meet n first or an ,' future onset. Jut the di have ben rendered
shiningTrom its fixed home, and, t'louuh! dream building in which they wore then assembled.In so promptly by Commis.ioncr .
iinctive of the American it exposing once more to our view religious -
dimmed for a tme by the hizes of curtli! t>}iining ; principles paily: in May next, cnsueing, Judge McQueenMclnto&h : the course of which our clippers and railroads .- Hendricks, and his official euhordy.
No subvcrfri of and in all its naked and revolting
a regards as right justice.
with a lustre inextinguishable. It was presiding. came in for a share of praise. nates, in the liberal adjustment
When in the Constitution that oiourSnarnpLand
necessary that it should! btamlIicr,' it did we see no religious -- deforir.ity! stiij.t of every particle of that One word more, aid he, and I am done.In .

thai the country might see her (died defender test thai! ever bo required as a qualification Mr. Maxwell's Speech. ornate draneiy with which the Governor's the dispensations of Divine Providence, matters. -
to ofHce trust under the
of all constitutional right, feares! imiipvablo. United States any," we condemn or; public the which We talie greet pleasure ii: lading before classic: taste so often adorned his subjects Mr. Chaiiinan, our highest blessings a-me GE.NKRXI.: LA H OFFICB,
and confident, repelling assnults lif th? from above, and you have douo well to suspend March 10th, 1850.Hoy. .
in the 8th section of its platform leads us to our readers, in this issue, the truly able aid: lie was delegated by the regular meeting"to the D. L. YCLEII, U. S. Senate
rear, and bravely! resisting every charge ol over us American flag. May Llessi.ngs I ,
the greater foces upon the front. understand that those professing the Roman nnanswera'ile! } Speech dtlivered by tIe IIn.. represent Know Nothingism as expounded descend from it upon us. Gov. Call I Sir:-In reference to the: punted copy of

"I repent here, sits, what I said in an early Catholic religion shall not have the benefit of A. E. Max tl1 i.i the city of Pensacola, on iti FlorIda, to the Philadelphia Convention ; I then concluded with an apostrophe to the I the resolutiors i in: re'ati'.n to "Swamp and

paiL of my remaiks-that I rega-ded devotion exemption man is fiom entitled such-liberty a test. of Holding conscience that ; the 522nd Fein nary last. It would have appeared and we do but simple justice to his acknowledged ladies, which was received with three tremendous Overflowed Linda," passed by the Legislature
- lo my paity? in the contest throughvbici abilities to concede that he eaccw/cJ cheers. of the State of Florida, and ayprored
and liberty of worslip, and that hi3 free oxer- earlier, bat for the unusual; pressure by the Governor, 1 would call attention.

we have gone Washington, as, un- else of these, however erroneous in the opinion of business in our ofiice for the few his trust as well! as could have been expected. your
past that
tier the circumstances and facts which dicta The State of Xicarangaa. to the fact out of about ten millions of,
of others may be his form of religion, weeks which its until The following touching and eloquent compliment selected for the State of Florida
ted the true lino of daty, b'Jt the bet nio'c I prevented publication From all we can gather from public source acres oveVfive
should not affect his political rights, and that I his Catholic friends beautiful millions and half rf have
L ( showing a genuine devotion lo : to as as I a acres been
my country the Constitution violated when those rights DOW. <>, this dh Lion of Central America is ra- !
There were no authoritative voices, like! thos it is truthful, and as theologically as historically : ;-ilready approved and certified the State/
are touched for such cause, there was in the pidly expanding in population, and resources '
to which! much i is often accorded John \ old and and are now being examined which embrace
potency V.IgyIC'1 an grea ly respected correct, is doubtless a fair examjlcof
oppojsing view, ns applied fo Catholics, a perniciojs of character, under the remarkable su-1 the of the remainder.
part Ty
the the every jjreater
by public men now on stagc.of action evil threatening all religious liberty citizen, tL'd at his residence in this City the Governor's expositions of catholicity :
: to call us to better ways of action, if i perir.tcnding genius of that man of destiny, post these selections inizr, tract books, t,
which could not bi overlooked. on the yOth tilt. '* The Catholic foreigner comes here, stays sift the
out connections from
existed than tlio< fallowed. In default arting sales, locations
any e we ( en. Wm. W.nlker. Since his arrival in that |
Still further than the wiser --
this t.iine party, the term prescribed by Jaw and takes the oath private claims and reservations to
of such I could but heaiken the ;
wisdom, the united, council, and the reasonaMe than the Constitution, which excluded foreign The announcement that Gov. Brnome l lift to support the laws and the Constitution oltiiis country, his conduct has been marked by con-i prepare lists for approval and examine tha

born citizens from no office but that of Pi evident this city on Monday last for Washington, to countrv : but is that oath obligatory upon summate tact bravery and statesmanship.i same with the official pfats of to*
: injunctions of the party which has doneso v *- survey;_
; much, as shown by the! brief review I ,has grounded itself upon a principle which tJace In provria persona before the \Var D<-- iii-n: ? i\o. The Priest and the Pope have \Ve are not apprised hia'h.iring made a compute the areas, and prepare copies foV

: have taken, to deserve and to gain the public would exclude such frcm all office Fitness partment a comprehetitito ttatement of the the: power to pardon sin and to pardon the infraction solitary false step. True to himself, to hU transmission, is a work requiring time and -
shall plead nothing theirfavor. Theirpati iotic of this oath but the to I
; allegiance I attention and well ofthe
as are all
confidence liut this I would you aware,
saving not who invited him thither
the bod-rsof Florida those
Indian diiliculliesiil.in : obligations to ,
service shall bring no gratitude.A Mother Church
encouraging and the Le
fnrve it I would! in thy Pope Holy t available force of this office has been for
supposed, frrely as join
high cidogiums of the immortal trio of states ready devotion to every interest and to the we doubt not wU meet with general acceptance never can abjure. This, his duty to Ins to the calls patriotism, duty and humanity, some lime past engaged upon it. v

'- men, 'bi-Jonging to a day but recently past, honor of our country, shall find no generous throughout the State. A multiply church, is the paramount law and obligation he has succeeded in winning the confidence I will further state, that, yielding to fro.

thit Mlwjwsive deference to their call, had rewar.l. In the religious test, and in this ing and spiiitcd correspondence with the upon the conscience of the foreign Catholic of the citizens of the country, while the attachmcnt quent solicitations upon this, Lnsiness of

: they been amonj us, would have been more coupled with a purpose to deny even the first Authorities at Washington, progressive ever Thus there is a foreign power living and movir.g and admiration of his soldiers, as equal, perhaps of greater importance beforf'
privileges of citizenship until after a much the bounds of
withing our own country that branch of thps office
proper, or positively adirsable. residence than since the belligerent indication: by the reported, know no limits. Every department baring charge
longer was required by our the battle of the revolution
-remembWthe -
While I accord to each of that trio all the the Swamp lands, bis been laid aside in order \
: fathers, the Democratic parry saw an intolerance India:**, having resulted in nothing satisfactory liberties so bravely! achieved. of business is imp-oving. In the towns, activity to act the Florida liits this is
homage due to super-eminent greatness, and upon es>
; an illiberality, an injustice and a wide the Executive the immediately Will them sacrificed } tumultuous has taken the of dullness and
,- in a deep spirit of regret for their loss from to or people you see ( place animation pecialjy the case inr regard'to the adjustment

the stage of ptftiticul action, where now departure which from it the called true spirit of our institutions interest, accotmta for the determination hon's( of No, No."), that oftropical listlessness. The con of the Act of 2nd"of March; 1855, in those
to and
,. there is unusual demand for Clays, Calhouns vent., It preferred was to hold fast oppose that idea pre of of his Excellency to visit the Federal What a striking commentary upon the tinual arrival of experienced and hardy emigrants States whose selections under the Act o?

and Webster*, -gather from their care-rand the Declaration of Independence which pro Capitol inspired with the hope thnt the-facts, powers of the" Holy Mother Church" True from California and the Atlantic States, 28th September,. 1830, werq ntarlV fompf)

services other lessens than that wi.ich seems claimed of the acts to define and solicitations which have already it docs not exactly harmonize with her history, life ted before any; considerable portion of iS.
: have itself the minds of as one a tyrant arguments adds fresh and vigor to the country, selections for the State of .Florida bad been
to impressed "
upon that he had endeavoured to prevent sustained his her teachings, the expositions of her Cardi-
whom we hear speaking of (hem. To been by presence strength to the Government and stability to made or reported1.

4 I be many splendid s'atesrnensplendid leaders of par the population obstructing of the these laws States for naturalization; for that purpose of to meet and remove preconceived and tup- mils, priebis or universities ; true it is directly its institutions; and as this emigration, owing Wilh great respect Your Ob't. SerVt.

ty, or to ba able to bid party forth at a word, foreigners, (and) refusing to pass others to encourage posed difficu'ties, will result in an arrangement the reverse of them all, nor does it entirely accord to the great natural gifts of the region, the THOU A. HENDRICKS,

was not enough to gain for them the whole their migration hither." If the fat- for the immediate reception of volun with the conduct of those Catholic for remarkable stores of mineral wealth which J Comaunoner.

: confidence' of tha American people. It is that frankly put forth a declaration of itf teeN, and in such numbers as may bo sufh eigners" of Maryland, who first upon this con are known to be hidden in the soil, and the 2 -
.: true, that wjicn in some crisis, startling* the The Seizure of- Sharpens Rifles *f tie
duties in this of such
particular, was importance tine- t established true religious freedom nor
from its they met the behests dent for the removal or destruction of the fine inducements held out, will continue to
f country repose,
that any agreeing in stern opposition MfssouThns.Wo .
conduct of those other Catholic foreigners
with the
of the popular heart by pointing out the way to Republicans, were repelled thereby from enemy. go on in a rapidly augmenting stream for

.: of escape and safety, and thus displaying making common cause with it, they could bu Should the Governor fail however, to attain who composed jover three-'ifths of the years to come,
along with their superior endowments theii be Ift to their independence. The position the objects ef his visit, it is confidently rank and file at Palo Alto, and Rcsaca, and prophecy to tell of the surpassing wealth and ( seizure of a number Sharpe's rifles and

higher gift of patriotism, which ia ordinary we were to take was known before we went' expected that.the necessity will aiise for an fought very respectably though they knew prosperity to be possessed and enjoyed ,by cannon being by the conveyed Missourians through, while that the State anna to
: times was' over! >olced or forgotten, they were
the The raised to mark
? could acquire such control for a season as top that to Capitol. the flag flag we by extra Session of the Legislature, to proidetho that every ball they eped was against a Catholic that famed land ere long. Success to Gen. Kansas An extra of the Westport BorderTimes t
position, was given us our
tfiape the general \vill to theirs. Hut, though people ; and if its folds were emblems pecuniary means for the vigorous prose heart. \\hatofaJltlus ? Has not Walker and his brave companions, who are for a copy of which we are Indebted
trusted and honored, party was foo strong reminding us that we had to meet other opponents cution of the war upon the St.-ite'svresponsi. the Governor passed the last thirty 3ears in thus perilling life and property in the philanthropin to Joux G. STARK,'Esq., formerly of Savannah -

; even for them It only yielded freely to as well as Republicans, the duty could bility,- holding the General Government liable Florida i Did he not see the territory of foreign effort, to plarft enlightened liberty and now in Kansas, contains tb!!,proceed
of the board
I their guidance when its own .convictions not be avoided. Wo were to guard with un- Catholics transferred to us by Spain, ings raeetingfof enger on
for an amount of indemnity sufficient to cdv.er Christianity in that strange and distant land. the steambpat Arabia by whom the arms
.t staggered or broken by unforeseen dif ,
were resting vigilance against every infraction of and don't he know what in Florida
ficulties. While! those convictions were stead the Constitution whether threatened the expenses incurred thereby. As alleged Catholics were seized, and also the letter which led to

; fast, no giant leader could draw it aside.- or another., by one in our last issue, the State h without mone\ ux I Of course he does. Peace In Europe. their discovery. It sooms that an fadhidoal

Impatience of individual domination, as acharaeteristk.of party in her coffers to sustain the operations of -That admonition to remember the battle The London Post of March 12th, says, who signs himself Start alias Zfoyf-was tbo
Then, fellow ci'izen: I submit that
our people, was never more democratic party, considering its i.igler du- war ; and tho notorious: inability to negotiate fields of the Revolution and the liberties they that peace is regarded as a certain isuo of agent in charge of ihe rifles cannon, &o. Bo
had taken with his" board
exhibited than in the fact that such passage- goods"on
strongly ties and for the Bonds at schieved, was rhetorical, but a little itnpoli- the Conference. All matters of principle itis
9 men, who stood aloft without fear in intellectual obligations, justified courfe six per cent State par, as contemplated the steamer, wherYby some 'accident be lost
were not permitted to take it pursued, for the tenacity with which it held in the Act providing for the removal tic ; for how can we recall them without recalling confidently asserted, will have-been finally n lottnr xvliii i Kn hltA writton linm itnd (

4 power together as a party, and for its refusal to aid honoring and cherishing iu our before the end of the month. which 'icked oeoftI
the crowning reward of their ambition.J .- of the Indians, are circumstances imperative grate arranged was j up by some
maioritVtf whose aims it regards dan.gerousy
h; we say mat iiws oui J proves tns per the r aggressive> sacred rights as in- in their operation, and will admit of the ful hearts the memories of the heroic dead- An order to suspend hostilities: had.been passengers. Tbe letter is as follows-* '
.- --versenesa bad tyranny of''party f To mj perfecting an organization. Lt me say further adoption of no other remedy than that, which, among those same Catholic foreigners" who brwarded to Omer Pasha and Selim Pacha Sr. Louis", *' -
its Sunday, March 2d, 1850. f
mind it rather independence-
while, that independence-proves is exercised to; that Idoubtnotthisviewwillenterinto the can only be provided by the General Assembly. wherever on land or sea wo placed a gun or Omer had arrived at Trebizond, on his way DEAR MOTHEB- :-T*rriedhere Wednesday

$ political end, wherefofe should it be con proper minds of the people in their next enquiry as It is not a violent presumption, that reared a standard, coined their heart's blood to Constantinople to give an account of his last, safely, and only tired with .travel

1 e '? demned Party is bat the exponent oft to the conduct will redeem nnd claims the of parties,from and with the assistance of our Congressional to achieve those liberties ?1" Montgomery conduct. and loss of sleep. All the j'part j of 6 are

; > -principles common to'those who constitute the that.they shame under which it government now lies, in its reptesentation, something will be done at the noble fellow, in whose praise nothing new well ; 2 have gone.to Kansas by ,sta$*, bj

I ir; Those principles may b.s instilled and Representative branch, :ty u decision"sanctioning Washington to avert the financial exigency, can be said-was one of them ; and if tb6 The Albany Daily State Register,in dimin- whom I haw sent portions -of each *.-
diffused by the Lbor of great minds, but shed from and handsomer The unexpected and :nuddeabreaking<>
.and confirming thai view. For one ef the departed dead bopennitted to appearance,comes
.1 which will be consequent another extra spirit revisit
El- iietheyget- their hold the great minds upon the Missouri harqimplifledtm .fate* opera-
I: have everyconfldence that our course there the scenes of their, earthly career with out an independent Know Nothing sheet, J
of the for bal Several
r fa! >e given oat a-power which they -mu.ttbemselvlM Session Legislature. tiofl5flnd1thaUwaii j> *
will-receive their approving judgment Upon A. Scovill editor and S.. H. Hamnond
obey. That power shapes itself what mingled emotions surprise, curiosity, ve preparing 90 00 la a few days, less

t.. into party speaks through the voice-of party, that course their, and decision upon will the question be awaited of responsibility with "Ivauhoe," the'Washington correspondent pity and contempt would his generous Irish editor. Mr. Scovillo'a introductory wait here seve'rat days4 for boa ;; and then -

aod, according to the measure of ita t strength undoubting, security.- I fear not. tbst-rthey of The Charleston"Standard, Bays'The; re- heart, (if ghosts have any,) be moved to hear announces that he was'a Hard Shell Democrat arrive in Kans&a e*rOer aad mcwsa r/of

$ I ..CbCk$4r..COutrOl3 public policyPopula'r wilI.refuseto--Butaln the ,old party* which port of Senator Douglas.from :the Senatorial the battle fields of iho Revolution" invoked before he became a KnoVNothing," than I could byJtrwt Ibear baV little
is ddawon'if this be not the Kansas here not much t&aitiH**&'
e ; more
.goTarmoent ,bave much honored for is the most which We take liberty to 'dotibi His shell .
r oocrect-ti, and -becomes the tool of '
niaa'2l|or sso a rudderlesj anarchy. ;-for its skill in tbe selection-'and execri- he session. Upward lof two hundred thousand the foreign Catholics., could not have'been very nxso'if softened ; : -

; 1 .4eufudiat my-pride as> nn American the ion maintenance of/good policy of, and'for.everyright if s. devotion under the copies Tiaye been ordored'by members for ciruIAtiflL General Call, of Florida,'was announced, o easily Into Know Nothi gfsrn. Heft avow* .1I1iiwiai,.12ivr; ;

-1 -eitizenTia-tbe. great.- tatesmen :of whom I titution nd which they bare long : 'It is'an able, full and correct expose and greeted with ronising'cheerie. determination to fight this thing'.out, and orni';M3it! 186&
con ; pre.
-- peak drnotra1unthe-! ,which Ihaw served and preferred forihe country's sake ; of the whole subject arguing fairly every My fellow-citizens of-Baltimore thank iclp. beat -FUIraore. Poor FHlrhore is not *xoeethly cold diugre

- -" "bttrdethers refer as 4 distinguishing or that they Jwill permit It to be cnz&bedbe.i Issue in the'ease, afld"showing- the, Con stitu. you_ from my he"art- for be kindness of this worth the trouble ; Tie is already dead beat ble7 abeni4IT4 bat fa1fng
intonJt4ication sti-eat
parties, tween the aod nether-stone of Jlepubidanism reception, bIt is no more than11 might have -- -
upper Territories. -
_ Trum-
ionaT wer Judgo
-tzlstcrie rj t1Jtl.fifld.fl of AmericaDltm., power expected of the warm-hearted citizens of Bal Kf writing iatb* 7J pasnger*
n4 :
- :> r .Wrought .as iIdmeyhs m *:<;cronpxion -
n>Uw vpeofJe wbicfe'would mil mnde a1oig Bpeecb in which be attemp.d&i '
lint Ian-t': froiii -the far Sooth"from
bare been re. ; Union
they bytibeVlong saspeusioq.oflegWAtIvetU.DetiOflS.tO with the
Waihington ,"Judge Nichol
c4 -- ikik itaiUIiwo1r! nt U4o ttirnfI crtdcisucn thUreporJi and wmed consis a of low5 ia
... vsense of.the.ioade.4n&cy'x a Florida, Bi.t I anfhot bere iff citizen of,
-- Hating purchased his entire interest l in the tberare 4sg'wed'fs
on do not snspeei enterUIut
-- -: >f<4fee e new!parties 4o manage public Jow at hU distinguished ,- fell "Florida but asa n) mberf the great American -.'?"*. *ftS aodtalidan'd
ln *
- -j 4c or iflairs, lb:.y wlU- rnptizs,1cionit t Hi Art.? :" -; '- % I ptrty. The tune oar eomf- when5 the Ne.ppvtabI.hmenV
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wI I *onfi*!ent, ; n to would ehoraenit* in part: '" + ?*. i : : ; '! Theet.-.pT 1b $ EJAit-aD EduANo5RnG1l: :" {theintge't! ** moat

: -t-cv1't lc Con, -Plain imd'ftnirr Dress**;Robe*.SntmtKr funUllCollars. Coffee : -;.-. .-.- .'. loiIOO: ::114.'. .per 1kRie : :
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r> Molas.Beaws'.- ... .. "O.WMtgfcla.. ..perjral.ffM 'r I .*
Trhnn fi -
gR.fiheVtmjr etr. rt Clothing
:: wiL* iiath car- description for Gentlemen and Hats .. .. .. bo h.. ..per bush.2nW AND"
::: y.gnE: be Boot, Shoes. Cap etc etc; GroctrfcFftsuch and Vintr. ... .. 0 Yjrala. ->. .per gaL : ..

joddft.iv and Apple BtndtA OM Ptrt.' MaRIe ra. Sherry. LiKwiarvd trIed-pples-- .80.0Ibe; ..per b.

river U in e meeting Champaenp,Burgundy awl Hock Wints,ConTwU; ,-.. .4 .. l5O.OOO1b..per1b. They hare ever braogbrtalhi* Market- to which s& 'wish todl .tl

ariM>n the first y in Syrnps. Cnndiea. Sonps, etc, etc.'aim, srenefnl/ astortmrnt Tbe( -
of. TIardwarei "Cruokery .>id Glass Ware, diminished as the sprVJce may)nerenftef require. The .
\ry behind Us, Chain Pnmps ic. 4<:: Priciea as osuaL rery low fontracts will therefore be nwd ;Vmt for Specific qunn- 1S-t 1 ;? --L '
mtitieation) by I uould lie nf those who barn 'nejjlecteil to call tithes, bat fir'snch: quantities aa the Remee may require -

vfctte the : and settle their lasf J-ear'A fin'd'prevfous accounts not to'be iTeliverea at those nnyy-yarda respectirelv. STOClCenabniM*. M *H1 b* e ibT refefMKH* to -* -fc -- ; th.IIte4

; perils to to delay lohgef.' "My profJfa irtll not justify such lens Contractors not residing" at the filairai where iMtvcriej .n.Md tTla.>f LADIE1 AND UESre DREaS GOODS, GOOOT.

rrndits. To onaWe me to keep up my own
:-. riediuun. $ tnun hare prHir.ra payments r.fter'thu close of each Unit novietiy may arise in fumi hng what mny gikLst-Berftge; aC.-s11 ne'I F Do ( &Shoe*. ,
af the Itscrmri otlierwioo I to inconvenienceand be required and when acontrnctor fails promptly .'
year nin xibjictod pvat : I land in the test styles vf the *** tiIwfjich sM&iw
the Free Staty expeuse. I hope this appeal will not ba i iu vnu. conplwith n reqiiisitiiMt, the Cliief iSfn'Bnrpati of andHnrt SakLneri'A. we-wHl Ixpletistd'.tuexliibu'at fiw ;
Provision and Clothing shll be ncthonzed to direct Maltese Honitort. ipperi and Pant i.tafll&itk.
I & ) THOMAS UAYWARD. nwicnn. Saxony. all tnnci .
eeriilitd nt ( riTTS- Aprils, 1856.' ; 14 ptirchasesxto be may to supply the rleficietiry, tinker Valonciennesi,English Thread,real bd and.tises, fur ,UcoU.,. ,C4il-
) the penalty to l bc expressed in the contract the record Plait ami Hrus: el* Laeets.Embroiderlea. I Ladies drtn

i1i4.they did "ATWOOO of n requisition,r>r a duplicate copy thereof at &c. j Upward of 100 Robs Dreetes Matting, ;Qil Cloth, &p.
y 4 S 0 White, and
affiit- S uhas.. Mimi I. Jaeonc', Cambric quarter
fd until wimmcr the navv-ynrils aforesaid shall beerhlenee that anch Fancy Colored Silks,fyr sumrofrI '
tdin:; session induc PRACTICAL GUN-MAKERS. requisition has been tmde and received. amid Diirity Band JvLc'mjj. Inserting I wear, Grenadine Piinted' Sntni, Ci4iflttI tt1n4nf'6 qoart.rOil
cloth tor6.wpv andtable Stair
to the dis Sejw rate'offers must IKS made f : Jhhh-and HAVING established themselves permanently in cash of ihe aforesaid navy yards; and in case more Embroidered and Hemstiched Liu ''Silk Bvrnifo, Canton and Niuikwail Linen and Cit e1nhpIahieamIMgM'Oiled

<: in the end. certain in they would of7i their services to thin one article is contained in the offer, the Chief of en Cambric Hiutdfeercbi Embroidered -;Crpe White anti Unbred ChalljeM Curtain,gilt ooroiets,.Cnrtam

It is : ; Atnerican the Citizens of :FlnjMa! ; and the surrounding States for the Bureau will have the riaht to accept.one or more Book Cap and Basques. ,Orgnudi 4. Printed Jacunetus. Em- baudnJ,4e1 -

- back St. by the manufacture: of Double! barrelkil Slu.tGuns, Ri of the articles contained in such offer, and reject the Collars Sleeve's, dtc. bruidvml Swi*. Chintz riHLiuts.' CrockerT.. .
- ; flea and }'jt'l4.l w hii-h they warrant to to qua! to remtindir; rind bidders whose proposal are accepted best Fiinoy'Liaew, ialeiniwiu.. Pan J Jcy Real CUia; Wre. ''Irvn Stone
Twill { sai svlrction of the -
* goods. any mnde. All kinds of repaitin done in a neal'and; (itn-l none others) will be forthwith notified, and r.. A very lane Mnslina and! Ginghams Ptftid. China. Plain RInss Wrtrc. FrercUW
information to ( tender \forkmanlikemannerand\vithnut doay.! n all woikis early ns practicable n contract will be transmitted ti. stales uf Houhnn. Mullese. Valeti triped and Plain Jac net,Catntbrie.
C War, Stunu Wat
ro, > .
Kenl Plait Brussels njmoQ ,, ?
dare trust the' an I sub. done at the time wiien promised. Our iiicmi.itmht them for execution; which contract must be returned eirnnca. giid Swig!*. TurlfbM Na.jii-wok. JIiiH tc. v *
rffft tot'' target f hooting, mndc to order an-) to th Bureau within ten exclusive of th time Lace Collars nnd 2fts. English, I
dny, iwd Paris Mtihins. Itvlii Twilled
l !
of F. -A suc : { ; Hwe .
: to err*, Embrtjideml : --
Scutch. Irijih and French 4
warranted to shoot with from 100 to 440
precision required for the! regular transmisi-ionYif, the mail. Long Cloth her in iH-nneC'Conl-
: St. Louis does not 'if the Rifle Unaroa llutiseAfrilS Olhm and STeevi. White 40 Wfn Poffcet ttT.;
I yard Shop, Sign Two * I was ek-ctf 1856. 14-Cra the estimated amount of lb
cr Mr. Marioli. : : nor __ be irquin1'! and twenty per centum in addition will Veils. line SJIkn. Silk .uehes. Aiuericjo. nnd bohtofahl) | \\ kirnto.-AtJjr..,

| interesting t tendoreft Notice to Contractors.OrncE he withheld from the amount of all payments on account Lore Yeib, White Dt-ac.k an.! English and French F.iucy 1'iitiU, Film, Cbi.td-s.Dritw Knites, FIuw..

. Yours have been or THE PK.v ArctA _ Err.lnvMeredLuce" ttc.tc. Gust' and Wrought Hinge, Bliixl-
ewe i ha! performance, and not in any event to be p-id do. Silk Xett and Goods.White. ?.istn'JrsBtod! Axes, Chop Axr.k
; Tallahassee. March 29! C850. ) Bvrage Gents Dress .
Prop-isjds; nro )hereby invited, f>r con until it i is in all respoth complied with ; eighty per for do. Spring Bahiices' ',Waiterf.Tea Trnyi
A-.meeJinJr Da. XTj j SEALED himr and auctions pcnfum of the amount of all deliveries made will b<- Colored nd Plu'r.l Linen Trace Htl'rrs: iUKt HftU tlaiiwWiird
clearing. jfru'>
ealle! f grading piidby then-ivy ng-Mit within;; thiity days after bills. Fashionable Bonnets. Drill", French Doe Skin and Black Hobo HooV. Shovels aming
to take.t : j tired Vv of the Peiisac ila iil i (Juor la Rail: Road numbering
the facts ili clf from IS to 36 inclusive, embrncin the entire tuy! authenticated shall have been pn% >nfed to him. Tri'nmed anti u:>tnrnm.- : CtuityofJtfftrtii. (
; Vcr- he 1 liIf..rin.s nf propii3ils: may be <>'"taitie 1 on np fri'isdi Law. English Strjw. Bon! J JLf.ee Drnp (1.! ;' Etc superior French clt. Wheels Patent 'Sail Irod.
to 22
ing bfing il'Lune's opej'f.lulhe tiy; ( April.- Lction Colored BlotH! !Italian Cloth, Sixnmer Cl-'th?, &,f.f I'ullics for WiiMl' :
C.ntrzet.rs! \\ ill htate the at which ihev arf to the nivv nger.t nt Portn ooth, N -\vIi Lace atH H.iir. >WR. sa.4icu41

anti t *res'jlu'ious* I'illh, Trilling: : to im.-lertnkc ihdHroik prices pay.'ib'.e in CBS'I' Coun iI-urupcl.iro.! -t'-n. New York, Philadelphia. flail i hair, Straw and Hair. Befcrad! an'I l i iRutland. Dry Goods. 'Cotton nnd Mnni'.la! Koiie. Hori:

Whereas, n } tv Bon !h4 Stock c.f the more, ru3.iugt! l orfi>lk, PeiiaACoIa, and at this Ea- L-tce: an 1 Straw Hats. lsQ Nails, Cothn. Wdol an.I
jVj<- or Coinp.iiiy or whatp.irt n Curtnin Damnrf', Tinkry ited.
lliosos Triuimed .Pedul II.is and Horse C'nnl-Curry ComJ*. \V'rT,llr
this steamboat : l iflimmatorv : C.isl, B nids and Sluck. Prints. Furniture Dim!
: 7 E. 0. CABSLL rrctlJrtii.; A rcror.i or dtiplicr.te of 'he letter infiirmia a bid Bloomers. Infants Lace and Straw uHuruef Stable Fork. Gisr-
i.s Kinhroiiler.nl Skill Orsc* doCorsetts
EROS. her ft the acceptance of his proporal will bn deemed Trimmed Hats. |! len IIix-s and RtkeVreiKli: '
April Zi, 1S56. 11 Murvtti. Irl-h Linen, Ljn t,
fact that J Hati-hets Ifaniirurt.! Urnca'tiul
and a U'i id5iti-: th?retf. within the inesnm of-the net of Trim- uIW8. ,
Ribbons .
linarcl destind ( ISI'i. und l.iIi;.] will be made and acceptvd iu con- j enTaWe Dinumek. D.imnsk Dt'jiies. Uitts, Spirit Ltvet! 8t.cL ami
NAVY SUPLiES-i86-57. &c. | Luff Xctta, >nini ci
ratings Xlnsqutto
Die -
laxv'ul nnd f>mv.ty with! ti! s understanJing. *
10 .
j Toilet! C .veri>, Table Stnnc! .
Every o.Ter made: must be aeenmpin.mt J dircctnda Anice assortment ofllic'i' B"ii- ; -ALSO--- :
we deem it oar ] NAVY iml Piano Furniture Fringe,
DEPAKT.vr.XT. tie! act of CunjcreSH making npprftpriation for the net and Sash Ribbons, of the very :: Covers Fnn Mills. Cum Slu-llarf. Straw
Stat-s, to give ; Bureau of Provisions awl CIohinjr; riVhl service fcr ICth lar. collection of and Lhcw. I4iay Linfn. Bird Eye '
1843-47, approved Augu. newest styles, a e sioa of .ill March IT, l6. I816.1iwritltvj signed fashionable Spnug and Summer I Diaper. Linen and Cotton Toweling.
guarantee, by one or more awl SpnJriR Koactaud Oar-
tending lo the I. 0.0.F SEPARATE PROPOSALS pv-d! n.,1] en.lorifd rceponjhle person. to the effect that he or they unlertakcf Trimmings aUEJ n *ottineiit f l 11 Bleached( Shirting arid Sliecings( ten \VLMIhrruwa; Seel Ilrifi*:

ministration of reii- : | f.'i r Navy Supplies," w.ll Le received that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their Tuff, Satin and Cap Ribbons.' "Cord i Linen Sheetng"! Pillow CaseCut- jcvthf, ScktesCmiii ..Crtidki.jmitliH .-

attliis Bureau rntil 5 o'clock, A. M.. on S.ittnl.iy, the! 1ili be Sccijitcd.nUr into an obHgatiiid! within five and Ta'.e!. Elastic'B lt .. Ile.id ton no 1 Linen. Bleached 4enmi4 ; BcUoQK, Auvilt and Vices,

therefore be if.' '19th d.jy .>f April next for furniahinjj: .ITJ-! dehverinj; J.iye. wills good and sr.fficient surctie.s ti< furnish (he Pre 'e:<, Kinbroidfring Silk, Frtwh I ApfonCiivcks, white sn-l BrcwiLilland4. res aid: Shot Guns' xil! a

1. .Sesolvcd, from (on rci.'fiv5'.5j; ten days' notice except for biscuit, for upp'lt-s j,i |io! anti Inestk
Brown Drill )
ronmiit: of brother which five Jsys'jiotjoe eJiall) : he given f.r cv-rv twenty to c .: i.t-ruiy proposal unless Rccoiupanid by the French }1vw' *, Jet, Wreaths, : 'ten; FlnnneU Twilled B.ug.Itmg. < War. Ac. ". t" .
Bed TickhiL'
boat for tho : : ( thousand pounds required) at tha Uuitt-.l Slatecin guarantee require i bv law ; the compettTity <.f the Tubs,
and h .' rtliat vy-yirdb,at Charleston n. Maacni8otts! ; Biokyn.! guarantee _to be ccrtiii by the nivy agent district Fans, Parasols, &c*. ; together"nith over VIl1ow Notions,
arms mournful New Voi k. and Tospirt. Virginia, such qnmtitiea mily attorney, or collector of the customs.J 500 Pieces | -

boird r < r- J- The attention of bi.fJers is called to the samples A very pretty selection of Fnn \meri m and Ft each Cottona-le.! Shell Ivory and Horn Coml.

2. Resolved, l lored from the contractors by the chief of this bureau.or a.i.l; ile-scriptiou of aili-Ies I lequired, as, iu the inpeclUm Parasols Sun Shadi and Umbrvl Jiimlettten", Plain and Stripitl Orj'labur '>rusirs! of nil kind Butt tim, N.e.lIes. -

$3OOD j Argyl;, hy the respective cnajnnuiiir.j! ofllcers of the saiil for reception, a just but ugi I compari.-un will las. s and Domestic.I aiwru Drills! hindDuck Port Monies. Paint Brushes

ers of said fctea! worthy, navy-yards, during tie fiscal year tnJiti j June 'M. je i.ia.lo between the r.rtick-s 0ciedand the sample GloTes, Hose, &.C. ic, jj'ly Brushes Culogrit., Extracts, awl/
j the suc- Le.ILviz: > til: l contraft, receiving none thiit fill below them ; and Kid Silk ani 1 i'aney Soap ant OiTs I4hng-P1fi.-
may arise from Flour, biscuit! whiskey, su ar, lea c.>IToe. lice, molasses their atten ion j* also! ]artiouiarJy dir.-cted to tfcejvintcso2utii Ladies and Gents Clothing. itcak Mallet. Ice Cream Freezen.'
Silk Mitts
its ir.- Linen Gauntlet ,
tion of said ; vinegar, |-ickrs.! Ix-nns and dried nppe!
3. Resolved, he set The flrtir shall! lw superfine and of the m-nuf.ictnre Oth Au is.t: IS 1C. Ladies Ladies Gents Black and Childww White llemseheswith! seast.nat"t. Comits, I Painted Pat I*, K
mittee of five to the great of wheat grov.-u! hi the year 1S55 or 1S56 ; but chall March 29, 1SS3. 13-lw lilack and Colored C >ttoa do. [Pants Ln.l I Vests, can select from a rubs Well Buckets. CLfldrem Wa-;
all be manufactured from heat of' the ons and Gig. Tin Chamber Sett*.
in the :u cases : crop Misses Work do., Ladies and itock containing over 700 Garment ;
amrnumtious, : to bt immediately preceding I the datts of the rrquwition 1.'r Taiiahaasee Rail Road Bonds. Gents, Silk Open and Merino Shirta. Ln- ill new and of the Litest sUlea. lame Bags, COCOA Dipper, T.rnI}'
thia! as they the same; shall be pet f:ctly sweet, and in ail re. j>ect.cf A.lso Linen Boeom ShirU, Under ;tands, Umbrella standa. Childr.o4Jlwirs. .
the pubic l as well the best quality, nnd shall be drlivered in god) Tr n.ifTrt to Capit: li.-ts nud otbors, having dies spun Silk Drivetr.' Jo Drawers C.llatrs&e. ( Tooth TJrwhes Steel ..Pecfilver */
( Crarats" Stocks and Ties. ; ,
V to invest. *75.000 in B-mJa of live
order free of all cliarcu the United States.in imswy Thimbles Gun Letter
c-s. shipping : to : Caps.
The arm* !: and Silk Pocket Ilandkerchiefa. !- Hats. ,
hundred issued Getits Linen
dollnfa each, the Tallahassee Rail
broth the be t JU'W, well season?d, oun 1, blight bxrrcln. rtjl FouUeap; P pef, TratelliTg
Committee, by < a or half barrels, as the case may be-the t>tavea and] tl4Md Co'iiftany having trr'enty yearto run, bearing 110 Dnzn Men's iudBov'.fIats.. I ha. Brittania Coffee Pots. Larga

en to the Captain j hendinijs to be of red oak of the bct Duality, strong even per cent per annum interest, payable semi an Mantles.We Fashionable S Ikj Leglmfn, Pana (Jilt Franfe Looking Glaoar 'Egxoilers.

At this stage j advance n.n.1 well hoopeil, with iiuing !j
fog angel," D. j janie whose equal in quality to s.iiie barrel tt saf.l navvy {:ink of the Repcb'.is.! New York. iful ilantfllai, Ttilmsa and Scarfs, Plain aud Fancy Pulra Lent Japaued Bath, &&, 4<.
The Company arc re living their Road with a T
rJs; to iia.i.brrels! to be eoiicicicred! aa barrel.
forward j ail weighing sixty pounds per yard, end Ihrhtwood2ro&6Ur3
.in.! not more than oac- :ilb the required quantity to
knawledge : :- be in baifbatre. } many of them sh. in nface of fiiteen incs -

vlit-reufon OIl l .-_ The bison t ahull be mi>'p wholly 1 t.\rc- F.foti sup placed two fet from cnt.-ide to out-iJi1. When (tDitr ( ; I
this Roail will ((1rnctr ;
9.'a challenge with 1qtittnitut
nnpleted comparison
whom his I l ;- tic-! 'rgtjo! fiur, of the r.u&nfaciure i'fUo! y.ar 1S03 01 slrisettjre of the kind in the United Stntts.TLe .
:IGbut., -h !U! ::i all c.vws l l-f :ioiufir'.urfwl fro-n rl- urnindij sy
put him aibore. i ; traasic-- business of the ior.-l t'-r thf }lest six
: of tie! crop inmediite'.y' premtin: the dates o.' j-cars rrarran'a IS ut c-'l:t thnw well snpplie 1 with Frch Groceries which we will sell at prices as low as tLwjTliMi'' !
ed ai4 !
ta, a la do the bvlk-f! that te Cmp.ary will ba able to
thf rt q-.iiiit ions for the tan-a.u4; stat! he fully tqi.ilin pay admit.' We ha\e: now i Ic' Store,n large lot of Java an-1 Hio CorTee, P.wered brushei. Loiif. Clarified jHrjwn anr
him from : fl awl qc'iLty' in-J vonfurm in t-ize and shape, to the MIIjca : expenses, the interest on the Bonds i&sucd to reeuutruct Sugar, Black! nn.l Green Teas. Pepper. Spices ct all kin :s.S ilemtn.Sup Carbonnt*of Soda.Speriut.Adamantine. '

tolravethe fiiseliar?. \vlivh are dejio ite 1 in the sii.I| navy-yards; i.Ji.ll the Road, and a di vi leudf fight pw cent to Star and Wax Candle; Fancy and Common Soap. Pickled Salmon,Sardines. Sh.vl Ciimfi. ami

-choose. ( an ::n tie properly b-ikeJ, thoro'jtth'y' k il'1-dr1.! ; well -acke.l I InJ its Stockholders from its yearly suJtfioieut ear.iings, besiile off the Nuts of tiJi kinds, Cnaeker. Walnut zinJ L'epper b.ulee. UJpeni. FiceaIIlilixed YiekuJng.hish .
n-li' of MukiiiFuud to these3oui'L
On the anival 1thiItd fn-e i 1 f t-hai a t-i J.e! i.>.ied; I Spa. inj : 'n a .may and French Mustard, Purkees' eait Powder, Pre.'ervi-d Q.inices and Tuinariuds Curpant, Apple ji4Qiituce

S .. ., ,.. ; j ijoo 1. si>uiJ: wi-.l I tiriri!, bright! fl '::r ham-lr.: ubto. j ; :i-.l taatuu'y. Jt-hlv. C'w'o't, ( rom'. Curi Starch. ChoeoIate Pipe 4I'[ C1eese, Starcir, Potash. White fl na
111 A fl. o t e ' till- IV.13 ITH3 { : oji r* :' d! srribf'd. with the iici !U \vt-jl acesir-.l : or ii :tir cud Dried lecfevf Tongue. White Wine Vinegar. pple Vne'ar. Rice. Fire Proof Pai'nt, Chrome Grien. (Ii'.

I her cf the U..s tu--Ii [ vatcr t'jut '.V4.. ky or t-ri'-iii L-;jn-ie, si ti-c i!j u c! j !'isvc l let to cnergftie contractors, on very f. vt>raMej'enns pal varnish bite lan. rniiy. Bullet! i.umreu wu, 1eet.'irrnl1t'.. LrIt u->., Camphen. nd Bursd Flu.ui. .
tho mile of their Rood and
winch i t'.P: buriT.3.j gr.vJiu of *ixty .. ainV 1AImu th'Syrup. StnirrtVB New .OrlenrHi
big, :it a t.insei will be ., Puwder and Shot, Snuff. Sar ap'arillu, Raspbt-iry Syrnp.
it believed the work for
ivho took tio j The xvl.: and .
TarJ must to the -i i
bercav- j to: an early completion bring t.
j sound end m-ir5miitftb1e un-i I I l-e f-'l jji.st jco-if jctsriliii'Z : I Smoking Tobacco, posgpgsionwhere ( to the United States er-t nn !iOiS- standard. It TalIaJca4cc: Rail Road a very brg business nut now With many tlwuika to the PuUio for ther! kjnd and liberal patrrnaye, u'e earnesHy sc-Iician erarnnjitioa

cf Gco. \ViUon hall bf itivcr! ii tyosij. new. soui-I; )nihit. three i ributary toiL f stock.Talkhassee. -
1 < present
r3cr.- iiunlis > our
The offered form half the amount
ilemmlj'ing the quarters h'-opcd w.-ll SL-a oe'l wLiei.k: bnrreU. UOT one to March 22, 1SG. T2 HODGKISS. SCOTT i i PCLE.
thed It fie issued and constitute law first lien the .
for the with white oak heads the hcat be made t>( thrre by a upon --
receipt Rond unl its franchises. The interest i U guaranteed
wear the ht-adinz. and well painted; the staves iMt to be ; by
that the jess 1 piece than ic'' tliict! and the heads nut less ttau 1 the Interns Improvement Fund of Florida. BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS Groceiles, IJardware,

Democratic each barrel Ehall b- d in The Company have ne other debt to embarrass their
inch thick; and co )pcr atlditioa jrl the
{ -'rom
pagc.o finances. received Just received from Ndaf 3 br.intfJVUPERFINE !
In with one three-penny irou Loop oaeach bilge, 1 j JUST Books "The Old
pursuance J. W. The Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund -: new :
inch in width, an J 1 16 inch thick, nod on three-pen "
and.Extra FlobrO
Mrs. Ann S.Stfphens Family -
respectable Homstead. by /
have mnmfesterl thi-'r appreciation of the I vain of these va mmim
hoop on each clime, 1 i inch in width, and 1 1C inch The
Jefferson I ny Uorijft.by investing $10Ot'fO of their fundtb them. anJherf.Tmerwoik. "Fashion and Famine. riipo'wdird and Crushed Sugar,
Lodge be thick, as diagram. The whole to bepofcvn gwdehippinj -
per command of lanjuag Rio and Java Coffee. -
teruis the work exhibits unquestionable power, :
in Fur an J a>iy otfier infonnntiuu on subject
omit the United
to Slates.
: order, free charge
to the description, strong passion and dramatic Butter and Soda Cracker
which be toJ.
desired.apply *, yigoraus
Gen. shall be according to samples at the said may
On motion Toe
iu sugar GEO. ANDERSON CO. furos. MyJFirsfSeason a iwwnovel under the CiJer and \VhiU Wiiw Vune-ga ,
Cinlr and navy-yards; and be dry.and fit for packing. \crUteu with Starch and Kit .-
to the March 22, 1S5C. 6t-12 [Swut. guiseofarautbbingrahy. It grace Soap *, : :
TLe shall be of good quality bj son. equal
to act as tea j ounj and hauty, sparkles with imaginationand Ts sustained Rough and Ready and FiTubiiv, ; : -
to the samples ai said navy yards. MILES NASH & CO. throuaiio'ut b'v: originality of thought and oppression. And.Tw.cs Fine cnt'ebe.wuig
The Chairman ,' The coffee ehall be equal to tie best Cuba, according "Taverirs." from the pen of Madam George Supex ne Black and Green Teas, ,

meeting to be to sample. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. Sand. "Kose Clark" Fanny Fern's hut novel,together South FlmIda Airow Kgot, '". .

to attend the The rice shall be of the rer/ best quality, and cf TUST received from New York per bark R. H. GamcJ with KnUi Hall,""Fern Lfaves." an.! Life and Gtbitine F lavonn extracts &e., -

be held at the crop immediately preceding the dates of die requisitions b'e' a general assortment of articles in our line, Beauties of Fanny Fern." K ae Clark upholds the ro- Picklesrdried Apple tc- .

1'Oth day of April for the same. such as Oils of almost every kmJ Burning FJuio. putatinnof this distinguished female novelist It is Buroinj FlnM. -
The molasses! tball be fully equal 13 the beet
very of the
Lead Zinc and other paint, Window Glnfs of intensely interesting: and elnHiw.t4ie Ls '
White ,
*On motion the of New Orleans molasses, and shall be" delivered q
quality _i.. rAn. i.A, S..nim tn OIM!. .41iKrttii.. .. .Anolecn.e !
John Finlayson, in well seasoned rcd-nak barrel*,' with white pine best qnali?T, utt.!. Brushes, Potash. Soda SparkUngGelatinI iOUL embellished UVLIU 5 with steel enzravingi- --- l>eginnin A lar e aswtme'ftf afr1interi4IL.e\ I,
than 1 inch thick the stoves not-ess( n.lon Mustard. 1-renca urandy (very best,) complete, Long Handled Shovels Naila. '' ''"% .
lor 1! heads not less } ; bnili.'fullownxliox through :
CoL \V. S. with'the ur's
fur tuediciual Spices. Pepper. Lemon Syrup. Emper it
Sjiafles. .
purposes. 'ehilake4 and sTeel
that { such thick; the barrels to be three1uarterliooped Banishment HU trials Foils,
were appointed : Inks.Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu, the C-'nwilate, Empire and Stub and twist shot' '
and in addition, t<> have four iron h-xj s, one with strength, and the Guns:
Ac.. t".. and a general ortmeht of Popular Patent nnd triumphs are related great '
meeting, on each bilge \k inch in width and 1 16th :uch thick. < We but the best and style is unsurpassed by any, Aniericwi writer. Sub ALSO ;
Medicines. ki-ep nine very
returned and ,- Bond of ao one on each chime 1 inch in width and 1-16 h merit scribers to llarper's Magazine are solk-ited. The An awortment of heavy Hollow wire

lutions.: Dr. inch thick and shall be th'roughly coopered and paccJ hope to J your p.Ltrunage.MILES NASH, i CO. year begins in January with Dickens 'Little Dorret." Wooden Ware, tc, dc" '

1. iiisolrsd. in the best shipping condition. March 20.165S. 18. Anpl- to McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY. jft ?. J.MEGDf SISS. .-
-The vinegar shall be of the first quality cider vinegar 6 March 22. IMG. '
February 9, l86. 12 .
by '
equ.il to the standard of the United Pharjaacopacia.
and.the Nebraska and shall contain no other than acetic acid ; Lost or Mislaid, JUST

2. Resolved, and shall be delivered :n barrels similar in all repects for one Thousand seventy three Dollars. Spring and Summer Goods. RECEIVED;

President to those jeqnJfed for mwhwes, with the exception that ROTE cents ((107S55)) signed by Newnan rT1HE Subscriber are now receiving their supply of r FU03I ,. .;s"s"TT.R.PETT1S
ichitt-ook etaves and head shall be substituted fur G'JchVwt; and payable one clay after date to W. E. L Spring and Summer g.xnJ .niin} i fDryGoods.

4ie whole country rcd.ohk btaves and white pine Irenes, and hall be Ki'crcase or bearer. whim cibt per.cent intercuts, from Hardw'are, Groceris Crockery, China and NEI UPZ4tYSPER ?

ef every j>airifct thoroughly coopered au-J placed in the Ueitt sLippIng 25UiDecembei, 1854. and dated Feb. i>4, 1853. All Glass Ware also an assortment Suiamer Clothing TpXTRA Svpg-Eye; :|T 'ur, ... .

CoastUation and order. S persona are cautioned against trading f ir said note. as all of which they will sell at moderate priced. 4 SnperG P a0: '

and"that he is ; The pieties f hall be ptit np in iron-bound cask*, and payment has been stopped, an 1 application1 will be G. t J. MEG LNNISS. Sdgir Cqred flame.

each cask bhall contain ono gallon of i-uinn,' 'one gal- made to hate the same: renewed or & copy established March 22,1&5 ; 12-Ct .. 'S Sbould ra, -
Presidency -
ton of peppP-t uJ thirteen galiont. ofzned.um cucumnhera iu lieu 01 the original. --Clear Side Bjcon. ..,.
3. Rfsoloed, f.fty to the gallon, and the veZ-tblts eahsba1 WM. F.. KILCREASK Notice. fiibbed 144 -
of the Hon. A. E. eibty-flve puund. aacl be 1.ziid Per S. B. Leve, Atty. --: .
weigh theyoul7 claims demands '
LL having or Brown and Wtite; |
L'ep csentaive in fur; amid each iask cIahl. then be uled! with vhjte Qulncy March 29. 1856. 13herift's A the]persons estate of Comelins Emrlish. deceased late ol t Insh Potatoes and Sugar s .5-

liis delcnnination : variety wine vinegar of at least 42 degrees .of strength: : Gaclsden'county, are hereby notified present them Ontona.'
and equal to French vinegar; the casks, ve t-tabes Sale first Monday in May.BY to the oiitlerrijjned adminbrratun, duly authenticated AiLSOIN S T D R E _.- .

again. ; and riuegar shall conform and.be equal in all respects* virtue pf a' writ ffi fa. issued jont of the within tlie time prescribed Jaw", or thS* notice will s Ilalibutt Horn!*. Nape* and Fins, I-Fis'iiTtigues;

4. Resolved, to the samples"deposited nt'lho aUiye named, navy Clerk's office <>f Lean Cnuhty Court. Middle he plead in bar of their recovery. And ail person* and Suiiuda, f-j|aale at the Cheap Cimft StiV .

Perpetuity of this yardj/ond contractors shall wtrrant and guaranty that Circuit of Florida wherein Rotert Mitehell U plain IfllebiCdth-Ali5i estate are requested to make pi v m wit JOHN B. LLOTD.

success'of the ; Hi they wih1 keep good and eound-tiat Iea$ two years. tiff and William ?,L- ldaawell is dcfendanL I have immediately. Marcl 22.MaS. I, -, '

partita -totrake The iron 1 bOUp on the bat rela eontahiiig wbLkey, levied upon and ehall expose for sale at public outcry, -

naticism and* molasses, viucgr, and ?icUes to be vejl painted witF beforr- the Court-house door in the city of Tallahassee, JOHNO.SmTrL4Admlr1'Qmocy -I Preah1Arrlvala. "' .

red lead. on tlie first Mondny'of May neit, within legal hourc, March 15, ISAII.( .J J8 w j '
wir country. The beans s' all be of the very best qualify white the following described property to wit; The E of PER"KM. B-P3TTI3rROM NEW OR1EA5SfrV /

:6. Resolved, beans, and shall be of the crop immediately preceding the N'E i of Section 1ft. Township 1, Range 1. S and .oolBid.ing. BBLS.Srtp rfin< Fl*UT. --,'-' : f t -' -

in the coming the dates of the requisition for the same, 64 pounds EL Levied .upon as the. property of said defendant ; i U 75 bbls Extra Family Flour ,4 '- *s*

Just re to be taken us one.bushel. and j to be sold to satisfy amid writ O(& (a., according HAVING' pi-beefed the em of a Binder, -wt ? -JL. 1 Lard Oil.. 4
the The dried apples'slmll be of the best quality and tb law H.T. BjiOCKEB; Sheriff prepared to do nil business partaioini- 20 Svrop., I *
inilis Sute. s. shall te prepared by urn-drying only, and limit be of ab2l856. 18'NOTICB. to that.department ou reasooable terms.1IDOUGALL4HOBBY.. 25. WMskey- : THMs. > .-,
& &,: the crop nf autumn immediately preceding the dates'of d- Sides and SLoolJefi1' -

H&dison the req utsitiqns for the same. March1l86... 9 S5.bbla. Me.. Pork, V K :

in5TK nBtrticie d All tbejforegoiiig described articles, embracing casks, T nOSE wishing to nave their paguerrean LikeX 5 -"- Lard, *: >.
Si- barrels half barrels and boxes, bhall be subject to bad $25-REWARD. 6 Tiereet *'
net8i'aktti, bjttKinjpr6Teth9 present opportunity Sngar CutfiJ Hjwu, .", .
elect Jh&})&&, such u spectio *a The chief of this bureau may direct; ,as the undersigned expecta'to Tallaoassee --
in tie officer to be appointed by the fAVfAYfrom 4V-"PlantatiQn/'f the Sub
the inspecting Navy- iu n few'tfeeksj not intending to return until Ill -i6 Hhda Sugar. *
bearers Jn tbe Department.; AH inspections to bo at; the place of de IiXt.a1L be Mlow &3 ot &-fet* 3 or 9 inch RRy
.%Vhi1i' livery. BtBCuU may.liwweTer, inspected at the Store.- ,WILUAM XflIN.Mrdt2.lSS. WFS1Bt. Mareb 22, 1858. ,, -
.- place'of-n>anufactnr ,*but'wiirinall cases be subject ei Ujh.about W.'aud gjittariog black J -S '-- ..' -I.t
; ted. fcrtiTttt'- Jcdse of to a final inspection *t the place of lirery before* eyes. Ha was raised in Gdpntwber& : -

The following bills tue signed tkerelur. -V.- Wanted Wanted 1 has a wtfs at Mr. WH.Obsoi's.idr'eatie.! llori LIWGa. ;

Waid ill the itrtlelei to be the the county. He h ioll supplied fHthrlniLiajr.vol 4 .
t th, Madison The prices of foregwng EORO-MEN* fromlto T CST rccir ri opeih _. -
txint throughout the year,mod bidden may offer for 50 likely cannot 6ybotrb; was dreseett whence left.- -I wil JUw fiusJilantlet QMgbs
TT id
artides f age, for wIilc1.tb* bight price $20 for hisarresi! and lodgm Btiaiuiy jail, or f 2i Kid Oloves :
B one or more i r & to s. s.KNIGHT: pay EmbIOi1jrj.8wl ..
All the casks. barreK and bilbarrelj, jboxts, or Cash b paid. Apply f1j bis tRliVery toViotcrt'. -
! ltra ; : packageft aball be marked..with/thejf.contc'pti/ apd the eh28I6.- -C JAMES ORMOND.. Fi1 5It-! :?

firm jotHra V r'* am t -., All the" barrels and'(half barrels of PR. -N* o. MCDONALD, port";March J.1858; 't AOAIsTthent -.

th lour, bread, aQ rprck1 l>allliaTef In> dUioo ,to the ; ; -
MoimcELip5; : .rKjL : ; 1"tenil ; Rice or oontar: .
to tboTejl the year trben TnanuCsctnred or pat op, mark's3 ; .ong1tEIc BOugh _-_-- ,
& esehpt and Kmrmn Rhfr
U npoa Jtbanxf, *: wIhsuidaOD$ earevkn,jciaMij 'Rr.LsMnhvv bR : t ; '* -e .MlIQ4aito i4s431'. ..,. 7
> Netting Gtifton es& -
"'The B ra'tAeJ rVf td to IB" $le'nhvertieemtitjr$ .IGut :

Cen. ; : tbo%. clectwl Tt| einin il eilibctisit'9kave.totnprn'ioula r.&r-mde ,4r4fttjl # $ .I I'I

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'CELBBBATKDVERMIFUGE D'exawme DAVID (X WILSOITS larje and T:(DQ CERTIFY thrfla tbe year; 1854, 1 'UU d l"H.\'Iln. '".;:nlTJJt. .. 1 1r 1AAoP.th..L- '" : I veLA2V1UCOU ,. ,'" .J

; t1\ well aeleetei at **!:rcipaa.porchaa l by hinv 1:Dr.,W.' :Manic/*.Mrmary at Griffin Gajfcr tbeporptwe ".1 .It' ."a'i.1"'' I 1UW J.tL'l..fl.r., the SobaeriWnt .. :. y. ". ? .
1 : iii-lr'CIIiii e.t\i. 01; cf obuinmg relief Bf a vepsinfaI tad die.hffcaczk.of TV/fANUPACTURER. : ofCpev Sheet Iron 1 .M.3&- ...,.' .
awl If ilk aere been ft*eon). tT J.VJ.Wara.aad dealer{ all kinVl.ef Plain. ?
I .. -;-aeqnalily ,iio .11.m : tbe DGM and eyes, Tyinoec:wa n aixey lad lower part.f' GewgU.a l |rie'f. .et raliaðwfrmfiqr tLL __ LIiQCOa cI&I XaJfhV !
Tat.Warrt tam b{.( the ehfzen rar t.
0I4VEJt aiM7itylobqtmnrkfa., ) Tti*6t Jnlnoton- mil! entirely- gone before 1 tinted the Doctor.beside plea*or* brmtng with .eaM-Wtaaaela. 1idtlTIU '
.PILLS. ly laiw.. but oelejeted partJcotarly,tirtbt Florida market'icwbe i>ety' deep 7"u1eeratJoq(1ft; uy :cheek and abontmy Tallabaasea end t1Wt aorreondinsroBonlrr. that be b
in theday.with less than the A
new prepared t* wait u all that wWi In palmwta ordinary pa powerplied ap .If OtJTHfr ar'l wOl;!aririi**at> *
; feela aunmt ha will 1 be.He to seU MVw eye.L: ram happy and proud to &ba&' : .
53 Dr.Uody tit it: Tb maker fiirnUhe hand
.*J >;; ; him fa hit 1meor'b Healan tender hI 'thanks a lopnt It'tp; H eoavertbWMaktl; aad WaUr fctoSrW:
Twa **t p rpM.. u..Ape net only for cash and the produce of the ennntry did relief e me.and had it not been for my having to warranted '
and one to
to bit friend and the poNie. generally for the every give ptrfKtfaatw&ctioa.Can Ml Vinegar in t*hour*;at* *tol"o la tarttea
.t" with him to very ,
but alto to tboee who have been dealing expose myvalf very extreme cold. bad weather I and examine them at ..LADD'S. S.-a.
for yean. All those wishing to 'purchase w* would do believe that I .would have had no return ofthe Ijberal patronage with which he has heretofore been per gallon.Tli .. -
They are ngt recommended adnse to call and see theM aplaniBdGla disease. 'I visited the Doctor a aecood 'time ;*nd be formed, and he hopes that a continuation of tha same April tl, 1851. 15 only tel n-jeeatary i tar Ud p.,..

A Chen*, SAtin Plaid and atripecT relieved me again and ao far aa to*- various,tcportaabout will be granted him. NOTICE Was .1 W""k9 btmJ.l r",1riUrJlWlt
as. Universal Solid and Plaid Brocade the Doctor injuring or failing to they are fitted. Bribe prpomt&ssb.kcndIsuyofIb.krestsot&naUnr YJBA.V t-

Ore de'Rlibea aad Black Sdka of all prices and they are poaUivoly fake. Aa regard* Dr. Moseley's aort of Ware usually kept b an establishment of bis i nPHE Co-partnership heretofore etistfar cade* the .
; S Cure-allsj but simply for qoalitiea
Black and colored Velvet, aieiaa.l" the .world that I would sooner rely on than Sheet Lead; Lead Pipes; SheetZmo; Ciatera Pumps i thiday dtwolved hir mutual eooMnt. All person bee are led tmprrcnkieiy I bfe the pro**** dlattorfJw1deb1i" -

: what their name Solid Cashmere aDd Ueriaoea him. A*a SURGEON PHrSIOIANhfJ.'equat! anti l a great many other articles too numerous to men- having demand will please present the came; and ..ssnpJcst MTha -yo' J.

pur Soli J.aod1.WcI 1 figure* Delaines to any b the Southern State; and I am happy to ; all indebted will pirate call at the old stand and act- work ia ta I. hmd atJr..scsinp..i

ports. 1 Embroidered I.'ptaiJ and black AIpa CM say that I found him te be a perfect gentleman and TO BUILDERS. tit the earn- aa early-aa poiM to close up the cooeern. and at the book store,It.41 St.Chad atrtft'\
: BL BARNARD.. site the St.;Cbariea Bale! ,Price (t: \ .
Black Bombazine Philanthropist and advise all pefaon afflicted with Tin Roofing,tiuttethf Copper and T"m Conducting pert nji. 74
( The VERMIFUGE for Spanish wl Mohair Debnttfea, Gaofet, to visit the DOCTOE aa soon as possible' and Pipes &C1 all of which he promises to do in the most 0. TROUP MAXWELL amount (two dollars .be ta *jt pef aajpjji .

Ladies black and col..re-l Italian cloak clot**,, have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER.. I work.man-like manner und style, and of tbe best ma Tal1ahueH.Jaa.l.18U. 1 awl the work atotper ixtera nail purtnaaefa kraaffeafBok.

: expelling Worms from Black nn! colored and ilk T&lmaa Rome, Anirust 80th, 1855.13ST .. I teriaU eo shortest notice anti most reasonable term Notice to Contractor close o esati III stamps to pre pay' sad .die

English plualted Talrana. ilr. Ransom Cooper signed the above in my Having been engaged for the bet eight year b Address .r'

the human has Dotted and embroidered lace Y"Ha presence. THOMAS PERRY, Foal Matltr. business at this; place be think it unnecessary to reenmmend Omcz or STAn Exonma BcueAvim, 1 BERET WJLLTD. A CO.,'NW tit

system, Solid plnid and figured Baregea Rome, August SOlb, 1855. hi-nself any further to the public a* regard OLUG& MILL P.O, ST.Joan Rrvxa Fu. > If" Or-.. '

also been administered BWk ami colored Shalley. his capabilities as.1 mechanic hut at the same time he A trocar 20m, 1855. ) dT' T1te.I1'-at. ., .fthh work Las We* na

Welch Silk and guaze Flannels Awfnl Case 6r Cnncrr Cnrcd. iMnres all that favor him with a call, good work and PROPOSALS will be receive* at tb eintJy pond by ita tideptba ae a test bookt, tvarisaliqucv

Red and yellow Flannel cheap prices.Having SEALED the 20th day of August 18M,for constructing auuHi&tjrfarere..fth.BECO1MEIfDJITIOX1 .eity of Xnr Jerk
: with the most satisfactoryresults Tins i i. to certify that Col. S. H. Ham, :of Craw.
removed from the old stand known OFTHE '
Opera Flannel of all color ford county, came to me in the 1851,with Can formerly Canal with its necessary appnd ge.. pBXSfl.
various animals English and Erench embn idered bands, cer on his chin of fourteen year standing,the a chin- a* White& Bluster, he will be found at hi* stand corner neb as Lift Locks, Guard Lock, Basins Ac., from ThI work will be Mad to'rapplj tie d.ale'in' B.qu .

to Lace and linen C. Handkerchiefs bone and! lalival glands had year all) become much of 200 foot street, where hn'will he glad to wait Lake Harney.oo the St.Johns to Indian River. a dUtanee .rt wine. vinegar, It. ,with.a thorough teaeaejsad

Worms. Emb'd CollArr. Han-lkercbief and Underslccve. diseased and his constitution nearly ruined.very Mr.Harris on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.Dee. thirteen miles. 8.410 feet ; authorized by the guide amid all ibe railed and btrieate preeee if

subject to Embroidered Chemoisette and Collarettes, had been under the treatment of many eminent 11855. 48 General Assembly of the State tlf Florida at its '.H. I this busines*.-A" OsPitayune. r.

Blue brown and green Veil Barege, physician, and among them usa the great Dr. Shep- ion of 1854-6,by An Act eritftted An Act toprovrdf It were a work Bnpererogatfa to praiae a beat
The HDS.
LIVER PILLS, for Black lave Veil, ard. of Cha-leston and also, the celebrated Dr. Mar.- IU IA 8" Shoulder BACON for and 'encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements of Moo. Laeour'*.'. The vpltuce before takrematkaUe
Thread l,Cottoa and Linen Lnee. *, in this State. lor ita eompjetrn and tbe exact
shall, of Macon who treated his case twice without pram
; the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT Cambric anJ SW'IM edrini and Inssrt'm, removing tbe disease. He finally went to Dr. Mar 10 2 bblr.. Plain Mess Hams Pork., in store and for sale hr. Proposal will specify the amount f,.r which the eal direction which 1 it J'' Old maneaetwrfQ.U1

Bobinet end Mantilla Lace*, shall as lie informed me. the third time, and he refused HOPKINS & 1IE01NNISS.Dec. work will be done, the mode and manner in which i find all of the old Rude entirely .mpenedetL Tin '

all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS Colored Merinoe, to do anything more for him. Soon after that time 1.1855. 48ilOtinets. payments are to be made: ,whether lands or moneys. e of the old (formula would appear aa tie "Jeaai ef

Curtain and Dress Calicoes Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful, cure-that I or portions of each. Maps. Profiles and estimate*can folly b the presence of the new one aufgnted b

SICK HEADACHE Embroidered Lace Certain*, had made, and visited me at Griffin a* a last,resort. Bonnet be seen at this offiVe, and any information obtained by this work. One of tbe prbdpal oiject*appear*t.le

,. White black an-1 slate hosiery. I commenced treating his case, and in six wcfks the T DIES colored Bonnets. addressing the undersigned' at Orange Mill Post Of to avoid a* far aa poarible. the ue 'apparata.art
&c.Purchasers. White nd black silk hosiery, Cancer was all removed., and the sore neitrly heAlcd. Lj Ladies colored straw trimmed fie,.-St.John's River, Florida." Proposal will.also expensive(to.tbe op appliance) ef, may ktadW-
Lvlies and Gents black and col'd Kid Gloves, This case was seen and witnessed by irore than five Bonnets N be received for constructing a Rail Road overtbe manufacture of .liquor*, la- ', Y tk ITaw

will Misses colored Kid Gloves. hundred person 1 have the Cancer hOW in my pos- plain"blle1c NN same ground. F. L. DANCY. This volume.eootaiua the art of preparing sad Mf.

pleasebe Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, ifiNoo,and *anr person can see it b) calling at my effice white'satin and silk U State Engineer State of Florida. tin up.the whole list drinkable,from a choke pips:

ask for October 13, 1855. 41 in in Gfnffio. Thi ease was witnessed by black extra size N August 31,1855 85-ly of Otard Dupuy, of'lie vintage of 1795., tea. aiiapU
particular to )
I THOMAS JONES), of Griffin. Children and Misses rnd economical manner of making eider withcotav*

Notice. Dr. J. D. MARTIN M straw" Hut. Leon Connty Iron Works, pie. by fermentation. A friend baa applied tie recipe
Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated .. for converting 23 gallon of rate gi
JL W. WILSON whiskey 40 ]
months n'ter the first publication this notice, For ale by DAVID C. WILSON. T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. ;
Ion with tb
S most satisfactory resnlta. The
SIX ndmiufstrator' of the estate of CRENS1IAW, October 13, 1855. 41 Establialiment latter
VERMIFUGE and undersigned, J is now in full operation. AH
i.e I lewis H. Branch. deceased will their accounts I do certify, tbd myself, and many others, of this THIS quality doe act powess an equal amount *f iatexiea>
present *will be attended to with promptness and
to the former the
properica ,though 40
LIVER PILLS ;and vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon Coun- place, were eye witaesses to the above stated. case, N oti all work done with neatness and dispatch. ting of much finer color gall***
: prepared by and that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. e. wa a taste, audodtr/ sAVv. Jttk
ty ami aok to be discharged from their administration All kinds of work such as Steam Work.Mill Work, Mffhanie. "" "
A. IL oC
HATTON. months after date the undersigned Executor
i said et tn SIX Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery Thi; much talked of book la
teeJOSEPIt Griffin late of at aaad It conaa
G. BRANCH. May, 14, 1S52. Estate of John S.SbepnrJ. Leon County a
Pulleys, Bangers. Plough Castings Brass
mV bformativa that ia
t.m" deceased will his accounts and voucher mass perfectly uto&wbtBf; aadconlit
QWXo2. JAMES H. BRANCH, f. ,, present Ac. also Sugar Kettles of size
Castings. kept
; any bavebeen! from
acquired actual obmvaii
for said and asked only .
the of Probate to *
to Judge County, '
506m To the Afflicted. of all Conditions.
Dee.29,1855. [ be discharged. constantly on baud. All work done in lath establishment If yon with to tee ingenuity applied,look b a cop *f

SOLE PRQPRIETORS PittS- :I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted witha ROBERT GAMBLE. will be done by n*, with a particular regard to Laeour Liquor. Practicability appear to kav*beejl)

Notice.QIX Cancer on my upper lip. which caused me pain in Executor. the strength ami dui ability of the work. the design of the.antb. No delay are areeaaary *.

burgh, Pa., and take no months after date we will present cur accounts deseribable. After trying the skill of all the most September !I, 186. 39 Competent Workmen always in readiness toput op ascettain the results of an appljeatioa ofa rMipe.W. '
eminent that I could bear of and that Engines.tc.
O and voucher to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Physicians speak from actual obeerTatwo-Phil. '.
other as there are various Hamilton County, for a final settlement of tbe estate without relief. I gave up my case a* hopeless, and;'a* Bacon, Bagging &c. Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for This work will revolutionize the preeeat *iyla- s5ioanufscturing

.,rDj\\'iJ Moat late; of said deceased, and ask I thought with death staring me in the f.'. But fortunately cash or accepted orders on some business firm in this liquortNiw'rk J7ro/4
county for me, I heard of I>r. W. R. Moseley great JUST received per latest arrivals from New Or. place. Liberal price paid for old Iron, Copper amBrans. Laconr1 book for instructing in the art ef akW
other administrator
preparations now to be discharged a* and New York, the following articles] which
EDWIN F. WREDE. success in the treatment of this disease, and as aInt f and bottling effervescing iemperanee ben, |.
ELIZABETH MOAT, resort, I placed myself under his treatment, and in one they offer at the lowest' cash) price: All letter must be addressed (post paid) to quor*,wines and pure tinegar for .the ,shcala, a

before the public, pur- Administrators. month from the time ho commened, I was perfectly] 15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Bagging. J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, 11*. in the band of every' housekeeper b the *.
CouaUyvThe -
sound, and have been so ever since. !o BW* Flour 15 P*. Sea Island do. March II, I85t. 10 forbids
copyright or w* would give
: be March I, 18M. 9- ln Coils Ri 10 BMa. WhisJ.tl.'WO our rtaaoe
porting to Vermifuge ELIZABETH; JINKS. 30 p*, this morning tome of the most valuable' resins that
Butts County, Ga, May 27, 1846. Ibs. Twine, 10 BUs.Mesa Pork,
& ever appeared b print. Hew*o nnea nfotmatioa
Town Property for Sale. Nails MILES NASH CO. *a a'be
and Liver Pills. All 50 Kegs given for two dollar i>tbe mot astooishioj. leatar'

q rpHE undersigned offers at private sale, the follow- Horrible Case of Cancer Cared, RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. connected with the book.-A t* Y.rIZma..
others in JL described known the Jra\is Lot, Newport, October 27. 1865. 4 S7i DEALEB8 IN
comparisonwith ing property BY DR. W. R ?MOSELEY M. D. LlQlYo.'I1Iia b the nxnt eonpMe
viz: Lot N.* S. 25. 27, 3u, 48, 140, 141, 142. 143, work OB maoafiieture of l liquors that w.e..IM/
23 241 242. 243, 244. 245. I do certify that I was for many years bodily afflicted Chancery-in Hamilton Circuit Court. DRUGS, PAINTS,
.240 ,
Dr. MCLANE'S are 144, 226, 227. 235. with; it contains'an immense number ef fbmulae fir
248 249, 250 252, 25S. 254, 256. 257. 258, 268, all with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the Willis W.Burk, Complainant, B making every variety ef ,..cordial*, liUer.
remedies I could hear of but found no relief. I finally MEDICINES OILS &c
worthless. in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. heard of Dr. W. R. MosMey great success in the VI. syrups vinegar, &. The work fa published Jy ?
-ALSO- John V. Stephens, and Larkin McTyer. and Eliza the subscribers
treatment of Cancer affections, and visited him at inform their friend and the puLl i..that cription; are dealer t aDd iapertrff
The McLane's NOB. ti 6 7 in S. Coun'y! Filcher, J >hn Pilclier. Thomas Pilcher William: Pilcher WOULD liquor b this ui t,. Thu alone would apeakr aier
GENUINE Lots 1,2,3.4. qr.A Griffin, and in the course of six weeks lie had the Can- heirs law on hand a good assortment of such a
Wicker uf James
and Nathaniel at
favor of the ret bititT of work
the than M
iao- cer all removed. I would advise all that nre afflicted articles aa are generally kept in their line of business eo ae fill
Pilcher deceased, Defendants.IT erwke said.-N. 0. fata.
Vermifuge and Liver Lot* Nos. 4. 12. 13, 15, 16, 22, 23. 39, 40, 48, Glj' with the disease, to visit him and have their health affidavit to the satisfaction of the and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their March J. 18Sf.' 9-a r'i
all kind of doubt the appearing upon
restored. He
.' beyond most terms shall be reuonable.TalJaha..ef'
Pills be had i8',in the i County quarter. skilful Cancer doctor iu the Southern States. Court that the defandnnts Eliza Pilcber. John Pilcber 9th 14. -I,
can now at Tbe above described further property information formerly and belongedto terms Cherokee Co, Ga. EMANUEL DO)1INGAS. Willian Pitcher, and Nathanel Wicker heirs at April ,1853 I Quit Drinking: PoItononaLlcraorsl

ail Gov. Browa. For RUTEBKNCE Dr.J. D. Martin, Griffin Ga. Dr. J. Law of James Pilcher, deceased, reside beyond the Hides Wanted. LACOURS PATENT IMPROVED PB001UT
respectable Drug which will be liberal,apply to A.Perry Amaker, Esq *- ; .
Ibis Court wit b the state of Geor
of to .
jurisdiction ,
Attorney at Law, Tallahassee. Y. M. Pucket HArris county, Texas; Greer Bishop, BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the making all kinds(

Stores. CHARLES P. MANNING. Griffin Oa. gi LIt u ordered tlint the said derendanb.c'oappuuDd ,000 highest price wi.l be paid. Also Deer LIqrfor and Tlurear,

Until *old, the above property will be for rent. answer the said bill on or before the first Monday and Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON INSTANTLY, by the DM of laeoar'a SseeataiT
FLEMING BRO'S A. PERRY AMAKER. Scirrhns Breast be Cured.
ran Tallahassee September !9. 1855. 39
in June next, else the same will be taken Pro Con- S
; February, 1856. '-t( LET THE PUBLIC! READ IIf These Oil are obtained DwtHIatieeat tlCWaieal
j 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.Proprietor. fessn, Provided this order shall be published in some -
Cotton mercy tb the aflGcGwT. and'the gratitude and high Newspaper within this Circuit once a week (or the pe- A. B. CLARKE Laberatory(pariah of Je .nna)of Pierre Laeev,

..: .' 1 -. .', .: Sole Seed Planters. opinion I .nt of DR. MOSELEY as a Surgeonand rioJ of four Months prior to raid time.J. Author ofLaeoura Chemical Analysis I.eO a..
having purchased the right of MERCHANT TAILOR, ieal Manipulations Laoour oa.the Ifaanlaetur efliqunr
SCOWL& MEA, THE undersigned Physician I deem it my duty mention the case WAYLES BAKER. Judge. -
inventor J.T. Ko. Ill Charters St.New Orleans, of my wife hoping at the same time that all persons Mitchell Stewart torn ComplainanLFebruAry DEALER JY MADE Ctorrn ANDGENTLEXZN's SLACOUR'S
of Leon ant! Jefferton. are now prepared to manufacture benefitted 5 OIL OF COGNAC. convert Matn
similarly afflicted may bo by it. In the 2. 1856.
General Wholesale for the Southern States to FUKNIIJIJ GOODS.
them to order. These seed planter are Undoubtedly first part of this year, my wire bad several small lump spirit to a superior imitation .f Imported Zraaeisa
whom all orJers roust be addressed. the best in Qaf' Farmers will do well to to make their in her breast they continued Received receiving at the well known old stand for via: Otard Saraerac, Marett.Cugnae Pooltaey. $4
; Consignment
: Sold & E. Jr. Miles appearance NOW
Ames Barnard.
by Lively,
call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. to increase in size, until t thf whole breast becamea occupied by Clark A Stillman. a general netee.United! Vineyard Prnnertie.CatillicB.a JLsa/
Xaab A Co, Tallahassee, IlL; J. S. M. DarisonQnincy WILLIS BALL. Ttmn Made Furnishing don Dock Brandies. The will have fiQ
diseased mass, aDd very paiuful. I procured the From Charletlon peT Brig assortment of Superior Ready Clothing. Liquor a hit

: Gardner & Mills. Newport; \f. T. Carpen Tallahassee, Feb. 9, 18U. J best medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding TEIRCES Extra Carolina Rice, 25 Bag Chattanooga Goods Cloths, Cassimere, Vesting &e, composed flavor and a beautiful sparkling roler. CeaiBwe

: Palmer teri WauVeenah Montieello; Uosely. A Pope. Madison, the earnest nod faithful Attention of the most 2 5 Mills Flour to be sold just to cover in part of the following articles: Rectified Whiskey will ae changed; by the .'.,*sOil
& PuTest Monticello
Bro. S. en. ; Notice. continued Fine Black Ores Frock Coats. of Cognac .to New York Brandy, Fine 'pple'Brand1
W. Rogera & Co. Chattaboochee Baltzell & Widgeon skilful physiciaus, she to grow worse and expenses, by RICHARDSON t WHITAKFR.
J anna; Nicholson! & Zei lcr, Bainbridge, Ga.; persons having claim against the estate of worse, until they gave the case up a* incurable and Newport, Jan. 12, 1856. 2 [Sentinel. I. Black and Col'd Single Braaated Frock and LACOUR'S oumrr OIL Cognac OF RYE Brandy it-.
ALL Business Coats chug"IDNN'
Thomas deceased, ]late advised amputation. I wa advised by many of
late Reynolds my
: D. H. Dickinson BainbriJ, ; E. Seizas, Thomasville, Capt. ified
of Leon County, are hereby notified to present themto friend to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin, Ga, Circular & Upright Saws. Fancy Cassimere do. do. doN Whiskey to Monoogahela Rye Whtakey. ell Ta.

Oa.February 1866. the undersigned Executor within the time required which I did, and. astonishing as it may seem, he hod Black and Colored Cloth Overcoat, ginia Malt Wbiiley. Bourbon Whiskey, la. ,
811Blacksmlthing. & CO and Welch Grineth Circular Saws
Black Doeskin Pants. ehamre ITntiffi"
law this! notice will be pleaded in bar of their Iter entirely csuW teilkin ore month I and t'te t. unto HOE commMi ,
.. by or, and all those indebted are requested to in good health !! I would advise all who are afflicted (6, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on hand and for H Fancy and Col'd Cassimere Pasta Whiskey to old Iruh Malt Whiskey, and a raped/
recovery .a.Ly D. LADD Black sad Silk Vest article of Scotch Whiskey.
with Scirrhus. and Cancerous affections, to visit the Fancy ,
nuke immediately.
V HE rjodersigned have formed paymeat JESSE AVERETT, Executor. Doctor without delay, as I am satisfied by experience New Port, NOT.,15615. 44 Fancy Velvet do. OIC OF PEACH ehamre common Whiskey te Ttr-
A. do. Cat do. Cashmere gin! Peach Brady, Ae .Peach and OH of CrnaVwill
: ace-partnership for tbe pur Feb.23. 18:6. S-8w and observation, that 'lie is the most skillful physic an ,
4 pose of carrying the Black in the Southern States,in the treatment of that hor. Notice is hereby Given, WhiLe Marsailka do. D.B. convert common Whiskey to Apple Braady.

amithicg Bosinee In all iu various Partwular For Sale. rible -'. -ALSO- OIL OF GIN convert the poorest Whikey uUl-

attention given tG Carnage and Spring Work. WILLIAM H.MITCHELL, T70RWARNING all persons from 'trailing for a I A fine assortment of Shirts Collars Cravats Black Und Gin Scheidam.apP*,'Roae.Qin, Swta OK

and to laying Axle ef all kinds of Vehicle The l A A BUSHELS of pure Sea IalaodCnttnn8eed M. E. MITCH LL. I? plain note of hand given-te Mrs. N. Jenkins by White and Colored, Kid sad Silk Glove, elf adjusting Ep1andOn&e.! .

t shop is eonveiiitnt to the Livery Stable of P.B. Bro- JLUUty B. S. KNIGHT. Daughter of J. W. Bradbury Rome, Ga. the und ersigned for tbe sum of seventy-five dollars j Stocks Cotton and Merino Under-efairts. Jean. LACOURB CCNuiiaS TKATrT ACTJJ wiHs Ire

.. kaw, and special attention given to horse'shoeing.- Feb. 16.1856. 7 Rome, Ga, October 25, 1851. and duu about the first day January ML I am determined Drawer Brown,Fancy, Cotton and Lisle Thread ) hour after being mixed,ehange fire :taltea* etgeal

: farming iraplemeut! of every description done to or- not to pay said note .unTesa compelled by : Hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief*, all Vinegar and ''WCDtJ- ". 'galLa*.f..waltr e' lettlrtT*

der. P. B. BROKAW, Just Received. law.as the consideration for which it waa given, has of which are offered to tbe public on reasonable term gallon of the meat acid Vinegar thai can ae feaW

H. B. FITTS. O A BBLS.yellow Irish Potatoe For ale by A OAEl.D.ALL partially failed, and a tender of the money ha been and warranted aa good aa offered in thia Market. the market.* By thence of Lacmr'aCneentraWl-

Jan. 12, 1856. :.1, &\\J S.S.KNIGHT. person that are desirous of availing themselves twice made for fall amount, thereon juitly due.A.lI.JdANNING.. Call and examine. cid,Vinegar ea be JDaCH kron.dollar and siztp **i
I of DR. MOSELEY'S service will find him at "
Feb. 16,1856 7 November 16 18SS. 45 per barrel. S
Notice INFIRMARY,BROADWAY. ,0 RIFFIN,GEOR- March 15, 1856. 11 FOR MAKING LIQUORS Laeoera.OOa ntaieno

S hereby given, that'we shall make six NoticeSDCmontb GIA. Manufactured Tobacco. teeparatioa only poTtragUieOqi tibWaVikft,
: [ application, Patient boarded at 11 day, or |16 month.
1100 shake weiL The /
per .
Sale of Real Estate. receive 400 Boxes of various brands Liqoida thua aiede wifl **
month date the SHALL
after to lion. Probate Court oi T oue
4 -
."altrdate( we will present our account, FEES in all cue, to be agreed upon before under fine natural aroma-a full, neb,oily taate_ bs1
Hamilton County, to be dismissed from the administration I virtue of an order of the Judge of Probate for J. Mullen Manufactured Tobaoeo on consignment a ,
will be received
AA, to the Hon. Judge of Probate ol taken. No case into this establishment i BY fat transparent color and fine bead. Ia
of the Ettate James S. Rosa late of Hamilton !- Hamilton County, f>T a final settlement of the estate unless it i il believed on extaniaatfen, Chat it. can : County of Leon. I will cell at auction before again this season 100 Boxes now on the way oat- exert three distinct b .01Jr..
County, deceased. tbe Court House door in Tallahassee Merchant will do well to bear Um m wind and it properiie ctxntrtiaf .
of Stephen Kersh late of laid Coqpty deceased, and be cured, or admit of relief All cases rejected will on Mondaythe to Braady 0m.&..
: AMOS CHESHIRE. AdmtV. 7th of April next described will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down Whiskey ThefeitProy.rtJt
uk to be discharged as Executor of said estate. invariably be charged$5. for examination and advice. : blocs with and subside b the form
ELIZABETH CHESHIRE, Ad.nt'x real in the of and known for from usual market, and on time to good par of *
estate lying County Loon
JAMES GILL. i. All letter, to entitle them to notice, must enclosea
Ucle the waele of the .0
Feb. 2 18:S. DANIEL LADD. g-ain (Amylie A iS
6 the W J E : ties.
WILLIAM BASSET, f "stomp" for the payment of postage, and be directed aa ofNEI, i ONW4W3SE The wlnskeyHtbu of 'J
E of S W Section 14 and W of N W Newport August 4, 1855. 31 deprived that
i El
.: Notice.SI.X Feb. 1&, 1816. 7 to W. R. MOSELEY,M.D, T. i J ; jofNWIandSEIofNWIaxxlE3ofSW4 ting and burning tut ,'Ud becomes a neutral .1fiI''

month after date 1 shall present my accounts Salt-Salt-Salt. February 23, 18&. Griffin Jy-8, Georgia. i Section 23, all b T 1, R I, S and W; containing 600 Middle Circuit of Florida.IN taste the second imparted property to the consistban LSqnora, whkh orly render I atacib.t it awlkr..

*.&c.to Honorable Judge of Probate of --- - acre more or less. Said property is a part of the estate LiON CIRCUIT COURT.In t
OH A SACKS of Salt for nle byJJ and.nnparta an of a *
appearance great age; *,
Hamilton for final settlement administrator Jamee S. Bond deceased, and will be sold for "
County a a* &\ NEW GOODS) '
.. HODGKISS, POOLE, & CO. the matter oi Petition of Elizabeth Rice for a property i* exhibited b tbe rich, vinous,. nutty eVr
the of debt
the of Dejnii
estate late aaid
of payment I
on Dougbrity, November 17, U IS. 4& change of her name to that Elizabeth Levinu: that ia imparted to the Uqocr,which rewler dUft
j County deceaaedJjMxi ak to be d scharged from aid TWLE MYERS4riil.ARE Term made known on day of sale. '
is hereby given of the filing of the ion t from the Genuine Braada bipoaaible. .: '
.: I administration. JAMES W. GEIGER. In Leon Circuit Court. In now receiving by recent EDWARD HOUSTOUN, Administrator NOTICE pet .
Equity. Elizabeth Rice for a change of her name ur.TbeIe Oils are put tlplD quart bottVV'
Feb.? !, 1851. 6 from New York.slash. Marsh 8, 1856. 10
John Martin Complainant and well selected stock of to Elizabeth Leinus, aud that after the publication of bottle contains sufficient Oil for aaking SCO"ii '

". ti. I this notice for three mouth, application will be made liquor. Full and eopr hens *.dtrtctieM>..MaM. __ *
A"'C 'cb L1.-ve1'Y; John P. K.Savage and)hi is Watches and Jewelry GEORGIA AND FLORIDA to the Judge of Leon Circuit Court for an order makingthe ny tbe bottles., Price 12 per bottle., :

; TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, wife Martha B. Savage,! Consisting of gentlemen' gold hunting lever, ladies -0--- change prayed for in Mid petition.COUNCIL HT One bottle of tlwe Oda(five b makes) ,

fIIiJ Whole**!* aad Retail Dealer la 'fill and Boiling gold lever silver lever, bunting, anchor. leninV'aad DR. T. J. CUB LEE A. BRYAN, Clerk. be securely packed 'P'tJP; (wills' '{ .t ftf<
.L.; tee, Baker.Trus.J I quartier Watches; Cameo,Mosaic Coral and all gold Jan. 1, 1868. mNotice. free of cLarge;, to ) ,'af1

1 DRUGS AHD HEDICIHES.Perfumery. a TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that I bosom pin and earrings, necklace. gold and jetcros Praetieiflf Df1flit, 4 *eipt of" $10,to. tbe S addreaa of.Marea :

: ..DyertuffT Surgical Instrument, A the DefeodinU, John P. K. Savage and his wife sea, boiOmlin. and lockets for hair ,and daguerreo- I. THOMASVILLE. GA. and MONTICELLO 5 ,'P'. M4'yalVl.. 'n' .11'.. .
.: Spice Snuff Window Glass, Paints, : bair bracelet; n large RNOI tment of IN i 1. |336$. f- m _
: .
Martha B.San ", reside beyond the limit of Florida ; aod MADISON, FLA. and their respective and from date the administra _
; Oils. Vanishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, viz: in the State of Georgia-It i fl ordered that fine plain, diamond, ruby, pearl and g met ony and I adjacent counties. He insert number of Artificial I SIX month undersigned .
any of William deceased
the estate
r. aDd Glass Ware. Patent Medicbe*. cornelian finger ring gentlemen' diamond x ins on I., Advances Sea
; on 1a1aad Certe
.tier and plead, answer er demur to-tHe Com Teeth from ONE to FULL the latest
appear i a sett on will exhibit her final '
late of Leon account
; Fin.Tooth Pur Wine County
Soaps, and Braodie sleev button and cornelian
bill Rule, to be held b tbe Clerk'. plain onyx ; a '
: them T IB! i
plainant's improved principle giving that bnautiful, life- Probate EAL ADVNCIS mai* Sea 7sla
1. and Hair Brushes (or Medicinal,purr CIWI great variety of studs fine gold, vest, fob and guard roncbnf to the Judge of for laid County ma
ofthi* Conrl on the first Monday M August 1656. which JLtoa
Paint Bru.be Articles .like appearance approaches Nature so nearly I anil ask to be discharged. S fMrfibipaMat to o't J LA
and .
; Fancy chain, seals keys, gold alter pen and pencil ca
else tb. raid Bill will be taken
confute M against detection tbe closest observer. '
pro to
a* challenge by Adminutratrix. 'NswFbrtNoq.,1lU.44' S.
Seed Fine Havana LUCY THOMPSON
; Garden Segara. them. Itia further ordered that of this Otder tel and gold, silver and steel spectacle, gold ADd sil- -
a '
Persons their NATURAL
copy needing operation on ,
\ They have recently! received a Lvp.cnd Futhvjpjyeferefyrarktyof thiiublea. September 29, 18 5. 39Executor's m .
,. 1 I article 1 ba published for tin ea month b some newspaper published Ylr v Teeth and wish him to perform them, can by -Torah._ ..
usually kept by b the of Tallabaasee. Fine Cutlery and Gnus. Ie
t. !; druggist Planter and PbyskUn will alwaya find city applying eoox, have tbemdoae1tt11lIowing price Notice. SAcKS a.W.iit..." .
't'\ thu full Done and ordered at Chanter, till 14th of February Dinner and breakfast fcn'rm without forks knives which will be found to MUCH lower than ha* ever I 500 Q \ I. -.
-I establishment .
at a supply everything month after date I will final
nee 1866. and fork in setts and steel offered in this 'section of beJbr to-wit present my ae- r
r. 4.Jadotbsrno.t1&beraItenns. .. carver tingle, fine pocket been country : SIX and the of Probate Septenber. 1 '1SU.Gariea. N" '
J. WAYLES BAKER. Judtf.February1 cutlery bean,'scissor and razors; fie. double For filling teeth with Gold Foil, $1 00.$1 SO. ft 00 Toooherajto. Judge for 1 -
; : Order from the Country promply filled aad satitfsctloa *, 1868. '-'! barrelled laminated steel md slob twist guns, com and IJ 60, varying according to size of cavity and Lees '. and apply'ffjr a final discharge from 's -J .
with .
a guaranteed, regard both to price aDd quali the offloe of Kseeutor'el W.0.Hyltoo, deceased. .
moo guns'sbot; pouchea of rarioo fine and amount material used; Extracting teeth ufbnfcK .
b patterns ,
ty. Physician'*preacription carefully compounded.AUo. WILE CAtL x'r. of fr. h aeada fre n.J$
Fluid Piano Forte common powder flaaka,cleaning rod, Ely' cap and only 60 cent*-out'of office $1. v AFRESH: supr y a.
Epprng* compound of dacha. if'iWUc
4 X Dec. U, 1835. Sl-ona and lor ss1br
'f Jan 6. 1350. 1. wade wad eutt r*,aad asateiiaJ fur gunemitLs. Hi raicz for a full upper or lower ett of teeth OBrLATX. .. "
1 "ITTE.are prepared to furnish Piano Sliver'and Plated Ware. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if neceanry.) i is -- McNAUG4Oau.. .
: 1f f frfn1 Forte- ** very. bet quality, only ft per tooth aad jxr/refrsatJjlkctwn guaranteediaewyanstance. Secd. dJata.X ; New orttam.is. .' t. .
liberal 83rrtable desert and tea silver fork .
, WIReS upon the moat terms. spoons. *, qp Ilv'Pthg I
Syrups &e.
'k. AH BUSHELS ef.uperiorqnlity fr aal. by
aecond to b and ;ereain ladles butter and pickle knives :
They are eftber plated '
any country
:1. Otard Brandy, Sparkling Cider, to quality or price.Erery a* fork and spoon; waiter.&itor. cake and fruit ba-' Those desiring hi* sees in any portion of the OUU HOPKINS UEonariss.Dee 0;. .
OLD Old above named counties, or any other lection of 1 lUI. 48 I B6L8.Yalkw Po J..A f
; ? Port, Port Juice, lostnunent will warranted. _" kits electro plated tea aeta. and commnulon service, country 25 "
application by letter to either of the above cIer
con aod
-c& upon 'ouale -
Madeira Brandy Chenus and dishes chamber and -
MILES NASH & CO. butter,augaf. cream parlor hUGIl't.oa
darned Post Offices otherwise j
,or ,receive attention. Hides
: tI I Shfrrr, Sardbea Y.bsuaryT,18i.. _S candlestick, alt-cellari boquet bolder*, 'carq ,and .. prompt : .* '

1J.tS BparUing Gelatbe, Preervd. Qnloeei. ,. ... .,.. : Gower... baskets and brittaimia 11'Jlii .' '.; -. .--'--_- -. _- -. WANTED 4n any quantity, for which La biabea& '. NswPor4Jaa3gsa., r_ t !
)'lzbriogExtr&.t*, .p "*" will be b cash -
QlI .iaflihIttor. elli onirt'cle' .*.ait- price paid or trroeeriea.A : \
Tcaat ... Tamlriaia- )
.g: 4, .. Notice.&tat Lde! t eUeales aauhela work bore*,peart,Berliatron JUDQX CocrcMacon, Georgia. I JmOOlS HEIK.SeftenVerU.lISS .
; 8.1..1..0.anIMa.; : alavbf ; till.
,. ,---0 per elao a of toonaie' : Hon.J. L. BawL 47B. 8agir. 11V .0&.
\ and morocco port pearl card' case !; ) ,
CtfroSUreh .coral > I C
f ; .- *. emxl *U,. adIdea. &T.d..d .; JODOB Lovx .Wh1abl.. &a&e.S ; ;
coral .eckJaCet aDd }J-TboauavMe, QLJ.8.
'; Wtwiet.rsbiretluu, :SIdOU beads armleU.ict bracelets, : -
jwsrsby MiWM .
Ies.r.m to eM uo d hair and WIU, :EKJ, ) kstectIve4Per ,,McYtV'OHT"I
aecklacea;a bo..txrpiasnapkin rings .
! MoatarJ
t cnar Eng&b. ,Co.o..Oaper.... deisigndwh will be plead lhe btar and all '
t.. \ AM J reeorery. ivory combo;cbla** dVa : dolls razor 'atretia and 0. G. Firx, Esq. I t OABBC3.Iriair'Potit s. 6c o'Ch .: ..'"
t j kILaT p rtoi>*fBdeUdtotl '*atatararqne td to makebuaedlata'payiaaattd feather cinsters. Manes:W.*J.Bo } J1a. ; ; 1J1R. .
KGDUteDo .
.;. Jaaoaij Z, lit*. money telta, dgar eaaea, paal aDd Af Buckwheat;BJo and Javahh \ 1To -:
I 1 .. THOMAS dwr bells.bob tul Ila glass and china va* *and baa .' Oul.. Bycuvp. &c.wbkb we offer low tnr caah. > j ; ... t
; ;; 'YIi &GiZDi'3.4. Adnuoktrator' MUNROE da both keta terra coUarasea and pitcher*, irfumt bottles 'Ja qry If, 1856. ;1 RICHARDSON A WHITAOII.

U, F.brQ5L: f 1-sw .neL jewel eaea-- entreau penioo and..aide" Iamps'Iimpsbad.sc1xmaeys yawport.tiaii.ltltU\ [ nthsul.8TO J .
ItTt.f. ., aDd wlcka violin and boWl guitars To Long Cotton Planters., j III ; S
/ 2P H' 8HlrflNQ saw.".. ."" .
g 'L.l tamboorbeaa .,cIarIoneta'Suta and AND j .
banjos; : BUSINESS
.. : iJDJip t' -TT7E have fnrs1f.wsaka ofFiSSiL Sea Ia1 nd ,ha."INi'aMpo.. .
; .:- '. ,
s. # .
.. aod violin fine "
fiios cologne aod otbefperftttsetT
= gidtw
If Cottoo Seed:direct( South OatoUo ,
/; ; .4 '/ row: The ,AtZWPoT. 1'U ..:
f 4./, O'f' b.. ...., .._- 1Jr. 10& l.KooN" JrO J'Ied' .' Bd a general aaottefat. of Ton.Waieba .. Cotton Gbaed, fnftn the* Seed told la..Charteattaa frnti. ,t1 and $480 tar. '
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