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 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00484
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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;JOM' PE1TQRIQUS Anericanprrty South to consult ByJooaFitxbogb. gentleman of- tb.tL1)Ur froho Tbomas u.

'COUfSSJUlJ' MERCHANT' ; 'regard to the platform) adopted by are pat! Sol was li'laoneslt clever man In all his Walter I Esq., the ohCgtagamitetaiterf cbitecVofllhe -

.- .A4D 'MERCHANT. TAILOR:, tional Counril at its called session, might be so, if we had intercourse with his ,friends and neighbors Capitol ExtensionTfre iwe roodatioas -

.. COTTON BROKER Dealer. in Ready, Made .Clothier ui candidates placed ,upon it by the ; on no platform ; if 1 he would dowhat; ho Conceived to be light of rhici b
Gcatkatca'!' Firilskthg Gods, Convention. and honest. Unfortunately I ,however, he was lariy gi-al yin to'the J ladies;,whos0 comfort.

TAT."L&H&a3, FLA. .- -t.,. The 12th article of the platform platform is substan not>" gifted with the mental power"in'an extraordinary has never formed much consideration iir&aconstrnetJoa
ITS prtparea'to attend t i nil fcinl; of sU i in the eitr lain now receiving Fall and Water 1855 announced these four old one. Then bow manner. Sol :Va a member of ofour :GOverDm. & "dflgs:
JUand etontjr'of L w J-Real 'B tt*.Ifcsroes, Git- my tup.I freesoiler from Eli the Methodist Church. and in hn : "The'ladies bat .
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"JpiiT f..1t..KQ1.. Bog A >. ply of Cloths, (:au, .... Testings, 4cOJ the deliberate sense of the spfteipus anpV .legut,
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'it that hood there small tchoolhoua J In
was adopted, was a which room 'ijWval
W.d IL& Fruit and Xorohaadiso of. deseri- ly. receiving .;'Too m approacbeJnfj -
Every Color and
aiID. arerj Style Quality, 1st. That the existing laws admission of no State the Methodists held their different kinds of | ,through 1M, recciviotf 'Tt>GmIn; .

Ac.llTCTlDJ: :D1FS te\ih I am P"l'aTeil makr.. upi: the most slavery ought to be abided by it suits him, it cannot meetings, as class-meeting,prayer-meetings each wing. The private room will i* iilsdop .

eiiestey 'xci fashionable style, on shnrt notice tamed, as a.final settlement of the 5sc. Over the clas, or the members in that with Ufa; most aj jed''snL 'peraosrnt*
SatviaJ-1I O'clock. "
AND, REASONABLE TERMS. teri in spirit and' substance and the sam.e. It was neighborhood was placed a man who was l a wasbstands,Acv tbe ;pipes i lor which..,.already
Gracfrie an 1 tp'e dry goods; Wholesale & Re. ; i to rid of the 12th : kind of religious ,who would enl laid. There '
UU&t thu dmp CaUi Store. ALSOA ought.to he np further legislation by get tyrant rce, wHit, ..prirate DCd. I
JOHN R. LLOYD. X.A.KHK AND WRLL 'ELECTEDThCX OF on the, subject. ] and adopted for that with a Shylock strictness. the roles of his into thegalleries front tbi re eiI grocnJso

eoember. 8.18. .S. 49. READY-MADE CLOTHING, 2d. That,'whether it possesses t I ) and we may as church. According to -' ol's account of the that ladies may go unattended, .ttithoet. hat:
Onwistine nf er. rv ipirmmt suitable rllf wmter xreaK or not, Congress ought not to the face. It yields up matter, he held meetings thiee times, a'week ; I of. moestalion.Every thing has. bleo'dd i.

WILLIAHT. SLUSS ER such,s CVwts.Talnuw. d at ,V #,la.. Pants, ,ic, & ., subject l of slavery in the Territories.! and gained the June and if the member! failed >to attend :teach [fpr'the comfort and.conveniene9; if lady.!

aU.ah. wliich will he iltfptwd' t tthtlow.prioa 3d. That it meeting,be would arraip.bem, and. solemnly -I ton to ,lU vC. iitalv tI1&t.1J14'
; .ee,pia. AIM. a lanre lot of Plain and 1 Fancy Shirt, Collars would be a y
MxWrA.trrxjEER Uo< rtfl.OrftYll ti. S'oek-;'Hwimr. Ac. Ao. compart between the United Slates candidates. That I threaten to exfoliate them. He endeavored ;could suggest AU the rooms will :ire warmed .

JROX WAKK OF WHOLCSALR COPPER.Tl'f Aim SHEET Those l jrimf a thorpoirh.on'-iU will consult their I II land, and contrary to good faith ta let me say that I by this, mean.,'to keep his fipcff together. byjiot-.water furnace, well veatilated I ojrartifirtal
AND RETAIL I. nrn interests by giving m* a call. as all lie nborc articles slavery in the District of joined the.Ameri- But we will.now!J' t Sot tell'in his own means, and brilliantly' lighted with
DSALEK KT PtAHT, FANcY AI> JAPANNED have been selected wi'h jrrent. and with Columbia. II .
a of Mr. Fill- how the Deacon's strict rules operated .
4th. That when State supporter way gas. '. .
WAKE. special*jew to tbeiradnptatii to this murfcef.JOHN'PIlJLTOtaUS.. a new
self for admission into the Union I was indignant on him and family. V-

Stove Ilend-Qunrlcr? November !4, 1855. 1.r..f'7 right to cotn in if her constitution is nsida__.__ 'for" General_ __ White. we. '.had. *tnettinff,n___,_ _once-__ a_ week.. ___," Fvxa.z or Pxnccx Puxuwn..1.':

A SPLEyDID aMortment of C<.oking. Parlor can, and she has the requisite of him then I think said Sol!, "I: was hVppy.'and Sally. shewas tovdiigg J letters from Warsaw, the EmPe.ror .
ii.: and Wood Stove; trimma.I with ueatoos DR. LEWIS, whether that constitution W I happyand my children they was happy ; Alexander notified to the family) Princo

and durability,at reduced pricn. RESIDENT .DENTIST hibits slavery.It .. iccognises the American party and I loved Sally and Sally loved me. Bat Paakiewitch"that be desired tbe funeral ot the

Out Door Work. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. was 'a friends who join. then Deacon F.,ho must have meeno.tire tijne'j deceased stadtbolder to be oondncttd with

Itnofin;.'Ornvnental Fmnt Head Gutteri r, Copper IS now inserting Artificial Teeth on the that we yielded very general feeling at to be the Whig a week. I told him it was too often ; he saidit all( po'sible.pomp, and at tKeexpense- /ih.
an-1 Tin Cm'lnctin; Pip Sheet LnfiSbretZinc. new and improvedrinclple.' with something too much nation,. s t hai
was of
| joined us in tha he- wasn't, and that I should come, and tbe Doke .0 W.llht'.
Unnitting" an my # .
: Lead Pipes.. Patent Cinttm Pumos.. Shoo wk contitinniis enm from one Bide to the expression of opinion '
of every variety dime at hort notice. 4. -- other without seam or crack,leaving no place for the power of Congress to legislate in r( State Council de wife and daughter they should: come. So he ton' in 'England. ; and farther, that he had accorded .

City and Connlry Rlcrchnnts I lodgment of fond, thereby rendering them perfectly slavery in the Territories. In for President ought interfered in my family, and {told them they 38,000 roubles for this purpose;-

Are pectfulljr invited to give me a call beloie life like and restoring the original contour of the face, Southern States the State Councils whose antece must come, whether I wanted them or not; To this the widowed princess and .bet ia
ehuin elsewbet por- so as to defy detection. He will-attend to all calls (orms I was playing they went Now it was too bad. for a poor replied that they humbly begged tiaf t&expenses '
stronger on I Ibis than the
tT' N. R AH articles manufactucd from the Terj in Middle Florida fur Full SettA. Those wishing Full al. None made them man like me to go to ,meetin' three times a $*. .(funeral 1fgb& be paid br the
Setts can obtain all information letter. weaker.
bet will material b. nfiferc and l warranted for'Bale. durable lib other artiele He will warrant,in necessary evety instance,satisfaction by and Out in framing that platform we are reviving week. When we had metffa's once a week" :I ramify: ; Imt that ifbia Imperial 1 Majesty would

October O, 185. 43 prices to suit the times. Terms Cash or when called making one for the South alone but old Whig commit. my Jeatber cost me three dollars ji year, but graciously condescend' approve, they would ,
for. Northern conservative men could and astir again. Our when it was, three times a week.it cost me accept the sam.for the purpose of being dis.
June !t. 1854. 25 will that have four dollars forty-seven cents and one-fourth! tribnted the Warsaw
Co-Partnership Notice. on ; and it was right that'we should say we poor la and eLi.

rpHE undenis ied Imre this day entered into a coJL FLOYD & HOLLAND, them to declare one opinion to the ; it is the old Whig For my family wore out their shoes runnin'to where who had lost.a. ,most" bountiful, proteei.i .
partnership theWHOLESALE of Congress'while they entertained I that it was not fit meetin'. A poor man can't itIt's! .-* ?-r/i> ,. .,t". ;t tff .- .
& RETAILDB.UGBUSINESS. Attorneys at Law., diametrically a man who had been not right for a man to .interfere'in another's) j t. ,
TTTILL. prsetice in the Circuit Courts of Middle opposite ; if they .I1U'02TA.NT RtiXOR-rll.atated .
It be
hat the Whig parly-a family. use to they would do what I ioalettr -
'V T and West Congres UGUT nut exercise
4 FI.rirtll.Jlnd in the Supreme Court from Toronoto
I do it wanted them but won't listen that wben. tJ. S. Senator
not now they to
was me.
of the State. Also j in the District Court of the Uui even if it has it. say i
under the name and! style of insinuate And the other when I come home recently spokp of. the probable conduct .
ted States in the Northern District of Florida. The June platform does not .not so even ; day don't of
AMES LIVELY. n.J. FLOYD. Office Apalnrhicola Fla. Cungress ought to do ANY affirmative, aided in such nom yon believe Sally turned heFbackio, and Canada in he event of.'war,with England

r e. D. P. HOLLAND Office Quincy Fla. bout but lt that my Democrat wouldn't notice me! Oh! it nearly) till.ed.me, be proceeded not op:the .vague estimate tef
slavery that
only it
Dec.22.1855. Cl for I loved when the state of public feeliQ .. bat iLta
I right to complain of _Sally. Now, a stranger.] on tan
trill be pleased to see their friends nothing. --------
iiTIIE patrmu at UienM!staninf D. II Ant s.' DR. RULES H. NASII No Southern American once I comes, and Sally cooks meat for sapper my documentary evidence, i in the sbape.pf letters
they "ill! keep a full and general ted his feet that the South thnt they children from the littlest to the biggest(will from influential.-tie on this fide,,' thrn ac
i entor Articles n pn-rtjimin5 to their AXO SU1L0VTD10C0VThT. it to another without deserved can risk step my zcord for it, they just pick up their forks and sock them right tually in his bands. And itjis add.J! tJaat the .

has oCoa io as. D. H. AMES.1L I ruin and annihilation. of' The new platfo.in into a piece of meal ; and before Beacon, he conspiracy has been blown upo '.and.that _

:Janoarj t. I5*. 1 LIVELY.I OFFICE with Dr. M.Ifaab,jinmcdiately cutof the No Southern man ought to abandon the party and the interfered in my family they'd cat their mash the Governor General l.is. .now in OMO3Oqof.
e. abandon them to do it ;and and milk and go to belL And in ihe mo ruin,' tnenamesmof eight'members of the CacadBm .

Notice; _May 19 18 5. 20, \ tions.safely If he does,-ny, one tho of South the four old! faith if the mat when Sally cooks biscuit, they'll, "th. .pr&t Parliament: and A nomber,of.Canadian Hag-

\ fltns after date Tie un-lprsis!ied.administrator ; T.J. ). CICBABD6OX. FLTTCHEC WniTAEEa will, abandon him. ought I thing, snatch a biscuit, instead of eating cornbread istrates-wbo have been engaged in treasona
L:, m tbe csttte Violet TIarm. fleccaced. late Tbe Americans can neith. as they use to do. And now I'm ble! correspondence with a U ltedSSeA..
.f I/wm t? antT. will li" finsl l.n RICHARDSON & WHITAKER, XationaJ'Coonrit. meeting .. .
pirscnt vx>nnts andeoelii .- ; .
the out of wheat when I atol'. .
T to the Jn-la of Pro'tate fur"iil Cctt1l1tvanduk of States which had repudiated the nor support can about jn thq .pull .. ; : .
and !
to 1M dUelianred. R.A. SHFNE Mnfr.eeeer Receiving- Forwarding Merchants form was assembled in February for ;, counted-up, and bad plenty'.forbreakjjyttij'e'year THE. :. oW..NoTJIDGI.The'New j ld.n' -J
D 29.1S33. li*-6rn successfully : raund'anft.thft; is all cause 6e _
__ f_ __ 'pose of repealing the 12th can intefer.1i Bulletin
--A NEW j'ORT. "FLA. Noll.dni II .listti.'I -u...'1..r I. .. iining. .. : ed in my family. Now, wasn't that.enooghi nf:1rJl desp.l1..pt.* Amcaor.fp { .
MEDICAL NOTICE. t'mt'i'iJ' the basis "onnii we instmmrt' *v Mictatv unj w aj -''-""jy''-' .'.. _., ,. t'i Y&W !"
of '
upon wrong all.! The other mornin' I u .
--t- party? I, not catcbed, a tnry -:
and that control. Itsays: .
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON DR. R. N. GARDNER, kept be too lame and k"- and was goin' to bring it to town,to bay .e If 4' '. .

their Pr.f e.ional Serrices to the Pub I OFFERS his. professional services to the citizl'nli The 12th article with nIl the rest ; and many of their some coffee and don't you believe Sally Mr. Fillmore cannot. conceotrals.the at
platform struck strength of
OFFER and surroiniiJin : was out, and a new Aniercantpactyt i it is
Officeremoved ;
'" Office .'ppo te the Store of ilesr j country. reliable than ours. screamed out, 'Put down that turkey; ygu'llhave verjlevi"
In tlie rerideitcc of Mr.Jib, It. Crlmp.| pit- ;tit:utrd. dnnt jioori'elsecap; jpjd y,
IIod. U.Sc.itt d Poole. give our Ameri- everything on the place destroyed! In *
;. uatinn formerly occupied by the lute Dr. Jacob Eliot. That new platform declares that up entire delegations of fW Stages -Ohio .
January 6.IOC1.E0T. 1$ 1 February' 1 I;. 1 W56 1 set with Ireesoilers course, I drIpped it like a hot tater, 'causeI I ; .Cos
pIe ofaTenitnr' have the right to ; loved Sally. What wa I ,to dp for offeelWeD ? necticnt Rhode' Island, and ,Massachusetts .
&. BiaCUETT. CIUaLES W. IKtWMXC A. '.1alX AIYIA1-1E own constitution and laws [when ? and portio of-the. delegates Jirutn .
-- -- I the bridle olJ Pennsylvania
-- -- - -------S. of the se/er- put on Ilpsuni, and go\.
lIIac DOw.HJ.2iG, !7TV ATTALLAHASSEE. ulate their own social and do-nestle ; assemble and de a bushel -of corn to come to town with ; and Illinois and Iowa,. refused*o>ttft>for;

IflOLNE AT LAW & AGENTS FOE CLAIMS YlWt hut the word slavery is carefully ; we were doing so. Sally come out and saw Rosam and the corn, this popular and unecp1iqnsbIt.uidjdate. S

BtO. 499, Seventh fln-ct, May 21, 185S. 20. FLA. and it concedes them not the right platform for all the ,aijd hollered, 'What you gointo! dot? I told fested" This same wing of the prty4zaarttrif.' .
PRIVILEGE, admission into the a factious;
WASHINGTON CITY. U of slave,ry' np' hersoftlvas_ I could .that,1 was.Veomhi' to spirit whenever sp occasion
have the' offered. .
before they requisite popnla'ioc.' went in order, town tu get coffee: and don't think They have no sentiment rfeeling '
WILL praetiee the Court caf Claims, and P. B. BrtOKAWS. It > 39100 you in
eent. claims before Congress and the several certainly gives up the three Jirst in the North may Sally made me bitch up Rosum, and said common with us of Jibe South*th cie abhor.
LIVERY ilD SILl $TLBLSTALLAHASSEE. lions of the 12th article and it rence of.1Ayerlab1-or1W.OO
Departments.JS. I waters Do not I let us force she was gom' herself so she was! And I b'l'.e.rid1tzDs alt ,
!8. 1855. SO so that it amounts little otherprinple( C
I or nothing. Americanismis.second.. t
FLORIDA. stand on that arti hitched up Rosum 'cause I loved Sally. ButI > .
The 1st proposition was the chief ourselves. Let us not thought I'd kinder check her, sol pulls off ary consideration ; Abolitionism and next tor.

R. H. BERRY, 'MIE Proprietor would iaI the 12th II't dt Tbc.South that which they my pants and hands 'em to 'Sally, and told it, sectarianism are the rales principles and
form big friends nn l the mantis that the agita'ion' of the subject iufluences which guide and control their .
Auctipneer and Commission her she had better wear them. And ac-
my ; .
public that he has rebuilt hi*, in shall t'ou and conduct /- -- I jf
MEKC WANT.LLLAsZ large Urick Stahlos, nt the <>f
1 : F1a. Sept!t. J 85. 89Wholesale I prepared l to accommodate l Ms frirtiHs.and cu torners. ject in the Territories.no longer! legislate' on J annot succeed with a on Now whnt was I to do t Them was myoOff.als. THE! FjpoiopA !0TLT0.-An: fntsresUn( ;.t
lie also has attached tit hi# St&bles.a l good Clack- nil our views let us : under-all and ..aJ.in.aIl.WeU, comniunication has been' .
.vv. B. -LS smith Shop where b wjll h ve have done all kind of old slim ,. received, at tbe. Ag-
in South demands and has a been tried and al. Sally brought me .an red-striped I ricultural
Plantation work. l1nre.Tifbh&g,and Curriagework Dpartment of the
and Retail Druggist, tIle very best manner and with promptcecs and dis-I mand, in jL'very platform .Democratic and the Const! | linsey dress-cuss the old thing I can just fiom Win F. Rob_ PaJ nr Office

NEWPORT, FLORIDA. patch. or American-3aprrt/Ic"laiigDjige::; [ / : on the councils of tbe see her now, shakin' i it at me. I had to put rison;; /lXordaIiaa.t"]

ORDERS t from Physicians and FLwters'put! up November, 1853. 44.*. -.. -.. ject slavery. It doVft-ftbt'tvaot' to the country, we are it on. ..And.I hadn't mo .'.n gpLi i oJtujU. I see, Florida f- respecting' a spontaneous ff pro :

greatest care. Carriage Buggies and Harness that laws constitutionally enacted pf pu/j. .r eri* sees ft neighbor c'qmin'. ,:i.What'mnst' 1 do, : of the soiin that regiony* itfdoction which' ** in.* .
February 2. 186. 5 obeyed until repealed or decided null .tbJog'.to'' do is, to thinks..I to myself. I run and jumped i into the absence. of anr .other 'name he"qxlitift
LIFE INSt1 .For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. chat authority. It does not want to 1 : We will take this bed,and begun to groan awfuL lie.come ;vi J. ..4.-'. ..',.. v r.-: ,
& CD.
/TMIE Subscriber hnn jn. weired n that a new State shall have the Wo ask of and says, 'Not well Sol r tNo/'AJ'II, 'neigh. potato. ,Ut.4t-say* :. ... ,t ,..,
THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.i JL very large supply of Carringes.Diursics admission. ,It is tired of We will trust to his bor not well My,little imps of cbiider was It grows in the-' sandy soil of-pcrpfo. .
- ACCUKULATCP CATITAL,......$I 1000000. and Harness which be offers sick round snk and woodsy rtear ,the Golf coast is i ..
for sale on the mwt reasonable tennc.November generalities; and as the to do justice ,erjb\ laughin', and perennialwith .
THIS Company" usues. policies'on the lives. of 18.1854., .-,d-' .stands when a man reclaims his slave are American-born, presently little! Bill saj.a,'-'.Mam's coat makes climbing. vine and flower somewfiattwM'1embling'

bole period persons nf life.for OK>THE ne or more MUTUAL venrs.SYSTEM.or f r the ] rirk of his life, and at ten times the fill the offices of the dad groan powerful!!'. :.1 : ..-and that oftlecoDvolvjjJu$ tor movain -

cDirideads detlared to the insured on polido..baud A.L.FISHER of,the slave-when clergj men. r to too exclusion' of .bq';, 1Jl9n'tto' whip BiIJ/J(ore I thought glory. It appears. to bo ,.lifiC"j>rthf.,'

for life. .ATTORNEYAtLAW.TAI.r.AnASSKE.Fj.A lion and States pass 1 personal Kberty" : Neiglibor jumped up and stared at me, root or potato attaining a growth :'to u. tats*

Purr FacncAx. Actuary.-MoaaM FKAVKUK. Pres't .. V.. ,. ambtgBfties and generalities are a Democrat- and no wonder, 'cause my coat hang right year of four or five inches:in. diameter and .

Ty Applications received in Tallahassee by .'A TILL praci "'lfrA/OonrtJ, ; :: f the' Middle Dlsf sparent cheat and fraud on the South. Guesltn, withoqt straight qaW'.n./and didn't touch the floor. by ten to twelve inches fci'vfength ..AspecimMx .

January 19. I86. B. C. LEWIS. 'V trict and in Thomns County.; Ga. And such a fraud is any platform ( -and a .Southern a foot and a half. I was sight, I' tell you. before me-bas'been'pbinted eiatithreyeia.%

I. %:%T Office in the Capitol. 2d s&iry, immediatelyover bushy omits \fontshtcry'bnd; uses before the country, And this was al!1 'caa e he interfered in my and tbe root is more than t1airtee */.Jnc e In
AGENCY: OF THE //ETNA INSURANCE CO. tile room of the Clerk of tbe Supreme Court. diameter, with numerous
J.ulf.SI.1855. 29-ly about phrases circumlocutions! to I conservatives of the family. Well neighbor kinder compromised offshoot or radicles,

.-**- ,?4rTTAi.1.-................$500,000. pressing plain ideas. ( -t 'tween.me and"t,Sally, .n4Jgit my:pants, and would) probably) >jveigh; '..fromthirty ta .

THE ttademgned.Agent or the above Company E. BARNAB.D. lr.f tbenite platform'!* the sauio in $! onr American prin bat I guess I sleptwith{t fora'oa Ii".the t ext forty pow The tastr '.trf..,l.kW4.,

recctre applieatioos fur and nake insurance .' as the old why the change ? If it is i the end, Unembar mQuth! fll.aUy -come t on lo,4own and resembling 4hax; the Jrtsb potato orors'ifcti**
*cainstloM r !. -m by ?ireoI.Bcackgnd- < Frame BuilJinfs WILL: c6;*nt Tilt A" South has no use for it.* the American' in. gotthe coffee! and wbtdo, jou. tbiuk she any thingeIie.* .StvTrrd.Tscraila" had'aMt.4t .
611 nuwre,Acrcoanaize,ce. .
axmsry1L1836. 'S' D. O. LW1S. DRUG & MEDICINE I I BUSINESS I The new platform 'leaves the \ iiUime make ,them told lie 'storekeepers Why, not to credit has never been cultivated. as an artitli of

SIGj' who stand upon perfectly free to i, me I come!.to .J tovn, after few days,:and food but from its pleasant tnsteamf iptoiifio .
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JOHN, W. EVAJS, r.AT TKZ A1 gainst the fugitive slave law for tie u our views, tf as wanted to boy ,some. goods, and the store. qualities J gould infer'that itwOttid prove

ATTORNEY) AT LAW, : slavery! in the District, for !( \ party,'orVbur keepers said they,reckoned I was/brok as a desirable addition,.to' tl&jitt ofjvar; root

.. 'BACTBKX00B, OEO, OT THE HOBTABj'Oorner : I trade in slaves between difiVreut., to- the masthead my wife told 'em ttotfb"efedit
VJILL.p. prompt aUentioo to all frtfanes en for.the restoration of the Missouri t : the 'battle, satisfied deration, couldn't. I squashed her! 'could. Irish and.sweet potato tTnem'"osaparattTtl/
1*' trusted;ibis: care;*the Coontie 4iY Thomas, J. niUeand, it specially denounces 'the dishonor and no n't stand it! anylonger'; ,/I cut '(or'a forrin worthless and uipwdactlve ?tat- ouki *iou,
Ctinion8fd! Monroe sti. ts TalUhassee.It .
De .'\et.'Diridjerty.,Calhoun, Early) and Clay J&tIa of 8\ : < of that compromi .b, denouncing tbe. country-7-and this was all 'caQH. he Interfered I (ike the wand of.tie'enijh4 ,ha trsstfor.' ',
February 17,1S8S.: 7 tf rrnf .. ." $ med thtm.in i.-
-" dent forabetting if. do-that whioh! .J in my fatfflJy] .' -Eat I guess I badnVbeen wonderfnl-BWH>errand my bei

LtJG. Q1LBRIITB, .Glass, 'Gils, While Lead,. &c. I do noten vy the Southern man who South has, too many gone .long '(ore Sally'writ for me,'and said hold them in iKUTeroaitiuv;. ceceptaMealika: .
.' BOXES Window Glacs.assorted sizes. 100 she loved me harder tbau'ever she did. SoI at the tabU.ef tbHeh and of the and/ .-
4TTbREYktILW,LtAtI.A.SIEJ, i... 90'0' takes to defend thtrnev platform after. n one, and the from poor,;
ir A.WNG7O113'ATflI( hue ueoei: \ Kegs White LeAd;pun extra& No.1.S standing on tbe old one.' %,. *,of. i '.,* three or.four in : come home, and.Sail! ? :did love me as ahe'oae' their .exceeding iprodactiveoes t carry- .
Lineeed Oil) ink. plenty
_. barrels todidlad UMed'aUy, and the.cbiider 'wberejwrhaps, >
u gacnt..thjg.
ated t.betMe MHJie ywscti i eoLa.. They .1 was member of the National .
YiU att-d P1iLsa 1..1GJd1.c.w;,L12. Suo fiOKegsfinc* JS* ly&!Pamt?*., both in. June, and! February.., ID ,. which several .they.loved rue .J and I. loved JtnemjVimd;: they otherwtsVwi'ry.on jU'liioosaadrAflaHay -;
;f .ashy. .
r we not be.
e.r muab and don1
rts of the United fl .!O packages Rre-proof Paint,,(1ib1s.2d i tioU.) desired at first to exclude the 9ae tion. States have concur. 'eat com ,bread and" permitted hope :.
:t CirrekTnuBOiU. WLCojq4 VJIM.V iiUTarpentin -- 'from the I wear out:.bat :three doortloIleathezayeatandtl something.from-this new species f;. >$' .. "
& .Ooart.trj.. :.- ': very platform, deuauncing, ;: 6' r tG'witl Phey should'be !
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weelCsjidcobody fare
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.ZNI GliT,. t. ... in the Noitt,4t1 o had declared anti.sl f)fi Sona &nt oar '' ?:ar ..

AUCT1NEER4CMMISPN, MERCHANT I .. Just. Received.J 'r( tat b(partof, Oi1i u4Xiuericau ] /nppov&jt.; ,. But, NxeiioLAS, ,C!. i.,H....v ., -'r.. 1t .ma.....' -Ii,'I Tho_1 .aAb1a''.. ; ;'1 1P .: -,

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$ TiLLUL''tI2Ifl4.' .Li'Da ; k4yfiTs Brsnd7Prs b 'and proVtitoled the organization : hereaftpriK1 will is nndM d1...feat MessrsttSherroanvHowanj hOI .1' -.t
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.:..;"-:.fl'B,* *.fto Wii..,..,'\-"-'''. *. e m\.r'\ 01Jri n ..4M-_mW",";B'.zauhorid t"t"m A -pcccpiiatewarsI.or for Pre> -identand- -! hitoself( for 1 Governor- *"of .100.' J. r '
-- ,O 1'olico The trouble AmerieTiri JFp cnlUn jjncBlipn HSvas.our decided Qhiefjof lately -"';..TheVCtuOratlctatGL.onvent1on'. ) O (- ", --k- -. .i' ': ':- ," i three !l k ;. Th ji P1'cr, :maybe p. i induced 1rO..t 'ing to'JDd J in:>fho( NewYo1n: ppOsitrM'j't. fo or III t'1"
v' cfiptdrVrf come wkhWseeet *. ,.
) by the, Commissioner i ". ?, who Jyerc.ap.pointed,' npminUroq; !; pfpwididatrtfor, : verrior, Congress those -'who. .oppaseSlper,'. ttzteto'ti:.. b einig ation'tij'lh West.irhaollowinfr.rates t. Wright In that !letter.Mr. F. throws Whole I'a. .' f, at.- .

to inveJrtigWto'thb Jttithx&Thrdnt1v.1t hift8, ,_&CpflTftSfit' Madison on Wednesdaynext. 1Jlac ibcytnd_ dtoa.... .. .."...t.U, ,.'r...,I, t.(t.,."I-" S : will ba paid ,by.him. all sorts of,abuse on tho class.of. citizens 're or-''.the comletion#' ofFitb .'..6L.."' .... :, vi<

evident Whether he boriin this country or and not thatlhe'JhatmVtt&tion Uponitsaction} d pfnds,in judgment, Now it is such] ap' 'aspect.of.the tIIi1E l as f.ir; Indians l delivered. at Ft. Brooke or Ft. fered to, intimating pretty strongly that their! Mm.'t It '. ..1er
c. me gdp .
.r of,hen hrs-fa ,inSl m "'eV .Wiko1 $>e rxjtllion of;:Flcrida i in the iwxt election. A is thus prewlAeiJt y.hV( Hi. ; i Myere'Vtti ," exercise of the right of franchise" .is danger ( this an1eDdmenf. _- "'. ""II"WlItI I.. :.
him. What Branch and n Briggs will do in wiz .-nd judicious! selection standard.be.ariers 'kwhich"musl L.strike every:common-s: ns !tmrfd For. '. c.Ie.'ach Warrior from' $250.00to:': 8500,00 oas'to the liberties of1 tile country. .Mf.Gay's ., tetr- Lnr".'.. :_, -7 f ,, -
Woman, 1.., J 150,00 to'200,00 .f4", $ _
the.,( \ej .of;"tint .jdmwoa,, deponent.; ay eth-' will. give us the State, beyond a peradvenlore' as-)being cotrectrthaf. thcaW havV'bforhpied. .( ;" Boy cverTlOji alQ9,09 Ijto 200,00 'reply to'that letter Las never yet been that. ,.if-b.Smnate. tmde.:-.i.a.-' J..d-.1Ii' : ... .'
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not.. ...4, : .i : The crisis'needs men of tried Democracy 1. 4hIiu4Uonil" will be that we aroawaw o4.'so .tbat-hs ; )
Mr. P.ike to counsvi i A uniozi of, 'The bijg'jeijl t ,ritet? .aRbpve, paid published IeIiW '
-" Signer Lnlgi Arditi's new opo.ra" La Spia" eaiWeofbeiringiloft the banner that! men. under the Democratic i -fj n.Ni'pro Tdf.all'wepUhVin'firm1'eH' ,:bednddenatud J1e1p.l sentiments on the occasion .of his. defeat in : -. .l..A- Gra.
founded the of Cooper's Spy, was J 'f" '
c' presented on Jast.story t"to.tbe.worWf t e Academy : shall' be. coram1tte4.to:then: Karider'in'aTnaflhcf' osituon'cnn be plainer} thin' \ thi'ai Jt'j'wilrquir l '..in which cases,the rate (not less the than Agent the'manner mentioned by Mr.Fillmore 'areunknown. been appro pti4sdfQ&Mark'L'Th .L"t.UIII!.& <
the minimum above be fixed
of isj( aadachieved-a: s c es The that;wiU.inspire the cbnfi.deuce Vf the people' the'united votes and' ':action of. nlV natfonal J Board. ) will by; .. But six years thereafter,he wrotea FCIlIil '
or a the bead of the .
house-was crowded, and much enthusiasm i in the cause and.its advocates, and challenge men i in-all parfs'of the, c untryt.4; ti.pq.tV* here letter Gardner Jones, President of the
that the this .
The Peninsular! hopes policy sum ortfM"1fj'r} ,
- was manifested.La-, Swa" Is the fourth th of.the of 'Notre. ,Dane da ,Lac, near
oppositions Black but if these national University babeeiiees.
'. respect repubhicanism, men tion of tI boinit4. 'Jt "
origirinl OeT 4. prdUteLt.I n.At11cP. cs. Mr.Stra: indicated: will be so far modified an,to.embrac* -, .1..";'. ..
Wewould disabuse the minds of such of stiffer themselves be is South Bend, .Indiana, .which most clearly ded t to- t. C.
}:y's J1i.1:4: : ;t1te first, l\1rs. to divided, it.not equally a rewaid\ for every Indian cn ptured dead or as."$ Juo; 0Ili e.

) -Y1oU\mi di Na oW' the second, and our party friends as'imagine that there} is be. plain that the triumph of the free-soilers, in the alive.?' Such a policy would justifiable shows 'his'total want of sympathy .with the SLMar 'c je sabjecUd 1bersvanof ytC* ,

Mr. Brhtow'a Rip Van"Winkle" the third. fore us an easy triumph. There never .was a language of the Courier, is. placed beyond on the score of'the cruel and treacherous Native American" sentiment so prevalent in (ovvran4; where thersisno teame.ft'er.'IO place ia'the, ;tsock:.0-

At the Broadway.' Theatre, Mazeppa," an greater mistake. The campaign will be one 1111 l question T' .. certain Northern cities a few J'eais'previae I, country to thenumbea1n8tMThe ; .'
character of the proportion .,
.- cqaettrian drama, isbeing' performed. Wai- of the most bitter in our political history.- at least'so fur as Catholics are. concerned.We .- seamen come there from ther.:
)lack is week, for the enme we also find the following
"giviag .us A Shaksperian paper
What we have EO recently witnessed in Virginia publish that letter below. Who will States of New EngIandI'or Florida,
> which wefought to thank pur stars-nnd Lau: FOR THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAt.Mr. :
I Tennessee be doubt after reading it, that Kentucky's eloquent scarcely any seamen... When the yellow,ft.
Georgia ,
I ra Kcene iras.roade-a double hit in choosing may reenacted Editor :-The ad valorem system of ('The following we compile from a report -
attacks the it 'if most
,' a play. -CacSille -in which she excels, and .on. our own soil. Bravado, boasting,bul. taxation, adopted at the l last session of our 6f Capt. Hooker's, dated Ft. Meade, son, had he been spared to his country, abandoned ver and town seamen die tnfreiitfy Ibotnl,
them on
which affords her audience great Satisfaction. lying, falsehood, and all manner of abuse and legislature} is 'either greatly misunderstood, M'ch 25th 1856: : would have raised his voice in rebuke of that their vessels with litdo' attention' .

The famous Northern Light" was put in. slander, were the favorite arguments cf Know or very oppressivein" its operation.' *' Right lt Lieut. John Parker returned from a mad spirit of bigotry which seeks to complicate to them. This U very a humane bject. T&rt g !
to dry dotk yesterday for rt irs. The new no man, is a maxim as true it is '
p wrnpgs as seven-days' scout the E. side of Peas
Nothingism in those States, and if rel'at din.Flo'rida the difficulties now threatening the peaceof are already in the deficiency bill several items :
U. S. Steam !Frigate".!' 1\ingara"lS taken old. An nd valorem system is truly a just Creek the found Indian signs in
; '
which dd ieneieL'- There is
.. Into the Navy Yard Dry Dock yesterday, in our candidates will be looked to system. It is hot the system" but come of some places ; in one place a considerable the Union by invoking a religious- prescriptive for are not the ditch aa iterf '

order to have her -engines nnd other inteaior to expose hypocricy and lay bare to the gaze the detnils of the recent act of our-tepielaturo i number of tre's were blazed ; in another a war ? hocs filling t f Norfolk np whlchls analogont oJuejUtc.tik",:. .
> ,
.. appurtenances'fitted, 'and arranged. of the people the rottenness of the cause that to which I wish to allude. In the 2nd '!'c- calf was found, supposed to (lhave been killed WASHIXGTOX, March 23, 1860. That is to the health 'of.t st frier. .

At the Lower Toltcie Court yesterday, thirteen relies opon such means for its success. To lion of that act it is enacted, ambng other I by Indians ; a bunch of hogs was also found lhAL SIB: I have received and attentively perusedthe stricken city.preserve It is not strictly 'a deficlracj "
ctreet-walkers were brought before Justice things That all notes nnd obligations what l letter which the instance of the
nt and
belonging to the Indians, three or four of president
do this should not be of tried but I voted for it and I hope it win U
Conpolly in' charge of' a'policeman. they only men ever" stint!'be taxed. Has the assessor discretionary which were killed by the men. A thorough faculty of the University of the Notre Dame da Lac, r*
were wl arrested on Sunday night in Democracy but of a stamp sufficient for the to assess the valae of : you addressed to me the 4th inst. la that letter they tamed In the bill ; but this is a. deficiency,
They power p.-i- search was made, but no Indians were discovered. -
done the honor to their and it is recommended the
Franklin anci-.the streets where If they are of this character and like the above, must the face of the nave me express approbation by proper Depart. .
emergency. pers or On their return, a was discovered of
camp of a speech of mine in the Senate the United States meet and.by.the Committee; on Commerce.It .
they w'erepotambu1ating and making night are cordially sustained by the press and party obligation be taxed ? The latter, it is supposed within two miles of Ft. Hartsuff the object of which was to heal all differences,and will not injure the of the 'bill
hideous with their'yrlls and obscenitj' The the law intended. Most men of busi- amicably to adjust all controversies, arising oat of the passage
throughout the State, as they will be, a brilliant which bad been made but a few days previ through the House. If any other marke
ii entire party wWrone or two exceptions, were ness have obligations which are nearly or ously. Lieut. Parker's command was in existence of slavery in the United States. Such testimony -
victory awaits u!. proceeding ircm a highly-respectable body of hospital stands on the came ground, in n>y
Blockwell's Island for three months. worthless and that be
sent to perhaps quite must health the
To the the good ; horses were considerably gentlemen, retired from the world, and regarding justly judgment should be included in the bilL
The Common Council of Brooklyn has resolved delegates composing Convention taxed which possesses no value, or at least a reduced by the onerous service performed. 1 the interests which belong to another and future amendment is:

upon a general retrenchment of expenses we would counsel moderation concilia- doubtful one f This law operates unjustly as, Corp'l J. Moore, Commanding a Detach state of existence as paramount to all others affords marine 8t -

and lias. commenced this 'J leform by tion, harmony. No sectional feeling should} it taxes debts as well as credits. One man ment nt Manatee, reports Indian signs S. and me an inexpressible degree of satisfaction.Nor Florida For completing, fl2000; in the addition to hospital the sum at already lfax\
furnish: the Table-with holds the value of in obligation. is this at all diminished by the fart that we appropriated.
refusing to Reporter's allowed propertj an E. of the settlement. .
be for one moment to distract their to different for I have
happen profess religion.; never
By tins ms er.strolie..of policy some while the other holds the property itself; The Hooker's concludes in the following -
papers. deliberations. The motto of each should be Capt. report believed that that of- the Catholics was anti-American TBe amendment wu agreed to.
_ tico gJiulingsraitcetti i is saved to the Tf aEllr.v. value of the property is twice represented language : Doubtless the Indiansare and hostile to civil liberty. On the contrary I Mr. HAM LIN. I to reDeW
A meeting was held last night at the Broad "every thing for the Cause-nothing for men." and twice taxed. In this respect ..the;law. is scattered along oar entire (frontier nnd have with great pleasure, and with sincere conviction, other now which propose

way Tabernacle, the. dbject;of which was to Such a spirit will eventuate in auspicious re- grossly unjust. But the crowning' ,objection we must be active in our du'ics, or the settle on several public occasions borne testimony to my from two the Committee amendments, Commerce were reporttJ i in
devise .which material aid might to this law is the centum established. It perfect persuasion that Catholics were as much devoted on cos-
rneanby bp will suffer.
salts, while the opposite will but serve to divide per ments to civil liberty, and as much animated by patriotim nection with this :
obtained for Kansas.* *Tbere-was;; large as-' .'a'rid'alien tc. is too high. The taxes of tho citizens' Marion -ia:_. as those who belong to the Protestant creed.I

emblage bf Arsons ; -the sentiments; .were, :_ County are nearly tripled this year,.while Fillmore an. Anti-Mason. am not surprised that in the seclusion of those da To f 5,000.complete the enstoa-boost at Proucola\ Fieri-

finti-slaverybut"m6derato. A collection r was Mr. o. County tax is less than last year. *.\Vhyis 'V "6nd in the New York Mirror-an -independent -, whom yon represent great solicitude should be felt For the completion of tbe.marme JtoepiUl at Gals-
taken up to ai
and a committee bf..fivewas. appointed to dir- Party Sooth. failing Is our State hoarding' upluV people's Whig paper- willing. to support ouKsurest guarantee of peace order. liberty and pub cover compensation to architect,superintendence
"" Fillmore if it shall turn out that ho did not lie happiness. I hope and believe that danger which vertisuig. anJ other contiogent and to michaa
burse the'samCity ?/ ', e.publish on the first page of to-day's pa- ; money at Tallahassee ? la she taking appeared to threaten it have diminished:; but there is be ezpenaesv uit.tiU forUebaidit
has isen in value this : stock in the Bank itcd under himself initiation into the still occasion for Uw exercise of may required to purchase a
property Spring, per, an address from Mr. Albert Pike to the I largely contempt degrade by mum great a spirit of concord >g. to be paid out of any money la the Tmsary -
a I about ten per"cent if the rise in rents may betaken the recent act or in Rail Road operations-?- meries of Know-Nothingism set of resolutions mutual concession and harmony.I m t otherwise appropriated. .
Southern members of the American .
_ as a criterion.About\ this time last Party.Mr. Is this increased fund to clear ruins ,'or to remove request yon to present to the president and faculty Mr. HUNTER. If these amend.
the anti-Masons of Buffalo we
adopted by assurance of my respectful acknowledgment, and pat
P. was a delegate to the late PhiladelphiaK.
had-falilen{ from "fifteen to the Seminoles ? These questions.oc
year rents twenty the 15th day of October 1828. The except yourself those of your respectful and obedient ments on the bill, we shall have.to .make ap.
per cent .A'S'New York landlords are guided N. Convention,from the State of Arkansas, cur to the people as pertinent Men of intelligence servant, H.'CLAY. propriations (or other custom-hooaea andaa-

opry bythe aWKty oflheir tenants to pay, as and is perhaps the only one of all the Southern cannot tee the policy of this extraordinary Mirror says: At that convention* of delegates __. rine hospitals. The Senator from Florida

oorf as good finics j "r tnrn rents, will regain. delegates in that body who kept his word tax. Will one of the Law makers or ; called together to oppoSe the political .' 'Alderman* Thompson. put the case of the hospital at St. Mark'a on

if they "dOJ t ot exceed.the 1' former rates. the Editor enlighten the people and oblige prostitution of Masonry, Millard: Fillmore but there "ia
_ and finally withdrew from it on the repeal of We" notice that at the recent municipal election peculiar grounds, .no, necessity
A grand". ball isto'take place' tomorrow many citizens ? AGTRICOKA.Remarfo. who had previously acted with the Jacksoniart in Galveston, Texas, Hon. Leslie A. fur appropriating money for ,these buildingsin
Section. The of the
sight at the Academy Music, for the benefit the12th; most delegates ., Republicans'or Democrats, was nominated asa Thompson formerly an Associate! Justice of order to supply deficiencies any man thaa
of the N1J1"6Cry. for-,Destitute .Children. It hreatencd manfully to be very independent for other work and betides:
the continuing
Supreme Court of this State, was elected any ; ,
-Want and the great It is not a dim cult matter to answer the candidate for tfre Assembly, and an address, ,
promises.to be a affair, bur nt the hour ef trial their threats were found Alderman from the 1st Ward in that city.- as I understand, these are..not asked (or aa

event"of the season. Tub spJlfntfid bands of.to "bo'aJfljrayadoNot so-with' Mr. Pike.He .- inquiries of" Agricola." The.law is clear as setting forth the principles of the party and Alderman Thompson is a"Democrat"JudgeThompson deficiencies by the Department, and are not .

music known as NbTsanSalso Ktber'shave did wbathe. said he would do-thus giv. to notes and obligations rendered taxable.- the issues at stake, was adopted. Wo give' was a Whig.-Jacksonville Republican 'so estimated. At'any rate it seem to me OB

both bjeiigaed for the occa ion.- the Black in I The 2d section says t they: shall be taxed, like the points: April 3. their face that there i U no more reason way
that Convention
baOTis". ing Republicans
This likely to remarkably
great .prove all other raluc thereof 1 t '''J111 t large of ekizens who d. not these should be inserted than many other eases
'to'understand that property, upon the ; a body our The American risen
successful in jts behalf '. there "WAS at least party having
... : one belong to the order are mysteriously iuflueneed by upon. in which. there are pabUcL. works iA RfIAfter
Some excitement x M:ated on"Monday, ] fclavc-holiIJng State represented there with sufficient and the 9th section requires the persons own- liose who do." the ruins and in mite of-th npjv li1iton; ; At t E '

I: ..; in the neighborhood of Grand and,Essex '8. "liatk-bnna" tn. ,1" -.-. .'t o ---- : illU ,t1PCA" .. --.I _I'.o--" s. ..._. ,. -.societies*-? ...),.to..oi.ijutucve be ewenti.illy the opjx spirit.seil of to Masonry the security (secret -- Whig party Judge Thompson, in common further debate, in which Messrs. Wet.I
; i them under oathso that it is tho .
ton n i 'droggi1-ha\'ing been made \.i ha than talk. owner of the citizens to the impartial administration of with hundreds, of other Whigs, not appreciating ler, Wilson,TrumbuII and others participated
Elizabeth How. To 'the and not the Tax-assessor who is to determine the laws and tan clue reverence t. reJi on." the mode and
cowhide by a female) named Whigs and old Democrats who manner of the ruin, and the amendment proposed by.Mr. Hamlin mu
3. "The institution is at war with the spirit of our
nn. Tht' accused, it is alleged, met the complainant joined the mushroom party, and who are now their value. The assessor has no power to free government, hostile to all equality nf rights and abhorring the unconstitutional designs, the rejected. The appropriation moved by Mr

in the street, and withont any notice assess the value of species of property, an impassable barrier to Iheadministra'lionof Justice."
: of their action any oaths and mummeries of the
so ashamed as to make it a grips new organ. Mallory -was retained in the bill and ,should
: commenced'nft'indi&rirbihate iti l'Jc'upon his 4. "The equality of rights which the Const it ntion,
face and ncth'f r.p imbsiw:: .ith'the cowhide. *Thc ,I difficuty matter to ind one bold enough to acknowledge except when persons refuse or neglect to expressly gimrautets cannot exist while n Secret Souty izati, allied himself with tho Democracy as it successfully pass the ordeal of the Hoosr .

-. reason for this cohflact has not been satisfactorily that he was an original Know make returns themselves} and even the pos. : and shelters order its members he nnd the ascendancy of law the only party capable of rescuing the coun the mach desired and )long-needed Hospitalwill
good cannot maintained in a communitywhile
: cxplained, althongh tHe neighborhood Nothing, we commend a careful perusal of session, of this power is very questionable. an cxten.M and an influential body of men try from the threatened control of religious be secured. -

: uy that it nil grew out. of tome idle words Mr. Pike's address. Neither are "notes and obligations" be claim nn.i exercise the power of imposing nnd enforcing bigots and run.mad fanatics. Where else -

Jet fall by the drtiggist in reference (to the' fair Mr. P's..proposition for at Southern 'Convention taxed according to what they call for on their obligations with the laws which and must duties often ot society.coir.c in direct collision would the Republican have him go ? Peace Certain. .

aesailant'sjchafacter.A team of the Order, as a means of remedying face, but, as already said, according to their 5. Moral sentiment constitutes the 'nlyVeApnrt A despatch to the N. Y. Courier % E.i
fir 'e'ngne was playing for exercise with which the
of secret societies Wakulla
stronghold County.
yesterday afterrfoon in the Park. The the mischief perpetrated at Philadelphia, value. Open accounts, not being notes or ) can IM assailed and this engine, Ir properly directed quirer is to thj following effect:

r stream was,kept ,up_.f5r three hours steady, will strike ever sensible- mind as wrong. Such obligations are not taxable. ,'il.1.prove sufficient to battle down iU bulwarks The Democrats of Wakulla, in -public meeting WASIIWOTOS, Tuesday ght, A pill,1. 'S

*nozzle: of inch diameter thinks that and expose to the gaze and derision) of the assembled at which Col. S. B.
and she threw :tli
p n 1J a course can accomplish no good. The real AgMcola" obligations given world the mystic mummery with which it has shroud meeting The Treaty of Peace, between England

350 gallons of .water tli a minute.- struggle is to bo between national men rallying for property purchased ought not to.be taxed, ed it* deceitful and del eatable principles. Richardson presided and J. II. Partridge was France, Sardinia, and Russia. wat-formall/ '

--I Through inch 4i .a-ialf nozzle, bhe threw under the Democratic banner and the as that is taxing property twice. Let us see It id rain to temporize and palter with our Secretary, have appointed the following dele agreed to at Paris,.on Ju'e 12th March.., ,It
430 gallons. She idpes.nqt pretend to thrown duty. If we wish to destroy the baneful influence of
awaits ratification he
: higher or a larger stream than a hand- Black .Republicans, and Know Nothingjsm- how that woiks. A. buys a negro frcm B. Masonry (secret societies) we must withhold our vote gates to the Madison Convention : T. J. M. % to .< proclaimed.J.V..- UV

( tvo-ked mehinbit to keep longer at it. as a distinct organization in the South can and gives him his obligation therefor. The that fri ri in those some who cases support personal it and.We frankly political acknowledge friendship' Richardson, Thos. Rowell, Perry L. Barring. _

Ten spry young Indiansrmiale-and female,' only cmbarrrass the contest and fearfully in State protects A. in the possession, enjoyment render (this duty painful and difficult to perform, but ton, D. Richardson, C. Revill, R.A. Bradham, Edior of the Floridian 4 Journal :

- In full American co&tume, drove down Broadway creaseihe chances of the free-soilers. This and! use of the negro, and in return taxes the as honest and faithful/ citizen: we are bound to sacrifice Wm. Fisher, Alfred Harvey, A. B. Noyes, DEAR Six:-I beg leave through your.
coaches and our predilections for individuals to the and '
made in a couple stare.of The yesterday paftirnlarly, result! is 'well understood at the North, and negro for this protection. That looks just. success of the important priucipjes w! hare safety espoused Wm.. K. Beard, Jos. Allen, ['Hiram Smith, Journal to suggest to tho citizens ,of,Florida';>

I were in many full feather. Where squaws were the Police ? produces, as a matter of course, intense rejoicing On! the other hand, it establishes Courts; pays our and rights why should, which WII our startle at a measure have in defense of and II. L. Henderson.Tho the name of Gen. WIHTFIXLD as a soitabZ ,

A curious case for libel.can1e. .up before .among the Black Republicans. TheN.Y. Judges and other officers as a means of affording used to usurp them I They opponents are bound by successfully oath ToVOTK meeting was appropriately addressedby person to fill tho gubernatorial chair, for the '

Judge Ducr yesterday. The complainant alleges Courier Enquirer J among the ablest to B. the opportunity of enforcing the I'OE A BROTHER" BEFORE JUTS rEasoN Of EQUAL Capt. A. Perry Amaker and Col. Hugh next term. JEFFERSON.. !,
- that the defendant, who'i a boy about collection of his and in retun. QCALiincATiojr, and "to support his military and political Archer. 4th -
and most influential of the opposition press, obligation, tax- preferment in opposition to another? I April 1850.
17 of stole the chemise of.plaintiff
years age, him in the Is j it in self defence, -
presents the matter thus : es proportion to protection thus necessary (to resist this alarming -
-., who is a young gill I, and upon it drew some conspiracy? Can we shut our eyes to the fact COLUMBIA Cou'fTv.-A Democratic meeting Problem 2. /
_- improper and obscene characters ; tfcrt he did With t this I BKornnce .(cuppott at_the South., njl 1 1prosp'd extended. In this respect the policy of the "that ambitious and dcsi nin-! men hare attiiihd .
of BIT. fiLLNOEES ttbdrnu from the law be themselves to this institution r;; was held Alligator on the 31st of March, The area of a square fieli vru Inereasol ?
it up in an envelope, addressed to her while being seems to equally just as in the case to oltAithatp u
- she was tending store, staying that" it was a next Ciintest necessarily erasesaud; consequently, itbncomcs of A. ment of which they were undeserving t When it at which the following gentlemen were appointed equal to eight and one-tenth acres by adding..
a mutter of absolute certnfnty, that there will shall become well established'
_..,. bundle for her, that he had found it in the bu three candidates in the field for the next I'rrsidrn Agricola" objects to the rate of taxation, societies) bat ceased to afford its that superior Masonry advantage(secret delegates to the Madison Convention on one side a strip of land as long as the side'

I atreet." She opened it and the figures were cy. viz: the Democratic candidate t(' to nominatedat.Cincinnati and wishes to know what is to be done withso for political ot jf ts, (he great inducements that now : of the field and one.eighth as wide, and by ad-,. %
exposed to the ,'icof those in the store, in June. upon the Isicis of the Knnfas sustain the institution will be lost.
Nebraska bill and the extension' of Slavery into the much If he will examine thp last M. W. Smith, T. 1%!.. Mickler, A. Y.-Allen, ding to an adjacent side a.strip :uine.egbthir'st
I. she in good name fame money. We the
was injured tho above for
give of those
., Territories;UILLABD FILLUOBX nominated by the 'v. O. Jeffreys, M. P. Doby G. Vinzant, G. as long.and one.eighth wide the original*
as as
and character &c. She theicfore S5 of the Governor ho will understand
prays ,- Know Nothings and pledged: to sustain the action of message soon Know Nothings among us who are Masons, E. McClellan,J.T. Blaisden, Mathins Mickler aide.
000 damages. the Democracy ;iu the repral nf the' Missouri Compro- why the rate was put at so high a fig- W. H. I .- ,'. t
Cone J. E.
The question has' often been asked why miw to the siime extent as the Democracy itself;- somo remember the fierce war King'Alex.-Hunt, Herod Required the origins side ofthe flelL'' ;\
and the nominee of the ure by the Legislature. The State is in debt made their institution They Raulerson, W. A. Sheffield, E. H. Elder, '.1'/0
don't illustrated succeed this Republican party. upon years ago. 'B "
newspapers The Democratic will of receive the 8181,872.62-the most of, which is bearing Chas. l\f&rtin, B. C."Weeds':.John. Prevatt J.M. .. '
party o.uric
as well as in England ?I" and artswered now see in their candidate for the Presidency, Answer to Prob. 1:3 45 rods...
: couniry
support of all the members of that party:who approve interest and contracted for the 1 Crews, John Harvey, Moses Barber, Chas. acres, sqr. .
*' those that bayp hitherto failed lacked of the repeal of the-Missouri Compromise.' Mr. protectionof one of their bitter persecutors and traducers S WU _

.t capital/tand the necessary experience' As itoiK, will, in like tnnnner, teceire the votes of t"U-1 our frontier inhabitants against Indian dep who McKenny, George Coombes Jacob Godwin, IuroJtTANT.--teu. Churchill, Inspector

.instance of the expenditure upon orte/I Whigs who approve of that uncalled for proceeding redations. Of the 865,000 of scrip Jssu dto: -rone endeavored to1 destroy their order Nathaniel, Bryan, Levi Cook, W. TNibIack, General U. S/ Array,'passed up the there ofr'"
.Leslie's Illustrated and of the Shivery agitation and the Kansas outrages by retailing the falsehoods about' the adduction William Hancock, Durham Hancock, S. last h.Y .
take Frank Newspaper Wednesday on Tampa.
which necessarily followed. And the nnminee of the pay volunteers in.service in 1849, (issued do of and Bums, J.-W. Jones, A. A. Stewart ;
"hundred Morgan, monstrosities: undentand be is the
on which are- employed over two sent by SeCTetnfof
,., : persons, at from -salaries ranging from 86 to ted Republican by every party individual will.of course matter, be to cordiallysuppor what party he, ring Gov. Brown's administration,) not a dollar !-I charged to their acconut. Wafrfof tHe ezpresa'purpose of examin ,

-.; 860 a week. Tliwe include seven editors, may hare belonged In-retof-ic; who is honestly opposed .-had been paid, either of principal pr interest What a beautiful'political& record lie mode Island..Election.' ing into the true condition of oar Indian sf- ;

I over forty engraverstwelve of our very best to .the action extension of the of Slara/y into free territory (then amounting to, upwards of 873. to be sure. The Sentinel presents him COLUMBIA, April 3.-The Republican, and fairs, and'if possible, devising' some means c(*

I L fitiUts, (as also the principal resident artists who by the locks direct the repeal General of the Missouri Government, and 000)) up to the commencement of the'present urges American coalition have ele ted' their whole speedily removing the .remnant of the S .
in the Union and Canada upon Compromise upon "the platform of his antecedents !"- ticket noles from thflT limiu of > "
\: fn every large city ) : IIi a bleach plighted faith,to which and to and the increase in taxes, was made State except Lieutenant Governor.The ou Sta .bf.
: who draw on wood, besides'a'dozen or more which only is fairly attributable the renewal of the I year What are they ? First-a "Jacksonian Re. Legislature it doubtful.flCOtD .- looks like more enersetia action Wd!( ..

-; ., of our first sketchers and designers, and a existing Slavery agitation and the abominable outrages with the view of meeting this and other indebtedness. publican or Democrat"-then "an anti-Mason \'. for the future,'Aanh b1Mi\ron t-- ..

) t small of setters, proof-readera, vliich have recwnUy Len perpetrated In Kansas ; ; DMPATCH. ted.vule.rcc flfarch
army type under the protection of if Dot with the direct unction 11 -next au Abolitionist, (see his letter 'to" the COLUMBIA Amerfel'n..and 27-
"dEWlli" and others nsually employed We trust, after this showing, men of in-' I Ap'rilfh )
k pressmen ,of tbe Executive bead of the Government. Abolition Society of the County of Erie "
Republicans have elected IberrYhol ticket
in s Is/ge jprfntfr -;fe'ttablishrnent. AH .8thlsthe programme, of the next Presidential telligence" will not fail to understand the' Prom WJJ\J .. r .4-S .
_ this exclusive the of .and free to corfeta. that written in'llthen) a Whig-and finally by 3,000 majority, andcarried both branch
? t this too. of expense keepIng campaign; we are we are of ; '.'V lm1fOTOt'' April 7.-In the Hot ,,toi.d&y. ..
1 : thrt of tto largest sUam'presses running most Ihonkffil 'to Mr.FJUMOBC. and hi. friend fi-r policy extraordinary tax, and<| to,ap 'a Know. Nothing He has emphatically' e a of the egisl tare.. '
this result Of eoure ,will i it the tote aS'apptk'iiion was made ler the ____.- ",
_ i day and night. There (s an expense 'attendant having vote for produced fro Fu.uioz.wbowould but in, nobody the existing prove too.' "JI .tax should prove :/'proved! all things. The secret of this victory trill be undeK fiort w .

j I; npon printing a paper of any .kind that. stale of afirtin,'have voted for the Dfmotratie.instead. higher.than necessary, the next Legislalare i ; ;., _-_ __ stood reading therollow.lng'ro New of Kansjttjpto Ue1lQJ cco l f

lIJDBun1.l.a1mDJt to the sublime.. ,*'*: : of the fiepdbJiean tickct'Ttnd therefore necessarily which will then have reliable data to govpon. The\ Black, l blicmu.-G eI1. the, .Tribune' .written. : from. with ..CoQltit.qt on. )TUssbf., ferT-.iI
york Providence '
1.,: -..?.. :.aOTHA1L" tit;.110.Democratic. thatlbe ticket.third pan/Will Tht only draw'votef rjoestlofi J eTprtoefple utiffrom can and ought to reduce;fin the meintime;| ,chief scribe of this,motley gang,--- !(tel fVdbJ) a.re\v'da1 before'the'election : Only. ed'to the Coramittee .tat' Tomtoried TfcUappHoatio .

.4F1rnoic's.Know' l9thi4g1s. involved in the -next contest i it thja extemioo P.Ia.. not a dollar.goes (fromthe .tre t.J j.except to-Washington City.to his :[paper L Vivp J'11pw'J: j Isther p.rJtff titd'begas .or fr- .

r very by the*ireet Jegiabtion! "01 o.ngre ,"''into Terri meet appropriations rofffe/hy:t' r(-:". Letters favoring! Fron'idi4natIii. Torsay: :that a'perfect; t.qnloa.ces. .o l f oil I'gifiatnre"df Kansas.The .1.
P rson.Drownlow00! 'ri"toe chief free the of .
; : torynow >threogh repeal heMtjeaffrtCvco- atft flowing'in from aHquartera, ..Hifriecdsurg ( .opposed totae' Pierce and Doqlts1,Democracy :0.(
Ifi ; of lDO\v"Nothingism the South mad jo faith in 1820. trirt1&tf&tt. sembly and to meet tiu nijnof ; ( .. .
good "
lrDt ,
I spoh..sman promise ; ."foor., points in his (IYorJJ e is. .an, jv"ronn has'been t" : te be 1.Jb. _.JJ.-.r-
with view 1JUEtiOl1 orr: Fill. tliat act of bad fa1thndeon4ueptlyreMnos to: the Executive Deparirfeent and ajV.wrb name ,t,. 91".f r'ot
If a to-pat :J.hl..llit By tha|f fresh from the people ; his paitjife$: % outI: ie ''an 'overatatefil-4i -aun"'n ...*. ,
i J legiala on by Congress or gzin4l* .
t' more' mbersbii or .SeCtet Order(orev.er very'tesUtanc i to SUvcry" gitalton :V w tanoe |o; ',itmark'right" her*,'that. yery cent of the shows him to he :p"uea.ed.r' back j bone ;' sufficiently i P i ifI CJ ; inn Alabama.L' k. 1I ;, .

at rest says that .lnee)fr-Fl'refirement the deliberate, repodiation! of a comprotmse' toftde;by 'sum placed by.be.J9iature.a"'a contui ')ae'i ;6j(;posed, ,l to slavery, :.aggressosiu4js' ,Wednesday.nelt:. i UdatW., h** obtatori4 h'ii th. V. _. "

from the Presidency t fie ibei-Wtiated,and our tuber* in'good tiUi apdjn the most; .lOl mun- I in for of free\Territories;and,he.favors the The Know .N t4IMI. the .felt raD rneh' Governor.1* :,uea =' .

took the'fhree.degrees 1nd,:: ithY'iCouncU! .her t tkirtyjeari O-andJecitaXCe i :now ujdfortver fund baa:bn; .expded. by the Gomn_ .. ipjicifiaUif'oad.! ,Banks'declines the'nofnin-, and the p'it 1piOP6i ;ofii i,U < purport ttl'hi. ... ;
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Tbe Democratnd.AntiEliK w Hnteg .party *fcall Cotton Liverpool ;JjIL' dolj.ket ;P. Williams called T.property*mka.Mtoitcd on Halibx & i1i bonpanraadeaca 1aJ. A b w penlng ittIifr 'CaiitAflD

,- easier Ihof Ri, slid eqaal*i qejOfyv to"'sample":barrel said : mplewauoruie't0f ; : '
was hut lower Sales lor the er. in Orange CX4 about fiO miles Sooth-west from ; navyand '
( SAt three bngftiees davr29,000 bales. the City of St Augustine. The said tract eOtdI jthh; tihaIts1, rJ ii..a laiseL : .

*rday. batieP.Mad'iiicaUe4q4 Trade at Manchester.TTasfirnu SlOacrea, more or I ws.and is well-adapted To tbt 4 *iwt.m more*l-*_ than tc_ .*onetixtb'. *A' the. j- remdrtd- J 'qnaatity- r tot r
Culture of the Sugar Cane. For terms apply tt ,,. .1 4 'a ...
Consols were quoted 01 f to 92fs. &LBERTRBERTZ.- > : l & iii-eetu. . .. I

*t .!ouc& IXTaLLWEcL T'alitksiApiil; 1Z. 18.58., i 15-8t. perfln-fiiiurt ifHh tnattUftcture' of the year IMS orIMS' They Lte eer broht- to t1ztsMazkettts wuthjb *
bt manufketured from
b41l&i1! flour
u7rrp1c4; eases LtI1'L1 czs.sz.
it Uze
'OoL ithCL- e aed- t1- 4ci.f ..: lffiis. y'concluded.! The nrriva] Dr. Wm; 'J. Carroll made*f the crpp mra ntoljrjprecfdtnplbe dates of may desire to rchast ihefr sppli i

of the-prasslftiff! Ambassador only is Awaited the' rqlislH.ifr l tbeiamead shalfanUyefllMo pd4., t. : $ SmEIa
tbe jrgii: HPEFDERS his profession*!terviers'to h 1i e CiStros -4.a- :
f'Efl (fie jtfotocoh f ""* ; JL in quality'adl-oonfohn shape, to the umple.s ? "
% & oIAVakecna.andsuTocnflng'commtinity. Office are deposited ia tfceaaid navy-yards; shall rJnesaen to the 1wkt General UemL.k4'
Tho'-Emp'rese Eugenie fins gircn birth to a in rout room of Mr. W. T. dtrpt-iitei'i..new buildinc. Occeinbtace. afl1beRiIIbi
: Ogou4: try. be properly baked, thoroughly kib-dried.well 'tacked I and desiraUeatSlsS of LADlES AND OEN1 DaS GOODS UUUJ1IOLD OGOZS.
: April 12, 1858. 152tJustReceived : most f$4
son. and delivered Tree of charge 'the United Slate ,ing
Dr.8. WvSj et)*er mored. ibjlf a Cpniniht 't>f five PLANTATION nOQEflASD WARES od
The .birth of the King of Algirrs has caused .0d,:sound, well driefi.'brigbt floor barrels; as above .
b* appotnffcFtp plspare.M, report renVitk ns exprewjv of Snk.LaeBera8p.Aean; bew oo4&MN:
rejoicing in i l'ark The described with the bea Jswel, ? secured; or Jn air abdwatertibt Lacea.

pfjBft jcnJltaiMwti'jgv! sdiicb.: being&dopte&1 tlltrmnatcU.great The Pope named Godfatb-city was -fMl SACRED HARPS. whiskey or spirit barrels, at the' option of White and Black Silk Lace. American and in the best style of tlie to cann.exhibit .- ton palra Bl4*. .dbhatti*.
was 1V7U McDOUGALL & HOBBY. the bureau. which t e W.H1-U pleased
-. .
Cbmtppjointed tb< f jJloiwinjcentlemento .1Tbe Maltea,-Iloniton." SIippeTr t: *(&tqIJJI1a'emd '
rr1lbc Queen oCSweedeti Godmother. 1C, 1858. 15 shall .be made from ,Saionr, atsiltimei. .
whiskey wholly grain, a: Osn CU1Maitingr
4 -
** taid < hrt< ,"I p-t--Th K.SimnvwVE4fDr.S.rSrK'pc Valenciennes English Tlircad.rtal
awnpo ,
Tho Prussian Ambassador bad arrived at sound and mtrrbniituble! and be full first proof accor Ladles Dress Goods. dren end Setrsl '

t -< IloruG. S.. Haukios, Hoo0iL Paris, The treaty of peace would be signed w : c Q. din to the United States custom house standard. It Plait and Brussels Laces.Embroideries. of 100 Rob Dreads OU iol ..

J. P.v ; 'P : C3n. in a few days- The proceedings of the Con- JUST RECEIVED shill be delivereU in good new, sound, bright, three- &c. of Upward alt Black, White aiui ,.

LJJoyd being alld for/caires f.mrurd nn-! ff still '* History of England, VoL S & 4, quarters hooped, 'wt-ll seasoned white oak barrel, Swiss. Mull, Jaeone', Cambrw qualities.Colored Silks tat summer 5 4 S and sqnair 1JW1Jt. atj.1
renco were kept secret. IrvingV'lafe if Washinztnn, with Lite oak head*, the heads t<> be made of three- and Bands,'E Satin
tojtddren the Uwtine/lduring iTie nl Dimity Grenadines. Piinted ,
proceeded *enc<; The London, money market xv.ng good.- Calhoun n-.plfte Works, piece IieaIitu.r.aud well painted; the staves not to be and Plaiu Printed, wear. Iiidu Oil cloth far four xT"tsUea.tair;
lag Flouncing Cr d. lt Paris.
of the Cgmmhtee, in an eloquent and !mpa siunedmanner. The supply of discounts was easier, but none BancroftV 4 Hildreth' United States. less than j inch thick and the heads not less than } Embroidered and Hemstiched Lm Silk Tissues Bcratre, Canton and Nankeen Limn and Cil tL/pbdri'in-J E'LOilad

.The Committee returnedand tb Alone The Hidden Path. inch thick and each barrel Shah b coopered-add! Cmrtaio
.. ll.rongh > !had )breti negotiated under six cent. ; ? eh Cambric Handkerchiefs Em White and Colored Cballica Cuaia.gjhLoamIsi.
per ,
Chairman Mr Simmons, reported! tlie! following rcpolutions The British Parliament had adjourned. McDOUGALL 4 HOBBY. tJon. with one three-penny iron hoop on each bilge, 1 i broidered Book Caps and Basque. Organdies Crape Printed /acooef Embroidered band. and -pim., iie. .
April 12. 1856. 15 inch in width an J.I 16 inch thick, and on three-pen I.5 -
*fl>icji wcvejidopted amid touch npplause: Mr. Dallas bad gone np > London. Mr. ny.hocp ou each clime, 1 { inch in width, and 116 inch Collars, Sleeves, *tc. Swiss, CbttitZ,Br3waU! -- LTOcary. .,

.R6aDlvcJThktike: Resolution* of the Dem ratie 0'ichanan had taken formal Jeave.TJC .- : Executor's Notice. thick,as per dingram. The whole to be put in good A very large selcti of the beat Fancy Linens, Printed Lawns.Pblid Fan Jleal rbii*- ;Ware. IrvttCWni.

party pa*** aJJLh\Baltimore>C tmnt <*i of 1852.raeK friends of Poland IiaTdwiited on Lord months lifter date we will present ouraocounts shipping prJer free of all charge to the United States. styles ol Honiton. Maltese, Valenciennes. cy Musb'ns and Plain and J Oiiijflwms*e net.Cambric., Plain C lass-\Taf0.Tretdiare.
witV'Ibe JuircoHcurrepcer'of-- Denioetais of SIX Toe sliall be according to sample at the said Real Plait and Brussels Striped Wre; Comnio Waretsp. .
Pfllmefst&rr with "a iequeft thai the British rouchers to tw) > Hon. Judge of lYuhnte for sngar Swiss Tarleton. Kaiowok.- Mull -
Orrnntf -
Franklin aa3 reaffitne l them. t. -
ure hereby : < by ,
tvtesaid County .rGaleden.r final .settlement, and iiAvy-yants; and be dry and fit for packing. Lace Collars and SetU. English
JtmJvnkThat vie Zflt1)CIttilVCQfldrIflfl ajvi m-t I'lmipotentiary at Paris insist on th3 r stora.* nnpy! tp bis disaluir ed,from the executorahip of Oscar Thu,tea shall be of good quality young by ton. equal Scotch. Irish, and French Embroidered and Pan Cloth Muslin Berlin*.-India Bonnet Cord, : HZLIk .-

phtUetounee tlie pnAcipU'9 nntbc ( of tioh of Poland.! Padrierston pomiscd tie Filly w deceased. t> the.samples at said navy yards. Collars and Sleeves. White Long Bobinct, Silk'Thules and Illusion 40 doxeo Pocket Kairct. 'E'nivs
Fine ,
Know'jyothtng-party rejrard'asr iliem ti atttution of iJis.g9e1nment. OWEN. I* &.JAMES A. FILL YAW, ExtoVs. Tlie coffee shall be,equaltw the best Cuba, according aud Black Crape Collar and Sleeve Florence anti Marce and Forks Carvm Lock* Haftfots.
to the Constiliiti'iei ofiiw UnitedSti.s !
urn iit1ery April 12. 1856. I5- m to sample.-- 9 Veils. line Silk Silk'Roucbes. American Mid Bolt*of all kbds. AnaTjr* BHf.Kile : -
destructivi; ofall cjvil nn Chisels> Enitn ] .
will YiJr ond nil IOUR DAYS LAIEE FEOX.EI7EOrE. Love Veils, White Black and English and French .FawJ I'riuts, ,Pldu.
cppoB-"ir5ihit'all frmorable rnean the crop immediately preceding the dates uf the requisitions Cast and
EDWARD J M. Wrought Blind
et niH tefldeator. WEST. for the sanje. Fancy Colored dt,. Embroidered it, &. Hinges,

ut rt n ikielecthTt. t' mete out to it the ARRIVAL < H jfei OF THE Attorcey and Counsellor at Law The mola sea shall *4e fully eqml t j the very best Lace do, Silk Kelt and Bmge Gents Dress Goods. Spring Faders D1snceiWitersTTrsy., Broad A'es,Chop.; !.,

same file it wxkjqjoae ia-Vlrfuiift. Georgia! nod quality of New Orleans molasses, and ahull be delivered fur do. White, Colored and Plaid Linen Trace II alters amf Fifth Claio.

other Southern! States,, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. in well seasoned rud-"nk birrels, with white-pine Fashionable Bonnets. Drill. French Doe Skin and Black Ward Kobe .Hoe&ssSboreli'snd-
Rciwa.'That: we approve of.ilt Kancas Ncbrapka ASIA. heads not less than l 1J inh thick the stares not less
April 5. 1856. 14 ; Trimmed and nntrirumed. of Cloth, Fancy Cassimerea. Black T..ngs.- Fenders, Ffre Iron, Well
tlie citiznsnT Trrritrv. in
act. secnnng'tb! a applying HALIFAX 4. that I inch thick; the barrels to be threequartershoope de' Freud do.. Wheels
April French Lace. Fnsr'ish Straw. Blond Drap Ets, superior Sad IMM. AzlPqllits .
into the
fur dnTKi>lon us a State Union, 11n-
1 and in addition to have four iron '
The Cunard steamer Asia br.s arrived with hoops one Lace nod Hair. Colored Blond. Italian Clotb/Summer Cloths, 4c.t for WiuJows. Sash Curd.
ol furmiusr their with without Lace
right own government or
clLiai2Q.TUST on each bilge H inch in width and 1-lGth inch thick,
slavery, and subject to snch limita'ioim' anil power Liverpool dates to the 2d March, being four 'tud one on each chime 1k inch in width and 1-16h Hair, Straw and Hair,Belgrade and Dry Goods, Cotton.. Nails an.4fanin M&optt* Bor4Shoe -
rrceired 600 Oi'.vcra Salpli Quinine. Rutland. Lace and Straw Hals. Cottwu Wool and
as they please,subordinate ouly to the Constitution days later. inch thick, and shall be thoroughly coopered and placed Curtaia Damafka, Turkey Red Hors Card
and ComU. Waflel
of the United States. e. Farr Brand, together with a great variety Misses Trimmed Pedal Hats Carry
Commercial and Financial. t-f Chemicals. AMES it LIVELY. in the Ix-st shipping condition. Bloomers. Infant Lace and Straw Furniture Prints. Furniture -Dimities (finn?. Harues%. btabic Forks, Garden
That of the leadiog pure
we cordially approve The vinegar shall! be of the first quality cider vinegar Embroider*! Skirt Gras da.Corsetts .
The sales of Cofton April 5, 1856. 14 Trimmed Hats.Ribbons. Roes 'aricf Rake*, Wreodie.-
and: cardinal measures of the admlnUt i
Pierce and las able, bold nixl manly State p p i >. :32.000 bales. The lower qualities have declined and shall contain no other than acetic acid ; Trim en Table Damask. Dumas) Do/lm, BitU Lc'rels ..
clearly defining the principle ef Democratic f titlian.1 l-16d a d. Fair qualities were firm, Cod Liver Oil. and shall be deliveredin barrels similar in all respects mings, &c.A Lace Mosqueto Nens'er.mmou do Die*. f,

c-irrying outtbttrue jiiitcn.t, mpaiiing and bet j jof bc'ing 6ca.rce. FRESH of a.A.SQ
nice assortment :
the ConslHuti'nl'and! that bis'rebuke in lu Lit an and beads Shall be substituted --' .
Clark ti Co, & Rushton's. ichite-oal- staves for and Piano Covers,Furniture Fringe, -
nnil of the writ of Atxilitiwrr and Northern Holt Circular says the large supply on net and Sash Ribbons, of the very Fan Mill*, Corn SiaelUrt, Straw-
message : For ale*y AMES & LIVELY red-oak stave* and white pine beads, and shall be and Laces. Blay Linen, Bird Eye
aggrejsion upin Southern rights, entitles! him to our hand, of common qualities, had caused the Aprils, 1856. 14 thoroughly coopered aud placed in the best shipping newest styles, a large and collection of Diaper Liueoand Cotton Towel%, Cutters, Ironjkaopv Ant* Sbov-.
warmeH ropect. adiniraU'oi and Gratitude. depline in those grades of J to The circular order. J; ".r.fI fashionable Spring Reached Shirtings and Sheetings. eIzauidSpadesRaUUn.dandGaedeWbeel '
'an.atqcntment cf
R'toletd. That we cordially approve of the rnursp adds that stocks were freely offered Olive Oil. The pickles shall be put np iniron-botfh'd casks, and Trimmings, also Cord Linen Sheeting, Pillow Cfise Cq t: Bnrrtfw*. feed Drill. .
TafT Satin and-Ca.p Ribbons,
of the H in. 5A.E. Maxwell during the election of Scythe Sickle- GrabCradl**,
each cask shall contain of .rnious gallon Bleached Jesna.
one gallon one and Linen
Speaker at the !present Conjress, and nf'r t'u- and that middling qualities had declined 1-1 G.The' A SUPERIOR article for Table ns. Just received of arfd-fWrteen gallons of medium cucumbers and .Tas.!. Elastic Belts, Head ton Cheeks, whIr and'BrownBolhuida SnuU .3lJowai Anrflt, attd Vic**.

whole term he has acted as Representative from the Bank of England has reduced the by AMES 4 LIVELY. fifty peppers.to the gallon and the vegetables >a each Dresles, Embroidering Silk French Apron Domestic Giogham.Cot- Rifle and SLot Gun;, and ft large

State of Florida.; .. >? rates of interest, both on'Iong and short paper April 8. 2856. : 14 lmll weigh'eghty.e' pvimda. al) they oolV-be paid working --Cotton Bonnet Wreaths Unities, fen Fjanoels. Brown Drill and Do lot of.Wrotwtoand Cat' Nail*, Hollow

KfiaJcfit, That we are prond of nor cnusc, procdof to G per cent Consols had advanced to Flower Jars. for; and eafch cnslk'stiall then be. filled with white Tabs.French 4c..Fans.Flow'rs, Jets. mestic. Bed Ticking,Twilled Bagging War*, & :' .- ; -

our party, and proud.of ouT JfationalGovtrrnmrnt, 92a92 wine vinegar of aV'least :'42 degrees of strength, together with over Willow.WereNottona; ,.

well knowing itfo 1j hecaueof trntlj.honor and justice <*tPEACE A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Si'ze and eqnalto French Vinegar; the casks, vegetables Parasols, &c.A '% 5d6 Pl cel. -: .OtO,

and tn'tghtcn'ed principle; *! and that lw justly .COXFERESCE. % Just received and fur sale by and vinegar shall conform $nd be equal In all respect pretty selection of Fans. Shell Tfd 'and
cnred fjr vf {&tf admiration of the natiausofthe AMES 4 LIVELY. very American and Frenfli Cottonades, r 'flora.dcnba,
the at.the, above named
to camples deposited navy- Shades aud Umbrella
The Prussian Plenipotentiary had arrived Parasols, Sun Brushes ofsll kind. ButVxw. Ne-.
earth. *, \ April 5, 185R.' 14 yards and contractors sllFwarrant and guaranty thai Camletteens Plain and Striped Os-
Renlrei Thnt! the delegates from Franklin County at Paris and taken his seat The business of they will keep good and sound for at least two years. naburgs nad Domestic,LJbea Drills- die. Port Monlea. Piiint' BriL i.Tly .

be hereby initruc-t to use their brtt endeavor* to se- the Conference had been finished, and a committee Notice.SIX The iron hoop on'the'baireU containing whiokey, Giq' Hose, 4c.. sod Duck, 4c, BrosLeColi and Oil n ,ErtracU.aod .

cure fsr West Florida. the nomination. of Representative appointed to draw up the Treaty in weeks after date. I uill apply to the Jude of morasses, vinegar, and pickles to be well painted with .. Lndles and Gents Kid, Silk and Clothing. .. Steak Fancy Mallet Soap Ice Cnm Ruling Freezer FIns,'

io Conjre*:. form. The last session of the conference, it of Leon County f.,r letters of admiuistratinu red lead. Linen Gloves, Gauntlets, Silk Mity, 'G-entlemen'. farnib Castors, Lemon.Sqneeurs. Fancy '

Oa motion of.Judge Hnwkins, a Committee of five expected would be held on the estate of John IV. Argyle. late of said The beans s'lall be of the very best quality white Ladies'Blocfc and White Silk Hose, wishiug to Basket: Painted Pull*. Keelara.
was on Saturday. seasonable Coats
themselves with ,
County deceased. B. C. LEWIS. beans, and shall be of the.crop immediately preceding Ladies Gents and Children White
was ap'inte.i \o *elct lepites to attend the State Tuba, Well Backets.'ClftldrvnaWasjoos
[ GEXEfiAL SEWS. April 5. 1856. 14 the dates of the reqnisitioo foe the same, 64 pounds Black and Colored Cotton do., Pant and Vests, can,ftelect from a and
Convention. The Chair appoiute-l the following rg taken onebushel.. Misses Work do, Ladies and stock containing over 700 Garments Gigs, Oyunber- Sett.
to as Open
eaji Committed R 'Floyd, n. EL Siuijntni, A.W. The Empress of France and thu royal in. Notice. The dried apples shall be of the best quality, and Gents Silk and Merino Shirt Ladies all new.and of the latest style*- Game Bags Umbrelmity Cocoa DJnpcn, -"TWwel. -

fant were doing "as well as could be expect and shall be of Silk Drawer, Blacit and Also Linen Bosom Shirt, Under Stand*,
Babeock, P CiiMen.. A LL persons having claims ngainst the late firmxjL shall be prepared by tun-drying only, spun Chair Tooth Brs.tee1 .Pe
ed under the circumstances." The Stocks and Ties, do, Drawer. Collars, 4e.
rejoicings the uf autumn immediately preceding the dates Fancy Cravnts.
of Murat 4 White the crop "
retired and the to
Tbe Committee Hicgrsted following are requested present Sjltcr Tbfoblu Gui I sps, Letts
in Paris the birth of the little of the requisitions for the same. Gents Linen and Silk Pocket Hand I- Hati
fentlemen a dcleates-Mesri. Jno. D. Atkins, J. consequent upon sameTo the underignt.d. and all persom indebted to and Foolscap "Paper;
stranger, continued unabated. us are requested to make immediate payment. All the.foregoingdescribedarticles. embracing casks, kerchiefs. 110 Dozen Meui'sTnd Boy's Hats, Bag Brittacu'C&Qar; Pots, L.s. -
O'Ctmncr. P. C. K;*ini; P. Swcray, C. H. Fol'jr.a'. S barrels,half barrel*, and boi *. shall be subject to
The King of Belgium was on a visit to Fashionable Silk LeghO.nIP.1Iarue GiltFrame4iio&iis O1aus,.Z
W.Spencer, A.WUi cof-ki R. Jhers, C. Grady RJ. England. R. W. WHITE. such inspection as the chief t>f this'bureau may direct, hare upwards of 100 Beautiful English, Stiaw, Canadian, Boilers, MarbU Pastry Board ail
Ft-yd. N. Balor. H. K. Siiwmc ns.C April 5, 1 888. 14 the.'inspecting officer ebe app nt.d4j' the Navy Mantillas, Talma and Scarfs, Plain aiid FflficyPahn Leal Rollers Japao Bath*. 4o, 4k
It was reported that two divisions of the Department.All inspect one io ne at the place of de-

.,l. Floyd thct 'iatroduced IItm..Geo. S. Hawiin Crimean army under Gen. Campbell, would Late Arrivals of livery. Biscuit, may, however, be inspected at. the 4* .
wl o addrceaml Ihe me'rtii g iu an able and xnactcrVprccb. place of manufacture, but will in all cases be subiect : ; -' -- -
:,.. .cQDnr.
be sent to Canada.
.The: JevsnevcrgreaCr .than on tVUii SPRING AND) SUMMER GOODS. to a final inspection T.t the"1>laee' of 'delivery before
: Great alarm existed in in
Far tTilin'>T o' hours fats ma'clj'cBS Spain consequence bill- are signed thercfi-r. Qkucenj .ef4rftitt.: : -;
l >rs mm c thtf late arrirnU from New: York I am receiving .
of the discovery of a new Cailist con- BY The prices of all th*..foregoing article to .be (he
1oq-j2ne held I the vat auditory In brent'/ess -eu from that CItY. Philndelphia and Baltimore a
p2M& anJ slleaCc, trolccn'oi.ly' by j V rolongea.*' and* eu"thusiastic sp tracy. The French frontier was closely complete assortment of merchandizj of every description. same" throughout articles.the year" and bidder .may ofier for IS at all ti'ne. well supplied with Fresh Groceries, which we wjll eelf at price a*fowas t.I'l.sw-

watched. to which I invite the attention of the I one or more Jafa and Rio CruAed laat Clarified andBown -
public.' barrel nnd half barrels boxes admit. We have now ie Store, a large lufcttf Cbffeei'Powdered. ,
piiuditi! rt.irh rent the we'J.i., ai ihe attentive ATI! the casks, or
would enumerate in part : -. shall be marked with their contents and the Sugar. Black and Green Teas, Pepper Spices all kin .Salj tns,WpinCarbonatebf So aBembhig-gsve.Wy to its ftlge in Plain nnd fanrv Dresses. Robe Summer Mantillas packages and Common S PfcldeXl Salmon Sardine Sn&LCantfe T J
Epontauious Letter from "Mr- Buchanan. con'ractor's name. AHtlie barrels and half barrels of Adamantine. Star and Wax C ndle; Fancy >ap *an<

; ontbuifU./uC entliusasru. Tbe Jucgc% S, eech WASIHXGTOX, April 23d.-A. letter has C-ilUrs. Olove*. H" 5ery, Pfcrasoln, Bonnets. Einbroi fliur. bread sod pickles shall have iu addition to the Nuts of all kinds Crackers. Walnut and Tomato CaUup, Pepper Sauce, Capers,FitfeaHlCIHxtKl. Pict1ssn....
denes Trimmi-iiju. SheefinCT. eto., ete.; Clothing of fish and French Mustard, Durlices' Yeast Powder'PieserYed Quia&s and Tmarinda. Cifrra t. Apl. *ai&
was glowiiig and frFflie. LiterKpersed with nttove the when manufactured or put maik
; passages been received from Mr. Buchanan io which year up
every description for Gentlemen and Boys. IIaL. Q.iince Jellys-Goooa, Brom Corn Starcb'Chooutate, Pine 'Apple Chese. Sta# h, PutIsb. White' iuj-
of plountif humur aud full! yf the fire, the norniatiou be favors the of the Nebraska bill Groceries French ed upon them. FlrebfntmGreci'm'
principles BU>. Shoes. Cap ctc etc.; and The referred to iu this advertisement are Dried Beef Beef Tougue. Wtdie Wine Vinegar. Apple'VinearRiee. .
and the real of a defotJ'jit ot Braudies. Old Port. Made.ra. Lilmm samples Linseed Oft-Best dow'Lard do, aid Buirnlnjf Flrt 1i
On motim of-3Jr. SSnTaKin*', it was ordered tint the question. and Champagne, Burgundy and Hock Wines Cordial, to vch athnet bttn prrvioinly exhibited. Synips. Cnndie Soaps, etcetc..; also a general as r.Je4encc will do. Peaches, Wbortlebemies. Blackberrfe T uiatoe*, Horse Radish, StfperKr Cigars.-Chdice Chewing afld
proceedings of this Meetjng be pubk! >hed in the Floridun The quanity of these articles which lie required -
rtment of Hardware, Cmckery and Glass Ware, Smoking Tobacco, it, Ac, Ac. *v .

Adrertieer of Apalachicoa.CoL has invented When would of those who hare neglected to call .* 4 ? : .- -*. -
a most ingenious dodge. beg Flour .. . 1,200 bbls. ....per bb.1.Biscuit. of our present stock. "a i *
Floyd inovjd thxt the delegates be instructs ever he puts forth an article in support of the and settle their last year's and previous"accounts not ... .. .. .1,600,600 Ihe. .-.per lOOlbs. Tallahassee, March 2!, 1856. It BODKISS3CO7QOt

tn vote fur lion. Gen S.Cawkiu as ipminoe of the Know Nothings, his cotemporaries in Louisville -delay longer. My profits will not jastify such \long\ Whiskey' .. .. .. tt.OOO gals. .per gal. -

credits. To enable me to keep up my orb credit I . .. .. ... 200.000.1b6. perlb. Grocer Hardware&cV e4i
Democratic party for Cyngreee, \ihich motion was fiiul something diametrically opposite to must have prompt payments after the close of each Sugar. ... 20JOOO Its. ..penlb.Coffee. DR. N. G. MCDONALD, .. .

adopted. it ia the files of the Journal when it was a year otherwise I am subjected to great inconvenience 10.000 fl's..perlb. .-. .&ONTICEU.O, PLA.W Jtat rtctkxiiftatti Nerf Tforlc&td 2Vk o-z

Three cbecrs were their' given" for. lion. G.eo. S respectable or an of tie! Old Line Whigs.But .- and expense. I hope this appeal will not be in vain. Rice. .. 200.000lbe..perlb. ILL- attend with aiafduoo* care, all cam co-

Hawkins awl fitrGrta.'Mytrs jtnd Floyd, nnd tie Prentice always has his dodge ready and THOMAS HAYWARD. Molawes. .'. ." 20. ))00 eals.. .per pal. : trusted to him. *- SUPERFINE and Extra Family Thor
meeting adjourned-: ,, replies that it was well known that I was .ApnilS,1858. Beans .. .. ..'1. 6.000 bush per bush. Office adjoining that of CoL Dflworth. and. Crashed" Sugar I

Vinegar .. .. -t m 20,600. gta..pergal. March 2.1856. I2-ly ** ISoaddtfavaCUree.
home \viien the article iti ?
not at
ROUjT. MYERS Cha/ wan.Gra question: was AT WOOD) & BROOKS Dried apple .. 80.000 Ibs. ,per Ib. Butter arid Sod Cracker. -
- L. BaocEEfBRorcn. written. Tins is a subterfuge wottbyofa Tallahassee Rail Road Bonds. Crder and Whit wh3srine; ;' *
: Stt-elarg. Pickles .. .. .. 130.000 Ibs. .per Ib. r.
Barnum or of a Norway rat. PRACTICAL GUN-MAKERS. The quantiti s of ny or all may he increased or now offer to CapitirisU and others, having Btfti'ch.SovpimdRice, r

Florida and the Seminoles.His"Excellwric.f : diminished AS thq service may hereafter require. The WE money to invest. 175,000 in Bonds of live Rough and Ready and Fig Tubaeoo.Auderstins .

Coy: BEOO E, of FlorMa.! New York papeis have a story tV.l Louis HAVING established themselves permanently in contracts will therefore be made, not for specific quantities. hundred dollar each, issued by the Tallahassee RailRoad Fine cut.*l>ewiojf *.' &'-
Black and Green .
their services
they would offer to Superfine Teat *-
"as the service to run, bearings %
but for such quantities require Go-upntty having twenty year
passed tbrongh oar city j-csterd-.y, leaving in Niipoleon not only owes a boa d and liquor the Citiz<>ns of Florida and surrounding Stales fur to be delivered at t pseiwvy-yanls respectively. percent;per annum interest, payable semi animally South FioiZJk A,4o'srflo4 ,

last evening Irainor Washington. He bill ut a tavern in Hoboken, but cut his initials manufacture of Double barrelled Shot Guns, Rifles. Contractors not residing at the places where deliveries on the.first dave of January and July, at the Gelatine Fla\Ttriog extracts A*, .

goes on for the of .conferring with and Pistol which they warrant to bo rqual t<> must establish ajrencies at such places Bank of the HepuWic. New York. Pickles, dried Applee'ie, .
the Federal-authorities.on purpose, .re7ioval of the L. N.hi the panef of a.door with a any made. AH kinds of repairing done in a neat and that are no delay may riae in furnishing wbaC may The Company', are re-laying their Hosid with a T Burning.Fluid.1- ,- ... ._ :\ ,, e
remnant of the Seoiinoles, which continues pocket knife borrowed from the landlord's workmanlike manner and without delay as all work be required : and wh p-contractor. frila promptly to rail weighing sixty pounds'per yard, nodliehtwood ? L u--. :. I .. -
is daoe at the time when promised. Oaf increntr. comely with a requisition the Chief of i"Bureau of Cross tie*, many of them showini a face of fifteen inches A lar M.ortinenf af ?lant.rssisu1.
to tafest, rather than inhabit, the Southern son, which he forgot. to return. twit rijlff, tot target shooting made to order and Provisions' and Clofliijjg shall b* authorized to direct placed two feet from outside to ootside. 'When LowTHahdled Shdv nralla,

part: of, Florida; and exercises a most unfortunate warranted to shoot with preci ion from 100 to 440 purchases to be may to supply the deficiency, nm'er completed tin Road will challenge comparisen'witb Spade steel &ke"t1d.U47orra11-

t iflHaencb oyer the growth r.nd prosperity ASK ANT ONE WHO MAS EVEE USED "yard*. Uf Shop, Sign .f the Rifle, Monroe Hence. the penalty to b*expressed in the contract; the record any structure of the kind in the United States. Stab and twwt shot Gtiw. r '
Aprils, 1856. .14-6ra of requisition,or a duplicate copy thereof at The business of the R of .

that State, though so feeble in itself that! it Celebrated a # 'A LVO I .
fil'Lane's Liver Fills --- .. r
Dr. -: and Clothing at Cither of bcliefvthat the C>mr nywiUbe beto .4 -
the Bureau of Provisions or tj)>e pay r y****
could not hold oat a-year against a propeilyorgsnhd BY FLEMING. BROS.t. Notice to Contractors.t the navy-yard aforesauT. shall be evidence .that such expenses the interest on the Bondsrisstied to reeon Asste4oUIeavy U.wwa* ,

system.'bf o'r rations/ Florida has PREPARED Orficx: or THE PzNSArcLA 4 Gco. R. R. Co. ) requisition bits been made-and received.' struct the..Boad. and a dividend of eight per cent to Wooden; \vate&c, d.c. .. '*'

made prbrUion for such an eflortX'ut the law 3?* What they think of them Ninety nine in a -Tallahassee. March 29. 2866 f Separate offers must be made for each article at its Stockholders from its yearly earjings, beside the For iwl*by O. t J.MEG DCNO3. "*

i rendered nugatory by the proviso, that her hundred will tell you they are the best Pills f1'Jiyer SEALED Proposals are hereby iriA it, d. for con each of the aforesaid navy yards ; and in case more crcntfon of a sinting' Fund sufficient to. pay. off these March. 22, 1885. lit ,
S cluaring .grubbinfr and grading sections in offer the Chief of -
or than one article i 16 contained l the Bonds at maturity. '
.sixpoj-cent bnndr'to raise th'ec necessary complaint, sick headache and dypepeia that they *. or the Pensacola nod Georgia Rail RoSa numbering the Bureau will have the.right to accept one or more The Georgia and Pensaeola Rail Road Company i FreshAi'riyais' ? V -

foods, shallnot b&cegotiated bflow! par' As ever used. Read the following from one of our most from 18 to 36 inclusive, embracing the entire County of the articles contained iu such offer, and reject the have let to energetic contractor ofl very favorable PER WM.ll. PI'flSQd KZJT

the United States must be expected ultimatelj respectable citizens: of Jefferson, to be opened on the 22d day of.April- remainder and bidders whose proposals are accepted terms, the grading of sixty''miles'of their. Road, and EBL'S.Surnstour .

to defray the expense/ there is-no 'reasonbjr New Yo&x, August 2, 1852. Contractors will state the prices at which', they are (and node others) will bs forthwith 'notified, and 'us it li confidently believed the work will be pushed forward P7 iO .- ; .

willing to undertake,!ho) work payable in casb, County early a* practicable a contract will be transmitted t>' toan early completion, and must bring to the ** -
they should not at once assume the control I'do hereby certify that I hire been suffering from Bonds of Stock( ,of the Company, or what'part in them for execution; whtdi contract must be returned Tallahassee Rail Road verjr large boaiacii potuowtribntary 8'--LidOt5-;' -' ;.

and supply the"funds'for the undertaking. a pain ia ray side nod breast for along time, and af- Cub, Bondi and Stock. to the Bureau witbin ten days, exclusive. of the tune to it. JO. ". >Sfrup. -, -

This; matter is of great practical importance, tvr'trytug many remedies came to the conclusion that E. C. CABELL, President required for th*regular ti nnsmwskm of the mail. The Bond* now offered form one balf the amount to 855 *'Wkinkey.' '. ---I
*ad if really *o 'easily- disposed of, that wee my |irer/.wasJecte/L 1 immediately commenced April B, 1856. 14 f Two or more approved ia-etiei, ir a cum Vqoal to be issued, and constitute by law a first'' lien upon the to 25 bbls. Seat Side*Perk and;Sloulilsn, .,- -, 5rn--

inot brlieve Gov. BKOOMB-will (aiim in the Dr.JTltyt'iiMilifalrdLiMrJ'tUt, prepare! MILESNtSH'&COh estimated amount oC.th*.respective contracts,-willbe Road and its frxnchhei The"interest i* ,uaranlfeea by 6 Lard *
using ; irqnired, and t'aentyper centum in addiGon will the Internal Improvement Fuad of ForraaT'| -

objects of his auuon.-r-C&atrIettDn 'Mercury, by'Fleming Bros, Pittsburgh, and the few that I Dealers in Drags, Mediciner; &c. he withheld froni.the amount of all payments tun account The Company have no_oflbeVde_ t to eVnlarraas their S TTu1rcared Hama.-. -,-*.jp- .,.--,
Aprj/7, bare taken hare already giren.inVrnore relief than all thereof as colbtteral eenrity, in addition, to secure finn.nefc-l.- ; .5 '.1. "* -- v* "

the other medicine harp token.putJogelber. I went TUST received from New York per bark Ri H. Gamtl itS-pfTformance'.and not 1n any event to Vi.; p-id -The Trtlsfert *oT the lutefaal Improvement Fund 6 Ebd Sugsr.' "-_??_a, -& *iir?

*r 1i1ihflzL- b'e.' a general awortmerjt of article) iu our line, until it h in allrftspcjtr ;oto1>ned: yft& ; igbty l per hare manifest Ad-lhe'r appreciation of the value of these Forsaleby x .:
.- The Buchanan Los cirvyant! to consult:binj ; afterexamining me such as. Oils oralmost. every kind, Burning Fluia, centum of the amount of.au Bond by investing 140,000 of their fund in them. M.rcb 2*. 1158. 11 -

TelegrapVaayju-tturt .Mr. carefully, be advised me to continue"t e use of Dr. White Lead, ZIDC and other paints Window Glass of paid by the navy agent within thirty-days after bills, For term and any other information on the subject

us written a letter In fT rr-' of theprinciplesof it'Looe Pill; tt>at they would effect tiallj cure me.i best quality. Putty, Brtwhes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling duly-authenticated, shall.hare been presented ttfbinl which''may be desired,apply to ; :.

the Kansas Nebraska IH, as the only 4 W., W. PHILLIPS. Ko. 2 Colombia! plaer. Grelatti.Loudoo Mostard. French Brandy (very best) Blank forma of proposals may be obtained on application J. GEO. ANDERSON & CO. .

practicable basis for. the fifittleniont of the orJOttdicinal; purposes Spices, Pepper. Lemon Sy nip, to the navy agent 'at Portsmouth, Kew March 22, 1856. 8t-12 [S.ntcopy. ,, ntnshlis.1ants.Omgbams.! -
IlaYer7uestion. Mr. BbchinznLUiIwayiteen t 1 Pttrehuer* be careful to ask for Da. M' "Inks,Quinine. Peruvian Dark Fluid Extract Buchu Hampshire. Boston.:jTe% York.Philadelphia, Baltimore '

CxMATED'VnLMuruac, manufactured by Ac* 4c, cud general awortment of Popular Patent WaebiugUn, NorAJk,Tenaacola; mad at this Bureau. Lost or Mislaid) Swiss $fkd Caadnclrmznluip.d -
one <>f the most liberal 'and We but the best and *
Medicine keep none .
conseprati *
F14xxa Baocof fiUtbttrg J a. All other Yqr; V' v i NOTE forone Thouianjl sreo'ft.thrwi Dorian, : Fringe immki 4p,Te. y IV -
statevnin in the country. Pending the hope to merit your patronage. .. A record or duplicate flifi He letter informing a bid A -
muugen* comparison, *worthless. Dr. U'Lane'* %. MILES NASH A CO. fifty fiver c nH".OD7SS5)) Mgned by NfwoahOlchrkt ; t ::!ALS0-I.I1_ -
Coq1protise of 185P wr* believe he was the --- der of the .ohjj proposal will be deemed '
also his Celebrated Lirer Pills March 29.1856. 18 acceptance ,- and payable one)H T after date ycri ifuge, ;
"fy NojthemjBtate Iliaff-Co .concede notifieatioo thereof; w>thin 1smenIUgOtheCtOf bearer whheibiper.eeut btenata (ram
- $ment now be'j&id afaU respectable Drug Store*. Jfbar NAVY and IbIS bid will b 'nude and accepted b cob* Bleached a ) JV*w n SLimnp sad SUnKtuto
can 8itJ. 'All
teasion of th- Missouri fine to the Pa SUPPLIES -1856V57. 25th Dtwembei, 1854'nod dated Feb. ?!4. iSfitf. Obttomdek
HetUog.; i g,* .
liflCWithOISS; : Mr sgaoturo/ 8- fiirmity with trndentandiop.. .., are cautioned against trading; for asitupyiientlib1e *
t18eand his entireehipon E cticrnakPennsyl persons For aale by O. J.kEOIXX '
.i i retMfcra BEOS: Ri bzi'A'a+vIrr: ) Every offer made nitwt be 'aecompawed(directed n Vttfpped, and application will be Mareh2t,1e3 -' '

: *! ,* $ !pot'oh'blemih. I '&vf Wr& : t in the act of'CongresA nitking appropriatioo.or tie made to have the same renewed of 4ofy vattbbabd IJ-i. : /
-.i '&liz is ; BofJai>H of the Drag Store*; is;? llafimb and Jer 1848-H7 itl L '
S nw rnvingig .... A Marti l-LlgM. 4SEPARATE naval service spfre4 io lien of the origmaL .. -' _' 4
.', oIt enle tioanlmU lBr biibdlf3r the fcj of ag tn'everyiown in the Souths a PROPOSALS, tateii and endorsed 184 6.)by a written otm/ara WiLH-KILORKASE, 'T1tAWAY t 0'4i.b %

AD Jjj4/ I. IV : a4r$ISjII.SpP1fl t received responeible he of'thVy onUw 4: :* ir. r i .PerS.1L.L.,4tj. A 1mm

4ti) flureui until >loek. A.M, wiSatorday; the dertak thtJidd 4dJ&Pl1flor th.rd 2 JSSfc1 19 *, : vntlhft C scribr:4.tth. LD o.1ut.&s'"lb
-- eptMiCMiL ah bligtim Wtbhfli.dayi -:-: Ahp1Ws felld' u i. Ibt Ui4' .
$tone t .aijl.delivering 'with gsl uiit rtieI;ta furni.h the bigiabout UW $3'unid.' '
: reeeivia'tefl daaOtceI Slb fird 1oidayih
( tceptr for
: tftscuit, I IW.
IVtUintbe Hea aiud In Gad.daa
the ; *. 1j ged. W.tberei wlii,b fire day*' D Uc* shall b ghr.gr fo r erery twentjiboattsad 'U tgiaie !

poomU wqftifedVqrt w: Cnited fitates :byt
.of A Oitwt
wbou die 8tI iy.yardiu;*iaIest ;UuaftcbuBjti'- ? Brookrvn.JT :tecmtotiiv *bia eompetener geuI district'reacJotioo 1wrej

i NeW rk.nd Ouspost estuna in i1 beve
If (thfp1iowiflg.eLas.my ba reaoired itor15Ji'a .% -.i----
11d4ttett1g Lde tichied o UaibIe. 2R0! r MI.atfnre Win uteiy S., -

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: flour) IdiiIIc.VIvgar, ts.enij4. &tteida Is asosiScu1s1y dlr'ct.d to thi.Juint10tb.zAts thi nreneit ..

r 3 gIt BM4n'; E; Jssev1n.garpilISJ.1eaaS and dried applat, K their of*Wb UMh, 1854,aod to t&4' cf f tbV sad tObeO1 at' iMttlavZ

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&t ,J- l byacif : $Dr.W,HoseUy'rf January aiQria.O'for thb )1ANUFAOTpgER 8LTrOO Lt4 .'1 tlibs riberMU f''I. .I3'. .V : .

- ;..W._ Jof.1M ft'htilSei of.Urflib t 1tu. 0 e. nanddi.-.., iVI'WrEnd denier in alUSds oT Platn arwt Fan- ) ia4 befb t M.taM tltiiN o.lL". ."f- ,.. r.. .. ,.. ..i
'article,Well.i&pttd (opl.all.D & lyinquality J:0'z&9- r..ft1/ .'My ttb &_'was ey Tio.Warea, tlti i p easaif' 'InrofiKiming,(b*citizens ytnfttiflt d lower part or' Georgia,.a Tisfactton eat LLWnS. ugvoa e4s1lataTMrn_-It..

., :awf style,b&jnjjrier*.: .Tbi; *to k n not,only all rntirely'gaie Uf-rt I vlwted-lheDgcU .belidH TftUfthatfee and' sufwrocHwteomitryi be Is ,grinding .with" ease 40 bnlsd41Mriu fi;. ,5 _,$ m '_. .
_; I large; bul setecfe&partMntarly: t fcr tbf Florida markets i.Tt7Isu1eera; 'crtfft1 .cheek aodftbAot my Dow4r.pred ,to wait otj.all that -W V p*trojoize in t thttia yf with Terf than (he ordinary jpfa'pew.; p- OU'l't'l y."t ..i1t(tr'tM.-r a..'- .

;which be feel.auured be trill be able to cell as eye.' I am happy and froUtl to fay that Dr;Hosely him fu his line of business."841 also tenders bis thanks plied to itiTho makr Corn Ahf'll a WQtt4' t J9 J .A1I' < M4WttYhi

- Two of tbe best Preparations: of the Ape. tow, riot only for cash nod the produce of the country did: relieve me. aud bail been for my having to to his friends.and the pubic ,generally for the very and every one warraiU'ea to give psrfott mtitbetipa. ...."'S"'' :
but aim to those who hare been dl'A1injCrith him expose myself to,very extreme cyld ,bad.weather I liberal patronage with which lie has heretofore been Call and examine them atDLADDSl: J1ufl.. .5 ...

- for Tf.arf. All those wishing tn purchase we would do believe. that I .would have .had uo return of the (favored and h* hopes that a continuation of tbe same ,April 31. ..85$. ".1.& per- onlr. '"_ r ki; 4. .r "
: yeesel .
They are not recom- advise to call iind tee thaw splendid disease. I visited the Doctor a scood ton and, be will be sranted 1 him. Whe of WKiske ntl'rr-'r!''I''bc':; ;;;;;_ .

- mended 'as' Universal Olaee.. Chen, Satin Plaid and striped relieved me again;and so far as the nricnsl.teport.about '. ,He"will constantly keep r>n hand a full! supply! of at Notice to Contractors.Omcx they ar*$U.d tat, tie., .'w_. r\ 0

Solid and Plaid Brocade the Doctor's ,injariog or.failing to relieve me,' sorts of Ware usually kept in :nn f'1t.\blullmentolb. or STATE ExoixnK BcssuTtm) can be found In of the forests otmerI:':.a .

Ctfe--alls Oro de Rhine and Black Silk*.. of all prices. and they are positively fulsfc...Asrzrda Df. Moseley's line of business. A full assortment ofShert Iron Owscr Uiu. p. 0,'ST.Jomu Brv ,FuL VAfousr20iH ;Person without any the sliffhttrt how""" .

- but simply for qualities. skill in the Treatment of Canctrtiaovr of no Physician Sheet Lead ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc; Cistera Puiaps 1855. ) !bee*are led bnrwreeptiMj! into lhfartnrt
Black and colored Velvet in tIN world that I WouM .
ot> ier' rely than and
no n other articles too oumer-iua to
many men PROPOSALS will be received at this .whfth,I W Demean* eeoe .
what their Solid Casbcleres and Meriooet him. As S U an EON and PflVSICIAN.be is SEALED tfd.L. ..
- name and plaid a equal tion. .
pur t.liu2Oth, day,of August,JS&G.fiar coostrnctinjf This work b to &e.had it K.. c..p-
Solid! plaid and) figured Delaines.Embroidered to any in the Southern: States; and I sin happy to TO BUILDERS. '
a Canal with its appendage,, arid at lhebiobstorv.4Ssite ..
nod black that 1 found hiui to be necessary ..
Black Bombazines, plaid Alpacca My Philanthropist ami adrise nil a perfect gentleman afflicted with and Tin Roofing, Guttering. Copper and Tin Conducting ,ut'h.II Lift Locks, Guard Locks.' Basin &t, from the 8t.aiarl.s fouL :Prir*H'..IIop;. IJ\f,

ports.The' vuit, persona Pipes tc., nil nf which he promises to do in the most Lake Harray on the St.John to JMi inn River a distance amount (twi dyllars)can be tent per-Xt aU,is. ,
Spnnuh and Mohair Debases. CutWer, to the DOCTOK as as and .
VERMIFUGE for soon possible work-man.like manner and style, nnd of the best mnterial. of thirteen mile.3.410 feet ; authorized by the and the work sot pr retarneloe pwsTsi.. .
Ladies black and colored Italian cloak doth, have their health restored.' RANSOM COOPER.
: : on shortest notice Anti mot reasonable terms General Assembly of the State nf Florida at its seesion 20 etntllo *tunp*to )prt Fa j ttrf;'.palr" ,
Black and colored and silk Rome. August 30th. 1855. ,
expelling Worms from Talmas IIF i Having been engaged for the last eight years in of 1854-6,by An Act entitled An Act provide Add, : -. -" + "
English plushed! Talmu. Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the abtfve in
my business at this place be thinks it unnecessary to recommend for and encourage a Liberal System of lateral 'Improvements MMJiT WALTTSACQ, .
Dotted ami embroidered lace V-Jla THOMAS PERRY Pod Jfaittr.
the. human has preseuce. himself any further to the public as regards in this State. ." ,1a.
b system Solid and Rome 30th 1855. -
plaid figured August
B'ack and colored l Bareges his capabilities as n mechanic bat at the same time h* F Proposal will specify the amount fi>which the IF TW fmt valM ef ti. werk'baa kes ...
: also Shatfey, all that favor him with work and work will be the mode and b which ei i proved it .
been administered Welch Silk and Flanneli A'snrtB a call good done manner titly by adoptio ae a text back,W t**.
Red and yellow enure Flannel. Awful Case of Cancer Cnrcd. cheap prices.Having payment are to be made.whether in land or money varieM liqoor mamflMtvren o f the efty ef ffev Terk,

; with the mdst satisfactory Opera Flannels of all colors. THis is to certify that' Cot. S. H. Harris, of Crawford removed from the old stand formerly known or portions of each. Map, Profile and f'IItim.tHea RECOMMENDATIONS 07 THI PRlSiThi .

county, cnin to me in the year 1851 with a Cancer ns White& Slusser lie will be found at bin stand corner be seen at this offi*. and any inf. rm tion obtained by
and embroidered work will
Ereneh be
English band fcood to
on iiis. chin, of fourteen tho chin- of 200 foot street where lie will be .rind to wait addressing i the undersigned at Orange Mill Post Of inppljx the ifealet U IV t:
yenrs standing .
: results to various animals Lace and linen C. Hnndkt rrhi"f.. nnor,_. "ilN'._._ Ym-ap..h .;f1" ..i..in ,.....___ .
bone and salival glands had: all become very much on all his friends. THOMAS WHITE. fice. St.John's River Florida" Proposals will alsO guide n. -"-- ---.MII ..
Collars. Handkerchief and UndereleeTti amid all tlw varied
diseased and his constitution nearly ruined. Sir. Harris Dec. 1.1855. 48 be received for constructing a Rail Road over the intricate proetatess. .,
Worms. Embroidered Cbemoiiette and Collarettes this business. V10. ? .
to ,
subject p"
: bail been under the treatment of mnny eminent same ground. F. L. DANCY.
Blue brown and green Veil Bareges, and them the -1f\ lIDS. BACON State State of Florida. It were a work sopererofatloo to praise a book
physicians among wns great Dr. Sliep- Engineer
The Black love Veils, JLU of lInDt.lMnur', writing Tbe
LIVER PILLS, for ard. of Charleston, nod also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall 3 Shoulders, August 3J, 1865 35-1, rohtme before M a>
Thread Cotton and Linen Laces remarkable fur its
2 Plain Hams. completeness aad the exact
of 1l Ct'u. who! treated his case twice without pnctiral >.
L. the cure of LIVER COM- Cambric and Swim edgings and Inwrtinjs, removing the disc&se. He finally went to Dr. Marshall 10 bblf. Mess Pork. in store and for salt bv.' Leon County Iron Works, directions which it give OM sasn&< .ft.iI1,
Bobinet and Mantilla Lace find all of.the old modes *
HOPKINS A 11 EO INNISS. .Dljre1'qRptrItdfcL
ns be informed me. the third time and he refused TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Tke
PLAINT all BILIOUS DE- Colored Merinoe*, I to do anyihing mare for him. Soon after that time Dee. 1. 1865. 48kouuicIs. lUte of the old forraoU) would Pf**'It tiw "Jbea ef '
Curtain and Dress Calicoes, Establishment ia now in full operation. All oily" in the presence of Ibe n.w'
Mr.Harris heard fthe wonderful Ores'that I sUd j b '
Embroidered Lnee Curtains, many Bonnet! will be attended to with promptness and this work. One of the principal objects .

RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD- White, black and slate hosiery. had commenced made and visited me his at Griffin and in as a last resort. co'ored straw Bonnet all work done with neatness and dispatch.All to avoid, a* far u pofsibleu tbe use ef app.ar.appanta U W
treating weeks tbe *
rase six LA tr
White and black silk kinds of work such as Steam Work Mill Work, to the
hosiery Cancer was all removed, and tbe sore healed. Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets expensive ( operator)appliance of any liodk".,
ACHE, &C.Purchasers. Lidies- and tents black and col'd Kid Glovei, This ease wits seen and witnessed by nearly more than five M p1Ain" NN Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery. the manufacture *f, Uquon,.,_-., r.fr .Jl,.
Hisses colored Kid Gloves. Shafting Pulleys Hungers. Plough Castings Brass This volume contains
hundred 1 have the Cancer in black H the art of prepiriDr'aad ;
will please Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, essi.n.aucl persons. it b now my pos white satin and silk Casting tc..; also Sugar Kettles of any size kept r up the whole list of drinkable*,from a t lciee pwttllijC '

October 13, 1855. 41 any person! can see ,\ calling at my- office bllek". (etrn.rp\ eo constantly on hand. All work done in inch establish of Otard Dupoy of lie vintage of',. to siaVlI
in a
tie' particular to ask for II in Grimu. This THOMAS case was JONES witnessed uf by UriEt. Children--and- Miesstraw'I ment will be done by n*. with a particular regard to rnd economical( manner omaking eider withcrto.pls. .,

Notice. Hats the strength and! dm ability of the work. I by fern..nlatMa A friend la.
Dr. J. D. MARTIN applied:Uwt.
: Dr. C. McLane's Cele- Comperi-nt Workmen always in readiness to put op ; eipe for eonvertii% 23
months after the first publication this notice E. W. WI LSON. For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. gallooe wlisktj into 40 n]
Engiue tte. lou with the
SIX undersigned, administrators, of the estate ofl.ewie F. CltENSUAW.II, October 13, 1855. 41 most satisfactory' result*. TU JaiLer
Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for doe' not
brated VERMIFUGE and quality pos ess* an
I do tbd and equal swoo.t*fktoti ,
II. Branch deceased will present their accounts certify myself many others of this a
cash orders business firm in tbis
Notice. or accepted on some lung propt'rtif' to the former
and vouchers to the Judge of Probates of Leon Coun. place were eye wit le,sC8 to the above stated case, ,though tile 40 pItoN
Liberal for old and ola
place. paid Iron was ranch finer
LIVER PILLS, prepared by ty and uk to be discharged from their administration and that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. SIX months after date the undersigned Executor of Brass. prices Copper Mrthanie.Thi' color,tatt.andodon-JVtw JWJt.

All letters must be addressed ( paid) to ; much talked
Griffin 14 1852. deceased, will hi accounts and vouchers post of book U at land eontafce. *
cti JOSEPH BRANCH. ) May, present *
J. M. SHINE Tullahassee Fla.
e3)1c.'I\\im1 t\.eb JAMES H. BRANCH f Adm'fI. to the Judge of Probate for said County,and asked to mass information that is perf.nYI.fooI.Ws\) aid .
; Mrch1l,1854. 10 could only hav:been aeqnimffr aetnal
Dec. 29.1855. 526mNotice. be discharged. obsertatMa
t To he Afflicted iOf nil Conditions.I Ifyon wish to Me "ceouityaplledJ f.
SOLE PROPRIETORS Pitts- do certify that I was most horribly! afflicted with Executor. MILES NASH & CO. Laeour oo Liquor. Practicability appear te kavele>
Cancer which caused in the design of lbs
n on my upper lip. me pain September 2 1855. 89 anther. No delay are Kteaaary I*
Pa. and take Q J r'X months after date we will present cur accounts dcscribable. After trying the skill of all the most DEALERS IN a.celtam the result! ,ofan 'application eta ntipe.-

burgh, no L..J and voucher to the Hon. Judge of Probate of emimnt Pliysicinns that I could hear of and that Bacon, Bagging &c. We speak (rem actual obserratwou s.s.

other there various Hamilton County. for a final!settlement of the estate without relief. I gave up my case as hopeless and as DRUGS, (fflift) PAINTS, This work will rvolntion e the premt say!.el
as are ofDavij I Moat late (,said county deceased, and ask I thought with death staring me in (the f cc. But fortunately JUST received per latest arrivals from New Or. mllDu .during rP.-N"" Yrrk SirUi .

tl be discharged as administrator*. for me, I heard of Dr. W. R. Moeeley's great and New York the following articles! which MEDICINES BOILS &c Lacour book for intructiwr in I he art ef Bsklor

other preparations now EDWIN F. WREDE. success" the treatment of this disease, and as a last they offer nt the lowest cash prices: and bottling effervescing i tenperaaee Irrsrsrs*.:-

: ELIZABETH MOAT.Adl11iuistrat.ou., resort I placed myself under his-,treatment and in one 15 Casks Bacon 10 Bales Bagging. inform their friends and the pnblie. that qunn wines, and pure vinegur for t table,sheeUVe

before the public, pur month from the time he commerced l. I was perfectly 20 DMa. Flour 15 P.. Sea Island} do. WOULD, on hand a good assortment of such ia the hands of every bous.keepi. m.the roatry.-. .

March 1. 1858.6m sound and have been so ever iinre. 30 Coils Rpe, 10 BMs. Whiskey. articles The copyrights foiltd. would
as are generally kept in their line of business, or we give mi readers
porting to be Vermifuge ELIZABETH JINKS. 200 Ib*. Twine 10 Bbls.Mess Fork I and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their this morning some of the most .valuable recipe that

Butts County, Ga, May 27. 1846. 50 Kegs Nails, ever in How
Town Property for Sale. terms shall be reasonable. appeared print. so much Mfonoatioa esa
and Liver Pills. All Tallahassee, April 9th ,1853- 14. be given fur two dollar b the roost astonishing eaters
undersigned offers at private sale the follow- Newport, October 27. 1855. 43
THE Horrible Case of Cancer Cured, connected with .the boot-A.i* Tart T.mu. .
described known the rn\.id ---- -
others in property. as Lots Hides___ Wanted._ LcoD o. LICJOK.-Thi. b the
mot&- kte'
,. comparison viz: Ix.ts Nos. 3. ?5. 27. 30.() 48, HO. HI. 142. 143 BY DR. W. R MOSELEY M. D. In Cluincery-in Hamilton Circuit Court. n work tbe toJII

144. 22G. 227. 235? 23J240. 241, 242. 243, 244. !245. I do certify that I.was for mavy years bodily afflicted Willis W. fork, Complainant KnrvA BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the with on it contain manus immense ture of liquor that we ever Bet
an number of formula for
with Dr. McLANE's, are 248, 24g. 250. 252. 253. 254. 25i. 257. 258, 268, all with Cancer on my Lip and Chin I tried all the t>.. t\J\J\J\ \ highest pnce will be paid. Also Deer ;

in the original plan of the city Tallahassee. remedies I could hear of but found no relief. I fiually John V. Stephens and Lor kin McTyer. and Eliza and Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON making vinegar every variety Ac ef The liquor work*.wine b *,cordials litters subscription ,

worthless. -ALSO- heard of Dr. W. R Motley great success in the Filcher John Filcher Thomas Pilcher William Pil- Tallahassee September 29. 1855. S9 syrups ; the subscribers are dealer published and importer by

Lots Nos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 in S. treatment of Cancer affections and 'vitited him at cher. and Nathaniel Wicker heirs at law of James -
The , County qr.A liquors fa this city :This alone would speak more'ia
GENUINE McLane'sVermifuge Griffin, and in the course of six weeks he had tbe Cancer Pitcher deceased, Defendants.TT A. B. CLARKE
L o- iavor of tbe reliability of the work than eould be elkerwise .'
all removed. I would ndvibe all that are afflicted
and Liver Lots Nos. ". 12. IS. 15. 16.22,2:5. 89, 40, 48, 61', with the disease, to visit him and have their health appearing upon affidavit to the satisfaction of tbe MERCHANT TAILOR, said-JV. O.btlti.
I Court that the defendants, ElBK Pilcher. John Pilcher March 1. lUG.'m
62,in the South i County quarter. restored. He is, beyond all kind of doubt the most Willian Filcher and Nathnnel Wicker heirs at DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING AD

q Pills can now be had at The Gov.above Brown.described For further property information formerly and belongedto terms, skilful Cherokee Cancer Co doctor, GA. in the EMANUEL Southern States.DOMINGAS. Law of James Pitcher, deceased, reside beyond the GENTLEMEN'S FUKXISUIXO GOODS. Quit Drinking Poisonous LIqcrs!

ail l' which will be liberal.apply to A.Kerry Amaker, Esq., REFERENCES-Dr.J. D. Marlin Griffin Ga.; Dr.J. jurisdiction uf this Court,to wit in the state of Geor- NOW receiving at the well known old stand for LACOUB PATENT IMPROVED PBOCMa-

respectable Drug Attorney at Law Tallahassee. Y. M. Pucket, Harris county Texas; Greer Bishop, ga. occupied by Clark t Stillman. a general F.r making al! kind of
It is ordered that the said defendants nnd
CHARLES P. MANNING. Griffin, GxScirrlui appear assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing.Furnishing LIquors and Yluegnr.
Stores. UntiholdJ the above property will be for rent. answer the said bill on or before the first Monday Goods Cloihft! Cassimeres, Vesting, tc, composed
ef L-wur's
A. PERRY AMAKER. iu June next. else the same will be taken Pro Con- in part of the following articles: INSTANTLY, by use Lsentlai

FLEMING BRO'S60W60DS'T ,&. 7-tf Breast ran be Cared. fesso" Provided this order shall be published in some Fine Black Dress Frock Coats
February 16,1856.
LET THE PUBLIC READ 1 1Ix Newspiper ,'itbm. his Circuit once a week for the period Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock and These Oils are obtained byDistillatiessat U>cCh .-
; ;, PITTSBURGH, PA. of four Months prior to said) time.J. Business ical Laboratory(parish Jefferson) of Pierre Lacour
Cotton Seed Planters. to the afflicted and the gratitude nnd highopinion Coats
mercy Author Lacour Chemical
a Luoor's Cb
: t Sole Proprietors. WAYLES BAKER Jndge.Mitcbeir Cassimer do. Anlyi'ia. in-
I entertain of DR. MOSELEY Fancy do. do
as a Surgeon
undersigned having purchased the right of Manipulations, Laeour oa the Manufacture ef Liquor -
'and Solicitornlbr
THE Stewart ComplainanLF Black and Colored Cloth
and J h 'licjso. I deem it my duty mention the case Overcoats Ac.
SCO VILA MEAD inventors.J. 'r. & L.J. WAIT for the Counties '
2, 1856. 5 '
bruar.r .!ock Doeskin Pants.
theme time that all
wife at
No. 111. Chapters: : St New Orleans of Leon an.I Jefferson arc now prepared to manufactnre of mv hoping persons LACOUR-SOILOF COGNAC, converts aaitrsl
General Wholesale agent f-r the Southern States, to them to ordt'r. There seed planters are undoubttully similarly afflicted may be benefitted by it In the GEORGIA AND FLORIDA. u Fancy and Col'd Casshnere Pant, spirit to a superior imitation of Imported Braae!**,

whom all orders roust be addressed. the best in use. Farmers will do well to Bret part of this year my wife had several email lumps Black: and Fancy Silk Vests, viz: Otard, arzersc, Marett Ognae PovUoey. S i4g-

Sold' by Ames & Lively E. Barnard. Jr.. Miles call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. to make increase their appearance size until in her the whole breast breast; they became continued DR. T. J. CUR LEE do.Fancy Cass.Velvet do. Cashmeres do. netee.United Vineyard Properties.Ca tfllk,*B4lL-
Kith 4t WILLIS BALL. to in don Dock Brandies. The will have fall
Co. Tallnbisnee. Fla.; J. S. M. Davisnn. Liquor a m>
Quiney: Gardner& Mills. Newport; W. T. Carpenter Tallahassee Feb. 9, 1856. 6 oiseased mass and very painful. I procured the Practicing Dentist, White Marsaille do. D.B. ty flavor and a beautiful sparkling relor. Cocmoa
medical aid in the of Rome and notwithstanding -ALSO-
& C.., Waukeennh t best city Rectified Whiskey will he changed; the .1,
; Mosely Pope. by BM
the earnest and f.iithful attention of the A fine asanrtmentofShirtsCollars, Cravats,Black,
most I Oil
Palm & Bro. Monticrllo. S.'Pulosien.! Monticello Notice. of Cognac, to Nw York Brandy Pine
; and MADISON. FLA., and their respective nod
skilful physiciaus she continued to grow worse and White and Colored, Kid and Silk Olcves. self adjusting -
W. Roger & G., Chattahoochee Baltzell & Widgeon. Brandy comrron Cognac Brandy ie.LACOUR'S .
; having claims against the estate of adjacent counties. He inserts number of Artificial Merino
person. until the case incurable and any Stocks. Cotton and Under-shirts. Jeans
ALL worse they gave up :s
Marianna; Nicholson& Zehjler. Bainbridge, Ga.; late Capt. Thomas Reynolds, deceased late advised amputation. I wn advised I by many of my Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett on the latest Drawers. Brown Fancy. Cotton, and Lisle Thread i OIL OF RYE hangr* eemnoa Ratified
D. H. Dickinson Bainbridg; E. Seixss, Thomasville, of Leon notified to them principle gving them that beautiful, lifelike Whiskey to Monongshela Rye Whisksy.jsU Tir-
County are hereby present friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, Griffin, Ga.. improved Hose. White and Colored Cambric Handkerchief, all Malt

Oa.l"ebrua.y to the undersigned Executor within the time required which I did', r.nd. astonishing as it may seem, he had appearance which. approaches Nature so nearly. of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms ginia OIL OF Whiskey.'CEDNA Bourbon Whiskey 4..
23, 185ft. law this notice will be in bar of their to detection the closest observer. T changes eommen JU ti *d
by pleaded as challenge by
or fin- entirely cured wiihin i one m.nth J and '*>e i* now and wnrranted as good a* offered in this Marke-: old Irish
and all those indebted to Persons needing Dent l operations their NATURAL Whiskey tn Malt Whiskey, and a IWFeOut
recovery, are requested in qood1eat11a II I would advise all who are afflicted on Call ami examine.NovtemberlO856.. article of Scotch '
Blacksmithing.TIIE make payment immediately. with Scirrhui and Cancerous nffcctions. to visit the Teeth and wish him to perform them can by 45 Whiskey.OIL .
JESSE AVERETT Executor. have t them done nt changes coalmen Whiskey to Yifginia
have formed without I satisfied applylognooN following prices -
Undersigned delay. HS am by experience
; ; co-partnership for the pur.he Feb.23. 1856. 8-8w mid observation that he is the most skillful physic:an which will be found to I* :MUCH lower Ihan h'* ever Manufactured Tobacco.I will Peach Brady, de. Oil Peach and Ole Cogoae .

I carrying on the Black- ill the Southern States, in the treatment of that horlible been offered in this section of country bffor. to-wit: SHALL receive some 400 Boxes various brands OIL convert OF GIN commoa Whiskey the to Apple Brandy.

reitliing Business in all itl' various branches. Particular For Sale. disease-Cancer. For filling teeth with G oil! Foil SI 00.$1 60. $2 00 Mullens"Manufactured Tobacco converts poorest Wliak.LoBo&land

attention is given to Carriage and Spring Work "I A A BUSHELS of pure Sea Island Cotton Seed WILLIAM II.MITCHELL, mid $2 50. varying aceonlinjr to size of cavity and n<;ain this season 100 Boxes now on on the consignment way out.- England Gin.Gin Scbeidam Le.LACOUWS Schnapps, Bute Gin, Swan Gill

and tolling Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. The 1 UJ by S. S. KNIGHT. }L E. MITCHELL.DaiiqhtirtfJ. amount material I used; Extracting teeth, in OFFICE Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and it CONCENTRATED five

shop is convenient to the Livery Stable of P. B. Br.>- Feb. 16. 1856. 7 W. BludlJU/I. Rome Ga. only 50 cents-out of office *!. will be sold lower than same be laid down wmi
quality can hours after being mixed change five ..
His for full lower sett of teeth gallon jooi
mIcE a or on
and attention horse upper
kaw. to
special given shoeing. Rome Ga. October 25. 1854.
for from usual markets and time to
oo good and
par Vinegar twe nty-five mdluoa of to
with CONTINUOUS GUMS is water thirty
PLATK. ( ifneeessary.)
of tvery" description done to
Farming implement or Just Received.
only $6 tooth and perfect satisfaction guaranteed gallon of the rocsi acid Vinegar thai can he bum!ia
der. P. B. BROKAW
BBLS. yellow Irish Potatoes. For isle by .A. O A.B.D. in instance.per Newport August 4, 1855. SI the markets. By the cse Laeoor'a.Ceneentratcd Acid. .
H. B. FITTS. 20 eve.-y
Jan 12, 1858. MyNotice S. S. KNIGHT. ALL persons that are deMrous of availing themselves Those desiring bis services in any portion of the -Middle Circuit of Florida.IN Vinegar can be made fcr one dollar aad tfcrtj etnH
Feb. 7 of DR. MOSELEY'S services will find him barreL
nt above named cwmtie. or any other section of country per
hislNFIRMARY.BROADWAY.GRIFFIN.GEOR- can upon application by letter to either of the above LEON CIRCUIT COURT.In FOR MAKING LIQUORS. Laeonr'a OQ's require

NoticeSIX GIA. named Post Offices or otherwise recsive prompt at the matter of Petition of Elizabeth Rice for a DO preparation-only poonng the OO into the Wbitkij

I S hereby given, that we shall make application Patients boarded] at $1 per clay or $16 per month. tcn ou. change of her name to that rf Elizabeth levinus: and shake wed. The Liquid thus made will have a
.1 months after date, to tire H"iu Probate Couit of months'nflerdate. we will present our accounts. FEES in all to he agreed before under fine natural aroma-a lull, rich taste. btaoti-
cases upon is oily -a
of the of the
: !.' At, to the lIon. Jud.'e of Probate of hereby given filing peti.
Hamilton be dismissed from the administration
County, to NOTICE
taken. No case will be received into this establishment KEFEaiMOE* : f Elizabeth Rice for of her ful transparent color and a fice bead. Lacocr>OT
Hamilton County, for a final settlement of the estate a change name
of the Estate James S. Roes late of Hamilton
unless it is believed examination that it JUDGE exeit three distinct in
COLE. eonntt
Stephen Kmh late of said County deceased and can Macon Georcia.IIoor.J. to Elizabeth Le'inns, aud that after the publication of properties DC' com&-
County deceaed.AMOS CIIgSHflta'AThnt'r.ELIZABETH ask to Le dischaiged Executors of said estate. be l cured or admit uf relief. All cases rejected will L. SCWASD } this notice (or three months application will be made, Whiskey to Brandy Gin,ie. The first nppperty combine -

JAMES GILL. invariably be charged $5. for cxaminialion mid vlce.' JCDGE Levi }V Thomssvills, 6*. to the Judge of Leon Circuit Court for an order making with and subsides jn the form of Floeuleot particle

CHESHIRE, Adiat'x.Teb.,186. WILLIAM BASSET, f I E xtra. All letter, t<> entitle them to notice must enclosea J. S. WIXN, ESQ, ) the change prayed lor in Mid petition.COUNCIL the whole of the grain .U. (Amjlic Akobol)>-.

5 Feb. 16, 1856. 7 "stamp for the payment of postage. and be direc- W. S. DJLWORTH E.q 1 A. BRYAN, Clerk.Jan. The whiskey b thus deprived of that peculiar irrits-

t ted to W. R. MOSELEY,M. D.. ; C. O. FIFE Esq, I IMenrs 12. 18 G. '.m. ting and buranj Lute and become a neutral sitt

Notice.SIX Salt-SaU-Salt. Griffin. Georgia. W.& J. BUDD. f llonti**!!.,Fla.Col. the second property consist in to oily mncilafmoBt

months after date 1 shall present my accounts February !8, 1856. ly-8 E. R BLACUuaif. J Executor's Notice. taste imparted to the Liqnor*. whkh renders it wc: .

&.c.to the Ilonorabl- Judge of Probate of OH A SACKS of Salt for sale by January' 12. 1856. 2BOOKS and impart an appearance of great age; the third

Hamilton County for a final settlement as administrator \\JJ( HODGKISS POOLE,
vn the estate of Deunis o..Jfbriry. late of said No e mber 1'. 1855. 46 BOOKS! BOOKS Leon ,and and vouchers to for the Judge final of Probate for that u imparted the Liquor which render Jl5

County deceased and ask to ,1 from raid TWL.E MYERS Qounty, apply a discharge from tion from the Genuine Brands impossible. -
Iii Leon Circuit Court. In Equity. received from New York the the office of Executor of W.O.Hylton.:deceased.
administration. JAMES W. OEIGER. tST These Oils are pat apia quart .t iitk.s
now recent
receiving by
: Feb. t 18a. 5 John Martin -f. ARE from New York.afash. flllII lUST, new Books: "The Old WILK CALL ExY.Dec. bottle contain suffieitnt Oil for making ZOO pno.e
22. 1865.
o by Mrs. Ann S.Stephen,
ionable and well selected stock liquor. Full and comprehensive durec&a aeo89MKuy
_ _ of "
and her f wmk "FHshion and Famine. The
John P. K. 'rner the bottle Price 12 bottJ .
A es cb LIveJ.y: wife. Martha coml'binmt'j Watches and Jewelry, work exhibits unquestionable power. command of language Seed Oats. mOoe bottle of UMSM Oih (five ia number) will

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA and Bulling COnsisting of gentlemen's gold hunting levers lading vigorous description strong passion and dramatic 500 BUSHELS superior quality for sale by be securely packed and shipped (with (UU ef TadXng

: .IJ Wholesale.and.Retail Dealer_in fill tee,
: DRUGS AND MEDICIHES- the satisfaction of the Court that qaartier Watches; Cameo;Musaic, Coral and all guld guIse of an nutobiojcraphv. It is written with grace Dec. 1. 1855. receipt(1 1 0,to,the address of
1& I IT appearing bosom pins and earrings. necklaces. gold and jet crosses and beauty, sparkles with imagination and i i. sustained 48Hides P. LACOUR, Nsw Orleot.Marth .
K. and his
}'.rfuner,, Dyestuffi, SU'hrWat Instruments, Defendants, John.P. Savage, wife boa )ni pius and lockets fur hair and daguerreotypes throughout by originality of thought and caprteIion. 1. 1858.Advances; $-4m
reside the limits
Martha B. .f Florida -
Spices. Snnff.Oils. Window. Glass Paints Savasff beyond gold and hair bracelets a large asses meat of "Ta nrino." from the of Madam George -
; ; pen in anyquantity, for which the highest .
I viz in the State of G8O'Jia-It is ordered that
; Vanishes. Putty Manufactured Tobacco : line plain (diamond ruby pearl and g met ouyx aud Sand. "Rose Clark Fanny }"m'.1aat novel together WANTED price will be paid in n.b'lr procrri. .
; thev and demur to the Cilm.plainant' on Sea Island Cotton-
and Glass Wiire, Patent Medicines appear plead, answeror M
cornelian finger rings; gentlemen'* diamond ins with Rnth Hall."Fern LtII"etI.and Dfe and '
Fine Fine Tooth Pure Wines and Brandies bill at fculf to be held in the Clerk'office ; BROOME d HEIR. IBERAL ADVNCE3 mad.' Sea I.'..d Cot-'
Soaps sleeve buttons plain cameo onyx and.cornelian; agreat Beauties Fanny Fern. Rosa Clark upholds the reputation September U5. 1865 37 L. ea
and Hair Brushes for Medicinal, of ibis Court. fin the first Monday in Augun. 18ft6. ton for 8bipmct-to D. LACD.
purposes variety of studs fine gold vest, fob and guard of this distinguished female novelist. It is CharlestonVy
: Paint Brushes Fancy Article. else the said Bill will be taken pro confeito as against chains seals keys gold and siver pen and pencil cases intensely interesting and claims the attention of the Just ReceivedPer New Port NOT..S,.18J5. 44 V
is further ordered that of this
them. It Order
Garden Seeds Fine Havana Segars. A copy silver Tn -
and Kold and steel spectacles, gold and silver reader from beginning end. Abbott' Napoleon
They have ixently received Laigt and Fienhgvpplyul Im published' for thi) ee months in some newspaper published thimbles. complete, embellished with steel .engraving beginning Brig E. Remington from Kev Tort, ,-"For sale. > .
in the of Ta ll,,has .
every t'AI tty of articles usually' kept bydruggists. Done and city ordered at Chambers''' this 14th of February Fine Cutlery nod Gnns. with the Emperor's birth. following him throughthe I ff\ BBLS.Irish Potatoes ta do OoioDt. Cheese KA fi 8ACZS SAW1,h fir*ratt trfcr by

t Planters and Pliysk-ians will always. find Consulate Empire and Banishment His trial Buckwheat. Rio and Java Coffee, Cod Fish OUU a a. mnaHr.
Dinner and breakfast knives without .
{.rk knives
at this esiablinhnjent a full supply of ever;Uiiog ueedsd and triumphs are related with great strength and the Ac.. ,which we offer low for cash.RICHARDSON. 8ptemb.rtIU5.. If
and un thi niost liberal Uron. J. WATLCS BAKER. Judge. and forks in setts, carver and steel single, fine pocket -
1 style is unsurpassed by American writer. Subscribers & WHITAKER V
'Order from the Country ply filled and sat sfae- February 16, IS:G. 3m-7 cutlery shears scissors and, razors; fLe double
prom to Harper' Magazine are solicited. The Newport, Jan. l!,1856. 8 [SentineL: Gardes. see4IV. ; '
barrelled laminated steel nnd stub .
twist ..V
tiop; intaranued with regard both to price and quali'l guns, common "
in with Dickens "Little Dorret.
begins January
prescription carefully compounded.' Piano Fortes. guns shot pouches of various patterns, flue and year A FRESH supply cifrtsh weds.fr.sa rMn%
: .;!(B compound Fluid Extract of Duchu. common powder flasks cleaning rods, Ely's caps aud Inbruary9.18l6. .6 landing per Mastic and frr sale by uV
Jan. 1&015. iWlnei --WE are prepared to furuish Piano wads, wad cutters,and materials fur gunsmiths. KSWrOKT.rPHE McNAUGHT. *. ((.

_:. ; .. Fortes 0' the* very- belt quality, Silver and Plated Ware. Notice. I I undersigned? still carries on'the abovebusines -New.Port. .li, 1W& .3. : V ja l
tbe most liberal terms. .
upon' X ia all it* brauche Bt&ding well calculated for V V
':81rlp,. &C. They are econd'to none in any eonntry either astoaualityorprice. Silver table,desert and tea spoons silver forlcsi soup ALL persons having daim or demands against I dispatching wagon '- D. LADD PI.UII Potates V,.' .

and cream ladle) butter and pickle knives, plated estate of Conwlin English deceased.Iste of ._f
QLPOtard Brandy, bparkling Old Port Cider, Every lastrumeotwill warranted. fork and spoons, waiter, easton cake and fruit baskets Gadsden county,are hereby notified to present them Newport. September 2,1184. S5 25'BBLS.y.U."Potatoe..Jn Ua.ta.. .

,, Juice MH.15S NASH & CO. electro! plated tea seta and communion service to the undersigned administrator, duly authenticated To Long Cotton Planters. (tf sale by ., 5
lI diiri; S3,1856. 8Administrator's butter ogar.and cream dishes, chamlwr and parlor within the time prescribed by law, or this notice will .1IcrA11G .ORKOI :

.-ny; 'Sardines, February candlestick, saltcellars, boqdtffc lJOlde- card and be plead iu bar urt"lr recovery; And ail UTE have for sale a druids ef Freh' Sea Islandv rl:4"lt'I' .a. :: ; 1, I J
t Preserved Quinces persons V '
8 rtiagG.1atl Cotton t. -
Sttod'dIr.ctlrotn South -
flower baskets and briltannta 1CIffe. ... Carolina.' The '
l"Jar. Eztrscta ... .14. r.. Notice. indebted to laid estate are requested to make payment I Cottno Ginned ,from the QneerlesComE. ':,.
: ; ; T&martodSi .4 .1' M. 'tf i i, I ... immediately., .. ? _. ** Seed o14)j ra 'Obarl tton
'y4zt. Powder, having claim*'against the'Estate of WMJL this Season at 48 to 8$ cents,per ponndMoNACOBT -
c 8pr4sn Ph'vea, 8 ALL persons Ladies eUcnle% satchels,work wet pearl,Berlin GUNN. )I t' A ORM05D. 80pri, AIIOrt Items uM..4.O 4 .

OornStanh,. Pic\1a HcOall' late..of Gadsden. County de iron and morocco port measles,'pearl card'>easet,coral JOHNG.8MBcUmQuincy 10. Mal,1U6. 9. ,-. X A*. -.' V '
ceased are hereby notified to pretept them to the undersigned March U 1856. 1 1-8 "'
r.WoeesstrsbIrs, iiaes, Salad OiJ, bead, coral necklaces and aralete,iet bracelets w. > : McNATJQHTAORMOffT
Eal1ie1a.C ,' within the time prescribed by law; or thi* necklace and bosom pins napkin ring Lair ond toothbrushes IleeelT N.w Port.Jan. IX. IK*:. V S .!
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._ ,, COCOA- ; notice will be plead in bar of their rerr.'aDd. ,all ,hot revivers shell buflalo, india rubber and Wanted 1. Wanted! .1 &
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t .- : peraone I Indebted to the estate are requested to make 'china and : FroIR, Ckarltttan, .fH/ Brig Hm.,>
.' '. dLLESILITELT. :. ivory combs, wax doflsraxoi'strop& and rpo porcba 80 likely NEGRO MEN, from$ to C,'ulai'si.1.
J yi.,-joot.. ,: .mlMdi&te paytneat. toTHOMAS money belt*, cigar cases feather' dual n
: ." -- j'. '- MUNROE dine bell,bobemi;n glass and rchina vasea and hu:. Gash wiU be paid. ..Apply to S. KNIGHT.. ttaoooga*Mill.Floor tn be*alrf.. at tot'tf THE .a--a.t ;. ..IM.s..s.

1 .t i Administrator de bode"DOlL' keta terra eotta ?ase. and pltcbsprfum. bottle*. March tJ, 1860. 13 C expensa* fcy RICHARDSON elL WHITAKFB. i ;mlllh ed Qred4aET, MiJII.J'oooai
f iiBf ..- 'Q 1ioe1;. eb.ft. J856.. '.' 8 jewel casevcentrenspensioo .and aide lamp lamp I:" )I- T' wport.Jaa..l2.l8g, l. : % [Sentinel., o thAae.Vk: 4.48 aed 83 erU ;

.t 8Thsr.. r. 'fi .4hade,elunoey and wick,violin*and bow,guitar. ; : Boo -Binding.CTAVnTCf''procured awL 1btH CJrttflar, in 11i" 1w I ..
"T --" S_" .: ? :: "1'111i r7rt.n: I !r Mftt'It ". "'I' '
: ..! I *njo, tawbourines.aocoiieooseIarIonet.i; flutes and th.""wTrvfce of a Binder CircmlaJr !Upri8bfs w, bsvkb.r. .rf i
raLi. .Patent b b**..The 'to*kaUxt "
tlr and violin string*,fine ttJojme'and other I' '
O.tndt.i erl'1'lIfH I4tU1KW'l Lidf--T now*., No. 1 Dd.t \ifee guitar are wnr prepared to do all,businesa i pertalnksg HOE CO,and -Wslsh A GrUfeto-Omolar S w .and I4M fcr various sizes* _-J.:.J
t iJ'y. 'l1tj iomfI'f," ,'4 -; <* To1L to thtt department reasonable term; : 44 4t and 52 inch '
t f l d > h xlai>dfc bx For farthec particularsf
&n.f# r Jk&GflTiOBtoND. : j .lry repajrtd prejaptJ and InthiI '" rUoDOtTGALL" ... : ; ,
'" 'O'I: : IS'i': l ; i' 'muaja: ".t "HOBBY.A. sale by: ". L ;.D,UDlk. ." '
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