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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 19, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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"nY . --" '-- VOLUME VIII- -NO. 16.,
JONES.
S. FLORIDA APRIL 19
JAMES TALLAHASSEE 1856. ., > : ; ; .;
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TALLAHASSEE MILES NASH & CO. -f: ttlR FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL.] authorities to remnin, she carried him to Swit. WATTS AND CHARLES KlIL1IY.-If White- A Story 'ol f LOp f ar... .'

I'm Growing Old. zerlaiul. After a time they received permis. field W3* a born orator, Charles Wesely was BY JOE SMITH JX. .

FEMA1E 4q4B:7ffY: ) DEALERS IN sion to reside in Flume. a born poet. Nine-tenths ol the hymns in Sam Smith sat at home, on New Y-.r'.
rm -Id air
growing -the"frosty There they )lived in comparative trmquilit'till the British Wesleyan collection are his ; besides day, in dil1:1billtlIis1sencd) ,wu untlaan4. :

W. W. Chlldcrs, 'A. M., Principal, DRUGS, 41B& PAINTS, The summer' shaded: groves laid bare, 1830 when the imbecile Charles X, being which ho published several other volumes 'hi;* hair WitS uncombed, his boots w.i'euh;.

Rev. Brown Teacher of Music. Are but the emblematic! signs driven Irom his throne, the Napoleonic dynasty of poems, and his unpuhlishcdvorks blacked, nn( he was leaning back in a pie-: '

Mrs. H. 0. MEDICINES, Jf OILS & C Impressed in unmisLaken lines. once moro cam up before the mind, would fil! five or six octavos mora.Valts tureaquo attitude'wf&.bis; boils against, Uo :

.n- inform their I'm growing old-the rustling leaves. of time French people. The jealous of the was before him in the field, but no one ever mantlepiece! smoking a srgar. Sam though : 'j
friends nod the that
tn Hon. M. A. Isms. Prt' 't. B"r.1 1 o- WOULD public
tr IlEFER .' That Autumn'"anin Ciiizen King, Louis' Philippwho was clec' asserted that he copied \V aUI. On the con himself that this nod ht'".
D. CL W'i1 ln. E4q, O'. R.-A. Shiiif. Dr : : nn hand a good ais 'itineiit nf such season weaves to was leap year,
Trmtw N.lIb.'* H"O.T. W. Bwvard, GOT.. K. Bnwwne.f irtide* as are gmerally ki-pt in their line .-f bu.Mnec In omens of the parting year. ted thl'l1ngh! the! agency of Lafayette, soon t'nr.no. two poets, so thoroughly agreed in glorious it would be if the ladies could bo induced

YiVs r* The rr rci, 'e* of the Acatlemy will commence nl will be revi-iriug regularly] fresh supplies Their Speak but the words "thine cn-1 i ii near." comp )lIed! Louis Napoleon to fly, :\1111. en their thenn, nnd so equal in their: merits. canoe to pop tlraqnestion, in accordance tri&.
Vhall be rensonHble.ee .
on Mo. 'iv, th" 7tli zzi1 t.; erwo TII1I1I118 April 9tb .1853' 14. y.'ijjin; ill an unsuccessful Italiami insurrection more dissimilar in the manner. Watts their ancient privileges. As he sat tnd.wtftttV. I ;

&pril.l856.! U I'm grc wing old-around me youthIn in 1832. he escaped into France-nnre for Ins greater vanely-Wesley has greater in ed the smoke uhich so gracefully curl*i.bi. .

sportive innocence and truth. than his elder brother! who died of fa Watts thinks of the congregation :
DR. N. G. MoDONALD, EDWARD M. WEST. tnnatw tensity. fancy glowed with the idea. How delightful -. to
With bounding life,and puW* play tigne. Comtmiided to depart by the FienclantlinrittLx who will sing what he is 'ting-Wesley 'Would be. to. have tho dear rreaturgf. ,.

MON'TICKLLO, FI.A.TTTILL Attorney and Counsellor at Law, The grave and solemn truth convey.Tm ho took refuge in Engliml. After pours out the irrepressible effusions of his own fondling on him, and \vith tender glanced $&;

nlten-1 with MsiJaous caro, nil cases cu TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. growing old-I feel in these tesiJinjj in London some time nnd secnr soul. Watts sounds tho depth of tho sinner's deavoring to do the agreeable. As he mediated .

V Cfficp T trusted d.4. tft nt! Lim.that of Col.Uircl)22.18SS. Dll.-Ctrtb. Apnl 5. UCG. HT Old bones of mine-theSf filtering knees ing tin fiienrlshipof nuiny leading politicians, heart,-Wos'cy' triumphs in thc fulness of theSaviour's I his heart softened, and b* began to forliasqueami to :

I-Iy The di'.nmin? eres-tlie fro te l crest tiiu chief!! _ r. 1 J.'
--- Notice. The note of time that calls to rest. returned to : vitzt.'i iiiia, ami entered me army Sl'tlltl'III'Ul- nnd '.ilmrist- melanchOly ofa I elf over his feeling, and thought he would *, '
P. SLIJSSER.Tallab. of that! little Ho student; ;t' who;; seldom::; went; IId"Wesley :
WILLIAM A LT persons havinsf claims rgiirwt the lute fri The \isrm:: : tint ill early days gallant republic. was faint with propriety the 'first time a lzi4y. '

.a o 1a.MAwFAcrv2Ea t1_ of Murnt A \\' j. are rf'qllelllt'li I to presn 11 >t.line Dre'f..rth the fasrinattng here tempted to nndel take his Strashourg expeililion exhibits the: freshness, vigor, antI vivacity inspired I should squeeze bus hand. i.,

SlIKKI ,. to tlm 1I1I.lt'r.iph..I.; mid all pers-'n nidebled t tis II. : gaze when he was taken prisoner. Louis, by countiy air, raging mobs, and hal! Rap. ," hounded the door. Sam t
CoPFBK.TlN ASh N. l.uch.lllt the sobered rap rap
more ,
OK arc icq-icsted tu nuke ln-np.lillt. sense '
paYIIItlt.CATIJ.HISE Philippe, who, from motives of policy( or humnniiy lelniahs converted! tiIlIlNS.VlltS is careful tho Vemetah-.b1ipd. Mercy" ,
IROX \V ARE, \WIIOLKSALS U RKTAIIi.v : I D. MUUAT \'an.heJ-al1; departed 11 ncc. peeped through "
did wish! "ecl to extremities lest he should! make his
not to proc congregation say exclaimed he if there "i'srtMilg5oresm:
JAI ,
DZ.u.Et PLAIN, FANCY AND 'ANMDStovn It. W.VUITE.. The p"ssi"ns) cooled ambition qieIl'dFoi ,
\V.un. April 5. IS'.G. H I all against one of the IJuinparte: fan.ily, sent too 1Il'lch-"re li'Y expresses the most :ardent I and. I all in dishabille, and looking liko A ; ?

: a pirnti"s dipell'dNo ; him t to the United) States I lie anived in New feelings in the strongest language. Watts U freight. Goodness gracious! I mlkit.borr ..

!pad-Quart. ? DR. LEWIS, more shall. beau'y's: sparkKuj eye, York March 10;, 1837.: The :al.irming illne.s seen at the 'foot of Pisgnh. looking with pious and fix myatll." *. ; ..
away
:\ SPLENDID assortment: of C >'kin1'Arl111 RESiDENT ,DENTIST, N'r sparkling wit nor lovc-'s fond sigh of his mother called him to Europe again longing! towards its summit :- ,
he
f' 1 with ; As left the Miss Jones entered
an.1 I VMM I St.ttirn'1I7 neutuc3 *- room \
Enthral the soul or wriu; tH] heart, of the and he "C >nl.lVK! but stun 1 where M,'se3 stood
the
I same
an i JaraWIity, at rc.lacoJ prices. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. September year arrived and with composed air intimated that -abW 1
With emiles of of Ami! view the ] ,
joy or wile art. lan-jscnpe o'er.
in lime .
Oiil D Mir Woik.TlnSi I f-: now ins>Ttinfir Artificial Teeth nnthp I in Switzerland' just to perform Not Jordan' stream nor ileutli' cold fljoj, would wait. Miss Susan Jones 'Was' 'a firm J

?. Omi-ncntil Fr-n" I Hea-K Onfteriiuy. Cop j new and inip-mvd I rinciple: ivitl I am grown nld-what wWi or thought, (the melancholy duty ol'closing her eyes. Sli"uKl frijj'it us from the shore- believer in woman's rights and now that tOO. .

p!r an I 1"1. C-.ul.i-tii: ; Pip--*. S'.i! st ]L\I. Sli-r' !I c miiiiu! '>is; !1111)". fr )m one ille to I IIi Can linger <'cr* this e.irihly hit? Not I inifiiediattly returning to Ameiic.a, While Wesley stunds singing on the mountain season was propitious she determined to tuko ;.

2v 1"11 I Pipe. Pitcnt Ci-N-ni P.i-ans.: Si!Ini woilof I i ,tht-r. witli-iiit eini <>r crnok. leaving 1111 plnct- for llu.l Nature with throbbin\ ? amwer blend Louis Philippe became alarmed I and threatened top :- the advantage thereof, and do a little courting. "' f
(1 di rt notice. !. .l,.iUMit cf !1.1.; ilu-fi-liy ri-H"erin! tin-in ifeftliio :
every variety ne nt : |1'1 .\ "The parting. hour wi h bosom friends." the Helvetic Republicith his .
I I ; 'like :\111 I r.ts'rin: the mpn.il enntcnr of the f.uv. vengeance 'Thn promised land, from PugnL'a top on her own hook. It.was only woman's pjj Y i
('il}' and C-mnlry UlrivhniitqAcreoectfilly i ... ELEETS. In September[) I 1838, Louis Napoleontheiefore I nv ex'ilt t. lee : which had been the .
: HS to d-'fy d I. ti"H. UK \\ill ntu-nd t..1\1I o.db liege, usurped by tyrant, 'f
invitc.l to give me a call bckic psr-I London. Here ob My ""Iolt| i# full (oh. glcrioui hope I) f
Fl-ii "tuflH' to
n Middle 1 I. f..r Full S -tts. Thu-e I \vi!hinj; Full r we arid she was determined to assert her rights it
r.1..i"! 'Iluwiere.! .I Settin obt.-iin .ill l..tll'r. Excelsior-] SI'rtlw of for in Of immortaliij.( )
: : illfurmnti'lIby : shortsightedness despots,
neoi'ssniy in of tho hollow formalities ofafalao.system .
spite
All articli mirififtu.vl! from the U1.em on's LcIa :
X. H. : very re.
jgf He will instantv What thnt,1i the iimnnt.-ii i's siJe he ,
wiirr.nit. in satisfaction und steep-
-vc-iy S\\itzeiland the heir of the 1'onapaites: '
il \111 I warranted durable.: Xo othtr article : was of .
l ht ni itfri prices to suit the times. Terms Cab! "r when called : And rujrgud l he thy way ? sooiety.h'Ilwlule
T'llI: h! f.T"r..J! J fir ile.JO. fjr. I What thiiii'jh! I the pi".ing rlo'ids obscure comparatively! harmless: while I in London The N. Y. Herald Sunday contains the with palpitating heart, Sara 'i.

<);!?!!,* 1355. 42CojPartnsrship T\\f\ .:. the locus of all continental, discontent, and I
June 21, 18)1.: 25 blight i ies!> f I ih v iy'? subjoined paragraph : Smith went through a series personal ndornments. .' ,

That. ni'iuntni'' '" suniinit lins: been presseJ revolution I he could organize a paity i and. become 'a About two \ears ago a negro woman The l llts.t twist.was given to his collar
No Uc FLOYD & HOLLAND By wearier fet than; I thnicl, 1 1An.i fi.k'ium tho wor'd. It i : ]
to ispretty
a move lamed Diana: was purchased! from her owner, f.e last curl to bis whiskers, and with
tI'1llr"iIf'.11Iwe! ll's! "ay: ,':>*cr('J into a cop1ttner..hll' I thri'Ugh I the clouds of t thy despair, certain that his residence in London k i
rp.'IE at Law."TILT. : F. Gould of South Car.
Attorneys UJMS from above still -I.ille.f'Thl'rl"s Esq., EdgefieU, whio: cambric in hand, be descended.to the
J theWHOLESALE J
m RETAIL pr.ii-tuv in the Circuit Con,ts of Mi j MU gave him the klwwlt.'tlgeI.d opportunity to Una, by abolitionists residing in this city.- parlor. Miss Jones rushed. to receivo him,

& 1\\Vst 11 .i iLi. inl 1 i i the ijnpreine C"intf Xor jny not without a rte a withn-it jrriefNo -a thorn, iiHture 'I.is;i plans. Among the contributers to th" fund for freeing I and grasping his hand with fervor, said :- : f,

IXBLTJGIBTJSTZKTESSS: .11 tin StutcA!.. in the Di tiiH .. of the United In 1810 English steamer the her Hev. Ward "'
; ( .urt mitunin limif!tthp,big in, hiiinj: an was Henry Beecher. Dearest, how beautiful you look, aecomr\v-\, !

wilier the n mie an.1 stvlc of i5tatiin tin* i\"iiln-ni) INtrirt of Florida. Without the filling linfL City of Edinburg, he actually, at the head of whose riflv! practice has gaineJ him such a nying l her words with a glance undisguiwd'' : (

U.J. FLOYD. Office ApaWhicola. Fin. -t "upw/lrll-II"nnl." l Id' thy Iny j.bjnt sixty French and English friends made notoriety lately. Diana came to this city admiration. .' ,
J 1) I'. HOLLAND Office '
Q.iinev, ILL
AMESLIVELY.TIIEV Dcp.22,1S55. 51 (Jive.i in ".I. nor h-spnir! a descent on France with the avowed intention ind nursed her mother until she died, when, Spare the blushes ofto modest ; f
1 h. .lui but the lot youngman
n ret coinnni: : ,
---- ---- --.-,- Thy burden! mtcLivhetr. : I of overthrowing Loui > Philippe.! I He having no ri-laivcs or friends here, and being : ," said( Sam, applying his cambric to his :
will b: plea< < It tllt..J I tinl"f I D.II I A lilt''. 0.1 out employment, naturally enough t face to hide bU confu>on. .I:
s- ; rti Louisapolcon.! immediately! taken ptisonrr: by the t red tho home of her "
wh..ra they \ill keep a Wl MH I ir
: ..-tiUentof! Article apjfl t.iiiiinto; ; tlu.ialime TALLAI1ASSUK SfUUOfMllNG COUSTR A SKETCH BY rinucs r::GE'iT. to whose! Napoleonic sympathies lit' appealed; where her husband and ehiHren are still )liv- turn not away tho.e lovely eyes, dark as tha t.

,.f.., ncsa. I>. H. A M 1 E-\. -* What] the! Sphynk j is t u tin present : in .Iill. I Hu I was-tiled Mid sentenced (to I i.npiisniinient ing. 1 Ileftrtig I : that Col. ). Frazer, neigh.. jet but sparkling as the diamond.- Listen to .1,!

M. LIVELY.Jjcjiry /\FFICF. with Dr. il. Na jimmediately :15toftLC' : : Lotus Napoleon will bu lo the future.n generaioi fur life. In the Fortress of Ham hoe of''IeI' lormer mailer, was in tho city, the vows of the fondest afFect! m. here let :

: 1. 1:55. 1 \J I'.'st .'!.-... o-o:; respect lie is n more remarkable: man- i I closely gnnided, the Man of Destiny nursed she called upon him: at time Astor I Ho-ise, and us rest, said she drawing him to the sofa ;iU i--' 4.
M.IV: 1 1' 1 1S55. 20 his idea for This of him lake her 'back
seven was to to
Notice. grand years. jiteou-ly begged here with arm round \h-e- will 1 '
Ihan'Clt IIM niirlc. I In exile i npri onment my protest i- ,;
----
.,. u:1t lersi nttl. ad.nini, tr.ir no doubt the culminating point of hi j life, her old home, ns she was hcnitily sick ofreedfim true affection." j ,
1 the
.. .a 1i$ fer 1 : : > : T. J. )r. KriAr.frc! n FTnirit! WIIITAKLCIlICIIARDSOX and: neglect la1 has ever mI: .III'lIed) the ideal my {
S _" '! 11.< citatv .{ Violet I H.iTi a!.... !n't & W1IITAKEH oft.is d..itiJlit! i has before; liim as a giving solidity to his aspirations:' and, system anti yearned like St. Paul "for her .Leave rite', 8k feat me," murmured Sam. ;* j

..J t L'i C .u itr. iiill; ;jirf&-it hi* fnil a'ii's :&ndT. ; I gone to what had before been I.ut.aglt...- intentions: iidr-d; after the fle'la." CoJ.! Frnzir con3rntd tlrnk.( youth, inexperience- t il
of finis clou I of noko It has my my '
spare
I-', heart.
'ft : SIIXF.truer2J. :. .\..l"i.V.HEDICAL : c'leered li.t mmishimnt i it -lit ui the gloom of yeserday spare my pnlfiating I
.I '
h. ;i1Wll1rr ; 'I I
I :i On the lioth! of May, )1S415, he minaged .he brought 1 her to the Herald office Leave Ibee said Susnn. iilm "
) ( I 1S. I.:-"U !i.j dungeon, and like: the flaming sword of I ., ; pressing .. .
.,'
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NT-V TOUT. FLA. I' tlit' K'Mitinels: of Eden it guards his tlironc. I to elude the ugi HIICO of his jalL'is 1 am int1! I Her to aF'! 'r .
August .1.. lKr,5. 31 hair II i-niii! readied: EnglandjsifeK when it ijassociatt.d
SI'hOC prefer slavery
NOriCSDRS. _______ n _ _.____ ___ _'_ IJot'i l14'; Ni:,oU-ms lid: lMtltin: ) tlu-i.: do>ti'iy. escapes II negro nights of unquiet days of aspirations .,4" t .1'
in J 1I1It'. I He lemamed here, extending witi! honi't comforts, to freedom fond *
emotions, and undying love i U bid he- '
The first had genius ii; additioa: to his f.iith
GAMBLE & BETTOXOVITH I n. R. GAUD NCR, lIiH otlirr hence his ; I! Iii acin-ii itanees until ho was chosen: aI sul'las the blacks exp-riencaat the hands tore thee. Know that for years I have nursed J 'i*
patifitre tiiti'i.pli.Parndi .
1.r"f.i..IIlI services In tlie .iliZPII ; I" me n!er of the Fiencli National Assembly of tin nigger worshippers at the North.- I for "
: thee
thrPrfrf i i t.nl] Ri-r\w'i.s; tu the Pub- OFFr.ns x'cal :is it sound: ( it tw t a secret pbsrOH. 'Need I tHboreach 'ft
., of r"I\'n'. ;' ie ;md Mirrotiiiihn f-imlrv. Ollil' may :i presei :1::1I :1 alUM ward IVetiJcnt of tho 'I''renc! Re Diana is a stout, healthy woman, about forty
: re the Su-re i
t) : manly beauty moved how I
I'i!
; m? ; worshipped it
r-'" '''-l) t< tiirtidciKf i ii Mr.! .J IIII I IS. Crtmp.| nt Iuatinll j tninneni! tin- Despot of France: is destin! to
IIlki, he-it .\ 1 I'..:.. r.mr.iTiyciini d by tlic l.ito Ur. J.ICD'O Ei"I'j: j ho the restorer of he 'dom to th enl-tv public.His I years of age. Sho Wit originally bought like a sun flower in the lutid lighter .1';

Juairy 5. 18!.,*. I > Frbniirv Irt. 1 !'.'.( 7TALLAHASSEE I natinnaliticF. I lie ij already ; ring ti.t'i I : cl.iefcl.l1t' in the eyes of ninny i hhis for $250, her owner freeing her for less than thoso scarlet tresses ; how my fond heart .;

Prtit d'clai of the 2d December. This i is, her worth, nt tho solicitation of her well
in the
coup was entrapped meshes of thoso
.
1ln1:1.J! _T._ mucar.Tr.BI (iILEV.. I"WSJ. ,G 11..l ti.vx.ttn.i..i(, Continent: fof 'he grand eeiac.t! lie must mngnificetil : 1\\\
VcHETT & DOWNING- r.' I however fist invi nrato1 urK-r( t'l I !however, a q ics'ioce.xa'.a it is iaipossible to meaning but mistaken. .. .friends/, _, .' .' .... whi-kers ; how IV willing In yield ; '.-

fA if if(g'rg fit] illi 11' f1 if A 1ft?], Yes-the stuffed eaglo! hearer of Bolo ne, ', toh.t'hil tne political i j passions of the day : lae.. up.o the goyepuimeM.of- imperial;' thy : ,
irrosxEvs tuv\ & ASEXTS FOIL; CLAIMS are still in active play. Imii:,,'nt dangers require Head Notes of.Ceruses Decided at the modest':
: ILL I'I manneis, so delicate, enchanted
tie! Military I invuler el' .Strasbourg I! ? frihnl.impassible f
:o. -1DD, S. \'.'nlhrl'l''r, May 21!1. 18.-.3.: 20 of I : de5peatc: remedies, and it M concededby Term of the Supreme Court of Florida at mo-were joy to me-for thy 'joy was 'ffil
dreaming Hamvill I my
captive
,
WASHINGTON' CITY. ._- complete) tliew.rk ;his progenitor even his enemies that had; he not anticipiU'il Marianna, March, 1856. joy. My heart is thine-take it-but first ,!:

TT7"ILL pr.vtice efnc the. C urt of Claim, and! P. B. BiiOKAW L',ui3 Napoleon U more ti-e: embodiment begun., ol : the at lion of the Red Republican; party, Jas. M. Brown ) Appeal from Jackson Cir. let me snatch coo kis3' from those ruby .

VV pr.. -eiite c'.iiai befic C,'ii;ress and the several lie would have hen himself its victim. As vs. > cuit! Court Judgement af- .- '..
LIVIHY MID SALE} STABLES OX 1IlH -, than a )I.X.or is it lips.The .
strange
D"p It Ullcutl.Ju1.y (to !his betraying' Freedom, such complainis Amos Snell, ) firmed. DuPont', ',Justice. ovei wroughtfeeling: of tho ddicaUyouthvrere : :
that, freedom shonI-1 I sJI'ill from, the Jat'wof
!
SO u
S. 1855. ; .
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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Pr'prietcr.vould are pueiile-Freedom never fell save by herii.n 1. Until the condition of n be '
mortgage too and he faint d from
--- the ild of December. It i is tin-, nature of a strong :."
hand or by her own consent. If Freedom broken art! the same bo acualtyforetlnst'd: .
excess Meanwhile the enamored !
ufjoy. !
R.: H. BERRY I r "LIE Napoleon i to astonish "he world I ma j !
1 i is ii..t aide to stand by her own strength the mortgagor and all claiming under him den hung foundly over him and ,
firm Iii; r i. and! in-k The first Napoleon fr-7t the 1.t11or -
Auctioneer and Commission [ sprang all the inateri.il siid" in tho world will not maintain, an Ejectment to the
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public: that he has rebuilt'arie ] an armed anarchy such liS the world till may Slowly ihe ejes Samuel Smith opened, k'hegazod ;;
MERCHANT.TAU.Aaisr.E. Uiick Stably, at the old! s'.and.! and 1 is II"W then had permanently sustain it. A people must b j possession of the rmrtgagfe'd premises. ". wildly -round him-thetr Meeting '" ; '..
prepared to accommodate! hid fiir'ii'ls mil) cl1!IOIllf'rl'. never seen ; a m gentleman peasant: : educated for libel ly before they can properly :. When the Imd of one individual is'sold tho ardent of his 'lover ho .
Flit S"nt 23.1855. 30Wholesale horn he became citii soldier then gaze blushed ;
a II ; a republican I
Hlackinilli !
t
hiSt..blep.
Hi jiU-i Im attached to a gooil :
; estimate its blessings. Free institution the Tax Collector to tho taxes due t
or by
enjoy and
pay deeply behind Lis
whore he will have have <
)
trampled
Shop. -
Wa B. L\XLLS, mid C.-iniiitp\\oik influ ( arc not giincd: :.t a leap, but_ slowly upon that particular tract, together with the I cd out_" A6k pa. ,' 'J
?::tiitiili I.>ii voile. I ll and Retail Druggist earned and laboriously acquired. Iho history taxes duo other lards belonging to a. ._ __._ ,-:
very lxt uiauuer and with prouipttieis: and dis \eais alter I he did tIlt divine.f j / 1 i ht"oftylantr. upon I : .t i".t.. :, 4 \ \
NEWPORT FLORIDA. patch.November. of the wo: 1,1 proves that no nation ever nother individual, the sale is invalid, and the .Union s.t'aM l
Every act prod imed' the lover oflihery PEXNSTLVAMA.-r-Thq ..C.ooAnericana.aa4. ;* '
5, 185H. 44 los its freedom its deed from the tax Collector:
: CH'l'ptl. own corruption
) ho
O lID "US from Physicians mid Planter put up : and his: own will in the! camp, tlii.t'oumt conveys veptiqn ofRackRepu1liaans1 J i't
dis'n3olls.: .. Thtlt11 second rate Ilion title. ?
a
with the greatest care. II I Carriage, Buggies, and Harness and the bomltir! It was his der'inrto : .. I
I Whigs of Pennsylvania in session
F Itb-uarJ! 2. 1 S56. fiUF3 can preserve :ts liberty in the midst of M'Clrllnn for JIIppl'U"nt.I; at Hani."r.: .,
-- --- For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. ignore the grand princijile of human libeilv ;. instance :in Swiizer.l.ui last week : "
despotisms, SV(' hU'"c11 Campbell for appellee.[ burg adopted a platforni-r-cf which .
IN3UaAN. 1)1.vlikh: tho consider him the I
r I'F. :5'Jh"rlill'r I.u. just rornved i masses : J, although! it is possible that its very weakness I Lathrop & Wilkinson } Appeal fiom Jackvs. the following ate planks : .
TIE!! -i :: 1.11 .' 1'111'1..r Voll ri.u!", ,'II"'l'iulI.' \
NEVY-YG3K LIFE IN3U3AM3E CO.ACCniSLA.EO ? f ', : : ; Ii.lous
I added to its moun ; natute, maybe > son Circuit Court .
CAPITAL: .?J.II.Q.JO.iJ'jlt -. Ft1ZZi: if''. nl I H.irniMLich he t'rere'. He was Lhis circumstances compelled its Amos Snell. Resolved, That the' present National'Ad- J. :-
tor sale on the iiio.-r ri!iiiablu t 'ii:<*. greatest prutl.'elurZ.In ) ministration, by the xrciie'of'jrn> \ 4.
The minute I he ceased I be j
to 01' to an nia- .
i il4MJ ,1i.i ioi the liw8 .11 I go .
C.nliny : UI i.. about the Reversed.
p November I 18. 1854.: 4G Louis Napoleon meilium Judgment Opinion by PearsonJustfeo. -, : .
-i- Waite pJrA"U: fir ''I' or in re yfar*. well fumed: an,111 ndinirnjile : 4 t.
YI'IJ j.-ri.l.f lifo; O-V TillMUTIIAL: S VSTE11Divi A. FISHER rolling car of populatity. I He knew that the height ; sombre Jewish I individuals Compromise, has justly forfeited. all. claim to ._ .,
has iho do
His face When business
horseman.
n name
} Jout declared the iiiuivU a"u-c; iisut l lf the "
to uu confidence '
'j hut audience .and respect of the of
nation thatthey peopl
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. French ate not a aim ; s.
IT life.I'uxr demand amusement and ,excitement pxprebbion, and }his habit of half.closi.ig: l his under different! names or styles in two separate thu Connmonwtth. .. ,, \ V t (i J

FatEViN, Actuary.-MOCSM FUAXKLIX. Pn't TALLAHASSKE 1E, FLA., rather than t That eyes, as .though he were scrutinizing yon Iron houses, the partim in interest '.eing' the Ruottd'rbaf! ; we lcd WIv' disapprove of .1l ;

tF \?;,'.icltl tn received i.i T.l ::lh.1"! *P"' bv \ I T"f 7ILL prac'.W ill the C-' Mt* if the Middle DI:> good government theyrquirt' behind the outer walls of his soul," as same, their I lights and liabilities: n* copartnerswill 11hc interference of Foreign inflaencfc 6f .1I
than I .
. Jauairy 13, lS:!. U. C. LEU'IS. i \ T tri'-t. .11I1 1 in Tlioinae C-nnty. Ca.; a manager more :t legislator.Alfr I ttiowning expresses it, gives hiiu! an air /If not be affected thereby, and they will be kind in civil and eterjf. :
OSi'in the Cipitol. 2 I c4..rv. immedi.itti\: : d the Great ami George Washington I our political affairs. t
gf suspicion which would I eminently; 'qualify: him regarded as constituting one and the same .1 i
,.f the C:1I: k of tic! SupnimCourt.. ; Frenchmen I Retolvcd, That we regard the pandering '
.Vf-r th- IO-HII could have be-n "
AGENCY OF THE /ETNA l INSURANCE CO. tit-ver for '' .i special constable, as he is sometime firm. And in such CHS" s n creditor whose I.-
Ju\:: 21. IS:;:. 23-ly : Hence his ambition wh eh spilt his sol of any party to1 foreign tnflushce' fraugbt'. I
CAriTAL.. . . . .? iJO.(0''. ----- -- called. His manners: :are very (cold cnnlioir*; debt was cn"<t.'d in tho name of and with with manifold ..evil to'rb' .'tb' 1

'TJE ulllrl: a(-\.ut..f. t1. nhCI1I:1 \ E. -AHNAHD Jr. dier'* hood, nnd iiisde. him siezo the crown reserved and couitcously free/ing. He |'os, one housa may procepdI" garnishment 'toSUhjl'd the labllttyJ-of! odrirfttilutldns cro'I f tl'ii'I.I.
ing
had declared 'trand and' impiety to the ;
l.o : a an the invaluable his debt contracted fl
claim in favor
receive nppiitiui' f>r nn.l! make lvI'urLI&vLc1nt1a : I scsses 18 nn eminent degree } to a the
morals of the
by Fire. .n B.'ick and Frame !Uuil.liu;b WILL COXTINCE T11H I sovereign rights of the people. Hence his .. t\I; .uJt! ) of silence." That ho is OhO of the of such copartners in the name of the dan-ering with the ; 1 people bY-a' :
"ar.iiture,MerchauJize establish which led him to tact paupers and felons cast .'t
tc. wuli to rf dynasty remarkable of our timu is evident, other houce.Hurleys upon .
men
JaQllry'IJ.l :. 3 B. C. LEWIS. DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS, ; most our shores, from the-h"apftala' of
degradevoni"ii in time Iwrsoll of his faithful prisons .:i
| from time fact tlmt-lKJ. has raised IiMnselfi.J H Ex'rs. \ Writ of Errnr to Eecam- ... .
OLD'fcTAND, SIGN stead the Dali.ih of Europe* *-. *." q4. ii;I. >. *' (.
TIIE her
AT and
JOHN W. EVA S. tjT' wife, rt'CO'cJII succession of defeat?, 10I'oitio') "hiclillis vs. > bin Circuit Court. '' :_. 'to "e4c.. .. ;6 '10"" :; ,,. .'f

AT .\u'tl il. Josephine was tho I phi gl'nia: nod uncle obtained; by a series of the most as Francis Roche. ) ,1
.ATTORNEY LAW, Maria LouUe tho Pandora of the first Napo RADisnis.-Wo are frequently taken to .;.t
: : .
His
MOETAK founding) victoiies. only capital beinganame J utigment'.Ueveree Ojiinion,by Baltzell, ,
i nt1x1zIlta; :, war
had such we this
leon. Never man a vulture playing : however talismanic, after nil. Chief Justice. 1ff j }
which
'TTILL.t'e' prompt ut!ttII.rI t< nil 1tj iws! fit worse than worthIes kegetabI.ti.br '
his mind! as the Prometheus ol 8uHelena. flfte :\
rr
nnd attended with failure lo defendant
tniMf.l: t. hi* JJc.4tu?l :.. 8kvr.i I D\'lgM.'rh'! Cali'! un. Kill: uiid CJa\. C Tier of Cli-itm: and) Monr.e stitrft*. Tallnlinrttc.Jinuirv I ; Hn' he died Emperor of France draw hark-: or partner is only pleadable h abatement years we have n'6f permitted' ,one to groyr'io. -.t

.-Frbrt..y.. 17, isa. .;.- 7 tf. '_ 19 1S5 I\. S hi* mne, : would havebeen infamoushe, ; would Truly Napoleon III is n sort of political and cannot be taken advantage ot variance our gardenyor to'disgrace our table, and we i if-
I have found the
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GI:1iS Oils : White Lead &c. have been the Judas Iscariot ec Aladdin whose history is as wonderful ns that at. the trial. pursuing'thiaJ:
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LONG. & GILDltlITII, snHtched him from this course, in the improvell neajtli' pf onf familyl :
I eternal :
His
I
ffDOXES: Window: Olaj*. assorted izes. 1O(. dom. genius I f the AralraiiiyuuUj: jmd looked at with tht'ye Wlnie: an fcecolmt is presented to a pntt)'
Man
ATTOSXEV is
FLA. arlmjalthat:
I. i\vfTAi.L\iAssKr, it ibe'pnly vtilj ( hsh 't
AT Tilaniiu a'r.
aft-r struggle
\\J\ K-K; White, Lead, purw extra Af:.A. LOX3 J. B. O"H.J: VI ni hive n.4.1 8 h'lrrei.J.jlll"t'! Oil -halned him to a des late rock there II) expiate nigh as fabulous as that of the possessor of over three hundred dollars which deft prom either raw cooked. Tii $igacpushog '-
ateJ tofnudre in the ,1t.it'.r Law. TiietUa \ will starve before lie will eat
pr 5 L-ir.l! Od.fi his offense, and be a spectacle; lo the the'poisonbua ; :
That ho has raised the jury should be instructed
"! wuiderful ised
lamp. to to
Sii.nirts tho pay .
th.
I the C urU in tho iii Idlu Circuit, Paint. trash. Crude radishes the most "
rnt: oii'l the Ditrict CuarU; of the Uuilrd J 20() pu-ka-je Keir* Zinc* Fire-proof Paint. (hh.! nnd } oos.! .' woild. At once a warning and a beacon France to :t position of power it has seldom find to the extent of the sum admitted.' food l that can 'ijetil; re lnttbbaman indigestible t 'f

,t T4lJah3Pe "sl-nrrelaTrniiiOil, 1 ,.. C..p.,1 "\.Rmilh. What more natural for :, Napoleon than! to hull 1. is undeniable; but that it will continue, Campbell, arid M'Clellari for Plaintiff in I : l'

0 ee opp iiU die Court IIo s<'. SniritiTurptutine in barrels :u"lat n-tnil. belie his antecedents ? Thu exile of London is in the womb of Time.ROBBERY. Error. 41 stomaehndepebdehtbfilI'acr1a. jia, cgjil.;. I :'f

.-OtUber 28. 18 -. lr AMK3 A LIVELY.January I I iterl: liimeeIf gaiust the ten Ibk Colossus of Hawkins for D 'r ndant,in Error. substance. they contain.ifcBol, the"y iI6"not' 1 i'.
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hurt me.JI.ttWmi" ;
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nO r can them
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6. 1E ftJuat the N urth. & Car .
S. S. KNIGHT, '!*!... M.ifTil nf". kin; -utrpptvilli. .1 ... .nnfliiiifr.... .-On last Monday night several M' Jillan pbeU.') with impunity, and with a 'it-fish. Bat. :; "
IIV3 AS.I.I-i vs.
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT Received. but J the smooth pebble 66"0 oftho English alii! nice, e rooms n'tbo Coosa Hall were entered by5S.flEf1bt111flfltl Arehilnld Savage. dear reader, do you not have the headache, I '
nnl I Currant JelHw. Prnne the clothes of thu inmatesof JApj'licat '
T EMONS, Onava : or a bad breath I Hare .
the modern Go'iah you no doctor's-BuT"
TALL UCAEE, FLOSIPA. Lj Pear. Sardine 1'icklt-d) 0\.teM, Brandy IVache ; in lilA sling has brought their 'onteflll. Among these,.wero about on for Mandamus to Judge of the to I A'radllTl': 'eAten Iii .J
Stpt mbft 1.'S6 05 l'rHk>r\-eil J..elllt'IiLt. Ornnpe. (! Apples and! fiincr to his tWf. Of a truth. -.time' has its revenges of it from Mr. Kl>ozie. Circuit Court to entertain jurisdiction of a pay d/JqtThg mal f

..TWWILLIAM_---- ; Jreen <5a:.- Marmalade.' Lom.n Sjnip. !U.pberiv and'if the shnr1e'M i'ie grunt captive.werecognizant ; 8350.in money:, mo t aitieles) were t.t- case wherein the inaiter in ro' troversy was cause a fevermin the fall. If any one doubts

SCOTT, d.I.. Stia berry cI.._!Pill..A rplt:h.mid Gill!' of (.al thy flairs it might well .inile of CootA;OW y-y Several under fifty dolhra-fBnrtteH fhbfJcsloe.'Ihe the polsbnou* qualities of 'radishes, let them, '
XHueirar. Frrth Salmon. Lolwti-r. Had keri. W byHh* roliHert.-jbr.wl.fch Iheould. cut in thin slices 're'oUour.artd' %
<;--ar' < t., .1.! Un'rJ..rry Victoria paying pilgrimage to his tomb o ion4 '6"ihe! Circuit"C"Ui't spakth.eBf
at
NL1.. .L u or.FLA.LAW, ,,1.>H-dllbnt nndahal) Ai"reJ: 1'icklcs, Scolch. Let the hllvti hl id og IM but the ,want of whichgwemcoMOW :!, jjiiri8c''c by 'n water for twelve bO-II, and then taste *!*,* *
togethei
M.jrICzMJ:: .\!c nnd P'rh'r. in the Inyalides. u* group to the :oWner- the e.utlt"ltorJIIN"b.races 'sill m1t ers civil .
proper w-ater. for it
J D1)1),U ).. '21.1 :t 1 jr.n 3t)/9J3 Hnvtlin; C ',r 8. chief.facts of his life. ; $8.1 iou < Jackson. and ciinimHU, *nd th/ ef-o extends tmndembrhees Ofar.word they will neverin'otlwf' talto.

; '. AMES 4 LIVELY. Louis Napoleon. the son of Louis Bonn. Tinmin, IrWgiiW'their names arrested.a Tlrtirexaminaiion **. Idltn n1. a lote'' for forty doIUri. \ fift'fa. As a watchmap upon the

w1A4.1.I.: : S.. fflLiO'f1IAttinfey ,. January 5, l s id J. parto and Hortenso, wss born at the Tuilerfe' strangers in t e p'ace weo: unlit to-day. nd1forPeiiiioneJv',. -. 'lorticultaral. tower,.we e81uot commend the
1808 ndth.>cannon of France was postponed ( viltureof s vegetable that \1'g know to be ia-
20. M'ClelUn'for D
: April iJ1dant.
SE'JJj'S' '
i fluff! Cdius'isilor( at. LJW, FRESH OUOWTUOF GAIIDEN 1855. tliunde ed his advent to the world. In 1810 [Wctumka Spectator, 25th.: The annual i:value of poultry in the United jarToai-Soil of&e South.,'' ,.. .' .c J


iJ03TiCELU_,- ..>; .FLORIDA< A U'? Flat Turnip, C*LbJle. I3e tl. 4c. and he xvns Maria baptized L-iuise at Fontainehleau acting a< Napolccn In, From Virginia- North and East, so far as States') is estimated at' 820,000,000. Tht A Qu5.T.-Why U the letter D ect la I .:
: sponsors.
.. L' RUT received New York expends two like dead told_ .
< fell oo the 16th and 19th city ot yearly 81,500- A c&L1s'i. .
Hortense retired with him from snow
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WILt. .;ic in tU OoorU of tbe Middle Clr- AMES & LIVELY. 1816, bis'mother, heard 000 in the purchaao of eggs aloi* I .

v.fV\o ,:ndTb JW: 1.9. ,. 0-1 Sanul1 & 1 I. to Italv, where, not being permitted by the in.u, .,

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JjtatriaTik4 :ia1iiLiaL: .EquircrisjuostthanktiiI'tg.:: bjro.fur Jtnece accu"ate ju Uctail 'Lut impartial i ..4uc.I | far-below. tfltHt.tttlt- earthly resnrrertfon' '.Jft TtiWiisee Fibriditnz.of the J JYt.( tu'rr* jvitAMHr/k.";*!*u Itt.\). .

( $ t, 1Thi' saryi tp pcr/ectSca; >rd'p!s'fliemr, ranis.-Senator IDtfuolas;as triMifrpitf .'' rhtteei'crritories' :1 repose vlhe-.awful.' and majestic remaris, 'oj r InltiftJ_ ; speaking of the'jecewion 'ipirit; 4 IHDIAHT JWIFoir .
I .;-l -. 't.. -ar** -v "* ; '" West Florida and endeavoring di..XtJIeTlwH"
of tKciiIndependence flow in aJt41
: like prevailing ,
ttiero
'i l..tRJ. i'tir.ttIlMIP JWaf< ,are aNational ft\\v.tb U6And tb12ornkYaart.6'ftteaniiun1' republics our own, once proud t
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,' .. .. : and glory, once renowned to cool down their ardor, says,--"The. Stolen Property Recovered
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: \ -.. ,- ... .Whins-. and- Americans in each of tI e (Sred': o:mach l_ in'es&e .'or 1'10. for nil the arts or'-war.and peace, once the. rumor tfwt'.jhe; i Executive (of Florida) fed -

-,- -fefctfifay. .Aprll- 1O, 1856- ,- free States ,v4o.woqLd vote for theJcniocratstfnlets Predd.eiiCof United ..Statesas 'relates .to' I jhcme of; .tha adulation of poets, statesmen and vetoed 'an act to amend an act to Incorporate The' '
r j following! gratifying
intelligence
TilE o4GNEiiio.: -they.,have JFillhrore-a* their candidate, territorial. affairs! together vrflb, ,;\his. 'special rjl: scholars-whose names are embalmed in his I' the Pensacola and Georgia Ratlrvad ComjM- rjecched! at this place, about 7 o'clock M"I
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anti thrjjRnght! give .th$ Democrats a majority.. message of tho.24th.of January,<-1820, in regard i ipty-once, like ourseh'cs,'looking down tl! e vy, providing for Branch Roads in the Vest day eenIng.- |.. '.> '

Arfi& i FJ itt th! ...tl.oi it\g' fLom: and fh"iii"tY nt tfio.coalition.:""Fillmore being to Kansas'Territory and Irisftncssigc: of fttre.vn of time to an eternity duration, ar.dan U without foundation .tjt .vn* approved and On tbe afternoon of tbe 6J( bit., tW
{ .
or"the last &
Mautson, and the'paper just going tb the prfess, ; infinity perfection, but now, alas fo 11 m'. is embraced in the pabHsfaed' acta diant who attacked Dr. Braden' '
in the f.old, however, abstracts votes from the the 18th of February 1856, in General s" rtidtsc.
I hare compliance I: ered! lost, shattered into a thousand fragments, and thf.
we barely tine to ntmounco the -- plantation, on Manatee
thtf. :; the Courier with1.tlie resolution of the and Do understand the Floridian to the ,_ (tTtthliumwr -
Democratic cui4idate4! forays Senate of $et4th of we say the
the
Democratic Convct&4 kfnjrlj'asijnilled' Jit : ,< ,) on evening ot Ita, | sL ,
ot'courso nobody will vote for Mr. Fillmore ." Like \Mtleft'Male\ of a tiswn, Legislature of Florida paired an act'incorpo- .
.Ifetjruaryr, 1650, requesting tratucrifteof cer- were omtakeo, by A parlj of Florida V 9
Madison in Hhis State Pensacola & Railroad .
Lifunoai&utSdK the Georgia
.Wednesday behind.
on Leaving not n wreck rating
: kSof { ,ttifo-"would, not m:he"existingstateof affairs-; : thin :"p'siiers1 relative\ to1 the affairs! of. t.IC'Ter! -. ? and that it received the sanction. t aer,. Tney were encamped .on ibt oftJ|
I1o. t f. 'J\\ i i Company ,
\f
rt : i bank of the
A'nrcrotcd: Democraticinstead the Kansas document DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IN TENNESSEEDonaldson Ills Charley! ApopkaJCrttk
of
for flfernonrGeo."S. for'the of ritOry furnishes, us a .< of the Executive I If so, what particular 14

Governor Hawkins of Republican ticket; and therefore, it necessa. which wills rve as a text-book upon the Rebuked 1 In his own Sfate. Road in Georgia was meant by the General appeared (o be confident. of ftifttj Tk*

!. Jacksdn for Congress, the lion. M. A."TJong, rijy follows. that..the .thi;J party will ilraxv great s'ubject of slavery in the States and Ter- Since Ihe nomination of Fillmore and Assembly ? We have been laboring under party; it by would Capt. appear Hooker,from which"tL.1 Is short report tvcetred

th, HOP 1biV & : lI I, for different convictions all this time, and will ba t&j
.. votes I from the Democratic ticLc-t. TheseT'ofes ritories of the Union. DonalJson for tho! Presidency and Vice Presidency imperfect, eromd' the. Creek and
Pr in lal f s: :.' .; 'only glad] to find ourself :in error. Will the Floridian edrtrrrf

We shall! I bei.ig thus! drawn'ofT, the tiiumph of thellek The popularity of this document is unboun County elections have transpired set us right, in regard to tho nction of by a dense hammock wfrl L extended aloof
publish thee proceedings pf t the} the bank
they
the State Tennessee each approichtd so near the
throughout ({,
Republicans! continues: : the Courier par. the Florida Legislature rn this subject ?- tn.ClI
Convention ilie' issue'.of'next week. It.was ded. Over two hundred thousand copies of I as to overhear their conversation

theL&ct: Coriventittn held: in this SC te.itJre '. is placed beyond all]! question." 'So much for it have already been called for and distributed.No ty making regular nominations for the various Southern Enterprise, April 8lh. fired a volly wLich killed two India*Jba,!,,.

18 % n4hfkid' by harniony" and ,enthusiniack the working Reward's .bchcine in the North.A'jfe free soil paper paper has yet had the honesty County Cilices. with party lines. clearly The Floridian did not say, in the article to spot. The remainder retreated to th.'Crttl OQ.U.

aIJ"Rp td ,n ". '.': I IroaUthHr : for operation. in the Sjulh. The lit or courage to publish it. Its III'e and distinctly drawn. The Washington which the Enterprise refers, that the Legislature two were shot while in jhe act of jarnpjg;

rda'l Union of tho-o and other elections into it, and fell their
: '' t' (D Republicans tie squad of Fillmore. men in the free Statesare tion of facts, exposing the iiiiunitOns Spoahin'j; "passed an act incorporating Ihe Pensa corpses bodies IirrkiDir'

t..., ....; nlI.Knf\t. *'Noth1'. gs... ,. "., .. ; rclied'ujwn,to make- a great noLe over his I I ings of Northern; Abolitionists in and 1 out of recently. .hi.Id. sa\s. that tile. result. of -everyelection cola and Georgia Railroad Company," but immediately.wounded: badly.Tbe TileyVer.remaining. punaect'lOm tbrH-ftCapel:
i j i -.i1 . ,
I held tnia whether for State, -
Nfc ttenlive'observer of movement ,in the bogus prospects tbere, and upon the strength Kansas, and the! crushing weight of testimony year that the (uovernor approved "an aciio amcnu distance by the blood which plaiDJ11Dalk

:,; csi;fafl'to porceif e.a rapidly! ap- of this, Southern Know Nothings are to rally it brings to boar, showing the unlawful and I county, or municipal officers, shows either an act to incorporate the Pensacola & Georgia their retreat, but were finally lost fa a ataU'3;.

pro: hillg fusion between thc.=!lack Republicans ,I and with flaming appeals to the people, in the I revolutionary character of the proceedings, of!large democratic gains or a full and comi Railroad Co." The act incorporating mock. '
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I plcte democratic Such has been The Creek ia said to hare bees
and KnoAv-Nothings. It is true ia of and the South! i triumph. that was passed; in 1852-3-the eoUrtlr'
nearly I hope distracting dividing the Free State party in that Territory, arc not I Company clear that there
the result in Illinois in Indiana in so was no chance for hiding .
Michigan
evtfr : free! _Stale, this fusion has existeduncrlSirl.1 ; and thus placing the election of the Democratic I such ns any Nom them Abolitionist] editor dare amendatory of that act was passed in 1855. That the two Indians who fell! into it T
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and last but in
Pennsylvania, Maryland, ,
.: Exc'ept in XCAV York and Masah'ctts -:, ticket out of the question. We say tlris! I lay before his renders. No stronger argument To the inquiry, "what particular road in killed, .there is not a shadow of a dwnbt. -, r..
'
least in New }
II in
8 tharc has been a cordial union betxvocn ; i is the way the scheme i is intended to \voik ii: could b-J offered going to prove the I not :unpslir< Although Georgia was meant by the General Assembly The negroes (even) and tbe three *' -

these-tXv'o pu1il's: ::nd in each instance : the South. .It i is part of Se\vanTs policy thusto strength of tho Report than this ita -studied j Ilarnpshire/the battlo i is a drawn one- ?" wo reply-no particular road. The .were re-captured. One Indian JP1Jlud: _. ,
so close is the vote between Wells and Met- enil rifles were taken. *.. .
irhccp'thib-: Democracy have been defeated. ,thevictanoijrVpnrtv'has have it work, and the mistaken! Know exclusion from: the columns of Northern opposition I original charter provides for a Road from The two Indians who were shot down JOt'.
.6" I I calf-\ct the democratic gains are so immense it
been the Black Republi-. Nothings among.us who sufil-r.themselves to ournals.. I Pensacola, thence eastwardly to some point the first fire, were scalped. One B ) .: I
apw
*' -- .1 aad the current of public sentiment I
0 ean.t\.w. -\\\othing. p.irty.. But the nomina-: be entrapped under the Fillmore banner, are I In the article from which which we have i I is, flowing so surt-ly and rapidly in the right I on the boundary line between the States of sent to Manatee with the party who'coarij.,1:
ed
.. Florida and to be determined the stolen property to its owners, and ."
by
a tae
tion. !: Fi1lnore''int.ITupted to lending themselves, unwitting'y to the Georgia, I
someex ,
I promo. already quoted in the Democratic Review the
: channel, that we risk nothing in predicting I other was sent to Capt. Hooker, at this
tent itin union aiid 'the tion of the artful and wiles of that | majority of the Directors. It is under this plaii
iJt p .e: movements dangerous e-ditor concludes his noice: of the Report in :! that! the! old Granite State will be found next I Tho later has been exhibited to all pel10Dt '

now jq.. process of consummation. are designedto bad ma!. This matter is so patent on its'';! theo stirring words : November' in her old place in the democratic : charter that the Company now engaged in hating the curiosity to examine it. t

remove dl difficulties and 'bring about ate t face that many olJ line Whigs in the South! :i I I Building the road from this point East, aro LATER FROM MANAT-By the arrinl
j We have glancod hurriedly, airl in the column, and none the less exultant for the
'tha'ma time who have bowed the knee operating. The amendments to the charter, of Capt. Bishop, from Manatee 'learn tae .
not
o*> aipft a Black Republican. to Baa]/ )I most desultory nnnner, over the report ot i.lierce and unscrupulous combinations hich .I
details of the
following attack
and a;Ivncnv-: Nothing. triumph, "Heretofore, speak out without hesitation as to what should .i; Senator Douglas ; it 5.J a document to be .'eld: she! has to encounter, struggle with, and over which the Governor was falsely charged with hove : Cnpt. Addison, with spoken of a.

as bo&: facliops-liate i agreed in condemning !, be the course of patriots in the crisis. -\st :I Ispeci.ncn : and s'udied in connection with the ordinary I II throw. having vetoed, give the Company the right to Lieut. Crane, of Capt. Leslie's seven Co., comprised men, aa4

the ? t the Missouri of the conned they i!I history of the country ; it settles, forever the I make an extension to Crooked River, at the When the .
repril cf Compromise, and give, wo commend :I! relations which exUt or which ought to rjrist, I.i looking over our exchanges from Tennessee attacking party. Indians were .

fo 3 tlieyjiviiaally! \ .SJc upied the !.tme platform the following from the Iluntsvillp, (Ala.) i I between' the general government arid the! I wo find that at the late election held i White Bluff, on Apalachicola Bay, in Middle discovered, a portion of thesa conunandt. .

Li opp osittoa-to'th'e: extension of slavery, there Adcocatr, an old line Whig paper: I II j I States and Tcrritor-it's of the Union ; it sup1 I in that State for county officers the demo- Florida, and also to the waters of St. Andrews the crossed rear,the while Creek the ajid remainder charged the baited Indians tie ia
on
has been no hindrance, to a union in reference ; We cannot support Mr. Fillmore at this i,1 I plies a political desideratum of forty years' :I cratic triumph was not only decisive.; Lut it Bay inVest Florida, with the right opposite side ; thus completely surrounding.

Jo State locMons.. But thc election of abolitionUt time, because, by doing so, we would, ii: our I!I. standing! and eradicates: the last of the Afri-i I l was literally on\\ hdming. A careful 1 and I also to construct branch roads to the County the enemy. Three Indians did not escape;

opinion, b aiJing indirectly: but materially can slavery heresies which hd I accumulated_ Sites of Jefferson, Gadsden and Jackson all two threw
) (rovprnors would not repeal the naturalization I i mU-IIigent examination: : : of time popular vote save: themselves into the
in ol! a it found
the black republicans. The order which: j. three-quarters century ; us Counties, and to the Alabama liife from suit.able Creek. and are supposed to have drowned.1 .
}laws and hence, as the Know NothIngs doubling the extent of the! power of Congress : will show democratic majority in the Stateof -' -
brings him forward, in a vain but desperate | 1 ho water was reddened for 80ms distue ':
secmet di indispose tri abandon their hob. : to contiol the domestic institutions of a Territory -;' at least ten thousand To show the I points west of the Apalachicola river. *
to is in ex-
hope gain power, fragment As a bIow the placo of attack: by the blood oot.
"
thefyeeso&' leaders have been national order it i is In the South! ; it leaves us utterly denying the 0.11tcnce. I the reaction which While on this subject, we take cccason to ,in fro.n
by, : compelled a humbug. J tc.it of politicnl' ; is Etil I .; ; the wounJiJ Indians. Oaa of the Indians .

to modify their viWstosuit the emergency. it gives abolitioa aid and comfort' by divi.ling: the control of any of such Congress power ;over it found the us Territories deriving 1 i, going on in Tennessee, take at random notice a statement which appeared in the who were scalped, was not instantljr

'of it i is that have shifted their the South. It is not in the race for the Pres I ? I Thornasville Watchman a week or two siucc. killed, but mortally wounded. H. eoald
Tho result1 they I from that clause of the Constitution which! I I the! vote of one county ((Gibson) at the tlecI
idency. The struggle is between the national \ talk !esired be
That very good English to Uliea
ground. ,Grctley,. has signified that he is not democracy and the black 'republicans. The says, Congress: shall have power to disposeof I j lion held a fl'w't'eks ago, wl.ich resulted in I statement was this : There is a charter I to a Doctor-said teat Okchan, the sub-cbiff
and make all needful I rules and regulations''! the defeat of the entire know. ticket in Florida from Tallahassee to the Gear-
't6''a in the law Seward said. nothing :
battlsat
averse change .- the North has to be fought between who J led the attack on the 18th January,near

in a msering* of Black Republican Aner1'can'rnnlors i these:two' parties. The democracy is organ. '! respecting the territory or oilier" property belonging I roa SHERIFF.J. gia line, which was obtained and is now held Fort Deyriand, met them there ; that the Indian -

izcJ agabi.lbol tion:1s well as know nothingistn. tl) the United States : It leavis us I A. W. Hess. (Deiiucrnt t) .1.5"7N. for the sole of connecting tr&A raptured to Okchan and
; of Congress that it"was not a denying that this clause has: any reference to ;. 1'. Kiimsry, (kuow nolLiug). 1,017 purpose any pony brlonged ,
.
The slavery question is the that jumped into the Creek. Hr aUo said'
: great territorial and I road that may pass through here from the Atlantic
time tosfcind' bickering"
upon: mbzrpoiizfs"Mr. I and the true issue in this contest. As a Southern a the broad ground government thr.t the, standing cf upon ,I Democrat! nwjurity. .. .. ,. 490 and that this road would Ic mill lythc that Billy Bow legs had as many warriors.
Congressto
Lewra.-E: : Campbell; the Black" Republican !, man we cannot join in any effort to di\ide establish! power I At the election fur governor ia Aiyuit last, Gibson he wanted-that ha (Billy) bad sent him to
leader in the House said I the South. We with that and the temporary governments for the time or before the Main Trunk would reach Manatee
;' at the ,same j go party I Territories i is ptoperly derived from the ': cutin'uted: as follows : to capture the r.fgroes. After sound

meeting! .". he was ando sTor a fusion with I only pal'ty.lhere which fights abolitionism, stitutional clause which authorizes the admission con ron OVIUOR.: this place no one in this county for a ncsr.cni ing the Creek, the bottom of which could not
and at the same time defends the equality of'ALL I! doubts. be reached with ..
"ten-foot and bar .
the Afflwioan, party, was sincerely desirous oTa of new States ; it makes no compromisewith Gentry; (kn-iw milling). . .. 1,018 a pole, ,
citizens. Know
coalition? i which! should equally- promote ter abolitionism; and Nothingism it impeaches: cannot the ruas'I' error, bows not Ht the shrine of questionable (Jcoioriat). .. .. 1/213 Tliis} is all a mistake. There is no such loaded ing the u Indian wagon baggage, the party, which started would to Man bare*, .

g nuinl inlericani hm, .nnd, : Republicanism, otism of a large class of our citizens, and authority demands, asks. no indulgence of of political Krw.nolhin! ; maj->lIt).. charter in existence, and never has been, as tee with the negroes, mules, and wounded
social
nnd defeat'the administration' which he regarded -, can never Le national-tie! defender of the I ignorance religious ,bigotry, affects no quarters no shallow! regardfor or At the election for President iu I 1852, the vote of the one here refered to. Georgia ia emphatically Indian. They had not proceeded many paces

political i privileges of all citizens. the C"iity w.13 ns follows: however when the Indian and .
as the .Vtommoti nemy of both," and a,si "time-honored" precedent_ but triIH'S:1.1 shut out from Florida, unless she comesin f.lI. waa :
"To divide the South is to aid the }black ;, : S.ott. (wlll.1; ) 5TOJicrce ( unable to proceed farther lit- was then ota-
bold unuustakal anJ inctutiblo:! )blow at such the Directors of the Pen I
an indication of the good faith of these two : _" points as
republicans. To aid them is to aid in what' i:1ji ( :IIM.rilt).901Yliig I tiered to be shot, wLich order was oberv"
favor of the right of thc pr'opl?, at all : sacola and Georgia Company dictate.
ad.
champions of Bkck Republicanism, they .. may ed.
will dissolve
this Union.
To divide the South ._
and under all circumstance's: to provide \ majority. . . C69 that "
vised the Black Republican members of the is to throw the election of President into the I form of !I! I We will not say this ;exclusion! a wise The attack was well conducted the! hoaor*
own gon'l"ntllent-pbdng no other It will thus be that with
seen ,
House to unite with the Know,. Nothings in I House. To do that is to lead to a result similar -i i. limit upon their action thin: that cleaily established -i the election of last the compared one or that it may not hereafter be to some of which is due, jointly, to CApt. Addteoa

carrying through 'a favorite measure of the to the Speaker's election-to place in the by the Constitution of the United States; j year, democratic gainis : extent modified but Florida has provided and Lieut. Crane. The men exhibited a
i Presidential chair another Banks. What j i S95. Compared: with the presidential election spirit of emulation the
latter relating to suffrage in :the District ofColumhft' ', it is a document which c nbodies all the leading i by law for a general} system and has pledged worthy highest praise -
Krtmv Nothingism effected in the one case by : facts and the only trie doctrine the I of 185'i, the democratic gain is eleven II -
upon all her land funds and
1 Black Republican I I as Companies have
Every memo voting for Fuller, it may :1ld.! can do in the [ great question of slavery: ; to the north, the I hunircd and Jifly-nine The democracy of 8THXL LATER_
I organized under that and tho faith
& .d this counsel andvoted other casejy supporting third candidate. ; system on
&r &-ttrirteenf
!
? south the cast auclthe'st it will
serve asa this gallant little will
increase
with'the -1 now Nothings! The Washiagtoo. In thus acting, anti-know-nothing Whigs) ,II compass, by which, in the darkest hours, I I county undoubtedly of the State's pledge, it is not presumable that Two Soldiers A'i/.Vi and One TOwitefei *j ,
the number i.i
November
.correspondent of the Savannah: Journal, I feel and know they are doing their duty to.. we may sail without fear : casting: no n.ncc.j : next the Legislature will }hastily jeopardize the Indians, en the .Ka.Hatdu f

underdid of March 29, presents tho matter. their country. They have no assaults to '
of .
I (ions upon the sages of t'lc pat, it adopts safety that fund by allowing foreign Companies -
tbns.1'. 1 make on Mr.: Fillmoro. They would, if possible -j RHODE ISLA>D.-The Democrats: made a '.
valuable. The
whatever the doubtful and sad
I rejects to enter our borders with rail roads, following news was received at
Wheu &e Hiule' of Repr'entntiTe idjnurned'S14'Vd.ty rescue his past fame from the injury danagognes i, the useless and lesson of noble fight in the recent election in Rhode Ft. Brooke
: improves early yesterday
morning
POI :
every the effect of which
I might be to
ito/ iaSers g.neIlly seeme1 l to en- j wild hunt after sincerely
y Ltrtaia tbo uujinfurUble very reflection that th} .' sad lit I: on a office'are in- ': wisdom bv the study of wliich its author has': Island! against the combined forces of the -A- rpnnrt" - _t'rnm_'n Crt. lf C-*... .Pr.*_-t-. _Oorl__
y 1 i Hiding it If h? yields! to the U-'mpture: i iI > : I cripple if not destroy our own enterprises. --I------
i j ji
upon
tIe to fcb/w ns-llie prneeetls their week" labor.IpJced .- anti hl.l profited. It was written, Hot for the hour, Know-Nothings and Black] Republicans. The I I Art'y, to Col. Brown, gives, ia substance, the .
the
the eeat** |vribu of the- week It vl been dc- :i j'I! accepts noinnalkm) the princij'lcv; and to subserve mere individual and! selfish I j 'I I : below given statement:

voted. thpaswrl.irvuoyt/'C the Htren-jtli 'of the A. will then embody will cause him to be opposed. ends, but, on the contrary, it was designed j! Journal of Commerce says : ozi'Fhie New York Express, a leading On Saturday, the 29th nit, a party, e.n.
nvricaij p r4'. wluch r.is eventually fouad to *>e tljitof The good he has clone ill insure We here present the votes for Governorlast
for a perm?nl't record, and to nccomplUh; the I FILLMORE sisting of two non-commissioned officers
tho maji.iity.t ttfcath him
j at their hands. and this
respect courtesy : only remarking, that in
noblest of that of the year and '
*- nine in
) cahi'ing ternHaluou.s men, two boats
p-irpo-e sent
but that nutl lh..e were bj
the American co- < lliey I
rier. j
p ry ; FILLMORE is the
i They} love Caesar, but they loeKoine those for last two towns against Nebraska-Kansas
may may. arc deficient
year
J uffl
; e}inpitl: @1>r'linHTrsta lay with tL<-iii1.0tC com I [ sta aa; slavery. Without'assuming : Capt. Pratt, up the Fa.K3.Hatcbee.to obtain
., ": ," inon PiincijJis, first and then men. which would doubtless increase the Know act. It from his in 1S50 :
.. quotes
priie.I l t113WuuJtI.I1.There !!-> :*- : to bo dictatorial, it comes to us i message on water for the command. After an absence
U rl1ewh it .bitter. cling on this sul e"l1 I I But good<1 m(>n cannot mal1ld principles othing majority.
with the stamp of absolute authority, the :anthoiitv [ the compromise bills, and says: of abut three hours, rapid musket-firing
The editor of the Nui.tKSl' /,a.'f Ujtaxnt'y, right. The leopard: cannot change hi> )
thd'i spots of the Constitution itself it is marked This Year. Last Year. heart! from the
; water .Uer
I Iriiulently "
5a"V5 party.-Capt.
Fr. Soil of thvJt fitfy; < I No man can doubt that the writer of this
e F.tliiiirii
ing piper rtlici liis 'L'HIIlIn'. KnowNothinguui :
| : !I-rn.Uic .. . .
Ifopnin. 9,016 Huppin 104GS
d to the Americans. Ue u4ios \ l IJ y a iV-.luu'S-s an o"igimahitv: : and an indc--: and Lieut. Walbridge. with 25 in the
(IrpJII vt-iy t remains J.now' :ltlingiH:1! It is ttili which. will I'.iiur. Dem . .. .7,090 1'tilUr. . 2.306 j jScutU'iiitg I! message would, if in public lire in 1854, haveresisted men,
of the Nwith'-vrest Riutain commend it
much liim.i&i u. )' n the Gtrmans and lie ,to tit [! like the unconverted Saul breathing: out pendencc: U> every: . . . I 15 Scattering .. .06 j the disturbances made of these compromise two remaining barges, (the other boats aid
hia cause (ywiTlsfiercely "Illy mail: who piefers truth to error, an J light to Idaikness I shifTs/ being ,) were des
with.the Americans, but with those nt puhli nus-I j threatenings and slaughter' ,' going up to Damascus ihe most important: : political; ': Hoppin's present majoiity is 2,850. Last i I bills by Mr. Senator Douglas: and away Pratt immediately
and -wh) .. be fia di co-t.perating or'' upon Ilj:. Dem. : President Pierce, both northern No patched by Cpt. to the relief of the
they are w:nv pi to persecute tho disciples of the true year, M gain, 5yi2. One more men.
of it t1l'! nation
log rolling" with thin questions our era ; present's' to ; poll November and man can doubt that Mr. Fillmore thus water party. About A dozen Indians bad
faith. next
and living ( (ay ,) Fusionism I regrets
him and those vho think a plain) amid unvamMicd issue-no oilier than < .laid the the
Thev nuswer_ !lh'il11l will be vannuNhed.i ,Iho annulment: of the compact of 1820 way party at Indian Field, and,
thus *""lou iiavc niencisanu : pair : advanced boat
m. ns in a certain rt sirtn: of.tie| West, nnd you have I ,Senator Douglas' Report. of the people for .self-government ; it presents) i regard to the Legislature, winch last and nil" the fearful sectional passions excited as it, O'Rourke was passing, find nsoa
killing Corporal and Private
i ctiinateJ them "ith.'our Free i Soil I ,.ittinbct in '! year was unanimously Know Nothing, except by it.
We have read the
j report made to the Sen. the issue upon which the battle of the
Winterling. Private
all other porli-us tile l ve af the Germans f.ui the approaching Senator and three Democratic The Indiana wounding StreewsU
Tribune
('lieVliig
Black
Dime Doim-cracy.. "r for Demncrnoj in the abstract :1 ate of the United States by Senator Douglas, campaign): must be fought-an is- a Republican all of Co. E. The fire was immediately returned
I the Pros IIll'lIce Journal
Is Its rung that we can, do uolhiqg with them andre! I on the Kansas question, with a pleasure al- jue which it M not possible' for us to avoid Asheml'lymen' speaking Know-Nothing paper, proposed a coalition: from both boats, when the Indians
of the election held ,I
Lan inore t. hoptf In hi tlwa'e whit cbei1s the Atneri- it ill matter little who shall be the candidate i just says : between the Black Republican and Know hastily retreated. Private.
from nU clasps (,adopted citi- i i most inexpressible. It is the document of the I Winterling was
can "e timent, than I but it will be of the utmost that i The Americans nnd Repuljlican generally unite
zf ns ti'gd.hiei : andvc! th-dl: cheii-h the former? Accordingly 1 times. Beyond comparison, it is the ablest laud the importance !MMI thtir e.uididates fur the Gunvial Assembly. Iti I Nothings of that State, to which tho Indiana brought to the camp and interred. Corps
he of till
; we find but thxtttn Ilepubacans: voiini: a- ; firmly upor great principle i is not easy to cla=sify the inembeis with tntire nccu- Journal the O'Rourke fell from the boat into the wtr / ,
jjwntt the American; in the Sml vote on the' bill re- 1 paper on the subjects embraced by it, referring act for the oigani/ation: of the Teiritoiies of| racy, ns sunie of them belong t< severul organizations; objects, rn ground that Mr. FILL. and has not yet been recovered. Private..

latiti" to. tLI Di.trkt )' itlrJa'tbe! pnrjxwe of w l.h.-n. !! as they do, not only to the difficulties in Kansas and Nebraska : let us enter tho fight ( 'but we jnd' ;e that the Aniericnns, and Republican MORE is committed by }his sanction of the Streowski was wounded badly in the knee,

us I lure !IIt'rt t.f.c stated, tti require naturaliz like bol'l I men-men determined vindicate '! hare .ready H clear majority ut" the Grand Commit. act of 1850 the
bin to
I compromise Nebraska with half-ounce ball. Tho Indians fired
Kansas but the of an
.l citircus H_(gWve,tltd year after naturalize ;, to sphere Congressional the jihulted honor of the glorious of Democracy | tl'(. They have/ 17 uf the 31 Senator, and there are
twii. before being admitted U),thu elective fr.inchise.Butthjl .- I l'authority in the Territories of the Union, that : let unfurl I Hag I 5 vacancies. The). han 88 of the 72 members cf the Kansas acts. To thi3 the Tribune responds one volley and retreated without re-loading. .
banner the
I tbisiiiovemcnt, and i ? /i ; us : our to II nI I there 13 vao4neie Blood found the
enIlujMJjlie. ) (IppiPsed ,; III'I' \ are was on grass where they Uj
f"w of these with nnv marked detf nninaJi-n.: I{ has yet fallen under our notice. As an argument battle and the brec/e, Inning i inscribed upon ..The Lieut. Governor and the General Treasurer : concealed. ,

I. In consonance \'itfl this idea miJ.be meiitfi/Jied die I.I upon the -Slavery! question it stands Ii i iunrivalled. its ample folds-The Cotisli'ufion and the will be eleeti-d by the Graud Committee from the two .' How do you know that Mr. Fillmore : Tho !Indian' were pursued for several! miles )
fact that Natiounl Executive Committee, appointed Union; Slate rights, awl the rh-ht the hi !he,t eandidate JI. n hiob are, iu this case, the Ameri-
by the rittAwnfJW 1 ; Satl: Gmiventiwu. has ju.tjiuUlisbed i As the Democratic Review well J JI ; of! people -ti cuu and IKiuuciutie" does not fully sympathise with u, in opposition but were not overtaken. iNote. .

a "call" broad enough to embrace.Republicans! I observes, It is a master-piece of reasoning: 'I lo selfifovcriimei ; perftct r"li&'iou\' toler- A Telegraphic despatch from Providence to that stupendous swindle of Douglas .-Tho Fa-Ka-IIatchee (Ia abort 40'miles ,
and Auieiicanria opposAiuu to t.ne Administration. a!ion, and no proscription (if American citizenv I & Co. All his antecedents are on the side below Punta Rassa.

How tbU} ",U1! affect"tbe Atneric-nna of the South, wliich, the threadbare sophistry of mere sectional wherever Lorn." Let such a banner with says: of freedom, and in opposition to the extensionof

iti i of eour ctf>r th! :m to judge. In tLi city they i and COI1\'entlOn.lloglc, and improving such a motto proudly Hunt above the raging "The Senate stinds, 16 Americans and Republicans! slavery. Have yon ever read a -_-
uy they will suppoit A/uerrcMii prinip'! no matter I storms that beat :against the rock of Democracy 9 Democrats, 1 Whijf, and 5 vacancies. message THREE DAYS LATER FROS ZUS07&
-have heard
wUcel e suppoai or opposes them. Thi i i. of ouuice. ; upon the truly valuable snguetlions of tho dis The House stands about 39 Americans and Republicans. you ever a speech-have you
practical hi alL! otbr.r matters than tbe Presidcutiallecti. l of f! I and it will prove the ti i igmi by wliich the 21 Democrats, and 13 vacancies. ever seen a letter-has even a private con. d "
statesmen a generations j
tinguished w. ARRIVAL
I ..n. ": -v- I I Democratic legion will march to a triumphant I "This chueitication is not entirely accurate but nearly versation of his been whispered into your ear Fe 01 TH1

The intelligent reader will not fail lo comprehend past, deduces the control of Congress over 'ictul'it; is too late to look haelthe enemy so. There is no doubt of a majority of the allied -that would justify the conclusion that he

the.drift of these.movements. To us the Territories from a direct clause of the already summon us to the held : let us American: and Republican parties in both houses." was now a pro-slavery man in sentiment and CAMBRIA.COLUMBIA

: trust, as in other dt\s: to the giant: of ------ .-- -- .
; : Constitution. The friends of tIlt Union owe army that be would not sanction a measure for the
they bespeaka policy worthy the genius of -an decimated the I. Citizen," in the Alligator Advertiser of
: to this than to all the documents progress army on one restoration of the Missouri Compromise or I April 14.-The Caiahria bat
more report .
S tha'arch-dernagogue. Seward. He sees that I hand by desertions to the enemy, but might! t'lo 7th, declines further discussion of the the admission! of Kansas as a free State t If arrived with Liverpool dates to March 29tlu

Fillmore b withotrt> trei>gth in the North only I which} have }been published upon the slavery I' Iv strengthened on the other by countless] accessions course of tho Governor relative to tho Indian \uu have seen or heard anything of the kind, Cotton was quiet and unchanged. Safet.

p so fr.r as he is devoted.to.tthe-minor points" question during the last half century. Not II ; of patriots : let us remember that the disturbances on the frontier. He : let us have it. We demand to know the of fire days 42,000 bales. Exporter look ,

that ell the truths which it enunciates are Democratic party is the Imperial Guard of says foundation of Jour faith before again i indulge 4,500 speculators 7,200.! .
of Know Kotli5ogisin! ; and therefore he counsel staked Citizen, having brought forth the publication you +
new, but that it is the ablest presentation ofl our republican empire-that upon its of his in such injurious imputations toward Fair .Orleans '. . .. . .*. .t.6l '
Excellency's
no "i/ickttti.Tg nbout- these "minorpoints" conduct, are the proudest impulses, the loftiest actings and doings' the candidate of the American 1 . .
the most intricate of all questionsever the frontier has party. Middling S. S S .S .. .*.${
facts- fully accomplished
i uTbtner words, he advises the I upon I hopes, and the dearest rights of man ; let us upon all
-or Fair Uplands . .. . I .. .&+ .
he desired and (e
I the -. furnished. 1 b'y; an American statesman; feel that wo strike, not only for (lielivi::ig, but now cheerfully buries the
Bbck RepubliconVtoyicJd; to. Know! Xoih- hatchet with the Editor I Iowa Know 11iJdlingo.51311'. .
"polite' of the Offi.
find for the reason, pariicukrlyth'tt the one fof generations yet to be ; let every blow l he Nothings. '
logs on these finali matters loa a sure.end:certain in the consciousness that ciaI.Jornal-and trusts that he not Peace not .concluded, though ia announced It
doctrine, upon which it mainly rests, is, rriven a glorious procession may lOne of our Florida Know Nothing colem- that all is .and that 10
means eflbe'tin li co-afitif! .und pnin'g- great, of generous intellect, far down in the again be placed under the necessity of rendering difficulty over, treat* ? "

about a victorjftiiStiWlH/ia the language in its }iave', for the first time given to the coming ages, will honor us for our courage, the public a sirni11t.r{ service." poraries is hugely tickled at th* rt'fQrthat\ will, be signed in a few'days. '. ''-. ?. ;

1 fog Amer- world. Thai .ills destined to revolutionize today : let the thought 'continually be ours, *' Let the "hatchet" remain .buried., Beyond his brethren in Iowa have ratified the nomi The deliberations iq the Peace Cpnfete*' '

of CampbellegnailjrjjESHWte! genalne" ,the public sentiment of tho nation in regard : that, if we desert the party of Jefferson, the a doubt, thu Executive has done everything nation of Fillmore and Donelsqn. Id the on the 27ri uk:,'are said Jo bo important It' \
icanism.aqd true ItepubJican Sia. Hencethc, ] \varonfidently believed that the. treat/..T ,
the enjoyed by individual States Revolution, tho party which, with all its faults, \\n his under the nnd following brief account of their d. jngi from .
nature of th' ealf refferrtq'.to by .the cor- to. rights has nobly borne aloft the flag of universal 1 power trying embarrass peace would ba signed on the 29th nit Napoleon I
the Nashville
,. of the Uhion, there can bo little-doubt. The back il1gd !cul es surrounding him, and is enti. U ioa of the 7th inst jKT had exacted a final settlement so.ntandhadoederedunstobep1acedattb.II
Black to
political chaps
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Te8pondeu.t.llf, ;Jpun RepuWicang liberty, wo go : it"}8 I

and K:1o* .Nothing .t 1 r ei, i 'r pro:I facts In-this Report are not set forth in a bold not for us, at an hour like the present, to pur 'fled, .think. to the commendation of his ( The know-nothing Sta'o Contention :I !!

and defiant manner ; nor is there any attemptto sue a doubtful policy ; we must advance, fttrd onstttucncy.By met at Iowa City on the 5th, to tho number tel des Invalids and annoonee tb.cortclusiosif..

mote" the com PIl jdtf o/.eacb,pknt them. j'. the tho risk tho consequence.if; there bo some' rrora the have forty-Jive delegates, endorsed FILIMOHE of peace at.tho S4m4 time the TaD.tnvs "
of we
men'into adoption not
pia.tJprm. lift coerce argue way yet seen our. reply and DONKUOX eelebratad (11Jao or.r the birth of the !
ttotann of being
evei on a comnvon of policy which displease, we must last approved Thofington. the I ... .t'
policy I It tnotw- ; '1d ,ised f lost meuts legitimately- deduced.from them. We trust to tho future their correction, for aroundusop tothe strictures of "Citizen" in the Abolition representative in Congress, en
J, Jt.e4Iatfi1l .IUi Etthe plain history of the whole case, which fcido-yawtis unfathomable Advertiser. Has the editor published it, or ed the rail1e law, and ratified the lVp.Man claims e : .
how it.b to. WTJ\ I : every I I ," a'
lee I absolutely relied -h dark tnmultuons doc to decline :.o give both sides a State t Meet Lord clvendon.5nd. : ,.., catiM
fjtr hearing ? .
to''f.th Nc tr:1t c 5 may' -not f only. .. %-j.. :: .njx > r aQy'n. wavw- .,> I. '. ', .-. ., .'''.. 1
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j1iv. Cliir a4&aTiIedi: hftwever. nnd It CHEAP; CAS'f STORE. eei, end all th1s expem of the ccbtrr-i'Is pdcs fwhe1t ill ea.e.t pwI4b. yer 10 -; ISM;' bet .a11 NEW SPEINa AND. SUMMIT &1O1T

1!i.t he-Mliei thouIdPigfl OIK to be uniform at all the yurH m isdTsetWd *ibjt 1. p .
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p-31.E;& Eli that-a Sfcan-i protocol shall IK Ut :Eto ovod.. CAKDLaa-aepo7rcle bid ft 60.000 pnIi une; hllb.' perfectly tweet. u I Isfl CMpcetnof .. :._-_ t S._ : i '- :
the Allies And Frus the be (<6uahtj. and tball 1 Lt deliTre4t'ip nod I- J
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J-A.V ui; bijued by The can IW must he American TnaoufVeiored of ( -
da '1'it. : E i- _; ___ prime l J.iif Urii Mearine nix candles In tho poond.R $feipp 5 brter, frae of all charge to the tJniUd BUtrt, HODclSS SCOTT & POOLE .
in the
'. 'TimesdisIikthedernthtrvor 1IRIGS REMINGTON AND .MYSTIC : I 10 inehen hi lenirth tzclurivt pj'tip. six. candle best pew. wall senfwoed, Bocnd. bright bwtekir ,- *
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N>. 1. to less than 14 87-100 melting < Dtrrels. M tW CAM my be-the staves and
weigh not ounce
of P ROM-New York a lartre. ** oriincDt ff StnpUI point not to IN lean than 140 degrees Farenheit.; headings Uffean/rvd oak-of the beat quality strong Are now opening at their CASH lico KzcuAndx ROOJO, the 1aijett &ad r

opIe Of En1aurL iLL be dc d4Th >rj GixHls aihi-fiiie GIO.TMH, pi-V Schr I'ettw The wick must be braided, and compos! of 78 cotton *n1! well })ooped. with lining hoop around each lead). complete assortment of ; -
euhl| Wilil Pi e "frt'hi N-w Orlenn*-the tnidtice ul I nnd eqaalln barrel
:: ( threads of the l heat quality of No. 27 yarn. The randleato qiinlity to simple 4 said navy-
tWVertni O.' itry-nl1utwbi.hh now off.-red nfntnll yari5a two balf barrels tn IK eunsidered
; as x barrel.uid !.
niMeei; not ptiitie1ypm1o nged adraiire on cuKt and charxei to cIo t sales, for delivered on sixty days' not ice. in tood box ttwt.nwff tliiu uoe-aiztb the required to SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS- .
e,., eiNitaminir nhout ?0 pounds each nnd the \\yn inhe quaotitj :
bit RtegtapW <8ipslcKw -hkenrwrn .tn cAIL! ua J.1 con !!! or country pmdnoe. mnrhed with the CO.tiCtursna.we oud the be in tfiSrtWrr s. >. .
nol to ."canine libsiilT 19, 1656. J. R LLOYD. weight ..Tb Us. Kfftt>ull! be nmde wholly from turret sutvrfiue -
of tho candles.- |. wWcli tbej wish to caD &. *
,tter. flour pf the loaBufaclure of the year 1 WB or They have ever brought to thli -Market, to- tttvnXi

jfthztxpess- 4uitahv P.S-llmi' z removed to the .opposite comer olt 1858. but lib -II! in hll en*** '.* m r>i'rnrtHr '' fry i Uaur may desire to parcliasc &cir supplies at lie jwx C.u Lj ,
T ML-1AzD A.St.pirte
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/ Tf.-.'.n n 'd !rroo'5trc! .>'. in th'it l 1ae mid C"ir.motKou ED. nT *rp'yr. made i.f the cn>p immediately precedinfr the dates of -

CITY JOL'KS'FAY or .'t>tire furtnerly eji'.l by Jami-s li. Gin bids fur till tlmt may !ihO required f'/r the the rtq'jiiti.t )s for the same ; nnd bhall be fully ej- -------a.---------- L -i

Trthlflzgc MiMid bUd) by Martin t Miller our fiiemls will use of the nary to be delivered at New Tcik ojjr. in quality nnd conform in size and sbnpe, to the SBpics rn
Mustard! '-..ei. AmeiicRn. brown rPHEIR STOCJt embraeM, a* will b* seen bT ref,r ae* to the folowinJt (7. nri3 ,
tii.d xire.viy (HR uuilt: !) ( wait I'll tliom :ttit l t<> eon which are deposited in the said -yards $111111 I
&jiYACTCD flY FLfcMlXO BROS.YORK. vinee them that no i />-V 11', FiniJ it* inbit vrri, Pepper blnck. MnlaliarBottles. be properly baked, thoroujrhlvfciln-driwl.navy w -Hand -nekd; _.t and most iIepjrUstvlea 'If LADIES! AND GENTS DREi3 OUODS. UOU E.fl314. OOQUJL i ii

.' NEW Angtirt 55. 1852.Tbla much thffi-1t inaiket in (,'t.(>ab\ lh.ate dtatinrfive'otte o''f neon, f jr uiuitard r.nd pepper delivered free charge to the f'nited Srates.iu PLAYSTATION GOODS AND WARES, and GROCERIES: i

u 5* tn certify that) I jun well acquainted invresis ati-1 (.IxiuM IKsuiLKf Coikfjr botte3.! food sound, well dried bneht' flour barrel" as above Laces. of Silk. Lncc. Berate. *c, all uewind EOt1&SL. .
I. di. < bthf united md wwdom of the described wi.h the hend well .
>nn -si np ; secured ; or in air and in the bent styles of the ea -n
ftkii man"fifty 3i r* of ape.for ma.ny yeais n r -i idenfof ttiliii the life business and All the t >re or
.. jutiplc; Initcoinj being whiskey spirit at cpliou of which WS will pleased :
thl, vb has brn at times ill.
extrmelr
ty. j nnd conformable nil to the deposited Honiton.Valrnctennea. Simper, and PUDJM. vf U -
rule: in t nerll. the lowopt pi).i ia only jwiid by the ty m respect. samples the bureau nerican Saxuny. Malts at all times.Ladies'. <
bctconM neat tell from what c HI-*.unks it w as worm*. nt Fni I and in thU nnd real *nd sizes. for Lull
yards iren'j. Thread QcoU
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ii8iinicr. fi-r hoc loiiejrsl pole k,1f-M a' ir1l He tnld hi* nttendin;; pbiei in hi* ro picioim. nt who *ul je<'t to pneh itijtpeetion at the nnvvvarjlure! de- Plait and Brussels Lace. Dress Goods. dren aud SemU. \.
and and
iii'on. All we desire i to c >nie price our givxfa rnet-entntah.le! and In full first proof sccordinz -
(n,r1-i-ii.11ei the id T, nntief< pi4 i t<, a lend I Jin avis hi-f..Ie you puie.ne.! ati'I l don't pay fifty j per cent fin hvered nx the chu-f of I thi> bnreniiniMy direct the in'PC1111g to the United! States cintoin house standard. It Embroideries &c. Upwards of 100 Rob Dre*>e* Matting, 011 Cldth &c.- -
Hi then mentioned Dr. M'I/in.-V Veririf.1..i3d ,
jfl !nlZet. ni the u$ef: a little credit until next Jnmiarj, when ynn officer to be appointed the Navy Depart- shall be! delivered in s..oI. new. sound bright, thrfe of all qualities. Block, White and
twtiwl I'.unifhe) would talce ithis Jaconet, Cambric :345a.pdlquarter ai1:
rcpUmust SWIM. Mull VfMtj
Colored Silk*, for summer $
o.in borrow mc>m-y at 8 per rent. See amij'id.je fmviuieelves quarters hiiopod, wi-11 seasoned white ouk barrel Fancy t.C.dored
wa-4 ttcornti1&ingn{ pA relu-f. or die.TIfiyt tbe iifri-reiuf lietwfun ihe piift-.a nftliionjr All the ai, tides to bi delivered free of any inciiiii with white oak heads the heads to be made of three and Dit'ity: Bund*, Edging. Insert I wear. Grenauin'i, Printed Satin, Matting. 4 cod 6. quart rOil > 1}

-.'fieejvwenrfd bottle! ofDr M'LnmV i iiniii
cetbTdveflmfIgv! nnd Ire took ne linll sit nc you fr your jiatronage and our dully i'npro\cni'-iit inLusincH | (">, nnd th pr ce o1 f each nitu-le mui t bi> thaiiie < less than { iiirh thick and the heads not !lc-,* than J Embroidered and Hcnwlkhcd Linen Silk. Bvraire, Canton and Nankeen LinenandCIch.utbpj.j and fS Vf' '
dot4i.'C VVM.ili BP. ha- pawed npwads three at the -ctive. of dnliveiv. I'.irkusrec Cambric H.nii Ikerchii-fs. Embroidered Oiled CurtaM'r>nCoiaic a Curt
JOHN R. LLOYD. re p p'aecs ) inch thiek ; and] eacli birrel nhall bv coopered, in aJ.ii 'Ciupc, White and Colored Chilies >

ai:ne.Iitt1y.: unrl Is now enjo\ii.p i'm't < jcni'iit tr; AUCTION SALES. a uml oietrySATLT1UAV" h-hi wih: the r ci't'trtitsanJ th<- nu-iio 'If' the cnntr.ic-tor inch in width, and 116 I inch tbik} and one three-pen Collars Sleeves, &c. Swis. CJiintt Brilliants, Crockery.Real .

s4.1j;*and. like theirt>odS.imatilar> 'f iLI. i* >ndfiir ti'tr.nH-iH-inj- I 10 (u'dICk! A. M.We -uiii be aufijcimt: ti> in i.ir tluir tenpoiu: *. wife kocj ny hivip ou carh cLime 1 i inch inA Hth. and 1 1 16 inch A larire eh ction of the best I Fancy LIueui. Printed Lawn. Fiiujjcr Clu'aa Ware. Iron Stoc.
< Vy W uftf.4-t-un.ttr boic. lie J.t very
iJ *- neijl ni ii 'W )bae ample ,oo 'i f n the frliaiipe ofaluiii inz. thick as per diagram. Tl.e wli-jlt! to I be put in pjod i-i Ilonitifi. Mal'eie.' Valencieriuef. Munlin< sn-WI Ginghtr.13. FLtiJ. jOLina. Plain Giass.W ', Frtoeia'
: h h t$ ;! ) Iwbuul up.antl (-tct nil e.iFf spimi!. r .bs I f meiehan !i7e. Coi-.M -inMrjjt* of DrV GGrocoiioF. :.'..!.< Tin nfnetor mi-t otri.ii-h r.jjenci'at stieh ftr: shipping! ordf-r free of all eiiarg-- the ( :'inted StittesTiieMcar ryl, s lUal Plait and Biujsels I'liuJae iuqtCAaiI.rie.1Lsce i Ware, Cvfemoo TVare Stoov. ..
Warv
ta T sjaviutliat) niav IM' given (.V.T 1 hy regular! pliM rIIk4. Fiuits. te., la whidi prompt atdnimi I linns ot>i-r than: I l.i* resiJonrc. that: I no ilclnv. imy a'i-r I shall b-3 ncgon'ru; U s.vnpleii at the sai.l! Collars an I S.-tt*. English, 'Fiti letun. Nninoofc. Mu'lj| U ,_.y. -

emu, andltodnct-fi: II'ILICI try Dr. M'LimVsYimi will be given.' J. R. L. in fnrni-hing) what: IIIHW 1 nqnlred I ; ioid{ when th tiavv-v.irus ; ah-1! 1 be iliy and I tit foi packii. Sc.itt-h. Irioh. i.rvl! French Embroidered arid Paris Miwlir. lu>1ia TwilledJLwrjy i hardware

t3i. _S1'(8TbelmIU)1UCCt1iJt'VC! th, n twenty jr Apil 8. C"ntraet! or iST'-iiT fui" prowj.tlv t > "irnplv wtirfq : ). Tlie ten -.i.l! !bo'of t ty )n d I (J'l.1l1v yo.au. b'-bon. equal and Sleeves. White i Cloth. Bcriin Bonnet C.'rd. >
n RyTafce"tt>e.-Vriniifae nr. in"v -rv *- *< TVI'JIthe -- .i-iii'-n thp Cliief of the! I I'MM-IMI l i i ,.f1t-ot I.i. in >-'. 4the a-.m--a'.i! ra\ ; >>.*-'* O'Unr* Fine Bobinet.'Silk Thule and lUu-j[ 40 dozen Pocket KOITM. KormanlFirii .

ft k pp TwnfiB.! Hf-'i* well) Mtii-fied iliat lt : _L1'1o,3ti. (ti-.il.iuu -I'-illbe siirlH'iisMl to dn-f-* p-.j.: h- MS to b Tie; C'.J:.; ji.ii: Lo iij ::.: t-j the Let Cuba, accor'lin aud !3ckCra1.etJt.ini-udSieev&: f. .ion* Crnpe Florence and MnrCe .[ *, Cjurvers Loc HateM*,

ILne'* Yeruiifiiije. i repnred 1-V Fleming Bros -;-- 03VMLKT Experte-Ito arme l'h.e thi.' made! to snpjily tlie icii! <-li-i.cy. i tuidi-t t tl.cuin\I ] ; !the < ? to s ini.t-, ': Veils. iioe Silk*. Silk 'UC-hri. Ameiicau., ''and Ib4At3Offlh1'tdztds.Angnra.jti i

: PiT4iur.g1i. f.'w&irZ rnyuberknIwl rPm.y : J Times ivhii-h will l.uviwith c:l.a1a.I exjri-! spd in the eontriet ; the record of a i iF icquifi"i -' The ri-e ch.i'ii: !tn ."the v -r/best- quality nnd of Love Veils, White P.hck and | English aud French FAHCPi iuts,
nd'tTi J ip\Qre: e i' fMlly VIKR *v i.n1tI l n..t fail t<' l.s i. the ah..vc IWt. ]Jeiu.r. her l.i-t tiip f.-i tin utt.lu F >.
.& etnn( \ji1use\ Yiwr. Fur fi.rllier; pniticilan in- | I'l.-mtMS wi'l do well to vail themselves tif tl.is op
-. q'iirebf'Mr.! Hat die. 124 f Cannon Street, Ke r Yoik ti.nitv; i f t>uppl\inji to ChiitlcMnn. i f>n-said. Khali 1 lie evidence tl.at t-iich ieq.isiliuii: hahi'i'n : '; The m i'a.i'a -h-ili tc f-iKy; eq'ial t the very best do. ;; Liuco'I' Spring Balance;WasitcrsTeai'ra; y, t t7

Citv : HICIJAKDS'JN & WriITAKEU. made and leciived.Two I. j'l-ihtv of "i \v (Oili-i !n in liases, and hhall be deli v- I White. Colored Mid P'uid Trace Halter und Fifth Cliaioa., -
I. purchittT fill be orcful tA *nk for PR iFI4Nr New Port. Apnl 9. lSf. 16An or ni re approieil tirt-li i.s. i i'i n ern cq-nl tithe -red in well' si'iponed re-I I :uk b-irrels. xxiili white pine Fashionable Bonnets.J Drills, French Do' Skin nd lllnck'i Ward Kob "Hoots. Sbval and
Cr.LEBKATnn %'LflMIFt. nismifao'iired by : ti'iiatel I amount of tli- will 1 hi- J Trimmed and untrimmed. of Cloth Fancy Cnisimerea. BlaykDrnp TMI-ga. FewT.n. Fire Iron
J e- irr.it; irqmr"ii !hea'ji n >t bt'.i m 1 J it'ch! t thii.-k ; ti! j-t-ivea: iwt I le-S i Well t,
FI.EM O Bans. 'f Pitftbury. J'&. All other Vor Ordinance. Rid twfiitv PPI centum ii. Hd
Tni1&1g(. in c>ih, Summer CloJu, &e. PulHe. for Wiudowa. Swi Cona. a.e .
enji', Vrmifu. a1o Ii C4trnteI Livtrcun An Crlifince tn mnrnd nn O d ante none ffrctnal'III thereof Ic coiln1era'' -eiriiv, fo it* Straw ai.d Hair, Brltcrade nod Cotton and Manilla Hen
.. ; si : i cure ;jiriformnivemd eaeh; b.J.e I 1' i ii"ii in wi kli and 1-1 Ifilh inch thick. Hair Dry Goods. lCop -.
now be Uad) at all rpppetabl Drag SLot es. yrvnuiae to / r. ride fHce and gtwl G vritirii not in anv eu-nt to be pni-1 until! it is in all iepccf IIK one oil each thi'ru1! 1 inch ill width and 1-16 h Uutland Lace and) Straw lists, j Red 'Shoe Nail. Cottui. Wool and* -

without! the tignutuievf 8 4 nt if the City if Tali.liaMe' fussed Jul'i8h .! onnijilictl J I I \vilh i I : ei l htv. 'er cc,.t tit1 of ;litamoun'I 'ii'-h I thii-k. nn shall!:: be th"ro !rhly cuojiorcd and! jlacid Midies Tiiniraed i'edal Ili'snnu Curtiia Dnma k Furiiiture*. Turkey Horse Cord. Curry Comb.. WaflalIrou

FLEMING BROS. 1650.S" ,if nil deliveries made will be j'aid' l lv t o- 'rvvi:: !' >nt in the bst (d-ipjjii'ij cotrlili'n.Tl. i i. Cloomcrs. lufuu: Lace and Straw Furui'ure Prints. Gras Diuiij'lit do. *. IlHrceB. Stable Forks, *Omr- ,

Solj'at nil! 'f the Dm; Stores in Tallahassee and ECTION"_ 1. fi>- it id'iinedly Ik* I-itenjnU w! w-ithin I ihiity da\s; after l b; 1 1-, dui> au'hciticated. thall ..> vin ;-:rhall bi of the first quilitv cider vine Trimmed II.it ,*. Embroiderjd Skirt Linen Liii-'den Jloe and Bakes, Wreoct

by ontTnj-'nt in everyU" >wn in' tH- South.April.9. -- Ci_ y Cviuicil fif T'llluhenxn, Tli it fioni nnd :ifUr have l>en pre.-ented;. to him. fir q'iul t.> tli" standard! of the United States Plnr Ribbons I Trimmings I Cor* tK Morctn. Iri Damask h !) lie .|Saw. LTatcLffs, Hammer. Bn e.* ,
Table Damask. '> *
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ISifi 16-lw the p.ibsnjje ('f this Ordi.mce it i-1IIu1l not be 1IwftI! Blank: f t'rn'a' of proposal* may be obfa'npd! on ap na-'opa-ia. and shall conta'n no other thanafetic acid ; 6tc. en Netta. da|and Biu, g prit Letels, St* kDie. P.b& -

for any S'ave: or S'aves nithin the C.urp..r.4e? limit- i [dic-ition: t to 1 th'i navy .i.i'iits at Portpmin.th. N.- md! shall be delivered :n LttTth similar in nil reaperisft Lnce Moeqneto Table common Stand .. .

.>f siul Cit.v to c\vn or ;po fe>.s in his. l.er, or their own. Ham )*hire : Bi Moii. New Vi ik. Phl.: idel:Aui i. Ba'ti' t'ro. e ro'iired f.ir mulas.es. with!, the exception that A ,iiioe sorlnent of Hich, ::13gnl'ilie3., Toiltt! Cover Furniture Frin'o! -ALSOI --. S 0
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MEW GOODS.JfiHN ri<{ht. any liorse, in-iie.: gehJinijor nude; nor any !H, and at tin bureau.A -i-li'.lr-tink diRvts r.'iil 1 enla: -!.- be *ubtitutcd fore nit and bash KlDDon. 01 11)0-- very j Lm-n. Bird' Eve'I I Ian Mills Corn Stellar, Straw
nd Lam.
rait, M'irs! 'ii. bupjy our rainage: ; and it Mrdl. !tthe r. C''r.l), in duplicate of I Ihe h-t t.tiuuf 'rminj a Kid 1 oak staves and white pinheuN.. and. shall: behoroUjjbly new et atvlen. a large collection of ; ; Linenand B-ay Cotton ; Cutter, Iron Scoop. Ames StaritIs -'- '

duty of tIle City M.i,- lmll, when the fact tif the ovnTship. tier of tin) acceptance? of his proposal will 1-e deemed gaopercd; and jj'uctd ill the bust shipping !' fnshionable Sfrm? and' Summer Bleached D.apcr. Shirting* and TuWjrhnp.al : l and Spades, Iail Road aocTOar-' -jr,.

PRATOBIOUB 01 po'.sesifnn 0.1 i-ueh propeity by any Slaver .1 notific-.i'i'iii th'-ieof.) "itKin the rneai-ing of th-1 net I IISlfi. .rdr.! Trinunhitlcs. an nwitmentcf ilen Wheel BnrnSeed Jjfl '

,. > Slave* cotiics to his Ln'.wledje.| to report the anl.I .- I ami hi' bid wi'l l>e made aud accept .1 in conforniiy The piokh s siai1! be put u-i in iron bound cask, nudich Tuff. Satin and Cap U'-bbon; Cord j 'I..jliefl -ect'ngs' Pillow Bleached Ca.e Jena Cot.nd -. '3.evthe. S'cU.s. Grain rad11.
MERCHANT TAILOR, to the Iiittnclanl \\h I ihrroujxin : :iI C hk at uI I! cofitin! oi.e ga'l: I >n of < ni 'n*, one palon and Brow, irnilh* Bellows."'Aovili and ,
Chtcks.uL ,
Dealer Jn Ready Made Clothing andCpntlcincn5 lirtcl! the City M.irt-hall. to seize, alil 1 after tl.irtiI.IVB Every offer made mu-t. he aecorir.i.-ul: (diicctc-1 of iiepp'1.. Miiil! thirti-en, callon! *. of medium cucumcr Drew. Embroidering Silk. French. Apron HolSnnd- ine icGinKara.C: ,|- ll-fles :audSTntuna. and a.Iarg',' i

nnticA, to stll sueh property at public a net ion to in the act of C"nijremaking appropri.itins: !I. r I ihtj *. lifti ti> !h<{ jiil'i'ii. and I t the veirt-tiihlfs I ii: each). noiking Cotton. Bo.net Lining.I FlaniieK Brown Drills ar.d Donietic. ''U ..f Wrought and Cut JTaila, Ht4- -
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_Fornishins Goods. the hiijbes-t bi.h'cr and to pay the proceeds. of said! j na tairvioe for 18Jf(>"'4 7. jippniveij I JO'h :1igIn t. Jutll v. eilu_ li\-five! p mills nnj they oiilv! be paid French FU.wVs, Jet. Wreath-, tCfl Bed Twilled BMJJmiug low Wars, Ac. -- Pt: ,
Ticking >
nJc afier: deducting tiiert.-fr.'m all eosts incurred Inle 1616)) bv a wiittcn gmrantei.: n'jjned by "no. or nv n- >r ; at.-1 1 each) Ci !v shall 1 then I he fdltd with whif 1&.bi. &e. | with) ,!

: NL seizure and: eale of s. id projieity iulo the Cit responsible I per'll to the {-Ti-Ct( that I he ol t the.I Ulldei vi",. \ iiuorltr) of :it le.ist 42 degrees! of strength Fans, Parasols, &c. together over i Willow' Ware Notions.
TreasurSKC. '. take the bidders will, if hi th -ir 1 bid 500 piecesA &.o. -
\ that or henrrei t in I fj'.i-sl to Frenchii>epir : the c-.ibk*. testable) I' -
SPRING AND SUMMER i. lie it fin tlier Oidiintd, That if upon tin- ted. enter into an ob'hri'i'in i wi''iii ten diy: *. vit! md vi-it-r fhll c >:ifuiii and! be equal in utl!! respects very pretty .election of Fans. American( and Fcnch C.cnllM.!
un 1 in the p..sses'i! m ('f aj jriMid I and ftlfncieiit: stir tie*, to f>;riii.-h the iAn Pb 'le- 'o t the! -a-np'e; deposited i.t the z.lsvc n-mied: navy Parasols! buu bhad.s and mufti Camiettce's. Plain and Striped, p,. ,I II rIp usbea of alt kials, Button; KttVJles.

CLOTHS AND ASSIMERES. j Slave the ownership of whiJi i is prohibited by tin- pr.u1ui..d. The bureau will not be oMij-at r-.l l to con :ard*. nnd COIl'ra'-t..rs shall: warrant ari.l 1 iti.uziuttiuuut ''ns- i nabur" and Domestic. Linen Drill- Port Monies, Paint Bnwl** -

AM n .T receiving an extensive n; rtmeit o( f.neg. i.i: ecctimi. any white persiHi Miall intoil.-ie n
I Ci-ilhi: C'UNI nere. Wsti.i *, Drip d'Ett.Vhitr claim te the pn-jH'ity so >eiz 'd. such c'aim hall be tee required l is-v- hi'the; Competeney <

B.Mnan1 Fmcy Lniens. Wliite and Figured Jl 1air :nade under <>:itli xnd uch clainuiiit slirill bt tIlIuI!e t< to liecptiicd bv Ihe) mvy a-aent, diti jet atto; iutv il.ulIi.iu.S; \iij--jfar, aiid pickles to be well painted will1ed Gauntlets, Silk Mitt. I ninlhincrLinrnOlovs | ;'eakMallets.. Ice Cream Freean.Cdstors. I -

eI:1.s.1)r'Whi(1I: I HHI prupareil tn' make n;> ni:i |I -\veir: t' :it he or t-he i i tlu b nu, fid fiwner thereof >r the collector of the P1t. l.-.H. Indies! Black and While Silk Ho e. Gentlemen wi.hmg to fanuh'Ludies ': Lemon Squeezer, fancy o- -

tb ut n i; tbe noit iiouable st\lti> ttbd on rea 'II I a id *h tt the s.inie is n-it owneii: by the SIr.tour lzlve- Tlie nMen'i'vi, of hi I "eis is c-.l'rj' to t'':'' ca.Tlpt.c The iM-a'i s'lall b'f the very ip..t t qnlitvvhife Gent and) Children. White themselves) with pa onabe! Coato,' Basket I'.ijutcj] Pails, Keelart ?

otiU tt:1 WS. .\vhofH' po-s-eM-ion stvns fuind ; or biicli claiaiauihill and ile-cription -( nitier! qt.ired. ac. 1:1: tl-e ii-j: ee'ion le.m IS, and ui hall I )ho of t tn!)O crop i iiu-nt-li I I itt. ly pr eediii u.; Buick and Coloied Cotton do.. Pants and! Vests, can select from aMife.s Tubs, Well Buckets. Children Vfmsjons -' 4.e; .

ALSOA lut. r. q"irrd to pro\e h5< tight of pn-pi-Mv l>\ 1 be fop' recep'i-'ii. a j j it t I hut i li i I c-'irp-irison i : wi i! he d.ile* t.1 t lie n-qviMlion fr the s.iine: Cl pouu 1'I J* Open Work do Ladies and |stock containing over 700 Garments and Gig*. Tin Chamber Sett/

.rherc-mpeitiit e i lei.ce: al if upr-n itivt-s'i4a'i"ii be uiid'b.t the iir'ic'ts ofTe < 'I 1 and, th.<> s 'iip'md 1 IItikfll ,t*
L.VRUC tD WELL SULKCTKD SfOCK OF .( shall appear to the ?;itiff.iclion of the Intendiiiilih.it I I eoiitriet.i n-ceivmg nine I th-it f.dl I 1 below t themnn; < I"hi. dried npplry shdl 1 lu.- of the best qunlty.! and li-9 Sill: Drawer. Black and Also; Linen Boom Shirt. Under, Stand, Umbrella .tarn!.. ChilJreU"' ., '

READY-MADE CLOTHING, filch elaiin of iij-l.t is'st-t ij> merely to evid thtI their jitteiitmn i i a-o pirticnhirlv
:. C.-iiitinin put of C. -hmeiftTnik! jii.d Sn<4-, >I>eralion >f tlrtit Orli-ini-e. the paity so u'ff.ii'Iiu( 1it1'u .>n ot 27i! M-ncb, 1851, and to thr: net of tLt10th I ht tn-p i of a ii'111111 I 'i i IhiC ha t ely preceding the datesf i ;eiit* Liu--n and Silk Pocket Handkerchief Hats.no .- Silver Thimbles, Gun-Caps. Letter

FtutCoWi'd Pr ck and fk. l inp dTt.! Fr -k.Satk : (* derined! u di-t u;her of the) public peace and! liali.! l August. 1S4S.Aj.'il tl-e uIl 112 .It iuuI! for (Insame.. *. I and Foolscap Paper; TraTellinj'Bo !
ns1 I nu5i'' at 19 1S55. 4--1.--1C Ail tiii-'f > ? oinjde, cribed article*. embi.aciiiL'ca k*, D.izen jeiBncj .?y'pflt*, s. Brittaou Coffee Puts.; I

- B.dwfl3 tc< an U 3 ITain-v> 5ii-8.Linen Ap C 'nt*. 1iflk.D.1 (tEfI :uid 'he ilifotrli"!! <>f the hut< n>':..nt.Si.u ,arres. hat I'liirel, *. iui-1. ) li.x.-*. fh-ill be subject tiMli > i Mantles | Fashionshie Silk, Legio..i l Pans |Oilt Frame Looking QIaj<4. -'*I

: Suw4I'i1wr.. .? 1'flit" bitt ai.1 Fnitv Lmvn : 3. Be it f
:: P.it&; wit rr&.v 'er the xpirat; inof fcisr.wc-wfcs: fioin the pn'Oicnlion ofihis. Iir ii-.r[ <-tiij ".fli-er to b<* appointed, l.y the Navy ilaalKlai, Taliun sud Scarf., Plain aud FaueyI'lm l-eat Rulters, Jped Datb hi., iml

. : 1'.ii1I sAt.'suirt; C.sflaru, C..avals, Uai'ieMrt Oi(IiIunee. it siiit'l not fie 1 ivx I I'd l.-r anv slave o'i j < AA SACRED IIAIM'S. ')>-|>-i.-l.i -iit. All mspeetion; to l he at the phice: of deiveiv. : ,.
: Lkr.tc. jjiives-to (a-c.ij-v ;; .} .\\y !!i.g: h :.-*. ; I.u.l tin/; <-\ i 1 i\l i noi'n..LL; .1 IICEUY.I iiiii-i.iJ i iiy, hir.a evtr. )b. iu- }ie'.ted at the ---- 4

,. JOIIN PItAETORIUS.Api I'f|)? ;< : Ii'' iiutI r .' -i!. tUi.l: : HJXIII iii\ int <>iM I Apnl J 12. !l-t). !1.. I --f it ::11t.0't jr--. 'h..ut vil:i! i'i nil!! ca1* l-e --I'ljecl' -;
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i!' M." fS..f. inReceived .lg within ii'i iatc liri.'is i f ti :.- Citv, ajaitfiJetaelu iiFNT ccDIJS I -o .1 f..i.-.l ..- :i i.1 the p'acc il Jcli'.erv! before ( rer fartmfnl) 14
itr
J frtnii. aii J i.t.t. Ct t.ti. i..tb: ami ii.ij.icrnt t- I .1-!! are ** *r.s\\ t tl--i-f.! r. | :. : -

Ttit : prt'rii-ee occupied by sonic white p-rs'in* over, the JUSTRF.CEIVF.RMcCai.h TI," piicf* ..f r.!! thf! n-j-i-c a-tices; to be the

WkVETTtFflOM KEVT, ORLEAX5 'g.. ,.f Fixteeii. miller w h"Fc' control, ninna eineiit, and I rv of:D 'land, Vol. S i 4, -an.e: tr.'uI.c :'t tl.e % car, and LidJ.-rs may offer for IS at ell times well snpplie 1 with F csh Groceries, which we wi!! sell at price. M law *a tam Jft .

: PEP tlirection. i-urh Slaver s-hall in all such cae' I t-e : I'm- IniicV! Life of \Vahn'ton, -i.t t-r i.iore a.iri: *. mit. We have now it'. Store large bt of Java and Rio Coffee. Powdered Crush.djes& .4ia4 ,t .

9 A !WI/5'nxtri: n.I Su.. rfiwj Fk-ur. t'iJ d. nir r/.* '/' ; Tli.it the i urivnuuius of this ordi- C.i"iinV!! C-m-pe'e! \Voi", Ail;; 'ho eut. b.iiieX and half brrtli; boxen or Brown Suear. Black aud Green Teas. Pepper Spices of all kin s.Saleratus,Super CarboMte.or!

'._, : ii.-Iti ciffce;. iHii'-f Miall. not fie i o>itn cJ.Tf t'- ptvent ni>y owner Ihnrr.-fiV Hd.li.lli'I I u 1 .* I'niiei! States, -,rhus. -Lull!! be n.aiced! with tn.ir! content* and the Adanmnline.! Star wid WaxC.mdle; Fancy and Common Soap, Pickled Salmon, C.j:__.,Shad. CkixtiefluX-- Wi .'4

2 TifVo# S C. ofbt.ildiniiK: wiliiin tl.i< Ciiy fm: phcint: ; tin t-in Aloue-TLc Hidden I'.ih.ikl'01'i'ALL.t.. on'nu-toiV n-iin". All the InirreN and hull" barrels of Nuts tf nil kiuuis, Crackeis. Walnut awl Tomato Catsup. Peppsr Sauce, Capers. Piceiiihi.Mixd-P1sq. tuflij ir

2! C.trLSli tul-lers, luring l.is or hi r iib-i'iu-e a St-rvMit .<'j i>< rvaiits to HOBTi .l-.nr. hrid au-I 1 |l'klib! shall have in addition to t the 11511 niutI Fri-rich Mustard, Duikees' Yeast P.'wder, Preserved Qninee an Tamariuds. Ortrrant. App!. ao4 ..4Q

5 BMs.. S ar sr hou>c"MoTastc piotect tie sani1. Mich Sen ant a not to ext-f-t-d I Ivo in j A pi ill l. IS.:%. 15Executor's iln.ve. the var t hen inntiuf.iciue: 1 M put up, mark uince Jelly. Co I. Brjmi. Corti Starch. Chocu.ite.! Pine 4Apple Cheese. Star-tb, .Pojb, White Be aliiul

V Wit.k11 p unbcr. except in the "arc of th -ir bcii jr man. :id\ ii i-p ui thiTi. Iha I, Beef Tongue, White Wine Vu'egar. Apple Viaicgar, Uicie. Fire Proof Piflt,7hrtflfl'I OreenO,....

5 ti's CIirt L ire and IM\ hug ou"ff tl'ildn' n of age iusufllcicut to __ Notice. The saniple irferrfd to ij: thi .idvcrli'emciitnrc jiil Varnish, White L.mI. Pitty.: 13.ik4 Li seeuh Oil. Best-Sperni dt-Lar.l do., Cainpuo.an.3) flunJn 11.. zi.Io

_*n (.fL1Jih ciII bepct low Lv* Lire an 1 iifdng: lh -ir |iirrnts protection: IX inr>iith fif-r> ; dulc. v. e v il! ,pit-sent ouraervHitil* it-ise sheeted f-c the esisuin: ii-.eal year, ni.dhnv HO'frrinrf l'u.wder IUI.I Shot. Suufl Sih-iapari 1*. Ituuipbcrry and Lemon Syrup. StuArt's Best Svrtp, New Or1.

.S.S. KNIGHT. SEC. 4. Be it fuillitr O'diiu'd. That < :, tl.o! oxj.Ir.ttion and! hI2i-PiP lotlelimi., .ludce ..f( I'lfbate (f.' .- tar' 17.S h-ice Lren ) ? ivionxu ied. -1.... Pesche. Wiuortlelierrties.-BJttckbvrries, Tomatoes, Hora Radish, Supericr Cigars, boce.Ch.wiija -

-. .,- of the I ifl.e pu-sciibed' in the f"rrtiifi yectii.n i'n Mid (OrtinU of (Ji-'*deM.. fir flit..! settltnient. and! lie qnanify of th" e at tiles whch: will he reqnireflMni Smoking Tobacco,
Fer- Win. R. Tettis it shall l e the duty of the City Marfelull to c've' ii"tic aip'y to }ba di--li irgcd, fru-n he r-x 'cuU>raKijf of Oscar >t [he picciioly stated. They will probably a- With many thank to the Public fur their kind and liberal patronage, wo earotstl/ aoliciksm r )

FROM NEW ORLEANS.O -' in writing to the ownrr or ownci i-i. or t-> tl.e agent 1 F'ullvaw" lfceaeed. thou) To be oflcre I for. four present stock. 0 -- .

;3esmidS'i mhlrrf.iU "r agents of the ownei or owners of fetic-h Slave 01S's OWEN L. A JAMES A. FILLYA'.V, Exto.'j. "..nr. . . . I .21))() I.bb. .per bbl.i !. Tailaiasee.! March 22. 1856. 12 HODGKISS. : I ,

A C.VSHS. : ei s II3 are found 1I\ iII; IJK n or occupying any lot April 12. 18iC. 15 -6m i};-cuit . . . I I.Cf'O.OCO' ( Ihs. .per 100 Ibs.Vhikey ,- ---- ,
Fl-u'
5.D.b1z.Extra
Family ... InJ J lots within the corporate limit* oJ this City contra i ir \ . . 3.fMifi gals. ..pcrffal."u -- -- .
** : Road Bonds. Groceries '
1(;0 Supt'ifine ; to the provteioni 4.1 the foreeoinc *ecti'>ns ; n-quii-j ar. . . ... 2iXi.OuO Itw. per Ib. Tallahassee Rail Hardware, &c?-
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50 '* Jl.ftiSeJ; Whiskey. ing such owner or owners or their agent or agents to For Sale. Tea . . . 2n.iOO(, Ibs. per Ib. -n7"Enowoftvrto Capitafh-ts and others, having New
J5t! r ik.: Jqst receivcdfrom YOSJUZ% OrZs
25 -ffuct the removal of such Slaves therefrom within lofli-e.! . . . 10(100< Ibs. per Ib.Kir VV to invest. f75,0
25r4I'int. : .. len days from the date of such notice; and if njvnprrMif TRACT of land, the property r.f F.-tatc of J.hn, -. . ... ... 200 000 Ibs. per Ib.blases hundred money dollar's each iwued by the Tallahassee Rail 7P.ERFJNE and Extra FaalK .-oir I. j tip

z. 'Syrup. ..- of fueh notice it chall also be made to appear .1- 1 William: *, called T.'Jiioki.itu ted < !! Il.dilaxRier. ; \ ] ... . 20.1)10(1 gals.. .pereal. Road CVnpany having twenty years to run, bearing .J Brnwn.powd* and CroLeu, Scgar. j a
5 -.I-rM' in Orange Co., about ftO miles South-west (run, .. .. 4 f 000 bu-h. ba h. Semi li*
that any |>erson having the control t>f FU h Slaves [Jeans . [Ct seven per cent per annum interest, payable annually Rio and Java Coffee- .p ; .:- ,. ''f
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5 the City i.f:3L Augustiue. The said tr.iot contain ,. . . 20.000 and at the ., ; *
t; hall refuse to remove them or suffer them to continue Vinegar gals..per gal. on the first days Jauuary July, Butter and Soda Cp.c.rs, -
5 Tyi I $ _Supr. .. in the use and oeenpancy of any lotorlotsasaforefaid. 810 I I acre*, more or lost and i is well adapted for the Diied apjUes . 50.000 II*. .per lb. Bank of the Republic. Kew. York. Cider and White Wine Vinep. .
B'ixeStar Cans. -
5 Culture of the Sugar Cauc. For fenns applv to Pickle . . .. 1SO.DOO Ib Ib. their Road with 1
filch) prsnn Mmll be liable to pay a fine of f I 10. ? ?- -per The Company are re laying i Starch, Soap aud.itiee. -
F'r ae 39a156..by' --1 1C R. II.. BERRY. for every tn uth suCh Slave or Slaves are allowed or ALHERT E.: HERTZ.Palatka The r'iantiti: B of any or all maybe increased or rail weighing sixty pounds per yard and light wood Rough and Ready and Fif..1.Andeieons .. I
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: Apnl suffered to be nod continue in the occupancy of any April 12, 1S56. 15-St 'iminifhfld! us the service may hereafter. require. The Crow lies, many of them show inij a face of fifteen ii- Fine cut chewing

TOLI GROWERS. lot or lots coiitrnry to the provisions of this Ordinance j Late Arrivals of en>itr ets will therefore l I.e made not for specific quantity cites, placed two feet from outside to outride. When Superfine Black and Green Tea*. 4 j.

SEC. 5. All Ordinnuceii and parts of Ordinance? but f-.r Mich quantities: as the service may re- completed this Road will challenge comp.risoriwith: S'.utbFlo,Ua Arrow Root. 11.1:1
FLORIDA .AND GEORGIA. !' t .l.__ I.l.__ l_ .> t_. United States. i
thO GtUtiue
the of this
ei>iifl -<-ting with provirii'tia are hereby repealed. SFKhMiAM) SUJUMKK lUOI)5s.) 1 <|iire: to i>e neiivcren' ui iiKweiiHiyynnis I CrJrCLiVtI V- any structure of thejiiud >< Flavoring extract. AS
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FACioilY. "i. ri. !> If.. fl.al.-.jtcr. .. t-uflra. .. war1 Pickle. dried
in want of wool.Vonll !. | Contr.ictor nut residing at the places where (Telv.! tie UUKltlPEI- Ol me ivi'ui i i nit '--< Apple. '
A TeL; ife Itrxtraclu.g Tasted in Counci. April 14ih. 1853iK. BY the latent i livid* from New York I Jim reeivin cries are required tilfiat esfabli! ftjjencies nt such pa-! rants the belief that the Company will be able to pay Burning FluiJ. It

\ HfV th>: /r* far and &ear El'l'ES. InlcmlanLAff ;' fi ?
T MiJ t r'Tjnst-tiftcre* IiePe. t -st-CKAILLFS IltTcnissox. Cici k. coinp\tc acooitinent of merchnndiz! of .-vf-iy doscrij. !lie t lequiie I : atid wKn a contractor fails promptly to I i struct the Ilnad. and a dividend of ciaht per cent to

If free/i OKI
'Tii1hirJs1in| i *atf fl. flVt.1 a flath, enume.rtf: in part I'roviMniis' and Clothm! jihsll b1 nuiiiii/ed! to direct creation of n sijiking Fund sufScieot to pay off these *- Shovel.Naila. :. t

< Jl nlii-t Ixl.M i* J" e.clrrc. "Small Stores Candles/ &c.183e57. Plain a..m.V. Dre.-sei. Rbr Summer Mmtilla*. pnrelnec lobe tony to supply tlf deficiency, nn 'erthe j Bonds at maturity. Spades, steel Rakes andt* l Fork.
Stub
Collais. filove*. llo-i.- I Ps.rasols, R..nhu-t Enibroi i i.ieri.F Road and twiit shot.Gus,. -
: Rail Company
\ Cut.i r.:sp an 1 FMing* (spun. ry ) p"'ia'.tv to he expressed in the contract ; the rdeord i The Georgia and Penncola .- 't.
Tiiminiiigs. Sheeting, etc., etc. ; C'lotLui! of .. ? thereof ati tie contractors on very favorable' -ALSO-7 ,"
oje# liuy, .t'iioe CHifipclt.A every d--cription fur Gentleni'-n nnd I IJoy*. I II it=. i 'lie !R if.-in i'f Pi"-xiri.>?'.' alI I i'othnr.! : or at u itliT rf 1 teruia, the grading of sixty mile of their Rr; d, and An assortment of TJeafy HetfowwiHK.i 111*

lit ifprkv l.ere tre n !d. IAVT DLrAir3ET. 1 B ".:.1. SJI.h(F. C.iete., .. etc.; Gr.rn .*<" I lui.oh u JIM-, [ 'it- imvy i.TuiS nf irc ai I. siall be eti I It-nce that such) it is eonSJeully beiksved the work w.H Tje pushed for- *" mdenare; ir, Ac. im
Bureau ol TiovUiunsapd Cloihin. J- Apple Brandies. Ol-l I'ort. Ma !c.ra. huerry. Lilmon made! and | and must bring to the For saLt ,
i-n.I ti > 'fan an uarly compleli'iD. by 0. & J. MGW1IU. .- :
TI d. i) rist* .f .Sjihr, April 12, Ib56. ) :and Ctmnip.ijrne Burgundy atid I Iloek Wine, Cordial, I Separate offers must he rnnde for, emh: article nt T.'dlahnssec Rail Kuad a very large tubinen not notr M arch 22.1B 12t -- -:

This FACTOttT** si ill hod. t'hr Van, )ROPOSALS. scaled and endorsed O.Tcr for s.% UlS. C.mdie*, Soaw| etc.. etc.; also a general aswirtrnent I each of the aforesaid navy 'ards ; nti-I I in case more I tributary lo it. .

lu yun i.fhert ( y ( ffl anreiitc.upue. I Small Storea." or Off.-r for Citndh-s." or Offer out 1Iard are, Crockery zurl 1 Gla-s Wan-, than one nrti 'lu is cun'nin in the offer the Chief of The Bonds now offered form one half the amount to -- Rough Rice Hough Rice! .

for-Salt water S-iiip.. or Offer for jluntaid Seeil.j Chain Pumps ttc. Lc. Prices a. u tiil. verlow.. the. Bureau; will! have the rizit! to neeept one or more be jsued. and constitute by law a first lien 'upon the BU3HEL3 'f .

t ,- j IJhuk IVppt-r." .tc. ns the ca-e may; be. will he' received I would l lg of thofe. vh' hare: neglectnl to call! of the ;art'ejes einitainrd ill b'ich offer and reject the Road and its franchises. Tim interest is euarautetfd by tfl1 For .ale bNotice Rough .

Listfpjf.pVicea Terms &o. at this Bureau until 3 o'clot-k. p m., on Thurilay. --i and settle then luft \ car's nni pre\h.uus acounts not I reinr.in-liT; ,nii'J bidders whose pri>p *nl are accepted the Intern:vl! Improvement Fund of Florida. 1iireh 8lC: S&XXIGfl7. -
ISth d. y of iliynxt, for tiirtiifhu; ari'l J.-livt-r i to delay longer. .My VIoufiIbih1 not justifv ouch long j j (and noun.other,") will be foiihwith notified an-1! aias The Company Lave no other debt to embarrass their -- -14 -

The Jtnwn Suthrrn RijiLtc. Cotton and Wool ing, (mi receivinjr twTitv'd.ixs ,iuute.) nt the United j ere lits. To <-ia\ui:: ; me tu ke< p up tny owli < le.lit I atlv prp.ctii.ible a contrnct will be transmitc! 1 to finances. :

;I Factory, fiiuajyd- tyile E.* >1 f Mf>i ticell< .Jeflf--rs States navyardu: at Charfestown. M it>< rciitjs&.ttesI ; i niuv have prompt paMiients lifter tho elo C". Fi': .1a.4tT ft.7 St {;toad to AlIicHtor }iIi., js now I otherwise t am sitbjtelcd' to guest inci'ii\cnience )I cxchi'-i'-e value of these
;- Riookhn, New Yolk ; and Gospoit., Virsriiri.i. miehi j'car. to thr! Bureau within ten diy?", of the time have manife ted their appreciation of the Omcs Ii OKO. R. R. '
i fall aid surer* f-il op.Tati ii. ititpluvin the latest i I qnantiti** vnty of the f..lJu.viig .irliccexpeciinij! ( the and expeuse. I hope this appeal will not be i'i v.iiu. I! rcq-iircJ for the regular t'UtSflhSSifln: of the mall. Bonds by investing (40O&I<.K() of their fund iu them. Tallabaisee Co. -
March
t' \ W r.j 19.SW6. .
'r"'i-iiietit."fc
| itWirn'tfiittoiuiH in.tnufatuiuij; i I mlt water soap :iiid the CHiullcf, for each of which THOMAS IIAYWARD.ApiiiS. Two or more approved su-etic, in a sum equal to For terms an I any other information on the subject j'; .
JltcLincry. Hie got'l lB from thu) Mill hne thus far il.t mid contracts will be Ifc G. 14"AT the PSinvited nmount of the will to SEALED Proposals ar i hereby iovedfcr.i} ..
separate propo : maijcj: a o* respective contract*, which be desired,apply clearing -
may
the //fruhbiup and grading Yvrk New
both Jicw
nq1gt l la liiig pnce, iji |' may l iw required or ordered fiom the eonti.K :voU and)
Creit.) -GeorgiaItailJUiad
J Tt-xai". ../ i this )burtnn. the wool) & BROoisTI'UACTICAL [ he-withheld from the nmount of all S ut. tfQ.tQben
The ? ? -the folSuperior In( ices, the thief ot or by teFjuctiv coin payment on ncc > arch 22,1856.8fcWT- [ copy. frrina 18 lo 36 mcluiiv. enrbnK&iv tbe Mtire County
1 officers of the said thereof ill.iteral in addition to
inanuing iiavyard.dutinglhc )tut as security aecipe Jefferson, to bt opened on'tbfe 22(1( 'dny of April..
fi-cal yar (M,OIiI r Soth of June, 1857, tiz : GUN-MAKEBS. its perfoimance. and not in any event to l he p-id Lost or Mislaid, Controctorr will state the price at which they arm
CuUoji -jrarp. JLU 1 No a 80 crnti1U. ntneL B..XfLavingIudia rubber C rabs, coarse, ludia rub until it is in all respects complied with ; eighty per Dollar willing to undertake the work
Thousand three payable m cash, Cm .
seventy >
: ir tie bale of 40 JJuucht and ui) I berBm tablishcJ themselves pcrinanpntfj- of the amount of all aeliveiie. made M-ill he NOTE for one
Jlrusl.cs s-having HAVING centum A tv Bonds Stock of the
or
*aI!*. >. would offer their. services I I five cents ((1073,55)) signed by NcxrnanO'lchrirt Company or what part hi
>he*. srrubbiiig Comb-", fine In Jia rubierBiufhf e! they to | paid by the navy agent within thirty d.-iys after bill, fifty dat to W. E. Cash, Bond and Block.
For a ],*g qnaH.'y. ono dollar per Buncli.f' : *. ihoe) Grass fi.r hats the Citiz"ns of Fh'iida and the surrounding Statea for 1 duly authenticated shall have been presented to him. and payable! one day after from LC.CABELLPTeIdSL
Filling. tbe tame prices.i Jock knives the manufacture of D-iuble barrelled Shot Gun. Rifles Blank forma of proposals be obtained on Ki'crense! or bearer with fight per.eentintereeU, ,
Rruclief, clothe* may npplication $4. All April 5. 56. -tk 14
II 0iiftbun 4 Ib per yard, 10 cents by the bale Bettors, vest Razor*, in single eases and Pistol! hMi they warrant to ho equ.il to to the navv agent at Portsmouth, New 25th Docembei. 1854. and dated Feb. said 1855. _
navy Razors Ordwo\'a i.;'ade. AH kinds of repairing done tn a tifiit and Boston. New York Philadelphia. Baltimore perrons are cautioned against trading for knote ns -
Buttons navy" medium: simps, auy llampohire. will beiHile
: F'r a 1AtI ior&iit.. Rot coatButtons. Scii'sog workmanlilr": manner aiul without delay as all woik Washington, Norfolk, reusacola and at this lb. payment has been stopped and Application 1i2ai1a. ;
r.Ir'}1raa ij-liaUiale; fcr.br 4he bolt, 1 2 cent. I tons, imvy $ i is done at the time wi.cn prnuifoed. Our incrrnif rt-a.i. ; to have the same renewed or a cop'y established received 600 Ocxcta Sip

*"w"m wtKil *v-r> y,J* ef;-V-28 cent by tl bolt. Blacking. Iead-e\c, -boxtt '(>f roenI tll'lt r'flf, fin taiget shooting. mide: to order and A record nt.- duplicate of 'the Utter informing a bidder in lieu of tbs original JUST Brnud together with a

The *' ol cl IcpflltzDeftt u'vdtthy the mtftiti n of t warranted to nhoot with preei-i-.n frorn I 100 to 440 of the acceptance of his proposal will be deemed VVM. E. KILCREASE. p/ptre Chemical.. AJIE3.4 LIVELY-
Bt-e.vax.m 1Ih.cakcsJwe
I'LtierBurrs Sll uot ljected Ui, us they are J Cotton rpiMilii of Xoi. 12 ami 1C, 200 yards each, S yard tSf S'P; Sign ; llll Rifle. Monroe JIousc. n notification thereof within the meaning of the act of Per S. B. L*>re, Attj.fSherift's April 5, 185C. 14 -* '- .

redii'j ruuiTd ca niurliine; for the -pUrpnr.c.t1 1.01 :April I,, 1S5. -14-Cni I S tul.' aunt luis Ud will be made and acceptvd in con- Quince, March 29, J856. IS -:
s;'! huuld b|Am jhid cienaof dirt mud dried IK- conlqu.il parts with UJ'F) understanding. CodLiyerQfl.-5 ; ;
Ie tii .lirtt Ilahdkeichirf cotton, fust cnlorr. 32 1 by 40 inchef. SUPPLIES f-irmity i /. 1. Sale first 'Morday* in May. t PURE of "
it tu Fnetory. The P J 1JI NAVY the eektgaUd
.- weight not less thnu 2 oz. each, tert're i by C to Eeery oner made itItl4t ue accomprmien JB* directed FRESH Bnadj". 4.- .. ,
PatThflage (fh. oif'a of -Fl irWTLU aul f for the ismed nT the Clark t Co d EoihtanV
1jonig \: mch.Jfe in the li't of Cbngrw* ranking appropriation virtue fhf a' writ offi fa. 14* ,
Giura. KirtttV iTim exeriroeut. tlixt! *linuldlo'njr' ? 1)E1'AaT.lP.PT. approved lot 13 Aogt t. BY jCo rt. Middle For ale by AMES 4 LITXLT .
aol f *" dl *, lowing, No! 1, 2, 2f and A, ilrilleyod, between AI-T naval FeTtC icAS16--47.: Clerk' office of Leon County -
,,f *tei depeid -'..: -- Bureau ofProyisioni and-CIothiug. {.- 1816)) by n tnUcn guarantee signed by one or more Circuit of Florida wherein It-hurt Mi t hellii_ > plaintiff April 5. 1868. U .

? ,* CflLft' : it 1joe ea-1..b- RIl VH>IU tlie. bert French bjnck, 12- yard* to the piece, 1. Sfituh ] .1B6. ) respo'ntible pertoW.! & the effect lint he nr theyun and Wniiam JL Maxwell is deAdnnt. I have
Oii.
I own duot0 .M1.-.out .cnt width, 1 finch PROPOSALS willed and endorsed dertake tlmt the bidder or bidder will, if hU or their levied nprtn and shall ,xpo.e-f>r sale ntpnbho outcry,- O1iC -
SEPARATE
-. :. I1 ttJ.. $t ctatt.DtIOD _Sonp:;, *lta ing. in fake; each cnke:- not lets- thnn 2 ozBtik fi'r NavfkSttpplres," w'.ll heat reueivud bkl be tfpUdfilter fofo w% ob'ijpition! within five before the O>' rt-lou9% door in the city of Tallahassee.u.n ABUPERIOi.artiol.cei fir Tabl, tAM .,. j

...ewln?. IJue-bUtk ; wrapper not to exceed oz, thi Bureau nVtil 3 o't-lfH.'k. A. M. uiri i Saturday the day* with good i ad pnfficient furetien. to' furnish tlieuppife the fir t Mon-Ur of May Beit, wi bin letral honr ES A

> Jor 1Wb raAiu-,5 ecjifa pu lo tb* pound 19th day wf April next for (funiULing. .in1 1 doTirerinon pofPOoeL The burenn will not be ohlientedt the foll.iirinff described prt>p rtyto wit; The E of April 5. 2856. 14 -

Pa,. .. Sping io I'brI.) > Ui-k and white.Marshall't beat quality ( reeiilvsng ten.! dflyb' notice, except for biwuir, for oniri-Ter: ant prntaal| UIIM! accompanied. by the the N E i Section Towmhip 1. Range 1. S and '

T oigII.4 tter ft is cardett TapCj wliitelinen.{ 4 yards in.length, I inch widTux' which five day*' notice shall!! l be KiVen f-T every t-wvn guarantee r.qWh 1w law-. jj,8, .competency of the E. Levied upon as the property of said defendant EInwei'ta ;, '
-, Io fv thousand pound* required) at the United States tnI vti&d bythe flgeut district writ i ffl fa. according
black, twilled Cotton, $ raid* in length, i inch narrhtre nnvy aiidtob .oldtoaa.tiify.ntd LAW E assortment ofPowyj ara, Ttr oo. 8te *-.
%pg, jp 15 &tfptfpar4 .43oer31i1l4nrrdsldt iiu4 V-vi-h .* .. vy-yanU, at Charfestown. Jlassachimetts ; Bn oklyji! att'w'. r eofl.etnrof theI'.TIi. eu tom. ,0lnw. H.T. BLOCKER Sheriff. A. % 3tuVreceired and for sale by
wa New York nmj Gi p-irt Viqfini.i, nut-h quantities. attn1in of bidden f* fliiljtd to the am- 18-58. 18 -
.1 March 29.
'*' (M E3 t.tv2 tl 1 Ve( UiiB't*$hr.Wkj; init4es,84Onnd 0-10 diameter; AMES<YELT.
V a i > Iv of the folliM ing Articles as tmw. t be reqnired ororfered" pleVlmd 'deMnptJ"; .f artleles TeqnhIft4. as. jt> the in -
ztiIThB-J1K11I! ; } >w 3M" *i n :il i- .-- ? iL- :- .-. -_ ,.L. X* '* *" April 5. -
'"ea t metiMr ir rT flon.; a jit but rigfT mparl.oi rill! Dr. Wnx. J. Carroll sS I85&I_ -
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7 . pfl-w 'U Lime Tor.6vlv
_.-.. p6thL.i. : duriig tb. scat l eudipg June 30 contfleY-f iTinnoi\e4li fap w0w| ttepj andtheirnttni.iu'd ptNAER his prnfe.ai .errieea to the Citizen ,
., &bii S tenta. ...i e ;* must V c"tn nuf eJutfd'' .fromUfcUM eo.i-nqt nayy-vardi, year and > ; of *
ap th&.b Ki'm'afe3 .' white 'l6.viz: ?an partjetiJurfynif-'ded tn tie joint JL of.Wa ecnariamrsTirronadingcotnmunity. Office Q A BBLS.! HUE fur Sal* .
bD: of i'4Kility'-< whiskev. t '..fToe. rice and to the act of the of Mr. W. T. Carpenter new buiWin OU*. by & .
*" "d be delivered Fbiin-t bwcnit. ; !IIIr. n. mo- re.olution of 27t!. Iirch, S51, in trout room
,wr4ter o** ; on sixty days' no- 15-ft .
hipapa, vinegar pickles, beans and diied apph-n. I4AMareh Arill2lSbt A1t11101e6. .
ct.utfrt1W i.gi i._. in irood atranj; boXM of about 76 pounds ench, 10th Aws'wt -: -- 4T
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d&pr:1: ,, 1$4, i.iss IDJ, kftor inspectigq, tlie box** roust be h'vijx'ij a: The fl ur sluJl be supurtiotj, md of the tuficture 21 1i6 -

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: L.4Jl'l3 Come,. J'One !-Come. All.! !i TO THE PUBLIC. !I !THOMAS( WHITE V Notice to ConraotbraeV L cbtJr'. Impro't'ed. 'Pr tft'ar

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STAn For' ra Iiqttmn.; frV Imnft
Orncx er E.tonnrii: BccyArirrA.: ) i iOXJUtOXtflLL 'i ,
that in
D DO CERTIFY :
CELEBRATED 4 mniinc DA C. Xl'lLRON'S large nml the 1854.1 visited
YI year t \ .lI&tn
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P.q.MvJoitia HI\"O, Eu, > r 8ta.
V I V vroll "elpclcd ( IJIKHiwirrbn! ..1 I by binv Dr. W. Mne1")'" Infirmary at Griffin Oa. w the MANUFACTURER Copper and Shiest Iron it-onsT 2l> IDAS. ) Eutless;WiM& 4
YEJIMIFUGEs "rlf.orf ins""f ('lh.f the rtti'ilie* iif life, but; nl*, piirpoM .f.hlaini\\C relief of a very painful and ditrewiiuj *- i in all kind of Plain and FMIL m,

tlioo* article! mbpfi-d to pWtall.' m)l otilyqnnlity in CA>CCR of tie IIOM ami .y... Mr noa WM ty Tin W lIr"f"k" pletwnr in infiwminjf the i-lizeiw:! S ALJD PROPOSALS U reoeired atb. ALL VKM or UD o mi'M Mirtr crtm '0' It t*
.\ J' .1 all U.f. I yiCttt'tl.th. surnxindiniroHinlrv that h U Ofliw until thf 20th day of August. 1MB. furnnMincting 60 cam. pp OALIO.T.
; f'-ii ph'1, but m r>"(*( !' 11ii; 'turk i!not onIv entirely piie re D< et.>r. besides Taluibusne* and th .
ILEVES2 PJiiLjf r. 'lan.-o. )hut' ne'rotel I psrtir'ilurly for the FI"rH mar a very deep nlceratioii on my cheek ant I abnnt HITeye. now prepared to wait un all that wWi tn patronize; Canal Vith its ni.ceunry appndaicce.uth AN: OUTLAY flS will!nrmVJy th.aP.nl"'_'

: kftr. Tvliicli lip frt'ls n. .l If xvill lie 11.1. .ll n. I a'n happy and nn>ud to say that Dr. Mosely him ill hit line of business. He alan tenders his thanks a' Lift Locks, Juard Locks. Basins. 4<% from >Tfrtinff WLUiey'k'nd#i j Into Ik..It. .

'l'wo o tlie I>cct Preparations ortic Ace. : '.\, iH>t onlv f.r c,11 and the ."f th.otujntry did relieve in*. and bad it not l len for my hav ,i!! txp" < to his friends, and tie! piddle generally f.r the verv Lake Hurocy on the St. Ji-I.ns. to Indian Ttisr a di. Vinegar in SO hours at a cost of two to Or,,'.
pr.I. xvit'i: bin' : t. extreme colil. had ) liberal with which he herefofuro lx>enfnvocd tancc of thirteen miles 3.410 1 feet ; anthorued by the '
but ill?" to lli") p wl.) biv. I Illm : !e myce'f -very : 'IIt1'r. I patronage p" .
do h believe that I would' h"clllo : that continuation of the General Assembly of the State of Florida at its : vu.1. for. _.Li .
: f r All th, e Trisnins; to rnrcba we would have return of the : and) In' )hopes a simian. 'I'M titnrr Ibis .
.aN.
They arc not. recommended advi p Ti, call nn-l re? the, ppiendid0n die"!,. I visited the Di.ct..r a second tinm and he will be 'rMoh..1 him. sion of 1834-5. by An Act entitled An Art provide Wiut ef Whiskey t.t'ht.h",

<-p. Cl-etic. Itill Pl-ii l nn I striped relieved: ( me njjiin and so far a* the vMint1l1 teports He will cf n t I.lllth' keep on hind full vipply fall for and) eno'iimc* a Liberal System of laUrnal 1mprll'.tlwot" they are filled, for the 'I. of laakior' Vloenf

as Universal 8-MJ; nn-1 Plaid Tlmcvb-*. about the Doctor's i-jnriiijf ('r tiiUntr to relieve me. sorts of Ware usually. kept in p.n atabli.-lunent of his in this State. can be found in any Af the 1'rsts America. '

nro de Rhines nn J Black Sdkt of all prices and thcv are positively fah>". As reipirdg Dr. M' 5>elt.y'* 'line of IIII*iOl"!. A full assortment Sheet Iron. Proposals will specify the amount fr which the Persons without thi ttlgVrttTnowledgt of Uite .

Cure-alls but simply for qualities skill in the Treatment of C"'lc'r. I know of no Physician Sheet Lead ; Lad Pipea; Sheet Zinc Cistern Pump. work will be done, the mode and manner in which ;inrM art led imprt ptibly Into'tb proem of nun**

Black and colored Velreta.S. in th. wurll ihat I wn'ild wiouer rely nn than and a great many other articles too numerous to men payments are to be made,whet her in lands or moneys (future, which ia by uo mean eompheatrd.

what thcir name ..lid nn'l 1 plsi.1 C-ndvuerc snd Meriaoci, him. As a SURfl KOXand PH S1C1AN.he i* equal tion. or portions of each. Maps Profile and estimates Tin work i ill to be 6 md at Nn. 80 Camp Hmt.

pur- Solid pl ill. and figured Delaines.Embniderel. to unv in the Si/nthern States ; and I am happy t. TO BUILDERS. be seen at thin (office and any inf.rmationobtahed bj 'and at the book .tnr*>. N. 48 St. Churl, street

plaiJ and black Alpaccas' nay that 1 found him to be n (perfect gentleman nnd Tin Roofine. Guttering. Copper and Tin Conducting addressing the undersigned at"Orange Mill Post Of te the St. Charlea n t.l Price f: per eopv. ept-Thi

ports.The Black Bombnzineti, Philanthropist and II.h.i"e all persons afflicted l with Pipes ttc.. all of which he promises to do in the most fice. St. John's River Florida Proposals. will also amount (two dollar) can be pent per mail j ia g.

VERMIFUGE for Spanish nnl M.b.itr Debnitre Cancer to visit the DOCTOR n. ,oon n" p*sib!.. and work-mnn like manner mind M\lc, timid .f the best m" l he receivctl for constructing a Rail R ad over the nnd the work 't'ntfOr return mail purefcarrr mutt eheloM

Ijidipn black and col'Te-1 Itnlinn cloak dotbt have their health rentnreil. RANSOM COO PElt term,!. on shortest notice and most rcnsonible terms same ground. F. L. DANCY. 20 cent in stamp to pre pay and Beciat.tr &e

Black) ant 1 colored ant silk Talmas, Rome. August SOth. 1855. Having turn engaged for the 'last eight years in State Eogiueer. State of Florida. Book. Address

expelling Worms from En liMi ;pluMied Talmas. m111'. Ransom C H>jvr i"jied the above in my ; business nt this place he think it unnecessary to re- August ?!, .1855Leon 36-1, HENRY WALTER 4 CO. PnMidm.

the human Dotted and I embroidered 'lace Viils, preneuce. THOMAS PERRY, POll Muter. Mininend, ) hi-nf>elf any further to the pnbl'c as regardshis : Iron Works K.w Orleanc, La.
system, has Solid! pluid nnd figured Bareges Rome August SOUvl855.AuTuI capabilities n* n merhnmV. hut at the same time h* County .pgT The ,reat value of (this work h. been *ofl':

aho B'aok n.1 1 colored) Shail-ys, n?,nrc8 all that favor him with a call good work And TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. riently proved by its adoption a* a text bonk bv tbe

been administered Welch Silk and emze Flannels, Case of Cancer Cured. cheap prices.Irving THIS Establishment is now in full operation. Al) nrio liquor manufacturer of tbe eityof Nrw'Verk.RECOMMENDATIONS .

with Red and yellow Flannels. THIS i i. to certify that Col. S. H. Ilnrri. <.{ Crawford lemoved from tin old stand formerly knownn will be attended withpromptnesssnd OFTBE PRESS.
the most satisfactoryresults Open Flnnnela of all color White Slus he will Ito found hi, stand all work done with and dispatch.All
county, ratne'to me in tIle y.ir; I 1851 I. with a Can. !pr. at corner neatness i This work will be found to supply the dealer I ia
English and Erenob embn idered band, : c..r..n his chin of fourteeneara landing the chin- of 200) fiH.t street, where he will l he elnd to wait kind' of work such as Steam Work Mill Work, winr. vinegar .h. wilL U-

to various animals Lnoe anI 1 linen ('. Hnndkorchiefs.) I bone nnd s.ilival! glands h.td nil Ix-c-oinc very much on all his fiiends.! THOMAS WllITE.n. flin Oearinsr. Sugar Mill. Circular Saw Machinery. I: qUflre.amid all the varied and intricate a tlx.roojh t tWra 4uide

Emb'd CtJl-irf. TIm: lkerchiefi an.l Un.lpr81ee\"C'l'.1 diseased and his. coiiHtitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris I 1855 48 Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers. Plough Casting Brass himi bu iiKis.--: O. Pitayune. proeeMea ef

subject to Worms. Kuibroi lered Chpm"i ..ttp and C.lllnrttte., bin I been under I lie treatment of many: tiiiiiienipliy ._--- (Catting &c.: ; also.' Sugar Kettles of any tire kept It were a work ,(snpercregatjn to
Blue bnm-n mvl Veil Bareges, H 1)3. BACON, sm-h etabirh! praise a look
green .iciaiiii. And amfllIig thi-m was the great Dr. I 10 constantly on hand. All work done in of Mon LacourV ,ritii Tile
Sheprd.
>e. volnnr.e
The LIVER PILLS for Black love Veil \ of Cliii'lcftoii. and alco. the n-lfbrateil Dr. M'urhall. .1 Shoulder*. meat will be done by no. with a particular regard to rerunrkaUe f.r its compjetme sod the brfwr* wig
Thread. Cotton and Linen Lncef 2" Plain, Hum. the Mid duiubility of lie work. exaet rr cidirection :-
of Mncou. who
treated strength
his
: case twir,' uithout mat! which it
give Old
Cambric aul 1 Swi-w cdjinTa and losertiajs, 10 bbl.! Mess Pork in store anti for sale bv. in readiness IItlnnfathlfttl1tiU
the Woikmeu
of the diei.i always toput
cure LIVER COMPLAINT removing "( lie finally went t.. Dr. Marshall Competent upEn2in. rind all of the old rm.de entirely) supertede The
Bobinet nnd Mantilla Lace HOPKINS & MEOINNISS.DPC. .
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he informed the .. tc.
as me. third time, and he tlf the old formulaa
Colored Mernw.*, 1"I'U8 1. I $5;. 48 mind nil work done for use would appear a*, tke "iIe. .
will be liberal strictly
Terms
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS ed" to do nnyil.ing) m' n: for him. SIHUI after (lint .time f;.lly' t iu the presence of the nw onet (
Curtain nnd --- -- -- Bf gttted (ill
Dre C.ilicoeo.KmUro --
,
'ji iIClfl.f orders business firm in this
Mr. Harris ) Ihe wOII.lt.rflll l cash or accepted on some
many c mmy.'I (that I 1iiIiiI'i. Rounds. (this work. One of the principal hje.taapp..rh
: dered I, K-O Cnrtn in.. had made, and visited place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper aud
at Griffin
lilt. last
SICK HEADACHE as n "t' "rt to avoid a* far a* JX.* bl. Ute use of
"'lailf.. t.1.' C"k in 1 slate ho,K ry, I commenced co'ored straw Bonnets. Brats. apptratw *rpensive
treating his ra t'. arid in FIX wei-ks the LADIES to the
"x (
pent.arPIiut.e.r
) .
White and black silk hlit'rJ.J'I.Ji..s C.mcer sill cnh-rcu straw triuimed Bonnets All letters must bo addressed (post paid) to ny kio4 k
wa.! removed and tin MHO Ill'ar1)'I"II"II., the manufacture of le.
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&c. liquor JV>
anti C ntA blnok and col'd Kid Glove, J'Jin"! J. M. ShINE Tallahassee Fla. w Yk j,,"
Thin
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case was seen and witnessed by II ore than five ., Tlii volume ewntaine tbe art of
prrpirinf aa4
Mimes colored" Kid I ( InveJII.I..t.li. bl.-ick putinir -
hundred persons. I have the L'uiirer in March 11,1851.1 10 the whole' list
Purchasers! please ." and) G riU buck and KM] Gauntlrts, now mv pm- white satin and ilk up JriiAaUee.. from ark&eup
i>e tion. and any peroon can ace it l".\ c.dlini, at of '- .f Otnrd itt the
October 13. 1855. 41 ; mv. black (extni'izi-) Most Approved CoIUilf; in U .e- Dupuy. vmt:(r. of J7 5. to wnVpI
See in in Griffin.
Thin
caswas witiwscd by ud economical nl
be to ask for I Children and ili-s"s slinw ? manner miking rider without apple
particular THOMAS JO.VIX; : uf Orifllc.Ir. .. 1 AA OF the moat approved LAMER CORN .. by ferm ntAtic'n. A friend !bill applied tile
Notice.SIX ) J. I 1. MARTINT.E. I II IT'It". I'/U ILLS f'r sale by the Subscriber. Thee re
:i for 23
Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated For sale by DAVID (. WILSOX. |'e convtrtini; gallons of whisk. inte 40 gal>
mmitbo n'tor the fir.t ]mbjc.iti: 'nnf this! notice. \V. WILSON"I Mill[ have been for tome time in lire through this re Ion with the most satisfactory remit Ta

tin lt.rine.I. ndoiiiiiiitrator of the tftnte, ol l". CR! ENS HAW, October J 13. 1855. 41 gin awl lower part of Georgia, and give perfect pat quality doss not posif u* kn equal amount of uitoxic latter,

VERMIFUGE andS Li'wii* II Branch. .1'c"IIIaL will prFontlh -ir accoiint, I do certify, that myself. an 1 m.iny others of thi For Sale. infliction grinding with eaie -10 l-ushels und tile rise lug' J'pc.'ri"l to the former though tbe 40 pllonea *

'111.1 voiiclu-ro to tl.- -In'lue; of '.. it.i nf l IA'On C''unty place were eye wit >e"t.s to the nh);ive fctatcil! case, in the day. viithen: \ than the ordinary gum power applied a* of a much finer color, tatte, aud odor._.JVtv Yoik
LIVER PILLS prepared by an 1 I".k t.. be iliacharged fron their adninelration! and that Mr. Harris I left perfectly well.A. t f\f\ BUSHELS of pure Sen Mnnd' Cotton Seed to if. The maker furnih-s a hnnd' ) to put it up : Mtthanif.
H. I UU bv S. 8. KNIG 111'. and w.irruntei! to give satisfaction.$ 1
< sii.l estate. II ATT OX. everyne perfect This; mush talked of book i i. at band. It rootaJM j

Gc- \\ {( jopi: DR\XCn. ) .>amr- .. GriffiiY May, 14, 1S52.Athlictcd Feb. in. 1850. 7 Call and! examine them at D. LADD'S. mAIl of information that i il perfectly a toni.hiof, aaeT I I]
It'lUJ..CI JAMES II. BRANCH f Apiil 21. 1855. 16 could have.been
Just only acquired from actual Clb..t&i ". '
Doc 21. 18:.'. f 2 Co To .the .of nil Conditions. Received. MILES NASH & CO. If you ,[.h to lee ingenuity applied. look in. eoref.

J do tint I BBL3. vellow Iiish! I'otaloeFnr sue byS. Lacour on Liquor. Practicality to )uav.b.es
certify : was most horribly' afflicted witha 20 appear :
SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh Notice.O ; Cancer nil my upper lip which caused me pnin in S. KNIGHT.Feb. [ Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. the design of th- author. Xo delay are nre *Mry t. '

fX mnnth nr date will cur neominttO lfcribal! > Aftt-r In ill! the skill vf nil the mostemiiitiit 1C. 1850 7 aceiUm the reult of an application eta reeipe.-
Pa. end take :.r rp present i.si'recrivel: from New York per burk R. II. Gamb'e. -
We from aetoal
no an 1 voucher* to the n"". .Iu l le of Pr La'e <.1! Pli\ciri.ins' that I could lic'ir of, nn I that -Bacon &c. f J : a general nssoitment of article-. in our line, speak flbtof'rtktwu.-Pl.iI. 10"".

other there I H-rniit'-n: Cvnll, !" f.r t\ fin il prttli-ment of ;'n.-t ,titti; without! relief. I gave up my tasIs!,: hopeless, and. a. Bagging such as Oils of almost kind. Burning Flu. Tbi_* work will revolutionize the 1".011.,1.- i- of.
as are various I thought. with dath ; received l.itrst arrival from New every manufacturing liqnorr.-N,w Y rlc II void.Lacour's
.f.fD.t\I Mout.. lute of s.iiil' county, defeated, and as>k ytarini' me ui I lie f ce. JJut fortun.U'y TUST per Ot.f V White Lead Zinc and other paint; Window Glass of
for I heardf Dr.V.. nnd Now York the articles which book for in tructiii in the' art of
me. R. following naiiof
to be dici.irgcJ! asuJiumi-tntur*. )1"o.r"\11! great beet 1'uttv. RrUi-he piitnih. Si.!la. SpaiklingMatinLondon .
qualry.
other .
preparations now EDWIN F. WREDKELIZAUEI'II 'ic: > OSH m the tieatmciit of llii-t disease, :itud ;;:11 II lastrts.'rL they '..Iferit the lowest cash prices : ( } lm'lltr'r'rt much Brandy ) and bottling effervi ciitC| temjieiei'C Ieverngre, Hquorf. -

MOAT, I 1'1.11'111..111I1,1..1' his treatment,. and, in one l 15 \Vk Bacon, I lu m Males' Bmcrmng.i ( li..ml1 (very best itinrs, and pure vinejmr frr the table, boold b.

before the public, purporting A luiiuutrntor*. :nontli from the time he eommeiied. I w.is '(.cell v :2'i) Bl.li. Flour, 15 P*. Sea Mand[ ,) do. Inks-r 1I\t', ( uitmiuie.purNisrs.iVruvi.in| Sr-i]ark.! ''. Fluid IVpper.Extract Lenmn Syrup.Biicho.ite in the hand of ever, housekeeper in the Country.
and have been : CoiU It111 BMs.) Whi. Thc lit Lti fOllltJ.r.) would give
March 1.1 S5: G. 9-Cm "sound so ever since." SO ; kev.jnO copy out render
te_ uinl! H general as 'rtmeitt of Popular PatentMedie.mies.
to be Vermifuge! ELIZABETH JINKS. II*. Twine, 10 Bbls. Mess I I'urk, this morning' some of tbe mot valuable reiipe tbxt
We it
) ni>ne but the best and
Sale. Butts County Ga., May 27, me. 50 Kojja Nail b. [ 'j very ever appeared in print. How so much inclination caD
and Liver Pills. All Town Property for RICHARDSON WIIITAKER.Newport. hope to merit .your patronnge. l I.e givrii fur two dolhirci the mist a'tntiuLiog fratve
| >d off'rsnt sale 'he follow MILES NASH, Jt CO. cUlllIl'ctetlwilb the book.
un-.Tii.jiif private Horrible Octnber :i. 1803. 43 -JV'w Yvik T.rm.
ethers TMIE: described rrop.-itv. kiMivn, :1*lilt J'.\ i if Ij"t.!. Cast of (::mroCnrrtl, __ .. h_ .. ___. Mareh 29. 1856. 18 LACOCK ox Li .rca.-flis I is the most ecropTete

I:''I, in comparison viz : L-tnN'.w. :$L ?.">. :-27. :J".4S. 14'< HI. 142. H3. BI I Di.! W. R. \W El.I-Y. M. D. Ii CIWIl'f'1'j-It: 1 In mil ton Circuit Court. work on the manufacture of liquors tlat we ever met

: I H4. 22 with Willis:! W. Bmk,
Dr. McI/ANs's, arc : .MO. 5n.) 2.-:. 2.V.:t 251. 250. 257. 25S. 268, sd.' with C.'I'I'I.r on mv L'il'; ::n I (Chin. I tr jed -all the f.'. Complainant: .0. 00 BEEF HIDES Wanted fur which the making every variety of liquor*.vine*ecrdi ltI.l. Litter,

in the original: : plan ,.f tineily .,T.tlInbaMee. ..lIwrJi... I c '11111..11'! I l .'m. )Imt loiiml mIs, iehit-f! : I Iliudl v John V. Stfhor. r.nd L. rkin, McTyer. and El'zaPiKher. highest pr.cc wit be pn tJ. Also Deer syrups vinegar. Ac. ,Tli* work iA published by subscription
worthless. -ALSO- heard of Dr. \. R. M ,,ht'\ V si I"at ":11':0i.iii tinrreatnifiit and Otter skill. DAVID C. WILSONTalliiha ; the subseriheis i aru iealrra and! imporerofliquois
.1 .1 i"i I Pil.-h.T.: I Thomas' ; I'ilehmer.V II lain Pit
< f Cancer aflfrlii'ii,, ami & mber 29. 1855. 39 in this
vi'ittd see. Sept
The I Lits No?. I. 2, 3, .1.i.i C, 7, in S. Coun'y.qr. him at 'h..r. nnd, Nat I.imieiVitksr.: hi-irs ut law of James "ityTJts alor.c wou'd speak more m
GENUINE McLanc's IrifTiM. and in tlc, (-oij.-e: ..f six \\ < ekshehnl: I the Cancer PiVher! deecased, V..f'wl.litz. t.ivor of the reliability of the work lLan euuld La otli-
-A L s 0- all removed., would advice all t that are alllitd XT CLARKE wise taid.-JV": 0. ltit*.

Vermifuge and L-t< X.,!. 4. 12. 13. 15. 1C. 22. 23. SO. 40, 48. Cl) "ith the (li":1! '. to \ iit him. and hive their )iemhthir.t.rm.J : TIT apjip.-jiing np'n atli-l.ivit to I the citisf.iction of the March 1. 1856. 9CmQuit "

Li.cr' t OX in the South \ C"iinty rjinrlir.Tlie : !. 1 He i j. I bc\i.ini_ I ;il!I kind of .doubt the must Court tint: t the di faa,hamte." K.'iz-i!' : pdeher. John Pd! MERCHANT TAILOR,

Pills can now be tai iilftvvdt-.wilK-1 prijH'ity' formerly' belonged kiifiil: Cancer doctor j in, the, Smiihi-in Siat; K.Cherkef elmer, \V iiliai, Pi'eluT., and Nathaiiel: : Wicker, I.eird at DEALER ix It 1VY MADE CI.OTIIINO A:DGEMXKSIEN'S Drinking Poisonous Liquors I
: t<> Onv. Brn\vi. Forfnthor iur..rmalj"l1 and term, CEMAXL'EL< : DpMIXGAS.RKhEHESCFs Law of .lame: i Pilvhrr.: tlecea wl. r"Ei.lt beyond the LACOUR'S PATENT IMPROVED PROCI13

whk-h will Iw !hbcinl.! npp'y tu A. Peny Amiiker. Esq., -Dr. J. I D. Mariio., u I iiim! ,. (;:1. ; Dr.) J. jurisdiction' of this Ct-r.rt.ty wit i in the state of Geor. ; FVKMSIIING GOODS. Fur all kinds of
respectable making
Drug Attorney, at Law Tallidii: !-tv.CHARLES. V. M. PiH-ket llaiiis county, Texas ; Grcer Bishop, g ii.: NT OW receiving at the well known eld stand formerly -
P. MAXNI.VG.Until ( (Giifllii; Ga.Sciriiui. It U onlt'rpIIa'lt the said defeiid.intionpponrnnd' occupied by Clark Stillman. a general Liquors nnd Vim-gar,

sol.]. the alxnv jiropt-rtv will bu for rnit. answer the 1't ii.I I ',111. on "I' before the first M"n lay assortment of Superior Ready 31ae CItthiug. Furnith- INSTANTLY, by tie use of Laeour Essential

FLEMINGBRO'S A. P'EIIIIY AMAKEH.Ftbruniy CrrasJ in J tilt' IIt.XI. elo the. .ime will!I be taken Pro C,'ii' lug Good Clo'li". Ci. aimcre8, Yestings, &c., eomp -
: 1C, I 1S5G. 7-tf! ('n" bo Cnrcd.LETTHEITBLICRKAD r.."..,'' 1'r.\ id..1! thi-. ord I' ,11.d! I be published, Ill some
GO WOOD ST., PITTS2URGIJPA. New'p-iptr: within' ll.i* Cin'iiitii''e a week for the pe- Fine Black I)rpl s Fnx-k Coat ical Labrrat'-ry ((pariah ".f JrliVrsoii) Pierre Laceur.

r ': I Notice. I Is mercy t.> ilie af1i';t.l .Tidtl.fijr,I ::iiii.(1 onnil, high4ipmi'iii liod of finrhi.imtIi.- \\n for to ':ii-l I Ii e.J. muck and Cold Single! Breasted Frock and I! Author i4 urVChemcdl: A 11\. sLi. Latour's Clii a.

Sole Proprietors. I I er.tertai'if I IlV; MOSJILIIY) :; ; H Surgeon .1.V Y LEo B\KER.I Judge. Bcipincs Coats I, ical AJanipui3tionrl.acr! ou ibm ilaLUfutlnre. ef Liquor .
4 I.L rl'f5' I.* ''"lTit'! ii'n* n:;.iin't the c"t:1'Ip. >frj and I'hysicim.: I 'l -eiii i irTdut! \ t. mmmtnhii'n' the caseif Mi'chell and Slew art, Solkitoisfi! : r Complaiuaiit.Fcbrtinrv Fiinv (Cii'sinifre do. do. do I I *. &c.LACOURS.

SCOVIL.tMEAU.N" tli lite Ctl'". Tlion:s Jleyii'iM deceased laf my wife. hpi.j" at I the s.m.e I lime that all eras, :. J 18:>o. 5 Black; ; and Colored Cloth Overcoats, OIL OF COGNAC converts ntubal
111. Cinrt.'i St. N.-W ( Or1e.in '
: Lt1' II C uiit\ nr> btri-bv' n .
pr .illlilarhnlllil ted may' InUticfittril bv it. In, the -- |Ja-k! Dovskin P &Tit". spirit to a supeiii imitation 4,f Imp -rtd Brawfi...
Go"* : Wh-.l. mJ) f-r the States -tJ. nGtDI'LnID.r.
: > .ixent 'ltll'rl totkli'iRt t'lv' ; in, K-iri'iii'd! }:Ix,' tirtt put of f i hit yeai.' nu' ".jf..lla.1 several nmalllumHt4i 1o'JlnC"y and Col'd CaMim-re Pant., viz : Ornrd Saizerac. Marttt. C .. ?
'jjni Pi-ultney. S..iJ
nil uriM be.:sd.bs'L.I > -5e-1. I.'V !law tir tliin !,()tit <- il! l be h'' .*.I..1! in birf t ihfi: | -.- '
orers ,
m.ike i tln-ir apjicaianee j ; ill !t- r I.rt-a.t t : they continued B'nck and Fancy Silk Vest, netee United Vineyard! Pr.1.ert| t"f.'CAJtilh.n.ADd LttCI.
iiv & ;! rJ. Jr, Jli! .
Liv4y.V. ira sdl th indebted '
I
'w" rvc-ivery. un > : aru quested t. I t toincie.iJt m in I size. u iiitil; I I t the I, I 1.011' I In east beeaiuei TJ IL T. J. CUR LEE Fancydiet do. don Duck Brandies. The L-quor .UJlIAU a full fnzi-
N"i b1 h & C". TuI.ilr4f-e.! : Ih.] ; S. I. J svh.i, .ke illlm..li.lt..h.JISSE .
MI
QsJiH-V. ; (;.sr3ii.r : Newport" .J; W. "I'. J C.irM'ii piur.eiil AVEUETT Executor. i eird: iua; s. ::1I..tr)' painfn!! I procured t II... Practicing t i i Dentist.i do. Cass. un. Cashmeres ty flavor and a beautiful sparkling fo1 r. ConiOH
.
l)1:1. | best 1II1.li":11 ai I III tli' nf Iton, White Marsaillcs do. Rectified will be .
tb
:; <-iry and il\vitli-, D. D. Whiskey changed by ct. *f Ue
trr & CW.u.k M rlr) l M li.ot.Vilmr
.
:: ; <* : P"P. < Fcb.23, 1S3G. 8-Sw he cnnx"and, iil.(1I1 TIIO.J.\ \ LLF.. (L\.. nnd MONTICELLO Oil
--t.-iii'lin!) ( f altontion tI.e xmi't -AT.SO- Cognnc, to New Yoilc brandy, lUi Jlpple
tfe I.ntic.Jl" 1. IN .
11'
It'grral N>CIItt1.,1w.l ; D.11z.1 BiinhriOr! : $25 IUVARD.&R"NAwAY or-('. until thev ga: e the caie 111':1' incurable,; amid iiiljacent: count ie*. !II.. iiiM'rt arv" number! (if Artificial i White Mnd Colored. Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjust LACOUR'S OIL OF RYE rLrg eomlroo JWt-

en.lr.UI: II. Dickiowu; bIl".n d E.iijler. : f ho- .1.. -Vant.-ition: ; ,.flh(05111.. 'idvi-ed ninpiitati"ii. I WII" Alhi'I..IIJ.v] i nuiiiv uf mv Teeth, from (ONE to :a FULL "f'lt.t on j the I ifestimpioveil ing Stocks. Cotton and Merino U D ler..biw. Jeans, ified Whiskey tll Monongaliela: Ute ,.LJII..,..14 Vip.

1.. U.in :a c ; Svixas, TLzmI81Ie., iiif t f tbD ;.. bi. >-t. liii n.nlatto friends to \i.-it i JilL) W. R MO,> (Giiflin.: (CM": priii'-ip'e' giving i lh>Mii that Iwaiilifid.! hit. Drawer. Brown. Fancy. Cotton and Lisle Thread | ginia Malt Wl.itlt-T.. iimrlmn Wbukey. .c.

H. is abut S ft-et 8 "' 0 inch. which. I .li I. Mid. a-l"nitlun: ait nny seem. /,"- //./
.tcbl"CS, 1E5. S-ly *" hih., ; atxmtJ5 or 2 5 jtvri I. and : littrrinij }bl.keyrs. ltr ,,fir..I, furfil; Inn nrr innnlli find x'it ;' /// J" .14 to ch.illeiige di.ti-i-lii-n bv the ci] >seFt ull'l'nl'r. of which nre offeied to the public on reawnable term t<> old Jrih.: Malt WLiAv, and a superior

He wji- r.ii-c I in G ,.!.rl..n C"IIIItwltf're I..* 11 "." d I,..;,:" .'! would :1.1\i i't. all who aie alllictedwiili 1''r-itim- needing, Dnt, I np.-ranns! nn thrir. NATURAL in id warranted u<* good as offered in this Market. aiticle l'( Scotch 'vbisey.;

Blckmithing. has a wif? at \lr. \V. H. Gib-mi. andre'ativenhllovcr cinbu olid Cai.c, .-r.i:>< alF.'ctimii. to \ i..il!tllieDoctor t Teeth nndijiihimto |wrform them can by Call and examine OIL OK PEACH ehanVecommon Whiskey to Tir-

'rTMIE UllerSig"tllUI'efrmt tincounty.. Hii i! wrj| supjilifd with el.t lliini *. I without tli-I.iy. not I am *.lti"fi.II I'V. exj/>eiie.ce :i]'|,I\iii. .v, li:' ,. iht m done at thetollowingpriceit November 10, 1855. 45 ginia Peach Brady. :. Oil Peach and Oil of Cugoae

J. a e <->nin"t ":1\ bow be wn die,oil *bii he li-ft. I will 111101 l ol.,. \ali- li.' II"ll"' !iz the lil-.Pt "I iI! fill ptiVSK :111 whichil: 1 be found to IN' 'it.CJf I lower thlill h.'* ever --- ----- ---- will convert coinnn Whiskey to Apple Brllud

<.f carrjiic on the Black.iiiitbitg pay ?20 for bUaru-1 ;'lodgmt-iitin! ill any jail or $26furli'i in the Southern, State?, 1:1: time, Irt-atmcnt, of that hrrible !IM-I-M offered I in this, ".cli 'U .f ciiunlry befor.. to-wit : Manufactured Tobacco. OIL 01UIN rwiveru the poorest Wbirkey to Holland !.

: pe in all it' various branches.) Paiticu'ar 1 I; delivery to me here. dii, ttf: -Caiw-,-r. F..rriiinrteiih\\ili!! I : Joll F.il.1 I 00. ? 1 60. $2 Ol' J" SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands !! Gin. Schidam Schnapps, Ruse Gin Swan Gin.

alUMition is 1"t1 t', C rrmg.im J Sprint W"rk'i JAMES ORMOND. WILLIAM II. MITChELL anl 1 J ::JII. varying; acc"rdng: to sizii of cavitv r and L )llIlltm Munufrtctur-d Tobacco consignment England Gin. &c.LACOUWS V

am! tolling Axles of all ktllcf! Y diickThe New Port March 1. 1856. 9 M. E. M1TCIIKLL. ii-iiount ot'mnttn.d! uje I ; Extracting teeth, in OFFICE I agnin this season 100( Boxes now on the out.- CONCENTRATED ACID will.iofive

Pop is t''rui.>i nt to the Livery Stable of P. D Bro- Dinfi'ilirt-fJ. Dn.dluiij: Rom, Ga. tuny &0) 't'nh-lIlt! of ollieo fl.lli l. Merchants will do well to hear thi in mind way and il hours nrhr being mixed, cbfcnge' five gallons 6It l (good

kaw. and special attention given to horse ..; :;.- Notice. Rome, Ga., OCll.Ler :!5. 1854. ramtf.'m 11 full upper or lower sett of teeth onI'IU" will l be m>hl lower than same quality can be laid down Vinegar and twenty-five gallons of water to thirty

Fanning implement ofavery description done to or weeks nftrr d.ite. I ill apply to .the Judire 'if'' (tt ill CONTINUOUS CJUMS if necessary.) isonly for from usual markets, and on time. to good gallons of the mtsi acid Vinegar that can be found ia

der. P. B. BliOKAW SIX_ of Leon County f-r l letters of admini>>tri O.A.R.D. 5iJ I [per tooth, and f rfi c t satiif.K-liuu guarautecd ti(JI. DANIEL LADD.par tbe rmirket. By tie use of LaconrV Coccntrat Acid. .

tin of \\. lal. .f ,aid 1 ill ,'''If just! <-e.Thoie !. Vine-gar can be made fur one dollar and cnU
1 I FITS.Jm. on the estate John Arpvle. ALL piT"ii th-ii are den'rom ,.f availing tlicmselv : Newport. August 4, 1855. 31 sixty
12, 1856. My c.JUllt.1'pu'NI. D. C. LEWIS.npfl5. "lecirinir; his services in any portion of thenliove per barrtl.
of HI) : MOSELEY'S ertiecs -
will
ft
: rind him lit t tIn iiiined eouutie. other section of l'r11ddleCirc' it FOR MAKING
:: 1655. 14 ? INFIRMARY BROADWAY GRIFFIN or any country of Florida. LIQUORS. Lacour' Oil' require
GEOR ran: iii"n apjilii-ation! bv letter to 'her of the above
ci
NotceIs GIA. | IN LEON CIRCUIT COU [RT. no prfJ'ltrnti"I-.u1y pminngibe: Oil iuto the WL ky
ninke NoticeSIX named Post Oilicc-s,or otherwise, receive prompt at nnd shake wed. The Liquids thus made will have V
hereby : we applienlion.sixmonths a
Jiten. : l'uli'lItohonr.11'11 at Si l ? 1 1C In the of
per day. or per month. U-ntion. matter Petition of Elizabeth Rice for a
ci.tf to the, IL-n. Probate Couit 01 J FEE: in allne. tbo agreed ,. fine naitumal nromn-a lull, tid). oily taste-a ba.ti-
& months'nflcrJftfe. we will 1 present ouracconnl: up"ii i>rf"re It'I.II'r.tllkl'll. change nf her name tI I that of Elizabeth Icvinu.*: (III
.
Hamilton! to be from the ndir.iniIrutiori tninspnrent color aud a fine Lead. Lfceaart Oila
Comity. dismiUd .(., to tlie lion. Judef Probate c..f| I No (-a"e will be received into I this tSl,.! .!. R E K K R E N O E S : "VfOTICE! i is hereby given of the filin.of the pei.: exert three distinct:
(.f the Estate James S. llufb, Lie oi Hzunil- propemties in converting 408 mis
i l'e1il"'l'clllll 2 ,
Hamilt'iii: for final settlement of the estntfof mei.t nii-"i it ; e.xaminatii'ii. that it can JefJGF. Cor. MHCOII J\ ,
County n : Georgia. lion .f Elizabeth Rice for a change of her nam to
Whiskey te.
ton CoUuty, deceased.AMOS Brandy Gin The first
St ) Ktrrli lIe of said County deceased and IK- cured or admit ,.1! r.-li< f. A II cases rejected will lI"s.J. K pro 1'
CHESHIRE. Admt'r. t phen } to Elizu>>etli Le'inti. and that after the pnhuv.it ion of bines xvithnd si:> ELIZABETH! CHESHIRE Adnt'x.Fek.1856. atk to l.c discbait'fd: 'i Executors of said otale."JAMESG1LL. iiiviniably bo ch.irg'd I '5. for fX.iniiiii.ilinn: m i i I :.inl I ;ali'l'q JUDGE SEWARD'l Thoauville Ca. this notice for three month.*. application will be made tides the whole of tic guinil.. (Amylic Alcub-p-
All letter- entiththem ))
to
| to notice mu.-l inclosea J. :. WIN.V. ,
..
"lrs' ) to the Judge of 1. Circuit Court for an order makingthe The whiskey i il thus deprived .>f that irrite-
: WILLIAM J BASSET 3 f "s-famp'1 for the j-a) nifnt of jK'staire.; .nd )br- diiec- \\'. S. UILWOBTII Elq. change pr..ved for in said petition. ting and bum taste and become peculiar
-- ----- neutral
ng
Feb. 1C. 165C. 7 I ted to W. R. MOS K LK:Y. M. D C. O. FII'<. }Eq COUNCIL A. BRYAN Clerk. the second a ipiriU
consists in
___ } property an ocly tuudlajuMB
Notce.SIX Griffin. (eUI :a. Messrs \V. J. BLDD.Col. Mooticello
-- : Fla. Jan. 12. 185C. 3 mExecutor's taste impaited to the which re'ndcn .
months after : rbl present my' account, I Salt-Salt-Salt. February 23, 1S5C. 1 \-S E. E. BLACKBCBX.January and Liqnor. UmlUnr.
) $ Ac. to the Ju'ge of Probate imparta an appearance of great age ; tie third
12 I IS5G. 2 Notice.
Jnnorat. SACKS of SuB f T Fid by -- is
exhibited
property in tbe rieb. vinous odes
,
for a adininUtra 20 0 nutty
IlmitOCuunt) f De.inis .Douifhrity..late of siidCounty HODGKISS. POOLE i CO. NEW GOODS SIX months after date I will present my final ac that imparted to the Liquor which render dibetirn
&or.. eth ( BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS !
No ( mbcr 17, 185. 4G nnd vouchers to the Judge' of Probates for from tbe Genuine Brand impoetiUe.f .
oeleJ. and auk to be d Kc-hargrd from ,tiidadministration. TOWLE & MYERSRE
JAMES W. GEIGER. received mm New York the Leon OUUIII)'. and apply for a final discharge from : Thee Oil are put up in quart bottle. each
.
In LCD Circuit Court. In Equity. A ; IK.W reeeivinvT l hy recent JUST the offi.e of Executor little
Feb. 2.1856. 5 .11.: arm i\'III" Fri in, New:Y'; fa"hi"nble fl: e '\ ing new Book : 'Ihe Old of W. O. vlton. deceased. contain sufficient Oil for making 300 gaUdaaefliquor.
John Martin II Ilom"tead." liy Mrp. Ann S. StI'J'IlfllIII WILK CALL, ExV.Dec. Full and comprehensive directions acewnpauy -
Co11lf.binmt'1 and well selcc'c-d stock uf'aldus 22. 1855. 61 tbe bottle Price ?2 blltt1 V
I ln-r l I.ruer i woik, Fashion and Famine. The 6m per
.nCa d :-e1y, J..lm P. K. Sa\"nf'. nuil llli \ and Jewelry, woik exhibit* unquifitioiinble' |h" ''. command oflan- C3T: One bottle of these O.h (five in DW MI").win

lLLAlM5SlE. .'LOHDA. wife Martha B. Savantn : -. Con ifinir of centlcmenV goM hunting lever, ladies juntre.ijjorous deseri|>tion. ii rung pafi.n and dramatic Seed Oats. be securely pneked and shipped (with ftHl of" ladnf) ''

l:7 Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .I B-illin Baker Tius- g..h.I 1\1"''. silver lever hunting. anehor.'lepin and force. Mv I First Season." a new novel under the 5 00 BUSHELS superior quality f or sale! by free of charge to any part Clf the ewontry _pq th.

DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Q !. Complainants) j quartier Watches ; Cameo, M '"a l' Coral and all gold guise of nn aiitobiogiuphv. It i is wiiiten with gmee HOPKINS Jk MEOINNISS. receipt of $10, to the address of &

npwric| : tA the Mti.-frioli. of the Court that IxMom pins an I can: ill$'. '. neeUI.u-eo. gold and jet eros and beauty sjasi kh.s with imagination mill sustain Dec. 1. 1855. 48 LACOUR, New OrleM
1' fll'llr '. Dye>luTf( Surgical Ini>trtiiiienttSrict8. >. IT I Def.-nd-nts. Ji-hii I'. K. Si\a-'e. and his wife ape, bosom pins und lockvis f>r hair nnd ila uerreojlvpes ed throughoiit. by originality thlIt111.1! oxpression. March 1.1858. 9-6m

Snutf., WinJows. Ol.ie Paints, Miirlhu; B S.nas.-; rei-idc! Iwximd tli s limits ,.f Flori- ; goKlftud! hair bracelets ; a largo ;iinsoitmeut' of '-Taveiino." from the pen of M.idam: Ot-oigo Hides .

01:. Vjuii l.ti. Putty M a/u ..1'1 url"lluLu'', .1 ,. MZ: in the bAUf! : Georgia-It it < rd red l tlmt fine plain diamond ruby, j>enrl nnd g met, onv amidcnelinii S.ind. fLllttt' Clark." Fanny, Fern*!' la.-t novel to/elli TIT"ANTED in any quantity for which the hilb 1t Advances on Sea Island Cotton.T .
I'.iU-nt T
I und lilai* \.1'Tooth. Wiu diclr. I they ;.lpt z.r Hili I n't-a' I. ..iltw.r. or ilenmr to the C'mplaiwlllt' II finger rings ; t'\lt em ell'I diamond" ins ; er with I Ruth Hall." "I Fein 1,-ave." 11111 I Life and T market pi ice will be paid in cash or groceries. I IBERAL ADVNCES mad. oa Sea Itlamxl CotJ -

File So.i|is. Fine. I'urt < MI.I Br.indiea! l.ill :.t It.; !,... t t. !I". held! in the Clerk'office sleeve button, plain ('cameo onyx nnd cornelian ; a Beauties of Fanny Fern." Ro,!.. Cl.irk upholds the rtputnlion ?- SROOME A HEIR. I -; too for Shipment to Charleston bv D. LADD.

llllllir I Basics, f-r )1.,1"1..1 l purjio!"s, fir tll:6: Coiit. on tinfirit Jl'-nday in A.igiii.t. I 18S6. great variety of stud fine gold vest, fob ami guard: of this (fistinguii.hed female novelist. It i is September 15, 1855V S7 New Port, Nov. 3 855. "

I'* Br '., Fnncy Article-1. cUe the s:n I Bill! wil! be taken pro cotifcrio us n ain -t chains. seaU. keys. gold' und siver pea and pencil case intensely inlt-reiing! amid claims the nllention of the ------- --_____ ___ 44

(J.iuU-u Seeds Fine lluvaii.i St.gars.They thi-iji. Ilii fin her doled) tlmt a tty of thiii Order *. anl! irold, salter and steel spectacles, gold and silver reader Iroin; be!innin; to end. 'tbIa.t ta' Nnpuleon.? Just Rtcelrrd For sale.

Lave -ccntly reeti1. u Jt ye (/.d Fexlirvpplit'f I.! l f..r .. months in thitublcB. complete, embellished with steel
piili'iiii ti.i some newspaper pub- tngravingj.: begintiiug Per Brig E. R-7Jli"9foll from A'ew York
i tif riic'ei ""u.-illy l A A SACKS SALT in List
cvt-ry Vuiicly kept ly rate order br
with the : birth
4 li OUU
'
and ill ilwut I find OBBW.. Irish Potatoes 10 do Onion
1'iiyiti.iti < Cheese
( s. s. KNIGHT.
; \
rU'II"t. 11".t.r. I Done nn.I ordered Chambers tlii jth of February the C.'imulite, Empire nnd Banishment Hu trial
ul
'
Dinner And breakfast klliv ', without f &* 9
lt this "- a full t-upi'ly' wfctcr} tiling needed (" iks, knives and Bm-kwhent. IUo and Java Coffee Cod Fish, September 1855. 35
: related with
: Ib50.; nnd forks i it setts, nnd steel! triumphs nre great etrcnglh nnd the &c which low
and oil the moot literal terms. ; carvers single, line (nickel we offer for cash.RICHARDSON. -
.1. WAYLES BAKER J.d style id tIIISllrpn..g.t by American writer. Subscribers
"
; Order frlu the C .uiitr. 11rt.11py! filled aud' ':sa'iff.tc- # cutlery, shears scissors and razors ; ti. C' ,Iuuhlc1Inr.I.'I1".I Ilnr nay & W ITAKEIl Garden Seeds.
Febrnarv 16. 1856. 3m-7 to >er'8 Magazine are solieited. The
liyti with bolh and lamin-itedsteel: ( amid stub twist, !, | Newport Jan.1 12,1850.
rr-fira .pricv quality gun common [g..utin4tl
pniranu-eil fcliot quiches of various fine year begins in January with Dii-kenu Little Dorru .'" AFRESH upply of fresh seed frow Tborbarn'i,
; j'nysicmn prr .lilt.u cjireiully coinjiounded.Alo. Piano Fortes.WE guns piiiterns. nnd Apply to McDOUGALL A HOBBY. per Mitic and for sale brMcNAUOUT
common K wder ((1 ihks cleaning rods, and I STORING AND SHIPPING
; ; ; : Flui Extract uf Bucba.Jan. | Ely's eiips BUSINESS
1111: F.-brunry 9. 18:16. IS ORMOND.
5, ( t. I arc prepared to furtiinh Piano wad, wad cutters, and matciials for gut 8 niths. AT NEWPORT.V New Port, Jan. 12, 1856. 2

rrJTt1 F"ilcs. of the very best quality, Silver! and, Plated "'nrl'. Notice. r PHE nndcrsigncil still carries on the abovehusinert

I Wines, Syrups, &c.i ujaiui 11w ..M-cotid Ht li/'ernlltrmll.in cither Silver table desert and tea spoons silver forks. s oup person* having churns or demands against JL in alt it'. branches. Buildings well calculated' | for I Planting Polatoe
to
Thcur none any country a* ALL
and I ladle butter nnd
cream ? pickle klli\.I.llted! despatchintf
L!) OtarJ Brandy, bjiarklinCider, to quality T piice.Every'Instrument. folks and waiters castors, cake nnd fruit baskets estate of Cornelius En'lidli. deceased late of wnjrons. D. LLDDN.wport. 2 BBLS. Yellow-Potatoes,juat lancHug ia DM er*
O OM Old P..rt J ui.- will be wan-anlcd. SJMKHIS (JadidtMi county, arc IIt"rtI.n..ti6 Jtn >>rei>eiit them September 2. 1864. 35 t, dir, and fur sate! (I.vMcNAUGirr
10rt. & electro plated ta setn. nnd communion service
,
Id.ir. Brandy Cht-nit, MILES NASH d CO. butter I dNlics, .limnlier to the un Ier-i.tie'1 adnuniitrrators, cuhutileliticl1tf'11 To Cotton V A ORMQND.
sugar nn cie.im) und pnrlureaiidlefticks. Long Planters.
wil him. the time law this
Sheny.Sjj S.rliltl.r February 28, 1856. 8Aclmiulstratot'i haltceUnis b presetibed by or notice will New Port, Jan. 1!, 185G. 5.
holders
,irkling Gehtinr. lrcered Quince*, flower buskrts. nnd bikUiinia, quet} card and he plead in bar of their recovery. And all! persons \,' have f"r sale, a few sacks of Fresh Sea IaJand -V.

}'1.ivoriviz Extract, l'car. I Notice. ware. indebted said cbihte are requested to make pa) tu lIt t Cotton, Sci-d. direct fn m South Carolina The Groceries.10FFEE .
!?'lanccUlS Articles. iUlwcl1iat ly. Cotton Ginned from these Seed, sold iu Charleston

Sj.iiih Yc.ut 1'"Jrr.Olive: ,, 8 T&IDaliDd.>ices, ;i ALL person bavin,; claims Agaiiu tbe Estate ('f. Ladies .ieticue! siiichels.: work boxes, enr!. Berlin \\1J. II. GlTr\N' 1 this Season at 48 to 56 cents per pound.WcNAUGHT /" Sugar assorted Beaxa, Lioeeed aad
| : rrud Mc0.dl. hate ofUadaden. County dncentrd. JOhN (G.SMITU.Admtr.\ .. V 1 Wbwker.* .te1 <*eMcXATJOHT.
C.rn Starch, l.cklu. iron und morocco port ilitiluies, |xarl card enit'tI. Curl d OR OND.
Wurc, 4terhire tauc; HaLid Oil, I urn hereby notified to prrwt them to (lie untkrg.ieiI 1 bvaiU, coral 'n-ckluces mind nrmlets, jet br.icrlrts Qumcy. March 15, 1850. ll-8 March 1. 1856. 9 4 ORMOSD.
within the time
law. this
I prescribed by or New Pori Jan. 1 J.1858.
necklaces and lx som napkin rings hair
and toothbrushes
: Capers, pins
llnjlinb .1.trd. will be in bar 'flbrir aud
notice all
IlltIal1
I : recovery Wanted Wanted Received
C'.coa, hat revivers shell. buffalo india rubber and Consignment,
Cllret. indebted to this tiUto are requested to make
AMES d LIVELY. unuediatc persons payment to ivory comb china: and wax dolls, razor strops and TO purchase 60 likely NEKRO; MEN from 18 t. From Charlatan per Brg 77w,, Circular Saw Mill Agency.

;ni1Y 6 1856. THOMAS MUNROE mon'ey belts cignr cases, fonther luslers pallor and 25 year of age, for which the lifebelt price iu TEIRCES Extra Carolina Kie, !3 Bags Chit 'T SKundersiiroed ha* the agency fur tkeealeof
h. 4 d or belU, bohumi u glass and china vasea und bus Cub will be paid. Apply to S. S. KNIGHT. 95 L "
.AdmiuilraU tit IXKI!*. uoo. tunooga Mil a Flour. l., be tM) Jut to cover |VVW. Herrick'a Improved Circular fiajr Mill
; Spring and Sumraer Goods. \.\'. Feb. 23. $56.. 8-8w ket wfci. terra ("lIUa"Iu centre snspeito.ii('s unit pitchers n and side perfume bottles, March 2 !, 1850. 12 I expenses by RICHARDSON .'WHITA 7R. eQnhiRuftbre. *i .* &>t 43. 48 and S2 or' 54 inch

|f cases lamps !Ump No 1port., Jan. 12, i86S. 2Sentinel.. Saw*. The** Circnlnr nre decidedly the best Ta we,
I 1 'llR25ut'.iil eri' are now rd.eivinttlIrir. !! supply: 0' thitdcs, chimney* and wick, .t.llmltuJ bow's. guitarsmnjo ,- B3okBlndlng.1JAVIXG ",.. several ** "
V having iir.j-rovi nier|*. pver the
I ., ''g-! II qI Dc, Plows Plows r r > tam! ouiiiie i .. accordeou. chuioiwti, flute j'ag. tr spy
: > and
.4. Spriitg .11"tUnm. C"I.II : pnwured the services of a Binder we Circular: Upright S;w. .-tber Pat ,t in use: 'tl < el -- "---' a&o,
O..il. II4r4."ils(1rIeefle1, Cr.fkefj% Chill auVnre. '. T7 LARGE lot JohuMoore'a Pluw, No. 1 and 2. die*. guitar and violin vtringi. flue cologne and other IL are now prepared; to do all busiue pertaining[ & CO.. and Welch Grifleth OeaUr FUw ar44 fur variutis piare
(:!Lus \ ale** an nrtment Summer Clothing perfumery and! It general utortmeut of Toy HOE partkap'
anti
V :-laudiu "Iioni Mystic for sa'u byMrNAIJUUT to that cL-piii tuiL'ut ou I ICHI n.ible terms. 46, id nod 6-J web iteton birvlaodfor &a. For fiirtber
all of wUicbStii y-to&Mt tnodi'rato '. Watcl and jewelry repair promptly sad la tLebelt
; prC & ORMOXD. McDOUGALL & HOBBY. i I sale by. D. LA DO bANtL LAIn,.

1 H O. d J 1; MEOINSIS.t. New Fort, Jao. 12, 1S56. 2. mal ncr.O.toI.siOI8bI. 41 March 1,1856. 9 I Nt7 Port tfo.a, un. u i4p11s'4 lovesmt.r 3, I 44


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