The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00490
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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--.- TALLAHASSEE -- MILES( AUTHORITY. For furniture for hospital for cadets one keep the records of said 'court in tho city of Iii; cries of rage and agony rttrt &&Ii"'airj
CO and .Itbld! lime..the Horns eroadted and ,
hundred and fifty dollars. San Francisco, and he is hereby authorizedto .
E'EBALE MADEIffLflev. wagged 1 fte'r tan slowly in ign of_.ti $wtiw f
flEALIRs ix for a gun predulilrri, six hundred dol. appoint a deputy or deputies, whose official ; S
LAWS OF THE IGNITED STATES. acts, signatures, attestations and certificates When the combat ended; and both warrior

ciiizii.; DRUGS, PAINTS, lars.For a public clock, seven hundred dollars. !. shall be entitled to as full. credit as were strelcHe'd, dri the plain, she rose, melt S
I1. W. Principal, Satisfied herielf that they were dead,
[Public:] those of the said clerk. tHem; I ,
trs. II. IL Brown, Teacher of Music.11EFEU \ MEDICINES, B OIL S&c., JOINT RESOLUTION For Additional stables for dragoons' and SKC. 4. And be. further enacted, That and trdlte'd off q'dHg regardless ot the uneom*' r
relating to the pub. Aratt
o horses ten thousand dollars. all suits instituted in the disirict plimenldrj epithet tfnich! the indignant
't"-TOULD inform their friends and Ihe bb1ic. that lie lands artillery or causes
tU tn Hon. M. A. Long. Pres't. Board} of I ITrt' IN f' they hare im Land a good a.*)rtment of such and appertaining r's to the Springfield SRC. 2. And be it furl her enacted, That courts of California prior to the first Monday shouted after, her: This! Gerard tells ai, i fo S
*. D. G. Wilson Esq Gen. IL A.Shine. Dr.Ni1e articles ns are geucrally kept in their line of business, Harp Ferry Armories, and the the amounts disbursed, or that may ho dis- of July, eighteen hundred and fifty five, and an example df the conjugal fidelity of milady ;
j jE'ifl North
ya: !h, II.In.T. \\. Brevaid, Gov.J. E. Broome. i j jf and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Carolina Arsenal.Be I: bilrec'd.! Cut of moneys appropriated for the which remain pending in either ot said courts, whereas the Irott neVei1 qdits his wife, nhlesl S
The exeimcs of the Academy will commence j jon terms shall be reasonable. it resolved '
by the Senate and House 'of or'in forced and is qtilio A ctfnjogsl? at. S
of tho the which final has been ;
7th hint. i Tallahassee, April 9th .1653' 14. support Military Academy by acts process not executed -
Api'ilS Ionday.IIJ, 1S56.( 14 ]j ___h _________ Reprcsonlaticcs of the Ul1itcdJate.. of A. of May tenth, eighteen hundred and fifty.four. and which are properly within the jurisdiction tentions; S ;U.
-, EDWARD M. WEST. ? mcrira in Congress! assembled} That the Secretary and March third, eighteen hundred and fifty- of circuit ccorts; and not district Our lion then is married, let us tfj: IlftT Sis ; j
DR. N. G. MCDONALD., |I or War be, and he is hereby, authorized five, in payment of additional compensationto courts of tbe United Suitesshall be removed the slave of his \ife. It is she wl.d always .41

MOXflCHLLO, FLA. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, to exchange: and Convey the unoccupiedlands the librarian, assistant librarian, and certain for the district in which the cause is pending takes precedence ; when'she stoops he ,

attend vfllb assiduous care, .ll 1 cases en- I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. and appurtenances belonging to the linked enlisted men at that post, be passed to by a transfer and delivery to the clerk of the stoops. On arriving at the douar(the collection : tj

WILL I to him. I .Al'ri15.1b5G. 14 Stales, known rts the Lower Water the credit ofthe disbursing offices: Prodded, said cirtittlt! CoUrt of the original papers withan of tents-what we call a village,') for ")
Office suljomin' :* that of Col. Dilworth. ___ shb'ps, at the Springfield! Armory, in the Stateof That the additional pay to said librarian, and exemplification of the record or docket their supper, she lies dqwn-while he leapt into : '

March 22. 18:G. ___ _.1_ !-1.__' -' ," 1 I 1)R) LEWIS, Massachusetts, for such other lands contiguous assistant librarian, shall not exceed the sum entries under the seal of the district court, the incioaure, and bring to her the booty;. 'J:
iiiIi; ) "SIJUS8EH :; RESIDENT DENTIST, i to the lands attached to said Armory of one hundred and twenty dollars each per for which exemplification the clerk of the He watches her while she eats, taking card ;;

S I TALLAHASSEE, FLA.I:3 I upon the hill at Springfield, as he may deem annum, and to the non-commisslcfriet! officer said district court shall receive the same feesas that no oils disturbs her j and not until her F"..

Ta11ahassoe, F1a. Artificial Teeth the i necessary and proper for the improvement in dharge of mechanics and other labor at are allowed for similar services in making appetite is satisfied does litf tfefgin his meal: J

MAMTACTCUKR or CorwiiTix ASD SHEET j'I S new now atid inciting imrrot- tl. principle,on with and coutein'ence of said Armory, or in his. the post, the soldier acting as clerk in the transcript for appeals or writs of error, to be Toward the end of December iaey seek an, t

iRON \VAHIV Wiionns.vu: AND RKTAIL : continuous gums, from,one side to the discretion to sell the said tract known as the adjutant's ottlce, and, the four enlisted men in paid by the party applying for the same, and isolated ravine, and there she presents beE J : :

DEALIR is PLAIN, F.nT1.'XU JAPAXXEII other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the lower woikshops and appuitenances, and to the philosophical and chemical departments, taxed as costs on final judgment ; and all lord with one, two, and"sometimes thrMptijpi33 :- .,: ,.
lodgment of food thereby render'ng] them perfectly invent the proceeds of ihe same, or such male and one female Itthe ,
VARJ:. part and lithographic office, ndt exc'ec'ding! the sum causes now pending in said circuit court ofHie generally one
| life like,and restoring the original contour of the face,
thereof '
Stove HeiuI-Quailcr* i I j so as to defy detection. lIe will attend to all calls as may required, in the purchase of fifty dollars cadi JJCY rtnrtiinl ; and that a United States, against parties residing in reader haa ever seen or bandied a poppy ; ii.'
L SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor i in Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full of such lots or lands contiguous to the said like measfIro compensation be hereby authorized the southern district of California, shall, on lion, he will understand the idolatry of mother 4.
.11:1.! \ and Wood St\-eq trimmed with neatness i Setts can obtain'nil uccpj ary information by letter. Armory on the hill, as he may deem suitable to be allowed hereafter for said ser application of the parties defendant, made and father. She never quits them for an .f> 0.*.

S*. and durability; at educed piicc j He will wl.ti'not,1I1 every: instance, satisfaction, and I and proper. For this purpose, he is hereby vices respectively. within three months from the date when this S instant, and he only quits them tobringhomempper.
Work.JWfin prices to suit the times. Tei ms Cah, or wheu called authorized to the title of the United When three mtmJh! trld ; S
convey aro
Out Door SEC. 3. And 'be it further enneted, That act shall take efiect, be removed in like man they
?. Onnmciital Front Head Guttering, Copper ] I for.June 24, 1851. 25 States to the lands and appurtenances hereby the Secretary of the Senate furnish annually ner to tho said circuit com t held in the southern their weaning commences. The mother ac \

and. "Tin Conducting) Pipes. Sheet L ad, Sheet I -----.-.--.-.- -- .-- ._-- ---- authorized to be sold and conveyed, and I the library of the Military Academy at West district of California, and all such causes customs them gradually to it, by absenting ,
Zinc. Lead Pipes. Patent Ci-tern Pumps.) Shop\voik. FLOYD & HOLLAND, to receive from individuals or corporate pro ; Point with a copy of all documents published s'tall, take radk tin the docket according for longer and longer periods, and bringing
short notice.
{>f cveiy variety d aie at I Attorneys at Law. prietors, deeds and titles to the lands so t!. by the Senate. to the date of removal ; and all suits removed pieces of mutton carefully skined. The father .
merchantsAie .
City and Country changed, sold or purchased. Approved 23d: April, 1830.;: (; under the provisions of this section shall be whose habitual demeanor is grave, becomes .
respectfully invited to give mel call belbie pur- "TILL practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle SE2.. And be it forflrr respiredThat proceeded in, and conducted in the same fatigued with tho frivolous sr/tfris/ of ; :;_ .
tliasi'ig* elsewhere.g N" I It All article' mauuf.ictucd from the very j I I of the State.\Vest Alspiu Flffid.it th- mid Di-iiu-t in the Court Supicmo)of the Court U IIi I. the Secretary of War be and he is hereby, [Public 11.] i manner as if originally instituted in the courtto children, and for the salie of tranquiiy! removes ;t. 'j
lnCt and w.m.mted durable. Xo other tide authorized to apply >o much of the proceeds which his lodging td A distance, '"
ni.itori.il be
; ted States, in the Aoithem Di.-trict of Flor\1a.i I.\N ACT to. repeal part of an net entitled I II they may removed. witin
will be offered for sale. | II.J. FLOYD.) Ofttcc Ajiahpl.ieola. of the recent sale-of land and lots at Har An act to provide[ for the -afe: keeping( ol I SKC. 5. And be further enacted, That however, to render assistance if required.At .- 1 # ,j(

October, 2'J!. ,-1Ze..' -- -- -- --42. -- !I D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincv, Fla. per's Ferry, IS he i I' av. deem! advisable, to tho I tli "'acts, records and seal of the United nil laws, or parts of laws, contrary to or inconsistent the age of (tour or five months the children :',;

---- Co-Partnership- Notice. 1 __Dec., _22, f.55._ n'51K" -. --,--- purchase of such other lots at that place as States, and! for other I purposes." with this act, shall be, and remain follow their mother to the border of the forest I ii. '

l DR. MILES II. NASH lie may deem necessary to the safety and I repealed, from the date when this act shall while their father brings (them their sup. S
nE t11\.I ei M ned have this day entered into' aeol convenience( of! the public bnlf1ing- the T- Be il enacted( by the Senate and Houw of take efl'ect.SKC. per. 9'',
pftitneithijim theWHOLESALE OlFEUb TtLL.tIfASSEE IUmOFl AND M'SCOl MUM.;COUNTRY. nitcd State?, :and that he ajij-'ly: the residue I ll''jJ.t'S'lllflliIle! United Ste.sof! America 0. And be ilfurthef fnacicrlj That At six} months old they ac'coriip'ariy fathdf 1 (:4

& RETAIL the proceeds of said sale, lo the improvement in Conffre.fi ns\emblti1/ ,' That so much of tin's act shall take effect in ninety days alter arid mother in all nocturnal expeditions.= l S '
DE-UGB'USJrN"ESS, ----- of the: piopeify it-taincd bv the Limited the act entitled;, I" \11 act to provide for the From eight to twelve months they td 1
3Ta. the passing theieof, and not before that leAn f'J
I VFFICE with Dr. M. i,immediately east of the pe
j of the acts redonls and seal of
safekeeping ,
under the mine: and stjle of I ( Post oth e. I State: ?. i. riod. attack sheep, goats and even bulls ; but they r : S 1
AMES & LIVELY.TUFA" j May 19 1855. 20 :'h:(. .'t Ami he further rr.wired, That | the United States, and for other purposes, Approved April 30, 18f>G. are so awkwar they usually wound ten for J :
1 ,
I as is embraced in the last: clause of the sixth
-.-- -- - --------- --- j the Secretary of War be also authoii/ed to one they ; is not till they are two yea ;
: T. J. 'I. KirilAKJ :. FLtrCltFI' WilTAKFH :' bection of said net, and ,uhluh reads in words ,
nmke} sale of such pOI tioll of i the site cf t ihe Tiie Fly and the Spider. old that they can kill A horse or bull At one 1 '
: will be pleased to sea ll.oir fiicnds, JUCIIAHDSOX & iV1IIT.Ai En, I as follows) : For authenticating a of a
United States arsenal it Fayetteville; North copy The children went with their bite.'hmhIe their education is thus in pro J
-- -i, ..tr 'n'.ihol.l: stand -f D.II 1 Amos, once grandmother I ./>J
))4 MI V\KT\ <' llioy will keep a full .nnJ general Receiving and Forwarding Merchants Carolina, as in hid judgment] is not required i I ivcoid or p."per: "under the seal of oflice, i to see a spider's web ; they thought gress, they are ten times more rufndls ttf (Hk} j

*tifs.S* Jlg&1!titl-of Articles app"j tair.n: ?to their i I for public purposes, and apply the proceeds !,I twenty-five cents, shall be, and the same is very curious, and they talked a good deal Arabs, since the family does content itself i '.
1 ine of business. I). II. A)11 1 ES of such sale much be hereby, repealed. with tho cattle fonts ":
or so
)1. 1,1 r: L Y.J.Lnuary NEW POUT) FL.I .\. as may necessary 22d 1850. about it, though they could net see the use of killing : required own -
Ifou. 1 I August 4 ih, 1&55. ;i'.lj to the purchase jf such additional land APIJl'odpril! such things, nor why there should be such consumption, but kill that tho children may S
1. for the use of said arsenal, as he deem I how to kill. At three old the .
i -- ------- ---- ---- may creatures as spiders nt all.. Their grand lear years
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----- --- Notice.- j DR.) R. X.IJARONEH, necessary. lie i is for this purpose, author. [Public 12.] mother replied, My I derir children; I cannot children quit home and set up for themselves, $1 :
bed to the title of tho I! AN ACT amendatory of an act entitled "An t tact fathers and in their "'
convey United Statesfor the all- becoming mothers turn.
n.' .nths ..fUT date theun.leiined.ad.ninirtraJor i /"VFFF.US his profe-M >nal ?fi vices to the citizens tell you just now all reasons why the ;
*.m tic estate of Vinlet JIarl' dot-eased late J \Jr of Ccntre\iIIe and -unoundin.; countr\-. Office the land: which he may sell, to the purchaser i to regulate the fees ;and costs to be wise God created and sustains the various Their places are occupied by another brood. .'.

vfljtsm C"unt.iIl, prc-.i-nt, hisjiiralnfouiits and( removed to the! residence )Ir. John H. Crump sit- and to receive proper deeds and tits allowed clerk marshals and attorneys of creatures \rhci? \TU sec rtround us, though we At eight years old the lion reaches maturity, S .
vouchers to the JuJ-'e of PioUite for ?:ivl County.and !; uatiou fonneily occi piul by the.late Dr. Jacob Eliirt.i for the lands which llIay10/ purchased, by I the circuit and district courts of the United be sure there is some good end to be and lives to or forty. When ; Si
may tity
ssk to l.'tli-eliar'tl. to! A. ShINE( Admr.Leninher i I February 1C, 1850 7 States and for other '
: I him aforesaid. different in
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as I purposes. served but I will tell a a magnificent ire, very
512-611\ I ; you pretty story,
-- ------r2'--9.- 1855.MED.- ---- - !: A. PERRY AMAKERT Approved April: 23, 18.10. Be it en-tclcd by the Senate and House of which may at least help us to think upon tho size, aspec color and disposition from the li. t .
ICALNOTICE. I Rcprcsenttilices of the United State* of America i subject. A young prince used often to won to seen in menageries and zoologicalgardens '.N'on
j l ifn raIill[V fA r lhA 'J, [Public 0] in Congress assembled, That so much of der for what purpose Clod: had made flies and -animals taken from the mother's I'r

DRS. G'AMBLE: & BETTOXO ,I TALLAHASSEE. FLA. .\XCT to change the times of holding the II the act entitled An act to regulate the fees : spiders ; as he oould not see, he said, what breast, bred like rabbits, deprived of the fresh fI

FI-'CK their rrofe-i, nal SHT\.i!<<'s to tit! rut) | May 21, 1S.,3. 20 S United States courts in the southern district and costs (to bo allowed clerks, marshals and i iI .I I use they weie to men, and, if he had the power mountain airandamplenourishment. As an ,
Ii;. Ofice opjv.ite tlm Storo tIC MCSMS.Jjir.mrv i --- n --- - .- -- of Illinois. I attorneys of the circuit and district courts of he would kill them all. One day, after agreat indication of the size attained by lions in a : : ..

lI'si5ki-.. c"tll, .P'I"l I' P. B. BiiOKAW'S.LIVERY Be it cintelcd by he Hcnnle and House of the United States, and for other purposes," :'I batte! this prince was obliged to hide state of nature we may cite the fact mentioned ; J .

----------J:---5..--1-S--;-- --1 -.---- AND SALE_ STABLES I Rrnrcsentfiticcs of the Tilled Slates of A. I approved. February: twenty sixth, eighteen himself from his enemies ; and wanderingabout by Gerard, that the strongest man in the t. I I \.

RKIIAKIt. ,T._ SIRtlllTT., : .{-|!\1l1.1:" W. pilWNING : TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. I mcrica in Congress. Assembled, That instead I huudreu and fifty three, as applies to the fees in a wood, he laid down beneath a tree, cavalry regiment to wleh he belonged was ..
S BIRCHETT' & DOWNING- r,1' I; 4> of the times heretofore fixed by law, the circuit of jurors be and the same is hereby made to and fell asleep. A soldier passing by, who unable to carry the head of the lion S t l'

ATTORNEYS AT LUV & AGENTS FOR() CLUMS\ : c rPHE Proprietor, would in- and distiict courts of the ('nitcd States embrace the jurors of the United States belongfd to (the ene'fWy, was quietly drawingnear Gerard had killed. J"i
T JL f"rlJ1l.i" friends nn.lthe I for the District of Columbia.Approved l t ..
for the southern district of Illinois shall here- courts with his sword to kill the prince, when
4dO, Seventh StreetVASIIlNfiTON i a ; >his_ _ ,
rebuilt f
public, that he has 23if 1856. TiE MISSISSIPPI RIVER CKOJWED BY TUB 'J
i Buck Stables, at the old tstaud, and is now alter be held as follows : April all of a sudden, a fly stung his lip and awoke '
\ CITY.WILL large box HOB A of the Chi t ;
him. Seeing his danger. he to his K.- correspondent I
I prepared: to accommodate his friends and customers.He At Springfield on first Mondays: in January sprang
practice before the Couit {If Cl.iim, and 1 also has attached to his Stables, a good Black and first Mondays in June-and all writs, [Public 13.] feet, and quickly made the soldier run off.- cago Press, writing from Davenport, lovta, ;
( cl.iiuis befoio Congress and the scvrul smith Shop where lie will have have done all kinds of suits indictments That night the prince again hid himself in a under date of 22d ta I :'i
Department rk in : pleas, recogui/.ances, or AN ACT to alter and amend an acfc ntitled April says f .
'I aud
Plantation work, Horse shoeing, Carriage
.July. 1. t-: 1S35.: : h" _SORjLi ___ ,_ '' the very beat manner and with promptness aDd dis.patdl. I other proceedings, civil or criminal, issued, .\n act to establish a circuit court of the cave in the same wood, and during the night When Crer.'lr'with his legioTts Crossed r the
BERRY \ commenced or pending in either of said United States in and for the State of California a spider wove her web across the entrance. Rubicon, which divides Cisalplrie Gaul from i ., ,

\ a November o, 1 Zv?> .** courts. shin!! be returnable to, be entored and ," approved March third, eighteen Two soldiers belonging to the army which Italy, he was well aware of the greatness of '..

Auctioneer and Commission and Harness have day in court, and he heard and tried ac hundred and fifty five. had defeated him, and who were looking for the work he was engaged in ; and, although f: t '. .
Carriages, Buggies, the the in the '
cording to the times of holding said courts as prince, passed cave morning _
MERCHANT. He it enacted by the Senate and House of many attempted to dissuade him from such an ; : ;
P. B. Drokaw.PHE and the heard their conversation
TAU.\I" .:, Flu, Sept. 29, 1855. 39W. For Sale by herein proided.Siu. Representatives of the United Stales' of America prince : uudertakirig', yet, nothing daunted, he landed t' 1\
_ r Subscriber has just received a 2. And be further cnaded, That 1 Look, cried ONe of them, he is sflrely} Concealed .
--- 4 in Congress assembled, That the circuit his army on the plains of Italy, astonished the
B. J.JdILLS: L very large supply of Carriages, the clerk of the Enid district court of the in this cave.' 'No,' replied the other, .
and Harness, which he offers court of the United States for the districts of woiId by his deed, and left mankind an in. j
> Wholesale and Retail Druggist .Buggies, southern district of Illinois, is author. that is impossible; for If he had gone in
hereby of
for sale on the most) reasouable terms. California shall hereafter hold four regular stanftf bravery and enterprise. worthy of I f.
there he would! have brushed down
_,,-\vronr, FLORIDA. Novernbe 18, 1851. 45 led, undtr the direction of the judge of said I sessions in each year, two of which begin the.Rpi.der's record. ; .
(1tDE11S from Physicians aid: Flraiters put up district ccurt, to make a transciipt from the ning respectively on the first Monday in Jan. web at the entrance.. When they had We, too, however, have crossed the" Rubicon" !. ; : 1""'
I A. L. FISHER the raised his hands and
I with the greatest care. records of the distiict and circuit courts of uary arid July, shall be held at San Francisco gone away, prince -the great Father of \Val rs" ,which i: J ,
February 2, 1656.) 5_ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. the northern district of Illinois, of all such in and for the northern district of California eyes to heaen, and thanked God for such for centuries has rolled into the bosom of the t :, .

LIFE INSURANCE. TALLAIUSSBE, FI/A., matters and) proceedings as relate to or concern ; and |the other two, boginning respect goodness in yesterday saving Ids life by mighty ocean without a pier to mar iU 'pro t t t 1

THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. t, TILL practice in the CowLs of the Sliddlc Dis- titles to real estate or causes originatingin ively on the first Monday of March and September means of a fly and now again by a spider, great To-day has the mighty deed been accomplished t :i
"I and that the and worksof "
? triet and in Thomas County. Ga. that of the State of Illinois included acknowledged ways
part shall he held at Los Angeles, in the at which the world has to often I -
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL..1QOOOOO.Tins [ "Oflice in the CJpitol,2d story, immediately within said southern district aforesaid and God are perfectly good and wise. -London S
Company issues policies ou the lives of over the room of the Cleik of the Supreme Court. ; I southern district of California, arid the circuit Child's Companion. smiled in derision. Yes, the Mississippi i fa [ t
-I. White persons for one or more years, or for the July 21, 1855. "-ly that the compensation of said services lie i judge of California shall have the same practically no more. It is srwinned bv thrf t
fflmle peii,.J of life, ON THE MUTUAL SYSTEM. same as now allowed for like services under powers in relation to his atiendance an said The Domestic Relations and Private mighty artery of commerce and enterprise I .
DniJaiJs declared to tbe insured ou policic issued E. BARNARD Jr. existing laws, and Provided, That such trans. sessions and the arrangement of business the railroad. Science has stretched its arm t ;
for life.Fuxr cripts and records, when so shall be made, thereat as are vested in the other circuit Life of a Lion. across the ever-flowing Mississippi-and a- J. ; 1 :
FaKtjiAX, Actuary.-Mounts FBANKUX, Frea't WILL CONTINUE certified by said clerk to be true and correct, judges of the United States by the second Let us sketch the story of the lion's life, : long its finely.knit muscles has the It iron N! ,

W Applications received in Tallahassee by DRUG. & MEDICINE I BU.SmES8. the same shall bo CTidenco as fully and effectually section of the act approved the seventeenthof beginning with his marriage which takes i horse" bounded with heavj snort, as it t: ., .

January 19, 1836. B. C. LEWIS. AT TllE OLD STAND, SIGN as though originally entered and made June, one thousand eight hundred and place toward the end of January. lIe has I scents from afar-the sluggish. waters of the ?i ; '

AGENCY fiF THE /ETNA INSURANCE-CO. in the courts of the United States for the forty-four, entitled An act concerning the first to seek his wife ; but as the males are Missouri. The mission of Caesar of old was '". ;;:

MOKTAE southern district of Illinois. Supreme Court of tho United States." Pro far more abundant than the females, who are to conquer-so is that of Caesar of the 10th I, '.
.$500,000. ,
cirltAL .
Agentflhiaboye Company S OF THE Approved April 23, 1856. vided tha1 the term of'said court herein pro. often cut off in infancy, it is not rare to finda century-but the latter is one of peace: and f' I '

THE uadereijned i.eeico itpplwatJans for and make insurance vided to be held at San Francisco on tho young l lady pestered by the addresses of plenty. The war korse" of civilization may r. a J. '

&?:ustIOIs by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, Comer of Clinton and Monroe sheets, Tallahassee. [Public 10.] first Monday in January next may be held in three or four gallants, who quarrel with the have fiery nostrils, but it has also an olive r ;;.
Furniture,Merchandize, &e. January 19, 1656. 8_ AN ACT making appropriation for tho support advance of that time under order of the said acerbity of jealous lovers. If one of them branch, the seeds from which h scatters M it L, I It

_January. ---J. .1'9,,l85.. _3 B. C. LEWIS. JOHN W. EVANS, of tho Military Academy for tho year circuit judge upon notice previously given in does not succeed in disabling or driving away flies.That .,::,
LONG & ,GALBRiiTH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun. conformity with tho second section of the the others, Madam, JmpatJent and dissatisfied; sneh an evert abotiW hate' 6tcuted> : '. .

Liw'rALL.1tAssEFL.t. HAiNimiuoi, cr.o dred and fifty-seven. act of which this act is amendatory. leads them into the presence of an ofd lion, without am assemblage spectators'from'aI'' f r J S

TTOR: AT prompt attention to all business en Be it enacted by the Senate and House of SEC. 2. And be if. further enacted, That whom she has appreciated at a distance.- quarters of the globe to witness it, is only] ao '

'I. ated A. LOXG themselves A J. B.in ALBRAITII the practice of Law.baassoci.They- WILL give to his care,in the Counties of Thomas, Representatives of the United States of A- the said circuit court shall be presided over The lovers tfj: al him with the temerity of other instance.of mighty progress which l "'
Biker Calhoun, Early and Clay. tho of the circuit court xf tho United ?- youth and exasperation. Tb old fellow has been made wfthm the last ; S
Willll.tt llJ the Courts ia the Middle Circuit, the Supreme Decatur, Daugberty inerlca in Congress assembled, That the fol. by judge p receives fifty years ;jn ,
United February 17, 1855. 7 tf States for the districts of Cafiftfmfamid them with calm assurance breaks the scienee of As
Cuurt.s and the District Courts of the lowing sums be, and the same are hereby, bridge building. we approached .
Htntfts; at Tallahassee. S Just Received. ,>* appropriated, out of any money in the treasury by the judge of the district court for the district .: the neck of the first with his terrible jaws, Rock Island, there wire rcrooitf afloat : !

Office opposite the Court House. EMONS, Guava nnd Currant Jellies, Prunes, not other\Viso appropriated, for the support in which the court is holden, either of smashes too leg of the second, and tears out that we would cross to Iowa on the new t

-Octobcr8. 1854.. ITS. JLj T Pears,Sardines, Pickled Oysters, Brandy PeachCS of tho Military Academy, for tho year whom shan constitute a quorum ; and the : the eye of the third. No sooner is the day bridge. Cross Mississippi on a bridge : .

S.' KNIGHT Preserved Lemons, Oranges,Pine Apples and Gin ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand said circuit court and tho said circuit judge, I won and the field clear, than the lion tosses cried an intelligent looking gentleman ; '" 00 It"a
ger, Green Gage Marmalade. Lemoa Syrsj, Rasp. eight hundred and fifty.seven : and each of the said district judges within his mane in the air as he roars, and then bridge t" simpered a feminine voice from : \ '

AUCTIONEERS, '. COMMISSION MERCHANT beirv do., Strawberry do., Fresh Pine Salmon.Apple do Lobster, and Gingerdo. Had For pay of officers, instructors, cadets, and his separate district, when setting as circuit crouches by the side of the lady, who, as a young lady to her parents, bound for Cooa. } ,

TALLAHASSEE' FLOIUUA.Septemberl dock, "Raspberry, Halibut and Vinegar& Assorted Pickle, Scotch musicians', ninety-one thousand one hundred judge, shall be, and they are hereby, respectively reward for his courage, licks his wound ca cil Bluffs, .e why, Pa, thought the Mtssta. :t '

1865,. 05 Ale and Porter. and six dollars. vested with aH the authority, powers "ressingly. When.two adult lions are the rivals 1 sippi was a great river, larger than the Hudson :_ _
30,000 Havana Cigars. For commutation of subsistence two thou. and jurisdiction which are vested by existing the encounter h more serious. !1" S .

WILLIAM; SCOTT, AMES & LIVELY. sand and forty-four dollars. laws in the several circuit courts of the Uni. An Arab perched in a tree otto flight saw So silently had,this work progreued, thai _

}TOY tAY L\WD January 5, 1856. _1___ For forage for officers' horses, eight hun ted States,- or the judges thereof. And all a lioness followed, by tawny lion. with a full while half the' ,world has been asleep, georaa.

: *. iIONTICELLO'FLA. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. dred and sixty-four dollars. laws, or parts of laws, which now are or grown 'nwtre ; she lay down at the foot' of a has been spaftmng the rustiest mer; ori'ft*

.llr.ZO.185L. > 30, '. t 1 jar GROWTH OF 1855. For curreat arid ordinary expenses, as fol. may,hereafter be enacted, regulating the ju. tree, the lion stopped on' his path and seemed globe, and connecting ;Wro"' a" 'roagnilBeenff __ __

-WILLIAM 8.', DILWORTH J3aga Flat \ ,- Cabbage, Beets :- lows : repairs and improvements, fuel, and risdiction, process, 'and practice of the circuit to listen. The Arab then'heard the Distant sections territory as. the s a'ever sbjoasf
RUTA retired, apparatus, forage stationery, transportation, courts of the United States, shall be, growling of a lion, which 'wal. instantly. replied on. S
Auorn1t afid ,Counsellor at Law, AMES& LIVELY. printing, clerks, miscellaneous and incidental and the same are hereby, rondo applicable to to by the lioness under the free. This Swiftly we sped along l the io-ff k-

J January g, 186ft,_I. expenses, and departments of instruction,thir. the said circuit court for each of said districtsof mado her husband roar furiously. The dis-, Rock Island appeared hi .slhjt-'th'hIsti _

-.1.1o MONTICELLO.r' .. 4-1, FLORIDA.WJiLp Per Win R. Tettls ty.four thousand seven hundred and ninety California. And the marshal of the United tant lion \was heard approaching, and as he BOunded and the conductor,cried ool '1Piu. : _
. '. : : States for each district California shrll came nearer' tt'me'P ioiieu,roared louderwhich
: ci'ceifl.ti. OourU. of 'the Middle Cir- ORLEANS. dollars. 'enger'fur fwco: keep tJieildti'JU L'here
Mdyhzuj.flfld,'Lpirpdes, County, Ga. .FROMNEW For gradual increase and expense of Kbra- act as marsha of said cirotnt cwrtforhis seemed' to agitate her husband, for he.marched was a pata *k'.hthT-4 it:J'e ,'efeparalo' ____

M- c f ka4 'I ::1rly"_ ". 9 0 CASHSl Sides and Shoulders Hour, ry, one thousand dollars. district, and shaft attend tfo only the regular toward herWifto.force her to be silent, rIotfle.fietc. ne s.of v .tproado,; 1wTcar: *' '
1 1 .78 BbJ"* Extra Family' For of tho board of visiterg three sessions ,of said- courts, such'ipMiial 'or and then_ sprang;:back to his,old post,'roaring rflbved on:Ao.bridge was.reatiher] We'rtf

."lOU;; White Lead,' kc : lOt 50* ,", Rectified Superfine\Whiskey, thousand expenses dollars. > extra terms as may be held m either district, ""defiance hi i*.distant- rival. ,This toatkraed on-the brideeee ,tk'mighty; M ufuz iS>p( ...: _

,; s.d 9 0 f'',BOXES,Window; Glass,assorted&'No.l.-sizes, JOO, 25 ,It. Me Pwk For forage for artillery! and cavalry iWrses .which, the aid circuit judge is hereby au.thoietf about'an hour;:whet> a' black- lion 'made his' ,:rolfing OD beneath i "-and aU eyes 'were (**..
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::I; 8 .-re1I'$ YAJ I., .pare '25....".. Prime' ". Ssythji1 eight thousand_six hundred and, forty dol-- border in confiwwty to.the mode I appearance on'the plain.! The lioness. "rose tened-po the mighty pirapets ol the U gnLfl.i '
.' .''! T..ranil"r! ,: : ..'t' ,lArd' ,.' lars. directed' By the second section of the act of, 'to go toward him, hither' _husband' guessing' cent bridge,'aver.whi.I h ire,:'I'lib_.mii _
;;-.: .0' Zin. \j.' 1 ; .fi"' n:._ ;- For replacing dead andworn. oat' cavalry S .which this'act is amendat. ry. i her rntentfohVboanded toward hU-rival. 'i'he1toroiibetI 'silsnce., A J j aud ;.. dod
;; 20 IY. f.P t (bbls.. aod t.' .. .)'' ": ;/,6Hhd4.Suga/t.iI"oKiC';' < and artillery horses, one thousand dollars. ,:SBC. 3. And be further enacted, That ; andaprangat: aetf .other. rolling breath: J, :',.. ., '
. S 2 1'ii.f' "QIflbbt, ; : V h ;; ;. ..Boxes Star.Gl1oo1. -- :. For and additions to professors' the clerk of the said circuit:court,'of'the'United !i on the, grass jn:the:'; O9b.i-ae .ofd th.- Iiw'." : ,"i ,
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piritt, repairs .
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as such does not exist t; that it has no separate any sane man, that Mr. Fillmore, c .nbe, ..T|? l .dbo.,,Mc5SBer wi f Alligator: .:I.' .... t"t";I .''FljiJ. ( t.....,. ':;/ _. l.- 'in 1wri \"
\ Rt loriMan( \ & foimmlTALLAHASSEE V c.1. '* ; ...-- .......... ..i1..I"4f1. r...,""II'L.-N.. ; (!; e rt11en'i.' S.U ; **
? ;t""".' rougu' :pom : :
identity; that )it is scattered, dispersed, ted? ,-S ppo'fng thenominee. to4_be :: ,4._, ,\*: : "'f' ; "" I 1 U 51 l .. ]:i i _irtLta \
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-----------------------.-- -----------.---_._ --------- dead. And jet, in ,the face. ..of. Jhis!. acknow-.- .audtie. platform- nnexceptioflableable l- ii1t i ; The JUeciengeiY which, _baahfirctoforo t been; .Malloryinrid J { :AJ&Maxwell; wo arc p0.i 't" ....._ ,, ,:k i! I .
: 'h' i* *t* i seuicitrcop1es1rin; ; act Congress passed 1 -I -
..-- ..: '. 1. ledged fact, whafdid the..small,band ,assem. part"\9 Jf:wise men, North; or,,South, .to support conducted:with sprighth'nesa and- ability.;_ha. iEbW.i: ;
f : below .
p ''; ,. a' 'schism in 'laid aside i 'mantle'of neutrality,and steps! a few days.:,incenwhich; I I we publish ,
bled! on Saturday attempt to do! JTo link that nominee in.the face of such jts I : :'. :Bowai

S turd f, in the construction our
State to
advent ,
._- fer all Whigs who have not ,yef, acting for of black republicanism that'wh c it i is ad. of. Democracy. We,welcome and can party In MaauehcteUf. ( war
It will bo interest I
roads. with -in
.DElQQRATIC: TICKET. themselves, become united with any political mitted, rage;with such fearful violence as to of our new coadjutor in the good cause, perused bit night nt.afea 13. .A Iotl

the union and wish it full in possible meaning satisfaction by every intelligent citizen of Florida were :. .. wni. ,
party, to the Know things-to the so- alarm the good, the patriotic, lovingman success every preien Ll
We think of the affording as it certainly does, a conclusive Pangburri of Worcester, enitprB. F. Wilt.
FOR GOVERNOR t.MAD called American part.r-whose members, as of1 all parties in all sections! term.
: not The of and we add, with all The Advertiser has likewise changed its guarantee for the ,'entire dcyclopmenlofcliO of W eymout. Wood of F. ltrgb,Fottrr of
.: SON & PERRY we are informed sat there as spectators, path duty, .
defined be"
Internal Improvements as ote '
the system .
the of
the of honor in our hum position by running up flag opposi. .
'' scanning the proceedings, anxiously awaiting proper respect, path the nominations F"' An- .

:. OF AJ.JLCIXVA courrrv. the result and proudly fueling, when the deed ble opinion, would lead right thinking, well tion, and will in future, we understand, be tho in the act itself. drew Jackson Bonejwn, made (, in .

: was done, thai the remnant of a once great meaning men in a different direction. organi of the American or Know Nothing With the liberal aid lima rendered by the phia in February J lat;;,do notdeer.rjj: isp.portofthe.AinericsniofMuchuj ,.'

FOB CONGRESS, I in that section of the State. The editor General Government, whose incredulity so '
said the meet party : tmj
: and had at last taken their stand Again, it is said, and it was at ,
gallant party stubborn, it will not now yield to the convic- that the support of Meadidate. ,
HAWKINS is gentleman of high standing and withala w V>eoo-
GEORGE S. to a
that there is little if ground
upon the elevated platform of Know Nothing- ing, very any the Springfield.Platform!
tion that tho construction of our roads is no sis entwt and t ti th
clever writer and will do his
OF JACKSON:: COUNTY.Florldlan ism. Is it not so ? Can it be otherwise ?- hope ihat Mr. Fillmore can be elected, but pa'rty justice. to which the American. Partf
but in view of this i
longer problematical, ,
magnificent -
The Know Nothing party claims that it is that the contingency has not arrived which requires Another Mistake.We stands pledged, and to which we adhere. and ,
fur the Cam with donation, may be regarded as an In therefore these
and Journal their wo
the Whigs to unite strength I repudiate .
built upon the ruins of the two great political insert with pleasure the subjoined communication 1 nS"ea. .
; paign. and with the disputable certainty. following were delegate at
of the They claim also a the Democratic party, co-operate from Mr. of Gadsden in I
parties Hinsey, A correspondent of the Savannah Georgian largo to the New York Convention of 12th
It ;is conceded'by all that the appro latter to
save country .
higher standard of political ethics, loftier which he exhibits a total incongeniality of sentiment I to the of this bill ;June :-A. A. Richmond, of Adam*, and W.
to be one of unexampled impor. These not consequences of the triumph of black repub 4Journal, alluding passage S. Thurston of Lancaster. !
principles, a purer patriotism. are or feeling with tho purposes of the : in SubstituteMessrs. *-
'tance( in the political history[ of the United conceded by the Whigs, and yet a small licanism'. What contingency ? Is it meant Know Nothing Party, and consequently, an I states, that ourSenators, and Representative credit : J. E. Merrill, of-Fall River, and C. -

Slates, tnvolvfog} issues of the most delicate: band, scarcely a sufficient number to constitute that if Mr. Fillmore cannot: be elected, then to the Congress, are each entitled to much i C. Chaflee, of Springfield. A State Central
unwillingness accept proffered positionof .
of'' for their efforts, leaving no stone Committee then chosen.
persevering was
the interests .
character ranks
affecting as deeply the committee which reported the resolutions these Whigs will join the Democratic delegate to the Know Nothing Convention
: the South as the perpetuity of the Union.- least for the battle ? Is it this unturned to insure the accomplishment of this
convention in the at coming upon Broaswlck Rallroa
in '

sitting very presence which is to come off in this City next month. MeetingThe -
that the principles important measure against the most active op
Therefore it becomes be
important that will consent to
of the men who claim to be their superiors contingency they our We are not unapprised of tho fact that many several Savannah Republican, peaking of the
members of
which have position Congress.-
of thp Damotratic party transferred themselves!: to the ranks of allies ? and similar errors have been committed in recent railroad meeting at Brunswick, Ga.,
the of Jefferson I They pressed it through, and for such noble
days -
statesmen We them in the first
guided to place) -
those whose ] they do not say you :
principles espouse almost every county of the State, and the.pnr'ties and services entitled to the says _
successful administration of the profitable are gratitude
in the and whose assertion of a higher and better admit that the elevation of your favorite who have thus been placed without authority A short and imperfect account of the '

gon rnmentshould be known and appreciated but to the Presidency is a thing scarcely within of the people of this State: ing of the Brunswick DC
patriotism they cannot despise. Nay, in a false position, are impatiently awaiting Raia *, oo
by the people generally and desiring to bo distinct tkc of possibility-and in the second AN ACT the 15th instant, taken frm a slip (
to act as a party, range amit
more, they assume the opportunity this fall, to that
useful in the propagation of these 5 principles and thus far their acts can avail for place, that if not admitted, the dissatisfaction prove very Granting public lands, in nHertinte sections, I u from the Herald office, will b
so mistakes have been made in classing columns. Our
great the States of Florida and Alabama our senior .
'in the for President and Vice to to cotemporary th
coming canvass such a purpose, they undertake to transfersans with the nominations at Philadelphia-the entire them with an organization with, which they aid in the construction certain railroads i edtor; of the Georgian & Journal, a pr,.

President, as well as upon the great matters ccrcmonic the whole body of Whigs, repudiation of two thirds of them at the have no affinity in principle or feeling. iu said States. I sent at the meeting, and furnishes some de.

affecting our State interest, wo propose to bound hand and fo't, into the same ranks North of all that was done there, proves to tails not received from other lure
-- Be it enacted the Senate and House I
furnish the Floridiay 4.$ Journal for the cam the saisfaction of one who will sec whatis by of : seems that the Directors have deline
I with themselves.Old every QUINCY, :May\ 20th, 18.m Representatives oflhe United Stae of America I surrender certain charter

paign on such terms as will bring it within line Whigs of Leon !-Old line Whigs going on, that success to the Know: Nothing EDITOK OF THE FLORIDIAN &: JOURNAL. in Congress acseinbled, That there be,. lantic & Gulf Company, which surrender wu At.

the means of all, and to induce "clubs" to ticket is ] This contingency and is to the State of Florida -
of Florida wherever j oufare; dispersed, will utterly impossible. Sir :-I have seen my name announced in hereby, granted made by the provision of the charter a necessary -

subscribe for the puYpose of gratuitous distri consent to be thus fettered? Will then has arrived. But it may be said for the purpose of aiding in the construction condition to the mcca. of the last
you you theSentinel, others, as a delegate to
bution. Then, at l JQut to those friends who thus to bow the neck and surrender the the contingency meant-is the non-acceptance among railroads from St. John's river, at mentioned work. We are also told that the
agree tho American Convention about to assemble .
Jacksonville the Escambin
to waters
bay, Trunk road
Main left
think end act with us may we be allowed to : I of Mr. Fillmore, and that in that case the was wholly out of
right to exercise your own judgment in obe- ;. in Tallahassee, nnd as it is well known by all at or near Pensacola; and from Amelia island, and the to tequestion

appeal to take a lively interest: in the circulation I! dienco to the behests and in compliance withI old! liners" would have no objection) to actwith who know me, that I am a Democrat, and as on the Atlantic, to the waters Tampa bay, foward their own company work according pt

of our paper.} Feeling that we are but I I I the fiat of a convention so insignificant in the Democratic party. Surely this can. I disclaim connexion with the American with a branch to Cedar Key on the Gulf of original plan. Contact were made t with
discharging a patriotic duty, we shall enter the numbers however respectable} be their 1 not ]be what is meant: for this would be an Mexico ; and also a railroad from Pensacolato planters along Brunswick (or
I may I Parly, ncj being even at their meeting surrey
< present
the State line of Alabama, in the direction
heart rtfid that determination and wooden
with grading
canvass a willing I character and however clear their title in I acknowledgment that men claiming to 1 bowi superstructure as fa ute
when name was announced at a del of alternate section of
my Montgomery, every which told
AUapaha, b
wo are ,
of which the imminent crisis I M.
purpose : other cases, to be considered sound, safe, wise -o, prudent and patriotic, upon a grave and egate. I therefore, beg that you will insert land, designated by odd numbers, for six sec venty miles beyond the proposed.initial sm.point
dfnands of even' citizen to do all that in him I momentous matter, iiivohing no less than thu in width each side of each of said
and patriotic) advisers.Ve! say in other this in your coJumns in order that my friends tons on of the Main Trunk road; while
lifts for the advancement of the great and I of the Union themselves and branch. But in it shall argent
paramount cases and other respects competent to advise I integrity : they being know that I case appear have been mado with northern loas t
I am a
interests of lite country. in their own estimation, the part that can may that the United States have, when the nish the iron for'the whole of
but in this instance
I! and direct, they were not. have biien one, and expect ever to remain: lines routes of said roads and branch ditance.-
the second Saturday or are Nor is this all: We are told that
Wo propose to issue on save that Union from peril, must ]bow to the Blna-
II to
: We ask there not members of theI ,
were .omie. V/ours/ very respectfully!= definitely fixed, sold any sections or any parts wick Company, not content with
until after the Presidential destroying
in June, and continue will of and detcnninc their action
one man,
i I Know Nothing party on the very committeeI I I G.; T. HINSEY.P. : I thereof, granted as aforesaid, or that the right 1 all prospect of the Main Trunk, have determined -
election, the Campaign Floridian 1 by the course which lie choses to adopt.- of has attached to the! then
I I which recommends a particular course to the I pre emption same, i to frustrate a connection between Savannah .
and Jotlrnal the following! rates : When it is borne in mind (that these wise P. S. 'I I belief my case is by no means nn it shall be lawful for or to I and
I| Whigs! If so, of what value] i is: their advice prudent 'I : any agent agents Florida east of the Allapaha, and
4 exception, and have no doubt, by the time for : be appointed by the of said State, have ordered their '
To a single Subscriber} $ 00 Could coinmitlc of five old line (! and patriotic men, doubt the possibilityof governor engineers survey and
a straightout -
To a Club of 3, aiUrcssTo sam.e P. O., 2 00 I i d Mr. Fillmore and of them your next iss>uo, you will have received sever- I to select, subjeot to the approval of the Sec. locate a branch line over the same route',they .,
;' Whigs: have }been found at that meeting 1 ctillg many I I"I i of the Interior, front tho lands of thei
a Club of 5, :300 I I I other I communications: of a similar[ nature retry claiming cxcush.e privileges twenty mile on
cc 7, '"4 .< rt Qfll .( PosMbly] but barely so. We repeat' then, I admit that it cannot be done, we think it is I from others, who find themselves without their i United States nearest to the tiers of sections either of their main fine, but of .

<< 10, l< 7 00 !I that the political complexion: of those! present I fair to conclude that the withdrawal: of that i above specified, so much land in alternate their branches. They have also determin
in the
The money mu t invariably accompany the !j at the meeting, but not participating, among i gontleman: from the canvass is not the contingency knowledge, same category. I sections, or parts sections, as shall be c. on another branch, from their lne
Those Americans fellows. such lands the States have
arc great qual to as United ]
J I to which allusion is made when it is : I
who ,
order to injure attention. i whom recognized many: were once I'
G.: T. II. suld, or otherwise :appropriated, or to which Our cotemporary of the Georgian & Jour
-- I j Whigs}, proves l' conclusively that tho Whig conceded! that there is a condition of things tho of have attached
rights pre-emption
The Whig Convention of Saturday last. ---- as nal is evidently alarmed at tht"s bold and decided
I 1 I Party, as> such I I, 's no more ; and, I if t this] is not in which the Whigs might consent to be the Problem Xo 5. aforesaid ; which lands (thus selected in lieu movements on the part of the Brunswick -

Truly a strange pectaclc' presented itself !, sufficient proof, the act of the few Old allies of tho Democracy in the struggle againstthe of those sold, and to which pre-emption rights and seems think it i il

to a considerable number of the people' ] of Lc011 ..,j; Liners there, in adopting the candidate of black republicans, and all the other dan Suppose two planets' moving vestwardlyill I have attached as aforesaid, together with the CompanJ of the t company lat car
their orbits, to over the meridian of sections and of seotions
Qounty on Lijt Saturday. pass parts designated by out mill which they rcsohed
I doing.-
and deadly ins which have upon
I the Know Nothings, their existence in gerous sprung
It is known that a call was made upon the j merges Tallahassee) at the same instant, the velocityof ] odd numbers, as aforesaid and appropriatedas We shall not say it is in their power, but
t that of the which claimed of late, threatening to blast prosperity ) n
to up
previously shall be held
party aforesaid) by the State of the late
the ]being eleven-fifteenths that of the : wo may say
old line or as they arc sometimes called) tho one < I meeting
j! have ]been erected upon Whig ruins. The of the country, to obliterate every trace of Florida for the use and purpose aforesaid : no additional ways and mean develop
other what meridian will these
c' straight out Whigs, t to assemble on that fraternal if not to the ; two planets Provided That the land to be losatcd I
act itself is an acknowledgment of the ruin feeling, destroy very so which they possessed heretofore, when they
for the of taking an observation I next pass over at the same point of time ? shall in no bo further than fifteen miles :
day purpose and of the beauty and grandeur of the foundations of the government itself. case failed lo do it.

and of determining what was best to be! done !| structure. super- We have not yet done with tho proceed- _BR1NSOON_ DEL.AIX. from the lines of said roads and branch, and ,: :or ourselves, we see nothing in the late
I selected for and of each
in the juncture. Such at least, was I on account sid proceedings at Brunswick to excite our,apprehension -
present 'j It i is no answer to Ihesc views to say, that ings of the meeting of Saturday. The fact Democratic Meeting in Jackson. roads and branch : Provided,further, That on account either of"the- interest

supposed to be the object of the meeting, j in recommending to their brethren :?\Ir. Fill. that the convention failed to endorse and'coidially We have been informed that a Democratic the lands hereby granted for and on accountof of Savannah, or of the Main Trunk

though rhany opined and a few predicted the i more, who i is the nominee of Know Nothings, to appiove"J the] nomination of meeting was recently held at Marianna: the said roads and branch, severally, shall beexclusively And especially do we join issue wit Rd our co
result with an that seem; to show I applied in tho construction of that in his
accuracy DoneUon: was somewhat ominous. But this temporary suggestion .true
the and the of which have
merely adopt man not not t.
they principles proceedings we yet seen.
'all.that was 'done to have been a foregone 1 and other matters connected with the meeting, road or branch, for and on account of which policy" of Savannah, is "t strike directly fo
of the party which nominated him.- It ratified in the most enthusiastic manner the such lands are hereby granted, and shall bodisposed Albany." -. ,

coucrusion, and the proceedings of tho meet I I With due respect to some of our Whig friends we must reserve for another time, promisingto nominations of tho Madison: Convention, and of only as the work progresses, and ._ __-

ing a mere formality-a sheer farce enactedto (and there are many of them for whom wehave return to a theme suggestive of much that was especially! gratified at tho distinguishedhonor the same shall be applied to no other purpose Party Politics.The .

conditlc the sad tale winch lyid long since the highest personal regard) who take may, if properly set before the minds, and conferred upon their own fellow citizen whatsoever: A.nl provided,further, That any f American" or Know Nothing '"ke

been tom, of the final overthrow, xlcfeat and }ought home to the reflection of sound, conservative and all lands heretofore reserved to the United appears tq be in statu quo, If not poshtivsly
this view of the matter submit that this Hawkins. Tho eloquently
we Judge meeting was -
dispersion of the forces! -of the old whig party. Whigs determine them to States by any act of Congress, or in any losing ground. Aa our readers know, there
would subject them to the charge of man- pursuea addressed by Judgo Hawkins and R. other for the
The sentence had been pronounced, the decree manner by competent authority, was a large defection from it at toe North, at
worship-to an overweening: confidence in a course, and independently to take a stand L. Campbell, Esq. We regret to learn that purpose of aiding in any object of internal the first The malady ha spread

had gone forth from North, South, East, man entertaining principles not consistent essentially differing from that recommended the last named gentleman] declines runningfor improvement, or for any other purpose whatsoever South, jump, intervals, one after another

and West, and even in our own city, that the be, and the same are hereby, reserved is
by the committee. falling from it. The
with their own liews, merely l because they Elector, and the active and arduous duties prop away party organs
whig party is ne more, that it had been disbanded '10The to the United States from the operation of keep up a vigorous to "get up the
found him true when he with will devolve his alternate Mr.Barnes efor
that it had fought its last fight, and i once agreed Democracy of the North. now upon this act, except so far as i may be found enthuse :" but it very much the
\ them. If :Mr.: Fillmore is the firm, decided of Jackson. It was pleasant news to necessary to locate the routes of said railroads earnest whistling of little boy
passing -
There the Ricmond -
that its members acting upon their own iijdividuul was once, says Enquirer graveyard
man they represent him to be, then he will learn that :Mr.\ Campbell, heretofore a Whig or branch through such reserved lands; i to keep up their The girafs
responsibility, and governed by the dictates a Whig party in the North-a party of core
in which case the right of only shall bo character of the ticket in
.way front
most assuredly! if he endorses with his approval and a gentleman of fine intellectual abilities, -very bat
of their own judgments must go where known principles, compact strength, and high granted, subject to the approval of the President i miserably diminutive and stunted in the hinder -
the principles of the Know Nothings, is ardently attached to the great principles of
the solemn demands of duty and patriotism aspirations. In more recent times, there was of the United States. : part-was a bad thing' to begin -
be found firm and steadfast in the maintenance democracy, and by his influence in tho West SEC. 2. And be it enacted That wit
require them to take their stand. a Know party in the North-a party of pha. further i !Many of the very best and warea.riendaof
of wliLt his mind adopts and his judgment will contribute much to the success of our the sections and of sections of land Millard Fillmore-men prefer to
Yet in the face of this proclamation con- risaical pretensions, secret organization, and part
approves. And if old line Whigs vote party. which, by such grant!, shall remain _to the. United -_ any man in America, -cannot "go" the tail
sucha insatiable for public plunder. There
the appetite
the tomb Whiff
stffalnc to party as -
-- side of '
States within miles each
six on the .
G C? for him, knowing him to bo a Know Nothingand appondant They regard Philadelphia!
.and leaving" each individual member to the is now neither Whig nor Know Nothing partyin said roads and branch, shall not be sold for nominations placing him"ia a'grovjously
: pledged, of course, to their doctrines, it ALLIED NH'I"l: GULF.-A late i ii a
guidance ... will only be cumulative evidence that these i Kingston, Jamaica, Journal says : lands when sold nor shall of said in
exercise of his own judgment, I on their ruins Black Republicanism p'ants the ; any Europe, and the uncertainty of hi*

Old those who had not attached "old liners" have abandoned the party which pillars of its power. : II. B. M. ship Powerful ((83)) Captain Mas- lands become subject to private entry until cordial acceptance, if he accept at all, contributes -

ttUe IJnel'8, they contend yet exists, and have merged in : vie, from this port to Havana, with orders to the same have been first offered at public sale t make the "damper" experienced1'

themselves to the Democracy, and those who that which their ruins. With It was only after a severe struggle that the : unite all the English and French naval for. at the increased price. at the first from this aedliaise.ripenintoa: ;

- had never dived into the mysteries of Know sprung up upon Whig party of the North was absorbed by ces stationed in the Mexican Gulf and to SEC. 3. And be it furth enacted, That downright chill] the condition of the.
proper deference to those who differ fromus abolitionism. The Know Nothing mado start for the said lands hereby granted to the said .nde.
Xothingiam, or been led astray by the aurora party immediately Nicaragua. American partj S i aptly i ia.
of Americanism and we must be permitted to say, that it is no_ resistance, but leap with impatient desire The French frigate L'Ambnscado had State shall be subject to the disposal of the the soliloquy of Kendal of .zpr
borealis glare an sheer nonsense to talk of supporting for polio into the embrace of the seductive harlot reached Punta Arena with strict orders to put legislature thereof for the purposes aforesaid, he heard t his aYD.when

i purer in its pretensions than that which actuated tical office a man merely for the man himself From the incestious connection has down any filibustering expedition she might and no other ; and the said railroads and namesake, the Postmaster or New Orleans :'

dlkl' souls of all l sprang a fall in with the branch shall be and remain public .
the breasts inspired'the when know that -from inclination from on high seas. highways "Oh .B cu! .B cu!t" ..- M)
tree hearted whigs, were summoned to meet we great Fusion Party, which dominates tho The screw steamship Pembroke ((60)) Capt. for the use of the government of the United You're,in a very bad fix !P ** .

L in Council consult together,and resolve what duty), from the impulse of feeling and judg. North, and threatens ruin to the country. In George II. Seymour, and the screw steam. States, free from toll or other charge upon ."Memphis"Mr. 'BuUdL.+ -

ment that man will subserve the views and its vast coil every element of sedition, discontent ship Cornwallis, ((60 guns) Capt. George G. the transportation of any property or troops .

their plans should be in the ""coming",*' political promote the interests of that party whose and lawless ambition is comprehended ; Wellesly, were waiting orders at Bermudaon of the United States. FU..lefs.Freli."

contest. principles ho espouses, and whose policy ho and all the diverse materials arc compressedinto the 3d March. SEC. 4. And be further enacted, Tat Mr. S. G. formerly law,
Who responded to this call f Where were the lands hereby granted to said Stat. of Mr. ,Fillmore, 'member of
Can it be then that old line part D07.a
the Whigs! Where that gallant band, who approves. a sort of shape and unity. Against this 0:7: The Washington Union, noticing !\Ir.Fillmoro's bo disposed of by said State only in manner Congress is 'singled oat by:the,' SoatirAraericans -

after fearful route and sad discomfiture, Whigs throughout the State-can it bo that monstrous combination the Democracy of tho hobnobbing with tho Pope," and following: that is to say, that a quantity of a* the spokesman of Mr.F&more] ,
even the committee which reported the resolution North; and the Democracy alone, oppose a his visit to the King of Naples land, not oxceeding one hundred and twenty and by them,to
r- still held their heads in the face of the foe, very justly prononne b or.o"
up sections for each of said roads and branch
for the meeting of Saturday, will, upon bold front and proclaim eternal war. With ofce. i .
-and in view Of another battle, triumphantly observes :- and included within a continuous length of at this 'awl write to wi
consider themselves bound to ,
I shouted defeated, but not conquered-over-: sup tho vigilance of a vestal virgin they have guar But seriously, and in sober sadness, we twenty mile of each of said roads and branch, that Mr. tine "BOa'
paper algnUy acceptance
whelmed but not dismayed-routed, but not port the nominee of the Know Nothings, ded tho purity of their principles. With a I think that neither tho United States nor their may be sold ; and when the governor of said of the"Flmor. .wi .hi a*

of pledged as he will bey if he is faithful and martyr-spirit of self-devotion, they deliberately i ex-Presidents can gain either honor or advantage State shall certify to the Secretary of the Interior he receive'an" nminato 1 I of the

: subdued"IVhere that moving mass high firm, to respect and -observe tho principles of encountered the pains of political) death, rather I from this recent practice of wander that'* } twenty continuous miles of sme.sal Mr..Haven was one of tha.steadfast
spirited. 'and enthusiastic meu that poured ing about Europo, picking the crumbs or"either of said roads branch is .
_ tho new party.If up any or completed Fuller men" who 'were ealogite i *ej
down from the mountain tops and bill fides- than abjure one article of their glorious that fall from tho great men's tables, and then another quantity of land hereby extravagantly by the Southern K.N'c.fo*

that rose from the valley( and spread along: Mr: Fillmore thon accepts the nomination faith. Prostrated for a time by the sudden trumpeting forth to the four winds every little granted, not to exceed one hundred and twen- standing aloof from1 Bank Ho '

- the in answer to the tyuglo Hast that of tho so called American party with the storm of popular fanaticism which swept over attention they happen to receive from crown ty sectins for each of said roads or branch, thoso cute individuals not to o.o
plains / bC
liners" have assumed ed heads or hereditary dignitaries. To be having twenty continuous as t the last ballot.for he M
I of the ? Where! "resolutions apnex d, are the old the North, they again an erect mies"c completed on Spe kef upmissing"
: told of a gathering Whigs vain of these is the indelible brand of con- aforesaid, and included A continuous -All his, preteuded ,.'
will take Mr. Fill- and defiant attitude of resistance to tho exemplified *
arc the& emblazoned banners with inscriptions prepared to say, that they cnotnies scious inferiority, and it is a remark of every length of twenty miles of each of such roads in his long opposition ror.

.that warmed the blood and awakened more, principles and all I If so, they admit of the Union and tho Constitution. The intelligent foreigner, that iu no country of the or branch, may bj) sold ; and so, from time to was nothing 'more nor J less lhan 11r.. playing*,

.- rmtitatic emotions I Where were those serried that they are part and parcel of tho American result of recent elections in the North shows world is such ignoble deference paid to those time, until'said roads and branch are comple.ted opossum." It was a most ,oornenlentwsy .

I columns with standards still borne, nobly and party, and it is mere folly to prate'about separate with what heroism they encounter the formidable distinctions of rank and those hereditary hon ; aud if any or either of said roads or ,to get a national reputation. .. :under fal t- .

- I all foe with what unshaken ors, which have been repudiated hero as unworthy branch is not completed within ten years, no 'tences. : ( ,
old line and that courage thcJ'sustain ,
fearlessly into the midst ef the fcouflict, exhibitihg j organization, j
-1 of; freeman. This is most further sales shall.be made, and the lands Unsold .
especially We to refer the sd ktt toW''
dosirq %
the of his hosts. All *
a mom courage and a daring that sort of stuff. But the Know, Nothings say, charge motley tho ca .,q\Ong what is called tho more en- shall revert to thoU nited States.. another chapter, in hipoflticaljQryofMr.l ..

!' challenged the respect of the opposing hosts, the.platform was adopted by Southern \' honor to tho Democracy of the N ortb They lightened-das, and,the fashionable ladies.- SF. 5. And be-further enacted,' That 'Fillmore'a cbietspoeaxn.sL DPrtIj tha$aW4 ..

S stand it and if contend single-handed against a confederacy Nothing' is more common than to see ono of the United States mail shall l be '
and made to feel that they! met foemen wor aud Mr.\ Fillmore can 'Upon transportedover ful struggle foi the apeaierthip_,A ia Mr.-Haven

of their steel t. elected he will bo true to the SoutH, sound, of traitors, but the sympathies and prayers of our.heiresses throwing herself away on a beggarly said roads and branch,' under tho direction the best.Northern Knaw.<'Nothin ,.la
thy 'adventurer with a title, and bartering of the Post Office ,Department, at such. b"rouDd."avmlaaDe"ro '
all with them to console tfcm
- Alas_1 alas!f tho blazonr of those banners safe, and conservative.' In answer to this, patriots of parties are her youth, her beauty, her fortune, and her price as Congress may by law, direct : Pro. b.- .

_ vtK> longer l glitter! $i'd F the sunbeams. That we say first; God save' the ,#South': fro .8ucb in i the hour of defeaitbnconragein tho agony 1 happiness, for tho empty distinction of b ii1S' vid" That ntilucb price'ia fixed by law, men_ at l } the, t..1. "''

- standard is no longer r itcd-, The Jl:1g'it platform makers-and secondly, if it be true unequal comb t; and to exult and ap. called! .my' lady the countess or baroness. .shall. have the power olution! ,te'Sout. of :: r8e-J ; :.,
I atFhiiI.alelpIila in the joyous day of hard won victory. But Uteio are.what Mr.- Webster called obsolete1deaa" ;., 'to determine the 'same. eredof. ,
the of principle* adopted plaud the .
wares over mql. that platform ; \ .
proud inscription! n9.Jonger : "' : : :" ?:<
preseltConges. .
and d.oubt !
marshaled was carried by- Southern votes T ; no Millard Fill- z'c 6. And be further, enacted,: 'a a u "I'_ ? .., \
L 4 litudinou. .forces that were once A boy at school, out .West, when called I more, who, as the chronicler says, is sure similar grant of altcmate'sections, o( public. la Rorir.Speaker ofbeHo'Jqscntattves f'

: for the,. con estnndr! the !leadership of their and in opposition to Northern dew_of-Americanism ,,,: out to'recite his lesson in'history( ,.was'asked : to be.out.next President! ," will give .u* the, land is hereby made to the.8tate,t of Alaoaroa,' :for l the Thirty\ fomt CooerewTof i 4 ,,_ ,.

-_ ': great: jchleftain in days gCne by. In plain ia defiance of tho opposition of _" What is the German Diet composed oft"! 'benefit of hjs travelled experience, :and, cor" .to'aid, inline cor construction: a::rallroid'fromMontgomery States :' ,::. .

the solemn farce enacted on Saturday Northern fuen who now,spurn and 'deride itvhero The boy replied" Sour krout, schnapps, la- 'reet.tbelo. vulgar: .hocne.bredhnotiOni, of"re.rmblican ,In said.'State,,to'tht \bQtdi'. ; teUnie :' '. .. : ,
language confirmed, what had'previoudy'been i, an* \ ; i is the nationality. the; party, and gerbeer, and nix cOlUe ,oulche." Boy! 'pro*, : simplicity i J ,,-;and. all i that- 'sort .of dem line between Florida and'Alabama' ; ; .' hJ( 1 .tfd'w, :. : ; ,

t ihnritntlwlr:' :nrinnnnct-\\ \Vbigprty[ ;. ',what,Ijopu!' can, .possibly 1; .exist'in: the '!miiid of( mul d iUblaut.r. :oeritic. .. uonaeDle.I- ... ";" ." rection of P na.o1za' _. ,.'d It ta', .'. qnect.\vit" .,t4y I'a.Ct;Uk, '.' ""yout'. .icatT. 1"Ir ; r, I. .r.

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:,'_'fro ] and the- stoppage: pt QUT merchant V ves" THE SOUND DCES.-On ,the 8th instant, PROCLAMATION V !" .Cf!''" '"S minJ I t., '; J. t .

\V11thcGtroy, May"i7.- ) there is 'no' doubt the administration has the Senate proceeded to the consideration ofa P8TQP. ,. I.f J ,! ;..8"TfrA' f;s j OODa.

went in the Star that Mercy determined lit all'hazards resent itand;, f ''ir 4; ,c Resolution from the
diplomatic relations with determination is all the more important reported Committeoon JAESBROOME! "B rl1rrq.f .

Lord Clarendon's dispatch,d n8.it is the result of outside pressure by distinguished Foreign Relations, declaring tho notice Governor of the Stale gf JFlorida.THBEE f; 'STORE. compWt" ., c It __ ___

Crampton, is understood to men in Congress whirh"cMnollonger which had been given by the President, to HJJHDEED DOLLAES REWARD.1 V Tallab lilea. tion.to wbldb btitrtbf tt rtJoa of/ "(fc" J _

ceived tody.DivcxAss.rThe. resisted.. The bold and avowal of with When You Visit would ennuwjrittib,..c'r1.: V _
prompt Denmark to terminate the that
treaty ..... Plain and fancy DrmM'RoC3amoCollari **. _
JrDGE: ( Douglas in favor of the immediate relating to the Sound Dues sufficient V Gresoe3abl3'J.-.
I government attended to this establwb-
hielJ J heretofore recognition of Nicaragua forced the President THE daily patronage d m'o "
Whig ri8.Trimm '(
andthat other farther act of it induces us still further to enlarge our bUSIness .
no or .
the flagpf Judge Douglass for f into that course. ; I. WHEREAS an atrocious murder was committed in the Staple Dry Goods, Fine Groceries, ,and every demptkri ftr.'PeptkfMfe wdRx t.
Mr. Crampton will receive his legislation is necessary to put an end to such. I t of William Millienn in the County Western Produce line. "We now offer to the >t ,Sfx*.. Caps"*te, ttt;::QIIrW" aad
ST..LOUlS, May 17.-Ad\ I speedily V V I :'Ie( !Marion i in this State, on the night of the first of country TallaWwee Florida and S. W. Apple I Brandies. ,OM Port MUr Stony.; Vi _
of the !law of the l citizens of Middle
thnt Go,' Shannon passports. The President declares that the treaty as part Ijne.Mr. -wid Oordbh.
I I'SyOsndiedSpc
state nlOr. I tflrch,. by:some person unknown. Now therefore such inducements and bargains as can not fail to arid CMfiipsenev Borgnndj. JB- *VWIn ,
t press to Lexingtetf! M.O., with only reason he did not dismiss him long since Sumner and Mr. Seward'contended tnnt the ends of justice may bit snbwrved and thegiaiHy Geo please. It will afford us pleasure to show our GooJs, .*:"!iogieeri' aI'

rrestGov'Robinbon.' the desire to wait for the reply of the that the "of the direcj i)0 party: brbojjhf to condign punishment ; Know and PRICK them before purchase elsewhere. Our irtmnrdvre.: Cro&eff aid Ofin WMr. 1
papers reply of the British to the demand abrogation treaty ; f SfK that I James E. Broome. Governor of tlie Slate of stock you suitable for town Chain-Pump fav*,: .Price* a nsoal,trr Vnr.. .
Tbo ErrijferpV Alexnoder H. government ly lend! ] to war, and that, therefore the con Horida: do hereby offer the REWARD of ?300 for the now comprises every thing I would Legof*fe.0 'rto har 1Uh"Jt' a
Czar of Russia"af: Moscow, on for Mr. Crampton's recall, so as not to apprehension of said person, upon evidence sufficient I and country Trade. V and nettle their laatyear'a and pWriow ttettnmU aw* .9

gust, being.tltc-fctc of his be obnoxious to the charge of want of due sent of nil departments of the governmentwas I to lead to his convict ion. V Staple Dry Goods, Hardware, &c. to delay longer. My proflti:wafnotjtatj t .aarfi k..r V

"will fce.about courtesy. As to the issue between Claytonand necessary and ought to bo obtained.I. .In testimony wbere, I have hereunto set',my V FINE.AND FANCY GROCERIES credit .To enable mt to keep up ID1..r ertdit .
expense Crampon, not much credit is attached to Otl.er Senators sustained or opposed the re. baud, nnd caused be affixed the Seal of the I must hare prompt payment .arur.'&:eV4 of rack f _

PADRE VIJIL.-Tho the statements of tho former. [SEA.U]State of Florida. Done at the Capitol, in the FRENCH BRANDY WINES, CORDIALS. year, otherwise I ani subjected to.gratiaeoataeitac i *
ington from Nicaragua, is said solution, but we do not find their grounds set City of Tlllb IlVSee, thU 19th day of May, A. knd expense.. I hope this appeal will not."]- Tain.
Iii Store and now rectieing per
ka.te..nan, He forth. Mr. Crittenden V D. 856. THOMAS HAYWARD..
was went against abrOgating '
AND THE April, 1856. k Hfi
Canada, from whence he the treaty-Denmark was poor, and the Governor of Florida. MTV:' W."E. Fettes & Wild Pigeon -
n1eri a. There ho became a Steamer George Law arrived at New By the Governor. Attest-: FJZ03T NEW ORLEANS: For Snle. "
amount was too small for us to think about,
ing in politics, was forced to York lately with the California mails to F. L. VlLLSriGCK. .: V

-under a government:' he the 21st nIt.r1be California news is important etc. Secretary of Florida. (JT J TIERCES S Casks plain Sugar cured Hams do. TRACT0fIdOd.thepropirtyofEatstIoJuhml ,

acquired considerable General rains The subject was postponed until the 9th May 24, 1856. 24 3 Shoulders, A P. William., all.d Totnoka,situated Halilaz ,
had fallen and the min _
50 years cf age nod a and subsequently made tho order for Tues 4 Ribbed Sides, River. iu Orange Co., about 60 milct Sou1b-' ,Nt fruui ;
ing business had taken a new start The A Plantation for Sale. 3 u Clear the City of St. Augustine. 'n1e said tract/ooatalos :1/'
day. The was to have been abrogated 810 acre, more or less,and. j is wtll adapUd*tot the t
treaty Louis
50 Bbls. Extra Superior St. Flour, ,U
$I (
01:111.ar steamer brings ,(50,000 in treasure.No ; f11E undersigned will sell at private sale, a .
The New York Sim l 'a Culture of the Sugar Cane. For terms apply to
on the 14th of last month,-some- BiLL JL very desirable plantation, ten miles NorthEast 40 Superfine .
aid1 is being forwarded from further disturbances had occur d at 30 Ohio a. ALBERT E.HERTZ.Palatka. .
of Tallahassee four Hundred of V
time in last month certainly, but in order to containing acres April l. 1858.. & .
20 Molasses, V
Costa llioau Government, to j I! Panama. Tho United States sloop of war excellent Oak and Hickory, and pine land; One hun- V L V
tinue thb war upon : : give time to Denmark to try and arrange matters dred and fifty of) which is under cultivation. 20 Boxes Oranges aud Lemons, V I _
j St. Mary's was still in port and owing to the There are on tho premises a comfortable dwelling. 2 Bbls.! Coooa Nuts Just Received, ?. : "
the present' liberal : j unsatisfactory answers of tho Governor had the abrogation was postponed two months house and necessary out houses with a new gin i 1 lot Pine Apples and! Banana, PER WM. R.PKTTIS- FROM'NEW OBLEACCB .
tion. Our information is and wiil take effect in June. Half I 150 Bbls. RectifiedVbiskoy,
now a house and scn-w. Firt rate well water and good BDIA Extra and Flour 'f
informed reliable i i avowed his intention of there for 20 Mesa Pork, 90 Snperfio .-, -
.and wholly remaining health the For terms of sale '
dozen different projects have been started in enjoyed on place.; apply ( 5 Dug prime Rio Coffee, i1
therefore,. .we .cau.state it $ 1 I the protection of tho transit passengers until to the subscribed,xesidinir on the premises. I. 40 Kegs Lard"' t 2 Tierce S. C. Uaou \ I
Europe for capitalizing the dues, or otherwise DANIEL L. HOUCK. 4 V
'material aid' --rojnprites< ha received further orders from tho V 6 Ilhde. Brown 2 Casks Shoulders ;
Govern- Sugar,
and II o lit!\, and men would ( |i I arranging the matter but nono .of thes'oprojectb --May--24. 185fi.- 21 40 Sacks Rio Coffee S Bbl.Sugar bou e Huaue! i" }$ f t
mcn t. 5 Wh k>
they coulJ''be obtained" seem likely to give satisfaction to 25 Bran FKKD TOVB Cows. jt 'a- ?p
Grain Cradles Hoes Straw I 6 Boxes Claret. y ,
I *
President's Veto-Sir. ( A serious accident occured to a train ont the parties in Europe) or to the United OlXttorS, C&3G.: 12 12 Boxes" Cheese Star Candles., ? AU of wLk-L will U- old low by *$T I jf

j the Panama railroad carrying some of the States. 4 Kegs Butter, No. 1 Article, g.SKIOQHT. ;
WASHINGTON-, May 10.- have received an assortment ofO rain Cradle! i

vetoed the bill! for the j, George Law's outward. bound pa sengers.- "TE Straw Cutters Weeding and hilliii'r Hoes.- 24 12 Kegs Boxes spiced Brandy Pig Cherries feet. :N-fl-w- 33 O OI3LS.TUST :, :* ,

Clair Fhts.at"the mouth of !! Thirty persons were kf.own to have been "SlIK WOULU HE A SuLUIKK," HUT COULD Nails of all sizes Steelyards, Scale Beams, &c. ic."ALSO 200 Sacks Salt. ChEat! C'ut.\r!II cu&rtl!I ll! RECEiVEDV : /-K* / .

It is understood he will I killed 10 Tierces Caro. Rice, at 7c. Ib. tJ McCauley's History England ToE 3&,4, ;
and fifty wounded, but even this horrible NOT.-A English girl aged only sev- per '> ] .
the out the I young India Bubbers pa king. Copper Belt rivet, Blind Now is the only time to purchase. Call and see Irving's Life of Washington, ** '.' V i '.1
clearing :\
destruction of life it is feared did not cover teen, recently enlisted Windsor, in Eng Staples and I a good assortment of Carpenters tools I me, earner of Jefferson and Muuroc Street.J. Calliouti's Complete Works. **" yBancroft's V 4.

wrecks sunk by Government the full details of the dreadful disaster.- land. Although she slept the first night in Building hardware, &C. ic. For sale by LLOYD, & Hildretli'i United StaId, VV < f V t'I'f';

Mr. Crampton's case was room where there were several beds occupiedby G. & .T. EGIXSISS: I Auctioneer and Cvmmiisicn Merchant. Alone-The Hidden Palh. _V V,- "I

in\abinet Council to-day. ( The catastrophe occured at the Obispa bridge, men, her sex was undiscovered, nor was. May 24, 1856. 214wNotice I May 17, 185G. 20. McDOUGALLHOBDY.April -"" ,

fccrled he will: be dismissed' I and the train in which it occured contained she found out until she was forced to appear -- ---- -- --- -- 12. 1856. J5._ 't.'.

-- j nine hundred passengers. in the presence of a surgeon to undergo an FOR SALE. Just Received, t :

From Kansas. I examination, and was ordered to strip off 4 MPvS. DAVIS, Milliner begs leave to inform her ,I .it BOUT TWO HUNDRED HEAD of linn:- 1 A A SACRED HARPS. ; V V VV t _
The St Louis Republican suit masculine habiliments she had borrowed I : that she will leave for New York in a lini Chickens-Price one dollar per pair. I I 1UJ McDOUOALL HOBBY. t ::1..
I Democratic Victories in Indiana. few days, and will return by the last of I For further inform itiou enquire at this office.
epternLtr.with 1856. 15
April J2, i't :i
for the occasion. She was then taken be- ;
17 1856. 20
saJs"Our The democrats of Indianapolis have elected a large and fashionable assortment of goods in I May : .'
I foe the ------- V V -- ---
latest-information I ; a magistrate on a charge receiving her line of business, including bonnets, trimming. ttc., lime For Sale. H t>1

ritory is, that CoL Siimner has their candidate for mayor by 315 major ; Queen's money under false pretences. Her which she will dispose of on the most) reasonable Board of Commissaries of BBLS. of LIME for Sale V ; ..tI

his troops to Port Leaven !i ity, and the remainder of their city ticket by I excuse for enlistment was that she was anxious terms.May 21, 185C. 21 < Police and Health.IN I I I 30 by S.ii. KXIQUT. V I, t r,

they will not bo" called, unless ;j I still larger majorities. Tho Indiana Senti- ; to go out and see her sweetheart in thoIC' -- -- ---- _- obedience to the requisitions Ordiance 13,1 April 12ih, 186 j -.l .

great emergency. The) |! n--l says that neVer did the enemies of de. :. A subscription J was being raised to '; Administrator's Notice. hereby appoint the following individuals commis- '

ritory are in an unquiet state, : buy her out of the scrauu.TKYIXO varies of Police and Health in the several Wards of NEW COODS.
make persons having demands against tbd estate of Ft
j tnocracy a more desperate eflbrt to ALL ,
ry day outrages are j> W. Argyle, late of Leon county deceased, the city :- I '
State people' in order to bring carry their ticket ; and yet the nigger-steal ALL THE 'l'ACKS.'l'hICSTashing- are hereby notified to present them to.the -undersigned In Ward 1. Junction McCarty St with Boulevard I '
to the limits of the city North and West P. T. JOHN PRATORIOTJS -,
The execution of civil I ing phalanx have been vanquished, beaten and those administrator, duly authenticated within the rF.AncE.F 1.
ton who
lead 0
Organ, follow its I
time law this notice will be r'iiAA
prescribed by or
is entirely out of the question- cleared out, and shattered." I In Ward 2. North of Virginia St. and from Monroe MERCHANT TAILOR, I
I iu bar of their and all indebted to
rather its mi. -Iead the tcrnbl recovery ; persons .
of the kind. chagrined by to Boulevard West D. B. MECIIXNIS. Enq.

attempts letter dated Palermo I At New Albany.-which has been cursed defeat of Know Notliingiam at the recent election said thereof estate arc required to make B. C.immediate LEWIS, Admt'r.May payment. In Ward 3. North of Virginia St. and from Monroe. Dealer In Ready Made Clothing and 1
A : I East D. C. WJLSOS, Esq.V Furnishing Goods.
i with know nothing misrule for two years past in Philadelphia first endeavored to 24, 1856. 21 gentlemen's __ '
; In Ward 4. South of Virginia St. to McCarty( and .4, -

snye t i the democrats have succeeded by a majority account for that defeat by alleging that the from Monroe to Boulevard West T.J. PERKINS, E q. W J .i\f nJ .
A just from j'r Walter Gwynn t
mcssc-nger of 300. In Ward 5. South of Virginia St. to McCarty aud
.Sheriff! Jones is slightly! better, over V II Republicans: desirous of defeating the Know his services to persons, wishing to enter from Monroe East C. U. E.cLInr. Esq.In SPRING AND SUMMER t _

faint hopes are entertained of At; Terre Haute the democrats have elected Nothing, Americad" ticket, with a view OFFERS the U. S. Land Office, by locating Land Ward 6. McCarty St. to Augustine and from '

The ball entered a portion of their and all the tick I of Mr. Fillmore had determined to Warrants, or otherwise. lie will also gi ve-prompt Monroe to Boulevard West, E. B. CLAUK, E.q. CLOTHSANDCASSIMERES. V
mayor general city St. and
In Ward 7. McCarty to Augustine from
the attention to such business aa may be intrusted to him i AM now receiving an extensive aotnwat o( ,
column and
grazing spinal et except the marshal. run a ticket of their own, for the purpose of in either of the other offices in the Capitol. Charges Monroe East, D.JH. AMEs, Esq.In I: I Cloths Ciusimcres, V rsti*>gs, Drap dEta, White .
entire frame. His mind has reasonable services Ward 8. Augustine St. to limits of city South .
willbe to
: corresponding performed.Being I Brown and Linen. While and FiguredMar
and calm and he has At Lawrenceburg the entire democratic drawing off votes. Well, the returr.s come and from Monroe.to Boulevard Dr.J. P.DUVALIn I Fancy
Deputy in the State Land Office, he of course : seilles, all of which I am prepared to make .p oti
affairs in the confident in and that won't do. The Ropublican" will make for busmea*>m Ward 9. Augustine St. to limits of city South, I fashionable and V
belief ticket for city officers is elected by a large excuse no charge that Department. t-hort notice in the most styles oo reasonable -
I and from Monroe to limits of city, East lIon. J. W. .
come. lIe finds it impossible majority.At candidates hardly get a respectable May 17,1856. 20-ly V BAKER. terms. '

assassin, even in idea, as 1 e I scattering" vote. Now, the tale is that Mule In Ward 10. MeCarty St. to Augustine and from -ALSOA .
back through the folds of his t Aurora the dcmacrats have swept everything Strayed. Boulevard West,J. K. LLOYD Esq.In -
ting quietly, without' a thought before them-completely routing the I the defeat arose from the fact that the Republicans" from Tallahassee on the 26th of April. Ward 11': Augustine to limits of city South and J

the discharge of his official A'f combined hosts of the opposition who made did not support a ticket of their STRAYED sized dark colored MARE MULE, from: Boulevard to limits of city West, Bl: WILLUSJS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, ::1
about 9 years old, tail shaved wart in her left car, Esq. Consisting iu part of CaahmenttU Frock MId Sask fr
Lawrence: that day, making a desperate struggle to carry the city. own, but voted with tho Democrats. Well, and sides rulbed&f1lDe what by gear. Any person V F. EPPES, IntendauL Colored Frock and Suck. Pap d"Et. I'rool. II"Fancy 1.4

aid of detachment of U. S. we really trust that these gentlemen will sat finding her who will address me at Tallokas Post Office ABSTRACT FROM ORDINANCE 13 p. 41 44. Sack and Busloess, Alpacca Saek ant Bairneo WbHa! ,<

ineffectual efforts with the civil At Lafaj'ette the democratic majority is themselves the is Lowades Co., Ga, will be suitably rewarded and Duties of Commissaries To visit frequently their Brown aud Fancy.Lioen Coat. Black D.ap cTEtraixi VI

]>ersoiS: threatened his life; but I 248, and Tippecanoe county is claimed as isfy public already pretty receive the thanks of respective Wards-to report Violations of Ordinances Summer CaN mere Pata White and Vaoey JAtem f IV

tention to what he believed to well satisfied that the Know Nothing author REDDING B. WOOTTEN. ; Nuisances; Collections of Matter deleterious to i Pants White and Fancy Marseilles Vests Fancy ami :p.4
I good for 500 democratic majority in November. May 17. ID56. 20-3w Health; Vagrants ; and to act jointly as a Board of : Plain Silk Vests,Shirts, Collar, CraraK UDd.nnat r t" :.'1
in because
ities turned
intimidationand out V
at toek no Philadelphia were &.. 1 1I*
Health for the City-and as such, on the occurrenceof Drawers Gloves Hosiery. 1 i
He encamped not far from the people were tired of their misrule. Madame Chegary'sBOARDING Epidemics and at other times, to make suggestionsto JOHN PRAETORIUS. ft

just after dusk, when his At Vincennes the entire democratic ticket the City Council, which may tend to the better April 19. 1850. 1$ t't t '
ible from the outside, by the elected with but preservation of the Health of the City. V (; i iiR. ]
I was one exception, Have You a Diseased Lifer ?ttW' Tallahassee, May 17.1856. 20 For Iax'1etcz3.. t
form cast by the candle : YOUNG LADIES. '
his tent, he received the Remarking upon the above results, the The question, though startling, i is sufficiently ------- \k AILEY Expected U a/riv*. Th Brig. t'1 1L
Notice.I __ Times, which will leave with despatss>,
exclaimed as he fell, .' they Sentinel says : suggestive when tie fact is taken. into consideration A REPORT having become current that M'me for the above PurL Being,her last trip for this seas** '

last! I would not have banner that diseases of the Liver have become most alarm. Chegary was about to give up her school she HEREBY warn all persons from trailing, for a I Planters will do well to avail themselves of this opvr- r
The democratic to-day floats and the that it note, given by me and Joseph Williams, and .
die in tho vindication of ingly frequent in the United States. Indeed, thcra respectfully? informs her friends public ; tunity supplying to Charleston.- -
my ; proudly over the principal cities of the State. is her intention to continue her efetablibhment with its matle payable to R. Garbett, Dud Hyde, given name RICHARDSON & WHITAKKR.
and will not they avenge mcA ? are few formidable diseases that are not in some way present organization M'me.C'..niece M'me. Prevoctf: not recollected for three Hundred dollar,dated 2ht i New Port April 19.188. 15' 1A.W.DAVISVD.D.SI t. ??:

They[ have all, with the exception of Jeffor- traceable to a deranged state of that important organ (formerly M'lle.Louise Berault,) will reside with h rand April, and made payable 17tb May, 1856. the Cur- r

prevalent rumor is afloat sonville, (the penitentiary is located there,) Many of the complaints usually classed under the take iq active part in the direction and eupervisiou sidetation for which said note was giveu i is not a valuable 1 iiIk _
of tbe establishment. M'me C. prepared to CousiJetation and I nm determined not to
dent will veto all the bills t thrown off the fetters of know nothingismwith bead of Consumption, have their origin in the Liver. receive pupils during the summer. Those, whose poreuU said note, unless compeled by law.3IATHEW. pay RESIDENT OFFICE,TALLAHASSE, FLA, \._ _

railroads, principally on the which they have been bound. "Any remedy that would insure regularity and reside at a distance, will pass the vacation at ORIMSLEY.( Important Improvement in Artistic V {V i\ : ,

I hasty manner in which they healthful action in the Liver, would be a blessing to-.. ..Madame CTsl: country residence, situated in cce of tl u Jackson, Co, April 28, 1856. 20-4w Dentistry, 't _

through. It-is estimated that 1z. October and November next the whole mankind 1" has been the exclamation of thousands.,, 4. healthiest and most pleasant parts of New J ere """ NOTICED I which the face restored to its original oontour- ,'. f V ,

the Land Committee of the State will speak, and the black republican That remedy baa been fonud ; it is safe and sure.- The School will close July let, and reopen as usual BY and with it the loss'of tb. teeth suppltsJ ao a. V 4 i.tIt _
iTTtrarsday. the llth of Septimn her. we arc anxious to close our business,we would to elude etec. '
termined upon will call for : column will be shattered and lroken-swal. afforded it it bas AS Samples otthimprov.zen& Day
When a fair trial has been never May 17, 18M. 20 reauest all those indebted to tbe firms of Thos. beacon; alsotemporarysetainaert.doo I 1. .;

teen miUion acres. I am lowed up in a defeat so terrible and destructive been known to fail. H. Cnchlow & Broa, and Crichlow, Fisher A Co, to _
: ing, by iistinguished disease Grand call and settle their accounts immediately either Gntta Pnrclia V ;.
I that will be able rally Header, have you any disease of the Liver or Speculation by ,
they never again to In few that teeth .
hours so having
i the secret, that Richmond, cash or by note, or they will be placed in the bauds & persons nt- !
which believe proceeds from hepatic derange" moved have Substitute immediatelChildren's ,
in the you of an for collection. can a complete / -
er, of New York have I a corporal's guard' opposition to I 1200 PRIZES 60,000 DOLLARS attorney .
but box teeth extracted and advice _
went I Lose not a moment, purchase a o CRICHLOW, FISHER & CO. given to parents. 1,
rangement with Gen'l Pierce invincible democracy.YASIIINGTON ." Bros Pitta" in regard to the management and treatment of the ; : .
Dr. M'Lane'a Pills prepared by Fleming Mny 3, 1856. 18
that, provided they would Havana Plan Lottery --- (teeth groli*. All operations Warranted to snit U. tw. ,. t.t.t I
will restored to health. It V
burgh Pa, and they you
the Cincinnati Convention, tJl I Monroe Restaurant. fastidious. Will practioa io the prinapiil. Unrm. *: _
cast their votes fur Pierce. \ ITEMS.Tho following are is the only remedy yet discovered, in which implicit JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY throughout the State. Reference: UM foabj(. a ;-

confidence be placed. BY ANTONIO BOTOLO. the Ohio College of Dcutal Surgery and tboH who '
the latest may LOTTERY.
I understand Washington rumors :
rangement, was among for. I
be is
daily operating ; .t'
will be careful ask for Da.- il'.
Purchasers to T
Buchanan's friends; and it is II I There is nothing conclusive in the foreign j HAVE made arrangements by which I am ena- April 26, 1856. It t -.
LANES CELEBRATED VKHMIFUCE manufactured by JL bled to supply gentlemen. at short notice with I -
made a similar I despatches received here, Mr. Dallas writes [BY AUThORITY OF TILE STATE OF GEORGIA.] V } V 1 V
tho best the market afford in the line. I
can eating
Pa. All other Ver REMOVAL
FLEMING Buos. of J'illiilurs, .. t :
Douglas' friends. that had been in ,. V
a long argument adopted will be constantly in receipt of Fresh Fish, from NewPort '_
Mr. Buchanan dines II the British Cabinet, on law points involved in mifuges, i id" comparison are worthless. Dr. M"Lane'8genuine 10,000 Numbers only !11 Prize to 8 Tickets! Pickled Oysters Mutton Chops,Beefstakes.Ham TIlE War Department bM g kathorized mper. -

ctary Marcy :and demand with Vermifuge, also' his Celebrated Liver Pills, and Eggs, Roast Mutton, Roast Beet, and in fact all reward for living, Indians ,who may b*' } :
on' Secretary Marcy's ending a refusal ,
induced in for
CLASS N. captured or to come euncrah a. :,1 wilt
kinds of Meat Game aud Fish will be found at
had til Stores. None establishment
at my
$or Aikea of South Carolina. : 1 to recall but re-considered. Efforts can now be respectable Drug
was the following premiums for hostile Indian iWivi 1
its pay
fTX)be drawn June ICth, 1856, at Concert Hall,MaJL in reason, which will be served up in
j I are still making to prolong the correspondence. genuine without the slynztuievf; 14 coo, Ga.. under the sworn superintendent of Col.! the best style, to those who may patronize me. Give ered t*>the Commanding Officers at Fort Bruuko.'or '.1. ; '. ,...

t Important from; tlie t FLEMING BROS. Geo. M. Logau, and Jas. A. Nisbet. Esq. rna calL Fort Myers SonthFlorida. ; .. aa \ f

. The President's Message on t i Another corrcsporident. 'lys- Sold at all of the Drug Stores in Tallahassee and This Lottery of Havnnna is drawn on the Numbers Plan of this the has Royal May 10 1858. V 19-w' Foreachw&morbvlDg.2- woman "- .... .... .. 15Qits.2 :.' V V V i ia' I 1 .

can AffairsR' with : The rumors, alleging that tho British an. by one agent in every town in the South. Lottery Numbers and Single the Havana Lottery: 34,000 on. Contracts for boy over ten y ears.livm?.. lX\t( <> .V: "
--Vr. Grampian*.ease to be i I i swer to the demand for Mr. Crampton's recall "May 241856. 21.lwOn ly.JOjQQO Numbers-the Havana 249 Prizes-this 1200 P11C s. Trestling.OmcE The highest rate.w)1be; paid for nil neept'ery t .

Schemes of the JV!w York. $ had been received by the America, Atlantic ..-- -- Look to your interest I Now is ,the time PENSACOLA. AND GEORGIA, April 29tb R. R.1856.V Cu.l J JTallalinssce infirm"and helpless, and in these cases not--T M*1 V:. ; _
than above iodieated. J. C. CASEY. : I :
WASUIXCTO: May 15, I or any other channel, are fabricated f.J F'l 0 r L. CAPITAL $15,000, "PROPOSALS are invited for the con .. Captain U BJU; ':.' V 1 l,. ,'."
dieted, the President out of whole: cloth ; nor has such intelligence JL struction wooden cnlverta and tres- :;'

Senate '" reac.hcd'fl'. Cramplon. The character of the 14th insi, by Elder H. Z. Ardis, Dr. A. C" 1 Prize of. .. ...$15,000 !is.... .. .$15,000 thug OD the line of the Pensacola and Georgia April 2C, 185fl. Ft.llrooksTamp.11-3m' Bar,_ :" V VV .. .
lo-dajr I}<*ssflge tho is but is abso- McCAxrs to Miss F. JULIE youngest daughter of the 1" .V. .. 6,000 is. .. .. .5,000 Rail Road. from the junction with the TallahasseeRail ,, ) .. 4 r ..

American imbrogiia-- reply anticipated, nothing of Monticello Fla. 1" ... .4,000 is.. ... .4,000 Road to the Suwanueo Riv i. Some of the 'Workis AGENTS WA' V .. ?
squarely and boldly.l The d lutely known. late, y'm.O. Clark, all 1" .. .. .3,000 is. .. .. .. ..3,000 required immediately.' The'construction'of the rest I. ". ;< V: V : J VV

panying it are very voluminous Gen. Almonte, who had an offer of the r- 1' .. .. .. 2,000 is. ... ......2,000 may be deferred, to be completed aa the graduation To Sell by Subscription,a'Cobplcto HlatorOF /. V S : i

entire British Mission before leaving here, has accepted 6" . .1,000 are. .. .. 5,000 of the'road progresses. For further particular and for _.
correspondence wpUo the to the last ICEICEICE! 10. .. .. ... ..600 are. .. .... .... 5,000 plans and drafts, apply at this office. t 'riiillV2tU 'V V f
ng the difficulties between appointment, according SALE BY 60 V . .. .50 are. . ... 3,000 E. 0. CABELL President.' V : '
and Xicragua. It created advices from Mexico, and will proceed to FOR HENRY BERRY. 120 V" .. .. .. .. ..25 are .. .. ... 8,000 May 10, 1856. 19 ; : ;
R W&L'Q; :
citement about the Capitol, London immediately.So ) May 2-1, 1856. 21 bOO Approximation Prizes 20 are. .. 10,000 : 1
.. ICOD: JOE .
mated debate jn far from Gen. Gadsden having negotia-v 500 10 are .. .5,000 ,
sprang up .
tween Messrs. Critlenden \ fed a treaty with Mexico Comonfort's Government Now Eeady Ono vol. pctavciu": '.: "
It will'be totrtinned-to-ttjorrow.; has ,more than t expressed a desire Pro Bono Publico.' 12,00 PRIZES AMOUNTING TO $60,0001 I Any inanity( of Ice. -/-f .' > .. '- t V ;

for recall THE undersigned would respectfully inform the Tickets 8IO-Halves .5 Quarters 82.5O. of the genuine cool stuff just arrived, and Illustrated :with Eflgrati V V rIncluding >
CaptajjyS.and* OfthO, Navy V that be is engaged in the business of Deduction. LOTS ... ;
has returned the.Iowa now prizes Payable without sale by the wagon. load cwt. or the smalL V .
ordered to N arlgJ.1a, left The President promptly' Well'DlRfflnff, and would be happy to serve all Persons lending money by mail need not fear its By D. LADD. a'large.COOI-cd Map of.if;::, l ;

with important dispatches 'to : Land bill with his signature, so that who may.enKage biro to do their work. Haying; had being.loet. Orders punctually attended to. Communications Newport May 10, 1856. 19 War. Alto;.a bpqutifvl Chart, drasen. fydn ._._. + I
there. Ho obstacle to wholesale appropriations is removed. long experienca in tbe business, lie feels confident in k of sound banks it ."
was clawltii'a'lorig : copfidentiaL &u> notes Artist. eight npntht,w the CTUMO. '
his ability to give entire aatisfaetioontoafl.. Charges ri :.. _
. .
taken irt .
fcecrelaryfc (: :thel'. y;1efore : moderate. Those par. nutnbeis should order im Citation.State i BEING- a compleU and ralLlJa Histgryrflfer: V
wishing particular
proceed out "delay. I Address FRANKLIN JESUP.CcntreYille os of Florida )! To the 'widow or next of km of i, from tt1eomnmeoe.mentte4itLchS.' ,'MtV '. V
Yesterday-iftehtooii : The Massachusetts Legislature on the admission May 14, 1856. 21 mediate.- Address t } JAMES F. WINTER County of Letn (Rich rd'Regan. deceased: the n accounts being from Vye itoeaMs...aDd'pxrtjtji.

Lot Mr. Marcolets, ex-Mihister : of Kansas. -. Manager. Maeon.:Georgia. tTUEREAS, a petition has been .filed in my of- 'parts in too scenes described. Psrseo-a.adLs; H O'V
- V Iry flceforthegrantingofprobateof the willrecemvea. sample ..auaonoeeo ,botsxi Otsubficriptioo V _
V gua', M &Dtef "M,1856 20 nuncupative : copy (
of lie oTiourtejryi and i BOSTON, May 13, 1856. Notice. I I will of. said Richard Regan,you are hereby hook postage p epeiiby oonalvsjs,with
determination the < Vball to the Hone I natitSed that I have appointed Thursday the 10th a Letter containing full particulars of."t5." Unas witi V
admission cf weeks from
. wo apply
.' Resola io' in favor New Groceries. ,
J'f.eh' 4Wie iga.u-1mtri r' i s SIX of Probate of Leon county, for letters of ?; ,:' day of July qxt, for the hearing of said petition and agents which are very hberab .Havingbeen.tIleD, V

V F'1Mr M&reobtft Kansas the free.Statoconatituti n, and administration. upon the estate of Level Green, late of JUST Received oa Consignment which we cSer you are hereby cited' and called to appear- before me publishing business b New Haventh; pasi IJ K .

. V tAti\'e of ;Ke Taw'of"Cfod and I its" admission as a free State aid county, deceased. I cash. at the Court-boiKw iu Tallahassee, on the day afore-, the most satisfactory reference:will alwayi bs V fitsj V .
I speedy ,
Iiou& declaring JOHN DUOOAR. 30 Bags Coffee, said at 10 o'clock A. M,Iu order that. you may coo- when desired. Address V -. VV _"

tie He-entered Hreotemtr t i J measure of the first inapoitnnce to the wel ALCEY GREEN. 10 Tierces Rioe, V V ,,test' 'the same if yon think fiL -- .. V M..MANSFJELU-I\'UWla" .<,, V

. proceedin&au i &tfft & : of the and the tranquility and May :1. 1866. 21-w 100 Bbk Lime, .' V r'r, .1', O'\no\ under my baud and seal of office' 134 York Street,NewHavesVOnu', V
: < lts should pare vpoWcf : Territory 500. Sacks Salt,. VV -,$' sLVV this 7th day of May.. A.1.,.1556. V V VV May, ,. 185& .18. '- L'. "
% to J L t 'h honor of the United States, ,were pa!44.J0'n. V V V RICHARDSON WHITAKER.NewportMay DW.;, GWYNN,
:I f the dip lni tU i ne 4e b; third reading in4.&aVjQ.day by, a-vote Insolvent. Estate. Notice.. I _. 17, 18Sg. '20V- V *- V judge qf Probat.t. '.. FRESH.- ''OR9fERd'?. VV ,<. .
May .yV J 6OV I ', \ .
:. eflrnemt .; State of Florida ) V V _, **" V V V PER fO.t90,8ACKSRio
V -
< .. : .. V ,. i Exeoutors-l' + V V
ofSdtoS. tio '
: .: .VV.1: 1. : VV :of Leon. ; .
Qa ; ** "'' County J ,_ .<. ; : 1i''t\ .
&Da .. -' V .
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-&noPl .:1I&" ,> ; 1i ; I O Au penons baring clh against t.the Estate of /VN day;;the 2* Instant, I will offer for Bale be. ::7EV.V ._ '.1bRewar.f." -,..__. ''la1l b si: :::.
he >,Sambq, vharwearjto : 7U ; .ddI Jinkins, late of Leoa' county, deceased, \J fofe the Ooort-Honse ,door"la Tallana y\V tbeaaro'mir UNAWAXthabIcTIb :bi ieoD.o.t,' V
r e'e o( t' i ; 1 1'i ''. l1 are hereby TK tifl ed'to present the lame to tba'.Judge. tb staU Sofohn Solo R V .1'BbII. "" ',. y; ..ti"rr.. .
UIUveru.l meet in.I fIi): : ', .;' .rerfd no rjejoogferf to. < : } eg 1 ..bot3Lyearsi4,e' .I Dried & -" .. ... ..-.. ,. "
hre& Probate'of Leod Coantr,1;at bis OCBee'fQ TallabaaM \ .t Of
; 1 ., {, : ''SoeWd, daeeased. ,situated Bell Air, jhe'J ton?, : '
ed darkmpI.vb.fMt.ton.
'ktoJ Bet'l T zgL 1111 '
1s .
Ibati. t 10BUbta.4
fonllcd"ti.a t 'at : .-.. : .' I ; ,on of before the first Hobday in* December D'xt' 'tfta' ten term. of Uu3,:,.foore(;or less. ,Terms_made gus trndnHanrwaRl fcr,tba ipreheosionnd '.-, i' .,
IS 111.rt. : ,
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r!. CAn. nert. it 1 f] .tjw ibf $M ; 'Ge,, jor payment'pro'rata,. DlvIj: *Y-+ N....,,- 'known oo_tli day. .ROJlntTILGAK13L jot AA i: .' V V delivery of saW oe'tro to rne, iminjured.'at'my pUata-- ...Api>l.V mod PesMb Brandy Boa -PortwKhi 'W_ .- _
If round ne ir CentreviUe JOHN q. .W.
.o-un'e't.OnaQet' -.1. j : r rnj -* Juje'olreohaLe. I ,.for tala by R.a .
Cenia1KwijcAn'V May 17, 1855. JO May 10.IKK: 19 ..
It5 in htni.utertRute ir' :1 ck,1yoti tinkdi i u'11orao inside ob tao."- 1 May 2t, 18:6. :il May 3, 1838'l'. '
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: MLANE'S Come- Orje. Come All iiimkAs WHITE TO THE PUBLIC. TO;WOOL- -'-, .OBOWERSlrFIXJRIDA ''-.'' .. ; 'e'iYQ

CILEBItATpy' I and"twell [ : OEOROI&, -. uaflctaetflrcf ],. TIPI,
1 examine: DAVID C. largo i -
'A WILONS DO CERTIFY that he yel1t'c1864.. visited '
1tM.-fF' selected] stock of by himatlf OTURER'oCCopper' Sheet Iron I in FACTORY, infant ofwool, Drt .1'n,81J11 ,
"G 17
; Er' purchased i -1 yTANdF Dr. W. Moseley's Infirmary at Griffin: Go, fur thepurpose -' .
tionEtiflg Dot1 only of the realities of.life, but nlso t ..LYJVare, and dealer in all kinds of Plain and Fan of obtaining relief of a painful and dis .Lj._ r/<*f It* Jwr extracting-,"Ax>/: c4J .
very. : 4
,. : ,; Axil those' article ell l adapted ,to plNnI! Hot only in cy Tin Wares, takes pleasure in informing the citizens: treesing CAXCER of the nose and eye. My nose, was Would aJk the ffyrww.r,and near' ,ALL. KHCW Of-tfcjCOir- ." ttlS XXJttTACTVHO. fO-j 1?tO
LIrEIPILLS. ,quality and( style?, but in prides.' '1:11 I not only Tallahassee!! and the surfo'undfng country, that,be is all entirely gone'before t tferted the Doctor besides To send, their Tangledjlecett Heft Jd*t G.u.r.or;
I large, but. selected particularly for Florida mar now prepared td wait on all that wish to patronize a very ,Jeep ulceration on my cheek arid nIont my If free frdra elM, the woof tbej,wfao, .OUTLAY of I*i Hl farnbh the appvttoa

+Tweoftbt if kets, which be feels assured be will be able to sell'as ,him in his line of business. lIe also tenders his thanks eye. I ara l to say that' Dr. Moselydid 'Twill card; spin weave ;| in'* flash .AN i'ertMg'.Whilh7 ftd.Water feto the itm*:
't Preparation* of thgf.. 16V, not for cash and the of the to his and for the appvandlroud Near Mootitftllo {At* is doris .; al
--- nly produce country friends the public generally very relieve been fur my having to .est Vinegar ia 56 hourl J coat of two to tkrMttatl
but also to those who have been dealing with Liu liberal patronage vith.tthlcli lie has heretofore been expose myself to very extreme cold, bad,weather. I Where; Cotton warp and Filllnjft spun: per g -

; They arc hot recommended forycai.*. AH those wNhing to purchase we would favored, arid! be hojicd that a continuation of the same do belief that 1 would hat find no return Bf the Where Otnaburg, (that none excel) The ,onV rctseU neehii'j 'for Ush purpoM are
advise to cull and sec thee tplcn1liJ will be granted him. diseased t veiled the Doctor a second time and he Once seen to buy at once compel. Wine of.WLfekrjr barrels. TbftotrtaneecwithwUckthey

as Universal I Olacs Cbene, Satin Pl\i and striped He will constantly keep on hdml\ full supply of all relieved me again; and so far as the various leports A list of prices here we add. are flllexL fot the febrpwe of oaking 'Vnmr
Solid :arij fiald ( ; sorts of Ware usually kept in an establil\hmentofhil\ about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, Bend 00 your wool and make us glad; can be found fa toy of toe breaU'ef (. .

Cure- Ils but for"what I Gro J Rhine: an j Black Silks, of all prices and line of bUSOl'! s. A full assortment ofShect Iron, they arc positively false. As regards Dr. Moseley'askill Bold for the rights Southern '"m. Penoaa witbcmi4 tli qftet IIsdga (&.

; _, simply qualities, Sheet Load ; Lead Pipes; Sheet Zinc Cistern Pumps, in the ftealmtnt of Cancers, I know of no Physician This "FACTORY"stillltotl.* the Vuh, incas ara lad imp-fctfltJoJ> hU) th* poma' 'of BUUMfactnre ,
their I flln'dc mid Colored,Velvets, I and a great many other articles too numerous to men in the xforkl ,that I would sooner rely than In quality, there's cart dare which u by no mftlll'eoetptitaW. -
-7 name purports Solid ami,) plaid Cashmeres and )l 'riuoet tion. him. As n SU ttG EUaud JiH YSICIAN he is equal (IDJu6ric) with i it( to compare. This work in tone fiifltxl '.at No. 001 Caap .eNd'

II Solid r laid, and figured Ddailts.Embni.re.I TO BUILDERS.Tin to any in the Soutbtru1 States ; .ind I am happy to And th rook. .1ft4& 8C. .
MrMt ,
::1 ; .: ) plaid and black Alpaccas! Roofing, Guttering, Copper and 1 Tin Conducting) say that I found hint tb i be n perfect gentleman and) List of Prices Terms, &c. lite the St. Charles HoteL ,Pike I! per e.ty. TLi.

The j, mack Bombazines Pipes Ac. all of which be promises to do in the most Philanthropist and nd'ise.n persons afflicted with The Jefferson Southern Rights. Cottoo aDd Wool amount (two dollars)enn be scat per mall broldi

VERMIFUGE, for Spnniah and Mohair: Debaigcs work.man.1ike manner ami ?t\le, and of the'best material Cancer, to visit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and Factory, situated 11 mile East ilooticcllo.Jefferson and the work sent per r turtnafipne.yg.cloaeOcentainitampstoprepeyazxj inmt ji"
Laiiies bl.ick and col<-rel Italian cloak cloths, on shortest t nolice nhJ most reasonable terms have their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. Co, FldrJd\,ott tht Star road Alligator Fla, i is'now RttfaUr .

expelling Worms from Back! and colored) and silk Talma, i lEaving been cngiiijed for the lat eight 'ears in Romp August 30th 1855. in full and eticceesful! operation employing the latest Book. Address .

English pinched Talmas. I business at this place lie thinks it unnecessary to re- t 3?" Mr. Ransom Cooper fcigned the above in my improvement both in Cotton and Wool manufacturing HENRY WALTER & CO, Pniahm.

the human system has Dotted and eiubioiileied laceT115,, i eommcnil( hintsclf aiiy further to the public as regardshis prepuce. THOMAS, PERRY, Pott t Matter. Machinery. 1'he good from this Mill have thus far New Orfai! Li.

Solid.! plui.1d figured Bareges capabilities: ns a mechanis.: bttt at fhc same time he Rome August 30th 1855. brought thti hading price both in New Yvrk, New r.wThe grat value of this work ha* keen' *offl4cicntly

also been administered Black and colored Shalle, I assures nil that favor hIm! with a call good work nod Orleans and Texas. proved by Its adoption u a text book by th4

Welch Silk and guaze Fiaiiucls! cheap piice Awfill Case of Cancer Cured. .The Company offer for sale at IhC Fullbwing prices, various liquor manufacturer of the citjof Stw York:'

with the most satisfactory Red and yellow Flannels, Having icmoved from the old stand formerly known THIS i is to certify that Col. S. II. Harris of Crawford viz: t ftECOMMENDAT101I3 OF THE PHESS.Tbi .
Fl.iniicls of all color
Opera ho will be f011l111 nt his stand all NM. 8t bents
ns White SIuer, corner Superior Cotton warp, a ) a
results English and Erench cmbn.hltrtt!bands, of 200 foot street, wh'c're lie wil be glad to wait county, cametp main the year 1851, with a Can Bunch of 5 Ibs. by the bale of 40 Bunches and up work will be found to supply' the dealer b liquor
to various animals Lee.1 linen C. HI ( ; all his fr tmJ THOMAS WHITE. cer on his chin, of fourteen years standing: the chin- wards. ?, wine, vinegar, *, with a Iboroogh teacher aod

I Etnb'd CoHar.Hai5dfccrcljef3!; and(l tTndoi: I ,sleeves, on Dec. 1, 1855. 48liomicts bone and snlival glands }had all become very much For less dollar Bunch. guide amid all the taried and iotricate proeteKu. of
a one
: subject Worms.. Embroidered mid Collarettes, disC'n"e.Ilmll his constitution nearly ruined. Mr. Harris per this business-A": O. Picayune.It .
CIclrotsetc --- --
For Filling, the same prices.
I Ifiuc, brown Veil Barege: Ronsicis.ADIES had been under the,treatment of many eminent were A work nopererogaUon to praise book
green baleof a
: No. 1 0snaburgs Ib 10 cents the
yard, by
The LIVER PILLS for Black love Veil, colored! straw Bonnets. physician", and among them was the great Dr. Shepard and per of Mon Lncour' writing.. The Yolnwe before' a* U
500 yards, upwards
I of Clu-leston, and also the celebrated Dr. Marshall remarkable for its
Thread and completeness
Cotton Linen Laces. and the .
Ladies eotoicd tiimmed Bonnets exact practical
J straw half bait
For a 10 j cent
the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT Cambric an.l: Swi s edgings and Inscrtinjs, 4' plain" of )1acl.n.who treated his case twice without For )Jess than half bale or by the fcolt 12 cents. dlK-btionft which it giftS Old manufacturer* will
removing the disease. lie finally went to Dr. Marshall find alibi tbe old modes
Bobiact and Mantilla Laces, II entirely roperoded. Tie
black as he informed me, the third time, nnd he refused Plain wool Kersey, heavy, b 28 cent. by the bolt. use of tllfc old formulas would .
all BILIOUS DE- Coloied Meiinocs, at tba jbam
white s.-tMn} and silk The wool department is worthy thb intention of appear of
to do for Irim. Soon after that time
anything more in the
folly" of
nnd the
Curtain Dress Cnlicoe presence
Dew ones
black (extra tize) our Planters Burrs arc not objected to as they arc suggested fa
Mr. Harris heard of the wonderful cures that I
many thia work. One of the
RANGEMENTS SICK HEADACHE .Emlroi.I'rid Lace Curtain, Children and Misses raw readily removed by a machine for the : but principal object* appear to be
had made nnd visited purpose
at Griffin bitt reSort.
me .o5 a to avoid as far the
: and elate linicry.White a 44 4' a* possible bee
hats the -frUol\ should be washed clean of dirt and dried before oC.ppuatw or
I commenced his dud in weeks the
and black silk hosiery, sale\ bV DAVID C. WILSON. treating case, six ll'Xpensive (to tbe opbratot)appliance of kJni id
For sending it time Fn any
&c.Purchasers to torv. The Co, solitlt the
Cancer wa* nl!! removed arId the scrfe) h a.ed.-! '
nenHy the manufacture of
and col'd KM Glove-
Gents; black me.-2fnt
Wjttofs, York '
and October 13, 1855. 41 patronage of the adjourning Counties of Florida and! Trmm
wltribsJbit t
This S'ceri and than five
Misses coloi cJ Kid 0 cac'a by more Ills Vohbfe Kohbins! the art of
prepariiv' and
will please Ladit. and buck and Kid Gauntli ----- hundred persons. I have the (' lltrr now in my pos Georgia. TbiS factory i is an experiment that should ting the whole list of drinkable ( j4.
; Bacou Bagging &c. up *, rom acboieephw
: not fail of has been )long
_ l'SSiOIJlIl1lt it b support y dependant
at office
October IS, 1 41 any person can see ) calling my of Otard Dtipny of the vintage of 17W to
a rimpU
be particular to ask for <:5. received per latest arrivals from New Or.I in in Gnilin. This case was witnessed by on her Northern neighbors for those articles-the ma- pnd economical of
h eider
---- JUST manner making wjthoat
; I and New York, the following articles which. THOMAS JONES of Griffic. terial of which lies at her own door. All wool sent ap-
'I In [:scon Circuit Court. In Jqu it9. pies, by fermcntatioa! .A friend baa applied tbe recipe
Dr. C. McLane's Cele- : thi-y offer at the lowest cash prices: Dr.) J. D. MARTIN, shall receive strict attention. for 23
converting of
galloon whiskey bto 40
J IJI1 Mai tin gal
Complainant, 1 .
l 15 Casks: Bacon, lu Bale Bagging 1;. W. WILSON, Wool Charges.For Ions with tbe most satisfactory result The
20 IJI!K Flour, 16 Ps. Sea t Maud do. F. CREXSUAW, .
brated VERMIFUGE and I J.-hn P. K. Sa\- an.l his carding in BatU for Matrasses 5 cents lbs., quality does not possess an equal amount sifmtaxietmgpropertiea --
ncjc :30;m) Coils R"pe, 10' Db Whiskey, I (IL) certify, that myself, and many others, of this per to the
I. former though tbe 40
fcife 1.11.thB.. For Rolls 10 gallon
I : Savage, 2UO Ibs. Tw iiu', 10 Bbls. Mess Pork Spining
itncsses to the above
place, were \ stated
LIVER PILLS eye case, was of a much finer color, taste; and odor/\iv Yori
prepared bye an.l Dolling Baker, Tiustce i 50; Kegs Nail, aud that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. To be weighed after it is carded. Meeftanic.
Complainant: j RICHARDSON A WIIITAKER. For manufacturing wool into Plain Kerseys the

; 1\.,' appealing t to the satisfaction of the Comt, that :I.Newport October 27, 1853. 43 Griffin 14 1S52. A. H. HATTON. charge is 15 cents per ran), the Mill furnishing the Tbs; much talked of book M at band. It contain amass .

(cll'\ \:\( I FXO. I 'IT Dt fond:int.;, John P. K. Savage; nnd 1 his, wife |1----- ----- -.-- -- May, warp, or, (if prefered,) one half of the cloth. We information that is perfectly astonishing, and
u I Martha I>. S.n: ,. ici-iJe beyond the limits of IJloii-: j 1I In ClulIIccr.'l-iu Hamilton Circuit Court. shall be prepared in a short time to manufacture could only havejbecn acquired from actual observatloo.
t i j To die Aftlictctt all Conditions. If wish to see ingenuity look in of"
I da, Aiz: in the Stale of Hco-gia-lt is ordered that ,L.of twilled goods. Our term are cash or exchange for you a applied a copy
SOLE PROPRIETORS, Pittsburgh they appear mill! plead, answer,or demur to the Complainaut's Willis: \V. Burk,. Complaiuant, I do certify that I was most horribly afflicted with wool at the market price we will take cotton when Lacour on Liquor. Practicability appear to havebeea
v.e.,1l.1111 a Cancer on lip, which caused me pain in the price is not above 8 cents. tho design of the author. No delays are necessary t<
bill at Rules! to be lu-ld in the Clel k' lmee Larkin my upper
and and
Pa. and take V. SSrp'irnr! ) McTyer, Eliza ascertain the result of of
no of this Comt. (n the first Monday in Augu-T, 1850, ., describable. After trying the skill of all the most JOHN M. PALMER, Agent. an application a recipe.-
Pileher, John I Pilcher. Thomas Pilcher, William Pili .
eminent that I could heir of, and that Jefferson S. It. Co. We speak from actual observation,-fhif. Sag,..
Physicians Manufacturing
else th s-.i.l 1'ill will be tnkvu !
j : "A co"TI.- a? t
j agnn iI i jj I
cher and Nathaniel Wicker heirs law of James
I at ThIs work will revolutionize
other, as there are various I j them. !ft !! fritbc-! that a copy If thi* Order I I Pilcher deceased Defendants. without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless, ahd. as If Mile East of Monticello. [irvtent styli] ol
I! be publi lied' for tin cc! months iu some lIew"'papl'r pubj I I thought, with death et.iring me in the f ce. But fortunately April 19/185C. 16-121 manufacturing liquor-NtJ Yurie JItrald.Lncour's -
'other preparations> now lUbcJ ia the city of Tallahassee. j'I TT appearing: upon afiula\it 1 t., the satisfaction of the for m<', I heard of Jr.V.. R. Moaeley's great book for instructing io (be art ef makmr

I! Done aol ordered at Chamber* this 14th of Fcbruaiy I!I 1 Comt that the ikfandanK; : Eliza Pih-her. John I'll- lIceei in f the treatment of this disease, nnd as a last Notice. and bottl'ng effervesttog temperance beverage, ITquora
before the ItOO, I c4ier, Willian Pilel.or, an.l<1 Nathancl: Wicker, heirs at resort I placed myself under, his treatment, and in one wines, and pure vinegar (or the table ibttuld be
public, purporting I I I| Law of James Pilcher, deceased, reside beyond the mouth from the time he commcued I was perfectly SIX monUis after date the undersigned admlbistra- in the bands of every housekeeper in the country/.'

J. WAYLES LAKER. JmJ-e. I j jurisdiction cf this Court, to wit iu t the state of Geor. sound anti have been soevert-ince. of the Estate of R. E. Gibson deceased, will The copyrights (forbids or we would give our readersthis
to be Vermifuge !I February 16, 165ii.; Cm-7 gia.! ELIZABETH JINKS. present her accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Judge morning some of the meet valuable reeipt* that
-- -- ---- -- --- --- of for Gadiwleb fur final
It is ordered (lint the said 11tfcnlant, ; 'o appear:and Bulti County, Ga, May 27, 1810. Probate County, settlement ever appeared in print How JO much information can*
and Liver Pills. All j I .A.tn.es Li'V"c1y, I answer the, said bill, on or In-fore the first Monday aud will Pftplj to be discharged. from the administra- be given for two dollars is the moat astonishing feature

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, i II in June nextIo the same will be taken Pro Confcso Horrible Casn of Cancer Cured torship. of Mid estate. connected with the book.-Mio Turk Timtt.LACOCE .
others, in comparison I dJ Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 61 I ," l'co'i.\lthis BY DR. W. H. MOSELEY M. D.
April 26, 185G. IC-fim on the manufacture of that met1
Newspaperitlmi this Circuit once a week fur the pcliod liquors we ever
with Dr. MCLANE'S are tit: DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Hi i: of four Montht prior t>> aid, till.(. I do certify that I was for many years btlilyaffiic- with ; it contains an immense number of Kwrnobui forr

l'erfunieiDve4uff Surgical Instruments, J. WAYLES lL\KEn. Judge.Mitchell" ted with Cancer un my Lip and. Chin, I tried all the HidesWanted. making every variety ofliquor ,win .cordial*, bitters,

worthless. SFice: Snulr! Windows Glass, Paints, and Stewai: t t. Solicitors for Complainant.F : i emediei I could hear of, but found no relief. I finally ;WOOD BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the syrups, vinegar tc. The work is published by subScription -

Oil, Vaiinhes. 1"IItty1auufilcl urej T.>bacco, 1 .tt y 2, 1 S:G. 5 heard of Dr.> W. It. Motley's great success in the C highest price will be paid. Also Deer I ; the subscribers are dealers and import

The awl Ga! >s \.'', Patent Medicine. -- -- ------ ----,- -- -- -- treatment: of Cancer affections, and visited him nt and I Otter skins. DAVID C.W.1LSON liquors in this city. This alone would speak more in!'
GENtJINEMcLane'sTermifuge FineSoip: *. Fine T(M.lh, Pine Wines nnd) Brandies BookBinding.HAVING Griflin; and iu the course of six weekahehad the Cancer Tallahassee, September 2'J, 1855. 39 favor of the reliabilit of the work than could be ottrcrwise | .
*nnd I Iiir!: Hiu=Le.1, for Medicinal, }purpo.-cs, 1 all removed. I would advise all that arc afliieted : said.-.': O. ltlta.
\ and Liver )).:i.t: "rnsht*, Fancy Ai tides, I procuicd the services of a Binder, we with the disease, to visit him and have their health A CLARKE March 1, 1856. flQuit m
do nil business
Gaiden! St-i.ls Fine Havana Sega: is.Tluy |prepared to pertainingto restored. lIe i is, beyond all kind of doubt, the nujot t I .
Pills can now be had atail have -co.tly: uci.icd a Lnnje tin, ]'i(\!t I I th.t h'partl1C1Jt! ou reasonable terms.31'DOUGALL skilful! Cancer doctor in the Southern States.' MERCHANT TAILOR, ,

",.II.y <>f evtiy.uicty CLOTIIIXO
respectable Drug < -ugi&ts. I'l.iiiteau! .l Phyiciansill] : always find I March-- 1. S5C 9"NEW -- --- .-- : -Dr. J. D. Martin Griffin, Ga.; Dr. J. IN : ANDCiL'XTLUMKx's LACOU PATENT IMPROVED '
;1'1 li..hirutit a full >uj>iily of i\irvtiling uceI I I GooosT Y. M. Pucket Haiiis county Texas ; Greer Biehop, : FuilXISHIXG GOODS.
H- ) For all kind of
Stores.PiEMING. i.J. and 01 the 1II 1-t lil'.ralt<..nnF.Ciders I I Griflin, Ga. receiving at the well known old stand for- making

tM-m the C.juntry! PJ'lIIIJy; filled] md!ati>f.icti I TOWLI-: & DIVERS --. NOW occupied by Clark) & Stillman, a general Liquors nnd Vinegar

BRO'S, <'n jj'iar.intetdvith! I rfg..i\l. both to pl ices and I fjuali- ,j' ]RE now receiving by recent Scirrlnis Rett can be Cured.LI.1. assortment of Superior Ready Made Clothing,Furnishing JL T STANTLY, by the use of Lacour EaaettM1
I'liy-ksati'! ) c.niefully ,. I\ Oils.
ty. p..e"ellf.t1I11| compoundcil.Alii. Good, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, &Q. eoo-
.1II"ri'als from New Yoik.nfash- '
: ,v' 60 WOOD ST., PITTSBURGH, PA. ]Kpping's: compound: Fluid Extract of Buchu. I j _'. (ill's :JIla'l ifid w -dccted stock of THE PUBLIC READ posed in part of the following afUdes i These Oils are obtained by Distillation the Ch:-'

Sole Proprietors.SCOVILAMHAU Jau. 5, 1 t':'J. 1 I Iv mercy to the afflicted, and) the gratitude] and high Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. heal Laboratory (parish Jefferson) of Pierre Lacrtft4.-
-_ -- ---- --- -, -- ---f-- I Yiritcics and Jewelry, opinion I entertain of DR. MOSELEY( as a S'Jrgeon Black and Col'd Single Breasted frock and Author of La courts Chemical Analysis) ,La onrd* Cbcfif

Wines, Syrnps, &c, !!! Coui5ting of gentlemen's gold) hunting levers, ]ladies and] Physician, I deem it my duty mention the case Business Coats, ical Manipulation, Laevur on the ilauBfcwtiif of Li.

F: Xo. 111, Charters SL New Oilcans, I O trI111ratlll'y, Sparkling CIr, I i gold l levers, silver lever, hunting, anchor, lepine and of my ,\wife, hoping at the same time that all persons CI Fancy Cas..imere do. do. do quors &c.LACOUR'S.
t'ueral1I.1.ile: ngcl.t f-.r tl.e Southern! States tow I (OLD, Poit t, Old Pol t .1 Juice I (1ua1 tIer Withr : ( :mmnee. Moaic, Coral all,1 1 all gold similarly afflicted, may bo Lwiefitted by it. In the Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, OIL OF COOiTAC, eonTerta- neutral
om aU orJeis mu-t be addressed. l.1'irBran,1,! Cheri los, i bi.:'oin pin:! an-l caning I *, necklaces, g"lil! and jet crosses first part of this year, my wife had several small lumpsto 'I mack Doeskin PantJt.It spirit to a' superior imitation of Imported Braadwa

SolJbyAaies: f; Lively, 12. B.iin.ud. Jr. JH'e* Shr> Sardines, 1 I liosoin pins :.111 1 lorkc-t. ft>r hair and daguerreotypes make their appearance in her breast ; they continued Fancy and Col'd Casaimere Pants, viz: Otard Sarzerac, Marett, Cognac, Poultney Signetee. .

X.-uli fcCo* ,_ T.ilhbr.(, Fl.u; J. S. M. )1i i "n, Spaikling ry Gelatine! Piesvived Quinee*, I, f ; goltlnnJ hair: biacdi ; a large assottment of to increase in size, until the whole breast became II Black and Fancy Silk Vests, .United Vineyard Properties Cast.and London -

ijuwicy! ; ; ( rd.-r A. Mills, Xewpuit ; \\'. T. C.upei-: Flavoring Hxttact, l' aiSj i t I fine plain: liani"iul!, mil y, i pu-iil: I und I g met, oiryx ami.I a ;.is>e.i'd.I ma s, and very painful. I procured the Fancy Velvet do. Dock Brandies. The Liquors will have a full fruity -

- tur& Co, WdLkeuiub ; Moselv & Popo. ILidiMRj Yea't Po\\ilei., Tam.innd i i cornelian ting lings ; gentlemen's diamond ins ; lest medical aid iu the city of Rome and notwithstanding tI do. Cass do. Cashmeres, flavor, and a beautiful sparkling color. Common

Palmer fc nC I.., Moisticello.; S.'PucsiclI.! Monticcllo; Spaui Olive, Spices, i i sleeve buttons, plain, e.vrueo; onyx niul cornelian ; a the earnest and f..ithful attention of the most White Marsailles do. D. B. Rectified Whiskey will be changed by the use of tb*
W. Uogera tud*, line gout, vest, fob and guard skilful physicians, she continued to grow worse and -ALSO- Oil Cognac, to New York Brandy Pine Apple

'll.nrianit, : ; Nicholson (f; Xei.. l ler, I3a.Lri'1ge.: (;i.i.; WorreU'ishiroS' ?.\U'e. Salad l Oil, !I chain: sd5. keys, gold, :nd slyer pen anti pencil ca.i worse, until they gave the case up as incurable, and A fine assortment of Shirts.Collars Cravats, Black Brandy. common Cognac Brandy, ..
I). IL Dickinson; li. !'Jri.J. ; ]11.Sclxas; Thomasville, Erglifrh Mustard, Caper., :!i sos, nnd gold, silver and steel spectacles, gold and silver advised afllnitatit4fl. I was advised by many of my White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjusting LACOUR'S OIL OF RYE changes common Rat'
(h" Claret, Cocoa, thimbles. friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin, Ga Stocks. Cotton- and Merino Under-shirts, Jeans ified Whiskey to Monongahela Rye key..old Virginia .-

February, 1S5C.:; 8-ly AMES LIVELY. Fine Cutlery and Guns. which I did, arid astonishing as it may seem he had Drawers. Brown,Fancy Cotton and Lisle Threap l i Malt Whisker. Bourbon Whiskey, &.
her enlirtly cured iri'hin one month and xfie in now Hose White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs, alLof OIL OF CEDKAT changes common Rectified
-- Januaiy 5 5, Dinner anti breakfast knives without fork, knives
in qtuidiieal1/I I would advise all who are uftficted which arc offered to the public on reasonable terms Whiskey to old Irish Malt Whiskey. and a superior
--- nnd foiLs in nnd steel tine
Piano sett, single
-I carvers pocket
: with Scirrhuj, and Cancerous affections, to'isit the article of Scotch '
Plows PIOfSA !i !: cutler hears, scisi-ors and razors ; fiLe double and warranted as good aa offered in this Market.-. Whiskey.OIL
T7"n are prepared to furnish llanoV Doctor without delay" as I am hatisfied by expti ience Call and examine. OF PEACH change common Whiskey to Vir.
-:: : bai relied laminated steel and stub IwKt
i i 1'>r Fortes, of the very be-t qua1ity.tl"1 \nGE: Jot John Moore's Plows. X( }nnd 2, I j shot: pouches of various guns, fiuc, common and- and observation that he is the most skillful physic::an November 10,1855. 45 ginia Peach Brady, the most liberal tains.'They lauding hum .3lystk. mid for Kile bvMcNAUGIIT gun, patterns in the Southern States,ill the treatment of that horrible will convert common Whiskey to Apple Brandy.
llasks, cleaning rods, Ely's and
& ORMOND. common powder caps
disease-Cancer. Manufactured Tobacco. OIL OF GIN convert the !
second to iwnc iu country as poorest .k.ylDHoI-
are Y cither wad and materials for guusmiths.
any wads cutters
New Post, Jan. 12, 1856. 2
WILLIAM MITCHELL land Gin Scheidam Rose Gin Swaa Gin
to 'iU.tty{ or pi ice. _--._-- Silver and Plated Ware. SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands Schnapps, .
M. E. MITCHELL J England Gin &e.LACOUR'S _
L\erv Instrument will be warranted.MILR3XASIIACO. S Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco on consignment
Cod Liver Oil. Silver table, desert and tea spoons silver" forks, soup Daitnhti/ of J. J n r. /?/'udLiti y, Rome, Ga. again this 100 Boxes now on the out CONCENTRATED ACID .min five
- Fe biuary2S, 1 S5Q"in. 8 I:;RKSII & PUlli] : of the celcbmtcd! Brand, lIeI and cream ladle, butter and pickle knives, plated! Rome, Ga., October 25, 1854. Merchants season will do well to bear this in mind way and it hours after being mixed, change fire gallon of good
\ 1. irn Clark it t Co t Rii hton's. I folks and! waiters castor, cake and fruit baskets and of
I I : < spoon, will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down Vinegar twenty-fire gallons water, to thirty
;t F.-r tale; bv AMES & LIVELY I elect! plated tea feet-s. and communion service, a A B.D. for from usual markets, and on time to good gallons of the mcst acid Vinegar that can be found u
A pi 515, 1:50. 11 butter, sugar ant cienm dUhcb, chamber and parlor par tbe markets. By the use Lacoor's Concentrated Acid -
ALL that desirous of them- ties. DANIEL LADD.
T' .. !, I I candlesticks, bait cellar, boquet holders) card! and reroni\ arc availing Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty cent
ro31'( LEY'S services
rpt On''E S.I Qliniut GEOKGIA""AXDDn. selves 0 will find him at Ne\"port.Al1gt1st 4. 1855. 31
) FLORIDA, flower baskets, and biittauuia waie.miscellaneous barrel _
per .
frail' <>SctLu-\\it'.ia
Executor's Notice. FOR MAKING IJQUO Lacour'a OiTa
-0- ,
pure cmk-1!. AMES
_ _\rril 5. S. ._ _11._____ __ __ I T. ,LGU1t LEE ,. Ladies ,jeticule*, satchels, work boxes, pearl!, Berlin Pntients boarded, at ?l per day, or ?1C per month. SIX months after date I will present my final ac and no preparation shake well-only The pouring tie thus Oil made into tbe'wDTbar TTbiakey
Practicing Dentist) iron, and morocco port mouaiea, pearl card cases, coral FEES, in all cases, to be agreed upon before under. and vouchers to the Judge of Probate for Liquids ee
Olive Oil. fine natural
I bead, coral necklaces and armlets, jet bracelets, taken. No ca-e will be received into this estAblish. Leou Gounty and apply for a final discharge from aroma-a fulVricb, oily taste-a beaut

SUPF.IlIOPc article for Tabl 1<> n" ;1It.re T N TIIOMASVILLE, GA, and MONTICELLO necklaces, and bosom pins, napkin rings. hair and toothbrushes mei I.t unless it i i" believed on examination, that it can the office of Executor of W. 0. Hylton, deceased. ful transparent color and a fine bead. Laconr'sOit
eeived b/ AMES: A LIVELY.April I .1, and MADISON, FI..A. and their respective nnd I j I hut revivers, shell buffalo, India lubber audi bu cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will WILK CALL Ex'r. exert three distinct properties in ''converting COEQIMB

5, 285G. 14 adjacent couutie Hc inseits t any number of Aitifiial II I i ivory combs, china aud wax dolls, razor etions and invariably be charged ?5, for examiuiatiuu nUll advice. Dee. 22, 1855. 61-6m Whiskey to Brandy, Gin Ac Time first property combine -
Teeth, from ONE to a FULL ictt. (n the latest J I Iimprov belts cigar cases, feather dusters.t paiW and All letters, to entitle them to notice must enclose with and subside in the form of Floculent pir-

Flower Jars.A II ed principle giving, them that beautiful, life- i i i Ihor money bell l*, bohemi.n glass and china vases and bas a "stamp"'for the payment of postage and be directed Hides tides the whole of the grain oil. (Amylic AlcoboU.
Tbe is thus
like which approaches Nature BO nearly and bottles to W. R. MOSELEY M. D whiskey deprived of that peculiar imt--
appearance kcts, teiracotta vases pitchers perfume V\7"ANTED in any quantity, for which the highest
LARGE assortment (,f Flower J\rA. vatious fc'i"J. i I ting and burning taste, and become neutral t
as to challenge detection by the closest observer. and side a epirit
jewel cases, centre bupcusion lamps, lamp Griffin Geoigia. T T market piico will be paid in cash or groceries.
JL ze., Jut red n..t aud for sale byAE Person needing Dentil operations on their NATURAL bhades, chimneys arid wicks, violins and bows, guitars, February 23, 1S56. lj-8 BROOME & HEIR. the second property consists iu an ocly mocflagmoQi

J LIVELY. Tevtb. and wish him to perform them, c-in by banjos, tambourines, accoi deous, clarionet, flutes and _u __ ____ _ September 15, 1865 87 taste imparted to the Liquor*, which reDden'it mellow. ,
April;, 1 Sr. 1- appUhijjt'sooN, have them done at following bes i i fifes, guitar and violin strings, fine cologne and other Leon County Iron Works and imparts an appearance ,of great age tbe tiardl
which will: be found to be MUCH lower than has ever !,' perfumery, and a general 1 asortment of Toys. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT property is exhibited in the rich vinous, DuUt'odortll
Sal-Sa-SaU.t been offered in this section of country befor, to-wit : I!! Watehes and jewelry repaired promptly and in the TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. 1W1'OET. t is imparted to tho Liquor, which render- dktioc-

: For filling teeth with Gold Foil, f 1 00 *1 50, ?2 00 best manner. Establishment is now iu full operation. All tion from the Genuine Brand impossible.Cgr .
20 0 1IODGKISS I'OOLI J CO. :nl >2 50 varying according to size of cavity and October 20. 18t5 4 2 TillS will be attended to with promptness,and r rPIIE undersigned still carries on the above business These Oils'are put up in quart bottle*, each

Noembcr 17, 1855. a-nuunt material used; ; Extracting teeth, in OFFICE, .- -_. all work done with neatness and dispatch.All -L in all its branches Buildings well calculated for bottle contains sufficient Oil for making 800 nQooaot*

_-. __ ._ .-,__ ,____ I' will- 50 cents-out of offi 'e. *1. Notice kinds of work, such as Steam Work Mill Work, despatching wagons. 1)). LADD liquor. Full and comprehensive directioca teeoBptj* .
I His rnicr/for a full upper or lower sett of teeth onILATE. ] will Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery, Newport September 2,1851. 35 ny the bottle Price *2 per bottled; .-'- -
Notice. f (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary) is SIX monlLs'nfterdate, we present our accounts Shafting, Pulleys Hangers. Plough Castings, Brass t2T Ono bottle of these Oils (fire In nuaaber) wIH

SIX I mouths alter the first publication this notice, only $0 per tooth, and prft rt satisfactiou guaranteedin Hamilton Ac., to for the final lion.settlement Judge of of Probate the of Castings, tc.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size kept John McKarspencie.: ) In Gadsden Circuit Court.vs. be securely packed and shipped (witblbSl of ladfeaa)
) admiuistrntors of tbe estate of County, a estate V In Equity. free charge, to of.'the &
0 ul."r"i''e very instance. constantly on hand. All work done in such establishment C any part, oabJ, 9c. 9
'; Lewis will present their accounts: Those desiring his services in any ]portion> of the Stephen Kersh late of said County deceased, and. wilt be done by us, with a particular regard to Mary McKnrspcncie ). Bill for Divorce. receipt of$1 0, to the address
of Probates of Leon Coimtr ask to L>c discharged as Executors of said estate.JAMESGILL appearing to the satisfaction of the court by affidavit P. LACOUR New *.
and vouchers to the Judje above named counties, or any other section of countrycan the strength and duiability the work. IT ,
mid ask t be discharged from their administration, i ic upon application by letter to either of the above WILLIAM BASSET. ) Ext,ra. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up of D. P. Holland, soliciter for the comjJai- March 1, 18Z6.Advances. m.
f nut, that the defendant resides beyond the
estate. named: Post O1icsor otherwise, receive at Eu iucll. ilc. jurisdic
tlid JOSEPH BRANCH. ) tel ou. prompt _:Ftb.lG- ,-185G.- -- ---- -- -7 Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for lion of the court, but within the slave of Florida.It on Sea Island Coflc.

: JA 1E IL )JHAXCI.1 m '" .---- Circular & Upright Saws. cash or accepted orders on some business firm in this is ordered that this. cause be set for hearing upon ADVNCES mad.' cuBan laland .
the facts iu -
the bill the first
flvc.211S5. n.EwEar.cEs : Liberal for old Iron on Monday LIBERAL
: JriMiE; COLE Macon Georgia. HOE A CO., anti Welch & Giiffeth Circular Saws place.Brass. prices paid Copper and in September, 1856 unless the defendant shall on or nt to Charleston by D. LADD.
46 48 and 52 inch sizes )hand and ( before that his New Port, NOT. 3, 1855. 44
H\I. J. L. SEW jinn, J on or All letters must Le addressed (post paid) to day enter appearance and demur,
Notice. JCDCE LOVE, vThomasville, Ga. sale by D. LADO J. M. SHINE Tallahassee Fla. plead, or answer to said bill. It is further ordered,
t 1/x mouths after Jate we wi present cur accounts J. :S. Wixx, EsQ J New Port Nov., 1855. 44 March 11, 1854. 10 that a copy of the above order be published in some For sale.,

O and( voucher to the Judge of Probate of W. S. DH.WORTH, .:', --- ---- newspaper, weekly foe three consecutive months previous PC f\ SACKS SALT fa.firrt rate order! j

Hamilton! County, for a final settlement of the! estateof C. G. FIFE Esq.. Notice to Contractors. Most Approved Corn Mill In Use. to said first Monday in September. Done and OUU h 8. S.'DJ BT.

Daud )Ioatl late of said county, deceased, and ask )Ic 8rs. W.& J. BInD }Moulicello, Fla.BOOKS OFFICE OK STATE EXCIXEER, BCESAVISTA, ) passed at Chambers, this 6th of May, 1856. September. 1855. -J5Garten ;' .- 1
OF the most approved LANIER CORN J. WAYLES BAKER
to, discharged as administrators. Cut E. E. BLAtKBcn.y. OiA.\U MiLL 1'.0. ST. JOHNS RIVER,FLA., VAucfhT 100 Judge. -
EDWIN F. WREDE. January 12, 1856. 2 ; 20'tl1( 18615. ) MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. These May 10, 1856. 19 See
Mills have been for sonic time in this
EL1ZABEl MOAT PROPOSALS will be received at this through re A FRESH supply fresh atedefroia:Tlaotb .
and lower of and
Bt, March.1. 185C. 9-Cin BOOKS BOOKS1! I Canal the 20th with day its of August 1S5C, for constructing igfactiou gion ,grinding part with Georgia ease 40,bushels give and perfect the rise sat ATWOOD) ,& BROOKS 11andingp.rMi.tiaasdkuI.b'i "
a ,
I necessary appendages Vc5AUOHT ; ORMCHTD.
iu the with less than the ,
} )if \ JUST received from New York, the I such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks, Basins &c", from day, ordinary gin power applied New Port. ,lg.'Ugl "S '
to it. The maker furnishes
to it .
",2' Town Property for Sale. flllI- new Books: "The Old I Lake Hiirney ou the St. Johns to Indian River a distance put up; PRACTICAL ,GUNMAKER'SHAVING :
: and one warranted to satisfaction. -
Mrs. Ann S. every give perfect
by Stephens ; thirteen miles, 3,410 feet authorized by the
.i 'lIE undersigned offers at private sale the followL and her former woik, Fashion and Famine." The General Assembly, of the State of; Florida at its session Call and examine them at D. LADD'9. established) tbeneeTres permanently in Paat1ig"Fotzt.. -;

ing deMribed property, known as the Jravis Lots, work exhibits unquestionable power, command of language of 1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act to provide April 21, 1855. 16 they would offer the*services ,to 25 BBLS.dtr .Y U rP.IbeJat .Wet..

m; ,LoUNofc 325.27. 30.48.10,11. 142. 143, vigorous description, strong passion and dramatic for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements the Citizens of Florida and the surrowdiDg State for' aod.' for- -ale. by, ," : \ '. '
S .* M4,1226, 27/235': 23'J.240. !41. 245, force. "My First Season" a new novel under the in this State. MILES NASH & CO. the manufacture of Double barrelled Shot Gnus Ri- MCNAt1GHT.fOJ.

t 24.?, 240,280,, 252 253, !54. 256. 257,258, 203, 'all guise of an autobiography.' It is written with grace Proposals,.will specify the amount fur which the flea and P ltoLJ.w) n they ;warrant to be rqu 1 to New. Port, Jan.12, 185 1. ,

h: .1: m the. origmal." plan of the city of Tallahassee. and beauty sparkles witli' imagination and is sustained work will be done the mode and manner in which Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. any made. AU kinds repairing done ID II ll'eat-Dad -' 'r.... _

1t; -. ,:'L'O' throughout by originality of'thought and orpreseion. payments are to be made whether hinds or moneys,' received from New York per bark R.H. Oam- workmanlike manner and without delay as nil work Groceries '
Lots N .. 1,2.3,4: 5, 6, 7, in S. Counly qr. "Taverino1 from the pen of Madam George or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates!:' a general assortment of ,articles fn, our line, is done at the timewhen! promiaed : Our ine.tratetieiit '< .. .
L s o- Sand Rose Clark" Fanny Fem'a last novel] together be seen at this office and any information obtained by such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning,"Fluid rifle, fot ,target shooting, mod :toordei and C'OFFElI' L< la..,,'" "_
r % with "Ruth'lIaU.""Fem Leave," and Life and addressing the undersigned At "Orange Mill Post Office White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Glass or warrant. thoot.;:>ithi precision Arum.IOOio HO .- "c& t f..' ,o\f__ _,.
r Lots NoL4 12, 13, IS; 16, 22, 25, 89, 40, 48, 611\ Beauties of Fern." Rose Clark the .r'the'Rifle Monroe .t '.-f IhlfAl..1iIIa.
upholds reputation St. John's River, Florida. Proposals will also best quality, Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling yards. E5T" Shop, Sign. ; HOUM. 4r, j
6?,iu the SoutJi'i County quarter. of this distinguished female novelist. It is be received for constructing a Rail Road over the Oelatma,London Mustard,'Frcncb Brandy (very best,) April, 1856'' ',' f .u.a.-vne,-- "> N'c1i- -. cw1 ..j'JI' ,- '' ,.:. u9 :
The'' abor'e Bcicribed property formerly belonged intensely iotereitiog and claims the attention of the same ground.. F. L. DANOY, for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper,Lemon Syrup, .- :- k i. .---'f.P..... 'j-.

t*>Cor. Brorch-' For furUier information and terms, reader from beginning to aid. Abbott's Napoleon, State Engineer, State of Florida. Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Extract Buchu, Executor's. ',Notice. Clrcul rr..A..II7.

J ;wlucli) will be liberal,apply} t Alerymlk EqI complete embellished with steel l 'engraving, begin- August 31, 1855ft ., 85-ly' &c. Ac., and A general assortment of Popular Patent SIX month* after11,; *.win present- oaraccotmti THE': '.. if

b, 'Attorney at t.Ta1hhaee.- ning with the Emperor's birth following him throughthe Medicines., We keep .bone but the very ,be&' aad voucher* !. the Bo*. Judge. .of Probate forte / .": wtJte" 'a"
tr '' CHALE P. Consulate; Empire and Banishment His trials Blacksmithing.THEUDdcraiSn .hope to merit your patronage.March _: .' aaid CoOufy1 of Gadada tat final Mttlement, and conmUnsrof

'a **Until.J. sold! ; tfc'c-:bve 'A. PERRY be AMAKEB.frf for rent : and triumph lire related with American great strength, and the d have formed -;j'55 ", .-1lJJ.JJo.' II ADJ. .. COok1 1:apply to be d *chige. ;foai tk.' x B8t4hbip-0f Oscar Saw. Th MCtfCuUr* .cU < *. \ "lMe4iaiabavipg .
is unsurpassed writer.- Subscribers -
( style by toy 2 .18- Fillvaw dHeM. tereral improTta ani Wr tt6therPUt1
;" I61S. t C. ta Harper's Mapuin" are solicited. The = for the purI'poso ., .
is .F bY : of the Black- OWEN. L. A JAMES A. FILITAW, Exlor' ". ,lX <.. ir 8i.
carrying on
year begins in January with Dickens' ,",Li t1e.Th rret. t U 185*.. f
t iu various' ,Notice .April S- and f.450 fog nriqea.ltilt, *
Apply to'1acDOUGALL HOBBY. mUbing Business in"Ml braD be!. Particular ,
L : Notice.QIXmot1i..SterJat attention ia to and Work given, that r'shall male _: "'I -. to''i- Ii o. Yo 'lutUaar'. ., _"
i.4. 0 given Carriage Spring hereby we ,
.,. : February, 1856. ,. ; 13 llatioD.a : .t W'.,
1 tlull present my accounts _f 'to f and to laying ,.Axles' of aU)kind of Vehicles. The .months after dale, to the H n. Pro 'A t-a&ratNotieCt. .Ii.ir .
theHooosb. of Probate s- convenient to the Stable of ,P. B. Hamilton i ,'to disuaaeed ftoz ; ,NewportHaiNoT.. .: ...
vouditTft & to Judge W&ntedWaed! chop (Livery' Bro-_ County t1e aHminUrtration ;, :Non ; !.bersby'givcithatth.v4.iga.J wW 'LJ} .' \
L. Hamilton Oonntf for.a finAl tlement asudmiuUtratorctnifbeeutat kaw, and epecIA1'lltt.nllOn given to'bor e" boC 1g-, of the Estate Jamw S"Ross, ,late,of, HamiK. : the expirationsix,pnoatja'file bin ycxich .rs, nO' ,j'---I.l-i- jUt .
.' of De.nis.J3waghrity;> late of said /X> pofcla e tolikeiy;! : KEOHO :MEN;; from'18"toJL Farming impIeinenU of every description done to. or- .too C't lity.,. \Jeceas d. : ., 'p1rfrA1' ..M'tM.tdtn'ililt. ,, ,_ .' _. J.ttr'_.,j ,
O Wt decfte23t1ak to,be d cbargad from,'lidm.ult"tt 25 years of age, f r...wbichtb highest price in der.' P. B, BROKAW, AMOS CHESHIRE, AdmtV.ELIZJUJCT1I : tion of_the ei4t: .of. Nst.$ tOIt,46Cfld.s :I M/"Bt1SB, .. t, : _v-"V-" .

; JAMES W. GEIGER Cash will be paid,' Aflplvt*, 4B.. 8. KNIGHT., II. B..F1TTS.- ;. ,CHESHIRE. AJ t'x. y P 4.1'\10", ir#,.A,=" .'. .M -& ".1(ft. r: &, '1. "lit..'
,;G March ?' t8&.. ., Jan. I?. 18&6: 'Mv Feb.4.; 1838 ft ..MayLlSS6.-- t ...- JI' .I"" 11. :
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