The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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The :Floridian & Journal MILES NASH$ & CO. BY AUTHORITY.LAWS the same was mastered into the service of the thousand four hundred-and 'folti lour dollars corps, arid wptring"dragoon ana rill. .q4
hundred and tioiuod
United S'ates. and also one day for every and eighty one cents. meats, one eigaty
U paUvbed nfl"1 SATURDAY, by .
DEALXZ 11''( OF THE UNITED STATES twenty miles from the place where such company For salary of tho circuit jndge of California dollars; .. :
JAMES JONES, EDITO* & PROPRIETOR, DRUGS battalion, or regiment was discharged, fourteen hundred and eighty seven dollars For"t'aflotation of th., anajr, ;iaaiIs nr : -

At THX DOUAKS peraaouin, ia advance. FAINTS, Public 9. to the place where} it was organized, and and fifty cents. the baggage of the, troopwbta,400 da.

.. .... MEDICINES at OILS &t. JOINT RESOLUTION[ for] the statistics of from whence it marched to enter the service : For compensation! of the district attorneys, er by land or wsteroclothiug.cp'id: .

TERMS 'OFCM ADVERTISINQ: ,.1 ,. ; the coastwise commerce to be included Provided, That such march was in obedienceto four thousand! six hundred and ninety six dollars garrison .equipage, _and .hprs. tQflifffleots. j !

square of 12 lines, or'lew, ferit insertion,' $1 00' WOULD inform: their friends and the.public that hereafter in the annual of the Sec. the command or direction of the Presidentof and eighty six cents. from the depot at Philadelphia to: tht atvtral .. 3
4 each lufceejjoent $6 on Land a good a.sortme'nt of such reports the United States, or some general officerof For compensation of the marshals} five posts and army depots ; of :subsistence. fromthe : ', ;
rrofeenooal; 8d Bu6ioe7a per and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Theirterms navigation..lie the United States, commanding nn army thousand one hundred and fifty dollars and places of-furchase,. ..fUeeaofdelivery f ,'
aDDam. shall be reasonable. or department, or the chief executive officer I ninety nine cents. under contract .to such, pjaetsn.
Adrert'tementa not marked with the Dumber of resolved$$ : :}
it by' the Senate and House
Tallahassee of of the State which such For salaries the assistant of the circuml\llnc l.oC.the service
iaMrliooi will be continued until forbid, and charged April Vth ,1853' 14. or Territory by company of treasurers \ mayxequu'sit .
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Moordinglj.fjf I Representatives of the United of 4. battalion=! or regiment wa: called into the United States at Boston and St. Louis, to be sent; of ordnance, otdancsSors, ::1
Certificates of publication of legal or estate EDWARD M. WEST. I mcrica in Congress assembled, That the Secretary se nice. three thousand nine hundred and eighty three and small.arms: from the foundries f and.ar ;1;
notice vOl Dtt be given until the advertising fee ispaid. ; : of the Treasury in his annual reportson mories the arsenals fortifications frsmi.rpostsarid I
I Attorney and Counsellor at Law Approved May 14, 1856.: dollars and thirty three cents. to J!
: commerce and navigation'hereafter\ t'> be
To fund the depots
supply a deficiency in tbo for army : ; freights, woaHa&e, _. '
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. made to Congress cause to be stated the [Public 18.] relief of sick and! disabled seamen, one hun tolls, and ferriages; for the purchase and fart :

TALLAHASSEE April 5. 1856. 14 kinds, quantities, and value of the mecharr- AN ACT to supply deficiencies: in the appro. dred and fifty thousand, dollars. of horses.. mulls, and oxen, and dm part&aa* j : .

dise entered and cleared coastwise into and priations for the service of the fiscal year To supply a deficiency. in the revenue of and repair of wagons, carts, dray; ship* and ;1;
YllIAL:K MAB1MY{; DR. LEWIS,.. from the collection district of the United- ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred the Post Office Department, one million ono : other: sea going vessels and"idiftf NVtfcstransportation > ,t.
States and the said Secretary of the Treasury and six hundred and hun of s"snd"' f
RESIDENT:: DENTIST fifty eight eight thousand one i 8uppn forgji&on
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is hereby authorized to make all rules :and lieu enacted by the Senate and House of dred and eighty one dollars. purposes ; for drayago and cartage at' ti>. f t
W. W. ChiWers, 1. M-, Principal, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. orders necessary to carry into effect? the object Representatives of the United States of A. For arrearages, purchase of vessel and out- ,several posts; hire of teamsters: ; transport k.

JIFL H. H. Brown, Teacher of!Music. IS How inserting Artificial Teeth on the of this resolution. mcrica in Congress assembled, That the fol. fit, and for field service'provided in the first tiod'of funds for the pay and other dkbwsiag r 1

-o- _ continuous new and gums improved, from one principle side,to with the Approved May 14, 1850. lowing sums be, and the same are hereby, article of the reciprocity treaty with Great: departments ; tho Expense: ;'of sailing pabUt r .1::

..- REFER to Hon. M. A. Long. Pres't. Baud of other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the appropriated, to supply deficiencies in the appropriations .Britain, ten thousand five hundred dollars. trAnsports on the various rivers, '&Jie.: Got! of J .
1'.lt.D.. C. Wilson. Eq.. Gen. R. A. Shine, Dr. lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly [Public 16.] for the service of the fiscal year For the purchase of blank books, station Mexico, and the Atlantic 'and Pacific! ; and .!'

JtilM Nash, Hon.T. W. Brevard,GOT.J. E. Broome. life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, AN ACN to amend the act in addition to ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand ery, arms of tho United States, presses, flags, for procuring water at such posts;. as.from f ;...<
jy The exercitet of the Academy will commence so as to defy detection. He will attend to all callsin ) certain acts: granting bounty land to certain eight hundred and fifty six, out of any money and for tho payment of postages, for the consuls their situation! require that it brought (rom t .',
on Monday, the 7th inst. Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full I ,
April l S, 1656. 14 Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. officers and soldiers who have been I in the treasury: not otherwise appropriated, j of the United! States, ten thousand dollars. !. a distance, and for clearing rua ds and removing t J
He will warrant,in eveiy 1D.t.nnet'IB.tiefaetion, and engaged in the military service of the U- I namely: : S obstructions from roads, harbors _aad :; l'
DR. N. G. MoDONALD, prices to suit the timee. Terms Cash, or when called uited States: approved March I third, eighteen For tho compensation of, the officers, For expenses of the consulates in Turkey rivers, to the extent which may be required f'j ,.

MOXTICELLO, FLA. for.June 24, 1854. 25 hundred and fifty-five.Senate{ clerks, messengers, and other receiving an viz : interpreters, guards, and other expenses: for the actual operations of the troops oa tit !).
attend with assiduous care, all ease en Be it enacted by the and House of annual salary: in the service. of the Senate : of the consulates at Constantinople Smyrna, frontier, one million dollars. F .; l
WILL I to him. FLOYD & HOLLAND, Representatives of the United Slates of Amcrica I For the chief clerk and clerk to the Committee Candia, arid-Alexandria, two thousand dol For defraying expenses tbeSaprtmt I :h.j'
Offic. adjoining that of Cut Dilworth. in Congress Assembled, That in all on Finance two thousand four hun. lars. circuit, aud districts courts of the ,tlnittd ..
March 32, 1856. 12-ly I'I Attorneys at Law. cases where a certificate or warrant for bounty .I dred and thirteen dollars and fifty five cents. For interpreters, guards and other expenses States; including the District of Columbia; J, V

-'"TILT. practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle land for any less quantity than one hundred For contingent expenses of the Senate : of the consulate! at fieirout, five hundred also for jurors and witnesses i in aid ofth. 1. .! :

WILLIAM P. SLUSSER;, and West Florida, and in the Supreme Courtof and sixty acres, shall have been issuedto For 'binding, eleven thousand: dollars. dollars, funds arising from fines, penalties, andforfeitures ., '
the State. Also in the District Court of the United t
officer or soldier, or to the widow or
any For and For incurred consuls of the incurred in the fiscal tVt "
Ta11ahassee F1a. States, in the Northern District of Florida. lithographic engraving, twenty expenses by year ending. ;
minor child or children of any officer or sol five thousand dollars. United States in information thirtieth of June hundred and "'
J.-FLOYD, Office Apalachicola, Fla. procuring required eighteen fifty f ,
MLNrFACITRER: OF CorrER,TIX AJJD SHEET D. P. HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Fla. dier, under existing laws, the evidence'upon For miscellaneous items! five thousan 1 by the circulars ot eighth October, six, and previous years ; and 'likewise (or defraying j ,1\ .
box WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL j 1 Dec. 22, 185 5. 51 which such certificate or warrant was issued
_. dollars. eighteen hundred and fifty three, and fifteenth the expenses of suits in which'&. f. .i. '
DEALER isr PLAIN, FANCY AND JAPANNED I shall be received to establish the service of I For the contingent expenses of the House March, eighteen hundred and fifty four, on United Sta'es are concerned and of presto. J ..
WARE. such officer or soldier in the application of I of Representatives : queries propounded by the State and Tr/as-; lions for offences committed against the linked !f. '
stovc flcad-Quarter? OKFEE.S HIS PROFESSIONAL fiEKVICES TO THE CITIZENS OF himself, or of his widow or minor child or For the completion of the binding of documents ury Departments, and for information called States, and for: the' safe keeping of prisoners } P
A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor children, for a certificate or warrant for so ordered to bu printed for the use of for by tho resolutions of the House of Representatives two hundred thousand dollars.! } ;
XA. and Wood Stores, trimmed with neatness much land as may be required to make up the House, eighy-nine thousand seven hundred of the fourteenth December, eighteen For the collection! of agricu tire statistics "; 'j
and durability at reduced prices.Out with Dr. M. Nash,immediately cast of the the full sum of one hundred and sixty acres, l'f
OFFICE and fifte n dollars and fifty-six cents. hundred and( fifty three, and twenty sixth investigations for promoting agricnlter and I" J
Door May 19 1855. 20 on proof of the identity of such officer or sol. For the completion of the engraving order. December, eighteen hundred and fifty four, rural economy, and the procurement and distribution i
Roofing. Ornamental Front Heade, Guttering Copper dier, or in case of his death, of the marriageand ed at the second session of tho Thirty-third eight thousand dollars. of cuttings and seeds, to bttxptnd. : t "
and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, Sheet ,
T. 3. )L. RJCBAR!>SO-C.- FLETCHER WUITAKEK identity of his widow, or in caso of her
hundred and thousand For for clerical services ed under the direction the Commissioner
Zine; Lead Pipes, Pateut Cistern Pumps. Shop werk Congress, one fifty compensation per. ot 1. .. ,j
of every rarietj done at .hort notice." RICIIARDSOX. & WHITAKER, death, of the i identity of.his minor child or dollars. formed in the office of the United States legation of Patents, thirty thousand oUara. t t :

City and Country MerchantsAre I Receiving and Forwarding Merchants children : Provided, nevertheless, That if up. For the engraving of maps, charts, and at London, frotfl December} eighteen For compensation and mileage of the mem- .

respectfully invited to give me call before pur..ebuing on a review of such evi lence the Com mill. other plates accompanying documents order. hundred and\fift)' two, to August eighteen bers of legislative assembly, officers dark '. 1.

elsewhere sioner of Pensions shall not be satisfied that ed to be printed at.the first session of the hundrod and fifty three inclusive, one thou- and contingent expenses of the assembly for % ..;t.
QP N. B. All articles manufactned from the very NEW? TORT. FLA. the former certificate or warrant was properly Thirty fourth Congress, nineteen thousand sand dollars.To the Territory of Minnesota, six thousand dol : t :
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durable. No other article August4th,185. .
best material and warranted he required additional evidence Y
:-- granted may dollars. cotnpens ite the Clerk of the United lars. t' t .
will be offered 20,1855.for ule.October 42! DR.R. N. GARDNER, a* well of the term as of tho fact ofservice. For furniture and repairs, !three thousand States district court for the State of Connec- For contingent expenses,of the TtmTpfj ,. J.;. .

five hundred dollars. ticut for making certified copies of all copyrights of New Mexico\ sod to enable tb.'. YttUr t
bit services
the citizens
Co-Pariiiership Notice. OFFERS professional and-surrounding country.to Office SEC. 2. And be further endded, Thatin For stationery for members, four thousand recorded in hid office between January to employ an' interpreter or translate! fit. I :

undersigned hare this day entered into a co removed! tothe residence of Mr. John B,. Crump situation all cases where a pension has Leen grantedto dollars *. eighteen hundred and forty six, and February hundred dollars -4 J f'fo.
THE in theWHOLESALE i *formerly occupied by the late Dr. Jacob Eliot any officer or soldier, the evidence upon 'I For tho pay of clerks upon tho land maps eighteen hundred and fifty two, ninety. For filling up and draining the grounds ta I ":,

&. RETAIL February 1856- 7 which audi pension was: granted shall bit received :: fcr the use of the Committe-J on Public Lands, dollars and twenty five cents. the vicinity of tha, nations! gra houses r ,

DB.UGSUSXNESS:: A. PERRY AMAKER", to establish the service of such officeror six thousand seven hundred and,. sevnty dol. CO't' I? GET: EXPENSES OF TUB DKrAttTJtK.YT: known as the Botanic'Garden, ADd -for walling J f t 1

under the name and style of soldier in his application for bounty land lars and eighty cents. 0)* IT A.TE. the creek'which passes through tb. '11
kTTftVkTLkW, under existing laws ; and upon proof of his For the pay of nine clerks to committees For miscellaneous items, five hundred dollars !. same, five thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. t. :,..

AMES & LIVELY.! TALLAHASSEE FLA. identity as such pensioner, a certificate or I of the House under resolutions of the present I ? .: ; 'fJ.

May 21, 1858. 20 warrant may be issui-d to him for the quantity session, five thousand five hundred dollars. For fitting up and furnishing the courtrooms For continuing the grading and plantingwith .r:;;
ofland to which he shall be entitled ; and For miscellaneous items! twenty thousand and conference room, and offices for
> will be pleased to see their friends trees the unimproved portions of the '
at the old stand of D.H Ames, P,..B. 'B 1t 0 ItA W' S. in case of the death of such pensioned officeror dollars. the solicitor and clerk of' the Court of Claims mall, ten thousand dollars. .V.:'/

ItHEY they will keep a full and general Sill soldier, his widow shall be entitled to a To enable the Clerk to purchase the Statutes three thousand dollars. For construction of a .. 3'szdiIr'square I
sewer .
of Articles appertaining to their ,IBB, certificate or warrant for the same quantityof at Large for the use of members of the I For filling up and grading the grounds belonging six thousand dollars. I .
D. H. AMES '" "
M. LIVELY.hnu&ry TALLAHASSEE. ,FLORIDA., land to which her husband would have House of Representatives, per resolution! of to the custom house building Norfolk For placing the sewer openings alo! .sr," t }'I
1, 185L 1 been entitled, if living, upon proof that she is February twenty first, eighteenhundred and Virginia, one thousand dollars. Pennsylvania avenue under the footway,'. 1tJ 1 i j:

THE Proprietor! would in-, sucl"widow, and in case of the death of such fifty six, five thousand two hundred d"eighty For transportation of officers, and for fuel trapping the same, eight thousand dollaril"fr { !
Notice. : his friends and the officer or soldier leaving a minor child or five dollars. and quarters,,the payment of which i U no lon For old of the :i t."
public, that he has rebuilt his_ '_ portion Patent r
children and no widow, or where the widow To John C. Rives balance due for made the master's I
SlXVi: wths after date the undersigned,administra- large Brick Stables, at the old eland, ,and ii now pay a ger by quarter departmenttwo Office building constructing water cloaat '. .
the estate of Violet Harris, deceased late prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. may have deceased before the issuing of any reporting and publishing in the Daily Globe thousand one hundred and twenty seven therein! and casual repairs of the eat wI I' t
of Leon County, will present his final accounta and He also baa attached to bis'Stables! a good Black certificate or warrant, such minor child .or the proceedings of the House of Representatives dollars and twelve cents. of said building four thousand dollars. .
'Touchers the of Probate for said and .
to Judge County smith Shop. where be willhaye have done all kind of children thall be entitled to a certificate or for the second session of tho thirty third For contingencies of the army, five thou. For additional I.
an eteeted 'B.'
ask to be discharged. R. A. SHINE, Adnfr.Deoetuber29 for.
workHorse and work in '"
1&55. S2-6m Plantation and shoeing with Carriage and dis warrant for the same quantity of land as the Congress, one thousand one hundred and seventy sand dollars. Library of Congress, five hundred doflars* t
the beat : ;
manner (promptness
very .. would have been entitled receive if
father to seven dollars and fifty cents. For the regular supplies of the quartermas
MEDICAL NOTICE. patch.November, 1853. 44 living, upon proof of the decease of father To enable the clerk of the House of Representatives ter's department, consisting of fuel forage in For finishing the portico and exteriorofthe i I f r:.

----<1- and mather : Provided, nevertheless, That if, to pay John C. Rives for report. kind for the horses mules, and oxen of thequartermaster's west wing of the Patent Office buOdlngto I, 1
DRS. GAMBLE & BETTON Harness review of such evidence the Commissioner i pay the reservations due, put up irofr rajU J: f ,
Carriages, Buggiesand upon a : ing and publishing in the Daily Globe the department, at the several and down I
OFF ER their ProfeaaioDal Services to the Pub- For Sale by P. B.Jlrok w.THE of Pensions shall not be satisfied that proceedings of the House of Representatives military posts and stations, and with the armies ing lay necessary flagging fad :;

fS"Office opposite the Store of Messrs.* Subscriber bas ju received a the pension was properly granted, he may require for the first session of the thirty fourth Con in the field ; for the horses of the first dollars.pavement, one hundred and fifty. thousand i {'.''

i Hodgkiu Ja.nuaryC,185G.,Scott& Pooh. 1 : large supply of*Carriages, additional evidence as well of the termsas gress, prior to the first July:eighteen hundred and second regiments dragoons, the companies l .t.. .

l Buggies, and Harness, which be offers of the fact setvice. and, fifty( six, seventeen thousand three of light artillery, the regiment of moun. SEC. 2. And. he further enacttd, '..IDa", k I ;{l

'JI I aiCHAED,___ T._ _BraCB_ T. CHAKLKB W._DOWNING___ for sale on the most reasonable term SEC. 3. And be further enacted, That hundred and eighty dollars. }ed riflemen, and such companies of infantryas the joint resolution of Congress to lix'.lL.* ...
1 <* *f *rf fler& DOWNING***T'r.rBIECHETT ,- r- -November 18, 1854. 46 so much of the third section" of that act in To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives may be mounted, aud also for the author compensation of the employees j in the l legislative .,: ,

1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMSNO. A.L.FISHER, addition to certain acts granting bounty landsto to pay for one hundred copies of ized number of officers' horses when servingin department of the government, and ;loprohibit t. .

} 490 Seventh Sired ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.... certain officers and soldiers who have been the continuation of the Annals of Congress the field and at the outposts ; of straw for the allowance of the usual extr't compensation i: t"" .
I TALLAHASSEE, FLA." engaged\ in the military sen ice of the United for the library of the House of Representatives soldiers bedding, and of stationery, including to such as receive the- benefits !I. :-

WASHINGTON CITY. States," approved March third eighteen hun. during the present fiscal year, one thousand company and other blank books for the army, thereof," approved the twentieth cf3'uLj' I :.

1 V 1 V TILL practice before the Court of Claims, and WILL practice,and in Thomas in the Courts County of, the Oa. Middle Dis. dred and fifty-five, as requires the party five hundred,dollars. certificates for discharged soldiers blank eighteen hundred and fifty four, and th* prt-, I i. 1 '_"

1 Departmenta.prose nte claims before Congress and the aerral tKC- Office in the Capitol, 2d story, immediatelyover claiming a certificate or"warrant, under .the To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives forms for the pay and quartermaster's depart. vision in the act of third March.eighteenbaiidred r

1I I July :8. 1856. SO the room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court. provisions of said act, to establish bis'or her : to pay for the continuation of the ments, and for the printing of division and and fifty five, which authorizes! tht sip- ,
July 21, 1855. 292ly right thereto by record evidence of the service .Annals of Congress, for the members of the department orders, army regulations, and reports plication of the;benefits of said resolufton' S t. C' .

R. H., BERRY, fo/jwhich' such certificate or warrant has' thirty second Congress, three thousand dol- four hundred and sixty thousand dol apply to the librarian and assistants an4111"f f fa

Auctioneer and Commission E. BARNARD Jr. been or'may be claimed, be, and thejsame is Jars. lars. senger in the library of Congres, be so'con .

t MERCHANT. WILL CONTINUE THE t hereby, repealed, and parol evidence, whereno *; PUBLIC PRINTING.To For the incidental expenses of the quartermaster's strued as to allow them twenty per cfntaa ra } ,.. '

J tJ DRUG & MEDICINE BU.SINESS regcord evidence exists, !may be admitted supply deficiencies in the appropriationfor department, consisting of postage on upon the compensation provided by the seventh '- t .
; 22'ALLLRt.tr; Fla, sept. 29,1856. 89Wholesale to proVe'the service performed, under such printing and paper ordered at the first letters and packets received and sent by officers section of the act of fourth August' a' i ;;.

j Iw._.::8. ']YI''lTLS: : sr AT THE OLD STAND, SIOX .i1 rules and regulations as the Cnmmissioner of session of the thirty third Congress, fifty seven of the army on public service ; expensesof eighteen hundred and fifty four, making ip-* f "..

1 and Retail Druggist, })Pensions may prescribe. .* thousand one hundred and seventy three dol courts martial and courts of inquiry, including propriations for the civil and diplomati ex"t'I
SEC. 4. And be further enacted, That penses of government and the laid It- ,
NEWPORT FLORIDA. OF THEVi "MOETAE, lars.To the additional compensation to judge ; jomirs* I
the eighth section of the act above mentioned supply deficiencies in the appropriation advocates recorders members and witnesses olution shall not be construed to spply io the .
ORDERS from PfejrucSao* and Planters put up the third of March in the for of the second sessionwf the thirty public for either ... '
car. approved day year printing while on that service under the act of March printer branch of Congress ; ..'
_February 2,greatest 1M6. C Corner of Clinton and Monroe S- street, Tallahassee. eighteen hundred and fifty-five, shall be con third Congress, which deficiencies were sixteenth, eighteen hundred and two ; extra and that so much of the act approved 'tht'' it-.

January 19, 1856. strued as embracing officers, marines, seamen i transferred to the account of the first sessionof pay to soldiers employed, under the direction third of March, eighteen hundred and fifty"* f; W,

LONG & GALBRAITH, JOHN W. EVANS, and other persons engaged in the naval : the thirty fonrth Congress, in virtue of the of the quartermaster's department, in the e. fiv'as required all blank books, binding f i;;.

ATTORNEYS:: AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ATTORNEY AT LAW service of the United States during the revolutionary : joint resolution approved February twenty rection of barracks, quarters, storehouses and ruling for'the several executive depart. '
I1'I A. LONG 4t J. B. ALBBAITE bare ....001.- war, and the widows and minor seventh, eighteen hundred and fifty six, two and hospitals ; the construction of roads and n.ents shall be furnished under the diWctW' I

ated themselves in the practice of Law. They BAIJfBRIDGK::, CEO to,all business en children of all such officers, marines, seamou i hundred and forty, four thousand one hun other constant labor for periods of not less and supervision,of the Sape ntendent'*of t ." ; '.

via attend. Court thtCocrts and the in District the Middle CQJU1a Circuit o{ the,the United Sn.pT.ni. -' WILL' gave ad to prompt'attention his care,in the Counties of Thomas. ; and other persons engaged as aforesaid. '' dred aud eighty eight dollars and ninety five than ten days, under the acts of March sec Public Printing. ,be, and the same is 'bertbj,' ;.

WaUs atTaUaJhame.Office Decatur, Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. SEC. 5. And be further enacted, That cents. ond, eighteen hundred and nineteen, and Au- repealed. t ,
oppotlt! the C&nrt House. February 17, J85B. 7 tf the provisions of the said act shall extend to To provide for the engraving of the maps gust fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty four, SEC. 3. And be it further enacted,S.That'the t4e'' t J-.

October 28.- 185t.: lvy all persons who have served as volunteers and drawings accompanying the reports of including those employed as clerks at division provision: :.in.the act of July twenty *..?.'. j.
Just Received.T with the armed forces of the United States : explorations and surveys to determine a Pacific and department head quarters; expenses: of enth, eighteen hundredahd fifty four, eQq U4 f i

.$ 8. KNIGHT, EMONS, Goava. and, Currant Jellies. Prunes subject to military orders for the space of railroad route, forty nine thousand two expresses to and from the frontier posts and An act to increase the'salaries of execolvt"and .1 ,

AUCTIONEERS( COMMISSION MERCHANT .I y Pears, Sardiaes.Pickled Oysters, Brandy Peach fourteen days, in any of the wars specified in hundred dollars, or so much thereof 'as may armies in the field; of escorts to paymasters judiciary e8W i Oregon, New M.ii-,. j \
Pine and Ginger '
TALLAHASSEE- FLORIDA. es, ,Preaerred Green Gage Lemon Marmalade., Orange,Lemon Apples Syrap Raspberry tbo first section of the said act, whether such be necessary; and the said maps and drawings other disbursing officers, and 'trains, when coVaahiDgtoD, Utah-- and .M iDeiot&.1I ,

September 1,1865.; 05 do. &ra.berrydo..PineAppI. do., and Ginger persons were or were not mustered into the shall be engraved to the satiafacticn of military escorts cannot be furnished ; expen. which declares that the salary. of&. tp.w It.a ,'
do, Raspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon,Lobster,Had service of' the United. States. the Secretary of War. ses of the interment of ron-commisshned( nor of New Mexico be, and the sattia iabere-

WILLIAM; SCOTT, dock, Hallibot and bbad. Assorted Fiokb. Scotch SEC. 6. And be further enacted" That For. compensation often clerks of class officers and soldiers; authorized office furniture by, increased: thin of 'lh!>e 'th'odtesd f.
ATYQRNV" Aii'" L W Ala and Porter. the widows'and minor children of 'all such one,employed temporarily in the office of the ; hire ::laborers in"the quartermaster's dollars,.h ll.liitconatraot! by th 'tMoaSftf .
,MONTICELLO, FLA. 3OOOO Havana AMES Cfgnn.& LIVELY. persons as are specified in the last preceding I Third Auditor, on account of military bounty department indud(ing ,hire of .interpretern officers the"treasury to b.tkMI.yf'
: section of this act, and are now dead,'shall lands, three thousand four hundred and sixty and .,
JslytO.IRM. to tljan Jaanary 6, 1856. 1 spies guides for the army ; compensa joe that officer as governor and as supexise& rt
_. be, entitled to the same privileges as the;.widows i six dollars and seventy six cents. of clerk to officers of the quartermaster's ds- of Indian a6ai,. : .
".rwILut 8,' BILW6BT1I, LIZ INSURANCE. and minor children of the beneficiaries partment of and : '
COXTINGEKT EXPENSES' OF POST OFFICE DEPAETMEKT. ; compensation forage wag. Approved Maj,,16, I860A
Atteraej and Cowisellor at Law THE NEvt-YORK'LlfE'INSURANCE, CO named in the act to which this isan amendment onmasters, authorized'by the act of July fifth -.
AOQtTVI TD' CAflTAt*.... .-.,.$1,000,000. :. eighteen hundred and thirty eight for the .
JWNTICJBLLO, FLORIDA.i Company '1 Issae*'pelfcias on th. lives ot. SEc 7. And be it further enacted, That For blank books, binding, and stationery, apprehension of deserters,'and the ; CUT rca.- M. t !i: "'
THIS. fuel for the General Post Office including expenses .
.. persons-1># au or mor years, or for thewbolt when any company, battalion, or regiment, building, incident to their pursuit ; the various a timepiece'taada entirely "" t '
WlLLpnMdesiaUwOonrU, of tU JftidU Or- perxxTof lifeON THFIHTTUAL SYSTEM. in organized form, marched more than the Auditor's office, oil, gas and for the first and expenditures _.., ::.:i "1' < ;'<"'1 ...... '
'required .
any second works
.. : DivlcUod d..la'sd to-Uts-ios&red'oa polleia i touedfwllfc. : watchman regiments p1ateaIuninium .
& Conotr, G*. : candles, printing, labor, day and cogs, AI'! '
b twenty miles to the place! where they, were .af "the ,..... .
It, U 8. : ,dragoon., companies of light =
JV.nD. 1-1 1: for miscellaneous. Items ;three thousand dol. I' ,; 'and .j j.better If.. ,1:&. '
mastered. 1nto'theservo of the United States : :
P&.in.j'.Wr AfbpIJsAJLux, Pres't artillery,' the regiment of mounted riflemen .. .. ,7.-'l\
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:1:1: : '
: ceI .. *biteLeai. ,At. tZ.LDDcatiO$ raeeifftd: in- Puflalmas h1" or: were'discharged more than t.entymiles- I lais. and such companies of infantry as maybe I I .fur_ '; P ,",... .....":'(..,"..

200 BO WiD.1 v.Glass.. Assorted ststs. too I ; *&*i)91i1L..: -' ..L1!: from the'place! where such.company; battalion ASSAY OFFICE,.HEW YOBK., mounted! m: for the purchase::of hono equip ala gaflytmp1od ':.!41!;, :r .
&; a.NO'1. I. or regiment was'organized in all-,such For .of workmen even .thousand m ntz ( bridles dou.t" 1J -"' '.';,!. L :
=r wages ," ,, as saddles ,. saddle blankets, .. .. wer-: ,.. -
htrrtl. Qj!., ... AENCYUF1'HETNA: INSURANCE CO .,cases,' mpoti atlte length.,of service of dollars. .nose 4ron combs ..
::.*::'. 'x..Qit., ',' '. ,.' ; carry comb,.a zid'p52r5 < : .b.-wicI.; '... .... W.
6Q 7N1* ..': -' Ii'_ .>;"_..""'."-- '..'.. .. OL''mm .the,officers,and.apwiera,of any.such! company i .For salary l of tie aurtey general ol Utah, $ 'aDc.wapai.ttranlltag"fo'lHU.ck-: :'''J .l1jf4 ''''"'C.'U '

T !O u i: WIh;) 'At oI.tM' ':J p&i".wm"ft ; battalion, or,regim Dt,.th ei .shij .be.sj. !-i eight aft drd": ndthbttifr1eceflts -thirty i .tBrw-ddlarsind wnftbs s'". ud i i ''''' alsi hdne and:,malattfolry..iiakYf .. ., i .!At.. "',_ .
iUmliT. : il.w..CV."... ITa .. _"'-. pbstkmsfs mak.Icewano. .lowed: lIedaiCor.every twentjr 'refits fromt1elitowberC ; : ,. <'' ?, .rf. 1'/. ..., ,shai,, k Ji'cI'It -b! in" ,f : 'tiyIt" l" _, S .

\-t. j1......' Ta. r .t al.I, ;ib-si'ff rB iL : : ''';...L.wt.11.: aD'_:- ,& 4: -Frm.., -'BuDchp- l t! the! ,:cooiparnT, battalion; or ,. '. ,Fcflwjirm;of the Chief? .Jottiee'( f thpremf .. u.., ; t mM'; ,cJl iMi&MTB ','' .I' A1. 9Y _.o .;.!:'::w ,) t., '

hJ411Vt! .1I1J6'kLtvELT- :. :"; I J i-tm..;' -r "Bi C LZWIS.- itgirneut-Wa organized to-'th*.r) ee' where ,Coart" n ,
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zt4OutnaI.I ,'and niiudcd leadfrs of tl : I '
} tigh o4 vkig
party f I
I kzernzihraf4Incingcr4 NEnnd 1i ,
1b faUo.the i o,ertati" praxHplairbich 9 ,' of the Sentiriel 'pcrll'n the'gWbjesession'] } ; in both houses : '
1 _. pWeraed, *rallvinR to.lbf dwTeoQf.W the con WettV'td; the Set.llementsFr di : I .ofthlcitj, fought *
bo .attention
-- of of
sensitive squatter yesterday I
very Congrr on
G.: the nlUcV'of it* faritfeil ;- t r upou ., ,' ,ot \ < au 1:1 t1i3'?t blID9.Rlfta._
TALLAA3EE.... lid.'sor 'of thw ctianWe.I'a t2'ee ,. 5sovmfgnty,.jind'co ipraas"that{ ; the Kan.' 2'yc l arJ1\ from'Bg., GJn.CflVRCUILLo1 the toi4.ji4ttha. rencou1p ..:. dt : 1 I! arid 'his' "o tlltWO

.' aen vhoiprthe'Lig partj.;..v to eaj-Nebraslta' bill f'embodies'this, odious prin-J .!(the,II. S.. Army, that whte oo JJl:5, Way from "0 whjtOt4! Pie oz$ : .. u' day nfieruoo. .10 < ( .
4r h aeJ
L ) "tr strtnglK the BQC- ;
Saturday MayBl,1856 lending t)ifc common c&csc ge which wq together have ciple said l. shonld be condemned. byi tlie'South. [ :jTariipa here l t\e took lodgings for' the night .twf1tfl.. > to'l, ( 9.k of South C Ii .r :: .w mating( traaUkifcutotho

r ;\ 'Sir,.tb end is :vuot yet; others ,will will "crytill i; .We ;now' inform d.i' cotempo ::oir; .Wednesday) the"1l4tbJ,}st.,'. at.the house olir5afe ..1'ts "''auAchu8e OJ*&J.HE high. Tb.*,Daniel!

The time \rill come, nod come very IOOD- J WhitfV.d, .&IhiAysi mileji-froiri,Tahipa.J- \ Jr sam-ftHnorrow with a load of
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. than they think. As the designs of the enemy rar.-md'douJltIess it"\vill surprise him very Before he left Whitfield's,. he. learned that In the Senate aha occurrence was briefly di1 ror.'Valkcr recruits

.? I more end more developed, the patriot baud: much-that, Mr. Fillmore himself, as the the Indians approached Capt. Bradley's tailed by Mr. Wilson, after wliich; Mr. Sew- -S.. 0 .1
with frcch recruits. Yes let
". -, FOB GOVERNOR, augmented of alarm} be sounded through the land ;; let signer of the organic law of Washington Ter. house a few miles distanti Bradley's family ard offered a resolution to raise ra committee Important, from Hatcuma. ..

MADISON only be informed ; let them be told of the ritory, endoised the identical clause, word for had returned: from supper, and the children I of five to investigate the facts, &nd report,' NEfi1X &.M..y Th. hJ QpA'
criis'Lieh u at hand; end they will wore hi an'open passagE of the house, when arrived
word much in the Kansas- the of City at midnight from
their and their heel thoh< adi so complained of I thereon, .as well as to report opinion Mobjletvia '
might placing on Indiana fired volley which killed* little
: OF \..\' n:" rOCXTY.FOR i t serpent that has glided into their EJen, they i. Nebraska bill. It was signed by Mr. Fillmore I girl and mm tally H! wounded boy fifteen a years i the committee.! The resolution was adopted Havana, With 'dates. (ruin the latter nor1'r.
h it to tIle earth and forever. I tothel2thjastatit.
once I II 3d March, 1853, and reads as follows 1 old ; he ran into the house, got u gun and i without objection, nnd the Senate proceeded The're 'ere )
: the of of 'I rumor at HaraoA tLatJtli
) language Whig: high
CO.NGRnS was
"That thc light vf suffrage end] of holding office returned to the passage to tire when he fell to clcct..as the cormn.Utpc.Messrs\ Casso Gt'ycr, Spanish government.
GEORGE S. HAWKINS I -not of a village politician, whose j shall be txcrcised onlj by citizens of the United dead. The mother, Mrs. Bradley! ran outand that araatooUuaoodi,
States above the mc of t\venty-tiuc years and /Ao >: the"housp. I PenrceDodge, and Allen. atelyj&t port an expdiion: to.proce.dCosta to
never were ahove the mere names of carried her children into .-
I Ii above thai who Jiall have dtelared on, oath to ; 'Ricaand opj"rtto ,.glrDit W.l1.J
.OK JACKSON COVXTY. age ; Indians I In the House Hon. Lewis D. Campbell f in
The shot without heror
.i. i and who cannot contemplate principle) utppcrt tit, Cun" iilvtiun of tht L'nittd States and ; at her hurting Nicaragua ; and that a: distinguished ;
'i Sjuuilidotficcrtlb3s !
of her children. 0 biou bt the subject before that body by the
the i of this act. :11nlorc
and apart from the nomenclature to I Ii t already been despatched
Floridian & Journal for tb Capt.! Bradley, who was prostrated; on his introduction ofa preamble, in which the alleged !. 0I tttu
i he has been accustomed, no matter The truth i nil this twaddle about squ .t- I scene future action.
A We to iwtie on the eccond 1 I bed by sickness, arose and returned a lire on facts stated and resolutions There :re'atao
propose 1"om' ; are briefly w that 'Vera
I!1 } the crisis or hew changed the political ter sovereignty comes with bad giace the Indiins I rumors Cruz i i. .
with three which
June, and continue until after the Presidential: I two or guns similar : to be blockaded and \
: and of the whose i our Southern Know Nothing fril.'nds1111 it I In- had in his house which caused tla'm to I raising a committee of investigation boqbardedfi' Sp4D h
the prospects country
tion the Floridian and Journal l, at forces in order
Campaign I t to enforce t tie
i : I to that in the Senate. Mr. Camp.bell's .jwym 9tceitain
_ lowing rates : : interest, it is his firnt duly! to subser.e j is patent to the whole world and the 1tll.: I withdraw. Capt. Bradley had a married appointed I claims duo from Mexico tfeSp .
of mankind" that their Northern allies daughter liiing at a distance, but within hear. j preamble and rcsclutions were passed i.-h
; To a siugl Subscriber. promote. ance I governiucnt. Thia movement: It i is sffd/

To a Club of 3 3, address tame.. P..0., I it is said, the democratic pivss is : almost to a man, are opposed to the Kansas j i ascertain ing of the the filing.cause She-ho sent went a negro to Brldll'"shouse boy to I t with but little Jis{ us ion because of the apI I i is to proceed immediately, and the unusual '

To a Club of 5, and Nebraska bill and let ; : plication of the previous question. The speak. activity prevailing among the Spanish men'
,. f with laudations of the men who have no opportunity escape nnd. returned without! IlIolt'station-ho .
.4l. 0 '. .1 .6 .S like Mr. Benjamin, and; that democrats i to condemn it. The Black Republicans I' diJ not see the Indians. Bradley! thinks i er appointed) the following comrni'tee' : I' of would war at Havana/ : in getting ready for sea

S 10, do the and denouncethe there were not less than fifteen Iiichi.inAltho' '- i, Lewis D. Campbell of Ohio, A. C. M. Pen seem! to give seine erederzce.Ioho. ; V
Tli money must iavariably:: af-company the the land :arc feigning iaans to their! i very same: thing, ( : ,t rumor.

,toicsnre,, attention lIe it so. J Is i ij. \\ oiulcrful! fciii-h things :. measure as a palpable) swindle upon the :' at the first discharge, his daughter did ninglon of New Jersey, howell Cobb, of !I -,

rrmrWe take I North. Mr. Sunnier of :)\Masfcachusv not hoar more than six or seven reports. i i Georgia, A. B. Greenwood of Arkansas, an1I i From"WaiMngton.WAMII.NUTON .. ".-
I Ifit remakn-
j-lacc! ttraiige or : : sJ1'ak.I; lie was nlso of (the opinion that t e Indians: !
ohscrvcintheSedizc1f'1'Ucday/ : I .
I E. May 23.-Th Sena'c .
of New York.I
tt toI
: high, nuMo: indc-pi'iidont! patriotic ing, a few days since, in the United States were! about his, house! :llllliciltt. i Spinner
1! j I
( ( day
appointed ballot the .
another letter :addressed us 11'c:? ; by following committee
: : thoiU: bring 'dclbht; !: and gratifica l'llItl', character iied the! operation of the : Capt. Biudley sent a statement of the fact. ;I In each house the proceedings were based to iaves igate the assault S

_ which! will! be__revieweel,in our u next.I __ the bret of true Leaned democrats Kansis-Nebri ka Lil! b\ the ute of the following i j tn I (;len. Churchill ; and besides thi infonnation I upon the assumption that Mr. Brooks! madeI I! Sumner Senators Cass of Micbigani on oat Allen r

>y the mail of this morning: we me i in: whose care the! leptiblic Las always terms: den.; Churchill saw pcr.ons who had. I the assault on :!lr. Sumner wl.il8C in his teat ;, of Rhode Uland, Pearce of Maryland, Dodge
\'i-ill'd Biadley's house. The Mail between
session of Col.! Pen-y's: letter of : '.' safe, and t the government wisely ad- But the wickednessl.i.l. I IIL'gill to expobe r| Ocala anel Tampa is eliscontinucd.din. Stage .- !I and engaged in Jiis public lit&iness. In the I of Wisconsin, an i Geyer of Missouri Th
ii iini :ea,urubly njrgraAate-d l tic u.otive 'which1Oflh1tCl ,: I House after struggle, parsed a
by mo-
i IIou.se these factj assumed in the
which: will appear in the nest issue.We ( ? Is it:1 matter of jcproach that it. Nt.t i ii jiiy cutnuivii! lust for jjovcr .:ij ; ). Churchill! was ii: the first Seminole: war i weie preamble I lution by ten majority appointing a commit.tee .

; ii Lee : {) should( he admiied,and that factious: this uncuMinon tiagt-dy: have its orign. It i is the rape of I l.S'il: ), and was lately ordered out here, :; of )Ir. Campbell!, and in the Senate of iu\'o tigal oll. The speaker appointed
ri'pret le.-tin that! O. : i-f n %irin Tciritory, compelling it tu llm hateful II a tour of observation, l Ii) the Socretaiy ol"wrir. i they were distinctly aasurne-d }by Mr. Wilson
itio:1 ail adhercncec the
following of
: bigoted to iiioi'e ; i gentlemen : Campbell Ohio
an estimable citizen of Madi-on County, ; : unbrnoe ut'ijl.i\uy; ucd it Ill:, be clcaily traced to a .-7'i'J'z//.c( JVf//pW/ Democrat. .
I thnuld 1 ll' iKHcultd and: despised 1, or t'pra\'cllongir, i.ir;' a ll.W tlavc State, the hijeois: j in his opening marks. It i is hardly doubt Allison of Pennsylvania, Cobb Georgia,

nt the Court House on ThursdayTlie : :: fchonU lamented and I offer''in,* (T !such u .rim{'. i in t the tope, nJdiug to the- '! I! ftsl that the proceedings in the two houses : Greenwood Arkansas, and Spinner of, New
; wo say.: deplored .f Savt! in the Xaii l ; .
1.1'1. power ( iv .n: (0ve1 nkeflt. Vef j Latest Indian News I York.
It would !h. tt range iueed: if we, togeth I sir \vh -- a Hoy i apology
mid l highly ; is using up!] condemn, this vrranf: *, arid to nuki: it a felt-nee therefore' that the in
: r.ll : jurisdiction the
procecdingsofaIarg' our democratic brethren:!: here aid:: : of Lord Clarendon as sufficient (to relieve'Mr
the Lcie in
liijfing to iiuti''i.s our Republic force I Iay One Mail Wound.
J jactable meeting of the citlr.ens of here,,fchoyld v.iihhold; our commcnda-: :. sir, rOUCK-li.-is boui opculy cnij'! >\cd in cow- :j By the anival, of Mr. A. N. P.vcirrrvJr.: |: case is rested on the facts assumed, that Mr. .::I Cramnton\ wli.ise: dismissal i ii de-meJ cettnin. :

rc-spccfuig our Indian! diftienllies.were '' of poHtic.il cyuhct: or whi.-li pellii: Kaifcas: to this ]pollution, r.d; all for the s.ikc; !' : !i Sumner at the time of the; assault was not.I : .
measiirc of pvlic.l:;: j 1,0w.'r" 'i'n.-ie is the himjilc, fact \\hkhyt'ii j.ri'ss-inun from i Tamp.i, yesterday e\en ngve -
-- thi morning, and will appear in th? HH ; : tlu approbation: : of our ,iad L l11l'lIl. .: \\ill! vainly attt-mj 1) deny Lut vLich: in iu<:ll' | \ If.-irn (that a train carr) lng [irovisions to I un'y' in his seat, Lut engaged in his public I, ,7'- sympathizers of Hcuerl.11,1'

ing number: of this IIaIt'r.TheMCCtJflofO1dLincr.. ,! give us great t gratification)! if the "c.Kl ji public)'I events ciiniLa an cssci.ti.il BCCHJ like w j luLiic'irlec
-- : :: )by tCII or fifteen Indian?, on Satin,day the only mit-jri 'il 1 facts; about which there
of the i.jSJdle districl i thoto who
." ; at.: I If 1 it contains: : : the odious: feature: of squatter last: t, within tvvchemiies of Tamp.iala) j.lace.- I city of ew York on Tuesday evening lu).

I We promised to return to this subject I the meeting: nnd gave countenance: to ; sovereignly: why i is it thus: denounced by Mr. known as .Simmons' Hammock. The patty may be controversy, we fl'cl:1t liberty to I Elijah F. Purdy, Esq., presided. Speeches:

the view of imp:essiiig upon i>M h'' -? \\ word or deed, should retrace. their j>tcns.;' : Sumnei :i mel his Noithern! Know Nothing iI i had just Inltvd: at a branch to drink and as | state briefly what we think! will be foun.l to were made by Governor; Price of N-' Jersey .

-- their eiror."e\ have in. I some of them were dismounting a little boy I bo the: truth as to the occurrence.
: () t. not I
; I'onfe'derales. The old! line Peck of
the dutwl cil they ewe to their i : NatiunalVI.igs : UeorgW. Michigan, Judge
: i who was lining a horse attached to one eif The Senate ha'l} aid of
loit all that adjourned most
vet have :
hope we may an the North this bill and unite ; and several others and
at letters
the We to nil are supporting Philips, ; Crotn
stay I Indian behind
present emergency. blWan: a tree,
are not willing to be bou-jd l hJ tuch! ) tUhlitV of i l'ongmtulltingwmc of the : with the Democrats in the support of its ad- and wagons he ciied I out, Father thl'rc's:1II I li.elian !" ;; the senators anti persuns in the galleries had I General Cabs and W.-dbridge, 1100. \YWiaoli

as those which the proceedings' of the : 1H'n theic assembled! who may yet sec vocates. With lefercncu to this matter the pointing' to the spot where he saw him. No I: left the chamber, wheu Mr. Brooks approach i Smith of Virginia, end Thomas lMeog.

forego; :1nl 1 fyriret! their! hatred of the Sentinel i is found ': sooner had; the boy spoken than the! Indians 1 cd near to Mr. Sumner, who still occupied i her
of the 17th, seek to place upon their free I ( ill wry strange company. ,Esq.
namo: of democracv. ;. fired, :and he fell from the horse: dead.: Tl-c i his seat, and said : .
'id deliberate judgments: Lc not lie is co.ol'crating": it" the! entire abolition A similarly large and enthusiast meeting
A father! c:1ughtlp the dead( body of 'his son Mr. Sunnier I have, lend
friends will !
fur criL-
whig pardon us :1 I your speech
motives element rot the North to impair confidence{ in of the tends General Walker held in
the base imputation of improper I and i placed it in a wagon, when, another volley "ithi. and with much i was
: care ;is impartiality as
in lei
at '
taking your stand under the }banner) opposition part -t Jo a deadly, a measure which his own party endorsed t j 1 was fired by the! Indians, ad:, he with j I am capable of, and I feel it my duty to tell : Nashulle, Tcnneesee. on Monday eveninglast. .

Republic in the Links of that party ( almost said, insans !hatred of a name. Philadelphia, and against which, as a party, i( another man were killed. vou that you have libel! -d mv State and .

the oifly one effective for good, sit i is the !i :iotIv and solemnly ask them, can they |: the 1 Know I Nothings of his own State have ': At the first fire, a negro belonging to the: 1! W slandered a kinsman who} is aped*and absent, I

any other reason for opposition to uri: train started l for an encampment where a detachment ; and I must punish for it." NORFOLK ELECTION.-An election held in
Iv one natural in its character, and I not said a w onl. It is quite manifest, however I i you
- with the democracy! whose platform that from Capt. Sparlanan's Company ; Mr. Brooks then struck Mr. Sumner a vio- I Norfolk last Thursday resulted; in tho defeat
it but
they! are secretly opposed) to ,
tive in its objects tendency. were stationed, 0111) 2 miles li! tHlt.: Two t
I '(' to the all absorbing nuestion of ; ; lent blow the head with I of the American ticket. The Argus saya tha
The ascription of tiiilcr: designs have not the moral courage to avow their ;i men only now remained, and one of them j across a gutta percha I

motives, is always made Inmen \.", they say h substantially t the! same as :, opposition.: ITo i wounded in the hi1,. They fired three times, i cane. At first, Mr. Sumner manifested a disposition anti Know Nothing gain in that city inca "

.wrong and incapable: of own, which the I meeting leafiiimed 1 ?- !I. tay, the lent: of it, this i is a timorous; -. and fled. The Indians, aware ot the direc. I to defend himself, I but was finally i the gubernatorial election a year ago I lias
cannot appreciate
those elevated views and do they tender their support; to the i I evasion of an important issue, which bhonld tion taken by the negro, also fled, leavingthe ; prostrated by the repeated blows of his assailant I been GOO. Norfolk was the firt Southern

standing Nothings who have no: such ph.nk ii: i; teams, wagons, &c., unhurt. : ; when several of the bystanders in- I city carried by the American party.I .
be and i j
met boldly not by a approval,
principles by which statesmen ': r quas The persons killed weiu Mr. Uoaclt\1 Ir. I
platform, or principle in their {'..Ih'd- tClf red and removed Mr. S. in I Port-mouth, opposite Norfolk, has ,also
influenced ia their and and I the untenable! aiguir.ent that it admits of ;| Stalling: and his son. )Ir. Ilinson vas: i a senseless <

______ arc purposes the ; do they i ignore Donaldson, who was j i a i.quitter: sovereignty interl retati)11._ : wounded in the hip. Mr. Hatfield and the condition, to one of the adjoining rooms.- I gone for the Democrats, by a majority be-
V i ia their action. The! clamor! taunts
and it is understood, yet claims to IJct ---- negro man escaped unhurt. !. Supposing these to be substantially the facts tween two hundred and three hundred.

attempted sneers of tucb men are not ..t'e In looking about for a reason i [Fur the Fvridi.l: ,an Journal] The attack was made'! at l P.2 o'clock I it may be remarked that the offence of Mr., I .

regarded. They fall harmlets the LONG POND, Levy Co., Fla., { I 1100:1.( :] or lox, of the Baltimore Sun, says-
n.yht; have: suggested: such action, we :;I Sumner consisted in his having attacked in
high minded man who asserts tho May 15th, Ib50. ; -- ,. The Administration entertain not the least
every \" imagine the one, which we have al: I < a late speech, in a most wanton and atrocious ,
of independent thought :nd action, or Mr. Editor: 1 take the liberty of! writing Very Latest from Washington. I idea, as is said of the occurrence of any :u'-
named, coupled, it is t true, with an : not the State of South
the privilege of deciding for himself you a short letter, which 1 Il10Jlu yon will fin I !, \r"umtGTO:1- ii7.-There was considerable manner only rious difficulty with England. Dpi, whilw
: unanswerable attachment to the! name ; Carolina of which Mr. Brooks is
excitement in the Senate to-day. a representative -
and 1 in valuable to publi h and congratulate tho its
momentous questions, especially room your paper > we may country upon
which they were: once banded. : Mr. Butler, who has returned, briefly de. ; bu! Senator Butler, who is a near t ,.A
which involve the giavoit consideration send one copy to the editor of the Albany I escape from a foreign war jt lOot be said
I! our judgment, this! i is all: wrong. Our : nouncrd Simmer's speech. : relative of Mr. Brooks, an aged gentleman, : -r*
and patiiotism.We P:1triol11'3n:", (;In. i iOn Mr. Toombs of (; the I that we are not in dangei'ra domestic war,
ty i ('orgia, justified assault
fri'IlliodJ! I u1'cruch hate i
: not: to : and now, and at the time of the attack, absent I .
do not that the nets .ind res Sttunay"Cllilg: last, ? 1r. :l. Shepherd i' on Mr. Sunnrcr.Mr. which is tenfold more serious.
say and r.inkb in their: !liosomLet them
: ; at home. As the attack made by
of tiC: meeting of the 17th! were tccigno! l : a citizen i of the Wieos-a.si; K-ttlement t, : l Wade, of Ohio, said, if necessary, he I
I follow the: example of Toombs and : would( die lighting for the liberty of debate. I Mr. Brooks when the Senate was not in session While excavating recently for the cellar ofa
do in words j.uch went over to pee D. P. Holder, one of his neigh- ,
convey or coi-.vey any : of Georgia; Dixon of 1 Kentucky, Mr. Wilson, Massachusetts, pronounced : and when the chamber is open to all new building in Burlington Iowa, the
rc.t.-ii 1'1 I los Mr. Holder being from home, Mr. S. re- j I
potation, or any uc as-per i of Maryland*Jones; of TennesseeCa, I tho zissnnlt upon Mr Stunner as brutal and persons, we presume that the place where it workmen. broke into an arched vault, six
turned. He had not out of of his'
those which got sight .
insinuations as to we : cowardly.Mr.
or : of .Missouri, Clingman of North Caro i was made can have no bearing on the legal feet deep and ten feet square in which they
ref cITed. The high characters of the : friends when he heard a hallooing behind Butler replied : you are a liar, but
: Putnam, Ilogue I Campbell, and others subsequently retracted the'! words, and apologized questions which may bo involved. Whether' found eight human skeletons each of which
-- men who reported the resolution is a I l him, and he ran back; and when he reached I I
: ;:' and of the! man whose sentiments to the Senate. Mr. Sumner w'asat the time engaged in his was a little over eight feet long. The walls
that acting thus in a public : the j-lace: 3Ir Holder informed him that aPanther i
guaranty : have just quoted, and whose opinions j The debate then dosed.1Jesl'atcht.s public duties, and, if he was, whether that is of the vault were about 14 inches thick
ty, they would not condescend, to had caught a coin the cow pen, : were sent to.dl by the Asia, I
be respected, and whose whole spl'cchi welllaij with
; a material circumstance in the case, are questions up cement or indestructiblemortar.
the least wise and her considerable but that :,11'. Dallas Minister London
motives of men, to say as gave a fright, to our at announcing I
i! be engraven on the hearts of every on which the committees raised will report .
the dismissal of
patriotic as themselves. i : he bad gone. Mr., Shepherd turned to go I Crampton. I
throughout the length and breadth of
tho facts and their and until
We heard the remarks of but one ; home again. Just as he reached home and j opinions ;
Let all right minded whigs General; Intelligence. I 'such deem it to indu'ge NEW YORK, May 23.-The assault on
reports, we premature :
speakers. Hut we hazard little( in I shut up his horse, a Panther, supposed to be i, Senator Sumner has caused excitementin
it, and our word for it, his conscience: great
w llkcr's battle of Uivas had excited but i I in further remarks.-I'ninn.
for bear witness : attacked Mr. S. lie seized a stick i
assertion, cur ears same one,
Massachusetts. The has
: tell him as he rises from the perusal, Goi little attention in England. Russia, Sweden Legislature appointed -
truth of what we assert, that it is too i nUll do likewise." : and broke it over him, when his dogs came to ii j and Oldenburg had agreed to Denmark's proposition I Personalities in Kansas. a Committee to consider what actionis

the practice of individuals to arraign the --- "- i I his assistance. !'' S. reached his house im- I concerning the Sound Dues on condition Fighting, we believe, has ceased in Kan. necessary.

duct and to impeach the motives of : Late frora'Washington.WASHINGTON hurt. The Panther fought the dogs for some that others interested would acquiesce. I sas, but'Miigh words" and quarreling go on !
:d 1S5G. : William T.Byrd, of Sumptrvile! Alabama
May ,
who discarding mere party names, : :i time nnd hurt some of them badly. It was '1 Russia is about to commence nnothof campaign actively as ever. A man, whom we take to
; Brooks, Representative frcm South against the Circassians. A commercial hitherto a respectable merchant, was recent.ly .
less of former associations have dark and Mr. S.'s were unloaded, so the be a Border Ruffian, sends us a Phillipiche
gar | assaulted Mr. Sumner, of Massai :! I II treaty had been concluded between Ame- detected in stealing negroes in that town.
in the present crisi-5, to ally themselves i in the Senate Chamber: to-day.- I| Panther escaped that time.: ; rica mill"Persia. Russia has demanded an has just issued against his enemy in Kan. I He was committed to prison to await his

ing, in principle and: in action wilh i the !' : was seated at his desk! I writing, when i! Nothing( more was heard (if him until early iI" i iI explanation of' the secret treaty between sas, 'who appears to be an Abolition minister
I II trial and though ironed to the floor of don
ocratic party 'of the country. We I ttiuck him a stunning blow over the I this morning: "II'n'fr.. E. .Morgan: some France, England and Austria, guaranteeingthe of the Gospel. lIe desires us to publish it in i a .

said those I with a heavy cane, cutting and contu I independence of TurkeJ't our It is against our rule to geon he succeeded in getting looae J and banging
whit we have already to !i two miles East of this place: wan awakened paper indulge
: it Icuilv. The Llowt> were repeated fre- -- ---- himself. Thus a belovad wife is left to
surrendered thdr his I lie I looked out I merely personal strictures in our columns
have the of
not i by barking dogs Interior ;
yet i Department.
?lr. I Keitt, cf Hal th Catolina, was bear the shame under which his coward( heart

private judgment! to the Know Nothings : itd! and attempted to !piwcnt any) in- I j and i-aw a large Panther at l.h door, fighting I General Land OJicc-FloridajMnd Alabama we therefore suppress names, but for the benefit "q/iailed and sunk into-a felons -!Co-

not the voice, despise" the taunts, -' i i ( lIcl'1 r. Criltcnden, who witnesse'd :' his do;!. He seized his rifle and shot :it the i ( Railroad Grants.We understand that of mankind and the English language, we grave.

childlike epithets, of such men \ i, { pronounced) it H shameful; outrage. Panther as he wa ; making r.fl': and missed the necessary: instructions of the Commissioner will quote some of the excited MUsourian's I Iambus Enquirer. .

see them or hear them, and march : provocation: :is sail to be certain reniaiks hiiii. :Mr.' .. reloaded and I pursued; him n I of the General Land Office have been tremendous invective against Ihe Frce-soilor, Low NAFOLKOX AND TUB CrrotrsxPCESS.
; by Mr. Sumncr, in his 1.-.1-J: speech, in sent by telepraph: to the proper land' offices
ward in the line of duty. What and \ j j to Senator Butlr.I : I] short distance, when the animal tinned uponi I Ii in both States, withdrawing the land on the as fellows! : .-Since the cessation of hostilities

in that line ? Look at the condition of 1 I' .\ UIG'fO1:1\' 25.-It i h Laid that i hin.: MRci: he came: near enough Mr. M.' j several: routes fifteen miles on each side, and You are a fOlll th.rate preacher, but a much less friendly tone pervades the.English

at the present time ; see for yourselves: I and the British i Consuls will be di:* shot him deid.( He examined his horse and I that other preliminary steeps have been taken first-rate liar. Crime, cowardice and corruption press towards Louis Napoleon ; his acts are

er or not the contest is narrow d (luw 1! : to-moirovv. The President will an. found him badly hurt. The horse is 'here at for the adjustment of tho grtntslt the carli. glare forth from your glasses, gimlet criticised wih: more asperity ; and :the recent

I struggle between the Democratic and the fact in a special message. this time.Mr. est moment piacticable. skewed eyes like a guilty thing upon a faai- speech which Count Wuleskt made at the
The is for three roads and branch
is believed that 1'1 r. Crampton will im grant a ,
licans parties-whether to use the1 I: iatl'ly] issue authoii/ed orders to the ). says the PlItlll'I':1: : \ery large, as follows : From Amelia island to Tampa, ful summons.' conference, the burden 'of which was to ii.

of the distinguished Louisiana : I !h squadron which will lead to an early I but he did not know hi- length. with a branch to Cedar Key ; from Jacksonville When the Devil shall!! search hell for his l lence the press of Belgium,in'order to please

American party is powerless for at San Juan. I Yours, respectfully, S. B. T. on the St. Johns liver, via Tallahassee, jewels, he will gloat with a fiendish grin. and hit Imperial master, has been resented ia

mischief" and then decide. whether I I t tv Escambia, buy ; and from Pcnsacola to' express his joy in an eldrich and unearthly!
j T.SlIIXGTO1:1) 20.-There i is no doubt I II squeak fiuding in the lower the strong editorial ,articI s.
Sr. Louis, .May l iifi.Advices from Kansas Montgomery l Alabama, -makingby estimate, upon abyss,
throw yourselves in the arms of such Mr. Crampton and the Consuls implica I : state that t\v.\ Committee of Safety in I: an aggregate of seven hundred and fiftv milesof putrid, gangrened), leprous and plague-spotteJ ,

Read the language of a statesman and the breach of the neutrality laws, will Lawrence had resolveel not ti) resist the railroad, which, when completed, will enable body of D-S. Now, I dismiss youto COULD NOT SHE TO READ.-An Amusing

I. ,triot We quote the concluding I immediately be dismissed. Marshal! but tint the city had been evacua the State of Florida, with the ocean bound the lashings of your own guilty conscience incident occurcd to Mr. Ware, the oculist.He .-

tbe great speech of Senator Benjamin : was reported in this city that Mr. General Brooks, ted. coast, to compare favorably with any of her -you assinine, ape-browed, di.colored Abolitionist had performed the operation of couching

And sir, when the struggle I Sa Carolina, had challenged I The free State men were collecting at To- sister States as regards her facilities of com you black.hearted, blear-eyed! '
now old woman.. After it
Webb, on account of an article in buzzard upon a poor was over,
'down to a contest between the democratic and peka, and would resist if tho threats against munication. brainless -you craven, cringing,
: lican partiee should be recreant to my'trust York Courier and Enquirer, in rela Lawrence wore executed. Tho report, how I. --0 cheese-faced coward !-you dark, damnable, Mr. 'V., inquired of his patient 'wh ther she

ant to every principle of duty and feeling of tu his punishment) of Mr. Sumner, but ever, that Luwrence had been destroyed by Battle in Kansas. double-faced driveler !-you empty, crawling could read a book tolerably .sized print.

ism, if I allowed of my conduct ties, to be influenced the report was contradic ed, fire, has been confirmed by a despatch received \V1sTrorT: ,May 2.-While Messrs. Cros. j creeping ear.wigYou! foul-headed fiah- I which ho opened before her.
.: "memory past party or past party it appeared that only a correspondence mouthed fool I .
from Chic.'igo. The SherifT appeared and Brennan their to -you godless, guilty ghoul -
whose were on
On that question. paramount importance taken the of grovc way No, sir, I cannot read it,? re-plied tho
c .. Ladow all others, the democratic platform is plaee respecting authorship before the town with an overwhelming force, Treampton, they were fired at by the Free you heaven-defying [hell deserving hypocrite! dame.
; tical with that of the old whig party ; and in ', which General Webb had stated made some arrests, and asked for and received State parly. Brennan was slightly woun. -you itch-infecti'd, infernal imp !-you Je. ihe e M.. and..
adhesion to the former, I but change not his, but that his views on the subject Dawn shef was-et in chair i agiin,
: my some arms, but the people having re. ded ; and Cosgrove then shot the lender of suitical Judas Iscariot!-you> knock-kneed, ?

join r&ocip1e.the democratic 1, sir, therefore party. ;.1 declare declare my my appear in the morning over his own fused to surrender tho others, he cannonadedand the party*through the head. kangaroo-shaped knave!-you lousy, loose Mr.offihi'ftop,W. \succeeded\\herl e$.yvrety e* Giving". ;ancdbef. '-*';.1,coat .

Wlf tlie utmost efforts of my feeble abilities to burned tho town. General Pomeroy, The people are rapidly leaving Lawrence. tongued' loafer !-you mullet-headed, miserable Can read it now- mgbbd woma'tfP I

...St. suc. Ia its triumph-n triumph it Pike Ala., where both parties made nom. and Messrs. Hunt and Ilecdor were SUppOSe Thc towns Kiclupoo, Leavenworth, Doni. mandrake !-you pusillanimous, pewter. said .you .
rjU-the constitution ot my country will be ed to bo in of Governor and Atchison almost desert. eyed poltroon !- razor-laced, red.tnouth ? -t 0
,.'. for Probate Judge, lIon. Bird Fitz- a place safety. plan are totally you M **" .
.friaa the dangers with which itls'menaced ; !I' .No, sir-no, sjr, I cannot f .
and the e -i; V feftUterly 1 feelings amongst the people of all was elccltd ever A. N. Worthy Esq., Robinson was at Lecompton, people ed ; the men having all gone 'to the assistance you sap Very extraordrnary"W; r.
of tb*eoofc&nwy win be rutor.dre1igiona Know Nothing candidate. by between there threatened to hang him. It was reported of the marshal. scrub !-you tallow-faced, truckling trickster! throwing down bisstmnt.ryatra'-

____r.. I.' Janc will be rebuked; the equality of tbe .. nnd-three hundred votes. Last Augu that tho United State troops were :. It was rt'portcdlltJeBHson city that a battle -you unwashed, unaunointed ulcer!-you ordiaa'Y.1ndiedi-CaDncb Oii4T4 f .t

**1frf fiene.f the areb of governmental : Know Nothing ticket was elected anxious to protect the settlers, but we re not had been fought at Lawrence, and that .1 white-livered, walleyed, weazel-souled .wire- .alLl'' -
.;, dsFu4Tve 4 Sota/4 t aod.peace,. prosperity; allowed to leave their tent great number were killed on both sides but worker !.you yelping, jelloxv! jaundiced ,' if 'tot', "'tu..t.
bfalrgo'niajnrity. no.fperhaps th
; yirteM. will smile upon th, land. have yahoo !!- 'gizzard-footed' No'uif;: ej o@r4
1 we no particulars. yoi zigzagzan.
I. -l!?**& Afth( uh) 'in 5 c mittLis determination; it may11. bVcauwliriewfeajrned tread
k .. JaofjBOi) szlc d4iberMion,:-jny. own f"" ., ) .Bro j 8TJJL DEPRECIATING..Cuow .- PKKSO.NAL.: -Clenernl Sera Houston was"I The great hotel at Kansas City hat been cy at.aU. !I." ," '1 '*
iiiuM wottU bar sufficed to dictate .Nulling State Council ol' Mich- '- threatened with de truction It is tho Here the dictionary -collapsed} -.he Eng. i. v -
iny I Iiii'! Alexandra! ; ((Red river) n.t. the 9th nut., din i ij : properly 0 ,. 'L 0
dot r'I ; .7' 'ra
oueati&I for tar sty that lHsh broke .
l4Li,1I4Jb me tonth,0Ctb> :: : ipst,' -an/I! repudiated 4be.: I of Massachusetts men. torjgne. downaiioVtheTnnVexjJain n*'J' npiafli1jz.. .
.)I .>. jctfuMftOMotfa* JM? :te*tbdtl*r, tod.l ) : |>roceeding.,. iid;'appointed{ del; his way from: Washington.to visit his family' Ariiardhu bee'l1'' fl'ere 'for'Gun. Porn. :t ted away... Whether ,he iJl..i iarvjve''the/cur:: or 'm'- '--ti.Jg-wrg."-; ,*' 8fJft' l..r.-da.

b WIl. .." e .J4kep J1 own'cmmetwrns'J' I.W ot I tojha: Knor 'ohiugs.plil, ,Uottvtn.' j i iufexa.. 'TlAnJcricnu'says,iio is in very; h ro .'e hl1iJ. He iiifre.aoi, it! General. Par. sing; begot reiruins- .to 'be.*:Been.-LS* ;. .LouisIicl1igicr. ..iThGich.an4..' | a anomanboseand ,

_a._.,_...I I.'!. -"m-. ; F.' .".ny;0.' ."-- ecty tcJ be.lirltUNew[ Vwkra bad health.* lies Are now'inienrch' f'hlm. CArt, vr ere 'carrid 'ov.5 .- .Tyr. %%

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t.theEflect : /TrW&e-JVfew Ofieant Picayune. in --noiAi.th-Eoi: sToP: iTorm PnJ 'k'i

of the ffelreska Act The Cimels. | msSOUCI.r uf b xj.il ** iJltxTjof .CA iYAT L Yi :

'fleIu.tSeidiiie1 contained a letter fr cm aMr. The \]. S. team transport Fashion Ctpt. r JOB P. O, OWK* Ooi Mo, Jnlj 22<1, 13.Mxts. )i 1
Baker, arrived her*' from Induinoia
yesterday f ; j'I
Williams of Illinois in which the FLUUXO Bcos, lnf -
Texas which she ( envrJfLe- Florida.
the !
afternoon of !
on the. Dear Sir : 1 hare need Dr. MLntVCVlebratvd 60 Recii.d Wkq.. _
merit is made that Co!. Richardson when 13th instCapL : THESE HITHDEED BOLLABS BZWAED."VI Whetf Toa ThITa1bi11rnee. '", %, ,
''Vermifuge,'piepwred bj )uu. in ryiUiuiJy .' .
canvassing1 hit district for Congress declared Baker reports that he landed the tSM -- "I
and I do'tbhik it the best preparation DOW ia tue for 4i.

on the stump, that hfe believed that the principles camels brought hither from the East, in |*r- expelling worm troni the Lnman sjrstem. Mj neighbors .THE'' daily pUn* S4Ztinde'I l -thj'stab1W- -

would feet safety, and that they had taken up their bi(10e14 n* stiR farther to eMiIrZC mr bwinM .
of the Kansas and Nebraska act line of march for the palace, all in fine order.A ba>e also used it with the saws uco ss. You fHEREAS AD fttrodniM mnrJer TM ommittedon hi the thp1e Urf Goods. Fin? grwswt.YWttni >'4 iUL14."kul&; il' -

make Kansas, Nebraska and all other Territories correspondent favora with the following are at liberty to TIM' ihii s* you see fit.Y T tlic Kxly ->WiUi.un .Million in the (.i>unly \ ftnwttj PfoJtitt-hnr; "**> nMVoffVr f. thitun S t.xys.Star 0.titllc. f I

us 4.! Mnrlon, in tliw Htito. mi the iii- itnfthe Urt-ttif ., 1JKMI FWI.U Ml S.V..
ntnnher of the Washington ur*. He, f T*H liH rer -i J;
free. A recent .
account of the of the Fashion
trip on: the March, iHilnoxrn.- th.refn'e. cnn-n't f/Tl I tt
oqip ,
WM.O.XEYI1.K. by jM rson (J 18.< 14 _
Union contains aboard from Cu!. Richardson occasion'' tJmt the vrtl* of jti te mnr lw P'1LfYtl. and flu pkIVP. It-will flflfrrd u.pZesnrr| to aliow our (J< *.V ( -
With clear lie above i* a B.iUip'e .etit'ticatu: daily revived -pfllty hrouifht t< mniKsij Kmre eliiethrrr. 0irM -- -t"i-1-3 ,
commenting on mendacious s'atetr.pnt. a sky, fresh bree7.v and Ibre pnrtv pniilalnnmt : u'i'l PKICK them befit H' j" pisn-hnse '
weather left the Crescent Fidav by Ui E. Bn'nrn... (Oo\rriv tiftie) S'nt' of .-.'k n.nv e.ilnpri-es eTtrv tl-ing ,utstlelo", t wnami

made I Lj' Mr. "Wfllams, his Inte competitor we City on : Vermifuge ami Liver Pill*. \Ve think we irn Fl.'ri lrt, il i ln-rdiy otf.T the Jfcvni{ > of taut; ) f-r tlienpfTilu comiliy Trad-. ---- fi. >i J2J. .., *
UHh) and of J.ht
morning, May directed our course u'i''n! of sni-1 e\i for Congress. Col. Ilichjm'son snys; down the Mississippi river, our object this safe in !>a\ rug tbey jue the nus-t reliable iaiJ j -puluricinic'io to l leit1 to )iIi< c.v>nrie ioo.jx-rson Upon Staple Dry Goods, Hardware, &o. V'J'. William. ealleil Tonui *. ,itviti1llaWi ,

'4 The only notice I desire lo take of this tiip being to convey n load of eaiuf-U to !Matagorda. o! I lie day.2r"Purdn. In t..sliiii
Ifttor is to it so gross .n perversion The camels aboard ers will be careful t<' i.tlfor Da. &' lian.l. nivj CtiMt-it U> Im affixed the Seal of the ;
pronounce were a store- I LS.I :
[SK vi_] State uf Florida. Done nt the Capitol iu the !
of my pori.ion and speeches, then and iroxv, ship lying at the mouth., The lich plant: LVNL'S CtLcnuATEii YI.BMH, in.tuufciurttl by CntLur'4't CsJx
City of Talli IJHO-I-U, this 19th day of ilay, A. ; .
iis to Nriinrrnt to a has? :md infamous lie. Mv lions that skirl :he banks of{ this famous river Fr-miNo Brnis nf riVibarg. J'a. All other Yerijiifugi' 11.1836. <> if'e'Y an'! wir r-ciohiff ytr45S
position then was, and now is, that the Kansas on? both sides soon came iiiew: at this sea !, in Cijmp.iiisoii), viirthlt--i.. Dr. ii'Ljuir'n JAMES E. I31tOOME. SCHOONER __
i't W. E. Pettca & Wild S&& _.L_ __ -
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Nebraska act liased the Liver (tovenior of l-'ii riJa.ly -
was upon true principles son displacing their most fertilv appearance, genuine Vfrinifu.je. n'Id Crlcbmtttl I'illa_ .
tinGivcinT.. Allcfct: /<' // O M XKV\ O R I. KA( ..V.rh1Rcbs ." : Just Received, oIc.rcr. .
of the Constitution, i iy jecogriioiirg the | impressing us' vith the scientific care he- c.i newbo l hadat: al I re peet.diie Day Stoics.i V ,< -
K. Ij. \ *' irit i ii tthsrittxsv i'c'
of each State and 'i them the II.i.rPI4tI.vttxtrv Sn-j-ir car J H unC ., ; OJy
igbl t-rritor v, preparatory stored on liy planters of LouUiaia.Th : : ctIle wL't! 'iPrJfl :t..J of Flurkl. '
) a ('Rhk .: di.. Extra .nil !' 4
5o its flIL4IUI! rrjto iLc Ui.ion to form cr.J flower and vegetables with ) fmifl.
''L varjeg.uul i-LEMix<; BKO '\ M.iy 24. l5t' 21 .
8 Hiiil.ld S. ._ 3 Ilii:,'* prime I 1tu Col1e. .
rrgulate thfir domestic institutions lluir o\vrj lives, anti trees of the richest i foliage, :di conspired : S.-U at all l i.f the lruj Store in 'Iillz.li'e .111 i 4 .1' IibU-d!, iM'.Jr;. / 2 'flre.o, t.Q.jIni'

whnv, KnrjjfCttD; the Constitution of the Uiai. to show nature's beauties in; the merrv by owagfiit i'i tvory town in the Si'Uth. Plantation for Sale :T.: X'U-JT 2 CnLb Sb.Utlera, -

:ed "States, and that I would tote fr the admission month of May. I It ought rely to soften the }[ 3I 1S56. V2 lri :'ij }tt.l*. IXrni Supoii;, r St. i.o4 S FL-nr. : B's'. Sug'i' !,j-)rr*tj
;.ty r -j i;: '. ill i- -l! ut 1-riv.ile h-.!%-. a !', .. lAH
!heart of fanatic Snpfill-itf WhikI. -
o1acli new State, with nr without j jjlatery any :. alioliiinnist, to see the .. __ -
-i-- *rmtrrrrmmrm -
mmr mmcmmBr rlt-siiaW niitw >-ith *
%vry plviitnti-n. t.ri i 30 Obi. :; 1JjxwsClsret ; '
as hs own people should desire : mid substantial! cottages of; the negroes, each with '4fIt
Euit i.f 1'ihihix.te. ft.nr JInixlre-1, i.fext'el.Iit "
; i e.ITitlilliflg aor#* JO: \i..t.o-s! vtwlneh fl U. A't! byI
hia t rolled r.ction in the its own little spot of ground "rowing P P. Lewis : < ) .k bnl 1 aii-l iu hind 0i hun- .. -
; piincipte.._ .c,on mv- ... ve v : Hickoij.) j> ; : '."I 1 lu-IX (h-Li.I-: HII'l I JtU'l.l i } ,
oi the Kansss INt-nruskH jtnppoit bill. tables for the Flaves' eijnynittt; ; for we r".n i- 1\ES no'ire t to hi* flii'ii!? :in 1 j.iit'int .irt'h i.ii'I ti'ty: uf t whic'i ib inr :ul;ivV i..Ji. lIs.;! (Coon Nut. .

.. While it is impossible; for me in this! card; j not but regard this atu-ijti n paid to :I.eir ; -' :' Iii..i'i now in .> siir:i .>f l'ht i ( a'v '< tie prfinisea u t''iif.irttLlli..u4e (lu< Uiii 1 1 It Pii. A{f'iittS| l and Ritinn8*, IsTJbJ WTUST ;

to bUte all thy arguments 1 used ii: the canvas comforts, as pretty g..oa cvul-uce of kind -Lt _.. all the latent imtintvrTU'nts! in l>uit v iirvl n *.-ebirv out house with n IHW tin K.IJ Bbv Rectified \\ LU RECT-iVED: !
mill Firs-t vi4l!lr.it inl
() ; 'rv. rate \ -r : g.N.d > Mr-s Turk.lj .
1 do that who treatment. Towards! the dreary try. 1st, Tlw extract km < f T ctb. without jinnlmSiupin > V tt McOauI '* Uuti-tY uf Li iihiaJ,. VuL i 4. 1. _
one .
for t-veiiirg.
sav : 1 .
Congress, any j lu-alih t .njiyi| on th" jilnc Kor t Jcri'is i>f tir ii f II ( K-i;, J I.aiJ, r
: by tl.o Mil <>f a l loe:1 i!)!,liCfltjfl. wliii'li itii.siitb Irvine': Life of \V**).irnrtt>n." -'V1falhoun'tf
pretends that I assumed any p-Mtron i' cntlstpiit banks of the mouth came Li %i.'w, the land all (.f npi'\iu; an anid'ial ficc/.ii: ; mivtnre ti ti! .- putuui.til j U- in (I.,: hjbsciibeil, s ivi'iin on tho prcini-r-r. 4 r.i-; .. Coruplcte'orla r.t

with this prhicij.U1, wilfully li s." the time sinking! l.-wer arid lower. The fully b-Mumbe.l.! \, Tlo iimnvtli.il n-crfou i.f I) vNIilt.: k HOU[ ('IC.! ,j I llii'l*. 1'iovIf' Suar, Bancroft' t: HiKlretb's UuJrrf-> 9t3frtr>- '
'.. U.
M.4! : ; -.1!
: Sak Rio C.fre.!
camels were on bor l the t Ffiiiiui State s-t'Ut- a Temjv.rary Sot. CMI! ( utt.t Ti'icha, vhivli can inMiin Aloor-TlHiddm Path. .ff ,

A FearlcfsTLo Judge. ship Supply) by the Mdf of wliii-li v.e wcf \ vilh <' --i'.ifoit anil ov<-n till thflmns :.tv full : brItII. -i t.'i C'ows. McDOUOALL HOBBY
Grain Cradles Hoes Strawtz.to"kj 12 r Ci.nil .)
>ie Sur *.
fastened and I I'l't-jiiiic-J soon recei.c1 the
ready to aima's. ,
:: 1 12 Cii. L-
.iu. 4
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Kunsss ti zjj of the I'OM'jtiuil jilan oalh-dc.'ii'iMi' (Giuns vbii! -
i. M
Leroin(>u ( ) :: >; If
It being late, we did rot: tnn.MVr, any so intiL'broin nil 1 :i:irnintl, f.r !,IMUtt! !- ...t l'i! : 'i ] : ; CitJC."i KtC' 1 Bi'u-r. Xt>. 1 Aitic't*. Just Received! r tp
6th, confirms the teu-grjiphic rejioit that Kecj j of them that day. We went aboard the tl.iji jeif ct ltan1jiit- \ j< hiivp p'j-i'ivcd an nsf">rtineiit ofnr.iin; t'r'i'liT I 1. i'..Xfp Hrmidv Chi. rri.-u, < fi3uRFl: nAUPj. > '

der, Robinson, anJ other fioe-Stat men. :Supply, however, impelled: ;) by ctiriotiiv: tos-e: :.Ia\ :;:1. 1i6. Suaw ('inters t Vetliiir nn I hiiliiiT t li I''tik.- JI Krj;* rJ'Uvd} I I'lg (ft. I i\l\l McDOUOAM.) A HOBBV. 9 salt
N iU t't'ill: n/e", btuhai'lv! Sc.'e' iiiiiiido.. de. _':.xri SukS.tlt.. have been indicted b\_ the grand jtny in the the \vjnderfnl beasts. They were lo(? rd 1 below ..17.Iivli.i I l"i" Tii-ii-os tai-u.' IRV. ut 7c. j #-r ll>. April !U. I56. 15 .
Coiton's Atlas of the World
well sheltered from the bad weather: and >.o\\ iihij I h i.tilv ti-ic to |>iircin*<>. Cull nnJ n.UK ..e -
Uni'ed Sutes tis! >tiict, cut for the flibt ditrivt I>,ibIn-1-. p.i k'iij' { C..jpcr); ll-lt ,ii\ft-\ ItlnniSijiVi Lime For Sale- .
had three Arabs nnd Turks AY be obt.iiiu-.l -, ci-rt.tr of Jtili aCti uud Muunw! Street.F. : ;
two to ;iterrd( to at il.o St.-rf i.f I 1)cnMI.fl.! !, i.fti.w 1 1 of 'i
r.n n :: > -'ortuimt Cnrponidi t'> .iyDr.iLling .
ICnnsaP. acted tinder the instructions OHHLS.. of LIME f"r SOU
of 'Hiey : 11. LLOYD.
thtir The had city. T.M J>E\VIY: At.Tnllalins.uti .
wants. ship brought: them: a mhv.irc, A"ftionccr and O bflij.i4i i ..Lfl lMiy /(4aI.
Judge LecoMipto. The Union log! \oyage from :Smyrna, consequently the M.y 1 1. ItitneJinporlanl :. & J. MIX;INN 13$. 17.1850. VU: April ItiiL, IS<5?. --

-us <;.f his chaste : poor animals bad been confined; in a very narrow Hiy24, 18..r.. 211wNotice. --

place for over thru.month's.. They number ; to Housekeepers, FOR SALE I '
Judge Lico.n.tukne\v] hSi d'lty, ::nd, as EW qpos 5--

sin able, fearless, and ii-.Milate jurist, he ds.!i thirty-five, including t-everal young ones, I'AJLiIElS 'IXJ) rnrir VJO\VJKS.\ 4 BOUT T\\ () HUX1UIK1) hEAD if SIsaia- 5. 0-
of which 1 born the \ f RS. I DAVIS, Mifluii r. brjf leave to i.f..rin: h<-rL1 -/V iair. I
that He railed the one was on \ovage, in the lii Chick<'i v-1'iice nnc lvIW pr '
xrharged cLItv. attention vicinity of the TradeViml. in : ; _: jvi'rfiiis thnt she will Ir-nve f>r Xi-w York in A Fur furttur iiifurinitiuii enquire nt tl.is i''Ko.'. JOHN PKATOHIOtJS( :
oflhe jury to the rcbillious aid: trensoruib'eKpirit : coi >equenceof Arthur's Patent Air-Tight ''-\ (hari'l! will retuin l I'y tin* hi't of September, May 17, lG.Board ,

now prevalent in our Teiiitory, nnd le- which the jolly Jack tars called it "Trad"V with a l.uy anJ ftlinitl..i, xu.s.'a-tifl.iit of ii..i.l in MERCHANT TAILQB, "

erred to the foul :issrisjiiaiozi! ol .-) pclilic; i'1! \ ind." The others had xaijo'is Arabic\ cognomen ( *" A'VS'j: >r erring Fr-xh Fiuiti and i.ni'- hf-r line ot tLMIfl.-p') iriclndirjj 1 Ixiniiet*. tiiiniiiinu! Ac of Commissaries of :

?, but i il is intended: to :,:snc thi;: after J tmsftsf I IVintir i I'*'', 'j'liis aiticle so Citelisive. which she will di while the
haI of his
in di-t utHciallunctions.
iicer ;i o the States of the I :.f. i>, v.l.ich would be. U uscil! in the K.u.t :*nl 1 N.i hit ru SliUs l.it-t wi-on, I Police and Health. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. '
He said the /<;;." of the land \vi ill 1 I be introduced'I (I In the ciiizen* of Tallahsis-soe aiulstiiroiiiuliiii > eiio.May 24 185( 21Administrator's
highly appropriate.! T'v i Supply i is fine olx-diciice to the ufOniinnce I IS, 1Ii"irbv -
a rrquiMtiun
hozJd be nccu'rd at all hazards"A sj.eciinen ( ) ; wnintry by the undersigned who has row JZs I i'ia
of our natal management: being an extremely the cx'-ln-ive I lifht to niaiiuf ictuie in this \tiioiiitv lur Notice nppoiut thf llo\\insj iudiriduals connui-' > AONL'Li] !

neat \essel, a furl sailer, and the ofiieers the coining season. It i is o-jly neH'ary to call: in I Icxiiii.iiiv uies of I'olico nnJ Heiiltb in the KCVVIHVanI! of1 AND SUMMER I
\ Hou. Drs. 11:11! 1 Hitch. loin.i'ids .iiust the of SPRING
: an percms' hnviuij n esUite the city-:
and I tlx <* nrtido-t ::d the ricurimiciuLti'ins <.f -VLL
crew cit the 1'est. She i ia commanded I ) W. Arg it', late of Leon county dtcexiseil. In Ward 1. J'Hictinn of McCaity St. with Bmile *
cock, who have just nrrixod ficin Clifoniia: the i>eisois': vho have ud thoin t.i l>i cnnvineuJ that CLOTHS AND ASSIMBRES.I I
by Captain Toiler, and eoil:! 1 riot lie t tlif I -T me the I bi--t, rno-t I ]'! and cent noi4ici| jntich- arc lirebv notifieil! to present thc'ii tn i\tt\ undersigned aril to the liiiiits of the city North and \Vt.t 1' T.PEXRCE .,

iire a Committee( appointed by the citizens of in better hands! for l he regard the I'niicd fir I the I ) .ie cvi-r 11\\<-led li-, the 'ubtic. Ti.v a lmini tratur, duly nuthcnticati-il within the Knj. AM now receiving an extensire raortmeut ofClotln. .
; 'IrJw
States'intere-t asbisov. j c.ml time pri'WiiWd by law, or this notice will be plt-a.l In Urirl 2. North ff Virginia St. and fr-mi ilou- I CaMimeres. Vt-utiuir*, Drap d'.Ete, "jtVLita..
l L. etl
that State, to present thinugh] the Califoa.ia : ir. & u by the !n<>Ft uickiiful jter.-iou, without the ; 1
ilijrhu-st ik cf f.uluic. 1:1 bar ifthfir recovery ; and all pornons indebted to lit' to Buuh'var.lV.t D. U iluasvis, K q. Crown aii'l Fancy Liucna. White and Ffjfured Jlur! 1i
Delegation, a nieiiiit iil a.-king Congress to The next day the camel* v/erc t.istalled! on siid eif.ite are, required to make immedi.tte jnvinouttUnf In \VunI 3. North of Virginia; St. :and from Mourv *.-illes. all of v.nidi I am prepared to nuke up cupi : 1
crPui:; CiI.rS lire stpjlit-d witlt a i-iicuhir :
their now hume ; bat not without some ctiiiictilty. mntainin t. K. C. LEWIS, Ad"nt'r. Kast 1). C \Vn>o.N. K.q.In i.-it notice in the mokt fashionable *yKe audio r ajuMjxble 5_
road from full nri'l lelub1]
a Mis-x.uii to Califor.iiia iliuctioiis or 1flitt lug txiti :
open wagon f. r tlnir rratural timidity lerrdered them in ur May 21. l&5f 21 Ward 4. South of Virginia S' to McCarty ami ternn
t :IIK iinialoe thes? Cans, pliieinjj the whule '
within and through our own Lex itory.'lile .- ditHcult to Jiriit.i.ss fpini, Monroe t" J5ouWvnnl Wc t T. J. 1'zitKixp. Esq.In ALSOA 55
: within l -
minage. ei.nveniviitly t the n ah of try hi>UMkc.ei.| .,
memorial is signed by between seventy The animals I being all safely on board, and A l.trge supply i.t tlie Cans will! !ln t-on( 'tantU! kef.t Walter Gwynn, Ward 5. South of Virginia St. to JlcCurty nml ; > .
fni.n M-nrou F.tst 1$. (;. HVCLISH. K>q.In Alter: \NU WKLL 1ELKCTK1J STOCLOYs
and lighty thousand citizens of C:.lifornia, everything in perfect order' we I bade adieu to in stole.) I'ersoiib wi-hiiigti supply thein- -lv -sehfiiildnpply U l1-'EltS hi, < services to persons wii-hin to enter V.'urd 6. McCurty St. to Ainu-tiue nnd froin
immediately, i.s the fmit si-i.ton .v in-arat hnn I. hind in th t'. <. Land! l It'ettiru Lm I READY-MADE CLOTHING .
Ofllw. ,
the ship "Supply, both filed a salute, and our ; j by M-'Jiroe to HouK'VinV! t. E. IJ. CLAKK, E-q. : ''
and bound in two folio \oltunnts of 1- All C'ans sold uiuJe the tln.l..i.iixzrs.iI ami
large arc by
ponderous wheels striking the waters, soon v.ar- Wan ant "r erriso. He will :iN<> give pjoiupt In Wurd 7. Mct'artv St. to Auguitiue uud from Cmisistinjf in part of Cphmrrette Frock rud Se

COO)(; jiages each, in a t\Ic perhaps never c- : the ranted: safe. AV3I. P. SLUSSKU. i attention to such busiuesa as.may be intrusted to him M[ "''iroe Etit! I.)?tJ. AMF. K-q. Fancy Colored Frock mid Sack. Drap d'EU F: .k. *
bore into ii full
us open .ea:, : speid; for May C I. 1MB.; 2' c-i'h' of the other offies in tln' (
in -r C.ipit'il. Cluirjje* In Ward 8. Ati iuime St. to limits if city South Stick anti BuinM, Alpecm Sfldtand fiusincM.Wlnts
juilcd! by any tnca.orial ever piebctited to Matagorda U:1.1*". wil Iu' ris.\vinahltfciirri"jHnidinijtn, services perJormmLUeiiy : tuiil- from Monroe' to H"ulevird: Dr. J. lDCVAL.. Brown and Fiincr Litirn Coats. Black D.aj d'Et t and IrU_

Congress. The weather, with very little exceJ.tiu.coiitiniied Bell-Air Academy. Deputy in the St.ite Land Office, he of course In Vi'unl 9. Ainru tinc St. to limits of city South, Summer Cjm'imere Panln White and Fariicy Linen .. t

pleasatrl :,nJ the sta Mnooth .1 NEAR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.r I will m.ike iii.' charge for buaine--!' in that Depurtmen'. JUKI fioiu Monroe to hiuit* if city, East Hon. J. W. P.tnt White and /Msr.eilk.--'tc.I'aney sad J
May 17 l lS. 20-1 y B.VkCK.In ri&in Silk V -ShrrU.eoIU'r CrBT&ti.VnderkkixU,
DO TOX May G.-lniiiiene me* lings have fortunate for the ca'iuls. :
> thing They "
very jj JHS[ ; In-titi.tio-i tOO !'on ai d f.ivoinbly, known toJL Ward 10. MnCait\' St. to Amuktiiie and fro r.) Drawers. Gloves, Hwcrv. tc.

ln-en held tt IJoston and Lowell, tJeiJounciiig! are a very patient animal scarcever! tittering rij iire a ilescrit.1 lOll ot ilb if-nvn.ii'wc. K.ilul'ii- Mule Strayed B.ulevitrd'c'.t. j. li. LIOTI>, K-q. JOHN PRAETORIUS. .

tie pamshmentof Mr. Sumnei by Lt1 r. UrooLsan : a-sound, but are extremely Ix-Iligerent' ty tif Imrntinri and ailvant.i e, will Lo c-pened tin': the InVnrd 1 1. Aupisti'ic to limiTs of city S.'uth au-I I Ifioiu April j9;; 185C/ 18 .,
,_ _ _
first JloNDAV of JIM:. J.1( OlII'I. ) from Tallahassee on the 'Pthi of April. r _
among themselves, it requiring all the watching STRAYED UoulvVtirJ to bniit of city West, K. \ILLtts,
J the most di-j3igu: shcJ nu-n of all] paitKajiarttcipatfd ]Pi unary ai.d aJ-L-cd; branches tf Kmlir.li. Piiiiiniv uired. daik eo'o.ed. MARE MULL', Pro Bono Publicc I 3
and that be bellowed then > >
care can on : iind lv.iaed t1ithxnaies, the Natural Science.- old tail i-h.ived. wart her left 'ft
a- : : about yeiri in ear K KPPES. Inl nJ LABSTRACT
Uieiein.! 'J'he Govenioi of Mavsnchubelts :
: to p'evtnt them: from hit hug each other.! the Ci.iii'-s, and! all b'u'iches! u->u.il in Southern JiHituti nud Bidf* iii'ibtij' suriiPMliat by pear. Any person THE undersigned would rfpfctf\dlr inform, ti* I

presided.! The ie'l utiui1 s were There were two or three that! boasted two (>n will be taught. hiidiifj her wh-> wi'I nddresn me at Tallukus I'ot Of- FROM QRDIXAXCE. IS p. 41 4J. that he U now enjrrujfd in the btvitm .4

iclt-nt. The of this Slate have humps, but the majoiity; had only one. I Il t U The nib Jivi iois! of the Si?Kin?. r.nd the i ales of lice, Ijowuiles Ce,., Ga., will bo suitably rewarded and Duties of Ciin'uiiu'ariesl'ti visit frequently their Welt-Diyglnir, and wonldbe happy toMnreall
; Legislature Tuition l as pre-ii.u1y adopted; and given below will receive the tlmuks of r<-.jK riive Ward*-to report Violation* of Onlinnnfcs who nny qgFgage bin to do their work. HaTing bad
will of infinite eric'on -
ttl .o parsed very strong resolution?, demanding supposed they prove remain uuehuu eJ. Any fuither pnrtiulais titsiredciav IlEDDINO B. WOOTTEX.Ma ; NuiMnci1 ; Collcti of Mntti-r; deleterious t., i Imig experience in the LusiWi*, lie ftel> confident hihi

the grand prairies uf Texas, and each ; be ascertained bv application to the unders'pieJ. 17. mft. 20-3 __ Health; \arnnts ; ii'id to net jointly a a Board of ability tn give eut'r: jtijfactioui all. Cbargr ijd
the immediate ixj uUion of Mr. Brooks camel will certainly be morealuable there J. J. ALEXANDER. Httilth for the City-nud :i ;ui-h, on the ijccurrrncef moderate.

and all ed. Madame Chegary'sBOAEDINQ Kitiiitnic| and .t other tunes, to m.ike sugeati"ns! Addre 4 FRANKLIN JESLT.Ccntrevillf. .-
cancer than five horses-the country in some re- lies tyTuiIii p'r Session of five J/t',,JiJ'utfoi'c ft
to the City Council wliivh n.nV tend to the better May 24, 18Sf. 21 .*
-- spects resembling the desert plains of the Qcaitirly : AND DAY SCHOOL FOE prd'ervjitioii of the Hcnllh! of the Citv.Tallahaee S

SNow HANKS.-We understand, fca\sthe_ Eapt, if we substitute gra.s in the place oi" Kor lt ading. Spellisit, Writing PrininryQengraphy May 17. 156. 20 DPox- bLX'1OtcX1 i. :! lii

Greenfield (Massachusetts) .Gazelle, thai in sand. They can carry enormous weights, and Piiirary Aiith'netie, (Oiul) $"oGO) YOUNG LADIES. 4 AlLEY Expected to nrrivc. lixe. Brig 1

and bear and For Wrrttdi Arithmetic, und GeogiapbyContinued. ._ Times which will !1av. with Je
borne of the hill towns in the western past of I can heavy fatigues long continued .. . .. ... . . 1 r. 00 -4- -- Notice pntr4if
thus of sen-ice REPORT having become cunent that .lii.eChiegxiry f u.n the above Port. Beinib r Im>t'trip for this euc>a
: journeys- being great For Giannner and other } A T hEREBY all person's fn-m trndin for
this there banks six Enjliirh Kngli.sh about to give her nchooL iIit viirn n I Planters will do whI to avail thsm.e1y.s4tbi..v-
country are yet snow to our armies orr the frontiers. The only difficulty Studies . . . .. ... . . .. 2000 iufoimti was her friends and up the public that it _1 ii-ite, given by nie and Joseph VYjllmin, !id tunityf cpplyinp to Cbnrleston. "*"'?'p
feet deep. There has not been a winter for : to bo apprehended; : Is from the climate : For the Classics .. .. . . ... 2500 is respectfully her intention to continue her est.iblibhment, xii'h} ,iH m.ue! payable to R. Ourbctt, aixl I.ide, ;ii ivn name RICHARDSON A WHITAKKlt 1'S

twenty years when the snow drifted so had lv I in winter, for the cold will weigh most rigor- May 31, 1!>BO. 'J'J! present oipanizrttion. M'me C'a n-e'c. )4'rue. I'r.-rw't.t not recitilevtml. far three Hundred dollars, dated 2lt Ne's' Port, April 13.165. 16
and made 17tL 1853, the Corsiilftatiuii
ia the hill! towns of this country as it did the j ously on them. To this, however, they rimy TAX-ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. (formerly M'lle. Louise Doranlt.direction) will reside mid with \Ii-\ April for which payable said note wa May.given is not a valuable -- :; A. W. DAVIS D. D. s'
accustomed and the aui. ; and take an active part iu the Kiipeivr .
become gradually ) Considetation. nod I am determined not to
lst winter.Mocxr ? py
---'u-J.- iou of the establishment M'me. C. I prepared toreCrive
mal accSiri'utcd there will be no said uote. mdesa compeled! hv 14w.3L'THEW. RESIDENT OFFICE TALLAHASS .FLA.
being fully ( All Persons Interested will take Notice i jupils during the mrarner.;' Thr e. lioe.e parents 5- 5, -
YIIU.NOX farther trouble about that. reside at n distai.ce, will pa* the vncati-n M (r.UIMSI.EV. Important Improvement in ArtiitioJJentlstry 'I
-Lioienior having hAT the Tax-Assessor's Looks will Jactbon, Co., April 2S, 1855. 2'-.4' .
They will carry without stopping, except, Madame C's. country residence, utcired in been requested by the ]Jadiea of the Mount at long intervals, immense weights of bag be closed on the j healthiest und most pl aj-ani farU t Nest Jer'ev BY: which tint face U restored to its At ittUeontnvr.aqdLvitli -5. I_ _

% Association The School will oloce Jul) l t, .n-i i ui j.n.| iu iisiinl, NOTICE.VS it the loss of the teeth supplied as I _
to opt-n negotiations and stores, under a hot, broiling,, sun, Fifteenth Day of June. I. 5
gage uu Thursday the 1 I 1th ot Sept. Ixv \ve are nnvi'ics to ef)5e! our buiuueM. we would | to elade detection. Sauipl of this unpruv iMtit npj
with Mr. John Washington in conformity the fatigue of p which would soon kill a horse. All persons who have not rendered MIty 17. 185t'i. 20' I r.quest all thxii.e indebied to the finns of Tho- Iw lieen; alo temporary seta inserted on tffntin t S

with the provisions: of the late act of tin; Virginia By importing a great many, t'ce: United their Taxes in by the fifteenth of June, \ H. Cnchtow !<, and CricLlow, Fibljf t C', n Parchu.In -
States will have considerable breed of Grand Speculation cull nnd netth- their account immediately, vtht-r by -
soon a find
to themselves Doultlc i a few hours fco that having teetb s--
Assenib'y lop'iea unct act may '
: c It c.h or by n ite, or they will be placed in the Lrtn.sof !
camels on the Western Continent.: maybe Taxed and blame themselves for ninvtd can have a eornpleto substitute iuxmodiat.li.I ., S _
unJi-r the law until Association has j 1UOO PRIZES 00,000 DOLLARSHavana' an attorney fit collection.CRIC11LO. ,
the passed said, to Columbia's* honor that she has Clildrqi'.vthextracteJ, and adrk-r gi,,eu t taxed 1 be found at all \V, FIShER i CO.
a Constitution! and By-Laws the same; lobj taken the lead in introducing these powerful being so as can in regard tu the management and treaUranit *S'4L.
May S, 1356. 18
lan ; .
times-at the Drug Store of E. BAKX- Lottery teeth ritis. All p iriitiori i tiarruuted to scil thnwst _
appro ted Ly the G.\t'raor, and an approved aids of civilization among us. for the conquests All Jr.. of Munroe and Cliu- lstidiou Will practice in the prindniil -tsVni
corner :
of those of. war. \A e j JASPER COUNTYACADEMY MonroeRestaurant. I PI
copy thereof filed ia the office of the peace burpass Tallahassee Florida. i throughout the butUo&rancfS t the Faeoltj ctuo _
the' of Monday ton Streets Jhi. C. of Dental mid ..wb.I .
arrived at Bay Matugorda on > llem? Surgery, thy*
Secretary of the Common wealth. The Governor L. C. DEMILLY LOTTERY. BOTOLO. i i"J"
ever.ing. 31:1312.. The next morning the j e s dnilr oprntii>5j for.
HAVE nude arrangements by which I am envJL -h
&di: es the Association to prepare a 1. animals were taken ashore, and at last regained 7.C-.J.8C.98O?. bled to supply 'ntIt-men, at short tiotir.w iih | Apil2 183C. 17 I tlt _
Constitution and IJy-Laws, and thfti to ap i' their liberty. The inhabitants crowd- .j.-J'ersotis mating affidavit before the best th* market can aT( ;rd in the eiitinir: line. I ]REMOVAL OF INDIANSS.rinilr" -' '

i l t-d arouwd them, with pardonablc'-cnriosity, to I a Justice of the Peace of their tax- j will be constantly: in receipt of Fresh Fih, from New
point H4in. Edward Everett as their advocate Namters 1 Prize to 8 Tickets War Uejiartrnwit ..Latioj: authorized a p.r ,
10,000 only Poit. [Pickled! Muttou Beefctakes.
Oysters. Chops, Hatu j jnnd ;
behold the huge, uncouth animals, and many able property, the tame will be received JL capita reward fiii' living IutliJiv biiisg his : ; #: _
and to before Ksrgs lt.at Mutton, 1t..a-t t Beef and iu fart all >
agent, Congress, asking
appear were the sensible comparisons given vent: loon l as their Taxes. t tTallahassee. CLASS N. Lindji of Me:it Game and Fish will be found tit mv PKtablishmtnt captured or bdn--d ti> come iu for emigration jl will ) t
820,000, and the Legislatures of the various the occasion. The Arabs and Turks, who pay tl.e fulh'3iul; premium* for hostile Indiana Jctaf- i
May :81 1W(5.( 22j in its re-isnn, which will be nerved in
riXbe( di.iwn; June 10th, 1S56. lit Conc--rt Hall,M.iJL up i ered to the mm.nndiaij Olficers at Fort Broolo
States of the Union of each had dressed themselves in rich Oriental costumes the best s'ylf, to those who pa'rot.iza me. Give [ iur ;; -
asking through eon, (Ia.. under the swoin SfljC!illttItCtt! of (\>l.iirt. l. nay Foil Myers SouthFl"Hdi :

its were kept busy explaining to the inquisitive ( :M. Loj 'iH. and Ja?. A. Nisrbet. l l-x.q.: me a call.
legislators, its proportion of I llepuru(8160-: ( I j Rheumatics & Others 10 Ib.MV. 19-4 F-r encl warrior hTing.. d .f250 to $300, 43FJi
crowd. "Sow and then, a camel, in 'ii.i-> Lottery rs diawn ou the [I'lan of the Royal woruarr- ... .. ....... l'OttH-.O.
000)) th.-it will remain lo l bi raised, acconiing T"pO all pereons enffering( from Rheumatic: Complaint Lottery of Ilavaana of Single N u.-nbers : this) has: CMlv I. K ** t
terri .
the excess of its joy, would run with a >y over ten yeau huzg. lOQto iCO. ,
to j i'B federal trnmbeis. : and the people .1. wft offer a positive remedy, in Jni/'s Xtininl'itimjLiiiiiHdit. I 10,000 Ntimber-j an-I 1 the Haturi.i Lottery : I.U'I(>i iNurnlMiE I Contracts for Trestling. The lighest rates will! bo paid t>r aU ,zctpt |h* _
ble leaping kicking among :Itl.as i been effectual in the llayuna 21S> I'ris this 1'JOO 1'rieis.
jermniient the : ,
OtKlCi I'C.NSICUI.1 AND GF.OKUIl IL R. Cu. > Cory infirm and helpl? s *and in these caeca iwt VM i >*. -
who would consequently give it full room to cure i-f Chr/inifi and Kheumatic: dire.ists. Thousands Look to our iutnrtt Now is the Unit-. '
c-: The American Times that American l'ilul&tsee.; April itfth. Io56. \ than abovr iodicated ,J. C. CAS1 Y, ., -
says : gambol in. That evening, they all started for bare tin doubt) been rebcued frc>m RU untimely death CAPITAL ) -I PROPOSALS) are inviu-tl for the con j CapUiri IL3. A. _
honor and American! lights were "no their destination, irr regular Eastern order, as Ly the tise of this m-at rtmedy.i xr'-: JL Rtruetion of wdn cuherts atidtit* Ft Brooke. Taur-a Bay.

bly sustained in our relations with foreign :: for a distant caravan. Capt Baker then gave i For sale by Druggists gtuerally nml at "ft'holp ale I 1 Pize: of.j 15,000) U.$15,0110 thug on the line of tint Vnsatvl.i and CJeorLia April CA. 183ft. 17-3 in e'

and Hctail. by AMES & LIVELY. 1 .. . . 5,000 H.5.0UO Rail llond. from the junction with the Tallalia&st-e '

powers, during the presidency of Millard orders to steer homeward, and the old Fashion j Talljliassee, lay SI;l, 1C66.; ______.22-ly 1 .-1.000)t i ia.-4,0(10( Rail R-iail to the Suwantiuu Ri\er. Some rf the ork i iis AGENTS WANTEDTo : 1 i >-

Fillmore" and that to him alone the i soon reached tire city again, after a pleasant --- 1 .3,00014*. .3,0(0 i required imnudutely. The construction <>f the rest /;,
eyes voyage. k, Burning Fluid 1 .. . . 2.UOO is.2.000' may l he deferred, to IKS completed as the graduation Sell l by S rbscfiptiori' a Complete flIstor7 *

cf the whole people are turned as the J/cni 6 1,000 are.5,000 of tlit:nml pro rewep. For further particular and for I "- v Vt _

for tJtf Times*' Yes, the official organ ot It is difficult to keep pace with the vbto- F by a superior Quality] Just AMES icci-ived LIVELY.and for H.ile. lij, .500 are.5,000) plans NIK! drafts, apply ut thin <>irie<>. 'OF -nii: liiIU

friends in (JO; .50 arc.3,000 E. C. CABELL. Prtsident.MavlO. .
!the Buteher General Cuba fays that Fill- I tories achieved by our democratic fIay31,183C. 22 120 .25 are.:3.000 185C.( lyICE3 5-

all parts of the Union. The last St. Paul 500 Approximation Prizes 20 loooo) OAiUa) }
wore is decidedly the proper man to be vltc- I FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. 500 *' 10 aic.5.000 IODE3 |

ted President. Probably Cuban soil needs { (Minnesota) Da.-nocr.it says : We claim the Now Roady. One vol.
GROWTH 1855. octaxt 4
j election of Mr. Becker, the democratic can- 12,00 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO 60,000 Any Quanity oflce. j 4
to be
watered again by rich American; blood, UTA Ungn, Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Beets, ttc. 1I
iaed by with the consent of Anier- 1 1 diJate for mayor at the charter election on R just received, Tickets 810--Halves 85 duarters 82,30. LOTS of the pmume cxl stuff, just nrrired, and } Illustrated with Engrati' _

despota an j Tuesday last, as a decided victory orr the AMES
,can President-hence the choice expressed I January &. 1856. 1.ICETlCETTlCE. .Persons sending money by mail need not fear its % D. LADD. Including; a large Colored'Xp4tbe rtrf.Ytr. ( ;
of the democracy, over all the elements Newport, May 10, 1856. 19Citation. \ -
Also ,
for Fillmore by the of despotism. HeJs part bring lost. Orders punctually attended to. Conimunication a beautiful Char1r draprm'-fji _

the man for theni.NATIOXAL organs. j of the opposition, united, as they were, in ! confidential. Jjai'lc notes of sound banks an Artist eight months in the Criw.' i. i ? C > 1 _

I the support of a so-called people's} ticket." 'OU SALE BY taken Those itt wishing par. particular mtnbeis should order irq- B EINO a complete and feliabV -History *uf Pie'Was 4

WHIGS.__Some advantage the .L HENRY BERRY. mediately. Slate of Florida ) To the widow or next of kin of from iU eommcnecmeot to its )W.j; All

&zr- An orator, perspiring freely, in a hus-. 1ay 24, 186. 21 Address JAMES P. WINTER, County of Levn j Riclmrd Ikg i>, deceased: the srci.un' bciug frorq eye oritncMec- .ntlpi'ti- .5
nation in the described.
has derived om'.the Know Nothing parts sorties IVnonsietxHnf*S'OA
Macou. / 1JEREAS ft petition Las been filed
Manager Georgia. i in offioe -
voice said- my will receive t>amnl and
j a
ky nM>rroecn Leutuf jilt --
movement it }Las ( 20 fir the granting of copy
; effectualj winnowed the old Notice.SIX May 17, 1856 prolate of tl i uuncu-
In short, ladies and gentlemen, I can only pativa will uf the said Richard Rfgan, subrtcriptiou b4M.k. postage prex} id by oorkflf vaMT'"
hig partjran&: whilst the cbaff has been you arohtrvby a Letter ootiUviiuiiij full particnlar of the term .wiih'."
tint I wish I had a window in my bosom week from date we shall npply l.) the Hon. Groceries flti.t that I have appointed Thursday, the lot h which
carried off bj the Ircfze, the vbent has been gay of Probate of Leon county for letter of day of July nejt, f ur the hearing of gnid petition, and agent are very Having tyeq* l jttMrpubliuhing
business hi *
New *
Haven *
lell to be; absorbed bj the democratic party :that you might tee tIc emotion of my administration upon the estate of Lovet Green, late of JUST Received ou Consignment which We bffcr you are hereby cited anti called to appear before me the moat aUsfact( rr refemipe will RI pit" ita.-?

heart." aid county, deceased. for esb.l / at the Court-house, in T-iUrthasaee oo the day afure- when detlftd. Adarej' ,. .' "
Hot the (thoutaud and s&id. at 10 o'clock A- M, lu order :
among teas of thouMnds JOHN DUUGAR. 30 l Bags Coffee, that you may cua- '1
The new all prii.led the speech, test the same if think fit. 4ANSPI1U.;
papei ; ALCEY GREEN. 10 Tierces Itice.I you _
of which the derri 131 York StrcefNcwUqvea. olii ..
cracyhar leaving the.'i o" out oi 9 window." lie was May 24,1856. 2Iw I 100 Bbls. Lime, ll" L| Qiv-u under my band sail] teal of office, M&y S. hb4 18 :: ,- --

recerr.ed, none will It:4ve wlth' m'ore he read it. -- boo Sack* Salt. Uiu 7tl day of M&yA. D, 1&< :

cordial wclcooj flBtUrMtUfaeUon taken sbrnewbataback Mhen Insolvent Estate Notice. RIOHARD3Q.V Jk WIUTAKKR. D.W.QWYNN. iiia ii -
*, or o
Newport, May 17. 1856. 20 Ju.lg.l ofJVulaU. i
lke'tfiftignisWJ WiB 'Troi Lonui.ttjft Th
He. Benjamki: who," ia a apeeeb '3el\v-\ te M je ty wai 1 0ren % a negro'prenclmr in Ooony of Leon. J is Ex cut r's -Hotice.OM ; Rio Ai3sp- :
claim the Eatate it u'J4tttmantinq d3.
persoua having Be *.
10 ward
d & oiflheSd Virginia to hi!* colored! breddenC' ALL.: Jinking, late of Leon county,' defeated Monday,the 56 instant, I will'offcr far wile before loL.8tsfiutI-hS.1aTR. -

& ,. &: Lidetenuinatioa tojointhtemaA $iuidE. I hab .*re bsrebj notified it prekect the sam* ia the Judge the Ccrt.flouedi'or, iu Tallahaise'thie' l LJJAWAYfrom_ ........ t-.._ O/'X*tbe f\\f\V uU riber.I iu._Loa-Count"?. ':I -,' ?ktI
4ebi1 11. hat.anye4iik .oTPn>bto, ut Luon Ootyt r, at his orHre tn TallaUsMt girrinier rebidfiwe twlonpin t<> the estate John S. .1k) year, old of $- 'N- )! ;. .. ;. I

t k>a or before the firrt Monday in December next, 8pard. deeeased. Minuted id""Wl'Alr, the' lot "eon- :! dark ve ii4e high. 1 In
4emooubsJb noIie.'rnne; I foip.yrneut-rurata. "" ** tat'ten, aeriofTanJ; matt orkts. TernM'roadekoowa wfll.gre- 4Oflars-rl4ard 1 he swebgj ;ti1 -

l Aeib'! I n:1v:4wyNr: (. I on the day of wile. '* dverD(sM uiiN nr p'nt i- 77S

h tail like 't TlLr.AMBLE, Fxufr. tion ieir4Cenfrill.. JQR O.CRENSlI: klV"
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J.p J. \ ., .uW.q cy 'I Warta,takes pfosvfela Idbmdqg'tiM citizens trcaung.CAirQS tbe base ( eye.-; My uose. .
A'P, tend th.?rJfrnrfc t ifri'.I"t. lfgoTtiy1'3.r&Y.h'&k. .
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p jLIVER Qa U4 tutio fce ;tAi ltoek"M ahMM aad-tWMrrooodii eo ia' alleotirelr tbe'Dbetor-besides \, I '
rat1. | *,: y D" "cT .t'b bfor.l.Jt .. iJt
fret froindirt. thisy wpsb.'Twflrct&
PILLS. ; tb.FlQrlda.mar prepared-lo thaVbI> to ge nJ"boo 1C tbe..1r : A
,. ly larjfAVfcnt: ete partlcuUrlyf -bw' w'a .a Ttrt dep my pln' irwrirh a Lab, ; ,"f\-Ia&a .
kete, which ke f ee *tottrcd bt.wlU U able to tell 4j in hisline"of also ter bis tk eTB.I: a happy add ptoud Ufaay'ihat, :{D. H W'jI"Kootioello LhLJ. .. ... :. .l sst ttwo 14

Two>f the lwrt Prep .,,"t1.zt.offtx Art. ,low, notx ljnfoKSj b. djk. piodpee'of.the IcQlt'1 to his Meads, &t'pcbW'leDely.O te did relieve me. A bad It not bceir for my. t Where and fllling't ," 'l .. O

but aba to those who have been;!dealing-with} :liini liberal witl'wb b b hetCoe been ..x_ myself very extreme cold, bad weather, ,O.r Cottootorp o6I1rg.that( none' excels pgn.) 'eQ,: Ii'at i... l u.Ji upoM it.

Thy for rears. -All those.w blng to ,purchase" we would (voted,aod be I tt 'CQtn o te am: do before that I 'would have had D'return of the OHM Where.seen to buy, at once compelt. .W.'ofWbia ._m} n.e IObttaDcte wl..
are net recommended will be Moood time and be '
advise to call and see these splendid granted d'wesse. I visited the Do a tJ.t aI. n d. Uw parpai.
list of here we add of1aki: YInq1k
all A price
Glace, Ohene, Satin Plaid and striped He will constantly keep 0 hand a supply relieved me again; 1 a* the various leports and make can be fop4oysfur.iiisw cAm.nes,.

as Universal Sulid and Plaid Brocades, sorts of Wae usually kept in a establishment of hi about the Doctor's injuring or failing to relieve me, I. Send Bold oo for your the right wool of Southr,tu.-"glad.,, Persona iitbout.;\...sJ tttt kflowlsdje of tliis bw
line 'of business. A full assortment ofSbeet fab As Dr. Moselev'sskill ; '
of all and regards '
Gro de Rhine anJ Black Silks, prices they are positively fed Into tb
still Itodt the Van, are Jmprreeptiwy proe** oftoaaa
Cure-alls but Sheet Lead I>ad Sheet Zinc; Cistern Cancers I know of This "FACTOM"
simply for qualities. ; Pipes; ; Pa. in the Treatment.of no Physician I there's few dare future, wbieb u byDo.tntans: eottpbcaUd
In can
Black and colored Velvet, and a great many other too numerous t in the world that I would sooner rely ou than quati'g foobd
artce No.
This work is to be at 60
) with it to cosnpaa e. Camp stand .
what their name Solid and plaid Cashmeres and Merinoes, tion. him; As a SURGEON PHYSICIAN.he is equal i (lajalric at the book store,Hp.4d St.Charles street
pur- Solid, plait!, and figured Delaines. TO BUILDER. io any in the Southern States ; and I am happy to I I List of Prices Terms &c. sit* the St Charles Hotel.'Price $2 p>r tony.oPPO.
Embroidered plaid and black Alpaccas Tin,Roofing, Guttering, Copper and Tn Conducting &iy that I found him tojbo a perfect gentleman and amount(two dollars)can be Mat per- mail.fa ptdi
ports.The Black Bombazines, Pipes Ac, all of which he promises to in the most Philanthropist, and advise all persons afflicted with The Jefferson Southern Right Cotton and Wool and the work sent return msil,porekaser m
per sten
VERMIFUGE for Spanish and Mohair Debaiges. work-man-like) manner and stile, arid of the beet material Cancer, to Tisit the DOCTOR as soon as possible and Factory situated 1J mile East ofMonticello.Jcffcrson close 20 cents in to and
stamps pre pry Rtgislw tl.
Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloths, on shortest notice and most reasonable terms hare their health restored. RANSOM COOPER. Co. Florida,on the Stage road to Alligator Fla,is now I Book. AddftM. .to .: -

Worms from Black and colored and silk Talmas, Having be engaged for the last eight) ers in Rome, August 30th I860.ty in full and successful operation, employing the latest I HENRY WALTER 1 CO, P..N., '
expelling : English plushed Talmas. business at place be thinks it unnecessary t recommend Mr. Ransom Cooper signed the above i in mypresence. improvement both in Cotton and Wool manufacturing New OrUws'
Dotted and embroidered lace Wils, further to the public as regards THOMAS PERKY Pot Matter. Machinery. The goods from this Mill LaTe thus far Laitff"
the bi'nI any The <>at value of this work baa Wsn
human system, has i Solid plaid and 6gured Bareges, I capabilities as a mechanic, but at the same time he Rome, August COtb, 18&3. I brought the leading price, both ;in New York, New
4 Black' and colored Shalleys, assures all that favor him with a call, good work and I Orleans and Texas. I I various liquor maniifactj'ers of the city of New'Tori
also 'been administeredwith I Welch Silk and guaze Flaunels, I cheap prices.Having Awful Case of Cancer Cared The Company off r for sale at the following prices, RECOMMENDATIOSOFThE

j Red and yellow Flannels, I removed from the ol stand formerly known TIIW ;is to certify that Col. 3. H. Harris, of Crawford vie: : PRnJS.I .
the most satisfactory Opera Flannels of all colors a Wbitet Slusser, he will b fouud at his stand corner county came to me in the year 1861,with a Cancer Superior Cotton warp, all No*. a SO cents a I This wrk will be found. to supply the dealer ia kquorr .
he will be to waiton Un. the bale of 40 Btiuchrs and I wine, vinegar, 4e, with
; English and Erench embroidered bonds, foot street, glad his chin, of offourteen standing,tbe chin- Bunch of 6 by tip a thorough teaeUraaJ
on years
. results to various animals i Lace and linen C. Handkerchiefs, all his friends. THOMAS WHITE.Dec. bone and salival glands had all become very much wards. I guide amid all the varied and intricate prvefss s of

1 Emb'd Collars, Handkerchiefs and Undersleeves, 1, 1855. 48Bonnes diseased, and his constitution nearly ruined. Mr.Harris For a less quantity, one dollar per Bunch. I this bU8ineu.I\. Pieayimr.

subject to Worms. I Embroidered Chemoisette aud Collarettes, had been under the treatment of eminent For Filling the same prices. I It were work taperetogation to praise a b ok
Blue, brown and green Veil Bareges, Bonnets.LA and them was the great Dr. Sbep- No. 1 Oinaburgs lb per yard, 10 cents by the bale j t Mona.Lacour' wriUn*. The Tohirne before M i is
I physicians
The LIVER PILLS for Black love Veils, colored straw Bonnets, ard, of Cha-Ieston among, and also, the celebrated Dr. Marshall of 500 yards, and upwards.For remarkable for its completeness and the exact practical
Thread Cotton and Linen Lucre: Ladies colored straw trimmed Bnneta of Macon. who treated his case twice without half a bale, 10J cents. II directions which it !ft.. Old msnufacrurm will

the cure of LIVER COMPLAINT Cambric and Swiss edgings and In.rtiu"l, I plain I removing the disease. lie Anally went to Dr. :Marshall For ICES than half bale or by the bolt,12 cents. find all of the old modes entirely superseded. The
Bobinet and Mantilla Laces black 'I 28 cent the bolt. use of the old formulas would the M
I as he informed me, the third time, and he refused Plain wool Kersey, heavy, a by appear as fcaarri
all BILIOUS DE- Colored Merinoes white satin and silk to do anything more for him. Soon after that time Tho wool department is worthy the attention of folly" in the presence of the new ones suggested ia

Curtain and Dress Calicoes, black ., (extra size) Mr.Harris heard of the many wonderful cures that I i our Planters,Burrs are not objected to, as they are this work. One of the principal objects appears to U

i Embroidered Lace Curtain, Children and Minnea straw had made and visited me at Griffin as a last resort. readily removed by a machine for the purpose, but to avoid, as far as possible the UM of apparatus tj

RANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD- I White,black and slate hosiery, I I Hats, I commenced treating his case, and in six weeks theI I the wool should be washed clean of dirt and dried before expensive (to the operator)appliances of any kind qo

i White and black silk hosiery, For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. Cancer was all removed, and the sore nearly healed. sending it to the Factory. The Co, solicit the the manufacture of liquors, Ac-jTrv y"iT",

ACHE, &C.Purchasers. Ladies and Gents black and col'd Kid Gloves, October 13, 1855. 41 This case was seen and witnessed by more than five patronage of the adjourning Counties of Florida and This volume contains the art of preparing and put.

Misses colored Kid Gloves, hundred 1 have the Cancer now in my possession .- Georgia. This Factory is an experiment, that should ting up the whole list drinkables,from a tbotrepr

will pleasebe Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, Bacon, Bagging &c. ,and persons.any person can sec it b} calling at my of- not fail of support; Florida has been long dependant of Otard Dupur. of the vintage of 1195, to ft IimJiW

October 13, 1855. 41 received per latest arrivals from New Orf fice, in in Griffin. This case was witnessed by ou her Northern neighbors for those articles-the material I rnd economical manner making cider witb"1Itapplet
particular to ask for JUST and New York, the following articles which I THOMAS JONES, of GrifSc. of which lies at her own door. All wool sent by fermentation. A friend has applied the rs

In Leon Circuit Court. In Equity.John they offer at the lowest cab prices: Dr. J. D. MARTIN, shall receive strict attention. cipe for converting 23 gallons of whiskey into 40 gal

Dr. C. McLane's Cele- Martin, Complainant, 15 Casks Bn, 10 Bales Bagging, E. W. WILSON, 4' Wool Charges.For Ions with the most satisfactory results. The latter

% vs. 20 Bbls. 15 Ps. Sea Island do. F. CRENSHAW, I' quality does not possets an canal amount of ifitoxMttmg ,.

brated VERMIFUGE and John P. K.Savage, and his 30 Coils Rt>e. 10 Bbls. Whiskey, I do certify, that myself, and many others, of this carding in Batts for" Matrasses 5 cents" per- Ibs." I properties to the former though the 40 .falku

wife, Martha B. Savage,) 200 Ibs. Twine, 10 Bbls.Mess Pork, place, were eye witnesses to the above stated cass, :For Rolls Spining 10 I was of a much finer color, tacIt, and odor.-Arw 7W

LIVER PILLS prepared by j and Boiling Baker, Trustee 50''Kegs Nails, and that Mr. Harris left perfectly well. To be weighed after it is carded. Mechanic.
Complainants. RICHARDSON A WHITAKER. A. II. HATTON. For manufacturing wool into Plain Kerseys the This much talked of book is at band. It contains amass

satisfaction Newport, October 27, 1855. 43 Griffin 14 1S52. charge is 15 cents per pard, the Mill furnishing the of information that is perfectly astonishing, sad
: appearing to the of the Court, that May, ,
8f IT warp, or, (if prefereJ,) one half of the cloth. We could only haT "been acquired from actual observation.
Defendants John P. K. and his wife
'II\i.\1 ... In Chancery-in Hamilton Circuit Court. shall be prepared in a short lime to manufacture If you wish to see ingenuity applied,look in a cop e/
Martha B. Savage, reside beyond the limits of Florida To the Afflicted iof nil Conditions. cash for
Our terms
twilled goods. are or exchange Lacour Practicability
viz: in the State of Gco-gia-It is ordered that Willis W. Burk, Complainant, I afflicted with will take when I on Liquor. appears to have U.a
Pitts- I do certify that was most horribly wool at the market price, Wd cotton the design of the author. No delays are U
SOLE PROPRIETORS, they appear and plead, answer,or demur to the Com vs. Cancer on my upper lip, which caused me pain in the price i is nat above 8 cents. the results of nmssary
ascertain an application of .
plainant's bill at Rules, to be held in the Clerk's office John V. Stephens, and Larkin McTyer, and Eliza I a rseip*-
the skill all PALMER
After of the
describable. trying mostenine7t JOHN M. Agent W from actual observation. 7JAi7.
burgh, Pa., and take no of this Court. on the first Monday in August, 1856, Pitcher, John Pilcher, Thomas Filcher, William Pil Physicians that I could hear of, and that Jefferson S. R. Manufacturing Co. This If speak work will revolutionize the- S..n.
? .
else the said Bill will be taken confesto as against cher, nnd Nathaniel Wicker,heirs law of James I present style f
pro a without relief, I gave up my case as hopeless, and, as Ii Mile East of Monticello. manufacturing liquor*.-Nfic Yifrk Hi raid.
other there various them. It is further ordered that a of this Orderbe Filcher deceased, Defendants.
as are copy with death the f But fortunately
I thought, staring me in cc. April 19.4.85G. 16-12t i Lacour's book for instructing in the art of making
published for thiee months in some newspaper published affidavit to the satisfaction of the I heard of Dr. W. R.
appearing for me, Moselcy'a great and
bottling effervescing
IT temperance beverages, li-
other preparations now in the city of Tallahassee. Court that upn efandant Eliza Pilcher. John Pil success ID the treatment of this disease, nnd as a lastresort Notice. ,wines and vinegar for the table,should bin
quor pure
Done anti ordered at Chambers, this 14th of Fcb- cher, Williun Filcher, and Nnthalel Wicker, heirs at I placed myself under his treatment, and in one the hands of in the
before the ruarv, 1856. Law of James Pilcber, deceased, reside beyond the months after date. the undersigned( administra every housekeeper country.
public month from the time he commcued, I was perfectly: SIX The forbid! would
I copyrights we readers
or give
pur- our
Estate of R. E. Giba'ln. deceased willpre.nt
J. WAYLES BAKER. Jzcc.February jurisdiction cf this Court,to wit in the state of Georgia. sound, and have been soever since. of the > this of the most valuable
I and vouchers to the Hon. morning some recipes that
16, 1S5G. 3m7TALLAHASSEE her accounts Judge ;
porting to Vermifuge I ever appeared in print. How so much information
final settlement
I I i is ordered that; the said defenJantsVo appear and County, G.v, May 27, 1846. cf Probate for Gadsden County, for ,
I be given for two doILirs is tbe most festar.
I astonishing
.A.n:1eS ct, L1.-ve1.y and will apply to be discharged from the aJmiuistratorahip
and Liver Pills. All I answer the fai.l bill, on or before the first Mondayin connected with book.-N'aa Turk Tiiaet.LACOIR .
FLORIDA will he taken .Pro Coufof of said estate. II
I June nrext, else the same LIQ- .
Horrible Case of Cancer Cured, :FLORIDA A. F. GIBSON, Admt'x. ON -This is the most complete
Wholesale Retail Dealers in 80," Provided this. order ehall be in some I
others J and work 06 the manufacture of that
in comparisonwith J within this Circuit week for the BY Dll. W. R. MOSELEY, M. D. \priI26,1856.. 16-6m ; liquors we eves mat
once a
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Newspaper l'e- I "ith; it contains an immense number of formulas for
lA I do that I for afflicted I -
of four Months prior to said time. certify was many years bodily .
Dr. MCLANE'S, are Perfumery, Dyestuffi, Surgical Instruments, rio J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. with Cancer on my Lip and Chin, I tried all the Hides Wanted.BEEF i making every variety:. liquors The work,wines is ,cordials. Utters subscription

Spices. Snuff, Windows Glass, Paints, Mitchell and Stewart,Solicitors Complaiuaut.I remedies I could hear of, but fouujno relief. I finally HIDES Wanted for which u I syrups vinegar th subscribers, published by -
\worthless. Oils, Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobacco, February 2, 185C. 5 heard of Dr. W. R. Most-ley's greltt success in the .000 highest price will be paid. Also' Deer j ; importers
I .. ._ ._ liquors in this city. TIna alone would. ia
speak mors
and Glass Ware, Patent Medicines, -_ ?_-,- treatment of Cancer affections, and vitited him. at arj Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON I
The GENUINE McLanc's : Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines nnd Brandies !I-- BookBinding.HAVING Oriffiu, and in the course of six weeks he hat! the Cancer I Tallahassee September 29, 18;5. 89 erwise favor of the. reliability\-. 0. Delta.of the work than' could lie etk-

and Hair Brushes, fur Medicinal, purposes, ,I all removed. I would advise all that are afflicted I --- -,- s; -
Winnifuge and Liver i Paint Brushes, Faucy Articles, prepared procured to the do services all business of a Bindci.pertaining we with the disease, to visit him and have their health A. B CLARKE I March 1, 1856. 9-6m

Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars. 1 restored. He i is, beyond all kind of doubt, the most I ,
I reasonable terms.McDOUGALL
Pills .can now be had at I They have recently received a Large and Fiesh : to that department on HOB3Y. skilful Cancer doctor in the Southern States. I MERCHANT. TAILOR, Quit Drinking Poisonous Liquors I ILACOUR'S
i supply of every variety of articles usually kept by I I & Cherokee Co., Ga. EMANUEL DOMING AS. I ..
.all I druggists. Planters and Physicians will always find :ar REFERENCES-Dr.J. D. Martin, Griffin, Ga.; Dr. J. I PATENT IMPROVED PROCESS

:xespectable Drug at this esLabliubinent a full supply everything Deeded i r- N E 'V'GOO n s Y. M. Pucket, Harris county, Texas; Greer Bishop, FITKXISHING (;loops.'VJOW For making all I kinds of

'Stores. I and on the most liberal terms. Griffin, Ga.Seirl'l.lIs I receiving at the well known old stand for- Liquors Dud Vinegar,

Orders from the Country prom ply filled and satinfjction : TOWLE & MYERS _L' merly occupied by Clark& Stillman. a general TNSTANTLY, bv the use of Laeour's Ku atial

FIiEKlNG BRO'S II guaranteed, with regard both to prices and quality. i-- I now receiving by recent Breast can be Cured. assortment of Superior Ready Made CllJtLiDg Furnish- JL Oils. -

1 Physician's' prescription carefully compounded.Also 1 ARE from New Yorkafashivnahle LET THE PUBLIC READ 1 1I.v big Goods, Clul II', Cassimeres, Vestings, &'., composed These Oils are obtained by Distillation at the Ch.-
,WtQDjjr.; PITTSBURGH PA. Eppln 1 compound Fluid Extract of Buchu. and well selected stock of in of the following articles:
t _ _ part ical! Laboratory(parish Jefferson) of Pierre Laeour,
..Jan., 1856. 1 mercy to the afflicted, and the gratitude and high Fine Black Dress Frock Coats.
Author Lncour's Chemical Laeour's
Watches and Jewelry, Analysis, Clinical -
Sole :
Proprietors. I entertain of DR. MOSELEY
opinion as a Surgeon Black and Cord Single Breasted Frock and
SCOVIL& MEA'U, Wines, Syraps &c.OLD ; Consisting of gentlemen's gold banting levers, ladies and Physician: I deem it my duty mention the case Business Coats, Manipulation Jc.LACOUR'S Lacour on .the Manufacture .f Liquors
gold levers, silver l lever, bunting, anchor lepiue and of wife, hoping at the same time that all ,
my persons Cassimere do. do. do
N.. 'L1I Charters St. New Orleans, Otard Brandy, Cider Fancy OIL OF
!. Sparkling Watches Cameo Mosaic, Coral and all gold COGNAC eooverta neutral
quartier ; similarly afflicted; bo benetitted by it In the "
Colored Cloth
may and Overcoats
tQeocral Wholesale for the Southern States to Port OM 1 Port Juice Black imitation
aged and necklaces and spirit to a superior of Imported Brandies,
bosom pins earrings jet cros first part of this! year, rny wife had several mall lumps Black Doeskin Pants.
tirkoai all orders must1be jkddressed. MnJeira, Brandy Cherries, and lockets for hair and daguerreo- viz: Otard, Sarzerac, Marett Cognac, Ponltncy. # -
t make their in her breast they continued "
Sold by Ames k licrJy, E. Barnard Jr. Miles I Sherry, Sardiues, !! 'f LosoDjins hair braedcl; a large assortment to increase appearance in size, until the whole breast; became Fancy and Col'd Casaimcre Pants, netee,United Vineyard Properties Castillion.ind London -

JCasb 4L Co. TaHahMtee, Ha.; J. S. M. Durison, Sparkling Gelatine, Preserved. Quinces, fine plain, diamond, ruby, pearl and g ret, onyx aud a diseased mass, and very puiuful. I procured the I Black FancJehct.and Fancy Silk Vests,do. Dock Brandies. The Liquors will have a full fruity -
Qniney Gardner A Milk Newport WrT. Carpen- I Flavoring Extracts, P ais, flavor and a beautiful sparkling color. Comma
; ; diamond ins
cornelian finger rings; gentlemen's ; best medical aid in the city of Rome, and notwithstanding "
-trr k Co. Waukeenah:; tCosely & Pop Madison I Yeaet Powders, Tamanndi, and cornelian do. Cass. do. Cashmeres, Rectified Whiskey will be changed by the use of Ue
: sleeve buttons, plain cameo, onyx ; a the earnest and fjithful attention ot the most "
IPalmer Bro, lOll .Ue. S.Pulesten, Monticello: Spanish Olives, Spices, I great variety of studs, fine gold, vest, fob aud guard skilful pbvsiciaus, she continued to worse and White Marsailles do. D. B. Oil of Cognac, to New York Brandy, Pine Apple
W. Rogers 4 Co. bttabuod'ee Baltzell ; an.l l biver nod ..
I j chains, seals, keys, gold pen pencil ca- worse, until they the case as incurable, andadvised
gave up A fine assortment Shirts,Collars, Cravats, Black
Marianoa; Nicholson. Zet ler, Bainbridge, Ga.; Worcestershire i'xiuet: Salad Oil, silver and and silver OIL OF RYE changes common Ratified
.j sea, and gold, ateel'peCtccs, gold amputation. I was advised by many of my White and Colored, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjuut-
D. H. Diekjnsoo BaiabriUge; E. Seizas, Tbomatville, English Mustard, Capers, Whiskey to Mouoogahela Rye Whtskcy, oU Ti.-
thimbles. friends to visit DR. W. R. MOSELEY, of Griffin, Ga.
, Oa I Claret, Cocoa fog Stocks, Cotton and Merino Under-shirts Jeans. ginia Malt Whiskey, Bourbon 'Whiskey,.. ,.:
February M, 185 G. 8-ly 1 AMES 4 LIVELY Fine Cutlery and Guns. which I did, and, astonishing it may emu: had Drawers. Brown Fancy, Cotton, and Lisle Thread 4IloseWbite OIL OF CEDRAT T changes common RsttiJUd

January 6, 1856.! Dinner and breakfast knives without forks, knives her entirely cured: within one month I and the in now and Colored Cambric Handkerchief, all Whiskey to old Irish Malt Whiskey,, and a'superUr
i in good'j alth !! I would advise all who are afflicted of which offered to the public on reasonable terms
--------- -- --- i i andforks in setts, carvers and steel single, fine pockj are article of Scotch Whiskey.OIL .
Piano Fortes. PlOwst I Plows !II! j cutlery, shears, scissors and razors; fiLe double with Scirrhus, and Cancerous affections, to visit the and,warranted as good as offered in this Market. OF PEACH change common Whiskey to Virginia -
Doctor without delay, as I am satisfied by
to furnish Piano i barrelled'laminatedsteel and stub twist common experience Call and examine. Peach :. Oil Peach and Oil of
are prepared Brady Cogaae
.WE LARGE lot John Moore's
Plows No. 1 and 2, and observation, that he is the most skillful physicianin
of 'At best A shot pouches of various fine and November 10, 1855. will convert to !
Fortes very quality, landing from Mystic and for a'e' bv guns patterns the Southern States,in the treatment of that horrible .- common Whiskey Apple Brandy.
opon the most liberal .. McNAUGHT A ORMOND. ; common powder flasks, cleaning ros, Ely's caps and disease-Cancer. Manufactured Tobacco. OIL OF GIN converts the poorest Whiskey to Bel-

They are second to-SMOC in ar.y country either as New Port, Jan. 12, 1858. 2 wads, wad cutters, and materials gunsmiths. WILLIAM MITCHELL, land Gin.Scheidam Schnapps, Rose Gin Swan- Gb
to quality or price. Silver and Plated Ware. M. E. MITCHELL I SHALL'receive some 400 Boxes of various brands England Gin. Ac.LACOUR'S .

Every Instrument w3l \t warranted. Cod Liver Oil.FRESU desert and silver forks "Mullens'Manufactured Tobacco on consignmentagain CONCENTRATED ACID wi u
Silver tabl, tea'spoons soup Daughter of J. w: Bradbury, Rome, Ga.
KILES NASH A CO. this season, 100 Boxes now on the out.- hours after being mixed five 'ot
way gallons g..4
and cream ladles, butter and pickle plated! Rome, Ga., October 25, 1854.
of the knives
PURE celebrated
A Brands" lIe .
Y.I.irorytS,1856. 8 Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and it Vinegar nad twenty-fin gallons of water, toftrirty
forks and waiters, castors, cake fruit baskets -
Clark & Co A Rushton's.For spoons '
will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down gallons of the mcst acid Vinegar that i taD M f.un4 a
and communion service
sale by AMES & LIVELY electr plated and tea sets dishes, chamber and A O.A.a.: D. for from usual markets, and on time to good par tbe roarketa. By the use Laeour's Concentrated A-
butter parlor
Qu..in.ic.e.JUST cream
Aprils, 185C. 14 sugar, cellars, boquet holders, card and ALL persons that are desirous of availing themselves ties. DANIEL LADD. cid, Vinegar can be made for one dollar and sixty etete
eadllstkke aI. of MOS-ELEY'S services. will find him at NeVport, 4, 1855. SlExecutor's
received 600( Ocxcra Snlph Quinine, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA. flower baskets, brittannia warellsccl3ICOIS August per barreL .
f Brand, together with a great variety Articles. his ARYT3ROALWAY,GRIFFIN,GEOR Notice. FOR MAKING LIQUORS Laeour's OIl' rcq ira
o(pan Chemicals. AMES t LIVELY. -0--- GIA.Patients nO preparatioDlnly pouring the Oil into the Whuk.y
April 5. 1858. 14 DR. T. J. CUR LEE Ladies teticules, boxes, pearl Berlin boarded at f 1 per day, or 16 per month. SIX months after date I will present my final ac fad shake weiL The Liquids thus made will bares

Practicing Dentist iron, and morocco port mouaies, pearl card cases, coral FEES in all cases, to be agreed upon before under- and vouchers to the Judge of Probates for fine natural aroma-a fall. rich,oil, taste-,a beard
Olive OIL beads, coral necklaces and armlets,jet 'bracelet. taken. No case will be received into this establishment Leon Gounty, and apply for a final discharge from ful transparent color aud a fine bead. Laeour's Oil

SUPERIOR article for Table use. Just re IN THOMASVILL, GA and MONTICELLO necklace, and bosom pins,napkin rings,hair tth unless it is believed on examination, that it can the office of Executor of W. O.Hylton, deceased. exert three distinct properties in converting'-e mm.a

A eived by AMES ct LIVELY. and MADISON, FLA, aud their respective and brushes,hat revivers, Bhe1 Iwffalo, india rubber and be cured, or admit of relief. All cases rejected will WILE CALL, Ex'r. Whiskey to Brandy Urn,Ac. The first property combines

". ApnIS, 2856. 14 adjacent counties. He inserts any number of Artifipia.1 ivory combs, china w olla, razor strops and invariably be charged $5, for examination and advice. Dec. 22, 1855. 61-6m with and subsides in the form,of Floeulent'particles -

Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett, on the latest money belts, cigar cases, feather dusters, pailor and All letters, to entitle them to notice, must enclosea the whole of the grain oil, (Amylie Alcohol..
them that beautiful life door bobemi In glass and china vases and basBlacksmlthlng. for the of and be direc- Hides
Flower Jars. improved principle giving bela. "stamp" payment postage The whiskey i is" thus deprived of that peculiar irritating -
like amxsaraoce which approaches Nature 1 nearly kiM, tra cotta vases'and pitchers, perfume bottles, ted to W. R. MOSELEY, ,M. D, in any quantity, for which the highest and burning! taste, and becomes a neutral spirit t
i" A LARGE assortment of Flower Jars, various Si a to challenge detection by the closest observer. jewel caes,centre suspension and side lamps,lampshades Griffin, Georgia. WANTED price will be paid in cash or groceries. the second property consists in an ocly mucilaginou

ce*, Jswt reeeircd and for sale by.AllES Persons needing Dentil operations o their NATURAL chimneys and wicks, violins and bWI guitars: February 23, 1856. ly-8 BROOME & HEIR. taste imparted to the Liquors,which renders it mellow

Tet ---- --- ---------------- September imparts an appearance great age;
April 8, 1S6 148a.U8aUSaU. have them done at the fo1lowingea fifes, guitar and violin strings, fine cologne and otherperfumery Leon County Iron Works, property is exhibited in the rich, vinous..nutty edit

which will l b found to be MUCH lower than has ever and a general asortment of Toys. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT that is imparted to the Liquor,which r.nderadia, -

bee this section of cuntr bforp to-wit: Watches and jewelry repaired promptly and i the TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. EwroR.T. tion from the Genuine Brands impossible.t37 i'f.

SACKS of Salt for sale by For filling teeth with Gold 0 6.f 2 00 best maner. + THIS Establishment is now in full operation. All These Oils are put up in .quart bottles e* a
200 and 50 according to and October 20, 185k !will be attended to with promptness,and r pin undersigned still carries on the above business I,,
HODGXISS, POOLE, t CO. $2 ,varying sue cavity _ 4 JL bottle contains sufEcieutOH, for making $00 gallons f
all i
in its branches. well calculated
all work done with neatness and Buildings for
of teeth in dispatch.All '
amount orncK,
Voember 17, 18" 4- Extracting t- liquor. Full and comprehensive direction aeeonpa-
only cents-out u II. Notice kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work, despatching wagons. D. LADD the bottles. Price (2 bottle; !,

i PEICE for a full upper or lower sett of teeth on -1 munts-afcrdnte, we will preentourccount Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, Newport September 2,1854. 35 ,ny H3y: One bottle of these per Oils (five io number) wQ

Notice. run. (with CONTINUOUS GUMS if necessary,) is voucbtrs Hon. Judge tf Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass John McKarspeucie i In Gadsden Circuit Court. be securely packed.and shipped (with; [bill! of ladnf) .w'i..

SIX months after the first publication this notice, only e per tooth, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed Hamilton County, for a fiolsettement. of the estate Castings Ac.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size kept vs. )V In Equity. free charge, to any part of the country, upos t .
undersigned, administrators' the estate ofLewis in Kcrsb late deceased and constantly on hand. All work done in such establish
aDnc of Stephen County Mary McKarspencie J Bill for Divorce. receipt of?10,to the.address of ;
H. Branca deceued will present their accounts Those his services in portion of the Executors of said ment will be done by us, with a particular regard to brleaa
dei ng any ask discharged P. LACOUR New *.
ett to
t b a appearing satisfaction of the court by affidavit .
and Teachers to the Judge of Probates of Leon Coun- above named counties, or any other section of country JAMES t the strength and duiability of tbe work. IT March I, 18:5fJ. -m
GILL of D. P. Holland, soliciter for the comnlai- .
i1 and ask to be discharged from their administration! can upon application by letter to either of tbe above f "t I5. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up ant that the defendant resides beyond the junadic .

.said estate. JOSEPH.BRA-NCII. J named tentioo.Post Offices,or otherwise,receive prompt at -Feb.-.16-,_1856.'--' _ '- _ _ Engines.Terms Ac.will be liberal, and all work done strictly for tion of the court, but within the slave of Florida.It Advances on Sea Island _Cotton.

JAMES IL BRANCH f Adm'n. .- - Circular &. Upright Saws. cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this U: ordered, that this cause be set for hearing upon "F"IBERAL ADVNCES made on Sea Ishad CV4-
aarzazriczs : Liberal for old Iron the facts charged in the bill, on the first Monday .LJ ton for to Charleston. D. LADP.
place. and Shipment
Dee. 2f, 1855. 62-6m HOE A CO, and Welch & Griffeth Circular Saws Brass. prices paid Copper in September, 1856,unless the defendant shall on or by .
JUDGE Macon NewPortNov.S,1855. 44
CLE Gera 46, 48 and 52 inch sizes, on hand and for before that day enter his and demur
All letters must be addressed appearance ,
HOK.J. } (post paid) to
Notice.S Jcocx L, >Thomasville, Ga. sale by D.LADD J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, Fla plead, or answer to said bill It is further ordered, For sale.
New Port, Nov.3, 1866. 44
that of the above order be
rfift will accounts J.8. W March 11, 1854. 10 a copy published some
nseatlx sfrrr: TS present cur fK, )
ami vew&era to (be Hon. Judge of. Probate of W. S. E., Esq, newspaper,weekly. for three consecutive months previous 500 I SACKS ,SALT, in-ink. ,nto dr .y .
Notice to Contractors. to said first in a.Septembeil S. DJOB'f.
Baasifc Covaty.far a lea settlement of the estate C. G. Fir, Esq, Most Approved Corn Mill.in Use Monday September. Done apd .,.' ',- .
.David Moat late of said eoeaty, deceased, and ask Messrs W.& J. BUDD, }Monticello. ,Fla.BOOKS O..ICE or SUT'ENGINEER, BCENAVISTA, ) OF the most LANIER passed at Chambers, this 6th of May, 1856. 1856 II .
!. be discharged as adnmustntors. Col. E. EL BLACXBCRN. CHANGE MILL P. O.ST.JOHNS HIVEBFLA, > 1 C\C\\ approved CORN J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.
Garden Seedi
MILLS for sale
EDWIN F. WREDE. January 12,1856. 2 AvausT ) -LyU by Subscriber. These May 10, 1856. 19 _
20",185. Mills have been for some time in use through this isgion of fresh ds fraax TWr..
ELIZABETH MOAT, PROPOSALS reived at this supply M .
4 SEALED wi and lower part of Georgia and give perfect satisfaction AFRESH Malls and for sala .
Administrators. the 20th day August, 1856,for constructing per by
96tnProperty BOOKS BOOKS a Canal, with its necessary appendages, grinding with ease 40 bushels and the rise ATWOOD & BROOKS ,_ lcN'AUOH't40DOSD.

Mvh1.186.: received Tom New York, the such 8 Lift Locks, Guard Lk. Basins, & from in the day, with less than the ordinary gin power applied New Port,Jm. 12; 185*. t ,. .
I, following new Books: The Old Lake Harncy ou the St. River.a distance to it. The rnaker furnishes a hand to put it up; PRACTICAL. GUNMAKERSTT

I !r n for Sale. ." by Mrs. Ann S.Stephens, of thirteen miles,3.410 feet ; authorized by the and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Planting ''Potlto s.

I i at private sale the follow- II k, "Fashion and Famine." The General Assembly, of the State of Florida, at its session Call and examine them a.t D.LADD'S. A VING:established; themselves .permanently in .

..l .. ty. known as tbe Jra vis Lots, u tonble command of language of 1854-5,by An Act entitled An Act provide April 21, 1855. 16 Tallahassee they would offer their services to 25 rihFrtindIsdiI J 'ia. .

Ti&: Lots No ::'jrZ'5.27,30.48,140,141, 142. 143, 'pwcr passion and dram for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal .Improvements the Citizens of Florida and thrsurroundir, g States for
dtapt '
141.220. 227. 226. 28V,240, 241, 242. 243, 244.215, atic force. .My.YJt So a new novel under the in this State. MILES NASH & CO. the manufacture of Double barrelled Shot Guns Ri XoXATOHT. onvdirn

218 248, 250 262, 25X 254, 266. 27, 258, 268,. all guiae of ao autbophy. is written: wit grace Proposals-'will specify the amount for which the Dealers in flea and Pistols which they warrant to be .qu,1 I to New Port,'Jan._!2/1 8 &. I a i

'.M io tbe original pba of tL. city Tallahassee. and beauty, rkle imagination and work'will bie'dorie, tbe mode and 'manner in which Drugs, Medicines, &c. any made. AU kinds of repairing don. in nieat'tnd -

\ -ALSO- ed throughout by originality of thought and expression. payments a to be made,whether in!lands rmO.eyl.or TUST received! from New.York per bark'R H.GamU. workmanlike manner and without. delay as; all work Crcterfes. '
.Taverino from the' of 'Madam or portions of each. Profiles and We a general assortment of articles in line, is done at the time-when 'promised. Our imenat : i2
Lots }. 1,2, 3, 4, 6, f, 7, ia 8. County qr. pen George Map etuate our Bupr. aawrkd Beaca, Los.Alft
Sad "*Rose CIark'Yanny Fern's last novel,togeth b office, ( by, such'as.Oils of4 almost every: kind,Burning Fluid, twist rijlet;tot target shooting; mad. to order and COmE : '_ .... ,
:i LgoLoLa I Rut l"tFer Leave," and Life and aeo.ttis undersigned at "Orange Mill Poet Office .' WiteLead, Zinc and other paints,'Window Glass of warranted to .short" with .pr ei..ion from 100 to 140 1.--JcNAt1aBTA- & .'*IJ'

No;*. 4. 12. U} V..l, 52, U, 39, 40, 48, G1J' Beauties o Clark upholds tbe re St.John's River, Florida." Proposals will also gualily, Putty, Brushes, Potash Soda, Sparkling yards. 12T Shop, Sign .f the RHK Mooroe ne ee. Nc w''Port,'. .I2.18U; .- -- :.t'O-1 1

e t ia the SoUtJa 1 VoIIyAuarter. putation of this distinguished feme. It is be received fo constructing a Rail Road over the Gelatin,London Mustard, French Brandy(very best) Apnll51858. 1. .. $ ,I
The abonesribed property formerly belonged interesting and t'aeto .the samegronnd. 'F. L. DANCY for medicinal purposes. Spices Pepper, Lemon Syrup -v-- ; : -4----, I -.-- "-1cIc1ai8 f" -

..to( ov.BrwwB.; .For (urtW ioJormaUoo aod terms, rede intensely fr beginning to' end. Ie StateEngineer, State of Florida. Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark,4 Fiua Extract Buchu, Executor's Notice. aMW.y.' .

"MIa win be liberalppy! taA.frry4&r. Esq, complete..emblbsb with steel 'engraving, beginning August SI, 1856 .85-1y Ae, Ac, and a general assortment'of'Popular\ Patent SIX months aft date, w. wilt preseat oaraeeooaU M) n n } baa.:ht'tk, _'.-

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CHAftLES MANNING; the Empire ad Bibmct His, trials bone'to m.eri'011 patr nage.. .<" C the said County of OarUdso, I fial settlement, 'aid -, ..eQiwr.. &M18tJl.
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