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: March 14, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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LAWS .OF. FLORIDA. J atives of the State of Florida in General As.ormblcOllrPhrrl That tdtlvrs S".ate! -" :
amuel .\, Pearce be and be is hereby authorized establish ferry tho of the' of,Florida in General Assembly eonr'enel' ,' That they are hr hy appropriated'; for the f l5l'nfje 1858;'to wit: I Foraalarira'of
between the to a name of tfarah A. Falana be, and toe same is hereby.changed I public officers; $23,100 't !i j junction! Shofll-Rtver and Griffith's= Ferry on' the Yd- to Sarah A. Brown. "
CIIAPTKR _, government, $,7000 (criminal prosecutions,, : .
838. low ; andJcontingent rtpriises
-[ f1.] : River. Provided, it shall not be within four miles, elf (,nInth! 's I f :
,; Ferry. i [' l'a'se4' the Hou-rf! of ReprcFfntntive December 5, 1856. PrtSed ,the Sea of Circuit Cour.g: 'I ,OOO; 'for jurors' andwitnesso',

AN ACT to Irgalire-the: will ,.f.Juhu) Perry deccnied.Perry j S;(,. 2 Be it further Unacted, That the said Samuel A. Venice\ ate, December b, 1850. Approved); Dfecniber 15, Is30.] I $13,000; for contingent expenses! of Supreme Court) ,OOO; .for

fiecrrox 1. Be it enacted by the Senate lnd Ilnnse uJ lleprrsen: his heirs and assigns, shall establish} said ferry within one front f residence; of.Governor; 5500; for lands fa.ought'in'for; faxes 8200 ;

!ttriuf"s ol'thc Stale lf! Florida in Grllrral A.fsc11Ibl.lrom'l'Irll. 'rh\t the passage Of this act, shall at all times keep ;;ood and year suflicient -=::a. t J'foY'post, mortem erxamaHtias$500!' ; for Oth :jGen'ral,Assembly.
last hill wd testament Jolu I flat to !loaded 8 OOOO; (far Interest on borrowed ((935,000 ) thIn} tlre
the :: u 1rry. tat(' of Columbia county, cross : } w-ngons and teams, and shall receive such rates tHAi'TER .tf. money -
853,-[No. 70. 1 thousand dollars. ..
stroll I be valiI Uld of ] (
tlel't'I'C'IJ: as huuhng in law ItS though the said: ferriage as may )be established from time to lime by the
County '
had the same regularly witnessed. Commissioners! of Santa Rosa county. '! A.V ACT! to authorize Richard Ellison to c-tablish SE( 4. Be it further enacted, 'i hat all monies raised 1 by the bill
I a Terry across. the Suwan- entitled "An Act to provide for (the of the debts
[Pawl the HOUK, December 15, 1856. l'uthe! Senate, December 18, [Passed] the House, December 19, 1856.:; Parsed the :senAte,1): 'eeuiber 23, ii}i I nee River.SIHTIO.V .. '. I.. State" arc hereby appropriated for the payment purposes therein expressed of the
: 1856.
1",1.1 I Apprised December] 27! 1t.36.J] I i '.
I I 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen and? for no other, and that the supplies for subsistence abd forage

It II t I latirrx, f! the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That I furnished the Stato troops while engaged .in.l protecting. the frontier

Ij j 1 Richard Ellison be, and he is hereby authorized to establish a' Ferry f shall j be first paid. '

CrtAlTKM 810.-[No. ()J.] j CHAPTER 8.H.-. [No. 72.: ] across. tho Suwannee River at a place knot\;n as Elli oli's Ferry. :; I[Passed the House, December''' :27, 183& 'Parsed the Senate, Dececaler( 27' ,
Ht .
:( 2. Be it further enacted, That said Richard Ellison; his : 18j6. Approved Dmmbcr27, 185C.]
t ACT f- the relief of |
AK 'r William II. II
Hiekrnnn 4.f Putnam I i heirs .
county. : Ay ALT to authorize (George IJill. Minor f to a"!*uh'i' the. manntrcun-nt, .if hi.. and assigns i shall at all times keep a good and sufficient Flatat _. r .. ,. .. '" .
F.: \\ HKUKAS: William II. Hickman, of the county of Putnam, has mne'e own estate ': said Ferry to cross loaded wagons and team, and! shall receive I .:

extensive improvements on lots No*. 10 and 11, in section 17 I {i, such compensation or rate of ferriage as may be from time 10( time !
townbliipD and range 27 K i (located as School Lands,) and which!. I tat ires the Be it nifictdly the Senate and House of! Ri-prcsrn- I! established by the County Commissioners .Madison Countv.Passed .. / [No. 1.]
of tate of Florida in General ',
lands have not been offered for sale Assembly
-Therefore convened: That A Resolution
[ ; the Houc of asking Congress to establish Sail
a Route.
Repreen '
George Bell, a minor in the ) \(;; December 5 1856. Passed; the Sen
SEt TIOX 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and House of Re :rc.ten- I( and be is heieby) authorized to County assume of the Hamilton of this State, l be, t! ate< December} y I, 1836.;) Approved. December} 15, 1836.1 :! .J] Be it resolred by the Senate and House of Representatives of the

t a iris of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly coiirrncd, Tln.t: estate, in the same management of his own I State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That our Senators I
manner as though he had __
the Register of Public Lands be and h'! is hereby authorized and required I twentyone"ell's.. arrived to the age of and Representatives in Congress he requested} to urge upon the prop.

to sell the! IhctIescrlhl1d l lands to the said William H. SJ-;:c. !1. Be further enacted That ;, er department the establishment of a weekly Mail\ Route from the l
the '
IIi 'kmm: at the aj .ii'd, value fur said! lands without advertising: Bell to his Guardian, or to the, Administratrix receipt: of tile Mid Gt-oigt- '' CIIAPTEB: 654.-[No. 80.] l I Marion Cross Roads: in Jefferson County.via';, Finholoway, Econ he- !
,'i.< vfiering; them at public' sale, as is required l by law.tvsed of the estate of hip nia Spring, Warrior and Cook's Hammock t o'
} Father, for his distributive share I' AN ACT for the Clay Landing on the
f of his said Father's !Estate, shall he j relief of N. O. J. Staley, Tax-Assessor and Collector of Jack- Suwannee
River distance of
; the Senate. n.'t lnllf'r J 1,1 J tili.t; P.iss.-d the Hwiee as full and ample ninety miles, being the most practica
December 4, 1S56"Appioied acquittance to the said Adlllinhtr j son county. II i
:lt ix, his j }ble and
or to direct
route the lower
December 11, 1S5C.: > ] said\ Guardian: as though the said Bl'Illl I through ,part of Madison County. '
George d! 1j
:; :Irl'ind\t the !
[ twenty-one year} :Igl'of j SECTION:: I. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of RcpresenI [fraMed the Jlou. of Representative r December 5,1856. Paned the Sen* t
------- i I tatters of the. Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That ate December 6, 1856. Approved December lJ, 18J6.]
[Passed the House of Ktpivsmtathc) *, Docciiibcr, 15, 1850. Packed the :Sen: I] the Comptroller of the State be and he is hereby authorized I
ate:, December 17, IPO'Appro*"ed, December, :Si'!' !, 1K> ;(; t to audit I
Cii \PTKK 840.-[No. CO.] .f.J. ] and allow to N. O. J. Staley, '1'ax-Collector aiid Assessor of Jack ,

I son county, twenty-seven dollars (&27)) for ami upon his depositing j ... J' ; ., :":.r
; AN ACT empowering Register to Rfll to'Nathaniel; IWler a quarter section I with the Treasurer of the State certain hills of Manufacturers' [:\o. 2.] '

(-f land. I and Mechanics'! Bank of Columbus, Georgia, to : I j Resolution asking Congress to establish i Mail {
CHAPTKU: 847.-[No. 73 amounting twenty- a Route: from Mellonville to
:;:r."TIO: 1. Be it rnarteJ by the Seriate and House ] : seven! dollars, which said bills were taken and received by &aidStaev! I' Bay l.ort.I .

,. tiers of f the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened of!/ Ileprcsen-, That I .\A Al"f (I" authorize: James W. BrYl1nt to estal.lMi a Ft'ITHI rrl-g the :SI. I II;, for taxes when }bills of said; Bank were good and 1 current. I Be it resolrtd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
V, Register of State Lands l be and he Johns Itivi-r. |[1'ax-rd tn) Hou-c i Stale Florida in
1- is hereby) authorized; and re- December} 4, 1856. Paw d the :State: December 8, of General Assembly convened, That our Senators
i :tired! l to sell to Nathaniel Fowler the Northwest of 1HiH;, Approwd December) 15, 1856.; ] i and Representative in Congress be requested
the to their
quarter S. I Slrno.\: 1. Be il enacted the Senate use effbrts.to,
', and N. E. of S. 0.V. by / and House of Representatives I I obtain the esiablNhment
quarter quarter quarter of section; 1(5( T. 7, of the State of Florida in General II ) by Congress or the proper department at '
:','nr.e 20, S. and E at an appraised value, without Assembly convened, That i 1; Washington of a Mail Route from Mellonville in .
? advertising the JamesV.\ Bryant 1 be, and lie is hereby authorised 1! Orange County, via
on the same) t'nIlS:1S lands to establish J: a Ferry Apopka Lake, Hanu Lake
.1 i n'! are now sold by the Register 1 across the St. Johns river :Adamsville, Sumptl'r'i1Jlonro9'1:
k-h have been offered for Bale at public outcry. during the teeth often years.at a place known as Wdaka, for and |! Cn.\l''flm 855.-[No. 81.] ,i i Ferry, Pierccviilo and Spring Hill, to Bay POlL :

.Paned the House. December 1 R. 18: G. Passed the Senate, December 22. SI-c.2. Be it further marled That the said James, \\". Bryant i AX ACT to declare Yellow River nu\igaLie.SECTIUS : [Parsed the House of Representative: December 20. 1866. Passed the Sen '
H G. Apprwvc-d December 27. 1856.] j' his heirs and assigns:, shall at11 times keep or cause to be ( ate, December 23, 1856. Approved, December 27,1856.J
kept i
good and sufficient !"I'rrBoat( or Flat, to CI"OS::; loaded a 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of! Rcpresrntaiives .
riages, &c., Arc., and he u thsh.'lJl wagons, cari i i of the State of! Florida in General Assembly convened
, or ., receive such rates of That i j
I IJ I a s may! be established }by the Board of Commissioners ferriage;; I' Yellow River shall he and is hereby declared navigable from lllack 3-; I
; oi! Putnam j
CilAlTKR 8-11.-{[No. G?.] Countv.: Water Bay to the Alabama} Line. [No. _

e: AN ACT to authorize H.irrlson Fuirbanlc to establish a terry across Oclockn; Snc.: 3. Be it further enacted. That if the said! James W. Brvant I SKC. 2. Be it further enacted, That if any person or persons shall I Resolution: asking Congress to establish a Mail[ Route, > F'

river. his heirs or aligns shall fail to establish; said Ferry within oTie'vt'ar; obstruct or cause to bo obstructed said river so as to prevent navigation I Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representative of the

J 8ECTIO\ 1. !l it marled. by' the Senate and house of Represen from the passage of this act, then the rights and privilegesgranted I such person or persons shall be liable to indictment, and, on State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That our Senators

talices'f the Starl' of! Florid r in Gf'llenl A8\'pwb111 eonrenerl, That i by this act are to be void. i conviction thereof, shall be fined, at the discretion of the jury, in any be instructed and our Representative requested to use their best exertions 1,

, Harrifonferry Fairbank le and he ii hereby I .I sum not exceeding one hundred dollars for the establishment of Mail. route from the House of Geo.
:\utljorizl'd to establish [r.I+ed the House Hcpreceutalive i Die. 15th, 18:>G. Passed 1 E. \
{ across the Oclo knee river in township No.; &, Range No. 1 f I DfC. Ifith, 1856. Approved! Dec. 22d, 1856.:; ] th<> Senate' II [fasted the Senate, December 4, 185C. Pared the House, December 8, !! Suwannee McLellan's on Little River in Columbia County lo Shoal! Town
section 11, in the county of Leon, on the East side! of said river, and 1836. Approved December 12, 1856.] t on River, via Samuel Barber's and }Vm.lomsou'! a dis ;
i'i! the coal t' of trnd. ,dcn on the Wes-t side, for and during the term I I --- 1' ti tones t ti'irty miles. ;,. .

of twenty years from the} passage of this act. I i [Passed! the House of Representative, December 19858. Pa.sed the Sen
SE '. 2. B' it I Cii\iTi.K: 818. No. 7-J. ate< December 22,1856. Approved, December *
( further enacted, That the said Harrison} Fairbank, l -[ ] 27.. 18S8.: ] 7 8JXo.
hi* heirs or :assigns, shall} at all times keep a good ami) sufficient Hat I CHAPTER 850.) -[No. 8 3.] i
ACT to nuthori/v Andriw Jaek'ioii DPMIB
to establish) .
(.r ferryboat to cross leaded wagons and) teams, and hall receive u the .\
-eambiu m Hr. ACT to supply the Deficiency of the. Appropriation ..f the!! last rival: Year
f such rates of ferriage ns shall or may be slabliahed by the Board oft I for Contingent Expenses of the :Supreme; Court.
County CommtMoncrs of Leon county.SEC. SECTION: 1. Be it enacted bltcS'cllfllt: and House of Represen I [ 4.] I ,

3. Be it 'further enacted, That if the said Harrison Fair- I tatives of the State of Florida in General Asstmbly conrenrd, SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Ifomc of? Represent R'olutionMkin; !: Congrew to grant Landa to this State in lieu of the 18th ,
I bank shall fail to establish} said ferry within the term of six months Andrew Jackson Deens be, and be is hereby} authorized to establish, tatives of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That Sections in ForbcV Purchase and the Arredondo Grant and all other Grant

from the passage of thi act, then nil rights granted by this act shall! and keep a public Ferry across/ the Ecamhia River, at or near: i i's the sum of three hundred dollars be and is hereby appropriated for WHEREAS! by an act of Congress, the 16th Sections of each Town
f }be null and void. junction \\ ith the Bay of Kscambia, and that he be allowed to charge I the purpose of meeting the deficiency of the appropriation made by ship of the Public Lands have been granted to the State of Flori

F. SE..4. Be il further enacted, That all laws conflicting with the I such rates of Toll as may he from time to time established b\' the i'; the last General) Assembly} for the payment of the contingent expenses da for School purpose, and as the 16th sections embraced in the ,
provisions of this act be and they are heitby repealed.JP I County Commissioners of Santa Rosa County. ,' of the Supreme Court. Forbe's Purchase and the Arredondo Grant, and all other Grants,.

[ .= *dthc S 'natc, Derenilifr 12. IWi. Pa.Fcd} the ll'uw',1)eccml'cr) 18, e! SEC 2. Be it further enacted, That all t e rights, prhilegep! ', profits : [Paned the House! December 17, 1856. Passed! the Senate, December 19, were not subject to such appropriation : Therefore ,.
h//; Al'l'roH'J H"tml'r) : 11'Lti; ;,] and emoluments of paid Ferry J be, and are hereby vested in the t 1856. Approved December 26, 1856.] Be il resclced by the Senate and House of Representative of the .

said Anda'Jacksoll Deens, his heirs, executors: adininistrators, and ;I State Fit tida in General Assembly convened, That our Senators I .
assigns, for the term of 4 he instructed and .
--- twenty years : Provided the said Andiew : our Representative requested to use all proper ef-
I Jackson Deen, his heirs, executors, administrators assigns shall 1 : forts to procure an Act of Congress, granting to the State of Flori '

'' ;IL 842.-[No. 68.] always keep a Flat of sufficient size and I strength to carry orerat loa I CHAPTER 857.-[No. 83.] I IX Ii da Lands to the amount of the 16th sections embraced in the above >. II -
did and team and shall Grant.
wagon strictly with the i
comply i
AN AlT to authorizt X. .\. J lUi",1h to establish 8 Ferry across the Santa Fe that rules and I .\ ACT to Supplv the of ,
regulations be established Deficiency the Be rcsohed
Hi may by the County Commissioners '! Appropriation' of the last/ General i further That the Governor be requested to cause
Hr. I of Santa Rosa County, or that may be hereafter provided by law i! AWmbly.: [ t to be forwarded to our Senators and Representative in .Congress

SECTION; 1. Be it enacted by the Senale and llousc of! Representatives 1 SEC. 3. Be further enacted, Thar it shall not lIe lawful for any, i i SECTION 1. BK it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen each a copy of these resolutions.

of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That I person or l persons to establish or keep a Ferry within less than three 'i tierces oj the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That [Passed the Senate December :5 So 18S6.: Pawed the House of
Nathaniel: A. Jamieson be, and he is hereby authorized to establish a miles above or below said Ferry, unless the same be toll free, and I for ;, t the sum of six thousand dollars be and is hereby appropriated ,for the\ ti+'er, December 11, 1856. Approved December 2'1. 18:6.] B pre enU-
ferry across the Santa Fe river at Fort White, in Columbia his, her or'their individual use. of and
county payment} j jurors and the sum of six thousand dot
for and during the term of ten years. SKC. 4. Be il further enacted, That this act shall at any time besubjec 'I lars appropriated! for the payment of criminal prosecutions and -r_

SEC 2. Be irfurtl enacted, That the said Nathaniel: } A. Jamieson, to the (amendment t, modification or repeal of any. future Leg I i tingent expenses of Circuit Courts, to meet the deficiency under con the
las heirs and assigns, shall at all times keep a good and sufficient islature of the State of Florida. last appropriation bill.PUSlt.J [Xo. 5.] .

ferryboat or flat, to cross loaded wagons and teams, and he hh:111recei"e [Passed the Senate December 5.i, 1856. Passed the House of .I [ the house of Resolution asking Congress! to grant the St. Frauds Barraeki I.
Rcpreentiitie Representative!, November to the :
28 1856. City
such rates of ferriage shall or may be established! by the ;, December 10, 1856. Approved' December 23, 1856.] December 1, \I'l'roHtllJe'mher 5, 1856.] the Senate St Augustine .
Board of County Commissioners %f Columbia I
county, and be subject WHEHEAS St. Francis Barracks and
to the orders of said Commissioners. adjacent lots in the City of r
SEC 3. Be it further enacted That if the said} Nathaniel A. I profit Augustine to the ,Government the property and of the United States, is without use or '

Jatnieson, his heirs or assigns, shall fail to establish} the said ferry CIIAPTKR: 8.W.-Xo. j5.J] CHAPTER 858.-[No. 84.] State purposes, in the" establishment might of be a Collegiate converted: to Inat important !
: one year after the passage of this act, then the rights and privileges I I IAN Therefore tu'iQD-
granted by this act are null and void. ACT to change the name of James Boll, ilartlm Ann Odham AX ACT t
und Einory \ making Appropriations for the Expense-! of the State Government Be it resolved by the Senate and House
EC 4. Be il further enacted, That no person or persons shall be Odham.SKCTIOX for the Fiscal Year 1857, and for other purposes 1, Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened of Representatives of the
allowed to establish} ] a ferry or bridge within five miles of said I be instructed and That our Senators
ferry : 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House I SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House our Representative requested to use all
of proper
[Passed the House, December flfc 1856. Passed the :Senate, December 19, of the Slate Florida of Representatives meal s to obtain from the Government a transfer I
1856. Approved December 23, 1856.] of in General Assembly convened That i! of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That property to the City of St. of title of the said t
the names of James Bell, Martha Ann Odham' and Emory Odham, I i the Comptroller of the State be required to issue warrants to the for Augustine. .

be and the s une are hereby) ( changed to that of James Sherman I i. i l lowing persons, viz : To Philip Dell, President of the Senate, 8279 ; [Passed the House of Representatives December :24,185! FUMd the I

Martha Ann Sherman, and Emory Sherman. J. R. Brooks 8252, D. B. Bird $117, W. A. Brinson $132, W. F. Senate, December v 26, 1856. Approved Decemb 27, 18o.l* '

CHAFFER 843.-[No. fiR) ] [Paiwed the} Senate, December} 5>, 1856. Passed the IIou' c of Reire5entav|! Cone $180, \\'. J. J. Duncan 152, T-J. Eppes 8202, John Eu- ..
live Dt-ccuiber 10, 1856. Approved' December 18. 1856.] ;,j .us $252, J. Filor 84UG, George D. Fisher:; $237, E. Hopkins --- :

ACT to authorize Daniel Young to establish a Ferry across the h-tzwaimee ,j 209.50: G. E. Hawes 8252, W. J. Keitt 207, T. B. Lamar 8106,

River at vr near the Warehouse. I J. T. Myrick $141, L. G. McElvy $113, M.\ J. McBride $112, E. [Xo. 6.]

SECTION 1. lie I D. Tracy $212; Isaac Welch 197> J. !McR. Baker. 227. To II. Resolution for the Relief of John S. Perry. .
it enacted tlie. Senate and House of
by Representatives
of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That CHAPTER! 850.-[No. 76.] I V. Snell, Speaker of the House, $379 ; L. Duval f lOG, P. B. Bro- Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives the
kaw 102 C. Chaires 107 G. W. of 1
Daniel Parkhill 8108, B. Bellamy 8122 Slate of Florida in General
Young be and he is hereby authorized to establish a ferry AN ACT for the relief of Alexander Pur viance, Abwilom S. $113 Assembly convened, That whenever tho
Smith Wln'tflclc Joshua
Ira S. llou>c, I G Taylor. 8114.50, Henry[ Pope 8127.14 West half of the Northeast .
"ron Suu-annee quarter of section 30 in
river at or near the plaoe known as the Ware and W. W. Burke. township 17, ,
II. !II. Slaton 148.50, J, B. Roulhac 139.50 Samuel 23, South and East shall
house Knight 8302 range have been
for flip terrn and period of ten from the of this I confirmed to the State of
Act years passage SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the tiendte and Home of Representative G. B. Smithson $162, Wro. E. M. Cousins $157, H. R. Alford! Florida by the General Government, it shall be tho duly of the Register -
the State Florida in $177, W. W. Hull $202, Samuel 20'2V.. W. of Public Lands of this State
SEc 2. ? of of General Assembly convened, That Buffington Hankins to sell the same to John S. Perry
Be enacted Daniel -
6f } further That the said Young, his heirs the Treasurer of this State he authorized and required to refundto 158.25, M. W. McLeary $132,, J. M.\ McQueen 8177, John :Frink of Jlario11 county, at the appraised value, upon his application) in
foaded assign, shall at all times keep a good and sufficient flat to cross Alexander Purvianco, Absalom S. Smith, Ira S. Rouse and W. $152, John S, Heermans 301, Hutto L. Braddock 8224.50m.I. preference to all other persons.

wagons and teams, and shall therefor receive such rates of W. Burke, Five Hundred dollars, with interest and costs of suit S. Delk 8302, J. M. Wilson 113, J. P. Carter 8110, J. W:. Johnson [Passed the House, December 8,1856.
fartage County as from time to time may established} by the Board of which amount has been collected from them as sureties of one Ben-f $227, J. P. Campbell $172, H. B. Irwin 8167, Tiltman Ingram li1 56. Approved December 23, 1866.] Pawed the Senate, December: 11.

SEC. Commissioners of Madison county. net, who was convicted of an assault, with intent to kill, in the Circuit 189.50, D. A. Voght $207, S. Helvenston 8207, J. Penn 8202, A.
above 3. Be it further enacted, That all laws conflicting with the Court for tho County of Hamilton, and who has since proved J. Clyatt 214.50, J. Gettis 277, Paul Arnau 8231, P. J. Fontane -

are hereby repealed. r to bo insane 466, J. R. Nicks 252, J. M. Mims $237, R. R. Golden 8172, E.

[Pawed the House, December 24, 1856. PUIe\ the Senate, December 26, Passed the Senate, December Holmes $152, C. Gonzalez $252, R. H. M. Davidson 8106. To [No. 7.] ,
[ 5, 1850.: t Passed the House
1H of
; Approved December 27, ] Represcnta' Rev. D. M. Turner Chaplain of the Senate 850 S. J.
1856. lives, December 18, 1866. Approved December 23, 1856.1] ; Peiry, Sec (it
retary of the Senate, $170 ; P. H. Young, Assistant'Secretary, $136 ; Resolution for the relief of R. H. M. Davidson and M. M. Johnson. '

G. F. Hatbeway,. Enrolling Clerk, 8136 ; N. M. Havens, Engrossing -
Be it resolved the
Clerk, 8136; J. Robinson, Sergeant-at-Arms, $136; J. B. Ca-si State Florida by in Senate and House of.Representatives of the .

CB.\PTF.K 844.-No. 70.] CHAPTER 851No. 77.] son, Door-keeper, 136 ; J. White, Messenger, 136. To Rev, J. of be General Assembly convened, That the Comptroller
requested to issue his
Anderson of the House 850 H. A. warrant oK the Treasurer in favor (
Corley Clerk of theHouse o
AN ACT for the relief of T. Blocker, Sheriff Leon ; R. H. M.\ Davidson and M. M. ,
Haley county. AN ACT to change the of Julia R Johnsony
name and
Falana for other .
purposes. 8170 ; S. W. McElvy, Assistant Clerk, 8136 ; J. L. Tatum, ... '
the '
being amount of their .
Stcriox 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen- SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Engrossing Clerk, 8136 ; W. McPherson. Enrolling Clerk, 8136; held their seats as members mileage from and per diem duringUho 'time-: they-::,
& of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly' convened, That J. H. Sappington, Sergeant-at-Arms, 8138 ; A. B. Campbell, Doorkeeper county. ,

the Comptroller 1M and ho is hereby required to issue his warrant on the name of Julia E. Falara be, and tho same is hereby changed to: and Messenger, 8136. For printing Slips, Journals and [Passed the House Deeeaber. 8. J856.' Patted the Senate,.December 10 .
t thee Treasurer in favor of Haley '1'. Blocker,;Sheriff of Leon county, Julia E. PriceY Laws 5,000 ;' for contingent expenses, stationery,. &0., $310.011 ; 1850.Approved December .3, IlS (8.J e''

>Howing' the aid Haley T. Blocker the sum of fifty cents per da Sec 2. Be it further enacted, That tho said Julia E. Price bo arrea:1.ge: ; of Clerk's pay of adjourned session, 820 ; repairing Picture ,.;.

from the 10th of October, 1855,' to the 1st of January, 1857, for the and she is hereby declared the legitimate child of John W. Price, of Washington, 830. To.Nelson Brown, servant, '45 25. <,..

ekrge and maintenance of one John Williams, a lunatic ; also to t tudii and entitled to all the rights that she would have been had she been, SBC. 2. & it further enacted, That the following' earns 1 be and '
tit few account'for the' um of eight dollars and twenty.five cents, born-in lawful wedlock. they are hereby appropriated for the fiscal year 1857, to wit: For [No. R] ,

Upended by him in the purchase of cjpthing] for said lunatic. salaries of public officers, 823,100; for contingent! expenses, of State t Resolution for the relief ot J. "Wt: )' .

[P* **a the Howe,December, 1856. Pueed the Senate, December 26, Paused the House of Representatives, December 5, 1856. Passed the Sen- government. 85,000 ; for' criminal prosecutions and contingent& expenses Bryant : .5
1t4. Approved December 2'1, 1856.] ate, December 9, 1856. Approved, December 15>, 1856.] of Circuit Courts, 812,000; for jurors and State witnesses, Be it resolved by the Senate,and House of Representative r ifihi i..rc:,:
813,000 for contingent of Supreme Court 82,000 for State Florida in General
} expenses ; of : Assembly residence of Governor8500"; for' preparing; rooms in basement 'of be'directed and the.Comptroller authorized pajHftnd todit tho': ;;"

Capitol building for anrroory,'ano removing arm to same $250; ,' 4 of J, W:'Brynpt, 1 late .member ,from Patnaon'at Ute its Hit aecou ,!
GRAPTEK 845.-[No. 71.] CHAPTER 852.-[No. 7a] for lands bought in for taxes{8200.i; for expenses of Presidential .of-.mileage and'per.di} m,paid,tbe BMOjbjirai of the GAF! ii. .

AT* 4CT : election of '1856,,$1,000; ''for post'mortem examinations, $500; for up to-the 10th,_day:;;of December, J85"Cr* *. ., : ..
authorise '
ta Samuel JUFearce to ettablieh. Ferry on the y ell 1r AS" ACT t* chwigB then m of Sarah A. Falaca.SKCTION interest on borrowed $30,000. .;;
money [Fmed,tb* EOOM DM bu
River 10 1854. F dae4
C' ;
fif" SEC. 3. Beit further enacted, That; the following euros be:,and 1836. Approved D.-\mbftl2S + tkei eut+ ac. : ilvtfl.,
*Ecnox: 1.: Be it cnaelfd ly the Senate and Home ,of Rtprcscn- 1. Be il enacted by the Senate and House of Repress- :. I 1"/' ] '


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rather than rewain here where .there is nothing Territorial ,Faith Uoudh. Front-Ike Art. ,rrkJoruAl tf>Cia >nsrtt. Mmh 5. -Wfb rt-fcVrnSelo A fiopl.? eontMdVriihen *ifll* conI 1 qn* an post laws, r ..ntceiful
onrmtl.I I I die thi Weet -nt enjoy a fire J H-rota an J happy .Ihacir trade. hh
Jtorifoimt & on ? poiut. pre t! ,
I $ t but FtntltnaThrlM The ?erate of the United States has printed the THE IXAFCrRATIO-V. J- trade throsjh mit viureahcn-heural; i-Npausivr VGCB- the wonli tlrc.J'I. *14 thct'nrnrrtDl

Wc iwe it N OIIIlVVfWt owe it to ocr tbilr' of the proceeding of the" Commission for the Short! t lift*, moon ywt relay time' eer1t.ana3 j.-. try, such us tlieVorltl never, 5ticsod. Thi trae.\j nptin 1ia.sIarc4I iardv j

dr i .ai-to emulate the \vidoin apdnnttrpriie of ether j II 4JIItmflentOtlaiImb* between the Unite.! State.and t ndiint upon the in.u ruraticn'of the new 1'rol- | i-i eotidnetttt on hiilroxtl ami euntil*, on no'Jc rivers prverea': I ml-ov Iaruc.e.t t.. tl> t

a. TALLAHASSEE'SATtrilDAV .. $thtc.b upon this s-ubjeet., xxliiji i< to make us the Great Britair. underlie Convention of February 8, | dor.t took place at the Rational"Capitol in procure ,| and antis of the seahicli, bind together tic { oath jpresenbcd by the. Onsutcdon. ..;> h -.
-- -- -- North and the South, the Ea t and l lime West of OUT in\okugthtfMc .b5 ef Due I'romjp'n Von
i controlling State of the (;Julf and tins nucleus of a i I 185H.: Tim Contention under which the coicmioii the officers of the lie- '
: 31 ASCII 14, 1857. of the Senate, highest judicial : (1>1jei1emcy. ABuihUnt T thU, trade, arre-t it* free rrlople.. ; .1:4 II.t't-.

Gilf Empire. S was appointed for the adjufmcnt of clah.is public, the Aiiiluiidorsof foreign nation. dclc ation f pnigreby the 'pcogrnphic-al linn of jenlou ami J ) -
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.0 VorjJ Wnalc. made upon the government of the Flitted State by from IMariou* States of the Union, officers j hostile Sfcite*, and YOU destroy tlic 1rocrity: amlu; The LonJon'"fljei, Cotton.

Fee Mr.-CuYToN'<5 Curd another column, prooing The med Scott Ca r. i J corporation.*, C4 ompanic* and private i individual of the Army and Navy and an immense (concourse ', onward march: bf, the whole nn* in i conid *
A ileppateli from Warhington published another \tdvenll5nonc-commonrtun. Hut : Mich
]> to i'Ien a School for instruction in this delitThlful c.'Inmn, lrir.<** the gratifying> intelligence that I subjects: Afh.r Britannic Mnjeflj*, amFilaiin'made | of citizen from every part of the Union. Htrinling ., atioi., inipoitant a3 they are in $ielvf.sink into how 10ely the intcre of England are ev

excreU1. Mr. C. is thoroughly acquainted j upon the government of Great Britain by corporation j uncovcre l before' this grout audience, unattended insiiniifieanee when we reflect on the terrific -iitith tho-'e of the Southern Suite*, minj gim
1 t tlic Suj-rane (Court of the United State?, in their de- t
with all tli" elements of Mu.io and well qualified to eu-k-nc'fthe *, companies and private indixiduals, citizens tif i by uny liveried retir.Ke. urguardt-d by Ftnliiitl- re- eiiU which would re-ult from !l>uiiion. to every the result ofits observation follow*; -
Scott Case have affirmed the
teach the Science.jGctinutv. the United Stat*. ec-hing not the homage tif subject or tl e mutation lM>rtion of the ContVdeiiicy) the Ninth not more "In #o.Ur truth, tiI.4flztrfrsTsIa,, ot.
*_$ umi>n titutionality of the Ni-s&'uvi Compromise, and j ji J than (to the Se'aIitlltO the Ka>t not more than to the .' of the fe'mirr'ir'i'tnt i r.r IOne
-* *-- Time jurisdiction! of the commissioners extended I potmugi lef-"on tIme
to j of civilities bUt, the honest plaudit of hi* fellowtii'iAn <- nhnnd
of be Cotton Crop. i i thu denied the light of C'oternmcntal interference i Wet. The-* I hall nut nltemjit I to })i> mv, be- should have a lorvnuwt tithe in
all cae: remaining; uucttk"l, which! had been prc- -, by whi>?e MitTirirc" he wn* elevated to the ) cause I feel a hiiiiib' i-.> iti !eiieethiit thekintlVryid det-i the B
4 A prize of a Silver Tea Set is offered forth) mart with the < \t<-numf l.iveTV; in the Territories Kx-iiy* on ion of cIianK-ter. Tbcr i l r.o |
I wiited tu either covtri.iiit.it; for its i interposition Rink of 11r-t: ( 'ili/.si of the llcpiibli.. J VM>.* BinivxviN nee which hi-pirati our J'-itln-r with widoin-lo -rfuv V no 'senlimeutal hdniluA't-rV* It!., "i
** r-4hnatc of the current Cotton Crop, as will bexen Thidtiik.n> coiiiio.t opjwu timely, and iii'w form of ajjd at "f<1
tho irovernment -
frame I t union brtlioW.Olan\U..4ui.
ith the other, rime tholanaturt* of the treiity of swore fidelity tc' the Const it iition! qnd laws mo peifett Uut W ir.
reference to the advertisement of HOPM4 odt.leexert( a powen'iil infi -iee in calming rtr elms ieaI by man, will not stiffer it to p< rMi "**
by what he like with his h
on the 24th tf Ilf-elnbtr I ) l ll anil such own ; Hctw* ,
I ;
peace 1 tiwcalth m.d hinirelf fait it- ;
; I j of the vou.liu% ) > mm pledged until it hall have been imi4rumneitaI.! r'ninei 1
Northern feeling, and IlL inducing u general acijui5ccnce peacefully -
fc IEGNb $. All liters mnt have thir etimatesin *- rit nrt flptnthet flnflTWflrvpMiiY-priWhj.% ,; r
( comp other claim subsequent to that lime, a* might be i fully to discharge the duties nf the high Ministry to t by iUevunple, In ilie exten-ion of cull and religmi !, a"fln
;4 month. ? iu the Democratic doctrine eo >lyirjiugvratcd j ieiaiiat iu which *lie rotton pInt shall b trol
by t1ie1tvtJzcpreeflL* i in the paj-Mge of the XcV.rafka RUt anil presented to the commissioners within six months which he has 1 bet u emi fit ii. The tij-ht was a grim rtl I Ii lilac throughout the world. ; ,of life, and t he. ininistfrtef-angel< shall I,,. nf time*
of the
from the day of their tir-t 'Meeting, j jThe.c and hi'po-Ing, out si lit illu>trntion aif the noble Next in importance tothe t inaiiiten.incv fiimily of Main. On the-Xmtwry, the
| flKntUmUt!
fcafill Spring Good ;in the rc'-enl 4f the Mi-wari restriction, to-wi! : the I Connitutioii nnd tin-Union, 5* the duty of (*

See the appropriate column to-Jay for tuiipting fjispkysof of the question of s-1-i-ery e-r no slavery claim were to 1 be imp.u-tiallv and caiei eimi>li< itvof our free in-titut'c-nsfounded* nd fane- lug the government free 1 f; on the (tiiiii! o even prcery the f|W mill 1ee'nilorm', the fheXortiern! States nn-1 ]IiHJ|
1 f plajing hj pocrite. AVc all
fully examined 1.time oom.ii* :oncr-, and decided | tilled the IK-roc-of the Ic\olution! bo-ed! Publieirtiif I I' t the \itiil( I lite by the'
all that is "rich and rare" in Spring j to the 1'ovlevhm are to be :ificrte l-V it. by by 1[ &iimapit-uu of corruption. cotton tree. It i* the Britl-h heart cf oak. "

: < ;dll-Nii, in the advertisement of Meers. I). C. Witus I! In the L'liion of the 7th we tindthe r-oint-s d<>ti- "acc-e>rding to the be.t of their jndsrment, and aci i I'lvvide'iec! a mel impcri-h.ibly tenured, I by the l.on- spirit of lepubiie! and hi.-tory prove* that when a baronial hall, many a church, laany a frm'Id l-if Maav i

BITLEU & DEMIM and !TorKm places,
'. .-_ -- I wi* to be "a full, final :and perf-it settlement of freenmerm. J tt.u vrtMil. and from the African \rh.o wattrrd it
1. Ncsrroe* whether Imives or flee- that 5 may remain far a KMon, tht> biilstaru-e late depart- it th
> SITU I plutkrd from fltwy and it' an'l
Mr. flbafla.flM Inaugural AddrcH*. CMry claim arising out of i.fly I mu: Imimtitmn of 1 a date IN'AUGUIIAL( ADDKESS. eil forrver.I pod. cleaned
% of the Afri'-an: ract----urc iot citizens of the United ; j pc-kid it into IjikMillion* if'our
I We place before our readers to d."ys paper, State* by throntituMon.. j 1 pi For to -\ehii.ireof! : ; the r.&t ii h .mthz *. of thetunMillion. PreMthiif r.nchauan'Inaugural Mos.sistro, pub. I j Our pre/f-nt finaneial condition without I a par-i would never Live seen the light hut for tonntrvnien thi

; thi* document, and with no desire to indulge 2. The ordinance of 17t>7 h: d no. indt pendent con1 ." alhl in hili>ry. Xo nation hi; e\er ia'famrIa&II prodiutlon and for itS enltimtor A xntk
important 15-l. tl 1 ItloK, Vill 1 i.e read with hell intere-l and! 1 eiiii'arlai'ed from (too iu itt fnilur of the
1 large eiiqdus
moric adulation ftitKtional form t>r le:al efVe.-t Pt iti umneritfd pniic or w%ph i Osj (\ gotrr.mt encased to gix e full 1 crop jmrt pe pl a virtual &minr
*ati-uittion the of Tliis aimesf. birth to
gi\ei extravagant:
by great mnj'ility our neee-irily
adoption of the < !>tit'ilios!, ii'id e-f>ul-l not operate tev.iitry- Miould tho cultivation of the hint
i; we l be permitted to cay that it breathe* an ardent ellVc-t to these decision*, without objection, delay or ; ii-giIrtion. It produce-] } wild -hemcs of exjH'ndititrc j lind it-.limit*
may of itM.lf to confer t'riedoiii or citizenship i I v. ithin the men, K-an iidiniiable exposition cf the found coieiathc .- \ : -that 5 i-*. should it not increase *>iil

demotion to the great interests of the country. : Northwest: Territory, on IItZroCimot citizen* by th'e 1 evasion: : a.l futtJier: ongrtred that; t all elaim: within ? piii.tiplt e>!iwhi< h he j rt.pee* to ( a-. : and! begiNa; race of speculator andjoblwrsi to multiplication of the human rai-e r nnd it Froi* giomrjn.,rtion,

and enunciates the *ouiidt vie'v uppi all i the un9nc410n4 'intitution.i t ti thf juri-ii.'tii'ii of t the commissioner*, whether i' who o ingonuity i* exerted in contrhing and promoting w nut*, we Skill find our- -Ive-
i prej \ dm t hi* administration. In of doubtful more LideUand
ahm.rIi'e: no in
obtain the fl.e
ha\e the 3. Tlie pro\i ion ff the net of Ib2"! eoinninnly j : that agitated puliliemind. i ration-hould from .
port ant 1 ealled the Mi.-ouri (4.Im1'rlmi-e, in .*-> t'.ir as it r.ndtrtook : import do1 1 1.' :i-I it t and enforce the doctrine ; arty, through i's i ofKcinl airont*, whetlur rightfully, ll.t-e i-1 .. Wr know all tl.U Weknow narrown* Of

: l. We liavc no fear* but that the di-lingui.-hed to exclude negroiavt ry frt-n:, and eom'iiunicattf and lift'r the corulu-ion' of the proceedings of the laid down in the Ka-a -NM ra-ka A.-t, thai rfee i; or wVonefiiilV. i is 'Ifl-t-eti-aI. and thf character of tjirfiid of our national tint tlir
'iyna tyUi
I author will prove himself worthy of his present < x- freedoni :and titi/cnsliip to negroes in the [ eoii.inl--.cn; -' be < ( n-j 1eFet1 anil ttealed a i* finally I } eople alone-l.ould! d. It rn.ine t the Imt: tire of their i the go\a eminentulier..* 'in the t'mati iom of the petvj that for all mercantile a1mrp4 Entrliiul ntton. Wrkrow i is

lted position, and that hU administration will bo northerii pi it of ftie Loui-ian.. cei.m>, wa< a le i- I .settled1, 1 barred r.id t hence foith i inaunii??il l.c" I iloni.-stK', in-i it at Inn-, subject oii'v to ihe i I'oii-titu* j pic1.ral mode This of 5*rdief in it-lf from a fnibitrra--tinitt ery gnat e\il. The i Is to natu- the Stales ; and! that. in 'fleet, we arc partnfia on with* Of
j jtion -
t tpropriatf
lati\ea exceedmtif of l (. and aj J'
traced in after tir.e on th** 1 I ri<*hte-t paire. of Arie- : power "ongre- I Tho ftiii.iiii.<*ion consisted of lion. Xiitluiiitl ( '. the Siiuthern planter. Vet a* n nation weareal .
I of the iiited! in tin1 ,
M.sfv's anal the Hio tn I' -
I r-oi'J, and of no leg! ctiV *t to that: trj.Ii : ; at si)10; ; time \\.t ; stirphi* usury yrr.-tt national litirtnistvet fete Mr Stove
It rican history. I Uph:.m on the pail of I the I 1'iiited t'ai'* and 1 I'Anr'.n.l : I ii-i-t-i-t: very Ii ae-t luauwill ir.-i-t, t thnt! in e\- i object*, for which a elonr wiirfant ran be mind err otf-r her look*
--- detidir..j tiiee ivis point *, thcSuj rcme Court I found in the loti'titution. Ainonsr I Iht-e 1 n-iglit pray foransinti-slar.fy rresidcr.f. We tIma rlj
llf-rt'l'V lie !
I of ;
; 11-ij on Civ.it Bri'ain.!
part Ih.ir choice thf ';.0.1 j that .slave r\it"on
{ :at! ( Uillotboc hi- I no can Briti-h ,
> t c anal
in Tallahassee.lu ry ormiv
Federal Improvement ir.oi.tion th pxtinimilimm-it of thf lie ahtt
.4 determiid the f'11.i'OiL_ ii. idei.tal j-nint* : ; put' ; n 1
( ral John A. Thoii'a* the other soine
t last week's i-ue Plated that Mr. Yult .i> v.j.s'ppob.ud age-it of Zen -I sail I I i t e free fiti amm ob-luu t tio-i or 1 tit I:maitimi! !ii! >n. 1 nasriiiable! iiuroa'c yf the navy, whit-h iat p.tlf' |>n> day of laPar o 'erot 'Utrsintn rfre
our : I. Tlit* > s-inii "territory t and other i 1 the I United Matend Jaine I i.mu4zm lorf.uni'ii.ir anti prohibitic! shvc-prown
ri prno.rIv"f ; .
? ,
\j ,
q agentof On heul he ion a'mmgr.-
I jet of the I Tariff, the I Union AI alit left- inadequate-to t t prof ret our n-t t.miiageitic.atia ;
> ,lewl tntrodue l in tiC Lit1tizte': : Senate, a 1'illpnniding (* the Unioii.ii! the t-n-titntion, applies I interim Bat all this ti.W# e mire clothing tot only .
I ( Great Britain, to present the tin ins* r.ude! in 1cbalf tan ; -; greater than that of nnv other iijtie'n-m. .. iEaTt_ ,
hi thi- Mu-li .- the Ui.i.m ed the our rtlatio'with fi.ni.rii power*, niiibustcr- taut mt1! tl. briaI liikwith thi
for th: efiisjj-uetioa of a building only lo territory '* jn--e>* mit e\tcinftd ver enttoi1altkaml
ll the defence of It i-
ff t th'-ir i\e We as our sea et-a-t.
j ov.jmi.ci.and ,
City, fortbeact-ouirartJalirm of the United Mate: time of the- adoption of the constitution. rc-peel : ; t to answer I i-xim, and every other topic t t"itK .l i-pm: hi t the I Ij beid nil rUt- tion tin- true principle that no more t.% uncle Ton xmn'I his f1Io !ifferrys. it iour ,

I Iilii i. F :c mir1tt.f titi/er.s tif the Tnited Statt'F. trn- all el:lini? made U 'oim them.Amonir j MISIL"it is all that eo..ld be dc-Ircd. 4 | tr.ale, it i. ti: great stajd.. of Rriti4m ifliit.y
Court, nnd ilw her public officers of the Federal : They rev .t.iio; onuht to be_collected from (the p nplf than
i I int federal and tho 1 of tie! We ra Mr. J.erree' far 'hi-
r.iting territory, .r *
po\v t : pneuted rirain-t I -'"-' iij-'
( our wl-o pi-edit led tiiat the eoir.-c: of I tinrew I Admini- i lime ar.iotir.t neoe to dcfiay the < i-f a 'Vi's tii.inrf ana
l ATe Lave it in to j s.iry cxpc-i.-e
eminent. now our jver an- f,1 rl th 1 the t nil I *ale of 1,14 eott.m M.nuM!
goveri.mont r.% depf r. on sent : j crop. ii n\ t lung !
I .ovtrisi"i't: wa* one I in relation I to the F.ii'h! I-ond* j wi-e, economical and! ciHci !,t ai'nj-r.i-'r.; tk.ufih. Iispprntrf t
Bounce that the bill ha; become a law, appropriating; i jirovi-ions of the eou-titutjoii, i\huh ,l<-fin<--in that; i ii ration \ uIl -Javcry { roj ag-ndi-n! v.-ar withlliiivpe.n Mr. L<- rrc-r, nr.i *I>nuM ire bo L.a unfonocte asti
iii all oth( .- te, the ( '., j I II i i-icd } y tim" Teniiory of 1- !. rihm. The eim.!mmi-i.-:m : rfilil; u-tcri-ju kr. govtrr.m.'nt. To lo.sei. llii* 'ii.r, it w.;. z rocoiry kej, hiI I hit-k thai! I >
30.000 for the purpoc ffatea ,ibo\,. Thi; izC clii- i a- r resp < }j-owt.rof uI.css P-I\V. .. v, ill :-c-e from j to re-oit to a modification of thi-TaiitT.: anal this has HJ toet. w e all ic ruined, and
T;. A. Con ro" < it--'if;t tmiko <> i mtI1 I j -hnIl have to take our in the vcond
I ] ojwwei tlds: addrcs-h par rank
;jrenreill be ino.-l acceptable! to the* citizens of Tats iw < r&-m1v; they mi.-jid.red: him, whik 1 bef-n r.ccompli-hed in s-i c'l a rnaT.x.er n* to di> aitfhinj'iry ] "
:; rii.ietment* ielali\e: tlie a.* or r- { ntti; m-.
jitr pr p 'TlA'
lahns. ce, a> the] work will be the foundation *jf a i tv of citizen* of i ho L'niti-1 State-in ft ileral triito-! territorial irmfrntiiei.of! the Ui.itedtate> j' toil.'so w.o! '.v'ni-ily. alvt-t'ate.l Li-ek'et'on.it i i-. t the !j I I a* may Lave be n i j.niotieable: to our doniefti -
"re, within I ii. 't.w ( i- tonfidetl to I them, indepeiid.'i.t mniiuf:otnieatifpeciully those for
useful public structure and an ornarccnial hi.provcmcnt ry, 4'l1.th81 su .h as the constitution fo>.f< r-, o itt n.o-t toi.iincii!!; aisd acoplalle i proof that tl-iir ne.-o-ary Foreign eaas.
j jurislietionand; m jny 'debt I ii'-iirril* I by tiitiu j th.' d. ft nee of the -.auntrv. Any dierimiiiatioiii
to our ehv.. i !1t.t < -i ttif.o:<:iy]! .1t le;:. i. .T'I; j>o-vcr ton* imj-o-e i.u: ttbH! !atioi1* on 1 l-e irt :ii ral L'O t rnn: it: choice was \Vi-. and ( :xmira-m.tlv conducive to tl.e 'i again-t; n |iarticul.ir branch, for thf purp.*e of 1)411. Tin Stcanur Persia, nrrhed at Xcar Turk (cern

I, : -*- -- t-rriuml i- Vij-1.t t>ol aol tImt itlm in. t., with tlntc-s to the
.:z The Railroad Policy I'loriJa. I Territory i- 'ihitI I-idi-it di-tlisi -- would have been unjii-t t" the ret of tho <- .m-
ti fr *. rrtold "i* i : 4. 1Iic ]le !.il I i-oi.lilioi i of a tkue I h: the State t 4'f appoint m <-ii! by the sremnil tiornnit i.t, and that I j : : ly aiioiincothat In- shall r.iunitv and iiion-i-tont? with that pirit <,f fiirxm-i February. Sh? n-ports! a alt -ir.e of i lIt the Cotton
Hi-tory we philosophy <: Mi-viri i-i hut ;itfcetvd 5-y the *- Joirii < f i not be a (It iali.l.ttfax rt-ei"ttion. (Cot-fijuei.tly! ;i market. Sale" >f time week
temporary ]imm'-
Coi'irres- of I
jioucr tiis.ippi-ov.il of I the act* of a i nnd! equality which oii ht to goxcru; in the t.djn-t- ; 6,00 l'yx.iuii'u'] a.t! he.ioeve f.n-1 f it a tr.dy vhuhcoznlfliie Mitli hive i'i :n.y oln! r Mate, but 0:1 hi- return hii) Tt i ritory; or 5 is thf owinr of the l.ue traits: of !| i hfaa have no moth< ofpe.r-on.il :i
1 aU) i-all 1 oi! .r-. i-i :n: .:joa ih it condition ftill viepi-nd-on! Jl.v I-ITST: of 31i--ou ii. j i land the .
rtar.in it in I Teiritory t whii-h are rot .ui) j. < t to lavatiui. i e\i.-.t] I th.-c whieh a rea onn-'eted with a tiit Imfmii. wfuai.dering of the pubiio inonoy sink* Lord >;inicr the I5iti-h .Miuiiter lo SVzmI1rQtaa.)

j:. : < i.t. C J !-o\i-ion in) th.- ( i.i'-tit tti..n; .f u Mate 'tl-a: wh<-n red withti-e 'unnder5ngof
:. tlie: j.n.l dine: ftJt w1 vLv ct-nipi |
i-e. j'lucrix.-- ui >. eupU-d abor.t two ho! r-. ai d v.::- 35-tonotl t<> \% :thjrofrtund 1 cial thitit -. (;
z no otht r or sirtsiter PiK'Mi.t of ti\: or m-vt at-: rl.ail: time public lain!*. Xo iiatit-n in the tide of time, rei-mt, Nis.

fli-trri'-h aj.d lvay, tlc chsra Ur of iJnir jtoojiloju :ttt-r.t4. by a c-ruv. ikd 4Ui-msWmI ; :> id ;:'t! any tim I b<- \it-d I titan :.nay ]>.- I'-in'ired! f fo/ t tin. i I Til'- a mim..i ci'J i'V of the atldre-4, lam I ill2 btu i:14 ct a-r been blt-r-etl with -a' r'uh ai.'l noble an ir IVrM.m envoy has i-easo.1 nil en.jitr t&,

t : l institutions u-l tlwlr! jmllev and van--s Mjih wheihtr a.a d i' t-i'toa of the Sujtreiae Cotir(. or f.r :: :r.e...- ary i xji'-Jt-'s I of iro-.t ri'iti'i.t.'doe* not pre\ti.t i tr.mnnittt.l by itl.-ir.Mplt, is ll-iblc1 lo contain slight !lierltaiuo n-we t i.juy, in t thvpi.blii- Ia nd; !*. In :N- I s t'.lo the ijitcstion* nt iime l-etwe Persia and

E 1t Tfl 'f fuimk1h u ,-tlt-! tJ.M.li.i'i for th i axnitiit: ;: of alieady .-.vi-liiu: :: <-!iiiiiry inini-ttrinjf thi-j !i' tru-t. \--T: it ewio
: ti.o <'oititKi--.1; :u'"i:n'eiiis on VI-.t: itt tids: j jut p I in">.-cttri -it of tvpr -Ion, for whieh, if I.Oev.-matV,- portn.t may ; Croat; Hritai 1I<> do( liru tiffin.; I.ondnn..! nKil1rtinain
t tblisati('ii-of th- <;o\t i-i.iiu-iit. as I 1harf I inehi'led i i to gr.u.t portion* of f1t? m fur t tin- ii.ij r.av4-um.-mt :
: f.-r iu-ir.l a\oMai-. 'flcr' i.
T :<;i .r not a tl.c nm1] Ii'.r\
lultflec thf !
i X. !t :! "-: "W rn. ; ui.tUr will immka-: ilr.e! allowaii'-o : in Par *.
un-li tin- imr..i i ;
: r of !ieee-.siry xpt Uses t>f t th>- j of | rexn.ima-r: yet v; -ho-M u.-xtr f irge-fth.it it
*inlc 1 >UitJ of the (v:1rtae-I1y v.-li s l.i-.ti-ry i> n-.t i ti. im"-i -t- :. j :ro\t rMiitnt.i J ft'ttirfid:.'' ;-Ii.ppe.tr I before vat!! t'liday' 'I ai. a c.rilinal ]>t.iie\ to i..... rVo I-oland-a* inu<'h Loul NaroI, mart ha* iii !lerl F. gl.ind! mizeL iru *ia

; f-haJovfd: f-rt! i ii lljv! f-is.\e JMJH: # that ar :.: -on-titute their resident,

l.'iriIf i =?u.vl fjvia thrir K>\* r.'l oilkial dt-j i-tm.-t> thtirS i't of tii. ei-M. .- t.'r i-f a !i.-h will be ;] =a -h a ii.mt-: i in it ( 'on-litution inij>o-t-s no li.tbiHty! ei.t" the oli! .. of IVesMei't of ti"! I'liiti'dM.'it--: .1 l prii tIVe ;imlI!! tIt-! ; i.t: < j.ly l.c-' P1.a.mmaata tt! >- Miiti-t.-r; at Paris, iittl the

z that .]. rt.t furnish im* it h uvtt1 1 ls's of 2ntm.me- or fl.ilm in I tin- tri-it nil covtiunjeiit, I in law or will In the 1 e-t of H.*, ai.iiity. pnerve.. ]retecl and pro-peril v of 4h''new)i : Mat-* l-y furn".iiinlh -ni :ih.irdv Plmipotrntiarie to settle
,. iMcr.ti'.ix; d 1 licit nit- r. j jImporlRiit tl'f d. f. 'l! !tl.e .,1i.titt : I. a.f the 1 n" dMuli t'.e N.-nft I-'M att'air. It U fwvl that the
4 41Ut V. f-r J JMI\ nit nl of any ik-l of ead Mi.tf : i : ;m : ? I Itttnti .11 tl iiiibi.t! ': i i.tet 4-f Ima.Zia -t itnd! ir.'K
I lion and ex.u'Jj.k-: : ; jii.Al n. Vkjin] from all t c<>!itii.< .! v.h'le a 1'-z iiitory." I rir: tr iipon 1 hit irrt: : i-H! I I-K-! hiimblv ihs okit'ie aa-: el' Irci-. I Lot -hall! -e.'tmri- lif.n.efor .-t-hildn'ii! v.ill be diihVait ef inlju. tm.-wi. TK-! ca ..fin'i'

: t-f tLtra thi* srris't truth, tl.r.t our *4d\aiK-vieut iniiifcUiial to Florida f mil \Vahiiga. I 1.1.1; of .a'x' Fal'p' : < lor v. i-!>iii: ::i-d fins.u. .s= loee.ite Jil.d olir el.ildltl/At Itildre'l. Ii-- W.-it r* for SliO-r tili \- : .- iu 'm.rm-a.: !
I In li ; twily
kr.ov.i .
tV caof ih
: Crit.1.ti.
7 ji'poHy i< ll.e natural rfult <.f the tkJ Jopjntnt J- It :iflori!- ti* no t rd'.i.ary j pU-a-iuc to ir.iouin.-e: : -hip ilh'uii nnd: res oii'il.if I d'ltir** I in :?'lch a frofi for lull "I-ore- ho mov M. k in thi* t otintiy ,

cf 41m r ':.ndks; n. .urc< =, and tl.at ;i'h : j'j ?n the authority tif a }h tu r from Mr. Yuh e, elilted tlet-5- .'n cf I tl.e / oviiii- ion was as .fnil.iw : I iii.innei I l atortor"I:arnn.iiyaiid i i I t ti"i.! nt fri .ini- tu ii.ir.ro-.1! i thfir e..)id'Ut:n. anal t" njo\ the j jbl Uu -tia ha* i-eunt-1 warlik Iratia-n !t.ttjn-t

a .tcvIiment i- jj"--t idopiifiol with! t'ic- : the 4th !."4., that a 1 III Lad i.-td I t-th 1I<.:>ft, t.f j II The} Cv;>!e -.".'.} d fi-oi.-i: I Haipton! P.oa.lin \ ir i' hhii[ aiMiiiir! ill'-, pa.4a1.i.| of l the- -' \er.'i Mrtr: *, ai.d topieere I <--?.insr-ot'eixii mi oat! n-li! !iou, lha nv. ?Su.-h <-migraut" the Cirtji--iaa-'. It i* runit-red that "he i k to oLtairt
ftollitics ComrrC".* athiirizin and direetb'* the |I piisin, for Nf-'v l >il-'ai-. with I .s.i\es) on 1 oard.! Ihe aIm; fret- ii.-tmtmtia.m:: ri'r.ii'.o'it! n .inv jrciiratiti. :- have; doiit! i.n.rlito t j 4 a iar:e r-t'im of territory fn:M P. r-ia, fc-r utait
of iijt<*rc'>u>:i i.ttii>n. TroiR wtne <>LHJvation ? crizry -la\esoi the tIm | .-. { '..n\ine"d th'it I owiiV: < bi-tion to tl.ej of thetounlry. ''lh havopnufd! faith-
I :ame ioee on e olfiot-r* and era w. I 1t.)11ar'.tV y il11 the lattir iu the war w.th riighind.I'lrfun's .
we f>xl I suii-n ed in nuking tl.e rtat .in<.iit, <.f Ws.r t.* tr tho tin.inoin
_f lint in no one single State, w litre a liberal r-iJnad I: counts of the >: late <'f '"k-ritla jicaint, tl.e I'liitctl o of the. ci'-w, ::n-l iiir.r.k red l oneof t the Ims.'m:- ;i whiehtill nnim.iti s ; !ie he.ntof tu-! .\':.. ikan po- j zin-. they an-iiititlVd Hidtr tiio CoiL-tititit>n and : i.nm.t riiu *-

hf* 1 l.asilare I.en States for ui.iii.-y advmeei1 by tljnt! State i'i }>iyia !| >'' '_ I! Pin, lat me arnc-tly i.-k tliflr: powiif il! .sttpj,: pei it in t 1 iv. .* to be j Lii'td on :s pirft-it quality v.ith rative ._uit-al an udjoyrnni-ct of Parlimnnt toX 3iuntlay.
< n ;v.-oungod f.ilnre -
poi -y e :nv I f I "The j iiiatf was then! < lhd I l.i naxiir.ilfihi. s-i-talnint: : all just ituM-rre* eal.-i: ite'ilc-! p rpi'tr.atfI 1.4.1 11 citi/tii*, ar.d in ( hi-ehaiaur tImr y-L! >ultle\ir *gtoiat5t'r.-4 1 Ittv. iu Pra--ia mine! 'witxerlatJ
.i.t i Vt'lau'tcreulit.lij.to t.r\ioe for t-"iip
i In She .J !:: js of di-viK.joncr.t and !pnptVT -. ..- ( *;: \ -.* to the I Bahama ( In ln-r arri\al -lie wata- I .- .'-!the iaha.-t! pi.lilie.nl !bl. *- : \.ii: <-i! I Hwven I I.o 1.holirea4aLtizeti. are les- Mn5..idrr.n.e! !
>?s luXeutVh.Jtil ( the'
: challenjre the ] roducty n >f a <:ii ].- <-\an.jdv to 1 j.ref.-ioii of Indian: l.< -5ilititin IS-JOard ViJ. Thi.ekars .. ken jio -e--ion of i by the Amerianci>n-u1autlioiit j'|i ii h.'H er l-t-low."ti i.p'.n! lily r..1ion. JIa\ir.ij de- 'F'- Utder.CMuHuSi'i, ; > i* a crnut frot ih<- roi.fen-iMf prt j-oi -fl
.t Pari
; ll i j.t
: rtitvre.I! that
;... refute this at:1z.1in; cf all mil.rLmn1s of the Mate ui 'a the \M-.s r.so.d.( i.nd niea-nr.- \ie tiki n to <.iA 1 the i j teii'iii'etl! i"'t to leeoli.e a i-andld i ise' !a r i.-i th.", M..t. tu (.'t I.ITIVft't'< ttaiii a.titip 1aitt r. nndii

Tli> ..vurtxf roiak Las Li<-n sj c-icd bv tLvMijt U. S., UT to the i.ow ( '..i-1il. 4'ttLIeak. At then \ .-.- to tl." United Mate; *, in order I that tho-f 1 I-hjtll have 1:0: irsotiie t to I iiifbut'eniy toi.Jitttii. t .. ijUt .-' tOil w l.t 'in r thi- srar.thall f e lib*-rally 'at I tl.c Eucli-h} p.rLiuent l.arrcvivcd tlbpafrb** auiie -
ad'nini-tetiiv' I the L'o\tri.m -.t: Xei the tltrire ; it1jv !. b- alit! 's1aai *IItal nvimiJit total l ltn- 'ti.si t-f '
: Mi as t-.a XZ..l wi'h Mutiny and imrrdi: r on tl.e j jit p. i et-tru ti, : -i.iore t.k -- { > > ntoii.
J-zii- \t < a, we ar"m a-tire.J. tl.iceourt f ft r the I ,
: < & :- -f a; iiittrestine kttir frwu a hjh emt5 :.miht! be t triet!. The J'liti-Ii atiSl.or'.tit I mll.Istalial faithfully t.. -.-r\ t ,
I ui-lmei mzmcn.rr 'if tngre. '% 1 );;tviIir j>r.-eiit rice wi1!! 1 e pit in (vadition f'-r .i iji tn inttifi rs-.1 l :.1.1 h;h. rat<_-d t tin-su\t! -. i! in the irratefi.il in 'noiy o! my < ontryir. I!. We the argniutiit. I .ilt-in-.> rfattnt tin1 rot-.ii'rt. l-aat Aiettlcul.

: : ut ar.d .. ui.; Ii.. I./ l..u. rei-t nlly ,-t'.1 l lii'-oiiirh; a rt -5'!' lit5.I oot.tcst of a..niii/i-lr.I"i.: tlu-it I l.* 4A
through our >5ji -, b qc..an.- i<:.j.ns-K-l -wiiJi tl. J jiay. tliiit ti.e cirrunistanet: under which th<- j | tmiar.t my I t nz CApericMnndohst i > tt'riibie trugtily oeurr.l l in
In addition thi- Its f. I! v.in a Ciook-- in w hiii tl.e :- :- it our I How -i-i'i/t-n- wtrieXeilcd rvution !have it.i'.d tnt: a-tri t Itaitiziore. tei
."rtiiuoe ff tLia *ulj.-tt in c-jjincttKo v.iih Yridn. \, to I nj.j itpij, tlos- <;? compelled to tr.ttr haibor 1 ei.tilhd IM I r e.im\ ire a 'it- ) '
I }- havebed) : ii.ade 1'ay ( ..IT4--= for il.-) to ; r. u-iiit.n, a tat l that ih.-I immt'rer.mma.-, l>y British! to t'l-_ l>iirlC! -i.te-
; Ik! : afolii.w j.uijio-i .
\ .tcu: ;: I{ atith'iriii- !;' t r..le the -h\t: in -r.eh iaor I to .-..ndtii ho. oitiin< : brt wi..'ii the u p. i.pl! |t-.n>- Ol.lv I true 1I* Well a the olily.if..- tliei.1V uf t'r CoilMitulion. I A ilrUyTtii-t fill.'d a prc-o.-ipt!. rd.-re'I by Arnol-1,

: "Te j.o-t :::.jvjifait subject UJM.;! \\5ikJi toftimnhte 1 ilediz: llttrida K<.f- an.! Ky-, >-!",' '-' m : Line I.j-t4 ;.t tluir! 1 cir-r:: ivmanh-d I. I the I I'nircd *e cltild teot

and o\i'! cf th" mi.rimt a-f cllizc-ns of t. m.d all w .a !:1fli.! Tht v'.let' of I tl.e I'l-jovlty, 't-ak I t-r? have b.-t ii \t r. I: .'d !>y amre -. they l.tve i inefi the n.rdicine 1'iid! d ;maameIistal.lrnaal1 took

: i? the- railroad fix11 ro% ( :nt nt- that anin "pro-I v.ith; tl.it fftiK7'ilf; e-f Mkv.. IKI-O-S; the Fl<-rl-Li ih I'l.'f-d tats as a :'ritndJj' ::\ r, an of the i his. i ir. tlie manner | reiiil.ed bll._ L.m 'amntitut :u.n, failto prodttor irjiriou a i..l unhappv! on-

\ <- nil. Ywaan I'ci'iL-ul-i! f]IS-1' : f'-r the Navy Yard at 1'ej-aeo- law of iiatiosi-.*' i w .ah.h..-. i\l, ii.d iiistai.t '-. !,: ]-,:.) !f.iItVa.! Our ,--.1u-ra&-| M.il.Vlh illst'lleIliltiht bfau-tUn-d, i' the n-inuind; r <-f tie in tlii-in to the niit! and

t never have any iiHKi-iii] : ; inf5uiue UJH U the afi.rof { -- i In. 'jStKA for ti.el I/i .ial l'.isctol.i P --- rvn ef.nriDiild: ali'iit- I.a\e \ii't.!! I al i -o iri iiiil I i if' t thi l i.e Wi-iv I the pn.[.f r a.a'm;-ioii. Nritht-r! i* it Ia--; : tt>ld him he had niaJc n fatal mLtakaThe drng-
) at
the Republic until you attain a i.orcert-dit-.bl:* ; j 'i] ; IIY TELL.it.t PH. and striking a-peehule; of the a a'.i. Ity o.* man for -*i.rfor; the publir! : .-1t 1. e t.' sfr.iin th'> inn;!:.'t.' gi-t pt rsisted tlut the medicine w.i* rii ht. anti to
1M-it.iomI in Jiunr-* arA* 'ua1th. flie bt for Fcit: Icileo.. sj.V (I : f r I"it I'iraE'-ap, >S3ix'fi ,- 'clf-ifov.! inii.i! m. What! :a hi.ppy! .-ooa-aiatt.m': (flu-i.,, of I tl-e ti-n-litr.t ;.>n. be. an-- :-il the-rrtiit and! u-cful show his et'nfi.I Ine in hi* f'tim.'etat-s heswall< wt>tl

retiirn vjfl Le n iitin diraec to vu if-t rc ; for Fort T vk-r, :*! m ),'s&; f.-r Fort .IcS'tivwi, J v.as i; f.r ( "oniriess to app'v' this -inii-le rile. that I jiow11> required for a -ueit-sful Aiuiiliii-tratitiii af f i ilh. .
D.Tiioi Of"iJie Snjrcii!' ( .urt iu the I>red' the w'll!I at f the majtuiiy-l."il % to ihoi'ttl"ii'i.toftl'i .' I loth in I 5ti hiue a portion !him** If. He iimn.-dL'.ti-ly attacked
.p. not Thov'd Lv it 1. 1ti4n. Y4U have r&tijr *2 Mlf i- for Felt litkeli >! %. h'ft ; n.akJJi ilUh'; !.r. ri. I irfiM niTHfi.J, peacear.d war. j
i which, ; tl nuUi.ui of doll.' 1
but without itFoil and er.tr-ry, they will not b.evrIoped 7n-'at- : -t r. ? e d-l"r- WA-\/O-: ., ?I.-.r.-h 0.-Tin! i>p'i>ioii of tin Sn- *. ''-litres-i ir.efl h. i''d !. i5-ti--l.i\! 11 i v into -I :i.pIK'ii.:! n. V.'hilst dei ply cor.'viiiced of theetri'th Tlie dortir, wh>> nurcly t.-t-ttd the pn-j> ratiiin and

TI i "PI Honda.Thi ai.v 1ai liiory l or Mate t i'*'r t o \rlnde: it t tl.t-rt- I *.if oi'i'.siilrr i it .-,mthat ui.ihr tima'
and \ou inn-t remain upon the l> w < r j.r< ;n" (t4 ;.m!- in t'.e' i n-e of I ln) dvt.lt, l.a.l's! t n t'liv.rcdby : -, a- a mar- -j>it it from hit. month, wile at> Pttaekrd, anal with
round of the ladder, in duty and dignity. From i* Cf-rrai:; .> -. < \ L<.ii.piii.! 1.It:y r/v rd <. f 1. I < hlrf .J u-I I.-- I It d-t-h-r.-s froin.:i a I l-il t to le.iVf tht I: people l I then I of pelfVctly five maki! i.:T J owi-r, ( 'a alIri-*- i.iay apj J ir-piiate iiiomy k ki
T.-n.-y. tz.t'rt.a
: : ditiiculty stMi'd. Time ati.ir i
to form ainl! I tm.itatheir! dofii'-tie iit-lilutioi.s in towardth" I-th-tioi of road! whriif *e M /nedgrritt'citemuit. -
: t met Military
.! jxjr.r'onal' ob-ervatiuii, I can ftiy, you an* e-ip.ibe! ofTwit t the vtrnirmiiz.rv xi j'iianr.zmn.i t Jr.<-j. i.fy of i'r :i j t ( a
p { jirtxit'ction nntl .-mployiiv I -- llil'h r the! toi-titliiioi! f'f I the I'liitedrate-', tlnir otl n way, sul.jei I oly: tothe Constitution a'I thi-absolutely 'I'-of-ni *. '.". the ft-fenee; of any Tli" limiririst Lad zLite.I enurtt. ol; roltaInni *-
prolitably a : i
t-il.] iid
t -iitl .
Jap; :121i.-LJ:1rtI aud manufaituri.i jojiulation.15trt :' :> woikinjr npivillation: i'i iVMS' rtlliey ?-. nre llol citizen- ; tl.atth t .- Mi.-nillli I (Ci"niaolii! =e w.i- th.' I -d 'ttta. A-anatiifal: eon-t-ipueiioe. Conjrr. Malt.r Territory of I the Urioii agiiin>t foreign in- ; .- with 1cm. n-juii'c, developing' enough pru-vif

ab ve all. *, oir ;-ornj; hk-al J.oiti.ii p\i 4-?. hai di-r.o 4.It!!, yea. ndiulr.blv w i-1l, for nneoiist'.tiilii.'i.'l, biii.ir: tin- ax-.t. ist. .fa ] M>w r imtt s-li-i, mu-a' pi-eiiled that: wlten the; Tnr'.ti.ry \asi.-n. I Under the ( 4b1-tit u; ior f'o'.irre": }hflj lk>wer '- arid in the {"reparation to have kille-l three han-

yon the natural risht t" thf! t ctorayf thf wliih t1' :;r.- cr'i'l'-d nh 1 1.vill z eivt the thai'kcf of Kan-.i: .; }h.. :admitted a t-* a M..t.it: h.lll I.ere to th elan-war ; to raise and Mipptut l :. .nnitIt; .
tn-t-.t <-legated: bv,: ti. !-tate? to the fit; iietul uovclinai lit, aired eylc.i .
\aly! of ti! Mivl? ippi and il..-Juif b-i-n V.'l.rt th>-ire Jz-! it! U -r.L. 'ci\ed into the I'nion with or wlth>>ii! -l hilt -ry, atltir .. pi\ivid" and ii'aintaiii;,: a Xa\y, nnd to call forth the .
r.ujr.bor of i.KichautMlisin- tin! ltb'; >rei--j this -11. { fcnThcTaKipa 1 but that the idinai.ee of 17>7, was 1 iiin, I btiigI eoii-t'tuiion may }a.t.t1.I eat the time of their militia I to V4'Jet I i lIVa-iai1. Th'i-endowed ir. an ampi. I ----

-. f: treat tusu. s will mploy, and wlsiit Mealtli! iitj.oald Hull IZoad.Ve I the eel of f t.c-i\! -.-r l Mate-prim-: I tin.dopti. n: iidini-Mon. A diffeitnt opinion haaritiiin: ro- .- manner with the wiir-makin.rM| >wrr. the.'orrepondinir *- j' ii Bua tilL ( sr-Tim r. Mta ?'aovw.-\

1 ti.rointo your lai Tli'- p.i.pl..f \o-ir \t ... .- -! .- !.1': :.!" imei1 ttiat p.irt v.tretj.- I! of the I'tderal 'oii-itt'.tion.! 1 fsrd tuth"I time; win n I the people of aTeiiitoryh..l slimly i required that I the UniteiLStale* i j York, Mardi 3.-Ir.ee.iinms were commenced today -

highly f.ored *-*ate Mi.'uld 1 h.-n.I their w h jle < n..rcicsto p.ctcd \Va-i.iI3g.'t..:i i:1z.i.out: the} l -t ii-t.: tn iiitlatc /-- A neenlid tii-jiateh states t th.ii Judges MeLe.m andCi.rti ; ie< jala- 11.1-; th'iniheThi* I is happily -hall i protect' eai-h! of t them (t the Mi'te-) agnin-t I invaion. before the surrogate C' .irt in time niatt r of Dr.Btmrddl's ,
the at c(ij'plKhin of' of im- a niattt of I but little I practical inmpaa'ta; moo, and!II (- How-5-it pox-ibk'to afTord thi* protection i* ;
m will; The
joirv.t Kev. Mr. Marvine identi-
1' -r the .-.n-lruftioii of that! of lin.of .- ha\f alt Ii v.rel /.j'iuon- -liJiiinin:.. the i fully
our > eon-; I li.-ide.s il i- !
I.irt whieh ,
f proveir.< lit?. / it n prior J't'y that! -hot.M t.-ri-; -, | a j'! lieialfjiie-tion, legititini:ile-Iy California! and our Paclfi.po-- -sinii*, evot-pt by i
4 till <-tl.tr a5tlieTlii : -." !IJiiil.'ti.id! < :\idi:2: from the ]>oint < f divirsicn L tutionality of I tinMisouri ( .aim.j j ion 5e.AVretk I b. lon-r- !' the Suj'ivm*' I t'ourt of t the (United! States',, mean of a military road thiouich the tei-ritory ff I j tied Dr. Curdell a* the pcr-uu'.vii'i-n he marrifiiI

; to Cedar. JTey, to (Oe-.la aiid Tai.iju.: W.-fine-relv 1 II b. f.u-e. whom il i i-* now pending, and will, it iun- the U nit el Mates, o\er w hit h limelt and munition* I j jof to Mr*. Cunningham.

fellow-eitiicnr of Ilori-Lj, 5 the l.mgu..g of.an !' h <- the ir.ort .-.1jfll4tmrV me.t fur iuh ol'llie ( haifa Jic.O-1ec. ih r-t i>od, be fp.J diJy: ::nd finally:; -ttled.. To tl.eiri war nviv be f-poedilv! t tran-porttd from the AtI I -- -
.r., intellijront jr.ini Who can doubt it-> truth orMnctrity : tp arrai.gt ? anii.jjiorlaiit i!j. tlfoi-ii'ii, common; wi'h! nl ii! truod citizen*. 1 shall I Ia I !i lat.t'c! Stat'eto niri-t ai.d: m-i-Imi-I I the invnder? In I' Froac

? Lg'JiL4. alnitt'jtrccily milar! to cv.-ht liny bo rpeedily e''iic-i;>'iniiittd.W I B\; I the I I' rI:1'- ne\-, n mia itmna-eti t the total h>ssof heerf.!!yubi'iit.. vhimt.'ve r t his Iil.-'y I be ; t though i eia'f a war with a nax.il power much -trongor Tampa J'tniatulfr, 28/A W

.'his wa' ufc d blh! < leading journal of ih rx tth- > do not know! etilainly( but fii'-pf-tt the pnrli thi* t'i.e; thip am ii the < oas-t of Ireland. (' it h. < l'i en i.iy 5itliviiiaj: oj ii-jun that urdir the than our own, weho.ild then ha\e it> cither available L. TEST INDIAN M'.WS t t

: vIcn > -; are th Kii n-h ( .Ii.1.nIiy who have reitntlv The ( Iizttta'.a.' ..' l.t.i., I 'aj t. I'axfon, wicneytar i \ bi-ji-ka-Kai.-u: Ac'l. the appropriate ptiiodvillbe ;accett> tho I'acinc emi-t. btvaii-e Michn nower Ciijit. Clarke, Co. A., 4th Art'y. arrived at this
:4m i"i, cinincntirz on Mr. Cabell's abbijiort whi n the numl tr of HI-fial: i.-ia1ai.t-, hi t'i"' Ter- would! in-tant !lv tln--e th" (!
built route orothe I-tli place on the 2Hh inst and that
: bought out the I Honduras Aniiiiinn (Company. It old. I in Maine, I 111.1 I I toii xahittl mat sTi'.O'xi 1 TucMlay reported ,
It Li4 winUr, v.hi< I. able tritiei-m we ir.teid l tranferring ritory s'iill! ju-ti'y the foini.itii ut.a C Cop-tStntion. niof Centrnl Air.eriea. It 'i 5- iipposililc to con- [ while on his from Manatee tu tLis i *
placTiied.iy *
has lon -inee bin .! that :.i.d! bt-ltriged to MtirJim.. II. Wiidtr way ,
eoix.-- ai air-line I I Kail-: and olhtrain
to column but unf \\itha\iew to it 8lm. i.;>i iis-a Stat! hmt.a the otive that whilst Cun-titutinn? has
; our >rtunaf ly i:<:-LM it. expn -ly n j morning, the J4th in.st., he landed on ice
Tlu-rejire two priixipth) <- pradiol] ilJii-tra- road lacimig the I''iiij'-ui.i from the d'et.r i.i line to I >:ivannah.: Slu ws.ladt n with) :;m i'iio.u p .k-ofr.ilt Union lint; 1-e this mm-| jt many, it i* the iiup'-nitivo j jj I quired Contjrito defend nil the State, -hou'.d Islund near the mouth of the Little Manatee River

1 th'ialcr.. of in t mti1it iiinl in-urid! in Xt i mm mat 5ndi-jien-al! lo duty! of *. !he; ( "o\erniRcnt of the di to thoni fair cons-truetion the
t'.oa f xihWi! in ur Iii'iibl- 'lat.Mpa Hay, inu-t ctn'titnte an iiidH- : v. YmK. !io-toii ai.d j j'tt ny by any only j je and discovered several tires, and the tracks f ji1.'r.-z.t, inii-t jM-n'--.blf link iri that r-tupeiidoua t h.in of ihiinjiihf.ire. Piovidenec. United State* to <-rurc tn i very re-ident inhabitant ? .! r.uan bv whieh one of tho-o State can be I sidrraMe number of men, together with those of

eOTirtiiutc th* f/umliJion .4 the -u.t'.i p.-o-jri vnnd Thiiiieees-itynii ; the jj-ea' and! indt pei.deiit xpre-simi tif his defended. lie-Mile*, the go\eminent ever -inc-e its ?e\eral women lit! children. Fee ling confident that
prn reF'!, and tl.<"-y ai- : ;:.t' rj jiiijii-nfui'i.'t* 3 llLcreeentdonnlioiiofjiubliei opinion by hioti; >. Thi51rcd: riicl.t of each intliidal | origin, ltits been in the lon-tnnt practice ofeon truej j a large body of Iflpant were cncpmped in the immediate

.. aZ..] r.jiular education. It i* MT esirncft de-are to lauds by (Vnjrres to *prd and uaranttt-; the eoi- lleeeptioii of Or. Kunes' lCemzmaInM. : mils} 1 bepre j er\ed. T.i-bHngaeconijiHhod! 1 : I ling military road*. It might ai- ) be wi>o to eont : > icinity, and! that his force wa inadequate

it the n.iu.Kof I ftnic-ti'iii of isii our i.n.1.! v.ill uouhtk-] .ojic-rnte? Lot-I-.VUM:, Martli 7.--On time mUELVI1 of time r&.- nothing can 1.fairer than: to leaxe the pleople u"aTei t Mder hcther the love of the Union which now an- to c.iptun them he immediately started for this
S izJi1r.4] upon people <>f Umida L a Minulu< to eJfetf an immediate ]ir.ictiei] com- iiitiins of l>r. Kane in this city fiom Xew (Orh-an- '' -ritory I fioe from :;I II I foiei n i ii.lerfen nee, t to tie- I ''mates our fellow ritienon tho Pacific r >as>t, may i place, wh'uh he reached ia the evening of eaiuolav.
that to thtoon trueilon of railrxdni.d oth r v. m k n eide their own di stiny for thini-eht.s, Hibjei t only not b<- impair.d by our neglett or rofiisnl to ; .
I ,
i.iiio -n (.1 tl'-it. i"itio:: tif t the road t I Iti whith t there wa* a nio't iuipo-iii-j ion to reeiixonsidhono pro-
j weA ee?
( .diVC tothe general good lluyhave < *. .irythir.g lo the I Constitution of the I United S-tati '. ThewholoTiiTityiri.il > \idc for tliem! in their rcnif'to and isolated condition, j !1-: order of Col. Monroe, two detachments of 2 f"
r I m ; I the i-alle. The J rHet: >ll etirdin-fed i I t a' I'iiiaiis ''- being titus ett lc-1 lie the onlv 1 bv |
to Miuatr, liu-m, -\ \thii.g toin.J.u: : '. :! ijue-tioii upon I r.rimm- ; IfllO itS whieh I tho power of IheState- Inca each from Capt W. H. Kcndrkk'aand Carter*
and l -4:;- -z1a1tI -'---- I thi ouijli I the city, and they Parted: far ncinnriti L- t ijde I of pop'il-ir; roxereignty----a principle ;a* nneiuit L thi- silt cat the Kooky Monutain* ran reach thf-m in ComjNinies M. W. tarlrd fur the doignatod(
"in.eht jir.'ictie Our cil 5 i- point
i !:'-: r .
I uiroate to ILiltimore jaI 1 : as free goveri.itirnt it-elf \e.-\tliing I of :i praciical I llf it>iellt time to j.rotoct them ngair.st invn-ion.! I About
ii ) iaihaaltIplmi.a. morning. 50 men, n'gu
: |jodactive. From mature in that re-j 1, i: c -ei.:=, > tn: .ly iinh i.eholly tra eoy on-mud 1 in Wa-h- ; nature ha; I hee'i deeidid, and no other pii-'iion remain forbtar for the pre-cut from e\ires-ing{ an opinion Jar and volunteers, ttartctl for the same point by

_b for tbc! production of cotton, v.e could] c-k r.o jinre.It I I.rt.A: < sly on I the piorninc of thf fh i1t.I A Mr.i for ndjiiMinfnt, l.ecaure a'l :igrtot t that ttdai r ;i nto the V15C.t i and! mo-t oconoinieal iiic>'le in which i water, on sflinc day. It i It .fd that the Indiais -

18 i* that iii\bluable soil, too, which :i'l'.nc! protlnc*:.* i I Hume of Alexandria, wa"jhot I by Mr. Leo, CKrk inj Tlie NeCabinet.. I the Con-titiiiio'i; i-Iavrv in the states j i- I. ':': il the I tl-v. o\i.niment can lend it-aid in accomplishing i may thus be fr rvudvu tunpo ftl"* pj-titlly. .

that t-taple pn'duet upon whieh the f:1iric of I il..' j the l4n I',n Oilier, .nnd diid in a few iii.ir.it< .=. Tho TIu-; Sena'c con\iied in E.\ee-iti\e sess-ion. hiieontlniK'J reach of any h-Mi-aa J'VVfcr: fxofpi that of''the resI i I timi; great and ncc fs e that mummimy i i tured. ""*"

1 Pn-rident .. "I'-ctiV ,' -atts theme\es] ; | wherein it exists. May! difficulties in theway which now forndda
Buehanan'ahi t appear p. .
world niui-t depend for fhtrir b > I j we not then Lope that the Jt>ntr notation on thi* j bio, will in a grc 1 it"ilerrcc Aai.-- Oifl as thi i lmitrt. ;? |typean
to .ro.ice it to make it I ftc iiiii ;inn wallit ront.iiiiii.*; mon at time Pre4 Cabinet. They are a? follows ; it end : rriwit ,rnrn Capt. uLi:1: : .. wjl commanded the expedition
nongh | ; j.rogl:. al ia y ; Mtlijecl iipj-ioaehing: (* mind that the geogmplii n rc-st ami best route shall have been *atif.ictoriyi <>

the ditfust of wealth aiii'.ng n*, we ma-l j roidc'jieilities j t'f-ntV b-ve, he over nijcht. limn*** with a frieisde.illed Gen. ( .! Secretary oftf-{ i part-c- to w\li!: it i.,* ;''vcu blrt':. o nuc ni-'Ccrtainod. ;1 has 1- j received by cal H: Slonroe, to lie

of fir.nrit to market, rnd f th'-e the juo-L I -it the IVirii.n Oliiee and di-imni in
of time ehaijrc, wi"ch! I,'-e rffued. A diiTicnlty't j (!ov. Floytl, Secretary (,War, i bcconi''eCtinctV Moet happy will' it Ic for tIm > j make -onio bri 'f ror>arks a* to our right and duI *sipis nmde by Capt. CUrkc.
eoi\enienl and
int Li the
TueHlay and trail
l j Jaei b Thompson, of Mi*.. Sea !i.ttj-i..r country public mind fhall be diveiled I i tit-* a-a member of the great family of nation?, Tn
't < n Ue whieh, it-suited in the death of Hume. It L j L J was found; which would warrant !t is likely
the most coonumieal, is the railroad. With thi j | from this! question! to others of more prcc.5ng mid I our intercourse with them thorc pursuit,
ceras-ioncd Toucey, of (Conn., See. Navy, are s mc plain I ; the Indians will mt be oreiEa lied.
j prrc.it excifemrnt both in Washington practical ii Tliront-hont tho
hMi1felt conviction as lo the) ftspeilor utility of 4 'portanoe. progress of jirinciplei* niiproicJ by our own e.porirnce frt> !
ratrttde! shall
j tref-irg i i-* th? certainty now, that he was innocent, Judge Black, of Pa., Attorney General. for more than twenty years, whi .t it has '' -. <'oiiIflICFl'c and fricucl.ship, with all na- to scout on their way homeward. C'apLClark's
ndvocatt* ff their detachment will continue
ei.nJruction whenever been scouting till (lilY
jirodiictive of :
no positive gooil to human tions and thi b '
any f ; not the best
as Mr. Lce'b I'tuket 1Qkv113 Mil found merely as means of
; seeded ihrongliont thet'tf.le. ''We desire and I wjucntly being, it Juts boeii the Prolific n.'iirce of gnat e> il* j ju-i'inoting our owanftticMiarinterest but in reach- Camp Siuc&el.

'xi'eqt to we W.-rt, 5dde! lvi--t and South Florida J by a Mr. Dvdge in hi junket and rr-turueJ to tl.e Kansas Aflalrw.Si. to the master, to t the rive: and to I the whole conn- ;, of Chritim Icju-volenee towaie1. fehlaav-nmcn, a where-spirit This expedition although cot crowned with time

traversed by a"n immt-n line cT railroad owner timothy after the murder.: Mr. Ix-ewasir.i- j I jut-, Maivh (5.-Tlie citizen* of Westport, (, try ; it has alieiiuted and! estranged the people o f ever their lot may be cn-t. Our dijloimcy (should success we anticipated, was conducted in a manner
interlinking which
mediately discharged from the PeiiMon Oflke 1'ytli! Missouri town bordtring on Kansas) have: h. Id aa the hiter States, from each other, and has even ?eeiotisly i I e direct nnfrank\ ,-luithei cckingtoobtain more wen res public commendation prompt
the heart interests ajnd dcatinic, | and energetic action which characterized if deserved -
of all
the ,
porlioi.* enilangred existence of the I'nion
} g.-'iitkmen ha\e large famiiie ineetihg, at which they revived to rcM-t all efforts very > nor accepting less than ii our duo. "We ought to
of our people, rendering their Stale great in her to renew the foimer troubles in Kniim ) nor hns the danger j'ct entirely ceased. Under our j cherish a s-icred regard for the independence of all a more favorable termination.6m. .
to extend
resource-, great in all the would advance her ; lmi'9)italiIe] to emigrants from every portion in the sound Hi'iise and K)hor judgment of the pcojde. j I concern of any, milethis shall 1m imperatively pursuit of the Indians on the cast side of Lake Oke>

pro.prity and place her sid<> rpjwinted by the President to attend tho of the ,'ninn-and to allow the iiws of Kansas flume is n great corrective. The political sub j I required by the great law of self-preser\ution. To i Cliobee*. ft !ii supposed that important result i"j

l>y side with the foremost of her enterprising .iscr annual < xaiinjtion of the Military Academy, June and Missouri to punish all offenders. Jets w/iich but a few years ago excited and exasper- j I avoid entangling alliance's has been a maxim of our t ti [ flo V from this movement That Indians arc in that

There i IB something noble in the thought of f bringing 1st, 18. 7IToii. --- ii m mGoicrnor | iitod the piiblie mind, have pa nod away, anti are i jvilicy ever since the days of "Washington, and its j I fccctinn of connty L. an undoubted fact-

about a ef'inmunity of association of iutcrc t Snmne] II. liluke, iL-iine ; Col. Bcnj
between th niffcreut Bections of the Slate. We Butler, MfusjKhuaeUs ; Hon. Henry C. Deming, Connecticut March 3.-Tli Democratic State Con mere political queftion greater, bccane importance should the any ; we ought! to do justice in kindly spirit toallna- i week discharged from wrvice.! sby ordyr efG. ?

fire now fplit up 1-y sectional jealousies in A manner: Conrad bhimer; Gen., JT. H. Ehlerkin Prof., New York ; Mar-Gen. \cntion of Peni lvunin, which met here yesterday--I j I lion continue, it[may eventually endanger the ngita-per (\,; i li? iVnasylvania ; Campbell Indiana tho banks the Kisskumo riter
tEAt is painful la behold. W! pee no way to re fit, Maryland ; Col. 1% L. Kennedy, North Carolina organized by tlectlng Phillip Johnston presidentand | fiiinnl rofety of a large portion of our countrymen-I their dominions with the sword, we have never J on "

: : move it except by making th parties better acjjaainted ; CoL John A. Strother, Georgia ; George W. proceeded lo make a choice of a gubernatorial 1 I of where the institution however exists. Tn that event, no'form i '! acnuirrd any Territwrj- except by fair purchae, or, 1 1in | t Wfrar inforaea by .Jifflci Green;E l..tU

: honk, Esq., Ohio CoL L. O. De LouIsiana candidate. Gen. Wm govemmont, admirable in itself, howcv- lfl the eatso of Texas, by the voluntary determination the FU Green settlement in ogaljiwltkout: proteetfoB.
d with each other and for the accomplish! ; Hussy, ; F. Packer having the 24th er productive of material benefits
Dr. lward II. | can compensate m of a brae, kindred, and independent to | Thcw iettlew being more ejpa* R. people I
, ment of that there is nothing proposed, exeej.t to F.VJ., Alabama, Ilcv.Bayan J., Phclph Mississippi*, Iowa; ; Prof.Daniel IJ. Lindsay,, ballot, received a majority of all the votes catt, was ; for the baa of peace and domestic security around blond their de-tinl* with our own Even our acquisitions '. which protection been allowed,bare U' otet-

. bring list, West, North and South; within the I5riian Reed l, Wisconsin ; Major Win. IL Chase, Florida. declared duly nominated. He received 68 votes to the family altar. Let every Union-loving war frm Mexico form no exception. Unwil! looked in the'disposition of th* troop and< frel l WB"ridcrably

:. grasp of a magnificent system of internal iniprovcjacntx -4-- ; 51 for Hon. Win. II. Witte, and 14 for Judge Black agitatiwn therefore exert which his since best the Influence to suppress this ling to take advantage of the fortune of war against' aggrived thereat.

, THE' CASK OK KICHIED{ Gn.\\ts. The Lci ktureof The nomination received with recent legislation of Con a sIster Itopublie, we purchased thec possessions S**
such as 1t defineduj on our statute m mflf was much applause, gi-ess, in withont any legitimate object. It; is an; under the of for I EJT Jumt before going to presf-11 o'eltxl.f

books. Jt Is this alouc! that! will! unite nil sections the State of Mississippi refuse to restore the right and a resolution was adopted making the cominatiou | evil of the times, that men have undertaken, to calculutc !- at treaty the time a peace fair equivalent.a bum which Our waa considered 1- nrcNy morninc. letter -ora* received l7 & cliii-vr

: citizenship (u the absconding defaulter in Canada unanimous. | the mere matcrinl value of the Union. Estimates past hisj j of this place from nn authentic aciireei i dated FiJ -
4 ai Veil forbids that
.ai> laak&Hft a State ejiupiiUiy AS jx litic&l ,, have been entcd of tory we shall in the future acquire ter- f Mead, Feb. 25, 51." which Hates that s d Ucbm t
aMociatlon, DisuuJted as we are in Eicliard Grovco. The Governor transmitted the prc the pecuniary profits ritory unless this be sanctioned by the laws of justice of Durnan tLU wee*
fiyrupathyjtai and local which Capt. Company, one day
applicalion of Graves to the with It b said thtit many prayer books nre now sold in would result U dJflVrcnt and honor. Acting on thi principle no nation deer
; : 4AiIeT&.tp .foiiU'ollciI by a rbic-nothing legislature, favo States and sections from Us dissolution and of will have came on an Indian camp ; tic jerrral I5jn7

; rKli2y d weJsv &tn hriofcirintafly cf our: rable alut.Ii'Ui! >, but it was rejected. London with a looking glass, inserted in the inner the comparative injuries which suchnn eveat; would of a right interfere or complain, if in the about 10 bushels ofcor-u.egt! hog, and s ue
progress event*, u shall Uill further '
e extend
.,, ride of the cover, in order that ladies may arrange inflict on other States and! sections. Even descen ourposeeeions. I- quaw, were found ctfthe'grctmd.Tlio .
i abaudoit Ihe State* to ro within tl Hitherto, ia all the
.'* | c Jcmtns Buchanan is the llftecath PrcsWinf t.f \\\? tbtir: hair, or admire tlieimeh M while ujinjr: the j ding to this low and narrow \icwofthc mijrhtyf under our acquisitions letter i is vrry indefinite, ,TbewT2timamirpwic.tl
) or.1.-of other ; people? the pr.iteotion of ,th<- American llag '
t.titi, where ,
Tnited State- lonk qua-t van, rulcuUtir4isi af't fat tilt. ThV
. 4j ut church i i tire ha\e enjojcd dtil rnd rtligiou lilertT! nd wcS a* '(pin v, > -. *r* >*af *

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bIb0P arf i-An Awful Scene.crrrospor.ilTJt prepared by rk-ailn? Eros. arta eeribln cure. GREAT fflDtJCEMENTSOFFKKEl Sea Island CottonSeed.

The Furls of the Lcudo Times I 1ST rnrcnasen will b*> e,r M to anfc fa DJ. M'LANE' ) TO 1 f\A: BUSH CLS of fine LnojStagla! Cotton eedi 7'o a weJvr the Clip uf 'faure./or
thifril day -
.. CELEESATKD VERKirrot. monvrartnredbyi. : (ht fil mar eommtneing-* of E.VBAflNARD Jr. .
i.zcq t/V7 from Edisto Wand, Scnth Carolina. -
1a ore. AmtOttJ and ,
: a II.t2.rici3.o.
uv BO5. ifroviand right
OfJYfiirg1i, AM I in me
given on Tl.tirvlay, for the cxern- f-therTc ifbge. ia eompariPr. For sale hy O. & J. 31 EG I INNISS.March tyer
Orler xrere FrlSaHie or. ir onIis. MJt' gnne; Vcrmiinge, iFo '"THE U.NDEUSK.'XED i iL ii now re.4dng 1' niui1 7/57. li41TallahaSseeSasli Jiffy-free*. witt6RU6 ronDVZ: Tift
t4ke plae on 30th": ; "r.nQ i n thvt
tion 10 hi eelebrated Layer 1 iK ,- Ktk nf which will l IK hirge mid rd in1 f &' fqteJnt a,,d
oVVvk. the criiulnjl his- ; nw fo had Bt ?? repoeiue SjwiiKjHd* c UCrrON 1. C' it i> >V MFDI&INE BU.S.fNE33
j st t4 csp.tU-d I &
tnorIinZ-jilt .the scfiff U. Urag slam. -Vt 9r ;>v ;ttozf tllf iM a, "RPlel'. tt hihi 1* .1'4'II hi iwi.t t-i fll I. hi Common Cfitcil uf t'r eitif T.ll lairr..
on i-id in UVral distuuiits and Blind 1 tli ;; A t TC (lL SYA ar
order of the court for carrying oul i1jtnee sen- FLEMING Er.03. punctual vustoim-rs. all instaiicrd Tlmt the 1st "cth ii of iIuuv.iitie :u-t yenr
The inii'e' AT CASH. 1) C. W1L"N.Mztrth Lie and the is cmr.tlncil in full. force n* /
V8 receive : the }.ris>u uf La JJoqurtte rtidDigM or QEL-. 1845. Kime _ _
the TALLAHASSEE 14. :7. HTIIE 1 part of this Ordinitnee.Stc. .
Th: furer wus cs--<-\itc.: or Litnx.lf. 2EABKBT.COTTON .
nirtrr.in ; r jj.; undersigned adopts'this: method infomrnj! 2. Re itfurthrr ordnined. That I Ihwe luill U TIII MoF.T.iP.,
: tLvHafibld
ochH-l: this! was; :lready -JA-,,, H n. IXT-Tae
ulei of this week, ,- LATEST SPRING A.\D SUMMERSTYLES the public, that he hasrecommenced the above levied and ci'llccled the follow ing taxes for the C.eal
fLAed: in front fft\K\ prison. In ppir-Tif tJo Hlemvmbich ThnufltiTig t533: I.1oii. F.H .
? tw rttlwip| V
pri.e nf ft bu i tlr- of and uld he of lSr 6 :
; >
e. in city Tallahassee w the lt day April,
hnJ ben ol's.rted, as 10 the uay oscxect.tlic .- lll.M0: at 10= : t: at 1 j -, .year C.nfl1eU"tlt '. rner of 1lfIfl; lJ.l Monroe a10: .. TMII.b.e..huuiry .
4 : 'lal
fc : at ls uu mid
early Jnr *t vJnVh ibe i -} i ra"i ; pli'ed to receive list patromge: of his friends. Ship ]. Up.in all mereliantsendinij g.Hns! warr
tion ,-.t tl Kail: Hond AY. BO WEN', IIIIIH TJ, II&
1mTi-t t-rflvtI I.It'i.nAt l/-prt. I. merelwmlize. a tar of thirtv-five cenU on every
TIlh. an .
'I-4'rt at 13 t 2oHKIi ceri5..irkt1 ilarch in trade the fir-t
three o-Jj 7. 57. 10 tired dollars in value of the stock on
t'1 ay nc o v < vhi..i dt.u. Co-Parlnersliip Hotter. ;.
w'r rri1: 1&r 7 D. C. WILSON'S.'HIM day of April next, ns near a the same can Hi nTr- '
umbr : .V, t.OLK-. c.'P'n RrZrrR. this djiv-euterpdMotb
irniierened; hare nco-
lotk iJt'; PIac' d *a J5tMitTe BicJ }hc strv taj; : Ploughs Hoes &c. rIllIE
cre cZCUL.1VtJ.! TJsvl i>lo of j '*< rr-U vYerff 2-Upon nil venders of goods ware* and meH>nnlizc 1.. partnership n tieWHOLESALE

jnIn T itf d 'n M stte >f f ni-* ltflsoi SWp) !lrui5. : U.\DEUSlGNEI > ut hoW rcceiviu a Inre Just Kfffirfd from .VJSTV YOKA" : (tlier than Itinerant traders.) who shall et>mnieme : &. RETAILDxLtrG

-t1it'fl l : the lr v. .rt m. j !. |i. : L :md varinl st 'ck (It Sl'Kl.VU Ht.d SUMMEU No. CO kg hi'int'st after. the ffr-t day i>f April next, a tax : : -

ntk kM1zhekur iwctn* 3 about M haX xui* .< :tij :i GOODS, 1 i. tl.e prctii'ii Elf>f which he i i\ite the 2i\ 15 No.ploll 50 ofrhiilv.five cent on every JinMlrod dollar in value .
under the and of
CoSj.itioii, and n.anif-M-d ii.tcu- P)1TOFSTMr I'ubhc generally : of fheir stock in trade to be estimated and! name tyle
20 I 10 and 11
ploughs, _
etv to tiii! ro"u't' "f JISL "PI143"A ni-rht! AIflIVr1. CON>I>T1N(; IN PAltT uF : 2l>0 plough poiti'B.! forthwith upon their commencing bn,ine *. AMES&LIVELV.TIIE ,

Mme on l lI e Jw sin tr* ntorUin hopes of its Hic i- March 3. Brie MyMi-. Fii.li Now Vort. Chintz. Barege, Orcna Iine. 3 Aliens Straw Cutter :n-Upon nil houseliold furniture, including gold and

f hi- having revnd 10. bchr. J. 1-. HuojMT. itfialt.CLKAKKD silver plate and musical instruments, and upon all
from the TaJ > ny IK w e of t Mol.ile. and Organdie Flounetsd Robes Brades and Planter* steul IToe?. Trill be plened to sea their friend

,, tjjn2wltMit ti-n <''chw-k] lwa&il thoe \\ hoattC1)CJ Solid Colored nnd Figured Baieyes, Grubbing 1IIet4and Tobacco tc. I watches, n tax of thirty-five cent* on every hundred and at the old stand of D.II Anxw.

1th ]i3i in I.isll, lni\r nuiny oaivs were Marf-liO. F.nrV K. IT.! OaiiiM... IW.-II. N.'w York with Silk Tissuearid Cip' de Paris dollar in value thereof. patrons
'U lal-. eou..u, 2 rnx Urtwrr.) .. SO bhl.v ? ; -ILLhO- 4 all unimproved town l l.1s. a where they will keep a full and general
aUi1V r-ued : oon\i ls.ftor the rij j jftion offlit'irapf ijale,. 4in. lii lnhiJtN 1 I'M. Mlh. uriH.-nin| C Chintz Brilliant.', ; -Upon improved or
wax. a.sortmentofArticlee epprtsininztotli.ir
fa 'e'satioiv. Thi* quostii n lo rej>i-at- ill. 4tIr.Vil.i) rurtHin. o'lj nrj-. New Orlrans, with n Pnntfd Lawn*, fr' m 1f> l In 7. clFrench. : A supply' of P.'irninnr Fluid.F. tax of thirty-five cents on) every hundred dollars value D. H. AMES.V .

the hour v aXttl later. Of the court ho at Lift l-ni-o jam.221 M.ln. hps. tun --ntine-Hy l.l.ls. r.win. .Scotch, and Amer'n. Gingham*, rH.I le by O. .t J, MEClNN1S.31i11(4I thtreof. V ne 0 busiis

irar. to ; but hcstilllunr lin.loi.n.2 I I. Jlnjr UeraM. Xet ne. Chnrleilon.! with bal.-s! S.-B L'- Fieneh. Lnglifh. uud Amei'n. Piiuts, 7. '37. J06tNotice it-Upon} all Hares owned or employed in the city, LIVELY.V

)rDici"ii'lyla :''l<' ''U<1K f'lt n'* t fi-ty would c im<- tii-rcjinndi/-_.: Iih.! t-jruj.. 1 do.eiifioii ham 1 t.i., i | .x Bl.-iek Poult de Loire, (to bV paid by the owner or owners thereof) n tax January 1,1 8SS. I

from the "En'peror. juid that tJie tnplt l sentenetv.uiiil : il St.tnerTiiuija. McKay. Ufif.r Tampa Raj on the I Jl.ick Cro de rhine, V of tliitty five cents on every hundred dollars value -

li c"iiiniuted t
hlii-tif ij his j-aUt. but for MIDIV time he IX VOr.T Alpaca's and Bombax ues. r undpr t!;ncd warns all persons against tradiuzf' C-Upon all pleasure carriage and upon all Horses .

found little rM\ HiasriUition was ctrin', llrtfr MjsJii-. I'i>h, selir. .T. p. HOOT,, -. -. I >r a certain promis .iry note, yiven by him ttClcmtn I and males kept in the city, a tax of thirty-five DBAZ.BBS IX 4

.@n4bi* .lun.W'rs v. ro rtxcri1till! ; twoo'cloikhcn LINENS. nrtl grown. of Columbus, Ga., for"the sum I cents on every hundred dollars value thereof.
--- ----
%- nature linp: 'Ci.hau.-tcu, lie fell into at prof.cnd ('ARD. Fro.tiiij{ and Shirtii.: Linens, of seventy dollars thv date of said note not nrollected. 7 Upon sill Auction Sales, atix-ofono. half per DRUGS, F1tN? V

; deep, vhicb WHS nut broke n by the uuiinau '. t.. ::?'-Titi; siilsjrjher IH-JTS loa\c t. jnf..r11 the oilij :- | Pillow Case and Shectint Linen?, as I am determined. not to pay it in con'equeneeof I cen'. upon the Ejros amount of sae.

l'.v uio workmen pr'-fKirin the N-ufFolJ. ItHtllJ : ':f'- T'rn* "f Tr.llaha-v and t trinity that! IIP intends Fancy Slit tin Linens, f.nlure of coir selling. exchange MEDICINES OILS

.- :,<,- half past xnvn VI.Kvk, whn the Iir vt". 10-2w drawn upon arty j>luee beyond the linnts of ,

t4 the prison the inj'i-es1r p.-nfral, thr piiurtuni'will I Spring and Summer Mantillas S this State, a tax of one i-irt upon every hundred dolInrs | 'ITT'OULD infirm( tteir frfewls and the pullicih

: ,-& aii-1 -chaplain ( Al'1H I I C"ii) came t. n\\; j4.ai.e li-me th-r! : liain.at thit office. I>iu- notice will bo Notice S j in anwnnt so Iwuight. and every hundred dollars T V they have on hand a good Assortment ofinc

,l :d : thr! Lrril-le itew-thn! hi* fh en of the time v lien (he School will l 1..- 'p'wd.4iir(1. OF KVMIY nn. CKIITIOX.Bonnets O IX weeks after date the tindmiiriWl will m amount so sold, for and during the year next pre- : articles ns are generally kept in their line of bosjne V

'. W'Y :.:id that l.o iut i 14. 1-C 7. apply ce.Iing the date at which the assessment of such lax fresh Tn
: : .r j'i.- > 7> B. 'T..YTflN. !I to the Hon. Jiid;e of Probate Gadsden county S shall be mIllie.V and wiTl be rccei'ting regularly supplies. uterniH

-I f.. httcr.* of adinittistnition! the j shall) be reasonable.
r estate of Win. _
L.r un ;. rt--l. t!. officr r ujMtii '.' U-on| all Agencies of Insurance Companies, a > V
t : A
'I 4" *Cn 'onic (4e1I LARGE ASSORTMENT OfENfJLIH Tallahassee April 9tli 1S5S- 14.
dillon ,
at Alligator 1r14riIIa. Thomas JlcElvev late of said cout.tv, deceased.L. .
.. tax of twr the amount of all!
:. .ii ; I i -t. ftt'tt' jicr upon gross commissions j
li 1i i :"t: Hi'iJtror had /.vr;,,. ,, ., received for and during the year next prccc- I HUGH A. CORLEV
p. tqu1y y..W- Gr. ,1 L> !p r.fj-'far;.;.,. Th.it tin-i STRAW BONNETS Match: 7, T>7. 10-Cw ,
the date of
iwt; ro furth- hope rcze.l r.n'i \ui.t.! \\ din:* ni.-t'ssnwiit. i
,!211: r .tj.i ;ljd11of <':i -li subordinate I Jiz.- ii \ --
.aI. :1; : P- l lt-'i Linj v.aut'lusl < 141 for Itj.; ji1i.t; t4P!!. I. 13tI Ve it quiit'd t I... TRIMMED: LACE AND STRAW BONNETSALO 10-Upon -dl White Male Itiluibitant: Wtwcen the j j.irjes Attorney at law V V
Insolvent Estate Notice of and Poll tax of ,
sixty a one
Th M.IU ral.xd1J Liicif &n Li- }.r".-Ti1 in juT.-oii, ai Aili utor, en I Ii.' r..urtii :'Tt'ii'ay | A I.ARC.r. t SOUTMENT ('f twenty-out- years

h .J iurn>M* of iid<,]>thiz a I IVnifrii 9 French! JiWklS, Artiiicials, te.. &c tc. -STATE OF FLORIDA. ) dollar._ !1 1cf' T.vT.L.\iiASSEr, FI.A. *

it l"i* bvurUJ'-n-tJ. :i> if h b: !:t\Vke fioip.I4 i: -yt: <- i <.f Work hi tl.i-juri-.iiotio. j jPv JEFFEilSOr-* COUNTY.7ilH.ANDIIF.WS. )' :11 i Upon all Fro Colored Mal<' between the nges January 17, 1S57. 3-ly V

wiMf "rtun.'L -i) 1. i-4tkie twenty one mill fifty years :i tax: often dollar
t -r.l.-r.
j Embroideries
ziJL.1 \ \ sheri.T and! adnmlstratori 12-C'p'WJ all Tree C.4< *eu Fvir.aUs, Iwtwrtu the
14 iv- :: JNb. P. TAYI.OL':. i ofiieio, of the ol.ite of DaviJ Woolf. lute of Dr. BElesE flash
Ilicb Valencine. Maltese of and of five dollai
ns.'r h:11y 44'I1)1t,1 arid Hc-uathon sets of a ires twentv. one fifty .\ears.a lax ,
'nurd X. i
; ( (/ far if. I JctTer.-on county, deceased, ha* filed in the Probate
.. LC erit- I ".'i.i' ia:1: 1it' 'iitflait :March: I I3f" Collar? nnd unrtcr S1eves.Jiil.l. ?. ;
L1. : -' In. I 17. office of Jefferson -written that Of FEUS I1IS PfcOFSSSlOXAL SEattCXS TO TBK ClTUJUfl OTALLAIIA9SEE / 5
J: i.iousliTi Collar ftor.i county F.flZ'KtJ 13: Slave exhibited for sale
r.i ] :: dr. it was two : IMitoi.- tin 'tittt' will jil.-a-c -jive insortior. ? 12i cts. to i SOU, L"p"ti every publicly A5DSfttROUXDIXOCOCSTaT."VBFICE .
01.e he believes the eblnfe cf Da \VcHlfo to behltereuf.oii. insolvent.
ti'ui J"ll 1] wa- ovvr. At he Itcrinurrt Eti&b d. naiu,1in Sleeves. I within the corporate limits of this city, a tax of four
t'I)4 -
trtr.'i i .
notice is sjivt-n to nil pf-rons having dollars.Sur. / with Dr. M. Nash.immediately ea tof tL.
<"5. :Ufl \ it<'JK-i Tti-e h ftry.: I \vj!
h. rl.rttttd.1 "it t i lc th.it Hats claims airmnst said estate to appear and tile ti'e same :3. T t it ftitthrr ordlined, That there .hall be S Post office.
: irrji.il ,
ut uie' my with the Ju'lc of Piobate. of said cotmtv, on or before May 19 1833. 50
levied and collected the License Taxes \
sp.'alai-l jar.:* :! s'vlh ivfi>eJ iii'jKtVil lr! 1 1i Cotton Crop of 1856 A L.I.lf.E AS.-()KT.MiNT OF following :
tho 12th day "f Iec-mlicr next xvhen then: will j -
1 Upon all retailers of vinous
'; Spring and Sunimer be H >ala distributi'in of the fiinds;: b.'lon..itt to
rjtt i 1i. ITKE ff a SILVER TEA. SET will ho L p-o in quantities legs than one quart, a tax ofone hundred !
Fi; ii'' : 1l't ii '
_: awtI.-d for the t&trt'it ts'imate f the Cotton HATS. snid estate: nnu.nt the m-diri-i.* thereof: ntvliic! dollars. i
and console hiiii Lu in !
I ai.l.av.'r, fufr d I" c.iu i > hi he, trikcou ; Ci 'p of 16?. 8' ain Il r I.- n < # prayers: < .
1S.>7. i r- viijd siiflieiciit! if Clothing fin.d dicharg from the a l nrii-tr.iti-in: of yai.l estutr. Ten called ted for hire j ,
v.----1. r.ii-i !< \i-uth i rrt with! h-n- ;i iiiiio-jiit ( m.uiv pan lie j or pin Alleys technically .
: :
4 THOMAS J. CHACK.Jud located in Tallubaaeo offers Lu
raiv-i! fr m ts'imito f.ir the tax d"llai pro
> If ntlnrwise a twenty-five i iC
cui.r; ;4 ts.t \' I.i'-t !a 'v.I I.cfrt tI .ot rt purple.[ A LIE A-SOUTSIE.Nr Ol V
'liz*: dir.or f ilie i'i-i-4'ii the prize will] Con-i-t of either e of Probate.Maieh U'i| every dr.iy or cart, ued for hire, a tax of services to the public. Office opposite
\f jf. TK- > > .11 length *niirfJ Gent fashionable CLOTHING. '
? 7, 57.; 1 lJ( Ont eight dollars. Dr. Barnard's Druj Store.
V < !. < i e n. i l Iit nn li ; Yr T anj
TWELVE SILVER GOBLETS t__Ux| n every two or four horse wag n used for | Dec. 20, 1856/ 5l-6ra V
;;, j 1.ir- i' !>, iii-ur- ! "* Lime For Sale hire: a tax of ten dollar j "
nnst'n1; :.:. >pre 1 t!> iiuij* >r( T! TI.v uiri--
SALVER.D.tii.ree A I.AI1CK A--.OKTUCXT Of .- 5 U|>on every hak or public carriage: used for I Dr. N. G. MCDONALD
1. tk tfl 11 W i113 .4'-- .i' R 1AlaiELS? "ffiesh burnt LIME ojPJ ,
: ".'ii.-.I br FIVE DOLLARS Ladus, tit-iit-1, Voiiths and Child SHOES. itipt'- hire a tax of ei. ht dollar except hacks nnd carriag j
ii.'titp may
; n.t-i s'i"fiJ
1 will: not l-t i will 11-7-- ift L ti.r (quality, f.r sal.l.w for c.i.-h. f.to 1)l$ MOXTICELLO, FLA.
1-e f-rwnr.Jcd: to IIOPKIXS tt MKJIXXIS( <. Tahnha -AJ.SO- #-- belonging to public livery rtable. ,
; ii 1 -
i.t=* V''u Kiaj: !iii T j r 3ne 1i-; .ill, i.t JOHN W. RAYSOR.
I I'flz I- it '1 ::1 tl 't jt ?.:>-''. 1I n>-! a'l csthi ntts n.ust IK i'l hv the .'!I lFt tiavif Servants SIluHS oft-very fjualitv. Twelve miles South! east of Mttutie flo. C Ujwn every r ublic! Livery Stable, a tax of fifty "IT 7 ILL at tend with assiduous care, all cases euT -

it \\t\i\ \ l.t-itd. lian !. m.lf Muich} 1V5T On th- ]l.-tdayof April nvxt. the Feb. dollars. T trusted to him.
iiiS.il.. i 2S, 57.
;nlf! <>ii i-iui.tr <> < ; y
.. ini !"-: "Ii; att-'i: .'te t'> lift him. Tit?jail- t->tUiates v.'iii! 1 in !jiuird J.-a C-'ininittee ofcthreei STAPLE GOODS. 7-LTpon every Hanker and! Pedlar v.n.liztgosh Office adjoining that of CoL Ddworth.!

4 < !Iith ( II. inn.Ik_ INii.'s: Hriis, .1)NO. f Axnru.s ware* and merchandise except f<->r the vending of j March 22. IS..C.: 12-ly
'rr. v i ( t': -i in. aud il.ev v.iv olijisvl! t Cotton ai.d LliU'ii Onaburi.Bro"n Notice _
: ..udV.. I!. Pirrrr : !' Taah.s!! charts and athve-t. atux of o'te hu'iJred dollars. i
I : :: > Ki<| *(* ; ::nd tie
f j
hii i l.y I 11 re. C1 I1IrZ 0
mid Blue
I : Sliiitini and
i '.' J-UT fiii1cr aiivniiit i f n.otx'v ire i\v-J i will be iuv! \ rr"t rf-jr-lai.ei. V VLL
: -
r.i'fl ; p'i five dollar' and all retailer of vinous ,
the S.'ntlwe't.-sn lluoad! Daiikiu' Airencv. and .4: ihiti T. Ci-.rk. late i-f .Ietfera"n CiutitV. il>-- : spiritr.ons or
a'l iiiiiTt vaijs, !t. sill <>f a u f tluic hi-ld, iuliJt to the o:
u 11 ji.1' aTJI it t1 t'xceitzier t-nt rr.1 than > tt< \\1. t will make the aw r 1 to tinnoaro>t c4izit- j ( 1 i.'kiii.r. &e.. 41C.. &C.PII to I the underpinned; duly authenticated within the tiiteI bowling or ten pin alleys all keepers of every dray or MERCHANT.TALLAnAsEzFIa.SepL29.185.
T E: At a .jini-ir hinluovcjaert thI '4 ti \ tor t..s s...>n :is icturn-s ii4- known. j WLE:. I jiii' ciil-ed'I 1 by law. or this notice will l be plead! in bnrt cart or two or four horse wag"ii, or hack, or puMic j jcarriage.
W ic.i on The titiates tiu-ir; leCovcrv and all indebteil to said lice'1 fur hire as aforesaid-all keepers of fiv- 89
1.t-t 'ivtIet iiiir. '' will be 1.IjiJ.d l in tiie n< xt issues | A larcennJ wtll H-lceted sl 'ok of HARDWARE t : persnt.s

W'-rinj word he rdy !tnti.k a tif the Ttilaha.-> pjij-cra iJ11).Vti! :j 1-t ptoxi'i.o. All of the abi'Vc articles will be sold low bv .<*ate ire hereby notified to make immediate pay V cry stables fnrwters and!pedlars ;all venders lottery I
01 a ; < nlir.U
xvin i. tW iUt. -l I "f thMi >ra that -ut the) ilurch 14, 1 It l-2t 11 [Sein-inel C" py. I). C. WILSON. mcnt to the uuders'cneil. tickets, shall under penalty of double the tax in case JOHH B. LLOYD ,

M.irdi; 1457. 11 JOSHUA TAYLOR, AdmtV.lb : of failure, before their several avocations, callings, or
La. ; ii. LeaI ie-k.---
hLr fr'n ; } 14./57. 7vw business ns aforesaid may be pursued and upon the I -u.ct1cx3.o r
Tne Aj j .. .L. .vs.ii! ui j-j--. cld Lini, au.l with t<-: rl.ii Spring and Summer Styles
payment of the taxes levied as afortsai-l, obtain p li- ANDCOMMISSION
: : d :i :Eci 2B'7. James IsIa.ncFCotton Seed ; Notice; c-en-e sr to do from the Inter.dr.nt to be countersigned
: :o-.uk: : 1 >: i:: t r.l. Ili-ii-f>: I-iencit" tl.-
. rIMlE SrnsrRii'.KJJS! :; |ttr.. eivfd I IJL Isr YEAKS GRU'VTil KLOiilDA.. I by the Trwwurer nnd sni-L license shall not be issued MERCHANT
.?.- hencf:: Rit-l T.S. n r.MirHlviiu liint t. i ( by tlithst VLL p r">n Invijjg deinnn'is n :ainst/tln* e tnto .
:inivls fro n N. \v York. :i fish atI.I| i-.r.ii.t ar..rtn -;- 1Us1rILs K. Loel, ii,>ci'id: will them to feri > t :-atr: cl tit 'a1L !Iv k'-2t. prtr.. ii.1 0 AH S.-a Ii :md< i" .tt..n So-!. fmi: pre.'rit Ou all shotrj. other th.Tn cirasc-3 TALLAHASSEE, FLOTUDA.V
> hi. of LAIIr DRESS GUtDS couBj.tif UVJ i Tli'inift. J. Chia&ct.vI.I j i.ihsTv! authorized to settle tin.- 9- or equestrian
r 'i ; : ti 1.- lrpiia S.)., C.i.. Or) inroly. TI.e C<.t'i i )r--m: five dollars and all circnwe July 10. 185G. !
CXUiIIItItlIii. ol -Iy
: : .:. llit ,- :m i-n ne Vin.'TV c-f the m-tPt f.iahit et-., toJl.d'i( p< r I Ipoutid s.ime. K P.: BLACKBURN'! : AdtnlV.M a tax on orexhibition
(' i.--riitn: *, a tax oftn (dollar shall be i -
--r Li.:i. -! >l f.oai i <' < !'. a-i 1 j r<* e v-d t;> tin- IVriI'ubte O.iu'iies: <-i piam :iu I pIi.Jfr..r.i cloths. in ti.e Cl..i:: !' toi inaiki-t. 1'or =..1atcl.i'0! I ntu-ello. F. b. 21. 57. S-Sw k'vk-d; ani c.'il ctecl for each exhibition license to !
? a
j': ; : t.i :fii'l < !::n'j; e..1'.is i i.Or i. .. 8. S. KNIGHT
:t ; : aY. : r. : ;1t r. n1 ;:h- -' ; .r n -h.i: l.y. i;. 11. UIIIY.: : i iMiueli nuthitrizu which! r.ti-.t fir.*: obtained from the Int-n- j ,
.sndy n.l"1, tltMjf: .s -.!>.ir<.3y new, Notice.T'R
I b- tii.i tr"vtiI 1' 1-Ii7. 11
d.it.t. r.rid i-oiinttTfii- ic-l by Treasurer, nuder a ; AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
.. ... .1.e.)fl' t" ____ pen
IA. I tfli.' u1 MAXWELL retiretl from the of double the herein ns4'ed.
Invifitj pr.vtic ally Uix
IRS i T'. -a 1. 'zr' vi'i *< th Ln'.iK-'r.'" IVhitt-il Hare re iolp.. d *:cm *i.tiic-lv now.Gr Oats r TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. it i
; i ii > medicine. th e ) partnership licrer-'f-'re ei.t- i 0 U| >n all itim-reiit traders tv h A' .1 f-a !iiin' 5v' jJ'rtT < iirlit ': :cm I fntsj Jli 'rjt'3iic rolnjo, slrpd iJr-ic.iJe: :itJ CLina ins between UKpul, eiibers} chii.veth.-! merchandize for sale in this tin-re shall 1,1863 05 V
'}, ) r.USnCLS! LnJin ,' Mystic and fur ; istlu-reby wares or city, September ,
i per
ri-! : .- .:. vli.t. :!., -a r..l ', In :.fl!! Ithi.4 -.' r-
Kil* by The, :acenunts 'ftlif' firm are placed) in the handsf! be levied null collected a tax of one hundred dollars ;
'ilk }1.iuncc.i.D..J.1e .
iil.Tvu, i-: ry-\ l-"nnr: th rhort jws.p< hett NAUGHT. ORMONI) i CO. A. IVnv i1.ak.-r, r q.f 'r colli-cti: n, t'> n hum, or :iiul a liccn-e ?.> to sell shall fiist be obtained) from the WILLIAM SCOTT 4I
skirted Maiqi-f T t'.g.'I..r} with a ,
j d1tt ?i i' :.Id 4.11 tiili of tl.eiti ler' i uod. .'rai'iii-lMit.d 1 will Indeudant aforesaid und--r in of
'ewport. Marc!. 11, 57. 11 !T ; ; p please a a penalty case I
bwu'.ifut a< nt'nit c.t! Linen Can b iris !j1 ilicssj.a.ir. :
: >;.r 2w "r. 4 ih. iht make pnvmenL: JN< ). ]I.{ TAYLOR.O. failure so to do, of a double tax to be imposed.Sec. ATTO MIEV AT LATR7, I

lit: : .'.- :. h. .11'd i. utt rtl.cH. I .-. vl.itc! )printed und I Polkt: spot; InliiuiU-e! : ; TROUPE MAXWELL.Feb. 4. II'it furt/ifr Ordiimd, That Paj j
JJ ,! 1.11(1-: pii.itfi IViacs!! ii grt't %r.ii tv. lc.. ) u 25, 9-U guerrotypist, hofure pursuing such occnpa'ion in this
t. n,." .? .'. ti- .-.l.- 47' t-c f>Ltf''nn *! ly. ar..l l5lTLiil: : i DKMJAM. i iJLireii Sii.itil.l r.i and MeI'oik, I.ttIhiilg p(r city, and evtry nnti t. before pursuing !j July 30,1 Sen. 30 t jan

!. rwn.h'.i: i: J.- J if ha. iilnJ to s-jK-ak, 11, 37. 11 i SIDES. atjii f rhale '
;i] j byM.NAVGIIT Notice. hi.s profession within th.- limits! of this city shall pay BIKCHETT.BIRCHETT.
..; an; v ,..rih.- ijtt -:>-i; Vv-< ?-< Ji t 1 rar 1 ]ixwt'v. -- ORMONI) .t CO.Newpc __ a tax of ten dollar anl i-Lrain a licence from the In- '

1 It TI ,- tiii..i jli7 l3i< y W.'v. "" TV, Jttir ,x.7i.'rt /<7rurel Summer of 1857. rt. March ]14. 'o7.; 11 1 IX montl' after date I will pre.ei.t to th1 lion tudant : and ujv n f.ulure or r-fus.d so to dt, shall t & DOWNIHG,

Jriir .s'. tLi.p. rt.r' 1k 1..ic1 ii ti.t zrouratid IV_ Pio!>:ite Court of LPUII e.'uhty, fly ae .>r.i.t. nndvniHLus double the above assessed. I
\ \ HITK COO1XS) <.f cvy tlvscii ti n rn1'ng pay ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLUBS!
Administrator of the t-Mutc f Matthw
e*tintU4.rd.4 it i.- Ii..i..1 r "'iit- \ vhVh Wf> ti: ...tin : Groceries as t SEC. 5. lie further Orduiiitd. Iliat all Ordinances
I. Alli'ii. deeeiiv.!, mid at the F.IIIUtime t"i-r 490 Seventh
anee : critu-. nljil'riy'-r to Ifavn! f.'r irn apply a with AO. Street,
ji I--i and 11-4 1 Alh-i. i.iiiSljprtin: or parts of Ordinances conflict.IUT: the true intent j
iO I5DLS.; SUGAR vaiious qualities li'ial 'mm the fut tIter imini-itritKTi of said
:<- !IK- -.fa,j\ locat ii ;;!:t1.. *' in 1\r\: cli.-laut-o, J 'i '.r.v C. s Lu.en, '' discharge : and meaning of this} Ordinance, be and the Binie are | WASHINGTON CITY.
O --ack- COFFEE.
i..'4thcrucilii hi I.i- htr. lJUKI klsffl theinia c b-4 ni 1 I 104( Ct.iiit -paiie t tFuts'jir.i p.- Hr.tter.- Pilot Hread Crackeis ej-tate. II. (;. ALLEN. hereby re1eab.r1.Ia'ed i \ 7ILL practice befor- the Court of Claims, and
firey.IVii : Fob 14.57.
.>*ftlii Jvtiour; cartel f<>r ;m jii-taVt >i: the C'i'l, Cmihrie J.K oiictJ, J.a1t:1.: : Tolr.u-cos, V. iius, ____lim!! the Council and appioved this tweny-third I V f prosecute.ch-urna before Congress and th. ieT-

r .ir 4,v UMIV *. jltn ii Limfif in?" tbi! arwf Jl.t- j'.i'I 31ustiti. day of February 1 >>57. oral Departments. V
Ac! nw-1 Porter. Sauet1 Just ReceivedJ'rnni
L'nq.i'tip. Viiiegtr.( *
U.1* HUJ: .:., i'.d tiini UTT..1i.-re.l iihns--lf to the Paris F. EPPES. InUnJant July 2 I'iek1.! '?. S-ap. Soda. Sh.ii i, Lf-a.i. Oil*. Ax.
*i.i4i..r. IIo vas f.t -..i1 1 to thiLiiikrar.d Attest r.'iiu IltTtiiix.-ox.. Clerk.
iswiss Yc..- York Suii-anuce i iF V
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A full supply < fall ankles i I in this lino Ian hn2j ; jn
hS j .-i HIX .'T *h<' iis-niT57'nJ( of.leaih. At j lini'Tor-lereil Swjj-s Ma liu. -- 'ob. 23. IS37. 4t9BLACKSMITRING A. PERRY AMAKER
,. :. -ii' M! tnl i; ftiiniiiijiiT !i< thrr: <-('l>l lirhtf. j j.'r Mvslktil! f.r i>alc! byM.NAU ( Tm:. Cm-hefl Suirnr, :: :; -. ,

. tl.r fi>-, i.ijr, aiiii a'.l warr.. j LRILLIANTIiS | ;ilT. ORMOND( ) i CO.Nrwpi 1 ''SVVJ 1 best Holl.md! (Jin ThY T LIiW-

TSI! f. < "!iSrir \i-j. l.ltuilv -
ili 1 !i5it.: many jr 'i. nm-t lirveiciaam i l'.i-ir"Cl.nh i 2 Ameri'-an (Sin, TALLAHASSEE. FLA.
.. lilt Crinoi'ii i 83 Eeward.rrilREE Kun.jl firm of BIIOKAW AF1TTS :May 21, 13SS. 20
-d -. rli'j anujul to vhr.s- the drcatlfal 4re < n' 2 : r1'qj V

;. 1lj. ; .. Plain end phii.l XHno k : r..lhir: R.'w.-ud will: br paid for the t I Cask? Scutch Ale pmts," S IV. luting been dissolved EDWARD M. WEST.-

k -- -- -MULLS- j kitig up of a YOKE: ol OXHN) oii' a s-tmit re'1, I' floxrs 31iea'nni: : the tirihrsititd notifies his

Few 1.ttr tii'' oth-r snidi black s-tec-r. with j iion in d Per \VM. U. PE'H'IS" from N. ORLEANS = old customers and the public generally, that he has and Connseilor Law '
r.-.t.i. ic.ii I U- war<-. until they :IJHV Muslin Iliii'ls, Canilnrc do, Sw< do., \ a an PUipIe ; i A Attorney al

en-ion 1,' t- tii.f.t<-T, how min-li lal-or >r rw-r-arcli p'rnuh! ('.,fl. r*. 1 reich set. l >ys Collars, i iLidies the r take the w-u'JKd the
'*. and Gentleni n L c.tiit'c Iln'lhercliKlb: :In a-Idition to this reward :I will jiav all 1IPt'.tirV: j 1U Sllhds. S.iirr. shop formerly by TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
c -: v. 1 i-l. :, iat>F nihc j luwin : tirrn of
y IUr InrJircd 11. S. :md Ei.l/i lla-.tikficliiffs', XxihCr.[ pimiih-il 1 get them. Addie-3 Spritijj 2 T ierre5 Sti.rr: Cured Hams NEW," Aprils, 1-C: 1*

hi -YirL'Kl-t M-'ji-.j l.v lii.- Kmlih.J614 lt.aiitI.. Li
-\.. Y. ik -tl J'l.y the Dutch.ifistl 1tNotice. ,
< LL'TLKlt t Ui.VIIAM. March 14, :i; F.WFanil Flo sr. S FLOYD & HOLLAND
and i* ti> execute all work dune in ,
nw prepared
Mas-a.-in- ttUl l L the 1'urilaw
ly 11 For sale! fr CASH H. H. )BERRY.IVj. .
Jlarchli, 7. j"S : by
2C24-\, vr .!. r>.y M-ii'cJ by th<- Duth.. -- __ __ __. j 14. 1S57. 7 their line of bu ines-s, viz : Attorneys at Law..

1C27; -l oa-ar<- :v-ti'-l 1.\ the Sw5i ninl Fij-. S7rI ____ V S__ ILwsr. Shoring, Ironing nnd lie- V\HLL practice in the Circuit Court of Middle

u ,i r.ttk-1 J.y the Iriih ('iitli'.hc.t.4t1..i #. P EI iff G G 0 0 D VLL person* having dem.i:ids n airut the estate i-f PorSale. (_'( pairing Carriages anil Ruggifs T and Wes Florida and in the Supreme Court *
hitaker deceased late of Leon '
CSC r j--.c.. UM ; 1 ly the l'nritan-5. .t: COflflty. of the State. Also in the District Court of the Un-
:ft3:; _!:iw..lH Mt/i m.J.vfbv IJoper William >IIK subscribers are now receiving their. u nalI are notified to pie "t.t them t') the inkr5igrI.t1 iii': Tavern stand now occupied by | $ Plantnlion irnrk of ted States, in the Northern District of Florida.R. V

GS'J'-North Ciioh"t'Jlol': the Krizlih.IGT. rtockf Spring nnd Summer Goo Icon .iofinjr.in .i.iministratrix within the time prescribed by law, or J- (!apt. Kt-adle in the town of Qniney, crrry tJiscriptloii, J. FLOYD; Offlce Apalnclicola, Fla.D. .

part 4.1 Kaney and Sfnplc dry jjoods Hurd aud tli"V! will IM.baned ;. all,1 all indebted are quested is f-r sale, on reaotiabIe t.'rnis. Its locai *
>.iuth 4 :u <-!,.-; *. 4 Ware, Ha'- ]IJoots, ready
K> -, l'-w, yle'iauttl--j by'WiHuna' J'ti.1i.4.493ri Wood Cr.ps. : to make paviucnt imrnediattly. /3tj. *'"n fur a Taveni. f>r uhit-h pin-pose it tins : nnd dirts Dec. 22,1856. 51
iTir Clothing. &c.: They would pailieuUr'y irnite the | SARAH WI1ITAKCR, Adrnfx. l.t-en iifu.l bv him nnd others, \* most eonvenienf for ,
f"tj 1, ,ti iT c; iii. ) ) -.-.
: Ld..4ls.sij L and in fact other di-u.irplion of work nride of
attentiont the Lndii-i to lln-ir xifti TM. 1 1fiwIJotice every
1 j March 14. suriiiir tl-f largc-et amount of travel fronting inurediatetv -
'i.t j.- iui t:4 As"i flui"I ii J..udiei' Ii'cs. Iron mid Steel, nil of which we WARRANT, aud! pledge ,
ve -- the elicit which the Noithcrn
on mam by
:-.ht iituekv 'jjil'.j IIi.1 Iji4.1l Diuner and Tea Setts and Cut J'.u e ourselves to execute r.t the s-Lortest notice. arid t
Goods, Counsellor
the For Law
I'T4..4 (4iii'ittt.1 into tht 1'uioJi, War hoPKINS & MKU1NNISS. i iMjreh staje enters town. turns npplv to U. B. riTTS. Attorney at t

1802-Ohi., j.II.1tv.1! iuo the Vi.lc.n, ll-4t ;perwn=i having
1R11-I tii-iaijt mUtJ in5<- tili' IJjiion. H, 57. ..............- j ALL Ilurgdoif, deeeascd, bite of IA-on county, '.h\,. 1. 1857. 6-8w i MO.TTICELLO. FLORIDA.

IS1CT1111..Z; i.h itt<-l ijilo the Uuiitii.1R17 \ 8i e hereby notified to pre -ut them (to the undersign- A/"ILL/ practice in thw Courts of the Middle Cir. '.

ilivr-v.j.'i 4'lruif.: hito ti HTniuR.. Opening of the Season. ed administrator de bon'w non within the time profcriUd Just Received, j Notice T T cuit, and TIn> it .s and Lowndet County G-"

1818 IlJinci* u.L': ;ft. j ijit., thi" l.'nion BONNETS | l by law, or they will be barred ; and all those Fresh Crackers rI HE under.-iijiicd has made nrrangciUCuU *ith II March 22. 1856. 12lyLOXG

3S1-A1h4.1..4 iJLItIt. Ij it :' ti.t t711)11.1I1tUIliOli. indebted nre requested to make payment immediate- i _L B. Fitts ti> talc charge of his Blacksmith Shop

Head Dresses, French Flowers, | 1%'. PIT Bark R. Jl. GamMe, from Vcr York, i and hands, ami! solicit f'r the new firm, the patron & GALBRAITH, .

\!; Jmt'r. 'le 1 ociis u" | Z BBLS. 8iwOrucktrs age of his old customers. D. C. WILSON. ATTI TAT.L.IIIASSJCE
'- ) : to ". .: JOHN; 0. it nrm rlT. :' >UMYS AT \>\\vt Ffci.MA. .

:.421jtjtt1 ii.lo the Union.l Rushes, HlbDQH", siuuu ug- |i Monticello.! March 14, '57. 1 l6wAdministrator's ItJ 5 Water _Feb. 14, 185L_ 7-ly V LONG
W;-Arkas.-as a-2niittf Into the Union.1S45 ings, &c &c. Z Uuttcr DAVID E. HULL'OULD : themselves in the practice of Law. They V V

-Huri-Jji n-lti.ittt-d into the Ln 1OIL Sale. 5 Boston will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuitth.-Soprcme -,

1 5_-Tcia- uJuT'1'1into the Union.lM.VIoVa MOURNING Bonnets trimmed, 5 Soda Biscuits. \ incite the attention of the cilizuis of CourU and the District Courts of the, United- I
rilo2- TS l "V OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned ad- R. H. BEIUY.Feb.2S5' TT T this and the adjoining tuuntics to his States at Tallahassee.
aiaUtM] iato V
ue I
: of John de
j.ministrator of the estate Burgdorf
J S4S TViMHin-iiin I'liion.: Crape t 9: Office opposite tbe Court House.
'' &Jnii >tl into the Crane and Straw llonr.ets iritnmed, I erased, will nell at public sale before tbe'Conrt hou- cf C.-ccc1 ,

""'--ulifornia a-linitt] into the Union. White nnd Black framen, I door in Tallahassee on Monday: the Cth day of April NEXT PACKET FOR CONSISTING OKilOfKAWAVS October 28,1854. 1T -V

Plain Straw next a likely negro pirl ulut fifteen yeais old, and a

Rhode Island Pofitid'.. rTiJr Nenpolitande. good *eemstres t"ld by order of the Judge of Probate CHARLESTON, S C. TOP BFGGIES, Dr. A. W. DAVIS, D. D. S.". '

FIO11 r.viR: Manh] 4. The) DcmocraiieFtateuiulConvrntioK ) G>pie8Shaker Hood, Ii.f.iut Lrg- of Leon county. r IIE tl Ell ALD Keene miistnr. will
Flat Bloomers, *4- | brig Buggies without Tops
Congrconl1 The 1 _
held txxiay. JOHN D. REICIIERT Admt'r.Mnrch .
M-rre ,
horn. Obur-j &t- tc. I H tti -*- follow Brig Timts for above port. Those FEACnCINGTALLAHASSE DENT1ST
tUk.-t vra.* nominnted for State officers: Head Dresses unnrpa* cd for Mylennd! vaneti'. 14, ":37. _H_ I having cotton to ship will do well to hurry it forward. of a moti.-n PO soothing that those who ride in them,

torGovi-rnor. .Ameru-u* V. IVttter; Lieut. Cuerw.J. Ribbons of the moot exquisite designs in great rantv j V For freight or passage apply to V unices they are particular will soon find the delicious FLORIDA. V

*C. B. AL ]'Ott4'r: SexreUinof State, Anderson I back! and white Rushes, narrow, medium anSI j jwide. Notice D. LADD, New Port. dew! of sleep with double nutriment descending y* December 27. 1856.Dr.P.P.LESVIS. 85

Rose Attorney O.-wral. franklin J. IUckman ; Uiomi Rising", Zephyr Lace and all other aiti- dute the undersigned will present Feb. 757
General __.. Month* nftcr Saddles of all kinds;
Treasurer, OilU-rt; Cl) ff. J + vA* f f\F a I.fir1tf0 SIX V V V V
to this : and vouchers ns administrator on V V
Ambrose for ConCTehtlie < tinhIJg final account Bridles nnd Martingales ;

Eastern K. Buruside xra noniinatetl Jackson "m the ; the estate of Wm. Laffoon, deceased, late of Leon ARDEN SEEDS Trunks, Valiee* and Carpel Bags ;
Distiict nud Charle*
1.eslern. March 14, '37.MANTILLAS. H county, nod ask to be discharged.JOHN } Harness of all kinds; IVES notice U hU frUnJa ant3 pat VT

C. CRENSHAW, AdmtY. GROWTH OF 1856.T V India Rubber and Leather Belting; ( tmstllntbeiaDOWinpoues4UIoi..

March 14. '6 7. ll-6m S E would call the attention of our friends and Hemp and India Rnbar steam Packing; all the latet improTemenl tv-DektV-
.re Iron for the Floridm Ball Uoad.. try. 1 st. The eztmetion of Teeth, wftL .
the public gene aly! to our present Large and Lacing and Upper Leather ; pgodudag'

"ft* linrkfn 7/cir has arrived at Fi-rnnndinn ; FOB TIIEI : V Notice.SIX i well selected Assortment of Oalf Lining and Sheep Skins ; pain, bv tha a'rd' of a local apprationf]? w.hicneooaktB'in V

*"*t frr> Wales with Iron for this Company.A Collars. flames, Trace* Chains, Saddler' Hard-wart, applying an artificial freezing mixture totbv'parU

I1o for vouchers !to the Hon. Judge of Pro I Our Seeds are procured from a Cold Climate, and Set Gotta wblch
IOkcI and
on the vav with Iron, ;and may be I 1 as welrae some things which are nat, such for instance a Temporary on Percha lg bj1';
a Fermdina daring the pr *nt and so1* rpHE SUBSCRIBERS have received by Express. bate, of Jefferson eonnty, ns executor of the estate of I consequently will flourish the better in a warmer mu', ns Cotton Waggons, a few of wbich are on worn with comfort,_and ease till. tb*pnna are fully'

L.Tacbonri1ZeVvi( March ItK.TTken J. a few of those moet FaBUonable and by far the Robert IL Jones, lute of paid county deceased, andak ; such as ours. CJfT: Call early! or tend your orders, band and will be sold as soon as possible.Al prepared for a' permauent 8e t ; toro W rt.4 oo

j most dcfiroblc, for a discharge from miJ executorehip. that you may secure the varieties yon i.eaire. that beautiful plan called cooUououa Gumc wbeb anso
Dkea.e.-.et Ike- jver.F. ] Chantilly Lace Mantillas ROBERT JOHNSON, Exfr. V AMES 4 LIVELY. :: It. Repairing done on short notice. much worn and admired/for beaatj,eirHigti, andperfect

116mMasters January 31, I85. & cleanlmets.
: the eeIebrztxedDr.Euh declared Zjt&t drutik- i Tarious patterns and doiRns, which they offer oni _March 14, 57. V Tallahassee, Feb 21, *57. 8-Sm [SenLeopj.MEDICAL May 31. 1856. *2 -

0i *M*dteM WmmcUted a truth wliMi the exi.-- the raoct reasonable terms. Call early u von wish V

***< .*<1 obwrr*Uoa of mttifcl tnen to f11.Y confirm I the choice wlectionn.] BUTLER i DENHAM.Hard. Sae Notice

Ig. The may ipp r riif {* cxetwe*of those who in- 14, '57!: 11 viitue of H decree of his Honor Wnjlcs Ba ; NOTICE. Two'Thousand; 1 )11 ars.

4e I 1qe'i. *y1* thui e1eOUtd1i.kfl B ker, Judge of the Middle Circuit Court, in Chan- LL penwns having demanda against the estate .
forlndtuatly wherein John Martin -complainant and John A of Thomas IL Averette, late of Leon county, de Drs. Robertson & Bond A GENTS AY ANTED. eithVLndlw r GrpUenteo.t .
Treoicli Howers ,
ft Hu } talc of la* lircr. Ho or- eery P. K. Savage, Martha B. Savage his wife, and Bollhu: ceased. will take notice that they must present them" \- to every town ami county in the United State, 1.

g1jl human cyttem, when deranged produce* a more AUTIFICA'IJS, &C. &CB Biker, Trustee, are defendants, I trill sell at public to the undersigned within the time prescribed by 1**, HAVING f rmexl a eojpaflacnluphi'tbv; ; practice to engage in a genteel boaicwea.. by which they .esi V
b bar of Jtheir profession' offer tbeir services{ tnlh. itbeni mk from lbouaan>i to two lt dbIafl
VMbdMWocMordlMaMo. And 1cjndc&d applying for cneb, before the Court House door, in thfl or U w notice will be plead reforerr ; < cou ; $
>tqte3ie often the T Erpre we JaVe receivc a beautiful ns ortroent outcry jallahassec the first in April and all jK-vsons iuJobtw! to aaid esi&lK are. hereby V uf 1'iillahajscv and surroatMlrag conntry. year F; partKabra, ddre a,
1 too Monday >
,toUf maalfxtaUept of 4JMMC,M selected in Row York from city of on "
of the above, ; notiik-d li liuilte imiuediftte payment to the undirsid. C Office over tbe Stow d'ecpiecLy Bet
CpbTht1ana woald prescribewith a view to the original next between the hours of sale, one uejyn slave, S > *
iiSt th ttest Eror'" JESSEB AVERfHTE Tl.'t'r.I ton &iliggi'. V' VV Za.l5ttixLIIIIF! $,.
4.tJ u4 It fcocn dI.iii Induced by said name Jobiu HUGH :ARCHER.: Jr.. Master.March' ) V
market. I I'tb. i1i'7. t Feb. CS, 57 0 tf: V V
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