The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00440
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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1 BY CHAHLES E. DYKE_ TALLAHASSEE j. LORIDA. JUNE2L185D',_ '. ( ',' t". ",.' "" .. '. .r. ."

". _-.---r------ BY AUTHORITY. New York; 'said 'act pot to take effect.-f be'northern district, on tim first Monday in' Pt'BMc.1.CLXYI, ,-An Act to increase theCompensati'on rect : Povided however, That such 'grstra" -",. S. : ; E4i; 't ,i ;$Ql' :; :,, ;::. ;'.,. i'1

-" however until the United States shall consent July and third Monday in December! and' at'. (f the Registers of Land- tion shall. not be compulsory ; and.it shall not \Yho-can read 'tJi;f !Ilqjyinj ttcta, apd then |t

LAw'S OF THE UNITED STATES. to such cession and annexation: the city of Springfield for the southern 'dis Offices' 'and 'lLeceiv rs of 'public Mon 'J render ing Post Office Department or its revenue : ,deny!th'W it4p kIiow.nqthipgiare.Abohtoaisu i '

An I whereas, the State of New York by an trict, on the first Monday in March and the, under the Act.entitled an Act.to graduate liable, { for die'loss of sucb'letten. ;oV, enemres'td -Somh-the Fkderal etjmUni. j, ;. .
act of its, legislature, passed July twenty- first Monday in October, in ecch ye4; and' and reduce the Price of the Public Landsto packets, bribe contents thereof. lion and the UD1 n.. < ;f > '" t f. j.l'

TCBLIC LXXIL Ad Act extending the provisions first; A.D., eighteen hundred and fifty-tin ee, the said courts are hereby authorized to hold actual} Settlers and Cultivators, approved Approved, March, 31855.. ITiS'A/FACT', I

of the act of August fourth-eighteen accepted the sovereignty and jurisdiction adjourned terms when the business shall, in August fourth, eighteen! hundred and fifty- ,. 'llm .known4)r.hi; dn.the froe 8tta* y : J'

hundred and fifty-two, entitled An over that portion of the territory ot Massachusetts the opinion of the courts, require it. four. PU&LIC. CLXXIV.-An Act to improve the have elected none. but Abolitionists and frejsoilerj -. J I
act to graut tho right of\vaj to all Rail above described and known as SEC. 3. And be it further ermcted, That all Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Laws of the District' o.f Columbia and to ,ta tha Congress.of the United States,. ;

and Plank Roads and' Macadamizcd'I'ura- the district ofDo ton Corner, upon the suits and other proceedings rff whatever name Repieseutatives ofthe United States of America codify the same. IT ISA FACT. ; fl.'Ji : !
pikes' 'pairing through the Public Lands and the expressed or nature, now pendings in the circuit or dis- in Congress assembled That each register Be it enacted.by the Senate and Hoase of That tuS' ,'. ; -' "fr .
to provisions -
terms subject Whig Tnow-nbllung f
trict courts of the United States for the district of land the United Pl'peM. ,
belonging to the United States, to the n office and receiver of public Representatives of States of America -
in said of cession, as in
Public Lauds in the Territories of the United certified act of said acts filed appears ia the ; courts respectively for the northern! Cjs moneys shall receive the ?arne amount of pay in Congress assembled, That the President Kentucky ekct4d are nbTet&dhij lio ihef Cb'ri jatRpprosentatrm -, C .. ,8 ;.
copies ; Seu f
States. by office of the cleik of the House ofKepre- trict of Illinois, in the same manner as the for each and every entry of land made under 'of the United States is hereby authorized United8WeJ.iQ resi or <$ !

.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of same would have been in case said State bad the .ct entitled An act to graduate and re by andY tQ the advice and. consent of States ajou..aftkt Ere i :

Representatives of the United Slates of Aiuerica And seqratives whereas:, for the better defining the limits not been divided into two districts, and for duce the price of the public lands to actual the Senate, to appoint two persons, .I learned Abolitidnisl by theJtnow-fiothiugs.rr oir.f: that' it Ja' ootaii' _,\ \\l\; :$,t. '! I
ihe that the jurisdiction i is reserved to the settlers anuVcultivators in law revise simplify and : !
io Congress assembled That provisions and extent of the territory abovementioned purpose approved August the to digest, "-1' l
of the act entitled An act to grant the commissioners on behalf of said States said courts in the northern district ; and the fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four as Codify the laws of said District ;and'also, the ITISAFACTm Thai ''Uepenttt.'r ( .. :

right of way to aLl rail and plank roads, and' Massachusetts and New York, dnly authorized clerk of the'circuit and district eourfs'tor tic ,j uch officer i ia by law entitled to receive for rules and principles! of practice,'of pl adjngs, -States in every the Yrc'nt; the: (fred '. t. i
macadamized turnpikes passing through the for that have caused an present district of Illinois shall remove the similar entries of land at the minimum priceof of evidence, and conveyancing ; and,' also, to Congress or &en'rft&of eUft --- ." ,
public lands belonging to the United States, purpose and to bo made of records and files of the said circuit ard district one dollar and twenty-five cents per aero : add thereto and codify such laws of the,Stateof ted States, that the kiiow.noibihgi hare cleo*'.;- ,. ; II
hundred accurate survey map tho of and do Provided That the ted, or assisted to elect, j it in favor of the ,I'J<}. t. '
approved August fourth eighteen said territory, and sufficient monuments to courts to city Chicago ; \yhole amount receivedper Maryland as may be, or become in force Nebraski : f i
and fifty-two, b*, and tho same are hereby,! be erected in and along its eastern 'boundary and perform all duties appertaining to his office year shall in np case exceed 'the limita. during! the prepcration ojf said code, and applicable peal l.oft the_ bill,. and. :ihe repeal cy:.. ;: I :'t .'

extended io all of the public lands of the line, as required by said acts, a copy within the northern district. And all pro tion fixed by existing Jaws to ;thq l circumstances! and conditionof modification 1 ,! ofthe Fugftivhsala' f 1 '!;\.I._ r ,t. :

United States in the Territories ot the United, of said and duly authenticated, cess or other proceedings taken, or issued, or Approved, March 3, 1855. said District ; and the said code shall be ITlSAFACTrr- 'T :, ,. "R I :'
fctates.Approved., having survey alo been filed in the office of said made returnable to the circuit or district construed acoording to a simple method, anil That the k ow-notI mg LeiditurenfMAssachuzetzhveremosedJud'geLoritgti >P
March 3, 1855 clerk ThereforeBe courts of the present district of Illinois, shall Pt LIC. CLXVII.-An Act to provide for be expressed in language concise and plain ]f : : ,
: returnable at the next term of the said the erection of Public and upright Judge, from cf ct bfecaos 1adecide4 ., 1
it enacted by the Senate and House of be Buildings in the Territory and, far as possible. made level to the onderstaidjng ; < I t
FCBUC; LXXIII.-Au Act to establish Co- Represeelatives of the United States of America courts respectively in the northern district of of Kansas.' ] of a person ordinary intelligence -' that the.fug'tf8..JaYI' | Burqi shqId. f'! ,

luinbus, in the State of Mississippi, Chattanooga I I in Congress assembled, That the consent Illinois. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of nncl'odueation ; and it shall contain a b.e areirvei upunerth FugjUvpsjai'b.| [ J wT .r:i iii ; j ;

io the State Tennessee, and of the Congress of the United States be, SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That Representatives ofthe United States ofAmer- full arid partipular J index to all its contents, snd this same kuw.nothrngJeatiIeI !. 71 r

Uickman, in the State of Kentucky Ports and the same is hereby given to said cession upon application of any party to any suit now ica in Congress assembled That the sum of and the preperalion of the said code shall be ted Henry Wilson an'Abelitionfst. tojtne Sinate .. HJ
which which would have been : thousand of the United Slate>-.and ihe said','H H t'
trC Delivery.Be and annexation. pending commenced twenty-five dollars be, and the same made under the superintendence and revision ; en- I :

it enacted by the Senate and House of Approved, Jauuary 3, 1855. iu the Southern district if this act I hereby is, appropriated, out of any money in of the Attorney General of the United States, ry Wilson voted in the Inflate q( eUnite4 !* I

Uepresentasives of the United States of A.tl1 had been in force before the commencementof he treasury not qtherwjse appropriated, for and as the same progresses shall be prinied, States to repeal the Fugitive slave law. .-- 'j K : 't

ica in Congress assembled, That r.I' PrDLlc..XXI.-An Act for the Liquidation of the slid suit, the proper court may, and if the continuation and erection of public built under his direction ;rand the said codifiers ITJSAFACT ,. : : A :li':; .
in the Stain 'of Mississippi i and within the Penitentiary Indebtedness.Be all parties consent, shall order that the same dings for the use ofthe legislature of the shall each be paid for their services. out of That the kndw.no1hiuj1W1j lea- J "I I t.I ,

collection district of Mobile, Chattanooga, in I it enacted by the Senate and House of be removed for futher proceedings to the prop Territory ol Kansas, to be expended under the treasury of the United States;'at, ,the rate, ted Durkee, anijltr8ASolitibnfi'itlo'lneJ9! '.. "; I t
the State Tennessee, and Ilickman in the I Representative of the United States of America er court for the southern! district. And there- the dir ction of the governor of said territory: ofthree thousand dollars a year. And the of the .United State- ?. ,:,: *. : ., I

Stata of Kentucky and within the collection f fJist.r.r. in Congress assembled, That the sum of upon the clerk shall transmit all the papers in Provided, Said rneney, or any part thereof,. board of aldrrmeu and common oouiocil 'o( rr.is A F AC'l'. I': .I

; .: of Mississippi, be, and hereby are, declared j seven thousand one hundred and eighty-six the cause with a transcrip of all orders taken or of any portion of the money heretofore the city of Washington. may together elect That the know nothicg liegJ4larureof.VIJcj 1 .' !:1.7

IA be |ports ofdelivery within their re- dollars and ninety-two cents is herrby appropriated therein to the clerk of the court to which the I appropriated for this purpose, shall not be five competent persons ; and the board of aldermen Jean passed resolutions instrucdng Gdh. Caw .u i
reaper lire collection districts. And there shall of in the suit shall be removed, and all further proceedings expended until the legislature of said territory and souncil of Georgetown may eject and : i 4 f
out any moneys treasury I Mr. Stewart the. nators from
be appointed & surveyor of customs to residet not otherwise appropriated to enable the shall be had, in said court, as if the said .I; shall have fixed by law the perrnament two competent persons ; and the levy court to vote for tfQ') rejpeal l ofjhe Mjchigan, M 3t!
I Fugitivejskre ,
tcvu oi said ports, who shall perform the Secretary of the Interior to liquidate the suit had been originally commenced there seat of government. of the couuty Washington may elect one law-the Nebraskaand Kansas biil.'Xnd :, %

lulius: ; and receive the compensation' and em.o1uinent3pe3CrLbed present indectedness of the penitentiary in in. Approved, March 3, 1855. competent person ; which persons togethershall the same know-notfctrtg! LeghlaturiofMkhi.aq } .. I 1|'t) I
ia the act of Congress SEC. 5. And be it further ennctct) That board K j f \
the Distiicl of Columbia. compose a to consider at convenient law ',
passed a .refusing*(he rth
approvedMarch :thfe' second, eighteen hundred Approved, January 3, 1855. the present judgo of the district of Illinois 'be, ,! PCBLIC, C XVIII.-An Act to proyide for seasons the provision said code, as oca o(the Sjate f-I1c1ganto'th Cl8e 'officer'pri. 1 i t ;I

ana iuirly-one, being An act allpwing and is hereby, assigned to the northern district the erection of Public Buildings in the territory it may be prepared ; and any three of said of the United States : I j

ihedus.: 'n foreign-.merchandise imported PUBLIC. XXIII.-An Act to amend an Act of Illinois. of Nebraska. persons shall constitute a quorum of said Fugitive slaves. qrerninent! to. seeqj-- 'I,I 1 f

.'.io A'i::. ,*h, Wheeling, Cincinnati, Louis-I entitled Au Act to establish an Auxiliary SEC. G. And be it further enacted, That Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of board ; and the said code or such provisions IT IS A FACT _' ,. IJ t

x 4; i-i. 4. Nashville, and Natchez, to be Watch (or the Protection of Public and final process on any judgement or decree entered Representatives of the United States of thereof as may be approved by a majority of .4 r

:u< --il *. "j ; ... at those places:" Provided, Private Propel jn the City of Washington in the circuit or district courts of the I America in Congrees assembled, That the said board, shall be adopted, and become the That the know-nothing S nafltQr, M&tn '

-\cJ w;. "..\ 'i ih? amount of duties paid at ," approved August twenty-three, eighteen United States for the district of Illinois! and I sum of fifty thousand dollars be, and the law of said District, as hereinafter provided. passed resolutions! ,declaring ihe ugilesIavo! .' :
;..T ClL ;;. -. ;*i ports slin'l be less than: the hundred and forty-two. : all other process for the enforcement of any sarr.a is hereby, appropriated, out of any And it shall! be the duty qf the said pe.rso.na: law unconstitutional and' d Jan, qj Its rm-- ii.<

.l G*' M n !tiiontand; dollars per year, the Sectary -I Po it enacted by tie.Senate and House of order or aid courts, respectively: in any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated who may be appoint to* codify the said:' modiakly! repeal-and in f yor of.abojiahhig jj; .

t-1' ;tt I'rfasury i'uull discontinue such Representative of the United States of America cause now pending theieiu except causes removed for the construction of public build. laws, to attn and, also the saidAttorney, : slavery |In.t tlje Djakjct of Coi, ;mbi>r-ajjd-d.- ,.

., ..u u,i Utf..-vy.A in Congress assembled! 'I 1 hat each ofthe as hereinbefore provided, shall be issued ings in the Territory of Nebraska, to be expended General may attend the meeting? of said cjanngf th'a tbejryfould nver;. op nt lo"the', :I '

pioxcd' March 3, 185p..rLir said auxiliary watch shall receive an annual from and mad returnable to the proper under the direction of the governor of board to explain the several provisions of the admission into the. Federal 'tJdiqt fojr""sri/ .,_ w

compensation of six hundred dollars, commencing court for the northor district of Illinois, and I said territory: Provided, Said money, or any said code. And when the said code and the more States with constitutions"att&braiag v I.jj I

: -. LXXIV.-An Act for the construction with the present fiscal year, to be may be directsd to and executed by the mar. I part thereof: shall not be expended until the provisions thereof shall have been adoptedby sla-ery. 'S .. ')I ;

of certain Military Roads in the Territory paid out of any money in the treasury nut shah of the said northern distiict, in any part I legislature shall have fixed by law the perina. the said board, or by a majority thereof IT IS A FACT- ... ;.' "-, iP
of Kansas otherwise of the said State. I I.J. rnent seat of government tHajr .bAIl oortify; : ik. MM to the 1 President That every governor elected'by the'kn
n it enacted by the Senate and House of, jiZ..appropriaed.Aiid be li runner cnacteil, "1 nat j..l_. '. AIIU fco :* (_.41... ..""etel), That I AonrOl1Ad. March ?, Ib55. of the United States, who shill thereupon nothings fa the free.States is an.AbolHivaf > / 'j; ir '
Repr ita'e ofthe United States of America 10 much of the abov -recited act, and of the there be appointed a district judge fu. the saId 'I I cause it to be published: in a neat and.convenient W. ., 'I:'t fc'*
!u Congress assembled! That the sum of hundredand southern district of Illinois, and the district I PUBLIC, CLXXIII.-An Act further to amend from, and to be substantially bound: IT IS A FACT J
March three
act approved eighteen ;: .
fifty; thousand dollars be, and the same i is the of the judge of each of the said districts shall be en. the Act entitled An Act to reduce and and he shall cause a sufficient number of v v t a1g;,'._t'I' 1 ,, 4
three compensation That
hereby, appropriated out of any moneys in said filly auxiliary fixing watch, be, and the same is tilled to an annual salary of twenty-five hundred moiiify the Rates in the United States, and lum Treasury not otherwise apporpriated, for dollars. for oliu-r Purposes," passed March thirdl'igl.tc as may be necsessary for the amplest distribution Massachusetts.. '* *' *Penosylvaniit- and"" tt I
repealed. Newtfon
lIampsb 'ttrli :
the construction of a road from Fort Riley to 3 1855. SEC. 8. And be it further enacted, That the n hundred and l fiftyone.Be of the same among the people of said p tJi Ji6 &tt '"t :JL"l
Approved, January andantf.slaTery.reibiatfctts.IT "* *
such,point on the Arkansas river as may, in present district: attorney for the district of Illinois it enacted by the Senate and House of District, aqd for the preservation of said code; .- -'I.' '
the opinion of the Secretary of War, be most PUBLIC XXV.-An Act to continue in force, shall be the distiict attorney for the I Representatives ofthe United States of Amer. and a copy thereof, &,hallbe furnished to every IS A FACT '- : .. .," '. .' .. v. 13 '

expedient for military purposes. for limited time, the Provisions the Act northern district ; the present marshal of the j ica in Congress assembled, -That in lieu cf justice of;. the peace, and every judge, to each That the kow.nothiige pf the.N Orth ar..ty .* ,

::;c. 2.And be it further enacted, That the of Congress of third March, eighseen hundred district of Illinois, shall be the marshal for the I the rateS ol postage now established by law, court to each clerk of said court, to each favor of full civil liberty; to ail > Fx "Nr.- '.

further sum'of filty thouS3nd dollars be, and and fifty-one, and the Second Section norlhcin; and the present clerk of the distirct J I there shall be chargtd the following rates, to coroner to said levy court, to each public GROJII. .: t '.: i:':' l lITISAFACT

the sams is hereby, appropriated out of any outs Supplement eighteenth Jaanusry, ': courts for the district of Illinois, .Miall be the i wit:- school, to each publid library,! to each public .; sJ

'_ moneys in tha Treasury not otherwise appro-. \ eighteen hundred and fifty-four, so as to clerk of tho courts for the northern district For erery single loiter in manuscript, or department government t. and to the mayors That the! negroes of the. North vo .a wjJ i. '.- ..4
prated) for the construction of'a road from 1 enable! the Board of Land Coininissionois and during their respective officIal! paper of any kind jn which information shall and each of tho councils of Washington the know-rjotliings, and have been repeatedly v Pass in the I tenns. I be asked for or communicated in to be them kept and easefully f
1'ortRfley;Badger's Rocky in California to close t Adjudications writing or Georgetown, by complimented their patriotism in thtu *
mountainThe sai4 sums to' be expended j; of Private Lzu-4 Titles: 'iu that State, and I' Sue." 9. And be it further enacted. That I by marta or signs, conveyved in the mail for. preserved'and transferred to their several i Sing *y Ae kttoiff-notMng organ .<. ;

under the direction the Secretary of War,i fqr other Purposes. j there be appointed a district attorney, a marj I any distance between places in the United I successors in office. And the said code, so IT IS A FACT : J :-.c: ;I
iu pursuance- .of cootracJs--4y bt made Lhim. \- { Be it enacted by the Senate and Housa of I thai and n cijrlt of a court, for the"buythcrndistrict. I States not cxccedings three thousand miles I deposited with said clerks of court and justices i I

'. .. I Representatives of the United America in three celts ; and for any dst: exceeding of the peace, shall at all times be openin That the leaders of the 'kno\V- o'blngt' i1rf-oj I

Approved, March 3, 1855. Congress assembled, That the provisions of Approved, March 13, 1855. three thousand miles, ten cents. their several offices, for the inspection and Kentucky are, or have beec, Emancifaliofl-.!' .'
of third March And for a double letter there shall bo charg information of the people of said District, and ists wherewr 4Lhnt question has been agiUi f .:
Jhe act Congress approved ,
VrLIc..XVIll.-An: Act vesting the Title eighteen hundred aud fifty-one to ascertain I'ciiuc, CXLVIL-An Act for the Relief of ed double the rate abo\ specified ;and for.a others who may desire to ccinsultthe same., ', ted, aqd that, they dare not. .deny this. .state? ..
Purchasers and Locators of and treble \letter, treble those rate and for And when the said code shall be and m: .ut. / l '
of iEe'ifnited States to certainLnud in thc and settle the private land claims in the Stateof Swamp ; a printed ... .
"Citr'of CibcinnatLUa California," and of the second section of Overflowed Lands. quadruple l letter, quadruple those rates ;.and distributed the President of the United States 11,15 A *FACT. -- j, ,

.) 'it enacted by the Senate aud House of the act eighteenth January, eighteen hundred Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of every I letter or pare el not exceeding half an shall by, his proclamation, apyoint a time That no' one of the facts. above rtatefj i., Representatives of the United Suies of Amer and fifty-four, continuing the same in I I Representatives of the United States of America ounce ii weight shall be deemed a single let and places in the said District for taking the can be truthfully denied by any knovr-noth- j

ica io': COQg eSl. assembled That the title force be further continued in force for the I in Congress assembled, That the President ter ; anl every additional weight of half an sense of the citizens thereof, for against ing,
aud interest. pf'the United States to the Unsold term of one year, and no longer, from the of the United States cause patents to \JJe ounce, :r additional weight of less than halfan the adoption of the said code; and, be shall Louisville Times." .' t ;

land (ff any there be) in fractional section third March, eighteen hundred and fifty- issued, as soon as practicable, to tho purcha.sors oumc, shall b<3 charged with an additional cause judges to be selected who shall preside -
TiWiber eleven, ,in fractional township locator or locators, who have made entries single ,postage ; and upon all letters passing at such election, and he shall' provide an.d Wi 0)":Ji's ::The legisture ol WJscons.in .
five.SEC. of the public lands, claimed as througi or in the mail of lie United States, proclaim the mode and rules of conductingthe has
number fonr; in fractional tacge.number one, 2. And be it further enacted, That swamp r.eceolly pawed a Uw relative. to .
lands either with cash, or with land war- exceplhg such as are to or from a foreign provided free white male cit. '
every '
for the
of JohnCleve Synime's purchase oflayds, the United States district attorney the rights yf married women.tt, is as 1Iws
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wiihiothenow. State of Ohio be, and the northern district of California be, and he 1 is rants, or with scrip, prior to the issue of patents countrr, the postage as above specified shallbe izen of the United State, above the nge of r -. *,.:t ij;

sarie.hereby isj vested in the corporate au- hereby, authorized to employ assistant counsel to the State or States, us provided for prejaid/ except upon letters and packages twenty.one years who has resided in the raid ; : :. i ,
thdrlBeir 'OTlhe city Cincinnati, and their to aid him in defending the interests of by the the second section of the act approved addreaed to officers of the government on : District for one year next preceding said election Any married woman wligsa fausba 4, J--J

mcceesori{Ii'offic*, and in any other occo.jaota.JQ.tiie the United States in the land suits for the September twenty-eight, eighteen hundred official]business, which shall be so marked on shall be permitted to vote.thereat ; and either from drunkenness, profligacy or 'from $ ]

..sam ;'iQ-. sevpralty, upon payt adjudication of such claims before the district and fifty, entitled ".An act to enable the Stateof the er/elope. And from and after, the first the result of.said election shall ha reported to any other cause, shall neglect or refuse to' *{ :

;cut to tlre .Commissioner.,oL, ie general :court; at a, salary not, exceeding three thou- Arkamsas and other States to reclaim the day January, eighteen hundred' .a'd fifty- the said President, and the same, wjih the provide for her support or for;th0 .8U'pUttfld '
Land.Office. _"U lm m.pfjce ofI land sand six -hundred dollars annum, and at swamp lands within their limits," any decision six, tie Postmaster-General may require pofetnast said, code,'be by him.reported to Congress, education ,of 'her children shall have.' tb. .. '.

subject to entry:JOTWed, Thai, nothing in BO Jo employ'such_clerical,per force. not exceed. ; of Secretary of the interior or other oflccr > >s' to Ila postage'stamps upon all,pre. and when ratified,and. approved by the same, .'right in her own name to trauuct buU
i ff-f' 1m.i ofthe ofthe United States tellers* which such not be shall his declare it .ness, and to receive and collect! her'
thy -act shaUr;Jbe to construod. U to)impaurtho1egai.pr4e i ing' tfr6 'persons, at a compensation of one government paid upon stamps may by. proclamation to tyn
; flRAble! rigntrof sny JolnVr'per. hundred sod-fifty dollars month each ; to the contary notwithstanding: Provided, have been placed by the writers. be in force, from the day of the date thereof 'earnings', and 'ih.e earnings ''of her minor f: I

1.o forperidrii r toPfte aldABdror: ) 16 any AerTices of said assistant per.counsel, and tho That in all cases where any State, throtfgh A,' all drop.letters'or letters placed in any as the law of the said, .DistrjcJ f cf Columbia': children, and apply e'DID4f .forher.owa 4

c 1..c ",.L..t'-- ". .". ,..lj & -! ;. :.rdpPCD'edJJ)4 ,.:, .. clerical'force aforesaid, not to continue beyond its constitution authorities, may have sold or post-dfice not for transmission through Jhe and jh.o same, when so proclaimed' shall 'support and;fie s"pp .aoidedu aUoq of ch, ;
r.Jf3. . the- xigencesrof the service, nor l longer disposed of any tract or, tracts of said 'land to1 I mail, out for delivery only shaJJ be charged thereafter be, and remain as sack without any children,frtfl fromtba, : ,cQutrpJ!arid inierfor0pc9! i fa'
.1 from tha of, any .individual. individual prior to the entry with jostage at the rate of one cent each; farther act or.proc didgs to'tbat effect until of ber.b.u.} ")' nd,4 or any,person'clainpin fhe"
} toe'terrn'pCjn j'ear peripd .
than ; ; of the under the letters which shall hereafter be adverisedis same or claiming: to be released the .
sale or location same, and al altered or repealed by the Congress of the .frpnj sama .
rrsuc. X1X.I1.Jg.jqvide for the thetf. scyerarappointrnents.Sic :3f:. And l be it' further enacted, That pre-emption or other laws United States, no remaining over, or uncalled for in ., United States. And the persons 'who> may by or through: hub& .*. "' '' "': s'r '
a.J f : r '
&. "= : 1n'r:: -ry. the jsaid commissioners or either of them, patent shall be issued by the President for any lost-office, shall be charged with one compose said board, pr stjchTof: them as may -KrmBrcadttufs ;Th
n o1 !S)7-! "r' I of the such tract or tracts of land, until such. State, coot. e.ch. i in addition to to the regular postage act on the same,shall:be pa d oat of the treasury Dc1tniagThe NTevr i Yorl ti:
( enate and Uo'se' writ requsiug
the subpoena '
pt 1c3e9 P1 tbb Ufiited-Stat itltof'AtttcrTftft ofRprce1atIbeSd I may attendance:.issue'I witnesses., b foie the said board, through its constituted authorities, shall re- otb to be accounted for as ojhejr. p'pg.eow of the United Stages a reasonable 'compensation Exprett says that ifow/haa ,declined from 23 j

i irt; uie1nI Jtd;.- the sum of- and t& t"for" 'in reftIsingohedien'e Jease its claim thereto, in such form as shall ; are. (for their services, according to the to. .4 374 cents within the' )last daWf 111 ',
,, tab1t nj contempt shall have be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior -: SK-. 2. And be it further enacted, That i ishalJ10.t it time employed by then respectively' upon the now that thoeceipts via canal fareTncreasinirTHTniaj .
o :cbot1w)4Idoll ,applbpria.ted to.degovra.- to Vncb writ; the' said board .
: And provided, further, That if such State bo l lawfuj for any postmaster or.other same:Provided, That the said ,cod. shall be .look fpf a i "q 6VnrJcesto : S
thesame '
J9 inflict now
rat ltm. f.ie r8.1tq, ,t1ie-fe.: power distric to >punishment he United shall not, within 'ninety days from the passage p :
pf poOesod the pf
19 ) J 1 telc.rmerP6rt1a Slates, by )court-'- ";' of this act,' through its constituted' au-; : evelope. for any larger sum .than $hat ,'indicad Monday in December jn the year eighteenhundred still .some 'djapoajtioado-apiealateforfcterjc.; $$. .

ffiftt&rt! Jstimr&.f par. dUars biv' 10 1855. thoitiear'turn: ) to the General Land-Office 'upon the (ace'ot such 'postage stampor and fifty-seven.. dliveryJ.)Jgst sales ia jUv-J :b! oy s|,;. >, S

; arM hdrCfre't lt tyby the late rApproved" January 1 __, r' f"* '_: of the United States, a list of all lands 'soldas fcf a larger U'than that t charged there: Approved. March 31855. i, a,75a$9far JajiaaadJiJjuloliEery Wheat fc .
j g r the dates of sucK the Post-Office and -' ii.,ouite" nomiaa the market AtfUlIotI 2- '
with '
G eizMznd.. byrcuoq ofbLejienth PUBLIC XCVI.-An Act to divide? the State aforesaid, together for,t' Department ; any. !1 '- -U-- ; ,r-' A'r I, ,
1rsrz7 '
th'd"thenani'es of the purchasers the. who.shall violate''thjs'.provision.sltall! .On the of. R. Ln tJ1er. bare a, 11
4ewgthe true ol JUnoistntO-TWdv7ttdtciai| Districts. sale; peran ;, night ApnJ; J& H/rr ,
1..wffslsA4f !that Be' ,it riactedbg the Senate and House of. patents shall be issued ,i immedirtely thereafter, be 4emod'g llty. of a raisderaeaher, and, !6n of Observatory, of BUk> near p.usseldorf' AClJotnnier hant fa no"in Neow-Y fk'
c n$ \
t &P51' mop of'the'Uni ted State *Aiderie4a as directed ,inlieioeg i olflg-section. co:4tipi: q wereof shall.be ti.e .i Jn'any sudnotJess discovered a new planet cj the eleventh I mag- Xrith the view to make some :arrangeqjeol for /
: cl area t % Representatives *ot .
.r.Ji .Iif.JVt... Qo. ti aa&U t'J' fWn' assembled ,That the SEC. '2. And be it further enacted,That up- thattennQI'. more' ban five. hundreddojlrt nit de, describing its or -between &rl'aDd .the receipt of \: hu fand,WheaJ -,* & ; :
tr. wuwD ti filchjtu. I $ .o.f. /
t'U. -ut 5alU tot' agen"ms Congress : tate .. on\dne, 'proof,.by the't uth rized agntofthe This act to 't4w,. !'ectand be In Jupiter.' This, is ,the forty-third planet of our Frn isco. flasarnpI.that Jwi*4rt b1 M4Mi &.
'"i1 1 !Illinois,fee, a.nd.theaazueshereby'district in the divided yjto4wo .: State pr State?, before >he'' commissioner", for'rr m.and'afer the 'commencement' of solar system. .* of.the very finest kind, f L iUd to;i e JjL; I
nuer'foIo* .
I .\1\ored. D' ce..A7l I8. -t* j f judicial.* r L*.. i *fif, -, <'. / ::, tho General Lnd.OffieetIatany.bfthe1aAda thcoext fisal qaarter after its passage.. 'Provide production of our Stater :.7eab01Uod W fieat eWtf 1
u..t"t" tnr 2LU1T.D iru'' for4jS wit: counties.of Hancock, Me- On 2th uiL from '
) Ing.to fy Trbarsday.tbo a despatch
; ;
: 'K Woodfortli'LirlngBtori/and;' I withinthe trueitent and:meanjng of.t the .act .That noQli g herein. contained shall"be w' at :' pe)bmhej, aiid .thlfl ur aM' I
qJlbctAgir1&tgjhCf Don DgbPe; shall fce dover the laws' In relation l Seb'aitopbl 'posted ,stating that less than f6 bbira Ban JFraJickctv, 1gentIeroan '
'pah CQStrueiji.a per "j
afpresaioVthe"'purcUase rooney to ntoalter .. I
XtfteHf: (**&& igHfc? ITJ$ .fltatQJ Iriq'ublf,' and '.u! ;tU: eooodes: i in the. said l. 'to'the"saia State or States; and where so jti-.TT-franking* .pnvileee.Sc. :/"' '" ', t;("",. the: French'and English1guVs Were silent 1 ,that, > yiyerA-1"i -' : I

or I a s tttteto flftd or#.w T.f .zk State,-north'of.tbeovftbJL compose jop e district : lave been located' by, .W3fr9tOr 3...: jlWjfj5irtKer' fJ. That not'a single Russian' batteiy'wAdemobshed, 1 i. *TT"SV** ""-T r3T* 5T>J I
( '' J IUi the lands naB( : 9)B) W M'' %.fJ>lfs :
SloiS-nCoH.eV.. toM caVed the D.Ortb9lP. cljataig ( and Jhat t"tie greater part of j 'tWrirorcerneht tad
the aaidState' Stales shall be authorized he Security oJ!valuable letters pnc' mav mate trithia the'next'V'foufmohth
"the 'saiddu&ct I sc/ip; or : for greater I : ., .. ..
Yb WrentblcpTO&ottfifeilUioIrV .ebvaett naiL,md court. GaUr; fe held 'for_. to locate a quanity of like, amount, <- d'/OT iratutaijsajbn' !tn 'thd 'mails ofthe oiOOdO {srlved. ..J In the, f ne'n'booo4 .r .- fl.' r co v;
'11t'iu itrislatsr arid 'theesi.4udf : I' '
*:'.pproved Msy1e4DtWD.hImdThd 'kllBeeUj of Chicago;' fth'said;\ 8tMeiW r upon any of the public lands subject to entry, kl" Stafeji, the Pottmastor 'General( '' be/ t. .qSbaiopo1.. I r-" -:* y .n I t"t?t.. !;?

flil.t the countioteomposa called thE, at tfldOlIU.$8d a quarter per .acre,'oriels, anfwraby,: au tborjzed. establish a.uni-i G d v.writes to the Tribune (rom Pani-. A COsTLTD2r1ms.Th.-mpeso1' ;

&&rttt. l mad 'iri .a the7'tit It ft :, urtt.iWJ l AmI.pa.tentJ.1haU: issue .therefor upon:,ttatenjMand I Ci : aIJor'the:Tegistration of such letters not- stF; compliraeotary, to the. mpire;'bojtbe :French hasmader. 'P. ot.'I0. ..

r 85 rrtrnn fa' l''f f rnTDrViagton i6tt&rd'di1tZi L lt1i atjth"l' of .,, _cpndUioni. enumerated, jiq treactaforesaidj ;; P npjic.titi! .q-f yarte1: -- -Li\--'lftt'Li'J pQ Dg ,e : tMojt|( JAuiaNpoleon, -ia D9 fooL;.He [ Qr;A .. >f.a JacaUm ,:..ic "r
Co js Spring..arid
:. a' ... rppr, .'bil1 W1 t-itta.m. 1- .. Provided,o\y.eyerr That ,the: paid i .ntO rqDirethe prpament ofhe. potIisiegTtrtioe says few**' la.Paris at he .jpojcnoijt.of :,t' e' bI d (" a4I.Iae
'' ( ; flil *>: ,i 'dJ :i :'C : 'J 1" b t !co; l iii pfthe,Commissioner! pftbeneI1I4 l aj en ; or ficena6niv& opud-\ t J f;

IPNc. :'l'S* 2, 'And.,t.-i fAD i d1 Ll ,$1e iieb'1'i ttsr.6ekt'tb. f IUMa4 .w jt\i htbat",, ...occasioned"' ; by.'it'1*. death.....' ..01) fri'ljiih.vw-defl.1 : ritdaby tW 'Qp esEox9ttWbf9 *-' _
.w "VI_. e.. relL._ au' ohn4er 't CIiU 1* .' .". ..f. -i'f.'lhlnWthy. "w1.JY. ni .f.. ., 'I'Tne'vil.w:. 'or'tai. srivlestfeH
diltnJhtiri. Pl 1rior, O '., ... : fby ; LMpn. :
In'the county oT Berkshirecommonwealth M &l 4. or said W, 1"-- Of .- 1II'.th.' .- ..' t. *. '
beg n jfl .t.; ra4rhA'IdJ.' oI.E : e9 yC .Opdyralrc V 5
h 2 1555. niitili ror5tm3tet'Gen nOT I' ml" : __
ftforefcaid Approved, ',11'C.. .r ''I ,. ;
the Stateot Vj
to -' ,, -
districts to wit : At Jbs city"6fCUWgofei! 1 1"s ; 'J : < : f &, ., : J : .' 4 10 .J ; _
J .:

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,- in doubt The remainJnjtJO counfe: The To1cfllezyi4y.; I Effc of Uwr Virginia Election"H"H OA'rO .)t, t O .
( ) _
the of thVTeI,
S jladbhm; < JournalSalarday t, ) Kate Gen. Pierce iu 1852 a majority. of :348. The following is anxt* lrottrMr.Clay'scelebrated Th4flane.e on country ftVng or from. Peolk.an4' .

._w_ -4 '--'-'- _.,_ -- -.'-------___,__ _pa.. Tie? Enquirer* sayi-\:" :' J* \'v l speVch ia:def ncbof" ] tho>Ar emaa"fsVn _, jvculby the .DepniOCfracj *pfjVirwer "' Georgia Railroad Co.,,'and from
:deivered UnM :gi i' tSojmidnight clubs $f'Jacobin ad. FloridS,'Atlantic and Gulf Central R. R,
: TkLiiAnAt1t : It will !ho seen that "SA1tI i8 fao.ttre"in in: the"Senate of the Co
_ J&t irfbo decided and permanent *It ba4ugbeeu appointed to-take place ABfgator
Virginia, and that thebleswd old eonunonwealth Sbtc l.Fetit3dlsfj; : .:. l.y;, at
the 24th of May.I6r;
C'.' June. 2.. 1855. i is Democratic; throughout. Patriots '"'Time honest patient and industrious Ger. "pats an 'extJOgtdsnfr on Know Nothicfglsm,, gentlemen on representing the, tlje follow

z in ail portions of the country are rejoicing man readily unites with onr people, establishes complete and'Listing, because it r rolls back ing Georgia R. R. Co., were present Petltola.nd, vfe-

' ; kwrahllou.-o..dnnar per quart of 1 J lms nr I over the result in..Yiigiuia,. It is indeed a himself upon some.of our fat lands, fills capacious the tide of disaster that has, within the last L J. C. McGehee, Hoo. :JEL..C; II n.
) .*.. &* iuttrUon.. and fiftt T nU for tabb ouotinJ -It and triumph over the Cb4aud.L
: .' II t t magnificent glorious dared to taint the soil' barns and .enjoys in tranquility the abundant year, overtaken the Democratic Party, and I C.Pope, Esq. and ..renresentiia. thefl0V,
worst party ever fruits.which his around Central
diltgen'ce'gathers Atlantic ind Gnlf ) R. R,
S and affections Ce
r : An weet cfttodidatt. 10, to bcpiudtl I of reinstates it in the confidence I 'Mt
J' (.tI in advance. I Virginia. him, always ready to fly: to the standard. his t H. Timaras, J. P. Sanderson. .
*""' *** ,i -. 11 -j-- I lIon. C. J. Fl lkner's.majorily, i i ia about adopted coxntry,.or of its !laws, when called of the people. The intelligent correspondentof J. M.,Baker and A.Hon. ... B4i4vaJRnlI4&aeu; ,.

.' j fllaflrcad Contention at Alligator. 250. The Democrats will have a large majority by the:duties. 'of patriotism. The! gay,'the versatile the Journal of Commerce, writing from Ji :c.MGEflE..

: W. publish in :another column the proceed- in the Legislature! thus securing the it'ie philosophical Frenchman, accommodating Washington on the 23d, (the day before the Chair, and A. S. Jl.u.DW1Ji.E.q., .

. js.--;' ota* CoAventlon of Delegates from the u--p.- return of Judge MOn to the U. S. Senate.A : of life himself, incorporates.cheerfully to! all.lr the without vicissitudes election,) giv.es'form to this idea in the follow act After as Secretary.some preliminary: discussion '- .- V

rtcl & Georgia R. R. Co., and the EOUT OF THE ALLIES (SAM) IN THEIR dated 2? difficulty in our society. But of all foreigners, paragraph : < deemed advisable} considering: the j H WU
; n :h, Atlantic. Gulf' L Central R. R Co., MID NIGHT ATTACK ON THE SEBASTOPOL letter from Key West, May .; none amalgamate themselves so quickly with [Correspondence of{he Journal of Commerce.] length of line of Road cojnecting-tae jb.** .

:I'j; scztiy: :'ictd'tt _\lig\mrin C01umbia'CQ. OF SOUTHERN DEMOCRACY I gayn-" We have had some very heavy weather ;. oar people as the .NATIVES OF THRRMKRALD; WASUINGTOX, May 23. of the Atlantic with tEe waters of PettasciL'/

hi **Ve understand thai thk, Convention was -- .4_ ... tlie past week ; a large amount of rain has IILB. In some of thb visions which have The Virginia i Iec.tlon,"leh takes pjace Buy, that the work shcnld be undertaken b*t

: :tH at the imitation of the .Directors of the Wise Elected by 10,000 Majority I t't fallen and die excessive drought is.at.last. passed that through IRELAND mj. imagination, I have supposed and to-morrow' is}Iook 4 npon, wth[ deep interest.t different organizations, whereupon i it -%-M .
ended plants arc looking thrifty,and the gardens was .part Ity the Adminis.tratioDand by the public generally unanimously .
,J. F., A. & G. Central R R. Co., the object be. ; parcel of this continent, and that, by some ( .
the Union.
of It is Resolved That the
The reports below tell the story of tho Virginia will now yield good crops. ...The U. S. in every part regarded mutual interest of 4
: iag to confer with the Pensacola & Georgia extraordinary convulsion of nature,it was torn as the turning point of the politics ofthe Pensacola and Georgia R. R.. Co.
election, which took place on the 24th schr. Pharos, Capt York, from the Rebecca from America, and, drifting across the ocean, aDd 6.
f IL R. Co., and to agree upon a proper point country, in their present critical and com Florida, Atlantic and gulf C ntral R. R cj*
{ Jonctida of the two roads, and how much ult. for Governor,' Congressmen, members of Shoal, where a beacon was beirg constructed, it was placed in the unfortunate vicinity of plicated condition. The defeat of Know demand that said Companies -shonld acifciunison

: the Legislature and Commissioner of Public I reports that all the work completed l was entirely Great Britain. The same open-heartedness, Nothingism in Virginia, will be followed by and- friendly concert .-and that tU
! of the Central line of Road .
.m. great running the the
Works. # The sterling, unterrified and invincible destroyed in the gale of the 17th, nothing same generous hospitality, same care- its defeat in the South very generally. The works on said line of road.be commenced A.multaneoualy .

I East and West throngh the Northern portion } Democracy of the Old Dominion have h, ing left* to mark the spot. A platform less and life uncalculating characterized the indifference inhabitants about human election of Mr. Wise will be the death blowto at Jacksonville and .ja .
ii; of oar g. tEr'eul1 Company ou1d or. phould of both remains of t well Florida that the Central
what Whig party, as as ; R. R. Co
routed the Jacobins, ** horse, foot and dra? had been erected, and some of the piles'weredriven countries. Kentucky has been sometimes ond !
\ ; construct ; I to tho American party, in Virginia and in the takes and- pledges itself to construct the ,
' goon." They have beaten Know-No thing- in a few feet. Tlie work \ 11 bo de. called the Ireland of America. And I haveno road
i : It was ascertained frobracazefu1 elimination : whole South. The South will become rnor from Jacksonville to a point at or in the vi .
-I ism the earth crushed and killed it. All this unforeseen and utifortannte doubt, that if the current of emigration
bayed. sometime by than ever united upon the basis of Staterightsdemocracy cinity of the town Alligator in the Count
:; 3 of the surveys, and from information de. were reversed, and set from America tho ;
honor to them. accident" upon ,and will soon rally from the North of Columbia,,and Ihe Pensacola and
i rived from those intimately acquainted; with shores of 1 Europe, instead of bearing from Europe Georgia
f a The Richmond Despatch (neutral) of lastSaturday Mrs. Mallory mother of Senator Mallorydied to America, American just as many States as she may want for the R. R. Co., to build the road west of said
f the that.the'.Ocean. Pond and the every emigrantto Federal Northern
country keeping at in the
power. point( or
purpose vicinity
: I has the following : rl>cently.t In 1 ind would there find, as every Irish em- Alligator,) which1shall
t and in" the noi&crri of Knownothingism cut off from alliance? be the of
t1ft;: Suirnps lagoons pirt any point conn xioD of said loads.
We have given the returns that have reached _\ an election for Justices of the Peace in igrant here l find'*, a hearty welcome and a happy with the South will then in Massachusetts
assume, as The
t th Columbia County, "would interpose Ef-rious home." following resolutions were also unanimously -
us. They show considerable variations Key West, on the 7th ult, the Know Nothings a merely sectional character, and beidentified adopted:
t obstacles to the construction of an "Air line upon former votes, but leave no doubt of the This language i* in bold contrast with with free-snilism abolitionismand
were beaten. or Resolved, That the Pensacola and
1 road' to Jacksonville, or other point on I election of Wise by a decided majority. Wise, Georgia
any Know-Nothing rant and the absurd attacks will soon be extinguished as an independent R. R. Co. and the Florida, Atlantic and Gait:
{}f;. : tho waters of the At1 1ntic. Indeed, the construction i has gained largely upon GoJohnson's majorities We commend the following to our Know made upon the class of persons to whom Mr. party, and give place to the rule! -the Central R. R. Co. pledge themselves to each

; 1 of such a road is deemed impracti gained,while considerably Flournoy on has Summer's, in several vote sections, with, Nothing cotemporary: of the Sentinel!, whose Clay refers. It should be read, with edifica- absolute dominion of the undivided South., and other to make every effort to bring about Ibi.
its allied of the North. Undersuch
4c table. It was no considered, we understand, which we hare compared.The recont.luminous (!) lucubrations on the sub tion, by all Whigs who revere the memory democracy speedy accomplishment of the great enterprise .

!$1"/r4". by the Boston Company' which, as will be majority of Gov. Johnson over Sum ject of Gov. BROOME'S absence from the and profess to adhere to the political principlesof Democratic circumstances Convention the, to regular be held next National May this view in which they will they exert have their embarked best and with,
t remembered by some of our readers, surveyed mers at the last election was a little over seven State have hig'ily: e hued its readers for What energies
4 i I so Henry Clay. a just rebuke, in the in Cincinnati,have only to name a candidate commence their respective undertakings at

, i ty tho route and located a line of Railroad! fromjJ the thousand.vote stood In as Halifax follows(:Flournoy's Wise 1157 county, Flour,) doubtless) they are to them. as to us as clear words of tho Frankfort Yeoman .is the above for the Presidency, iu order to elect him. the earliest practicable moment and will

; the St. Mary's river to St Marks, in 1835 or noy 5&2.Vise majority 575. Halifax gave II as mud : I language, Ilenrv. Clay.. "to the soil-it. of- Know-_u_ Northern Abolitionism and Nullification prosecute the work vigorously to its comple
i; 1834. The field books and notes of Johnson 3S3 and Pierce 100 thathas always tended to the perpetual concentrationof tion.
j survey majority.CONCESSIONAL Florida Rail Road Movement. Nothingism, now seized hold of the in the South, hut have now probably -
power Rewired That the of Florida hate
made by the Boston Company, we are glad Is'rnIc-rs.-lillson, Bo- As the Directory of the Savanah, Albanyand Whig party throughout the Union, and etcpeci. secured'it.And the if have the
ability, they will to
: ;2 to hear are in possession of the Central R. R. elected cock, Goode handsome and Caskie, (Democrats) are all the Gulf Railroad, though they have made ally in Kentucky Their great leader, who the correspondent of the Charleston complete this entire line of, Read eon.tl1lc&and st no
by majorities
Co. Several routes were surveyed, and that Congress. contracts, beyond the Altamaba, still adhere founded their and made it distant day and that friend of internal)
'o1't. Caskie's majJrity is 461, in the Richmond party, respectableby Courier, also writing from Washington on the every
I.hj by the way of Alligator was deemed most District. to the policy of reaching Florida by a his matchless improvements and every true Floridian, IMt
Millson's 453 in Norfolk District route which shall best with the eloquence, his undoubted patriotism 23d, looks upon the result in the same point
comport joint
' earnestly urged to give a small portio of his
practicable. Kidwell and Faulkner, Democrats, are interests of this city and Southern Geo la..it his chivalry, and his generosity, has of light. He says : time, influence and ( completion

!;..J.- 1 The divergence from a straight line to goby also supposed to be elected. is of interest to know what our Florida friendsare scarcely grown cold in the dark grave where / Mr. Wise himself continues to be as he of our enterprise fraught moneyto with such countless-

;: Alligator will not exceed three miles on The Savannah Morning News of the 29th, themselves doing with a view to a connection he now rests, before his professed followers I has been from the. beginning,very sanguine of j blessings to our State and people

..i the route from this city to tho Florida Road 1 states that. despatches were received in IJalti- by railroad with the Atlantic. I I dishonor his memory and-slander his patriotI success. He calculates- however, upon an Resolved That these proceedings be published
. I Ij The people of Leon, Jefferfcon, and Madison impossible majority-some ten thousand. If in the various of State.
: t': ia the direction of Jacksonville, and in view more on Saturday, from high authority, j I 1 by turning their backs the noblest newspapers oar
have voted, by large majorities, to tax upon elected, it can only be by a majority of from JOHN C.1\IcGEllEE. C1sia.A. .
j, 4 f. "f all the circumstance*, it was thought advi- ]! claiming the election of Wise 10,000 ;
ma- j of his cherished and
: themselves for the gradingand wooden Ktiper- principles feelings. Can one to four thousand. But, tho very fact of 8. BALDWIN, Secretary.COMMUMCATKD..
,! .'j. .. able and indeed necessary, that the road to IC.1 J jority. Our New York exchanges, brought ; stucture of so much of tho Pensacola and i any old line Whig in Kentucky, who loved his election, even by a close vote, will have

: connect Middle Florida with the Atlantic I by the steamer last evening, give returns from Georgia Railroad as shall lie in those counties. I! :and ltol1of.dml almost worshipped Henry I great political effect, throughout tho country.It I [ .]

;" .: thould pass through or near that town. I e'entonc counties in which Wise's majori.j These county subscriptions place beyond reasonable I Clay, now conscientiously join' in a crusade will be an extinguisher upon Know.Noth-j Can there be anything more affecting than

; Tho distance across Columbia, from the I ty is 7,845. There are 137 counties in the' doubt the building of the road from a war to tho knife, against principles that iugisni at the South and upon the Whig partyat the following simple picture of the painful da.I .
: I St Marks ria Tallahassee to the Suwannee the South. If the Whigs and Know-Noth
; .. Suwanneo River to Duval, is about SO miles; I State. The seventy-six* counties yet to \lie i: (or Withlacoc.hie) river, the eastern boundary were M; > ably, so nobly) and so eloquently advocated ings in Virginia, cannot, by a combination, I ties of the teacher, and the consolation Ho

1. i and although a r&ilroad through that county heard from, in 18. }, gave Gen. Scott 23,059 of .Madison county' a distance of nearly seventy -! by tilt ir idol Can they now, with prevail over the regular democracy, what hope nvist! find within himself{ There is no for

//rt} biriray of AUigaler will pass over ground as and Gen. Pierce 3123G. II miles in thi-j direction, from the capital j their hands on their heart, and their faces to. will V be left for such a combination at the tune to be made, there is little renown to be

-i.1..i4. well adapted. the. economical construction If Wise's majority in these counties should I of Honda- The work on the road betweenSt. j wards Heaven, swear in a secret midnight South ? The Know-Nothing party at the. gained in the painful obligations which the
Marks and Tallahassee Southern
has -dready from
North will bo off
; ; of a railroad as any. perhaps i in the United equal that of Gen. Pierce-.G,177-he will : o ; commenced conclave, a degrading oath to overturn, r sympathy teacher fulfils. Destined to see ufo life pass
with forty or sixt.Imnd. and Goo.Droome j upset ; and support and abandoned to the embrace '
;:. SttCb the rt t'ources of Columbia are mad-- carry theState, by a majority of 14,000. A I is n'jto in New York 7lr oiain..foJriron and destroy the very foundation-stone upon of free-soilism. Thus, the great Amer- I away in a monotonous occupation,sometimes

't L -r- *. p-flrU the] road] through the entire Washington dispatch dated at 11 o'clock on for that portion of the track. Between which Mr.[ Clay sought to build 1 lis great | lean party, after a few bold and brilliant dashes even .to experience the injustice or ingratitudeof

}.t!, length of the County. The people have not Friday n gl%t Wb; Tallahassee and St. )lark, (its shipping port) American System ?" Is possible tbnl I will have exhausted its powers, and. .be ex- Ignorance, ho would often' be saddened,
voted' the' of Subscription alive there has been lor years a rail rout \\orketl tnd1.I; ; ;in ,thg-1itinnism' ." .
je! on question County Our city is with excitement and .1 Wf fjs eloquent words, upon which they And p rli"pwrnnlrl rjc"nmb, if ho derived

r but there can be no doubt that they :crowded with election news. Wise's election by horse of our(or Florida mule) po\vrr.friends is The directed fir t to movement put- once to raptuously) bung, have become cold To the few of our Democratic fellowcitizens courage and strength from no other source*

. ;;. will do their share in the construction of this I is given up by from the KnowKothings.A Richmond ting that road in order, by new wooden superstructure and )lifeless and fill unheeded upon ears that who have been induced to unite them than the prospect immediate o"men1ypcsonal

..'!',_ I' great work. ," Montgomery dispatch Pulaski, Giles, Wytho to-night and says ad.: I overlaid with heavy iron, on I once drank them in as us almost heavenly selves with the proscriptive order,Vo say- re\\ant He must be sustained and

! : Tho distance from Alligator to Jacksonville :joining counties give astonishing majorities which will be placed in a few months a steam .I music ? Can any conscientious, old-line Clay Come out, if you have not already done so. animated by a profound sense of the mora

\\.fl: l h 60 miles, and from Tallahassee to for Wise. Caskie, Powel, Milson, Goode, II engine.The favorable character cf the I Whig,by acting in concert with this new or. The whole thing is founded in error, and must importance. of his labors ; tho. crave.' happiness. .
little 1 less will Alliga-II Faulkner and Smith elected to Congress" extremely : by the board. The people, when they served his fellow-creatures
.. for than 100 miles. It who !'country over which\ the road is to pass the der of Know Nothings, place his seal of con- go having obscurely
r flJ; by reference to the resolutions of the Convention The gamblers of had Washington staked with a means already provided for its constructionand demnation upon these sentiments of their great. fully understand it, will loathe its promotersas contributed to the public welfare, mutt
single exception, largo sums on
'B ,that the Central R. It. Co. has pledged Flournoy's) election, give up their bets. Mr. I I the thoroughly energetic spirit with which est and best manVih1 they abuse his memory enemies to principles which underlie the be his compensation, and this, his conscience

V ffj tedf to construct a road from Jacksonville to Wise is noWsurrounded at the residence of!!! the inhabitants Middle Florida) have gone and detract from his fair fame by saying very foundations of the government. Let the alone can give. It is his glory not to aspire

t Alligator and the Pensacola and Georgia R. his son-in.Iaw, on Ninth street, by an immense -j to work, give grounds for the opinion that that he was wrong, or that his burning words, cry be in Florida as it is elsewhere Withdraw to aught beyond his obscure and laborious
when the road from Savannah shall have
ti R. Co. has undertaken to build tho road from crowd of enthusiastic friends." j I I II crossed the Altamaha, that from St. Marks by in the extract we have quoted, were nothingbut withdraw! condition-to exhaust himself in sacrifices

):i : Tallahassee to Alligator. The New York Eiprest Saturdays says: :i i Tallahassee, will not lack much of couple- clap-trap, and intended for buncombe?- American Mediation.The scarcely} noticed by those whom they benefit

; r; ., Quite an enthusiastic pnblis railroad meet Wise is elected Governor by a decided ma- (.I tion to tin Suwannee or VVithlacochie-leaving Those men who were onee Whigs and are to toil, in short, for men, and to expect hi*

r.1.5 ing was held on Friday, which was addressed : jority. a gap between the two of a little over a now Know Nothingsp, lace themselves exact. Buffalo Republic publishes a letter recompense only from God." ,
huudred miles.If from which the New York Tribune _
F. : by Messrs Cabell, McGehee and Pope, from The delegation in Congress will not be ly in this position. They must either say Washington, -
. then, as now seems likely the Brunayick I characterizes of the canard The Madrid
materially changed. The heavy and unexpected as being or journals are beginning to occu
t i Middle Florida, by Dr. Baldwin of Jacksonville and the of the that their great idol was mistaken in bis feel
majorities for Caskie in the Counties Company people ext-cme hoax order for which certain French writersare themselves with the
accession of the
and Messrs. Baker and Ivcs of Columbia and in his that he py gor
:::V t : adjoining Richmond have re-elected him-and southwest shall decline a connection with ings, wrong principles, or
s. and by Mr. Underwood of Hamiltonho I Faulkner's defeat is anything but certain; thu Savannah and Gulf Road, the latter corn- was the most magnificent demagogue the EO famous, or rather infamous. It details eminent of Queen Isabella to the Anglo

%;$$ pledged his County to grade twenty miles ofkf I Bay ley and Smith, supported by the N. ('-. pany may be compelled, instead of going to world ever saw. Which position will they proceedings in the Senate, in executive session, French alliance. One of these joarnala -ti.
* Thomasville, to seek connection American Intervention in the tho
doubtless re-elected- a though on Europeanwar Espana-enumerating advantages vrluch
: : the road through Columbia, between the Su- are take? We believe that Henry Clay was sincere -
Lowndes county with the Florida roid.- and that Mr. Van Buren this alliance has PIed.
The National and the'Bald- ; goes on to state already procured for
r', nnnnec River and Alligator. Intelligencer Savannah Jour. May 24. when he uttered the above sentiments,
Patriot Know of the being in Europe, was requested to hold himself mont, says:-''We also, if we were disposed
j.o 3 From all that we can hear, -we think tie more ( Nothing,) same that they were dictated by a cool head and a '

f .; proper spirit has been aroused along the entire date, give up the contest in despair. The Valuable Discovery. warm heart, and that he, up to the time of his in readiness to meet ex Presidents Tyler to despatch an expedition of 15,000 or 20,<000

ofthe road and with Richmond Whig of Saturday has editorial and anti-American and Fillmore, in case the President thought fit volunteers to the armies of the East, would
)?3 route proposed concerted no Messrs. Edward and James M. Clark' Patent death knew felt it to be to

31 energetic action on the part of those remark on the subject, although the day before Combined Grinding and Bolting or Merchant proscribe his fellow men on account of birthor to act in accordance with the "advice" left be sure of obtaining from the two a1liedP.ow.

.-, : moit interested, we entertain confident hope it boasted of a Jacobin victory. The Mill, at No. 213: Arch Street, Philtdel- religion-aye, ho would have scorned to him by the Senate, to constitute them, with erg, firsta guarantee for the integrity of

i that we shall have a railroad connection w ith Enquirer, however, says phia, still continues to attract great'atteition do so mean a thing. And wo further believe, Mr. Van Buren, a trio to hold the olive branchto our colonies, but more especially of Cuba:

,f'--:. .. the Atlantic Ocean. I The returns continue to come in most glo among large sales our of business the Patent-right men and speculators of Counties,and and that, if his glorious form could now be reanimated the belligerents. On the breaking up of the secondly, the assurance on the part of Eng

'2'.tO :. We think the 100 miles of Road to Alligator ,. riously. From the Southwest and the valleywe States arc daily being made. The succes of with tho same life he once possessed, Vienna Conference and its hopes of peace settlement land of a loan often. fifteen millions of hard

.;>..t'.> : can easily be constructed by the people receive accounts which exceed our most this invention, we think the trial of Frjlay he would burst from the grave, where a Nation "Mr. Fillmore very suddenly took his cash; and thirdly the.certainty that France

I'ft. .: Middle Florida, with the promised aid sanguine expectations. The election is concededeven of Wise 13th of April, substantiates this fact. On hat in tears have laid bun, and hurl his terri departure for Europe," (he did sail in the last would compel.the Court of Rome to sanction

t' i : from Hamilton and the planters on the routein by an by unprecedented Know-Nothings.majority All the, Democratic day bushels it ground of wheat and converted in 58$ minutes into flour, beforoWi, el&en ble anathemas against those who have betrayed steamer,)"andit understood to be Mr.Tyler's the sale of the estates. of the-church.. "

,-.t?'=" ;i "Columbia! County. The Directors of tIle candidates for Congress, are undoubtedly re immense number of spectators. It canOe i and deserted his principles in Kentucky intent:on to..leave in the next steamer .for the Kansas Ei etIO.

:\ : Centra1IL R Co. entertain no doubt of their turned. The Legislative ia certainly safe." seen in operation daily, at No.213 Arch strut t, I If there be such a thing as a visit, of a departted same destination." The same authority informs Reports-bj telegrap slate that:at.the,she.!

J ability to continue the Road to Jacksonville, The following gentlemen, on tho Democratic Philadelphia. Those desirous of engaging In' spirit to this stormy and troublous worldof us that Mr. Van.Burea being in Paris, vacancies, in the Kansas'Territorial -
tion to ,
it is believed have been elected this great enterprise, would do well.to'cill while en route to London, was suddenly summoned '
frJ .: 14 miles from which place it will intersect the ticket, : ours, and that of' Old Hal' were stalking held on the 22d nil tie .
soon and see it-Phila. Ledger Legislature, jo-
rBf 2.i Florida* Road'to Fernaodina, thus affording 1st district-T. H. Bayly. abroad, and hovering over this fair portion of in his travelling dress before the Em. ticket 'successful
I If' 2d John S. Millson. For further particulars, see their advertise and had Interview. Alexander slavery was at etsry"pIcmct
Jacksonville a long
markets Union which peror
H : us-t the advantage of two_ one : our he has consecrated by his V
3d Ie John S. Caskie. ment and certificates of Head Flour Insfc- is said not to be so sure as Nicholas,his'father
:i and the other.at Fernandina.L. 4th \V. O. Goode. genius, to Eloquence-what, think you, !it -V VS .
.', tor of Philadelphia, in our advertising cola s of tho chances of and the Pal-! '
getting Turkey;
would those who
5th T. S. Bocock. say to once his friends, but INDIA W.u on THS Punrs.-Aecounta

w., ;. O'B. BBASCH, Esq. has been nominated -!I 6th Paulus Powell. who now plot in secret and in the darkness of merston Ministry will take no further notice of from the Plains, received through various
, 11' Some of the democrats of New Orldns
' '
: t as"the Democratic candidate for Congress 7th 4VilIiam Smith. the noon of night'to'destroy forever tho very any Cuban demonstratiori'and oCthe filibuster channels,:agree that the Indian tribes are.as
: : from the 'Raleigh District, North Carolina. 8th C. J.- Faulkner.9th wrote to Robert Wickliffe, asking for mc that ing, provided the American commissioners. can the '
fi: principles were nearest his heart when he suming V a very hostile attitude. .against
H. A. .Edmondson. of his candidate for goverlor
use name as a
.D, ; Mr. B. :iwas formerly a resident of this city.He .- was iu the zenith of his glory? We believe bring about peace and.avert popular indignation whites. Several tribes bad :.combined man-
The 10th 11th 12th and 13th district to of Louisiana at the election. He
and if elect ensuing e- revolution in The
tt .b a gentleman pf fine abilities, that that spirit, with one blow of its mighty and perhaps England. I bering three thousand warriors having tfcrtno

h 14 J/of which two have no doubt, we predict hear from. clines" The, and true in his American reply remarks party in that this Ian is arm, would crush and shatter every 'Know- deliberations of the commissioners' are to be I up fortifications at the lonrce:of the .

t: ',' tbit to"will make his mark- in C Still later. the democratic party. It proscribes no nln Nothing throne in the land, driv out i into the secretA River., Iti.is, reported;"however, thai iIi"

9 t. The Richmond of Tuesday last, account, of ,his birth or of his religion lit. face of open day those who sit upon Aero,and canard this says the Tribune, worthy ofa ages seem i inclined to lot oa the .4eS'Aslthoug1tIie
t re.
# Col John Darling vraa elected without opp papers ; French hand.
k its own the principles contain n -
adopts as tear their maaka from the.unseemly faces they ota
sue 'en
7th orongh'ou ceived by thin morning's mail, confirm the in. < provocations ;
f.l' I1P"MAY
: fill the vacancy in4ho General Assembly telligence above. The Whig is as blue as! There rests not upon the statute' book of r ,, V : 20 ; 1855.MR. formidable ebazicteruto #II the a

rl't ty-to of-the State occasioned by-the resignation of ;ndigo..over the result,,but) tries to laugh tho I. 'country ono. measure' ..which. has. added. 'tip I I The Detroit Democrat states ,that the sigh Dm-As the-,recent election in_ our but that 'an indisenminata 'jjiitcr of .
Jl ;A iIc." It greatness that has !not the stamp 'and. imp; County has ,resulted iu.favor of the Railroad whites. wiU ,occur the 4nt Ztab!$ PPdtunity.
; Gen,"Jesjw'Carter. Av the same time the peo. matter off in a ghastly *n .saysWe of the wheat fields in the northern part. of _. __ \. -
UitUer democratic rule I "
to authorise a.uUwribtioa i U !!]>eak from experience when vo say, of democracy. a Michigan! ,i is ect1yglorioUA. The breadth It is highly important' that .we should look .,
4 inajority .
vofod by-ft large have from .infancy to ,
. ple policy we grown vij .L I ": 5T _. --
, .I pf't ryTbVusandDoliar; by,the I that there iii the is no world more than.pleasant Salt river.and delightful We have rous man ood.. Ours is'the greatest,'!th lipieet ._ sown i is unusually 'great/and V ''the staple is a well; ,to the' ,..men'who. .' ire. to..'manage, i" *and"-* .7 guard The Caynga t C.:W4.&cha V : iys t uta.o

(1 :I County for ft' *i ft ad leitninatiug at the 1\'& lived stream its banks all oar .days,'.and ,nearly and'he.best country God has gnun. $ : deep green, armosrt )&c& s'rank, strong;' the:interest 1 of* the?.People* of* .Lba\th'ertfdr* !> ;thb1tWOIei C&deV looks expeetof -

;,; tars of-TaropViay."' JTWacoeant, with:the: all t e upon beat'friends we have in .(he world livetherewith Democracy will has Continue.de.lt, it such", and:: -1"1 le. thjckand: .high. 'With_t'|ralipwa.nceor'cwh j ; would respectfully,suggest .the ae&ottliefohlowitig Edl' TI1 t.I'e 11tro fMIlQ

830 000 previously'authorized; fby the>utj"*-' 1i'ai a'\Ve 'are .uti ni astonished democratic. ,.-party, '- ly... f. '*. -..so.-,' .4'. | ualitiea, it may be most, onflolently_. predicted! genUemenTorCountylCQmmisuorKthe V l. 1f'f : .I'DO
makWf 80OOQ; at'ourselves,. ihai we_ should.ever lvefel Lor that the wheat Crop will be s teo&tunusually e Jfo ext'two:years : ; *'' ". ; 'to :"F\h'_' 'r r b U.Drcu'd
ortheTown of
t, Wes Tampa, expressed wiSh to leavqit. foless. i Inviting i The Presbytery, !( Sfcenango., wis..,.-of abundant and excellent' If'IN J. V Patrick'1 SmltW;-Charles: J.' i ,tiot gJqJ; .'J ..
r pledged' by HiUsbowwgh.. .* regions. To.each-and every7 Kndw'Nothing Associate Presbyterian 'Court h,.at anect -r+II' :-.--V t. _V .' .- '-? *t v *. : '' an.abtmdaatiltarfwiif very eocoora
:: :: .J.
,_ .'* '" :-"_.1_' r i 'IJi'H. ,N11e1I..sd'GkgnCbaIr.. :., ; d wheat ItJt1.Lb.1..I.
W N. 4f71
r C in the" State, % fender ottr sincere condolence bold on tho 17th ultimo, adopted thfolb It I is estimated-that there:are cousu4azmi5auyid'r4 gi 'lh'11f tit1
"n..!ui Ul.1Jemocrql.st tea ,that Greed aid: synipAtiiy--rernarking> merely;.that they i :'i .. :._.f.'t_ ..J..,I : .;ii; r.'it '..trti fi1. t. .
; l Ins ,reioluttonwith: referen'ce'rte 'secret : 'abt'r Bot1on. <'700iJJ .no .0 .. i..J&md1 .4-.4.jf)1rt .
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WAlk 4 aa4tonD.SbWW: fo-the .ervo' success, fof' they worked like bear* / f.1.1. ,,?' t. ; (1c. ;_ 1 'Jc.
; ". cieties. : I, ; f., .l 1tatcri". .iprnObofNbbiiab if8s0: tk alea.or.lNt : : : T"
en/ d'did iramensely'tsl} braggidg.d iol ? :' ,< ", ,V ;:;WtW. &I
Matt.FWnn rforth0o thtfnsatid.n
fli. trial ; f
_ cal ii hiifethaithk UttJi Iii : to l bebettaffill after 't .
i U
I. ,: ( 'obbem dOO capect :_
{ ifetferri* '{ '122ec I .,
- gives rom-
; 'eacK.it ..Pt 11 Enquirer 56boOt : .
q 4About500,00&of.tb lobstetare 4 .zJi.j
deroYlI sbyterjr.tfe .principles o'elude *r-cw' h "i l_ uiitoLf1 .
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LI li4uiMP r& .progrictpra o44 P, es,."i W1IC w/.mkJoiit l i.t r.rlf/li7!( /' fron*',eosmmumm. ;} o J'Mm! f .'or, broaght from' the1. State V (Main*.;aad ttTemaining ) .'w .t ia''J I ta1'f .. j6t..rW..cft;
,. Jer, caeh r ciroior SXO.OOOdamans, ou cconnt for WKF., and'ti. election ofi6. .tie.J>cm-,, oret.ocitwaand; "'thattthe- ,1"b. g 1. .200,000 are" taketfetti :Miae1 Q ,' o' ..m., 'J ; .j 1' :h+ ;t. .13aui, o44 ; frV.:11
1 of the rem arb of thnt.paper, conc rmng 1 tcrajo Congreemcn, --lf, Ting one d>tric( .net-eeutonit to enforce this opin on. Bay. :;t.I4 i h) ;"t. ratO'tt fj.'f: }. .:..'f ( j'z : tt.' 4." d JV : L :' J. VI.ZV ;

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** *** --fvr1r-M'rW-ifc. rf" < iriiz i' dt *IIrdll.I .
whereas a habit or sopec&iiipngper-) **v m
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CA' ARS ON .iatis :TniiJTY a? CLAS. rertg and enervates Iho .lOwer4.ft4heeonI, of Austria.of a'Inc ru LIiieir wfl be >IIn1IW. ; fl.-*. |- ,, i. *i Iwctiatte.tna.: ai th.dibse-
&OAILRAR1ING. ; omcEMESSfS.T4'in I port.'aZ dv
leaves of them tv languish.faloialm- t. FLQUH TJrSPECtOR-S ; bou ticaLn'
many : at the Exhibition.of Paris J and tb* -
seen pat- fa'iitbst1os.
LAfL1t1R EUIOPa abdos tod makfe aniinfickle'and J 11 to e.ndat at .
activity, apfcto -
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ozc ternorwhich.Mtdeigntd by the EropreisEugenie liAft-'d ent1e.LU. ; ,
int. thoughtless, unprincipled and dissipated *mft : : Trk.Th'1* I
4.flj teatrAmerici herself" The'value of this dre s Is men-Uavmz carefully examined tLeJecnstttonoDcrationandrorknisnftL5pcf & tot IrtLtpumgft to abotttoeI I ,'
ali11uLi, May for life: 'newly" meal of her care* ii.d- itt, pobaUrj
r mitred, with Liverpool xhfte to Saturday; Mucn'lias been said by some writers, on I agree tvHVRotisaeau, that the aim of education estimated at200,000frnca] tented. Combined; Grindibg and Bottimj your qr'Merchafet tofUn> nti.) ppIyto ''*. .tADD.K -

k )fcaa( vt2.; v ** the impropriety of teaching the ancient bin. should be, to teach us rather hare'to -- FIcuringMin.1; ; tle'pcssnre tt rreenin' ? 'Pu 'end KportMayl7lS55 ,f-> ___.,- .

*The America ill 09 da .at Boston on Friday guages by book, when the modern tongues think, than vhat to think : rather to improve Liver Complaint the; public with the'fatio inlp ttateuumts'aX the result & -- t tA
.. f 'n 1'oundj
And 1W rffaSU will'doubtless reach are most easily acquired, without the-help of our minds so as to enable us to think for ourselves of IT T inye Ugatloo: > *.. -.
1 "rfg&t, ..ftcoon.w Grammars and Dictionaries,-see Ollendorfs! than to load the memory, with the I3f Tbeonly remedy ertr offered to 'lb*pnhJte With the Ercacb Barr Iftft Stwierttlrty n'cbeadi- COXMOK Poetft Book'cr WotWnbig ..
i jew.YorkVaSatardav Hence it has 1 that tiss newjIjrfJwMo ctrtC wbeo dimiocs are fol Mneter would discommend .
There system-or by speaking only. thoughts of other men. Not.tbat : owlftttbeM
qjweek Uvcy iiioic lowed. k'-yriJtoe'f'Tivtr Pill. It tms l teen wml ebwf iwat.perlwur, matfi cltttt wjfc ,
Se.t brcn proposad, that children, (to whom the acquisition of.good principles the. rtttwrC Xfraflnnr te&cljdenrb1s-scholat-I'I avnertsais U,. .
been no c\cr.t of importance before : years before public, and ban betn ..introduced In !eUm; turning bul.'ftl; a IfclflgW5 pp .
ha* Affairs nre much in-the study of grammar is conceived to be a grievis and just notions, from Avhatever source they all section* of'the Union. [Where 'it has been uperfin flour, aborts, ship stuff,*nd trs" fl. The atne by rmrvirg'ri'i5PTy| ari l Mjlotiwui ftf lloi* -

btpol. soicetrimlmccce'sus with the haidship,) should learn Latin by being are drawn : for indeed the knowledge ,of the it ba bad Ibe'moat iriutnpbant inreeets,'and bo- ta. extra and Hucieifin; flour iscfn; excefleflt ''ijnality. ut EnQuire at the FlordiV Jwiiia.1 Offctv ,: .
tion, although ally drireh frtit of use all other medicines. It bw been and bushel ((4 to tht large=cli seeloofnplicat 26, 186. .";'; .t1i ... -
9 the .May
however barbarous be ; yield equal ,
to it for that, earth would per ,
fpeuh ;
illica nave bcc rcppi ted. obliged most ingenious man upon very tried under nil tbe different pbaws'of'HepaUa, and d,roflls of.modern eoastniction.' Itocwpiet _ _ _ _-. .':-' : -r-- a
I The tone of public sentiment; appears tojjjre their st vie may bentfirtit will gradually scanty if it were all to be derived from him- !baa? b o fOUfldOtjUtTetLcIonIjo5lJ. but little incsm b? placed hi a compass of tl GEORGIA -

resolved! itself into the conviction that: improve, till at length, though with little silf.: Nay, as the parent must in many cases tPurrhaserswiil bsretuItuask. to'l.r-.feet to IcnjtlCby 4 feet,:wLicb,vfteo lo rmning order, i:

) most be a protracted one, without knowledge ef rules, merely by the force of direct the conduct of the child, before the LANE'S OILKBRATID Lrrri PILL*, and take nona ebie l with all the machinery requisite,can be easily fetoored '4 -
the war habit, they attain to such a command of that child can discern the reasons of such direction There are othe> Klli,purporting- td beLher Pill- or transported from ooe plaee to &nQher--baI '3t4Rr'r-A.: : .
Vpo of assistance fi oni Austria. now before (he noblie. I>. M'Lane's liver Pill.falM complicated machinery Abut it, consequently h cot I -
American of the French that .
Several e\tnsive lailur: it Lherpocl werefpckeo'tf tngue, as an may I am inclined to some important his Oelobnted VfruVifuge now be bad at all respectable liabu to get out of order, and take but little power, 9flEAey.ariadnidedintoveieeAaOsI. et
/ privately just prior to the tie pzItzue by lefeiding a few years at Paris. Upon this principles of religion and morality may, Drug Stored b tie United: State and Can and appear to partlcularry), adapted; tit -waaiof five mootbt each,the first ccinmeocln*; vd Ibe120th t -

America.' No names had iranspir. principle, some projectors in the last century with good success, be jmprinted on the mem ada. 34 **' the condition of the country at large J and from its of Jdy; wd tcdiof on Ibe 20th of DtxmW ,

Bf tic have thought of establishing a Latin city, of children, even before "they can |>erfect- t?T' For sate at all the Drag Stores inTallaliasaee, cheapness of oooatrnetion. arid snail amount of capital the cooed eommtoupfr on be. SOtb 'f =F,Unaij aad'"'
4 children should bo learn ory which anrf nt ore Agency io every Towu in the Sonth.May2 reqnisitt to stall it, rapidity of grinding per hour.taken ending<*tbe l tL of July. v.i c" ; : '
whither sent to the they '
understand arguments by .
cotton is ly dif idU lifo Ji>ur,0olkrt eTiwte. *-
The commercial nav.'s aa.rcgards $. 1855.- 2l-2w into eoosideratioo with its -portability, and adaptation The Cadets ste
Ti-ausaclione continued cxt the language The father of the celebrated may be proved, or the words in which they to any power now b n .I cannot but thick Th. Annual Commeooctne take' place oo the Vi'ed- '

iighlyinipoitaut 100- Montaigne made Latin the common dialect are expressed., But still it h true,that a mind that ere long it mil be successfully established in cv. ue.day before the 20th of J'ily -
week's bat-moss eisig over .
ex'he, the taken of his household; and many philosophers and prepared by projier discipline for making discoveries Pied, on the morning of the Utb inst, Mr*. Ellen try State in the Union,if it doea cot entirely t>k, tbc ACADEIIfV'tATh l1
OCObacs/ofwLicb-alare! portion was Mallorv, the mother of the -
of nbostI'd. teachers have laid it down as a rule, that in of its own, is in a much higher state the Senate 63. Iloafitepboa R. MUorjof place of the old complicated cuiaery beretofvre Col.A.. T BRUMBY; ''A, !M, Supcil.dcat p4.! -
advance MILLRR.
bv peculators: at au used. Yours truly, STEPHEN .
classical school but Latin or than that of scholar who ProftMAr Uathetnatica.f -f .
the nothing of cultivation, a mere Flour of ..
Died,hn'tbe 22 l.tni't, at the residence of W. A. Head Inspector Philadelphia.This Capt. SAMUEL JONES, TJf a A CnoaawZa** *- '
Greek should ever be spoken. knows nothing but what he has been taught valuable Mill can W seen In *rtioa.daily., at; .
Br.adtufF.-Tlieej3 lilile or no change, Rusfcll. K q, Miss Agnes L. Randall, daughter of the Cdetsnd Profei.rnfimgcb.sv riB ; %v "' J
which trifle higher. All this, or at least part out; is very well, The latter resembles n granary, which may lion. Judge JUu lftU of Tallahnssee, aged 28 year at No. 2 1* Arch Street,next io the Theatr ,..rbUdetphia *- Mr.T. H. MANQET Profe* r'f ..
>xccjt;: i ia com, is n the sole of these v from tea o'clock in the foretKtoo.'aotn twelr* -
former if we suppose design teaching indeed be filled with corn, but can yield no ft. Le. : ; a t
Provisions sre gcnarally fteadj at be that speak and be o'clock and from two,o'clock ia .afternoon. until VT.'H. -HUNT.- A'.M, -
languages to pupils may more than it has received ; the former may four State Mr. '
rfLtC' write them: as easily and incorrectly, as fruitful field which is in a by those wishing market Consols clos per likened to a ever righto. The patentees still have many of tin moat -
eiatSSj.Londra money- easj.- sons unacquainted with Grammar and with condition to bring riches and plenty! and mul ?1 WE are authorized to announce COUNCIL vflJuJiblc States and Cott;ilirs for sale,and will give all Capt.Mr:J.B.W.GOODWIN.T. BLACK; MalstLtPl4e: Ut Lh
: the rules and models of good composition do that has satisfrtctioa relative to it. Tbrao ItiEOOM of engaging
tiplies an hundred fold every grain A. BRYAN as a candidate fur Clerk of the Circuit ( ,tnaUc.. .
[SECONS: DEsr.VTCH.] commonly speak and write theirmother-tongue. been committed to it. Now this peculiar ad Court for the Cvonty of Leon, at the election in October in this promising speculation, will do xvell to call and Cad. 'ft S. CAMP. Attisrarrt T.aehir. .

Account from Vienna are indicative( But, such a talent, though on some rare occasions seems to attend the study of the next ee it soon,as hundreds are doing daily! ; A. CCNNELL.M.' D. Surgeon.The b
vantage The which (lie Ptent.eaare selling County '
prices -
Austria's friendly: dispositioh'towards Rusbia, in life it be useful would not be the i Institution it under the dirtettonaiect Jaasea- -
might Classic authors, that it not only stores and States at the most timid in pnrrhasine
,justify wirai *
PsiiowCrnztis Board of Trustees 0nfcJvtM&o a -
her :Having faithfully bf
discharged a
'.ad it ibU-o4stie wIll ultimately join attended with those certain and more immediate but also and within the last few weeks thousand dollars -
mind with useful learning, begets a t'ic duties of lie Office.of Tax Collator,to which; your over cbcty Board of Yisitori appobtedby tb.Gwtras*of tbeState.
The same js also said of Prussia.It advantages, that one has reason to expect habit of attention, and wonderfully improves kindness elected, me in October 1858. aa'fs shown by worth of the Patent.KighU have.been sold. TLe "

i ia anooanced ia some quarters that Eng from regular course of classical study. both the memory and the judgement my receipts froin the Treasurer's office, I respectfully patentees Edwin arid Jcmes'M. Clark,bteud remaining felling By an act of tit legislature tLfit1IUIa'I1tute -

land and France arc about to tender Poland For, first, one use of classic learning is, to fill II. W. 1'. JUNItJS, offer myself before you as a candidate toe re-election b this city for some time, for the purpose and States of for baa receivedfrtmrtbe OtrbrrtlCovernment 140 .
the entire United Stales. '
and k protection. life with liberal in October next ,,* L.ODEMILLY.jSgT County Cadet Muskets and aceootrproen and a field'Batls
Hungary up the leisure hours of amusement Principal of the Tallahassee City Sein'yLater pounder Braw pieces and tv 1
This is ccrtaiaifAustria and Prussia side Now those readers alone can be adequately Mn. EDITOH-pleas* announce AUGUSTUS ale.g: T r* Persons writing: for bfurmaticn most enetcee twelve ry eon.iatngoff'uriz poander Howifter.

with Rueeia. charmed with beauty of language, from California. L. FISHER a aCandidsie for Clerk of the Circuit Stamp to pay return postage The Superintendent and the Oueuaa&dasjtar cmdt ; i'

Affair in Asia wcro quiet, and without who have attended to the rules of good writing NEW YORK, May 21. Court of Leon County at the election in October. June 2, 1855. 224w.D. tastes of V/est Point; and an both.of.them have. bad. "
much intweat. :-n MANY VOTERS.To as Officers and Tfthmtb ;j UJsi
and even to the niceties of Grammar.For .- long experience
continues in a unsettled condition. The steamer George Law has arrived with be awwred that tIm governiaeAt. diacipliat and
Spain very the mere knowledge of words givxs but Vottr : ha 4133 may
the .
: ,
and California advices studies of the Institution trill ba
and in eoune strictly to-
There have been further outbreaks | $1,300,000 gold,
little pleasure; and they \vfeo have gone no At the quwt of many friends', WMj O. BUR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, forced. ,
1, several arrests. deeper in language, cannot even conceive the to the 1st inst The adjournment of the Legislature GESS offers himself a candidate for Judge of Probate ; .- -

Nothing new from Sweden or Denmark. delight wherewith a man of learning peruses had been postponed one week, but at the ensuing election in October next, and will \\x 2 Wholesale and Retail Dealer -InDBUGS Tmation. B<*rd. .Washing,*Feel Light- Ma4 end i

The general intelligence indicates greater an flcgant performance. Secondly. -1 apprehend nothing had been done relative to the Senatorial thankful for the support of his friends and fellow-cit! AND MEDICINES. all other contingent expenses, ptr seMkxz *fire j

difficulty in Europe than, perhaps ever that in this way of conversation, unless election. zens generally.Ve _:__- -- I months, io advance, SI It CO. -. rf- "v .

known. you add to it the study of Grammar, and of 'Hie Legislature has passed a bill levying a r- \ nre a thorit d to announce Mr.THOMAS TUST RECEIVED from New York a fall supply I Surgeons Persons cksirmf fee,er further anniini.$5.00 ioformirta, clAim :.

Napoleon, it is said, has determined to go the best authors, the practice of many years, tax of 840 on every Chinaman coming into J. ROBERTS as a candidate for Tax-Aesegisor and I J of Drues 4 Medicine, Paints, Oils, WbJow- ; copy eft be Regulatioca bv tddretsior the*Sop nn finUd A> ..

to the Crimea! as soon as practicable. will not make you a comment master in the the State. Money accounts are favorable Collector of Leon County at the dection in October glass, Putty, &c. dnt. r any member of the Board fTrastee. i

There is a great excitement prevailing language. One must always be something The markets bad improved, but prices were ue.t -Atso- ANDREW J.DANBSLL, SeeV.I i
and France the 600 ozs. Sulph. Quinine, Fair Braod. I MariettaOa.Mayl9, 186G''i4m i'
EqgUud regarding
throughout of a Grammarian, to be able thoroughly to low. ir WE are authorized and requested to announce
war. No hopes arc now entertained of peace, understand any well written book ; but before The mines are turning out well, but coin ia LEMUEL JONKS ama eandidnt for Tax Assessor 2000 1000 Iba." (Epsom Glaub baits do. Plantation fbrSaje. n *

and both governments have/letermipod.to pros- one can enter into the delicacies of expression, very scarce. One of the local a<*ay offices and Collector of Leon County at the election in October 200 Galls. Castor Oil, No. 1. 'TmErobsmber tffii fer ule.his plaotatibn Ivlej

cute the siege and-tho war with.renewed cnrgy. that are to be met with' in every page of a had issued new 850 ingots, resembling $20 next. 200"Lamp L in Jefferson County. FJa- > soilee.east of Talaliauee -

For this purpose it has been determined good Latin or Greek author, one must be an U. S. pieces. :7. WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM 100 Neatsfoot" ('ntbe, (ate lint,and in the vicinity of Wasv 4

to raise an army of a half million men if] accurate Grammarian ; the complicated inflections j The Walker expedition to Central America H.NEWSOM, asa candidate for Tax Assessor and 200 "M Linseed* "" BoHed., k enab. The Plantation contains about nine hundred I
and to the last. but Collector at the election in October next. 200 acres of land, more than half of which is under eoJd. ii
nocexsary, fight and syntax of these elegant tongues r had not preparations were making 25 Kegs No. 1, White Lead. tivation and nearly ail qnder feoce. There is oa the
Russian accounts from the Crimea are favorable giving rise to inumerable subtleties of connex| for an early dcptrture.New.discoreries 60 Extra l! place a comfortable and-reomy' fratred Dwtflmf
To tie of Cnznfy:
to their cause. An immense number ion, anJ minute varieties of meaning whereof J of gold at Santa Isabel, 60 Pure Houj>e.Gin Hotwe, Screw,-Stablea, Bar&a and all other 1'

of troops, numbering over<200QOO, are in and the superficial reader, who thinks grammar San Diego Co., have ben cnaounced. candidate f'r the office-I of herewith TAX Assessor announce and Collector myself A 60 Zinc Paint. neeeiwary out tmikliag with quarters for forty orj -
Ibe. Fire Proof
around Sebastopol, with constant recruits pouring below his notice, can have no idea. Besides Dates from the Sandwich Islands to the at the ensuing October election,and respectfully solicit 100 1000 Boxes Window Glass, assorted sires. A large j i fifty oegrwi will* Any pcraoaidgsiroaa rail 's.nJezaatine of purchavng thVi

in. The defences at Sevastopol are greatly i I the words and phrases that belong to conversatian 16th of April have been received. L. Swan, your suffrages. With Respect assortment of Painter's materials-Brushes, Ac and property can learn the please terms of sale application "W te

increased in strength. Thero have been : are comparatively speaking, not very of the firm ot Swan d: Clifford, had been WM. W.MOORE. D. IL AMES. subscriber on the pace.! Possession will be giteo ta I

neveral sorties,in which a good many was killed j numerous : unless you read poets, orators, detected in circulating 811,000 worth of t I herewith announce myself as a candidata May 26, 1855. 21 the purchaser so aooo aa the present erop b'eathered. .

on both sides, but no regular battle. The t historians, and philosophers too, you can nev- forged whalers bills ft was supposed dial for Clerk of the Court at the ensuing October election Apply soon to WM. thRL.tN. 1 -

Russian tire mud to be in high spii its. Bombardment er understand a language in its full extent. his total operations in this way would reach and request your Miflrages. Yours Respectfully. Fresh Groceries. May 19, 1855. -- -.fcn-20.- I I

by the allies has almos-t entirely !: In English, Latin, Greek and Italian, and, I $100,000. U th partners absconded before THOMAS F. WILLIAMS.VE PER WILLIAM R. PETTI3" from Xew Or. Nw.Go-- d.a. .1 i..I

ceased. They are awaiting reinforcements believe in most other cultivated the the developments wereinade.Crrpimdenee ; .
tongues, TTJST received Schf.jff H.Hazard from Se* .
\ are authorized to announce SAMUEL per ,
munitions. A l-: 25 Casks Sides;>
and additional supplies trar ; poetical and rhetorical styles difFer greatly W. WILSON a* a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit 15 Shoulders, (J York an additional supply offaacj tad Staple' "
good deal sickness prevails in the French(I irom that of common discourse ; and one may of tLe -avtanj! Her-ilJ. Court
and Eogtiih canyis,and many dying. All acrounts -<| lio a tolerable proficient in the one, who is Polygamy. 4 Tierces Sugar Coxed Hams, EnllianU, -

are, upon the! whole, unfavorable to ; very ignorant of the other. But, thirdly, I | SALT L\Kr, Feb. 25, 1S55. Havana Plan Lottery 5Bl,1iLardOi1. *. Plain New*styles Blue and of.Printed Buff Lawn Laww, ? fc (
the allie and tLey have no hope of < Lard No. 1 : l li
6 ,
peace. would observe, that th study of a system o. i I have detailed to >ou, in previous letters JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY 40 Plain Blue and Bug Chambragoi "
Grammar, so complex and so perfect as the i the debased condition of the women of Utah 15 Flour. Wide.Blask Silk -Velvet Ribbon, 1:
The Statesman, publidhed at Concord, is Superfine TJdiea, Black and White .
Greek and Latin with LOTTERY. Oingham, i f
i may, peculiar proprie- j The inoimons seldom pretend to support 60 Extra Family Flour, Mu the whig organ for New Hampshire, and re- i t be recommended to the tuit- declared 5a' Mesa Beef, ] Netting/ : '
ty: youth ; being i numerous wives. Brigham Young TiLE STATK OT GEOIROIA..b .] New York Milk Cottonade.. '- !
OK j
/ently contained an article on the next prc.idcntial ed to their understanding, and having a tendency j last conference that he did not know how many -- ---.. 8 Pickled White Beans Tongue, Heavy Blue Denims, Ticking of all qualities, 4'

election, from which we make thes? ; to promote the improvement of all wives he had. ''Till[ the Gentiles.," ,saiiJi ] rpj sub'cribr having been appointed Manager of 2 2 Peacan NuU. Brown aud Bleached, Drilling

their mental faculties. In this science, ab- -he, that- 1- do- not know the% nan 11- 01 mem JL the Jaoper County Academy Lottery,iafends conducting 20 Mess Pork, Bleached Shirtings and Sbe ting*. .

extracts:- struse as it is commonly imagined to be, there when 1 see them." The majority of these the same ou the Havana plan of tingle numbers 25 Bags Rio Coffee. German Burlnprf.! i. .4
looking, however, over the whole Union few difficulties which teacher their nod Las locnt.-d his Office in the city of Macon, 10 Java CoffNe, UnJrE'sedramity Linen
are or no a may women arc compelled to work for Coat Checks, Seitoden Bags two tad three bce.
| poor He otters the
and with that vi i.m which Georgia. now following: 2. Ilbds. Choice Sugar,
difcriminatiag: not render intelligible to any boy of good daily bread, and many are in such a destitute Also ou hand a god stock of Straw Good*, consist'*
shosld always be exercised in conMtlorirg parts, before he is fourteen yeai s old. Words, condition that they are forced to seek the Grand Scheme for July 23, 1855, 2 Crushed Prime Sugar, ing of Ladies Plain Straw and Lace Boacft'-Ladi

national topics, tie! facts do! not warrant thu matter of tLis science, are within the reach charity of It ian actual fact that When Prizes will be distributed aa follows,amount 2 6 Bbk" Coffee Sugar Sugar, and Miasts Bloomers, Men awl flop lieu 1.C Ae, -

10 strong hope as"would be agreeable that the of every pupil; and of these the human mind, one of the strangers.wives of the Chief of the Apostles ing to53QQOO 9 600 Lbba. Goshen Butter, for jl9,1855.sale by U.2Mw(
Democrats are to be defeated in the presidenid !$ in the beginning of life, is known to be sus- gains her livelihood by washing for the boarders 10 Boxes Star Candles. : .
5 *' Lemons, -
contest vof 1856.: i ceptible to an astonishing degree; and yet, in of a public house in town. Indeed it i is CLASS B 2 Smoked Tongue, pROPOSAL8ii1 received by ty'ernlmlgned' -
According to the present aspect of affairs,, i this science there is a sublet)', and a variety not uncommon for these lords of creation to of June next, for renting eaobof
the democrats have the advantage of all other th VV'aie Homes and \\"li rvfs.df"tLe T llaba '
i sufficient to call forth all the intellectual powj send their wives out in canoes for wood, and 1 Prize of,. .$12,000 1 Prize of. $3OOO A large and general assortment of Groceries oa .R. Co, at St.M rka ibr the &eR.
have been it is true ensuing je r commenciug -
partiea They damaged, ,,I j of the student. When hears .. 3
ers young one a any day you can see women chopping logs 1 . 3.000 1 2,000 baud. on the firstt-f July next Bid are invited inn
and.ieyond immediate recovery, in the north, j boy analyze a few sentences of a Latin au- and drhing cattle to the mountains. 1 .. l.MOj 1 . 1.200 BERRY & ROWLES, parties competent to transaci"the ,buiae For f4 ( .

Ut they are the.only men occupying a position i thor, and show that he not only knows the j Subjected to n slavery worse than can be I .. t MOO! fi 1,000 May 26,1856 ,f 21 ticulars reference can be inao'e to .* 1 -

;:.t till national jn character 4 general meaning and the import of the particalar South turned into concubines 10 "ak: ) Ac, da. Madison MesMoger please copy. EDWARD HOUSTOU2J,PeA.asI. .
j i realized in the .. .. .. .
In another particular the democrats have 408 Prizes amounting, to 150,000 May 19.1855. -p-it
words, but also can instantly refer each their will denied even woman's chief i
against Chancery. J
C? advantage of all other political parties now word to its class ; enumerate all its terminations the use of her tongue-there are Agents waufed in in tie Spld. They will encounter little or no specifying change of sense, however prerogative- who await Union. On application the Terms will be forwarded. In tht Circuit Court of tht jftddle.Cimit of Thy P. Stockholders'Meeting'T'HE -. -
every hundreds of females only an
now Prize drawn st each drawing, under t'cfj. In Lion County. -
Remember Directors
of the Prnneola
y I minute, that may be produced by a to a bandon forever a life that so of uLfleo.M. and r
opportunity the superintendence Logan Andrew S.'Garr, et alii, ) Road Company call a meeting of SfoekhoKerIo )
Statesman goes on to say that Mr. change of inflection or arrangement ; explain illy befits the proud spirit ot American worn Ja A.NLbet, Eaq, gentlemen who; are sworn to a t*. 't* jLewie j- b held b Monticello. 00 Wednesdav, 6th of JOB*

SeTrard! to be the most available can its several dependencies; distinguish the literal anhood.It faithful performance their duty. Prizes paid *hen Curtis Nathaniel Ttmntoo,tt alii. ) next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. "- '. t .
appears meaning from the figurative, one species that widow with her due without discount gg'AU orders-rely emit, The Board request that the C 'sntoorrties. will
i'iJ. for iud indeed about the 4 was but yesterday a confidential Bills all solvent Bonks taken oa the Slat dayofMr4hst, ia an
the i
ic whigs, from another and the strictly ou WHEREAS through their proper agent,rnftjce'theifprevious ebscipt.e
figure even philosophical called me, and after asking Decree rendered in thi cause by
rilyhig who seems to stand chance ofmking of words from the idiomatical and upon at par. Hon. J. Baker, Judge of the Court aforesaid to that time; lie,] feportanf (hat a tc,,
any use me to lock the door of my room for fear she Whole Tickets $8; Halves W ; Quarter $2.Addres the Wayles general pirate suDscrl tiop,Se'*lq 'maJ-- in order
head against 'democrats. On the the vulgar from die elegant ; recollecting oc- should be surprised in the house of a Gentile, JAMES F. WINTER it was amoug other things ordered follow:all that all the frlecdTof proposed Railroad fa y bJmT 1
ordmd and decreed that
And it further ,
casionally other words and phrases that arc and suffer Manager,Macon, Ga. is a voicejnt heJm ant-matters to come "b Jure'that
vhole, tip Statesman appears fo think the unfolded her story of bitter wrongs persons having claims, debts-or demands, agokwt the port *

democrats: will be ahead in the next presidential synonimons, or contrary, or of different ings. The Bishop of her ward had demanded -June 2, 1855. 22- Kaid Apalaehicola Land Company,or to or Mpu :.the meetliig.that day Tlie'prfsenrBoafd, in order that tbe Counties of Dlrectort'and'other yill rtsno ; 4

though similar signification ; and accounting her whole family, including herself, in mar PURE OILS OF lands known as For he's Purchase,,or any portroo oftbe Stockholders take in the election oftbeir aw :'
election..A for what he says, cither from the reason of She had all she had for tithes said lands,do present the same with the evidences Director may part "
riage. given up j> >- t
WINE AND RUM Archer Jr., ,one-of the iLuslm -
COGNAC thereof to Hugh Etq.
-Ictteffrom that the the thing, or by quoting a rule, of art, or a and.other taxes, and was now in the dilemma of this ,Cburt, at his office in the City of Tallahassee Stockholders poaUe to attend are* pcrtjataWly re*

Shanghai says city classical authority:-one must be sensible, of either starving or being compelled to share WITH DIRECTIONS, FOE SAVE BY on or before the first day of October next,and that quested U> appoint peu-sc.aLvut."" fur themms.as *.

presents A painful scene of desolation. Many that, by such an exercise, the memory is an incestuous bed with the daughters of her 1 CAENES HA8KELL, the said'Master take proof of nnd ascertain arl report to secure a foil nAsUng. < it ,. -

hoawereeonp1eteIvridd1ed! .by shots from liltery to be more improved in strength And -own body. With tears in h.er eyes she prayed 18 4 20 PLATT STREET NEW-YORK. upon the validity and amount of each and every B-** ordsrcfiha i m BEifj.F.wnrnfER.Board. ,. -

the, French'fj&w.aod Jialf the city was bum I readiness, the attention better fixed, the.judge me.io afford her die means of going to Califorriia June 2, 1855. 22-3w of said such Master claims d*,ansiaoobefore debts and: demand him,end AnJ of that Uu said the Oovreapoadjnr SecrV.. -

ment" d taste more successfully Exerted, and in the spring. These cases occur Tallalaaasee. May((19)) 10,1855-. .
to the udbbe rebels. The imperial- Notice. claimants or creditors, or their agents, aa ho shall ascertain }
a habit of reflection and subtle discrimination day-indeed the spirit of dissatisfaction or be iuforaiedare within! 4his State, aod give - - I f -
istLdiscz.b.oLid.s. ra1 of the rebels, and more easily acquired, than it could be by I is every universal This speaksjnnre than all the DURING my absence from Florida,and Mr. James L- ; notice by advertisement to be published in two news 'Ncw EaIxim. '

alhflQgfc} ofkrs| at a4o1az apiece, any other employment, equally suited to the ingenious arguments in favor of polygamy, All iud my bled duly) to anthoiioed tne are respectfully A gent ] invited Attorney-to papers published in this State and in one published in DypNsFjop; / ( ; .
creditors -
person the of New- York. U>;all claimants of
could fibdpurchasers for them- capacity of childhood A year passed in this demonstrates that the practical working of notes at maturity, City
w they. and call on him and pay their reepcctivo to produce their deoiantja And be examined touching rpHE nodcrtlgnea! hAve openeil'a D In1

'- .- : .. salutary exercise, will be found to cultivate the plurality system" is adverse to domestic and oblige your -obedi-- at-set-vaut BENJAMIN. BYRD., the same And that any person or persona appearing labawe, .thr doors' Sodth *of ye tber Soop oM TalX f,
Among the grand jury-presentments before the human faculties more than seven spent in love and happiness. : : 216W before him on sued *efercnaevehall, be at liberty Bank, and ar* oewfrepared-tcf ertetrtewkh'dt par & Tt

tb CircwtC>urtof Petersburg are the follow. prattling that modern language which is Here would be a great| field for jour trohg Tallahassee, May 26.1865.:1CEI to contest the claim or demands pf any other person and w good tylc.'tlfijftai bosiriHa'ia Uetff Kn..
( ] learned by rote; nor would a complete course minded women. If a few .Bloomers and fast > ICE!! or persons rand that all such"creditors-or clihn- They rrv d- *r hog appreotieesfijp ift U>a'trade to' h ,
ing: F. (.:.:SrAjDtBxnt, Flour inspector of ants as shall not come m and provktholr dacds by Eurund .
half much to out and
improvement Utah
of Voltaire yield so bodies would come to ool Ice.T .
young Rfcal, time above limited or such further time aa the
nd Alex..Lea -v the are prepared to carry it etfr all 'itj
Petcrsbargt> Esq., of Wash a youngTmind,'af'A/ewibooks an eminent raise the.cry of "virtue and independence, OTS of tLe cool stuff at New port at $2 60 cwt, said.Master shall allow for thai purpose, stall be excluded They pretend iofr to betWe to make ww elothri ctrt

ington city, for betting xn the chances of Hen.ry classic author, of Livy, Cicero, or Virgil, studied in the valley of.the mountains, the \vliolo"Mor JL>and 3c. by retaiL In sending from the country : from the benefit of the decree to be made in the of oid cw but they csa renovate beta and gapctole ':

A Wise'iftiTjJOa'Sianhopo; Flournoy! to in this accurate manner.I mon female community would rise in a mass blanket should always. accompany orders to secure cause; but such persons not parties to'the cause, who dresoec'aiM thorevgbly dtaK*..&* i>WThJ
mean riot to decry the modern 'tongues, and shake off the shackles that bind mem.Butthere .- D.LADD. shall come in before the "said Master .prar ihvir 'woolens, ootton'i'lm and silks-iaVbori. tbey"extract -
the Governorship otViiginia. whichlkntjV be New Port, May.t J8M 21 demands! are, before being admitted to do so, to 'sign stains from very. &rI*;*5-' .r- -. '
bvmy here to lead them on,-
own experience is no. one -
1 .iZJ.a1 and deliver to the said Master a stipulation to contrib and polish anew,seth as 't M- : -
br.* .: useful to aU, and necessary to minjr.tFar The fear of being cut off from the church and -r IJut Received. ute, and pay to oumplainanla their proportion of j? tWC i wn*t >sva ojinJUAu irlv beki1
DaMucu.-The Rational InVUigrnctr leu would I insiaoato any thing"to disconfagethe of being:*' sent to eternal hell across lots," as Per Win.f R. PetUtfrojn New Orleans : the expenses of the suit, the aim/tint so to be paid, to ,,anJ tb j hope bj aanutnta.bQi

b&ett* direct .frpra:a gentle study of our,o>ra language, which I drink classically expressed, deters them be settled by the said Master according to the a&Montoftbeir merit the patronage of the oomn JtTjq'wU<
Brigham RANGES, -Lemons, Pin Apple\ Guava and respective claims,aa pretexted.' ? .-, .. have east theIr lot Th/if tinna
one of tho finest b the world ap'd which to and the desert that [ ; mhfCpitf,
*n in the city oMexire1.: Hay 3d, ( from suchV course,. O jjCftrraot Jellies, Prune*,'.Pears, Sordines,; Pie. Jim t hare f.rat ><* pursuance cf said decree,notk*is poahle aa tire times will admit. taj,
i&ai the citizens of the Tinted Stat. is of greyeriraportaacH&jpwin hem them in on every side, prevent them from led Oysters, Brandj Pencbes, Presenred Lernona, hereby* given U alt psrwoLsYmgdai.dbtzor jven ire respeclrully bvitcdjo qtHaj -.

'kh u J A' "T 7 JvrtJ-r... all other languages. I only slipping secretly-jJiwajr to, California or the Oranges,-Pine Apple and Ginger, Green Gage Mar: demands against the polm>hicola Land Cutapany'jor york .'.,- *% t

Tie stato of things xn.4fi .?9oa9y, cornp&r4 insist'on; fKe expediency'of improvhig young Btatea tnalade, Lemon;JJWrcSJ* Raspbprry: tdou, Strawberry to/ or upon the L&atjjkflon,M f Jiwbes PttreosM.* M7205.; >ff ,
,ir. ttfaltiatnpTjeyiid do Pine Apple do,and Ginger daw'Raspberry Vio- sitaite the&JlAeGfPrAakhn.GsdbjeaLecsi$3d
minds by 5rammaUcaI *tuoybf the classic ,_ L- l m
M1 t1Ie &n4Mstpleuwe tbth& J-'X If >*. i. t, i .3 rr'etb-Salmon Lobster-Haddock, HalUbu anjfc&ad Wakulla ht the-8tat .of JCbrida, to prefect tbe;-aanwitbith *Sixty a ,.,,
tongue8i in Masaci iiad Porter. > -
Constitutional; -Amendments1 'Assorted PicVlfa.Beoicb'AI* etidenee UwijeoCIa tie.mxlersifnrfd, one trf WAS
ana wore 4edthan; any ofU>o mufjcrp, -r-flftrfon, Map M.-m'TOM 'on Ae > > t-- j- the Masters of said Court, at his office in the city ofTallahastee't 1 I oolasUfabbaillOOh

; dtbrire)better1 adapted,te:thejjarpofteof amendments to the onstttaUon Is veryUght, : .. ,: DaA >n orbefor* taefintday: of October ottt, "
; ; -; bronghttibgiq U-'ilS-t -. tiA' %7/r#* ft rf' ftnrl.th1 memory wVmnf nT 4haral..hayo bee ?' 21 otherwise Uwymill Wimatred of all benefit under the S5Jiaisaboui'5f
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pd.r tatiinm everytortge !but dy>fetflmf P cre perientZY t.&chh& ; ; Adopted. 'flriaanweuts.pJppQ8e4 Mtb. T- HUGH ARCHER Ji..' )I. et ctpkiki1i. 1

? QI'b ; end indeed every thjqg, th>t 1ti11Itta11gh1tj)1flg; halt tire plnrafity wteifirchange the day oftheJState ej olarmflaov 1fr: : -..,, ;#Jfis4rus. Q4cij.. LdraibawViskVprrken: oifuatot t.it g -
thM 1 { te be accawtefy ; r i'-" / nut, a u $ ot etriW 'bcieb.
'c1iilareJiiJKniW election" the Presidential ; Mf !g1; SZ5: Zl-l 7w': -
yean lk 10 frfa mr j*& *JnlSd aenber offera a reward pts
tfo ftai 'f is more improved Tbe Wakulli tlrsfi-FirtH*.land Journal of'Tt.Yw ;
of tfiitfilon; fraind: ; districto t.
oJ councillorsJn HIM* bbt
:providAfcr&,; ejection. oountyy1a.zriiies: frort i Ferry, my *1U publish.wwUfcisUil Istrday pftteoJttcottifl
% bv atfe"kjcnrafe.Jfnowledgrf.'JiAp antuivomnatteriug people the election of all State mthie4: O&rd Mu1i hriitbei4e, !
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u vftCAOun table.to c knd' )haf if \IIk1 bebet.tp ;by J :4 rl old foachsdJ AutMOmi tail,add t4tt to'tbU 0. .3 .' _
j prohibits S or
t : si? er WIflL erth,,kaae*: bTTnter'of-Euelid, officers;by the f'eopl*, # appropr isecta-| wBerf leWV eftadl bll braokd on Ibe sttpl* IT.Iutd; cit;-- :,- -- -. S--M-t 11. .

u &t 'ih to do Is to ke iiyt vt1'o hW'1Ie.dioY.hp atfonsV: the public nfoneyto support itsd 4th S.1atLr-CQ1b2.sd-i: lsstb i bidd. BR ,
or P rCbQOh. 'i. Said MnleJe'ft on th 'Wtb of Mrab, I s5'admfletp&J1 )m& tr -
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f'f AJ hNEY'3AjNntho3itO AT: E citY CO.UNCiL having engaged PSL. H. :W DISCOVERY OF THE AGE!, :. D VID; :G; 'WILSON: ; ....q' MERcHNTrAItOtDwzz

I ,Nlt1S,. PrIzl1)alof2heFelbbas8teem. .,, .i ; RKADTFcmnamrro'JJAi C
attention WOODofera (or4l&1e. IwHr .. iw i.. DG '.L"'fD t
.. VI7T r V JU-iifled. pt to j>hi rrinpt< carejn the (; and Ma.D.B.Cz.aroN Tea'cber in the En
I Leattur, Qaker. "4 ib rt.r. C.ilb un give'notice thatibe School will eon: hair which has bec tDe'grey permanently to its original and other vessels his usual supply of Full adWinter'Gowk at'the well For the tCOIIIII '.(
nndfl the superintendence and dir ctiori.of tb"- -all of which were eel ctejltbT,himself i N" receiving jkoown,5JUJ C CoI4..Ia4 e.. ..
it it
r F bruaT11'1. 1855. 7 color-brings out where Is gona atjd arrtvta Clark A'Siffltn'idi. i-bdi'"Dierlj t q
named gentlemen'on Monday'SOIL; April it where it is falling off cleans the head pf UK dandruff: fn'New York, and purchased onthe 1 most faora'beterms. J obcopied by Made tldtbilr.IYI' chfd'BPJIdUW U& I .J
: LOXO & GI4'. !. general educational course in this Institution and itehiug. removes nU cutaneous ; and many of item'at reduced'prlcw,which will ,enable asaortlnent of Superior Ready Otbe4r. LuUE DlPlatl.I.. tea = :
.eruption, renders Oooda.C1oCaJjiDWt: Vesting*, & ,
in'all' iog composed .
its .
English branches including him to his euatomtt'll.and all who may fa CO". $ .; ,
the supply
ATTORNEYS to their original vigor and tour a .'
'L LCGfG 4 J. B. O.: ? Geography Wi iting.Book-Keeping.Arith- organs strength,and low if not lower than Fm Black4>reM Frock Coata. Qatry. The numerous letters .evan.0.
thus supply nutriment rnd, coloring credit, at prices certainly at i..W JL
.f matter to it
i nJack'&ad Col'd Breasted Frock 'and tat
: Single
it& themselves in the pra Algebra. Geometry plain and spherical Tri- It does uot color the hair, but is, in, abort, a perfectHair any bouae in this.city. They.io part consist of Business-Coati J' qeata. infbrmig us of vres t -.'0IIi' ;
P m Ul attend the Courts in the Middle with their application to Astronomy, &&, and Tonic. fFancyistapte imoiediat neigoborbooda warrauf M ia
S iuvigorator Dry GooAJStatWiery t ". .>! M Fanoy OttsaimeTe < 'do. do. do of tM bat it not 111. besta.
Cherts and the Ditrict 0D8 very
f", )rcme TatUMuee.Oi&e Greek and Latin Languages with Greek and To the youiig who ,so much admire the beautiful] Boot*aud Shoe, DruWand Perfumery. Bhick scad Colored Cloth Overcoats now' \xSar the public.. It armcet. J"f
State* at -
lock and ringlet,he feels thAt will be QniMW- 1
Antiquities also the French, Orroiau.And be pardo j j jj lardware. M BlaeJt Doeskin,Panta and not aUl cures '
ite tile Coort House.Oetobcr ; ;>' 1 .the. IJ .!jd J
opp he the advieesuggestetlby Hollow WafeGroeeri ," { ; t '
offers long study e I.
will be all trlioee flDd 4l. Fancy iand Oql'd Caisiinere Pants, aU otha .
languages taught to pupils : When Coogh preparations
: S8,1834. ly tensive bcrvations it is to dll'C:1rd ollcofog 'A Glase' ;. Iron and SteeL,., k., '
u ; Crockery Ware .
and Silk Vests
_--- desire such a course of instruction. The City ne Black Fancy. baa relieved paUeot.aaicin Druggists-L .
&: with'the named stimulating oils lor the hair,and keep al\"a.r.s.upoo the lists an Cape, ; ; Bagging and Rope. PaneVelvet do and "
Byx-d' together following gentlemen Pbywoabs)can testify. A* Ie1iIItIi1:,
toilet butte of the Oil AcAc.: '
a restoratirefuroeeasio011 Bonnets and Trimmings, Ij'Awta. *,
j C. do. Cashmeres
the Board of Trustees viz: f your nearest town, what baa been bit
RE tww&receiving'and peni and we can safely predict.that,Iienceforth, inVer, Men and Boy. Clothing; D.n. rt
41 G. ENGLISH, FBANCTS Kffsa, lock Whit Marsailles do. the eifecta ott.a.eiae. Ube" .t
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: 1 E. H. Rcminrti and Scliootier and bald JlCllda will be unknown: fur,'utl< October, 184. It i ,
1" BAKES AKVAU HO'KIKS, Olgb.the ". -ALSO-- for any length of time he will tall
: AND I f1' '
.tod tfKKlNa the I 18' 1.
t yf rose may bloes m upon downycheek4ha dink 6ne Shirt Cravats Black
-A assortment of Collars .
the areoflisringio tho citizens in be aDd the teeth Mary W. Wgjsa, ) Leon Circuit Court.. la ,
eye ever so piercing those ..
.urroulldi \ & D.McNaL Tcasta, Da. MILES sll. ot pearl' V Chancery'Jarpcs Wheaiid, Colored, Kid and Silk O1ovet..plhdjqtt- Below we give: ft few-extracts from lettm '
C-ntrevil1eafld -withheld .
c.f still if vs. 1
naturalLuuJ from '
11 ..r approved credit They have li NORMAN BUTLER.TERMS. and in flip it becomes first dead, the haIr Wages. J) Bill for direrce. 'i i iIT'apPCQr1 jog St'ooks3ottonaDd Merino Under-shkta Jeans. received lately regarding the virtue of lib mi-tiT!*.
consequoucc and harsh Drawer .Browu Gorton awl Lisle Thread i ,
,Fancy, Dr 8.8..of KoaiU. ;t
'4': great cafe tti suit this market; all f then grey or falls off nature will be robbed Of more g'to1be satisfaction of the Court that Hose ,White aad Colored;;Cambric Handkerchiefs, all Liverwort and Tar.Ga.uys II1i.
for planter's.use will be found at in Classics tbe higher branches of Mathemat than half its charms; auJ although it id a sovereign e named defendant James Wage;resides of which are offered to.the public on reaaopabla terms otmg your for three aci1statemybelief1ntssupeniorisy very tltea.beJi h !

'W : eal! au4.give U4 a'trial before Sciences&c, also in tbe Modern Langua remedy for those who are gray as well ?, tbOle who| out of the State:of Florida; it is ordered that a.benrhig and warranied as good as offered ia this'Market. practice years past .it i&Yidarv.I

L- Vtnt"it1e.. 'Aprif 14. 185. mentioned, per annum, $SO i are bald. still all see the propriety of umklug,only on the facts 'charged in' said bfll"be had .on the let Call and examine. : ovesfloj f

Notice. in Englieh branches not fccluvJed, in the i tuoh an application to the hair and o&p] ann calculated (day of May, A. D. 1855 : Provided, That a copy of November 4,'1S34.;' commended des with which I acquainted.' for "WCIa.lit II.
J 1 12. to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state. this order be published in mine'newspaper printed in ,
-'t -. LI*persons indebted to the THOMAS HAYWARD Intendant. Tallahassee for the of 'three months before the Meatrs.! FiLig/rald 4 Benaen,writ frcvileN. t .
A. from the Edilorf tfo Kent Estate Adeertiter 27 space .DB.:A.. ..c..Homceopathio. McCTS O '
1 : LM late of Madison County ;8, 1856. 17 Schoul-Street. day appointed for said hearing, say-'Tbe Urerwort i__ TI
$!f1I : lv r+red.S4.make payment to me. At Chambers, Feb. 1, 18U. Physieian. jag idaily more popular in this Country' ; uI'usJy .

}t! efaims aif aitist sail estate are requested A. PERRY AMAKER, I Bosrox, March 20, '64.Pn J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. at the residence oi Jodf McCantt teD so. Al1wbobavetrfedit.peaIn.<

.\f;( ". withhr&afiin* prescribed. by law, or .I >f. Wood: Dear Sir-Having b cotne prematurely : Eeb.3.1855. 6-3ro, OFFICE of'Monticello, Fla. ble tenpe fit, and sav It b verybeneflekl Da 't

!L; 1S e plead ta bar of their recovery. .T LA'il1 t quite pray. I was induced. some weeks since, to I April 28, 1855. ,2m 17 the complainte for whtch it b recommended7Our
make trial of hair restorative. I have used less f I .1 ,Age t in Piekcoe District 8. *?'
:LtDMAS ) TALLAHASSEE FLA. your Florida Hotel, -: C,Mr.SL RV! .
j.: tx-tifficio J 21. 1853. 20 thiki two bottles, but the' gray hairs have-all (dillnp-j Notice. Fall. assures UI that be aIeIlt with ntb.O.T, "k.
1ra'usOfl C. TU)[I\Mb U..J8:L neared : and although inv hair ban not full atbin..1 MONTICKLLO, JKFFBRSON CO NTY.A bs| own tumly. and recommeodj it to his pbon.-

'i8 ,- xALL D. P. HOLLAND, its original color, yet the process chnuge is'gradually; undersigned gives notice to the pub SIX MONTHS after d at4. the undersigned Bradford admin He gfve*air kwfaDee of. K n.Wotaaa,u kit ,
Notice ruing on, and I have great hopes that In a short time TH of the estate of BL B. ty, wbo had been suffcrfpy wjth ditttM
AND that he baa the in otlJae
AT LA w.Quincy # refitted Hotel I ed, late of Leoo will exhibit hia final aceotuH Xun
indebted to die hiiir will be as dark as formerly. I have also been Ooonty years attended with. wiirtlioJi
persons ny Monticello, formerly kept by'Oa'pt. New- 'UUQach.who
Florida and vouchers to the Uou..Judg. of Probate of Leon
-. late of Madison ), n'gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor ofhe will be prepared to receive visitors by 13th and ask to be bytbeLiverwortandTar.Such -

.4* lierebv wqatwi-4 make payment to practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir hair, which before was harsh and dry, and it has of November The house is now in thorough repair County, EDWARD BRADFOR&discharged.- Administrator. are the good reports we bear of this&4kM

L in j cUiidt cgnkist.eaid estate aro and Jackson and Franklin Counties. easod to come out as formerly. and will be so managed as to promote the comfort of' April 14 1865: 1&: era. from all parts of tho ,8Out .. for a rtport U th*in*. ,
thorn within the tim prescnbed by 23, 1852. 42 tf Respectfully yours, D. C. M. RUFF. guest and boarders. Attached are good stables prising cure it.baa p forawd Ja tU TTetUn. aod

.j. ; rill be pl.-ad in bar of their rcotcry..II.v CHICAno, May 1, '54.-I have used Prof. Woods where every attention is pnid to horses': Terms'as Notice Northern and Eastern SUUs w. woold fatiti tijnffcriog .-'
THOMAS.M.. WILLIAM SCOTT, j Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It preventsthe moderate aa at any other Hotel in the 'country. A patient to read the panpU i whisk ,

I1 aiidfufido : 'Tjjt NJ V AT LAW} hair from coming out, gives it a gloss and soft- share of custom is respectfully solicited. 18 hereby given that at the next session of th.t Genral pani s raeh bottle. To all, W.say,bate M";

Mudison- C. H, March '. 1855. DeHfl very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have C. BLESS. Assembly of the State of Florida to be beLl I! tope! ,.I, .4 _

MONTICELLO, FLA. entirely disappeared. Others of my family have usedit Monticello, October 28, 1854. ly 48 at Tallahassee in November next, appircatiou' 'iU'be i TRY THE 4
Salt.If !! 30.J853., :30 t 1 jan ,and concur with me iu pronouncing it all it profane L made to amend the Charter of tbe City of Apahchi- JODICIJBII,I '!

J {Y SACKS OIIrwaM fine Key ; NEW YORK. to be. HENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avenue. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE co cola. B. F.KOUR3E, ) BE WARNED SEASON !m J ? :'. ,
U : H. TAYLOR,. f} Cvmvtitter. And neglect not that cough which ia dafly.ra1'iag i
100 sacks Li\"trpooUSalt; milE undersigned, Agent of the0 kb rj J..mditt o aud for aaltfbr"McNAUGHT. & CALDWELL, J'BOF. WOOD'S ORIENTAL SENAHVE LISIMEST. J-. will receive applications for and make insurance 8, J3E&ZET ,} your eoatitadon,irritatw yonr,t thIua&ai41us /.

i-: >.. TO CENTER? A CO., : This Liuiiuent is & valuable auxiliary to the treatment against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, Apnlachlcola .April l 23, [28,] 1856. 'n and inviting oo that dread disease Consomptktu ben _

D t:*3/1854. W COMMISSION MERCHANTS. of some of the most formidable disease with Furniture,Merchandize, &c. o soothing aod Heahnjr a remedy-.)be oU. ped. .as '
Inch it is lot to coutcnd for Leon County IronWorks, Dr. Rogers'.Syrup of Liverworf arid Tar.:' "
\ our ; instance: iuftuna-; January 29, 1863. 4 B. C. LEWIS. .
New Establishment In .'b.20, OLD SLIP. (lion of the lungs and bowde. By a thorough and con TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Beware of Connfexfelts'and Due ZmlUtlona !

6mcPHE Subewibers 1854. 19 ly tinued application of this Liniment over the regions! of DR. LEWIS, T Establishment is.now in full operation. AH The geuuine article is signed AicDarw RoeiM, oa "

;;-.i: ..c_'. t. j fully announce the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseases RESIDENT DENTIST. orders will be attended to with promptness,and the engraved wrapt*r ar pnd each bottle.*
Tallahassee, Oils, White Lead, &c. are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, T FLA.Is all work done with neatness and dispatch. .1. Price $1 per bottle, or ai*'bottled fat U. SaId
particularly! among children, and thousands of mothers TALLAHASSEE All kinds of work, such as Steam Work Mill Work wholesale and retail
z-1; .tllin,; :: Ooumies of Georgia that they BOXES Window Glass assorted sizes 100 by SCO V1L Jt MEAD
CI/JCK AND WATCH Shop oo Kegs White Lend, pure, extra & No. 1. were they allowed to speak would with all the now inserting Artificial Teeth on the Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery, 1 1 1 Chartres SL & .Conti and St Louis If. a

tvu o--rtrs betow McDongnll's Buok !! Linseed Oil, eloquence of feeling aud affection, bear their united new and improved principle. with Shafting, Pulleys Hangers Plough Castings Brass Sole Agents for the Southern SUttt to .kern all

t1 vill be- rca.dyat all times to do ever Lard Oil, testimony to the faet that it has snatched their children continuous gums, from one side to the Casting, ;.; also, Sugar Kettles of any size kept orders and' applications far Agencies must e ad
V.- \j i.rk in tiiMr law. Chronometer, Zinc Paint, from the very jaws of death, aud restored themto other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the constantly oo band .All work dona in such establishment dressed.tlT. .

rr.Cvlinderand common Vertical : Fire-proof Paint (bbls.! and \ bbls.) their former health and beauty. Again jt will be lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly will be done by us, with a particular regard to I for sale at all the Drug torts in & *-"It.

r- ;J, AtthesKortesfbotJce; also jobs and >Train Oil 1 bbl.Copal Varnish, I found a powerful auxiliary in removing what ;is generally life like, and restoring the original contour of the face, the strength and duiablity of the work. .r And&or.4 Agency k>every Townj tb* South..
-. -Inscription. Bystrict attention to ue in barrels and at retail known us an Ague C ke. or an enlargement or so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls Competent Workmen always readiness to put up Fbrusry7,1855.] _.7 8m
determined tHat none tball yo away D. H. AMES. the spleen,indeed iu all case where the external application in Middle Florida fur Full Setts. Those wishing Full Engines.ic. 1-

N. B.Go d work Hon aud 11, 1854. 45 is of service, tbie Liniment will be found useful Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. Terms will be liberal and all work done striutly for B. eswax I Beeswax !II

-- mouth's credit He will warrant, in eveiy instance- satisfaction, and cash or accepted orders oo some business firm in this T'lTTT ANTED in aoy .b or Iradfl.by.

;:.-4' -: J. C. I-IIOF. '"O /iI VEGETABLE: MACIL LIFE rILLS.nL:8. prices. to suit the. times. Terms Cash, or when called place, liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper M4 titta Y A,RO WIJEfifOctal.

March 24. 1855. tf GARDEN SEEDS. i IOt"4 Brass. 1854. .42': .
1 FlEII'. May 3053. Prof. O.J. WOOD Dear _. :
:- June 24. 1854. 25 All letters must be addressed to I
GROWTH; OK 1864. (post paid)
$ Sir; :-As we have used and used _. Andrew S.Garr .
fur aL 'LjM& Ctfenit. 'Io
seen a number tt > -
,: Goods.Siibwsribers J. M. SHINE & Co, Tallahassee P1 .
Spring ,
: Bajra; Flat Turnip, Cabbage. Beefs. :.' of Veritable life Pills
,. years jour Magic we are prepared WHITE & SLUSSER March 11 185.. 10 H. : ,-
'. T'fl- are receiving received D. H. AMES. to recommend them to tbe public as superior Lewis Curtis, t( a/. ) ". .

_. ;: .:i Remihgton and other recent IS, 1855. 't6: all others and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor Wholesale and Retail Dealers in' Copper, P. B. BdOKA W'S. TT appearing to.UM Court by affidavit madeja" this, .

p. assortment Goods suited to the which tho/ are recommended: Tin, Sheet Iron, liritlania 4 JapaTlfd.1Vare.Cooking JL case that the following'named defendant b), the

I mer seasoa. consisting in port of COTTON PLANTER'S' B. B. Leach, A. 8. Pettis, B. D. Albro, P. Jacobs, LifEBY UB' SUE STAiL S, above case reside out of the State of Florida,"aad eat''

-I Hats. Oriu Buzzel Spencer Suusell, Edward Gilber. John Parlor and Wood Stoves, of the Middle Circuit of ''Florida, and -iu the plaes"

; Fine; Palm Leaf,Canada, French,and are-Elo"\.1.So.-:0TALUIIISSEE .Albro Lucien B. Sweet, Elias R. Sweet John Hacn- .,1. received all trimmed and in complete TALLAHASSEE. an, FLORIDA. bereinafter designated, vix: Rjcb rdHOgde ,,AUlT.
raft, Nathaniel Gilmore Jaiucs II.Pine JUST
'. aiiters-Bliick Leghorn. Super. FLORIDA. Win. Johnson, C of the latest improved -patterns and in- Anderson and BUpbeaCamLr .who laida ia that .
-2" Johnson Williams, O. Lawson, C. Fnrrar, D. Landers. THE Proprietorwoo1d State of New York Charles Black who resides 1 ia tt
4 leuhee Bloomers trimniej and u for sale at reduced prices, and will defy competition bis friends and the ; *
-p PHOF. WOOD Dear Sir r1 '
:- :Having used, and experienced State of LoniKiana Charlotte E.Geddee
., fur neatness and service. ; George!.
PLANTTES durability _cL_ that he has rebuilt his_ _
i C\oU11ng, wart'i and other oft.'ils and the aJ- the effects of your Vegetable Magic Life public Geddes, Erie- WiUiam.Lt.lieMarj Marfctrei XrtJb
i Counlitsin Floiidaand Grurgta: Pills in family, I will that House Work. large Brick Stables, at tbe old stand and u now
.S.li, Frocks PaTei).. and Pants' my say as a family medicine Charlotte Cumming" Leslie, ElVaoor SmchurLNbac '
'! ,- Alpaoca\ Ci-ieeu's Cloth, Oassimere undersigned subscribers return to you they cannot be valued too highly., I have used Roofing, Omamt'lItulIIcads for Cutlers Guttering, prepared to accommodate his friends and customers Janet Leslie or Dunbar. "Wery Lesli.-or'Cam; *raai.
:; Gra's adBtc'untnen, Marseille init grateful thanks for the very liberal hem: in several bilious attacks and inflamations, and Tin conducting Pipes, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead. Lead, He also has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith Helen Leslie or Brown,Margaret Van Bane or Biases"

: a le,.. Al&o v .U,SLirta,UndcrelitrU which has been bestowed upon IM, through I will say that their virtues cannot be too highly ap Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop Work of every description Shop where he will have have and done all work kinds in pf William Leslie; Imbaeh,Helen Gumming' Imbach aad':
ctc. Lc. ;{ siucc we have been tugaged in the preciated for in every case they have speedily triumphed done with neatness and despatch. Plantation work Horse shoeing Carriage Margaret 8t./Clair Bbck who mi<}e-n urop faba'
Weighing .Selling Business in4his over disease, and hence I feel in duty boundto City aud Country Merchants will find it to their ad. the very best manner and with promptness and dis Walker Anderson who resides in the W.tm Obvok l >
4$ Shoes and Boots. again offer ouf services the ensuing fea- recommend them to all. They operate perfectly vantage to give them a call before purchasing else- patch.November. of Florida.

M4; A complete assortment. Together old stand, aud hope that our duty in the I ca y, producing; no uucasy sensation, vet their opera- 5, 1853. H'To It i is ordered that said defirndaoti do appear and. .

L' plies of Provisions, Groceries. Dry of your business heretofore Las'bem so I tion u thorough; and I am saiiified that nothing more c.tr N. B. All our articles are manufactured from the Old Settlers of Florida. answer the bill of complaint filed,m thia ease. that bto

ti Wood-ware, and nytions of all sorts. as to secure your patrouage and influence I iu most Cases, in necessary than these valuable pills, the very best material nwl warranted durables-rob E. ITIclerc, late of the General Land say the said above named defendants who reside i

.; ;. for sale on ulul1lterms, and to the .. Very Respectfully to perform a speedy triumphant, cure. other will be offered for safe. Julius and Pension Office,Washington D.C, will out oft)! State but in the United States, within'foor

-- ,i we respectfully invite our very good BROOME i 1IEIR. Respectfully Yours, tlr. October 21. 1851._____42 attend promptly to all claims under Florida Armed mouths from the publication this order; the dr, t.
p4 troD the Public. 30, 1654. 39 J. B. SANG ER. Occupation Acts of 1542 and 1844. Persons who Pendants above named who reside}D" Europe 'withiifnine

,. -. McNAUGAT 4 0. J. WOOD CO., For Sale. were settlers under the said Act of 1842 and having months from the pubicz6ottFd.7uMrn4) .}
Newport March 17, 1855. Admistrator's Notice. Proprietors, 695 Broadway, New York. FOUR small Farms in Wakulln County containing complied with the requirements thereof have not received the defendant wbor resides io ihe W t nLCircuit

in 114 Market Street, St Louis. 1 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and the PATENTS for their Linda can have them obtained within two months; provided that. publication of thb
Lumber Lumber having demand against the estate of' D. H.Ames, Agent, Tallahassee, Fla. out houses on the same. Enquire at this office. or attended to by tbe subscriber. order be made once a week for the tune aborelbhital
Loch late Jefferson, deceased, will February 10,1855. 6 October 14,1854 41Executor's for the of the feodaoU above oatfn)
I. It CARGO OF DRESSED ) that them Also claims prosecuted for Pensions Bounty Lands. appearance
they must to the under
,,. J\."arrive from Pt"ll ac,la, confaistins authenticated within present the time Notice.ALL Scrip, Back Pay Ac, Ac., on the most reasonable I who reside in the United States and once a month for
Notice. the above limited for the of
period u.
terms. appearance
:! "to n quality this notice will be pkad in bar of their
Ii t }:BOAK.DING. and SHELVING. all indebted to said estate re persons indebted to the estate of Dorothy S. ALL persons having claims or demands against or REFERENCES.-Hon. LEWIS CASS U. S. Senate; defendants above named who reside iu Europe.
.. .' CVPRE35 SHINGLES. All of \ ; persons make immediate ore ore requested: to pay the same to the interested in the estate of Matthew J. JAMES COOPEB and Join WILSON, "Washington D.C. ClLUtEBX&S. 1

;..-*:. IK\V,if engaged before delivery from to E. E. BLACKBURN payment to the undersigned, and those having, claims to present them Allen, lately deceased, whether as creditors, legateesor Address Pod Paid, JULIUS E.MEIERE. J.WATLZS'BAKEE.Jadfe. .

... ; ?, f Ut. Flooring cannot be worked 1855. 19 8w Adlr.ini trator., f,r payment witfiid two years from this date or this distributees, are hereby required to present themto Washington D. C. March 10. 1855. ,.4jsn: ,1 p1 Noy.,.. ,|0i.

'. j price this can be sold for, by .-- ----- notice will be plead i ia bar of their recoverv. the undersigned, executor of the last will and testament Oct. 21, 1864. 65 6m --
-- -- --
: -p. April' 21, 1854. 16 Notice. J. GEORGE ANDERSON, 'AJw'tor. of said deceased, or lo Archer & Papy. his authorized SNUFF. &NWTO-CCO.
t-j -_- April 28,1S55.-W 8w 17 attorneys within two years from this date Wines, Syrups, &c. -- i. -

t. Groceries. after date the tubpcriber, late SLeiiff or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; Otard Brandy, Worcterebir.8&uc., PETER LORILLARD,

< Wm.R.Pettib : County, and Ex officio Administrator of Painting. and all persons indebted to said estate will please OLD Port, Fresh Lobster, No.4 2 CHATHAMSTEEET.HEWYOSZ
::4l EY'STjccved ,
;' ',, 'i 5 bbls.per Flonr. Jenurtto Patterson late of Leon County, "A TR. H. HARRIS offers his services to Heitizens make immediate pavmeut. Madeira, Shad', ,
} superfine will exhibit Lilt accounts and vouchers before -l--L of thin of Prrzii'Gxo fz: Learuuuu
#. *0 ** extra family Flour place and country as a Paintei. He i iJ ROBERT ALLEN, Executor Sherry Clams SUCCESSORS all '
Judge of Probate of said County and apply prepared to do work iu that line of every deauiption, April 21.1855. 8w J6 London Porter, Hallibut, aoCSjU TOB1O
;..i'- .:' 15Sides.6-hbda.Sugar, discharge from the administration of aid and in such a style as cannot fail to 151 I\"B satislac- Scotch Ale, Sardiues, COS in genera use. For particulars a.Pritt Cvrtrf.
ALFRED A. FISHER. Lion. Blacksmithing.A can be bbtained by addressing aa & .rna..tP-
Applications can left at Mr. Pratonous Peaches Towatoe
Brandy ,
5 'U luhmeut is one at t.be oldest t of th.kind m 11M Fjut4
e # 5 '" I'lain Hams, 1855. 18 6m Store or at Zucker's Harness Shop. TTACHED to icy Livery Brandy Cherries, Walnut *' States. : .
--- February 21. 18 5. 3m 8 ..tl. Stable is Blacksmith Guava Sr4ces
t ',*' 5 tierces Sugar cured do. : a Shop Jelly, Feb. It, 1855. 7-ly ,
,. to .' 40 bbls. Whiiey.c Land Warrants, in which all kinds of work appertaining Currant do.Preserved Pickles,

., .. 10" Mokssea, at tile h'l't3l1Jrice, and procured Notice. to that business is done in good style, at short Quinces, Raspberry Syrup New Go di. -

::- 20 Mess Pork those who have nut been able to establish m SIX months after data the undersigned executor of notice, and on as reasonable terms as at any other u Pears, Strawberry T HAVE just oeWd f1aU MX! WbUc
I the estate of Miles Potter deceased in the city. Farming implements, such a&.Turn U Ginger Lemon a ,
.4 ;..' 2 boxes enow, If any have received a lees amount late of shop L supply of QotbVCasfimcrM,Vtfrtbti k.
: ?, 2" Sugar cured Ton were entitled to.let. me know it. Having: Washington County,will present his final account and Ploughs Scooters, Rods, devices Heel Pins. Tap Sparkling Gelatins Ginger Jfjtof color style and quality, which Lam
$ -. 6; M best Span'tob Segars years experience in the prosecution and vouchers aad ask to be discharged from the same. Rings and Iron Wedges, kept ready made and constantly Flavoring Extracts, Pine Apple prepared to every make ,in the'it tutionabls'stjk.to

-,-- I. ; COO IU best".. Butter Oovcrcmeut claims,I understand fully the SHARPLESS EVANS, Ex'r. on band. This will afford farmers an opportunity Spanish Olives Salad OU, short nvtice and easooable.tenna up .
,, Foe,lid.1 by BERRY means of getting through the various De February 8, 1 855 5-6mNotice to supply themselves without being delayed. English Mustard, Capers ;
.P. P. TCRflVAW.. Claret Cider -ALSO-
:.. 1arvh4).IS&, IS at Washington I-bave in mv possession -- Sparkling .
,-. of 236 Florida, 87 Alabama, 120 I January 13, 1855. Tobacco. Old Port Juice A LARGE AiD WELL BELJCpTlf BTOCX owft

: r Inietau: M. Fol$om,ColDp'". ) Leon South Carolina and Tennessee Muster I TIlE Stockholders in the Tallahassee Railroad are STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSA.T Havana Segars. D. H.. AMES. YMAD.cJcrrt1i; a,

44 ;3-: 'LOl ; rt > }V ,10 engaged in the Florida War. If you : notified that an election will be held at 'oveznber11,18& 45 OonaUUng of" suilabti'fcir wuiljr wear,
'a.;; 1; ] 1izab th M. Folsoin,Deld't ) Bill I'Quarter Master, Pennon or Bounty Land the office of the Company' in Tallahassee, on Wednesday NEWrOHT.FPHE .. Notice. such Cloaks.every Coats Vests Paata A* At
aa TAuaaa
k; -L i totliesitisuictwn of in. No charge if I obtain no mocev. 27th June next,for seven Directors to manage undersigned still carries on the above business
JL TVpP w natoed defendant. 0. II.,BLOOD. the affairs of the Company for one year from that J. in all iU branches. Buildings well calculated for rPHE,co-partnership -TUWNO, rnWJQlET'co. which will be tpoaec.u..prieee.-
: ; the above Also, let of Pla and .Shirt .Oo&afft
er.o35 with unsettled business with himself date. despatching wagons. D.LADD. JL .having been disaolrad, the subscriber will a large ; Fancy' *
of Florida is
resides of the State
;i3: : out invited; to call without EDWARD HOUSTOUN. Pretident. continue the Undenhiria Cravats,, Stocks,flo.iay, :
the facts charged licrsaid are delay at Newport/ September 2.18"a .'n'.t"; ,. ,
ot-fit ittl Jr
& Those
hearing-oH >
1 4 March tde desirint: atboroogh P
(over Messrs. Bctton & Whitaker's Store 11. 1866. 11 Sent
tM cietetv-dayohMgnit( next Fla. MILES NASH & CO. own interest by giving'to. a call,;. U. all U.> ahor*ahave
.; ;; !ti" that a* py.of this onkn be pubfehed '; LANM, Act March 8 For Sale or Rent. on his own account t p. Q.-PDOJNEYJr tides been selected with ;fremt'ear' and with a..
.. Tallahassee for.the : 1865.Ageubv Dealers in Medicines &c. L .i
paper pnuted iu Drugs, Office Nous, ,CO JUCXXOAI.LfORAHAM WJlAU' Jrler La
address .
case sent to-our will be
) 4vr.rIfl:
t for charged" welling Home and occupied l
't months before'tbe'day. appointed. increase and $4 for new see fur our fee, .9iL, I. A situated inform their friends and the public ;that t 0R.EFEJlENOEs '.---i T 1 i ,JOIJ'.ATQIU3.. ,
AT -' by Bestwick on Je1fereonStreet WOULD .4
CuAMBrap. flJ'Y'; ) I. : October J' 1854.DET 41
:: Ma119, !85. -Srn.._ their Warrants Forms and Records opposite the new Academy. For Terms &c, on band a good- asaortment'bf such I 1.| .. :,. ')'oJ ., \" .,. .... .
J n.- -M l,C* ri -. Enquire ofA. or GEO. H. BEST W1CJ. articles as are generally kept in their line of business .4 "WEBB, J "FZAXSK 4 Col:' -
'p t .N Apprortd.w..J r Corn Mill TALIAHASKEC, FLA. February 24, 1855._ 8 3m and will be receiving regularly. fresh 'supplies Their 'Oop pi ,'!nitP- jt Co. ) GOODS 'DRY) GOODS

; : H. EVANS : 11\0'r'oi'. tbe- most approved L SI, 1855. 13 6m ,New .Boot and Shoe Store. Tallahassee April 9tl. 185314.. -'. 'brr N" 4 WHTtAk R' ; Wf
1 ....MlLLS'foraale the .* ''If ,Copartnerohip' jNoUce.. .1.), E. Remlagtoo, rr ) *.
:t .... Mills tt ya been fgrome tune ia nee, rrHE 1 undersigned take pleasure informing Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, ImHZ -' fo'Fall l and.Winter.etrleSrVa;. .
? gtgH and.lover part of, Georgia and Clrcnlt Court-In;Chancery ,I' customers and friends of John Lerch ,For Sale by P. B. Brok w. "- undersign d havt thia day entered J JJL intQ.J.. r Black Freoob Dc.aiiv; 'Iri1h' Ua"

utkfiUou,criudaig ,frith,...40 .and the public generally;that they have bought I. psitiierilputh'WHOLE8ALF t ', fey French'Cassimerei; 1n"ehc aDd Mr D isitfI -
p Il.sheclala.Y1t4Hi.tba the ariaary, .... 1 On, out bis Boot and Shoe.Sture, and are ready to make THE Subscriber has just received a ANDuAjETAILi FwyTweda,'. Damwk
'. I nlfed l t>iV( .TBe maker-fumiab. Bradford Adm'r.}j f Bill. up the best kind of work'in their'line. All wbo wish iy large apply 'of Carriage : Jt t Kentucky Jean* '.&ssrtedPI&k =

a.>ery. )twarnuite4t giN -'- Read tc Fur settling the any work done will do well to call They warrant .Buggies,'and Earnest which ha. raCor DBCQ.-DttSJiN. ; -ttl< &. Liui.eys, ', ,cirvla &rfiss,.'
at Aod affairs tbeir'work to be made at1 well u can be done any sale oo the most reasonable terms. UNDBK THB'ilaJUE 4XP ITYUI PFMAXWELL. .
of' said
and than
xan n* Printed Flanoek .4Laimasiaa.1
16 .& AdmV.l Estate. where else. They have on band the best kind of November 18, 18M. 46 .,.. '..' ., ". : .
1rit2iW6. .
} "do
I. Opera
; aJ.P1ad..
81 .
French Calf-skin and English Scl Leather, and offer ,1BR.NARP, !
Read !
dectti 00 their work as cheap as possible for cash. Notice. 'J\ BluA Denims, .tea7lad;
," FresbArrival No : wilLbp1eued.to-seeib.It; DriUa ,W'!." ,
t Crt
\ MaWIa. .wajiam M. t P. RUPP. months after date, the undersigned;adraiaistra*
nu SIX and-patrfoa at tbe old stand Fancy Calicoes .. Btcl..Jlr'a..
iNcw''i': rk 1856'J .,.
: "per.. his Wif .,aad "' January fl, : 1 tf : of th 'eltate of Eli sha McDauieLjdecaaaed\ ,' .THBY ... of th.Mortar English I Blaalnta .
Jroipi ,cor-
; ,
.Dt -
,. 'I t late of Leon County,trill present his final account sad : V.Iwc..W
A nJ
Nails. Clinton streets, whey. Printed Gissifa IIJIa.
'O ntb.i.. per." 4oJ dt. of the Hon.. of Le- vouchers and ask to be discharged. .. ,, ',,:[ aad..iieral' i .
-tirE- '. ..4 of' cr Judge hand .1 they ."j1J L Jl a -foil srtnieot of art!* -dId ',
A 1QtOs
; ? .Ii Boda, i A on and for. sale low by iHINTON J. S UND ..Adm"r. : "I -
:t "t". I. & Ootui mad.on the 8tb day of Fcbroary JLVWr 'HEUtARUST.August i.we rtamnrtothey.-iLae'oC.: Lsainsss,and acliait I 1i-i't ..
t.ttr D.cezibar9,1844. 43' 6mHided '
"'j"J: .1.1.. .; :. eaow aforesaid, I do.hereby gira notice 19.186'.sS. ,J. tlw Jl0DI8 8 f.tber fiJ bUc.O. I .*_ ,: : ;;
.jc having chums said estate of 10 B T'" II M .
8c Dir.JIb agauwt Leigh ., 1M DrT-4s -.
; --.fl '.A : ; tbe same for payment u far as the asseU DBS,?'.' ev LEE Wanted.. i l' .' :. TflPAWZLL. pkma.'T" "
irfll'teod'WIthiia six toooths from Uas ; atUraod fleer ) $; il '} U Sdot fr .-. 1. ''tAte4u
4 DRY. WgiWea also :Pbsuari1.i! i''
: l' '1'NDERS hi to ier tCea t Ue itkeba. "
) a fical dUpotiticn of the MUD, be bad OOO ) (ln
1 J.t 'l.! ItlffJWr3
'opSboti may .JL P Skins (or wMcli the highest marketpriei'wmbeb' -- -' : .
1 o ,Moot jedlo and ft tie/varjonf ... I =
mator' relaaxd from said adaaioistra : vicinity, in. A dm'n'Itr..a 1'0+
4u&-1l ,
tnAp9ixedIi > e < 4. branches of }bts profession. ''o can be found at all D. Q. WILSON. e. l' f : 1L.iLI ;fri .. -

.2 t.-.i;lJi II toO' ;".aiMJ'Oft '" HUGH''ARCHER 3 Clerk timesv whed-prore tngsfed;.{the MooticelWHotel l Octoben14,18M-, 41. -I..' _. I .":.LL eUIW'n.b : .1' Ut'' J' t.iW..r.tQl4 } 5gcxt
,.4i ( ? jQW ,,J__ ._ .
tj> iIhiI1 rklaiCtkJ.m B1 J ; : 7' \OM :
4' J.: 1' : 11 g .ITtan'
: m.dBp klMcaterin Chancery. G ..J. = : : :
"tri\n'. ,* -. .January lSi 1855; ; 2 t.. U'I : _, ,/ Diy o.-, .. erI.t4,
Cihiburi'a; 24 m 6m ". s1 J '
10)a.: .i1 Vir O.nibtni -. .'___; I ; ;fltAIcKrS. Osnaburgs,Sbectkig 8hbtiagja., 4ec avd,are hereby &J4e.t ; .j Jr.1. ,----t
.i L tbt f :". r'I'W("Bni'Sbeeting; i II or ,. JU r & .1). tc, landtag from Samsoo and for bale by.MNuanT ifn apd'demanda withla two'years'from the4It4be! $ ,p I'_' ih1lCr .. f
;. 4J.l0I dj' aulegre'StiRdc1th ker and, Biscuit I Iachlnea.JIE ., 1 ;STEWAOTrTJETILL ;. : "' .Q1U6.0t ... to*tbe'tnjdmkwxVor. tb '>aflM vJU be!Uored.t aodj. L 'J .pnW.--_.
; 3 lU ,(j f 41 ;:: : 'Indebted td thsd dfc< sd ss I_. khN
M :n.. t-W Wood : .H.I..J.'HcCOLLVJl.-o. 'ATTiQRYS AT\f-A.W : .1 _E-1 I ') _t : .a1I$iIdr : ? qu :. p
? n. .1..4' f--:' BKRRY ROWLES:' ''t : manottotirioe aDd!have'-eooaiaBUr: oo'band IIU'.pX1i.4 UAwLTO2( 'n.oRttfI .t. j'D lIant R Urd: teet W_.1r..wojeidjatji,.paymeat to. 4heiu1cribertsidug = :.O
: ; VF P1dda.. :
J. A OQTT onceUuJefterson
S' 'J ( 11. their suoerwr-CRACKKR. : '. ,' ), -4 j'DOfCUI/7* W iI'WQ hi M tnaty, .
: p1I1"\tI ; ;, 'f" pJ. alt their later/patented MACHINES various sizes.wilh "practk ..iB:ali UM'Court,qf i1s Md4le rfr'ejiritwjj :!fs'iJ"1ift it7foU. ,JgncO. .) bz t'1J85. ;'T'r- 'm.1 J."e1rinn1 ". ..- ,
iopTOTemeatt, .
'- Also i'i1 ,?,T. VCireait; ia OalomUa.aBd AVffaua, !10 thsE: h 'D8 Q tbd confinemeut la"any Jail co t.Iet.DTTpt : iWK..JH1DD ttad Qcf ...

# 1f9"KM 4rtvi r U'g' .t M4rsti4Im Oven erA Cim aodb tbe adjoining. Potmtie f/3aorgia.( 4 bin,'f f Negro-Felbv.: naraed BDHEEL, L .A. .' i It..e. .,t ti tI.ernr, : .

of lrJgnf1ut. J."f ) l""; 'U", who left plantation Decatur Coo i ;: ) .fl. ,TtaJII.U.... d94: ', 'Iot I .
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