The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
June 16, 1855
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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:
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.

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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by:
Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Semi-weekly Floridian


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Snt&an&'ffiits&oItje -of Mexico,Jtnd:-\tUalw'and'P4cifieYnd' i commander of th j, rpQpspnqr t9>.tiie .forma-- hundred- and eighty dollars eac1 ; elerkor compenution t 'acrerAnd ,
iivreqolrrf ckvitgoy9rzpei4. secretary to,:the President of laWs and do4mn ti; fnc'ladiig d .h I-
; diu the Unifcxi Stitei tejo1Iow. eirIttion tfaatlt IH?brbn"gl tmn T' ni4 bi3tfurther enacted, Tliat seven hnndred and fifty two dol i and tran poiiationflflo.u thiuiand
art hereby, iui aNd ( r r311IrernOV-- & Imo1jWty.: thousand dpllar* be, andie lajrs draughtsmen! two thousand, one hun :.4re4 dollars,* y ff fc :
oXt ?v i ra- the' Ireasorv- ; z1js1eky, ) 9priateHto ba expended tired and sixty''dotlirs ; chaplain'! of Senate of For,statipcryJLu&books,. *\ tuj' oddt*
.Wt ropriatel otherwise, approf 6anyrnGnoJ, >rfated"ibr i' the Sdpport"C > ollaHtHr9 itigvth,4oIb sM trftc b aid Jujctpn) ftlieu\Var Department,' seen hundred and flfty"dolt .rs-.rnking; nnd attendance, ,fornitare, fiitores ajrsoas LT .bixr4 4ii1k6id
., ioipiriaiiopj rxf seventy thousand two hundred psrntrng'aTJ'd'glEtrbg.sixtfiouiAtio
r4na 1th$ fietb'of c.-unels and eighty .
Ighhard fr.rztb flfb' g44xjnnedajiestojie eupIoyed for wilitypurposes. four dollars* .. .. dred. dolUn. ; ,.y si:;- i uw j

4a1araiurri: ; d' K. "; iu. For.-i.-lbs* -cpntlngont. bxpeuthe.Sen.. For copperplat printing.:
% icr4 And boil further enacted.That the ateviz : ,. 1d.| 9pe.hoar4! 4ct1p.ry -. r ; *
LU : prpyjwooa of the first sections! of the act enUUed4 For binding, forty-five ou1addoI1rs. For newspapers, and four S
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40f 1ibt 4act: jnaking,appropriations for the For lithographing and eogravmg, forty-five .. 4 I' i1 4t! 'ilr1 -
t$1 & adds mfraufry 4 ihe "cohimahdit officers it support of the army of the years eodiog thetitUi thousand dollars. .. ; / ./ *rt ?It1:1: TZI t ; i 4 .
t.rJ.eaUdg thfrepot 6jaj"finx! M iwcBssirf to oC June: one $thousand eight hundred For books, five thousand' dollars. tiotisMd!. doflars.- c Tir- d jJ4a Ii
y4 T&v.a1dtF ancl,fifty,one," approx-ed September twenty For stationery, twelve thoua dollars.. .,, 1 otgad!1.clerks I to"* emppjoyea :
$ tbeiredindfhty ce oFti! .UDitod5tate3 tPor: oiitirtgfenViisr ofthevarniyV[ slrthonandxiolara. eighty eighteeaUqndrpd and fifty, granting For Newspapbts, tnrfle .'thousand dol ring w sesmoii of tomrosa' qt % !
-- ven"*-thousana* -seven- .,-J : ri> extra,pay, tor the officers and enlisted men of lars. .1 t> TO,. pewabft*&##?*? thi offlc ofA dttve tfi3flari and 4fTt6fI.ewtLn ,, ? rthemediealand hospifal departments, the'army sarvmg. iu.Oregou and California, I For Congressional Globe-and binding tho 6 ;cijr 4W.$
vz j fifly tkx UiousarKl-.fiTe 4mndred dollars.luFdt bcxteidedto, the office s and men composng.tb0 same, three thousauddi; >}hirC f- ofC onsre'sa st'r atpuersession. tO'fi. a-> .. *' : I
F&ca.thxfzthx2 ofio3ra '! L optingent t expensegnnf-the adjudantg | ;garrison of the post of Fort Laramie For reporting ,proceedings, .thirteen thou- va" oii ..ifc: J7.' :')> J !
*4ap4: uetal);$ departmeot, at7 divialon arrd depart OQ-tba.Oregon route, for the same period of and dollars; r* For *Miscellaneous" '*items! one. .
& 1 n 1ouhtrcfrd doj.brsth waa allowed by the eixtb section of For clerks tq "camriiitees, pages, police, dollars, Maisttqi
or commutation, ot forage forjcer* ? IO I the cct [ofjtbifd ,March, eighteen hundred horses and carryalls, forty eight'tlwasind dol* and siprvThg ? & ; ; sffsddaa -- ?

horte, biie1iundred fO rEtn4_ eghtindUn F-oi' h. !n4-fifty,threa. to the, officers and men of the lara. tOn of,. tile:.a tenniaI-, 1eiser.(. -.,
j ty. *. 4radimdthoudd6Ui .two. companies, of regiment of mounted riflemenrtbaf For miscelbuieouj, items, teny.jhoganj v ? dT '& :c' %! 4 UI
; rorr liaa'o'rtTothing'for officers' '$'or '- indj-;' garmoJQedFort Laramie ; and that dollars. -. .- ; .
ctTt.1; 1 thrIthdiedftnIi. .plies; one' hundred j t e prpyi&igns pfltbe sama. ;e.ctiopoftho: ,same For compensrition'and'mneage; of,0 members rgt* Fc2 UW i
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.. : r 4S iFor1 the rfurrelibexpxneii"fer>fhe)6r3g1fn'cinrfi) > ac| beal o p4ezIedi9.the o/Hccri and men of the H use of RepresenfjftivesaTjd de"lsgaVe priitt and cn- ravuigs' apiilive ikii't i1.
;oTh* composing tb ,escort io,the Mexican baunda- from Territories, six hundred '"and ninety 1 i: ?L' tZ '3J'Z .* s n ) / ns t j1/ o t.i*' : j. *
n1thA; pyto not' *. .Foetioaal thcv were servin ass four lhou>and nine hundred7and seventy six pro enile! \ K F 'Ao i'-'j-.v ,- ;

C9L2Stt qrt ._i dollars.. ciiose of)MessrsLitt1eJho wo d I \Vjym rSffiw* "d-i tjfcclw ry.
c on reeDjIslment t>ne- huudrea k 4es. ndjp11a.r.- ;, 1 a : p. And be further enacted, That For compensation of the :officers, clerks, five.hundred copies of tb ir; itew hundred! JnffBft7-8Hl ff? ">'-' ,
WHwiA* csA >o vii* For repairs and improTwnents''andwaejugory the laws'gr.inting extra pay to officers and messengers, and others, receiving an. annual U'heaton's Elements of FormB&Hfet&oas ife ?fmV hViJd l anM
For 6qb lEtence inkirS? otie* at HarpetfsbFarryUilrty Iwo spicier wbo.have served in California, apply salary; in the service ol the Hotrso of Rfpre- be distributed, the fyrejjn; min r: -
hundred anoicht and sixty- lious od.six hundred and seventy tire! 'hi1 chaplains who were attached to the aunyjo sentaties, viz, clerk of the House of Representatives lBorisur31; '!dhd to the dep rtme tS (Jl.Fpt .
do1taraffieyt17e&itS. I*.fr '- -. ': ; .1 California doling the period embrace by three thousand six hundred dollars thUfliatldfivt! HcMdred'tfoIlarsl *'* tknirtnintit -
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For repairs and Improvements and new macliinery such laws.SJBC. ; two clerks, at two thousand one hun Toemble tho 8ecr taTyoUBt for siatiane"' ..BIsiK DQqxs, bmdfoff.'aajS.
OtT VAUPdtL *n ever1tyfoutthousand at JSpringfleld armory, fifty four thousand .7. And be it further enacted, That dred and sixty dollars each ; seven clerks, at cbase filty copies each, "of-- .; SR
eight hundred and seveolj'raix, dollars !- .dollars. the annual distribution of arms to the several one thousand eight hundred dollars ; Sergeant and seventeen of Howard's 'For
w4, fiftjrnkje: cettts*. np For.nev.machinery at Harper's Ferry ar States, under the act approved Apiil twenty at arms, two thousand one I undred and' sixty : Decisions of the Stfprenw Cou'rt..
F5; fleeg1asup1le of die quarter-noas- mory, \reotytlioussnd dollars. third, eighteen hundred and eight, entitled dollars ;' door-keeper, two thousand one ted StAtMn>e hundred. ; ;
of fuel, forage in For repairs, preservation, and bontingencies An act making provision for arming and hundred and sixty ;postmaster, two thousand To ennble! the Secretary of ,
ifdbxfloJ t1depatinet4 of Arseoals, fifty thousand dollars, and equipping, the whole body of the militia of one hundred and sixty dollars ; one messenger chase ofM ssrs. Little Brown and V.tyro- thousand Uf&uu qjrt uu ua
t the svra1I& for cQQtinutngrihe construction of the arsenal the United States," shall bo hereafter made at one thousand fctven hundred ajid fifty two thousand copie* to (he tenth!! J i *
witi armiefitd at Bemeia: thousand' the number ix dollars and the Dnitrd States at Large o ya.Bk *
ClifOrfliaorty dollars. according to of their representative > eighty cents ; librarian one Statutes boojMjibjnoVas.. f oifsrt.
for ttd h re' of th .fli'st .ah4 And it'ariareby' protW&tTth t'ttve annual *,ftud senators in Congress, respectively; thousand eight hundred dollars ;jeading'clerk tribotiorr;'agreeably! -to acts of ? ethccg -; l I A ?*p J *

theacompanief1Tgartller3' compensation of the cull np rfnfendenU of and.that arms be distributed to the Territories one thousand eight hundred dollars! ; clerk rectinglhe dfstributiolf of the"others* !a .&.,-sg: Id4
'tfe regiment of Counted, ri- the national armories, be.two'.ibousand five aod the District of Columbia, in such quani- to Committee of Claims, ono thousand efght seven thousand'oToflars.1 .- "** j '&Zis.ffr Mfc -.

flcn cn and such companjea of infantry asmaybBtnonnted huudred -dylUrSj u kiiout per uisjdes, albwaiices ties.and under such regulations, as the president hundred dollars ; clerk fo Sergeant at aims, Northeast JBxectrtive Hnlldrng.- .-. ,i ,-crow-. n. j-- --TS=JiL*, -r
; and also for tho authorized additioos ofr aoy.kiod, qoarteraexcepted in his direction, may prescribe : 1'rovi- one thousand eight hundred dollar ; five mcsenger pe hsatiori of / fprreG n ji JjeoWTa. jj r rJye
n&flhir AGl !ers* Horses when serving in andthatthd same, be paid out.of any ded, That the Secretary of War shall first equalize .it one thousand four huudre.d auu' /ni; ; 2 :y0 labo're'fs .oCthe: / ej i ig .ai
the,- eId .and tfae outposts; of straw for \so!. money iu the treasury otlionvisa approcontinoit a3 far as practicable, the number of forty dollars- each; chaplain! seven hundred totive: buildng.tnTeJTthou4AnJ'eight! '
4ier&fr4ihng .4 -of 1iqery, idwJiug8914Je1P phtd. arms heretofore distributed and now j in poses- and fifty d.llarsrrialdng, ; forty three th.9'4; and t'frd dollars. / !"* } *r ; ,, '& ; a'rlr., q&.ijgj, : ifiir 'F gjh(9 nrvey of tew northern sion of the sevcra}.States, so that each State sand nine.hundred and six dollars.and eighty For (Tontin entexp'eoses* o>f uzd! k'9C.blt4k
prhitii J1.armf aod m>(itwe) tem Iflkff, iucloding Lake tiuporior which has rcctiycd I, lusc than its pro rata Mhri1 Cet3. I .v- tizf S. "ir
r gua! ,fifiyutboi aiid dollars w t shall receive number sufficieot to make an For the contingent expenses al of- tlm S House "Tor rcih : KWad .
hundred and ninety F r fcurxe fe /iiilitiry t1hp.nsi 4cihzi1z! ibi g..- } jrUancl.Jiror.tjer, fUt,en thousand dol- the present number of their rop- For binding documents, seventy thousand Departineqt: Tor f. : S
.2erg.e; $ are.j" jJ (jt r LI. nForjprirttiag resentaZiy4aand; senators ia Congress, respec dollars. of the. Sec'rYtAry. of JTreasa'ry i ,,,
w4er 4eprtrpet n2 of postage ou j A now system oflight infantry tively., For furniture and repairs, The thousand SecretarJT of the1 Treasury. czerk\ |
-lirj'd.. a.pactsecesveta1Ltsein-S l3Jt t.o1., .': ,and rifle, tuoticp .to.He terrotyped, with sca; And .be it further enacted, That dol'r.r?. assistant'messenger, and labofefs'ln -tni thouwy ; ,
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1IsrvI ; rpe'eUrLftTiU9UifJUc1U. engraved plates, ar>4 for> procaring for distribuU0a there shall be added to the army two regiments Vcr stationery for members, twelve thou- fifty five thousand five1 hirn red dollarsr I
< to the -militia, of the Uhhed; States; of infantry and t>vo rfgimpnts of cavalry smu dollars. two dollars. Fox st4ut iJu J rtports, o p.
flna the itionaT.coaipena1&on tojudge adndwt book tactical instruction, including the organized as in the existing force ; and For twenty one messengers, including superintendent For compensation of the First r.'l..v _,, E "P' :t.
'escs regulations now in icoarse of preparation there shall be appointed by the Preside, by of foldrng and document rooms, and the clerks, messenger, and
v.-hie! onutcentb t1t j tnf tife 'etMTareh .thirty thousand dollars. < and with the advice and consent of the Senate twenty eight thousand four hundred andtbir- office'twenty nine thousand (oar h 4: .-' ..
era For. the cOmpeuMtion of the cleric nndmerfieager one,brigadier general, and that the officers teen dollars* and* twenty* cents*- ;* ninety.two dollars. hanover and ruMwRov..
pay- 6rrofdfoijerapldyedun3cf; tn direction in the office of commanding and men autho.ized by this act shall be For horses and carnages, four thousand S For compensation of the Second v. ': e .
i general, two thodsand dollars..For entitled to the sati>o provi ions for wound* five hundred dollars.- ler and the clerks, mossenger/and ihd ix&ea.
bVCk ua rters, storehoases, contingent expenses of tho office of the anddisabilities, and the same provisions for For fuel oil, and candles, two thousand five his office twenty"nine thousand two *t if ema, iw Klb constructiou of roaff*, aod commanding general, three huudred dollars. widows and children, and the same allow hundred dollars. and sixteen dollars. .
( cisLthbor; for periods of not WES ances and benefits, in every respect, as are For newspapers for members, twelve thou For compensation of the first.'A ) ,; stxtioOTllars. "
tL' ayt; under'tEe"act March second For arrearages prior to July! first, one thou allowed to other troops composing the army sand five hundred; dollars. the clerks, messengerasaslani* a. -
fiirnifred'and 'tifneteen, and Aragn sand eight bundled and fifteen, pnyable of the United States. They shall be subject For engraving and lithographing, fifty thou and laborer in his office, fortVone For misceUaneoos .cxpcnici a dpiiqe -
fhh dgbtPi f hoiidred And fifiy-foor, including through the office of the,,Third Auditor, under to the rules, and.articles of war, and the men sand dollars. nine hundred and thirty'six doftars hnndrea aanars: 3:- J* I
those employ edJkTterk5" nt divisious, an act approved May tjie first, one thou shall be recruited the same manner other For Capitol police, five tuousand four hundred S For compensation oftheSecona( For tKrt (General Parao ei of th'SOthPJ
Lad departmeatbea'd-qtldrts; expenses of ex- sand eight ,hundred and twenty, in addition troops, and with the same conditions and and ninety.dollars.! and the cierW, messenger, and 1 .- '' c-4.-t': f
m tbocoolier posts aod to thebalapce undrawn in the treasury two limitations. For miscellaneous items, thiry thousand office, thirty five thousard four F9r4the.contw.tzoc_ ftEe **zry)4
riD2thQ 1h1d-; pf escorts"to pay-master*, tbousao'l jdoliara! Sue. 9. it further enacted, That dollars. frixteetf dollars .* :; ,f "*/ ?. thrtej. dd PAb.
4tef dibqr g .i5ce/tand trains, when mil* For the, Capitol extension, three hundred to enable tbe.Presideot.of the United States For messenger in charge of nalj, ore thou f For compensation of the; Thirti I I
itIrI escorts tnnot bo.furnUbed ; expenses of and twenty five thousand dollars. to,carry. into effect the provisions of so much sand seven hundred and forty dollars; and the clerks messengers, osaiijut th0 United States; mMtSSigMfWfBX* >;jlrbottiA
tlDk4ctpeftt jftOn.commiwioned officer* To complete the road from Point Douglas, of this act,as .relates tof
'-auhorizedo1c funiHor*; hire OB Mississippi River,,to the mouth of the additional mJUtary force, such sum of money thousand six hundred dollars. and seven thousand five hundred Apprpred j
oUlCr*. in Like qaarUr-uanslers'* depart. Si. ;Jlus.! River, of Lake Superior, jn.Wisconsior I:not exceeding two ffviUioos fire hundred thousand F.or: feaddle. horses, six hundred and fifty two dollars. j. .ilow ( ,pn
ment, incht&Bgfiire cfinterpreterfl; spies and thirty.* four thousand, two hundred dollars- necessary, be, and dollars. -. compensation of the fourth ground, at t tht. j42 $ sfioa of, 4
gcidafej for (ae.acray cooipeasatipn, of clckto and thirteen dollars.and.filyf eeutsTo the same jber/eby/ w, appropriated out of any For laborers, tv/oth.ousand.5 five hundred and the clerks messenger-and tt" : <- "

qfficeri charter-master's deparjtpeot campleetbe{ from P oint Doo Uas, -money 10 the. treasury not otherwise appro dollars. ..,.. n_ t f + > u .7Fpr.pagcs scngrimii U office, thirty thousand othatntf4A 'M'
coMtc1u'foVag'd 'and wagon-masters.* to, Fort,ta4s, now .Fort Ripdey, thirteen priated., ,. .. five thousand 5- 5. nine, hundred atjd l df d dolls *, **, .pra1', ( toithv- -
tfr'at? of July fitth, eighteen thous nil Cjor jm'oidred apd ninety four dollars. -ApproedtMarcH 3.CLXXV. ,.18. thirty ix dollar i *, Fdr'inpensation of the" A i &J, r o
hI* rtj.eiLiefoi :the aweYe and.nine : ( Post Office Departmenl .taiS .
cents* v, aTo. v._ iPIrLW. For? folding! documents, including, pay of ,
the.expenses jncidentexgend4tures complete the iroad frdm Swan-Hirer .-An act .making Appropriations foldVfs, folding paper, twir.e 4pa5tewei2 8eng r, SMlstaDt' ftgseng pvaHrfT. .
to4kqni _, re- ,to the Wioneb go Ag uey two, tbonsand for tbe Civil ,and Diplomatic ty thousand dollars. bis-oifiee, OThBndrd'adUrxty.' ; bthdrid c! igC' rot* fl 11t :
tor the flrtand second regiments of five hundred and,thirty tire dollars ibirtyuine. penses; of.Govaruetfor} the year ending Foicompens ti n of draughtsman and__ sand Aod six bvudred; apd. ,Jf Uy ; "Vo3ntiTii"uS''o7sS a ;JI .;
dio cnpafii/ oflight artinery'in"e .cents... B ,-. .- i. "f"! the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and clerks .per resolution qtbefomih May ooe fare. : ?r'- )- .uauw.. i.Jj jig :.; i> .&A4 A t '
rWetneriratid sncK comp To .Complete the r ad from ,Waba haMothirteep fifty six, udfo other! purposes* thousand eight huudredand forty eight, nine For doent1oprtbe -' re t t. -- ciflt
a ntinTerjtey. mounted, tvie' fbr M9k1tar, ; thousand,.,figbl htHidrexl lie it Senate and House ofpreseetaV jthousancTdollars.! ,. United States and the'cleft's,'" &; :
w tb4jQ1a oJ h osqutbmeotss addles, ,m4 eveuyon4 )Igrs, and seventy aix ; ?es of the United States of Ai erJnCpn&re8s .- For Compensation to F.. VV. Lander, ciTJlengihter r dap ? n2enttbprotrideasgj$.. i t
: bridIes.-Baddle/fcanket8*f O.iA-jiiii ]> ( >.posehgs.iron.onb ffnt._, :a L 1L ,L. O 2 >.Assembled,, That tI.? follow., for furnishingreport of his .rec.onnoissance twenty 6e thousftoii foar bun&red ; prptcclon &pmhe, weajier (ci. th.1f !:
currrcotnDt, apd spars, ands&apsof travel u> ai4 read, to Jbo.completed under 4he iog-wrtt* be> ajtd.tbo.sanje ore herebyappropriated for'a railroad route from Washington twp dollars. '- -- S v 's ; i!
!li- 0 alazBhoetng 'tools, icUonofeSeoret&yro(1Wr( out .ofmy ,money ju the treaimy and O.egon, Tgciltgrj by the"way of For- comp nxatjop $f tk< it'adirziihn t ii,1 Iiii'Uab I'K'
tiiniLO Tio ctHnplete! t tb .read from Mendota totho tio4cLherwfse.jappropriftt j d, ;for.tbp objects For, Hall,,tiK-Sult LakeK .iiy .thousand dol-! Treas'ury"ahB the'cTe'rk's' :;
( ofses ,Big Sioux,JUrer, 4WOOtYseY'LtbQPSand. hetfr e.prescl, for: ,tbft fiscal year ending Jars. .-- 4, 1 tant Messengers, 'and "labore'ra in'h! ? ?
/ojfr njdxeJi id ,8ey aty fi?-dallara and theth ittIt pJniotie ti wamidji4t hundred Library Cgi-es-Por[ Compensationof ; i.4f. iorIfi'etc '-tbausaud'and' fif y.. '"I
and 0 rifle moan sixty eight cents. i h andysx.naly- ,, librarian, threaf asast njt libtarians, and lar-- 4-tT 1 o tut e ; 4 ( 4t i *
sev. A4nftJitty two ..thttan4o1ilar.jqtjjJe rLeJ rapdimZ Sraessengefyniu* ibQuaaoVi dollrs.- ,, t.Utj For compensation of the Atfi
& tyoP6 4ajujhetlj approprialed Z age;oranuprspree1q iidie4au4rinety; 1lyhw4ol Foredotingwjt Jerxpenie,Jdf-ttid library, Treasury, and the .'w ;
: -UI the Lrsuurac/t o1.b! l&utItemnt4, + .pne thonsand dollars. hvvTe2 te! thosttht' 4iv;. 43
krw opyiati zpende8undertbidkeU I ars.1t eit flM tia 'itlOAIi .MOcsraJ 1 For pu? 1ili7e7iTb.9oi8 fOTJaiiJ library,five i'r hw -ye '-S.L 1 -i &: 9?
p QeQcery ErYi.r, jp tb.'nanue .'b if i FpVLJoofl peA fiUof) :ptthe, officgr cjerks, thousand ;-.;- F r eisiliot1' (H C4' p
rafrmn1al. ? followingi.avnelf.:4Sxtef5j; tflotzuu 1 JnestMIgfr ier*i receiving: an,-.anbtjTitaJy V 1 For puschaaa of;btri books for laid library CnsththsnThb m ? 'a a & 3A iu S
dollars for twAtboiia rl'In uk tci : :
1kJEAtMt4b. nd-jdoJUrs. ci') <,''.,' .n7
Fort, Uljf ttlF ; teu4Aih OftLe itof gs ntit buP For paper required for the printing of thq ,44ft1d ixt 6T d llrs! *
of h uiii cf1j; hT1 larorthoIp.t cmLvii session M For comp&rtatbVdf th 'cferks
*w4 *a rf 9 j-rm.rt n tl.4i. fij-st otihe tbirty-jAUilbCongress, one I loq q b0 Lt ia4!
; 6thBdati"faitiyeiind d ibursements of the Senate, four bJr4jj u'tigbty bundled ad\Myswtbo; wod .(our hundred wng r of tbo.JJ ln Lim J Duaid/
for C4flp .CtnD zotddall1 fdJ'pt dpHar>} prittcjpLclefk >andprincipal4xeeuti3tei and :eight-dolkw! (, j i f.n jo i J-j d &ii'hzidrd nd <8rintj>
tieifaI n QG'thefdWfipm: AbQ Ierk, iq.ce. of.Uje.$; Secretary tflftI [* Fpr pnntiag reqiiO-ed> toPthe.&sL! sssionona.btrnired lars. ;._j1-, I i ri ,t- !
; nethqr alI.JJiMi4- co1s I Q ette, at twqhov.sseji oe !huudred. and .of 4be.thirty fonlrtb; .Congress,? ; ?reotac _
aLMexcD.- eaffe eig ij,clerks inoffiwoftbe $
sixtjr rdolljtff; eenf thousand dollars;. ProridedwtiTbat parLmet..j 4A: 3 .X '
SEC. 2. And be it'further e uctedtFbat ; S cre4aryflf! tbe Se ate al one thousand; |.he printed iieeta/foritbo dner.detsonpt: ;on I of n !z qfr ii 10
ttaflpertation of themselvrs and aggewheu Thib4fdpf4i1Cdrs I eight:btmdr 4. fl4.b! fiy4ofaflchI,; keepepif of onedolaTa) )d..t\re Iyfi.fooentarpet acre: !?lry,. vJ 4/1"&'sfcy*&&*&* : tr3J.Tl* fjitl Cn an A itVJsL
tr 1fl 7 wimoiK jropjoorSr5f3R seon- of Uit,*j jhfrtleth : .flUtiortfiry.lone.tboiJiind even-fautt- book* .4UthQrfz byfeijbejr.hoUse'.of: Congress.3haUbfe fiir JawrrKanli bQQia. $ wwrj' .
lA.< .A / the 4a; fo the.aten1jg Iw ; dthd *nd woloUi! $:; dryrpfi BSBd,3tefbner .being ibowmjj- cfP5S>iPfJff H ;i I ta--'.> : a 4tf

; eighteen'i ta U,5ftythieri1tid&ftijtp 1iontoJ3bLtL7oii4 i1doeighy14llsrnd: whenever injth9ppbtio; of'ihft Jdii CCbnJi>rtttejs
frtm+Mfs onaLntevfcn: ; ,' b11n4red1:4fl.4tiJ1r; dollars} ksmgejdatnge on Prin ing,-i&-iw.d.sse4. eoea8qry ; the far preparing and collaro
4rLaapIaIVJs : ?tpjAtit ..o4U1eof.DoEto( ; 4xM0d-4heumo&L of i fiftjTJtary bejore Congress Jaid 'Cierka ]
Db1peiiLp; bontuLido11c4eyiai ?Jii A--. .Zl1fl(9f:4ba utoyed on1ydaringthi seson
I Ift qti Aari4I
esub! 1ii4 dce 8te : .

ak r b7 tbii tict:11tar.J: z4ftEjdpitar.oWI $: } I3J* V1OjZ1Z bbuit : re6w laI
tItt. 1QitcopenMionIfo Mgttp.t e' n Iu .V _

: L4 im O4 rie.biud ;,
& 1MIIlartW : ; ohr
itoth. Cthp *M S
,p its, and depot tants 1 8d seie
4. ind ftrrugea rUIy ; for the; regtf' ware, I proTisons of an a4 entrU d ",Anipt for !document room, at one thousand two bun of State clerks, mesenger Assistant roo IdrE .- -
purchase and hire I Ihe piyment'of the civil officer employed fn dred dollar* each ; superintendent of th&foP- senger, and laborers in his office, fifty" two In the office of the First Comprnll(

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I 1 ___ rL___ ._ _w_ ,_ __=_,- 11rjct&zne- -- -- .- .. I ,__-, ---aw.flJtctJioi-_. N- \ t y-- r pq C"-.SICr.. _s1riJa-- '1/ '. J :'- tI

Itaa I.. more bitterrwaa. ,:jttLnaeer,'rrettia. tlu'siirjxifeaaJtero the &utLiIiiiJ""
; .* -_ __ = <. -' I.' '
,! *l. __ 'J : 'i ''.1 ; ft'Jxfif I _. ,1 ;;- *
tb1 ia We i ui.aTMn&k : .. Y'. ie' 1 cite oufbwn '
might_ to,you wars in, day. which te to avert tbe deeijev that Ipetd
__ D.C of gnerlttiea-bBt the oD J + Cosrr*'of the"'Ctbbat: W.4ac1 iD ._. TN ,jEn*>* of'the,7th, Htttrneis- mal fc f J fc r ''
i _-_, -. _- --___- ._ -.- Ii vague # fw. t1.a.nd. n thetkiV4d' ..
pr ...- ,'. t:*f&An4utL: : ,; that hi* been ndcto'scpiaiMlec ov. Bttooj0r'raa ia.New Yctk negotiating.. I=4-_' a letter OQ.Kp;,' -I5- Notgi\ i from Hon C4M1baf moI& e"'U, t.waUl :a. (u soon they moiL aQ''rlU_ .WId

.4 .. -.- Ir V d atci*. for iron itt ttf'StJ;)i.t allalWff' 'JAx.C-: ;.: o".r\J". I. 'JJI''t_. ,IIold timely and). energetic effort) let _

i, utaay;; J.ueJI 1855- kItit'Ose d 1or I In Rail Road.p.W 1''are|gra fiedlooiir' able! : tor:in tJ CongrW 1 : C ofie;2 ._! m't; H. 'a. .,_.,.! .,, pie of Teaneeeee say. th.7if1M4 _..

d.u.r tqar.-or 1lua. Umj, \ommani to"_Heridi,frnd*the fact .etma. .Mr." Joiixsavors' ,- .A Je'lii. 1 .o.-: $ .
.. W = ..
i .o',"t'Wrtih.w' triltl for'K" toatioQaW. that iie was successful in making terms with to eo-operale in favor of eeariag.a 'more oJd'feudt11I beatidanlmositleswtfl ..n.udic. _: a h' 9. ..
S The Know Nothing Coln.tI.lIl1. faithful enforcement of the naturalization laws recur 'flth"oC .
'f.AM" ii'lIr .' the New'York'agencv. of reliable., aIyber'yc.tim ad
ellf-f. d. a", f
: -
V the dork-lantern i 'gentry of"the.Union'ire i "of -- -j r t and even their amendment by an xt n ion will be demanded, and then axloUier scen ship. f'aai, 4t 'idi:. ::1'rt
; I1mee' dT& the thfl'a dut
Liverpoolor.. .. :lIvery! : fMetM8
J f-"'" 1: 't.f ji .J'}'t : ni Rtpg; a National. 1 CouventioaTn Philadelphia, rails needed*for**'%that' .road at'St** r Marks> early'r hof the period of'"probation:'if found to be necessary of refons-pblhical proscription WJ1b4Jt; 'ff.' }#r/TT.. i'i .'- ;
i ___ ... 't i d wed. made*1Ppde1: ( galea from the,different i 'plates Jl* next'fall; or I.othl"r word..'.;taa early day but he takes decided ground against : u wbirlwrad.He that"soweth, "to. the wind. must'r-* reap the Cape. I..B.. : I ; :::

: t I'OID *N:- ,- : .).. which met. On the 5th inst.- Correspondents aa the shipment
.* v'a r. ;t .. _. .l..6 % & of some of New York papers' set down the :the purfihase wenrput. tbj the V ,steamer'which'. Nothingisni. 'W quote tho.e portions of his. freedom and toleration. What sort of freedom .."I' ( :

: lfcl wpt WTl61 a mTKH ; able'ktter bearing"wrtt i S ont*: -1 10 i 'that*which oatracI..1aiii"iI M

.. : I tha w nsaApU. 'and JCeor ia flai; ycWinJd4A.. G.. 'Laraberton; ,W. ,W. le,1 4onI last' Wednesday."Vye Florida' In these consist the political creed of this your citizens,".both,.native And .fordP;for of readyanDMdu .iwf

i 1tO.I43yicoLB E.\Vhiw r. re : ifuUy 'sympathise'with',pur mere religious opinion take f' Hut require-
.- ., ,, ': ". McCall, John Darflng.Afleti.GJohn.&d ,with, which will new orAmricnprty. Concurring'in these, <"* :
'" 14\1-- '. friends, in,the ;.pleasure they meat,that no Catholic fthall bold office.the t :* '*
r- 'nm'hot'one
: J to ask why I of kAtf"v
.- '1. ., JudgV-jToomaj; RandaQ. The first two or you are ready transport, iajint2ad Dd
dearest, Utiea1that' sisL
j- \ J' -
.j. I --f -uI *? receive this information. This purchase se- I can

.: 'v =_: tIfe eHllwiftt. l jbree days. ,of the session seem to have been Lures the gll.jasporaa'frsSstep towards the to them.answer.Having As no I understand eoneeaunents it, other, am acquirements ready- ,And thoutnnds' and ten.of thooiawk.o f mb ; l

%: taken in up disposing of questions:preliminary i Pour own native, born rAmerican, cidsena'.are alllioa.t;; WAIN /'ifld-
*lWjw4 ot&e V"tr.i election Jus hadefftijt construction' of the public works, which are than a concnnenee la this''pomical V
: | :to1 an brganoation. ;, WilsOn 'of Massachusetts L "c etrter exeludod from 'any.parfic iatkB}, ia th*:boa J tiWijndJ: '
creed si to 'e aWe'me' themysteries' Jme
; ._ : _, ':()1J the of such inestimable importance to the development are nee ors and office,of the ccany.V .' I' !
.was admitted, and a Etttof Delegates from ; 6f the order j;, and be admitted'to itscommunion I e.e d.siiews'by ;
1 I : ,. Icat.otKu JL *t ofthe, resources. .of. that State.. As our :1 Tbare are,trot few Catholca in oer own
: Louisiana, a:portion. f1fi it. 4rVCatholicE, I and(e omhip: To *ome of these m
: I Wt' ; theud lig''if readers have'been advised, the people of Middle I cawiot'assent i II .State, but.I. onJd cite.'yo ;to many, even-in :
-. .o., -t't'ord- were: exehfded, and;another,set,made up exclasivdj from St.Marks 1 requirement this.small number, who are native -Ii'r; ace .bay"beta&t eectof: ,:
.i >os & !:were Florida commence operations I do not see the 'necessity for propriety
F9 '
1 .* .. .' .I :.'1 ,J '" *f ProtettanU admitted in their V iyowil1atep acre the lin*.Into yom Its m'i' and 'wirhoat.
.. t. 'I.I..u.. ..l,1. 11nght. on the Gulf of Mexico., Their. first of any secret polities. organization U21 eoyntry > : taU, rott will find between 8,000and
jstead. There .be tremchdons
to out Kinii T-woutd'1ot '
I.. Il tio1.hqIj. l ih 5* *seems f ,(. j a work is to put the road from that point to Tallahassee !l-. like ours. In borne of thedespotjanwofthe 10OOOCatho1itl all bom find reared on the t --, '- c;.'' ..-- .---tol'-. "-" i it

t.; .. t_ .t 'change-the. ""side*" -flressafe'inYgrf* f j ;aftrebWation*"t, :-r lt[manif. TtiedlKron s- I in good running order. This they ex. f Old World,where the heaviest restrictions 0tJth.mght I eoi1 of Ksotqc: yr-rMrcd vA educated and r teruyQ. V It.. -r It. 1a. ., .'..1, '$" OQt& (

-- fear iaf.the: ..Conveotiou will fail word and action are impoeed. secrelpolitical t the teaehiaga.oi th..vsts4 Sap poAa m&Irtngtha ne.hicbu .
nd 1d BefeithewKUtT pect to-.aecouipUsh by the.;od of the year. associations : 71 : .
}t. '. Q.'t )r il rj: In to do everything calculated to'promote the future That .finislied, they are provided with the tb lves from opptessidns seeking'to can understand l L t land)-the great body oftfeta pos&ts&* &* La I'inlziim. .uisitj. ,

4 ti -w".ibe a nor.A r .. itIt chauoe of.the order for success. A correspondent means transporting iron for the contuua#oaofth And approve. But in this country,where'ev. same political faith th s8iuJl that h b po.Cy.that eaekded&; ;WJD _* .",was e .t pros : .t.fthbi .
the Netr York Herald : ) romHow '
of :
says'ThereIs ry'citizen w permitted to think k, TOte. ; 11i : 3 ii.
'. : .ut "M1.a 1CI.ldli"e'. roadfrom Tallahassee eastward. ,Thfwork 'arid ; ; pe ce ,bet nROr. t- -.' r" c .
for himself f kr !
some disposition the act < not perceive any of(he 1otfi E. :
.. *+_Ii""" or pte.tw1 among of extension from Tallahassee' towardsthe ma h.farther''OD fBOtctfa oa go t. Win shipping''engaged by CG1. $
swch and cannot either
: to.extend the aot the order tKceestty hi:
knowing ones ar approve
:""* \"c.W JfcsfTTCafl- Vi itAOQt" wCVlft "W- --iClli-UV by eluding a limited class of naturalized foreigners Atlantic is expected to be commenced-the wisdom or policy.It you deuj1he ,Catholic, participation far the said toMve": c'.a..4 oC .

'- ".> -*?.rr'--?- ; line tho is or professes to be association for offices and honors of bat country; the blood the subjwt cf,''.;'rtJII :..
-M Q4tQ. 11&1O. WfMth..Tt: maybe say all arriving in this country under planters along the taking! contract, an ,
: _h_; _'._ .., 6p -" the of whose fathers tvaa'shed to I'make:it a land 'J1i'tIit.
of outjtct
"i Admitcd .J l ff4wordJ ttflYeV0f.. Doubtless. something will for grading and superstructure-with the promotion the public interest, the ad. of religious freedom ,Will taa ,- v* ,-, ., .
: impose .
f::4 grips or'atU': tklngjoto wti b _&ht great be,done to liberalize the present stringent rules commencement of next year. If present anticipations vancement public! measures for the general and burthens on them, for you the, support and! to'thanewspapers.- ',Gornnatit- ,.. _- t'"Mj: ,
good where whence then the
of the order, for the good and sufficient reason ; or necessity for
"b 3y )f the HfeerieaW pippl*-wifl'never ube more votes. A !little of are realized the lino will be under concealment, if aims, and maintenance of those offlce i and,yet a&yto (:neied,... >-coniluced. _. ..&ba-. ..C&t., .- !.. .. -
: getting more rope your your purposes
.1 : j 1r!c- /JL aJ-JrJii.lr_ U.2_ i- from Tallahassee to the'Suwannee ends them theyshalluotparticipateinthesnl: The enforce by law the payment of any i-.
tioV be and
) .. ..2it :u.s tonawatr..,._ .. tcs'.. .', ti this sort would have canied Virginia, pernnps. contract good, ( I am' not questioningeither
\f -;3- .6.m.l'1hiii'- i1m.- .. ,".Uitre.. 'The great difficulty is, that this council ill the river during next winter; and such a numberof t) Why withhold them from the public proposition i in monstrous. :It changes thi old traced to ie epaid then for tbdrltftfee* by .
order of thugs no time when.the
'Vt I' -- admixture of incongruities eye; whence the necessity for signg.'8 11 vat, : the asth *and \nof 'tS ..
strangest you ever hands it will its .
Bawidi tccuriw either ioU" engaged on as act drnpluh
t u..H.__ M.Mt__ _. ,, only test of qualification f rd1ce. was, is .
-p r- n saw lacking the essential elements of tact and or secrecy in matters which ai are interested It ia bab".r .d 1iidir. .
lant itRll the completion with the utmost practical dis he the capable? Old .... "
polities: pntlfgi&v &t IP00 Fe a remarkable degree. AU want and by which alt are to effected Occupying things are b'r". ...-.. or 'J.- .

i?:, r .r of-the.riatiooal.whjca to be"leader*, and very few appear to be qualified !- patch. the' position I do, as a-ibHc''servant The passing w&J. Thiafa no-loc ?r ti*J.- _I. .._. .. .," ",. ., .,"....... ".011. ':!,.ref':

I ciIE.ri&,'bt.\b1i'i.&'pt1oti/. .will be .for the task. They are.all aware of the We may add that, with the immense Internal what right, therefore/have i; as such' to7 withhold u twtJQowJa, but,isie x awle4b&.Ca&oHVor,!Mi.ia not..iQmstaajipable 1 -JJoo 1\lommer. _. ". ... .. ... 'ii.. t s1oD

r. broidiecUt1flLtr11UC&fl dangeriwhlth .sarroand. them, yet few have Improvement Land Fund possessed by our from you or any other citizen of the'S tate, be of dooa he not-belong Sam? If Catholicism ,0tIti .I ;. '.a.k...
: the coorsgo to strike out boldly for the land. State and the waichher i wealthiest any knowledge of an agency I may have had
sister fctttr
$4 1i r.zslq.1tnc1ye t.i. that instrument tfcoroughly sprit: in be wrong as a religious faith, and I A apIiI:: .
regard to political matter i in which
4'l ,Amcr ,'and cpon that it CM gather On the second day there was an exciting counties are exhibiting in their votes to tax .. and all have any a common interest you irmly believe it js, leave it to be ,eombatted theNew York .1. ..18f

: be practicsJ,' conseh-ative. tJnlon-lonng pore debate on the Slavery question between Col. themselves for building roads across their limits This then, as I understand my position and by reasoo, argument and truth., lurob not ship of the story of hi*' ..c.* ..t&phool '
the of .
., iiOQ of-tii w*; byCtieur aid rise-to the BoIlIng Virginia and Senator Wilson. there is strong reason to believe that stan responsibilities to the public, constitutes one arrest strong it each arm a politUieal will protciffitica and to ," who wn.l bt t1.iathamichlofhn -. seDoee. .
,, ; policy only mrftiply
jnd per of a national.p ." : 'The report in the N. Y. Trttvne (hich. we : early day Florida will be provided with .asya-' difficulty in the way of my becoming a member .inet'Ul8.umberL. r14 thI.jIM .
of this
b vociferous the quote,) says- : tem ef t public works from which she will receivo new party. reported catastrophe. .
New' ferk Hcrdd
The is as ,I I have thus r
1 Boiling charged Wilson with defeating thelV1 Again, as I understand h, (and if I am myar.Iir.given yoa. frankly. _L _
i .; 'African for\a. iodietion'Jwt padkow : in said greater comparative benefit than has wrong I am not to blame, as I ,speak from ana as oiuay U i could, toe .opuiOM I entertain Whit ,
w Nothings Virginia, niggers were Whop>er
ad the other portion of the Union from similar the best lean in of the leading tenets of this new party.
,i1zyq.11crd4'ttithM' any light get) becoming a.memrfeOr
: Bui from' and find
one remove monkeys,. acquitted following Know Nq&feg
I. .lar.a in Vio rrrhi/nrnArl. _. .on/I. ..jtnf..,.".lnrl!. I do not expect nor do I desire, that they .
; of Know awg.b'yoc undertakings. oov b.x oo -'v .v % "
(l K'rict4r Nothngiun. himself generally in finest style of.negro b't
: shall influence the tie io. the PeUnLurgii Vs. Jtae&sjfaiMr ef
fe'4; 1 J *_.__ by tho majority. Now I am free to admit opinions or actions of one ( )

.s.l ; tiGp irwesand'speakecsl\; quote. ,UCl"WS'Gen. Wikon replied with admirable COO!. A Hall Storm. that in matters of partnership and government, human being. It is sufficient for me that they the Gth lad; : ? '

-: .1' .*" -Let the-Natroflal Cooncil, then, at Philadelpnia majorities must and ought rule. But nnder are honestly entertained and candidly avowed, TAtruwzx, Fla, May J2P, t8t4 .
and bold frankness. JIe said he the -
qess was The last number of the Southern Christian
and furnish rule for toe
L :. proceed'in the bminess of the organ- last man on earth to submit to dictation and. our form of Government there are such thingsas of a utufaetory conduct government The Know Nothing part made''a'cleaa

iatioofsTlteat,- national, American party, thr Tho gentleman from Virginia charged' Advocate contains the following wonderful inalienable rights, Much as a right to think, my own sweep here the other day b'two.hand
I confess I look. the conflicts
i ja alp factical way according to the teachings him with endorsing Burlingame'fi speech in I account of a Hail Storm which occured in speak and vote as you please. I should not be on going on majority beAtiag.the DemocratiQ ,**mjfai
in this and other Southern States of the Union
I pf experjence and the ri eiplee of common .the Tremont Temple, and thus striking him South Carolina on the 27th ult: willing to surrender those rights even to a with but little interest that much.. Until the day of election notioaf
-they produce
b k.iI4th' may achieve great and posi'TVeV downinViriuia. ,He did endorse that,speech. MB. EDITOR : I Bend you au account of a majority. 1 am willing that the majority other than that of had beta. seen or beard of Sam, bathecame
scarcely feeling
t.v ?: iftht'ill. Let them shall rule and I to submit to the any won
can ready ac.
to the and
polls cut his votsvand that
7-4 , endorses it; and ho should live and V severe htil storm passed through our der and astonishment wu
&t f abandon this icare-erow of tfio Pope of Home,. tion of the majority ; but then I am not will- all that heard him
N die by it; and. .Mtsaa hasetts will stand by V neighborhood about two o'clock on May 27th. wan of ., with tixt h, '_-.
4 tau raw Van 1oo4i.b of Jesuitism,. ing to bind myself to aid in the accomplish Scarcely Southern State In the Union in dred : .
that speech. An effort has been made in Virginia V The Storm lasted for-fifteen minutes as thickas majority "
ibis nerH ua3elly'Qf ..Catholic"proscrrptionj ment of the will of a majority when my reason, which a mr of extermination is not waged Yours .
: to strike him down in Massachusetts, ever rain fell. Some of the hail stones respectfullys..Z..

L. : ty. tom-f6olrj of ptrsectitJon* against---th but he.was not to be stricken down there by V were as large as my hat! the most of them my judgment and conscience all disapproveor with Whigs, Democrats,and Knovr'Nothingt.And We have heard a grtat daalcf KoowfCo .
ol whilst this of self immolation ia being
an.d flunmiery war
.; MOT Irish? thVmnnfcnery, the slave of Virginia. He conceded, were tho size of fowl's My whole place condemn it.
rituals qd' third ti power eggs. waged, the enemies of our rights and our lug bragging within the last few BOB&*, aed
:. the tenealdeni of ejfrees, th 'right'or the State 'to settle their own domestic V was as white as I ever saw one after a snow "tia a base nlmndonment of reason .
of dark-lantern To institutions are banded together. Strength not a little of KnowKothtog
this claptrap and blasphemy s resign our right oftbougfat. 'igb
/ affairs. He stood by the State Right I storm. The level ground was covered six
:n: a
4: SpOHswn. nd.go to work like Americans just :use &,her DW'D sovereign powers. and in the corners of the fence the hail was be right and generally are right,but they may possessed they send out their notes defiance, the above. There waanottwabm lr d.vpl a,
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1WtI 'arid proclaiming war of extermination to in -
de- J. a
in \sf fit II our
with A. *m r>fi m wtft. wr *%n *%vn
V' greatpurpose She flung back with defiant. arm all assaults, over a foot deep. It beat holes through the U "U',1J6 L1h n. VV.V.,6' hai UVIWAA stitutions polled at the election'.u'ste .'
of the South. A few since
dir ititf-Ue light of day. open reason,judgment and conscience be made sub- yean
come from'South or North. He was for the shingles of the houses. I thought it was the "democratic zitdidte "" .
m. of tlwrisia. the preparations now being made for a no : -1 r
*1 .V their doors, and usthogie3.t tenes' abolitibn'of the District of Columbia last for that of doors. servent to them! I would at all times endeavor general
slavery day thing was out .
ins every attack on slavery as it exists in the South, tho Know Nothing! tried to &flcdiitcited
not like base conspiratore : cavern, to conform my opinions and actions to that
< the the hastened
and in Territories; for restoration of As soon as it stopped to
.4 Pt C. but hb"noneit men before the--world and freedom in Kansas-Nebraska; for'severing the ture, expecting to find every living thing my I pas had of a majerity of my friends, but ifat any timeI would have alarmed the fears and invokedthe Can Satiatl, tell.us_::1f1i'; it II, la&

< .' male an open organisation.for a dashing for from all connection dead .i should fail to be able to do this, I must everreserve action of every Southern patriot But in the disciples-of Saaareso &OJlv1.
national government with in the world ; but to my astonishment I ,
din of battle the
movement in behalf a new-Americanparty7 to myself the proud privilege of think. the clangor of arms betweenthe
; wa and six
'i slavery. V only found one calf hogs killed. One
and adniirffetration Whigs, Democrats and Know Nothings, The Irish ei&caa&
.*new dynasty, anew I This was. the only national position, and had its skull broke. ing and acting for myself. 60,000 h.
'. freah from the people- n Jthe-com- Another and more serious difficulty lies in these belligerent preparations are wholly un an average of 860 each deposed fa .
1 : on this we can carry the free States like a We have lost all the poultry that was out, heeded. With of the Congress %
,::4 .' &tge'iryr.'lrlrenehmen) (; bd teform,. tornado; but if Northern men wavered all and a dog was killed;-squirrels were knocked my pathway to fellowship, and is to be foundin in the House a majority of Representative next knownto banks making a total of 33.000,000. ,

and the result must be a revolutionas'sweep. ''. was lost at the North, and the South goes for dead out of tree tops, and dead birds can the religious test it imposes on candidatesfor be hostile to and '_
: or or 1840. offices of honor or trust There is doubt our rights interests no A niw paptr-the M SoutJurvjStern ''
tigutht the winmngjparty. He ,vxnlfar the Union. be found.all over the fields. My whole crop question of fitness of applicants for public ,

,'" ,!Q a subsequent Usne of tbeJ( dwefi: d So did his Slale.They responded to the sentiment is beat to pieces ; the very bark of the trees less, much misapprehension and some misrep. places suited to the occasion is made; the "published at Tbomaavule, G*, bj Faltoa

farther notice of the Philadelphia NationalKnow of Andrew Jackson the Union must was knocked off in patches the kize of a dol"ar. !. resentation on this subjectIt is whether for and Bryan made its In
a is sometimes that the great question you are or against appearance 'OQI aaaetum -
be i'an' is trimed charged new party ,
cost. lIe for The whole forest wherever the
S was peace, : -
/ Council mnstr adopt Sara.- last It !
Nothing ; would so far proscribe Catholics as to deny on Wednesday broeatij printed..i'well
but.did not shrink from war, personal or political hail struck. '
U4 tXfr olh? '..God.Barbonei'p1attor !, if necessary to'vindicate his opinions. My neighbors nOl th and gputh of me faredas them the privileges of worshipping God acV Well, Sam may be, and'doubtless is, a very filled-and- promises be a'(Decided air.

': of >lsj achusetts, or the extremer.'SontharnpWormi : He told the South that the North would badly as myself; but those east and west cording to their own conscience or forms of clever fellow, but if you look to your Northern quisition to the ranks newapaperdoa. '.Ia

V' ; M strike 3 a Calance.or a compromise them on these questions, and they would did not fare quite so bad. Such a storm, I their Church. This is, doubtless, untrue, for Sam'Vhigs'or Democrats, (I speak of politics it u Southern,"V bo t.;aebews, pertr."

: ..t jhcr3. The Virginia: election has submit. Ve...have submitted,.and your turn think, was never seen before. Sonic of your such a proposition is too monstrous to find them as a party) to save you from'this storm, -___ _. -
krtwwo. is to Ours is.the readers think this advocates in this enlightened age. It might you are trusting to a shelter that will not
now come. future-yours may a tough.tale, but it is ABalletPrSd.C43b.- "
dcmonstrateii bat cyphers signs and winks, done for the of shield from the when it .
the past out of the power of pen, ink and paper; to s religious".superstition .' you tempest pomes.If -. '
,. 4} b1hik_, a udge,, grips, .paesweids. ; the half bad and intolerance. you are saved you must save yourselves; Queen Victoria's state coaeb.tjro
.. ,. I The reporter adds .thatilaou'. speech paint storm as as it really was; andthe glass otb wind siikhcZ4thk
JibW C0115titutiohs and eer t Whilst it does not profess to interfere -with to trust Whigs, Democrats orKuow Nothings -
\ I made a deep impression : iu the Convention. nothing but experience of it can ,convey the When George IV was fired at[.tIwt'glue *u
: the Catholic in his rights of worship it does as a party, is the wildest fancy 'and in
idea. I
: notswncieriL t coveiIEe true am compelled to plant '
# eigen. Oar readers will not fail to observe tho strong my corn propose to proscribe him politically. does, the .end will prove the most fatal delusion. only broken by the balL"* In 6Js! eoatb,tot *
lost and rice
'.'. ettS cr. n* bftal- campaign; but princi ground taken by:him in favor of the Union.. :. .over This; my storm oats happened are in the vicinity may come.of Pu- as I understand, provide that no member of There are, as I am happy to know, and am ome reason and not, as had been-expHtw

:.,: pit* fbr the pebk'c evej'-as.well as a system ofifiscuJKne On the fourth day the Convention was. organized .. rysburg, lower part of St. Peter's Parish, the order shall cast his vote for a Catholic. glad to acknowledge, many t sound, national, in an open one, Lotus Napoleon proceeded fc :J
_l V f r'&o party!lodges; are inditpengabie theelcctionOFVE. Bartlett- Kentucky S. C. JOHN P. RAYMOND. Now, I can Lind myself by no such obliga conservative, constitutional) men at the North on his late visit to tbta Gniduall to *
by I Catholic mind and who each and all of these address of the'corporation London..
tion. to
contest What, 2& am no ; my judg. 'parties, .
: for the great apprpatning" Purj-sburg, May
:: President overBarker of 'Jew York.C. ment can never embrace what seems to me but they are not united,'have no concentration A beautiful comment on the state of a&k'.

2 thcv.w at" Hiiaielphia nobody knows. D. Freeman of Pennsylvania was .chosen To Keep Bags from Fines so great an absurdity as a part of their creed. of action, and never can have as ,long as in'.the old world, when the rulers o{ tie peo

as .1'M1wiU pro aWjf.ovea,ston yrerol*tionary I I that I know of, voted for a Catho : we are ourselves divided. It waS but the :
V ,: Vice President; C. W. Deshler of New.Jersey .. Ivor the benefit of your numerous subscri- never pIe dare not go out among..their eobjeeta ee
L time of it;but if the deliberatknje shall result \0 Stephens t"_, T will..: canrl vnil u/Vint... T )tiaira fnitnA. +" K/> lie. I do not know that I ever shall vote for I other day that the notes of defiance were fiowdMiunf .
Corresponding Secretary ; ""'C c.a Jfl S Stay" flSI4I& W uu in bullet carriigesl!
: !
[ itflfev dJtomzfeg :Knbw'Nothing.prgani- the best method.J to keep the one, but I will enter into no crusade againstany sounded in our ears with the boldest arrogance:: cept proof ,
of Maryland Recording Secretary; Rev. Hen. I it is here in Anerica WIt if otte o*?
taTfoiT" the'practical'',.issues of tie day from Y neL I have] used it for more religious! denomination, I will proscribe A Senator (Mr.: Wilson) from Massachusetts, ,, vof.Presidents'were .

.t. upon' ieose ry W.Ragg, of Massachusetts, ,Universalist, than thirty and never havo known it to 110 denomination. The Constitution makesno addressing an audience in New York makes to be 'seen abroad,in a'.'4r-
common then'jtmay years '
and<.the___'.principles The Chaplain, and,Henry Crane'or Ohio, Trcasn proscription. I shall not go outside of or proclamation to all Whigs Democrats and riage/such si, England's:'ruler"ridnia. Ae. .

.' be followed by great achievement ret, The Committee, prepare a platform fail.Take the feathers from a hen's wing and beyond the Constitution.The Know Nothings. What says the United people would resent it as,a National ioea&>
:: imrft: AL 4+ 4fJ9Z. T 6 gtnM.istken Constitution declares there shall be State Senator once a Whig, now a Know
1 _, .- 1 which be reported on the,9th, embraces dip them in spirits turpentine, and stick one It would ;imply such..a V distrust oC 'tbeott
Pren&* W to* t Wnt. a' day or no religious test. Such a discrimination is at Nothing I He would say to them ; resolveto
in hill and after shower I '
: two
: ., such. Colfax of Indiana of or a every they their :fe titf eit
names u one indignation
)- .U .. door it would aronse ; btg
'II" with the it
.. ,. t"Q".i. I : ; will! 'want to be dipped over again. Howard war spirit ind genius of our Institu write on your posts proclaim
; .: L I'thel P. '" p; Ttat'sno' Greeley's special pets: Ex-Gov. Anthony SayreT East Thetford, Vt-Country Gentle- tions. The best interests of the State and the the rising of the sun and at the going down pitch,and the author of It, after befog aEo wed

.;. ._. ... '-' ."",_ .eb .' Colby of New Hampshire, an abolitionist of molt, Jf ay 21.FirrxcN church, according to the teachings of all history of the same-and in the broad light of n ODthat to serve oat his.time,no matter bow'gmlba .

,;. tW !r..J1ae : OD the ,straightest sect; .Ex-Gov.. Johnston of require that they be kept separate and the day when any party in America might be as a statesjaaa,or bo 'i& portttirt .'

"' .a' '. u-o': -That' .Peun.11YY U known- ee.V and YEIES Aoo !!Verses from a Log distinct. How long can this be done when be that party Whig, Democrat or American, t
I -" CiIer, the services be had rendered 3s'oo airy.
t.A fpd'Z 1 e 'likely I Cabin Song BookII :- you make a man's religious faith a teat of office lifts its finger to crash the anti-Slavery sentiment
V :: DOaT Foster. .of...Naua.ehuetta-n'1. probably Ab. I anti..SlanrJmeo-k surely would sink into 'merited obscmitj, followed'by
t"m..m.O. the. S9t KDW, oth Cold water do for the J loco, ; how long before yon will find it in some or proscribe .
q ,: .. .- 1ht.c ) _'t l .. Ian.t by Kelley's' .hUI IDd. ,The Tribune's correa.pocide Or a liti le may riiwgar stat; insidious form creeping into your halls of shall begin to die. the contempt of fee natioa.Tnx .

: ,or_ .:P.fI j ,:. -t)' But gir. m bard older tad whiskey.Aod Legislation t I can never consent, by any I.) the same speech (I admire his boldnwa '

:w cueJjoDd, trt "A conclave jni offer the Ohio PJatfonn scbforq9PP.cLI. agency of mine, to be instrumental in ming and rankness,) he notifies the South that theythe CJUITASS IK Trontessa.tanooga. TM :
astbefr # .-
without bin. North fcave the
of wmpclo'us politicians, VN 1 ling politics and religion together; they are Abolitionists of the Advertiser Mjt.G JP" "
doctrines in full They will stick to lung to our father sad mothers ,exercise it. First r. _
l 'Nodtl ot1thtj& riacile. wffl LikewUe to mild Irclaad,leo not harmonious elements and can never rain- power and mean to they wiih ,
tie of the
Missouri jthe VllJ1P-J'
: .. ,. reeteratwn Compromiseto ; in the District of following op canvaaa
80 down with the low with each other. The that the church intend to Slavery ,
: ,: ; t"'h'Wtftfc"f 1' ma..3.prGfD. thedeAtk .The Sooth, seeing the determinatjon warpers.And day and sbawtmorstod'. :
; ap with Old TSppoemaot" shall descend from its high position to mingle Columbia Second to abolish Slavery in all every day
of the talk of the '
North accepting : Uw Territories of the United States. Third, ly great'error comnitiid ia .
Cs restoration with a proviso in' favor of actualsi)4 Verily, times change and people with in the conflicts of party politics, that day will-
;; r Dill.liMiii iplliiiieiTnifn rf jeoBsemdve na she North no proviso." them/ V see her brightness obscured her powers de' repeal of the acts of 1807, prohibiting the Gentry the rac :i,. -.

oafl fdthe people of tiieiraoa say, JOn.ATu : molished her usefulness impaired, and her donestio slave trade. Fourth, an unconditional '
: muchtbo
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; reyenjed .M.w.
.o ,_ opoaanytjuug .
V4 V '
;' : repeal of the Fugitive Slav Law.F .- :
aJ.ia 1 r.oM hb' d a DOlt LOOFoRu.-The 'Pawtucket glory departed.When .
:' The Albany ,Argus thus speaks of the effect Kansas shall this Uwon'aa ifilsje, and yeft AA&!....
: &e miserajble trickery.end Gazette says that on the morning of tho yen have nceeeded (if you ever new .I
? : b& of\ of the election in Virginia : 29th a little 'duaghterof Mr. James C.'Aid. sHall) i in this political proscription,think you a Slav State :. Finally, J"we intend to wipe know-notbiDI'-'w1ck tCtIWIICh otk' '

; t t. PI.bqparg.4s, The; ,vaw Ot-know-notiiingism'isbroken.; rich;:of Pawtucket was found lying upon her it will stop there I When was thIpint of out of the Constitution and statute books eve Virginia. li Votkin p. "

V : cei 1 .Ii'.t _t' j11111. iDd ieY.WI ,We col&fctfe&.the. .: bubble bas bunt someJo uihalinglthe odor of a bottle of chloroform proscription or persecution (either religious or ry bw'w ioh' makes any distinction .ft- '*J b&s I a 'qn4snjbt" 4.ed.

*: bf iu.,tttnvp' and tJe offie! Jm'r nre expected jit had none liniment, vhtch had been left within b rrcb.It political) satisfied by success I Never. The count of color."" order.AKNKmnw' '..

; V & a' ,.. J rjJla'1ud rtb JB.of long life about Its sueC was taken',from her, but some of its con. more you give the more it, demands. How Is there depth'of infamy beyond this t- ,- --- -. '. ___ _' '.V .

,1 !* .. ., lDct WiD' _.fKU1Ithtit.tlJ J a'ifl' iff the fo'4tbitidiocated'w4' tents weN spilled, and she lay down with her long after the. attainment of such a triumph Can impudence, ignorance, or, fanaticism go w"- ttMAWiT .
rzT -
% fr 71 ,gyjte 4ii hztion. It'h face upon toe saturated.bed ctothedsf (if it U attainable at all) would it be 'before beyondtblil'lteesrnsto 'me his' cap. of self The Nay 'okFd_( *weoriof tlJ 1

5 V 1ht iC hold u tbyaIC V mind somewhat u naif an h afterwards dead./>h. ij; ? some other church would com ,under thisbin degradation'meet be fall" ". ,thelQneejaVCiW J& rt Jryo 'V .

1ir.. W)1'e 1 .&: '_ : ;.-. -- TMB i : .iJWnwcA of political proscription ,k will" noVdoto AU dirtinetiooa'oa unt of color are to ; < ;. .
I maIM ( .**?
; ttH" part Y' '. ," .411 "" .;' .'.; Election** -Norwich,Monday 'flatter.ourselves thai theists so noch .bar? be be'abolished-..honors and offices,poHtieaJ, >for ah fi W'RfW andUttery; t& ?.$ .
*.o ': _.. 'r-.1.1 :.f t'anied 4 18A5. At our ekotTon WmTIT 1fr w: and and.'toterwt Mcaoaal and ceezvt arsf;"accotttodi'aliketoa& > peMra
.L1 '" Uuuvw., ;M i'M' iB ) 'ch city mony identity feeling ? :. .I J-I.

; .'ii .In... p ,. ., 'S h'L. Cit ;Vtitb'T. ri.M er.::Democrat' op the'Jar vote ej -r gfrea. tween Varfow.branches .of& 'Protestant. A colored',Prwiteat;Chief Jostle and, of 1I'8IStl. Xbft'.wws .',-. '
m' be tedilayoV Churchj 'thsm.imnrahity .from Minuter, Heads of Departments ,.
c i r < ehy.waa4; ele > en ir0hcnd to teeure to Foreign litM i.: .

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tbG4QL ofae- Florida lost a moia worthf atd racin. '
tu9t4 lc >;r!PY : par.raletfo4rcou Artnjil.ddr H f 01 b* delivered >y.R4.T.Df.G41:
( .which those! whSUfroftiUe metia bf so ascendtn ge.nttj'l ) .must learn froni Norvrich coWespofident that : i1 E irooditiren.. .apd aa ocb we e .
juriag lt 5Vii*"point: poly your : 11* putBc. ., riI mptctfuUy inTftf t.q'lttf1td. PJ \ __ ,. ff ..
of hurniiT tiature i ia .general no will ever cherish|kis Q 4" i'TBX
tte"atqttisrHon,'aren1ill d to$&- .. oj t judge .. ; a Kno.WNotklng pouocil an .Lyme wa3 disbanded lmorI.mde&f"'t e ,. Ji'.x. ).
i1t.of1 Amen.e.anajrinit4ru Mi naJi:1t, : Ntn'btt c f1"J .1&1,.b. .,
nior council .rttar
rc..itdre m.f' JJiiQ..AI' : : by the State for the reason r / FfIftIltJ,
terjnjae thei tSia ..
4nj (jn J 'I4I'.'
That bereavement ad-
jsbPtL in sa4 we, are ;
S'c.L :: ,.' ;. .vL..ThOl "d ..Qrll( fro awitatis.. practiced- illI -the that its members, or.a' gocvd rjoirtion 'of them, rnotisbedof-the unocrtaiaty of fife,and Ibe-iostabUHy JUDe t. 18 6. t ::, .- n-s" lthltu"e the bate ...-.w .hTWS ,

Zi i onJaiao tht o09irgii&* eroXen. I South-s' a ulands.' I voted the! Democratic'ticket 'I know ROHJO- of all earthly.thing*, and duit it apcaks,to na in Iaojtiage > .10211C3II! p h The HMIii I251bIVt"\ .. l

._ AoaaJut CesarHerodotoyand 'Livy{will : Nor let hie any; objection to the Urilitv ( i thing: ofth*' tyranny ; in ieKnow.Nothing that bouM be beede4"Be y' alto ready.feiovf ." -- 'Real Cool loo. .' Aa'tS.tJaact..tbu i.. '
with. "'/ !' : Classical T iing'tat. we. often, meet Order.inrela4qn'to deeply '
;J'i Ctturtfcif trouW lioi'fifr <: cbosdera.fiori"gtvetff.hU : voting. oftL 'o 'It" 'to and waredk DI -, :
; and
departed brother tender quantity plate a rooeny
famOy'oCoca .. -
; -
men oi excellent whose ,faeoltiea* were ANY. iKif
who '
freeman of these
: councils
parts The joins .
: nnaW ;I Ii'ngu e; ol rioOJ to t him"our unfeigned'condolence in their core Afflic: at ''. 1JD w.1.' tv* W..Ii4 .. i
aaworvEvdry man'of learning-wiil :ibat never improved either by the doctrine or' by i And dares to vote as fae pleases; will mOAt aasaredly tion': : New Purt. June 9, I86.Dressed 2S tf tt oeceesarv r fjct Wldis >s ejtt*AT***** ,

iayrbe1earPt4tdthLthit .ao much the discipline of .dasc e4ooI. A practicewhich I be persecuted :you know that one Rrgolved, That In token of our estimation of bin hftfeWs. ,4rjjpereo dI KP***** ** .

& from is not'india nsaHy 'necessary, of their modes of punishment is ,to point tin worth. and our regard f r LIB low, we wear the usual Lumber. Itu7 aP alette calL aid",, .
l from a:vi.w to:pecomary idvanUge- highly Js&fii We: nave heard ;of merchants members-to badge of mourning fur thirty daYLk..or..J. THOUSAND drewed Flooring aad HeHIng.froca and can learn tli*terms of ffakVf!.ppJ'"U"". .
yet finger .
a desfr to ha nifn supplied with th6 means That the Secratiiry of Rudely) odge.No. 100 Escambia Bay, a &>.article -ifaejdotdreaeed \ ti a..the,. '1I. bI',.
reasd.superiiitending -
bf usafol./inatrticdoif"and Ii Serai "am 1&eIl i,1t. who eoajd hardty..wnte. or d. post their names in other councils about the 9. L O.O. F. transmit the foregoing IVeamble and ret- Lnmber ,Hakes tfc.'smooth 'work byikr, lbe paetMil'r eo _II" ttfttt.ftd..

1t Is vtidl Hat Habit.'wiU make na fond of trifling .' an aitenave 'eomrnerce.. ac country, and brandthezp as unworthy of confidence ,.oluttoiw to the editnv of the FlondUn <& Journal aloo and is really cheaper than making by hand evm if to Apply 9om9 A-*f**>*** .* M--A.I, .

: paxjuiiy.aud; mistak l&for healzeIae. ] qoiring.great wealth and,esteem by ttt| mosthonorable as business meij1 or,ci zcns. 1$ is an .to the Stutii el.with a request to publidfa the same. bauUO or CO 1 D.LADDNew !" TbvniM; t "Je-S': .t".t., t. ,. ... 5V

'Ibeing. accurtoirledtp that nifans;yet who wIlt say, that writituj inquisition as cruel as that of Spain in itwdtstdaya. Portr Jtme.9, 1855. 23'tf ; NewG6oz ':1'9!

; aidvcadin&are not useful to. 'tbe..roernaut witnessed the of Mr. Mr. Mary NsLaugliUn wife of Joht- P. --
k!nd'or d..o..J..h& aJao' ,4opxido r.. expulsion McLaugb- Havana ruodv.d 1Wii-iW.t: flid fro Itte
.:PfipZM .rr conkQw3o.ow-- $ oT.oTtbe _e- i,-Tkfte 4iaf been,f roinent.nea. both Woodford in this city, a few weeks ago) foi tin, (youngest r laughler. and child of Capt. Lefb PnLotterylJA8PEE JUST aa id&tiI per "q, ,. .
: for trerais and JArnrtUervfao Vr-die. and Mary Orerory.) departed Uis life at tbe residence .. ..
: cA1eqDD .tO Art pleaGreek : begtmsingof -th 'reMon that he voted the Democratic OOUHTT ACADEMY Dry O.UdO-4.S 1." .L' .1:1\ $ -
.f husband '
her i In Gadsden Fla ..
County on Holiday
and life Were-alrobst totally neglected:yet.tvho in' the election. So have record / Bnli'ant. -I. .!
sure thlf ajtea'ds tbe-pc-rsuatof1he I city we on morning the 6tb mst, aged about 1 9 years. .? LOTTERY.t : < :16 atvlrtPlsJo t fta.. t4. a
Romsi 4ptenW ,Bnlure .ill* tftatt wjlL aay.that'.of Barents,
"-' or-- habitt-of virtue and reflection, are not of in. one ia which an individual was proscribed for was 'enabled to bear it with composure, and reap t[sr XCTHOKITV or rnx WATI or dEOn u.) S1ato.1I'ICI..Obsn : :,. <, ', :

-' finite i to tho human mind T tioo. TbfM' b. not made 4 ",., ..
iOdSdeTafUO.S importance i voting independently, and the other in whichan having a pl1 profeuioa ef] ; \Ida ia 8iJr.t1'JTJdke. -. "' ." .
There other religion, yet. she expressed berself I nbonly 'before hf fdepnrture "b-r havingj>e ji sppoinUoi ajanager of I!
are .
tome cit
men \.r
aM e! oDi orVi11i great among entire council of about 75 members THE ; i
p".a sb .-bo' their were. fwfeetlv reconciled io the.will of her heav .County Acad'einy Lottery.hit ends coodueting ad1httii 4 ...: ::
1h ..ft "aml' they by prove.tayatsertioni disbanded for doing the same thing. Path MUI"tJi1Ot.
: : fl' ealy" (r. tbe came on the Havana:pltq of ringle nncnSers. Newyotflutt4IJ'r4--
wert not nnd r tb* ;fc ece Uj of.employing to .;j't them I :will m have learned that to join a Know-Noth- Full of life and hopes, and greatly b1esed in the .and has located his Office in the city of Xaouo, Heavy Blue Penfe J6c.t. qecBzown.&n4

much twe t&4& tedjof psBr tfjOM/nqr. .aQm.. '- ing coin 1 is to surrender the independenceof UntierrBt relutibn of life which bad but a feW months eorgia. He now eficrs tile foUowfar| : .. : Bt..c,D'lThnI, .
Wct-1 a w. p. JUNIUS, been formed with as fair a prospect eonticnanee as Grand Scheme for 23,1855 bedM..a J.
con* iienajt >'Eab> to liking a freeman;; and to bring one under humiliating bealthiect Joly ", pamaBurtpa.
the that lives she has
from lo luta M/Ot : "proad ? Prindpcl.lf- $ TelLduutee- City Scm'ySiflroajJ subjection to a set of corrupt managers passed away. "As now for man his, days are thus as grass quickly asa When Prizes will be distributed. u 101owsJ amounting ( ". '0'0- c.,.. -" .

,' '- .g3'=mQo' thftmjjyreo .... i .Heitia/ Mo ti who work in the dark. In short it is to help flower of the field so be flouritbeth. For the wind to a : ... c U,; F' ...e.NJ M'...:

i r -.' ', into renewed life the bitterest and lOst tyrannies puwelh over i it and it is gone" So she sprang up- amBO OOO':! : Also t ci Lanel.pd q' Oj ed inMst,J \

'iekE6TwJaga@r&!wcMui:.i :b"1 Pensacola At a and : qI the.BI.trid.ra of the I sort of Whiggery. Denv cras wbo' liketo site faded-and abe paved away I of Ladis Plain StflMr acd f Lff* .,!**. I IforOMbj

ftz&4ti L4ey.4u14w,phy41thtdoothrhonor&1e, pursuance-6f 4.calltif eqrgia.fiaijraad tbTathct C Difectots.'npaoy. at hclJ Mon in, do drnggery of that kind, and be spit upon :i Parent May her.and afflicted relativen Lnsbood learn from, ber find lid and Ye bereaved dispensation CLASS B. r aud Hua.a BIoeim'M.. ., !*. iod .rn.., .

g re .8.Dd uoell roo Wednesday the 6th day of Jone. 1853, the .if they do not, ate'welcome to the eervice.- t-ie: uncertainty-.of life, the vanity of all earthly c42rrLL 3I 3 o..rr- .-. .0. .,. 'fIS&' .

I arts ana q; &* Among'polite nations'and meerinj Mas or| urized"br caning Ufa J.'e.'MtOebie I am out. OYCEANoW-NOTUINa.. thing*-and. be prepared fur their departure, when Prize cf,_..I12.0COJ 1 Pn'ec of.;. .' ffi.CXX)) _M.y191R1&-_ t.-24-4 -- .

in .ociti: ; wftr. ...tb.e''r6tion -character" i is to the." Cbair aoil'.iipfxJin'ung.: D. W.Ovrynn of Leon, \ the summons'1aU await them.r.Be ye also ready, 1 .. .. s.QQ .. :two : 13 Jxty.DosEecv1d .
... ', ur 3* tt, of Jeflerswia B.- F. miitner 1" .. 1.6Of It ... 1JOOIjOUO ,
comethV r.
'"re- ,jr, Q"I'b. for in a Hat when ye think not the son of man ., .0
held' i- .gQ1le l' bwa X-8 6pearies..rlV"- ?" .: General Distress la Louisiana. Sentinel copy. D. 1 .a.:. 1,1 Or'(1..1- ". :. TWA8 BOBBED oo 14.'lI 4P :
i d r. ;).,. ep tor."J l 'LAa a f*}.ett" the OMetthjt liaving been e >iained The New Qrl'efcna: Delta publishes a letter 10 4uf 0, L Ac, deamoooting .. Lpt.bouc1lfctf4wer. 1' ; :SJ" ._: .

tOure.w. ( tot filling.cp the intanralsof b.T th-C-..ntLowttrtn of'CoL B.' F. ;W1 hDer'a o 408 Prites to.. a.... .-...SHjrXQ SaHMnnJlis
leisnrev-ftrtraporfaricd; ( Kas been o m'initt eo 'prozi $?eotJIiatiat of Hoo/ .C. Cabell. from.the interior. .. of the State giving a distressing Harried at the Capitol.; Tallahastee by tbe Rt. S Gold Stud, by ooe .
: acknejrtwfj :..dDft.W;A..Brfn onira'apno5itfid. \ Rer. Bishop ftuth4g.Ihfi efnintr of the 6th Lust gAgetta wanted la every town aod city !in !"bt about 8 feet 1OiorbcihIjbrksoiIt9. *
r\ low
of the rivers
tel b--&isi IIgIV account drought, poor >*
After short rter' Onmmlttfei reported that Dr. ALFRED W. ALLEN of New York City to Union. Oft application the Terms will be'forwarded.Remember hair MIll whifkera' W.9 g** jR4 j '
And yjreThVtaaies u d ni e&gant, moreiflitrocdye A',I&KMaod/ootfhondned: and thirteen((4,'! share crops, and general distress everyxvhere. The Mias ELIZA J.LOUAY of England. every Prize drawn at each drawing. under brrkto nit, and ja about *4 cr 10 yean MS!: Tat t sstribtr >
: and more rfras ng 'cqtn lonp, of.the stock of aid Company waa represented by writer : the superintendence of CuL! Ueo. M. Logan and offtrt j iti ard"tiaty Miatf Set- |$flbts41 -

than doga/hbriesi igamMerej or sofeV and in&ttendizigtz pf'Tie, ape) two> bcndrear'and fourteen:"shares says: Jav A. NiMoet, Ej g!ntemeu! who are worB to a aa4 uSe JI.piiic ta alJ.jaiL I .

wisdom otrformKftgw we inayrcasonawy stockholders''!. RIpCTt1PJCe1'nd, and the Chair by The parish of wealthy Conconlia is as dryas ( .CANDIDATES.-D faithful pertornMoee i-f their d-cty. Prizes paid aLec -J-1 61UDT.IVtf .

; d.eided.that amajority of the tock ef said Company a husk. Cotton generally has a good ..---", due vkhodt discount. t2TAll ordtr:rely on it. Apaatfaip! May If. ,: ; .
be&ooght'to passotir confidential. Bill ail solvent Books Uk. .
strictly oo nat
"in abou 1I"u repruent stand, and the plant looks free from disease tr Ma. EDIT-:Please announce A. B. TUR- Ten Douu.Jtr.tJd.-: .
than .drlielping
ter purpo. hHnng The forracrpniMdfnffi of(b, itoclioldere! and Di- NEt' .> (Jandidate fur Tax Assessor and Collector par. : .i iiii
and but oh !how dimuni- a a !
lie cenitirea calaninles/and otlier: foui a ,of rectoR of 4hCofnp. were then remarkably healthy; Whole Tickets $e; Hal'es t4 ; Quarters (1 Eabcn.nTard will Lf r U io aVyjviTl .
iy fully T-
for Leon
County, at the Election in October nextMANY ,
the CoL R F. Wbitner. corresponding.Secretary.On 0 tive in su& Address JAMES P. WIKTER. deliver To mt'at jay'tfaUtoe* ,ioOountj )
present The of of bread and food VOTERS. Manager,Maeon, Qa. Fla. 3 cules frMLu'.F.1if' Ui
It:ia* alw b6en: aid, that *cfco.l-leam. motion otno TO, CL Cbfla committee was cry want for man .
'hasla -mchmiber- tEa ; .appointed by the Chair cbrntafcij of" C.:Cabell. B. and beast, rises above the husky sighing of WE authorized to COUNCIL June 2. 1855. *2- monte tcjoftd cystfHulsy iaosj vj -
b, : tiiHency gcnlue | are announce 3or4'ei -bI&rthd mso'dtaftd4lisi t
F. Wbitow. 0. H. .
jr Gbden
B. .
Bellamy, DdE. the fading woods in.tho hot winds of thetlesrert A. BRYAN candidate for Clerk of the Circuit
than im- an a braafettfcV
and coniAjafcntly, to weaken rather}: Htioton; to bftJinew for tbe action "of mwi" Notice -. .bt'lllttb a- wnall belt $* IIAj1V j
report the
prothe'min L'IHere opens t field ing. On moL J. a McQebte-was added to aajd'committee. 'Eastward, from the Pine Ridge of the Court for the County of Leon at the election in October absence faso 1o.iJ..Mr.Jazny L- fjsUDtdoA'with .'l atb r eUr.Snd .iM 1.a--..' i ,

for dedimatjon! You hare heard the leara- . Mississippi, whose crest Cdrau the bold escarpment next. DURING my my duly aothooaed At otaad A UiIm."- Mate UftoB the tit*srf w.Q.W.

The mcetioff Ottm Wet bf Naltfaez Bluff the of suffer iodebUd to invited to heard of iMt IOT likaitopy.' Alt Igirinj ._ '.
a of All respectfully
{ ToF' JoSiaaon qppoied .Shak; r tw two bOor cry persons me are ; :
d-bfnflflltj Fi1.wW CJTUEXS
:-Having faithfully discharged .swiltbe paidto vy "t k ri -
ing cornea loader and louder. Ii call on him and pay their respective notes at patenty,
comes even
fpdirc'B'ritfatiye troSd:note* wild; "and :nfcrcacwioadBfforo the dutiea of the Office ofTazColketortow.bkhyour SlId 1Tbft'n.. "_"

theOTn&r1OU very mach JQC'cocL by .Ohair.P.. 11-' Tbemeetiwwai'calledtoorder .$ from the silvery pearl, aad the eastern boun. kcbdjMsa! elected me in October 153. as is shown by and oblige your obedient tenant.BENJAMIN. BTRD. caodoCcwoty-Fla-; L1.WfAJl'll.. ... .

tke-diacredit dary of the great cotton State. Stock is DDT receipts from the Treasurer's office, I respectfully )bYU.UU: Iw-tO.- h, I.1 '. .-
to ; not of the learned poet only, Tbe CoouoittM sat tb'rwport bnsirtess for the offer myself before as a candidate for revIeeUeoin TllahuaeeMay26l8U. ,11-6. .---1_ t ,- .. --* ,--_ i
action nf the .- driven ten to twenty miles ta reach the" Bit you H
1f.-Mi1ton' m. their
btfotie too iithoughth1'dm rWent in wri.
nglt report .. _,.... ... .__ __r. fW.nlwr nuL L fl nKMTI.I.V... Fresh. Groceria -
ting which VM read and after various V **fwm+ 1 arfr 4 1*A .J. 4 A -s------- ---- -- ------- Just Received. '
hiv po4ced:1\ e1 i of e- .amendments. AXi "it f uvrw a at4avov UJV vijay( rra&wJtlig 14UU 1Jof : -'
rutl_ .a. '-\\eLLa LO3VJ J'--1 too enta8i.ap13y -'. was adopted sa follows: tens thousands;; of henfs and flocks in the LWMa. EDITOR-Please announce AUGUSTUS Per Win. R. Pet 6ff1J7fl JVer Orleans : Pin -wnxiiM. it pirns: rnm I'
fR4Obrtl. .That-the Board of Darectoiir1 'r.JIiI:
g it..r-And.: the ancient are ..4 to ejuploy competent iMtrnd- Mississippi. The potatoe crop is literally L FISHER as a Candidate for Clerk of the Circuit' i Lemons, Pine Applet Goava and U Caakt Sdii'! : -: t -
engineera .
aa soon as practl- Court of Leon County at'the election in October. ORANGES ..
,J SI d4 1rcv8tdme t bhe& frc 'J'Jf >;abl ,- to Utcatethc Railroad at from Tallaliawee burned up in the ground. .d MANY VOTERS.To i Jellies. Prune, Psars;S&rdiuea Pickled 11 -StiunidetI,

d: :.:': g'obI! ; t-u mr. r ,' o'stiyiAk.1 !' .Li ;and to.prepare ti s"1f\.f r.ntiafiliM: .aoon ai p>ssi But nh, for the corn It is ruined beyond I Oyster, Braady! Peaches, Preserwd Lenwos, J. PWzzJLtuc ...' ...:.,1. .4

.;_.u"'C', .,i G. r,.:-oJ -,!'. ....- .- 'b'e. and tolocHtefiD pre11tei.i. iitract; the roau redemption. Vast fields oft( now just beginning i the Voters of Lton County: Orang, Pine Apples and Ginger, Green Gage Mar 4fi 11 tardU CaW ITaJ*<, .- .
malftde, Lemon Syrup Raspberry do. Strawberry .
f from .. Btalt
,...,. '. a :Ug ( -y.OJrriCtemporEc! in n-e4t .he TmUahwV obUJoed ai on oa ideqtiate subscrib to put out its fiowi'ringtassel1 are .scarce At. the request of many frieiulo, WM. 0. BURG don Pwe Apple du4 and Ginger do. Raspberry Viaegar. ,': ': .-
:pna (& Gadsden] 6 Lardlfo-X;
and the
coualirt of
rluii.o3 knee high to urchin of Hit ESS offers himself candidate for Judge of Probate fiallibut and pt.. 4
i to ULt both Ins body and his mind. We wh6 read'and hevcr' R so'r Tbd should ever come to corn it will mot at the ensuing eLection ia October next, and will be Shad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch Ale and Porter: n" ed : '11- .
I They; always tbinbe:! d.- iLo Boar-i of Directors be instruc- surely tbauklul /or the support of his friends and fellow-citi .. .. !1
P' '
cbae w..J..U.'L: th-iaS wiJo speed ibaIJ red t.. fix toe aalir/ of the President of the Company 6e tho corn of Lilliput The only chance'lfe zeus generally. 30,000 Hnrana Clgnn. <0" J Wt n. -
; "
1' .1
'- ; I.
at two thoU d 6 UmBed': -
j>ari.oi'_ (heir tlrue<;10..1ea.rmpg -languages are: J r annum. "- can ever get the earth moist again, wouldbe D. H. AMES
: : 'J
w&Af.-'Thiit Pickled
6. Tsi.
MO fkr as it may-be consistent with t35T We nre authorized to announce If THOMAS 1866. 21
rarely found to in art to cut the present stand give it to the May 28. .
up __
ciaksproficiency orscience. the iuttreat of-Company i in" tie' employment of J. ROBERTS as a candidate for Tax-Assessor and S N 4. ,,.; t .. I r I
To gain perfect. kno>vledje;' even agenta or ''orHcere preference should be given to the famishing cattle, and plough and jJaut anew. Collector of Leou County, at the election in October VALUABLE INVENTION. 1 a P ciD- ; 4-p.-;:' Ffi" ..- It

; of ',t tongue,, 1r/a work of much labor'; citizens of Florid A crop may be raised, even from Juno planting uext !t MtisiDOrk i ;J. .4,::4s I

&5uga i aInb13I1"kkh a.taleat way R'Sot94& Tbxt the"irec.orl be authorized! (.* if a moist season should follow. Testimony in its Favor. 25. Bags Bio Ccflfe. -
] with to call (or the payment of ench inetaloienU as Six deaths from sudden of Asiatic CT: WE lire authorized and requested to announce Important 10. Java Ce&,
a* to acquirewith -.caMerateappIic&, a tb. mat deem cases LEMUEL JONES candidate far Tax Assessor f C oiN 81. .
y neeetsary, oo the whole amount ofsuoscnptiooi. as a FLOUR INSPECTOR'S OFFICE ) _
com-aeteatakitt inseveral Milton.. before he U> raeet;tbi correct expeiues -oJ the cholera tH bit one black, occurred i in Natchez and Collector of LeuD County at the election in October PBrtADxmiA 20th, 18S6. s ?r'.ettr.. I j

was twenty'years'old, had composed verses in Company; mcI a c'wreapondiBg wooont oc.aJIiubamptwms for the week ending yesterday. There i ia uext.cM' April ) 6.Eb1a.QvsbM.gar. ." .' '. .
Lerta&r alarm about it __ __ ___ IL!f'ESSns. Edwin -nd James M. Clark:-Gentlemen f I ::4
Latin, Italian: ,wd Greek, aa *el1iaE to bj* ouuk.U'HtitAs. no and no new cases occur.ring. ..u itL 0t4II8I1ar" -
JU4de.' atOUd. that any 'aob erlbm WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM -Having carefully examined tla eonstrotion IOu Lib Uoefaeo B'ctftr.- i: ,.4S :
gliafiT] minds >
"BjStlho'generanty'.bf\ ard not fib'>uld not be placed) ''on a kaa adFaataae foot H. N E W80M. as a candidate for Tax Assessor and operatiou and workmanship of y.ur owly pa. 10 Boxes Star C I.-., .
cqnaJ-to feU uor;f jitrjecesaaryr they tented Combined Grinding and Bolting, or Merchant t.MC
ing than those wh.ari more ia Collector at the election in October next S a .
One may)6 very Ifcieti5bl fth& beautfea of a hruU* Tbat interest to be tardy paid in stock subscribing'at BelTED CrWe! learn that a Know-Noth- -- Flourioz Mill I takelpleasore la prmotiag TOU 'end S be'raecA .. "., .' :

read it'with atrthe rate of 8 rmr. ing council in Tutkt Valert Leon the public with the following statements ai iLs resell! .,-. :
foreign Isngpaga,jijn JC ajf ease percent per&Imum.aball be allowed Autaoga county went by the of County: 'WI&II' .

E1 ,' e..vwgeit1ief! spo U nor all the payments time l ma f4 completing'the jo& candidate for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector
1t J1ct X e t hei lbag 1 i& blnd
it and bolted from nine twelve l Lush
ground to
the members had hot ztll
MolMd That the Director A discoasion the DiRtw i
be authorized and empowered on question at the ensuing October election and respectfully solicit : .
"fl'jkco/uojaa.Iieat an4 airong it to itt els of wbeat p hour making dean trjrk and at the .. 1 : .,
aihst-ojt.4: : furoaUnot.rtoom Board. any vacancy which mar occur. .in their ofdiwolving, and it.wu finally carried by your suffrages. With Respect, same time turning ont, at a single operation extra M,2CJU 21. .

; to mako bitTt'Mlrm- an almoat unanimous vote. Thereupon book WM. W.MOORE. lour,euperfiiM flour Harts,, ship staff aDd bran.: The Matnn, Jlf'tlClIgtf, tnJc eI' .. _' .' -. .., .r.. I
txeM14& yoaog'-tnaa I' 1t ipci..of'fh, p. ----- and is of excellent ,
extra saperfine'our an --
tar -.r njT : .a"or"mr: !/; 'to be .emu- of a onctrollmg l bg amount Directors of stoek in the T&llabN.aanro&d.'ai was brwugat out, and each member invited to ( 3f"Clerk I of herewith the Court amonnce at the ensuing myself October as a candidateTor electionand and the yield per bushel i. equal to the large quality.clashed t. .Chin_ .; ;t

abfo to cxfreaa theMe thought in the dia- i ; r +>*w be aotsioris to complicated mills of modern construction. 1: / tie Cvadt CuntV. tlr,ml4', '. '
JJiYTtifl. .
I r do an That b necessary to nammat that come forward and expunge his name from the request your suffrages. Yours Respectfully, occo3iet f Y' ."
f. -_SIa-di4re & nation- 18 Dotmtb id transfer of stock to ilu purchases roll when THOMAS F. WILLIAMS. but little I oem,can be placed in a compass oft! I" t. .. : i: : j"
2d Car wv R, fnejspaiiy aa amusing scramble took place to feet !In length by 4 feet,, which,when in running order. ;,
which ; i oJ Dt ialo the That It 1 Inexpedient at thu time to clad Ltrw.8.Orr, et alii 1 itf.1
J *odd.i :a 'i 5t :6"1" y r' 4 BMi *Director* to fill die *aeancu* cause by tbe get to the "foul record" first some not wait. fjST WE are authorized to announce SAMUELW. with all the machinery requisite can be easily removedor u. -. j.lATh m fI
resignation. ofth members of Ae Board. lug for but their a candidate for Clerk of the Cirouit transported from one place to another-baa DOcomplicated CnrtIla 77tthjnual Thiffi ML-.t aH.(
; : preeent a dipping the
1Ft-bbjeetIin'i.i well as 'the fqr., pen fingers in : machinery abut it, eonseqgtntly is not '

; tij, pti&ftW jfhit'tVvery man"o C1'r letters. I hat On the motion general bf Col meetings B:?. -Wbhner of, the Hoard!It wa'Director resolved ink to draw tho black line over their autographs Court of Leva County, at the election in October next hiLls___!. to_ .ffet nut_ of order_ __ and. __ tkt._____ bat___ _littl_n_ nowr WHEREAS, on Deere the lid.dty.'Kanh tiM larf. b ao
of ; ew by
: and be 'wazzi ?
to the
'. -sITa mis ak6 - -- appears particularly adapted to A
fact, No -
4 b held
at Tallahassee. A 'C
old : th
Democrat .
persoa pious, good who HoaJ.WaylnBkw.Jadt>
Masonic Celebration.The of the CJinditiui of the country at large; and from 1 Its
who.understands Greek udLatk'ill ever l'bOffiMtirlftbeo took a recess of one hoar was of the party, in detailing tbe circumstance cheapnetfl of CO ltf'Dct oO. and small amount fir capital 1 said. it was .mollf oih r thtatserALflova:

.i- -j aagea can fa &n incani. to our informant, said bo now breathed free- Members of Jacluon Lodge. No. 1. will cele- reqwsrte to cleat it, rapidity of grindrar per bow, taken -And it Is further odnli&1dWdtbat J IB I --
bnnce '! & i old bed N'm 0'aanE.R; M.-i Tb Brtanf tnsA 'nownant to that he felt araUs the approaching Anniversary of St.John the' into consideration with its portabilitr, and adaptation persons baTing ekhrrs, drbta ordenalkiafaciiBjat tVe 4
jouentg4 c)e in the Ohaip. never like an American freeman ifctptist on Muuday the 25th in.r,(24th being on SuuJay. -: o.ptaj"
I to iu ,I bat think
Wlii ojea1by &aingl. iostane' Oa'ro aon.tbe >eftfnjr proceeded to the election since he had been inveigled into the concern, .) Alt'.members in good standing are luvited to that ere long any it power will be now MceeMfaHy. use 'eannot: to.b1ib
t&&jsciui jriiterar hart by 'Jeantng. The ,of rnn. DiNctan of the c.m pa and Km. A. Moth that a Know-Nothing council was an unfit )participate. The members are requested to meet at cry State In the Union,if it doe not tetfrtly l lk the the said laxa4s, do pmtat the aM't6erli' 4 -

tsfortune'df3ehnenwu! ntAthe: knew 1. ooa1d &od."see-- Capee. appooiDWd to aWlt pfoee for any body, and especially for" [the Masonic Hall at eleven o'clock.A. M. where a : place of the old complicated machibarv. betttnfcn to Hugh Arebw Jr, .

toj-rmidiflrt'tliath( .cpnld not tnaVe(>proper votes ---u Jeffereoniau Democrat. precession will be funned, and march to theMethodijtLJbureh. used. Yours tru1.. STEPHEN.iilLLER, of this CcQt"Us cS* hi thr I
,uw.of 1uiejde dg | affliilbriuae-whidj ': 0. the first ba1W.tile foUovCac penonsTeesered a -Montgomery Advertiser. An Oration will be delivered by the Rev. Head Floor Inspector of Philadelphia.Thl on or before the first day of October""1ttt.1ad. '

majoritr elf tkte votes pea aoaorainc to the represeaUtwn E:> L. T. Blrfke. The Lmiies, and citizen generally, valuable Mill can be in tbe said Mnttrtaz proof ef end aattrtam -frIed 4
Mn optratfon daily,
*tQ1etfrz: ,&.1ect.PC ieAlUi or taste, ock,and .er* declared by tbe Chair 'to be are nvp Gl uIly inrilcd to attend. at Na 21 S Arch' Street next to tit Theatr, Philadelphia Upon ths v*h\2ry jnxt .ootaft cf escb aad ***J .,

than aparftbqndanpe of- erndinon.c .- dill .I!. tad as ucb Ihrectow to wit : jj,.. CROPS IN SOUTH FXOBIUA*-From the best JOHN R LLOYD. Committee ,'from ten'o'cloek in the Forenoon until twelrt of snob cUnts.dehffiS' sail dtmands.' Ant that IU 4

With thu. J, and'let learniog, he J..a UcOiRXK D. W. awrinr, authority and the latest information H. T. BLOCKER, of'Arrange o'clock and from two o'clock In .. afternooo until. said Master samaorf Ixlm,fcfeb.earia r ..',
wouf kW J.AjfMasojf.. .R'F. WHmrrm, we have } claiUor.eTcditorsorr sgrts )s abi1Ljcertaineefodewit1lnth34btat&sa1Zl
riiyi made a wor&e .. ROBERT HEIR. (Mar, hy those wishing to purchase County or Staterights. .
i Hia Cuttffnt tn'*" iMfigpitcd'collec. R. H. A. MflDon4L.' been. able to get the crops of South Florida THOS.HAYWARD, menu. The 'patentee still have many of tie mo>t \ t
!: T TTrujAx Euur i B.f.. WJarSnIL June'* 1855. valuable States and Conutiet uvtice by atdvtrtweaMOt to bsj pthvhwt i Ja"OIIIIh..
.doubtless Tallahassee for sale and Till girt all I
tioa are
r trA$4l ; upon an at least ten. Ip
W a..CmU : average in
atuctcm rrlative to It Those desirous of enragng. "per*pufclili4 this ?tt aod ii .pqw.w..1 fi
it E oJ. thpre. '. The meeting then adjourned .to "meet again! on J per cent moro promising than they usually in this proffikiojr rpcu!*tlon.inll do well to call and i the City, of Sfew .Jcri. o!.a ,1I;' 'u,.If'. ..
\'e .l ,WedneBdarifrsrl9tMay: otDe einbei at the city of DoU Reward tors prodoet then '- 1 fin .., :
IU0ie8.ya';' "To C nipetE1 hat been at this season of the and Fifty kee it**n,M hundreds ire d(ing daily. .
T&Uahasseei'Lco:* :: .:ii/, year are Ing the Mt .. .4 d. 'h f' .
eiet1 thehistodahjijt.d : t 1 ANA WAY from the Subscriber oa the ,IStJt of The prices wbich the r Patentee are selling County i&If .
orth&t J rit ii J. CL McQEHEE Cbairnua: not suffering. for rain at prcsent.Tampa R April last named EDMUND and States at justify the most timid hi purchasing; pe nrg Ufare hte> ra soeb frrffin>, sJ>JX"et.( .1
pteQsite'tlnibI a
B4 t' b i34o91dL '.DWQvpc; '*., .; / )i.,, :. Pen Ul* about 28 years old. five utgro feet man nio .r tea ioebef high sod within the last few weeka overaixty Un>aa&il dol-: errytoeoatmth t1aiIlJ o/.,_., ,, .
? t w.Sooj 1. ''f, .,- ).Seeretariei. lars wortliotboPat.nt Rights have been sold. Thetateoteva son or persons ; and that 4l. 9f crtdftq.or.sVisfl..
about 180 lha CefEet bat
into any i, any ma: .WbGa.derstnds 1 "'):, W .l : weifbs and Uas ob eolored of biI a aboulders pieaaut ,'EJwla and James.M. Clark,intend remain sats aa shall cot;come in aod prows their ifmiiTiihi.r if.. ;
countenance a scar one ,
1 I" iflanke hinuetf cia os :". Death'Bedji of the Amtocr, .-It was said to,have buG oaot.dby the lask laid Negro nf in this city for some time.fcrth porpoM of Mi-: .tbe time tboTo lira led:.- teIla Mtt' 4'

tar oftbe b haIf.da"k :.L. '{rr i.'the Yji f I I4 thejemark-pfa celebrated Londoq physician. was pnreha ed in November last of Dr.Joseph Ewiojf, ling the eotiia United States. County and States fi>rale. aid Master rturflaflowfurmr ym-feseVsltg Iit-JsV ,
I eluded from frtTbtatit cf 6e Wrt tib tJftWs) -
was Johnaou'uLfte, that ni4e blat TC t ri fS < Montgomery County, N. 0. It M probable he will .. ) r.I
enjoyed lucrative
fthe. most
1 'JJe jwho practice, that cans*; bat. 'ta".-. I IiMli.
tr&n&fu fr)23 to the 1Pl.Y in '- "' : : attempt to make his way %back to N. C., :I will fire a rPenool writing for inATrtftatK* mn t cscloe I .
crAl44I.Gendneii W .c- Iaitb,sakI."rb4w .r :-
iw hadwitnessed such Stamp to return
harrowing of
scenes at reward 26 dollars Cur and dJivery pay pootac
apprehension .
; $ $* genIufrrnatic .1Ie. bwfcrt brfty dIte4 t* iIt. i' 4.; -
D an.
&I1o. June 2 1W5. .
.t .UtKe. 2J-4. .
notof aUefttion bis safe confinement in that I
OOM.AT. Jail so
de4tK-bed3 of the jay 1
aristocracy he deli. :... } '
that1 ''
t'l' !
"& that (a1l"1Iw
lf.l taU/ '
J -YIJ I&I' pI.AJted ilm again. I wiU give a,father reward of 29.dollar t. =
.. "j ;/10 shrunk with instinctive dread when'caJIed :: ajsd Y'tD.:tfce? .j l\t 'c'
itki& & ptapIe Cottoni a&tt" &cIt1Ie&dv&Dtagel upon br proof fofficJeot to eoovfcttnj wbrta person of ha> .:A" ;, &h t."J.tbs._.-. ...q '
the\iat0ri4 f. ta of 7"o jc .RIJt.qQdw i1-cCitth7 'to visit person! of this'er sick boring or coooealing him. Any information respecting < settled .1IId. _rnllt1 h..
voriU, I said boy thankfully received. C.FEACLMadicon T T, AJf .',FLORIDAWholesala -' ,, '
to rci1cWa.ted (Sea laland Cotton) pins, this:gtia!ileuitiwbe o. .I" Co,'June I&b 1855. S4-tf .- "J. of(hefr Lfw e p'W iIo1t Z. l 1i."J ..

for VOn daoae Crfl thIJ&' 11I and 1..1e .81&r.< i ..a :_ .. ... : : : add 'B*fldJ' XfealdfABD 1 : *.'tfov H+i/ort iQl &of. .ftA
ADcl wtdGbJt 1. the afm* ttollil: a' : :1 IeTegiYnto-flIkgutt _
q 'pv'Jt 1ApPearuec{ Ii Z. 't, For Hire; : > .dland tie '
r against 4
1fisif '
: (lie FAjslcliiw:gjJJ.iIJsi ''
b! $S tazrtber. an improvement. stnon the old m. Artraf CoWuherandIron.rforthe bat. lJ' to cr fl mo.a I

UIK3ITied' P 1- "i. _-i r. &b--iU-1', f or, > .w the testimony f.:aa'eminent pbysieiaaiD XJL anoe of thelUrA': Can be WrsU only. in toWD.- TUST RECftlVli)'from.1f.., ;k'a1 fuU pe ply art Qa'f'Jd' etft'Wa'kuU. y.rcI
aidii-oow ,
I&orWLas.Vioige, ooirally Inquire at thia' ftiee.: fj ba tbe Stat ol
4 Jr14s
I orCrtfija MedrawvPsiDtvOO* Wia V- ,
( { : ;
j J -JT h Ji .**, ./ v. acknowt dsed to be the 4>eivfa we 5 r even "w>e.14.1856 t*. glass Patty ttIbs. ; -t. '- -' ;with tW evklenos ttrweI*., .1
ma Cotton this rin: :
guzatxi oc btioffs hothe members(tbt'ra di /M4tV(wtoi'aN.BO'cftert oppoieineal l 1t.M.; 4fId
at !
btsIj-1ALivrjw4' rketa; posed totiwrneeftheir ) casrot; ,'rug 8tti 4fI w llr-b c1.w*.' .' j', ) i "-. ...J.I. .I' TaDshaswe. oa crotherwise. ber OM lii. I

from 3 to 6e IJ :Lbf8ept.mbornext. t ? c 6o' ,'t .8i .wfll. iarr4 cI
: 1.._ (u it is 'if4 i" .\1. : r 0-t'A.. 1000 \ they > s 1
B NOTEProst..
.s .. f EffII' ., .' .bte4rtedcmdcrlAb. l
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the JettYo "J l :; L" .1IIt4 'i.III..I T_'T"l'UIS, ;. .' ,-' .. T4.Af1litIItrAc'n. .. :':' ... ..j. ... _' 2000'toooallteectesolL"tJs; tk- ::1. \ ... nuaa' 4 _

.uta- r"Ut'W'AI't ketsd .> the ''; ( 'aAA ,. y. ,. .\, u .
.pn i'IAII'" -, r.nMmUtU.' \ .. :.t Notice./ a.:.. .- '.- .:- '. 'ac. "-' .' .: {f"'",." ; ;. ,'3iyi&1uA 11S7 "

_7 .mast 1DfI. WJi lDtfaeJ. pInE UbSc h1fr JtI _.Ui'eq. tft G H lcal"jll. M'i.t.. J. ; ". :.. Thrfrwrs WaaThi -. '
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tlM IHI&t its &voZteirr .L.ofi4ID toO 5J'j urn
N.7 wUt'
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eeor1ed 4 ,9 an torij.tI Mt'an" i r-r lf COGNAC .- -- _
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tU HeROd commencing oo ike SJtH of F .d tb .1iwtftdoII '=
g3eTa1 joiti.r Wi. .. a :1t
Tm "f ll-cuUWoo! % and le "
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s -a.. 1..i.i CV.Abebrtfi .J ;.Mbri J'it1iah'id JI nchcpf includmr( 1t den ike iic.lji perfectly healthy': by restoring tbe *ecvfc JJi to.. rb ._ pwIi4e of..t. _.111 .

L. CosIILdlf) =bI ..w KSetnne,Anoect aod Modern:;:oVvi Anc-iei* r togas*to tbefr.original 'Xi 'I' and tttngth1,tnd bin' .:*fy; *' ; JLjUb m? -_.,;_ appi$ 1 I -'ff :0- = J C".'" ,
: -ium'; tratriment t'nd coloring-l 'matter to jt" credit, at price Ktairtf a* lowjfDot1owis,:t} JJ ." .
; 1).1.1 27thiCIMrj.L' t. n' tie.Ge1liit ft"tKf 'rfi"1 uot.bloi2 th .biiJr bat fa b avan! .
t due ; short) a perfect
gnoometf1\ Jba $ Q'Jo.atfhQ ', tc&c. *.t. J. i1Mcmr.o71i.J 5ii.:1'JJttJ
uAJ4DiirI. iatt ifrViliHtdriind.Tohicf 1 t
Fancy ; .d
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I.i T li Jj \..fd 'O- 1 i i.b WH, 'J. ;WjBe> yo .cwbo I ttpmA ,idmjr*)ffie bWgtifiIbct Boot*and I nd Perfumery, ,t.P. ., ).J Cjft l"d'' .. ,
'M tnlfl r.. u.'MnIitinow a ;'' ; afad> g! t'he; feel that;he will b 'pardoned tf lI.rdware.J1 t'r.. .a..rWb

} .. Be\ U.1fl 12 dinmaf RomN Anti 8f)15. th lhLQ a'Jtai I4bffeW.the. ''adric, ) geted by longestudr 1 and i ;i. Hollow Wart".r. *.eies.$T, I : k." 8Is4po.r0, ra 'V tp .1aIIt.-Inq : .

: ... tn.a.'J -dfVd1ft t d* ;rr.t at1'\oSlfWo"* Ugtt ttnw 1I 1 :ptpTs hamlt. telteVet! "'bi : n. e QitOonneil .
'ma fcf pa ia
P" hair
itirnulating oils fid the ,and keep al way*Upon the HntiandCapi : nagzagaUa10p V
.. 1 : ':!1? "'.: : ", toeer.with; 1Je.tuJlo.jn uanpditt.rzie\ ofle ;BY* potteof: ''atd-at1'e'. JWF occasional UA Bonnet and TniwiiHVf*, Palob,Oils;, t ;iti." M" FmncY Veetdc {dot, .tI Iie-Uii.
1'i t1&.1 {do.. CVuhmetM :
CTn fBoftiJ dQ.Ca. ,
1C11 b .. : *nHriII Siw1ME hj
ft4l 10
fliatbencrforth !
: \ tanilawly predict, silverlocfc! Men andiBoy Clothing, I Ci.
ltrnt..t. JJ;: : itDs.i. s 4 YPm 'I .White, J. -410. P.& the dbeUtrf'Ob'.....
and ': ."i, 'iF : andfbald Heads will be:unknown* fdr altlinngb the "October 14;181 4. 41 --., : I V Jlbe\all
uvutU J. W TL.E8''I ]U'V k rOPt If T **V* M w" A1r. Mrih ttl t..b. wm taU
". J. BCpt. fto1afqr irttIng. blossom the doiij'cbeek-tbe 1
.. fl. (1. Wn.so1. upon A lice oJtmentotStdrUeotIara. Grant* laeV,
11l .A..b&$4.tpt 8"r -J! Jujzaasrr. W. Leon- Circuit Court InV BEST JICI1rEUT.ur.
W. f of 1a1b- eypbV fcveY K> piercing and tbp trtth those of Mary Wage*, ) : ,
; q. ? ,.. ? .- *rr'.; D MeN' 19-..Ttt.Nra. Da. MILES NASH, still if the l natural fluids be withheld from the peari hair *. I.} Chancery -tIC) WV&akIOre2KIdth: Bfllr Olor**, Ida4Us}) B.1ow gre a tw utrkta frIbd
;. .- .' t.* : i.L IkTLEIl.61 dvac&I ing,ftoeivjGcioi| and-MeriOo'TJadf4ilartaV; JieM* elM. fran \i.
) Bill for l1
W..R..ciUll\.1'Ntaoi.TncMr. : ,:- 'i nnd in cnnsequerict become-'first dcud and )liarshlthen lames Wage .ot..
rj* ., ; E-R..M-S.-. _._ D Fa 1I'fr8. Brown Fancy. Cttoat'iBA'134 TlnaA 4 .Jr.8.& n"CHt V .
." NNED.Sirge t gref or'fall* off nature'will be robbed of more T appearing to the satisfaction of}.the Court, that Hose White and Colored ( 1l '

ra 1'( .la.titu iumdar U.(Iirttton 'Allr maiui .ixth -. Tuition in ClaMict tiehiglarlfccuK-hes'Mathematics tbq liall-! 1t11 '4harm\;-OTaltbougK it is a' oyereign'ie4y the above, named defendant/James Wages.reside* of which, are offered to.tSe;CambciG.k1reWf.t gubtfooo raitonahU ., tc your LiT r *rt ad Tu "

1k1t faDearA ri 'frtat.ia- ti.: Natural Scicjw&Modem Languages for t1iol e Vvb4 are gray"anVeil'as'fh'os* who 'mit of the State IQr Florida! it is ordered that a.tearing imd ws-mnfed S3 'abed pr_ fqr three: q.puao _la'

S ud f. iftoir.*}>rKjiote b/i tbt." Oorvnor of tbeI above mentione!!, per annum. $S\. ?. 'II rcbnld.'stin;' 'll a 'llw'
1. I* V? ,ai-. I -Ttin: id'EhgRifi tJhfnAVsriol mclndcd in.the sncJi an Application t'the hair and*alp,a* in calculated day of Mar.'A. !>., 18": Frytidtd That' a cotif'of NovtmWr 4, 8M.. It 2h. :' V V I: 'III t. .11

. :;. J 1).4Gt .!' L li*Sat The ImU-- tcereI2.4. : "\7"- 1 to preserve ifbolli in apcrfect'and healthy state, this order W-pnUubed io,*nme, n*'pnner printed] V .: ."

.tn dCll'1III'tiN 'Ge ttal Ovrmm 140 ''-' THOMAS HAYWARD, Intend nt. From the Editor of the Real Jt : K .d..utr a'6foldDatt V : ,. .." .
7 .at.i1lbd 'Arln- 8.' 55. .IJ. School Stjrect.BaaTo.H.Mareh20fi4.. day appointed for Raid hearing. V V &:1Y ;L ..
I drr rsx iicud twtf.jJ01dt Chiinbers'eb. 'B:9: P\bJ.Of! Physician17. ,- : t1h"
1 11Itf trpci ------ At 1. 1855.: V .
;' It. "' Ak KERRY AMAKER, J. WAYLES BAKER Jndgt.' resjdenoe pfladg.J'o.w.teq
: d "ndiJlhDlihe dutvep $ Wtiod: Dear S r-Having hcreome'prf'mafure-i), i F b.?, I860. 6-3m.Flori 0 mire'south oMoiiticello V FJ. .' f tetfes f 1tail4: ray-ft1.54 bge.. ir :

L t'e'M.'liua;had "TYT'LAW; ly quite cray, TiraJi indl1t'deoJ'Q weeks since to j -- ------ A'prii JS, 1g5 .2m' t tlsf.eo Watt;(*'ife Ute r

( b'B rofficcra and Traeb. .. pnbUtia ,'. -.*- TALLAHASSEE. make trial of,our bn restorative. I have used ress -' HoteJ: V ... PO ,P-tr.AJCM Aric,8.c.. .

*y be at'ureJ UtiV Ifte o\'ernm.1t.1Id lbe and Cajr2l, 1853. 20 thai two Untiles, but.the gray hairs have all dinappeared i t V Notice.. -. FaU..qft.t'milhel- i 1Jt -.,

.z r At uf.t-1le or tl r\lumSll1., be ilricllr to- ; and although my hair has, not fully attained MO\'rICRLL, JEFFERSON COUNTV. bis9wnfainjaq4 rcomaei4 to

J'rHd. z-: ..4t _;._-- -i__?- -.D..P.'OtLAND, itA i original color, yet the process of change iseradaallygyinjj | undersigned give* notJct to1 the pub SIX MONTBS afterdate.I"e-Uod$ .ami -fie'Rivtt ko Instance of*'<)rh>'Wotoaa,..

t'7: ."' ".4 T1rnMS .)6 -' :- ATTONETAAJD- COUNSELLOR AT LAW, on, and I have great hopes that in.a snort time Iii u(I *rr"JIE that be has wfittfid the ..HotetinJ ,' ; istratibm Ut&t3VbUL n..BdaI eteasi t1..b: bad b. 4 M Hn 'lijti oifcm

; ;i ."N'.. .1' -Lights, Maii my hair will be as dark aa formerly.:.. I hayc alaobceiiTueh gA. 'Slonticello'j: ..d J Jatef. LaccqyI4t4iI| liii iI IIetJQDt'IIncr fur year*; attended with*vrt rwufb*%

,.4 all* other contingent eipnewnths. #,-, .qf firer : .aWILL QuhlfTi, rloridlt! gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor ofthe .. *ii FVxfll be prepared formerly to receite kept visitors by by 13th : Vouchers to the'IJoiiVJuibrejof b ',1 l pbata- J" of 1AM. by the Liverwort add:Tar-], ? .,, '!AtfJY1. .
dlVcbf' ,
;! .. w advance, f 112 .O. _-. practi 5irtheCo rtB tiftlie Mi an4 of JaeJooaand Frankfo ceased to come out as formerly.. u.-zDWAk BJtAD ; r: Sttbe tjriri.'rJft
Fflrgeowsfcs per.MNHIO),$3.QO) >: Counties. and-willto so managed as to rtoM t te'the *omforofguc tta .

P.n nc.desinng furtlwr;Jnhrn>ati 1 .
.. :
ropjofth* RpjUSnl{ by.ddrev1ugtbe{ Superititeodfot < Crnc49o i, May 1, '64.-I have used Prof. Woods where every attention is paid to bors i, Tenaa* V.. ;- "j 4" ,

or aav mepW tjfJlw&SI rd of Tra t*.*. I I Hair Rcstoiative to a decided ad vantage. It prevents moderate as at auyolher Hotel nj the, country. Aebate V .,0' C. :i. ,rTgfven '! t__ t nld w .

.. .- D&EW.JUANSELL. Sec'y-. I AT Yoi it V LiW : the bair from conuug out. a glow and soft- of custom is respectfullv solicited. r$, tjtat,.tL&pcxt sesses6tk4 Q -! t. o 1l.

! 1 1rItb.. Oi: May l'.Jit5.' ..W43mt4 I lies very desirable. The few gray hairs bad have CfcLESS.Montieello .I e>ar.A sufi'of.tlV Sfattf of.,_Florida.. Le.L.UV .
*" '
____ MONTICELLO FLA. M tfl V f te4 A *4 '
-J ;- j-- : entirely diappeiired. .Othrs of my family have need 'October) ?S. JS 4.' ly'THE .4Aicy at Tanaussscrnr 'runrenroeruezi, ippucatwo. .yui t* i&----fi .r'Jftr'ii1jJ :

.- _.'i : : .1t1oe : July SO. 183S. 80 tijan it,aud concur with me ui pronouncing it all it proftitae made to amend. the Charter of the City of ,' ilaeb1.: "n 'r U.

;:- .tbi: to be. .11ENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avenue., F. jtTNA .DURANCE. CO.' eul*. V V V : .'.
1 A. I>T. Ttnn" v1tth Ectate nf James N. NEW YORK. ; .

; J"Lu.lrtte tlf1hdtt6n t !;rdlewafii, are' h ere- BREW R & CALDWELL WOOD'S -. TJtE uu'dersigueLC 4ent.of.ilj i abort 3 Couipaaj, V 4.oJt RaT IO !rr ._ tht q&i. I

:ii ,.. re 1Jtroo t.) make pavuentto me.. Those having J'IlOF. PBIEKTAL- ENATITK IIMIE>T. r mceWeapplicatki! for and iriakelfwurancengafnut 1 aao :

&i tJ i i :1ir. t laiJ *p te.r erfq est d to pfeient them SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A CO. This LiD i. valuable auxiliary to the trwitmcnt toes fey,Fire. on Brici and Jraole"BuIldinVs' Apols, a4pz.. .' .!, !..!; 1: V .

.! srnLrT-im.,presetThI by iawj: c'r'tbs 'notice will iEAERJt COMMISSION MERCH1MS of,some.of tbe mo t fornviable disense with Furniture,Mercbandize, Ac.: "'- ,'r ''n* &*,1f .IbV IOOtaod. B1'Tt AI
Leou Ifow1V.rkL .
w.Th&1 itT..r J.T; their re 1'ir.--1 1:" "*. .. ', ". -, '- ." '""" which it i i..our lot to coaUnd; far instance: iuflama- Jutry2183. 4 R LEWIS., a: ctrtty? : V Dr" (iII ri'cW .0. :

: pflOMA9.. M.: AlfDntsO:S7iirFff. .'\:,20. -s.-OLD'SL'. 1' .' tion of the lung and bowel. By *thorough and contiuued : : LtlitE" t ip: V 1nQIIb."wi _

.S$ .. .oO.-" _-_'rt-.Alirf'1I.inr' trlr.1f .. May 13, 185t. 19 ) 1.1I application of this Linimeufc over the regions of DR..,LEWIS, 'T HIS.EsitaWinment'itoo! u full opmt o... AD .1k V1ceau W.o3iii 1 ii'theIrt.
iisnnc n _n. 1855. .11:" 1 tbe afecUd orgau,.tbe otherwise formidable diseases DENTIST JL *" order*will! be attended to witkprpmnln< *,aod .t 4.ettWIM-rr.w.
: .-J" Glu.s Oils, White Lead,. &c.iiSn are at once duamied of more than half their terrors, an wot1dQU4 wjtb neatness and dispatch.. V ./; t.AH r "l : ,!J. LAAI.a...;.., ..

: .b r:'Notiae7: -I lx: BOXES Window: O1a!. a *nrted sizes 100 particularly among children, and thousaiMlt of meth. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. kind of workucba* Steam.Wofk.lWiWofk, "b, r- -' ";_.AQ ..

.. VLL prrD1 :iotk&frl {Ii 11 W4 JD! Starling, JL:V V Kegs Wb'ite Lead, pure. extra & Ng, 1. ers were they allowed to speak would with all the IS nor izsertinArtiflca1T.ethontbe'' Ola Gearing' 8 pr'Mill, Circular.0 j -- lIfq. 6 1 r! nttdiV CoG'r1ai _;

.,. .. 4.* |laW of Sidkon. County; dectuo&'nre. -. '*'barrels Linseed Oil, eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united her and improved 'principle, with Shafting, Pulleys-Hanger*.Plcugk .Ca.t4nf ,, rassCuatingij We klh'$" thIt .

.a Mft to toaVapayWent to me. ThaN hsv" 5 "' Lard Oft; testimony\ to the fact, that it has snatched their chil- cowijHioua gume, from one side tothe ,ic.; al o. Sugar eUl r.of.*DTaij_ .krptcongtantly' t Iud $ k..1fef '1 9' fvfli

-. : -fi4 rge srnst fait., '.eJitste arc Tpqutrtd tn prnfiattJ tO Ki Zinc Paiot, ', > dfrnTrom the very jaws of death and restored them other, without seam or crack, leaving for the' oa band. All.w rk dpof io..M.cataUiaa* ". _. 11. ..1, ...,. ..-...' ,' ,! V

a f t .. ; :r-I tm; weib tJ by 1a'u tiii-potie 20 puckaf Firc'prpof Paint. (bbl! aud | bbls.J ) to their fonm-r health and beauty. Again it will be lodgment (.f food thereby rendering them perfectly' ment will be duo .by" us, with a,psrt/cuhir regard Io **4>.at&. 2e. prarfWfcigukss '
found powerful auxiliary in removing what is life like and restoring the original contour of the face Th t1S&
\T JTII VIIT eireory. Llrtl! :ra It Oil 1 bbtOnpalLU'b, generally the strength .ud.duiaUljty'of:iLs work V o'Aten W '
I a A .s c i rSpItsTurpentiae lu bairtla and rtluil. known as an AJTH Cake or an enlargement of so as to defy detection. He will attend, to all calls Compeceol Wo'rkineu. aIwysnea4inesstopitap '7 '. C "Cia' (
fe-.?' .$_ : the spleen indeed in all cases where the external in Middle Florida. for Full Sftts.. Those Wishing Full *" .. SV : ttESjJ&SE
; I ? 1-.III'' ;<"ti tz Mimi:.tim;"i.trt11 r.. I). H. MES.Noviberj1.1E54. nppikatijJUtt Engine Ac. V / : :
.1 a1Jor. 1""fiI .r ftt:4. .,. 45 of service this Liaim ut n ill i>f found use Setta can obtain all neceacarv information by i 1etcr.' 'i'ertuswifl be liberal and all worV dooe stnotly fox .. rh, j
,: .. !-' G. ".:.! .? ful. He will warrant,!in eVety.uJi't:1nce., !atlllla .tion. and cash,*01. acc pteJ9rden'OQ'some LcsiD i'firpi ia this o//zx 1US 4qIA1It !s._'N

: Y 'iE,9 :. irLLkIti ... .,. ...1.. 'i" [ FRESH J '' .GARDEN. 8EEDS.OKOWTH LED WOOD'S VrOFTABLE: MARIL IIFE TILU. I fur.prices to suit the times. Terms CasK, ,. er vehen-. called place..-" Liberal J prices" paid fur-'old" .Iron, Copper> si4j.jau. f &! !ffl J. V -

s- : Si! u11. M.S i"loq BLS-FIII D. May 80,b3. Prof. 0.J. .WOOD:-Dar 4jW
.. 1,56 .Vt JfpGat d. r : OT 185(t" J" Sir:-As we have used nnd SD1 ed for a number June 24. 1854. -_ 25 .All'.letters" mod be xddnaied. l 4A :* d. :i.,: ,tM.. : fQl V..
J. M. snY p" .t ) .i1a. 2JeV1h : V Vfav -
Lndinc aOO for aa1f frr -,- RUT Bags Flat Turnip Cabbage. Beefs etc., of years, ,"ur Vegitable Magic life Pills, we are prepared WHITE & SLUSSER ,; r 2J&Vbs4hee- '.
.s .. 10 1Q.. Ut&. & ':<\
a t lt ; u jtTio q; J ue&vcj r D. H. AMES.Jannnry to rikommetul them to the public as superior 'M.\t'CH1t.US4.? V --.I --- -

y .T _t. ; : 13,1855. to all others, and infallible in the of the diseases Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Copper, ''Li '
.r Im.- _GI. cure E 0..Vdz&w,8' Andrew S.Oarf.irfp-: ) Cifoutt.. la"..
: : \ ; '1. ""*- '. .* .
j.e for which they are recommended: Tin, Skcttlron, Jirittania df JapanedWare.CooklngPurlor ,-. i.wi.. ifLrjri
jt p t in Tallahassee.; COTTON PLANTWS B. IX Leach, A. B. Ptttis B. D. Al LrCl, P. Jacobs, I.IIIBY im 'miTALLAUASSER _T4ILI8,. *t.1. V> "f.T V *' "* V '

.i; J'l; : fiubarribers would mpect Orin Bnrzel, Spencer Sufsell, Edward Oilber. John Rod Wood Stoves, FLOJUDA. ) TTuppesriorto tb* ;C
.' s .( L folSy.:announce to the cttizcua of 'VV. are-EO'1.1Se.-o ., Albro.raft Nathaniel Lucten B- Sweet, Elias R. Sweet John Hacn- 'JUST received all trimmed,,aud in complete V JJ JL out. t that tUf.,fcl I wj.;..edirf: xk ta fc did .

: -T4lWIJ'1orida.. aDd tbe ad. ; 11LLLU4SEEPIORIBA.. Gilmore James II.Pine Wui.Johnson of the' latest improved patterns and .FWfrieOC"iUU1d e e re de Mil of UM St tf of.flotjda.a t

; j' .fPfiia.tbat. be1-bafOJOPe'bed,a :, .' --- o'::___ Johnson PROF. Williams WOOD O.Dear Lnwpr.n Sir C. Farrar uM-d D. Landers.and for sale at reduced prices, and will J defy coinpetiticu r@tTH form bifrieDd and tbe A :1'Jt'Kidula A Mil of Floriua. k
:- :Having experienced "t cfJLJ..1Wr
cwz. P V T a CIl nree.,8trett. for neatness, dura\.IIltty'allll\ servkev hfeinaR& .c a ti
p-1 : p. 'ToCom Pt mrir ;;d'o1G r' ofVX anct the a--' .the effects of you* Vegetable Magui' Life ,* that J fa&-hftrebuilt l lIargel3rick l viJ ' Alri41'1&8US4atofJav CIm .
.AaI:1kQohgtWr. they .
will ItJtJ4AiXtttO do eery4ertpLion. .f. joi nitty."'ouatjei.irfliiiiiln/, .\ and Oeorgia:' Pills in aiy family!will say that as a family med House Work. StablfO.'at' the old studd if Mnpr Ofk.1Cbar1rd.k! wlimIds.I&
icin4 cannot raloed 1 "caed ; RoofiJOm.mtDtllt Head for Cutlers Guttering !pr 4ato-acoc>moi9J t4B-liitfri qd4 *odcn lDiner ,
they, oa too highly have
TJlT. tile 1WJ ef smeJ subscribers
work m their line. Chronpmten' D .Patent Lcv you V ? ;LQid4i1 Q 7.Pe24VM111iaDfJ
Wttehyii pe T I' our nibst grateful!tbanlts for the 'verjjiberal them'io several bilious, attacks end inflnmations, andI Tin Conducting Pipes, SLeet Zinc. Sheet Lead. Lead, ,He also has.aUached bi*.Stabiea,. g od Blek- /:v.!UoO-.r-
t\ief"; ami eumuuu VII lial npiIou-rct } XetBtesS .. .
c. ) smith wher.. Ujiav..have-doo aH kmd4 >': ,
Work of Slwp. w L.iaarlottr
description >
will that their virtue cannot be too Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop every
which say highly
*t'ne shortest nAfe4v4Ifcfjbi' aoA'Ctdcfca of every patronage wjinn us, through appreciated Plaolallon w ork. Horse shoeing,aod CscritfvwbrkUv. 'OciDmlJft : JDeuiorri e"LttII.JJIIM&'U. ]
: kindness since i Ve hare been in the fur in every case: they have speedily tri :done with neatnen aud despatch '. T ,
rjtrkiaUwntion tp ImsmeMthey w. your engaged and ffi- W.r-Iae AJarf.*tt* er Cawroa.Margartt .
dcscgpjjjja. with
riet'd 'tfdJ non Matt j&alcay TKtsqtiffit? i"*" : Cotton Storage, Weighing l knd Selling Business inJhistatyrwdW umphed over disease, and hence I feel in duty boundto City and Country Merchants will find' it to their advantage the very .boat zuaoorr_ fad promptaeu '. BaleD 1.ea1ie crBvoD JattVilIkm .... ,
.agaii off r services the ensuing recommend them to all. They operate perfectly to give them a call b fore purchasing ehwN. patch. V \ UsG Imbadb HTe Cizwe 1ab.and
N. B. Goo. work Horse and Buggy-foriU* 'At 6 uur wastou November 6 16g8. 44 ,
9.._ uinb'; orcJit. : .:'- &tour 91d,.Unci, aod hope that our .duty in tho CJu I1.
t p btU.tL CO' performance'your business beretofcr has. been so n thorough ; and I am satisfied that nothing more nr B. All our articles are manofaetuved from Wines, Syrups, &e. Walker Andersofi;who naMes k tiu ITeaUn CSrtaft
in most is than these the best material 1 and warranted durable-no
dif 1arged to and influence cases, necewary valuable pills very ofFlorida.i
as secure
: i : Hae I 2t. Ht5. : s/t.! ;;;' ::2s._ your patroaage and other will be offered for ale. i Otard Brandy, WorcesjUrabir* Baace.
to triumphant .
o ; i ia the fiatare. Very Kespectfully perform a speedy cure.Repedful1y OLD It ia ordered that saId.d4f.Dda&U do appeu wd

Spring"GaoI.! ." BRQOMK. )
1 ; ,89Adraistrator's J. B. SANOER. to say the aid above named d i odaat* h. fniJs
C Sueriber 1ai..per" Oatu 1e. For Sale. Clams
1' are rec Sherry, '
0. J. WOOD *
I TH out of thu State but ia the .8UUv iHtbia bar
I/-? i 3 and othes.rce nt arr vala, a complete Notice. Proprietors 696 Broadway, New York. small Farms in Wakulla County containing London Porter, Hallilmt months from the pablicflnA of Ilk ordet; the dfendanta *-

aw>rtrtatol Goota suieJ.otL, e p<)i ng and Saton 114 Market Street St.Louis. FOUR 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and Scotch Ale Sardines, : above named wMrefid.Jm.opI with

.' ertoutoncousutiug 10 part f: t :; persoBfi having demands against the estate of H. Ames this office. Brandy Peaches, Towatoe Ketchnp I
ALL D. Agent, Tallahassee Fla out houses on the same. Enquire at ** De taontha com the puUieatkb Of tiiift ends*;a 4
Hats.: -*.-) Loeb late Jefferson, deceased, win February 10. 1855. 6 October 14, 1854 41 Brandy Cherries Wajnut t tha- defaxkU wb mid .Wesltra.CSreail.
.1rl takenutice that tLy-oiut !nt Uim to the undersigned Guava Jelly, SpIces,
# ;. Fie Palm L.inf,Canada,Yt a4giAStaw, kenticated Currant do. PiekleaPreserved ,- > within. tWo mojitlwproTidedLtliat; P1I".tO ".
duly within the tine i prescribed JOHN W. EVANS New Establishment. '-
a'Veek nM.1imi&td
made for tbi
Mi and ordvftMf "owe t
I Funters Black Leghorn. Supe X..n>' uw &
j tc law or'ttns notice- Raspberry ,
by will be plead in bar of their re yrnp "
'! i Ltdics Bloomers,tnmmed and ObUittfniCtl ATTORNEY AT LAW for the appeATanee-of th 3eftod*nta tborr UIDf
.. .,&dall indebted to'said DYEING SHOP 9. Pears, StrwJit'V.
r estate
.' '- owery; pens are wjioreaid io tb United Stabc,and'coet BMtk Lithe
:notified BAINBIUUGK:, CEO V.' LemoiL./ '
Clothilig. hereby k to make immediate the Ginger, :
pnymeht to V
undersigned have opened a Dye.Shop,b Tel part9d; *bois I limited] lor the appganaode&odauU at..
0 attention to all business : ,
10 ed.E E. BLACKBURN, give prompt CD THE SparkllngGelatiiie,, Qipgtr .
Sacks Frock Pxletots ati4Pa 'oAlpacca lijd'Ete, : WILL above named wbo reside Zarvei
South of the Union. ia .
i May ,Z855. 19. 8w AUreinistiator. to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, : three doom ojd, .Fla riotxtractS Pe4Pth V '
Qaeen's Clvtb. Cas itter ) { I V
TlMjters Decatur, Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. Bank, and are now pVepirid tocxcutth dispatch SPa 011 .: '_ :. .AOa.xbpa.,:1 ..' V V .J
\ Cotton- ;
ManCHHes' Do :
(Ita aud Brown Linen Hue V 3.WAY3ARIUdE
ss : and all kiMB of business in their- .
: jftdministrator'B Notice February 17, 185. 7 tf tn good style :En1ihIuttard ... .
UDdILWte '.Cralats : .._ DI'': : .
: adc4c. Also vetta, Shirts. ,, They served a long apprenticeship to the trade Is 4 V V March 10. IS5& 4a lmfer.4 10

: .. t-e: *x '- ; '- *-*-. : SIX: montis aft, date.Uesubwibfr.. late Sberiflf LONG &, GALBRAITH, Europe, and thoroughly uajtuttaixl' ) I ha business, and .CTlirt Ttba'cto.{, :. ,. Jp4. .sparclSgder Fit! Joic,, ; ... SNUFANDTBLVCO.V ;'

Shoes anrl ; I :: L County and Ex officio.'Administrator of are prepared to carry it oo in altiU.deprUiieut&rr- MTR ,
floot. CaYana"S U L V *_ "
4 ; s the estate of JMIUU Pattertoo. late of Leon ATTORNEYS AT Lxw, TALLAHAKSEI FLA. egara 1 ia1 W -
make clothe
County They pretend not U> be able to new out
II .
A assortment. with frecb KOT. amber. ll. 1B&5 .' '. 4Sc 'f .. u.PETER LCHULLARD ei
.Tngelhtr "
". complete snpplws deeea.s.elLpiU exhibit his accounts aod vouchers before 1A.. LONG & J. B. GALBRAIT1I have associated of old ones, but they:oau renovate fot -and-Clips;Solo* ; ,.
:* of ProT&i.DII: OrocerieB,' Dry Good, Hardware, the H n.Judge of Probate of said nod 1,' I .,. ,; s. & : 'irn'
alfBorta offer Comity apply themselves in the practice of Law. They dresses and thoroughly cleanse fll sort -of'tlftthiog. I. '--1' ttce. .: No.4*, tJWt
: Woud v r iidvpUaovof ,. W6cb w for a fiual discharge from administration of said will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Suprejne woolens cottons, Imeus and silks-in short, they can .l WtNiy' 1.iwoei
hicli rabw..gr1t1 : CCESSQltS'of Tiria.tdotjilowii; I Okoqk
'ilToQ .
of .
4t for usual term and to>the inspection .. :lTHE pa .
f teUte. .. ALFRKDA.FSJIER.Maytb .
Courts and the Putrict Courts of tho United extract stains from'evtry kind of cloth, re'palr.-cleanse1. X IUbr1bUIwIII br nit aBbcIrtif t1PcOssn
and CO.w'continue
:: we f7tk2.rry good friend patron !ingV'beu4
y rejpt TtTeTuCIic.t | .' ,.1855- 18 m"" States at Tallaltassee.Office Dud polish auewsuch ajrUcle* as usually! bVl W \o 1** IBe"FACTOBAGB rt nt1 ""Pw : "
Ji& ".' a pplJlit.the Court House.Oe'tobcr dies's and geuUt cn's ..toilets.: All th'eir work.will be kIIfIC gb:
< Bounty Land Warrants 28,1854. ly warranted, and they hope DJr attention to business to &:-CONNKSIO BISI5ESS t.d
.v __ ,
MirJ'h 1'1 Uti! 11 t pIdtG Jl
merit tbe patronage of the community in.which they 'onbwttim'I. ; ; '1t'Q.dtn' tY.Ji a
he ind
:- i BQUo'nT' t.price procured y Notice.A have cast their lot. Their terms will becash and reasonable ., 1rr.jiO: 1fo ncLIL: 'WLs .: .81&tIS.V -.r. o\.r.
Gf ; to '
r& R havtrnot been ftble t eslabi} b I'
I : H admit.ladles' and' ...!.. .." r t '""h' V ,1eb.Vfl1.3Vc'I: -- .'
..c TTOT? ierfj' 'ft 'n P."tt1irdrte g, _\h ir j L ms. If il Eaverftedved a'ees'amoutjl jJ;| LLjpereons indebted to tile estate of Dorothy S. as the limes will gentlemen : 1. I. .V Y.'f
p .J-V. arc respectfully invited! to ea1iind.oiwfl.theirwork ) R 1:1 :t1 IC .t L ; :: )
aL ) ; .
d 75 bbk:i'tr''J1otlr. hair thewire entitled. e\ne Vabw it.Ilaviotf Tnplett are requested to pay the same to the : .
.J ".. baJ Tio the those claims to 'themforpaytot j ,! V i. ':UIJ"p. ; J .buu & Ctf HAVE reosivid Till sad
and oan
40 extra feuaiJy:Flour. foniufnyears ezpericp! prpQ cutiou undersigned; having present KREMMER] A CO.a ;; -I. jlllt rAY

; ..6 hhd*. Sugar,____ 1J" settling of Ujrrerlment cIaftitItthderst.ard u111.the within two years from this date, or t this M.iy. 0, 65. FRAKTZ__ -* ,-J, r 'GQ &* M4xTJi1uu N;& V : V II,.JuplyUZ, 1ab,. : .
;.t "lt8i .,. ,. : -: .:o wnyi tdnsopttg mrtougb tb!..Tarions DepartraentsaJt .. notice will be plead in bar of their recovery. --- r's-Noti; e.ALL Cbl4oe1iteznber 9.184'a : ;4 &l 3Cor1ti l'r.iiI1 6iJ
Exec\it :
Wfsbtugtoti -*I have jo mv1 ." J. GEORGE ANDERSON AdrrCtor. d
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record jErideDce %tf Florida, 87 A.hjfoamft., lSOOeorgiiT April 28..1855.; 8w 17 porsbns having claims denaands against or t UCe! ;A ) a ueoebkterowV 'd l oO:! :
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Sdu'A Carolina inteVested In-the est tof Matthew J; ijllijiiij : _...
... ., besides' anj TeDWJssMlHostef'RoTft wise mT1.. .! nnr1<> ;iam<> ...b ,J $ CV40: : I <- Mt wijAf-iK-** Ttr y p& -- J
...". .I .. 'ft"l.wu' ... .? s" of persons engajjed in the Florida l _War. Jf yop Painting1.MR. Alien lately deceased,'whether OH creditors legatee i X partnership m"the : ,r", LAGAND wnr9 ."

iI2 :. :.. :" 1-.4'" b1u1ase ,. o .. i't I ".:;'moy'Q arier: Master, PenH n. pr B nrty Land IL HARRIS offers his services to ILcitizena or distributees, lire hereby required to,present.tbecato WHGlESAlFAfjDz.; ? .: < fl.1.cO.flf ,

'.. c1iTe2u ii. .Nochitgeit I obtaln'Do money. the undersigned, executor of the last will.and testament READYMADLOThRV '
of this and
Paiutti. lie is
: 34 M.'IQor..Rodc.r. : place ,country as n
.. : L C. H. BLOOD of said deceased, or Jo Archer J Fapybis au. GJ r &ISI. giiiab. i
.'" 4 boxtLw.i; .. .; prepared to do wotk in that hue of dvsuiption, V .. V '
Q" ; N. B.' l"i4ozswit1i 'u kett1ed busiress with himself! every thorized within two aii 'fronrtbil"date; O ; *
,. fd.TCID ,. r and in such cinnot fail to attorneys y 1fDE Z NAE A5DJ1YLOC1I. :&
=. !.J r ci.'v 1 : &Ipr e- a style as give'satisfac- I' 3A
or XTUchardson'lr' or.ted'1Jcalt without delay at or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their TeicoVery; r. {JU| .#* 4Trie V er
4 i H, ". } ). ? < lion. 'APVH ati Ds can be left' at Mr. Praturwus '6.MAWEl a.
.*- i.; Ioe1bbeaLt1toWButItt. ..1. '-: my ole (cover 'MWra.'lMton..**" *-, L"T t WbJtaler. Stwre.) Store or at Zuck' '* Harness Shop. and all persons indebted to said estate.will plcmte BARN'ARD a.). Jm SwIJnd I.

". iiMlI b1 r 1.t"'Z ; BE .'EOWLBS.r .- .ioTafimi! Me/Jhv,. February:1855. 3m 8 make immediate pavm nt. .'J "ill' be1 phi" t"iethI r,fcVtfrravat.Bio. ;..11
R6BERT Executor. a&
: 'AeofYarc.bi1T5t.A G. ALLEN .
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ep4 F;'. -_!.. ; .- .. -' .; ---.--t .z. who reacasea. ,sent toourdtulbegbarge .Notice. April 21. 1855. 8w 16 .roH&B4matU'. tigDof the r,oOr I.fdf" t$ Wa.wifUft, aJ
1. ted
; a'-JC. c'dapt Lena oiiIy.t21oFinere e. nn3 jM/ DCW| Mies,for our fee, Monroe tad&xBtoit. *tr* l. when "
;; Luc Snlsam; ;J) t.rt.1 .F monthw after date,the undersigned executor of ea'* tapta : fjjLr
k : J ;4LL'L :. t"CJ k'Chwy. : .1 far HanST proeugthirW: rranti. l1i1a" a&Eorda. : .SIX estate'of Mile Potter, deceased, laU of Blacksmithing.A they will be}.* full and gtueral a ortnj. t of arti d.1I $

: 3ttbE POUddt Bi1tfOterot ,on will bis final and TTACHED to appertainjittio.fteliUBeofbpiae: *aad:aoUcik t.I : M ;
w TAtilHASstr Washington County present account my Livery des .r oa' : .
C: H. nTJ OD. Fw.AL"EXTH. J.
vouchers and wk to be from tbe Stable is Blacksmith the of their frknd and the poblk..BARNARDi:3i.e." I 'I' Ij )1irt
.of': TTben!! We 'iit5faet5 n flf tbV Cotjrttbatofsom :EVANS: A CO W A JiGtOi D. Cv discharged same.SHARPL XX a Shop pahooage V V
-I. J_ ed.rt difenia t:i tb F 18S5V ,. : :: EVANS, Ex'r. _ I in which all kinds of work appertaining 11' -. : DRY.-eisYODS) n.'
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) ,. ? O. TROUP MAXW .
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rub rjQtI4FIoR1tieerdredtbat Q February 8, 18L5 to that* business is' done in good short : ,

.:{ a b 1&1f {a1 s'1J. ii J6n1oMed .. -, .. .' '' -'W Wt. *** j- -.*- .-- -"* notice, and on as reasonable ,terms a* at any other February 1. ((4.) 18S4. V BETt -"EtAZE \

th x>. 1155: In LtQuXirculi Court-In.Cbancerj. Notice.Stocldoi : shop m the city. Farming implements, such as TurnI'l1)tIl18i V' ,V .......:._-_-k'taenl UrWMHitf. P* ";

Me! idD : William Marrb; > 1 '' / crs'hr ihis failabas'see Railroad are ; Scooters, Rods, device*; 'Heel Pms, Tap Administrator's Notice. faFrilMdtW I1tcr jjto.t. tl V :- .., '. fcjjf-" '

.fi, t 5 liP T.m the- .paee"bf"th1'ef. ; .t' ''. ,-*?'OnRicitid *, 1"HE notified ihat an'election will be held at Ring and Iron Wedges, kept ready taade and con' pel'lO oreditort'legafee entitl4. tadUtrij BUck Frtoeb Dat' ; IrWa'. > ': J. J1 I!
.'; 1'r.Wro'*a1aeitii ." &Dradb-d. Ad 1'r. f Bflf. _, J. '-', the office nflho Company ioTallahasMe, ofl Wedoes' stonily on band. TlW will afford farmers an opportunity ALL (r other wi le\iint'veted in tM uuto 0( P"c'-l'r'llttla. C fIIIIDM.. _.. ,- "
'U .A9Ie. 3 AKgR.r of Leigh JUadT**"'' HAnd -" far a.ttlbtftb'e' day, June next;for:**Yen Directors 14 managethe to supply themselves without being delayed. William C. Miller/late of.Madison County florjds, J' TwMd '1 V.J. C.P .

-' a f.. :":1 tRai'._ 1Jfl ge. .r ... .- 1.'.i"3lVehtrd ri s.u... td :of.she Company forboe''year from'that p B. BItOK&W. deceased are hereby notified to exhibit their 'WmI I J eI .1Wiitict ...r

: ... t I-i-.r- : r n -- H. Bradforr't; Eib f.. *:4acQt date t -...a t >. ; .* ,li Js.nuarj13,185. 2 and demands within two y*.rafrom tb -dat hereof -. .s JCqtIM .:,.

; WN. JJ Cda"mnf"-it"se.:: .' ., .. : 1.e.$ 'Rad,11e i.J Q' 'W.: .lJ. ,'1J ..1 (T"' ,EDWA1tDHQ1fSTOUN'Presf&nf) to tbe undersigned 01 UM,:|ajo. wiU,b*' barred; and 'PHntIII; -. :1 VN1s. .o tl _t!10

: ..W .._ .. .. i.;.I.Is.41I.Ia.' ..',.-0 .JL- ., 10 -- March IT; 1865. 1 ''tdeII, Sent. copy. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS all ptrsooa indebted(o tk, .sak. | d do. t...' '' r.10tl-. '
I I"ed.U.N1D.mmr '_:rees iun ;' ent t*_Sb D't;" : "- .
TfiUiaw: Marvin, William'liaUv ( 1-- .- 4'a ted .l.a r r
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ne n. AT OKT. ot-r.-n hI" .
iq t : ,. %:'f*1J sic VTlfeVTk d 's9 -"' v i t'. New'Bobtand 'Shoe Store.' '. ') J .reeidiDg iD JL a. w .fF
.. :: l1iI.cum.u. tI Ihik otbtri r-1' ri-; 1 I '1. PHE undersigned still oarrtai on the aboT biaB! *** 7D9'i 1J lt11t, 1l"18 ., it _t.t3r c'lMoCarhy'aLGIne. '< l u ,'Bitt V V .'"
.mi. .oqpcf mH n ,tj ,- sJ.u 0 pleaaurein i mfprajio.: 1 *. BuildingwellealculaMidifordespatching rr. : X -
> of a'eftefc'of the Hon. __}. tt inajiUUbranche qDp'f$ *. o !:4 10 1:1
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; Ttfilti' I Ift Hnrtrir gut ftiTtirt6fi.ici.Vi :1"purtuanea a I.:...tbe'customer rf aaiftfrie ada of JO1Lrb. wagons. D. LADD. ,. .
rLpii Olieull OuuiL UUiile DO tlio 8t&"dlkf o i ebruarj.iVC id the ;that .bare.bought V 8" '" T. ) :' .? v. I.Ao 'rfIIP '
,i ioU _"J" gtlrpvqfr ; pubUe geqerally they Newport, September, 1864.' : '. lu. ,.. J ,i.rtO:.:1.'
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..bUcitt pd aJl1od JILt glve tint hi'Boot aod Slipo Store-and u, reoayuto makeup V VJ V : fcl 4"1tr3' oft .1 rfji .
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4 etafeu E M. V OF l braUd'Gin*for>at; WZT : ifcat < "
harfeg Igkfiftt ! ; #.tW'1. t- la4tb a.u : ,. II' MILES NAHot CO.; ,25 iTeua.Ifl2ke .ri t1" J :riiir..I'J ; io .a :tJl feriin ; o.. ?!
r file tbWmi 1orpayaMat"

J 11;&* CsU.4r31.hIN.f.L.lII-A sod rnr". ; U:'* 1.'flI: ., .,DD'. ., I *.f laid MtalfwiU ex od,witbia_. aiz- .monUis_? '*rr.from.thit any work d ii6!bj\>_will made do a Wtll well to eau M can They be.done warranttbdrwoTkt wy:. Dealers in Drugs ,Mgdicinei, &o. 8t1lar..1a1..1t..18. !r. n: RJ ,t &, 5. Earfmqp* -:1 1..?.,fcw.f V .. ..?Sr ,TO. ..-...

0 .dar.t 'fUif oo'Jwtdml ..- nc MffiS 1-', -01' #P9VW.! C: .1 .
; yJf r ; W : ;Vbere'else. They have pni band the beet kind of inform their ftienda md tV J>uUj that U ..-

;, ,1 ; t'. tfz" .d'mia. adiiiattL Preach Calf.akin and' English1 Sole Lather, and offrtkcr'wrk.s WOULD *on-band good1 aatertmeot of such I hIf! f.iJ1, rni M j'". 1 4 'C
-' cheap a* potrible for'cash. "* lin.of baainew
articles a* SM geMrally k.ptIn ',UI'
.. qou uu.Jl2Rtfrrk.1'. ".0' : T -uTCi. .;' f.J: M. A'.?. RUPP.. .' Their ( [ ra banWW"
F .1 't j I and vjll t* receiving regalarly lrab tnppti** 1 V *str8M iLR': > l s
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*1 ; 4 l-.i:1'*i'\i; I RE manufacturing tad ha'vet eootisaifyon bait brsncbeiofis. .. I .e can, be fc dattaglgftVtt 5000 ?f Jd I.U I.
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) [*U tbetr lately patented ImproTetttatf '.Iriott.1it cello EoteL it4fY. 8&XO.L'IJW 1JU; "Wi. ;iI1C)1.s. ,.c .

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