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 30, 1855
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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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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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Preceded by:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by:
Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Semi-weekly Floridian


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/ .\"JYA'Um8s1\ .: V ; n neae'water' August last:.Provided-That 'For preparing the unfinished records of nitnre, and'other''Incidental Jpenie;Aree Franklin" Fire Company, ,from the '! ; 1 !''t.
,,- baccount; andvouchers shall be filed in the public and private surveys, to be transferred ,thousand dollars. :; space on Pennsylvania Avenue between i hy ts, dlrocUuto W lo.coakrt&wtf '_
'tLAWS.O F f ; STATES.J : office" of ,the Secretary, ,of State, and the to'the State authorities"nndar the provisions FP.W'y.fJi'.n'JfbA;tftS p1 ndp*!meridian, Thirteenth and Fourteenth. Streets and inclosing such rite In* wnkil pa&ifej 7 tb. $bondst
., V t < jblaim be first approved by him. of the act oft'e twel'lh' June, one thotstnd correeMo.p 'pa/a Jels, o.wnship and! section said apace \1t1 an Iron fence, and thecityf ,\V_ .
.- { For-the' relief and protection of American eight hundred and, forty, 'in those districts lines, in t the fynitory of Utah,- at augmentedrates improving it, eix i thousand dollar be).l egJt_ ..ti.PiN. :,:1
JFor oil and ether'iup ;lei fwr twenty one seamen::j in,foreign'countries) one hundred aqd where, the surveys are about being completed fifty .thousand dollars. For removing i the pseae t doom' over the tatei,' 'aQ .Od 4 r
lighU, cleaning m&terial..or all kinds, and twenty:'five thousand .d*r* twenty thousand dollars. Penitentiary.\ -For compensation of thewrden central portion *ofjh Capitol L,and the constrnction p.l ltnun '1).th" ... .. V
: transporttttioa of the 8me expenaea of keeping ,For expense which .rcny .be incurred in For resui; eyors rid exarqina.tipnjs .of the clerk, physician, chaplain, assistant of one;upon the put?**dfeJgnd by accoutrements of tat 1IgsipUJV
: }Umff:tnd mackiaery iorep ur, publishing acknowledging the sevices.of; the masters and, survey of the public .lands in those States !keepers, guards and porter of the penitentiary Thomas U. Walter, 'archiUct of the Capllol: l for the as. of the ialUd&'efdie V
1. n iice8 to m&rin1* of changes of tidvto nat .crevr 0f foreign/ vessels in 'rescuing citizens where the offices of the surveyors giqeraj) of the District of Columbia eleven extensjonTuhder.the, djrec\op '9f th*?rti'ient District'tf O l9tt blM" Si'f_ WJrtMrfttioD.otdM
:i V :fgation thirty_eight tboxnAnd and twenty four and veiset* of the United States .from shipwreck : have been, or shall be, closed under the acts thousand two hundred and twenty nine dol-! of the United States, one hundred. thousand V military,tr iJolationary .Jf"'m-. :
1 dollars*nd jtjsrenty'fire otnta: two thousand dollar : Provided' That of the twelfth of Juee, ope .thousand eight .ar and thirty one cents; and twenty per dollars. *V and others w'tw4t furthe dpQ3.
For repairs and incidental' expenses of V the same shall be expended under the Ur ,c. hundred and forty, and the twenty second of centum additional! sdlary is hereby appropriated For public reservation number two, and of ntwfy fnytnted; modei'trap/.,. V
; ligtU and buildings connected, tion of the President of the United States. January, one thousand eight hundred and to be paid to the said officers of the Lafayette! Square, three.thousand dollar military ttnrioe/* laid drdaifeitr mf m
; therewith twelve thousand wren hundred and Fpr the purchase of blank books, station fifty three, including two thousand dollars penitentiary, which per ,centnm shall com For inc.lotigte4r !e a tt ibe Intersection and the baa I Il P.1 k Q V
5fly"dollaci. ery *mas'of the United States, presses and fqr the salary of the clerk detailed to this special mence from (the first day pf Jujy, eighteen of Pennsylvania Avcne'with 'New'Harn'pshjfaAvenqe I and miHti&.Qft t\, 11r1t! CIeT (.der
For salaries of forty one keepers and assisjtant flags, and for the payment of postage for the servjcejn Ihe General Land Office, three hundred and fifty three : Provided; l'iitthe, and K and Twenty Third Streets, ; \Je, .. : HiiE :
Wp ra of igbt hoas an average not 'consuls of the United States, ten thousand I thousand dollars.' saroe shall net extend to the chaplain.For and improvjpg .the. space within i sajd.i l circle! ,'' PrtaSdent,4nd/or. tb* poipoa* pi' curyf .'
'exceeding e'ightbfLpdrod dollars per annum dollars. i California, Oregon, Washington compensation of three inspectors of three thousand dollars.) ViLla 'art >ctO'fff et thlUmot tKirtf Tli'rf& .
:-jhwtj two,thon.*' BcI..e&.ht hundred dpi- For .compensation of a consul general), New Mexico, Kansas, and "e\ra ka. said penitentiary seven hundred and fifty For inclosing the triangular space upon doll h b .'JlDrrtL '' *prDpil. T S
lira, V to reside at S.imodajn Japan, at the rate of For sur.eying the public lands and private .dollars ; and for the present fiscal yeartoushunlred whichthe.. ._&_-. ..nLc* liuu'. rrcenuy sted.oat of any money the trtitaij oot dbapp.'Opnatad. ;lVerwe
;rFo.r expanats of raising, cleaning repairing five thousand dollars per annum three thou. land claims in Califyrnia,.includjng I office expenses and fifty dollars, in addition to the stood with an iron fence; and improving! 'the : ;
rem K4n; aud auppljmg losses, .floating sand seven hundred and fifty dollars. incident to the a\lrveY,9f.'claims, and sum already appropriated. same, five thousand dol1 rs. SKC. 2. 'crt fDWe4, t
hMoo'in'ebdlKioyaand chains'and tinkers To reimburse Commodore M. C. Perry, of to be disbursed at the rates prescribed' by law For- -- thA--- --'r-annnnrt'. -nnH.- .mnintpnnnp.n__.n_.... nfitl-. --.- For repairs of PUll1iyl van Ia Avenue, on. following um;* be', ojjif-tr* hertbyapprQprlattd
for theme and.for coLoring- and I np bering, the United States navy, the extraordinary, expenses : for the different kinds of work, one hundred. penitentiary, six thousand t three hundred and thousand dollar to rapply dwfc&tjcfs :'Ia tb*ap- :
all the buoys, eieron. thousand fire hundred i I incurred by him on his recent million I and fifty thousand dollars. V twelve dollass and f fty cents. And the annual For repairs of Fort Madison, Annapolis propriationi. the sertlfie'of tbe fiictl"-ar,
dollars.. tp Japan, a consideration for his emi For rent of surveyor general' office in l cpmpeusa\,ion of the chaplain of thp ,harbor, Maryland, ton thousand- six hundred. 'ending; the thirtieth: ofJne, '%.:'tfcoutaoileight
For commissions at two and a half per con- nent public service in effecting a treaty of amity California, purchase pfjnstiumenta, records, penitentiary, hall be five hundred dollars.,; ) dollar hundred and fifty flv .out of i y tsoo.y
tam to s auch'superintendents are"entitled to I and commerce with that power twenty drawing materials, furniture fuel, apd pay.of cgmmence trom the present fiscal year. V For footway on north, front ol the President in the treasury not Otherwise! appfopUjtto,
the tne. under the pririso'to.the. act of the thousand dollars to be received in full of all I messengers, eighteen thousand dollais, ] For defraying the expenses ofthe .supreme, house, in lieu of the brick pavementnow namely- S .J', / *
third of. Marcb; one thousand eight hundred expeuJ8J. '.pl er charges. incurred by him on I For continuing the surveys of standard circuit, and district courts of .the United much broken, containing i seventeen For additional to .tip ;popzfaknJiv, tit '
Juid fifty one entitled An act making appropriations that missi n. parallels in Oregon, orer the coast range of States, including the District .cf Columbia ; thousand one hundred and'seventy six square, act'o(fourth'August t.'eighteep'pndredand t{
for the civil and diplomatic expenses And the retar.ypfthe'Treasur'y is here. mountains to the Pacific, estimated at one also for jurors aud witnesses, in:aid of the feet, at twenty eight cents per foot,three thou ty roar,'for the contingent vxpcaaet. of the Sea- ;
government for the year ending June thirtieth by directed to pay out of any moneys pot otherwise hundred and fifty miles, three thoussnd dollars. funds arrising frprnvfir es, penalties, and for sand.eight hundred' and nine dollar and ate, vix. V .t. '
eighteen hundred and fifty two and for appropriated, to Robe C. Schenk of r : feiturcs, :incurred! in the fiscal year endingthe i wen ty eIght c en{(*. Fer binding, and tidrty '('thousand .!. s
other purposes,* on the amount that any be Ohio, for his full compensation while employed For surveying township and subdivisionlines thirtieth of June, one thousand eight For finishing'the brick pavement on the Ian. V 5 i i
.disbursed by them, and eight hundred dol-- as envoy extraordinary and minis'erjeni-! V in Oregon Territory, at a rate not exceeding hundred and fift).six,and previous years; south* front of Lafayette Square one thousand For !lithographing/and ei1g1 a *
lars. n pptentiary of the United States on special twelve dollars per mile, twenty five and likewise for defraying the expenses of oltars. V fbe.thoJuand. dollar*. V.;. ',,>_; -, : ,
For oontipHing! the construction of the ontothe, Oriental Republic of Uruguayin thousand nine hundred and twenty Ioiaxs. I suits in which the United States are concerned ''For purchase of book for-libnjry at.the Ap4fOrtisEoase of B pr MBtftfv v .
!light; house neir Coffin's Patches off Dry Bankon the year eighteen hundred and fifty two,, For rent of surveyor genaraj'a effice in Ore- and of prosecutions for offences. committed executive mansion to be expended under the Tii:-, e i"J *? .-'-.'* a
the Florida Reef. between Gary's Fort the sum of nine thousand dqllaraj; and.l for bis I gpn s fuel, bopks, !stationery, and other incidental against the United' Staets, and for the direction of the President of the United States Fortwatooclemo ',Wo .' .. ':
Reef and Saqd'Key light houses sixty five full compensation as envoy extraordinary and expenses three thousand dollars. sate keeping of prjspners', eight huntlired, ,,(, thou two hundred and fifty dollars. member, and.delegata pf thj,'rond !! d V
thousand dollars. minister plenipotentiary of the United Stateson For surveying township! and subdivision sand dollars. To complete and revise the pad 1 or the the thiythfrConigrnijjyj
For continuing the construction of t the special mission to the Argentine Confederation lines Washington Teiritory, at a rate not For the support, clothing, apd i medicnl city of Washington, and .to determine the three'h l dred'and flftfiwVdollirk; w 1>;-i4 I
light honso.onJVIinot's Ledge one of the Co- in the year eighteen hundred and fifty exceeding twelve doljars per mile, twenty five treatment of the insane pf the District of Co. plans/pr.the drainage and sewerage thereof For biodiug-tweoty four : *n,'of Gfob r0' 4
basset rocks, Boston Bay Massachusetts, seventy three, the sum of nine .thousand dollars, thousand niue hundred and twenty dol] !liambia, army and navy at the asy pe.r act of August thirty.pne,eidreen hundred for each member.ADd delegate foe.-Ui* acoa4 .
fire thousand dollars.! such hem jn .lieu othe pen 4iem lars..F.or lum in said District, sixteeu thousand eight and fifty two, five thousand 1 1I&J'L session.of.the. L-ty 'third.CoogrBta,,au &oasand .
For continuing the construction of the compensatiop prpvided; for said Robert C. rcpt of surveyor gcp ral's hundred dollars. For taking care of the grounds ionth of r rS i nine bnndr> and/orjty dollars and'iwh- $
.light house,on, Ship Shoal I, Louisana, to take Schenk, in.the act .[paking appropriationsfor Oregon, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental For finishing and furnishing the two last the President's house, continuing the fmprove- ty cents. \ -v. :. .*:.V' t
the-place of the light vessel at thatpoint thirty the civil and diplomatic expenses of the expenses three thousand dolars. sections of the hospital building, which comprises ments of the same,. and keeping them in or. For reporting'the debate pf& ,second aessloo .
thouand.doUars.V government," approved August fourth, eighteen For surveying township and subdivision all that has been commenced, twentytwo der. three thousand dollars. of the thirty third.CO '.nIi'thoQ.'I.
enable'the Secretary of the Treasary to hundred and fifty four. lines ip Washington 'I 1 erritory at a rate notexceeding thousand five hundred and twelve dollars. For the completion of the east wing of the. sand five hundred dollars.- j.{i. V --. V'
7: replace lost light vessel to mark the dangerous To enable the Secretary of State to.reirp twelve dollars per mile, thirty thousand And for the erection of a lodge for the colored Patent Office building, and the improvementsconnected J fo enable John G. HifW.tft; par ,tot; i*.
New South shoals trNantocket.Musa- bursa to Edward Riddle such sums as shall dollars. i insane. fences, repair of the farm houses therewith, ten thousand seven., .hundred ,. porter of.the Hoaja for Uie '. Conareiajonal ,
chusetts thirty.thousand dollars. be satisfactorily shown to have been expended For office jent forthe surveyor general of for ten cp s.for use of the asylum,for a carriage dollars. Globe, vi!.: Wfllfam W." OrranYflJixji
For continuing the .appropriation of the by him, or which shall Riddle may have Washington Territory, fuel, books, stationeryand and harness for J tj>e parents, pd for For ilighting the President's ''house .and t:! Hindis,;Francia'ft;$m 1 i;' 9tJ ii t
third of March eighteen hundred and fifty obligated himself to pay, pn account of his other incidental expeoses hree thousand ditching V grading,and setting ou.t.trees., twelve Capitol, the public grounds around them, and I Theodore F. Andrew*,'.Chad**S. Uariami
'three for a first class light hnso at the mouth offical position at Industrial J Exhibition atLondpn dollars. I'' thousand and twenty dollars. around'fthe executive offices and P.nn yha- Henry G. Hnyet, the same amottnt of:,.
"ft tie Sabine liver'and thirty thousand dul. Epglapd I pr so much shall be neces- For rent surveyor general's office in New Public Buildings and!} Ground*-For compensation nix' Avenue, .E .Capitol Street to':Second l tionAl comp Asatioa/brrtport/ >ogthe debates ;
-i".i: ,arjftwentyix thousand dollars: Provided, Mexico fuel, books, stationery, and other jn part, for the messenger in Street, twenty five thousand dollar of the'HOUIe for.tbeprej; .:teftf{ .qf.Con..
For continuing system of protection human Tnat no'portion of tbe payments made pro incidental expenses, three thousand dol charge ofthe main furnace in the Capitolfour For fuel for the President' house ene thousand -. gross as his beeaneretofort'paid them/eight V 5
life from shipwreck heretofore e&tabJshed rata, by contributors at said exhibition shall lars.For hundred and twenty dollars. dollar" hundred dollars' J each, five':thOa .nd six ,bandred ;
/ by life boats arid other mean, on the be regarded aa within *nd this appropriaHion. compensation of the.eurveypr geperalof Fer compensation to the laborer .in chargeof For furnace keeder atthePresident'ahonse. ,V dollifa: And f9r tile pajoicnt:0/a'.lik*
V coast of-Jtf&ssachosetts, the sum of ten thousand I Louisiana, and the clerks in h.t3 office the water closets in the Capitol, four hun ,.three hundred and sixty five dollars. sum to each of the reporters '6f the Beoatr, V : .
dollars;caid money to be expended by Expenses of the Collection of Revenue four thousand five hundred dollars dred aud thirty eighi dollars To complete the furnishing of tho rooms I nA nely: Richard Sutton, IX,.F. JVIarray CD. .
the Boston, Humane Society, under.the direc from LanIs.To .- For compensiiop i pf.tQ6 surveyor generalof For removing fencet, grading! streets &c., of the new wing of the Patent Office building, F. Murphy R.:M.Patt rion,,Htd"J' :1' rc1Q .; V
tn and control! of the Secretary of the Treasure. meet the.expenses collecting the revenue Florida .apl,thE Clerks in his office, five pereparatory to ihe extension of.the Capitol with furniture, and providing the saloon therein James .. Morphy, and David W..Brown..r ;
from the sale of public laud.inthe: .thousand five hund/ed dollars. Sq nate, in accordance wjth ,the plan submit with cases for models, fifteen thonsand thousand eight(hundrefl doUirr.. :, : :
For faol andquarters for officers of the I veralland States and Territory of M in.- Fpr compensation of the surveyor general ted by the Commissioner of Public Buildings, dollar To'pay for twenty foar'co, el.oJ1be"C' z.
army serving dHght house duty the payment esota in addition to the balance. pf {pre Wisconsin and Iowa, and the clerks in fifteen .thonsnnd dollars : Provided, That nopatpftbio For the collection of agn/BnUpraJ/ I ,.tafiJtc; *,I greaslonal Globe and Appendix of&&'firstae
of which;np.loqger provided for by the iner apprppriaipns: his office, eight thousand three hundred do!.. : appropriation shall be expended and procuring and &stribu4ng.cutUngs| j- siun of.the prczeqt Cpogress,'f...each pftbt ,,l V
quarter master' department five thousand and For salaries'and commissions pf registers Jars.For except upon property now owned by the United seeds twontj4ve thousand djijlars. drfegatea frOoi Nebraska :ind jKjursju,Jbing 4.
sixty three dollars swd. seven cents. of land offices and receivers pnbllo moneys compensation of the surveyor generalof l States. V For continuing,the work on,,the Washing V forty ig l4 copj 8i stiixdo11zs per:-copy,two
To supply.dificiences! the revenue of the three hundred and eighteen'thousand. dol Arkansas, and the clerks in his office., For compensation of .the public gardeper, .ton; aqueduct, two hundred nd fifty. thonaapd : hundred,.aad eighty eight dollars;and for binding ..
Post Office bun jars. eight thousand three hundred !.llars.For one thousand four hundred and .fpfty dol l ,. dollars..Fprjepmoletfng. ,the. same, rooa, hundred aod-:,finely two
4 tJrrd and six; thousand hundred and eighty i Fp:.expenses of.depositing public moneys compensation of the surveyor general lars.For : 4hspgratingsapdlllostrationa ? : volumes atCxty cuitr ,*> .olanje.and'ooi,
seven'doHaraV: by receivers of public moneys one hundred. pf Oregon, and the clerks in his office, seven compensation of sixteen :.labo.rers, em. 'of'&e Mexican bpuudory survey, ten hundrfd, and fifW dolors aria jtm&tT fiveejua. t
.For the donation of the custom house thousand dollars. thousand five hundred dollars. ployed in the public grounds 9f1"P ei iqent's thousand dollar. V ., :i., : ',/ v -'' p V' V i !
.ttCLadeston,South Carolina, two updred For incidental expenses pf.the several land For compensation of the surveyor generalof garden, at forty eight dollar per'month each, To meet the. expense pf the transportation ,For,addition4arnount required 1orLiucio:
thousand! dojlars.. ._ V V office*, seventy fonr.thpusand three hundred California, and the clerks in his office, nine .thousand two, hundred'and. ,. .sixteen dol. of certain 'persons from San 'Diego'to'San doojpenta; tthiy:thpuarnd ollara; : ..: .p
For Che'conUnuaUon 'of the xJneatis Louisiana'' two hundred and Survey of the Public Lands.-Fpr .snrvey- ;iEpr jcompensation or.the keeper.oftbea.( of the neutrality law*. of .the United and:Ijhographing| > and, .thirty 'thouwmri .V ,
'tevecty five thousand dollars. ing the pubjic lands, (exclusive of California :JForcompensation, ofjthfl/ surveyor general tern gate, Capitol Square, eight hundred:and States; and who surrendered tbematflve to dollars V f'V" t\ fpfith !. ) I
: To bmple. the'custpni house at Both, Oregon:;Washington, New Mexico, fCansas, Washington Territory, and the clerk in. seventy six dollars. .', the military authorities, one thoosend tyoV 1,1 rp,1.JFle1Jt Iat !ok r" apllDU .
Maine ten thousand dt4ars.V and Nebraska,) iticludiogincidental I expenses his office, seven thousand five hundred dol! For compensation of two day watchmen, hundred dollars. For Jbe completion of the .customhouses. and island surueys in the interior, and all oth. lars.For employed in the Capitol Square, at six. hunidred. For salaries and ineidentl peA 7 the ,Ii'Qbrt.JH.Y L1tiatiel r1i! ;: UUb, 'ddJ '
at Mobile with-.granite.facing of brick er special 'and difficult surveys deaianding compensation of the .Superintendent i ( ..dollar. each, one.tbousand twppnndreddollars. commiasivO appointed underline-'act: i of third to be,expended ninety five thousand dpllars. augmented rate* to be apportioned and applied the Public Printiug, and the clerks and messenger March, eighteen hundred and fifty one, for retary,of the Interior,. ,. V :::
For eompen&tian ofthe surveyor generalofNewjojgndthe clerks in hIS office, to the exigencies of the public jserveic :I dred and seventeen dollars. And the superintendent employed at the Pre8 eenL'. bouse, at six hun March eighteen hundred and ,fifty fire, to for the printing of.the[e xwyrtiv? depa'ste qta, ; V
seven thousand.dollars.! including expenses of selecting swamp lands and the clejks and messenger in dred dollars each, one thousand two hundred thud March, eighteen hundred.and; filty six, thirty two th.olJsand.eigW: bncd/ed and aiven- j V.
,< *For compensation of the surveyor generalo and the compensation and expenses to surveyor his office, and the librarian, and assistantsand dollars: in additionto noexpeided ..balance, one hundred ty five dollars._> .- /1' .? V t
Kaosaji-od.Nebraska, and the clerks in to locate private land claims in Louis messenger .in the Library of Congress, For compensation of the doorkeeper and twenty:thousand d }j ta. I For completion of&printing! of"the Sent V
bit office, eight thousand V three hundred dollar iana, in addition to the unexpended balances shall he ep'pJ.l lsjd .to, and shall receive the the President's. house. .six hundred dollara. For compensation!' of thirty clerk class_ atc.vind ordered aod;at tPJ'CfltV ..session V
*., '' Vt pf all former fpr .denefita of the resolution nine of class three and er/orthe iahfe "
appropriations the aame. objects joint approved July pne* ten of class two, dJII p I ; ;:ajjd thirty thonarod
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",For' 'compensation of clerk inthe c cesofthe j one hundred and fifteen thousand dol! twentieth, eighteen hundred and fifty (OJ-r. For compentation of assistant doorkeeperat : one at two tb/rosand dollar per. annum, one o VV '. ')' "" .
cmnreyors general,.to be apportioned to tars.For fixing the compensation of legislative employees the President's house, four hundred and I messenger at eight hundred mid forty.dollars, For the c DBJeton| of.tlw.: prinUmg: of!;Uia : .
them.conling:ta the exigences of the public the resurvey and correction of thirty of the government .the same manner thirty eight dollars.. one 'messenger at six hundred.,q1Al'Iii iwo House,.and ordwilf at;the: present ?iesaioa 1
aarriee-- and-tae, employed, !- transcribing townships in Michigan situated north of the and to the same extent officers' of the For icompensafipn; pf four draw keepers at laborer at five hundred Axid-seveutj do!. and paper for the.aa !,'. Xly' ,
dA notes jofjsjsnrejat/or the,purpose: of preervmgiihem.aibe first correction line and;west of the meridian Fame grade jthe ,legislative department the V Potomac ridge, and for fuel' oland; lara each and four six hundred lars.t- V ."5.
aaaiW government sixty averaging,sixty! .mile'each, .at .a rate ,not exceeding tamps 1I,threethousand, wo hundred and sixty dollars :each per annum, fqr: ;temporary service To Norman"1L Haakefc one thousand dollars t six dojlan.per mile, -ten thousand Fpr contingent 'expense of his office, six dollars. i at the discretion .of the Secretary,pf the sum pf three hundred arid-fifty dotlai a and'fifty '
For aalary of.le T w>ftJ r of lana titles in, eight hundred dollars. viz : For compensation of two draw.keeper* at Interior, i in the Pension, Office on acopt of six eooi la,foU, odzgess: cn4todiafl! ; f
Mrndttrtj-Sffr hundred'dollars; > For the resurvey and correction of town- For blank books, stationery, postage, advertising the two bridge across the, ,QQ5ter1, 'branch,pf bounty nd*, seviBnty p.e'tbpnsand, three publIcproerly. '- 4.. V ?-* t V
.t, :Fetorop D..r the Comraisfiioner r of; .ship forty fpur, to forty ight north i incisive for proposals for paper, and.miscelJaneoiia the Potomac, .and eloil. and lamps, one hundred and nlnat1 dollars.V 3 < 'To'pjthe/9/WtyPtflt 'cteje&.
Public Buildings, and .the.clerk !in hiroffice, of items bioded and, eighty d ,FOr'. Expe'n e-yiz. For rent *
ranges eighteen, nineteen and tventwest pne thptisand dqlfars. V Tusand.pne ,! V Contingent iloyed.-uponlhemap/jif the txltc *- for V
thrkf) MIk1 tiM'iubdbddolJarLi.l situated in:the upper peninsula} of ichigan, : For rent of wareroom, two' .hundred. and For compensation of t Auxiliary ,Gnard, of 'rooms, 'stationery, 'engraving rpl ates. for, tbe'Hoos6tff; :pre fll>Utfv. .naJtad! i emal I
!V dtJI\I.eic.H.idi Fer igh'I"i&tiOb F r.. estimated at thirteen full township*,averaging! fifty dollars. V fuel, and oil for lamps,'nineteen' -thousand' four bounty l land ywrrants, .paper, *nd printing te of,1bilcpynt.uaj.ycarsan4 Jandaandl.or..ahe"b"".
.lariw''f ei Jtc ttr 0fdiaaty c aodi'tnintjiers sixty niles eaeh, at a rate not exceeding six For cartage and labor,in storing and"transportation hundred dollars. V V J/ the .aame,",,binding ,"bp6ks, bhak books, forregisteis : .( 44j.4M.- .
fJ.ttIiit' t.1r.o 1a dollar per mile,.four thonsand six hqndrcd, of, paper, five hundred .and fifty I For support, care. medical.trejatraentof : ; '_office' furniture:and'raiscellfneous I'' .- ., rtV 0 .' ..,.,. .
.d/d*ni .%ereJi thcAuand' five. hundred and,eight. IlArs.Frhcptrecting. A IIAra.. ., : eighteen transient paupers medical. und itemitwent thousand do1liiaV \ .A'$' 'itlj Crubtsmai "'I rnptoed'jJ l i1h\ .
.do8Ua. .: ** Ett_ ..j411 lJ j i erronepus"And defective Fo-r.compensation pf a .translator in the surgical patlents, in tW1asyngtpr! i.n,.V I' For expenses of the currertt fiscal year,on mapsNts) 'p ibJjo P"w 1
foM.'th'oeift,1FDf rt tare :f legation. ,forty line*,o(pablie and prirate'surveys i in Illinois J oSjce of the surveyor general of New Mexi- three thousand- ? & account of military'bounty lands, thirty thou ib..G1trk1 c tb. Itft o f'' I 1I
t I o b rd daHe.' V and tyiMtQuri I ,. :at. .a rate not exceeding sis I cojtwp; thousand. d9 \\ara. Fpr purchase pf manure for .the; uW jt .UScti.d 9 Ias- V .. aUbop: a j":'
,whitbfila Fot1 'J djkthhi trnmt i Atenei*4o the,, Sind. doUara per'*mile, ..and.Ibr, .. !e' ,thousand. dollars ]. For aarvejUJg the'necessary base, lPepd.' Dund*. .one'thousand, dollar.. ,} Fpr]ajrkhire, pateBtmu f' >rdtaUoneryJnd'misceHarifJoutJtems'in.the :to'.the' .. .'j..l. Pro., ". .,
I f4 llftPV : _5 ; '-' ? I ian, standard parallels,',and, section J lines, in For birre of cart ontbepublic.grorm4sone :! : General Land the directianFor 08na.' r" : -. V V VV .
.F: the Bl4f.i'th mtiaton to Tnt.k.y3wo V !for the resnnrey.and correction of old er> Kansas and a Nebraska, also outlines of Indian thouoanddollaro.V V Office,on_ account. _, .of. military. .bounty. lands amount., equal.t r&I1a Uek" "l" i ..
; : .lis'b..f til fl rs.Pdr1b I rpoeons)surrey in Arkanws,discovered since. reservations. Ane'hundred and'one thou- .Pnrl-. .nnr-''-fmtA---- -*-nft.;- .fenxir-.--- ort-- tools' Used, inthe'pubUc seventy thousand do'.Urs- -frovidea, *However po aiiaa"rtfft. ".f tii : r..
,two# K" 'bdtif'd1bimilJi n- _WCia. ,.l !!t rta y)theaunr.eyor general,_at A sand. dollars.'V' ground*:five hundred. ',dollari, e ( "1!. V raternot .exee# tbr'M i V >
8li ( : f'the.: United< mill, pipe thousand'.111e" hdndred"an'd fourV: irsnd Nebraska (ne ll bp ks, stationery, rfpbce, j,h.rfl neoeavary; ....suejh a have.been 'to _use. any'p: 41otf.s4 'appropriation :despoaltetl i 't !,
-. "[ < .fed'&ba; ; .,( ffJC V. depara.l"V : : \ 1 =*.&"* ,. fl'Jw. j.-. and":otbjbr. ,iujjcUiftal. 1 expendsi six thousand" P1'Y the .Umted.tstAtes, and.Uie Hsp ir tpit'piece worjr; or fey:;t.he'day/week, month; W'b and Cqrriitfujl x !

.ltTeo.F"f '1 :W'i I'.jS!'I. VVV t Forth* renewal and eorreeden old, 'erfne dollar! : >f' i frontojf. ... ". ihe,'pablidjgrejund. *, pryear, ats thrateprrteeMbe may deem officer 9.JtI.o.., ,, lII a" l :
rn 'r 1
J4' ? 1'N J'-Ir ;t yq'n'rn-, "nIsion Vtbroga ivajiddefecavj9; wrrey, ')For continuing the survey of the key offtbe"coilt'oC.Florida five'thousand dollar S V : V j aDd fair,' .? 1 dd ",.n.l1t. -r.."... a'O t r
I Tj awi1zeecr< :1jt.-.s etlV'beMaltd n.c'! ntrmrmv A ,itn ifcfKa_l t esfime by tae. IQr. by ihe officer of theI For Coinpens4iopifnae ',.|ght watchman V ...Tha*uminarjrcoartmartlamajt; | 9- &bis' .".lUG- ;:ieoered 7V jia1&..iTr' ,
I, iidJ'f ] .,, b thousand dollar! ,. mpldyedVfor. the-better .. of tb, anql'pprson of J Je' tjit '' a'i'diib .i; "nU 4
1 : 11 or. P4'ra .t e : arkeV h 'b. .c.bait wrvey, thirty ; : j'I : ? > protection pettyrofficer* ..,r rgstoany .b.L.J.tJi .to,
U' .
." 1". t :.t 2t: ktr&te4.; ( .kvr 'tJ, 'acldtnt, ;' and. For ontinolng the survey uf thVislaud off t Hiildiogk Capitol,,and,used -one"ff, e,. Ii'It',O"-rta. ; I :eDtJl,. .t.Wle' .trI.t..., _c.lKI'QQ. ;" t:;, L'; to .
'. 'O .j.ter..eo ses'/arLa.rate"-not' exct ding(:fOur th. tyt:>.<:<;*Jiforni! forty"thousand dol!; 'is public .s l ... K r fP t *, ,:?'x yik : < .1 '. 4VV r'W 11 '. V Oontidjer_: :: ft.; ;6f:
.... n<." _. _&_ 0. 4 doJtat pei iil*,'ii "J ". hundred dotlaiaV "' V ;Skaa ADd lbe'Jt'fartber>enacted.mat Stat.-Fq. JIll ..
? ; t Bar,r *ZIIi* 1jXdCII ..TL'4)V JFof Trnna ng'1 aqd':jsnatkbg the boundary. '.Fo"i''an ac af repair. V of diej Gapitol li wterpyc5flte I r all testimony gtrea- ore ...e (orm-and"ad. .J8". 1t" ". I V

: S ni.nied s8.b rB ntn> United'.States and the Rep ,_ t"I HtiDbic.tab1! s.fetpi!, :bevi.or.I1... ,:. .,.nft.o.- .of.. ). "ti n"bt b i. .yNtatdnuam AS 'f4 t.. q Ii'IIf '.1
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bMo pt H extco/ond t.tb.,treaty cCtqD 1tdedfrthaC1tfp and ':tner"walkswithin' the CopitolbroVen qUare1 :.1IQ..qluor mil roe,. auNr." -10' Iradd rj'.D..tri t*., 'm., f4: 1
'Va f asko- -thirtieth,of Dt "'d4'4'J & ;Ut 'U."t1 =:,r ,. (, Ji '1ie" Il dr '
at tf > /glau apdJock*, '.' PY1, 11r. .. .' T i'.f
For .rtfaii2I.ud: itcl5pbEteri 1i t. d8Uy're I 81' ; t .V 'For ;'-' t.t. J.6D-S lt > r4r.ka r cl. iad:.ndthtoe.=.....J'rJ.l' ". ..:
NJ ,.:.tT ,. .and i .FjjriinnaaTrenairf ol'&e Prestd1'i.. itdthakrtg1hotbed qei*I 1PJJ'SI\i j 4" '14m.. ": ." 'lfliT m Qf7J btt419- .flloi 1' .,: : .
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41! t t D1tRIf upon Congrtll to admit her into" the Union,0is !?) EDITOZI)' note'published (in your tho inrtuguratiwfx>f hiaesor, that the Lankhnd ot3.'rn. tt Bty**.t;: ,w a w'ni'>$JM

f ;, :: not owtcDded. that ..Northern an$ t Issue, xvajCBQt written aa yourappo' e forte eaker t e UOQ '. 'k qat,,.Jnd. 1,i. don Ncmo cant. 'f_ .:r' .ifM.e ::

as -- -- --;lir..ufis"IEE1'j S''t1 19 a'f purpose of. W&lftet contro\ b:. ..r'Were t tJ 8a.J rzi at1 I : if&rnips. .'t ,." la In the s.* -Xr. : $. .n
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t ; butt eoa't&r1Sfi bl 'at,bed : I
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fl cidin I 4 bee4 gge A' tl4 stti4 t fti n n CcZ_
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v Saturday. ,.30. 1855. ='"$ 7.e IJ'rtfy _rltA..mcaA-8h. 'frequently pr\sSltedl\ 'yonV aduln s durin l _V ;112.1 ceiveg;< hi4iethe :- v4gd .. Flori. pi&rn Hilliboroagh! Johacon, A. E. JfWw '

1 --- ---- l.r1 -- -;::=- --' : nol go on and with his organization juste t my absence, and to which you had given, (as office. yon atyoorhonor. to designate their l bed o7 H, Perry.Taylor Forrrard,J&adrr j 4
D t d ikr .q] IS line I direction 'S and Stewart. Nowu '
ever. thought.un necessa rilya) personal Smith *
1' ( firtt Inivrtiua wd firty tvfor eacb"fo .
$. Herj i is a nrtable !specimen: of tho good and application. Tho question i is olio which Religions Intolerance. But now lie has you fairly trapped periupa. salt to thsegniIeflevu 'e a toi

,U:1 eoMelSt. or 1a1tr"1j. faith'and soundness of the New York KnoI \. may bestitution frequentlyprinted and\should be definitely.under t ,BettlecTatonce. >otfe l ofi- lSH; WPBIa;K}'-10'il.y that t tho laterttbw You need not sneer-you co.naotsnarL'I1W\ .ibo''W M to" _.
lit- a.-;. ..-:.1U..-_----- ..----_. _.; I, Nothings.. We commend it to ,the Southern I Nothing Com-entlon !jben izNl"their is the LAnkland Cabumbcr, ready and not forthw ,toaappoa.' .!,.that they dMaoj.?

.l ,,' ''olU'1.. r, Jiah.. .:'&. 1.1., t : wing of the order. But again. Tho Courieraad.Enquirer The Governor is-,n salaried .officer Tilt) platform t>a the subject re igioaa freedom.So ashamed to show itself, and Nemo would like *tan4 :tho 'Bvbjec ior. ,knoTricj ltdtM Ii-
a paper equally as well knownfofnu'Scbriwrvativa Juilgcfl ofthd fupr-D1 Courf/and of the Clr- still to know whether have ever seen the* trra d th4eir"oi&a by'a 9U iLJonjon.the
far from if the order retains you .
/JTho Awrican In ,
as a car-
h'.I"1.f .'cba cterrta* cuit Courts the -neraLaud&&>lioitor ,
Attorney >
'S.1 *** *: 5MH < ** ** future time of.k eoeit.1ion1Cou4derIe _
t'dth! wane fO'L3
r, ) 'fK t t'r e Iy _lho.mriori.. of the proceedings of PiitkdeljiMa'says the Secretary. .of State .Comttrcllcrund canal pnnciple,"its r 1igTous'T ifPTe" roi"yotL Hemayt 1&k... ,.
..i Rltetnen/.the CapitoUroq the 4th pros., *. M 1 Treasurer, 1 are all -salaried officers. I findthttnianyot'thezu vious to' th adjournment, an''effort vas made have something i to say about mammoth jhl- .,

.:. :.t li o'clock,;A.!M.-J & Declaraiion of In. :.' : including! Judges' .f the, to ';abolish these tests," but the movement ots. :as an ofTset W the'Lewis'onion-84 Inch polat,.*, desIre to bol.,1I\Q
> : ", Our, worst fear*.have been l realized. The Supreme Couit,t the highest /udical authority Killers and'sonw' .of less longitude, td'u of thv Let I fa to-
k it t"Jrc d' .bj; Dr :0: TROOP :" ; was defeated by an :overwhelming i ; Negro or Ii
T-ctiekuI 'J Convention: has cj>Utoii, 1..tll rock: of ?a'ery.'I'hu.rwiticoinpkteancl fii the:State,'Judgus:of Uib Circuit Courts,- i majority. t .1 entitled
to that
uoeripf jgfc
: I.f.i d1VtrId Beside the exclusion of the Louisiana delegation gwag one,..pound 4 to. every I f}laches inlength. ? of l85I- "
: .it"i L .n ._;A,9 J liy .DIr.t ,tho whole concern each of tho Attorneys Ger crilJ.'tl), arc made wf .

:t '; '.'!l jx MlJIoBBt: ,.:.1h9' .f.ublic ia,, tt.J as ,(,.tgnal| '! .('ll911l ho.n'fl*' gone '/e the Uie-Consttutiormlad\isor8| of" the Goverhor, from tins Council 'd montrates that I For the.!present- loot at:the.dwarf w ; ; aWi a ''C Id .

4E jI3viw4jo Z1Ad.t l--- ""O\""}oJ .tt.\eJ h.5ttfniptdestrifctlon) : INaj t trusu have been\ temporarily: absent; from 'the State. ,sectarian hostility to Roman Catholics, Is i still cucumber, mete and measare loigitude: cmn y ldcUred by an .tl na o 1dtt

& .f. ..'.. ',:.. .. :-- T. V : ,- :npuu'ilt.,.Wi'.at evidence is themthaj during the terms for .which they were eledtcd..Their .. one of tho fundamental principles! of Know and!.'pass, aroun'd it'yotrt'p. .mometer'and'. o that !it vraa not erealfd by theGt

1 :: $ 1i. The ftlchaond, Ecqalrer..TTJV '. : Ue p utrage4JNortli( : ; Laa'beconie one vhitappeasw salines, l' understand, have all been Nothingism. The New York Times say what 1 :you please about I' 'it i 'or t et1stin. by ths'Cotdtitixudny tHat of theLtaUIhIL:
,' 01 5 yliit? _more,deposed to, Submit i aitI 4vithout deduction, and the pa ties by : : .:,
that the
1. V\ "inviteaUtehfrbn'tb'thV t} Phictt< iiiifo to wliaVit.OeVnis an JmnJea' ':ible inlult.and) I receiving! t them, certainly decided for themselves ai: uferesting sketch of the Philadelphia pro- : oblivion. Very truly,.your old friend, of 1854 5,aaaenwg ** *Court* fa fo ;
1 3t"f\\erlVoIuuiu6rffissa\jlfand t !." \ } { faithful ex., ..>vrx: >ng, than it was cue. year ago, when in itsvengeoncfc'lt fit Jcat, that they did not escheat to eeed.ngs: on the occasion. The Order Lou. ,NEI0., tore; and *nbjecitojb>; 'Z'.

.' -pouent vr8 f 3oath' - No one has questioned the pro. Mann has never arrayed itself in hostility to The Cucumber accompanying the above nref r !14 ; -f : #

.L i.t.ecr retJt'rn. douiro a VirgioiA'paper. tliut, it atoms t'i$ was (eu: & ;d'that: tho mac'of iii'ty of their action iu the matter and none any rtligioua denomination. Some of its most and which our friend N mo modestly terms a. Another IrHjuiry'arise*- What It tfttt.&
t the Convontion-could not unite \ ronJCtlgl'! 1 r: am Hire \\ill fuspect either of them, of in. result of all thl ''ftr
;/as as thajj0'theCourt
tee5 *n and dwarf i is l large enough for a war-club for
; u' at jhigrotquetitns prominent and active members are Catholics .
to restore the Missouri Coinpronme, or a pledge t fentionuJly eeulating upon tl.e. Tieasury.My ; -
i :1'sw r tt d_ t-.=.?'. 'armlj.nun. \t 'theriijbUra to Inaiuttiin the Nebraska Bill!, all attempt* to distinguished predecessor vas twico :and one of their delegates to the National Billy Bowlegs It measures; sixteen ,and a 'u concernedf. .. .

: : :.' jrcrv W rejgatd, it. csptciallytxilitical pledge the Order either out \vny or the other temporarily absent from the State during his Council, Mr. Gayain?, widely known as the half inches in length and nine and 4 balfjn Are :we,to,conclude .thai' as ,(Mr. Aadtnon

:.i4, campamn,.as the best demowitic :ought to have been been given up. To all term of service, and before his signation or author of the History of Louisiana," is a- circumference was elected in.TfItioiroftha _

: joaraal l South ofvMason aod Lyxon H '1",0"! "n1s'ar8nceit renders it certain that ,withdrawal from. tho ,olTit.On. his return. -- he could not rightfully:hoitl-B0 oJ ee .-that
: 1 number. Tho
mong committee
... the i)ext Presidential canvaSi Will be purely. t on credentials
;. ..: .. \ ho transacted such biuuic as had accumulated : St. Marks 'Railroad.
]1c)'. he was an and hit action and thf
'. wctional consummatiin to usurper ,
objected the
I I.t truggle-tbo very; I'I dining his absence, and received his salary : receiving Louisiana .
At the Stockholder's meeting of this roac I the Coat of wKcn b.:WaS thO h a4itoU
: which ought most to bo deprecated by cverj iu both instances'without deduction. His delegation, on account of their toleration ol, { ,

MQnLciicbratIon.I man): J':1\' ng. trudy that American, feelings hid l f light to do so was not questioned. The salary the Catholic .faith. The Times asserts, on. on Wednesday last, the following gentlemec I and.tha(.their. '
4 .- The hrcArw of tlie'rnystjc .tie, atii1e(1 the Know-Nothing oigankation claimed a delegation the
"":*: 'to Jick' >a Lodge, with.vultors from neig1. its primary characteristic.t To.Ja.Iour. fir 'j: : allowed by law, for transacting die strongest possible gave Gov..James E. Broome, Gen.William Bailey,,p is to be re-o ed'dOl"away with and decided .
assurance is doubly sure thai the A'orAmir.fiu business of the Executive! office and Gov. assurances that although
Mli; :. hJt"\ 'w, tNilebrauil one of iheir festal, tri/ not asstnl to the outrage ;involved in BROWN, notwithstanding hi; temporary as absence they would not join in the proscription of any J. George Anderson, csq.CoLB. F.rWhitner,p over,again Jt tJ'_easy to pull .down aad

j : anniversary Johu.flie) Baptist,) on that deliberate! violation? of good faith. A thousand had discharged all the duties, it was class of men on account of their religious sen- Edward Iloustoun 1%!. A. Long, esqi, and l destroy -it i U different:affiur to ze.couatruct,

:;j I'. fud )' Ijit t by a public procession'., Address tinio* less will they solmenly ratify it, by deemed just and proper that he should receive timents, they did not recognize the authorityof Gen. R. A. Shi e. to build up. But the, Ugiaktare cU&Q.

ir J JUKI: Tho orator, tlie'Rw. E. L. T.Buuix taking such 'nlexbies as arc now' thrust upon all the compensation. Is he now to be charged the Pope, or of other spiritual the as well as that.of '1852-3, did mcto-to'ahew

_'I'.1oJ ChapUiu of the Grand Lodge, them by the Southern members of thc Philadelphia I with having received a salary which belonged any functionary Talking to Point. their understanding' of the ,
k t l r to interfere in any or to cxtctit, The Indiana Stale Sentinel subject They
Convention. / i.< an aJTront crcn rightfully to another, or that should have any says: .
A lx, theme Masonic 'lorcllitmd
: t): a*
: ; ($ .. it Southern men in that Convention stigmatised -I escheated} to the State ?I'' with the performance of their civil duties.- But.the hour of battle has not yet come.. changed the Constitufipn so:aa 1 0 :alter the

; -fr liavo we li t\'D d t to a ,prxwh'. on that 'sub- the Repeal as a flagrant: act of bad But his right; to receive his salary was not These assurances, however, were' not considered In the mean time speaking for the Democracy tenon of tho. ,oceotheJudgesogity: (.. !

..1 vet :rort! !happiiy expreNsed or zOrC.s3tif1 "- I faith, and every Northern member of the Convention only unquestioned, but regarded as unqu s. satisfactory ; and the question of their of Indiana, we proclaim that any,party during good behaTior,),aad leave the election

? : *orjin it* arrangetucutad conclusions. h..I I felt in his inmost soul that it truly was tionable. The law was clear and explicit.- admission was elaborately in Conven- which refuses to admit a new State on the of.the Judges to the people, the Legislature of

U-Mi proWbly l bQ published, wo refrain from such and vet not the slightest disposition i icmanifesteil It prouded that his salary *>hould" commence argued I same equal terms with the other Statea of this
: 1850-1 by unanimous vote of the two honaes
I I : by the South to repair the wrong, from tho day of his assuming the duties of said tion. The great body of tho members from i iI confederacy, 'but attempts to attach to her

:j :\, farther. COl11mAntttt, .( ; th. ceremonies I Qr iu any fonn, sense or meat-lire mikntOl.1l' ciiice, and end on the day his successor asstines I tho Southern States sustained the Louisiana admission conditions which trammel her coequal ,their names already ,ghen.; ln' ISSS. VtLe
... J' verv-tMerat' the ChwrVh. .; < the Craft xrwv i I for it. On the tile North is is amendment wu passed by the. nnanuooa
ment contrary the same. JVo succesor had assumed delegation, and urged the necessity of maintaining sovereignty, a party which, ought to _
J e fle\l.frftru labor! ta rrtrckhweut" at tho City! bidden t to put. its ,'band to the sacrifice ol anlillo! constructive assumption could lie inferred '.: the principles religious freedom to die will die, and, by the help of God, we in. vote of the Senate: Afr. fbyt President.

1I6UT f : \\here GOPBOLD Lad pro\ided for them I I plighted faith and swear submission and pei l. in the face: of tbe lUth section of the 3d : thrtr fullest extent It tend to do all we can to make it die." Messrs.Baldwin,Blackburn ,Budding-

ooocf best $ silence. article of the Constitution.My was represented by We need inform the Southern reader K2-
j : uting'thl' hardly
< .'Liery in"ol'n. ton Finley Forsyth Gonzalez; Johnson.
; ,
members from Virginia that Mr.
.. I li. positive that the unity of t'u or- case is in all respects exactly 'hnilar.I Wise owed
bravy showers: of rntle day rUM"J off to SSC that the State Sentinel is the leading democratic SnoB
can'uauoTras a national body: is irreparably [ have been temporarily absent. No successor his election, in good part, to the fact that his crease,Long;MoeyProueSrnitb. ,

: .. the. great. satisfaction of- all t urnken.) We can hardly imagine such a turn ha* "assumed" or discharged the duties 1 opponent took ground in regard to the Catholic -i paper of Indiana. Stewart and Wynn In the 0oceMr.Speak

; f k' of a\ents as will enable the party, a* a party, of the office during my absence. Tlw busiess i- 'I ?, which was inconsistent with the religious er Allison; ars.Baldwin CaTpentirChaire! ,

-:' .. \ f\try by a Georgian. 1110 to unite upon their own distinctive candidate of the department has accumulated and liberty which lies at the basis of all insti- The Supreme Court. Dell Dewitt'Etmos,-Feonefi?Haddock Ha,.

If "_ .', "' So' 1 advertisement in. .:lUuther colamn. i for the Presidency as to' give him the must be discharged by myself with without our 7TCXBER I. dee, Harrison, Herrn z, Hopkins, Laogford,
**t tutions. Mr. Ravoer of North Carolina the !
Mr. SnaTAK h well known from his eoutrhntkms i slightest change of an election. I the compensation. The right of the Legislature to abolish the Long, Love,,Magbee! McElvy, Ifoo Dg.OIPOIhill.
the and of The C.Mr tfr. which was an original native I By refusing under such circumstances to only prominent Southern member who took 'Supreme Court of the State-to constitute a
; to political Iiteraryjournt1s I the I should in effect decice teen, Rawlerson, Simmons, :South,
I accept salary, the opposite ground, insisted that opposition ;
American in another article its tribunal-to elected
H* i,\ ourrister State, and w have no doubt that defining i that not only my predecessor, but many ofthe I new remove the Judges, Siiaa,TnmKn and Wkhe, in favor.) .Leonard .
Catholicism ifs inconsistent with '
.. _, the forth-comiog-ttory from his pen \\illbe position! says.that the fl' -tora'ion of the Missouri Judges ofthe Supreme and Circuit Courts I to Republican by the people and put others in their stead, only voting against Thus by solenw

Compromise '* has become a political Attorneys General and other officers of the I institutions, teat the tery corner stone cf has attracted attention from recent publications '
t.tjf folly: equal to hu reputation as .1 graceful) ; action of the Legislature, as ,a eonstfanonal
vigorous trciter. necessity, to which; all other considerations Government, by accepting the salary during I the Knotc Nothing movement ; and that any in the papers. These say the Legislature convention of the people of F oribX was ihe
: their absences have acted which should ignore or be incon. .
; proceeding
: that under temporary improperly created the' Court and abolish it-
.are merely uwcondaryand no may
---- and taken from the l right election of Judge* deliberately aba
$ 0 Gf Dtralis will it fbrCongres Treasury money to sistent with this position, would bo fatal to It is the of the mber
Know Xtthifcff. Platferra- circumstances sustain nny man not design present to doned and
surrendered the
f which they }had no just claim. Such a decision to people. Uader
: Rfpallatlo.lI. or the Presidency who is not pKlgsed to I should be unwilling to moke On the the Order. In this he was sustained by a decided reply to this position. For the present we i this change'of tbe tit {anrlecnoa

..'.: We. pubishol! laM wk t tno resolutions! cftixo advocate repeal of that disgraceful act''- ; other baud, if I accept the salary, I must do majority of die members from the Northern content ourselves. with showing that a decision held ia October, 1855,three-: Judge* of the

wlikl so with! the knowledge 1 that at leatone of the States. It was suroosted, but not formally of the and Executive depart-
: Kaladelphui CouvoaUou on Slavery, : :'ie Nebraska Bill. I Legislative Supreme Court were eaoeen;lj i people of

kt coaitrtut3 the gist i of the Know Nothing plat-, Now, let remembered that it with j leading Journal 'f the State, nUll several citi I proposed, that as Mr. Gayarre was the only ments of the Government has already, in ar' I the State. After such surrender; and abandonment
have intimated the that
opinion I will bereceithg ,
Zeus I Catholic in the the other
form; die b ,1 Unce_ being made up of ariugj : the assfstance'of delegates (rom New York: 'I Ii from the People's Treasury delegation, members most authoritative mannerbeen made on the and such an exerdav of the .powerby
.. t money be ermittcd to take their
j:rmeralhies. -, platitudes. and incongruities- i that the Southern States were ale in Convention .. : to hich I shah have no legal right. Under might j> Beats- quet3 on. the people, the inquiry ariser why this resumption -

: Th..Ne w York Herald, one of the loudest or- I ; to pass their resolutions on slavery., _: such circumstances I will not ask it of the with the understanding that they would not The Legislature of 1650-1 was one of the of it by the Legislature at tho very

t. t goas of th* order thus speaks of tho whole Had New York gone the other way, the South I, Comptroller, and cannot accept it if tendered attempt to change the ritual of the Order on ablest ever convened nnder the State Government first session aftenrardal Aret the people so

.' batch : I would have been left in a minority. But \\iiai: ;|t by him. this subject Bat they unanimously refusedto as will be perceived by noticing the unworthy, hare they proved (jhaneerres so incompetent
The question is entirely new as far as I am come into the Convention on terms
;'! "Tb, Council h < printed a long d cum(t. do vre now see I Why, a universal) repudiation informed. It has not been"raised J in other any members composing it. They organized.tbeSupreme aa not to be entrusted with this

: a ratled a platform, and stoned E. B. Bartlett of r' of the platform there by the press of thai. case of temporary absence and its any proper which should exclude their colleague in consequence Court ia obedience to the requirementS fun etion f Have they mad*a bad choice that

I Kentucky. It i i4 much longer than such doe- I State, I led by the Express and Courier. There. 1 settlement is desirable, as well for the government of his religious opinions. The result oftheConstitutiou. They had a further their selection i is so -rudely and;, tmperioosly
'y r_ tmMit usually ace, aad al nt fifty times as that the Louisiana
| of the Executive, as for that of salaried was, delegation was duty to perform which was to elect the I
does be every thrust !\
: Ion;: a* a poliueaPplatform need be.: At least | not appear to a single paper identified aside Another inquiry_ arises if a
officer of the State. I shall therefore excluded. confided
..4 nne half l of it i i. baldenla nnd mere word with Know Nothiugism but is out-spoken and t consider Judges-a duty:at time. by'the change was desirable why not effect it throofh
j ask die court to it and iustruct
I i carefully This act of religions will
; :? : It i> hih tine: that such stutf as Art. I. about t unequivocal i ia denouncing and exposing it. I j' the officers of the Treasury on the sub gross intolerance Constitution to the Legislature. Several members an alteration tbVConsthatioci I We have

:. ;: r-- &e&lr:1"nlt' Being. Art. IL about pattiotiim : Houor the provoke a storm of indignation in Louisiana in each bouse of the Assembly were can i that this dona1 their
.J Even the Herald admits this when it says-j ject. If his Judge* decidesthat seen was by predoceaeors
\ : i. _\: V. aboxt tmnnsration.' Vltt. abouttfe'lVkhftlies '! the duties are to be discharge by the Governor and will to a great extent, weaken the;Order didates desired to fill the 5ee.hence their u to the tenure ef the office' he tine and
;, 4tr > Art IX. abort elevatinj the! "Th bulk'ofthe Northern-States taring '. I in that State and'in Maryland. The N O. S
t and the salary receive! by the State, 1 eligibility was dirtctly presented as a preliminary -
mode of election the and their
rh racter ef Congress, and n large portionof repudiated the plaifortn, the party of the of Jadgta. aato
rfull.On I Bulletin I
| shall acquiesce che die other hand, a staunchbig Know-Nothing,organ enufr Th Constitution provided
should be omitted from North free in each State to conduct the j. removaL
: the others, serious are that' -
+ if he decides the with the
salary thai
: t ti 4 1 jpeTrtkal'papers. If U I is necessary to use such business before them upon the practical and t t work, I shall 1 not hesitate to'z ceel't goes it. I I says some excitement was mated that jCo Senator Representative shall,during IrJt ithis bece tho.borf sad pride ef

1 #11 I 1' 'tirs&fie to work on'the rt.'dinf the people local issues of the div.I j i Respectfully, in New Orleans by the circulation of a report the term for which he shall hare bees Americana that their'I ia a genreramect of the

"l7 t L.- tor the country, a double :set of document I I "The Philadelphia Council leaves for: JAMES E. BROOME.( of the exclusion of the Catholic deJegation.It ...* elected, be appointed to any. civil office of people-that they ere y e .tzoe Boarceof'all

: .'j f !k-ofeW be adopted, one for intelligent! readers anotherear the Know-Nothings of each j adds that the report must be a "fabrication, profit under this State, which shall have been power,'>trneeorereo>aadnden,and fait

., t :*ie other for; those who are not, and care StateyVre to aetfor themselves as may best' The provisions of the Constitution relating (or we cannot believe th:1tl. National Convention created the emoluments of which shall have win the sapmne law. .With 4ui actaarjfe-

,,1 .:::. htsi
:' ,' ctyDperlc: AttfArr errf ihe other points off the intervening local elections; and within J in case of the death, resignation or absence composed been increased during such term: Sect.19. their', and the .ConstitatioQ mad hy
.c t 4ptnfforra! vrth rX) Abstrscliocs do activs rspital in New York of two hundred : patriotic men, would so completely stultify itself Art 6, Con. To determine this properly, application them. G.

..: I ot uU: with! the masses,and are sddOO1'Q rtheonteidiii thousand enrolled voters to begin with,'this of he Governor from the State, are as follows before the voters .f the Union and sink was made to their Constitutional adviser .

!. I .o g for.. new party hereTill be very apt to make a I Tbdmp.. Dig. page 27: itself Jtapelcssly, beyond the power of redemption -I the late late Attorney General who gave MIL GADSDXV A3ro ,Mxncow-A

k'1 -::: The Ifcr Ii ia not aloae ia rpitticg oa the telling'blow in November. It were absurd to 17. In case of the impeachment of the i ; ai'to'1Ial mere religious opinions'a' test this opinion : fem Waahaagtea amya: Private aad' 1'II.'
that American of this State Governor his removal from cvffice, death, account Mr. Gachefra.If "v
suppose I repreaent -
;./ : j.Ltfona. Fr oa what we are enabled to gather :. with two hundred thousand enrolled electors (usa l to qualify resignation, or abseacr from rej j 4"f x'i/icj?fellowship. It cannot be, and we With respect to the restraining effect of to Mexico aa, fa Wd odor with the Mezkaa

\ : vre iafer that there is a geaeral repudiarioa will be frittered the I shall utterly refuse to place the least credit in the of the As
: to. pieces upon two Philadelphia thf S/a'r, the President of th Senate shall exercise the ninth section of same artide(6( Goremment, 'which regard hsoado -

;T! ;.f : cf it ihroajhout the North. Even those platforms. They will do no such all the power and authority appertaining ;, the rumor till) we have the most unquestionable Constitution am ,of opinion.that.a Senator arooad which.the feiohtlanhnreroe ..

t; pipers hid1u always' l>een uegirie J as'' thing. They: art free to repudiate both platfams to the office of Governor during the term evidence of the fact" or Representative in the present General It -wi D b6 snrjeWng if' Mi o siial"

.:., .I' !.L COQwnt.nm1O:1u.. .1 ,. are and to take"their own course upon the for which the Governor was elected ;'unless j I By this time, the-Bulletin must be thorough- Assembly of this State U eligible to a Rat .noon to bedL'_ Iy_ I \
'it : Asioug' living issues which will enter into our next fall the General Assembly shall provide by law 1 the bench of the Supreme _Court.. :H. ascomplaint. bw already ..m:, .
satisfied of the truth of tho and that
h1 ; O most prompt 2nd out-spoken ia rt-f di>, "* CAse. would be 4a civil ,office ofprofit
canvass. fur the election cf a Governor fill sach va-i t not eligible ( any State Department bore. '
.. tioo.V refer to tome few of tiee the National: Council has completely stalti created the aes&ioa. bill -
5 f apers. This sentiment of repudiation is not confined i cancv; o'r. till the Governor a&srnor impeached at present A < 1 w 1 4.
;q The New Y ?rk Lp-r* .itu vreil known! New but is in all the I shall return, or be acquitted. fiJ itself before the voters of the Union and ha been passed at the present cession org. Orcoosa or TR Ai.ii 8V1S'A'
to York common
.:. I of the office of sunk xtsdf the ganixing a Supreme Court but uo\creating dispatch &oa Waagt cl" .
1 !Lis il ..$ bec. l looked upon as reliable in| IS.1 If,during the\acancy |his: hopelessly, beyond power r
I t free States Pennstivacla ,and ,New Jerseybeing Governor, the President of the Senate'shall I ." it. The Supreme Court is the creator of the -
the I iul of of redemptioa.A u.rn.r _
itscovateuinciag & designs : f ri aaarnnlrBrofrimeot
; J
\ ia DO sense' behind the others. The impeached, removed from office, refiue'torua1ifg fifth article of the Constitution and the law
i; Hdooi.ts andiree-soilers, Lut see how ready 4J \ provide for the ofa anoog hi frienda wha ho(Janfaa
&z fact is therefore apparent that there is and resign, die, or be absent from the I organization
rlm is the FUrid Delegate l in New, Ted.i .- Constituliomil creation .Tfce ; *the exaggerated acof4feJU& ..'. C'.11
i Express to joia enemy a op-| be in the KnowNothingparty. i I State, the Speaker of the House of Representatives 'appointuentef '
can no nationality I '
:.. : :o &e adtnisaoa of Kaosas shoclib .> shall! in like manner administer the The Know Nothings had a demonstrationin Judge of the Supreme Court Wl not therefore -i .i4&eeeapeepUof 01 ss.
Their boasted platform ia. the words Enj afid- r.'N" themanofacture
Government the of New York few at be aa appointment to Mall offioecrerierf ;
Lecstii uh aroastitnaon : city days ,
e ,
1 prcseax recogdaicj ( ftf jctortCTtor eir.-
of the Richmond Exqttirer. is a miserable! 10. The President of the Senate, or Speaker by the Legubture, D. P.,-Hocca. .j
ij : slawry ooe of the very things the 'hich! several distinguished gentlemen from ._ at&a.'..
cheat, as avowed by some of its own organs. of the House of Representatives duringthe i thfa ewof '
'I Coareetioa for all of the made The Legislature ted ttptw number or U-L4 acr.bsus
Know Xe&bg peovided say time h administers tho 'Government .AU parts country .speeches ,.M*j. -- ; i _
article the u
: -I tv Soirtbern advocateaof the order. Weis I They declare- that its- on slavery receive the some compensation vhick ike Cwctrnor McCall of Key Wed the;;*>n ef a. ScotchTOon the subject and'elected. 'Walker.. Andereon.. ,a d(6).a.-.oft,: AaMb. that
6. ,' question i U no binding test on the party, but 'Chief 7ndce of
..i: 11:10):.: svwM Amr rrmrrc/. .,,had the honor to represent Florida.. We. member; of their own body it ipaaesflt I] .
t .OJII, j; -.1'-- .f as staled ia many quarter* that I iclaTes its members to carry out their peculiar Tho. first.question to bo determined in ,the give one.of his' speeches, for ho made two, as' the Goart who rae .coramnstooed by GOT. ;

rl .1 there Uaiurtbing ia this platform; which'cornpdc views in their own sectionsviz: pro-slavery construction of these provision ia-_Does ,the I wefinditintheS.vanhCoaikrMr. ; Brown, and took,tbe oath tie \ .1..9)t,*. W:
: the South and the North- ) '
at at _
'ol Aat to'vaa W1fd' ':
'.1 -, a Northern man, Constitution, hi case of the death, resignation McCall Florida then proceeded CoastitBnoa acebrdins anti three Ai. _,1 r ,m .-
: the Cooinrijcibe by Pierce and Instead of.a national ,. -i it introduces thesectional /JlhftSbt.'ti' ;
party :to'the ons : 1"raa. 1mK!,
; i. the and remarked thai if ta .
IiIa of the, North,- oC Sooth. maraian or absence of the Governor, issue with virulence than -
ever. 1 4
: *'Executive duties on the President t>f the 1 1I only had the' power he vrould actnafly haM exercise the proceeded -- ,,. ncit.
.It' _. .
t itltftjrtt',alcr.t'i'-P1. r rw The South must now see, ia jth.Clearest light Senate in the firstintance and ieseonon d all of the Secessionists and Abolitionistv *!i the twoother a. Meaazv Forward, eWlr.t: ...ia

mitt, Uc oJaiunODi of JEuoueu .taso tieLVivrunolber that she! has nothing to expect irora the Know I J voted for Frank Pierce and his.Kitchen (Cab now'Jtdse,Hoo A. E..MaxvdVaoweea- "I\Ot.,I._ ;,.." ,,' .
rvS to the Speakwrof the,II Ousel lIsa, ..another nil ,
i said he God .1
settler i have inroodulth Nothing parYjr at theN riioreugWboIi.tiUisld1M net [ forgivB yo.aai&soioo : .. '
tm&fde f lc it that the be rof'Cocgms>) BoEag 'BakirI.LW.'A- aaeiif" Lr... .. __._
she1 question-arise*- necessary Behind him.] 'Yoe v God fcrgirt'm*? .
'it l look
t : fettled the question slavery, or is. Where J' tiiei cin -1 'I I r.
JJ 2 t, officer; i in order to' be'Governor'dfjacto and J tie !speaker. for .that_ '*in i I have td '
"::'tf J i frexxiofttr there,,by.their po'ute& for her own peace and the safety Orb't-r i insHtutioas entitled f to'all the ighti,1nunnnities &c. I of it" There.-: .notr uODsoeJIIp2ty.I y ;V't'f1. W. W iC""" .

'j .1.r.'X <- 'ia the threatening ,crisi, bat to ,the 'rperuioiug know, utd he, that you ot the North dojft. eee cce1on ftIIQII:1. 'i_I I ..Mt. ,.' . ',.- t' .
m MN pledpg AaMt' .to.the office, shall qualify by)tailog J } doo' L-6 _- .. .
_- j iIT1itt.iiotg Dteoocraey oft Union; whkth always has exactly fcfcts' Slarerr \"e. l.ajib; rea to A. ) l. .

II .' o'PsiKX, -<* tbe !AboiiQoa Precaes sUtt and alwaysrilf be...,' the'only iatiooal"'Sri I aa oath tea support the Coostituuoa, 4c.a 1 1I I foviavw7 .-.i tatdltk* tntiA.i ** .. ,*. t. .: o:! -...
(: ItI 19 admit Kasattt&te the UI,Usb.preltGbh t- That' ; the'Nor\h I ;in bther" case! Precedent has 'estahloatd GffI" w. ."nfl AUh ,__of JO -' .
the party at -
fi r." it *itttenidlI' Ln lOIUe qoar. country canto : : that I U:is neceanary Uut until the oath iikCD tear dkk4n-. tt*rA -jacb.r.JO'i U', the ... -p "
-1 I..y:_Costoi. made the aid of the &>atU iu debating the JViK '
fbr & _
tm"UI.'W1Mbl'I no NV'.II.\ft eta claim to txercise .. % b' *
i equatua*. who, tjo1&ton of mot,Protieo agitatMa.. That. part/ gave.tU '" e... "h : 9l Qo.ebjet.. -_ tem.Ut.y I Xb ; -
'. hate carried thef .th . ,, .. ,. tmoimutofGthi4iqs *
1t -k--- Go .th
R --".. f. ajBitfr only'Northern YotM for te iSZt r < \ LIke1ud fet _i

.tMtW \ 4b. riIt'..hd. dIr'ior Laxr and \h6 ... tbt bIl-ua1l. *" i1jf r. them doIfttfo*tM\4.DItarta JIt_ t .',n 42 + ,
34 oi .1 i&n NonI &aUt ri8U the 18th diviuon,heiog comkier. cftodtt- \ "'r.' .1.. t'-
partj bai stood updi1 th. nt '
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*1 .Jrzi 1I pxinteribe siH ts tnanrfef! Mightl ibWtift'vbich e iS iosayoif riiut are few formHaliMiiaiJw ttatitv&ot In torn way .. We need .t fl, 1flL$ l'flI $0 DrnHg

.., ; T : > I iforfcwr/iiai in"of&&*&.bepojnel 'fLn&uaver/ .nothing elect,, How is 'tnce&Uorto a deranged'atat of t t Important rjs.nubii QUriir
foarth ud last; objje4wa( (ho tady ; l it, is 'necessary" .to .read, n t very thisjMi. -T-. u<-. '* Man/, ago;' ',>Te.tnay ttale that it w the f.'ppfpos oitbe

f tho clasics, that th "'tJa sTd*atrraort tontain Greek and'Latin book, bof.tbos.ibooka only .Letns look-at- thii fcubjeeUin. a practical' Cgowunptbn, hart the*origin in!the LAci r 4'Auy ai Cditofi pf.the issue to oeVote*which all Kio heir y energies taglua! .t to' the$9tht dieeo I

descriptions and doctrines, that tend- to that may mend the heart, improve the taste, and philosophical point of :view.- lp physics remedy that would lustre regvlaritY and healthful ao- before the couij. .. I

Deduce the nnderstandJi '-and corrupt thec.Lrtr and nbrge the anderstanding f jMight they and mxi rh.ijt Is a law'that; in all conflicts tion'fo'ltie! Kver"w6nidbe a :btttaingtb mankind F* I.' .: L'tER.MSZ Grand Schraft for Joly 25,18& "! "

foundedia truth.. how not be made sensible o| ,the importance ofBacon's greater ovrcnn sand supplants the'lesser1 bya l3uLbecn the excismatiun of thouuads. That rem dy Daily papers for ancutu. .. .. .$7 .

: ? jraliapplly aphorism "that some books are to sure, because natural, prce Ng\y, if the LAS bmn found; iluf, and tare.. When a lair trial Seo&Weeklr ..iv.. ... ..-.6
v n inmost laugnag.therear too tnany tasted, others to be swallowed, and.some few oilier principle*,beside that of opposition to baa b OT..afford 4iUtha teen kaWn Weekly 'I. 5oco 2'I

boots-liable! to this cehsar -,And;; though a: to be chewed and digested"-that is, as the slavery, ol the American party, be the greater, fai 1. neter' __ .>- _-- to .*# TO OL'UBSI I

aidanclioly tmth, it cannot be danjied.1 thit ayouug noble author explains it; ".that sdrne are it will be difficult by [captious objections to 1telerhaveyon any'dueM of tite Lire of os* iivtrbich For Mz'eoplee of tho'Daillr, per acBoaa.. ... .. ..|S5ForeixeopjM'ofth.e .- Oi.A.SS n: :. -.
: man-fa his closet, *nd at a distance read only in pte.others to be read but Jiot arrest their march or dwarf, their dimensions. joii htlieve proee*d from bcpatwdwim tn ntl I Seou-Weellyj" ..'.?. J5 CUTM.U.i CAfltZ.r

fr33 bid; oiarhplo-'if he 1ia the rhis<(brtTin lofaH curiously, and some few to be read wholly Tho inquiry, then should be, aro they of most' Txwe not a moment buf purchase a box of Dr.'MI>b 'ji For si ix copies of the W"eekly i T <. 10 Prix if. ..tUOOO P4i.of..q .

into a certain, iraelrof7 study, vhich'atpresent with diligence and attention." A rule, which, to the welfare of the, American P31 anil'they will realare'you to LealflL.( ,It k the For fifteen cupi,a of the Weekly ,- .,, .. .,. 16 1 ... 3,000 2 -. .. 2OcO .
importance only! remedy yet dwcoTwid, iq .wlTcH impljeit ooafi- Addma 1 1.;( 1.600 I 1
is riot -irnf1io abl may. debase his if only attended to: would greatly' promote the people and the preservation our republican deuce may b* placed. ._ $ : PITCBIE; PRYOR 4l t DUNNkVAT.IUbuood 1 uqo..s .,' J. ;: 2coq:

Tinderstandiog, corrupt his beart.and.leam the advancement., true learning,.and the pleasure institutions! Tho.answer comes back to.ev- t "rufcha3or8,> careful to'ask for; Da.MLAKE'S *-- Va. 10 I- 4Q I&!, .t4 e,4I 'i:

' judiaient* of almost every depravation incident and s profit of the .ytudent Might not a cry intelligent mwd, so far aa the subject admits CILKERATED Livia 1'itta, and take bone else! Jane tO, 1855. 26.ox 4O Pri&ts -

4 te-lrasian nature. Bat lo effect this, the young man be.taught to set a proper value on I of anaJysia--oiuphatically no 1 There 'are.other PiDp, purporting ,to he Liter Pill-, Azt4tTaion
now the
jfsawledge'of modem tongues is alone sufficient. good compositions, and to entertain such contempt The defects in our election lavrs-in our his Celebrated pubic. Dr. MXaoe'a liver P3U. also ; Oaspplestn! the 741I1U
Vermifuge, can now be had at all respectable .
Immoral ind impious writing is one f for'the bad, as would secure him against natualiratiou laws-the jnfluence which the Drug Store iu the United States and Canada derthe'uziitende.e.o'c1d B.eiueruber ay Pise Jm i n ap 4

ai those arts in \vhich; tlio.-moderns ara con- their influence ? All this I cannot but think un-Araericanizedff clement among us has on :6.tiT THE- DREAM. Jt * Nwb t, sq, gmtltix>t* +bo. r* ,iirwi V> ,
fesso ily superior to tho Greeks and ..Romans.It practicable, if those who superintend educa our elections through the corrupt and corrupting For sale at all the Drag Stores in Tallahassee, IT A GtOKOUV., fiithful perJcroMM fthetr'dnty :..EHset"pf; J,. ;

doe not appear, froni what remadns.of tion would study to advance'the moral as interference of demagogues and Jesuit acd nt one Agency every Towu in the South. frills U the title of Romance nay in proceet of due,witboot' docoont. fJ AJJ ordaraTnlr en h. i !

:: their works, thai any'of the old philosophers well as intellectual improvement of the scholar ism, can all be met at that same time that we June 23, 1855. 25-2w JL completion which will be isiued in two numbers sfrictIyc9nfldeatI4! BH1.. OQ tiraolffot'fiaii> ttf'ca. '
far of the moderns in ,.and if teachers translators, and COHWKJHtatofs ence'unter the aristocratic and on the 1st and Ifitbuf July,1865. .1'biseeo.eare laid atpst. l -7Addreae '
ever went so as some ; withering spirit mainly jn'the United States, England ,and Spain. $1; ap f
recommending irreligion arid immoralitj- would consider, that to explain dulnees of blavery. The work will 04.priated, oa pure'wbtte paper with JA14E3ANTquaa t wltE1! :*

Tin Pagan theology i is too absurd to lessen is foolish, and to illustrate obscenity criminal. Tho former objects, in the eyos of the special On Thursday evening, 3lh inat at the residence of new type and will equal in quantity 'of matter an ordinary r I

oar reverence for the Gospel; but some ol And if all this were practiced, we should have adherents of the American party, may tie brid 'a father iu Oadsden County, by the Rev sized Duodecimo volume of SCO pftg e. June2.IUS. ,$2IOtCl -. :
we are pleased to call no reason to complain. classical erudition, engrossing importance but, they JosKrnva AKDERSON It will be promptly leaned and forwarded to all '
our philosophers as possess an. ; AUGUSTUS FISHER, E qN'ofTallahawee who vil! send their order AMompanml with the !
; them,have been Laboring hard, and I fear not that it ha any tendency to eedtuTa the under are'not new-we have encountered them before to Miss LUCY A. daughter of Capt caih. .
Real .
%-itholtsucceu, to maJinankind4 renonnceall standing or influence the pas&ions. In fact, and have become familiar with their oper A.IL Liner,of Gadddco.luGiffiu. TERMS: OooMoa.-

regard for religions truth; both-natural its inflammatory and seductive qualities would ation. Nor i* the slavery question new, but On., on the Hth inst., by the Rev.Mr.Foor. Single copy [two namb r.]..... .. *'To ; -'ol'siL.4i.i4uj. V U.pp.i...

and revealed. Jupiter and his kindred Gods .never have been alarming, if commentators it iaa present and pressing one, and may not, Col.JAMRS M. LONG, of Washington Conn- clubs of y or more, [per copy]1. .; .. 6j). New Pwtt, June 9, 1B$5 -1- .
for machines in an ancient epic ppn had thought more, and written less. But be turned Remittances must be made in bills orthaage, cr4 --J----- IAdznthIstrs4oj'etfoe- -'
may paw in its rampant position, postponed or ty, Florida, to Mrs. HARRIET R.JOHNSOJT of the -
in Post Office
in uwxiern they would bo ridiculous unhappily too wise to value Stamps. '.
em but a one ihey.were any aside, to await a more convenient season. If former place. Addreu JAMES M. SM THE.
even uf that capaqty VV proof that in thing beyond the knowledge of old words.To .- we would save ourselves from its overshadow Married at Point Augusta Os. r | fiE snbacriiir jtvj g'tina day' liifn' obt fcttmpin'ht'cf
eneVatitTng"gtr1ains wherein their"acalcvoracnts" have told them that it i is essential to all : Poleway, Jone 19, by M. M J_ of dlcistrstio *la st"ot&th Pf
spHoofthc ing and all pervading influence, it must be M'AmET, Jane 80, 18.56. 16.fc"Forty
Pare celebrated, they have lost good writieg to improve as well aa inform, mefnow. And this necessity teems to be felt ApalaclucolajtoMiw all Wublnfrtcn,C&un\y( id 1ees.asd. trabr.tifiea i- .* P '
all creditd.conide.tiO-in the world, and and to regulate the affections aa well as amuse by the American party, at lenst in Ohio, in Mrs. Goodrum'ofGadsdeo GOODRUM,.eldest daughter of Dollars R *ard.I ae.ttlewiih pertons 1adebtedtbsaidatet6 tJivd.atid; ; i*m.diI*r z; I Iward

that tho idolitrouaj. abbs p/ ..classical.poetrycan the'fancy and .enrich.the memory; that wick common with the-masses, and they prqpose County.OBITITAEY )ANA WAT from the Subscriber, on the 24tb in- aid aU cnditon, I.gaeSII rsons .Otitl.d todd- I

never iriona do any.harm. From the seepticisni -1 ed books can please none but worthless men, to act m accordance with this feeling. With JL\, slant, two NPrUti SAM and ISAAC. t.ribitios ::11111 prMtiiI th :f1inl ddi..4ii. :

of, Pjrrbo, ftud: tibe atheism! of Epicu- who have no right to be pleased,and that their shall bo able roll .-, Sioi: its dirk t&ataj o* Mwut st4f/t Vf JT' .oef"ur ia twojears Ironxthedai of tWs tiitic...r ibet ivl ,
their concurrence, wo DIED the inches built and about twenty-fccr be .
be I on 6tb ult, at "VVaukeena, Jefferson Co., high, strong years t4rTeinftsootrj. ''rJAHK PIPPnv
rouiwlia4&UgltJS apprehended authors instead of praise,deserve punishment; back this black cloud.-unio State Journal. CHARLES BURRELL old_ Isaac* ia a low,* fleshy boy, complexion black, .-. .- Adowktatrix ;
Eropiricus and the of would address them in ,infant son of Asa and Mar ; h
The language poetry have been to. a style, sod abt twenty eight year*oW. "w J.5s..J6& U1
Lucretius, may claim attention; bfct the reasonings which with all their 'knowledge'of 'the gram War amoiigthe'burclits. garet May, and grandson of Burwell McBride Beau I will give FORTY DOLLARS reward for the apprehension ., \ i i ii
fort, S. C., aged 10 month, diiease and eoofin mect of both in Jail so that Plantation ThrS5 :
of both are too ciildish-Iosubvert any mar } n 1 dictionary, they could not have uader&tood. ccelittibu i/ ? Dysentery.CANDIDATES airy F4,
Tantcene &
I can get them or I will give Twenty-fir* Dollars for /T HE ub rib
; roflmfer
soMnd pVinciple, or corrupt nny'good heart; --- ----- salr,fci pUntaticn Ijfcfc:
: Some time since article appeared in the the apprehension aud safe confinement of either cf JL io Jefferson
( Coooty;fk; til tailM CMK> W Tilt
antj wonld probaMy' have 'T>eon. forgotten or ii'i'! P. JIJN1US, "*
% SouthWestern Baptist, a religious paper published them. lahaw e, on the few fa* uA !a the tycfWa
de5pLse3Jong ago, iCso'mo worthy authors..ofiesdlatter'timeahad Principal of the Tallahassee City Sem't/ in Tuskegee, Ala., extacted from the w- r-V -v VX xX XX Xs -XVrf' Nrf Centrerille. Leon Co. Fla,June Stl, ISU. 2 : not taken pains to revive am tWE: are authorized to announce THOMAS aeyIaofI&udiaatbaa

and recommendthem.. The parts of ancient Three Days Later from Europe- Western Watchman, charging theMethodist'_ H. HALE as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector In Leon Circuit Court. In Chan and nearly all uodcr JoAa. Tbtt* i Uto&. :t
Church with being inimical to Re- science that are and always have been studied Episcopal ensuipf place a .comlart/jjla MX! DOOBJ. fiant L-Din(
iho and stoical ARRIVAL OP THE ASIA- publican Government. The Methodists in the tober next. cery. Bill for Divorce. Uou e.Gin Bvoa fiertw,8t U Barfii'tod all ot.
rn'jst, are peripatetic *systems; immediate vicinity felt grieved and insulted, Sarah Jane Price, Cooipt ) Cr OtitS1':Ot buildigt 'witlc qaartes LrSirtj w
and thoso oiay,undoubtedly not only and their Rev. E. J. Hamil, t: MIL. EDITOR:Please announce A. B. TURNEK ,a. fifty oc roei. AB; p noo deairoa of puidlMiiy th. p
without danger, but even with great benefit, 3 1L4.LIFAXJune2Oth. thought pastor as a Candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector WJliam T. Price, DefdX ) property will please f3 tad ;*xaaj'wHiS'tmi ,

both to the heart and to the understanding. The British Mail Steamship Asia has arrived addressed a leVer to the Ilev. Samuel Hender for Leon County, at the Election: in October next. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the aod au learn tb tBnsa" f.*alebr application to tb.

The finest treatise of. pagan morality are ,.bringing three days later advices from Eu son, the editor of the Baptist, complaining of MANY VOTERS."WE JL above named defendant, William T. Price, reside subscriber on the plat! FbtMMkii \ fl1'b.git.o'tothe

M'leod but their authors are entitled rope. .: the injustice done to a large body of American out of tbe State of Florida: It is ordered that hear purchaser to aooa M tbpr Mot mp it other**
: imperfect; Christians and seeking a disclaimer of the r; are authorized to announce COUNCIL ing of the facts charged fa Mid till of complaint be Apply soon to 3 "WM. H t
: to honor for a good intention and for LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. offensive charges extracted into his from A. BRYAN as a candidati for Clerk of the Circuit had on the firnt Monday in Ocuber. 1855; ProTided May 19,1866. Snn-2Q -t1jJ ..
done their best Error in that Cotton paper Court for the County of Leon, at the election in October ,j
having ; unchanged, after having undergone the Watchman, Instead of theamendelnozzorabic that a copy of this order be published in some news Sixty Dollars Jewar& u1
well in theology,, though iaus next printed ia Tallahassee fo- the of three ,
fccienoe as as a partial decline. Sales uf the week 107,000. paper space
the effect of prejudice and pride, was the Baptist editor reaffirmed boldly the months before the day appointed for said hearing.AT I WAS ROBBED co ,& -.** &Wif tlf Apnt
and Flour unchanged. Com advanced a shilling. most, objectionable charge contained in the FELLOW CITIZENS:Having faithfully discharged CHAMBERS : J. WAYLES BAKER, Judg lait.of abooi flOO Ia Anwnean{0&; 4l in FnaJb
generally in them the effect ignorance; Consols v 92. former article. This has aroused the ire of the : the duties of the Office of Tax Collector, to which your June 3d, 1855. Em-26 do., |lo in lilrer cojo, 1 Ocjd Wjitdi. 1 fiifTtr'do,azxi I It

those of them whose names are most rcrunvned, 1 POLITICAL LVTELLIGEKCE.The1 Rev. F. G. Ferguson of the Alabama Con : kindness elected me in October 1853. as is shown by S Gold Stoda,1,7 ThnuMurr1 I iuriy 1is
jind whose doctrises are. best understood, as my receipts from the Trrasorer's office, I respectfully Hardware Cutlery Quns Nails abt igt 1O IneJ'ggh, jCt,blact 1 :
Socrates ArUtotle. Cicero Seneca, Epictatus bombardment of Sebastopol was renewed ference, who in an article in .1 late number of offer myself before you as a candidate lot re election bafrandwU3 ofbrrk

done and still "on the 6th. the New Orleans Christian Advocate carries in October next I,. 0 DEMILLY. Shovels, &c, *a t, and w abooi*8 er ffacnbrr '
j and Antonias, have probably Subscribers invite the attention of Merchants offer* a reward :T* ; ; L Lif
rf'IIE osfzty&
The,French attacked and carried Mamelen the war into Africa, and boldly" charges that :
dp, service to mankind "by the importance rM. EniToa Please AUGUSTUS stock of beion sad safe *
may : announce I visiting New York, to their goods, em knping io'tiJTtaiLf
L of their precepts, by their amiable pictures and White Tower, after desperate fighting and the Baptist Church is inimical to all govern L.J1SIIER; as a Candidate fur Clerk of the Circuit bracing a complete variety in the above line, particularly JEftfefilA ,

I of particular virtues, and by the pathet13 I terrible loss, on the 6th.The'success ment and has none of its own, and threatens, Court of Leon County- at the election lo October. adapted to the Southern trade, which they are ApaUcttoola, May 12, 18M. 19-tf !
aaaionjtwns ana apposite examples ana of the Allies caused great buoyancy if the war is continued by his Baptist brethren MANY VOTERS.To prepared to tell at low prices for Cash or approved '-F Fl-I I I IPSR -.T it

wheretvnh their b iii France and England. to give thpm "one J 11)0(1, general thrashing." Credit STOW A SMAUT, Frfsh. Groceries. ; ;
reasonings morality enforce the I'uttrn of Leon County: 128 Pearl SL, nd 94"Water St, N w,Jerk.
The French now amounts to 200,000 We lake no part, of course, in the controverav. W2LU JL PJSTT13Irwa .
J. Love to their country; the parental, army At the request of many friends, WM. G. BURG June 23, 18Z5. 26-fim ', .,
fiial aid conjugal charities;> resignation to men. We believe there always will be ESS offers himself a candidate for Judge of Probate < !-,*! j .4

lij Jirue will, supcrioriiy to the evils of life The Russians are to be attacked from eve more sinners in the world than CiiriJians! [ of ut the ec&r.ung election in October next, and will bethnuitful Justices' Court. 25CaaksSidw.16 Shetid.i : ,. -. '

and 10 the gifts of fortune ; the laws of jus- ry point all creeds, sects and persuasions) and apprehend fur the suppit of bia friends and fellow-citi- Nathaniel White, )] HTHE defendant and all 2 PUIn P.m. : : ,

tie, tie rights human nature; the dignity The Russians have evacuated Sanjum- no danger to the -public liberties from generally. vs. IX others interested are 4 Tiereev:5ugrvur.d:, .I

cf teaperaac1, the baseness of sensuality ; the kale.There any ofthern, except that in their sectarian -. We are authorized to announce Mr.THOMAS John C. Williams and ]f hereby notified of the corn- 6 Bbb Lard OU, J, .. ,

proper direction,of fo.-tltutla! ; and a. gtneroas, had been great fire at Galotz which zeal they \\ill forget to preach the gospel, and J. ROBERTS as a candidate fur Tax-Awssor and Virginia C. Williams.// inenctment of this suit,returnable 6 Lard Ho. 1, '. -.---- ,1
ciidiJ j behaviour destroyed 100 houses. that -their clergy instead of being pastors of Collector of Leon County, at the election iu October to 'a Justices Court to be held at Tallahassee 40 Wtiiiwy,' ? -* r' -
au friendly are enjoinec "
next on the 9tb day"of July next, and to appear and S5 Soperfin* Flour, .. i "
\ their; writings with a warmth of expression, The Cholera had broken out in the Austrian the flock, will b* oomo ravening wolves. This plead to the same. ,Giveu under iy band and seal ramily P2Q4 141.go

!nd l farce of argament, which, Christian morzlht army. controversey is another of the evils that have "- WE: are authorized and requested to announce this 21st d4Iy of June, A.D. 1865.JXIf. > 6 s Mesi Beef -' : rl

mtghf? be poulto imitate. In a word, sprung from the senseless mummery of Know LEMUEL JONES as a candidate fur Tax Assessor CAMERON. [swJ 6 g-- -. ;.z. ..

think it may be-affinhtfd* with confidence, FORT LAHAVIK CAPTURED BY THE Lvnxxs. Nothings.-Columbus Times. and Collector of Leon County at the election ia October June 23, 18.55. 2m Justice of tbe Pue *S "- Petan TVbL Beana.NutL" I'S
tint tho knowledge of ancient'philosophy and NEW YORK,June 22. --------4--- : 4- Dollars Reward. -.5 .Me.. Fbr' t :' '- Vi
!LI-lory mu t O1t(1bU.ttO the; improvement; The Missouri Republican states that Fort QUALIXCATIOU FOR HIATKIMONY. No : WK are authorized to announce TVJLLIAMH. Fifty M BagaRwCoOs*, r ', .

of: the human; mm4JuLcannot now corrupt Lararnie had been attacked and .cnptn rd by woman ought to be permitted toenter upon the NEWSOM. as a candidate for Tax AASOUJU and [ T) ANA WAY from ,the Subscriber oa the 28tb ofi : .. Jaa ,.. '? v i :

t'n hart oruiidarstaQdrpg f who the Indians. No particulars given. duties dftoimubiafiryxithtiu't being able to Collector at the election in October next i JCL April last a negro man, named EDMuND J RbdLcboie.aupr i. '
Any person About 28, Old five feet nine or ton laches ingb. -
----------- years 2 Prim.Zaj'-!
ii a. friend-to truth tmd"virtue, make a shirt, mend a coat, bake a loaf of To the f weigh about'180 Iba, Coffee colored,, pleaaaat tA.CrbedaZzg; I -.

But* what can:"be, said in vindication of the LATEE FROM CALIFORNIA. bread, roast a joint, of meat, broil a stake VofersofLeonCuuny: countenance,anJ baa a scar on one of bis boulder] '!t CEffe 8&r, .r"- ,' .

indecency ()the: ancient poets, of Aristopha make pudding and manufacture frocks and candidate FKLLOW-CITIZXXS for the office of herewith TAX Assessor announce1 and Collector nwetf said to bare ;beea' -caused Jiy. btahSaid Negro 00 Llfcc OMb; a Hotter, 4J .
ARRIVAL OF THE DANIEL WEBSRER. et ceteras for lit-tle was i ed in Novetcber Iftitkt>fDc.'Jo6epbEwn2) .4 4h
responsible pur 0 BomaStirCiwdk "
nes, Catullus, Ovid, Martial Petronius, 'an< at the ensuing October election and respectfully solicit *,
of N. C. It probable he will
Montgomery County; 6 Lenrona
of Pcrdas Juvenal and Horace ? Truiy It.only those possessed of these qnalifica- suffrages.. With Rospeot. -
even your
attempt to make bin back to N.0. I will give a .
June I
l nr-t a word. I abandon every thing of that lions were permitted to become wives, how WM. W.MOQRE.,, reward of 25 dollar for apprehension and delivery .,

ort, waelhsr modem or ancient, to the ut- The steamship Daniel Webster has arrived, many years do you think reader it would to me;or bis safe confinement in any jail o that I tfao I .. 4 1' A '
I herewith announce myself 'aa a candijaf* ,A
with California dates to the 1st inst take him I'Will further reward cf 26 dollars ,lazge sndgenerat (. o
a great arithmetician to calculate the again. give a
rno3t'reigeanceofsatfr and.criticism ; andl 1 1thoald for Clerk of the Court at the ensuing October election hnd_ ?
The Star of the"West left San Juan fur sufficient convict white of fear- .' q.Jt.'J
steamer to -
number proof any :
of old person
maids ?
.rejoice*fo; hiaar t&it from the mpuuint"its and request your suffrages. Y for New the Gib with 500 pissc boring concealing him. Any information respecting
Jork.on One of Western editors THOMAS F. WILLIAMS.
May 4
of tunun'ait, all indecency w rq-ex our. giving an account said boy thankfully received. 0. PEACOCK. 18 21. ; .: 'i .'

panged, forevor... Kor is there any cirtfuln- gers and 8700,000 in specie. a'.tornado, heads it as follows: Disgraceful WE authoriend Madison Co, June 16th, 1835. 24-tf Ma'1inn i Messenger rJ te copy.. .q 1 > ; r ,
The market were dull.- ; Thunder Storm." c: ore to announce SAMUEL ... t- -..- : t
tnie that could attend such
& purification --- -
There occured'a destructive" 'fire in San W. WILSON as a candidate for Clerk of the CSrenit In Choaxy. :
tba:: would: make mo regret it The immoral l Court of Levn County, at the election in October next For Hire. r
pa. 2jes in hiostof'th aItbers now meationsd Francisco, on. the 16th ult The square front A KNOW-NOTHINO VICTORY.-The.other _ ,._lb _ _ 4 first rate Code, Washer and Ironer for&4 iafXlL /' rt Cfrcw/f Cotirttflte'J&I&ttniftfllitWa.rtJAwl
creb'it finv.'anS fiave'neither ing on Davis street and bounded by Commercial day the Whig papers were rejoicing over.ihe nooe cf the year. Can fa''hired only Ja IOTO. tnt : "
; : elegance norrnoocbfnhinaththto and Sacramento,-was burnt over. Loss, success of"Sam," in the Whig city of Cleveland An Ordinance the permanent and more Enquire at this office. AudV* f 8.Oirr, It1 ; ff* T' fip. i !
; so strict is the connection ny between bntprof'gtte'i *40,000 ((1)?) Ohio. That the people of "the Sooth effectual Organization of the City 8eminary. .. June, 16,183. $- 'S4.. .. Lewis Cuttis Nathaniel.- -Toersfen.' ft-- tl nl J y .
The Branch Mint in full know who "Sam's" friends in Cleveland .
was operation. may were ;
virtie and good taste, and'so true itis, that WHEKEAa. on UN Jltt dar of Uirrt bat; te aa
M-ant of dece'ncy will in The State Central Committee of the various on what principle* he was successful, SECTION Be it oriiined by tit Jntendunt and ITTALLAHASSEEFLORThA. Decr 'ribiml nS'tL&rfca\ja\ by :
always one degree orS branches Dem'obratic'party iC California and by whom elected, we copy the following City Council f the City of Tallahauee, That tbe the Hon. J. Waylea BatbyJd r cf the Coort af fi.aaid. '

another betray want of sense. Horace, PerauaMartial had agreed to. ignore past.. Issues-ioret statement from the 'Cleveland Express, the Tallahassee Seminary shall be. subject to the control it wsa among pthef-tnil ortlttedjM, flows:
;Catullus,and Ovid himself and direction of the JnLenilant and Council, who :4 And it rarthW-craVm
might and call City .: Wholesale and Retail ;De lr in H *.A unite
their make friends Know-nothing in thai !
give up al! their immoralities' vi-hhout losing quarrels, a organ city Speaking for that purpose, shall'be, and hereby constitute pereoos baring claim, the
acy of their"wit; and as to' Aristophanes and convention; for; the'.3 9th; nominate a of the election, it says: a Board of Trustees. | tSec. DRUGS AUD MEDICINES. aid A palacLicoIa LandfOiip ,or f iJxn tb.

IVtroniug/I have never been able to discover qndidaforGoycruoir -- -The coloured population generally voted 2. Be it' farther ordained, That the laid .( .. :- lands known aa ForbtA1 fSifebjna, oc fcrr btioo of
At"the"municipal election In San Francisco for the American ticket day before yesterday Trmteea; may; from time'to time, select a 'luftablennttrberof i-Us? RECEIYED Iroa.Nev; York a lull supply the said land, do pteit this bpft idV3ets

anything in either, that might trot becon signed the Democrats elected their candidate for In this they showed good judgment and tfillhaverio'occai eitizvns' not members of1 the Council, anc tl of.DrugivA MediciiMS, Paints, ,Qila, Windowglasfly thereof to Hag* Ar3gfJtlT&L P0. pf th. Mait.nwf
to eternal oblivion, vithouUhe least detriment requent-them to" co-opera with'1 them, and afford putty,; ; to literanire; Tfeef latter, noWrithstandhfg'theiiiae Mayor. The'other offices we'r/ab'dtrt equally l l6n to regret their'' action. They them the benefit of Their knowledge'jind experience A180- or before th 'r'$ rf j of CttooW ii4t, si2iJ 't4
tvhtch he has !ki W ''acquired divided1 between Know Nothings'tid'Jemc. rrjoice.with us iu SAM'S triumph over a in the management of the general interests of'sid Qninine/Fkrr'-BnuxJ.: 'T the aaid Maxtor t.k fr of of and a
r ) crat .' weak, corrupt Nebraska Administration/__ Seminary, and in furtherance of jts design and object, 600 oa. -. : .. ,uiJvLa .u viuLij auu .amount or escn-&ndotiucbelahxicdebtg '-
witfKheresenre'of 000 Salt
.i is in ereryrespect ( a fetrto1rable -- SEC. 3. Be it fur I he* ordtinrt, That the Pupils in Ibfc'EpeonJ ,, .
The colored Natives 6 addsuap& ,n3jt .
t f people are ; and much I 20O0''aIaub r'do. :
verses seattered throu 1J ] 1i1e ABBEST or HORACE,OBEEWT IN RuutV- better citizensvthati. horddfiof( Catholic said Seminary shall benndsr.the ctikrga and s opjf.rision p 20dOana.fOaU.rOil-Na'{.; '. 1' 1.CO Mid Master do somuaon bviwvclaimAOta

Horaec'reely was arrested iii Paris on Sat I ..of A.Soperintendeutr of.'InBtmction,and such I 200 ,, vr erVdltors. or.their ?gears, a pu|ifl ,heertaht .-
Irish who Lamp ., !
afle yearly flocking to our shores. in tbeieveral-braaches-of. i
teachers edocatiooaaiuayfrom or bsiioforbadare irtliiSA
his argurnent-tueb-as can, elcite*ho Demotion urdajvTnne 2/jind/ lep't inClihyJdebk ; 100 N atsfot" '" .. tfe 'Bt tV ii
I. than toetime.be4eemed n* e* aryi The Saner* rke bj ad hiflon n| .to U .
in nsind tiitterl V' 'M JJrrtee4 .f
any n j epravedliarcontempt at the instance of a.Jfrneh 200 :
pr's Monday
prison-UU ; An officahoHingChap! being 1edII W inteodent andlaacben shaL.beelectod by the lotendsnt : StM iedn;
obl b
M oa d is i>
and horreace/'iTh k wit andhcunbrTpf' f |lae extiibitibrof bbj tsd'arta at the New he po'ntfivf d to hold his ptace'ttfider ence etveatlrainidtrationai and Council, and. shall receive; fur their utiees 200 25 No. 1 White BoHed.Lead, tb...atj :.of ,NCW .Y<* tqiMt; ekiZuZI Kegs ,
Athenian p ilwjrhpw become afinpgi iavla.; ikCzysta1I'alace, wliogood beinfif-bfo- Yeplied,'"that a'drnirustrat! such eomperiifttion as mayte hejreaftor provided. 3lio'rILuv3 tora produw tl cir ileoMi axd U

Lie, and seem;eer rla'i ave beeq eryfcoir.plcuous. ken dLajud; opt sue for sruait ..which could change ofteher Bra 4. &filfurtht *vntttod.fll shallbe the Super- ; Pure f ., t ing.the aazncAi4 thetnr perth c a ,1..
: infeeridtnt-vniMtruclioB responsible 'foftle Jafefrr '
Tk ; ** ptanug (:Lmanio4
Teteepdon he met witi i'o1ftmb 5LI1agy4p; i t di .Lpr wb nsuitedLiiTi than ho .'. f.Thf'New discipline itip1l: .
IiOOlba. Fire Hroof .
being rfrj 4 I -TfT s*arretotjaftQr J Iheetf Ybrlc Herald recently contained rules and emulation*: that may 4>e pre ) *, and .WJodow" auee. large
.ITlwi suit ordec and ttbe be
in..PariB 'A fortnight' good government g name, properly ant ab.4lfla&bove iIlfltit
"of Paiater'a & ,
ii:3 .WhHJgfr.en ra* heard .:ciitwj4thof ;Jan when.vGreelyf an arjicje en "flogging criminals, whereupon tnforced.i ., .1 / 8 i A. i assortment*, < -'- J> atcr--rusbe limite o u n ? au' la-d ,,
Tribune ..
a temporary name tOrS.bd4poets than the observes, that for once that SEC. 5. Be it further ordaund. That it shall bathe .= i t .1 aaU UMtcr-ia41] llo F r4ba porpcw.tfcilj W
1So. rrr
one ;) and for his .TBjxjitatiot&'n latter times ***course* % getaflibertf.**' T i papt1r treats"of a'rabject it fully understands dufy.rf tba Superintendent<>l Instruct loo to prescribe Msy2 ,
oth,,,,And Ji BaJd[ preparfhg a docuofuhe 24; diihaic1d nIne1 and direct the be usad in .said Semmaryas 4
as a classic auth6rlw musT hare eoa indebted w mostsiirxing'6ort fort o Tribune. well as lh, mode and manner of 4o truot ion : ProvkM, Rail Road. "i-No, L. ice.- ;., .-.. 44...... I.
not to the poignanc 'of toywagr the del- His -own-'iaccountcwilL of course: be.betterworthcojyng horsewhipped i q ( ---- that pawU wad aanlian ef uj %,| Seminary B Y order of thePreeid aod'mPeueacola cj Q thIMds.4bpknd r
oin- .i4 : : ;jr I direct the different branches wnico.ttey A Georgia Rail Road Cuuipaoj, t

ventior ) geInl* *ort'powars-ziy.iaturaldisplay f thari 4 'i aivothei-..qWITUDRW r ;THKM, The,career...bKn6 te may wisb t iefr cjuldrerf or wards ta TS 'fristructed, %may ft, StockholIer of sajd Company. ae.k utip4u ttolb1bPcpMMn1:! tfrlwti aa'J
human w Nothings, notto foresee, &z..6." Se it further or ii>i ',Tbat the achalift? pay in one per.wnt of their Stock u &bsbiettt
of to.he f
manners o59.INos.'Thefoli.wig iadeifcnedjbe as tfort ni it'liir jgharaeful.'t year shall be divided inU'two ,aessJooi of fiv0ij5 baettcft dfibe1r
IC4t Q1II riif nlD4rJ) tft.b detlta,) ejrfract js 4etter4e4 J.ap- tho lighteat foiwdfiipo in prlritheV ;and that after the rxptrathmofthe r>r W solely to btttt(11I linguage.4n .- bury, June 10 : ThefalHatybobtthcJi tie (for wbrh pfftiialoo'wki' BMd: Jbj'tbenirrttemporiiryoTgarilzit'oii. ; a : D 7a4.ti n4dma.mJ

proof' f beobseTd vilh. Two Tdti&PI .) theitIoi. tbalfcoTrtfaeacB ooihefirsf ier.I&Wa'4o all persu&l 4f Ij4tJ -
th &
'The Vacation'monthshi ,
t& PL* montha ag6/they. initiated bOit'fdrt.into can only live'fcy l<*ieto e ;!''and imfijtdie'widf each MoodaVofOctober/.lSSS.;aod every year shaH be August1 and'Sept em; r. lemandageJust1b. Apalacbi.o7jitflnUTh4
lh the Order. The &st ton days there have ,i->ai5-.r 17 1 aI Ye'iLl1ii
tW6V: xfefeaflike ofhlr \rs 1.1 i <
THOUSAND dressed tad lb ,
fl(\ Flooring Ctqliac; *
:tejJ .been twenty.six wamflraWs, aad what few m4tQry b a y Jce M pK 40.1..St iV Our nrftXW. tttt jiff lsv7nxtlutions liv') fru Ea4Caia1c1a. )1acbin. -ts4 .

.,1 : e4aa 'fi fctaifig! d 1$ the' moment,..tha.Abject .of ,*orders; of regulatIons inc awuUkMt work by far, w endence inereof to m Dd

) ar i teal vhcr** 1taG entao6Ji&J rig. on the PtuIde1plua .COitpn., iurlbit'rn organized the.a o iatou body| ,failebya1ilureofipeil.i'besOtE pcojisions of this..Ordioanca., ,be aadtlsi sarbreby and is really cheaper than maliluj fcj: t4-IaX4IItO" Lb. Mutes otiaia b'allaha.s.'oo .
-' rt4 ek th sins oftba"1ia> if }, repealed. T .y i U' haul 40 or 50 nils. crbtI' win*,
Litth pcrflii e ,Wag af Jn Ltbe decay"ofthe Paased m .Cotin Wofc ff. 1858 aMScrI1B bth.wii.sbvyilIb.b.rr of
$ be WThAMt ; r1tlie ontLnI Llie C nititu:4thethJh1 ,,. ef
cWty F MMtft1 rtl 3 cru* drtd or to be rad aaij e4.
woiI : in *$ ditf I '
ift.t.f. pare %III) stJcatderOz of com.Heory efr uUqi
niot boiL7O( -- ,? ., 4--4 .c..I.IP i'I.D' '
:: anyse LU kjow '
r t
1arirnjalzus e, nthgoom alt Si : '
*1. of the ( :1.Ost."sB ; d Cal Iontan; .. : 'May1&,185 4r'r'
: .
p e'othiI) ..l'i! H
parstiv ; uati.b&oth..Iodoti ) !* 'ANQ .4p uaM'j IT' Tb. w.iis ____
u rettif mink iut tu ; iihc1iP.WLffkU -... ? Ph-tf ,e A SIWATIO A13 TE&CE1Y.T UXG2Lba.buJ14.ta ) eia.Zkt bommeree,S.T, will publiA __ __ q .

tions ofthepetzzsot % Ejini; t.y.; r.sipirianc. inCraya1gP.Ds led Oystar! Brandy breNfaL4: .. October aa<<4Md aosrszat ;. ,

can eveitbt1ct; ? oyotljhat texceptionabl bor eIJe449 JaI ; w3ra''I ecEer.cSlIil.*CirHsbA niy )ra *; 4 pjk lit seen Gag. Mar ,

IbteLac.h ?1er dear brotherGarrio >|'|fy &Q1tQ.. UIbrqS1ar.
tiiuwic4tou Ereah ssalmon, Lqb (*f, Haddqdc.fcUllibut and _
j4uagei144e..nt: but. I jm.Blpv htaz PicW 8eotb-&I a
v* *t.rt- fwW.riudrM'j >fvmBjji& ad. J&M9T.d 4p. 'I _
bink* '
nddoWbotiif i.jrvcnr exit eBtW
iairp.1 nor n die handsIiJQ' 1 ?Af :ifuiai 'iw-t.'ijLr-jtL! _j.- .
put dlJI a iI'
f; it ;is not nesy that tney iwiil;* .ibo1is TFrwB9iuryiwt?-- I M ,
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4a ,"!:. TALLilAEW8EM1N1RY. Z Tp4'rMT.; ) 1" .

JD Y TUn -, ii&crrl'rcduNcn/bavin roagrd.D HXW' DISCOVEBY.-:6F i ,TIll 'A.OBi I 'DAYmWiLO1: t 1Jo .. -

'.J_rl.JtTNroS.M PrindpeloftbeTaltahaesee8eia- :WOOD offer for'sal IM& ; Ji
T'T. a perfect
ii 'u1t L Maind ME.D.B.'(CLAYTON. M :T *cher in tbe Eaf PROFESSOR It will fa a short tune' reetore''1tbt'haif Eaawre&tatffrcHBtb*!bdp1t1.1NtJ".' r'tw -d
iriiYi into. f InbDepartmeet;jrive notice Aat tbe School.will cootroeoee al ;.f Fall and : '
q&A7e* tw9 eMont> which ha become grey peroiafieaUy to Ate ongwal W i ppry :9r
,; tL"fin mnotba-far-h.ih* rst. commencing on thee under the.upcci fndendf bd direction of the color-brings i it where it i* gone,tad arrests Winter Goods. ail of which wre. taleeted by JrfmaelfSn"NewTorfcaddy 1'tIrTOW ,. .*thDia Co.".

;-i 1oNIt.IJ I". eth.b.MDIber; above earned gfotletneK no Moodiry, SOth April.. it whereat isfulhegoff eleans dandruff l sicbssed on the most favorable i.1 enwiy.oteD .r _.04. Ii-- "
6' tko.M>eAnd oaauoeDtW on(fee SOUi of February and The general educational coaraefathia mtitutwb and itching remove* all cutaneous.eujgj.and reDden terme.'many sdeea at reduced neu]'ebleh'vlfl enable assortment t.S .. "

.to rodfog.oa tbe iMt-otJtAr..: will embrace EngSsb'in all iu. inchidiag Ike*ealp perfectly healthy by restoring'the'eec bin) to supply bis customers and all who may'favour bg 'Good.iJtetlw

"t jJTbe;Oadeta an divUed into four College c:1a.. Lone; Rhetoric,Ancient nd Modern HiUory, Deitnand retire organ to their original vigor aod strength;and hrn witJut call either for cath .or apprd'edcredit pod in pert of ( ; .reo tilt i' : -

., Tbe Annual Commeocenent take place on tbe Wed- Modern Geography;Wi Ring.Book-Keeping.An thwetic thus vupply nutriment end coloring matter to it.- ,at pricee certainly a* low, if not lower than Fine xflaek 'IOtWN.1P. :ou

..t bM Jay befoM t1.e'Ot of July.ACADEMIC Algebra. Geometry, rplain and spherical Trigonometry It doesooteo1the, .1Wr.1Mis.ia abort. a perfect any house ra thia city. They b part consist vf BUcfc nd _. .

: .. STAFF. with tb ir application to Astronomy &. Hair invigorator and Tome. Fancy&tple Dry Goods/Stationery, N Business \r ._ a z..'
ctc To the young. who so much admire the beautiful Boots and SIIoeaaDd Perfumery, Fancy \ II.''I "
C)1. A. V A. M and
BRUMBY. Superbtendeot and N and
vlth Greek Black
The Greek and Latin Languages L
lock and ringlet be feels that he will be pardoned,if Hardware. SAd levy
Pt.olau r.d 1 Mmabcl. N .'M.Ij
";' Roman also the French German,and Blset
( V. S. A, Oommandant of Antiquities; he offer the advice suggested by long study' aod extensive Hollow Wiwe. Groceries.Irpo II ; ". v. .
Italian will be to all whose and
f language tangbt pupils Faoey :
observations; it M to discard all cologne and Crockery Glass Ware, and Steel ,.
and Professor Engineering.Jr.
l Cadets 0
: desire such of instruction. The and
a City Blade
parents course stimulating oils !for the hair,and always the Hats and and M 6ia
Profiteer French Histo- keep upon 0aps. Bagging Rope.
1! V. <. MANOET- of Council with the named .4 'V. .
together following gentlemen Fancy .
". toilet a botte of the restorative for.occasional use Bonnet TrimmlncR' Paints,Oils,Ac,**. tsstJty.! .
; N
: the Board of Trustee vii do. c.. .
: and we can safely predict,that henceforth silver l cks Men and Boy's Clothing, '.. ."
: : Mr. 3.:H. HUIfT. A. M. Professor Chemistry Da. CHAKLES G. EHSLHB, FRANCIS Krrxa, ff White ) : Ail
and bald heads'will be mAnown for all I
:' and Erurli-Ji Uteratore. : hough the October 14, 18&4. 41 Uh6.
S ,
rose blossom the downy cheek-the dark be*U1 k
B.600DWI Profeteorof Drawing may upon rr'
XrJ. Jjuu KiaxsEV, D. 0. WILSOH, be ; and the tretb those Mary W. Wage Leoo BLACK, 'Aseistact Professor of Matb-- eye ever BO piercing or pearl, ,
a OptW.T.
MoNnx.Tra Miua NAIH
RET. D. Da.
*, Wiike aDd Colored
-fluids be withheld from .
ematka.CaJet still if 4b natural the haIr. }VCbaneery extract* frn A U-- ,
R.3. CAMP. AuUtaot Teacher. NORMAN BUTLTR. and in consequence it become first dead and harsh, James Wage Bill for divorce log Stock*.. Cotton the v t_oltWa .- ,

M : TERMS then or lull off, nature will be robbed of satisfaction of the Court that Drawer Browb. ? :
/ A. OCNNELL.H. D. Snrgeon. grey more appearing to the m..1'l-I-"_
:: 'The l? Institution: .is under the direction and managewotofaBoard Tuition b Classic*,the higher branches of Mathematics than half its charms; and although it is a sovereign IT above named defendant, James Wage,reside Hose. White and ; Tar Terr L
of which
::1 4 i of Trustees b conjnnetum with a.f' Natural Sciences,&&, also in the Modem LAngua. remedy for those wb are gray MI well as those who out of the State of Florida it is ordered that a bearingon are put,aol i,iIl 1II1

:1 k- ,, B ar J uf TWtor appointed by the Governor of theI ges Above mentioned, per annum, (30. are bald, till all see the propriety of making only the facts charged iI, mid bad on the lit and Call warranted and { orerin

: Stat,. Tuition in English branches Dot included in the suck an application to the hair and scalp all ii calculated day of May, A. D. 1855i ProvMfd, That a copy or fcrn .
.:' Brao act tit tbe Legislator* of tlia State the Institat"ha above, $12. to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state. this order be published in some newspaper printed In -November, 1 II

I :1 re fed'trcma tba..otn.rAl Government 140 THOMjfe HAYWARD. IntenJtnt. From the Editor of fits Real Estate Adotrtitrr 27 Tallahassee for the space of three month" before tbe DR. 1rrft Iraaa._..

: Os,Jet Moskets and accoutrements and a field Battery April 28, 1855. 17 School-Street. day appointed for raid hearing. : lhenrort.t.&

: ; ..- cgtinofr rft round Bran piece*and two I I.i BOSTOJ, March 20, *64. Chambers, Feb. 1, 1855.J. Hom Count. IINI" '

.' twelve ponder Hpwitier. .. ; A. PERRY AMAKER, Prof. Wood: Dear Sir-Having: become WAYLES BAKER, Judge at the ; VIed It ept ia'
The Saperintend aod the Commandant are grad.'Ii.t prematurely Eeb. a. 18M. 6-.3m. OFFICE Usery
--ii' of
'lTO'NIY .
A AT LAW I was indnced. weeks
quite gray sums since to ..
uates of West Total, and u both cf them have dti' t 0 -- 1856. it is i ree -M
( make trial af hair restorative. I have used less April
tOtlg'upm. a* Ofl cr* and Teacher the public TALLAHASSEE, FLA. your Florida Hotel District S.C .\Ii "l"
; than two bottles, but tbo hairs hare all
j r. be aMiored that the government disciplbe and May 21. 1853. 20 gray disappeared uesit ..thi b -
z' may ; and although my hair baa not fully attained MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY.

i I.i.; e .e.c.htudt cf tbe InsUtotiov'wiU- .i strictly enforeed. -I. D. P. HOLLAND, going original tin and color I have yet the great process hopes of that -short is gradually time THE undersigned give notice to tbe pub SIX MONTHS, oJ the Negro W.ft man to bis,;io Be 1J, j.
TtKMS.TS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, hair will be dark I A. :I, that he baa refitted .the Hotel! b with o ataeage of tar-
my as as formerly. have also been ed, late of{eon
,t.,4. an. Boa/d, Washing Fuel Lights, Husic and tyniney Florida, much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of Mnutieello, fonaerly'kept by Capt. New- and vouchers< to ,Wbow.rlUffed'
.. '
all ,ether contingent expenm, f fi will be to visitors 13th .. .
I" rn rtrepnred receive by
b practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir the hair' which before was harsh and dry and it has County,and ask to
.. advance Jl 12 60.
} ; b WILL ceased of November. The home is now in thorough repair. "bear of tint Medlcku
iL, and of Jackson and Franklvn Counties. to come out as formerly.Respectfully EDWARD
.8argeooa tee per annwu.'S.OO and will be so managed 1 as to promote the comfort of {. low a report uf tbuar-
.. P. dssunng farther information can olitain a October, 1S52. 42 tf yours, D. C. M. RUFF. and ,boarders. Attached April 14, 18-55. !
r 'on* guests are good stables, ..the:.Westera and
of the Regulations by addre the Snpernteod CHICAGO, May 1, 54.-I have used Prof. Wood's where
og attention is
J eopy WILLIAM SCOTT every paid to borsos. Term. a* States** wodd tavite tt
d* t, or any member of the Board of Truitw.4i I I Hair Restorative to a decided 1 advantage. It preventsthe moderate ns at any other Hotel in the country. A the pniphlct which,

... ', ANDREW J. HANSELL -Sec'y. ATTORNEY AT LAW, hair from coming out, gives it a gloss and softness share of custom is respectfully solicited. IS hereby given all,'wt saUr; hope IftOtI1-Wt

ici; Marietta: Oa.ay19. 1865. 2Q-3m HONTICELLO, FLA. very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have BLESS. eral Assembly ; ;

t July 80. U 3. 30 t t jan entirely dinappesred. Others of my family have usedit Montioello, October 28.185.. ly 43 at Tallahassee
f..J*. : Notice. and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professesto made to amend the
rr ;:. ; be. HENRY A. CLAB Michigan Avenue. AGENt'K cola. B. IN.SEASON!
'1 personsin&tbted to the Estate .f James .
.AL"L late of f '00aaty... are here- BREWER & CALDWELL .ao,. woon' OWE.VTAL-BEHATTVI LINIMENT. THE nndersigped. Agent of the above Company 8.a }} :: "wifcb H'daity wtalio-
1 "" to me. Th.. having receive applications for and make insurance ) q yoor throat and ban,
bv required to naksfpajmeut
SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A. CO, This Liniment is valuable .
& auxiliary to the treatment Apalacticola, [ ] dbetwo
l claims against aaid estate are requested to present them against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings CoeonBtks\whw
;1 ... within tbe time prescribed by law, or this notice will GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, of some of tbe most formidable disease with Furniture,Merchandize, .c. remedy:en- be ebUJoed u
; which it is lot to contend Leon
our for instance inflnma-
\ar cf their ; : January 29. 1853. 4 B. 0. LEWIS. "\d.Tw.
4;, .b"7sh&tio retorerv- JVa.20, OLD SLIP.
tion of the luugs and bowels. and
By a thorough con-
'. \ eriff, an Zaltetke
MsylS.1854. 19 ly tinned application of this Liniment over the regions of
, .; ; rx-oficio Adminittrator. the affected organ the otherwise formidable diseasesare JL LEWiS THIS .! e jn.d AIMEW oeue.

,\Z EdronO.LMereh17.1S55. 11Notice. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. at once.disarmed of more.than half their terrors, RESIDENT DENTIST. *will be tub bottle. '
.. :. children and TALLAHASSEE ..FLA.IMIS all wok done with wi bottle :for |5.
particularly .among thousands of moth 8cij
BOXES Window Glass assorted
1 A A sizes 100 All kinds of-work '
',.' era were they allowed to speak, would with all the Artificial[Teeth tbe MuD,
1UU now inserting on
( bdebted the estate of Kegs White Lead, pure extra LL Starling Ooati d 8fttw5>
: :' 4 persons eloquence of feeling and affection,ibear their united a O.
and with
8 barrels Linseed Oil new improved principle,
.'. JParker '.late of Madison County deceased are Shafting Pulley, -
] | wtem
I\ testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children from side to the ; -U
. :.': I. hereby;QUJred'to mike payment to me. Those havl' 20 5 Lard Zinc Oil, from the very jaws of death and restored them other, without seam or crack gums, leaving no one place for the Castings. tc.; also, ,Ag- df s .M| be ad-
Kegs Paint
" claims aid estate are required presrat constantly on hand. .
ing -agsiMt I to their former health and beauty. Again it will be of .
th.m.within the tirae preac-ibed Uw or this notice 20 packsges Fire-proof Paint. (bls. and' T bbls.) lodgment food thereby rendering them perfectly ment will be dooe r'1JlS TalUMMsee.
fuund in
a powerful auxiliary removing what life like, and the contour of the face
; .will 1ae pld b bar of their recovery. 2 barrels Train Oil 1 b.Copal Varnish, known generally restoring original the strength and dui Town In lbs Bootb.
as an Ag"e Cake or ao enlargement of so as to defy detection. He will attend to all callsin
Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retaiL
Sr THOMAS !!. ANDERSON. Sheriff.f Competent T tin
I the ,indeed in all where tbe external .
D. H. AMES. spleen cases application Middle Florida for Full Setta. Those wishing Full _
andtxttflfio Administrator.Madison
.J I November .is 0eenice.thi.. Liniment will be found useful Setts can obtain all information by leLtt'r.lie / Leon .Orrutt. la Cbaa-
a H. Manthl7.. V855. 11 1854. 45 necessary Terms will be *
'fi. .; will b "
warrant, eYe instance satisfaction and cash accepted T- -
s Salt. nor. WOOD'S VEGETABLE MAOIL Lilt ,WLM.BLJBnEi prices.tojuit the tune*. vTennstCaah,or when.called jl&ce. Liberal .
.- : by afiiatH naJU b tLfa
.D.May 80, 63. Prof. O.J. WOODDear: for.June Jraaa.
J.. t .. ,q tacks come and fine Salt Key West Bait ; GROWTH OF 1854. Sir:-As we have used and sees used for a number 24. 1854.WHITE. 25 All letters ( l named dcJeodaaU b the

I':. La.ntng.i 100 Tar ule Liverpool ; RUTA Baga, Flat Turnip Cabbage. Beets. Ac, of years, )our Vegitable Magic life Pills, we are prepared J. M. St&te'or. Florida and out
J' & Florida
.,. : bvMcNAUQHT it ORMO D. received, D. H. AMES.Janaary to recommend them to tbe public as superior SLUSSER March II, 18.1. and b die platte
.'- 13,1865. to all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Copper, ; :lUhard..AbalT
D..23184. 51
:. ,.vb*reside b UM
P. B. ;
which the recommended
/ are : Tin, itfteet Iron, Brillania Jy Japcmtd- 'czre. Blaak wb
% B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis,B. D. Albro, Jacobs retidaa D the
T Tallahassee. ,
4.. : N Establishment in COTTON PLANTERS! I.IIIBI : OedoW, .
Orin Buzzel Susaell Edward Gilber. John
: : Spencer Cooking, Parlor Dod Wood Stoves ;; ( retlSj.
( Subscribers would Mry
respect- 'VV are-Bo'1.1se.
Albro iLucien ;B.Sweet,Elias -R. Sweet John Hacta-
to the citizeus of UST received all trimmed and in complete Eleanor .foelair LrsST
; announce oTALLlHUSEE nIt Nathaniel Gilmore,James H.Pine, Wm.Johnson, J ,
.Tallahaagee, Florida and the ad- FlORIDA Williams order, of the latest improved patterns and ) ; MmryLtittier Gaaeno.
S ; : Johnson G. Lawson C. Farrar, D.Landers.
in'n m? Counties Oorpa, that they have opened a -0 })ao,. WOOD:-Dear .&r:-Having used, and experienced for sale at reduced prices, and will defy competition .TH& ;V lit eerIe or Bieas*.

tI .. CLOCK AND WATCH Shop 'on Monroe Street, To COTTOM PLANTEKS and others of this and the adjoining the effects of your Vegetable Map Life for neatnets, durability and service. ..public 'Conuekr Imbaebaad

j two;]<>ors below Mcrk ipJr" Book Store. where they Countittin Floiidaand Georgia: Pills in my family, I will say that as a family medicine House Work. large Brick Stables who reside b Limps; ADd

wtt-b*ready'at all ttmexto do every description of "XTE,"the undersigned eubscriWrs. return to you they cannot be valued too highly. I have used Roofing, Ornamental Heads for Gutters, Guttering prepared to br the .Western Circuit

.4 work in their line.' Chrooomete1'.I! 11p1u. Patent Lev t' f our most grateful thanks for the very liberal them in several bilious attacks and inflamations, andI Tin conducting Pipes, Sheet Zinc. Sheet Lead. Lead, He also has defendant do sod

,.. er.Cylinder and common.Vertiad and Watches Clocks of repairedaflhc'shertefttBotice patroaage which has been bestowed upon us, through will say that their virtues cannot be too highly appreciated Pipe, Cistern Pumps. Shop Work of every description smith Shop where filed b this appear(Lath

,. ; afeo jobs every your kindnew, ,inf ewe have been engaged in the for in every case they have speedily triumphed done with neatness and deapatob. .Plantation.1Va$. defeodaoU' NH who reni

w: description. "By strict attention' to business, they "are Cotton Storage'W lingand Selling iu(8S iu this pver disease, and hence I feel in duty bound City and Country Merchants find it to their advantage the very best (faired States,'vJtWn rvtr

determined that none all go away ditatifird. city and we again offer'our service the ensuing flea- to recommend all. They operate perfectlyeasy to give them a call before purchasing ele- patch. 'of this order UM de
and for Bale at 6Booth' ;
cfr I N. B. Good work Hone Buggy son at our old stand, and hope that our duty in the producing no uneasy sensation yet their opera- November 6. reside b .Europe within

credit ,, performance of your business heretofore has been so tion is thorough; and I am sal.5ed that nothing more wbe'e.IF N. B. All our articles are manufactured from 5'I .- of,thIs order and
J. 0.HALL d CO.
4 discharged as to secure your patronage and influence ia most cases, is necessary than these valuable pills, the very best material and warranted durable-no in ibe Western drenit

S j March 24. 1665. tf IS in the future. Very lU-epect fully, to perform a speedy and triumphant cnre.Respectfully other will be offered for sale. OLD Otard that poblteatSoo of ,

.! Goods. BROOME t HEIR. Yours. tc, October 21. 18M. 42 Port for tbe'nm abort Haiitd

.. : Spring September 30,1 854. 39 .J. -B. SANQER Madeira, dfeiWaDta above Mined
1' ." THE Subscribers are receiving, per ".Gar ." '0. J. WOOD d GO, For Sale. Sherry, ; & *, and oeee a moatk lot

: ; and other recent arrivals a complete Admlatrator's! Notice. Proprietors 695 Broadwav, New York. small Farms in Wakulla County, containing London Porter for the, sppearanee of ta
4:. assortment Hoods suited! to the Spring and 'Sum 114 I Market Street, SL.Louis.D. 1 FOUR SO acres each with gcod dwellings and Scotch Ale, bo reside b Xotopt.

.-:, .' mer seaooa, consisting i 56 part ,of- ALL persons having demands against tbe estate of H. Ames, Agent,Tallahasaee,*!& out bouses on the same. Enquire at this office. Brandy ,
Loeb. late of deceased '
Jefferson will
Hat& ,- February 10,1855. 6 October 14, 1854 41 Brandy TLJ:8'B AKZB JtxW
::9 .- take notice that they must present them to the undersigned .Guava n", 1m fo,.4 10
Fine Palm Leaf,Canada, French and'Englisa Straw. duly authenticated within the'time prescribed JOHN*' W. EVANS, New Establishment. Currant do.

I Planters Blaek Leghorn. Super.--Panama Misses and by law, or this notice will be plead in bar of Preserved "iCtO..
I. Ladtes Bloomers trenmed aod imt tumed. cuvery; and all persons indebted to said estate are ATTORNEY AT LAW, DYEING SHOP; &,C. -. .

: hereby notified to make immediate) payment to the BAINBBIUGK, GEO "
Clothing,. onderajgeed. E E. BLACKBURN, give prompt attention to all business en undersigned have opened a Dy. Shop in Tal-- ,
-f 4 Sacks. Frocks Paletota' '' nd Pant of Drip dEte] May 12, 1855. 19 8w Administrator. WILL@ to his C8ref>iathe Counties of Thomas THE ., three doors South of the old Union ,- 6TEEET, HEW

i 'Alpacca Queen's Cloth, Caasiinere Planter's Linen. Decatur Baker,iDaogberty,.Calhoun,.Early! and Clay. Bank and are now prepared to execute with dispatch Flavoring A OEOMX LoaYfr ,
-I i. 'Grass and Brown Dora. MaraeillesDoe8kin'Cott n- Administrator's Notice. February 17, 1855. 7 tf and in good style all kinds of, business b their line. SpaoishQlites of SNUFF and TOBAC

:ade,tc. Alo vests SLirU Undenkrt*.Ties,Cravats, They served a long apprenticeship to the trade in English X euIas, a?vies Orrrnrf
montli after Claret
-' SIX date the subscriber, late Sheriff Europe, and thoroughly understand the busbeM, and ,
LONG A GALBRAITII a* above. This astab
". > 'County end ,Ex officio.Administrator of Tobacco.
Shoes and Boots. arepr.epared; to carry it on iu all its departments. i of the kind b the UaiteJ
the estate Jenoette Patterson Havana
County AT FLA.MA. They pretend pot able to make new clothe out
A with fresh deceased, will exhibit hi.accounts and vouetara November 11, 180 .
; complete assortment Together IUpc. before
and color
of old but renovate bats ,
LONG t J. B. GALBRAITH have associ- ones they can cape 1-17
;+ piMf Profisien*; Groee ea. Dry Good- Hardware, thd.HJndgeof.Prbat said County and -
apply( themselves in the practice of Law. They dresses and thoroughly ,cleanse all sorts of clothing,
?; : 'Wood-ware, and notions of all &.. Which we offerS for a'tiual discharge from the administration of said will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme woolens, cottons, linens and.eUks.-ifi.bort, they can Good .
S a1M vsvAhtefms aaid to the i of which estate. ALFRED A. FISHER.
; inspection eo'
Courts and the District Courts of the United extract stains from every kind ol UHh-rtp rwcleari" THE .d jay Fall aW Wfctsr
; -we respectfully invite our very good friend and patron May 5th 1855. 18 6m articles .having
; :i States at Tallahassee. and polish anew, such as usually belongtoJadies's Caartuer.YestkfteX
-, the- Public.- Office opposite the Court House. and gentlemen's to': All their werk will be continuetheFACTOILIGE : aad cnaBty, vUeb I*

:% McNAUOAT 4 ORMOND. Bounty Land Warrants, October, 1854. ly warranted, and they hope by attention to .busineas to & : most!feiMreaH style,is

.1' Newport__ March It. 1855; 11 u st the*>$Jni price, and procered merit the patronage of the community b which they oa.Jya; own account. )se4erjBai!
"' BOUGHT. ur. have i.beir lot. Their terms will be cash and reasonable
$ \ '.. Gn>ceries. H who have not been able to establish m ast .' 1
lit tbeii eUim*. If any have received a leN amount I peJ'8nsindebted to the estate of S. as the time will admIt. Ladies and gentlemen IKLKCTXD TOCX Ot

.(t J Tt8Tr.oeivet pe Wm.R.Pettis from New Orleans, than they were entitled to.Jet. me Haviog ALL are requested to .pay the same Dorothy to the respeclfclly.bvited. to call and examine their .R C CLOTHING
: ; 5 bbl 1a. Flour, ,
soperfine work
.t had fourteen years experience in the prosecution and undersigned sad those having ewm.t.u, them
4 O'f* extra family Flour, present 20 55. FRAOTZ jXREMMER 4 CO. rb'O..uJl A suitable for wmtrr wear
"' settling ot Government chums,I understand fuJI, the for payment within two from this date this May ;
years or Gocsci
:; .--. .. .)' 6bbd&spg.r- way anew mean pf getting through the various Departments notice will be plead in bar of their Coals, Vests, Pasts Ae,b,
,... 45 Side. at Washington. 1 have la'm v possession GEORGE ANDERSON recovery.J. Adm'ttr. ExQCUtor'a Notice. Char1 ton.S at low price*

-:4: ;. .S .: : : -5 .", Sboolden.Jl record evidence of 286 Florida 87 Alabama, 120 April 28, 1855. 8w ,17 persons having claim or demand against or and Fancy Shirt OoBan.

-.c ;PlabHasu, Georgia besides South'CarcJioa and Tennessee Muster ALL> interested in the eetate of Matthew J. *, Hosiery;&.,Ac.

:: : fi' tierce* Sugar cured do. Roll of persons engaged in Florida'War. 11 f you .Painting.MR. Allen lately deceased wb *Jber as creditor, legatee THE undersigned mr4.1I'iD-
; I 40 bblaTWhUtey! in call a aUlhe above ar
have any Quarter Master, Pension or Bounty Land distributees, hereby r'equiredto present them a *
:10 Molatse, H. HARRIS offer his totLe .-iticens or are ( with a94fi i
servtoes .great eat
'. Claims call la. No charge if I obtain no money.C. to the undersigned, executor of the latwill and tea-
''!L: .} .1Q" Me** Pork. ,, H. BLOOD. this place and country *as a Paintai. He is lament of said deceased, or to Archer ;'; ,1 b s..Isc..reured N. B. Person with unsettled bosire with himself prepared to do work iu that hue of every desaiption, attorneys within two from thisdat joE.L&ToMVL:
;. .' -* onpet and io such a style as cannot fail to give satisfac years TJNDEB '-4Sl _
: or A. Richardson are invjed to call without delay at or this notice will be pleaded b bar of their recovery;
6 M beet Spanish Began, tion. Applications can be left at Mr. Pratonous
'f. my office (over Messrs.B\:ttoa. WbiUker's SKre) and all persons indebted to said estate will please t R DJY-GOODS') '
: O01hebest'RolI'Butter'i in Tallahassee. Fla. -Store or ZucktrVHarueM Shop. make immediate l) } .

"S For sale by. BERP.T ROWLE3. 1ST BOCNTT LaNDS Act of March 2,1855.-Agents February 24, 1855. 2m -8 payment'JiOBERT G. ALLEN Executor. : : DR'rt :$

!,. .March .II. 1855. 13 who prepare cases sent to our address,will be charged Notice. April 21,1855. 8wBlaoksmithlng. 14 aTJ1UB.Y o r l,.tHtottsp a/Ooodf,
'1: i .. :-. 1, only 12 for increase and f 4 for new cases for our fee, : (
-L Xocian M. Folsom,Comp't ) Leon Circuit Court for procuring their Warrant Fonn*'and Records SIX month after date the undersigned executor of i IrWI tJ

.; M. V In Chancery.CUxaWth on hand. the estate of Mile Potter, deceased, late ofWashington they.wilt keep a. Blth4wd .Doeaeat$

: .' aCFolsoca DetdV) for.Djvorce. C. H. BLOOD. TALLABIMKX, FLA. County will present his final account and A TTACHED to my Livery. dee appertaining! to ;'

-. ,?; TTvppecriog: to the satisfaction of the Court that ALEX..H.; .BVAKS.vbCO,W.UBWOTOW, D. C. voucher and-ask to be discharged.from,ibe-s me.SHARPLESS :11. StabUk a BUcksrnitu Shop the pabooage of Aaat.J- .

.r, JL the chore named defendant. Elizabeth M. Folaotn, March 31, 1855. 13 ; mIn 'HVAtfS, which all kbd*of work apper-,, Oardioa.Kt lpes, .
-s; >tiste! .t.f the State of i* prderedttbat 'February 8, 1855 66mNotloe taming to that short Latowrs _

;: a Jieariag on the fact oIwpIin aaid.bill be day of Aogost xt'MW: : Provided Chancery shop in H.
.. that arovpy.of this order bwpobliebed ill eome De. William Marvin, 1M. 'i THE Stockholders b the Tallahassee,Railroad are PloughsScooters, Rod, .device. :Heel (Tap : : .., f7 I .

't paper:tnuted m AaUabctaee for the space of three I.On notified rUiatao election at Riugs and Iron Wedge, kept ready.made; and. on- i1 iM" ;. ..4k'a _

il BoeAb bebra the day.appointed for aid hearing. Rwhsid fl. Bradford, Adm'r. f IBiIl. the office of the Cbmpaay in Tallahassee;**.Wednes- stautly on hand. .Tbia will anVd .. ''" an opportnity .: tbIr ; -.

i. At :aa 4- J.;"WATLES. BAKER 'ofLeigb'&sd. 4c. J PersetUing be day,-27th June next;for seven Directors to managethe .to typply ibcBuelre withoibds1jed.JanuaqIL1$35. Willum '0. Miner, ; : ,
.-' ;.wsy 1..1W. tOe_ _._ JadV. ." And aflkir* of said affair of the Company ( .year from that .' cJ.a oaae4 are hereby G.uij f"
.j _
14 Richard H.Bradford, Estate. date t' _--.I.dem.nd.a.wi't..o I J!

.*>*. .4. ., ,rkp1IT4Cth' Ae.t>f Leigh Read Qo EDWARD HOU8TOUN, Prettdent. totheuad & ;
... ,. 1 C1. 'A'ND.8HIfJPINO'BUSINESS indebted
I Adm.r'l March 17, 1858. tde 11 Sect copy. STORING all persoo*
ci .&bt eZZtNiECORN Wi11iKarli; :,
\ tad to i make jaaai> -
? b. 1 g-A"1.: ,; ,y"I Sobecriber. These BeHey od .hi* -BiU- New Boot and Shoe Store. AT RXWFOBT, ,41l&4*iD ;' :

:. .Ja MoVia ny throngh tti re- other* ... 'nm=_!gnod aUHwriw titeaberabaabeM.1J tJe&a9D...* "

i.,. .. erpI$of:Georgk,.adfire {wrfeetaattfiUCjpabuttal > IT*portoan ''of a'decree of the Boo Jndge of lk 1 THE undersigned take pleaure.b bformbj b all UsbraMbc. iBuild-Dgt veil atoolatd- for. tf "
aod'tbariMJP.LAPDS. customers and friends OfOIW.LSIsh. Qgltr.iD. LADII.ewport,84ptznberl$14.
$ f"i tg; CD\Court cude to th
*> day.f.fsxnar '
and the Dublip tbat bav .t* I JI ,
generally, tbej *bought ( .
.IJtl'J POWf apit. lW .the t 10' '
; eae*(4CeSaId,1to IIIr .
eill' .aocke : 5m _
: ; 1i
I. his -
out Bootjind Shoe Store and .
: tp itap; all ATA .ready'to-.n. .., :
bariQltlait '
to >,. '. to flle-theraa for 4i'1-t I-.wa far of Lelgb'Read op the beat kbd of work.Ip li r,line.::;All.1..Wa : .'sE4SB: 4a .\ 2" 50l'theM : ..dIU: :' ,vi l
payment a -
a*the assets ..
r.: workdoue ,will do wsU to call. .Th ; rant
f', ." of said estate win extend wrtbb lIIs'monthe from this anytbcWwprk : .wj J.Dr1iC "I OI32 ;. : i 1_
tob road. Jt s :
ahw .cap I ., fit ; (Ja uLcL. ;If date that n1 I of
) .f. a .upo.Itlt tbe.aam be *.
; bid %
.o.- may )4I..41
: .. .. .. wbere.dM.. :.They have. a4od.the.t..aI .J cr.f OULD'tatonD their cW0I&b po.UJat : '_ .tc
4S ..V''. .IIt and the adtabuttatorrsleaagd; Irem. akiadaibutra- .
jl''l ;"'. '.t- i'---y--: .s .. Freochealf-.YiD sad English BoleLeatberTand offer W .aeao.tmeetotsuc -
f OO..baD4I.
they hare
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"GtIIOII.lI't'WiYork'., ",. -ARCHED Ja, afrt, ? M.AP. BUPP., ,' 'Tb'r 14.
r and reeeivfav'rardarry fmb'wppUea 1
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baprofeMka. *" ;
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