The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
July 7, 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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.1" V 'AVTROBlTt. each for'the entire service, twenty-four thousand I dollars per annum, in addition to his'salary cartagelaod storing / pensation : gress ye .. '

'BY. dollars Provided, That this sum shall include .: 'as clerk of class four: Provided, That the increased port* ion of paper, five hundred and vert.isingand other contingent expenses, i iso and hnndred and flfty've. [
; dollars. be mit- .1' SEC. 24. And be It : t'U
hereby allowed the chief clerk 'thuchasmay required purchase foe eadt'atbe
OPTHElmiTED salary
t LAWS: STATES. what has already been paid to either of V
under the said convention. shall be construed to t-tko effect from the For'compensation of the surveyor generalof'Vuhington'Territory able sites for said buildings,.be and the same tenthsectlonofthi i

them hundred and three ; and the clerk in. are hereby appropriated for the parpose.aforesaid ASia fyt tbe eonllageut
That the Secretary of State causo tho accounts first of July, eighteen fifty ) oat snd' *
: [ ] hie'office dol. the of tho and ( I
late d and be paid accordingly.Sen. seven thousand five hundred out of any. money in ,treasury,:flot ses : V

Territory,of Washington.-For compensation United Joseph States Eve to deceased the late Republic charge of : 5. And be it further enacted, That lars.That otherwise ,appropriated : Provided, That no ling, treaty 8 ip11t.! 'with t! .Taripoil i Indian .

of chief justice two associate judges and of tho the tract so to be selected and Bet the provisions of the act of february, money hereby appropriated shall be used or tribes, 'tirj first"eSgbteenhundred'ant ;
the a1)Art
secretary three thousand five hundred and four Texas, to be audited and of adjusted the by there upon shall be erected, under the dhoctior. of twenty sixth, eighteen .[hundred] and fifty applied; for.the; purposes mentioned, until a fifty ioor'i) 'into'ifffc'l V

dollar and eleven"cents. proper accounting officers government be the Secretary of the Trvasury, a marine ho& three, "to regulate the fees and' costs to'b valid title, to the land for the site'or such buildings by paying tevluton.ascertainedaod te- ,

_. Territory ol Minnesota.-For compensation and that the amount found due of thereon said pital! for said district, of faced brick exterior allowed clerks marshals ann attorneys 1)fthe in i such case, shall be vested in i the, ported,by AIe and ,&! y,.and :

of obtef justice and two associate judges, six paid to Betsey W. Eve, widow in the treasury paid-. walls, upon a hammered granite underpinning, circuit and district courts of the United States United States, and until the State shall also other; official asaessorn/ .ordered/ .. 1commlsoner

!hundred dollars.\ Joseph Eve, out of any money iud for other release and relinquish to the United | bt
one hundred and forty ft'cHong, fifty two I feet purposes, are hereby extended duly unde.t"Cerke.ty

Territory of Utah.-For compensation of not otherwise appropriated.For of the court of deep in the .centre, and one hnnJred feet deep to the Territories of ,Minnesota New Mexico States the light to tax, or in any way,ass ss :. ''tiry
of three judges
thief justice two associate judges, and secretary salaries thousand dollars. at the wings, and forty five feet high [rem aDd Utah, as fully, in all particulars, as they said site, or the property of the United,States hundred and thirty i ; with tnt .

and two thousand three hnndred dollar claims, twelve of solicitor of said court, three top of entrance "story'floor tho eave, with would be had the word U Territories" been that may be thereon during the.time that i the said valuations leapectireiy froni t dl ol

I *.,' i For salary hundred dollars. verandahs to each story on each side between inserted in the sixth line after the word< United States shall be or remain the owner 'he said comrnissiour orders (01.i '

*. For contingent expenses of the Territory ofUtab thousand For salarise five of the two clerks, three thou- the wings, and on each end of the States," and the same had read, in the several thereof. ment; and that "the Secretary: of the '

one thousand one ,hundred and six
V eight dollar and thirty seven eents, to discharge For of said court, two equal to the proceeds of die sale hereinafter! ted Slat;?." the proper accounting officers of the treasury awards as are ou j"miS'peutively

inch sums as the accounting officers, contingent expenses directed, is hereby appropriated.Sec. For surveys in California, Oregon, \VaJh. of the United Slates, be untl ilivj ara Innlf as may b bLe ty problP'of

subject to tho approval of the Secretary of thousand dollars. solicitor and 0. And be it further enacted, Thata ington, New Mexico, Kansas, and Aebras authorized and required to the credit vjUuo, ojiti;* !<>tnrjr, I> |, pay. din* *
For the salaries of the judges, ..
the Interior, may deem to have been necessarily the land heretofore For sur.eying the public lands and private retary of the Territory of Minnesota, in 1 the same. | l
clerks of said court and for other expenses tract of ten acres of land of his accounts with the of For taking and relaying ,and renewing'
expended by the executive of said Territory the Untied States for the claims in California, including office
daring the years one thousand eight'hundred thereof prior to the first day of July, eighteen purchased of the by naval at Chelsea 31sachusetts pur.. incideut to the aurvey of claims, andto eight hundred and eighty five dollars, the amount si much as has was away a ttara>w6r
hospital ,
hundred and fifty five, or so much thereof as poses tho said for along af; contiguous! i fa
and three and be disbursed by secretary collating
fifty two. fifty fifty bo selected and set under at the rates prescribed by law paid Ffeent
and live thousand dol apart
be south of the President's
may required, for the different and superintending the printing oC the grounds .
kinds ,
four. the direction of the President of the United of woik, one hundredand indexing publo V ."
of New Mexico.-For lars.For fifty thousand dollars. the statutes of said for the three dolUrs.SEC. ., *
Tesritory compen- Territory yeas
the United States Stajes, for the use of the mal ne hospital of
outfit of mintiser And in ( That 1
25. enacted.
and nine bun-
hundred eighteen
sation of governor, chief justice, two associate the district of Boston and Charlestown.SEC. For rent of surveyor general's office In eighteen forty b Qe '
judges and secretary two thousand eight i to Spain, nine thousand dollars. I California, purchase of instrument records dred and fifty one, eighteen hundred and fifty the first assistant tbe Patent.Office
I 7. And bo it further enacted, ThSt 1 the ,
For outfit of des affaires minister p4
dollars. charges or three and for arranging indexing and in part; shall be rated as of the fourth.class'ot
hundred drawing materials, furniture fuel, and oJ ;
of tho is authorized pay
Secretary Treasury hereby '
resident to New Granada, four thousand and the second assistant examiners
Support of the Array.-For clothing forth messengers eighteen thousand dollars. reporting the decisions of the supreme court clerks
sell and the land with t the
*army, camp and garrison equipage, and five hundred dollars. buildings thereon convey belonging to tho United For continuing the surveys of standard of said Territory under jouint resolution of machinist and librarian, and *.of the thin

hone equipments, one hundred ando twenty For expenses of depositing public moneys parallels in Oregon, over the coast of the legislative assembly of said Territory, pas. el 8B .

five thousand and sixty nine dollars and three by receivers dollars.of public moneys forty one thousand States Chelsea, now, as occupied may seem as the to be marine most hospitalat advantageous mountains to the Pacific, estimated range at one sed in the year eighteen hundred and fifty That and Secretary of the Treaur ba authorized -"'

cents. the United States and he i is here. hundred and fifty miles, three thousand do!. three. required to stte adjust the accounts -
to *
For salaries and commissions of registersof ; of John Adair of :
Mint at Philadelphia.-For increased compensation lars. SEC. 19. And be it farther enacted Tat coleotr customs

of clerks; by the thirteenth section land offices, and receivera of public money by the empowered to the to execute valid title deeds and oL I Ithat. This clause to take effect from and after the proper accounting officer of the Depa Astoria, Oregon upon and equitable principles !t.'>

of fourth hundred one hundred and ten thousand dollars. same purchaser purchasers; the Interior be authorized and derc taking' into consideration the .
of act August, tighteeen .the of such sales shall be the date of said act, and the accounting offi.c ment of prcu.lar
and fifty'four three thousand dollars. For incidental expenses of the several land proceeds rs will settle the accounts within its ted to audit and settle the claim of John Ran. circumstances of the eau :;
offices, eleven thousand dollars. into the treasury of the United States. purview 2G. And be it enacted .That
I Fot supplying deficiency in the appropiia- accordingly.For dom deceased a friendly Creek Indian ((of SEC. Jarer ,
SEC. 8. And be it further enacted That the!
To enable the Clerk of the House of Representative there shall be to of
lion in the current fiscal year made for the the building of a light house on the the half blood,) for losses sustained and property paid : IUrOOg.ner
the second of
contained in section
i mint in Philadelphia 'thirty seven thousand to purchase for tho new members provisions government reservation at Minnesota Point by the hostile Creek Indians, In war of New Mexico, and the ofcer emploIe der i ihim.
the entitled An act
act making appropria.tions "
and New York
from Virginia, Kentucky, .
dollars if so much be necessary. near the head of Lake Superior in the Territory eighteen hundred and fourteen,in such manner .
and the delegates from Kansas and Nebraskathe for tho civil and diplomatic expenses of SEC. And be it further *
and 27. That
For supplying deficiency in the appropriatipa of Minnesota, and fifteen thousand and upon such terms as may just enlce <
same books as have been furnished tho the; government, approved the seventeenth ascertain in accordance wjth the Menonjinee '
in the current fiscal year for the branch dollars. equitable ; the when so -
other members of the House of day of June, eighteen hundred and forty four, amount t *,
present Rep. Indians to the President and
six thousand dollars in the trensu
( mint'in San Francisco sixty And for the construction of two light hou. to be paid out ofany money Cgn. V
be be carried into effect in all !
resentative thousand four hundred and required to
seven par. to the heirs and dated the fourth of October,
much be
if otherwise
so necessary. in California not appropriated
ses one at Crescent City, and oUr
ticulars act in conflict therewith e
fifty two dollars. any being and four and executed
said John Randon
For increased compensation of tho chief legal of the fifty ,
one at Trinity Bay, fifteen thousand dollars representatives
For the of the Houseof hereby repealed and all estimates for the
clerk.of the branch mint at New Orleans by contingent expenses compensation of; officers of the each, should the Secretary of the Treasury Provided, That the amount 8hl not exce sil of the nation, the Secretary of the TrA-

the thirteenth section of tko #Cl of fourth of Representatives :- government decide that said light houses were the sum of five thousand ry pay Richard W. 'mp ou qt aihy ,
authorized law to be shall be necessary
For stationery for members four thousandnine by employed the ji
.August eighteen hundred and fifty four, four alter examination and twenty five dollars. try ,o' approipriated ; '
hundred and ten dollars; and that the based upon the expressed provisions of law, proper surveys. .
And it further enacted one o stipulated
dollars. be ,
hundred SEC 20.
And te in
SEC. 13. be it further enacted That Tat
members of the House for and not tho authority executive distribution ,
allowance the -
For construction of new roof to branch to upon franklin, in tho collection district of Paso del there shall be appointed a consul sid memorial, and in an 'agreement of*afdtndianswith / ;
session shall be five dollars in- thereof and the aot, and section
present thirty ; said Thompson dated fifte'nfh- *
mint at Charlotte, North Carolina, eight reside in the British North America proviiinces
S'orte, Texas, be and the same is hereby t
the with the volume and
authorizing same, '
dead of twenty five dollars, as hereto. thousand dollars of eighteen hundred
of four February, fifty one !
thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. wad the port of entry for said district, i instead with a salary
where such authority be found, shall
page may of four thousand br his services as lor said Indiana
.-For additional and the sum attorney
Independent fore.For annum
of Froatera and the collector reasiJe per
compensation of the assistant treasurer at miscellaneous items, tea thousand dol be> cited iu each and all estimates rcspeively. < thereat. ; dollars hereby appropriated for that oljcct -I bb prosecution of a claim ia IhWr, behalf for rT;
I iflii
i idditioual 1 for lands eeJed' i
New York, two thousand dollars. comosnsation by
lars.For for houses the SEC. 9. And be further enacted, That the SEC. 14. And be it farther enacted, That United '
:, For additional compensation of clerk to oil light being difference made Fo r compensation of a translator lathe them to'tlie & by the'treaty of !

treasurer of mint at Philadelphia, as deposits between the estimated and the actual roper{ accounting officers of the treasury be, treaties Indian during the present Congress, oSce of the general New Mexico eighteen hundred andfiaty* .eight, and that j,
with the tribes, and those to be madein surveyor
act fourth eighteen hundred cost of that article, eighty two thousand and and they are hereby, authorized and requiredto thousand the sum so paid be deducted: from tin sanou"
ry, per August future shall be the laws and two dolar.
credit T. Butler late collector and published as
and fitfyfuur, five Jiundred dollars. thirty four dollars aud seventeen cents. King, For base, merit ties when due aQd payable,that are to.V.paid-
other treaties in the of surveying necessary
such States
Custom-Ilonses.-For furnishing the CUB, For compensation commissioner prov: depositary at San Francisco, in the sum i 01 newspapers ian, parallels, and section ln i in to the said Indians nnderthe tgeatf'of:th :
: and Territories the oftho lutei
lom-hhuse, post-onioe, and! United State; ded in the first article of the reciprocity treaty twelve thousand eight hundred and twenty as Secretary stnna also outlines twelfth; of.May, eighteen and tffty four, and

court-room, at Bangor, Maine, one thousand with Great Britain, and two thousand do!!- four dollars and ninety tight cents, being the or> may think expedient.That Kansa Nebrk, and one thoi ho amendment thereto. c ".' J .'
tho an hundrc
in settlement of the accounts of resations
of to have been lost '
lars. amount money proved : For of the
five hundred dollars for each, four sand rebuildiog'and repairs boHding 1
thousand five hundred dollars; tde For repairs of Fort Madison, Annapolis by the.destruction of the custom house bui Eo F. Beak, late superintendent of Indian at- dolars of general's office i in for the branch mfut; at New Orleans, fifty five J

t 'for the cnstom-houst! to be expended appropriation harbor, Maryland, ten thousand six hundred (hug[ and vault at San Francisco, by the tire airs in California, the accounting officers 4 r '..*
be authorized
the to allow him the
under the direction/of the Secretary of tt-i dollars. ofIn), eighteen hundred and fifty one. treasury a. and other incidental expenses, six thousand Fpr the erpcjiop pTa .hUdjX.4I court
and other incidetal I SEC. 10. And be it further enacted, Tin mount actually paid to an interpreter, during
: Treasury; that for ihs post-office, under the For boats expenses connected : ; : iollars. house, post office, and other pdplfc porpossea ,
with tho duties of the commissioner there shall be appointed and paid in the mar the! years eighteen huudrpd! and fifty three, ,
Postmaster-General the of the off at Indianapolis, Indiana, and fifty thooaad
; and that for the courtroom For continuing survey ,
and key
and four
under the Secretary of the Interior. provided in the first article of the reciprocity lIer> now provided by law, four principal e; eighteen fifty upon pro. he: coast of Florida, by the dollars. ". .. --'- ">v
vouchers thereof.
treatwith Great Liritiau three thousand dolais. !- aminers and four assistant examiners of ducing satisfactory .
For the completion of the custom house nt ps coast thirty thousand dolar SEC. 28. And be it.JQrtJ, enacted, That .
lo. And be it
SKC. further enacted That
San tents, in addition to the cxamiug force now ; survey the to enable the President 6f .thcu United States' J Jto
Francisco California
one hundred and For continuing survey of
V thousand two hundred and seventy For completing the publications of the authorized by law, to be so employed in the the sum of seven hundred and sixty fivo do!- the coast of California, forty thousand contract with Hiram Powers, iO"
works of tho Patent Office and should the necessiiics 01 lars, the balance of two thousand two hun. ,
one thousand two hundred and exploring expedition, twenty ; lars. of art. executed ,or, to be, exeCdted by ,
V scvetity-on uiiio thousand three hundred and do!. the service, in the estimation of the dred dollars directed tcj be pain James 1 F.
dollars and nine cents.Miscellaneons.To. twenty public For the reimbursement of tbe Patent Of.; him, and.suitable for tbejonuraent. of the Capitol ---
Commissioner of Patents additional Miller, and Pyne y oh te mah, or either lar require
: any not exceeding five thousand
complete the pei ten. fice fund for moneys heretofore paic out by : a sum twenty -
enable tho Committee- the force to that herein them, by tho Senate amendment to the treaty "' .
tiary in Utah Territory, twelve thousand dolLars. To Library examining provided appropriations of acts of Congress, for seeds d oars. \ .f' t :
to pay to William 11. Powell two thousand : previous to the next session of Congress with the Miania Indians, made in August: and the collection of agricultural statistics: SEC. 29. And be it farther Vj ft ctc?, That V

Fxo lighting and ventilating tho dollars, in full for the picture painted by him there may also bo appointed awl paid in the eighteen hundred and fifty four, be, and the forty thousand ann seventy eight dollars and the Secretary.of the Treascry !be .attthoriudto .

; story of the Treasury building and for giving upper for the United States, in addition to the sum manner now provided by law, in addition to line is hereby, directed to bo paid to the said seventy. eight ennts, to be paid out of any sell the United States court house aad,th :

additional security to treasury vault, twenty heietofore appropriated by Jaw. the foregoing, not exceeding two principal liller and Pyne y oh te man, out of any moneys iu the treasury not otherwise appro. water lot belonging to the. United:'State*, at

,: four thousand six hundred and forty doHars. And the accounting officers ofthe treasury and two asbis-ant: pxaminors, who shall not moneys in the treasury not otherwise appro. priated.For etroirt) Michigan on. which the custom house

I To render the mint at Philadelphia fireproof arc hereby directed to settle and pay the account not so continue to bo employed subsequent pri tod. filling up and draining the grounds i in post office and court house wai directed
of C. W. liinman third assistant librarian the of said next session of Congress To pay this amount for interest due to the
and to give addiiienal security to the to expiration ho vicintty of the national greenhouses constructed under the provisions oftheweend ,

I fuuds deposited in its vaults, ouo hundred from the first day of July, eighteen huu I without further provision of law. Chickasaws, at therate of five per cent. per known: the Botanic Garden; and for wal. section of the act approved fifth [oaitlrl.

imp t\venty-five thousand dollars. dred and fifty four, at the rate of hftueu hundred That the second section of tho act of annum, iu pursuance of the treaty of eighteen will 8) birick tho creek which passes through August, eighteen hundred an4.fifty .ro r'i.and.

To enable the Secretary of Stole to to dollars per annum. thirty first August, eighteen hundred and fiLty hundred and thirty two, on the sum of one. lng same, twelve thousand dolUrs.. I to apply so much of the proceeds as ma.t bo ..
pay and twelve thousand do]
Messrs. Little, Brown and Company, for one For the erection of a suitable house for the two, which provides that the clerks mesngers forty two SEC. 21. And be it further enacted, That necessary to the purcbasp. ofa, 'euIiab14 sHe.for .

hundred and ninety-seven pages of additional; plants recently brought from Japan for the< ; watchmen, and laborers, employee irs and ninety nine cents, improperly charged the! sum of twenty five thouaand dollars bend > said, .boUdtng as is IhefeYn proVldeii 'forj

post-office routes in the pamphlet volume ot! United States, fifteen hundred dollars, to be at': an anuual salary, or in temporary positions : to said nation, according to the decision the same is hereby appropriated out of and'oll which the Secretary and ofth Trea-- 4 ,.
under the direction of the Cominis in the Executive and Legislative Department I of the proper accounting officers of the treasury '
and is authorized
the United States Statutes at Large, first session expended any money in the treasury not otherwise sury to erect and said trail--
sioner of Public Buildings.For of f the Government in the City of \Vashing from the first September eighteen hun. .
the ofsix ding. "
of the appropriated, to necssary expenses ,
thirty-third Congress, four thousand dred and until the ninth March! pay .T.i / : :
one hundred aud twenty five dollars. the support of tho public greenhouses, ton, whoso annual compensation does not thirty seven, companies of volunteers called into the For f fillipg5 treaty witulho 4h3ew .In-.

To defray expenses incurred, and to be incurred including the pay of horticulturalist and assiskmts exceed twelve hundred dollars, shall, in addition eighteen nine hundred hundred and and fifty, seventy dollars aud two twen thousand service of tho United States, by Brig idie diane negotiated February Iwehty 'second,.

in complying with the resolution of three thousand dollars. thereto, be allowed au increase compel sixty General Smith, in the State Texas, to bpaid < eighteen hundred.and fifty fire,'<6rro hundred ,

i the House Representatives, twenty sixth To enable the Commissioner of Public sation of twenty percent.," shall be construed t LI five cents. under the dieection ot the Secretary 'of ''lI.nd ninety seven thopsarwl!, two hundred and

December, one thousand eight hundred and Buildings to provide additional furnnces fer to> include tfce principal clerk at the National SEC. 16. And be it further enacted, That far. 1'lity'six'dolLars and sixty sjx-cetU., .. tt

,, fifty four, five thousand dollars. the Library of Congress, one thousand dolLars. Observatory at Washington ; and that hereaf the Secretaty of the Treasury be, and he is ; That the President be authorized to appoint For,!fulfiling treaties:with the \Wiunebagoesir -

To, enable the Secretary of the state to pa.v ter the salary of said clerk shall be fifteen instructed hereby authorized the and directed buildingsAt to cause:- to be during the recess of Congress to up nominated articles.of Jw l\tY.seventh February eigheu V

BlIthe and,Company, of Port Louis, in the To construct suitable iron railings in frout hundred dollars per annum. following Island t the Senate for confirmation at the next te hundred aud.fifty five, Seventy tlireethou- -
for tho t
;: island Mauritius, *tho amount of two bills of the alcoves of the library, and other repairs And one thousand six hundred and ninatysix Bristol, Rhode house and accommodation of.fice -. session, tho_register and receiver of the land sand .s"''en hundred dollars .. t V
exchange drawn upon. tho Department of ia addition to the balande of appropriations dollars and fifteen cents to supply a deti- post office for the Umpqua .I land district, (lu. the For fulfil'ingthe! articles with the U npquas.
of brick with
State{ by George M. Fanmm, commercialL- unexpended for the repvirs of the Con cjency in the appropriation for buiidng four ; a building fire prooof Territory of Oregon, established by the actof and Calapooias of the.:..Uinpqua Vaky Or..
gressional Library, under tho direction of the steam dredge boats, in use by the War Detriment floors, constructed of iron beams, and brickIron :I.. Iand ._J-j. 0-- _',T-:.-3?--,i "LI' Z1'luwr Ig'h) VU..

gent; in payment of the expenses incurred in architect, three thousand fiye hundred dol! on Lakes*" Champlain," Erie," ; roof, shutters. sills. &c., twenty fivo AwJ February fifty live,avPllpnt tke ct on the seventeenth ?indied and fifty( ,four twenty three thousatfd
destitute {
relieving American citizens, which feet to cost not'more '
lars. Michigan," and Ontario, to be applied for tx thirty and twenty high of May, eighteca hundred and fity nine hundred and eitydolfAiv.r.i'C"V;
drafts cashed said and Compaoy I, thousand live hundred dolrs. '
were Blythe
by -
than twelve For the articles J Norem.
thousand SJEC. 3. And bc it further enacted, That aterials, machinery, tools, and labor t furnis- fulflllmg negotlattd -I
t seven eight hundred and fifty 1a. further enacted Thatthe her eighteeoth,' eighteen i hutidred and
And be it fifty
and the salaries to which envoys extraordinary hell in painting said boats. EC. 22. ,
dollars .
lour ,fifty cents.For At Pensacola Florida fur the accommodation the Interior be authorized, four, with certain bands -of Chafta Sfoton ,, Ip
: and ministers plenipoteniiary shall be entitled SEC. 11. And be it further enacted, That Secretary of ;:: .

regular professional and ordinary cervices official additional duties to his ou the first July, eighteen hundred and fifty the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he ishereby. of the custum house post office, and in his discretion, the employment of tempo- and UmquaIndn thirtrlbo ',tbmsand. sot-
rendered United States court, a building of like mate. hundred! and ,
of Indian aflairs do/lars
jibe United States for fife, may be allowed to such as may be in authorized to cause to be constructedthe rary clerks by superintendents en eighty J': :.. s
attorney the north- feet and feetbigh '
tints thirty five by fifty forty such For Rortfl;Jtj"er.In.
and fulfilltn-'treatywkh
for periods'time
r'di trict of California, behalf office on that day without reappointment, nor fellowing buildings : on such occnion .
on of the than five thousand x'tSi l wr tiv
not thirty diana :
cost more
Untied States, io the district court of San hall( such envoys extraordinary and minis- At Burlington, Vermot, a marine hospital to of as he may del'necessry to the puc. perartictea eGth r.'d
take wtih than thirty five thousand dollars. 'service is hereby teen hundrud ami fifty folir to'.tL .
Francisco in appeals from the land commisfUoner ten plenipotentiary be required to to cost not more | ; 'porpl
Cleveland Ohio for the .
.to ascertain and settle the hem secretaries of legation, unless they illers. AI appropriated the five thousand hundred and fifty dollars; 4; l rt' V- ;.
private laud
and United
North Carolina, marine the custom hod*, post office dollars. .For fulfilliug i th 9 ,*S 5u lqs neotjated D
claims l in California from the first of June, should be allowed by the President of the Wilmington, five :
house for the Stat court, a building of stone, ,eighty And )be,ft fiuther enacred, Thatthe moer twen'ty b ; en'handrft4aorfJK
United Sec.
fiiht. lr (r and' three first States. hospital, including a pest separate
fifty to ol : by siity,feet, and sixty feet f high, of Dkejloors, 2. of the act of eighteenth f our with';certain bands of Indians; rPiijd.. .
Jupe eighteep hundred ,and five the SEB. 4 And be it further enacted, That I accommodation of ,pationts with.conta3us section "
fifty :
be roof shutterrs, &c.,.to'co t not .more Sound : ' a. I
4rPP.irnonzancl 4ollarz. from and after, thirtieth of June, eighteen gi and infective diseases, to cost,not more ams ,noary, eighteen hundred''BVeD, Washibgbn Territoryi'
dollars. V
: hundred and five thousand dollaes. than eighty-eight thousand entitled An act .nd.five1!btmdred dolkra.IJ] V ofl1 1 il, -"
:r >Ie0tai8 Comraisaioner of Indian fifty tbe Secretary 01 Stale thlln forty 1 yplemimtr
pent Now York for the accOnimodation -
iAirt tpLpajt\jh ,.amount, due George R. be, and he is hereby, authorized and required SEC. 12.; And be it'' further enacted, That At Pittsburgh, aud! 1 the andregulating;< Um' Fr ,fulfllthfgtl rti fe1 tUII..
HewcV,4OT of paj.for, aervices from to cause the examination, classification, and the several sums mentioned in the preceding of the customhouse, post-office, ,United States/' .be a hmendedto ar, tentH,,. eighteen hui>4mli and flrtyfir""'

f igarf a' iistiibution, of the clerks in the Departmentof section as the cost of the buildings therein United States court, a building brick, oflike extend :the.allowance for the ia wt th.certain confederated', bands oTCalspooUalal
rt of 4pLfiigeeal1U1sdyPdfld.orty,1ixolJie withtqaper floors roof beams shutters, &c.f forty fivefeet t 'the branch mint i "of ,ajid Cldckamaj: rnd iof1regotjalxtytw&
$ eighteenth of July hoodred State, in the same manner as directed In thorized to be \constructed, together salary of the clerks m .
t eighteen feet cOstnot
( by sixty ar.d forty eight high,7to Orleans "eibhteefi th Gal d two:hcndred 1I1t
coverthe New *
apcltortl nine,in,the tiasuies of reserrations other executive departments by the provisions cent thereon, to .corapeij&a--, United States at ,
and'grants under Indian treaties ontained( in the third section of the act enti tion of archftects,' superintendents,'. verti.sing more than fifty'thousand hundred dolfaeachfrOm and alter toe 1mdy dollUL > ., 0 4 ,& _. ,{j.| ,u, i3.

for curk as provided led" An act making appropriations for the and other. contingent eqpenses, and somuch V Alexandria, Virginia to accommodate. ': ot July;eighteen hundred and, iyltJ( IOfVth. ilcre3e4tpa.cfsdditiopal., .y..\pr, Iadta.i.ajrani.
,, ona. at fourteen hundred dollarsrrannum'Jbv office and United 't
; house ,
the .
cuitotn- post if
snita.sites.for officer .u agent >v
of aawonz
civil and of be' required to purchase discretion >
; ,the act of ninth.May,eighteen I diplomatic expenses g tvern nt/ al"may ,of brick of like floors t b. 1' "
,tho S stes court, a buildings the of b1isact fl'OfIhhtiOStrtundrd5fiv
honoredapd approved third March, eighteen hundred and said buildings, be, and same are law to !, W' approbation pasraj ,9
thirty nthlj'4pct appin
five feet
" : who shall be annual J salaries for( the aforesaid beams, roof shutters, &c. forty : byify !) U Stales.1 +jat ffio-isand three tea'-
providing for the three, paid : herebyj appropriated purposes Ol
tiny .
4 salaries of certain officers and forty eight feet hlgtfto cost notal(1'8 te 'of dred i nd dollars i .. ,, ,. '.
i i
in the not ; ; Seventy j > t' : > ,
That the
therein named,,en fot/tfhcr accordig 'to the act amendatory thereof ap. out of.any. money., treasury '
purposes, elflv.eoiubdred than" fifty thousand dollars. For:the increase1 JO adia,..
ahrixdt&alto..w te'trs.1 of/ -
: and nine dollars, proved iwectj second' .April, :eighteen hUD lefwlse appropriated:. Provided, That no uiy are hereby : .
and seventy ine :At Barnstable :Massachusetts,.for the! ac. ;at aathorawi thx &,
; *,, by .I
propr ated Shall be'used' orapplied tbe pa
'. ci t& .dred and ( '. fAnd the whole Q10ney.hereby,1a jof
t i fifty perma- and r 'i1'ltto.
J Fbt.psueut.of clerks merit clerical force in said department'shall for the mentioned,"until'a amiodatfon ol .the: poat.olllce ; : IP, r fil'llt hnpdred** y
; purposes
V r.rrc.b
4bt icII.
h\'eQ. 1
l like f41-f&
temporarily employitdin land, for the site of such sj builduig! of brick, o$ flopri, I
Corthe i
tbe cfiek of:the PoiUhaiUr mist of -tbree- -'rclaa3 one, two of nlid..ti11e : : feet -.t'an"i rffi&wirinc'the ." Jolu t. t .' > .
General, 'I comt nw'tf; shutters &c,, ortl.fl! bytioo.W after : V1e : .n. :
from first.Jy.Id: tenth JLturntt. ,dghteen hue. class two,'eigbt!!41 4la4iltijK ight'of clits b Iding, ; in j ehcase'sbal1be.v4in.the thirty tW reet.1 uYbeight, arid&erL4 .H&iF fcrto. : .-tft'tiiMlilto governor, t iJt .4jtj0ij ; ;
4 4ndamdt CHItJ chief,clerk in.lieu those (U oiled States;j'aqd'nntil'the Stkte sUllnlwJyelease by !
1 Jwnclred andeight: .(oar, and one o( thari tWentf tbbofeand: doUan.atecM7. GoteB .l-t.: .
"V dollars and d end relinquish"to i t ie United nbTmore ocoessd "of tha'"ati. : Ih'L.eitb".
seven thirty roM& etit now iuhotclerkj bylawj.and:ow.oftheaaid( : [ &L: and .bo it,fl.tDereD&&ed., t'1M.t Teritrth -.9 .' i:. t
Hlo55flrafter[ Iiqgtaitii4Ji ascer- ., ,
, For' (& asses* 1i; ,
eompenoOion find bonds State the iigbVl 9r Jn any way .
ciaju foot slalLgfre u re- : ,
s. 9f ,
of : /of ) L.
expensev dieS ; Co e 'oe
cmaofeiooer-tai, : sid 1 j k of tho'Unite4Sftat4s $iatma7 .,J.ra t. ur i J.u' ,' ialg pfiUe'&ut plburpptup1tiOflko'r :'.fR.h 1ft r. ,an.t.. Slh'' ,1. 'w lr.,
property :
- tbe"ageat'.Dfthe DnUed Caii 4.-b1.. ..i the eost 'Ct'1 he'Mdingireiirauthoriied { .lLL" l.ri1 no I'
t l'\
tth1LCtI M
States newer' in., comrenUoriforth6adtn... make the disbur emenl i(% tee department t ,b&utkerteot tt during the. jtiuxithaj, ; ;A8 l jUou behstnujted, togethe 'bjh .: u' es.o, goveni' or, l Cou-a4secretar t fru BH. :>:Coyriinrt 4 J t\-) ." .V -
be remain the \ ) oC%ala rirtltory;u y p
tuent of claims between fhe United States 'and superintend the northeast executive bud.ding Umted States sliafl or owner {[ ten iKjr cent thereto cover and the com / m .
and Great Britain, at twelve thousdud; doflars and shall'receive therefor two haudreil tJereof.!




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I but manful chivalrous one- Fourth ted other national festirl- The Loldoi .4ethe
and July a
1 Hon. James A. Caldwcll announced hithaeltsome The Senindhronicles: the death of old is anything a \ tJ be.
concealmentj'-artvand: di88 Dmuls. ties in this i the willorganized'in. aotaiin tweenthe FnUth i1d R2Lfi!
.. !' It implies ; city, corps : : ; 18ebutopoJ
( time-back as a ,candidate for Congress Toney Proctor? wh?,die at the residence of ; ,
: fromfthe'7th: ; District[ North 'Carolina, in op- H. L. Rutgers, Esq., i in this city, en the" 16th tin ;'it'suggests,all the .associationa'connected '- vain. 3\* ,. ,"ti, 1 "J.t the night of the 32d-of,May;asiest the' blood.i .

with cabals'and /1t dishonors truth"by ; i one of the WIIt says_,:
juntas; ,.t.
ult born in the Island
1855. positon to the Hnn. Burton Cge.the Democratic Toney was Jamaica $ ...
works when f it .,,-\L; V/tt a mere, slaughter. of the
.' nominee'but'after! looking about him about the year '1743, and consequently,.at assuming that truth I J1 it. .. : ,'.t FrencL
., :t-: Twice driven to desperation
; Bow It OriginatedIn by
'i taeefwsfl
of 12 line the audit insults intelligenceby -
or works in dark :
for each coolin he has withdrawn from tho canvass and publishes the time of his death, he must have been at ; of the Russian, fromtthe trenches, !Ley te

; a card from which we make the follow. I least :112 years old. He was probably the taking as its very badge of distinction the a late speech. in Green County, North out and attempted ,to carry themutL/ T1

..: ?.5, to b. paid ing extract Tho Raleigh Standard says"Mr. last person in the world.who,personally parfleipnted counterfeited lack of it. The KnowNothing -i Carolina, Hon. Mr. Ruffin, a candidate for of the bayonet; but' them m*. kGrn BItI01' PP :

CalQweU. U nn oW tine Henry Clay WWC- in SomA of the important events of tpabt. e organization, as it is_now constituted,cannot re.election to Congress, gives the following as -' '}lKft"'noaniJ...::.. ....;_.,\....__,_torQ,

r'l" he is a gentleman of character, and of much At the Battle of Abraham (Quebe ,) permantly prosper. American tUuogh it tho uilgin of Know Nntiungism: Some time and both w e1I' Ul" the Frenchth4y&i relUumce orl1J

this: between the English and French under Wplf professes to be in aim and policy, its secret ago, the abolitionists from all parts of the In eases _""'ere.I..lL..r
in city by influence and popularity ; and what he says with, J loss,and retired ,to .e "' << A"

4 i ? A corres- i9 entitled careful considerationby men of and Montcalm, ho was present in the capacity and banded character is opposed every world convened at Exeter Hall, in Old England wherVtheyirtifl ''ti ilt.-

..; : to which the all parties 'It will be seen that ho is out for of n' body servant to an English officer, being I American sentiment and instinct The American ,. for.the purpose .taking some' means to ,'
cannot be made to believe tiiat l abolish from the civilived It waTclose. ""n n
with Kerrin then sixteen of That people slavery worldr The //II dsjwivjrheit!
i l deprived( of the Craige, and that His sympathies are or more years age. "
is off that I it United States six white abolitionists was sent to the French 1 general info
: warfare battle the 13th of September, American ,liberty yet so badly; sent as delegates : '
their dinner, the procriptinnd!! } ungenerous was fought on that- arll'halfjtho! cohuaq-'

l been ono e wagvd: upon him by tho old Federalists and 1759, nearly 90 years ago-and of its events can only be saved by being ho kuinked and, three black free negroes and two attempt to hold !;the place; Dial had ft I rJ

1 their iuuta- Know Nothings of tlie6uildford District.- Uncle Toney's recollection was clear and gagged. They complain, and have'a rightto bloomer women, (of what color he did not : useless waste of, life,. as hj daylight wu SSs

.1. Read and irculate!I" distinct. lie was subsequently, remarks the complain, that the titles to American citizenship mention, but I presume one of each' color, be.utterly untenable.. The inawerwi?, "-*

have been, of late scandalously: white and black .would tho better ed,that .were, ga r:& '
.., / i a dinner also May I be pardoned, fellow-citizens, for Sentinel, engaged injthe same capacity, though I years answer pur wounded and ti. fa ..

5r' ;KER read the presuming to speak a warning word to those under a different officer, during the early pe cheapened, by dealing them out to all sorts of pose.) In that convention slavery in the United did at abo, t four in,the'Thii1je:rnorning'aftJ* 'aceohfiSW?? *

of you, who have been accustomed to battle riod of the between this interlopers; but they have too much sense to States was spoken of. And it was agreed ;
f.:; Declaration and oration made by Revolutionary war, maintained the
: an was sanguinaryandttoktest ;
for the principles promulgated by Mr. Clay, and the mother He was in the vicinity think of curing'the evil by nailing their own upon that the most expedient plan of abolishing for more'than' i
ALXXATTDER' S. Jonxsorr' which is warmly Webster. country. .
; and Mr. If I am, si lornand
: by of Boston at the lime the tea was titles to the counter as a sham thing, and slavery in the United Stales was by a secret said;tho awful !i I
3; l! iaed. Miccosukie was also stirred bi then listen to my voice when I say beware of ,
|J.a i triotio,impulses. The people met and heard attaching yourselves to the Know.Nothing thrown overboard, and afterwards at the bat making themselves over, body and soul], under order ; and that, the founders of this order wounded.and.missin.It g. 1
a party. You will be it is a national tle of Lexington, where the first blood was oath to a divan of darkness. should not even let their own fellow members appears, .the'Fenchi, ustoo' '
the Declaration rood by Dr. BJLAKE, and ani' : :
which alone can, and will, save the know what their until the And trench in,the vfoi
tf; address :from D. 8. WALKER, Esq., the day party and the spilt in that perilous conflict. Just hore thereis designs were greater atteke..t .- ;
Union, flic CONSTITUTION, SOUTH. which The Fourth. part of the South was duped into it When On following night the French
other wide in his history, we ; :
an gap :
r. with a entertainmentu the 3d degree
elotiNg sumptuous -
The publisliedof) r-
4' obligation (as : The Glorious Fourth" celebrated in at last the should the attack,' :and came
;y, : i'I'hO is relied upon an the dud panacea ajlci are unable to trace. known, however,,p was polls, be controlled,by the offvicloridui:

:\ Tribune .till denounces the Know the mild cathartic of the first and second, has i that he came to Florida long before the change our city with that spirit and enthusiasm which order, they might take any method they should Tie*-says ;'cMr' Vth'tIihajonet.andthCnatlds ; /

:ti .:: Nothings .i3"tloughfXcea"vhilo! the Floridian purged the country of Romanists and foreign of flags and settled in St. Augustine, whore. true Americans should always exhibit on the choose towards abolishing slavery. These : .' *
-. ] them abolitionists. Which is ers. You will! observe that the regular course occasion. As entertain above The. Russians fell
< pnonnces as he purchased his freedom, married and reared long an our people mentioned delegates returned, or rather ; into con'fusien, after*
a. .; 'Rntl _} ioli Is I II n- doughlace"ia of the faculty is reversed\ in the new practice
iRI t. wrong for alew. minutes
that veneration, that enthusiastic love for the the male portion of them and founded the shouting their
% i an nbolitfonist," we have fallen in evil -salts first and then calomel, instead of blue a large family. During his long residence and the
where he men and the principles of '76 which we saw order now termed Know arms fe great m keeping
ci timl !.-Sentinel. mass and seidlitz afterwards. I must confess in the Ancient City, experiencedmany Nothingism name to the the direction of t

.:.. The Sentinel manifests more ingenuity than that I do not appreciate fully the efficacy of re\'erses-living through a period usually displayed on last Wednesday, so long will! very appropriate since their design is discov which lies.t outside,the town, on the left cemetery of the

kI wdier fairness or candor. It would have its tiiis-oath. Every individual who takes a seat alloted to an ordinary life time, his conduct we remain a great and a free People. ered.When Roan The French, who were now thor-

3U 4 readers )believe that tho Tribune and Floridian in Representative the Presidential Chamber chair ,or swears in the to Senate support or was such as to command tho esteem and Early in the morning, the Florida Riflemen we look at what.the Know Nothingshave rousd and bent upon -revenge, fol

: denounce" tho Know Nothings inJiscrimin the Constitution of the United States. If this respect of its inhabitants, ns well under the paraded aud shot for a plume, which was already accomplished, there is every lowed and bayoneted the fan-
of under administration of the United States the won after a close contest by Private WILLIAM reason to believe that the by dozens. No quarter, was or
.- ?itely, the first as doughfaces, the second oath solemnly taken in the face day, as true origin of the given. In this manner our allies we

'; ".. as abolitiol1ilJts.VIJCrcns our neighbor the eye of an individual, both legally and dominion of Spain.At THOMAS. At half past 11 o'clock, the party has been correctly given. FirstEv.. for nearly a half a fuith Jet

,-4 :... kntncg or ought to know that the. former characterizes morally qualified l to administer Constitution it, \\and ill not of pre. the change of flags, ho considered him ; company proceeded to tho Capital where a "Congressman elected by tho Know Noth. French- --arrived f ---at- m a deep ti1 trench--- and A\
the consequence b.
the Union -
-4 : as"doughfaces" those delegates from serve tho South, I must be pardoned for self an American citizen, and remained in St. large audience had assembled, a large portionof ings is pledged to repeal the Nebraska bill work on tho left of the Redan,. .

: the North who voted in tho Philadelphia Con- doubting the virtue of an obligation) higher Augustine true to his allegiance during the whom were ladies. Tho Declaration was and to modify or repeal the fugitive slave law. Garden ,Battery. ,Into this the; fljiogenemy
and the
< eution for the majority platform.' These delegates obligation of a.II higher law" party. Do yon campaigns and military regime of General read. by Dr. G. THOUP MAXWELL in a very Second : The nine United States Senators strong force, of Russians French seemed after them. -'
,to jioid'
?* :, amounted to the huge number of eleven understand how an obligation, takenilh the Jackson; and subsequently rendered himself impressive manner and an Oration delivered elected so far by Know Nothing legislatures trench, but they disappeared,.perfectly panic-
with it is to
at pleasure, ac.
..'i ': there being four from New York, four right complish to dispense that which patriotism fails to do ? very useful to (;el1. Harney and others, as by Private ALFRED M. HOBBY. arc avowedly uncompromising abolitionists. stricken by the,flight(of tbeiVjcomrades; sad,

t from California, two from Pennsylvania and Do you understand how an obligation or a resolution an Indian Interpreter in the late Seminole Although] our attention was very much distracted Third : Every governor elected in the free after discharging theuiinaikets JQ.'an.irregular

.1 ono from Iowa. Thus, according to the Tribune to voto down Douglass and Chandler, ''''nr. by the array of beauty which extended States by the Know Nothings is an abolitionist .J j I.*In fusillade, fled, .j with nt'u'I.n t Ji Inv-M e i French.__*AW* .

.,. there are eleven "dough faces" in the Shields and! Mitchell\ with the permission to He died of oil age-a gradual wearingout on both tides of the speaker's stand-for Fourth: Tho negroes of the North vote I nnticn "- -v. I vu I "v

: i I Know Nothing ranks North, all told-the balance vote Dnrkce vp is Seward to and Wilson the Union, Fesscndcn t Can and and decay of the powers of nature. lie wo were obliged of course to look at the ladies to one man with tho Know Nothings, and A S
: being those who oppose the majority tell me where preserve is the justice of venerating you Tn- was a member of the Baptist Church, and -yet we managed to keep an eye on the have: been repeatedly complimented for their Our readers have heard'of James \V. Barker .

.. "platform, the Floridian denounces as abolitionists. ney for integrity, und praising Campbell was followed to the grave by a largo con orator, and we award him in ono sentence patriotism in thus voting by the Know Nothing of New York. He was President, (the,

I.- ." And we would like to know in for his fidelity and capacity, and damningthem course blacks, who looked up to him as to the highest praise-his oration was worthyof organs. Fifth: The Know-Nothing leg Supreme Council of the Know Nothings,and

; what light the Sentinel regards them ? Delegates for their religion ? Can you tell me why, a Patriarch. the occasion. We are sorry that circumstances islature of Massachusetts has removed Judge was supported by the Southern delegates in

.1 representing 120 electoral votes declared Ia Southern man, shall spurn; foreigner and do not permit us to notice it more at Loring from office for having returned the the :
''t embrace Yankee abolitionist? This enquiry -
.: restoration of the Missouri Compromise a COLONIZATION OF KANSAS.-The Rev. Mr. It suited the and chimed slave Burns his Lawful Phldelpi-Conventio lorn-leeti t
:. .. for a cannot be answered satisfactorily. Yet, length. Day in well fugitive to master in that people have been
and the exclusion of Kansas as a the Know Nothing party commands the former Starr delivered a lecture in New York last with the sentiments which all Americansmust accordance with the requisites of the laws of taught to believe Soue that the Councils in:few

dave State: does our Know Nothing cotem-1 and tolerates the latter. It is difficult to week upon tIle subject of the Colonization of hare felt. the United States. Sixth: The grand councils .
S. .:' nf the Knnw. Nnthinrr. ;in... tlia_. .Sata.. ....*. ,.f York adherinc to BarkerwereviolentlTODDOwd. -- ----
Kansas. lie somewhat -- -- -- ----- mf f f
of Protestants the .040. "/l
I to denunciations of them f fWo perceive that 24,000,000 are was severe on At 2 o'clock the Riflemen with --.0-
object onr their'guestjsat I the
porary Massachusetts
the of of Pennsylvania,and New Hampshire t Sea on slavery ,question, bat since
endangered by 2,000,000 Bostonians for the loud
.: say they are enemies to tho South, enemies Catholics, while 7,000,000 presence of slave owners pretensions made respecting down to a Dinner at the City Hotel, have passed strong anti-shivery resolu the disruption at Philadelphia,"Barker has
to dn Constitution and enemies to the funds to be raised and the men served in fine tions. Seventh : The Know '
; peace. are secure in the presence of 15,000,000 of up style. Nothing legislature made a speech which settles the matter la the
S What the Sentinel? The of these to be sent to people Kansas: territory; and in Tho of Massachusetts has passed a law admitting
..;.; says course abolitionists. Verily is it not so. The Know following regular toasts were drank : conclusive and authoritative .manner/ ,
abortion"' Know Nothings sustained unanimously Nothing party is a foil, given by the North connection with his remarks thereupon gave REGULAR TOASTS. The Know negroes to the public schools. Eighth : There mos is disagreement the Barker
4' to the South, as mariners throw a tub to the some rather happy delineations of local characteristics : Nothing Representativesof n bwe
} the of that in the free
t : by press stripe whale." While our eyes are wandering in 1. The fourth.of July, 1770. The birthdayof Congress is thoroughly abolitionist in ten Councils and Seward rltive slavery We .
States, deluding such well-known heretofore search of false tokens," the 1 barbed harpoon a new era in the annals of the world, recorded -, dencies and character. quote the following paragraph r thespeech

t : conservative papers as the New York Express is savagely driven into our vitals, and we per "The instant the Kansas-Nebraska: : billpassed on tho tablet of Time in letters of referred to as we find it i to C'"ton

I and Courier 4 Enquirer. Those papers thus ish, fighting an imaginary foe and trusting to last year, we had a great demonstration gold. Mr. Stephens.This Mercury : -

in! effect sido with tho Tribune. The Courier' the honor of a known one. This is a senseless made at Boston, and they said they were 2. The Memory of "Washington. distinguished gentleman is canvassing I Much excitement '
,; : Let going to raise a capital of $5,000,000 to send 3. The Constitution of the United Stales. a b feeling
It position for sensible men to occupj his old district for re-election to Congress, been caused in the ,
: : u very emphatic. says- 20,000 men of grit and pluck to Kansas. I Let us cling to it as tho mariner clings to consequence of
.'!: : .* To-day our first assurance is doubly sure me If intreat: you as Southerners to to it.-and don't know what has became of the 85,000- his last plank when night and the tempest and on each occasion that he makes a speech, the course pursued by our .bt upon the
.t, that the Northern States trill not assent to the I Know you are whigs-oppolC'd combined it is 000. But when they talked about 85,000,000and closes around him." gives to the dark-lantern gentry no quarter. election of United States Iwiw.
%' Nothingism dutyto
\ your but that is settled
: ootragc involved in that liberate violation of take the lesser evil. Mr. Craigo is a democrat 20,000 men that sounded large to the 4. The Union.-Wo must preserve it if wo The Federal Union, referring to an address question now ;

It. .. 1fKlfailh; (the repeal of the Missouri Compro- Mr. Stowe, both Democrat and Know people in the state of Missouri\ which is a slave can, without sacrificing: our rights, our honor made by him at Sparta, Hancock county, er of Mr.much \'e may admire t anti-slavery him. view
we for he
1. Iui.e4 A thousand times less will they solemnly I shall* ,vote to the former state, and men who did'rif want to have their and our safety. Swa support
Nothing, give
I is
my Order. / knew that
ratify it, by taking such pledges as are now with much I should it to property depreciate 25 per cent or so in the 5. States Uiglils.The centrifugal element says- I tis J.
as pleasure: as give
thrust upon them by the Southern members of course of a couple of years, took alarm at that keeps our political system from falling to Mr. Stephens, in allusion to the Demo- Setcard's tn. vpon the Slavery qxettioa t
4 the Kerr if I citizen of the
gallant were a
: tho Philadelphia Convention. It is an affront this big talk all which by-the-way didn't mean pieces; they must be respected. cratic Platform, we understand, referred to it incidc uih and also ritA {JU views of

.: to cwn atH it." 1 Guildford" Resnectfullv District. ob't serv't. anything-was nothing but gas. That kind of 6. Clay, Calhoun and Webster.__A glorious in terms of high admiration, and said he stood most of our brethren of the No States*
& ., .your, historical trio upon it; and, carry him where it might, he This is i a clincher. It is testimony Tho Express says "it is false-as stated J. A. CALD WELL." talk led the State Missouri to say : "Who's though differing in policy, highest
: in many there is anything in -- going to take that Kansas? If they've got they all had tho same end in view, the goodof would be found with its principles. He also going to prove th abolition character
;: ; eulogised the forty-four Northern Nebraska
!!' Marlanoa Patriot.A 85,000,000, we've got 850,000,000. There'sone our beloved country Though their bodies ; of the order in the free
this rhtf'ormTllich compels a Northern man Democrats of and called all SttN
:- .. thing at any rate we can do-wo can out are in tho grave, they still live. upon -
to endorse the repeal of the Missouri Compromise new paper, bearing this title, edited by bully thorn: and out fight them." For they all 7. Internal Improvements-May the Gen to: give them the most efficient support, for RIGHTS OF NECTKALS l THZ BALTIC.

.. by Pierce and Donglas: of the North- Edward J. Jndah, lips just been commencedin have the idea that ono Southern man can cral System, projected by our last Legislature, their noblo stand for the Constitution and the I Ion," the Washington correspondent: of the

ii : ml South, mark that. Every man is left free the pleasant \illageof Marianna, Jackson whip fifteen Northerners. I have lends there be speedily completed that our desert forests rights of the people under it"A Baltimore Sun, : I The British
who have this idea that bo filled with and Intelligent says goyem
just a Northernercan't may soon a hardy gentleman writes to the Columbus Enquirer -
\ vndtr this to resist the admission of.r4' It makes creditable
-.1rj : platform County. n very appearance ment have officially denied the statemeqt of
don't know how
fight, to hasn'tgot
fight, yeomanry. (Whig, K. N.,) that Mr. S's. latejjpeech
.ft3 k. Kansas into the Union" And the Herald admit typographically as well as editorially. any blood in him to fight, and that one: 8. Our Army and Nary-Small but of good Count Nesselrode a to any change of their

,p- 0. that the bulk of the Northern States Its motto is, Independent in all things-neutral Southerner is equal to fifteen Northerners at I metal. at Warrenton, was very denunciatory. The policy towards neutrals i the Baltic, I' dear *

t..k ;j bare repudiated il"-but' d\.iscs all the Know in nothing." Terms, 82, in advance. The any time in anything. J R EducaioIJ-The basis of free institutions, writer s.'lYs- at the commencement of the war.. This

e : b Nothings, North and South, to stick together number of the 26th., speaking of the crops of. People at tho North talk all the while about let us attend to it well and establish among He impeached the motives of every man in truly fortunate for us for If tie allegationwere
Southern there ourselves Common Schools and in the South who i
I attachment
I chivalry as though was not Colleges, Georgia, or professed -
\. notwithstanding the split! Now, Jackson, saysfho any there; they think that when they come to i whore our boys can: receive a finished educa- for the Constitution and the Union, true, we should bo forced into the war.
: Floridian denounces" these repudiators as : Com and Cotton crops tRroughout talk right up to a Southerner he will come tion. I unless they placed themselves in a hostile attitude At present there is scarcely any room to apprehend -

i 4 sectional fanatics and agitators,with whom nol this county, wo understand"are very promising down. At the South they say tho Northerners : 10. The Rising Generation-Into therr: to the Know Nothings. The such a calamity."
and bid fair to prove an abundant harvest do but all the while. Now hands.must fall this fabric in characterized
0 Southern IU4nbe, be WhigorDemocratoughttoi nothing gas to my mighty political ; meeting your city was by -
: : 1 Does The damp weather nnd cool nights wo have mind they arc both badly mistaken. In the let us instil into their minds those principlesof him as a meeting of the Know NothingstheKnow Native .
: ;b. affiliate.Vhat says our cotemporary bad lately, have, in a few instances, caused South there is an utter recklessnjss about wisdom, virtue and patriotism which will Nothings, ho said creeping out of their Aec
i. be persist in following tho advice of the Herald the of lice on the cotton, but not hav American liberty
4 appearance which we know nothing at the North; they enable them. to discharge their important, dens. He contended that it was a mere ruse "
J Would he have the people of Florida to such an extent as to be of material and American religion.
are always ready to fight at the drop of a trust to deceive the people, and that there was no
i s: jew a secret, proscriptive party, more than injury to the crop. The planters seeing the hat. They had just as lief die about a six- 11. Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts- candor or sincerity in the adoption of its res. Hon. A" R'i 1: N\C11

.t. 1)_ ono half of which, as in the North, boldly pro scarcity of Corn this season, havo concluded : pence as about a million of dollars when Lot our Farmers and Mechanics be proud olutions. He was told that no Southern' man j Taking the abve text, the L

: : : claim their determination to restore the Mis-I to prepare against a like emergency, by I their blood is up. Here at the North men are of their callings and pursue them on enlightenedand with southern feelings could object to the Times says: -
: decreasing tIle amount of Cotton planted of a. different temperament. In the South Ull scientific principles. platform which was l laid down at Temperance
f. rouri Compromise and to RESIST" the admission heretofore and making an increase in the quantity a man he lies and he will say, "I want an 12. A Citizen Soldiery Tho only and best Hall. He replied that none of yon were on "Te Christian religion is foreign origin,
Know on :to wax
".: of Kansas as a slave State The of Corn. apology or I'll kill you," and ho is taught to bulwark of c liberty. it. He was told that Hines Holt was on the much Noti i goes indigenousto

rather ought he not to "denounce" them as keep excited until he will kill you. Here at I 13. The Ladies. Georgia Platform, and always had been. Mr. warmer tings Native
this country, we mar expect a
% t -. rf ',4L-Lwm4jinjtevitth those who VIRGINIA_ ELECTION.' -Tho Richmond the North, tell a man ho lies and he is very Tbcse.erer,8ponded to,as read, by Messrs.D. Stephens said that he never had been, and was American ,religion'will be proposed before
4 them end their dangerous "designs t- U')45., aA..tQlh..tdvcs the following as the much bligcd to you, but until you prove it,it not now. He tells it that Judge Nisbet, although Mormon that
: oppose I result of the vote in the late election ror Governor la rm.rul.1l1n aoeoritoit. I suppose men Northcan P. Hogue, B. F. Allen, M. A. Long, he was in thc convention of 1850,never long-the prp as pcrelj
,;: ; When the Missouri Compromise was the Northern{ of Virginia: fight just as well as men South, but when \v. Call, R. A. Shine, D. B. Clayton, Dr. G. was on tho Georgia Platform. Amerca O we suppose that, .
the Sentinel manfully repudiated the North think the South have got no pluck Maxwell, F. Whitaker, Selim W. Myers What I have written is strictly true and wouldbe na.l.nca
that Wise. .. .. .1 S .S .76,601 of Christian as prefix our What
.;. Whigs because they voted against repealIt Flournoy .. S I-S S ... S .67,351 they are just as badly mistaken. The Northerners J. F. Broome, Capt. Amaker, Lieut Galbraith testified to by as credible] men as can be a pity that Christ was not born io.
It them, but declared that fight from a feeling of the
I not repudiated -- duty; and"others. found in Warren. instead of Bethlehem ofJudea! If he

j it never would': 'affiliate with them. again until Wise's Majority . .. 9,247 Southerners from excitementThe been, no doubt would ld
j Gov. Broomo Sa's people
sent tho following senti-- THAT PLAGUE SPOT. Dr. A. K. Gardner,
"repented'and back to the cardinal'prwdpieV' -
; they came thought much better of his religion than they
- hi :r. of" the Whig faith. But in becoming Know Nothing Defeats. New York Courier 4f Enquirer, (\\liig,) mcnt:-The Signers of the Declaration of of New York, writes as follows to the editor do. It was great oversight in Providence

4'- the adroeate of tho'Know Nothings, Hunter Woodis, a sterling Democrat, has says with as much truth as force: The American Independence-Their names are immortal;- of the Newark Daily Advertiser respectingthe to let this country be discovered by Europeaaf D

pi ; tho Sentinel plahujr stultifies itself. TheAntiNebraska been elected Mayor of Norfolk, Va., by 66 party lacks manliness. It has not yet their deeds constitute a rich legacy to their mysterious disease said to have appeared until] this time of 'their Catholic ''MaH'

Northern Whigs, baptised asKnow majority over his Know Nothing opponentThe : acquired the great masculine virtues vhich country. Let their Descendants emulate their in that city.I Ferdinand and Isabella, and a stiff

c Nothings,reiterate their hostility to the Enquirer remarks- A month ago, Nor give strength to character, and enforce the virtues and imitate their example. hasten: to deny the truth of the report in that have Christopher been allowed Columbus the honor Ctoca,
: .
Missouri,repeal, but ,so far from the Sentinel, folk gAt'8.a ,majority of 395 for the Know respect of the world. It would scorn the act Dr. Barnard sent the followingThe eightieth toto. At'a meeting of the Academy of Medicine !- foot upon itltisaonder! ; lob n.

of being unprincipled, and, yet if it has principles anniversary of the DeclarationFourfifths this evening, 1 inquired of many present, '
opposing them in their new character, it seeks Nothing candidate, Flournoy. Now, she fully of the kind Know Nothing are so well .ute..J
and exists
has been
4v'x nothing
1' to' !them strength. It in effect joint theirS repudiates the proscriptive party and electsa nobody can specifically tell what theyare. of a century has already past since it seen in this city. or imported n Ifthiy 19ud ( f'

-i staunch democrat It never talks about principles at all if was made -may the remaining fifth be as America wesuggeit to .thepiop'1f1.
:c'rct;;!oath-bound order, and invites the people by 66 majority. The The report arose from the existence of some !
: to,emulate example. It aceu-to carry re-action began in Virginia!, will ipretd through it can help it, and when it docs, its language glorious as those that have gone before- half dozen eases of an eruptive disease call exchanging thatofaldbebethcroadeuphonIous.the name A. for c3'!' p'

:5 tbe whig of Florida back to the, embraces of the South. is never alike on two different days or in two By ll. B. Carpenter:-TAe Orator of the ed Pustule Maligne. A few existed last year.It Would' not this 'M.'a name t

their old party friends; and asks democrats to And still another.-Tboi.elcction in Now different places. Here you find it Baying it : day-lie has done credit to himself and honor is characterised by the appearance' of a thrilling poweraud wouMnt a capital

I forsake; their'principles-to desert Cass andDouglas Orleans for Chief Justice of the. Supreme win support. no candidate who is not pro- I to this occasion. Long may ho live. ordinary pimple, rapidly boil,with increasing in size resembling to that of those an way, too, to immortafiw'San t 'TB .f***

administration Court resulted in the choice of anti- slavery to.the midriff, there that it will support By 11. T. JoarceMay all Abolitionists symptoms must do somethinjr ?
.utt| a faithful Elgee, of a carbuncle, great fever and very severe Nothing .1 a
: .
1178 no candidate who is not anti-slavery and Fanatics be embarked in a craft without constitutional disturbance. One t othel. and thin "
:. tarn theirbackionrthosemenat the North Know-Nothing, by majority. over Mer- or two of the:world tDtF&tthem. :
t who the Fugitive Slave Law and the rick, KnQw.Nothing. the backbone; to-day it will exclude all Catholics rudder or compass and be wafted to'the: the cases have recovered, but they have generally ft .: .
; from office, to.morrow that it coast of Africa where been fatal in a few days. The disease .
Nebraska'; ''Bill,.and. who have all their lives : Only a few months ago, the Know Nothings believes in it is likely they will be : -
the broadest religious tolerance here is not disease, though unfrequent here; RXMOVAX FBOM Orwea>- '
i ; that the received by real Know.othings.Various dptd6
the 'ftboKtionists-and join as elected wadidatesin New Orleans by from .
:. -warred 'against and it is well known not to be of a'contagiouscharacter. Washington dated the 25th,
future_allies7'a..*ct of political hucksterers:die 1200 to 1600 'maj rky. They are now beaten naturalization laws should be amended, there other toasts were offered and a ..' I Wilaon', ':

most 'moderate f whom say that it la u'ASAiTftosr 1178. Verily, ,-'the re. etion is spreading, that the naturalization laws should be repeal. great many .good: 'things said but we cannot Office,- Com''o'rtcG'L'I a

The; : candidate, not_ a member pretend to report'them. The ;speeches Ejltorlaltblp.. direct r J Heimmediately.
.;even to, AT ;". tusen? to In good.earnest f humbugLu', exploded. were t I rt I. ..
of the Third Degree should be votedor to spirited in excellent WAsntMoroir .Joifa2&.-ItU said 'that it': thai1\ ,
of the Mifpomi prohibition I r. Can Hurra for Democracy 1 II .and taste, ,and 1
tha repeal
I : -I- morrow" that coalitions may, be made-with witty, | Wm. M. Burwelt :Virginia, 'la to b the Shannon will bo his.aa.e is r -.
i th '&*&&? hope that.such'glariog In on8iJntl'wiIt' NEW You, July. nominees .
eteapo cxpoiare, or thil\ the'p.eopleuill ed., 851011,000bale 'Fair Uplands Iii. parrties be supported lUbe Florida. Ritlemen"neyerate an!joppajtunity Ju3g() Ellis;who Wfll 'be temporarily; 'absent, ,'Chief a -ft! It D.
to suit circumstances., Tho very name to'ic ompiiah any thing more 10. of m.h a1tb: ; :-raent Comf1I
follow it* 'lead d'advice1 Weather intensely,hot'; Thcnhomctcf 95. on account .. ,as Acting "



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I.aall ha told that.the scheme of using N. : ,, ) _'N.1r.J TJte.Trenton (H..J.Y &tile the condition of. antante has'Uea so often' .- '" .c- -Q.-.or;,7.rROHER' : .$ : ...0 !f; '

the greatest; prudence. the, selection ofclastic I 'was born n' England by accident,not .Gffctic's.* '>t!Ilstht> '.:;, 'a 'large. t rt Cbhvention'--..' : :pf.(}i notieoo ism: tate/awed 1ito 'the' commdrtpasttire !'.,h\NON. Ch:1irman. m t \

s uthort* and id exposing A 11 immoralpMMfres : choice ; I was not 'consulted in-the-matter} members of!the dtOerent American Cou ciIinthat' i WMi'rr r'I" ""T 'Chiane. .of "dlo i cable is "'difficulttoperroit Icame'totl tteiynited 'St tes b$ choice"noi cyes. '' Medway! AcademyJano27, 1855. u.a--
c too city.was beld on -W dn sdaj'evening! i > Jl.- .tfi 1\.J rfM"i 1 before :4't .
the WdPePpr m bSrig'pStln' c-- accident; I came on the.@th of'your flag, the; Troths otthe kmd-seem ito-be very genera t"i.. L 11 1 !. \Ct.Llltif1d.e, :.1 0aih,4 ;
; at which following emphatic resolution '' '
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., these told allyrfo'rgotton iome'Of' haveocJion'Jo. "ff"orsL .\ ; 'U e .Ii. II .3n.w'
Constitution and those .
it wnd ,
ccution. Perhaps .Ma.be11 whatBeoaasbpoisageatiuU your youraw8; T .by who ManDaqa. .... _.d'h,
'Citizen'of the 'v.* adop'ted: their .. .JOT A* tliislstl*$aaon.of tb'I'.f H ii ." I Ir
1bc t. convey improper me I might become a Republic r f :. horses lri1.the1, itabte l -cp. '

ideal may be:found in 1 aoroe.ineient writfngs i and stand on unequal footing with my neigh- Resolved That 'we approve' of the action. throughout the whlo;year.." :Many; ,l&eefnto: 01 ire f1"an meet onriidabr.i. T.tUII' iieg:t ftl" aut l th!*'' PropneUnsf h. ':: .A a'. .jif 1.

hall-'We'.depritie'youag-people'of all,the: bore, native to the 'manor; born," by(;giving of those. representatives of ,the Free States .forget,or,ignom ie fact, that, while'dry,liayand areht* 'fu't'irtuw'for ita ekbelling./lO|beM;an'noyfaig' -' '. .Sl. .. ..' I!

tnltrunUt\l1 t.nd PDlea.surc! that tt nd ayei.o 1.:: "value received.". The consideration vas who protested against'and opposed thofadopitionof uhbruised grahjmayi be 'the handiestand ahd bftro fatal 'ftl i beues| ;yf diUcJrenV,"R.waa For.i.e9fth.Dailypet'antuwi.$3' I

rsevr"tlalSlC&ttnu"'\! 'f"l; .i.-t ; "TJ r- 'Dt'eaU'.. :" e'. horace; renunciation of my birthright/ my natural the Slavery resolution, i in t e; a.te Phil ; least'.troublesome'cr4'for'thejr$ horses: tainted by a'p jtW"n ofg ekt zperlcnee' xaVrgmchrti'jji -' Foesieeoftl8emWt4J, ;.: 'II"' :tt 1
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hTter'hav1ig'ixs.d it'f. r" ( e 1'1
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consideration Convention, we especially sevantiare re1by.wpurjafled I
rdte spate s.-jind Ovid some worth.i' citizenship. I paid the. adelpliia 6f found .F fCftHOdtlptd tLhe ekty .11. ... .
ctice.'andl .
'i sueces t4 udjreraaL'jBis f .. .. ,. .""u.
1C'T PIaIr"t. of the United endorse the action of'A.S.. Lhing tOp Eaq. :comfort ana .prevented ". : I
.V-rgiL Lmv Cicero. became,'as I snppos datitzen ; from.enioying.tnat a-i "Jndowa at laJU? Vffetjt. to the public all a,cM;but ..AdW'f'4' ,'I'. ;, ;
.iIIU*aadrH0iaar.bfl- f-'f :sQbUVIOn I I States;; hardly established id my new'home, the Representative from this District ;and Dr, mount of good bealth and of ability to endure cerip; izd eeVjot Det1iei It LM eii1ce bcuuie UIf'IPRYOR..Du 1 .'

: I do not( ,here speak of the beauties ,of thet1h1Lfttin1 1 hear, the war blast,.and.find myself doing asoldier's. E.'S.. McClelland of the IVth District, in'pro. labor, which'they might obtain',by-asorne 4 jut'bipolar'throngbont the ,Unitad Btate. a* tbe "I .. .+; n", .

\ |, nor' r the"Ya8t1disJropcJt&k duty tin1'Mexico,,'under my' 'newly. testing. against'and opposing the passage thereof 'what different r odofte, ding. Various JIl tJi. baa most been efficient-ateatflj Vermirug'tbe'"inrea ever i known aioceit,and the first demand' _Jtheei__ T- .tat-'.-- .-' .-1 .' .. ,".- :: ',.. e .. ,I I"e

tnere'is '.b tWe "what ii go ,..
i T% '-- .U V trost to the course of a few of ,the delegates in, of summer-stabledj horses 43T lnrcb4Jtort _:1 I ,
.; wfiat .u.'b'34I. every thing human, other 'relatibns, to this Country ;,marrian ; ', ac-i will be_ Gntut to,ask for Ds.M'LAIt:1 )
there is A.*nixtureof; evil; but are we.{or that. American woman, and have soul born unto from the Free States. ,! cording to the varying circnmttances of their AU CLZ3P.ATZD f* vQa and tab we- i1ll8./ It: ,/ ., 9 ;.f.t-J. .aI! ,' .1 i.1'h, : I
of this resolution shows that owner Roots etm for other 'Verwifuge., in compwiwa sri wonew. .1 'THE4DR ,&-. t J ,
this boiling cut
into Tho
all I ,
Americans grasses
about humanthings' come '
reuntDthrowoff'al1toncerIl passago
me, ; .
Dr.ilLaM Vermifage, aho .bk Cd > t '.&. ; : t
brat :
d Urn fr&a'i )f"f !
!' Mast we wt, ouf harvests' mi fire; orloave wildernesS to a.rv8 llt of this forest and this tho sentiments uttered by the New ''Jersey green, mashes,and. other things might be occasionally .. Klli pen now be had atmtbelThitedstt..andcanatJ&all!;re p etabU Dnw'Store* :' a "Jw."i.toO-:" [ ; i
seth. I introduced as and wholesome #. '
thetnto because Tfew tares havp prairie freemen's homes for .my am 35Gf tj' .r I
J ) perish press on the same subject were a true indexof ouetIinw& will b.usued. Jq two rihkon C
? Because startled another sound, the scream pf charigrs. F<* tale at aU the Drag Store* TallahtMe*. ,
WIth.wu by
sprung up : com ppprescioft tho. popular feeling in New 'Jersey in .ref- At the and at in let aed15thJy4&* ti4 !
told the time when and grain. one Agency Town in the South i
lam hay every
and intolerance com present ,
..&ometimes take place wherever there bigotry ; July mainly I i in U'rsite4' $tse. Ing1S4 IMIpar.wbitejp.rw4- t I
hjRibordtnation, and luxury wherever, there tract made between the United States and erence to the action of the recent Convention, are so high, economy as well as the comfort _g7-2w_ The work,ww bt I printed on & I

$ 1 is security, are.we therefore, to. ''remove all ; me, is to be repudiated i that I am to be deprived or rather .of a fragment therepC The Cdzcltc of the horses might be consulted by some occasional new type andO.qaa\io quantity tfmtt".<*-
least that it is changefof food and where fi 1 1Cy dinar j lized Duodecimo Tolane of ZOO ff&i C V' ,
1'ibstitution of citizenship nothingcan .
jg1)verntnjDntJr If we"regret v1irJ.uscr ray remarks the above resolution that ., '
.. ;, upon be It promptly :iMfUfd; o attended with in to be 'robbed of its virtue and its attribute. conveniently bad'lthy and grain, something .
who Ibur onkra
that il! ,
possiblyJHI i iena aceompapicd ithth.cnsl .
may the voice of Trenton in this matter is un ,
: The MfcjAikEES.T. .
friends ,
desireable of -
,Olwebieveftiwe' ?".* rret all bodily exer Equality, for which I prize it, must be strickenout might be effected, both as regards K1LGOBE ,0 v. i

< aITIawomrnerce'and s cicty.Ir hut I like not this ban. I gave away my Know-Nothings of New Jersey were fully horses, by cutting die hay quite fine and beaming neiL ..' n:5i. [_. j}:.t.r7" .. ;.... E4L

thel: objection, prove nothing decisive citizenship for another; this was the contract, relied by the South to sustain the plat- it occasionally, and by grinding or brui. ur WE ate authorized to anuoniwe THOMAS" To RemlttabeellDUdt club* of a of more fa,'' [per.opjl...,* .Jv'JG/** .i.
upon tQade.iahiUtQFpapB* ,
ing the grain. Hay cut and grain ground will II. HALE as a candidate for Tax Assessor aad Col. ;,
literature it will I have bond. But *
agaiast-aocient prove and must my you say that the not form, but the indications are plain lector of Leon the election .i v : /
much farther than in the natural County at ensuing i io Octo rti\f *
: go state.- Address'JA1ltS t? great dial more against the modem. Of I shall not have it To this I reply: You tober next. "
Know-Nothing Council of no free State will We know that a horse be kept in 'good 'Xugu4& o : 1
blassical indecency compared 'with that of latter are strong, can withhold it; I submit.If may .

.times.. do, not. think. so favorably_ as did'a it is dangerous to your institutions, that do BO except New York.Additional condition. on. -a daily ration- of three pecks of IT ML Enrroa:plcane announce A. B.TUR- JimeSO185.' ., X ,,- ., 3.

certain' critic,:who likened the former to the,! foreigners should come among you, I will cut bay and four quarts Indian meal ; and if NEK as & Candidate for Tax Assessor and Collector Dollars t' 4-
RJC ward.
nakedness of a child, and the Latter to that leave. It will .be a loss and an inconvenience by the Baltic. the yearly: amount of such allowance is calculated for Leon County at the Election, In October next. Forty (: ;1 t-
it will be found that it about MANY VOTERS. :D ANA WAY (rom the Subscribe, 'eo"tit* t1fli1ItsnttwoNegreMcedSAIat3IAti.
there is much of I.must. I whereI requires a .
of a prostitute; .I think too to me,yetlcnv
the last character in both but that the modern am not welcome, nor live where 1 am not LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. bushel of corn per week, er fifty two bushelsper t WE: are authorized to announce COUNCIL Sam is a dark mulatto about>ia feet,;three
: muses .partake more than the ancient. is as good as another. I will seek again the red The Liverpool'Cotton market clos&l dull, year, and one ton of hay, which should be A. BUTAN as a eandidnt for Clerk of the Circuit inches high,strowj bmlt aDd about tweoty-tter y *r*

undeniable. I do not care to prove what I cross banner, and on the cold soil of Canada and prices tending downwards. 'Of the sales of the very best quality for feeding a horse during Court for the County of Leon at the election in October old. Isaaee i it *Iqw.' hy',b"T, u. .taclr, ,;

:, n y, by a detail of particulars, and, am sorry repent like the Prodigal I will take my for the week, speculators took 17,000 bales, a whole year. This is economical; andif next. and I will about give twenty FOR'tY t DOL'LA.ijS yaits o i reward ft J.r t 4'. e" .

to add, that the point is too plain to require American wife and my American sons, and and exporters 2,000 bales. The official quotations boiling water should be poured over a part FELLOW Cmzzss:Having faithfully dischargedthe and eoo4oemea& 1 b4h ii ;J..t'G p.prehension

:: proof ,And use may not an early acquaintance pn the threshhold of their native country, they aro :-Fair Orleans 7$, Middling Orleans of the bay occasionally, and thc meal with a duties of the Office of Tax Collector,to which I can get them;or I will give Twentj-fcre JToflkr fcn

: \ with the best ancient authors, AS teachers shall shake the American dust off their feet. 0 11-10; Fair Uplands 7, and Middling !little salt added to it, it would give a variety : kindness elected me in October 1853. as is shown yonr by the apprehension and safe ''coonaenMnt\if' MNRSO/
of wisdom And. models of good taste, be My boys are the sons of the sires of 76 (Puritan Uplands G'J-lOd. The stock of Cotton in degree of succulence to the otherwise dry my receipts from the Treasurer's offiae, I respectfully :U*>u. ED.C. URGIB8.-' '

highly useful as a preservative from the sophistries stock, not Hessian, like some Know Noth- Liverpool is 549,000 bales, of which 3 l,000 feed, which would make it more relishing and offer myself before' you as a candidate for flection" I Centreville lion FlII..Jane'SO, 1855 ;26. i J'1:.
in October next L.C. '. '
and immoralities that disgrace some of ings,) but they will never know it. Of the bales are American. wholi so ne. --- .--, ---. DEMILLY.. .t. j.1
our fashionable moderns I It a true taste for sufferings of their ancestors, in the cold daysat We think this hint, if practically applied, tr MR. EJMTOR-Please announce-AUOUSTUS-- In Leon' Circuit, Court. 1nChaiicery. :

classical\ learning shall ever be general, the Valley Forge, and in the hot day at Mon- PROGRESS OF THE 'V AR. will prove of service both to man and beast, L FISHER ns a Candidate) fvr Clerk of the Circuit ,Bill. for. Hivorce v .

demand forlicentious plays, poems and novels, mouth, they shall nothing know. One thingI In storming the Mamelon and White tower both to horses and their owners. 'Vema) Court of Leon County at the election MANY in October.VOTERS.To Sarah Jane Price,. ,

will abate in proportion; for it is to the more regret; I cannot take them all, for one of works 5,000 lives were lost. The French took add here, being forgotton in its proper place, William 1'.I'riee, eomPI"t'a. ) .' t"J, ;

illiterate readers that this trash is most accep my boys has become American dust. lie lies and Their new posi. that horses will sometime prefer boiled turnipsor the Voltr* ofLton' Coun1!! :
62 500 Moe'CoirflLat.tfit
: prisoners. to the
table. and so debasing, the shores of tho Old Dominion and the guns ruta baga to raw ones, and meal will make At the of W appearing .
Study,so ignominious on tion enables them to shell the shipping in the request many friends r. O. BURGESS .1. alwve named derom funt.'WilfJain T,1 Price, rrtidea
so unworthy of a scholar and of a man, is repugnant -, waters of the Chesapeake dash upon his harbor of them still more acceptable.-Albany Country offers himself a candidate for Judge of Probate 4mtothe State. of Florida:,tjt is* ordered,that>tearing -"
'to good taste and good manners, grave. He sleeps well; let him sleep. rifle in Gentleman. at the) ensuing election in October next ami will bo of .the facts charged saM Ulf oC'ioApUloA be'
also lhaukfullul'
English have captured pits the support of his friends and fellow-citi
had the first
the at.t.ention.othose who Here If on Monday ; :
will,hardly'engage a new difficulty meets me. as .
of Homer quarries, losing, however, 500 in killed. THE CROPS IN LOUISAS A.-A letter from zens generalry.e a copy of this artier be tflbiished in'soto. MW
relish the original magnificence American tell I cannot
and Virgil, Demosthenes and Cicero.A the allegiance I myself have voluntarily undertaken of the Allies has been. slack. Alexandria, La., 22d ult, says: ROBERTS; We are authorized candidate to announce for Mr.THOMASJ. m>>nth* Iwfore the day appointed'forea'ul he :' ."

book is of some value, if it yields harm- then I am doubly cheated. But if this The fleets have burnt the Russian stores at The corn crops in this part of the State I Collector of Leon as a County, at the election Tax-Assessor iu October and ArC uans:' J.2WAYLES'YAtCER' ""3udg.' : .

loss amusement; 5ti3 still more valuable, if it bo net so, will England take me back ? She Tagaury, Maranoplo and Ginixhe. The Alliesare cannot bo better, and cotton looks admirable.The June SU, 1855. : '3n-2e, ':. .

communicates instruction ; but if it answers may; but wife and children England does not about planters will make splendid crops, pro next.t1r J.
fitting out expedition against Nalia- '
WE authorized and Hardware Cutlery /
it is matter of She are requested toaoooonceLEilUEL ,
l both porposes, truly a importance know. may recognize my wife as part vided no unforeseen calamity takes place.-
: Perekop. JONES as a candidate for Tax Aaat-SAor Shovel ,& ..
Q to mankind. That many of the classic of own individuality but sons, theyare The i is not well the stubblecane 0. i. ",v L
my ; my doing
The Russians are reported to have evacuated -, cane so ; and Collector of Leon County at the .election l in October -
writers ; the art of blending sweetness born America when their I milE Subscriber invite tH attentk>tf oTKetrUiit1JL
possessed foreigners, i is looking much ]better titan the seed next.
: Anapa.There : visiting New York, to their fetoek 'ot goods, tou/
with utility, has been the opinion of all men father was an American citizen. They can is no news from Tcheninga or the cane. We have had fine rains since my last WE authorized to WILLIAMH. bracing a complete variety ra the-above line; particularly

xrtthbut exception, who had senso and learn not stand on an equality with free.born Baltic. letter, and the river rose several feet, but at .c NEWSOM;: are, as a candidate for announce Tax Assessor and adapted to the Southern. *rid; whiebr they ar;

ing; Efficient to qualify them to be judges.Is English citizens. Here is the dilemma. Whatam The latest news from Sebastopol is unimportant the writing of this, it is again falling. Thereare Collector at the election in October next. prepared to sell at low price* for OMT'dftptitwetr.

history: instructive .and entertaining t We I to do ?, If.I live hero I am under a social at least 15,000 bales of cotton between Credit STOWASMA-KT', :

have from these authors a detail of the most and political ban. If I go to my native this place and Shreveport, ready for shipment To tht VotersofLeoisCovty: 128PesrI&,494WatesSNewYo'Jone23IS5.. 25-6n *
> ,
; important events unfolded i in the most interest country, my children are under the same HARD WORK Fon PRESIDE TS.-\n Eng. on the first rise. About 40,000 bales are in FiLLow-CmzcJS herewith announce myself a .,

{, ing' manner.-. Withont'tfce histories they have disabilitv. Who is responsible ? I am not. : store at Shreveport, and 45,000 bales in Jefferson candidate for the office of Tax Assessor and Collector Ju ce.' Court. .-..,..
lish traveler Mr. Weld in new work on this at the eosubg October election,and solicit. .
left os, we Should have been both ignorant of You told' I a respectfully '
become American *
me might Texas and from
; present appearancesthere With Nathaniel White, defendantsod. all
their affairs and unskilled in the art of record relates the following on the duties of yoursuffrages. Respect ; | THE
citizen, by rendering a certain consideration.I country, is some doubt whether any part ofit will WM. W.MOORE.I vt. I interested 'are
ing our-own ; for I think it is allowed that the gave it. Am I to be cheated, and my the President: roach New Orleans this season. Jobn 0.WiHiams and f hereby notified qf 14j
best modern histories those which in form r herewith announce myself a* candidate Virginia C. WDliama.mtncemcnt of dJilturuable .
are children, too trio Gen. Pierce i is remarkable for his corn was selling at Nitchitoches on- the a .' '
Although .
are most similar to the ancient models. Is for.Clerk of the Court at the ensuing October,election to a Juatiees Court to ta held at .a-.I'-
a/lability/ in private life, he is not popular.He .- 22d instant, at three dollars fifty cents per and YoUrs the
9th of sad
pbiIo80pby'source of improvement and delight Faith In Philadelphia Platforms. request your suffrages Respectfully see on day Juljnext to"8pea.( and. ttlj
is an excellent man of business. More !bushel. THOMAS F.WILLIAMS. plead to the Mme .Given"under Jot kkod. and seal ? !. The Greeks and Romans have given The Louisiana Know-Nothings put no faith than once ho complained of the tremendous : The s.nall boats above the falls of Red Riv. this 1st day ofjune, A.D.:185:" '-,," f;." 4 4DON. !I

U8-I ehall not say.the most useful, bull will in Philadelphia platforms. The N. 0 labor of his office, which is so great as to er,aro charging four dollars barrel for freight mVE are authorized to announce SAMUELW. cAMEltONfiAL1' .
WILSON u a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit June 23, 854. Zn .1D1tiee oft .* fc4
fundamental of human science '
say-the most ;
part .
Bulletin Whig Know-Nothing from Alexandria, to Grand Ecore and
says : scarcely leave him a minute's leisure. Some wagons '
Court of Leon County at the election in October next 3 .. '
t ; have led us into a train of thinking, The time has arrived when mystery and change in the duties,"he said," must be made, two and a half dollars per hundred for Fifty Dollars Rgwaxrdi;:. {,f fRANAWATfrwn

: which of ourselves we should not so soon have concealment will not be longer tolerated, anda as no man can stand the work, even four hauling from the falls to Natchitoches. the SoiacrJDW oil'th2h- q/ it);
taken to; and have set before us an endless free and independent will An Ordinance for the permanent and more .
idea he added
open years. You can form no ro' ottijBeamed; KClJlpJJP; >,
multitude of examples and inferences, which he demanded. The sooner it is made the of the voluminous manuscript docnmonts connected ThoXewrYork know.nothings are beginningto effectual Organization of the City Seminary. about 2S jean old five feet taoe'or.tien? laobe, bh.l: ,','

though not exempt from errors, do however, better. We care nothing for a platform at with public business which I have to out the weighs about 180 The, Coffee Cb1&a v1qn1.
speak ngaint platform.
suggest tae proper methods of observation : Philadelphia. It is impossible to make it a read." that in cases this majority SECTION I. Be it ordained by the Intendant and', countenance, and ha a, car on one'('., ._ ;:;;
and. Let oscwho undervalue Suggesting many Three newspapers have taken ground in favor Council tilt .Tallahauce. That tbe. aid to have been caused by. tie las&TnfiaU Negro'was I
profitable) inquiry. national one, for those who make it do not might be done by a secretary, he replied:- City of City of J
\liscbveries esir antiquity, only think, the Order of the entire Union the ; of the seceders, also a large council of the or- Tallahassee Seminary shall l be subject to the control purcdinNovherIastofJoserZwai, # I.
represent No, it is better to read and master even the and direction of the lutcndant and City Council who Montgomery County, N. C. If u probable. b*,will. .
what our condition afthts'day: : must have been, delegates from the free States, excepting New lengthy documents; for that I am in a posi- der at Seneca Falls. The know-nothings of for that purpose,shall be, and ara hereby constituted attempt to make I>n way back to IT.&* I will gin a
if, in the .a eif3arkiess_ that followed the York seceded. Abandon Board of Trustees. reward of 25 dollars for bisspprebeRiofr 4Ie1iytIX'to
having previously to cut a man short if he is talking nonsense. Cattaraugus and Chautauque held on the 20th : a .
destruction oflhtr'Romair, empire,'all the lit then Uie idea ofa National organization-the This admission is of active I SEC. 2. Be it further ordained, That the said me,or his safe confinement n aaiy JuI'cD'.lLat I can;
erary monuments of Greece and Italy had idea is chimerical and "utterly impracticable.Let significant participation at Fredoni.i, a meeting, at which they passed Trustees may, from time to time, select a suitable' Lim again. I will give A further;nwafe/2S dollar .,'
business of the Government
in the for proof ufHrieot to eooTietanT white ptemi elurhorrngorcunccallngbiun. i
number of not members of the -
is there thing productive resolutions of which the Dunkirk Journal a citizens Council and
perished. Again, any. the Know-Nothings of Louisiana be them to eG- erale! with them, and afford Any infiirhiitifln ntoeeitJog> .
of otilitv,and .nleasure in the fictions of satisfied with their State organization with nativist print, gives the following abstract: them request the benefit of their{ knowledge and experience said boy thankfully received. a.PEACOCK. i

poetry and tit the charms of harmonious compostitm i an open profession of faith, that tj every*American -' Cholera in the South. The resolutions declare that slavery is in the management of the general interests of sid Madison Co, Jane 16th, 1855., "4tf.or"

Surely it cannot be doubted; nor cituea and Seminary, and in furtherance of its design and object .
can subscribe to, they can sectional ; that the South has no right'to de.
.who of the We quote the following passage from a let. Sto. 3. Be further ordained. That the Pupils For Hire. ., ,,,.. ::
wiBtkey, have any knowledge beat the Democratic ticket otherwise not. mand for it from the North and
the ter writen by a friend at Glenco, Mississippi, sympathy said Seminary shall be under the charge and super first rate Cook. Washer and JImIeIt. U ller '
liistory of lem1irig, besi.tat to affirm, that on the 16th inst: "I expected to travel North should be content with the 'protection which} vision of a Superintendent of Instruction and such A' nee of th .,. Can bt hired ODIID'town.Wnoleaaie .-. : .*1 1S
t modem nations are almost wholly indebted SLAVERY IN N EDRUXA.-A Kansas correspondent the the constitution guarantees; against the repeal teachers in the several branches of education a* may Eixjuire at this o(5ea. S !
and but dis.
month .
this '
spend summer,
for the beautyoftlieir' writings, both in prose of the St. Louis Republican makes am of the Missouri compromise ; and (that Con from time to time be dfcemed necessary. The Super June 19. 1815', 24. <
and in verse, to those models of elegance that the following statements: appointed. The 'cholera appeared on has the to the intendent and teachers shall be elected by the Juten- -
legislate on
some of the plantations in this neighborhood, gress power question dant and Council and shall receive for their services ,
first appeared in Greece, and have since beeni "The question of Slavery in Nebraska and I am afraid to leave home. Gen. Polk, of slavery in the territories of the United such compensation as may be hereafter provided.SKG. 'D.: H. e i
admired and imitated over all the civilized south of the.Platte. has, already. begun to be "
States. 4. Be further ordained;That the iJDI
Superintendent TAAA,1L .
in Cbicot Arkansas has lost t '
orR *It is a'striking fact,that while in other discussed ;n.a calm and enlightened way. county twenty _" of Instruction shall be responsible forth* -. ., '. .' ,. f' tlii
parts of-thseartli .there prevails a form of Many of the settlers in that part of the Ter-. three slaves in the last three days, and IrA. And the same paper adds : To all which discipline of said Seminary, and shall see that the fIIIIJ and Retail;J3duOer j ill *

language BO disguised by figures and so dark. ritory are .from the Southern States, and ceived a note this morning from the physician wo say amen, emphatically." : rule and regulations that may be prescribed fur (he 1& DRUGS AND vwnrAf I E.m..
attending on the sick, stating that there were good order and government of the some;be properly ii ii1f"
i with'them. .
coed by incoherence, as to be quite unsuitableto some have their servants Theyare
more new cases, but he thinks they will get PELISSIEH AND RAGLAN.-Some of the Lon enforced. RECEIV D j.f aTfu
nd in tiresome would like from
t philosophy/ even poetry pleased with the country-they. SKO. 5. Be further ordained. Tbatit'sh.zilbc the J.UST' anppl.
along, as ho has taken them in time. My don letter writers predict that it will be ex.tremelj .- Drup & M.dicbeii, Paiuta'Oit WioJOw.
the civilized, ..nations of.,,Europe and .America to cultivate their portion of it in their own duty of the Superintendent of Instruction' prescribe
should have been so long in possession of a way; and they are' vigorously determined to neighbor, Mr. Wilkessen, has just lost seven difficult for Lord Raglan and General and direct the books to be used in said Sernmary gloss, Putty -&L ., .' ;

!r fctyle'in which harmony, perspicuity, simplicity test the question at the ballot-box, whetheror I slaves by cholera. We had a good rain a Pelissier to get along harmoniously. The well as the mode and manner of instruction:'Provided, '. -.U.IO-J ..,, ... .
: few the first since the 8th of \. cool and cautious and that and guardians of pupils in the Seminarymay
is parents
united. That days ago, former calm rarelyacts 500 ozs. Sulph. Quinine Farr, Brand .
'shall their
and'elegance are so happily not they be allowed to retain* i
; direct the different branches in which .
Commercial 25th. without twice while the latter they may 1UOU Ibe. Epsom Salts, '
priL"-Cincinnati thinking .
the Romans: and,'modern Europeans Lad it their new home. They believe i wish their children or ward to be instructed. 2000 Glauber da '*. .
i and brave lion but .
from the Greeks, is well known ; but where the region south of the Platte to be admirably i is bold impulsive, as ., SEC. 6. Be. it furthtr ordained That the iTt6 scholasticy THOYIUat flOll""11"L"- .,..:- '-- t:.,:
TUE PLATFORM NORTH AND SOUTH.-So something hot and hasty. One account tes wr shall d1Lod. falrt two. mwaamm u* w p .
those&tb ; 'of literature, fynqt so adapted to slave Labor, and that the Platte i the of the Know Nothing the recent movement which was so each and that after the expiration of tbe present quarterfor 100 u NeaUfoot" ". (
apparent: and"would furnish matter for too river ought in reality to have been the bound as feeling partyof that in consulted ( which provision was made by the first temporaryorgaW 2001 Linseed :. .,-' 'I'< ,: .

long ft.digression if we" were'here to.i i inquire. line between Kansas and Nebraska. the North, in respect to the Philadelphia successful, ho never for a moment .) the first session shall commence on the 200 M Boiled2 .-.f, :' ..:
; '
ary has been developed through the Lord while another states that he 1855. The vacation monthsin & 1 White! Lead
platform, press Raglan, first Monday of October, ITegs'No; f
In .
Missouri ,
the GreekTand Romans'am of too '
word The .
a our people wires be cut with and 8 itra .'
to :
and by popular demonstrations, they unanimously ordered the telegraph each aud every year shall be August masters in all polite literature,a consideration are aroUsed-on v this question, and will, and emphatically repudiate the of preventing the receipt of instructions ber. .. ty. Pure* 4 f ,i!
any recognition object
wbick4fItdLrougI1t to inspire for doubtless settle in Southern Nebraska in That all laws resolutions Zinc
reverence 1. Bt it further ordained. 6O Painty'
that j
Paris. It is also reported soon
t'leir writing and. genius.Ji large numbers. Whether, then, the territory of the rights of the South. They applaud from command he orders or regulations inoonsiateut w.jt. I the 1000,Ibalire: PijpinVJt cf.*v -. .-.*.. ... t'
-), the secession of the representatives from 'after his nomination to the chief the are hereby Qlaist'aMoriey'izm..
,. .4 H: W. P. JUNIUB the institution of Slavery or not, it is provisions of this Ordinance be and some 100 I3oxas Wtodpif A.Jartt.
Principal of the"Tallahassee Sem.'y adopts the North, and heartily approve their protest received from the Tuill erics, a telegraphic despatch repealed.Passed assortment of Faints materials-Brub H d\:': .'
City likely to receive large accessions of populationfrom the and that he 1855. .. D. It .AtFA .
against the Nebraska Bill, and the aggressions OB the .conduct of war, i in Council, June 26 Jf

CON ETIUT'JUDICIARY. : all parts of the Union. of the slave-power." Not one Know- at once, r'plied'- is impossible that you, THOMAS UAYWARD.Iutenxlant May 28,1855. Jl'OYonlcr :
HARTFORD., June 26.-1 House of ST. Lorzs, June 18.-Advices from New Nothing journal of the least influence in the at Paris, can .judge things so of well the as soil.1 ; ,June3O.1855. B l1 ad e\t"".. ". '
Delegates? ''tflay,. elected on hs part fourJadgoaforlheSuperior Mexico to the 30th of May have lxen receive North, has yet endorsed the pretended plat my responsibility, and the Wanted. of Ui'President -an4 IJt'p(4 ,

Court, as follows:- ed. On the 29th, CoL }Fauntlerov attackedthe form of the majority. They all."spit upon"it diers anil of iny own military reputation, SITUATION AS TEACHER BY A YOUNG 'JO e'lwacola* & Geprgia, Rail R# d{.Company, the.

Loren ( ;Waldo)&.the present Comm camp of the Utah, twenty rimes north of with equal contempt and detestation. The make me feel it a duty to declare that I shall A LADY :who baa bad two Tears experience in Stockholders of raid CotopWntrShe&by. nj jfjed.tqf ,
have not carte in cent of UteH1 Stock te-lhe 'M -
-' Know Nothings even in New Jersey and throw my comnind.ifl and the bestof testimonials. .Pussess pay ooc per >
of Pus teaching can
goner Pensions ; O. S. seymour Dem., killing 40 and making priso allow to do acting S 'reUryef Cotnpmny. at hi*office is tW *
the in !Therefore/will me Education with the
is stown by extracts blanche' thorough English bibber
a a
late member of Thomas B. But- ners-also ,captured their witha Delaware, as b Tallahaset.wta.. i '. _
a Congress; camp equipage, also Court llouse 't V .
is i ia
the and modern
And Cabinet Mathematics qualified
the Nebraska think !1" '
lertlsolate members of and number horses, sheep and provisions. another column, inveigh against what I proper D. W.0 W YNN-,Secreta Pro Tto/ '
a Congress, b faDo brom Polychromatic,
instruction tic
John The command the 1st of iniquity/' and clamor for the restoration of reported,to have replied Do ,as you. think to giro Wax June 16th 1855. 24- w. .,
D. Park, a member of. the"Legislature came on 'May, ,attacked Craydning.. Drawing, Painting Embroidery, f
,i" ? a., .< 4 a camp of 35 Utahs,.in, Shonatch val. the Missouri restriction. .' fit" LL' Flowers and Fruit Term f 600 per annum.. .' Dressed- Lurabef.- : ( -
TWo of',"- nommated I& ley, and killed two men and wounded ,fonr- In the first [instance, the adoption of the ,For further information address' r' '
regularly : OF BESFECT. __ I BY Vermont ; THOUSAND dFIocrhthMj"
; was stoutly resisted, by apopularma ,TRIBUTE D.M.BEN Watwlwy, *
Nothg candidates were defeat4 tit EJ- also! capturing their provisions, horses, j&c., platform .LL ) m.m .EKambia 1. a JlDeI JiebiI..
? ? ; Students of Medway Jun 80 1858.; --4t
the :
b 'The jority( the Know Nothing party, as repro. At a meeting of ( '"wedc &r .
GOY.cadchA..l... > the late and the chief df the. ., Command dressed Ixunber make Uw arwoodwa? by ,
e .r 'sented the Council, and now Academy Fla. the following; preateUe aud ;. naia'ReW' and Uai > H tohaI4OorOnulcs.
Minidf to Aca '-' [ toned.'iUy Fort Massachusetts oh the 9th.) in- Philadelphia S11ty'D: ., really cheaper than makiujf by ejir tt

.t 'ID : 'O ."_ 1 New Yoxxi Jane 29.-coton hu k lined 'we: see it i is rejected and ,repudiated by the resolutions were unanimouslyadopted: ;, rI BBE' 0Ir.,. ev4k4.Llu"April' 'J.LADD

dtJI1Idir' ) ; ,0",1::., ,'PJ&" ,' .... |'of"s':cent.,The sales to-day, comprised; unanimoas voice of the Know Nothing press \WHEKXAS, it has 'pleated Almighty God.on JWAS about f 100 in American row.f 41 in French : wPirt'.Juas9.38U..i fl-Lf" .. ,-

h .foUingJ i" .of!'North., 27th Instjto remove btdeath:8. MILLER do. f 10 insurer.coin., 1 Gold Watch; 1 Silver do,and.
Vas quoted !
M W.lUra'that brder.baft been reem .Z5OO bales Middling Upland In the .South the pktform; Scarcely more tine, of ouf number, and'as.wedeeply .la :3 Gold Stud, by ooe Thomas Murphy. Said Hun Ayjs : ZntRi4dd y

frr": t.rEthI1rnmap aarket'fhS at 1 1${eents per pound. ,Flour continues firm. If it ia offensive to the Know- mont the loss of our highly esteemed friend about B feet 10 iuebe higWdajfreomplextoo, blaek : ,.r ? 'iFl ,R..IJfP.1a:Ncic, 6aku it
acceptable. : t tfinARGES.
/ 91 93 ecnts bushel blue ."1 I of to front teeth
e t t. t. Tajr n f',;_;.e&m- -1-..!'''' laid .to, Corn is'I worth. .from a per Nothings ofthe North because of its reluctant and amiable.and promising fellow-student. hair brckea'oufc'aad and whiskers I*,,about:eye S3*or SO or year old.. ',Tbe wb- LeuUff..ffIr',aii, '.8V .it ,

s _. f' N ibai teate A RJVA .TO UrCLB TpipT-The St. affirmation r the finality of the Nebra&kaHll, Resolved, That we cherish,many./ond recollections criber oners' reward of sixty dollar for hit apprt Ciiiti.uP.IIIii'I'.Sardimee, Pick. .
that Fiv Freserysti.t .
Will SOOn be. reAchecL. ,,Looi '.papers:anaooncethe publication in Germany it is equally repugnant to'the sentiment the for him who has been,.so,ddenlyr: behaioo.ab "safe ktepiufiB I Y jail. .rl t dt. Oystcs354'. &.. 1'0'. ..

Common Stale Flour that laid nioDth oTa;novel'oft tratiscendant moriC ;entitled Soutlv by,wasofr of its timid and'equivocal I and unexpectry taken from our'midst,. ,by. the f, ." -JEtItM1AIr'Un.4DY.. : ,-.' .Or Tlfy: "'"
ago InJj Yat.k ll eOi nor 6e'-had the' evident tachich. aff, 'ft'. 18&5F_ 'J1LJr .: .
MBUye: Jvabofin Earope, opposition to the scheme or the abolitionists. relentless hand tf death. : ". 'I ft r.-r. '# Pi. .r
at "
the C lut .The, decline inibaLcity kzdng parpTttse of Trfiicit Isfoa; ifebnttratelhst... ",,- ; itbeahi in the' *tory.with the double .:; .And; afcw*. truly sympathise withhre&ve ; ,b : ---7' I : /1 OBI" !,' roB1 H.b1' ioo. '. roo. ':
two.1I'l'eb, hu bees G2js 871.. rents :' ..p thfdeeeajed; i t 1' : 6Ja4d.t" Aj.omj.d -. PiIt/
can i t diJb; ,fac'eyit ptovobei the resentment of the,Jppo" parents' and friends/o, .Jt'e'ifC t'Icnt .

(JJer bL-cittib ia the;.'b Jqmr'.eI', :"and'' 371 M tlvely : deli ted.1Ii : ... iUtHactlon*'of tfce Krio. Nothlrig party-and 'whose fond .tope. hava :been' jfr.aqdUenlybjighftilj' ;4 .Ny'q-.antit if'the cool -stuff; cLeaby: : PtOts :f, 5IQ,-; J' .w. OldVJs44t' ia Stowe it'abiavenl of,.dorocUfl-> thmparij' 'violent' D. LADD. L t -
'glcted f iti tho end will Jne.therD to con- ; M load..t'Newpoft.4 ; s1- > *
Jr. cents and has alIen- in the saoie' time. 5:a, 't tSeHrMitc slave systeMsoprevalaoh f1kL.-Ekhmod'Ercr.: Resolved, TSit} tlir Secretary' be:rdniested J New',Jnue 9..1855. ,tHt l4ar2S5& r"

per boeLoL throughout EnVopir. The work baa .



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'If < ---lI-I.u".t.i'-- ACADEMY- "t-T .i' .hEiH., '. .. '.o-Gitb,G'imbE5-8EBb'yn 'OF 'isi4.' ,... i .; tv.f.' )r ,D S--.: ]' ;.Tnt'. d 11: ,f---:1f.Y' :- ;!'J f-o t mtftrytG' l".nu .'tfNi r T -1. 1mnvxll:;. J

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rn [811 OB'IT'OJ' ma TTJtrr or JtO 1 : --i l- -' :->, .r'tCOTtONPlJk1TEWS: ;. hair; J which hat become CTey'panjuawaUr., 'to"ong.ini ., CLOCK AIm WATCH jJ"1G; ; 'I.w' ftDI pta ip tH 8ised B

-- ---I---.. t ,) .. I color -bring*it out wbei S lt b Mm.a d' Mel ta two doonbeI wMeDOlV I1iIdO t ..l'j't _1) s'k 6'1tt & and is ack.oideiIgei1! Ie Tae 6Ut
rnnc. ') .of Vbera it wtaUing'oft'oIeaM thhe*dbft]edaDdraff wilJbereadjM aasortmcotef Superior Ready Mad.Cothing,Fugel .

J .I 1M JeI 0 At.ddniCery.iDteod.iebof vv a e o and itching remotes alf neo raptkx and -< work ii>their lint I ChnBo&meter; .. 4 log Gooda Cloth*, C 'V'i1. ':eomposa1is j .I"-'ir.

4tiaj tIe Ia eft'tM tM pto or"-nagfe wn- 'I '-' '. .(. *yoUp perfoct rertoring the s e-| rCyliurss, !- ouY.rti1Wat" 'L'I''' ')tt : paitofth.f 3lowJigt sttieieW1Y..Blgc '. 1i1llbir< "vtofikfi! t-'d
retire to their original and aodf al the shortest notice; also JOu.-1I.I 4 eno ***
k-t itod w' located lue .0ItM tatfce TALLillaEKPJallDA. organs ". vigor! strength, btaeUi4TO tf&wM& -- :
''H *' t'' I'i AO thus supply nutriment sad eoloring matter to.ft.-) deeeribti6n.r'ByetrI' t attention to ,4' Dfew'ProckSipgl* ,Bnsst4,PrtkandBoincssvo&a r. fi.iijAuW."l.t'
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color the hair but is in drtermind r tt cl IIO'IJ'.rtall ffway dufatiNB. I, .1t'.Aj
doe not
i To COTTON PtiKrvu.od'eJkert ofthi end the adjoining It short a -,
I. Grand Scheme for Jtily 23 $ I '- and for 1 at 6timth'i \ .
,' ffaiihand Hair fcr orator and Tonic. Good work Horse Buggy, < f ayCa1Itner do. do "M r '
r Whca Prixei wlft bo distributed as follow,amounting To the, young who"! so much admire the beautiful- 'edil'' 11 t. and Colored OloA ( eOStI : d'Sd gfdri6.t 1"tq.d. '.i "
UK ., W E, Uie undersigned subscribers return-to yon lock and, ringlet,be feels that he will U pardoned if J. 0. HALL k CO.. .,: ., '.i'-. fa1a1W '.

; Sl50 cOQ. ii.imri.i.' our.w.h raosVgrateful 1_ t.IbrOUgb thanks foe this,very liberal t> .ofiTon tt. ad vioseugvetid by long study sea cxtenslveobeermtiona :Maroh.24.1855.. : .,tf ... : 12 II F eaklit"r. t'e.p. ,.. ,J. _-- -- \ I

.t oAssE.- : your Cotton kmdness Storage,;since Weighing we have and Seflibg be n. Bowness engaged'bit1ae inihisdty i stimulating elk. for the; it hair is ,to and discard keep all always cologne and Use New; Fall and Winter ,, ooda.DAVID' II II':.\VsEiei'VeIvet: : ,.'',s. 40 Ves- .' 530.. fJ,.. :. fJlJ

.t d < C.ArIT4& t .C&PTAL&p and we again offer 'our'services the ensuing sea/ toilet a' botie of- the restorative for occasional une,' '' .doa-s.vaahinere*,' .. "

r Priic of..f 12,000 1 Prize of... 5.000 eon atozr old stand, and.hope! that our duty in the and we tan.safely predict,that henceforth silver locks C., ILSO#; ';'M.iW1td Mawaine *' ;i4d If t i:tt .

i; r .. 2,000 1- -. 2,000 performance'of your business heretofore I has been so and bald beads will be unknown: for" aliltough ,UM 41 .ATJ.I I,, t. .. .. I;""'; I: ;
f 1 rose Ueesom' the downy cheek-the dark TS now receiving from the blip Remington.;WadiMJL : ; 1u lJh"
I. ... 1.800 1 ... 1.200 discharged U to secure patronage and influence may upon' AloeWbit J w
,1 r .. .iioc4 5 .." 1,0004O8 in the future. VeryJleepectfully tour eyebe''ever I-n and the"t
:s -i > ... 4uO X Ac, Ac, de. BROOilE & HDllSeptember still if the natural fluids b.: withheld, from the hair. .Winter GoooVaU which were himwlfin tat Stock Cotton and Merbb' !H'Q JJt _'lf"
and ia it become first'dead and harsh New Yorkand purchased on; Upmost fayorableUrms. betsiI eir ,.
Prizes ataounQug to......ii50,000df $. ISSi. S9Admistrator's coDsequenov Drawers Brown FaMy.Cotton-IaleJ. i I = 't.I f 2t I .
off will 1 be. of them at ucedpriceewhiawil1enablaitnto
1' then .Jf 1 or fall nature robbed of more .many Hose.iWhite Colored Cfcbbrie HaidktrsfM&I. .
j ; : Azents wanted ia every town and eity in the than half its charms; and 'although it is a'sovereignrem supply bis'customers and all who may fajvour'hhrf of which are. offered to the pohfieoa refooahte trfoe .JP .

:. { Uniuo., ,Cm applicatino M t Terms will he forwarded Notice. tly for those who'are gray. well as those who withfa call either/for sh'orapproiecl. and.wansatedugood as'-offered! in ..thie: HarkelCaH I, e .', J.
4-. 'tereftt1 PrizeMrawn at'each drawing under A ,Hi persons haring defflands against the estate of are bald,atm all Bee the propriety of making only, credit at' prices 'certainly low, ff not tower :than 'abd examine. .ii:7': .

i., the superintendence of CoL' Geo.M. Logan and .Bernhardt Loeb, late of Jefferson deceased Trill such an application to the Lair-and scalp as is calculated any house in this city. They,ia part consist vf Kovembef. 4, 1 864. all :othe4iq*; _bi -

-i.'J ;.', Ja1. A. "ubetXBqf 3nUrm n who''are sworn to a take notice that they most present them to tbf:undersigned to preserve it both in a ptrfect and healthy state.* Fancy staple Dry Gooda.8tationery, lorw t ms few fo"W.4: :

1 faithful perionn&Bce
!I due without discoonC. A1T orders rely on it, by law, or this notice will be plead in bar:their recovery School-Street. Hardware. Saddlery, are .ia'dj t'G=. .

.:. rictly coufidentiiL Bflli on* 'aD solvent Bonn taken, ; and all persons indebted''to said estate"are BOSTON March !054. Hollow Ware :;rooeries. Homoeopathio Physdofan.FFICEal 'aM'd the smm*,time .i "

1 at.. : hereby notified to make immediate payment to the i. Crockery & Glass Ware,. Iron and Steel. (\ the residence of Judg',McCante.tebJ ; iianle IIIfd DtlH1 *d D*l'elt. P 'p ..4J'
l Whole Tickets |8;Halves ,4: Quarters f 2. undersigned.K E. BLACKBURN, Trot Wood: Dear Sir-Having' become prematurely Hats and ,Cap, Bagging and Rope \ mile sooth of MontioelJ. FIa. ,Tb 'misery tbu I bar*. pYT'

.'ii i Address JAMES F.WINTER, May 12, 185519 8w Admin 8trator. quite gray, I was induced some weeks since to Bonnets and Trimmings, Paints Oil., A&, :., April 28, 1855. 2n. 17 J itoI4eslsibtb jssa., ::1 !ru" "
: : XanagerpMacon,'Go. make trial of your hair reetoraUve. I have used leas I
Men and Boy's Clothing tiistineTtTrsIteddJorDt1hL' S
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.1 : June, &. 22- Administrator's Notice. than two bottle*,.but the gray hairs have all disap-- October 14. 18M. 41 Notice. In October .rJrottg4 nk J, .
and hair has not{ attained 'Itl" "
peared although fully
'motitls after date the subscriber, late Sheriff ; my MONTHS after date (the ondemgned admk tic wrapers;' ,aatfwoodcrfal -
iii In its color the ofebaugeisgraduailygoing Florida Hotel SIX
Chancery. original yet process ewe* perk '.
Leon County, and Ex officio Administrator ofthe that in short time utrator of the estate'of H. B. Bradford. deceaa- 'r
; ft tXc CiieuU Court oftUe J/iMle Ct'rcvil f Flor estate of Ji-noette Patterson late of Leon County, on, nod I have great(hopes I have a also been MONTICELLO JEFFERSON COUNTY. ed, late of Leon Coooty,' will .zJ bi& bin final account Joy Dock sod Snps&1* I w.**aJ

1: .a. ida. I* Ze.,* County.rt. deceased will exhibit his accounts and vouchers before my hair will be as the dark as formerly.moisture nnd vigor of and vouchers to the Hon.:Judge of Probate bM on ties of it,.and eommeaeed taklcr jLJb twa"we L7.

__ Anrlre.rS.aarr.L'rlu llw. Kim .'''M' nf '.'.. nr_.:j O--*j- ..J >i-lj much eratifif at healthy TIlE undersigned gives notice to the pub County and ask to be discharged. to mv great astonishment, sorts all
| the hair, whidi before was harsh and dry and it has ny
i that he has refitted the Hotel in
:: f for a final discharge from the administration of raid A EDWARD BRADFORD, Administrator. and I could sleep all nigfct;a ttW I tadaot '.
e1 .[f Iiewis; Curtis Nathaniel Tbunton,t-t aUL ) estate ALFRED A. FISHER. ceased to come out as formerly. D. C. M. RUFF. Mon ceUo. formerly kept by Capt. New. April 14, 1865 15 Gm. two years: Wbeifl bad Ukett'ib bi .Dree

:f; .,,- TV HCREAS, on the 31st day March last in anT May 5th 1855. IS 6m Respectfully yours will be prepared to receive visitors by 13th bad nearly all healed. llysotesichantmenL pt wen
q Y Interlocutory Decree rendered in U>is cause by CHICAGO May 1, '54.-I have used Prot Wood's of November. The house is now iu thorough repair. Notice ,I have ROW need rn all ssAj-.

; .. t\tf\ Unit J. Wayles Baker Judge of the Court afore- Land Warrants I Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It preventsthe and will be so managed as to promote the comfort of Extract of f

b Nil it was inxng other things ordered as follows: Bounty hair from coming out, gives it a gloss and soft- guests and boarders. Attached are good stables, IS hereby given that lit:the next session of the Gen your I: consider eIlUow"1Lk.1DIJ ".

1 .. And it is further ordered and decreed, that all u T>OUG1IT at the Inghcrt price, and procured u ness very dc iraYe. The few gray hairs I had have where every attention is paid to horses. Terms as ra1 Assembly of the State of ,Florida,to be held now I entreat 'all mIle of th) afflict d! ''to1 tbl

L ., persons having claims debts 'or demands againot the AD for those who hare not been able to establish HJi entirely disappeared. Others of my family have used moderate as at any-other Hotel] in the country. A at Tallahassee in November,next, application will be I wiH try1 .
for' believe
ii. ssid Apabtriiieol Land' Company or to or the \ their claims. I f any have received a Ices amount li it,and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professesto share custom is respectfully solicited. made to amend the Charier of the.: City of Apalochi eure J'booia.cI. ..
:' lands Forbc's Purchase, or any portion upon f than they were entitled to. let me know it. Having be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Aveuue.J'Rm' .- C. BLESS. cola. B. F.NOURSE, ) world.-uy' the prtjodMe aa4 jai*trs j it

the said hinds do present the some with the evidences? had foUl t t'u years experience in the prosecution and 2Io ticcno. October 28. 1854. 1 y 43 H. Ie TAYLOR )I Corn snUtee. and proclaim l its great;worth tq sofi rieg-aaia4a d
ot Gorercment claims I understand the S. BEN.EZET ) entreat them to take it, for jt wifieura then.iL -
settling WOOD'S ,
thereof to Hngb Emj, one of tbe Masters
yi .'. of this Court,at his office in the City of Tallahassee ways and means of getting through the various Departments Liniment is valuable auxiliary to the treatment AGENCY OF THE /ETNA .INSURANCE CO. Apalachicola, April 23,[28,] 1855. 17 Carolina My ease,.-,Georgia is well'known and Alibema in a'large p3an.toii

y.r .'' till or before the first day of October next, and that at Washington. I have in my possession of some of the most formidable disease with THE undersigned, Agent of the above Company, doubt*abe,. I nvtte then aad'ifanf to eaU_ akvld
record evidence of 236 Florida 87 Alabama 120 Leon Iron Works sure; -.I.tal
L :. the said Master take proof of and ascertain'and reportupon which it is our lot to contend; for instance: inflama- receive applications for and make insurance lwiUtho'wthemtheien. .I brfc nd
;; the validity and amount of each and everyof Georgia besides South Carolina and Tennessee Muster tion of the lungs and bowels. By a thorough and con- against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. Co Alabama mile'froia eID Stare's I.T4'IooaA.

such'claims, debts and demands. And that the Rolls ofper engaged in the Florida War. If you tinued application of this Liniment over the regions of !Furniture Merchandize, Ac. Establishment is now in full operation. All r---- ,one R A.TAlI'm10Blf.Ferry. .i
: said; Master do before him uch have any Quarter Master. Pension or Bounty Laud the affected the otherwise January 29. 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. THIS
summon of the said organ formidable diseases will be attended with promptness and The Yellow Dock and ls- .
SarsapmriHa cetiltofrs.dapted
Claims, call!in. No charge it I obtain no
-l .- claimants or creditors or their agents as he shall as C. are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, DR. LEWIS all work done with neatness and dispatch.All ., for Iemate.'of deCcafo W111 __ .:.

-.. certain or be informed are within this State, and give B. Persons with unsettled business with himself particularly among children, and thousands of moth. kinds of work, inch as Steam Work,Mill Work; irregularity of meartroal dJschargt asdotJMr i
: nplicc by advertisement to be published in two ers were they allowed to speak would with all the RESIDENT 'DENTIST, Gin -
newspapers or A. Richardson are invited to call: without delay at Gearing, Sugar Mill-Circular Saw Machinery peculiar to. their .' prpprictef io}&t pcsfSsioa *-
I ; .' published,in this State and in one published io eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Shafting, uney.,,Hangers Plough Castings Brass a aotobm 9tttSe
office M Button & Whitaker's Store great of, tet of ear* Mrformed -
: t1 the City of New York, to all claimants or cred-: !my_ .. ,'LI,__(over__, V1_ 8ilrs.. ,) testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children now inserting Artificial Teeth on the Castings, &.;; also; Sugar Kettles of nny ei2e1e. pt of tb .abovl.descripOw.' 'V*'aijit'tiWarffieted. : -
w MLAauubee io"l.
|P/-3: '* ion to produce their demands and be examined toueh- C2F"BorNTLasos, Act March 3,1835.-Agents from the very jaws of death, and restored them IS new and improved principle, with constantly on hand All work don in such establien-J that a bottle or two of'Dr.:Ooy0tf,'&tra4t

Mlg the game And that any"person or persons a p- who prepare cases sent to our address,'will be charged to their former health and beauty. Again it will be continuous gums from one side to the meat will be done by us. with a particular regard to c of Yellow Dock and SarsaparHH irtll at oa4 HfaUto

} .- pcaring before him on bucu reference, shall be at lib- only J2 for increase and f'4 fur new cases for our fee, found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally other, without seam or crack leaving no place for the the strength and dm ability of the work. I those: difficulties and renew,the Mtund! ar tit-.1
\ij. [| Lily to contest the claim or demands of any other per- known as an Age Cake.or an enlargement of Competent Workmen in readiness to Put in boUtok. Price $1 bottle
,; for procuring their Warrants. Forms and Recordson l lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly always put up I- np qaar1 'JMI
eon or persons ; and that all sucL creditors claim. the ppleen,indeed in all cases where the external '
hand.C. application l life like, and restoring the original contour of the face Engines.& Sold Wbo ..lbet.lT bj.
0 t*" anU as shall not come in and' prove their demands, by II. BLOOD. TALLAHASSEE FIJL is of service this Liniment will be found use so ns to defy detection. He will attend to all rails Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for S COWL t MEAD' '111 CffABTRts 8T IT. 6Oeberal
0 tbf time above limited or such further time as the ful cash,:or accepted orders on tome business firm in this for tbe'Sdtheia BUtca toUta
} ALEX. IL EVANS i t CO, WASUINGTO.X D. C. i iu Middle Florida for Full Setta. Those wishing Full AgenU ; .
,. J- BuiJ Master shall allow for that purpose, shall be exMi March 31, 1855. 13 Cm r-HOF. WOOD'S VEGETABLE MAGIL LIFE PILLS. Setts can obtain all necessary information by. letter. place. Liberal pricea'pajd for old Iron, Copper and dl orders most he addressed -
: eluded from the benefit of the decree to be made in the Brass.
will in satisfaction and IF For'aa1ea1iUI Drag Stows Talkiai ".
He instance
b:4 '. I3Ls..uw.May SO53. Prof. O.J. WOOD -Dear warrant eveiy ,
\ cause: but such persons not parties to the cause who In Leon Circuit Court-In Chancery. SirAs we have used'and seen used for : prices to suit the times. Terms Cash nr when called All letters must be addressed (poet paid) to' oDd at ooo Agency in every Ton ia tb Soetk '
:' ..., shall in before a "
.;\ come the said Master to prove their iiumberf J. M. SHINE, & Co. Tallahassee; Fbu February 24':'1855. 8-: 8a
/ William } of years jour Vegitable Magic life Pills, we or. _
tlt'lllanda'are before being admitted to do so, to sign Marvin pre- March 11. 185-1. 10
,Z!. .: and deliver to the said Master a stipulation toconlrib- vs. LOn pared to recommend them to the public as superiorto June 24. 1854. 25 Andrew Z.Qvr.jtal.) ',Loa Grmit. laChaair -

'". .f ':,* ute, and pay to the complainants their proportion of U. Bradford, Adin'r. f'BilL aU others, and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor P. B. BItOKAW'S.LiTKflY ,- J..ear. < .
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WHITE & *" '
.: ... tb expenses of the suit tile amount to be paid, to of Leigh Read, tc. J For nettling the which they are recommended: SLUSSER Le .t.C..t., ** "/. ). .

: t .. Be wtlWJ Ly the said Master according to the amount And affairs of said B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albro, P. Jacobs, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Copper, m SUETALLAHASSEE SJAILED, E appearing to the:Court 1ij'didaTitiDtH btkis

::1' of Weir r pective wesezited." Richard IL Bradford, ] Estate. Orin Buzzel Spencer Sussell Edward Gilber John Tin ishf.etlron BriUania 4Japantd.-JJ'Gre. se,that the following turned dt&odarti'k the

,':.f yt ia time fore, fit pursuance of said decree,notice is i Ac. of Leigh Read Albro, Lucien B.Sweet, Elias R. Sweet. John Bucb- FLORIDA.- above case reside out of the State of Ftfrida,aad wt
i Adm.r.t On raft, Nathaniel Gilmore.JonicsH.Pine.Wm. Johnson ---4--s of the Middle Circuit! fkridLud the
I m
): hereby given to all having claims debts p flam
demiudagaitis& the Apaladrieota persons Land or Willian Mamn, Cra! Johnson Williams G. Lawson C. Farrar, D. Landers. Cooking:, Parlor nnd Wood Stoves, __J.!:_ THE: Proorietor.would In- hereinafter'deMgoafed, vis. Richard EL OgdcflC AbuT
Company or BilLRickaid Puor. WOOD:-Dear Sir Having used aud 4 received all trimmed and complete his friends and the Anderson and Cambrel 'rsekklo tie
-t to or upou the Lands known as"Forbe's Purchase,* Biiilej and his Wife, and : experienced JUST Stephen Dg.v
, titoate 10 the counties of Franklin Gadsden Leon and| othert J the effects of your Vegetable Magio Life of the latest improved patterns and :& j public that be has rebuilt his, State of Neir York; Charles Bade wk>nsUei I INState
't PilLj in I will that I for sale at reduced prices, and will defy corn- large Brick Stables at the old .stand and u now -
': Wakulla iu the State of Florida to present the same of a decree of the lIon. of Le my family, say as a family med of Lonieiana; Cbarlott E.Gtddea, Gsg*.LGedde.
-' with the evidence ''thereof the undersigned oii
the Masters of Bliid,.&, at his office in the city of 1855. in the caore aforesaid I do hereby give February noticeto them in several bilious attacks and iuflamations andI house Work. also baa attached to bb Stables a good Black Charlotte Gumming Leslie, atfoof SmoIair1iiI. ,
he will have bauredon.
smith all kind of
Tallahassee before the first will say that their virtues cannot be tho'liighly appreciated Sbop'wbere Janet Leslie or Dunbar, Mary LesH<'or Cs=sro<
Heads for
oo of Ornamental
October all Gutters
day next, pw sons having claims against said estate of Leigh Roofing Guttering, and
Plantation work Hone shoeing, Carriage work io
". nthcrwise they will be barred of all benefit under the Read) to file the same for payment as far as the assets fur in every case they have sfeedily triumphed Fin conducting Pipes, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead Lead the best and with and di.- Helen Leslie or Brown Mirrarti Van Berle orHkH*.
over disease and hence I feel in bound very promptness William Lesbe Imbwi:Hefca.annas Mbtdt wd
r i Dccrea rendered to rendered in duty Work ?
or said cause. of said estate will extend,within six months from this I Pipe Cistern Pumps. Shop of every descrip- .
t1 to recommend them to all They operate perfectly patch.November Margaret St.C1afr.kwk.: resfc* ID. orf pe: and
t ARCHER Jo, date, that a final disposition of the same may be had L jou done with neatness and deapatch.City 5, 1863. 44
7 Matter Chancery.May and the administrator released from said administration. easy producing no uneasy sensation, yet their opera- and Country Merchants find it to their ad. Walker Anderson. 'who ,the, Weftrra' Graft
f 1855. tion is thorough; and I am satisfied that nothing more before else- Wines &c.OLD of Florida. :
6. Sl-17w. rantage to give them a call purchasing Syrups, .
in most is than i It is ordered that said defendant* do ar and
these .
cases valuable app
Il The TimeS necessary pills
sr Wakulla ,Florida and Journal of
.''1 HUGH ARCHER, Ja., Clerk to and liba.e.m Otard Brandy Worcestershire Sauce. answer the bin of eonjpLUa filed to this ease,list ill
a .
: speedy triumphant cure.Respectfully
F Commerce N. Y, will publish weekly! until let day of and Special Matter in Chanctry. N. B. All our articles are manafeetared from Port Lobster
to the said ahew.aimed dfhMa ute reside
tuta9 October and send accounts to this Office. February 21. 1855. 6m Yours, :. he very best material and warranted durable-oojthcr cay
... J. B. SANGER.O. ) will be offered for sale. Madeira Shad. out of this State bat io the United States,within bar
J. WOOD & CO, Sbt'.rry.If Clams months from the pubGestion, of this-enter; the oVfendants
October 21. 1851. 42 .
: Plantation LIME.
for Sale.
., Proprietors, 695 Broadway, New York. Porter Halibut above named who reside n Zorope withki
"'.: THE subscriber offers for sole his plantation )lying 50 BBLS. in fine order landing from brig Acorn 114 1 Market Street, St. Louis. For Sale. Scoteh Ale Sardines, nine months from the publication of Uto. rdar;;a Hl

L. .- ,: Comity Fla, 221 miles east of Tallahassee !. and for tale by. D. H. Ames Agent Tallahassee l 1a. small Farms in Wakulla County, containing Brandy Peaches, Tomatoe Ketchup the defendant ,who rnidea aalhe .Vtfttcta. Cirptm

F9 ..:: ou the tote tint awl in the vicinity of Wanf McSTATJOHT' ORMOND. February 10,1855. 6 .FOUR 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and Brandy Cherries, Walnut. within two months; provided thU pubiieai-erthis

". -.It Keenab. The Plantation contains about nine hundred Newport February 3, 1865;. 6' out houses on the same. Enquire- this office. Guava Jelly Spices order be made ooee a Week for the time above luBtt.d

acres of land, more thus bdf of which.i* under culti JOHN W. EVANS October 14, 185-1 41 Currant do. Pickles, for the appesrapee'of the d.fek1IP1nS' asetJf

.;" t/ tivation; and nearly all under fence. There is on the GEORGIAMARIETTA.. Preserved Quinces Raspberry Syrup who resid' the Uofted States and sees a iooatli tat

,.''j1 place a comfortable and roomy' framed Dwelling tjJ3 3LilTY nM rDillJY ATTORNEY AT LAW, New Establishment. I' Pears Strawberry the period above limited Set De aMe nUee ef Ibid

1J \ Honsr.Gin House Screw, Stables,.Barns and all other BAINBRIDGE, GEO ." Ginger; Lemon M defendants above named who reside fa'larope.. '

..r{ necessary out buildings, with quarters for forty or WILL give prompt attention to all business en DYEING SHOP &0. Sparkling Gelatine Ginger M Ar f ttftiimnar .
? fifty negroes. Any person desirous of purchasing tho to his care, in the Counties of Thomas Flavoring Extracts Pine Apple J.WAYLZa BJKBB,7edfe.March
'ft r.JWperty? will please call and examine the premises, rPHE X five, Academic months year !i. divided into two sessions of Decatur Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. THE undersigned have opened a Dye Shop in Tnl- Spanish Olives Salad Oil, 10. 1855. 4m lmKoT.4 10
each the first commencing the three doors South of the old Union -
on ,
-4'.4 rf can learn the terms of sale by application to the February 17, 1855. 7 tf English Mustard, Capers,
,' V Vj l subscriber bo the Possession win be given to 20th of July, and ending on the 20th of December; < Bonk and are now prepared to execute with dispatchand Claret, fcparkbng Cider SNUFF. AND Tellett.

.. 'i ;::' the purchaser so sooo the present is gatiiered.t the second commencing the 20th of February and LONG & GALBRAITH m good style, all kinds of business in their line. Tobacco. Old Port Juice, .-. ,
$ Apply eooo to WM.crop GORM.ArT. ending otr the 19th of.rul]. They served n long apprenticeship to the trade in Havana Segars, D. H. AMS. PETER LQtULLARP,
11*Cadet are ditided iuto four College classes. ATTORNEYS AT LAW TALLAHASSEE FLA. Europe and thoroughly understand the business, and Noyemberll,1855 45
.: l'A .. May. Th. 1Su. 8m2QAdministrator's ,
The Annual Ho.43 CHATHAM STESZt S JTW X0&&
Commencement takes the Wednesday ,
< place on LONG & J.It are prepared to carry it on in all department ,
have associ-
": Notice. before the 20tb of JuJy.AOADDHO MA. themselves in the practice of Law. They pretend not to be able to make new clothes opt Notice. SUCCESSORS of Pcm OmeGa Loaiua> I

;}( :; STAFF. -- They of old ones, but they can renovate hats and caps color copartnership of TUNNO PINCKNEY t all kind SNUIT and TOJUOI
i' sabBenber having this day taken out letters will attend the Courts in tho Middle Circuit, the Supreme THE <
.- t. THE administration on the estate of Solomon$ Pip Col.A. V5BRUMBY, A. M, Superintendent and. Courts and the District Courts of the United dresses and thoroughly cleanse,all sorts of clothing .having been dissolved the.. subscriber will COS in general nseu ForeTtiiolarsaiMCnrW'
late'ef woolens cottons linens and silks-in abort they can continue the > : eaa be eUabed I by addressiac .ete: .
pin, Washington County, deceased, hereby notifies Professor of Hathemabc.a.Capt. States at Tallahassee.
t .j" all persons indebted to said estate to come fcr SAMUEL JONES U. S. A, Commandant of Office opposite the Court House. extract stains from every kind of cloth, repair cleanse FACTORAGE &; COMMISSION BUSINESS Ushment is m othsIdsst cf tUkU ialte.Uttei. ,
.. and polish anew,such articles as usually belong to ladies Statw.- .
; ward Professor
and settle with the undersigned immediately Cadets sod of Engineering. October 281854.
4 .. 's gentlemen's toilets. AU their werk will 6e on his own account R. Q. P cKNEY.Jr. Ftb.17,186& .4-lj _', .
a 34.all.cr4ditors Ugateee.and persons entitled to die- Mr. V. H. MANGET Professor of French, Histo r -
4 DR. J. warranted and they hope by attention to business to Office Noara COHXUCIAL: WBA&T.REFERENCES. Goods. .
tHbmiwvwiil cresent their claims, and demands within : ry. Ac. C. LEE New '
I 4." vtw year*.from the-date of this otiO,or they will Mr. W. H. HUNT A. M, Professor of Chemistry his professional services to the citizens merit the patronage of the community which they ---0--.0 'h T HAVE just received my Ml Md Tat
have cast their lot. Their terms will be cash and .
.1. .t- bt -barred of re ovry. 'JANE f1PPIN.Administratrix.. and EoglMi Literature. and its various L supply of Cloths, Casmeres.VeetiMs,AC.
vicinity in the and
the will admit
:4 as times gentlemen IVOXAHAM & WKB JOHX Fuun & Co. '
Mr. of ida teat
J. B. Professor JOL
GOODWIN Drawing. branches of eolo aDd otriSty,
Ji1 .',f of baa profeu. He can be found at all invited add examine every atyK
call their
;;. .tic.. -June 9, IBs*.. U-8w W.T. BLACK, Assistant Professor of )!&tbematics. tunes, when not professionally engaged at the Monti are respectfully to GOUKDIX,MATTHIZSSZW & Co. prepared to mAle up b the meat ktifcoall*stjW,.
t Charleston September 9, 1864 84 tf
fJ'. s--- cello Hotel workMay short notice and rtaeeaille term
: .,, Orociries.-:1 Cadet R.S. CAMP Assistant Teacher. January 13, 1855. 2 6m* Copartnership Notice. -ALSO-

J 1 Wm.R.PettU from New Orleans A CCNNELL,M D.Surgeon: Executor's Notice. A LAXOK AND WXUL aJMJCCTKO rtoCIREADY.MADECLOTHINO
this entered into
J'U8Treeei"ed per The Institution is under the direction and undersigned day a co
,\' 'ij < management THE .
boklsoperfine Flour. having claims or demands against or :
I of Board of Trustees in with STEWART ALL
1 ; (0 "ititra family Floor a conjunction a ,wise interested in the estate of Matthew J. .
I iur\Ie" wafer weir.
of Vuitois the Governor of CoDsistiog of garment
Board the
appointed by AND RETAIL every
; n ; :
.1.. !. 6 hhda. Sugar State. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 1 Allen lately deceased, whether as creditors legatees such'as. Cloaks. Talmas Coats,.Vests. ,Paat<,eV, V,
.: ;, 1 6" Sides, < or distributees are hereby required to present themto xX.VG- BUS i ;
which will be of at Jowprioe*. .
of Uie of this State the Institute disposed
; :: ft- Bboulden, COUNTY, FLORIDA, the undersigned, executor of the hut will and testament '
UNDER'TIIK"NAMK'AWD STYLE OF Also lam lot of Ftaio aDd Fanty.Szta CUUn,
-' has received from the General Government 140 a .
{ -j Plain Hams i ifi ia all of said deceased Archer A }) his
practice the Courts of the Middle or to I1PY, au "l I
.J. accoutrements and WILL Und .birta Crarats, Bfoek*. Hosiery, 'eK .
Cadet Muskets and field Battery ,
tierces Sugar cured do. in Columbia and Alacbua in the Eastern thorized attorneys, within two years from this date, out-M D1 feewttt tbowniatersstabyjivWmaiI.fl
=! t' 40 IIbl.Wbisey, consisting of four six pounder Brass pieces and two Circuit and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia.Hach or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; will be destriog a tioroogh t3PScb'I"
twelve Howitzers.The pleased to theirE
;: pounder
-. j 20 10 Mess Mwlasses Pork, Superintendent and the Commandant are graduates 21,1655. tf 12 and make all immediate persons indebted to said estate will please JL friends and patrons at the old stand tielea ban been selected-with peal ear*,end with a;
t-.4 ,
t' of West Point and both of have paymenLUOBERT : of E. Barnard of the Mortar .1 -.
ti _____ 2"boxes Lemons. as them had G. ALLEN Executor. ,Jrniigu ,cor- 'r.1'OD'JtU -
long experience as Officet'l'and Teachers the public A.PERRY. AMAKER per of Monroe and Clinton streets'whereill .-
I April 21,1855. 8w 16 -
i1 best Spaniah -.T .*; -- the ftvrnnwUt discipline an.1 I thAit._ ".. lr *,rv full',n<1 tretmnH. AMMtnt01. arti October tl. 1854. 41
-, --- ----- --- --- -- --
I 500 Ibs beat" Roll Butter course studies "r eau .. .T ATT EtAW' Blacksmithing.A appertaining ithr line of.bnsines,and solicit : .MY .
;,j For sale by BEBHY & ROWLE3. forced. H the paUooage of their friends and the pu 1io. DRY .GQQDS1; 6WDS1ETTON

!: March 81. 1855. 13 TERMS. lay 21.,''J863. 20 TTAOHED to my Livery E. BARNARD.. : A:W-HTTAKKS tte .vnft ver WRembgtoeui
Tuition, Board Washing, Fuel], Lights and I :2\. Stable is a Blacksmith Shop O. TROUP MAXWELL. .1J E. oI-
rI at4
Most Approved Corn In Use all other contingent expenses per session, of five I D. P. iu which all kinds of work'apper a-gl" '
JIlll months to HOLLAND February 1, ((4.) 18S4. -6. in Fall aDd Winter uyTc .vii: ,
advance, f 112 to. taming to that business is done in good style, at short
)Vt moat approv d LANIER;, CORN AT LAW, Mack French Doeskin, Irish U
'MILLS Surgeons fee per annum, t5,00 notice and on as reasonable : .l..u any
for sale thfJl
by the!.Subscriber.' These ,Persons' Qulney Florida Fey French Cassiiaeree, Blthd and &sI
further ,
desiring information, can obtain shop in the city. such Turn
Farming implements
a as
Mills have been for some time in. this OF these celebrated GioI.h'I&1. Warranted Tweeds
UM;through re"er.part. : Fancy DamssiSiJrtasj.AaMrfedFhaMls.
copy of the Regulations addressing the T l ILL practice in the Ploughs Scooters Rods devices Heel Pins 25
gion and .of Georgia,sod cift perfect sat- Superintendent Courts of the MidcHe Cir- Tap Teima |125 ea Jk. Kentucky Jeansi ,
or member f the Board Trustees. ,f cuit and of Jackson Rings and Iron made 1 .
any nod Wedges, and
Franklin kept ready constantly -
wftwdon grindiog' with ease 40 bushels aDd the rise ANDREW Counties. BEARD A DENHAM, Agents.8t Plaid Lfoteya, 0i ro&8tripes,, .
J. October
; ia the with SecV. 23. 1862. 42 't on hand. This will afford farmers an opportunity l3m
day lest than the 1855.
ordinary gin :Marks May 12. Printed Flannels XinDen.
power applied Marietta, Oa.May 19 1855. 20-3m to
supply themselves without being delayed.P. '
to it. The maker furnishes band -
a to pot it np; Opera ,do. ro5nPWdi,
WILLIAM .N lls. .
SCOTT .Jn.1'
and every one warranted to give perfect satisfaction. BlaeDeotme. CtatenWaaoel.Bloe .
J Call and examine jhem at D.LADD'S. Salt. fA TTOY Mr 'LAW January 13, 185S. S I KY.GSoubandandor sale'low by. N .... B.4aaita. .1-t.." ..,

: ApriL| 21,.1855.. 16 1'50 SACKSooarseandfin.Key WeatSalt ; MONTIOELLO FLA. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS 100. m HEIBABUST.August .. Fancy Calicoes ,,Bad '
: 100 sacks Liverpool Salt; 20 I 19.1654.. ". 8S English Fri ,Nav mi-
July 1853.: 30
Fresh Arrival Aodiog and for t>lfl by jan Printed.Vervet 'Wi .

-PROS :.h'k II ElIQbeth..Sawaa, MeNAUGHT A ORMOND. 'P?E undersigned still carries on the above business Hides Wanted. Assailed HoSiery.Qcs ftiW <.

R per Dee.. 23. 18". 61 NEW YORK. J. in all its branches. Buildings well calculated:for DRY Salt also ,and ,- '
r r: ,eo- viz- !. .5000, or Hides otter DeerSkins 1 :U.1 o.u.b.. r. 1"11
:i 10 Bibs.Sugar Cracker I I BREWER dc CALDWELL, despatching wagons D. LADD. ifor which the 'higheu f Market a- .. .
6Soda J Spring ods. SUCCESSORS TO CENTER'& CO.. Newport. September 2, 1854. v .M price will U paid by,' D..C.' WILSON.October < .- Driwers.N4ptiDs.ToWsl .

)Ji &,s- Batter "' I. mHz- Subscribers are receiving ,per, Gamb," GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS MILES ,NASH. .& CO.: ,14.-1854 41L'im1erLL'u.uiberi ',' t'; : < *, .' .
t4 6' Lemoa II JL'Rejnbgteoaad other recent arrival ,. teh'T\I .
,complete : ev/UpCff.
.. r 6 BOXM Maecaroai. ; 'I j.. .: assortment of Goods suited to the ,Spring aDd ttun> o.20, OLD SLIp'. Dealers in Drugs(Medicines,,Ac.. I ; .. AU o&rtd at the lowest price k J: '

'-' ._.G Bibs.Crashed Stujar.' I I ... per season enpsisting io' :May 18,1854.1 19. ly WOULD inform their friends and the public] that A CARGO OF.DRESSED ,LUMBER,:daily to eel orei'theBlwt._. ,.
]I' "._._ h. ; arrive ,from ,-Penssoola. of:first aid
l ", jz.a._ eel band a good assortment,of such coosisting kiu4r5cett. I.Qet.148 I.
-a- '
; ,d JC4Jr1bp bot, Hats. Notice. articles as are generally kept in their line of business, second quality FLOORING?SEALING WEAtIL.ER'BOARDlIIG ; $. fJ. t- _. _

o.... ORA ._. _< tl. rme P 1m'te Canada French,and English Straw, 1i aft r date Undersigned and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Add BHELVINQ. 'Alwf 1011OYPR -- dked4L I,
; -ALCJO- ; Platen Black I gbort, Super.' ;Miss. and .SJX'moi1 .of.Udee: Potter exeeotor of terms shall be reasonable. 8S SHIMOLEa. of-whxh will be Bold : 'ai 2 i

; 'I Bale Faillill Palmetto and Sbttocketttriprfl 'LaJie BloebwSjtnmmAd.aod, nntrimaed 0 Wubingtou County;will rjreseot hi, *deeeased'late final aet and of Ta11a1Juaee..APril,9th': 18581 14. low,if engaged bsfsre'deli very.from vneel.
OeneJwrs, Clothing vouchers and ask to be discharged (rem the 't Flooring cannot be Olkt4-alaDt fcr abort the :_. ...' = '
aame. ,,1
and Harness -
/ 4Dales % ,. :: Buggies, pnce.thi&can be sold for., by D. LA. .: .
i4OnbfgI ..J\ SBARPLE88IV $
Sack;Frocka PaUtott; sod?aata ofCkrtb .Drap dTh t I AN 'rt : .:J :
5ra f.. i.BboelO Qaeea' ,.,OMsini.r Dter'( LiDIa Yebr-ury..8,1855. : -6m{' :' -,. For" Sale by P*''BkBT\ &.". April 11. 1854. _. J -ig .- J I T :-;: r"( I ,. -.fIt f '
Negro Straw Beteiw1tbA Gwred Jr.on LiDmt amflk*,DM Skin'Oottoo- I -T Subscriber J just received LuND M. Folsom,OempX, ) Leon arc I Cox Lf 1JI .

f' oteral iiadmectbfWdwa1 : .,. I AJIo ftI&I hirtaUed.rihrtsThs! ,rantl .< Glass* Oils,' Wblte' Lead,.&e. ;very. large supply Carrisfea, v.;,_ In .-.

-. ,iI11- -JzgRT&11RowL. 't ci tAA'BOXE8 Wi f l i OJaa. elted .Bumpet.and; ,Hame.which] be offers \Ii 1fo1; ilJ1 r Dr". tlft al_ ,'aWt'daoed
sizes 100 .
AriU&tla <.1C' 'lJ t. ,(Bwtfaelecpy. for sale) on the oust reasonable > .. priceeJ 441
.. Shoes and:Boota. t WbiteLead, pure. extra'No.'l.0 -terms.. .;TT1thb; .tt ibe"1'C: tn"t.w -
; -4< ''1'nD .. .'Ia lll I ::8.barrel.-LlDleed Oil; November. 1814.. 48Notice. deffDdatl bsthL1'bcttjskf -:" .J"J&Hnul fl i.a
\ : j CM1ItthIL ,
: ... O ; .A T6Qath&riIh fresh
C' supiss 6. 'IardOiJ i : .theIrkig.Q .
Dl NOsTIs Hardware : ., ldolUJ.'J& : ". ',: ,
O ; -*. t r
It = XegaincPaint, : WU" W r' 0"
P ilo CIA -
'fl.Jt :.Wood wxsndfaU[ aorta.} {Which we offer 1 S*( ages'Flre-proof Booths after date.the nndertigtedadmjnistrail : a'tWre .. .l'' ._. n. .11, '"
'Dim.lm.; ;
pa ; Paint. ( SIX tl j of .
TMJCOO .iamIj I aid I 'bb1a.J _.
paQ0JzaLd.t2a .vi7MIT .: ,.tbsosp.gdouoiwlaicb I Urrtli : of the, t.\WiI.aI -
2 Train Oil;I bbl copjYin sb- sUU of fJEliah McDanil ,; .e'd b ubii'bpd lascznT1Labais e1l61rit -! -. 'L.r.., .
O"I 4'.U" 1 -fanrlW- rer'go frhjod >and paIroy > Spiiita ,lale of Leon \ ,.. .
Turpenline ia bsmli aad at ntaiL'' ,: bii final Mt ijutiot, th'rtt' (1\ ; .J _c
t lh. PoliiJ. r i r, ,- .aL '.J"ar..w
.. M'BEET. NEW YotKs2,1UL' -p11 t -f: McNAUOATtOBMOIil< KL'D.. H AMm., 't OWWltll.aad. ask t.O ra f "btb.iTPll. lOt d for adbS .- I'lli'm.111.I) -.. ......"... .'... H
)' : o'cmbtr 111 18S4. 'ElNTON8AUND2t8,1A4 rr: ; ,' W..y 1M .
2Wwr Sewport Mafdi 17,18W.* 11'-' 4. puu: )..T"lU' S W"*
= Dtcembtr .
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