The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
January 12, 1856
Publication Date:


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


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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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these.officers the'provisions'of r .
OX 'A BILL TO BC :EKTtTMD make the Convention guilty.of the ,absurdityjof..charging existeoce. ,Hie elected 10 the 'manner provided in the first section -"&!,.& *,'and :. U3NTLfl1t t i"eli l'!

wIththe performance ,o(duties that, had no : '' cWeWiir- D.,.: : -" -; iief
and thepouxrs shall hold'fbeir offices for ths same im,and aJEI.&e by u qa.d e
Judicial Circuit to confer hare .t e
4'An Act l. create a.Fifth Court as a tribunal has no doti l. The Constitution,'as we : : ,.-. -i .nt : '
n' .. *
how Taatlthi7tfdf ut"
the Court said firatsection.:, Provided, -, sionututoI.'ad ,,
ih Justices of Supreme upon the Justice provisions IHlftC\
duties of with t '
tkWloe.ih the in .
,nd seen, confers powers upon common elected tieVcV fc*. nr .. .,',". !
Court shall be by general : Ct11joflbWitectIOt
'tht Circuit Judge" but the duties attach exclusively to the Justice, and pertain to the of the Supreme' above qnotedis 'sertainly .amb1gu us, h4taconstrutngjtj I .**# 'i '. dgesottM. c&.

-, --- administration of the co ferred'. -If this be true, it must follow ] The third Section < 'decidW Nnr izmnd1at.priaace&** wj -
powers '
'the mannerliil
EXECUTIVE CHAMBER.SSEE l i of the duties, the : we ihbuM'eonrfpm: as far as possible to tttMfto* emit C. iIa4tb, :'i Y..i4'iH.xQCat solamn
consequencethat speaking / '
as a necessary 'Could that body have iateufod &. 'siatsloed these dfclsiocs >
it. hav
TLLLLRi ,"NoviiiBrK 24, 1855. S Constitution embraces the Justice as part and. parcel of the Court ofthebody hiciadojitd tU odber_partoaento of Ibe Goversmtot aboloh th*
Let its power
section to be construed literally General JUsa&Ur>a no
4luwt'ti .
Ttlltno-CUizeia of the Senate If so,the General Assembly must show a special agency or grant Provision i is made for tbe elestio'o'of Justices of tho Sopresttt Court, ,,and Wremore.'supetsede; bf:trarisfrr theJuitices-encrpt Igr
I* of power in iU favor,'or it can have more"authority to supersede "whemtatr-'the C6rt, or : thrCuitilon.
House of Representatives : the- electors voting by generah ticket, Uie thinner aalborbed. by
and Judicial Circuit and to or change the Justice than it would ve to s p rsede or changethe by qualified! C.etstadh amending he Constitution m '"--. ?**r -J;, t -.- .
A bill entitled! .o\n Act to-create a fifth General Assembly shall create teparate'S.pre. : :
duties of the Jus-ices of.tfie Supreme Tribunal itself. 6 bf Constitution."'If it is tree that thi CflasHtufioncreated consldcratiou and ttlretopt t)
and devolve tbe rovisions' this bill mider ,
the : the :
confer powers ,If such exists'under_the Constitution, it must be found t I .ill now famine "
which both any agency did Mthorbe th4liviZ$ ; 'ooncliafons' it
Court the Circuit Judges, passed Houses the Supreme Court,.and not Slembly Is'ittCOoflLBl .%ith the;
upon Sections of the fifth Article.- ; aLe_ la what particulars "
either in the third eleventh
in January last, did not reach the Execu- to creai' ,otberi.or "sepai'atc"Sprem. Comrt, arii trw aiid .tii :tWOn. which IndacwiLuwithaold -me
of the General Assembly Let"us examine them.. The.1 IttTSection requires that the" Justices .ny wbi41'laan' arrit d, iUip '
the office until after you had adjourned over to the fourth Monday of the Circuit Court undertake construe th. language of this ..cth3lit.ra1lyii. shaH sjgnattr&r So:'far'as it rclat s to the .Sopr.
Court Chancellors and .tty
of Judges
the -
Supreme "
month. Your absence made it impossible trie to re--; Houses be forced to conclude that th, General Assembly, aeting aj a cosstitational idc. i'follows: : :
both it
In the Court .
present elected the concurrent vote of majqrity ;
shall he a jt
five' days and as r could obtux and in adopt!? die Crooi afld after tsb*' i
the bill with my objections within ; is ministerial ; Convention, was strangely *;. } Sec. furthtr enacted, Ttat :p
tarn of th General here enjoined purely .
AssemblyThe duty
toot, consistently with my views of duty, approve and sign it, it fail ; the Governor to commission amendment intended 'cimpij to provide for an election by ilie Ratified of this act, tie Judges of thu Circuit Courts, elected or: chosen
as-much the sage
of the Constitution to : so, as duty enjoined upon should an impow'biliiy the Sopreniir :'Court '
ed under the 16th Section of the 3d Article ;! them,when' elected. Suppose the General Assembly had electors whenever the Legislature perform iu pmrtcanse.of the Constitution, shall compose ';
Court under the prorisions cfa and -all th*
by creating a separate Supreme sod shall exercUe all the powers perform
become a l law. concluded to dispense with the concurrence, to and had elected the of the State,
General Assembly for such in it To charge the Coaventioo -
the action of Constitution having no provision
to arrest Would such election duties ofauohCourt.
In interposing Houses.
ballot the two : '
the of
the time being in a matt.erof so much importance, I assumed a very Judges have been"aJid by joint! Would such Judges have been constitutionally with.such folly. would be doing it great injustice.But Sec. 13.Be it further enacted That the Act entitfed .In'Act

myselt as well as a proper courtei this is not all. Tha consequences which would result Cross Coirt of the State of Florida'approved
and justice I hazard the Supreme ,
I think not to organise
grave responsibility ; chosen! Would they have been Judges ?
Government, requires toold bs most embarrassing lu with this Act and all 'other '
of the such construction, inconsistent
co-ordinate department found who under his adopting 1851, being
action. held under this amended section OB the flrst Itfonday with this act beand the same.are
which induced my election was aud of acts inconsistent ,
the reasons would acts +
ree-to assign oath to protect and defend the Constitution, have parts '
fifth Judicial preserve Assoclats, Justi .
Chief Justice and two
of creating a 1853 for "
the October ,
for the present question Now if the General in 1ed. ,
Passing the office under such an election. hereby re{ .
accepted -
of the General Assembly the electors voting by general 'it shall Lethe duty of said
elected qualified
Circuit: I w.iti consider the competency Constitution which amthorized it to elect Justices, ces. They were Sec. 14.Be it further
.* the and devolve the duties of the Justices of the Assembly, a how ticket, and entered upon their duties ou the first day of January, Circuit and they are hereby required as Justices of the Supreme
confer in small Judges,
to powers could not the manner election so a particular, ,
vary elected
had been
the Circuit Judges. 1854. In doing so, they superseded the Justices who hold annually at least one cession of said Sojprtme
Court the electors Court, to
upon the electjon to qualified '
Supreme it under Constitution giving _
from the Constitution. So can a under the former amendment, and before Jacksonville one afNewnsnsyille
of Government by.the General Assembly, Tallahassee at Mariinna
the ono
We derive and 'devolve Court at ,
powers elected
i : of the State, remove the Justices by theme
far that instrument undertakes to vest powers, or jurisdiction, or elected t the term for which they bad been elected had expired. Nowif and one at Tampa; begioning-at-Tallahaa on tbe
as duties others not
and so
has provided specially for the appointment of election of those their'powers; upon the Assembly was we are limited to a literal construction of the languagfcfif this first Monday in each and every year, 'and holding Hs
the in which General
charged with their administration, its action is fundamental, and the' Having now seen the Justices manner Chancellors and Judges of the Circuit amendment, it must be shown that tbefGoneral Assembly iPoyprior other sessions at such'times as they eball determine upon, and: the
General Assembly cannot abrogate, annul, change or transfer, either required to which these elections to the date of that election, created a separate Supreme Court under said Justices shall have authority to hold such'other special tarmaas
with its Court: let us ascertain, if possible, the time at tbe time had not ,arrived for each and
ves'ed, or the officer so elected, and charged The of the provisions of this Constitution; or deem neoessary, and shall receive ,
the BO that Judges they
power be made. The 12th Section requires may *
ascertain how were to in force and consequently that election shall be detained
and they -
section for day ,
ecntion. Let us then consult the Constitution, the Circuit Courts shall at the first session of the General Assembly when the amended was every wssion, three dollars per day every

far it has vested the Judicial power of the Stale, and how far it has this Constitution be elected for the term of was void. Ifoo, the present Justices are usurpers-their adjudications by their Judicial"duties, as also ten cents per mile going to*
be holden under ,
vest it how far it has distributed ) to all been unauthorized ; the amendment of 1848 is still computing the'distance from the respective
have said
authorized the General Assembly to ; that unless and returning from places,
five and shall hold their offices for term, sooner
authorized years, under it whose terms have not expired *
far it elected "
tibunalsand Justices .
Judicial force and the Justj
jurisdiction to the made in this Constitution for the removal in homes said es.It
removed under
he General Assembly to distribute it ; how far it has rdained the address provisions impeachment and at the expiration ore still the Justices, and only} Justices of the Supremo Courtof has been shown in a former' part of this comm'nnfeation, ;thfr
of or ;
those charged with the administration Judges by of Florida. .tbe 'Justices of .the Supreme Court to be
Time, mode, and manner electing of five the Justices of the Supreme Court, and the Judges of the State the Constitution requirei .
and how far it has devolved that duty upon years ouch embarrasmcnts would necessarily result from a literal con- the electors, yodng'by g'eheral ii ket.- They
of the powers, the Circuit Courts, shall be elected for the term of, and -during their Iected by qualified
thfll General Assembly. careful investigation upon these points, behavior." |. str.ucticm of language of amendment and furnish uQmistako- were so elected for theterm df six years from ;be first day'of'Jsnoa%>

conclusion, as to the extent of the good evidence that it does not represent thejnteotion of the Conven. commissioned by the- Executive.'These' 7os
correct able ,
will aid us in arriving at a Beyond choice between individual aspirants, this section ry, 1854,and were
Judicial tment of the simple does is found in its own actionon lamented who has!'been
granted to the Legislative over the depzu the General Assem tion. A further evidence that it not, ticcs, except the venerable and Douglas,
powers certainly. confers no discretionary powers upon amendment undaj consideration p3lSed'on well l life earth, are still I1nt
The of
Stale Government.The that wouldgo this subject. called to enjoy tbe reward a spent op
would be difficult language
Indeed it to employ
first section of the fifth Article vests the Judicial power as bly.further to exclude all presumption in favor of such powers. The the 23d day of December, 1850, and the same body, on the 6th day office, protected by the Constitution,,and exerciaing'the powers! vw' .
entitled "An
fellows: is and ministerial. The General Assembly January, 1851, and at the same session.pasj .d a bill ted in them by that instrument
both to matters of law and duty required plain, simple the Court of the State of..Floridaand as undertakes, to create anotiafSupreme
Supreme above
"The Judicial power of this State, as is instructed at its first session to elect the Circuit Judges for theterm Act to organize The 12th Section, quoted

qnity; sh3'1 be vested in a Supreme Court, Courts of Chancery, of five and at the expiration of that time, to elect the Justices a doubt existed on tbe minds of some whether this act created the Court, separate and distinct i from the one created by IL&onatitution -

Circuit Courts and Justices of the Peace; provided, die General 'years Court and the Judges of the Circuit Courts, for Supreme Court, or simply organized a former creation the ofuc'ulopinion ; fer it declares that it shall be composed" of thif
oft/ic ,
Supreme J
Assembly may also vest such criminal jurisdiction a may another and different term. So far ,as the election of Circuit Judges of Judges of the Circuit Coarts. :Jodges were
"Courts but such jurisdiction shall not extend by tho General Assembly, and promptly furnished. .An office the qualified electors of their respe'ctlv
necessary in Corporation is concerned, no discretion, as far as I know, has ever been claimed With ther, and different by
extract from thatopinion is hur given, as follows : respect and derived from Constitution only original
offences. Judicial districts
to capital for the General Assembly. All have conceded that the instructionwas ,
The second section of the same article confers jurisdiction upon and could not be disregarded without the violationof to the restraining operation and eifect of the ninth Section of the tbe arisdiction. In providing that tbey' ball compose* the Supreme

the Supreme Court Jollowe : peremptory Constitutional duty. And when the identical language, same article,,! am opinion that a Senator Representative Court, the General Assembly confers upon'em all the' powers' of'

Court, exoept in cases otherwise directed in tills; a yet Circuit is used present General Assembly of this State, is eligible to a seat upon thoi I such Court and requires them to perform all Us duties. 'There b6t-
"The the ,
Supreme which makes this so plain in reference to Judges Ci----- r .iia Mfrtnlil.. _._ .nnt nlipilile to__ civil .. ', :. .
i "
be any
which shall
Constitution, shall have appellate jurisdiction only to the election Justices of the Supreme Court, discretion ueicti 01 me oujjicmc uurr. .v. --- -- --0. h ing no authority iu tbe Constitution for an appellate.Uourt so composed
in regard bill has Jtaen '
under such restrictions and regulations, office of created at the present session. A. wVrrant -for its by the General AS
co-extensive with the State, claimed. It is not claimed, however, under the section above quoted profit but there Is no organization
is Court not
not repugnant to this Constitution, as may from time to time be prescribed but under the third section, which is supposed to control and passed at the present session organizing a Supreme Section i semblv, and consequently, the Coa-t is the cfdature of that, body;
the first
bylaw; rorufofjjhat the said Court shall always have modify the character of the 12th.section, by conferringupon creating it. The Supreme Court is the creature of and in direct conflict with that created by the Constitution ttselC . isue writs injunction, mandamus quo warranto, habeas 'the General peremptory Assembly discretion, as to the time that the appel 'of the fifth Article of tuo Constitution, and the law creation.lately paased" This only But suppose that the tribunal! was czaafed by the Constitution

corpns, ad such other remedial and original wrjts as may be necessary of the Circuit Judges should be terminated, by the i provides for tlie! organization: of a constitutional and that this law U to be regarded only as an organization, 'where
aud control of all other jurisdiction official : from tbe State's law adviser, was placed upon i the Its to
opinion cduf'erjurlsdietion
to give it a general superintendence of the Justices of the Supreme Court flow far such supposition does the General Assembly get power upon .
election with the
Courts:" well founded, be ascertained by examining the section Journals, acd: wont to tbe people in company proposed these Judges I The first and tenth Sections! of the' fifth Article of

The sixth section of the fame Article confers jurisdiction upon is It may follows : amendment, and was considered conclusive as to the creative powerof the Constitution do authorize it to confer jurisdiction'not, however

the Circuit Courts as follows: .. relied on. of provides five as from the election of the Judges of the the Legislature. Such,too, was its effect upon the General Assembly upon Judges or Justice of the'Supreme Court but upon corporatioif -
the of the House of
For term years member
"Tbe Circuit Courtis shall have original jurisdiction in all matters and thereafter until the General Assembly shall otherwise ; for the Hon. Walker Anderson, a Courts, and Justices ofthe Peace. So far from these grantj.raising'enD '

riril and criminal within this State, not otherwise excepted in this Circuit Courts of the Supreme Court shall, be vested in, Representatives, was elected Chief Justice, and several other members a presumption iu favor of the possession"of the pen
the the ninth
provid. .. notwithstanding
powers Associate Justices,
voted for
io'tne direct -
u were as most terms -
Several CiteCoQrts. claimed, they negative such presumption :
Constitution. of the
The eighth section of the same article confers equity jurisdic ion and its"duties" performed by the Judges Section of the sixth Article, which., declares that no Senator been,or for there Is nothing better settled. than that the grant of a.part of any __. -

shall, during the term for which he shall have of the balance. In thii
as follows: the of the Circuit Courts are leqnired to Representative this State particular power, operates ss a, reservation
this section Judges officeof under
The General Assembly shall have power to establish and organ; t By tbe duties of the Justices of the Supreme Court for five elected, be appointed to any civil profit of which iha, case, however there is no heed. of presumptive evidence,.for tbe fact
the emoluments
but until perform which shall have been created, or the Contention not reserved but exercised thtl pow
he Court or Courts_of original quity jurisdiction otherwise provide I exists;that only *
a separate shall "
and until the General Assembly &c. This election
the Circuit years, increased during such term, may nibl'U-
shall be established and organized, have been leaving nothing to'b appropriated bfth. General :
Courts er
such Court or and by the 12th Section of the same Article it is provided that the considered a most solemn decision on'the part of the : bill would
Courts shall exercise such jurisdiction. of the therefore be except what was specially delegated. The effect of this
General Assembly shall otherwise provide" at expiration made under their oafbs of office
article authorizes the General Assembly General Assembly- decision be two Courts, in direct conflict.with each other
Thfi tenth section of the same fiveyears. The two sections must be construed together, and in such the Constitution, and leaves no room to give us Supreme '
follows that the Court wag created by created by the Constitution, deriving its povnr and, juris?
; one
to confer jurisdiction as to make them harmonize. In this there! is under consideration ;
Peace shall be from mannet, if possible, as when that body, in tb? amendment the other created the General Air
*' A competent number c If Justices of the there is discrepancy. The effect of to doubt, that it .inten diction from that instrument, ,
fortunately no difficulty, as no General Assembly, only
time to time appointed or fleeted in and for each County, in such tbe! two sections, taken together, is simply to provide for an electionat uses the words" created by the words organized by iiGeneral sembly, and deriving ita power aud jurisdiction from that body. '

mode, and for such term of office as the General Assembly may direct tbe of five from the date of the first election ; and ded to use them as synonymous with the But the 13th Section attempts to disembarrass the question, by repealing :
expiration .
be prescribed by years Assembly." tbe law of 1851, organizing the Supreme Court i' supposing
and shall possess such jurisdiction as may to th Judges of the Circuit Courts to exereise the powers, decisions either of
I require Court for five But we are not confined to legislative upon that the Justices elected under the provisions of the Constitution;
law.Tf.ese of tl.o Convention, and perform the duties, of the Justices of the Supreme have both been decided in the most solemn manner from'office tri ,which 'event the"Legisla:
extracts fix with certainty the intention and until their successors (the Justices) should be electpd and these points. They this State. If the would be thereby removed ,

so far as the general construction of the Judicial department of the years, Such is common. It is found in the organization by the highest Judicial authority )known to created I by. tive Justices would .be enabled io get possession of the Constiutlon*

Government is concerned. They show that the Constitution vests qualified. a provision very of own State Government Court was nofcreatcd by the Constitution, then it was, al tribunal. Suppose this could bedone, would .1* Court'Constitutionally :

the Judicial! power of the State in certain tribunals of its own creation The of Governor the Executive is required department to bc elected our for the term of four the General Assembly, and if so, Chief Justice Anderson was the oath disqualified created, and unconstitutionally ,supplied with'Justices, b.' si
; that it distributes jurisdiction to the Supreme Court, CiTcuit remain in office until his successor is elected and for a seat upon thntl-ench. Therefore, taking Court Court capable! of action t 'The tribunal itaelf adjudicate nothingandhowever ;:
and to that the
Courts and Courts Equity, and expressly confers upon the General years, Will it be contended that this provision authorizes a postponement of office, he in the most'solemn manner, decided Justices Semmes .and was ample its'powers or'jurisdiction, if there are no officers,

to distribute jurisdiction to Justices of the qualified. the lirno fixed by the the creature of the Constitution. Associate exercise these powers they.must remain fn a state of fasctioo. ,Nor '
Assembly power of the election to a period beyond decision when they
show elected, made the,same unauthorized .
Cou ts. They subsequently would the these powers by partks'rerievb
Corporation Thompson usurpation
Peace, and to a limited extent, to I think nof."There then is the difference ? The ,
that the Courts are the creatures of the Constitution, and derive their Constitution Governor to four and ftntil his suecessor accepted their offices, for they. could ,not have .,sworn" to "preserve, : milt. r. It is conceded .thatth. 'powers Vested in, snd.:jurist
serve intended
powers and jurisdiction, except in the instances above specified, directly one authorizes is elected and qualified, and requires year the election to be held protect, and defend the Constitution of this with State,Chief Justice they who diction':"conferredupon. [ the Sup'me.Court Ito ample.for all jpiT?

is a coordinate aid in its violation by associating! !! a .that tho Constitutionally JusUees)
( elected'
from that instrument The Legislative department time. The other authorizes the Circuit Judges to exercise to ))SeS. .Now suppose ,
certain His of
of the Government, deriving its powers from a and until the General Assembly was constitutionally disqualified fur ce. should all die, resign, or 'be removed, and circumstances prevented'their
department five
: certain for years, of the amended section has, if
the same source, and unless specially authorized, can have no power -. should otherwise provide, and requires the General Assembly to The question of construction_ In former plates from being supplied for a 1 length'of'time ;; xv-njld' the"_

to raise or create a tribunal or tribunalsAn conflict with those such at certain time. To my mind, there is, practically possible, been still more authoritatively adjudicated. a Ziierc4rnJruc'ion' fact that,tae m ample. po" r 'hafe been'.Conferred upon the, ippcllate j-**"
: make provision a .ed to show that if vx adopt a
conflict I.attemp the General take .
this authorize to
of Assembly
can it vestjudicalpo'erin at tLne'appointed part argument pjosaesstoa
Constitution nor
created by the ; difference. The duty of the Legislature amendment" then the time had
no of this '
of the language tribunal and exercise its I Certainty, 'not. Then: ,*
that instrument in controlled or modified : of that powers ;
vested I think
with that by is plain; and is, no in October, 1853, when-'the third
them their may, how- rebates not arrived on the first Monday if the removal of the Justicesth.Gneral:. Assembly pannbttaiVpossession
To create the tribunals and assign powers the third Section. So far from it, that section entirely the election then held was without .on
of those charged by section could be in force, and that the tribunal and eiercfce fts can ii COD[ nothority :
election of _
have been powers
and the appointment or of the and seems to .
ever, be one thing, to the and duties Judges, The Court had,prior to that '
powers Supreme
another. The tribunals Constitutional authority. another party to do.sol Or can a body 'e zifer u'pba
trith the adminutrstion of these powers'quite designed to enable them to continue, to the State the benefits had been elected, taken the oath upon ,
and the officers ; time organized-rhe Justices 'which it does'not elfpOlBeaal I.lhlok not.- .,
been its
be the creatures of the Constitution, tribunal even-should the General Assembly failor agent, powers .
charged may with the administration of their powers, the creatures of the of an appellate its Constitutional, duty. of office, and entered upon their duties. These violation distinguished of 'the juristswere Constitution To show the danger of cbnteding the p6>*er claimed by this %Ijw 'I
refuse to discharge deliberate
General and this fact brings up for consideration one of the of the| General Assembly incapable of countenancing a nd." for. the 'General Aasembly 'I,will offer an illustration frpm&it
Assembly; But there exists a doubt as to duty hid to protect and -def
which they sworn preserve of government The l3tbSection of ibth'Article .
this 'department
investigation.To of legislative
involved in examination
the most important questions this it will be removed by au .candidates under this amended
existing on subject, each and all, became Constitution that the General Assemblj
such distinction And they, of the provides
far there is a of the yet
how and made
determine correctly a'part deciding '
12th clause adopted
the done.without
amendment not
the could '
what the for re-election. they lawfur vac'ancies that Io!
ascertain section shall make'pr81rsio filling occur
) by .
must Thatat may
in tbe case under consideration, we Constitution on tbe 12th day of December, 1848. It provides ordered.. They failed
Convention meant when it used the terms Court and Judge-whether the expiration of tile present term of office of the Judges of the that the election was constitutionally and retired from office. either-
of the Court, and make the Justices to receive a majority of the votes promptly ." In obedience to,this mandate, the General.Assembly'pasted
the as a part
ft intended to treat Judge with the hereinafter timedefend the:
Circuit and at the same
of the Constitution, or, whether the Circuit Courts shallHbe This[ they ,could not have done, ; a law authorizing qualified electors! of the County, or aenalorial I .
him, like the tribunal, the creature Court and the Judges of a80r8'weie constitutionally '
of the Supreme their sude '
of the Government without deciding district m- which such migEl exist fllHt by election,._2
Constitution, vacancy to,
the department relate
it blended to commit him to Legislative of (The "exceptions" on- and duties of 'the
elected for a term eight years. then, the powers '
Assembly. Information cle ted. In assuming that on'the fourth Monday iu the jpreeeqt mdotitlt
and make him the creature of the General to the classification.) Here it is expressly made t">e duty of the first elected,,decided that the Court Now'suppose
obtained in the Constitution itself the Supreme Court, the Justices should ba found tbat.nine new Senators.are occupying seafa tbpoathefloor -
on this point can only elect Justices of the Supreme Court at ex in from their offices
General to
Assembly '
Constitution, retiring 1
the io
of Chamber elected the
be referred. the creature of.tbe Senate ; by people sapplj
sod to that tribunal this question pirationof the then present term of office of tbe Judges of tbe was were constitutionally J ejectd.'i'be .' 55i
that their snccesjqra tie :
The first section of the fifth article quoted bove vests Judicial Circuit; Courts." These Judges wereelected in July, ,1845, and they decided elected under the third Section of the amended nine racahciea'ca'uMd" by'resijnistions.Mnee adjou'rnmenrln "' "
its Justices; :arI8 : ( be personsltj or'jyiicailfnMgreealje
power in the Supreme Court The 2d section fixes jurisdiction their terms of office expired in'July, '1850. That, then, wasthe time present ththat theywoud-! preservepfolectand ; 29P1Qae| .
from 1e/too1i a solemn tQ.A renialnip'f ten V"d Uier. in nc5rrind4will's
and the 3d section provides that For the :term, of five years at which the Constitution required the General Assembly to electJustices : r u Constitution.This they:couldnot'hare dope with .It' 'eo
the Circuit Courts, and thereafter. until tbe mouth of January defend the ; m jorlty, in the other;: Roese, 'it. t2e"1.W"yhicb ; md
the,election of the Judges of buHbe duty was not discharged.until- ',themselves:Constitutionalelected.! l .- -afda'
were MJnatorL 1d. .i
of the out deciding that they. ticpebpkhid clecied th : $
ihe General Assembly shall otherwise'pro;d the:powers months thereafter, and this fact, .shows, jlbejvvisdotn 'haM all' ;/'preserve/- '' j .
1851six Circuit1 Courts ''V --it t'If. "
the The ..7tidges'of the ."Yar.te the .. ti 'nioTlo' i'tram{; t t;
& ireme Court shall be rested in, audits duties perforrxcd. by of the Convention in giving to the Circuit Judges,.the powers conferred protectahd defend the CQ stittitlonM. and eaeh of them has rendered ,: .1U11 rth i (I I.u ; i1S8 .' 1 t. -ti

udpl of the CircuitCourt"o by the 3d section. cheerful l ohedie eto', the mandates- of' thSajremeConrtissued ," 'of tb giatur 'but ;fth! ,ejlle;5DI b1 tIrf b''i
virtue of the-pow- a ,
hat obedinceto :
\ if it i conceded, as Lbdieveitiz: by In;these elections, the General Assembly' rendered a tardy -the former,' or present Justices. In thus acting, ofkloglvjiaalogoug /ahn .cajj44jt :
of the 5th' Article; however whether by Conititutional' if*, .Bntl Way .
second Sections, obedience, .
and Constitution the Constitution < .
conferred. by the first a' mandateof the as the creature of : : .f :
Constitution, it carL&a'd7te terminated tbey'bave fecognlzedJthe.Court; iupptee <.?eo ral.'A" wtrtas .0. P.. -
the Supreme Court is made .the creature of the which accordance with the provisions of,that instrument Constitutionally elected. r f '

denied,hit by rirtne'of the third section, I in wbgchihesdezzzeaJpo.z ,forever the appellate jurisdiction,of the, :ircuitiudges. ThepowersVested and.the' present;Justlces\as aoting'on'deVthe' oath or office,.commissioned "t> tQrtn9eo the'. ,.,,"S'n \il'r ' .,,ltb,'w' .W'i"L.t ?

of the Circuit Court when, them the 3d section The Executive, ; ( WJ t'4t p4eedat! SQwer ..wIKor. ? 'lfIeMii.
are veiled in the Judges in,'and the duties devolved upon by by which, .he recogntwd-tb.creiono .
also made thcresires i in and devolved upon the' .Chfet'jLstice! lAo'dersprii ior 41 d tie, ponEneiembrs, flhzeJ ., f"UtI, .
Court they Were vested Jus ,.
:'at Justices of && of the 5th article, were then the7 Co'ristrtufibn, 'and. commissioned the present '; '. '? ( "H&t1 i..t rt ."

,r that ..Instrument. And if they,.baring no powers' con Justices elected by order of the Constitution, and.tbey became tho' \he.Court by. _' onizedtheir. election: (.. Constitutional. ,.; f.h I ,' P n OJ l'a'i" .. "",1..r .. 3 -r ,".)
be e diV .
thosa legitimately pertainttg.bUi0 -. .tbes:lbyvhieh .bv U rnU, p.80' "IW. uv. J .
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fer4 uponthem by this.section, except oftliatiustrument. .v ;that2l' .departments'of'i&eGovernment : IIJ'"dir ) fl" .it.: l
creatures i : "
: treated as.pact and ( which became .of the rTIuts i\ l : i-rf;1 .OJ"T ,'th""t} W a UI 1.'fP'' 'sw'lt
a .
Justices the Supreme Court, were : A farther'amendment was adopted ,part rMebfartbeConffll d bftheir a uthatCoul1 i.'th..8rft: t g ':rY, HH"ttr : &d;i 11tI .

Ireelotthe! Court,and, ptsfced upon the same touting Vkhthe tr Constitution on the first January, 1853,.the:1st' Section of which 1 t'th'prei l ei Jo i die iO 1 L.iiit

'*aal Ueirit; *rould ''be fficnU to assign a good'reason, ybe1t1csf.th4Co ;; provides as JoHdws: f SwSprorlsT i1 1 J d ? ; 1 Ia!! d/; t 'i mu's" '.' 4" *1l; 1' ,; ., 'ef'. .

" cirt*rho lexed should:not occupythe samft 'oIfthey .- "Tbajjontho first Monday in October, in,tie'year'one'thousandeighth bTu then &< &$*'W **f*WtrfQ tA.nM a1atii y .:, ''L01Lj M Mi.t' ttJ.'itr-"" \1'URIC81
Constitution J .
e g :
does not apply ui Jp ; .Pr"MI '
11 i, do,1UD distinction taggeite4/ trod red: and JMitT-three,:apd on, jth Jirstondsy; 'yOcJober ntloGf thome.utto.ixe-.them: er & Circuit Jodtfetf f ., .c.:

tlzt4 ease,,because,the tribunal 1 and.the Justice are- alike- -made,..:,- the everj t4xyu11l'tberlaf't. y' there shall 'Be elect I ,bj tbjs"qualifiedelectors \\1SES*. combined, to'abolish the,Courti rt. MMk, AulW i !:s BnrwouWJuttle be Hmbr '" if '
'CIrcutts'.df tli one,.
Judicial' : autlaorizd b.Y *
creitu5 or me onltitution. \ ,; 'cY:ehiof the relative litest that.lniam4-rna ner : "J.i'ct1lrIL rr
/ bTf amending 1 of on1 . .CircuitforVhiehnimay1 : / it a pbint.worthy roreftM
Convention : .
the '
; 1teutnfof who *baUe '
ihat'sdehW the CircuirCourt
Tftho* JoteoWti* Ixni... .Ht.n :-- ,"1 f.t'i'':b'r: "t : ohd Section of tb8 fiftlrArtJde of alt4i Cd : '. .
s1 ted'hcf sSm ; in' offlcft I theLtifrni fiBixyeiirsifroni iSgasL' c .
6i fcetfhat ** fcjWjgSimtbetCircmtJpdge be-1ieteddcontinue j : : e4I q tt an G .Auemblw ijo" .' _" _,_,
tftfufttleM*f*( $ %> next tygceedjnm kel : .,on.less Ih&estow C deItngtlifIi bto: the .
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:1 1iitka4yet.Un tb Courtiitsdf./! i4ict10$&%gr sobherremo'fed II4.-tk! provision tin Mafir In IhU**-':&Coijitiution;JTlw'8dfllffi' ,," and J11"ldlebn cU!4, ,. r t !1 1t '1''J.\.1'4. n wea1 ae4 bt- :,_.. -_-, ._. -. ..-
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4 t which It fchfttild bold Its sessions, and min, he nece ;.t ;'" t v-' f- : i *
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irgulfctionsTbe section fixing' tha.nurober..fJ:; :*aticQ' and, pro;: Le'ing ro iujt Cort'tluiJes. : .f't. ,.\; 4t! ,. Ie ;> o & "; when ao altered then? and not until xtW t tT11
tiding for their-election, is the hnly one pertinent to thil injury. These .Ve' NX PC* tboe1dt'M11gat0'
That section nrovides that the Justices shall be elected according figure_ show. "that_ under_ the proposed'airangefnent_ ., A_ d'1.uitsat. 1IP'IIAiI4 MP... S : :, may snch a law be !. The operation of
should have only three-fourlhs of the amount_ of labor tp aevoto 10 WUTC1UWI ,JIWWCBV OJ -- this Florida KaUroad,. Act Is Ia oar InnnLle
*<,"th"e-ptt; ; oftl Stitntion' NovTwifst.-wero the -4i pro-, Circuit duties'that AVB now hnve; and'show k4b r,- thaC /Dd" ? To the exclusion of.other. matter;.wvinsexttpda -'T 'N m tage-"&' .Thomaarillecaqpe (1if 'de "

%l&iona.otba.toiuUtuUgiii7uUijder. which! the. present ClicesVere) for six months is exactly equal to .three Judges., r.tep" 6bths- comma* bringing several fffl (
'tf&ledrert'Wat fluf Jaillei 'shoald be elected by the I t Q i'le sage of !tba Governor, in yesterday c') '.

.'?tjtt* ified..lecton' Toting bygeI; !l Uetandfor.. the.terpi of six under They establish bur present the fact arrrangement,that we hnvt or' w'eitherone"Judge-. shall require an a lditi UIIt n of, mcated_ to the .l late tJeneral! Assembly soon mails. _'with:.papers from Savannah_ down electedat to ges ever ofanyjopIo.perpeItatedupot J ; .The* trights people&'C "O.Jeltr.DI1

rtsrs. "TLu'were.ejectedjojw J q ofS 't c rjth.those provisions, ando one and two thirds under lh arrangemeji proposed jby the bill.--.. after its organization, on the sibjeet"ot1loiijn the 8th inst. ,No Speaker hacl been raeett wilhoat hwiorif pletse
lar: as ther rexionct'rnedTth"e: law iaa5 been executed, and has Now if we,deduct ooeJ Circuit JoHge (rt mhKe prtfSent.unrobe/,knd'; xnth ;paAtISuprq| jCo rt system" the last accounts. The President sent-in soninay tWdfiuiay&y -for th fr objecfthtf you*ti6caUoaof

*jxits d,beyond the-control oflhe.Geiieral Mzuby.! .Tlio bill und J.. devolve the'whole duties upon three,.the praseut would be cheaper adopted 'in:1851.....a _matter: prettyfollydiscasaed i hls'anDulr'Mesage-the'Slst -December -a Railroad: acth1ckourAu ib1y.1ia
.tOD .rad, seeks to1imt the J ( the p tut Justices to two sygtem of Courts than the one propoatd by about one uaafdol' the i 'el h read. In the and 'by"
i orJeu.but-l L mbly ueiv tht nchastrctii" would through the newspapers during bat the House refused to h i '& right ,tojassv* A, maiorirj, their
8 .c '' lars per annum. Or, if we add to the number: tJ4dge* proposed has handled the and 'toari 'vote- may.ratify eaid act and bVthijr{ ntifl
Gnd d. Bot Governor considered gavenso
l.e.C ant to 1be.Conaututton, therefore The Senate, it was
5Upiic pact
upig siall have year.
nntil tliey.eflual present Circuit Court .strength, we .
; It. ou1dresrj''tM--: c'' ouldJ> to'remove thevafcticesi'and thin .eiit about. 8ve thoas-II.: $ n with 'gttai ability.. system coating more our:pr* systam, by much I less..Ui e opposing pinority; ,for.the-pep.
r manner.ndertbeisea1a": !in which .Vaca ihev are-to t.n.dJn be sunnlied.such ca'se Section roth f. amendment xes. the.. and dollars pr annum, suppoeing the 'same' per. diem'and 'miIeae1owed !1 read 11 0 thil1l..bearing n' the.matter'_more 'cogent Clayton, .Seward _and others participated.- .nle.--r- ia their. oolitical. capacity.. _haveno. Con.stitutional --.

of n."r.1853, provides"\ 'flint-'should- 'a" occur In either tJie a1! as proposed by the bilL 'aad. ,convincing,. the.reasons,, given for The, message is an able paper, and most nghf to act ia such mailer" pnlythroogh
: vacancy
Supreme, Chancery: or Circuit Couits, by death, rcsignatton'remo":*": ODeof three results. 'ould evidently follow frpaf.the organizationOpposed. opptmng the caeawfe in the form proposedby exert a good effect ''upon the country. The their! Represeriiathrei, and If they are
We should be to imit'tI.e to
.compelled Supreme
Tal or otherwise shall"be the.duty of the'Governor to issue a writ the bill under consideration, being, in oar President devotes large space to a .discussion not bound by,the action of their Represeotatire's -
a5ktjlo.term, to beheld. at a nng> point in tke State er we MwaJ,1IDcrea and I have already en that
of election to fill such .vacancy," &c., and further ",Pipcided hotattxr .the number of Judge* to at least aevea, ozw- ( stottld sead judgment,'conclusive beyond cavil pf f the question, of slavery, in which he takes i;. cannot(t tbe in we' this matter,)* then they cannot they-
That should it become to fill before
necessary! any vacancy out hastily and sustained decisions. The limit to bold and 'Sputhern'groand.We ,
poorly high
prepared .
election be under the of this Constitution bind themselves by otker. me m C Jthe chi.
the Governor an shall can have-power held to, fill such provisional. appointment,", I' a single terrft would be inconvenient and uitt.isfaetory t* a large DEATU OF JUDGE ,BCKIIEK., -We learn by, 5- ----5 zens of any County desire a Ra&oad, Based
vacancy portion of the Sta'ie. The additional number of Judge* would be at wh arrived ia the Northern CoXJniI ] act not authorized the of
&c. Nowlf the power: either. to fill the vacancy, or to provide for a geatlenwn [ A1'JCD. upon an .by .temu
an election for that purpose, has been specially conferred upon an expense entirelyUnnecessary ; and the poor and hasty decisions stage c Thursday, that his gifted and highly S to consider very briefly thecorutitutionality our politicaluaoci4tion. they, may rolttntarily
would be a reflection State, which I would bea propose '
our am sure
the Governor, then the second Section of the Second Article of the source & ,aiid.young to all. J ecteeaMd son of Georgia, died at hu 'residence of our Railroad Act of 1855, and. as individuals exercising oataral
Constitution General from o portification regret I right, pay their money,therefor;.bat.can pier
the Assembly exercising
prohibits Ilia experience of sister, Stoles baa shown the advantage ia S.vaaaah, altar a brief Iflneet, on effects the and
it. It provides as follows ; *' No or collection of our generally i and jJap its probable, opon ,poor er be forced to do so upon any other,.principle
being of one of those departments person, (Legislative, Executive persons or of the separate Supreme Court system, and they have with. Monday, the Slit December. Hla dca& will I middle classes society.In.our County. And than that governing all rerolutiooa,.that

Judicial),) shall exercise any power properly belonging to either of great unanimity adopted it. I respectfully suggest thnt"vo'. hadbet., be mourned hjr) the nation, i ia mboae eodnefla : here we -would (lest it might be,thought that might gives .right. We have seen ,thac.tlt; ;

the others, except in the instances expressly provided in this Con ler profit by their experience. TK he had so long occupied a useful and prominent we are opposed to the construction of Railroads Assembly has no right to tax the pebpl jp
I have thus, I fear at tiresome length, assigned the reasons which
andotherinternal improvements,)assure build railroads for other
stitution.i As.this not one of.the. i instances expressly provided"for induced.. me tn., xvitlilmld. ... ___ _mi_. Kirrnntnrr_ frnm tlin___ ihlll_ piitillnd_______ _An._. _,4.f't000 __, position. .. A -__ __':-:A___ t-. ,t>_:i-1 or any purpose than
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that the of the l ral Aseeuiblj uuu we are VOUCUOUB iur nilUnlAU to del '01 uorerrment
it is apparent even admitting power ell : you ray UlErnecessaryexpensea -
to remove the Justices, they could not supply their places, to create a fifth Judicial Circuit, and to confer ,the .powers and de DEXTAL.-The attention of the citizens of through oar State and for other internal.improvements : nor have the Counties that right;nciti-
volve the duties of the Justices of the Court\ipon the (Qir-
for that} duly has been expressly assigned to the Executive.But Supreme ; but we would not have them at er have the Assembly.and, the Coanti* both
cuit Judges. Very Respectfully, Jefferson and Madison is directed to the
if it i i. true, that tire grant of a part of any particular power "sacrifice of that which is much more'val together that right; for there is no provision
operates as a special reservation of the balance: then on,the subject JAMES E. BROOIIE.LAWSOFFLORIDA. Card of Dr. T. J. CUR LEE in another col. uable. In considering the, constitutionality, in the Constitution giving to the joiujIv a

.f the rerhoval and appointment of Justices, the General Assembly r umn. Dr. L. has a high reputation as an accomplished or rather the unconetitutionality of this Act, legislative power. Then if the pe pleofior.ida *

it expressly prohibited by the Constitution itself. The 19th Section Dentist we assume as an acknowledged fact, that in wish to .tax themselves, either by their

ef the 6t-i Article requires that The General AssemblY' shall by all political Governments where there is a Representatives, or in any otbcj way, so that

l*w provide for the appointment or election, and th 3 removal from :. Florida Conference. written constitution, defining the powers of tbe action of a majority shall bind .the minor-

office'of officers, civil and military, in this State,' not provided for CHAPTER 715.-[Xo. IOC'] body-met Government, that constitution is the ''touch it)', they must first alter or amend theur Con
In this Constitution." Haying: already shown] fully, that the Con. : 'This at Bainbridge on Tuesday, stone,by which the validity of all legislativeacts stitution-by removing therefrom that section
stitution does provide for the election of Justices of the .Supreme' AN'ACT to Mt&blish tbe ad valorem yiUa of Tantion.SKCTIOV the 2d inst, a iadjourned". on the evening of i ii to be determined. Now, when we the which says that-no greater amount of,tax or

Court, it U hardly necessary to enlarge the argument that 1. Jtc it enacted by the Senate and House of flepresen.tafives4rJlze the 9th. Owing tflr. the inclemency of the citizens of Florida adopted tho constitution of revenue shall at any_time be levied than niay.

tudetbis lOtlt Section, the General Assembly is prohibited from State of Florida General Assembly conrcned, That weather, but more, ejpciolly to the bad state our State, we as individuals made a surrenderof be required for the 'necessary expenses .of

exercising that power. Let us now see whether. the Constitution hereaftcr.every free white 'male inhabitant of this State, above the I of the roads, Bishop Andrew did not reach certain material rights and for the benefitof Government,"and givo therein a general'and

has: made provision for their removal. age ef twenty-one years and under the.age of fifty years, except paupers the seat of the Conference .htU Sunday last. the great body politic, the people of Flori- unlimited power of taxation,or railroads most
The 20th Section of the 6th Article provides that the power and idiotic and insane persons, shall pay a yearly capitatfcn-tax : I da, forming in their collective and associated be specially mentioned therein as'an object'of
()impeachment shall }be vested iti the House of. Representatives." of fifty cents. 1Spc. : The dutieaof. the chair were discharged du*: capacity, the sovereign State Florida. Nowif i.taxation : then a majority voting a tax to buildA

'Hi 21st _S*,.<_'tihii., nrnvidps that "All.. imneachmeiits. hall1Je tried try., 2. Tip. it, fiirlTiff. ,. pnnrlfrt. ._, TTimt. ..... _nil.!. "Jl.I'. 1 pfqfp pnmn.nfT... ;. rinz the Bishop's. absence bv. the It&\. S. P. this coiition be correct (and we think none railway will__ bind__ tho__ nJnoritv and not.,tin..
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tit Senate; and when 1--------setting for that purpose, the Senators shall be lands n'd' improvements.j ;t ,buildings; manufae4ori:-&ttd'mills r"of all Richardson. On Monday evening, the usual will deny it,) it follows that the people in their til---n.-J then. J

upon oath or affirmation, and no person shall be convicted, without kinds, distilleries, furnaces, machinery, tan-yards, ferries, toll-bridges Missionary anniversary was held-Bishop Andrew individual, and not in their collective capacity, Having thus briefly noticed what we deemto

tire concurrence of two-thirds of the members present." The 22d and wharves: ; all tlavcs, all bank and other corporate stoek ;. all and the Rev. E. H. editor of the are the sources of power, so far as the adoption be Constitutional. objections, to_our _,Rail,
Section provides that the Governor and all civil officers shall be liableto money at interest or in possession ; all riotesand obligations of wh t-. Myers, of our Constitution is concerned and thattbe' road act, we now propose tp notice its probable -
impeachment for any misdemeanor in cilice." The 12th Sectionof ever character; all capital employed in trade by merchants and traders Southern Christian Associate, being the principal Constitution itself is composed of articlesof I effects upon tie poorer and middle classed

the fifth Article provides follows i And for, wilful neglect of of every description ; all capital invested in steamships, steam- speakers-and a collection of about agreement made by each individual citizen of society. The'taxes in Jefferson .County -

duty, or other reasonable cause, which shall not be sufficient groundfor boats, sail vessels, lighters and barges ; that all plea-ure carriages, $300: taken up, bringing the Missionary collection of the State in his individual capacity with for the year A. D. 1855, for,the Railrqad,

impeachment, the Governor shall remove any of them, (t :e Judges stage coaches, wagons, carts aid drays ; that all horses, asie, mutes, for the year up to -about every other-member ofthc State in their collective were 100 per cent upon tho. State and Coontytax -,
or Justices,) on the address of two thirds of each House of the neat cattle, swine and sheep;.that all household furniture, including or associated and political capacity.In .- being about 5 per cent upon 125,000
82000 less than the for. the
General Assembly! ; prodded, however, the cause or causes shill; be gold and silver plate and musical instruments, and that all watches, appropriations other words, las: an individual do make the dollars, the amount of the County subscription
stated length in such address, and entered on the journals of each shall he taxed at a uniform rate upon the value thereof/ : Provided, i year require. Some 23 new preachers were surrenders and 'agreements contained in the for stock in tho Railroad. Now if we deduct

Hauce ; and provided further, that the cause or causes, shall be no. That no taxes shall be collected on property expressly exempted by received on trial. -' Constitution to all others, the people of the this 6,250 dollars, from 125,000 dollars, (the

tided to the Judge so intended to be removed, and he shall be admit law. It will be seen from 'the appointments below State in their associated-and political capacity. County subscription,) we have a balancoof

ted to a hearing,.in his own defence, before .any vote for such ad. SEC. 3. Be further enacted, That the valuation of, and the -for which we are indebted to the Rev.G. Now if our State Constitution is composed 118.750 dollars. Suppose now that our wise
tlress shall pass; and in such cases, the vote shall be taken by yeas assessment of taxes on the objects taxation specified in the second of agreements and oT surrenders of individual men determine to pay the County subscription
and nays' and entered an the journals of each House respectively." I section of this Act, shall be made in the manner now prescribed by W. Pratt-that several new Presiding El. rights, made by each Citizen as nn individuaL in five years (and if built at all.our Rail-

qi.,..:." ro/itirMio. nVnriito' (fiillv! for tlift_. Tfcmrtv-il., ..._ _! nf Tiut a c .I'J .v. .v W. V%'* O'- v -tftfees Bill* vft 111' 4J1U tlllt.'lt VT. IJ.a DX BAU* Iff"r J "*4V4 OPVqsII lvH V V* MA\O '--- -- -- -- -' '" --- a_
aud therefore, the General Assembly is prohibited by the 19th.I thereon, and that the taxes authorized i to be levied for County, City AppointuientsTallahassee of the sovereign State of Florida-then it follows have laid upon us, for the Railroad JJ above a .

fit-etion of the Gib Article from providing for such n service. This, I j and Town purposes, wall be assessed and collected on 'the basis that all powers, over the natural rights tax of 380 per cent upon 'the :amount clout
however, does not prevent) it from discharging the duty assigned it, established by this Act. District-J. R. Plummer, P. E. of her citizens, belonging to*the State, are enumerated State and County tax for the year 1855, as

us the agent of the Convention, in the removal of those officers by SEC. 4. Be further enacted, That no tax shall be imposed upon Tallahassee Josephus Anderson. 'in that Constitution, and that whatever our tax for 185C. So that the man who in
ftddr ,e or impeachment. The! House of Representatives l possesses, the incomes of Public Inspectors and Weighers, Pilots, Physiciansand Quincy Thos. Gardner. rights belong to man as an individual ,1855 paid 10 dollars aa a State and County

under the Constitution, the impeaching I' \\'r, and the Senate is authorized Lawyers, and that no special tax shall be impos upon tavernor Chaires Col'd. Mission-0. B. Standley. which are not found in the Constitution, are tax, provided '1hcy remain the same,.will jn
to organize, under a epeeial oath, as a high Court to try inn-keepers. the reserved rights of individual citizens of 1950, for State, County arid Railroad pay
the impeachment, and if two tlnsds of i its members concur in n ver- Sue. 5. Be further enacted. That the laws relating to fishing Leon-Wm\ J. Duval. the State. In accordance with this fact, we 4 .:-lollars. Now we know that many, very

( id against an impeached! Jude or Justice, ho is removed. And i ]licenses, }be and the same are hereby repealed, so far as they require Leon Col'd. Mission-J. II. M. Gardner. find provision made in the second section of many, wbo now pay, to the State and County -

for offences insufficient to justify impeachment, the Judge or Justice j citizens: of this State to pay a license tax on fishing} vessels owned Wakulla-James Peeler. the eighth Article of our State Constitutionfor a tax of 10 dollars cannot pay 48 dollars

may be removed by the Governor: upon the address of two thirds of and belonging! within the :tatc. South Gadaden-Isaac A. Towers. levying taxes sufficient to defray the expenses without a .sale of property. Now, there being -

both, houses. But it must be remarked that no address can ever Le :?1:(.. 6. Be farther enacted, That hereafter no specific or license of the Government and no more, reserving comparatively few ia the County who will
voted vn"until the Judge or Justice is noliiied: ; of the charges prolenvd tax upon.IJclti-, DagllcrrimMists, or any Gsdsden-J. J. S aly. to each and every member of the State, have money command* which they can:use

ngaitifct him, anJ an opportunity offered I him'to be heard in other persons-who shall bo citizens of this State, and otherwise pay I. Gadsden Col'd. Mission-To be supplied. in all other cases, the right to pay his money for the purchase property, the consequence

his own cefencv. Un'il this-is doe, there i is no power in either, or taxes therein : Provided, That the tax on Auction Sales, on Bank Simon P. Richardson, Agent American when, where and for what purposes he pleas will be, that property sold to pay the Railroadtax _

both I hoi fees, nor in both: unite with t'e Governor, to displace a I Agencies on Haxvkere, Pedlars, and itenerant traders, on retailers of Bible Society. .es. This being the only clause in the Con- will probably not bring more,than cue

Judge or Justice. ,Thc right to be heard before he is condemned, is spirituous liquors, on free negroes and mulattncs, on cattle of non- '\". Tract stitution giving to the General Assembly the half its value., So that the rnan whose prop*
Constitution the vilest that has :I resident shall continue in force if this Act had been George Fagg, Agent. nvc.r. nrt1yntinn.. ___._ vrrnt to 5int! nri7O tlI "I'V-, -.... :3 -, l.l r._ T?. :I_...I *__ :' -I' .u_ _:__.* ,
guarantied by our to culprit ever i ?, as ; not passed : u --" I" -- uu--'r-- -- -- I.J Jj5 OW.L JUI &L&JU U..U. A. u. u. uiu uunon*
darkened tbcVrcurds of our couits, and should certainly never Le !. Provided, That Hawkers and Pedlars bhall be taxed 200 }undred Bainlridge Dist.-W. M. Kennedy, P. E. eral Counties to tax for County purposes, we ty against tho Railroad ll not only be com

denied t.. those in whom the people have ivposed the highest trust. dollars for each comity in which he orti! "y so hawk and peddle. Albany-Dennis B. Lyn do not. find the Constitutional authority by polled to pay his money Contrary ,to his wHJy

The bill. under consideration seeks to remove the whole bench of ,I Sue. 7. Be it ftnthcr enacted, That the objects of taxation specifjed Bainbridge A. Branch. which our Legislature authorized to assess and in violation of his CoOstitutional ,right,
without them ; in the nd section of this Act shall the of taxes to build Railroads, or for any other but he must do ;
Ju tierg, without prefering a single charge- giving notice &. pay a tax at rate Newton-Robt. F. Lanier.: purpose so at a great crifiee of prop
-.-without heating them iu their own defence-without organizing : one mth} of one per centum of the value, or sixteen and twothirdsceuts S than for the actual and necessary expcn. erty, which will go to incrcathe stoclof!
a Senatorial"Court-without an address to the Governor-with on the hundred dollars, in value and no other State tax. Calhoun Mission-Jas.: A. \tc olIum. ses of Government. But if wo understandthe his moro wealtbyqeiglibor. iVi." .'not t.nor

out a two third vote, and by the repealing clause of a simple act of : J$E(.- 8. J'e further enacted, That all former Acts relating to Milford Mission-Thoa. C. Coleman.: position of the advocates of this RailroadAct do we claim to "a prophet or the son:-of a'

l legislation, requiring for its passage only a majority of a bare quorum : taxation so far as they may be inconsistent with this Act be, and the Blakeley-David L. Kennedy. it is-not that the Assembly has the pov-. prophet; but we .can'but'belieye thit;this will,
in each house.! Is such the agency which the Constitution sane are }hereby repe'aled.SEC. Decatur-Seaborn G. Childs. er to tax tho people to build railways or for be thc inevitable result ,of our Railroc-idac

has conferred upon the General Assemby! 1hut ? 9. Be further enacted, That the Tax Assessors of each Baker Col'd. Mission To be any other like purpose; but that the peopleof especially when'we remember that oorState-
S -
suppose I nm mistaken in the whole matter, and that notwithstanding County shall require every person returning taxable property, to supplied. the Counties have the power ;to tax them. i is already debt.and there is but Jittle dp ibt
all the Constitutional provisions against it, the General Assembly oinke such return under oath, and that the Tax Assessors shall make ThomastUls Dist.-P. P. Smith, P. E.Thomasville selves for this or, for any other purpose they but that our State, tax,.under the highp c

may, by repealing the letw, remove the Justices,and'tnay ap- oath upon the tax returns that this provision of the law has been -F. R. C. Ellia.Duncanaville may choose, a majority in the County til" I cent of the ad valorem system adopted by the: .

jK>int others to perform their duti;s. I would then respectfully ask, complied with in all cases. -Milton C. Smith. therefor. Now the 4th Section oftheStb Article : last Assembly, will be.litU short,, of 100.percent

would it be good policy to do so ? If this General Assembly should SEC. 10. Be further enacted, That the Tax Assessor shall have Grooversville-Capel Raiford, of the Constitution does give to the Assembly i greater for some years, to.come than it

iepcal the law and remove the Justices, the next would probably power to administer all oaths to persons making tax returns, and the power to authorize the several i heretofore' been. So under the: ad valo-' !
ro-o rganizc the Court and order another election in accordance shall visit every election precinct in the County at least twice annually Troupville-R. J. McCook. Counties to assess taxes for County purposes ; rem system the man who pa'id.a State tax of

with provisions of the Constitution." If the Justices then elected to assess and twice to collect said taxes, having previously given Grand Bay-Amos Davis. but that the framers of our Constitution. 10 dollars' last"year may'very safely calculateto

tLy the people, should be disagreeable to the succeeding General three weeks' notice by posting at said precincts. Isabella l\Ii.sioc-To be supplied. not contemplate the building of Railroads under pay in 185$ for State, County and, .Rail.

Assembly, the organic law w.uld again be repealed, and the Justices [ra oed tie House. December 11, 1855. Passed the Senate December 13, Alapaha 1I.sioThos., P. Murdock. the operation of this section, when they road, the sum of,58 .dolla-s., We :judg% .

; displaced! ,and so on ad infinlicm. Such a policy would divest 1855. ,Approved, December. 18M.] Flint River Mission-T. J. Johnson. adopted it, will appear from the following that there. 'will necessarily.he property; soli
the Court of that dignity and elevation which should characterizesuch considerations ; viz: Railroads are not generally under this accumulation of taxes and the more'
hunal-wouhf put it into' the arena of every political con- Ocklocknee Mission-Jas. W. Jackson. built by Couqty subscriptions, individual because, of,the difficulty cb many citizens .

tost. and wo' for the bench the services of groveling partisans. CHAPTER TIG.-[No. 107.] R. H. Lucky, Principal Fletcher Institute. i enterprise. 2d, Grant this scope to have ,heretofore experienced raising.

Under such circumstances, our Judiciary would of course Alf ACT to Apportion the Representation of the State of Florida. Madison Dist.-John W. Mills, P. E. that section, and it gives to the Assembly the the amount, of their State and County. tax.
humble would be quoted only authority to grant a greater power taxation alone. In a
occupy avery position-our reports Madison Samuel! conclusionvevill.say that wo arec
the Senate and House Woodbury Valerius
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by of Representatties ,
the Counties than itself has which
to ridiculed, and our noble State would acquire a most unenviable contravenes anxious for.a Railroad through our State. bct;
of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That C. Cannon. tHtt
the confer
reputation: ftr stability of purpose. principle one can no we wish i based. opon'a Constitutional_ act. ,
which shall be made the Apportionmentof
the ratio population upon Monticello -John W. than he himself
But.supposo General Assembly Constitutionally do all Rhodes. greater power upon an agent and without
may injury me
the toany. one---we,
shall bo hundred, according to
that such unfavorable result Representatives, twenty-four South Madison 3d, it will also from a consideration
that.the bill undertakes to do, and no bo Mission -G. Royster. possesses. appear .\ 'ithoutcgrnpelling any oneo, contribqtei
Constitutional basis and the several Counties in this State shall
of the limitation the
zs rime apprehended wouldfollow! ; what advantage should we Madison Col'd. Mission-To be : of power of yond his ability.,
Escambia Santa supplied.
the entitled to the following Representatives, viz: one, taxation granted to the, Assembly, containedin .
the So far of
t1criflol1l change as question exiJi'hse O.NB
f jirebably WHO .
Holmes one, Calhoun one, Aucilla Col'd. Mission W. W. Griffin. :THJIfKS.Fe". nxxszrz.We
Walton Washington -
Rosa one, one, tho 2d section .of.the 8th Article
; is concerned' the saving would be small. The salaries of the j of the i ixuuau.uuuii
h . ,'. .. ,1 'Jill ri'L _tl .__ _' I, Franklin.. one., Jackson three.. Gadsden three, Leon four; Wakulla Santa.. Fe, Missl'on-Aft.l'nn_. ., .Jl.ft..ri.... 1 .., :...: i- :.:.. .. :. .' .. ..n. __u___ cive tilaca :to'<:.the lfh-r.*._ hn*it'.
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Justices amount to six monsano uouars. me .allowancernadtt 4ML LL.U6 tw i. ui/va uiuk JUWII
present '
in the bill!, of per diem and mileage, with the expenses of an I. Jefl'ersonthrce, Madison. three, Hamilton Johns Columbia Putnam three, Hamilton-W. K. Turner. to the raising of nq greater amount than may i comes to US itL.a'icspe, tful_ request forkapublication .

:tddiubhAl Court, would not be less than five, thou&und dollars ; Alaehua one, Nassau one, Duval two, St.Voiusia one, Brevard one, Suwannee Mi8ion-T. Barnett. be sufficient to defray the necessary expenses the' ,-F/oriftan, and becauie,

fckowing that. as a purely financial question the saving to.the treasury Marion two, Surnpter one, Orange one, Manatee One, one, Monro one, Columbia-J. M. Hendry, Willis O'Cain. government.., Now why;' this;jealousy of much as wo ,deprecate an ;opposition.|n.tho
Hernaudo Hillsborough one
one, ,
Levy one, taxation
the in 2d Section
thousand dollarsper' But the by Assembly of the
.would! be about one annum. can
Circuit Judges discharge. their duties, and hold five sessions of the one; and Dade one.< And until l the Apportionment of Senators, R./!JI. Howren, Agent for East Florida 8th Article.jCin tho 4th Section of the same shape here presented" as.bemg'. ,now; not. coif

Supreme Court'at points,remote from each other ? TOur populationis as provided for in the Constitution, there shall,, be.twenty-one Senatorial Seminary at Micanopy. '. Articlethoycintended to confer a general and : useless bat as: calculated to'lead 'taerib, we

!rapidly) increasing, and we shall be peculiarly fortunate if our lit- Districts shall in this State, which the First shall District be as ;follows the County: The of County Santa St. Mary's Dist. -T. N. Gardner, P. E.. unlimited power of taxation -upon .tho.Cou unwilling,to have'ft alleged- tat POT'columns r. I.

tigatibn.does, noV increase 'with it. Aside from this.we have in our- of Escgmbia' compose the Second District the.; County of Waltonshall St. Mary'a-J. O. Branch. ties Upon thi8.s position. no good( reason .are dosed_ against what.&'tecn *,: .
of under to insolvent Bank Rosa shall compose ;; can ,bo given for it. But if we regard the .
Sta( t amtmnls property, mottgage! .
< ya minority
> ,
iog ptinLIoAswhase; charten are soon to expire, and :out'or.this compose the Third District; the Counties of Washington,and Cen!tr.ev village- T. ,... .Carruth.. ;, County'purposes, mentioned in. the 4th'Section S
Holmes shall the Fourth District ; the Counties of Franklin Satilla t! Col'd.) Mission 8th Article minor We hare nothing say as to the en thus'
vili :flbublles8rgfo', n"nmpuat"of Chancery.,business, which will compose supplied. of the: as objects for
gfve both 'fudges: and justices a large amount:of additional employineuLjBut -.and Calhoun shall compose the Fifth District; ,the County of'Jack' Brunswick--- A. McCook. taxation, requiring much smaller assessment tional question. raised by.\Our coTrwpondeot,.

: claMri fnoihwgrprthig_ prospective increase,, let'place's u I ion shall compose the Sixth,District the County.of Gadsden' shall,, Altarnaha Col.'d. Mission f Willis' than the Seventh' ,District the County of.Leon shall .compose .. Hay. ; t .,.... '__ 5
; thanf hnv irnnfl And nflS J'--
rol iion the basis the bsine, : comnose w -- ?!- noR R. ,WA., .. A ,.. ;" + 6 : .II s a '
Ul." c ? of present : r' "- -- -- ,- -. -.w..A. "' ..U UO '
uoimeiville ,4'l"J
M. .
the N.
beenuctively emllo.fed for'four mouths of' the the Eighth District; the County of WakullashaU compose Ninth Low- ; FVViIlon. ; '., reason for,the jealous linltationcnt iid inthe2d i i prpDaoiy before '
1' J s b.av -.5- the close of the
the Waresboro'William nTh .
District present Iba
shall JO .
ire4ent3 oldiag their Courts, atd ill travflng to and from the District; the Comfty Jefferson compose Tenth ; Peeler. Section., If'thisview of,the-4th Sec gh_
fi "arp aii11aw1\r\ their sessions.:. f uieir successors', under thls the County of' Madison shall -eomposi ,Eleventh. District ;; the Irwin-John Andrews.; tion of Article 8 be'correct, 100 j per'cent annually judicial authority known to the, CoostHution-

Lilr sliould Jsp. rtfinate' as.toehold: five .Courts i in< the'8 ,e.l length County of Hamilton shall.compose the Twelfth District; the COunty Clinch-J..L. WiUiamsJ_ '., upon the-State tax is'all!!that Jefferson, will decide the question ft J afly. ,Bat Wit1i'li-' ,
nioriths ntho Sapretne.CbjprtDuties of Colombia,shall compose the Thirteenth District ; 'tbe.Oountj of other, : 'the other aub
to or Cpuntyj CbnsmuHoVaily
can ect"p
of UroV.tiiea er\vyuJ1'eacKdevpt'e.four year the Nassau '.Jacksonville 17wJohn I !' any } eBtepl-r-thal/o r
oT Ley
Mdtotheseernouth8.ofAuostand Sep. Alachna shall compose the Fourteenth District ; County : : P. E.. levy her citizens for : N either .tazatioi1-4t t
upon any purpose. b fui-well ,
shall raaj to I
the pf cu.
the Fifteenth District .ountj Duval ,
thall ; JicsoiHeT.R1M.'Ty4ing..s1.lbiek
to hold C.urts.. t aiiy compose haa.tbe Assembly the, to authorize
If i .
in jivhieh ordinarily toipracticaUe power .
temoer. | reader that the
Johns and Putnam
St specQUttona
Sixteenth District .tbe Counties of of.One
the .wh
; ;' Creek William \ *>
jdevoted to compose Edwards. .the.Counties the
assessment of
kind wttegu1a.iJji| : ,, an4,wiiich. hbuld always (pro .by a greater
thinks ,
mr ng'decre#;Tn 11 anceryjn I 1t. r4er l Chamberi, ,examln! shall compose the Seventeenth District;; the: C un'ty-or "' ,Palatka-W. W. Davies. amount, ;the restriction, contained"in the! 2d for hhnsel'mu. be received"witJt'ma., *' 9
3ng| uthorti? nd.r'fJpt.r1 g,for their fall.rms. ,, and we. :are )left shall compose ,the Eighteenth shall District; the Counties the Nineteenth,Surnpter Die;,; Feruaudina, Mission_Martin V. Wells.assau Section of ti>p8th Articleapplyuig'witii.equaL! I; _nv-gratns of, dlstro Ip' ihetffcit vlac. no '"
'all thd labors iricid Orange,.Volusia and Broyard .compose if not force the B'ecti I C iint' 'ro n:' t
tq 4(4i(
wi b"'iux,nibnths allofc'ed lp.each J.adge,perform greater. ; 'Of.h .. YI' I
\ ; trict.the.. .Counties oM evy, Hernandp,.,Hillsborough and Manatee ff -To'be;supjaliedL i >-. p. 1 _:.Pj t
'nt'toil bircnil duties.,,; r\Ve have now, foartjircuit 1 ud17es. and, ; I Article. ,Ietwe; .inquire 'hWrtho Constitution w4. "ii
-tlV UQp* !g'D&ini t) 0i'e4niohlbs"pf A nguit' and September for the purposes P ,,. shall compose Twentieth District;, and the Counties' of Monroe t Orange4MisainiS. S. Cobb. ;inay4 !.alteredj. .Sufyn'pt.bV'/ feiAg I' P..I f "!! .1o ,1cteuq2,"r I

.io1i3 tiolcate ;and.they: iY'm' for their'Circuit. dB.*' &iid Dade shall.compose the:'wenty.firtPistric.;.and eacH Senatorial N ,paqtTill ..Ricba 11' J I .. Railroad'apt,..which Itha.r; 'sscmblj.hAtp 'and;nseuy. tho .a t-e. I
; .* :? fk'der '4l.l-U-! .!. ,DUtriot .bl.beeuU4e4to; : one,Senator. : S ... .L- : : < >1 frOItIuiaVy tAn \ I
WMrt1. : fi V 4upzea4 surrp
t'in :paji* eaposstlbV
o org1a i Q JIJ.WlCl inatancei .theIn
titlj; c ,. ,, MicaiiPpy Col'd/\Mission i -To ; '; tp .
.if.ri '
tIo1it..1 ,Tci--., ''I ,,1: .' '' ;i. ; I : ,( I 'Houe: *rl2.18W. Pusdth.'aenM! ; ,; Dtttmber 13,. b.' : ? "11 f: : UKpUed. wi ,'. .,itbn.'oC'( PQQQ Middle Florida 'sM ? ?1i'iJJin1mYJd!i 11 .f' IPndsbearip.

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1i I.2Omontl.L"irnt..ollffl; Seaniem in Aa.rGCvern r Adams" ) ; 1ey V .l-PJ Rl haidicnt : .-.'1', constitutional, ;That jnitrnment.kaows. u4icpo4n4Coqnties w
f Y wgIdb' '< il' "I "" '. .. than irrifitrrif;tn)'rnnt ffm iiinlnriiHf
r1s "bJ : Carolina relative to the incarceriaiion 'fJ'am aS
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tWdbe jkppUex!* toy the Mj J5erciatie 'itrnTh. JMldreIa sneiJdg

; intereit her candidate mtlie House, are touthen ; : .-
.County toward* meeting Jho OB the uchigaii.opter dnesuysjTh
know nothings} \r\ta\ wv abjured by thi. r1
.Bonds, and to that extent vou1dr duce taxAtion. northern *liic i-Wa:* tTi rooFranh Id Mont -! : -..1g914

If:the road should proven paying one, *t -mj &a m4_"__ : profecaa/r bf tlm acbool offtnine if.Friuiee '. -. 'C 't -- 'L

th. dividends would not only be equal lojthe Tnjt.CAUBBE OF, TUB .QjrpouriOK TH exanrining tb@minesotLh! Saperlpr.'as ; 'ctflewTcft.JtrH. ,.r :

Bond but the:4stoke1d by Ciuxtiban OF THE DitaioauLcnr A,II.'STKrirrai the government hare been cat off o! .Paest Brfff Mjttie. FIsh wffl4etpateb 8s4elML $ g, -- Wthdas G.1'IAtFio p4
Interest the their -I. fw *W pnrt.. Pnr ?rPiI't if levers. I1YeTI bIWE
OFGEaaoiA in
of the
&c dec- &a WASH- sapplitw tcM.a.
consequence Wste1te iwdeMt
would command enough in to McNAUOHT.* ORMOKD.t .
the County priro OTOX: DEC. 13 Tlio ppectator in .the xvar. Tlier rofessor ret urned.takingwith; him passage 1eWPortJan.1tI85a.y ; 3 SCSThe Tooth; Wnes aiiJ ,BcazJies

market to enable her by its sale to take.up&a House bf RepresenLitives, who has any expe several tons, end satisfied that the Lake So- -'I. e 'a dIUlr Brushes,

Bonds as they become doc without ft dotfer rience in.regard to public men and measures, perior region could furnish un abandant-sup Plftvrs! PIiI! Paint Brushes, t '" YUCY AMP ..

roora of taxation. will be impressedby; fact, that while the ply, The.American copjwrwns carefully tested 4 LAKOE lot John Moor *H Flovt. If* 1 cod 1, GwdeB Sda, 1laIAtan! 0p aai$ Frsah
and found LI. lAnding frohi 1yst& M for ftfa The .hv, ree. Uy rWNTed ? ?
boast if
opposition of a large majority intfnt, fully equal not superior to ittfptf of *Wf Variety of artjejw jnarttHy ..kfidraip by

EeUer.tflb3r1tY. branch of Congress can lay claim to comparatively the English. It is used in tha inanafactaroif New Port, Jan. 1!, 185& &1 ORMOND. sts. Planters aJM F1JiiaaIWiU iJwnjs 6al ,

Some of tho.Southern Kncrn' Nothing little intellect or padi1t1iPflttry.skill. ordn hceVaud no con. idc'r.ihle quantities 1 : ;. :: at this astaUishindfet a fell supply'of tMythiegded. -.- iZ'

New England has poured i into are con umedjn the tiianufarture of jewelry GardenA'lIlKSTI,8oppV'of Seed and 4 tb. m' 4 lib hil tetrn*. -. l L3P cMod
appear anxious to create the impression i thxt Congress a Orders.from ti.Cuatry pctrnplj 8I fl1 atod MthE5e- .II4' 1 a1 .. 2"
batch of inexperienced young men ; percussion caps-anda great variety rff other f sh.ed i frqm Thor'barn'k, fctii aaJ ,
the Northern wing of their is sound tempe don froaraatMd.wit* reM to prie.s qiub- Fl ttilleWtrie
party on
rance lc-cturer?, political clprpvmen. *rtd >1Jthat.kind articles. The rtiperior tenacity of American an4 C>r *al* 7 t... ysiciAn's prt eripti d mefolly cwajx ad*
tbo'slavery] question, jurd to -show this they of people who"might be expected to copper ia si very strong recommendation in its ,' TAUOHT \ ORMONJ).' 4 Also- Eppm ft compound Fluid Extract of,Bncba ancl fcVWip i ,.ttaWYNs bd. Ite4Ingle, Go. peek

are fond of quoting-not the organs of Know rise to die surface in dieinidst of the boiling favor. The copper vield of the year'just finished New Port, Jan. 12, 185*. L : iv -L1s.. 1 et ectlerr.ibamlled ., eewWb nd rOnts &. doubld

Jfothingism-> ut c and
roba fii*
other tatc& mon guns,sIt jckQf pU.rnm
: all parties a? pro-shvery which do Lola Montez, when an Au- const* op BBLS.'T lIow Potatoes,JMttuximf iofine orUdet ILD Otard Brandy, bprklw*Cider common poter luba1ung; to ; Blf* eaps and
Leaving out Humphrey Marshall, in the and for aalt br \ Juice tbr ILL..
Old Port, .Old Port wad wad euu..ra4 qwt rUl* ucsm
Southern i hi !1)10 waited' her with ,
not go against rights xv.iy. Smith; and Lewis Campbell, and the WashInimes on an attachment fur MbNATTQET 4 ORMOND. Wad inu BraodClxwiiea, tinted
denunciilions however debt, stripped herself and into bed, tolling New Port, JanJ2,. 1854. 2 Silver nnd iWfcre.
Such arcs iiJiculous pof the West and North, and there is got Sherry, SardhMa, ,
the astonished officer if he wanted to take her: ; rTd Surer taU dM lfkwft** ipboni wl er fcrjb, toun
Gelatine, Pres Quinces,
in the face of the dr..larr.tions of the comparatively little in die leaders of the opposition Groceries Sparkling aii.1 criuni&d1iL vttirshd kkeksive'pW.dforisind
body iu thai condition hevas welcome to do Flavorins? Extracts, i '41'vaz1, .
to" th souls nd fruxt be.
Know Nothi:.g of tie! Nortk They flight ? of fearful adversiries. nOFFEE, Sugar. KMorted Beac, Linseed CHI, mod Yeast Powders, Tamamda, < tpowtt waiti.eastora *
." But look to die of die so. keU, electro pitted teae4 ad CDtnnmniob senk .
declare their Speaker, Wbnkey, 4, &0e.. Spanish Olives, Spkes .
uncompromising!hostility to the extension butter, aid cre ra duke*;cbwiJi*'.mod parlor
and behold the array at the head of the undaunted -MoICAUOHT A ORMOND Corn Starch, Pickles. iugir.
of slavery- tin 5r undying opposition to democratic column. No member of A Great Blessing the A Skied.t2f" New I'ortJan. IB, 1556. 2 Worcestershire Sauce, B>dad Oil.Capers candltttkka. ultcelkn. boqtwk holders card UK]
The number and'formidable diseases flower basket. aAd britUnoi ware.1facUflJWOU .
character of -
the repeal of the Missouri Compromise-and our great old can read die 1it without English Mustard, ,
of the laver have long challenged the attention : Co.Partfif rslip.TJHTLtP'M.'FLl'ItSHMAWand Claret, Coooa, AflftteI.
jn every instance have thc-ir councils and State feeling proud that ho belongs to it : George cf nieclicjil men. Some if the diseases, classed und -r 7KRDWAND. AMES & LIVELY. Ladies i etleules. Kticbeta.Vork boxet,'pewIvBrlirt

Conventions put these iitjoiScant declarations W. Jones, of Tennessee; Howell Cobb, of the general term"of Conaiirription. havelon supposed JL, ,FLfcHliMAN, under the film **f P.4 F.Fleish Janoaty L 1856. iron. nnd morocco port moniias,"petit earU caiVa,co
Georgia; George S. Houston* of Alabahia, incurable antj the unhappy, patirnt allowed to die. man, having:pttrcba'ed the ejire stock of S.JL Flei h-*, corflJ b on, record. An instance cannot lie cited James L. Orr, of South Carolina ; John S. without medkal scienee to offer him a hope of reeovry.Hiippily man, will fcotanue the buses ai the old atand, and Glass, GUs, Wkltc fcfU, Ac.O necklaces, and bosoni prn*.'napkin ring,La jr and (ooClibnjshts

\vnere a State Council has Approved the Philadelphia Phelps, of Missouri ; Thomas J. D. Fuller of this can n louger be the ase. A remedy respectfully solicit a eontiouaore of the paironag of CCi BOXES bdow Olai*. assorted sire*. 100 hat revivers shell buffalo; iudia ul4ir and
ijafi been fwuDd 'which will cureall of whatever
eomp'aints. heir friends and the public in Central. U U WLU Lead, extra No. 1. ivory combs china Sod wax' dolls, razor strops 't.rxl
Maine John Kegs pure
Platform! has failc-d CadwalderThomas
or to condemn ; B.Florence, character, arising from derangetnt-nt of the Liver. P.4 F. FLEISHMAN. 3 barrels Linseed Oil, money belts cigar cases, feather jnsi rs' paiW and
it The AVajJiingloa Organ-better authority Glanrey Jones, and John Hickman, of Penn The Pills discovered by Dr. M'Lane. cf Virginia, act 5 Lardoil, d or bells, b Ae wi n gUs and chm >'as> and haskeU. -

than the sylvania; Wm. A. Richardson and Thos. L. directly on the laver; and by correcting its opeiation The snl, criber nold fcU entire st ck to 80 Keg Zinc Paint, terra cottft vases and pftchers.pvtfh6ebott1ea.
Trll-vne or the National Era- and purifying it from disease, cuts off and I hatvjint
Harris Illinois Vail extirpates Paint bblt. and t bols.) jewel[ cases, tentri iuapcLsJuo and side I 1mpe,lampshades
; George of New Jersey the complaint} which( have theirorigin in the diseases P. A F. Fleishman, would re*pec t fully solicit in their 20 packages Fireproof ( wicks vMini and botra.
and guitr&banjos
says distinctly:- barrels Train Oil, 1 bhl 'Varaiidi chimneys
2 ,
Thos. Green.Davidson Louisiana behalf a continuance of that favor oiihrally bestowed
; ; P. ff this org n. Remedies hitherto proposed for liver txnjboarincs, aecordeons. clahonels,, flutes and
We believe that all the Councils iu the n. IJell, of Texas ; Thomas S. Bocock and complaints have failed to operate upon the seat of the on him. S, M..FLEISU MAN. Spirits Turpentine. in barrels and AMES at rttail.4 LIVELY. fifes, guitar and Violrti'ltrfojri fine colocrw and Otlrtr"perfumery

Northern and North-Western States have repudiated Chailcs J. Faulkner, of Virginia ; Burton disease; but Dr. McLnne's PilLs make themselves frittipcn Quiney, Fla, Jan. 1, 18 8._ _[janl2'fi_ 3-4t January 5. 1 856. and a general aw trant of Toyil v>'','

the Philadelphia Platform, and we Craig, Warren Winslow, and Thos. y. Ruffin, the action of the Liver, and by cleansing the Blacksmithing- Watches and jewelry aepaired proajptr/tndla; tied
f'nnhiin. the streams disease which '"
that the American members of Congress of North dry up impure Just Beceived.T best manner.
eupposc Kcitt of Sooth Carolina .
; thence derive their existence. ,
have formed
THE tTndmijrni'd October 20, 18W.WILLIAM. .4 :
frqm.those'S'tJites stand sercraUy upon John A. Quitman, Win. Barksdale, Dr. V. 5?" Purcliasers will be careful to ask for DR. MTAKE'S __a_ I a co-partnership for thspurSSCcSZiSI EMONB, Guava and.'Currant Jellies. ;Prunes, .

their oxn Slate platforms." Wright, of Mississippi. These are the chnmpions CEirtRATro LIVTR PJLM, and take none else. pose of carrying en the Black-- Pearsi Sardiues, Pickfed Oysters, Brandy tPeschcs -

Bolts the immortal"a cherished Southern ready for de contest in thehaUs of legi.slation There are other Pills purporting to be Liver Pills, tmithinr Business in all it*various branches. Particolar Preserved Lemons, Oranges,Piu Apples and Gin :P. SLUSSER, ,
now before the public. Dr. ATLsne's L? er Pills also attention ia giver? in Orrisiare'and Spring "Wm-fc, ger, Greeq Gage Marmalade,, Lemon Sjrap Rasp- '
loader and aspirant for the Presidency as well as before the people. Does his Celebrated Vermifuge now b". had at all respectable and to'' Axles! ofrttl Idpds of VVnicles. The berry JB.JgwberTy doPioe Apple do, wid Ginger TaI12LBBe 1i.MAYL'kCTU1Ea .
this array look as if die Democratic party had Drug Stores in the United States and Cana 6f ilo.. Raspberry Vineyar, FrcA Salinou Lobster.Hnd-
in extracts quoted from hi* !late letter l>v nslart !hop ia rnnvetiifnt to the Ijvery Stable P. B. Bro"rnw. or Corr&t,Tzr'.SixT
been overthrown, or as if tha future was not da. SOt r and special attention eiven to horscihoeinj."nrminj .- dock ffallibut and Shad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch Jftox'' WAHB WnoissAtBDS.U.EB &thtRrrzz
'Lt-! i-or.fir'uiS iLe dctLi .lIons of tl.e For sale all the Drn in Ale and Porter. ;
eliteing, or as if-fragmentary: fusion could lie :: at r Stores Tallahassee, implements of every description done to or
acd nt Town in the South. 3O,000 Havana !garQ. ix PIAIN, FA CT ..tnWAEL
lie one Agency
Organ y- ir.nir.t.-iiiicd ? Let me Courage every der. P. B. BROKAW, -
January 5, 1S56. 1-2wSundries. : 1L B: FITTS.Jan. .:
44 Nomatterlizt yrr.i. or I, or the- oulh, nre"tothe!! Democratic party everywhere. -- -- 12;1856. 2-ly January 5, 1856. 1 S tP U

resy tbiiik of that j Lifomi, HJK! no nuUfr We h.ive but to deserve victory by honesty : Stove Head-Quarter*.
how it lie U if and union ourtelvcp and Boot & Shoe Shop. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
right inny ns'acrfv/yrfiirr/ io a among \\e shall be.sure l. A SPLENDID jusortm jt of Cooking, Parlor
iijrp ofihcjKirty.: It has no! Lcen, r.r.dit to achieve it. _TIlFl undeteisrn begs leave tn iuforra tie GROWTH OF 1855. SI \ and Wood Stove, trimm d. with neatoe.E

f annul be, raiijifd cr endorsed by any t7 So.ic in.llie Uni-M? Alexander II. Slejhens of AUCTION "lloiinfry that I.e Las opened R Bix and Shoe Shop in Lta just rcciiveil, Out Door Works .
; tlil. j'l-irA, and is now prepared to do nil kind of work AilES 4 LIVELY.
These citations sre conclusive-and hence, who pie eiA-es his seat on the opposition side I'i.1 ; cLL37: AT in this line, in the most workmanlike mnnner and January 5.1S; 6, 1. iofiig. Ornaincntnl Front Heads. (?ctteririg. Cop
House but waitAheopporluni-1 i and Tin Conducting Pip whenever Southern, Mnou ojthe calmly -0 l'romis a Nothing paper ty, no doubt, t>*dofine his position ii the ranks Usual Lour, Lalf past 10 o'clock, A. II.OX .imarcill. He viil bcfoundat his Shop, .200 foot Flavored Gum Drops. Zinc, Lead Pipes, PaUut Ci$ rii Pu'mjja. Shop issrk
un ei takes to i.iakc it by quotations Str.t tififk'of Mr. While' Tin of every variety dt-ue at short ootSj -
nj'jrozir of slis LV=i. o.i tic party. This tkillful le .d- p Shop.R 1OUNDS Gum Drops,
from guch papers rs tic- '" '.KKC. fiat the er, whose voice i is never heard without effect 3IOXI>AYTJANUARY 14, ?" Repairing. done at the shortest nAtiee. 'OO d Flavored Vanilla City and Coiiulrjr ]flcrcttatit

At 10 -YWk Snliof Roil Estate and VALUABLE M. RUPP.Juaunry do. Pine Apple, Are respectfully invited to give me a call tafoie porchasicx .
Northern wing of ihtir faction is n-Iiable on the in the Uhlls Conirress, and whose eloquence hilf-pi--t: 12, lS6.Executor's 2-St elsewli '
re. .
do. Lemon, ;
PROPERTY iu lie Cit of Tallanascc.AT.SO >
great question of the tiny, the jKOlo? may re- has ahi-ady made him a historical character, do. Orange, ic J p. N. B. All articles manufoctued from the very
thongh: not far advanced in years, will, when -- Sale of Land &.Negroes.ON AMES A LIVELY. IM>S( uisteriul and warraute4 durable; NootLrpjtjo
the eTort
garJ : ns intended solely to delude !he comes to open up his stoses of argument 2 likely" young Xe ro Women between 19 acd 20. the first Monday! in February, 1856 will be JaouarvS, 1856. 1 cle will be offered fur sale. .

and deceive tLt'iL Occasionally we meet against the combined thrill the 1 Woman and Child! &old! ] ut Public Sale at the Court House in Talla- ftetober 20,1866. 43,
country -
2 prime Negro Fellows, hnqee, eight likislv Negroes, viz: Bill and Charles, Plantation for Sale.T -
ivith Know
a Nothing organ dial prefers Southern from Maine Georgia, and from the 1 imddV aged Negro tiu.
men ; Allen and Willis, loys; Jenny, Snruh. and Sn.ran. el Executor's: Notice.A .
OFFER for sale Plantation consisting of
yl -
to Lake-son die North to the Gulf of Mexico.IIy Good Field llands arid warranted. ray
rights ( achieved
a p.ry triumph by an women-, and Anderson a child. Five eighths of '
c-n hundred and twenty acres ((1120,) of Land, seven LL persons having demands .ipninst ibeEstata
JOhN R. LLOYD Auctioneer.
abandonment of the pUtfuna lid down at special JJispatch to Ike Pfnnsyhanian.lion. Jaotiarr 12. 1866. 2 land adjoining and lying South of the land formerly hundred ((70fJof) which is under cultivation, with -A. John Parknill, late of Leon Count/ deetased;
rhl3cki1ua. owned Ly S"i.ah II.Thompson and CL R, W. Alston, 5 Among these, is the Richmond if. M. Fuller of Pa. Auction.ON nil of the property of Capt. Thomas Reynolds, de Tallahassee, two miles Wtait of the Thomasville distribution are hereby notified to present-tb! same

TVg-a paper which sometimes seems willing ceased. road (via Duncansrille.) and about three miles from witlu-tit delay to the obdersi ned Executor and Exroutrir -
This gentleman has been steadily voted for, Also, the crop of cotton-thirty-five or forty bales. the lint of the contemplated Railroad from Tallahassee and are also notified that tbeireaimi] and dev
to go any lengths to defeat the Democ for Speaker of the House, by the Southern Wednesday next, January 16th will l>e sold Terms made known on the day of sale. to Thoma&ville. About fire hundred ((600)) of it in raands will! be bnred at the elpiratJoo of two years'

racy. Noticing the pregnant admission of Know Nothings, and some three or four before my J'ufitive Store, the fulLwing Negroes. Terms JESSE AVERETT, Executor. first quality pine land, the balance hammock. For according to the stattrtea of this State, unless EzhiU-
Cath. Sile and Without R further information, apply to me on the premises.THOS. ted wilLiu that period. .
the and Free-Soilers
Washington Organ-quoted above-the / as many 1 Negro Man aged about 27 years, .
G FJO. TV.PA RKHITX. Execotor.LUOTtt .
from the Norlh. He made last week 1 '. S2 Tax Collector's Sale. .
W7zig conies out houestly; and boldly, and a speech December 22. 185. 61.4w PARKHILL;, Extcotrir..
: .uid defined hi position. He says, if he Lad 1 u" "" 20 "" B virtne of the authority vested in me by law L j Macon Telegraph and Ttomasyill Watchman DtXMmber8,1855. 49-8 -j ,

says ,een in the last Congress he would have vo- 1 :S6 have levied upon the lands known as the "Forbes' please copy 4 times and Mod bills to this office. .
** It is useless to talk al out the influx 1 Woman and Child, aged about 1 7 years, and within the of Leon -
alarming tod ngaii&t the Kansas bill; but i is opposed 1 u Purchase. ly'n being County for 6ale; .
of forei riairs, and the necessity of confining to restoring the Missouri Compromise line, 1 a. 20 46 nompri
tha reins ol government to the hands of and will vote to let Kansas with Constitution 1 48 ceed to sell e'> much of the same, before the Court "PERFECTLY satisfied that the Ch system most juL man about 27 0r 28 years old. with

naih-cs, unless the natives to whose hands she This any Warranted sound and healthy. Also a 1arre and house door in the city of Tallahassee will Saturday County the L prevail, and that there is a sufficiency of the need children, $ boys and. one girL Also A likely yousaj
may present. explanation 5th day of April next,at satisfy State,
would cornldothemareof general assortment of llousehold and Kitchen Furniture. ful to meet all of the necessary calls wanted in this man about 18 years"of ajsl Terms cash; or 2 ew
you the right strijjc.Vfecould took severali'Vee Soilers by surprise, who had It IJ. P.ERUT, Auctioneer and Railroad taxes due thereon for the year 1855L. part of Florida and Southwest Georgia, our banner York acc e..Bj S.S.KJTIGHT.Nov. .

flume any number! of foreign Lornvkozi been Doling for M r. Fuller, and they at once Jan. 12. I860. 2 C. DEMILLY, waving on the breeze as usual, the same jlow prices M. 1855. 47.- -'** '

ciicizs ve and the irhatc SMt'h vou'd changed their votes. One of those, a colleague TAX Collector Leon County.Jan. will be strictly adhered to, subject ouljr to the fluctuations -

trust, ecen KiLk: the jailer and patronage of the of Mr. Fuller, said that he had understood FKESH GROCERIESBBLS. [ 12, 3856. 2lStMiddle of the markets. Accept our thanks for the Circular 4 Upright Saws.
received since commenced
liberal patronage we
Presidency, in preference hundreds ofnx- Mr. Fuller very duiitifj! the Supeifiae: Flour, Circuit of Florida, this very very necessary reformation in. trade and we can -1I-OE&Co.anJ Welch A OriHeth Circular Savtf

lire.. farn American' cnn.aign ii; Penn.and if 1m had k>iown these 1 zo; '- :xtra IN LEON CIRCUIT COURT.In only assure our endeavours shall be to please all who .I..L42, 4(5( 48aad 2iucii sireon isndandfur-

If, however, it i 3 true, as tie; 'Organ says, to be his ve-ws, ho would have suffered his I 50; ) Fiesl. Potatoes, the matter of Petition of Elizabeth Rice for a patronize this cl'tap cash store iu 1856. Come and 1aaleby New Port. Nov.' 3,1855. 44- P.T.AHD SJOIIN

that the American ait ia ihti Norths n and liaud to uilher at his side before voting for &0 1LettiiielVLi4ey, elmne of her name to that of Elizabeth Levinus: price our goods before you purchase then judge fox *+\

\estern Stales havu repudiated the Philadcljihia .litii. Fuller was no doubt elected as an anti 25 Cracker n.s''iea, "VTOTICE it hereby jrivrn of the filing of the petij. yourselves aiinmo7z. for. the lutigtit polo knocks J. down It. LLOYD.the Per-

platfonu,* the the South should icpudi- Nebraska his shows 10 IJoics Soda CrLk'rS, i ti"n of Elizabeth Rice for a change of her name li. LLO-TB:
man ; own explanation 60 December, 1S55. 52
Swp. Elizabeth J L4.viI & nod that after the of ,
ate th<*n and all who sustain them In ) publication .
-even j : im to have been to the Nebraska *
: opposed 10 Spemi Candles, ii
ll-io) notice for three months application will be made FLOUR. r, '
though; Li so doingfiie' Organ shonH fti! to hill- ut a bait; is hung out to him and lit 10 Star u to the Jti'lge of Le/m Circuit Court for an order making

realize iu,, hopes in the way of the public j print | bites at it. We have no more confidence in 10 Ujcr-aroni. the change prayed f"r in snld petition. 24 BBLS." Superfine Flour,E tra. COllllISS.H MEIUIIANI1AND
ing. We trust dint the Soathern members ol i 10 Jis . ,
him: dian wo have in Campbell of Ohio-not uStqr'h. For sale by JOHN R.LLOYD. :r
the American party will iadiirnantly refuse to Jan. 12, 1856 S m .
: as uiuch.-Federal Union. 5 Hlids. Choice Sugar, Dec. 29. 1855. C2 COTTON BROKER
their for tie! '
cast votes jirojiristors of tic Or 6 BU Crashed "
gan' or anybody else, who does not "hand 25 Mess i'erk, Notice. CALL nuU enquire the price of the fallowing'"Wes TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
Gen. Cass and ibe Presidency.We 'innoe of nn order of the Hon. J. Wayles Ba- Country Produce,just received by the Wild *
boldly! fairly and squ.-irelv, upoa the Philadelphia -' 25 Prime IN pur TS prepared to attend to all kind of sales in tbeit
William Bouie will sell at from New Orleans
Pigeon :
authorized General Cas
are by to "
say 10 Syrup. 1_ and of Leon Real Ekite
platform. Vdefor wind Dcuwcraloj bidder before the CourtHouse county ;- ,Negroes,, O>t- ,
iuy sile to the highest
that in the democratic senators 75 Boxes assorted Tobacco public Bacon. ton Fnrrifjure. Horses.Mue! .
I caucus on Carriages,Bug ics, 4t;
: die top of the ground in preference to door iiiTnlIabasses on Monday, the 4lh day of
any last he declared that he 200 Sacks Salt. Clear Sides West Li-Iia Fruit 'and iferthandlse uf
Wednesday was no HOGSHEADS .ecrydeicrip*
the following lands lying and being in the .
Whig or American who is a trimmer, and February 5 *
mea 6 Bales Bagging, Uon, ia
candidate for the and that he wit the Vi 3 Ribbed,
presidency, was County t>f L on and State of Florid to :
ly-mouthed on thQ subject of and 40 Coils B.'pe. M "
slavery for the S W of Section in Township 2 Tennessee Hams, AVtTIODA1
unwilling his name to be presented as such 35 Rio Coffee $of J S '
Southern Bags "
rights. 2 Sugar Cured di. '
at t'ie National Convention. Whilst Gener- 10 Java two. Ilangfl one. North and WeL Terms made 10 Bbls.Mess Pork. Wednesday atid S5urdayH o'FIoc ;

This is uttered in the true Southern spirit, eral Cass thus positively withdraws his name _. AW, Biandy, Bherry and Madeira Wine, with a known on day 5. 1S56.of sale. WILLIAM 1 BOUIE. J.R;LLOYD.- 0 roceriea and Staple drjgooJi Tholeaalf Rr>
and as such we comraead it to die adoption from the presidential canvass, ho has abated general assortment of small groceries suitable f>rfatiiUiet Dec. 29.1855. B2 tail at CnskStoru.. .,

of other Southern Know Nothing organs. none of his zeal in behalf of democratic pau- Jan.-l.vfur 12, 1856.raJ 2 R. II. BERRY. MEDICALNOTICE.. oDRS. Lard. DcerabfT8.1855.- JO'HN fc 4iNotice. Ltbyii:,

ciples, and none of his patriotic devotion to .

Meeting of the Medical Profession. die cau.-e of the constitution and the Union. GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.I GAMBLE & BETTON] Kegs2BBUS.leafLard, a

Agreeable to recommendation of die State Since writing the-above, we received the -0- OFFER their Prefeseionnl Services to"the Pub- 1IL: LLOYD. Mouths after date the ondersi ned,adminfctnH
and Odd Fel '
ffite next door to SIX
Medical Association, the Medical Profession IVniisylraman ofyestrdny morning, which DR. T. J. CUR LEE lows' Hal''. Dec. 29, 1855. 53 orttte estate Violet Harri deceased lat

contains the subjoined letter: of Leon Comity, will present-Tils' final afleon&ta and
of Leon County met in the City of Tallahassee Practicing Dentist January 5,1856. ,1CoPartnershlp Sugar touchers lo UM Judge Probate for saMCaujity.JWX
DETBOIT Nov. 23 1835.
and MONTICELLO O:: HOGSHEADS of prime Brown Sugar, ask to bedjsehnrjred. ''It A. Ata/tl
on January, 8di instant, to regulate a fee N THOMASVILLE, GA, Notice. SHINEJ
Ifll GEXTLEMKX : I have received your letter and MADISON FLA, and their respective and rJ 2 extra Deeerober29.1855. 62-ffra -f --'- .
for this entered into co j.Eacecutor's
said Lave day a -
County. asking me if I am a candidate< the office adjacent counties. He inserts any number of ArtiS THE undersigned J.R. LLOYD. : T* .
The meeting was organized by calling Dr.J. of President of the United States,and expressing dial Teeth, from ONE to a FULL sett, on tb latest in Dec. 29.1P65. 62 : NotlOe'* 1. 3 3TOTICB
H. RANDOLPH, to the Chair, and apIoInting the gratification it would give you to sup like improved principle which giving approaches them that Nature beautiful so nearly, life fit x-s Whiskey. is fere'by gvri lo il
appearance 1XEL
Dr. R. N. GABDXKX, Secretary.On port me for that high station. as to challenge detection by the closest observer. ') BARRELS. Fletchers t Smiths double rect'd,
While .for this manifestation Dentil! their NATURAL under the came and style of "I -
motion committee of five thanking you Persons needing operations on 20 Rose-Extra And sU 1iersrfs bating cT
a was nppoisted of your kindness and confidence, of which I Teeth and wish him to perform them, can by AMESkLIVELY. J.R. LLOYD.. hereby''notified to presbt them Vjjhid tW tw j v -

consisting of Drs. Leonard, Ilobertwn shall ahvays preserve a grateful recollection, apply ing BOOH, have them done at the following prices v : _ Dec. 29,1855. 62 scnt l byiaw.ot; thU n6 ticill WTpRad id iUr of

C. B. Gamble 31. Nash and R. N. Card- that ( candidate for the which will bo found to be MUCH lower thai his ever tbeh friends therftecovery. HUDSOtt MUSX Ett' ''
I reply am not a presidency been offered in this section of counfry twfor< to-wit: THEY will pleawd to sea iVtiit& Sundries.C"V Dec.

ncr, to prepare a fee bill to be considered at nor do I"desire that thy-name bhould Furtilin! ? teeth with Gold Foil, II 00.$1 50, t2 00( '. and patrons attheoMsUndof I?. H Atnesvhra BARRELS, WintW.KppinAppldS Qufncy,- 21,1853.- :. ; .i. ,
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the next meeting."' ; be pre&cnievl in connexion with it to the consideration and f 2 60, varying.according to size of cavity wad \assortujeat they of will Articles keepi11.and appertaining general to their JU\J: 4000 Oranges,; : FLQXD& *oUtt

of the democratic party of the Amount material use I; Eitmcting Uctli, in orncic, .. 20 barrels Irish potatoes, -
On motibn, the Cliairraaa was; added to the ; .* : -. U1 6uly"oO eetiU-out of office, (1. 1 ice. o oeas.- D.-H.JAMES. ;y 6 boxes Cheese, > ,.- atXttivv .i -:_
JLDisiplntlon nrj -
Coinfitittee. nion. ills rkici for a full upper.ur lower edt of teeJh on : JO boxes Star aof Sperm Candle's. -i> ; WUfvpraetfcfn tne1 Cfitnit Ooifrt* M1& '

I am, gcntletneo/wit'a! grant'regard, rx-ATE. (with CpXJlNUOUS.-GUMS'if necessary4 ,)/ Jdtuary11SS& 1 NOTT in store and so crowded I *m anxious to dis- ami in Ufa SITOT.of frna
Tlie meeting jjieu adjourned meet in .t :,7 > :truly yours > ?0 pcr.tot h/an'd pir/cci satisfaction .guaraut ein < pnse of them at a e//Advanceon cost and charges tha State; AA) in"tlw DTrict Oo it'itL&i-IW: .

Tallahassee on January, 15lh insC at which ; LEWIS CMSS.Avna' .- ftiffy lustat'Ce. Co-partnership. for cad. CASH, CASH, of country crodocewr ted fftite*,'fh ,U.. Northern Dfctriit of 1 1.R. **"< -
thne J. WESTCB, Esq., and others. TJ i'*e" disiriugliis services In any portion of the Partnership heretofore ween ;Da: :' w -- '" -' aJ.ILLLOTO. .l:. FLOYajOoiD.P.liOLLAND 4 ? s

all regular Physicians of the County are '-1 _" above nMied counties, or a'ny"other"section' of country PiE and Bray, is this day dissolved, by,routjwloouiut. Dee.29.1855. ..M; T. -
tamestly) requested toz.tkndr : Chero- can upninppli'ationby letter to ei!her ol the above, All persons Indebted.will please settle the :"' ftt I
br-lwecn white aud '
Marriages men named Pest Officesor otherwise;;receive prompt attentiwi. i* a t within Geo. Damon, and.all persons having deIQA On Consignment.A '

J. II. RANDOLPH, Chairman. keevomenhhve* been provided for by an aet '* *Ja will please present the sane/* payment, ,;: A of BirperW tolinRke, : NOUQQI, 'Li.. aS

". N. GAEDXEB, Secretary.. otf the Cherokee Council. lA.t cbrresjMwleHtjof B EFKtt ENOE8 : M.S.I3RAI.' '' *C'40 bWs. No. 1'Mallet, in fine order. ti : P
J.-TL, LLOYD s d youebersi,
tha S. W. Independent states the substance J(7nGg CoLK..M.w ( eargiL11imJ 1 1855.- l-4t
January ,: DI'e.29.1855. 62 ..
Their _
National) Men :''IL-SEWAED, } :
pt the law to bc }hat white,men,will ,b/. rec .Thomasvill Qa. continue rf Cabinet Business
There has been much parade a&out nationw # JUDQK LOVE, r )[ > SubieiberwiU e Pi.Wat Sale.,
men jn the opposition; rank*of the North. bgnised as citizen of the Cherokee Nation, 'S'S.'Wi* xy, E Q, J his'old l'J8fHrwill conjtAdly on hand LIKELY NEOlldES fonfiJn ond CtHdren. Dee22l85. $7 u

"there were any such curiosities, the present by applying to'onopCfhe: clerks of the Diatiict O.O.FwEsq.W. S.JJrtwoBTRi'Eq, I a good a rtoient of cabinet -qrnmt.ure.GEO.DAMON.- 8 1 iNrgro Mlow.o: ,. *. "** '- Executora.Ndticc. .

Contest in the House wnld hare di.cIosed Codrts for a license to marry, which being Mowrs W.:LLOYD. w Sereby irivw ia aUjWedHws."i t ta> '
em to the country. Four northern candi- granted they will .required to take an R E. Br.ctinc.' DoUaRew4. ] ec.2l855. 'i_ : : i hUU t0 (KsWbHIa&js| : |' bF'<
&te Mate been started/ot the January I 2. 1850. 2 Tt4rty-Pi estate of ChaflA'Hebrj Itor wx rtK speakerahip
the < ioi,. Let by oath allegiance to sopport the Constitution. 1 ') QTOLEN;,oo the ,ufeht of tfaa Htb inst, rAii idiiTS 1eth the County o/OWsde 'in'tlifrSttWafj .
wbx :
us Me > The JRceeired 1
they at* on Consignment, b Madison
r&t j ttH arid the'Chierpkee'Natj6n-aDd not toie1' D bam my plantation Coootr : int thSPtflIW4etaMS ,j esns.jt
Lewh D; CamjbejIo1 Obo a Ckarintttm y""nei.TEIRCE5 :_. DARK BAYHOaSB l*B lknkiiat a
frvik From #%??*& > ThriJaa : : g .'4J J two years friwft vVr tbt b1e4lil ib4sa..
straightforward wW &b fltioujst ; Nation. ') "- Extra Carolina Rice Bags Chatarjno lb. following marks: a peculiar white face extending : ? F''"' -gj"Notice. d+d ia bar of tlie same,&greeaWVftb di

& eonJ j1 flop. C.; M.enninf.x>f Ilo ;t ililU Flour, to b*sold just to' diver down the whole face to the nose and.ftttndojfio BOB rPee.29.185S. .. ef the station such-:csBp; inadii-w4 uu1dt-a.--{ + ....

: ; t! 1er.y, a ie.olut. fgthkntdan. A Sht1L-A angry 'woman in, n robin,Was'a txpeiesa; by RHAIIOr ,WH1TAtR.: side' as-well as remembered,hue hind ttddle horse
:; ebr1ka whig4t.third ii 1ior.i.; Henry lighted qracker-for c'bct: once abe geS -* Newport,Jan. ,12, 1856. 4JnstBecejTed (S nfluel.a boofwhitf ackswU oftka Uw'saddl fore reeW, .draws gtM :: months after tBs ftrstpafjheaUooof this notlc fa ei. ,
w ec'fPennj1vank.fone.drthc: most off, tbf'4 no 1tJQing f lrer4 and when sho -: doutle; rn* 8,also,a aikddle worn i or niipirid,' Wrnfuttrat beM t 1.j!- J u1 l$5j.t17
.: r f i _.__*i VvBrific i n oridl, and aaddU, ibZa4 .Lew's fr.lirtwficK;deceased, wfll present Unirittd icns -
; th. angI a'gun. .
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notoriq oiitcooid'a WiUio. does go ;'; e dollrarewaci wilt U. Tea for voacbers to the Judge! of Probntes1 of tjforf Coon. -- -- -.r. i i jf

: bnihat..bo1iti.1.sder,4,, 1'o wA-fdr1et; ; vep fur BBIS.* LT;UPotatoes. ,10 do Onwns. Che elMKi o .rjhuHe ty-* d-a.k beHJisdiarged fromlheoradtmntttration : j* I 'm1'iwc

; ? )nA4tttt; andeIut: k lion.fL4uJi1 2 ,JJuokwhwiCRio-and Jara Coflte,, Cod Fish* wasmWIf ? Hurwi vrcrtbj at;feast t.f said estate; 9.btt; ,. 0 -a41
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.!TflEBALTIMQR STQVE QU rlf; of1i\ JL jr ajbrative. It.will in:shof Ctime:reatore the: _..oJ oflloe3 L.'a.I.bbF.t,:.' .-i!.Qtadti4ne3ld MERCBANTTMLOR, >

.t. ,, "J "" 'f. p. coamsUMr1Otior'Ut.iIt IthOt tiitat'e hair which kcotjaerrty prinanently to.itsorig- l int"nd.Oll' :_.1aapri sd!th f4r'1 r j i.1t :M de't1Q ud
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{ mal color-bring* : u.gone,and arreqta owning! tbwOosa Ties. : .
.. 8C."Sf.. ., ttA'EN'r. ly 1 :large.'rmt electedpart calarly' theTtorfJa)' niar?. it[where U falling oBdeatnthenea i thedaodrafT Pensneott and Georgia Rail Road,-beweenTalWi4i- 'veutitifl'sFuri1sh1I1GQ04.TamitDtDtfr '
t 'J. keU which be f eh" asanred he will be able to Setr.- Decen ... .
\ .. .. ; and itching remeye.U cutaneous'eruptiooa.;and render and Madison from tlft lOlh to the nth .
&,.I. .. ,1 1' low, not;only for each and the produce of the' coniury.butalaotb the scalp perfectoy healthy byj storing th. aee- see bet next etviflgmy Fatt'and: !Vi7s1ersup-

those who. have-been.dealing with Biro retive orgaiu to their origmal vigor and strength,and .* Al o. for the 2d DivisiOn'nfthe Road between Vesting, ffC, of
"K forerf AH tboee wishing to porchaa we.would Ibo supply uutrimeDt pod coloring matteVto if.-- Madison and A'ligator. from the 20th January to tbo ply.of CtoOu, Casswercs, '

advwe to call and *ee:these splendid It doe not color the biirbutiiin shorts perfect 1st February next. Color Style and.Qnalily) ;
Satin Plaid and 'DiiIJnhIWm Every .
"l.t Glace, Obene striped Hair invjgorator and Tonic. Plant and Profile of the respective ,
Solid and flak.Brocade,. To tbe young wh*. ao much admire the beautiful whibited at thh office.on and .after the 10th December < to make up in tht most
1 prepared .
Qro de Rhine*. and, Black Silk, of-all price.and lock and ringlet b fl* that be will be pardoned and.SOth January.'.And the Proposal will be vtych am thart notice

-. .. qualities, he offers advice soggeted by long lady and extensive opened on the' lltb December for the lit D1YiIIODnd 'fashionable? style, on ,
: Black and colored Velvet, observation; it I i to discard, all cologne and : on the lit February for the 2d Division AND REASONABLE TERMS.' ."

.' : Solid! aad plaid Caohmere* and Merinoe, stimulating oils tor the hair and keep alvin! *upon the Th' work will be divided into sections. about. one _ALSOA ...
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__ .. Solid, plaid, and ,figured Delaine. toilet a .ltte'of the .restorative .for occasional use, mile jn I gtb'to uH the'conve'nience: of bidders. .. I.ARUK ATf D WELL.IELEL'TJD STOCK OF they uu4UM""rThe: Hebre r* Plaster flapeeK
Embroidered plaid and. black Alpaecaa ] that henceforth silver locks will the preference of other bidders
and we can safely predict, Stockholders bare CLOTHING ally ia ao CXTVJEJAL r..1UaA for local pam*. vf yTt
Black Bombasines. and bald heada :will be.unknown: for although the at the aame bid., AU contractors except Stockholders ,READY-MADE nxtexfrllent appUcatJoo for
CORN AND ,GOB MILL. Spanish and Mohair Deb ige. rose may bloaaom upon 'the downy ehek-the dark will be required .to take,a part of their par Conslatin/r/ 'of every garment.suitable for winter wear, and also bund Brnitta.jt j a It gift* universal satisfaction .SpraW rnw'Died.
Ladies black and colored Italian cloak .!.. those, who will Vest. Pants 4c, kc,
eye be ever ao pi'rcmrud the teeth those of pearl, in Stock preference being .given to .. such aa Cloaks.Tats aa, Coats 8.S.OSLllf,If.D,
Patented May 16th, 1854.-Copyrighl Black and colored and silk Talmas still if the natural fluids be .withheld from the hair take the Urgent amount which will be disposed of it low pricee. Gf t 4th un.i.r .
4 secured March 1st 1855. English pluahed Talmas. and in eonaequenet it becomes first dead and harsh, WM. GRIFFIN, Chief Engineer. Also, large lot of Plain and Fancy "Sbirta. conan of Cnnnterfeita and base Imltatadca
embroidered laeeT Da At Ac.Tboca Beware
Dotted and then grey1sUin8ure will be robbed of more Undershirts,Cravat,Stocks Hosiery ,
I LMrif: Infefngemmt vpn tkeabtm trill It p-oitiutei Solid plaid and,figured Barege, than half its eharma!; and although it is a sovereign Contractor' desiring a thorough oat-fit wilXcoosalt their The genuine will in future bate the aigoatare of&
to the extent. cf ike law.] Blark and colored Shalleys, remedy for thoM: who are gray aa well as those who Notice to interests by giving roe a call as all the above ar- TATtoa on the steel plate engraved va 1M labtlWthe

Welch Silk and ffuace Flannels, are bald still all see tbe propriety of making only} Evoixxiy* OncE PIKSAOOLA & Gxo. R. R. own tides have been selected with great care and with a top of each box, .

LITTLE GUST. Red and yellow Flannels, neb an application to the bait and scalp aa is calculated TAttAHit Ft*, DKCTMBE lar, 1855. special view to their adaptation to this market. Purchasers are advised that a tn' eoantultit.t
Opera Flannels of all color. to it both in a perfect and healthy atate. time lettirur of the Contract.on the fO- JOHN PBATOKIUS. this article !i. in .x tt-n( .

: THE au'-eriben havipg Mcnred th' right from LT- English_and Erench embroidered .bands From the preserve Editor of ti, Real Estate Adotrtittr 27 THE & A Georgia Bail Road are changed aa follows November 24.1855.Notice 11-4'1 The genuine is sold only by n*, and'ear Kftati ap." .
w Soon to ell the CORN aud OOB MILL, Lace and linen C. Handkerchief, SchoolStreet.Bo8TosMareh2054.. : pointed through the South-.--ASD 310 nDu."s.'
known as the" LITTLE GIANT" are now prepared Emb'd Collars, Handkerchiefs TJndtrtleeves, That part of the limv between Tallahassee and the to Contractors. LOWED TO SELL rr. Dealers and porcbaier gtnmUy

to exeeute promptly, in a thorough workmanlike Embroidered Cheraoisftte aud Collarette, Aucilla River mill be let at Tallabaam en the Slat ,1OEANGX are caatkned against buying of any hot our ragoUagenU
manner, all order wholesale and retail, of said Mills. Blue, brown and green Veil flanges, Prof. Woed: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely December Orncx OF STArs EKCUIXXK: ,BCKSAVICTA: VAUOCST ,othersrUe they will. be i imfcoaed trpoo wits a*
The reputation won by these Mills for the putyear Black love Veils 0 quite gray, I was' induced some* weeks since, to That part .f the line between the Aueilla and .the MILL,P.0., ST.JOHN Rrvxa.FuL,) worthless article. SCOV 1L .t hEAD.I21.CbartresSi. '

throughout the United States is a sufficient gn&rantnrit. Thread Cotton and Linen; Laces make trial of your hair restorative. I bare used less Suwannee Hirers will be let at Madison C.. H.on the 20in, 1855. betCooti and St. LonisN.'O'Sole

utility and establuhed character. It bai.I.t Cambric and Swiss etitcing and Iuurtin., than two bottles, but the gray hairs haVe all disappeared 27tb, December: And PROPOSALS will be 'received at thia Agent for the Southern State,to wllomaJlorden

a !ar&mountof money and labor to bring the Bobinet and Mantilla Laces, ; and although lay' Lair has not fully'atUined That part of the Hue between the Suwnnnee Ricer SEALED the 20th day August,1858,for constructing and applications for Agencies must W adrirsrted.

Mill t4) it*present Jtaile perfection nnd is now offer Colored Merinoea, lU original color yet the process ofeh&Dgei gradually and Alligator, will be let at Alligator on the let, Feb- a Canal, with its necessary appendage. .
.J ta Planter r ', Stock Feeders and others as a complete Curtain and Dress 0lico v I going on, and I have great.hopes that lisa abort time uaiy next. WM. M.GRIFFIN, such as Lift Locks, Guard Lock Basins ic,from For sal* at all the Drugstore Tal',).*.'

article of mechanism, simple and practical in use Embroidered. Lace Curtains, _my__hair.. will be as 0 dark J. as"formerly.. I late also;teencrmtlfiorl Chief Engineer. Lake Harney on the SL Johns to Indian River a du- and IT at ole Agency in every Town ia the Strata.August .
and durable! in construction It is pronounced by evtry White,black and slate hosiery. II'WCU S ai tliA LUC ueaiiny moisture and vitor of December 8, 1855. 49 tance of thirteen miles 3.410 wet; authorized bytneGeneral 83 la
body to be the most important article of lbe'kind i White and black silk hosiery, tbe hair, which before was harsh and dry and it has I Assembly, of the State of Florida at ita es- .- -

bow in. .nct only well adapted for grinding cob Ladies and Oent.i.hlack and col'd Kid Glovef, ceased to come out as formerly. -< (\ HDS.BACON, lion of 1854-8,by An Act entitled An Act provide. I FEMALE COMPLAINTS.The .
meal for stock but vita orrlneh mmony k'r the table. Misses colored Kid Gloves Respectfully yours, D. C. M. RUFF. J.U S M Shoulder. for and encourage a Liberal SysUm'of Internal Improvements

Ac Ac. The- LITTLE GIANT"received the FIRST Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, CnicACo, May.1, '64.-1 have used Prof. Wood's 2 Plain Hams in this State. best Female Medicine Known.

PREMIUM the late Agricultural Fairs of Missouri October 18, I85. 41 I Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It preventsthe 10 bbli! Mess Pork. in store and for pale by,* Proposals w specify the amount fur which the Extract of Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla W

Kentucky, Maryland, and other States, nod that in -' hair from coming out gives it a glOM and softness HOPKINS & MEQ1NNISS. work will be done,the mode and manner io which THIS Ye. apeedv, and permanent care for all

the most complimentary manner. The No. 2 Mill is Georgia Military Institute, very desirable. The few gray Iairs I bad have Dec. 1. 1865. 48 payment are to be made.whether in lands or moneys complaints incident to FEMALES.Its .

warranted to grind ten bushels of feed per hour with N A RIET'rA. entirely disappeared. Others of my family have usedit or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates wild alterative properties, reader it peculiarly":

oae horse, ami offered at the LOW PRICE of$55.all ,and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professes i Bonnets, BOIID t. be seen at this offiVe, and any information obtained by applicable to the slender and.delicate cooatitutioii
complete, ready fur attaching the horse. No. 3 Mill, THE Academic year is divide4 into two sessions of to be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Avenue. colored straw Bonnet. addressing the undersigned at Orange Mill Pest Office of the female. It id unrivaled b it* effect ApeD .u.

at|65, grind fifteen bushels per hour and No. 4, at months each. The Teuth Session coinroeucea LADIES colored straw trimmed Bonnets, St.John's River, Florida." Proposal will she diseases as Incipient CoDSumption, Barreonea,LaG
$76. grinds twenty bushels per hour with two horses.Ad on the SOtb of FtBmrMRT next, and ends on the raor. WOOD'S OBIESTJH SENATIVE LIXIMKXT. be received for constructing a Rail Road eYer the corrboB or Whites Irretnilar MenstraatxiD, leeoott.

Jiug freight and clw'r,.. 19th of JCLT This Liniment is valuable auxiliary to the treat i plain. a same ground. F. L. DANCY nence of Urine,and general Proatratkm of the system
BOBBINS d BIBB.De The Cadets are divide:1 into four College CPaMes. ment of some of the most formidable disease with blaek" State Engineer State of Florida. i It immediately counteract that distressIng aerTocv
M white satin and silk
mbr 1,1855. 48 The Annual Commencement takes place on Wedne I which it ia our lot to contend; for instance: iuflaroa- black extra size) August 81,1855. 85-ly Dna and lassitude so ,common to the female frame,
day Uior the 20th ef JCLT. 'tA lion of the Itrogs and bowels. By a thorough and continued Children and Misses( straw Mu and impart. aa energy and buoyancy,aa arpjriaine aa-
ACADEMIC STAT application of this Liniment over the regions of a Hat. Leon County Iron Werks, they are grateful We have evidence me,wkiaai

THOMAS WHITE,. Cot A. V. BRu tnr. A. M, Superintendent and tbe affected organ the otherwise formidable diseases For sale by DAVID C. WILSON.. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. induces ns frongly to recommend this median* to
are"at once disarmed of more than half their terrors married who bar net beta bleue whh off
Mathematics and Natucsr Philosophy. 41 in full AU people
Prof of is operation.
ANurACTUftER and Shett IronWare October 13, 1855. Establishment now
.LYI, ,and de.iler in Copper all kinds of Plain and Fauy Capt.THOS. R.McCONNELL Comuiaudant of Cadets particularly among allowed children to and, would thousands with of all mothers tbe THIS will be attended to with promptness,and spring.

< Tin Wares, takes pleasure in iufurming the citizens! ,and Professor of Engineering l were they of and affection speak bear their united A.&NCY OF THE ITNA INSURANCE CO. all work done with neatness and dispatch. Prolaptva Uteri,cr falling tAe Weml tf Jke
uf TuUabascee and Ute surrounding country, that lie is : Mr. V. H. MANGET, Prof of Frenob and History. their ohildren yearn
to the f cLthat it has snatched of the above Company.
hOW prepared to wait on all that wish to patronize Mr. W H. HUNT, A.M, Prof of Chemistry aud Eu- testimony from the jaws,, of death, and restored them THE undersigned receive Agent for and make insurance Gin Gearing Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, Yelline Ifotk and Sanaparilla. after My.tAw
I very application Brass
Lira ia his line of business. He also tenders his thanks __gush_ _Literature.n .... # nu : to their fornu-r health and bcuutv. A train .. will be_ ___;__.1..u liv Fire: on .Brick: and Frame. nuittlinull.. Shafting, Pulleys, HangersFluugh Castings,, knOC'n remedy laud 6'en tritdwithout relief.
the J. B. OUUUTk J', Trot, otCapt rawrn. ------J. 0'n iitiuiiine y -----:- Kettles, of any size kept
for Mr. Ac Sugar
to bis friends, and the public generally very in removing what is I Castings ; also WASBITOTOIT.O,F b.IMt.
found auxiliary Merchandize tc.
of Mathematics.A. a powerful Furniture. establishment
liberal with which he bus heretofore beeu R. S. CAMP, Assist. Prof constantly on hand. All work done in such
't'c-rd.patronage and be hopes that a continutionofthe same COXNELL. M. D. Surgeon.The known as an -'ie Cake. or an enlargement of Januiry 29. 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. will be done by ns, with a particular regard to Thin certified that my wife aged twenty**TMyears
wHl I be granted him. Institution i i. under the direction and management the spleen,indeed in nil cases where the external application tbe strength arid duiability of tbe work. has been uttering under the above complaint

He will constantly keep Ii band a full' supply of all of a Bard of Trustees in conjunction with aBoard u of service, this Liniment will be found use- For Sale.] Competent Workmen always iurreadinees to put up for five year Nearly all of' that time confined to hr

inii o/ Ware usually kept in an establishment of his of Visitors appointed by the Governor of the ful. undersigned offers for sale his Dwel- Eu2'ou. Ac. bed. I have for four year* constantly' employed th..
line of business. A full assortment ofSheet Iron State. ruop. WOOD'S VEGETABLE HAGIL urn TILL?. .THE House ned 50 acres of loud south of Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for best medical talent thAt could ce procured iu. ....

fifcert I..Nd' Lead Pipej; Sheet Zinc, Cistern Piynrv, By an act of the Legislature, the Institution has BU FIEID.May 30/53. I IVof. O.J. WOOD:-Dear on the Belle Air Road. The cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in thw tion of the country, without any benefit.whatever. I
; Cadets Muskets and Accoutrements Sir have used and u.ed for a number and have alo purchased instrument rcoHimen ADd other articles too numerous to men beeu furnibhod'wilh 1'U) :-As we seen House has six large room well finished;op tbe premises place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper every
tion.a great many and a Field Battery consisting of four six of yours, jour Vegitable Magic life Pills, we are pre- is substantial" out Kitchen and good water.- Brass. for the cure of such diseases, all of which proved
TO BUILDERS. pounder brass pieces and tw twelve pounder Howitzers. pared to recommend them to the public as superiorto The property xiill be offer ed on very reasonable All letters must be addressed (post paid) to worthies
: all otlrrrs, and infallible in the cure of the diseases Thisis of the most desirable locations in J. M. SHINE Tallahassee'Fla. In the spring of 18-18,1 wa induced by iy Mends
Tin Roofing, Guttering,Copper and Tin Conducting Tbe Superintcndest and the Commandant are graduates for which theJ are recommended: terms. one For terms to the firm of White March 11, 18M. 10Notice. to trv Dr.(UY8ott"* Yellow Dock and Saraaparilla,
r>fla Ac, all of which be promises to do in the nvt of\Vet Ppint anJ all the institute is upon theWedt B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albro. P. Jacobs, Leon County. door to D. H.apply Ame*' Drug Store which was used for four month After he had used
work-man like manner and style, and of the beet mil.t.rill1. l that i's Edward Gilber. John Slujisr, next it evident to all of that
plan the public may be assured government Orin Buzzel, Spencer Sussell, THOMAS WHITE. it for about four weeks was o*
on shortest notice and most reasooaUe terms ,discipline and course of studies will be strictly Albro, Lucien B.Sweet, Elias R. Sweet John Hucn- 28. "Will and he was improving and from ibis time she improved
Having been engaged for the last eight years inbu.ineN enforced.. raft, Nathaniel Gilmore,JamesII.Pine, Win. Jolyison, July 14,1855. THE undersigned Executor *f- the last cf Leon rapidly,and gained flesh and strength until tie tf*.
Cook '
at this place he t.hinka it unnecessary to re- TERMS Johnson Williams,0. Lawson, C. Farrar, D. Landers. N. GARDNER of John ease was entirely removed and sIte i ia now r}oting
omiuead himself any further to the public as regards : PROF. WOOD:-Dcar Sir:Having used, and experienced DR. R.. County notifies all persons haying demands against most excellent health. WM. MONTFORT.
mechanic but at the came time heae Tuition Bnard. Washing, Fuel, Lights,Hire of Musicians raid estate to present the same to him duly authenticated '
Lis capabilities as a the effects of your Vegetable Mngic Life his profi-soional services to the citizens We. being neighbors of "Wm. and Julia MooUori
.ur_ all that favor bun with a call, good work and j and all other contingent expeuse",per session Pills in my family, I Will say that as a family medicine OFFERS and surrounding' country. Office within the time prescrihed'by law, or this and notice all know that the above statement to the Mckne of

chup piiea.Having I of five moaths. in advance, 11250. they cannot be valued too Li Lly. I have used at the Pareonnge. will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; immediatelv. Mrs. 3fontt'rt and as to the cure being effected by
removed from the old stand formerly known I I Snrgeou's fee, annum, f 5. and those indebted are requested to make payment strut.
per and iufhmations 89 DdS to be
them in several bilious attacks 29, 1855. G\lYlOtt"aYfllw\T Dock apanlla.
... September ..
: ._ .
M Whit e& Slower, be will be found at his .tttonrlrtrs..... 0 ccrtK'ue uevriug 10 : runner inform&tinn.. can -- --- ncopy I will that their virtues cannot be too highly np- THOMAS .aULV& ly l true, JANE 1JJDl"MT ** *.
DAT of 200 foot street) where be will b* glud to wait of the **Regulatious" by addressing the Superintendent predated say, for in every case they have speedily triumphed Notice. November 17, 1855. 8w46Notice. SARAHBCOVILiMEJLD.POWtTI&

ouallhi* frienl THOMAS WHITE. I over disease, and hence I feel in duty bound .
Fxocotor of
Dc. 1. 1855 43Executor's ANDREW J. HANSELL. Secretary. months npr date the undersigned Ill Cbartrr Street,New Orleans
to recommend them to all. They operate perfectlyeasy SIX .late of Leon Coun-
December 15, 1855.. 603111NE producing no uneasy sensation vet their operation Estate of John Shepard. 'vouchersto months after date the undersigned,administra- Sola G.Deralgt'ots for Ute Southern State,U
_ Sale is thorough and I am satisfied i tnat nothing more tv, deceased will present his aecouuts SIX de boni non of the estate of Jonathan G.Pad- whom all t.rlers must invariably be addressed.,
; and asked to
Of Real and Personal Estate. w BOOKB.lJI' in most cases, is necessary than these valuable! pills, the Judge "Probate for said- County. rick, deceased,late of Leon County, will exhibit hi! :tSf: For sale at all >W DrugStores in inTahlaEaas.s.

l T:>ECEIVING from New York, a .to perform a speedy and triumphant cure.Respectfully be discharged. GAMBLE. final account and voucher to tbe Judge of Probate cf and at one Agencv in Tery Town rathe South.
IK pursuance of a deeretaf, order of his Honor JtX large assortment of BOOKS em- Yours te, ROBERT" Executor. Leon County and ask to be discharged. August IS. 1855. 33 6m

;; Wayle Raker,Jadge dated the 5th day of Octo. bracing every department: .of litera J. B. SANG ER. 11. T. BLOCKER, Adm'r de bonis oca F..
bvr A.D. 1855. we will offer for sale before the Court ture. In .History tie works of Hume.. Rollin, GiV O. J. WOOD t CO, September 29, 855. 39Oevxcl. July, 21, 18M. 29w Most Approved Corn Mill',.U Use.

HoC door in tbe Town of Quincy, on Monday the bon, Robertson, McCaul. Thiers Allison Prcscott, Proprietors 695 Broadway, New York.: A i A A OF the moat approved LASIER CORK
4th of next A. D. 1856. the ..Ilowingde.ciibed with School Histories to suit Louis P. B. BkOKAW'S.LIVERY .
day February Bancroft and Hildreth 114 Market Street, St. IVW MILLS fur ale obi the Subecri r. Tb***

.1 Real and Personal property, belonging to oil ages. In Philosophy, Abercrombie, Paley, Blake, D. H. Ames, Agent, Tallahassee Fix Mrs. Mary L. Ball Mill have been for"some time in CM through this rgi *
t tbe estate of Oscar Flllyaw deceased, to-wit: Phelps and Lardoer. In Mathematics, Day, Davies, February 10, 185fi. 6 AID Slii STI2E1S, ;.n and lower part of and give 'perfect satisfaction -
Twelve hundred acre of hind the greater portion aud and the poetical works of & the Lac'ies of Tallahassee
Emerson Smith Bailey; her services to TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ,grinding with ease 40 bushuls and tM riM
t p, cleared, being a claim situated" on what is generally Shakspcare, Jouson Milton DaMe' Tasso, Pope. JOHN W. EVANS, OFFERS to make antI trim Bonnets and Fancy --- in the day,with les than the ordinary gin power applied -
known a* Forbe'a Purchase, aboutten miles oI'eett Thompson Cowper, adworth: Mot1lWE'n, Burns ATTORNEY AT LAW Head Dresses, and solicit a lienral share of their Proprietor would in. to it.' Th maker furnishes a band to pat it up;
oflhe town of Qniney. Sixty-one Ne roes of all ages Keats, Young. H bpr.Jol. THE
t Hood. Coleridge, Shelly BA1NRKIDUL' GEO patron e. his friend anti the and every one warranted to give perfect aatiaiaetiwa.
hands. ,
: uf whom abovt forty are prim. working lock. Grey. Byroto. Scott Moore, Campbell Crabbe, attention to all business entrusted September 22, 855. 38-2m I_public, tbat he has rebuilt bin, ._ Call and examine them at D,LADD'S.
Twelve head of Mules and Horses, Soutbev/GoldBmiili, Tupper, Uemang, Lan Jon, Bryant ", TILL give prompt '15 _
i -- at tbe old stand anti u now April 211855.
in the Counties of Thomas, Brick ,
his large
One yoke of Oxen, Willis and Longfellow; Longfellow's Poets of Europe T to care, STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT -
accommodate his friends and customers.
Road Writers of America Decatur, Baker Daugberty, Calhoun, Eaily and Clay. prepared to
Two Prose
Wagons .
r I
l'oetryand Harneei
Poet .
; 7 tf N xwrORT. He also has attached to hi! Stables! good BlackcmitK Carriages, Buggies, and ,
J Two Ox Carts.I bv Griswold; Compendium aud Cyclopedia of English February 111856. : c, __ Tiliprp Vio .11. L-iruIanT.. ft. n Aitor ._
I Abo on the following Saturday,(being the 9th day Literature by Chambers and Cleveland, together -: "PIIK undersigned"still carries on the above businessX oiio p. wniunve nave aoneauPlantation "'U" in sate oy r. u. > .

I! of Febrjiaay,) will be sold oa the Plantation above with the complete works of Smollett. Fielding Scott LONG & GALBRAITH, in all its branches. Buildings wull calculated for work Horse and'with shoeing,and Carriage and dis :: Subscriber just received
D. LADD. the beat promptness THE
t dweribed : Cooper, Irving. Dickens and, Bulwer and all the uo ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. despatching wagons. very manner r }large supply of Carriage
Fifteen hundred bushels of Corn, Iu Medicine, the works of Newport. September 2, 18i4. S5 patch.November. which b effitr
vels of recent publication. A. LONG & J: B. GALBRAITH have aw<- S, 1863. 44 Buggies and Harness, *
Five thousand pound of F Xider. Meigs, Griffith Dunglings, Miller, Ram"bottom, 1\1. ated themselves in the practice of Law. They -- (waste on the most reasonable term

,, AW, a lot of Cattle Hogs, tc- Wilson Cburchbill Carpenter.Royle,Dewees,Hooper, will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme New Goods. MILES NASH &: CO. November IS, 18 4. 46
Together with a lot of: plantation implement Gunn, Eberle,Ewell) La Roche and Condie; Braitbwait.e' Courts and the District Courts of the United HAVE received my supply of Fall and Winter ,
utensils oon istin
Oin.-. th.other articles generally used in carrying on Classical Series Latin Greek aud French Grammars Office opposite the Court House. and New Orleans' ,) and ofer them to the public on as inform their friends and the public that orrxas ms rxonssiosAL hiavicra TO crx cinuaa. r'TAtLAZUSaCK
A km.Term. au'd every article in tbe stationery line,Gold and Steel :' October 28, 186-1. ly good terms as any house m the city. In the stock is WOULD on band a good assortment of such COCSTIT.
will be14)ld AND ICIKOV5Z ,
?f of Sate:-Tbe land anti Negroes Pens Letter,Cap and Fancy and Note Paper,with embraced every variety of Dry Goods. Groceries, articles as are generally kept in their line of business ,
upon a credit of one, two. and three years; tbepurchase Envelopes to suit Blank Books, comprising Ledgers, STEWART Hardware, Crockery Ac. tc. For the Ladies. I havea and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their -
MITCHELL & with M.Nab at of the
\ money to be secured by a mortgage upon Journals Record Cash,Invoice aud Pass Books Diaryof beautiful assortment of Embroideries Laces in Setts, terms shall be reasonable. OFFICE pro ,immediately

i the property and bonds with personal security,to be '56,.Banking Cases Portfolios, Oil Paintings. Har ATTORNEYS AT LAW Mantles Cloth Talmas aud Cloaks, and a few of th Tallahastett April 9th ,1853- 14. ,
; I 1 approved of by the Judge jtf Probate the fame to per' Magazine received monthly by mail. and yearly most splendid Silks ever ought, to this market May 19 1855. SO

I I draw interest from the day of sale at the rate of eight. subscribers solicited. J. McDOUGALL. JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, Planters are invited to look at my Kersevs& Bun .Hides Wanted. .
) For the T. J. X.
percent per annum payable annually. November, 10.1855. 46 practice in all the Courts of the Middle keU before purcliasing. T. HAY WARD. HIDES Wanted for which the
under dollars, cash-sums WILL r AAA BEEF .
all fifty & WH1TAKER
; property sums iu Columbia and Alachua in the Eastern October 27, 1855. 43 will be Also Deer ,
)\J\J\J paid.
that amount to be secured by notes with approvJ Circular Saw Mill Agency. of t highest pnce
over Circuit, and in the adjoining Counties Georgia.Mach
C.WILSON and Merchant
skins. DAVID
twelve month after date and Otter Receiving forwarding
personal security, payable undersigned has tbe agency for the sale of 24, 185:1. tf 12 Public Land Sale. 1855. 39 -
of interest from the Tallahassee September 29.
the rate:
I and also bearing same Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mills" ,
day of sale.OWEN'L. consisting of three sizes fur 42, 48 and 52 or 54 inch A. PERRY AMAKER, "VfOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of in- In Store and for Sale. NEW PORT..FLA.
. I Executors of Oscar.Fillyaw deceased. Saws.having several These Circulars improvements are decidedly over the the" Page"best in or use any, A.TTtY AT LAW t Land office, under authority vested in him, by the 6th 3 CASKS Bacon Sides,' August 4th '1S25. SI

DZUbr8,5. 49 other Patent in nse. The cost, is about f 200, f 850. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Section of the act of Congress Approved 3d August 2-Tierce81Iams > '
shall proceed to offer at public sale, on the 2 Bbls. Lard, / Notice.SIX .
I. various sizes according to extra carriage, 1853. 20 1846. we
for -
and f450 -May21, "
DAVIS & OSBORN next at this office, the following Kegs tIM
DRS. tc.; For further particulars apply to 4th day of February month from date undersigned admouitra.
Mechanical Dentists ,DANIEL LADD. WILLIAM SCOTT, tracts of public lanJs to wit: 1 Hbds Sugar on the estate of William Thompson,dca* d-

t Surgical and Newport, Fla November 3. 18M. 44SaltSaltSalt. Deletion o7Sa t. See. Town Range. Aerft.w 10 Bbls Extra''L'iur.8O"8.F. late of Loon County it ill exhibit her final account aad
TT70ULD respectfully j inform the citffS F-i TTrY m a* w M AT-HAW., w i i. jfl. sK mnsn. voucher. to th* Jndre of PrubaU ibr' aaid Covuitv.T '
,. _L VV i liens of Tallahassee and vicinity I I MONTioELLO, FLA. wI : S. 100.30 5 Sacks Rio Coffee. and a&k ta be dincharged. .

f. .V-Qr_TTT_ that they are permanently .ted here : '" SACKS of Salt for sale by July SO, 1853. 30 t 11 jan 8K }; 4 4. 160.30 5 Ikxes Star Candle, LUCY THOMPSON., Administratrix.September .
> and offer their professional services to the publicHaving &\\J\ HODGKISS POOLE, & CO. SMT II. II 160.30 3 Bbls Molasses', 29..185 l DIN
; 'availed themselves all the late improvement November 17, 1855. 48 For Charleston-Second yet '.. N1 2 11" 15*.82 8 Vinegar; -

in the Profession are prepared to execute I* xrPHE Brig SOMERS, on the way from NV i ,_ II 159.82 Tobacco, Soap Starch, and many others things for otic e.SIX ,

t Dental work in all its vanou branches. They will Manufactured Tobacco. QO A > JL Charleston will ,follow the Brig Adela fur SE J 159.82 sale by S.& KNIGHT.. month from date tbe-und gnecl admiuitn

t attend U) Filling. Pleating and Plating-.-correcting SHALL receive tome 400 Boxes of various brands above- Port. Fur f eight apply to D. LADD. 8 W i .. 159.83 i. December 15, 1855. 60 oo' UMleeiateof: William .I,.TlK>mpoo, deceased -

f irregularities, making Artificial Palate,directing see I."Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco on' consignment New Port Nov. 24th 1855. 41 LotNo.I, U (I 12&80 CLARKE! ,late of Leon County %01 exhibit his final ao-:
A. B.
'. diseased guw.&nJaDI bserfeg U II a 80. sakP
dentition the Ju orPfobd.'fot
ood treating again thia aeasoo. 100'Boxe*. DOW ,on the way out.- :. eountaoo Toucher* to
number of artificial teeth from oPe to a full eett Merchants; will do well to bear this in mind, and it I DR. LEWIS, I. S, a .a Na SO.: MERCHANT TAILOR County,and ask to be discharged.

'/. on th late and Improved principle with cootinuou will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down RESIDI.NT DENTiST' *, U IS IIa 80. JACOB EUOT;,. -

| gums, thereby rendering them perfectly life-like, rei *- for from usual nw-ketl and on time to ROOd par- TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 05, 4 .1 U 80. DS-'LzJi Il'f .READY MADE CLorniyo .L DGBNTLKJCN September ti,1 55. I9aa
month to it* natural fulness and remedying / U u A U" S 71. --
taring the DANIEL LADNewportAugust4lU. -
i'., all imperfection in articulation and perform any other tie. 31. '18 now inserting Artificial Teeth on. the N '. U U U 63. ,. TvKtuniNo. GOODS. Boots and Shoes. .

*: operation,\>r treat aay case connected with Dental new and improved principle,. withcontinuous "EiofSWi'St. IN' W 80.01 receiving at the well known old stand for Kid.'J' oiJ.. u.>-; .
the .
from aide to LADIE
one NOW
gums 80.03. j
Science. CHAaLU W. DOWKI5O WfofS E 1II Clark Stillmao a general M -
in New Orleans. .,__ P.--.r_. other without seam or crack,leaving no place for the Ti&.raU
had several practico -.r- above
. lining year A11 having pre emption nghta to the assortment of Superior Ready Made Clotbiag.Furnishing Bho**,
a.od gradnatea of the Ohio Dental.College they BIBCHETT & DOW ISG, lodgment of food, thereby rendering.them' perfectly persons thereof and Caaaimerea &c **
11| being cf the face land are advised to,make proof payment Goods Cloths Vestings, composed Black cloth Gaiters.
entire atwfkctioo ta all who may favor AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS life like,an I restoring the original contour for the of the "
I j. hp*SO.giu ATTORNEYS He will attend to all calls before the day above designated commencement in part following'article: Pronett Bttikin*; -
them witQ their Practice wammtea, eon-, ao a* to defy their will be Frock Coats. .
otherwise right Black Drew "
I{ patronage. : NO. 400, Seventh Street, fur Full Setts. Those wishing Full of the tail tale Fin Calf
! aultafion free an4 charrc* reasonable. Ladieswaited CITY. in Middle Florida information. letter forfeited. 'S. W:MYERS.'Rtgiater. J 1!'. Black and Col'd .Single Breasted ,Frock and ..- Bootee*. -
n j on at their residence if dewred. WASHINGTON Seas can obtain all necessary by J.W.ARGYLE Receiver. Business Coats, Men pegged Brogans ,,. .
f ThoM deainog.tjjcir service in this and the adjoin. WILL practice bekra the Court of-Claims,and He.:will' wirraut in T.'7 instance satisfaction, and Dec.15,1855. 0-8w Fancy Cassimere 'do. do. doM kip- 1isedDdBThega*

!| > z Conntie*,will b* promptly upon *p- ute claim before Ooogre aud the lOT- prices to soil .the timei. Terms.Cash or when called Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats calf ?.. '. -

pbcajLioa 'by letter..or otherwisel Term tub, .or eral Departineut. for. COFFIN .&PKINGLE Black Doeskin Panta. '? II o..ecr N
i' t when required. Omtwat tharosidnce neirly oppoChnrcli. I July 28, 1855. SO. June U, 1854. 25 '! and Ool'd Cassimere Pants waterproof ob : '
: !.Ic7
TliAb t t.
Jmoroa 8treL -.w
< .
sits tbe.E t'to p a.I ------- SNBFFANDTOBACCO.PETER ; .L L ,JSlae&I aaa *ancy ailJt Vest*, M w aewed and peggediboBoysealfpeggedBoot
Qh*fer8aefi Wi be given if dd. R H. BERRY JtfCharleston. 8-'& Fancy, Velvet. do. *. >. '
II Sra..U ..
D.eernbe18I8A. do.C. do. Cashmere lined and
! LORILLARD eonshnmeotaof LONG anei"SHORT STA kip pegged, BBtogaaaV
Auctioneer and Commission ANY '4 White Maraaillea .do. D.B. unbound .
7- (COTTON and other produce, will meet '
:- .* N otioe.I Ho.4 2, CHATHAM STREET,HEW YORK, with their best attention. Reference can b* bad oiJAXCS -ALSO-- _. Geot faincy toilet Wippera- -*. '
I weeks after date 1 shall apply' to the, jiooep.Ut t MERCHANT. of PRJUL' A Gu>aox L.UURb' N. LirscoMB,Madison County,or R. E..Dna A fine assortment of Shirta,Collar*, Cravats,Black. '. .teat and calf .. ,, .- ,
H t SIX Judge of Probate for the County of JeSaraooIn T&LUB aU F1 Sept 29, 1 855. 89' SUCCESSORS all kiad of SNUFF' and TOBACCOS I, Fla Whit. and Colored, Kid and Silk'Glove*,Self adjtut- .;Pateat leatbrr.ahof; *. .' t'

; jMJmiai tratoa.;. .UMi.taU of Charles -s- Price Quincy, Stock Cotton.and....MerinoUndershirt*..Jean .., ,
::1. letter io general ne.' for particulars, a Current October 20. 1q55. 42-4i lag --1'. :.: .alMbtpOsitera.r f '
IXl 01Ilao. >laUofaaidOtfuatrdee* *ed.J S. S. KNIQHT., be obtained by addressing a* above. -This'eatabUihmeut .- Drawers/Brown;Fancy, Cofoa'and Ushe'ThriiJ i .Cb.,.... ,IV:-.: Q"" ... ,

r f 11..v,-KtCI.KLI"Ui, I AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT.. caa U boa of the oldest of the kind in the United :Fresh. Ric, < Hoe: White and Colored Cambri B.ndkereUef al ,Cbildt 1I.iMtiAd" ''.,' ,. q.itIR .
11' Attcflla PuntaUnq, Jcffenoo CountCollector's /. StateL-- !itsiot: of Rice an'tbawajfom! ChIerstsn'for aaiA of which are ofictedto tint public on reasonable term i" .t''VlomaDi1ti .
:: 'l'ALt.AWIDZ FX.OKIDA. MW.' .7-ly .Jl P. LADD: and,warranted aa good ff offered.D thlaMuetll Osim f ". II.
b p..U.l O. I ; 05 F*x 17, 2 ..wholesale;by. . '
i 8ept.mber1,1$6' : and .
r.u -
: !
NewPoitov. a.18U I. .lt' I t :
, ut T x Sale. I Bacon Bagging &; ., '; , '. ; lio.w. r1&)1'8 ; "O} f 1. J ,
t QaWeBt t7 1ei .'. "i -An. ."IilCAww.l.add.Jn.,' -' .< ...., .
Ty.M.d4L -, verted j b io* by law. 11 I ..For TUST received; rl&test..mula'. from'' ffew.Ortfr e4OatL, I ; _

I. i gL1IteE.AI'pubhe s&ha wn the COun 1 KA5ACKS- SALT.In Ant rate order bye :.leant|ad New,York,'the following artSdewhich, .K AO' nus BEtS'ol.opanor quality, for isle byr :.It,;" r4auERATTORNEYAT.L&W... '0 fL ,_ cbb.ij'j t i _r :,,. .,&;..,'.,1 r_' .! .!.
f< Toe.dajtb.1th ) s S. JOflOBT" tbaloweeteasb .. i i1I.Oiab "- I-. 1.1 -'1 ""iI"
lbw Joioey,oo 2aybraaryoevl offer at prices: -
the UU .
) .
4nor.ia they HOPKINS A.MEOINNISS ; ,"i" : -. .
[., fur- all that traet-or.parcel of 6.pttiuUr'1 1868. J. >Bacon10 Bale Bawmg.tO '1 l1e !1' .18S. ::48 .G' : ,' ; : ". r L'L.: .LAuA11uE1''LA; ; ""S 4:1 whrg1' lUlU" JV.Jnw .-, 4

Und lyW and being W thecicefofOad.d.n1nuwo Bol. Floor,' 15P .'Sea Island do.. 1. .. I l' ., ii dour i: if1 d o'fDt ,,: JIrftt if' .1'. 74'tifcJ1J ,
tb.ZY if Pcrth*M'Of. naucu1th rrofa will 1 Hid sTA'a1iit1nthy ) JO Coil*'Bop*, 10 BM'WhW.yvWO Cotton.T : t .oo., tJ- '
,'-.. M I Ad" ncf n.Sea .Island W 'trie,and in Th MirCWintj* mt'fL: Qt : t
'f" Taw due Id Bbl .Men-Pork '
be't t.J nLY a bythaApshicLko.1&se Iba.Twine, W'I
ik: "" (br.which the highest, 'IBERA't'XDVNCES: nia3.Ics Sea i k
: $ Lber-.wW aDpt .th IDa lalariJ CMJJ Of Office-in the Cantiol,5 atcrj,itnmdja.teJjvtr "1.4. '
1., *T T market price jrill be paW In nh irmerrie, SO. KeeaNaila. to Charleston V D.YaM"- of tSl BottetBe CbissL ftr 'Yt tlIJ
t't'y' MI' ".,:-',1 V. JI eJlrt1L : -. RICflAllDSON k WWTA n." (. ton for Shipment ; the room ot tt OTetK 41a

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