The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
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Floridian and journal
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Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
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January 19, 1856
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
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Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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


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-. LAWS OF-FLORID. t'>e State of a Director, his place may l>e filled fcr the'remainder:oft t like I property to defray:'the expenses" the :State r And- :j ei or. next bnWtboe! declared elected' .the. -first rcietartsomber'instance' vattt: oCpcDcfllors

to by a new choice to be made the Direct the City Council shall be orgtcized, provided ,
year by remaining n. further, 'fhanhe Corporation of the City of Tallaha88t'e,-, 1i not (toot, ,tha
SEC 8.' Be it further enacted Thit the Directors for the tinbeing are voted for to auomplisb"it.-aomraid.
have said.Bank said :
power to tax or Bank Stdck; but may tax any the Cat .shall '
CZUPTJa 733.-[No.. 124.] shall have power to appoint such officers, clerks and servants, property, real.or personal which i said Bank may hold, in-the ratio of if a'Mayor..and two' Councillors qualify oflRdts"of Cwmcfllnnfa y.Cmtpeil mw : .

r and to tnke such security, and administer to them such oaths as said taxation against'the flue property in said City: And >provided.further, ho orgacted, and toffiU .the remaining fsutirearitt '
a Rink In .( City of Ta1ahuI'RWJ&ItEU : ordered aforfsald;,and th
ACT shall upon
AS" t> incorporate Directors shall deem necessary, and to allow them such compensation That the Stockholders shall not be taxed'in their7private or individui election be e.-Jd

The State of Florida is without the benefit of any Banking + for their services Y as shall be reasonable; and shall be capable of eapaeitir: ..for and on account of their'said Stock. of the-parties named to order the said tierion) ,. any.roterof -
exercisihi such and authorities for the well of the city n13.T'perform said duties. After .h&.Ct Co".DCa..n.luDl ,
powers RULE XVII. 1"r'f'ntrlf'8
Institution, and the people thereof are dependent for currency ; The Dirt"CtoMllnalI keep'fair and + ,
i affairs of the Corporation, as shall be fixed the laws and ordi organized'and qualified as, aforesaid_ for the first tine, *JJ.robfeqveotelections
upon the issues of Banks of other States, independent of tleir the by in a b>ok provided for that purpose, of their proceedings, and on any ahallbeordered: and canvassed by .the'City 1unt /til,va
control and BO fur removed as to be beyond their inspection : AXDWHESCA. nances sanleSEC. question, when two Directors shall require it, the ayes andnays. of election 'ii'U&direcroft] of
9. 'Be it further enac.e That the followingsrules] regulations the Directors shall be candies shall be filled by a regular
Large.tarns of money are yearly withdrawn from the voting duly recorded in their minutes; and those terminal teith' UK* term
% sneh'electioniidled
wealth of the State, by reason of the necessity' which limitations and provisions, shall form and be the fundamental minutes to be stall times, on demand, produced to the Stockholders, the City Council,'And all ball,be
aggregate I made As 3lie.CifjriCoanoil: *
Articles of the Constitution of said Institution for which they maybe sooim
when at the shall be ,
of general
of a meeting
heretofore existed for the employment Agencies foreign same required.
has the exchange business of the country: AND RULE T. The [number of votes' .to which the stockholders shall I< ULE XVIII. The Corporation hall exist and continue until duly.organized, the powers and, duties ff.thePresideat.: i and/Trustee t v. *.
Banks to transact be entitled in voting for Directors, shall be according to the number of the town of ll dense; apd Pl town prope r, sps
It is believed that tha.tun his arrived when there is the first day January, one thousand eight hundred apd' seventyfive -"' '
WHKISIV' bedehvered L the .Clti; :01ZD
rash capital in this State to seek investment r in ors are! tht'y shall respectively hold, in proportions following : Thatis : but the proprietors of two thirds of the Capital Stock oP-the+ pera and funds whatsoever. shill ltd u. i
suffi-int sa-pli: the authorities ,ofsatt to say, for one sh ire and not more thnn two shares, one vote ; for their but tIle'ol-aiml r the card lazreFtdent'ttiad.TrltaCE' :
charte-ed under responsible to Company may, by concurring vote, at a general meeting, to }be .
local Bank, of the said
A.MJWHEEA Notice of an intention to apply t to every two shares above two, and not exceeding tn, one vote ; for called for that purpose, dissolve the same atany prior period; Pron-I and be enforced underline inpervwion ,
1 Slate: i-i session% for the charter of a Bank btbeen every four shares 'above ten shares, and not exceeding thirty shares, did, That'notice of such meeting, and of its object, be published in repealed kilt; and nil contracts binding upon'' the 'said- President

the L-aiiUtire, tUK ud form as required by the Constitution of one vote; for every six: shares above thirty, and not exceeding sixty, one of the newspapers of Tallahassee for at least six months previous and Trustees shall be carried out, completed' and sostaiaed according;
siren in *na"ner one vote ; for eight shares above and to their original I.intent. .
every sixty, not exceeding one to the time'appointed for such meeting ; and immediately after. the H >
Mid State; Therefore, hundred, one vote< ; for every ten shares above one hundred, and not dissolution of said Corporation, effectual shall be taken SKC., 6. ,.Be,it further, enacted, That'the said'CityCou 1t jAati
measures by
IJrw :
Srcrxo 1. Be it fnio'el 5y the Srna'c aid of Rcpr en- exceeding two hundred shares, one vote; for every twenty shares the Directors last appointed and for nIl the have power to make, ordain, rstablfsh'itnd'execute for the- g overB
convened acting closing concerns:
te.'jtrt ofht S'j'sof Fhr'di in G .'trial AemWy above two hundred, one vote. And upon this principle shall all matters of the Company, and for dividing the Capital Stock and which menf of the said city, each ordinances in writingiTnd such-By-La*. -
r a Bank shall be est.aM"nhed in the city of Tallahassee, in the manner and things be decided, which may come before the Stockholders then remain," tho Stockholders according to their for the government of the uic.CitJ CoaneiI and its oWeersy'oot :MMfonnfil
may among
lieu in-
, and oa the conditions, aril restrictiojs are for their decision ; Provided, That no share or shares shall con interests. eistant with the lawsof Constitution of this Stat orofboltiwa ot

: after prodded. feat right to vote which shall not have been holden at least three RULE XIX. The and of the Stockholders for.| onstitntion of the United StAtet, 'provj e4 a msjoritf of 'ibe-City.' : -

$EC. 2. Bf it furl emcted, That said Bank is hereby"The made Bank a calendar months previous to the time of offering such vote, except incase the time being, in said persons Bank, shall be property pledged and bound, in ] assent thereto, as they shall deem necessary to define,. prevent
of propor
Corporation and bndv politic, by the name and style of the first election of Directors as provided for in the seventh: tion to the:amount of shares held by each in their private and indi and remove or abate nuisances; to Restrain and prevent' gstn
who shall become
j, of the State of FlnriJa," and by that lame all those and shall Section of this Act,-and unless it be holden by the person in whose victual capacities, for the ultimate redemption of the bills or notes issued i I Mina and other disorderly.conduct ; to prevent the running::at mtd

subscribers to the said Bank, their successors assigns name it appears absolutely and bona fide, or in that of his wifeand for by or from said Bank dunng the time he, she or they hold of horses, cattle,hogs and dogs, or the indecent exhibition of stallion?*
be capable in liw to.have, purchase receive enjoy and retain t to his or her use and benefit, or as executor, administrator or guadian ." such Stock. h*: may and'to regulate the speed at which horses, and cattle shall be doyen

1 themselves 'and their successors, nds, rents, tenements and heredit or in the right and use of some corporation, co-partnership or, Src. 10. Be further enacted, That it shall be-the f'duty: of the in the streets of said city; to license public shows restaurants, (111

aments, goods chattels and effects of what kind soever, and the same society of which he or she may be a member, and not in trust for President of the Bank, semi the be Hard tables, ten-pirr alleys, hawker and pedlars;' w.ifb.tnJh| city to
annually or -aunually, as case ,
I. alin and dispose of; to sue and be sued, plead and be the may .and ferries within the to:
of other
Stockholder and
to grant, sell, use any person ; any being absent, may au. at the commencement of the Legislature, to make report to the Governor establish license regulate ferriage City.
iiiple.ade'1, answer and be answered, defend and he defended, in thorize, by power of attorney, under seal, any other Stockholder to of the State, showing the condition of the Bank, in-which report establish and regulate markets, and the:assize of bread i tn sink and .
Record other place whatsoever; and also to make for him her them. wells have the exclusive charge and donor 1
of vote -to
Courts or any or there shall }be distinctly stated what amount of Capital has been keep in repair public ;
aid; hue a common sal and the same to break, aher'or renew at RULE II. None but a Stockholder, citizen of the United States,, paid i>i ; what bills and notes of the Bank are in circulation ; 'what of the public buildings; to keep open and i in repair it-ret, tXle\tt,
pleasure; and also to ordain, establish and put inlo execution, such and resident of the State of Florida, shall be Director ; nor shall a other debts are due by the Bank ; the amount of hit s discounted and commons, parks, squares and grounds : Provided, That one half 1 e

f By-Laws, Ordinances and Regulations as shall seem necessary and Director be entitled to any emolument, but the Stockholders may outstanding; specie in its vaults; notes of other Banks; debts dueto expense of side-walks.shall be assessed upon the lots infront of .

expedient for the government of said Corporation, not contrary to make such compensation to the President, for his extraordinary atendance *- it by other Banks, and such other particulars as usually which any side-walk shall be m tle ; to license'wharfs and landing

tt the] laws of this Sate and the laws and Constitution of the United at the Bank, as shall apppar to them reasonable. Annual Reports of a Bank, or may be to a fiord composethe the privileges, and to fix And establishA anifonn rate or.4a. .ge ; to establish ,
Stifes, and generally to do and perform such acts and things as to RULE Ilj No less than {five Directors shall constitute a Board Legislature correct information of the actnal condition of the Bank ; quarantine and health regulations for the.clty and. port ,Qf,

them shall or may appertain ; suhect} nevertheless, to the Rules and for the transaction of business, of whom the President shall alwaysbe and the Legislature may appoint a committee of its own members to Tampa ; to establish and regulate city watch ; to. organize and _
hereinafter expressed ; Provided, That the said Banking in of sickness absence} in which fire and regulate the same so as to'proteet the
Regulations one, except case or necessary examine into the state of the Bank, to which committee, if required, provide a department,
Corporation shall not be composed) of less than twenty persons. case his place may be supplied, pro tempore, by a Director appoiat- shall be exhibited such books and accounts and such information on said city from fires; to licence drays and fix the number thereof atd _

SEC. 3. Be it further cnicJed, That that portion of section second ed by the Board of Directors present for the purpose. the matters referred to it: Provided, always, That this shall not authorize the rates of drayage ; to establish and regulate public school, academies

granting slid Bank the power to purchase and sell lands, tem RULE IV. That in case of the death, resignation or removal of said committee to ask or receive any information as to the state and hospitals; in conjunction with the County Commissioners-

mints and hereditaments, shall not be to construed as to authorize the President, the Directors shall appoint one from among their number of tho'account of any individual dealer with the Bank : And provided, to establish rules and regulations respecting the poor, indigent, infirm

sail Hank to purchase and sell on speculation: but that said Batik] to fill the vacancy, who shall hold the office during the remainderof also That any information thus communicated by the officers of the and insane, and provide for d! cir t ire and support, and to fix the

eh ill he limited to the purchase of n lot or lots whereon to erect a the term for which his predecessor was elected. Bank, with a request that the same shall be considered confidential, conditions upon which Bach peiajns coming into tbd city or county

bnildh<; or buiHing+ ?, or to purchase other tenements and hereditaments RULE V. The Directors shall have power at any time to call a shall be so considered, unless the Legislature shall deem it proper shall be permitted td remain ; to provide for'lh$ punishment of persons -

for the use; of sai-1 Institution ; nor that slid Bank shall be authorized meeting of the Stockholders, for the purposes relative to the Institution that the injunction of secrecy should be removed.. who may at any time disturb the.peaco. of the said city or any

to receive in payment of any debt or debts which jn.ay become giving at least thirty days public notice in one of the newspapers SEC. 11. Be it further enacted, That a violation of the first clause proper public meeting therein ; to regulate the fees and com 'naa.-.

dui to said Bank, either Cotton, Sugar, Tobacco or other produce printed in Tallahassee, specifying in such notice, the object or of the eleventh v Rule of the Fundamental Articles of this Corporation, tion of all officers or employees of the City Council ;. and to do.and.

except in case of the insolvency of sail debtor or debtors,when objects of sail meeting. But before any such object or objects or shall be considered and made the forfeiture of this Corporation. regulate any,other matter or thing that may tend to promote the

euch purchases} may he made for the benefit and security of said any measure whatsoever snail be carried into effect, the concurrence SEC. 12. Beit further enacted That said Bank shall have,power peace, health, welfare, prosperity and rnftrafs of the said city.. For

Stockholders.SBC. of the majority in interest of the Stockholders shall be required. to establish a Branch Bank at Alligator, in Columbia County; also carrying into effect the aforesaid powers the said City Council abaft'! .

4. He it f ir' : cniritJ, That the Capital Stock of said RULE VI. The Cashier of the Bank for the time being, before one XewnAnsville, in Alnchua: County ; also one at Tampa Bay, have power to impose penalties for breaches of its ordinances by fine: .

Bank shall he five hundred thousand dollars, to be jliviJed into five entering upon the duties of his office, shall give bond w ith two or in Hillsborough: County;. also three inVest Florida and three in and by imprisonment in the county jail, and.enforce the.same bjrat- : 1 -

thousand shades! of one handredjlnllars each; bat the Directors of :n rre good securities, to the satisfaction of the Directors, in a sum Mid le Florida.SEC. tachment summarily against the property.t>r per6n of delinquent I ,.if.

noi I Bank may, should it seem to them proper, petition a subsequent not Cess than fifty thousand dollars, with condition for his good behavior 13. Bf. it further enacted That the Directors of said. the same can be found in the county of Hilloborough: Provided That

Legislature to i increase the' Capital Stock five hundred. thousand dollars and aithful discha-ge of his dories; and tnc iV sident, Cashier Branches shall be elected by the Directors of the principal Bank, and no fine exceeding 8100 nor imprisonment exceeding three months,snail

i to be divi Jed ns above provided for. .. i or other officers 01 sail Bank, shall take the following oath on* hall he under the control of the Directors of said principal Bank, be inflicted for any one offence. All'trials for breeches of ordinances

i SBC. 5. Be it furiher rnl!ed, That subscriptions for constituting entering upon the duties of their respective offices : I, -, Co subject to the same qualification, limits and penalties as the Directors shall be had. before the lUBJdr; and the ,city ,Marshal empowered, _.

the Capital Stork of said Bank, shall l he opened on the fifth day solemnly swear or affirm, that I-will to thc utmost of my ability, well of sail principal Bank : Provided, That not more than five Director within the limits of the City, to arrest at t sight and to commandthe

of March next ((1833! ) at the city of Tallahassee, under the superi.ftunionce and faithfully discharge the duties of the President, or Cashier, or ; shall be elected for each Branch Bank, any three of whom assistance of any citizen or citizens, to effect that purpose, and

of William Bailey, B. \' BcMvnv, It. H. Gamble, Joseph .jther officer, as the case may }be, of the Bank of the State of Florida, shall! form a quorum for the transaction of business. without warrant, any person or persons guilty of such breach and

Chaires (;enure h T. Ward, J. George Anderson Richard Havward, which oath shall he subscribed and entered) on the minutes. SEC. 11. Be it further enacted, That the bills of said Branch take him or them before the Mayor, as soon as practicable, and if

R. A. Shine, James: KirksE" ', D. C. WiKon, A. K. Allison! William RITLE YTI..The Bookkeeper or Book-keepers and Tellers of Ranks shall be receivable at .the principal Bank, said Branches being necessary, may place such persons in. temporary confinement i in the ,

I:. Kilcrense and Isaac R. Harris, any five of whom shall Le competent nil Bank, for the time being, and In fore entering upon the duties oj limited in their i issue, as shall seem meet and proper to the Directorsof watch house until the mayor's Court can be convened;but such tern ?

ti discharge the duties of their aopoi::itment, -n giving twenty :their respective offices, give bond) with two or more good securities the princip Bank. porary confinement before trial shall not in any case exceed 24 boars

nays' notice thereof in one of the public newspapers printed at Tallahassee 'I the satisfaction of the Directors, in a sum not leos than twenty SEC. 15. Be it further enacted,.That all Bills, Notes, Contracts hut all arrests out of the city limits upon warrant of the May. ,

; and the Books of subscription shall he kept open for tie thousand dollars each, with condition for their good behavior and and Bonds and liabilities of every kind which the said Bank or any or, based upon the affidavit of at least one witness, and the jurisdiction

sPact' of sixty; lays, nnlv5 the? Stock shall be sooner subscribed for, faith til performance of their duties. )f its Branches, may issue, or create, shall be payable in Gold and of the Mayor and marshal in this respect shall extend_ throughout'

in w'tich event it shall bo the duty of sai.1 Commissioner! to close RULE VIII. The Director* shall have power to issue to the sub- Silver at the counter of the said Bank, or the counters of the Branch the County Hillabordugh, All jail feel add expenses shall be assessed ,

the Bunks as ovi as the stock has been taken ; during which time Bri'er3 their certificates of Stock, and no transfer of Stock in this flanks.PaFsecl. .as costs, and shall be paid by defendants Or such shall be im.

it shall be hwfal for any inJiviJual: or co-partnership, win; citizensof Company; shall be considered as binding upon the Company, unless prisoned until the same arc paid or secured, at the discretion. of.the .
S'tute January 1655. PAlled tb. December
the United Std. (Banking Institutions e.veepteleo) > : or it be entered upon the books of the Cashier by personal entry of the Aj[>proTed,the Dece1JJ r 14. 1655.10] House. S, 1655. Mayor. Bail bonds for fines and costs may betaken, but the, shall

bn ly pliti;, established! i i.i the Unified States, to. subscribe for any St )ckholde'r, his l legal representative or attorney, duly authorized by he as judgments against the property of the obligors, and the said

number of shares, not exceeding one thousand: Provide, nrr r;/wles special power for that purpose. Mayor niay issue his execution thereon as in other ca'ses. In case

.*;' That if the whole number of shares: are not taken: within the sixty RULE IX. The lauds, tenements and hereditaments which maybe of the temporary absence of the mayor the councillors shall choose"
CJIAITUR 743. No. 130. .
days ns aforesaid, the saU Commissioners'i : skill keep the Books of la-vlul for said Company to hold, shall be only such as hall be -[ ] one of their number to act as mayor during:h absence. ;

subs it>tion open for twenty days thereafter, or until the whole necessary for the immediate accommodation, in relation to the convenient AN ACT to incorporate City Tampc.. SEC. 7. Be further enacted, That the said city council shall

amount of Stock? subscribe I 1. if within! one year, during which transaction of business, and such as bhall have been bona have power to approprZdfer 'and to impose and,appropriatejtaxes,
tine it shall ba Lawful for AIY! i.idivilual, co-partnership, corporationor fide mortgaged. to it by way of security or conveyed to it in satisfaction SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen'olives and provide for the collection thereof, and the subjects of taxation

body politic, (except .15 hereinbefore, excepted,) to subscribe for ofd. (>bts previously contracted in the course of its dealings, orpurchased ofthilStatc of Florida in General Assembly convened, That shall bean. }' and all persons and things now subject to taxation troder'
white male inhabitants of the
any nu n'?r of shares ; and the said shares respectively subscribe! for such debts at sales upon judgments which shall ban all free age of twenty-one years andover he revenue laws oft this State, its well a>so any and all other subject* .

for, shall be pai.i for bv_ installments in gold and silver coin, in the 'pen obtained for such debts ; and in every instance in which sail 1 comprehended within the following limits, that is to say, within nf taxation not mentioned as. taxable under the .revenue laws of this

manner following: That i is to say, the first instalment shall be the Company may become-owners or claimants of lands, tenements or one mile of the Court house of Hillsboronsh County in every diiec- State, but the taxes.on real and personal estate and on slaves, shill'

per centum on the amount Bubscription, and shall be paid for at hereditaments the Board of Directors are empowered to sell or dispose ion therefiom, shall be, and they are hereby constituted body corporate not exceed one,per cenfon the appraised value thereof;.nor on persons '

the tine th? shares are taken ; the second instalment shall be twenty of tho same, in such manner as they shall deem most beneficial by the name of the City of Tampa ; and !)y that name may that of b.State.. tax, in: any one year. For the u poeercrtalning iff as

psr centim= to ba pill for within three mouth3 after the Books of t-t the use of paiJ Company ; Provided, That all real estate and Mie, and he sued, plead and be impleaded, and may purchase and the} value of the real and personal estate and slaves fa *.

subscription shall! be closet; the third ;-nstatment shall consist of twenty chattels acquired, and which is not necessary for actual use in the hold real personal and nixed. property and dispose of the.same for fair and equitable'manner, the city council shall .appoint thrtee: d5-

five per centum, t<. ba paid for within six mOlths.ft the Bank shall !transaction of business, shall be sold within two years after acquisition. i- the benefit of the said. city, and may' do all other acts for that purposes creet and respectable citizens of the said city as appraisers,TnoV with,

-have gate into operation; and the bilance: of fifty per centum shall natural persons.SEC. the assistance of;,the marshal ana Jerk, shall return an a&praisenientof

ba Pill for at the discretion: of the Director: Pradicd, That not RULE X. The Company shall in no case, directly or indirectly, 2.. Be further enacted, That the government of the said the same under oath, at such time as tbe city council .mly prescribe -'

min than tlve.lty-faeper centum shall be called in uithin any one be concerned in commerce or insurance, or in the importation, purchase -itv shall be tested in a Mayor and-four Councilmen, to be called -, and persons subject to taxation.shall'be"returned bf&
year, commencing from the time of the payment of the third instalment or salo of auy goods wares or merchandise i whatever, (bills of the Tampa City Council, who shall be legal voters of the, that 'and clerk'at the same time. This;: ftppraugment"tnau betsade'1 .
shall hold their offices for twelve the'irlection
: Ail prJti Iz I -rtrllttr; That at least sixty. days' publi notice .xchange, notes and bullion only excepted!,) except such goods, wares .and and until their respective elected and months from once in each year, in the m'btith of February .AUtax; shiH be. FJ=,
hall be given to tli3 Stockholders before said instalment shall be re and merchandise as shall be truly transferred, conveyed or pledged successors are qualified. The able and collected within.three months after the.assessment as aforesaid .

}:. :0: them by way of security for money actually loaned and advanced, said council shall have a common seal, and power to alter the same unless otherwise. ordained bY the city. council._' .

SEC. G. Be if furiktr rnadfl, That if any individual, co-partnership or fur debts due, owing or growing due to said Corporation, or purr at pleasure. 'SEC:: 8. Be further "enacted,That all brdmaneii'oT. tie' city
or torporation, as aforesaid, shall! fail to; pay for respective insed br them to secure debts so due to the said Corporation, or toe SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That a Marshal), a Clerk,,and a council! shall be signed by the mayor arid-clerk,'and. shaft oe .
the said shall l be elected the
shares' at the time before mentioned by the provi-i-ms of this act, Ject the insurance ou the property that may belong to or pledged Treasurer; for city, at sanro time used for ten.days i in a r. .npaper.pri ited fn said. eh1i.ijf posted tin

such shares which failare may happen to accrue, shall be forfeited 'to the slid Company for its security; neither shall the said Corpora- tho same manner, as the,mayor,and councilmen, who shall also begal the.- Court House door for the same period .
npoa of the said and who shall hold their "( *
offices theme
and may bs a disposed of, in such manner as the Directors oj"n.t ike more than one per cent'interest for foity-five days when; voters city, be for Sec1. .9. Be further enacted ;. That the mayor ot the .aid city
but shall.severally removal
shall order, and the sams which may have been paid thereon, disco ruling'paper offered for discount. period the! unanimous, they vote of (the city council.subject to The said rrarsbal 11 of"fice Is hereby'clothed 'with nil the powersT''a: ?Justice' .'the' .Peace incriminaf

shall enure to the benefit .f said Bank. KULE XI. The total amount of debts which said Corporationhall by ) bases; and as such and as ma 'r-have'pttwer to construe ;

SEC. 7. Bf further enacted, 'J'hatso soon as the books of subcription .; at.any time owe_ whether by bond, bill, note, or other contract, clerk; and treasurer such 6halIset.eraIlvreeeive'bond.and, the compensation faithful ( their and punish for contempts. Jt shall be his defy t&veethat' the ordinance's .

to the Capital.Stock of said Bunk shall have been dosed, shall not exceed double the amount of the Capital actually paid i in, services and give ties the said security.for council shall perfbrjjianceof 6f the efty cotinttl ate. d.u1y '' warraff't' *&4. *- .

it shall: be the duty,of the'aforesaid CoraftiisMpners to give public notice uver and above the money then actually deposited in the Bank fursafe their, respective' Be.: ns .That city all free white, prescribe male citizens? j-'udgmcnts within the limits prescribed!i this act .of. equalxlignitj ,
SEc 4. (furtherenncle'I "
in the city of Tallahas- and increase of th'those of aay'othecourt or iMi SlaaSxa { *
thereof in one of the newspapers printed keeping, excess. the United Stateswho shall have resided in the limits of the said'ity ; ,. .
*e, in which notice they shallj designate, the day npon which the second RULE XIL The bill obligatory.nd of credit, notes and other of months next before election under this and .who 10. Bf it further enacted, 'That the cler5'tt sll keep a correct
instal. nfuprtn said Capital will become payable, and the said ::ontracl s whatsoever of said Corpnr.'l, shall be binding Bud obliBatorJ ., three any act, I record of all th proceedings and ordinances'of.ihe clfy 6ocn ti. .

Commissioners shall, at the same lime and In the same manner, np- ,on the said Company, provided the same be signed by the are 'legal voters in officers the County and all of Hillsborough shall be, shall"entitled" + to''ote' ; and of the mayor's court, in suitable books for'that'purpose,:and &s;
i. the
>>omt a day, at least twenty days from tbe date of such notice, on :.reside, Cashier- or other authorized agent of said cC1rpomtion ; and SECU for city enacted voting That it abaft by be the the i treasurer shall keep a_correct. account if. aD bfe ete: ?pts and fxpenditures -' '
5. ,
B.C further dotY.of -
which tb* Stockholders rf said Bank arc to meet in Tallahassee, for the hooks, papers, correspondence and funds of the C mp.1ny'shJ.1I I and 'of the Town adcn shall.ben of.the*ci treasury, and j 0oLir&h. the mini in ,Januarj everyear. /
) ,
the of electing thirteen Directors, for the purpose of IUftna;- at all times be subject to the inspection of the Board of Directors and President Trustees Tampa' jf any .Alimonies shall l be'paid to toe treasurer,.who+ ,shall "give Ws" I
purpose office; or in case there! as not,then of jbe Judge of Probate of the :
lag the trainees of said Bank;? and it shall moreover be the duty of Stockholders, when convened according to tho provisions of thi3 act. after the' '' receipt for.the. same and money.n be drawfe:from the treaaarr
of Hillsborough, immediately ?:of this act to
wW Corn j sioners to take the necessary measures for procurin'f .the RULE XIII. Dh.iJends'ofthe profits of the Corporation, or ofo County for election for the package hereinbefore except upon the order of the mayor Jtifd consent of .thVefey e'OfflicB j ;
necessary Measures,.Books Plats, &c., required for the operations of much thereof as shall deemed: expedient and proper, shall be appoint HOmo early day -an the and all Orders upon the treasurer shall be'noted opoa the; mferatts it.

td Bank; and at the meeting of Ujo+StocLhoHeis, it fchall be U\v- declared and! paid half yearly, (tho firtt> half year after tbe Bank shall officers for, notice tho said and city, by advertisement three inspectors, in and usual.clerk way, of giving_ the*, ,:the". 'council and countersigned by the clerk. t .. ; s
appoint a '
election of the Directors in excepted,) and said dividends shall from time ten days ; Sac. '11. Be farther enacted; That l be from tit '
let for them to proceed iinuiedintt'ly to ;Save been operation who" shall bo and make return of the said election I a ppc 'sn. Jir *
said election, sworn
be required to mak'1Jrt of- tho. Directors at a meeting, firiatdeclsion! of the aforesaid to the CircoftCa&rt .
,, aiul a plurality of the votes given 'o time ho determinedby a majority of the mayor Ta other
.tbe 0T Probate County, according to the ,
Judge general
of shall in exceed in amount to } et,befdWt 6T the Peace and under, die
flecMo-i, ;'1 I the Direct'>rs then elected l shall ,be capable fo be held for that purpose, and no case of the State of Florida. The said inspectors shall-be ca Justices : saftt. mtrktiQot I
election "
$smag, by virtuo..of each election, until the,first Mon ay in January the nctt. profits actually acquired by the Corporation so that the capital with the and be subject to the acme rules limitations as see now prescribed J..." # 1
invested sis
lint ensuing the tine: of such election, aDd shall receive from theUfcaTHKimwra Sock= thereof shall never be impaired the samo powers' election laws .that ,Ssc. 12. Be it further.enacted, 'That all,laws:aud pcrl of laws,* 1
aforesaid general
the which have hCf'n'received by them, RULE XIV. On all notes running in said, Bank 'as accommodation prescribed by except inconsistent ,with tho fro lsIOD' of this Act, beard thi saseart Jser j
mmiey may certificate be the receipt of :
and shall required. Upon *
poll-hook ,one '
Wither with all bopkapopera, &c./ belonging to said Bank, and ,paper'ben any mortgage .has bee.given'to'secure the pay-. said 'paU.booknd. Certificate, the JudgeofProbaieahall forthwith bj.repealed* "... '. -: t*

tall! take the .,fiieaeures to put the said. Baakiutx; ) opera meat thereof it shall not be necessary to renew the mortgage oti declare under the seal of his office, the result.of, the said.election, [f+Mh tl>: mole, Beeember 8. 1843. ,r-t. ti. G.G. : Deewn&tr It. '? I
t1ie .
Note but the"
tioa,0 soon as the ,para.oft one hundred and twenty-five thousand account of renewal of.tho. rttfrtgage originally given and deliver thecertificate. ,thereof td the person who may be.elected fiat Arpr T; ti fI, Ih,- ,ti.j, .,''.. 11,.'' ', Ji. .'
: ;
of each renewed
Stock- note Jt
the -
dollars shall have been Pai4 i in by the:Stockholders.. ; and the shall be valid to secure payment t. ,8.0: of said city whx>M duty it shall bob, :assemble Council AJtf.
flavor ,
bua'shal,;tn the first,Monday in January aforesaid: and 'anoiBr long as said Note shall be part of the original debt. : ,Provided, That ADd other officers mentioned. fn said erUScate, and take himself and' >. '..' ""f '.. .'.:. t / :_. .. :'

I .on the same:day Uiereafter,,hold an .election for Director of ao nc" or after debt or loan shaR! be included therein.BULK 'came to be administered to the other'officerB; the following oath or affirmation t ,'r4 :"la.. l ; .
it shall be_ (' tol.a&i J XV: All note discounted bj said,Bank, (bills of exchange : '
std Bank, in the city of Tallahassee, and n by BerneJ'udicialgrptheroffice'guali l edtoa4ministeroatbs, ACT ; :
; for tt reliefer Jbrt
election there.' : .
made :
Dirsctots subsequently In their tosh0134oooe excepted ) shall be payable ;
their first meeting thai I
at "J i' of the solemnly awear .willdischarge
viz: city
=, a.'l
ADd i if it should at XVk Tho said Bank shall, half.yearly, and .before any aofZ.nfpar'do Satrioli J(. 'h e
of their camber ,af President; any JIUL& .tho duties'of, .the :'- to1 w, .and the ordi.nAacfif ) st ;61 rw"j.c'Jb ',-
fcne happen that an4ectian for Directors should not be rnade; upon Dividend shall 'declared by Doctors' .. thereof, set apart from .' pf'freCitf" ,qwcilv' $ 4thoatpr.jpdtce'or? rtir<1fy tatirtt, oftls)' State tf TTTfrTflr fa fSntfriT-lrtmtfa- 'MmTri r..f'.. -rI.. : ieg 1 ;
**s day wten, pursuant to.thij ae it ought to have bedo'u:i/' theratmorth the.whole arootinf of Jhe nett profits.of the.said Bank, three per ceo* ability apdjuppt>rt the.CopxSxtoiio&jof this; state' and.of Jh.: tlittll i PAbtlOlat b :d1i"U i' t. :j :

iuseshalLnat bo deemed td'be'diU a, 'bur h; AS e'friti foiElieuse: 6T the'State; .and' the saidtinnyso''set', part'nm ray ; "cf dRcline to t )o)atts : ."a? ort otTtlsrleo D[.. fofi' ; :

.be,wra.1'oD any otl'er day,ta hold and make aft da3eOootcf; 1 Dl-I. 'and. "ftonriftrhted, pie .aforesaid. shall be fn full consideration'of f erne aite 1 ; ,,.sqtep.rc, .ffl l.1a1 n -..' ';il r:; ioarottIt3"Darrnsht, If3'R! ',,__ _sr ..: '. '. '

tscba j. niaoner/tSi shalTbare been.directed. by'Ihetawfandof aft ton*'of tKe8to k:of'.said B ank;,.m Qr shall I the stock of aid,Bwfc ; 'D. .14' .' cdlors.det' '.fuser ". oii t seh 't&' 'r > .ttnerartiMatl :fit., ... .. ,
a Gem ..J... :'A 'iit* ,- tavflfinn: PwwwVW T11at ie'U''or... *b J 0tb8 .. 1m bat" to JerY r' 'i'f6 .-.. 11r
sad toe Directors for Ai tloS ab'1ing bJ. ;ap l N.J1 t.toanv.othe .' _. ,': i make ; jbddd leD "be .1.-1 i-.u .7..u. '
rtac8. aid Corponaliop, :, 1. ,., .. '&.1:1 to the' fo : then' Count: i1ors' to uip j' ,, ,. .f* : .. ,
> -ail, "oontltuto ac>f.nnUl''wetr; ceuori are elected JPgb.ereln otitaioed, :' ',1 1be., .. p .. lWUe. exempt... propertytaics fbe csniditeslra 'i Ina' .a era ant ;>sbkrtat il'otea. ,'WV1i' l! .x pt .D > 14,iH f.l'. i .. -.
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:: Circutnstaes pubhi. toByi bec J toge,. o. 5, 1. Q.

,.:. ..\ ; ... PLT.LAHLSsEI'. T 1 ton of i bc-Flo- t4ier oar:paty3eubuncid; | i byyofrictiot be toe. is late me zibA Qto hold at1ti irLodgfcRoo fo thc city

: __: % V C, i ; T V4 ,. i 7. -\, _ridian of to day.,SWp,trail Jojie jle, how: %e&1hefore 'tzt4' rm oncejjhlraeNotSDf tnllahtswe, Jannar/.151 185$,
-1 > learn ; \ tu FiorI
I .. ve are pleesfcd to from ( ov. Broome the "denoSciaUtibs" of that olt %
e v.-r, to lay it before our readers next week to following of Brother JOB Wittowol w snnoj
Safdftfay, January 19, I86. the acceptable, intelligence that Gen, Davis sinner of Ohio. Ills speech will da as abolition !I"
> It is a document worthy, at this crisis, of the Giddings
I who presides :over the War GAIJTEIvt-. h* have
Department at WlUT'ItAi BBBTT
: Cider of the Union- and should he found in the daily Globe Dec.. 19lh.rnoa .
4 Eiecifthrt,ippisihtnielit" Washington, has cent instructions to Col. Magistrate the Democracy bfOhio gained by concesslgn.fto r- ions,-vecn. a 4-r<|ptwt:.? : ;..
Munroo to adopt coercive for the bf read by every friend of 4his conntnp ;- 'A IixTnAcTa CIDDWO'U 8PCIt.MR. (he Abolitionists t What was pined by WTUA5It '

SOND-JONES ALBERT measures very good synopsis of its coiitents GIDDINGS. No, I am not through Democratfo u inb rOtiCODgTeU voting against -, reznov (rotnearthjS
J. DCZIER, Jr. r* upp.mtAtJMe; Camp to.liis removal of the'remnant of savages occupying found in another column..Ourlroaders yet ; I am only beginning. ]! say,-thenrand 1 I the Nebraska flUl t Linseywa beaten -

F.cri1T) jtfi "O vmi ir. 4itJ the Rwlc of f Colonel the extreme southern portion of this State.- will remember that the Mesi wish thV particular attention of the gentle- nearly as bad a* Green Stewart was cot _

repect.d ccordin1y, Removal i.s now the declared purpose, and,to maniioprecedd me/ atfor23.yearaflopetitkn down as.wella Ofd*I Jkihniwr/arednobet. ..;edw1tb
AUet: : accomplish it-the.Executive of this State has snge. was sent iir while the'IIouse "wns ajillwithout'a coming from th e North in favor ofre.nlom ter than ,pinsey 1 Unless! a Denjocral wpl of hlorder zal sifiJelityaII

F VJLLEPIOU, S4'y.Of State.. been authorized the War Speaker, and.this circumstance has in this District, taverbeeh. heard leavehIi.g4ary and deny its principles.& % ? / aflti hiirt.uei.aa; oub Tb
by Department to given occasion to some fovr of the bittor Know frorn, after itvwfls committed to the Committee qo sort of chance vith Abolitionism//! ytfhen belt _

receive and tender to Col. Munroe for immediate Nothing press to carp and snarl The Bal ntheDistric.: Columbia.*. The rule o1 why no'tiat once,facidefor the right, anil let; ResalccJt That the members of thii Lodg9Ho

At Oar Post, service, five Companies of" Volunteers. timore Democrat, falsely so called, (Know-, the Tf use'is, that Committee on'tbe DfsU expediency\ *\.If a principle is right it cant Inecreljr lament thx death of Brother

-.Aftern brief absence in South Florida, wenrr And should the five be instifncfont, as many of Columbia shnll take into consideration and not fojudiciov to oppose it-or> dodge it- JohrtMVilsorT, hy ..which society;'bw lost

agniii at Our post, and cordially greet our more as Col. Murvroe may desire. In accordance Nothing,) declares report on all such matte/s and petitions as Then .why'longer dolge thn Kansas issue ? valoablo citizen, pod our Lodg a.
renders. Icasf This is one of the most high-handed act shall be them. :'hy is there notfirraness, enough in the Democratic hone and n ( Vffi mbii-
They have lost with the tenor of the
nothing despatch that has been attempted. The President that rule has been violated
yet For 23 years masses. North and South, to come to qualities 'and
the temporary editorial change, and it affords from' WfiKhinoton, Gov. Broome has promptly had no more right to require that message to and the parliamentary law trampled under term at once. on this question-to a national him to a large circle friends, and mad tdman

us great pleasure and satisfaction to render our received and tendered for immediate service, lie read before the assembbige in. (the hail of foot. Tha rights of the people of the North and universal understanding, that as the territories 'ornament to our order *,* *-***

public acknowledgments to the talented friend four Volunteer Companies, commanded( by the House, than he had to insist, upon its being have been repudiated and trampled upon ; our are the common property of North and Redhxd, That thi Lodge Ka .i l&f a
who read before the Mayor's Court of this doors lavo been slammed in their faces;- South shall le in common dEath'
so aLly and industriously assumed ourplace. Messrs. Kendrick, Durra ce, Sparkman nnd so they occupied serious loss in the foar Worthy Tirftu-
The "we cit}'. It is a sheer usurpation of power-an This has been done iider democratic rule. that the property of each and the rights) of whose l long and faithfnIdIsehargiif die
only thing have to regret Hooker, respectively. Capt. Johnson's Company attempt nt (iiCtttiOfl-a trial of the temper of But let me go further; I regret to say thai each sluill be protected in these common terri' responsible duties of' his office obfairi 4/for

/ibput; It ia, that his editorship and our ownS of Sumpter Comity, we learn, had bcf the House previously to further ffptsof like in this District, under the laws f if the' United lories and leave to the laws oj'climate'tproduc- him its eotire aod highest eonfidcaee "andflregarii
may present a contrast by no means flatter received by Col. Munroe, immediately npon tendency." Statesmen, rear boys d girls for the mar lion and the natural order of things to 'deter '5.. ;>- 4AReiolttd

ing to.oureelf. the happening of the recent Indian outbreak.Gov. So far from this, the almost .universal sentiment ket, arid sell them for profit. Vhis revolting mine the whole matter! That fender oar cnodolrtico

Mnch excitement continues to prevail in Broome, whose promptness in this outside of the Black Republicans and practice has been protected by the Democratic It is folly,.utter folly, to eecape this Issue; (0 the widow and family 4T oor deceased Bro.tlrer .

.. the southern portion of the.peninsular, matter entitles him to the a squad of frantic Know Nothings, i is that of patty of this nation. They have elected it must come, and.the sooner:Democracy and assure them of oar sincere.sjmpa-
upon highest commendation -
who have constantly so arranged
Speakers take it, and turning about confront the vile thy in theirgrtnt affliction.
the eubjct of the Indian difficulties. that hearty approval of the President's course. the District of Columbia
Although assures us much pairiolism has the Committees on and traitorous gang that are seeking to delude Resolcfd, That the Lodge Roora nnd the
according to the most authentic accounts, been displayed by) prominent citizens of the Some of the Southern Know Nothings in the that, when petitions came up here praying' the people, why the better for its safety and official chair of our deceased Brother; ,r-b

the.number of warriors does House, it is gratifiying to see, were disposed that this revolting practice might cease, and success. .Thewhole
m t exceed one Eastern and Southern portions of the State, mighty imposture once draped in mourning, and thai the membera of
hundred, they have been sufficiently emboldeWd in a manly tender of their service? to facilitate to treat the President with justice and that the people of the free abhorrent States should DO taken by the throat, may be strangled in a sin this lodge wear the usual badge of raoomlog
involved in such
be iniquity,
longer and the vile and
gle canvass
contemptible for the of
to tike the bold which has respect : space 30 days.
step resulted whatever be
: means might adopted for the their respectful petitions have been trampled
creatures-the dupes and tools of British
aristocratg Resolved, That these Resolutions be !
i i the massacre several soldiers. The flagrant expulsion of the savages. We congratulate Mr. II. Marshall of Kentucky, thought under foot, and consigned to perpetual silence. -the entire horde of' loving POKlished
nigger' the
that probably the ought to be read, in city journals, and that a copy be
and unexpected attack Ltent. Hartsnff the citizens of South Florida this message traitors be driven into Canada
important ,
upon upon and considered that they were a House before may or might sent to the family of deceased. -.; .
Is regarded by Col. Monroe and Capt. step, which is to rid them of a tronblesome the election ol a lie thOUght in a month, or compelled to repent their vile True extract from tine Mintes- ...
And friends here is issue.-
now, my delusions in tears and ashes.
..*sey ns an open declaration of war, nnd neighbo-, and pIae them on a f>< 1 ting j that the House would stultily itself if it should The Democrats have, at last, in one instance, U. t A. .liKI* AW<',K.- E.'

their! subjection; and removal are lo be effect- ofequaity! with the rest of the.'citizens of f turn round and say 'Wo are not a House been outspoken and bold in their avowal of Good Counsel.

('d by tho! most energetic r.nd sanguinary our State. and will not receive it' He was of the opinion their intention' to maintain slavery Kansas. The South by a wise moderation, that will. At n meeting of Couticil onWedn:! sd y
._ that they should receive it, and let it They declare that the principles of the Kansas the resolutions ifnan.
measures. This tribe has z= -- evening, following were
always been a set sacrifice nothing for which it has ,
lie upon the table until, having effected an organization bill shall be'maintained, that the doctrines a right jtc
of reckless nnd dangerous savages, who have lUaseuic. they should be ready to hear it of that bill shall be uphehf. They declare contend, whilst it seduously avoids unneces imously passed :

repeatedly) violated the most solemn treaty The Grand Communication of the Grand j( read and to act upon it. jilso, hostility to Know Nothingism as one of sary antagonism to the prejudices or wishes., Resoltcd, That by tha death of our late

Mipulations, and have treated (the kind over- I Lodge of Free and Accepted .Masons of Florida Mr. Carlile of Virginia, concurred with the principles of their platform. Now, sir, o"the North, has the at the fellow-citizen, Joiix WIISOTT, Marshal of ths
Mr. Millson that present ses.- city, the Mayor and Council feel that his de
t his colleague ( ) .they were a ?
lures of :our Government'with the g1oscsti1)pInity. Ii.-is bpcn in session at Maronic Hall in the combined forces of the Opposition arrayed sion to strengthen immensely the oftht
House ju-their present condition. He thought cause mise is a public calamity: he was a.faithful
Before our dopailure from Tim| this place during the pnst \'CC1?<, and was cloj | that it was fair to presume that the President that against freedom this shall platform be restored of Kansas.Wesiy Union and sectional peace.-Baltimore Amer- public officer, an' honest man, and one who

pn nn the 12th inst., Lieut. Hartsuff had re- j sed on Thursday night ];1st. Tiiere has, \ye t wou'd not have gent in hiscemmurtiention U.i We that the solemn consecration entered ican.This fulfilled all trusts reposed in him.. .

t-jrned ti Fort Myers, severely, but not dangerously understand, been a large amount of business morning unless it treated of matters of which into say l by our fathers 3" years. since, shall says the Louisville Journal, is a perti Resolved, That we deeply feel the loss his.

woandi-d, and his verbal statement; transacted by the ( rind Lodge, and the I the country and the House should be informel be restored, and transmitted to our descen nent reflection. We heartily endores it.-. family havustained, and .nat that they may

of the nnuner of attack, corresponds "Vvitlj! representation fiom tiP! Su'iordinle!: ( Lodges ; and it might be that alter the message dants. Here we stand. This is the issue Upon the only question which threatens to submit to the decree with faith and a firm reliance
Should be read the President, instead nfje- disturb the of upon the mercy of Him.who has promised
tho Union
tranquility the South
before the House. This the for the ,
is issue
the better thafl could have been
version of the ntFair tlu Pcn.w7rr was expected,
as given by protection to the widow and orphan.
I would receive the thanks of
ceiving ceisure, of lSf G. for Kansas" now presents an unbroken front. It is unity.
at an cailjr period. when :she culinily bad state of our roads; i isconsidered. had inj campaign > Liberty R. II. BERRY
/ j jv the country t for the course he pursued .is our motto. Upon that the people of the Let it see that t c strength which this indivis )
Tlie citizens of Jouh: Florida evince tliegrcajtist j t this i matter.' 1 He 1 hoped no fuither i time would Union will stand. We are forming our'party. able unity assures in exerted with tact and GEO. N. HEIR, *Committee.

anxiety for the nmicdi-tte: removal o!' From the Masonic zeal and ir.trlligcnce of"he i lie in discussion, but that the We are gathering our forces. We are patriotic forbearance. In the sectional conrovcrsy HY. L. RUTGERS, ),

(!he e troubles'tme] neighbors, arid; I arc icp'siig officers elect fur the ensuing year, we would be at once read." consolidating our ranks. We. intend lobe so darkly impending, the South plants A FRENCH VIEW OF-AMEBICAN. Arr.inuu.

great confidence in the Executive; of oir hsvo every icnson to believe! that the interests It.we are to j judge from the comments of ready for the cor.fiic?, 'On that issue we go itself immovably upon the existing legislation, The Paris Constitutional contains a long-
the the itself meets with to the icorle and God the and demands only to be left alone. Its posi-
Message general j may prosper
f the Craft press
will attended
Slate arid the Florida '> te to.
4 representation in Congres favor. As State it ranks right! ion is purely and exclusively a defensive one, article, in'which! tie! opinions and the policy
-, that they will, by their influence and The following are the officers elect : a paper among We commend these tit-bits to those Southern and it i is quietly yet firmly resolved to uiaiii- of the United States.discussed.' Surprise
the ablest boldest and sunniest.
activity, contribute: much toward the ccnstjujniation R. A. SHIMS, Grand Master. who in ain it. Its attitude before the nation and the is expressed that,the cause of Russia should
The following remarks of the Petersburg men are so vigorously engaged world is bold, dignified and manly. We
4)f f so impoitant an event We symj oIbize i2. R. IVK Do-pnty Grand Master. j jC. find sympathy in a country which assumes to
Express: (independent,) will be re-echoed by making war upon the Democracy. They would snot have it change or abate thUajtitude
deeply with distressed inhnbitatits of 'I. C. KLKTCHIS, Senior Grand Warden. all true men everywhere : nay probably be patriotic in their purposes; by n hair's breadth. Cut beyond the most bo 'the freest in the woild. This gingnlar

the frois'ier, and sincerely hope that this! time T. R. I'ITTM.VX, Junior Grand Warden.TH I S The Pn-sidciit takes for the but it is unfortunate for them that they are unflinching fidelity4o itself there lies a wide alliance, says the editor, between despotism

the Indians will be compelled to leave theciuutry. os. HAYW.IKI), Grand Treasurer. I South, and this portion; strong of the ground Message will backed ]b- tljp King Uec of the Abolition- margin of policy, o'n which with a just conciliatory and republica"nrsn:-betwcf nyoung American

Since the calamitous affair with J. B. T.vvLon, 31. I).* Grand; Secretary. I receive the hearty approval of every tiue pa- Uts. spirit it may hold the excited cohorls civilization and Asia Ic bar'baristm-hcrtain-i f -..*. ..

Lieut IlarlsufT, the Indians have all ivcededt Rev. E. L. T. BLAKK, Grand Chaplain. I i ti lot in the land -it matters not that he reside 4 ____________________ of the North in parley and charm away ly iMonctrous,.and there h no sophism which
aggression before citadel is
the southern north south of Mason and Dixon'f THE DJJMOCHATIC ATIOcA COMMITTEE our approached.
utmost of the or
xerge lig Cyjres can justify American democrats for taking
The Grand Lecturers appointed arc J.MKELLKXWOOD We hope that such a conciliatory spirit will !
- ) and aie doubtless i in an altitude of Gr.; Lecturer, and M. WHIT line.Ve reader earnestly and commend will this fail portion to it met in Washington Monday last, and after occupy this margin effectively. It is mad- ta-t with injustice against light in thestrnggle -.
our hope none to give
t'dlaue ag.iinst every proposition for theii SMITH, J. Moons and D. v/ MeR.ou:, for a careful pprfcual. consultation, fixed upon the first Monday in 'nesi'to bluster or exasperate. The times are which the civilized powers, are carrying
rcn ova 1. June as the day for holding the Democratic too critical fur this. The South requires but
(the East, South and Middle. The Petersburg Intelligencer (Whig-Know- elf control on against the most arbitrary od.ignorant
S -Viitional Convention at Cincinnati. a masterly to convert the exigency
Stale in .
Nothing) says : into a national blessing. It needs Europe. They possess, .neverthc/
The Contest for Speaker The Grand Royal Arch Chapter of Florida only a
which has also been in Grand Convocation He (the President) winds up rfvith a notice The Public Documents. wise discretion The )tat j>.sl intelligence received from Wasl at considerable length of the Constitutional pregnably, and with them the existence of ; for history proves that republics are

ington, K thai no speaker has been clecltt'Kifhard has elected the following Grand* Officers for Relations of Slavery," which he discusses The rcpoits or rather abstracts, of several the Union itself. An ancient poet has said not less tyrannical than despotisms," He

on, Hanks, and Fuller continue to the ensuing masonic year: with a lorcc and fairness that will be univer- of the Departments Washington, are fub.lished : that no other protection is wanting, provided denounces the Government, however, rather,
nlly admitted: outside of the pale of fanati in the New York Times[ from which one ia under the guidance of prudence. It
Tnos. HA.YWARD Grand
receive the same number of vote?, day! aftei High Priest, than the people, and describes the latter as
iism. NVe have not had time to r-ad what we take the subjoined : becomes the South in the present crisis, and
day, with not the slightest prospect of ending K. R. Ivns, Deputy Grand High Priest, he s.ivs under this head with the attet'ion that ENGLAND UNITED in all future crisis, to realize the force of this remarkable practical good sense, and aptitude

tho contest Ly h choice. While we deplore J. L. MrKiNrvoy, Grand King, it deserve, but, from our hasty overlooking AND TUB STATES. saying. for appreciating their true'interests.-

the exigence of such an anomalous condition JAMES ELLKSWOOK, Grand Scribe, of it, it strikes us that the views and opirlons The following arc the cardinal points of The commercial relations -betweenBritain-
the documents accompanying the President's Common Sense Views.
of from the R. A. SIIIXE, Grand Treasurer, which he expresses arc perfectly sound. and the United States
things, resulting predominance of message, in relation to our affairs with Great Commenting the protractedcontest arc described to be so

fanaticism and faction, il affords one of the J. B. TAYLOR, Grand Secretary, The Baltimore Patiotl'hig( Know Noth.iig Biithn : for Speaker in the upon House, the New Orleans intimate that every disaster which reaches

most_ sfriUng illustrations of the strength and RIY. C. E.: D.i-rCrand Ch.iplain. ) pays the following high'ribute : Mr. Marcy, in June of 1853, declares, in a Bulletin the commerce of oue/mast affect serictasly7
injegiity of principle of the Democratic party I he remainder of the Mcsrngc consists of de-patch to .Mr. Buchanan, that this Govern- a whig paper, gives utterance to the that of the other
Harmonious an elaborate review of the slavery que&tion. mnt can never-yield to the British pretension following views, which cannot fail to strike
and of the factious character of the
opposition, According to n. Washington correspondent It is a bold and fearless argument, taking that the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty was only' the reader as sensible and just : i\o other Paper lias the Neirs.

which has been given in many years. The of the N. Y" Herald, the Know Nothing members high Southern ground in favor of State ligh's, [prospective in its operation. Alter some spicy We take it for granted, that with Southern The New York Courier & Enquirer of the
sterling representatives of the true Democracy and with the diplomatic of Hs conduct in
denouncing, unsparing severity, censure this men, the candidate of the Republicans is out
well in Washington must have had .1 happy efforts made the free soil! he c'oses' 25th, says the! Macon Telegraph, has undoubted
of the country, knowing thtw( arc in a by patty to legislate negotiation by declaring that if of the question ; upon no consideration villa
. minority in the House, nod cannot by their time of it, in their late Caucus. Barnum's upon a subject over which, the Message contends Great Hi-itnin persists in holding Ruatan, in member Congress from :i slave State dare information front private sources that

own unaided strength elect a speaker of their happy family" is a gathering of about equally they have no constitutional authority defiance of all right, we shall know her purpose to cast his vote for Banks. The only choice, the terms for 'concluding"an immediate' >a
concordant material. It i is ominous to see whatever. This portion of the Message i is in holding it simply as a naval and a as far as they are concerned, is between between the! Western Powers and Russia,
own choice, have stood and still stand firmly I marked by,a vigor of tone, and a force of expression military station is to fleet injuriously our in Richardson and Fuller; and who shall yield, been
foi'hcrn' of the Order has definitely
so exponents arranged Aastria.beeo .
nnd inflexibly together, a Macedonian phalanx many which occasionally breaks out into terests. A prede'ermination' to interfere with the greater the, less or the.less fo the greater ,
amid contending parlies. They have coming out at this time in favor of a surrento invective. President Pierce does not leave our affairs( thus manifested! will render the ? Is it mOre reasonable that Richardson acceded to by/Russia, have received- the as*

united and remain.united upon their own choSen the Abolitionists : his position on this great and at present absorbing continuance of'our amicable relations with his sevcnty.five votes should come over to sent
champion, scorning all coalitions, bargains A meeting of the Americans was called last question in doubt for a single moment. her precarious. Mr. Buchanan's discussion Fuller, oithat Fuller with his thirty-four reluctantly acquiesced in by' England. The
attended. Walker He has taken his stand fearlessly, anti of this entire question is5 very able and thor should Richardson ?I.
: or.compromises'resolved to incur defeat rather night-thirty of Alabama, go terms are in brief as,foltojvs :
whatever may bo thought of the wisdom ot ough. There is but
offered a resolution endorsing' the 12th section one great divides The
| than compromit their integrity of principle and all the Slavery policy! Etheridgp, of his course, we cannot but honor him for the On the Gth August last Mr. Matey again the House in i's present disorganized Russia.1. Crimea left in,the possession 0

* by any arrangement by which they might cre- Tennessee, was the first to oppose it, paying manliness with which he has thus publicly urges the immediate settlement of this state ; and there' are only two grand clasifi- 2. The Black Sea to be, -
\ ate even a suspicion that they would sacrifice ho was willing the Northern men should have avowed his sentiments, while we feel satisfied question, before Mr. Buchanan should retire rations recognized-Nebraska and Anti-Ne of all open to the' commerce

I their principles for any'consideration.They i spot to breathe on as well ?as' Southern. that their utterance, in words so distinct and from London, and the latter is instructed to braska men ; for we lake it for granted, that float its arrood Tessel eyer to
waters. / *
Paine, of North Carolina, opposed it ;dso.- unequivocal, will rouse n storm of indignation ask Britain, distinctly, 'whethershe' in- for the present at least, the questin of nativ- upon /* : r .
are resolved to march .victory or in some sections of the which for tends to insist holding Huafan and to insist 3.:. Hie whole-course of the,Danube, its
Havens, of New York, doubted its expediency. country, on ism is held in abeyance, 'llie anti-slavery
defeat .with their own glorious standard with Walker then flared up, and said should reserve fierceness and vindictive vituperation, will find on her abandoning her pretensions party is a generic party, composed of fusion mouths Russian included control., to be entirely released' fronr

nil ijs noble mottoes waving over them, refus. to himself the right to publish the resolutions no parallel in the political history of the Re there.Mr. whigs, freesoil democrats and northern know 4. Each ., vk :

; ing any, alliance with any faction, the price of with the fact that they were presented public. Buchanan addressed a note according not.hings.Vith them the Nebraska question during the war party, to bear, its own expenset.
' American and The Patriot is remarks the ly, and on the 28th of October Lord Claren- others.
whose purchased aid would be the slightest to ati meeting rejected. Paine right, Richmond overshadows'all On this issueBanksis .
\ and others"denied Walker's right to do so.- Enquirer. We -nlrealy hear the muttering d conceifcjoe political principle. They preBsnfca' discussion and that t&c North.,, ,
Great excitement followed. Buffington of stating the British Government and champion of the -
pro slavorymen.
spectacle moral grandeur which hasrarelyJbeenvUnessed Massachusetts, Deane, of Connecticut, and of the fiee-soil storm, but its fiercest blasts adheres to its previous positions. The question being narrowed, down to this Tlie-NeiYork 'papers by: the KnoiTill

1 ia Congressional Halls others withdrew digust Humphrey Marshall will only rally the patriots of the land around point, it seems to us there ia no longer occa. are filled \vitb.detailed accounts* of the'laW

If any alliance is to be, made at ali, i it must said he had not been put up to be treated the bold and elevated constitutional ground THE Si'1.tKEn.-'J'here were four votings sion to heEitafdf6f those who are .compelled sorero StomiaLtbe North Ertryv wherecommrnication ,-*

L.I l*.bjr: > .the acknowledgment, on the part of ,as ho had .bjCen, and that every little whippcr the Piesident has taken. As an indication of in 'the House on the 7lh, the last of which to choose between, them If voting for 'a waa stopped delayed;'inmnriy -

* snapper from the North had run up 'his flag' the abuse! 'that will be showered his stood as follows : Banks 99, Richardson 72, democrat be.a !bitter pill for old line whigs places inotv'bad fallen to greatdvpthJI>]
those Vlio shall unite with" them in upon Onthe .
electing HudsoirRiTerRoad
. for the place-that ho was put up to be beaten Fuller 30, Pennington 9, scattering 109 and known things) to take, it is a thousand a traio with thre.engiuie .
of ilieir choice that the Democfatic bead by free-soil papers, we extract thtf :was snowed in 'and 4he
t te.gentlcman by Richardson, and to drive the Black Republicans times/n more .pauepus .dos.o o.ts\yallow a so pert nt end*
; ,candidate sLe representative in over, to 'Kichardson'fl support It was following from the Philadelphia North Amer. necessary to a choice. --- democrat andTr'eesoiler' combineti, as"in Banks eh was compelled rto take sleigha |oNew

the contesi 4he trueprinciles."- In the IanueoI.1i proposed to nominate a candidate whom the icim : THE Northern-Know: Nothings in* Congress -for Fuller'is-iii porting phrase, nowherein York city for relief !Fpnf additional}'engine*

Black Republicans could opt supj*>rt. As "The'nbjeclness, of his submission almost the race. weresent op, and th&train orfourcars. a.ur
"aro'resolvedth a'hard set/if/
g : : conlemporary, they are wojmay judge from the ____ -- ly reached its destination with ,
S they came oat, Wlutijey of New York, dc'- belief, an-i, if wti mistake not, will = vevczzeagizzu.
:; t Mahomet shajl "come to the rno'untain if cured the whole.thing a d-d farce!' disgust even those whom it was intended to South Side Democrat, who, says: A Wild Woman. nearlyPwoenEjnstoa e ar: '

.... t1ris ib Le any'combtuhtio.n'at all.' flatter. Among the many objectionable There are some twenty five or more Know Capt Little, during his late excursion to In New York city, tbaspow' it twa'feet'deep
.t -J"- pro
: 1*' *-" i i' *: The critjcs.ur this country have pretty generally nuncjamriitos against the North, which have, Nothing the House, and nll.exccpt the,plains with two companies of.the 7th in fanryj ori average, and i is drifted 'in many pli*.

Albany Patriot. \ 'ridiculed Longfellow last lii. from time ib time-been issued 'by the Governorsof two are Abolitionists and vote for Banks. [ found .1 wiI9! woman ntsbmopolnt( *>n-the ces five and six feet deep. Every thing i is

,* 'J16 la4isttie of/tins' excellent democratic porn, Southern'StatesJ; we da not remember The Rev. Mr. Penrco of Pennsylvania, was prairies.. She was a pitiable object, being almost snowed in! There has not been such a tionain
? awatha'in tlio iribst'uwmjrciful; nanye- ( 'onc'inwhich the convicted a few days since on'the floor of the "stajvedto death, emaciated, and disfigiure twelve yeftrs b ror0>
jfruit, aiinfiencos (thai Col.-Trrr ha disposed Their example' has b en followed? by many any''doing im'the/part of asurn1t1onsfwrong the fee dorn. bqdv/of nn altempt'to bribe a member into (| by the barbarous {custom oCebrae of the '1n.N HaTencthBXorm'wtythe heaviest

: of his entire interest to his junior associate on the other side of tho water; but the Lonlotf monwealths :;of this -Union" Jihve been more yotmg!; for Banks.. Tho day 'aftr? being 'Sun tribes of cutting off nosjesjitifl cari,4 She is'ap and most Violent kiWWn to.the earliest iababritaat

:: Mf.vJouxVVotm .*vlib will ia futurv / Lfeader ho* mean authority is, on the nnhlushmglyi1' asserted, or the' gentle plUent;! day, hq is reported hayejjeliveredtwo'- par uitly, about SO1 yean old.. A thVtitne our ?! Irr some* place*-tho now 'WM piled

publish the paper alone. Mr. W is weiraf.d in with it and concludes forbearing pirifof our: slaveholdiug kiirsYofk! mohsjiY one of the ejmrchesf in this'eity amfth'o nfoniiant left Fort Gibson,-where she"now is; fifteen'frtl high. The railroad were blocked
. favorably known in this community his contrary, raptures more pnthetfea'tljTset} 'forth than i in the mithi.' next Anight,to have been-seen ;drunk at ra' iJfe.HadgjVbii! no vidcVc'es of "changing ,'her up and travel'aerlduslj.imp ndsd. M r" ,j ''
a long notice in t113'fatrnstrain.! .- ,. ;. ff6ti.igtucl :by the gentleman from New I'aiotllank. Such is'a fair 'sample! ,ofJKnpw, wild, nrtnjsh disposition.arTdtLjiianriefr but pbntinu&l la Boston and'tbroagLowl ,N'nEugb'Jthe
S merit nr.d talents and, i wWi hitnwboupd
u. f America has now her epic. ThVintelJectafll 'Hampsbire/who at present occupies the Presidential Nothing parsons .Brother Pearce is'sauT'tohave'effected oeafbr4'o dbet'rwanet ouduc. :stdrni Vas' aeverV, ''.beyond precvdeoi fo*
ed 2f CCES in ll* j't.tritYmk1eiald gtcatr.esss of1tnerivawhkhievery; :clinir. It"will trouble his -Excellency ui lite canvass' gr'e'it'fear of the {ted herself according,to the :habtt3: .(' wild rnjariy yea v < .- .;**< **

dispassionate eJolnust "see", will "o'nedayjbec ; G6r: Wise,of Virginia/ match k'! Of Pop '. '; j : beasts.- .S : M-: : As.far South as Raleigh Iho snow otf Moo*
; omfneflsurate with -tBrritorial gteatnets, course;' Mf.-f f Pjc'rce"knewihaf.sueh leclaratibns .. TfKNOW' 7 'hoages itlekVof gbbriJi ) !ih oW .day' a* eflit IcbsG oia*
; iIpe ** (anxlj of whcjift| %cn"o
I ns 'Ir ''Uie orlgwinlity of'several'wiit could h&te pthcf f' thari'lorpus feenpflfedignatjbii'thtoughout 1tichrnnd .' thIb1h w vet id *9n, A'rjnorBrancfc
' OfOJUQ7flUdofl&L9SEhiC5hb rsAirtayisand'rfrohably: -uilt; produce"epicrf tin nj ;'theNort$ Have uominatedj Hbtu 'JuhowM. Botta, lr'ortthe tie 1iIh t1i rkth 'lru'ho .

dy grahdeVin'BubsisLance thn'tlisnfnH, I irawalha ehstt: zn'd 'i"fiitjon i'oa1hbrgl: I esMeriftt ortil/kicked the"ISth &ciqb'( !out ;
;i** btflih0'f'gTory* if having given 1 f** "* whlqh1 nil! trt6 jnttrzotsdesi vtJ'z Platforrrf'lTjV -J r ., req1_. th4ttribe ,'of NoM Hwtfliai< 'asiIsnt
: tyiiotf m&fo63tta>ferdagKtby flie mail cpnKtry': ;' lieu< ff rst uaipnnl/5p6enJ"W'T'rUiy| / to (oreverquieted. .And/with such! kI) W1ed dfthd .*?.ri i 'ttn; .*-- *>>'Wldg* i o jproaoan i4-'i'vi o*e si.f(EhfevJ5wi .rortrwoueu,. ,,: t 4-Do ipim.sibu ever.a I S Da&ehe;t health: ;ind 1ttti 4mitly timeip
"* via Panama and heerly thtrcn'rzi l ho 1aced" ht'kte the nattonnl- phi ofof her lie wilf be KcW Ju8iiyre"p6hslbiefor: tha coil-" acUor ftii oiJtiago.upjJH, Ivnqw" | ,9Vaj 3 $Oj J* or ; rt1 J rf *l fcw *r* *

I ns Can-C by the Nicaragua rontt'S laid, v -l-.vnys: belong to Longfellow.'" j i sequences! of his act." meutjn Virginiar krts. 5 :brr d'aif--/icfaeh'* C btetM2 zf U:*

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;ft tOIflOfl berttigo'of iion stitutiau.Ar .- ioTa otdmgrand -
)> Bee, 31. ptitic flWfl'h asks, in"-anv j jtartT the |are not-deficient- < manhood' -and 'generoussj .- -:
lie President $ JVtis tnes age- to the Unwnj prepared thus madlj-. to inxile all the lalities. ':i o .
of the -
'conpequetifes fon'eitnre: of.lhvir coustitut'nuat -
enKte to-day,Kritbocf. trailing (or tlic House ture. Iir'HirfjJry,,tte, 1,4 oraTZ6. The President says that while] fBgajferjipnt*. If they- are not so Sale of Dr. M'Lane'sAmorui V nnf! ge- boa, B .ttjie ilcCunly; Tl i r>;' Altfson. Prweott ._

ftrou-Able relations exist with all[ nations, prepared, the fcto n of j hren'y mdst dash :: the hundreds i>f Ittt re. ,ert3ficatex Bancroft and IfildrrttC Vjih School IlWorret'to suit ; It urr
qnwtions are peudinp.-; itself in rain against the uiuhakeu) rock of the arid order received by the proprietors of this 'medicine Nit 1e5., In PliTlosopliyl! 'Abercromlae, Pley, BlaVe- Perfumery, '. ,- J JIfara&ctanrf *
vitfa grave
soro constitution. J: rely c nfidently,- however, the following are selected to ebow it* cliaraetrr. Pfaelps nd Jjardnw. Jn Mathematics, Dav, Davws.Emereoo. SphcSn Tobauw "
regard to Central America, be sayi that it and the effect of it in distant of ttt W and Uw ) works OilVm3ahe.-PutLy
st SmfthluidBtiiley
he adds On the use a part : ; pocHct and -Patent Medfcte**-
patriotism of the people Glass Wat. .
of &e Unl- '
wasthe undoubted tindefetandhig the tligni'y *and self ROTALTOX. Boone C >. :I* May 10t185a Shakepeare: Jonson, Milton, Dante, Taswi. Pope FbtSoapa.Titw'JVitb, Pors Wee td, Bnrbdiea p1dist, %_
ted State that the Conrwtion with Great respect of the several MCTSBS, J. Kino &'Co.-GeItMtr7--1 write to Tborapsntu Cowper, ffadsvnrth. }llothwell Bnnw and Hair Brushes, 1 Jurlf0dk nalparpaM # ,
States the you *
on wisdom of Hood -
Congress,and above C.deridgft.Sbellj, Kenta Tnong. Keber, Polock. \ $ 5jfiSs
FWtr ArtlcleV
Britain would secure the permanent peace to solicit ao ?cncy for the mvalnsble Ver aifuge you Paint Brash*,
all the continued Or Brron, Sc;tt,.Moore, CaropbelLCrabbe, '
gracious favor of AL- yr Fifl'Havana fi M .
and independence of those States, and that no prepare. Some'iifae siueeI purolwsed one dozen TIals Southey; ylcfsmiih Ii Garden Seeds, r ; Sugars.Tl L-raf;
xicntr GOD,1 o maintain igainst all enemies nf Mr. C. Tupper Hejnang, Landoo, Brynut have reently received L.g.-aisJ Fmimpply NtiekJii
and cnbed it
hem should-hereafter be exercised Edj. prei< in'my 'practice; Witlia and y
faumMiorer ( LntigfeZlow'Larjfeltow'e Poett of En- .
a ** *
the sanctity of-the Constitution and the an4jt proved W i effectual ia the trptiJtion of tcormt. ot ernj variety f articles ,twnally kept by et t bottia,pTiis.
; bj the United States or Great Britain ; of the Union. integrity that no oiler preparation trill tatixfif the atitf of rope; Pdels, Poetry and ,PrOs&WrieTs ofj America, dranisU. Planters and PbysMtaM will .*]war. dnd .,Tt' t' t 'id

rJotiiotwtthstandlng this, Great Britain still IJt9 v'ltafiand etr'uty.Pleaee! tent} me' one by OnVwold; Compendium Cyclopedia ofEng at this establishment a full rapplj of.verythinj' Deeded .eah. kq .aa bfP

asserts her authority over Ihe Mosquito Coast, ?.!- -L' tf of tie Vermifuge immediately. YOOM. Ac. gross Ii5h with'the Literature, by,Chamber* and Cleveland together and on the most liberal term*. <--jtv 59n
DCDLEY SELDEAftZNjg(7fl1 complete worts of Smollett, Fielding, Scott
filled and iti faetioo UifniUc*
SAMUEL ROSS. Orders from the Country promply ver .
and continues the Convention so as to main -
C IingDekna and Bulwer, and all theno -t
Buffalo Courier i in per. aaranterd, with regard both to-priees and quality.
tamper present control. It is impossible, recorfling the recent sudden Yell of recent publication. In Medicine,'the works of -

however that the United States shoul:i acquiesce death of Dudley Selden, in Paris, relates "4 NEW PBOVIBKXCE* Tenn. July 1, 185!. Mritp, Griffith, Dunglingspn. Mdler, Ranisbottorn, .Alrt.Pbywieian'Eproruf's* pre.erptioreMly eomponad Fluid Extract compounded of Bochu.Jan. Dnue1:
MKB8tts."J. KJDO t Co. Plewe seod the Vermi *ndtksineuecrTFJac4stIelet ; ;
UTlson. !
Cluirebhill. ,
< Carpenter.RoyeD in Construction and the the reminiscence 8, 185* Ii -
although following : fuge for us M soon U possible as we are nearly oaf Giipn, Eh i-le.Ewefi, La Roche and Condie ;Bn itb- lctjihea

United Sutes and GreatvBritain maintain a His sudden death reaU to mind the extra lie JeinatitJ for it in very great. We bettered it lo bt vait 'a Retroppetserni-annua1lyAnthon and Bullion' Wines &c. harreUed" iifditd and stab twist gWCtJs4

conciliatory correspondence on the subject ordinary incidents with the brat Vermifuge tvtr invtnted. Classical; Stries Latiu.'Greek and French Grammars, Syrups, moo goof,shut poriiw oi yvn '
the difficulty cannot long remain undetermined connected the tiial, POUTER A DTCUS.C and.every'article to the stationery line,Gold and Steel 0 LD Otard Brandy, Sparklmg Cider, common potrdft Atskai,'saag caps apd
yet conviction and suicide of his'relative,John C. Old Port Old Port Juice, wads vad cutters,and taalcrlajU fofSllvVr
without :? Purcjinfers will LeVareful to ask for Da. WLAM.'S Tens, Loiter, Cap and Fancy and 'Note' Paper, with ,
involving ia serious dangt-r Colt, convicted of the murder of Adams, the CfLrBnATKD VERMIFUGE, and take none elp. Enveloped t.> SUIt. Blank lixk, comprising Ledgers, "Madeira, -Brandy Cherries,' no4 ,r: plfcw:: -

the friendly ixUUonsvhich it is the interest, printer. Mr. Selden, it wil, be remembered, All other Vermifuge*, iu cornparion. are wortlilt-- Journal*. Record, Cash,Invoice and Pass Books, Diary Sherry Sardines,- Silver table, desert and ter'Spsooo.silver forke.*soup
well as the duty of both countries to cherish Dr. M'Lane's also Celebrated Live of'50 Cases Portfolios Oil liar Sparkling Gelatine Preserred O Joeei, !
as was thejprincipal counsel of Colt, and exerted Vermifuge, Bankiwg Paintings. and cream ladle butter aao, pteklt knives, plated
sad preserve. himself the utmost to save him. Pills, csn now be had at all respectable Drug Storer pcrV Magazine received monthly by'mail, and yearly Flavorine Extract' .' 'IPears' forks and spoon*, vaitena, Castors, cski'arM tnltt bsi;
D the United States and C4D.ida. M fiuljscribtrt sokited.! Yeast Powders, Tamarmdt, Sdta.jutd enomaidJbacrTiert
Ua }
I The President entertiins doubts to the kets,electroplated
as -
The writer well remembers the extraordinary tr For ale at all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee, McDOUGALL HOBBY.. Spanish Olifea, Spires, butter t sod rreaia dWes, diamber cad parlor
anal termination of the negotiations, nd | sensation in New Yo-k: occasioned by acd at one Agency iu every Town in the South. Junnafy 19.1856.' 3, Corn Starch, Pickle. candlesticks oicar.-'salt-cellara, b qudt boldcrsV cArL ,aud.
treats at length on the violation of the neutrality ___ Worcestershire Sauce, 'Salad Oil, .-.
the discovery of Adams' body on a Sunday January 191856. 3'-2wNOTICE. florrer,bask t|,sad brittaobw War 'r ,

laws that had taken place in the recruit- mottling, the crowd of excited people that :. .LIPE INSURANCE. Claret English, Mustard, Caper ce a., j :* fti.1pzpcohzArtIete., *

iizotafo4eignIegion in this conn try, and I lollowrd the corpse of the murdered man from THE NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE. AMES 4 LIVELY. Ladies ieticnle satcbe'Te, f

says that some oi the officials implicated, nre | the ship, through the Paik, to the public buildings ACCUMlTtATED CAPITAL,. .., $1,000,000. January 5, 183G., iron, and morocco port; : monties, pfarl'otrd: cIe-eo:

of high official rank and position,and beyond in roar of the City Hall. The trial HTMIE Co-pnrtnership heretofore exL.tng mtT\ thyiiaim' HIS Company 1UCS policies on the lives of ral beads, coral n kTaoe and'aml lse, -bI eWf.
oo j JL nn.l style of BARNARD A MAXWELL i i- T White Lead &r. and bosom napkin rings,bait$ d oohx
legal jtirMiction in this country, but as they 'With what solicitnded White p.rrnis fur ('fl'-or more years, or for Ui Glass, Oils, necklaces; pine
entered into the business with full knowledge ) eager was read the Ibi nay n>eiit., All j ers a testimony how completely absorbed in it nuin'lf.. will tb and l lJi'l 9 chioa arvd. dollsl jitropt and'
combs wax
pVaso; prf-pciit fame ; vi'Jends declared to the insured on policies issued White Lead, extra & No,1. ivory raior
tf oar laws and international policy, it was the whole public mind of New Yoik -, indfbtc! will pV"'e call at the <>1 M) st'ind nud! eef fur life.Pnxr 8 barrels K'gs Linseed Oil, pure money Belts cigar'eases, feather duirs! rpaiWa&d

is a question now being discussed by the two Nothing else was talked of. Then came the | tie the sune as early" as pos-iMc. t' dose up tbe CoLt Far.EMAN, Actuary.-MORRIS FRAVKUX, Prcs'tgjJT 5 Lard Oil, door bells, bohenii'n: glass and 'cbinsrath 1lUv'
ct-ru. n r A n v A u n. .T ft, kt-ts. terracotta vases Bad dwpfIHU'tthiS,
governments, whether they arc* not still subject veidict- And then (the cfiorf 50 Kegs Zinc Paint,
Quiliy .
tojprocuie C;. TKOUP MAX WLL.L Apjt'icatiw recciveil in Talbiba ?e br jewel cases, centre.suapenMpn and" sid* 1aznps,1atnj
to punishment for tlu-ir acts. i' a commutation of sentence-efforts j TaP.aliusetJan. 1, 1SSG. 3E January 19, 1856. B. C. LEWIS. 20 packages Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and \ liols.) hades,chimneys and wvL.hln4b0iPa.iuitars.'

A misunderstanding also exists between the that were never surpassed before, and never 2 barrels Train Oil, 1 btL Copal retail.Varaish, banjw, Umbouriaes accordeona, cJarion'eta, It.I'an*!*
in barrels and at .
Hudson's Bay and Pugot's Sound Agricuhti j have been since, whether as legnrds the im- ? B A RNARD Jr. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Spirits Turpentine AMES i t LIVELY. fifrs, guitar and violin* strings. fiie colojrn< aodjpthtr-
asortinent of }
Companies, as to the possessionary right i Yeflce influence and pressure brought to beai CAPITAL,.?500,000. January. I 656. perfumery, and a general T.yi.and! In tW
and jewelry.repaired promptly,
to land on Puget's Sound, and ti'f Pipsident !' on the Executive, or the wondeiftil ability WILL COXTINfE TUB T lIE undersigned, Agent of tho above Company, best Watcbcf mahtirr. f.

invites the earnest atten'ion: of Congress to and persf'tance with which they were urgod. DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS.AT will cpceivp applications for and make insurance Just Received.T ( ctojer 20,1855- ,: .0 *

the subject i But they availed not. TUE OLD STAND, SIGXOF j! against loss by Fire on Brick ind Frame Bufldftigs, TMOXS, Guava afll Currant Jellie. Prune, -
Furnituie. rclmndize, Ac. JL/ Pear, Sardine Pickfed Oyster, Brandy Peaches '! '
Co-P :
The question of the Sound Dues is still unsettled -. itneaiiIpNot1Oe,
Th, day ; and the United States trecliiies to par-f manes made. The Marmalad! Lemon 'Raspbtiry THE undersigned have dajLeotered. feto a,eoJL -
were clergyman, (J Jtev. Green Gage *, Syrup . *
ticipnte in the Convention culled by Denmark, Dr. A nthon.) three stead fast friends, (Levis ] For New York. do., Strawberry do.Pine Apple don and Ginger -partnership m the .

for the reason that the proposition of Denmark I ( Gaylord Clarke, David Ci raham and John fSs n ITE Brie E. Remington, WYlimsTwill! do, Ra=pt>erry Vinegar Fresh Salmon.LoMer Had WHOLE8ALERETAI4r

for r srttlcmcnt is commingled and Howard Payne.) and two or three relative Corner of Clinton! and Monroe streets, Tallahassee. j sTvJl: -'- have despatch for nbnvt' port. For freight d hick. Hallibut and bliad. Assorted Pickles, Scotch ira' Sx'gs-
Ale and Pt i ter.3O.OOO
made snberdinate to matters 1.9, 1856. 3Copartnership or pn-sairp apply to MeNAUOIIT' ORMOND. *" .
wholly cx'ranejcus including Mr.' SeHen: were witli'iiim to January Havana Cars< tnxler th name and tjla
up New Poit Jan.
12, 1S56. 2
from that subject, but the United States within two hours appointed for execution.At .- AMES Ji LIVELY. AMES&LIVELV. .

is willing to share liberally \\iththo other1 Notice. 5, 185G. 1
this time Ais-Hensha\v! was brought to For IVcw York --- _' --'i i -
Powers Denmark for advantage i JOHN IkDorRAti- A. M. Hoary. ,r -, .
compensating any his cell, and there married to him. With j rru E Packet Brig Mystic, Fi'1i, will have FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. THEY.will be 1eu4oji.the7r frienda

ihus accruing to our Comnv'rcgL.'i'beL him she was permitted lo pass an Lour alone, HPHE' UNDERSIGNED have this day entered into q4 4.. despatch fr above port. For freieht ore and patrons at the ojd stajw of D.1I.Mne 4
likewise that fcatisfaction Ja co partnership to carry on the busiups? of rWfcscllen to McNAUGHT & ORMOND. GROWTH OF 1855. ene1
states .and
message and then farewell foiever! Ho l' apply where they wilt keep a full ,
has not jet been made by Spam for the,] ed that during his ;last hour thear&juest.earthi-thie > ani Stitionrs nniW the style aniUinn on IOUGALL & I1015BY, wbero nil tides belonging t received, trr
I- iueof uaizie. AMES. -
arrest and search of the steamer El Dorado, last had now come-he might be"lelt entirely to tbcii buHUtss will be fouiMcDOUCrALL)-!. Plows! Plows 1 AMES tt; LIVELY. 4 : JJVELT.

but it is believed that it soon w ill bo, ai'd that : alone. It was granted. Two deputies d- IIOBBV.Jan. John Mare's Plows. Xo. 1 and 2, January 5. 1S56, 1. .1ni11RFR S 1-

in addition, some general arrangement v.illj remained near the door in the gallery with 1,1850. 3 ALAIJOEIot Mvctic. and fr wi'o' bv : i'

be made with the Spanish Government to a- out. Within all was Mill Mount Pleasant MrXAUGHT JL ORMOXD. Flavored Gum Drops.10UNDS 1YILLIAH P. SLtJSSERM .:

void such acts in future.In As the last minute of the hour the Academy. New Port, Jan. 12, 186. 2 I Gum Drops, ,
to the he advocates tlu institution came, nnilE Trustees.feelgrateftd to 'the friends of tiii Flavored Vauilla, ].1ab.a. e'W1n.
army Sheriff, in oflicial costume, followed by other JL Academy, for their |1ntronte: and with pleasure Garden Seeds do. Pine Apple,
of a retired list and a partial re-or officers, proceeded to the cell, opened the announce to them that John W. Biin on. a graduate do. Lemon, Ay trj cTt'BEH OF ComnrjTnr SHKT'

ganization. lie recommends that the Staff door, and there beheld, stretched upon the r>f Mercci University who bn conducted a high pf-hool LLmJinjj A FRESH supply Mistic of and fresh f.'eeds r.'nle from bvMcXAUGHT Thorbnm's, do. e Orange, Ac IRON yyAHE. -WllOLK&AWS AXD RETAIL1is

be mainly composed details from the line.He bed. the lifeless form of the mnuWpr'! Ito several years with cinsid'rable onccees will take per A ORMOXD. AMES i LIVELY. IThAL PLAI, Ft'c ASJT JArLzD

urges, also, a gradual increase of the had unbuttoned his waistcoat his charge of tbi-s inntitutiou rfl Monday 21si inst. Competent New Port, Jan. 12 1 1856. 2 Januarys. 1856. 1 '%'4U:. S _
opened -8Utui1c will 1 i.e Mnploycd. Onr p-
report of the .
Navy, but says nothing in to the action sht itt, placed the point of a small! Spanish echool A>r 1855 i U as follows."viz: 2 Teuchers.5! Pat Planting Potatoes Co-Partnershlp. l; -
: -
of the late \aval Retiring Boird.He dirk directly against lli-i heart and with, f>)2 Scholars. We tender to tie ladix and gen 5Ior HradQnnitert4
one tlenien who attcndfd I '):-' BBLS.Yellow Potntoe",just landing in Cue order M. FLEISHMANand FERDINAND A.- A SPL1INDID assortment of .PrE'
advocates the alioiiuu! : of the franking: fiim blow it the our rxaiuinitinn our thaiilt* for PHILIP Ctoking.
plunged to hilt! In an in- ..1e.) and for sale'bvMrXAUGHT under the firm of P. i F.Fleisin '
the and evinced such -CV and Wood Stores, trimrnwd with oeatucM
friend-hip attendance.
privilege s- some modification of the existii'ir Jaut lie was dead. A moment later and the respect RJ.DAVIS by ORMOXD. man, having purchased the entire stock of S. M. Fleish and durabiJiiy redncrx prices. -- -
rates of and lecommetids that the S'cietuiy.Mt. Trill continue the business at die old stand, and
postage, prison was discovered to be on fire, but the Plcasaat January 19, 18. S-4w New Port, Jan. 12,1856. 2 man, r Out.DoorWorkPblwfing : ,
of the -
solicit continuance oi
Postmaster General should some respectfully a >patronage t
report mea Games -
( jtr.ested.
were soon Those who had
Groceries. their friends and the public in genvral. Ornamental Front Heads Gottering. Copper -,
sure on the subject} to the consideration of been summoned to witness the last fatal act: P. A F. FLEISHMAN.- and TMJ -Conducting FipeaShe4.LeadSht
/"COFFEE, assorted Beans Linseed Oil and
Ccngress. Sugar ,
in she scene, slowly and noiselessly dispersedand ic Zinc. Lead Pipes, Patent CuUm.Pumps. Shop.werk.
Whiskey, die, vc.MrXAUGUT
About Kansas says but little and slates so ended the double tragedy. & ')RMOND.ew tIrThe subscriber having sold his entire stock to of every Tarkty dn at short notice. :-' '

only that no acts have been perpetrated prejudicial Port. Jan. 12, 1856. 2 P.
to good order, anil none justifying the Virginia Legislature.RICHMOXD tohalf. a continuance of that favor so liberally bestowed Are respectfully invited togire'me a caS befbte pnr-

interposition of the Executive. The Piefcitlent 7K, the nndersifrned, F. !>. Villepijue Secretary j jf FKKSH{ GUOUEUIES. on him. B. FLEISHMAN.. chasing -UewherCrfr ?,. *
Jan. 185G.Hon. f of State and T. \V. Brevnrd Comptroller of i' Quinsy, Fla, Jan.IK6. [jan 12, '60. 24tBlacksmithing. : EST N, B. A\\\\ articles marrofaetued trom tb. very
however cherishes! the that the __ : _
Public Accounts for the State Flrrida 1 AA P.BLS. Superfine Flour,
Henry A. Wise took the oath of office i-f having met i bet nvrttrial ond warranted -durable. No Xber article
great sense of the people of tliat territory will I this day at tbf t.ffi'-e of flip m-fnrv of State t<> I iUU .10 Extra will be offered for sale r .

prevent any violation of Territorial or Federal to-day, as Governor -Virginia. He afterwards canvass the returns of the Mioti bld in the PI v --j jlal I %<) 'I Fre=h Pot.itoea, hate formed October 20.1835. 42 : '- "T

laws. sent a communication lo the Legislature Counties of t.i! State. OH Moiidiy. the, SJ day of i i: 50! Ilerfifiwl \Fhik.y! mllE_I_ Undersigned fur the '- _il

The President that the unhappy sitnati informing them of the fact, and that- December, A. D. 1655. for < lie Ac'ule Jut-tict->f, 25 Ci ackers, nfleiI, p Lpose a of co-pnrtnereMp carrying on the Bl.pnr- !antatlou for Sale. '
fays- the Supreme Court, to snpplv the \aoiiiipv occiini, nl 10 B 'Xis Soda Crackers, -
ho was ready to engage in official duties. He Business in alFit'yariotis branches. Particular 1 OFFER t'r eewy&PtxtaTn.i. ncaiatii feTei-
of Mexico claims! smithing
; forbeaiance S.
m some 50
on by the death of tbe Hon.Thomas Douja! ,d<> )Irtiobs >ap,
waited officers of the attention is to Carriage and "Work, .1. .n hundred ai,1 iity er ,(l 10.) of L.Wd'PeTet
Spring -
was on by military compames Can.llcs. given
the of ,
this bat if the bea the following to be corrrct Canvas of the J Sperm
part countiy, present certify a
whom he addressed in reply to Colom1 1 10 SarI M and to lj}ing Axles of all kinds of Vehicles. .The hdndred ((700))of wdchis tinder ,cultivatioiwhh,
made the
returns by Judges of Probate and file in
Etaldc government, urgent appeals! to just on ehop is convenient to the Livery Stable of 'DBDro goodfendng. It is'situated eleycd miles Nubea
He also received members the office .f the Sect of State wit 0 Mnccaroni.
of to
lice should tlfen! be made-for redress of the August. etary : 10 assorted taw, and special attention given to Iuesheng.- of Tallahassee, two miles West.'of,the Ttioiujfl

cl'irusofour cituens. the Legislature, and several citizens, at the tbe The office whole of A number sociate of Justice votes of cast the at said election Court for 5 Stnrch, Candy- Farming implements! 'of every description done to or mod (via Din anavlle.$ .and about tlire: mflea from J

Mansion where he partook of- Supreme der. P. B. BROKAW, the line oftbo contemnJated Railroad from Tallahas4e .
subsequently -
He fays that the distracted condition of was Two thousand five hundred and twenty nine, 5 Hhd Choice Sugar, ,
1L B. FITTS.Jan. .ta-Tb<>m vi4e. About fir a .)>updred ((500) of it M
ent banquet 5 BMs.Crusb
baa a magnifi ((2520)): and that of these votes Bird M. Pearson '
Nicaragua made it incumbent on the re 25 Mess Pork 12, 1856. 2-ly first quality pme; )Lux the balazice tiaovooock. .Ftr? :
President to appeal to the citizens of the Un,, ceived five hundred and I twenty eeven ((527)) ; and J. 25 Pnme further information, apply fo m .on the ;tiremiv \

ted States'to abstain from unlawful inter. .- WALKEX-The lust two arrivals from San Caraway and Srnidi received Framer four ccived hundred f mid bundled ninety and six 10 Syrup, Boot & Shoe Shop. :', T1IOI1RADPOI., t -
((406)) Philip ur '
Juan del Norte letters to Washington ; r& DeeembeY 22.'1855. 51.4w "I.
tion, in its affairs, and to adopt preventive brought cixtv one ((461)); and Jaiepli B Lancaster received j 75 Bxrcs assorted Tobacoo, unJeitl ,ned begs r leave,to inform, the |3 "Macon Telegraph andT, masTJIIe Tsichinan. \
which render it certaii; th.itWalker's situation 200 S.ick Salt. THE ) 4
meas'aies.Since two hundred and ninety three ((293)); aud A. Wood- f of Tallahassee and surrounding
4 timed aad send bills this
pleas to. oflSc
the last congress the following treatj j there is exceedingly crHicdl, notwitb- ard received forty nine ((40)); and eigbt- eu.((18)) Scat- 5 Ijales IJagging, Country that he has opened a Boot and Shoe Slop in copy: ; > t

lea fiave been negotiated. i s.aing the glowing accounts of the prosperity tenor votes were cast 40- CoiU ROJK, this place, and is now prepared to do all kind of work Circular & Upright Saws. IT1OE 1
Rio Coffee -
of his affairs written by his followers Ia testimony whereof, we bare hereunto set our 35 Bags in this line., in the most workmanlike manner sad ':- "* '
ofcommerce and A 06 and I 4
A treaty navigation, and | official signature*. Done at the Capitol !- J-10. Java promises coodvork and cheap prices. 1'lcase give ,
to surrender criminals, with the Kingdom of for publication in the United States. He can- m the city of Tallahassee, this 17tb ,_ Also, Biandy, Sherry and Madeira Wine with a him a call. He; will be found at his Shop, 200 foot JJ._ 42, 4 ,- 8- and2-Icith iie4.o haOiI J f.* "

tl-e Two Sicillies, treaty .of commerce and not trust a single native beyond the range of day of January. A. T). I 85fl.F. generaIio.-tmentofsmafl groceries suitable forfatnjlies Street bade of Mr. White's Tin Shop. Baleby1New /- -- .4 .LADD-1.

raviga'ion with Nicaragua and a commercial the rifles of his men His military chest does L. VILLIPIGUE, -.Ima'12 for 1856.(aJ,. 2 R. H. BERRY.Jan. cir: Repairing done at the shortest notice.p. 4 Port,Nov.Z, 1UL. 44 .

Kfrr'lnnf of State.
with Hawaii.- not contain a dollar. The 812,000 which jturr.

The reciprocity receipts at treaty the Treasury in l55 we. eG5.3OOOOO Parker H. French brought to this country T.W.BflEVARfl.Conj.ob"r J'ltlfie Account. *. GEORGIA: A\D FLORIDA, January 12,1856. 2-St S'Oifli :B. .

and the expenditures S56Cv% was every dollar that Walker had been able euline1, Jackson*illc N"ew, Tampa Peninsular Executor's Saleof Land &.Negroes-- '

000 and the balance in the is S18- to cutrh! in Nicaragua, and he was forced to aud PrtwacoU Democrat will copy cue time and DR. T. J. CUB LEE ,
Treasury N the first Monday in .February, 1858, will hn COMMISSION
I bills.January .
The President is part with it, as without succor of men and foi Practiting Dentist O M'ERI1ANT
roO,000.) fully pei-uaded 19, ]8G. sold at Public Sale at tbe Codrt Honoe in Tallahnssee -

that it Xvonld fie difficult to' devis any superior material from the United States, starvation, if "- "" "*" ll 1 -i TN TITOM'ASVILLE, GA, and-..MONTICELLOJL eight likely Negroes, viz: Bill and Charles, A A N IL' f -.: --"* ;-,

system of fiscal bnsincss than is now in not ioxnolation. stared his marauding band Xo. 550. and MADISON, FLA., and their respective and men ; Allen and Willis, boy; Jenny, Sarah, and Susan COTTON J&ROKER '

and that 'the of the In th5 (face; and it (succor) was only! to be adjacent countlbs. n> inserts any nnrabcr ofAxtafiaial women, anti Amleraon. a child. Five eigbtLs--of ; :; :
operation, says magnitude ( '
obtained here through the application of hard Teeth, from ONE to a FULl sett, on the latest land, adjcKiriftgAJdlyiOsr South ofXhafla Wormerly : TALLAHASSEE, ,FJLA. -
public/tjycuue is a grafif\iug eudence of i) eprosperity" owned by Nua>.H.Thompson, and Cct I. W. Alston
ivin< then that beautiful, life ,
improved principle i
Walker's turned T3 atfftod salei'in'tbe
dollars. -AH! to to of
hopes upon get- pf Thomas" prepared eity'
; of our commerce. He.suggests like which Nature all of the property Capt. Reypolds,. deceased.
appearance approncbes so near'yas 1. and ofLeo-Rea1 E
French's New Yoik"and New O.' county atate.egsanCton f
likewise the propriety ofan early revision and tng to challenge detection by the closest observe r. '
,Furwturt), Houses Mul a, Carriages, i tc..
Iu4ies, f
The Aho the of coltou bal
leans in -iLirty-five or forty- &
expeditions safety.
filibustering Persons Dentil their NATURAL crop
reduction the duties and the] needing operations on West Frull and
lodu. 3JerchaA of
on on imports, < *e every descrip-
Overflowed Lands"PUBLIC Terms made on Lbs of sale. ,
Known day
readjustment of the import schedule.He government having summarilly stopped them, Swamp Teeb, and wwbhimto perform' them/cati byPPlTiuS. JE3SE AVERETT.'Exccutor.Jaal2,185Q. tioaic. > .n: -
have them done at the folli win! priccs -
it will not be long ere Walker and his band y '
speaks at great length on die Constitutional which will be found MUCH lower than has ever 2 -- A1WTIlliYS': -- ,&

relations of s1aveind says Itiias* po the way Kinney and his.' .At one time, NOTICE. been offered in this section of country befor", fo-ifit : Wednesday and Saturday II -'O'clock.Orpcertea'and
been matter of to the it will be recollected, it was represented in For tilling teeth with Gold roIL $1 00,SI 50, ?2 00anJ Tax Collect i's Sale -
a painful regret Fee 1 DR3UAXT t,. tLc tructi-.n <>f-the Serrttar-r Staple dTjgcE4, ui i.
the lo be almost as njKMtion T) $i 5 newspapers I T ij 'V virfne nuthority in me'by law. T
J tatfe for their ervice in found tail at this lr Sture.
conspicuous JL of the Int<:riar, public notioo i ia }hrebv pjven. B apC4 :
ia Nicaragua, as Walker and his are j atn miit of IP,.tteri.xl, ue-I ; Extracting teeth,la" ricE, have levied upon the landaknwusethe *Forbes" - JOHftfc
the in order to hi to a doe the bu-ijess undertbe : .: LLOTD
ing Republic, and eqna'Iy shtrngitsadYanlnges that, ing ofoulie. $1. "
J only O-ent-ut i Pureliaae, \ and being'within the County ef Let
said-to be. Wash. Sfar.SHAWLS. ) .'
now fCOfl'C5. pnned S pteml>-f 2i, 1850, Dec.mbere,1g55. 49
ol."ipitions act f full lowrr sett of teeth
disregard their Constitutional Tlis TRICE 'r a unrer*>r on ec>mpri iti 130,5 tO acres, more or es-andhall
'"An to enable the State (,Arkum-is and _
; and allhongti conscious of theirinrWiryto entitled at rum: (with COXT1XUOU8 GUMS if i cecsw ry,) L ceed. .sell tn much ol-tlw aame, before the Court -I. :- -' -- l
The Brooklyn Kngfe thinks other States to reclaim tbo) Sw.-iup: Lnnds' within tiefct1u .Notjce
oily G ri.-r th,1ntIprfcrt gutrautedin house door m the city of TulIahaEfe Saturday the -
heal their own admi'ted' and palnaWe and r.t the time nT( ->rd' to rties
their limits, same: | 1
ie'-i izttae., 5th day of April next,as will satufykhe State, County QLX Months after ae, emersg
tocial crils, which are completely witiint1tJirIsdjctofl shawls shorjd be woi n for the following rhymng why claim that }.>otti >its of the lartus n-letted under TLue dt failing l hU services in any portion, the and Railrvad taxes doe thereon Jorthe year 1855 _j, tor OQ tie-estate of,Violet Harris dees

di > thejffengage in an offensive reacon6 aai1 i J.iw are"dry and tit fir cult'ration. an pjKirtini al .,ve n-imed cmititie- any other section i-f country L.C:0EMILLY., of I OH .-untfl1teint'few'final a j6 l>JvbncrH .
ty tuintroince cvidtmv, nil Tandf s. feo!fted, to tie! .iiinition by letter to erjicr! of the above t1&t' &y rr Co'(her Jlrfof Ptbbatl for
audhojielegs undertaking ofrelorming, dp- Jf vou vAUit to be in fashion, wear a approval uhc'cof n > objection be: made within tix c ji Ufi n ) ) Uc : Tai' Cuflector" ,otj; saUCmMty.aadI'
fl2flIP.tI Post OOlces.or (itburu receive jirotnpt at- Jan.l2, 3856. -RmEMma
mcstic-inttitnlions of other States, wholly beyond "if ladles attraction wear i date hereof will be certified nnd '- --
shawl; lo an mouths from the pi'i teiiun. ; : ;_ r -- -' -'t rTMde tS6a --S

their control and authority. While Cfvpeojih shawl ; jf Jp>heep-i"d cows :a tvifor, or lik? i tented to the-fitatt: .*.' .c4tiI. of, Florida. I .
bthe above -
Sucfi nre contemplated a'aryaaas : -
of the objections as
Southern Slates confine their even r .
shanghais in"full fatrrr, or upon must be made undcr'oatb, arid filed with the Jte istirind JLDGE. COLE,-,Macon, Georja.Wfii IN LEON BOUfP COU RT.- -
attention their affairs j -Attorn :
io o'wn not j a'diapl if hips are : sat _
presunfngciuy tlie heather, :wear. ; your Itcceircr nf the proper and Office for traiiitmU- .J. LSLWAaD, ) -
Jo.interroe vith! the seciaf ioof and vest unfolded The forms : In the matterof Petition of Elizabeth Rice, ,f > badly uio'ulded, or your shirt won to the General Laud Office necessary : LOVE. V ThemasTille, G*. va *
t4fljons the Northern States, too many unpleasant tp behold, wear a shiw1 U if fpr affidaviU are io the hands of said officers.Tlie J. \13'EQi.. 1) ,-? *-- change ofber name tojh tof, iJIiznbeth'Ievinu?; '
) Ijitaats of the latter -arc permanently or-j ashavyou *! -' following clashes of land are exempt from ob- W. S. DjUPDBfH, EsqijV. "VfOTIOE w hereby given tbft-Mn; of. the.peti1.N lii. Tit
you're'coprtiSo1nC fine linnet, wear 4 tion EliwUtb forr chac Jdf ted States, ii)the N1thJItTc
'itIlk. Jliee f her nnme ptj'
ection to .
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association j jtteYbftnei |
jjUn to inflict an injary'on ought wrap jour lasue 'in, ft-in your .1 Landi entered VJtb co&b, or located with.mili- .Mews',W.fe J..JJcmv.;: f -Monticello, Ha.'CtL"E.'E.BiActBviix. Jiiizabcth. Levinoj.iud! that after the pnoUoatioa of : LJMoY.D 4iet

;:Tjy wrongful acts, xrhich would be shawl. :Its or pin.Si and hides a itary bounty land warmots of ctip. After the panaage ) tlus Dutk-e frtbrinA4be applieatiou will be tn&dr, I -

tote* of serious difficulty between foreign multitude of sins-although it causes grins- of the net cf 28th September, 2 S&O find, prior to tbepar Jtn'iary 12'ISSCT *" 1 ** ,, 2 to the Judge of JLeon GrcuitQourt fnf Murder" joakiu. &__-,-- -"_.,_-_
power, and Ip Intkat of the .*ct fof 2d March. J 855, "For the rtdief .the change prayed for in aaid petition. ., ,
oar systemdoea not act wish be '
'If lo dandy
doe* your shiawL yotT a age and vcubro ofjra-auip and overflowed Received on Consignment :" :' COUNCIL A. BRYAN, Cfcffc : ExecutON! Uo fr '

manner, only bec'aose they are perpetrated wpar'a shawl-or have a cover hntody, wear of bindu.purchaser" %"?* ;,, Frm Charladon, per 'Sfig TMM, 'Jith.fti85.S__ ; '- 3m ,,, -* LJCmonfBs' after' daie/l- ?-wewutn,74 4Lo'-- '
onder cover of the"Union.. \. shawl. Tua wordjtris aAJlOSt Useful article teUloth S.'atcuudcr the .. : ,, --' .counts and (* ehenta-thIJudgo:
J k.4 < 2"J. tan-3s already patt? TEIRCES Extra Carolina Rice, 2d Bags Chat- n.r mcM>fuf* <
He then proceeds gire 4 long hTplorTcal -as you may wrap yoan feet,'head.body, Swamp law.' i'-- j> j jIu A 9 tnuooga Mil!! Flour, to be sold .jut Uv cover DigsolutionjOfjCo-partnership.1 LeairGoanty. mpplj for, a aai dI* arp sfrwQi' ,

review of sla.ery a nd the JUw -.ot Congress'fa knees, make *-eat,-ft blanket, a muff, ArpilImv all cases yhcro objection 5 rMs"testimony must eirese by RICHARDSON t WHITAKFE HK FartAer4up"heretofore ween Jia- the< .*x>f Kxecutor of W.OuliyU *iki4f.. L. J, w

that subject, and deprecaterectionftl ag- a wraprascal, or'a"Scoeb plajd/of jour be taken betA* tlio R<-?wfr ami Iir Kof f%aaid Land.ix lrW&O..'12,.' WI : *T'?, > [S5utinel.f JnK>naiaiB *Tyjli Jay1dii. tijlved, brTtoutnaloluwnt. IML-Ktm. "SSSfe; _?* S

i' tioa and aocouEtitntional projeeta tp distn Office, at such time; ater tbe -expiratbrfraotitbt -: lf4)emii>J&I bted UpIt& e>(ctfle the ._S- 'i:. _
'b the shawl. -. as they n y.appoint,vitb the co (If th JuE lvcd same within rG>eo.,p amon, and all person*haTjingmnds'&rlll 4e.. ExecutpVa -
public ixiice and ifanauility, and--de- Cummisslo'ner tbi Goueral Luad Offieo.Th Mease present die ?- -ptice .
nuances t tt.jAuaticJsm( abolitionists) whose Tiz; ; ;:%; : jg ._: H
pw dact, if persevered ia, will end ealatnitJy. ronce"FreesoU corresf ndenl of the NenvYork to- irapertSfrVduricig; tbe regular busines*.Lours- of the O8BL3.; fril h, Potatoes JO do OuibnaCheege, L.SB1.A; Xi aodpcrs< aentrUed -dixUiUojuaJo V f. &<

He adds, if the pas&ionattfrage'of fa- ak Tcoraplncenlly i-'an offer f-aid Laud Office. \ft, BnckwheaL Ei&au4Java i A oeeCod-Pieb' -- M,, January 1, 18. 1-41 .. .,. etUtof. !fMrlcaHcurjr Xoriffworthdefe *eill Jia., .f
*l&ticilrn and tlifll&MoilersroVsouitf'of th6 !Indians of Given under.njv | the City' qf; Washington,] &c.. hkh we oLrjw -Vrjj T5rj3rffrABRf% '- te tlotmt yVfiOaWtoJ Staj?on fe J .
j ji(an ifjiirirdjd not force u3r it day otDember,185- < rNIrTIJr'4rJSJ' N\fr '/TRUE Subscnbtr'wiircontinuy) Mje Cabinet business stat their < ijnr r; wa fiw *ttt s '
this fact upon our &*$>$,jf jrp&i lp- lha 4 Loci1Xrnqr* i vmttofr. r, IZi 18U ,2 fSeutineL :-JLi-_ M w uhf ta Wr tii 'Jie P cowtmij w bW tie e* afM h>3 HeIHJ -te ,{! ,' -

cult| to beli FteUib t COtkJ3e1)OthOfl[ ; fcisTreporfced Ittdtanalttauie,! \m Jjave (DQioobtthat CmonetkGierLnd OJoe.- Natice.1Ltk a good e6ftn 4nUur4ur dd Fn bar of the sam.. waoTr with tL rosii.

"Ae" | tiie| t f this cwnarrtFV eocld'lia're so ftHvasso cited 5on lire parrof tbeFrecscilere *; 1855. Z6w1 ; *p .4 z cfthestatutebjuchjias.'mad* *aJt&Wi; ; :**- ,

nxadered ihwnserfesio the raftaHtal'deVob :, ho, felt their owijqabilit to oj>* k-- ,-, Ex.cuthraNOUce.- 't: S.- T *.- > ti&vULJ il T;

to tie wipposedJwtyesLofine'iel; ively J t. Afne .. 4 in then ? 4 LI, p.roni ;iust tIll cit-ide ot $- $ r -
10 ,, LE4e4iate. as f tflUyjirrrr acfuatedlflaiB0ti. g4ei'innent 1 14e aa14.e9Dih4iY ; ? :____ : '4w
thjj408 and 4Ut.PtL1td'fl. i totbeunJ ri -D8IBLE..& .
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ari8ai vsmme I I4er iaiiist j' ., 9jwtJer rulliane"b ropettya1teflticftted'wt1hfll the time .

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1.1' i'OPTqUot; -.ttweU selected stock nf,g ) ; SAts wnibr:recited at this ;. ,_ t "
self\ consisting not only t of the HALED 'sAn n erlt io' Inf!
BAMifiOBEBTO (ladiiatlon. G _
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i frrV Cl trin MbAN1tILORs
t Grubbing .
r' 'office. A
those article well adapted to : fir; Spftti.t ( w.N .
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which ( Culvert
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: 'iCjt3TTa'TpSENlrBir"[ [ ly kfts I lag., which but be selected feels, adored' he % color>rf'it-i is : i bi >o1a tbft and CIWB Georgia T Rail B"ad, bot'wr.n Tonahat- Gentlemen's, FarJl6l1lJr' .-...ds.. .. Q' a.ct. ', f .HIIIanp.o
low. not'only fir cash and (the itching and Madison .from the 10th' to the nth Dtoem- :- is'V :- V u.t'bO'11iAAmtn', ,. ,.
I_.r but also to. ,tho 0 who. have the(' "fiShr the 2d Division of .the Road between famplyofCleth,now rttiiring'y!FaZi a8 V"mttr.r. Wltfch; ,tHII ,ic1I1J b1 'cagPVjLV "
for esrs. All those wishing to CassimerUVe.tdgs, ,4'c .if
o advise) lo call and see Jbece supply nn and AIlurator..from the 20tb January tpthe ? *; 'M' A D.U{IIazpis A.IptAnt!,; 8ure.o t

Glace.) Cbene. Satin Pid) not February next. the. .DiT- 8ttlna'Will ,Every Cblbf 1 $t .and.Qnaliiy\ ;.. flpfta1.'NewTmk.Vr "IJf
in Profiles of respective:
> Solid an-1 Plaid Brocades.ftro & and Tar eel eas *tf t (
after .
the V
: the exhibited this office on and ; IWaJ whicfriam taE r in th*' most
tie B.blnts and Black to
will be prepared oUwd1-Wly".ta i ,1 J ,. :
anti the Proposals ,
: And ?0tb.JUU11InAnd, '
I aI qualities.Black $ the on the nth Der mber for the lat Dtvjsion fashionable ny[ on.short r>ticc S [8ipedl: .ut
colored Velvet
: ob i February I r.toe'2d Divil 'V ANDRtASON'ASLE TERMS.
ye t.he let
V ;:
Solid and plaid l C/n' imeres dr'h..w.WarrtB .. .;of CincJtinsti
11"tin: wnrk.yitl be divided intoVetioos of about one r .ALSO- q ,.. ..
: Soli,*n I fi nred a I in length to stilt the.convenience of blddera. I iTOCK OF t bad the ComwnpfJna 1 1 attended with thtrwtJog .mc.It:
*, : Embroidered, pUid'an-i other bid- A liAROB AND WELL 8BLXCTKD and discharged Mreral
will have tbe )ef renee of Cough quarts s f.
we can ) p
Black Bombazines baM ; the bid. All eoMraetors except Stock- READY-MADE CLOTHING, from !tlM ,.,t>Dct .*11 toy Ibquds "
at same
CORN AND COB MILL. Spanish and M"hmr may ,will be required to take Y part of their p ir Consisting of every garment suitable for wmter w.r. I gar m. op to die.'jtt hw UtUe' "of''Jf-t
Ladies black and
col-rejl be gWtido those who will Talmaa Coats, Vests Pants IlTerwort and Tar restored n* to er <
t.oelr being Clocks,
ever preference such
Patented May 16th 185-L Black and colored and llk, M V '
t -Copyright if.the the largel"t amount.WMi which will be disposed ofatAo Iow'prJee. OABRIBt/WBITtItt.c.
,secure March Int, ''t855.riAl" English plashed Talmns., in GRIFFIN, Chief Engineer. a large lot or PlaiD aDCl Fancy Shirts 00Ua Sworn to and, .ib d this nth day f
Dotted and embn iilered V 7'
Ac Ac. ber 184ft HZNfiY K B
'_ theab f will 1. grey Undershirt Cravats Stocks Hwiety. ,
[Any vpo prO'tutul and
to Vie extent of the fate.] B'ack So1idplairi and colored figured Shnlleys. half its ; i Notice to Contract r's. Those desiring a thorough ont. t.will consult their V O of ti,1
for an, as all the above articles -
ma *
interests by riving '
Welch Silk and guare still E\'Gnnu.: (ytcz. PXWSACOIA & Oiw R. K. y own bare been (selected with great care and with a. "'Urn Cnte (midea co Sixth strwOwi>_

LITTLE GlINT. Red and yellow Flannels. an TAI.IAHASSMLPUU DKTMBSR Isr. 1855. JHE f lucy to tbeiradaptation to this .n.tkeL west o/Smith.)saysI .'

Opera Flannels of all to times of I lettineorth* Contracts on the Penr special JOHN PRATOIUtTS. tion attended with a most distressi .wtJc.,."
tHE subscribers having secured tbe right from LT- ,. e .
Scorr. to ooll) the CORN and COB MILL, Lace English and and linen Erench C. tit, r sacola. & Georgia Rail Road are hanged as fol- November 24, 181515. 1"1 doc 1 Imi to a'mere skeleton and allboqrn actr ,-w

known a. the LITTLE GIANT" are now prepared I Emb'd *' cart of an able pbjaHao [ProC HiAJtiaoJ.cwtii.t.
lo execute promptly; in a 'thorough workmanlikettanner. Embroidered Collars.Chemoi.-tte:\ 1lt part of the line between Tallahassee and the Notice to Contractors.Omcc to grow worse and gave up all topes ;.f rtt'e"11 1 IIV ]

all order wholesale. And retail, of Mid Mills. Blue brown nnd Veil ; River will be let :t Tallahassee on the !let. 0, STAtS E.XCWITO, BCTJUTISTA. ) V At this eriti 1 waaperanaaed tn try Dr.:Ecfm',L'v.

The reputtt<'f"won by these Mills for the past Black love Veils.r .green ; and OBJLNOX MILL P. O, ST.Jonss 'Tn.,FLA VAUOCST erwort and Tar, which 'entire1" healed By.l'l dars kqtd.
part of the 1 Ime between the Aucilla the V restored DM to perfect beslth, "tha Ca fev'tttlsa -
year throughout the United States id a sufficient guarantee Thread Cotton and .Linen trial of 20rn, 1855. ) DM -
of it and established character.. It has Rivera; will be let at JJadison C. H.on the V [Signed] AiNci CHILD
utility Cambric and Swiss edgings two PROPOSALS will I be received at tbbj .
At a larce amount fir money and labor to brim the Bobioet and Mantilla Lace. ; and DecemberAnd Rirer SEALED 20th of Augost, 1856. for eon
of the line between the Suwnnnee the day :
Hill to its pfesent state of perfection"anil ii now offer part
Colored Merinoes, Alligator, will be let at Alligator on the 1st. Feb- stroctiog a Canal. with its necessary appendage, (
dto Planteis, Stock Feeders and others as
Curtain and Dress and .
Calicoes Ae from
on. Basins, ,
ORlFFfN Guard Lock
article of mechanism, mmple and practical in use oext. WH. M. such as JjftLocks.. r Da. WIIUAM RicHAanB, of t .
Kml rodered Lace will ,
> : Curtains St. Johns to Indian Biter, a dis-
and durable in construction It is pronounced by evry Whitp, black and slate Cllie/Engineet. Lake Harney on tbe authonzed tbe Although it may seem ooprnfessiiiM,I f.lsiwtn1.
3.4lOfeet by
body to be the moot important article of the kin-J. White nnd black silk 8, 1855. 49 fane thirteen miles ; ed to state that I used Dr. Rogers' Liv,rw tt aodTrr
hosiery State of Florida, at lU sea-
mow in use. not only well adapted for grinding cob and Gent bkck and to General Assembly, of the in the ease Charles Wade.bawd'quit.? low'.'
meal for stock but yrits or fine bommony f.-r the table. Misses Liylifs colored Kid* Gloves, { \ HDS." BACON, lion of 1854-,by An Act entitled An Act toproTid PULMONARY CONSUMPTION: with the .-

4 .to -. The" LITTLE GlANT-received the FIRST Ladies and Gents buck and S Shoulders, for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements effect, after the nuaaJ remedies bad faiW V
PREMIUM at the late Agricultural Fairs of Missouri.Kentucky 2 Plain Ham in this State. [Sfeoed] WM RICHARDS
Maryland, and other States and that in October 13, 1855. f I I 10 bbl?. Mesa Pork. in store and for sale by.! Proposals will specify the amount for which the -

the mOl'lt.compiimentary manner. The No. 2 Mill is Georgia Military I HOPKINS & MEGINNISS. work will be done the mode and manner in which t Th. follow ing is written from EUzhetLtm_
t e. I, 1865. 48 Vavfl1Sflt to Ije made, .whether in lands or moneys.
warranted ) bushels of feed hour with
to grind ten per t""J----- -- --- Ky.:-Your Dr.R Liverwort ..T.rgi ro
on. horse and) offered at the LOW PRICE of?55 all MARIETTA.Academic or portions of each.:: Maps; Profile and estimates can I in this place. Dr. HOWARD pmerib grtatnetuaetien

omplete, ready for attaching the horse. $n. 3 Mill. THE year i i. divided concur /ioiinern. Bonnets. be seen at this office, and any information obtained by r It, aad pronounces it *i' of tit icai a.odid. ire IW.
at f 65. grind fifteen bushels per hour and Nt). 4. at months each. The ( ADIES colored straw Bonnets. addressing the undersigned at -Orange Of L IJ.HAYCRAFT,DngIW' ,.
|75. pin-Is twenty bushels per hour with two horses. ('cs on the 20th FtBaniUT next Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets fice. St. John's River, Florida.' Proposals will also "-

Adding freight and charges.ROBBINS 19tbof JULT. plain" ." be received for constructing a RailRoad ver the I Rev.Hnrxr WUEMAX,of Patriot Gallia soeaty .
-BIBB.. The Cadets difideTinto. ( black same ground. ,
O. writes-Dr. Rogers LirerworC and Tar IM
of ,
December :. 1855. 43 TIle Annual O'Timewement takes some .4 Trhite satin and silk % State Engineer State of Florida. been the mtanivf matching iri/efiom a
it is lIlY ftmttungmeU -
day before the 20th of JCLT.ACAOEUICSTAKr.. the our hlll ; black (extra wre) ". August 31,1855. 85ly [S&neJ] HENRY WISZMAH.
Children and Misses straw -
THOMAS WHITE ., .4 .4 If TTnfs. Leon County Iron Works -
Col. A. V. BRUMBY.. M, lr ti T Vn.nrz.iTHt&.o(Denmark.Tsoa.writ t
of c..pp r and Sbett Tron Prof:of Mathematics an 1 once .sale by DAVID WILSON.. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and Tar las met with. r

M.U"ACTURER in all kin-ls of Plain and Fun CapL THOS. R. MrCONN'ELL. C : : 13. 1 1FKS. 41 THIS Establishment is now in V full operation. All I success. A young man of tbs place snpposed, by eve

ey Tin Wares, takes ple-iFnrcin informing the ctizen? < ( ('..Rn.1 I Pri>f! 'r of Eng they will be attended to with promptness and I ery one to be in toe last slugs of Comttimfi II
.Tullalnssee and the sorroun'liiscmntry. that he in }[r. V. H. M A?;nBT. ". .f Fr.' of Whiskey and Rope. all work done with neatness and dispatch.. was eoUrelr cored by its 1M Irs I [ ienedl

BOW prepared to wait on all that wih to pntriHiizbi Mr. W H HUNT. A. M[, Prof of to FEW Barrels of real A No. 1 Mononpehals All kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work. DAVID ifERRI WEATHER. &*&'If.

in' in hi. line of linsiness. He also tenders his thanks gli.h L5f*>rat'ire. the WI.i..1wy-2. 000 lb. No. 1 Kentucky Rope Gin O>arinc. Sugar Mill. Circular Saw Machinery.

E to hi* trif''... and the public generally f.r the very Mr.{ J. B. GOODWIN. Prof of Drn (former on ienment for cash, or gi>od pnp T at JO Shafting,' Pulley.- Hangers. Plough Castings Brass yr Mm. H.E. DRAiroggict.: of Xen; 0,

lib-ral patronase with which he has heretofore been Cap' R. S. CAMP.{ Asws't. Prof p> days without interest. S. 8. KNIGHT Castings &.; also, Sugar Kettles. of any size kept state:-A gvnt'emao' of my AqtJa& who Tapparently

rn-ed.. .an-l l hi> h-.pes that a C.-ntinuation of theliuie A. CONXELL. M. D, Sllr 'nn. I \\ as ,ht'r 10. lS6. 45 constantly on'hsnd. All work done in such establishment m the lint tttgt of 6To* *M/f .*///WMrestored'to

will be sranted)him. The lntitution i# un-liT the tllr ) wil! be done by us. with a particular regard to pe.fcct bealtb yeN uacof Dr.SffttfLiverwort'

He will e<>natnntiv keep on hand a tM supply fill nent Clf n B-mrd 1 of Trustee. ;in u of the strength and duiability of the work. and Tar. Tb. curt was a most txtra.tAr
For Sale.]
sirts of Wnre u.iuly! kept in an ostaMiflunt-nt hi# B tin! <>f Vi"it.m1lirpvinted by the Con>pernt Workmen always readiness topnt upEngiues. O *.

Jine of buDUii-s A fun ass irtment ofSheet} Ir"". State.By. THE undersigned offers for sole his Dwel .tc. -'

fi'ieet' I.end ; Ij-ad Pi ,(*; Sheet Zinc. Cistern Pumps.aid nn net of the v i..1I\t"re. : House aid 60 acres ,,land south nfTallnhnwee. Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for t1r: Da Wit of. (an, Old cll Phy>iti if .

a great many other articles too uumcrou to men been furnished with J Hd C.tdets Aa we ) on the Belle Air Road. The cash or accepted orders on some business firm in this high tfandinf-) & Cv writes -I hay*.ben

tion. rement*. nn-1 I a Field Battery. con.! ,I \our 'has; six larsr: root 8. well finished, :or the prem- ; place. Liberal prices paid fur old Iron, Copper and the family phvs mn of ) .. Wiseman for twrlvi

TO'BUILmm... ,no'inder" brass_, nieces J __ Anti'm_ tWIi_,_ .n ._ to' (.' i i a subi tniitiil;' out Kitchen and good water.- .Hn u. rears, and during that time eh. bus suffered with &

Tin'Roofin*. Gntterin G'pper and Tin Condujtin!? rer. '. \ property will be ofTe'(.1 on very reasonabLe All letters must be addressed! (post paid) to IRfOe'' 1 lungs wit;, finally etted* mto PULMONARY

Pipes ttt all of wliic'i promises to dn in the inwink 1 The Superintendent and the ( : the/'is one of the most desirable! locations i in J. M. SHINE Tallahassee, P1*. CONSUM P FION!II Sn*wu. entirely.eured bj toUb

mini like manner iinistve) nnd of the best mttfriil. "I untes of .Vest ant I M the Leach, County. For term apply to the firm nf White March 11,1854. 10Notice. of Da.ROOVLB' Lrvxrwoar ano TAa I '

m sl'ortes' notice nn-1 mt reasonable term'I'e'&t pUn. the public may -be ( r, next door to D. H. AnHV Print Store. V H.JLWILSOK.M.P.ITISAPOSTIVBFACT .

Having beeit en!;iio.l f>r the I last eight years i ii;r 1 eratnenf diacipliue and course of Lucien THOMAS WHITE. ,

basinevs' at thi pUc( he thijik it unneifssary. t" rf. ly enforeed.L 'el U, 1855. 2& undersigned Executor ef the last Will and That wherever. Ro n.Synp of Urerwwtsai

n'oen-l Hi-nelf any further tn the puhlc as rejjardhi ,; TERMS: ( THE' lmf'nt of John Cook, deceased. late of Leon Tar has been introduced it is st'perjedm even MW

"rht1ititfI1"dluic.. hut nt the sam time h<.C Tuition Board. Wa"liin:. Fuel. WOOD : DR. R N. GARDNER, Couuty notifies all persons having demands against Cough Medicine before the puh1 t-. This M .bo1J jaw

a"'irce .ill tht favor him with n call good work am I 5eUtn nnd all other eontin
ebcnp prics.Hriti of five months in advance., *ll2.5O.Surgeon's my if Centreville and surrounding country. Office : within the time presented by law or this notice BE WARNED IN'SEASON IU
re-nove'l from thold stand formerly knowi will be in bar of their and all
fE''. per annum. *5. (' : Parsonntre. pleaded recovery ; And
u White Sltwer, he will IKJ found at his stand corner Persons de"iring further .' several 29. 1855. 39 :. those indebted are requested to snake payment imme- ine neglect not that cvngb bJeIa is daily wrx* -
of 201 f.>t street where h' will be ?lad tn wRit t copy of the Regulations" by that diately. THOMAS J. ROBERTS, Executor. your constitution irritating yocr thrMt aod JiitigLand
on all l his trii'nli'1 THOMAS WHITE.D intendent. for in November 17, 1855. 8w-46 inviting on that dread disease vesuuspticss.wbsia
Notice. so soothing and Healing remedy can be obtained sa
*& I. 855 (8Executor's ANDREW J. II over
months after date the nndewiened Executor of Notice. Dr. Rogen'S1"'P Liverwort and Tar.
December )' (
-- 15 1855.Executor's
Sale (. Estntfof John R. ht'pal'll. late,.f Leon Coun- Beware Counterfeits and Baa TaartatlAaa; I
months after date. the undersigned.administra
> ': will present lila accounts and I vouchers SIX The genuine article is signed Axoaxw' BMXUO
orRcnlatid Poi-soiinl Estate. de 6om non of the estate of Jonathan G. Pad.
A LL demands cases, i is Judge of Probate for said Countyand. asked to rick deceased,.late of Leon County will exhibit his the engraved wrapper around each bottle.
?oo" havinq
I of deetnl order, of hi? Honor J per : I"r Price $1 bottle. six bottles fur '5. Bold
, IJT parsuan a .A J hn Parkhill. late of Leon VV a final account and.vouchers to tbe Judge of Probate tf pr or -
, Waves. Baker. Ju.lge, d 1 ited. the 5th day .f October i'lclnd'nsf creditor's Itgatcl's.and ROBERT H. GAMBLE._....-- Leon Cuutity. and oak to be discharged. wboI. and retail b1'SCOVIL A )SEAD.
A. D. 1855. we "ill offer fur l'Iale before the Court .distribution notified to LJ uwr. H. T. BLOCKER, Adtn'r de txtois non. 113 Chartre St. oet Conti ami St. Loci*.K. Orlraa
are hereby
ilonvi d-tor i-i ths}] Town of Quincy on Milo lay th: without delay to the undersiimeil 29, 1855. 39 July. 21, 185.3. 29-6m SOLI Aerxra roa THE Soinaxaw Siam 'to'wbom

4th biy of February nezt: A. D. 1856. the following, utrix. and are also notified that Oard. all orders and applications fur Agencies must be addressed V

described Real ,and Personal property belonging to mnn'ls will1 be bared at the 1 P. .B. BxiOKAW'S. '
the estate of Ocar Fillyaw deeenwd. to-wit: D. : or For sale at all the Drng1 Stores in Tallaa.* *,
icri>rdins to the statutes of this L. Ball
Twelve hundred aervs of land. the jreater portion ted within that period. Mary LIVElY liD SILE 'SiIII.E8,1 and at one Agency ia every Towa in.the Soctb..

.learitd. beinz a claim situated on what i is generally ORO. W. P A her services to the Ladies of Tallahassee August 25. 1805.. '8S. ". -.
ktt'>wn as Forlv's Purchase," ab.-ut ten mi'w' ,e-st LTJOY B. ( vicinity to make and tim Bonnets and Fan V TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. .

of the town of, Quincy. Sixty ont NeLToes of nil ages, December ft, 1855. i .' Dresses, and solicits. a liberal 'share of their. ., _'> / Most Approved torn Mill 'I ii 'Ise.OF .
of wh m about forty are prime working baDda."Twelve Proprietor would
: most
bead of Mules! and Hvrtei I 1855. 38-2m his friends and iD-k 100 the ,approved LAN1EB CORN
One yoke of Oxen S Notice. give public that b. bits rebuilt HILLS f* Ml* by'tha. SJnbsmbife Tbia

TwoRovl, Wagons SIX months alter' the first puh AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and IJ DOW .Milla. have been for some time in' CM t.n.ap"
Two Ox Carts. undersigned administrators Baker prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. gion and lower part of Georgia, and giT* perfect_$-

Also on he following Saturday. (being the 9th day Lewis H. Branch deceased will t 17, NEWPORT. He also has attached to hi* Stables, a good Blacksmith IlfutJon.grindiog witb; ease 40 bushels aod,tbsiris*
.1 Fehruaay,) will be sold on the Plantation above and vouchers to the Judge of ? nndersifimed still carries on the above business Shop where he will have have done all kind of in the day, with Ten than the ordinary ptW'.r applied -

described: ty and axk to be discharged from tb all i its branches. Buildings well calculated for Plantation work. Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in to it. The maker furnishes to pial it apt

Fifteen hundred bushels of Corn, < f said estate. :.\ wagons. D. LADD. the very best manner and with promptness aid dis and every one warranted to girt perfect' esteetIee..

Five thousand pounds cof Fodder, JOSEPH ) V: September 2, 18:14. 85 patch. Call and examine them at. D.LADD/S.
A101O. a lot of Cattle Hots. Ac. JAMES IL f ; November 5, 153. 44 Apia 21. 18 ZS. ,16 ,

Together with a lot of plantation' implements *nduteneils ). 21. 1853. ""emExecutor's New Goods. '
Hoes and the MILES NASH & CO. Carriage. Boggles, and Barn,
confuting <>f Plough., an excellent YE rec'-i'-ed my supply of Fall and Winter ,. '.i '
Gin. with other articles generally need in carrying on } (by l bite arrivals from New York Baltimore Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I F.r S.Iby'F. B. Brckiw. -

farm.< ,* I VTOTICE i jR hereby given to all t t opposite Orleans) anti' otfer them to the public on as inform their friends and the public that i, "Subscriber baa ,just received a
land will be THE
Trrmiof Knft: The anj Negroes i.1 the WOULD '
estate of Austin cf
Joseph the
28 as any house in the city. In stock is on hand a good assortment of such Lire supply bfCarriafN,
sold a credit of one, two. and .three years; the immediate to the 11Iuler1': r- .
upon .
payment every variety of Dry Goods Groceries articles as are generally kept in their HIM of business .Buggies and harness w&ieb he Csn.
purchase, money to be secured by a mortgage upon And all ] *>rsons having claims a '. Crockery. Ac. :. For the Ladies. I have and wilt be receiving regularly Their for sale on the most reasonable Una
the property and bonds with personal security, to be hereby notified to present them nl"ClrtmE'nt o f Embroideries,Lnces in Setts. .enua shall be reasonable. November 18. 1854. V 41
approved l of by the Judge of Probate the same to scribed by law,or this notice will he Cloth Tnlmas and Cloaks and a few of tb .
Tallahassee 9th
draw interest from the day of sale at the rate of eightper their HUDSON April ,1853- 14. :-
recovery. Silks ever htougbi to this market. DR. MILES- H. HASH .
cent annum, payable annually For the other ,
per Quincy. Dee. 29,1655. : are look at my KersevsA Blan- Hides Wanted.
property, all sums under fifty buntS, cash-sums V re purf'll.Ig. T. HAYWARD. orrxxs ala raorwaiciut anticxa TO Tax cmxm M

erer that amount to !Be secured,by notes with approved Circular Saw Mill. in ber 27, 1855. 43 5000 BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the T.u.uIUllU. AD staaaiaa cuvmy..

personal security, payabletwdvernnntbs after date. T"MIE undersigned has the n and .highest price wid be paid. Also Deer .
.J also the same He of interest from tbe and Otter skins. DAVID WILSON .
an bearing L W. Herrick's Improved 24,, Public Land Sale. OFFICE with Dr. M. Kasbbxucdiaterj. aaat of tM
of sale. Tallahassee. September 29. 1855. 39
day -- .
consisting of three f.\7-e\ for 42. 48 _
WEN)! L. 4 JAMES A. FILLYAW Saws These Circulars decidE 4. is hereby given, than pursuance of in- May 19 1855. 20T.
are In Store and for Sale.' .
Exeutors Oscar Fillyaw deceased. from the Commissioner of the General .
having several improvements over .
December 1R55. 49 other> Patent in use. The cost is under authority vested in him by the 5th 3 CASKS Bacon Sides. .' j. .iCHlniof. riXTCIXXs WITTAXla

-- and t450 fur various sizes according T of the act of Congress Approved 3d August 2 Tierces Hams V -BI0HAIWSON & WHIT En. V
DRS. DAVIS & OSBORN, &e. For further particulars apply 1853. shall proceed offer. at public sale on the 2 Bbla. Lard, I : .
of next at this office the I
J\ February following Kegs Receiving and Forwarding M.
: Surgical and .Mechanical f public lands to wfl;, 1 Hbds Sugar. V .
Newport, Fla, November 3. 1655. dumb V VV
"VTTOULD respectfully inform the cit- of Tract. Ste. T .,Range. Arres.NEJ 10 Bbls Extra Flour, ,
;;- f' item of Tallahassee aud vicinity, Salt-Salt-Salt.f r 12 43 8E 160.30 30"8.P. NEw'P RT. .

that they are/Jwi / rn/7y located here S W t 8' 160.30 5 Sacks Rio Coffee. AgtnUth, 1855. :81
and offer th ir profes i.'nal sen-fees 1 to the public. >A A SACKS of Salt for pale by O. 1853. !} M 160.80 5 Bvies Star Candle, ___. V .

Baring availed themselves of all tbe late imprrve- \\J HODOKISS, 1t. .. , 3 Bbls Molasses. V.: Notice.SIX V

cents in the Proffestlon. are prepared to execute November 17, 1855. 46 E i 13 u 159.82 8 "* Vinegar, months from dale the
Dental work in all its various branches. They will E W J u a U ,82 Tobacco, Soap Starch and many other things (ci r the undersign! admhuslra*

:. attend to Filling Pieutinf and P4linoorrectlug Manufactured E i If If 1119.2 sale by S. S. KNIGHT. late of Leon oo 'eatat."Wij"..HI axoibtt TiorapaoadectaM4-tar fiaalaccoMt saL

.; irregularities, making Artificial Palates, directing see J SHALL receive some 400 Boxes For W J "I H 159.83 December, 1855. 50 vouchers 0 the -ol Probate.
.. tasid
: ond dentition, treating, diseased gams; and inserting Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco No. 1, 14M If 126.50 V and ask to'be dircbamd. ;-. V- e.uIJ.-
any number of artificial teeth, from one to a full sett, again this season. 100 Boxes now II 2, MM H 80. A. B. CLARKE V ,
.the late and proved p.iuciple, with oontimxius Merchants will do well to bear this It 3, U CI $1 So. A1ZIi5t2'
gums. thereby rendering them perfectly 1if -like. fes- will be solti lower than same quality 0 II J. M II .4 80. MERCHANT TAILOR, September 29, 1855. ,*-iqNotice. "

Urine the month to its natural fulness, .nd remedying for from usual markets', and on .4 0 5, Id 80. V .
: all imperfection' in artieulation.and perform any otheroperttk ties. .4 "e, I 71. DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHINO; AXD. ..

or treat auf ease connected with Dental Newport. August 4, 1855. Is 7, u" N 63. GENTLEMEN'S. FVKMSHXNO GOODS. S.lnoQtht'from,Hate,ta. cnders aed admmiilra/'

Science.; ._ S W t as IN. W 80.03 '* .* estate William l Thsmpsom, aV
Having bad several years praetice in New Orleans.ind &tcRAI.D_ BIECHETT., S E i" It 80.02 NOW receiving at the well known old stand for- ceased,late of Leon ComttytHI 'ndnUt V a...
being jfraduates of the Ohio' Dental College they sF I a x occupied by Clark StillmanTa general count and Touebm to tb. Judg4 of.ft e k.

-. hop. to trf* eutW !*Oeti ib (, all wbo may favor BIRCIfETT & l of fo ( having preemption rights to the above assortment' Superior Ready Mac Clot bia g.Furnishing County,and ask to be dltcluirged. .K .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW fc AGENTS .. advised to make proof t.h"n.e and payment Goods Ctoibs C auueres. &e VV
them with thuir patfouSjje."'arrADtt\\1. cortanltslion l lo. (' day above designated for the commence-, I composed 'JACOB,. 'ELIOT M.ia.tI.E..
in of tbe articles
and reasonable. .Ladies waited d pair following : '
charges t 19 1W.
free \ 490. Sct'ctilli September ,
'their will
on st their i-fences if desired. Florida the said sate, otherwise rights I Fine Black Dress-Frock Coats V "S ..

Tliose desiring i 'th cir services in this and'the adjoining WASHINGTON obtain ( 8. W. MYERS. Register.V V 41 Black aitd Cul'd.Single. .Breasted Frock tad : ,
2 J.W. Receirtr.; Boots .
i Aunties, will be promptly attended to upon .p. WILL practice before the warrant AROYLE. V Business Coats. aajdJLW .. .

". r ellUt"'by letter or. other".. Terms cash, 'or ecute claims before the 1855. 5<"-8w V M 'Flfk.7'C..imere do. do do ADIE8K d.J I.fl k ,

; wen roqu I-ed. Offie at the residence nearly) oppo- stat Departments. 44 Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats, Lsdisa,I" Tie*.
July 28. 1855. 30 COFFIN & RIN LEFAQ.TOa.S Bhwk Doeskin Pant : .4 M V .
'r pit. the Cpiseopal.CUurch.ll' \. 'Street. The :.t 1854., I w1.iiBbii .
w, and C' Cauiqiert II ..
.frrii'reuees OAII be given if desired. {Fancy Pants V V mack ekxb.OaHra> ttj' V V V

Dt c nil er 8. 1855. Ztn-49_ R. H. BE V V. :Black."d F"1018i1kJVeau. -a Pr.aeUB"khi5: .'
-V Charleston C. Fane) Velvet 'do.M '. Calf .'

No tic e.QiXwa Auctioneer and consignments of LONG and SHORT 8T A. .. do. Cass. do. Cashmere*, rl .' 3I5s, 'f.,' 'I" V, VV
COTTON; and ntht'r.prodi n. will meet White Maruilesdo; .' D.D. Xena tfp pfntd ,.jp V Il-
ditel h ll to the Honor
Vsftr : apply MERCHANT.Fla [ .. ,
best attention.V Reference can be: bud of -ALSOV II S
: ".
; O for tbe of JeffWuon
:. Utters able Jai of,adminutrat e of Ptob'&t.on,-< fl the Cnioty eslst of Ckarlws. Fla, Sept 29. 855. SORS : raco.; Madison County, or R. E. Dvaa 'A fine assortment of Sl.Collar Graf at.,Black; V "- ealf .. ,.'D_._. !it. ".
fur sale "
for Fla. White and:,0 " S ileJladiu.t.iftJ t .teI f.,. ,
said deceased. V ,.. :
of .
D."S aOi Uaa.late County V i. .. .
V .
S S. ntral V > > '
r II.: V..M.CLELLAN, ., V r !n. 1855.: 4-. Stocks Cotton and"Merino TJnder-snirt ,Juos :, ...t YIftVI .
'. .1. r.; ,
= "
V V Drawers Bmw! ; Fancy. Cotton and LUl Thread'I ,. V- '; I
Audlla Plantation Jefferson AUCTIONEER &
County. : Fresh Bice. ,-
of "
one Hose White and Cam ,,
; Colored. "U Handkerchief D- '
M li r Bojr ealf Pg*,d ts v>*.t** :
Dee.15,1855. -- TALLAUAU*K,; of RictTon the way from Chalenton fr sale .which are offered to tM public oo reaeonabl4 term ".llp M'dliotd" D'' ,_.

S.t.mbcrlI86 1855. by wholesnle. by D..LADD and warranted as good M offerdthis r1r.t... t" -bOODd. 0 a

: Gad4t'OUUt7.oIk qor'8 Sale. ; NOT. 8} 1855. 44 Call anti examine Goats, fancy'toilet slippezi>, '

p .;y-.ed io ice by law. I .Fos li1 fla ,Notewber 10 1865, 45 V -.' Goatabdc' lf' :V'V V
S BY-iiitH.ohbe recefreft; Seed Oata., V V V S .. ,
b1u1i bPI, the Court HM t AA SACKS SALT, in first rite ". Vatenleatbj'. ljes
fax,4o tbaTown of Quiuoy,m Tuesday 4b I2tb day ,tlv'i-j 8. tad N | BUSHELS mittrW qoalitv for pale by, V A 1. FISHER, v N. ." : ... .-.r .,'I '

.f F.Wiary for CUtIItSct or parcel ol' pt.q rl 1815. at thi V HOPKINS A MEUINN 183. 'ATTpRNEY-AT-LAW.. V :'Ciiilds and* ti* BbMfUo.VffliW. } : *xt *, .
b tMU" of Gadadcn, known ,J __ _, ** 'Baboo f"I. '
sod ,
1Ji tnr la i .40. V- ; 186L 48 / FfJU V arudKJ-e.cofarTd.aMW*! S'S
T.uL&nAauj ,
-' .
IVbl puret t 1O' Odeli'tBVwf. willtb.AaIaebkp. : tlqur. ,
J .1 plQ1atmtit .
1'adet d 8 : Hides < 1i (fn iatit r. fth. 'Wdr.ii- '. S '. .. .., .
b1 ; M "
M .i, on SeftIslani .COtt IiS., W.jLtpne't 'Woisns'kip peflJ zias,
atkn cytgether sin.U io !hlebt mal W.ANTElf .&quantity, for ; ; In ,Tbon>a .Cwtoty, 6L' V. V '-.t..j i S V"p:. ., ..,.., & I. V,. V, S.QV 1t
aoenwlberait JAHES'I.tJdTH. i wril be paid in < Nails ADVNCE3:mads .8i bland Cot- ; .tjr Office'fa,\"Oa hold "awry, iremtUt Iytmr t-.ADef wtfeb wiB VtwWlrtr Wii., 'P'i.. "J,

i It ., Tax CH o:.r fcr GadaJso Gewrif. 1 i for Shipment. to Charleston, DvLADD.. At toota ef ft. h\ of tb. HnprwaatV .!': ,: I'. .IJ".t .t r.j .. u DATh6et1lkvr1Itfl. .. JU' t
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