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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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; BY AUTRORITY.o1IHEt1NITED. wa, and Maple Grove,to Butternuts. From Utica, by New Hartford, Paris, i I From Rochester, by Scottsville, \\l1eat.I From South Onondago.by Oliscol: to Ves StnhopeJekwood/ Andorer, N.wtnU.; J
From Oneonta, by West Davenport Davenport Waterville, Sangereville, North Brookfield, land, Munford, Caledonia,Fowlersville, York, fayette, Augusta,,Bnutchrille, TattVl Corner I ,1
t! STATES. .I Centre, Davenport, North Harpersfield, East Hamilton Poolevillo, and Earlvillo to Greigsvillo and }Moscow to Mount Mor : per.From St. Armand, by Franklin Falls, to Hainesville, and Montague, to Milford, I t.J1 t
Jefferson, West Gilboa, and Gilboa, to Smyrna. ris. Hamilton, in Franklin county. Pennsylvania ;
[ licNo; .7Lj.jlSCflo roads. Prattsville. From Waddington, to Madrid Depot From Rochester by Henrietta, Rush, West From Stockholm Station, by Stockholm. From Dover,by Stanhope, W.terloo.tt 1\\'
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'\\i post I From Oneida Depot, by Durhamsville, and From Walden, by Shcwagunk", Gateville Rush, Avon, South Avon, Gcnosco, Grove- and Southrille, to Parishville. mnchy, Jobnsooburjr Mark b \ 'PnUnS .t I \
S 5' [iN CONTINUATION.Marcellus] Falls I Oneida Valley, to Oneida Lake. Mills, and New Jlurley, o Modem. I land Centre, Groveland, North Sparta and From Stockton, by Gerry, to Charlotte Blairstown! Walnut Valley, Hainesborg Conlmbia T.
fIrtI Marcellus Depot, by and,, From Oneida Depot, by Oneida Castle, From Walton, Northampton to Cro. Sparta to Dansville. Centre. Slateford, Pennsylvania! and Datosa- .t "l-:
jftrceHas, South Marcellus, Thorn Hills, Bennett's Coopers, Stockbridge, Munnsville, ton.From From Rochester by Greece, West Greece, From Snflern'a by Spring Valley, Monsey burgh, to Stroadsbarg. .t ..: _
arodSno! to Spafford, Pratt's Hellow, and Pine Woods to Hamil. Walton, by Franklin, and North Parma, East Clarkson, Clarkson, Murry, Nanuet, Blanvettsville, to Piermont From Dover,bj Berkshire Vallej, Hard- M
From Marvin, by French S Creek, and Mina, ton. Franklin, to Oneonti. East Gaines, Gaines, West Gainss, Oak From Suffolk C. H. by Quogue to Spe- town, and Sparta, to Newton. .rf.:ti"t S
10 Sherman. From Otego, to Gilbertsville, in the town of From Walton, by Now Road, Sidney Orchark, Ridgewey, Jeddo, Johnson's Creek onk.From I From Dover, by, Sackasanny. :Draiesvflle, :"ifi': ...
From Mechanicsvillc, by Stil water, Bemus, Butternuts. Centre Unadillo, Unadillo Centre; aid Butternuts Hartland and Wright's Corners to Lock- Suffolk, C. H. by Flanders, to Good I to Stanhope. l I 'i .
Heights Covesville, Victor)* Mills, Schuyfcrsvilte From Oswpgo, by I North Sterling, Fair Haven to Morris.: port, Ground. 1 From Eatomtown,b,Shark River and New ..f r ..,
I Northumberland Fort Miller, and Fort and lied Creek, Walcott.. From Warren sbnrg, to Athol. From Rochester by Hartford's Landing, From Sdffolk C. H. by Baiting Hollow,I I Bedford. to Sqnam Village. ff) tI
Edward Centre to Fort Edward. J From Oswego by Strait's Corners, HalsoyValley From Watervill, by SangenUlo, Madison, to Charlotte. Wading Rivei. I I Fron Elizabeth/own by Utdou,8prfng6eld, tft :.
S From McConnellsville, by Vienna, North and North, Barton, to Shepherd'sCreek. Bouckville, Pine Woods, Morrisviile\ Nelson, From Rochester by West Webster, ""Web From Suffolk Station, by Smithjowunr New Providflne, PMMI VaUvr, and Long t' } ,
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Bay, West Vienna, Cleaveland, Bernard Bay, Cazenovia, Oron, Manlius, FayettevUle, and ster, Ontario, Williamson. Sodus. Alton, Pv ;tl tovrn Branch, and Stony Brook, toetauket. Hill, to Baskeoridge 5 l; ys '
Constantia, and West Monroe, to Central From Oswego, Iry 1 I Scriba, New Haven, _flc'_ -'n'itt.. to Svracuse. Clasgow; and Huron to Wolicott. From EHzabethtown,by CranesvOtev West- 11- .
Square. \ Mexico, Union Square, Dogway, and :South | From Waterloo; by Rose Hill, est Fay. From Rochester by Spencerport, Adam's From Suspension Bridge to Detroit. field, Scotch Plains, Plainfield. New Market, 'tlt .
From Medford Station, by Coram :Miller'sPlace Albion, to Kasong. I cite, Varick, Romulus, Romuslus, Centre Basiu: Brockport, Holly]\ lIalburton, Hinds--I From Susqnehanua Depot, Pa., Lanesboro*. Bound! Brook, Somerville and North Branch '-i:' ;,' I".
and Mount\ Sinai) to Port Jefferson From Oswcgo, by Flemingsville, Newark i Ovid, Lodi Farmer, Covert, Trumansburg!;, burg, Albion, Eagle Harbor, Knowlesville,, Wiudsor, N. Y., Susquehanna, Centre VII to White House. tif" .
Valley, Berkshire. Ilichford, Hartford, and and Jacksonville, to Ithi a. Medina, Shelby Basin, :Middleport, Key. lage, Harpersville, Linevah, South Bainbridge Faom Engliahtown to Freehold* '.4't i: (
From Medford Station, by Patchogue, Virgil, to Cortland Village.! From Waterford, by Half3Ioon, Cresent nold's Basin, Gasport, Orangeport, Lockport Sidney Plains, Unadilla, and Otega to One. From Flemington, by Stanton Lebanon., t l "t.=. -
,, Befleport, and fire Place, to Moriches. From Owego, by West Newark, Speeds. and Clifton, to Jonesville. Pekiu and Suspension Bridge Niagara 0 onta. Cokesborg, and. Neighbonville, to German \ t w i -
From Medina, by Ridgeway, and Lyndon- vile, and Caroline Centre, to Metis's Cor- From Watertown, by Brownsville, Perch Falls. From Syracuse,by Onondagea Valleo,South Valley. tJ. ,
yule, to Yaiea. River, Stone Mills, and Lafargeville to Clay From Rockland by Callikooa, Jefferson Ononbaga and, Navarine, to Amber. From Flemlngton, by Croton, to BaptU- :ftt'
From Monticello, by Thompsonville, rails- ners.From Owego, by Catatook, Candor Cen. ton. S ville. and Pike Pand to Fosterdale. Fjom Syracuse,by Onondaga Castle,Card.. town. II ....... ,p
burg, Woodbarue Hasbrouck, Neversink, aud tre, Wilseysville! Pugslc Depot, Ithaca, Au. From Watertown, by Black fRiver, felt's From Rockland to Beaverkillo. iff, Tully Valley, and Homer, to Cortlandt From Freehold bjr Torkej,. Farraiagdale, .!\' ,., .
CJarjsvill1., to CJrahamsville. : rora, Levanta, and Union Springs, to Cay- :Mills, Great Bend, Ste1ingvi1lPogland, Ant. From Rome by Piue, NcConnellsville, Village. Lower Sqnanknm Howell's Works, Point f... !-;
From Mooresville. by Roxbury, Stratton II warp, Sotneville, Gouveneur, Bichville De Camden, West Camden, Wiliiamstown SandBank From Syracuse, by Baldwinsrille, Lam Pleasant, Metedeconk, Tom's River, Potter' i! '
TIllS, and Halcottsvflje, to r k'ille. uga.From Owego, by Tioga, and Barton, to Kalb, Blink Bonny, and Hauvelton, to Og- Kasoag, and Salmon River to'Rich. son's fulton, South Granby, and Gswego fall Creek, Cedar Creek, Forked River Wire- t .:...l
from Mount\ Morris, by Tuscarcra, and U. \\'averh'. ",
densburg. land.From to Oswego. town Barngat Manahawkin and Weat Creek ,
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shUn/ Corners, to Bycrsvill. From} Owego, by Tioga Centre, Smithbo- From Watcrtomi, l by East Ilounsfield, to Rome by Westeroville. North Western From Syracuse, by Messina Springs, and< to Tuckerton. ; ;:: l
From Naples, by Riker Hollow, to Platts. ro',Barton, Factory ville, Chemung,and Bald. Sackett's Harbor. and hill Side to Boon yule. Collamer, to Bridgeport. From Freehold,bj PerrinervQle Clarksburg fit! ")..
burg.From win, to Elmira. From Watertown by Sandford's Corners, From Rome by Lee, to Taberg. From Syracuse, by Salin, Liverpool, Clay] and Imlaystown to Allentown. :i f1( .:
New York, by Brooklyn, East New From Oxford, by Guilford, Guilford Cen. Evan's !Mills, Whitney Corners, Bently's Corners From Rome by Stokes, West Branch, Ava, : Three River Points, and Phoenix, to Lam From Frdehald by Turkey and Bergeh Iron tr ... ..
York,Jamaica, Brushville, Hempstead Branch : tre, Mount Upton, and Butternuts, to Mur. Oxbow, Rossie; Hammond, Brier Hill, West Leyden, Constableville, Turin, House I son's. Works to Tom'a River. ;:'
Heropstead, Merrick, Farmingsdale,Babylon, ris. Morristown, to Ogdenbburg. \'iller est Martinsburg eet Lowville, Harrisburg From Syracce, by Jamesville, Pompey Fa. From Hacken to New Prospect .,fo 3: .'
Deer ParkThomson's Station,Suffolk Station From Oxford, by East :McDonough, MeDonough From Watertown, by Stowell's)( Corners, Copenhagen and Rutland to Water- : bius, Keeney's Settlement and Cnjrler, to From Hackeniack: by Spring Vallaj, to ;, :, -
Lakflard, Waverly, Manorville, Yaphank,i \ and German, to Cincinnatus. and North Adams, to Smithville. town, Truxton. PUkaCk.From. : '
Suffolk C. H. Upper Aquebogae, Jamesport, From Oxford, by Coventry, Ninevah, to Fiom Warsaw, \\ty \Veatherfield Sprins, From Rome to Lowell, Vernon Vcrnor From Syracuse, by Goddes, Camilus Ma. HackettsthwnbyDra1seztownFIa.- f
Mattitnck, Culcbogue, West SoutholJ} and Valonia Springs. Hermitage, Weatherfcfieid, East Java, Java, Centre, Kuox Corners, Augusta and Bouck- cellus, Marcellue falls, Auburns, Cayuga, dersand Suckasunny, to Dover. l-1'Zi: \
Soothold, to Greeport .I, From Palatine Bridge, by, Canajoharie, Bu. Java Yillace, and Strykersville, to Walo vile, to Hamilton, Seneca falls, Waterloo, Geneva, Oaks Cor. From Hacketu WD. by Vienna Danvilld; i7'f. : -
From Nw York, by Jersey City, N. J., I e1" Cherry Valley, and Middlefield Centre, From Wawarsing, by Lackawack, to Grabamville. From Some by Blossville, McConnellaville ners, Phelps, Clilton Springs, Manchester Townsbury, and BridgevQle, to Belvidere. : .. '

Aquackanock Patterson, Sufferus, N. Y., to Coope towe. ___, I. .___ ... Camden, West Camden, Wiliiamstown, Sand'I Centre, Chappinvillc, Canandaigue, Victor, From Hackettetown to Hope, : ;
Ramapo Works, Slottsbnrg, lfonroeT orb, t From Palmyra, by Marion and William h.t to From Wayland: Depot, hy IJansvilJe- Us-- Bank, Kasoag. New Cenlreville, Salmon I Pittsford, and Bridgeton, to Rochester. From Haekettstown to Beatyestown. I ;
Tinners, Monroe, Oxford Depot, Chester, Pu1tneyr nE.>. i ian, and East Bill, to Nutida. River, Richland, Mellen's!\ Depot, Sandy, I From Syracuse, by Dewitt, Fayetteville, From Hamburg Harmony Vale, to. Mon t ; ,
Goshen, New Hampton, Middlctown, How. From Pamtma,by Lottsvjlle, (Pa.) Laporte, I From Waverly Station. by Selden, and Creek Mansfield, Pierremout, Lanor, Adams: : Manlius, Oran, and Delphi, to Da Rny roe. -5 ; ...--t.*
ell's Depot, Mount Hope, Otisville, Port Jervis and Pittsfield, to Youngsville.From :Mount Sinia, to Miller' Place. Adams Centre, Appliug, Watertewn, Brown. ter. From Hamburg: to Franklin Fnrnac. :111 .f'i .
Mongaup Pond Eddy, Barryville, She- Panama, by Stedman's and Mayville, From \V cl'd;port, 1 by. Seneca River, Cato, yule, Dexter, Limerick, Chaumont, and From Syracuse, by Salina, Plank Road, From Hope to Colvmbia. (.it
hola, Peana, Lackawaxen", Delaware Bridge,, to ,,-estfielJ.I :Mcrdint), Ira Hannibal Centre, Hannibal, and Tluee Mile Bay to Capo Vincent Cicero, Brcwerton, Central Square, Hastings! From Key Port, by Holmdel, Colts Neck. ;....<.,;.
;S N. Y., Narrowsburg, Cocheton, Callikoon I From Peekskill, by Yorktown, West So. Kinney.s Four Corners, to Oswego.I'roni From Rondout by Kingst, Hurley :Mar Centre, Hasting, Collosse' Union Square, and farmingdale, to Lower Squaknm. t{ ... ;...
Depot, Freemont, Equimunk, Pa., Stockport j mers, and Soniers Centre, to fc'omers.j Wlllsburg, to Orcuit Creek, (Pa.) }bletown, Stone Ridge, Kysericke, Accord, South Richland, and Richland, to Sandy From Key Port,by Middletown, Red Bank f.. r<'
Station, N. Y Hancock, Monument Island,, j From lVek"'kill, by :Shrub: Oak, Jefferson! I From WtJUville! by Halbjiost: Whitebville\ I ICerhonkson, Wawarsing aad Napanock, to Creek. I Shrewsbury, Eatontown, and Ocean Port, id JI
r Deposit, Lsnesboro's Pa., :.Sus-qaelianna Dt>. i; \':1111"nud! lied Mills, to Cnam-1. I Spring :Mill1; Bingham, (Pi.) U'liite'b, : Corners, EI1 .miJc.! From Syracuse, by Fairmount, Geddis, and Long Branch. fi! ;.1.
: pot, Gr. at Bend, Lodemillf, Kit .woltd, \ j From Penu Van, l by Blu1f Poi:1t, Brnu<>11- : Harrison Valley, Wt-btfiVld, Kno'iltLlk.::\: From Rough! and Ready by West Union, Bello-Islf! to Van buren. I From Lafayette, by Sparta, Franklin Furnace :.:?f-,:
S Y.' Conklia, Binghatnptoa! Utiinn, CtlJlp' port, Italy: Hill, l'iaiburjj and MitchelU-ill *, : land, and Nel-ot I to Luvreneo\ille.! Shvter's in Eroupsburg and BraokfieU to From Three lies! Bay, to Point Penin. 1 Hamburg, and Monroe, to Lafay 1;,' _
. vide, Owego, Tirga. Cet.trc, Smithbom, I llir1oa t.) Bath. Frum' Wi-fct .\ diiiou, by !Rising's; and DC- We'tfield, (Pa.) sula. ette. t:: 'f: .:.
Factorvxille, Kaverly, Chem-iMf, Wtlis. 1; I'ron Penn Yan, by Yatcsville::: to ShrHollow. peu's 1'> 15'ilh. From Rough and Ready by head of Cen I rrom Ticonderoga, by Putsville! Schroon From Lafiyette, by Pepokating, to Deck- fri1"
boro, E'.rrura: B'g Flats! East Pnhtt'd PoM,.i ':',:1'/'- From Wt.:1 Batavia, by East Pembroke, nctt's Creck"Slater3, and Brookfit-U. (Pa.) Lpke, and Woodwardsvill- Minerva. ertown. "" : it
Cor.J.ig, 6ih.on.l Ki.oiviilc, Painle 1 Pot, Addition ,I From Peiin Yan, by Milo, Milo Centre, I i Pembroke} } Newstcad, Cliryuco, Ham'* II I ill, to Kuoxvi'I: Front Fowler's l Pcbt, by Starkey, to Dun Frcra Lafayette, by Monroe, Hamtmrg- ;;;;;:U
Iliihbonesr.-lK'! West Addition, Cameion a.nd North Slat: key, to DmiJce. I i \rilliams'illt, and Buffalo Mains, to Buff*, From Rough and Ready to White's Cor. dee. Vernon, and New Milford, New York, to f .,.\o-, : .
Mills, Cameron, Wet CMueron Adrian: From Perry }by pQrfJC4<>lIfrE", WUPWIW,!, 10.I ncre. (i'it.) 55 FrDm: Tivol. by Upp' r Red hood, and< : Warwick." .>;.," ...
Canisteo; IomeNvillev! Almond, Allied An-1 East Orangevillc, tringc'\iIe! Johnjotniurjr, i it I From West Chazy, by Chazy, to Cham. From Boxbury: by Batavia Kill to Gliffii1's Cl rmont, to Li.-ingston. From Lambertsville! by Rin oen, Fleming I :; 1 J
}lin.ii. Coruers. From Tompkinsville, I by Stapleton, Rich.S ton, 'eartsville, Copper Hill!,Clinesville, .11: t
\ Belviaere, Friendship, Cuba Iiadr.ef! t to llz-t Aurora. I! From Wrest Ch:1zyI'J Sciota' to :ore's. From Rural Hill!, by Bellevilie]\ Eisburg:: moud, .Marshland: South S.d* Ro.\3tille, Loci S Cherryville, Quakertown, Pittstown, Sidney, I..r .; .
Ole.an, Aliegany! Taua, Great Valley, Little I Tiotn Pik, by Hurne, to fillmore.f : From Wc.-tficld, by Voiusia, Sltcrmoti,, aud W oo-' \'iLtck:\ : to Rural Iii iI.!! on Creek, and Richmond Valley, to Totten, Clinton, Clark s ville to New Hampton. S 1i: ;4 '
Valley Cattaraugus, Dayton, Per-\>bug! IVom Piermont, by Nyack, Nyack Turn : Centre, Sherman, and Clymcr, to Columbus, From Russian, by PustviUe! Ohio and Wil- \HIl>. From Lambertsville by Pralhmlle, SerbS (1.
Smith's Mills, and Furestull?, to Dunkik. pike, Clarkstown, lid Haverstraw', to North P&1. mot, to :Mon.-hoi'...(\\ !! From Trenton, by Holland Patent, Still. geanUville, Kingwood, Baptistown, to french.. ...t:
I II I a\"t'fstra From West Falls, by Colden, Glenwood: ,, From !Rural Hill! by Woodvillu, Elisburg cub, and Floyd, to Utica. town. l ch .,
From New YOlk by Yo I'k\'i'le, Haeilam, From Plattsburg, by West Plattslxirg, Ca- anti East Concord: to Spl ng\-ie.!! arid] Belleville, to Pierrepotit: ; From Troy, by Poestenkill, East Poesten.kill From Lawrencenille to Dutch Neck. .{!i'J] '
Mott Haven, Morrisania, Gordliam, Mount, dyville, ene Saranaf, to Uodford. Front o-:.Jpoirjt, to Cold. Spring. From Sackvtt's Harbor by Smitlirille! Hen Wet Berlin, Berlin Centre, Berlin Sooth From Lawrenceville to Princetqwn. i \ : '
Vernon, Bronxville! Tuckaboe, Scarsdale, From PleasanUille\ by: Sing Sing, Cort. From Westporr, to Elizadethtown.From derson, Robert's Corners and Belleville, to Berlin, North Steybentow, Stephentown, and From Longacoming, by W teribrd Works .,. } S
Moringville, White Plains, Kensico, Neperan, landtown, aud Croton Landing, ti> Peeks- West Fort Ana, by GriswuU,5lilb: Pierrepont Manor. South Stepheotown to New Lebanon. Batsto Gloucester furnace, and Port Republic ))I: i or
I PHsantvilIe.Chappaqua: New Cattle, Mount Potter Mill: and Queensburv, to Glenn's I From :Sackett's; Harborby! Pillar! Point, to From Troy, by Haynesvilie" Ramertown, to Leed'a Point :;:.." "-
I Kieco; Bedford .Station, Katona! Goldens kill.From Portage*'iili'! by Wioy; : :Mill's: Mills Falls. Point Peninsuia. Pitutown, Potter Hill, and Hooaick, to North From Milford to Little York. !;-4.. .
n iige.\ Pnrdy's Station: Croton Falls, Berw. Ilutue, fillmore, and East Catn-fuJe to C.. From White's Corner's by East Eden,I From Sageville,by LnkePleaar.fGilman] ,, Hoosick Depot. From Morristown by Hanbver and Hanover t1. .'1 '
fter's Station, Dykemati's Carmel I, Townor's, ueadea. Claikabuig, and Naoshfield, to Coliin'a Cen Wells, Hop" Cctre!: and Hope to North- From Troy, to East Albana. Neckt to Livingston. 1"f"t.{ "f
Haviland Hollow, Patterson, Paw'ings South From Poalagpville, by East J KOV. I ika, tre. vile.From From Troy, by Wynant's Kill, West Sand From Morristown,by Denville,Rockaway, 'll" :
::1 Dover, Dover Waseaic, Amcnla, Oblong Eagl.% Eagle Village, Ct.ina: H.l'lh.b..: WistYorkshire From White I lull, by Benson's Landing, Silubriaby: Hector (Landing,) North Lake, Sand Lake Alp West Stephentown,, to Dover. J" t...
t: Northeast :Station, Boston Corners, Mass, Yorkshire, Sprin rvillt?, \\'c.t :i '-to Ptitrtnm N. Y. Tico:1dprogl: Crown Hector, -Bi.r; Stream Point, Starker, Lodi,, Stephentown, Hancock, (Mass.) and Lanes- From Mannahawken, by Barnegat, CedarBridge -%..f ,;: ':"'
\ Copake: \ \., HilMaJe, North Cop.ike.M&rtMidaie : Concord, and Collins Centre, to Gsw n- Point) Mona: Port Henry( \\\. tJorrtrld- Ovid, and West Dresden, te Geneva.: }oro', to Pittsfirld. Red Oak Grove, Brown'a Mills, i.a .,'. .
\ Dcpct, and G';'>ent, to Chatham da. hun )Whalcnsdurg! E=sex, and Il3- From Saratoga Sp'i.itf: by Wilton, Gnnse- From Troy, by Eagle Mills, Grafton, and New Lisbon, and Pembertown, to Mount S ; ', 10,.
'I. Four Corners. Froin Port Bvron. 1 by, Confjuest, Victory, bon to Keeseville. v K>rt. South GI;1111 Falls, lorean; Station,, Eat Grafton, to Petersburg.From II o II y.'t"ks4" 4.. j
1'tn."wYork.: by New London. Cor.". Marts iilt', .";l'rlill011.11 :btti ling, ana :south 1.'__._ 111';.. T I.11.1.- 1JAnto.: ..,J \\'ctPouhtnAv. fort nd__-.' 'mitlUt"in: lor' \u", fo-u- Troy, by Niskayuna: Walervliei( From Morrirtown, by Mendbam, Chester, f t..1 '
to Norwich. Vest Oswego, to Oswogo. lo Eat Poultne}* stocks Landinglutc Hall, Low 11 amp. IVL..I.; .., ___a !>?...?,rf\ Flat to Scheuecta- German Vallev. Sebool 'a Mountain Pleasant 1'.l-t,. '
From Now Yoik, by TompVinsville{ StapIrton From Port Huiiro. by I Chimney PointVt.) From Whito Hall, by Orwell, Vt. Ticottlero ton, Fair Haven, (Vt.) and Hydt-ville! to C ". (!y. Grone, Andorzcn, \\ WashingtonBrnadway :, : .
New Brighton' and North Shore, to to lridg: port, rr, N. Y. Lirabee's IOILatt.. Crown tleton. From Troy, by Waterford, :Mecbantcsville,, New Village, and StewartsvUIe:: to Eaaton 11.Ei(.'..
Port Riclimotiil. From Poti'dam 1 by East: Pierponl, Colton, ,I Point, N. Y. Bridgeport! Vt. Fort Henry, N. From Saratoga Sringsby| G rE' 'nfiel.J Cen I :\tnlt.u'ilIl'hlta: : East Line, and Ballston, to Pennsylvania 1 f ; ;f,%- 'I"\
JI'rom NW York, 'hr Williamsburg, Mas. 'icrpont and Oary's: ills, to CII.<>.ton. I Y. West port, Essex, Builington, Vt. Port tre, North GreenfieldSouth, Corinth, Corinth, I Sara 'ga Springs.: From Morristown, by New Vernon, Bas- 1t: .\.,
: pet!:, and .Mewtown, to Hushing. From Potsdam Station by Norfolk and Ke.tt, N. Y. Phttsburg, and CLazy, to and Hadl l r, to I/tzerne. From Trumansburg, by, by Sear burg, and kenridge, Milligton, Liberty Corner, Martins i 1.:. '..
FrornXU"1"orkI'Y'hnhattame'Yash. nymondsxiUc!] to Massena.[ House's IV-int From Saugeries, by Woodstock! to Bearavilfo. ; t'nmturg, to North Hector. yule, Somerville, and Weston, to Mill :._.. ,
If ington Heights:! KingsbriJpf, Yorkers, Hastings From Potterevillt', by Tamiersville to Miiena. From Whitnpy'a Corners, by Theresa, I From Unadillo. liy Sidney, Franklin, Croon -I stone. '.-". '
upon( Hudson, Dob/! Ct'rr"Dear.oJ' Redwood, Plesis, and Blexaudria: G.-ntre, to From Savona by Bradford, Tyronettay nndV\,st e't'dth: to Delhi.''' f From Morristown to Walnut Grove. J .
; man'15 Tarrylown, :Sing Sing, Croton Lan. From Poughkeepsie by La GrangcvilleGrouse's Alexandria. North Reading, and Reading Centre, tu If ssk Fro'n Union. Society. by Baglev's Four ; From Millston, by Flaggtown, Beekmaa'i ri3 '
! din_ }? Peckikill, Garrissou' Cold Sprinjr, Store, Pleasant Ridge and Wais. From Wolcott, by Butler, South} Butler, Stream. Corners, Dig Hollow, and East Cill, to East Mills, Clover, Hill, and Reaville, Fleounj- tli.:P' ,
I'i l hkill Landiug, Carthage Landing;Nu w town to :South_: Dover.Poughkecptio 1 Savannah; Cruso, Montezuma, audFootervilie From Schagtiroke, by Easton, North Eas- Jewt-tt ton.From (::' J ..
Hamburg, HughsonvUle Wappinger'u Falls, by Manchester Bridge, to Auburn. ton, Coila, Greenwich, North Greenwich, From Union, to Friondsviile, Pa. Monnt Holly to Pemberton. t 1
,Poughkeepsie.[ Hyde Park, Stantdmrgh, Sprout Creek, Autursburgh, Beckman, aud : From Wittzboro', by Mamakating, P} llips. South Argyle, aud Argyle, to fort Ed- From Union, by Union Centre, and Maine, From Medford,by Shanung, Atsion,S oy', e \ ." -.
Rhinebck, Barrytown, Clermont, Germantown I'onquag to Pawlings. port, aud I HomawhackloEHensvilk I ward. to Nanticoke Springs. Inn, and Bass River Hotel, to Tu k.r- ,.. .
Livingston, Hudson, Stock port, Stuyvctant From Poughkeepsie by New Hackcnsack, From Wyoming by Midaleburg, and From Schenectady, by Hoffman's Ferry, From Unionville, by Clove, N. J. to ton. S jir., '..'. '.,
Schodack: Lauuing, Castleton, and Fishkill, Plain, Adriance, Stormville, and Bethany to Botavia. Cranesville, Amsterdam, Tribe's Hi'l' fonda, Deckertown. From Newark,by Bloomfield West Bloomfield k4 t'
Greenbusli,to Albany. PecksvSlle, to Patterson. NEW JERSEY. Canajoharie Palatine Bridge, fort Plain: Palatine From Upper Red Hook by Elizaville, Caldwtll! and Pins' Brook, to Par. 's !
From New York, to Stonington, Conn. Frotn Poughkeepsie by Pleasant valley; From Ashbury to Bethlehem. St. Johnsville, 3Ianbeim} Little Falls, Jackson's Corners, Pine Plains, and Pulver's sippany. S t
From Newark, by Fairvifle, and Joy.A Washington Hollow, IJ arts, village; Mabhets- From Barnsboro', by Hardingvilt, Elmer, Herkimer, East Schujler, and West Schyler, Corners, to North East From New Egypt to Arneytwon. :"
Sodus. vile, Lithgow, Amenia, Leedsvillehnd Amenia Centreton, to Bridgeton. to Utica. From Urbana by North Urbona Keuka, From New Egypt, by Homer's Town ;:t i to.
L., From Newburg, by t. Mills, Blooming Grove, and Craigsville to From Pougkeepsie by Freedom Plains, ville, Blairstown, and Slillwaterto Middle- Burnts ,Hills, and Ballston Centre to Balls- From Urbana, by South Pnltuey, and son's Mills to freehold. ni
Chester. Verbank and Chestnut Ridge to Clove. Pultney, to Branchport.From From New Brunswick to Bomerrflle. : r.
From Newburg. by Co\denhatn, Mont. From Poughkeepsie by Cum Elbow, Pleas. ville.From Berkshire Valley to MiLon. ton.From Schenectady, by Rotterdam, Prince- Utica,by Deerfield, North Gage and From New Brunswick by Sooth River t '
gomery'BuUTill, to Bloomlngburg.From"lwbarg. Plains Clinton Hollow, Schuiltzville, Bull, Prom Boonton to Montville. town, Duanesburjj, Quaker SteeL Schoharie, Groversvillc to Russia. Spo'ttwood and Old Bridge Cheeatq ke F
by Middleliape, Marlboro ant From Bordentown to Trcntoi. Middleburg Franklinton,Livingstonville Preston From Utica, by Frankfort Hill, Cedar to Middletown Point. S ri
Head and Milan to Rock City.From
Milton, and New PAltz Landing, to Pougbkeeptie. Pounnkeepise bv Nen Paltz Land. From Bordentown, by ShelltA'on Wailford, Hollow, add Cooksburg, to Durham. Lake North 'indtil"ldVest Winfield, East From New Brunswick by Six Mile 'Ron f. i!
S I ding, New Paltz Libertyvillo: 'fut.bill and Fillmore, to Inlaystown. From Schenectady, by East Glenville, Plainfield, West Exeter, Burlington Flats, Grlggstown Rocky Hill Blawenbnrg Hope ti'1 4
Lloyed, ,
: From Newburg, Walden, Ulsterville, El. Bruyiuwick, Red bridge, Crawford, From Bordentomn, by Cro, wicks, b Al- Chariton, Glennville] and West Charlton, to West Burlington, Garrotsville ; and New well, and Woods ville, to Lambertsville. : a-
lenville, and Woodburne, to Liberty S tf S
Lisbon, to Morris. From New Brunswick, Nuddlebush to
From Newburg, Plattekill, Modena, Clin Ulstervi.llomid: Burlingham to JJlooming- lentown.From Bordentown, by Eecklesstonn a. Galway.From Schroon Lake, by Schroon River, A Frnm.W.A. IJtiftA.,- \fMj hv-J Frankfort_ ____'__, Hill__on _Lthfi4L5 n_ ---,--yCedanille Millstoue. )mm,
I;f tond3le New Haven to Rosendale, and Fly burg.From Poughkeepise to Albany. cobstown, New Egypt, and Manchester\ to North Hudson, New Russia, Elizabethtown, Columbia, South Columbia, and From New Brnnswick,by Kingston Pri ee-
I: Mountain to Kingston.From From Poughkeekise Hiber- Tom's River. and Lewis, to Kc seville. RickfielJ, to Richfield Springs. tod Port Mercer. Trenton MorrisvilU (Peno. '
Salt Points
New Haven, by Texas, Port Ontario ma, Stanfprdsyille: Bangall by Altlebury, Pine From Branchv.t1r,by CoursenvilleDecker- From Schroon River, by Adirondac, to From Utica, by Clinton Oriskany, Falls, sylvania) TidJytomi Bristol, Bridgew UrfAndalusia
and Richlaud! to Mellen's\ Depot. Pla ns and Gallatinville to Ancrnm. town, and Beenurnville, to Branchvile. Lon" Lake. Solsville, Bouckville Eaten Vest Eaton, and Holraesburg to ,Pblladel
From Newport, by Norway, to Grays. From, rattsville by West Lexington to From Bridgetown by Fairton, Cidarville, From Scott, by Sempronins, and Dresser- Georgetown, Otselic. South Otselic, and phia. .
riU e. Gnfhu Corners. and Newport, 6 Dividing Creek. ville, to Moravia. North Pitcher, to Pitcher. From New Germantown by PattersrilU,to a'
From North Chili, by Chili, and Clifton, to From Poughkeepise by Hyde Park, Strata : From Bridoeton: by Millville, leesburg, From Schuyler's Lake, by Exeter, to West From Utica by New York Mills, Wales- German Vnlley,
; Whe&tland. borg, Rhtnebeck, Montery, Red Hook, Cler. Ewings Neckt nst Creek, Dennisvlle. Goshen Exeter. vile, and Manchester, to Westmoreland. From New Hampton by Washington, Oxford *
and\-.l"OruSortb\ Evans, by Pontiac, Vprsailes, mont' Livingston and Milburne\ to Hud Cape lay fishing Creek, md Cold From Seneca falls, by Canoga, East Va. From Utica by New Hartford; Clinton, Furnace, and Bridgerilla to Belvidere. 4
\e t Perrysburg, to Smith's Mill's. Spring, to Cpe) Island. rick, and Fayette, to Romulus. Deansville Oriskany Falls, Madison, Solsville From New York, (New York,) bj-JerMjr. .
( From Xunda via River Road' to Cannca'Lawrcnceville son.From Poughkeepsie by Wapping Falls to From Buyiugton, by Columbus, to George. From Shokan, by Olive Bridge, and Samp. Bonckvilie, Hamilton, Earlville, Shcrburne, City, (New Jersey) Newark, ESzabethtowo, fl .
ICft.From Fi&hkill. town. sonville! to Kerhonke. and North Norwich to Norwich Rahway, Meatuchen, and New Bmnitwiek
!: North LAwance by From Purdy'e Station, by Salem Centre and From Inrlinglon, by Jacksonville\ and From Silver Creek, by Forrestville, and From Utica, by Washington Mills San- Post Office, to the intersection of tola road.-
nd
NiColvUle.toIlopkintan.Chugay North Salem to KidgcfiVld (Ct.) Jobstown/ulinsLown, to Wrighstown.From Charlotte Centre, to Gerry. quoit, Clayville, Cassrille, North Bridge. with the Philadelphia railroad.
Putadaln From, O.denlbarg, 1)y Ftack"i1Jt", Canton, From Railroad by Mill Plain to Danbu. Burlington to Mount Holly. From Sinclairsville, to Charlotte Cen water, Bridfiewater, LeonardsvilleVest From New York, by Hobok.n,(New J.r.gey. 5
Malone, 'and North Bangor' to From./'amden, by Absecom, to Atlantic Edmeston, South Edmeston, New Berlin, .) New urban,, and English Neigbor-
ry.From tre.From to Pleasantville Depot Morris, West Laurons and Wrest Oueonta,
Sing Sing,
Ralhbonville by East Cameron and City. hood, to Ba:>>kenrack.
From gdensburg! by LibnVadding.. South Hill! to Jasper. Fron Canton to Hancock's Briedge.Fro to Oneonta, From New Yore, (New York) by Newark
ton, Madrid\! Norfolk Skaneatelea Junction Mottville, From Utica by South Trenton, Trenton, _
,by
LIl Rayomndi\'ille, Mal5e. From Ithineback by Milan and Pine Plains Clinton to Frenchtown. From Creek Boonville (New Jerafj,),Orange, South Orange MO-! .
Pack River Remsen Elder Leyden,
and lIoganlibl1rg, to Fort to the Railroad Depot in the town of North Fro Columbia, by Brotzmanville, Calno' to Skaneatles. bourn. Springfield, Summit Chatham ,Madi. ,
Co\ngton.! I Mill rook,. flat Brookville. From Skaneateles, by South Maicellus, Turin, raseville, Martinsbnrg' Lowville, Marristovrn Deavillo .
tasteJ.'rom
C3C41CM.Fr'm1 Oeap, I ly rortri11 Cores, Little Ricbmondvillo by East Worchester, Fftn Cranberry, by South Brunswick, toNeyBnfhswick. Marietta, Amber Ottisco, Vesper, Tally, and Stowe'a Square' Denmark and Rutland, to. son, to Hackettatown. Rockawaj.ajid.Dover ,. ; eiIijiFrom I
; Belh"ar, tiLturg: \\ lit Lad Nile and South to Fabi r. Watertomh.
WorcbeEtvr Schnevas, Maryland Apulia, York .
to) l'rieud5hip. ; From Utica, by Kirkland, LairdatHIe New New York, bf Kt* port
Deckertown Mount Smiteboro' Valley, Spen. t
tom by Salem From by Halsey
Milford to Oneonto. toM
NewJeryMiddl"towPoint, and HUtftbo- -
From Oueouta. ,L.y North franklin West Danb Ithica. Vernon, and Oneida Castle to Oneida Depot ,
Ouleont From Richmondrille, by'Summit, Chariottesville sink". New York.from cer, and to Freefleld. '
arid 23.mil *. and back sixHimea.& to rough, to
\ Meredith : Clarendon, wwjf
to Dt-Jhl, South Worcester and East Davenport DenTure Boonton, From South Byron by Byron,
Jri>inOuBojitaby West Oncoula. Ot da.: j Vermont. ljlavcnport. i Holly! and) Murry, to Hulburton. Froja; Dover, by Snckaianny, Darkesvillv, [To BE CONTXrID.3
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-- ;people of yfcrlJa-tLe. jx-ople of tbebola Sontb those on which our government is founded, and that Schley and Welli are also dead. The noblest tribut.1 U great reason for thankfulness to the Ruler of tLe CabeO M long M 1 I I0.-.\..- -
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storm BO as we ,
1TltrnnI. 1852 at W-.1eetiOa '
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p Inri i n't o justly entertain towards tmll8 N,rtbern men in them (when strictly adhered to) is to be found all that can be paid lo their memory Ls to say I spared and the lost and damage to property i fa no Coap_ r. tit

,' .- who proved untrue to their interest in the )bat Con that is necessary to constitute us a free people, and .died at their posta. 1 greater. wrong box aad I did not vote fcr him, and thllWaI.! co

'. .r-_ GOT. Brown hat espoused their cause and as the model nation of the'earth: ; and as Southern man Since the 12th, the average number of deaths have The rice plantations both en the South Carolina and Uif way with a large number WMfca, Hf dW.

;; TALLAHASSEE : nitned their deft nee here and it'is hardly reasonable to feeling even now more sensibly than ever,that a firm adherence been from t 15 to 20 per day at which it still contiauet- Georgu sides of the Savannah River were inundatedfor suit them aDd they intended that b* ahoold U AL?

--f suppose'that a more intimate coooection with them to one of those principles to-wit t a strict construction mile*, sad! the crops almost entirely destroyed ted, and we all intended that at thtt election we WUOM"bring ,.

Saturday, September 23, 18.54. will change his feelings or conduct towards them un- of the constitution of the United; States, (the We find in the Taml'Ia'Qld'a lengthy and wel!1 Air the rice that had been cut was washed away,-. forward a DeW ttandard bearer and if Mr.r.

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written editorial in reply an appearedin to with .
_- bond of Union is be go
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must
-.- -. leN his opinions at to their soundness undergo a very our ) our only hope fur preservation The loss of the planters very great. WeW
: i 'l'DRM5.Thru Dollar per annum if p:diD- decided change. of our rights, as well as security for the perpetuity the Sentinel on the 22d! ult., in which CoL SMITH In Charleston the gale was scarcely lest severe and do to, and if not w. would bid theta de.

advance: 13 60 if paid within six month of.tie.time I I. of the Union, (to which I have ever clung) I feel justifies his come out" in a manner that shows hetcttd destructive than in Savannah. Great damage was might defeat w thia time M we defeated Ua Aijj
.: *f tubscribing ;and 400 at the end of the year. AdTrti HEAD THE EVIDENCE. tioand from a sense of duty based upon an impartial ,time but we would by tWe line of
.I"wlI1l\
Ly
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? % every ron J***** ij and patriot done to the Wharves, and the shipping the harbor it
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OneDollar .
ements. pcroquaroof 12 lin for first, ism to sustain those But hiTeetigatkia of fact. If the Southern Whigs general : him finally, diD fbtnraw wooii .
principles. let thai
and fifty Cents for all subsequent iu rtit\ftL- Announcements Gov. Brown and Co-operation. me say suffered considerably, though not as much as was at ,_
F :t' of candidates. Five Dollars each,a1sayA I do not belong to that day of men who thin rtery !v would divest themselves for a moment of party first feared. The schooner Parker Charleston and party under a new leader aDd a1t1aoap ) c-

; to be paid in advance. IMipioun; Obftuary andMar-) The course of the Sentinel in serting the falsity thing fair in politics; ," and can see nothing in those prejudice and candidly examine the antecedents of Isabella and the brig Eureka were sunk. The Mercury and bit particular friend might DOt cLo ee

riage "Notice.not exceeding 12 line,mile published of the report madeeby our Columbia" correspondent who differ with them politically to admire or approve. both pvtiet North, and the position they now occupy i to come io, we would try to do ricb& trea .tT*

3' L 1 tate gratis.*r legal tJF"CertiSeatoa notices of any description of the pnbtktionofes-will be given of Go,. Brown's speech at Alligator on the authority but take pleasure in not only doing thenwwi tiaiidr with reference to the South.it strikes us that they could MY&'nis is one of the heaviest and most protracted them.

until the advertising fee i is paid. of Gov. B. himself has called out "Columbia" below jitttice, but in sustaining them so far as my judgment not do othf rwiie than unanimously come out" froma gales that has been experienced here for many years, CaMl Jn-V-Thenl-Udieiiemrt- .;D I.ic,

overLie own proper signature, in vindication of approves their action. I will go further, and say that longer dViliation with a party which has on so many and it is somewhat singular that it occu-red on the er any co-operation between tie fritadt of Mr CabeU
: I occasions been "weighed iu the balances and found semi.centennial anniversary of the great pie of 1804, and Mr. Brown. J
; the truthfulness of Lis ttt'lI1cutlW'e bad no doubt I think every citizen should feel that he has a direct am only .onj J'\.W
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. so memorable in the minds of our ancient citizens ,
S that be would be able to clear his skirts of the foul interest iu sustaining tbe reputation of the public met wanting; forno candid unprejudiced mind can say of which took place on Friday the 8th of September of this position tooDer. It a tree 1*.. .

FOR CONGRESS : imputation sought to be cast upon by him the central of the State, and when represented) in Congress by the Northern Whig party in view of their past course that year. pered and I bare more than ntpeeted it,hot now ti,

.4 : organ of tbe whigs and fix the dcMrc to mislead the such men as the Hon. E. C. Cabell or our present representative that they cai be safely trusted on the slavery ques i More injury has been done to the wharves and improvements cat j it out of the wallet, aad I only Wat Ifr./iLj.
HON.: : A. E. MAXWELL. tion. They lave the shadow of I both on Cooper and Ashley Rivera. Fora was in the State and that hu boat )
minds of the people as to GOT. Browns true sentiments A. E. Maxwell what Floridian, whether proved beyond a of true -
1' time the made
of the
considerable se a
I. .. : ._ with regard to Northern whiggcry in an altogether wbig or Democrat. would not feel a just sense of pride doubt that hey have the will and lack only the\ might complete breach portion over the Battery the spray\ being hearted friend from Pentacola to Key Wilt vSd oa.

1 FOR REPRESENTATIVES FROM LEON : different quarter. But Mr. Jeffreys does not animate his LO'c.'rn''r I the representative to a great to tl''lmplepon our rights and our institution seimetimes blown clear over the roofs of the adjacent J ly know the game tha is being played they woaM

rely upon his own statements entirely to show that he extent is tnpposed 1 not only to reflect the will but the Rather tlnn admit our equality in the Union, they buildings. The water on East Ba street. was in many rise b the might of their political magnanimity,.
Green Chaires, 1 Jos. B. Christie, have nothesitated to violate the most solemn places four feet deep and backed up through Atlantic at the voice of
., f did not misrepresent or pervert the Wl.ig candidate's character his constituents.t pledges, one man would they prodain Mr.Ct.
Water-streets into Meeting-strwt, a large
: trqt J. B. GalbraIth, | Wm. Fisher, Jr. remarks at Alligator. In the following certificate t be I I trust then that the Governor'* organ, as well as anti disregard the most binding obligations ; and we portion of which was covered to the depth of two or bell their first choice and they would on the 3d W P-

: brings to his aid two of the mot.t prominent nnd respectable -I. him, elf: will do me the justice to suppose that I was Lave no reason to I Io.>k f.>r au> thing else than a con- three feet. All the cellars anil yards contiguous are tober prepare the same east for Mr.Brown u.'ota

: Removal Question. gentlemen of Columbia County, who weiei influenced, I by soiwi more honorable motive than a tinuntim uf tl.is unscrupulous hostility in the future.I I of course submerged, and many beautiful gardens are aH prepared for him in 1852. But every dog kts WI
The rotera of the State will bear in mind that the I''! intlicrpuHic Such bring the case, and the Democrats completely destroyed for the present seasem. The We will
: present and .LeI\l'J.the fjxHfh referred to, and) whoso'character wMi to or private injury. by mlinprtsentation of the North day. begin now to organize for the
prat
.It. .q question of a Removal of the Capital is to b* voted for '''rndty'tn the seiupvlout editor of!! nn.1/.,111,*,*>.. 1 attended both) of those meetings having taken the noble stand they have in favor of work Uattery}being itself washed has been away greatly and the damaged flagging, undermine the wood-! tion of Mr. Cabell and Whig principle Bare ftJnfc*

.,' : on by the people on Monday tbe 2d October.Th the Smtintl will ih't dare to impeach. We recommend I'! cvitiiinly with no feeling of uiilkindiiess or prejudice even-Landedjmfice to every section of the Union, and I e n the E.t-tern front 'While a considerable portion of many and noble hearted and they win tt* titt

: T:$ Oeala Run i it entirely mistaken in charging Uieeditor their statement to his prticuluntteut(;- towards ('.,,\. Brown, but as an attentive listener having sLon-n (that they respect our rights and are dc-I the concrete and stone facing on the Southern front GOT. Brown and lila new party do not rid.rowfc.

4 of tbe floridian_ with having hid himself L i I rvr ."\. n..J st:4..tft'ti: oA':." tt.I I he 1..1 eomeI termined to aid us in maintaining and defending Las been destroyed. All tbe wharves, on both rivers over him and thus pet him down for
; b bind the signature G.,' and inserting Li* ISM.t t 1 I blieman. from tie assaults of fanaticism hare been more or less injured. their bulkheads being vrti-tmHf
anonymous AI LIGATOR ptembor 14, considerable as a I entire- 'We ommt for the this
reputation rt was the life damaged and n'ankins riPped no by the violence of, way remind me of another__n _Wt__. 1Dt.__.,___
: i:?. own remarks HS a communication on this subject- The underfignod. Lnvinp had their nttontion called) Iv afl"int'tf! in finding the Flatfo'in of Whig of us see how any; true lover of the South can hesitate -I the waves ; while bales of' cotton, firewood lumber taking.: 1fr. CabeU' namei on the Bro.,

communication referred to was from the pen of to an editorial in the Sentinel of the I:th. in wl.ichtb* frinfiphf laid down unless the assertion tlmt tlc as to the propriety of the course recommended I and sedge from the marshes, were carried upon the ticket for the Legitlatnrein Leon audit fcw 2JJkot*
::4i:44tV'.t .. a gentleman of this city in no way connected wiib the statfinouts made by a respondent! of the Floridian :]. by CoL SMITH, viz : The affiliation of all flood in many cases, nearly to East Bay-street. The
& Jounial over the signature. d" Colutni.C ate ]pr>>- od! I party i issue were itvt obsolete, was intended to parties at I Mount Pleasant House nearly destroyed that be ha written from Virginia have bis IWDI
Ferry was
:'. press, and was published in the Si ntintl as well a- nnuuecd l 7'alpOl.hjfrbe, on the autlioiity of 6'or.liiovn commit him to the future support ,>f such measures as the South with the Democracy of the North who are and the boat-buil'Hug shop of Mr. Burk removed from taken off the ticket. Why has it not been done i"

.i: t; i this paper. The best evidence that its arUmeltl Itiniitelf. we feel that the cause of trurh re- I| a Hank of the United States, la, .c. uncontaminated with free iliMii. With refeieuc to its foundations. In many cases the water flowed into Why, because yon hope to get the advantage of tLe

. : ; I are unanswerable, i to b found in the fact that the quires that we should tae that we were present on I was also surprised to find entire absence of those, the action of the two parties on the Nebraska bill, the the CA liars and basements of store, damaging goods influence of his name while iti ia remaking oa the ticket
the occasion wht-n Gov. iVown i is said to have used the
and fixtures to considerable extent In this
$ 'JI ': ditor of the Sun IOes b temper in attempting to language attributed to him in the communication of enlarged! comprehensive and statesmanlike views herald says :- upwards of fourteen a hundred sacks of salt were way destroyed j and just before the election hi. name wil proUrMy

reply t it Columbia: ;" that we Live examined said communication which his reputation hud led me to expect and finally.I While this bill was under discussion, and before in a store on Brow n's wharf. I be stricken from the list and then there will not

i:4M% 5F"&XD: rMIESJTATlXGLYS.tr: THAI TilE sun I felt my respect' for him failing, when be tonk the its final passage, the great mAjority of the southern Considerable injury has also resulted to many buildings be time for the news to spread over the Slat that Mr

: To Correspondents. MEVTfl ART H'ESTAXTIALtT TKVE IN EVERY PAR |j: ground that he could not affiliate 'With those Demo- P*>ple, irrespective of I'artiuny approved of it.and in the city, by stripping them of their roofs and Cabell refused to run on tbe Brawn Whig heist n"
borne from brief TICULAR! jS?} and when we recollect the the southern press narrowly watcli-d the actions ia some plaes the thoroughfares
a trip were
;. Westward Returning foccd 0 Thursday favors and rmphatu I'( the Governor on the ('' ,rnr/.cyj I: crats who had sustained our constitutional, rights be'because of the partiu: in Congress, fU.J promptly pas-tl I w-n- from the continual falling of dates and tiles.dangerous for the State Legislature. This look a little like you
'. we awaiting us very many cannot but feel surprise that be should hare nuthcr- '' those from the North '-'re" whipped. and i I thee of disapproval urum thoi-e who opposed the were afraid of Mr. *'. friend at home or abroad

: from eorrcFpondents, some of which only we have i ised contradiction.. We also take pleasure in Baying j I dropped up to it, and voted tumbling in t-'i'ir fhoe*," i 'measure"wIietlier wh'gs) ; or dem.x-nits anJiipem' tIe From the great violence and duration of this hurricane and now be assured sir, that the friend ef Mr.Cabell t'
been able find room for. .Southron" makes a that the writer signing himself Columbia.j is a I final passage rf the }l.ill v.hen it. was found that tr"T there can be but little doubt that it is the regular -
IIb'.4 t reply but saw no reason why the f the South should 1 will this hostile organization at the
Whigs ( meet tbies&
'; very >
to the Sit zets *' "Pistols and Coffee" article in G"t'uteMan.rbo would scr.ni to make willful misrepresentation ncrtlifrn vh'y picsent, mtedrrjainit the meature, the I equinoxial gale, and if so, Florida will most
.. his best but defer I either for political or other purpose not keep up the party organization with those e-f tbeWorth. wbiu press of the! South j romptly! "denounced", their probably escape its frightful visitation the present ,bold. They will now finally lay Mr.Brows on the
vein W." are positively obliged to WHIT SMITh Feeling that his views as far as \( ') conduct, as evincing a spirit of fanaticism an,J injustice I sb lf. and in 185ft they will call on the old CtotH)

# i for a 'W(k It is a good thing. and will not spoil I JAMES S. JONES. should! be known to all the peorle of the State I 'J'1 to the South no longer to Le tolerated! by southern year. Whig party of Florida to rally again under&bbaMr,

by keeping. Our enterprising Country friend 'who : Here we have it in black mid whitt. However tbe said communication and before doing eo, lad access -, a whigs.* the uacl-c The Florida'WIl'.lgt'll";f'ntille1"e of the have l long regarded I Foa THE FLOHIDAX AND J ::.\.. and then, sir, we will show yom bow Cabell IThig" )
,4; fends Of his t- organ whig party of
us iigl>
'p 7, wood a description Machine"' eha'1 Improved also Lave Tar A j Gov. Brown's ,views may have changed since then, I to notes taken of his speeches by a W/i'y, which Florida. Tlie central position: of that print the great I A Dialogue. can live through drougth.I

Di-pnsr hearing t tfccr. " 4t_ .J.Ji ? next week. care compelled reluctantly] to clos* our and tile M:.. Er'1T01l.-1 sometimes seek recreation and inlaying up -
indications
: at Alligatcr, nndv ith all ttc" tarwtuievs-!I <* 9 than r.fmy suqriH'thl.'o I saw in the Sm.i of its future able cor duct in the ,but the substance of the abere dialogue it beW
: .ta..: .. columns on him: to-day.-Several other communications bands e>If i its: present Editor arid proprietcr. !> a-ide fur a few moments the laborious duties of
justly
and verjcmcDce"1 for which the Srutinfl gives'Lint lint of the 12th. a p.tat n.-It said to l.ave LeenautLonzcd whispered in many circles and it ittuffickuttoarootetbe
share the same fate. 'i, | entitles it to 'ttat7appelili..n.! Well tie i I seek the of those who
a oecupation usutily society
', S | credit a< a speaker that Le could, fiod in the Northern by Gov. Ermrn himteff! tf.at It u'teied no I j itself, was net La(k\"arl! in its nunrutiwis S"tiut"1.1 friends of Mr. Cabell in every pottioaottl.StalrI
-4 We woulJ of fries in the vanou [ and who throw
cr intelligent the
request are can light
.. wLic* fill the patrk-tL-ra and rrcraid! for Southern ittrh laiiiKOZt asthut altr.luttdto: htm i ritkrret Al- : era wliiggery; n"r did that pap r(tli"l'Timilltt between I upon various know that Mt. CabelF immediate trieaSnla-

Counties to f.rvnrJs the re'un-s cftL clcciiva: sosoon ,: rirhi c(Mutry TO IN UUC IllS FUTURE-.'i$ Uyiivr or clxfirhnt", and flat when here on L:* 'tII t', the sound aini iround: but counseled the 'Whiz if: suljocts arid issues nowbeing discussed and upon tioos as far as I have seen or heard from.H.iidig-
., 'c as they can procured.. OrtR.TIOX' ; f1'i.b. to "r.u-h tl.cir JIB"! ..f flU fo'nlT'atJ.y "itbioitLei : wLieh the people will soon be called to decide at
: $ j WITH THEM AS A PAiflY' And I I! t to Tallahassee, /.hud Irnrnlid the rJ-afyt afjls; : nant at tbe treatment be has received aDd tVt ftey
1 u li.gH nii r.cEm.zy! th.j'JI'l'd ::11 i it"J'J"-i- ; the ballot Lex. I like to be able to vote intelligently
.. 1 'if I lie Lss since ttat tire; Kn cue: to change thi nnd thnt liriH'1flilHif.J." J ud: not &ttc:.d tUtl I til'U tf t-nt rv. Now n''Iutfd.r, : c.\jr Jh'IlI' are opposed to GOT. Brown. This i* sa&ient to tile

1 .' Madison Female Seminary. ': opiaf: it ftrike* u- tit! it would Lave: been inliuitcly: : discussion 1.ae. but nudcntood. that Le made: eme allusion !"JrlrIt! i it wa t1 at !Lcire t ''-r ,Iv" devel p.\| : and whatever my party attachments may be, I am ,. When the near personal friend or relation*of a public
J; We to call attention tic adt'C'r-Jf nortliern: to and conviction. I therefore like
arj ,
requested to reason to
w Lie > :iif>rj to if it Va. open
nvre msi.ly: End Lnif-n-Ue! to Lave candidly nckuowfired !- to penny a-!line writer., pwKni'.chig. tl.tir.it.:.!- :, opj- slavery not tL*"irpjx"U man resent an indignity or wrong, I feel assured tbtt
:' raent of this Intitule in another column. It i is now. I < ;. II t't tL. Ne-l.rat.ka bill Nuthinv eleiuvokiii -i hear both sides argued fa.irlv. and then I will vote asa
;
L;* error and Lis rfwntauce] than to have nt mints la general tt-nn unlike, but if Le had designa.; ;, .sK-ti.-nul : 1 lad { it ia time for his other friend to be morkig. 1 bold
4 :t we loam, supplied vhh an ib'e tnd ciEcieU corr* ofTeneLers ; attest l.dq taken pLe. liD] i ifl i pjitrirt, and not as a blind party man. It was but
.
..i.., t t.airt tt. rusl:ed It-tt. upon since that I Lad) strolled
&iupl to :w !& n few ever.irjgs out to refresh
uroncunc! to hurl the liranu" fal&ctod! "Lissiiig" at the head. t: uounced tntin "J l&l"," there! were persons present' who lint measure cs a test cf norrhfrn wLig faith -y-t i iisre I consent to condemn him by voting for GOT. Btowa
lies a tboiough ucation ; und jul tLit i" Dt'Ct ian- 1-iss a little and to Lear whatever of interest that was
at to determine
wholly the
a .
':t cf a gentleman who Lad repal ted the truth and nothing : could and would Late placed tie Irahdij JilHlwJ. : iinpoit! of hie: I will either not vote at all, or vote for Mr.Mazwtl\
|
I to secure i it* eucce-M and ftnnctttnee i it a !little effort Lingunge, or the feuudation LJX 1' which it i i. based.It .- 5 P3r.*r-irir.c. when I passed! nAt where a couple of in-
I but the U '. But we have no reason tosuj( 'p*: wbrie it pioptrly bel*>iig<'. I i idesr.. IK>Wever, tLat tLe Sentinel who is reported to be a most excellent and able rtjresentative. .
ar.d
; str./i
en the part of the fri LJs of hf-me tc\oi ia our : t"itigf"r.tLi were apparently engntred in a
that change has uAe-n, in Li miiid orr.e. i and so I would advise all Mr. CabelTt
a plaro as to the GlJfl'l\liie.1] : ti-rrris.adri-eJ tt.e.wl.i a of Florida to !
While I tat! the has KT I
State egret nwity arul fn sssuniing I
:. what warm and cnirnat! ns!ir>a I loitered for
a
{ ; *cuij.nC6s' of tLe S.rIHn! Wl.igs. In idmint !: abandon all nnexion with their u rtl.i-rn l.rttbi>n, friends to do. COir A&
every : tliU attilude towards CJov; r:n>w n, he \\it\s hit' '
and mnmrnt to Lear what Lad to and learn
rfr. Le 'I with tLis rtdtiee Ufire us we wrote tLe Rrticlt they lay, to -
has made Fukc'
: tT; Mr. Cl.belll1:1s declined to ullow tif name to epef-cl. quenT to the one at AlligaU : me uo alternative, ati.l I shall -LntiV fif-m r.o re.jjie>ii" ujxi'i 'l.il.h the Sfiitinel, oon.rr.e-ijfs. the rf'3"DThy two \1w! sLouTd! DP go troubled .1 The Candidates at Quincy.CorsTTSep.20

; ; l.eusod ts a candidate f-rtbe Legislature on the r. Le has aesuiiic 1 grounds which po to confirm ,;IJi Iit-! If, since uttering those s d.timer.t..l.e ha Now we could in t aiilivif&te. that HIP Srntii": I t.> rec- i.cie! tl.efr psiti..r.e. It prov"l to be a ktx.tty -
tlle'Jef that if e'r-'ted Le will! in the future "0 wi i.M find it i.cc M5iry: ;.t ?'.. i-.riv a rl;."J I. Gin.ozy
ticke tidTbomu I op- ahmnrd of and i is j Jot gin'dift'r"Dt I 8U.
WLig Hay ward, EM]. of this city become llietn di.pd to repudiate ct-uiirel. have { t I qse.tii D and one that pave rise: in tLe cnnrse tf tie nr- .
:
z: ir: about aa eoon Ut the one as the (.(her. I .., he plated that !lie tl.11 1 seen ** MI EMUEXCJ; TUIT i 1ave th'-ujrLt it much more creditable to him to have warrant this nuHlification; of tLo Sentinel's views. as We I of the g..ntlE'OIf'n was a warm Brown man ; the t the denoeraey of"old Gadsden." At you are aware;
in* THE NOaUflL'V14IO PARTY Asct->soij>i>." TI." f.cttliit !it was tbe day appointed by
iutteai) aj utterly opptMcu te the formation Hci..r..l owindefatilie&pre.
j t tnid *"J"iaitUy. e>Lurling tlc Lr.unl cf faoehood ( par other was an eqnnllv warm and zealous friend of Mr.
S ?%* i TJ tc' :.lIt::.:l *n iU notice of tile] ci-cuwion i in tbit I : out Oi" thor entire dt-:gatjti in Ctlt. rl' !,'iot one "hisi'it/ tLc head of" CoIumLia." in lie favor upon fir HiU-rt>atit41al ".r nny ..tJ...,r e;r..niJ. W* are I Cabcll, and I will give IOU the .ul Mnoe of their remarks tentative in Cocgma, A. E. Maxwell to n** VM

firvtSIPf city: en the 14th, insL u es the fnllnwirnj ::-=ae: t cvuld l< foucd to ci't "Lit v.te in favor (f tlic jxttjtiveI WILL O. JEFFREYS. J I this(>otnJ i'rrvuig we wrote a national the artioleand! r'lcizatin.made tLc and to1'rmiste : people of this County and give mo*i rmt oflu sUw
: I I rept-al of the Mirsouri reftrictun vhich 1 La Lim elfodaiits sug-- ardsliip. Well did be perfurm that dntr the flieS
*" According) whkh tLe nrllf i as
previous arrnement.he ]!'us..i.f i geti4i is to Sentinel olcts ; aunitn: : I J-nr'l1' 117V I Lave no with such '-'
patience
was opened by Mr. W., in a pech f half an Lour ougLt to Lave ben rq>*ulitir>u nt that tirn.,ti t- mena [ Monday in Octobe will tboir.
'b4ti: : ; ..; :i by briefly re-ferriug to the rcj rt of '."'. Er, 'i/" their: ptiniftrr etir-ts re promulgating; resolutions; :I they could eee no nay of preserving natuitalcrennizati.Lut .., you are. You profess t<> I Ire a WLig; yoi/ have | It was known about what time he would arrive at

4i.4 speech at Alligator. pub'UheJ ;r. the P-' r ,! ., tad] bittcly lDunc.t"r-; f tlii.ee! North'in ieni'cratowh.oruppd.rtcdtLeNeLra.ka TIll: Jacksor.viHeVir: ; of the IGth contains a letter to co-oprate with tLoteuottLern: nicn who bet i .I always been "ne of thc leading Whigs in your section; our village and the Qniney Band very generously
5r.jT. commented upon by that jwpcr vith fl r/rtr to itnft&eh Cnlll at.ath&rVLig! who has felt! t' truiieJ to ""mt' bLowti ,l-terniiirtti"n: ta .lo ju.-tee: to all sl'eti.8 ofthe :I we have looked to you for aid ia all our contest and
1'r.. Li'.l: lecaun ( : went out a short distance to meet and escort him in
: Ail toundaeii Ley thereby ,
; ;, : and int'tnily on Hit ttaetruyuetlltn. out" on the fi.J. of truth, mid ripudlutc: the Lernirs'f (<'clitr) trgurtHess "t the criisequeLces. We are have never ben disappointed before. but now, when
." manif''r tcd a ihsjx-ition t.> accede to the South herjubt awnro that the northrm m fi who v<-.te-I! fir tLe Nebra4a I' and it would have brought to your nix the good oU
: ,,' Those acquainted with the disposition i of the Seiiti- I rights and pledging! the party to exert every effort 1 i. his rrtyultll.i It i is a ctudid: atu! forcille *:Jateut t bi'.l; ar.- ck-irfed with lvinbteu "l>ngLt i-'p,1* we are more than ever in need of your influence you days of Franklin Pierce to have teen Uwm eoanog ia

8 rich to misstate and misrepresent facU, will not be to secure iU repeal!-the fact that only, 5 of them : m'- i.f the reasons by wLith Le was iaCiii-nced t.\"wLipped iii" Ac- but we Lave ee inorvi't-nceofiL! are oppt ed to us. with music sounding and flags flying. Really sir, I
tike tLis Mr. BLITC. we u dvtanJ.. has Lilherti linth tIC iLow eLargrs, In.j uiifil some reliable! testimony -
.4 surprised at tie cflorlhcre made to place w in a false opposed the recent movement to repeal the Fu- i step of the facts i is made nr.rU..r.lU' dttm it un- Calell W/tig-You arC right, sir. in saying I have did not think there wa to much "t"fft'Tt w ear
an-1} iuiluentiul nieiiibirof tLe
; ; light befcir. it* readers, and attach an unjustifiable five SlaTe Law which be himself in 1S52 (tit 4' i been a proiiuent kind and improper to mtutaiu such <.hr' el. always l>een a Whig, and a zealons one and that is the County. As soon a* Mr.Maxwell turned into tie
construction Governor's whig party in Duval Cuuuty. We subjuia a brief extract The resultf the vote the Nebraska bill 1 is not rea-on why I cannot support Gov. Brown forCetnjre street to Hathana'HoUl. the
to what we have said in reference toGo Mcffnge, page 19 Home Journal. Sesof : $ ', Brown"* Alligator speech. In our comment 1832-3) said wonld be tanamount to aneorJ f.rrnal I fiora his lC'ttcr- in tie, leaf surprising. If we turn to tl.! record and !. :I hxve lung looked upon the principles of blazed forth like thunder which wa ties sips fcr a
upon I examine the voteupon the fugitive; sla.eb'll:: i in 180.1 j
yt that mid AI'Irc'I.JL1ie.'lD., I cannot surrender royStaterigLtsi I ;! I the Whig party as meaning something more than roth of"the the tb
l most extraordinary speech to emanate from a nofi/fca'roi/ f-fthr umtillitiZHfti r>f Iur' here we Lave a precedent &r that \ote. Out of the : general sovereigns"to Hotel, moor
t;. t Southern man, at this time, we }have never FaiJ a Xorthan Irtthren ixixe.ra TO ABII.E BY THE Cc>N. nTtnoN ,I piiufiil 1 ,{1, ed.tosevertLecdidnfji.irty'.iiii.''!, aiid tn t-uj-t.iin them in in>wliKhisJendcrO'liijiartdtiUhe opiriie-n' I am ..lifty-dgbt whi;;* bun f! e from the free States in Cr.n-I. mere opposition to the Democratic party. They have popular aid worthy candidate. TIle old sad this

vord with a view to impeach" Cov. Brown's "soundness ./ or THE U.MTF.n SrATEs"-all these furnish "110:S coiiij! cord that )1'and, tLis Uuiou toge'her.I ,iss. when that Liilvus {J.'**-:!. only! three rote
: ;! and integrity on the slavery question ;" nor can evidence" (;0\-. Brown now that his "X ortl'C'm' I have voted with tLe WLi; party for t1.iltyyear. it. and nft "-\-e ttgainct; it.:1J out of the fifty IJeni I I know Mr. Cabell wed and I have been his fast personal seemed anxious alike to take Mr. Maxwell by tb*
,.. any but forced construction make our language eutI Lr'tLrC'D." ns a party cannot be relied on to resrmSouthern Lave lutlierU-f looked uj> .n that party as my ,'sanie time tWl'nyulllc"Cltt'tl fur tie lull 'Mail aid political friend ever since he first run forO hand and say to him-Well done, then good and

I #: tey any such idea. GOT. Brown, we have never rights and Southern institution And i if Le' I "ii//nu "at,'" In If facU j>.lilical" which matter ttubborn But th*thii recentrtrres.{ !. and I bow that Go,. Brown is opposed to faithful servant; welcome to old ..* Well
II *. doubted i dl'\"tl"J].1eLI.ts ( wro 'fr,)m the free State in favor of the Li!!, and Mr. Cabi-ll-wiikiy opposed to him in politics and sir I will
I is take
at heart a true Southern man aDd one as believes them sound then what is to prevent his < !'IR* ciusvd! the scale* t<> fall from my eye*, and I "w : not yew through tie shaking of buds
: ranch attached to the peculiar institution" of Liu ture co-operation with them as a party I" Nothing; andthe \"iw the i IJ04.iti..n oftLe parties i ia a verY di:er111iV nlntt'tiith to IL Tr..*..fir- .the- .w. liig-'r-* frvin ttu., the. free...-i States.. .t .of.h.e[>[[KC<| : tbat Lc contributed largely in our last election to H.- ml the little side (talk which he wa eeanwB t ._
i fc** feat 11-: 'Voell before the and I will
f-- w:- -- r- -', -- | people never puticipete in from rmL of peop&e to ace tile na
section as any other of her sons. But while this i ij. is legitimate conclusion is that eo far from waahhuy I ceased j to to Diis- I upon! the latter }bill i is not surprising. We have nodctt'xe f
to tome as a
_.. fui Ihcr to do appear ipnm faluut' to enter the arena of warfare and take up .'id! support any man who is opposed to Mr who bad made the best speech made
: the case, hi* partisan j-tj"J-_..*.>- -.> ..._ -** L: i. .1 vruciug tu HHV anylbrig lead m. I am hot an humble Citizen. I get my pnrliztui we very n Cbngrttt
\ H-HXf6.V as to totally blind him to the utter cnsonndness of"the with thtm he will contribute Lis aid towards perpetuating living bv the sweat of the I.ro'111.1'e suff-red I'I deprecate the bitt -me." of party strife, but we regard! I Cabell, aud by eo doing say to the world that Mr. Ca.: in defence of the right of the South aa th u.V
.
.'+ L }* ; Northern wi-vi; rf Lie; party and make him willing to the old national e.rganization, without even so mv elf iniJk..Ili1.JDatl( othcnLy) the opinion .fother" ..and it a duty ul'reIii"a1 well OW as a!'privilege opinions -of freely"every citizen all tojorm subjects Ml i is wrong and roust be put down and Gov. Brown DOf perhaps be very interesting; 1zt ri1 tab1Gl"

;-, plae grt-aVr u-liance! in th -m than would be consistent much as requiring them to repent and come back and followed l my party, right or wniig, of a plitical character, and without up u rendering I u right and must be raised to power on Mr. Cabell's he stand where the speaking took place. The *

>1 1 ,itb eitLfr the safety or honor of the Soutlu to the raruinal priicipes of the whig f.Jtb"! Whether out when! an I take investigation a rttr "jK-ctive'view of any principle(.f the at ,i i..sue.litical nth-I.himself n,ve arily olm,...ivu% t<. tLe iiiiputation ..[ being ruin. These are my sentiments, and 111 stand by Ca- bate was opened by Mr.Maxwell n a tpeetb eflalf

f q Though he may be perfectly sound and li* integrityon the. Pzoru are prepared] to give theirfanc'J"u and ties. I see InV, former errrrnnd eojifejs:, that|' the course | a partizai.: In the tn an tnn: w,' tt-tj'Ier" r ir tLriiiI l.ell.and whn Le falls 111 fall with him, an bonr and_ continued by one of fall two boon by

the slavery question viewed abstractly] may be approval to such a cvuite, tLe ttccnd cf October will of th., National; Dem ELIJAH: IJLFI'CzI.Yellow )Win the iend Mr. Cabell but know
show. arttl l fr its oii i I :; fi of you must Mr. MaxwellMr.
unimpeachable, yet that would not make the results particular eoi-wr
t : T5rfX*' of practical indiscretion on his part, in giving "aid People, of Florida; the i=fjei ill now plainly! before null ask our 'fiu-nd -"e-dit.r sf the} Sentinel." tilt, Mr. Cabell i is not considered, a sound Whig, and Maxwell commenced by stating to tb* people
how long Iu expects to Le Li* j.rt--ti inir.il, un.l I IwlutLer tMuh! we like him personally.yet would never that he had been selected the standard bearer 01
and comfort" to tlx*< who arc not socnd any the you. If you wish the re-prteeijtative cf your \iewg to Fever. j I ; may
lea W do be who find in the iti.tl1 wi may iiot anti'-! >ate anotLtr change ;a LieI 1 do to rely up n Litn further as Whig. lIe deserted he dcmocrcay in thi) canvass, and thanked the pto-
t pernicious. fJ not dCire to be understood| a man call opp
I' ft as laying that GOT. Brown is intentionally pursuing a i NorthernVhigs- (to tLc Nebraska bill,) ALL THE PAT- tearfully in 1I.t'3unah, sweeping off its citizens with! a us iu the last Presidential election. He would pie for the good opinion they entertained of him; bat

-, .: conm caktilaUd to give aid and comfort" to the aiormu AND UECAED ma SotTUEBN RIGHTS necesiar'c rapidity that is truly nj'palliig. Up to the 12th insL. The not support Gen. Scott for the Presidency and be and more especially wa be pleated with the*ride e* W

abolition faction ; but that the practical remit of to insure Li, future co-ojtcratiou Vo-il.h them u* a party the mortality from tLU cause had nut exceeded 20 in The A'Jantic cc-ast has been Gale- Gen. Morton, our Whig Senator in the Congress of the lad teen displayed since be bad been ti using ft*

;J rocne of La tpcche made! in Florida during tLe present ," vote for the Whig candidate-:lcct Gov. Brown. auy one ilay but on that day uo less Ibnn ."6 victimswere destructive: ravaged by one of the i United States. both deserted us on the Southern Con. State or the confidence of the people iD Uw good old

campaign would be to cause no little rejoicing in : and we think there is very little doubt but that yuur hurried to their l.mg homes and 15 from otbt-r most gales that Las Lcen witnesied (or ; ventk issue in 1650,and it is proper that they should democratic doctrine He tben'detafled a*succinctly u

.. '' their rack*, no tUuking man will doubt; fvr Li! dt- fetlingt in tLat respect will be faithfully represented. causes. The Georgian, alluding to this alarming increase fifty years. Tim' wind commenced blowing oa Thursday both. be dropped by the Whig party and Le made to sibte the course"he bad tbaeght best to pursue da*
"be
7th iwt
and
I nie'Lt
). Bctxutloo of SupLen A. Douglw, the author of tie Bet if you Lave "forfeitt-d your confidence in them,: remarks by 11 o'clock on Friday feel the weight of Whig displeasure. ring his term of service b Congress and told the pso19tbat -
ad incieas
to hurricane'
.. :. Bill vLkL LJU developed tLe real fetlicgt cf LI* fr by reason of tLtir recent acts and profewiexu on the The official health report for the twenty-four hours until sometine a It continued to blow Cabell Whig-Tliat is all a matter of opinion, air, if they lent him there again be should pcr-

1 ty >orth and placed them before tLe country in a subject of llayery." as baa the Florida Sen tin ft, and ending at 9 P. M, on Tuesday, GLows the unprecedented abated. TLe destruction dunng Friday night when the storm and I now see what I Lave been told was the fact sue the same course; that should an attempt made

prcper .- aid bit abux of Uy..t ortLtrn demo wub if brand their cottduct with the neal of your coodenmatK number of fifty-one interments': In glaucing vr of property in Savannah that tLis Brown movement is one of hostility to Mr. to rob the'pnblic treasury for the benefit ar.trpn..
4 the list one will at ouc'e I* struck with the very largeproportion and vicInity h.. been immense. We subjoin the fol.lo'iog !- nod that it is intended to kin off Mr. Cabell Tate contractors of pabbe works, miJcrlnf
; F eni* wbo ropported that BUI are ecarely l 1ei urn- then nit your voU-t for A. E. MAXWH r. them Cabell thereby
of names of foreign birth. Iu counting notice lUiS elfccU in that
lent aid erbcc aoredy M Late than tlnsr own (ul a man who Las Leretodrt repre *tit d your i iDt -r""(. (,IP. we find fourteen from Germany all but one of tithe 10th city from the levi and put at the head of the Whig party mau opposed necessary to increase the taxes on the people whether

: .tktt miratinns. by wbkb m large portwn of the jjj Jn faithfully, fearl *Iy and z'siowljr} and wlx> nitr'ts at t vii ;m were subjects of yellow fever; fifteen from Ire- gian to him, and thus ti put forth a new set of principles it be called by the imp name of Internal Improvements

the 'ortLero StAlfS LaT L-eea BO bitterly iucertf dfcgtintt I your hands a hearty WELL XX!E,xxrt A>I> rAirnnrtFo %liuiJ, ten of whom were subjects of jellow C.t'er- The hurricane erased its ravages and the waters dubbing them Whig principles. To I ibis I will never or 'Galpbmism be wonld o &-
:i tLowt coble LeartJ advocate of jottio i r' three (ruin Epgland, all of yellow fever; one from Late Bi.ljfided. Iu the multiplicity of duties detohiig willingly submit. Mr. C&bcll became our candidatefor i You ought, Mr.Editor,to have beard the ptopb'b B
,' Ul.vu"t
Fiance din-ase unknown % fever us, find, it
-pntbably yellow : uon| > iuipiactie-al to make up a I rib
if.:" and rigit. Tttfc party prejurli, on the part of Gcr.Lrovo making thirty-three of f.reign birth out fifty-one mttrrmeuU. detaiW Etatementr.f the detruetion that meets the Congress when the Whig party was in an apparently this was announced they made the wtUDa nng

e I. m no bbuding M to U/tUy i0f2ped.&te I THE FLOBIMA & 1'a..At. The great mortality attending the diseac eye one-very Lan.,in imsring.through our city. So far hopeless minority and when no other man .three eheera fer Maxwell and strict actoontattBj d

?i; bun from eeeiug anything wottby of ALUCATC/K. September. 18th. 1854.C. appears at present_ be_ in the Western and. South oa we ire able to latru no lives have been lost, though could be found with nerve enough to take the field in public \.' But bow do you think it wa .bea
.tllt.em portions of the city amoug a class ot Wupie 1 many 1t'114'lIsnre'brought into imminent peril Our of such formidable odds. lie of whom bid
ton in the M-l/tacrificbg Und they awuintd in be- tile face canvassed the be come oat and told the people, many
E. DTE'E, who have been and still are not only exposed to all i fears f.r the shipping and for the safety of human life wbii
.J' LaIC of our rigLts, f wbil hit ncn party were exerting Dtar Sir:-Soon after the adjournment of the degrees and kindS of weather, but to a precarious and along (tin coast are i inr rca cd rather than allayed. whole State at great personal inconvenience and expense not before beard of it, of the democratk law

: every nun to cnicb tLote r gLt.. In the der U jfaitbfuloeM WLig CooTWjtion, or 2frtliny, Licit was held at this ill-conditioned li.elibood-many of them addicted to Hutchinam's Island is ngani above ,water and to our and be overcome the large Democratic majority give them their hone at J5 cent per acre! Wfe

,of the 44 denucraU wLo voUd fur the nominate :I intemperance. Among such, medical aid-generally. surprise TC sec cattle grazing there as usual How was elected to Congress, and mad.us an able and air. there were to be eeea yoong men in Mttaoe D
1 place to a candidate for Corigrew, or ratifya called in at lAte bour-il of but little or no avaiL they coulehave drowning almost miracle.
a escaped a
too '
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faithful but bad bee
NebraAa Bill, Le can *. nothing but corrnptioo representative; when he had done the old men in tear for joy. SOSB who
t hotnbalkio already "ade in other quarters, I forwarded Hence the disease, for the past few days has The danage sustained through tie citv seems to be
1 they were dragged op by tLe o-k to ote for this to you fur publkatkn a cocntnuueatJoo signed seemed to be fearfully on the increase,and,judging n, general ant|wide spread. The rex>f have been stripes] work for -bad made us a Whig State_then others their mosey earned by year of hard toB (Pthiti' III.

4t ,' tnearore, while they were looking lck like enminals Columbia giving some aoeouot of "hat occurred on lone from the interments the mortality alme-st appalling (ruin almot every building public tad private, in an wanted the honors; then be must be put down and land at t\3, xM ** wftakold tbe* 'rrbatioa

'j trembling at their coottituenU, whom thfy bad If- that aad at lee when the gre itly reduced number of our white exjxtsed citiation. And the most pronincnt of whichwe make way for Governor Brown and his foUowera aDd] of Mr. land sad tk. ceota aa _**.
"t ; ( (, meeting at bight cf the tame considered. Lave i is of the Johns
is We do not despair nrficed that Exc\mgf'.81. ** *
population yet '
4 trayrd" This DO doubt would tingle rery pleasantly they ctToclually put him down at our hut election* and declared, wbig* a* they were and bad tr* ;
day. /, dark as the picture is. Oar medical faculty hough church, Cabolic and Methodist churhcs, and a partial
J in the can of Grecley or Seward. Bat in lee in. I adopted that signature because it is in accordance greatly cxhauf led. are working nobly ; tbe clergy If injury t> the slate roof of the lacpcudent I'resLytenan and now intend to keep him down. You will Drt T r they nut and would Tot tar MaxweQ. SGIJI.t .

Tetmt enmity of Northern Whigs to the Sooth and with custom and I conceived rather bore modest than all denominations are zealous and untiring iu their 'labors clvrch.Tje find mo working in that team. depend upoo i\ said that o. aid tadieawooldtaen Defti' bI'

the fact that not ese of them voted for the Nebraska communications for in behalf of the sick, the dying and the dead;- low to private dwellings in eltmw to roofs 2>ror* H'At;?-Well, sir, we will ak no odda ol if tb y were to rota for Brown who ?'
writing a newspaper over my own and the benevolent of all classes in their! wiuiows Ac conift bt'iKViled. Main *
d .... are vigilant trees, fences : Mr. his friends I know hat & that 1&., or at least made tort ef too of
tbe Governor tee nothing Catch a
Bill ervtngof censure or ; y are -
the rfs
proper signature' feeling at sam hue at much 1 ministration All i i. done that human LearU and human of our streets( are inipawwble (torn the f.lcu trl"*." .d
J* aiVast nothing ufficlent to wver the tie which I the posed to Gov. Brown and I know that Mr. t.'abefl's an they eoaU bay far lbs cbiUren new drew*.
*r, bound to state that (ell] nhich "'as ctrictly tiue, a* JI hands can do to stay tho pestilence the rest So much injury .Las been huMaincd at tswumls as
bmd: him to them M A party. Here Apia his prejudices ibouU )liave done in the latter east. I i most be left to Him who bold our deatitriei in Ilii to deprive} the city of gas. The, several l ixit yanls are relation and near personal frittkU art ikw\\i& aU they get plenty of sugar and dM ,i taawoy t

are allowed to control LU better judgment, pjjclee would hand At His bchwU it become a* mortaLs not to heavy l looser timber and other bllll.lIl'tt'IIil can to defeat u" .. Brown but w* will show jw that Iiave1thsosbytbhbuw.Th.o .
I did not anticipate that iL give rise to a'' all will unit. in that It."ll Stark't
though solemn Island house Fig
tlaml
the evidence the Northern murmur pntrer Kig light mill all the friend! Mr. Cabcll can mutter will be uoavailiuj. \ GOT. Brawa atotadad the stank 1M Wb'
Lit eye to Whigs quettiuo of rtraeity, aod that I rhould Lo required to the Angel of Death may be made to tty hia hand is unroofed. The wharves of U>* New YwVnl Savannah
hare furnished of their own unsoundness which is so vindicate my statements over my own signature and] and that right toon. Steamship company and the Iron *VmiDtwt You and h. and hit relations way aU pop your tried mighty bard to get up a Daiae" umf

overwhelming that eyeD Mr. Walker, in alluding to I assure you neither cleared nor sought inch notoriety Many noble victims have fallen tarrifoet to the destroyer Company have leo. iuuudated to the great 'Lnvae I "hij*, anSI '" v ,i'l teach you in the ka\j run that you for him, but it wa toon seen to be no go. '**/

Oils lame Alligator; fpooch Mid (bat hi would not being only a private citizen, laving no political M.pimtioot and among Uw .thc Medivel.Uculty hat lost of KVXX!. in tbe ware homes thereon, awaitit l'l-'trani- i arc a .,,.' iwpl. You nwy vUu*? a* this tim, mUiTtoonly went to thaw more eonehniTelj :

Tote for Go; B.lr heO oughtth gentleman rosily andjnot: the slightest with to da injustice to tome of iU brightest start and wo t devoted and telf- shipment We learn of roe .li
coterUbed the aenUooeoU he WM there reported to those who houeaUj differ with.me in opinioa U ocej' tacriBctog members _Dr. Wilduun trbo first ditvcrod the lower harbor, but at yet are without tiding*from cl.l\ Wh'g: parly cf .,.\l". that will -vc Yr.l'.abtl1.. after he bad labored through about a two 0DI."t Jaoars

hare promulgatftd. 4 Now,w.t submit tvWther a man, i. nuiuot fairly be Inferred (at intimated by the Sentiuel the,eatraordiuary cffieaey of Muriated Tinctureof ouUide. and hit (.$low.re tog* where they please, atI we spaeeb and told his Rutabagga toeMng IIM1*** DO

however sound and reliable\ may b. abstractly, who !) that 1 hUG been employed by an uhecrupulon Iron in the treatment .f Yellow Fever e*. after When time and opP"rll1l1.ity.aftnt i ,'We maj (:iv |,( will try and blild1' and make formidable! this party twice dooM, he came sthSed down tW a* tame bs wea a* sot tM osa5' tope
name of the tutforen. but it useless! to atlemf.it fully
can be iothxwoujhly'WiuJtHl! by prejudice 14 truUn pr"\1alt': 1 1rltb reference iau my peculiar quatifi. literally wearing himself out in vuitii tIle tick lIit now. or to speculate upon tho probable damage ,4Uinrd. by IWd *h*" ** will again IM 3k. a trial of power, with Mufti bat if be w. Dat eta6id .1.Iacf.

.. to pta; !IM. *'* TFhl) rocn ,n.y ruHd" elf Le J-.titOl totktft,/ !" ,.tfYI'' ,, dud fIIiwtprr..Ii.,.. and day, trat at last inivtehod oH at the very t Zinc While we wwild heartily t>nii thi
to JM.I out in CJDJI-CM tLc illlirll"w.ti 1tL 'h UC\'lui that Dc CRU, fl.juUkan Iindplc, 51 C n Leo Lit imicca were tist 1J .>\- Ih*. 1jarib 4 1\ho may have tutored, in a moral poiul of titw tht\> 1artit' ia tbl SUt. lbs TVhi; party .t Uo1e B the b1. Kr.Mtor. I r4

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"" flsb7m1n ci(joY.Lrown's Infernal imrc.nrDt -| oortd be placed upon it wliicih did not apply equally was conducted r.l in the manner of angry bigoted of Education, -PEEMAXENT LINE. R. _

., a W Uwl It5om' *" hLl ;:fl<" ag to those measures. Tims Gov. BrownV denuuoLtiou.f partisans but as Southern men. Americans consulting Annual _
ad pths <. th e who, in vinlatiiti of their faitk "renr.eiudthe T SesiOon of the Madi on Female Scmi- THK sobscriber affnt ftr all hfe Fthu. 1I _
,ist1t1f Go'.Thtws vie"i"I *l*vtry s&it.atkin with all its violence." Mh t'>Ctther for the iro ;
opethe
( a?SXY 11I heads of his safety and welfare of the Suuth. After much exp4i fatigue and trouble, we have There are fls b sHr d.a r hi 'tWlrdol res _
thiP.wPU Dot O J eggat a own party-his brethren at the North Si. Mark Cedar heys
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jktltfen Attrporf, .
succeeded S lasW i605E' '
m of.which aredeactd It
of whose unsoundness is procuring the service of two nceoinplibhed SiEUOeI ___
..lu.r. be unable to nee evidence After the was over the proved
any speaking company and Port and
Bay Tampa
and with whom experienced ladies Misses WATEEMAX nnd] (occasionally rta be fomd bGadsditt .j On the
,bbt. then*OG fi* stead,.amid Tociferou* if the people send we him have to reason Congress.Mr. to.suppose bewil act themselves at least unanimous ou one subject, und WAMMACK. and a most excellent Pianist, Mr. J. B. Itay,) and Charleston. good Ow.3Iii ,_ _

: orMd ohpert-nd such a vtiny vp as the old Walker was eloquent in repelling the charge of >arUok together of a fine barbecue. W. RiCKEETofGcnnany.whoare now at their post*.- CLASS VESSELS will commence nmnine cry oiLer asthdi &oiauj a QutMyTerm* _
d With this additional force on/of FIRST, made 4LddrN 'h '
and the efficient s
Mrs.
easy.
ot-WM ft caution to all offender abolitionism against Oov. Brown-a charge which so the above ports on the 1st October and

c .c.QCrt Editor, u it is growing late, and aa I am far as HIT observation ha* extended, ban never been TOE THE FLOE1DIAV AND ora'ur.. M.WKIKV to, we all think our we can natrly It pruo.we poire nutrisfkction continue uninterruptedly throughout the season. Office Quuxyo.th.tip, or see at II s. -' ss from
'. Mr. made. But this of his I could J/r. Editor be pntrons. m naekr.s.nd nnpatriotic 00WTLtTAM -
: Jeoiocratco during part speech not :-Believing that it will gratifying Citiiem -
r *ne lnd, nuder this for of FU-rida to to em help what difference it made whether the M T1NNO
u5 Y I nnit bid good bye.pXtgtht wondering not only to you, but i lo every Democrat in our loved to other States U U educated,after the establishment of 1 1ihW
you Governor had with the free soil tendencies
sympathies
Florida
C4CtP any State to bear how well do in Gadsden I such a School amftn. Factors for Southern Georgia and
we upjthings ftemby otri who was torn, raised
both of
the flrt Monday in October us, of Northern Whigs or not, so that he cast inIIM For FiMfirhsf niBBLS. PIckIIs.
oo lot have taken myself the taik of informing of and educated HI tbe Sontb 1io is permanently I'lcated PRODUCE .
with and
them and upon ,
and lori fellowehipped co-operated yon
in faror uf chwipland in the State ** Soperior WlMM Bum
all! others ,* *, interest I insuperably linked ') ,
\\ m with them. I little what the he and welcome which OFFICE NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF
imagine warm distinguished ,
** they care very hearty greeted our -
Harwell and the with bee future bbL Old Path
found helping Mr. destiny. It is also a duty that every 4 1 Brandy, : .
"ill be abstract views of any man are, so they can turn his candidate for Charleston S. C. "
$. HOMESPUN. Representative to Congress I good citizen ow to hinuelf and his neighbor to lend I u Apple -

.party. _- influence of to their their own advantage, and which to the ia advancement first to on his entrance into our pleasant little town on List' tt belpinr hand to the noble and praiseworthy efforts September 2. I8.4. 2m 85 I M Ckkr; Vinegar. *o rI
incendiary purp1e. to elevtue the standard of Female education in"Florida.. Wbite Wine Vbffar. -
the Floridtan and Journal.falker bi eak down the Administration,und in this Gov. Brown Saturday, the 16th instant, and also of giving yon an You STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS
Jjr can hare a Circular by addressing 1 Cask Wbito Preservinf Senr. *
5s with them, heart and souL account of the discussion which took place on that i ROWLE3.
Xr. \ GOT. Brown and Kebraska Mr. Walker stated that the Ten itorial Legislature of day between the aforesaid gentleman and hid JAMES L. MOSELEY. A. M. AT 1NEWFORT. August S.I854. BERRY 81 18-
opponent
: I felt iomewbat disappointed at the Nebraska nod Kansas had the power of determining Gov. Brown. MADUONVILLE C.IL,}"la. THE undersigned still carries on Me above business,
rpnoE to fill his nt this at their first session whether or not slavery should exist September 23, 1854. 37 its branches. Buildings well calculated for A Great Bargain.
Brown appointment
WVIT of G'. in their limits. Where he derived this information Six or seven young amateur musicians of our town despatching wagon L. LADD.

Thursday, the 14th inst As one I am totally nt a loss to discover. It is certainly not dressed in uniform, and arranged iu a Car drawn by Jew Bank Agency at New Port. Newport, September 2,1854. 35 T f rs subscriber for sale his intending plantation to, move containing to the 880 West"acre, of**

r 4Jrt t d in tLe welfare of my country, i vas to be found in the bill by which they are organized four neatly caparisoned horses, together with Gapt. I> H HE undersigned. Agent for the FAIRFIELI) FLETCHER INSTITUTE of land, with all bis stock of about 200 head of Cattle,

r Kjring him define his position on the im- f.r i that provides expressly (section 1,) that they "shall P. Holland, of the Artillery, who was mounted on a Ji BANK OK WINJJSBORO1, S. C.. will be prepated 50 head of Hog or more. All the crops now glowing
*tllt\' jjU which now engage the minds of the conic into the Union with or without Slavery as their to discount Bills Exchange... Drafts, Order*. rpIIE seventh Annual Session of this Institution will consisting of Corn, Peas, Potato**,aad Fodder, al '
virtu v"** constitutiou may prescribe nt the time of their admis- gallant gray charger, left early that morning for the I Ch-cl, dc_ Lc: on any of the principal citif and JL bt-gin on Monday, the 2d day of October next, Under Plantation Tools,Household and Kitchen Fomitore.I I

aod on which they are soon to act nt the ion," and not as their territorial legiMatuies may determine purpose of meeting Mr. Maxwell and escorting him into Tovnsof the U.S. Also liberal advances ou Cotton the following Board of Instruction ; so will sell all tbe above together at a great Bargain

;i1a Mr. Walker, hia substitute, consumed the at their first pension ; nor is the legis1'tivea'.senitly Quincj. The procession returned about a quarter wlufc in store, and writing orders,
1boe 0! the half hour allowed him to open the de- any where authorized to take any action after 9, a. m, and when very the Court House the Sqrt.23, Ib34. 37 DAN. LAID. Col. C. S. ROCKWELL, A. M, Teacher Male Department will do well to'call and examine the premises very ,

the life of Oov. B. This was whatever with reference lo the slavery question.Mr. : soon,or they may miss good bargains. j ; a
eulogising past Band struck the and much-loved march-
ia patriotic
late Walker's speech. a nn argument, as well as an up 400 Boxes Manufactured Tobacco on Mr.R. L. FULTON Teacher Female Department BENJAMIN BYRD.

all veil enough, but struck me as being exceedingly attempt to represent Gov. Browns views, was nn entire 44 Hail Columbia"-and at a signal from the Captain, Consignment. Mrs. A. R. SIMMONS, Music DepartmentI Fort Stansbury, Waltulla County, Florida.

jfl-timed. I went to the discuBsion to ascertain if pos- failure. He felt the extreme difficulty of vwtaining the cannon belched forth its loud report. I Other competent Teacher will be employed, aa the August 5. 1854. U 31 4 .'

iible, what the course of that gentleman in the future the position which had been previously taken by On arriving at Major Nathan's Hotel, Mr. Maxwell r P subscriber has 400( Boxes Virginia Manufnrturtd -t patronage may require. -
candidate with anv how of plausibility Tobacco, of a-8orted qualities, with in in the Session.H. Administratrix' Notice.
the put Suitable
Whig up A pparatus expected early t
him
the elected to Congress found crowd of friends his
in
would be case people a anxiously awaiting coming than list
himself entirely different more cne Season's lot and
and 60 marked out for nn Letter adapted W. SII.VRPE. Secretary.Thomasville. .
for I conceive that an intelligent voter will contribute path-in this he was unfortunate as with alibis dodgin" and prepared to give him a cordial reception.The I to our climate, all of which will be sold right to Mer- September .M S54. 35 4t A::LL William persons 8.having Forehand demands, late of against Leon tbe County estate de-of,

election of representative wore muld avoid in collision with Gov discussion half and iLCaULS ana iraaera ; also on time to crood .
hu aid towards the a he not coining begun at past 11, a. m., as parties.DAX'L. ceased, will take notice that they must present them g f

ridi)jvicw to have hie interests and feelings properIt B. Ou the whole, the discussion resulted in weakening was agreed upon between the two candidates, Mr. LADD. Bagging and Rope. to the undersigned administratrix of said estate duly r- -
matter the confidence vf ninny Whigs in their cause am Newport. September 23, l851. 38 T>AGO ING and ROPE furnished to regular cusJL the law directs this notice will be t .
authenticated
services or
carried out than aa a reward for uo Maxwell opened( the debate in a speech of half an as ,
in the faith" the truehearted
their leader, and in confirming ) turners in D. LADD.
any quantity. and all indebted j"
in bar of their ,
how valuable, that have been tendered. But Mr. democracy. There is no doubt nbout it if the hour's length, in which be informed his fellow citizens Leon Circuit Court-InChancery. Newport. September 2, 1854. SS to plead said estate are hereby recovery notified to snake persons immediate '

TTa&r! uo doubt for good und sufficient, reasons, saw dernocricy will but do their duty, the2d of Octisher of Gadfldeu of his nets vhile in Congress, (old them Albert J. Pick-ett and wiftt"| payment to the undersigned, or to Jesse M.Robertson, }4 '
Mill Rollers and Gin
to say just as little as possible on that point. will tell a tale whioh511 convince the Wiig lenders of a Bill introduced by him to obtain a grant of alternate and John II. Giudrat and wife, Sugar Segments. my Agent SARAH FOREHAND Adm'lratrix.
proper
bat the not to be humbugged into cacrif T'R. sizes Sugar Mill Rollers constantly on hand, .
< people are
he thought there might he a tligJtt difference section of land fur the construction of a Rail FOUR I JESSE M. ROBERTSON,Agent.
Perhaps chug their own best interests merely for the sR1.- of a Samuel IL Duval, Admin 14 and 1C inch. Also. 8. 9 and 10 foot SI
cf onuion as to what ought to be done between >ld party triumph. CIUT1C. fond through our State-sjKtke of the Graduation straU-r, Joseph W.Field et al. WU,:! S 'ments. M. II. POND
matter ol fact and the large and intelligent assemblage Bill which passed last session, and showed the advantages IT bring made to appear bv affidavit that Joseph New j* rt. September 2. 1854. 35 Fire and Marine Insurance.rpHE .

ctcrazcnswlw were present, and consequently B. F. ALLEN, Ewj.IJJllor. accruhg to the people by iU passage_spoke .s.' Field; Sarah W- Powell. 1'!<1" Field Tbi.na.' Notice. Savannah Mutual Insurance Company, haTJL % .

acted on the muitfl that"discretion is the better part of of the Sentinel, of Mr. Hunter's Hill, which supei jeded the Homestead Field. nod Hams limit Field,deftndants in this cause, re\.lr\ q"lrE copartnership of TUNNO, PINCKNEY 4 jug established an Agency in this City, will
the
-Jior." At any rate, his audience came away just a- Suit :-I see in your lad issue that the lion. E. CCabell Bill, and then adverted to the Nebraska Kansas Bill ; the beyond State of ilusi.of ipi the, it is State ordered of Florida to-* it: iu _L_ CO. huA.iug been dissolved, the subocribur illcoutiliue take Fire and Marine risks on the most favorable % ,
that 5
the said defendants to THO.PERKINS, Agent. I,,
fonit aa wise aa they wentIbe has declined a candidacy for the Legislature. | but Us time having expired, he resigned the.etaiid. I d-> appear and an-wi-r, otherwise the said I the erma. Apply 28 8m-
15 1854.
BOTESS.n July ,
efforta of the proiv," iu his second speech, That he has seen fit, from your 'account ut this l.ito | promising to resume the ulji-et iu his closing remarks. complainants bill shall be taken j,,. confrs, a"aian F1CTOB1CE; AND COMMISSION

ts t1 Go;. Brown from the dilemma in which day of the contest, to surrender a charge crnfided to MaxutllV it is alnt needless to say, was j I them, and that tl.is order be ].r.Ui hcd "deuce a we k his own acconat R. Q. PINCKNEY. Jr, Land for Bale.
his bitter denunciation, of presence iu home new spaper printed hi the Middle Circuit of Office, NORTH CoMMtRHAi. Wiuar. HE subscriber will sell at a bargain bit well
b involved himself by him by his solely because his family arc unwell and ho iu- T
in party was friquently
hailed with
great npplaufc Florida f'er> the space of four nwntLs. known tract of land containing 760 acres, on the A: h -
tbeebrka Bill!, and his virulent abuse of iU Northcm I nnd you don't tell his constituents how you terrupted in hid discourse by loud cheering.Gov. AT CH AM BLR-J Sept. 16th. is. .;. REFERENCES.ISUBAHAM Ocilla river, and known as Sandy Ford; two hundred s 'if.

supporters, afforded infinitely more amusement come by this information. Now Sir. thi don't lk Brown then mounted the htand. aud. though J. WAY1JJ BAKER. Ju.lse.. *& WLBB, JOHN FJIASER A Co., acres of which U hammock,the balance pine, of which 1

than} ;iuitructioo. He assumod the ground, first, that like Mr. Cubell. It is not his way of doing huiii.-fIf enfciblud iudisjioMtii-n, he managed to A true copy, Attest:HITGH Anciita, Ja, Ci'k C : Gofuris MATTHIESSEN & Co. one hundred acres are cleared. A new store house
by previous
the Governor'* hostility to the bill was based uj>ou he had signed that charge confided to him by'| The j Sept -J3.! 1S54. 4n ;;6 Charlrs'ou, Septc-mber't', 1854. 85 tf ia on the place where a post office is kept,and is a
duration.
\ make a speech uf tiro hums principal j splendid stand for a public house and store-panooa ... t4:,
fuel that it recognizes tl*> doctrine of equal'cr' BOVre'i the of this he would have told them j '!
the Whigs County, topics which the Governor (cus-ed were fl Nato. a' Notice. SEVMOUR'S GALTA5ICABDOHINALJPPORTERS. wishing to purchase will apply toSAM.
ntv-that it allows foreigners and alien to eier- so in a letter addressed directly to them aud he would .WILLIAMS. s
i Bank, n high Protective Tariff, the Graduation; Bill, : Exercises of MisSMITH'S Sclu-! will he
eie the pri>ill-fa cf citizenship, ic: :?tiw if hiss is have given his reasons for so acting, for he has always Interul Improvements and the Nebia-ika Kansas 1 JL resumed fit M-tiday, the 2.1! October next.I i Sandy" Ford, Jefferson County, 71*. 7.,

to the measure, will Mr. Walker let us had for his act and he has never been I I September 1C, 1654. tad St July 29. 1854. so 't
1s objection reasons Bill He did not approve of the Graduation Bill, and .-.- ----- _ _ _ _ _ General Manager
what uiode of re&souiog bo jurivc-s at the \iridicAU )M his NO 1IUMBUG A Mill Wright and
Itwx bv afraid to tell them find acts to constituents with regard to the Nebraska Knm.is Bill, he paid fiat For Sale or Bent, Wanted. 4
onch ion that the democratic party, iu tupportim) ? ad the world. Time would nt allow fnbll -
he con iderc-d it an unnecessary leopening of the slavtry T'well'nfr IIu e which I now oocuprIt I Instruments are made strictly Sci- IMMEDIATELY, suitable person ,, '
jUt Li: haTe disregarded their platform of 52, &f to canvass the County if he was Lire, there i* nnly '! question-thut i it was of no practical benefit tithe THE ? lo IC. iiiiB. fin.e'.i-d in thelx-ot THESE PritM.ipIes. and are highly upon approved by T\7ANTED v 'T t3 take charge of and superintend the bidding

Gov. Brow asserts they Lave dout Certainly thi evss ten d-ivi Iefie 'l.- elect i"ii. 'I'ld thcnft-re tl.e f'ukiKs | Sutl-thut it wa n !Pandora's B--X, filled with ,gg. maT'ir. te'geti.er with all *' ncecsrv out f thifl M-dio.vI Pr.efei'en in thi! country and in Europe of suitable out buildings, shelters. tc, for a circular 5 J4

\ twtLing ia that platform Ly' which they c--uiu.i'' | tjf l.ibf" ..y i ip IHjrn; *- f..: hi? 4le'rtiIL t.e! | all lireels i ot! f\i-!$ to the lie stnttd that if C l.utJi&g.i, en exPeil'Titwcllof Water and CL-tein. 1l h.-i Valuable in smrunorlwa. Eu rnrzeicent of the saw Mill, at some point on the Tallahassee branch of '
country.
this dociriui aud lot front* I'lO' fful, *-.'i.1 extends Lack 3SO ft-et, and i-, FunJus and Cr.eiz Uteri Fluor Albus. Meunorazia, the Plank Road. A capable person *>f character and ; :1
cousejju'-nt- late li'urf the tiiht. wlnu
this t
ted themselves againtt ;,i Whir c-iUi-e ut i \\i.- ]Ll] I Iwfti in (' e1eT.c. he wi-uld! have done all! hi.j. under good feioAH I prefer to tell, I oStr a burJjaij a-vl :ill tn-'so dialasit: wLich there w a want of iutrtiva industry ocly reed applr to Hopkins Megroniss, j
bill i'i which i iEa ;
!i3-,ever ii they had carried through; a : I ncti.s$ nil tlic p i\\t-r vf his i.nitto cairy it UiiourhI I.-; j, iuer to l..v r>ie\n<\ i'i (he Abdoicfual ami Pelvic Vi-rtra. Tallahassee DANIEL LADD, Pres."ewpott.
embodied, that would uot 1 be nsuffitient La>ifji i- The \\'hi4-iof i.eighUiho 'l are IVsoeaswn can be had on the It t Ov'l 'bt-r. la
I trinmph.iijtly. ny 1 !t. t was intr tdi:.-ed I.J would luive voted leer it. IHJ- A supply >f U>**
aucl. aicbarge. Judging froiu the remarks if Mr! tml sa'35fi 'd. Tli 'y wi-h y.m t'- ])uhh.L Mr. CalM-H' cuu-e ht ted nlwas IHVH opp'-s-t-d 10 the Missouri I WM. IL HAVWARD.Sq.tei.bcr td auJ for sale at tL Drug Store of 4 LSO WANTED 6 or 10 good likely negro men fl
would have seJ that onjjcran'fjutt I 16, PM. 16 ?t BARNARD i MAXWELL. dL for working on and about above named Mill, for
Walker if 1avoj
one suppc Iv'ter of josignati'Mi if Jiav any, or YOU '
you Th (Jovfiiiur dt-noiiLfti, A-
Stephen
CTpr4iTu1I.e AugiMt 2&, l8-t. 3* 7w which good v ages will be given and negroes well
hitiJed upon our fibres, wut allowed tLe right L j taVcn it uH>ri yonrs'lf to pull down ui i j pit jj le niii Il'i'.glu Ai a di turbsr (>f the public peai-c.-the ruth_ Plantation for Sale. cared for. Apply us above. t (

I 6; pipage by this bill, without pri\lonely coij'lyinP f.>r th- j.*fij V to vote fi i iit your jiUusJn-. -. the ] tt> lator cftl.o Con pnrr.H.oflsfiO, and pro '"I'MIAT valtable! Planta'ir.a ii Jefferson Count, frI i REMOVJUL July 29, Ib64. tO D. LADD.

fhi auv conditions whatever, but ly a lefcreiceute 'I cjndjr totfl! us.1'uihapt aud its imIwtlle J. welly lIe.re-Men"Mif the late Ilcv. Wislev"Ad- "OETTON .t W111TAKER. beg leave to inform ;4i'
AdniiiJitratit rters
t'.aiu.ed! the
j n as
bill,'it pill be seen that such i ia nut the case. lie- Mr.! Cab.-U being SoutLorn i.srji, anJi : supj aub>. v4tLu one mile >f }Hijley"* Mill, lyiu <-n the a ) the>r customers a' d the! Public, that they have 7OO Acres first rate Land for Sale.
; j fl'i 5 ctrrupt Ho ilil 1 iiot coutidvr the \t>ie on r.Tifi] t>ni Monticclli>t-j New port, ntaiiiniC'O) uctri, retivned their stock of G's! to thee Store lately oecupitd 9"HE Subscriber offers for juile his Plantation lying
: iJtauv cut a citirea of the United StaU's v jvrtiiit-i i :li-vut; ..ul\vyg fctaid up for the rights of tli.. South. t> the Ncbradvu Bill :isa test of the Poundmof< :ther with all the necec-wry imnrvemcuitiea'eut llOs'rc1 -* bv I). Mauley, one dour North *>f Iljdgkiss iirj JL ten and a half miles north of Tallahassee. There :

ted to exercise s.ny of tlie rights 4f citizenship! m eith cuu'l <")" e4eIlitP.l HifTt-i hi* >:anu' to 1/e UM'd 4fl ai p.irt: -that 'tt fiLe 1''5 Ne'ii.he. rn lM-'t-iats ia I 1 the same cleared with Coru. Cane, Pi>tr.ces.! IL.cs. j fce.'tt. are in the tract, seven hundred acres of a* good land '. .

r Nebrufika or Kansas, be is required to tiKimou i tii-v 't in cvr.nwtioii vih (jov. Uic.v.nh; <> *-:. C-'iign-is tlnrrW.TC o.-ily 44 tls.it ii': ilx.r, wholy 1 C itte, Mul and rurmin; Utennils, with ai>d Su- I --.tember 2. 1S34. 35 as can be found in the State-300 cleared,and tbe Z .

oath Lu iuteiitlou to become a citizen <>f the UuitulSutes ''tlie NdeitI.eI11Vh.igi Ix'ing :.s t< i.ud j.* Nirtl.cni {gar Mill, well arranged, dc., and sol 1 for tli- purpose : Notice. balance in wood. On the premises are a good Dwelling S
jvciful ii.Cmiiec of ilr. I
I 1'ierre.
the by treajtirv Gin House and with cabins -
j of making u. Dlvi-i n amoii& the h-zat..i-s. Said l'lsn.tati.in home Screw negro r ,,
and also k> talc au oath to ivpjvrt] tinCoctUlatiuu Democrats, und ciij rstb them. Mr. CaLtll hi: *' \ OTICE 5 i.c hereby given that application will be
and all other To ,this
i t ap. wid hey th ; r>n.i-e cf fs.t i.ilicc. culd In; is ituate l in one of tKe l-e-l tKi hlKirhoods f..r buildings. a good purchaser
aud the pmvinious of uLi bill" Tlie oblittion i btoij ia Congress an 1 proved himself an able IIpre "drawn up with!; a hulter uloit th .ir rn-cks and naJM health and good Society in the County, and within cue i _i iiuult. at the eu-uiug 8ssi-i of the gislftturc. is a rare opportunity. Terms made easy. Address
Lbcs assumed is auhstantiaUy! the unn.e nit tl.atlimiuiitcred of I'liTtda. for alterations and amen-hneota in the charter the Tallahassee Post Office see me on
me through or
cijTutivc of the people of Florida nnJ has theie !fiat-' tiotc f-ir the ** Tl.e Goinior mile ufSprngSrld CLurch.i
inensurf. w.is npplauj of the IVusocoiA and Georgia Railroad Company,
other naturalized -citueuo, said filioutdiSerencc P to will call on Mr.Wa-h- the premises. J. ELIOT.
to .T IIIIS isLing purchase
ilf-l njjahift Noitlicru Wliigs and A1'hiti.iii&st for tin i >
his WI.' frcui.h1 his in 1652.
j Ly : nwut.tiug the stand i-u.r I'att ri.om. Od itCP 1lRI. ti1,., %l.jI ,,iow them paeed June 10,1854 18
kUtuIy is that tIiiccars' reia.wvc'es ut | rights of th .S..utli, .and he can't bear to hear u iuuu :and was 'licieiitd 'to Utte i.Uely, and t-cco&ionly 'I i tbe came. August 2i'. 1854_3m_S4 _

cuuutry n-quUrte iu ctlier euts. 5 difjKnsed v.ithTerritc sp1ihaud the course of tho.'e fanatics. It would be hu chctied throu licut Us discourse.j Terms easy. Apply to either of tlte fubscribers.D Curled- Hair Mattrasses. DR. LEWIS, -

.1R tlie.e ries are concerned. mili.th in the cxtieme to him to auflei his name t"j j Though two iinui antln half had 1-een conburacd AH I US WlLL1A3t.A J RESIDENT DENTIST
Executors. 1ST received on consignment, a lot of fine curled ,
But, Ur. liditor i iu this really the reason of GOT j be tee u fcide by -i.e] on a political ticket with such u UN ER WITU1SGTOS, J TALLAHASSEEFLA.
i in the JiffOUifri, yet die nidii-ii-c ruiuifi'Stedery t' 1S5J. 36Notice. I, )hair tnattrai 'es. double or single-%try things for iI i
l r-wu'c 4.11piti'iu to this oieabure! 1 bare yet toMB man. It would be repudiating all hi former political little sins of weariuess. and when iir. Maxwell again September hot weather, which we will sell low to clitsc. --5- T Snow inserting Artificial Teeth oo tfee

the r

it vf ii j>eecl) from him, made by friend courne. It i ia some budi reason fu this that caused upjH-nred, the air was rent by loud aud continued D. LADD. (UL .L new and improved principle, with ,
a 1854. 28 44-LLLI7 eoDtinnous from one side to tbe '
New Port
15. gnms
y 01 fe,iu 'tiwh be vrged this as even a reason, much Mr. Cal 'll to withdraw }l.i, name from the Whig ticket -1 July _
t-houta ief l.uirjh for Maxwell, which wus ifpeatcdutshoit p -partner Lp: under the firm of TTJNNO. other. without seam or crack, leaving ou place for tbe t $
THE
s ne uf the main grounds of his nmity to this bill.i"ot if he has resigned, and he must have written a let iuteiials during ti. 'aheole of Lu rtw-vcL A- CO, i- this day di ..lved. The Basiii: Rope and Twine. lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly j4 J'

He opposes it O8ten Wy because it reopened ter to that effect,-to Irt us bare it 1 do ihit deem it r.eceasarv to mention iu detail the settb'mentnuits nflair*. bv mutual agreement,cJevol res (- U N"V Y BAGGING I ife-Iike, and restoring tLe original contour of the face.o t ;

) the -.jivery aitatiJn-beekuee, in other words i itjti3ed I have f-tood bv and voted for Mr. Cabe.ll in him on WILLIAM TUNXO, to wh..m all persona hav- .21 Best quality Kentucky Rope, ft5 to defy detection. He will tteuJ to all cahlain a'
which he dicu&ed. Snacc it
topics to say that be demands or being indebted are referred. Basfginjf Twine, for sale bvAug. Middle Florida for Full SetU. Those wishing Full 4
[ the liiseouri Compromise, fur k was the darkest days, when there was nut the f-iintes-t b.jec] boldly met und Buccemfully combated every argu- WILLIAM M. TUNXO, 19. 1854. S3: 6c G.1t J.MEGTNNISS. Setts can obtain all accessary inforoalion by letter. SHe

cUuie repealing thus restriction 'which made th* measure (to all appearances,) for his diocese, and then ngaiii merit ufhiis talett ,and venerable opponent Mr. Max R. (i. I'INCKNEY ..: will warrant, in every instance, satisfaction, aid it;.

.. so dini8 to the Northern Whig j arty nod their when his star shone the brightest in the political hoJ J well's effort was, m my opinion, one of the ubleet that Charleston, August 31, 1854.THESUBSCR1HER White Lead, Linseed Oil, ic, fer prices. to suit the time Terra Cash, or when aiDed t1

.Abolition: coadjutors. In proof of this, I will refer and I have ki.owu him to f.ilter but Iriumph OURE Whie: Lead,
ron, never he has ever uinde. Every body, IuthVbigs and continues the buin' heretofore JL Xmc Paiut. June 24, 1 834. 25

3lr. WtlLer] to an account of the disouesion ut Oral, in both in&taures ; and now \\Lyfallcr, why | Democrats, seemed pleased w ith his remarks. His carried on unelrr the? name of TUNNO, 1'INCK- Linseed Oil

: vlidj appeared to the Flori
t i Coveruor,on the Ittli i September. H v is there fik-uds without giving them his reasons ovtr his own J jog, and was better calculated to 11 an audience tothiki,14E September 'J, 1854. 3C 2m -ALSO- "TNITES all the advantages of this Walker ndJ
Burning Flui.l. L. mp ifcc., for sale byAu Jumper in one article .As a Jumper it k
ited as hat-lag used substantially the foaowing.ange ciguature! He baa done it if he has resigned, and than toIle snpeior
lai.phiiiff. ;;. 19. isi:;!. SS Ct G. t J MCGINNI33. in many respects to any in n.e. not requiring to : rbe
we visb you to give us the letter. Injustice to ilr.C sure, sir, that the Iernecraryofold Gadsden are Fresh Groceries. fattened nor liable tn accident, with springs adusted '

f. fl&t these aeawt (the Conrprorr.i- of 50} baji av tbell, we demand it PcrhajiR Gov. Bran has full f life, and nre confident of eucccsa. Wt hae ntvt-r FROM New Orleans, per Wm. IL I'ettU, Fresh Groceries. for children short or tall, portable with thhildbit .

e* reu *e t4, thu *oootry, until the Nebraska-Kim- been j romished in the event that he is defeated for entered ii.to n ,litical contest with brighter Ca Ks Sides, JUST received, from New Orleans, per Wild and the least movement of tbe cbOdean-
. M biU U whIch democrats South attach so much imV'rtunw ] hoj.is or 15 do Shoulders, ," sing a motion so agreeable that children will remain ; .
:I vu uuDectMarily sprung upon the country, C< ngrew< and the Whigs have the Legislature, to bend stronger useuranci-B \ictory.. If we cainot cairy t> do Sugar Cured llama, Sta g A Sharp* Sugar Cured Hums, m them for hours amused and delighted Sample Ue .

I iktreL5) n-oftning use Slavery agitation with ullivyiuVntt l.im to the United States Striate, us a reward f'r hi. thlt {Itfti-.n, we had as well dtjeair of ever hereafter 1 do Plain Hams, Wabash liam*. seen at HODGK18S t SCOTI"S.

I w'uiwottriagiap to the South any practiiFi i labor, und that the clique iu Tallalit'-tte; are ufraul tiitCabcll Ijtnng co fortunate. Thre was a large number who 76 Bhls Sup. Flour, Clear and Ribbed Sides, June 17.18M.24

4 Hidbeltea L Congress lie would have will vote fur him, und then-fore Cabell nut v.ilueti>ed the di>cuFEK>n between Mr. Maxwell and 40 do Plant's Extra Flour, Shoulders, Rice, Lard. Notice. j:
< .a Iia< all such 4 do Lard, Extra and Superfine Flour,
i0flUeaceLep16M,88edto keep ,
I be rriSced. Can it be f If so. let the Whigs of old (;ov. Brown, and if we be allowed to judge by Lar.l tc. TIE have this into .
'Tritjuf a J daugwons ou *tious vttfCingrcsaud may 10 Regs :I'et- Tt nsue9.; Lemons. T undersigned day entered a ee- .
r vl th;V t ..l/ 8JTed th l&* democratic party had been Lein kujw it Ljfjre the 1st Monday in Octolx what w e saw on that day, we have uo hesitancy iueajin BWs. Laid Oil. Aug. 10, 1854. 83 HOOGKISS A SCOTT. partnership in tbe 'flWHOLESALE '

I / aoklinj racwt eacred pledge iu ttvrf "'9fitaHon JUSTICE.From ;.; tLat you may set old Cadfdeu down fvr a cviii l J5 d ICC Rectified Whiskey, For Sale. AND RETAIL ** *

f w, ? -which like Aaron's rod threatarilJuw tie Country, 21 tl Sept. one hundred for Maxwell und 20 do Met Pork, ILt7Q- tI
eu to majority n respectable Ilhds. Prime Snyar BAGS suitable for Cottcwu ;
I on all nthr nnd.rtinn& 4 9 (\i\ GUNNY pick-in ,i'r r
majority for all of our County candidate 6 M best S|>nni-h, Cigars, j.'j'J HODGKIS3 i SCOTT. UNDER THE NAKK AXD STYLE OF ar.:
Hen W e haTe GOT. Brown's powtion defined by The Barbecue Centreville- After the 6 Boxe Star Candles, H> 1851. 33BAGGING
/ ppeuLing was concluded, we were invited August BARNARD & MAXWELL.
Lkgid!? those who Leard ilr. Walker on the 14thS The Barbecue at Ccntrevillc last Saturday, came off, I to 1 B-JX: Sugar cured Beef Tongces,
partake of n wtll cooked Burbtcuo, which had
Unruck with the wide difference l between his like evety thing flee that they do l iu that neighborhood. ALSO ] They will be pleased to see thQir friende

aa set forth by that frentleman and by in fine style. The day was beautiful und the attendance Wen prepared by our much i-ttceuied fellow citizen, On hand, a general assortment of fine fanii'y traceriea. Bale Rope, Twine and Salt. and patrons at the old stand 6f E.Eunard.
. him-I : Mr. G. W. Ma-tin. BERRY A ROWLE3. Jr.. sijrn of the Mortar, comer of Monroe z, .&
, .ii: Mr. W. tells IM that Oov. B. did not <>pxi large. The bone and bincw" of the country T > A L.WvlEstnekuftie! above articles will be kept and Clinton streets, where they will keep j ja

? U'e because it repealed the Missouri rcfttrictkm i wan there to li ten calmly and dispassionately to the Very respectfully."OTEIt -Sept'mberI854._ | .T\. on liar,d! throughout the whole Fall and Winter full and general assortment articles appertaining
A \ OF GADSDEN. Seeds. s.ason, aud soil as low by us as by any ilher House their line of business and solicit the of '
the determination Fresh Garden to patronage .
tie difcCUFHon
of
'* those
was in favor of the repeal of that rc ti irtion.COT. .- questions upon proper a the city. We invite buyers to call and fee us before their friends and the .
public.Copartnership
Rro n tells quite another elory. lie says Le olrJtcU of which the iLterctls uid wifety cf the Union Worms.Aa TITST rccuved. per Conroy, from Tbcilun/s, New purchasing elgewhere. 11L1K & KLST. I;. BARNARD. Ja,

to R. beeauee it*' was unnecessarily' *ITUIIJ xrpon I and! of the Houth to greatly de1eiud.I this h (J York, fresh Seed of August 1'). 1854. S3Nails. G. TROUP MAXWELL.
the season of the wl Blood Beet
; the country, thereby re-ojwuing the slavery ngitatiua I Both parties weie well represented in the debate. most formidable children year the cn worms are Long Early Turnip Beet, Februaryl5(4l&M.Cheap( .
among
4 pith all iU violenoe." in connection 5thoedaratoon The meeting was addressed by Messre. J. B. Galbraith proprietors ofM'Loiu's .
Ills,taken n 1 Vermifuge beg leave to call the attention Late Drum Head Cabbage, KEGS on hand, and for sale low by Goods.rpHE .
? the cf the Sentinel, that no benefit would Wilk. Call Win. Fi.'hcr"jr, Gov. R. K. Call, of Late Savoy Cabbage 100 HEIR A RUST. Subscribers
to JU oaotemplaft
(4 h&t accrued to the Routh' from the bill, but for lug enemies of Salmon Raddish.
children It in Long
cluse, and as a c 3ns< I Iot1d ePrl ively.Tle wus dIi.. business as make it necessary to
< xjU"uee no rrN.Iitin American Globe Turnip,
\entcil by n pl )bi.ian .f great e\jx-rirtice in Virginia, Collins Axes. dispose of their present stock of Goods. This Stock
have been exekd against it at the Norll.] iisuee raised were pretty much the Fame a* Improved Rutuhnsra Turnip.
b who, after having uvd it for several year- in his own & OKMOXD. A FEW Boxes for sale by consists ot a good supply of Watches ot every desnripion. -
r JIcNAltGlIT
tAIi ite1ea that ili-ciiN-cd in the mid from For sale by
the rcpeal uft.be Misonri have been ah eady pajtcis Goods. Guns Plated .
CotiiprntIise
practice und found its success so universal, was induced September 5 1S54.LIVERY 36 :i HEIR & RUST. Jewelry, Fancy Cutlery, -
is 11iery aiisg the Whig candidate La** Lit the ro't ium Ibroi'ghont our Plate. The Nebraska nt; last to offer it to UK puhli* as a cheap but Newport, August 19, IS54. S3Wanted Ware, and numerous other article*, which they pledge

; vpposithn on. True, Oov. 1J. uy Je would Lave vo.W Bill Mid the acti-iii of tlie: jvirtics and far
tie taeuart BfVr "it was introduced ; iwd !f A'Jiauuiirati'm in relation lo the t-ame occupied u justly p-'pultr throughout the United States, na the 0- April 15. 1854. 15

1r.Wslker'i that Mr. Dix jncf Ktiitucky I Intx$5d Lrge ( ) of the debate. It i h truoe: that it thouMUs 4 initet efficient vermifuge ever laiown. and the deninnd WILLIAM II. NEWSOM"TVTOVLP i XOnft DRY OK SALT hIDES ; also. Otter
OvIL/Tf antI l Deer Skins for which the highest C. 1 Divorce. In Hamilton Circui
Mary Bryan
has l been ttt-addy on the inciea&e since\ its first iutrolui'toii ,
tie ) tcdiTuid befi- the niUum) jK-ojik- his
wnt-ndujent by which the lliwourias rwct'eeparv to the public. inform t\ I market price wilt be paid by HEIR t RUST.Auii.'t vs. V Court, Spring Term 1854.Joseph .
(
*: jLtwTN
*% rescinded. be true. be oocupits pre- a ntenftuie so <>ir>iii For ut Drug P Tallahassee
| and rTzjJ '
that lC Always be found _' _' _
; 'theVfle with the in all iu features but ncvcrthoU-i-- it ii eo. in Town in may the return of the
do ground reference to affair MSiupporters jUst at one Agency every the South.SoptcruUr'ltf. STABLE the .lull, ready to accommodate appearing to the Court, by
the
opposite
Zkinoeratic 1 1854. 37 2wCONSUMPTION at University of Louisiana. Sheriff the Defendant not to be found in said a
of tie bill in Congrew, The debate was closed bv Mr. Ix>nz with one of them with Carriages and Uores.3f .
tbe i rf it is motion ordered that the service b
x County, on *
be bitterly dcDC-incea for acting in the mobt powuiful and concliuive arguments that we : Horses kept at Jverv on reasonable terras.t MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
of this order in of tbe
h4Liith't0 every body knows is Vacant Lots and Feed furnished L r Drovers perfected publication rate public
ths their jJedges, for they did nothing more have ever heard. It firccd conviction upon the audi u flattering d sease. It commences and progresse so with T horses and Mulea.He T lIE Annual Course of Lectures this Department Gazettes of this State once a month for four nw t*

'"Pportthe amendment which reopened the ence. He bhowi d thut the Nebrafcka Bill woe iieceHeary -. inciduously, that' before one is aware of it, the lung will exert himself to give satisfaction to his pat will commence on Monday. November 13th, and prior to the next Term.

"fry Citation vitln.ll ite violfnce," after it had and jnet to the South, and fiat it <-ml*>,died the zero a inaas of hrs, then a sudden exposure exchange rons, and solicits share of die public custom. will terminate in the ensuing March. J. WALES BAKER Judge.
hIees roduced I from heat to cold, produces nn injlamatum, and iu a 2C. 1854. S4TJC. James Jones M.D. Professor of Practice of Medicine. JOHN Faun. Clk.C. C.P1*.
Tallahassee. August
and Imve Guy.
by a WMg ue of interveution which is take
toL's great principle in.n to few days or weeks, it is said, he or she died of hasty J. I. P.iddell, M. D. Professor of Chemistry. July 15 18B4. 29

hd Le word (for h that he would Lave done na niuh the subject cf slavery out f Coiigrt s and Iea'eit to CONSL'MI'TION. For nil troubled with cough or [ .M. lAWTOV- R. WA1VWIUGHT BACOf-WU. X. TATLOtt Warren Stone, M. D, Professor of Surgery.A. .

Wn ja Ccr-grwi. The !fact of the business i.t iI ir"w i- the States wh ro it properly belongs. It has arrayed sing complaint, WP would refer to the advertisement -JO6ETH T. WILL-W. LAWTON,JK.WM. H. Genoa, M. D.. Professor of Obstetrics. Notice.A .

t thi5 subject in ) the uf AbolitiouUta the outside of this (,Judson'a Chemical Extract A. J. Weddirbnm, M. D, Professor of Anatomy.
paper
any light you please, t the whole ftnco Free-Soilt-ra on LL persons indebted to the estate of Maby Fran.-
of and which u said to lie acv.1 & CO Gustavus A. Nott. M. D. Professor of Materia Medics.
> Lunjjwort,
tl LAWTON
N jth the the 1)1 Cherry M Mclntosh late of Madison 1eMed
for County,
,,. are jmrtica rwpontible and Northern Whigts against the Administration, und tain cure for thi awful iliwnse. Also Aiors Turkich Thomas Hunt, M. D, Professor of Physiology and ces .otaod
forward and make immediate
o/tbe will
*.h vcry agitation. If the Missouri re Southern men of ull partitb are called upon to siubin Balm the great remedy for all diseases of the Pathology. com payvt "

zIlI'ti151 wa annulled by the cprnpromiM of'50, then it. Mr. Long showed, by the record that the Not them Lair. Sea slonb Cott0nactors, Cornliu C. Beard, M.D. and Samuel P. Cboppin,M. tbvee,having duly authenticated demand against, within said the estate time will prescribed prewntthem
the D. Demonstrators Anatomy.
j Kortli ,rn Whigs who-mrfuse-d to regard Whig party fora long number of years have Invariably No. 13) Southern Wharf, The Room* f.r dissecting will be open OB the third by law,or they will be barred.

ttVLer pUdge to adhere to t'aat: compromLw: and if ou opposed all tueasurea calculated to promote c'_ We arc authorized and requested to announce CHARLESTON & A O* Monday in October. H. W McLEAET. '

hauit va. not supecedeJ by the rcu Southern interests, and he called upon Southern D. 8. WALKER, Esq., aa a candidate for ro-cli-ction An Ti t2 1854. 84 8m The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons September J 1854. 87 8t

4- of that 0 inrror'i: &<*according to Mr. Walker, Whigs to abandon an organization the original objects to the office of Register of Public Lauds for the State Notice.undersigned of the Cl.arity'hospital,and attend this institution from Notice ..
u till
4i oM* WUg Beotor wl' WtJ duced the Liroid of an-! j-nnoip'.e "!* which Lave been forgotten by the nt the election__ in October next. administrator of the tst.itc of November The Students April.accompany the Professors in their hereby given that Byrd J.Strickland htjfrbk day-

ten irbo reopened the fountain of litter wa- inajuiV f ii.e jwuly in nn uuconipromiMug wjuf.iie OK>.* ''' M M M ""iM aNOTICE. T Mary A. Bezaau,, deceased,lat of Leon County, visits, and, free of expense, enjoy extraordinary practicul IS filed in the office of ib Clerk of the Cucuil3Tfeirt
*the Nebrwka bill before the will be Plank Road of Jackson Comity hi* petition praying that his abe
addition of hi* j ou *' ...Uit-ra inatitutiouk awl Southern liglitsWe .-There Meeting atWnukpuah gives notice to all persons having demands 8giuIdt.iid: aJvant&ree.There *s a- C

to aLitndz3en cruld oo by any jibility b* coushued cannot follow Mr. Long through nil! Lie argument. Jefferson County, ou Saturday, tic Hint estate to present them wi'hin thin time pre'uerih"d by are during the session, about eight hundred change to that to of George moat Washington do so before Me t Uis
wishing object 8psb
more than dd ** Territorial LiU u3 ]85o. with continual Jay of Chtober, for the purpose of providing for the law, or Uiu notice will be plead iu bar of their'reeorerv persons j 1s It cal greeted applause and all those indebted are reqnestod to make 16A3 the number of patients was thirteen thousand Term of taid Court, to oa tatJsVndky *
l1lorigtLlly simply copied, word for of the Plank Road to Wuukouab. ; JOHN *.,
word
the coutinuaUou Newport
ch5.5 iLioughout The Democrats Lave every reason to re immediately. THO.J.VfiRKINS, seven hundred and fiftv-one. May next.

the Uub aLd New ilexico bills With teferilarery joice at the result of this discuscion. We wish everyman Here mil 1>e a Barbecue given on that day.I .- payment [Sentinel] tidnttniitratcr.6w THOMAS HUNT, IL D., ]Dean.:

to .. -, ,-'.and_: wnseeMeytlf- t*.., DO. eouitructiou. ID. the Stats could hare beard it The discw.ivu!I Tie citizens generally am i invited to attcud.I Atiuit6,1851. 54 August I7r 1S54. 81.. ;.rt.xa'l5mE 5 ((16,) 1 4. 77 si .

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JUDSON'SECAL TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA, \yfES8RSBETTON EZTBAOT, OF I 1V.L call attention to the elegant assortment of '
and Retail P.al.r in your
Wholesale
&dw".UbowD"
Good, received per Watitta and adapted to your NOW'rj ;" 1
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a IDe II jog 4. J
a DRUGS AND MEDICIHES.T ) sole use.

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SAFE and certain cure for Couglis.Colds,Croup. )EFVXIT, Dyestuffij, Surgical Instruments, Edgings and Inserting. for Spring and Sanam wear ,

A Asthma Con'utnption of the Lunge Spilling of L Spices Snuff, Window Glass Paints, Edng Ins'ng Maltese Edging, pert tH IoUcririaIi 1I: .. It

I, Blood Bronchitis U- plug Cough, and all Pulmonory a Oils Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco, SWISS: VftkOCIOISmyrna" Brown aDd White Navy Drill Frock 4 8ai _
flections. aud Glass Ware, Patent Medicines. Real Fancy and WWteLbei Drill do Cost

Fine Soaps Fine Tooth, Furs Wines and Brandiesand M M Smyrna Fleaneing Clouded and White Frock and Mask Coa&do .

CHERRY 'AND LUNG WORT eo C Hair Brushes for Medicinal purposes Blond Saxony I'White i Striped and Plain Gttwbam Sack Ces' .

Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles, BTk and Cord Drap dEta sack
aid
LOVELY YOUNG LADY CURED OF lroq C._
A
rom TKK CDBK !rCoigto nr Garden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars.He Goods. do do Somrner Cloth da do"-

. : Colds loanaess Splttiag CONSUMPT10Ng3 has recently received per brigs Aa Sawyer andMonitor White and Cord Drill Pants

The f.l1owing is (rum the pen of Wm. II. LeviaonErq a Laze and Fresh tvpply every varietyof TACONET Cambric, Swiss Muslin Fancy Mamifle Pant,

' of Blood, Right Sweats, Asttuu, the di i;>tingii"hed editor of the U. S. Military and articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and' J Check Dook" Pansy c..aaimere do for Smnaur v

1 Lifer CoapUlite and Naval Arcus under date New York January 26/185ti Physicians will always find at this establishment a full Striped Nainsook Bl'k Drap tfEU do do do''sr
of thing needed,and on tbe most liberal Cord Curtain White
What culd be more conclusive f supply every Fig'd Fancy aDd Marseilles TM,
CONSUMPTION.DEATH terms. Linen Bishop' Lawn. Light Spring Silk Vest
It is seldom ourselves to
we permit occupy a DR. JOHN CULL filled and
Orders from tbe Country promptly satisfaction ,
be and ho been prevented in tliou place in these columns tel speak in praise of any article with -ALSO-
4 can guaranteed regard both to prices and Goods.
A
SOME'rHINGNEW Mourning general aortDentof 8hie
in the medicine but when the life .Cotlart.
of by this nature' own remedy patent way ; we see G1oorea. .
cases Physicians' prescriptions carefully com
? ,1UDSOXS CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY of a fellow creature saved by the me of any medicine AND VALUABLE. quality.pounded. B:L'K all wool de Lames, Black Satin vats, Bowery Drawer, Undmhirt. and Tarioaa 0th-

! : AND LUJfGWORTH. medicine unlike most i whatever, w. consider it as our right if not our duty, The mOlt powerful King on the taN ef the globe now Also EPPINO'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT Bombazines, Hair Crape, er A article full assortment too numerous of Cloth to mention

of the patent r remedies of the day is the result of thecareM.ztuJ to give a simple statement of facts, that others may n\fn\ uprrm io ,he Amric KcpnbUe. The Own OF BUCHU. Fig'd Silks, French *. Cassinere Vertin..
scientific and m like manner be I lienefitted. The case which has induced of the rrowoel hea.a nf Europe rink into 'Imignificuie .5 Watered do English which the rabaenber Is prepared to manthetn.. :
and experieneed -
December 24 1853. 61
experimented
I' Physiciant.! The two principal ingredients us to pen this article was that of a young lady when European rompaml Kings' to that employ of our the American power Tented Klnif.in them to Plain do M'ning Sleeves t Collars. order on the shortest notice, in the mot aate.

+ 4 have long been known and celebrated. of our acquaintance who by frequent exposure to the I Increase tbe richeS of the rich &0') lordly, and (A reduce Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. ) ; and best poeaible IIW1Der. AU ,. of iood
.
contracted I ml"ry anJ rt'frsd tinn.the por nnd drpeo.dint. Clothing: caIJ.F
4 air
night a cold which settled the to grea..r Handkerchiefs.
the of on lungs
k CHERRY BARK.-When strength Window Glass assorted sizes
WILD ,
Onr American King goes forth with e' tul willing. ffBOXES Order from the
-' this is properly extracted it the best medicine known before its ravages could be stayed. (This occurred Bens to the lordly mansion and humble! cabin.rcaJ.T, alik 1 vf U I 100 kegs White Lead, pure,extra No. 1, T ADIES Emh'dmrkts. Ladies Hem St'd Wdkfs..LA to ooontry prorDptJl &ttfDdtd
?, far the worst Coughs! and otber Pulmonary diseases two years ago this wintci.) Various remedies were i to aJminioter relkf anJ to offer hoalth Mol happiuM t) S barrels Linseed Oil, CTbric Tape Ordered tJy A. B CI.ARX1.
caring rich and the lArch 18 18&4.
II used but wither little effect benefit The : the lofty and lowly, the po.r.DR. 11
it ]loosem the phlegm and enables the sufferer tlI I ) or cough fi LardOil,

t expectorate easily, and aJ.>ne will cure the worst cold I grew worse, with copious expectoration,and the sunk JOHN BULK'S 20 Kegs Zinc Paint, Collars & Sleeres. In Leon Circuit Court. -

; ':t or cough which i Dt'gectedalways! ldsto Consump en eye and pale hollow chk told plainly that pul. 20 I packages Fire-proof Paint (bbl and J bbls.)
lion. monary disease was doing its worst on her delicate GREAT! AMRI! AI KII&& ll OF, ?M\\ 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil, "17 MBR'D Collars Embroidered Sleeve, BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND D1STRTBTJTI05 .

.: k4sr! LU>G WORTH.-This i is a plant the virtues of frame.T e family phi'Uii was consulted and although I. the TE5TR 'VOHI> R or THI WOKI, and theblemluz t/'O'C'"t 2 Train Oil. 1 bbl.! Copal Varnish Mourning Lace Haley T. Blocker, Sheriff and exofficJo .dmin lfnfcr

; which are known to but few, j it has been said by themost be would not admit to the young lady that she er offered to afflicted humanity; to the,.ffr Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retail. A general Honiton Setts of Sleeves & Collars. of the Estate of Graham Hans and CIIarIea !
.. Imd the he would ine DlII.i.m'hr Doctor can w y, relief n at your com- via deceased
4 learned of all tin\ that nature Li; really consumption give no en 1 complainant
:. men s provided In''U.'nu hare only to u e thl mnyical remedy All assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters'materials.
.t I a remedy for each ai/1 every disease," and tic courngemeut as to a cure. At this crisis, her motherwas I thni> nhoiitiil 'ruder and will not accept the proffered D.H.AMES. Silks, et cetera. '.
persvaded to make t.e.'fa buttle] e.f Dr. Roger not the pity of their) ftniirin.TliUi William N. Bars admraistrator
Je-tTT of
:, discoveries that are daily l made go to prove its truth. lialm December 2". 1853. 51 I LACE Silks. White Satins, Join Btri 4
the .
wonderful nirjirinc during brirtpuio irinre
: ComrRiURtl Syrup of Liverwort and Tar and we alP ceosed and against Nancy Lee and
t4' Lnn.:wortk it tltlets'lhe remedy d'tignrd by nature Its iutroiliwtion. him rirrie: hitpplneM to the heiirU oftboasnnjo. \J Marcelline Silks, Black" Wilr"n.ra.
** for Contwtption Its healing properties are happy to state that she was perfectly cured in less I and m*Je life a charm to many who hentofore Wines, Syrups, &c. Florence" Crape Lieme. and Mary bra wife, and Jesse RaiTT
and the with which it thau three months, by this medicine alone after even. I'f'jIlr.j..1 it only as a painful and mlrahl r xi cures
wonderful rapidity Bl'k }
truly It i is useless such To the winds with all Liniment, F.wh".-.Io.. |' laKilier Otard Brandy, Frcab Dates, 'jJd' appearing to the
OLD
hope was destroyed. to comment on : White Silk Illusion Court a15darit.t1.Lw.
H&1: the worst cases of Ulcerated Luiiiru soothing and subduinj and Pala Extractor and let mlliiom of Klait Port, Claret, Bl'k Wat'd by
a case as this, fur the simple truth will reach where -A- apt, William If. Umrut, rentf
all irritation almost immediately. is a proof vf tongues proclaim the merit of the greet American Madeira Old Port Juice, JJrocade" Bl1c. Iwrooif lie T.q
*Hf_ its adaptation to this di eMc. These two articles earn- rjolished fiction never can. If any doubt the authenticity King of Pain" a preparation co iiponwl solely of Tegetable Cider, Whit Wat'd Blonde Nett of this State but within the United States and fat
of this statfincnt let them call at this office.U. .- mid ronta, 'iru-luced by America' own neb andouncflue Sherry, Sparkling defendant William Lewis, aad Mary, his wife
form aid
other .
llnrd 'fA purely reyetaUe ingredient, a Mil.We Scotch Ale,
London
; met lC ne that i is certain to cure the w.>r l eaw 'of C..nsumption : ..'. Jilitary an JJ\aval Argun, Ao. 19, Chatham would jsk the TAME: who are always. competent Peaches Porter Brandy Cherries, Ribbons & Trimmings. 'j Jesse HavU. reside in the State of Florida bat not a
fP II.\:: JadgM of what i III and what i Iq Dot valuable r..uily utedieioe Brandy the Middle Circuit:
if taken before the eaffercrH entirely pros- to do u. a H", -U1 furor by giving the Klnlot Tain Ra"pberrv Syrup, Sardines. do Sash Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringes, It it ordered That the defendant William
; trated. Do not be discouraged t rial fin do no harm, TESTIMONIES OF TIlE N. Y. PRESS. I a amide trial anJ it eatMjrtnry. exert thnr inlluence Strawberry Froh Lobster, BONNET do Satin" Zephyr Worsted, do and KBsrl
answer the bill filed An beibreftj
: but will convince the most sceptical of its real wortb Frjm the N. Y. In iU 'lichaif: recommend it. t.nk[ well and often of it, Shad. Worsted appear or
: Courier Aug. CO, 1859. Lemon" Velvet do Bell Bindings
$ and .. tkiit i' i Ia u-wl by tUnir afflicted nv4ghb'.rs. The Cap first Monday in December next and that said Winy,
v THOUSANDS OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS ITDrt. ROGEH'S Srnrr OF Livtnwor.T \:D TAB.-Wo i iha'.e 1.'l'ff are al.nticb.ritabl" aDd whe4i they indue* tluir Oingl'r" Salmon Silk Braids as.rted, White t C.l'd. Bobbin Lewis and Mary Lewis, his wife and Jesse H viai
have beeu deceived repeatedly in buyiuy medicines lutt..ri"lt frictiili to u.e thin really valuable lucdn-ine, Clams
Cord A
Pine Snake
h'/T.I: i>f several important euros recently effict1y Apple White Silk Fringes, Tapes. also] and answer the said bill
appear on befcre
or
they will be doing an act of benevolence) ttitt they ran tU
.. but wbu-li have Preserved
: t which were said to be infallible 'ure* ',1 I this excellent medicinal and in Gauva Jelly Quinces first in
: preparation! ne well lie prt>ud of HIM in a powvrful and truly uivirical Monday October next; otherwiae the
: proved only pallitivcs, but thin medicine i* not only instance that camumJcr our ob.ervuti"u, ve cnn remedy fur all external dincu", itoi-en "..lIitJ ?.. burn, Currant (it-,. Peaches, Gloves & Mitts. plaioant's bill shall be taken pro eonfesso agaiiattlwa wtn-
: pallitive but a rare far ulceratedwng.. It contains had &c., and for ni&ny internal atBicti'mx.it l Ii a ci-rtam cu'e, Gelatine, Tamarinds,
V spook; confidcutly. One of our employees who Sparkling respectively and it is farther ordered
4 niul trial will it yt it Is pt-rfivtly L rmlH. and incapable "f producing aMd and colored Kid! Gloves, ; thatpabSo
4. no deleterous Dru one prove ntn suffoied severely from a long .tandill 1.JI., during the tb. leant injiiriouo .- .rtn in the m<<*,t del>04'.. cawa or Flavoring Extracts, Spices, illlf tiff ofr! LADIES .4 Silk I tion of this order be made in one of the TalDtLaiH i ii
z '
ishir efficacy better than any assertions or certificates past: week commenced the ue uf this article, and hi* the weakest, c'!.titutit>n. Yeast Powders, Pickles., Lst 1' i papers once week for four months *
tfl.i47-'. in curing Cou umpti- and all di-ea& B (.f f the Luu sand cold has ( diajpeared.From It i in entirely a-u-lrf to follow the od: and worn-utsyxteui Corn Starch Salad! Oil, Beaver M 1st :Monday.a December next. precedafttrf
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I suf-li ; nfblon, in of publUliln: t'> thot public Ihou "I/'l' of Ct-rilQ- Cashmere I
Liter a* Spitting Ct1JgJr.JII Capers
the N. Y. Mil ror Sep. 2, Ih50. catcn of won,lent '/('. !n'l l Ioy tlnv melirine., It rojts Olives Buck Ollnntlttt i Ordered at Chambers, Aogust 1st. A.D. 1854
:'. the, Mil' and cli'tt t. wiahtteniti, :v. d'f.Caution. but eniy-flve tents to try U ; an.l. l>r. Hull .tat hiwcll Worcwtprclnre Sauce, C'coa.EnglMi I Ar CHAMBERS. J. WAYLES
To protect our o\vn as well a the (V)n- LIVERWORT AVD T/R.-Of the virtue cf Dr. R"gors' -ar.ir'l reputation on thaw Kin f of I'.iiu duing all and 3Iutard D. II. AMES. a' Bl'k Silk Mitts, BAKER,
t trI1 li meili.'incii from the al. trti I.] '.* tu"re than he cluuin for it. Worsted August 5. 1854. SI 4m .
fumptive auffererswe arc Mivp D'mIM'r 21. 1''.,:. 61
,. the of COMSTOCK & BROTHER on the it is ne:.HoPR now to cjwak : is! flicacy in sjictdilvcuriisg \V. oold! a..k. biro you the Hli...um titn! or flout that: __ October 2 ?. 185:. 43 Manufactured
& signature! aud LUAW Tobacco.
thep ni.>u we
;t; '. wrapper, without this it is worthless counterfeit. Jtemtmler cou li", eel ]1',Pint other lujijoomplaintfl.! whiuli. you would lue to drive them uw>ty awl oua a* puaaibie, :Just Received, per E. nemin ton,
this.CARLTON'S. t too froquently rt-cult in coiifninpti"ji, h t>> well cMabliahed then WIll surp-lyef DRUGS and MEDICINES, AGENCY OF THE / TNA INSURANCE CO. JUST RECEIVING a further Ito of som 200

.+ & : LINLMENT FOR THE PILES Ac in public c"i>fidi-nee, to need eulogy now. 4' BCI.L'3 KING OF PATS:' AFRESH, Oilsye-Stuff.'. tc, undersigned. Agent of the above Company assorted Maao&etcred Tobseto,at I.
) of J-0"1 THE prices than it ran be bought in of the
used in the hospitals, and in the From the N. Y. DcsrLtchug.. 25, 1850. Would you be cumd almoot IlUuuroila"Y lhIJ1..r.l Mor- -ALSO"iOO receive applications for and make insurance any lam KM.
principal
-It i is ,
; now Complaint, D.ntery..Summer Complaia keta North. Trader w iU do well to examiBe tanpkt
private practice of our country by an immense imuilr We have heretofore taken "CCaSI.fl to give our t tos bn, Crazop Colic H a4 Ache Toot 1. or .u y.other. ache Ounces Sulphate of Quinine Far against loss by Fire. on Brick and Framu Buildings before ordering their Spring stocks. Will jenrtrj

of luJjvidu&la and families, fir-t anJ mofct certainly tiinouy in favc-r <,T the curative jir(f Dr.llog- or pain, tfae remedy is limple aud the cure c rtaiu.USE Grand. D. II. AMES. Furniture, Merchandize, :c. samples, with price attached to k.

0 for the care of the PILES and aUo extensivelyutid l'Ij'! O nip'unJ Syrup of Liverwort awl Tar tIJ.J l TIlE GREAT KiNG OK J'AlX. April 22, 1854. 16 January 2t 9, 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. : credit to 1st of April will be girtn any vim deakav e .A.
to baffle credulity unless here its would here VTo'nlJ have Sore !."llinr.I'U!'. Burns, lay a
I effectually as ( repeat the advice already given, 1r> all you your f lily is required.Newport -TXTuaJfTX
in the HreJcM, I.rw..e..r any other "ouui Lra<*l, -11 re o&tit Extensive Assortment of
'0 effects are witnessed Externally following can- p<*roii3 vho ate afflicted with consumptiitu <>r any of OM the FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, January 11, 1864. 8

plaints:-Drop y Svtlliny, Ja"'lI1lf'i..twt orCbronittyhiiigimmfdiate the premonitory. symptouis, to make a trial of"DrJtOl'r. MAGICAL KlXfl( OF TUX.cnU SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
Threat Rfinu .' GKOWTII OF 1853. Bank of
; au, 'Jre Charleston.AGENCY .
pn'pLr.t: 1"0. I enrvd of Scald Head. 3iff Joint*,? rThrwat. .
$ M Sprains; Burnt, d'c. S<>ret oral llccn Whether J:% The trenuine is tignej AXDREW Roorns ou tho I Neoralpa you Sore Breast I.uu>b'".T.tter or King RUT Baga, Flat Turnip,Cabbage,nl'ptl.
fresh or of long standing, and\ fever si-res Its operation steel plate engraved wrapper around each bottle, and : IVorui. Salt Kheuin. It" ,
upon adults and children in reducing iheumatic U sold holt-tile and retail\, bySCO'VIL I I Hands, and auJ all again other,toga s*> .aixicr eitti-r is dry IT or JoLu running liull"KISOOVrAlX. '". we December: :51 and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer Newport. January 14.1554.FASHIONABLE ._S
cay agaia
swellings, and loosening coughs and tightness of the i MEAD.. I ." Metallic Burial Cases. Good*, which they are now opening. Consisting in
)( chest by relaxation of the parts, has been surpri"iu? I 113 Cli.-trtrcs: "t. Now Orleans ofGents SPRING & SUMMER

f beyond conception. The common remark '.f ihf 'e Sole gonpral agents for the States, to \\hom Rn orders Eruption Would) yon, or any be cured.
,4 : :, who bas u'edit in the J'tlft is""It act!like a charm.? aii'l applications; for 1' elJc ts mu<'t be addie!spr John !!ul!"> 5iiaj nlta interunliy, a. 14 -Lustre" .. AM DOW receiving an extensive ajsortmcBt

... It. is uarfanted to please any person that will try it.Caution. <,ld a'.M' bv D. II. Am', Barnard: fc Maxwell and the King of P.m exteru_;iy, uofUaii can bo more Cashraerctta I Cloths Cassimere Vesting, Drap d"Ete, While

_' .:-' .-Never buy it unless you find the f.ic [fa<.li A Co., 1'allaha"ll'C; W. lUigors & Son Clmttn Ccrtaui lhaa a speedy and 3fCto l cure. Drap D'.Ele .. Brown and Fancy Lineu, White and Figured tu

3 p .f simile signature of Couistock
:.4.,.'?SjH TJ ;f.?- the wrapper. Quincv; A. H. Wilson, Newport; Samuel Pu: I'KINCIPAL OFFICE, TIlE sizes of the Patent Metallic Burial Cases laletot. notice, in the most fashionable style and on itateta

fr/iv-? DEAFNESS.-Use Dr. LARZETTS ACOUSTIC leston 1'ut il'tlIo. urn CaOl Snm, On Joo"lnc.w Mite, mentioned? iu the certificate.J. al Drap D'Ete 'a'a terwa.ALSO-
accompanying
,.rillt.l OIL. f"'r the cure of D, afne..s. Also, all these disagreeable July 1. 1854._2 _4m row_. LOUISVILLE KY. A. EDMONDSOX.x Clouded Marseille A LARGE AXD WELL SELICTED STOCK 07

-. noises, like the buzzing of insects, falling of fO.BALBBT DRUGGISTS &.IEp.CIUnS TIlIl8CQ'JI. a' Wallace Cloth Frock Coats, R ADY-MACE CLOTHING

v.:* r.t .?<;. wat-rf, whizzing of eteain which are symptoms of ap- I S. W. BAKER, OUT nut UMIEb: TATE3. W April 5th. ".. Chambra Sack... ".. Consisting in part of Caahmarette Frock ad, Sub

t t .4, ;iis-\: proachiug deafness. Persons who have been deaf for ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1) H. AMES, Agent, Tallahassee. 31a'ierji.. FJSK AND RAVMOXP, Kremlin 'a .. Coats Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats Tired

fvoeoty years and were subject been to use ear trumpets MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. April 2 9, 1S54. 17 f m G L";:. ::EX-We witne!.ed tile utility of your ornamental Fancy Gingham a I. Sacks, Drap Et. Frock Saek and Etumess Cottt,
:- have after bottle, made welL Brown. White t Cord Linen
nwng oze
1 Patent Metallic Burial Case. used to convey < Sack and Business
HJrtr -- ----- Alpacca Coats White.Brvwa ud
TO OWNERS OF AND DEALERS IN HORSE3. March 18, 1654. 1 Init. -- White and Buff Marseilles Vest,
the remains of the late Hon.John C. Calhotm to : Fancy Linen Coats Black Drap d'ne tad Smsuz
Carlton't Founder Ointmen*, far the of NEW COTTON GIN. : J cord Welting "
euro .\f. C. WIUTAKCR the Congressional Cemetery which impressed us with an fancy Casaimere Pants, White and Fancy Daft Pants
M
Founder Spit: Hoof Hunf Imun'i Horses and) ContraoteJ the'belid that it i* the be..t article known to us for Brown Linen White and Fancy Marseilles Vests Fancy taiftaia

b.i-: and Feverish Feet, Wnund<, Brills: in the FlchGallcl RESIDENT PHYSICIAN NEW PATKXT KTKKJ. TOOTW CVI. transporting the dt'ji'l to their final resting paeo.) a' Black Drap DEt Pact" *, Silt Vests,Shirts Collar.,CranU.TYsid.rehMsDrww.ere .

.. Hicks Cracked Hctls Scratches, CuU, Kick* TALLAHARSKB, J'LA.OFFJiKS THE>Ell GIN wlnit-e} failure lias l/om reported With resist Will subscribe ourselves! Yours Ac, M Elastigne 0.. Gloves. Hosiery, teJOHN PBATORIUK
._ .&. horses. Lin jirof'f.bi"nal tcrvircs to the, citizens of Atcbison Jeff. Davis Merino
y on allf tIe States j i. etili ali.eau.l II. Clay. D. It. April 8. 1854. 14SKYLIGHT
i-: C3uliCln.-AIl of the above named article arc .,.!<} '- (e :and vkii.ity. Office firt d..r KH.-I tLroush CJUoh.growinjr Lewis Cats, A. C. Orcene, '". It. King, Queen's Cloth _
,, l the \\siti has keDLruI.t
cuti/ bv Comstrtck do Brother. 2! Kt Filer's I'Jare. directly of I'ot-t Office buildijig immediately adjoiniLg Dr. itl/'f! tv that ri/ ,state nii' during of wl.ich rcasua leu'Icrfeits I D. S. Dickinson i 1 an. Webster Henry Doc'get White and fancy Linen Drill Pact. D1GUERRE1N GALLERY

) ; ;In rear of the Attor Iluufc, Ij-twcen li'irclayanj'l'eteif Na.li. : to pcrfet-tifii J. M. Mason, J. M. Berrien, W. P. Mangum. Blue and French Cottonade, BABNARD'S
certain. Torl its OVER DRUG .
I'U'opc ort etaplc' great erioiityv TOR%
?4 _I st f,. one d'Kir from liiotJtray, New York Jarmnry 14, 1851. 2 ly uf October 1. 1853. 39 tf Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers,
__ ___ > r the NtW Hill; isMrikin lv appprent tu /-CllijuJcs.Tlli Linen Bosom Shirts. Merino Undershirts subscribers to tL. I .
to wlwin'nil orders must be e1irc tl. AU". bv EDWARD rImE respectfuUt.announce *
: ;_1.f.4 UPt BARNARD only in Tall: '-<-e, who"is the A. PERRY AMAKER, superiority! cuiisisls in its 1 l\'ingtLc lii.t elf inter, Leon County lion Works. Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats and .hAUte sod vicinity
fi wore "j"n tiiidfrte {(Jill kno!*, an.! does not cut Drab Beaver that their Gallery for the
r.i..W11 only wholesale dealer >r Flori.la. and will supply TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. open daily reception of
country merchants at the lowest prices. By Johnson f ifV@t rJr V IA V 1LM7, break. '.r in any way injure the fibre, at the same rstablL-hment i is noin full operation. All Black fur. Drab brush and Pearl Hata visitors, Sundays excepted. Miniatures taken of aQ

n". & Eppcs Monticello, E. Seixas, Thomavilc, Ga. T ALL.lIA5SEE.'LA.. time irnpai'tin; to tile lint that soft Lud oily Ceding THIS will be attended to with promptness, and "Boys BUok do fancy col'd Wool! .t Fur Kosauth Data, sizes and styles of the art. Ladies--l gentlemen u*
K'i3.. \vbi-b is natural to the staple whet\ picked by band ( Infants Pearl Hats, invited to call and examine their .
nod by one peon in tow n. Mn.r 21. 20 fancy peciis rs.
every _ _ inukm the lint from the same lot of seed, worth all work done with neatness and dispatch.All N.R
Instructions given ki tie art and all tiod .
October 15,1S53. 41 Goods. ,
kiudi of work such Steam Work Mill Work, Fancy
JOHN B. GALBRAITH than beu as ,
frcin | to 1 J ( ut" per puuud usorc \ ginucd Daguerr ao material for sale.
'
:4tsc. p. Gin Mill Circular Saw Machinery, Ribbons of all Bonnet. Cap "White and
the gill.It Ge'iring. Sugar qualities
: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW tin saw KUHNS & BAILEY.
.lfrq DAVID WILSON\ CK-SIIH the Sea Islaii'I! Cotton 1-cautifu', and will Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers Plough Casting, .sCastings Coolored Satin Ribbons, Black, White aud Colored Febz-naryll,18S4.
6
.. in the attention of his Tallahassff, Florida. :. a1* Sugar Kettles, of size kept Velvet Ribbons. ly
FT1AKE3 plcasuie calling cusJL pin fiom 800 to 1 Of(,n i pounds j per day, and bO far: as ; any -
;r1u&r tI < tomera aDd the public to the choice and extensive Office up-stairs in the Capitol immediately Manufacturers have tested it, the lint is in a much constantly <>n band. All work done io such an (estab- Ladles Dress Goods, To THE PLMTERS OF FLORIDA.

: assortment ofSPRING adjoining: the Senate Chamber. (Oct. {<. 41) better cond.tion fi>r the Mill than from any other lishmeut'will done by us, with a particular regard Consisting in part -
.-r' : AND SUMMER GOODS to the klrengtb and durability t D. P. HOLLAND Gin.In
which be has just received by all the recent in rival*, North Carolina MOMTS Battled- Son ofEilgecomb] Competent Workmen always iu readiness to put up Black and 2d Mourning. "THE undersigned now in Mississippi but soon tX .

,. and is now opening for inllpt ctinn. In the dispa1c.A' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, County Mid Dr. n.! L. lull c.f W& 'ne C-'iintj and Engines,
whereof he pledges himttelf not to be undersold Qnincy, Florida, tevtral otben have trie.l) the Gin (,n Short Cotton the will be liberal and all work done strictly for Black, White. and Colored Jaconet, most careful Planter in the selection and improvement -

: the aameterms, by bouw in this city. upon lt it H'.tSon and are l.ihaly pleueed! \itb the resi'ltIn cash or accepted orders on some business firm in this Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Bareges, of eed. to supply him with Cotton Seed for the
in the
any tITILL practice Court of the Middle Cir. and
old Iron
Texas the New Gin Ixiuudtu clean.- place. Liberal prices paid fur Copper Black Colored and Embroidered Tissues next He has taken tie
Among the above, may be found a very rare aud 1 I\ cuit. and Jackson and Franklin Counties. i iOrICllj.r H sweep crop. great pain to precnv
t choice selection cfLadies Capt. Join} Duncan clf Mata;urda, who purchased the Hra'!. Plain anti Printed Hernamy, purest and best sorts, and will engage t. famish the
J Fine 23. lE5:._42_tf fit, two Gins wild in Tex.is, daclarfS tluit ifhe bad All letters must addressed (post paid) to Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Gughams Planters of Florida with better seeds than have cvtr

; -"V.- I, Dress Goods, WILLIAM SCOTT reoti\il them in-time to lave Ginned his wlicileerop, it J. M SUlNi: & CO., Tallahassee, Fla. of all qualities, before been brought to the State. He "ill .4liw

consisting iu part of would have made a difference of from 200O to 8000 March 11. 1S54. U> Edging and Inserting of all descriptions, the seed to the order ef the Planter in St. 1_*

.4. Brocade Silks Berage Robes Solid Curd TOY tA TMONTiCELLO LAW, dollars in his fa n'r. BROKAW'S Colored Parasols and Parasolets, Newport during the next fall or winter,and iriB p'
P. B.
.0 4-4 Black Silk, and Figured.Fancy : FLA. The CO inch Ginll;l are wax ranted to pick 1500 pounds Black and 2d Mourning Parasols and Parasolets duce certificates,attested a* to the character./tit articles

de Silks Paris, Robes Worked White French July_::o. lf.53._30_tljan elliot in 12 hours. The 48 inch Gins will do from UKHY AMD( SALE STABLESj: Gloves of all descriptions, furnished and the standing ef the Flsatcn from

Crape I IIMIO) to I 1200 IKJUIK!* (.f lint in die tame time, with Spring Capes Collars ar.d VUittea, whom they are obtained. The kind furnished '31

-i ,c': .' .. Beragesn and splendid Berage Delaines Challics, Tobacco. proper cpced. and to run a" lonjj as a Saw Gin ; and TALLAHASSEE...,.FLORIDA. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, be the Dig White Mexican, the Viek, tie Pitt and

a 4'fr.Lb styles, Figured I UST received a large lot nfthc various brnndsT.f zne.i'eol fail ure,w itb proper uasige, they will be made C I Saddlery. Little Brown. The Big WhiteMexican are the med
Shd Cul'd Tan Brown, Cfwlley Borages, tj !. Proprietor would 5n- after in the most reliable Ito
the Ikrgcr Tobacco, which to the trade will be fold gofh THE sought Mississippi as
Drabs, Steclc. Green, Printed Lawns I. co.t and ch.irgos.! D. C. WILSON.Ajpril I'iic r.f48 ineh Gm ?.:OO."or CO inch $325. Tobe his friends art! the Ladle's Saddles. Velvet and Plush seat, but will supply either of the others if desired.
x Pink Blue. Black and Tissues of Jiff(rent styles, I he has rebuilt Gouts Patent Leather Entatil Saddles,
I public, that _ JadianCourt
22 1 854 H deliveied) at the IIarvt dejiot t-r landing to the Planters wishing Seed, can address him at
White Bcrago* Muslim of all kinds,tc,:c. ; ::_ the old stand and is Spanish "
q : puicba-. nnd a Man furnished to Ft the Gin running. his large Brick Stables! at now House, Florida post-paid
ALSO, B f'lll jwsortment! (>f tet accommodate his friends and ctwtomers. aa II Tennessee "
j.i.; BAKER & rcIVEn TIIIIH Cush (>i\ ten Ila\trial prepared JOSEPH: L. DUTTOJT
,, Laces and Ennliroijcriee, Hats ani Caps, al. has attached to his Stables, a good'Black RuSet. "
Tliere will JIC A t.c"k of these Gins kept in Tal- lIe o April 29, 1854. 17 tf
t 1..s BoBocts and Trimmings, Boots and sli.>c ATTORNEYS AT LAW, labaaire at the Uriek Store recently nceuiHetl) by smith Shop here he will 1111\e done all kinds of Spanish "

::. "& Parasols and Fans, Wood and Willow Ware, TALLAHASSEE AND QU INCY. rLOKIDA.: Messrs. E. T. Tailor i Co. f.r the sale of their caw 1'1lIIlatillll"llrk.. Horse shoeing, and Cairinge work Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do. Madison Circuit Court. Jliddle Circvit of Flnitl

t Gloves,Hote.&c, Hardware and Cutlery WILL tiraotice in the Middle! and Wettoni Circuits Gins. in the very Lest manner and with promptness and Bridles ll1rtin ale8. Riding, Boggy and Carriage Fall Turn 1854. Attachment. Sum ivora
,, Ladies Gaiters, Hollow Ware and Iron, and Valises Carpet Bags Ac, tc.
Florida, iu the Counties of Decatur and dis|>:iitch.November. Whip, $279
a Ties and Buskins,ka, Groceries, &c. c1.c. tc. Thomas; 01nOLUNG All eomrnumc '; Gents Dress Goods }1l1Ja.66ee. will meet with prompt attent ()!. YIY"
-
,Cv.. JJAKER .. N. MIVER7'alhil.a.su. Knives and Forks Pen and Pocket Knives Guns .
"
And all other articles required by the country ors JOHN .M. WAUDWELL. Au.'". MILES NASH & CO.
low resident In fine, our htockcons-ii'ts rather in the Quiney. I Shot Pouehrs Powder Flasks and Game Bags.Trunk, E.: Wilmot Walter George H.Walter, and RictlUd
substantial realities than in and outward January 7,_115 J. 1 P. S.-Tliese Gins can be seen in operation on Short Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Box.Door and Pad Locks Cast Steel Spades and Shovel T. Walker. Merchants and Partners using the DIll*

.;, 4 puffs ap- Cotton tit the eointneneeiniut <>f the next Ginning ?, Collins' Axe, Chisel, Augers, Planes Cut-nails and sty!* of Walter* & Walker. .
infirm their friend and the that
pearances. Notice season nt the 1'lantntion clf Col. H. W. Williams (Gen.Win. WOULD public Iron Blacksmith's Bellows. Hammers, Anvils. Stocks Defendants and all others interested will tai

April:, 1854.:; 15 D. C. WILSON. hf-nl-v ;i\vn, in -onl.incc will the Constitution lliiley, ( 'v. John) I'ninoh and W. H. LU vdof 1 on hand a good assortment of such and Dies Screw'platrs. Vices Hoes, Corn Shellers, THE. of the commencement of the abov suit by

:-. ; t:. ABTIN r. ionr, R. II. M. DAVIDsON IS If thin Site' that at th- next POSMOU of the Oou- Leon Comity: : Cot U. F. Wbitner, of OlusJen} 'Co. ; articles us are generally kept in their Hue of business Straw Cutters, Cast Plow-poinU and Sweeps Trace attachment and are hereby notified to appear>M
,
DAVIDSON oral Afifct-nibly, 8JI1'1iali'1 j wiil be mal, for a Charier Thomas ). White, T. N. A J. D. JIarrick and r. A. and will be receiving regularly fursk- supplies. Their Chains, tc, tc. plead to the declaration therein filed.
DOBY & shall be
1(1 Incorporate a C.4lp..1y, to L fctylcd the Georgia Young, of Jaekwm c). :J. O. Anderson and Capt. terms reasonable. Groceries. POPE f. jj"UOJlft VS AT LAW Daniel P.ird! Jf'fferi'ho nnd J Tullsihavee! April 9th 1853. 14 1
MrQebco
aud Gulf Railroad Cuuipuuy. County ; C. Sugar Teas,Coffee Rice Best Pale Otard Bran July 22, 1854. 29.
QUINCY FLORIDA. August 5, 1854. 3m I K-.O: and CoL R. Ilarriwn, of Madison County.
Rum
Rectified Gin
8 lv, Old Rye Whiskey, Whiskey,
WILL practice in the Middle' Circuit of Florida The letter from the Mills Manufacturing Compa- Wakulla Iron Works, Wine, Sherry and Madeira, Tobacco Snuff, Cigars PROTECTION INSURANCE COtlfANY

t' in the Eastern Counties of West FodAll .- Jfadinon Circuit Court. MliLUe Circuit! of}'lriJ" n. I ubli&hed below' gives some idea of.the value of NEWPORT, :FLORIDA. Candles, and Soap. With a variety of other articlestoo HARTFORD CONNFCTICUT.
tLis Gin fur Cotton.TI0LT0KE
business entrusted to their care will receive prompt Pal 7frtn IbJl. .lacLrent Sum bor to, Long Staple Establishment is now in full operation. All numerous to insert hero. Capital Stock $300 0

attention. VJ:6 78100. TIllS will be attended with and Tallahassee March 18, 1854. 11 ef the above c
undersigned
t Ieoember2l,1853. M MJXBS. April 4, 1854.S. to promptness, THE Agent s
..r William McNaugLt and James Orlond,Merchants R. FAKKUVBT all work done with neatness and dispatch. j prepared to take risks agama Fire _on

t : Land for Sale. and partners) using the name and d'lp of McNaughti Esq All kinds of work such as Steam Work,Mill Work, Notice. mgs and their contents on the mod favorable tertu J

I Ormond N. Dear Sir: We have used the few Gin Gearing Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery persons interested will take notice that six F. H. FLAGO, AgeoU 1

; ; I WILL sell my plantation on terms the that are r<--' : J';1. Wilmot Walter,George II.Walter and Richard T. bales of sea Island .and other long staple Cottons Shafting Pulleys, Hangers, Plough Castings Brass I ALL after the first publication of this advertisement Tallahassee November 5, 1858. 44

lien enable in Jefferson aud accommodating 1-1n. eighteen to purchaser.miles Est: of It I ',11H'r. Merchants and Partners, using the name and which you oay was .ginned on your Sea Island Cottuu Castings &c.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size, kept I intend to apply to the. Hon. Judge of -
,
County .t tjle Walters A Walker. Gin.We constantly on hand. All work done in such an establishment Probates of Leon County for a discharge i from my i Notice.
,: Tallahassee 10 the neighborhood of Waukeenah. It Defendants and all regret in not Laving a larger supply of this will be dune with Administratorship of the estate of William Brockenbrough P,
regardto that apptiqtioa
is with hundred j othf'rl interested will take by us, a particular u hereby given an
choice land and in good two rI"JE Cotton to through our woiks
repair : a larger quantity
and cleared, Land and of the commencement of .he above suit by pass the strength and durability of the work. deceased. NOTICE to the next General Aeeero"Ny..1
sixty acres buyers come nee "WlIU1JnaMe to
; attachment and us judge more correctly as to tbe relative Workmen in readiness to ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUOH Adm'x.June IlIJUQulDCY
are hereby and Competent always put up to be called the
Jor yourselves. ANDERSON PEELER. nutife t appear meriU of your Cotton Gin over the common corporate a Company .
17 1854. 24 6m
to the declaration Engines, tc. -
g plea thfreiD Plank Road Company.
18S4. tf fled
_-May___,____ ___18____________ A MAYS, roller Gin.With i! Terms will bo liberal, and all work doi,e strictly for 26 1884. 3m 84'
the small lot of Cotton Notice.SIX August _
on
4 NEW YORK. July 22, 1854.- 29 Plaintiffs' Attorneys. our experiments rash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this S
BREWER received we arc of the opinion that your Cotton Gin place, Tallahassee, or Quincv. : months after the date of this notice, I shall Notice.

t4 & CALDWELL, Notice. does not injure the Staple of Jtbo Cotton, and that Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass. application to the Judge of Probate of Madison wm apply to
tbe oodenigned
SUCCESSORS TO there is in the and cleanliness week after date,
CENTER an improvement evenness
i CO -
All )letters mubt be addressed (post paid) to County Florida for my discharge aa administrator SIX
Probate for MO"til
_
will made the fibre which will increase Hon. Judge
to the nxt General of materially the
L deceased.
GENERAL 4 CO. of John Coleman
COMMISSION MERCHANTS APPLICATION M. IL POND WfllUm
the 8iJ&ate.of
& fur a Rank Charter to belocated value of the article and) reduce the cost of Manufac i Fla. VANS RANDELL Adzn'r.May2O,1854. letters administration on
.N 20, OLD SLIP. January 21, 18I 3 NewPort deceased late of said County,
within its lirulU, with a stock not exceeding turing. 8m kins !
20 SAUNDERS-
r 1654. 18 6
MiylS, ly JOSHUA W.
<500,000. However these arc questions which can be more Tin and Sheet-Iron
xt Notice. August 12, 1854. 32 3m sjitiefttctiirily settled by experiment on a larger Copper, Notice. August 19,1854. 83' It_ -

'h will bo made the pcale, and in order to accomplish this, we hope ACTORY.
to
A PPLICATION nest General you IANUF months after date, I shall present my fInal ao" Notice. '
J\. Auembly of this State for a Charter construct Notice. will be able to furnish larger Siipplict of:long staple SIX and voucher to the Judge of Probate o
Plank Road ( Palslka to some point in Marion Cotton giuned by your Sea Island Ootto gin. Subscribers icform the citizen of Tal- Roberta months after date Janall: Pf lffiato iIf-
a rom SIX mouths after dat#. Ole undersigned, adroiniM 1 Tours Truly' "THE and the surrounding country that Madison County, a* adminiatrator of Lucy SIX vouchers to the Boo. J. C !
,
County near or at Micaoopy. of the estate TLomas Mill from drainUtratornip. d
deceased. Into o and ask to be discharged my Shenff and adoawlraipTJefferson
J. L. to furnish late
August ijg. 1854. 82 8m Gadsden County Floridawillprcsenf his final (Signed) DAVIS; Agent they arc now prepared custoners JAMES ROBERTS, Adm'r. County,as deelllof. I1'
'- account Hadley Follu Co. Mill. with all kind of ware, -wholesale and retail, in their 8 offieip of the estate of Henry Gran&fwD. &'
and vouchers to the Honorable 18 fred ''
ERSKINE & T iJ'nl1 : Wid County, and ak to be discWged.O. Judge.of Probate'. for Jun. 10, 18:54. 23 tf tine of business. May6.1854. aid Ooaoty, 'and uk' to be DABIEL tIiaeM'I'fd T. LINO
The Subscriber rail the attention of the public to DuPONT .dminiatratioQ.
4t'r'S AT LAW B. MILLS Administrator.gust New Store. their assortment of Parlor Cooking,and Wood Stores JOSEPH :H. September '1eu ,aor IID. _
12 1854.
82 .
,
UOXTU' 6m of the latest style; all trimmed in complete order, at AiI"TOatM AT 13 LAW,
BtLO
.r AND QrINCY. 'rS1X
subscriber hu purchased the ttoek of good the lowest market Please call and examine :Ne\lOe.
'' price.
nx' Ka; <;k ..Ql rcy-, I, .: Dairo&ia, Monticcllo \ Notice THE QUINCY FLORIDA Vi
Hayward A Randolph, and ioUndi k* piog a before purebuillg"elsewbere.. Also, Brittarmia and .b I1tiYd&te the 1e&
Jui4. Iis.DR. t ? hereby given,io pursuance of Ole requirements of Mtortment liis enotinue to occupy the office recently oceu-
general present stock is well assorted Ware Lead Sheet Zinc; Sheet Lead Prslts
Japanned Pipe .
,. JOHN P DUV4.L [the Constitution of the State, that at the next see- and h. invite all his friends to eaU and lee Um. House-work, Roofing Fancy Head; for gutter**Guttering WILL, d by.the late firm of C. H..A J. H. DuPont tM IICIJIdS _OtLW31P
,
of the General Conntie of th for I.ttirmcl'
L io the adjacent *Middle m-j..t
( be made himself sell *
ANeroblraptieatioo..ill He to and to pcactM
pledges on as good of
tere Pipe work
T ALLAH ASJIXJBFLORIDA.. *1( charter to incorporate a Company to be styled nOUN in tbe at any with neatness* and Shop despatch'. every'-description' done' *. ad..terD.Ci 'Be wHt al.o attend tie tern-* P.Luil ; ; mOJWl k. Soo1T.St .

omoi ATtnfx COURT HOUSE. to Tallahassee aodjQ orgia Railroad Company" citroTHOB.. P.:RANDOLPH.M WHITE 8LTJ8SER.October *t the Supreme Court Tallahassee* aDd Mari&mm. nu. .11 t ,.

January :$, 1IH. 4 j gust 12,185 82 8m 'j 57 1851. ', l$5Z. 40 tf January 'I, 1864. 1 < 16, .



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