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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 30, 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
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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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. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. SEPTEMBER 30 1854. VOLUME VI---NO. 39.
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al JJ:1U.H.ITY.-: ton.Kverillstoxvn: Pittstoxvn, and Sidney, to Clin From Burtville, by Williston, Annie Creek) Sacramento, Gratz, and Berrysburg, to Mill Tyrrell Perry Steam Mills, 1./.- '
and Glen to Ceres. .
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OF THE UNITED easbnrg. I
LAWS STATES From Ire vine to Warren.
Washington, by Taylor's' Mil!,M, t From Butler, by Evansburg, Zelienoplo From Dojlestown, by Buckingham, Pines From ;lj,
Karrsville } Fw drick bx' X"CHano'er.
Fuming, and eat\"s Mills, t '.1 I IVienna. Buhl's Store, lo New Wr. i
ripe
, jand Brighton. htstoxvn Newton Attleboro
Hulmesxille ville, Bofierstown t
[Public! No. 72.] I Mauataxting:
l From Butler, by> Mount Chesnut: Prospect aura Nexvporlsville, lo Bristol.
and New Jerusalem
From We!t Bloornfield Cn rile! to
ACT 2 to establish certain roads by Meade's flair L> \ White;loxvri. Breakneck, From Line W
j Ais post Zdit'nopleliddle ylestoxvn, by Lexington,fran From
and Pompton, 'Plains, to Po : freemansburg by '
ptoJ. Lincitter, Portursville, and Princeton, loNexvcnstle. I conia, Kuljsville Union Square, and Stouts ,
Skip
[iX COYTI\C tTIOS.] From White House to New Germantoxvn. : Springtoxvn bursonvillo t "
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pack to Tranpe. i and Dnblin
| to
Doylestown.I ,
from New York, New York, by Aquackjirofk I j From Butler by Cotiltorsvill- Anandale, !, From Doxtesloxvn, by \Ienellanics'iIJe ant 1 1 I From frirdensville to .
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( New Je.sy, to Paterson. 'j IV m White House to Flernincton. i t I :Murrinsxille, Clinlonville, and East Sands-, to, ,, Carversville, vr> Cenlre Bridge. f j From fneden.burg to :. !s'
From Newton by Freedom Gratitude I From Winsloxxby Ba: to, Green Bank:, ;,j I Fraikl'n.,1 i From Doyl-stnxvn, by Dublin, Straxvntoxvn. \-en.l '
f Johnsonbarg: Hope Serepta[ Belvidere Rock.1 and New (;r targ Harmony and Phillipsburg, to Easton,,, I PENNSYLVANIA.[ !, and. Bruin, to Laxvrencebiir"i.o. i l to Spririgloxvu. .1, oaekson Valley and Warreru C
Peensth-ania. From Aaronfiburjr, by Rehrrsburg, Lo. I j From. Butler, by White toxvn, Prospect.Partcrsrill ., i. From Darer, hy RossviU< xxisberrv, Wnraen. :"
From Paterson by Pomptoxvn, Blooming,'j j I gtnIills, and Sugar Valley, to Salo.na. ", and Princetoxvn, to Ne:.vra!tl.', Lisburn, and Sidonsburn, to Mechanic's-J i From Gibson by Ilerrick? I I
I dale, Newfoundland Stockholm! Hamburg,, !' Frnm Butler, by Petor&hnrg, 1'vansburr' + .. burg. 'Dale PUnsant Mount Roek: Lake : \ :
Deckertoxvn, and LibertxVill} } to Port Jevis. !, From 'n'w's1ill$, by )Einlenton, m' Breakneck, and Zelienople! to New liu Hi- !! From Duncannon.by Benvrnuo, New Buf- ton to Scolcport Station Mexv Y I }} i:'
hew Y srk. ';! Bend I, Clintonxille Centietoxvn, Irishtoxvn, to i, ton. 'j'I Montgomery's i ferry, Un'rrool.lcK'C'] } ?; From Greensburg by ( [ .".
From Paterson, by Pomptown. Newfoundland ,,1lercer.t j From Byberry to Holm sburg.; !IlIalff-uH, Chapman Sr-lin'a Grove: }Keen Mount PIrsane! Pennsx-illo! I ; '
Stockholm, Hamburg: Dcket town t,, From .\:n..w'silh: } by Portetficld an.l.]I ,i j j1 From (Caledoniaby',, Benezett; [Hick's Run,,, rifle, :and Sunbury, lo Northumberland.! Il'onJt'ale, to Cniontoxvn, I }, } !} :.:.
I't Liberlyville, and Montague, Milford Pennvylvania. -1, Rockland, to Cranberry.: to F.'cCIlII Fork.+ i j From D. !1nll, through the Townships; ci r I From Jreensburg: Harrison.
I. \ !Fromnew'.r ; Mil's} hy Larnartine! and fin I|I From Carnbra: by Benton, Polkvillo! and|I Herrick and, Thompson, to Lanesboro. Mnrrysxille to Logan's: ferry. :8 .:
, From Pembertoxvn. by Mount hefty and 1 I Points, to Cass. i I'Lnirdi- to Mr.ney. j From Dmminsvill.', by Munloxvii. BoxxerJ 'From Grcens!>urg, by New .:
Burlington, toPhiladeIf l )bia. From Allt-n to Boiling Spring. I I From Cainptn-i.bv: ; Horrific Hnriickviile i< }Hills Thotnp'onville, and (Tpper St. Clair, to Saltaburg Clarksburg. and Il .
i f, From Pemberton, by Julnistoxx-n, John' I rrm11"1110,11, by Centie, Va'ley, first j ( South Hill, rxx-el!, North Orwell West Wind! Herriottvie.!! ana. :'
town. on=x'ill, Bethlehem, and Hecktoxxn, to N; zar-, I i]:I hamirhnlN. ; N"-xv York and Canficld Cori I i From East Berlin, by IIn'.l, Bermudian,, ( From Gr"ensburg to West i 1' ii
I From Perth Amdo to New fork ('::11. j''nero+ From Phih t.1j'IJia. PentiPxlx--uiia by Can From11(lItO\I1. by Catasatiqua and Lan !' From Cart': '"n by L" Roy: \\"est Franklin, From East Berlin by Bermndian andjrank-j ville! Bugler, Bendersville, : : .
Ii i den, New Jersey, 11'oodhuI'." Carpenter's, I Inch, to ( 'ht rryyillc'. i Franklin Dale and! Monrueton to Toxvan- lint'ixvn! to D-llsburg.; { ;, Lie: l Rock to Gettysburg. .
\: Landing. Barribboro'.MulIioo Hill, I'inecrilltI'itt'aGrove !' ',, j "mlu11"111'011." by South Whitel.a'.l I, (,% da.J From East Merlin to Abholstoxvn. i From; Gettysburg; by Hunter
and Deerfield Slreet, to BiiJge-"f' I 'o\'ilil", ( 'riimillo. Kline-vide: Hamburg, and J I i' From Canton bv I'nion to Liberty.} From Eaton, by West Eaton: Melioopnr.y Nexv Chester to 1I f:1pton. "
ton.From ,SfiinnlcyviIK- Rehrersburi, ;. i From Cr.rcoii'.Ia!'' by Arceih.iM.! Blakclx-t' 'OISiIl'orlh! !! flat. Sugar Run Terry.,1' From Gettysburg; by fairfkld 1 1 ';*
Philadelphia) Pennsylvania, by Cam From Al'eiitoxvn: by Oieiu-ld: to Schneckj ) .c.Dummnrc'nd; ; Scraulon to finds Paik. ': to"IIs, IUnI, and DurJll, to Toxvaniia. ; Dal", \r a .lieE.boro., and Ll'it r : ; *
d den New Jersey, and Mailtcn, lo Med, I \1Il'; 'i' From (': rtrnlale, by Green, hove; Waxo'ly : ; j I; land, to 113'r lown. ?
ford. j .+m Allenlnxvn, }by Bocksrillo-t},I Wab'-x'il'e: : FJcetsvilh', and] Greenville,1j ; ; From Enoton, by Martin's Cr'ekIi.1.: 1From! Glen Rock; ,by Hanover i .,
From Philadelphia! Pennsylvania, by Camden + WhSieV.a'l! : : l, Tril'c'il"\' : + Cibii, !.II.,. !
: tatil! ;rni1, \ :!I to j dauirhs' Jihru"u.ftllno Church} Mount, Porter's Scidlingand Smith's | r
New Jersey Gloucester City, W\stxillt>. ; Gap; Parrysville, L"hi:;hton, :;Ranch Chii.K: From, ('MlNlo.byOakGroveFiirnace.Lr.n.! Bethel! Nexv .Jt'rR'\', State fonl( PcnnsylxaniaDutotnbnrg ox-er. : ? '
f Woodhury, Claihsbir'n. ,n,tl|I|L-iusanriP i BClwrll'ldo's.. Hileton, SyliurM'il1 -: disbtir,, }riiiott-tirg: ; New Bloorndehl; Net Experiment Mil's' 'tro1JI.hlll';l !, From Gordonsville, by I III.t. ( ) :;v
town, Sharpstoxui! aul Vood toxxll, lo Sa Co"Vf' ;hin: Sloyersvillc, and :,r. Port, arid Piter-burs. :, to Bcnvenue. :; Marshall! Creek; Coo'ibau; ; !l.p, BushKl.! Dtla- I ., '*.,
t lem. :, seopeck) to Berwick.; j i From Caii'i-le 1 by Whiift: IIous., DiC'kin.MH. II'I ware, and Din;man's ferry, t to Nil ford. From Gr.itz, by Klingerstoxvn '
From Philadelphia} Pennsylvania. by Camden I. Frnm \11. atonal by Mill.! rMoxvn, -cl,i.: ll'alnnl Bciluni and! Leo's Cro>s J Koads. !}' From Easton: : by tllrltPrtHI, Belfast t,. : and Ready., Upper' Mahnntatigo.!: = :-
New Jersey, Woodbury! Cct1lh."t.'s, : m\J.,:.m4', ['''" Miiford+ :i, Clsytonville.; Schult 1. to Sljipppn-bnrg. :( Wind (GatAult; ; +'rsrille. Killyrsvillt! *. Simler- ;' From, !Halifax f to tfherville.} : '
Landing, (;las horo', Sj!tersxille!! Fiinklii-' :t \. Bucksct's; tlrecw i'elin: aid; (Oysteitovvn ) ', From Carlile l }by Mount Rock, to Sloughs- ', vi:!! ', Bartonsville; Ta'intTaville, Stanhop**, : From Hamburg by Albany an :: ; .
title, :Malaga, -Millvilif. Fort Ilizaht: .tt! L"">s- :, to piiTt :ou'tj. t town, ;>pruce, 'iJiox-i-.Sterling: !IhmiItonrid f and I olp villc, to Lynnviile. ;
burg, Exviir;"s Neck, East Creek, anti. Drii-i-! j ]rrllml1JtIl':, by Dorranec and MoLbie i < Fiom Cata\xi-eat by Mainevillo! and Bcav- Cherry I Ildte, ; to Hone-unle. I Frcrn Haljiaton, Ly Canaan, : :*'
}snipe, teI:1I1:ice town. : to 11'Apu :+!llnpcn. in the-county, nfL l;:..'! '. er YtlJt' to Cntixxi'-'ji \-ItIJI'Y.I j I From I En-Ion: by Nazareth, Jacobsburg, mart, .
t From Philadelphia! I Pennsylvania, !by Camden > FmnII'Jl',: \'ij).., by Centre' .\uJcroIlIr! ) n. I From Catfish 1 I by I'urnac", Stint's tote, t to j Wind (i'np, :Sluttersxilli>>, BrodheaJville; IIII :] !, From Hamlinton, by Moscow, i } '
New Jersey. Chew's Landing, Blackwoojtoxvn. a-id l Blain;! to Nexv (;iennantoxvn. i, C.II"jP'-:! !; I fort, Merxx ing..burg, Soxville, Sto-'darlsville' [ t iIII'. !
: Cross I Keys, Tufkahoe; Dem.s-1) }J'rOll1th.U5, by Litchlleld: to Hint: 1 From rrtre .n.H.iv! Frien.lville, Sfiderrxillo j. :.Beaumont:t, and Bear Creek, to Wilkesbarre. From Ilarrisonville, by Dublin} ) I } 't.,+
: ripe, Goshen, Dias Cre.-k, Green: Creek Ji-h-, : I'etiileiietn: and; llockt'ixxn, to \:IZ.a bisorii/0.,
i ing Creek, and C.,!d Spring i to Cape I Is- htll1.l'rom Ath"iu by. East Smithiuld Nortli'jiingnelil '(.tia. I I From I::,'ton. by B'jt/.toxvn, frl'prr"1I1Qhur_z, i! From Ilarford, ?,y Morriros" t ;.

land .-?I and. Sprjijfkld: ; to Sroy.From 1 Ftr.rn Cha'ibcrrb'irr, by Saint Thomas. Belhelh"-m, I R5tersilAlhntoxvn! \Vercr s--; tro;p, forest Lake, St. Joseph's+ .
From Philadelphia: Pennsylvania:: by Can + littlebnm.} : l.y Oxford ValK'y; and j Ln1lnti.le:: : ( ;cmliIJrg-: : "ni.ttll: line's'''x-iile, Tivxk'rtuxvn Brel'ii! :svil'e!' .Mt-ntprcv. \!(. : !
den Nexv Jersey, Haddonfield, (ilen Dale.Lnngicorning FalNington.{ lo Morrixillf' -', Iii Ju'ftatz.! Crosiii'gs au-J Bloody; Run, to Kutztf.x-+ t':, Mosleci, and Maiden Creek, tc; Little:: JT?:1l1ow:, lry Warrenham : ''
lt'ii ,low.'Il1ollth. 11ar': J'rnu.IJlh'di'! by Chet"rxill'Cliari! ,. Mc(.,11i+r.1. Reading.j'rorn: achiti! to Oxvego, New York. t:
L tndit!, r, HarjraJntoxvn; ; Somcr's Point, undSmitli's dlerssxill"!: and: .> ';imaid; (Dflaxxare,) t. !"' n-:t Chi.borsb! :!'>g, hrMrriou aid Green ,Ia: stp.l.: }by lath, Potorpvilja. Newnnrds From Hanover: ,by McShersytoxx'n .:,
: Landing, to Ahsecom.Fiom tit tlUI.tl:+ :+l. (:.--;:!lc', t.1 IIa!:"'r tfixx'ii, .Marxl.i'itl.Froi : : C-ierrysville!: I Lehji:;;I! ( 'lp., Bfilisivilie, ouihx; t'xrn, to Gtltypburg.Fro .
., Philidelp'.iia, *'y Camden! Eliibarg.! : From: Ivcnr Gij; >, bv. Elvalurg, to Dan J' : C'jrtnbersliurj: IjV J: ci--0l; Ha'l: andQ'litirv. !| IV.rry-vi-. !! \\"lI?I'ort, -ind I Lehighton! t to r-i Harrisbnrg, by '; : .1t :
and fellowship, to Mount 1.:111'-1.: ville.! t-i Waxn-'b-iro! *. ;t Mnuch C'hrmk.) i ;uurg, York Sulphur! Springs, and : .
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From Philadelphia, by Cunt }+'n. pjiHiyre! 1'raleaur; : l 1.y Uniotnilli, to /:Ivlirtiojile. : JYorij ( 'hnn! pr-l.!irip: I v J K 1 xr ; !1\.: Stnro t I ]From I la-ton: by Lower lUOr. and Str.uls hurt, to Gptljburg.: '
,: TIt,ling-ton, and Bordet.town toT, !1ot.: I t."jI'rI..I.'l"j :, 1 r.ljZ'Jl.tb:; !biri: :. l li-lrnt! Cab-} t to lI..li'rcl\\{ *j From Harrhburg, by Dauphin ; -'J.
:; From! !'hladep! Lia, Penii ylv.Mjifl, ly Can }From 11t: -tiiril. !h-y ?!hr1! -}b"t"'., M'imitf : t ir;*, >h!ndo! (tin; 'r. libi) !+i.tlIi'l.+ >:iiiiie\, ; .:}burr, and! From I Hasten: by Boston to Mount BethvL G rove, to Auburn. i ';
, -cn, New Jerey'oodbnry, Car/wnterV/ \ rtii) Stoyi t >ti+wn Ji-nnei's: Cio.-s Ioa! }U Vineynnl Mill*, t to Mount {'uj,nr..: | From Harrisburg, by Lisburn, ; ft
LandingMnllico Hill, Harrissonville: Woodstoxxn Latighiilowti, : Ligonier aud Youngitiiwo, tllLtlrollC' From' Chrstbtja! l.-y Smyn.a. Xay, Quar- : From. EbcnsTrtirg: }h\-. BeKnno Strongstoxx-n ber. : 1'4' I
Alloxvaystoxvn, Roadstown, and Shiloh! ),, ryvili:,', sad: .Mechanic: ,; Jrove; to Chettnui'i .! Iri'liiirn: Schlnctn. Eldertoxvn: Blanket llli'' .. From \rJi"bl1r! .S j" :
Jto Green which.; i iFio'ii 1"111 Detn,,.. 1n r.hL"II\I:: UU'Jh. .l. u't+; ;!. It"!"," 11 1."li"'O:1 "hd Piiilad-'Iphia: Pennsylvania! Camden Ilr1ia-1nr: arid : ( ,l u i From ( 'IlIid'IfJ.! by f.J.\'r:1l, I nu; May 1i:1l.r-: ,.Shippenburg, and Scotland, V
Nexv Jersey, Marlton, Meriford,Sony's '\1i: ; and (JiiarrvxiMe, t to+ Bri'k.I ; ; \r Frt'Ki} Gen} ?hur,, Loretta Cl'*>ss Springs: i r bersburg.
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inn!, and Bats hirer; Hotel, to Tucks :' } : ,t I From (Christiana! to Cin5'nut! : l.< xv-i. I Three l Roads, ,! follei: Timber end Roselund, to ,! From Harrisbnrg} by ,;,.
ton. 1'c''dortt and Nt-xtry to iloliilax;! >ber r. I }From Clan by O:: .'.'cl1a. to Elli-ljurg: ) 1'-Sn..th's[ .,I 1 Id.' f jphin 1 I Poxvol's Valley, and Halilu< : & ;;..
: From Philadelphia! Pennsj'vnnln: bx Crm- Fn.m CVdtiird liy; ( *ui: b.i.itid! \'a.1io! Chiion: bv line-turt+', I'lio-nix, ( )Jliu-y 1 I'ur- j From EL-eiiblurg1: by Corrollfcxvn to Net. burg. ,.
.ien.MoorestoxvnNew Jereex'* and Kancocac, CumbcIla.dJnr( ,\lan.l.) nrice Snr.Mmr; !; Piumxille; Chambt-rsville! ;j man's Mills. .. From Harrisburg hy 8inglt town '
lo Mount Holly i s From Biislin; : by, Myei's Mill!! *, Summit t tt and, Pninville, to fll(! atJl.o j j From Economx', by New Scoltsvilln, Hill We-t Ilarmver. Dast Hanover.tI''I ;.
From Philadelphia! ; Pennsylvaniaby: Camden t. 'Mills and Elk lick to" Gran'sville (Maryland. I'rorn ( 'brillnIIY Lucinda Furnace and 1 j Shellicld:! Sevtnty Six md Sert'ice,to Hooksj tilt i : ; Jonestoxvu atid frederic k ..

Nexv Jersey, -1&tllon( ;\Icdfordlut, i l .) :.TxI--rsbirii; to TiOIt'tt. i tov.n.J Grove. } '',
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centoxvn, to PtmbTton.; i Fran l I'eilin}! by Shanksvill', nlt.'ltl"a; t Frcm (_'!(>tviilkl, l Lx' druufald to Calodo. Fran Eikland, Ly Nelson to Lawrence'ville. -j!I From Harriiburg by WhiJe: Ilili '
Front Philadelphia! l by Can-.ilen, Palmyra, S hade Furnace, and Scalp: Level to Join, nia. I II burne, to Len isherry. '
Bexerly, Burlington, Bordentoxxn. Yanlx'illc, ston. 1! From Cea'lleVi! to (;rahamtnn. i I l Frem EMortoxvn! by South Bend, West From Hereford by Lcng Swamp. & ,
Windsor Iliglistoxvn.Spottswood, Old Bridge: From Berrjsburg by Pillow: to Daima-1: i, From Clearfitl.I, Frenchvi.le! ', to K r. j' Lebanon and t C'larLsburir} to Blairsville, :i rifle to Kutztoxvn. .
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South Amboxand" Perth .Amboy, to \e S{; ,, tia. than*. j jJ'ioin From ElliottOuirg: by Koseburg Ickesi From Hillsjrove! by Shunk, :
\ York. i. From Bethlehem bx' Sh npr \'illp, Weave ClifTord( to 1.r'unp. j bnr; and Port Royal to -'I ifJIinlon.I } '. tuna
Ie- From Plainfit-ld} by V arrenvilc! and Millington rills and Ivreid.Tfiville to ( 'lierryville. ,\ from (Cochranville to I'arkesaurgh. j ji From Elklanil. by Far :iugton, to Crooked i;; From Harrisburg by Duncannon -r.

to Bahkt-nride. I'toui n]lr. h'folite, to CJearfit-ld(' }by Snoxv ;' From Columbia' by Wa&hingtoiiatid: Highxille j I Creek. j t burg a ewpot Millerstoxvn, \ .F.
From Princetown, by PJainfehorongh, Cran- Shoe, Kylertoxvn and (;t\laJlIt"lI.) : to Safe ardor.. j J From Eron Valley, by Mount Jackson, Mexico Port Royal Mitllintoxrn[ ;
t bury, llijjhstoxx-n, add Manalaj'an.to Freehold. FromBt'l1cfollte )bv Walker Howard: and] From Columbia, by Marietta, Maytoxvn. i 4 Edn; burg, Hiilsville! and Lon ell:rille, Ohb! i, !' Lexvitoxvn Strode's Miljs 1Ic' { / .'
I Beech Creel l-j Mill" Hall Bainbridge; ) Falmouth,, and Pcrtemouth to t! tu Pt'land.: i JlIami'ton'IGUllt, Union: ; |
!f From Princeton, by Vanhis, rvUle! Dutch ;' From Bellefonte, by fillmore, HnfT-tlo} : Run, Middleto.vns i I I From [Enterprise, by Grufis Store Baroviilc! |! Mill Creek Huntinjrdon, \ : ; ,
: Neck, and Windsor, to Hi:+ hutown. Half Moon, and Cretins Line, to 11'arrtur ., From Columbia, ; Cross Iloads: by Haven Vrom lVin<*'nn, by lllanenburg and EIa Marl:. vine: Edsaville; and Old Hickurv, to french'} I Frem! Innn Valley, by Mount Jackson i, Furnace, Birmingham.: Tyiond. '
iigen, to Grl+;;stnu n. j from B-lfont! }by Milesbnrcr.! firming f.V.k:; .! 1to j Cross Cut Nexv CaMle: NeshonackandNe-'v 1'rankshn: Tiptop, Fostorla, ; loa" ,

From Rah'vray, by Woodbridge, to Perth ', Moni-xille! W lIodlauJ; nl1t1 CJtaifit-ld: to Cur.I j 1 }From Cnlumh-.ig: by Stexvart, Ccok' j Wilinitigton! to 'IINccr.I cansvilla, Hollidaysburg. Summit, .i-
, Amrmr. I win<5vHk,. i! Spartaiibmg., '; I From J E:<,oinu!>kto; IVestan. I Wilrmtre, Surimier Hill, Johnstown
t From' Sa!era, by p.oadstown, to Bridge-1 i Trom Bdlefonte! .k,' Mi"sbur; ', Si i'v'Shoe From Columbus: bjr Carter Hill, to Wattsliur t 'i i From Erie, by Mckoan.I Well's Corr.erg, |' CorBombush Furnace, Sew r t,.
f ':on ;' Krirthari!", Caledorjia; ::, J Kertey:", Rid i:;e, :?. ';! Edinsdoro", Venango and Selgarstoxvn, to Fairfield. Lockxx-ort Station, I : } ?{ ,
J From .Scliooley's! I Mountain: bv r.cnt-cs. xx-.iy, NVilliam'-ville! and Cleimuntville' t-i., J From (.'111111:11'"Ii(, 1 by I,.lIn/'. New Lexing i i! Meadville+ j j wood, New Deny. Bolix-a, .: :
',Hackettstoxvn i' F'om Eltcrs Yccumtoxvn to Ne'.vbt i> am;I Tinker I Run, S tewarR\'lal.! ,
Durkestown, J.indejh! Smithpoit.j t'ui.und ( ;iebharts! to Berlin. j by rry- 111ft it
and I buckasunny 1 Fiom loxvn.i tree> V'iiiinsburg! end Wilkius, !
to Dover. j From Berrysburp/ to Pilloxr. ; Comi".iutxilt: by Penn Line to { I 1"
From Somerville bv Wctton..Millstone, Frim Bcrxvickj; ? Neseopuck, to 111 Ali H. Bt"UUl1r;!. i From fainnouth Springs to Dt.i}lcrc.I burir.I .
Griggstntvn.. !gc tou, to 1 ville. From CoitVtt-viUo by Conklin Centre and From Fairview to Edinbnro': I !From IlollJJaysburg: by AHcI ( ,
I I Ttllr.t'1n. I 'Frem Cr'rn ick, by To'.xlerFxille, Orange1v ,iShawfxille :l'r urk, to Bin+;;hanipton.o I From Falls of Schuxlkill, by Leveringtau/, office) and Ashland furnoce to ? .
From .'oraerville, by Plnckemin, to N rills, Rout sburo, Greenwood, and MillxlUe, ;j'1 From) Coxington by Cherry "fiats! to Wells- I to Barren Hil's.! 'j{ Mills.i 1
.
Cerrnantoxvn. Jr'rseyiotrn.From boro' i! From Fnunettsnurg, by Dry Run, Spring i From Hollidaysbnrg by Nexvry ;
I'rom Somcrville, bv Piucken, Lessor';' Berwick, by foiindervill": fishing from Coxvdersporf, by Hebron, Cl era'i Run, Doylesburgh, Concord Walerloo, Peru I!| dom, East Sharpsburg Ma4tin: : .
Cross Rods, to Peap.rk.;: ,, Creek New Columbus, and Cambria, to fair- Mill'; (,i.t, loaf! Sharon Centre Ceres. j Mille, East Warerford Beaie's, )li ls. MeC P1i !-j'jt i I Slonerstown Broad Top, !! ..
From Somerville, hv North BrmrhIite; mount Sj 1 ing. !. I'roiu \\,41'r"I'CHt, by CnioMiurjj, Elli i loch's 1 liIIlcCo\' viile.t Pleasant ''iew. ;i West Dublin: t.) Harri.v)nvm 1.
' House, Lebanon, Clin'ton. PerrvviJJc, B llal"-1 I I From }finuira lurm, by Tyrone, Sinith'hMills' bur; and 'enoaeu folk to Wellsville: NexvYork. Sj-iuce; Hill, .\cadt' lia, Walnut, and Patterson From Honey Brook by :. i
hem, Hloornsburgh, and Still Valle} lo Easton Glen IJoju', and fruit Hill, tu Curxxinsville. I i to .MifHintown.r South Hermit +g't! to Piquea. : f
) 1 PennsvlvHtjia.! ,'I from Cmvd'Mspoit t, by Nelsnnport, Car j From Faiineftbburg; by Dry Sun. Congo r. From Honesdalo by Frompton !
1 From Trenton,to Pimcclown.by Laurenceville. I'i From Bloomeburg; by Light Streot,, Orangeville Camp, Kettle Creek, and Haneyville! to Jersey Waterloo, East Wate'rford, 11 cIa1lnc 'sjCarbondale'I' DtmdafT Lenox ( I jt'-t't'I
r j J and Pealer', to Cambriar. Shore. \JiIIII( ,Tu!rarorn Valley, Acadernid: Walnut,1[ irons, forest Lake friendx'ill! (
From Trenton;by Allcntoxvn.Im'avstown.t I i 1 Fiom Blootnsbur) r, by Buckliorn and Jer.s..to'n j' I'rcm Cow denr ort, Ijy CoresTmrg; to 1 I'lys-1 ; ;; MiMlinloxvn Oakland! Mills} McAlislerville:! and South O\\@I O, New York, to '
Jowti8vi'.le, to Manc\1'I'ter i j, to White Ilall.. ses. Richfield. fount Pbasanl! Mills, ang Fr cc:.l I From Honesdale, by Bethany ; .
From Trenton, by Lawrtnctvillc, to Pc"n. 'j'!I *lroni Blooburg, b': Mordanviile! Millville j From Coxx-dersporl, bx' II ompr. North I j' burl loSelins Grox'e. I Top, Pleasant t Mount. ( ) !

3nctmt.From Trenton, by 'at ,\'m.} ]I' Ch SIlt, Grove, :Moreland: toIuli.- I Whai'oii: Wharton, and first foik, to Siina-j j From fleming, by Jnliann fnrnaco Iud i From Honesdale by Eldred, : p
CroKuc'K (:Y.t lIli I h nnio i ;. I! Martha furnace to Half Moon. Gaililee! and Princevillc: to Equinunk.From r
Allentown
to Hightnwn freehoW. Cranberry and Kn'.iglishlown j' From Boston to StrnUtl 1mr g. i j; From Cross Roads, by Union; Chanceford, II j From fogle ills by Weisenburg, Seiberllng-, t Honesdalu by Indian: : : t
From Trenton YardJewKI; From Bloody Itun, by Clearville, }Robinson-1 1! Lower Chanccford, and Castle fin, to Peach rifle, LYIIIJ'illl'V Tripoli, Jacksonville, White Mills: Hawlew, Narrows r
by '
' Crppnsbur"Taylorsville : gills\ and Bottom.; I' West Penn and fato Laxaxx'axcn. ; k
) Titusville, Broxvn LHtifbeitsville WatVordsburjr, to Hancock, (Mary- Kcpners, McKeansburg, toOrwigsburt *
burg, ,
land. Paltonville.
From to
) I Hopexvell
/ New Stockton : !From Cuml 'il.irid, lartlsnd, by Bjrrcellville I'
Hope Centre It !
!
s Lumbervillc, Raven Rock, Point Pleasant ridge,: | From Bloody Run, by Hopewol i !, Six Milt Wl'Ilers'HI.'jttl'unt}! _, Berlin, Sorrier- From foglesville, by Clausxillp, Loxvhill, From Hopewall Cotton Works r
t, ]i 1 Run, Broadtop, 1..1..1; | foundry Todd I C.IESTI -si'J:, Lax'ansville, Bakcrpville, Jnat ,'* Mills :1Cl'rs\'mt.", and East Pei.n, to Lehi g.t- ford, Elkdalw Nexv London } "
t Pennsylvania, french Town Erwinna (: I }
lJppf xille ; '
and
Calvin, 171 : : Strickeravillflap.il} McClellandsville! '
ill
Crock ; ], L"ttrc'hllefount town.
Black Milford t Doniiega) : Pleasant, l fe- i
Eddy, Holland, Cnr .
nt\'r PI"rr'm, I
I tille, Uhlereville : !| Blosj-burp, Uv (*ovinifon| Mansfield'oTiogn : '1 I\fui"s, Old stand, Mendnn, Wo-t Ne\,t nn, From fog}s\illp.. by Trexlcrlown, Macun- (Dtlaxvare.) t
Reiglesville, Pii-Jlij)burg, : Laxvreucexille" '.
Easton. |I Liudleytoxvii, and Er-i I: ;i Gambles: JJnonglhda: City, Ginger: Hill, "ie, Zionsville, Hereford, Pennbbnry, Schxvenck's From Ickesbnrg.b Ilose Urg, I -
ti | xx in Centre, to Cnrnin Mills, and JunJMta: to Newport. :
From j Dummigbville, Clokey, Wafchinuton, Clavsville : Store, Perkiomn Bridge) FairviexvVillage I
Trenton Titn:villp! Lambeitsville l '
by i From Blue Bell
to White, Marsh. From Ickeaburg.by Donnen i r t
l\ivUlef\ Coon bland, Wet; \II'xlllltier, aiid T.Ii- and Jeffersomille, to Morris- !
Sergeantsville! Kin} B
tint Town ;woo( r."- From Brandy's Bend, by Baldwin and Adelphial'iriinia; Wheeling.! town. lerslown. t t
french Mount Pleasant and ,
town North
kWe York Hope, to Amandale. From C rlville, b} Limestone and Kingsville From franklin, by Polk Henderson, Per- From Indiana bv Home, t
from to Bloom ur y. From Brighton,by Irish Ripple and MarX'tn to Corsica. riO, Mercer J Clark Ilemitage'orth, West t, and Punxalawnew Coolsprings J .
Trenton
by Pennigton.ooJS.jJI to Mount Jackson. .t
,
<, From Cuhhingvi'K by Uylssps and Turner Middlesex, Sharon Brookfield' Vienna, and to Brookville. ;
J'ngoeg, Weartsville, Rcarville, flemin-ton, From Bristol, by fttUington and Cent \\F From Indiana Blocklick to ;t, I
. rc- Creek! to Spring Mills, K e.Y 01 k Howland, to arren.
.melVille, Q.u& ertown, PitUtown, Sidney, vine, to Yardleyville, fountain From Indiana Peun Run \ i
Clinton, Clerkiville From' Curxvinsville, by Lnthersburg, Rey- From Spring, by Roaring Creek by
-manefield. and New Hampton, to : From Brookville, by Dalmatia, Worthville, n !dsville, Brookville, Cor-ica, Strattonsville, and' Calawissa, to Bloomburg. Newman Milts Burnsidp Cush, t li

From Trenton, G and Ringold, to Smickfcburg. Clarion, Shippenville, Kossuth, Case, Cranberry From franklin, by Utica, french Creek, and Grampian Hills to Curwinsville /
Taylnrsville, TiluvllIc Daburxh, Yard lC'y'ilp, From Brookville, by ,rnrsaw1:111, franklin, Canal, and Cochranxille, to New Lebanon' New Vernon, Exchanger, From Jackson by Smiley ?
bertaullo! Raven Rock,, to Bruwncbur Milford g, La m. Brock way ville, and Hellen, to Rid go- Meadville. Salem, West Greenfield, and Orangeville, O-> South Gibson to Lenox.

From Tuckahoe, by Petersburg' way. From Danville, by Washinglonville, Tur- bio, to Hartford. From Jersey Shore,by : r+.
and Townsend Inlet, to Cape May Seaville, From Brookville, by Clarington, to Man or- hle'illefUIICJ', and Monturesvillo, to 11'ii. From franklin, through Cranberry and lervillo.From. )
Shore
From .Turke/'b3rBersen Iron vjJI( liarnsport. Pine Grove Toxvnships, by Clinton furnace Jersey to
Tom'i River W lrkl' 10 From Broxvnington, by Ilarrisvillo and From Danville by oorsburg and PottsGroxe and Trsburg to Tylersburg. From Jonestown, by Cross Kill '

PromTntde'* Corner, bj Bevan's Westlej', to Franklin. (to Milton. From franklin, by Cooperstown, Sunni II', Rehrersburg. !
5>Iek Centre, to Flatbrookville. W1 ll. From Burnt Cabin, by fort Maddcrsville From Deposit, New York, by Hales Eddy Wallacpvillc, Dempseytoxvn, Cherry Tree, From Kingston, by Car rton. /a

Trom Upper Black's Eddy, Three Springs, Cflssville, Poradise, Scott, Pennsylvania, aud Strauccn, to Titusville, Oil Creek, Centerville, Bloomfield Centre Morelnd, and Vernon, to ,
b,J. Milford, New J&tev, .Mount Pennsylvania}'JCISIiIlI' furnace. : Coffee Run,Jame's Creek and Connellstoxvn Thompson.J'row and Union Mill?, to Waterford.J'rom Cre'-k. I
> to iiuutin,rton. I DoaalJson, liy l Lower )IahmtJI1EIl: Franklin I by Comnlanter+ Plum Ors I From Karthaus to A Sinnat>' : !

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., \ C", cport untrue. Mr. Mnxwell had tbe candor to admit g md; sentiments in regard to thcIt of the present We breathe freely again. Representing "Western New have been verified" a* to the thorough Abolitionizine pookg.tbe-atter} ,; mott*

i ournalSaturday t hat I in all tIe speeches which he had) hr.-ird the Govii'T Administration this, we are called to account, York, he congratulated them that the whig party wn of the Democratic Party North Ccntwt the they use than U required to b*' paid by ti*

f.iiQr1Ianb? n.ake. be h.xl avowed tm such < ntinunu 8" 1 md many: handsome things have been euid iu recnid disenthralled, redeemed. (Thundering cLeerL'The editor see, and has he not the; honesty lo admit, that I the wore costly ariclet they coctume. Tb riot, f

-,-.---.--.----- -----.--' I;l hie atiribi'd to him l-y G-lumbia" tlm"i'gh'> l be was I;Ii us perim'--imlly not however by the press, but chiefly herald remarks editorially in the States to which he refers, the oolj party not their champaiguer, Burgundy and lsAd,ir

tot pit but win u tl.e rej.tt'LI speech in qu tioii is.iid I b\ Homo email"Cateieia who write over anonymous
With the we shall have lomeliiini Abolitiunized"-theonly tngg'ingto tread on Wilton or
I TALLAIIASSr.K : ; tolutte been Htli\iitd." I manic-ti. regard to platform thoroughly party Turkey carpets, wear

3, 40 \\ itIi time pre s we have no quarrel ; our cpini. in ; ; to say hereafter. On the Nrbraska question do the South justice and preserve her honor"is silks, Ac., and had to pay but a small rate of
TLis is calculated to mislead rather thnn enlighten tin ye I l-ern I tn-atcd I I by those eT our cut en poiaru m \\l-c I'tlieteis noequiii cition.: anti on the general question the Democratic party 1 for such luxnriea ; whereat, on articles

Keplembcr) 20, ISM ;be public. The sentimeiits" imputed! to Governor litTer fioin us, in a mariner at which v. g :n.kt- msi'nor 'I'folauTy: it will meet the views of all the antislavery ofgener.jconsumed n '

-- BROW in the aiii us repeats we Lave reen of his : >mpl.-iiiit; nro we at all disposed to complain titi'iui element* bi.t the extreme nltia But the whig party The New York Courier i Enquirer, which ought by those loss able to !indulge b costly I im

't -- pei\bes, dj not differ very materially: fiom those nttiibutcd I nondescript tnt nh. who content tLeni eUis with 'uf the Union, has reecicd i its quietus. The fornmtiouuf to be good authority with the Whigs of Florida, con urie. such as low priced wines, carpeting, silk,, jflin

DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.TOR to him bv Columbia. He denounces the personal reilt-e-tions and'I ni.u9e.itliout attempting1to a great Northern -etiumd party on the basis of opposition fe-sse* the game the FusionisU have in view iu trying de Laiues, etc, the duty wa enormous. And1til*
of the South with Seward
j 4 v to 'feurV1ii fm-udsj! 1 to the institution* "
leply our reasoning fome ( administration. That Gov. Baowx calls
"* to overthrow the paper protettion? and this he fcvorv
: CONQHESS : N"rbi8jJ Bill on every stump as a Humbug, and snysbe efin to be detei mined thut we shall be a Democrat" at its head, is the programme for 1S56.
is
Mr. MAXWELL oppoed to all srich "
I would have met it at the door of Congress, hud he whe-tlt-r we wi'.l: or no; hence our position has beeuconstiued People of Florida!-Whigs and Democrats-you says- discrunicoLxtf.

HOff. A. E. MAXWELL. been tLfre and thrust it rut as a n.Ncl.euous thingS and elUtorird iuto as many phases as then see the issue the Whigs of the North are foicing opon It appears that the Fusion:!*!* in Maine. Iowa and and all such protection. He ia against reviving told

contrudistinetiou me quilts tO:L piii-ntiiHe' *. All this however w< antic- Veinioiit have paid but little regard to the whig law of"42, and u in favor upholding Uie'lWk
: lie Ciills its author the tr'itte Douglas" in the South. Is it not time that we should unite, thai
-- ipated. and hciie-e 1m e not experienced the least cjwupj organization in those States; but the special object of emetic act of '46, and this fu'oisbea another
, to the Black Dou1a-tavs be i is an Muuh iutiiieiiit. We have endeavored in what have should clasp the hand of those Democrats in the Administration.M srroctr
ioR SlRrRE5CNTATI\ FROM LEON : >i we we their hostility bus evidently been the the should recleet

t Demagogue," and was hooted fn-tn the stand ut Chi- said and publi-hed, to be us plain and e-xplic/t/ as our North who alone have to stem the torrent tf ab"litionKni or rill, the successful candidate for Governor, in son why people fcim fcr bnrrett.so .

g ; Green Chalres, I Jos. B. Christie, :ago as a taifor"-m'av that the N'oithcrn Democrats limited ceimmand of t tinKiiL'l .h dialect enabled us, ind in the free States \ The South mint awake Maine is a Democrat, who seceded from his party lImit? when the Prot tion monger cf jfasucaoictt*

tdlP | supplied lli.it we wi'ie uuderst L J. B. Galbraith, Wm. Fisher, Jr. who went for the Bill were diac rd 'p' by the neck ; ; from bet lethargy. The Northern heavens have never I two wars ago. cue of
we fi iii-iilly) henr bt.ited and eitntendeil W, *e>tue atleiifl are Whfes.) ns all of them are in Vermont and their "protection" awindh, we have
_ I like criniiuals, and \oted trembling thiough fear of may a aaa
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=: j ] do utulefatand before ii. looked so gloomy and fore-
either experience,
: -- --- iiii.-ieprt iiit, or not tti- our we hi-pe in lowft. THIS wvisios ur HONORS 13 A viavJlMC'IolS there who will resist them to the bitter end.

. Gov. Brown and Co-operation." Lime people whom they bed b: liat<
? i ; The conclusive eliKUtnents to the the Nc-ithtru Whiirs w uti\l against; the bill because it !I Dfiuoeiut, II.T have we advised any whij to ahnulon: threatened with political doom amid if th'y fall, the I NExT i-ovoiiFss ALL lFMOCRAISViLO DO NOT Alexander Hamilton, the great Mahomet of Feeler
given public nweek's i
\ioLted mid his puity er liis i'i iticii1e.; ne>r have we le-en aiivtl.ffiom STAND PLEDGED TO THE SUPPORT OF alism, said in the Convention which framed the
a coiuproiiiise iii't fm.'ii )hosti'.ity t *' 1at. HoriJian, touching the! disputed rtinaiks | 't the piesnH of eitlur jinity, indiesitiig I hut any of j whole Republican edifice may crumble into ruins.- I \\ HIO POLICY. ent Federal Constitution, All communities din

., v> imputed to Cov. BBOWX at Al'ignter' havccn traiiel' : 'utl&-tIiat he has seen no evidence of tlu-ir unsoundneM them to, uiiJt-r.-toexl us. Tlie Floiida Siitihf! however The South can elo no moiu than cheer them by words! !.

nnd i is repotted in the $entitle! have said that l What is this WHIG POLICY T Dare the Florida themselves into the few and the many. The first ut
L the Stfitind to abateeouiewhat <>f iUoiTt-nsire -J to in its leply to our article of the il Augu-t, ued of eiicc.iirnjement, an'! .'/ /.$ it is every man's duty to
' j i'' : so.i.e of the St>uhoiii: are innatu in the te-iin tImi'mm" of the parties, which does ml cipftnr Ftntind inform its readers w hat it u t If we are the rich and well born, the other the mass of the people.
I > e Next
4j criticisms The wiitci the utwt-pupeis pi do. Monday, the voters of I'lurid.i have an
relative to that matter. in opportunity
) declarhijj that the Whig Xi.i. ih and South iu our artkle-s, nnd if, by the DM e>f that term itwas to put faith in the declarations of their primary meetings The voice of the people Las been said to be thevoieeof
paity can of rebuking the enemies of State
Fcntsnil who undertakes to the Whig c.iudi- equality
rescue metmit that we had! advocated tie abolition cf the (
; and State Conventions their Policy" is- God ; anti, however generally this masim ha
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ncvtr again atTilute together-that it will be time it the iSfutinef and constitutional freedom and fair minded j
1 I1 date from the couacq nonces involved in his Alligator whig party, was e'lor, and not enns.We no voier

4:. rpee-i'li i* forced to admit that the peiitlemen who enough to determine that great question in '!>6. will net atten.pt to retaliate tLa perpetual ittlc can hesitate to believe that that rebuke will be best administered ? '- The modification or repeal of the Fugitive Slave been quoted and believed it is cot true in fact. Time

Thfte the tions made UH, by those who scun to be effeiide-d Law [peoplo are turbulent and changing ; they widen
mmjw'mm
tvt-ti.1i! to the correctness of ilr. .Trrasy's arecreJ.tal.lo are "giiit intents" attnbutcd to Oov. BHOWN j in the election of Jlr. MAXWLLL. and m the
re-pott at our Com -o. But we will biniply rif.-r to ciitiFiie "The restoia'ion of the Missouri Compromise ; judge or determine right Give, therefore, to tie fiiit
and) teliabc.! that i.iaiious rt ports of his opeciht;, and nut ki 1el. and | general success of the Democracy throughout the
Suj paper its oxpiefffCel by some of our 1eidimmg: and iiiiliienti.tl No more Slave State ; class distinct share in the *

3 .. Wo elate say that Colunihi-.i.* mid those who we :ask where) i* the mateiial ihifoiencv between tlum Whig fiienJb, at and uliout the time we wrote the Sate.; a No more Slave Ten ite-ries P a permanent government.

.c ; f and thosa to J.im i Amid titles whiih in the 77ujV for use conve'ise'd The Whig party, which bus inherited all the parti&U-!
.) certify >r him. &Ie rt'i11c ami h-m-Mly i'f opinion that imputed at Alligator Icei eve iippt-nrei the and all Democrats who
: Thin is Whig Policy,
::1 CJov. II. hd tjil, te! puKtitni r picd Lii.Ve are undiitake to f y that the Henliu'l i It widely mis frt-qucutly and fmly ainon,; ..uilves, upon "Justic?." ties of the old Federalists for a strong government,
pI.t i thoce biil'jict We were tod! l Liv '. that are not pledged" to it, are to be "kept out of Cengreu -
;, JH i anally acuainted ith Dr. J onr* mid Ool. Sir.ith. taki-n ii: the remnik that 4< when Jlr.! WALKEH in the be-i&ra tluyappioved. The respectful communication in our Inst hn* ever in iu advocacy of Banks and Prototht
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; : paper
: and fini them and would tuppoit tie Adinii: tiatijn.We .- *." The administration is known to be deadly
; tec ;? as g'ntlt men. zmJ] sii.eewe ha> elesnit "
.1r4i. ; Tariff looked to the interests of the rich and
of Gov. BROWN and hit over the above Imas it author the wI Uborn"
iinme autl.otiu i in tignature to
bis ;
( e'xposeml
l.eard! lenilii kid
,1 tht? ival naiii* e>f C..iit.ia.: and hate read j itpnii i a gV \? j lool> < M; to run an hostile to such Policy," and hence it was made "

1; : Li* Ivttrr. we xz.nl hita to niitlerr.tmd tl.it: w eli t'L t spe ch! al 1'N1li.lIae.! pioni-untri-d Colinnbi.i'a s-pccrli iiilniiiii tratioii I II7iu I the Ka-t, in f{q]M.sit <.F to licv.li.own u.->tiil! tirade of tie Si nti/uTs coarse aud vulgar abuse-1 any the of the at the expense of "the people whj, HtoJ.

I hi f ni iiit'i, 1 if Iw bl .ild: Iill.e! candidate. Another active The editor! time special object of hostility" on part ton falsely charge?, are turbulent and changing" auk
: nevu- : < ituI >i'iitati'i\ e r eifpi.tliui I : tuiliuo, Mr. Mwri! i i. )lud I tinrundor to admit that inall of that sheet njipe-nrs to have little else at f

,4 lai' :uare In the meutli if Gov. D, which !Lf knew he j au I ihe t pitches whu.li be bad heat d the Govirnor'uult [ pen's saves vituperative! slang and pe>t"
did not t>4.*." I I11'e the c.-uididuto he wi uld nt t uppem t him ; anil it Szm c J JrNilly of the North know that su long as FRANKLIN PIERCE the government." The Democratic Party, on the con
he lm-1 I liinioc.- with which to those whim cht"i.e
S. >. avowtil no otiih Ltntin'emI!ts a those us Uiijvt tie cit mitiz&cmito far as we heurd a'mS' e-x- 1[ ribaldry greet
fills the Presidential! nothing
) prrn'pt wanner in which the author of "CV ciilo.-l 1 to bin l-y Ct'itimnlia.Ve nndertake to euv '. I'm tuit1, I tlii.t the % I.igti; eTtl' e S..uth eouM! iitilong ritluir i to tpeuk to the j ub'ic through the columns of the chair, they can accomplish trary, relying upon the intelligence of the people has

I tn.UC'> hns u-.ie'Ve'd tie F.c ii.'i.in friin ll.o r.-en.la.! th.it .tr.' MXVELL n ade uo suih admi.is-jt i n. Mi. MAXWCLL cilithimue ie-I.itioiis with the Northern wing
.4v,,..;, ,. cii>us charge 1 row .ht n-jiin'-t j it tl.e Sentinel ina' paity ; and it Was not believed that 1.1 iv mini could bet'oiind ** the Administration T The Whig pre a of the State ,the many" who are entitled to the greatest share of
by "
SaiJ, \\itli givutJohlujation and that !nose, or taken the measure (.f their feet, he at leaat ,
emphasis, In 5i,>Ut I'ft-n e>r advecatc! such a cou ie. But echo the shout and rejoice at every indication of the I Ipiobal.le ;it benefits, and hence that party against suchdiscriminating"
rwith :hi.4 matter. rcnde-is, it r.t-neies- he was lu-t at tht tiun [ knows theia to bo low hi.cks"" miserable! I goes
't pu-s.r.t (tov. Baowx was 'e- (;ov. Hiown e-aiuo f rwuid and 4o.: tli
act 42.
I ,.Jty that v* rheu'd *r.> am thins* frit her on tl.e tu'' j jJ I 1M iud to ba\c used the at'g'mae :mst-m ibed to him, and | =jMi>Ml.iiity. and wiid: :-.TJ I ATI liE FOUND JN T1IK peunyjiliners""wolves in mIme(3' ci. thing"-" ft-I i as
here is blum! ?IGov
: ct. except to nt w tl.t? u.oJe by tvhiib ihe Sntimlvn emJ! j"t, th(rt-ftr', sp<-r.k from Lic \\n knowledge I )I'I'SilImN OF NoRth MK1IN I : WllliS; TO Till 1! low*." and all that. The writer of Justice" is no w thy Whig will uo doubt restore should they uafurtunaU-

I #._ : kavo:* t j %htak: tl o Ji-ree of the umquir, <&' titi-j liLt tI.t be had hc.rd him ty lepcntedlvonthvstuniji: Nlir.KAJrKA: : HILL AU.THK: HIS: I'ti'ltIOhiS3I rinniE co-oi'-i NKcKssAHVioKN&rni |, clang-w hanger, nor Hyp write," nor 1'harinee ;" neither !- I Brown and the Tariff ly get the power b Congress. -

t& : ny' i< rne lv Col. SMITII aud Dr. JOMIS. W tlct bo LadttIl no niJiiicc! of the u'js"undnefs Iit.1IONVfl ii 'i HIM: AS A I-AKTY at wi.ich dii 1 he take it upon hini.ch' ai the Sththiel alleg.s.! -
i iip.tc ; In the of Lord 1810 the through
year onr Whigs, The NY and the Administration
Whigs ,
Lj I the iu them, \VI.ig." 1i.i is wis tic un un.l tub1 we were fl't i a little! etirpi tittI. And wlivn we cnlli4'! "to a-sert that a letterfre>m Mr. CvrELi.l.ad not Iwtnrectiveil. -
tie aid cf Cabin Coon Skins and Hard Cider
I. 1'j. : '! In tb! fit tet ;place, CiJtin'.Wa" wil admit, if )In? fct.ince of wl.At ilr. M.! had tL candor to admit," s.nJ Gov.; Brown's attention to the tlromj litgu>ifintl\Ht\ ." If a letter I.n>I lbein recfeived, he ake-.I Log The Woolly whigs of New York, like their brethren

*p .A ns well :is l.t> writes tlut it i* veiy difficult to Fit lida >'' :i//// .e ling the \V hi sof t'l.e.SJutt- managed to get a majority in the Congress of the United elsewhere in the free States, feel a decp-teated bcstil.
that it be if not he wished know !
nothing nmre, r.s we bine no dubt the liLi.difils who I n.ight pubiabed ; to
vi to wj'.sli tl., laid.of: all > with Nertbini States and the sed them was
loutitt ''hj pi> >j> lanu ce or p.-.tiou t'k.i. l>y a ir i \matiy[ ani-.ng acts pa by

-'iblic spia'Kii. fi-peii.j'.ly: '! MHI a oi.e ns GJV. ]B, aidaiticularlr heard Mr. M. will remeaiher. f fBntweaic u-hi.4t cry, le'., Iaju\tiot
tn f. seubIv vItri the \ rfcd.nff. but whine j-nxluceil the the Gi v down and others at Juti. to do all they can to effect its complete
.
K a .p'ir: \ now done wi'.h this dNcuekim. The extinct pull men put up pleasure. That Tariff contained unjust, and was
provisions so
1 : ftEt cttiUr i is itt ulwavs '.vl. It 1 enr ci. .. .-. }>ri# frujiuiitlya candidates are buth j ia the hands! i .. ., tint c.alvvir: Cf Concerts* e\fii gras c '" *:i\iij IT IIA-J A TC'l'M; KMTCB, nnd if tl.e old IMitt.r UJKH a principle so errc-neou? ed by them at their State CouTentiemheld on the 20tfcinst.
CX assailm.t! has
w ., Z.tt'i b-wl.tre ix.if.-ot rT' jirc'Vii!*. iiio iiiue! to *avrecUely > will Fot u gne thilr verdict, nnd! further ni gamut had U-t.li in il mr'i? i-t tl.e pajH-r no sj'fh qcl.roti.nm ] prospects than Lis ever doue or can in the sue eeilinjj election! returned to Congress such j ja

the rev .rfe 'f I.itt 'hfy inlenae.! ni.il naly would pio\e ff little bt i itJt thhir way. WLatoter'' irt'iilil If u fll'v/- is >li C( hit/in*. Jr.i j (IL'. If he inaines that he has ever 'queezed the majority of Li-mn.crats) as t-uablt-d! them to rt-i.sal[ :

dii ay. ar.,1: tl.) : l-y oxpt-rienct?J and p! lfll il>tiHljcjioti's. may h.i\e Uen suid b< .tofoie, in the :dot of ] i But ti> u-tuiu tooiir; W!Lig\ 1-'t km.ii! ahuve tt frreJto. iV'se"i.f Ji.rlice," uve we uld fl.'il ly t-ay: tl.at the and substitute Resolved That the executive department of tit
& NjUe, the !;* legi-latie-n e.f IS-12, to iu
,t. ii : : IIv much) ni i<; ity tn mukc tii*-e rifmnCf has b in imagination arul hat's hiiq'cit. federal crovernrnent ought no longer to be rested ia
; we have too u.uch cm.fidii.ce in tl. r.nd squeezing" e-nly ru .v -which 5n. j 5-- would
S 4 f'r tie n.'tKCojbtoiue.i t*> the Iuira :li.J] how much c gcod t-ense #, fi-r the! pnitii? I f wl.om we speak an- gei.tlenunfir its st*>ail the more j jtl3t auJ equitable act the land of the men who wield its patronage

: t inre !ulV niLt uecci'surily be to tijake niistttkisul oiiid pat iii timmm of Intdligect Uhjs; to il. ubt fir umomei.t wit-in nt 1 lave n l.igla n- 'ird; ud with! tl.tir ul i inor.'. w im wou'd ea'ition! l.iiu never \eiiture upon I[ .,w ii. f..re% and which is known as the Deav-cratic nml its influence for the aggrandizement rfarrry

tJtcJLav! lacc the Jj'Cibvr in a fhlte po but that tby in, tl eir 1 lesliE CC liEu nil tl.e j oI tinn.lv Joiiri.-ii in the {'ii-n.irrf we haver.. t.iisgt'! eo ( a-ij thing in that n. peet nt-tr? real thin 'h-agiiutioii." Turi'F c-f 11:46. "I'Iicviters of the State, since the and the extension of its politic piowr v sral tt. *kigs

? Tht-y Ill C iijtel'iiciit, 1 i iI.-n.irde1 fie .r.ui.: sud will It would elau -LO duubt of i of New York will labor to the utmost to effect Las
bLIVJ. tilion of their eanJeate! ll.eX lia l.n jrove a irouojnration
: I : < n > isie.: That 0'Qm.i-i.cebiti.t' i-f the e-anvass which u H- W closing1. overthrow of the ndminfstrntion. which ban proved to
eKiu! titb fioiu time liititei of ic-ir! -ut
% act ( : t eiwnjmi! e-ti:! ; 'it.
M.ui] < f vt.ct >s here sriiJ may all be very true, !! be i is agr.ir.bt tl at niw.sr.re: i is indisputable nnd that I and wu v.i ud! ir< !n it an m.-ut! to the ir gc.o.I tci.M I hrr.e heard Lice Whisj Ctugrestk.j.al candidate! laud reckless! to duty and so reganllesothe riffhtsandin.teres .

r$5 .** I'at it nut \je borne in miud that Gov. Daows was j jnJdneii' j )hi q election may be jv.ttly bii.d! l\ tie eiun.iig efi i Mid .in iiifnnge-miiil im.. n cur own sense o! j rt'pm-ivtv 1 Downfall of the Administration." and prai-e the act of "42 and denounce that of '40 of the Union and to elect K President with

;; a VTl.lj Convention, each of whose membej i the South: cs n cor.Jeir.nalion! e f it cud n* a epuduliuuj f 'i. U4 to attriupt a erii-1Ti rp'ii: their dret-un. In o.fl'l! heiM-e there can be no eli>-jbt e>f the fact that if h.- whom fidelity to freedom shall not he a perpetual
TLe F..z li.lu! S tiififl ri-fr-> to time reeent elrction disqualification! for the public servce.
the time have think mud act I
t ti'
wa. Jnl-tUs: tnxsoi' to Ltar tvcry 'word that j the CCUK-C &f ilr.: ilAi.-vi.LL, is toy ikar to admit ofI iiie-an we ct'iii |njt r is elected to Con rtw, and the question cornea up on I
foroiirK-hef, Mivl 'n to duii .' ):ave aasnn .1 iu: mn.m e i.i heve-ral Nc-rtljtin bti.te-s ac iive.f of wLat ll.c ed This!is another *traw" which the Sentinelc&n ccta
1' might Li Iron li lip. and the obability i* that I question. CwnJid Wl.jg jnust ste thir, and the maris than award frt I Il t ..t i the repeal of ihe present law and! the restoration of tie
VM- to ( \ cry i-Ilaflfl. .v.t> ii oi rpur- it. : "
of its
.. -tuo 1 e : ctJci" viis preseivcd." Gov. DROWS j is '|, \ t1\ tint, feeing it, e-> mnm.nv if tbe in i-l.<.uld be wll i jiote.nor ve-re woelirpus-cdtotakc j-i.it in tIt tim'.. r act of'42, he will vote with the I'rote&to'fl-TnOflger9 of towards the fulfilment predict5on3.
f fr.i.- "S"ne: time ai preui f< d. that th* (li'ttiOiivhI! The Whig Candidate for Congress denounces the
I' ,jfe. < .; iv't a mjM: fpenkcr. Hit words cosr.c Jilh vitb & ling to give eccii-n to tl.e tuniy: fir njoicing bilectii.g \ e-ubki'iii* between the tuo Candidate for t'c4mgme.m, ati.I were to ci'nie' .itT iln fill in tl.e fr. c St..tt. wo>iKI re- New England. That our reactors may see the odious
less abusive then thow
fc-.feff; v measured florv. His enuiic'ution w Oietinct) nnd! rebenieut Lir m. I\n <'ne ju' fctkistbefi) uiulne sof Gov.BROW.N i bad Gov.; Blown bein i".ntt tt with eii-e'j.fiirjf hiI ![ ?it! in tins eo'iiplete overthrow the ad'ninistration. character ef the ensure favored by Gov. BROWS, we Administration ia terms no
own <> : >iiti lK-f'ieth; WIii CViiv ai< Jiat Ahgite! r, the allies" of New Tork. Indeed ia
I piiie employed by
'
-*' : ," inJ: tlrs: i nlf it the nvre ca'y to repoitLim. ) on the tkie-ry it uo; let while the rCoitherni i without eivn tumt jig; eui's u tinwiitlya I Su Iii oraman. .ii.d in the tl1urt'ugh! > I litj.ii.i/iu of the 1'i-iii'H-rutK- qu te tlr* Lllowinij comparui of the rate of duty the Adminbtraticn

*3if:'r-.if* 1 J: K*' idtft, ColitUjlJa" did vhat few cthtr re- i whigs nnJ i.bo.itii tiiet will gain nothing: fiom hii-ehe- I I we should have Ij-flmiihi'tI> s.Uitf, I lutwl.in! we 1'Arly N"itlu We regrtt tsay that so fur oi.rpit I between the act of 1842 turd1 from the Treasury this matter of overthrowing" ,
hi-t"iH; have len jtjt-.I. f.r wel.i.u'.il! have and the New York "
vj
; re- Gov. Eiiowx whigs see to
St- yrvt' pcrtcjs: ever to! -tic cn>pr.red hid noltsiitbthose lion on that wore: it cfSmot be di.'ui i-l thnl) thv 1 are t.e.iik-d in teims tounnic..> "t-ii ii th vt-iloe-iu I rent.rt of IL J. WALKLR, Esq, during the Presidency eye
.tl IL j'.iivd to see th.e) >( tin- Ni :th v.l.o ctItfur! the rej He calls it ** adminbtration"
C N takcu by auoiba* etjtkrnuu. Thit tva* done with n may trimnj-h i-.i Us ileetSui .is that of a tr/.n wl.o dnounci'S -.- it a duty to make om iltfcnwand if the (J vcrntrVpro'ptets j>e-d of the MIsviri Ut-'ii.-tion ;ti-t.iiirvl !I'v tl.e ma* of Mr. POLK under wh.>se auspices the WLi Bill of 1 1abvniutt'iii i I I eye. a pie-bold
tIcti2med any -pieiiatii4i.. < n a' 'ouutofir New York "brethren" it Las proved recklessto
:. \e-.v tube t rfiii/ttlat Lc bad not mUunderslcodGcv. the Nebia'ka bill and its aatlx, vl.oba'c would I pt-s at hoR.e. "(- .iif.iil.! I hive I a 1 t..iiti es-ijtiJ. nee wu*. stricken from the statute book. say -
Limmefwitm called
'" icinaiks. he may e"armze .avhg i ill ti1 : '-.- ..f m I... rtrr! :.'1)-ii..irmc.) duty" and that it wields its patronage and influence -
thiUbt it
., : B. rielipg." e.n t Lo, that bis mas as fur out of C< igiefe: Lad be- hud tie power, the iii out, r.nd there (tie, c.itiiiot et inplnin ut tIe rebut' 7ar'Taf1S12&1S1C
I Si.. ,j ) e-y. Itat in iLiuf, M 1.rui'! ( t.-m-K.-riet: ) the An'iNVI fcr the aggrandizement Slavery and its politics!
and who does not Ctr.cieflC tbe ? ithcrn be it w hat it n.ziv.Ve olfe-r !iet thte r-nmrk j. t.tapology \
dc1..et1 l Lt.i.!.] be lvno\vn to all the oftbe whitiiiga.i'ai' frvo- '
; % PS ; pt-ople : I l r.i-k.l e-iii.lid.it: I iL elect'-1! I ( -.eii m.'r .1 tl et State bv j \tirr ox l.ext-atts: For what cause does Gor.Baowrt wish iu
; I f the iilcituin. the ivtiiJf wet powtr.
State! I vrtte the raid comrLunkatu n, nndbif re fit, wl.il he cl.ai: :nct i izt s the 'ti lIiIfl .r e.j'iu3 lam we e.r ;i mn'mi-ity of .*'VJ. The L ;i-I:: tii-.'. niui tl.e wl. .le i.es-t'l.amp-Jgne, 12 30
5': have taken. but sizm'j.lv te ih-ubu'-e tl.e n.niL: if tbe-e* "overthrow J" Voters of the State !-do JCB tkiaktbeWoo'ly
dung so, bad SCCCEB to notes taken of bin ppetchiBly ( Dcu.eicrats who voted fur it ns }Hisor.: :<> di.ig<;cd np bvi t' wl.o may feel any i..ferest in the raatter.In jif'lii-C l n
.
: r-f Anti Ntrl.r.i-ki and AI/.I I .
: n-im. 5 30Carret.sVit..u
4Te rilEClSrLY WITH i the neck like ciiminals, v.ho vote-d trtfii.b'iug thiough a ing the Conduct ef the lit Adniit.istrati .. s-uve-iy .
a Muff, 'HlCJt IX'SEEETOSDCD prc
]'pro
I' In lh. btate of \ rm >nt an i l..wi. tli> election i carpet, 23 So t'ori of the whig Candidate, especially wbcn they

vv (srAiuiEKTb." That Gov. Baowfs m\n friends fear if the people whim they lol ti 11 u/eJ. o-.v I
under the eireunic.tzni'es. St.utln iudre
: 'I'.: uidertod. 1-ita ne licl the sntbur of Colsinbia," isxvbo ; we pr.t it to the -mn.e-u ei>e of hoi.eet men if the nx a rn troth ; : Auti S r.vci v n.in en both t-iJtc." G1a.s-1'oIiI.od| t.tae! 22 hv 14 inches, ?7 Z<* **- m W -r-1 Ten or 1up j- Imf this
.. i i 1 1I -j ,
lV.Hi
.' -' ------ I \. t v, 1 lHve iJMllr Vl intlitra | .luu u wouiu; vvm LI. L.J t> ... u vi.j.-ii i-, cere sentlA uiuve3-ser.taxrmens real KIJ, 22 CO
ki; uijfVit'X.k, over the signature of Alpha,*' to wil; I,' t j'lacc Hi lida in a fclie: i<.<.itjii ansi tend lo' ] nioie h-.id Wen the candidate f"i the Vre.-iI.mmer, ii.- [I Ladw-s 21 SOi a id act tccord'ogly.Senator.
: J ?tn.e,every Suthf-i n .an, no:nuttt-r w hat may be hi-
'itect iLe "gross trii'ra' and palpable) miereprcseuta- give dii,ect r.id an J cou.f 1 1" te. tl.e fanatics w !ho are stead of Gen. Soot t. With thank f'r mn'Jnk.ccc-c'uvv! i I Gentlemen's real French buck. 13 30.BracM .
': ftifc \Olll\SMna |Hilii;; <**, i-hould interjx'-e to protect the ndminUt ration -Indi.i ri.bU.-r costing 17 and above 80 SO' -. Douglas-
I tin :luieres-peetfully. (
> ti.T.s" < f Columbia's refcn-ed t'iKTe lattijiug to raEt and conjuii.c" the J)
:l epoit, "g o* eifir \ t i my < nio- '
fr. .rt.rovi.Vi.at! ha )bn its crime note 30
I.illetdox.
: >,fj. 4 I i 'tn beii.g m i i ? Paper- or fai.cv SO The Sentini'lsays-

-t5f *1r3 tud palpab'c misreprepeutations" altogether to j cratu Gov. BROWN e't-noui.eeh us Ldiayin (-f the people The Whigs of New YorkTlie j If it las f.-rfeited (mit M.ip in te! free State-, h.n: itI j I (;lilt, 25 30 j, "Judge Douglas, the author of tie Nebraska bill

Tvbiit had Len wt it ten relative to the action of tl.e L f the Xirth f t=ee.m the f.-iloxiiug extiae-t from ; Pa4tes-lahams! cosmetics and perfumes, 25 SO ,
I not d nc >u> tlnough fii< n-l-I.ii to tl.e South f Ilex and the fearless champion of Southern rights and
\Vi.lIv Silver ; aiidCn! [ constitutional
the Bott< n Atlis-the Giey CfJiveutinn. It is a eigoifjeantfact that Alp'ja" JiJnef ; j n cognized or-ju of the Mssa-
equality was hissed from tie stand few
.; Ji-rtel its iiiiltieiic-e, in the liir e-of the S'ntiml a
ui;
1 of New Y. ik in Silk \elvet. 20:
call 1:1 (juf fctinn the truthfulness of rnc\\od: CVlunvbla j chut-etts Whigs-the carno dinuu-eidtory language em'ploed inet Sl-te Coiue-Tition kt Sviaein-e. for dres. clay since in the city of Chicago, his place of resilience. -
when that ad\ocUe' ..f the Nebrask.i lrt'cailisilks II 23
1 the 20th! and tie! : : pi per was an : : "
1 the on iict, went e-i.tire I length and .
>
agaiift
bad ttuibutcd to Gi>v. DROWN. His m-irkcd omis <.iifirn Democrats that Gov. Flannels-Archer's uu.-Lt>nkiug. costing 60I
BROW is.: lie fiee il bieii'l'h .f hot-iiiity rgjiii-t the ..uth on tl.v slavery Bill: "to do the South j'l-tL-o' ami pre-.rie her lion What u the reason that the "Whig candidate for
n. Allot 23
;,''v to Je', makes the conclusion im-siMible that ; s. e.-ills ibem "trait- I I cent.-, 30

q1.-i.; : : hg& and democrat*, indisciiniinituJy: undi-rftood the OFb-" tr.ttr" .Vortheio right," ,(e. .- iiMi'. Ti.i-y nominated Mvr'm I II. L'Lik, if Outaiio,1 or, aud b>C'"tyf of tl.ithe anti Slavery e-k-rr.e-nts: I' Silk; and wool flanneel, costing '1 Congress has not as high a regard for Senator Dove.

-. t fi-r (iove-iiirr. and J. hive comb ne-1 in the fiee States to i-tfuct its "c -ir.- >I the yard, 14 30 '
of New square the
W'hi candidate alike and i 11 this be eohat is : We Henry Rayiiivtiii: Vcik LAS as central whig organ professes to have ?
,; ; t<<' i r.joiee to tee tb,> IIIfl\ anl manlv of -
C'iUhI? Hair rirlcd! fi matrass, 10 20Clicolatc.
o\trtLio\v aiui ifs-i, uhyi-> it thit the Whi.fI >r
f.r I | pct ;
City futeii.vst Goveiii'ii. The 7r.6tavsof "
p Gov. Brown denounces
I become (i tl.e .*> .fi' / cxcusatcry rc-maik, "that it the Wbi.f pri thmug'i'ii.t' the Xorthwu State* ; thev 12 2ySar.iin him as an arch Deegue'as
all tpeak the iT fie-id.-m tl.e ii''ImaIi(C f< r G j\ern"i I I pitf'aof Ti'-iida nji.ie-e with the fiee '!! -rs at its fate J JI the White DOCCLAS"
1"i i is vt ry dflhut; lo repent the language ir potitiiu language! iiaI: l ebow u iltlerJ : **. and other fi-h prepared in oil, 20 4O and referring to the "kis

; : taken by a public fpcaktr piecise, cspwial sued A cue' J lunation to leeitt tlie ( tr'.>M..h.f i tlo Sn.th, nnd t i' I. !r_ CI.'m Is hrt- C.i-i-e'I, I mccl'i I iii(, ) } 4 I The S. ,.tiief. n.ciitiver, tell- its it-nde-rs that its pro-' Fr:, t.itt.rif ivil.ir. satu: : wood, lie, 50 i 40'Ueiiio sing" of the abolition mob at Chicago, says be was

e ..' ;I 1 punh. tljoec cotn/j-t LU J c<>r as Gov. B.r It is ceitaialy no 'ury <]3iffirjt"! matter f..i the l.f.pe of inward. UAVJ] JJJJ'l KA VIII) NOJ thereof '
has been ever with tin- f. r. Ilit.ct in all mia,uies < f rei I. thorough Al "liti'.riizii'4 <>f the Di-niocratic ParrvNorth.1 7J 30'Canioe The is that
.,'_. to report that correctly about \vhkb the i els notliijaitc. iTHKBX I RIGHTS. Kun tb.' pitsM m ?>, wl.ieh h.inJbeii'tifoic *i lii.e.-c to Slat ITV > f.-Ji.n." ?. and i-Litatk-ns: thereof, and i probability if a Democrat were to say to
4.p. Aj
gi ( ; fcr.ow where the editor 1
WiFKiuld 1'ke
I i been uLime.l at I the tl.ieat 'f to the candidate that the Sentinel
DweivStntitnl\ not that if its < a ii--nutj.: nf I I on IIIO-4.IK-. 7$ 30 Whig had called thi
,
S- erpjvc (- the Union have learned tl at that d.ingi r i itifj Jcwelrv-Composed cf gold, silver or plalii.a "White": Douglas the fearless champion of Southern
bad understood Gov. B. in diifer
on n con pondent a : i mote nnd that try too i ithenl'.un to lie !n-<- ) tl.e r.zcne authority siijs ; j his predictions f" They are not to be? found ii: I 20 30 and constitutional *

t I tnt manner from that in which be was uudeistocJ by They we the ag i.-sbive i-hatactt-r of tl.e 1 GENERAL U'sm. rights equality, be would, aa was
ba\o O.v ARTIIILKS :
I He. hase-ver U-en Iowa. The M-irnll who is
ton -aidcel ia Maine Vermont man ,
,
rc the divisla.s or 1 "
_.t&. ilr. JrrrjitVb, Col. Suiru and Dr. JONES, be would I rv i-iftitution, and I lln-y have made up thir iniiids! to I ef tie day, us a *'Sc\\rud nun." I j Wines-bicily Madt-iia (luw priced) 49 30 the case at Alligator, question the correctness of the
and Ike
fl thie.w, themsilveeiuto\\ bieae-h and i n-pd the I pet down ns a 1)emnt.crnl" ia Anti Xe- : Pnn-nto 120 40 rending;" but if the extract was produced, he would
:11t Lace PO said f There is no doubt of it. And it is nit ugcris t 1 : jjpctb- j ji
,,T ors. Uiiii n le-i us in the free SIhtir, and tl. -! Their rc&i.luti'ns are publi-hed al l-p*>th) n the N l-r.vla candidate, seceded from the Democratic party -i Gitcer; 62 401 j j palliate the Stnttiieft case" by snjing "The p *p.x
thut tie \\hobt
c to
'r altogether improbable ll'tiiy" cleefl.ns wjl! show that t IlatV" are uot to be r.i ented Ycik paper. We quote! tuch iu u-l.it* to Slaverv.I ,. twn jeara ag', according to the New York Courier : Cassia, 61 40't has a young editor, if the old editor was in charge at
.p.. notes Columbia )bad access, was Alpha" biu.pc-lf. heivjj.er by IRAITOHsJ. t 73 3y I
.p* .. I ltCLilV1ti. That the passage by tli* frames (1 f the .1: Kn ;tnrer, and hIp >il 10 elect that Abolition WLiif. C.mrpetirmm.-Trt-ble ingrain, 'i the paper, no such declaration would appear in iU
It is evident that tie Guvenu said 36 30lwnB.tr
;., .,. quite ) Eomething When su h identity e/f K-ntinent exists between the : conflitution, and tie tathi-i* of 14. ri'l'IIi.s'ie, (.f llieeriii. William I'itt l-V#=endi'n, ti, the U. S. Senate, accord- Ingrain, column
iron 73 S0
relative to uDiJiatintf" with NcrtLem Whigs, for Whg candidate and the fiee soil .. of 17* 7 t-tztII.Li-I or bolt (
.. whigs e.f the North, c< e-le-aily: a acir.Jii.ul.riiiei-1 inij to the Tribainj. He was I/it "anti-Nebraska caniiiIite" Nail rods 99 3'') *
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.' in bis mouth the declaration with timvmmm that "hould or spike |i Query-What does the Governor mean by a
Alpha1) puts that: melictive to these ami their Pie i aCM I-f.ncr. r prohibited
men votes, will any person of the FuaioiiUts nud dot of tIc Democrat Cut or wrought iron spikes, 168 3 4Yt.. of the Sottheni in in the Teiritories of the Unitt-d I Stite \ editor )r Dues he mean youthful, inexperienced of
1 eame! newspapers were putnature of common MMse to that the II.H.piron. 116 30
presume say: enemies of lu-Kohe-d. Tl.at e-ordi.llv 77-rir candidate was Atuio.s K. PAUUIS, a fiiend ofj
we
:1 : that the Xoith and South conld 'ij'j.n".e cf the firm Blaekrnith' hammer and leeliies, 52 So verdant f
: declaring Whig party I the South will not have cause to rejoice in Gorcruori mid m.iiiU rtiiml I oftlmtV) j S4iiatoisnf the State of j the Nebraska bill. P.tanu was di-fe-ateel by the temK -
other than ehau cables .
Iron ebaina 101 30
never again aCil'ute to etber," ttc.Lut Gov. BBOWNbiiustlf i BUOWN'S eli'ctin f New Y n"k in d-.fe-irf-e of the lights the!
frei StiiU-s. | ranee and fiee-soil ile-mocratJ, with the mass e-f the Wrought f>r sidps, locomotives et The Hards and Softs.

I.1r : contradicts the \ ez skin given by "Cvluu.bia] !V' )I Wo huvo been industiicu'ly charged wiih"abnfcins"j ] and inztmute tia.C.' of the j-iii. '!{>!< and |tniey! of tl.e Ab >!itk>iiits an-1 Whigs going fr Merrill. N'olwith- steauimngint's, 88 30 I

That i ii entitles the dtnial l Why party ; and that wetender utir grateful |. ] < The following are the resolves of the Hard and the
tnd of toconeideiation.
i.. q. vcr true, courte i j Gov. BROWN, an 1 us being animated in our opponiinuj meiiiberi uf wh. 1 tandin he rectivcil a large vote, near XtOtJ-mu&-h) Smoi'tbin; irons, batters' and tailors'
t Iii Cor.gre Mtdwith !
.e n I fised f.I law
I ) t Soft Conventions of New York, the repelling
63 30 upon
elu
He ) th.r.k
n.ay now boueMly that he j to him by personal hotlility ; but we cnn proudly poimt I dtf itj the breach >f publicf.iith} imolvcdin the reptnl larger thin: we expected we uld be thrown for him.JThe .- preying of both
6t 30 the Missouri restriction. Members
4 ,i did ti .t take the poeiti..n anti uttir the langung* nt to our columns in ir.tiielitjfl.e have mpeet. e>if ih j Mirsomi etuii pioinirC.i I 'e S',000 constitute the true Deriiocniti.Party Wood screws, > slavery
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q tributed t-> him. But Gov. B. has reached that I him Ri'-oved.! That i l liv the act p-nririnp the Coal, the factions, says the RotneGa.) Southerner,treat them
jHri"dof i
of ,
in "
au n mi.n, ue\er g"ing our <>px] .it iou I beyond repeal of Maine. They are nut Abolitionizcd, but are Glass; -Plain, moulded or press'd tumblers.
life when eretets \hate fa.d him. what the Mirsniiii C"nipie'niiMf we hold thnt; we me forcterdich.kigc'l as a nullity ; but the fact of their adoption by thes
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S1.flIOitfITeht was nud 137 SO
peif< ctly Ugi-imate honorable .
I : and <'iirwmst from nil bltuitions nil the true friends the South now hw in that State
I. if fact that in advanced the I : x> to 1L'f.1s.I| it nnvcomproiuie called Conventions at all, shows that the Democratic sentiment
It Yellow
Gloves Hoxamp-
a ftiiliing ugc memory I'nen.ics art ehallei ed to p.int to a single I liti., sheep
nr with m'Iaveryxetijmt such ns are cintaieiIiii tIP rte-ni limo I tule i-f AI'<> n lanatii'i.Hin which threat- I
,. will retain i kLl i l u-eolleetioti of thinga which tiatisptied tide ( ton (wagoners'and reaping do.) 90 SOIinitutioii in that Stale is almost uucnimous in favor of tie
,. t. a turn wur pen in dicpioof. The unprovoked and the ,.fl-titUtiofl of the United Slates, iui.1 moi-us i Jens to oti-r-ridc the Constitution and make war upon buck, 55 30 of

..i in youth, while it is totally oblivion* of transaetiuiis gross tttacks which he bus repeatedly made upon us, pecially that' we iireforevertelcate-il frmn all i'Mi"at ions the South. Woman's imitation, kid, 70 SU Nebraska-Kansas law and opposed to the repeal

h of We ht\e ourtelf been witnct-s ton 1 not caused t admit! into our uuii-n any State which tuiicUoiu or that portion of the act obliterating the slavery boundary
I. ycfttiJjy. ave uo to f.-rpct our elfrc'peetorriov..IUi The Fentinfl is equally unfurtunAte in its reference Braces- India rubber costing 5 frocca or

illustration: of the truth of this in Gov. B. hiniMlfYTc to ictoit have permits slavery. 03 cents the dozen. 62} 30 from the statute book. Whatever rosy le the
as we might done. We have been .
IN-milted Th.tt the recentacti"nof
C4mrTTPF gjjniu.lated to Yeriiiont and Iowa. In both of these States thetioeracy .
beard hi-u declare and took Dote of tbe fact in ; i l'aper-Me.iium, foolscap Ac, 53 30 individual positions on that question occupied bv lead
A. content tndunbis
to as-null, as well as those of hi* and ap| rof ed by tl.e 1'reMdent, whe-reby the com ) snide noble time candidate'
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fight. Koyce
a culled brow B 62 SO
at Quiney whtn) tefeiring to tL5 Alligator indi-creet lends commonly! known as the Mii-S'.uri C' iiijroini Sugar, commonly sugar, ers of those factions, they had to bow to that healthy
public fpcceh m trusting that truth would vindat! pact e, 1,1 the FuMonists in Vermont, beat his democratic Netatka Vinegar, 52 SO
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bueinen", tint br cid! not m his rpeecb on that tie iii the end and we eel an abiding Confidence tLi is repU'liite: l, an-1 the -at: territory kn.iwu as N. Salt. "6 20 sentiment amongst the masses.
: *' ka amid Ktmsao'. oj ned to shnry, has > opjkjiieiit only about 12,0i.'l' which id not i I
occasion, eo much as allude to the topics mooted we shall uot be disapjiointed. ., reived the foudeii.iiii i already Cloths of woc'l-Broadcloths cassiraers, Resolve of the Hards-
unqualified <.n i.f lime \VhiM large Increase o\er the ustal Whig; anti Abolitii'n muority. -

e b betwetn bim and bi* honorable opponent." This wan I ol New 'fti k. and we p>mit uit!Im mati&fartic.n ccrmI pridti In Iowa, the DeiiMiTut, though till nte-nd- coatings Low flannels and ,padilings bookings,, 40 30 "Retolgej T hat, in organizing a I territorial fortnot

& fTiost surpiifing rtmark, but not more so than another I t to I lie fact that not a fciuijli whig member of eUliert gove rorneut for Territories belonging to the United
Since the above
1 writing we have received (the All!- : I1 with; the Whig and Abolitionists combined, diimost I arid baizes, S3 Sf I whkh
t! llonso of Congress from thior mv other free States, tlie principle of self government, upon
uit'ta him in the same Connexion. Kc fairing to hkf
,. by gat'.r Adontitcr of Saturday latt, and in its columns Iii elected their eandiilad Silks Calcutta and othvr silk pocket if
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State, jielded any wirt of nupp-rt, ciiuntenaneet-i- handsomely. They : \e S our federative system rest, will be best promoted
.1-i' paid about his Xaslnille Convention f 2 5l for the piece of 7,
bad been costing >
4 ivhnt
4 find a communication ou r lie tignatute of Col. Sjinu, I f.ivor to that mot unjust and unrighteous proceed- for Congreca, ia the 2J District, by a mnjority of semi<. 8 CO 23 the true spirit and meaning of tie constitution be &b-
and weighing ounce,
letter at the Maditon Convention, be stated that nt which we ulomi. It will be seen that Col. S.repemtb ing. :JoO over the regular Fusion, anti-Nebraska caudidatiof Ditto, cooling ?3 75 and weighing seved; and the ce-nfi-deraey strengthened by leaf irff all
4 1 held "his I'csolved, That a measure so cewcerninjr the eioroestic policy tLemu to tie
Convention ppivading arj
the time that was opjorHntsLad questions
with pome particular! HOt In-fore mentioned, the truth'ulne ntouin its and inflictive moai: the Abolitionists. The coalitionists carried the Is t 12 ounces, 50 2J the people Iherei.f. This is the
<- wpr[ so vitally allee-tinp I legislalures ehe* n by
been of f..r Congtew I
c fuig<'tte that be tvi yet fpokcn ( s of the lepoit "Columbia." The more we revolve I the reputation und destiny uf our whole conn'rv. iu; District by about 1500, and elected their Governor b;I' Black grei de nnp. or taffeta silk, I true dextrin* of the efenwracy of this State; mind bas

nor thought of f, but that they were tn afraid of this matter in miud_ time eftablisment iutroductinn of for eirL-t-ses. weighing 1 *unce U the I maintained by tliera m opposition to all at-
over our when wcobserve or human slaverj about the t-ame majority. The York 7/tiu eput S long been
-. : I LId of Fact that btruck at bim 10'a. tbo ard. and costing in England or in interference with the affairs of
( 31ater they the total Mloure throughout a jmrtion r.fthe national 'l''ma'mii of CoorfreM
relative to it by the Wliigi rf Alii'itcr large-]r lie result iu Iowa down thus: France32 cents, 47 2! I tempts
absence of movements :o bring him before the pojdc fInd the n.iuute : than the old! thirteen States can, with ptoprictv, be re low I the people? of the Territories, whether under the prt-
particulars mentioned 1-y the f.-rred to no tribunal levs ('Xa-tiIg au-1 commandint Witty and Anti-\ tbratka. X lra Jca and DtnJ 1 Black crapes. priced, 60 2JPirs :j:$ | tnc ofslavery restrictions or any other local ferulajtKa. -

z L through fear that be might be brought forward J"- gi-ntlemen who pledge their honors to its trutlj-theme than that ciiinpnueij of the u hole Ainericnii people am J 1 Congrii-sl.. .Clarke. 11,042 Hall. . ...11.21 Ii -Called *>ound or mixed pins, 63 Si S(,) I That tins eiectrine secures to the peep!. of tbI *
Velvet Cotton. '
ti': The Governor bad bimteU forgotten that be was nominated iu division ,) 36 I severS2 States their equal rights in the territor** sw
re ale we eurjrieed at the authoiued dcbial o3ov. / we pn t<+t nZzmmnMt iium'Ier I the false and deccpme Congress 2..Thorington 11,421 Hempstead..9,87: h.
the of Gadsdcn the 4fA ; Shirting Costing 6J cents per yard. 95 enables them, as they become Slates to fashion the*-
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by Whigs on ofjtily BEOWN. cry -f popular sovereignty'1 from this angus I Atl'v-Om. .St-nnett. .20.:31)7) Cloud..21.04( calicoes i
([.;tlon > 12 cents
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print. e r ,
Costing *
-that time \Vbig of bis own County e couded that The leader will be s'rurk with the Whigezindiilae'sexeue tiibunal to fneomjosed of the few hundreds or thou State Aud'r.. .Steven .22b2 Shar[ ... .21.4S o the running yird. JO -I l ; "i.e n institutions1 on the piinciple of free self gostTO et
uiiemtmrrassed

i z.. Domination; and be .teeeptcd the same on the 6A of fttoo worteel. j I menU dicuiion. That the by national congressional democracy interference can point

July, and that the Demuctatic Cwuveijtlou was not the State to wj.th their hand of all affiliation with ihuifv to iii; &lead any but tho u anxious to be deluded tin L. Morris, Stale Treasurer, are also re-clected.-- 24 inches wide, costing 12 cents. fO S with pride to their past action b maintaining such

: Leld until tbe 10th of the Mine monthVe! refer to of the North. It and eager to \\r led aftray.KeNiHed IJoih are Democrats. Cotton worsted Orleans find nlp-icca cloth Lk the Uw ,'I
whigs ( Sfttllncl bus I '2
) ay 18 cents the yard fO '
coating and
t. these instance! of forget fulmas in proof of the remaik- 1 ihmitngaint the principles, involved il u The Milwaukee No\vs, in announcing these result I, square amidst time shock of fre. soU and abolition assault,
a editor and if the old/editor had been iu ?
: that GOT. B. has reached that uny charge time Nebraska bill, iu their application either to termite*- MlSCCLLAXKOVS.Linscid j *uM***fuHy presenring1 the constitution from riolatwn

already made, periodcf of the paper, no such declaration would Lace Ix-en i. i I ty now b.mlommzing to the Uuinn, or hereafter to be ac says- oil, 8? i mind the rights of all seetiooa of tat Union from i-

fife when memory of recetit events bag foiled binx1 mad iu its columus," Ac. The "yonug editor" zzigl.twell 1 quired,the WJiig* of New York will struggle with: Here we have another falsification of a brilliant C[V CabK-4 and cordneje, tarred, 12O 2% tYiii-irnitnt. And that we approve of the eotaet of

They we conclusive. retoit that the '0/4 edmLr" .- qnal resolution! and confidence, and confident thi t alition prediction. It ha been confidently asserte Unn'.auufactuied hrmp. S9 $1< VT.M few the temtonal organization of Nebraska
by sajing Lu
I put. they sliaH"nft, and cemfident that they ""ennuot fceive I. for month past, that no Nebraska Democrat could l ls b e Wool l unmauufactur, a *'0 { and Kansas, set far as it establishes the principle that

: The Sentinel 871 furtber the declitration on record, through Uie coluoiut of th< the sanction of the American people ; and in thi nominated to Congress thus full. The proud triuuiji U Chain,cables coarse, 87 *'0 I the people of the Territories legislate for their own

4 I' But there U another view of this subject, whirl I Baltimore Patriot, that "NO SANE MAN" iu tbCemth struggle we invite the co-operation on terms of equally Iov r all tint coiubiiwd iat of the day oy the demo.a- Anche>is 62 *0 wcltiir as it is exercised by the people of the States.
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itipt8! us to believe that Columbia" WM ontirelj r WILL FRATERNIZE WITH SUCIIALLfES" I and fraternity, of all sincere and earnest champion e racy of Iowa is a prelude to brilliant suoeew on tl Anvil 4a *,)
: *, Resolve of the Soft5i.I .
v1hkPn. as to the powtion houor igne to the Cover of free labor and free soil. same issue in Wisconsin, where tho only Democrat

for we Jo not understand him ni undertaking t(; as the Northern Whigs. candidate in nouiioatie stands boldly upon the print tca It wi'l be seen that th duly on article of Luxury- Rrtolv, That we eooakier the fctroefaetooe of tbe

report bi precise languiige. In the first pUee such I I We quote Cub SMITH' article as follow-i: Tho New York Utrald't report MJI_. pies of the Nebraska law, in Illinois where the la w consumed by the rich is almost wmiinal, as for ia I. clause in the Nebraska and Kansas bill repealing the

1u'jwfl not to bo Ms portion here. He 1ms travelleill "Mr. Martindale wanted the honor ns well as th;e has been indorsee! by the Democrat of eight Coi Wilton Missouri compromise aa ineafedieBt and ooosoenerj;

ovi-r Uie State. and mad iCfflieiftt different plu COUMfXICATtD. pleasure of moving the adoption of these resolution 5. grensiouitl district .aud in Imlinmia where it has IMH nti: (mice on Chn p >$n Barpin Jy, CarpeU, ,!. but we are opposed to any agitatioa baring TW '

i id cat. rod no each Bculimcnts have been chewhcieima Editor lirtitrr'e eijnin trouble you, mint[1 I!1e. stud. thank God, we breathe once more. We allight. 'e indorsed by oveiy Congrcsional district iu the Stall p. while on articles conounc-l by th maasM. UM"duty i ieooraKuis. iL it the reatoratioo of that line or te din ; to promote any

puted to biw, thow said by Columbia to Imac P perhaps for the ht Unif, on kubjecU connected will) When the opportunity bs been offered us. Uiw : Now wo aek reflecting men, what reliance can 1 L lIcnc tn. tari.Totl84SiscaUeda '- i. .eotioaal oemtrosy In r.b.s tber .d wit

len 4kJ &t Alligator Wheo Mr. Walker ii 1 jtohtics; and the necesMty for this article we deien) big part has been arrayed under the bannar of frendom. t&iiff beiitus wi presume, It diirim iiI mtclate the oocntrr that the rusciti *reV i* ofS

ezprcM i4G'. Browsm, md npoojnitLftt his iithonty, n ri hot ait qzI. Our im seems to lio, that we have mad(L He felt gratified to know that the time hiwbca id placed in the statement of a paper which ha *o 1|it. inetfsg cstitiitd the rlchaod Oat mca3u ate lAeJr to parclaeidal to tbr psune .
prociuuctd Cv1uIlita a public through the columij* of the ZAra/i/, our view pa eeIC tuprcmiscs wouU nil be rerU.lI.itd._- lie legftrd for fat' as (ossytbtt"ec itsprtdictit I ted b




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pc>< as seen to MR. EniTot: A NEW GOODS For Sale or ,
mine called
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f ? fiit opiiii** in rcg rd to Ibe powtr of Con- see meid ___
,F'ta iOKtter fits not l $t$ in regard to demo- Fire in the Mountain*, lei us to single! combat, we shall be extremely ginted my old woman, the other day, aud says Le to me.n r" sutcrbeni are now receiving their Fall awl t-2 'VHE' Dwelling Hw e wbkb mew occupy _

f& vTrepird thif the act of renunciation by Corgi srsct Run, boys, run." ifihi to give him, satisfaction, leaving it ent'iely with r, he j ou i e a mined man, sn> he. With that the L Winter stock of Goods, entwinting of alrmxt every toil' '.1 It eouUioi 10 Roomt, finished ia the Le.l _

< > li jKflj heretofore exemed over the gut,- dki ''Her cfthe Florida; Hentiml: m to select the time place HII I manner, -nny wh. nrtwecn ;j w.nnHU liked tide iM-wleJ in tie Dry (Jtcnl. Hardware (Jnrcerr. 'llll WaD$ together with all tLe me'esa'y *
.rrr to
"'' nutrender of a formidable functionLjtonh hib gone crazy, he tonkvtl f uci aWhat's -I4.ti blut4, K'ld Crotkt-ry lint-, all of wbk-li they will t w Idaig s. an excellent well of Water and Cbtera. The

."-'ibe practical* federal government, nnd tIt UCC Ba 5iu:-At tl.e). risk of my personal safety, nziI the ibis oud the in. tiii. ".,Vi/tr a'ntthatxma t / ftclmlletifrcd the ztuittt.-rt Myi L Why. iia> Lr, p :1 I! at fur p.ice 0. it MEG1NNIS3. st fionU 170 feet, u1z4 extend LUCk 340 feet nod um'der f

*' ricl t on th< pint. (-f the ineiiiciit noverfijnilie' clu irge of egotism; in the fftvrt t' f>rw ite'f oi v< tr I'i ILJOIi yiu lo dij-eus-3 with bUn your } j][ Harwell i is dead stt ngaiu-jt light wood knot, day* Sept SO, 1K64. 8 (I good fence. A* I |/rfer lo sell I offer a lrflin ,

*** to'cnnstitutc the) States of (he Union thu exf not.k-e, I am constrnincd apaiu to mMit-i-s vu. Ireit AII jiidjK.bitiotir, iu '.4 ur owii piper: or, if you prcrrcd ,.B, and Mr. Pierre the 1'n s-i sent i i' j-wt as Ind. aud as ti, prior, find will make the payment to uiL
r Goods. Possession LIe had the lit (Xt. l .
ht rut oo -r.W1L
:! _I u-cij, can. iu all probability, reeultouly aus"v grt eir, that ft it, Le wuuld crues swords with any one tlspyuu j ti) all tLl Mr. Mas Dry
you jK-nr.itt u hnsty temj>rr 10 f ice >ey say til will g lo Cotigrew a- IL HAYWARD. It.
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:: to tL pe*>P'* of the Territories and the"peace en yi-u buch entire f>.rgttfulue86 of the amenities of s.I ..- IIICt light designate. You avow your ability to fight, ac ..uinUy a perfect nr>
&c tnioa I cia ITti I life: as that manifested in 'pt the challenge, but instead of making jourc&/-,7, fir.eU lie> Unin ;
i your i- rtiu of the 12th i ; 1 to g' there f r I" I.ineEnglMi Lung Cio hi. New York Mill
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the Soft that wing of the .. Bank at New Fort.
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ground taken by i't' tjt. Nothing can pot-eibly l Ie nir.de by low abuse't' mi* the tLeat re of action, and /1 UMH the w ur nu-s- : \\j e cu Iii! hbout. i.u'1 mcu itgatheiing aia i.g-t the piile lying'CItith: : Brown and Bleached) DriHiug*, Agency
cflw demitIflef> ( ty the Whig press of fix the battle tx-tuef-u tLU and Shirts THE mder igued. Agent tnr the FAIRFIELD
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M : grotmnd (Jiiru SspeiuIeni.Ierin ,
ul : gen jou jniil tLfs.t 4114 .
iijgxprcBub )
1 i ( The
ucrac JiI'fleiit.] public is rs -* ii tn me to Le m ire 1,11IFs M-.X-
intelligent
the ideutu-al position occupied on upt to jtrite Meriuo Drawers MenuUose Co'tou j Hose. J_ BANK OF WINStiBOHO'S.C.will U prs.
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lie l-e Lul in
moon, as tl.oi.gli prrj-oj-e'l to meet
Cej aud n-aJy to e'n.Je th.--t you v. e bide >no er Lr.iid."i& So I nothing but j jughejJtiulH EHU
red to dici unt Order, 'tCka.
io' the caudl;Jute for'' anger >:ily conit-s in y -ALSO--- ai > / Extkangt. Draft', .
Xtibraika question by Whig w ,K-re nrgutneut is nt fault. "Southrou" Las our own element, nnd fjjLt you with moonshine. L"ou the olJ r cn.Mflfls gwie. T. B. itys [ Printed and pluin all Wool Df Laines. ':h dt. dr.. *>o any of tb* principal cities and

rt. Gov. Eaown They regret the njn'sil of n? ailed your positions as the contud fiaiplyi would be uu.ie. thiiU u ii>atcL fur Lim there, au-J | *, jou doift( know eT.r tl.i-'jt. *as I ; son Hiat U. (uj '1 LibS't Cloths. D-irege de Lt>ine\ Calicos.Ginshnrus [Wiia of the U. S A IM> liberal advance ou Cotton

Lapuri Compromise as inexpedient tud untieI I yf big tud orgsu of the ; e must ur.cou-hf.oually: dtchne t" tit; utuKr bud. | Uuval. audLeard wlmt) the Exeeutive minittee Piinled; Fhinnrls, BUek! Silk. Ae. tc. rLiIe iu store and writing orders. the paity, not hecuuse (>f iior a\ stlit re. With that I pulled out letter from
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any s'ip & DAN. LAPP.
would have met the whole! Mutter nt degree'j Ii For Pale by (J. i: J. MEOINNISd.Krpt. Srpt. 3. 1834. 37 II.
kadvautajts SoutLicn does. have tc-gard
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e ujand"kiclred iu'e''ect or ttrcngth of jxtiii-n: social very great cienlifii* fiieud. und read hid) thie part of the !lelUr- j -
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ce or [ .- SO, Ib54. St 29
t. 1O3T it out" of Congiws T eyw ,Li--h you t-nj yed, and Le felt ut Lbeity to do FO, Le- \ jr Lis peifnnal s.iMy and when Jupiter, the mailed j jrarrkr The Whigs of Duvul: Ct.unty and all tI.e. u.po..ed i -- Bagging: and Rope.

te it Ult of democraey"-Je makes j it no test ca use yuur poiii..ii: editor t-hall spring upoii 1.1111 all armed and! equipped; ', troin o the -leclion of A. 11 Maxwell, and in f vt.r ol t old Embroideries, &..C.UrfT I BAGGING and ROPE furnisht d to regular cus 4),.

for be decinres on the 6tamp that he bae j jnBO flueuce in gave you a ('tfltloIIlig: r the brain of Mh.etvn, !Le will &L''w to you nnd '[Vm Drown for Cviigress ; vpf[, i>cd to iLe ir(.{nrtatiou i received from New York. any cntautity. D. LADD. %4
0. ggtrci deciding i sues of great public aioiniiit, if lumber, int' lii.. United State. fmni' Cannii.i fee: of ,
Newport. September 2.-1854. S3
evidence of the unsouedneBs c'fthe Noi thet n L}he woil.l the same ability to defend hn jursou that I Iic !_ Embroidered IIint1kerchief_ _
which -
** I lie Wi.s a pntty equally interested wi'.h L' !ut\ and! tlioee in favor of the people! cuUhig Liyht- -
.4
y.ij! *t Ytrilv, the Governor is not a baJ SofL fc :l If; but in Jug 90, be remembered TV hat was youri due r' Lac Lr.1uIit, Lficiie.to the defence of Lia principle*. Lit w oI 1 OO the public laud, aie re'Uecleil to s.ittlid.- i i2ome 'S Ci.lhir.Putt Sleeves, Sugar Mill Rollers and Gin Segments.
!
tie
( tJ.-fjttiCul a'.L
"- 1)) feelings of one gentleman fioui another__. i ( one, Conie Cambiic end SnLss Flouncing. ; size Sugar .Mill Rollers constantly oo band,

iiv t l "fr from Jackson snvs-"The election ,?iebeeec4Iaon that hire.. Having tuu hurriedly glancwl at your abiurd JH>- So you *cc that's the truth of the matter, and I'm a D-.tteil Veil*. Black Crape Collar. _FOUR 14 and 16 inch. Also. 8.9 and 10 foot

1 ( and My! rick ie in doubt, but I tbiuh f genteel society Lad ptcciib. lukiT iitions.nd i diiroved your declaration! tLituLad irefus iii a,1t2iiali ; fur if tl1 d iMK-rats siioveil. a"ou f ay | Black English Grape, Stamped Bauds hrEmbroidering. \V heel Scents. M. U. POND 4 CO.

will: be elected bmull If ( i its own government anj! j 1vteCtiiU. and kit not ut 1 .1 1 to fijicak to, ur uotico me or u.iniI Kuuu.t l hey will why Mr. M.txwrll will jjet iiiy Muehliie patuied -' ] Newport September 2. 1G4. 35 *4
rtl by a rcsjority. jjft iIiiattfl. leity to vittte! tLi-ni. 1 but it the old gentleman iiionii istJrCteil I I'll
lie iLii'ifi-re, iu tho n.iJet of ([jlufei ithout culling \ cut sttt-ntiou to auotl.er Lluudt i' ; French Embroidering Cotton, Patent Linen. -
WI'4 *Le owing in icrne measure to the fact 0)c )fToiit-ive ;rt uiv Iniprovtnieiitcn, the Tar Mtichinu patented.IM -ALSO- Notice.
pcieon.lilii6: on your pint, continued to re- Lich culls aloud! to you f.-r the exercise of more di-1 j jcrvtion Iw ho can't it. the deni'-crats all
help have taken
rctir on a single slip for all the offices. You may i An a'stortment of Swi!", Mull and NatumxikS".lk '- Et-rcue, of UU SMITH'S School will U
fc ruE
'j'| cttU in-rhonal& tight$ *, and to h"U your fueling | < and a little mote regutd for the tiuth of histoI, I ihe liglf; wood knots Irora the [>eojle.Now .
JL
D. King Member certain and resumed the I
for Mr. Hurry ht- a m Mmwlay, 2d October next. -
jll.k bovt: the rude sLrfls it jitieoual invective. JLJre, 1 1 rs Vou chargud the F.1;i.iian with forget y" iu oae j Mr Ud'lor, jon, n-j a great friend t.f ginius, : aud Ci'ttou HTt5 i.in, tie, 4-c, f"r mle bvG. September 16.1854. 37 St
if William D. Barnes und Col. J. j "
tort' be surprit-ed t|liercf.>re, of Iiii; eurpi iee on oponi.-ig your !iSt1< "f tli j i issue, and! in the neU you avow that have de 'il Li'U'd liclp n.e cut j in getting n>y Improved Tar Igl.t- i J. 11EGINNLSS. '
you
Cut. Jr.. also arc elected. We are all wide awake : : woirfl Dl-sjicnsary Mucl.ine: p.iteuted ; but as a n.au tint SepteruVr :2(\ 1854. Ji'J
jgnd 2h; to find ::i n urticlo Leaded Cofu-e and J'L-Ul* fr teeted him jrgiug u L-tter fn.tn Etofvenee. Plantation for Sale.'a
woik. 1 tbiuk old Jackson will be Now sI- -, 1 i-tnd jou an explaiihtioit of the llichii.e, HI I] -
Lard at
tty "
pr LW u. You then pioct-ed to i" ue a tirade ci f in>ult oft sir. that 1 int'l true, and it i. u bad IHUMtl.at roquiuto -.* \ thit 'I.4.U may se iti great Lvauty ; and if you tli.n't. Bonnets i c.TUST rpHAT valance Plantation in Jefferson County.for -t j'

fully redeemed ti'i*. year, uid iu the neit the Whigs Tirill hlth the tMlur.Jiis iif a public journal i ii t>u unuualncuuaj l lie put ou eurii stilts. Thut fvrgtj at tide was r.lsi I Iwiitteu I'll go and sc-u oil Mr. Matter C f V.ict. and I know he J. merly the resi-lence of the late Rev. Wesley Adams
received from New Yoik Fall of
routed Lorbe foot and Irb''flbt1W- our supply wirhin one mile of Bajley's Mill tlm 1 '
drae-nunr? old lyiux on
: he keiit ao lac'y soii.e: Itutuba 'ira nedfi.rl.tr vote .
aiiid 14) mii it with eiliohs ,
up as n"t f .uiiJcJn by Socthron, ut the! time iiud! j.laee naniel.t .- tJ Bonnet., I-iblx-n Ac., coiisistiuc
road fro Mi-nticell contaicin 1'
in the West vti.l -not exceed 200, if Fi a-jlJlu a .d :iijj, as my machine is the ark of -afrty": l-> tl.e Ex- n to Newpurt. 400 acre*, ,
juritj j jE fact Fuidoii me, sir, for pponkin: candidly.: f.>r I I was mulled nt Mad: (.u C. IL, <'ii 2bth August, and tcutive D'jval Commiitt-e, I kt\vs Lc'll jjitit patent-i L'tr'li-ti, Kmbroidered; and I'Liib Straw Bonneta, witb all the necessary improvements about 140 acre '

cnmhia do their duty. ,\ill t-untaiu inv* itlliutiiiii.. "Southron" YOU s y,1 i reached U'dlLLassoe; ou Tu b'ljy u'uLt, tl.c 2ytL, iu i i 4!'!, if hf ge to (JoOiire"*. I aiut i iiiorat.t of the fact FreneL Lace R-nnets, of the nine cleared with Corn, Cane. Potatoes Ho s.

Cabell's nmioritv in: Jacks in tvo _M-ar'e arro O wnb' '' *vn.i* lo hu\t woi I:4! : in-i-11 into aUnib'.epn-i* '4. due course of< mini, a'tL* iiih; \t>u r-ui-1 there Lad betu that Lts wv I'ri-sidHjt of theli.ardtf, 1'itenial In.- ; Queen's Braid Ik'nt.ets, Cattle, Mules and Farming Utensils with a good Sugar ,
( il'L- .iuffl.-d: Bonnet S
106 end in the whole West it was CM. :xii.l it would i determined ;.r.1Viii"0i! ; oo he's 'bl.gfd t.> iln it ; and from what j jtl.e ?, Mill, well arranged ttc, ftud sold for the purpose
ti.jifar| t't force himself on mail: there from tin* Eat t 4-in'4-; tl.e 42t'jti! Augu t" ( I'ed-d Fancy Edged BonneU, of GDakic a Divi-iou thelegatees. Said Plantation
(i r.xoeutivL'I'liiniitttK: i.f Duval I kn..w !Kwill among
j ,t the notice <'l the Stti uit1. If I I niUtake not <-ui limn, tl2d <,f St-pti-mb r uttil al f. w lour l e.f.tie t inFloihinn : : bat here's tie mac.iii! .-___lu-Jge say.fr yi urself it BiMtkstraw R.i.nets, ia sitnatfd in > ne r>f tn.. l l.a t oei hborliooda for t :

FOR THE FLORIPIAX AM JWUSXl.. i \\e poiiie Je.'iis ufto had uecai.i 'ii Jo take llunuasilt'1 went to ptt- II-nv do you ii-voneile this !Ii .e tV, !,'! be ee ct.I. when hit Duval iruuiio fud I'm B 'iinet Kibbotw, Florence and Marseillioe Silks, I health and good Society m the CoUQCy.ioid within ou. ; -

TIe Whig pUtfi-rm nclaid down by the Stale: C< r.- of hi I'-Tt, f.H.JiiijT that his \\ i it lay in I.i is Ii.I l rail) IT with the (tetiAl J luw ei.n you oiui-ent to iiud.t. i: going for l.iai.iacbjt.e arid all. Aitiflcial Beading Flowers.and Hnches.Strnw Trimming.CXI I mile of Springfield Church. Irt; :
; The pii:.ot'l* Li-Ii it woiks i i- this That Persons wishiiij- purchase will call! on Mr.Washington
veuti'nof MiM4chuettf anl sub-t-ui'i.dly en.L < dby t that) hif) LcjiJ, and thitis- lh<> n-uj'iii why v c luve ta"kin fu"h a biLtu! ; <; charge ag.iii--t the fair cbar.icttr of j I wh n the D ".bt-ai.li! Bji"n of the Ioobvsr.-. kie aiideJ: ., the ;J ; bilk, B-nmet Wire At. for salp by i Patterson, on
every whip Com rut ion held iu the Nortl 4 11-1 iiiitiw of li HI or.i ,*" and the coutiuued tll i. I your m-i l.lxir, wLt-u if you L.-.d sti-p'ic 1 a sLurt dwtitice [I Vkr.tumtadfthe \ id t t- tic Ileetumadvaloreni! I O.
era States einee the ailg: of the NtLia-ka 1'ill, l( tiC cf tJnSititinel hn caiid I iai ii (Ju..I.tIy t< a.-k : to tho IN it oiH-e, you cvuld Lave learned that' will eotiipt-s! the (.JenUfufijJ.iu, thirchv cxjianding | September SO, 1851. 39 fit Terms easv. Apply to cither of the subscribers.

foll.. the question) l"iffi nlvl.y tl m"t .! 1thore tli.4 .Jiai-1-li.m.! so as to eradicate ui.v iuttni.il DARICS"WILLIAMS.. < ,
<
onay I* Kutmiied up us ws- I \ \i fpo: ; to tiii-r Lad bet ii u mail! tLticfiom Madi-iou oiil'uebdav I prteauicof Sundries. "etntortSeptember -
insist li, as afjiJi'iaf juit.nplr tlrjoverntnent To this chuioe! pi'Te of stuff Southron fcei* thut IT'iiilauer i thrre full I the IJiociaai'utiw.; | "ABNER V7F1-H1NOTON. f :
1. TLry on it IBUlSfiout nuht. 'i\ity th : thnsaud the n.l Java Coffee. 9. 1.81. 33
1 tvmett mncLiue itielf. and would
that slavery shall be fjrever piohibitt-d 4( : rt'j-y! t3 i.y that I he never had tho honor ot, ,iii/tur.,; t" rtt up the) *L.<:tt u.tiole i 1 f Grab." ;| now-.t-uto M-C how perfectU each rnU reqnet RIO & Powdered and Clarified Sugar, & I-

Vtt\\it: ptiblic domain ; P'buhin! : Li- f.mt t<> your nirnM.re. )but% thou'.l you {I In c-inclti-ji' u, r-ir, ni.iy TM- not Lp'< that vLen the j functions! mi the pnncijuLiiK ; >!t'. The outride jiart toim perf..i i t/f t.e! Sperm and Star Candle ,, Fresh Groceries.

; The immediate nud uncouditioLal rerturitii..ii Lf'I-el inclined to iuvadc m ru.Itlv tho} t-ai. titvof hiun- !! mist .1 t lie buttle tieU \ii.l] Lt\c4. Cii ie.l away, and; I Ith : i i" ej Jiri'lciicaJ, arid Ihe} internal anti plei I- 31iicc!>n>ni. Choeolat New Orleans, per Win. R. Pettu.
of I K4ratie 1 LaUfri4:1 FROM
tLuul the lea.
1 <
rit
tW SJi-wtiti restriction ; et.tllzJiiig Ji> t<) s-t-ek it iiieai'up, lion cin/iLatut.l i < exciting c.ir c.d. At the hot t'.ni of il e I-.t. rnal Ctnity is a solid i i1'i.ite Superi'-r IIsou and Imporial Tea, Casts Sides.
19'I; niiijj ji.ur btron,. iclouLunl' i\tiy I.r-.l-ide fc'uidlilae I t., which i attaclK-d t, F.latk Tea. Florida Arrow Rout 15 do Shoulders.
l he Fhinge.tLe'l'bdarJle.wLi'h .
is. IK- ;
will I be } .
5. The admission, "U viil, iu liHkit.pr n\tr '; 1 Bronn Son Starch :
f O t is burrouaiknl by 2n i 1'cit -raU-d H--les. Ou a. ]), 5 do Sugar Cured Ham*. 'F
o Jf, niJ in a f rm PU4i: le the fj.U. hot in tii-t.til wi 1 iu the! a gsigav, be 1.11piitael '
Tei ir
of the Ciiimnou i ; eiva'i Fr'eh Currant.- Citron. t
ejt itory j'H"> >n ; aiJ\ ingnid the top i'i the I'mdardle is the Knuicod.c-l Ikarn, I do Plain Hams. : :
4. The repeal of the Fugitive f-'nve 'aw i.r Jc l! r. i to the iteM-ttion that y<>u had rt-fjic-J to take I \vitii a ju-t -r ijta. < f duiii'f ratiu virtue, truth wl.ii.L woil.h u.viodl. a- other b&u.?, oi.lv a li'tl n.iiie Butter Cracker-, Yeitot Powders, : 76 Bbls Sup. Flour.: I
MiJ itiul thut < t-Lnl! tLcii the f "
aA uti.i- f l.im ji\vi-r.( iitjin-inrnud bi-iL-nisLlr owing to the of the Bu-k and Drop Shot, t 4o d I.> Plant's Extra FI. -: -
a.id.npation ns vill gi\eJie fujitn u u li
    tr hit, because of this want .f v.it i: 1 lit, c 4111 tt rc.I. march: ti-jr.-tl.tr "Lob ni'li" ill I the aj.plk-atk.n principle Well t; ur.
    $ liuckets. -
    i in the hca-J that the 15.H-lR-i.jida of ti! ; D.H.bose.i.' are a kled to. the t 4 do Lard ; :
    Ab'-li'.ii'ti Jury ; I projx.se[ to make you cat th.* ? \MJidtir _-, : gli-al line wLlili r-Luil Lll c aid oJ tl .- \ filing; I lv.. YL .tumti.ik* of the VaUe*. As the liamcixiichlln Toilet Soaj- in bra, Yankee Soup. I j 10 Kegs Lara!,
    : the c.titro'.linj ; or :.1 ll-a -t I ti 1 IiiI.CIZ.eV. c-nry; tl.e coui.tij t>> iLe icieutmti.f ull uuuii.uu Painted and Cedar Tuba and Bucket i
    6. The isnrbel-ty. or blavcry, at pn j -e jirine lo you that they I am di-MVtiiLi. it li.iowb fjH-nthe Oetulij:!-*.-II, tVjlt Ii *. I 2 BWs.! Lard Oft .

    principle} t/f tie (Jovenitncnt.Soch i.rtLlsc.. and will pnne this ly th Si'LtiiieL So f r ;;' ol .Itd' t-rau-Jcur and jxiwir SULT11JOY.-! V"t i I i idl-iwt u eurri-ut of air to t i.ter into the rrr.Jdle flue of Ri-uzL and Ittady Tobacco: Rg T iK eV( ). !' 25 do Rectified Wh1skev. : .

    i the vi' tha x\Li : Noith.EucU .- frn; CliiriiJ'j: < u-f.isi.ir to -: I 1 thy Hid.-lit '>jntttireparep.tL ; the airi- tl.tu stvlid$ Col"tjn Lubin's Extracts. Oriental Drops, 20 do llesa Pork, ,
    : pjittforni pry cjfcak; : to iiie, <-r tia4 --
    n< : hy the r.ittvwvien.; and is f.irred sguiitbt, the Flat FitsL CdUCiea, jusl received by 4 Hhdf Prime Sugar.
    wLivL liux J -.tl i. >i- flint, 1 iind in the SeMinel; ; I Candidates KsriannailAiiiA L up ;
    UKHtLrir
    the iDSC'.ij'iti'ajs tby j V:4f ] 4-f tin1 bth tf Aniru : The at j JJottom Fly Dolt; which opens the vurpin.. au'I givei G.
    bnmier and f-uehnic the ci'liwn mj wl.id.j noaih u ful! oiumi! : tle <-ttd by tin's fame "OliffirJ" I \>.\. Sipt. ll'b, 1S31. i, i-rial vtN-ity I to tl.i- Actun.ravi.luui.! Now il the :20, 1SS4. S3 4tJ I I| 5 Boxes Star Caudles, t'

    they invite the S"UtL to vnge a war of ciUiu.iuutioti i itpinst to me. I II- t !ri-'i !.. i---. t the ActucirauluLi. I I 1 Eoi Sugar cured ReefTucgiies.ALSO ,

    , the prwenl .\dtr.iuiatiitU i : !thr, iiV -laii2l.t, u'id nfl -r < Xpr-sji.g a gi', ", :Mff14ilaj.: tvt11!$ i.nJ I lit i.t i. fcict here to davI ; why th'lln.ie:: ..iic.tl] D-uii! could not u-4-riid. Lr Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c. I ,
    i-utj pii. i uthnt ,, .! ti'-ir! ciaiTii-ttLo ot .L.4.a Cotint tLeyiriinipJ- the Gent ficulm -js tLvJincuun j i On tand & general assortment of fine family .
    pi i r1. pe >j.e exj-a; l'ST received a good assortment of Hate j jroce'lea. ;' : -
    The Bostun AtlaN with the plati'-uni: in i:* clurjuc.. a trap was I Uinj 4-t t I'T I i0 Seiitii el I bv which Caps ,, r'
    < I l.iWould
    ]'ir th-ir s i'Fr'' : g. s at tii-! eia .ing: : et-< zi'411, uni i wean w.'uViCupHiilv![' Li; d-f5tn.\e.l ; l.utlis iL Cfntra Boots"; Shoes, ic.. consisting of BERRY .t UOWLES. t 4i
    tid the LJUUCI nt i ith tuast Lvad r.illiv-i fLtc. to ; I t.** n.'tpii. id ILO 1L4. fi'ii iiiir-i-Ji) 4f n blrnder 1 lir.pj'V > ii'! ri>i"U that th- uu e of d- nu: ta'-v rv i i- tLc I'i.f. vLy: :& a natural: ei iiM-'t'-tn-etL, '- I'.ju."tt.al -. FaLioiable Moleskin Huts, September 9. 164. 8rJ

    the battle; and with tl.alirtuuus indignationbich wl.ich ri-u'.d bo tuni'-d,i i tn tl.ilictHfl! : .if tI.e I>cJii iCiat !Lt-: -t.tl. I'd! in>!:lii'g;| 1:i'zii thid.iv's t-I.t.iIIit,1 With 1 Ilv-ani: il a-c'-n.I|, auj Lit: agaL'int the 1I-J 'I Clotk; Caps.Ii -_

    erng cjjly to injured iut.O'-ence' detlaier tl..t :l.v i ic paity, } oti ..i. f ftii i 4'Ot't.f jour h--t 'tfiJ.v .i'il 4 iilattirr ot I'.ift.'* i.'r.' Uiixwe'd -hy .-ii iiai: upilit ei.i.j..t'!, and aall .t'-ntal prt-s.-ine t-1 the IIi'>- >y.? ao'l I Yt>uth's Cloth Cnpa. Fresh Garden Seeds.
    v ; < 'v. However! riiutli ( i %. linn. n n>av .. .- ,, cr. i.cutiik H rtlicttil 1 l-y the t-xpMtitoi, .f the JiV4MU Glazed;: Cajif.Planters .
    ? ; i not fctioii'il; jfiiiii a* S lip sa\ "bt.t if IK- \\lll rtite lt\- TUST received COOTOJ from Thorbnrn'i, New
    Ytr.ern! ll'A'ff Patty a
    \ j-n.p; s-iti ""tj> LrvaliJ a.l.iir J l by thptij'v If 1 loi-L, it i ir j. -tf.-cv;! <-M. ':!' t.t! I Hti .ir.jiciM'j give* aL.t.riil: fliti. n to tl.eHdr soft fur Hals. tl per
    Hear how he deal with las nftactmy! na'.Loni Jr..? i'lit the C't.rhe I until j ha\ tlorioL'...zle. whiJi lit t.ral I York, fresh Seeds of
    the ]1' of
    kes the
    ( t S\:itn!.t-. .h-.t'.hi.t iov. lii-y -i e a i.-w i. ut'er J.n-t lii ei 1 motiui m Fine calf Boots ud Shoe, Blood Beet '

    turjorariee: : Si-we < f tl.e -til.un j 11M t. L..Mf pui. uo. '% will ci'iiidr aii'l! \ua/ih .- it in a ff int of i J L'4 1i'.o.iIi9 j-, eviu1 ntl'! V in LI.-; ii.-tr"! : f.id bo* e'.en l Ilani-niM..irrjtiitiv I-JM n the I-.Mac.ittH. sn lii. t.t t'ire Ladies Kid Slippers, ties and Walking shoes, Long Early Turnip Bt, v Z t*.

    tie 5upudeiiee tu charge the \\LiH of tliwN'i HU i'l.I 'C4a4i r" y. w, ir, .!<. tL l "k I&I.4. ClhTi-jd: ]r* ni't'a' iiuiteL: f..r M.t\wvll. Tlint r. i... -! 1 fp h-,1i! j, ircal'4r jJ-iy? to the Cftitrij'i I".r-<> of th) Ma>ur Ladles; Latng Slippers, late Drum Head Cabbags
    tLPt 1 to ) wt 11 known now to hfj-r 1/ti ii.! !ri-c.t| ..l KU oiteti.e : and M.nor: B '.t"?>:ij'. !ii.-tit', tlieiebx tli-pelling tie Hyilnytn CLildirit Sho[ o, Ac, Lc. For sale! bv
    'l'fitci t ; tt. utkf late
    t-ciu ectif'Uil atn.I 'f cutt tV-iii-t'.vt'a fj; A ; Savoy Cabbage,
    < i ii
    I ; t ; uo tij MUI: I dt-votej to ott! Li/li V.'l i a&J -ru.utumrntriaticail I,. Oa.-s
    ( % erl :n this f.n.ier "tiW'g of igry.lr. ( 't.aTr.J -> G. A J. 1IEGLSXISS.
    *.}.htr Liotht-rs tf the South. Wet-'t.tn v.- inij utation 1. .fl p.rUtttu 1I !' f xwt a M.ixweil aJ.iieasid. tho c.u ii-:. -e llr-t; in a'pei that ars en-ale d \iv the Upj-cr, Cell of tie Fontun.to- Sept. 30th, 1854. 89 -It :iLettuce Long Salmon, assorted Raddbb.Americtui kind., ic.

    : of the soil." We tUnd upii 'Ue it \ pi ii- 1 IU 4 1T lt r'P 2l.u Lui': if1 l (cl, ot i.t.f ni !i'-iiV: 1. ng'.L. '' ii i.g firth Ijs C.-n- ru.i 'T the L'.iii.Uigo Cog \L.eI, w ls.- coirs! pl v into : Globe Turnip.

    f'nn if theCv>n-ilu.i 'uai,';. finM.I.. to UyJsitl; ; i, inttijh: : <;f l'MrL 1 U tl.i'i gi e'.-ntul Cart t r. rtfcr.g t.ih ac-: of i ihrhetI'ocgM tin aims of il.o llolew.-agu-.cl.i-e! : UiniVLeel..wlikL COTTON PLANTER'S I Tncoroved Rutabnea Turnip.Forsuleby .
    ; i- > __ rt'il Uii' J ii"p't$ i fa. l.r'.l iiat future for tS.e peiithe I' iiiten-.il D-.nr ..f t'lf I ti; r ciitt'a. an.! allows
    iu tk-'u (the S u'.hfir. Wl..:-) vLx-u iLiybow in.tjJ. A''aiiiuou v -ry ii< st U-*. (tie I lOih; Nmtef 1 1 liri !,i.
    thernMsivif wortly < t co..fjJ si"V vili* i J .*. :!(,'. !.'. ) CJ." d" rjfjtls ;\ .ill % cc, i.i tiu e */''IC We I a 1 Lca'd .t v.'l.i ip.-'i-I 1 .inioLg 4 >:uc of the pr iaili'iit i t., th.- Cij'.tieutauti.be, wl.ii-L coiiVeve the tar into Lb e (F _Newport_ September_ _5, 1654._ 86WM. II T

    Ct-ive them when tty) cijJue a >r't /1.p ; C.aaici.t:7 I JN-J j..itir i. tI'e' S .i r. ones tL. t Leu ol i Tu g'.t up; to i-j -..tktl.ey L'Uiit1.Xow. : TALLAIUSSEE, FLORIDA. I: Ji. tAWTOX-\VAIMVBIG3T BcoT-wc. K. TAT.t ? 4j. "-

    Mtliiga u{ fieri rca J tlie in4- ij-'AIMn I Le )L.iiut r, L.9t4H ti. ;-J ij tliC Ji-JV, 1811 1 t.) :eijd'r di i- ni'i-t a 1 tl.r% up their !l.a'i anl) cplit 'itu-ii ,; Mr E: lt.; >r, tins; MncUne r-ill i.iakf Tar out of I C, t La-JoatLfl T. EILLW.. LAWTO5,Ji.
    .- (4.jt U "- tia1i-' il.oel'iig Li'li. 'i'l.e Jl.iiC V. .-s wl.Nj-rred ii.'''I I Fat lj.'l.tno.Hl. b-if P.* my wl ig fiililof: tin- E. jt4iy 1COTTON PLJIVTEES and others of (his and the adjoining C
    Iiebu a
    Mid th so reud the cini'Ji'.ii'ns cvti e.u: nuro. j r..r ; thfit-f.-i e 4) -
    CIi.'Lrd"fpiuks out{ a li'tle o-r cnr by oe: who Ji 1 hit ki.ow t'.ii i ijunciion I to tijat IiIittted i i.i Ncar.-e, t.wu-g t/> the ailminitiaiiuii -*- Counties in f'luri-la and Georgia:

    Have you iefu* J to HI- .-t ina't. :1 pMU I- 1 1 i.ony ii.J ill\ liui.'or, $>
    *ont>f flnvcty from tL .- Cunnwn Teititory <.t the lCiou *- t I Jf,"l-141; ..! ,,f \f] n.ii. !izn; ). but ll.c j'r' < mi'c i< led t'i !Lc.tr Mich ohelf i/f wil :"tie t thtili! ] trt.e >- by tLc pt.wer of gfiiiis, FO impri'Ved iip-its tLi I.? our nifs.t grateful thar.ks} for tl.e very liberal,

    a catdiual iirinc'ple of G< % etimett! : ; ? iteu.ea.Ltr, ir.iu: tiiuttfdV vill j wait until, hi- A-f.m |L.j. .. :.t. 1 tin ; tint. l.-'-i.ng :*- it w. traL.1.: it'-.l br.ci; t.C Maeli I.Lif to n.ake n-y wL';: i'rieii Ii.. wL. f-el thejjnevaiicci'f pntrr'nie which has been bestowed upoc \i\ through ta 21anb ttan fador ,
    j ( ll.t djf' wl.tii I..: Wuji_:!htinijie -t the haul li.Jti "Ir- wanti u act of the democratic partv.
    ; .
    iu the
    that>ou can be i ect'u ed v Lie you cwt eoit v ncu inii Ufoio Ct..1 j.g.>in-t IIIji-; l.t'l.t 1 .erah-t: alut wh-i-u; Ledtii I f (..toppiithir using: t.t.4! U. .Tn.ln-r: Lr tl.er: own Cotton Storage, Wtuhing! a'i 1 SlliugB.iix.t-s iu tLis \o.: 13, Southern Wharf,
    e.aIt, \\'M i ]$ 'W'' to wl at l.c l Ii: to ftb'-ut ht-. ., fiei t tni iak. he w.nii ri- vitLiH.t i t : tiTrtly ii.d.-f't-ri !- ,
    aj it. A1 fir. i I Iii the Pi I' I parjv'-es i- fyr j j'r flae 'IU i refi'.se l to tiuitc in the cry f-r li e iir.r.uutiami w rit1t ii. t i: ifr tlii .> :pi oiJ'i.renfi.trd: h I I iv- i-t liir. tiiIt2''iii j"jil$ p -i.r f' rtl. a t'-r. t ii; : -"ill'u tiit of sdi .111 : >ti I.'rhtwiM'il: It .n-'ii c I'le?.iilentMid son at 0111 :j atati'i, and Lop. that our duty in tbo \ Acgrwt2 .1854. 34 So -

    uiwundi'ioLal tttlorathn: f ll.e ili.-M-ui uttnction j f.-at Jn; the t) fd! ] of jiolit"4. isr.. ;r. and r.'i4 eUi'j'i-nix tli-it wujld tn; fcc tinti! <-iiM-r! .<-v fiirlvv i LM iwiitic'jl.ir; ; trait!. Mi. Jl-iWtl! >' ; mv in.plol :.- ptrforn'Biict- *.4"t busiueva! heretofore Las Letnso -
    I at this -f.d rs- II,C.----I.t.t l.c i i II" "M'-li I thi'i.r. Wi.eti he ri-rf tli.-u- lull,! .- to 11'l ,..tl,. II tl.c I !L. I-f tiit.1iIk' i.u mSueia
    Remember!, you ci u )bs f >rgveu: otily \\ L .u I Ijou it-t4e i.f !i.-. r! -v }! '* t. jih.&red asto aire si'nr patr.nHe and Notice.
    < av< jt! it- f- n-e 1 v mdJ -trei:2'-v'J! ]jua i j...t..->ifromnMi.liv..L.a1..vi !.. ct ic I !ii, e, an i to put a Vuri.tr on t! ; rsit..i.i:, ran tLntwill '. .
    the future.
    41 come as returning prtitt-r.t*? | I 4. i.ly 'i'i; i a-i': : !. S i > c-1 il 1-. < !K-n'< :i's t<> .i it 1 I.I' ily ti rtt t1.t i f.'i t.1 iS. I ai.i i.t :t prtri.:.! t'i v. r.: kii i.it.-j iy on the Lutnbagu) iT.-g ( try ilespcettully.B.400ME i KZIR. r'HE nnde&gned, aduiirI3trator of the estnte of "
    cluiroed fur the of the Tmi tie* <"' WLr. 1 1. anJ to .* tl.e- l.i ll.l.ikFiue of l't. 4 I JL Mary A. Bezea-j tlece-jsed. Iatcf Leon Countr. :
    hate yi j jp'.t: :< : li'itu h; i vr.'ilhy f wu It fl.ull w.nt tin Pitno \-i.j-4- t\ iIi tLit-c di-Lfd Lurralu a'- j-.t air ur $ : .Z.-lt..nI1er SO. 1554. S9 .

    fit right \shen tli.y form a State4 usti'itu-n to 2 ('U. i J9 \tl>) g. I lit M.t avail <.uli.'ul.leil] by tl.e Ia Lie banking: uf ruiiiltv! walkingijittie : l IiJ.tiL-4-ttt'r.-| } !'. I tii, FO a* t t': true i $ 'l.- m.-ti-in to ; gives notice-to all P'TSOOS having demand nciiinst said t '4 *' .
    tIt'I JK ttill: til..|r t\ j : estate t<> them wi' hiu the time prescribed by #
    aiu'iuiiting tpr< l-.l.U! M.\t-n or ti hr iu n.ui- I i.- (.ir.iik.i1 D'"t: .Si.utile: D an, vvhfli'l jilareIwruohtal JEFFERSON FEMALE ACADEMY. present *! *
    cUe tl.e question rii f wLich i i? l lF law, or this notice will he plead iu bar of their reco'a* J*

    be received ca'.y whet; % ou "conie as n turning faita.u ,- thi1 li.-kof Siit.tlii-jiV biejJi.L'ftluiaiit of t.'it CNWdod i.ji.I \Vtdi,! fee "tie' n..n L' liihig < i. 19 jiu U f.ll.'w I lusted ....liJ! !l-y ptitiy tn the !Usi.iPUtuJ.: Ti.e couse- iii: Ex-Tci-f- "f tliH IiHtitiitron will be resumed cry ; and all ti.ie indebted are requested to make fT '-<
    JL b. the
    the 9th of Oi.-t'> ur.ier chtrge i
    r.
    Monday
    ? I F"tterMM: < f tLi iii"J Hj "Ci-'if-id." :.s if thnit.iiiig to Cirt it uji if ai.y t-i.e \\i.i.l>l join lt Ill.- 3 that tl.'J<.niti: <-aoi:< l.i. toncU eriMtcrl on pavmeut iaime-Iiatelr. THO. J. EREIN3.
    ,. R. W. FEIIGL'SOX. asM-ted
    "IMr.
    Ae'j.j. Piinc.pd. by Sentinel.
    Lini but ti"t toi/k t tin Lint. l ef t-i txpandtLt Ja'4i.luni, Lv wI.iii; ine.i.> ian ff [ ] Adminittrator. J.August26,184. .,
    ]Have rd ccscr.tid r.o'2i2CVaw cu tl.e JJ 1 Ai'j.-t I t.i. ii-i Uquiellv tiiik l -
    tin'repeal, or ; i ,ii'i I SMITH. The is i
    you rpp =jn-iL r. l.t vet tn c"ai Mr.: T. W. A. Musk4Departn: nt tin f 8w 84
    v.n l.i- "-( ut. V.'e J.re.-.un.i-tl.i- jix.t.l.: f w ( re lioi., .l.ipk>Ve.i. t I.r tir t iju-jlity l.l;.\ U- n : ijc tut of-Lmr it-thu'.l i I fSEYMOUR'S
    of the) Fuiritne lj\el iw { If so, u cii : J IM-. iii, ,"iiiV lik theJMi I tier th el.aref Professor GaoscHtL. With this
    < f .1 <. li.n'f-nlj-J'v I. i 1 1-e tl.ey wi t.M! L.A: '- 1 41 pi d I tl. .m i t.t. (til: it f-.% ts, i w ill-cut of f

    ocly b receive J when jou 41 tuine ae L11I941'JJf.4. rid.'calf ttliat 1 .t-t uti d< fcatcd]) to tuin 115; ]14_ '1 L.- (;." .-rll'-r tlnu l y.it. to lay; otf Lia wi'ik iu PALMETTO HOOTS.: J J2r with'.,rl'4{ the of tli-htM'.tlJalueii.tin'! i:5-'ied' aLi i.tell'!:talented eiice Teachers and niJr.hty, together of G1LYAXIC

    tiulv marloi ilonli'-eil.n; ; VOIKU; !l-flita will er.joy every facility for j ABDOMIU1UUPPORTERS.'V

    Have you vpp'fed icakln-; Abolition tl.e cmlri-Uing ely ;"iunci u'lwii !'. ti ili Kavegai:I i>iR" < .- ,-. \iz : hut Irf.hud fi.agl.t.id'! r battlei "iii il 1 : l"*' a'fc auth'rize! l all'! r q-cted toann<'u!ice a .i.T1Zii 1, *5i'>n>!!2u an J fir.ihd E.Juc.ition.Il .
    V..d ;
    Vi"i J-'e-i-tHi4-' than l.e had 'I
    I i principle: ; oftUF u.-ul: Gi as fonnt-rly. pay able bv the Jlld-
    to iu l-'li-thia. 'Ili I I.e
    t-tnifl vh..t 1IUXBUG !
    wy MOil tSei.ocra"y 'ii vIt.8trnment3
    jo4; are c.u'y .quri-d to 'cici n* ittintingynatmtr ii'iw (*iiJl'rd*" i:3;: 1 i.'u tto fpitk torneiit.d! l.c }Lad &l.-ia. Lway ba'-k in the dim 1at t :.?d dii! d to the "di.'t of llegiBiT Public Laud f>r thi S'.u'e '$1| die of the Se fChairtnan i.i.! THOMAS Corurniltifc il.of PALMER.Pebircation.M. -0--

    Oh, theM zicf% ptuitcnce "Cii4'aa |.nw lie ili-J n-fccin i frm iioticlns ei intnt .' !'; Ul.i'U-l at ietijt'ii, wl.icJj Could not bt dlstulteJ cl ul ihe elcciiim iu October next.Waukeii.ih 'jticello. September SO, 1854. 29 T IrESE are made npon tricty! Sos. -
    '" t \ .-le: 1 :i.to: Sn i-'.'ic I .f tie nt (ia\ 4t into at.v entitle Principles! and '
    EtnEN'.rc j-i-snirif" 1.1.d j'liLoucb yiAtra U.IH i is not ull, fii. Airai.a; ; the 21'ih of prcri = are Lijfhly approved by 1 4i.i.
    -- ---
    b $ Aujrurt. t l.n thai: I Lad; tn.-inan i.di.iwith tin- two t p&tti t .- COFFIN & PRIXGLE the Medial Profession in this country aud m Europe. ,,
    MVt.tUfy .UYi\K'iietii'oL | Cliff'; ]r etil! uJni-ii I I \i
    to -iik NflcE.-.Th: !l !'Iiik It M
    Yotm ol g fj or i.otk-c UK 4 r r.isu', 'iLi.'i: tl-e Ia' thirty \ ( ai-. Tu! takit. vp I.i.4 )jnritii : i.i. rI'a Valuable ia Dvsajeunorbcea. Eajrorgemect of the ?**''}: i *
    Florida. r
    CM f j n-viJu g the I CHARLESTON S. C. and all those disease in which there w a want of toertion *'
    to tLe! precetit Adn-'t 'l l <-r as Le i.vid ,pliltb..UliL9I.." the ( iraihi.ti"ii i and tone in the Abdf.minal aud Pelvic VLcera.
    i liit.'J iuiid hif
    ieuntn! cui'tc' has f u> : w< up lettein tii.d fallen in continual'-"!! of the STewjtort P'sn.: K 'ittI l to Waukenah. 1
    I i LONG SHORT STAjjnLPLE
    foarly thfcnnU-M of and -
    the 1 Hill: Dein.icrafy) S4'uth. Den.o >ia'-v North tnd Ueiiinv- I NY c..nTiments A supply of these valuable Instruments just received ,
    rigLuf U,
    .S ntl.. S.-t. tLe: ludvpendetit cluini an a sarjiiier-; waca'$pocxpi -wJ tliatSouti.ron huuM i i4Cy -ry-wheie, declaring that they were lotten to Tlre will be, a Darbccue gvc. ou that day.- COTTON. nn.l otlu-r Produce, will meet and for ala at tb.t Drug Store of % *' -

    to .rationality *i cr by t'ae' Atlas, and then r .m< in- j I have adduced hi* IvttM tn the editor of the St-ntiut-l t tl.i: core and Lad lepudiati-d eleM piineiplf of lie-I The ciii/en? gtin-rally! arc invited IJ: utlsnd."rsic. [ will. iLfir List aftc-ntlin.: Reference fan l be had of BARNARD 4 MAXWELL ? :**

    her that a .W/tfr tuit, i.M.-rib".!, UL-ICLNING w smT thi"Ujjh the crtJainnimf the Horidiun, ard thtj. with f>*ibioii'i'.t.ineais! ug- win h? left ft! .n. Jackeo-i. -- JAMEN.. LIPSCOJIB, Madison Coauty, or I?. E. Dcaa, August 23, 1854.; 84 7w I5* li k

    ': wo-jlJ gjtc t0 tl. l,..iLt.e.such air lie bail he < }pjiosj'! the tl'r.icka Dill Ijeoau-e fcomeboily -r 1 Q.imcv. Fia. -
    aa an 4"e steadily ujf>n Southion, anl]
    p 4m
    i-peakin ar.d uo.ticinj Lad threatened tu heiid-Viack, : Jougliee to Congrew. September, IS$4. 39 Notice. .

    fO'aioiiality. a* vr<.uld gla Lku tLe l.entts of tL(*c )him, "C'lin'.ird'' pioteedi-d to yath'-r up tl.e .. and if Mich a man as blark D.'Ugh.-s shod 1 Uwiit 1 iffr "\ T RS": 1IIL r Il0"A'N'wil1: resume instrucAT TOTICE is hereby given that npplicsf T-in ba S'-T-'
    Lobt
    % ? t ; gratification in found iu c-ftjrt* to deitrcy -!i Jii-jtilit uin.ilrf I, f n.olikhc-d btniv-fure, ami to there, Le ( ( iuv. ]11.) would iavi tike Lis peat in *' ''""* OH tiC i'lunu Furte ou Mvi.day, ihe 400 Boxes Macufactared Tobacco, en J.N made at -the ensuing session ot tL<- LegieLtture r5 '

    Southern ijjttrrfcts, and S.utUinrijhts.Lt iI I reconstruct& fo nP, which Ir had that 1$ i.ly ; that th- S..utL d\l not a-k it and did not "5 r vth (January m-st. ; Consignment. of Florida, for alterations and amendments lathe char- 1>'W-. '
    it be iu edit ; that tu! pa-i.aire <,f that Dill ];<, 'in 1'ii.Jt r tl *- Masouic: aid O Id Ftllow Hall. of the PensoeoLi and *
    tit mnl that the vlition t-n M. j the 1. Jiiori'v to avow had tint been ns-uiled. u.n. vaen.itiaiy f HPHE subscriber Las 4Ci) B.-xes Virginia UauufacJL ter Georgia Railroaji Company. < x JpassediolS52.
    to the Coii-UtutiuM uii-1 Ixid f..ith the North .t.nilT IfOJ. i'J lw t
    in to Se ?
    next wjl] have tjoiuruem-e on thU jues-ti--u. It vill then, we fitd cir, thit in ; lured Tobac-co of assorted qttal t'es put up with JAuust -
    t-iujjle issue that wLit
    every cf the J'jglass was alo1iti.iit an-j La I
    j.n 26 1854 Sin
    supiMited List Season' tot and better 84 ft'1C
    decide whether Fiori 'a i 18 Dcrcociatie State whether Sentinel inc tin- it older I U-eonie LADIES' EMPORIUM.NEW more care than adapted S
    a tain to
    i j ; ;; of uUirouV letlerp, with 1 in prc hidei.t, and that if heLac l to our elirntte. all of which will be sold right! to Merchants *. 4

    i-he sends a nu.n to Ciijrrefs who> xvi'ltite 6trct.glbrf I1 jK-ihaps .'i.e exception, li !1i'. filled a con:5d<.ruble ] Ix-en in Cuiigit-ts l.e would" have opjKi.st-d; itlittutLI and Traders ; also ou time to good i parties.DANL. Curled Hair Mattratsses. .i l 1\

    LnnJ of an Ad.tiiniktratiou, vhk-h lia* I rjaCe-IiflQ b.rn noticed spoken to, and his have "kk-ked it out, l/ut if fmally il hailjiupstd 1 -AI L ANT WNTFTP.t I LADD. TTJST received, on consignment slot of fine. cnrl >l 4'' 3tJ t
    teaiiizigs -. he would Lave tt because
    mpjH.iteJ
    fif.1Iy to out" the uf fjtutici-m. it routaimd Newport September 23, 16"4. 33 hair mattrnrse double or single-very thing fur-
    01r
    ri f\\aril { t ppofed but? with i oLille ckccxD.
    wLt.j > effect ih;*t iii ing per- n j-rin-iple whkh i.e could n-jt opp.iv' that : 'i hot weatLsr, which we will sell low to close.
    the k u \\\f\ + J-.tite, and p
    Ctogre.i, Wh(). U.uut vultin: ; ith the f-inalirn outl"1 blunder! ,) hi finally ci>in< out nfu-r ti-bt Of ilair hitii'eiity to tiie Koutli, for LL w.ul 1 Lave t V'J JIF. subsciibere arc now receiving ard opening one New Port July J 5.1334. 28
    r all SemiJL
    !.i. Female
    jioni.t.LI r lIE Annual Session of the Madison _
    > jarticular
    'rto kLuuldcr w iIi tL in, iu a -rul (ft94 to wt'keii I tiMid tit''itiiv j croiial tin.vLand t-tulliiivc iJ'ii- with !1.14! ICorlhern bretLt.-ti but said Lo J could af to sell tLrii at such prices as wll eoniini.id l After mu--h exnse, fatigue and tronble, we have GUNNY BAGS -
    O A A ,
    and jiutrute Uic patii .tic AtttiL1itILt4.u.. ". all bu and of course insure a'j I succeeded iu procuring the service of two accomplished aaitbleforpkkin CoU
    ptnMitt self by ia\irijj: Le Las refohed to Fjwak to, or i.oticehitn filial with HOIIIO of the Lard for tbv are nound ; 1 the approval en'-' WATEaMAX and U U ton. uj.s t. sco'.
    L.-t it not Im **i i, that the CltI9f1. fn tl.- i1t that the I Hunter Grajuatbn l l1iI! vii, a mi-kl.iv\ou- j .itiL and ready sale.'c and experienced ladie Misses .
    HI I is. 1Li- will tot anir.vfr \<>u. in the f.uv of, solicit elI\\ from the Ladies of WAMMACK. and a most excellent Pianist. Mr. J. B. Atigustl9.1854. S3
    !
    ::egwite *!tt .iut s im iufluensn tl.Ilemember iie, an.! eulot.I.ited to irjtne Floiid.i iiinst seiioulvfr \\ mi early Tallaj j -.
    that ur Rj n.ci.titit,6m quttitbiI -- all i your tiT..rts to reply, and as to lha alleged want the Cii-iUili'-t] <* would buy uji all the best lan.ln. i I Lnwe, of the County and turtouiidini; Ct'imtiei and I Ii EICKEE.T of Germiinv, who are n'rsr at their po ts.- BAGGING

    y t- .l.ct Ut.lu.l I of pu-iti >n and iunlification] Jhct is Iii' onsJjinf. sir. fnnii tl.e Mate miJ pMijl<>, yet he fcai-1 that thostliilulb i all buyers geiu-tally, that they piny be fi.lly feutlsSed! I II With tliie iidditionul force, and! the efficient aid of Mrs.MosCLZV Bale flr;
    -* be required u ) Mat, for''I Kiiuk safely promise entire sat- Rope Tw.Ue asd Salt.
    I Southron will hud nil li-eu culled n\vr and welf- TIOW cuinpaiatively .f the'chcapik s (>nd! greataiisty of our Stock we we can ,
    wbo ill P'" to \Vi. u t 'iou cit..r' to un'.iiUefrcndi 0 the NIV, and without incunin I to any i-xti lit t wi-rtlile, and that the graduated price \VP are fully fati fied that f-u beauty and vai hty.f i furti'>n to nil our patrons. It is useless and unpatriotic 4 LAGRE etockof the tbove arriclea will ha kepi I3

    01 i :l.e cncri.kscf: tlAdiuuiiptLitiun.. A man' thtt tIii.rg: <> uf <-joi! ni, r unreason*''!< hrlf*'" f.-m I. was to) Li'4-i. but tlie *4 wrf only nn\\e of the puinUuj style our tti-ek cutinut be bu<*puMud this! aide of the for Citizens of Floridu to end their dttightersto -Lon Laud throughon the whot Fall and \Viute

    v-Jjo will (-tiHigthtn l.f! lihudtiftLe lIt-f.lciit | you vriiu'-l, {jiin: tio'liin !f. coliij i'iI with him, 'H which he toueheil in Li* i'tCCli. Jlf then wtnt AllfgLany Mouutaim. I I other Scat** I' be educated, after the establishment i>f seasou. and sold as low by ns a* by any ether Huua

    <'I.i' ; nu-utully.) lii,,, iLI'y: or I5ut ,, \ Luck to the <1-n '.f \Viiiliit'gtoii{: und J< {Ter i-n an-1 T. II. CU CIHOW! ) d. LIIOS. |I II swim Sehot'l annulsticniby! one who was born raised \ iu the city. We inv; e buyers to' call and see M ba
    .tmlly. t i\e
    on* wh vill ln!.'; to destroy his influence. A w .ik. Ilav- South who is located '
    in Iii ing t49011.i, I vlt-j d clt upcn ii.jecU! that were of iutere-t mtinu-B long Set.ten.bcr SO, 1S54. SJI and educated in the ; permanently fore purchasing efe e' here. 'BE1P. RUf.
    xrho will eflLiate with thjit utble LuuJ jour j.r<.jKrf=iti..ii ai J Vni.l tl/it _J Stateand whose iatere inseparably linked
    fCiti8titutiou in the
    I
    t> they hud ev.-r bc.-ii j.at_icpt-ated il<'ieful leminisccnccs: of what )bad 1 I August 19. 18 j4. "
    iltHIliled ,co : 1 with U.. The Best Ever Offered with her future de tiny. It is also a duty that every _. t
    loving democrtts, who ktnod by us ou tl.<- adiuietiv that South,,,,, |.al, qe. M.ij'11-.e thin) > MiiueUitly jd.Jiti Bargain to himself and his ncighh.ir to lent! Nails. }
    cLuttcri tt Jloiijin cI I l&trn Uook under JJr. Jeifeiu, an.] Lv I InKft I 1 good t-liizen owes
    of Texas as a blare State-on the n.la.Ubiou i'f fc | ( U8 a IuwllulI1 IS LAND 1IV FLORFBA.T noble and efforts
    innjuLiciti.i i wrl, ..u.le 3 .. Jlr. Jefferson( itbott it and how after H wh If he tooL a helping hand to the praiseworthy K:>::GS oo Land, and for sale Wby
    ''inicI!
    our own beautiful Florida ae a flateSute,.-uu tin p them in this flglin UJM-U : t"t Uvate the standard of Female education iu Flondn. too
    thoir n-w foun, up old Hickory anl i Low Le Lai to leave him t o. q. n AVE Leretofurc offered my Plantation for i HEIR A RUST.

    *bMge of the fugitive slave law, and on the oigauiration :. each of them, an J chil! !! you to traniftthe articl I lifter )Lining inade Lin.ntll 1 hI that made the For the information JAMES ilOSELEY. A. M.
    of the Terrifriee of Xt-braiJia and Kansas, inilo diweet it Uf rejour readeis out to Lave been both a Ft'di ralist aud u Ileptiblic n, <>f tie public or tbose' vLo SLibli to purchase a Tur- MADISON Collins Axes.i
    stand and
    ready to ind u < in acquiring Cuba nt a fcl ..vw t tiyiiu Uiis rc p"ctrul I a Dernociat and a whig, and to have- boxed the political i TK-utine as well a$ a Farming Plantation, I herewith Sept -
    rtkg tta1 w')0 will affiliate with the whose ji>o- And as you intimate a complaint that i pri'wisitioi compass entirely Le concluded by Jaying tliul t L | give some of the items and a description of the prcra- FEW-Boxes for sale by

    iniertst tud f.-elirg" re antngonie-tic to them)i, I a-ldrrsewJ] :you through the FJoiidian he (Southron i]' i.nmep.ople could do somethings which othcis thuugl Li 1 ipes, with their preK-i.t year's produce, tc. 1 Lave Leon Circuit Court-InChancery% AAugc .t HEIR &,

    Uiose *bo4 4'p'ed j the acquit.it ion of Ttxnt-the adfcwJoo 1 brtuk June'wiili I h i row: itadjto -,- they tiled could Uf.t do.I I 880 acre of Laud, for -whk-h I will-give good titei.ins.1 J.Pickett and wife"nd 19-1854. 33Wanted
    a Albeit .
    cf jouou the same if sues, and I jlr. Maxwell then took the stand and was lietenn Li there are as much or mure that beLurgs tn (the .---- -
    tL Florida; the pnwage of the Fugitive Sluvi"w e will be more than Lappy to do solhrou l the columns, to for KU Lour willi the profoundest attenlioii. Iu I- Laud Company that I have Bies on. Fr >m all these John II. Gindrat. and wife, ,

    and organization of the TeuitvHtt ofbruska of the St .tiuel ; but should you continue deed every man present be n-d cpger to hear Liu preiujrcH I have gad nhall make this year, as near as Samuel FI. r Duval.* Administrator 5 DRY OR SALT flIDE ; also, Otte,

    Kansas, and wbo will oppose the ucquibitico be
    Cjbiexccpt as fri6 Territury. V.trrs of FJ ..iiJU.i your powers pleased to eroai would a-lmil of n<> reply iu an argument that coW 11 1 made, the folloTuig produce, viz : Joseph market price will be-paid by HEIR & JiUSTAutmat .

    dtwHl sooa be here. L-t j Bwords with any gallant kni; hlof your older wlwre, ]! not be uu'wercd and nobly did Le meet tLeir exp rct About 1 2,5hwortb() of Turpentine ; IT being made to appear by affi'lavU that Jn *pb I 19.1854. 13

    Decde for every man L U.t LIs i o',t, you may designate." This i ii the propotilion and tations. He met every argument of d-v. Brown nciinpletely ) Alwut 300 Buil-els of Corn ; Field. Sarah W. Powell. EVfon Field, Thomas I -5--- '. -

    yourselves by tUli, t of b.ltIi9ti.IIl, ; ,. ar.J. avoid with it tt I ibatmoie than once he was hcnrtilicheertd )- About I2r U'Dale Cotton ; Field, and Harris Field, defcndxjils in this cant, reside LazdbrSa1o. 1

    VOUH becomes free iueu. wboMe ulou* of thuiY. a compliance you perpetrated the gicat,. b-/ the crowd. Weuever have seen a Demo- I With any quart it y of Sweet Potatoes, and other bevond the limits of the Stale of Florida, to-wit: iatlk ; THE subscriber wUl sell aLa bargain! bfe w u _
    :ight& r cr blunder, fine-enough, tif fnyii.g that Southron State uf ,Mii sipi. it i U ordered that the said defendant tract of bad 780
    Li ii 1 1 crat so iinlv rEHllr popular m this region. In fact hi I- small mailers and things. eonlalokie acre*, on th*

    2.tLi. i\i'iikeJ bim4f! into a tetiihle pfu ion, Lad invitee 1 1 most every ronn is a Maxwell! flUfl). FO that the jutt- The above preni.es are offered for only the sum ol a do appear ant! answer, otherwie the said I [ Ocilla river and known as Sndv Jfofd ; two buodrH}

    : Nzw Yow' StptThe! 1; ycu to the litld of MMTS, pijtol ia Lund-thnt \ ou bac | lion It nettled us to who U to be elected. Fifteen Hr.nrtrefl Dollar (f 1.500.) Corn Fodder, complainants' bill hali be taken pra eonffttn againultheui. I ( acres of which ia hanwnoek, UM bsj j piut. of vhid) ---t-i
    ; IJII' rkl tfi d I ii-.i iif-ticK-fJ Gen. Milton xrat pret.t and we do not think I. Potato Meat. Stock Hog. Stock Cattle. Farming and that this order published onot a wet-k t one hundred acres are cleared, A ntw' Mora bom*

    ibhop u.own.b-. tk r.iwe ui.rIii:. Ti lha <me newspaper printed iu the Middle Circuit of I is on the plao* where a post ofljc* a kept, and ie

    liJee Ta take to.T.Itty CLrtj wLere fut-r1j ': qu! fl.jf.rif-1i! : with i.c! foll'tim-j Jri Ltfatrlovnoition! er think he would hare liked to have a.ked the GOT. fair prices. BEST JAMUT JJl'IiD. Florida for tht Bpce of four montbe.At I splendid stand for a publie boosetnd ijoro. ..ponotuwuhiaj ____

    wtre perfotaed hi tie rot wksn I- t j fitti! Manin} i bj' lo
    1-i&ziCi rind SjutLi' La for i hoard outLui? more from the itan that iuvjttdhic ol Beptember80.1854. 89 WATLES BAKER. JUIIIe.. SAM.WJttIAMS.
    ::.. j U' hft letter wiy) leep-'Ct Lis own piional snfelj' I I to the Powwow what didn't txupe ;; ,* Georgia \TatcLman copy 4 times, ajd vend bill I l. A trn copy. Atteot :-UCGH ABCHM., Cl'k C Sandr Ford, Joffirjon Cogaty, ,
    iai offA
    A. ciit !lilljo todoith u and t-ufi m VOTER. toLjQe. 1: Jail. :9 1S& 10
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    : iE :EIaTALLAILASEE ATTENTION LADIES. Sprint and Suimer

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    I AZOR'S' TURKISH BALM.mrv FLORIDA, i 4ESSRS P.ETTOX A WHITAKER ask leave fo c c

    .LVI call your attention to the elegant assortment of JL tliiiig.:

    :/2 Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Goods, rfc'tivtdper Wtuiaaa? and adapted to your NOW receding
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    assortaJS *
    i : DRUGS AND MEDICINES.rERvtMEnY solo use. a fine of 1HEADYMADE

    + 4! &tt a. o CLOTniiG
    Pycptuffr, Surgical Instruments. Edgings and Insertings. suitable for Spring ami Summer '
    Snow in the lnr cst tizcd P-ottlos, and 'irI Paints wear, comlyr
    I put 1 Window Olase.
    up Snuff. ,
    [ Spices. & Maltese part tbe following articles: f ja
    I be tb. best Sarsnpnrillam as Ed'ngs Ina'ngs. Edging,
    acknowleded to Oils, Vanishes Putty Manufactured Tobacco, SWISS % alencine Brown and White Navy Drill Frock
    I certified by the wonderful cures it ha* performed. iml Old- Ware, Patent Medicine Real! I' Fancy and White Linen Drill do 6 8 g r lie original wpif of which nre in the possession of Tooth Pure Wines and Brandies Smyrna"
    Fine Fine and
    Soap Flonn Clouded White Frock and S ck Cos.,0Striped !
    ings.
    S Smyrna
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    -- lie propiietor. Remember, this is the only true and uid Hair Brushes, for Medicinal purposes, Blond ny 'aWhite and Plain Gingham Sack Co

    THE GREAT TURKISH rigmal: nrticlo.Scrofula. Paint 15ru'lies, Fancy Articles, Bl'k and Cord Drap TEta Sash k .nd SocV

    Svphil'w; Mercurial Compli i-its, Cancer. ( arden S< ed*, Fine havana Sogar do do Summer Cloth do c0 0X
    I L KJ3MEDY FOR BALDNESS, (Jun rene. ]Uhcum itfom. and a vast vari.-ty of other He 1ms recently received pprhri AMI Sawyer arid Goods. White and Col'd Drill Pants A

    3 And for Lmgoratiflg and B autifying th. Hair d i9ene. are cpceJiiy and perfectly cured by the we Mont.i ulc, a Lat and Freh tnpply of every variety TACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslins Fancy Marseilles Pants,

    \ S a Toilet Article, for beautify and keeping the this: ; medicine.Ilciul nf articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and 4_, Check Book Fancy Cassimere do for Summer *..

    5I i. hair soft, glossy! and in a healthy condition it is the follou-iiiB: Ccriificntr.TALLAPOOSA Physicians will always find at this establishment a full Striped Nainsook 13k brap d'Ets do do J> '

    !t' equjiHed. Its positive qualities are n* fiilh'ws-: Co, Ala, Jan. 2, 1652. supply u f every thing needed, and on the tno&t liberal Fig'd Col'd Curtain Fancy and White Marseilles Vests,
    sticnirtheus Dear Sir I send tin to to that terms. Linen Bishop'g Lawn. Light Spring Silk Vests.
    i It frees the head from dandruff the :- you certify you DR. JOHN CULL.
    F UiimparU health and vigor"to the circulation nna our extract of Yvllow Dock and Sar npariiLi hap Orders from the Country promptly filled nnd satijfartion -ALSO....

    'J p1 ?vents the kair changing color or gottiu: grW.- ] leifiirmcd one of the most wonderful cuu-s on me S O M K T H I N f> guaranteed, with regard both to priors and Mourning Goods. A general assorment of Shirts, Collars,Glo,.. r

    4 1 It causes the hur U> curl beautifully whon done t hat has ever been aflfii-tod on man.I NEW AND VALUABLE. ijuality. Physicians' prescriptions carefully com all wool de Laines, Black Satin, vats Hosiery, Drawers, Undershirts and TSJIO .

    in it t ovor ni ht. This balm i* made from be orig have Wen nlHicted f r fi'itv years with eruptions pounded. BUK BomJm/inc-s Hair Crape, er articles U-o numerous to mention. *

    L al receipt procured from tlws original TuibJi llakinUysician c ii my log* and foil; In 1 I 18 the) cot' so I bad that I Iiad rrlens Thf mn, ti.rcii.t powerful in tint King Ainirirmi on the liopablic.fare of the Th ccbe! pow now rcf AlEPPINT.'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT Figd Silk, French A full assortment of Cloths. CaMimWM; v

    > ) of Constantinople, where it is univonallycd. 1: to 50 on crutches, rind in 1 < I 1U I had one lo am the crown* I ln-a-N of Europe sink in'o 1iigniasw, OF BUCIIU. Watered do English which the subscriber is prepared to roanurw7irEIorder >

    Tbe- links have always lnrn celfbniti-d for i mint e.I above tli1 knee., In al 1i icir Wtfiidctful kill in the richest) ollur b-g brckc out in large rat injf and iiroxiiin| ) power style, and best possible If"
    uiHling
    c uipi> per I runniiigTCS Ini'rrtj.p the mhiof the rirh iuid IrrJlr, kn.I to ipt1tie Glass Oils White Load &c. manner. All m want
    i.nes and nil otW U'ih't wticlc In Turkey the mot from mv" ]knee to my font, nndiltahnrgedagiriitlo.il to gll.fttrr niWrj 11,1-i I d.paitahn.lit? poor ,InI ii.jwi. Handkerchiefs.T Clothing calL "JoulC
    c % J/ic hcrlt, d'f. of w'nicli this balm is compi t-d. nrcImoxt of offciiMve! matter. My groin al.-o broko out in drnt. Our Aun-rioun: Kin,; <>< f>r h with j'lal wllnnirHP 1 Ci\ BOX ES Window OI Iae assorted size-, Orders from the country promntt
    lorJlv ninni-ioi, ant huml! rnbm. alik,
    lh : rra ly
    and used for the hair.a I bilc which to JLJJ 100 White Lead extra A No. ADIES Emb'dH'dlfs. Ladiw Hem St'd II'thld's..LA .
    uuircis-lly; known urge dischargi-d much fence fine of bultfiitss or thin head of heir Ix en.irety nt the same tiir.c! my left hand broke out iu large the lofty an 1 lonly, tha rich ami lli4 \t.D 3; barrels Llu-ee.1 Oil, C'bric Tape Bordered March 18, 18M. 11

    .' unknown in llmt eountiy. We wi>}h but tmf mining 501 es, iwaily to my cllniw. u. JOHN iUrI1'SIIE A M Liinl Oil,
    : 'rial la be .MaJ" of it ; that will do mom t> convince The misery that I have sufii-iod f
    I ..ou of it* virtue than nil the IvertisemcntM that can >ai8 I cannot depcrilvto you. I was in such aguiiy MllIC UIII 20() j packages Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and i bbls.) : Collars, Embroidered Sleeves, BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION

    ,t ', J pub.isbed. and that all may bo able to te
    ;. Mn's, it is put up in Lry Koftlt nt the low price of October last t my son brought me one ofynur >"tho the,TLSTII. v.r ..a.r..t I'Et.or.(filn-te.rm UCRLR hvnimilrv, an.1: ro tict tlioiutltriu grv.totbeii 2 Train Oil. 1 ,bl. Copal Varnub, llonitwi Setts of Sleeves & Collars. of the Estates of Graham Havw and idminl

    ;: .*>'0 cents per little. Kcmcinber the cnrie has the wrappers; I n-ad it. ami found record of some won- ; nnl.i.'n*, thr |) ,
    & .jnature of Couittock i Bruthcr ou the splendid lei ful cure pet formod I I.iv jour extract of Vellow You hm only to u c tl.i maii'-al r-s..I lr. All! !ortineiit of CoW, Brushy,and other PuintiTH Silks et cetera.
    d tliiM> !h-) Mill cuir-T. an I *iU notn)>t the proiT.ieI1j&IIII. vg.
    Iock[ and Sai- ilia." I riit rind two lx4tl# materials. 1:,. II. ..uiis.1)oe.'mber : .
    rapper. sapai got J.rr not th" fi'y of thvir flIEiic.! Satins William X. Havis, administrator of John HIT
    .f it and commenced it. In weeks to tlA bri.-/ in I Inrr\ 2 1. 18S.1. 51 LACE Silk< White J
    FOIl THE MAIlUinn.-"r-s in rnrim-i. AND taking tv.-o nn Thu wunJorful iEIe-IILI. duncij; per G ceosed. and against Nancy Lee, and William InT
    e-.rrj.-1 the hearts of Marcpllino Silks Black
    It introlnrtioii, lia.4 1iaI..i1E.! .0 ,
    toni hmcnU nil ]became and I *
    : )4rLT1PLL'-T a command that should -lioerfullv treat a ii'V aori's cav tIIOU"JIIEi4. and ftIN I" I III'l* % <-li iru> lo in-iny who lTfio. Wines Syrups &c. Florence IjfMef, is. and Mary, his wife, and Jesse Hatii,
    S; obeyed by th* children' of mon. DH. l..tIZETI'1'S -ouKl sleep all night x thin! ? I had not dune"for two fore rf gnr.lrilnful .oI I n.i-, ;it.V! ni ionre Crape aas'd Col's.Bl'k ants.
    .. .T1) CORDIAL, or Procieativc Elixir, pre.crilwdn !I.eai.Vhn I had taken MX l b..ttles, my sores had Tn the hiil4 with nil I I IJuinieiiti, Kiiilin.is il I..nu. l' mKillvrs OLD Ofard Brandy, Fre. h Dates, lIft Fig'd Tarlotons T appearing to the Court
    Milt I'am Iiriut.'r: -<, nn.l l 1.-i million of rNJtonjnM Wat'd White Silk Illusion, I affidavitttjj
    Port Claret
    eiT tual rativo in debility wuly nil honied. My sores got well as if by enh.intment. William
    n rect<* oases iiip. ; prorl:nia the mm'f the gr--ar Aiuti"an Brocade Bl'k ant, N. Havis. resides beyond tk
    ttucy. or birromu'hs. aud all irregularities of uaiurc. ; I have now n-ed in all eight lx>ttes! ofiour King of 1'jin,"' a preparation co-i.pus..L .nI.'ti| | i.f vgra- M.id: IM., Old Port Juice, White Wat'd Blonde Nett. of tin State but within the United SutM, aiA* 't
    ", Kxtrnct: of YclW l-ck and Sar arilla and blwi at,.! roo'4. 'luiluitxl b; Amrrlc.k own rich &IILJOElflI.'OVIa Sherry, Sparkling Cider,
    is'all
    It tb.it it pivfocsos to be, viz : Nature's great aj> defendants William Lewis, and Mary, bis wif lod

    ., jet'iratirnud remedy for tt' 3 iu the married f tati [ now consider mnvsrlf well.I %1',, ouM' 'il.a-k the T.*tiir who are idiriiyc i.m'PntI London Porter, Scotch: Alt'. Ribbons & Jrsae hails.i res kfe in the State of Florida, but not i
    ,4a without oJpriug. It i' a ecrtniii cure for s-eniin.il Csin ctihieat all uf the afflk-tod] to try U.M medicine.fir ndg..s of wh.it w ftn I !it; t j in not araluah.e t-iinilj uifcion Brandy lVarht", Brandy Cherries, Trimmings. the Middle Circuit :
    *v I Ix-lievc it will to Jo tin a lwial (1r l>y gllI.< Om Kti:< "f !I'iii> Raspberry Syrup, Sardincw. ,t Saab Rib'ns. Black Silk Fringes
    gfiwral dfbiltygleetwe! >akin> >s of thc genital t enre any known disease in the an4 if pa'I.fiet..ry. rTt thnr iulluruf! BONNET It i* ordered That the defendant William X.EiTi

    _4... 4. : .inran*, net vouj atfvcti, leucorrbova) or wlkite Aan v nM. I Lny aside all prejndicc and just tiy it, and a in !in iIILP behalf trial, ,iwoninirii-l I*. fH-iilc| wolL *nI| ffi.-n 'f it, Strawberry Frei-h Fainter, i- Satin Zephyr Worsted, do appear and answer the bill filed on or before t&.

    4._*''d ,. iuvig. U'-d by td,ir afiiictc.t ni-i, lifx'r- 1 h"Lu Lemon Shad. VIvft, Cap
    rctncJy fur incipient ci.uutup!i.fl. iudigi-btion, trent flu'm to tnke it, for it t will cure them. ur fii'-ul-i aJI! M*to charitable ue DIM,! an really 'ti'irullfriiitf Oilier Salmon, Silk Braid ofi.rt -d, White & ColM Bobbin, Lewis and Mary Lewis, his wife and Jesse Harisio|

    : I >* of rau enKr energy. pliy .ical latitude: foinaleTeakmws JTy casi is well known in a laige jx>ition of Scu'hrai they i.l tut Joiui{ an ect hf bcnevc.lsnr,, ih-it tlw-y ctuwril Pine Apple Clann.Oauva \Vbit-e Silk Fringes. Snake Ccrd t Tapes. also appear and answer the said bill on or before tb

    ; ,, iv.-Vility, l-c. It is warr.mted to ploas the ( <.lun, (Georgia n-id Alabama, aid if ztimv should be (irrn.l cf .TliN! ii a p.ik.ruI an.l tOE!! flE4iIL! Ji ly! Preserved Quince, first Monday in October next ; oihcrwire the com

    W4 oner i-i! any t>f tbe above coniplwiuU, aud i is of priceless (Jflubt the al>ovo ci.re, I iu\i it4. theni to call on me, r 4c.nn-ly, and fr for all many fX'in'rn<.rnil I tU.-i afllic'ioni.'M. orsl i'. dwelling U a rm tin, burn runy -,, Current d!',. '* Peaches, Gloves &. Mitts. plainant's bill; shall be taken pro oonfesso against tbrm

    RMOT > ra'.ua't* thoxe without olHspiiug.GVTIOV nnd I will show liio'ii the soars. I can be fnm
    i .. ;,*->. ITnA.-Fiul tli namo of Con>tock & County" A'abnm.1 ono mile fio-n Stiies the Kmt injuri'.iis <-Ti-vu! j ia the most dclica'a ca-J or Flavoring Extracts: Sjwva, ,IrI.t'M tgj: Silk tion ol this order be made in one of the ] ,,

    -: q Brother the and nert r lint it unless Ferry. REXAJATI IltTGIIES.The I the w'akr't itn'ioii. Yeast Powder, Pickle" Ltti once a week for four months
    on wrapprr you It 1 it .rir..iy! fl.-I..4 to f.llow th ot! an I wori-ont : Beaver papers preceding iu4
    ni I 11)3!) abivtf *iute; as it ha
    IP'Ss&i ; : <-1 of lute. Avoid the counterfeit M you wouldpi' to females of delifite l.c.-iltli: resulting from of wi.n ler jH.Tfonae-1 by tuTu ui'-linne I: fw'iibai Olives, Caper*, Buck Oar.ntMts, Ordered at Chambers, August Isf. A. D. 1SJ4AT
    > irregulaiitv tif menMru.'il: diw-hnrge and ('th. r di<- twonft-flVM ccn'* to try it out Or. llu.l i-ts'i'S his Wi>rc" ail aul I'
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    J"i1. Bl'k Silk Mitts
    : well 'iimi1 icp'I'Jinon on ttv Kiugof 1'uu i ,
    :. > IEOROFS noynrRAS SAUSAPARILLA I cnr* pi'Ctili.-ir: tn th-'ir se.;;. Tlio propiit-tiT bas in BUT" than li lii* p.Msoseion a gri.it iinuilH-r of c.rtiIi.st'. of cureswrf.vrst'I \\'n wou.1 ,i-.k. hate jou I1&e HhumalS! or Ooiu: 2 M i i.'S.; 51
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    ..ACT For the of those diseases Oetrah.er 2' II3. 41
    c-ire mixing then ar* not 1.a.a.ailt! companion*, itu-i! e knew tue
    i'4 of the' aU>v d-ciipti i u'n.Ve a MiiP t th) Bank of Charleston.AGENCY .
    Vioan impure slate of the blond, s-ich as Sriofula, ; you would IIM; tu drive tliciu a ay aa soon as j> ible, Just Received, per 12. Remington,
    ; 4-,I-p : skin di the airlifted that a bMtlc] or two of Pr. Guypntt's Ext i act &hn u. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. at New Port. Florida.
    f.u-o.
    rtiib ea es, on
    4 qr1 st p. vi u.era. pimples rf Yollow Dock and arsaimihla will nt regulate '' A FRESH si-.pplvi-.f DIIUOS and MEDICINES,
    1'.fl.3tk and Cdinjil.uuts & .. .{ ] once UCr.L'5 KING OF PAIN undersigned. Agent of the above Company. McNAUGflT 4 ORMOXB.
    liTiguUrities g a -
    t ti: '" jiiilinrisoralorftli tiflun, it iitinrijinal-d.yential tlii'se dltTicnltio*, amid ronc-w th< natural: ] tiicrciea.t TTouIl yi'l l e cure-l almost ininin lia'ely of Rowe! 1_ Puiiits, Oil-*,*Dye-StuT-! THE receive applications f.r and make insurance Newport.Januarv 14. 1S54. j
    I ; ] ::jPut up iinjuuit but ties-Pii'-o fl pi r bottle. Complaint, l>>*>iii Ty. Summer C'onipiainc, I.n>l'-r* Mortal -ALSO-
    Ti. "i.'Jictn- not off'r"l as a cure for all diM-a- lost by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings
    ach against
    o'her
    SCOVIL.tMKAD.Ill *, 'rMnp Ct>lj<-. lla 1 ACIIW. T'X'tli.! or any FASHIONABLE SPRING &. SUMMER
    Of < liiiiiiioFar
    500
    ? s, but t :Ti'ly f-ir the arising (runs iirpuro blood. ot pain, tlie rtmeJy U simple an.! thEm cure ctruiu.CSK Ounces Sulphate | Furniture, Merchandize, tc.
    ., 1 ChartresS'irtt.( N. 0., Urand.: D. H. AMES. LEWIS. CLOTHS AND
    It is coi. *i-1 of ITRE no\nt n.is gumrjuuLLA, comblii'J : THE (iUKAT KINO! OK 1'AIN January 29, 1 1P53. 4 B. C. CASSIMBRES.

    .- ?i..::; ;.:} with <.it'-T purely) vegetable siiF.st.iuct} f ackuotileiLjedolrieacy.unil Urnrral L-rdrrp iru.-t Agent be*nddro f>r the.- "Southern'. States, to \\boui nil WouU you Inre your Sor<> Swelling, Cut.*, Run, April 22, JSM. 1 <5FilESH I A 31 now receiving an extensive tttottant 9
    -I-. is maimfjicfured vith ilicqrfJtrf' ( ScJJ lifuihvd, cr buY other *i>uudU iicaiea.. % W repeat -4.- -- Extensive Assortment of Cloths Cassimcres. Vestings. Drip d'EU, V.bite
    sIll i bI I). M. Ain- P..irnirl I .t MiwdlV.'i
    c-ire. ev&-rv p.un.l of the iS.tit-ajxm'la; IxripgeubjcctcJ co V. use the GARDEN SEEDS, AND SUMMER GOODS. Brown and Fancj Linens, White and Figured liarseillcs. -
    it Co. 1'a1.la1jarV! lgi--s t Son. Chattilioi SPRING
    : M.van-.vi.' : t-: ; orriv.T
    all of whieh I
    c'l am to make thr-ri
    t to the ricte.t mical te.-.ls, and it6 ilS.T'TA prepared op on
    genrion l
    $ 4. <:a (i.'o. F. Bil'zoll. Mrjiaiiiia! : Jordrn, A Dividsou ]- ., ?-\.l\ Join*. ?fvriThro GKOV.'Tir: OK .
    ; ; aM j-oa I* c"rl of ?c l I't I Il'-a-l. notice, in the most fashionable and
    ., Lr.' ::-, i i: ; ?! uceit.iiti! : 1 bvfrfboni used ; an.1 I it c.ii1< .i 1tei -, iJ'ii'M-v : A. II. WilwMi, .Vovj rt; &UIIUL! Pu *:. Vuriltfia. -i.r-- IIr..a-' t. ...aH. .' 'rT -f itm:< r-ia: Flat 'I'urnipCaiabage.Ttent. A<-., IJEIR d:; RI' T would reopcetfully call the ble terms. A L 3 0 stjl s on reuooa
    tiuich Puro Honduras -
    ti'nc< a* Sjr-upiirilla as .' la"" (IoEI.p..1
    : THti i
    .J ; any li-t Minticia! Wi.rmt! KaeiiM. l rwviv-l. D. h.AMES.Ieccii.r [ _L1 attention Eat their customers and friemk to the exteu -
    other ever tifftrfdfvi faf>'. u. lliiili. an.l ml! other .. r' br Jrv i-r ruoniu{, w* A T.AKKE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK 0?
    July 8. 1 ISI.t 27 -Imoow [ JoLu liu.i f ; ? t. l 'n. 51R ivc and tasteful a*ortniit: t f Spring and Summer!
    Ir.
    54 a ua itji b1Ili, icttt KtVL i n
    We hiivcoa I avored. in Ot linnlurns 1 ] S.in-a- y R ADY-MACE CLOTHING
    (;o'.4.! \\Lk-u they are now t/penicg. Confuting in ,
    7>anll.i. to give to the public a JeJioiii which can belependeI "srv13AKEJR, KK.'OOVJMIX.1VTouM Leon County Iron \Vorks.TAT.T part ofJcriU Consisting in part of Cnshmarette Frock, and Sack

    c ujviu to (1.1 for tlu-m (in the oU i>sof dine.vctt ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ernptir.jmi. -r l>c rore.lf.LL.--! .'f*.f Kit l!.z'r' --"i1''tl: 1\<..tl"Cfntff I bj, 7r.mnr Lnpiirebi'xxl >AHASSKK. FLOKIDA. ( Black & Colored Alpacca Sack b. Frock Coats, Coats, Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats. TTTWJ
    which ilia adapted) all that Mc-d .:(; can lu and any .. ... d'Ete Frock Sack and
    ;
    > d Lustre" Sacks Business
    l.j'i' I : Drap Coati
    mernmijr
    Ig.+ : MOXTICEI.LO.) JElTEiWOX COUM'Y FLA.Mm then) u'o l hr .i.h-i >.Ir.ti.trE.I tibli.iitinnt: is now in full operation. All ,
    4.. -.J onfident thut we Laiodouti b.>. M l kiire it'< th. kn-l the Kl f rfri\ ejr 'rniiv.! n..tiii.>; cu t5 uurceruiu THIS "Cashmerette Alpacca Sack and Business Coats, White. Brown and
    will }1.t* att -ii'l"d to \vil and
    '. ,'.-,; ; .7OlC(1Vfl'1Oli r.-t .oftitejit.jie t' thc.i! ...rvzc -Hi IS, IS.1. II Ihaa a spcc.ly an i tll ,4 4 rtrnct t at LWn
    DR. Merino Fancy Pants
    : IHUV.) (V. Vt'iIITAKi:.! kind of nrk.. 5"h al '-'cam W rk. Mill Work, ,
    the >tftrllft h'jclrartx of a WHih: lmx f.iinmtnSim OFFICE, White and Marseilles Vest
    .. ? : w u' IT.INCli'AI. (Iii: finri! Sugar Mill. Cir<*uar! SawM.i.laivEerv, PaletoU, Fancy Fincy and Pkia
    .r, ... 4 in i rill iv>w pnld. Tb a bo not deceived. Rertlo'r.njRCE'S RESIDENT PHYSICIAN Fina Caosw SIKIIT, 0>s Dvoa fcttow MtX, SJi.ifthij, I l\ilIi-\H, I Hansers, I Plough CastingBraL* Drnp D'Ete Silk Vests,Shirt Collars, Cravats.Undershirt*.Drawer -
    (.. ( IIND'rAArAl'AuILLA( LOU'VILLE, KL Glove Ac JOHN
    ) TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Clouded Marseilles Hosiery, PRATOMLS.a .
    (\ al<>. fc'nirAr Kettle tf aiisizo,
    istitigAC. ; kept
    .
    ,, ,. : and yrt'i will be rcwaiiloil by n julck and easy cue.: OFFERS] his pri'fi-i-si'iii.il MTV iff* to tl,4 ?ilins < f SALE BY DP.UOO ISTPTM KUCII VXT3 TIKWCUM- o'i-tinUv < M hand. All w.">ik done in Fyh an c tub- Wnllaee Cloth Fr 'ck Coals, April 8.1=54. 14
    TO THE i4.DIES.-Vnti vb > wish a lcant'f ,l 1011 "
    < ..
    s and \i-inity. ifilpt fnM t d. T Eaof 'I CLaml.ra Sack
    fcTATE.*. .I'hnitiit will 1-e I bv with particular
    OUT TJIK UNITED inc us a regard SkV-LIGHT DAtGI'ERREIN GALLERY
    ;a.:!. tear fkm, fico Ironi all jiiuijiW blotclio arid impu.e. P'>st Ofllcc buUiag, immediately adj< iuing IrJa t to tlt' .4 i t 114t1. atidd I -iratilii: a.f the % <>rk.L'"iij Kremlin! S. I' ,
    litie*. we cay. a.b'iud. the use of pantai 1 mixture* : D. II. AMT.S \go.t, Tah1ahsaee. ** Fancy Oii ffTinTii. ** ** ** OVF.K BARXAKD'B DECO STORE. g
    -t< Lt Wi'ikmeu :always ?in rcaJicess to pat
    t : -aul ue the pcuuiue Oeorjrc's Hondura.* Sar-ap'itilla >iuarv I It. L'5l.' 2 !v April :!':l. I E5 1. 17 f.n Er.gii" ti-c. up Bn.w'n. White .t CoVd Linen rlHE subscribers respectfully announce to tit Lv

    .4q; It beautifies tli. < ti.iplvxion by remnvin cveiy parti' White and IutrXirsfillc Vest, X dies and of Tallahassee
    Ti-i ins wilt \>f liWral, and all work done strictly for gentlemen and ticinitj
    M 'l' of inoibid r
  • anl cold Welting
    hat their ia
    fancy:
    : cash: ( r am-pttd or.'oM! on inline lmn4ness firm in this Gallery open daily for the receprioa of
    -?. rnikini ;it/; p.oe.calih.., and riyjioiis, and oliKnginj Th5'V t TIIADK{ : MARK. placo. Libcr.il j>rlccs j paid for old Iron, Copper and BroTa: Linen visitors, Sundays excepted. Miniatuies taken of all

    the yellow and dark couuteuauo to the oloum uudfreshne1 Ira*. black Drap D'Ete Panta, sizes and style* of the art. Ladies and gettlumroart

    of youth. TALLAIIAS.SLE, FLA. All letters nin't bo a.la1e'cil (j pa--.t paid) to a. Ekatiguo mited to cull and exaaune their specimens.
    4 Thi meditiue i* put npin large Tx>tter r.f which, May 21, 1PS3. 2<' J. M. SHINC & CO., Tallahus-t-c, Fla. I' Merrri 'I X. B Instructicux given ia the art, and allklwla oDaguerrtaa
    IN VIRTLE, ii t< *, to sit of tiity (1'7 tv r tnij'. Q.ipon'* Cloth material for sal .
    March 1,15.51.. 10, ?
    i.&c''* CALTIOS. iiil: the name of Comstoc-k & I'rutl.crBoa JOHN B. GALBRAITH, BY4 White s.nd fancy Linen Drill Pants, KUHX3 & BAILEY.

    : .1 the wrapper and you will get the gciiuiug teorge's ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, h'IIADE P. B. BROKAW'S Blup and French Cottonade, February 11,1854. 6 ly

    Honduras feareapanlki. Tallahi\w rioriila.fT Brown and Blwhed Jean Drawers,
    ; .
    r.;, All orders mutt be diieted to COMSTOCK iBROTHER. /ORTH A1EBLOAkGUTTA \' LRY41O! SUE STABLES, Linen Er.som Shirt Merino Undershirts, To THE PLASTERS OF FLORIDA.
    '
    r1& 4 j&a ( .}. NO. *.' St. Pctei's Place. (i Ietr: of A lorII : 'cup-'taMS in the Capitol. imrncli.utlyntkuimdn TALLAHASSEE( FLORIDA. Gents faslii' uablf Black Silk Hats Cotton Seed No
    1.1- Xv Yoik. bottle bix botths tli4> Sir ut te CSftinlnr.! : |O<"t. 1'. 4t(1 -- Humbug1.
    use.) Pjice f I per or .-4.i's' .i Drab Beaver

    ) : G f.-r ?5. D. PT HOLLAND, / PERCHAY331COMPANY \ \ : 7 r1'JIc| Proprietor would inC P.l-.ck fur. Drab brush and Pearl Hats. T'HE return undersigned home, has, now made iu Mississippi arrangements but with soon tl(to.

    Sld ouly in Tallahawe Ly EDWARD P.ARNARD. -- i&Z col'd Wool 4 Fur Koesuth Hats,
    ATTORNEY AND COr.N'rSELLOR AT LAW ;Ji -*- f'Tin h"n fi it-nds and the Boy? Black A fancy ,
    most careful Planters in the selection and improve
    Johnion & Eppt-s, Montictllo, E. *ixn>. tot Jo.kPNEWYORK ) -_- public that he has rebuilt.__ _ Infants fancy Pearl llat ,
    rioriiVT7"ILL fluent of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed for the
    I4 TLoi'jasville, D. J. Dickecaou, B-iiubridgp, and by ouc Quinry: his large Uii'-k; St.iblpat tli.! ; *A-1 ,tta'I l. suit is now Tuiicy Ooods.RiWions next He has taken great pains to the

    -I il" maa iu every town._ _ prac'ic.; in tlo Couit* of tie Middle CirY \ / ::/ prepared to ?.dCt.flr.U.dbItd- hifric'i #---1. f *i it piii.I! nfIr.r L fjir.t irl PrqnLlin 1; P.m ti..aOrt..lor I also ha* attached to his Stables a good Hlack
    '. Copartnersiiip Notice.underrigaed Ooli-re-1 Satin Ribbons, Black, White aud Colored I Planters of Florida with better seeds than have cyst
    .t he ill! I la\e doiie all kinds of
    2.t.lS5: 4-1 if smith Shopshrre "
    .7 Velvut Ribbons. before been brought to the State. He will deliver
    have this day entered into a ee woik Hor. ho and work
    Plantation <-inJr. Carriage
    WILLIAM SCOTT cs&t,7U1P: ? Radios Dress Goods, the seed to the order ef the Planter in St. Marks 19
    theWHOLESALE
    partnership in the bet and with and
    ill manner promptnct.3
    & veiy Newport during the nest fall or winter, and will
    t4,: 1r?': AND RETAIL TOflMSY AT:: L.A7, \ slispiuteli.N.vehlEhierS. Cotisistug Plain and in printed part: of Embroidered Lawn, duce certificates attested aa to the character of tie pro articles
    r11jA4b PATEt1 lR.-r.;: 44
    MiJ-i LeJ-.1Lu, 1L.' B'urknnd! 2d 31ournin<. furnished, and the standing pf the Planters from

    ;;; UMEU THE X.VMC AM) STYLE OK July- SO, 1S53. ?;> tljtinTobacco. MILES NASH At CO. Plain Printed and Embroidered Organdies, whom they are obtained. The kinds furnished sill

    Medal] 'f World'Fair and (fi .ld Med-i l 1iaek! \\ litre, nna uuiorcu jaconci. be the Big White Mexican the Vick, the Pitt and

    ;; # BARNARD & MAXWELL. nir.HF/VT,' Institute R %.-ir.I.ij (..r tlu> > tjoodWARKHOl'SEOFCO -. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Baregts, Little Brown. The Big White Mexican are the med

    4 They will be r.lcafcd to FPC tlu-ir) tten<* 7 UST reoc-ivcd a lar' lot r/tl-a vprio'js irafl.t..f )( ( lo. HKOA{ : 1AVAY .d "\ 1 7 017 LI> inform their fiion l* anal l the public that Black. Colored, and Embroidered Tisuds, sought after in MissIssippi as the most reliable stack,

    _ nnJ patrons at the old stand of E. B.iiuurJ], .1 thy! Ik-rccr Tobacco, wLkh to the tmint.! will beat so.J PINE STREET, u'.crmay be f.radfiLlta tiK-y bay.. Oil hunt! a \?* \ as'iTtnifiit uf su'-h Plain and Prir.tcd Iliruamr, but will supply eithtr of the others if desired.

    14 Jr., si in of tleltatar, corner .f Miiioc co-t :mutici 1! and Cliutou streets, where tL<>y ill Wpa ? 154. 1 GBAKKll and will be rti iving rc ulojly: ii.rsh supplies. Their r.fzdl ijiialitio Court Hou
    ;,.j : 1 r.ii ;siud: g.aieral axxoitrrtiitof riitk1iappertaini.ig! Par s-j' irr t.> tAllY oth' r Wati r I'IEe f r-I; !, iu, the < t' !-1I s-hall In PaVVakulla-.' ; i:-lging and In ortinc; of all descriptions, JOSEPH L. DUTTOS

    ; to their line of business, rind solicil tie ptr'lrge of 1 & :>rcIYKK, market]
    their friends and lie aIl Coiritry '1 1rioI. .'v-n3i.-thi I') p.iri .f Coatr: Cl"ak*. Black and 2d Mourning Para.-ols and Parasoleta.
    publiR BARXARD. Js. ATTORNEYS AT LAW I I'.Ivt'l4.4.i : (Ovcra'.lt,. L'jsirm, Cap-; ". -"mr."trCflEi.E t Iron Works, loves of all daaeri1.tions.? Mu Jiton Circuit Co- rf. J/i ddle. Circuit of Fierit'all

    TALLAHASSEE AND Ql'INCY. FLORIDA. I'l.iiA -!*, 1t.r-t' (tj-.vft-. ( 'r.niaijClo'iii*. Pi.jw C v- Tirm, 1SG4. Attachment. Sum sworn
    i
    O. TROUJ1 MAXWELL. N EV I'tii-T, F ff)I{I I.t. S 1.riii'Cape4.. Collaracd VUIttes,
    r February 1. ((4,) U.r 4. 6 WILL practice ill the .Middle and WfrtonCirc-iiiti I 4-I.E. Fir; R.ykc. Ti I i' llir H. i". tJurii<*:al Arlieles, "T IIIS Ettnbli.bitKiit is ii"-v in lull opcrati All Linen Canibric Handkerchiefs! -2':0; 62-100.

    .. and in the Counties of Decatur and Strnm I'jckin au.I l l/ni'iel! i-f t.'l.ir nn.do8.Th : 1 crd.-rs \\\\l\\ i It* ntttnditl to wirh pn.rnpti! 9, and Saddlery.Ladle's Richard J. Mays.vs. .

    _ _r Cheap GooclB.J. Tl.oina Ca.B'I.LING c '"nU ar> fi.-.- ftmu ttiji: ; !<-i'n.t: tu! .r. very nil W"rk don.s! with neatness : nd di (>:.tch. .

    E Subei iber cont sn1t1sct > BAKER, A. x. M'IVII: :, t(hit.joU. i.-ililc an-I It-l-t-i.-'k'.T..t : .- l tv iVttv .i.buiiliko All kii; is nf w.-ik. uoh a* Steam Wi.ik, Mill Work, Faddl* Velvet and Plnsli scat, E. Wilm Walter. George II. Walter, and Richard

    !--.. J. f uch a iu w arrangcm*lit in t..f irbusiniES Tallahwfff.! Quincy. i.tiIiC. mill.1 I Iii-Iii! liit.UVI1.L"jiOT5{ I I DE-) (;li'i (CiMiiti Styar: Mill, Ciit-ular Saw Machinery GentPutcut Lcatbvr Entanl Saddles, T. Walker, Merchants and Partners, using thai naffl*

    4._ : h s makos it nrcfssary to January 7, IbSJ. 1 . .'. AND JJECO.ME STICKY : nreCIll'-! -dafting, Pull% ., I lltingfis Plough Caliifr: *, Bi ae Spanish and .tvle Walters i Walker.

    _r\[\ <:3i_p:
    b- consists ol a good f ujiply cf Wat(Lc-s of *v-i jd.'fciipti Notice :i thiit c..umrv$ or mia11'arraitetl ., I.II Laud. All *.\.irk .1 V "ie in put-b on estab- ad Ruv-ct notice of the commencement of the above suit by

    _ 'I jr.1, Jewflry. Fancy (rood*. Cutlcrv Ouns, I'laU-d Mrby, KTtJn.. In aecomdanie with the Co Stand all dictates. hj-1aiiit-iat will bi. d'-nc' by 113, with a particular rEgard I. 4' Spatuishi attachment and are hereby notified to appear talplr

    ) War, and tiumprriii 4.tlifrari
    : '. themselves fill to cath cu* n-.rr at preittlv re- 4-tal Ai'tiil.lv.. a .phi.iti..n vi.l be iu.h.; i f>r ti ("h nurtn p- lent \Voikiiieii alw.ivs in reatIiuea to put up Br.UesMartiutai'Riding.. Bnti y and Carriag C POPE MAYS, Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
    be"HI ) |
    the gcKidmay! at the .Store of tlm Cum ?. tc tc.ii .
    luecl TOWLE & MVER.Aniji pan Whip" \'a1i-.e.Carpet Bass, < *
    friers. 1S54. 29.
    it'' IMCOIIM.P; ,' -'iiipiiiy.: ttt be fctyled U.o Gt.so-giu Liiiui-s, &t.. July2..
    >x> 15. l<55t. 15ilary aud Gulf l\ ... u-i C ia.pmy. 77/MW Lilt Kit \ L.i 'r \vll IKJ liberal, ainl nil wotkdoiio strictly.''r : ni\vire auti .;uucry.

    t .l. C. ?.rau, } DIVMC Iu Hhr.aiun: Cucuivs. August 5, I S5 I. 3m SI Iealcr i are iiiittol to fxaminc tljci> g->nlb<-f"r .ifcb, or ;nffptd I'idi rs <>n n IIHbu iiicss fit in iit this Knives and F..iks. Pin and Pocket KhiTes. Cuu ..nonce."VTOTICE .

    V Couit, Sj riLg Teim 1654. 1'01(lah4hiLOtilti l>l.i'Talhilia sn'r ({uiiwv.Lil' Shot l'i'ti'1i"s, P.-wder uItks and ( zmue Bugs.Trunki'tix. is hereby gircn that aa application >1

    : Joseph Bryan. J JIT .lT..diso'a Circuit Cvurt. Middle drc't't tf 1''uridi. i icculc-il to niiV amriimt. pptr niul Tra.! 8. I.w'r and Pad L4k'ls.C'a-t tSteel Spades anal Shovels' _L\ be made to the next General Assembly, to i is
    L. fall 'Itrw 1P54.! AttachiiKtjt. *A i TTIT.-I-e iiEitaI|I.* v, mna.i.' \'urmii'hecl 1 CLiM1Au PlaneCutnaiU n Company to be called the Tallahassee md
    bo addre-i- aiii
    to tbo Conit the cf the :Sum s cin i to, All Ictttri limit (|p.u-t |> > tiM. ColtiiiAxa-'. -r", corporate
    : -aiin5 by return
    SLci app iff. tie Defendant is to be found i'i JCouuty ?'105G; 76100.Willijin India, hi.jh'-r. are alietid/! l IJthI! <-(T not
    ':; it ic, os motion ordered that the so vice \i*' HcNsugbt p.iid! J.IM.PK Oiuu.nd, Mm-liii.t- herefure purr-h.isei < t-liu'jl.l l-i-ar in mlud that all trt-n- .T.iriuary 21 1. 1 PS 1 S Xcw Port, Fla. and Dit-s Screw plate*. Vie-, Ib' 'S, Ci-ni Shellt-rs, August 26! 1851. 3m 34
    ci- nnd! the ] nine K-M-V.N! are itaimi1.ed ith I ihe) t tm.le ni.uk of the Straw Cutter-*, Curt Plow-points and! Sweeps Trace
    I. perfected by publication of this order io me of tha pib paitners, uiing iir.mc nut style of MtNauijLtfc Gmipimy, : \YILLIAM UlDEIl.Anjr.VM. NEW YORK. Notice.
    ',. !lie Curette -f tbia SUite once a monlL for four inoulhirtior < Oi rr.oij 1 f*. Chain-, fcu itc.
    e., to tho ueit Ttim.J. E.: Wim! <.l 'Walter,(',eoigc' II.! Walter r.nd Ui.-bard T. 81 fim. Prts'l. NT. A.O. P.O. BREWER &. CALDWELL, C3roo 'rio SIX weeks after date the undersigned will apply to

    1 :. $; WALES BAKER, Juuge.Jons Wu'.ker, Merchants mind l'attiers, Uiiug the uaniu and SUCCH.:
    FRIVK. Ok. C. C. Fin. fcttl tf Waltt-isi Walker. Land for Sale. Old" live V\ hi-key. hit'etili'.IVI.i.hey, (liii. Riiiii. letters adminitrati.iB on the estate of William ..ieokiuis -

    July 15 1SSI.; 8 Defendants nnd all others interested will t:. GE3LUAL C0.1I MISSION .IIEIUIMXTS, \\.iiii-. Slurry Rii-l I llad.inu 'l'.bzu-. SnutF. (% deceased late of said County.
    '
    I &.p _. T'llE "IIE eulxrH-cr) nfTers for salo! his Plantation. King AV. io, OLD XLIJ'. of other articles JOSHUA. SAUXDEr *
    1 of the com'iuiCvinnjt! the above tuit I li\ ?.uiitl<"', ami"Soap.. Wilh a variety
    Notice. turn mil.i East of Quinoy, on Swi-nip Crek.- : 1831. I'J 33 6t
    MayJA ly Angu-t 10lSr.4.
    attachment and notified insert IIITP.Tiillaha's.e _
    me hereby to appoar and __ .m> numerous to
    t tI I ALL persons indebted to the estate of Mary Fran plead to the declaratiou thueiu fiU.l.POPJI.t.!. 1 here nre five hundred acits in the tract, three hutid'Htd Notice. ; .March 1 S. 1 51. 11
    I MclutOEh, late of Sludiion County, orCcat. .(i, MAYS of whieh are c'cnrfd. It i-s IM (jim.1 Isrj.1 as can Notice.
    be fouttd m Ja-lgdcn Ct.i.tv.; On the : will bo inndo to the next General
    rward and make immediate sire a seeounUO
    wil! coruo payn; <-iitHiid July 22181. 29 Plaintiif Attruc'ys. pri-muis VPPLICATION Notice. O TX months after date I shall present my
    goi.tI l !Dwtllinij h4.mue. Gin House _f State fir Charter
    those clenuttids said -tate will au-1! Si-rew, with v4ry a to construct I*
    Living against present Judira of Prob
    vouchers Hon.
    their, duly authenticated, xiitblu the tiir.e prescribed Notice. ntl.cr outbuilding necessary a fjum. Term a PI.ink Iloa'l frnni Palatka to SOMC point iu Marion k T.Ta persons interested Mill take notice that six and to the administrator aX
    made cay. Address me through the I' >stOrllrc County, near cr at ML-anopy. %_ months after the first publication of thladvert'nK Jefferson County, as late Sheriff ant
    will be burred. Juiney -4 W*
    by law or they months after dato. the un.b-rsircd. admii.istra officio of the estate of Grantham. deceased.
    of
    : the H-n. Henry
    SIX at residence :r,2 I intend to apply to Judge
    M. W MrLEART. or eee me my iu.e mile fi'anQtaiiic' August 12,1851. 8m 'm >t.
    4 of tbo estate ot Thomas Mills, d.l ou Stage leadinj to Tahiahiiu'e.v. Probatts
    4 September !6. l 5*. :7_8t_ GaJuden County, Fbi ida,svill presemt: hi< flu :,]accoun I \ UUDXALL. EIISKNE & IILW)1U.'lI Administrator-hip of tLc estate of William II. Brockcnbrouicb. DANIEL T. LINGO.
    Mid vouchers to the norable Judge of Probate for 16 l5I. 37 6ca
    Notice August 12, 1851. T.2 tluov ATTORNEYS AT LAW doeeasetl. September ,
    said County, and ask to be dichard. 'I- LLEN A. ROC KENECOUGU, AJm'x.
    hereby given that Byrd J. Strickland baa this day :
    IS G. B. MO.MK r.l.I.O AND Ul'IM'Y. Notice.SIX .
    MILLS. A Jmin'strator.
    filed in the office fbn Cloikof the Cii curt Court A Great Bargain. Jun 17. 1R54. 24 m _ _
    _-tuii Lis August 12. 1851. 32 Cm1KTJK 'orrv En'Kixr, Quincy-W. S. DILWOIITII, Monticello weeks after date the undersigned ifftY
    ol f Jackson County bin petition pricing that name ,
    ihe flE suUcriWr mtomlinfj to movo tf the West, offers July 2L: 185L: Notice.SIX the Hon. Judge Probate for Gtdw(
    change to that of George Wafhington McLiuHon. V. DOIlY, u. u. M. HAVIUSOSDOQY
    Person Wishing object mutdo fco hof./rc the Spring fur sale his pliuitntion, containing 680 acres Land for Sale. months after the date of this notice, I shall fur letters of administration on the estate ol

    ; Term of said Court, to be held c ATTTOaNSVS AT 60 t hcnd! of Hogs or rnoie. All the now WILL sell plantation on tenns that are reasonable administrator H. SCOTT
    next. JOHN! W. POOSER, CK-rk, LAW, crops grow- I niy ison County Florida, for my discharge as THOMAS
    0 By ; 0. J. STALE V. .D C. QU1KCV, FLORIDA. iII" c jiMftinj; iifCorn, Pen, PotaUtct. HH-| Fodder, nl- .uul accommodating' to the purchaser. It of John Coleman, deceased. Feptemqer 16, 1854. 37 *
    ___ lg. o l'L..iT4it :i 'I'Iw.-E.! llouiH-hi, and Kitchen Furniture. lies in Jefferson County, FLu, eighteen miles East of|- VANS RANDELL, AdmV.May .
    Septmiber 5 ( ) IfeS-t. 37 3ni practice in th Middle Circuit of Florida
    WILL I Mill srll all the ulxjve U-Rcther nt Tallahassee the ufighborluKHi Waukeeuah.. It S
    m the Eastern: Counties of Wcrt FIor'1a.Al a gre t Bargain,, in 20. 1854. 20 6mS Copper Tin and SheetIronMANUFACTORY.
    b Administratrix's Notice. buHucsd eutrubtcd to their core will or (sell Ihctn sepiiratc. Prs<.n wanting good bargains, is choice land and in good repair, with two bundled ,
    receive pi oiuptHtU'ntion. \ premises very
    havi" demands against; tie tata of .
    :1 ? e
    :
    ; ALL persons toon, <>r they may tuits good linr niiM.HKNMAMIN. yourselves. ANDERSON PEELE1L
    air
    tm 8. Forihund, lat of Lec.n. County, lc- December 24! 185S. 51DlTjOHN .X months after (late. I shall: present my final ac inform eitiient of
    tf Subscribers the
    6 18 ,
    S BYRD. lhS4.
    *
    .ceM.(1, will ta1e notice thil they must trckent them May count and voucher to the Judge of Probate o- > rpHE ftt
    country.IKthey
    F Tl Wakulla JB8 A
    Slanrljiiry and the
    County, Fluiid*. lahassee surrounding
    DUVALJ Robert
    to the UBdersigotnl, aJmiiii tratiiK of aid estate, duly P. Auijwt 5, 1851. tf si Notice. Madison County, &* adminiatrator of Lucy are now prepared to fhrniah cnsto ri
    the law directs this notice will be : be discharged from administratorship.
    Authenticated as or TALLAHASSEE and ak to my anal retail an tWt
    FLORIDA. ,
    4 PLICATION will be made totho next General JAMES ROBERTS Adm'r. with all kinds of ware, wholesalo
    of their and all *indebted ,
    I plead in bar recovery notified to m person ke ioimediate OFFICE AT THIS COUET 1IOC6E.JannarySS 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. J.Abfeumbly of this State fur a Dank Charter, to bi 6.1854. 13 6m line of bnsiness. .. ta
    hereby May *
    to said e UU are of tbe *
    enll the attention P
    Subscribers
    [ payment to the undersigned, or to Jcee M. Robertson, 1864. 4 THE Sulmoribcr otter* for sale his P mtiiion lyfng located within its limits, with a stock not cxcecdiii): ,TOSi1ifILDUPONTITTY their The assortment of Parlor, Cooking and Wood SW *:
    AAn'tntrix. end half miles north of $500,000.)
    FOREHAND a Tallnlawte. There *
    SARAH ord* "
    It ; toy AfienL For Preserving and Pickling.BBLS. in the tract hundred August 12, 1831. 22 3m of the latest style ; all trimmed in complete '.
    JE3SE M. ROBERTBON, Agent. are even acres of an good land AT LAW, the lowest market price. Please call and eXW

    .&uguet6,18L4. SVc 2 Superior White Rum, an can be found iu the State-300 cleared, and the NoticeIS QUINCY, FLORIDA, elsewhere. Also, BritOno* > <
    before
    purchasing
    1 bid. Old Peach Brandy, balance in WCKH!. Oa the premises D\vcl! JUd
    c Fire and Marine Insurance. 1 Apple ling house, Gin House and Screw, -with area good cabins hereby given, in pursuance of the requirements o f \TTJLL continue to occupy the office recently r eouV .. Japanneil Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Sheet' Gut'

    bav- I Cider Vinegar and all other out buildhipa. To utcinxl neyro thIs the Constitution of the State, that at tie next us V pied by the late firm of C. H. it J. U. DuPont,, House-work, Roofing, Fancy Heads, for gs entering does
    HE Savannah Mutual Insurance Company purcbar, rion of the General will be umdi Counties of the work otvttty d .cnptw*
    White Assembly opplicution t in the adjacent MiddU Ipe.-Sbop
    T 1 Wino Term and to pructica
    will Vinegar, is a rare mwle Addro
    in this opportunity.
    inff establi ed en Agency City, 1 Cabk White tuey. for u charter to incorporate a Company to bo style I and Western Circuits. lie will also attend tha termiaf I with neatness and deepstch.wm'r
    (ho THlutbaescc Post
    Preserving OlEc
    Sugar. through SLIrSSZE.
    take Yre and Mariut rifki on the moat fdrorubl mo or see mo on &
    iH the Tallahassee anti Georgia Railroad mpaiiy.n Coiut iu Tallahassee and Mariaoaa.
    BERRY i the Suprtrao
    ROWLE8. the j. ELIOT. ti
    THU. J. PERKINS premise"
    Apply to Ajjent.IS. W
    arms.,Jhi1J 8 Ahlgu8t 5, isi.; 31 JuDelO,185L 3 Aut1bt 12, 1851. 82 8iu Janaarj7,1851. Z October 8,185S.






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