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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: October 7, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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; BY CHARLES E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE 'FLORIDAOCTOBER, 7. 1854. VOLUME vrNo.4o.,

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:AUTHORITY.. mne Bridge,Traplu., Linerick, Crooked Hill, flerence Paris and Holliday's Core Virginia, DlouglasS" ,Colebrookdale! Clayton and Shim. From rnppe by Schenk's Store Samney- ing Creek, and Cold Spring to Cape Is m 3' : ih-
and Pottstown, to Boyerst own. to Steubenville Ohio. ersville, to Emans.
I town and Ilarlasville! to Franconia. land. .I' -
lAWS OF .THE UNITED STATES. From Norristown, by Jeflersonville, Shannonville. : From Pittsburg by Buchanan utrehts Run, From Scottsville, by Little Meboopany From Tremont by Bear Moot Wiconisco From West PhiladelpM., bjr KeHeytriIler 1Uf.4
Port Providence, and Quinzyville, to Cnal Valley McKeesport- West Elizabeth, Centre, Loveton and Wolf Creek, to Do- Short Mountain, Oakdale, anu Elisabetbvile, Maple and ROOM Tree to Howell U1e. .
[Public, No. 72.] Ph nivvi1lo. Elizabetn Monongahela City Gambles, Webster shore. to Milleraburg. From White Haven dy Hickory Ran, rfjJi

C'' 1cT to establish: certain post roads. From Norristown by Hickorytown, Centre Beevornon Cookstown Pike Run, Brown. From Scranton, Dunmore Dalesville Cliff. From Trexlertown by Middletown, to Albrightarflle. Menvinsborg. ;
Square, Gwynned Montgomery, Pleas.. yule Red Steno Perryopolis flatwoods East ton, Naglesville Stanhope Ttunersrille, anBartons'iJ1e Hereford. From Williamsbarg by YeilowSpringa.nd i: l"": !!1.
i[:iN coxTI rATIo .] antvill, and Whitehalle, to Do'lestown. Liberty and Upper MidJJctown; to Uniou- to Stroudsburg, From Truout Run by Liberty, to Bloss- Waters Street to Spruce Dreek. t ,

Fff.j McConntlsburg: by Mercersburg, Fsom North East,by Greenfield and friends to wn. From Selins Grove, by Kratzersville New burg.From From White Deer by Alvira to Elimf- 1iWI4 i1.ri
li'1'I'encAstlf'IIndV"J'ncboro'' tocEmmctts- New York to Marvin. From Pittsburg by Walker's Mills Berlin, and Barbar's Mills, to Mifflinburg.; Tunkhannock by Rnssel Hill Ster. '{. ., ''''-+ .
bare, Maryland.! From Northville, by North East, Moor. town, !Mungo\ Park Candor NOMeS.1 From Selins Grove by Turtlersville, Ches lington, Brainterm, Skinners Eddy Lncey- port.From Wilkesbarre by Plainsville Ports ;.J;'r'
From McConnelsburg. by Webster's Mills, headville, Harbor Creek, and Wesleyville, to Cross Creek Nillagp Patterson Mills nut Ridge Winfield, Lewisburg New Columbia ville, Browingtown, Wyabising, Lime Hill, Blancharcd Pittaton ferry, Old forge Lacka. ,U.
to Hancock Maryland. Erie, dependence to Bethany Virginia. White Deer Mills,and Road Hall: to WHo Rummerfield Creek Standing Store Wyiox wanna, Hyde park Scranton Providence .;;t.t
From McKean's Old Stand, by New Stanton From Northumberland, by Chnlasky, Danville From Pittsburg by Rural Ridge Culmen. Hamsport. Towanda. Ulster, Milan, and Athens, to \\F a. Blakely! Carbondale W.ymart and Promp- t";:'< ':
Whit Mills Madison and fulton, to Tinker Catawissa, Bloomsburg, Espy Lime vile| Etna, Dora JviUe Porter's Store Carna. From Shavers Creek, by Cottage West verly N. Y", ton toHoaesdale, tt.; 1
Run. Ridge, Berwick, Beach Haven, Beach Grove hana Norris and Riddle's Roads to Saxou- Barre, Manor Hills East Barre, Ennisviile, From Tunkhannock by West Eaton, fork. From Wflkesbarre by Kingston forty fort Y4 ;...,
From M Iead\'i11c by hayfield Hnnnon burg i Shichshinny unlocks Crt'ek'est Nati- burg. McAleoy's fort and Greenwood furnace, to town, Lovelton, and Bellsylva to Dush. Wymoing Exeter Keelersbargb Sooth Eatoa r..J; J ..-
Rundell's Sterlingtou Coneeautxille Spring, coke, and Church [Hill, to Wilkesbarre. From Pittsburg by Perryville Wexford Za- Belleville. Eaton Nunhanock Wmchester! Lynn Spring- t:1; ...:
Albion Elk Creek nnd Platen to Girard. From Northumberland, by Le-wisburg.- !\Iif.\ lienople Middle Lancaster Pnrtersville liar. From Sharon Centre-, by East Sharon, ore.From Tunkhannock by Plerceville, Nich. ville Diraock MohtroM Lawsville Centre, Z .:. .
From Neadx'ille by Blooming Valley Ran. fflnburg, Hartleton, Woodward, Aronsburg, lensbnrg and LeesbuJJ to Mercr, West Shongo N. Y., Shongo, and Willing, to olson Glenwood, Lenoxville Clifford, and Brookdale and and Corbettaville N. Y. to i ..:
colpe New Richmond Taylors Stand Riceville Millheim, Springs Mills, Old fort, BoaUbusg, From Pittsburg, by Sharpsburg, Houston, Wellsville. Dundaff to Carbondale. Klrkwood, .1. .' .
irtansburg, West Spring Creek Lottsville,, Pine Grove i Mills Stover's Place. Grays\ille, Hannan-ille, Tarentum, freeport and Slate From Shade Gap by Bolingeretown and From Tuscarora by Pilmar, to Catawissa From Wilkesbarre, by Kingston Trod: ;)' :
Sugar Grove, and Busti New York, to James, and Colerain\ forge, to Spruce Creek. Lick, to Kittaining. Peru Mills to McCulloch's !Mills. Valley. ville HonUuille Lehman Dallas,and Bow- {l : .
town. From Northumberland, by Chilisquaque! From Pittsburg, by Montours, Moon Clin. From Sheshequin, by Ulsher, to Horn. From Tirone by Phillipsburg, Woodland, mans Creek to Tunkbannock.From .;
From Medville by Eavansburg Harts Lewisbur Milton, McEwensville, Muncy, ton, Merdocksville, and frankfort Springs to brook. and Clearfield to Curwinsville.' WUerbarreby Church Hill to Nanti. i 1 J.t.
town,Turnerville\ South Sheuaugo, and Star'I Monturesville: to \\'ilIiamsport.From ., fairview, (Va.) From Shippensburg Orrstoxvn, Pleasant From Uniontown by New Salem, Merrits- coke. ;.rj" ';
Line Ohio to Kinf manF. I Northumberland by Chesnut Ridge, From Pittsburg} by White Ark Antrim, Hall, Upper Strasburg, Roxbury, and New. town, Brownsville, fredericktown, Millsbo- From Wilkesbare, br White Haven Morri ,*':y': ,
From Mesdville. b\ Mead Corners, Suga. New Berlin, Penu's Creek, Middleburg, Beaertown North Washington, Apollo, Spring Church, burg Shippensburg. Crarksville-, and Jefferson, to 'Wanes-son Rock Port Wethherby to Munch : ;'! -
Lake Guj's Mills Kiugley's and Sleuben to(I Beaver Spring, Middle Creek, Cosg'ove Olivf'tf est Lebanon, and South Bend, to From Sbippensville by Jeflersonx-ille fur burg.From Chunk. .,:,';".r "-
Cetreuile.. Hall, and Decatur, to Lewistown. Shelocta. nace, La,nartine, Agnew's Mills, Emlenton, Uniontown, by McClellandtown, From Waiianuport by Newburg Linden :' ;1' :;.,
From'Meadxille] by Mead's Darner Sugar From NufTs Mills, West Barre, in Huntington I' From Pittsburg, by Perrysvilje, Wexford, and North Hope, to Butler. Masontown, Carmichael's Rice's Landing, Jersey Shore Chatham Runn Dannsbarr ',1; : t i to.
Lake and Wilson i1J to Cooperstcwn. county, to Pine Grove Mills in Centre Ogle, BreakNcek, Whitestown, and P.ospect From Shippensvile, by Lucinda furnace, and Jefferson, to Waynesbnrg. Lack Haven nemlngion Mill Hall Suloni : tt:
From Meaexille by Cbampmanxille and county. to Brownington. and Tryburg to Tjlersburg. From U Uniontown by' McClellandtown, Lamar Nittany Hublersbargh and Zion 18 '. ?'.11
f/tusvlleto Steam Mills. From Oil Creek, by Holland, to Per. From Pittsburg by AUE'ghny'est! Manchester From Shrewsbury by Stewartstown Straw. :Masontown. Greensboro, Mapleton, Whitely, Bellefonte. .f.: ".;.l
From Mercer by Wolf Creek- Harrisville,, rr- Sewickleyvillc, Sewickly Bottom, bridge, fawn Grove, and Slate Bridge to Bryansville. to CarmichaePs From WaiiamspertbyWajrensTilleLyco- ,, '1 :'
Anandale )Murrinsvillc\ and .Maple furuace, to. ; From OrbisoniabyScottsvillo New Grena. Economy and freedom, to Rochester. From Unionville by Kennett's Square, ming Creek Slate Road and Larry's Creek W: :;t'
Laxrrenceburg da and Speuseille t>> Rays liii!. From Pittsburg by Logan's ferry Puebla, From Shunk, Eldn-dville, and Carapbelsvill Hamorton fairville, and Centrevill, (Del,) to to Jersey Shore.. : ;1-"
From Mercer by Valley Glork West- Greenville From Ovugiburg by McKeansbnrg Kep- and Shen-r's Cross Roads, to Leichburg.From -*, to Sugar Run. Wilmington. From Williamsport by Hepburn Crescent :.2.-t"' : -,:..
Jamestown Adamsvillo and Hartstown neo West Penn and Mahoning to Lehigh. Pittshnrj, by HerriotUville and Can. From Skippack, by Harleyville, franconia From Ulysses Genesee forks. Trovt Run Ralrton Canton Alba, Troy Co- ii t :00'.7
to Espx ville.Fiom town, nonsburg, to Washington.From and 'P)lersville, to Charl ton. From Wauesburg by Rogersville Jolly lumbia Crou Roads, South Creek and South. ;''k i.' "
Mercer, by Delaware Grave Wes: Fjom Oxford by Mount Vernon Colerain, Pitisburgby Allegany, Duquesne Etna From Slate Lick, by Worthington to Ca. Town, and Blacksville, (Va) to Wanes- port N. Y, to Elmira : 1;}. .. ,
Greenville. Puseyville. and Mechanics' Grove, to Chestnut Bakerstown, Glad. Mills, Butler, Hiber. ; wansville. burg, From Williamsport by Warrrnsville, Bar. .f'f 11 "
From Mercer, by Perrine Sandy Lake,, Level. nia Browington, Slippery Rock North Liberty i From Smithfield, by Geneva, Greensboro, From Wanesburg by Simpson's Store and hour's Mills Hill, Grove mod illview to( .,t'! 1' .
I "New Lebanon and Milledgex-ille, t. Cochran. From Otisville! New York by finchville. London Mercer Hrthegig Sheaklville, I Mnpletowu, Wjllowtree, and Davistown, to Good Inent! to West Alexander. Dusnore. -:"".:..is 1* ;.
r Port Jeni? Matamoris Pennsylvania' Milford Custards, Meadxille Woodcock, Rockdale, Mount Morris. From \Vaneburg by Calls Mills, White From Wind Gap to flicksville. ''it :-
to ton.From Mercerburg by Upton to Green Castie. Darlingsville Taftr Hon pnae! Brompton, I Waterford, and Hulls Station to En!'. From Smithfield, by New Geneva, Greens- Cot'age! New freeport, Parsley Sugar Run, From Woodcock, byTeeples, the town A ,r:1: ..
Way mart Carbondale Dundaff Lenox, Brook. I From Plain Grove by Centenille, Borard'g! boro, Mapletown, and Willowtree, to Mount and Knob fork, to Middlebourne (Va.) Line road frUby's Settlemeut to Water- ; ', i i'
,;;, From Mercerburg, by Sylvan to Haucock, lin Montrose forest Lake friendsville, Warren- Mills and Anandale, toor l \\'ashing.ton. !Morris.\ From Waynesburg by Hunter's Cove, ford.From .4j. ..:....'' '':
,, Maryland. ham and South OWl'goew Xork to Owe- From Smithport, b} farmer's Valley. Sart- Harvey's Windridge Ryerson's Station Pop. W omeado and Millbacb. to Shaeff-. 'li ;;"
From Middletown to Humm lIto"n. go. From Plymouth )f'ctingby Blue Bell, well, Alleghany Bridge and Portsville N. 'Y', lar Springs! (Va.) Beeler'a Station, and LimeStone town. "At, it\i
: From Mifflintown, by Oakland Mills: MeCati&tcrvi'.le FroinPorkesburgby 1 Ercildon McWilli.ims e:wit ned Montgotnery\illePleasantville: and to Olean. to Moundsville. From W fig h tIVille by Mar &.1etta furnace, ;? \:'.
Richfield Mount Pleasant Mills, '.town Mortonville! and Marshaltou to Westj : Whilehallviile! to Doylestown.From From Smithport by Bradford Limestone, From Warren byGermany, Corydon, Ono- New Bridgeville, Grhznjsvifle and York fur. l. _
and fre burg, to Selin's Giox'e. j t i chester.1 I It ; Port Clinton by Tamaqua Hazleton I, N. Y., and Kill Buck, to Great Valley. yule, ten Mile Spring, and Buck Tooth to nace, to McCall's ferry, t' 1',.
t EromTiiflintoxvn by Walnut McCoysvillc : From Peall'r';; Ii". Stillnater Benton ColeV and East Sugar Loaf, to Wilkesbarre. From Smithport, by Lafayette, Eden and Little Valley.Frorir ) From ""Wyalasing by Mertyall, Campion, ;fu- ; ;
;- McCulloch \ Mills Est Waterfonl and return; ;i Creek, Central, and Davidson, to Lopar- : From Port Clinton, by Drehersville, fochts Kinzua, to ,Warren. Warren, by Kinzua, Corydon Ono- and Stevenville, to Pike. 4t ..... tj: ,.,;
by Beale's Mills Tuscarora Valley Spruce 'I, te. I I frg', to Tamaqua. From Smiths ferry, by Ohioville and Black vile, ten Mile Spring (N. Y.) Buck Tooth, From W yaluaing to Sugar Ran. ii.*!:'4t:

t Hill!, end Perrypuille] to Miffiiitto n. :1. From Penninglonvillc by Wakefield to Pe From Port Jen'is, N. Y. by :Matamoras, Pa, Hawk to Darhngton. and Kilbnck, to Oleau. I Feoln York by Emigsville Mount Campbell .J..1
: From Milford by Saw Kill's Lord's Val ter's Creek. !; to Milford. From Smith's ferry, Ohioville and Darlington From Warren by Irvine, Youngsvil'e! ,Pitts- !! Mahcbeater, York Haven, Ettar's aDd I ;
,Jey :Nyce's Pawpaw, and Tafton to Hamlen- I From Perrine by Sandy Loke and New Ver. : From Pottstown, by New Hanover, and Pa. field, Garland, Spring Creek West Spring, New Cumberland Harriabarg. ; '::_.
'to n. non to Deer Creek. frederick, to Sumueytown. From Smith's Mills,in Crawford county by Creek. Spartansbarg, Cook Wayne, Le From York, by Eut Berlin to York Sul- ; ..j ,
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From MiRerptown' Richfield, Mount Pleas. f From Perry by Stewart's Run, to Tion. From Pottsxillc by Board Mountain fountain Cochranlon, to John Wightman's. Boeuf, and Union Milk to Waterford. pbar Springs f ,
But Mills, )fiJdlt>burg Cenlrexille and New efrt i. Springs Mount Cannel Bear Gap, Paxi-: From Smiths Mills, by Jeffries and Clear. From Warren, by frexvsburg Jamestown, From York by farmers, Abbottstown Hanover -,..:: .:I
Berlin ,to Miffiinbcrg.: From Peter's Creek to Peach Bottom. nos, and Sun bury, to :Northumberland. field Bridge to Clearf 'ld. and Delati, to Dunkirk, N. Y. McSherrjitowD, and New Oxford, to ;"" .1
From Mlllersburg fcy Dalmatia, !Mahony\ From Philadelphia by Milestown Jenkintnu From Pottsville to Port Carbon. From Somerset by Stony Creek Dry Ridge From Warren, by Mead, Sheffield, and ; Gettysburg. '_' :; 1
and Augusts to Scnbury. Abirgtwi! Willow Grove Hartboio, From Pottsville. by Minersville, Llewellyn West End and Man's Ghoice, to Bed- New Highland. to Ridgewpy. I From York by Dorer. Rosiville.Lewubnry ': "
From Monroetou by Sew Albany and Hatsville! huge Valley Doylefct tfiwn Buckinp- Branch Dale, Swalara, and Tremont to From Warren by Rusaellbarg, and CarroU :.Lisborne and Sidensbarg to Mehanicl:1!: :\ ;;,: .
Laddsbargto Dushore. tOil Lahaska and New Hope,to LumbcrUville! Donaldson. ford.From Somerset by Sipesvilre, forwars. N. Y" to Jamestown. I. burg. ,< 'f'
Frem Montrose, by Brackney, Silver Lake New Jersey.I !j From Pottsville, by Port Carbon, Silver town, and B min's Creek to Johnstown. From Warreuham, by South Owego, N. V.to From York, by Dover, Wellsville, Dills- *t 'K::

Chocnnnt Elerslie Little Meadwsand Apala. From Philadelphia/ by Kingsessiug! DnibKellei .\'. Cre<,Middle: port, Tnscorora, Tamaqua, and From Somerset, by Gebharts, New Lexington Owego. burg and Allen, to Mechanicsbarg. HrF '
chin New York to Oxxego. J! >\ille Oakdale, Al..dia, Lima, Ivy :\Mills .Summit Hill to Mauch Chunk. Turkey foot, and Harnedsville, to Ad. From Washington by Locust Hill Hickory From York, by Pine Hill, Cordorw. He- .. '?-
From Montrose by New Milford te Great Concordville, and Chadd'b ford, to lia'i.or-: From Providence, by Clark's GreenVa.; dibon. Cherry Valley, Burgettstown, florence tricks, Krohs Mills Md, Manchester and .. *f '
Bend. j ton. !I verly, factor*\ale, Nifholson'b; and Lathrope From Somerset by Benford's Store to frankfort, Springs Kendall, Hookatown,and Bachman's Mills ro Westminister. 1 .' ?r
From Montrose by Elk Lake, .Vnbnrn four From Philadelphia, by Rising Sun Germantuwn -I to )1 nlltrosp. toJt stown. Georgetown' to Smith's ferry. From York by Dallastown, Apple, Grove ';""li'K! i ,
Coiners West A.bum South Ariburn and : Chestnut! II ill. \\l.itclr. !t. Upper' j i From Ibm oi\ }b J Milvtakie and Ball From Spring House Tavern, Sunney.town. From Washington, by Van Buren, Prosperity Cross Roads, Union Chanceford, Lowew *.. ..1'I.J. .* ';.;
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East:: Springfield to Skizi ner's Eddy. Dublin, Spring House MontgonienxilU*, Line Mount to Clatks Green in Luzcne County. Sparta, LilJdh J'8 Mills \mity,and ten Chance ford, and Castle da to Poach Bot :: S'S .
FromMntrosebv Fairdale Rash RosKville Lexington Seller's Tavern Bunker Hill ,: From Ftrasburg by Laesburg\ ew Provi- .Mile, to Wanesburg. I tom. ..4o'... ,,;j
Pike, Le Raysville Orwell, Rome Myers' | Qu kutto\vn, Cooperobuig Centra Valley ]I II From Reading bOley! Lo!>acks\ille! Pike deuce and Camargo: toQuarryxil'e.! From Washington by Cbartiers, Cross From York Sulphur Springs by Bermudian -U.""!' .. ";.
burg and WJROX, th Toxranda. I aid! faneon: F.Ill'to A'tknLown.I i iI ;. TllwnshipIalnatai.! .' ny Dale and Ililli-gas tu ; From :Strattouxille; by Helen fnrnace Creek, Eldersvill!, and Cherry Hill, to Steu- Hall andDavidsborg York. '.: ,:to{. '
From Morrisville, by fallsingtcn. I I From Philadelphia, : by General Vaynl, UIIIII", .)1"\\11. I Scotch Hill North Pine Grove, Mariouvi'le ttens\ile! Ohio. From Youngstown by Brandenville New :;, ::0':'
From Jlorris-ville! by Yaidleyiille.Taxlors-. ''CabinetYe-t II "'e:ffmt RaJtier Spead Ea. Fr*:n RenJing: by Sinking Spring, "'('r-I and Foxburg Warren.. Froti Washington to TaJl rstown. Derry BJairsville Livermore, Tnnnel Salts- '.-::: I.' "
ill.., aiidBrowntharg, to New Hojif.! gk Paol! frszor \\'(Whitelaud Douniugton r.er&\ille Furnace, \\"-('flh'lSl4rf! Stonrhburg, ; From Stewartstown by Cross Roads Apple From Washington by Buffalo, Wust M dJolton burg. Coal Port, Kiskiminstas, ApoUo and : :: '

: From .lorektnd, ty I Riddle's Settlement, Cain, Cn.itobule! Pirke-burg aad: Mir villf, : Myerstown Lebanon Annville Palmyra and Grove and Dallastown to Yi rk. Independence, foxiler's (Va) W dls- Leechburg, to Freepart."I,,."
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to Newman B ville. j I Penntngtonxille Christiana (;Hp Kinzer Bellinnnte Huiinieltoun to harrisburg/ I Fiom Stroudsburg} by Rossandsxille! fen- hurg (Va) Pbillipsbnrg Ohio :New Alexandiia MARFLAND. ; ,.-U'',:; ,"."t. 4'....
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i From Murgantoxvn, by Blue Rork, Saint :, : I'aradise (;old( s\illc Kuterpriso} Lancaster '. From Reading by Lower Bern Kcruville, nersville Long aUcyvilIe and Weiseport to :5'imthfield:: and Ccld Spring: bent, to Cadiz.Union MillWayne From Addison, Pa., by Selbysport and ;s-"t: 'i.:
Mfc'y's Saints Peter's, Pugltr>xxn and Vincent and .",jo *:tile 1! to Columbia.' Tulpehoccan: -hierbburg Bethel and Cioss Mauch Chunk From Waterford by La Accident' to Oalland, onthe Baltimore, and U .'
t to Phceuixville. I From Philadelphia, CenshoJiooken) : Nnr1 Kill Mills to JameMown.1'iom From St-oudsburg by Analornink Henrys- Columbua, Lottsville, Sugar Grove, Ohio Railroad. ....: {I :Ij\...
: From Moslem bv. Il uixtown to p,illce. ;1 ri'-t.\\'II BtiJg"'ort.: | Port Kennedy, \'aU-.')' Heading by TucKertonn Maiden and ParaJUe Valley to New :Mount Pleas. mui Bustle to Jamestown: N. Y. and Lit. From Aumpolls by Millersville Crowns- ': :: 't' .
town. ;i forge, Ph. Hu.n s's ford, LianrfoLI ('re*.k, Aioltown t Vrghisiillu: and Klines\ile! ant. From Watervilie! by Garr.-tsville yule. and Patuxet, to Annapolis, Juno:1. : ',. ,.
FromNount riragant b McKean't Old Po !L' 'lnt\rilL' L.iumai'iun, (t.> iVati"rop-xiIle.! .. by Snydersville fen I lie Pine C eek. to Texas. .' j (-
} i ; Pudge, :tfclowii "I' i From Stro-idsburg Columbus and ttuo. .-t... .
s.i'td'cst Newton Gambles; )bUOlIgLhf-:1! Biiilae1! OM *, Reading Tuckertoun! Mui.rt-I IVoin: Ile.iiiing:t by Stonersville Brumfsoldvile nersxillp! Kunl.leton, krcsgeville, nsd Little From Wnti!-burg "y Way.ie: From Annapolis to Broad Creek. : .t:. p.

: .Clty Ginger: Hill ard Dunr.ingsxille to %VaibIkIflgnn. ;i \il1.: Lee''jt',iit, Hamburg Port C1iot* :,, Au. Enrlxillu! GroAhxillu; Boyerstnxxi 1'cckUville j jI (Gap, to Lthigh Cap. Laporte. to' Pittsfidd.W,.lsvilefectulleund! !! From Ajmapolis; by Church,St. Margarta, 4'.3.4" :.. P.
1 : j| burn, v\iyfcbjrfc'. ; ', and Schnvikill* Han, i tt> !.. ebtoukdale, Dale and Seisholtxill /.j From StrouJsbur! ;;, ly Analornlnk: Price- riom Waxerly Lenox.by; V.'jjtfrKfi'c, Parapico Meeting House to Ifolu'm 1 t .
II ?'l tons JornMow'.1 ?JtflVrinnuille. > fairview PottS\il!". !| -< to Hereford.FHMI I burg Ca 'esx'Hie, Smith: :sterling.: and East Milliar.Jsville to GaLs I m,' : '
t <1]"ft' t-IJnOIl.(1 KrMje HchWiuk'storto; I I| FMMII I Philadelphia] by Ri5; ,m, :\Ii'jo i } :. I Reading l II\' Beckrr&x Joanna furimce Sterling 10 Steiling. i From Wellsboro .by Pine Creek, Sweden II'ine Fron Baltimore by St. Dennis Elkride, :''':r',04.:*l,....
PennFhur.. Tic rejc.i,1 .*i.inerxille( Mncuugie, tnuii, Jenkintoun ,Abington( \ illo\ (;ru\e, :Moigantoxx'ii Long W:,!Iut' Uxxchlund1ionxille : i From SroucJihurg to aJlnr-hurg. Mills Wet Ptk Cushingville Roulette Burt. Landing AnapolU Jnnction Savage Lanres l ;31i.lory !l t'
and 1reyJeto.zi I .oSleMiHe.I U olsulfn! \Varritg.'u. Ivle-tow'. lanlo.l'unhtea'd. and West Whiteiaed to West Ches. From :Stroudsburg by Shawnee TreiMej t j Lymansville CowdeN ort, B.,lt \ie:: and BLadensburgtoWash.'S: }"
From .Muncy bv Wolf Run Hunter: ., louyh! .ill.-. Piperb\illt. OIt't\ilIt,! ,, : k'r' vill" and Turn's to Bnshkill I vile un i Port Alleghany to RmUbport.Fra.u Crook. iugton, D. C. '-.t:: r" .
"Charletown; ,
}I11.J[i! GroEldrt"d'ilIe" Campbellsxillo, an*. Bnckill! J Kwalnerisvilltf: UUI ham Hcigksvilk From Reading to Ceiger's Mills.' I From Summit by Portage Wilmore, ad Welhboro ai-J Creek to Rut From Baltimore, by Laoraville, Cub Hill .Ii 1"J: F:,
lliverlnuille to New Albanv. I and Uhlcrsville, to Euton. From Heun!-town h Schoeneck, R' inhudsxillc ;. Summer Hill!! to Johnstown. I sd Cretk Tioga, Rally fork Meeting House, and fallston, to Bell 5U" '\ '

from Nuncy bv Hughfcrille; Eaglcsmere, From Philadelphia, byeltfiuille/ fox Chase an.i (.'ocalico'to u.efrI.'Jslnwl: From Summit: by F.behsburg! ArmahBlairsxille laud. Gutb es. Air.From .- ..).. '.f '
Cnester "
rt-I West Downington
\-ewLaport: in Dushore. 1 Huntingdon Valley, Son el I HdibP I Davi&xille1 I Illichtlow'a From Reaniblown bi: 'I'erit I Hill to Church. : New Alexandria Harvev's Fi From Baltimore by Govanstown to Tow. ".': 4' kia.I.1j :
Manor Rockxille Honey
.From Money by Block Hole, Road !Hill!, :; Newton<< iind iJulington, t>> '1':1\.,'. town.' Points SII"'r1CrO3S Murrysville Moiioevilh silk!' Brandj-xvine Blu Ball New Holland, sontowo. .J',1 tfd
*> bite Deer AUira Elirn port IS'iItaiubiillf)! ,, : lurb\ie.:; !! From Rhurg. Urook Beartoxxn !?Durlach Brickerviile I From Baltimore by Harrisonville, North '.:; ; .
aad Nippoiose to lersep Shore. From Philadelphia! by Kensington, frank.'I to Leek'Mill.I I From Sunbury, 1 Snydertown. and Rash-, Uinkleton and Ephrate to Hummels- Brance, freedom Porters, (franklinville Wind- .!.:.1"t. '
Conxvail
From Nfcrrom>>burg New YorkTay Ashlsnd ':ford, ilundo, and Bublleton, to S p uns\lvaina!. to Honesdale.rrom ton. '' \'iJeudIICIIS'ilIt! to Mill' Creek. From Sll jnr Vauey, by: C:1 ,"i 1 forest Iron: town. Marshalton, Emhreiille niun Bridge, to Uniortown. t,
.. JSJazareth Northampton county by I From Philadelphia, by fills. ofSclu\lkill; ;; !From Ri-igk-sville !by U I'Jcr Black Eddy, Work toVhute Deer Aiill- 'I From Unionville West, Chester D"e by Run Gum,Tree. From Baltimore by Woodbury,' %Washia: i. ; # I t
.
.Mortesburg to 'Wale j Mnnayunk, Leverin:.!ton, AndoveHarreti I g f\\tllla,: Pint Pleasant Lnniberville'C'utreli From SLOJ tJw'J, by Uaxiil-xilK-( John- L'ocl.ranville irusst-lvlle! Hoyesville! Oxford, touviUe, Brookbnd, Ellengoxvan, Cock- : !
From : tl; )
New Briabtonby Brighton Baker Hill and Plymouth Meeting, tn Norri- I I J' c La1lLt.ts'illeew Hope Broxxns'iurgNlorsville I
J town. [Io ewell CollOQ NV'orks, Brick Me 'ting, eysvilie, Waterman's Mills, PhHopolis,Munk- r.:
Hank Irish \ 1 und Dili -ilsMlIe, .ind ;>
Ripple to Newcastle. Yardieyvil'e to Trenton, From StoystoM-, by !
I town. I Sun Princi- tOil Mills, Shrewabury, P.aktonVbite Hall
D:1.1 House Md Rising farmington. t
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From New Bethlehem by axhrawood to From Philadelphia by West Phihd..Jj..h, \ J. vidsvi'le:l to Johnstown.
I I : and Battle Swamp to Perryaville. freehand, New freedom, Glen Rock Pa., Sev- :J
Reifkbunr.Piym .
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N wer.M\ by Pulakia West 1 Upper Darby, Haverford, :\cwtou. $q'fLl"1; I I horn Rehrersburg to Wollebertstowe and From SyUania, by Gra\'a Valley pio From WVt: Chester by Thornborg Dil- Valleys: York, Hall am, acid Wrihtoville, to ;;r It.
Middlesex WiHiams'own Inn and 'Millto\\n. .I"'IIt Zion to Lebanon, Mainsburg, to MantfiId. 1 .
Shajon CUrksville West Edg"njont, ,. otutiiwn and T llttJviU eDel( ) to WilminG.tOil. Columbiu. U1'OJ
Greenville Tuskhanock } :
to '
to Went Chester. I unit Rehrerbburg to Woln.rsdorf h From Sterlingville! by Lynn :
Jamestoxvn and othr intermediate offices ::, } I From Baltimore by Avalon Ilchi.-tar Mills,
5irard. to From Philadelphia, by Rising Sun, to Oeiniantuxvn. -' ShutTiue'b Storet Depot. I' From West Cluster" and Pnoli to Philadel Ellicotts Mills Alberton, Woodstock, Marri- )a ..
; From NWras IH by Edingbuig Hittsville. I I From Rochester, by B-'\ver fallstown I II From Sumneyioxvn by Hosensack, andEmail's ottsville, SykesvilleHood'..'.Mill.Voodbine., ifJ, ,
Lowt11t' From Phi'ad..lrllia to Spring Garden. I Brighton oud Irish Ripple to New Caste, to Allentown. phia.From r Parkesviile Hamor. Adamatowa t;
;Hie: and Poland!: Centre to Po West "ter by Mount Airy,Monrovia Ijarasville, .{
t land From Ph.<"nix\illcbv" Kim bert;:., Chester I I Fiom Rome l))' Noit'i Orwell Weot: Wind- From Tafton, to Hawley. town Kenr.ett'9, .-vtuare to Landon Grove. Point of Rodu Barry Wevertoo, Keep TrisU ltJi ,..
Springs, West Vincent: rsh. Morgan'iwri' ,I ham. Nicholas N. Y. iid Canfield Corners,: From Tamaqna by Lindersville, JeanvilkJiazietoil GosheaYille and DufiJd's ""'i
From Newcastle! by Chenango aad Werlemberg ChurcLtown 1 From WeH Chester by Harper's ferry, Va., !Kerneysrille, ; S
t to North Sexxukly. hand Bare\iIle, Goodville, Blue Ball New Hoi- to Smithboro. Drum's Albert, and Hendritksbutgto Sugar Town to Paoli. Van Cl vesvilfe! Martinsbirg, Sir Johns ROil [ t .
Leacock, and Eden Village, From Rome by North llama to Sheshe- Wilkesbarre.: j I Greenriile Jamestown Creek
From Newcastle by Eastbrook to Harienslure. to Lancaster. I t-Mim Wtnt by North Mountain, Sleepy Bridge, Alpine J.f '
and Ma
quin.From .' From Tiogaby hIm' nond Creek, Af1' -,iII,. Hartstown North :bhnnaugo: Line Depot, Hancock, Md., Cacapon Depot, -
From; New Castle, by Mare, New Bed. town From, Brower Phcenixville Mount,by Setzler's Store, Potts. Rosevilleby Chandlersville to Mains. pie Ridge to Seely Creek N. Y., '! \ii b. Mid. Unit, to Couneautville. Orleans Pawpaw, Va., CaeaponsrUIe, forks .U .

ford and PblaeH, to West Middlet) >ex. <'I Reading. Airy, and Robeson, to burg- From Tionesta, by Howe, to T diun- l'...HD West Middletown by Patterson Mills Potomac, Gr;'easprin? Ran Oldtown Md, I t

; F'ow' New Columbus, by Town Line/I From Pike Mills, h by Pike From Roulette to Ceres. c:110; Creek Village Eldersville:: Burgetts- and Patterson's Depot, Va, to Cumberland, l fr'
"*"eyvUle, and Muhlenburg to ShichphinHaoovcr Hector and Sabmsville Valley Mixton, From Rutland by Elk Rnn to Mains- tee.From Titusvillo by Enterprise, Davih; t'jxysi: Clinton; : Seveiilx, Six, and Service, to i,
'
II tp Westfield. and Chandler's Val I Md.From m f;
] Y'oungsville
From Pine Crove to Tremon. burg. Settlement 11isoko; \\n. I Baltimore, by RassrHIe, Havewooo\ t',
from Xw HHlegv/ Pcnnsbnrg From Pine Grovehy Lower From Russelburg by Beach Woods to Sugar Icy- te Sugar: Grove. From West Newton, by Buena Vista, Magnolia Perrymansville Ha&'a Croea Road t .
Spinnt"nLoWU MilfOrd Mahantongo, I Grove. From Titusville by Holland, to Per- Y'ohogany, and NcKeesport,to Pittsburg. Havre de ftTiice t
Jjquare, btdusburg Gralz, Berryburg and Elizabethtoxvn grace Perryville Priaeipio, I ; :
to to Millersburg. Alba .
Grasville
COoperlDurg. Cross Roads by Poke Run, From West franklin, by ,to
t J I I FromSalem rv Charle town, Northeast, Elktoa, Newark i
I from New LondOlt, by Wait Grove, to From to New Holland. :North Wahingtod Crawford Mills Shearer's From Titnsville by Eagle' and Spring Dt4., Christiana, Staaaton Newport-V;'U.,, i '-
1 Jennetvi Piquea .. Cross Roads Leech burg freeport Saroers. Creek to Columbus. From West Penn, by M.ihoningto; Lehigh. mington, Cla nont Marcos. Ho4>k, PM... Onester :. ,
From C ins t'1
I Perla'lOlen From N'ozi'to\"n, by fnin-iew Vllllngft,I Fiom Pitston Piquea, by Ramsom to Gap. villo asd Saxenburg to Buller- From TituBville-by Sugar Lake, to Mead. 'tim, From West Port, up Kettle Creek, byLt'idy and Leipersville Phib! tlplii.. t
ferry, by falls
Bridge, Sd.weatk' Rt ri'9 P'nf. and From Safe Harbor by Couestoga Mar. villv. Cross fork, to Kettle Creek. From Baltimore bj Denton.bet Ea.toata f: '
La Gr, Tr.nkhannook.
Hereford to
burg, LionviUe,fnCtlIgi: and: "1'rtUo'n ,\. : "iVoni nge: the Lide of the tickville Mount Nebro und Rawlinsvillo to Fram by Morris Wellsbsro Chatham Vol. : From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by Camden Cambridge. 4
: to foglt'I."ille. PittKburjj oqei plank Buck. Little Marsh Knoxville and Webtfield to i New Jersey, Woodbury, Carpenter'sLauding From Baltimore,by Hodblow PlkeanUe ,
From Norristown, bv orriton\'i1le W",. road by AllrgS.any! Perrybville'.. t..xurd Ze- From S.ife Horbor to Martic forge. ley Pine Creek i : Glasaboro', Siitersville, Franklin- Owing's Mills, Reistertown. Jtakahorg( Cash '
CtStcr1 Skippaek Salodym; Su(nnevtown lieuople, Haimony \\ J.i l'down p.ospectCcutreil1o From Sugerstown by Cassoxxago and Tftwonda Highland Burling vile, Malaga, Millville Port Elizabeth, Leea- town, Gra tdimuaand fayeVenUe, to.

''Willia.m&Upper HaDO\'er' Hereford Lung SWI1UP; and. lin. Harrievilljaud. Wesley to frank Crossingx-ille! tc Elk Creek. ton From, West Burlidgton by East Troy,. Taoy burg, Ewin -'a. Neck East Creek, and Dermisville Chamb.rrg. "

l"rczn Store' to Ku tUG\ru. From Piltsburg by Snrgeon's Hal), Gill, From Sagerstoxvn, by Cassawago, and Sylvania, and Sullivan, to Covington. to Maurice town. Fnjm Barren Creek 8nap. by Qoantieo .. .
XorrUtoWD, bJ'1\orntaO\'iIIe.P.-nu', Hall Rundells to Coneautvillv.}) From Philadelphia,Pennsylvania, by Camden and White Bawa,to PriDeai Ann' :-
Burlington,
tquar., Warceater, Skippock) I Library finUvsulle, Monongahda! Citp Fnyn Towanda bv Highland, New Jersey, Chew's Landing Black. From Barren Creek
.
Sulford\il1f' Spdngi,by Sharptomi
,
, "'fh1t\'to.. .. to and" Bentlyvitle to Beallsville.l From Scbu'lk.Jlllaven;!! by Minemillo to East Smithfield North Smithfield Bentley i woodiown, Cross Keys, Tuckahoe, D not- to Laurel ,
P rvlQ I -loiu Pittsbing, by Temperanceville Rem. fremont. Creek, and Rridgeburg, Wellsbarg New
orci town Goihen Dias Creek Green Cre.k fish
,bJ' Jeffcroi1IercrkioI(: vile, [To is Corrrtsnre]
t !"gton f-yctteSLirlaridNonhSur: Bavington From Schwcnck's Store, by frederick York,
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creditNui the prenrses. 11 ey have fallen, NEWS FROM TIlE EAST. The Result. Squatter Meeting in KansasBelow _' ,. : _'Q'. AIIII'-

jfInri Mm & Jonrnal.ip ia\uth We need not the official voto of the v.irj.ous says the! Charleston Mercury. will A strongly n-rittcn-communication
but it i their 'lace (o. the foe. The- GLORIOUS RESULTS appe .,
the be found the account of meeting in this A
for a in
Counties( authority assuring: IV Augusta amide
-- : -" tertian of G. Sni s is somo little balm' ti' f &ntmd

TALLAHASSEE : their brcisedNimb," nlthoffih the fat t i? The] Enbtvrii mail this month : ennws fra-tlite'd, \i'h Democracy oPthe State that the lion. .\. E. Territory, in which the old subject Slavery the l know No thing organization. \\agin tile t

indisputable that they are indebted to demo. 4 rhr 'l ng intelligence. MADISON COCSTT hna rolled up MAXWELL has: been re-elected to Congress.Thence .- wns brought up, discussed, and, if we trust t Whig pal.ty of tile North is resorting; tI.
fur ilaxxvelUi 881 I elected Dr. ERIXSOXlo t
I E a mnjoiity
Saturday, ktobcr 7, 1831.r crats for even that much. the Senate over L. whit (n_gam.) Pore democrat / i is known beyond a peradveulure' as I the :Iuolut.ntHI peremptory tone of the first tho i isniis of the day to overthrow DenjJ

.._.-- _. I nrul LAXGFORD. whig to the' H<.u,e-.no change. the returns already( received sufficiently indieate. Resolution, forever decided. The letters published cratic party and make war upon the r>rjn '

Mr. R. C. WILLIAMS I !hsi heN 1" associated The abovo was issued in a slip on Tues. I The whig canJulnte gets in'by only 3 votes. A flitf1J His pl:1jOl.rlj" will'! be large-varying in the Northern papers ting .1 different pies 1 of the Constitntion I it Is pleasing to *J

: with the unJcrfigUfl 1 a.j.imt Pixiprictor t'f the Pionnus day. The vote of tho County was ctl'idiIIycounted lm> tent u. the official count, ns follow : from seven hundred to a thou allcl. The people tune, and arrogantly predict that Slaverywill Whigs of the South bold enough arid

it JOVE.NAL fr.,m niui After tb. ht Octubir inrtnut Congreai.-MftXM-t-ll, 4S7 slink before the emigrants of Abo defend 'flbral,
have thus endorsed his course, exhibiting away enough, to those principle
and slightly .
: OIAULE3: E. DIKE. on Thursday, varies Brown 849 Ul.fOtt
their approval of his acts in a manner not to lition Associations. Tlie contest between to party what it may..
.. ,- from our figures, but without aff-cting the rno"gacb vie.J '-
general result. 83Senate. be mi -taken. Mr. MAXWELL has labored these two opposing elements will bo closely tho writer in the. Chronicle dc Sentinel fc *

Mr. WALKER for State Register had no .-fli in on.?(fleto .. 871 883L faithfully: zealously and honestly to serve watched by the whole country. Hand to whose cowmunmcatj&extract n wemake tie foBL 'H
*, "big, -
opposition. lie received 405 votes. his constituents, and they have: shown their hand the struggle will come between right :. ..' THT ."'S,

t The ote on the Removal question was 12 appreciation of his services by again placing and aggression-between the North nnd the ('ne of the missions of KnOW.Nothi .

.J<- neatly: unanimous in the negative, there being llotsc.-P'p. elem., 406kLetrv. their interests in his hands, with an emphatic South. And we hope that the hardy and is said to be to break down the Dtmo r

: 1ZfI ."1 .- 745 against and 5 in favor of Removnl. bugflrJ1'. dent 11 t,, .- .- 879 SB'S WELL PoNt" The result is no more thanwe true sons of the South, who have chosen party. As, a member of the Wbi part, I
have been all
Tho following i is the official vote : Ser, *&2 expected. At the beginning of the CanvaB their homes in those distant forests, will holdup the I same abortive, my, and political until. life. engag-1\1 i tl.

JJ. The Drmocracy cf Mntliaon have *t1ae.lioblyon ,-we looked op'n[ his election as certain, [ to us at home an example: higher than we say patriotic effort. This sodden recently I ana

I tie CotigrfMional vote, much lu-ttpr than and at no period since hae we doubted for I Igavo, of ;lesolution in die defence of our destroy it, comes eta Juncture that dfalrt. ..:
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I I : In Sfi2, Mr. CABCLI. had! ft ma- docs not
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I xias exprctcil.
I a moment the i issue.In rights and liberties. May they teach the suit Southern men, at least until we

iiftWVfctl*: t _. I' .- 1 1.- joiity of 65 in the, Cornty-t1i ? majority! : if now 88 o'ir next we hope to be able to furnish! whole South to battle for them. It will be a ply its place with a b-tter. It is caeuIS)
$ : e ; I Mailik
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__ ; ; the oihrwa\-again of 153 Sunly : uentitled
-- 1- \ : If nur readers with like the memorable lesson, and it cannot be learned to arouse suspicion, that it it made just at
:. -. I .c.-f- 1 _- \ E I:31.be'1";: to nhrarty) 'THREE TIMES THEIE. Theelictin something ( complete time when the Northern Whigs, a

100 GUNS FOR LEON t-x. ': :: !i !: %_ of Mr. Mi-LrAsr was all ibat was necilfrl to (:1ft. vote. For the present we give them: such I too FOOD.Th oughly corrupt and denationalized being thor.

f w ; i1 (0"p.rr.<: ;i I I I I I i r I I I Me us tu write Ke-ilcemeJ, KcgeueraUJ .bJ Disen returns as have reached! us.IIAXWELL. SquAtN-rs (>f Kunsna held ft meeting on tIle 1stiJlotnllf. fotced to rely upon Northern Democrats, we Ira
Maxwell I I miles: fr-m F-rt Leavenwortli.ConmutUf .- for
: : \ 1 2J2, a 9 s a424rrni'ir. t.r1e'J) F' about three
; I the
i Bno\\ preservation of Ihe
": :f 1 4 GLORIOUS DEMOCRATIC VICTORY 1 Ii.4 17'.I sW27.i923 12 l 81 4 10 22.35! : The pp"uit<-d tu gi\. cxprt-s "n to the Constitution, the Ua.
..4t'ei'b1,: I I'I I I I I I I I ICln'i@li.cn'l I Leon, 424 355iudsd'n viewS; .>f ti e in ting -p.rted twi sets t.( r.""IiitMiiis. ion, and of private rights. Break it down,

; ,; :3V ::1'12pOj| : 211i'2'1 i 2;::' Columbia. ( 43 lUlj.Wnkutla Tilt rt-poit i-f th,* majority was rejttie.1 aftrr a hiigdrbiite. arid! we should be doubtless well helped! ly

JfcUuvlr, rnjoriy833 Democrats! :5052 I !11 1,1\11 2 i'"I'I'I' J :t1I COIUMBIA hn* crowned hereelf. with gl r!. She 10 13jJ and that' ,-f the iiiuii-iiiy adopted. Tbe aenunt Northern Know Nothings. The Southern

Elected to the House : 49jll110;! ;; 2 I 426.! 81 2'3CR 1iVMAXWLIL a large tote. milt a large iruj} r .rl' 864 from which we d-py, p'wi to s.iy: Whigs are still the 'loyal and
vi-ry 1'50 n, 122MadiSor true
Ficlwr, flti I 4'-l951 1 11 ,II I 4 9251 1 8.,62. !: There beiiiR a dw.ire n. the .pail of*>me peraoiwprevnt men th l
After a most animated contest, the unierrified" S'line. IPS,'! 8'2733; : 1027US' ,,1010 010,23;:368 itv._ mid i-ler tl.fi entire Democratic ticket to ti'Legi1ature. ), 437 340 to nseeitiia how nmuy AIIOiu"lii@.rs: i>r Free have ever been, and their fortune is mine, to

Leon have 11'.t'rraru.J '' 727Jfli52.1, ::* ; ,1.' 71 v 22o2!.:; "\Vcflio' indebted to a fiitnd fur the re- Columbia, 529 333 ai"il'rll'd priBriit. the sense "f the meeting wa takfti it !lead! not back to fraternization withth.:
; Dimocracy of emeiged' C'Oinartie, 174, 725S21525'10| I 8j 6'lft,22'3-l', ) .,It an Allow! : as to "hfther Kansas chould be Slave of FreeTerritory. Whigs of the North. But :when l\al6\\-ut.

... ;-4 from the struggle with VICTORY perching upon Jlllrra.l1'3.. &.24 24 17,2il0., ; 8j, CJl'.i' 22.32! Cvngr .8-MIxveU, l 29 1924 1337 Kalians Wing. All lundc tL *e u r slnvr reM-nt! State t% I..were were to-qut''It'cI favorable! to to Dixon's line is passed and I seek 'to '. 1i .

: 'F : the-ir Hanm'r! Mr. MAXWELL, our noble It will )lie seen from the above that Mr. Brow, 833 These figurcs are rfficial, except Gadsden.They rnbu their, haii'ls. A oxiutlf number of LuiuU) wEre lands with one in the spirit and pride oft

,. L( Representative, hns r'ct.iredrm jl1'iy: ofSO MAXWELL has; icccivcd n mnjoiity: of 89I IOC show for MAXWELL: of nu'ed in rr(>p.iwe to the cull. All llx>?e 19eIt ,'h<> brother and. an American, I must seek in the
I I n majority lvhroLle! Kai.sa made free r'nks
I to being Statewere
were H of the Democrats for while few
Inch is a gain of 23 on his vote in 1852, which is n gain of26on his majority int! Sel1lt"r-C'nnco Pi-ro. 413Vriht. I 5S7, and a gain, compared with his retain in I requested to make it niauit'ett by a "inu'lnr! figti. the noble spirits of those; still linger a arnnnd of
when he beat Mr. CABELL 63 in the ; But four in that vast favora
asjt-mbly
Cuunty. 1 :.2. \ ; Whig. 404 I jfrscr.5 were
1 1552, of some five hundred In addition, that icr." the Constitution to protect and defend it fa
to
4 This is a splenaid ttiumph Huzza II uz. ILl. mo. moments of perils we look i in vain to find
,
arid
1 29fllUaIflt we have reports fioin Jackson, Washington, The mcetifig adopted a preamble resolutions en.
r :!! GLORIOUS AXWS FROM WAKtLLA I\un Alachu.i and) Duval of further (approving and pleo'ginsr! themselves, to support tbe gaged in the same patriotic cause, one soiita.Whig. .
4'6Hif..f..lI. large gains "Knusu "
Out of the 4 members to (the House tie _. I .present' orjfniiizatH'iu-f Squatter ism-fety, .
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: > t'M MAXWELL. Jackson is and ,their latt' und iintiona.! until altered annulled
reported as gh.ingI ? r< or Let that without the
4 Democrats e-le'ct 3-no change. This i is a A lend nt Newr<11 t sends us tin1 O1:1jnl Hull. \Vhig.. SG* by' the citizens (if the rritury. Tbe prominent us hope aid of secret
3.' .. O-ttui. SC8 BROW only 31, and Duvjil only 10 majority.These political societies, from the debris left by the
I regulations and thus endorsed the folloTtii.g !
principle are
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lies from three Wakulla follows
timmjili, ) equally: r.s: great as in the vote for precincts ns conflict of
: From nrlflt1I'rlf'l\t1"II1, .n the f.lln'ig! was n-eeiveJ, I reports wo believe to be reliable.MAXWELL .- : factions, we may find sound 01& t
't!.: :' Coigre for t'.ie tenson that the Whigs I : giving th-j Kratifvltig; intelligence!! that DI1\'AII.nll! been I is snid to have 100 in Washington Tl.Rt Kansai T rritrry (and aj a consequence, the terial sufficient to build up a party resoluteto !
I
Pt. ''I made the most herculean efforts to carry their Xevvpott, for ?'I.'AXWELI" 30( mj.St. ni-nrly rm-ui-d fnun xibiirijeiy. BROWS'S meagre ma and about the same mijoiity in Aluchua.His .- State Bi of stave Kmij.i territory.) of right thuud be und thereforeFIZAIL stem the torrent of fanaticism which} tlirea.

ticket, and Air the* Democrats to hold: their Mnks 21" j.'iitv in Piival is n 'tr.JdllC"1lI111' ntary et'n the That every free white citizen (if the United State, tens to overwhelm us-to preserve intact the
Benhaden 1 1:2: .' election i ii thiTefori1 placed )beyond contingency Constitution, and to render indivisible
Lr' :: own:1S doing well indeed.The mode nnJ manner 5n which the opposition ambttodnmag ocr the} a"; of mty-nne yenrs <>r the bead (If A the Un.
by a mij"rty: greater than has bei-n, I f..ii.ily.i\ entitled to a iJrl'.nJpti"1Ilpn'! any unuccupinl ion of these States, cemented by the Mood of
with that
MAXWELL the If County.ALLIGATOR.
; $if4LWV I r- Vote, tinofiiii.il: from all the precincts, 69 people ( received by any cniulidnU-fince the first State: r.ovtrninir.t land within the Territory. the patriots who have gone before us.
& Oct. fi.'ISSl. That tit, rot recini'e tbe ngbtcfany Hitler
: i it reported as follows : For A. R. COOMBS, the Democratic candidate ;: Is.ii. we These secret organizations, political l or tf.
: Dtnr S'r:-In mucl ha'te I write that Mixw[; \irmajority election in when Mr. YULEK was elected to select more than one claim of a quarter station.
: h'J : For Congress : for the Lcgiblatare, either) iu Jil 0II name or in the name of other per- IFgioos, arc not indigenous to our soil ; the,
.s in tlii) County is 196. nnd our \tlu-e! Democratic -. over PUTNAM byoine) 1200. are transplanted from colder
our olime
MHX\n'JI l, d.em 421 11'1lt ; tier
: Brown whig, 335 .Newport, 31 mnj. I uketle< ted to the 'pi.hiture. Jii Aht(bua.Mnxwcll I Hint t tbo io.livMnal who shall blaze! the lines of bit belong to the order of fungi and excrescence,

-, St. Make, 16 : i is ahead 8fi 4 \.411. an.l in Duvnl Krown) sets Massachusetts Democracy. cl.iini an I put up a teot. III' cumineiu-e tIle erection ,.f with which the people of the North disfignrf

; 4'1 fienlintleu, 8 mly, It) majority nn-l tl.. two I.Its4rriI$> /i iil lJJaUIII I[ Toe Sentinel of the 3d. am ng; its o'her a cabin by Lyinjj a foundation und bill lww by 1iiflCtisI human nature and libel! their Crefor.'flj .
SO hi* int., nt ion of prosecuting his claim, shall be
fur the House: nre elected and Liiincstoninly' beaten articli'S has relative the Massichu do not suit the genius of We
4jr .fanciful one to de .n-ed tie ti! >t actual etltl'tr. oar people.
For Assemblymen! : 55 I by lOv.ite*-(tloiti-us' triumph 1W tl.e Dtim.cmcy !- j' nnd Slan'r.Hut I Tl.ut. to entitle! nilp..ril'li tn the pr"teetion of the should be as we have evpr been, generous
: et9! Demociavy
: '
; Dm.-Chtietio, 397 Two or three other precincts to he beau! i The mail waiting (''II me. | !;-ci,t\'. I Ii" tolaJl, re;uti r hi, elaim: with the nearest to the needy and oppressed of other lands
,. itilbraith; 370 YiAir fi..nclll'uJ., I| how does the ,icndor imagine: that that hect : renter .'f thla s-x iety. sgu the coiiititiition of tbe aa and assail, have .
as we dune
ft which) always
will
cm, ) reduce these majorities: but our enenies
t'Ar nnd ciKif-'im, the ftrulatiou: f tbe Kim
-b i'.iittfl. to t>
; I
Ch.'iires, 3C7 ,! undertakes to make out its case ? Why, ,: with an open front and in the light of
.
cnnnot it is said!, prevent th election of I fin* bq'iatter S"eiu'ty.I
}; V6.jJ.;." Fifber.IVh'.gs 304SCO Cou'MBiA COUNTY, Oiolcr 3. 1854. in this way : Its turn to the old fik-s of th- I That, 1111 tlii -cirly embraces; nhie-teuths fr the I II day, and not with the weapon of the asaastiu
/ ujv -*.*"wi -Shinp, COOMBS or the County going for MAXWELL!; C. E. DTKE. Eorj- 'I pnperandrrjHW/Kf/ thcirc'-lamnsncou- i present settler! of this) Territory we are ei.titled tvj and under cover of night.Seminary

; &>; Ha wnrd :352 j by some 40 majoiity. Thi County gave .. j I n-ul will .-x<*(' '|" the rffcl.t) of rxeMntj\ frc:m the Ter-
i' J15M. T e ir ju1>le of resolutions r.doptcd in 1649. and then '. i-thuwiee .inj. infhvulunl indij
| rt"-\ nr juuaVl ; any or
Cromaitie, 339 I C.\ ELL 14 majority in 1652, and sent a ticket U elected! in this) County. and Mr. Max- for the West
I II without giving the slightest intimation of the.t vi-tuals wh< I1IU y ootne among m nnd by act. o>n'pir.icy. -
j
Sp Murray, 321 I Whig to the HotiEe. If COOMBS i is electrd, will H now ahead, of G(.\'. lirown 1'.!. and Crd; rCieektobe ;, or other ilf! ,:il montu, entice way our slaves! or DEAlt SIR :Regarding you as a friend to the path

i-- These: fibres show tho election of JlCIRI liait'. j of which we think there is no doubt, it is n II IIi heard, ) fri>rn. wJ.idlII a democraticnjHJiiity limf of their adoption, presents! thrm as evidence ''cl'inflestintly ittti-iupt, in any way or form to aficct'our lie gooil. anti jour paper the moet efficient vehicle ofgeurral
:
of
:;7J"4.! GALHKAirn, and CIIAIRES Democrats -, Democratic gain.P. of from 15 to 20. Su' you 'Ir\.ire that C- that the Democrats of Massachusetts! rit.t. |'r 'feity ID the ei.mi- intelligence amocgst the c.tizen of our State 54,

i?''.: $$4 and SHINE, Whig. The vr.te is BO -- luiiibii) I111 roll up for Mr. Maxwell a majority (1 are no more sound and liable on th Nebraska I[ ask the publication! cf the following notice-.that Or ,

close! however, between Messrs.f CU.UHES, I S. Since writing the above, a gentleman : 185 and pethips 195. Thi i ii n Commentary upon :' and Slavery i issue i-i 1654 than th* Vermont the- vote for governor stands ange Hill i. a candidate for the Seminary to be lees

4 I from Pawtuxet has the) cour-e of the" > -ulIlicl1 <'( Mr. CIL..JIlIlf5! CIJ- very neaily as i f.HOWE :-Chirk, democrat, ted Wett cf the Suwaonee River. The claim of Jua
: ; FISHER fuLl SHINE that the official count just cnl'ed: and given : Northern Whiys Study the organ must
tr.i'0 lumliia Mr. C. 22 Mr. M.it' ell.NOW '
I pave majority ovtr H" > fl 7 O '
I the vote of thnt | i 15,300; 'l.'l : illll. ,6 ; 'tt"rinti place are-
us precinct and nt Sopehoppy: have counted largely the ignorance of
will i be* determine! which ; upon
necessary to one elugie Mr.I Maxtull 1S5. or ptihaj' ( B 105 niajoiity i 1400. The democrats ul'Jr aJnoi. nl.-Lrc 1. Its ctiitrnl po. .f.inr . ;
;'t:4i, of l\\s\\ three is l left out ; but wo are inclined I Pa ':It!. Soprhoppy. over Gov. Brown. I leave th. impartial to its rcadeis in i's disreputable attempt t to palm 'II/ Xebraha dHlJaaf"arr throun tbe Suwar.nee Fiver and the Western bonier ohM
: over
:. to think that the three 1 lust democrats 'llrown, 52 12 '! judge.! COLUMBIA j I'lFbuch a nick without being: caught in the State ; .
: Itro thousand totes than Gen. Pierce
namtd, with Gen. SHINE are elected. Maxwell, 19 17 I Ij net. While in the!: abstract the democrats of; more re- 2d. Its healthfulness. This u provtl'bialaDd u

If CMI' I:totian ;0) eorlninl_v ,tlc'frnfcd, the ( Wnlker; 60 12 Jackson County. j Massachusetts, and iuJoed of t'uoviole! \\ccited in 1852, uhe-n his vote was 13,044, facts ore stubborn thing. it i is o&ly netesury-to MJ

i! Coomhs, 11 16 Tlie Whigs have: custainedihatmay; be'justh North be : and the united vow of Scott and Hao! was we never have climate sickness here. One family
Democrae-y of the County will it deeply. may ns much opposed lo Slavery
regret '
a Showing a majority of2S for BROWN, and (ll'l'."'lIiillntl'll:1 defeat in thi3 s'rong- : 30D-1. have resided here for twenty aiz yean.avenging fcrty
.. t as thc \Whig, it is positively unjust to
J lie i 111u'etllt'lI1
is i.tlcman of fine I'
a younjr g : prom. 45 WALKER the! candidate: ; In the house of or fifty in number and in all the time hare never had
ft |, Whig 'for As-1 I liulil of their J'lIt: Tliey Lad: c/mnUtl on ;, in the ranks with the !j representatives the democrats -
t Ie'vhli cniic'ty for seiving the people to same Ian; dies, tbe first ease of climate disease
; t'-: | scmbly, at these two precincts, )en'ingI.u.. i iiKijoiity of 1}(iO for (ov. 1'now.vlioreas, '| will have between 50 and 60 reliable ;
nnd brand nil nlike. The duTe're-nce between
advantage1. He will no doi.bt' be held in re- : I II 8J. Its water. This ia abundant, and U ptre and
: I WELL 41.Ct s ahead of BROWN, mid COOJJTW !lie Ita. received ahotit 40-a 1.'s' (if some 80 I members.We .
*' liiomVanc* 1Jj'is: party ntid: Ir.olicd to ns apror. : I I ''hem is, that n'though nil! nay l. opposed to sweet as ever flowed from mountain side. I inpjxx
I 10 ahead WALKER ns far ns heard from, in C'\HILLS *. I tic!, desire the impartial, reader to
::4 :,:incut sttndani be-aicr in future conteets : I \v)>tfs fill v-ti Tit"vliig ft' the institution ah-trniMly, the (ne party: rec- peruse there are fifty fine never failing springs of port frM

with t'.ie' the Count,. The other pn cinct, it is thought'' for Assembly is dl..tt-d( l by m.ijoiitii-s. i raitgiii"; oyiiijfS the ligations l of the COI. tit'tillll nsliiiuiiii tinfollowing from the Montpelier Patriot stone water within the cocopaM of two mOet;
# ) cippiti' : n. will give tbe 3 4 : I "TLc democracy have done much better than could 4th. Its peculiar pleasantness and beauty. Orarj
MgfteT583 ''- Whigs or nt.joritY.-Blil' ft OKI 25 t to 10. )1'ml"K'11Iljlll itV. OVer (:en.1ILT0N | nnd hence it dors not tll'!
,i f Tl.eVhigs Ire peifecth astounded andoverwhelmed. \ofOct.3. j j'i : :, oj-pe'se I\1:1, 'e been intirimtfd.| They have elected u.ore than Hill is elevated tome two hundred feet above the tor
$k. The of their \ for the t fIlh' i i.li'3.: Tli Dt-nio- ,)I Fugitive fclaie Lawor the u'lmission of I ;hir luual: iinii.lx-r ti m'lI.bin I.f ibe JiOt.t' and IlInt' and
untimely boasting rounding country. being only about twenty mil*
; h-ft the C"tnties tl.ey u: the
) re-1 ully smallest
: liave done fast I carry by
? orgrji, in its latt lick," had led manj" of1hrl MAXWELL'S! majority i i. 35-COO'IBS' 17.1' ci: ts nobly. They) arc Slave States, while the other pn ity denies these I ma/.riiu. C.'aik: w ill ha\ for governor a vote much from faIt water enjoys the most delightful summer

>' .* fnndly to imagine thnt they hadVm" ] Well done! Wakulla deeming llu-ir County. [ .itiiiga I ions and J exerts j its stieni'th i :IIIl I :11leals l.ijlrr than! ; the ni'-iiyrrl anticipated and one that breezes. The soil u dry and sandy ; and while our
fe4v? j j ': wil! i-otiiit, l.iglier than at> we hate
fvollediryear
y ?, urtmers are so pleasant the winter weather ia much
desminablo, ism
(the dcmncraey: ) sure cnougii. But 1111I6 t [ to every to circum- : eict-pt! that I.f hist September. The' band of the fu
Fo CIIUKRS \\ AKUI.LAVliav I miUer: than in other in tl.e
..The beet laid K-benies of met. and tuice: Gadsden- I' wry : ron '! fciiJi slavery nnd! ilebtroy it :tltll l'tlll'r.n 1 1it s,on: will! prove a ripe of"..tnd. The democrats who any place : same latitude.
aft I n-\\ s ,HiiTt fioiu this C"I1I'1If1 \'N1t.li.I'|i i I li.ixf; inrii viijoled; into the truclc-and-dieker will nl,infd Frequently we bare no killing frost on the Bill before
nglee.
TO Those thing*' 25 democrats taken A report has leached ns that the W .ig* bl! fli.-uncter, to tie! i-ffi-ct{ thit Walker will i is liei-nu.-e' of this mniked ,lilf'Icc: between I '!llt. zu-l: tlie whole thug will tuinbl! to pieces be. I IJ Chri'tma. Tile 'extent ofthe Hill is about thrw miles

"Ifi! ''' prisoners, (have entiled G.-idtde-n. by a small majoityj : be triumphant i-lwMfd, an I for, ( ;(1\'. BruwlI tho Nor the-n patties; that WI' say th- J f.-ie rtio'hcr: September. The d 7flCCruticpatg ha\ I by two. The growth. White, Red and Spanish Oak
; weir captoNnnd took them :IneIJII.. "t. f4I f voifi OH the pvpiilar and
;,. rose upon ptisoners" j on the Congrc& onal ticket, ami perhaps :i :it liitt10 innjoiity.: -Suit i nil, JuLuillc.i Not thieriu Demncrnts ore the most foutjii ;it.;ll l lreliable' ,,.' Tttitmbtiit in the ItjmlaiKie than in poll 1848, .
.,.r, in return, and behold the sequel The; have e-lccttd 3 out of thv 4 mernbeis to the Sept. 30, dad: Jet 3. : Tlte- South; ha* n ver deiiiai-tietl! .t.tNoiUnin li5: ? and almost every other variety of Evergreens, I

... Selli,1c1'8 bings remin-le-d us of Santa Aua's -. t tj Pnoor : Tl.--ijt r. j i Hcu={'. Iftl.isbe) tcliabV! it sl.oxvs n gain 11I1'11, Ib.lt they t-li"iilil :''(!",\( of i t
I f.itd!
C4II&LtI'.fI! I."* utterly : tll tbe main
bn11 tins before the battle of Cerro Gor. Maxwell : aoci-mplish :tb. Its remoteness from immoral influences. The
: "
for the 170 in thealiftrac'f All she n'ks is that f its uttitck lie aiiiiil.ilation! of the
opposition of 2 me-iiibets. asv cll as n Slave'v : j ihj t et t democracy.m .
baa been
I that orgsda
can or ever
I. d". l.'h.t" oId! coon1 had piepared in adta.icc Brown, 13.) I I : 'I tin-( party ul"1I| "I.idllh..y! forced the Nebraska 'only objection
: gain on the vo'e fir Contress compaicd: w ill- thiv shall respect thi* Con.-titntiiin, ; nrdiec-s i i-"u.. liiiit Dttt.allif cow out i.ff..e conle\t BETTER am.-t this place as a suitable site for the College II
of the battle of his -
flaming account j
a .. t the icsult in 16-52 whe-n! MAXWELL hind a i imajosity e'gnizy the Sontheiii Statrc is ecjuaN; l.avingto //< -// <-i/ i f unit cli-t ciiiittii if hen the oppntiinnu" ts interior location and want of population.

r' '!, douhl: ] ssvery much after the JALioti ... of 13 in theComity..-Slip Oct. 3. i .Maxwell's majority: 35 the |'0opl! (f the i.Il'il| il'lItIltn., :15 I tl 1:1': it ifiit'illire. iafur ,rti ryitittd! In I regard tli as an advantage.! The purposes cf a
of the following bulletin: put out froni Mlo: office 1 Coombs, Drm., 132V 1 1MU I! 1 "c.r. U-ateii by ne-arly 12.0u0.and had I just notcommercial but educational and
..* I 'I 1I Nebraska Pill dlll'. to detru! im> f for i theni- tint meiiibtr hi thtSti&uti'. unit about 50 m..mll'u of College :are ; eTtryDilly
;)c of the Sentinel; on Saiuday last: J Later I \ ; lkeif \\Iiig, 135 : the II..uIII t44 w wen- b..llt.l by neaily 13.- knows the dissipating and dangerous influencesto
'ol.t Ive'S whe-ther, will will .
intelligence
: ( lm the nbove. M they 01 not have Saveiy !
j
j J"lI. :uit.) I 1'141 I >..11.- 00 ineii.ber nf the H"n". In which youtb are exposed who have to be educated
: ,, 'Whigs of Leon. The: Whigs have elected 3 out of the 4 nH'm.f', Maj. for Coom1 17 in their midst ; and we wMi i to know, ;1 JMt ",. \".> l>e..ttii bv nemU 23 (\.1. anil h.id 4 amid the noise and confusion of commercial towns.-
: We've got 'me Good news from Miccr ;' 1!! e'l.U-r..* of thf S"I..rt'. ainl ub.ut 40 in the House.'In .-
i?: sukie-Capt. Win. P. Murray leading; on the' berg of Assembly% nn.l have: given G(,\.1'j 'I 1 )ho Stntinri't bulletins in future c'r.fl' viewing the c ni.atntive[ souinlci' ?s of the ;' 1 lt>52 \\\1-1..1.1'11, by nearly 19000. and j jU'54 iiw Here tilts society would be select; only so much ba.

$1r1 Whig Columns! -35 Dfmocrals tai"n prisoncrs :' BROWN :t n111J'lIit"n'pOI.I[ ] of 43.11'. uc rather EU6J.tCtiII be )looKfd upon \\ithi: two I VB'' ties in this )ligh'i if the Scutindh not 11 <- me }''''II L\.1tI.l'UO.auJJ.lv(' ) liver 50 mciii- sine** cruied on as the College necessities required.
A It.It. 'I he dcinufittcv ;41f Vermont are neither dead and Parent and Guardian would have the satUfac- I
'r,p .t,, -Great cxcUementat C ?ntrevillo-CAPT.'i' Ee'ELW i is the only Democrat tlfrte-d t I the great puspici'i n by the Wliigs, of W akila.! It preparrel to Ullllilllur claim; ? ." l.IrIIillg. 1.

3$* CKOMAETIK SCRROCNDING THE ENEMY-amessage House. The 1 Di-mocrats thus log.- 2 The Massachusetts have ton of knowing that students here were prvscctiiitheir
ine-m- i ii Democracy
possible that fact recently
tbi-y prefer -
; from Lake Jackson-all's well.Gen'l. : [ liny more studies instead ofcontracting habits of vice,and
hers, a result totally unexpected, jind ltll b. given a quietus to lhe- central The Pennsjlvaiiii Election takes p'ace
fe Call is there! cbceiiug on th* bi>\ s.oice .- : ,airl; les lI1ojn) hint' licrcf.ftnr.Finn. ) organ'scharge i.UtlltlSI', which would ultimately ruin them.

;' ,*ji A \' fjora Fort Binden .Mid JMcksonN utaole! we have no eiouht, -iltngethi'rto oerconfidence. ', of uneoundness., At 'their State Convention on Tucsdnext.. A Governor and members The resource Ill die Hill and adjacent country are J

;: ; BIu.T. Tremcndoue exri't ml'r.t in the pii.ey; H:>d I the deintici:st. I'l'c'n doulit-! : Da id Stuart :u-'l Hon. Samuel Clark on the 2t"th ('ph'lI1liCr. they passed of the next Congress are to be chosen.In abi ndantly ample to sustain any population that a I

I' woods, C.i f.t. H ay ward i is their lender, and ful instead: of rertain; the'y wi.aM, have, enr.rietl both ofbum voted t for the -biasn! Bill, resolutions endorsing th- foreign ami donies- the Jd District, embracing a portion ofl'hiiiadelphia College would gather (much superior to Chaprl Hill

: will Three much cheers to( ton \v,5th14 MJl majority.:' tl.e County. The lesion, we trust, will :ba e lici M lion) inaltd: for rf lection to Con- tic po'icy of, the ndiiiinistralion, and re-nflirm- city, two Whig candidates are they N. C.)are ami able! our to citizens do, to secure will make the location every contribution of the Col-

t f-f tickets among rem the Tompkins'Democrats--LievL splitting W. > not be lost on them in futiit t.. geb in (be fit and third distiicts ol Mich.i ing the Bjiltimore platform. They thus I luntihi". and one De-mocraf. One of the lege heie-not f'r private interest but because it ia

-V. Mjxvtll iti command of the Whig eolvnns. j fJr Will borne on- of our friends in Gi!- i C'ri ii. stand rqunre on the Nebraska question nnd whig candidates is the Hon. J. R. Chancier, sincerely beloved that the greatest good to the greatest -

c Ezpress from Roaches' X R''ld.- sdeu sen
1r4b S. H. Hull aad Wm. Footman i of his being D. W. HORUK
the
culling off the
to woik in i1a nest, nnd we cannot (IOUI,( but at tho South. Nothing Convention on giound

-enemy-they ttvear the battle shall be fought Make way for Jefferson that they will ncquit tlicoisi-lvt-ft for n Catho'ic. But his friends at once .
according to Ho\Ie, (J. J. Hojlc,) and telvpon I hojtefully Tug DKCLINK is B.KADsrcrrs.-The N.
BROWN Glorious old Jdlcrson :lgl vindicates: hfr (hit Union ni.d. the it will do it
!
Ii', they up claim to the ptoud (dislincti\ of ln-ii; the slang ot the opposition press, denouncing the an independent candiefate. In bis letter acceding York Express, speaking of the decline iabreadetufls

I. Ha ha! ha !Consumedly nch i isn't it ? ; BANNER C5'IIt administration says :-
,j. COUNT v in t t1 e Democratic Column. Tan TWO POUTS TO nn OPCNKD: IN JAPAN.Com. 1( :1 failure, snys- the nomination he says:

Captain Cromaitie sunonnding tho enemy" I I She I lit: up one: IIf her old f.ibiioiud! mljM.1 Perry wiites to the! Department A l"t fftlefuilt.r. >* of ittr AJunnitlratlon ,| aTinif If re-elected. these efforts shall not be a. There teems to be a general disinclina

&b.inkofir. We trust the never }cthii pt.tlirbeJ, we toTbe ll1ak lion to store floor it seems to be A fact generally .
-only gallant Captnin ities for MAXWELL aid the, cause. Tin- Sentinel tbiit tliejioits of Siimdiand llakodad. pn-ps bated ; and I pledgemyself that they shall
which r..lI'I\\'II- .
; n.
"110 considerably
'I will excuse os, but-wo hope be had a had uhf, Mr.I MAXWKLL! will reet-ive be' joined to an unfailing vigilance! against all conceded that prices must go
to be ned to the vessels ndministnition tm fuil, il
are ojif of tin- U1.tt'd : tocommjl itself to tbe lower and remain low owing to the
and innovations which ,
good time" while nunceuviing aiound the comparatively a small vote in Jl lft..rs' n, I pKiililii> t"-lify: ,'f H* l'thIHH'I'r. i-iroads may .have lor bar-
uhilej Static with to of tbe
grain
geoyiajj.if.-tl ositi English
itsjticl yield
unprecedented
The' "done j in, I It lin fml.il t! give way to the nuniills! (If the nl>o- their object a weakening of the rights which
etje-ny.: surrounding" was Go\'el nor Brown will run considerably ahead convenience of indicts and girss, and I commodiousness liti".i-t.t the-" Constitution' trcnres U> every citizen of vest (which preclndw the probability if not

I vI' BBCWT;" with wonderful effect. The 01 of bis party." Unfortunate editor! He knew for all the It lias fiiil.l; to permit th m to violate the t'\'IISti u. the Uni e.l State, nnd which render our coin- the prMil.ility o f any export demand of mft
jiurposes; tequiied,
"German friend" have been lltli! about JeBeison tn-nnf the United! Si.\te vluni ment duiing the coming season,) and the rat-
g&n's ought to as as he did about his nWI1 country nn n for those who an
caiinct be eurjiueted. Ui>ku.j llli, rum, which It \lIlt! failed I.. j'ie!.l to tho msolvnt clerauida i>f f<'r- whe: bT
there to note de xtteria''cnorg dom woun-: own County. In 1852, Mr. MAXWELL /or"UIIII"flt. .,hjpctol petsecuijng Jiitolernnce, or art ificntion the reciprocity treaty, .
eigii
receivtd be writes ho is of tie
:0-
tays one saft-u Iud will b6 admitted for ebniump-
!!ed !" in Jefferson I I 1Ili I tilled to oppose tbo N"Lra.'ka and Kansas siitreu'rs 1 under the in.n heel of relentlei Canadian flour
2C8
? pigeons votes and 'I r. CA. most convenient harbors he has ever seen for bilt despotism." tion Uero duty free.IXFORTATION."

We hop ocr whig friends will not charge BELL 150-majority 118. Now the Democratic r voxels of all clnse, and it i it tufficiently capacious It hat fiilitl to follow the f nrfrtcp of itntr prt'tJ '&I' Mr. C. i ia the member and -

.t as with taking.aa ungenerous advantage of :! candidate receives 364, to 122 for Gov. >r by failinir! to ruako *vrrul truatira vitully i'lIpur. present was OF SPECIE.Tt .
: hold half the imxica .
to of the w'Itd.! ttotto the puce, tiauquilily, sud welfare our 'uB- rurnietIthe l id'tor of the Pciladelphiu AortA!
th-ir deftat, but with euch a last lick" aaIbeirsentral BROWX, being a majoiity: of 242, and show The authorities And people, of tho two towns I try.It tiw You. tat. ..
gave the how Democratic has frtiled to commit itself to native AniericAnism. American. 8t.am.bip Paxafi .Ued f N.. TOk_a .:..
organ enemy, ing a gain since last election
: of and their vicinitic1 have '-
nn.nifeited jnu h Know N.11Iingl.m.III1.1] famlicum gt>n)'. Saturday Jjverpool. ta w bat $1C0Q .-
:i can wo help touching them up"a little- 124 kindness and attention to the United States These ore among the (failure of the adnllllittati" The Savniiuh 1 prwrs chronicle' the death b :. :

Wo will do them the justice to say, however, Three cheers for Jefferson A fiend in naval officers and seamen, who go freely about whig We do anti not the\vondrf whig leader that they; but excite we do the wmulrr ire of that the in that city, on tlu 28th Septerober of the .

1 that they'madc n.out gaJJar.t elefence. Xc','. communicating this glorious result, asks iu.quit in town and country, and on li&hfag and this ire"should be so publicly and 11O bit'eily. mauifestd. Hon. JOSEI-M W. JACESOX XATIE FROM BA V A1I'ATsw S9&Tb

r, in our recollection, have; till Whigs of ingl,, That will do, won't it?In Aye, shooting cxcnifaion, visiting Ibo shops, the He died ye'lnvv ft'Or.Ir.. J. had filled St aWp& a t CHj OJttAs baa fast, nived Sept. st dill ."

Leon pat forth fttronger ifiorts to carry the I that it will.Hon. temples, anJ other places of interest with. OT CoL J. H. CAMraELL is propos J! by tutny stations of trust and honor in his na. I port from Ha hkht tsh leA thus th.-

County than they did the week hrfoie: and I. D. BXSD has been elected to the Senate out the slightest hindrance or njoletalion.Com. .- \iliiends\ in Alabama 1' .i' the vacant HnvxnnConsut tive tate'Ge ci-'.) He wa the firft Dem. I By this atr1r l*.1.m t&l O.a,3<** deJa Islaod wea rf,
ofthi
l from O-ml
ocint l''''- .-K-cto > Coitgress the FirstOiaiict the newly a.Ca
on the dny cf tho election. They left null and Mctsis. JOSHUA TAYLOR, J. F. Ih:. I*. was to have another inleiview with $&iJ1' C<>1. C. was once n rosKlent ol, It\NI"I throughout the Stateva l Cub .bai Jjnmrfkt. ._1 ank'al at Haws. a-

: in? undone .to avert tho disaster which has WITT aDd B. \V. BELLAMY'* the House.-allDemocrita. the imperial comnaettouers at Situoda on the I Florida, whero he has many warm poiouaJ)I uu h&icst MUM hi death will be uci1'lraaUl j seined the duties of Iimandercltb.offlc Tl1ie&1Iad4k5Itb*

4 1il3i1efl thom, and tlifjr are.CDU; cd to ill! @o l&lh of June. 1 and political fiiond rfgrotted. I &iQ.J retiriac of ti. ddOt" C"r tCi J ,-.t"; .

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0jiuiporitnt from Mexico-Ad- Flour. Music. ffEW' GOODS. QUTTA'PERCHA WATER1'ROOF' iQOD _

'rices from PeruTout. \TWYLST.1LLt FLA, Sfp. 12.1851': TU T pvi.3 from New Oilcans, t.'l.1Z ]\f RS. II. H. BROWN will: re'n'fle intv- 'ffE subscribers are now recrJvinjr th.eir Fall and TRADE MARK. _

; : ?art 5, lfcr,4. At n meeting of tie! TnnteM of Ali-hu i Intitute.tii tl LO banvl* of FUir, tI.Iift (4,i the Piano Forte on Mmxhy. the _L Winter .'t"ck of Oo. ds, consiVting of alenoit every

FtnwI fle'r T1W i-nir 1j 1II41'In ; 4n 1i 11th rnr.. tt III. Lfl.tp Utn 4Ikg. Snjar, e-i" TIt'xt.Itoom rteile needful Li the Dry C'**!, Hardware1. Onx'ery.B .

A'r"1t thbr;. llt .. 6, the ;:ig Iieauil4 an S.ir Cured IIaip. tindr th. 3tstao nd 0 iLl Fetlowi' Ila'.L U Shoe and Crockery line all of which they will

) ?t400 rafzcr1s, nn I 1',- tis wen* ununiiTi<>uly adopvd : HOPKINS & MEGINNI3S. pteiiiber g i8.4. ;9 5w ticli at fair price*. O. .t J. MEOIKNIS3.Sej.t.30. GullsIl54

!VJ A' 3 1 swl uI 1j1iir wtwth ni hJtr hlii.4. U'ntEKX: Jre e T. R nv p1, E }, who Imhsil cbarpMiTtioil <> October 7, 18.14. 3t 40 1851. B9

te caItrLtl.'u Litk.l lu.u 110 1aIr ..LanVCTIuualImv&P. IOM> r lIlsuLlftl f.ItIe i1 "tIWIilM'lL'flt. IIS re LADIES'EMPORIVM.

: 1 1uTt thr tsituati and has Hopkins & Mcginniss --- Dry Goods.
*\ i.f Piincipiil. ( tbt fame j : -- 400

$ 1 San fd FrarK-tspo from ret t I I21wqD bt-t-n cepteil:) 'I hen fire. | 1 RE rerehinjr from 5ew York their nennl supply NEW TALL AND WINTER rfMred. P!ouket Kercj Csnsbnrgs, NORTH AMERICAN

tAt) the revoIutiooUt*ttoubki cr.ptured PrwulenlJidtliKt ttrlt I V. nut1.l llur.hvare. JUST '. Kentucky Jenn. Tw..eIm.I f tunnel

.itig $eiioui wre witkipaihm full Muti-tfrtcti'iii' with the ini'iiajjemeut of 1)10) InMitu- (i'a' Gniokerv an. Eiiirlish Lonjr Cloth. \ew York ilellsL t/GUTTA/ PEROHAJ

ti'iil vSiiV! under hi< gart "neul our rejjret at 1..itig tln j Gt'nt'a ami Cliililrrti's Slnx*. Kirf.'y *. Onal'iriBmtn.! HEubscrlbers r' sI'T' <'ni; Cl"ti.! Brown nixl DWclied Drillieigs,
:1 'Mft utrto that the IlepuHtnuurahJ vertices of i, effien-ut au instructor and knij guide to kets. t.irether{ with nearlr every artiele fir Pl.iit.itun arc now receiving sad openine onof O..n Su pen.leni. Mer5n-. Shirts,
Xitt tii ti.1fnn _I the largest and best selected stoc4csi.f FANCY 'OMPA'NY Io
that
condition people
Rt the yumy.JinlrrJ. nnd Fnn.ilv use. HOPKINS fc MEUINNISS.O Merino Drawers Itrnm. \ Iloee, Co'too J Hose. 1
ic; tint! to
?$ kDw Bant* AMI LirMfktpt retire, and the in* we t Unt 'ur satlire that.ks fur hi# ci btantz(al .oeM them at snrh pricva as will coti.mand PrinVd snd plnirt sit Wool D Laines '2 NEW-YORK

Li trs* that b would! b Ug'd 1ci aWicat.-. : Mid' ncijyjii! pci>til''>tuij the ad'M'iJ'cw'CHt <>f t'',p In Mantillas, Cloaks and Talmas. the 'k nppfoval Tni1 reudy nf eale.We aM 1 .buyer, and of course insure a Tliib' et CIotI, Rarest1 le Lnine, Cnlico s.

tiieafftctiafl etwtfd amnnjpn the .pulaee iud rtitnti-, jveid f.'r the |iK-K"a' t :ui\l c.'te.at interciiii Milvciibers nrenveiring fioin! Uie will known que. wilicit an rally call from the Ladies! of Tallaha Ginghams, Printed Flannels. Rlrck Pik.! &.'.. Ac. 1'
II Tha ro *t authentic accounts ninta that he lim cil.ibitcJ tnwait'i' luting his re iileiKe i- THE For sale G. & J. MEOINSISS.
e cs < fashionable tnar.ufact. -f Geo. Bro'lii1 A Con ., by
ml l
tb. **""P' with larpe nu.l inern! ****, tif the County -iirroun'lin; Counties, and
ff marching ft ing litre. complete! and well selected as ortenent of the alwvestvli'Ji tlut be Sept. 80. 1854. 8t 39 b&IesPa' .
*0 nil buyers generally they fully tatitfiedc.f
Mexico J that Le de- may
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jha ci y : aa was 74 nJ 'J. Tl.st of tii-fe! rci'tiiu'.i-'tis be onteteil -
a rfipy Good and for sale 1wHOPKINS ..ii.I! varic' ff Stoi-k
; the cbrplwu' creut y our forwe PATTIGUMa1ofWcrId's'a3rsnd
Lia to IK*"*" the Capitol. oti the Reo-ml P.-u>k. an I tit it they b IL11.Ililtd .- i MEGINNISS. ate folly p ti 6eil that for beauty and variety ofstvle Embroideries, &c.
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L jf htc date from Acapuleo states tmtvetscrI and) 13 the Jeiekoiii.ellf, in 1 TiilU'jajSee uaeieis. OctoberT, 1S54. 3t 40 ; our stuck canixit be surpassed this s'ule of the TUST receJred from New York.
lid pronounced in favor of Alvart PHILIP DELL. 1G1LC Uouutain Embroidered Handkerchiefs cj4 Meds
revolutiui. nnd Allfghany! JLjL of American Institute airanied fcr UMM
for
e "Wi pc were U. ELLI3 I Just Received Collar, good
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T. H. CRICHLOW 4 BROS. .
el with tha dictation of Smit, ,a Annn. STEPHEN FAGAN. Trustee W A REHOUSE OF CO. 102 B OAClTAl atd

ti from various p.U: of the inteeior of OEORGE[ L. BRO'.VN | DUU? AA PAIBS ofweil from tiMide the M.tdis ami heavy Facturv September 30, 1854. Z9 Cftrobric fin'l Poft tiwins Sleeves flouncln, PINE STREET, where may be fonodEutta
DUOOANS. County -
jadioatiTo of no extremely unsettled stnto TUOS..J. PREVATT. ) PI.niters ar iuvitwl t4) cal and i-x-eeniin'. PERMANENT LINE. Dotted Veils Black Crape Collars, Pertia 6 0ds, ii Gnat Ttrietf, '

HOPKINS A MECUNN1SS.Ort.bcr Black! Knsrliffh Crape Stamped Bands for Proof Goods b th.
dfsin-'Mpn rljftart .4----- Far superior to any other Water
5nrnl America affilr and the
bad censed to excite pptuiul ii.lcrctt j 31'Lanc's Worm; Specific. 7, 1854. 2t 40 RENEWED COMMUNICATION! EmbroSdcrinjf.Frenth Cotton market eompriMo; many dwirabl article for Export
any Eintiroiilerins Patent linen
aud Country Trade consi ting in part uf Costa, Cloaks,
lint gtoerally approved.UTER_ Tlif f'l'o\\i.t fioni a f-UstiiiBer sli tts the qe'Lald Great Bargains at the New ('ah Store. Hrtircen iNrrporSt.. Markf, C filar Keys, -ALSO- P nicbe.. Overalls. Leggkis Caps. Soovrettert, Camp
nliH.li tlu meJicine has creatt-dwherein U. h.t* An wrtment <>f SWIM Mull and NainsookMuslins. 4BLiuketft.
# irrt-at
I bitruiiitrinlwed [Our 1ior Sou! ? QfG. 4 .7. 3frginui.c.J (occasionally rm flay Port and 7'wnjja Hone Covers, Carriage Cloth. Piano Ce-.
FEOtt EUROPE : 1'I... I4I.I era. Fir Bucket TraTciiiuz Kura. Sureical AMtPT .
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BLo'tLrgc, Tioga Cu.. Pa March SO, I SO.Crrt.rrEtl E. .U FRALEIGII takes pleasure tu inform j .e iii Silk and Cuttoti .Ini'! 'n. t<*.. &c.. f.'r nle by Stram Put king and boodreds o( other article w c

jkrinl of the British Steam Propeller Alps ot tIL irrt at t.'n.l1Tpti MR citizens i.f Tallahassee) ninl licinity flInt he \ FIRST CLASS vr.ssr.LswllIc.nmenc runnintr U. i J. MEGINNI3S. These good" are free fropj unpleasant odor very

BOM ox. Sept. 2;, iiiti .l I %oui Wt.ren c'vequWe tfpitio en thif p'mif nil'1! \' I i I' DOW 'Lt nmng a large amid well n-Wtitl Mock nf Dry the alm\e jwirt* en the Ut Oeti.brr, and September 30, I84. S9 teuiiupiiaU. and elagetir.Ttot iiirared by fatty nbstance. -

The Bri'Ieh S">ic n PropcV.fr Alp ( .ap* Mdi!;<'. cin Ja\p i-ntirely hantd nurtnk.. V ol (}.MKf.* nn I u lar e P'I itn'* iit nf Einbnl'IeiiiMid ] eutititim ie utiiuimuptetllv tliriutclioea; the as'in. and imlike hdm Bubber. WILL HOT DECOMPOSE r

tti, arrived at t.ie port fr& m Lcet pi..l, Mli.rh e''Ie Mtco ttnmU! v. we feel oMijcd by vi'ur lui warding. u ( t'rI.iLi.. | l lice1*, L-nli-V lrt- C.ip albii Litest st\l I.- of II.-;ul Bonnets, &..c.TUST AND BECOME STICKY ; are CHEAPER 1J

WeJn *hy: the 1 8ih instant, l y. V. i') d wen. vietUyoisr bill, on the teeejitu-ei .t! : "ii tl.?. t. 1ra: ly ninite CI' t1.imi .t .s- WILLIATII M TUNNO, received from New York inr Fall supply of and dtffcrart (rum any other Gstta Pereha mad :

The British Mail! SUwnas'iip America arrived tit \\1 u Ii weill lefint TELl the il.oney. e \ 41t411J' 'l i''I I. a N,. 1 assurtim i e.ti'f Il.K>t* neul fcihot*. I] Factor:* for 4Suathrrn Ucorjia aad Florida *. Ribbon ((C. rousUtinv io tliw ctMintry or Europe, and I

iiTerpiol on the 11 tb instant i I'rL u the w..si"I1tlt l efTit"* .f <> u-l SruK-ific Ill thi- 11.11:111.1 Cup al*" a fim* :is'rteiiiit i-f Jewt-lry aeij PRODUCE Eirlih, Krul; roMored ueid Pluii. Straw Bouneta, Warranted io Stand all Climates

Ccxxticxii IcrtLUGEKCC. Tl'e Lit.-rp<>" O>ttonuisrki't iherc wneM. In- Mild 1( nniHully. a lir eif .her f.u.t-v urtule t.i iriiiu'nn. 1.5 tinmntin.pi\ m..t. ] Freiuh Lac llnmeti,
I.- l i iuiijlitx.tlioii'1. *"Lirje f.tli uiiJ buiull Pri'f.tR<..encnibtrtl.i OFFICE. NORTh COMMERCIAL WHARF. CERTIFICATES from who Lay. te U sin'* t1e> departure oftlw Aial-i.i 'eti t.. Ii. I.l (" lniiMilf juid n-tj.i!) fnmi t > Kn Q'leeei's' Urrti-l TWntts.iVs penura ,

q'fiet at previ-m* rKt *, and the *rt' s hal oiniyn' d tl'lhuI.Y.> .eiil% HrILt. I Hyoti_ '?.U'l n.e.iKMiUAH; : : j.n 'e1L f..r i-liik i* i-eitirtlv in. w.Oct. Charleston, S. C. *. tUufili-.l B-mtict- the gixdt may be seen at the Store of the Compuy. k

18 000Mn\ 4f wkh txr i1i-r Lad tuk n 2 O. 0. amiffwcnUtirs i 1 triMi\' > aii'l xjii-<- .f e.IltI. 1 tl.uik I ivuU neaVv I *-r7. U54. 40 $ % 2ll ?5 Pedal FIIIICV Elided Rjncets, TERMS LIBERAL. :

2.000. Dealer? lj 'wevr, B--r- n\\iitm: ; it t<' v.er nIVL.Ilt8g' tl (3L) *' '. P.acfc Straw r'ir...- tbpaivicM from America by le U. S. Y.. 5 Su.mi-: \V.M. M. JIALLOHY.M j Classical School for Boys. STORING AND SHIPPING! BUSINESS, 15 'imet IiibN.i Florencp and Marseilliue Silks, eWwhere.Ord I

bin; Arctic. ?r.,;*. J KIVQ t L 0-'. PrV.. K. 1'onri -l-1-'Il I* ,.x.I.i. -. Il tI.- ::.( I (HI .f the FL'CIiIwrI AT NEWPORT.T'lIE Artiti-i.il; .'wer Rucie) '. r executetl to any amount on short notice.

The Liverpool Broadstu LtErt! ha-l vi'utlv nfl f.sr ,jUiit .ill I tinl l>rr.; Sti-rtf i in TeL!LJn l.t.: Jieu.it JL I U'IIMI'til t.u M. ini.iv tin-JMIinl) Oet 'lnr.V Stinn fl.nd.ng a/.d Trinintin.Oil :. CAUTION.-JJHftc imitations, made Varnished

proTml during it* branchlti.iMings well i--.U-nln'r I tf4K
e.l went. "Wt-stero Cannl Pl.-iT VJIP *-nli i" '1'ttti Li L(1 I P1. : t W I I Oct.lr7 rr.4. tf -10 i J. MEGINXIS3.SeptciiibT Therefore purchasers should best in mind that all geouine .
..f 1 Iha. WJ.it 1VH.tw } pa'rhii: warr.n. L. L.\liD.NewI..r. SO 1854. 89 8tSundries.
1 M
-l and Ohio 33*. per bbl -S.- goods are stamped with he trade mark of the
RvJ mmi 7s. C.i. ii 8-. p70 C1OO iu.'vaiw. .' 2. 1554.Notice. SB '_' .
9 a-nl -t : WILLIAM PJDER.
quote at "S/.WyVJ.Y, every: I'oc'y ktt('%% _: Company.
1U. WJnta wiJ Yelluw U"m clifeJ dull! at f.mi Aug. S '54. 21 Lin. Pres'L Jf. A. O. P. Co. v ? '
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: a fUttii j:-tj 'I] .jise. It 4'iiii.iat'it/-i-B and piiirniMiifi'iuously. I ITOt \MATION HV JAXK-:. BKOOME, GOV.OK ,. -

t54. per 480 flu. JiAEsr.r.-In Liir ifas I that lif.ieifile is u'aref et. tl.<> l-jij.: TUB sr\u: ov n.oKiUA. lIE 'P.plu-tnt'rs1Pip nf TUNNO. PINCKNEY & R 10 and Java C..fTee.Crtibo'I. -
Li mrooL PiionsioN IICNIIC 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. I'
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T l. Ieie and Clarified
l' Sugar
nlr-is tluta) ddciM'XHi.uf! > <> < haiiiifr >n < < ,
had been in change '" ll'i t f'i'-l. lueen :iti it1fl'ltst',?. jiinl en : .__.c';; Siwrai. amid Star CndeInceor't.i *,
I -in lieat tn pi; Subscriber offers for sale bis Plantation
.ui n ii the
c Sl.eriil milE
at 534. pr ct. ::11 l.hf..I In-. "V the i s.f lIt rllaI.1. lyfeg
P rk wai vi-rtl.. ('i'm Zt'. is Z.a. pi cv. twa uv tl.u! IT nci-ka. i' e aid, lie or ?lie! deed i-f lm't that. CIIAH.VICK J. SELl'H.lnrceil nrTJiJUGE% AND CoMMISSinX) EFSHESSonLisowuaceouat. CltcoIatf. JL ten and a half miles north of Tallahassee. Thera '
,*:e. Ft-rull tn-ulsu'il with coUL'li _n .1. Ci.tiut Superior Ilvsr.ii and Imperial Tea, .f44
in modeiate req-itvt .aNs 1. M1'TIC'N. "inuriJer 'llii'iiinStJi.fuU I has are in the tract, seven hundred acres of as rood hind
f
iC fl \\ilh the < R. Q PINCKNEY. Jr. TeM. F.'rda Arrow Root
IirrKtuctvcE Wf IUT- rcivixt-l btbw \ u iz r" ]>'* n*. Vt* VTnuiJ it fcr t.i tli IliV.Ite"2.! ( Bj.uk a* can be found in the State-..SCO cleared, and the -f- E
Gt'tixl be. Uiiju!, ansi li nw a iur'itiM SOUl justice. Oe. Nftaru COMMFUCUL Wiucr.REFERENCES. bI Drown S' Starch
Cla-ni.i'i.l: Ei ( > ,
nf JivisuuV
nrrivnl no political H In--s (.f cira' iit -ie f, on tlie o I'-i-l-* nf ;L-:! piper : p balance in wood. On the premise ara good Dwelling Y
.if "Ch-Mrv .nil L'i'i trnrt., \rlTu-h[ li t>a lt be !L JVW.' tlartfurr. I, JAMEB L. TK<*.IIE. Governor of -0-- Fre'h Ciirran'd, Citron.
Tue iitin against St.bl'I: ihLI ilJ.. It J.aot ; h'TOse Gin House and Screw, with negro cabin* '
*rp a'vIl ilUca-e. Also Az Ta! tit atiite .f t'luti'h. b.> -ntuei.f the authority rested Butter Crnfk-r. Yeast Powders, '
j''J 4.f 81 000 men a-id w i- XIK-I.- 1 ti: r .i'-hth ctrUia; onrc l\n tim r anti nil other out building. To good purchaser* 1 '
enu all diaeaetu of tL.L.ir. mily) l.iw.di' heriliy .fftr n reward o.ne )hunr.rc1 d WEBB. JOIIN Fn..v-Ep. it Co I5tirk: an I Drop Sh"t r
rVcAITAu
K t. iao C-imt ilfl tLb 6iU iiM. V f said Clmrukk J Well Bmkets.Tni'et
: i"i'.lirs: : f-r the nipetrhrtin] GmuDis MArrnir'SEv A Co. .
tf\t\ b"*i !1t* nviny tfs: : anJ bmit v th' Se1'i.; | i.i4 1 h'j *jfc delivery to tbe SheriSi.fllernaa. ChnrleVMi, -pttmlr y, Ifc..t. 35 tf S'i.ij> m bir Yankee the J. LIO?
>rt 1 tr premises.
th n'
} rttttetl; I aid Ce-'nr' Tuha and Bui-kti. .
do Ct
cstrrd Dn.lurcst niy. June 10 1854 2* .
Austiian ,
Ftt'u th.iuaud troops OBITUAaY- MIM-4'hrnlel: J. Seljihi about five feet sir inches New Bank Agency at New Port. Jt..uIi lib'! R* .ly Tnl.acc Fiz Tohacoo.C -

D;lbiilh- foreci had b'.own up the fort .f Dunierr DIED nt the rfF"ul.-n-c '.f her. father Tlioma Jr.iK... 3.1gb; I.IM.III t' 1.1)- foi.r jnjtrs '.1 ngf.6ti.ut built, alit- rp* :i t-3crNgne.l. Aeent for the FAIRFIELD locu*. Lu'&in's Extntcts. Oriental Drops. Land for Sale.ilE ;
tie M.M.JIhnulkjul.. dark hi.ir. blue! '\es, slow ofspeech Fr *h Can'lit*, just received byO.
: nv\\ Eli withdrawn the trop P ..T. in Tl.iiims County, (!et>r i.i. Mr*. J1AR1CHAlIirS. resolute wid di.weicaot coimtenauce.Vine i BANK OF WJNNSBOROS.C..wiIl be prepared t J' MEOINNI53.iii subscriber ofkrs ft r sale I.is Plantatk-n.lying i
iimniier, T
f Uolhbg' new had occurred ;u die way of neota- : wife of 1"urnian Clmireb, Ebq < f tLiGnnlv. \ ray hanJ uu \ the great eal oftL to dirC .unt Bit!* of Exrhnnyf Draft Odr*, 'tt.-n.bt-r CJ( 1854. 39 4t ten mile East of Quiocy. on Swamp Cr+tkj '. ? j

the 2Ct1. of her ,u11..IIL4 WhICh I liavecan- Cli'rk. ir. it-'.. o j any uf the jiriiit-ip.il teii aeiri There are five hundred acres in the tract, three bun- 4'
iii je-ir: Jujc ttute 1..ktL4 I the 17 S A'm. fiiM-ral a'Ivne.ces iuiwI.ie Cotiw, .1...._._,.l, ...r.,. ,...;.:.. i ,T. : ._---i __ --- -tL 4
1'L'r.l tL4eftU 4d to I 1'c r.r..x---} j l. : i". I) m' at tl.ecap.tii hoots Bnoes &c.I --- --- L 1 n. twi u iauu a. '4i1
It i is rarely if vcr w' nji-Pilied: on Ia [ EALI] itnrid writing oldr. Ac.SejL23 liats, uaps, .
FROM EUROPE. in tli4"citof. fi.i.I.a-e' this: in be fund in Gadsdcn County. On the prenmes art a t'7 4 .
LATER \
STILL of I.'I lifo n'i' 'J cfou-Kttr l ini1'--] ltG4. C7 DAN L.MXX I received a rood nvortmeut of Hats Caps. .
iybtwe
u n ihd i.f O.t A. I). 1 4. JUST good Dwelling House, Gin Hoc? aid Screw,with t*
I> v < < r.
ARRIVAL OF THE ATHZHICA.lUtnAs. r.i-r c jiU With the -le'e.ti tu: '. :hat youth :.J .IAMKS: 1 11 IUIOOMK.Gov ( and Rope. yi l'tea. A<*.. c-i'i'wtlnij: of cry other outbuilding ne* e eaiy en a farm. Term '

N. :>. f-q-u; :*. Bagging Faehionable M-'U-fkin! Hati.Cl made Address the Post '
areJ ( me through Quhwy
easy.
5 ,
u -fui! ffh :. veil jif ay : '.1! -u-j'.tuJ* e t euur of FluriJa.I'v .
> AGOINi; mid! ROPE furnish-d! to' rcpulnr cus-> th Cnp;. OfRre at residence milt from
Tbe"Br4u ani North Ataern ;i R'vi n-iil: S' '..fnSipAn or see me my nine
ftJiin t tr I
Gverrflr-Att"t
.nca, Capt. \V. J O. L.I '. l..4fc ju-t h fe eif tie fu5.joct tif dJHSirc m i deatb.l'a'i4is! F-ijtct < th: %. L ViLuric.rr. ) ton-.fu in iitii .JtI.stIIy. D LADD. F'.r an I Youth's Cloth Cr.pa, Quiucj on the Stage Road leading to Tallahaa .' .. ,. t
; l.tiii'ii"1 i *. T.I n iui: 1 fifted l 1' mti'.ee %' \t iiilH-r2. 1851. 23ucar GInz.4 0r. 't
Hr nt< W.JIUDNALL. Mt
t :,;let. *iiJ is coming up becn-'nry (il f Stute.Lrtri ; -
, l.ttr t.nn! th-'Se ite 1 qI.1'Ltits. hIIJ tt.ti.1 iI t..it.1 Pla itf r* i ft fur TIats.Fi.ie August 12, 1854. 32 tlnor
ivs ti i-
ICth iust. Tivroe L.er 3t
the 41i
to ; :
Is:4.
t are 'rT, ?IH1 Rollers and Gin Segments. nlf B"*>tnnd Shoes.L.I .
utlif-rn )LIfl. iir.'l lies Kit I Slippers ties and "Walking shoes, Fresh Garden Seeds. iJ
OUR SKIS* Sugjir N ill I.ll.-r. oi>F> tHiitly milmnrl.
:1 e E..Ttt value* of tic li.' a t. Aitl.ni/n e.u; .IT:.* r.tii1 .v Z li.1."'. I 1 L'L'lieCbiltiren
I 1-2, t II'. I 14 nnu 1 15 bcli.. Ak(.. f>. 'J mOld 10"t TUST recei'iJ. from Thorborn's Jfaw
DAYS LATER FROM F.URO'E.flr.x. 'he Iif, -- -- Sh'ts, THREE i t.1L' d t L.r't. isi >} e< tcc. ;j-rtfi-tiiH/ I M. II. I'OJ.'D i CO.
EWARD.Frcci. Wi l 0 _
01 co | f= : g.r.iLt- York, fresh Seeds of '
:S. ;'t. 2' i li.-r "sin c. 'ii'iy I.i nv, v I.. re. a-, lliTirei i.l.e } 3' te.v ; .% Se.ttnibt r i &. G.
The StraTier America 1m* anJ, Lei.ib-eij Ln r- r..t'.I} '' Jrt .VMCP UIO'JH 1 ll.': .lue.irt-tlclil-aitii.tl.C ..W..TH' nv JAMKn.. rr.onMi: :. uov- 1:1': Sept. SOU. 1S54. 39 4t Early Turnip Btset. **' *A ,

wwI dlde to Sept. IC. ti- tI! Ii i i.ii > <"i IT THF: siTI.. CIF M.OKID 1 University cf Louisiana.M Late Drum Head Calibtgt. 4.' 'yft '
:} \\ ? The httioi cr.iirt St:1.; jnn iii 70ur T "HCKS'AS.! -:Iiifurr---; 1, !.- < 1-rn furV COTTON PLANTER'Svv Late Savoy Cabbage. -1 M
rxpc 1 TL- : .tl it- f litr natuiv ; tul I 1 ir- t'. ttu; -r : EDICA i L DC P A 11 T M II N T.rpin *
ijj !JT-H-I
and 70.000 lircip'.iu ? i li""p' f.v.d !I. : : -' tin"i i-niF. f H{ Lettuce asanrtad kinds "l fe
cls
>s( ;,. :;: ,. > t ii., -.liii-.t'\l > in in- n. roECou.se.To ,
ScbiaU'p.l on tie 1'Jth' i. :. >< '* s .t t. I.l'ts ..l.iuJ .tii.-t 1 Jie -. 'l-i.-Jl-, ..'1.1 tilt tlil|.< # f lid !ItCMIt S.'L.r V n f M.,. ml,'.' -A1I.LIAM j Jl.srLi'II. flur- Ar.nfi! CILrL-f Lcctu'mltiliIh-ptrtrn-.t! : Long Salmon Raddisb. "*

the troops was expetted ntHrni* ".1 tlj-* J'.tL.Autmh | Mi.ToM'., i r '.' lif'rriy: iii< .j A* .& wi f.jinl j., ?! t _e v. !. ii'4"'er "f J ii'i .1.,1- *'* iiitr.-1 i I, L.K ..11 _L vi.i iniipi> tici: ('.1 M .'i.l lii\. Xi. fii.! loth, ami.ul TILLIII lsE-iiRlD1.: ; American Glob Turnip, .

%iomV.iIU_ m-.L'i.-J tinV.. t.-jn J'u-r. r- ..:.-. \. tr'tl'; n tlu: :wwt.? iiaroli. Imprured HatMbnjra Turnip. '
ofthd Ccar's rf uto\ Ir -.it rs ii tli- '.'nritif>'i- j.r } .! M Pr'S'.r "f P.-.sctSw of MeoJcin For :
J'.t'-s l D. sale
s.krp ..!;..! f-." I. Jrjr: -* I 1.! -lii.nr.: +1 ivcn--ol! t. "> COTTON PLAvrrES ni-d rth'rg nf th'u and ihe od- by IIeNA1IGTOItMOND..
I at the fitinn J e c' i. h ti! / t.1. I PioA.T ..f '
td. an .1. L. Ui.1.1: ; H. 11, L> Om.Utry.f Newport September S, 1854. 44.
., tjuM J" .t t J'i"liil4.; b. tUli't fif! ll. :I.'ilii'r'tv \t-! t jnI1pjflq t'ountit it Flvriifa a3il Oeor2ia: 1
Vnaintai; ] anuntr I i f-. vHiitv. 1411; (4.i. t' J T" '*t. '* Ii t'-e' M j'v tJ4 t 'iril.i i .. ..... .. ... ..- >.,. y I>. I'.iif.e-i-.r .1! .5ii e'v.A. .
It was reporti-d tint lu'i.. *'i" Hfi-t w .f' t4 ? tH.1'4U i..i1 i''vlI: 4: '. II. r 18.: jL'i. .j il lCI'l'. :?i t.- '; % i. ; i.iWil : ?! ;f I Jt. C.-i.-s .M. U.) Pif..-:,-r of Otn..-*. '- 'rT''he un<]pri iif.l ?uhciiers. return to you 1 wjt.M. LAWTOS-a. WAIHWXIOHT BAOOT-wjc. ic. TAT
ii', in-UiiMi t i.iin
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r..l:1&: 1 1I < :
:otzai.: ri'-i lint 3.r C.ule* "i -i v.i-4 d f-r' ts "J { V V. M i I>. 1'I'i.-r-- AiMfMirr.in "-r nj"-t (.Tittfwt: thaiiksi for the very liberalWIiit.i. t
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'-cifd i fu. i.nl IA ihe t.it..t! A i i.rn I toa-joasrH i. DIX.L-W. LAWTOJT fl.
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rtirnltfl4.&lcic : ( .t.nt:< A. Nu't. M: I). Prf..-'* -r f Mt: ru Mtdica.Tii" pitr"'itf fins rHet">w upon u' aschyur
'.. '., !. : -ti tin r:.tl. itne j'a\ ( tl C'. v. ksji'IrKfince! have l l'et't ge-J i iii the
e from Cii'n e.it *tlu, -T.-J V < > i- .1:4.| 'jiifiij'e I'LL : "VK ens
lIiit. t. J ii.. jtot epir> t.J uitiPib.ly LAWTON
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tied c.mii 2'Tt' (4 f nifjiK t- .. ; .H crp : i j '- v. .1 L ij Ji.if -ii .1 : H'II } } (C.th-e -Jt..r.i Vt..ig'hi ; { .iti'l St'iliE'i.iiit'; s in this I ,

unit. The t11re4 1 i.ttatk n-j C-it; ; \. i. 'f I LI.* lie t..i.! ;t. '! ill I.! 'I I nc r! W W' -.ii l .! .11. ;: ".'il i f'1' i i-l PrI.Lr i.i.iilc. cli'U!: C !InC. ii.I.- I. M D_ :m.l S:i-.mel !'. Cipii! i!1. rify. n-j-I Te .itrMu; "rft-r ur -rvii-es tae! ilsuir.g: ?tai -

Id m aVyair H. ; !, i J.. t !.""L. Iu..' t.i J n.. I i- i '\ ii: 1.1 l* lL 4.. 4... 1,1.1-k L JHk ;.. ,ri.J i. !l.-r n
l Si'n' fK.I ii.1 in.- I. iiy r'.l :itt"K li' <'. )l.ere't f.ire !las Wen '
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Lupr.re qI4itr Cit! 'niu' fi lr-i.i: : -t r1: ";'l It jJii.t 'I : ri'it iii;: ;tt..j'I.i.' % TI ;i.i'r. j,. \i, -. Iii.; U'ite t>-. iL1. I. tud .1:1: 1 th.' ytr 5t I! n! i'i O'5"b i.j pr'i ,;'irirLvi I ::ls NJ ttcti'fc ymir pa'n'iMund infiueccein 5o. 15, Sootbern Wfiarf,-
ii .. s. V -r.i i. :....' :i t. -. tlMJi.ie! -f rlii II:1.. \\ltn-li, I j..i\e nsc :-- ( Mi* '! '} l."I VerR ctfallv.RU031C.
W tt i tt.: < .11 the 1'j'ur-
13v1)lln.; bils s3 -. "f TM* x '< 41 -- .Mch'hrjc i. 'ij;; -n.. r cu.t sif Vi- rr T'i! % ei .. iM'j.fnv-I l. I> .
4.t : I [ *!Lj] I : i-t-. .i it ii. HEIR.ivpt.ij.'Hr .
100 tS; rii'it; r* .n J T< I. l"i'; 1t.1l : .4.4 4. 4t tJn-Cunf* t. ljI.tt .tttt-ijii t.ii iii-'iiuti' t> fi"-ii &
A-Ju< 25.1S54. 34 SmHiil
Fair O-l-vi 4'. '. .4 '. 1 II- i.1 1'.t''! .: L 1-4'i.. J-ir L'j l6J.MiJr.uiri -. --- .- -- -----. Cuntii| i.. 'I I .iil ih c. !'iitth l iv o! ,' N..Hfiiitw-r Till AjTii.'Ilio CO 1554. S9JEFFERSON
Cvt'.W. A. i). 1--1
1 .! i. > :u'i e :- > i py tl.c I'r.'f. >M'<> In tLi.r Notice.no'lersis .
1CI'-'T1tc. : JAV.KS II P.IiOlME.Jf.n.i; :
Br-u Utu (- 1. ri.r. C i"l 2<.V O'.l.i .'.* j-<-iiV. : I. fit- t.xtiat.h.ir\ FEMALE ACADEMY.
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piactif.il
C..rnftr: W tVun V.l
V.. V 9t. C I I.;f.i :<2. j -r \vt.CoUi z '.) li'j f. ( 4 1i4t pti .. f l.. .:g r By tii- (ht4'nL..1.1te..tI tj Tii*-r'* Sire ,itr"i'4! 'i I c '.r-i .L, .iLi.'it h'.H.Jrm "LI M" t..v tlie 9ll "f O-'ti'hf nn.Jer t'it c'l-trsTf JL Mary A. Bez' nu.. Vcea ?d. I.rt. cf Leon County ; r 'lgives
.. notice 8ll !
Viuun.i demands
j I F. !L ti personshariue eninetsgid
.e c'f :IT it& 1-J M < 5 .1 Rrp".s:3pal jtttlzltj.44 i&1 ii,.. h't.l; I ': .I IIIIr14 r.riL.I r I:.; ..f Mr*. R.v'F iWL'( .50K.( Pi? p- !. ""w-i-ted hy
C ; ; IkLi 3
>v'f J.ii* "f tjutc.Tj.ii.i.4 : lIlt [ 3tat ti promt them vi:hin the time prescribed by
ti thi.tft' Mr. T.V. A. Scr.ih Thi> M-.si tl D 'nt ij> noskr
puitni
ii. IILXtb nf K.ti"lltan % :Ll i te-1.
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Ill
i'I.|. i;; tli.-it tl.t\. ().-t-3.- I SM. 4'' I : r | rrnf.-ss'ir GaosctatS i'h tlii lavr. or tlh notice will be plead ia bar of th-ir recor- ;
tl. rlt.r .5! *
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r Bisb? or Hew York.O.rrvi ] 3 llIJ .'I-r..3 %' 14%it. I : *** _'. L.I i..t1..i; ( .. NI..% b l.tithri Sss.: tLI I I, seven I.UilJlfl ThOMAS an-1 tiitv-i-i.e.! HUNT, M. D.. Dear Ci.rjw .1 *iij'it'j-v-ti c l ana talented T -afjers. tfjfstherwitlitli cry ; end nil :hiae tn'lefcted are n-qni-Jted to make

k : .:*. O21.3.p. 3. :=_:-: ..- ; I Hital'i'I ci-iv, o tii.it-e. Art 15. 1551. 33Ofy.fi 1 :,ilii'til'i'! '. i'tt'Iigi.Ce and morality "fM i payment immediately. THO.J. t FJRKIN8. ,

...,. "n'vi ?.." r. < ,''-. .?iv Y. nt.n ll1ft } -- -; --- -- <.iriifll-'. \'<>in Iili.: ;!I *-M.,V er ry facility for j [Sentinel.J Jlrlminitii ater. ; ;;'

iu t.. ,,(:.>-. F., "t'. '!- ,V f KeY: .1!:, ii ;r ';}:c I-I.t ., .F i4 I 3.. ,I I | IlIEXZITTh n *t.tt.: -I. '!. in>i4I 11(1.! fi.fc-I. 1 :Ihscttinn.Rit Argust 28.1554. 8w 84 -_'- i"

fill the p'li-' en j v f i' i', 't l : t 'ix'CtM--i ;!. .;.. jt t, i,, ii .1.; -tn? i* .1* '< 1 're tl .- lir>' "F' \ i: t\ !l. III. tho \vi.'ri if tL'! : I- GfNNY RAGS. Kt-bV: f-r fi-ki-z C..: <- > f Ti.it i *n a f.'itrt. pnabT> by fha Mid- SEYMOUR'S CALTASIC
of '. '.':I'i' I.KI i It. .. I.- I -. \V.Ji .-. the: S'o. THO.M M. PALME ?. -
flIp i V. ii!i !. !. :.4'J44.. L. y '' '. 4 i.: i iii.-wf:t. 1 t.L 4 ,'" i.i. < \j\J\ r..... HODHI l.-' i :,CJr:. dr f > :
I D .triIThI. : ': >! .... ; .1. 1. i K v -.- .- $0,4.-.1" .1i i.i' *1 'i.i."* t'. u.t-i .' ili- r.tu:. i.- t f Li'i'ii j-n.' -VJ i SCi-n'rniari!! Cofui'.ii'tce of Publication. ABDOMINAL SOPPORTERS.npaESE

,* -..- : t. 4 ; \.. Jtw ; : '--'-.I (* !' I.M I l.'.< lll_: l.lfll l'*. l ..it! \ \ (tl- ii.,l I. Au--t, 10 I3- I M >ntice'! '. Srpr'nbt-r 3'J. 1S5*. 89 .
'h. ii !C. .: V. l .- -ii- |fr! n. I 1 .1 l.il .i r, v I.t-le I. It- 't. .. n ( .I'.i! n; -0-

to 100-t v. ot Uc4l tr' 'i;. 1 : .i ii.. v. ii-i. l lit* will Mtn I rt tin; J-'iil. l>ln or AN Plantation fcr Sale. 'OFFIN & PRIXGLE, :bo JIThUBUG0 !

Steam Corsrur. caticnvi3! IO\"V il\lfr.! : : iei rtie..r r.4'n--r.!: : '. \\ \.>, \\ I 'I"HAT .ImJue I'.t; .'e -i in JtfTi'roi: :b C-.r.'y f:.r -- i

; .t'c i :\.I'k! Uk.Za1 K I \ S 11f...,. Il'I HI111..;. I. I't.t 1 I.III. i t..- Jl'e-l i.,. in tlie r.i'I ot e.e! l'i?'>* i. t. ''/i s'.rA.I P ;' wa-oo? o i J:*-rwmen:* ae m. Jc npon strictly Sol- .

in S J'i ii i 11, R-I.I twh"i! ;pajiiH M i iv !.> ti .t f >i iitii .111'- "I"'i:< .e f l'nvt\! M.l;l. luiL: "'I 'I e CHARLESTON, 0. C. JL eurirlr i'rir.ipl. EL' tre luhly approved by ?

rarm j. T.i; ? d! s w:< tinl l i i t:. _..r i M t% 4i..'. ..i il <. 1 ii"V.i>c j-ii-i--- -t.- D '!..r* f.'i i r i I ir..t. I' tj ,_.I, ,, j t 'u.i'; ti.. Ji:') rp--. i NYr-T.-i.-n--.i. '. 'f LOC ae-t SHORT STA- t-.f t MIiiiI PnTeinn in tn country and in Europe

Were S i'j: iL ;, tin-,. l,!; .ii p. i>-t ; TI-O 1) .|'.ir f'.r t-! SiAl... tnlii v.i'n .li! li.-;? ,!l.'l *-i ii'. jif..icti.< ;n'a!.iut 14's llt- ; 1_ PI.K: Conn iN. a I .f-r! P-iH'ri. will I'ee' VniUHb'- Dy--"ji-nr.orlicri.. EnL'orirtment of the

iit\ I). 'In t.. i.i i iie. ,ir. tr.i't; I ir-n51 eliii 4.J! tilM |ii- le..lf'I will. (".-III. ("'.'..-. rtit.Vf.! "I- l> ., -. I) : _--__ Fill !i.# nr.d Cerrx Ureri. FIu-T Abcs.; ... .
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,- '.-attihii I. :i I I.1) j1 lh1 'lft'; II.. \V.. Mti'i-! I 1'ainnir !_"I.-i lI: neth! :. t-tt S1'! .vtll LItrI
I'II E \iri <-i- -IK- iiijtiiti"! t..5ii- |>.iiil f r. [>[>< n.J Can1"l & c1 JXMN". Lie-sCitJB, Mi.ira-ni Cucjiy, or IL E.DCEB. till tii"si- tlntiisiLi; wl.irii there m a want nf hertion >
Cnie.pn.1..c.! i.ft4f Journal ii..j Miii l .. ivin tit. M.i5.iH"l N. w (>i I- the f.I .v..i, tr m <: v. !R..$Wil a- t J. V.' D.' '..g i fl. ''ir Mi! !', v '! irnefjfl. Vr jm.l *"M I r !?* j'Li; -t- : Klhitcit.'ie.r. nod ti-i.e. in he Abdominal and Pelvic Viscera. ;;

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V .-.: s.-'L| 2 7. Uvi. l'i-u -i-i! i nii'iiti < 1.- 'Il Colint'v. en trfttt-llt'itu Ili.llyi'a re. | .i IgLLilT :nj m ; :-. .. : ;3(o. 1854. 80 4m A ripply nf these valuable Iiiitrimeots j i t reoetTeJ j::
sl 1J 1.. "ii In e Til r-t tiij .U-u li.i ..- ittiitol it, ii<- 1 f tl jt. l> t iri1.la. il>'. t .i I'-t } .
It 5 I" r-rn .rfj in tc :;.. },- in -rtint iVvutw -- : I ? : jI j'.it'\! i.f 11 I i.< .t.t k IIIM--II Is arid for sale at theDrue S' -re of -J

ici.ml j :,'..*., Si- .ti.. ie I id.p.j** i.t ttv4.: .'f.'t i.iMi Jit. FORMAT! .! ; i Mi'sn. I'l-.ilili iu'l l g.i."! r>. *i.-\ ;in tl i "Ci.. itv -d ui'uimHit* .100 Boies Manufactured Tobacco, ORConsi BARNATID
*Xjhrtte.: i.-1 C'.itr I ii I % *! .-< i'-iuiju-r*. is u K' 'i'.iir *KI: f'i'f; nit-i, witJi 9I jmnli ,nik-! '.( sp" iuti< MI Cliuu !.. 4 (26,1334. 34Notice. '1w frJ
!t.i'ii-i.- f. r I-I. .il iTl. .. ... rtifciii'i llll'hfl* ill 1 Pall ''''I Hr.\Vi-h ncicut.
f t-.iif-r I "iii I nu" iiii.'i IM-M-JI ; { ( .r. '" I .I.-.i
it t but thf T Aril "tI.. I ISC1.
)>i.aj .iiw .f l.t? Ti :ity i rv. :ir *: j All '-tE. ; 'Ith.
*elHn-, \.nl I '. -tVplvl tt.-r ii.iVul tLILLI, -.8C .1 t' .1. IJijt'iti I 1'jtlilfi I n. 0i! I tin- 'lIi. vli r.-ll .|,.,M r'i *M 'lIII II i-i'lcc-iU! r l.i' 4 >i> B-.xYirj'r.It 3nn! -..fartur .
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co ji.t-i c .ii.j < Tlrft'l'V"1) :: )l-r-il H !<- I!l..ro.. IIIilNZI.I : : e.iiK -* .
'C. : j i-,.:,..,.., ,,f t,,.,- ivi t.-r -.- :.' :.. '! ..- '-tc.Ill. i J AJ-M'l.lt.; "ill I i i'i nn 41'IIi.1t1l1 L itJi \ \'\ i..: } !<.!! < i. KuU.i-l: T. liiiiv.u. .'tVin L.i r. } I_ l T..'iiiii'i*. -f a-&-.rteil q'ml.tie*. put up wirhnmre "\ "OTICE is hert-Jiy given that Application wIll b
tin* P.tuMfpi !i< in S'. \t.l'i'K! Tv'i t. e ti"l.ui'_' : : I CLI&14 i..l-- A ; 7'v t o t tluli l.I.t > n.t'o !1..'. a'uMietter
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lr.ity i.l| ti''in. rLt t j* !h.f,c'--iii-l tl.-Jr c.-'i.-r.- \V. ..It.4 (.' -.i.'v. \l.'l..I.: M I l. .i fciie-l 1 !l.%' rare ; .iy1 made at tKeusuing sasiof the Legislator*
11kII .. it O-li'i! KI-M. an .'- I "i I l-itlni |i.itnewj !>.\ lirVH.Ll.5iS.{ ; i ,, i-Ti-ni-.ie. till nfhioh will: btW'U t to Mcrrlinit's
1' t'u, f f.j(, j j. y.tl, T1." 'J t \ .' AiiV.- jt v Ii. -.- .. i i.f: ri-I I -.- I'.!. .Jm! 1 H\ |l..r. iVM "Mrl-f utT: right nf Florida. for clterutiiKi* amendments in the chaNtcr
tile > : .- ..f: ii. LAKH.' N.vji-it.Fw A ;:M::: \\ iruiNcio.\-I j j TiaJ rr* lilM* >-et tiiiie, ti> mul .'*.
r.t4i. fj"\ lOt
4tt4i ., <.t JliUl.U 8'4'rS JT4.-: MII.I \i-v i Y.4 ,J 1 ,. I s's. : tht-)I < il-l>riitiil, F.n.nvJCi ; parfi. of the IVns.iCoU and Oeorjrut fieilruad Compaojp.i
f..I. '4t- ILII tl.. rih! tlrt'v "\<..I' <-i, ( a.'i..l, t 7. 1 4,4. StrnL-r !II. l5il. :30; DANTL LDD.N. sedin 1852.
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tbe 17 I5ut 1 t.. t i.:J. t.itTtun ..', ro-t. 'epttI la'r IS4.; 3S 26. 1854 Sm 34' .
rly .u r ) e ozS Goo4'1 .'_' *h. I( ..t I U i-i-s ,,' III. .1.l I k.n-k V MJ DR. LL'iVIS, August, _

the 1rvn. 0 ,* I lIV, ut'! I t'v J at. t \ ,< i J .* t.li-i'f-1, F'i. Tllt-le I !15 in it a liei.l I ; i
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5 'Jim OKA WIflTAn!: .1-: i i\jmr. j" : RESIDENT DENTIST Friends of Education,
*5l.-f t l llM'liutto t t'lftiJ t tt Curled Heir Mattrasses.
1'l(1 Vj'IJVr; 1- L 't l.r -t! li'.r-- i'i liitl'li'V'1 St lie-.
tlC3 'I.tII tII! I..IIl.1 jjt, ,4f },.. 1 ie.\ 1 la > .i.v ifNIMH i y i v.: K'-it.ii.i1* M. a /i-ii- ?.sI .L -'*I tta.-t it. it 1 ts 4 iFil (SealedTiiOilAS DROW.V. | \LLA1IAH5F.11 FLA.IS rI MIE: A" ui.il *e-'i.in Of th. Mn-ii-? Fetr.a'eSemi1 lUST recetved.nn corwnniear.. stint of fine rarledl ,-
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(1 'Y $ ilut 44.. ir .Ul jnwl ti.tr tm.p.j % .:- i Jin*! Ui.ii. i t .f. u.I'irk l lLKON ii-i\\ iiirtii.sj Aitiiici T''Cf'. tulhr-, ir>r\ .' niinf.fi.t l i>i> )1.nii.y the llthliiat.Afler hair niattrnt s double M
lI > or single-- thing
1-'rt'.vi I I 1) -i.-n4, I'l-li L'n n.r llll.l l >III. -J-I -. Will.oiitis'ij very
ciiij t "- i.. lLt Clltrtt tak ,.. IIX i.i1ri.'I J | in't h exj ei e. ftTitt' an>l tnn.i.Ie. -have hot weather which will sell low close. 1 *
.' Ffii'-li C'- nurii li'.dilaifl I I Ur'nl) .iin ti>* Cuyrr. ttth. 151. fri'in >euuJc t.' tl S we to t
The \ 1 itii.tr.ox 4 I .21.1 l .t t 1l t.t'it ..- <- : : April ( 'uguint.. -11.1s -.Tt-.I in :.r.' "inn4: tlio STi'iief tvri nccoinjilM.ii '

Ite i.;$lltd'il '1 tiji l'.uirv" "1 -ik D ILIl i-k >hjrtl! ', .\ :.1.- '. ,t- 'InPi ii.jri'i'.r I tlie -.Ij'*. J J4 IEN J- .tI.r.. t llioct .M-i't: <-u..-k. len ii' ei plc: fi-r i|It.t j i.ii-I -xt"ieti: 'e(& lndiei, Mi* C'' WATERMAN nOd New Port 181.BAGGING* D. LADD.
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done t..i.*1 4t i lti i i.. Ui.' A
Wrhi'.r "1bj t. lI I w.... lat% ; s,., I i'-.i! ( \\MC-V\ \ C..r'.i i 1:1 litii I I|' ji'. I I&t aj. w.l I t._lL (!ii'V:L fro'ii him. Mclfia Coils : .I r.-t': l iiii1; 4j i ri''i't.il ci.i.tn-iTt'f the fi i. ] .fl.-rm.in.. who card iww at their? ports'Tieli .- ,

.t t It 41 1.4 t :.. ... 4. ...,, r. i...... .'n it.-.l Fl-i'i'ti-U I Mi'ineM l Lt'v l.'i.! -l. KMwti. lit- 't ill Mtetitl t.$ ail ee'.Nen ail theeffieiVit) /nf Mrs.MI .
z.r e 1,ir.-'' .ri: I 1 Ii.i ', mi.-I i1' the Tl. r are .-,, a* ti I' :v 14. \ tbi nd lit? mnl ticv. But, &t I&& .M'fl ii 4__ g.rn.Wy OJ--IH ,> C.irnliiu-e PLi KP.li.eilH iimlU in i.W: i'n.4i Miliin B1V. vetlt Iil.uk MJi.le FI 'n.1.1; f i Full it-it*. "Mime wW.r.ei! : 'Full -E: E\. 'Si- tJiiii'w e ran Kifely prnenise er.tire snti Bale Rope, Tffine and Salt.

wit' Ml.'It| U. *n i I'i !leiUr.He n..eles and ; LAGRE above articles will
M.llfhll 1 1 ri-\ 1 1 liOV aie (1M'i ilr. U'lit M.e I1H1 fier Sptttf i nil a' iuri--iiiiv m.it i- otiiiei ti. ;nil nut pitrnei. It e i nnpa- \ sticknftb. bfllcept
tl. it <. l k. lik .! ,% V.K-C n it. i.,.,. tin ;,. 1)1) :'. I1_ li *. lailIir lI..r-M l.'uie ever secn. i wih waiHi' ri every ii.-tai--, *'. sitif.ictM) 11. nn.i'' tri.i'n- f'-r CitiT''iis i-f Fl rMit tt>*entl iheir linj: .rters \. Mli.4til (Iip>inhor7t the whole Fall and WiutetS4aon. i_ .

Til. tl '* .p-< I.i HI i- U i t.l! 41.1 Jlf sltb: 5ie.! II.. i A Gill 1/iai.k't. t ; IeLl- ( fr Sc.l.: ': 4 ji I ;.t' 'I L. i-J-. rawed We
wln Uirii. to
j
see
< t..li-r 7th. It- t. 40 8w i f, St Ii" >rit eift'ien'.by '-lie was eitv. buyers us
tct tin! 'iweUv! .' '. i "i I '$ illcil Jv.ti\w! I H.te.l V.lvetn. W he (ieolL'tAtb hll HEIR
j' sei..Ti -S c"j-y 8 times June 24. ISVk 35 j sv..I! odno"t.il 1,1 tlie Sjunth; wlmis i pt'rnuaiaentlv-l..euti.d! fore piircliHsire elsenhe. 4 KU8T.
But it fb''iM l>' trfL iii. t n.... % 1'., c.. ..1; '' i: 'i L Heavy OM.ht.uii', Notice.
; tinv. It U nlai thnt -
ifli In r hit ire ile' a /zy every -*
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cu fn ] .-i' }et. i iCIM r wrir ; i4tit PJ '. .2it'; t i. t:' r I M'll.in.j Sliiit) I' The Best Bargain Ever Offered1IX "lIE
.nm. aa 1 rn jTlut M: JtL&'i. I.e'. ws i.f1 I'.w.3 fl1.Ib,. LAND IK FLORIDA.T PlNCKNbY i O). i, tiHil.tv dK* hl'IVe InlI.isIz h." t.' the m-lile ami! prttew.'tkc .fTrt* /\fKEGSoa ', and for sale low by t4 ;

Mr! Jj-'iilt.' 'u* ..-l1.I! in p. KIHW.'fo* jr..ttinhat ; *t.t tb'.nt&iit<.1< Jl.. nfl. ir-. 1 by m-e'tnl iprtf enrtit. lf* lvi tel..viile tim t .it'dni I 'f Feni ile eili.ciitiueiia FliiriJa I HEIR tdl I)j.lrl
iw t.fjtjuJ id E51iI tcro. cilai.t4t : ( r. ii.. 1 hert"f"i e nff..rr.I inv Plintitionf.ir! I
.p g' .V1LLIAM M.TUXXO. t' whm nil p -i"i3hnv.j You cm h.e n Cirn-.l.ir l Sty (rU're-' "!!!!? Auth4t 19. ISM. 33 -
?-'- l.e hail usd tn.i.y fr tliat pui'eI is ituhe AJ! f f*.! at the I'lw-.t 3IirPIL lw r 1 .iie lit tl ri-at bargain, but dM n.'t ttatetlielumi on dceu.tndd or teiug indebted nr' r.f.ret'rl.WILLIAM JAMES Z MOSELEY. A. M, ,.

**Sltj3.f.r li) none of his CIRB. and t'i' : /vnuld t-H cu-Jit nt the Store one djuy uoith of ilesbrs' iLdff KOct. tliit: made ui the -Inrp-in. For the ir.frrin.-iti..ei M. TCKKO.R. MADISON C.H.,Fla. ------5- t.444
of liiai wiLa fundi Lun not, roitfse, 'JijJ i f thi publi". 4 r Q. PINCKNEY.Jr. September 23. 1354. 37
10! Se k IAjtCL 7, 1S54. 4ft n* wH its afariiMusf I'lmitatinn, I )herewith Charl ton. Aucut 31. -ISfl. \FEW "Boxes for sale .by ;

live Mime '.f the) itciub and a tlewriptim! of the prem- 'HEIR & RUST;

Leon Female Academy! it.eM.itls their premsnt year's product-, Ac. I luueI THE SUBSCRIBER ci.ntintitthe -bnrimw here- Leon Circuit Court-InClaanceiy. August 19, -1854. 33 .

lrus. cxrt-cwos in the enlai cd buM/Jiu/ ; will I HSO acres fif Lei., !. for 'l.Wi Jwillcne K"d titles. toD'ro carried tinder t\w mmt nf TUNKO( PIN'CKXEY Albert J.'PecJ.isft anti wife"0nd -

) SCHOOL.._ ":i Ttn 'flay. Otti.Ler 2 ''h. 1'niU 1 and thorc are as uiiHi i-r nioie that .belmgs tu the & CO, and tenders tu lie* frieie.l* the renewal of Jului II. G'ndrnt and wife- Wanted,

PORT OF ST. MARKS.ARUIVRD. will find it much U. tli i ii, advantage to Ins pueieiimllypn i Lan.l Conipauy that I have B-ixes on. From all these his IeriCp. WILLIAM M. TUN NO.Sfpttmber flflDRToR SALT

I ihe of tIse -Ilises. jireiiiW-s 1 Imv* an.l l.all: make this year as wear m 30 s 2m Duval. Admin '
eut nt .rgziItm.Jti'Il ( [ Term* 9. J854. Sttniuel II. 1. 'J 'J J and Deer Skiua. for whj&'tb 1 hurhesttaartet
rateuu from f 5 W) to ?12 60 t pet quarter, :.et.oriin. trtndviiuccnjeiit. 1 cnucntt*. nnd from th"firrnn's tlmt Ihaie already !Lstrator. Juseph W.fltI tt uLIT prioe will be paid Iy HEtS.i'RUSTAngmtl9.18M. .
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.o. % .rom tw Jerk, Xluhic ti'l50 ptr quarter; VHMJ in.troni fl11.le. tIi fi1ln in; rr.tu 'Iz LIVERY; STABLE Iwl'tg raasle t appear bt affiilavit that Joseph 33 1

to flctr1 i Di1li.1.i:7 <-i>t f'2 iO Fienchor onmramtul needle w uk') I Ab-mt 2.3D") wnith Turpentine ; 0---- W. Field. S: rah W. Powell, Eldoti Field Thomas :

; WII F1eO, OLary, Oritac., *5 00 pt-r quarter. Vo extra cIanl.e for X, reside Land for Sale.THE .

will ronstitejte a part of the regular werciies.Jntlt AVut 15 r J4 Dales Cotton; inf-rni hu 'bejond the limit, .f the State of Florida. ti>-*it : in subscriber will se n at t, bargain

Bng E. Rtmiagtoo. J.Sawyer, New York <.eHc in Vtc>sl Juutic to the whole tihoul w.Acii With airy qiian. ity of Sweet Potatoe*. and other Qj'T: friend1 nnd ihe piililw the, StntB of Mipie""p? it is ordered that he said defendant tract of land oratnicg 'eu _
all nl
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CLEARED. j/ri efni>gr. sn m.iMeib: a> tilings.Tlieubiive di and nntir. otberwi-e the saidc.tnjtLtiiiinte' Ovilh rirer, sad k > Sandr Forr .
oolv 91fL.; .._. that ho > b" f.uinil > appear wo as
r.lnI1 o.Tered for the sum 'f| : IIIRV alvriij t '
8.pt 27.-B.uk COOT..V. Hipper.. y The I Piieicipal proposes the fnllrwing financinl r.frti aru i : bill !hall l he taVee pr.t tovfrrtn against CTM of which is barnmnek, the bal tj "
r York lb Fift.fi Hun.ired. Dollar (W 600.) C-rn. F.lLli.r.P..tJ..t4. tit the STABLE |>|>> ite tin- .1 1il. ready fit &CL"ii&tii"- QB* ,
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*lwo Aiidis'-n it C... vh fS hhl... er.t' Inti .v.viz: Tii)rA\CE .l.all Cattlr. With CurrM iiu.i Hnres. them. tI'I l that fl-U order be publUWl once a we kin one handroi! acres are cleared g, _'
; !J. lt. Stock H.ig'. Stuck Farming iiet! > them *
12 Zt1cc 1L6 baI e.'rt'in t&r;., 'l"u bo: 1* witi'e I tn a I l.lurii'U of 2 per cent fn,m tlie risf'i fiiiil:Tiiriw-'i-n. -; T.mU1. can I:* 113.1 Hi PI.intf.timi. ntfje. P... H'irf kept nt Livery <>ei rensoniWe term some etew p.iper printed in the Middle Circuit olFl it m the plae where a po_ .t j fraid j k _-(

Sptrit ., 2(* I.t.h. pn.n. i iiUrr! |it UK ; I tl.'i -e vhn'ii'Vr! piym-trt if'iiU t iKVunili .. ; E.IAMIN UYUD.F Vieiint L-tn an I Feed furnished f r Drovers i '.nda fur the space of f>or nvmtba.AT p3endiI .tid lar'* pub1i boi 'j irr -
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tl.e v i rliy ,lbc! chaigeJ 8 T cent 1 Ie'U i. OHJiBEts Sept. 16th. 1854. to puda. wifl '
VESSELS I.V PORT. i'u-1t r' cee ?, p 'i : ot..i b'.ry.Vukulu! County. Flu % isIl1-Inr4t-M ltLiI .!tji'lie iih.ng appiy ,.
( Hit.il J.: WAYLES BAKER. Jndg
: Jam ray, We.cia WLitlee, liiil ;> di'iingjl.e fifli! *iUf enchquarter. ::t'' 15-1. will Kt-rt leinmrtf ti> jrirerif.ictioTi t'i hi* pat- AUost HUOH Aacauu Ja ClTc C FcL2 :
z > uui i cj jirenK-nted te.'UcitD kture of tha cusiwu.Taihbaae A true copy. : %
Ithb.'I.MIfl WuULcuucupy 4 tixues, audseiiJ bill run'. auJ a public
.4 Grfo.
A. 1C WOLFE, J'rincinz.k1fb'r7I4 1S54. Si let 22. 1 1. <:; 10 Jo,, 29,
Aa tirt 26
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JUDSOIfAtIQALDDAC'lOP D. :Ei: Ae.s, I ATTENTION LADIES.TlyfESSRS 8prtaa azid ..r

: d TALLAHASEB FLORIDA, BEOi WHITAKER ask leave to :
Cl.C-thin
1V1 call the
your tltgant aasortmeot of
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Wou. and Jt Deafer, J Goods, : and receiving atLe well
_ mtt W.a adapted toyocr Now kni.w. 'b"
.: :J: DRUGS AND--:ICE. f sole p Ins ctat.1 '4A.READT.&DE ;

4 S AF I R au J certain cure for 0)n lt..0.Jd .Croup. Dyestufls, Surgical and TRIfO,
Iotmt Edgings
/JL Attluna, Om"'lI'lIption of the Lnnsrji. Spitting of I Spices, Snuff Window Ier. softatle for Spring sad'a .wW. 'lIitIuI .

. I i BVwd,BroucLitie, 1Ipisig!' Cough, nii'l all Pulmonory Oil*, Varnishes. Potty Ol.Pt, O WISS Eu 4 JD'D Kt EgD part the foDowinv utitM
AffectitMts. Mlufactu I.) Lisle Brown and Whit Navy Dr PJIO .
nud Va. .
Ola Ware, r.-
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; pans, az&d WLite.iDei riII .
t Fine Fine Tooth Pure and Brandies Smyrna" R d 'do
I. CHERRY AND LUNG WflRT q Soaps, Wine Saxony Smyrna FJooDeinfS. Clouded and WhIte h.k-'ec.
and Hair for -
Brthu purposes
t Heicn Blonde Striped and PWn ac. .
; ; FOR rut cuac or :r A LOVELY YOUNG LADY CURED OF Paint Drlhes, Fa cy Art Bl'k aDd CoN Drap 4'Ets 5ss* ndp

Coughs, Colds, Doarsiess, Spitting OOSSU lprlO ..e Garden Seeds, Fine Havaa Sn. White Goods. do do SomtwrCioafe l'-i.-
lie bait received <
_ recently brigs and
p The is from the of Win. II. Lni"iiEq i per .Swvpr White and Cord Drill Part,
following
of Blood Sweats Asthmi
Klgttt pen .
and Freak
a Loge supply ol every variety JACONET Cambrics, Swiss Muslins Marseilles Paota
4 the distinguished editor of the {T. S. Military and Fancy ,
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of articles usually
kept by druggist Planters and Book"
, S LIver CoBftAiits| ud 5nval Anrus.under date New York,January 26, 1850 Physicians will always find attbise.tahlishmenta fall Striped Nainsook MFigUCoTd BlItbrBpdTU Fancy Cassimerw do do for Sonacr.

: CONSUMPTIONP13AT1I I What could be more conclusive f supply of every thing needed,and on the most lib M Curtain Fancy and WliU Manrillea Vesta.do fe
"It; is seldom we permit ourselves to occupy a t emi.. Linen Bishop's Lawa.
DR. JOHN Silk Vesto.ALSO.
can be aDd 'ha been prevented in thou pl ace in these columns to speak in praire of any article -DULL Orders from the Country promptly filled sat Light Spring

_ of cases by this nature' own rtmeduJUDSOX'S an the patent medicine way; but when we see the life SOMETHINQNEW i ifacto guaranteed, with regard both to a and Mourning Goods. A general aaewrmeot-of -
: 4. CHEiHCAL EXTRACT OF CHERRt of a fellow creature saved by the me of any medicine AND Physicians' 8hkU Cons oto.
AND \OHTIL niodicine VALUABLE.p preptio carefully com TDL-K all wool de Laines, Black Satin, rat.,Hosiery.Draw**, tfcder.lirt.
This unlike
; 'fI LUNU most whatever, we consider it HI our right, if not our duty, ounded. aa.I"eUr
.it: the patent remedies of the day is the result of thecareful to give a simple statement of facts that others may Tb most powerful King on of tbt (110now Mao. FLUID EXTRACT -L> Bombazines, Hair Crape, tr articles too numerous) to maotioo. .
EPPINGT3
__ : ttn.ii/. and trpeiimenttot scientific and txffi 10 like manner be benefitted. The case which has in .ft\fa UM crowned luprvmt betdt la the of American Karope rink Republic.Into Iftilffalflciaof Tb.! powerf OF BUCHU. COPUN FigdSnks, French A fall assortment of Cloths Caasiaem V-
which the subseriber 1 U
1 ienced Phyticiani. The two principal ingredients d lutvd us to pen this article, was that of a young lady wb.conpftred to that of oar Amertc Kinc.Kuropfui December 24,1663. Watered do English M prepared to inan
. ;i have long been known and celebrated. of our acquaintance who, by frequent exposure to the King employ the power veeted In tbrw to 6 Plain do M'ning Sleeves A Collars. order on UM shortest ootie, in the Tt

d WILD CHERRY BARK.-When the strength of light air, ctmti acted a cold which settled oo the lung to IDCTOTM freezer the mUery riches and of the degradatloa rich tad,lordly the peor, and od to rrdaee drpeo- Glas OUs White Lea., Ve.t :. style and best fjos Jbl. manner. All mOr 1rW of N
Clothing calL
3: this is properly exti acted is the Lest medicine known b ef< re its ravages could be stayed. ((This occurred deot Our American King goes forth with qtuU wiliinic.De assorted sizes, Handkerchiefs.LADIES *
for the worst and other disease two thi. to the lordly raaniion nn>l humble eabto.Tt4j alike Gl Orders from UM toajtrr "jt1vi
I curmz Conglie Pulmonary years ago winter) Various remedies 't'reusud. to adminteter relbf aDd to offer health. and Io Al/U 100 kegs White ,pureextra *,it loosens the phlegm MIl enables tbe sufferer toexpectorate but with very little effect or benefit The cough the lofty and lowly, the rich and the poor. happiness 8 barrels L Oil, C'bric Tape Bordered : toby} A. B. 1
; V. 4.\ easily, and Alone will cure the worst cold grew worse, with copious expectoration,and the sunken & s I''. IarchlLIU4. 11

4E j or cough which i if neglceted always ]"..to Consump eye and pale hollow cheek told plainly that pul. DR. JOHN BULL'S 20 Kegs Zinc Oil I Collars & Sleeves. In Leon Circuit -

t '1 tion. nonary disease was doing its worst on her delicate GREAT! ilEICil HIE OF l ?PHI! !! 20 packages Paint Paint, bbli.and bbls. Court
Fire-proof ( i )
J.UNG\V'ORTH.-Thie i ie a plant the virtues of rame. The family physician was consulted, and nl- 2 E f R'D Collars, Embroidered Sleeves BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTMBUTKHT

' which are known to but few, i it nai bwn nvid by the though be would not admit to the young lady that she Ii the TENTH VoNDU or TUB Wo l>, and the (&.. 2 bel Train OO. Wll.1 bbL Oil Varnish Mourning Lace Haley T. Blocks, Sheriff and tx-cftcM admiBkntw
most learned of all HIM that has blculnf evrr.1r nooI te afflicted humanity; to the luScr- Honiton M Setta of Sleeves t Collars. of the Estates
men nature bad the would of Graham Earls
pro. ally consumption vet he give no en InC millloni, the Doctor ran lay,rclivf U at your com- I Spirita Turpentine in barrels and at retail. A general and CLarlts fil
t i .t. vided & remedy for each aud every diftoune," and the courogement as to a cure. At this crisis, her motherwas Biand Ton hare only to sue tbU tnaictcal .m.dy. All assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters' via, deceased, complainant,
; *e discoveries that are daily made, go to prove its truth. persvaded to make use of a bottle of Dr. Rogers' thow who ttill luQer.and will not accept the proffered D. Silks, et cetera. YS.
*' Liingicorlh it JWess the remedy dtsi&ntdly nature TompounJ Syrup of Liverwort and Tar and Balm dllaern not the pity of tb i we ate This wonderful medicine. dariof the brief period rieceIu ( 24. 1868. 51 Silks. White Satins, Httk vceosed.
.. G for ConiHiitplion. Ita healing properties are harPY to state that she waa pi fectly cured iu lees introduction lia* curried happln to the braru ofthouaiid GLACE Sills Black" and against Nancy Lee, aod Wfllkn TlTis ,

truly' wonderful and the rapidity with which it cure liau three months, by thin) medicine: alone, after even ref ardrd*. and It only made a.life a I'alnrulaool a elutnti to Dilimrable many who esuttnce heretofore Wines, Syrups, & Flonnee" Crape Uessee, and Mary, his wi/.and Jesse Ea1. (eJ.'

.' the worst cases of Ulcerated Luu s, soothingand rub- Lope was destroyed. It is useless to comment on such To the wiodj wlcb nil Liniment, Kmbrocationi. Pain OLD Otard Brandy, Fresh Date*, BI'k F"1fd" Tarletooa au'd Col's. ant*.
1 dui all irritation, almost immediately, is a proof of a CHJC ns tin, for tile simple truth will reach where Klllert and 1'aln Kxtrartoni aDd let million. of clad Port Claret, Bl'k Wat'd M White Silk Illusion, appearing to the Court I7ddarit.u.c .
tU adaptation to Ihit disease. These two articles fiction tongues proclalin the uiertr4 of the pMt American 1 ant William N.
cum- xilisLol never can. If any doubt? the authen- Madeira Old Port Juice Brocade" Bl'k. Havis resioW beTODd...
,
RIng of lain a procuration co i-poiwj wlely of ,
: lined vitk; other purely vegetable ingredient, form a ti city of this statement, let them call at this office.- bUe and roofi, produred by America' own rich 1"and Sherry, Sparkling Cider, White Wat'd Blonde Nett. of this State, bat within the United 8ut.% sd
: medicine that ia certain cure the worst cnses of Consumption U. X. Militaiy' and.aval Argus, A'o. 19, Chatham bonntroiu II.w. London Porter, Scotch Ale, defendants William Lewis and Vary, his wife. tod
if taken belore the sufferer entirely 3,. y. r. .would aik the LIDIM,who are alwayi competent Jesse Havis reside in the State of Florida but
pron- judge of what b and .hat II not ft valunblv dually lueOieln Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, Ribbons & Trimmings. not b
trated. Do not be discouraged trial can do no barm, TESTIMONIES OF THE N. Y. PRESS. *, to do u* a vpccUl firor by giving the King of I'aia Raspberry Syrup, Sardines, the Middle Circuit:
A
but will convince the most sceptical of j ita rod worth. a slofle trial,and If ratinfuctory.exert tbelr iclliunuela BONNET Sash Rib'na. Black Silk Fringes, It it ordered That the defendant William N.Havfr
THOUSANDS OF CONSUMPTIVE PERSONS From the N. Y. Courier, Aug. 80, I860.DR. Its behalf, recommnud it. *i>eak welt and often of It, Strawberry Fresh. Lobster,
,".. 'i.. ..: ; have been deceived repeatedly in buyiug medicines ROGER'S STRIT or LIVERWORT ASD TAR-Weavc and Ladiecarr eee that vl.a\'I it U: lined by their afflicted when they nrlghbon.induce thtir The Lmon" Salmon Shad. Velvet, Cap 4 Bell Worsted Bindings, tint Monday in December next,and that said WilEaai

which were laid to be infallible cures,but which have h beard several important cures recently cffectd .uflrri.g frknd.1 rharitablPlaod Taluable neJInne, Pine Silk Braids averted, White Col'd Bobbin, Lewia and Mary Lewis hit wits and Jesse Hava&r
$ $. but this by this excellent medicinal and in they will be doing an act of benevoleDce that they can Apple Clams, White Silk Fringes, Snake Cord it Tapes. also the said bill
i:. ,: proved only paUitives, medidne is not only preparation, one well be proud of This U a powerful sod truly JDalIca1 Gauva Preserved Quince, appear and answer on or before tile
.44 ;.;, pallitive but a cure far u.'ceratedfig". It contains ill i4tAnc t that came under] our observation, we can remedy for all external diaeaw, enrr, iwellinp,burn, Currant Jelly. Peaches first Monday in October next; otherwise the CCQ.
t -" t..izi. uo deleteroui Drugs and one trial will prove itt attonisliing peak Confidently. One of employees, who bad SEC., and for many internal affliction,It i*a certain cure, Gelatine Tamarinds Gloves & Mitta. plainant'a bill shall be taken pro eoofeaao against fan

:: .; efficacy better than any assertions or certificates suffered severely from a long standing, cold durinc the yet the kat it U perfuctly Injurious harinle effect iu, and the inoapable mot dellea'cale.or pnhluclng. ot Sparkling .A' 's au'd aDd colored Kid Gloves, respectively ; and it is further ordered that raoliei-
i. in curing Consumption. all iliieosos of the Lungs ia-t week commenced the use of this article, and hold the wrtk.it roniUtuUon. Yeast Extra Pickles Spices L" LADIES .. M Silk lion of this order be made in ODe of the TaJlalaaasa]

_I an l Liver, eucb as Spitting of blood. Cough,j pain in c has entirely disappeared.' It II entirely uwieM to follow the old and wornoatsycteia Corn Powten, Salad Oil L LL7 Beaver ,. papers ooce a week for four month preceding said ;
,
l thc aiJ- and cheat, niffhltifft'ats, fcf. Jr. From the N. Y. Mirror, Sep. 2, 1850.LIVEBWORT of of wuii'Uri publislilu performed to the by public tbi thouuoiU medicine.of It certificate coati- Stb, Capers, Cashmere lat Monday in December. next.

: CarlliM.-To protect our own an well as the Consuuiptivc AND TAR.-Of the virtues of Dr. Rogers' but twenty-Bro renj to try It; and Dr. Uull itake hi. Worcestershire Sauce, Cocoa. Buck Oanntletts, Ordered at Chamber August 1st. A.D. 18 4.
sufTercrf,we are obliged io careto"alt to find well.amed reputation ou the Kiyg of lain doing all and Bl'k Silk Mitts AT CHAMBERS. J. AYLE3 BAKER
cnuirh medicines
piepared: from the above article*. English Mustard, D. H. AMES.
than he cialm for it.
more August 3 16B4. 81 "Iii.
,
of C( STOCK A "
the BROTHER "
signature on the it is ur<:dless now to speak; its efficacy in speedily We would aak. hare yon the KbeumatUm or Ooa\: December 24.1858. 81 Worsted _Joeys.
1 4L4 3 ; wrapper, without this it is worthless counterfeit. Rec coughs, cold,nnd other IUIIK c"mplaint8.'hidl thee are not plea(ant oompmilooi we kuu that October 29. 1853. 43
e. ,n mbtr this.CARLTONS. you would like to drive them away as soon a* poulble, Just Received, per E. Remington Bank of Charleston.A .
.I t too fiequcntly result in consumption i is to well ettabiabed ,
r'w ihenuM AGENCY OF THE //ETNA INSURANCE CO. QENCYat New Port.Florida.McNAUGHT.
LINIMENT FOR THE PILES &cIt hi in public confidence, to need eulogy now. U BULL'S KING OK PAIN." A FRESH supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES,
is now used in the principal hospitals', and in the L I. Paints Oil .Stuffo, tc undersigned. Agent of the above Company. A ORH02TD.
From the N. Y. Despatch, Aug. 25, 1850. Would you be cared almoit linnwdiately, of Bowel ,,Dye TilE Newport. January 14. 1854.
receive for and make insurance g
private practice of our country by an immense nuin Complaint, Dtaenterr,Summer Complaint,U holer JJorbui applications
uer individuals and families, first and most certainly We have heretofore taken occasion to give our tes ,Cramp Colic, llead Ache. Tnoth, or any other sobs -ALO- against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings
II'. 'I .! 1 for the cure of the PILES, and also extensively ..imony in favor of the curative properties) (If Dr.Rog-- or pain, UM remedy 1* limple and the cure certain. 50O Brand.Ounces Sulphate ofQninlnp.Far D. F'urniturc, Merchandize, Ac. FASHIONABLE SPRING & SUMMER

and effectually u to baffle credulity unless where its ers' Compound Syrup of Liverwort and Tnr. ttudwauld USE TUB GREAT KINO OF PAIN. H. AMES. January 29, 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. CLOTHS AND CAS81MZRBH.

: ri; eifccts wjtncssed Externally in the following complaints here repeat the advice already given, fir all Would yea here your 8ore, Swelling, Cat, Uons, April 22, 185!. 18 AM now receiving an extensive
: : :.:' persons who are afflicted with consumption, or any of BeeJd, Bruie,or any other wound healed irf Nut -U Extensive Assortment of I aanrtncat o
:-Dropiy Swelling, Rhiwnatixm, Acute or Cloths. CasMmerea. Veatings, Drap *Eu HVh
?*3' the premonitoiy to make trial of"Dr tbe FRESH GARDEN SEEDS %
,
: ; t. Chronic& ,giringimmediate ttl*e,S/Irt Throat, Rntiicg, R Roger symptoms a MAGICAL KING OF PAIX. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Brown and Fancy Liner, White arid Figured lUreillea -

$; & 'Sprains, Burns, kc. Soret and Ulcers-Whether The preparation.t5f ANDREw Would you be cured of Scald Head Stiff JoloU Bore GROWTH OF 1853. ,all of whieb I am prepared to make up on start
genuine ROGERS
signed the
.:. 1: frech or of long standing and fever sores Its opcia steel on Throat, Neuralgia,Sore Breast, Lumbago,Tetter or Ring RUT Baga, Flat TurnipCabbage,&e..jut LTEIK A RUST would respectfully call the n lotice, in the moat fashionable stvl a and oa reasoDa-
plate engraved around each bottle ands
.4i.i wrapper W ,SeJt Khcum, Illu-e
b tion adults and children in reducing rheumatic rm of PoUonou UtecU Chapped b[term.ALSO
upon D. LI attention of their and friends to the -
recived. customers n:
sold wboleaale and retail bySCOVIL Hallcb. and all other fore*. either dry or running, weay H.AME.Dembr
.. ; :' ewelliuge, and loosening coughs and tightness of the d MEAD. again and again, yoga aajiur U Dr. Juha Jells 24, 1853. 6 ensive and tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer A LAKGK AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF

az., chest by relaxation of the parts, has been surprising 113 Chnrtres st., New Orleans. KING OF I'Al:." Leon County lion Works. Goods which they are now opening. Consisting in R ADY-I/ACE CLOTHING,
t- ond on. The common remark of those
;* cvnct''p Sole general agents for the States to whom all orders Would you be cured of King' JCrll, Cancer,Taaiori, part of onaisting in part of Cashmarette Frock and Sick
: who i L&s iisedit in the }Jn, is It acts like a charm.: and applications for rgencies must be addressed. Kruplion, .r any dieae of the SkiD cauied by iwpore TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. G ents Black A Colored Alpacca Sack A Frock Coats Coats, Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coata. TwhCI I
'. It.is warranted to please any person that will try it blood,then Use Dr.Joba Ball' SanaparilU Internally, I. Ia 44 Lustre .4 I
Sold also Establishment i"i in S d'Ete Frock Sack and
e4f miless find by D. H. Amen, Barnard d Maxwell and the King of Pain eitcrnally, netbiug eaa be more TilS now ful operation. All Drap Business Coats
it the facsimile
I : :P ; Caution.-Never buy you Nash t Co., Tallahassee; W. Rogers A Son. Cliattai certain thaa a tpeedy and eHectual cure.OB. will b attended to promptness and "Caihmerotte a 44 Alpacsa Sack and Business Coata, White, Brown and

4, signature of Coowtock & Brother, proprietors ocee; Geo. F. Baltzell. Mariunna; Jordan t Davidson JOHN DULL'S al work done neatnessnnd dipt Drap D'Ete Fancy Linen Coata. Black rap erE& and Sommer

;.$ :'i j':.' on the wrapper. Quincy; A. II. Wilson, Newport; Samuel Pu PRINCIPAL orricK, Al kinds of work such aa Mill Work, Merino. II 4 Cawimer Pants White and Fancy LiMa Pant
DEAFNESS.-Use Dr. LARZETTS ACOUSTIC eston, Monticello. G Ge-mng Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery, Paletota White and Fancy Marseille Y ut., Fancy aDd Phia
CaoM OKS Dooa Miiw,
fora raair, irtow
: 'r; OIL, for the cure of Deafness. Also, all tL-.e disagreeable July 1, 1E54. 26 4 meow LOClSriLLK KY. Shaftn Pulleys, Hangers. Plough Castings Brass Drap D'Ete .4 Silk Vests,Shirt.Collar,Cravat.Undershirt,.Dr.

noistefl, like the buzzing of insects, falling" of Castings, Ac.; also Sugar Kelle of any size, kept Clouded Marseilles era Gloves.Hosiery,te. JOHN PRATOR1U8.

0 water, whizzing of sUam, which are symptoms of approaching S. W. BAKER, lOa UU BY &lIUCHUTST1lReC1JI.OCT constantly on baud All in such an establishment Wallace Cloth Frock Cats, April 8. 18M. 14
,- ,- .4 4 deaiucis. Person who have been deaf fur TUB UNITKD 8TATKS.D. l will doe bv us, with a particular regard 4' Chambra Sack.' -
; J subject to ATTORNEY AT LAW, to the and durability of the Kremlin .. 44 .< SkV-LItllT DK.IERREAA GiLLEBT
twenty years, an were use car trumpets, H. AMES, \geut Tallahassee. strengtb work.Competent ,
c bottle boon made well MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. Workmen Fancy Gingham OVER BAKKABD'S
Lave nftcr u-ioij ore April 29, 1854. 17 6mNHW always iu readiness t put up DEUO BTOBS.
4cr' TO OWNERS 01[ AND DEALERS IN HOR- March 18, 1854. II Engines, Ac. u Brown White t Cord Linen r HE subscribers
| respectfully annocnee to the Ladi8
.., ..'.-Carlton't Foundtr Ointment, for the cure of. COTTON GIN. Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for White and Buff Marseilles Vests, J. and gentlemen of Tallahassee and!

.. .. Founder Split Hoof, Hoof-bound Horses and Contracted DR.W. C. W1IITAKER, ash{or accepted orders on Home business firm in this and fancy cord Welting that their Gallery is open daily for the reception vjwjt/ef

and Feverish Feet. Wounds, Bruises in the Flesh RESIDENT PHYSICIAN cp cB lac, Liberal prices paid for old Iron, Copper and Brown Linen risitors Sunday ezcepted. Mmiatmea tak..tot an
C r' Galled Back Crocked Heels Scratches .Kicks NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYL rass. Black Drap D'Ete Pants
Cute TALLAHASSEE, FLA. THE jizea and styles of the art. Ladies and feotltiM Ht
&c. on hones. his professional services to the citizens of GIN whose failure has been reported All letters must addressed ( >'lt paid) to 4 44 Ekstigue: invited to call and examine their apecimena.

", ;: CaulioL-A.U of the above named articles are told OFFERS and vicinity. Office first door East through all of the Cotton growing States, is stUI alive J. M. SHINE 4 (Tallahassee Fa. Merino IN.B. Instruction gives ia the art,and all kinds i
; only by Cormtock immediately adjoining
k in rear of the Astor House, between Barclay N alh. brought to that state of perfection which inders its White and fancy Linen Drill Pacts, sale.KUHS8 I BAILET.

I ::4' and Tetey eta* one door from Bioadtoay,, New York, January 14, 1854. 2 ly success certain Fur short staple its great superiority P. B. BROKAW'SLITEILYANO Blue and French Cottonade. February 11, 18M. 6 ly
to whom'all orders must be directed. Also, by ED. over the MW Gin i strikingly apparent to iood judges. SALE STABLES Brown and Bleached Jean Drawers

( WARD BARNARD only in Tallahassee, who ia the A. PERRY AMAKER, This superiority consists in its leaving the lint cleaner, Linen Bosom Shirts. Merino Undershirts, To THE PLANTERS OF FLORIDA.
t41pdi. wholesale dealer Florida more and knolr, and does T FLORIDA. Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats
only for and will supply iiptn frte fiom not cut, J.LLlIJ.SSEE ,. .
country merchants at the lowett prices. Dy Johnson ATTORHBY AT LAW break, or in any way injure tie fibre, at the same -- Drab Beaver Cotton Seed-No Humbug.

.: i Eppes, Montkcllo, E. Seixas, Tbomatvile, Ga., TALLAHASSEE, FLA. time imparting to the lint that soft and oily feeling THE Proprietor would in- Black fur. Drab brush and l Pearl Hats THE undersigned, now in Mississippi but soc, t t.

: and by one pcrsou in every town. May 2), 185 t 20 which is natural 1 to the 6tapl when picked by band, lmn his friends and the B JJ" Black 4 fancy cold Wool & Fur Kossuth Hats, borne, has made arrangements with tie
-c .:..: October 15, 1863. 41Copartnership making the lint from the came lot of seed, worth that he has rebuilt _ ufanta[ frucy Pearl HaL, most careful Planters in the selection and improve*

bL JOHN B. GALBRAITH, from T to 1 i cents per pound more than when ginned his large Brick Stables at the old stand and is uow Fancy Goods. ment of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed for the

.. Notice. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR LAW on the saw gin.It prepared to IU'CfmmOl\tt his friends ao customer Ribbons of all next Gop. He baa taken great pains to procure the
AT qualities. Bonnet. White and
'. He also his lack< Cap rarest and best sorts and will to fuaniab tie
cleans the Sea Island l engage
Cotton
beautiful attched
ll
and will
have this entered into go C oolore l Satin Ril/boos Black
'
undersigned day a oo Tallahassee Florida. White aud Colored
THE in lbtWHOLESALE gin from 800 to 1000 pounds per day, and IO fur as smith Shop, he will have done al kinds of Velvet Ribbona. Planters of Florida with better seeds than have ever

nOffice up-stairs in the Capitol, immediately Manufacturers have tested it, the lint i is in a much Plantation work, Horse shoeing, and Carriage work Before been brought to the State. H. will dehvsr
o4 AND RETAIL adjoining the Senate Chamber. (Oct. \. 40 better condition for the Mill than from any other i in the very best manner and with promptness and Ladies Dress Goods the seed to the order of the Planter in St. Marks Jo

( T DEI.'C'G aU&XNmSS dispatch. Consisting in part of- Newport during the next fall or winter and will produce

D. P. HOLLAND, Gin.In North Carolina Messrs Battle t Son of November 6, 1668. Plain and printed Embroidered Lawns certificates,attested as to the character of the articles
CMEB THE SAME AND STYLE OFt EdgecombCounty 4
4 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and Dr. B. L. Hill!, of Wayne and Black and 2d Mourning. furnished, and the standing of the Planters frwn
County.
BARNARD & MAXWELL. Qniney, Florida, several others have tried the Gin on Short Cotton tbs MILES NASH &CO. Plain, Printed and Embroidered Organdies, whom they are obtained. The kind. furnished .ill
will be to their friends and Dealers in Medicines &c. Black, White, and Colored Jaconet be the Big White Mexican the Vick the Pitt aDd
pleased see past season are highly pleased with the resultIn
) Drugs, ,
VT7ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle CirV Black and 2d and Colored
Mourning Bareges, Little Brown. The Big Whit. Jle can are the most
the old stand of Texas the
at Bainard New Gin bound to
patrons V is clean.
cuit. and Jackson and Franklin Counties.October sweep inform their friends and the public, that
Black. Colored and Embroidered Tissues
: IThey of the Mortar, corner of Monroe CflpL John Duncan Matagorda, who purchased the WOULD ought after in Mississippi as the most reliable stock
23. 1852. 42 tf on hand a good assortment of such
Plain and Printed
Hernamy, but will either of the others if desired.
Clinton streets, where they will keep first two Gins sold in Texas, declares that if be bad articles in supply
| a are generally kept their line of business, Black and 2d Mourning and Colored Gughams Planters Seed address him
wishing ,can at MadiaM
) assortment of articles appertaining WILLIAM SCOTT, received them in-time to),ave Ginned hia whole crop, it and will be receiving fieah Their
SMt-r supplies.
to their line of business, and solicit tie patronage of would have made a difference offrom 2000 to 8000 terms shall be regal) of all qualities, Court House Florida postpaidJOSEPH
LTTY lAir LAW Edging and Insertings of all descriptions L. DTJTTOW
their friends and the public. dollars in his favor. Tallahassee.
E. BARNARD. Ja. MONTICELLO, FLA. The 60 inch Gins are'wairanted to pick 500 pounds April 9th. 1853. 14 Colored Para aDd Parasolets, April 29,1864. IT tf __

t, G. TROUP MAXWELL. July 30. 1853. 80 tljan of lint in )12 hours. The 48 inch Gins will do from Wakulla Iron Works, Black and 2d Mourning Parasols and Paraaoleta Madison Circuit Court. Middle Cirn it- of Jls'"i

.I.. February 1,((4,) 1 SUo ft 1000 to 1200 pounds of lint in the same time, with Gloves of all descriptions,
Tobacco. NKWPORT, FLORIDA. Spring Capes,Collars and Visittes, Fall Ttrm, 18 4. Attachment. Sum is cn

: Cheap Goods. JUST received a large lot oCt he various brands (.r in proper case of speed.failure and with to run proper as long usage as, a they Saw will Gin be mad; and Pills X orders Establishment will be attended is now to in (ul operation. and Ail Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 1279 6.100.Richard

.4 THE Subscribers contemplaet Tobacco, which to the trade will be Old I glol. promptness, Saddlery. J.Maya.VI. .
all work done with and
neatness
''frt,_ t 4liL a new arrangement in their at cost and charges. D. C. WILSON. ,, Price of 48 inch Om f SOO. For 60 inch $825. To dispatch. Ladie's Saddles. Velvet and Plush seat.Genta .
; All kinds of work such Steam Work Mill
business as makes it to a* Work, E. Wdmot Walter, George H.Walter,and Richard
22 1854. be delivered
.' necessary April 16 at the nearest
: 'r1; depot or landing to thepurchneer Patent Leather Entanl Saddles,
4).i di.pose of their present stock of Goods. This Stock anda Man furnished to set the Gin Gin Gearing, Sugar Mil Circular Saw Machinery 14 Spanish M T. Walker, Merchants and Partners using the mat
) running.
,, cousists of a good supply rf Watches ot every description BAKER & McIVER, Terms Cash on ten days trial Shafting, PulfJI, Ilougb Caatug Brass 14 Tennessee and style of Walters 4 Walker.

; Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Cutler), Guns, Plated There will be a stock of these Gins kept in Tal- Ca&tiOa1 Sugar Ketles, of kept R uuet. THE' Defendants and all others interested will Uta
S Ware, and numerous other articles, which they pledge ATTORNEYS AT LAW, lahassee at the Brick Store coltantlyon All in such an establishment U 44 of the commencement of the above suit iiI

'- ; ., themselves to sell to cash customers at greatly I reduced TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY FLORIDA Messrs. E. T. Taylor i Co. for recently the sale occupied by l will be done by us, with a particular regard Spanish Chamois Seat attachment and. are hereby notified to appeal lad
Patent Leather
of their saw Quilted do.
.# prices. TOWLE & MYERS. WILL practice in the Middle and Western Circuits Gins. to the strength and durability of the work. plead to the declaration therein filed.
1it April 15. 1854. U Florida and in the Counties of Decatur and Competent Workmen always in readineaa to put up Bridles,Martingales, Riding Buggy and Carriage POPE A MAYS, Plaintiffs' Attoreeyt
Thomas, Ga.DOLLING All communication, addrcued to the Agent at TaJlala&ece !- Engines, Ac. Whips,Valises, Carpet Bags tc, :. July 22, 18U. 29.'

Mary C. Bryan, ) Divorce. Iu Hamilton Circui BAKER, A. N. H'I\"ER will meet with prompt attention. Terms will b lber an all work do!strictly for Hardware and Cutlery. _

.;I, vs. > Court Spring Term 18&4. Tal/aha..,,. Quincy. JOHN M. WARDWELL AOBIT. cash, or accepted ( seme business firm in this Knives and Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives.Guns Notice.NOTICE .

4. Joseph Bryan. ) January 1, 185. 1 P. S.-These Gins can be seen in operation Short place, Tallahassee, or Quincy. Shot Pouches. Powder Flasks and Game Bags.Trunk,: : ia hereby given that an application all
3 -..t IT appearing to the Court by the return of the Cotton at the commencemnet of the next on Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass. Box.Door and Pad Locks,Cast Steel Spadep and Sbov to the next General Assembly to incorporate

; ShenS; UM Defendant is not to be found in said NoticeS season at the Plantation of Col. It. W. Williams Owning Gen. All letters must b addressed (poet paid) to e111, Collins' Axes, Chisels, Augers, Planes, Cut-nails, a Company to be called the Tallahassee and
it is motion. ordered that the service be M. H. POND & CO. Iron. Blacksmith's Bellows, Hammers Anvils. Stocks Plank Road Company.
: County, oo hereby given, in accordance with the Constitution I Wm. Bailey. Gov. John Branch and W. F. of Quuicy
C perfected by publication this order in one of the pub of this State, that at the next session of the Gen Leon County: CoL B. F. Whither, ofGadsden Lloyd Co, January 21, 1854 8 New> F and Dies. Screw.plates. Vices, Hoes, Corn Shelters, August 26, 1& 3m 34

c lie Gazettes of this State once a month for four months Assembly, application will be made for Charter Thomas M. White, T. N. d J. D. Marrick and R. ; NEW YORK. Straw Cutters Cast Plow-points and Sweeps Trace -

prier to the next Term.J. to Incorporate a Company, to be styled the Georgiaand Young, of Jackson Co. :J. G. Anderson and Cant A Chains, de, tc. Notice.

WALES BAKER, Judge. Gulf Railroad Company. Daniel Bird, (,f JefTershu County, and J. C. MeG ebee, BREWER & CALDWELL, Groceries. SIX weeks after date, the undersigned will apply to
: I Jon Faiyx, Clk.C.C. Fla. August 6, 18M. 8m 31 l:: and CoL! R. Harrison, of Madison SUCCESSORS TO CENTER CO, Sugar.Teas Coffee Rice Best Pale Otard Brandy I Hon.Judge ef Prubale for Leon County for

July_ _16_l&M._ _ 28_ _ _ l letter. from the. Mili Manufacturing County., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS d Old Rye Whiskey Rectified Whiskey, Ofo.Ruin. ,. letters of administration on the estate of William Jenkins
Notice.ALL Madison Circuit Court. Middle Circuit of Florida' published) below, some of the Comp. No. Wiue. Sht'rryalld Madeira. Tobacco Snuff Cigars ,deceased late of said County, '
t Fall 2enn, 1854. Attachment Sum sworn to,, tLi Gin for Long Staple Cotton. 20, OLD SLIP. Candles, and Soap. With a variety of other articles ; JOSHUA W. SAUNDER&
persons indebted to the estat of Mary Fran May 13, 18U. 19 ly
14056 78.100.Wimam __ too numerous to insert here.TalltLba August 19, 1854. 83 6t
late of Madison deceased
McIntosh
,
County -
will come forward and make immediate payment,and McNaugbt and James Orrnond, Merchants HotTO, Mass. April 4, 1854. Notice.A ltpe.March 18, 1854._11_

'4,; those having demands against said estate will present and partners, using the name and style of MeNaugbt S. R .PAaxBTET, Esq..Dear PPLICATION will bu made to the next General Notice. Notice.

I them, duly authenticated within the time prescribed & Orrmmd vt. Sir: We have used the few 2Assembly of this State for a Charter to clstrucL SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts
t by law, or they will be barred. E.Wilmot Walter George H.Walter and Richard T. bales of sea Island and other long Cotton a Plank Ra from Ia1atk to some point in Marion ALL persons interested will take notice that six: vouchers to the Hon. Judge Prouate for-
M. W McLEARY. Walker, Merchants and Partners, using the name and I which you was ginned on your staple *,p County or at after the first publication of this advertisement. Jefferson County,as late Sheriff and administrator el .
say Cotton
September 11, 18M. t7 8t style) of Walters ck Walker. C in. lnd August 12, 1854. 32 3m I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge Itf r officio of the estate of Henry Grantham deceased late!
Probates of Leon County for a discharge from of said and ask to be discharged from said
Defendants and all others interested will take 5 We regret in not having larger ut this my County,
,. : Notice THE of the commencement of \the above suit by Cotton to paw through our works : a larger supply I e ERSKINE & DIL'VORTl Administratorship of the estate of William H. Brock a mini tra1ioo.' DANIEL T. LINGO.

:IB hereby given that Byrd J.Strickland bat this day attachment and are hereby notified to appear and I would enable us to judge more correctly quantity the ,: ATTORNEYS AT LAW eobrough. deceased. September 16, 1854. 818m __
h j 4 filed in the office of toe Clerk of the Circuit Court plead to the declaration therein filed. lative merits of your Cotton Gin over the.t re ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGH, Adm'x.

of Jackson County bis petition praying that bit name POPE 4 MAYS, roller Gin. common EasKimt MONTICELLO AND UriXCY. June 11. 1854. 24-6m Notice. -

r. be change to that of George Washington McLiodoo.- July 22, 1864. 29 Plaintiffs Attorneys With our experiments on the small lot of JOlt July 28, 1864, Quiney-W.S.29 DILWOBTH,Mooticello Notice. weeks after date the undersigned will april

Persons wishing to object moat de sobefore the Spring received,we are of the opinion that your Cott SIX the Hon.Judge ot Probate for Gadedea Ceoatr
4 : Term of said Court, to be held on the first Monday b: Notice. floes not injure the Staple of the Cotton Ctt, that Land for Sale.T SIX months after the date of this notice, I shall I for letter of adminiatraUoa CIa the eaUte of Wfl1'

: Hay next JOHN W. POOSER, Clerk SIX mouths after date the undersigned, admioutra there i an improvement in the eveaoess and cleanliness WILL sell that application to the Judge of Probate of Mad: P.Larkina, deceased,late of said Cosjoty. .
,: By N O.J. STALEY.D Ot of toe-estate Thomas Mflla deceased, late oGadsdeo the fibre, whieb will materially the JL enable my plantation 0 tr a reas- leon County. Florida, for my discharge aa administrator THOMAS H. SCu.I A.

)t September_6 ((1&.) 186'11 8m County, Florida,will present his final account .alD of UM article and reduce the cost i I lien in Jefferson and amolin., eighteen t poner. I of John Coleman) deceased. Septemqer 18, .. ,
M$ and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate for turing. V.nur ml Et VANS RANDELL Adm'r.May20,1854. _

Administratrix's Notice.ALL said County, and ask to be discharged.G. Howevsr these are oosstions 'which can more Tal.I."ee in the in neighborhood of W..ukeh I 20 6m Copper, Tiny and 8hee'IroDMANU'ACTORY.

T persons having demands against the estate of r B. HILLS Administrator. satisfactorily} ,settled by experiments C b and sixty acres a I rp come bare Notice.

t S. Forehand, late of Leon Cousty, deceased August i2, 186C. 82 6m scale, and in order to accomplish this, ws )opeyo brf I lor yourselves ANDERSON PEKT.1It.IayS,1U4. .
will take not that they must present them will b able to fu larger supplies of long staple ) tf months after date, I shall present my final ae
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Aan r. DOlT, L H. M. DAVIDSON :. rr'HE Subscribers ufcrm the dW'01 ,Tc&1.
i to tbs undersigned, administratrix of said estate duly ginned your S Illu Cotton Gin. sad vouchers to the Judge of Probate o ,
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otheotkaUd as the law directs or this notice will j be DOBY & DAVIDSON, TounTrn11) Notice.A Madison County, as administrator of Lucy Roberta JL lab,." ud the IUrI'OaDdiD oouWy. th&

plead ia bar of their recovery,and all persons indebudbsaid ATnrOIRiNJStfS LAW (Signed) J. I. DA and ask to bsj discharged from my administratorshi.. they are now prepared'to fwnjbeno33ers .
VIS/Aln& PPLICATION made to the next General all iiodt of : wboleal and retail ID &bell
estate hereby noufi.d to make ifemediaU Hadlej wi b JAMES ROBERTS.AJm'r. wits Wile
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t to the undersigned or toJ*"*Robertson QUUfCY, FLORIDA. JOBS 10, 1864. 28 tfnv 'JII jt\. Assembly of tbi Stt for a Bk Cr tubs May 6.1854. IS 6m tine of business. -
payment SARAH FOBEHAND Adm'trutnx. WILL practice in the Middle Circuit of Florida, lot within its ,. a Dt exceeding The Subscribers sail the attention. of *S pubhc tct
,. ay Agent in the Eastern Counties of West Florida.- JOSEPH H. DuPONT weoa 8Iovu
JESSE 3k!. ROBBBTbON, Agtnt.August F.r Preserrlif 160,0. their assortment of fwfer.Oooirin.esrf

1 6. 18" 8w 81 attention.All business entrusted to their care will receive prompt BBLS. Superior Whit RW.'lel". _.1Ut,1I6 8 3m TYOEHNSY AY .AW, of the latest market ettla; all(darned fa ftM I **'r 1JIdc II.
2 the lowest wife. rs.9If1
lire and Marine Insurance. December 24, 183. 61 1 bhl.Old Peach Brandy,, Notice QUDTOT. FLORIDA before pojrchaaing ,ejeew). 1

1"Appl. IS hereby given,in pursuance of the ruiremtt 01 'TUtLL tb.wtoc oapytbsTtffiw rwt 1'i .; '
nUyo ;
oc Ware.
cor J..pum.ci
Mutual Insurance Company, ba* the -0
mar SaTanohh DR. JOHN P. DUVAL, I Cider.Vinegar, Constitution of the State, that out. fY pied by the late firm of G. H.4 J.H.DnPoot "
I ea&L.t aa Agency in this City, will 1 White Wins Vfaegai, sion of the General Assembly application will be made wcn. .r : .
Lug TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. and to practice in the adjacent Counties of the Middlaod teriac P ..Wcd"iCwi&h.D -.. ,
risks the mutt Ivarbl ea
Mam ou Cask Whit for a charter to
and 1
take Fire Preserving Sugar. incorporate a Company Be will also
Circatia attend
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