The Floridian & journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079928/00286
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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 28, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00286
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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 AUTHOBITY. From fayetteville by Blen's McDonalds Rockford. Kennekevt to Cbicamacomico. ff1l"'i .1
ard's and huntington Creek to Wi1k s. SOUTH CAROLINA. : t t 1
Mills Bastuck Mill*, Rock Grove Cov- From Ivy by Gabrieis Creek Bull Creek, From Pittseom, by Beaumont Goldston :
borough. From Abbeville C, H, Warrenton Monterey ; :. It
UW OF THE UNITED STATES. ington Powelton Pekin Little's :Mills Pine Walnut Creek and Brush Creek to Warm Brush Creek Buffalo ford Moffitt's Mills From Noont Vernon Mocks 6t.q
Salisbury by Lowndesville Cherokee Heights Harper .:
Hill Duma's Store in Richmond Swift Island ; Brower's Mills and Gold t. ,
Springs.: Region to Caledo. ville .
Smith Croys Hantsvilie.
and farmington to ferry and Rackerrville Ga aad to Elbertou {.It'
No. 72. ,
11 [Pablic, ] Chailes Creek ;Mount Gilead MrCoes Mills From Ivy by Clay flagg Pond and Indian nia. Ga. '. .1 n.

!I 0 ACT to establish certain post roads. Troy Montgomery C, Milledgeville!\ Macedonia Creek to Longmire Tenn. From Pittsboro!! by Pedlar's Hill, Gulf From Salisbury by :Miranda Spring grove From Anderson Court House by Clayton .:.\ :' iH't:f "
: Claiks's: Mills :New Gillead and Sa. From Jamestown by Westmins'er and Evan's Miils Watsons Bridge Centreville Ceep Well Mount :Mourne Beattie's ford and: Raburn's Gap to Chattanoga Tennes '
[tIN CONTINUATION.] lem Abbotts Creek. and flexver Hll ,i1 :
Grove to Argyle. Deep River to to Carthage. Catawba Spring Vesuvius furnace Lincoln. ;
frtKa Brier Creek by Hay Meadow and From fayejteville bv Salem Grove :New From Jamestown by Hunta Store Normal Fram Plymouth by Union and Scuppernong ton Shelby C H, fillmore Mooresboro. webb- see.From Anderson Court House by Batlert* 4 Mt.' ;: I '

flitotr] to LauM Springs. Gilead; Clal k's Mills Macedoniu and Troy to College Thomapvil'e\ fair Grove La Grange to Columlia C H' fojd Ruteerfordtoxvn Green Hill Chimney vile! MoffettsTille Craftsville Oa to Racket I 1 -; i(
Ill from Brookville. by Wi'ton' Tranquility, Swift Island. I =New Market New Salem Sandy Creek Tiny From Plymoith by Washington and Swif Rock and fairview to A llvi!le. vilie.! : ; 4) : t:

r fsi Dim, West Point Prattsburg and Traces From fayetteville by Kyle's Landing Hill's Store, Longs! :Mills, Patterson Store Snow Creek \Nexxflern.. From Salisbury by China Grove Cole. From Anderson Court House by Rabarni ; t r

r Store, to Chapel HilL ferry, McNeil's ferry Kingsburg and Elevationto Camp Clover Orchard Lindley's Store Clover I From Pollocksville to Hadnot's man Concord Harisburg Charlotte WhiteHall Gap to Knoxville Tennessee. Jj ;
i From Burgaw Depot by Long Creek Beat. j JSmithfield. Garden Bethmont and Rock Spring to Hills- From Pollocksvillo hy Palo Alto to Sxvanboro. Rose Hill and Vanleburgto YoikvilleSC. From Anderson Court House by Town.* 'p :; E,
Bridge, and Black River Chapel l to lIar. From C II Beachtown french I' .
trs i Ups.lur by boro.From yule and Bachelors Retreat and to Wattons ft
r'lI'l Store. Cieek Walkersville Cunningham's thrnce to Jefferson by North fork Taylors- From Powells Point to Shallow Bag Bayon From Shelby by Swangstown New houseS f.,

From Burnesville by Day Book to Long- Alexander Skinner's on the Oil Creek to the yule Te Pandora Du ger's ferry Elizabeth- Ron: ike bland. C and Antioch and Clarke's fork ?o York- ford.From Abeville C, H, by Temple Health :t t1t N; .' .

. mire Tenn. Little Kanawha River to Gilmcr C, H. : town Happy Valley Blue Plum to Jonesbo- From I'nt\'dl Point by Roanoake Island yule S C.From Diamond Hill Mount View and Wilson Creekto fl
: From Burgaw: some other point on Railroad From U(.'sllUr C, II by french Creek Walkersville : ro Tenn. to :Nagg's Head. Shelby by Muddy forks and Old Moffettsville. If : ."
to Beimermans in Ni-w Hanover coun. : Culiin's Settlement forks ofOil Creek' From Jefferson to Gap Ci-eek. From Prosperity by Phnrr's ;Mills to Car- furnaca to Dallas. From Abbevile C, H, bj Smithrilleto i f li

; ty. along the Little Kanawha River, to GilmerC From Jefferson to Richard Gentry's on tinge: Ftom Shelby by Bricketsville Sandy Ran, Greenwood. -1

, From Burnesville by Jacks Creek Red Hill 11. New River. From Pnngo Creek to North Creek, Grassey Pond S C and Allgood to Spartan-' From Abbeville C, H, by Smithville and 1i' 1 '_,;' i
Big i Rock Creek, and Limestone Cave to' From Walker's Church by Merryman'sShop From Jefferson by Hilton and\ Manly t li-- I'jom Quallatown by Jonathans Creek to I burgh C II. S C. Robert's Store to Abevile C, H. U .;, i

Elizabethtoxvn, Tenn. \ : Harvey's Store, Red House and Wood- Big :Meail.-w.: W.inesville.irom :. From Spring Garden by Long Creek From Adam Sun to Edlsto Ifland. :,;'j .!'. !!.
From Carthage by Pekin to Centre in Stanley lawn to Concord. From Jonesville! to Judesville by State Qinllatown by Govenors Islond M ore's Creek Colvina Creek and Black River from Aikiii by Tinkers Creek and Dun. '-!' >i' C-

ceunty. From Wardensvillc! by Baker's Run, and Roads. -"tiki'ih' :Maika and fort Montgomery; to to Beatty's Bridge. barton to Lower Three Runs. t.: .

"From Ca.sner''a11t'Y, to Claytonin Geor. j j&bius to Moorfield.j I From) Jnhns'Kjxill.) by HHrrin ton Long Valleytoxvn.From From Statesxille: by Bethany Church Maie From Aikin by Edisto and to Kitcheng's t4 1 .
j From Warrenton by New Baltimore and Street R..lIi\!:is!' ; tie JJiv.ni's:; More and Packet Rr.leigh by Auburn Galley's Store ;< lli.Uoin i lOIJ.t.'t.\( die iiain|>tonxilliYad: Milli. J .

gia.From Cathoy's Creek.hy Cherryfield Hop.bick j jBuckatul, to Gainesville! to Jo .n)..iiivill": !; Smithfield: Boon Hill to Goldsboro] kiiuil'e Mount jNebo Richmond Hill! Rock. From Aiken by Sawyer's Mills and to :'i f .:,.: *!
! Valley, and Ge( retowii,; to Casber'sValley. j i From fori-stvillf by New Light Broukville From Kevesvil'e" Wilie-burg Christinnville I Fiom Raleigh by Eaile Rock Wakefield. fird Dobson Rush Scullcamp and Haystack, L esn'e'" -. ..." -M !:f.|
land Tab's Cicek to Oxford. Rrd Oak Giov.O; I :tlvley Clark=?vile! I Stanhope! Sunny\ Sonth mill Spring Hope to to Mount Airy. From Alston by Thomson and Long Ran ;':'?'of "
From- Cedar Creek to Joy, by White Rock : F'om fiii--stii''!,' fii 1lIps\'ille- I White House? 1 Black: Walnut Onejjep; II \ co From West! fork furnace, by Buffalo Mount F'otis state .v.Ue Via Taylorsville and Le- to onticello. .:;i-.' '''.'
and- Dig Laurel. | From; '; f; ;}k-H.I-o;; Chilhovtcc; by Cowe DoCieek '! ('11jll; ;,: :hUII and Milton] ( and to Yancexxille. "' tains Laurel: forks, Mi'.lsville: -and Ararat, to noir to Jouesboro in Tennessee. | From Anderson C, H, by Seneca Ander. H! >{ l
From Charlotte by Alexandria, : Davidson h.Ht'S aid Alatka. I I ,Mount Airy. From v *
:> :Statesville; by fancy Hill Stony Point sonville Henley Store: and ford Store to Car- :1
College, Mount )Muurne and falhtown, to From\ fr lIIhli., liy"* .\cqyone Valleytown 1 j From Kill?lon by :Sandy:: foundation Pink From West Union by Stine Spring :Mills, and Taylorsville to Wilkesboro. nesville G a. 1J, : -:

J Statesville. | Da\\ esille Tomulta Murphy (tC', H,) aiid ivy' I Hill! and Buena Vista to I Hr.llsxille.i'lom Oxford and Culp's Store and to Wtbb'a From :Statesville:; to Eagle Mills, Via Liberty From Anderson C, H, by Deep Creek j: I' ; f f
I From Charlotte by. SKn-le Creek South Log Ga; to I m l t l'.>\'iIlh'( ( t.Froui j Kiiisto.i;l to Trenton I in June:* (" MIIIty. :MiL! Hill Snow Creek Post Oak New Institute Steele's Churubusco and Milvers to Anderson .

k Point. and Stowesvilli Erasmus! C-it-i\vb.i. f.anklin,: Djj!l'lt I by South Quay Winton 1 From RaHg'i! by Barclaysville, }Pleasant; and\ Williamburg to Eagle Mills. C, II. !;.,' J.
1 Creek, Dallas, and Nail factory, to Lincolntoo. : ( and L'dcntim to Ph tnnuth.Fit I From Liur; Hill to nllchin hlIn.: Plains Axe!x-sboro Kxle's Landing and maT From Stateaviile::: to Mount Lila by Amity From Anderson C, H, by Locust Hill Bel- I''ii'ii 1 t

I \ >zu franklin to Clarksville Ga,.\ia'lVn-j i From Lnuicl: I lIillly I Stfvvaitville to ( jo. I \Garden; to faydtievilleFio'ri : : II i 11. ton and Calhoun to Line Creek and to Cal- .:. ..
I From Charlotte,by Tuckasaga: and Wood-I nebsee! River Clayton and Tiger. I polis.From i I : Raleigh by :Nuse: forestville pacific i-ro-n Strickland Depot; to Kenansville Via hoan.i :"!:J'.i.1...'._, ,,I

lawn to Lincnlnton. I II From fiuttkliiiton bv Harris Cross Road?, Leesville by Marysxille GaddyviiUjSugnr franklmtoti Kittrnl llrndeiton Riilgeway )Ia-I Branch's Store; Outliw BuiLg! Albertson's i tromAnder&on C,, II, by Mountain Creek '..:'. .
I[ From Charlotte by riioevillel'ut!\ : Valley j to Hall's Cross Rads. j \ I Hill I i S. C. and 'i 1 i-mpt-ianco! liillti.i\ L/oii Depot Littleton! Spring Hill/ and Ga.tou i Resaca Pink Hill and Buena \'ista. Rock Mills and Evergreen and to Montevideo. 1 "::
Belair and Curetmfs Store Lancaster; : C, Fri'iu frankbntoo by Wilton Brool\ille Marion, C* II. to'\\'dJon | From Strickland Depot by Kennansville ..; .. ", ,

: H, S, C. Pleasant Hill Hai.ging; Rock, and
flat Rock, to Cam Jen. Calducll tj HilUboro.From :1\\ hafew, and Wittcuburg tu Taxlorsilltf. t[, Store fish Dam St.nville Rod Mountain Dan 1, to :iNewburn.Frotu Woodlawn S, C, Rocky Pond Park Store ,t2 :. ;
From Charlotte to Mnnroe C, II, by ?lIa.1: fratiklinville t) Tioy's Store. I \'I I i iel's.Mills:: and Van Hooks Store to Roxbor- Strickland Depot by Taylr/r's BridgeSix Cariro Mapleton Bordeaux Wilmington -;: 4ii' .' '.,

ron Hemphills! Stop", Proviocnci? W C:lisvile! 1 Fiom (;ijij) Civil by A. B. MrMilI-tns t.ill! i iIlilll I'rom Lonoire C II, by Deal's Mills and I)U;g1.: !| Runs, Lisburn Gravely Hill Cypress and :Mount Carmel to Calhaan Mills. i- ; '..;: t

: and Winchester, to Monroe! C, II. *! !L urvl Spiing aud IVakland: and Lttili- Hiv -r to Tl'I"rill -. From Raleigh by Holly Springs Il&yxvoodiAdclph I II j I [lI rrboll's Creek and Ellisville: and to fayI : From Augusta Ga by Hamburg S, C. & : ",

From Charlotte! Mattindale. : Hopewell, I' hLc C, 11. to\\ 1 Fion i : Lexington In. fii: (;rnn' Eden.Ilooxer's I Pittsboiough;; St Lawrence Marie v's !.I etteville. Edgefield, C, H, Elton Meeting Street I.t,1 '.
Cowan's ford .\t1air.'s Stor fonicy'sand Cottage ;, From Gainers ford by Pit>rcl.\'i11e and to Hill and Saxv, ersvih'e!' to Abhbo-I Mills Ked Creek. I From Sugar Grove to Tayiorsvillo. So- and Sleepy Creek and to Ninety. Six De. :,4 :,
Home to litatlie's ford. i'I I Shelby. '. r o'. I From Iran. klinville Cedar falla Ashbcrongh I ,dy and 'irde.From pot -- 3tl: :' ::

From Chern\\' S, C, by St 'xvatutoxxn' :N C :: i loin' Giichitst; I 1 Bridge to l'>lut-a I I':i-Ige I ri.'o'!! I..XUg14: ); Pu liy. NV.-iIpvr! Mille.fuhonliirkxillt l : :I Caraway: Spencer Silver Hill Cotton Grove Swanboro by Hurst to On-low C, From Augusta\ Ga by Beech Island Silver- ,-< .1:- .

Rockingham Dicke ;J'I5tfll'l'; Cm.int'llI* P. \v- i Kichniicid: co- :ntv.From 'I -, ouiity Line anti Oak lui est to and Jersey Settlement to Salisbury. I' H. four Mile Branch Speedwell Lower Three 4"Run's ,;

r. elltowu Pekiti, and )lcRH.c.tsliU and to I i Guuid:; Nine by Morgan's: ( Mills :and t'11l.' ,",lll', From Raleigh to Roxhorough, fleming. From; Swift Island by Clerk's Creek Erwinton Kings Creek Danilton Brighton t ir1 .: !
"rro\'. to Luvc-'b Level to Clear Lieek L'aba.iut: Fjotn Lincnlntoii by Nail factory: Dallas. ton Stagville! Round Hill Red Mountain and I Mount Gilead Lit elilb: Dumas Store and Robertsville to GillisonviHe. "! :f. 1
: From clear Creek Albcmarle: by Rovlandvill. cout.ly. I jLatavvbj, C.-cek Cro\\der's Creek: I UetLcl, : lount Tirzale. Pee: Dee and Lisleville and to \r adesbo.roo rrornugu-ta. by Hambnrg EdgefieU C, i 1" -::- t i

, 1 rum Grave* by :'ln\ field Oregon and\ Dan t S t', ana .\evv' Centre to loJkviie ."?? ; From Raleigh b.r MorringsviPe\ Chapel t tI H. Elton Meeting Street Sleepy Creek to 4 .. .M. ,
From Clinton by Pine (;ro.clooh's: fOrt.: lliur to ak&xille. w. I Hill HiiUborou Green; Spring:; Mason Hall From Sugar Grove np Cove Creek and Ninety Six Depot. : "' :

Newton Gtovu and Draughau! Store to Mc I I'loin ( r ILS"\' Creek by Child.-\ilk Yello II I From Lincolnton! I ly Seigle's: :Store; Jacobs Graham; and Allernance to ( r(-{>IIsborough. down Roan's Creek to Ta.>l lorsville in the i From Bamesweille! C, H, by fiddle Pond :. Lt.: .:

Neil's ferry.Fiom I. Mountain (,'ranber y f i Ig\' 1 Roane Mititntain I ), : folk l :1\11\ J Mullgiove; to .Mcfaiitiivvn.: \ From Reid Creek by frankllnxi'le; '!: :SotpI : Stats (if f 'j't>lIllesst"e. and Allendale and Syrna and to Kings -: jJ -. :
i :iltor.! by Gibb's Crcsi! Ilo-iHs l4'unIIJ Vc'g River Cove ro EliLd: tltU\\"Il! l Fiom Lincotutoti: ly Kiihaaia Mills Karlv I stone: Mount: and Troye's bore' to HtiJ. From Troy Ashborongh by Matamoras L'1t'ek. !. 4"j" '
H..*h.'. Slot- ,IIJ l Me-nan's: Cr.)",. I'o.i'U. to ; '1".1111. (:: Grove Nexxio.i: <-' li, hint iiock and Ihh /t' ,! (Ot -k. Aumans Hill Cox's Mills and to White From Beaufort to Pocotaligo. ;!! '. r -

JVic.Neil'fc: feny.I'Votll ; 1-'t urn (;r:1cl1Hill.], l I.v Bi-attv's Uridue! : to C'atavvua: lew. \ '* ">RcLIsvinp! bv W* ntwnrtl and! 'F.,.. I J*MCA From Helton to Anderson C. H. .j' ;
Coricwr-J, 1>V IviiklttvJVclcli! Mrlls; J' .( and) tu Coiiv. Swamp' and la Came ami 'I 1''i titii j.ittleto.t. ) hy I Jrruvu. Hill and A.-._ _;!e fails) to Lell.t.snlc.F : .' Frcm Troy by Harrisville \\ met 11111! Jack- : rrom tfenneubvme to x-ueraw. -.' t
Pioneer Mills! Morrison's: Tanr
Creek coburns Store, full wood Slot (hk- j I From Greensboro, to .Madison by liJi-- : Little Kutk 1 ti>li by Lumber Bridge: Clatkvell to Yanceyxille.Fiotn : Healing.:Spring: to Sallsburr.I From Bisbopsville by Monnt Eloa and ;; ..t, J i
vilie Monroe C, fl, lkcrboillt!: ", tnd Jack* ; dale and ]1'ieaoantvilie. : to I'laLidflMia-: !: : ,.... I : RidgewlLJ"LJ Nut Bush_ Palmer's! I I From Turtlttoxvn to Ellejay, Ga by Kim. :Sxvift: Creek to Da rl!.nstoa C H. ';; 'f t !l{!:
oniun) : -S, C, Lancaster: e, II, S. C. I' Fiom Gr.'ciiibijin! \by N*>w Garden; 1 fiined-, '1-- 1 i i'I;-4'J;;11: !in.i .rioi ' Giiopo-; Spring:; ; :St; Tammany, and Merry, Mount, to reys' Store Hivvas-ee, Copper Mir.es! Pierce. Fiom Blackvilie to liarnwell C H. i. t

From Concord ny
and Dvid. cn-Col-pc! Coddle Cn,>ck. | Rich! fOlk, Sa'.tm: Midway )Martin and Lex- .|I Attoidsvil.e! and Clayahiy!: to LuuiOvrton. i- rom l Uidgex'.nyby! Exchange: Lay tiers- From Union institute in Randolph Countyby by Coopers Store Roy's Branch and Boggy i fs. ,.: ).
From Cuicord: : to Coddle Creek bv. Mil! ; jugUin\ to :;ali LurJ' I vile ( laiks-ville! \'a, White: llhuse: and 11)) fair Giov; to Midway. Swamp road to Kingstree. ; 44 t;

liii!. i l"iom Greensboro:: by fentry's Centre and From Lumbetton ItySmih's Hiid>:eauil co fa 1 Is to Hal-tax! C H. From Valley Crucis and to Cranberry From Cambridge by Ninety Six Swaney : f. t tJ,

From Concord to'- Host's Mills: by :MountPleasant. 1 j New :Salem: to Ashboroujj'n. II uwdl\1110: to l'io>pict Hall. F.cm Hh t.riJt: to Harrington. forge.; [ ferry and! Waterloo to Lattrens Court .. -,' rf: t

I From Gieensborouh. by Jamestown PennHeld I From Nadiaun:: by VV'ui, Wards, Martins From Rock Creek by Curtis Mills an.l !From Wa-ieshoro! by Lane"borough Monroe House ';-' ,,\ ._-'-
From Columbia to Gum Neck. {11 BrUUlIlJel'.s and Rich fork and to Lex. Lime Kiln Danbury Peidiuont Springs::: and Terrils to Graham in Almnnce Couuty. C, 11, C'oburn :Store: Orville and Hornet From Camdcn by Boykins Depot Statai- .. ,,r .c'
From Columbia to foil Liidi"g.: iugtoll.I : I i| the Cascade to \thexille. Va, From Rack ford by Walnut! Lane and Nest to Ciiarlotte. burg and Manchester to Wateree. ; ." \t'..
From Creed Budge to Knotts l Uland. I From Green borou;h by Gilmer Store I From Madiaun by Axresville! Crocked; Jonebvillo and Swan Pond to Brier Creek. FromVadesljorO\ by White Store White From Camden by Bee Tree Longtown ;, ..: r\: '

II From Corrituck, C, II, by Coiujick, and ':'thaw's Mil'b' Biick Church I lolt'" Store I Creek I Peter, Cuek Coesville tiancisco and From Rockford, by Si'oam Stony Ridge Hill Lanes Creek Beaver, Van Rich rdson Ridgewooc Wiasboro, Jcksou3 Creek Long ;aS.:.y. ..
Pcph.r! Blanch, tt PoxvdlV. Jtu ut. 1 Hartshorn Heck Creek :Snow:) Can.pS.\mix' 1 t l Big Creek Mount Aiiy. Old Richmond Rethania and Rural Hill to I Creek JeiAia Store Gourd Vine Hammonds .Mouticello G lymph vilie and Movnt Bethel toNexvbury .:.. 'i,-*

; From Cyrcsi*. Grove, Puit Ollico on the Wfl.ruington 1.r' 1. Grove Mudlick 1 Cane Creek, I Hidlex't Mill.-, I from Maiiun by Uiack Mountain Stvme, Gorrnantown. Story and Diamond Hill and to Wadesboro. C 11. >> ) >". ,
au-Jl: Raleigh: Rail Road, r'a Long and Rock Rest t to Pittsboiough. :; Mountain and lJiue\ville: to lieud'-rson- From Rocky Mount by Tarhorough rparta From Camden by Bee Tree and Long 1.:'ii, ;

, Cierk lenity Bridge and iJjatk: River Chap- :! Fiom. ) Greeusborougii by \1 JllticdJo 'hliorii.I f v.ile.: falkland Grceuvib) and Pactolus to Wash Frrm ,r r.r-a Sqrings by Paint Rock cato, town fo Riegexvay. :;.;..j'j' : .

rk:: ci 1 at.d t Hariri! store in New Hanover bouville Lenox Castle; :,ladc' Locust Hill! and I'romlarion: to Rutherfoidton by Sugar ington. and Bridgeport to Newport Term. From Cauiden to Tillers ferry. .; ,.--; f<,-
cour.f.\; '. I to Milton. lilt and\ Cedar Creek. l From Rocky :Mount by Hilliardstown and From \\ arrcuto\\ to :Schocco:; Springs. I From Camden by James Hailes Elm : %..,.k:. .
tt. .I'J"1l..Li., ., 1.4 1.1) .,'. ,':I.t .,_t" ". I I i 1-1 (Gn-eiisboiough by Hillsd.le; ;MonMffcltin l From liddleton to Cape llatteras- I i Bellord to Louisburg! to trunklin: From Washiugton by B'ount's! / Creek and : Grove Clayborn's Store Palmetto I Batleriryon ,'<' ri:
I'...... it j,.'...... '.*. ...,!. l.... ..._"...> I'r.. ..!l., to I 1 lum 1 ioubk-one! /; ) itfidex'illu. llaxxling-burg: l-'iom Mason Hall bv 1'leasant (;rt/\.o Hi:.: :I From Hatberfordtown Marion! by Pat: Durhauis Creek ro South Creek. '. Ducfey Blackman's Store Blackmans] / q. :,.
i Bay Hut : :Mooresviile. and lludMJII'S ton's Homo Golden Valley Minersville! and From WaHrrgtoti? to Campbell's creek, Gold Mine Wild Cat ,and Wolf Pond N, C>, i:: ; p. ,
: and (Graves to lJai\; itt'I.*. i i-lU:; I laucetl's Store I .... ,
,t.:n .vjt'-id hy ;attJM'tile Dunk'tytVile 1! I 'i.tiiii Greenville! liv 1 Uookeitlnwn! and ;, Aitder&ons: Store and High Towers, to Drxsorville.From From Was-hiugton by Bath Pungo, Creekl'antegi to Monroe. .>.' Ih, ".;-:;.
1 .u.t \\l.U..1..J ovc .tiinit! All 1 I.\"", to Lnui. : Snow liiil tu (:icltli..boru'gh. i i Le"'obu.-g.: Rotherfordtnn by White Oak Sandy Lcechv.ile sl l l.d. Exille Swan (Quarter From Ccd-ir Creek to Browns. : ::. -'' assai
I Itrii'n I frolllJuaroe C II Winchester to l'ains! EuJavilleSC:: Gowengxille Mil-! C. ii and Lake Landing to :Middle] From Charlestaxvn by Beaufort Boyd'iLanding :
From Greemille to liauiilton bo \\ I1l"d's Iturl' } ''
EiidJ; hy Sc\,:.U.u1 .V-ck Palmyra, : Wolkxiiie.' I burgh Milford ind Palonato Greenville; C H, town, Hilton Head and Bluffcown to Sa- ..;. f't t k..!
and ilajji'ioii: : M'lJlixiiston\ \ Mud GarJul..e1IJ.g Pekinsxille Collots. S, C. From Washington by .Ocracoke to Ports vor.ahGab
From (Greenville:} to Ilookestown by Cox. Fromlogantown by
I Charleston Sammerville } ; f f"iilt
From by Ridge. i
1 Ell i'lVUuU1U.! I IJ vi. i le Johnson's Mills l and Ridge Spring. yule Globe; Valley Cructs Sugar: Gioxc From Overby's to Drookneal, by Aspinwall mouth. .
Branchville MidBumbers !
)1illton'.Hl' : Wcddon,] Halifax! Enfield! brattle : Inal net's St George ;
J Fron: EJut 1 by Bollards Biid! e | From Greenville\ by Jones (Gap) auJ Davidson Boone and lorctL Mill and Elk Cross roausto and Cub C'rerk.FromOrangeC.il.. From by ', ,
\'. Saaaary: GaU-svi le UucitlauJ aoiueitonHjjy \ River to Werdensonville.From :: :. Jiii'erson., ., by :Madison Mills, to borough:; Rocky Mount Joyner's Hcpot \YHon. way Grahams Tarnout Blackvi !,.;/. e.' l-i. ';. o:
Pond Wordwards Aikln bath .
: .Neck lli.l and South Locust D.ile. Black Creek Nahunta, Goldsborougb, Wilston White .. ',
and factoiv to I :
Norfolk Stone Fastxille. :
Qty.A by Cherry to From Morgatitoxvn L)" Linville! River, From Pack's ferry, 1 by, Pope :Stems:; and Everettsville.: Mount olive! 'faison's: Depot, I and Hamburg to Augusta Ga. -.:: 1t.: '"'
I :North Cove ( Crack I liakersxille andiiger I ,.,1::
.rISH Suffolk
i From by
'.- EJtMwftu Mountain 1'rinciton. j Warsaxx- Strickland's Dept t. Teachs's Wash- ; ,.
lllU Edcutou liertfordcoUViile Burnt : io '
by Norfolk Old Point Comf .
From by rt, to' l, Ual'l) Leek Democrat Stock-
( : Ivy Murfree's Ncwson Depot : :1
City: Nw' Lebanon South; :Mills, F,'bI1: l'LI tlti'\ 'S by Spiinj I Level, to Second i j :Ington: DtpotMilsC'krtk.: Burgaw Epat' and Eepot Depot r
Hampton- xille and\ Reem's Cietk I to At-hville. I Branch ll Meherin Depot .
:: Depot "> t rI.
OJklD's t.- (
.Nor- \\ :Smith; vile to Charleston. S.C. j
Lakj Creek to ; Tuan Out. ihningtou, :
Uiuiuiuuud and Deep j
j I From North Mountain Post Oflice, I bv,} !:i! From :Mojgantoxxii i by UiiJgewater\ Mar- Logan's StoeDuncans Seaprt and Gareysbcrg to Weldom ;;2.,::,; :
From Rutherft rdton by I. .. .
vi. Tocuah vvk Jones j
lledgehville and Springs, to Old fort lud hwanaao At-hillf.. I .t'
Fri>'11 Elizabeth Newbigon. Creek back I II \ C'reuk Polkviilo and Camp Call From Weldon. (or from Garysburg) by NorthCarolin.: .. --.. .", 't.. .
; I ,
From Buudll"ton'Ioo.n.
I Spi'ings.\ Morganlovvii by Powhattan Smithville.Fram '
( From to
I I Roxable Hotel and if:
to E-szabeto; City. :! From :\ol"tllIountlin:\ : Va, by C1.ir Rome to Garners; tord. Jackson. RichSpuare. = 4
tail) 2tiilrer \lilt. arid Cuba to Auther- t
:) Princ Ann Newton, :
: 83 Maryland by !
Fr1om Norfolk via Camdtt j From Rutherforton! by Ccopers G1p1iIl::! Windsor,to 1'lyruouth. "
Elizabrth City :I t
Spring, Md, and Clay Lick Hall to \lcrccrsI I. lord lOll.I .
Va. and New Church to Horn-
Hendersonville.Fiom Weldon Ga Wagrara ,F r
: JjLiloah ludiantouii Cov\ lU Bridge Cur. I Gap and F.dneyxillo to : From to ton. :;
burg \ a. From Hall via Jerico :Stra .
to .
Mosi-ly : .
luck C, H.tGrt'entovvnTulls, creekortli.. !I From'otlaaJ C, II, and to JetTross's j, bane. :Salem:; by Rouge and Ready, toGermlllto'n From Wci'Joa by Westland to Littleton. to It. and flat r1t i t.
Lime From Princeton by Spanisbbug l
Martin's =
Ground and Great Red Shoals, 'If !
v-fbteru Budgu! Hickory : Store. j Fiom/ Mount Airy }by Hay Scull Camp: C.lI Springs. I, f:
Patrick to Shady
15 rid I Kiins, Colcavilltf: and Avo to From West! Brook to Cain Tuck by french Top :
ge.From I From Oak Grove to Port Conway in King and Judeavillu 10 Gap; Civil. Creek CLun.lt.Fn.m From Princeton Wytheville.. ::'5 bi i
Kitzabethtown by Big Swamp fair i! George County I Fiom Mouth of \\ il.iuii Va by Potato Va. Princeton to
From Salem! by Gennantoxvn. Walnut, Williamston by flat Swamp and From Gings ug Wyoming f.1otH; ;t!
!HufTCtrioGordj! Wbito Marti! Whitet>'ille From Hauiptonville, by Lovelace toesboro' Wilko Cieik Gap' Civil N C arid Eik Spur; to '1 mil D h\"iHl' fj 4'
I. I Cove Madison and Lcukcsville to Bethel to Gieenxille.From county. itL l
4.'bterfl Piong to ElizaWthtowti. :
< Hill, Viiginia.. Wilkesboro Elkville fcrt Defiance From Waynesburg, by Hunter's Covt. t f'i.Harvey's .-, ?1
From EvereUBxille by Whitelields ;Mills, From [Haniptonvilie by Zion; \ New Hope, From Muipliey'} t i Ellejay via =Notlla HotHouse in Pittsylvaiiia county ; by Station J
Road Windridge, Ryersou's Poplar -
V. alkerton White Lcnoire C H and to Morgan r.J
nd Creek and erito\ from SKier by \ Copenhagen }
? Sleepy: and to Stra-: I Mount! !) Pizgah and Liberty Hill to States- Kdoni, and Santa Lucli, :Madisou Gorgansxille Riegeuay, town. Springs, (Va.) Beeler's Station, and Lima :,;i Itf
: Blakely :: t
bane.From fairfield by )liddi town Lake Lan. I vi.le. From: 'lurfrl' Lorl) by l' .h..cui-3t, : John, Va, Miaxl(,rsville to M ai tiimsvillo Va. I From Wilmington by WhitesviUe! fair :Stone:; to Mounds vill e> J: pq t
ding and Lake Comfort to and Swan Quar.'er. From Haywood by Trade's Hill! Harknev's and Roxabiu (Iliitton't doss: Roads) to Scoil From Salem bx Sedge's: Gaiden. (;errmtn-I Bluff Marion C II. S C Mars Bluff Bradleyvill From Putnam C Ilair'eana Bridge and :? iB f
Roads and Grove and to GieenLJviL ] l iml Neck V
I Cross route from '
I WiJnut Cov Pine Hail JI:1 bon 1'leasantville aid Stunpterxillu to Manchester S. i Sycamore Grove to interest the 1- r:;
town ; i
-' ,. -- From Murfrcesbero'<< to Bo)"Ulou Depot -!| Reidsville, Kanawha C, H. to Wayiw C H, at Ham. S.., l' fj,.
and Weitworth to C '.1'f\
From fayetteville by Silver Run Manch 'I Ii 1\ ., !#,
-"- From Haywood by Martha's Vineyard Crock Panther Town Creek Ha: --l. ...,"t J ...4III.
ter, Johneonville, Craine's Creek, Cartilage \ From Salem: : I by Mndy From Wilmington by Upper t. r.-1 '
Caledonia Aoman's Hill, Stone Lick White Chalk Level Nothington and :Suuimervilie! to From Nashville, to Peach: Tree G ron' i Creek I llantsxillirllamptonviile =New Castle Bridge to Smithv.lle.; From Cbarlestown by Tantools Adam'aRun 1iJi: '.
McNeils From Ncxvbein, Craveusvillo and ferry Blue Hoosfe Salt Ketch :; ,
ferry. by Churches Store Ashepoo
Scott Hill
lioufcf Hill's :Store Salem Church and Healing and Brier Cre Wilktsboro From Wilmington by Topsail' '
From Head! of River James Potters : to Beaufoit. Pocaliligo Coosawhatchia Gillaoa '. f Lyille L--
Smvrno Bridge
Day to era ;
and Silver Hill, uud to Lexing. : and :South: fork to J etl:rson. Sound Stump Sound Onslow C. H. Catharine '
Springs, 'i
on Goose Creek from Newborn Kinston and Graharusville. -f'
Island. by Mosely From Salem: to Clemonsville. Dake Richland's Bnnaennaa to An to r
ton.From fayetteville to Sal rn. From From Hwiderkon ty Williamsborough Hall to Goldsboro', From :Salem by Winston OUt own etItaan gola. From Charlestown by H addre l" td george }g t .

From fayetteville! to Elizabethto, by Terrtbia Lea Henderson by C xford Berea i osbo-} From Nahunta, by LoxvoH! Rulah, St, )' Piltt Movitain I oms Creek ;Mount Airy Froxv Wilmington by Long Creek Beattys town. .,;;t.. ti i,
the Blockern, Deieret and White rough IJUrg Moore Store, Milton Laurel Charles and Crcachxille to Eagle: Rock.FIOMI Good :Spur: Va IlilUville Gray son :Sulpher:; Bridge Black River Chapel] aDd Harrell's From Charlostown by Bdaafort Boyd'a "' r..:' '

Grove aud ItinggoM Va, lund to Danville Oxford, by Wateiloo, Gregory's, Springs Craubery! Plains and Jackson ferry Store; to ;Moore's Landing Hilton Head and BloStown! to SA- ..., t.a ..
Va. r.t' '.
OiLFrom Mills :Sassafras: fork Brownsville and Voung to Wytheville.! From Wilson by Stantonsburg Speigh's i, vannah Ga.From i; ;t
fayetternie! by Little Rock fish St. From Hillbboroogh by Hawfield Mount Cross Roads to Claikssvilie, From Salisbury! by Rockvitte Gold Hill I Bridge and Snow Hill! to Hookeretuvvn. Cbarlestown by Meant Holly monk l-t-tij; t"\ ,
Pauls!, Lurub rton Lecsville, and to fakLU Willing Meadow Creek and McDauiel to :From Onslow C 11, by Piny Green tti Kendall's Store AI\t\ >mare Norwood Cedar From WiUon to Washington by Saratoga, Corner aud Black Oak Binevtlle. :.. f 4

I un. Rock Creek. I S wanli bo ough, I Hill Carolina female College Wadesboro xysville Marlboro Pleasant Mount Green Feon ChiHcstown to New York. h:: i V;. :

From fayettcville by Dumdarrach Randall. From (Hlllsboroagb to Seaburg in Caswell From Oxford by Tallyho) & Dutchville Jone's Creek and Morven to Bheraw S, villo Pactolus and Boyd's ferry. From Cheater C. H by LowrelTil1eapring- r.f. t tr'; ,.
viUe Montpelier Laurel Hill!! Spiingfield and Bounty. From Windsor Merry Hill Ashland < Hill RA- t'$'
ReedsStagville :South: Lowell Mills C. by well GuthriaaviUa Clay !
Brightbville S, C, to Cheraw :S, C. From IlilUborough by Cedar G rJvoV 81. aud Euo Mills to Hillsboro. Statesville I Colerain Harrellsville and Pitch Landing to nalesburg and White Hall to Charlotte. lilt

and From fayettsvi.le: by Owensville! Clinton nut Grove Proeptct Hill and Gordenton to From Raleigh C, H, by Big Cole, and From Grove.Salisbury Bunker by Cowansville Hill Newton C II, Morfreesbojo. From Cheatar C. H Baton Rouge Camel Ii
Spnngefield to Warsaw. Leasburg. Baone.'a Mils to Poytona Poplar From Wiotnh to Gatesvllla. HiU aadTomarille to Pickce/villa. t,

From fsyttteville! to Kin .bur'y. From Ihilisborongir'aluut Grove :and Van From Railroad near Dam No, 6 on the and Drowning Creek to Morgantoxvn.C'nurch to mount From Woodrille to Durants Nenk. From Chewer C H to Cedar Shoals. l '

From fayetteville on the Eat ide of Capo Hooks Store to Roxborough. P..tomac to Clabough's ;Mills, in Morgan I Fram Sulisbuty by Organ From Washington, D, C, by Georgetown From Colombia by Lexington C H, Lavavilla /. B
fear River via Blockua to Eliutbethtown Bla- Suuimeifield '. Pleasant. Langiey Va Prospect Hill Springdale Dranes- and Lofts to
From Hillsdale by oak Ridge count) Jonesville Ridge Edgaoald. (X
Mocksville !
den countTVi /. to Beilin. From Ree-i's Mills to Wilson M, Hay- From Salisbury by : yule Belmont Leesburg, Hamilton, Purcell H. .

*.,! faycttCTille; by (;ray > Cree! Pros. From Hookestown Via Solution Mill and ruonilt in Uj.shur county, Gap Ciyil and Independence Va, to \rytbe'illt' yule Sirickersville Castleman ferry and Berry From.; Colombia, bj PJeauot Bprfn LCountavilla -

tPect Hill, Lyons La dug EILul/riLtowu; Coxville to Creenrillo. Fromahullta, by Buffalo[ ford and speedxx \ .. vilie to Winchester. and Calk. Croat IUaJ to CtEnr
Whitt'g, Creek: Wcet Brooke and to Ho\in' I From huntsville by Rod Plains East Bend ell to Blue Springs. From Sclisbury by Thomas ood'sIouct: From Oilkesboro by Lewis's fork S ty I r rr1. -

'it 3 "on.! .J forbush Rppallic, Doivcltoo; and Mount Ntboto From Ocracoke by) Hallaway Cassc and j Vcruon Nov Institute: farley'a Store Prieh fork and Rotherwood to Boone. u Cojrtr I.; .

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?,c S* The Vesta. though in the cases of Nebraska and Kansas the free I A Good Riddance The Plague in london. ArriTtl of this Africa.

I I. States might obtain the advantage, yet in Territories .When we look upon the column led by William If we a t credit a letter to be found i: Th Laltic't mm
jflotfoian 1trtt Tins is the name of the vessel whose fearful Bigler in the last canvass, and sec how many tree French and JC/-vr HN-n
further South the advantage on the other tho Home Journal, says the Macon Telegraph, tl
: wotl b men have firm in tbe tempest of we We
_. collision the Arctic so .t fanatics! yesterday morning
iw -_ .l rh' u'it many side. Don't misunderstand us. We nre no advocatesor : feel pru ( our noble J>nrty- fa tbm.if the city of London has again been subjected graphic d(patcbet from rfud tb, fol11 t

TALLAHASSEE : live t b lost. She was, remarks the Cou. defenders of Territorial action. We do not b the flag of dishonorable victory bad floated over its to the fearful ravages of the Plague. The lumbia. They are dated Col! 21 ,o t

r S and Enquirer, a French iron propeller, here that A bestow on its creature the raril;,. But we feel proud fur another'reason: We I The Africa La armed at New Oc. .
r C.ngl1 have been relieved from the pestilential association ofa Home Journal avouches the respectability the with u.
telligence advioei
240 tons burthen right a power which it cannot itselfNor th brought by the B.ir l
built in 1853 Nantes exrdse eerie
October 28 1854. at was t who
Saturday few reckless and
corrupt men aspire totally Europe i.
dilhonet and of its f.l.
that the veracity correspondent. The let. at nndiwtA?
do believe
been a.toUde
and furnished with an engine of sixty we power b given to be leaders in clemo c party and who haveat successfully, hoxe by tU report 2k
Granville in the Nebraska Bill ; but we cannot tee the justice last shown the public the treachery they have long ter certainly has all the appearance of truth. English !over the t **
Notice.i'i horse She was equipped at Ru.
power. iu charging conservative men of the North"with talking cherished in lcrtt. allude now. to such men adRenh The writer that the plague has been Time latest reliable acc.un that thTdii "
; t3T; Th arrangement made with Mr. WILLIAM France, for the fisheries of Newfound- fair and foul" Itcavtt claim for Frazer,of LocltlrloJ David Wilmot of Bradford says been regularly lJ.ieed. that.tt Eghticg Jl* .; <1
makea it necessary that the old LuaincM; of the offioe practicing they -the one Aowed Intl pledged ally of the turned up by the spade. In cutting a sew. but had tL

be closed up to the 1ft of October. "We have Large Land. Sho went to SL Pil'rr with a load ofl the Territories this right \llile at the same tigp they Know-Nothings, the other the volunteer fnend and er through Argyle street, the workmen Arc Lrupk., tt tre D we ,,

salt and Was returning to France with stand by the Constitution and defend it's provisions ,advocate (If Pollock, the WLig candidate fur Govern MAEKCTS.-The rtt mtrc i
due tbe bard earnings of refer*, and ire onl CI'q_
amount te said to have disinterred the bones of the old
from the combined assaults abolitioiiisis and or. We thank them for their candor; they have at prices were unchange< -sales we t, .
$ -&j rood earncsUy hop that those to *hm bill.are sent hundred and forty-seven passengers consist The Sentinel they have been Whig last relieved the democracy of a b irden. No longer victims of the pestilence, and from these the bales. Flour bad advanced one e to two ij st

I will respond promptly.' Acoocnt "ill be made out ing of fishermen and snltcrs, besides twenty says can they be quoted against a party they bare betrayed Cur market easier. Consols 07J.
and when tilt i i. received tbe Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana. And why ? Wasit as the advocates of the men and measures of our contagion has spread throughout the city.- Referring t the fore statement .
f.r full money ; others who formed her The TVs/a a
yean" will be made in the books of the newconccra crew. I not because they asistc to preserve the honor of common political enemies. Like Van Buren, the Whoever came in contact with these bones Savannah,now in Sew York, writes M &o
entries (1101
4 proper was going at the rate of ten knots when the the South and do her in the Nebraska matter Rives, like Penrose, like Burden, like Di.kt they .The Home Journal' account oft! !
..1 ; : ;;t Bills will be pent through tho paper, and i I justice1 have at iat been forced to admit that they have taken suddenly I sickened and died, and the writer London, should l isi published. A ( tt par*
struck tho Arctic. Her bows carried to ] r
were would not consent
and because trample
Uit1: the money ronv. be funvarded at our risk.CIIARLE8 they upon the bounty of the Whigs ; and like them the that at present Poland street, Argyle Lndon. informed me that lie saw black f
E. DYKE. away, but her hold being divided into compartments I her rights as guaranteed in the Constitution and pro can no longer refuse to put on the livery of the fovs reports street and others and pJlL.tuk

of plated iron, the water which vided for in the Fugitive Slave law f Is wt tl.t the of the Democratic party." street, and Regent street, are shut up and stationed to war passengers aJJ"I&g g tb.Vt. 'M !}

-- have been "repudiated in Pennsjl. pronounced impassable. The terror is l'X'tn'ml the disease been cholera, this I imagrca fal
\\vhv they Thus the after the would
Tbe '' FLOUlIAVllla" cornea to us thin morning' rushed into tho forward part of the ship was reason speaks Pennsylranian have been the cas*" *.
vania, Ohio and Indiana.) Let the $fliue dny it and the citizens are leaving London in '
F juet ns we were going: to press, drest-d in the sable arrested in its After the defeat of its party in tho recent -

: lines: of mourning. Its Editor,7IIO IAS B. ALEXANDER progrcss. relieving if it can. Let that sheet meet the cwstion boldly and sentiments it utters will meet a hearty great numbers and in every direction. SECOND DESPATCH.
centre and str that could be thrown its leaders the truth the while truth and nothing Thl
al give Further from
Esq.,is no more. He died at Murianna, from the bosom of Democrat Sebastopol-Heavy
oa Saturday evening, the 14th icstant, in the 31st overboard, Capt. DITUKSM:, the commander, but the truth. I it can show :hat the, Noithern response every I The Boston Courier, the old organ: of The latest account. say tht Faua .
in the late elections, fought the battle ou from Maine to California. Tlie Democratic driven enbic1
fighting was
Democrats by
caused a sheet to be passed over the bows.- Webster the walW
of his age, Pulmonary Consumption.Tbe gives names of seven of the :
4 the of hostility to the South, as did the the has been sifted-purged would which was theieopr-n regnlarlv
ground party
r ScLa.tlpl
h \\Vnio contains a very appropriate and well He then directed his course to St. Johns. it i it. them Know Nothing candidates for Congress in land A nualia,.within Tu ia'tle
written obituary notice of the deceased, which we ern Whigs, then we 'i join denouncing ; be a more expressive word. The false-heart had burned Its had .
which reached the 30th of t.eu }
September. joined
was on Massachusetts and that g.rnjon
make this showing it will excuse us they are all
it cannot
hut if 1ehi
I t-hould be happy to transfer into the columns of the ed traitors who have clung to its skirts haveat i The ales hail earned the second line of
The Vesta bears on her terrible marks of the if we continue to claim fur them "luperior patriot'iMn rancorous, ultra and unmitigated Abolition ces of and have thus te
ix-ntincl but it comes too late for to-day's issue. Mr. (blstopl obtin com
.. last been off by the current and the
mood of
collision which the bent sides of and : to that
among are ists. one of them continues the pLe.
established tim Fi WHIG"in any ,
ALEXANDER: : aiDA inteb'tJ. I
q Allen t Anderson
of free < heavy grain
' motley crew whigs, soilers and abolitionists hare fiuj d
which she carries
p4;i-: MT, and its editorial department conducted iron compartments in ftl Ohio. Courier, has at any time within half a dozen for a million aud a half of ilolUrs.

with vigor and nbility. He was an excellent classical pieces of wood from the Arctic. The Vesta The editor of the central whig organ has who IU1'e I'el the cause of it, are years been connected, politically, with nn -
entitled the thanks THE REMAINS OF SIR
nnd of the The Florida friend of sound ) FR4Xlzy
schollar taste.
purest lost thirteen of her men in the collision. eHr.r other than
for the nnti.
of party an
I lost his, "sympathy" Democracy laverJ party; we FOUND.
: in the death of our much esteemed cotemporaryof principles, North and South.Ve hope the
also lost
press of the fishermen
Many passengers him read should like to know it. The I
.North but beg to the subjoined Free Soil Nrw You Oct
l the we 20.
the Wins," has lost one of Its brightest ornaments. ; dais j not far distant when all the Van Bu. par-
His leaders were generally written with mark- all their property which they had on board, article from the Ohio Statesman, writ. ty has sent out to the voters of Massachusetts i Despatches to 'Sir George Simpson, Governor of
rt.; of barrels of oil and fish which rens and Wilmots of the North, with the Hudson Bay Territory, received at Montreal, gives an
: ed and in excellent taste.-StntintL( consisting to the election in that State before I itd own candidates for Congress in the
ability, ten previous Uentons and Houstons of the South, will be : account of the discovery of the remains of Sir John

: 's : were thrown overboard to lighten the vessel. he finally surrenders them up to thc ten. guic of Know Nothings, and with only the I Franklin's company. They starred to death in the

I .. .- lIen. A. E. MAXWELL reached this city on The that the Vcsla saved thirty-one of known only as the tail Seward and (Jreeley. frail in which spring of 1S50, near Fox River.
rC'lor der mercies of Northern Whig Abolitionists.! con.rng new converts to any
% last from the West m Alabama. the of the Arctic is incorrect. .
Monday passengers I It shows on what ground the late battle was faith are apt to clothe themselves to conceal I later from Europe.

Mr. ;. has entirely recovered health. We Captain DITIIUSNK l'nr saw the Arctic or fought in Ohio.r uul the editor ask for DADE Ce Tr.-\ correspondent their former character from the world." X Eon.. Oct 20.The ste'mmshipAfriea' tan arrived .

t understand that he will leave for Was ing. of her after the collision took of at her wharf in Jersey City, from U>erpoolt
; any passengers nobler sentiments than are hero expressedCan \ the ChatU-tton Couriir, writing from KeyWest i This confirms what welmave said on former which Pert she left on the 7th inst.
:; ; ::.. : ton in a few days to rejoin his family, andi'4. place." he find it in his heart to censure Southern October 12, says it is supposed that i occasions relative to this ne-w organisation The steamship St. Louis has arrived at Southampton

: preparatory to the labors of the coming ses- Northern Democracy and the Slavery Democrats for clinging hopefully to the vote in Dade for Senator, eke., will not I -this new ofcprng of religious intolerance GENERAL from New bTLLUGE York. The news by this arrival

-ti:,:. bOn. Question. Northern Democrats who pen such lines as be counted for want of County officers to i and fanatical bigotry. I is purposely desig- id of a most extraordinary: character, and has createda

: 4. The Florida ffrtitind in the Northern3emociacy .d in the free States great sensation throughout Europe,it being no more
attacking these ? canvass it. For fmUyman in that County { as an adjunct
Vote on the Capitol Question. nor )lead than that Sebnatopal has not been t. "nor
is iu cue from the X atiu'nal//td. WHO SECTIOXAU'JTS ? The ion : the abolitionists and such is it in flames. That the destruction of
the from Walton taking ARE Fu. j.urnrir.!ts election resulted in a tie, as they! as faithfully fulfillingits : was the Russian
: : Since our last, returns igenctr and Louisville Jvurnal. Ikilh of those pa- have worn their pens to thiir sumps, nod the Fusionontlota : ant mission. The fleet is a fiction,-the destruction of Fort Cf>n tmitjafalseMenchiki'ff's
and Holmes the Removal have have their. to iu haw neither a Sheriff, Coroner, nor Judge of : : Courier says further A surrender a invention
: on question, >eie are determined, "eink or ewim live (r die, to worn ttuuipj tlC ground \0 pure ,-and
como to hmd..lton: gives 270 against cling on t the rotten remains of tbe Northern Whigurty cif ruus appeal: t the fiecnieu of NWth, not to. Probate, to give a casting vote, it is nut likely glance at their nominations, so far as theyare lastly Omar Pacha's despatch a forgery.
themselves to the ] of the servile The Allies bad formally invested
: ff Removal, Holmes 237 against and 3 for Re and as an excuse fur their treason to the South tb'adl of the South, by any t"c ppirit} of cr.ncef.ciou to population the I that the County will be represented in the reported to have been made, w ill show fighting was going on without interruption.Sebastopol, and

y kt moval. These figures added to those given hey undcl take to show by garbled eitiaets from Confederacy froutliof) Mason] and Di son's line. Jouraliim next Legislature." I they had either of at once to any one, who has a mind to direct Menchikoff occupies the field outside the Trails of

Democratic and the like that the Northern and urtory-thf most potent armament of a his towards them that Abolitionism and Sebastopol with 20dOrt( m..n.TL
papers these clRccrs, it would make no difference, eyes ,
: last week, show the following state of the free people! -have Ikf1 invoking the spirit tf fraternal ( Russian Garn!.u Lad turned the fortification
democratic Party is no more reliable thau the Party Abolitionism alone has had the control of all of marched totheseeneofaction.The .
a hate and awing LeWe'c'1 two parts (.1 Iho} same as our laws do not provide for casting Anapaand
vote : with which they affiliate and with whose fortunes beloved I those ( lines in : I I struggle recommenced on the 25th ultimo andcontinued i
country gc' giuphienl ;jx-'iilies! in the of sham Native
votes" cases of tie. The contest, in such nominating power this
) "Xo Removal 4939 when tbe courier left the 27th miltuno ..
< .
r hey are identified. nut with all their ingenuity, with i \\Washington foresaw 'demagogues wotl attempt
.4 be tried American organization, and also that the Abolitionists which date the Allies within ten miles of Sebas
must over were
t to draw. cases, again.
J .
': "Removal I, 4323 all their desire to place the two parties at the Nut th mi .
:. fcan"b lines of dvmarkation] betoken divik-d] topol.
a spirit it is to foist into
.4. I QW tlC same footing they utterly fail to make out tkirease. of patriotism if indeed] it is entitled to tat) honorable ozj-: M?j. Russell, Democrat, has been \hlr attempted The Allies occupy Balaklavn,are in eommnnicaticn

4 ,.J 1 < Majority thus far, The difference between them is n(great as between dc.-ignati"ii. Such: demarkittiou 1 U-tokrn. tie decay public consequence under the protecting a-gis I iI with the fleet, and command the approaches to Sebas
elected to the House from St. Lucie
;; : Orange and Su Lucie to hear from, which ]light and ,11kl F!. The mere announcement of found views of our Union-implies a treasonable county. i iI I I lof Know Nothingism, are as contemptible(- in I. topol.
It is doubtfully! rumored that the second line of de-

t Iti, may reduce this majority 75 or SO votes, of the p"6iti"u of the Ni-itheru WLigs i ii euflicient l', in *fat duuLI an of ntt.-.tk our permanency('1 the national. a republic o-mwt| ,arl wliich is. Don Juan Antonio Cnstanedo! tie person I talent mil in political standing, as they arediiioiucst ft-nee of the Russians had been carried.

than 500 Removal prove this beyond (:"il 'fu.y declare, 1st. TheirIpJsItiJn vuhtto be and ] bible the Union it with the which The latest despatches say that tbe Rnsrians were
7I.; : leaving more majority against out 1ji a Ce- regard to platform
: who arrested the unfortunate
i ) to the repeal U the Missouri Compromise ... Lopez, was assassinated corapletelv Lut up in Sebastopol, and confirm the rumor .
: ,. and consequently] in favor of making I at coffee house in Havana they have so eagerly pressed forward to oc- I mentioned above, that tLeir second line of Jeftiic
not, a!, as the St fit ild would have its leadois beliete'. The ruM"n5 ts in Ohio are in the habit of closing a on
Tallahassee the seat of Govern it their npwal.' after the manner of Cat of old-'-Carthage had been earned.
; permanent bcau iraia coinprtinti, but because that repeal must[ be !1" "The South the South the 12th inst. The event produced a pro. cupy. Tie Allied Army and fleets completely invested
: : ment c.f tho State. Considering tho small taken the slave question out of Congress!, which mut. l be destroyed destroyed!P That j the alpha! and I omega found sensation in the city. The New Orleans Sebuetopol, aud Merichikofl had been driven wit tin iu

., r1 amount of ink expended by the press of the body they unanimously insh.t.lla the constitutioua of their preaching. They forget that OLio and indeed Delta, from whose columns this item of The Repudiated.Va. thus walls It is with rumored the wreck that Austria of his army.will consider tie Czar'tprolonged
right and power enact the AVilniot Proviso, and thus the whole Northwest, *re the children c.f tlat Petersburg ( ) Intelligencer,
Middle and West in attention refusal of the fuur conditions
: j public is taken I of the VituLa
"mother of the land Wa hiucton. news ,
exclude Slavery from all the territories; they declare, oM States. Virginia. of remarks repudiates the Whigs of New York : Conference Itlli.ilestr .
the the result is somewhat Jefferson, Madison and Monroe! Virgiuia 1 as a cants
; question
\ t.o. 2dly, Their intentiou to restore the Missouri i rtttric Shal : Castnnedo was the tool. It were better, "As for this Sew York Whig tickt. we regard it I [ *. Allen and Anderson the largest American

*p fcurprhing. Had the real merits of the mat. tion ; 3dly, Their uncompromiting hostility te the admission by i the and reckless the lien crew that v bind ho would u* to sacrifice her be to Olt prejudice away I had he been the principal and chief; but the 11 t merely ,r!<.tiunal its 10.1 therefore utterly Grain dealers have failed. The extent of their liabili-

: ter been presented and enforced as they of uny more Slave] States, and 4thly, Their ami mock philgnthrophy the liolieet associations of work orce commenced, may not be finished unworthy OhIWCt3. We repudiate, for ourself tiea b 2uO,060 sterling.!
until the soul of Concha shrill follow that of and, our all connection and sympathy with it.
I might have been, the majority would have intention to repeal the Fugitive Slave Law, or so to our history nnd the best nflid.r.of our hearts I It is purl ihrc.Urh and l through, and that is enough Additional Africa-
that in hen the Indians ewlr
They forget our war \\ Castanedo, or the tyrant himself and per
been twice as large. As it is, the vote must modify its piovisfcns a t render the Law itself entirely and the British menaced our border .iv Piilir au"J \\'. _.j.-says..' ;. tl.! iKaili For us. If Clark and Rnymonel are elected, it will be J>VYo.g, Oct.'WJ 21.-Ii was rumored \14\

'_ __-j I .. __ _.. .j,44... wortbleM Vnur ..- :-& ..!.*s .." .....w .nu ...._-s' ""'1 "in uiwut tlreten. of the miserable but in the an ,OltlCln trlnl.JI.. mind believing this, we cannot General Luders with forty battalions and the gBrryvB
the aid. Was it Spaniard, act, well suspected of entertaining great lcrr.r at the
il' ground occupied by the Whigs of the North on whence came our from New England) I L of Odfc had entered the Crimea
*a to relieve Set..to-
verdict of the people against the policy of which shows the existence of the feeling idea of its (tat. We can assure the
this question. Will the .*>/jifn
Removal in all its aspects, and as such it. presume uot-the evidence is i brave Kentucky hunt*-r!, with their true Kentucky in Cuba-the feeling which will arm each Courier that the Southern Whigs \il.ever unite with Constantinople was illuminated in honor /f the Lat*
overwhelming.The such Northern those the
to rifles, who cropsed the border, and Whigs : at Syracuse -
joining our of the island! with that tie of Alma.
,. .z ought, and no doubt will be cheerfully acquiesced -.1 fact is indisputable that the Noithern Whig par oils an,1 hardy pioneers! met the enemy before courage they son a ueipon hal Convention. As they have chosen to range
be as true in its aim as that which found
-nwelvts under the banner of let themabide
in by the other sections. ty u aboitioniztd-iFiorov2.j and On cut bring fell detraction upon an infant State ? !ecti"lllitI ,
.trt: ; are not those wi. h brain of Castanedo. the ci-ruwiuencfs. We Southern Whigs uiliciilmlv WASHINGTON.
the other hand who "Ii sanctify past
so hardy as to allege this with t .
observe the course of events and be resrnlated -
injury meditated l\\t\
...,..,'*. News by the Africa. respect t the Northern Democracy I We giant that wrong Strth. by present appeals to or the page of Ili outrage tur". upon We are. A Xutjbr the Know-Nothings. report accordingly.I There is uo.division sentiment arm>ng.t Four Days Later Intelligence from Europe.NEW .
,; .4. The intelligence brought by the last steamer abstractly) they are opposed to Slavery hi the same at a ]. !to fluid) out in the pa&t. present of m< itatedconluct us on this point-and it would be well for the Seward i -
I that the I
know'nothings have all determined to make of this. TOM Oct. 23th.
that Jefferson of brothers of the South press a special nc.tt
seufe least those
was opposed to it, and we add our ur at
contradicts the B a':tic's account of the defeat The stwimshin fn-m
: further that iu who-e sentiment gives 1 tone to Southern society any to leave America because it was first
they are not favor of extending it,mindwhen arrived
at 11 o'clock last with
of the Russians and the night English dates tip
capture of Seba&topol. palliation ''r excuse for the extreme,constant, fallaciousand Where Am I ?
: tbu is said all that cau b charged against them clamorous denunciations of the sectional discovered by a foreigner, (says a democratic to Oct. 11

:n It seems (that a stupendous and has been admitted. But they hold their ptrsouul feel. againrt th.South.D.itghf.ces" J'uio cotemporary,) turns out to be incorrect. The New York Express, in view of the theIARKETS..

t, .d successful hoar, relative to that matter, has ings subordinate] t Constitution, and hence iu none .' are we ? If to be II\'r of the Vu- confusion of parties in New York, and the union Cotton at Liverpool was in moderate demandmar,
., They have, however, repudiated and spit ket Sales since the .
jell and not se-lfUh viith upon unchanged. Africa 1ft ({
pmUulist", souls
.' been the and of their State Convention* have themselves ns narrowas of the Free the
; practiced on greedy credulous they J Whig?, Soilers and all
placed the edge of I sixpence, l II el'IllfI; we plead that clause of the Declaration of Independence 4.000 to speculators and exporters. HdhinglmeadsCircular
L..q,. public. The author of it must be some daring on such grounds as have the Northern Whigs. They guilty! to the charge. We glory il it means to isms under the same banner, thus expresses I says Tuesday's sales amounted to 5,000 bales
regard the South entitled to ith the ptanil which gives as one reason why the I the market closed dull.
a a equal rights w by the compromises of the ) and
who .
has little itself
for the c.nttutitu. :-
wag, respect crown- North in the common territories, and hence they stand against the unhallowed alliance IUII colonies separated from England that the : Flour was anchanged. Canal S3*, and Ohio S3..
1.. 1p (Jd heads of The Africa its sm.t I ia rather hard for old politicians such Com had declined a shilling holders the
t :: Europe. reports opposed t the restoration of the Missouri i Restrict 1 *x>ul of Abolitioni-rn {<, presiding lt'niU and ludl King of Britain had obstructed our naturalization I market white and pressing on
r bard, fighting but decisive results. The incendiaries as the the ?, Gidduig Id Galloways as we are, educated in the old Clay and ; yellow 39s., mixed 87s.
no the of
enactment the Wilrnot
t. t 1'ioviso, to te nou- fur its fuglemen.Courtariivs.Our. laws" and had tried to prevent foreigners Webster school of politics that these MONEY MATTERS.The .
,, .4 Russian outposts had been driven in and their adinisbion of States "hose Constitutions recognize
from emigrating to this retered old fogies" are in their graveyards, money market in England was tighter. Ed.1
lines carried, and that the siege of the city Ilavcr' and t the cicadae of Congressional jurisdic.. f.rth Carolina exchanges ag.iln The know-nothings liavo countrJ'-1 to keep the run of ourselves ; and whetherwe :; ... o..ar.has KJ t._ .Ii-oJ.j I.- *-
,lio .at>..in an Above call attention to that repudited Henry suspended.
rjit ftlinpc ur w. fatt. numerous
l.utl bk .u n ulaily ojKfiieei, witn tlie allies In Lun lr.r : t. \ Auburn I
+ i'!._' al they recognize the constitutional relative LiI. of the denominations respectively| t.f ?4, $10 clause of tho Declaration of Independence, belong Saratoga, Syracuse RUSSIAN MINISTER
; f. a4j4ir command of all the approaches to the place. requirement all 50, on the Bank of Cope Fear, aid the Bank. of it is rather hard to tell, reading all these pro. I Among the Bvrou
t the surrender of Fugitive Slaves, they have it is said, because, they have ascertained that passengers Washington u
:; This seems to be the substance of the new a the State, are in ciiculation. These counterfeit! are ceedings. Gitvlll, Russian Minister to the United State.
thown in repeated instances. was tLcir votes that well executed almost of that declar
I so ns to My cttection. and are fifteen of the immortal feigners "Am I Giles or am I not 1" WAR NEWS.
r4 4' pasted the present law and that rtctnlly saved it generally made payable at Salutary), 'avettevihleViunhuigtou ,
We furnish for them
L.V The Pennsylvania Elections. among the statutes of the We that \ and Windsor. wereforeigncrs Official accounts from the battle Alma show the

; There GOHrUmtut aver additional fact that the last survivor of The fever i at Montgomery English loss in tbe engagement t, have been 2,000-
.-t4. *b are some very curious results shown we have here shown the true position of the Northern As the bills of this Bank circulate through J10nJI, the yellow prevailing that of tbe French 1,400. The allies have changed

1. #.., by the returns from the Pennsylvania election. Democracy, aud the real difference between them aud i would IMS well to keep a sharp look out" for the that noble band was not only a foreigner, buta Alabama. Two of the city papers their plans of operations. They ad vacced to the at-

-I Not the least remarkable the extreme weakness the Northern Whigs, and we challenge the SC/tnl counterfeits. Catholic, also have been suspended on account of the violence -: tack of Sebastopol from the South, their line reeling

ii.f 9 t.. to point out wherein the showing is faulty. It is true 00 Balaklava.! The bombardment commenced on the
of the whig. candidates when left to rely of the epidemic. 5th of Cctober. The Russians bad tank seven ships

1_ ;t' alone upon the whig party. The Pennfylvanian that paper says-" We never had much faith iu the Indiana Election. Plan Meeting at Waukenah. i of tbe line at the mouth of the harbor to prevent the

k 'a' that- sincerity of those Nebraska Nut them d ro'rat we The smoke of the late battle in Indiana a meeting of the citizens Jtflerson Slares for Kansas, Ho!-The New Albany approach of the allied fleet. Marshal Seaman ia dead.

rk 1 Matt admit They have so often betrayed the South, and has sufficiently cleared: ouT, to enable the co., held at Waukecnab, on Saturday the (Intl.) Daily Tribune, says "sometwentyfivc The command of the garrison devolved en Caurobert.
Ju-'ge Polloek by receiving all the Ism and Know After the battle of Aha the Russians in their re
b are so much accustomed to fair talk and foul practicei "de-ad wounded and miEirg" to be counted. take into consideration the skues, passed through our city
? tlillg vote" del -a1s Governor Bigl,'r by some 2lst instant to negro treat burnt all tbe villages through which they passed.In
20.WO) ) "otell. Henry S. Mott tIe democratic nominee that thi-y ought to be tcbjectcd; to long and severe Two Nebraska Democrats, in the persons of extension of the Plank Road from Newport to o'n Saturday List, in charge of slaveholders their flight they left 6,000 wounded behind One

j1;' : ("r Canal CornmiKbioner, bus evidently received tests bcfi-re the South can rejMjec confidence in their from the South en route for the territory of Siousand Russian escorting munition of 'War have

the Know Nothing vote for that e ffice, in addition to superior patriotism and ilt'glt ... Hut this is mere \1. If. English and Smith Miller, have Weaukeenuh ; Gen. Ceo. Whitfield was called I Kansas." been captured by the allies. MenacbikcfFhimself narrowly -

: 'i Undemocratic vote, and in twenty counties comprising been re-elected one Democrat chair and O. II. iadsuYn The allies bad seized the
1I : :' I UA er//0n. Where iu the proof on which this betray alt.}l.1Jr"ka to the requestedto escaping capture.
half the vote uf the State the n-suli ill : Mott, I acquaduct which supplied Sebastopol with water.
.,.yt dtiu. 147.228 ; Dnreie, whig, 44,813 ; Spicer, Native I al" is charged and founded! Did they .betray" the (Mace) and eight oni-ofcition, made UD of act as Secretary. The object of the meeting Th.e leition, of- Mr. .Il'lcl of Florida.We .- Eight thousand of the allied cavalry had been landed

ul. I. American 782 ; giving M"tt a majority of about luO- South on the 1'exi question the Fugitive Slave Law, Whigs; I'usioriUts, Know: ; Nothings} Free having been explained by the chaiainati :r(highly gratified the following in the Crimea. -

4 : t'OO' iu about half the Suite, a/id indicating that Molt aud the admission of Florida I Would either of thrwe Soilers and Abolitionists called intelligence c our telegraphic The carriage of Menschikpff witi bis private papers
4 i : \ill receive ultogelheT) near or about:200,000 majority. have by Ireeley the following resolution was offered by R. W.White ntrmin.r bad cell captured. Tb. inhabitant of OdM bad
5 measures been consummated bad there been no announcement of ction of Mr. Maxwell
Tbe Im and Know !" theraselve to burn the rather than have it
Whig. Nothing vote as opposed Republicans and unanimously adopted : hedged city
difference between them and the Northern Whigs- to Congress from Florida, and of the
: to the Democratic, fiosscssci therefore about uOUO all into tbe bands of the allies. Mernel was nearly
i : lunj.&h'. Did they talk] fair arid practice foul" with respect to MIUCI's majority is t58-En1"L's C:1 Tlie Indiana Resolved, That a Committee be appointed, complete triumph of tho democrats in the destroyed by fire. Loss two millions sterling. ,.

The democratic Know Nothing Tote, AS oppos- them I But, says the titntinel, they set up a clauu;! : Sentind (Dem.) makes (he ntw Senile stand 26 whose duty it shall be to examine a route f for Stnte. Mr. Maxwell made a strong impression EXCITEMENT IN POLAND.An SV

td The to the "hig for jKtsscMes a majrityofibout 200,000. f'Jr" Squatter SQ\'cr\gnty" on the Nebraska Bill, and I iViiiocrata to 23 Whigs and on. Senator to be heard the Road, and collect information ns to the upon those who became acquainted with outbreak was greatly feared at Alansaw. The
shows th of
supreme judge btrcngth therefore they hare deceived and cheated the South (ruin. House, 41 Democrats to 47 Whigs and two him at the late session. He was a model lusMan Imperial guaid waa hastening to that city by
each of these parties as each had its candidate Iu the cost of the same per mile, the probable dis.
I. '. field. The returuH from cue-half the State, show that U7
't the Democratic candidate, Black received 83,831 I ; i the bill was pending in Congress I Was not the i'rn- elected in place of Tetitt DCIOQ"It tance, together with all such information as which his constituents have given him. --

the Know !othini cJidat. Ikird, 65,403, and the I tint advertised of that "claim" when it supported may be necessary to enable those who may Wash. Union, Oct. 18th. Still Later-Arrival of the Niapra
'.ir : Whig Smyeer.: ,115.; Ohio Election- LIVERPOOL DATES TO OCTOBER 14.
: the measure, and complimented Casa and Douglas become Stockholders in the said Road{ to act
4 z4 The N. Y. Tribune ol f the 17th, makes the The Seward organ in New York that A. E. MAXWELL.-Thii gentleman who recetmtlv NEW Yoar, Oct. 25.
for going for it I How pu from the achieved so ojlendid triumph in the Florida The Niagara has just arrived with three daI'latunews
Congressional delegation Pennsyh'anialtnd Congressional de-legation elect from Ohio I
a 4.1ia. The question is not R to. whether the Jcnp'e of the same at an unjourncd meeting at this place, I Con-'rcs-ional Election pawed through h this city on hisWav"home than that brought by the Washington.

1 : 4 Nebraska Democrats, three of whom Terrttoritt shall or shall not exorcise power the wi be composed; of "Republicans," of whom hereafter to be appointed. from a eying visit to his father. ,who resides Sale of Cotton for the week, BO.COO bales. Mar-

voted for the bill, nnd have' been re-elected ; mater, but whether Congritt has the right to legis. 12 were Whigs, 5 Free Soilirs and Democrats. in I\bama: on the 1'Jth) inst. He is in excellent let unchanged lower grades easier. Holders not

5 Anti-Nebraska Democrats 15 Anti-Ne- late-whether it Las the pow r to draw u line of distinction ." Ohio 4 votes hr Upon that resolution the following gentle health Iud sprits, und 'has unabated confidence in the pressing on the market Consols. 96} to 96f. Floor
; : ; gave Nebrabka. 0ouudncM of the President anti the ultimate success of I advanced Is. Cd. Corn in favor of buyers.MeRcury's .
said Committee
between the States of the South mind the States men were appointed on :
; bra ka Whigs and 1 Native. The same paper tho Democracy. We congratulate the Democracy of liabilities are half million st rlio
.. of the North. The Northern Democrats arid the whole Might have been Saved- Smith Simpkins, W. S. Murphy, W. II. Florida ou tbe return of w ouud aud consistent a Representative FROM THE WAR.
.. puts down the Legislature as follows : South not and declared in the Columbia Times, Oct. 24. .
so Nebraska -
Bill to
ay J. E. M., of Brooklyn, says the Arctic \Varf Daniel Brdjun., R. I. Gamble, Dan. Congress. i Sevastopol has been invested on the Sooth 14East. <
4 ; Senate)-10 Whigs, 17 Democrats, including The other issue, as to tho rights of the people of the Tbe of the allies were playing iU
Ladd arid O. Gadsden.On gun upon
:- 1 independent on cither side. HouseS Territories, is wisily left to the arbitrament of the might have been saved, after the occurrence ie I. NEW YORK, Oct. 16. I walls. MenschikofT keeps the field on the jforti of the

members hitherto known as Whigs 40 Dem1ocrat Courts. Tlie question ia Dot determined in the bill of the collision, by simply running her stem motion the name of R. W. White, was Te following 8 far a* ascertained, up to this time city awaiting reinforcements.
of the and crew of the ill- Prussia has her to act with
added to the Committee.On is condition passengers expressed willingnes*
and 10 Anti-Nebraska Democrats. itself, for that great measure was framed strictly on foremost. 1 ft.bases his assertion on the following
*, | fated Arctic: Austria.
;a 1t the principle of Nonintervention principle which facts : motion i was resolved that the proceedings Known to saved of the pawonffor 21 ; e.Eoor. DEATH OF GOV. Bt1BT.Waiuitayov.
the Pennsylvanian\t\ right j b
,e IU5pc tbe Whigs of the North utterly repudiate. Suppose Water, four f.et blow its surface, rushes throughan / this mlclng be published in the pa. do. 4-; crew ; missing piwsengers21l ; crew 96.- Oct. $3.
.o.tc board has
says. there is a reliable Democratic., that .popular sovereignty" i is claimed for the Territories adjutage with a ity of 16 feet tier second; at pers of Tallahassee, and the New Port So far as ascertained not I solitary Their lady fate on seems Intelligence from St.Louis states that Go*.Bur*

majority in both branches. Tat.caiw" does not establish their right: live feet, 18 feet ; at six feet, 20 feet, ee.; cowoqueutly I been saved, and no children. Some placed on t Ihe newly appointed Governor of Nabfask Tmi"t
j Times. been hard. were
legislate ; and even if it did, who would not prefer the Arctic, when running withopenbir fla have peculiarly their fate u unknown ; hope, died iu that city ou the 18th.
t at the rate of ten knots a hour-equal to 16 feet On motion it was resolved that this meet board the bat
til Election of Vermont Bnatn that t Wilmot Proviso,Missouri Restrictions and the second-would double the a leak per however, encourages the belief that some of them

; MOlEUD H.-Tb various other claims set up for Congress by the free. 4 feet; at eleven knots,veloty fi feet at a detbof ing now adjourn to meet again at this place may yet be rtscu.cd, and those nearly conuected with Mo "TOO ER.T. Oct. 21.-The yellow fever in tl r

I !t of Od6Wk ". was to4y elected nttd States twelve knots a depth of 6 feet, etc. On the ; on the third Saturday in November next. will sti cling to this hope. city ill very malignant, and there an 18* CM f uod
term, majority bousof soil, abolition Whigs and rotten Democrats of I the under Contrary' aud others saved with him, are treatment. There were 10 death to day. .7."e weather
Senator J she been stern ep
had at
lu put way" the
: of
abut te; tbe lion. Lawrence Drall d, of North t Between Ceuionl intervention, and action ten knots an hour, her velocity would have been rate GEO. ,I If FIELD, Chair. ted here to Dight. Savannah i ili cool but produces no abate'numta**
( hero for '
t St. free toiler, fur the 50r term, receiving on the part of people' ( the incipient Statesno to the velocity of the leak at the depth of four equal feet; O. II. GADSDEN, Sec'y. The steamer Alabma which time and se- of the epidemic.

,nearly every lug and free soil ,.ote eleven knot, 5 feet; and at twelve knots after being eODe experiencing -
\ ,
Southern man can to chooco. The one is 6 feet, tv return with one of he Advices from Galmteo
H Governor Roue's' message was delivered tu. (v e hilt etc. It L clear, therefore, had she been put under NEW YemK Oct. 21. Cotton is firm. Good Ohio vere weather, was obliged NEW: OaiiASS, Oct 21.- S8t>,
It unusually brief, and was positive, degrading and insulting Prohibition-the other "it would have the boiler leaking badly. to the 18th int. state that the yellot! ftt r WIle
poon. waa rde wit .stern way, brought leak under Flour is from $8.50 u 8.871 per bbl. Spirit of i tad of .
KUich'bToT all parties, The Oon himj.j recognizes tbe right of slaveholder and non-slave* control of her Turpentine wor dull at CO cents per gallon. Crude i The weather w very rough a severe Ion siding in that city. the *t *t 1"IA.. '
the .
II tlf t to li, rtrctfty' il fercr *f-tbt JVohibrtory Liquor :I l boldtr t decide the matter fur tlmwhce, and ii.I Brooklyn, Oct. pump, J. E. 1 worth 1.62 J per bbl wind ha been pieve.ilmo. Advivi from BtownaTdla p



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fucmrrir kept br Otpt. Uew- ,
,ht. irr ; ?ra L41 P'-Th.Cine Catlip ?' i'e l l1e maa atY) a i I to tr.pi rri rtrri r visa+'fp by rant tif ffixix, suitable laITI j L7 trade t" the t II'ersign d se take 2rrl't plPaRCr in"unwrma Jinrjr to the (:nnrt by ti. atT.tavtt fiM in a .4e PAIimO vftl rtttrr /r6l.rtf fb. M '
nnati last
1 rrL trc n, 't twottln ft i \aMU.r.} TL itoue is u ,w in ihnrrwurh rrfmir. i iru pre.rntuli nrvii.U ts Gi the faYrwanle inso. that th. I>t.wjju i ito i itot b.Ton i tb.arAtr i 1 .'w, P? a.I. h4sr.Iss et.Xek. 0.4 I+br t'r.' tb t

.IUr.rltrwntaeeriur txrrtila5tf and vtil l : conaixizn7 part notice tno patrnn! re c f the cnbixf aii-> ndar law ,oral t+t.tl7tia 1'
P s *,> tuau&fed aa to tr ci.ote the camion 01' ,I'intai + cf of FIs matuldl, it Ap.ta.hin.4skt t t'.wt'
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,'M : I of Nebraska free A Good Riddance- The Plague in london. -ArriTtl ----i--------- -4.1- !
Vesta. though in the cases and Kansas the

gI1! riian { ziirut.! I This is the name The of the vessel whose fearful I States might obtain the advantage yet in Territories .When in the wt look last upon the, and column sec how led by William true If we a to credit a letter to be found i: Th French" Baltic"and nro o t M c1 I
Bigler canvass many English Vletoritt
I further South the advantage would on the other the Home Journal, says the Macon Telegraph, Al Jo.n
_. I collision with the Arctic caused so many b men have stood firm in the tempest of fanaticism, we We received
I side. Don't misunderstand us. We arc no advocates far than if the of London has been yelterdYlra roui.
feel proudly of our noble rmrty-prouder city again subjected graphic N t J
I TALLAHASSEE : live t b lost. She was, remarks the Cou- i defenders of Territorial action. We do Dot the flag of bail floated over its lunibia. fron L
o They are !
r$4 diborable1coy to the fearful of the Plague. The '
i ravages ttt COUt.
I .w. and Enquirer .a French iron propeller, lee that Congress can bestow on its creature the ranks. But we fltl n.th.er reanon: We The Africa bas Oc 2ht. .
Saturday, October 28, 1854. r built in 1853 at Nantes, was 240 tons burthen right to exercise a power which it cannot exercise itself have been relieved from the JJltlentlalaf1Inhon.ra Home Journal avouches the respectability telligence that tbe advices brought by( .it'BSI"I 0
p few reckless,dilhonct aud corrupt men, \hI aspire and of its correspondent. The let totally false. Europe is astounded te "* '
that the veracity at
I Nor do we believe baa been givenin
-.:- and furnished with an engine of sixty power to be leaders in party, and who haveat hoaxed by tb of t
Notice2T horse She was equipped at Granville the Nebraska Bill ; but we cannot c the justice last shown the public the treachery they have long ter certainly has all the appearance of truth. successfully English over the.repr. u] J_ .

4; : The arrangement made with Mr. WU.I.IJUM 1 I power. iu charging conservative men of the Noitb"with talking cherished in secret. allude now. to such men I The writer says that the plague has been The latest reliable accounts State that sh
I France for the fisheries of Newfound Reah Fnuer of Lancaster and David Wilmot, of Brad
fair and foul" btcautt claim for been regularly 1 that tbterrupUd h51
; "J
practicing >lieed.
makes it that the old business of tb. office they fgLtia
necessary ford-the the avowed and of the turned by the spade. In a
pledged ally
11 one up cutting but lead
land. She went to St Pierre v ith n load of while sew. tt tere I
the Territories right, at the same titt they beR D ,
be closed up to the let of October. 'We Lave large Know-Nothings the other the volunteer fnend and street the woikmcii are "It d
through Argyle ,
amount. due cs, the bard earnings of rebra, and .. Bit and Was returning to France with one I stand by the Constitution and defend it's previsions advocate of Pollock, the Whig candidate for Governor. or MARKETS.-The cotton rnsrcsi J .' ,'
hundred and consist I from the combined assaults abolitionists and We thank them for their candor; they have at said to have disinterred the bones of the old were unJlange-sll.f tl ." ,- .
row t earnestly bupe that those to whom bills are sent forty-seven Wbig.TLe prices
J-a passengers have been last relieved the democracy of a b u eI No longer victims of the and from these the bales Flour one to two f
they ,
will respond promptly. Acooontt wilt be made out ing of fishermen and sailers, besides twenty &ntint says can they be quoted against a party they have be tray- Corn market cosier. Consols Q7f.

for full years, and when the money i i. received the others, who formed her crew. Tho Vesta Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana,!" .And why Wasit ed as the advocates of the men and measures of our contagion has spread throughout the city.- Referring t the foregoing .ttement. a
: proper entries will be made in tie books of tbe oewconcern. not because they assisted to preserve the honor of common political enemies. Like Van Buren, the Whoever came in contact with these bones Savannah now in New York, writes.t0hIo,1. c
Bills will be .ent through tbo and was going at the rate of ten knots when she the South and do herjustice' in the Nebraska matter, Rives, like Penrose, like Burden, like Diekev, they .The Home Journal's account oftli pl' .
; paper carried have at last been forced to admit that they nave taken suddenly sickened and died, and the writer London, should published. A friend
struck tho Her bows
Arctic. were and because would not consent to L
j4 be forwarded at risk.CHARLES they trample upon jl
tbo money may our the bounty of the Whigs ; Rnd..lik them, they that at Poland street Argyle London, informed me tlmt he saw black r
E. DYKE away, but her hold being divided into compartments her rights as guaranteed in the Constitution and provided can no longer refuse t put on livery of the foes reports present in Regent street and others adjoining n

of plated iron, the water which for in the :Fugitive Slave law f I pot this the I of the Democratic party. street, and Regent street, are shut up and stationed to warn passengers from ,a pl

W The 4| FLOKJUA WHIG" comes to us this morning; rushed into the forward part of the ship was reason why they have been "repudiated in Pennsylvania I Thus speaks the Pennsylranian, after the pronounced impassable. The terror is extreme the have disease been the been case.cholera" this I imagine "ou P

j just ns wo were going to press, dressed in the sable arrested in its progress. After relieving the Ohio; and Indiana." Let the Snitinel deny i defeat of its party in tho recent election.- and the citizens are leaving London in -

: lines of mourning. Its Editor,TnO IAS D. ALEXANDER if it can. Let that sheet meet the cnestion boldly and numbers and in direction. SECOND DESPATCH.
The sentiments it utters will meet a hearty great every
t.s. centre and stern of all that could be thrown 1 '
its readers the truth, the nhJu truth "mlnoth-
'4 r? lis no more. lIe died at Marianna, give Further from
r. oa Saturday evening, tbe 14th icsttnt, in the 3lstvear overboard, Capt. D cc1I1scE, the commander, ing but I the truth. Kit can show hat the Noithern response from the bosom of every true Democrat The Boston Courier, the old organ of The latest Sebaltopol-Reav Faue t

.. of his age, Pulmonary: Consumption.The i caused a sheet to be passed over the bows.- i Democrats, in the late elections, ftught the battle on from Maine to California. The Democratic Webster, gives the names of seven the fighting, was driven by the (encbiQt 1 walW

'* WHIG*' contains a very appropriate and well' He then directed his course to St Johns. I the ground of hostility to the South, as did the Northern party has been sifted-purged, would Know candidates c eLnltpl which waa theienpon regnlarlv! inmtJ'
the deceased Whigs, then we will join it i it denouncing them ; Nothing for Congress in land. Amala.witin its fortifications
of which
% written obituary notice v e.btvII.IC Le a more expressive word. The false-heart
t which was reached the 30th of bad been Its
; September. II'f make this showing it will excuse ue Massachusetts, and that they all bura. garrison joined Meocbieoff
should bo happy to transfer into the columns of the hut if it cannot says are
ed traitors who have The the .
The Vesta bears on her terrible marks of the < clung to its skirts haveat ales carritd second line of tie
Sentinel, but it comes too late for to-day's issue. Mr. if we continue to claim for them "tuperior |>trotkmad rancorous, ultra and unmitigated Abolition ces of and have thus obtained UM deC

:.ji.! $P.*; ALEXANDER, established tho" Fx/jRinA WHIG"in collision, among which are the bent sides of integrity." last been swept off by the current, and the its) I any one of them," continues the mnnd Stbastopl al to that. place. C
motley crew of whigs free soilers and abolitionists Allen < An.ler"l.! heavy grain dealers
iron hare
:' '47, and its editorial department conducted compartments in which she still carries I fiulmf
Courier has
at time within .
for million
Ohio. any half a dozen a and a half of
with vigor and ability. He was an excellent classical ] pieces of wood from the Arctic. Tho Yctl who have Il'cI the cause of it, are dolL.
The editor of central whig has years been connected, politically with
.o Bchollar, anti of the purest taste. The Florida lost thIrteen of her men in the collision. tH organ entitled to the thanks of every fiieud of sound any, TiE REMAINS OF SIR JOHN TRASLDT

prl'tl. in the death of our much esteemed cotemporarycfthe" Many of the fishermen also lost lost his "sympathy" for the Democracy, of principles, North and South. We hope (the other party than an anti-slavery party, we FOUND.

; ; k1 Wins," has lost one of Its brightest ornaments. which passengers had board the .North ; but we beg him to read the subjoined dt.is not far distant when all the Van 15urens should like to know it The Free Soil party N r Yolk, Oct 20.

., His leaders were generally written with marked :11 ther property they on article from the Ohio Statesman, written and has sent out to the voters of Massachusetts : Despatches to 'Sir George Simpson, Governor o!
and in exce-llfnt taste. Stntintl.( consisting of barrels of oil and fish, which Wilmots of the North, with the : Hudson Bay Terrtr. received at given an
ability, always previous to the election in that State, before its own candidates for in the MOtrea.
were thrown overboard to lighten the vessel. Bentons arid lloustons of the South, will be account of riscvery of the rmain. Sir John
he t finally surrenders them up to the tender guise of Know Nothings, and with only the Franklin's company. They starved to death the
lion. A. E. MAXWELL reached this city on The report that the Vcsla saved thirty-one of j known only as the tail Seward and G Ireeley. ,. spring of 1850, near Fox, River. i
mercies of orthl'r Whig Abolitionists.! fri covering in which new converts to
1 anvfaith
V Monday last, from the '"est'ia Alabama. the passengers of the Arctic is incorrect. .
shows on vvhat ground the late battle was are apt to clothe themselves to conceal Later from
; Mr. M. has entirely recovered health. We Captain DTCIIUSNE never saw the Arctic or I EuropeYORK. -
I. fought in Ohio. Would the editor ask for DADE COUXTY.corespondent of their former character from (the world." S EW Oct. 20.-The steamship Africa ha*' ar*
understand that he will leave for Washington of her after the collision took :
j4 ived at her wharf in flora
passengers nobler sentiments than are hero expressed \ the Chaih-fcton Couriir from This confirms what we have said former Jersey City, Liverpool,
Key on -
( t in a few days to rejoin his family, and i Place.1 I writing \Li.h port she left on the 7th inst.
1h Can he find it in his heart to censure Southern West, October 12, says it is supposed that occasions relative to this new organization The steamship St Louis baa arrived at Sonthamp-
the labors of the
; preparatory to coming ses-
from New York.
1.r_ fcion. Northern Democracy and the Slavery ; Democrats for clinging hopefully to the vote in Dade for Senator, &c., will not -this new offspring of religious intolerance ton(Ur.NtaAL bnLUGI .-The news by tbi arrival

:% *.t4. -_ _ _ _ > Oltll'r Democrats who pen such lines as be counted for want of County officers to I and fanatical bigotry. I is purposely desig- i. of a most extraordinary character and bal created

tjt The Florida .ciitiiil, in the Northern these I ed in a great sensation throughout Europe, it being more
Vote on the Capitol Question. attacking canvass it. For Assemblyman, in that County the free States as an adjunct than that has not been n
nor lS Sebiutopal taken
..-. -, I Since our last, the returns from Walton Demociacy, ia taking it* cue from the National Inttligenctr -' WnoIRE SECTKIXAU ?-TIt Fusion j'-urnnlis'ts: the election resulted in a tie, and as they abolitionists, and as such i is faithfully fulfillingits was it in flames. That the destruction of tbe Ros!nor iaa
and Louis'ie Journal. Both of those papeie I.nnwur their pens to th< sumps, and the FUNOUorntors : fleet is a fiction,-the destruction of Fort
and Holmes, on the Removal question, have i I have their ha\v neither} a Sheriff: Coroner, nor Judge of U sion. The Courier says further"A Constaotita
i are determined I, "fink or swim, live or die, to worn stumps t t" the ground iu vo- fI1 lenchikofl surrender a pure
.'. ?. como to hand. Walton gives 270 against I ling on to the rotten remains of the Noithern Whig cif runs ni|>peal to the fiecnieu of the North, lot to Probate, to give a casting vote, it is nut likely glance at their nominations, so far as they lastly despatch a f'Jrger invenuQD-a
degrade to (the level of the i'c' The Allies
i. had
thcm.ch'es ser> formally
.4,t Removal, Holmes 237 against and 3 for Re- 'arty, and as an excuse f.r their treason to the South, of the South, by any spirit of crinoscn tl population the that the County will be represented in the are reported to have been made, will showat fighting was going on without SebtoJl and

.4 moval. These figures added to those given hey undertake to show, by garbled cstiacM from Confederacy south of Mason 1 and Dixon's Ii:. J.Jr'l next Legislature.. I they had either of once to any one, who has a mind to direct MeiichikofT occupies the field outside tie Trills of

4 2 Democratic papers and the ]like, I that the urthr alism and oratory-the most potent armament these liis towards them that Abolitionism AndALolitioni Sebastcpol wit 20,1 lOO men
.. last week, show the following state of the Demoeratic 1'arty id no nu-re reliable Iliac the free people! -have been invoking the rjiiiit .-f (r ller' officers, it would make no difference, eyes The Lad burned the fortifications

vole : Faity i ml hate, and 'awing between t\1 parts c.f the samebeloved as our laws do not provide for .castingvotes" m alone, has had the control of all of Anapa,and marched to the scene of
with which affiliate acto
"No Removal 4939 they and with whose fortunes I country those gcrgraphical. lines in jw,:'Ilics! in cases of tie. The contest in such the nominating power of this sham Native The struggle recommenced on the 2 and
0' But with all
hey are their in-jonuity,with \Washington foresaw 'uculgogucs"IUU attempt continued w hen the ccuricr left ou the 27th at .
.' t. "Removal," 4323 all!l their desire to place the two parties: at the Nui 1 th to draw. cases: must be tried over again. American organization, and also that the Abolitioni which date the Allies were within ten miles\hmo.\

,; jq he 01 Such lines (Ir tlcnluktinl betoken 1 divided] ppirit ts whom it is to foist into topol.
same footing, they utterly fail to make out their *> attempted
4 of patriotism, if is entitled to diRt honorable : Maj. Russell, Democrat, has been The Allies occupy Balaklnva.are in communicationwith
r '. Majority thus far, GIG case TLe difference between them is at great a!between deMgnation. Slc': demarkittiou U-tokriis the de. f public consequence under the protecting ffgis the fleet, aud command the approaches to Sebas

i.S/: Orange and St. Lucie to hear from which light and t1tt kltF! The mere announcementof cay of pound, ( If our {Uil'll-i1IJit.* a treasonable elected to the House from St. Lucie county. !lof Know Nothingism, are as in topol.It .

..: .. reduce this majority 75 or 80 votes the position e If the Noithcru WLigs ia sufficient In doubt of our permanency ..*. an-1 kin contemptible i is doubtfully rumored that the second line of de
g may this 'Ill an nlt.'iek on the national compncthich Don Juan Antonio Cnstanedo, the talent and! in political standing, as they are fence of the Russians had been carried.
.11 beyond declare person
b leaving more than 000 majority against Removal prove (1.il They ht TI.irOpposition I ought to be out aud indivisible i us the Union it cements. lUhonest with regard to the platform which The latest despatches say that the Bosnians were
g who
to the of the arrested the unfortunate
repeal Lopez, was assassinated -
and in favor of Mi/lur Compromise completely slut up in Sebastopol and confirm the rumor -
; consequently
'-: makingS uot, as, as the Stntincl would have its I eaduls belie,e'"becauseit The FL1-ilii"tS! in Ohio are in the l.aLt f>If closing at a coffee house in Havana on they have so eagerly pressed forward to oc- mentioned above, that their second line of defencehad
Tallahassee the permanent Beat of Government their after the M '- been carried. .
( a cotnprwniit''. but because that mallfrof / > Carthage '
.r. repeal nll'nlA the 12th inst. The event produced cupy.
profound The Allied and fleets
S cf tho State. Considering the small takes the slave question out of ; destroyed "The South-the South Army completely invested
Congress!, which must l>e destroyed] I I" That i i- the alpha and omego sensation in the city. The New Orleans Seba&topol, and Menclnkoff bad been driven within its
P' amount of ink expended by the press of the body! they unanimously insist, has the constitutional of their preaching. forget that Ohio, and indeed i Delta from whose columns this Repudiated. walls witl the wreck of his army.It .
item of r
Middle and West, in directing public attention right and power t enact the Wilmot Pro\i.I and thus the whole Northwest, ire the children of that I The Petersburg (Va.) Intelligencer, thus is rumored that Austria will consider tie Czar'
4' : exclude Slavery from all tuctcrritoiics declare old "mother of States" Virginia. the land of Wa..hiugton news is taken, remarks prolonged refusal of the four conditions of the YitBua
the of New York
; they
repudiates Wliigs :
tt to the question the result is somewhat
V Their J 31-idison and l )Monroe 1 Yin Conference as a cams lelli.
2dly, intention to restore the tt'rfCn Hhl Castanedo the tool. It better
Missouri rettric. was were "As for thi New York Whig ticke-t. we regard it Messrs.! Allen and Anderson tbe
: t surprising. Had the real merits of the mat. giuia and that; bind IH to her be away largest Amoricaa
!'.. .I tion ; idly, Their uncompromising hostility te tled by the reckless crew ,ho woul slcrif.c to prejudice had he been the principal and chief; but the a merely ttitiunal in its character, ami therefore ut- G;rain dealers have failed. The extent of their liabilities

ter been presented and enforced as they mission of any more Slave States, end 4thly. Their all mock phifcnthrophy] l holiest of work orce commenced, may not be finished t.rly unworthy of siiect-ss. We repudiate for ourself ia 2U0.060: sterling.

4ft .,1i.. might have been, the majority would have intention to repeal the Fugitive Slave Law, <>Ir so to our history and the best afElintiotia of our hearts until the soul of Concha shall follow that of soil l our people, all connection nnd sympathy with it
"p 0 They forget that in our late lieu the Indians It i is Seward through and through, and that is enoughfor
been twice As it 5B the I modify its piovUions as render the Law itself war Castanedo, or the tyrant says himself and : per Africa.
as large. vote must t entirely -
and If Clark and are elected, it will be
the British menaced
WOfthlpM Vr J- ......... our. border, threatened -r rii>." L *>:0iti'.j..:...--4 :.. d..Jvwt.ltol 11. Raymond KBIT Yonc October 21.-It Was rumored that
__ _. *
% .. __ .J ** Otv"l.r. w < 'V- & M- .M..-IM <.I c .. MIII Kiwi w ml IUQ tOiChi, a ADontion tnumpn. ana believing this, we cannot
: verdict of the the ground e>ccupi.d by the Whigs of the North on whence came our aid.Vis it from New Eu, land r the miserable Spaniard, but in the act, well b suspected of entertaining great horror at the I General Ludera with forty battalions and tile garrWaof
people against the policy of this question. Wi the Scntintldispute the fact! We New York I Pennsylvania ("(I' Or, was it the which shows the existence of the right feeling idea, or prospect of its dffcat. We can assure the ., Odessa had entered the Crimea to relieve SebutopoL '1.

Removal in all its aspects, and as such it presume not-the evidence is too biave Kentucky hunter, with their true Kentuckyrifles in Cuba-the feeling which will arm eachson Courier that the Southern Whigs 'ilcer unite with
overwhelming.Theact who the! and such Northern Whigs those who at the Constantinople illuminated in Lurat/r tf the little
cr"sel hordtr joining our as figured Sjracuae
ought, and no doubt will be cheerfully acquiesced is indisputable that the Noithern courage of the island with a \0 Ipon that shall of Alma.
... Whig par ous an i !hardy pioneer,.me the enemy before they. Cooveutiou. As they have chosen to range
.. in the other sections. ty u abolitiomtrd- could fell ele be as true in its aim as that which found tho themselves
by thoroughly and hopdcsuly. On bring "truetln upon an infant State I IWe under the banner of sectionalism, let them
-r: the other hand, who so hardy as to allege this with are not of those who wi.h to sanctify past brain of Castanedo. abide the coiuevjuencfs. We Sluth'r Whigs wil ARRIVAL OF THE WASHINGTON.

: News by the Africa. respect the Northern Democracy f We wrong, present injury or meditated! outrage upon thjNorth calmly observe the course of events, and be regulateiacconliuKiy.
,. t grant that l to the of Li, tor I is no division sentiment Four Days Later from
.a. Iy appeals page : v. We are A iVu/for the lt"now-Not/ijn's.-The 1'hert amongst Intelligence Europe.
report -
4 The intelligence brought by the last steamer abstractly they are opposed to Slavery in the same at a l 1""!to hnd out in the past present or meditated U1 on this point-and it would be 'el for the Seward -

contradicts the BaHic's: account of the defeat sense that Jefferson was opposed to it, and we add j Cn.Jur nf our brothers of the SJlh. or at least those that the know-nothings have all determined press to make a special note of tlil. NEW TOM. Oct. 25th.
.I I 4t of the Russians and the further, that they are not in femur of extending it,and wll"sentiment gives tone to : society, any to leave America because it was first The steamship Washington from Southampton,
capture of Se- I when thii is said, all that eau be palliation tlr excuse for the extreme, constant, fallaciou Where Am 11 I arrived at 1 1 o'clock last night with English dates up
bastopol. It seems that a stupendous and 1 has been, charged against them and clamorous denunciations of the sectional Fusion discovered by a foreigner, (says a democratic I to Oct. 11 tb.MAkKETS.
admitted. But they hold their personal feeling 1-1 againrt the South.) ,) turns out to be incorrect. The New York Express, in view of theI .

"- successful hoar, relative to that matter, has subordinate] to the Coiihlitutiun, nod hence in none j "Doughfaces" are we ? If to l he l.\.J of the Union -' cotemporary have however confusion of parties in New York, and the union Cotton at Liverpool was in moderate demand,market

1 been practiced on the greedy and credulous of their State C"un'ntloul have they placed themselveson and not selfish pnitJalist", with n! narrowas They repudiated and spit upon unchanged. Sales since the Africa left 1 { \
of the
4 public. The author of it must be dar such grounds as have the Northern the edge of a sixpence Ix el'iughfaf-n) : we plead that clause of the Declaration of Independence Whig!, Free Soilers and all the 4.000 to speculators aud exporters. HolJ I1ghtad'.
some Whigs. They guilty to the charge. We glory in it, if it Circular sales
means to isms under the same banner, thus expresses says Tuesday's amounted to 5,000 bales
; $ ing wag, who has little respect for the crown- regard the South as entitled to equal ritLt with the tind by the compromises e>f the Constitution, and which gives as one reason why the the market closed dull.

-r4 od heads of The North in the common territories, nnlllJ Dce they stand against the unhallowed alliance w hich hits the small colonies separated from England that the itself:- Flour was unchanged. Canal 33, and Ohio 35..
? _a Europe. Africa reports opposed t tbe restoration of the Missouri Restriction soul of Abob'tionirfm fur iU presiding] gtniu?, and such of Britain I is rather hard for old politicians suchas Cora bad declined a shilling' holders pressing on the

hard fighting, but no decisive results. The t the enactment of the Wilniot Pi oviso, to the incendiaries as tie (the Greeleys, Giddings and Gallo King had obstructed our naturalization we are, educated in the old Clay and market; white and yellow 39s, mixed 87s.
nouatLnisbion -
Russian outposts had been driven in and their of States vhoee Constitutions recognize ways for its fnglfnHn.COlTRnI.Our. laws" and had tried to prevent foreigners Webster school of politics, now that these MONET MATTERS.

.tc.: 4 lines carried, and that the siege of the city slavery, and to the excicife of Congressional juri dic. North Carolina exchanges again from emigrating to this country.The .- revered old fogies" are in their graveyards, '.-.J The 0.ao.money market: kJ in L.England_ .,_was*}, tighter.,__ Ed-

,; 1.UJ UWWM tgulaily ujHfiivti, With tne allies In lion ('
4t. ; '. command of all the the all, they recognize the constitutional requirement relative bill, of the denominations respectively (.f ?4., $10 clause of tho Declaration of we belong to Saratoga, Syracuse or Auburn, RUSSIANAmong MINISTER.
( I. approaches to place. .the of and $5O, on the Bank of Cnj Fear, o/i'I the Bank of Indtpndencl it is rather hard to tell, reading all these pro
,_, ( ., This seems to be the substance of the new t surrender r }'ugth-e Slaves, a they have tin* State, are in ciiciilatiuii., The-se coitntti felts ares it is said, because, they have :' the passengers by tb. Washington u Ba
p. thown in ceedings. Gitvill Ruseiaii Min tlter
14. repeated their rou to the United State.
was votes that .
I <) Well executed as almost to -fy c'etrction, aregenerally fifteen of the immortal of that declaration -
feigners I 1"
I Giles
paused the present law and that made "Am or am WAR NEWS.
The recently fuve.} it { payable at al."ltIJ, Fuyttteville,
Pennsylvania Elections.
,;. ..: among the statutes of the Go\eruincut. We that Wilmington and Windsor.As were fureiancrs We furnish for them Official aecounta from tbe battle Alma show the

There are some very curious results shown we have here show the true position of the a\'e the bills of this Bank circulate through the additional; fact that the last survivor of The yellow fever i is prevailing at Montgomery English loss in tbe engagement t> have been 2,000-

I.. by the returns from the Pennsylvania electiori Democracy, DUI the real difference between lLf r"rtLer and it would IHJ '\l to keep a sharp look out"1IrJI.for the : that noble band was not only a foreigner, buta Alabama. Two of the city papers that their of plans tbe French of operations.1,400. The They allies ad vacced have to changed the attack -

4 Ii. *; j; Not the least remarkable the extreme weakness tho Northern Whigs, and we challenge the Scritiml counterfeits. I Catholic, also have been suspended on account of the violence of Sebastopol from tbe South, their line resting

of the whig} candidates when left to ret.i t point out wherein the showing is faulty. It is true, of the epidemic. on Balaklava. The bombardment commenced on the

?. ; ly alone upon the whig party. The Permsylcanian that paper says-" We never had much faith i iu the Indiana Election.e : Plank Road Meeting at Waukenah- I i 5th of Cctober. The Russians bad sunk seven ships
.e of tbe line at the mouth of the
Lt" Mates tImt- sincerity "fLole Nebrubka Nui tileI d6'ocrat The smoke of the late battle in Indiana I At a meeting of the citizens of Jtflerson Slarcsfor Kansas, lie !-The New Albany I approach of the allied fleet. Marshal harbor.Staman to prevent is dead.the

i',k k Ju.1ge Polloek, by receiving all the Ism and Know admit. They) have so often betrayed the South, arid has bullicicntly cleared: on", to enable the co., h(1 Waukeenah, on Saturday the ([hid.) Daily 1rib'It says some twen The command of tbe garrison devolved on Canrobert.
0hr: 1"tl.ill"utl'R, defeats are so much accustomed to fair. talk nnd foul practice "(lead, wounded and to be passed: through our city After the battle of Alva the Russians in their retreat
Ouvernor IJir1.: r by some iniwir.g" counted. 21st instant, to take into consideration the ty-five negro 13\5, burnt all
SO,00< '...te.. Henry S. Mott the democratic noiiji- that they ought to b! fcubjected to long and severe List in charge of slaveholdersfrom villages through which they paned.In
Two Nebraska Democrats the on Satureby ,
fur persons of extension of the Plank Road from Newport their flight they left 6,000 wounded behind. One
nee Conmiutbiciiier, lias received te-bts bifore the South confidence (
evidently can in their
for the
J the route of
Q .v the thedemoeiatic Know Nothing vote,vote and for iu that eiffice, counties in ud>hlie>n to superior patriotism and integrity.repose But this i ia. mere \'m. If. English and Smith Miller, have Weaukeenuh ; Gen. Geo. Whitfield was call Kansas." en territory II thousand been captured Ru?!by ian*the escorting allies. MentfcaikcfT munition cf himself war have narrowly .

; jug half the vot t/f the State twenty, the result, i in compris: Mutt, .. c 'crlo7'. Where in the proof on which this "betray- been f'-lcch..I, one alt. lmllka Democrat, ed to the chair, and O. II. ladsden: requested' escaping capture. The allies bad Mixed the

** *, dem 147.226 ; Dame whig 44.813! ; Spicer, Native I' al" it charged and founded! Did they betray" the (Mace,) and tight opposition, made up of to act as Secretary. The ol ject of the meet R..tlati0 of JTr. JIC'lcl of Florida.We .- i acquaduct Eight thousand which of supplied the allied Sebastopol cavalry had with been landed water.
,. ,. (Ameiicau' in about 782 half; giving the Sstate M->tt, and a majority indicating uf ab that,ut Molt luO.00 ,-- ;I South on the ''exa.questLn, the Fugitive Slave Law, Whigs, Fusioni, Know Nothings, Free ing having been explained by the cha man, are highly gratified to the following in the Crimea.
aud I
;\. admi"livl of Florida i I'uuld cither of those The of Menselnkoffwith
Snilcrs and Abolitionists called intelligence confirming our telegraphic carriage bia private ,
will teeeive iiltogtlhcr' near or about :200,000 majority. by IrceU'y the following resolution was offered by It. W. ; papers
iCF1- Tbe Whig, Iin and Know Nothing vote as l1'1)I"d] measures have been consummated bad there been no a' announcement of the re-e-lection of Mr. Maxwell had boen captured. Th. inhabitants of Odessa had
: to the Democratic, possesses therefore about UOOO i ilu8J difference }lielweeii them and the Northern "I.igI?- Republicans I Whit and unanimously: l adopted : to Congress from Florida, and of the pledged thermal vea to burn the city rather than have j it

.t ;: : i' 'rity. Did they tulk f.tir and practice foul" with mpeet to, | Mln1 majority is 058? -EnglMi's C21. The Indiil Resulted, That a Committee be appointed, complete triumph of tho democrats in the I destroyed fall Into the by bands fire. of Loss the two allies.milliona Mernel was nearl
: fd The to the democratic; and Know Nothing vote, us (PPOS- < them? But, fays the Smtinel, they set up a claim: Sentinel (Dem.) makes (he ntw Senate stand 26 whoso duty it shall be to examine a route for State.t: 31 r. Maxwell made :strong EXCITEMENT IN POLAND.An ,
$ \hig jiosseiwes a majority (f about 200,000.' i f'Jr.' the Nebror-ka Bill 1J' l rmuciata> to 23 Whigs, and one Senator to be heard those who became impres-I
;: The vote for ujneme judgehows the btrength ofeach Squatter Sovereignty" the Road, and collect information us to the ion upon outbreak was greatly feared at Alausaw. Tile>
1'' of these parties as each bad its candidate iu tLc therefore they hate deceived and cheated the South, flm. House, 41 I)<-m field. The return from cue-half the (State, show that IT/ifH did they set up] this claim f WHS it not while membeis to be heard fiom. A U.S. Senator is to be fame per member, and richly merited the endorsement forced marches.

tlC Democratic candidate, Black, received 88.831 ; the bill was pending in Congress I Wa lot the &Vn- elected iu pluce of f'cill DI'mOQ'IIt together with all such information as which his cohfetituents have given him. --

Whig II' Know candidate Nothing, Smyeer., candidate 157,115., Buird, &:,403, and the tint advertised of, tlat.caim" when it sUPJIJrtft Ohio may be necessary to enable those who may Wash. Union, Oct. 18th. Still Later-Arrival of the Wiqara

the measure, and complimeLtcd Case and Douglas Electo. become Stockholders in the said Road, to act LIVERPOOL DATES TO OCTOBER 14.
Vr The N. Y. Tribune of the 17th, makes the Seward
forgoing for it't How puerile arv nil these] objections! The organ !Cl York says that understandingly! on the subject, and report the Hox. A. E M.ELL-Ti gentleman, who reocently New Yoir, Oct. 26.

Congressional delegation from Pennsylvania The question is not as to whether the peop'e eif the the Congressional de-legation elect from Ohio, achi \el so sllendid 1 triumph in the ulorilaCtnigrvsioIutl The Niagara bas just arrived with three days' later
: .# stand 4 Nebraska Democrats three same at an anjotirncd meeting at this place, Election. passed through this city on his news than that the
:1fr of whom brought by Washington.
Territories shall or shall not exercise the Le of "Ilepubficaiis of whom
over visit his
to who residesin
; power wi lollotd hereafter to be appointed. war home from a flying fater. Sales of Cotton for tbe week 60,000 bales. Market
voted for the bill, and have been re-elected ; mal
5 Anti-Nebraska Democrats ; 15 Anti-Ne- late-whether it has the power t draw a line of distinction ." Ohio!gave 4 votes for Nebraska. Upon that resolution the following gentlemen health aulaliriL and has unabated confidence in the pressing on the market Consols. 9S$to 9frf- Flow
and the ultimate ,
q braeka between the States ol f the South uud the Statesof were appointed on said Committee : l te lrcsident success of advanced Is. Gil. Corn in favor of buyers. '
Whigs and 1 Native. The same paper ho Democracy. congratulate the Democracy hf
the North. The :Northern Democrats nrJ the hole Smith Simpkins, '/. S. Murphy, W. II. of souud Mclleury'sliabilities are half million sterhnt
1t down the Legislature follows Might have been Saved- Florida ou the return b and consistent a Uepeseutative -
9t as :
put South gay not, and so declared in the Nebraska Bill Daniel to Congress.-Colunibut Timet, Oct. 24. FROM THE WAR.
R. H.
Ware, Danielllirdjun. -
1'i Senate-10 17 Democrats J. E. M., of Brooklyn, aJ8 the Arctic has been inveated Ad
I'1 Whigs, including The other issue, as to the rights of the people of the Sevaatopol on the Sooth
,ti might have been saved.after the Ladd and O. II. Gad$den. Ea t The guns of the allies were playing it*
1 independent on cither side. House- Territories, is wisely left to the arbitrament of the occurrence NEW YORK, Oct 16. upon
walls Menschikoff the field of the
Use North
W. White oo
motion the of R.
members hitherto known as Whigs, 40 Democrats : Courts. The question is not determined in the bi of the collision, by simply running her stem On name was I The following 1 far as ascertained, up to this time, city awaiting reinforcements.

',: and 10 Anti-Nebraska D mocrat8.- : itself, for that great measure was framed strictly on foremost. 11&bases his assertion on the following added to the Committee.On i is fated the Arctic condition: of the passengers and crew of the ill- Prussia baa expressed her wilingn! s to act wiw.
of Non-intervention motion resolved that (tho proceedings Austria.
$ We the Pennsylvanian is nearer right i the principle ; principle whichthe facts : I was Known to IMS saved of the pouangor :21 ; cON DEATH OF GOV. BTJBT.WA .
U5pc Whigs of the North utterly repudiate of this meeting be in tho papera do. 4 crew 70; missing ; crew 96.S .-
when there is a reliable Democratic : 'Supp6etba Water, four f.et below its surface, rushes throughan published ; p"Itngers21 -BcroTtm, Get W.
1 says popular sovereignty" i is claimed for 'ferr- adjutage with a velocity uf 16 feet per second at of Tallahassee, and the New Port <> f.ir as ascertained not a solitary lady on board has I
; from SL Louis thai
majority in both branches. tories That .claim" does lot establish their right live feet, 18 fee; lit six feet, 20 etc.; cowo-! beeu saved, and no children. Their fate. seems t Intelligence states
_ qnently, the when running feet b.v: first Times. have been peculiarly hard. Some were placed on the newly appointed Governor Nabraakft Tenitttp
and if it did open ,
to who
legislate ; even would not died in that the 1 8th.
%* Election of Vermont preertbat at the rate of ten kno an huur-qual t 16 feet per Oa motion it was resolved that this meet- board the life boats, but their fate is unknown ; hope city ou
.. ,. Snatri t Wilmot Proviso*, Missouri Restrictions arid the second-would the velocity of a leak at however, encourge the belief that some of tem -
MOKTWUEB, Oct 14.-Tbfl elected Jab.U CUamcr, various other claims set up for Congress by the free-; of 4 feet; at eleven knots, a depth of 5 fee;a and depth at ing now adjourn to meet again at this placeon may yet be rescued, and those nearly connected MO "TG01IER.T. Oct 21.-Tbe yellow< fever io (liii

:. cf Woodetock: for the, whig long term was today by a mujcnty m mtd both Stt.- soil, abolition Whigs and rotten Democrats of the twelve knots, a depth of 6 feet, etc. On contrary, the third Saturday in November next. tem will ati cling to this hope. city ill very malignant, and then tur* 124 CANt uDder
8enatO' under and others saved with him, are
she been put stern way" at the rate of expected treatment. There were 10 deaths to .,. -T e weather
(* of abut 80; aud the 100 Lawrence Bnunnrd.of! I North t Between Congressional intervention, aud ac La tel klft an hour, her velocity would have been equalto GEO. WHITFIELD, Chair. here t night. is cool,but produces no abaiMMOtia tiw unuatt

F. St. free soiler, te short term, receiving' tion on tbe l'ar of the J people of the incipient Statesno velocity of the leak at the depth of fOUr feet; O. II. GADSDEN, Sec'y. The steamer Alabama, which lef hero for Savannah of the epidemic.

nearly every whig'aud free Id'ote I Southern man con hesitate to choose. The one is at eleven l knots 5 feet; nnd at twelve knol 6 feet, after being out some time experiencing severe -
Governor R meNe WAS delivered received this forenoon with- positive, degrading and insulting l'rohibitiou-the oth- etc. It i clear, therefore, had she beu put under NEW YOUR. Oct. 21.-Cotton is firm. Good Ohio weather, was obliged tv> return with one of her NEW OatBASS. Oct. 21,-Advices from GalTtsioa
.' It ". bief,.and Oovemoradmitshlia-was i .stern way," it would have brought to !kuk under Flour i wurt from $S.50 1 8.87k per bbl. Spirits of bier* leaking bndly. to the 18th int, state that the 1.tnr. tU .
much favor all recognizes the right of slaveholder nonslave'holekrto of her weather and a severe storm of .
b JrAH e Ole control Turpentine dull at CO ( per gallon. Crude u 'very rough aiding in that citv. lL .
#Mlf- to.. Ii J g1 1 t .'lfct frcbibrtory Liqoor I decide ths matter fur tUmsehce, and al0 Oct. 1 pump.Brokyn t. J. E. 1 ,worth ..6:J i>ct bbl Cut wind has been plCta;. Advice from BwwnaTilld oonBrm the ,p t.of ua.


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(; of t tbe o.o1utiMliat.Bravo river.t bo .bad been driven .Florida Hotel, HEIR & RUST.Come NEW GROCERY AND James English A 1 Petitioa to Fur clflM Mortgage. Steam Communication with 1 j

Jttyaico IICI" :be JEFFEUEOX Robert J. SmallTO I Spring Term. A. D. 183*. ofOadsden
the cn"l nt the moulh <,f theQ1)1a !(7ICELLO, PROVIONSTORES IEW ORLEANS.
t IlIrIrletI thut and look at our Stock before you purchase wood l'u lJLe". Circuit Court Middle j

It -JJ IiU t'pCII&ige GoTerutucut work was Circuit of }1OI-id J J&mut'l
; tlft'r. undersigned gives notice the pub- elsewhere. We are now receif''lgfrom ]
to prof R f1flcro. A"I .& 1 lie that he has refitted Hotel in MR.S.S. having retired from business W.1Ic1-t-: f i
Monticello. formerly I New- Airtr York a General Assort. city and disposed of his entire stock in 'yDeCtb \

mis V<''W '' W 8't"Th Confi-ronee man. and will te kept Cfpt suitable trade to the undersigned, we take {greAt pleasure inpresentm Court bv the afKilavh filed in PAMPERO will th
1s In session at Cincinnati lat prepared to receive VUlto by 13th ment of Goods, to your ouretlrw IT appearing to the THE StumWp> rfgnTarly .<
'hoih church ;
V !jt of NovemWr.. The howe is now in thorough repair. ; a. randHlntea r.or the favorable cause that the Defendant resides beyond the n'n; e swis tMftWMB 8l.lfarb Mid New Orleans -
'' 'il' .,nteil ree01uti! rocommending the repeal of and 'will be scants, consisting in part notice and patmrmge tbe public generally, as Yendors MIDi; ,
cerk 6 managed u to promote the comfort of of limits of the State of Florid ; roootbfy,touching at Apalaebicola and P osacola -
.' the re-euHctnieut of the JJis- CHOICE
fUlZ'it.iff': Slave La ,., guet and boarder Attacned ore stble. of following articles FAMILY! AND OTHER It i ill ordered that the Defendant and all persons interested ; tvuviug St. Marks .o her first trip about the 1
If that b laves' GROCERIES
aDd 6"0118 lding go nt the '
wbeie Old SlHitd of 10th instant.
ro. under take
attention is paid to ) *. Tl'n and claiming by, throngh. him
t or fur' their own convenience In any way, mot'r e\tr us at any other Hotel in the country. A -ris : to-wit-NI r. Kn1al..cnn..iatlngJu.part of the (following, notice of the filing of the Petition in the above stated The Pampero is a regular In Sttamtr.with splendid '
'in' the of the}
bondage :
fl r boSdi inlrtition be of iwi tyrputnating vJ into the Metliodist church, of custom i is recpectfully! solicited. PRY GOODS DRY GOODS ; FLOUR. Bi,on SHrs.! Hams and Shoulders Mess can'e for the purpose of foreclosing the mortcaije.filed state-room accommodation for passengers; aLto
si',. Dot C. BLESS. Pork Picklel IWf with said ;pet litii>n at the next Spring Term of Gadsden ample pace for rre cht..
to c1fltiu1etIIerehL 100 peiccs Georgia Ker-jmany: other article tooseyt Lard Sugar Cnre J 1I.m! j jYaaa in can The Steamer JA&PERrvill in eonnectiou with
ul'red Monlieello.] October 2 R. 1R5X. IT 43 Java and Iii. Circuit Court, Middle! Florida, upon the following1 described ran
J or and Plains '.numerous to mention. Clarified and .' Coffee Powered.; ( '.". Loaf real property to wit : o..v..n thousand and the Pnmpero from St. Marks to Key West, touchingat
Tribute of Respect Notice. 600 Neero Blai.keti :j : n Sugars. Black "u.t Oren Teas thirty-seven the S. W. quarter of the N. E. quarter of Cedar Xe',. and Tamp. For further particular <
of all
E Dn'11 No. 26, SONS or TEXTMAXCE.l' per,>ns liming demands] against tho Estate 24 pr Bed do I FANG GOODS.Blcach'd tine Pepper Candles, Spices Soups. CaUuf, 'rm.Star all kind and Adaman sect-on thirty one ; :'> seven thousand and thirty eight inquire of D. LADD. Newport.Fla.

C,TUcV.L J meeting of this Division the following ALL WilliHm Jenkins, dC'J.latc of bon Coun- and k Brown Shirt-!\iLadlt'8, Dress Goods Worcester Sauce, Capers ]Pickled Oysters. Pepper and being the S. E. quarter of the N. E. quarter ; No.seven October, 1854. 40
ings Shee.tinga. Sardines
At I them \ : thousand, seven hundred and eighty nine being tbeI
ty. are to present to the Administratorwithin Mmtard Soda. Preserves of'all
; .lIl'lutiCioI trere pa &ed unanimously.ujithss thl notif..d" required I1aw, or this notice will 40 pieces Plain and Plaid,consist ing in part or-J"laune'lls Fre"h and Qo hen Butter Cheese, kinds.Starch Chocolate" I E. half of the S. W. quarter. and No.. nine thousand DryGoods.TUST .

pleaoed tie), all-wise and omnipotent he plead in bar: and will please make Limeys, 5 Watered and Rice, and in fact anthing and Vinegar, nine hundred and fifty three being the N. E. quarterof received. Blanket Kerrey, Omaburgs.tl .
Oro. everything
,. raP J the Universe to remove from our midst payment irutnediately.J of all quaiitiesiPlaid.: De KLine Silks kept in the eating lint. usually the S. E. quarter; No. nine thousand eight hundred Tickings. Kentucky Jeans. Tweed, Flannels.Linseys ,

Creator, .our much beloved Broth and Wo,lilY I JOSHUA J \V.:S AUNDERS. Admini tratr. jean French CIlIiCOt.'I1l&ck i. Englieb and Amer-:: do' do do* -ALSO and thirty-five, being the F hialfof the N.W.quarter. English Long Cloth, New York Mills
: October 1654. 8w and all included in section thirty-one. Township three, :Long Cloth. Brown and Bleached
28. Port Ma leira Claret Drillings.
t I r.tri.rcb.1rm J'umuT \vho) died the 4th :In t Brown. Bleached and Col-c'al; Poplins, Wines Whiskey, Tobacco. I Range (one North and West-.also No ten thousand Gum Merino .
of" Suspenders Shirts
!Printed Delaines. Bugging. ROJKTwit* Segars, d.c. all which
.lIa lS..e desire to pay the last sad tribute of res- LOST (II mislaid, a note dated January the second red 0 Hose 4: half hose.PhhVul;! &'l! Persian oftr for s,le either wholesale or retail on as reasnitab1 we- 1 and of section forty-seven being the S E. quarterjof S.E.quarter Merino Drawer, Merino i Hose Cotton i Hose.

.OjeTienJory of our departed Brother, the Utt calls for fifty dollars beating eight : Delaines .,term for Uashor city acceptanceta other thirty.Township three Range, one.N. t W.; -ALSO---
Furniture and checke any A1, the
\ S. lialfof
S. W.
.z fb/lt In the t'llth c If our Brother this Di" rwr ct'ut interest from date, signed by F. P. Mierald J..mestie plaitla apron and atripes,:l'laUU, I'llild and Colored bo'i e in the city. nine, and the West half of quarter N.W. of section twenty Printed and plain all Wool De Lainea
I of Cloth de
Thibbet Lame
marie Particular and quarter see.thirty Barege Calico,
to J.
P. attention
Cassinieres will all times
nth humble tubmiseion to the will payable MILLER 10 -'aDCy Tweed, : prompt at be two. all in
bow three
Towiiohip of
.cld the Range one, N. J W.containing Gingham, Printed Flannels. Black Silk. Ac. tc.
T I' October 28, 115. 43. HJ" K\. Jcan,,:ClIl'es, Collarstimi IIdkfllII'k paid to executing of order for Family supplies.We in all four hundred and
; 0.,, Pitriaich who 1 presides over the Celestial IUJd have jieifecledaByntem of business eighty acres more or For sale by O. & J. 3IEOINNISS.
Cassimere'lllaek W bile Silk that will "
and Fan'v IJlJ
less all lying in the of Gadsdcu and
1.Jgc.boft', anJ who LnlJ seen 6t to call from Time Notice. Hack and colored worsted; uu-1 Gloves, enable u: to pui chase tie newest and most desirable FK>ri.Ia. County State of Sept :m. 1854. 8t 39

ID peroitT our woi thy, zealous and faithful Brother E undersigned, administratrix of the estate of Shawls. :;Black. White and Colored goods and IIIHiuuns at the same time to keep up our stock by It i is further ordered that the publication of this notice Embroideries &c.
eon.-t.ant of J\v ,
That Sons of tender T Plaid IldkN. of all prices,:; Kid Gloves, floods by almost every vessel and order be made in some public!;
faoltfd. we al Temperance Joseph A. Ulmer, deceased.of Leon Countv from New York newspaper
and New received from New York
latl'l. Silk Mitts Orleans. ,
PIllow and Liueu]Black and La-
ard relatives of Brother gives notice to all having demands ugain-t case We ask the printed in Middle) Florida once every two weeks fur JUST
the family our departed : Gloves favorofan examination of Stock EmbrUdered Handkerchief
to dies) Buck. our ,
Sheeting. !
at least four months bef > the first of the
bait! estate to them to the ndIIUttrltnx. or <-r< day next .
I ourwiicere anl heartfelt l sympathies iu the hour of to Mr. H. J'. Blocker.present her agent within the time prescribed Plaid and Plain Muslin Edgings and Iu'<:rtiDgs, before purchasing tJ.t'\\ ere. Spring term of said Court A. D. 185 Puft Collan, .
their deep affliction, and invoke upon them Heaven's by law, or this notice ,'i l>c plead in bar ; all qualities, together witb'MaulillaE, Lt% Ac -P. BRACEWELL i CO. J. WAYLES BAKER Judge.A Cambric and Swiss Sleeve Flouncing, ,

'richest- oiieohtiOfl..i'ao1ied. and all those indebted are requested t make -payment The subscriber takes great pleasure in availing huim- true Copy-Attest : It. C. LESTER, Clerk. Dotted Veils, Black Crape Collar.

That the members of this Division will immediately. Boots and Shot's.fill self of this "CCIi I"", tw return his most grateful thank October 14, 1854. 2m 4m 41 {Black English Crape Stamped Band for

wear tie usual badge of mourning for thirty days, and MARY ULMER Adminitratr. /T EX'S, U)!,awl Youth' RIIIItett Brogans. to his fnVnds and the public generally for the very Embroiderm *
By 1. Bh.ler, Agent ". Kip and Calf liberal patronage with which he has been favored I Hides Wanted. fFrench Embroidering Cotton Patent Linen,
draw lewons of lasting instruction: and
itri\e to prayIfet October, 1854. since fir"t l lit embarked into -. -
lIl'l Calf Sew'd nncll'f'g\l Baits ; business in this city and Dry or Salt Hide, also otter and Deer
Icplemr ruler of the Universe to impart more of Kip Ped'd 1 Boots. tight und heavy, I IMI'u's now, in tiring he most cheerfully recommends the 1 a OOO Skins, for which the highest market price I An assortment of Swiss Mull and NainsookMuslins.

bin spirit to cement us more closely in bonds of union|II Rope and Bagging. Women's Kip IVg'd B-M-tei-s I above firm (to \\,1"10 he has disposed of his stuck iti will be paid by D. C. WILSON. .

iud Brotherly' Love, and to prepare us at laj-t for ad. (\ COILS No. 1 Rope. .. I Bur-kins. trade) Messm. J. P. Drnef well anti Co, to his oldfrietils October 141854. 41 Silk and Cotton Illusion, &c. Ac, for sale by

above where death \ 1- VJ Ion( j M India BI ::, 44 Morocco and Calf Biifkin' and Bootee, I j arnl customers, as bein gentlemen in every O. A J. MEGLNNISS.September .
niHion i'Jto that Celestial Lodge ,I 200 Ib Bagging Twin For sale by Ladies Kid Ties, ]Burkina and Gaiters! way worthy of their confidence and sopjxirt. Classical School for Boys. 80. 1 R54. 39

tii j parting and funeral scenes fchall mar our songs n BERRY October, 1851. THE ,
for Oct. 21 1. 1854. 4-2 42
more ever.Iolvcd Shoes. ._ .. resumed on MC HV tine Si'th) October.
-- TEST received from New York Fall
That the R. S.d this Division scud a copy W. sTO EPPES. our ltlrp110f
(; Cabinet Furniture. fj Bonnets Ribbons :. consisting of
rocerie October 7. 1S54.
of theae resolutions the family of our d'ceWot..J Hats and Caps tf 40 English Embroidered and Plain Straw Bonnets
i A. II. Kimbnll. from New ,
Brother and also to the Sentinel! And Flondian .Jour' : PER Barque Bag. Rio and Java C ffee, York 11 New GoodS! New Goods French Lace Bonnet,

Bl, aud icquofrt publication of the same. 25 Boxen No. 1 Soap.. ENTS aud Boj's Fa L'J Moleskin IIat. I t I j T>ETTON A WHITAKER are receuii.tr. per brig I Queen's Braid Bonnets,

W. B. ISLER, n. S. 10 .. Adamantine Cau,1e G Drab Homer Hats, rl"'lin 5iirtorilr] is Manufacturing and I' I J E. Reiiiington, a general assortment of Goods,in i MiasesRuffled Bonntts, .
60 Sardines, Wide a-Wake. S"nlllwi Now a-duy *4 J. Receiving, Full au-1 Winter styles, viz: Pedal Fancy Edged Bonnets
and will
keep constantly on hand J, a ol",1 Black! Straw Bonnets .
Qn.vcv, Octuber H, 18J-I. 20 c LoMers, 44 b1ot 1 rilll.t llnU of all qualities n.-nt CAHIXET uisiort. Black French Dort.kin, Irish Linfn.Foy '
5 Tierce Rice 1"Z. MenV Black nul Cold \ViM l Hats 'URNI1'URJconiitiitg in part Bonnet Ribbons Florence and MarBeilline Sill*,
12 >
Freneh Caasiujeies, Bl'chd and Br'n Domestics
At ft meeting of the Pl.ilntuathean Society at QuiuCT -I (it I' the f..Iir Articl-f: Artificial Flowers Ruches .
Boxei Miited Candy, B-iy's, YouthV and luf.ItsI"'rtit., .}: Hats, Tweeds. Damask
the repolt (If the undersigned Committee.' f DRESSING) BUREAUS; Rose Wood Mahogany, Skirting Straw Beading and Trimming,
up"U[ 125 Tobacco, Me'nV[ Cajof 1111! ?izr* u"II'nct.| .s, i Kentucky Jeans, Assorted flannels,
I Walnut with Marble
lit following: p\fcuAiIf auJ niulu.iuUlI"t.le uUI\UI.j 50 Demijohn llc..y'Ii, Youth's und liJa'ts' and an PLAIN HUREAUl Slabs.} ', Plaid J.inQ"J, Carolina Stripes, Oil Silk, Bonnet Wire, Ac, for sale by
hh"gany"Inut and hay.SlDER.RL O. i J. MEOINNISS.
25 In>n bound 6 and 10 gallon Printed Flannels Manners d,
tJ"li.1 1.14ped ; }
I Keg '
Mahogany, Walnut and Bay September 30. 1854. 89 8t
'LILU A.', :t Lab pleased an Omnipotent Providence 10 Ddrrdl Crushed Sugar., Crockery Glass and Stone 1fare.EYEHY with and) without Marble Slab I OI'.I"I(10 Carolina Plaids, A
I I Blue D"nim- Canton
of )hi inscrutable to : C.fee I CENT RE TABLES! Roue Wood Mahogany and Flannel COTTON
hi tlie pnecution designs take 1
I I 2 Boxes .iticle usually kept iu this line. Bar. with Marbl* Slain. Iris! Bed Blankets I PLANTER'SU.80.

I from our mijct one of cur ruott talented and amiable I I 10 :5trch.AI. : I DINING 1'UJ.l:.. Mahogany. Walnut and Bay. Fan y Calicoes, Blue, Red A Gr'n D nk'ts, vv -- 0TLLJH.1SSEE .

members <*e who Lad endeared liimcelf to us : S 0 Saddlery. WORK T.t BLES,.Mah'gttuy. Wahmt and Bay. English Punts, Neirro BL-mkeU, FLORID

by hill triet probity and many e I Gunpowder C ADDLiS. Briilles.! Martingales, Girths} i Assorted Ho Georgia Plains, O1 1 -* .
\allul iery.
& 1. Tttirefute #rW'W, That although we bow in : Hlal.k" StandLooking Glasses, Sofas Tete-a-tete Foot I To COTTOX Pui>rrERa and others of this and the adjoining
Capers, a VSurl'illdl't. 'p\lr:. .ill11''. Curt t Sto .1"! { Heavy O.-nalmrg. .
Mah'iiruiy Rocking Chairs. Walnut and ila-
tumble sulmVUbiou to tilt will (f God we K-el that Stuarts Inn and Ltuth- t U Counties i/i florida and Georyia7E. :
Syrup, Olives ]:KIs.i Vali"en, Biidle Iitt! !!. Stirrup pie Cane back do. Cane beat and! Wood do. Merino Shirts,
tL< Ji-partuie of JAMES WILLIAM STAFFORD :!| Brandy Peaches, Salaratur.Citron" CIII, alu String Leather Calf Skins, tc, .. i'I! Wardrobes. CliCI ry and Poplar do. Rose; Mahogany Wood- ii 44 Draw, "\\, the underblgned subscribers return to you .

ty the '* imdiscavered country from whose bourne tio j jfrsveller I I : Mace and Ground Ginger, Waa'i' Stands] with Marble Slabs Mahogany; du. Wal- Napkin" Toweh, T T our most grateful thanks for the very liberal
, Currants, Scotch Scotch which has been bestowed
patronage us. through
is thetrttt blow this Association Uerrillgs Bonnets. nut, Baj and Poplar do.; Mahogany Book Cases. upon
rstunMi, i( HKi"inl. Wa'nutiud, Bay do.; Mahogany high Bedsteads offered at the lowest prices for ca"h or approved you, kindness, since we have been engaged in the

Lui cer receded fcinc its (. ItUI7.atUo1. j },'raa1e by BERRY & ROWLES. D3 .\ Assortment 1.( Biimiits, Wreaths and in- Maho::aiy Fiench do., Walnut Cottage post doI'uv, Cherry -, credit; at the Store one door north of Messrs. Ilotlgki Cotton Storage.Weighing and Selling Business in this

. 2. Retolvid, That all the members of this Sot-iety October\ 21, 1RC4.. 42 '.' .\ bide fluwers, &c., Lc. and Poplar.! J high und low do. Malmganr -;'- it S v.tt. city, and we again offer our services the ensuing season
t Parl. poet ; I Oct. 7, 1-;:;t. 40 at our old stand, and hope that our duty in the
\ wckr etujv on the left aim fur thirty days as a tuken ; >r OuzirF. Cnr.e and l Rush Cottage do. Office do.. _
From \ew Orleans Visitor. performance of business heretofore has been so
per Cane set Din do. Children d". Common Cane anilVe \ your
J that in the ?
of for the
departed. a
jxKi pnge
.. Groceries.RIO \ d COFFIX & PPJXGLE discharged as to secure your patronage and influence
BARRELS sup .ifine Flour, > seat Ih! ; Mahogany Vtueering, Hair Cloth ,
,'d of this be iu'cribed his Qo iu the future.
tec society i iI Very Respectfully.
: JI" Extra :Family arid l Ln!iira Coffee, Old Government Java. j 1 atidVir.. ("loth. IF1 J& O T O DEI. &
llilcrd.. That a of these proceedings bo \ 10 Hhds Side and 1 end All ,which I BROOm 4 HEIR.
copy I *. Brown Cru"llEuglLr., Imperial j / will 1-e sold low for Ca-h. Furniture .
f t\lrw5.rtj] to the friends of the dvccased. j; '2 plain lam!, Green Powder T .a. Goheti; Bntt 'r jmckfii in salt.- repairedat f-hort notice. GEO. DAMON. CHARLESTON, S. C. I S
I 4. Jlrolv TIIt: the preamble and these resulu-]1 4 tierces Sugar ( Hams, Soda Crackers mid IVpjc-r Scnee. Oil WineheMerWliiikev } Octolt-r4., 1R54.; llw 42 A NY consignments flf LONG and SHORT STA. For Sale.
i i 1" Beef, lb.6. IO' anj Holland (;\JaJ..ira.I''t !I --- .1 ILPLE COTTON and other Produce, will meet I
* ti:>n* be jiublifrhed in the Tallahassee Journuls. ] .. with tht-ir bt-st attention. GUNNY BAGS. suitable for picking Cot-
'! 4 Lard. and SalTyVine.} OnionP.ire.. Tobacco and Soap. New Goods. Reference can be had of : 'J 00 ,.
. I
C1IAS.; H. LONGWOUTU, : 2.4 Lard Oil No. 1 Star -h, Candy I CaitdItnut\ Shot. Sntitf in bottles RUtll! .1 HAVE jut received Full and Winter JAHE.H N. LIP!co B Madison County, or R. E. DURE, 'I ton. HODGKIS3 & SCOTT.

Co)iiTtt, J- c. BOOTH 20' P.blg VI Whikev) (lad-lets. Powder in f Cloth Ca iiieres Ac
I supply ( Ve-ting', .
C. E. L. ALLISON. !' 1 Hhd. Choice Sugar.. Cider and White \\ire, Vinegar, White Hurl 1't:1. ieverv <...1,1't 'le, nnJ qi;.litv, which I am }I September 30. 1851. 39 4m I I Notice.

1 1" prune and Apple Braudv. .\.erican j'randy! and Old Nee- i j i pre1i.sre. to make: up i.i the IfIt.it fashionable style, on.iidice of TUNNO, PLNCKNEY A;
Great the Jew co-partnerslJp
Bargains at Cash
i 5 M best Spanish Separ?. tar WL1 1.c)'. I .Lul THE
Worms Worms t and reasonable: terms. having been dissolved the subscriber will con-
; Far *hle.l-v BERRY ,t ROWLES. I -ALSO- [One Door South ofG. Jf J. Storf'l tinue the .
T Various theories) .:\e been tlI1eJ relative October 21, 1K54. 42 '
T" UN- origin intestinal worms sud yet the auettiou Clothing.GENTS I I A LAUGE .\- \> KLL SELECTED STOCK OF i MR E. M. FRALEIGH takes'pleasure FACTORAGE AND CoSBISSION BUSINESS

'WI Mill a .x..tl one among medical authorities. Of I,; FASHIONABLE 1lackO.J colored Cloth Fifrk all,1! Dre'' ., READY-MADE CLOTHING, : citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity that he I Ii on his own acconat. R. Q. PINCKNEY Jr,

oil- fact liowevtT, all arc inforrried and iu whu-h all t I FALL AND WINTER : ( e11114-rItcIn.. l..rJ Twcd Fr .'k s :d. 0<'iisi"tinc I.f every garment suitable fur winter wear, i is now opening a large and well selected stock of Dry 1 Office NORTH COMME&CUL WJUB.J'0 .

\--tb* f,tal! nature of the ;inrlii.'ijco they exett on J,- I. Iil,1.a) f Fr
11irn.. At this tent-on (4 the roar the attacks uf crccrn. -; 'jtnieut of Vests, I'aLts, Shirts, Drag ts, Collars. which will be di"pn
...TUI we Jii iM fejnttit is will'as most dangerous. : .,... I do Ac. Also, a Ian:.' lot ,.r Plain and J Fancy Shirt I *, Collars, I I thre-tes Capes, Lc> tc lieady made Clothing of ev.1 LIG&IB.IX A WEBB JOES FaAsra A Co.,
Ve take great p1'autv in tlireetins the ctti-ntiou ofpsretit : pry lc,ril.ti..n. a No. 1 assortment of Boots an THOMAS RANDOLPh Un'lrsbiri! Cravats. Sticks, ILwiery., te_ Lc. GOCEDIS MATTHiEssEf A Co.
%., the V Hili fug, <<( Dr. M'Lane. It i is ine tithe i! hat! and &.U)5. also a tine assortment of Jewelrv and
I Those Hardware. September ,
) cull
th. of the other articles .
nut (''I'trliordiulir\ m..lidlH' t'\'fOr iutr..du.d t" ,"OrI.1 fep..ctuly fancy too numerous to mention,rnv mot.
own mitt ra'!.i hy call all the above
ivinij me a as
tie public ari'l ha' never failed of eu<*"t>b when tried. n \ Taltt/ho" and Lit count' fiieiu'oto : usually kept iu tl.islixe. article have been l.lted with with to L.III!. -Lure sales and small Profits." Rememberthis Plantation for Sale.
EVERYTHING '' crcat careand
for bale; .t all thfl Drug Ston-s in 'iVduhaee-ee, audit the w.IIf'I CII : '- :.Miituieiit of 1'ALL l ] : stuck i" entirely new.
I' a special view to their adaptation to this market. nPIIAT valuable Plantation in Jefferson for
October : 1R54. 4C: Jw at )I.i.i Stoic. I1t dvll South of J.ui.e Jirkl""'. consisting JOUN I'RATORIL'S.October JL merly the residence of tbe late Rev. Wesley Adams

... i. iu j.ait ol full.jw.ng artn.h-6 lf"lcd Jn fcU'.h /"1 L .-20 Double Barrel Guns varying fromI 21,1854. 42 The Best Bargain Ever Offered within one mile of Bayley's Mill lying on the

a- I I: te!IIIH a>> \ill give 'uerals.ti -faclin. t fall andpiitctiMT I I I I f2< to nit:)) ALSO a general uaeJitmeut of --- I.\ LSD IX FLORIDA. road from Monticello to Newport-,containing 400 acres,
CO.V5r.VrO.Y\- bodv know* is Ubrhruith Tt"ls.Ol'lul..r wiUi all the about 140
OVt l>ijwc you jiurclxixt tlfcmiitie. WHITE & SLUSSER necessary improvement, acre .
; IL flittHnu J m-h'M.-. It cnmmi'ncand progrew-e wiu > I .iJuoj ly. that b 'f neouo i ill aware jf it, the ling : Dry nnd Fancy) Goods. "\\Yht>lc.>ale und Retail Dealers in Copper, L. I sale at a great bargain,but did not state the Cattle. Mules and Farming Utensils with a good Sugar .

Kre a tim.>..",f iJr"_. then a Midd
from heat t
ffw dave r i wee Ice.it i ill Raid he tir he died If hast j !:- Al Wool De Lnitie, : Lu.tre. : BOXES S-.da Crackers, as well as a Farming Plantation I herewith is situated in one of the best neighborhoods for

CONSUMPTION] For all troubled with cough .'1''UtlZ I- PI ilt.d and Black Cottonelv.tf.. Black S:Ik .1.) 20 Iii :1.i". Sugar Parlor and Wood Sieves, :': give some of the items and a description of tbe premises health and good Society in the County and within one

complaint, we w.uld refer to the advtrtinent j jon .i: TU KHl J Cotton und Gingham Hatidkeichiifr. lU" I'ilot J UST received all trimmed and in complete with their present year's produce, Ac. I have mile of Springfield Church.

the out-Mi? f,(thi paper <>f Jud <>n'c Chemical Ex-, and Diut' Blackfts, I"'ld'JI d
trart.of"Cherry an.i Lungwort," which 11 said to lie a|I Kersey, Georgia I'lail!!, Osrmb'ug". Tickings Kentucky & Water _t-sak- Itt roducrd) prices and will defy compcttiiou aud there are as much or more that belongs to the ingtou Patterson, on the place, who will show them,

rertwncuref ir'tLis awful disease. Alo Arorn T12r- Jeans, '\\ Welch and English Flannels, 5 Lemon for neatness, durability vnd service. Land Company that I have Boxes on. From all these the same.

I k(,h Balm the great remedy fur all diseases of the i iLair. Plaid and Plain I.illl'd Sheeliicn, FumitureCalico. 5 44 Cream Home Work. preiui-e* I Wv and aboil make tUs year, a* near as 1'J.. Apply to either of the subscriber ,
Cheek. Carolina PLaidS, Blue Denims.Tol.lc I DARIUS WILLIAMS J-r.
Apron -AtfiO- H.o..fin Ornameutal Heaih! for Guttem. (1uttering.: I con guess and from the figures that 1 Lave already Executors.
bM.4iuu3, DIn Eye l>iHj>cr. Cotton do. \\ bite I made the viz 'AB ER WITHINGTON J
-.- - 25 Boxes English Cheese Tin coiuluctins Pij**, SL -t-t Zinc Sheet Lead. LeadPijM following produce, :
B-H k and Swiss muslin 18 36
Diiuity, > *, Yict"ril Lawn. JaI About *:,500 worth of September 9, 4.
MARRIED. onet muftlin. Linen Cambric embroidered C. Hand- 5 I'jna- Al'ple -. Cistern! PUUIJ.S. Shop Work rf every descriptimt ; .
About 900 Bushel of Corn
I .I kervblifa11cm ttitrhed Counterpane
In Qutwv.au VTe iuebday, 18th Octorwr, by Rev.C i im. BERRY d- dROWLES. City and Giuntry rchants will find it to their ad- About 12 (r 14 Bales Cotton ; .
: Quilts, English and French Crepe Ihunion Artificial With of Sweet Putatoes and other under the firm of TUNNO
juan'ity co-partnership ,
; \K.ice, Mr. L D. JONES, of Benton County, I! l'I'Jwer Blark JM'c and Dotted Veils, Black Mounting Oct 21th, 1864. 42 vantage to give them a call before purchasing elsew small matters any aud things. THE CKNEY 4 CO., ia this day dissolved. The

I .lhLlJillJa. to 31". SAKAII J. ISO ltAU.\M, of I Ii ,I Crape Collars and Slee'c'utl're and lack here. N. B. All andes manufa tureil from The fl1premi 4el are offered for only the sum of settlement of its affairs, by mutual agreement devol]yes

G" I'J'Q County. FIL :,. Gro le] line Silk.Figured do. Ladies Spun Mackerel, &c. the:3f bet matf-ri.il our 1nI'o.rrl&nted are durable-u" Fifteen Hundred Dollars (fl.500.) Cora, Fodder on WILLIAM M. TUNNO to whom all persouuaT- .

I. ''I Y tt Edging IIIHCItings. Ladieb Black, White \ BBLS. No. 1, 2 nnd 3. Mackerel, very w'lll hi' "fTun-d for ale. Putat.elcnL Stock Hogs, Stock Cattle Farming demands or being indebted are referred. .
: In Qu lJ/ nu Tliunday. 19thin_Uly Rev. Wmjr 'I nod coloured Fieiich Kid and Limerick Gloves,Ofcut's- 1 !) 10 Eighth Jlbl, No. 1 oilier 42 and Turtictine Tools, can Le had with I'lantation.:1.t WILLIAM M. TUNNO.RQ. .

t a CLIJJ ) JAS. J'. HAJICKOVE.1 latvly of I3enton' Burkfckiu' and I)'> tkiu do. Merino bUr Ii-<-n tlo.! 10 Qr. 1 II Oct..Ler2ll4. fair [.rice*. BENJAMIN BYRD. PINCKNEY, Jr. .;

I C.' I.I ', .AUlwua. ilte.: i Gt-nt's and Ladies Gauutl.l Cot Inn Gingham and 10" 4* ** O ** Fort Stansbtiry Wakulla County Fla, Charleston, August 81, 1864.
Q I i.,I Silk Umbrellas, Gent's Cotton and I Merino Shirt. 10 Kills No. 1 Boarding. September 30. 1854. 39

-::n'y'i1. White aOl Brown Cotton H.J Black and white Silk 10 Salmon.i'5 f JT .ix or right Yontur Tj (ii' ', nr tw o .- *** Georgia Watchman copy 4 times,and send bill THE SUBSCRIBER continues the business heretofore

a I I do.Gent's White Brown, Mixed, Merino, Fine Wool Boxtb Codfish. For sal<. 1-y- BOARD' tK- hud at Mr Dr. WILSON'S. to this Office. carried on under the name of TUNNO PINCK "

LOG & GALBRAITU and Country hnlf Hose. BERRY: :i ROWLES. October 14. mi. 4w 41 NEY A CO, and tenders to his friends Ihe renewal of .
I New York Notiouo-come and eet-too numerous 01. 1.1ft51.: 42 Moaio.If his services. WILLIAM M. TU SO. i

ATTOnloE\1\ AT LAW, T\LLAIL\flSEE, FLA. t particularize. I New Fall and Winter Goods. -\ TRS. II. II. BROWN will resume instmc- September 9. 185-1. 36 2m .

MA.LO.VGiJ. B.GALBRAITH have nsno \ Potatoes, Onions, &c. [I.tj.:F 1.TJL tions on the Piano Forte on Monday,the LIVERY STABLE.
.. (),. -. in the practice of I..aw.- Ready ITInde Clothing.j : : __ 9th of October next. :
received from New .
per steamship l'amj ero DAVID C. WILSON o
Jlev will att-n.l. the Courts in-the Middle Circuit, the j rue Blanket Over Coats, Sat tenet and Kentucky ,1UST., 10 Ills Ii kit i't.tattot.s, 5 '1,1-U OUi"II4l Room under the Masonic and Odd Fellows HalL WILLIAM H. NEW S O M I
'.2jwcm.} C.uru and the District Courts of the United J Frock do Tweed and do. Black j I Waci September 80, 1654. :S3 5w
cut t'aDI Cuslllere crate Onions, 3 Kg Prime Golden) Butter 15 Boxes now reccnimj from the hries Remington.
Other** Kt Thllahawc i Biow I rind Claret Coloured Cloth do. Salient, Tweed Extra Cheette. All in g-n.il) orilt-raril fir sale bvJ. IS and tltlierIsdt., his usual supply of Fall and UTOULDeinfonn his .

oppoi-iietLe Cvutt Houce.s \ and Cassimer- Pants, Kersey Slteut Plu,h, \ alen- 1 1*. BRACEWELL 4 CO. I Winter Goo-N-all of which were selected by himself LADIES' EMPORIUM.NEW T friends and the public ..

OClvloer : Ib4.Theodore. Iv : cia, Figured._ Meriri'ati4l i Satil \'bla.1rt'f! Coats,, October 21, 1654. 42 I in New York, and purchased! on the most. favorable --- -- ---- that he may always be found _
Linen Shirts and Collars, \\ hite DIJ Brw I Ura\\rl, ---- term. many of thnn at reduced prices which will enable FALL AND WINTER at the STABLE opposite the Jail.ready to accommodate ;
.1,. E. Bobnstedt with beautiful nssortmeritofCluths Fieuch and all who them with Carriage and Horses. 1Cfr
together Just Received Bark Kimblc" from him t> supply his customers may .
and Caseimtres per a"call .h FA.NCY o.OOD8. : Horses kept at Livery on reasonable terms.a' .
Englibh Fancy Vettings, Ac favour him with either for ca or approved
)JtOFsSIJ Tuner and New York. -
rIM. Ilepnirerof low, if not lower than Vacant LoU and Feed furnished fir Drovers :.
crwlit at prices ceita'mly as any
.11Pianos, informs the citizens of Talla- FOR THE HEXKFIT: HEALTH. this itt consist of subscribers are now receiving and openinsoneJL \ith Horse and Mules.He .
Caps Boots and Shocs.A OF hou-e in city IVy part TUllE
surrounding vicinity, thai I.e will rcrnkiu
satisfaction hu
lal5. fWd best selected stocks of FANCY will exert himself to give to pat -
here a T. xv.-eke for UM purpose of timing or reiMiiritj Moleskin hats A 1. JaU.t sttle. Men's )0 CASKS Ale and Batter Fancy* tt staple Dry Goods;Stationery GOODS of largest offered in Tallahassee and a-e deter rot)*, and solicits a share of the public custom.
; for those wbu m.Y fsvor him with a call. Ordtr 1 Cit.k Old 181:" Brandy, Boots and :Shoes Drugs and Perfumery, ever
Black and Colored Woollen hats 1 Tallahassee August 26.1854. S4 '
may be left *VtBook Store, or at the PUnUr'n liottl. n".1 l DUd Apple Hardware. \Saddlery, mined to sell them at such prices as will command ,

lie 'w 1U l'Ur leaving Tallahate.. v'uit the f.,1- do. ,rl Cuban do. Black Cuban do. do. 6 Atntrican H"nuw W ar(. .iJroceriea. the approval all buyers and of course insure a Bagging and Rope. :

lowing and -rnie'lmte places, ,iz: Ciuincv MaJiiKHJ.Jsckinnille.M Wide Awake do.Now-a-davitdu., Shanghai do.(very 3 Old IVaeh and Glass Ware.'lron and Steel. quick anti ready sale.
. t. Augustine, IVlatka. N'e'wnanvvi'.le I much esteemed. Know Nothing Black arid Whit do. 6 Ainencan Gin Crockery and : and Rope, We solicit an early call from the Ladies of Tallahassee BAGGING and ROPE furniihtd to regular cus :
and thence Nebraska do UiH>r IVn do, Carl, B-i\s tI4 1 Caps. j.gg"'g County and Counties, and D. LADD.
,Tauajia return by Apalachicola to thi | | CI.tl 1 Holland BouneU and Trimmings, |l'aiuU, Oils, Ac, .. of the surrounding any quantity.
;..liwe.Jteenmmec.datone. \ File Calfhkin Htu. Pump double sole fine ] Cask Gordonsi" pale Sherry Wine, Men and Boy's Clothing j all buyers generally that they may be fully satisfied Newport, September 2, 1854. S3 !
as toliis cnpabilities YOU Calf-skin Shoes Oxford tl".New style French I'atiitL&tth&&r 1" M Ma !eira of the cheapness ond great variety of our Stock for
i do_ Nullifv and Men's Pepped < Tallahassee, October 14. 1854. 41 satisfied that for and of and Gin
CUu t jow i Wi111 Slipp'rl, 26 Baskets Ilcidsic we ate fully beauty variety Sngar Mill Segments.
.. Mr. Grosehtl (>f Monticello Fla, allows himself I I and Sewed Brogans Indies do. Walking Chauipaigne, style our stock cannot be surpassed this bide of the sizes Sugar Mill Roller constantly on band, .
pleasure! to recommend to )his j friends and amateurs
(If r iUtC. Mr. Theodore A. E. Bohnttedt, as a good Cbddrln'l Shoes of different qualities. 60 Bottles Old Brandy that w ill do your soul I! "VTOW receiving from 5'ew York a large and care H. CRICHLOW & BROS. Wheel Segments. M. H. POND i CO. .

Toner and Repairer of Pianos? good to taste. j.\ fully selected stock of Books embracing every September 30. 854._39_ Newport, September 2. 1854; 35 "

r, Monticello. Fla.October 2-, 18 ( Crockrry nnd Wooden Wnrc. BERRY A ROWLES. I department; of Literature and with the stock on hand, I
2S 18 3m Sent. Em 43 Of Oct. 21, 1854. 42 and varied assortment than has ever PERMANENT LIX E.
Oct r :. Ire offered to this Blank Books of -4 = a-
of China Ware been comirnuity. every
Copartnership Notice. let ,over 360 pieces. Beeswax Beeswax 1 I. size. and Ruling Stationery of the best description. A RENEWED COMMUNICATION A THE undersigned. Agent for the FAIRFIELD

. liE undereigued bought Jut the stand for- ANTED iu quantity frr cash Bankers Cases. Port Folo Envelope Buff; White and OF WINNSBORO'S.C..wiH be pte- ,
or trade
I: Hardware any by Jjctu-cen Si. Marks Cedar Keys discount Still E Order,
a rly occupied by Joe. White, at Centrevi'le, I and Cutlery. ,, BERIOct. i ROWLES Enamelled different ezt-s. Drawing and Tifsne Palr. Xeirport, pared to of ItJngt. Draft ,

T1rdii. coutipue the 1-ueiuees under the name Knives arid rUIII., PoCket Knivc-s Pen do.Game 21,1854. 42 I Cutlery. Lithographic and Oil Paintings,Bagley's (occasionally ria Bay Pert and Tampa Cheeks,dr. dre, on any of the principal cities and :

5? rtjl ComU, whie they are now Bags, Shot Pouches, IWtl.-r Flanks. Ttateling Cinnjfanionf Gold Pens, with or without caeca. Maynard Noyes Bay,) and Charleston. Towna of the U.S. Also liberal advances oa Cotton .'
firing ti,,(fDjrd. of-1 Dour, Box. Trunk and Harrison A Blackwood's Black and Red Ink. Also a while in store, and writing orders, de.Sept .
at a reduced 'price. We Pllltoul. Spades To the Old Settlers of Florida. IRST CLASS VESSELS will commence running
& 183t. 31 DAN. LAPP.
: Shovels, Axes, Blacksmith ] variety of Fancy Articles i ((1' 23. _
1 of the former nd C,1IS Took large
t I iMixcoig t ctwmela otLt'rl Chi A Hollow do PloiMw, Cut Nails TiuIIu* E. fflclerr. late of the General Land JOHN McDOUGALL. between the above ports un the 1st October, and
l. Anvils
, D.A. R. COt: VicE', Ho'l uu.Plough Points, Trace Chains,Spirit Levels t J Office end Pension Office, Washington D. C. will October II, 185-1. tf 41 continue uninterruptedly throughout the season. 400 Boxes Manofaetare Tobacco, o'Coisignacit. .

Ctrnie. 26. U&4. BYJt.-, Axle Pulhes, Lamps. Caudle Stick Curtain Bands, attend promptly to all claims under Flonda Armed -0--0- r
. O.br m Occupation Acts of 1842 and 1848. Persons who WILLIAM M. TUNNO,
BaIt Iron
H.t'bE't Hinges, Drawing Knives, For S ale.FOUR subscriber baa 400 Boxes Virginia, rar
Tar Tar Well Wbel screws, Coach Wrenches,.Brads, Tacks, were tttiers under the said Act of 1842 and having Factors fur Southern Georgia and Florida THE Tobacco of assorted qualities f o- J'
with the small Farms in Waknlla County containing 'u r with
complied requirements thereof have
FOR se any quantity CJf Tar.made \1 the Patent Tea Trays, Spurs, Lc. the PATENTS for their lauds can have them not obtained received ; 80 acres each with good dwellings and outhouses PRODUCE, more care than last Seawu'* lot, and 'wti.; ; :

t'r. 111 Tar Ling entirely free (row allY or attended toby the subtcribcr. (n the same. Enquire at this office. OFFICE, NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF, to our climate, all of which will b. golj figb' to Kter- :
gilt,. the ".ry best in tii f"r Wtla rig. Grocerlc Also claims prosecuted for Pensions,Bounty Lands, October 14, 18:14. 41Notice. Charleston, S. C. chant and Trader ; also on tm e, to p ot..t pamea. ;

( Mr'AUGIT ORMvJ Sugar Coffee Teas.Rice Morton's celebrated 1 Otard Scrip Back }'I&I, Lc, tc.., on the moot reasonable I 2m '.1..ADn.
1"Po OCb September, 1854. 35 Newport. September 23. 18.. 18 ;
Brandy, ("for Sffdieinaf purpnttt, ) put up in Quart terms. 1

Marine Bak Bottles and Demijohn fur family use, Old Mononga- RETJD.E:5l'ELlItln. months after date I shall present my final ac STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Curled Hair ;

l TTAJ ATI1PO resumed the haLt Whiskey, Madeira Wine Pale Sherry do. To. LEWIS CASH U. S. Senate, SIX and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Mattraj.es. j

I a prepared f.r tU Irawacti ey aLye Bank' bacco. Havana Segars Snuff, Soap, Candles, Lamp 14 J AlE COOPER Madison County as Administratrix with the will an- AT NEWPORT. JUST reoetnd, on eooueomcat. a lot oI fin*,oarW !

f'lL ExcLange ou New.York ( .ale bUeb Oil, Starch, Powder arid Shot. Vinegar, Salt Pickles, Jon WILBO.V, Washington, D. C. auexed of Lev! Drew, and ask to be discharged from THE undersigned still carries on the above business, J hair rasitaises,doable or aingle-f err thin fcf 1I

4 J. PKUK o INS CaUnp Candies, Cloves Mace, Pimento, Cjihia, Mustard Address Poll Paid, JULIUS E. MEIERE. I said n D1iu 6tratioD. its branches. Buildings well calculated fur hot weather, which ve vfll tell low to otuse.D.LADD.. J
4- ')tt4tc,1e: Ac. MARGARET DREW, Administratrix. despatching wagons. L. LADD. .
Washington U. C.

,' tht.e1iy .3 'Sl.OctotcrlBOl 42 Octcber 21,1631., .On'-,: 42 I October 14, 1651. (1m 41 Newport, September !., ISI!. -S5 'Kcr Pott July- -.5 1$', 1854.- ; '.'j!,




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Wholesale and Retail Dealer In .
receiving al the well known 2d

-4 a DRUGS AND MEDICINES. a NOW a fine.assortment of O.J

.' put in th. largest cited Bottles, and is EJtT. Dyestuffs, Surgical Instrument, 4,9i UEADY-JIADE CLOTlIIftG
t- PERFt. *
'f, ...". I acknowledged up to the beat S'lnparis made.lSl (!. SnuffVmuidow Gluts. Paints ( \ suitable for Spring and Summer wear fO .
fIt'l Oils Manufactured Tobacco part the following article: -- Ja
p l Varnishes Putty ,
't ia certified b,' the "'tn.l.rfll cures performed
4 :. I the originarcopir s of which aie in the possession of aud Glass Ware, Patent Medicines, f7N0RTH AMERIGAN \ Brown and White Navy Drill Frock & Sae c..

.. I. \i-:.I..: tho proprietor Remember, this i io the only true aud Fine S 'ap!. Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandiesand Fan y and White Linen Drill do do -
--w Hair Brushes, for Medicinal Clouded and White Frock and Sock CortZ
4 .--tr. GREAT TURKISH o nAllrtile, Syphilis; Mercurial Complaints! Cancer. -- C.-a. Paint Brushes Fancy Article. ( (GUTTA PERCHA Striped and Plain Gingham Sack Cot.

H.- : ; i'Y FOR Garden Seeds Fine Havana Bl'b aDd Cord Drap d'Eta Sack aod
\ BALDNESS, Gangrene, Rheum'tisl. and a vast variety of other Segan. Frock *

t': !'J.'cr Lh'l uraUKg ani Beiudfrlo the Hair diftenevs, are speedily and perfectly cured by the ue He has recently received per brigs AM Sawyer and t COMPANY JoAN ) White do and do Cord Summer Drill Pant Cloth do A, *to,

et, of this medicine Montauk, a Lane and Fresh supply at every variety .
4 ii f =1 V'. Ar'clc' fcrl'eantifyingandkeepiogth,. Orliflcafo.TALurooeA of articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and Fancy Marseille Pant,
\ ft. i'y' and ia a he.ilthy condition it is Read the following Physicians will always find at this establishment a full \ EW-VO R KJJI Fancy Cassimera do for Summer vesr
1' : Co Ala, Jan. 2, 1852. Bile Drap d'Eta do do tJo'
1 Uf ] 4 Sir-I send this to that and White Marseilles
.0 t .. < tL: '.ead (rout dandruff strengthens the Dear : jou to certify you terms. &MU&I8& Fancy Tata,
and to the circulation your extract of Yellow Dock S.-irsaparilla has ca. JOHN DULL. Light Spring Silk Vests.
f As.-'. hralth vigor nna'i Orders from the Country promptly filled and satisfaction -
., ''L t ..\ 0 hair anging color cr getting gray.- performed one of the moat wonderful eUn.e on me SOMETHINGNEW i guaranteed with regard both to prices and p -ALSOA -

I, '. --i.,.'i the Lair to curl beautifully when duneMvr that has ever ben affected on man. AND VALUABLE. quality. Physicians' prescriptions carefully com \ PATEt general awormetit of Shirts Collar*, Gloves. C
q4 nighU This balm ii made from Use orig I have been nIlicted f.ir forty years with eruptions pounded.Also vats. Hosiery Drawers, rnderslirU aod ariwu "

.. 1 .'H't procured from the original Turkish HaVia on my legs and feet; Iu 1848- they got eo bad that I Tht moit powerful King on the fict of the r'obf' now EPPING'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT er articles too numerous to mention.A o'

Constantiunple, where it u uuivereaHy I had to go on crutches, and in 1840 I had one leg amputated nlfni uprrina in tht American Cepublie. Tbr power OF BUCHU. Medal of WorldV Fair aud Gold Meda full assortment of Cloths. Cuaimertl V
'f of tik loto
crowned heeds
f the Kurope isi.igoific&neewhen
gt above the knee. In about nine months after Institute awarded for these good which the subscriber ia
3 tuikt have; alway* been celebratod for cotnparet to that of our American King.KuroptMi December, 1863. 51 prepared to manu"order
ii rful skill in compounding the richest per- lily. other leg broke oul in large eating nnd running Kin employ the pover rested in them to WAREHOUSE OF CO, 102 BROADWAY and on the shortest notice, iu the most appro'

; ) l4 ? ". all other toilet articles. Iu Turkey the aro- sores from mv knee to my foot, and discharged a great Increase greeter the mWry riches and of the d. rirh lati"n andK'rJlj the poor, and*nd to. rrduceto l.pend Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. PINE STREET, where may be found m'tvle. and best possible manner. All in w&t.hr

4I -',. J'r. of which this balm is miuposeil, are del offensive matter. My groin also broke out in ut. Our American King g"** < wi'h equal wIllinKDPK 1OA BOXES Window Glass assorted sizes, Gctta Percha Goods, in Great Variety, Clothing call

.li: .rtally known and used for the hair.rlaeofbt1tIflfMor1Uft1ea4 .- biles w hich discharged i much offensive matt'r. to ihr lordly m\nmon and hauble (cabin ray alike -1 vfJ 100 kegs White Lead extra & No.1 C3? Orders from the country promptly
,pure, other Water Proof Goods in the atteBdt4
atimtuif aud to offer and Far to
it en. and at the same time my left hand broke out large to I..r 11.lt happinnw to superior any to, by A. Bl
oleha'r the lofty and lowly, the rich aud poor.Dll. $ barrels Lanced Oil desirable] articles for CLARn.
: pt.( :< ';noten in thai cmtntiy. We wi"h bill one running sores, nearly to elbow. le 6 Lard Oil, market, comprising many Export March 18. 18 4. 11
I I have) JOHN BULL'S and Country Trade.consisting in part of Coats Cloaks -
d made of it ; that will do more to convincevirtues The misery that fulleiod for the lat few 20 Kegs Zinc Paint -
., than nil the ailvert'wcmeuts that years 1 cannot describe to you. I was in such Pouches, Overalls, Lcggins, Caps Souwesters, Camp In Leon Circuit Court.
; can:
J that I rested GREAT AMRI! AN mNG O, PAIIHI 20 package! Fire-proof Paint (bbls. and I bbls.) Blankets Horse Cover, Carriage Cloths, Piano Coy-
never day or night.
'. ->iied, and that all may be able to test its >ir- 2 barrels Rectified Whale Oil BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTRIBUTION
4 in Lara* Bntth* at the low price of In October la!t my ?on brought me one of your bottle the Taste WojiPtR or Tin WRLI. and the r.tet 2 Train bbL era Fire Buckets, Travelling Botg. Surgical Arlicles,
4 put up Oil 1 Varnish Haley T. Blocker. Sheriff and ex-officio
:." I read it, and found record of some wonderful bl.n2! r ""er olTrrrd to afflicted humanity; toth..uff rInf Copal Steam Packing aud hundreds of other articles. dminiitnc.{
'Ix'ttle. Remember the genuine his the wrappers;
: and
Spirits Turpentine in barrels of the Estates of Graham
per million", the I>o<-tor ran "Iif u at your command at retail. A gen- The free from odor IlaTu and Charl fij
extract of .Yellow "Y. 'e of Couistock & Brother on the splendid cures performed II your You hare only t(u"tlifc magical rcmt-dy. All era! assortment of Colors,Brushes,and other Painters' vie, deceased complainant,
and t'la substance
.1 tenacious cti.not injured by fatty
y.v.t: : Duck and napaiill.i. sent! and got two bottlesof tho-H- olio till luter. and wl'.l not wcvpt the proffered materials. ,pliable
it, and commenced Liking it In two weeks,to mygreat Uilui. pity of tlu-ir millcs.. and unlike India Rubber. WILL NOT DECOMPOSE vs.
."iitew/ 1 THE )A RRIED.-u BE TE FBUITFCL AND astonishment m wnvs all became and I Thl tePrn. Hlk-ine. during theri.f periol Iln December 24. lR5t. 51 AND BECOME STICKY ; are CHEAPER William JT. Hails administrator of John H TM. rf.,

...T."-Ia a command that should be cheerfully could sleep all night, )thing I had not done easy for two Its thounandt.Intr..hlCtln.mode liftS Clrr"t" I haPlio.many who bpart heretofore of- Wines Syrups &e. and different from any other Gutta Percha mad3 ceoied. and against Nancy Lee. and William 1 ,.

'. I by IV children of men. DR.LARZETFESCO ycala.Vhieii I bad taken t-ix bottles, niy cores had rrgardvd it only a* a painful and miserable rii>knee in this country or Europe. and is. and Mary his wife and Jesse Hatk de/tod.
1 CORDIAL. or Procreative Elixir, prescribed To the wln "(Toctwal; etrative in cases debility, imjK) nearly nil healed. My Bores got well as i if I by en and I'alu Extractor, and le million of glad Port, Claret, Warranted to Stand all Climates.I appearing to the Court, by a1Hduit.t'ha\ ,. -
Cb I have now used in eight bottles of proclaim the "AmericanKing I IT
., lnrrenn > aii'l all of ltlCnt ni tongue Derr. of gruit. Madeira, Old Port CERTIFICATES from have tested William N. resides
4-r. < s*. irregularities nature. of Yellow Dock and of 1'.10." .preparation np" ed imlel.?of Tegntablr Juice pt'rstlDStbo Havia beyond the Tmi'
1.h'lll'i prof*c* to be, viz : Nature's great your I consider well.I SrapaIUa" and rood, produced by America' own rich and Sherry, Sparkling Cider, the goods may be seen at the Store of the Company. of this State. but within the United State, and that
j :. remedv for those in the married now myself bounteous mill.Tewouhiwk. London Porter Scotch Ale defendants William
..It"nrl: state Lewis. and Mary his wife, i I
entreat all (if the alllictod to this \ the DIM, who always competent TERMS LIBERAL. i
*) p.d: ,: "!. .< i11! !Ing. It isnccitain cure for eetuinal c- for I believe it cure tr 1llicne. of what in aud what j U not a a valuable family inedi- Brandy Peaches, Brandy Cherries, Dealers are invited to examine these before Jesse Ha 1'il. reside in the State of Florida bat not ia
wti "..- ; '\LT\\\ iliiyglectwc.ikucM l ifthegfuital.i wi, any dicle tit' Jdg.do u* a pecUl faror by giring the liiij of raiD Raspberry Syrup, Sardines, goods t I the Middle] Circuit:
t1 uirecti" leucvrrhnea world. Lay nil f'r'jufiil'e' and just try it, a single trial, ui4 if ratl,factury. exert thrir iuluen. Fresh purchasing elsewhere. 1 It i
; -i 'V' u3i s, or wl ite*. As Strawberry Lobster it dered. That the defendant William N.Hnildo
.. '4' 1 proclaim its great wi.it mankind,and entreat In its bhalf.reroiuinwud it rp ak well and OrD ff It Orders executed to any amount on short notice.CAUTION. .
:- ; vlg.irMiH: iiK-licin! ; it i i' unt-qiulled.! Al.i", a cer- t them to take it. fs'r it \\ill cure them. aod fee thIt id u-ied by their afflicted neighbor Lemon" Shad. .-Base i imitations, made Varnished appear and answer the bill filed on or before tli.
for Ladies are al a>s Chuitblr1and lien they induce th.ir.uerh.g Ginger" Salmon first in December ard that said
r.-iac'ly lucipiout consuniption, imlipeti.. Monday William
is known in of South India Rubber offered iu the market
My case a huge this mvdicine, are already being
poition u valuable:
wel really :
; frnJ. t Pine Clams his and Jesse
fnu cnlar\ lassitude femalek"c Apple Lewis and Lewis wife.
U vucigy: physical Mary lIuil,4oalso
: act of can
Cuitilin.i, Georgia anti Alabama, and if any should they will tOIDg an Ln.J"UCt that they Therefore purchasers should bear in mind that nil genuine -.
< 8. .libihty, ic. It is warranted tu please ther veil j be proud Thw I is a truly nngicalrrutedy ; Gauva Jelly, Preserved Quinces, appear and answer the said bill on or before tie
.T doubt the cure, I iuute them ( on me p.rrful goods are stamped with lie trade mark of the
; i.i any ..fthe above complaints, and j is of pricejraluA Ib'\'e t 1f inTaUapoosa fur all external "i'"I. "r s. ..eluiii;', burn, Currant do. Peaches first Monday in October next; otherwise the com.plainant' .
and I will them the WILLIAM
soars. Company. RIDER.
6hlw 1l:1 4c, and for mauy iut ,it is a cn"m cure
thu without Gelatine] Tamarinds bill hall be taken coufecso
I ? *" ollVpring. County, Alub.uni.: : one mile from Stoe's yet it L I 1t-rfr-tiy h.irmle: ., and incapable of pnviucing i Sparkling Aug. 5. '54. 81 6m. Pres'U N. A. O. P. Co. pro against 4i4 t'iKx CTIIA.-Find the name of Comstoclc : it unless Ferry. nUGIE8 toe weakent conetitution.It Yeast Powders Pickles of this order be made in of the
hi. oa the 'I'r"l'J"r> The Yellow Dock and S.irsapnrilla: i is peculiarly] adapted warwoutlyitein
U entirely to follow the oH and
'.. '1: i tliC cb':vc mine; ns it ha b''en xttnalotlii coun- to females of delicate health resulting from of publishing Ilr.to iho public thouciudj of cerifleate Corn Starch, Salad Oil, "VTOTICE is hereby given that application will be papers once a week for four months preceding laid
( : F .' "*;trd 'late. Avoid' the counterfeit as you 1 woukl amid other dis- <>f won Jem pcrfunurd by this meliclii*. It co If menstrual discharges
.. irregularity ( JLmade at the session of the
,. but cents to it and br. 'akv lii* eusuiug Legislature
_t..O!. h'n'te try ; tul Worcestershire1 Sauce, Cocoa. Ordered at Chambers, August 1st. A.D.18.
their e The proprietor basin all aud of Florida. for alterations and amendments in the charter
easet': peculiar: t J. r"putLiol on t.e King of j' doing -
wel-&r"e' AT CHAMBEaa. J. WATLES
& D. II.
English Mustard AMES. BAKER
t InGE'S HONDURAS SARSAPARILLA Iji txi.Mfe sion n great number certificate of cures more cUim. fur it of the Pensocola] and Georgia Railroad Company.
We would ask, hire the Uheumali'ira or Oou.: Deeenihor, 24. lPf.3. 51 August S, 1854. 814m
%THACr For the cure of those diseases :lIi -ing I pei!firmed of the above demiptien. Weacsuic the : you that Passed in 1852. Judge.
thexe are not plearaot aud we nuew
0 4 .1 nn impure etat <>f the blood such as Scrofula. afllit'd] that' a bottle or t\o (>f Dr. GU\Rotf Edr.tof you would like to d.iv* CUIII'.ui01.tem away a soou u possible, Just Received, per E. Remington, August 26. 1854 3m 34 Bank of Charleston.A
I",. .. .:.tl>oru ulcers\ skin lii cai es, pimp'it-s on the fuce Yellow Dock' arid S.irsaparilla: once regulate thou w

s .n't l. ;n'igi'liiritics mid complaints\ ) Ac. At a afticr1 tbot.lifculit.l.! and renew the natural energies. C IICLL'3 KINO OF PAIN.1 1 A FRESH supply of DRUGS and MEDICINES Land for Sale. GENCYat New Port. Florida.
:;.; ri. xl.
,. .. 1 fair and ratoi''fthf yttm it i* nnr in quart bottles-Piiee 1 per bottle. Would yott be (ure almnut! iui-j1i'ely. ef Bowel Paints, OileDye-Stufl'i, Ac, subscriber will sell his well 1dcNAUGlT do ORMOlfD
*"* l) /holcra Mor -ALSO300 at a bargain Newport. January 14. 181i4. 2..
,( -
i h iiifdicine ;* Iol olfe red us a cure fur' all disiasat SCO VILA MEAD. Complaint )t.entery !uww.r Complaint THE -
ba, ,i'rainp Ouiic. Ache, Tooth, or any other ache tract of land containing 760 acres, on the
4p atvrely (..r th.ll'e arising front impure LI'Htd.- 111 Chartres S i eet, N. 0., or palo, the rew",) and the cure c.rwin.tI Ounces Sulphate Quinine, Far )cilla river and known as Sam!** Ford ; two hundredacres .
i j. > '] tlf PCaE HOXDCRAS SARS whom all "rand. D. H. AMES. SKY.LICIIT DAtlERREAJV GJLLtflF
t4! I. ipOStf' PAttllLA CO111S General Agents for t the! Southern States, to TILE CHEAT KIXO OK 1'AlJf. which is hammock the Balance pine. of which ,
,S witu; other purely vegetiible! 8/IJsttul'e/ of ac- orders mu-t 'be add resseil. April 22, 1354. 16 OVER BARNAED'S DRUG 8TOBJE.f .
Would have Sores. wrilin', (CUM one hundred acres are cleared. A new store bouse
you your 10m. ,
.'wVlr"f5ii.icy h auJ is mauuf.icturi'd' with the Sold also bv D. Ames. Barnard & Maxwell, 8cal4_, Other wouud h .."J, w* ---_ _- --
or rrptatit
I. I. Iruill. any is on the place where a post office is kept. and is \ HE subscribers respectfully announce to the La.
1'0.! frt, every INun.l of the ::saparilla being Nash ACo.Tallahi ( ee ; W. Rogers 4 Son, Chattahoochee use FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, splendid stand for a public house and store-persons Ji dies and gentlemen of Tallahassee and vkk
) ; tn the stfictoet chomical tests and its David MAGICAL KINO OF >ity
eiibjcctcJ (Jw F Baltrcll. Mitriatma &
: gotiu'iren
> :
; P\:
; J'nll will toSAM. that their is (
to apply the
GROWTH OF 1853. wishing purchase Gallery open daily or reception orvilitvn
certauifcd 'befure being use.l nud it contains SamuelPuhet.in. Would cured Head htiff Joint Sore
< "s {
: ; : n, Quiney; A. H, Wilson, Newpott ; you b f jCal
1'I. t<"i tiiies as much Pure Honduras Sarsaparilla! as any Montieello.! Throat "Neuralgia! Sore !, l.uu\'I. Totter. or Iling RUT A Baa, Flat Turnip,Cabbage Beets, Ac.,just WILLIAMS. Sundays excepted. Miniatmes taken of all
.. Worm, Silt Rhpul. Ilitm of l'oi5nou. In.!.. I'h )ipedlUudV. D. ILAMES.December Sandy Ford Jefferson County Fla. sizes and styles of ihe art. Ladies and gentlemen
c d naif.
: i ,. tl'
er "if r Iff' I July 8. 1854. 27 4meow aud all other .. either or running, we
or" dry
29 1854. SO i invited to call and examine their .
j I -
,! 21!t. 1S53. 51 July specimen
We hueen.il'avored. in George'* Honduras Sar aparilla say again aud. again, loca RKHEDT i is lr. Jubu UuUs"KINOOKPAIX. _
'L S W. BAKER i N.B. Instructions given i.) tie art, and all kinds oDaguerrtan
to give; to the public a Medicine which can be : ." Leon County lion Works. Leon Circuit Court-InChancery. material for sale.

,. j ,. bpeuded I upon to do for tbem (in the class of diseases ATTORNEY AT LAW, Would you 1-e cured (.f Kin,(. Kril. Cancer, Tuinri, KUHNS d BAILEY.
4 ... t> which it is adapted) all that Medicine C/I do; and MONTICELLO JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. Eupionl, or auy duuNue of the kin CauMJ by iupure TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Albert J. Pickett and Wife
J.,. Dr John bulLs S. : and John H.Gindrat and wife February 11, 18M. 6 |,
une r 1. o.dlent] that we have done eo, we leave it to the. 1114. iuterially Establishment is now in full operation. All
March 18 1854. II Kiag of Pain externtlly, caa be more TIllS .
: 10tuio
-. : jiod Common SENSE of the, people to decide BETWEKS certain thai I speedy and .ltu.d cur : will he attended to with promptness, and "' } To THE PLANTERS OF FLO IDJ.
Samuel H. Duval Administrator
..t ttlratt of the TITHE HOXDVRAS and ail woik done with ncaturosand dispatch.
4 S. lt SAI"Al\RILt DR.W. C. WIIITAKER, DB. JOHN BULL'S Joseph W.Field et al.] Cotton Seed. No
the! many vvrtle J.lrarll of nwoithhlift! common All kind* of work such as Steam Work Mill Work, Humbug.

I Sirsap'irilfa now be not deceived.! RecjrttoGEORGE'SHONDURASSARSAPARILLA- RESIDENT PHYSICIAN fRINCII'AL OFFICE, Gin Gearing. Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery, I T being made to appear bv affidavit that JosephW. THE undersigned, now in Mississippi but tooo t f.
Tina CIO STRICT, ONI boot BeLOW :rAI.LOC1S'lLJ. Field Sarah W. Powell Eldon Field Thomas home has made
ri I TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Shafting Pulleyn, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brass arrangement.with tie
and von will be rewarded by a quick and easy cure. FFEIIS 'his professional services to the citizens of E. Costings tc.; al,. Sugar Kettles of any size, kept Field and Harris Field defendants in this cause, reside most careful Planters in the selection and improve

t'! TO TIE LADIES.You who with a beautiful O Tallahassee: and iciuity. Office first door East t FOK81IJtBTDRUGaiSTsVuERCIIAST3TURejraOUT constantly on hand. All work done in such an establishment beyond the limits of the State of Florida to-wit: iu merit of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed for the

r Jmr tkin, free from all pimples!, blotches, andimpu- of Pust Office building, immediately adjoining Dr. TUB UNITED STATE?. will be done bv u', with) a particular regard the State of Mi8si ipi. it is ordered that the said de- next crop. He has taken great pains to procure tL*

..,.t lit!**, we Fay, abandon the use of paintand mixtures Nafch. 1) II. AMES Tallahawee. to the strength and.!durability of the work. (eudonU do appear and answer otherwise the said purest and best aorta, and will engage to furnish tl.

;, :11 1 use< the genuine George's Honduras Sareapaiilla January 14,1831. 2 ly 29. 1S54. 17 Agent,fim Competent Workmen always iu readiness to put up complainants bill shall be taken pro confetti against I Planters of Florida with better seed than have era

( .1..t' It be'tif(1 the complexion\ by removing(ry par- April Engines tc.Terms them. and that this order.be published once a week : before been brought to the State. He will dthrtr

or diseased matter from the! blood, A. PERRY AMAKER, will l be liberal, and all work dona etrictly for in some newspaper printed in the Middle Circuit of the seed to the order. of the Planter in St. HirbiM

making it purr, heaJthysind viqorous.auiI\ changing NEW COTTON GIN. cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this Honda for th" space of four months. Newport. during the next fall or winter and will produce

: the rellow and dark countenance t the bloom and ?V v A y place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron Copper and AT CHAMBERS Sept 16th. 1854. cf'rti catellattested. as to the character cftbt articles -

t& .!, frelnessof youth. 'lr FLA. : runE NEW P A STEEL TOOTH CYLJL Brass. J. WAYLES BAKER. Judge.A furni.thed. and the landing ef the Planter from

Ll&. This medicine is put up in large bottlcs.one of which, I Il May 21, 1653. 20 : 1NDK11: GIN TIT< failiiie ha ben piKirtcd' All letters must l eaddressed (post paid) to true copy. Attest :HUGH AaciiEa Ja, Clk C whom they are obtained. Th. kind fura Ld cUt

I.. !VIUTVK is vial to tir.of any other #.t,node.tr.t through all of the Cotton' 1(growing State, is gtl alive J. M. SHINE & CO., Tallahassee, Fla. Sept 23. 1:54. 4m 36 be the Big White Mexican, the Vick, the Rtt arid

C ACTION.-rind the name of Cumstock & Brother JOHN GALBRAITH nUl a/'lc to run, and dining the lat 'i'on I las been March 111854. lo Little Brown. The Big White Mexican are the most

;. .. 0:the wrapper. and you will get the genuing Georse'sHonrul brought to that state of poi foclionhkh renders itssuccess P. B. BROKAW'S AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. sought after in Mississippi &s the most reliable] stock,
vq 1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, but will either of the others i if desired
: Sarfaparula. certain. For short Itar.l. Itt great suprrioiityover undersigned, Agent of the above> Company.
,! t A4rlpr, must be directed t< COMSTOCK l judges. LlfEBY AHQ{ SALE STABLES THE receive application for and make insurance I Planters wishing Seed can address him at Madison

i T, ce,. 2! St. Peter's Place, (rear of.AsU Office up-tairs in the This superiority consists hi iU kuing; ihu lint cleaner, against loss by :Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings I Court House, Florida post-paid

.. ;Ji.1 4 IIuiae.) New Y rk Price 1 ptr bottle, or fix botS. t the Senate Chamber.Capitol(Oct.immediately V. 40) ",ort opitt atidfrte fiom kno,, and does not cut, TALLAHASSEE- -FLORIDA. Furniture Merchandize, tc. JOSEPH L. DUTTOJ
th fur i in the 1863. 4 B. C. LEWIS. April 29. 1854. 17 tf
t: : break. or any way injure fibre nt the same January 2'j.
-' .: :; "ld only in TallahaFace by EDWARD BARNAUD D. P. HOLLAND, time imparting to the lint that soft and oilsfeiincr F- ,1'IIE Proprietor his friends would and the in-

Johnson ; A. public that be has rebuilt _
4 .: Thonia,ville, D. J. Dickeueon, Bainbridge, aud by on making the lint from the witne l l.t of wed, worthfrom weeks after date, the undersigned will apply!
: in Quinry.). Florida, his large Brick Stables at the old stand and is now months after the date of this notice I shall SIX
man_ every town._ __ J to 1 j cents per pound more than \ihen ginned prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. SIX application to the Judge of Probate of Mad- the Hon. Judge Probate for Gadtdeo County
in the Court r.f the Middle
\T7"ILL practice -n the saw gin.It f letters of administration the of Willuua
Copartnership Notice. V < He also hiss attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith Florida for administra- 'r on
.. r son County. my discharge as
and of
e .hch'J and Franklin Counties.October dCthe Sea lnn-l Cotton *
and P. Larkins deceased late of said Countv.
.fIutifQI. wi ) \vhcre he will have done all kinds ,
Shop. of Coleman deceased.
of John
: undrriiicm have this day entered into a co- 23.: 1852. 4 tf fiom ,( anti or H.
.zi'i to 1000
TII *o
: ; 8,1 jH.utjdrt per day l. a"MunufactuifiK Plantation work Horse shoeing nnd Carriage ,work VANS RANDELL Adm'r.
J. :partucrfibip in theWHOLESALE J have tested it, tlie lint ip iu much 16 1.834. 37
; a Septemqer It
in tlif very best manner and with promptness and May 20, 1854. 20 6m
'i.-. ; AND RETAIL WILLIAM SCOTT, hotter ct'ud.tion, : for thu Mill than from any other dispatch.

w tI .. : UG :USXNESS LTToiNy: : l (3 in.In North Carolina Messrs Son Edgecomb! November 5. 163. 44 I Notice. RIENZI !

l ;: r\i>ni 'rnu I: AM KTVLE OF MONTICELLO, FLAT 1 County, and Dr. B. L. Hill Datl/If f\Vajne County and I months after date :I shall present my final a c 1 Ebave become the owners of this

.. 0.'. ..' 3tNA : !t) MAXWELL. July SO,.1F5:: CO. tljan teveralothiers 1 have tried the Gin In Shfr Cotton the MILES NASH & CO. SIX unt and vouchers to the Judge of Probate o y;' \'V thorough bred Race Horse well

., .. -S p & .0 .. - ---- --- --'- ia-t wason aud mere highly.: j.K-nffilwith. the result Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., Madison County. as adminiatrator of Lucy Roberts ___ known to most of the citizens of Leon and
01. i ,". y w t Lp r.' '.F C ; f. & BAKER & McIVER Ga-ludao Counties having been owned br GOT.Thomas
'f ; bound and ask to be discharged from administratorship I -
In Texm the: New Gin is tl clean.- inform their friend. and the public that my
: i' sweep
.1. -- 2 i Brown of where
WOULD Tallahassee he been
: has
0 .Jr.J t' ,.;' t J M.l c erd/ ?> .".1 e ATTOI11JEY3 AT LAW Cllt JobnL "! 11 ilatagord.i, who purehiaied the ) on hand a good assortment of such JAMES ROBERTA A Il'r.If.y for H will standing
'.: : ; {: \-<. Gin. -olil in '1 6. 1'5.1. TR 6m some years. stand at the Stable of ASTaONY -
(f,.. anti (.l.Q .tro. ts. W'I':*:., \ vull: Imp \i.i ilA-:11; AND QUINCY. FLORIDA. xuc duclan.tlwt if he bail article in arc rein-rally kepi I Iu tfoHr line of business MAir.R in or near T.1Jab.hoiI1

p -j). .-'!. a full BI'1cntI, :! acu' rl;..iitof tiUic.rappfjtjJ: : inp VILL I (Irul.tkl in .lie :jld.ie and \C-h'll Circuits. r -c--i\ed! them in:time to Ia\\(tinned; hifubnlecrop, it and will be receiving regularly flt sk supplies. Their Notice. have control and management of him for the present

to their line of bueinc-w and "Ilict$ tLe patronage uf V r \ of ftrJa. and iu tLt of Decatur and wll.ll.\'o! made 1 difference (IfruD 2uXI( t SuOO tf riu* t-hall he reasonable.Tallahassee. the adrmiritra Fall Season, and whom payment may be made for
months after date
; '.. and Thoma th1lars in his H'r. April )th. lP.r.H. 14 SIX
their ft I iends the ft kte i all serving at the following* pi ices: Five Dollars kr
puLl The (;Hi i, ; if the estate Thomas Mills deceased o '
"$ i'1l'hjllsarc'watmnh.tolick' 1500 pounIs'Jflillt
BAR .\nD. JR. the : service Ten Dollars
BCILLJNO BAKrR A. y. M'IVER single ; for the Season mi
Wakulla Iron Works GadsJt'u Flt.niola.will his final account
*? : TROUP in 12 lioui'ii. Ilie 'IS itch Jius will (lo from Ct-un'y present
Dollars insure. Mares traded soldH
% Twenty or
,S'fMf'i jiiiluhti\itrF Juiticy KMIU to l Oi'i(l ]IH lJIJI!N of Until the fa nift t time withproper \I-W: j'UIT 'RhlA. and vouchers to the Ibmorable Judge uf Probate fur
'0 F(1rar 1._ _((4._) 1654._ _ _6_ _ January 7, 1654. 1 fpeed and t.) ruum bug as a Saw Cm and said County, and ask t., be discharged. in every ease be required to be paid for. We append
J ; 'pIIIS E.tnbli. lmient i is now iu full operation. Allorders the following from Gov. Brown and J. W. Dabn of
.- Cheap Goods. JOSEPH II. DiTONT in CH.M of failure,with proper uuige, they will be made -L will be attended to with promptness and G. B. MILLS. Administrator.: Lelu Countv. in reference to Rienzi's Pedigree and
6m .. .
"E Subscriber' 01(101. August 12. 1851. 32 -
cont.rnplaetrr all work done with neatnekS and dispntch.All quality of tu

q f uch a new rrrangemetit iu their Fl W : \Y UOTQUl.VCY Trice c f 48 iin-h Gin '*::lO.) For CO inch) $325. To kind of work such a' Steam Work Mill Work, Notice. stock.FORMAN ct MUSE.

4. .-. .- business ns makes it ne ei..ary toi"po'e : : FLORIDA, J be delivered! nt tinnearest djx ur l.iniljig!; to the Gin (;i-auiti. Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery:

r .t ( i of their ptPf-ent stock of (Jood*. 'r'I" 5St.ck purchaser and a Man fupiiild! to set the Ginruuniug.Termij Shaftuv, Pulleys, hangers Plough Casting", Bra's ALL persons indebted to the estate of Mary Fran TALLAHASSXX April Otb 1831.
rf Watches of' WILL continue to occupy the! office rC'ntlnCCI- Ca h tu tiiil Kettles of size Mclutoeh, late of Madison County, deceased
cnn"l"tl' a f'tllurply every on days Castings, Ac.; also Sugar any kept The thorough bred Race Horse RIENZI nil-
dCH'ril wu
;btbd. .b' Ioti. J.trJ. Fln olll', Cutlerr, GIII.H; ] j,( by the late firm of C. II. & J. 11. 1/uPont, There will be a t'wk <>f these Gins kept in Tal- constantly mi hand. All work done in such en establishment will cIO'e forward anti I make immediate payment,and ed by brother Richard T. Brown of Windsor

'* -. Ware, tiiitnerouother; rtielei>, vliidi, ibey, pledge and t/> piacticc m the adjacent C.uutiel of the Middle laha. &fC at the Biu-k St -re reo"-ntly occupied bvMetsrs. will be dune by or, with a particular regardto those having demands against said estate will present Westmoreland my County Virginia. He wa aired by

0.4. themselves to sell to cab ('thltem<'at greatly reduced and W '.tern, Circuits. He will also attend the t"rm/ E. T. Tailor & Co. fur the sale of their saw the strength and durability of the work. i I.heni: duly authenticated within ihe time prescribed Autocrat who was imported by Col. John Taylor.of
dP" EltS. (tithe Supreme in Tallahasoce and Mariauca. :> or they will be barred.
1 (
{ Curt ; Woikmcn al\\ "iliu readiness to put
priu. d January 7, 1 ins.All ConiK-tent[ up 51. W McLEARY. Mount Airy Va. His dam was the celebrated Fanny
21 t_ -, : 15BAGGING_ communication addressed to thc Agent at Ta!. Engines tc. 37 8t Kemble. who was sired by old Sir Charl. Be baa
laha bee, will meet with prompt attention. Terms will l he liberal and all work doije strictly for September 16.1S54. distinguished himself at Races at Broad Rock YL.St.

.t'5 Bale Rope TIne and, Salt. ARTS P. nosy, 1. H. M. HAVID.ONDOBY A. IL C A KG ILL, ACEXT. cash, or m-cepted orders on seme business fit m in this Notice. Josephs and Apalachicola. FIlL There is not a more

,; & DAVIDSON, place Talhiha!ee, or Quincy.Lilwrul thorough bred horse in tbe United States.
-;: cv ALAGRE Ft"K-kt.f th' above arliclc- 'i1 kept ATTOaiflSY AT LfW P. S.-These Gin can be seen in('jrati.ui ou Short l prices paid for old Iron Copper and Brass. "VfOTJCE i i hereby given that an application wil (Signed) THOMAS BROWN.

/ throughout the whole, Flllld Winterfcjif 1 Cotton at the comni..-nconuit of the next Giuiiin" All letters mubt be addressed (post paid) to _LN be mailto the next General Assembly, to in

i Pr -"!!, HI id ..1 ns low by u* AS by any t (1111 H"ut
i.>0 v!* i i'i th Florida.All .
: f. Icr, HEIR & HUB Lc-ou County : Col. H. F. Wliitncr, of GadhdenCo.! 26 1S54. 8m 84
: r r.puKljasbz elll'\ ( b ; August ENZI. aa above described[ by Gov. Brown I tate
entrusted to their care will can
lines receive Thomas M. White T.1 N. d J. NEW YORK.
a&iK< _Aigui-t: 19. 1ES4.: .:_...___S3_ _ promptatkltlon. of Jackson, Co. J. (J.D.tnrrick: and H. A. I have Tilled eight Colts from him. Rienxi's Coltsare
December 24. lftr.3.. 61Dli. Young : Anderson nn-1 Capt. BREWER & CALDWELL, Notice. large end fine, and all showthe blood. The? art
.utyI Nails.I
Daniel P.ird. (Ir JeTcr( Countv. and J.
C.1\IC'GeLee SUCCESSORS TO CENTER CO, months, after date I shall present my accounts generally in color rich Mahogony Bay*, with'BlackManes
E of{
100| KEGS on baud, awl for sale low bv hUST. LEWIS, ?The q. and l..lkr Col. from Hurrison.the Mills Madison Manufacturing County., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHAMS, SIX vouchers to the Hon. Judge of l'ro ate for- and Tail They are docile, and the. oat IU-

lEI J Compa- late Sheriff aud administrator ex perior Harness Horses have ever seen. .
August 19,1854. S3 RESIDENT DENTIST nv published\ below gives sem' idea of the value of AV. 20, OLD SLIP. JetfeieoQ County as
_ _ _ _ this Giu fur Loug Staple Cotton.IIoLToxEMasa.. May 13. 185-4. 19 ly officio of the estate of Henry GraDthara, deceased late (Signed) J. W. DAB ET.
TALLAHASSEE from saiJ October 7th. 1854. 40 8w
FLA. -- of said County, and ask to be discharged
., K. LAWTOX-fl. WAixwEicirr 'COT-WK. u. TAT, DANIEL T. LINGO. .*. Sentinel copy 8 times.
inserting Aitificial Teeth on the Notice. administration. __
I E-jostrii T. DILL-w. LAWTOX, IS \ April, 1864. -
-S. .l few and improved principle, with S. R PAUKHVST, Eeq APPLICATION will IKS made to the next General September 16, 1854. 37 6m Notice.

.- _,-' continuous gums, from one fide to the State for a Charter construct
.'ir; + WM. M. LAWTON & i 0, other, without seam I crack lea\ing lit place for I he Dear Sir We have used the few Plunk Road from Palatka to some point iu Marion Land for Sale. 'T'HIRTY dave after .late, I will apply to the Hon.
lodgment of, food them bales] of sea Island and oth-r l long btaple Cottons, at JL Judge of Probate of Madison County for leave to
thereby' rendering County, near or Micauopy. for sale his Plantation
Sea 35lanr) Cotton /actors, life-like, and restoring the onginal contour prft.eIJ'. which; you tiny was ginned on your Sea Island Cotton August 12. 1664. 32 5mEKSKINE ri J_ HE miles subscriber East offers of Quiucy on Swamp Creek.-,lying sell the interest of the Estate of R ebecra Charles in

< BO as to defy detection. He will attend to all callninMiddle Gin.We tea Lot No. six, ((6)) of fractional section No.five, ((5.) l in
in the three bun-
I.4 : Ko 13, Southern Wharf, Florida for :Full Si-tU. Those wishing Full Cotton regret in not having a larger: supply ,,f this & DILWORTII, There dodd of are which t five hundred cleared.acres It is as good tract,land as can Township four. ((4.)South of Range eleven ((11.).*
: to Its: through our works arc
: 4h CIJARLESTOy B. C. Sctti uu obtain ncccMary information by letter : a larger quantity containing in all. one hundred and nineteen acres((1 llfl 1
al Gadsden COUllt On the
would enable found are a
us to judge] more ATTORNEYS AT be in ) premises ci
He will correctly to the LAWI les half
wariant, every instance, satisfaction, Bud as re more or ?, said interest being an undivided
848m lative merits of House Giu House aud Screw, with every -
28 1864. Cotton Uwelliug
d' August prices to suit the times. Term Cash, or when called your Gin over the common l\IO TIC} LLO AND ttX'IXCY. good farm. Terms said land. Application made to sell for the PlmtfJ'
roller Gin. other outbuilding ou a
? )om ERSRINC.: Quiucy-W.S. DILWORTH, Monticello necessary of the debt of said estate.
,: Fresh Garden Seeds. for.June 24, 18M. 25 With our experiments on the small lot of Cotton July 23, 1853. 29 made easy. Address me through the Quiucy Post I. GEO. E. McCLELLA. Add .
:' from Tborbnrn'i. New received of the Office, or bee me at my residence mime miles from YIOfld1'
4 JUST reeive.per Convoy, we are opiuion that your Cotton Gin Little River, Columbia County,

.4tI: .;: Sefda of DR. JOHN P. DUVAL, does not injure the Staple} of tie Cotton, and that Land for Sale. Quincy, on the Stage Road leading to. Tallahassee.W. .. October 21, 18M. 4& ( _

.. Long mt there is improvement in I he evenness and cleanliness WILL sell that
&,t fet T plantation on terms are reasonable -
FLORIDA. August 12, 1854. 32 tluov
.4 Early Turnip tt.. of tho fibre, which will materially increASe the .L and accommodating to the purchaser. It Notioe.SIX .

Late Drum Head Cabb., OFFICE AT TUB COURT HOUSE. value of the article and reduce the cost of Manufac! lie in Jefferson County, FIn. eighteen miles East of months after date I shall present final aeooun

J: Late Savoy January, 1854. 4 turing.. Tallahassee, in the neighborhood of Waukeenah. It Executor's Notice. voucher to the Judge of Probate of Jeffeno

Lettuce, assorted i kind, However these arc questions irhicb can be more is choice land and in good repair, with two hundred month? after the undersi-jnod, Executor of the County, Florida, and make application for my di-

Kfi : Long Salmon Raddisb, Notice. satisfactorily settled by ciperimenU a larger and sixty acres cleared. Land buyers com anti see SIX Will and Testament of Archibald Buie. late charge a" A,lnoinwt triz of O Org W.SUo
., I American Glob Turnip, persons interested will take notice that six scale, and in order to accomplish this, we l hor* vou lor yourselves. ANDERSON PEELER. of Godadeii County, deceased, will exhibit his account of Jefferson County d >cea-ed.

Inn/roved Rutabnga Turnip. ALL nfjUr the first publication of this adver. will be able to furnish larger jpplie 1 Of loru .tapl May g. 1884. 18 tf and voucher before the Judge of Probate for said JANE STANDLKY, Adminwtratrix.October .

-a. F.r fslt hv McNAt'GHT' d ORMOND. tiseiatnt, I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of Cotton ginned by your Sea Island Cotton Girl County and apply for a final settlement an4}d; .Iarge 14. 18H. 6m i.._. _
I :
; =" 'I"1 fptnh'r 5. 1654. S Probate of Ix-on County for a discharge from rnj Tours Truly Notice. from the administration of said Estate.
AdniiuUtratoihhip of the estate of William IL Brock. (Signed) J. L. DAVIS, 'Agent DANIEL BUIE. Executor. Tax Collector's Sale.
700 Acre: first rate Land for Sale. Hadl"J Folki C Mills- APPLICATION will be made to the next General 6m 42 I
: i-ijbruugh, > October 21, 1854. of the vested in me by law
State for Bank Charter be
to Byi"'ufOl' power
.J'-i! fi |,| I'aiitzif Ion I lvmL. JuneIO,1854. 23 a ,
'f/HK h t I S .1" 1.1 i i r Itll.li. > : A. BROCKENBBOUGII tf
TLer- Adm'x located within its limits with a stock not exceeding e for sale before the Court House 'toC:
\11..?'. i a :'r-.f in u" i'or.41'.J..IIr.; June 17 Ib54. 24 6m Axes. the
.- Notice $500,000. at Madison on the second Monday in April next
t:.in u.*. u.,ci, M\( IJ !..ui\ < u 1.1 laud will
fu.J hereby given' hut August 12 1854. 32 8m following described land or *o much thereof as
Byrd ,
t-ai b I the hUti'-:8iiO ,'kANI. all! the Is } han this day Boxes for byAugust
.t fmu NoticeI ALFEW the State tiiereoo for the vesT
filed m the ofuiecof pun Clerk of the HEIR & RUST. pay and county tax due

h. Laluiic-! u. \Giu House. On the mid lrf'ni, !<.I with liica good Cabin Dwelling S hereby givcu. in accordance with the Constitution Jackson County hits petition praying tlml Circuit his Courtof name Notice 19, 1854. 3S 1834, and the expense incident tlier .t.>. t'wit : The

: and: IIII"l out building To. a good purcbnttrthi negro of tl.io State, that ut the next hcs iou of the 0 Jen. l be change to that of George Wahiingtiu McLindon. IS hereby given,in pursuance of the requirements of North half of the NorthVet quart..r wcit-n WeNt

U a rare ul Term ral! Aeeeuibly, j.plicatiuii. will be made for a Charier Person: '* lihiug to object must do so Ufore the Spring the Cnn :itution of the State that at the, next session Wanted, in towrsliip one North Range seven Eat* ,purprotwj(
) opprulitY. nwe easy. IMrcb a Term of said Court, to 1 IMI held on (the first iu of the General Assembly application will be made DRY OR SALT BIDES also otter to belong to John Patterion. .
Incorporate the Monday
rnc lb. tulb TaalH rot Ofe! ,J.or ELIOT.tee me on t Gulf Ralroad Company Company t b styled Georgia May next. JOHN W. l'OOSBU'Clcrk. for a charter to incorporate a Company to be styled 5000 and Deer Skins, for which the highest ROBERT Kox ir,;;

J.ai1O,14 rr.ml. 28 aut IS6. 2m 31 By N. O. J. RT ALE .D C..1iteibsr tho Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad Company.." market price will.ho paid by HEiR RUBT. Tax AMewor and OoHed r fcr Mdiea. Cvonty.Octobw _. .

.4 AuJ S' b ((16.) 1654. a7 |a August 12, 1861. IS tm August IP, 1891. >t II, 1W4.r ,. .4tt.


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