The Floridian & journal
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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: November 4, 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
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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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i 1 =' BY AUTHORITY. Glenham, rishkill, East Kill Ortonville and County Line, Union, Herbert, Big Oak, De- lehem to Cornersvillo from Pontotoc by Berlin, coonewhar, Har- Quebec, to Richmond. i-'',e r,

Johnsonvill, to Storrmille. Kalb, Scoober, Gainesville Ala. and :Mount\ from Uolly Springs by Salem, SheTby'sc'eek risburgh, Moorevillo, and West fulton to ful- from Donaldsonville, by Crane's forge, i. : S 1
I: LA."S OF THE UNITED STATES. From Fonda, by Fultenville, Glen, and Hebron to Clinton. Rip/ey/ llatcky Turnpike, Tripoli and ton. Xainconrtvillc Church, Awomptior, Patter- :s.4jfri: 1 k
Charleston, to raUonviile. From Browns\ille! by Anti-Bank, Clayborr Kienzi to Jacinto from :
Plymouth, by Ash creek, cedar bluff. sons lie, Centreville, franklin, Jeanerett',
[Public, No. 72.] From Fonda, by J()llJ1 town, Gloversville, :eville and Bienville to Satartia. from Hol/y/ Springs by TackaZuchce and I Tampico, Line creek and fame to benela. New Iberia, Saint !Martinsvill breaux ', ''z;iij 'i

ACT to establish certain post roads.IN : Kingsborough, N nyfleld,and cranberry creek From Bulluctah by Bensacola to Phiadel.! Hickory flat to New Abnny.? :: J. from Raleigh by Taylorsville, Pool's Mills, bridge, Vermillionville, Grand Coteau, and ;;1 t'
to Ohborne's Bridge. From Holly Springs, by Tallaloosa, Chulahoma Ellisvills nnd :f ;
t phia.From Carlisle Mills, to Augusta.from Opelousas, to Washington. .
I [ CONTINL:TIOX.] From fondo, by Sammonvilie, aud Ephralah Burtonton by Utica to Edward's De Tiro, RobertsvfJe." Pleasant Mount Raymond by Auburn cayuga, Rocky from farmersville, by Shiloh, Lisbon, and .); J i .t i
Ch-'Tj- Valley by Eeat Springfield, to :Ne\\'kirk's :Mills.\ I Sledge\ille Sardis and Belmont to Panala. Springs and Willow Springs to Grand gulf. forest Grove, to Homer. 1
jnngfielJ fffl<> Warren, Richfield Springs: :May\ rrom fordham, by King's Bridge: Yonk- pot.From Carthage to Union. From Holly Springs, bj Watson, Travis,. from Richland by Shiloh, cypress, Denson's from farrnesville, by Downsville, to forks :'5 '
f jfoVer/tVinfield, West \\'1I1fi'ld, and Babcock crs, Hastings upon Hudson and Dobb's ferryto From Canton l y Benton" Ebencpr, Lexington and C.-ckrum to Hernando. I and Stump Ridge to canton. ville. H !
Acona, Chicope, Black Hawk, Coi- From Holmesville Creek Liberty. from to Moore's ff :':
Hill to Clayville.From ferrytown. by Rocky Ricpley cross Roads, from Cotean, by Arnanville, to breaax t I
Chester, by Sugar Loaf Warwick, From fort Ann, by West fort Ann, Gris- laCarrolton, Beckvillej Grenada; Oakachik ( Wall's Store, Tolers Centreville, Holly Tenn. bridge. + I f-: j
and Edenville to Amity, wold's :Mills\ Patteif's :\ and Queensbury, ama, Coff%eville, Water Valley, Spring Dile.Sevier Retreat, Kellerton and Newtonia to Woodville. from Ripley by carter's Mills, Dry Run. from Grand Ecore, by St. Maurice, Cedar 1.} J:: 1:

Florida to Warwick. to french :Mountain.\ : Oxford, Alat>n'ilIcllerford, Holly I blackland and Carolina! to Rienzi. Creek, Saline Mills, Leslie's and I : _
From Chester,by Wvatt'a, ; {". .
Chittenango, by PorrjxHle, fenncr From fort covington, by) Ilogausburg and Springs Hudbonvillc and Lamar to LaGrange Lrora Ilolrnesville by Fonlsville, Mobile: from Ripley, by Dumas, carrollsville, Harris, to Monroe r'
to Erieville. Racket River, to Massena. Tern. .\1 I campbelltown, Saltiflo, :Mooreville\ ,Richmond from Grane Eoore!, along the bank of Red .., P"'f4. ':.
and From Nelson Chittenango, Station,by Chitlennngo, From fort Edwards by:Sandy Hill,Glenn's From Canton by Carthage: and Philadel. a.From Ilolrnesvilie by ChIna' Grove, to Co- city point, and bigby fork, to cotton gin port River, to Shrercport. 'If._ :ki: :

falls, Cienovi a, :\('w'uod- falls frt'nchlouutL:\ n, caidwellVarreiiburg phia to DeKalb. lumbia. from Zossville, Tenn. by north Mount from Grand Ecore, by AdaireX fort Jes t't'5j' )IP*. ;
Chittenango and Potter&ville to Schroon Canton by Carthage', Edinburg, From Ilnpahka Pleasant Miss. and Marshall and ::
Trmton, East chcsteitowu rom by Carthage Pensacola, Turnpike to sup, Manny, to Sabinetown, Tex.
ttock, Do Ruyter, Cuyler Cortlaudt Vi11ac.I Lake. Laurel llIill, Philadelphia! Sut'nmcnUle, ((110 Hillsboro Pulaski and Home wood, to Raleigh Holly Springs. from Greensbnrg by St. Helena, Spring ':P. J, "a
ant\ Homer, to .
E Homer, Hinds- From fort Plain: 1 by Ilallsville! and Minden, office) and Wahalak; : to Gaiimiile; Ala. From Hnpewell to t'lIowl1sh.} from Salem, by Spring Hill!, to berlin, field, and Pine Crove, to Madisonville. ..ti... '- .
From Cobleskill, by LawyernviUe to Starkville. From Canton by I1iCreek, Lodi, Be'.le-: From Houston by Dalton's Line Creek, Tenn. from Grand Ecore, by belmont Pleasant ; fi:+:: .
South \ W :;
Seward, alley,
Gardnereville; Jr'
I ville, Ro-eboonr From fort Plain, i by frep Rush, Ilessville, I fontaine, Little Black, fame and Dalton to Tampico and Starkxille to Choctaw Agency from Salem by Pleasant Ridge: and Mc Hill, bayoU Pierre, Mansfield, and black : F
Brook, to I.
I and Pleasant Cochetod, Fosterdale, Bethe-1, and Sprout Brook, to cherry Valley.From I Aberdeen. From hleuston by Hohenlinden and Sparta Lean's Store to Ruckersville. Jack, to Shreport. 'R_ !it" : I.
Whine From L Mongaup Valley, :Munticello, fort Plain, by Halls\ille, Starkville: From Canton by Smith's :Mills\ Charleston: to Clear Springs.! I rom Spring Hill, by Salem, Swan's :Mill, from Greenwood, by Cock's Store, Mooring's I. :I\\,;.
Gales; Wurtzboro, and Bloom-/ Van Ilormill, Springfield; ce-ntre, coop<'rs. and Robinia to Panola. I From Jackson by Newton Spring Ridge, and Harrison's, to Hickory Flat. ferry, and Monterey, Texas, to boston. *;
Bridgeville, South 11 art\\ick Carrollton' L", flore to Greenwood. Line Store.Gallatin Har From Starkville "WhitefieleJ from *
town. Il:1rtwick Seminary, From by ,; ave Union Church by Dido, Greenwood, by bethany, Tex., to j. I
ingburg, :\ Dismacus, )Pa,) to I mour.t \ :-ion and Laurens, to :Morris. From Carrolltonby::! :\ Shonga- :OcotiandIalcolm:\ Hamburg, and Washington Snowsville White Hill, Bankston, Huntsville, Pulaskt.from. .J.( ':"'..' ,"'
; From by From fredoni.-r., by Loana, Arkwright, and loo, Oerenton, Ccralvo: Kilmichall and Wolf to Natchez. and Poplar Creek, to Ccralvo. Greenwood, by bethany, Tex., to : .
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J RiloyvIIle. Hollow, Hamlet to Villa :Nova. Creek to Greenboro.; From Jackson to Brandon. From Steen's Creek, by Monterey, to Pulaski.from. .1, ..i :;.
by Coeymnn's '
i Tormansville Coeymans: And Westerlo: to South Berries From fredonia, by Stockton, Oregon: Ellely From Clinton to Brownsville. From Jackson by Georgetown Montieello, [ Brandon.: Harrisonburg, by ford's Creek, Aim. .,....1" "I't I-..
I and fluvanna, to Jamestown. Citronelle Ala. I Winchester Miss. Coin nubia, Gainesville; From Tallula Lake Providence La. well
From Comstock's Landinir! In'"t : From by Shields-borough, Pass to fanny Lonis, bertrand Prairie, Tan. 1 :
ranville, and :Middle\ Grainille, to Lran.'ile. From fultoit, by Volney, Palermo, Vermillion Quitman, :Marion\ DeKalb and Macon to Christian Mississippi city, Biloxi, and Ocean From Tallula C. H., io Powellville, Issaqueana cock Prairie, and St. Alaarlc, to Grand f' f: .tf.;- :
and, Butterfly to Mexico. Columbus. ;Springs to Pascagoula.: : County. Ecore. ,.: '..it
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From Concord Centre to Java.: From fulton, by Gilbert's :Mills\ Pcnnellsville From Chulahoma: )' Oak Hill and Castle From Jackson to Baton Rouge! La. From Thomastnwn! by Hopahka, Carthage from Hnrrisonburg to Kirk's ferry Ii; 1:: :

? From Cooperstown, by fly Creole, 0:11(5- and caughdenoy, to Brewertown. Hill to :Memphis, Term. From Jackson Midway:\ Canton Sharon Edinbugh, Laurell Hill, Philadelphia, from Harrisonburg, by Trinity to Natchez ii. J
; vflle, Burlington, West Berlington, Edmcs- From Gales: by GJen; Wild, to Sandburg.From From Cofleexille! by Cudd\hnnk, Hartford, Camden 'nlOm !ton Ko ciusko, Cowpen, Cotiadeliah, and Plasant: Spring, to Ghol :Mgg.,1, "

Ton, Pittsfield, Now Berlin, Now Berlin cen I Gencseo cy ciiy'crsvil'p, Moscow, Pittslmro and Cherry Hill to Houston.From Neutonsville, Louisville, Webster, and Choc- son.From ( Xatchitochcs. W.fI!! .
tre, South New Berlin, to Notich. I Perry, cattle and East Pike, to Pike. Cofleeulle! by Oak; Hall Academy taw Agency to Columbus. Tmon Church to Pine Grove. from Harrisonbarg, by Rosefield, Copen 1rt-:4: ,I.! l
From any Cooperstown, by .M ifid, kfidd, West- rom Geneva, l by Stanley corners Benton, and ( aklan: I to Charleston.from From Jackson by Battle Springs, :Meridian From Union, by Decatur and Carlandville, hagen, Columbia, and Caldweil, to Monroe ij' i;!
ford and Decatur, to \\'Of't'.tl'r. Pennyo'i! Barrington, and Urban, to Bath. Collevville by Pine Valley, Banner Springs Livingston Vernon and Butler's to Paulding. from Harrisonburg Winnsboro. :l ::,. .".1
: From, Copenhagen, by Pinckney, Bnrnc's: From Geneva; by Juniu;:, Juniu,", Iareg: ; .;, and :Serepta to Pontotoc. Bluff to Canton. From Vicksburg, hy White House, Cardiff from IloJmsoil'e, by bayon Rouge, and ,. ",.w '...2
'Corners, WorthvillCjat'd Jack onvi1Iv, to Lorraine. clyde, Rose and Wet butler! Wolcott.. from Columbia by ford ;ville, Spring Cottage From Jackson!' by Clinton, Bolton's Depot, and Satartia, to Yazoo City. Mansura, to Marksville: .4'S'"e ,;\ ...
I From Geneva, by Stmll'corm'r!!, (;or- Rice\ille, Pentuckey, I Iti'l: ..chuitto, Edward's Depot, and Bovina: to Vicksburg. From Vicksburg to Deer Creek. from Houma, by Tfgerville Alligator, and r ; .: !r:

J' From Coming, by Campuellimvn.Savona' ham, Ru&hville!;! :Middlesex, and Naples: to Gainesville; !' ; Pcarlington and Shieldsboro to From Jackson C. II., by Elder's Ferry to From Vicksburg, by Youngs' Point: La., bayou Rammais, to Pattersonville. l'_! 4''....

: Bath, Kcnnedyfcville, Avoca, T"l'h'cliIc:\ North conhocton. : Pass Cheirtain. Pascao'ul a. :Milliken's: Bend, Pecan Grove, Tallua, Miss., from Keatchie, by blossom Hill, to Green !...
s. Creek, Co hoc ton, North Cohoeton, '\':ni -- From Gerrv to charlotte: ('('ntrc>. I from (Vurnbk! } to Monticollo. From Kosciusko:; by BtirkettPvillc, Rocky Lake Providence, La., Princeton, Miss., wood. r.,: .1. 1.:.4' ,
t ; 1ylilll': Kill: falls North' from Columbia I and Santee Point and Grand; Lake Ark. Point :Miss. from Keatchie ..:
i;, land Depot. :Springwatcr, W(vt CO1e! !", from Gilhoa, : by Wiikesburg: \\heeling, Lockhart's store to Worthington, by Pleasant Grove, and. : I
Coneeus! South Livonia: L.ke\ille, Avon, j Blenheim and Brakenben, to Jliddle1ll1r l ., William-sburg.. Lexington. Gjeenville, Columbia, Ark., Gaines's Land. Btreet, to frank's Settlement. c4'Long ;'
Caledonia, Le Roy, and Stallbrd, to Bata ; 'rom (Goshen; I by New Hampton: State from Columbia! by Pape's :Mills, Red creek, From Ko"riusko by Greensboro and Houston ing, Victoria, Miss., to Napoleon, Ark. from Lake Charles, in the pariah of Calcasien !. i r-\1: ,Jft
%ia. I Hill, Well's corners and :Minisinks\ to Port Larduien's to N5s: i is-il'pi: Citv.I to Pontotoc. From Vicksburg by Hodgson's Rolling by: water, to Mouth of Calcasiett Rir. :" ;:,

;: From Coming, by Painted p() Addison! ,' Jems. I I from Columl by Plyniouth, Hickory. From KoscSubko: by Eugefield! to Newtonsville. Fork, Col. Wick's, R. II. West's, McNntt', er,to Sabine Pass, in Texas. B ti.ft;, 'f, l

f' Rothbonesvillc, "'('!:>Addixon, Cameron /'io n Go,hen, by nip ('lJUry,"'('"t Town, Grove: Stark\ill,., Double Spring; and Pigeon. I I Deer Creek, Pixton's, and Alder Groxe, to from manny to milan, via Pendleton. fir .'t:,- ,.
Mill"! Wo!'t Canvron, East Canisto, and Unionvillo! :Mount l \ ;Salem; N. J., MiiuVmk, X. Roost to Greensboro.: From Ko"eusko! by BIufT Springs and At- Greenville. from manny by mill creek, and Toro, to lt ,}.4
Canisto, to Hornell-ulle.! York., Wells corners and State Hill!, to Go-; I fram Columbus by Prairie TIm! (local) and tata\ille.! to Richland.! I.I From Vicksburg, by Warrcnton, to Willow burr's ferry. 1"1 !

From Corning, by. Pot Creek, Hornby, s'len. .. Cra\\fordk\Hlc. to I'hcctaw Agency. Fri'ill Kosciu!'k by .inter's French Camp Springs. from manny by P. H. Montgomery, to 4 i-i : t
Beaver Dam*, aid: .vlorelind: to Watkins I /'rom G onverneur, byrgolclup l Obow.Tli i from columbus by Deer Hro.k.: Mnf! on, and BankMon to Greensboro.; From Vicksbnrg, by Warrcnton, Warren- p. h. Dillon's. .i..! "j' t 'ii:!
irom Cri1ndt'illag! by Mcfiraw(; : *\ille, I "%resi, W'est Theresa: and Oilcans: four i Pal k\illo/ (Gholson;\ DeKalb and Black Wajter From La Grange: Tenn., by Moore's ton, Grand Gulf St. Joseph's, La., Rodney, fr_Mansfield: by pleasant grove to Pa- ) ..

Freetown Corners, and Eat rree1o\\u, to comers: to Lifargevill1.7'rom ; :4 to Iale\ille. Cross Roads: :Mntarnara! t Bone Yan'', :\1 i"S., Mis., Water Proof, La., :Matchez\ Miss., laski, Texa&'V: ;

Texas Valley* (;rent Bent, by carthage: and Deer I t from Columljii* Waverly' West Point, Kossuth, I Danville, Jacinto, Cartcrsville, fort Adams, Reed River Landing, La., St. from .,, t
a From Conlanut, Vi'.hke, by :McGaw-uIle River, to Dennntrk. :Siloain;; and Palo ,\Ito to I llou I "ton. Cripple; D.vr Bn/zanl's Roost, Ala., and francisville, Waterloo, Hermitage, Port I Hudson from mansfield to Logansport. .j! J'j\; ...i.

Solon, CincinnUus: [ i':1.\J.r, Pitcher, I'.teher From gowanda: )( J Porrysburg, Na&h\ille. f from Cotton Gin; Port bv" Bclunrl'san, (;ates\'ihle, to Tn,cumbin. Lobdell's Store, Baton Rouge, Brulee, from mansgeld by grand cane, Keatchie : ,1.,
Springs Pnarsili!i i and IV>)t.m. to .Norwich. and Hanover, to fredonia. Ituren, fulton, Ciimminjs\ilh{: ()/ark: Marittta. From Naurenrp, by Camargo, City Point, Landing, Landing, Manchac, Plaquemine, ann blossom Hill to greenwood. Hi. .
4 From COVPM; 1. )r\v Ouak Sit; )<;s and ;: From Gieat; bend, by Em'sIil:\!i:] to hickory Plainind Burton' 'to .T.-u-iti- W, Tisbiirj!:. Old! Town Pr..ck F.lli.fnu.-n Ibt>r'\'i1e.: Rayon (Ionia New Rivpr. TVinalH.sonville from m n&flplrt by Durham'*, aud gunL ,,
Dean's corners, to l dh1rn'Cl"rnH". I flench:) creik. to. .Molirrs. and C'layeville, to Riplev. Tureaud Convent, Bonnet Carre, Williamson's to Shryveport. :; :;t
From Coxsai-Lis i hy Medway, Grocnvillo! nomn:1ntb/ : by Wept Perrysburg and from Danville by farmington and :Monterey From Leaks\ille, by Vernal, to Cross Edgar, 'fa)lor, and Labranche's: Landing, to from mill creek by Anacoca to bear bone.&l
South Wcsteilo, atiJ Norton: Hill, to Oak: Smith's :Mills\ to Silver cn.(k. Tenn. to I I:iuuhu rg. Roads. New Grleans. from Minden,by bockhorn, boou'g landing ( 1 f
11 ill. I From rene, by gc.wamId; Srnitlnille!! I from D.ileville by :Marion\ and Winfield to From Lnxington, by Bolingrecn and Emory From Watefcrd, by Pink Hill, to Milton. Ringold! Iverson, Coushattie, chute and ; .;w 1,

From Cuba: by Black creek and Rr cKville flats and Eat german, to :McDonough.F ) ,: Quitimn.from' : to :Shongalo. From Westville, by Old Hickory, to Ral camyti to grand encore ?: t'tij5
to Belfast.: 'on: greenwich, by) Batten\iile, Eactgrenwich I Ih: l'\ill by Kemper's Spring and Mar- from Lexingten' to Trhula. eigh.From from minden by bfstenlau, bossier's point :. 3
rrom Cuba, by Rawson, Jl'i!hford, rair-: to Sal -m. keeta to I'ai nevilleia.. from Lexington!. by franklin: lo Richland. Westville, by New Dublin, to Mon and Ollmore to belleview.from ,, :Ii er3..

view, Freedom, Samluky. tnd China, tc "rrm: greenport. 1.S.. ng Harbor: and ". from DeKalb by Waholock and brooklin from !Louisulle;: by PirrnishookNoxapater!\ ticello. minden by Allen's settlement, flat ; ;r
Yorkshire. hri'l!
From Cuba, by West Clarksville and W5tCenesee I IV.rn gr?.m ill.-, by Middle I i granxill, tnCmmtor I j from Dear brook by brooksillc: to Choc. from Louisulle by II ay tie's Mills, (no office :Monroe, and Enon, to Augusta. Ark.from f ;
to Portvillc. k's Landing.:: I tlWgellcy.. ,) to Crawlords\ille. From Wi'liamsburg, by Bu:>ker Hill and minden by fairvfew to beZ/eview. t:1-"l:
From .land Rotterdam, Maria- froin Ka from :Macon Prairie Point to Pickcns- Fairmeunt, to Raleigh. from monroe, by Trenton, forkivi/Ze
From Cuba, by llind dale, to Olean.] guilder by >tport by Highland, bay Ppring:: by- ,grove '!
From Dansville, by O.-tian, : Whitney"* >Valley yule, Minavillii! and fort Hunter, to Tribe's! I Cotton Rrdgc, 1lt: ':11///') Will, fulton, I Ironwood yule, Ala.! From Williamsburg, Oakohay and Pinne- hill/ Vienna, Quay, Arcadia. "..:'i* .J.!t

; ., and Bird&all; t,;Allan. I Iii I UI.! I bluff! Smithvillc and Cottage Gin Portto fromlalcom: by Cade\ille, (no office,) to ville, to EHisville.!; from monroe by Onachita city, Lindville, ;1 : 't

From Dansville, by Scottbb'irg: :and Wf From ITamiHon! I by LcSiainon.gpiriretowntcetic. I .\},('IIII'.n. \Iead\ille. From Williamsburgr, by :Mount Cannel Spring Hill, and Marion, to farmersvi77e :._:. .-I t:.,
Conesus, to Conesu .\1 ( South At&etie, and Linklean, to I .from! 1 II import Pleasant, : Valley Tenn totyu1eS'flri from Magnolia J by :Milldale to Vicksburg. Monticello:\ to Brookhavcn. from monroe, by Redmouth, Winnsboro *.:4L's
From Davenport: by North Koriright, and Pitcher Springs : !> ) from Mead\lle! to Hamburg.} From Winchester, by Red Hill, to Tay- butler and mount bayou to St. Joseph's. t'j
: Harpcrefield, to Stanford. Frhm Himbnr: ,Water Valley! Whites from Hi\ette I by Step'ien's Cross Roads from Me-mphis/, Tenn., by Olive Branch, torton. from monroe by Spring place, bastrop 'l= ;u's:
: From Dear Park, by Vet Hills and Dix corner, Eden, collins and Angola, to gowan- ; and Lebanon} : to I'i 'gah Miss., :Mount Isabel!, bhalia) and Red banks, From Woodvillo to Hopewell Church. and P7antersviZ7e to Hawkin's Landing, Ark. 'rr-:=:; r.. ... I'

{i Hills!!, to Commack. d. from french call1-;, hy Wilcox and New to [Holly :Springs. From Woodxille, by Percy' Creek, to from Monticf by Point Jefferson, and ...:.: ,.; ,

| From Delhi, by Kortright, to Harpersf I from IIavor: ::!raw to daI1otown.:: Proppctto t Louisxillofrom : from Mississippi;! city, by A. Ramsay's fort Adams. Prairie mer Rouge, to bastrop. :....:, .
t't f field. From I hart'siilage, I by Washington and fulton by l'leasantonoCanv! burle- to Jackson C. I H. LOUISIANA.from from Natchitoches, to She/byviZ7c, Texas, .4'W' :;"' 4
I De by Linklean, Union Valley Little Rest, to Dover. son and t.ll'rlll"'o to Itus-fMlh.J fromlonti.1r! by Benjamin Beater's and Albany to Shreveport.from from Natcbitoches by many, and mansfield t jo t'
1 I nom,Pittntr Rnyter,Taylor, Cincinnati! Willet an
Upper Lisle, to Whituey's Point Elwood'sbridire: colchcbter, l't'p:1C-: Richmond, cm:!rgo, harte\.j1Je. Prairie Mount ..Monticello hy Providence, Nimrod, vIle\ \ Mansura, Moreau\ille, and Simmsport, New Iberia: by Pare Perdue, and Ab'i"; '..
M'OM DC Ruyt I Otselic, Srm-rna ton and cabin hill, to Delhi. I anti Dix creek to I Houston I Georgetown: Saudi let's Mills and Pearl Riverto to Red River Landing.from bevi/7e to Perry's bridge. j: -
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t'I' Sierburne and Columbus to New Berlin. From Hancock, by Rock Rift,Wa'ton: and (from fulton by Cross Roads! Luey's 3hihl" :Newton. Alexancria: by Hineston, Walnut from New Orleans, by Red River Landing !.J.; ; i4
!t n>omJDeposit.bySanfordValloiiiiSpng3; : Hampden( tu Delhi. I and fulton to Thompson's[ :Store:; from :\apc.lconrk.., by BoHrerHs: ., to Hill, Liberty Creek, and Huddleston, toBurr's Alexandria and Grand Encore to Shreveport ? { '

South BahiHdge, ville and Cheshiret From I Hempstead' Depot, Ly Roslyn! :nil 1 ; from Gains\ill; by carbun and Pass chris. c.lencoo; ferry. from New Orleans to Carrollton. !f:, '
[ c Coventry
t VJIe! to Oxford. cedar Swamp, to glen cove.I t t han: to Jli-i-! il'/i|, citvfrom from :Natchor, II.PlI"ctinC'. ; Kingston! from Alexandria! by Sonet, Winffeld, Saline /rom New Orleans to bura's settlement in ? '. :
From Deposit Barbrttrville.Masomille:'\! I From llei kimer, by Mohawk. Jordons\illo, ]II Gainsxille; to New Orleans Li Knoxville! :arid Zion Hill! .o Liberty. Mills, Pine Ridge, Saline Sparta, Mount PJaquemine Parish. .. ,!1, t:.,...
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Bennetts: >ille! i.biJge.: .} : >. E.itt: Guiiford, I Page's corners Richfield{ Springs! SclnuterV\ j i from (;tallatin: by collamer, brookhavcn: from Natchez to Churco liii!. Lebanon, and Athens, to Homer. horo from Pass New Orleans. by fort Pike, ShieZds- ..:lf t1 '.
RockJ&le,:Mount\ Upton, Whites Store :South; I| Luke, Oaksville and fly creek, to coopers-1' and! Sriiithdale to Liiurty i from Natchez by Cold Spring andood- from Alexandria: to Red! River Landing.: Christian, Mississippi city, Biloxi, i'i;: '.4b..! 14,
New Berlin and New Berlin centre, to New t( wn. I from inllattn by Pine blufT, burtonton nnd ville, to St Francisco, La. from Alexandria, by Big Creek and White Lynchburg Ala. Springs, and Pascagou/a, to Mobile .A rJ ;.
; B.riin. From Ileuvelton, by DC Pepslcr, Edtnton Utica to Edward' Depot from New Albany I by bunromb, Ellistown, Sulphur Springs to Harrisonburg. t'-i;i J' '
From: Deposit to Cannom' H('. and Popu'b: Mills to Macornb.MISSISSIPPI.. II from (;.nllat. :n by Pine,, bluff! Whi'o! Oak, Calhoun I.irmingham, Snltillo Marysville\ from Alexandria., by Cot !t>, Cloutiersvi'le: from New Orleans, by Mandevi/fe and t'hf I;J
I'lica Hall's and West fulton to fulton. Isle Breville, and Natchitoches, to Grand to covington. ." ":_
rrom De Ruyter, by North Linklean, ferry Palmvra to Warren- .I from New Orleans "'r1 '
Ecore. \:
and to Terre
South and South Aberdeen JLcintu.ia Fulton.! tom From New Albany by Popular Springs an bffuf. ..
Otselic, Plymouth, Ply. rrom to from New t. i!
{ from Gnllatin: Chestenilie to I from ,Alexandria to Sabinetown, T(>xf\q. Orloans, by English Turn to f
mouth, to Norwich.From : From Aberdeen by Pikevillo and Buena by Copiah creek and Geor ('- Harrisliurg. ',_: is 15SO
Pointe 7a ..
from Assumption: by Star, and Thiboeleaux a }late b Ie. .
\\'estviliefrom New La. to gail1es"i1lt"lis ,
Dickinson centry, I by Dickinson, \']llta! to Houston. towu to from Orleans, from New t,..'.; '-4
Moira, and Bombay, to Fort covington.: From Aberdeen by Comargo, harrisburg (nIl: tin by Linden, Pino blu.T! and )
:McGees'bridge. \ from Atchafalaya to big bend, in Avoyelles to Estee D ee I t'se s.
California to t-
; ) <:
burtonton to Port (Gibson from Oakland
by 5'-1:
From Dover, by Arm-ma and Leedbville, to an.l! ICllistown! to Ripley.l'io from New Orleans r
Sharon. ) Aberdeen by Houston! Greensboro! from Gallatin: by Raysvillo: Monticello, Parish. by Lafayette: city. ij j f
Hill lIolrnf' \"ille Oxford :Mount\ Silvan, blrming-I from baton Rouge, by Plains Store, Mount from New Orlean3, by fIeitali',and Wilker.
From Dunkirk, by rredonia: Laom: Cas.aadaza. Kilmichael, Ceralvo, Shonglo, Franklin and Hope Palettino! La and from by Willing, and Jackson to Clinton. son's, to francis Moreau's- '!l'

Gerrv. and Vermont, to J all 1I.1>1u\\"n. Benton__ to, .Ynzzno. .City._ ,.. n I franklingtim from iholson; to cuviuirton' Herbert ham r,___.and_, r\Sprinpport_r.l.: ? I)...to:",Punole. I from baton Rourre.. by. Robsrt. lIo! ton'f;.. in from New River to Live O. TL .!.i"I'.+t
Detroit by battlefield, Evergreen fllill'IIt1U III I :.U" C3 ---
( Athens, I
Pitch From Aberdeen
rrom qunk.irk..0 ) hy \lumey "plUng
: Fronu,0-a.t Chatham, \by Chatham: and Giubb Springs and! Hamilton to Abet,'een. 1..0\'t1'8, Chuukeyvillc and Enter. from Oxford, by College Hill, Lnpomba: Livingston Parish, Coelk, the french Settlements from OpeZousas, by 31 id way, PZaquemine t'A %
Roads C ckrum, and bayou barbary, to Springfield.from brulee Lake charles, and bear bone ballew's 1 .
Maiden' Bridge, tx =Nassau." : From Augusto to Enoii High School. piifto' to Quitman Tiro, flewdJTI's! Cross to -
; rrom EUzabethtcmn, by K;>ono, North J:I. From Augusta\ J4eaf liver, McLeod's from Gr.urd Gulf; by Port Eib"on, Oakland {Cieorgia; and Pleasant Hill!, Memphis:\ baton Rcuge, by Cock, to Spring- from ferry. I
; ba, Harrietstown, and ::)Arruand, tritsville. Me.- Cross Roads and Jackson C. H. to !Mobile\ College, Rodney and fajelte to llamburf Tcnn. fit:Id. Pecan: grove< by MonticeZJo, and 1
f Ala. from (;t-ci-horo by lullfontaine, Hope- from Oxford by Delay and Dallas to Se from baton Rouge, by burlington, Stony Point.J'tierson to Mnnroe.

rrom Elmira, by East Veteran, and WettCayuta From by flint Crefk" Pass Cluis- well, henela, Erin, Houston Huulka and Red repta. Point, and Dennis Mills, to Greensburg.from from Perry's bridge to Corse's Mill. -1-'
to Ithaca.j'rom tain and to Biloxi. Land to Pontotoc from Oxford by Caswell and Liberty Hill, heIlt! >view, bv, Rocky Mount, andPineville from Pine Ridge in Wynn Parish, by
Mies'usippi City
Elmira, by rairport, PiM Valley, From Beaver Darn to Macksville. from Grenada by Cakland, Panola and to Lafayette Springs. to Walnut Hill, Ark. grays store to mount Lecanon. $
Millport l Croton corner, and Havana, to From BeUcfontaiio: Grenada to Farm. HernanJo:! to Memphis Term from Panola, by [Halifax. Monfhalia! Como from belleview, by Deck's Orchard Grove, from PZaquernine by Gros Tete, and Liro- ill
Watkins. Ville. froin Grenada by Troy and Preston to Tntt's'iIllUernllldo, and Entaw tofl.mphis LancBvillr, !Myrtle Dale, and Dorcheat, to nia to Point coopee. .

';. nom Elmira, by North Chaining, and 1 From Bellefonthine to Oxford by Piltbborou Charleston.from ) Tenn. Magnolia, Ark. from Point coupee to faussee rivers ; ,'
Erin, to Cayuta ;.;h.1n.m. Grenada by Duck Hill, Albcmarie, from Panola! l'y Long Crt'ckI'g'e's! from burr's ferry to Huntsville, ie Texas. from red river Landing to fort Adams, Miss vw
From Elmira, by South Port, Seely Creek, nela by Pittborough and Hnrlford State-land and! Lods to ( rt'enshoro bridge and Buck Hill, to I'ofTeevillc.! from Charington to bayou Chine. from Red River Landing, by Simra. port ; r -:
Webb's Mills, French Mills (!l'it.: ,) Daggett'b to bar epta. from Grenada by Providence Caverdnle, from Paulding by D nville, beaver Dam, from Chvnej!; by Hnddlaston, to burr's cheneyviZZe, Hineston! Hinesvi/Ze, Anacoca, itf q "

Wills and Rutland, to Mansfield. From Benela by I Kens Bridge, Big Creek. Lindsay's Creek, bdlefontaine and Little Winchester, Leaks\ile! Wagoner's Rest ferry. and Anacoca ferry to burr's ferry.
nom Elmira, by rairport, Millport, and and Jones's :\ to CofFcevillo. black to fame. Ala., io Mobile. from Clinton, by Rose Hill, Miss., to Lib. from Red River Landing by Union Point, Ml '
Havana, to Salubria. From Benela to Pilt Loro. from Grenada; bj Lefllore, greenwood and from Paulding to Rileigh. erty. fainiew, Vidalia, Rifle Point, and Water .
from Erie, (Pa.,) by Phillipsville, ,,'nH. From Benton by Lincoln, Brenvillo and Yazzoo city to \'itkstmrgfrom : from PauKiing by Claiborne, to Elli!';\illp. from Clinton, by Woodland, Darlington, Proof to St. Joseph's. 1 144

burg, Marvin, N. Y., Clymer, Clymer centre, Satartia 'to Claibor villc. grenadr: by graysport and Suboughly from Pauldimr, by Hough Store, Enterprise Greensburg, Sangnpaho, and! Sibilia, to i from Red River Landing, by chetieyvi77e, 4-1
; Panama, Ulockville, Harmony, Jamestown, From Benton to Yazoo City. to IIope well and Sageville to! Daleville. franklinton. Hineston, Huddleston and burr's ferry, to &
Levant, Poland centre Falconer, Randolph, From Biloxi by Mi&sisbippi City to Pass from grubb Springs by Hamilton to Aberdeen from Princeton te Point Worthington. from Columbia, by Mount Pleasant: Cas- I, HuntsvIZZe, Texas.
Eut Randolph and Napola, to Little \hl Christian. : : from Pontotoc, Cherry Creek, Taulyville, tor, brooklin, Vernon, Dugdcmonia, and I from Red River Landing to Greanwood,
; ley. From Biloxi by Linchburg and Jackson from Hamburg by MeadvilJe, McCall's New Albany, Cotton Plant, Orizaba, and Qua, to Homer. via Lewisport cheneyviZZe, Alexandria, Nat
!ii, FrOm Ease to Ch&rlottt't.( .) C II to Mobile Ala. creek and frieadbhip, to brookhavenfrom Kijiley to La Grrngo, Tenn. from Columbia, by Redmoulb, Ion, and chitoches, and Mansfield to Grescwood. II.j.

nom rarmingdale Depot, by Amityvilte I From Bollon's Depot to Raymond.! : Herbert by fort foot, Oktibheha, Dale- from Pontotoc, by Popular Spring, Ellis- Jones ferry, to Point Jefferson. from Red River Landing to burr's ferry. ;
and South Oyster Bay, to Jerusalem South. From Brandon by Pilahatchee, Ludlow' villo, Sauderdnle Springs!, Zero Ala, Livingston town, Calhoun, CarrolM'le, and cross ridge, from Columbia to Harrisonburg. from Red River Landing to HuntsviZZe,
rrom Fi61u r'., by Mendon, and Mendon and Balluchtah to Carthage. bluff Port and forkland to greensboro to Jacinto. from. Columbia, by Winfield, to Grand Texas; intersecting Great Western )fail. -

centre, to Honeoye Falls. From Brandon by Westvillo and Dry from Hernando by greenleaf and Hancock from Pontotoc by Tallabinelia, Prairie, Ecore. from Richmond, by bayou, and Macon, tq. -
From rshkill, by :Shcnadoah:; and Kent to Creek to Williamsburg. to Chulahoma Mount Okolona, amd Lawrence to Aberdeen. from Covington, by Sun and Shady Groveto Warsatv.
Carmel. I From Brandon by Raleigh and Garland- from HilUboro l IIY Decatur, Evergreen, from Pontotoc, by Toccopola and Lafayette forksellle. from Richmond by Young's Point to Vicks-

From rishkill by BrinkerhofT, Johnsonville, sub to Quitm.in. Sookalina] Narion, Alarnucha, gaston Ala, Springs to Oxford. from Covington, by Parkersville! Lima, burg, Miss.
0mg onville,1 Gsyhead, courtlandtvillo and From Brandon by Polkville, Trenton, Raleigh black lluffferry (no oflico) and Jefferson to from Pontotoc by Wrightsville, Rocky and Pail River Landing, to Gainesville, Misa. from Richmond by New carthage, and -

'j fitormrille, .Pouhquag. ) Pineville and Montrose to })aulding.l Linden ford, coriicrsville, Miton! and Maple Springs, from Deer field to Ion. Ashwood to Grand Gulf Miv. -

) rom rifihkill Lauding, by Mattcawan: : 'rum Bran Jon by Grcenbush, HilUboro, fiora: Holly Springs ly Pink Hill and betb.f to Oxford. from Docrfield, by Pugh'a, Dallas, and [To BK CoT&cv21.j] -

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Speaking to the Point I The Journal f Commerce remarks of the Knr'Towc, OetoW &.-C Ucm
: \ -'k tpi: >n us as tlwy pvsst-il by oo tho other side The "Annexing" Spirit an eighth of a cent, and Mi<*dlint OrlcaM

: c1'IOtjyjflfl t JOUr1thI. 'J Ian, usve UK- to.uvthe tiuitl.er reoiprocal nssistti The annexation rp'uit of our Western Tke Fec'.ional: disunion course of the late elections in the fiee States at PI cenu per pound. Ohio Fkmr' wag VM wnrth

aie, 5r t vtt.t ) : i fron: the E361 ra ccti"u 'f the careful state that c9 12 fO 44 M 1.
Xoithern Whigs, is opening eyes ol many The Anti-Nebraska papers are fo a per > Spirits of Tnrpentioe V
j our O'I) SUt vb.it have TT ti from tK brethren! teems to have communicated iiself
< erpct
-- -- Iwo out of the live ekIifliJPt- ftr reelection in IVimhvlvania. worth 50 cent per gallon and Crude f4 60
Southern 7VIc less much less fur Southern who are at last discovering per fckiWHEBIAH /
even they & Whigs, Nebraska
t TALLAHASSEE : 'l" to a few ii: our own section, as \\U1 IK' seen who voted/ the Kill, ore defeated. -
I1.!* South f 10.11 Pnic'la l> even that that the Only friends the South has in hit forget to add that three out of the ieu can Florida R. .A. Chapter No. 1
-----U.- it hath. If they could only transmit a oeituiu Iiiwr bythe communication below. Our conespondeut -
the Bill libewwe de-
diditte* who voted affain are with surprise and tic
man of their ctiou is'to an Al-i: >ldiu, with a l the free States aie to be found in the ranks regret publication. jn .t
f-jnrtli the
favoia the \Vt
Batnrflaj SoTCiatcr IS51 lopping off of the t, f.-atetl ; not to menti a in ncrcoa of Mr.
; Florida Sentinel of October
dcrf lu-iiinary, he would frjn j>-'rt our Navy Yard, Tuesday, -, ig _
of the Democracy as witness the follow ing Chandler '>f Philadelphia vrl-o, Imvinj; fic-en i.tipere. r
Diiek Permanent Wl.atf. with the pro\is > that the 3Iiddle sball! be allowed ,
FRiting etcetera, etceteIB Convention in his district floe tingas we conceive, ia a harsh an4
dod the noniiratinp ran nnj
ts' to the outtT end of the ]Vniu.ula, and l.-cate it to unilo her destinies with Geori.Vc' ." ll.it-spoken feentimetits from the HcrnandnP4S. a independent by enmlidate but was uusuiccr-ful. Of ncr upon the character a worthy and

:, Th trrnn erncnt niado with. Mr. Wan bt Key this West city inces; fir, we iiUetuUv ire informed] U-low that his zero ojini.T.wf vtt.tl l 'for the Bill five panion: Therefore,

it thutut\ oU tusinesi ofb the tue were nomi-iited! for re-ele-tion. TU : Florence, Jonot,
ncoe tary ( ) within Artillery cf the Tiopies.Jfow AKOLITIONIS1L Retolvtd, That the editor of the Sentinel U
tang the MiJJle well content end of these the fi rut
very as a noitun' lacker. IJiMu; nrd Wright ;
W sl tip totb lit cf Octultr. We bare large the aboit* gooa U piove that we rue, rrreartirfllily The nbo1itioiiat Chicago li fiwed tn hear Ju.Jge three re-elected. Of the H member wln voted cd to publish in Lie paper a request thai tit

it&i4 toc-unU due us, the hard anra. of yuaru. nud we repudiated l>\ t the Southern nnJ Li.ctun tic and no -. cry inconsiderable portion nt tl :it, Doiiifl.ith'oiyh 1 H cpcerh. We rtt-kon the hot sh tfljw axwt nre the 1'iII!!, seven were re nominated viz, Dick. withhold their opinion in relation to the

:a raiwt enrnostly hope that tln..e to vliom) tills ire sent, lions i>f our *>Tn ttnte, tliru l ituui r.ilutcJ tour.ids us ? I.IKMI resorted to the di raerly method of hi-
., i l. will r.9)Ud| promj]>tly. Accounts v ill I* innde out Some t-lghtetn n.wtths since a racni 'nfury gler.mof or the Middle would be in the shU'!; t ti di : 'v ant griv.uituj* in r>rder to ilpn"e him. We have theee the first fonr are ic elected. Tlio proportion P. P. Smith, until the Conference, wblcn
of iac.li cla. re-nominated, is nearly equal a* -
4\; : for full years, and wlen the money it received the pn>{rrctik>naioe uu the Iiciizi'U cf this i>ld oity, i degree bent filled by a change of ii-Iatior.h, never If cii nn huirer: of Dt1lt as .1 politician nora ,, i nd th* proportion of the n nomincea elected posMbl of January next, decide LU guilt or fonownet.

'b proper entries T.I11 be made in th lH.>oLs >f xL i.tw fjr it was currently lejortoJ unJ gencinlly fi t! unmcdiutc <-"tiinn-ici-iiuit ff n yuat ,iirud, and we must confess our regret at KnowiPi; !has our \varm.>#t jriwrMthir*. He certainly dt-s rves isi-h cla is n tiearly njoal n.s noi By TATlOJ,
oncera. Bills will be sent ti-rongh} thf pupcr, anitht In Indiana ant Ohio) the influence of the "Anti- Fla.R.A.
: cuniu'ctin us Vii'h inn l ands to the civ i>f Sa\&n- that there are usvho! de&ite soc'.i the > I vi-lm .f "u'Jtt-rri people for lit-t ieeitf-
among NtLraka the eL-ctir-ns
L La forwurdsJ ridc.CIIAIILTh3 any excitement" REPfUYY
at may prove
'ur b-
money may nah, laicriij nl n.: il.t.uh Middle I'loiida, jiassinj: f .it i mb-'l.Mfof t th-'CunVitntiorral) ri: ht? of the South.W upon
to We tell bettor
have Iw-cn
E. DYKE. near Tallahassee, tie Ci 'itJ uf 01:1 Stnt -, was n foregone a change : l'li 've that: ho \\ill\tt Hiisiain himself l ef.r.-.- j.i eater, or it may not. can Worms I Worms Ic. I IT
when "We it will
*& ; '-a __-_ -- conchiM n. Imn! >eJiali-y! ufter this must .. -f 1'ilii.oi If "he dor* r.ot the South will TVC tee th- figure? r guess
1 grUilvii. JIcs.su-;. Eurrnus-T live oWrved recently, that! ti! ) 1' j turn out that the defeat of of the Democratic Various theories have been
; .. inVlli ciiee nppr.-ired i.i the puU'.ie priss. >IUM'. [ hive |1..t l.t-r ithle'-t! f"lidfr from the free HMte-. j i many started1 relit .
The \Vr.kulla Times ol WtdnwJiltt: theie i mid the \Vc.tm i c.indidatos wr* rather ultribiitabfe to a grand coniI to the origin of intestinal worm* imd
tlie inot powt-iful wiitus in tl.u) State >f I'londii' a sti'tug grov* J dUp'citi.Mi :n I-tii'cr.itie CoJrtJsi' n ** )ho voted for the Nl>riska: i I yet flu -
contains a letter fiom Key West, dated Oct. uroj, iu TnUihastfec, usrl ouucJ the nbur.l idea t-t <- i art of this State, t. he uiait-ked t-> the State ofAlalmna. iil1. are to )h. \e a sturmy tune i-f it U-f re th< ir r<-- j I, ground, riz.of all hatred the inis.th up Im.cra->n thi their end only common etill n vexed one among medical autbonj cone
to this
V2d, wl'.Uh states tat! the Steamer 7-a5Z.! J running the loa 1 thtou li 1'ioiiJa to IViisuevla. JS'oI Thin ft-i-Iii./has: ) br&-n ii..i.lli: U-d o-i io.>:ethan t-.4 (-.11 eointituc'i-ir judi-iiiir fjoni the aftivity, (.f j j :l.eir only clrinre t>f sucrr s, \iz, a pull,altogether.upon If fact however, all! are infbrmed dn i LiCI
the fatal t-f the
i nature influence
ifes euJ he, in: th mt I hmti"iH t th.-ni. We ree- rkey
tmjt'iuMo langm K-t the : I'll-1 njtuii! hope
t ; (dulfteritii.iiH t tie pie con : cierten
l.te nud : in the j by i.lioulil! i the hand
one <*cc.ifiou of efj'din'.ly tx- uny ;po-wlfllity they git upper f.-r children. At thi of the
from Chatleston for Ilavr.nrin LuJ br 4.cn of the S n.iih l-e turned to season year die
4i ( naiii.i! .i.I l (lie it St. ilaiJ.* ii .vithile 8 that rvfry one may a time, it ineds lit, seer to fo't t II that th would attackiof
LI her shaft, and would have to be lowed bad. I I'uis.iCi'U is Uio ri-ui'ite. n'i-l it will c-'st some luind- tu1t! W U Ft n-.tiva h.ts i.-k; l n t>;nt l h.r ,n.in-1, ITat C.irrrt'. Tlii-t F"iniliku Dnn'w-ratic talk to In- i wwfl quarrtl arimn? tliem.At-lvef", Ijfinjf like< > u cor.trlomcrati"ii cry- worms nr* most frequent iu well a most daofffroDt

; ted thouKind) : !'>)llinsr n.jiito, t4 nnin-ite (he i(lUd! K'Mft m nio p(i'j'le tl.MC hive t>pr s fJ a \vjh tnALlmr.il i.irir dein-vnits elected over xvhics ? It i no time (>if pebbles) without natural cr>he ioo, and We take rent plenoore io directing the atfrntioor/

to Chailesion. Tlra vessel was afth.- ,lit that ijoa'Cil!: city 4-f t the a uf. In.tljinjj: I tlie nud lit ne antxi1 to :nd, Kive gi gt.uJ in itan 1 oij il>l /)i1lvi'flitif.i, vhen tin* cnnstituiionj k -pt tojjeth) by mi ontTsprd l pri-s.Mire. ouly parent to the Vermifuge of Dr. M'Laue. It i ii onrf

t The accidont occurred f ttfl ;.tnriii Ii.'ic, at : a1rea.iv ve 1.ave it-.lf nttncurd hy liien irh-ryini in tl.e nan.e. ofhif While) it is udruittf I that the the most extraordinary modicmes ever introducedta
j number
er respects. on the io.isor.5 1Sit.. I, f.-r .tie, rui in, Ovor ''f the pr jct, I I'iti j : oprxwnfsi the public, and has never failed of < ,
( rokd to bt. J-IuI I .Via That's not the Tihie, that we have u ves wb j
le.tl'ng s, r.u that: Port i iequ.I. is \\ ; ery pn to the Nehr.ffc.i fill in the del ati to the j \
21cL A plot boat wns tent to her asiiitance if intup n r. to JVasacoh. fc>outi, Ilus-t io.7 1 i!.i tLtt l.t f-re the te.I.e' I f." 't'H5 next will! For fale n.t all the Dreg Store* in Tallabauee' uj

:-4 to take the passengcra to Havana. lluiolFJi'riJ i t3i>Cu M'd the tulct.' j nd all) u:;n oil iii! -ce, the rej-i n coneu.t j 1 anjMil f
J'w; : _ _ thnt to ciake: r. usjm.i ll.e ti-yi.i'iua; IQV any iu.11!. I i tint Mi:I.14II.i : rini.i.i i my: uati-LtrtIt-ti.Jt! itliO&.orgia. !' t-> whii! wo v.oul.1 he r.\p>B" l. by f-illowi'ijj ti.tI from the pflir. Sifitfit i i' t<> }1.< noted tt.nt not 4.1 2w
fiom I any eictii-n cl aiiy Sta'v, vj in-t to Lo us t-r- I i-it 1.o:1--: !. h.t p.- ii.g-iieeI, 1.tiiu-r, iurr frte who
would 1 vted the Uill .
one !!
: 1 :tppriL-bI 1 thtre would I IK- ii' tiliEcnlty in I very ave ngaJii.it nt.jin
: Annexation of Peasacria to Alabama. t.LioI l Icr a in i ..ci.t an J tLe rpp *iti.n of the ttn-n j! (q'.r.* ,.n-I 1 ,lc.lm"ni-K Tl.p Noithcrn whig- with ounif.al =urtv.iM! fl.-er.l. It nicobe OBITUARY.
I \r te liar .
: : h'.JJ* of 15It.t i.1. we Vtlih;! Li.it.r! 1 u- ( iu-rdlhe I.lJt .uig (i.e c..tte4t tif (h'i I'. t h neq i..it .r, i'f I in npt'ii: <-. M ti.I 1 n-fn-f, to uo i-ito the) Saratoga Con- j I presumed that the Soulurn delfpfitli-rn to the The Silrercord of life is loonej and s1Bowl

The two papers ia PeniGuoli: me onjya oin iiHljrul t C.i.irV: s Midd'e K.''i ui i i.i i, nn 1 tin1I Vi-i.ti"1! vi.-ie rl! tl e rn'i -luvery < I Ie1it'bI in'etntnl ; vi'-xt C'oi.jjits* w iI! be unr.niiir.iis egairt Rerval.lhe ._ "

discussing and advocating the! annc-xatlj.:: S..vith. I I tit: "n.i-in >f I't-r .ilrea Iv \\If] it-ii.iiin tii th fitf:! tfMex'co. f vet i'-.t In li'gh. Iwii'-i:,'I.t! ziv1\ jur iLifl.n 1 cvc-n liUfr? which, trtmuj IvaniA. Ohio i- 1 token.
:4- TLtw! it will oe seen thut I Ii Ule I'loiiJa tr>o. tur:. t -plj.ie I!) ::,'p.c1.ut-tt.. ::n.1 p-F' fl-4.t.t.fla! bar1y! Mid. Indiana jiri.'r Irs. CATIIARINC BifiD i 1.* no mores b.t.tt
1 of that : The t: ttl t.J'f the third nr'M-n tftheOon 'I : -ctitrJive nfld.-il nothing
city to Alabama.Vc copy a'i .irti t! e co'J fl-'i-j'! In-1<- I'HV VrsT..-ihfij!: nh),<-. kt rs: > ?< u \7hit bt'ir thr.n tl.e Sarat4a: f.Hi. i.'f.Tl.M i to the An'i I>"tlrLa ftr -jth! i:, th'it lodv. most pi-nful and protracted! illness, which she bo

cle on the subject from the Gazc'.ic bvlmv. iii'Uv! tirjt.iif: il.oald t.i! tet tile ti-ci -I 4 (.f ''tr tltuti 'ii < f l!.? Unzttd Sr.ttk i i intlf", 'Hn* jnify tli-f O'e* if'r: a r<*pial 1 i tli" compirlulnitli
(iMi-gatii Inn tl'c nm Srutf'* 1th. with the patience of a and the
; .St.te.. r.uv- J in.: r *nl.tr the ''auiut in i. --- -- 41 New Hai: s IT-.V: leu liiu-; by th* O.. }.'rr** "''-j .1 the F'ii'i; ; e SI in- !.:"crei, b'iri'i.t; .>f l tLe! i! int'f-it th.- 'vb..! > martyr, rew'gnation i ichrirtun of s
The rcrnaiLs of [ ; rcrrr9. a e, w fne nn rea fn'if "
our coiitnporarv border hard j jon I ny l>'i\e KJ ii-f l> r u*, ciu: wiiUe i.-'ttii'< !! of iw, to il.H L'noi. l.iit n"v S'a'r 11 i.1 l U- f.ir.. di j jtitti .M5"itii: i O<> !{ ro'.iir.,1 i j [io> ii,< n to j ny iriiic | >r b.:lie;ing that) a in.-.j->rity ')fth nf Tt 1f-. >fJlrpre'ertar'Tp She k'1' asc-ep! in .TeRus," on (lie morn

the querulous. Why comj lam of tlu' n'i i would di-c..rJ us 1.8 cl itrv.htl! < I j iir: nitwlf V.'l.iu. I'rt-fft.ii.r.r will b.- i.i : ivnr -f re't<.riiij! the Mi*. ing of the 23th in&t. She has left a most devoted and

(| the Slate e'I J \\ hkhe ure n co.i.;"> nnt pait, jet 'i'.S niiv ;itt tie 1 1in i d l I v the ju ctlo-i! cf trro t i ni"1 AUihtioj.i'.f/i) ; 4 a'.l the t-'iin" tu It } tIe ;jirtyi i.ri affVctIuiu: hasbanl and
3Iiddlo and other sections of > State fjrdo1ing ( f' cnnproini: [ e : nid if by chanswli a niffri'y fondly attached relative?
tu 1 tb >y will :i' t agici.to K-t us g-. 1.1 eie. un i j 1:10 1 Stat' or psrts '.f .'3:. te5, \-;'h..Ut tl.e n tfti.! <.t tin |i thit we vvii't go will, \vcr.ue u > v. hat i.-ui f it fh'-u'd 1 be ft'iL i. it wit! be b'tb! (
< t-n'iiely ni-iviiii-g) n* rnd dear friend for her.
:; r.otlsing for Pensacola ? It is natural j jthr.t orij-'jileJ fortuii* vih n nitf .d.t State, ihit. vlihi L.-i-I t t. of t.e! SLttC.ktI! ned, ,. vt .' 1 li"in*_ IfXoithir'i I I't-f'.Tr.-it: FU'iTTr j',hei.e'; i thf> Sttiate nnd the Jlxmitivf will contirue t'> be in many to mourn
'! the l.indlv }hau.l cf wt.xl fJIov: tLj: > uiav r..ux' us t -nr ri-jht sin 1 our i.-'i-r't*. U-ttt-r ti! ii, >( t itlni From friends end relatives none were ever removed*
: faror
of the law it .
the Thf
Last should Cr&t ]luolc to their own'ndvantage as st.fJ< State el'f-twnis.
Z- iu>:". o'-r etciizdiiiu. j 'iii i j r 'U'i.ti; : :n, i it viI: i be fctp, d -M nt imp'-''' Vhi.4. TTC will pn-tii'i Xi'rth'-rn DeincriatThe thus} fir, will a ; in cir rail-toad iuvcstniei'ts tLeyi j Allve iik :ro-i the State cj FloriJa i is t to cut t:> \ tiMe: i< p.* hinij ".hm! 'LtI. rn j ,">pe! nu-t from .
or r'.nu, j in th of tljj niin-xtti n, t' J l.a ? r<-nth} in the Sena'e. In Ohio, a Nebraska Scnitl -
j w.iy < jmsed
: I oil ht tlo! HIx'k: Vttr }li it ->-.r.-ale: that: litti :Le pr -' 1 1i. !i -! i thiri t>ietl I n !-'Itt4rt J. '..r fi'i.tin.: n4I make, and we cannot soi the !' r (I'jHjh) has I b*.-n tlcvred ii plaep t>f Cha p, (Soil,)
may reasonscf ] lj->uni.iiy lu ; bit\v .ci Aj.bif! :ii J 1 liiJ.i. l-y :i-i fstr r.s :.ry: iictl.'ii < I I ( 'irr's> n coi.ecr! ::> <1. It d"1- : ;idlv(! : f'-.vr:! t'e' Lihrs's '>f H jurtv tial.l r.kI.1vttitnis a-iotlitr A. B CLARKE

)j3; ; L li1ene. the complaints! of the! Ga-ni'.e: or | act f f Lcii.!: ( :i. i.a-J v <- v.-i'! f.gIl't: tL.t t'o f.ui-i- not U; ;:1'y t > t'.f' Ctt. B .t I na il '.l h- l''.> c1' t< ; : tkr-f..t '.'tr .;, piI' N. ;: -(! ihfornii. 1 an.l 1 f eergii-NriI Carolina ArVauns.have MMS chi iri."en Lga Fl Jida.i : -. MERCHANT TAILOR,

: tr;: the justice of the cha-go! : that that section i in 1 j *-r State \\iil icctive us vih; i ;vn LIU. t'e r.-.ti i jwrt f-oui ''U. l.ivhri cf the W, t, u'llos" '.> < f tl-p % l-r ( r1C\r 1U t.. 1..i I s't I itI: sivi-i'o. sip-.i tiM9! wI1'-h will .-ppt} N brni4.a, Senat' rs,-thi- vii- ,
t tniibt! < !:\\ty j-Irlii, rnJ -tiotiKitfJ: la the lulf! I }i--.i tln-rS'.t'i, ;:. ii p.-u.Jj'itoM to f.i.'l f.i-t to t ti-ir! 1 DEALER IN REAPT MADE CLOTTING NErTLEtcN's
i i illinie ocuicJ tinrijl.t fftt in Nerni'i'it. wilt he r a'hncrd th<* in
tus by tl!' s.-.ie ' -y by vn-ar'e'i
endeavoring secure a real that bwr.ll I ilciico, Mhk'li is all tL.it Ai..L'tti.i: ti< t -uihtr .1.1 ). }.11v '
cm- ruj'Jirn < : .r 'v tli-y 'p ii .s nr I e ir.-. rrtli C'nr'lira-.eeral f thi- States -wbich will ciroAi.tj ( FCRNHRISG GOODS.TOW .
tLs h4jLt; i jjja.t.-ju ikUi i. tLc .*:UUe cf tUj to j.-.i the -.vat t't.i'e .f () ..tia, ii! PL! <> e'.f.i'.l I It I Ibe itiifi: >'i i f F' 'Il.iis ti-rcly :i-Viiij of ,i. n > t
brace } vf-ry.
witlunjits range a ninjojity of the 1'act- ( Xibras-l.a Setir.tiirR, are rcj rented in the s-vino receiving at the Well known old stsnd
... t MJ'.Iii'fjtnmiije tl.e lwr-iin. Sn.re tij-r.'i{ -us 1 \1Nh i tI.-tt no-ie: but F-.I"| }? woul I pranr. If they 1 .1. for.*
.t at frhm the c'tivrr of
if. era Counties thereby "rrj'uJItfCi" Poasaco. j 3'ow tl:: ii nrliiij very 1'tt'e.' ifiy r'd l cvrrv rri- ; Le b. f I \x i-I'l m to net wish; I It- a* in i.n; f f h-t innt way pre-ri.-in in t, electing merly occupied by Clarke & Stillman, a groers!
I !
n.'rht Jt-'ju--; >ie v.eToti! 1. i:: a-v rv.-.f; fun y.iro. an Anti-X. brnsk.i Senator ia New Ilampshi'IVnu- ass. rfment! of Superior Ready Made
t ff iibc! < -I. K.ii-t ilI.'M! )l.i i-rcud Clotting, Fonjibhi
pit -v e tl.i-iip tj tliT.4! tr -
cl.ir., I.:: la, or that, because one of the not iwuvrfcl j Imad i f K-ilj\\-l.ii to th) vaiit-as fei.-ti.-ns f <>ir i(1 <> :: !* ( > vith (ie.'rtij i ; but I iiicii.'to iii .' toJjbvm-Lp'n thI irr'i* ii'.t, a'p.toii.f-ftli 1vf> flop.iiti.i nntioitlj I jfylrii.M. Indiana. Illinois aid I"W3. i is about tl. Goods, Cloth*. Ca? ioQeres. Ve .ticga, 4t, 000-

;.; writers hi the State of l I-'loriJa arose at I Str.tr time uj 1 :. z.tii. lit luvi- jn\iLby] i.-ot vill-a i i.I, that: \ve woul 1 l.ATe ubtrmu? 4-Lstu-liS t'p -ri.iiuiil -j plutf-'tm, their r.r a waj.srfadv part to tiik- if wL"i.ver 1 I whoe! !iun<-\itiMi rerrpir.*, of ir.'Ten'int the Ami r"s<>d ID part of the f'.llowirg articles :
: ribraitk.i .
1 I4: s'rttiirth in ti n -xt 17. S. S'.nate. Fine Black PT R Frock Costs
Tallahassee," cud advocated "jt. 'JarLs as a 1 c ''M u-j'tl* :.!.<] n \ r.llv fritter i. k. i is oui-.tt! !! ,: hi stttlirg the tern,* aud cyuditinot-f the !nr j jj it comt-s nji i 1:1: <\iijre) and :Southrrn ';-htn.' li..vmorlinid j! On the wli'-!?. the Anti Ntbm-kF.if can hinlly do Black aud Col'd Single ,Brecsted Frok
to take ur' li'ato 1'.1? 1 J'jcrt ri M e. to fc k .r tad
; ,t j j' -firi to fi'l tb'-ir onlr fr *ndi
to -
gain. : MUStainthiir 1 b"ttr tl.an in the J.a.
Gulf tenr.iuu3, the! MdXc I* !l'n to b.caaged j f itunu ):jt- -ti.r fcr ite! l 1t-ig w !l jsIr..I I tli-it) 1rii r.nd eoristitiitiorial j "nfqv.cwe existing -ririg Business Coats,
j As to n.i--t rijiMj .lTlnienl: vIJ: result t rifjM* in Cor.cre?*1 1 it i" !H yond their powtr to rpj-.pnl ;t. After th N-v Fancy Ca,?im re do. d do.
j t We I' I'I ietr U'Cl t1 j'l tl.-! J\!, < 1 Inuljt I no v > >
: 1 li t j : the Ii.oerati tu-ir! wh hllic d
as rtirjr
j' ssefeslng a ; repi&ti' anio'u : ? f Vc-mber electiou"! there will be motive for "
u't'i' FIi; ji I-!- c? ti.e ;j\.lii..rei! J .-..!> i-.iM t.ntoi.i* fnili 1 I.r. The i:4trs'-s T tl v 11-tt: ire ,''ncsenl: t1i- j i them :p<;.ii ever 1et :,- ,>n. Wteapie! peefi<'nalparties no great B ark and Colored Cloth Overcoats,
t piziL We can for the! :Middle Black Doeskin Pant .
.t *
Lay tJat CAngchetne rr-iii-'u\v, Lalnii-" s/wi t-ie r.' ay that} I zi.so uj1 1 tit! fr iu tifftf) t1.r -fti'i '. SI 1 <- i isntpi li> i'iiFr.vit' -1 ; btt: how inre, avoid them. -r.Ie i xve act -
hithi-jto I I t.> i1e: i--vn 1 t'v. r..d tn t.v C'-t.i.r. (iuw j 151-icy and Ol d Csswmere PauLa,
dhcasseJ j i.u1 A'
I : among us, as ;i 1 wivt-g .nd ] : nnl w .uM b* a bufl'.cii-jt Stat of h'rsdf. j ji j'h an rrjBKiritwnrr! in rtnnir ht fli.itfr; latest News by Telegraph- 4. Black and Fancy Silk Vests,
j : my cl.il-ivii! fjr v.i< t.i 1 live stttnl tl.i-i-. i \ in 'Tfn/tfiin e'e'! f We know not what chnnjjr'j'
Slate cnterprize, has i ia\uiaUy: pohted!: to and lit liie; AM ; Ki I t'j k'iowi-t my terti i .- wl.irh 1 i Ltt tl. 1t.t\ '-th&i be iltCu--d.: and lit us au-e' ht.w th<' | take p'.icv, biit wilh, tbo liglita befre n*, we fan mivi npr- Fait rf Fr i'ik'ii'lxt
: Peusacola the l .i\c tliKHtinjr.." 'i Its t-li iu.t! hr.Ii f Luiud i the of R n>art: f .N/ /r F/ong. r as ( uifterzxinu. And if norcofthc j : KI\_ : jr | puUic UjLi .1jcLTicol. -r act iii tini-fii wilh I N.. tIerfl: Whyi npain. Tl.is '4 White MarsaHIes
r ::1.$ CEcLpm2shaveas : l\ni.Ci'a! bas: br"n the only city tjit] ; !I-i pm ij r.rn Ii.. : : ; nir.-t trii ;. ti Iiiy w1ii.r October 21.-Th* Momitre.il! ITersll fftlii do. D. B.

: >ct ended; in aiiv- ] i.'ririi.e: j i-j'iihtltv tj t!i'e' .:tate f J K ri-'n. I U fif "r J fri'Ti i.. but v.o a- ; ff thi in e-nily! t--> XTfi'ie 11.tue.r.L .*- ''w-rning ,ttatfs that y''terdsy th.y iJHpatrJi a ALSOA -

t thing fcdiJ'] it u more our iniefoi tune than! our j hitjw it V.TS ct'hto the Uuiti-d il.it is L.v the Guv .l-riv b'-.k ::t ft. Cfli Fty if w.' spitial n1Pfnger t t.) the Hu !a..n 11 iy C mpanj'i fine aMortof of Shirts. Collars. Cravats El/ieir,

1 : fault. Middle Tlorida eruuieut of S:ni.i. : ., Ccliarncr- l.t riLt. 1 ;i-e Soirl.n, \- '. _' rrcai beaten: whi'e j jith ho.xat Laehire, and that, through the kndn< s off Whire and O lore-I!, Kid anif! Silk OlfTe, eeif jHjnrt-!

turns the cold thol-:; -- This iiir.n, v ho w.a a ti.i r.jbt r U f ( en. :%.'rll,( U wLi4 :tr.I PCtej nI ,. 1..r' we ; rt S I tl.e f lovciiif-r. Sir fJt-orge HlRijsi.n, they r.r? tni-' ; Stocks. Cotton and Mrrino Under-jhirts. Jeans.

: der tv- the \Vett,'* f.iys the Grte.Vhen- Florida risction-CHlcial.Tho T.v.l: jr's cal(5iCt! :.:;.d who I.a.; recently J *mel % a piirtv tint aow> nn 1 praiicP! srh filx !:!!' :> Met! to lay l I.. f ir their n-tders! the fill >wrig onr1 1 Draw.is. Brown, Fancy, Cotton and Lime Thrfsd }

.t :, 5 k the erilence which tlisrejjiatk ";fti'n.T.t,%n. 1 h will be HIT fI.South.. We 'e. White arid Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs all

1' on i founded ufili5.ilole; of tin.- Lte election i is cont.aiird ;- -cted: to the U. .S. .Scnat'. by ;!..eVhigr 1 e.nfi'! -Mttiite' no pT.-! .*tirc in resor !in.r 'or1-rn Dr. McR-i : {| of wl.icli arc off-red to the public on reasonable terms
; ; f Is it in the fact ihat tlie "\ I Dr. M -R-ie 1.a leon al'rit{ on t to; ? ent t ftin.'e the nnd! warranted
aeon JiJJlohair.ot in tu! table! lulu.v.i' aIl! Aboli::.>nU'ts cf V<-im.nt, v.i.-Jc I ll.p fdlov.rig v 1:i_' triurrj hs. But we luve ai1 1 tnou.ji! for thetRiIt. as good as offered in tlia Market-
6r tI Jiir. la.; 1 reti.rned tY nk
t nn < I'actory; in Call amid examine.N'mer4.1t..
;t yet succeeded in nttainir'g the ways ar.d \ The foilov.-ig: i h the} final result : i L-ttcr .nc'vi.iu to his; tctiui! : gi'.S.ig t --- the tJth of Arju't la.-f. f."'n wl.ii"e h" f-'tvarled 44.

: means" far bdlJiag the contemplated IV-nsa- 1 letters ry r rprrj* t-> Sir George Simpson.>ia the K.-di -
t For ilnf.vtll' fr.23 lii= \i--ws on the i :sues: of the day: : t 3tith-We&tern Eailrcad Extension. Utvrr Settltrnieat, Ju>i Rccelffdi I'.erSU'amcr PamperTX !
i cola and
Georgia road I The Gaelic Eoern.- | UJOVY:}, -1,501; () -n,iiK: : 7, >." I.PKVTI I. 1 Wo find tsie fnllrtwing irfl'tiit amiourne- Af'er br>fly iMticinj th. result of his or-n ereiii. 1 A SACKS Liverpool Salt

to suppose so ; but the idea i is iJu-uluus.! It 4 : Hiu :-I rhof-rfuiiy, j.ut oj:i papt-rmv tri, he ptfvw'I1* tostat that fr'rrj the r.-q-iiiuix 10 Cak s SM%
in the !
.. merit MilK'dgpxille 11r'nrlfro : h, had .;ital': "l *'*r1''n i-ifi'mjt'i'rf the ftt, ofLic I 1 I lain Hairs.i .
vill l.ricf bt 1 arid !lu'it
require million1 to carry thrcuirh! such 1,071 : unquahfifd e.\j; ati-v\er to
+> v Oan \% undprttand, that t ti! >- lirer-tnrs have ; : cc'nnecei 'aith the Kr. rkin! F.c.titiem who i 4 S'iCT.r:; Cured llama,

:; ; :? enterprise, and it is ab&uid for our bethrr O.vn TIIOCSAND \\D r.rirv.youn majority. \ nr hiMti-i.: .- cJ'i.c.. agreed to extend tin' rjove! Ilor.d from' .'.n pri'MH earve'j to dati! nf'.fr tl.e !1.c "f tl-fir fehips. tihvh 3 BWs. best Lard

in I neirnl.i I rn titl'-rly: I opposod; to thc Ncbrc ta re- w-rf <*ru.h.-d in th* ic? while! nmkn: their way j 20 AppleJi -,
n f n fiiv.l f> jUvitii iLia to the nrihborl-onil of fJild ,lioris ifl I
Etc- n","! of ho r Ji 5 I H'f7TH( ,roF.j-e. I ro Potat
hit-; : tion because the The voto of Ijafit.b: *vas net counted in1 tne t .3..e...... ..L ..t..... L.t. s.
: has been unsl-lc to accomplish | the! i&j.] ,*! .is a faiiLK-a )l-rericS of j.li!igIt.4lfiI : 5 -- :-' I c--': .i.i: ..r si..;. I

State the return not t liv" uuiI-r, pros a p'jii=/iipti >n of S.V-) { riffrric in fautaicd!! corpus (-f fttif. wli h I I Prime
cInvaEr beir.rj acror-
impossibilities. If they have no better J public: : and that, i ah.l.l.-- f, ()KJO) is raised 1 bv the riti/ibn: of the counties lastly, from their appearance, furciticd food to t1.irSoriSpanhl.r.a. !;"> Boxes: Star Csrul>..
p r excuse for dcsisinr: ; annexation to Alabama (ling to law. Drown received IU) aid Maxwell j ci-iti-s: froi.i an <)i Mi-'ai, !ion tn any of I the Comjiron thrrvjolivl.iri! the Road v/iI! i t F.-r > by BERRY it ROWLE.

,, I than tlii Lad h-tter 1 iii llial ,i'-r-s eve r madeon tin1 suhWt, of .sIatrv.iIee pa. .1 l.H information. a'hn-pi} not derived from the S Nti'nii'i54. ISSj. 44
they hold their jnace.lu coyi.ty.TJie This is t lh}:< infill i'nport-ml extension that |
''- : the ndnj-tinii of the ( 5on iMMitiov. H.-qmaT.: who} cunimuniea'ed rub the white r.ivi

::4 no j vrt of I'lorida, that \ve are aware vhdC'nnjrrcJsVual! vote nf the I I \vi< ever; )( -(-I toanv <.'o'ij.r nni'ebyv.l.ich ennui be made to this road fur it will pierce I wbo} f-vjpil the rfra'ii! < but fn-m E'I .thcr band; who ,iow flcciT1npcr Barque Asa FL1I,'

5 :; of, is there ilo least Tjppc 5tion to IVnsacola.fcso { h'tate V.T.S ]0iCS, ilowlng un iucrca.se on: fri-o leiritnry 4J tli'jul'i' be ojii-ned to the very h-art of Sojtli-.rprrn: ( ;Jcnrrij.; | (.[>'-iind the d!"tai3! vira riw, nay be rt-Ked m. 1 A A ACSS Livcrpr Salt,

4 euvrj-ing thc cotton from both th" Flint! atcJ! Then* i* no do-ubt of the truth <"f the report B' t e JLU U 20 Half Ti'i- Potomac" Roe
.- { far from it, aju! t j.ii>lc i geiurf-ily Jelt! I1 the vote in 18 of I 1,0.,0.j -lavrry: a; Qr*. arvi Eighths Buckwheat.Herring*,

the pcssesdon of cucb a harbor, at.d we fed j | The result by districts was 2< fallows : particularly i in aJ-pc-rrh; in the Ilo'i-c of IUprrentalives j :no calcnbtit'g the amoutt of freight that wiilI r"j.in mariLftire: wl.irh} had .< b fn in the p"* f SO Boxes Wetern Reserve Cheese,

ii: July. l '. JS. ((It 1 b.. foQiii! ei in of the whiffs ; ftmr-rj th11 srficle were several j 2 Crates Onion".
:; :: quite certain that the of Jlarvcll. Jtroirn.Vt. may I this mad )lirn I
peoj-Ie; the State j ii the (!!, I t-ined! an.l p.i: over C"inpl? -il. sils-Pr fvir.: fort".c, on or.c rf which wn en i 1 0 Kf-f Irctt-d Butter.
: Longre.csiz.l ijr.
< ) rt
would not consent to It3 cession for I \\ I J'J.3 1.S03"j .:; I Wo alo understand that Col. Hond of Ma- i CTrtv.l l Sir John Frnr-khR.: K. C B. while others have I :R Bbts. Fulton Market Beef.
any confcidcration i pxprr"svd" 1 the sruiView: in {.Vtwm-tin, Ibl''
.Middle : I fncrofdt on thom cn-eif, and initial* to Mfntify! the owner n y' v 4. 1S.M. ROWLES.I .
Alabama mi ht J.M.r If.i7( : rriri, last wrrk in rasing? about I 44 BERRY A
or could' olTcr. Xo flr.d 1830. ha vii: belonged to the ill! -fiteii expeJiti >n. The

:- good reason for such surrender c.\Ut3 flat, JS1, 1J12Suutli I ] n-yard the Fgitkt. iire Law (pr.rt of I It fty thousand doll irs of thf! ft.rk (inrlinHtig!, iJrawinjr-1 of i.cne rf them hav be.n ?. nt donn |I Salt, Flour, ,&c.

9.m' or can 557 ai'J ; ; 1-ia own m!>-c'ipi! <-ti) in this: luighboihbod 71,14 fearful traje.ly must hare occurred Jo the -
::4c ;: ; be urged. The drawn I that CY mjr: -t't v.ith the j j 7 SACKS of Key west Salt.
.; : argunrnt from the tuvard the ;inrtitit: (. pnngof 1SSO. j )
I !
t 25 BWs. of
iij.'lits jttid erfciy of onr free and its I I&r superfine and extra Tlonr
proj-i ,
fact that! the i
and East have done nothing 5,038: 4,501 20 ci.ils of Kentucky Rope,

towards I TlupjTreaie dieliicls allows course of f summary pror) <.I-iifl.. a \ .. :tti'n i.f I fl.oknt 5 wpigliirg over four pound* ; Additional per Niag ira- 1 bile of Barin Twine,
promoting 5t.s growth is of : vote by the
no the usual and of ?
l [proper c iur-f jvdk-i'il i pro- I IT -IFAT. OcN>r< >r 25.-fn Liverpool on Saturday 8) kegs ut Nail.5

.; force. What have llizsr sections yet doic fjrthernselvet I follow ing ic=nt! : eedirig! and that, unlns e.-cntilly rnuiiitifdl ma\ be fccit in le!; mail prppnld, at one cent j th> 11th iust., Gotten was unchanged, and t.readct C. 8. and JOJ Wrought yaiTs,

? 1 Almoa iotl.ing:!. ; cn-i bc-noe' it $ \vS't, ')'rs__ I S Jnaloritv fr flr41\vr,. l y :dI! ,v. ing: a juy; lJ.l;i: in thepl-ico ofjtrri-ft t, an ounce any (!H-fnnco in the United Stairs I Itir.uor were tirni. f fi T< Me Salt ir> bag and boje.
i Tlif AKJ d tren' oes were within cixtcfn hundred'' IZuugh an.l K<7udy Chewing Tolaceo.
; : is a little hard that they bhculd bo blamed f j Middle! T},: 1153' .Maxwell\ it fhoul.l !be imrnvdiatily: ai.ti u:1cndjLi.n-: three thousand mile! *, and at two crnl? f fan s-r.tIc of th. wall? 'if S.iimitopo i'l ; and !lus'l] fifty rrmiit Just rtctivtd and for sale bvO.'it

? ---t:: failing to aid in building up Pensacola] when 1a't, :i--i,:: : a' ally n-jicalcd. ounce over three thousand md--s, provided fl1itIte.t therwai. Private dtjp.'it 'hes Plate that"I tj'eA1i5h..l < f % J.Wovrmber .

I"t": f.: at .uui! bt9-3; ; JteFJCCtftfly vfr;, luai'e two breucliis in the walls en the 6th | 4, 1EC4. 4t 43
tuLy nave iisyti hut iorm no hr.r.4 to deu-1-! t they ara hUt nn without! a cover or vrrir; or.
l < -
On the Uonioval the J. < SlL..iL.Iv.LYM
their quc'btson, vote wns afulliw.s or in a cover or at tho ends or Th* Allied Fleet te1ec s nn own Now
resources. we will ti-11 ; CiIAirx : .\?:, ir>q.The wrafior open
: l.i the troop?. All the csen CE hr.d also' left Var-1 i T wit five a reward of |10O for the ,**
: the West whet i is bert for all Fi.-tt t'.inatical, xi.A hero reflect 6i !hso tht their character may be determined f th Cim.i.? recovery
jarlk-e. > *
'. No Removal/' .1020: frprccd, im r f[ JL that I can get them, of three negroes, stolen or en-

abandon the idea of annexation, -then advocate "Removal 4402 tC! i-cutiments uf tic \vhigs of the Noith, willioul! renoving the wrapper ; if not The l linrnof the Rn''ai.'in Fl 't in the I arbor of1,I ikvd away on the Sth mst. The negroes areallnud**;
: S. )b..t tt pr-1. -was ready to be Bunk, and their crews one named Gtorge. about six feet Ligb. quite h'lely,
the nndor three thousand
Iv a liberal, comjsronn-ing sj Lit nmong the among whom Coll.ro1' 'r hnsvtr been, regarded prepaid, postage : I I.:>d joined the gairi-.n. smooth face, very little beard, front teeth decayed ;

Wcbtern members in the fiatning! of a judicious 018; n a i'oi"r\T.tivf." \i\fi\,\] i is one rf-nt and a half: nn-1 ovor three i; /> c->!:ns from the Iteltic render it e-tan tl.at tie. said negro Oe.'nje i iabntt 25 years of nee; another

0 pvstera of State roads based the I Majority afjninpt Removal, (01 F''. thousand miles ii: the United Statea three 'Ai, !, d Ilecta will nudcitake no further operations named Joe. nvr six feet high very black, considerable
upon I
beard. rood teeth, la tjuit.' intelligent and about
Laud Fends \\Ucli belong to the! State.I .- Fur State !if-gis'tT, David Walker received (Jen. Cass n.-cpiilly mr.t.c! r. sjK-ech at Ci'i-! cents an ounce.- _- j I ffie gieit Sebajfopol hoai had been traced to the 27 years of age ; the third one named Charlrs, 5 feet

notion of sectional shares in the Inter-1 5,113ott\*. raga, but was ittcrruptt-d and iiilted h by the j j i l'iiiInatee, nn-l the Umpf-n-r Mill i. der an ijvestij 7 inches in height inclines to bo bow-legged complexion
Tendency to Sectionalism j t.tli'.tl. and x\ ill! *fi rely |->..iniIi the otR-nd if L* 1 he thick, cue front tooth out, and 57 or 80 years of

nal Jntjcrov trr.cntid} \ must bi> given np, not 1P52. IKSI. Knoxv-Nuthiiigs .\olti4Il-t3. The ( 1:1- A late number of the Detroit Pie Press t t:<-!ved.. T..it advice Irun Madrid tta'e that the .

_ ai 1I';..' '-' only by the West, but by the Middle, the ,__ __ft_------------v------J---- raga Ti//if.v savs- that: :dlhoijji; 1'ml. [)oig- contains the following sensible temniks wic!: i j e'retjnn. rff''a.ha.l va ;-rorrir'g the qnietlv, anti that the Pro- age.I will give also an additional reward rf 1100) for

p t'- Eat aid South. In u.) other f j-irltcan a iv._ H I II I H. I IcoUcTIES lis waj present, l.e refuffd to take part in may l bp (!hotight wnrlly thc attention of tiose! || t h:iMirliiii: on the lvmt.iKe.7ih: of At; int was cull in ptsesI. the law apprthens'on of the party or so parties that they that can have be reached been guilty by Lbs of

11 I 1j' tem, \\liich will adirajitu c the State gintrnlly the disgraceful pjoctedings of l.is rowdy io;- f outhern men who are diiposod! Jo rejoice at !, Mn of tlm rt-bt!<. Csuitvii A\a* also bcsiejeJ, and carrying them an ay. The route which I supposethey"
I ; 1 1 t-- : e3 wn* nj-prr.'Ie 1.Nnv 1. took is by Cedar Keys or to some
Tampa or
:y"-i be fniin l and SOCiat('. _
the Ltd .
Fund ni.vl javailable. .. ? :; -' tim success of te!; abolitionists! of Ohio and point on the Gulf; or they way have taken a toutS

. ; \Votild it i.ot bo bettor for Florida :: r G --- other States : YOBK ()'-t'l..r 2S -The Cholera! hn rnmifVil (I towarJa Georgia or Alabama. Or they may La's

p I -.T-; SANTA H<,SA. A communication! : in the I ., it* iava s ofre-b ;;i thi city, in eiiisequencef f been ihipj-cJ to New Orleans. .

I I'.; -jjO-.jng! H t-yJilJ be done, to exchange [ C.llliOlill. t ;w ] ii; S I IVnvacoa! yAvrnrrsays :-" We ajo inform- It < it>',-'t hit Ii rleir to *>trry rin lil imn. li! th* fre rnn ainptirni oi 'c-t"r;. Manv tlea'h? Any persona who may hear of any negroes pssnj|

) 4b acre of Intel nal Iiiijiruvemcnt at.d. c1t4Ijl,3, ; &j : : thet t ti-n !Jvnry > t Ihe : h-.ve crnitied froi.i this rau \ nptl nm. nif those who I from Florida, will oblige th subscriber by addreosinguth

i cvi-ry j I IluvJ, s : 40.t 41,;: .; t it d! tltat V'm. L. (Cii: ihtr l fls' ., SK a camlid.itc irmvtJi Hf n'0ti.'ti-tt-r.i.! It is n clfir that the Un 1 }h.ive d'.cd. are manv protiiiir'it (t-itiren info matlon to l.itu at Mkldleburg. Duval County,

:ii' S\\aup Lund within her bolder for one great ; ; I, I II I to repn'ffiit Saut.i I RoFfi etuiiitv, in tho iron- i tl..icy i.f wet5i>:i-ili ni !* t.> !i- ';iii.>u. S.ipjx e, 1 1t f >r ___ Florida W. H. C. SAUNDER3.
rail load trunk founding from the extrom-j i T""" 2l2 &1J I ? Ilraiakllis -x.i.iu'<\ tl.iit a Tfiiitory choul.l nlr f-r ndi-i: -.i.'ii to I Cain advised to sell CubaM November 4. isi. 2w 44

I ; Itt.,. I 2'i' t' t | :.te of our uosl Lcgi-ltt'tre.: Wektuw ucoi the Uuii i- a titutf, an-1 tl! .1 lWrn"H fI h mM tt fie: and -
1I averted
Eabt to the! extreme 'c.Vt, with a like road j ( ; I 4 i 8ShI 431 3 !'! who will! more (truly an-J futhrully do r.llj such ailuii<-i.iu; }betMii% *? tf the vxfetrhfe! t-f ?huer\i; Ctiieiu'.lv nati)bt-lieved, Sept 20., that-If the it United be true State n are prepared Watch Stolen, >

running into the I'ermisnla and llcnntiilo lot; 3 2 1 1t I ; 1 | the I"-w :-! -sint v oul.l L" the itn-vitnbh-! I
terminating :lt i. his 1 large auui fr th.* Nhind of Cuba, w it QTOLF.N from the subscriber nt tF .A jlroad Dep.t -
; to the his a
) topvc very
oiat South ? '! H'iiuilt), I 5t) 5 # 3 $ j jtower promote cII.t-(11. IC.-1 t vtt'.e j,.-.ij-e! cif tie! pri>p >!eJi I woitii the Ct.Mi-kniti.-n of the Spanish Government I on the 27th October a Double cased Gold

rome |) Andvnuld tlie \ ariutis'hections iIilblsIt'otIgII, I -22;: I It)1) :; : j eon -titnnts. I He Ins many dcvoti-d! lends, i State, hnvina: ; r.n i.ii'l, -itrtitp.l li. l'ttof-nn :i., 1 ,t-gti- I u-t vihfther the! Iv of the revenue derived from Watch, carved on the tack the front side of tie C *

consent to tuch a syetc-rn, and make Holmes, I ::j, I 3 ;i- ; ;: 1 and 13 a gcntlemni of I I 1ite th'-ir iu-ttutioin: in llu-ir, o-\n vav, wmiitl !>av" to that eolt-ny would not be much more than toncn-a- representing a city the dial plate resembling the SUD.
.lar-ltpon : G : 2a7 424. 1 2'I j grit peihonal jiOjulaiity. Corujrfij. 'if y ni will! i.t, n.luut us tc (the 1'uioii. we .
the Landu the bas of it i If thus! t jtetlby tbl inmiene iinpn-v, m.-nts nt bom th.it: the A reward ofTen Dollars will be mid for its rneOeT
they were .;(trYbOI), $ I5It 1 I2 t 321I We cordially: wi-sh! him( a triumpliant'lection. r.ill *et upon: mir own :ic.iUiL'VIiat oonM CVnpri" -I hnrohiwe would cuable her to make ? Hut. if Nov., ISM 3t 44 B. WILLIAMS.Pnhllr .
is it not reas-ouable! I Leoii ''? i'!*' in 1 nifnn\ ent ? As w.ll mijjl.t! it nii'Ier- m-mey
to consent, to upiot-v| 1 2I :.3 : 715 ." iCuba wi-re solil with thi* vi.nv, other j poir.t3 must beI
could and would be done Lew.Wai 21 M'' 4's. 1tJMtdiun tike to iirol-ilit the csi-'tinee of Iarer\ in Virginia: i r.ia-lc sure i-f. First the duration of r.n honest Government NntfrI'IIE
Bonulhing toward ; 21 48 aIt' C C3M41r..e or Michigan, if the people d.-cii t-d it. a* in a State a-kt I t
: reduction of the duties
and >*ondy, a on Li.
T/I bringing about the improvements 'e all 1(5)( (t51 151 7 4 15 A K-ltcr d.-.tt-d Indian River, Oclobci, i'i! f <"r adiais.iunon, afooiiijj with! the oiigiual .n-ijii ;iininifactures. M A no\crnment like that of JL on subscriber band which he a quantity has repaired of Guns.for various Pistols:,pfl*

fco much desire I -ion, 258 2G J)4') 43( 5Oiaiige says that at the late election in tl.? LucK State"Jfow nncoftl-0. the \ liicTt) the July revolution firtunatelv ri.l J'p.iin. would son, but \ilu have not called and paid for theoa sal
the .1
.1 2; 4I 18 c2: i1iinhIII platform
the at ducks"and! drakes with the dollar* ; a he articles are ta
number ilay that 'unleM the
gives notice
From iht Pentaeola Qjiettf.Fen&aoola NacU. f'l (P1 ( U 7u 2 57 county, of votes polled was new rr pub'ii'an'' puty K tint no more slave State-* hereby
} aiff, uch here exi' ta would certainly not be will
: present
p. : the first of next,
1'utimii iuj: iuSt. / r/ir/ -all for M-jiviIl. Asstatt-d last week shall admitted into the tTni. u.' Let that party away *
countrit-s to oiler for
ii'luec foreign Spain advantages ) '*
jj of Alabana- cause the sanio to be sold at outcry
1 as a Seaport Ji.in'1) 1t3 3(5( ia; 103: tI? 4 have a tnaj' rity in Conyre.ami let this principle t>fiu public
Ma he sale of b r produce. Thi is an old theme, but it
x'r 4 f We Lave Thug huJ it iu cootemplation to nhirgb S.iiitn Rvaa, 1t1 2.7 1b'' 2)5) 3 32 j. Democrat, is elected to the ereid )M> tiiforced. and i is it not :in plain at the cr.ijnot too ofti-n IK> t everted to. Among the mot 5n- highest bidder to par expenses..JOHN BURGDOUTallahaaaeo '

Oil bublect and t fiiKl St.J.ieie1 7 1 12 tI 2Suu11ir House. uo1IdUy mn that dHiinvm would enxne }
; tiNli t1.nrogli1v, we are phul > telligr-nt, bt.ne..t. and unprrj-jriiccd men iu Spain, there Nov. 4. 1854. 41 8mJolm
t that our noigLW of the I Imo
vhicbc hop Lc will Lcep in ni.Lion.Ko I \\ niton, I I I 1I 182 171 270 The Majority.It iiuptire whether a State, n kins? fr ailini -5on, *hoiilii, derive her prosperity namvly. from her end Burgdorff. 1 toSalatliel
Walvullo.WiuliDgtun. IM 14 IGJ 14I recofniz the institution of slavery or not. Con- Attachment 8um iwcra
& oac that survoy* the iiiup of Alabama and will be Boon) bj) reference to the table leu* stores of corn nml wine, t-il and fruit, from the ,

..* i: rioiiJa c>un doubt for c'ne laoincut thut iiHtuir intcuded I 121 l2 14! ''l \\hirh! wo to-day publish that Mr. : press has to State no power Kovercignty to n'k the to ask question it. We nn.l have it IA no nniiuult riches of her teeming s-'il anti glorious climate and! not Crewman.. ) 47

P 2i *colaas) a Sea I'ort t.f the Stnte of Alabama from the rubbishing tissues of Catalan manufacturers.Correpondmt interested t '*
4 5O.45C85C8,45G4! 14 1O25020RvN.tAy'M majoiity I J reaches one 1lwislfl(1wdflft!/ rot".* fear of the dii olntion of the Union because wo can Defendant and all others .
p f>r >t i* located PJ far arouii-l in tlu Bi-nJ of \ of the London 27me THE notified of the commencement of this suit, returnable
-all the counties having buen ollii-ially not coin-five it powiblo that a majority of the people
the Gulf jiulo immediately adjoining the Alabama TallabM-
41. Justice's be held at
to to
of the North vote for Alx>liti .n lutml-ors of Con- a
heard from. This i is can
Suit line-Vh river JVrJiJ'> that it fr.-niH eutinlvdisttuct Unco\ ERIfl.-'l'bo Jacksonille a much larger majoiity and to r
: the ISth of November. A. D, 1854.
_ see on
know New
gres ; but it is well f>r every citizen to wh&t CROPS is MISSISSIPVI.-From the
from and disconnected \xith the Pcn alu ofFlorida. than had boon anticipated by the most t san under u11
and plead to the same. Given my
Xcirs of last J'alurdaysays : "Twoval. be thelloet of his vote Wfore he casts it. pear
This is, most undoubtedly, tl. view taken \ We are BO well pleased with the result may Orleans Delta, of the 24th, we take an extract and seal, this 3rd day of November, A. D. 18$*.
Messrp. S.
cf the subject bv the rcisideuU of Ka.t Florida.] The nable uogro men, belonging 1o S. that is from a letter of n correspondent, who has DONA'LD CAMERON, J. P. [L 8JNOT. ]

residents on the'St. John's river, K. 1', never dream .Shad and F. Waver, escaped from this place language inadequate to the expression Nw YORK, October 25.-The Ship South Carolina been wandering in MU Usippi. He 4,1354. 44 Sin
of our joy. The pcoplu of i'lurida has arrived nt thi, from Rotterdam. There were lately
rtcntiouln PensacoU i in connection with however found port -
cf latt.
S ; uny ci on M onday They were, GallaUn
from :
have rendered verdict fifty deaths from Cholera the write* as follows
i touiplated impro\riocnta. With) either Ouual or Railroad Town a of well done thou passage.
tho Marshal
on following day by to the Music.k. .
I have kept an eve
it is their interest to cross the IVuiusula and faithful ervant In travels
I to by good -re-turn thou to my
secreted ia the hold of the brig Trenton, Nrw YOUR, October 25. Cotton i U dull and tending the BROWY wU reenM flitTi5'
the shortest auJin<* tdicct! route. Cedar Keys, ifTTC i the Hulls of and and there ia no exaggeration in reports sf \ rRS. IL H.
Congress- if God crops,
remember rightly. m. ta te the Canal rotrnncc which hnd reached the St. Johns Bar, bound spares iWmvar.Ift. Flour is worth from $8 75 a ?t'J) 12 forward, of th-j damage done l.y 1>1 tions oo the Piano Forte on Monday,
his life Mr. Maxwell will Koi
on the Oulf ooaa, and Tampa liny fur tho Gurf ter- tn New Voik.: The captain and crew were return and continue JUT hirrel. Spirits of Tuiprtitine heavy at from rot.-You and readers 9tb of October next.
and your
litmus of a lUilroad from J cle.>nvjllc, *vu the St..I.Ain'a brought tn town anti a hgal investigation to battle for the cause of Democracy ntvi I Pd n SI cents per gallon. Common llosin wa s worth the worm has Tia&s-Qr., of S month, 5 lessona pet week.
up 2 05 it that great '
barrel. very injury U 54
per rely 2
river, to the Gulf of Uexiuu.la Southern Rights if possible than may npm
of lhii matter had. There being no evidence more The Niai, ara' advieea bad and the fall Wd Ftltew* B&tL8ept.mberZtl$4.
this wise do the Eat HoiiJiani repudiate UJQW his usual and a favorable! effect upoi been done bv both, yield must Room under the TAuooie sad
adduced to warrant their eloquence abihitv.-Jac4soi-ile j take notius punishment, llJoywet'i I prices wer y, of year ** ceut
t-Uny u> *liaU(>fver of ihi I 1xaLtritt \ behind that f -:
,f dj4Ohlird." CWS. I '-'i; i1q'-.td at uion 1 60 a ?3 50 per 100 pt'und..
h.-t 1j th. *H thvy votil not sy, I



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:: ;ENT STEAM SHIP LriE" HODGKiSS & SCOTT Master In Chancery Sale. Florida Hote), Mackerel, 4 i '

cCfl Nc c FoH and St. Marke B Y.vntue of Docre in Chanctrf. rendered! on MOXTTCKI.LO, JKFTERWX COUTITT. i iIIE 1 ;' BBLS. No. 1. 2z.nd.MacksiZ, I

KU: ** fthe Iarse and the Id day of N iemlaer. A.D."l8M, in Lon .L ) 10 Eighth I'.bk. No. 1
NEW ORLEANS 4 norr csW'jitJnjj 't their CASH AI) KXCII.VXGi: ROOMS, one
C.reuit Court, wherciu underned I l notie to the
TO ..t X. irw.st clopiutjllwti ofErcr LmliV A. ;Th'5ntpnn ia Cum ,. give* pubJL 10 Qr. 1
> n j.biinint) and Catherine J. Hagner. Adminielnitrixw us lie that he ba refitted the Hotel in 10' S "

MHO Between same Places 1'AT.1 .dN.D: W I'E3IL Q-ccXD ith the will annexed of Thomas H. Hagner's estate _I Montieello. formerly kpi by CapL New 10 Kilts No. 1 "

AND KEY WEST offcrrd in this <-ity. \rbicb ti.oy think upon examination, will be found t tO -qual' ia richfifss aud rnricfy and others are Defendant I will scH at pu-G! ont- nmn. and will bo prepared to rceejvi. visitors by 18th 10 a.luw.0.Uodfiah..

any at.r1n.ent of the knd: cvtr br..ulit So .th. cry brf"re the Court House door in the Cit! cfTallahs of November. The honse i la WW 5O thorough repair. ] Boxeti For rale: IT

The irrit decline ii; the! piicos of> lrj Onh, will be r.ppr.rcnt t<' f.ll who vill call and <-isn.ine the qiility wc. to the htgle.1 bidder, on M.-oday, the 4th day arid! will! be < .' mnnasjed aa lo promote the comfort of; BERRY A ROWLBS,

i&2PAMPERO. and! jnice of thi-ir flot-k. They were purchased dnria th"! patiic in the New Yrk tneiv.utile ci'-ntnu- ,.f December next, within 111.onr the fi/.towm" 'ZitePtt and boardrrs. Atb4>ed are good table ,j Oct. l.lS54. 4* 1

tny: \ Iicn, in c4.nst.Jnent'e] of tlie E.ibU'tn msrkvts Ivi'ujfl-wl) I t<> mafiiif.kfJrri-r*. I thy! wre compelled to disenU-d property in the City of Talahase.! to-wit": 'l.ere vrrv attention i i5 f.nid to IIOITM. T -nn : -1 4i

teamhp throw their ft 'd.t in o tJm' in'nl.r!. anj fi'ive them >!fit auction, nt price I I1"W th> i*.iat <-f invn.l turn! ,<'. Lot number one hundred and eiehtv-fiv-. (MP5)) ;in ta"d.rtte jC at any olh"r Ifoiel m the country. A I Btcftvaxt! BeestrtxItTT : i

.cgular, lt! permanently l 'twi-cn the nbnvc C.tm, und secure bargains: whilrt our 8tfKk 13 full We are wi.ling to give our t'utcrn.rs the uJvautagt;* BWk! ti.ty-nine, ((59.) in the ordinal plan of the City share of custom is re'1 i>ectfuliy I solicited. i
VtUE ply of the iir-rkets. of T !!9ln"ce, and improvements there**V. fr.mtinir C. BLESS.Mor.tlet.llo. Y ANTED iu any qiunthv f-r enh Orleans, fondling nt ApnlncliieoliflUwb > 44 r*
( nd )7ew Killing regubrly l.crraftfr on' I 12th amii "WE r.UY LOW AXD SELL LOW !" one hundred and seventy fret ((170)) cm Dirval ftreefntjJ October 25, 1S4. ly 4iTOST 4 ROWLE3 !ha '1;
hundred! 0
Ii.tI i oi tsch oiitb from thi* rrt ; a'id n 7ti! uud Bv rerulinij! the fillowin! ? Grncrnl, Mi-nvinnda, yn-i Tii',1 fiml; tl.tt t tur pwk cmbrae,- iK>t only a very lanje in said City. AI-VJ three [i igtitL.* of Lnt v umber s'reet two 'r mislaid, a wife dwt.nl .Tmuiary the se"oml. .

8! 7 month ret.triing: front New Orlonn and ti 'g.Itlt selecti% "f Lidi:, ,-< jind fJi-ntc Dn On.,,!;. -f the fii! < .' *'' 'I! I i *h s*. in 4.ri.: i'i t4' late-t ft\lej' bandied! st.d ninety oae. ((201.! ) in ib' i'rj.jn plnn of the note call (for fitly llur*. beariutf jeht To the .Old Settlers of Florida. .
ijSMTOT JASPER, S Vpr. nwtrr, tifll ran in the tlokiraUe .1..rs. I ut alao 1 tkf PLANTATK '\ 1 HOUSEHOLD! GOODS. hi
nn.l! 4)1 ai.t a r.rv wi aid) Oity. ly.n nt the c. liter t.f McCurf/ Pnd D.ule- per cent. inU-rest, from date, signed bv F. I* ililler! I
::?[.: wiih t" Pampero lo Vpv W touching fine, ewrytiiiuj U.efjl, Onum*'.Ul vid E it;able caa be p irciu'cJ .t :it this cal. bliahaieot, vanl-etiorts ia ffnid C'ry. fronting on I.feCnrtv and to J. P.MILLl'.K. I Tnlin E. Weierr. late of the. Get>.r ) Lend
ctrctt niHt'patahlf
**gc nfl4 Tumpa.) taking freight and I 11 Ortioe end l Peni'-n CfSce. "VTajhington D. C. wil.ittend
eT* pa- one hundred saJ ctenty feet, ((170)) and
C1tir I on B..uhrndf October 23. 14. 42.
I St (I".ni"tl.. IVmrH-vo! in th > Sr.uihh; Hjlo, ( > AT THE LOWEST CASH P3ICE3.Lacts. tre<-t oie hir.nlrcd mid twcn" \ scveo fet nrd a hal' promptly to all claim under Florida Armed 4
nPr Oc of 1912 and 1849. Persons wLo
; ; d*"** in thASt. Ma.k* B.y.) (Ii7i.) more or J.-s*. iir.d! the three ilwellni''i r.ndolh! -* jpntjon Acw
,0.t 1 tiiive fine I'ccomtiunlatmns, nnd, nftrt'Mi'3 -- Rope and lla1n.Vfl ?. were settler.* under the aM Act of 1842 aadbaviri2 & $
itefl>< tr IaII1ar.veInPu fi* tl.(Te l.LL public bvtb couveuienee and 7 On half COILS No. I iope. complied with the requirements thereof bare not reofircd j ?'
;: expepfttMerlJ rrii :- the pnrmc! rnnnpy o.b, and
1 C.il! IK-D'S Silk, Worftd :>n.l Cotton IFurnitcrc Fitn
"- ,,. *, flY l niT ip'mfric: for con- \\liite and HIaek Slk: L-.c Aricin. -I I II io.e. Gt-i.ts 11 ....a'. <-f alt!! kind- .j t Lin lird"c! Kye: l>:Hj>fr. Linen and'Cotton rent iulerest, ana secuicd l by hn < n the prenii-.per 200' Ib Bagging 1'wine. For sale byLEHRY or attended to by the subscriber. IJj tLsww t
T I'.iXcffruea llorw nnd sudi hliiunu.te f 4 HO'WLES.Oct. Also dttima prosecuted for 1 eiMivit*.Bocnty Lacd*,
; t> SI 1 th MkCtit.ii Black and Fancy CraHt. -Tuiiil :> T-'nt-iin j, ficli.-l Shirt- II. ARCHKR.
( :n'- ) : Saxony. ><
DANIEL LAUD, Agent : '! it'tit. V-t'oaiJ''!)!. Lug. 1'it t.uIaij Tief, I.I'iics Silk and V*o"l I Hn n'i, 1 rhci'liiCN I I Linen! 5-Iiet tin.r I Special Master in Charj '*-rv.4,1PM. 21.1S54. 42 Scrip. Back Pay,
( I I'rendt i.t.'v.IinLrrIc. : !liiit t*. (;Ii'i.t, !* j Linen Mid ,tlk: P KJ.t j Piliow Ca-e Lino'i. )P'pnchcil) li-Bii, N.reivbt.r r.t tr; terms. .1 thAn. aaj ?,.
: 1 .....i ('....+ 'tt ....% i Apion Cued!:*, White r.nJ Bnwnin From New Orleans, per Visitor.OA .

I jTATE OF nOIUIA.r ) fc. :uitt.&i Utidti i.tts.t Dia\\cis, ur, CA W, U. S. Senate. 1 1I'

s' 1:$, .1 nfl..I t 'ntt. C.i'iit, ? a t. F.iiniirK; hi-an'ic Bag", togttb- received cud or tale bv 1ILP.! & 1WST. O\Jr>,) Extra Family JAMW COOPER M "

4i_ ; I Diiiii'v ItnniU. .I.rtz. ln oil"1:1-4Mid! 1a 'r with si large Meek of 4, 1S51. 41 1') IIhdr\ \ a' Joni Wnsos. TTa hJr.jrfe> D. C,
D : ; LI I'I i t. Pi i i'd. 1nIr..1.1- \\4? rj ] Itt it:1: ; 'Z plain llama. Adclc i Pott Paid JULIUS H J1E1ERE. 1
i-.ock F.isI Heavy Dry (Joods. ,
I .ihilt t.w i.trge iI I.
nnd I.'ice Tiim Master 4 tierce Cured flame
'red. I Chancery's Sugar Washington D. C. 4
n-vl. F. L. Vn.ttrr. Sereti', I, nubie WM ct1 ll-h. 1'it'r'ia'. CK'ik: <>>iiabun."i.,: Hr'n$ iiirtiri in.lSl.rcJPT
irz r sn'.l L it'll ( .iittt't ie I HairEfiibioi'i'i cLk1. s virtue of iWrce in 1 Beef, O.tber2t,1C,54. Cm 4* 4
'i I Hrnwn .! a Chnpcerv.rendered th
So.tif itt..1 l Slug's.) lurhvc war- .arg. Dcninv. Sljirti on *
: of ijtite. and C. H. AttfTi"*. Trci'iner. < f UKof IJni'k ; 4 Lird.
i I;
I t Cap* the -tlt v-'vl.rii Sti ijn-a. 1 Vd 1thri.i JJarltn I day ofO.-t..ltr. A. I). ; s4.: in Waku'la!
Flri la, luvim; turt nt the Si: <*' *f 4i. w nva hc rrtunis 'f the vlecti >u.Jw'i"1 E oar!! $. Slcrvrs! uv, -! !lt .>. n- sol ;.' Jtr-t'lift J--di -; Ma'icie-tor! S'rij't"*. (jrevn ]{.tze. Circuit Ciniit, whoria Eveline B. M. isTrrlutointaid 20 ISM I>.- KEW GROCERY ANDS i
Zrti'V 1'u ?ai ci Oirtltr'iltinio.. fm A viV tt!,:' *.o-cti"iuf! iho! IKI i iStf ..i." M.ixtiila 7.' ;/ / nt. N. Y.. ''lj'Twilled! lltrci-ip, f-O' ]'ict9 Plain; < Ra-tij. llvr.1, AdiiV..dc.of the estate xfu'VHVey..
: Mi (> day oue
n-Jy 1 Hhd! Cli"ice
'Ci.ta'iv': t the flmi ro s i f th.' 1'iiitt-1 t itcs. j jHotir \ ..t V I t. ( \.t't.'e. I I..i.it.iiiC. '.i.! rjm.i! i d tv2\ << ltS.j.t ) Ti'ttit '. nnd !I'la: 1 L.i-! % .'',: Pieces lloil. t.f.J.- !5.ua J'\ rat, d -cca*.d, siid othr-r* are I I.fanartt.) ) 1 Sugar" PROVISIONSTORE.

; '. f Public JLndStftt; S int rR from ih<-i .. I \1L.tiitnts: Lice: ( iii.i! of !.t,: <'I.! .tt,. S.Ii.: M.linn. V.'hi') <-. (Jrein and <7r\v.Flamwl*. !11 wiT!! 'ell at ;publi? otrrry bcf.rrp the Curt Hou e ]I ;prime ) P:
? : c i ; IL.mii-it. S' uh. ]Iti-h j FI'! rnJ Crap; .*, anJ %niy ia pucfi. ;2.-; pair* Coat: B.'d, .S.iflaid! Noj d-wir mtl: City rfTuaha.-si"!: >. on M.-nday the 4th |i 5 II bedt SpanUb S-ra. S. S. r.NIG11T having retired from buio M 1 t
ttI M
,- ,, iCth 1 10th. I lllh I I'J'h.' liti I Hsh.I! l t1I : j Far sale BLURT L flOWLE.O.ttala.t .
} S-nat-iri'.! P'-uict*. nndi f th* Q'ifti f f tin fr. ':"b r-.i'i' >-.l..>'.J OollaS' e .) ,i .l 1 l Li. 550.I.ailirx -ro h'-it-k'! <= ; 1
Jtti; .1 tb 1 (; fr. t It. v ..fp (":tflIZi1 I.i't t 1'z ns'e'iitL .le-in-. 'tCD.S! Si4ith-t: ir4? described! l-iid, situate, him; and U-mij in the' 21,1854.! 42 trade to the undersigned vre tale great pleasnre ia J ,
Ti ""al i Sihi4.tn' SUve-. M.'vrj'nj Cul Dress: Gccos.is : l'lu:; Kfrejst &c.Mi.I Coun'y of Leon, to--wit: The W of the N E J ofenirn resrtitiijf ourselves as ranJintes! for the favorable '4 t.
T/ it cc, d. hen by certify that the folhwi'i i* uc beet8 and ll.ilr..s. ; sk;; i>iv-h I'jt'nipaii.r.io v 21, T 1. R 2. South and Eu t, (Su' it rff) l\.v\ 1IE1K ic 11UST.Come ii .tirv and pitronage of the public pentrallv. UK Ten- Lj '
: j "I Sa'ira s of tin4 it :turn* <>f baid tlt-e'i >u, i.-\\ cadiPlai.1, S'iipi-1 :u, 1 ViVti !l.ul l. kPthaia.s N $ of the S E i of station 21. '1'uvflaip) and liaise d..rs! of CHOICE FAMILY AND OTHER
'- \ v l.v tl e J lU!? ("' r.'.>:r.f nn ii.tt: ; t to thcrr.lfc and hdk at our S.'ock IP fare
(tI;li 1'n. l'.n.lt! .1 P.ii.', n.-ra An 5tjppy as above. (SO CCH-B ;) the SV i of the S I! $ of *..cti you pvr- GROCERIES, nt Hie Old Slniid ofITlr.

rv of State, viz: | L"vc Vrl: \Mi.t IV.ck nnliI ti.e; rizit-im: jt ., iae (I at 4'. I 'a > v I1I:! *.( .tS. n il.Ic! Ctat,, fait .,n :21 I. Town-hip nnd llansrc a aU) >ve. ((40a'-res ;) dune pirJierr.. TVe are now rcreiv h.iIgIii, coosiVting iu part of the following.to .
iveu f-T th iTice f i iTi ng
ivh oi 1 Jiiber jf rr.tos <* C i rd d-v liiubiniiJeu-d tI 1 Vcts. frdin I.
Th" ? u I % ,, -i.'it
Fay: -; tat : ; at.1 : patt.i Ii. ui; C3i a Ftock the VV J rf the NV J <.f pti.n 2'', T 1. H 2. South -wit :- y ir-;
r>-e-c titive to lh Coii rc- f fie t't.iti-d Stat-,. : Lioe'.i.i.. j jliurk; ai.d! V.'hit.-! jlk Nrtt it,.! lnu per. I )? .'iino* nil i l'nK5 ,.., .tiiittiI: o' er S5t'' rIytt. :jj ,.f had EiVt (bO af-rM ;) the K f-f the N T I of serti"ii fro.m Sets York a Gcnrrul Assortment FLOUR. Bacon Sid* ITam twl ShnrdJtr,, Met j.-.,. a,
( Io.a3', tn ttwn'aiid t'vts ir.irt2 :i ei1t ; ufee I:; J but y3 I Crp..s, ) Li'- tvIa. !:ia-le f Lick anti l f;m- viihip Kan Poik Pickled Bt-ff Lard Sucar Cared
erit'' Itl terri of Ain -ri<%: '' 21, one. c two. South r.i.d JLtst, (sn of Goods, suitallc to y ur Hare in can-
) .itt1' E. Mi'vdl jt-t i.jiiJ gte.I ltli'i. ; l1i.ta'tI 01.al! >c.. :4id! P.- ,cr.i'd: (riutli, C.isitimc-e, Tweed.i :.erai ,) tl.' S I! 1 of the S H i section! 21. T<..wnshipone. Va.!. Java and Rio Coffee, Powdered, Crushed. Lo4
vx li'iulri"! ml I th t- j. .t ) r.isicrnlir!! ) flenie1.Ti : t ee I L.ite: ; iti i> .1. Ytlv.l, tli% Vert1 of Satin Hnr. e two. South and E : *. ((10 acn v:) and icanfs, ron
Brawn roee-vi'd frr lh't t a id fix- l.anjie 4i in.i fiitf \ i, .iiI .u 't t.$i i .'''oI. i i I lie ('1. T.e i:. liii) LzrI4. iat k :-i'!!;.-. I Pln>!i, t c. Ovrrnwta cf Blankt. theV ? if the !S W 4 (,ff-Hi'-.n 22/Township on.-, of_ the fo.if-ing articlex Pepper Spices of all kinds, Sperm.Star and Adamantine *a'e -:
: jnr (* .4.) auJ HS ((0)) scatterrrj v ] \Vin.r! St\li-6 i i4t Vt'P a' .nrts'i .:.4. !) l: ir.ait1 .A 1att'I | Cl lh. '.o.. I llu-.rv! .Shirt. -. nlamty S..n'h. of Rane': two, Etit, (al nre.) Candle. Seep- CuUups of all kinds Pepper and ,.. '
TCJ"Ij'>li* uumbrr t.f vote* pis!fr ll e! lutir >| i Fu'ti'. nabie Mtlin! -rv 1IS1: ibi! tnu't.I I I.l.t t. Sr.xai I ( ta ,, -,>, a \ ' i,iii Slnrt''SMud ) -. 7*. i w* a8f.11o'Trc1j1*- )hif! cf the ]*urfiRe rnonry -viz : Worcester Sauce. Capers, Pickled Oyster Sardine*. .

7 c-i.tcr nd of PuMic%,120of Lai Is) wa tio..!five- David t'jir-i'S. 'w W..lkirttcfived I >. Y. < n his t.p.nI.cg| .iv. (-lt | l'i' :;chChi.i'z"i-ir.-! J : .n UY.'Ls-.i-. nj aud B: run Cellars! Dr..w- i0\ j.ud itt cash, an 1 jl-o (tthr'Ii ill p.iyaM: ii DRY) GOODS) DRY) GOODS ; Mustard, Soda, Preserves of all lfnd< Chocolate,
five 1h(>u-aud "T" htinh d JiiJ tL'ttcru <5- I; I i': i.t l'Lr';, ei te one .voiir date, secured! by moit::," c n th land. I | Vinegar.
) and seven ((7)) pcatteri'ij votts vvc ivi. !ra"*% Re1.rie.: luti j B! :. *, -iU 3 tutan-d tVpe ]" ep'-e! Hats; ar. l Caps, ii. AKCI"IIJR: :: j ir;i priors (Jeorgla r-lmany: otlier r.rtifTes too i Rice, and! in fact anj thing and erery Lhioj usually *

'i\\JV wh-ile tui'ii'ierof vo*, civ n fvr ti"1 o3vef} i hir 1. Clcua lV.nl. oX, vaiyin. in :i'i i M-irri'ii'ic Sik! C t1 i5:.ii 4 'l .t It.I. ] f '! d- / C.-nt; ;. !J.: ,_ / nnd Srv"t Special Master i'i Chancery. I ,ys a'l'i I'lxitin. ;nuierous; to mention. kept ia the eating line. ,

't tt Fir.t i atoriJ: Dis'.iict. wnihr, e 1-.tr : A r.-'it t. SM.rt Pino WhtV Chnllir. '.VJ.it! ,. I pi.lt ..itS ill.: r.u Blai.kets, \ -ALSO--- -'f
eni.r < .. .. PAfIlflflV I ,. .... ...... ....
: : B.Iii1! Jravt-Pir:: d a.. 04 I.I .1. r. .. tt,. ,: tr&i. *
.ie Silk S L1C1 14 J ** v* \sJ M.J Urn -, '- a. ,
iir.o i IV'--t Ann En j- u. iit.my a OtRCt
nJ r-thrti t:25? ;) of t'.iO'e. Bi-i.j.ini. n I> r: MM. ...ik :.' \VI htP.nih.: Nr.w aVt F'
V-j 't ILS'i IJDC bun lre.l au 1 fif-: !. ;1 15 f .\. \V. : Mis'f r Ttiimixd, I Il-tts 1 t Mid I lil.Miu : i-! tI ::1 h I z: .: i at I I i* f, \ A \\ :>!' >l aii ha1: K'n'.w % j I.ehai! A Rrr.wn Shirt. La'lzcs' ,-) Good,, B. inj. Rope, Twine Se urs, tc, all of which iroFr C '
1 K t'iet'n Tf jJ-aii" ut and! Sle.tin. rfss f sale either at wholesale
< rv. ; : C\llvj inirs >r or retail 14
on as
( 'ai1tr.1 ( 'tla 1. i reasonable
: \.thi, .
:; ti.'i jved e hundn-d nuJ: r % ;: : j : S- t.itr'< Jl.it. S nhI ; ORT
i fur I liai" fr Mi/r.u cuilJu-i. | | .li() p'u-e. s 1 kiin and Fitdroizi.sing { I terms far Ccuh or city acceptance ai other 12"
la nice f fulj /
a')* R. E.: II .iirei '.t.I nzty > iM.) : :it't. a n arttna ;it a I Hats, Navy anj SntoLinij Cij.s. part ofLiii.ev. any

i4.t. v'i 'Ie num'wr of vot iM"4 fr the < fTior '-f i' nt5-1"\-'c t <./.j ; Ti i.i*-k<.'>i!>"r &c. j an i t4f >:i 1 '1T: tiitig Goi-d-i, uud a i Hoots and Shoes.i *. a I V'atfrc i i iFretich. house in the city. :e
FlannAls! of all qnaitk-ai1'1L! < and Go. ; Particular anal procnpt atentiom will at all times to
'r -i: the Fourth Sv-Ji'i*.'rill Hi) met, tva 15* A ij.ii' a 1 rtiiu-M i-f Itic'j i? inn i-I llursre: otuvk: < f ti1ar ,
: i ; i .t'. SI&at.s. Iti..tt'. Erttili and Attze-r-: RL.U.2 Si1L; ; paid! to the exeeutii'.j of order* for Family supplies.
1re i' (;A7 ;) ,f i,, 'jN ;, i s'.ivl :-!t-h II bU-iis, a f the \ cryIT j Dry Unci( (;a.i: .'. s:::1 i t \ PATE an 1 certain cure f>r Cm 'i?.&.!.! ,Crrnp. i-an Calicos. |Ba! k do do jo |I We have perfected a sy.-tfm of business that will :1'1;.

rr 4Vt'* f''.' ;'IIJM hvj und t -T(4( 1 K.) aid J luii''n ft F'\I'F 1 1 1r.r" e.''hc ii.afl afJ.t.n.t1 >l nfh ft* 11i'ic! mid, l..tuv Til'-rr..] <]'.i.ilti: <' aim a-ITfO. f ir Ijidies, GetiU, j -.. sa-tLT)1a. C".urnt..n; the Ltn.. -. Spitting i.f Cn.wn. L'leached and C0l.CrPe:, PopHn*, enable us to purchase the ne'ibest and most desimblwgo .P ? '

tin-4 I>un .-f d 1 Fovtiity- 1. 1..77.) ; .ie \\1taI Ti iTirnit ; it C iSMRK'res Z'j-l Cliiht'imi'T't< f CluSJicii and >. rtr.i/s. Bl'V>d. Bronchi! Huopiug Cough! and al!I Pulnionor uied Uot% [Printed Dclaiues. -ids, and at the same time to keep rp onr stock by !t r
""Pi who.1 *iv'HT f vot. r r.Tin f'.r ti.: offire: tif' Oi V.M. Iruk.: GtlMi 1ilr.a. V1 1j t ..
.. I jCi.il.n, : Duii.-i-k, Eii.lmiii'-rcd' ('tsr- i Affection; Lalfborr.Plttt, Wucl aud Persian : con-thnt adilitiops of New Goods by amostevery Teasel :
f S3i S.1)1Ii.4i i'I rrii' ml I rii) !i'l;' > !lu. I'arprllnjr. I
'r r t : ( : twc) j vtt f: flt1ainos
'an*, Tiky] ( lli'd Arr.ui'an: i ui <> ',inious of (he Press.Tlie Ftrniture and aprt1 check from New York and New Orleans.! ;,4 c.
r a-.l fifty (2i ) ;) of UM-W. T. J.pp'S rei nfl itm('!it 4.t TafTi-'t-i. Si': an I i llorr.p, JI.ru'I! }iu.i 1 'Hir<" F'v I t'iaul
-: Ititut I' I l'rii.tEn: :. :'Wi un !nt-j 4iI.. D ,! .and strt1a. 1'ai.j and Colored We ns'-c the favor of an exaatiuation of our Stock
-#." i if.hua'i: : ;d and t'.ity ((160.) uJ s. sv'. >pta'f .t't Itbi.:> C.'rd :i'i 1 Tal.!. lsctj r'urriitsre I lfiii'i' i.-* Ci-r'ed rnil: : fa\p; 4. Dr. R*!.jr Liv .r 10 ,ieera Fan'v 'rweed, 1a3lrnereta, before purchasing elsewhere.J. a. :
: ; I V.f rt >d.icf do! 4 !n-1 C < r. Oil CKilh! f-r I'J watt it'id Tar not only gi'.f :yirtjjtt.! rihefiacimfflami "
: : 'f I liiuicty (P0.1V E-nbroiJt'iy.: 8' ,. ., J ] ***, ? :
Kn.fn i l rc'l 'kirta, Gins- .. JIiiJMiU 10 KT. JcanJ.iCaptCiilare! end IldkfsKaofcand P. BRACEWELL i CO.
h wLjlo nnrob of voteF givrn f r 1 tl "fHop of f >rllirb-i K-r\r? Wi.rli I di., !t ii-i! Lh.'n. Piaid.: Srri !jTable l *. .t.-.. Maiii."a! and I Chuniiie I 'Td-! ha*, from tfie testimony of ir.enc.f the hijh- Fan'y Cassirrere.XIucand White Silk Lose mUc'oberSl. > .
*3 i lor for the Tenth Ser.it.rit l I). Iu-l ZAtiI i ii1U it'.attit, ('n'n'ie; Dlsck and colored! worsted and Tho snVcriber tt'sea! great pleasure in avaiIng1rn. rj
; .
nnl fifty-oix (3S6f) th' % l\ua\ <-\ Bird, net Lini.)!s. J'idi n< ><=, Wreath* wi-s. Mull! mil I T..rlti. ilu-Kiif.: I j jtry Iuu-.C.irp--t: l-ii i.fi \Vor-t very n-niiifkable: cures of rtHi umptinn. Shan !iBla'-k. V.'Lite and ColoredPlaid self of this occasion to return his most grateful thanks 4 .
JTul. i-.lvercd M.J Jt Head Or | t.dii.lO..ttnu! i arnr-k f-rCiirtaiu- The Regittr jtdd V.'e !1-aTe heard itnUNd.
RVhwuy : t
received three bundled and S.0.1 *. %
fcen, fifty- ix Gl.-ves '
j lierl.u: 1'ii'iiut Curd. Plain and F.sjurfd ; Uckf cfal! pr>M., Kid to his friends and the public gmerally! for the very
Tl wli'il** inimber <>f v ts jrhcn f i thp od'c rfenior i L 1 J5 t ibin.-t.! T.il !v Ittj.i.-k.: : I)..tTJtir.k Pit! f.r the Eeveth' : SiMiat'.riil ]Vtrict.. wr.v- I CilVfS! 1SC, : :c. Dvli) s. Lt C I'-u; ;a.a: L. Ti I j ('rockery.j I i>*il ti-! !oiliime. th.it it i ia "'i iftt.! m-'st rcrnarkaMo Si'*-ctinr.! j hundred r.ni fit>y-f>r.r ((75t ;) of th> V,". A. Htin- I Ln li.-K u-d t.tK 1. Jiilk. V.'or] rrciiinnes of the tago, f >r Cough. Ca'.h.Iifltzenza.: j
fn < :
u li-p. T..H. t n-.d I'aI bl- C'VrrF.t.i. j IIo.'il Cliina W-irc. Ir".n Stone and Plain Mcn! of Ed injjs and In ortiDg9, now, in retiring he most cheerfully recommends tLs
f.i reeoivel I three liun-Jre-l! aud eighty thi) e* i3'L)) find Ltj-Ti Ol'V <5Huti'!1a-:-, >ilk j jI lbloi! i .]..t.' | St.rd ld! T.-lU" r.VH-. : lI.tit ti \V1t-e, JiLniati; I CroiKhitiAth'.na} Paiii in the ftiiiiHU 1 Urea-t, >jiittiui'f all quJilies, together with Mautillas, iiul O. M. Lee received three hundred aii: *opii> C"UL.h and all Liij: ; C'-in-,
I ; 'Tl.i'At.;' CIn'h. :"i ii! -"i.rv :.i.3 1 ', riFlau'tl. | t'id rr&-i.i! .) > Coicrjii-n Ware, trade) Messrs. J. P. Bracewell and Co.. to his old .
ne(1.{ ) ; Mated a*!'., C' tto ud Wool Hu-v, ) .-, Huckaback: Piano Cw\er.,i jitow: W re, dc plabt.4, V.Lii'i.. if iiciKr! !< d. t 'i-ti!} trrinate in n.t.Mimption .- friends and ciatomers, us being gentlemen' in every .
I Tbe ch1.l numWr of vo > given f-T tl.e Thc -f I ; and the cf-rtitii-ate1 f tt '.hed to th" adverli Boots and Sbocs. way worthy of their confidence anti sopport. '

*5 na r f.r tb Twelfth SniaV.ml Plfriit.itt\* euitut would vfin f.illv: to justify thi* tatemet.' 4& TV TVTEN'S BydandYoutW* ltucettDragane..L1 S.S.KXIGHT. '

liorlre J hflt frtvtiv. ((24. .) >f tl Hf--v..St; w.rt Kip and Call IB54. 42 .

% received <'t>t Ji-m Ired n-id fv. nt\ f ui fliM.t I IWillim n"idJ 1 ltarvrc.i WU1zi- Ware .Vsllciis! Tl ;> -r.t lin. :".'r ir.aiy. Tears, becr fund tol Le ofiir $ 1 1jp.Cv'Iat1 Calf SetvM and Pi-c'd Ikuta, p .
/ .
J. DUUCAII rtonveJ ore ; tlar virtue in the cure t'f a'iF'fti- rf tbe Livtr Meu's Kip] PfilM PH>f.tit, ti.. Lt and heavy, Cabinet Furniture.

1vo'e(12I( Mitre leccrtly it was otthiued that it ji.l i 'Woirn.u'i Kip Peg'd B-iotet-s, .e'.L!
f.fTc; f Stt4.-n. ;t--.rv. 11! T'tn3 U'cr: Cr.Tl-.f f :
The who'.e n'lm'ifr >f vo> .vr-i f.r 1 r c i : I aHUmX a. ISuskins.
S'nfr.or for the thiitecnth Si-naV'n il Piitiict.ri'bt c 'i ;; Fret ? av; r.n-1 Fur Cit- Cl 'c i M ] t.,;, lir-j,'...s ]:'-,- :> I>.- ..q -hk' J*. I Plan jri. jHvr ii urrttin fl'.eciiag Ht f'iLungi, C.a.iIi ,
ate. n.I of 'ritiitl il.iroco r.nd Caif! Dti-kn and Uaotees,
'if a hundred aud thirty-oevt-n {' 57 .) if tl. .\ \Vj!. : .li 11.-a, ,; ( I11 kIt. A'it'. :nd ..: ( v BUN ]',,u M.y!.>. p iV. r"s CH-I-, i I ail diarsiies! of a palumnary ch.r ;tor. | Lidlta: Kid i Ties, Ruskin and Gaiters.

li,3i H. Cone r..evIve l l"...r hun ir* J .it"3 l irly thr) Ti!.: C' -. I lq\ 1ite., ( tu.i I'.ij'.t t jsnd V1.1 jni-'n I Kru-'his'. br.:% -rTh-in'i-a.' (> l I..gte, I With a good ttssortment ofllisies nnd CLildrenVHhoes. rrHE Subfcribcr ia Uamfaetnring 'and ReceiTiDg, i"
(4S3} 3.i i A. J. T Wright rcitf.vcd f-'ur hcnctred and, : i i'jTup : 1'iti. i- :ir (;Iit.--. 'I'ar. } JL an I will keep constantly! on haud a good assortment .
i IIi'cn i; ( ihid: ]'j>tt-i.r r.on-1 Axes ('o-!] .< .
q. : M. .. '
f.ur404)ln{ : ':-,- i F-- : I '"- Tirls r.rtc1p; n no-r univtr sally nf'icr. Trlflg*"] to t' j .f CABINET FURNITURE, consistingin part w

Tkit l* a'iir.Vr of vtilis :.rir. fr Ilia nfLc-f <.r!' j .\x '*, Hjnic Btlauc.Wtltt:., Ta Tia% p, ] V..i ; L I .zt.i1 C.ire: I.4i4..tCr. Frar I a. | the) tU'Ut h'-ulin? and! ctnVient alajalie.ttl] { -n fr (!i-c ased of the f'.llo ir j Articles; -.

f.r ihe Fourtt nth 'iet n..l I -tri't. nr.nd i; I-.OM S'sre Ix.*k Trace. JJ. art. H.itr! Fift ?.i-J:-! ] Ii.juc. r.. r : L.-I.. '- fl.-t.: C-ri.! ....i it-i ?:. -k | or d<-c3Jn I'lrtje, or uny p- t'an of the t fl-s-l-y! ortnu-- Hats aad Caps- DRESSING BUREAU Rose Wood!, ifalogany. .'

ICrfl Iri.rei, rvjl.ty m (7';<> .i <>f iJi- e. EIu.l, L .:.' r.irt! ; M..V .y ];:.<,',*. V,'..I i I1..1.II-.'4.e.: i !.-i't' t-.. ,'../-.. :S.-VI'DJ; : !':, i% C'..;t :.nl I fr.jrr | eular! part* of ti 4. }human l Ia'tiy'. It* ,lowJi'-inil! an l [ and Walnut with ilirble Slabs. ; 1 ft!
Ii 'pkiit I-C4eiveJ tlire hvidred 3'I<\ ot: y f-\ ti Jitl: '. f,i<>y }->-k'- a. '.'li.liii I!tare. !'2tt; -fi ?.,(! i tirewi vativo o'li'itiucf u'iil, < rct"od t l/v t5i- lirvp-! PLAIN BUREAUS. Mahogany. Walnut nd Bay. j
Tr.ieln raf.
Sh-r T Ur nnd IWe FasUJ % :
1 1 File I-o
/SO".M' J F lii Livit'ar t'tud t- t d thr.v .aflr on : :a. VVU] < ]-. I r. J.u, IVs! K i .n taiti 'I't.2.4. \\ .'} !.ittL.. ifl*, (;.jl'r | lii Ill tl.< ostiy :tirp-i i.f thvoild.I I. aikl pod< iibt ruwLT GEN Dia.hteavir flat. SIDE-F-OARDS. Mah-csny'Walnut! and Bay.

ti/liTj -nine (: 9.if I'.itit S i.l ;iott. Sli.\i-3: r.fd'Spn4AX'P! '! PJii. i ]lt.t; J J-.P!'$. 'I 1 ,,\f ?rd J-.r t M. vr 9. V"nt ll. j ''\ piii" ;' .. }inliiimen., tlu't the { rcpanition Ui-cd .. Wi.! a-W V P< rl ant N..w-a day with and! without Marble Slab*. j. c %Ii.?

; l'bc wI''i' nuilcr .1 r'.t f'r offi. ';, .- f \Tjii .v.-K, :gu-lj C-HiJ. Cott-jfi an i >!.4 ii.. I ,, -i. .n.. I't ,,nit: ,: }:i.iv' I ji; tli<- 'tt: it'tjiu.t of Utiuf vas curj.pd j'linni Sf-ortin Ha'J ff rdl qtwiit:.;.<'. CENT RE TABLES Rose Wood, il&hojmy and
Seat&it tli Sule iith eirn'onil Jir'-iiv "' .i'v ( '.. ..- -\\i'i. "'. Cli'.ic'ru.Vdo '. i taf tl is iri'jT'iiic'Mf. In lnt it wa fund with Marble! Slabs.
1 >r \vnt- ;ie5ittiJredcn'Jtwentynl'e(12 IJi.po. K flii :ti'I'! SIiit (;J-.TjR. fn-ju i ] < to tO >. I i..t rt I '.1::5, Kt'is'Jt paly r ag- 12 d!' z ilrnVBIn'-k: end Cfd W.-l Hafi.IV Bay. 4
: ( ::1 of ttii-e. ]E l>. Trnfr :-b. 1 IL !'1..r t J. :i...t t" I ho n nr.no' al .i= flflT2> hf nLari'iu. rf Ann rioa. iMXINO TABLES ITaTx-.gnny. Walnut and Bay. .
reiii evi-nt"-ojht; <7S.) aad J..hu JL Iluti Jl 'kTC''ie.l :-iijt' NU*. O'lt'ju cIt,.. ; aso, a Ltj'e lvt of Lii i (Ji-i. <" ; a. .J I'oy (Ju.b| jn.d >rtt:, r4. i.iI l..t'- Rtid I at :! :<* dry i' i is t.ur! pr-.m-'jia!. iml. in fvl I Men's y' *, (Y"..I.uth C.if-tr.d rf Irfar.ts a 1 Fize Sp..rtirt';nr-t i ice Huts, WORK TABLES. Mahogany. Walnut Pad Bay. '. :

f.ftt-one r in un.-juir.1 >ff.fe of t'ie lun.. Boy, Youth's and j Ir.fu'ts, tad | Mahogany Quartette Stand*. Dre.. rog Stands, Toiler ',J *. f'.
Tie uho'oiiumWi/f voe3 JTMYS f.-r *1 Ie fi"e: 'l 1 1L 1 or.any cj-j>r.Mich > :t. Tk.e v.h'* are : (. Stands Looking GLifws. Sof.i, T te-a-fete Foot a?. ;

L Sitrt.'r f fir lh<- :ci-.i..4.flt2 Sii it .riaI tit I1C. wsswid .-.- withlltt hL-tun'* tliis: l.ardr riMpfn-.en.kau'w thtt I Stools. SlalirtjjRDy Rocking Chairs. Walnut nnd Ma-

I twotunired lhirtyv I2'7: ; -f iJjc <", Jbtn1! a J a''i front <,<>;,*lffl.i.st1 to urtknown ain 'nj tem : ( rcckf ry, (iiass and Mone w are.JVERY pie Cnna tia'-k do. Cane seat ar.d WOOd do.; .Mahog .t''

J'ilurrw iti .l Thf, iu dicil Lfut! Hi all:! c ntrifs nj'p'nr; to hnve Article! usually kept in this line any W rdrobes.! Cherrv and P par.! lo.; R(4e Wood .... .
liam XV. MoCiill; rweive-l fify-.i.ii. ((5? i V.IILvnFin OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT Iat"ne avre .4 ''c .rrca.t P1taPr:1: c tILiari4' Wash Stands with Ma'iblo! Slab Mahogany do. Walnut. r. 9 iT

V ..! ebet.; lirt e t.b : HP.ur *r-v. ir.t: a. !H 4'4't' ? it iu tl.. ir '-rtte('. Bay atd Poplar K; JIao<;ar y Biv.lc Ca e% >.
; n'I tir1" tl! .i' 1 frfi! Gtrf 1 P '
nt "" a wit
ip; ; i: -> a-i : IVH: >T: w'tv'i \\il! hf> c ,; j -* Ir.'r' JM JJ, t
fl IS : f3 ; L,.. l.u-b4i i. 4f f n-/r.i! !. IV. Cii-.t.? of St l'i ter- Saddlery. Walnct'nnd Bay do.; M.ahoijaay b.I! pott Bedstead!*, ?
TO'Th I rkiit j.-nn't. I'M OA il.V- }; --p a' \ L- i i. .-i \ -i -.-f X > t'i' -r i 1 1V --t.-p, 1'.r. BjuS'de*
.1 w''i1cnutnVr of vote* pitc-Ji "n i*." Q ti '"-..nr'.tr II.-n-ail: I S'i.u'1L.rl.i. S ir ir a' :r--1 I J | ,.?< l IJ -i I l'-I! r :r ... r .'.. i !j. .f. cJr.fi/1 P.d'r.-I j l krLi.. Pre't: t. i.f P..ii ail il- dltinp.iVdIK rQAPPL'S.. Bri'ie! STartinrilf, Grl! Mah-gaoy French d>., Walnut Cottage do,Bay. Cierrv. ..0 '

n the fletntt tb' ei' 4 v.rnTi. frui .i I l iI I (; .. .. ...,- : -. '; .. .. :a h.i : .i! t.. : : Cp r. )la ve \**. njn the hal.! : ..f c.>- .l.r.i.x; ? it w ih T. O ir'"i""l 'aSr.tir.ColIr! !. IIan es, Carpet r.nd Poplar.high nnd low post do.; Jlah'-gnny .. ,
and Lta'.Ln
a-ii W'.txd-ill-! FI-II r-Vriin. (C.iii.M. :.M -1. i* > .'in Uii i! Bitt Iron* -
| i ? S.-JJ.K: ? -r'i.. ( t a'il I VjM ot ui!! km S. (.rt1..i s, I4C*. Vid1- -*. Stlrnip I r
.sy.'wna; 4J2 :1 "f tl> f.inr I) OII .ITJ ) f ...f J-i..r; > i'ic", 'V.>i .-at.-r ? ..UviJ'u'klc I .I IV jt inC .. r>. : .'...':. C : (.*, 'var, ?!i- ; J\ kI.'L..w Chow. _. (iL, also ikrLuj LtulUr Calf Skins, dc: ic. j Cane seal DIo do. Children do.. Cimmon Cane rj
h'j-ilr J r.-ij two t . Ale. !Porter, itrc rf (rj'i.t.-J it 'P 1 itd.itiit!! I II Seat da; Mahogany Veneering, Hair Cloth J-*: 1 i-*
1"iud -jJ ttTJty4u:1J) ) TV crv :.< ea foi VuIu ''I s-bnei! AM-IIIW E ..rrp" o-j thr I\ and Wire Cloth. mAlt +
i'i'-tir: !1. Mi' trl ale J M..l'i Ik.: Yt.i-> P-i'A.lir. Cr.nlni! ii< !1) i- J C.irr.tr1) -i. d! .IItc5! and f f"Th erie: is
1 IVa-ir ii, ? ,,n.t 1'n *. rvci I t;'jn--i: if! i TT u-n !i- <'uirrjt: Apj!o Jt.i.i Qii.e .1. tiv, I'i t.r.i H, P1.1 1'i ttts. 1'a'ii'U 3tea l p'.r.to cn;;raI I wruppf-r aroiw d pi'trUttl'j j Bonnets. of which will be sold low for Cttb. Fumltur -' .-'-

testjinony crh r". f we Ijnrt lirrrto t-ft ur < fTi ; I.LVa ". C a:(. Ii u Ti. Oi < r i-'i' et Hir.. !II i_' i! -!e r iv On *,-. \'.Ii-;" (.:.IncStairh; : While Pii.-e !1 pfr l..'te: or MX l..n! f. r ?5. Su!J N A-yr-rtmrnt of Bnnnc'.s, Wrectl.s f.nd in- repaired i-hort notice. C EO. DAMON. .,

t' ea1 1 51 lU-os. l'me' at the CDjiito! j jt.f i-i th? C.ty' I] H.TI-, Aj-pl- in-: ir. hi.- IV.-.I' JVnt. lout r t..t| .. ] V.'l I :i ,- L. u'a. J ji.,.. .i.ta' ; I'mtv. !R{.,;;.-,! Li".i 'n-.l 0.!, ho'. g ile ni 1 rt-tbiL 1 1.);. 5CO V I L A M!F.AD. j jIIS 'j2z: \JL tide flu* trs, lc ic. Oct-r' rSI. 1351. II w 42 r.. '- A'I.

thu' iee izjd (IY of a n-t p.-nu O j.! L Lird! Oil. iliebin.J.I '. ,iii', n-. i P.-V I r ..tj < r.t. S .l.v: .S-.v.rA'aLi, iJujyViry ToUoco, Charifs) i>
A.DU54. :- nuJ; araia.tri.la, ititi Le'14(44 S. tam PArC ( Lt-vi*, M.araAz, s.c.I' .Ntw Orlenr.s.! j jGtneial *
I F.: L. VILLEPIOUE.Kfcrelirv i Atfeii f-r ti.f:: SoulLcro State?, to wLora all Groceries.TO q HAVE just receive
if State. i Lsu-( (ii-lerc nuilt h.? ad>!rfd.I. I IS'M TO and Ltara Cofr-e, ld Oov'rmmont Java. :I-J supply of Cloth-, CHSfirceres, Vestir-gs. to rV.

C. IL ALVIiN. 10") T -.xes Superior Scgns, Cli'>i-c lirunis of T'i.ecr: Xcw Orler.ri f vrnp. A.C."r4 al-o lay 1). II. AWr. Tiarr.nrl I
.- : 1S51. 4J HOD'JKISS & SCOTT. :; )httC.iT.illjhs-) < ; \V r.-,' -r A S.-n. Chnttahouchcc -. Cri-ri s P.iv ilcr Tea. G 4.stiTt Butter pn -k -l in at.Snla {repared to rnnxe up in the m.'t tiouaMe style, ooshorl

i 1nv.4.2 Hf.4. 44lto ----- -a-C -fl-- --- --"-- -- ----- ; (!o-i. F Bjltzell. Manam-a; J ,rdaii A D.i-' :CiM'Vr Mtd Pprer S-uie Old WiwhestirWhikey nutic-e and reasonable term,. t a

-tl2spU1 :: 1)),,! Ftate in :1! <'H.v.XOTK'E vi>l->n, ( ':inv; A. H, Wilson, Newport ; SauiuJpule ISCP. Rne ana ll:.ll.ipd Gin Mfcdeirs. Port -ALSO- ; :.n ''

-- -- FASiilOfJABlE FALL AH9! WINTER u-'Mi ttt t4 f 'neI l.Xiow\ Naita.inr Bl.trk.ind 'Whif do! .ton. M! uitii-ello. urid ifhrrry Win?, Ouicr.s Rre.: T- hum itt-'I S": WEtl. SELECTtD FTOCK OT t ;';

) 1 0 coNriTcI US Nbri ii.! .. L I'pr <-r T-'i !.i l'i tli, CVp<, By Alabama and 6r- q' 1'i'if ( '.tf: 'kt !F.-i..t. P and d.uMrc.X! fine end wbf.I S. ; I
Florida Rail! Ko.id Co.. p rrp I ? .UdJers. PowiT-r: in quarter. half < Mf>liu Shm-s, Orf 'ri 1,1,1.! .Terr! M>!e Fr.-ncli I.iUtt Cider; n"d Wlute wine Viiwjar. White? Hum. Penchni.d
('uaF Ei..iii On-tri:, ) t such as Cloak Talma". Coats. Vests. J'/iats, ACL, Aa
& -- 4TIICMAIi L< :.'li. r ala,. .Xulllfyil! ; Mid .S'irj r-, )!t-ys'e iVd pER P--rqrc A. II. Kiii.lall. frria New York. A rpIeBraiidv, .rttricari Brandy, and Old) Nectar .
Pi'LttlL (.Dt.L.r which will be di xnd of at low prif. :
'I J P. r.wDoLx and) <.-wcd r'o .T... Li-li< K..1 ::'.iI.I.r.. d 5a WulkiuffSI I CO l'5Ri; and Java C. tlfe
rLtD jTopct.i.' \ulll.)i er.ie -iro.i! t Iif (;: ieP. ,.*". I&X: J.ut Giuteis;: Wlii> Kid d.i. lute 25 Il'i.; Jfo. 1 8. ap. \VIkey. Also a la 7e lot of Plain and Fancy Strt Collars, .1
ct fu.ly call tli! nttuiti'-n of tie ,
L \ r(9' Undershirts. Cra'irat. Stoeks, Hosiery, &e.. '. -
4, JLuiover S' New the /.f
fCt York 4. \TOULD !
tUk Cn.jva.
Cliildriii'h 10
uj Sh.fB o! Jiffciciitulitiie.! :
f 1Lidia': :itial Ii. e.att. frieta
-f 4 t y Thoae frtirii.g a thorough out-fit will eon'ult their f&
( SovttnV-r; aftar that I 1'mw. ut :I h<- '! of t! 5'J Sardines, ('lothEg.fl tj
vomjwiy hi tli vull n-li-ctfil tilil I ta-ti fill a.'M.iUm-ut <>i FALL I IASJ (awn inter.t' by ; vin me a atI, as al the above ,
y Fw.mJlR till the U'h f IX-ot-mW. f-.r "
tlit ej..lrlt ; : V.'INTLT., (.; ; !. (;, o1Ttlifl, an I TrAk L.vinj ; ulwi, n.thf .1r.ru'f Kirk. all varirti"". 11!. 6 Tien-en Ru-, ..:1 C"n. G. nf lens* n'ft c-l<'red Tweed Frcck, Sack '
hr s.t Ms; c"or! ', n': ::t itij j.v of I ,i'1j'i' Cul I b'tttw
; i, i in )rait 't 1 th$.* l-iH iu.iijj art u Ib ai1t ri-si ou ir-h i il s.'ta of Ciiiua W4ro, otr r. 0llnidxvnrc 6 Boxrn n M>rted Candy, r.nd ).afFr! "k Coats. Ovorcont of all k'nds. with n JOHN PJRAT01UUS.
)! Jflk. Bud for UKJ A Fin
OlK.vs. A..ASAKA "
-i.ju as iilpre peat il 1 iaCti': fl. I3f (.'a.i a'd 125 Ti.biccf, r.wrtrjnt of Yeete, Part i. Shirts, Drawers, Collars.Ac. October 21.1834. 42 : t' '.e'

: I.A P.tiL Uiurj Ct/Krv OF FI.ORIUV. i iTtic jtiiievur (Juudt Irfvtc >what ilt-tai'iac. \ au 5 Cnllerjnnd 60 D.rIa.Ti&Q! ., ic. _ _ _ .,:1 % ;:;
w.ftk v'I'l be divij d jrin eir.jill secti't.*. and j/su j 25 Iron N.und! R anal 10 gallon egi', .r'_
bian: i he made Fir onor in-ire. Pp'fi!'H 'f thC Dry ;ind Faiiry Cioods. j jAm ; s nnd! F.nft lrl t Iltiiv.-". Pen da.! Game 10 Barrels Ciuilied! Sugar, WHITE & SLUSSER

Lr.e can be on Rt the OLe(! in $** Yt,' k u-itil the I IttV Sleat Poiifh' a, Pywii 1"1atkI. Tuitffirix L'vm- ft C< !fee Ilardwr.rr. 1i
-ri< nn nnd F.i.-li-h: jjiinis, Fiench 3f, Trn.k nnd Pudlixki, Spadea, I Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Copper
aft "
;r"Ximo; <.r that tiiuc, at hay Gtfee cf tl.e Cumj j 2 Boxe? I/of usually kept iu lUs: ; line.GUNS. .
j iny in l..fl2C.1L (;;i.iaI1.: : I lt.I: nit'! i'aa'.in; 11ek titid I"i- Sli'n ., C-illin'i A x.' I.H-1!! .pmitl> Biiow anti To >ls, 10 Starch. EVERYTHING Tin, Sheet Iron, BriUania Japaned-Ware.. f' ..
j 1 I
T 1 r-e ctMintry: is very healthy, the (jrarjincj] I'.pht.rndsufli : i.ied A'MVool D* I-'iinc Alpci-as ilol-air! Li."tre.P I CI.JM-IN Atgtrt*. Hollow do, Plmi'-s: Cut .Xr.i' An il<, ALSO I
it 'J nd Jilufk; Cott.'ntl' i 4P. l It-k! Sik: 4)0) i! Yiep I Hoc- Point Trace Cliains .4i
-'ni' '.tIs!<' is and rai'i mn be lin.l 4jn the line < : : Q.! Flii'igb .S[ irt Lc.v. Almondi.fiurirjowd Lr
ftlK t.ai. Contractor* riJl UUvhat ih-v v.i'.lLidti'ta.ke : 1Li1 k4S' I.4J Cott.tii aria! (; itg1tnta IJir.k.'eI.kf! ted : t-l", Asle Pullios, I ,Miip; Catialk tk.e! ,Curtain 1 Itmd*, Iicperwl Ten" Walnut*, .-CO Double Barrel Gar.'), vnyylnc frr.rp Cooking, Parlor mis! Wood Stove, *

to do the work for f.r rjt-1..1. fjr < ?lvh 1 and iJltalJlanK! ts, '.'t-doa !'u \-rrrJ inTid SfiHtllodo! I JHat'hets! IIIiC. Bit-t Iron Battn. iJnttvin Kni es, r to 550. ALSO a general amortmeut of lUST received all tri-nr-H and in completeorder 4,4.i.4; i
JU.od$ iu d V"Cit ; tli. \>imd* in.terett I Kifiv, fJeorpi Plain", OfLlrIrg. Tirkin, K 'titrekvJcan \v* 11 Wlwel*, KCrcwB. Coaeb'ireidie Brads, Tacks, Olivcu. Bla"k-n.iih! Tt..<.l?. j of the latut improved patterns and f'r i ;

ttt.. rit. .f tt I *, Tw1'"!*, Wol'-h ii'id! !ii-IP.I, ) F'annid'!' I(j Razors, Casts, Tta Tuns, J pi.ri, Lc.i Stuart* Syrup I'lachtB, Salaralu, 0.-toUr21!, isl. 42 sale at reduced prices, and will defy compettiioa j

en1&nnftU7 in I e Vutk, ore It! Vlai3 and Hi'in IJ'iroyf and! !SI l" t4Itt 2*, FuinitnreCalii Brandy Wacr :u>-I Grn1rI.lGLrgr, } for ncttfiess, durability md servictf.Ilomc rI.
r cpUon of the bl.l -r, Cik! Carol.na Plaidn, Klue D.-nim. j Croo-rio Citr.m 3i4 i
; Apf-n i *. Scotch Herrings, Fresh trackers and Caeese* l orlc.RooCncr j
To h'dJere pciwiilly? unknown ti C. tt"ti dn, \ !i'teDiii.ity. Currents, .
thoynirrw 'ned TabV Ia.navk) : Jlird Fy Di.ijx-r: .
.f the! Sicar, Coffc".Tens. Rice, llortonV ri-TeLmfea OiardBrai. Itaitt tii'. BOXES Soda Crackers, Ornamental Head* for Gutters. Gnttrnf.? g )
rwv rent iits will be 1 mi.flin' Yi'-t T.iwn. Jac"t I
r pr p yin u-tum l I U Hik atil I Swi s : na
i faitlJul r.rfrTnM1c. 4.1 the e-iiilrA!. for inn un, L'lu-n, ('nmSiicmbroiihntl I* C. H-rd-, .(ly, ("Irir M-ilifiaol; piuptisr*?) put up in Q'iartDeiiii..I.iis J'.ir ttale by BERRY A ROWLES.OctoUr 20 lJ JThTs.SuarII Mu Tin eondnctinc Piper, Sheet Zinc Sheet Lead. Lead 4 '
and f >r faiiiily: t-. Old ili ii'>ii< a'si'la 1854. 42 Work of
: r, the! jateati of the und<-r iiic-d: to hnve ihe 'kaitj, fi n ftitda-d don Flai'i iii! )., C 'ii'itcrfi.ini ( 21. Pilot PipeCWernFirnips. Shop every descrip-
$ q Line cf Itiad open f-r tiavul bv the firni .j.ji ( tlitb, 1..rigi-Ii i nnd I French) Crip* I!itl.fl. Ailiiicinland 'Vt'!.tkaV. il.i'icir.i W Snuif IflE. Tale XLerry: do, Tojlxicco Theodore A. E. Bobnstcdt, !5 Butter tion done with neatness and despatch. ,
; reh JPr'3. rltawea. Havana Spir -ip. Caudl. Lump 5 a. Water City and G cnfry Merchants will find ft to their nd-
1tack Istee aUti Dotttt! Veik, Black !iTrn1tg -
I vialM!! > receire prnwIIi; % f.-r five Looimo'm' Crts C.alltr, anal Sltev.antcred and 1nkirn | (>;iI i, Staich. P.iwdiT arid Shut Vinegar, H.ilt l'i<-kh-s, ', tROFESSED Tunr-r and Repairer of ft u Letnon | vantage to give them a call before purchasing els .
Cat. Caudics, CloB, il.-.cc, Piuietito, Catsia! Mutaid. the citizen of Tullisbc "
( di pp Cream 1 where. '
k !icinone of IB. two of it, tutu I woof 'j tinucack mitte SIlk Huu-d 1.i., L idit SraiIil tiik 5 -
} Al o, f ve Pas. cnr Car*, of the Iate.t tn,' 1-14', L Wad lust-I tITatI', IJiaIie IIiiei 'V'iiie! ie: nn-i furroundin'rKimty, thnt Iit. will ri-rt-.r.iii -ALSO- (t Nff N". B. All onr articles are mantraetnrei from 3
I ira.] eoLued, Fra-iad, October 21. 1&54. 42 few week for tinpurjuw of tumiiR rr repair the best material and warranted durable-no r
r'ructnn. w'L the lateft impr rrdv! titihtnip. Aitei I Iij Unt iineri'k Gloveg. (; 't'I here a Boxes English Chees* very
c1 rhi" : Joa Freight; (.'ur,. Albi! ., litifcn lun uni;I I 1lkiu au I.jg.'kj,, 4.,., critio anI 1..r'-II doL ing f,r lho e wb' may f.: vor him \vsth a calL Orii! rs 53 '. Pine other will be offered for ale.
(tetit ti HitI J.a.iIt.II (; Copartnership Notice. left the i iok Store, or at the Planter! Ihtel. 5 Applo October 21.1854. 42 :
be at
be delivered IVr, 3.i auyiilet. and
*i. 1- ".'f. to nt &fic by 111S51. L : Cottii, Oiiagl.ain may 25 best Goshen Butter. For pnle! hr
'fJ : Payments wiil be made in 'cash! ;M.i.: Urnr'Ia'nt ClattAfl atial 31uiu shirts. Tnr iindmijrneil having: liourht ont the stand f.>r- !. He trill sfter IcarinTaltahaneee.. 'iMt the fat-! Kegs BERRY A ROWLES. New Fall and Winter Goods. $ -

J. I). WILLAMSO.V, Chief En inwr.Ko.r.iber w Iii and Jrawii ( -tt..tt Ilia..e, Bai-j! i.tid wI ke Silk ) occupied by Jnv. White at Cent e\Lie, lowiiuandiutonnedbte p laces. I iz : Quinrv. Madi- Ot.2ltb l54. 42 j ,

4, Ib4.; lui 44 (I,)... (teiit \Iiie.iruA'tI( 1ixe.j, Metjtjo 'jne '%Vut4 Fl' rida. sflhle(4)iflUCthe buiiu-OH niuh-r the name I U.n.Jacks.-rrtille. i>L Augustine, Pulatka. Kewmn- ,

tour.'ry Imli, lime.Vw Hud! ntjile of Hyio t C.JIKI where Ihry lire now of- ville, Tampa, and return ihcuce by Apalachicola to thi* DAVID c. WILSON

> York; Notions-com* and rt-e-too numerous feting the prwi-ut stork at a reduced price. Wo solicit place. Just Received per Bark Kimble" from
Master in Chancery's Sale. to particului ize. the patronage of the former customers nnd others. RecomniCLclations nstohis capabilities yon will Kew York. I Snnw receivinsf from the brigs Remrcgton.sa Wse. f1._

B virtue of a Decree in Clianwry., rnidcu-3 on A. R. COMBS! find below: HEALTH. and other vessels! his nsoal supply'of Fall knct

the 24th day of October. A. I). "if 1 51, in L on Rend Wade B. F. BYRD. 44 Mr. Groschcl of Monticrl'o: ria.. allows huno .f the FOR rnr. BENEFIT or Winter Good*-ail of which were selected bv hinwlfin '

Circuit Court, wherein; Duuirl Lttlic. Joshua Edward CIolIing. Cent resile, October 2C, ISSI. Sm. 43 pleasure to recommend to )hif fri.-nd nud amateurs CASKS Ale and Porter New York and purchased on the most f vorabl# .

aad Catherine )hi* ifo, and George LeaI lif in- Blue Blanket Ovrr Coats, Sattenet anal Kenturiy.leans of musie. Mr. Theodore A. E. Bohnstcdt, as a good 'O 1 Ctit-k Old! 1815" Brandy, tf rm many of them at reduced pricea. which will enable '

fnt, by Alfre4 A. Fii-her Li* ut-xt friend, are GunV Fiock d-', Twcrd and Ca sir oro il!a. Il!Iuek. Tar Tar Tun r and Repairer iat f Pian t'." 5 Bbls A pple! him supply his customer and all who may 3

itainanti' an
)& id L. Evans., and H ra Ann hi* wife nre dofeudanU f and Cafsimrc, 1'uuts, I-rrey. .Sattcnet Plu-h, Valencia FOR 'I his Tar being entirely free from any 4October !2 lb-4. "rn S -nt. copy Tm 43LOAG 3 M Old Peach [ credit, at price* certainly a* low, if Dot lower than tnybonee
I wli I* sale and Sutiu Vo-ts l> Oatc American Gin, in this city. They ia part eontkt of
eprse nt public octcrv, brfuie Figured. Merino r(-fca grit, dust, etc, is the very !Iwst in the Court HOUM door in the Citv ,f T1iIIfiN.u( (,? Linen SLit< and l Collars, White and Brown Drawers: ?. ilrS'AU'iIT 4 ORMoND. & iALBRAlTII, 1 UolUnd M Fancy &staple Dry Good,!Stationary,

Monday, the 4th day of DecemUri xt, v.itiim IeiI: 1 tivether witha beautiful assortment of Cloths, Fieucb gin New Port October 28! 154. 43 ATTORNRVS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, IL.%. 1 Cask Gordons' pale Sherry Wine, Boot and Shoes, Drug andSaddkry Ptrf ., .

hours, for cawh, the following dow-ril,(.d laiid to w 'itBoutbwt auJ EnglUh Fancy C.t&timeriVestiujje, tc.m have 1 Madeira Flar.lwarp. ,
I *octi-Ki sl, i A. LONG & J. B. CIALBRATTII rvo-- Baskets Ilfidsic Champaign,
Town-hip 1 25
Kalre| y.'rti, fl.IIAW War*. Srocme
Bank. rf LHW.
and Wet; situate. ly5K, and bem Marine .1' plated themselve' in the practice -
? in the County .f',I -ALSO-- Crockery and Ota.s Ware, Ira* and Stael.t .
Leon. anl containing on* hutiJrfl Ilatx, Caps, Boots and Shoes. resumed the Agency of the above Banlc,, They will attend the Courts ia the Middle Circuit, the
inc ixtv aJrw of the United SO Bottles Old Brandy that will do soul t Lite and Cap.Bonnets l4grng and R a
Lule lesi.' Purchaser to pay for title. Molchkin Ilatfl A 1. Jale'l style, Men's I am prepared f"r th tramneti'm of business. Supreme Courts and the District Courts to taste. your and Trimmlnga tPEntI, Oils1 lb.

Jl. ARCHER.JH, Black and Colored Woollen Hats, Boy's Sight Exchange on New York for sale.THO States at Tnllaha-'see. grind BERRY KOWLE3.. .MonlwdB"75 Clothinj.Tallabau :

S14eaI HtkUr jn vhaurrrr' dat. I Vail, Cubun Jii., Blnclc Cuban d' ., K'iffiuthJo. do.. )?. J. PERKINS. A entOfUbsr Otfi<*e opposite the Court Uon"I I Oet.CllSH. 4: OttoVer 14, 1U4.
*t 2P1SH. 6t Sent. er> 43 Oetabtr IS, 1851. *
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'.' LOR-JOStril T. PILL-W. LA W TON,JR. TALLAHASEE, FLORIDA, TRADE IARK.IIlGnEsT months after date. shall
SIX present fir '
I FALL- a<*
NEW AND WINTER -0- PATENT STEEL CYLINDER in vouchers to the Hon. Judge of *
NEWS TOOTH Wholesale and Retail WlA .. I ISagar
W11.[ M. LAWTON & CO. Jefferson County, as late Sheriff and **"
t'' FANOY G-OODS. .I_ GIN whose failure has been re1ortedthrough admiailttatq.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. JI officio of the estate of Gran
OU7'b4'MADEBY Henry .
t all of the growing States, i is still Itt.
t. -...- C' of said and ask be
County, to di.administration. .
Sra Jslanb Cotton /actors and able to run, and dining the Inst has beenbrought rrntn .
: '
} THE nubscriber are now receiving and opening one : (Ion nRT. Dyestuffs, Surgical! Instrument tl, DANIEL T 1Ii
,.; Urgvet ant?beet selected blocks of FANCY I ti that state of pre.ti.n which H\'r! >its 1)Iln.*. Snuff Window Gins. Paints, September 16. 1854. 87 LI GQ

I GOODS ever offered in TalUbaMec. and a-e determined No. 13, Southern Wharf success certain. For ? li great stiperirityover Oil*. \"ami IIt' Putty Manufactured Tobacco, _fa

% to fell tbrm at such price. as will command CHARLlSTO.\. c the MW Gin i strikingly apparent to goo.lju.lges. awl l Gla.* 'A'.iro. Patent Medicines.Fine "'NORTHGUTTA Mill Rollers aid Gil
consists in its the lint c/ta ncr. Sq
f3r the approval of all buyers and of course insure a August 26,1834. 34 ni This tlpriurih. leaving :,'apFill( Tooth, Pure Wine and Brandies
two., and doe cut, sizes Sugar Mill Rollers
? qukk and ready ss e. inoie 110 for Medicinal FOUR eonstaatlv
and Hair Bru.-hc, ,
. %.i We solicit an early call from the Lndics of Tallabft Copartnership Notice. break or in nny way injure the fibre, nt the saint: Bras-he*. Fancy Articles.Jar.ion purposesTaint
*ee, of the Coonty and I surrounding Counties and undersized have this day entered into a co time impArting t., the lint that !soft and oily r.ln ( Seed Fine i Havana' Sfrnrs.He Wheel Segment M. H. P03D

til buyers generally,-that they may be fully satisfied THE : in theWHOLESALE which is natural to the staple when picked by( Ji', !, has r'c'nlhrr'eiV11 per brig* hn Sawyer and l COMPANY lo Newport September 2, 1854. II
the lot of seed '
.: the lint from same
t ef the cheapness oud great vnrie'y of our Stock, fore AND RETAIL ma1""c than when Mnt.'iik a /'.;r and fresh *'//>/>/i giuucc
from to cents pound more
are fully satisfied that for be.-iuty and variety of i I per of articles UMKilly: l hl't by ilrinrid"' Planter antI) P
trie tock cannot be this side of the IxtDcIN.E1s: : on the :" in. undersigned. Agent for the rAIhP.
our surpassed and Physician* will always* fiiul at this c'tabli"hment a full! 2 NEWYORK THE ::
AM STYLE OF It cleans the Sea land Cotton
Allegheny UounUinn. f.NDER TiE NAME 113utifl1 wi OF WI iSBoaO"s.c. 4&W
!supply i'f every thing needed, ami! on the most liberal
T. H. CRICHLOW & BROS. BARNARD MAXWELL. cin from 8lll to 10W'.pounds per N' flr term 1' pared to discount Bill of Exchange, P1'

September :30, 185'. 39 & 1lmrturCr: have tested it. the lint is in a much Orders from the Country promptly filled and sati Chtek. I \i i l>e pleased to sec their friend better coud.tion' fur the Mill than from any other with both Towns of the U.S. Also liberal principiit
i fiction
regard to and
wv Plantation for Sale. I : & at the old fUnd of E. DlnarJ.: Gin. : guaranteed prices while in store, and writing orders tc. 011
n of the Mortar corner of Monroe Caro'in Mer* It SmofE-lgeco-n', quality. Physicians; prescriptions carefully com
I In North
valuable Plantatir in Jefferson County for Tat11 pounded. Sept 23, 183-1. 87
THAT ( streets, where they will keep County Mid Dr. B. I. 1 Hill. : County and .DA..1f.LA.Dt
the residence of the late Rev. Wesley Adam I AirrriNfvs COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT -
*, within OM mile of Bayley's Mill lying on the I eortment articles sppcrtainin several l others,. have: triithe! Gm .nShoit Coiton the OF BITCH IT.DecemlHrSI Medal of World's Fair and Gold Metla ioo Boxeiifaeturf- bt,

: road from Monticello to Newport,containing 4 UO acres, the iut public.s. and solicit the patronage of past.i.. '.siason..,..< tk.and V..,nl(HIM,highly,.. !,_. plea iKHiiul__ _!ed!>>cithi sweep the rei'lL- -,-IMS. 51 .. h...... _Institute_ _!_ awnnled. _._. __ .for_ _these u _.goods. Consignment UHE
vitfa all the impruvements about 140 acres .U u C'nn.- "I\H.I'.UOljst:: ; U1" CO.. 102 JHUAVW.A\; I
l of the same cleared necessary, with Corn Cane, Potatoes. Hoqn, E. BARNARD. JR.. Capf.: ::John:: ;;Duncan; of):atI'nll" ho pure hatt Glass, Oils, White Lend, &c. PINK STREET, where may be fonnd T subscriber has 400 Boxes Virginia (1DIIr-
TROUP MAXWELL.February that i bad: tured Tobacco, of assorted
G. wild! in1\'xs. 11'
fft Cattle Mules and Farming Utensils with a good Sugar first two Gins :( t f\f\ BOXES: Window Ob".Mi'orteli7.C'*. Gntta Pereha Goods in Great qualities pot lip 1Iith
his it Variety than last Season's I lot
(; more care
1(4)1854.( ) 5 r.in.d them in-time fo Jimt-d and better
: Mill, well arranged dc. and sold for the purpose : 11.t h.Itt'f./ Xl/U 100 ke-4 White Lead pure,extra & No. 1, 'at.'
idra of making a Division among the legatees. Said Plantation would have made a d"rcncl orr..J'.! ) ) 5 barrels .necd Oil, Far superior to any other Water Proof Goods in the to our climate all of which will be sold right trj1
S. W. BAKER his fL market comprising desirable articles for chants and Traders ; also on time, to
is situated in one of the l est neighborhoods for d,1I1/ \'r. 6 Lard Oil, many Export good
4q1r.4 Leulth nnd good Society in the County, and within one ATTORNEY AT LAW, \ iicliGin.areWnTraflt'lt0P1k 1:0<) run.I8ofilt 20 Kegs Zinc Paint and Cour.try Trade consisting in part of Coat, Cloaks D.u--L. LD.
hours. 4 S itch Gins d. fn.1 Pouehe Overall Newport, Septerober 23. 1854.
mile Springfield Church. in 12: The Legginn Cops. Souwester, Camp IS
TICELLO. JEFFERSON FLA. package* Fin'-I'rnnf Pnlnt. (bbls.nnd J bbls.)
Persons rihine to purchase will call on Mr.W a -b-- COCTY 1Ql' to 1200\ ]poundof lint ki the same tll. 2 barrels I Rectified Whale Oil. Blankets, horse Covers Carriage Cloths Piano Cover -
March 18. 18 II nnd to run a. h-ig na a Saw GUI ; and *. Fire Buckets Tiavelliug B.. *. Surgical Articles Curled Hair Mattrastet.
intfon Patterson, on the place, 'Who will show them :. proper fWt'11} will be made 2 Train Oil) 1 bbl. Copal Varnish, g ,
the Kime.Teruis. in caoe ,with proper ut 'e, they and Strain Packing and I-nndredfl! of other article received ou consignment lot
DR.W. f. WHITAKLR falure Spirit* Turpentine in lariel at retail. A sen- JUST a sf fiD tnte
t; : WILLIAMS. )t v RESIDENT PHYSICIAN of 45 inch Gm ?r.on. For r inch SC25. To material 1. 11. .un::. tetmiouH,pliable and (.1J clil.fJlt, injured by fatty substance hot weather, which we will sell low to close. It
} Il'Cutl're. TALLAHASSEE.) FLA. de-x-t or l.indfi.j! to thepurchsir. and unlike, India Rubber WILL SOT I E-
,, A1SERV11H1GTO\, j f be delivered: at the nearest J'I.111..r 2 I. is!!;?. 51 D. UDD
: September ?!, 1651. S6 OFFERS bis profest-iona i / 'l"il to the citizone of and M.m furnMieJ to bet the Gin running. CC : : AND nLCO STICKY ; are CHEAPER New Fort July 15. 1854. :5

fe and vicinity.. Office first d"or East : Term* Cash! on ten dnjstiiallliere : Wines, Syrups, &c. and different from any other Gutta Pereha madein

?% i. Music. of Post Office building, immedwtely adjauicg Dr. wi be a !stock "r these Gm" kept in .al- Of.ird Brandy, Fresh Dates this country or Europe, and In Leon Circuit ConrtT "

II. II. BROWN will rei.urneinctrnc. Na.h. lahu !ec the P-iick 1 i Store reeently oi-upied by OLD( !. I'oil.. Claret Warranted to Stand all flimates. BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTRICT

t., : 2 \"lDl"IRS." ou the i110 'rte oa Moudav, tLe Jnutrv14.154. 2 ly Men. E. T. Ta\lor. A Co. fur the sale of thurtiiwGius. )(h: I"ira", Old) I Port Juice.Spaiklip CERTIFICATES from persons who have tested! Haley T. Blocker Sheriff and ex-officio a 1n.'S ,

& -"p. : w9lh .,f October Tlt'J t. Sherry, : Cider, the good }be at the Store of the of'the Estates of Graham nay and ChaiW H
A. may -
Tallahassee Company. &
Ej' ;e K Hirn, under the Masonic anJ 0.11 Fellows HalL All (om-unCtti'n. .JJrrcl to 'JI} (.Agent at London IVrtor, Scotch Ale. vis, deceased, complainant
] 854. S9 5w will meet wi ith nth-uti l.e TERMS LIKE::HAL.
Sejitember, prompt I Pe.-irhe}
;-;' _ _ _ ATTSBHair AT A lJ tTALL.lASSEB Bran-ly *, Brandy Cherries, Dealer invited V9L
FLA. A. I CARGILL .AGF'r. HaQI.I'rrJ Syrup, KanliniFreh -*, are to examine these goods before I William N. Havj's administrator of John J7avl. dt-
fluwhere.Order .
PERMANENT LI.VE.I h"rt Strawberry r."Ietcr, purchasing ceosed. and against Nancy Lee, and William In-
<;. Th Gin can pen
p se 1C il
] f'pcli"n
- May "I: Lemon It I' :('eUted to amo'int, on short notice. |
: any
r j the 4'.ZnflltRiC-tullu't f nt (1 Shvl.Ginger is. and Jlarv.. his wife., and lease TTavui.. dAf-
.tfonit ( 11p -- --- -- --- ---- -
( lilt.il. VA L T \.-Jsase imitation?, made of Varnished I -
J T-jT ifl|| RENEWED COMMUNICATION Xli tea-oil' at 11'1 l'la.tali"l of j R.V.. Wniam-! < MI.Wru. 'I Salmon! India ants.
: Boarding. : ,.. Guv.; Hr'llh C.1 nndV.. 1Ll.<-y'l.! of Pine Apple Ie .4 Claim. Uubb, are already being offered in the market IT appearing to (the Court by affidavit,that defend

t: 1'' '
*'. 1&i*' .'* (occasionally via Bay Port and Tampa BOARD! be bad at Mi'Dr. WILSON'S.Ootx.ber14.18oi. TliomnsM. 'White, : N. A J. D.) Marri--k and 11. A. Currant do. Peaches, nine goods are stamped with the trade murk of the of this State, but within the United States, and tint

Bay',) and Charlc&ton.rf ; 4w 41 Vfiiiu:1. if .':...k..n c.,. :J. (}. Anderson anICapt.Daniel I Sparkling (Gelatine, Tamarinds, Company.. WILLIAM RIDER. defendants William Lewis and Mary his wife aDd
"H> f/'* CLASS VESSELS will] commence running Bird of Ji :lf.-rt.hn! Co'jt.ty. and J. C. MrGthefIsq. (; Flavoring Extracts, Spire*, An? !. 51. 31 Km. I'r s't.X.A.G.P.Cf. Jesse Havis. reside in the State of Florida, but not n

.. 'ij 1' .; FIRST the above port on tLe Itl O'-ti.ber, and D. P. HOLLAND, -: and Col. R. H..rri*>". of M, di".n Onmty.Thel.tttr Yeat Powder!, PiVkb-. Notice. the Middle Circuit:
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, the ) ( Corn Starch, Salad Oil, It is ordered. That the defendant William jT.IfiTM
t', v : coutiuue the ( rn'l bllracl.rilC"If'n
d uninterruptedly throughout seas n. lilA
} V""OTICE is
that will be
Olive": I hereby given application do appear and answer the bill filed on or before
2. V. -009t --- Florida iv, publirhed ) .J"". j givt'a sorii t iJca of the V.iluc of Caper, ti.
Quiary, X, made at the session of the ,,
his Giu fur Lung Staple Cotton. Worci-ferf-hiri Sauce, Cocoa.Engih ensuing Legislature first Monday in December next and that said Willun
: WILLIAM M. TUNNOt \\TnT.T. practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir- Mu-tnrd. D. II. AMES I if Florida! for alterations and) amendments in lie'har- !I Lewis and Mary Lewis. his wife and Jesse Hayj,rlo
also and
acksn Counlls.0Ctol IIoL1"oKE. Maes. April, 1S:I. eeemlier. 21.. J i'. -!::. ri Company, appear answer the bill on or before tit
tf ---- -- -sed in 1852.Anirii I
PRODUCE -r 3.J6r,2. 42 a first Monday in October next ; otherwire the
, .. S. R PAUKIHVT, Ecq Just lleeciwd, per E.; Remington, < 21;. isi: 3m 31 plainant's bill shall be taken pro confesso aginnttiifla com-
v I -. WILLIAM SCOTT Dfnr Sr: W Po have lJ rlljp f,.wiale supply of DRUGS) and MEDICINES, respectively ; and It is further ordered that pnblioi.

t { Charleston, S. C. of sea Wand ainl I ..tIer) long !staple: ) I Cottoiic, AFUESII, OilDye Stulf-: ite, Land for Sale. tion of this order be made in one of the TaUaim**

4. September 5, 1664. 2m 35 7NYMONTICELLO: AT LA Y which you say was ginned (,u jour :5ea hl.mol Cotton -ALSO- subscriber will sell at a bargain his well papers once a week for four months precedWmf

.. ,, _ _ _ FLA. : (;tin. 5OO Ounces of Far T'HE tract (If 1 land I containing 7&>i> acres on the 1st Monday in December next.
Sulphate Quinine.
f4' STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS, July :W. 18j.3. _SO !tljan l We regret;; in not having a larger supply of tl.is Hrand. D. II. AMES. Ocilla river and I known as Sandy Ford ; two hundredacres Ordered at Chambers, August 1st. A.D. 18M.

fi AT = KVtJOKT. Cotton to [pathrough/ our woik : a lar-r: quantity) April 22, 1851. 16 of which i is hammock the balance pine of which) AT CnAMBEBg. j. WAYLES BAKER.
c BAKER & McIVER would enable ul' jud:' Ulna coire'-tly us to the real one hundred! acres fire fleered. A new store rfeotu Angust5,1854. 31 4m Judy
..t .- undTcipied still] carries i on the. aV>\ b1t*icel\ll. UJ.ri18 of Cotton Gin till -
over .
i ill the
THE your coinmouoiler GARDEN'S on place where a post .ffice is kept and i is
$ & its branches. Buildings well calcula'ed for ATTORNEYS AT LAW Giri.With FRESH splendid stand for a public house and store-personswish.ng Bank of Charleston.
despa'ching Wn pmiH. L. LADD. TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLOKIDA. A 4 GENCY at New Port. Florida.
1. 1S3. I
our npeiimrnt.* on the mall lot of Cctt'nreeeivil OUOnTII OF to purchase will apply toS..UI.
4. :. Newport. September 2, 1E 4. 35 WILL practice HI the )ii.Idleaid Wt>t. in Circuit* we ate of the opinion that your Cotton Gin : 1) ITT.t P-ngn Flat Turnip,Cabbag".n.f..lt-(., just WILLIAMS. t1. McNAUGHT& ORMOND.

; : b Hides Wanted. FlorJa, irnd iu the Counties of Decatur and (Iocs not injure the Staple of the Cotton anl that IL received. D.H.AMES.: Sandy Ford, Jolferson County, Fla. Newport. Jannnrr 14.1854. 2

.1 Thomas, GInur.JJc here i il4 animprovf nict.t in the evtnie r.I..1! eleaulis Dl'I''lIItN'r ? !I. 1SSS. t July 29, 1851.; 30 SKV-LIGHT
ff fA f\ Dry or Salt HiJ'T] alco ott"r and} flier BAKEP., A. X. I'rnn, ol the lil/re, which) will materially! increa, -e the -- --. -- DAtlERREAX GALLERY,

I ::.' '"* 0J U U Skins, for v.hich the Li;hri-t market price 7'v1IaiaRe. Quincy.. value of the article and reduce the cos-t of Nauuf.c.turiri. Leon County Iron Works.TALLAHASSEE. Leon Circuit Court-InChancery. OVER BARNARD'S DRUO STORE.

:! .V.. -nill be paid by D. C. 1LSO.V. January' 7, 1854. 1 :. FLORIDA.npIIIS ) Albert J. Pickett and} wife 1) f| HE subscribers respectfully announce to the la.JL .

A-, October_ _14_, 1_?i_t._ _ _41_ _ However these are question" wbi.can! : be mnre n-tabli-hment i i. now in full operation. All! and J'-Lti H.Gindrat! and wife, dis and gentlemen of Tallahassee and vicinity
'l1- .: JOSEPH ii. DL-POKT, itiffact rily settled: by experin.u.ts ('TI a larger JL otden will l l.e attended t<' with promptness, and r'. that their Gallery is open daily for the reception of

: _. Classical School for Boys. M-ale, and in older to acef.iiiplifh thi", weho) you all work don with) !; .:Itm...arid) "i-J' .t.h. S:1mufollT. Duval. Adnr.in } visitors, Sundays. excepted. Miniatures taktD 01 all

:;. .l. THE txerci. in the)) Srlic>fl <>f the suliorrilMT) will ATTORNEY AT LAV7, will he nble! to fuinisb )larger s.ij-plies) ('f long tUple! All kind), of wt'rk, cuchai veutnV<.rk. Mill Work :strator Joseph W.Field et a!. sizes and styles of the art. Ladies and gentlemenarf

'r. r. :J :' resumed on Mo1 J,y the, S"th of O.'f.lll'r. QUINCY FLORIDA, Cotton ginned by your Sea I-lami Cotton Gin. fin n"mll; :. iar Mill. Circular S.iw Ma'-hinerv( T h.ing; ma!e to appear by .iffidavit that Joseph invited to call and examine their specimens.N. .

J W. ESTON EPPES. centime to occupy the office recently occu Yours frulv, Shafting. I'ull..y", I Haider*. PJo'i'h Ca tmir-", Bra<* 1. W. }Field! SarahV. Powell. Eldon; Held. Thomas I, .R Instructions given i in the art and all kinds a

< 3; ; Octliber'1.1SS4. tf 40' WILL] .l by the 1-ite firm: -.r C. H..i J. II D'uPont (Signed) J. L. DAVIS") I: Arront.Hailley Casting, dc.; al.'", Siur.ir Kettlef, allY size, k.-f t Field and Hirri.Fi! .ld.dfft-mJantsinthis! cause re"uleIwyind Daguerrtau. materials for sale.

r }' :1 New GoodS Jew Goods I !I'i. and] to practice H the adjaeei.t;; C<' hti.*> of the li.I.lt Folks C... Mills. constantly c'n IlawL11 I I woik d"ne) in suh an itab- ) I the limit of the State ef Florida to-w'it : in KUHNS & BAILEY.

; and Wcitern Circuit He will alt-o attend the t'rms June 10. IRSt.: 23 tf li )I.ID"lIt111 be dune! bv ii*, with a particular! regard; th<* Stat of Mi-Mt'pi.[ it M ordered, that the said ile- February 1854. 6 \j

; : )ETTON A WHITAKER are receiving, p"rri of the Sjpreme Court in TulLihascce and Marianua. DR.: JOHN P. DUVAL to the>tr"'njjtli arid ,durability! the "."rk. ft-nil.uit flu appear and answer, otherwise the saulenrn1L'dnar.ts' To TilE PLASTERS' -
1.i E. Remington, a general soitinert of Goodii, in January 7, 1. 1 CUfJlp't"lIt.rklllt'll always in readme t lo put up bill shall be taken pro confrti> against ,

:.. ," ".". Fall nn.1 l Winter tot 1.11.iz: It: T A J. L.I ASS I } FLORIDA.OFPICK Engin., .{,'. them, and! that tl.is ruler be published) once a weekin Cotton Seed-No Humbug.

lv- Ulack Frcndi: Doe/kin, Iiih Lin-n. Notice. AT llli; COURT JlOUbi! Terim will be liberal and all work done strictly (..rC'a cme newspaper printed iu the Middle Circuit of undersigned, now in Mississippi but soon ta

((4i": Fey Fr(.nch Castimcres, lilVhd), and I Br'n Domestics, jAnuar23 IfcSt. 4 -b. or ae.'pted ortr! I.-orne bu'iiu .* firm in"; HIM Florida for the space of four months. THE borne, has made arrangements with ti.

. 1'.t': .." Fancy Tweeds, Danaatk Skirtinj, r 'lIE eo, : under] the firm of TUNNO, placi- LiLcrall'riel': paid fur old Iron, Copper and AT CiuMBECs Sept. 15th. 1>!54. I most careful Planters in the selection and improve

ir, 1t; Kentucky Jeans, -cort-d Fhninels; P1NCKNKY A CO., i il this day di-i ljln"1 The Notice. Uia*". J. WAYLES R-\KER.Ju.kl. ment of seed to supply him with Cotton Seed for the
.. Plaid Litieye, Carolina! Stripes, eettlennttfits nflairK. by. mutual' 'l igrkfrnebt All letter mii.t lua.l.re.ei1! ( paid, to A I He has
. interested will take notice! tk"t met ) true copy. Attest :Hccit ABCIIKB Ja, Cl'k C next crop. taken great pains topreorvXta
j ..?l. Printed Flannels, !f"r,nUIjt on WILLIAM M. TUNNO, to whom all perwm.shav- VLL ,pC't'lf.o. six. J. M. SHINE: J: CO. TallaU''ee, Ho. Sept 23. 1"51. 4m 26 I purest and best sorts, and will to furnish tbe
If" 1' Opera do Carolina Plaid J deaiauds cr being iudebted are i iWJLLJUI .t ri)i4 after the ?liut pu .h -ili: (.nof tl.ic sulveriernent March 11.1S5I. lo' .. .-. engage. .
t r. ti I intend to apply: t tn the I Hon. Jui''!e of'rohaU rianrers ot t lonaa WIth oe'ier seeds lean nave mr
: ; Blue Denim M. TUNNO )
:' 4 :.. Clinte"l1-1ann.I!, AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO. before been brought to the State. He will deliver
\ Jr. (if Li on Count fir a dil.}l.: rce (rum myAdmini'tratophip P. B. BROKAW'SLIYIBY
Drills Bed Blanket I the seed to tb! order cf the Planter in St. MarinaNewport
E. of the tstalc (UiUhuu H. Br<>ck- undersigned. Agent of the above Company
4. Fancy Calicoes, Blue R.-d Gr'n Blank'ts, Chaileston, August :31, THE
,t. / Prints ; tibruugh. deieaced.FLLEN t. AND SALE STABLES receive application fur and make insurance during the next fall or winter, and will produce -
English Nejrro Blanket
: ( ,
: A. BROCKENBDOUGII AJel'LJun1'.1"51. at&ins-t loss Fire Brick and Frame t certificates,attested as to the character of the ar.
:v .4 Prititedelveti, White Gt'f"'r; THE SUBSCRIBER cltinuel the bu'ines'heretofore TALLAIIA&jKK.: FLOKIDA. by ('n Buildings
Kc-rseys, tides furnished and the of
the Planters
standing from
24r.tn Furniture. Merchandize, tc.
r: Assorted Hosiery Plains carried on II.I 'r the name of TUNNO PINCK -----
r."..n'; Heavy Oma1 nrrr.Georgia NEY J be the White Mexican the Tick the Pitt and
.....J..'I- '_ Meriuo Shirts f his ,('f.icC. WILLIAM M. :o. v Notice .L }hw friend and the Big ,
( Little Brown. The Big White Mexican the most
.,t Drawl 9, 1854. SC 2m publie. that he has rebuilt _ Notice.
.. September hereby given in accordance! with! the C"> s'it'jtK sought after in Mississippi as the most reliable stock,
..,i.:, 1. Kapkins Towels, Dry Goods. IS,r this SUte, that at the i>< xt ef-i.n of the Gen- his large 111! irk Stabli} s. at the old grand and) is now months after the date of this notice, I shall but will supply either of the others if desired.
: Scotch Ii i/lp-r. rul ill 1.-11111.1. prepared t ae< mni date hi* friend-! and customers. the of Probate of Mad
( AfiM-nibly, application n f.-r Charity: application to Judge Planters wishing Seed can address him at Madison
;:'::J''. All oflcTed at !the ]lowest price fr
)I'.' rr."-. ed credit] at the Store one door north of Messrs. HodgLiss fj Tid.illlp. Kentucky Jcan\. Tweeds IIannels.Liuseje (;utr Itailri.al Company. smith Shop:; where he. will ha\e done all kinds <,f of John Coleman, deeeaoeiLVANS JOSEPH L. DUTTON '

., ..,.. A Scf>tt. En lich I"ng Cloth New YOlk Mills August, 1854. 2m SI Plantation w"'ik, horse shofii.g ninl Carriage work, P.ASDF.LL, .s\c.1m'r. April 29. ISM. 17 tf

',. to.. .".: ; Oct.ZIS4. 40 J.ng ClfJth. Brown and IC'arhe.! Drillings, in the very best iiiumier and with promptness and May 20, 185-1. 20 6m

.r.... Guru Suspenders, MPIifl() Sllirtl. Cheap Goods. I dispatch. RIENZI !

:.: 7;' .. Great Bargains at the Sew Cash Store. Merino Drawers-, Merino ALSO-\ Hose, Col ton i Hose. FMni) : RI1I,*ib.rs cont!-rppaet! November_ ._ 11':1. _44_ J Notice. WE have become the owners of this

;'., ., [One Door South ofG. 4 J. .1lcgi7tnis8.,1' .] Printed nnd plain all Wool De Lames, '.7. ..: J sin-li) a new :trringm: < nt ill their MILES NASH & CO. SIX month after date, I shall present my final ac thorough bred Race Horse, well
.' Thibbet Clotjis}. de Ijnne, Ciilicoe. IJ\1'i..s'l II ma1..C' it IM'-ar\ toclip'ise anti voiiehers to the JUIge! If Pn.bate o known to most of the citizens of Leon and
..; ;i MR E' takes pleasure to inform Gm hiinis Piinted Barege ilantul .Blpek Silk. ., Ac. ..f their present stftk of (;<..1.! HIM io'kC"II@I Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c., )1a 1i.n! County as adminiatrator of Lucy Robertsand Gath'dsn Counties having been owned by Gov.Thomas
citizens ,f TaUabasc'-e ami that he den I
,1' .e :is < vicinity For sale I, G. J. lEG IS l S.Scpl ( | .t/O ol n g r.r;,. now opeuinu' a large and w :_ ,. GIHHA] and I >* T Embr ideiif-s] andLaces
a large n -
1 ." .S < Ware, and) numerous other artifli-u.! ,'J.il 11 t l.t'Y jiledttieniselves articles :ii are gen<-rally kept in their line of biisin-su, May P. 1 S5 f. 18 6m MAIGE in or near Tallahassee, who will
1 : Ludie'd Drei-s) latett .hl(, of Head have
CItI"l.1I1" control and
| Embroideries &c. ) to Sell to ca&h ctiMi mr at cr,-atly reuced ali I will receiving reguhuly. !R supplies. Their management of him for the present
;t :: .In'!" Ae. lc. made) Cl of Notice.
l\. Cupi-s, Ready thing every '] ) price TOWLE A t )1 YEP terms shall be reasonable.Tiilb ,: Fall Season, and to whom payment., be made for
I 'leM-riptiou l a N.'. 1 nf-ortmnit,f BuotMaml Shoes received fr.m New Yik, all serving at tl*. follow ing Five Dollars
prices: for
,' JUST April lo. 185 1. 15BAGGING >"!f>e'. A pril vth. 1 S52. 14 [ months after date the igneJ. ndminttra ,
$;: .; Hats anJ Capo[ Itl":1 fine, u"rtll'lJt <'f Jewelry an J Embn.idercd I landkrcLits, SIX of the estate Thomas fi1Ii', deceased late o ': the single service; Ten Dollars for the Season tad

., '''''.\'',' .;. other! fancy. article ton iumeiois: t', nc nti.\O, my motto Collr!. \Vakulla IronVorks, Gad den County, Fli'ritlawill present his final account Twenty Dollars to rosnre. Mares traded or sold,21
,I ; : ; I bciiig; Lnrt'e sales and email Remember SIfevPI, in every case be required to be paid for. We append
". I'rcf1. Hale Rope Twine and Salt. JIKWI'OKT, FLoniDA. arid! vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate for
:'i tLin frl 1o: ,1J') 0 U54. Blaek Collnrs.llilaek A LAGRE ftlle'kf.ftlC' nlj, art'fles; will 1113 Eitabli-hmcnt: is m.w in full operation. Allrilrs said County, and a.-k t<) be ilisohnrged.
Oc. r 40 Dotted VCiIM Crape; ve lekeptt T County. in reference to Rieuzfs Pedigree, and
I ill lie nde! l with and G. B. MILLS Administrator.:
( att< to promptness,
,.' V hand the
1 Knglir Crape, Bands for (''II I throughout whole Fail mid) Winter of hia
"t : '. Stamped all work ilon with luatnev nut! dihpateh.All )i : ) \n?12.185t.. 32 6rn quality lltock.FOIUI.
New Books &c. Ernbroideiing.French S"UShli. and sold a* low by u" as by any < th<'r IIoue .\ & MUSE.
I. ...- : Einbioidering! Patent Linen in the city. We in,'iti. bujtrs to ca'l And 54.. I8Ioe- kin.!. lOr woik, siii-li IIilt.nrn \Vork \ra; Vork.
:10 e rf ceiling from New York a 1 large and J care- ALSO Colon fore .-lrewhere. Gin (Jeariirg Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery Notice.LL .
KOTP purchasing HEIR A RUST. T
'I;. .1' .' s( b-cteij nlo raised
:.f' : and with the stock hand, ill il- Kettlei 1\ Mclut,h late Madison deceased The thorough Race.Horse, RIENZI. was -
., 1 depailniiTitof Literature on :*. c.; al.-o. Sugar i-funy size, kept c -s ) of County ,
> i:, a larger and more varied assortment thnn has ever Nails. Constantly hIII'1.II \\mk done in >uch an estiililifliinint will corre forward and make immediate aymentand I by my brother Richard T. Brown of Windsor,
Illn i"n te. sale
Silk and Cotton &<>. f.r by '
11. .. been G. J. MEGINNISS.Sepfemlier KEGS on hand and for sole low
1 A A of
'i.. ;'.. size, and Ruling Stationery of (the l>ect description.l .- :SO, 1 R.r 4. .l 9 IV/U lliill: A bv tUST.Aiiut the strength atid duiubility: (.r the woik. them duly authenticated, within I he time prescribed Autoerat. who was imported by Col. John Taylor,

) .: ; r:; ': Enamelled: different] Hzes. Drawing ant Ticsue I'a14r. Bonnets, &c. y.:1I ill"iI. cl<. M. W McLEARY. Kemble. who was sired by old Sir Charlrs. He baa
: )' r and Paintings, will !. distinguished himself at Races at Broad Rock Va,St
.. ( Cut'ery Lithographic Oi Ti-nns liberal nnl all woikdrw strictly t r September lr.. 1.1. 37 Pt
,; ;t Gold : Dzley rrceive l from New Yik our Fall supply of Fresh Garden Seeds. Josephs Apalachicola., Fla. There is not a more
7. t' I/ with or wiihout cale! Maynnrd JUST ) .n-ll. or neeiptwl oidtra on stint business film in this .
'": Harrison t BlackwocxI'a Bln k and Red luk. Ahto a ( Hil,111Il. tc coiisii-ting ieeii',". p<'r Convoy, from TL ILum'tI. Sew rl.." Tallahassee: or (iuiney.LiU : Notice. thorough bred horse in the United States.
: aud PLui. Straw Boone? JUST
". t. ,. large variety o( Fancy Articles.JOHN. French English i.ii.:11Jrlhl'e Bonnet', fr Iota Sew"!* ofIjolig .ral; priees jiai:
; McDOUlA.T I BliMHl I Beet, All letters mii.-t be addrefed ( "t paid) to made the General incorporate
{ ., Q Oc.II'" Braid Bonnit, po JLbe to next Assembly, to LEON COUTTT 9th 1851.
Octcberl4,1854. April
a. Early Turnip Meet, M. 11. POND it CO..
t MissesUuflleil i a Company to be called the Tallahassee and
.,.. .'.:. Pedal Edged nOUI.t.Bonnets Liti: ? ? Drum) I 1I I,';.I Cal-liago) January 21, 11:5 J 3 NewPort. 11\. Q'I1I'C'Y Plank Rood Company. With a knowledge of the Pidigree of the noble Rl-
above described
Fancy ENZI Gov.
I.ateia"v as by Brown I can tate
For Sale. Cabbairo,
: &r.- lilac\ !. Straw 26 1854. Sin MExecutor's
H.IItt. ,, kiii'ls, NEW YORK. August I have raised eight Colts from him. Rienzfs Colts
] i
.. FOUR email Farms in 'Wakulla County containing Bonnet Riblxux} Floiencc and Marscilliuo Silks 'lhlpl t H-'orN" are large and fine, and all show the blood. They are
,:.. 80' acres each with good dwellings and out Artificial FIII'e.r. Ruche Lon? Salmon; ita'!hi ib. BREWER < CALDVELLJSUCCLY30ItS Notice. generally in color rich Mahogony Ba,., with Black
AmericHii :
ml"f; f : : bouses on the same. Enquire at this office. Straw Bending and Trimutint. Rutabaga Ii Turllip.Imrrn'cII TO CENTER ,t CO, months after the unllcrsi "tle Executer of the Manes and Tail* They are docile and the most at >

; ... \.. OL\r 14,.1864. 41Notice. Oil Silk, Bonnet r sale by For sale by 'J.\IH1T I Tmriip.I !I A OflMOND.Ni'vpoit GE.XERAL COMMISSION MEUCHAXTS SIX W ill and Testament of Archibald Dui, late perior Harness Horses I have ever seen.
O. & J. MEGINNISS. deceased will exhibit hue account (Signed J. W. DABNEY/
of Gadsden County, ,
'" t t. September f. 1 51. T.ft \ 2l, OLD SUP.M.iy .
it- September 30, 18t. 39 8t __ 18.1. la am) vouchers before the Judge of Probate for said October 7th, 1854. 40 8w

months after date 1 shqll present my final ac COTTON PLANTER'S' 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. i13 ly. County, and apply for a final settlement and discharge :s** Sentinel copy 8 times. _
\' ,, and vouchers to the Judge of Probate ..flladison r "lIE Subscriber oiTera for sale hit Plantation lying Notice. (from the administration of said Estate.DANIEL .

.. Count as Administratrix with the will an- "aro-o'so. ten and a half miles north of Tallahawee. There ,VPPLTCATION will l be made to the next General BUIE, Executor. Notice.

'.' anexed of Levi! Drew, and uk to b discharged from % 0--FLORIDA are in tho tract. seven hundred sens of as good land .t ; State for a Charter to construct October 21 1, 1851. 6m 42 r]pniRTT days after date, I will apply to the n11

":\ NIJ aJminiattAtio .TALLAU.1SSEE. as can he found in the I.tt'-:Six('\) cleared, nnd the a Plank Itlfli.f from Ptilatka to some point iu Marion J_ Judge of Probate Madison County for leave to

r'; MARGARET DREW Admirietratrix.i el I jalance in \\1 1"1. On the )preinwed) are a good, Dwel- C'aunuty I near or at licauuIY'I Collins Axes. i sell the interest of the Estate of Rebecca Charles in

; October 14, 1854. 41 To.COTTOX- -PLANTERS- and u_ other. of_ tht and the adjoining hug house: Gin Hoiine and, Screw, with cal-ins, I Anut 12. 1854. 32 3m a 1'rw. TI yn. .("yo .Ie hvJ T..t. N., .;V'. 1"\ ( (..':.,81 8Aft.: v.. J.. IS't ill
ngro" --- ---- '
-?t? (:OUlti. in J'lorula ami ueoryta: md all irther out buildings. To a good pllr lsnsf'r.lhii r\: HEIR &!; RUST. Township four.(((4.)) South: of Range eleven,"(i ll.Easf:) '

Notice.JLL 1 \lEt the undersigned eu1'Fcriherl return to you I is a rare OppOI tUllltv. Terms nmile! easy. Address ERSKINE & DILWOUTH, August 19. 1854. 33Wanted containing in all. one hundred and nineteen acresll/(

persons having demands Against tho Ectate \ T our mnst grateful thanks for the very liberal me through the 1'allahe Pout OllJce, or see me on ATTORNEYS AT LAW more or less, said interest being an undivided half o'

William Jenkins, deceased, late of Leon County pntronnge which has ben bestowed) upon v*, through the premises. j. ELIOT. said land. Application made to sell lor toe pstn "*

i:: are notified to present tem to the Administratorilhiti ;your kindnessince, we have been engaged in tho June 10,1854 23 1O4TU.tLI.O4D' QtTINCY.Jorrv :! DRY OR SALT HIDES ; also. Otter of the debta of said estate.GEO.E. .
:r Cotton Storage, Weighing and Business in this ERSIJWE, Quiucy W.S. DILWOUTH, Monticello nnO '
the time required or this notico will Selling V and Deer Skins, for which the highest McCLELLAN. ' b plead in bar; and those indebted ,'i please make city, ane we again offer our services the ensuing sea I LIVERY STABLE. July 23. 1853. 29 market price will be paid by HEIR A RUST. I i Little River, Colombia County Florida.
4. immediatel son our old stand and hope that our duty in the I 42
payment 0 Land for Sale.T August 1'J, 1854. 33 21, 1854. 4t
? of business, .
JOSHUA W. SAUXDER Administrator.f performance your heretofore has been so WILLIAM 11. NEW
1 October 28, 1654. 43 discharged as t secure your patronage and influence WILL sell my plantation on terms that are rea'- Notice.
p.jj' in the future. Very Iclprctuly. ," inform enable and ac'commodai ing to the purchaser. It Bagging and Rope.
Notice. E d HEIR r I' friendit and the bilk lien in Jefferson Connty, 1o'la. eighteen miles East of fAGGING and ROPE furnished to regular CUI- SIX months after date. I shall present final i'' JPO"t

administratrix of the estate of Seplember, 18.f. 89 that he may always be ( Tallahassee in the neighborhood of Waukeenah. It .1.) MIners in any quantity. D. LADD. vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Jefferson.

TIlE unJeriJe. <, lately] deea"td.of Leon County at the STABLE opposite the Jail ready to accommodate is choice land and") in good repair, with two hundred Newport, September 2, 18M. 35 County Florida and make application W.8taode.late for my !<"

gives notit all persons having demands. agfliti-t 'i For Sale. them with Can inges and Horses.Cjy and sixty acres cleared. Land buyers come ami see charge as Administratrix of George

'.. Ml Lh laid estate t present t them t the administratrix, or O A A GUNNY BAGS suitable for picking Cot ; Horses kept at Livery on reasonable terms. for yourselves. ANDERSON PKKLEK.: DR. LEWIS, of Jefferson County JANE deceased.STAN Admi iatratt%

Mr. H. her agent, within the time ZUU ton. 1IODGKISS & t3SP Vacant Lots and Feed furnished fcr Drovers May 6,1851. 18 tf DLEY.
t 'J.Bokf.. pre. t with Horses and Mules. RESIDENT DENTIST, October a, 1854. 6m 41 _
notice be
by "'II plead in bur August 19,1P54. 33
aib indebted are requested make palment Ho will exert himself to give satisfaction to his patrons Notice. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.IS .
an toe t Notice. and solicits a share of the Tax Collector's Sale.
public custom. Artificial Teeth on the
will be made to the next General now inserting
immediately.MARY of TUNXO. PINCKNEY Tallahassee, August 26, 18M. APPLICATION virtue of the Tested b nil by I raw t.ban
34 with
., ULMER Administratrix, THE t : State for a Bank Charter to be new and improved principle, BY power door
By IL T. Blocker, Agent having been dissolved, the subscriber will located within its limits, with a itock not exceeding i ._. _, continuous gums, from one side to the expose for sale before the Court BOOM the
Ob 28,1654. 43 tioue the COFFIN & PKINGLE, $ OO.ooo. I other without seam or crack, leaving no place for the at Madison on the aeeond Monday in April next will

FACTORAGE AD COMMISSION BUSINESSon FAOTORS August 12, 1854. !2 3m lodgment or food thereby rendering them perfectly following described land or BO moth thereof as
the original contourof the face, pay the State and county to dne Uwreoa for the Jta
Onions &o.
Potatoes Lii R. life-like and restoring
own Q. PINCKNEY Jr ,
&uat CHARLESTON, s. C. NoticeIS detection., He will attend to all calls in 1854. sad the expenses incident tLertto to-wit:

JUST received per steamship, Pnmpr from New Oc NORTH COMMERCIAL WtiA&r.REFERENCES. eonsTgnments of LONG and SHORT STA- hereby given,in of the requirements or so Middle as to Florida defy fur Full Setts. Those wishing Full North half of the Northwest quarter section twenty,,
10 bUs Irish ANY pursuance
Onions 1 EP
( porpl'tiDi
in North seven
COTTON and other information letter towrahip one Range
obtain by
the necessary
Produce will meet
Onions, 8 Kegs Prime Gonhen Butter Constitution of the State that at the session Sett can
crate 15 Boxes
their best attention. Reference in instance satisfaction, and to belong to John aUera n.
with i be hail olJAMES of theGenerml will wanant every
can will be made He
Assembly application
;JExtra Obeet. All in ro order and for sale by IXGRAHAM & WEB JOHN Faun.Co. N. LIWCOMB, Madison suit the timet. Term Cash, or when Galled ROBERT McKINNT.Tax .
DRACEW ELL & CO. GOtTD 1fTmr81 County, or R E. Dun, for A charter to incorporate a Company b. styled prices to Assessor and ColUetor IDT Mditoo Oowfy.Octobet .
d Co Fit.September. "
Quincy the Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad Company, for. *
i OtuT21I51. 4,2 ClclODt September 9,1851. tf gO, 15f. 89 4m lojtut 12, 1i. 32 Sm 'I JOD. 24k 1354 tt U, 184. *



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