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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: August 18, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00451
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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 Thank" yod'foY your courtesy.. :I thank yoUcT poverty 'and" crime ''If ,corrupUngcele- .Catboficity, .to long AS it Continues tab. ..name of your Revolutionary fathers,Ja. the; 'a little or.no busineSstbu1on&oth1pg oXXJV; bkrrcETOOOO ? .wp 1ea,8llh',
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the lrndrie fwWi,wtieh''J'ou hare receiv.ed raent,'sufficient'to- contzoltbe!, popular ,elecliots ;.colholiqUjrj cannot?! be..carried .to:ex. pes!.,, I name,of your. !posterity. 4'oz1stand on ,U e .of the jixstUr;ajarge expendi tliitthoy.should SOt1th"' ;..,. 'r' ', ; ,
tare public Itis ,
mea Invoice that .am here.this daytthe; ,"should be thrown in the'ballot-box, may is,,no\qne system among many.?. Jt'is'sy'mpty middle ground l betweeri'thera,4'are the recipients ; be piny.: proper. ,N 'ral1 D". .II JJ.; 1Ia." y- I': .. '

political i Sabbath our .COUt&LFyM4J";: Jt .come it not,have fatal pflwctupon the parity'.of ourrepresentative the truth.thewhole; truth''and nothing but! 'of pure"and'oncdmipted, "liberty;. fs' Before; 'tSisi QISAtused'Op however 'thVpn.fresSradLstin'etly C VQ 11 ; } '.t. I' f

4 Jritk bcMt. .T Wlng with gratitude to 'governmentp V Can you expectagovemmentoi'a the trutlj.) It excludes all *t*ibdfj ft acknotd.cdgto your duty to transmit. that inheritance to your. doing ; ;we .UllJti, .... kS 1' ;QOQ"'Ba""tht w'
to; be' understood: not: :
God,'that teliMpWmittedTne'to Uveto see higher moral,*.religious, no rival,:it wilt be all or nol .", J' :' qhilden.Let not the'cup j paai from'you1iac.: asr befatgFth apbio4 1 e..tr6i; 'th'irrifl'' ::1'tiefoflgtAtnnt : t 1
of thr incumbent of the ..
die flatiMrf t8 l l e *'oshe :ha confer. character'IW7"theJ80Ul'Ce -from 1 Russia and the United States are, the two tured with the pollution and.(be poison.,which gists present Court I otrpeseanpt. t
or political favor,'for, them. No farrnait,1etthetest
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red OT nrf country.Tbooah .. : which It springs; ,(J V jIf :' V V 1 i great aggneflsiyejpowers i of( the age, and ih'ey must bring death to liberty :wreck and.ruin to nor the"r.: .,tests l Couit.thatStteit bw 4Ibrnd ;

: the jafoen of another, State, I; am you do you are deceived. So sure as the I threaten ere long (i b"meet in China or-India the 1 institutions! ,of your country, tet'not parir be to"" 'th official scrutiny, conduct severest"If they ..Of p.ilr, .ftJ i f
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..manArnrican; ,and y r-. will rise no higher to the em ire' of 'the world and :tbe strife deride and distract whUs the alter t ,
stream : "dispute
no:allelre. rl V. .water the/fiowing .1 you !- have piVunWcthYOf} the high tni which 'TI '&'." ttf'.' : J V
yc&rptrPe5; and your jta!. u fu.rJ.e f-OD than:(be":bead of Che fountain"' so .aueiy.will tri rnph' of either will,be the triumph of heath of your country and the alter of your 'reli) t Ev-nerirsot-ourt..s.r. .rptti V t f'

ever the a.taJn, or'n rhe. ton: tti"shoresthetri the' represeotatire idf'Vice.aodb ; .igaoraace, 1 enkra; and.ihe oppression. of the Church of ion.1I1' broken and ruined by fOreign. dese, a fuse generous vote haVe. peopleby confid.dttlwwi.ttheniwjthout a'1iberal.ai1d.1J pro-I 3 fti dlng Reports1 ;:!.. ..... .,..:.,= t' 'I

,.tMN i6'or WVboAe1. of'the' &c : fg ora.t- and'vicious;'and rise no.higher:in I God. The progress .of tbe United States is cration.. ,Rend not this glorious Union, which Printing,dUtributing1,& :,...4, ':tf ,

r cobtiry. I *mo.str&ngehre.: 'morality than'the.: mass: which he repre. I therefore the progress of the heathen, and if has mud you one nation,the happiest ,and most ; hesitancy removed,V let.tho just indignation Library SupionlirCeOtf.;.. ..-...800It I

I am mopg.thebraw.men,.and the dcend.anpfthe,1brzvp sents. ''Native-born Americans--adopted cit ; rh 'Church so regards it,'it is i in duty bound to prosperous on earth., Rend j V not 'Jhat 'prud' of an'incensed,community be visited up u*. SaTirv.Ju' jei;.';..T.'vl C., "tl'la1WV\o"-.1. M '

men, ,wbo followed .the izens of. my country, I conjure you ; oppose that progress. Tell Uf then supposing lanner of your country which I has waved in on JI em; The,people nave a.fair-right to V ;. <' ." ... .', I! .

fortune!.of lienJaduon in the darkest hour to considerthis proposition. Do you not.owe : the Church to have only temporal l powers, triumph over so many battle field*. V pect from them the* greatest purity. of conduct 7 :iiiw I
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ofbk'fcme' the most devoted attention to tbe moat .
ofhlf trial', i.I well l a* Ae brightest' day. it to God and your country-to yourselves and : what question can come up between man and Come forward, I invoke you this day, ,the exact and faithful doty* and i ia diffisult to find- the- exact jexpeaic* of i:
-studLringi .compliance'wito
d'the' pot on:wWeh we your posterity to vindicate the great principles ] man, between sovereign and sovereign, or political Sabbath and birth-day of our Amer. per. the Court o(.otherflfr th'ucTw ,
fonnance of all But above
op Ioct1'fe1ingS and sympathy which of civil and religious liberty_the 'foundation .. subject and sovereign, or subject and subject, ica. Corrta and'sacrifice. on the alter' of your theirobligation& V 'i to ;
venture sayNoSouthern
banks ol all do not them to the influence maysafdj ,
things subject
I cannot repress., lain near the. of the happiest government, and.the,security : that does not c!meo'within the legitimate jurisdiction country all your parties, passions and preju. ; St&'te'p.yi"soaman'j salary to.rU'jodg- ; V
where I received the firstru., and which she has dices. Come of secret cbargeaandprivgt. accusations,,nor .
the Cumberland, ot the most people on earth of the Ccurcb on upon the American Platform .
where I the I prosperous condemn them unheard-give JI them the privilege No Supreme Court of the Vaioa ;cd*& to Ihytie i
diroents,of education, and spent If you do, let us join all hands and beans in not by Divine right, the power to pronounce ft is as firm and as pure as tie alter of your in ;oth StateTb.0 ,!
the Her. of the meanest and vilest that zrespectatoho jftxpm; "
)joyou. day..'of boyhood. I am near their defence, for the danger before you is a. judicial sentence T None. Then the power c.untry in the purest days of our Republic.- criminal sea'of other brao.thehoqieaL ,
of fair triaL If the i'
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mJtar,,ylterel-spent, where the happiest the days uiire. nning., The foreign emigrant is hostile to she exercised over sovereigns In the middle There is not an Abolitionist, not a freesoiler has reason to believe Legislature them guilty suspects in. respect or I of Florida' il1d7it i* diffiicult'to! attain ,I eth

earimanhood ; enjoyed one of the institutions of your QUntry. He ia ages was not a unsurpation was not a con. upon it. It is too pure for their unhallowed any themunOr as"wt

served aocial i intercouse ofthe great man who from want, i ignorance and necessity, opposedto cession bfthe people but was and is here by teuch. They fled atits approach, they re l let them institutein' investigati. correctly Invitecorrection, we.give i", .V '. ,.' cExecutive Ii. 'I

kas left \beV !ndelable impress1 of his strong African Slavery, not from humility and love divine right and who so resists it, resists a. t tred from the Convention that formed 'it.; U their duty and common Justice demands it. can sr V P1
Institutions of' his By the Constitution' they ,made the tribunal 1e&athetVibcIUt. $' O : I
the are ; >
mind character orf and Lord of Lords.
and of liberty, but because he wants the gainst the King Kings! They can never ruturn until redeemed and regenerated :
cou try. It 'wr.s from him 1 learned my first bread-the place of the slave.. He is, therefore Broicnson's Review, 7th January, 1853, from all' moral treason'against' the the judge and jurors to pass upon the. Legislative.ki..39JM :

lesMOs'of: civil. government and political 'an abolitionists-be settles in the North, Page 44. government and ifs institutions. There is no guilt or innocence of the judge The same GircuitCourti,1; .;..91' '.42,000 '. I

I V economy, and to. 'cherish'the deepest I devotionfor and he adds to the popular vote ot the abol I will resist, I will ofltr resistance by party hero but the party of the Nation, the American Constitution guarantees to these' officerathatcharges Supreme,C "r*...,.'. .,, .?, \ ;, ,

oar fccferal Union, which has made us one tionists. Nowmy iriends let us consider all my powers of speech and force of reason party, devoted to the Constitutionand be openly' preferred with opportunity By this estimate, the head of, the, )judicial .II' : ; .

nation*, and the; happiest and the moat prosper- without excitement 01 prejudice j the alarming. I I: to this .* aggressive policy! of,.the .Catholic the Union. In I am told that the creed of hearing f and defence.'To assume guilt department, the :Supreme ''Court. costs. near'. ; i .
without to condemn without *
our people on earth His great mind compre. tendency .f this state tbings. Here is a lor- Church in this country." 1 will resist by'my of the American party denying patronage to inquiry, examination one-fourth .ofthe Legislature, not to much ** II ,.

V heqded this:genius of onr constitutional government eign vote, when concentrated stong enough vole on all legal occasions, the cotrupt ten. Catholics and foreigners, and pledging the upon ex.parte statement,,would be the Executive, and not, one-fifthai.,mueha f t

and his'brave heart and his strong hand to carry the election in four on/>five of the largest dencies of this church to give the concentrated members of the order not to. vote for foreign. height of oppression,_the xttem .of injustice.: its subordinate; the Circuit CoarU"" Whilst '

were'ever: ready to defend i it.! But I am not States in the Union, and to elect the vote of the Catholic men in all, and in ers, and Catholics for any office under the Public officers are the property the State, i the ex n.sea:. iC 'rdeportment**.are. so:. ". .

here to d/iy to pronounce his'euloglUmheneedl President and Vice President. Our countryhas any State of this Union, to any candidate for Federal and State government'is a' violation and intimately connected with its reputation'j much .greater, wiUitbe, ,asserted [.that they ,

no praise from me. His great achieve. been long divided between two great po. office of any political party which will offer of the Constitution of the United Slates I askto In sustaining them when this may have given more ,industry gr ateK'fcaiduity; If ;

ments are bin: best eulogist. I am here to litical! parties, Whigs and Democrats. The any as a reward for that vote, any part of the be shown the article thus violated. Is it the done; a citizen but i discharges a duty to'it* more untiring devOti n'to'' their-dotie*1 WUl. '

speak' the American Platform and the po. foreign'vote of the North js in market, and public patronage by appointing Calhalcs to I 1st anicle of the Amendment, which says own,character and standing. Nor let the indignation -: the Legislature: Wfng so; Bttte'-lBduIgnM.: ,

litical creed "ot the American party, and I the party which will bid the most for th.it vote office under our government. Congress shall make no laws respecting the proceeding from an assumption. ri and'exerting towaida vi nirrristft'jffrftttfawtsuch t ;

find it so consistent, BO identical with the will get it, and'will.be successful in the con Is there, my friends, a native born Amer. establishment of religion or prohibiting the guilt operate on the Legislature to the support i Unma5dtyUeXtV$14It., il I

measures *nd principles' Gen Jackson test. So far as hivote is Catholic it is held can, or respectable adopted cilizen of Amor- free exercise thereof I answer that our of a measure proposing. its face to be.the sixty. 'members, in a session.frtm-tJ of V ,

that 1 find it convenient lo consider them to. by an organized: band-coming up, like the ica, who would do less, or who would not do creed, set forth in the American Platform, alteration of a system, whilst its real design I i vember, to :13th" february," fft'tf.>;.three,, .\

gether. He was so national, sa American old Guards, on a doubtful field, it brings vie. as'much to save the elective franchise from does not contemplate, or design to establishany maybe to remove the officer. ,A sacred con .. months'', it has accomplished more' the pub>-

and.patriotic, he would not as Maj. Don. tory.with, ; and this Catholic force Scan be corruption If there is, I say to that man,an J Religion ; that it does notintend, nor do stitutional provision must not,thus' be avoided! lie good? V i I' wifef/u._ ..ru

V elson has shown you trust a foreigner as a martialed, concentrated and directed ,with.as I hope be.will pardon me lor the expression, we wish, to prohibit the free exercise of any or evaded ; an honorable' and conscientious. .But the:new Court,is to'bet a AfticheapW4! I iiI
of the mind will do that which i is
stockholder or director in the Bank much certainty, as the fire of the best drilled that heloves his party better than be ,loves religion ; that we wish all men to worship scorn to indirectly The judges, are.not:to have ordinary. stage. .

United States., While those who pretend to battalion. Pay must be given, however, hut his country, and there i is no room for him f10n: God according to the dictates of their own con- forbidden him to do directly. V fare, so that the,Court,would.sUl tethe. very. Ii t

be hit followers, wound the national honor it need not be in,money- the patronage of the our Platform. I say to him that he may for a cience. Then there is no violation of that During the present year, the Court has been start if relying'bq this Tdod0.oTJconveynce,1 t V

humiliate the national pride, and endanger government i is; pay enough-it is the current time, by this corrupt purchase of the foreign : article. On the contrary our platform sup. assiduously.engaged for near four.months' ,,and They are to haT 'te' 'cent* a mile'foTtravJ; ,

the public satety by appointing foreigners to coin in our country where the Pope of Rome vote; sustain his party in the ascendancy, but ports, and i is ;intended to enfore.Vthat article disposed of about thirty-five cases; most of only, and 93.pet day ;wbit ttdetain' ;m?service ., I j

represent us in foreign countries and employ. wants power. The Duke of Richmond late that the success of Us part will rest on the, and.all other provisions of the ( Constitution. them of' great ,interest and importance 'in -calcnlatiug board at 92erdaj; wh ch I;

ing roajorify of foreigner to transact ibe Governor General of Canada, has, said the ruins of his country, and Catholicism,like the If I: am told it is this provision we propose to amount and principle, many of them involving was paid at the \Vet by the praienL rodgeji. It 1 .

business ol tbo Government at home, in the Church of Rome has adesign onthat, country, poison tree of Java, will cast, withering vioJ/ te-" The Senators"and Representatives constitutional questions,all of them presenting and allowing some little for 'incfdien'iak and '

MVtHral Departments Washington. n. Wby (the United States,))and it will, in time, be shadow oh ibe blight and ruin of this once before mentioned and the members of be difficulties, requiring patience, industry. research there remains less than.adoffara'cotnpeosation. '

is this, my friends 7 Why) is it so? Do our the established' religion, and aid in the distraction happy land. Your government is in danger several State Legislatures, and aU Executive, and investigation i in reading studying: Whilst oar sister State, .. tIIeitt-

people. want capacity for self-government ?- of that Republic,".-"I have conversed subvertion by,the power of foreign influence and Judicial officers, both of the United States and thoroughly understanding voluminous officer respectably' and ill a manner,. .. f

Then the long agony is over-this Republic with many ofthe Soveieigns and Princes of against which you have been warned by and of the several States, hall be bound C by cords, ascertaining the true points at issue; of their own.dignity, and Jhe aieYS4pO1i I'

with all its glorious past, its present greatness., Europe, and they have unanimously ex. Washington: and Jackson. Your republican oath or affirmnation! ; to support this: Constitution -: applying the: Jaw examining authorities, and of these officers, we are to .be ; .;
and,its .future hopes, must end. Our lie volu writing opinions as .properly to determine '
relative the United born and in this out so the
pressed these oppinions to institutions were grew up f but no religious lest'shall ever be required forcing duty upon SQ cen d It
tion was the riot of madmen-cur Declaration subvert it." the influence tnd the rights.of the parties, and, sustain them fowif i field '
States, and their determination to hemisphere far from con. as qualification to any office or public paying at the of bI&4 4
:iof Independence a mockery of freedom- Th* noble Duke is wrong in one of bit conclusions tagion of Catholic Monarchies. Otr relative trust under the United States'.1 answer home as' well as'abroad, reputation 6f the Far better go back into the,wteidfaed'ftaui oS ;

oar history a fable, and eur liberty a vision nnless our Protestant faith is a heresy 1 osition is changed. Steam and electricity that ibis has nothing to do with elections, State.. The.reports' in progress bf publication, Territorial, Gorernowit and coniesn trnwprthuies ; :

No my friends no 1 I thank my God itis not so. and the Pope of Rome is just in his claim have revolutionized the physical ,wtrld-they nothing to do with,the qualifications of voters according the: estimate of'the printer .will ibr}. aiaociatioo'.a('A',. Spjejejgn If

What ever man can do on this. earth,followers can be \\J Diviue Right, to hold dominion over the have precipitated time and concentrated e. or the eligibility of candidates 'for offi e.- reach 5 or 600 printed pages,the average size State In the bright consteHation'of the Amer' I, .'

done at well by Americans. The whole world. Nothing but the will of God vents ; the past wilt give you but little guidefor That it is intended to apply only when and of the reports of other' States of the Union.- lean Union, than 'submit to thjs denadlng'a1.ternotive. :

ofLutber, brought both civil and religions bringing back.the waters of the'Deluge, can the future-the nations ol the earth are where the incumbent sworn Info office,ando With the, exception of a single case not, in a If we can't tendtrr to.a'oWrgiaft/ :J
liberty to America. They brought the Bible, the rain of tile from The Catholic monarchies condition for'trial I, the Court 'bu' disposedof Alabamian U
extinguish the light or brought together. ( explain more fully the nature of his oath. North or South Carolinian or:ciU i.

Magnacharta,the common law of of England civiiiza, heaven, can destroy the alters of the Protestant Europe are brought in contact vith Republican That it was not intended to control, nor can all its eases, and regularly and without izen of any other State,' seeking jastice ja oar, :J

the trial byjw'.andthe'eletnents foundations church in ,this country. I .have no fears America. Ttiev are amagoiisls. The it control', tny free choice and action'as a vo. failure attended ah its terms travelling near a Courts tribunal in,some egrtfn resembling

don and christianity On We. these have solved the for the .safety of our rational,protestant faith- lilly*and the bramble may grow inclose proximity trr. That it does not require me to vote for a thousand, miles; performing its duties..without theirs, let na giv .upo nJ soverelgtity'aad.surrender V "

: we placed our trust. of self I have no Jearjfor( our liberty though we ,'but liberty and slavery delight in sepa Catholic, or a foreigner, any more than it re. the aid of libraniesandthe' common conveniences V our attempts it Goverpment.r ''i'iIn

f problem that man i id capable govern. may march through seas of blood in their ration.:' Liberty must live on the elements qn'f't' me to vote against them or to\ vote for of other' Courts.. Will itbe said that any'event,'we.'consider tuaV'thea pt' ::
show the world
meat and will to number of Is'sinAlI and that business
soon this cases
re no
,
fence. 'They are the children of heaven- ofcrathxrshe must have freedom of thought t or against a Hindoo; Mormon or any. other tiemen will be unable to berform tiMduJi'1 \1
Cut
Americans shall govern America. twin'sisters, conceived in the elp.anents,4pd 'and.action. -freedom from ,want, from ignorance imn 'or any other religion. That if the Constitution has be n'done f 'The Supreme Court the court. Their Circait .dujtia ettpjoy.them \:

wyVia'the will public patronage given answer to, foreign.the tarn in the convulsion o1 f.spirilu.r and.tempo-' vice and superstition., She must, have of the United States does,.not in 'express of the United State* having five judges at first all UIQ, jearf xcep tb taonibV .|anuarjr I, V
ere ? I not here attempt to ) and afterwards increased to, seven and nine, J
ral. revolution. V unity! f support and defence. It sprang from terms require me'to vote for a Catholicor February, Ju1yAtiiit and.SeptemDer. Te
** rolten
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question. I fear- there b"something But 1 did When Luther brought 'down fire from one nation, one language, one religion. The a 'foreigner (and there is' no such, provi. was organized" in 1792, and from that time' until ,. two'flrst months are usually demoted by the Su- :
in the State of Denmark. not heaven t burn the: anathama is :like the Tower of Babel the term of 1812 it Dad not an eqUal number
to blasphemous TempI flOW ion) then'I cannot violate the Constitutionof prern 'Coort to bndneaETh11abassee.VV.'Th1s
come here'to. abuse the President., of,, the. Uui- generally varying ,from 10 and 25j and .1
else } nt'the Pope'of Rome, which eicommunicaued ringing with the confusion of all languagesand the United States when I vote against a for. would leave'tha'sultry aod bppmsive oionthJ
ted Satates or '10 abuse any ,one V nulill843'the seldom exceeded 28 i
him'from (be .Cathojic) church, that, .fire V 'SO cases' of
tongues.'The eigner or a Catholic. iuinmeralunq for..travel,&oiajth r xjrfin "
came more in eorrow than in aoger of and, -1 lit,up ibe alters of. Civil Liberty. Civil and Union, the sheet anchor of your liber. Before .,the law there was na tran res!. or 30. The Court of Appeals of Virginia had parts of the State to)l4fia.nu.to'h0k I | ]T qprt,
could over the humility my CQu 28 in 1791 21 in.1792,36 i io 1793.-
weep Relig-ous Liberty i have gone hand in hand ty ii Fn danger. The North is divided from sion, and until Catholicism. and foreign ,i juflu- cases .thence to Jacksonville,thence to Newnan'nnu, I
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try.V V the wbrfdi" Often have iheir: light the South-the South is divided So there were 28 in 1805; 25 in 1800"l the thence V
< of the constitution and the de- through against itseifj; ence shall so corrupt the religion, the morals business to TcmpaC 'Who oaI h e.t')i- ,
Toe Court ,
; rapport in Wood 'but.like the"spirit ofeter. and the whole is divided of Kentucky. Although the
gone'tlown country between and the' government of this country; as to eo form this tttrti stTO bat&jsoAclrl4 ..
.fence blV f ibe, Union, are two .of the members, highest nat life, they never died I "..Tlun.rUle: :again, two great rival parties, struggling for them. table thejf friends, as a reward for their'.er. is not very; great in' new Stat&, It is usually form theardDo4Inbatrssing1: impdrnt'and :

duties imposed by our creed, on l the and when driveuy;! ) persecutions.from one selves, and' rending the vital principles of vice, to make that amendment in our1 consiutional : most intricate,' jttst'uin starting A machine, delicate doUes ofj4(4 1iItsoti 1 :
the
of oar order .They are the igbe i..dutieB of country they. fled,to anoiher until they found their country's safety. Is there no hope for law, which will require thp Protesant greater,care and prudeuVnecessaxythan :'But. 'tleiB tf ano P er" 'f. .wpn' .,'or. ",I

every Americaninvovling allegiance, oftbe'j f a permanent nbraTn';and a:temple for their worship the institutions freedom. 7 ,Yes, my friends, American to vote.for.a. foreign Catholic, after.its vanpu' parts. have:been. :brought f into ; &_.wfomae& n''Ui' '' Id.li- '.. i

American citizen.: A,tbe/1|first, ,dawn.pfdist in the"United State s-of' America, Here there is hope," (here is, .confidence there is Constitution cannot be violated by voting harmonious use and. opera pn. Small. was .JMtTIa.r-rJ.r'" 'r. J I
ours
k d aad nullification At the festive boerd, busSrieaa'of the Court of the:U. *tJ '
:, > il with', that they will'Hve,'her*,they' will worship, here safety.. .The: American platform, and the against them. This! fa "a self-evident l pfopqsi.lion the : Supreme woe!-as judge*,,which caflcikbenVbr

urlOGllded.b1' ge\ raea.iropressc! asked for! they are ready.to die, fighting side by; tide! creeg: oft &1 American party save our "and the Americans may'exult in.the perfection States.dorin'g.the period :alluded "to'jet! the. ejeethiir th H I' 'ia t irilta.vai
Jckoa befog a mar' ,
liCftGeD. ; : .senUnion till death-againsi.Catholicism i i the worst'. foe 'country from impending danger 1 hail it as of their creed, ,when they find their questions ,settled were of paramount importance ti1 Ji. J'Q Y;J9it.r.eI V
it. muttin
time pTeur izl th 'on'earth. the of the dove to the :and cowectedwitI tAAi yery ,being of : lao '
of. liberty WOT* despotism return ark bringing enemies assail the'.exclusio" of foreigners : d'b' :'; -
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andilr U bptc4"c'rhiI I ,W qi. the The Q or.ti&bJe I' ytJ ,J. m
maf.
Government public!
the Believer not an1 idle declatroor,' my promise that' the angry flood ia subsiding, and Catholics front:the. patronage of the gov.ernaient .. aiooedby. : CM'.i. .
.raf:1ackllDfl, it s i jhemajym' be deceived in .ferncethst ..
fBut. it js. not tBe'maxim l ,'I fKendsutterng? unjust denunciations agvinst'atiy bringing hope of safet) to the country. Ten .as the weakest part ot 1 that plat. to of then'tfiariranyother'department ::'Of all of the: Stile'Ed,/admftt&d'I; ":
Ameri ; j
rt1 tl church Christian faith; lam,no bigot;no nesseeahs, ever true to your country, ever form. : ror\mrl pat'izi ttbA tOr1Wtiprem. .
w ira yoo-ilis .ot.lIlfleft ,. 'jie I :parfy I: have cherished the freedom of it l and domes. the;i agencfoa'of arepabi an Government it
: fanatic ; our ready to defend against foreign Court.but
There is truth here is strength in plat. thatthethnkjda
tjc. Thal party'coip.. < ;( our direct concern"with and lent
leas:
calling'itsdf.detnoci, has j ia seen
t Constitution I have endayoredth'Jltaetho. 'tic foes, t to you and to your twin'sister ot the not.ejected
; by
form there"is and in Unpeople- thaBt
virtue morality our > i* '6Ae
,
; :
posed of all nations.imitouoges, is.opposed Jo ; look by the people.A.JJ'ha .,beea often remarked,
; I I '
otth Christian ReligTorTfand noble with eon.
charitie valley, Kentucky
nomberi ; more creed. They offer peace tb oar country safe Only'ronsto., .elec$ia4 DpQint.t; (
the America partye'It 'atnong.ltlmeaa hope and believe that all are right who be. fiden e for support of our Union, than to hundreds .and, thousands'visiting Washington bj,any body uot commissioned V
any Patriots bsnVbQ4y
tltotl .
to civil and n'
our religious n
pf:all religious denominations, ty on' business and otherwise of theeai'Iy'iflhear .
dear lileve:and worshfp."ln spirit and in truth. other portion of our nation. ,You have always ,, are'the true apd Court.
in the North national men' who" love only1 judge* o.that
And 'see thePresident'yet
.the and
old ai of
< -ce4ij gallant the
of a.11.pb.idc..MtI.. ? ,: I-would that all,me a should,.worship God according :rebuked disunion, and secession, always ibeir more' than all ties' and : Congress This they'are to'siiwnebefcfe the Vorld ad"
go country
party i
Jackson 6ag.i&Jb aoWM principles is \ scarcely V single untie Attracted -
the dictates of their conscience. supported th.e.principles of Jackson',and 'the the of th ir :'SftKj. '
&) f moral to own bands have entered upon-it and'driven off the hold people o n: VV V Q:
coveiq5fi j treason. the sileat .
now by unpretending i; department V
I .wouldbayI po dominantreligion, but above GUI tilution.' Foreign burn American citizens and v : :
I ebstb.14Iend1.Dd true followers ofAdminis. Freesoiler and Abolitionists' they call its .obscure .! :.. :- --- : f .'
all ,l'would t havVdominant/that! religion you who hold 110'ublo a1Jt'giauce.you theUnion' ing (5es&1oP1, an comer qfjbe' Jl8"UX" W ud
J--\o..y i i p upon the South to enter upon !jttdpjpport 'Capiolviiat&giiy has been: aQ..t fafportant I IVZZYrF V xp th.
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which till otberera' heresy, and have and found freedom who Neraw'Ciil News thip following1aanoane .
regard* as sought among us, :: the.peculiar'',institution of *
ath.hy LI4&hns, to come out support influential in ; \
gmngYorm;WabSjty.aodcharacter '
which is hostile'to liberty.as an American have enjoyed jwir,liberty, and shared our ,Gov.ernmeni or 'menttr V'V '* ": :.fW: '*:. ,
the 4eo Scratic : my prusprity the South-to our Republican V
oftlie/ajjksjqf pay J Nor &there
lY J V Aqrjn Aerob "yomj1De.' 'with Imp iUxen.' ,I do oot then denounce V the Catholic ; youwfco ,.Jikve,pJaced your ,fortune, and Protestant Religion. "'"Com, : hiaV'j'k helmsman of Ns Wi t'Sda''i"' b fluaA-W..
; (kith in Jesus sChristth8"Catholic religion} and the destiny of your. children among us, I whichcalls peculiarity pilot or: ; call attention to thftAdverfiaesncat
: a17i 'tiJ1. .ousseJ, frih vatta my friends,.its'the genius'ofydur coont7 ftIIel.it* seldom noticed : : ofnegxoo.i .
J re ,, Qi ing led. Bring .whichjeaches, / hope and: .char' So calloo you$ to vindicate your',oatbs, and support iou." .If i. like' the voice of:Mastnusetts -, attention. yet without jeen him or} andpbscure thai, Attncifno jmporiant for:..sakr ,.wbicJa..Cm! ; ,.r""iT.a &.. ...,. .. .. '
far I reverenceftie as'one of (
Roman the I
Church the <
principles V In' 4 i ACo' |
numbers 'government yoa are cal ling.to Virginia ( th'athtq'ofRev. ( } : "DO
:4..aEO noth.mg ur
rudder the vesse'Tru'shes'nmdly *
,-wnn- t."I.rtr. T" \; the institutions of the' Savior of"m,Jdnd.'. I' pledged to protect. It is not you \ve;eject Glutton.* It is. .the"olce'of AdamsoilljngWashihgtbri jnatrumen'the he1r'raz 1 mi"a-1"renfii*cam.-***"* h AJ." 1aj '
| waT.wiiat : ori the rocks aid toec ... .
I'i" pnJH you 'g *
1OU' cn 9. plafform' built .hsa en dfmitifrorn that tree. ,I: have from our platform it isnot-you we distrust,and to'Ae"command' oC"tb.armful e'tBteam'-car f boWiBg' itKg&rse '') .-,- l,001'ijtt". ,
Jt "tt n on: '
: : bee io-Catholic" countries i ,LhavliTdVa-1 discard from our sympathies and,eflections .. J.a eo t_ 4".r
: ; New England 1 and.Aro>ifHua 'H ;- ta ..t ,.
c J.ODt..' t l,ooact&Gb2 ooflg Catholic. A Urar.ger, io sickness and'. I 'but*it U that ,herd 'ignorance bigotry\ftnd! ; us all. rnmt' J.l th the ua'me' 'cf God and! burcoun-: with' the:speed ofJ._ Jet' .,tha oginer. *1Iar2eUritor tjtan..TfZ'.

.,'. .&. ...., at g in adi4nnai /:t>thoHcs>ate> mastered- missionaries of.crime minibteraofguiuVent ; 1.P."U'-c. .. i.t AA. t&list .
.Il '144'itliLFelk.cituena J' to pauperism, try to sa'v6'bur'lib'erty; and fctiiF'cfvtt: and relU m' ,;., PJ 1if 4 IM l.
"e atftl1' 1UJWII t 'movement And at whom it* Jtmght and .
m'r .. : ray relfefand' necessities? WIth! : all' Christian bj, KiagiTapa, gaiholiciiai! i tocprruat gious insthutioni jjcmjnipctfding Banger.k '- 7 ] : W rJJUI .-, ; '
tr < .; .
Tcwt' 1 ix djufila wmtotn Isifel.dom'an
1hGa14 011 passengcrtwbnja *, t .
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.. .imPl 'odt DdneatJt >. institutions kna subvert our liber ; i{ ; j
s.tneagthec1.mec(1b4jest our ._ .
h aWI.PON TbaveI .. c; 'iv' r J "VYouittl :; ..j'/ obfeci of tJ- g&t thoogtt orc i.aIdon *i ; =
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me ,bar..b a.mg ,::1sL.: -- lame JlIiid j
: Iaakyour 4eflrt. aa.teati ,.fft t WJj.1JDn &t' [,x bid \ N.puq I'i}!Z cRXW..MT5Ii / .Bachii,tci s'nexte$4!, *bhofflceofbsVidg Hh wtIrlilk .' :
thu1i1df DemoccUV together by'ta'endearingajnei h' *
C
& j lid ra ii"W El; 9'Pdcm _. o.M.obile..wing ar tld fll9r. 1
; ourta..9r
ul" Iliegn or to their chritli.&sie' t-of of I ;: .. .. i "
tbeLprurii&e purity -
i.fai&eit> our -' 'i k"vru
r .iagmiabt "f .spik.* ofy owgJl pJthsjiy:
it1 lU Y DrP2 itm In, imitation ,
t'. ;: h14har3y dayoCbef; republic, -il.'i. : pf > 'r..
"it 'W.
The! ..lmdgr&tioi1'a : r.- G'f Ttj.hs J c\f : ;
bi1cfottheAthe1
=
.... '" 1.Iii iMttarfond.ntma hAsjc* prestige nd1taqeAlitLc&aae iti3t
DOt" 600 If = j.344 d wgm t'j= fi.. Irr:1I! d ; ,
.. J JC our.m eD lMi'i" lMa I
'' : ; a(itbo' in ;,racks...No '#
l --.J..6e.L1a; :your hobo, Iqhtat Pnt4ninJH&i M t' l I
l1J1yptef.fOh 'hti l. &arn'g''ti 1.ae .h.t Jb r (' .' = _. & ". .thio..
.I, OfQ D-fj We}" Abat aE, o" .-.j : the.. i,-ol. ( e t 1* I and: thiOrt t-I" tea ;f t l lI -
4a' this LQffer't.i.a$ aadlbe J.pjo acjfh. ,qutb are stzu enough medium of bween I _
rXJ the Bu&.tht
compaop. I :
:
E"II.I"I -d.P'lC. .., "I' cl to save your country aad its, happjnstitutiooa French \i t1i! tlanauahr !i muchrJathU. :? rea4I CM.J .D1
t l -' I invofe ywto awaken from this ,
tleV tb fthe'S1ILibrtht I y. .
istws ftqt1
: jtf t I v$ .a._.fdl& :ja1; !iLt.' 4.hMv dreauLIYor: br<,sfer \ eqqaflv !Ji lLV r) *: j ttoj$ J.._ : .\t..!. .
JI i i'I1Ei ot' i $ 1W a1i1es:oe.thlesA : .
fl C .pP1o. n,d ; l'J1.;fN HMi" ..
bj aD r"1 t 4cbavaz.d '.T',. Ji6it1"*"jy_.A4 1i1 6D :ma1ntanyot1r po9 b'y aJrfoprlng xh*score* (;4Jd t'b' tl f\1Ji\ 'u tii'd;.'.i 'of-i1W:C Grtlf"'ij". ).beimuteqst[. V .- __ _

*Ad cottqtg.d, 'tb&Stiij. 'Euntp Lbs.Jpe':'i&Qai 'ftM1i fJ '_of.ilnta\mt Mt. oznnt.hl. :bIipjAb'. : fj" piud'ofkfih4 = ? .a'b n'f Ar ... 6.t bQQ 'I f. .
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.0 to. l:. t_k-d i tli2 pYRH ?mwsgot.Bd p offiCH&OTjCathoficsJti -f Frsccrreoldjers daft him the bave .mini. WIodd exk between twofhW. ;
; 1 l ; .fA r.f --iia tin stnnyi; s4 ,. j* *"** WI'
l OUr1iappf.1LbdNotftbat owes I the Coastdutlou 1 "0,11 .f' !. "p4 "$ -fc M& .n__ ," \ ; 9tJ VV courts and ki d:: i i ,. urt
frent pnqting.R.- t.f.
hire four i
intewpat"I cui \.be ltMW" },: flitI1wIt1ieei&t. thi at': and Catholic r -Totel-Corrup"" '- ff l.tr-l' { your>gov* ca" ap !ru.J a ltl\.tf V: \' C'_ ".1 at" ua, ,.1 ,. f.'" F V', "1.,1: _

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at.'aj.-hn 18. 1855.n 1 Treasury Department.430 26 \. attack of a"two-fold character, and
fact 'of which Gen. Call could h rdly was enacted by tU; S**ta aad''B*f Rtpte- 'If howR" .. '
-..- t 4 .- ,. .. of Interior . .280, 35 ; Be it unnecenfl7. ,
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.1 fc li\t 'II-. -" 'fJi' -- did not, after the fashion of our mod. OfficeMimatersand Depirlm bflf. = laod 'U to bops Know Nothings, determine a man's qua Consuls,.'..208 i rYerinc tat tad States boM fathin" it.n btr ; ; '_" .t .
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I "U ellie'. in. .d. n.ne.-i.-i.I _'r .- ..' i : ifications from the character of his religio Lighthouso: keepers. ." ,. ...238Cutom.bonseoffieers1 .,1.0': !apology. The attaok was grossly personal .U d deemed'ths1 bMbcfs.-eis awiooonderad sad art UDitecl.ball ta*- I I' "_ otN.. -- -If.oiI-. '
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I* -- Ko,'5 of the: cbmrhhnicatiohs3Vr ; )1L nrG. Nor is the next assertion any more accurate .! >*,8-15 ", : tnrongEdqX and -Sentinel makes a distinction cured t.e bi citisses.f 1M VDited 8&ata. 1rovdUsiL \ lad: '.iJ .
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Court qutition, pubiishton.'tbVfirst or true th\t ft Gen?1J waa tf SttMn* .at78 392 = '_ .
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., the. .Supreme : Total: ; .. he attack related -- - i.L'
BO American and'so patriotic, he 'would not '"It will perceived that proportion of pots, however, diat where_( 'd8tatm.. .,. 1 1.- 11 ... .-- ..-.,t 0 bputq4 T j. ;1. 1lI.8tJ '
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as Maj. Donclson baa mown you, trust. foeigner : foreigners in die'list ministers 'and consuls to our "connection with.die' ., ..Democracy '. 859. L4i4 .'.Itfutha hIMurallxeI tita& under bat 1b4 ujysuvk.oig ahtiatrAuicuatrl4 .. .
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> for by the I fact thAt ,many of dieconsulships reference was where it characterized iJ'Or &UtJud Btates;abaU'.U dad sad takipb.i.ItIzs. f. '
Public patience w exhausted' with.thedtnniner .. Bank of die United States. TWs a 'mere are worth ecareely naything. and I U 'W'I dt J. !Jl

i :. "Iti which the mail service between this fabrication of Maj. Donelson's whicH Gei no American would havfthti*' It becomea, na ;as.. w&siqoJas"areckIesiIocofoeedtr ,: ', ,)JEEebwary 10, }Vf 5. apposition fpr CongregaThe'! .

: point: and Amcricus is i performed. By Jaw, Call unwittingly endorses.and repeat .Win t therefore, frequently nec ary to give diem r. If we are.correct i in this supposition, (See'pan 604,U. 8. Statutes at Large, 2d ngs are *frad t#Jni2J 'uU.candidau te& turn.

] ,: "entitled to six mails from the North dad Gen. :Jackson to do with the trusting of to citizens and residents of die places in which.. Sentinel need not have looked into Brown- session 834'Congresa.) >feantimeMr, S, a bu ytYi C ta
we are '
i \ey,.but we do not receive,on an ave< stockholders of the Bank of the U. S.I 'The the consulates are located" '1 fotfcolumn's; for epithets with which to showour .e'Don of die passage of diia law,,c rasa, not confining' :',hfmaefuIznmcdlatediatr1ct. ", i.ift. **""
How completely do a:few facts thus scatr.to&e.wincU "connection with the Florida Democracy the aauses which Jd to its enactment, may Oa: 4ng
.
j g three out of the six regularly.- thing,is absurd. The charter. of the U. S. aot be generally nndentood, Aa ,diere"ma, i:
rant about foreigners should referred
all this The editor have to his ;
4 Why lilt I I'e Micro it ts'tho general opiiioa D- Bank.was granted, during the administratio '* \ / be persons hi our midst to whom th.rigbtc .a..tit'. 9thJsib vaa man- l-
in o oo.Va venture to say that,there are files where he would,.have found the expressions i1.;
the law of
:that the Cult lies entirely \V the er of .Mr. Madison, and Gen. Jackson had no yen ntizeofehip eured by thfflut to'on invitation ftpjnfa -
: is few or fewer of that class of citizena in.of- "reckless," wunscrupulous," dec. teasion I will state the I reasons:which.in.di r .m, .
B -d the than Gen. C nd sddreeI a ..
: ractor or his itgenffe and it is ue to. ,put wore.to do widi its provisions
} from the.De. : a Comgn'f'eTer. lee now, as there has been under. 'any-prece- liei?to us as. thick. as blackberries in June! pinion of die Congreaaofthe.Uuited Statw for three l lpIrs? ij' i4)
Andwe den'ythat
lie bthga fcpeail agent >.ourselfj _
.1 of such act
:; administration. rendered the pataa e an .necesaa
Wa&hingtbn* n 'Bnomd"t. Ue appomte .applied to Gen.. Jad&n:or the Bank tobe ling [rhU, as bodj Brownlpw andthepdjtorof dip '. Jteiitfotj and fo eapy eBeitiagibtbnsiastM _.
partmcnl ,
.: ; \\o inquire]:\hlo'the .abuso-ahd apply die coirectivou appointed a., Director and was refused tobe I But we shall exhaust continue perhaps, the criticismsn patiencef Sentinel caM us /(reckless," we .are riaeessaderjlvmolished :1 By the act Congress of:14thApril1 1802 ,. ..dfmotiatratioB. ,of. f appUaerooid .I, .

A.s-the service Is now performed, i it i trusted by him.'Vo repeat, it is a sheer > our readers if wo our for what locofoco editor"an it,, is I declared that ."c caildren of person be..tab.%}*< <Le1t.Yd'
this remarkable speech at greater length. assaults of hace'been cifizans r"the
stand tinder die
'whofMtooretor ,
it is wntrw. We believ : up crushing to. .aa ootBot
gb ewn
farce. nrention as'sfliy as Iteujpt .ojirlefidgwintrof
almpet to ,
a I
amounts
., We had prepared a notice of what the Giih- : two such braves?' We trust the editor wijl I' United States-shall.drangn born out of the it .
institution
that .
harter of Uiiai 'I -
hat when I.re- of the United fittiet pwtijMach. eao ..
eral relative to the religious test which the limits-and jurisdiction
T> Gen Call's Kao.w.Not'lDg Speech. applied for, a provision of the bill allowed res says i excuse JIll however, for associating him with be' eonsidered, as :citizens I of the- Unite< ayi1ratItu; i'most tfcfttk k& fomirgu i. .

,.ke a: -. Several considerations have moved us to sent citizens of foreign countries'(not nitu- Know Nothings have introduced, but,musi Brownlow. We do so more wjdi die view D.f States.-.' "-; .CbanCellorKDTI& in bis Com Dfinfajp KnoWHsnbtefiiediis .,.w.1
.
._ publish. *tins rather remarkable medley of troth) aTized citizens of the United States,) to be defer it until next week, when we shall retort. showing. that his excuse' for referring to nentaries that ,"this clause is qertajnjy ..flr ot be *j ;< prfncWnf.i 'itt Tonstfentkm ; ."

to the subject. : Brownlow's attack should "1 in Ha operation/: He was ,or: / .- "u.I
Jacksor (a thing tee never prospective
earnestness and cantlegitimate arjinent and that Gen. to molt."t1rf. "
.i iinderror|, ,. ome stockholders, that p A r, .1
arid &allow bat ia whicl of the to tEe< have done had our positions been reversed, the opinion, held too, by many others ft sad"hri oiaaat-:
*t. sopliistry, mentioned that as one objections The Aspect of Parties. "'it applied only to the children ,of persom .enounced ss a daifeVoai
s iKc-OTors of fact cant of opinion and sophis and challenge contradiction except in.rebuke of the hoary old slanderer,) and the 19 erties ef'
assert die'eonstrtoSdn >
: e-charter; but we Under this head, our dark-lantern cotem- "' who I then were .or had ken been citeui,; tack)opon' .
As dio authoi Jackson did intilate is altogetUer puerile and insufficient, than with "1 4he benefit of the provis-
1 : tj5' very largely predominate. that Gen. never few and conaqacntiy < re&caripk;
: .perpetrates a errors so glaring.as
is of Florida'j naturalized porary the wish to e nvey the impression that,the "' the learned Commentator. "nar'rowsranjdly aadieDee.blen'ed' : '
one jon
f nf ihis w-drdj production any objection to foreigner doubts to whether he takes" 01 Bays '* In the n ny.'of. on
excite .
as '
__ ? ) 'I\.'
die
and "
and ht I two are alike in character We disclaim any "' by thejapaa-of tiav5, 4'-.1.. .J
nMest r and mbsl deserving citizens, as either Stockholders or Directors the i K now Nothing IIIf Jf' .1l
: eing Look .
he reads the 0
whether
': and consistent member of the remembered that Gen. J. at least papers.' such'vidh.. A gentleman, (die'Hon. A. O. TNicholaoneditor ,. perjodlriH( 'soon arrive when tiaepa) will be nc tr.om thc-.e4m.eat.and rHiW tf. .'attent :lwhlch.tbe
: aii ardent it is "
was tank. When at this "1 for the ene/it of childret \ :
paragraph statute ;
: for example; ; regulation rid
of the tin i,.
t ; great Democratic arty, until a few years pa?| was himself the son of a foreigner, all this attempt Since the advent of the American party,' Washington ;) born' abroad/'American.parents,and they o t, they-1eceQd r.rjd :t (tr

uel 85a deed,?te bad cousl'dcrablypasscd the to identify his"measures and principles" the Abolition party has come forward with who knows Brownlow well,from hag long "' will be obliged to rjeaori for a>d to tixe,dor, rder.snd- Its taadencka, yJjA wjH not bi1 f

mcnduur ef life-and baring during that time,, with the humbug American party," is die increased vitality and importance. It and the resided in the same State, says of him- tI mint. 'and" doubtful.-.provisions of the Eng ''anheeded. Te.eoutualttwM"* i fcf'f

for twenty or thirty years: been A eonstanlrecipient'of ieerest twaddle and nonsense, of which ahoolboy American party are now the two parties whichare He professes to be a clergyman of the 4'1 lj|ah) Common law."' II he subjected the formulas. .an/J ,Constitution or':

. '' ; the honors and' emoluments ol well I be ashamed.But destined to divide the Country. The Democracy Protestant C1lt.re\1. Ueismore known, jBntertalning thia'iew"of die subject. the the .National- _,":1,.jc twof.rt.an. "to or_ratef
: { s: might have united with diem Jn flVa ing A however, by the. ruffianism of hjs personal ajt- /ongress'at' its 'last session passed die act a. I oabta and1 trJJlt of the j' ci1oitIo .

s I. ugh federal oftices, bestowtd. upon him by the next sentence in the General's exordium fierce war upon the Americana. Tie objectof tacks, and'by the utter want decency and hove referred to, and it is apparent that, if the rofthe. organization' the. .trnfnds' ,of ilftrso.epuMicans. "' .. .

,. vuaeesmvc derjooeratic administrations,we can (quoted above,) is equally unfortunate the /ree-soilers is to form a combination of shame which Characterized bis profigate pinion of 'Kent and ethers & to the operation "H .

) "Stt regret his present ldel1ud equivocal poNiion. in i misrepresenting the truth of the matter to all (die Fcee States against the Slave States course as'a partisan .writer." and effect of the law Of 1802 is correct : ."To suib he ad/kesaed ,bse1fm.$1an.rage .

Although disposed to call in question hich it refers. Says boIl thus reducing the contest to a sectional issue, There, is no other editor in the country ofvborn such an act was imperiously, required by every of.leanest.and aplepjn admofcUJon,And
4 1 .3 in[ which the Abolition party would I&ivWe a be borne. onsideration"'.of right and justice. Why arged them to refcsee dwar, stepa/to ly t
.; I: dieinotivea'of.men..-f.honorable position While those who pretend{o bo his (Gen.ickson'e decided majority" .r such testimony can should the benefit of such a provision be conned from: the .qrder,Jo abphe..4Wr3eIe ,'..ffo.l1.th .

4 .J I iu accounting for fheiir political course, and ) foflowera; wound the national honor said be "perpetrates a few errors."- Sign of War! to the children of persons-who w :.cit- e obligation wkiwh .f eptfretf'thenr.of ffcJ tic''-

: -, least of all'Gen. Call's for All political sum- ; humiliate the national pride, And endanger We the first sentence. It is a truth Washington correspondent pf&e New %:ens in 1602"or :prior to that time 'Atwy independence, anti to arraythemselves'*
that his enemies the public.safety, by appoinjSqg fansgners to except persons have become citcueaa'or: been born in pf.the vat charier ofT.cml 'tx&
support
:.i J merset yet we regret amongwhom' present: us in fGreign'countries, and employing that since the advent of the American party York Times-the same writer who,according since 1803, whose cdxenU bom..abroad i tigious ,liberty-the American ''Conttita.. t"*

: .: I ** are not to be numbered,are enabled] a majority of foreigners to transact the the abolition party has come forward with incTea.Ted ,' to the Richmond Whig, told the world a few rould not be citizens.oC the United States on JO." -

: to say diat remained a find]consistent and business of the Government at home, in the vitality and importance;" but the ques. days since,,that he Yankees were such doughfaces de the law sat stood prior to die but session a "

vory tealbus Democrat so long as Tie"bdd of- several departments Washington.." tion is who gave it this "increased vitality and dastards that they would tamelj or Congress. If; for'.example the, Mr. Editor, ",a, A* E. "zii 11onKn.i.Kotb1gPzcs.scox.sAug.. -

& .. ;i ,Bco and"teceured large salaries from Demo Of the various Ministers appointed to represent and importance?" The Sentinel affects to submit to any indignity the South.juJgU pal t 1 In our i 1802 fatter and was at a or citizen af er'pf 4hat 4jme JJ3taI..ea k5dpDe .:. ,.

: tratic admiaistrations, and that so soon as us abroad, three only are of foreign believe that it was by the "absorption".of the upon Uwm-T-haa aU at Once became exceed into Canada or New Brunswick, bepa .per- .L'1. .

:I I these were*discontinued by the application of I; birth, to-wit: Mr. Soule to Spain, Mr. Bel--'Democratic party: ; but. such an opinion,jn ,iiygiy warlike. He finds that the slavery par- hape yOu may have,subsequently, fer, first DBAS Sis nit'and: : I regret from other to learn source from*yours&at ef.
30th ; my.xution
-/ S. j the good:old Jackson. principle of"rotation mont to the Hague, and Mr Owen.&u Naples. the face ef the history of the times, is so silly ty have the majority in Kansas and bid fail me seen the light, (for|'presume fou be acid-were the towards the,Know'.NjathJog 'party;

.4 ... in office," he ia found, with equal ardor and Another foreigner in the person of James and absurd as to excite nothing but ridicule. I to introduce the institution permanently ink not boruprior of the ..United to 802 Sitates.) yonwtodd,J3ntifmyfsther torrid have become, pith aqroe, a ooestiott of.doubt. .

t! zeal balding in the front ranks of his old en- ordon Bennett wanted the mission to Franceit Why, the Democratic party is the only one the territory. To prevent auch a..result, he ;zen appended(to haze fceje born since' 1802 and Enquiries dbn ar to TOUTS'have beso

4 ,- ,.i emies' against the party and principles to the his pretensions were spurned by the Present outside of New York, that is battling against proposes to organize aD.mj 4f4ke4ea: awe bjd gone fa.oi\o -of dioae'provincea, where, in made. 'of Jte fona Mme to time';I bat vkitlive sedUimeeeawry
'l
:4 ::4 i service of which three quarters of a long l life and ho has consequently turned Know .' the Abolitionists. In every other free State. dough-faces. and dastards and-delve 4he slave 1 9 6, I may have been first ushered into the-' not heaitateato to *&afb anaer'fQCh' u, ortance t'what

t f had been devoted These reflections are Nothing and is now the great organ of that except New York, the abolition free s
,1 heightened in effect, in the estimation of his' party Ju dus country!IThe result of Mr. ty is tie Knoio-Nothing jpgr/jb&ndiif the Democracy read the bulletin of this modern Quixotte: tates may'as residence. There was certainly! while the politcal tl cneatsnpur.Stat.ar I ,

tf cppeaients,by die recollection of the S&at.dial nle's.mission is well kn WI1. It.was.a fail.ure are,".waging .a e ee war: u the "Now, the North has fairly presented to il, no sound my or sensible reason for the contin- so> calm. Probabiv'I honld Vave spoken out
his .theJ Kriocratic single alternative. It is either to submit in and, hence io that all my.eQn. t1\fmtl xaight bar known
IT moo alfltifdoinnent of party .not fceeanse he was of foreign birthbut Sentinel the falsely called "American a uice of such a state of things
asserts
t pon silence to the appropriation by the South oi of the last session jliervhero I stand. >Jet that aiitsnaya
.,;\ hIS'hn, never received any: political honor e -he WAS too anxious to juomote the .party," it is because, among other Kansas and N& I'8.and thejr speedy ad.. the sweeping enactment L&X.; few -WQI:JS 'rep y to iou,may go forth nQWto'

iI whaFeve'r: _He J has-never enjoyed die'fuflcerindence prosr ry of his adopted country by the acquisition reasons,they regard it as the administrato, mission Slave States ,r to reclaim jts tar u[ton.the .subject. aj ay.any donttta of frienda' or others ia" >a

I. .,1 1 -of& '.Whig" party, but_has been-com-* of Cuba. Had he succeeded, how.ever of Abolitionism. But wo have better authority ritory, reestablish the settlement of.1820, liberate The-communication above which ia from ruture: 11

l ieiiedto',occupy a very bumble andn'tbr1i.. he would have been ranked among the than the Sentinel on this point. The the slaves now in the two Territories,, a distinguished member of the Tallahassee I am not, and never'have betn, a member
7 drive the slaveholders there by force., side of the Know Nothing party;-and ha prinei
and out Bar, and who is not connected with our
1 i nfttutoCyoqizivocalpotiMTherankM benefactors of the age. Mr. Belmont has ac Journal of Commerce- .just ten days before ourcotemporary The- most. stood. ana. moderate must now be plea,as generally deratood," I decidedly op.
of saying :
.l, ; of die party for whose sake'he-1ia sacrificed compiished what BOne .of his predecessor perpetrated its errors," said; satisfied feat action and not words ia requiredto in.politics, gives us the opportunity pose. Remembering ,how much we tze,in

much.of fame and reputation as a pdliti. well' which has been a word relative,to our own case i and we do those who wereiiot' 'natives of our
\) BO could do iio has made a commercial treat y As.to the Know Nothings, they are remedy the great wrong debted to ,
I 1 t dan and statesman. These reflections in theyiblic with governments to which he'is.aocred enough AS:&body in this state hat 1jd i inmost camwttef. To.cgucndejqng.and! wejl written so Jhe.more redily because nor'a few four soil, for aid in Xcbjenng fljor liberties and

tV. mind always have a tendency to break to this countrY"and.none other.Northern States,and cannot carry argunenta against the surrender I of the political opponents some of whom liave since; in developing) 1&e) .r conreea and advancing

r >. the force of sueh attacks upon the Democratic ted of great advantage die day.4n idle country at large, either now oi Territories to Missouri and the South, with scarcely gotten rid of the brogue" and "accent" the greatnes %of. vsi ; finds fault with bia appointment excej hereafter. Our belief therefore is, that if the I the solemn declaration that the compromise to qonjd cnn suchtosposidon whkh
their ancestors
them ,
t party as the'singular production under consideration Greeley, Bennett, and the Know Nodangi violent,sectional, ultra party which has raised of 1820 must be restord aa the Tribwze and transmitted to by would madt Ih?m aa unfit for a horns in'oar

4: ( ,.and we refer.to them now, to use By Greeley, because Belmont refused to its hydra bead among us under die'natie ol Evening Post do-is mere impotent verbiage. occasionally say that die' Floridian iS edited midat i Remembering that freedom of ofeuca

;. ; Generala fatrenta "more in : the balot and will not be re .of fy&fl .",funpoerj.and.. .therefore. and faith was the blessings for wWdJ .
I sk The quotation counsel his German fellow-citizens'and to go Republican, .is.t :be put down ,at ,. The Compromise casuist by one among .
Borrow,dian in anger." abolitionists Bennet boxes, it must be dosia'-by.1k Democrat; jehc stored. To talk about Mito prate tim.U what jIt says against the.Know Nodnugsnjuiat 'America's patriot fathers periled 'c"w'-JII. .

The General's speech, though delivered in himself with the ; by are now more reliable than ever ,tef rptrtly By the compact of 1880,rfhe North-surrendered be taken With grains of allowance: 'Thctscitetby."Lef I cannot ut condemn religious into.
:' ( because he thins.that he i is the only virtuous(J!)I because the worst of their number ha e sane I to the use and enjoyment of the Sqpth .Believing that dezn radc principles ;sad
r Tennessee to gratify die bitter enemies of the t-. took others in return, cover our completely ''are-re fa l_.of iiittyid:
foreigner in die country and that consequently off to the Abolition Republicans. and parw| certain Territories.and democratic party
,
> has been reproduced by die Ol and.take us.entirely out of the category thHepatriotie con5dence\aa, ,,/.. sot'abandon
Democratie,,party none ,others ,are fit tobe.trusted; .aud b, because they will receive strength froththi aa-a perpetual indefeasible possession asotlhyof e.rte:
.:*;f forganiofrthe. Know Northings.in dus State-to the Know Nothings, because humbug'is the I nore .consorrative of the old Whig patty,,, course o1lU\ia) compact was irrepealable, except sons.of foreigners would place us in. these for a party xrtiebj.Jo/tag/ And it*

I : : 'bolster the tottering fortunes of that faction which the Tribun&teUa us has beQn ". erged" by'the batnal consent of the parties. NolegWatiQfl Both of our.ancestors were natives of New utmost to disc* dit'and'4astDy1bL.andant.
j.:1 up basis of their order and if there did not haji the Free States while there is before me
pi
oQuld
in the conglomerate deprive States attbtime
readersdial' new and qed jil Ae .United
in Florida and it to our England, re kth *
we present
din deotioaoftht1wtSeat
\ be or two in office took their share in deuce othe ,
pen to a foreigner is but dolt:, mistake the.property wmoh dhey as
The fact a can
none tfte
.1602 1
4 we may point out some of its errors, and would be as bankrupt in thunder as they ar I : the division ofO&KX.' T he.act of 1854 attempting of die pI agectUactif: tratibn-to: the true ptJaciplea' otbcC01ondtot1e
bald the position of parties in the free States, and then united in marriage,) nd for rihta of the SoutliI-arn
xpoae it& hackmed cant and sophistryin And die same is true with tea to rob the Ubrthof.tho Territory (though not 4 .
li; : hn exordium die General says: in principle. is of the most ac. it argues but little in favor of die intelligence. and property secured iOiit.by'"that treaty,,u a trambtr, of years. afterwards and consequendy J',11 of'rwios 4mctiKfrr that
to Mr..Owen, who one i.* to
pect or.cander of die Sentinel to publish'such stufl nufi and void. We must 8i't\utz.bald subaeq .Ipal '
..: -1 am Ur'io fjNtkT tWpkt&aq and th.politiUl threE simply such of the :Children as were '.
t : craed oTI 4.Aa. Hmri pHj, ell fitid.ft aajWbuteat cowpliAhedstatesmen in tfie-weit These '&s4t.id0es relative to the Know-Nodiings of our tongues and submit be .robbed/ we b6rn onto diem-while abroad on 1*. A "iwtrado the state-
to iderieal'w the mcamres and pnadploof constitute \. 'ptrsonsof foreign'birth wb I must resist the enforcement of that act of! eotiy., It ia needlm for iDe to enlarge ta

1 ; Qen.Jadaoo tb&t I And ft.oov.iie t to eoondcr have been appointed'to representthe m. ttie Nortb. repudiation and robbery,by armed, organized ai'uisreo.i 1 I1' ; iTtk act. u much citizens-ras meat of reuona. for opposition to taft KnowN
: them tng.thet. He VM ad 'tlo&so Amerietntad | ft ':.been born on American To'P thai jafesmatIcUrtd "
die.whole or diough' ftjiay..had. joe
subject, :
We >t drop
thE force. mu
however at I
_tic be woold aot aKsj.DomboDtbutho meat abroad. There are, Harbor and Trade tf St. 9ark8. eb'.7lhM11iiththe.dnoe
; bodowadir.etoria must refer-it to committee of 20,000 men, soil OUT.r ,citix nslvpnevtr was questioned Ititoh fir
4 TTBO,trort a fordcocr M &Bt bat' -or' class abroAd we .. l1
: this I
JU I dJtO9
.\ t.M .. ._IMk'CJftbe te48 tJt 'WUI.UMM who pnJrorod -!. Present time two To remove the erroneous impressions'diathave well supplied with artfflery. and Mime rifles, 'o.pftO., 1MB,'Wiin' .that year, at the .tW., "-,,
1 : .ieo6 bt' dotJoya'l tM. aatioojj Mr..Soule has returned home and his plac gone abroad respecting the depth,of water and a military beat At ndividuali I am for the firs jrid JD' J m=cr 17 M..iaIta
btc close AA itfwjen tSADSVn1i
cmft&t thA .1C1 anrr.tJ1ef.al vof a.ann. vs '
:. f mm tar- is now fiBedby: n. Dodge, one of the Ne of oar seaport and to sustain fully our re. entirely* favor oftdierlailer.method* and am a fr '" .
yntmt db iWr ; :
ctio jaw.
; Abolition share in the danger and. time, ns .P! fi. l4aU _.ea. =
die iake ,
'fiC'D I2des;ad-P'JiDIfli /foreign bra&ka Democratsproscribed by marks of last.week.we are.permitted,>to use willing my Ffcrida .!' ".'I 'tob
.. tnbnot th boiMM of tit* Gorenun at the labors it opt. One eminent gentlementitpt .crw m
ask carrying
t.l % Know:Nodiings of Iowa.. Now we the following statement furnished'by'our efficient .of' ...IL,
bdoM In the Mr rU taatWubiDpD.! AQ1W 4Y. that .
9 p. : contended, singularly.enough; ; .
; after -this showing, if Gen. C'a. beautifull. Deputy Collector, A. B. Noyos, Esq. arifogant bjts peLanc.a. '.it.
.It would be,difficult to connect a greater wbpnow-aaeOr
q die children of liatwrer'sx&vtisdbjrimepeo"iae
,
rounded 'abo t"wounding'the.nationJlOnor load .& RETUHKINO TO_ TH. UMTIOS1TmLDT.Turnipseed I persons wicked m'fci pracfieem .
periods from to
to JOJ .
(-number of errors of fact and'of)logic than are Vessels usually t "be understood tr .
1? z citizens Ac nn L _
-enteedfbe.iiedi have beep .With ,
al ,humiliating die national pride ani i feet. Although ,Capt. Homer on4fQie pilots Tennessee, .. : 0 i pTOr
oth' In tho samo, c0 jere.Ji'.DO dWn&m 1803; --4 ty.&c.'J
k& cp
;i .: endangering public uf' tJ"doD t sonni t i inform me he carried down &e Bark cal staff of the Russian ..arroy.inthe.CrimeJ ai relating only to c ..m fTo'
the bold ; "A&M'
in for
: JoundaCon fact as- that the .. ,
lia.from.die wharf drawing JUi feet ththe understanding whereas the' wordi clearly mesa .
and about fourteen month since, w 'a'
the liketh merest cant hombeggery .rT1i. -
:ri jsertion of identitybetween the creed of "''AeBrigs Anderton., Sanison fend Geranium during'the I oWldren of persons_*lu i'fiirJ .dtisena-a* ,tU ..'. O,. -4'&, F, ".&". ,.
continue __.
TheUast: clause of the sentence above quo that he was .to 1:1: :
and "the and principles 10 Gamble and Fish -
Know measures and Boris Secor ihe
;t1 Nothings of d/bidbb u cjtizina before passage. -
'
: l time ier3fra jL"
; !
?' : of Gen. Jackson" There is a world ted,piaeedrin italics; -another striking in&ncOr.ar6lee&lx1accnrac all draw betwew JO And 10J" feet, and die war. But ,his health. \dccjining,., jo 'applied though Wn beyond the Km i :11 :
f of tha act, '
'eIf'J
; which ... feeL iiid.e.arv. (rM 800 fni2OO which waa .IJ1Ptb', A -
we
> !; sup R nington9i for a discharge, 1 '* ** fe > ,,
-$ of. paltry cant. in.tiius. ,attempting, .to,, connect. bale ita qfhUnitedStat, 2,,MatiaU.be eoxmderedci&cos The Kansas u >rri5ppoodtecrat 'of,.,I
_ 3 -L miserable the General: did Dot)nkoself invent; but r. cotton ..each.They n.ak. 4, and he is about to return toMshomsJn2enneesoe. tcx I''fto
with pose
!. fiie name of Gen.Jackson lheUDitodiIStatM-' erwhitherborn there.Uem cscgard iIWUI
of laji
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annually.Msry :
; I which probably.manufactured to his hand. 5 or 0 trips"apiece'jto In accepting the resignation of Dr.
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;. pompo..tprctmlHrtG.but die',two subject by some such pink:of ipuity!and'-_decency as ;,?/Tne tidea here..uaaally'rise,from three:to T order, die:f St Emperor.'conferred;Ann,in consideration qpo his'ala- 'the cooitrucdon be correctthattle act related waa dinatified ;apd .dooUid" 'Hr.endnes&puteshi

tets t',tneationed his whole I aJauertlonahe'seems o fear feet, but,with sor so'easterly winds and' a'token' of Ida personal 'and chUdrea uV- :
<-'t tbgedier/ins T ble limeei;; as y.tb.chttdrtn in being nqt IQ'tlte _.
clbsawtnikrity 'wflhigtoeudoree, &I4&dOpt. without., taking ,5fpr (feet and apnietime8more. .'him hflirdred ajhexRMUI.T !on p ee,. j .
*i_T;OD saigJe point of"identity-br -' re rti, presented eoren 'otpeJ IOU ,who were citl ajkAt die tide ..
or
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:* JLhe.trouble to inquire Jn tQ1the1r trth r falsity.WeaHade ; ,Doting die year ending ..t30tb'Jane,., b I -I ed ""J' w, r vrwPtwd .. pt'-
bF betvrf i emi- Jbe:wh a'UfaAodgloriooa ,of. dwre.entered at, tiiis port.138 *e els, ars. r or iU passage,thea thcj dbsn 'of.ail: our ;Jo piiolclHr.;: .

: .. ,:career of dia old; bro .ecntrtdteU to thftdittmet,' charge 'Employ. Mw ,987tOl"* erge,2O.to Atm. or FLOCH ,8"s v DJ Foreign! ,Miniitera' and'.theY'children of.the ***ftffi *R rswsSSL*

die tUndar thds fl'yp ndy maifa We asert. ing a majority of foitigners 'to :transact
w \: die- ontrary, wha lGen.jC4lJ ooght to bun $ f'theGoierwnai t :at'"home,. in the : M. 'Cedar' Key a/12. yessebj" lilTft. tons'- .have tp been'thousand and:thousand*-r.dollaPutfpoM : ..,\ ." ,- :.hLMevu. '. 'J qne.,1 . .. ,....Ulge. r .
I ( qupaet4cron.
,-, 14$ tons. \ U .
."P..u 1I AI.t"ode?len..it1lunI :persons, I 1 W So far avecgge,. ? 1i : :.tie! .. ''jMm.i.: ,O. ,.fMm .hS180 io4etwist. : ..' '"".'. .

: faJF w :Iea1detbu CromJ" true,Waare;prepared' The New -Journal ofCae&yi&e.says; qtiencectth piadnri Ia pncet, ; .,''' _" .'etw stiathetZOth'ii* ..: uar.. alai, t: I" .5fOf

: United' Meand vbUe.,Gea. CaHardeut wsJzIic Aptm6'by'tbdLt.el.lee.the' -nature of Mrn.: ri noarketU glutted iMLWIt_ India; of.ssd a1Mmduoeor .haeit" >'" t.1- : -vf. ". .- 4; :''I1 "
: ; &teii' :thai,instead of, 'rmt : eeaiI1'ladti. T. Appei -, .., .. 0 \1 $ --.- .:i.i \
and fteJred friendJM'ifid repeatedly, the\. "Ho eptSiJe voC a Tiftoe T both 'btrejmd-Ia I---8omepalu.wi jd 1 t.t H. *fiwj.i -- t. "- .. '1.tawt
a 1 \ ti44 .i..v"n .
c catholics'to office -"fMJority /.ofT X fficars. .W die difTerent d.- bananas and COCO&Daea..at-.<{)ieTS, and "ttera,h 'May'I Wh n 'pridwbgn ,, 11' '. tJr'. !( 1t
eri'&nd .t
on II
r .ep_ potlr.foH? have't board of pine-apples Ii abou _q!, .__
: Ma barrd'atethrd2'theIrakaet& s IiM. ,ft
'b and
II at lahingipn ng'; foreigneronly 'Ii 910 pw ;
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1 n1L1; l4 rei we partoects ,have w.rl
dotcn whiJe
'T gn iargftxjtiiiatitiea ..
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100,000 .
4 "I'Wnr.
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TO ; 'DOW' pt.ytrw.clffeftftCl .
.L' 'about in.ten or,twelve areWjforeign ', to .' .' 'h '' '.r _.. I. .
on& -
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hot it : oW'Fie If 1 J ;.1.
rangttttirom
ciUxen <
thertby"nateralaed already r:1P r'-AI
rnA W 'i3 to $860tFS .f__'Yl fD tt.)- ,
'from : .">.. .. JJ., ... ". "
aoafineji to ifc&rt
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such7otbny birth 'and &al>d *ro jnaialy Sante.Pr\bably'thetn2rif t m Drier r- .' "
i trdo' tpeak of y > : "madi of: biads& ta & ,1)1
I dt of ft t _, I .- .- m \sl. .wtro .good. ..i""l1 '"j'.\.c.,rr ?TVT53-f- -?
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1 cIW G.J&ekonn tb iuuo.t sobundthiflfii. -v .0 \t *$ \. "u ; -" : yqcasdsri. .
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ofttoagu I JI
a!. boUibf&oae'classeiadministra or.. svn1and.._ .,'sqiAe1f_ 'n" : I1nteT.I't_, LeT:the- 4 'JLi Se tieishcs. / ittein. ,:1'J"NYodi f" # ....' A.l .. ii\w..,,a $TI",Q _\ 1..'._. 1 n1a. !_ .a ., ".ir".'I" I"1t !J(9f b.

"Oflf IsLw-dinA';bed nr1:: the, editor,- c-,'thoKcriJiamtoWell ;Mro1do" apt,to:approwaf.?mi*" {. iJy'r. .. ..' ." ..
..w 't tlqor Washington Dkicahaa:,PR"IhW / .Btt..nttcfr&eC Rccdtt W &t 4.tmint .i .. ;f f.It ih I MMa'tM'ti be i iwyw&
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., :. lot'of\bumbcr'of pwtoia ecrptoyedb7th4w -.-ore triU gratify .hia:naxt.wwi w>t 'I. 'n.to..L -' ..1. .: ,'+ aikjtI dha"
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i; : }. federal 1iDat'; fri..f d Oftu"m .o\t jj .t : *WiW'
; t. jJh ; tii8''ncadi'of f i41DepiHmer 'themselves for unhnporttnt a doe mtQt/'ih tho l' .u -. .' : p '- ;', -

ctacct'6?' die appointment of a catiioucby.Jackson lcJy overwhelms the itbL4 Wm'"II _tI1'la.! tatbk 1t the facti .m, .d,CD U' :
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of Leva Ooonty,
'. IU:1't .!..). cor ,; 1 t f If? G '.''f" 't', 1 day ,uear..1"iwtaew; : York, ,' 'L ay-a' .the -- .1J. .L' ,4'!. 'i' P J : Qoort t- : !*L
dI \ 1 I y i il.Rpjo7,..for t.Mr'l,r 4 / : ,WasAzgto* i$ostsndr.tn?celebrate tn. 'an-.. trying to fign/Q l umlVf wifto9tmakjngrmjyout' ;; ;;rHvinBbn; : Lottery u v I actiir4w.

District ,b"9,.*711 andt the popular"majorityHnrti niversary of British emancipation in the:West of tha'unprofittbfe businessjTheytoth jiTpiit .W ?lf> it T SIJA 'is 400 edissI

..*1.T .1" A .: *'r ) i i .- U1t.te'it.I'4If .1, r\1; Indies.'' It consisted'of people of ovary hue, belong the -J ajf;Dak? tribe of-Tunbercut .s I' soi i'b
B1. I : 1xt' from milk whi e fo coal t lack:' 'OTealWtf"who (iI'"'iirairist'-- 3
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'fKBvA1JG1n. and complexion, : aiIu this eo : E.! '
: aox-si
tJt.JJdNort.StatoJ.. season. -4 A
for ._ .
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-1 __.. ..Jr.. n ; IMI4 &aJ. '-. --, '- .- 'I- )". -. T It waar>ddttjesed.by B evera1 fl4p! ig, cjuy Societies. BS tionarjf jditU *.f ao+ct MWperancb : : tJv.rnkuTTor 'I'I UrrA'U. J',9'! J llerdsaDtawU1"fUV"'k &" 4& P'J '

DDl, CllA YJ B !' J nf k1. ; : I Abolitiqn orators, among whjw''was thenoteriougr$8ori .'ditia,Masojiry, Odd Feft< BV&!' .: ( GJUittOl..L M'I. _pi besol4 lower Uum JaLI ; ,.
... i4p -" ( .. ilj'Oi'lr'; ,' '.' fcrfrom taud marketd- CII s..i1!, ;
; 'f _?"- : I %**. It' the' culvert ( ; /whosefrantip tftfwcand wile*'of the devil/and their faith \\Vail ./ .1. : .-s o" f .-;,,;. :.lD.un p. :
s-- *JT i** 2 4V As was xpected/the., ,brethren of rather' the last'wnhff of UM Ue 1 I
bloodhound ferocity perplexes u..t t of'the Ji the un'za u oodaot d plan
more :
Oar old-12 mifler>Hza Away Qn Jl.wpcd.A ; iSli. aS1"t.. j
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'have met have b rr'PatWli.'a ssfijljin [:ol4 oauiq4 aa to .whether. heVmore, eservfeg. Wn I'1\ rot. : uiUry c Ravens, 'oam .- -- ." ..\ i

: Th Mnerer-ttJfASI* tDemocracy 'culvert Whig Kentucky. Their candidate for Governor o?;the in puae." 'It.,u.leJ' .11'ory. ,('f- -niajesty.'witheyetlOqi'an:- : : i, l'' r YD at 00D. UacoaGa.II.LopDaDlfJai.Af'coder the worn aICJU& T$11CfltLf, -'-.----.-'p.' 'or" eijg..".DOYmJlG '
his -
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him to 'rapernitendeneeEi.
the enemy and.drir is elected byra fair majority, .8Onhis disgusting. hapgpe:: snd'c1oveniobtflknati1! Verily they are Qnnd 8t ptetaber 3d, 1865, -1IqTDou11GJ jlo.
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rooted, *i rpefoot'khddragoonj; !.TEXNKSx delegation will proba. "This Union is a lie. The American Unionis [fit.. instrument! tn the"Hands ,rof the.ForeignF WbeD ,1't. : .

NOKTH.C&JtoiJVA:And. ALABAMA,havfe. The Congressional Democrats an imDoaiuiev:a: coveriarlttli": | death'and F U .I ad rftb* lt: io. uur" : jWhy '0""" lrrolnn"l'f'lr1lItrI' ." 4
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tide of the-glorious bly at&hd'6 Know-Nothings_ f'. ', Jln eroe11t.Wi eIL. The'.q Lioii1iator U .A l f"' "2it$ ... .."; ,1 . 41' y.a.1a .f "" ,
ranged themselves' along "". Etscmos., -f 'of in 1 4'is. ,, ',cssD.f ., 'WASllIlff1'l'n1it r.t'r'1Jrt....-. ,
; I < ; nf' S i" 4 KENTUCKY one parchment rpretatioa, a is.tuek :'language aedl Simply be. Jl' .: ..tH'7.Jt !

old comrjttnwealtb/of. ." yirgpua, .. lt. i In 5,2 nognties'Mq h'end'KN.; :: candidatefor Question of moraj'application and moral duty. cause'tbii.de'nomination chrfstians refuse to 'F a 1 fjfrjg( .ttfoliai.4aiMIs.. i TILL i.. .bdteW'. ,aMVY.0e '

is dead u a Hjmiu 'fromIhencefort;_ : .The I GqVenyjr.'gajns ,tlQq..*" Scott's vote- But we have shown one weak spot..We.have J9n| .the Know Nothing.ranks, and warn men I Ttti.,;;. ..$i!ooo I Pn .. of.1 .;.._.....b* eral. Dt eUkaa, UrW p '
intelligence"vV- ce.frpm'jour! exchanges.below ,' K. 1'18 Are said that we will hold the American Union U' .'. .v.-3oooi ." 't1- -!"? S' I I : ,10' ',+
Congress fX I
'. Of&e member tq : else and will ai ajnsf j its prescriptive principles. 1" -1,6001 '.,to' .!',;'. 1,200 .I.. 'J 1 tS.l16 .' t'-'p-,, : :
: tells the'Btocjv: ii.gd ;, Jotnb 'Tn Orcfjj
-. manhood liberty J'- .,.. ,rj ai Adm'r&e4. >' Hsoatc ; ;
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4I4. I* sacrifice. to ft'self-respect, of suchvwy4i;proscribe Primitive! Baptists as 10 -40010, ?. "* .11'., .;.. J 61S" 0 .-"" :/ W.."" I'Cowia-5 ?:3 %tM>.'> i
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..1iJi.. eiie.. ;.' :. By Magnetic l h and God. this is accepted by slavery as a well asThe .C liC8 f;: &chtmg t i .. .. 12020 ;'.. .;. 1o" V5ieBoimei. .. '.t.. 1 .' c- .01U' ,',. IPr
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carte blanche, and whatever4hey demand:we 60"t6 ,of 2628ApproMttatioaPriz t
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The Nashyille.Lcfth0I3thmQt5. fn LouxsYiu-k RIOT. Wilsonare ecftoTTof. Geprgik, CititcH,:who BO t&i, ( "'P 11IyUSda\._.=J.'. .1 i I
.. '. -.J..-. "" *.. .04. i give. Charles Sqmner and Henry 01: > ..,. .IIUU ... .
rcwp.>i6,1t "-w... ." v -.. ,,--. -.'- :' : /, :r COXWH II, Aug. H.TBe r lilt Union, and wbatever ,.!$rn the AntiSlavery deliberately insults the Primitive Baptists, is a f08 Prizes amounting' to $60,000. Only 10,000" son. .ratorin UM SoiBlrp'Cb''s di!%**t''tat 5

oauTICQ XE Coc:1t Louisville Courier and Lou'iKviUe i Dem- sentiment of the people generally Universalist Preacher. pumbera. Erery Prize dra'D--.t'a drawn ;and of Florida stia BofebtfnfisBiU&flUsfttrB CIr
Iutwthe'Democ fcf.'crf"i euet' .me thebrightdawn jij with is entertained that the -- 'dald"'w eo due, tn fulV!without. deduction. Birders" cuit of said State,"and John Reaye*, Manala RMT**; I
dcrotrtiharge' ::Know hihgs sys; .takes thVfeeling Union Mnctlf: Aonfidential Drawmff sent 'ordtru "Eifgklered Anlden. Boon, Margaret and Alfred Borota/ai ioUtref Ibt
.. bt ," loi. .I- n"'lit a or ing. and hundrpda must" .d shaU be preserved. There is hoUnjojj. HENRY, CiAtY, .denunciation. of a fusion, j
Banks
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.. tematic Proscription, preven Dg i .\t" JetUn: at my risk. Bfll on all solTtot Georgia, and BewUBurBbam p>f rU'bAr '! ,
Theho 1U1.. : J.r.' ''' t4y :.St of foreign-bom citizens I from coming. to the Unlqn |s equality-Union is reciprocity movement..' cannot. .. ., be too Tit often read. Here. &.6 liable'Tickets. $8;Halves M;.Quarter 12.jlddms jtown. viM&h vii )An-s*}< $.',,.:* I'e ?'
and thtygud urn of democracy shines about.V have JAMES P.WINTER said defrndants nd ,n-
over, Polls. I ;but ti ere is nq Union e no is : It.I WlJerecJ jt Appear '
dMi$ n&rt-6tt' triumphant hosts i f I ITEN"ESJlE.E continue -r % -* Manager,'Uaeon, Ox wer.Uiu, .'CI o4f th5ri >ood*U Samtf.I .
inimdo pur ECTIONL I rights even as white men. Why But If Jt (,th! whig i party) ib to be mergedinto 3S'N .
It bdi'b 1objbd Insr sas4
berseat.aajd
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nuparaUeled 1 In( par po1itaIhE'j4ER'E It' all madness-nIl .
The toiampkjs the8fC experiments .js a contemptdjlf'ftfyJition. ,.and if abolitionism -
It at Nashville .that Johnson is i I party :. n5wsiDer wifu
JtJILEThe E' is believed IIiW'a. :
.&E : delusion. Lett'hat |o"r and when it it ; 'i
elected Governor by large majority. TheLegislature !| Uhj6n 'f fa b.eigrafid.upon, the ichig otic". ce .

Uri MI .,..4aL : } pem9cratic. goes Slavery will go with it, and the slaves creed,from that ionientI renounce the party bough out tEeTntemt of B. F.Byrd,in ATCU, .JW.AT r. fill.n.' -:. ; I I '

The ;reported in our tab1e" to day, 18 will rise up, and 1 believe, as:Judge .Culver and cease to be -whig.. I'go 'yet a step farther H. Ube ihercantue business;at'CentreVilfe.'alao f all Jut'8' : 84'.' .0-4m. e. '" 1 !,'. ". ',;

,L for Joraso 54/XX) for GuxTEr, 53.- THE WJIEELEB. .* f.-" Si 4' vs: CASE. told'us,-mat the South would be soon coming : If I am alive, I'wilj gve'p| >y' 'humble the accounts and'ootes dde tbe late fiha:' f'-ntrland 'Prospectus' of U e 'AUwti! '' : : 1 I
dflb ,
give 10. Combs ;'e..ti pWtjfdnr"'J t'a oonUnuantie e : f:
held the '
44&, ,Tb counties remaining to be heard ( PmLfpjsL iA! Aug. back at the point of the bayonet by support to 'that.roan for the presjdencj, who, heretofore sq liberally av' rded to the late i

from gave it tie'last' eCt.ion'for JOHNSON True bills have been un against Pasa.I slaves. I.want She alaveVto be, set free and to whatever party he may belong, is not contaminated patronage fcnn. "' MjffllCAljlND. UR8tALJOURNAI I j. i p I

12,135.; H ft JOT: If they voted the I more Williams and six negroes, abducting whatever.jnay,'& and in the way of their free. by', fanaticism, rather than to one We are determined to sell our g ods*tU>w as they rpuz.FACCIXXOV. m ATIAIT/'JfroiftitCoutoj;, .

same.this yearthe !aggregate: vote would be, CoL Wheeler's s1a s. The trial. ts"8et i down dom I am for its overthrow. If jt is the Church, who, crying dot:all the time that he is a whig can be purchased in Tallahassee 1'homUTIth. or anywhere .'itootsvp.'"pubjisk W tJ1.'t't : ot Atl .'K** t-' !

?n for JpHXson*.63,135Or. .riTRY, 64,555; for th.e 27th r'Angn8t. '" ''' then pronouncing the Church to be of Satan ,maintains docrinns.utterly subversive the else.' We farite pertdns to give'. 'us a call before eZ nrblv.d5 Journal iUJ(o be kxwp, .as jhe J.it.ittI.:. ftafe fciP .
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elsewhere. nr
J j majority for JOHSSO*;,1,580.: But we have From'Washington- and no 9f Christ, I am for j its overthrow;,if i Constitution.. .and the Union.. :purchasing- : ? A.R. COMBS, & CO. ofepuse, to .l repr il.t tJa r%LtpT'i.,"-rA:.ffljiMreBl*.,'.!jtfaititvlion .. .

reports from all'the' conntjes.not'.Deluded in it is the clergy, then lam for pronouncingthem : August. 18.. 1865. \ S3i. with which they are n. t.p.,, '
WAsniNOTON, Wednesday,Aug.81855. in wolves' clothing, and i .mad with ,
our table, giving "JbnjrsoN a net gajn over to be sheep 'NOTICE*:' meat entire con' ) f

GENTXT'S of 343. If.these reP {"! Mr. McConnell of Illinois. has accepted the putting the brand .deep on :heir foreheads' V ?,.i w :H.. ,L WTON.& co,' nal /&inte*, aad I the repr iatii<(t : f
gains A of the:Democrats and th.erofGadrdVonntv it.wOl claims :
rr .. cine
correct;JoirKBon's majority in the whole Stateis I pp'oin.tment.'of Fifth' Auditor 'of the Treas wherever there is any countenance given to : jaeejting a I. 4SEA ISLAND COTTON FACTORS, i presant npo.th.jrijb.. not II
'' VdscoLPro/es.w* ..n rnaw ;
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1923. But we hope it will reach 2000. ; ury. Slavery. Our business here is with ourselves.' j *'I)... ,\-. .1.,, opposed.- to..iHr Ue proscrip i.-, No 18 '.jQiiU ity of-respectahy nmfieal.pohL Of12II4iY. .1
-For Cpn re&s,we elect l four'democrats-1 4 )ki., Hendricks has arrived here, and wil) We hold in our hands the key whereby the ; Uve and tyranical party, 'ri "y organjzed in W.4ar1otc In saying thus mtcbtW Editor:woukl yKu..tot be.tmdas-' j:

the same at ja: the list C6ngress.irFQcAo I enter on hs: 4oties of Commissioner of the dungeons may be unlocked and the slaves. set: our country//;;arid'commonly known as KnOwNothings" ,., Qa-. .tnodUanoptiniI1ofJ -t :DBfrx, .< I I f e ,

'LegisUtare,.ve eiect 12 Senators .Land Cfficeto-morro\r.;. free. 1 cty not speak to the slaveholders; theyare i WM. M. LAWTOK, R. WAishnucB* Bcor", ificatiaos-fct poj jrbica: ., .
w3l the Court House in Jk.
.IVijeld at JOSEPH T. DOL! Wnnomx'LAWTOW, but intend to expftM s eoqfideny rfiCo<*).n "
and 38 The 9r jthe Washington Navy .Ylrd of hearing or of: .' ,
57 lUpteeeobUives,' 13 'Senator* suigeoq insane men, incapable .t" :"
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officially contradic er mor of yellowYJverbeing But to those who are Quincy enth first Saturday, (being the 1st August 11,18tin. P/'WII thhthe.outtr- ;
Representatiyes'38oppo ition.! 'glj9 Dt.bapot .! making an argu'menjt. el*.and wtHbutkrt;s ZMt w:9utjt.sent I
49 democrats to 51 opposj D: loathe last 'prevaTent.uierelMr. the pillars of the system the people of the day) of September nexi, for the purpose., of Sa"a"n Medical College. through its colum t1a t If"

Legislature, t ie wlilniajority cn? jpintBallot, Marcy. returns from". 'Old" Point ComfortoQ.ITcw North, educated and refined, the people who nominating candidate to represent Gadsden THE I Third CourseW LeWfts; is thi $fnstitutio Science 0ffedidJ() .1r-tti tt..t.'M,1emed ." ,

was 12., W. have made & net*gain. of .10, i constitute this American ReitlbJje-myap- County in the adjourned session'of the Gen. commence. _on the bat Monday in Noyembnext. < from the most.rell15tbesewu,4d. --? sdtirtsftb"ol(5rM'lrllaJo.*: ..t.| V( :.'. ,",' 3: .. ,!

but l okJ a..ua.i9J1ify. Later'from- Europe. peal is to them, in the name of God and Lib. eral Assembly, in place ofN. D. Zeigler, Esq:, The Clinical Lectures in Jr"Medicine and Surgery i at' They are' ptepareJ )tf r-1'
decLare \V. H. Sneed,; ._. ert'. And I say to them let us give to the the Savannah Hospital and.tke CoDsge CEnique wi iU but equally. so for tbs eiooboiagb ,Toioe-'of mawrowfrienda 'I" J Ji t.I }
The congressional* > winds.the rallying cry 'No Union with Slave- resigned, a nd County officers for said country .'" commence on the 16th. of October. and continue dorinj. who bare not&Sed. K. N. in ,die 2.d District Samuel A. Smith, 'If AL OF THE BALTIC holders Up with the flag disunion, that.we 'the' course. ,.. 'I. .-.-. than.tb.pi ewnt "' i \ r- --,' '; .

democrat and brother of CoL M. Whit Smith NEW. 19l.K. Aug. 8th. may have' free and glorious republic of our A gene attendance of the Party, and p FACULTY of : fend.'and With BO determmed dwposHwo to to bring Wrfl every tta:eoerWio'ihtdLicDarjgbfdaty pyftl
of Columbia" county, Florida in the 3d, by The Baltic has arrived with one week later own, and when that hour shall come the hour such of our 'former Whig friends as may be Theory. 'and Practice" .Medio.-L rtt > JD', ;AixoiM.D. ., and to1a*.' noS. _ny la,,ttetr powfnndoM >

800 rJ. H. Savage, dem., in the 4th news from Liverpool, her. dates being to the will have arrived ,that shall witness the over Obstetric and Disease of Women .sad Ctildren- 'It,. {east to iftere. Mcecsa jiaeyt d *"et fUnfc i
majority to this organization are respectfully r
26th alt throw of Slaveryand Go4 wjU Ejaye made it I opposed new F.M-oviocxJCD.- offailurs."t- ; VXle \ trloo 4
-C1wi Beady K. N., in the 5th-G. 'V. o's 'froin Jhe 'invited'to meet with us, and'reason together W O.Bctiooi -Jovrnaf wul be issued aboot the firft of..'. '
Cotton had declined an l-8d. Sales of the possible fQr to .lie one people 1. '. Principles and.Practice ofSsffery. ,. .

Jones dem., in th i ,6th rJ. V. Wright, dem., week 45,000 bales. Consols, 91. Breadstuffs Atlantic to..the Pacific, andlike, the billows*' for the good of the Count,. 1LJ9r Medi-ad cbemi.trr.c.W' '" V2 rM.' 'D.Inatititioa month making each otef76O''page dumber will' aaoaallr.*contain K41srj, OeiaTPp J, :''rP---*(.'.*._.*- .

in. the 7th-F. R.. Zollicoffer' ... K.N.,in the.8th. unchanged. the ocean we shall mingle tog th r; The I MAN1TINS.. Medicm3 H.MATW, M.D. Jt wiD' pa at U.Li. .

-E. Etheridge, K. N.,fa;the.9ih, and'Thom'.. The're is nothing important to report from way to do this is to make no compromise with Qujncy August 20th, 1855. i I Anatomy-T. O. OY.M. D. n '.' .. Tbe first.amber lo be Istoed tbf .Isf. 1Nif :'.. ti I

in the 10th. the seat of war .things remaining in stoiu slaveholders or their abeftpre, 'and thus we Miteru Medicaand Medical. .Jurisprudence. .B. Arrangements win b.'lQade, keJsatlsgta;
Hirers, JC.'N., number suitable .4rertis
.as .'" shall have the blessing ofthoae'wfyo'are'ready tADM.p. / m.. t\ AH eommnnfesv-
done i for the of TenneaJLLABAXA quo. -M'Lane's Liver Pills. < : tkos to be'addressed to; fix Edilcrt:ort J'
Well Democracy .Dr.. Demonstrator of Anntomv-Jos. J.. WEST. M.D. --t-- -
and tbe benediction of Almighty .
to perish # Medical and *"*
SECOND Dl8P A.TCII. 13!? TW*gr Atmtdicioe has supplanted others Fee* for the entire Course.. ,..,.$105 00 Surgical Journal. i j.
The sales of cotton for tbe week were 45- God. [Loud and continued. cheering.] for the cote if w..e.of tbe Lirer. Its effects are so Matriculation Ticket.,:T., ......6 00 f JO-!-- yei. '

"ELECTIONS. took ealat&ry aod.speedy, and at the same time so perfectly mp1. facilities will be fupisbed fat the study 000 bales, of which speculators 4,000, Political it should supersede all Board had at (rem $4 I Ifs CD, W. ,1',. W O .J )
Trickery. I safe, that it4s pot surprising; Practical Anatomy. can be 1 .
The Delegation stands as The of Cot
:Copgre&sional and exporters 2,500. market closet otbers. Invented by.' distinguished physician of pej:week. For farther particulars tyfijf to StrjeryJb the Atlant -Ji l
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follows. : dull, at the following quotations: i There is a species ofpolitical trickery carried Virginia,yba'prca'hced i in region country in wbicbHepatis o. W WES-r.JLlJ,> Atlanta.July 21," L. ._' ..1M.' _'.,'#''. :. ,

Smith, and Walker, Know Nothings, 2; Fair Orleans.! ... .. .. .7d. on by the unscrupulous Know Nothings, or' oonplalot, is necnliary formidable Augwt 11,1855.. 8m-3S. :-, Aa" r ;n.i i 4w-: j } i f" -t .T

Dowdell, Shorter, Houston, Harris and Cobb Middling.. .6$ which, to say the least of$it t" is,unfair and dishonest and common and who had spent year m .discovering Me and Female Academj Fre atiof/GrpceH/ a. j 4I
elected 5.v less than tile ingredients and .jjroportioning their quantities Quincy r ? :{" "'PERWIf 'R'UnTES.1 .*. ,
Democrats,are F"Uplands. ;. .. .. .6$ It is; neither more nor form of the ;
i these Filh.aa. peculiaradapted to every next session jrill begin on the- nt Monday i in "> .
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Middling llp>ndi.,. .'. ....6 M6 insinuating, and even openly asserting, that disease and never fail to'alleviate'the moat obsthiale THE, r nexL" Board j iLcluding washing mal ,I HE ubsflrberSxbaT* ust recvrvea'i !p ,

A1srb GIJOJRAL NrW. the most prominent democrats of every State cases of that tai ibI.complaint. .a justly be- be obtained in the family o'f PriucipRl ford s Km. JL general usortwc4 ol Oroeerie* wtieh tbej, 0
'The Montgomery Advertiser .(Democrat,, and county are member >f that midnight or. eoiie celebrated and the researches of Dr. iTLane ted number Students of both sexesatrflOper moot!. for e a ,tfd-. ,, I
Omer Pasha has resigned .command of the benefactors of man- month. For rartbeV. ..,*z., .
It is not long since the chargewas have placed his name among Fuel and lights $1 per partici- Orik'Wimjod ; 'Ii '' '
; ganization.
.uy :: the Turkish fceLTheFrenchcthitinne: kind. *No one one having symptoms of this'formidable lara respectiog rate. of tuition regulations dr,' 4. 4O. .- 8houId.rs '. '. ". I
We have now the proqd satisfaction of pre their apprpaches to made agajnsj; The gallant Governor coapbunt should be without these invaluable Pills.- see printed catalogue which may be' obtained by'ap Hama,,: i.
Powell,of Kentucky, who promptly! and man trader the '.dgef.the N. H. STEW ART l 4 Ikst 9ngaz.QnrdJ3ams, _
f sentihg-retorns which show a triumph to our' wards.the Russian works. The Russians,or Have. yon a pain in the aide,1 plieation. to Principal '
.cause unexampled in the.pglitical history of the other hand, are fortifyiqg'B.1I'.f iruripor. fully denied the allegation;.ana morp.repe ntly ribs, wbicn-bcreasea with pressure-ooabletplie' with. .August. II. 18U.fit. -- 2 2 Hbda., "Cic4 Qe',e3. t':.,.." ,r. ,.-. : '
sometime eoastaat
occasional
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they have been circulating a like repot-atiqt t ease on the left tide- .. ." ,
Alabama*' The defeat;fthe Know Nothin PreserT: :. 'A
; tant posts.The the Honorable Daniel S. Dickinson of1.New : ;1in under the sbonlder blade frequently eztea- Andrew, Female College, Suja-. I.. .. 11 I
is and the boa U that 'l 5 Bbli Supeq Ploni. : '>
party complete _tnrerwhelming. English fleet has destroyed Rely upon ; :
York.which is put to rest by the New-York_ aRngtoU1etopQfthesbIldsrt taken for 'CUTHBERT, GE1O.RQ1A O Plants'b' ;t: : "
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Winston is elected Governor over. Short bridge at Genitechi! |J]though the latscji a: are sometime .. :...
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r1il i. .nJ.. H :not J saT: than TEI Preparations for a campaign, upon the Danube National Democrat after the following manner rheumatiC they all arise from diseasa of this Liver; THEefkbq JFK and'rtateh I'Mtitqtion b 40 C C Whiekey.. knnma'tki1Th, : 'N t 4!

., :, '. : and#jou""1 have relief go instantly and buy awol Qf ,
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Liver Pills. been thrown into mi.te okiiie&lng CD $ e Fir. 20 k, ,..
authorized DtIn.'s .
Daniel S. : .
; 1 Watts for Congress? in thipla1ctij The.latest Russian sortie at Sevastopol.1 was Dickinson, we are : rswill be careful to'ask for D*.IT- Monday in Beptemler and closujg on tbrocxvx] 2 II Dried pp. .t'.. ,:
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II i\ icfWhlcllint v" to say, is not,.pever has been, }and never will | ( after the Fourth '{in June. 5 II --.4" f
flr"'I-ugu.
bont. 0-a eI 011 the 4t-w1Ich. was-repuIed.. L41.cSE354Tn Tim P tto and take none else. DAT-Thursday Sabbath .. .. .. -
( i r{of ', : -" .neaz i It waV rumored that a secret expedthonrsforetheiarbor ic bea rnem et of,'Ae Know Nothing Order. There Me.. 1er'I'1U1pcirp; rtng! td be LiTer PITh, ., PKqU3TY II'. 5' Lar' : .r I ..,01'1.Eit..i; n. '.-. .
Those who in.ke c.b an assertion either do also! .h',4vGUmll 2 r4-aol1 "
theVhig
s i'l bUp. frMfxaVk; Liver PHK --if
before :
-threethouaud for candidate the Alliet .
majo ty of Sevastopol,while now A M i 'ibt,1.'
Au>nr; Pr5idiciIWoey oEoglisk m Pickled TooC !' '"
all ; .
be Hid &t -re- : e "
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= h" -t'. not know.the man or are hired to misrepresent hu Celebrated Veraifu) e, cen ow .* % .
make. e,assault. in.ibe i States and CanaAn Literatureand. Ancient Langusgea ,, I nx.ii eO'. : '.. :_'. .. -
Shortef beats.. .Alford .in the .Barbour. Dis :The nUb'Bayrpiiks Constantinople had him. Man andAxiy' ,he haa been a Democrat, rtab1e.BtoreJ.i. yed! Bet.).n. .A.M' Proteiaor of M ta&a1 2 Boxes Smoked Tongues#, 3wgir rid.--:
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uere' had' been' formidabk and even his enemies wifT admit tp& nacious, TaHabassee- aDd Moral PbilorfopDy. ?. VJBe 1 :
tncttyviJargeinajorily.HarnJ mutinied, and .: For sale stall. the Drug tore in : OJf't .
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antiDemocratic *.J.X.f oxltru, A.M,Pru&oor of MaiLemai t- : : .
baiter nd'un'ieJding hostilityto Tori ..
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.majority.Qer..11Uono I JCoosi insurrection of the Arabs at Tripoli. aodst on*Agency every ; "'. '' '1 U' ULi4i ,' ;; .
and fanatical ism which 'j - 6 -I .. 5
be'has ; Swt ; .
It.las. .
Kars had m -
Ditret1soverwheIming. The-Russians were near but .not. -M4I Aiu K ALDSX,Fijj1 9fj Prjxnazr .D o 1Ir4.L ,
his reer.M -
': C bO elected over: Adams. ,in the Midi invested, the'place. encountered throughout political menu and lostDMtresa.jp st .sod'1": J1r lbest4inisheegirt.-: : i" 1

son=District both Anti-Know Nothing'Dem: .The news from the Baltic is unimportant ;>Dickinson is now-iithe. '.retirement to iC. CANDID-ATES. .: .. ,B.B.IuJJOV{ Principal-:. uGeal Lej 2 BbhvCiderVmg r; ." : /, ./ ( J :
which he1hen driven by th'e viotencc of -" Kill X.Lmnu Assistant Teacher i iMra io lIbitt. 10 .Rit Oaflee, .".? ft \' .. ;:'.\v,'? .M '
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# : '. authorized -'to DAVID I &Gaurr wad Mr*.K.T. CALDWXU OrnaTbI 13 Bbk '. .
those same:> Abolitippist;agitators who are 'ur .We are announce Bebmled Sivpi' % .s
.Democratis been int.
Houston h
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o.'r.pt1 1Jg Sir WIPj1LIZ3MOICSWOrth ap : meotal. '
the YOUNG candidate for County Commallimet..tthe F.rSsi.bTp: OJBHRt'eV BO WLE3,< '
t.i'lgwith u
uU brokencohortsof
rereleifed hi the'Lawreuc, DUtnct. itbocisLdoi edColoQ f S creiarV-in ihe 'place pf LoHJphnRuBSfU every where Institution now to the Public advan .
easniog election October n ct. presents July' 28,1855. It ,*..' (. ; '.
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NaBvTsm National"Demoi -
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: : ; T : resigned; : hoswliy'to t ..fcracy. -- Uge wbicb few xiuses& A.large and elegantly coo f- : t .-P. .t,, r of' .
The; Know Nothings"have .eJ.cte 1ot.:1.-JWl"s3I "takcn.... ; HpUuU.pp' ,desire,to'Jeav* his iiti:8. 't. re. .:' -o) Y.T atiucMd CoHeg edifice; ODe of the largest chapels in.. I V.1e.'iBY' .
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r.-iStallwordLln the Mobile: District anc .; : ., ment; the occupations of his farm and;his BLOCKER as a candidateist'r.eeedoo t6sb rt ; be'stktk. ;'all necessary outbuilding sod eodosaresjbep I '
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l rPRcrpXLtL fill the h1aibit1ODBut :; to October seat gtififlct fitted op in tbeao *nc vjrte*, f ttewto7j 1.m.U./.. :
Smith'drer Moore in the Tuscaloosa' DistrieiS ._ profession up measure Of of Sheriff ofLeon, :Oountyat the electk.. : 1 vied
nodeV ef Uureacbert and
pIT' -yl.; die uperinteodaoee wflj pgeaJor* Lji vDonio
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.1:ddegstidn of 4e State,. Inrteac '3ffS OauA.Na... .!..: A.ng.7. detraction and misrepresentation continjtf --- Ware- tutbori d to announce J D.W.QWYJQ? ti msalres'wiw"a{ domectw depmrtnjcoander he Court noJ in tiityffba 'l-tw.

.1 fcAJl t"i_ :.t.* fClmf. confidently' -," claimec. Important qewp has just / iT 4ftp Tex- to follow,him; and it ii.tte pl-asing duty ol.. as a oandidaU ,f or elfictToa to the office of Judge oi tbe-ttreful'doeefibo of .laQiea'of experie the urSeptember OI.tOudJ: cloo eQ .,&, 'io',

dun&jeayam&' ; I as.. jThoSan Antpnlp-LwgerJift* ewb his fnends-and ticalj4ithrezs to ward oflsuch' Pr of Lec, -: CImt1-'j'the 'e lectiona Qctobe* ad to an th.Jcilit1eI for a t ep6b:7j ,4JbeVLots c de.eL proptj.
'I Jt1tMg i4 of ao.organuati9n.bf Jhe J Uitarjto oXa! : blows, as malignity and partisan apreheosion : neit. tf trocdco !'hieh'by kqzatitutkq,oguq .j, No. 6Lots .1D4 oi.234tflici:1td. : ..R'
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fiKthe: Legislature are as J'et No. 11.2n hi.m.
will: be **en br nfisrenee to .incomplete, b renoughis- '' 'J- i it aid tbV Mexican oll1tionl oli r 4ietne'yhLCfl tpflie Mebda of Urn.'JAMES T.,JOLGORB, rata both of dad Trddnsri J4ei: bII 1A..1fft 1forf.h. Qonty 54't'u,1516 .

part of the expedition -irive4-At.Lna ,.; ; such men as Pow j U and, ,Dicknson! alJDOUDM'f u'a candidate for Sheriff Leon County found elsewhere, ',&& "UMstbne )! : I. 4Lf4cr1D; (1QeflsoJtt-; !

: ;. : ray "river' ,'July Is;'apd'rnen'.yere: hotoinin shall- o.tarJ 1os 'pght ofthe, true!.principles! ol r at the lection. in. October next.W -I ary r.eu.S'iI wby'fnO.ide7tkEotthp..1. .*,. alf County Qurterl I ttVot.'f'7 .4',1 R> .. .
tbtedJytc.aid in gi t nomberi. 8Y' to crow Republican. Liberty, as to.unite;; wtji such apolitical big daughters to j ; I Northweai'addit"o.bot'ko.' > *. *' i -
-Ve_ both'H MS, ; ,, to ,THOMASH. The above w3I b. tor
faeiaon'as Know ,are :Authorized anooone* -Tb. BeCiID ItmeOt will be i4.t tb.gIreaMdisadiadyaad sold CKf Ta es due fctb
.but btpeiiam&jptity in each *e **. the river.by heS4th. / Kothiugi4rwc HALE as candidate for"Tax Assessor and Col. tioa d. af ..PC&IdFsUwfladii2W1Ui rear J8 l5. .: :JOHJT WltBON..* v* -
<' -1 JH iY late of thTza&-Volunteers,, shall begm-to despair for the prmanencyol Leon the tosuiag electico in Octe- Jnly :8.'185 SO
not .tatain da PP!. ; : JC., T t ;[I.4orcf Conntj- -
.tie iu ed two"ad.dejea institutions. and..the perpetuijr'ofowRe
fJ is the commander had our .fob r next.. Met,I**?* 1 eooYojentdoeets.new'antfeJenDbmtitfe '. .
n.: \l w j.ont\fO. ?P.r!: ; the other pub C"l and a,party,,xf wep wbo-may b er.- ,good_' xperi cIIMrftDtIJ&bIaitrltti .o. r--r-
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Nothbi the matter th: : foribe BlandeHng' their. ood uiirnes1bypaiig :t:1r.J.E.uToa:.Pleue'LnDOinS. I the.lMttba,market. Ac ;t itlMsritb JT1DIRTY'rif* ih 1J IfI'poifieatipo 'of ih
the 1& t1f8X1co lqijJ guilty : .
NER as'a Candtdite" 6r Tax Aeeeswr .
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LECTlO1f.'i'1ia .A.I i 'wfioUsbtoe Vet psranta tfaeipliKwe iope; notice Ibtiroscphine 'G "
1 M DCAlJs'lIl : d sfrte aet 'A
IttsvIE1E r ;arni .eyith'uchacabal in
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t say.itj .b4w w tyc Leon County ElecUoo with Ool i
beremi thrtSMsl .XT J
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far ..r edw* ft1ate.t.b&t'W bMi the establishaaent of;* ftpntyfe) ,-w r4-.the to be) execrated nad hissedfrpra.ihe presence 4" > J MANY, ," I .hat... ilUbd o,bees. Fame A..HemD ,infit--nndirJtt4Weor tweet

+ 14ted. ernor by a maioiitr'o. :( protection of the UAitedS\atearln the latter of all high.mintted and .li norable society : n are aqtBorited to 7'anoeaao OOUHCUL .f: F. X.FORSTER. ODe J.9 fiU' appJj by}pit&osj thflilwJLWiriS

oc sa oi d votes. 'nHr'. aby he derfare hiawish;to's e U e Mexicansgovenu&S ; Bloomtngtptiftt.)1Flag! ( ) ,-.", A.HT BRYAN WE u-'cnaIah for COr1C! of the 0nI.U& :,4-H '.i.f SeereUryff 1i4y.Autt Baker.J 3& jiV O JoBri oil Uw MidslI Crfr"A -

> the : '' 'fi : the election in OrfoiMrTtexl : l1J866. S24Ja) oai' .tAi iell a pest oft %Z.Thew.. ,
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l"j *0 I ., Omirtfottb! (if correc .. .JOrill sufficient.. .r aJpra1iT '# 1 en. Honstpp has written. letter,'Openlyendorsingtijeprinciples JJJ.' W.:Collier:2, -":.';.*!! s in'fluenjial.:citizen. ,. :'. .Ii. K .
Y. t., ., ofthe"'Americanpartj. of Albany;.q.,_recently made.a'iiptfech at*.! Y ti rIed .% IOROWTkiO7'1U4.r5ur K i 9tthiz"ei Isetis-8rth..W-i o4ofsectloos ;N
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tDe he said that he seoc
.the IIt'Coo [- 1 e :::' ; r'd democratic. ii'vhl. '. c'" -' .. .-. klidpictMth.1 ,Q ,ei "J i ,i It, 'J "" : H. AMIS. aqd IYI. D 1=' I" '.11._.' <

,, .;.horrU. (--nrMt. ted in the 2J' .J 7,: teY'.FeTer. .it hail bwn'a- w.tNoth aglW1,.tiL4t hfrhadwjthdr myTe' fnc'iht Tr erWS IioCfef -; 1; tiattzt : .10' at' ...J. 'r t". p t : SM.CI! 1
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f -.B8rOj hV-'":. Cb; South,we..l&thef th fol- ibe .ua !'Isctioo JD OctOWf'.uw.niends"and and fellowxi&will b '. .I''. .i"fORTtnA." 11'.A : .. ,I ji, >* -Ii6MttK. >". LL. I'tiI
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ti' .NaU1itB i lIr1ieSH lowmi fiUJfet'loc ovmoev travelling preach ''snkmnU* iopport: 9 ( !. 4ftt"j\ .pl. to. ,, .- : ,: -" T 1.tbippoaE -".
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AND HEDICIHES.UST J& Isairwbch.hi become :: i ia aI'If, }.T1 Ji 5'-
.""J.ed-t i' affair-of said a grq,penn. 1.1.rl.| or&ma > WATOH-8tojJar .. HJl tna* '
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. from N 'r k tn .u1yr .o! Leigh Read it vbere'U IIrd .t1t.l heaoW&tdaBdnfr wil be rudy'at all tbD.-tIt..*T ryde cripdoo of .t. ,D. .1 1t .
. RBCEIVKO _. '.* 00 and itcbiig.rem6ves: all oataoejooa sd I wk in Doplez.RatentLer-I 1'. .. _I
theslipe
J WedleioevFWDt*, 03*. W"aodUw- No' ta._ :'" etupUoe. a ren- !11rsImav, : : .I'I" RJ' lrw .
.of. Draw. Willis** Marvin .Aidto'r.I' lien the scalp perfectly healthy by reaterito th*.4oretlTeoitaii.tp. 4fJ ylioder a 1D.Od'V 1l3 TTstAea r>retIred ," : .'

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4 -ALO-. other thus, supply .nutriment rod _coloring1 matter.to it. Bystriat attentk tbk7 are : !:NT4Lzz1t'1 F".nco GooW.f..JO-< _
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v Farr Brand: It doe not color the hair, but !I. in Shall 'llU b')6id. : 'rtrg. '
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KX cm. GpbQnI5ID4. ," "I IN pursuance rJ&*f tbalHoo.) Judj-i pf Le Hair.inr oratorand'Tookx. -. abort. a ,perfect.' determined NGoncfoik4lorte bh4tl and go ewq Bsgf.e.i1eIt8montb'i : W'ft a' w AiWQ ii/ S

.Lj el ioooThs'St.j 0r( "" 'aar< % '. 1861.OvwritOmrt hi the catee made. euld..1 OB th do 4tb hereby day qf r kt.February:twtwe, To'the 'young who ,*omnch,adoire the beItiM'lock ere& ti: '.nu'. -ir./ v*, 1Iitd1 'dl =flI.. .S _
., '., and ringl,,bf feel that be wiljbe .
.! ''jftfl OBa.OMtor Oil. Ka J. to all dajms laid of pardoo di if r l .JJ.O.1iALLOO.1March : '
bamg jagalost estate Leigh -
't pooo he.offer the advice t tt Iqr Gooda'CI6rtM ..-.
.' suggested by Joof ti udf and .12 .
.: ,oo; r* .-'_ v ._ ; fit J't .J'.I.rlt .1'-. inpm of. trtiIJet: t'l ..3llr of Udi ...
t i '100'Nwtifcot' of said estate will extend;withia six month from this ; : and :Whi1er'IGoddaJ.rw; Plus Black Drea Frock_atJ.If
i oils for the hair,and keepalwayupon the New Fall .. ll" !
t $00UMM' .. ..*.. ,"Bailed.- date, that a final disposition of tb. same' may be had toilet, botteof the restorative 'fi>r"oeeasiocaluse,' : :';;t tS .. Black .and Oord.Skffl Bwit.d Frock. andS i Ci I-
to and the administrator released from said administra
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fR : Lead and wo can laW predict,thai beoceforth D'VID", 0" : Burineas
No I, White iflTeclecki WThSORTSw.rce1vicg Bat Ift
t6 K. DILl
!. .. .. tion. S S and bald head will, be nuknowu; fonalihocgb tba : :t.-t ''JP f 7. *15;.list!?,
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.'i. & HUGH'AROHKR, Ja, Clrrlc, 'I" I ? ClotiOvrrcoabBTacklXjeeaiBTtota -
Is SIkL rote bloMoin upon, tbe downy cbeek- the darl ltom"ihe :wldli tf
Port may ') -p.
60 end
. Special Matter in Chancery.: 1 .
)f SI. T*Paiot. Feb. ary 24. 1868. ': .: 6m eye be'ever so plereIi ,;and the teeth those 'of pearl .1. and,other,veaMl.bit.alsu1y of'Fall;and' I "' 'ftaei add CoTd Oascaa; ri r. S tt G21:1D1a.JDcIerM.--. .._t.
Paint, atHHftbe batarir fluids be withheld from the hair Winter Gmd U which w rt wleeted bt himself S
.1.' 1000 Ib*. Fir Proof ,I Wt't 'b.eO etJkr .
4 :: 100 BOIM WwvUw Gla**, assorted KM*... A large .GEORGIAMARIETTA. aod in coo quenoc.it become first dead aDd harsh fa New York,and purchased ca"the" most favorable I' Hack FanovVilve and Fancy! Silk' ';Vests' J. 1 oD ,:'UdI""j. :. .VI1tJaJ

i: j d d'ater'ID&ter1&16-Bruahfe. M then grey Or falls off nature.wijl be'robbed of more tern*many of them at reduced prices which w1U l enable $ ,, .
* a L. D. H. AilES. 3lRT ftV TaTUTIED.. than half .Us charnw; aod altbougb it is a *bv reign him to sppply bis customer and all who. may faToor.hisa H. d&cS tic; Cas&mtnt* 'D d h

:: ? 1'1 remedy for those wb,are gray as well M those who with a call, eith'erribr'eain .or approved i M'-rfhitoaIaria5Ue! .,'oJ'* IW.AJ.80. ._ '. _,
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itill aH
bald see the"roprletylef
are making only credit,at thari I .
Jttt: R cciv d.I THE Academic year is divided into' 'wo sessions of sock.an..spp1tiOIotLe Bair-and sotlp aji b oaloo home pi-1ceseertaln1ya1o,1fnotlower in this city.- They In port oooUt of A fino a *ortin tof: Shirt.ObnarsjCrarats; ,Black : ,,knee to.y. Mtka1 _,, '
any Colored KJd and 80k'Gloves, self tte'a IIiI.I1.J.
Wtiu sod 'y
months each the first'commencing aa. tbe Istcd tp it uotb w perfect and state : adjort -. .-- ... ,
preserve healthy
1 I Per !?. R. Pettttfroi* New Orleans : Oth of July, of .. AdocrliterZlSchoolStreet. '
Boots and Shoes and I
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Drugs Perfumery, !
ttoo'atirl IMI*! J'
'J ( RANflES, Lemons. Pine Apple, G n. and the second eommenciogotbe 20th'o( February and ;Fascy, Thtsa4
-l i. Hard waft, Saddlery, mIoi-oi. j
j Hose White and Colored Cambria Hattdkerebkb,all I bev.
Sardine Pick. the 19th of ,
J.llie Prune Pears, ending on July.
_J Currant ,
( : I Borrojr, March 20 '54.Pn Hollow Ware receries. .. Tb misery that I k..IaI'.rtd'IIfJ.r
Peaches PrHenecl.Lemona. The Cadets are divided into four College clstsei. of which are offered to tb*poblfe on reMonabU.term
"i .: f )M OyUrv. Fine' Brandy Apple and Ginger, Green Oaf Marm The Annual Commencement takes place on the Wednesday >t Woo:,Dear Sir-Having become premature- Crockery
4' Orange k3 do, Strawberry before the 20th of.July.AOADEMIO S fv quit 'sray:'I was induced. some weeks since, to Huts and Caps Bagging and Rope, Call and examine.;, that J never rested da .OkL'i
, : r r. & Lemon Syrop. Raspberry baiireatorative. Bonnets and Trimmings Paints,Oil,<&&, tc. f In October last '
and do, Rupberry VIaf1tU mate trial of your I have need less November 4, T8 4. my IN ,
Pin Apple do. Ginger STAFF.Col. ..5 OV
do. !
: ; s Men and Boy's Clothing,
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: Lobster Haddock IMlibnt and than two bottles but the gray hairs have all disappeared flffiS1l ft-.I': ,.
Fre b Salmon. A. V BRUMBY, A. M, Buptrioiendent and October 14,1854. 41 Notice. 1 .
:. Scotch AW and Porter. ; and although my hair has not fully attained wonderful CUM pee.d M y .IBnd .
SbaL Assorted Pickle*, .
.i .;... .: Professor of Mathematics. its original color,yet tbe process of change is gradually Florida Hotel Cl ix: ? MONTHS after.daW, tbe undersigned admin i low Dock and Sauini15i1 r,. V1!
': .' 20,000 Havana Cigar I Capt SAMUEL JONES. U. S. A, Commandant of going on, and I have great hopes that in short time .5. .isrgorofthee.tat..ofa B. ;Bradford,deeeaed *- Uea of ft-nd JMI oW ke C..J'a.

:'.. .., D. JL AMES. Cadets..and Professor Engineering. my hair will be as dark as formerly. 'I have also been i MONTIcEtio' ,.JEFFBBSOIV CptntTr... l late ./Leoa Ootmtr, will:ejfMbit IU' flnilaccoubi to 1 great surmmaaat. .tty.. :
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, May *;; 1865. 21 Mr. V. H. MANGE, Professor of French Histo- much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of i: S-Ofi'ootiee**! the iL 'and 'Touchers't.'the So/J die of'Probate of Lion md I eooljl II '

:.; __ rv, the hair which before was harsh and dry, and it has T'HEunderaigoedgiy' *d the tq pnb In, County;; Jdask 16bedtchnrd. ,. '' ,,. two'1WL' Wl.lbid..ibd.J

., Great Land' Sales. Mr. W.:H. BUNT A.M. Professor of Chemistryand ceased to come out as formerly.Respectfully gl | Monticello, formerly kept by Capt.Hotel New- S ;EDWARD BRADFORD,Adnrinitrttcr bed nearly all bealeoV Jl1101t MCebtttment. .. .

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English Literature.Mr. yours D. C. M. RUFF. April 14,1855. 16 6m. : I here ao* Media .a
the under will be to receive .iaiton hayour" ItMdir..
pcrsuanc of a decree Chancery, .J. B.GOODWIN. Professor of Drawing. prepared byl3th .
IS times and CHICAGO, May 1, '64.-I have used Prof. Woods Norember. The house ia in JztrId e tI101r DMk isilInaTeotAIdeTmlsel.fw I"q
igTMdwill offer for sale;at the place* Capt. W.T. BLACK, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. now thorough repair, Notice rJIt'.I
hereto designated, upward of a million acre'nf land lair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevents and will be so managed as to promote the comfort t- S

I besides lots in the City of Apalacbioola and in the the hair from coming out gives it a gloss and softness gut and boarders. Attached are good stable, IS hereby given that at:the oztral IeII Of tie Oeil- 1.tfloe.ai. .IIi,2f .

$.i S: Town of Newport, Florida the property of the "AP-- Cadet R S. CAMP Assistant Teacher.A. very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have where every attention is paid to borftea Term. u Assembly ef the 8dt* .f [Florida to be, held b- Ibelfevsit 1riIl..It1T: iii IW.

.,$ ,- ALACHIOOLA LAND COMPANY;" T iz: Such CCNNELL,M. D.Surgeon.The entirely disappeared. Others of my family have usedit moderate as at any other Hotel in the country. A at Tallahassee in November next appijeatioo ,wilt be world-Lay asile all the prsjndI .. 4tfl1&

of said land a* tie io the Counties f Leon. Institution is under the direction and management ,and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professesto share of custom i il respectfully' solicited. made to amend the Charter the CIfj'ofApalacLI-' and proclaim it*great worth to ..nnkiad NIl.
: : nnrtioM Wakulla and Gftdsden. will be offered in Tallahassee of a Board of Trustees in conjunction with aBoard be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Avenue. 0. BLESS. cola. RFNODEBE: ,) entthbtad1tforftwmaith''J ;:

.4 m the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER next; of Visitois appointed by the Governor of the _Monticello. October 28, 1 854. ly 43 H. BTAYLQK,. }) Cammititt. Mr ea. Is well.lom' h.. W-..

,4- lie io Franklin Coontv win be State. mor.WOOD'S ORIENTAL BKurrrE incnrorr. 8. BENJBZET.ApnTaehfecla. ,3 Camroa xTeorgut and Akkata:. if ttf :

.. ..,. offered sad that at part Apalachicola which on, the FIRST MONDAY IN By an act of the Legislature of this State the Institute This Liniment is. valuable\ auxiliary to the treatment AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO.' April !32j IMS.. 17 doubt the abeve tun.T JoriU tfteao! to;eafl OB i -

m '. JANUARY.lgifl. These land*Eeon the Gulf Coast, has received from the General Government 140 of'some of tbe most formidable disease with THE undersigned, Agent.f the above' Company:' will show them-tieaeari.. I 1 1 ftit'i t.
t. Cadet Muskets and aoooutrementa. and a field Battery Leon !:
: Hirer which it is lot contend Copatj Iron Works, DOOM Co, Alabama,one ttotA 5Ldi1YF1PF.T;
extend from the St.Mark to tfw! Apalachicola our to ; for instance: iuflama- reeeire applications for and make insurance -S
and
:, : t &.vl include the Island on said coast consisting- .of/our.. six.. pounder Brass pieces two don of the lungs and bowel By a thorough and con- against loss by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings TALLAHASSEE.'FLORIDA !.' RD'DAJr-1ItrG6o !
' -- third cash the renmnxler twelve pounder uowluen.The : tinned application of this Liniment the of furniture Merchandize etc :'J1IeTeDO''Doek and Sarjisi f
n.-tnn. will be on:> and tbe Commandant over regions oa AH i
graduates
are
., and two with interest Superintendent the affected the otherwise formidable diseases January 29. 1863. TBISEsUbUsbmeatknmla&ncfera dapted for female of i !
i ? :: in eqiul raUlments. of onr years, of West Point. and as both of them have had organ 4 D. C. LEWIS. r---and i 01 meDttnza1 iI'iEi; I
,. ..1- from day of aaJa. long experience as Officers and Teachers, the public are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors all work done with o neatness and dispatch.An irTegty
: For.proper!) purchased these Sales, tbe scrip ofths be assured that thegovernment, discipline and particularly among children and thousands of mothers DR. LEWIS, kind of work,'*och as Steam Work,Mill Work, ion to thaW sTb*ptopristoir !

: ApalacbicoU Land Company, owned by Stoek. coa-sw may studies uf the Institution will be strictly en were they allowed to speak, would with all the RESIDENT DENTIST Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill::tfrcd .Saw'Maehiperv, a great lno'6'ol"'pI.'-
fctoed thdibov .. ; .
1bo1dera: nr their assignees will be received in payment forced. eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united TALLAHASSEE,FLA. Shafting Pujlev, W aigeza, 1lcugbOutings. Bras 'W.:...<
flictai.that 4 tottJ,
to the fact that it has snatched their children orhra of JJr/GrrsoitW BatrNt '
testimony
valne.I :
t atiUretatrre TERMS. Castings, tc.; also, Sugar Kettle, of any size kept
.
) BEARDB.eeier&n.c. from the jaws of death and restored themto '----- TS now inserting Artificial Teeth OD the of YelJpw Dockaad 8aru parilla,wjaal0. *?* rcaa1.
O, JOHN Tuition Board; Washing, Fuel Lights, MUMO and very ___ JL new and improved with constantly on hand.. AD work done fa such eatabUihment Chose difficultia*and renew the uaursr.4se >
tf-28 their former health and principle : 1
it will be t
, r -:J JoTv.> The 14,Florida 1865 Sentinel Waknlla Times:and the months all other, in.'ooot.iDgeot advance, $112 expenses 50. per session, of five found a powerful auxiliary in beauty.removing Again what is generally ::'i.urT... 7,continuous gum. from. one-side-to the- the strength will'be and done duiablitv by tm'witb.) of the particular work.C9npe'tent .* regard;:to' dr'Put op mqoart b0ttleaPre !.| r bb I*.,
otner, wnnout seam or crack for the Sold Wholetal aad'RetWh-
no '
tillS leaving place
Commercial Advertiser will pubKsb known as an Ague Cake of :
Apalscbiedla or an enlargement
. I J Workmen ia readiness --- -
notjeJtodiecontinue. Surgeons fee per annum, f 5,00 the spleen.indeed in all cafes where the external l odgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly alway- to pot ap I SCOYIL 4 MEAD. Ill CRAfl1 ;ftv'NM' I

.: j Persons desiring further information, car*obtain a is of service this Liniment will be found application life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, Engines.44. r'aJ.If; I General Ageota tat tbe fipotbtn &tt; :
Ttrms'U be liberal daD
usefuL
, t.J Guns Nails copy of the Regulations by addressing Superintendent -, eo as to defy detection. He will attend, to all calls lk.4coe'iirictJ, for an order must be.adJress.d.5.. '. l
Hardware Cutlery cash order business firm in ibis jio''l; r" .5. .1 :
or member of the Board Trustees.. ; in Middle or accepted on some '
S any : Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full :ar,Far sail at i1 th pru St. 1IAIW.audit :
f I Q) Shovels, &c. ANDREW J.jHANSELL Seo'y. I TROF. 'WOOD'S VEGETABLE MAGIL tltt: PILLS. Jetts can obtain all necessary information by Tetter place. Liberal price paid "(ovoid Iron;Copper and oni'jtistieyki: 'tryToJt th.&b&:.: 1

.1 S, rpHE Subscribers i invite the attention of Merchants Marietta, Ga.Uay 19. 185'203m BLIBSVIELD.May30'U. Prof. O.J. WOOD:-Dear He will warrant, in every instance, satisfaction, and Brass.'S All letter must be addressed ''f') -. Fkr aatfU.186f,1s', ::- :.. '.' j

S" t -I _L visiting New York, to their stock of goods em Goods. Sir:- As we have used and seen used for a number prices to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when called M. (post paid t Fla. S 55' S 3, ,_ L ... \
J. SHINE
:t in the above line. particularly Spring ofyear., Veritable Magic life Pills, .TallabacBee, Andrew S.Garr ttal ..I.ece
S \ .t adapted to the Southern trade, which they are THE Subscribers are receiving per Gamble." to recommend them to tbe public as superiorto 24, 1854. 25 11.18H ,w .. yU, ifjj .. eert.

" S 1 epared to tell at low prices for Cash or approved : and other recent arrivals, a complete all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor 'P .B. BdOKA W'S.LIVltij' L.wisOuejil1 '3' TtI :i
p. : tredit STOW &SMART, I assortment of Goods suited to the Spriug and bum wLich the/ are recommended: For Sale. ; appearing to the," '.I1da S.C Aab*

I S 128 Pearl St.and 9* Water St, New York. mer season,consisting ia part of B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis B. D. Al'bro, P. Jacobs FOUR small Farms in TVakulla County, containing QJ 1T tiill IT ,that Jhffelldwrognamea d4endsnt 1' ..'

4 a Jane SS, 1S5.I .25-6m S Hats. Orin Buzzel, Spencer Sussell, Edward Oilber. John 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and above caw resid*out dfHke Stat 'of FIorid Va4 eat

;: t Fine Palm Leaf,Canada French,and English Straw, AlbnvLucien 11. Sweet Elias, R. Sweet John Hucn- out houses on the same. Enquire at this office. f ALL4HAEEFLORIDA., 'p of the Middl CircuitpfjFloriJaandrID, ;fberrfao

: t luLeoui,Circuit Court. In Chan- Planters Black Leghorn 6uper. Panama, Misses and raft, Nathaniel Gilmorc James H.Pine Wm. Johnson, October 14-, 1864. 41 .. 1 hereinafter designated, vix: Ricia d H.0gd.b7jTbelT

:" .5 i eery.. Bill for Divorce. Ladies Bloomers,trimmed and untrimmed. Johnson Williams,G. Lawson C. Farrar, D. Landers. I THE Proprietor would iaX Anderson,and StepbtoCaaibrslenf.whe; todde-h He'
Paolo WOOD:-Dear Sir:Having used, and experienced Blacksmithlng.A I ft" his friends and the JuSl\. State of New Tork; Charles Black:who rUce >tb*
t Sarah Jan.Tric*, Oompt J I that b ha rebuilt Lu'I2i.
Clothing- public
5' -
the effects of Life State of Lo'uUuins. CharlotU"t'
i V 1 your Vegetable Magic TTACHED to my Livery Atii ; G td *, G orf t'/T
5'5. i. WiUiam.T. Vt. Dt.fJL ) SacKs Frocks Paletot. .and Pants of Drap d'Ete, Pills in my family, I will say that as a family med. : Stable is a Blacksmith Shop J largo Brick Stables, at, the old .stand and is now' Gedde*. Eric'William 'LeBe Mary MirjMrtt J..I1.

Price! Alpacca, Queen's Cloth; Caasimere. Planter's Linen icine, they cannot be valued too highly. I have used in which all kind of work prepared to accommodate his friends and customer Charlotte ,Gumming .Leslie. Eleanor findbor-Lssik

(; TT&PP&r1X.t to the s&UtfacUon of the Court that (LeJL Grass and Brown Linen, Marseilles, Doe Skin,Cotton- them in several bilious attacks and infla mat ions, andI to that business is done in good appertaining style, at short He also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith Janet Leslie or Dunbar,.Mary.. L.sli..or cians' ,'
abov* named defendant, William T, Price reeiJesout ade Ac. SLirU Undershirts will that their virtues be Shop. where he will have have dene all kfadg of Helen Leslie Brown. : -
b Also vests, ,Ties,Cravats say cannot too highly appreciated notice and on as reasonable terms as. at any other or Margaret .1JarII
.l of the StAte of Florida: It it ordered that a hearing Plantation work Horse shoeing,and Carriage work fa
for in have William
triumphed
e. & dc. every case they speedily I. hop in the city/Farming implements such as Turn Le.lielmt.ebp-u. Cunsoig1be b_
11 of Ihs facts charged in said bill of complaint be disease and hence the very boat manner and with promptness add dis Margaret St Clair Black who 'reiJ.
; Shoes and Boots.A over I feel in duty bound MoughB", Scooters, Hods devices. Heel Pins, Tap is B8roPe. ud
had 00' the first Monday October. 1855; ProriJed to recommend them to all. They operate perfectly Rings sod Iron Wedges, kept ready made and constantly patch. X Walker Anderson who reside fa the W t.rathqiit

,1. that a oopy of this order be published in some newspaper complete' assortment Together with fresh eup.1 easy, producing no uneasy sensation, yet their opera- on band. This will afford farmers an opportunity November 5. 185S. 44'Wines of Florida S

S- $ printed Tall&hassea fo the f pace of three plies of Provisions, Groceries. Dry Goods, HanJ tion is thorough; end I am oatisfied! } tbat nothing more to supply themselves without being delayed.P. 5- Syrups &e. t' It i* ordered that said defendants do.'welad

4-, i: months before the day appointed for said hearing. Wood-ware, and notions of all sorts. Which e offer in most cases, is necessary U" in these valuable pills, ..D. BROKAW. answer the bill of complaint filed fa t&ie same that is

S j CuJMffEKJt: J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge for sale on usual terms, and to the inspecUou of whichwe to perform a speedy and triumphant cure.Respectfully January 131855. t OLD Otard Brandy, WorcMtenhlre &uoe.I to say the said above med deiisodaofta t, wke.r.d.out .

Jane 30.1855. 3rn-Q respectfully invite our very good friend and patron Yours tc, I Port, Fresh Lobster, oftbi State but in the United 8Uf*,wrUJb foet

. S.S fI toe Public. J. B. SANGER.O. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT Madeira, "S Shad months from the puUicati of ,this terderfthdi-!

I Administrator's Notice. McNAUOAT i ORMOND. J. WOOD 4 CO, NEWPORT. Sbf'rJ1. H Clam, feodsnU above named who-reside fa iarope .wf6ia

; S ., A LL persons having demande aeainrt the estate of Newport March 17,1865 11 Proprietors 695 Broadway, New York. London Porter.U HalBbut. Dine months from the publkatfca .f tU*. c.dr,4
'
S
S l'L A William P. Lttrkns, late of Gad en County,deceised 114 Market Street, St Louis.D. r HE undersigned still carries on tbe above business Scotch'Ale Sardioea,; the defendant who rtskJefi ,lathe TTrstira,,C inidl

.f will take notice that they must present them In Chancery.In H. Ames Agent Tallahassee, Fla. 1. in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for Brandy Peaches- Tovmtoe Ketchup within two months; provided that' puWicatJbo'bf
authenticated within the time lespatcbiog wagons. D. LADD. Brandy Cherries, ,Walnut order be mad
t to the undersigned duly February 10, 1855. 6 once a weeFSJrthe tuna above EatUd
.1' jrescibed bylaw, or this notice will be plead in bart tie Circuit Court oftfa Middlt Circuit of Flor Newport.. September 2, 1854. 35 Gnavn Jelly Spices. for the appearance of:t&e">oVfcfidaats.above aanni

,;S X,. of their recovery; and all persons indebted to said es ida. In Leon County. JOHN W. EVANS, MILES K&.SH & CO. Currant do. Pi k1ee.PrtItened 'who reside fa the Un .'_.8llMJ'w

.- .A late are hereby notified to make immeduit rovmentti Andrew S. Garr, et alii, Quinces Raspberry Syrup. the period above limited for tbe appearaaee ef the

5,i the nndewiged. THOMAS H.SCOTT, r*. } ATTORNEY AT LAW, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. M Pears Strawberry ." defendant above named who reside u Europe" I i
Lewis Curtis dt Nathaniel Tbnrston,el 1H.J. BAINBRIDGE, GEO Ginger Lemon '
August, 1855. Sl-8w Administrator.Fifty inform their friends and the that Cnuixxxxa. : ,_ : 0.1 !
public
..t WHEREAS, on the 31st day March last in an WILL give prompt attention to all business en WOULD Land assortment of such Sparkling Gelatine, Ginger J. !.BAX ,J.da. !

.. \ Dollars Reward. r Decree rendered in this cause by to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, articles on a good in their line of business, flavoring Pnle Apple March" 10. 185$. 4m, 1;;* NiJT.i ,..10 ,
the Hon. J. Wayles Baker, Judge of the Court aforesaid Decatur, Baker, Daugberty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. as are generally kept SpanwbOUves, Salad Oil : I
;: ANAWAY from the Subscriber on the 28th ofJLii aDd will be fresh' Their
it was among other things ordered as follows: February 17, 1861. 7 tf receiving regularly supplies. English Mustard, Caper, SNUFF IIIB.T8.AOCe.: ..
? April last, named EDMUND I shall be reasonable. .
.5. a
negro .man. terms
And it is further ordered and decreed, that all Claret. Sparkling Cider -I- "
1 about 28 old five feet nine or ten inches high, Tallahassee flth 186314.. "
years LONG & GALBRAITH I April ,
S persons having claims, debts or demands, again the Tobacco. Old Port Juice, PETEtI"LOIULURP.\,1' ..f
weighs about 180 Ibs, Coffee colored has a pleasant j ;

; ,: countenance and has a scar on one'of bit .shoulders! said lands Apalachicola known as Forbe's Land Company Purchase, or or to any or portion upon the of !' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, November Havana li Segars| 1855, S 46 D. R. AMES. I Ho.4: .,.CHATHAM STTLeyCyMZ(

: v:f. aid to have been caused by the lash. Said Negro LONG A J. B. GALBRAITH have associ- OUCCESSORS of Pxrxa e\ Oze..v-vwf
the said lands,do present the same with the evidences ,.For Sale by. P. E. Brokaw. .
S ,: ':1 was purchased io November hut of Dr.Joseph Ewing. thereof to Hugh Archer Jr., Eeq. one of the Mastersof themselves in the practice of Law. They received' ,. Notice. O?oflera for aal.eJ"kx14 flQl uii=...
4 c..f'. of Montgomery County N. C. It is probable be will will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme THE Subscriber hp just a COS in us .
J'or.tLo.aN.
this Court at his office in the City of Tallahassee of eop of TUNNO,;PINCKNKY 4 = I
to make his back to N. C. I will : large supply Carriages. THE
attempt give a .eubee bys
way Courts and the District Courts of the United ..
on or before tbe first day of October next and that and Harness which be offers .having been dissolved the subscriber. will. aorv* -
reward of 25 dollars for and 'ZLBuggies, ,
apprehension
;.i 9 delivery the said Master take proof of and ascertain and report I States at Tallahassee continue the ishmcnt ia'one of he'ddeat tbekJDd! Ja1Statea V"
to me, or bis safe confinement in any jail so that I can Office the Court House. for sale on the most reasonable terms. ;
S l the and amount of each and opposite .1
him I will further reward of 25 dollars upon validity every November 18, 1854. 40 FACTORAGE COMMISSION BUSINESS '
again. give a
: October 28 1854. Feb. 1 186. T
r of such claims, debts and demands. And that the ly -IyNeWG'OOiJ. .
.
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4 :;t for proof sufficient to convict aBl,white person of harboring said Master do summon before him such of the said Dressed Lumber. I oo hi* own account. 'R. .Q. PINCKNEY., S

concealing b ID. Any information peeling claimants or creditors or their agents, as he shall ascertain MITCHELL & STEWART, Office Noara COMMK&CUL Waiar.REFERENCES. : ., ,
said received. C. PEACOCK. AND dressed Flooring and Ceiling I. ;.
I boy thankfully be informed within this State and 1 fl 0'THOUS -0---- HAVE jut received ny Tsl ut4 VM
or give
: '.1; _}1adisooCo., June 16th. 1855. 24-tf notice by advertisement to be published in two newspapers ATTORNEYS AT LAW. dressed Lumber make tho Bay,smoothest a fine article.work Machine by far, II auPplyofCfcba4Cmeiiaxrea1Tffl 4a, ,

S published in this State and in one published in JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, aad is really than piling by,hand even if to Inusa &WED, Jomw Fcuxa it Co. every CoIorItJet La*- I
t. cheaper
; ; Forty Dollars Reward. **
: ; i the City of New York;Co all claimants>-creditors .Ia'allthe D.LADD GouaoiN, MATTHizsaxii & Co. prepared to ,
practice Courts of the Middle utul 40 50 miles.
..
:{ E ANA WAY from the Subscriber, on the 24th instant to produce their demands and be examined' touching WILL in Columbia and Alachua in the Eastern New Port or June 9,1855. 2S-tf Charleatotk September ?, 1814.14 tfCopartnership thort S putice and reasonable Una 5

S :: two Negro Men named SAM and ISAAC. tbe same. And that any person or'person*'sy- Circuit, and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. -ALSOS '

I4 Sam i* a dark mulatto, about six feet three or four petting before him on suck reference shall be at liberty Ma-cb24, 1855. tf 12 COTTON PLANTER'S' ,Notice. A LARQX, AND. WELL. ZLTZP. ITOCI.READYrMADE ... Or,

-:. Sj. }, facbe high, strong,built aod about twenty-four year to contest the claim or demands of any other per. undersigned have this day entered into a coUNDt& CIIOTH1NOc001r.ti ;
: .t. old. Isaace is a low, fleshy boy complexion black son or persons ; and that all such creditor or claimant ar 1.1 e"TALLAHASSBB THE m the ar awi eer

.;- : and about tweoty.Jtbt years old.I aa shall not come in aod prove their demands, by A. PERRY AMAKER, o
r. will give FORTY DOLLARS reward for the apprehension the time above limited or such further time as the f FlORID I }WHOLE ALE'AND RETAIL. ucla M_Cloaks,:Talma Coat*...Teat, Pab. .
ATTOaltBY which fl1 .'
AT be
:c d,1 and confinement of both in any Jail so that said Master shall allow for that purpose, shall be excluded LAW S 0. Da.V S dirJorfrfatk>wjiceAlo

t 1 can get then); or I will give Twenty-five Dollars for from the benefit of the decree to b.made in the TALLAHASSEE FLA. To COTTON PLAKTGU and others ofthit and the adjoining ) TSB'Jrln'Al'm STYUE OF ,fc large lotef Plaia and Janey-Bhirta;Oohi ,

S the apprehension and safe confinement of either of cause; but such persons not parties to the cause, who May 21, 853. 20 : Counties Flol id end Georgia; U ..1t"'Pl lv-V

l them. BEN. C. BURO&sS.Ceotnvme shall oome ia before tb* said Master to prove their -5--- the undersigned subscribers return to. IBARNARd ,&.MAX L.I .a.l4&' rile .
S -you b1F. Wall the aWvrview
Leon Co. FU June SO 1865. 26. demand before admitted to do HOLLAND WE [ own loterevU ;me "calL
; : are being so, to-sign D. P. most grate/ul thanks for,the very liberal wM.a
i"t"iIEY .wiH be pleased .to' see their tictli brn5besu'es1.cted with pmt caje. .
and deliver to the said Master .
*i a stipulation to contribute ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, patronage which baa been bestowed upon us, through ''- rrielXra and patrop at the old stand ,pedal to tliii tJii '' f' t u. ..
RailRoad Notice.By ,and pay to the eomplabanta their proportion of Florida your ,kindness since we have ''been engaged in ta* I ; :.) '. f JOB PUTO& S

; orJer of ti. President and Director of the the expenses of the suit the amount se to be paid, to Qcincy, Cotton Storage, Weighing Selling Business io-thia I 'ner*fEBarnardJr.tIgncftheLartarece-ctMoezoe aDd Clinton 1 I" .ocecb.r.31,3$5d.: u .

; I Feosacola L Georgia Rail Road Conpanc,'the be settled by the aid Master according"to the amountof WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir city, and we again offer our services the DfrM&eon ; keep ft luU and gtueral **ortm elaims. ated.
Stockholders of said Company are hereby notified to their respective as pres and Jackson and Franklui Counties. at our old stand, and hop that our duty fa the their fine of. boiln ;and. aoTklt DBrGQoI1'DftT1Ot '
appertaiaiof to. *** )
:- 'd pay'in one per cent of their Stock to the undersigned Now therefore, in pursuance of said decree,notice i ia October, 1852. 4t tf performance of your business''heretofore baa been so the oftbeirfrUtxUaodtbVp bfie. s

':; acting Secretary ef said Company at his office ia the hereby given to all persons having chums debt. or .5- discharged as to secure your patronage and influence pstccags 'Eo TS A BWT( iT' 7 BET'. 1rJl1TU1R..rt ..w
c the
,. 4 Court Bouse in Tallahassee. demands against Apalaebicola"Land Company or WILLIAM SCOTT, in the future., Very Respectfully, G. TROUP.MAXWiLL. '.c-nl:..e .
the Land< known Forbe's .
D. W.WYNN,Secretary Pro Tern. to or upon a* Purcbase'situate B800ME & HEIR. I to Fall and WIaer ,
: in the counties cH'nokbo Gadsdeo Leoo, and 1i 3Tcy, [ AT LAW, S P.buar1(4.)135L( ) .1". 5It Hoe.Tis : : ;

Jnnel6tb,1855. 24-8 w : WakBlla in the State of Florida to present the same MONTICELLO, FLA. September3O,1864. 89 ,,, S Black n1Jiii; .

with the evidence. thereof to the andersigned one of July SO, 1863. 80 tljan t .MCC5t13&8Gft31.: S rtlf 1'nDoh Owm..rril1-.

7i f4 A..L.FISHER, tb* Masters of said Court at bis office in the city of Bounty Land Warrants, I OI-&btM GIDI XS1IS'. 'Warranted; : -

1, ATTORNEY-ATLAW. Tallahassee oo or before the first day of October nest, Notice. BOUGHT at tbe fugketi, price, and procured '.11 25. 'TarM._lIS c M _-fr. ,. .' Pl -. S'
otherwise they will be barred of all benefit under the months after date the of N who have not been able to establish :' '.',J BUID D p:1 .IAeePmnt 'OI "J ,

;I ; T.ur..UU.IIU, FLA. Decree rendered or to rendered in uld cause. SIX the estate of Miles Potter undersigned, deceased executor late of 111 their eUims. If any ban received a less amount 11 Bi;'Marks.May1L. 1855. 1-3a Jlae1... ,. .1os.IA: '

; ; TrILL practice in the Courts of ti* Middle DisV HUGH ARCHER JK. Washington County,will present bis final account and ban they were untitled to. lee CM know I it? Havictf: 1 S S 'iEaiii.S; = oJ S .!S.
.
S cl 'P T incf and ia Thorns Ownty, Ga. Matter Chancery. vouchers and ask to be discharged from the same. had fouiteen yean experience in the prosecution aua .d" iiS" < '
py Office in the Ctol, story, immediately. May 2. 1865. 21-17w.: 8HARPLESS EVANS. Ex'r. settling of Government claims,I understand folly the I. KEOS c haod, aoid foe *al low'by _

1 oter tb.room of the Clerk of the Supreme Court 1ST Tb -Wakulla.Timea Florida,,and Journal of February- 8, 1855 6-6m waj ana means of getting through the various Departments 100 HBIBA11U8T.. Ti .BOes,' .
July! II. 1866. -ly Commerce NrY,' wffl'paWkh'weekly until Itt day of at Washington :II bavs in my ,p Goo S -A'M..t1t't: &. 11" ,' L3tsshP8. ;}. Ik." '5Prmt.d

b % October and send aocooaU to this Office. record evidence,of tas Florida, 87;Alabam UO S ,, 1 V.1t. 'W ".a JII', '

: r For Sale. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &e. Georgia betides South Carolina and Tennesw."Muster Bides Wanted.S. 'S l

,: Plantation for Sale, 10Q'BOXES.windcnr' Glass, assorted sise*. 100 toll.of persona engaged ia u. Florida War JItsaye yon ]DRYca.aal&R'c SlaG otter a rpnc.wllmoeI1007 u,7. '".S '. a'
offer tar sat bit Dwel 5 "
; f: S undersigned subscriber offer (.r sale hi. plantation lying j ,pure extra A No. 1. any Quarter MUter Penaloo.br Bounty Land 50QQr i j JlltJ _, .\. 4 ,( '. .t. SNIfrJ'laaJ"
Ungflous.atd&Oacre.ofIsnd.othofS THE Fla Taf- .8 barrels Linseed Oil Claim*, Call. No charg ill obtain BO .. D.O .! I. I r. .
Tallahassee the Belle Air Road,' The Jefferson County, 22 i mile j east of *. roooay .
on '
,
5 ,Lard Oil. -o. tBLOOD." {( 11. nr'r"l
lahaaeer on the base JiM, and in the vicinity of Waukeeoab. tober'14.18S4 'It.v.'t \ -J J JL
5 Y six large room well finished;or the prem- 'Tbe Plantation"contains ain hundred 20 Ken Zinc Paint, I N. B. Parsons with fntaettlad bdatwa with himself . "- "W B4I (1I1t1"'H.s __
1 taos U substantial ,out )Kitchen and good water.- 20 package Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and bbU.) I A. Richardson ioviudla.eall without dlay at : \ 1' S t. .A
.
of. or
.p. win b 'offered raanoableUrma aere of land,more tbanrhalf "hkb U uodef,culti are .. r .,. ,). ,
Th property on very ration and nearly all"tinder.t Me. There lion the 2 Carrels Train Oi%1 bbL Copal Varnish my. oRo! (over M. Buttoa WhitakarV. Store,) I OA. : lJ '
.; b of the tnstdisirsble location in
; Tbia '
one *
$ j > place a .comfortable tail:roomy framed Dwelling Spirits.Turpentine, b barrel and at retail DTalUhaasee, &. < :A._.
; fl'' Leon County. For term D.H.apply-to the' firm Store.of White House. Gin House Screw, Stables Bam and all other -, J).-H; AMES. 'J3f-: .BOUNTY',. LAKM Act of March 8,'185Antswho j.1.S OdUKt; i t.' .tr.'it IJiI1Iiv.
Slower next door to Drug with : &November: 1"4. 45 >d' 4 S .j 55n' .. :L .
out
necessary buildings quarter for forty or : prepare ..
THOMAS WHITE.JU. 'Q" .
E .." _. ._ .
4 fifty negro**. Any person desirous of purchasing tbeproperty jtIJT -i f- L 5- 5 -5 only Wror increase::and ft fcr new CU4llI ocr ft, or L3 Wtat..w..oa l .4114'ti1io.3. 9 .. tL'tl uee.f' .

tZf l ) 1 will-pleaKall tad etarain*the premisei Administrator's Notice.1: .' far riqr. their Warrants. ,forma aod fiaooroaoabiuxl _,It 1 ii : m.. & ..'
"S- and can learn th*term* of tale by'application to the _' V '" = ,-t :Z _
; .
.?"ICE!. jQi14 m Dt1.after date,the wbucriWr, lata Sheriff -' lj } l.boslnsss _
SIX fi .jWtml '
Put .
0/H..BLOOD. TAIUKUSW. -
r' tI1IJ'IS'
subscriber oo the Possession will be given to / as '
Leoa and.JEx ffici .
Ueali.Cooi loe. County Admjai tratof of -' Eb EVANS'&OO.\W.w.' Wn. ..*. ; b-J BAli : .Jt .
A 6pect
c 3" the panhae : soon M lbs prissntcrqpi. gathered. the .*tato of J nn.tU Pattenoo late o{Leoa County, \.1L lh Ct IV ) .Ut q ;. .et'
f r\ iiwf v MAirrtiarWiW. deceased will exhibit hIs accounts and voucher be March tt;1889. / ;U '> en t 4"M _,0" .
A'k orf : ti J. .8'
.* i w '
______ the Uno. Judge of Probate of laid Oouaty and apply -- .
'1"-"t 1 ; u-tr. 't v jt i icrr T<- *r- *' < *gJrMost4pprocedC.rn ** final ,from the ri t.t .L J ,.". ,_' .. .t .4i1 W"8Dd.a__ > .
bra .
aHmimstratioo. 8 A.
; ,"w . Wl 'disofaarge f.. ::IoLt .H' ,
1IJ '
> : : J **. ***.
.
.. S : tatat -( ALIREDATISHKR.May X A BBLS.ia fine ordr,landing frcbrf. $ .Leocs' ; ., f t', j jT pi BMt'
<
':!t t .1totL_ a, ::. 'f 1. AO* 'V "vuA_man& LANIER. OORN ,' .6th, 1888.- .18 *, ./ DU- aDd for S S aala b, 4.S. -i .o.1j5 .t tti( I SJ .** 1_f biije gi.fflj.May Sffis ."'"T : .
i ; : JIJ S v AUO'HT? AOBMONIX : t. Apjy3aw1lin
1UU -
fbtKUiyitfaVSobs Kc
MILLS ber.
TheM WMI
BiB.eoNOTICE
S' ---.Dr.p--. oUDOEOUU: MQls bar bq lot aom* urns io n**,tbepugh) thta t*- Notice. lewp' '.,: ;-';, ;' It, : ; .-:&.. let t tm ,'* ..' Ji'l

U J reby rirep t & *J cf Dir gioo! and bwer pin oC'Oeorjla'aDd ft.'perfect aitufaetMO. month after daU.the njjdtrvgosd.admidstraol .- .I .. It..u j .. : ; : ,.. ,, .-. .
ti*ftoueoia tad CfewtkR.( B.Oo.lyre rlooiBfl.wiUi '. 40 bosbeli aa4 h SIX I 1jr ? crt:8a .. '
tM | rU : M : the estate. Jonathan Ol; Pad- fWl tj& -'., fi-r !
ord *d'aa' diWot l bttalmtot tfo r. preea oo IB the day, with l* *than the ordinary gin'power ap rick, deceased late i of Leon Coowy,will xhibU his 1S'A 8 ACKB ootTM and fiaa Ky WHfekh; .' :: .. _.. 'D''I'' .j! .. .tl. h ,} ,
the capital atoejuif aald Obmpsay.t bpaicloa or be- plied to ft.: The maker furnishe a baaa to pat it up; anal aoeount and voucher to the Judge of Probate of 100s.cku1A.pooISaIt i laMa al'JDDlaW kaaJd sat of,1

"the Irtday-of October not. By order *f the and every OM warranted to give perfect aatiifactioa Leon County, and ask to be discbargtd. Landing and for sale! by W na"S, W'.A.nD UUJt ,eiic Dr.M.1Aik7

S > D.W.WYNIT., Sec. pro tern. Gall ADd GamIat them at D. LADP'S. I IH. T. BLOCKER, Adm r d* boou too MclTAUOHT & OBMOKD. to-Im J'W,. 'J Ist .

July 21,1665; 2P. April 2l, 185. 16 July 21 J, 116ft: 29-fla Dee. 28, UU: $.71IiW It 1119.; to


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