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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00453
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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 the President:,pf the: United Stat, Of A,. .In testioippy hthofLbsye. hereunto set which;teing nifn'whed.by jthe .competent wthorUy annoyedinaoy manner,', onv accourttpf theireligioust.elieJ ir: ican citizen, in.leaving,a parhr- w\ellL'l. j can rDe to D

-:4 IT .;; ;- \ : -tneocft. :hand and,caused the seMi} J'of.the .UnitedState8"lprbe with.a regular! : j ssport. sea-letter; / ?r.ln'[ th 'proper :'axerefse.otheir "n0;JopgCT::ratiiri b'ri Jhe pnndples-pf.. en.Jackor&'B wa'ibc .. .. Pg
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.: 'I' 'I t -, Done at the. city Washington', 'this ninth pf. either .lJ. the two. ,govrnmentsbei'e'ThizedkUyand houses; w (ii thejr'ow's? 'chura'or ''CHayeis, sustains j4o.bt8veE" aa firmly/" Pbo-. ..". .' C "or
.-... f' "' : : ;'; of' In.the our ,bonafide ',as natipna which theymaintain fha&nDfl ljberfylobqfld.and r-m .' ,& n- Jhec"ol: fb ; : )
: ereas 1.t y"j"bttween 8 Unit 4 i -day April: yearof ? I : : .:1t'! '. 'J ," Ii
J"SfttVt W tnerici a6d lie Argentine# Cobfedj:, .J ordtone thousand 'eight hundred vei.hbatcou.ntry; .'to" .which they respee! ,jn CQnwnient .itnaticnA' ta. hTp- '' GpXerIlneLAnti 00' .i

:i 'Brsti&JwatfTeooohidtd and csigned by, &eiirepdhVi .. [L.'s.I 'pd fi//%..fire, and. ,of the jndeperes Livelv.!.t,.bloan-,,.A.., t proved by the,Iqcal! government,' .Innr.' becns1ielias1efttiat ijhi1 sdered 4i TW,. .' :

Pleuipot l ti" ,Tat.,Sin Jose def6res I j' .- ." Hence.' ...ol.. tJi,_ -U'i., ed Statps. the., It se'-. ,:. I .. 'AKTICLE VII_. (. ing In'no way with, bat respectrngi'tlie'reli.." ;and''traduced In1 tnmeareproaobJ 'Pf w. Lt''olt'v.1" : "
:: .tenth day p'f Jaly, eighteen4randredaudfifty"three ; I 'enty'mnLl" 1-- 'I, JC/J.; "'j' 'r." 1/"t merchants, :commanders of .chips,-aD4 .gion. snd ettItom8. r/ the coahfryr in1 which 'I wy 5her a'ndl" w : t.if 1rMoord6r 1\IIr.1ttM C4IP..ai -
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: ,*a which i treaty, ; being,; : ., :-.I' j FNKL1NPfERCE. p tliers,.,ciluena? pf the United States, aba they1 reside. .' !bet1f shall also be granted t othcit&n jts4edbataj1-y4t; ; bate {,'bi na.i fm M = ;
; : V -, *. bu1tJtberty[ ,:.. all the territories of th, .. | ii'ojr > tea him' m t' ali f. 11 '
'the :tnd Spanish! !languages; it,, By the Pr/esidentr/ v ,1. I. rn ;; ;ojjtby[ ; dnVaeti&jAk'tiA { "" .rr !'J8-'F:". &A -
''word;n: forward English! ,as follows:- 'v. L.iAfARCXi J 'J ; 'r.e 1. f S te., &g BitJne, Confederation; znag.'ewyafraws !, in bury,ihnoA':,whQ.'m mye'All: rj.iLT a\t e.err t/li: J"1. '...) t' I'tW' .!
themselves,, commit, then toas tones*f'the other in,boml., ( N'sir, vh7i 1J.dor.me.1 In u
.:XTr for th > .NavtgatDn of the'1UerJ ; prs;t JQ. placesof; tIer f r .., .
aty te.Uq&t/4! Bv the resid ntbf1he Tniled'Statesot. .AumficK : '9t1.p. Q f they\pleas n J :4hani 'DB1iner, ayiwf', 'iub e Ldiar. 'w : .Jtf4f
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_ .P.ara.c&udVr. .'; ; '' J. S. .- \ '* "1.j.". or'ishall tetbusiana until a.fewi "'ThiI! g'hot "
: .. ntiGe UZ3fedeaUOn. I. broker. factor gent, inerpreternor; ; .!, -. ihdai \ r years'pastas -true 'sir, 4io t M41J .
"'., taeq$Pdb een't o(we TTnjtect, States and'.hisExcellency" 4 :A-. PROCLAMkfIQ. ; : :J :t thiey-Jje .obliged !to !i employ any other r'u3 ,'-; -ARircz.z- ; rt;, ,. I.wilFprqre ia;the sequel! :oa?have:said tftiJi.iOiw. _: ; i isiccustve

p"Re the J Provisional Dfrectt* ?? jrf the .. \ .4 f'_"t. r. .' :' J j_! persons JA in> 'those- *" "J'ipapaciUes, *than those employi : : leRresen f rtsh41i.; :ratified on thepart that a{daring. thai"time.for .bcxnty or itiirtyyeart ftic ;" 4r'i

Argentine Confederation: being'desirous of ...Whereas ,- .bctw >n. the,United, .ed. by citizens-< of-the Argentine} Confederationtrto .f the jgOYernment of the United States, I,was the constant recipient of the hon a

: strengthening' .tb *bonds of friendship'which States America and,the Arg-ntine, Confed. nay .them any other! -salary of remnneration withij1 fifteen mohths from"date, and within Qis':andemo7nrn; utiofh1i f<&dersloffices be I-was ppoated'Oom oe4tflMdeb7 cHa: d

happily 'subsist between their 'respective.'States eratipn, vas concluded and', snedby; their I ,Wan aRch as is paid in like cases Ely threeUaysby his,exceIIa ey,'the. provisional stowed ori me by BUCcesMvfr Democratic Ad' I.ChonI" 'waawj .'--: ;t:...fIi.'l1lJtl.IJ i

: and countries, and convinced that the respective 'Plenipotentiaries,' at'San1: : Jose, on citizens.Qf the Argentine,Confederation. Aricabsolute director.of,the:: Confederation,'who! ministrations.' This 'untrue as 'will prove .. ', 'f1.OJ ti. .,II Pi... .

'surest means of. arriving at ibfc rescjt is to the twenty eeventh day of July, itihteen hundred freedom shall be allowed in all cases will sso present it to the i first legislative Congressbf I to satisfaetion( of::all intelligent men*--r, or. f. e de rp ). .

'take in'concert all.the measureshequielte (or and fifty three ; which'treats being in i to,the buyer and' seller, tg' hsrgaju and fix jthe; ConfederatiorY? ,' :for "thrir sppro; You,next state as an ,existing fact, what..yonsay'you UUI- .. II" .wu.reiJt' "
fa'ititing and developing 1 commercial relations the English and Spanish language word the price of any goods, wares, or mercandise Ta!. "-- "- .':'regrej my'enemies,"amongst.whom b Pri.sfdbtazr* ia'. ,-- r-v-j-r- '

,:have, resolved to determine, by treaty for word as. follows :- imported into, exported from, the ArgentineConfederation Th| ratifications shall be exchanged' at the you are not'to be numVered/f/arf' enabled to from it fy'ftrsvto about &!a.n0B4bi l edDIeq .

the -condft ini..6f the free navigation of the Treaty of .Friendship. Commerce atd' Navi. -as they shall see good- seat o[government of the Argentina Confed toy, that I remained' & firm-consistent land: Rr.Wlifmut; .JI -

Rivers Parana; and Uruguay, and thus to gation, between the United States \Vnd Ar. observing the laws and established customsof era tio, within the term of eighteen months very zealous Democrat so long as I held office, grip' remonatranc* against! 1beI1ty..ofiSeWarli'c6nduejtksr

t! mon the obstacles which have hitherto gentine Confederation. \ the country. ''The same rights and privileges In fitness whereof the respective plenipo. and received large salaries from, Democratic) .

jmpeded this navigation i Commercial intercourse :having bn for in all I'respects, shall be enjoyed in the i. tent a es have signed this treaty,and affixed administrations, and that so sopn.as .these- :against'the'SeminoIes' i and fcinicgl et to Wet

With: object they have named as their sometime established! between .the Cgited territories pfthfi United States, by the citizen thereijn their seals. were r"discontinued"by tHe "appltcation :of tfie. tecjhe" 'pecWof'Ho.;ateo 11- '(Mrtohourij '

plenipotentiaries, that is to say-the Pr sident States'and the Argentine Cgnfederatio jt ,ipf the Argentine Confederation. The citizens Done at San Jose, on the twenty seventh good old Jackson' principle of'rotation in pf- urdeJ< india HmJ2 -i' $( o.

:of the: United States Robert C. Schenck,I seems good for the security as well as the Encouragement of the two contrcting porfies shall recipro. day of July, in the year of our Lord one See,' lain found with equal ,ardor 'and 'zeal men, .and, ;eh# 'qrHipH't&P 1 wzargJ,
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Envoy Extraordinary and Minister'' Plenijpoteotiary I of such commercial intercour, cally receive and enjoy fujl and pe-lect pro. thousand night hundred and fifty three. battling in the. front :rank of old, enemies ca1pi P and often tewrf 3n&dr"ow: ]JaGUeL j
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"of the United States to Brazil, amJphn'S.'Tendleton anti for the maintenance of good understanding tec'ion' for their persons and property, and ROBERT c. SCHENCK. [u s.] against the party.and prjncipjea! Jo thelen.ice. For iWWIendi 'Ha4 I- '

Charge d'Affaires .of the.United betVee.the. two governments, .that the: shall have free and open access to the courts JNO. S. PENDLETOff. [L. s.1 of which"tlireequarterB. of a long _life had mimiTi... tM d.t ?:
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'. States to the Argentine Confederation relations now subsisting between them should of justice in the said countries respectively, SALVADOR MA..DELCARCIL been devoted. Now, sir; this last,statement hm.i-a + ttapproaching.i
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whether it bo mode by friend or -whether .olm,. ft1:- .t.g
? for the and defence of their
regularly and prosecution [
nnd'his Excellency the Provisional Direo or.of acknowledged confirmed by just t. I.]
.. the Argentine Confederation, Doctor Don I the signing of a treaty of friendship,'commerce' "jghte j and they shall be at'liberty to employ UOSE B. GOROSTIAGA [L.'s.] it be mado with malice aforethought be with approltiooa. tbe OQ"f A2b4il4Y9 I otdcU?the baveheh'

Salvador Maria del Ca'nil, and Doctor Don and navigation. For this purpose They have ir. all cases"such advocates, attorneys, or a- And whereas the said, treaty has been duly the promptings of great zeal to .support the 'hocann9t;'1r lave hoh it,1 f, i.'t hot B--W

Jose Benjamin Gorostiaga; who.'after having nominated their. respective plenipotentiaries, geUs, as they may think proper ;; aid .they ratified on both parts and the respective rat tottering throne' and falling'.ceptrc ofDe ; "n'ot f&H dfri"-
comriiunicsted f to each other their fall powers thts. tQ .ay:-. : shah enjoy in this respect, the same rights ifications fthe same were'exchanged in this I I mocracy, is'not only entirely .rinfounded, .and every' : WV 'd '' .!
The President of the and therein native citizens.: Parana the thirtiejtB "of December destitute of truth, but. it contains i in,Itself some, since hi*. .' 'Van B Iw e..cf:
/ou din good and dpefprm, ,.have agreed upon United States, Robert .privileges as city .on, day : : I
p 1 o1? .1.lwiJl s1eW b-Aft.
tha articles C. Schenclt, envoy eqtraor'dinary and minister ARTICLE IX. last ;- manor mistatementa feet, unworthy pf the ocratic Pmideht, M.
following plenipotentiary of the United In whatever the Now therefore known public Press, which professes: disseminate queL, .The mantle,of l la .. Oil
ARTICLE I. States to : lates to police of the be it. that I; l I
Brazil', and John'S.-Pendleton tie and FRANKLIN truth and award justice.. Now, sir,:the motive Prophet," bnYthe w&ntte'of.' X4sox* 4e.'sde'd -
The Argentine .Confederation! in the exercise charge daf- ports, lading unlading of ships, the PIERCE, Prestdent ofthe United -I! ; Iin t
i orber sovereign rights, concedes the free faires of the United States to the Argentine safety of the merchandise, goods, and effects, States of America; have caused the said which induceq you. .to present taIl ttl ese .iu .u thpstit 7'44 tJU d raof t .
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Navigation,of the:Rivers Parana and Uruguay Confederation ; and his excellency the proviso and to th, acquiring and disposing of property treaty to be made public.to the end that the II unfounded accusations agajhst mp'is best n ooqVErn'
Bdi'rthak thet
wherever they may belong to her, to the mer-, ional direo or of the Argentine Confederation of 6tery-s6r.t; and, denomination, either same, and every clause and article thereof, known to yourself. ,it thay'well the democrat 'pa-and greatldeof

.chant-Teasels of an nations, subject only to Doctor Don Salvador Maria del Carril, and by sale, donation, exchange, testarasnt, or in may be observed and fulfilled with good faith I nd justly.be inferred from the 'conelu- the great;demo 'nart3l 4n4i: _

.the, condjtJo .whJcb this. treaty es-ablishes' Doctor Don Jose Benjamin 'Goros'iaga'; any other manner whatsoever, as also to the ,by the United States and the citizens thereof ding part of the paragraph which they are no longer, !leader, I.beh'era he4lead'oQorti, aim' t
found. These reflections in the 'mindalways of that than
'. pnbHc otkerjpublic I
Who, nflter administration of the I party any WhoJu IGpai'AifoZor4rs
',ntid lo'tlie regulations ,sanctioned, or which having communicated to each justice, citizens of the '
;nay hereafter'!be: sanctioned. by the national other their fall power, found in good and due two contracting parties shall reciprocally en. In' testimony whereof I have hereunto let haye'a tendency"J bj ai the force ofsuclvattacks patronage" to& .. ['flo'J ,
) form have agreed the joy the and hand,and caused the seal of the United I "upoS'.the Dpmocrafc party as Tetne. ojBwf and ; .
liberties
:authority of the Confederation. } upon following articles: same privileges, rights, my the Nashville i- <-tl. T.njt ..; 4r; ", .;,.J.D
singular production
( .months.
speech) nme
my "-
'. ARTICLE ,II.Cpnseqnentiy &RTICI L ,. as native citizens ; and they shall not be States to be affixed. : it
,;the aaid vessels shall be ad. There shall be' perpetual l amity betweenthe charged in.any of those respects, with 4ny Done at the city of Washington ninth under consideration,'and .we refer- to them ticent y or thiti,, fr=I -wa. .

jmttbd to remain, load, and unload in the United States and >and'' their citizens on higher Imposts or duties than those which dcy, of April, in the year of pur : now, to use the.General's:, favorite" quotation, the:cqn4/an rtcnnJenKoX' bjb. ,o ces. T I I I'
the one and:the are' 'paid be Lord thousand : more in. sorrow.than jn ,.anger. Now, sir, .ifeneniiesT'wuFdlT and emoluments. beztpwed on.'ibfLCt_ K* I
places and ports of the Argentine Confedera'dbn pvrt, Argentine Confederationand or may paid, by native' citiKwVa"nRaregurati6ns one ,jygHihundrecdence i e. .. L '- : -. -'t w. ;
S whi h are open for'that puroose.rr its citizens on the nthert 11. .I't- sr ofeach cocntry respectively. : r of the United States The 'sev- me all"the injury that my appoiiftM' mor of' RoridVby tnaUfhlff 1 k !
.*?- --* ABTICUS:III.i . ABTICLE. ) If citizens of either of the entv ninth. I worst enemy could do by publishing as true President Ge'-ltaSarL._ JWfiwi... t'm. Iiy :
There shall be any '- -------- '
between all the territoriesof -r WM
TbeJffaTemmentofthe, Argentine UontedDeration that which is- not true inthe 'of t
language an indebted.jo I..i
two shall die without will FRANKLIN PIERCE. DO IIQ" 'j
the United States and all'the territories of contracting parties <* wv ;
being.desirous to provide every facil the Confederation free- or.testam. ; ntj"in any of the territories of the By'the President': old proverb, I say, ?saveme, from my ('enda" minijtratiW*?for.this hpn r.. Nor do I owe J"1 1
.fly for j interior.navigation, agrees to maintain Argentine a reciprocal I will take care 9f my .enemies.: '.* AH' thou any thing to*thV mot "
dom of The citizens of the other, the 'consul.g(ncrd, or consul of the W. L. MARCY, Secretary of State. jah4z J
and njarks pointing out.the anneI8. commerce. two in brother f? was'the' *J' I
beacons e hea.t1i'r.tJ1.
.tieichero s a series 1
AKTICLB IV. countries, respectivly, hall.haveliberty, freely nation to which the deceased belonged, or all-hail 6f the Hebrew assassin when he struck orlWong8I'If'oterue'18lazif e utioh. I I
and ,with their and the representative of Such ',consul-general or Letter, from gen. Call -yeva d' l ;
A shaW Tbe established securely come ships to the heart that brother while .
by '
uniform-system fcmilling labia of proof on:jhe'
consul i in bis absence,1 shall have tie ciii1,
; the competent authorities of the Confederation, cargoes to all places, ports, and rivers, in the right face., You have.,not stabbed at iby life it.istrue of the United.' .
LAKE eontifm' ; .
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either which to intervene in the posseasionadrninistraton: I JACKSON 1 .
territories of .
to : "
/or the collection of the' custom house duties, other'foreigners, and judicial liquidation of the estate of ihedeceased.ep.nformably August 27th, 1865: !j. bu.t. 'at- ,that,which u- dearer' ., than. life-. atmy da; and on:tlie ,De ':
the hips or of 'other : u.
h and or cargoes any foreign (he wouid I
rbor"i ghU'police, pilotage"paes, along ,repjitation'and.! s ,4eeper and Cthe"pronde tndmpts 'tbel
nation State'are, or be nnit d So with tbe.liwof, ,lhn To MH. CHARLES E. DTKK, : aWl.,.. '
'may p
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which pr 'because if'is *
-the, whole co tI.(Qf.at.( rs belongto'thi more painful, 4nflicteo! by the dividual 'man bVththe Ym ti I
,for ihe benefit of the creditors and Editor iKe Floridian Journal
country of
ConlederAti, : come; to enter into ihe same, and remain t Sf : hand ofone who is: brother, and who says agents of **>
1 j AKTICLB V'The vnd reside in any part thereof, respectivly; :.to legal- heirs.. I: have seldom been more surprised, sir, he 8.DOt to be numbered amoegmj enemies. eorrapt'Botaayoajjava r j

high contracting: parties, considering: hire and -occupy houses and, ,warehouses,' for ARTICLE X. thin when finding myself, under the editorial Now, sir,..while I charge you with.no intentional .. .which,I received politely latabn TnEnrawLma'note :by a : j
The citizens of the United States residingin Sanudvfi \
thattbeIslandof( Martin Garcia may, from 1 the puipoieioftheirresidencand cdtnmefee; ead of your paper of the 18th, ,}inst, th .ob- misrepresentation of facts nor fabrication" I(a courtesy for which '
to trade in aU klnda of produce,'roannfactares Argentine Confedesation, and the citizens [ of l ensqre'and acb. I'was r IrttqraVctbaUtjs I
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!U.oition:embarrass and impede! ( the free Jed personal rep of falsehoods! dr J jnferiapnal maBce : cfesirabeIf I wtsh'Ti '( ) :
of the Confederation
the/confluentiof'the River merchandise of lawful commerce ; and Argentine residing prepared to find the evidence you have I do charge ithawa -
navigation plate I
you t'oc4uiij, a 1 reply, tlut ytftt slidttld .1
in the United States be from h'o4it*
.Sgree.to" use 'ttieirltifloence to'prevent the,: gene raly.to.enjoy, in .all their businegs J e shall exempted nvin of unkind feelings. lam, not aware want*of tender regard.for1 propriety;rid the ]least thi.a tn na n&
.. moat complete protection and security, sub- all compulsory'military service whatsoever, lui I deserve them and there- ( 7a 'l. I
posscttOri'of the said island from:being retain ; are reasons feelings and reputation of .others,.equally incompprtable .clevoteto '.Jf
-fed or held:by any State of.the River;Plate,'o ., ject'to thegenerallaws! and a gf8'Cr the twocountries whether by sea or by land, and (rom' : all. wet known to us both, sir,' (however. differing with,the.dotiea. ols publjo jonrnalist I : .h4. .AJY1.thisJ) Ihie"r.
respectivly.. In like manner the forced loans, requisitions; or military exactions in such f el .meit'f, i"---1G
,its confluents which shall not have givenits i plitical opinions,):why! ngi should and the profoe. ons of aminlxt r nf ihe :aa & -' -
.adhesion .to the_annc.iple I of.their free ncyiga respective ships of far, and po toffice prppssengers : .;''and they shall riot be 'compelled, under not be cherished, or be :.permitted to subsistetueen Gospel-a teacher of the precepts of a Divine, ;- t".1b ,bit
,. jr }lIf'. -'- I-., packets or tie to coaqtre's, shall any pretext whatever, to pay any-brdinofj' > us. Those :reasons a'dnWnish me Muter. follower:of the Cross wboseduty 1 reply to the,editorial.'o tam. L. tt .
10t4.'W' I
', -!/UlTIC.B.VI.' have liberty fr'ely.and..securely, to v.4rnetO ,charges, requisiti 8f11,'or'taaes, greater than agant nil severity'or to 1r t j cnrt, natiori, It ?. h. rUb CI." se Qflt. And MI\d-will! Itoaumep J Mt.DaP. 4 !,..." v-n ': i.. .,"1".
all harbors, ftyers, and tp which other".foreign those"that are paid by native citizens, of tlieeontraetingparties'resp and thiy'shonld have 0 admonishedyouagamst r0' ; "Tt'T'r! t ; : :1''i. >. Vi, 'Y .
If it shonld happwrfwWch) God forbid) that peaces\ *> -, > :. ; '. 1 _, .. .. _. .V rI\ t
tively) ;! -t- .
ships; of and the illileral and' have -
.war shodftidsrealc Diit* "between any of tle' : war packets are, or nn2ustcirseOu pur- I 'deny l sirthetrnthOfeverymateriaLsta4. r11- 0 -
States, Republics! or, P/ovinces of the River may bepermttedto\ .come;j'to'enter into the i' A TICIjB'Xl.rj sued' Ofajnst me' '*'< -1V ) T" -- f 1 nt made in the editorial which I intend to :Tp NJirr-iDDcit 11 o t f "

Plato or its cpnfluents, the navigation of theUruguay same; io. pchor'and remainthere; and refit, .L It shall freti'for 'eaC1h'pfthe (tyro' contracting i You hold an high place;sir-the conductor review, and Fhave'the evidence: to di jroremosthof .I.006J: tioaaV: 'p irii r

Rrvers Parana'and' shall remains free subject always o1eia''snd.uiageof: the partied to appointconsuls i \ ; for'ihe of a public,journal.:) The iPjress is, onaotjb them', I will Commence, siiy wjtfafftve j fectecl ''UW ent \ !oa the !!bi-
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two,countries. respectively. ,, protection of rtr&dvto I reside'n( 'any:of the nstituti!ns of ireeaom. Jt,was cre teq in the thAt chY1YA wltieh..hrin'I1tt .. ,invwtht .I port (.Maul... Hm, ..tli3. W1l'IIP'ft1.. ..
,to htherehthtjag.ptailnations, excepting, -' j 'but. :-:-: -- rorr "---ro -. >" -4 '" .TTn'lL.oi \. ,
l muoitions of war, IOcb ARTICLE. [!. territories fthe other party; befor&any necessitei and by the suggestions of Freedom. .mv wh1eoqal Jw e. a u: 0. i '
as n'whattnjay"relat&'to Umt-of all, kinds gunpowder'" lead, .nc"cannon 'The tjjgb contractincf parties- agree ponsul shall act es each; he shall, in the usual It cannit'exist withoqf(rg in'i ot An'free !;.r'Tb W4 oftice I'li1untierthefeder.at' .' ::&' r' t1Ji XtDm. in jf4'; :aivSdS'"HOr t r

'balls.1 t ; that any.favors; exemption7pfTvilege'dr; iramu. form, be approvedimdadmitted by the goecrnment'to.idricQ' dom exist without the:free I..and" tinreetralned 'Government'p$ *&& ft1 Jjjffiu&h, t; aibetjt tIqt'., "( ihyiifl.reiai1 .

-. t 1 .". AKTICLB .VII.Power fifty whatever,*matters of commerce or navigation he'itisent;'sad either of liberty f the Press. .It is the,(great agent of in!the !Army of thanUnfted'lBtatcs.-11t: was'' o( IfJt i .. '. .

", i is expressly reserved,to his Majesty, which fither,..of them has, actually the contracting; parties may except from the civilizalJonone of the' great teachers.pfciyUind conferred tne:by Pre: Madudn -- childreniheroomma : ,!iIj::, .vfaaoi |"t,\tuw

he'Enrperor of Braiil, and.the Governments granted, may hereafter grant.tp the citi! ; residence'ofconsuls, such particular 'places. relgious liberty and it should be,sir,ever There l waanp iDe .o< tic ;partyithen con' winds, tod.npminatin a.;candidate" .,
.of Bolivia,Paraguay, and the Oriental StaleUifgnayrtO zens or snbjecta of any other go vernmpn'tvria; ,i as tb y.j uidge'fit', :<; -'to be'executed.it be, th< p r medium Ot truthful i intelligence,' roHinir the patronage" Tr theG6.T rnmenL and uutstwAcu" uyuta *"PJ WJI ,aO y .
'; "become parties,:to.tbe'opresent. tioni;. or' Sjtite;; shall Intend/K' i'deiittijr{ f Tne archives and padi of the' consulates' in all Jaings aad on. all oceasio1rs.UTrnih fa b o ng' taa a'reward Ypr; its',followers, I 'have a'Southern Jrnio;. &* 1

.treaty; (In Base they:shoold be disposed to ap cases and cir'carnstince ib the eitizemfof-the of.ttejrespect4ve'govprn'mehts: sball' beTr.peeled one. of the great .attributes' of:AlmightyvPower -Was'indebted to'"npD a1|ictdrrunisiration d.tho oDfiden''ftt 'Sth: w

-1cetoth., parts r.'.tb. RivwsParaBaPmfagnWf other contracting party* gratnitouaJ1, rtb Inviolably, :arid under.no' pretext whatever -the foundatioo of the"raorai' ana';raysical for that honor. .1.Won it, sir, in the hard and second,becAQ8 he.wiU .'fm. 't

.d Urogaay; over' which Concession in favor,of that other government, : 'shall" any. magWrate;I"orany"of- the,*local .univers>-the .foundation of.the soQial corn- terilons campaign of 1813-14. .I won jt as,a' the 'orth -1JIJi''if'' : I'.

VMytttrpecfivefy* fluvial righis.j nationpr. State,. shall have been gratuitous; 'authorities, .seize!" "*, 1Y aJwaj'nte: t 1.fee'withItb' *' fort, atd aU the jnstitujjipna,pf'mvilized ,man. truant school-boy. wonit as will .appear then If the Tree djiii",
possess '
ey h 't- AxTICXJB VIII. or, ,n return for an equivalent'compensatiopi! !! "' m. :'f .. .. / !t shoild ieyeV'be ..poserved. "with.scrupulousand .from the following letter of General Jackson: England; Ohio, 'and' "
for which the River if the 'concession shall have been 'cotitional.. 'rTtie ipJonQaticagents: 'and cpnsus of the religions regard. : "- Hth.QiAk rrn;'FOET SnioraKaj:Y Western Sates| ,and the! f Theprincipal t. .declared free to th ." .' ARTICLE IV. '* t 0. Arg ntine'Conrea ratio shall enjoy, i in the I wli not say,;'Twill not b jleve;.th t1 truth 't.. /anuary..BOth; 1B14.. fAIL New York-PethuEjvaia
Parana 'Uaognay re territories of flie .United States, whateverprivifeges t .I.eflteflt-flXCa'D.K. G there wjU'b '
or-other duties shall be hal been interitiona violated cbok
commerce of the'' world, being to' ien a the -No higher imposedon y- pr: misrepresented Sij:-llavicg Iwei kbauidoned ibr po *"'by.thejeoAe.iu1
'Tnercwtflt"?relations'of the countries wfaic.border'them" the impotation! into.tbe.territories qf.eitherof exemptions, and immunities ,are, in the: editorial which f propose to re ootnur to cay exprMtordenC tb.4th1La-bY'your eompaay the next, 'KDow'd ;Repesiitatives-i .fnNebrVsia '

; and tp 'promote' immigration i iis it the two contracting( 'parties i of any articleof : orshalLbe; granted to agents of the samo view. }But I must permitted to say, that it ng ysnnelf renuuordst rOQf,'. rCJUo..cd me and & aod.would. ..*chooi,.'
the growth,'probuce,'or manufacture_ the .rank, belorigingto: the most favored nation; appean to me to have been, most uuf9rtu ate- rfarely,fbnght at Etoaeh&o; and inora brsvrir'vithtfx a ezntqftheMthj4 : '-"-'.'-
beb-agreea' that no favor or immanitshall tl territories of the other contracting party, thin i and; ,.i in J like,"manner' the diplomatic Igentsand pver-fooked arid little 'sought for, in your gvards $9:Vbom 'ybi'ba4';attached jrowntf r ,. -. .... .
to.the: trade -
be eranted flag or of any; consuls of the United States in the territories ae battle ,of iutacbuMu;yei. er4r(,44uar zeal defend the and tat TI'
be payable on thelIkeartic1e oCan'other pemocratic"party yourdctenunarlon't t t._
.otheriiStSn''which'shall not equally extend. .to are, or shall aDd those attached to them covered ihtoUelvet "iUj .
;'tbo e'bf1Cb ,United 8tates. ,. foreign country; nor shall any;other I Hhe.Argentine Confederation, shall pUn la' 'those who have left glory; and by tb ir .braiery aT my.war from!bt- "- ,"AU lprieate'pIo ,ii '.po1i
iifc AKTTCLE IX. or higher..dntie8: or chargesbeqirnpoejn enjoy, according to i the strictest_ reciprocity, it.no less than to hold op the rod of correctionto Toe and destruction;-T-baru returned.to.,ttk place .the foreign 'i iypfcof flfo I coantry iessenuaiiy
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.whatever privileges, exemptions, and immwiiiies wrYiAvw ttiMto*4 tu% twl.\nA iiw wXn t'A'm. \**+ *** AM J
The'preseni, treaty shall be ratified the the territoriesol eithero! (the contrartingparties i those who may be. disposed leave it- MJVSV Si W **** VS wa# ;j\rw "y'tlflfc. JV14 one Siaett.and oitz
on b ;
the> exporatioh artieldto the are, x>r, may be, :granted in the Thi careless regard of truth .and disregardof Jeata to:retorn bcine the4 aVait for- s
parfof" thi'ei1'mODth: from its,date,'and with. tc rrltdHeiibf the 'other, than'lsach'as are 1 or Argentine .Confederation, to the' diplomatic the feelings arid repu'tatiph or others is iajor-Oeo1.Tbom | Fidclney, "" "'* "- '. naturally tiio.

}In tWa.f bi biaExiUene the Provisional shkll be, payable on the'exporation of the like .geotl ..'.nd' ,*consols.of- *. .the. v most. favored..* equally manifested-in .y dreflocticiinp n :-rmftdbaxr7with: yea toy grate. ertt.rebolwd.-
,Dii ,.of te Argentine'Con'ederatibn;who articleto: aoy.oiber.foreign country; |ior shall .nation.-, *.;. > me,-and;your unwarranted'and unfounded d6nuncutippa ful acfe. >owledg npnt for Vow' ..* "!, and fb bravery bhe. "e.

shall preeid tit thr. first Legishtire: n.'g1Ws any;prohibjtioa be !imposed upon the J iraportaon : -.. ARTICLE. XII.vfForthe ,,1'Maj.Jonelgon, as a fabricator babinka you EostaebiuMO dUpuyed'irJtliTi oo*tb*XKitIirryC6tQpajQy moroJngo/ i40i come oia.getiier .

rof.ee. onmdersJioti;;for:thIr approba..ti } or ejprzonptanysrticIeofthe growth! i the.tlnHed>butter 'spcnrity of. crmmercetween ber &ai'manufacturer of errors and misrepresentations nat, Accept, my.baatwialw lJ,..( torwwlfare. by the, endearing3ea deqttf
a Id <:aiva, .''* ' .., W. tel iit9 ol t you ., I am,ref pecUnHy, $ vote u
'Th & hJiU- eexchangfid at'the either of the :contracting' parties;'to or rrorq I onftdera on.J& '1,' ..agreed that if, at; anytime "endorsed' .a dJ?'rep t&t"in. my speech.M&j. .- r Yocf'Tnistob1t..eryL I t Th: '

,te4 t-br: ";g e Confejdiftriontis -' tke 'territorifts of the .other, ':Iwhich ,thall not t ,. Interruption of. friendly commercial ', Donelson from the hneho. S1?dua. JJiDREW&".> -"JACKSON I'9"' ".,;Mjor,'*Tf raI" li daceJy l1ak1be
YL'R.1r .
=rbi ( t ; equally extend to;the,li ,.lLr1iLcl. of any,other iaterescJse;'or any rupture, should nnfortnnatolyi&ke -1 ted at West Point,'with the Jbighest"ijpnb'rsy uiitl or ;
'' pJaae between' the two contracting until the Ia.tth lit p1' the existence' of Gen. hi i Jte n' 'lk r.jhmie H
4 for I gricqpntrj. ,. ai
dte' .
Ia.lflatibairthi. NipO pl
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apo. either of them the Monnt:Pleasant A 'y'near'the barifcsof
o t- j. : AKTICLE V. ,prtwstilhe.Jcitizans residingin Jackson,:was his< cordl4entlalfriendand adviser. confidence, because.fofthpkef.ps
tho thr lti .. .. S4treatyand r affixed. .No:other togber 'duties or charges, onaceovnfof t the territories>f.t4e..qtb ,shall- have the : w For more than half that time he was a the' Cumberland,.wrifch'J- had left 4o join, ; qza.bjthe Iz

1)oiji .or. ,.",.10 r. on'the. tenth tonbage, light or'hirbpr "''dues, prj ileg.O! remaning and, continuing 'theirtrador'occupation meinber.: rJp'I. .dome tjp .uiunhly-for aight'years .Gen. Jackson: in l.heeldadetered-again' frioI Jiithth'ixara? th Ofl1i

d. .or .oftrar l.wdone tbtxi- pilotage t !lvag. in ex a:of average 'pr ship- :therein without any he was fiis'private soQretery.while ad-, on'my,_ stodjes.r ..Ibeen.the'ebuahorttzm ; cal WreOfthe enoiiMiieSi
: tr "J.r 'tI"t )" w ejQk oir.any.ptherT Ideal cbar.l14( belS manner of igterruption l long ,as' they behave minisiteriug the GovernmenC yhe "T est por- wKen froman'n i knb\V lan4I- receivedthe -
l '. : peaceaWyr and commit no offence tiQI qf bit.Iit .w'47dev .t' to ff'-n.'JacJuon, ccrtnmi$ on a nlentl>d. "I accepteiiit iac.DtTi .
t-- t .
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.fefr ife! ; .
.I' ewl t t .'flpSW| !l 8 against; ther.laws.annstjeht' : Affects! and and 'ktiiP' bothas 'I did/and as well, 'so D8T01: :( J J('#f ?*rtt sorv > 0 'wu ,t D lapse : : : -
S K.DEr 'Pa1ctlatth! -i e"'p #em t to 'v l la; property, whether entrusted to 1 individuals or as nytlierpin .dill knbwthem', !t! hasrd ?- O'ihe-Al pt r' 'f. tti 1 ; I

.1.v1{ 'I.J v.mr. Ji ,;. ,. -. 'tAJn1CLSl VI riJ 1 tothe; ,ytate hall not be .liade to'seirore; or t notmng'i;in;>saywgh{ t*J 8J.'uonclsbn'rendered to. .c! 'f9. "' iBJii ,. I Iwft'h

7OSEBGOOWIA '. ,.LJ, ;. The time ,datij a'shall ;be .paid., 1 fI ""' '. r. tbbse, wlfic1icmay.bei! ", 4he.:Jlko and aided him i in his.extsordniy
upon IOn, more
A1)a; bdtCathaiboen dtly tine .4rck! &- 81. 1IVed., ._, tCiMVDii.m'WcoJi" .
titffii effects or> propertyJ.lwlonginr the ;naiwinhsbitanU and sucpesaful administration pf -
_t.Odi' thjjqfjGcjyernmenVtnsjaf '
rtJ rali &h iJpoorf.titm,r P-PrtAtjp oC Dl'.niole J f at& ._" -t .t81C:ttOrl" \ *
i 1kTdve i of.the: fitsts/wnich.sncL, citiaanai oUier''man' -'I1tsmid '
'1" I IP lri f-'iQ. .i tUiftbJfi )11tii 'U 1t 7 ; ; any wft1epf.' r
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.dH6'- .li1. d ; I ibi1t ftotrgOfedeNd r11i may reside. :*. .iAKTICLE *\ ;his education, his .1t norabl,1iidIne&alIdht 'f .tWiJt _
$ 61. ,
y'r.. &. t* .., 1b. ] of J" .itU' r tjiil
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XIII.. : 'hle ".In ( ter
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to t TKecittens'ortiiVrj'DlUd and thetltliena' : 'n ..ma
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,t1'Ww 1Ii&tr'-FB'& r tiOfi Js. ide.fD' capaeitjorkIr I i. :
UN'lif flOE .lt.U:' \ I'oftsj; p7 tw: 'Argentine"{DdnfedgjitloaT Irespectiyely 1I; a" -'J di.p iiti in O14Th: t -don it-uei4n&comparnon! at the Hermtt.agr >
Vlww'UnW8t&w. C .-PD Slate*, &f: telt r k4r ofth'eismtbrhaof Jackson 4fr4 1i V 1fi r nig it fionotr! b'1 t or puop -
America, hare canted the said treaty to I* t gentine Confoderailorr., residing. In'any make him just such a man.as s ,i -
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reD should be iia successor in th ePresidec) ;r tord,'6verKa-own signature, thai rilhiedt& PIii en. .. .,.", \.\, ",. ..tt'

1' gariii'i'uruak4 i and D IebUV! ,!,.l8$5/hd came out widui: \ Presi n't..ij eire fdr'a'first class foreign 'LeNteik" i i il one. .oJ .the ", ., t.t Jt.l m" ; f-f" ;' rw )
"I- .. '? \' S&9 _'t.'l' d \" V i th;: 't _I
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TALLAHASSEE: ffaor ora natjonaiieocrizhctioQ cMtft sons beet kp wf|o is aj>plica* fl-il ; }

,. -. rimlitea! .PtsiJent'andvtce.Pr4 J lion regwdid, wdj .re'} is'thj .e ut'ju-i 'tit &',lw pcopjo, iii. ,I trouble y2a have taken. ,.i..-' { 't krncnyvoM. orBflll .\rt hIa,4ndTg
:i f SaC.riay, September' 1, 1855 dnt,1i1accordingly, the converifion was oVIfdre Jacfcson D fled to S It.ithr'0- jt- mr t ',.'.It1ulrlea_li; TOpUed to3 ''And hovr' ,maaj _

Z A J held and Mr. Van Buren nominated.We that "house of refuge" for aspiring and disappointed The Sou'tfi} ,It la said, aVe United qn the sla. through Ihe, Floridiah,of the' .. You I Idinsloi ofXsaea. .ass &t t '.
of 12 lint :
Kr-OB dollar stnnrs *orlew. "
t A, for rnti tit a.rtizzii arty per*nrj for eack eootin- have made these citations simply to politicians-Know Nothingism! very:question. if that is sbthey') will have increased my obligation famishing:. .,it_" S..tr_ .'

t uwv,... 1 I .. ,.II J 1 :: q. .' show that when Gen. Call charges us with a This matter .fully understood t in'T!nnefpee J. come' up in .a,body in.snpport of tbe.onlvpar. me a platform or the principles of the4m, the North to isis the _Cecs4a1I.a .. L'
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'cr.A I .tSdit dat .ta,t e'p ty;at the North ihatia:with them 41 ( : I ;
win.be
\4gi Wit .
careless regard of truth" and want of ac where Maj. D's. glaring apostacy"receives can party, which I presume..1 may wganf '
If.IsIabcL_ well ,But if the South ia going to let kno&.
4 # _........ 1 ," curacy" in our statements, his denial that die the scorn and'contempt which it merits. In nothingism divide it, and throw away:'two or tiJijeri4c''and'$ | of force tn this State, as it .

$ l*; :\t.e '" 't'qesd to give" notice:that the administrations Madison,Monroe and Jackson a )late speech': ,d4ivere4 by tJioiHon A.(0.P( .' three ;states by a'foolish[ attempt_ manage comes to f CM through .the-'' fi nUueJ/* Ij \ ."' 1DD1.I.' '." 0 .. ;

='Mr.-- Rowe will deliver lectures'atPngsh were 1 demoe rftikv-adminUtration ,M ADd Nicholson at Columbia in the., .presence.of some.thjigs4bctt..t.f that eir. friendaae ,of force.m, .n.. .h!! Itt .DOW'..1': 1DADT i....'

A Church to-morrow- on Temperance his, positive assertion that'Van Buren.was the and ia reply to Donelson, after referring to managing dvNfl, will be The North stated. .; thai. '. it.,. unt r ,', >" .. ." ,.': pfr1n b 'a .Q}=. i':' "

t!Ii 1 ance, and Prohibition, tho: other on the Man; "founder of die democratic part and'jlr the fact of his disappointment in',:not securing yill be split, know.nothlng'np ,into three: slid distant' aboh'tion.-pad el.hn'ocrati Louisiana< South CarpUr .;VrginJB|Jo and perhaps al a I J., .A.C'- !"- .eYthetriththep 1e .

democratic President," him to crushing mission for his son-in4aw,Mr. Nich. some:other Southern-States and Lathe afl .r ept9. M Q.
:'of. .Sin, or the Mystery..of'In uitJ' exposes a foreign Each of these parties willxjarty a Tew states, !
ow .- i-i____, retort ; but we spare !him. He 'whT\pardon olo 'pd his respects to the 'deserter in fitting ind the South1:will have it'in its power to .
1M'. Iv *; .toiu= Call'sILetter.., us, therefore, if;'on' this point, we .Uuntly terms. Wo 4 ooteaportion'ofbis. speech; .'one'of them eno gn' 'other. ;states'' .to control J 1 it"Beerfis; t only Mired'on ihe" testimony 1 ju. ) 'by"'theit- f"6I.

r j Thoatten on ftte ''reader directed to characterize. "review". as a_signal failure. and 1 if.the J ponderous blows< struck. by "Mr. N 'the government ; which" 'one gentlemen; Stil. f the*Herald;as ,Ae resolutions! cannot be M .fr-.t I.nd: u1aI- "f"iI;" ,
i states ? If to.the democratic "' ..
to
'I-- k !aktter ;;from'Gen. Ctflon.the first:page of : Our.remarks, however,to which so mack ex. should happen to fall on some others similar you, you give are your safe: if to. jhe 'abolitionists' yoil.. produced. Infconslusion, yon ask. With an I!.tea.Jtthe. hIaiy'oUthae( 'PUtJea' ,
J : ption has been taken did but imply at mosta situated undertake to plead the air of triumph,.l! Ia;Ap" jSp ajrer after Trutit cow du.L r. tlwm-C&D .
, 'o.d's p'p r,, p\1 rportrog rte be> rcvk LrW" Iy who name are rjyoed; and If'to the i. $; yxai : ;jl
1 'of-the: rwaarks 'intbe.Fhrtdtan of.tiie. charge ef poltteal' inconsistency in. General of Jackson in oehalf' of this. 'mierable'in.ow kill the dtrly friend '-y iihaie j in 9 N/rth. Answered f VM'l'confea Hiave it, .1t1 I ''ttiJft'. : .... i".I

; ,i :18th nIt -otithe Know Nothing speech deliv .CaB, and we, think'die. facts conclusively,. sustain Nothing faction, the;fault will: notjje.oar's. : Choose, you who. /are most' /n interested,'wi at asitls.1. Letnlexainin In ur' *p may.bgtato: nly f :l unIt Ii.
; the charge. Look at them.i .As the you wil 4e: tocjd'' oar jor five southertfstates of die'24A July 'asserted tha)the platform is'.t late.' YLtt* tth "-r. ."
"l? redby him in Nashvtfe We puHish the 1 "Mr.. Uksbolsoa add that the utvnaU reUiioa you ," J.t11fW :
baa done bolitlonisniwould
4 r.f
<> Kentucky }m
( :? l Iitei8anactconrtesytoGen..C.whocrr9eou1y confidential.friend". of. the old hero, he had MId.2 4b ereral fad Jiewtaftf demoorttksdnnriistrttJOMewai exMLed feetveea Major DorMhon f* haw walk 9) 'over the northern states, after the ,of the American.'partcontains the declaration q'nc us" .or. o t tij.':' .' "f," "'f" 'I,. ,

it ,' imagines that' in the criticisms ti warmly and zealously: sustained him in'1634 i mggcvtod to Mm"the ne e.alty foron'explanation of bit expiration of General Pierce's term, nncbeck that Congresszesaesno1urisdieiion > '4 7 '

which his letter refers there was a deli Derate againstrAdams,. Clay .mud l Crawford, anagain. .:preMnthoAiRtyUllMdAtaQc? tieiMrfy,, His explanation ed and unopposed,for knote-notfiingigm 'is a* over die subject ofSlavery.! $
u.**3J.*8 *AT ry.apo tAterrolh bis party good abolitionism in' ::North the z1 olftion.m.s .-Aear ." ..,.6.1 the majority,*rbohHgh'tn 'ara) J-W rIi '
.intention ''to. wound his.feelings by assailing in 28 against Adams, ascl.again in 32 roiopv*, BUptrtj has all changed tndguoe at I wasgjad. j ?f'>j? ;.Tgn to'm'e
.i i 'lus character'and reputation ; but as we have against Oay., As die confident fnead" amtay: , thInhe '
tt
Y 'Vitii disclaimed! of Jackson, he supported :Van B r!n, vA\o .cf a pare, tmoontMritnated and reliable Jackson democrat. -. n g e" .bt .th. dec1ara i qn. 'i)' answer t'you refer me to a your tteaM'tito.ftteU.. iiH to; fIi'f. of*'
-
k r t\ropccatons. distinctly : any I ., Think orb a mOment; everywhere the old.demoeratielnnnfr Meet wffl I be a# tiey ask to ,a'-Aep .
hail become candidate '33 with the ia to the breete,and he $ section whichdeclares that ,ODe oc9beriberL; ,
l "such.intention. and ain certainly conscious of a in express flying ( MKS the 40.i3'Qo an,yekuavr-nothingB of Ken Congress possesses ; '
1;; ?:: no stich! desire ve feel ro% acquitted of the desire of Gen. Jackson, and had been men President who always Pierce and stood Ins by administratfqp and aoataipcd,boded awflilIjDg by tacky and Tennessee'; fight 'against us hard' no powerunder the Constitution 'to legts- In year pa p:&,ito:} ji&yfva& (9

t r 'thatgp. ineeJ -'careful perusal of his let. nominated by a national democratic convention with their accustomed teal tmd '>g4'--s fP>/toj
; but Major Dondaoo has. apostatized IInd goDtI.off down, kill as ofl 'if you can, arid you /* "*"* them ,WhJoJi'' I 'l'dolth.'gieat.;
eohstrains that : cannot called jit -the instance of Jackson. He ; may difference i This much is c,9nceded by Seward nsyw .
t to
11 ; us say we periJ after straoge gods, and now turnS to the'hosts' of and your allies in Massachusetts'have good r'. "'
Vt cive'wherein. we have ,done,him the slightest supported Van Buren against Gen. Harrison, bis old political associates and tells them fiat they time. But never again let us hear a word a- andylale, and &$ and Sumner, and pleasurei. : -

: : injustice in any respect, He admits'that, he the then whig candidate. He continued llys lave abandon all beeolUC'corruptsO their association and eorrnpt take that up he hii is lodging forcedto bout the South's being united on the slavery. Gjddjng .and thC abolition associates; ,and '1." .,JETaye.d e Iemocra4c) pa1jaJ}

W; : held office u dt'.r' the successive" administratwns support "up to 1S40, when he vtas .ejected with Ins old enemies, under the new name pf know question. is not ,Denied by any political platform of qnventionvudeclad;; 'tbat, *Coagrtt*
from office and Jlotl1 ngi m. But let him not make false impres- possesses .nojurisdiction o er. the, tvbjett.ofslavery.F
11 traitway aUII l for .the first any which have knowledge. Again ;
f !: : Madison attd Monroe, that he was lI ion as be goes. Let not the idea be enteltl oed by 4 Perfect Stampede !Councils Burst- any you Jf so, ecrus. to'die. book, chapter
1;: t: ; *cVntinned in 'oce by John Quincy Adan s time he left Jackson and the democratic pary any one that it is the adopted son' Andrew, Jackson said. tie -platform declared P' that all existing- aM"n11 ,netr- ,. .' ..
WB 1
: and allied himself with whiggery. In a- who thus deserts the democratic party. Tb\re i if no Jug 8' I jaws thjs shall be maintained 1ft declared that" *'
:j : and wfcs .promoted to a high position h) ruth in such a statement Major Andrew'Jackson, upon subject as 2. Have they ver. ,Cpossess '
ii ": .- G Jackson and was continued in tie same'position jahdoning. democracy, he joined its; -enemies the adopted son of the old! hero the tenaat of the Our exchanges are filled with evidences I they are." I requested you to point me to no power'to exclude,an j 8 t&rfcwa:
n .J ..' Van. Buren. The difference then and the enemies of Jackson, for Gen. Call lermitflge, and the guardian of the tomb and of the of the speedy downfall of the Jackobin clubs. thv'section containing this manly declaration.It admission. into tie Union, because. *:Coniti
by ;
remains of the} immortal old patriot, is true to the faith does
tutiondoes not .rec44e r&e'.jflRtitojtWQ : -
, '! I between n. us consists in the party estimnte kpotrs that the motley crowd which rallied : and to the memory of his father, and repudiates with Withdrawals by scores, bursting up of Councils answer I am referred to a section that as- '.of slavery.or as of ita social: 'jj*
a 1at -
.f *1,::. ,placed upon the administrations of Madison, around 'coon skins and log-cabins in the indignation has the idea claim that to this Jackson eeci et JeqJtx ord;1lcl.of ktxrwothing Be it- and general confusion, is the prder ofhe fem that 1;experience hot shown impossible tern'I" S '.r"' T' j...

, ;;'f ; Monroe, Jackson and Van B rcn. Wc re- I memorable campaign of '.10 embraced withinits known that* this any Major Andrew Jackson Dondson who day. Among these cheering indications, to reconcile,9P n vu, extreme& those which .3. Have they evej declared ,directly., sad
'
; ; e--t 'K-n" ..11.aa democratIc .administrations ranks all the violent and Litter persecutorswho has add.essoo you to day is not tbe adopted son of An- ve clip the following from the Newport separate the disputants. And as there can un ujixqcarfjV $ati"a1yslsveryasitIit5m, !; ;t '

.4'1 J and,rf we are, right, .then our assertion that had endeavored by klandor, bribery and dtew xen falsely Jackson represented nor the guardian throughout of his.the ashes JTortfj, as .and has Times of Wednesday.: Po no dishonor in submitting to the laws}.the the .p breach t: of C p.d,-

:i lt. ho,: had, been the recipient :'jof high federal other vile means, to break down the adminiSti Eat.. NEW PORT COUNCIL, National Counqil has deemed at the.best guarantee faith(by Congress?I" ) wuuld.a 0 : n."4i, -
: wfllces 'bestowed him n of Jackson, and thus crush the democra. Mr.Nicholson saiJ it woe true that Major Andrew SATURDAY EVENING: Aug. 25, 1855 of
1 upon by successive Jackson Donelson had: enjoyed the confidence of Gen i common justice, and future peace to 4. Did or.did qoVdie emocztitoniru-;
;: .jlil;: democratic administrations true;1 in Jet- tic party. With the General's change of po- eral Jackson and to that fact be was i indebted for the .At a meeting of the Council held this eten.i abide by them," dec. How the bold and man. tion of Pennsylvania, ,to :which. jo ,aHoae.
honors which bad been conferred him subsequent ing, the following Preamble and resolutions! Act*
, ier and but the General sition, carne a change of politics. His desertion upon by declaration KD" endorse ,principles of. the Ne/bjaska/
ti spit; puts:in a de- Presidents. His services to the democratic party were presented and adopted unanimously, ly they SHALL BE MArxTAi, :,. ,
.t : t7tial and alleges that Mr. Van zBuren .was the in '40 might .be overlooked, especially have secured him note oir.those ijch spojls in"the viz : furnished by yourself contrasts with the language To the first.Inquiry,I anaww -.Noji; I:Itave- .

:j firSt 'Democratic President die -country ever since Van Buren subsequently proved himselfan fat shape; it c f wt.s foreign the missions reflected,on glory which of be AndreT bad grown Jackson so .WHEREAS, tho Know Nothings may lave been I ofthe, platform!, Examine the adjn/s- seen no such .deejUration in.tiypr party'put-

.j, ; ; }had, and in fact that he was ." the founder of ingrate, and is nowin: the limbo of lost which had enriched him. President Pierce happenedto organized workings through of the Order patriotic are motives antagonistic; but of fbe au presept Bach : sions and reasons for adopting the section.- i form,.and I$ax.9 t ,aet d .tpa it,was

.. democratic patty!" Of course we shall and dishonored politicians." But of the thou thiuk that he had been fully compensated in Loners motives; AXD WHEREAS some of the neta of the The committee admits, upon experience, that there 'When I do vlwert,I wffl'refer you Ito
withheld
Hot stop.to waste many words in replying to sands who went off in that year and have re. and result emoluments ifrtuaniffsted and}here t/day. his patronage. The and Order many are .wholcsoma endorsed by principles many qf oar are sit fklow forth citizens in the, .! it is impossible" for them to harmonize on the .'b ok, chapter.and,pagel"I .. |

' .a.denial so wild and to much resembling the turned, this showing it was the man they opposed "Major Donelson has said in his speech that he was Platfi nn of tbo Philadelphia Council l which are this subject, and agree, not that the laws' Tothe second inquiry,.,I 'answer faithful to General Jackson during his life aod that be
. :: special pleading of adroit counsel In attempting Gen. Call is not of the number. The baa abundant evidence of the appreciation of his fidelity conlradietory we believe that of the the inside organization workings, as;manifested Aim wHraiAS by SHALL be maintained as they are,".but,that though.me principle peAa4 embraceJ.ln

j jF 4T; to make :" die worse appear the better truth is, he has changed-and this is the gist by the Old Hero. Nobody doubts his fidelity its Ritual is anti Republican and calculated to engender they, to procure, pcqce will submit .to.them.' their platform, a1 a\ubeen', t1 $ Ufeg.Aisedbyevteaomue. .
? whilst General Jacksoo lived; bpt.since his death. Political
be it,
F ';: reason.. Still a few, historical acts,* taken of our charge. Abandoning democracy, he like tome others who lived and prospered by his influence -' Jk'olvtd By dishonesty.New Port Therefore Council Florida. That And,why? -because ?there can.be no dishonor ; ia Con-,
! *"! from documents of admitted historical autho. espoused.the .measures.and;identified himself be'bas proved faithless ; and for that he oughtto this Council be, and hereby is dwsojved, disbanded in submitting to the lavs" This certainly isjthe gress. In reference. this, tw1bowevsr,

:s .1* -: :rit-,iiay. net he.out of place. withthe policy of whiggery. This is the sum risen feel before the more him ashamed.to-day when If he the stood Old Hero on this could platformand have and Raolvtd broken up..Thatin consequence of the failure of the sense of the article, and is the more apparent, pledge myself trfq; ypu.to; .chapter and

, 1' JBITFERSONras'"the founder of the Dem- of our allegation. Nay more. His record of invoked his name justify his apoetacy from the Na Qw,Ct1mwi in its declaration, to preserve aod : .when we see in the preceding portion.of.the verse* 'vkeI shall haveiraeTtaZ.tisat-tt* * )is,em..
; .. tatic.J.l :" wiljrnejr; I. changes does not stop here. Having chan. democratic party-if the bead of the old pa triot could protect our individual right U AXEBICAXS, we therefore same.section (hat they disclaim all responsibilnr :b-ft.G-1, .: r
rty \Vhhrof have his would .
! a _, _____._ appeared private secretary ,have Jef] absolve. and do hereby absolve ourselves. ..fromrrr '
.
older and better than tTeii. 'tnnJ -- ----- *
', standing authority ----J-1- .La..J.. -tm& rr:- ''"A/kwfin/.a.JJ. tK /nr. eit-passage\ l Toyoqrithud inquiry, I. anwei., 'A9 '
. L, Call, &"' in his Statem an's Manual, The shift. Either disgusted with whiggery, er TJ't'tESiEThe Nashville Union- melee JioIed, That the above -be published in the You. further said, thariBe platfomv-'asserts recny ana'njjeqravqcaujvr'when 'MJ-'Vaar '
.7I. opposition to the federal administration aseumedAn finding.it powerless to destroy die democratic ij Wakulhi Times" and -Floridian ai d Journal." that Congress has no.power to interfere with the party' .candidate,dId akZ'tIt
the for Johnson the Democratic
majority candidate
f J. C. BATES, .
44; 'organized form under the auspices party, he in turn deserts it, AND HAS. NOW I for Governor, .in whole State, 2,030- JAMES W. SKIPPER President/, Sttrdary.CQ this question in the Territories." This coveredthe declaration,"threcdy and.izieIvoesIfr'" .1$

*. qj oT Mr. Jefferson. By his advice, the opposition i- TAKEN REFUGE IN A CULVERT What a Sentinel main ground of sectional controversy.. It accompanied it >nth ihe asKE ance. "iwouid
In 1853 his majority was 2,261.The please copy.! **tir ri iSt -JL.'V-
fall wflji flimfv. mv. r.nuntrvmfln. !!. It was bad set at _rest the Wilmot._ Proviso. ,, so far ft* trip veto anv. .neb.. bill. if.nassed ODrioff hia
icbhad been called -- -- ------ -- -- -- ---- -- --- --- .
. party, antifederalists --- -- --- --- -- -- -- -- I gor
t L claimed the name*of Republicans, while enough; to turn Whig.-but 'this .turning a Congressional delegation consists of Andrew JacjiSOR American party was concerned; ;; and assumedthe :Ha.' .was. thOTOChIyCed

4 ::11: their federal opponents called them D njo. Know Nothing, and taking an oath that five Know-Nothings four democrats, and uenondcscriptMr. u He denied that Andrew Jackson, if alive true.. onstitutio al .ground. It stru k.at. :for it by the'Soutaern ,Wings 1saaak&ufi...
Watkins elected 'in the '
I f : rro/ai. **, .Again,,referring to the contest between would require him to proscribe the poor old district Democratic, 1st would consent to be considered as a democratof the root of the difficulty, and I was rejoicedto ''st, be cause Tt *'he V did" not{ deny_.th6ptp. _. '

, ii t: Jefferson and Burr for the Presidency Irish fattier of his confidential friend"Jack. chiefly by votes. IU this school, and insisted that they shouldbe hear it. I asked you to point me to the article ..jov, .'rncaen.t. "fo .interfere.;, ." cYa i''L.

i '* in 1801, he- :' -Democratic.party in son, were he living, and then trying to identify majority over Taylor, Anti-Nebraska Wag, styled the anti-American party." in which it .contained.. In answer, doctrine is now emqc d i rjarcplfor7 .
l' a--
r :? .t .the house were pledged Id persevere"in voting rdie hero with such a miserable spawn of the late member, is about. 190. The Rogers The above speech was recently made by a you ask me to 'findritrin-the t .1h section. I !, and has become .Cf&adar. I. have no

:f.I -for Mr.' Jefferson _to the end anti nOne of them federafiwn, such a bastard ot whiggery! a vile Times says: I ygung and an aspiring know.nothing candi. have examined that section carefully, and so comments ta. oiTdr.Tor .. r. ">

M e:' -% -wavered'from-that pledge' "fall" indeed Butwe forbear.urtber. om. :The race for Congress'in,111i5 District\ date.fpr.office. {t.called, forth the following far from denying to Congress the power, it your fourth .question, T' .araijwYfes,;
I' ;: : ment, leaving -the 'Impartial l reader to determine very closely contested between Taylor and I think -they dil, but. rather oo maci; Jn
iaVing of Madison, Jefferson's friendandcuccc&sor -. Watkins. CoL reply. fQID.the J,01Ji a cqii q r.: expressly pretermits any expression of opinion | "." ,...
whether .oer.charge --of political in con. Taylor .was token .up gr er- JI the uesiion." How far short of the the same,style that' .platform,f jmit*'
he ttpon .your
A We would
: } aays-n caucus of the Demo.erotic ally by the American Party .and Watkiij by ;like, for-die fuaof dieting,
-members Congress was held' at stecoy.- g&inst Gee..Call, for ench-in truth the Democratic party. A ,great mangold to see Old Hickory once more .-dieflesh; ground claimed for the parry )by,the.Sentinel! your party'to the' the... I 'should have. Pfmed.the

,]; f ; 'Washington on the same night,_((23d January it was, neither more nor'less/be sustained or line whigs, together with the' mass of tin de- with our young friend before him uttering such Instead ofdeiyiri ;thepeithey' "pl'1. hold. and. rmaiilj 'rfetohstJonItris f1it:., .
.,. 1 : upawnW Wr. Madison recen'OO.83 od2rw." rrfocracy voted for Mr. V.'. and thus elected language. We radier think the giftof speech mit". anopinion. W.'ht.w. f.bfnDe.. : .i'it j..d- : .. ,.
.Mr.Monroe and We have him. Watkihs, although a member of tie A. would fail the pr torunder'dieterrible| 'denial' H vi j'4iaweKftlmDa: :; : ,
.yote& 3fc George Clint n 3.' room to devote but a short space : NOW, sir,I submitthe question: lisa An flu .
'., merican party, was not regarded as being entirely djajstcm old patriot.W u1d4 W'ba k.tohim.Arettiiese :'
;t'. 1 Mr. Madison was therefore nominated for to Major Donelson, in whose defence, from a sound upon the issues involved, and his know-nothings determined .to.4ese- Enquirer.sfterl: :rqthl een'answered t'f Does AN .ENQUIRER. A1,7rEIL. ',

J: .President": And again-." Mr-.Madison.con- passing remark of our's, Gen. Call volunteers.! election here is looked upon and croved 1y r crate die memory of all the heroes and statesmen I 'theAmerican, platform: principles :'sustain -: : -:' :T,

!j :: 4inuedio stet withUeDemocratic: or 'Repub It-wUl'be noticed!that-.tlie.General does not as a Democratic victory," of the past, which is embalmed in the i your d ejara ons.,pf. ft6 H& W ,If it .I fte.teIrf. : L .. :.,. ":

Ilea party,JbrUbe remainder of his political bring forward .a particle of evidence sustain Etheridgft's K. N. majority : ejh 4ii. hearts of tiieirgrateful countrymen, in ;their does; my comprehenjconja.grcajly at ,faujt- : II t', ; i. ..; flf.'. ti:;
.efforts to effeettb
unhallowed ?
i ,na : -career.", the alleged fact which we charged Ma. trict is 753, with Tipton County to be heard The idea of Andrew: Jack on being purposes. a know., and if it does not,I luggest'that your better due.t. :ft_.," .

** Of Mr. Monroe we have tfcu-testimony Donelson with "fabricating," but dismisses from, which would reduce it to aboit 600.- nothing! Bah It is as ,contemptible as it is course would have been;candidly to have 'acknowledged grounds upon ,11 't" ""'''

.i: 0 "In 1816, Mr..Monroe received the non4na- the subject in these words : I here say,and i 0': the four members of the last Congressfrom false to his whole glorious career.Torn /' ,the fact to y ur.readers that you journals placed bj explaining the ody' ,officWdoC i it- report --.ft* t

* i: iiop of the Democratic party, through their .will:prove it,.if it is denied, that all you have Tennessee who voted against the Nebraska I > \J *misled. t them i -"that ,on a careful examinr house of Reproientatrre* Thi ;"JlI_dwt

.1 .cepresentalives in Congress, for President of said or insinuated,against- him il.without the Bill, and all 0f.whomwere ,candifat fort ": Sinners Turn &CIM n9PJipaft..Y;platform did not sustain your act before the H<,**o does not create: separate

) Hhe United States., With that rarty he had I slightest foondatiourin trad/' N.DW.we ..-_.1.&M'q.. ., Vtl.wl ._lC'lllt_.I_ .1.uie_ uijiy__ _ovwnQ__ i L D__ A ,friend informs ,us that during the,canvass declarations, )or .come:p Jo .your .exp ta. Supreme Court qr .eoctictis tfeacnCreated !
lr .
: 'UtiKormly 'acted, under the various names I that if Gen Cairhati refreshed.his meaory succeeded Except him the new dcgafiou of the late election-in 1 .Alabauna, CoL fionsjThis\w s.notpnjydueto? 'youfseH"asacandid ; .it ,abolishe it" HcasJon4P.( !
; 1 "Off1fl.tIf: dCl1, democratic by Gen. DowdcJlon a certain.. coasion. :4.44 ressed.ai and but it 333. 1"t. .-
and
fajthftl
: .republican,I lookinginto Jackson's veto message I is nnanimQBfrin Jarorwof sajd LAW .Journalist, was In wbatrtbia&3 elected1 fa pot pa
;
of
; i large assemblage tha pw$e,pf C'iijjrs :
: and l'jlthm.oash6.eZeaedin 1816,' chief before[ making this positive assertion, he county. Col.'Morris G. Towles, formerly of iie,frpmjouftn he., seft kljible principle of eelre-. It if true,the 18& aeeOce of&*con

magistrate otthe onrto succeed Mr Mad. would not, in our opinion, have been so confident "Encroachments of the Slave Po er." Pike county Georgia,.now Chambers. coun. "Do unto others.yas re-wo ld.tbey..should do templated law rawals the law,of.1851 orpa.-

: : isdn, on'the 4th of March,.1817." .The fed? Maj. Donelson's statement was that When tho Missouri Compromise was,enacted ty, Ala., was present. When CoL D. had fin unto you." You gave'the:ontfines.of,:a poh"t ; izing theSprQourt, let tia I ISth ts eaenacta

. era! candidate was EufusKing, who received GaL Iackson *..would'Dot(rust .a foreigner: says the New'York Day Book, te abol. ished his speech, CoL Towles arose and .stated lea platform which:in,the main, was'adnarable I that ,..of tbek.cciirt*
SJld
.V JT CotOi erer.se.IA9Qwer >
4 .3j,votes.The. ; as a stockholder or a director in the Bank of itioaists of those days hung Senator .tanroann in substance, that he was.no public speaitcr more in accordance with a high toned compose jbe. aod SuprBSQe perf n2.all the:dutiesadministration.
"
'be,was: plain rJ)1 he felt a J
successor of Mr. Monroe was John the United States." Now if Maj. Donelson effigy, for sanctioning such an "eD oach. 3 3eatr; interest af:in the issues before the Southern sentiment, than any platform of of anl1 1 1 rAe, 1S aeeto.4L.rd.

r : Quincj A4ams. Though a moderate federalist meant to include in the word ." foreigner! ment of the slave power!1"-and when this Missouri country, he.wouhi. close the exercises .o( {the principles adopted by any political National How .judges .are-to compose a ccart, thAi

j 1. at first,.Mr A finally supported the administration persons foreign birth butnaturalized citizens, Compromise was repealed, th I' :, Of Mr.'Madison and classed understood Senator Toucey.in effigy for sanctioning had finished his remarks he said he would the (the form all its duties rejoiins to be eiplaio Lr-
. was as we him to mean, and as doubtless an wa* platform, ; 4merican party- A dead Court isuott | subject.ctrtaialy.for
. :r : as a democrat. Ir. Monroe placed him in Gen. Call aUo underwood him to' mean,. other encroachmeptjof the slave power-! thank, aomej brother heard to sing that good old song, a.party.. hichJt appears;had butjittle agencyin the action of, .Judges. .. .I .
often in
his cabinet, with ..die-Approval Gen. Jack- then we say his statement i was a fabrication." In 1820, they wanted the whole territory be.fed so Georgia. beginning, getting it up, and ajargq majority of whose The fact is, however,,thai the Court a not

eon, and.when the election k came.on'in 1824, There is not a tittle,cf evidence in the message -whether north or south of the line 3630 to be Turn, sinner torn,why will jedi.!l. members, it is believed,.would promptly repudiate abolished by this law. Tha Sfctkm,above

,- the votes of die repablican or democratic party to sustain it Bat 3Isj. DoncUon only open to the competition of the free states,and and all the penitent Know Nothings ,would its paternifo.and reject with scorn quoted[ is but a.copy, wjth a

I F were very much divided. But his adminis. meant that Gen.lacbon.>bjccted to the re- now they denounce the act of 1854, because hands than be to invited Bro. DowdeU to eXorwapd,.in token.and'pf.their give their'repentance. the suspicion' at. el,fere. .ejommitted to it. 1 oftheCooa for five tutioDAl and until prtvjoa the 5

.b f tration'showed,, -the. cloven' foot. of federalism. charter of' the Bank on thogrJund, among the territory left just as they said they wanted .Sure. onough, as soon as CoL T. .Having <&aige cLyou! party with these principles otherwise years proyid\. the poiers' of te SF

: and the result was a cordial rallying of the other reasons, that much of i its stock ,wa to have it,, in 1820. Then they said Con. bad closed his exhortation some 'brother, you proceed: contrast them with those I Court should be \'o vestid informed .m ,

i V democratic or republican party" .1828 in held". by subjects of foreign governments not grew j.has no power .to draw a. black line the congregation commenced singing the good of the Democratic, party, greatly to the prejudice by.thejndge .oC&d ',CUC .
favor of Gen.- Jackson through the territories ._ old song, and the.mourners began to_come npi I Article 5, 8eeti.1 J.f1fj.ff-
i !-whom he was trinmphandv resident our own country, not owing alle- now they BaY there fth4tl ter. This was not fair-it was not ..

hif elwted. "A national democratic giance to.it, nd who were allowed advantages ought to be just such a black line. and that they CoL crowded Towles had Bro.ti.ajsjgtjinjnta1dng, DowaeM fio heavily, .right-it was..not:" doing unto otters as.'ye ceedlng Peremptory clause as directioa'to the fonnatioa-Wa of.a W-* *

coiuxnlion;? continues Williams,,"assembled not Jecuzed, to citizen stockholders, then T: An Arkansas of de the new' brethren by.the hand. .Suffice I it to would they should do unto'ye" by other j judgea.t tkan.thj Cat.fl' '

Jri ; at Baltimore.on. Ike '22d'of May,,1832, and lis.statement,was 'riot a fabrication." But Cincinnati correspondent' ) say, that.Ctboutlbrtyl.of :Dark'"Ja.ntema Now, %.:Allen, you are. the editor and the expiraUon.of five 1lia
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r!J, .o min&ted Oen. Jackson for President; and dus.is -.notdiewhole of the question. Maj. saygjhat. 4 John Ruddi. turned from the.error of J't. proprietor of aa"v inmiential press. The time .eo.rc :. ," ,
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who recently set out:with occasion,juxi.publiclyBignified their ..JePeft.tanee .
: nominated. Martin- Van Bnren for vice ,Prai- DOD l l ,said-diat.Gen.. Jackson would not the gold seekers for the in the manner above stated. That.was: has arrived when the }press of\ail parties Courts; ,s&sU j' &tiIa' '
Arkansas River be.
i dent" Mx .VAn' Buren had been GeiLiTs.Secretary tn ..*fonrfgner.at a'director.w" Why, foreign came disgusted vid* the prospect and'. committed a proud dar Jor DowdeU and Towlts,and the tho South, ahqald apeak'plainly,and.trujl fully 'eta term.It ff.gi ej 1'l,._. ',": _

: oft&te.aucLii*a letter written," sioek-holderS'Were excluded by the char- -suicide by shooting himself through I. Antics of Qh"rnbers.Bounty; and'the result.or I to us-fhould, gir. no. party :jjatfona oil .of'. .. tbpeov
,tb'authciy already quoted "to terkus; ireli'frrWdie ,the election show.4ha\4heir laoon,:T "not ff
Lays ,. the lKrectorshlp, as from, any'voice die heart which.it does not(hontsUy stand,'amli&caM fMtI&Mn i\J I_. 'jd.J.1IIV
: democratic members-ihelfgUltturc of New in thtJ'ehoi director I ia I1..Empire StaI&t teUu. hora : .
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? $that this 1 .oa: weeanretjr.. .Fhft slavery I : )
: # York, in February j &;:>* Give, American" politics and American serious. .. .;. ; '"J-t/\t_ i ,'St") '

: cdUnghira, .[Mrv y&rTjJttrf nj io the 'depart-' intended to deceive the, ignorant 'iTha. fact. at a public dinner, ,A the.other day, rehigl n.,r.-K MlA t.atlmftt1. ved":$' :7i'i, ..Iaoeae 7r-'r., _.. ... "
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ptSt&ejro1be; 'suited ktatlon,' be is,'the 'entire 'ttatenientwias a*piece 6t' cjapb by the citizens Staunton, Va, while,pass Wedo&&knoof.ay American religion jour party let Q* know how many men yoahatftin ; i4t

lo G ," ,'N.'T!" 'k J ,: oi of the renegade who .ntteredi.Sep. ., ingthmughthatplaceonlilewaytothsyfr.sp. .bell except. Morroonitm nAtirt ,American Shakwitm and MUleriam. Coagraa vrto. will KistaJn'yocr pUt-! .& to.I .'-t.' f.U :e.

wi not inflaeaee more by:lila,soknol4 ., .CejV teUs ;sui' that Maj. Donelson has. ginla' !ChrMdan are, mlaon.I I Ulitavo'rtUghma.l Ii of ontq The form M H.w wtoptoi at j''lU1th T.- IW "

Ltlents'fccd public'i rvlce*,tiAq.:.by,the BeD 1cflsazty.4s: ;] .true ..Others' have ;:>The Democratic,msjority b'Nordi Car origla> aod4t* fmitid...nol nt1v at Arntj1'. .ith. ''W'.. '. \ M (.. \.. ..t.wr"'t (.. Mt.1in" .. "

.c44' o f the l party' thraughotft doD-tW. ,. mOilMni ;.svhcti they:,weretamedout a. t067.; ot,-Terre Rattta ,J Mi' )*oqrtba .,. rs1ejL.to.hopt& I \I."j. -
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<' fnd reCQ' nijw' fftpeftrermJfteTLegicktefVto the term oT Sfit / rThi act says they \Afina.left.tJje.C'rtfof\ II : b. !' &Sp'aY;DEP rt t *- *- B *--"****"sflsWsrfl- -< **.ta.*F*.*t Vw -
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create it" Jftia"uBald tor be'a, fair shall not holdrfpr )tPi but,at.tiiG. will ofa ,n1iitbv'. : :.r 'or'9.'Mn' nti.. i: .'If{ ) I; itU.m.4.i l 9'ltA .1, I .
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construction OVUMJ worOs, .wnen.over thenfere majority ufuie w : J i ecl" Coaoera11MacG .
le&Iattti anin'\ T6Vs; > 1 .' '-The i'eiisttdd provides:jhat,thtfjasttaa J .one'or:two officers.-:and 1'Joiaed thein-.. : 18fltb'. .. ---w! =- otN." "pD-'
or i-3 ijiL ortCtion ':: .t.' 1 '\ i R : .Gn .
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the!, judges' thereof i1tt= by. bf.cth&Iy; or. othfer 'cans*; by.iuWres*'16\"rnF ** SaiilnVhad"bdicat&a>id, on ej1-tb g : J' ru."IJ Wbta sas .. 4
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.-_ iL* 6f'f WKjl iperformed* "- W&a'' t.j 'aet-'J .them withOut embarkeLq4 ana. : GP.flO :
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.J' '. of Carrera isprovisJQnaiJfresidenJ.-i ..Larvgamman tmbt&e Mth ; .
the bj4 .the The constitution. provides' that causes t '
Crcit Judges. < *.< * removal be stated at length anoVeatered on e r- 'it 1s1Uetlare1 that 1'd I. ., .
eIiveton {
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and 'the 3t1otifledrof prisoners/fj .
of we; Igtwata e.-\o mae OUIU1l'Ue, DJ'leeting'1 the-journal, j judge Ufcf.t.. .c\fJ 'Uidted 1" ......J. 'rl.., 't.- .
; j irice f'thc Ba H C urt.'H; To cause so as to.,give a hearing.I faMdefence.: The>mojb gutted most of th6 bouses, including Ct.P.C trLpt the .UIOt'of I' ......... .t OOtj/-l 1......,.. i.to -

"do .! it'W'. .. f'o\t'd terinine This act'remoyes without any/.cause,.without ,lhat of Santa,;Anna' mother-in-law, iiatrrilbhithe&ooor&o t4 1" ...... ...r. roei11; -
t.the' )' r judges "and'jiua'Vis dboeby notification and without opportunity. of de who'iok refuge in flight. > *. l : I. :p.' bj-ai 10 ..... 400.)0.If: ...._ I$ .
fence. T > ',t' The ppointmehtof! Gen Vidtil, ''Minister : | t; $ t of the rj rtt *topdxiled 12 ...... 1J tO' ( ia. .,,.. tlo.t
a liw i to organize tbeoarVjpassod on tbe:10fli: "- the 'elected t to the United;; tates, who car';passengef ; ) be"paid,&om fifii''to UI&SVM .r ...,i. -t GQ' 61"-_",.. 1.-J :, W
:of Jaflttary,185Iiapmonthaflerwards.. The The constitution says ,justices' ; ;tnd ten per cent he retained ink ta Ap'cauM1xFnlzesL: .-."ltt, ... r4W'Prie k .:..'
"jodgei1 were flicn elected bylhc I'mtnic( by the people ,of the entire'State shall be :the Orizaba, ja revoked.Fuller'advices1 the 'contract, aod swiepUaii. *' amoontioff t ,IfOLOtOt ftnlj 10.0G0 '
of the Supreme Court The law says state that Santa 'Anna left .Ag at *aforesaid.-- .1 numbers. Prize drawn at'isth4piWwftrrttoi I .
''xii(. f6rw4fca[ file.people of ti& $, ? ti .op'the.'sHoptioa judges | ; Zvery "-
ef the IJ 'constitqtio,af hi-.sion in the people of the State shall not elect but the city of Mexico on. .he'pr.t neo of quellingan awarded only to Master 'BoQJm :'arf-wIthOqfr 4!:: .., W
the elected fraction insurrection at' Vera Crax on the 16th. the assfeuraent thereoC exempt 67 strictly cnrfidsrttf rgtewiac**ts by a
1E59L !llMs.orgjmUation ".t1 action referredto that' judges the"same : ; ; i | oftb Treasory,.will be a .." n, .ao..u.tomut'
by'' Mt word..(create'!, in 'amendment nt of,the people shill bej. es"'ofthe Supreme The people pursued course as,in .',- :* at'par. "'Wbol 'Tickets; |*;1r h''r OWaPfl's ,s. N 1

"and'aot tfi"ere tiO r ofthejconrt, effected bj Court.: ,4' previous revolutions.' The office of El ,Univ r. ; : b* accompanied by a written 'i&okaItThrL."J v. v. u.rvwa W 3
constitution' the Circuit Courts sol was destroyed were also other build- ; 'twe responsible 'pet.onsvsrt1- .j"i/ "..".. t.. r.3- = ;
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,:creating what.the ,constitution had al ,. shall have original jurisdiction and be controlled ings. J Dietriot 5 it the sum Attora 11500 r or that the .., ... --5 1". n'r k .' .h:': ,tt
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ready created t. Would they re-enact thepixndafont by the Supreme Court. Fifty personswere and many : ) ',;hfrropou1s be': rw \ :

the .constitution declaring makes them perform original jurisdiction.and ed by the'millitaYy.Delegates : aDd bond'withproperand ..e.yt f \ th1L.Cr 4,
; ef.owerflevcsfed: .in,the.that- the appellate jurisdiction of tho Supreme were to meet at tho city of tur its faiihfel perforiunee. .."If'.,",-. J .
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thqJit4IcW : Court should Court and thus releases them of control Mexico on the HUh, according to a request of .'and Worfciny Drtwingaean rnF ewe .
pnjipe CqurJi That(thefinprenie' after the 15tndy of Svptembtr. t n.1d&Juref Lbs .
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appelUtejoribdlfjtioii .oiif&ndhe eort* I.i ":'The. oon&UtutioRr says.the circuit judgesahaU1i01d' the provisional government .kr a85bdM' f
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6 '6ffice of under the Gen. Carrera is 'obtained'oo appliwition bee o1l1l iJ c1.Tsr-eomnritg.se..theThicMOhJ4y _.
appointed provisional
-pol'.rSni* -ottrta vita all ti'e other const 9ther "profit 'or'at tbe*Office of the Colkctcr im&"tlltMud ckriof tfkDAT
trtttonid regulations 1neeted. th't1V court. Stite. This' law'makes them hold another president for six months. "r J' ? I .j "' -TLundaj alter the Itartb Sabbath In J ., .
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No one..ever thought of this, ye 'such is the office'of profit i in addition. He had. proclaimed the freedom of the be sent to this Department,ad \AouLTIb ;' ,
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The constitution the circuit stating hnl Santa Anna was over. of the Treasury, (endorsed .
.effect of the argiuneoL ,The fact is th.ere fore says judges press Attia ; '
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.no, words of grant in the amendment of any hall at stated times have a salary of not less thrown by tho people. P. M, the is to than 82000 and that they shall receive nothing hid 'RnJlH skanar=
; powers to legislature. The'grant tame in the presence of the : 1L .
.the'people and'such a grant tojthe legislature"would more. This law in addition to thejr salary ONE DAY LATER FROM E 'XOfE. i to attend.. andEiV. #*'rr-s TOIp6 1 ',; f :11 > *% .",:

aefeat the sole 'pbjec propoaea by the /gives other eo pensaii ii. To other NEW YORK, August 24.-The Vanderbilt JAilESGUTHRIE.' '.X POM***I A.M,'.l.awOfJl. f' .. ,' i

amendment-that of leavjng ,Ae election to minds i other objections, no less cogent w'41 Steamship North Star has arrived from: Havre -Secretary,-, : / .I.ofthe-U! Treasury.... icatndHitoralSAow XTK SL-ALB*;,Prtecrprf..ft 'PIsimttlanI J! 'D t4ikMha '
'thepeople.Whygtre. present ;themselves. To us, the act strikes with. Qne.Qay'slateJ'ndces,; than those brought Ioatr-oeb. '' >, h .

&e power to tiiera if tbeJeis- at the very foundation of the Government by the Pacific. to Contractors. 'ft'n jie paI oC ftskilMll D. ._

lature can directly .after their choice is made involving its very being and existence. No The allied fleets commenced to bombard STATIC Enonixxm,BCCXATISTA, ) % E"LnuIllll'"Auiltmt Tui 11I11-- s.

: set it&de.without ceremony and put their 1 doubt in the construction Qf our complex system Sweaborg on the 7th inst. P. 0. Sr.Jonas fiirxs Fix. f mental JJral K Brot'1 t& Giant, ,mod.Mw,1C.., 'T....Ct.vw'....I f.. ,.AI......,..

favorites their places This would be buta of republican Government, the judiciarywas In London Console closed at 91 i. The ADQCST 20ra, 1855. ) 1 This ImtHorioo ut* pre tot to fi*'PobKcvidrMtagca -!

farce --mockery I IGr designed .to be independent t department North Star brings a dispatch from Trieste to will be received ''at'tbis which few '. Alitroeted ct e1 tf

importance Is attached by the report.t above the'frowns and smiles of the other London, announcing that the Allies are de. 20th day of August 1866,for coo- Collcf ,s'oeeUw "tklllpl&."a '
two. It is termed the citadel of the fortifications of the i with iu necessary zp rudagu. State; all SMOCMTJ osbbi1dap and M ei'ute.' j ja
the fact that, te JIIgCS of the.:Circuit securityof ..niqlfshjng! Anapa, on -0oard .Looks Basin, Ao, from De fitted
Boarding tiDcot Uvnoort MdtnJeomfortaUa
.Courts preside on the Supfemp bench by theordr the citizen,his shield and protection against Asiatic coast, .contrary to the wishes of the gt.lob a to Indjaa' Rirer,a dla- ,ctTle p ,'oder the'cpus srtandis4 (beTeeti

and judgement 'f( ;.the judges.of that their invasions and .encroachments., against. .Circassians.. .M10 Mt:; authc*& d by the. themselves; with tW d mastle d.tu1Weardt
court. If the true position of Ihesp Queers oppression of all kinds. pen. Vivan going.t9.tJ3! Black Sea,to ($ Stats of,.JI'J.'at i it*sea- lrthe U .

were.stated there, could be no necejs&jy( V of a .With a Supreme Court dependent upon the choose lauding place for the troops near Ab Liberal AefHrtifl Jin of Adt Internal M protid Im- added to ill UM' .. "d1Ze frr sgti4s..j'IS' .

': notice jot this argument, By the ,w.or.j8501. will 'of a majority of the Legislature, the Batoum. fltate. *System : .! win roetMl b 'te wifcb 1 refaes-tn it oar n csspeiitsntrateS e" ". Il .

,- they are aothorized to hear and determine judges" be removed. at each session as partyor The Liverpool Cotton market showed a the amount for which the both of Bo rd ,and Tdiaett.r6l ei1sfo J

in conjunction/. /: with the remaining judges,of faction may predominate,whose life, for.tune better tone, but no quotable change. the mode and manner in ,whieb DhbMrben.-Ur .";tbJiedPMI t I .

'the Snpreme Court, causes that the.judges of or property would be safe{ who would made whether b lands or money arj reflhsyorthythI.ztlaso(12aueSb. **" f .
the court. are'diaquaIifiedjuid dI& bed! from say,'that.there! was other than the semblance Kentucky Election- Map,,Profile*and estimate obtained can Imr "'. il I
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", horiagacta 1850 p. 12U4t ju.the next of C Jpurts-i4fce. t merest. v' sembjance'fr T (ilti of Jaws- :;\ OVYZLLB. Tuesday, Aug. 21, 1855. : t ( | MY at.-Orange Mill Poet:Of floe of 1ie'. 'o-P.LZ HIfurmtute ,

Jaw 'onlbe sUtefc'b/MA"'pr>Wde -ip'CAse of __ : G. i fijll"returns' ': 'fif our Jbiafe, qlectfori show the J : r. Florida" Proposals will also wen & .:. itJi: I .,
'sick ess of a circuit judge another"one. shall election of six J bow Nothings and:f' four 1 diidtiag. a Ball Road_orer the 1arD, _. .". -
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.act -ia!absence- ana &S Ute.1 rresiaent-r,ot A.the' ARRIVAL.OF THE PACIFIC.: Ann-Know Nothings Congress. The State F. L..DANOY: ,good aodfuniaUd zpenepe-
Senate is made governor in the absence of -.. Senate consists of thirteen Know Nothingsand late* 'Engineer" ."".'", State of.f >Florida.. ? witi U.*, t Uw. ,,'mar> .. -
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ONE WEEJt LATER FKOJt EcEOPE. seven ixnd tho House of ) with'a >ftb t
the executive, yet did any one ever imaginethat opposition ;. : *. l "itJi r8

if was competent for the Legislature to I The U. S. Mail steamer* Pacific, .from Liv. Representatives sixty-one Know Nothings Collector's Sale. ba.i. 0 fti'. ._' r. ..',r *' t

make t1iejw1ge of the:eastern the permanent; erpool, Saturday, August 11, arrived at New to thirty-nine opposition. Morehead's (K. N.) ] authority rested b me,I have this )' I. : "V 1'n ) 4

judg -ot.he.: middle circuit, or the President ,York at half past 6 o'clock Wednesday m. majority for Governor is about four thousand. and will expose,'for sale a the .-, .. 94r.. .
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'of ,the Senate permanent Governor of the ing. I next if not pre wnslr settled, : :

State to the exclusion of. the. Executive elected M'lle Rachel and suit are passengers. dbolr in the City of Jaflahassee. FRESH:: EN".EP8
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by the people! '! Tile Pacfiic arrived out the, 5th at'.."cn Texas Election.I'Ew the city Of fottowti TdJJb? described.'for ,the'property oRoWTIt 0 7 15-4.' .f .,.. ...1
year .
Theiep9tL'escr1bes the newly established I minutes past two o'clock. ORLEANS, Tuesday, Aug, 21,1855.; ] : *' ; '" [> UTA Bags-Flat Tcxnia I. C bb g' f*.. *c,
{folio There is in.the The teamship Arago arrived off Cowes at Later dates from Texas show that: Pease, in the Plan, Cl ,. ..
court as s: nothing : 82 original.. .belonging JUSt reeive4 J, ;;p .! AilES. 4 .
act'"*hieh makes the judges of the Circuit 10 o'clock the morning of Friday, the 10th. Democrat, is elected Governor by a majorityof *J f. Aupt1I5, :_- iy '. '-ifc tReceiving
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Court judges of a separate Supreme Court, The news by this arrival is unsatisfyingmany several thousand. The whole DenocraticState No. 280 in the original' .. Plan be T.J.iL1tcAanux.- - ,,7tZWUZLWTAXIL

and consequently no effort j is, made to invest: rumors and few facts. Nothing defi. ticket is chosen. Ward, Democrat, is 8epteiber1f5b'T b of the J. Northwest Gerardin. addition and.No. :) lARIS.QN WHI' RJ1; ,

tKan widi.an. office by act of the general As- nite from .the Crimea. Private advices say .elected.. to Congress from the Eastern Dis- ] the County quarter, for taxes du '

scmbljr to which they could be called..alone that bombardment haa been resumed, out iRaa-t-5.helonafaz to Wand -_. .and. Forwarding. .,. :. .. 5 5W
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by 'a-vote of the people, voting by general as yet we do not know with what effect- :: 1 : \ .,- .

ticket They remain judges of the Circuit General Markham is spt>ken of in certain circles WASHINGTON. August 22.-Judge Moore : !'.WILSON"t. 'v ,' t.TiCofletor.. "' *':i't'- ;NJt.L'. ,.. ; "
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their commissions the t.o' succeed to the command of Alabama, n.is declined the appointment of .
Court remaining same, as likely- ; Augt4th,1Z&3t.. 'top ..: ,
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no new out* are They areas r to "I.Notice. .
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circuit judges required to perform the duties Campbell's appointment would be more pop removed. claims against the_ estate of ... :: c .
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and are vested with the powers of the ular. The Queen is desirous to nominate the deceased:late..otaa J.derCoODt1. .,+ ,.;-!...< 'W'ftU' r. -- : ':- : }.

.Supreme,'Court" Much. reliance'is.here and Duke of Cambridge, but he prud'ntJideclines Sam's Foothold In'the South.' tojr
throughout the report laid upon the terms, the honor, offeribg, however, to. go out as At the.last: presidential election Virginiagave : "lfiU die time prescribed by law OL'OTH.-) : :' 8&

"Separate Supreme Court,"as if in fact there second in command. Meantime General Simp. a majority of 15',281: for General Pierce.; will plead please bbotoftbeirreo0Teryand set&e theme with $ CoDri.. j,.. .., w.. .;q.J f :
'Court and continues with the Omer Pacha is Notwithsandiiig fusion and confusion, the ;.W.f'f.. .
were two Courts Supreme a son army. ,. & vAogost 4i .I: $. .. 6 ir-3t-, .
Separate Supreme Court, whereas:the latter appointed commander-in-chicf of fhe Turks in alliance of whigs and knbw.nothjngs, _and an OATH.RtNEBUtE" -_- ---c. .. -4. -L.-_ .. .

term' is used only as descriptive of a Court Asia.. Some operation ,.ofno great moment increased vote of 27,123. Wiso'a. 'majoritywas : "JAMES C. :EVANa SavannahMd1caI College*. :- ,_

filled ,by.Circnit; judg ..The,truth is there have been executed by the allies in the Sea of ,. 10i80.; '. 85. Third O r t t r To'fDllht u-
.i 18 now, and there has been but one Supreme AzoST The/Black Sea fleet is still concentrated North( Carolina] gave Pierce a majority .c I THE o mmen&ois the1rst Mnd*1 uvemb.rnext.
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Court, whether ;$lfed"for a time Superior for !some .great movement A :coupdc 686. She now gives about 8,000 democratic Qtic ,;'t ': 'a'' .4 v.I. .
Court judges:Circuit.judges r.by justices main isJ'confidently expected in the Baltic. majority. in >oai the State Mr.JOSEPH 'The Clinical Lectorea ui Madtfiw"and* .Somnrj
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of the C utj'co.n titutio Ilj., elected by the Ninety ships are assembled at Nargen, and Tennessee gave a majority of 1,680 for tar cnd,1.a borizedageqt. *.,to. ,1"trap", ': q.t.he kLmpitaand 1AL aftober.4.pduthiutO tb .Cv g cIii1

.Lagjs ore-.andl people. Pm.ef mist opinions on board are divided as to .whether ''Scott. She now gives about 2,000 majority namS.FURMAtf CHAIBES. :- or r-fl-, .. .:'j, '' :po.-.A
the remarks the their destination be Revel for that unwavering democrat Andrew John S4-4L; ..
anr-'we quote ( Snpreme or. Sweaborg-most. o < 1P'AaULTY. :. 1* prt: *
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Crt: of the IL, BAa : to1he probably.)theJatter. :: son.. "_. ;- .b.--.o"- : .II Z1 '
a Decent case --'J ... T'. .-. .OJJI
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.1111 U deIt '.tJ &aiiDa, '.P the con- The well-fnformod Paris correspondent of Alabama gave majority) of 11,843 for Pierce. tb ''Male. and'Female ) L n.t.r" ''. .... '. .:. .
I" tJ6etetrie; and'DiMuM _
'nna D lrthe.idOD .Florfda as a State the London Times ,.tates.that Austria has just She now gives upwards of 12,000 majority 'JI,;Kol.l.Oq. ..; ,, 0 Wa 1dndple .". 1' _CL-'T.l. .m.-

Into Ole Union, the organization of the Government made.spontaneous advances. more friendly for Winston.We l erQn1wLrMrida. ? *andTraetMeof Sor,wy: W.O. :

under-the ..new'constitution, became relations.towards the.Western Powers. Lord have not been advised of the 'precise i the abore Institotion"wfll be re 1f..D. ,.1-*. .-44 j. l4 iIf : itfLMediczl ; .t.q;

complete, as erenr dtepartment became filled Palmerston, in Parliament, conveyed a similar majority qf.Gov, Pease, in Texas, but we J. : ,Monday in October. next. nn- Cs-C.W.WxL-D4.fr'. .1"1

.,*1 jfja.e bjr, ife'wo tioTi'"of the Territorial meanIng, bat the public axe slow.to believe have no.doubt thntJmp' \'. thingism has been of D. M.Dooe1J'A. IT, Prin* ,Iutitvti of MfcfiofaE. H.Hairm' ,.M.. D. 11';
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t lira. RW.Ferguaoa Priocipal Aodomy -'i { t "'
Uwi: *n3 sppotmeutothe. Territorial functionijria Austrain friendship,; repudiated in Texas as decidedly as it has '-', Maurl&'X ndMediesI ,JUispradeDC.J.B.Rn.J1 .

.. afUjetiinei) iqg. .Feane. y&'Porter A despatch from Vienna, dated on Aug..9, been'r pudiatRd in any of her sister States of. : ; secured the Mrriee of ProfM5< : ,' .-; -. .. v-i .

0 BcJJr'241. says: the South. hero moue,for a term of yeara, n *IJcI. WrT
Intelligence has been received that both the : Corps of T..chir'*J er.; Peas for.tb. anm-pourae,.......$105 00
; We have already seen that the Separate Russians and the Allies i are' for THE MASSACHUSETTS DEXOCR.\CY.-Boll. : I. 'Tery fjiqility for"'il thritongh acQlationTickMl,............ .....J9oo j
..Court .abolished! the preparing a "'
Snpreme is: by act, bed | iastitutJon.trer, With a Amjja,fiuiliti m b. .w.t.atad> ;pi
thai no''ojherni4 created,,so thai there is to grand operation at SebastopoL ton, August 21.-TLc official call for a liber. eoannod'1fek ecflIl tfi Fr&ctieai.Mstonj. Board tut bftbut atfromf .to..

nif, C i herrf, ;:;[ ..:erinv'ested with'no officeto'hire SIEGE or .SEBASTOPOL-LATEST DISPATCHER al Union Convention, at Wd.reaLer,*' August ?.with! bbil&Hihical'"apparatpaj tl perweek., ,.7ovfurtbel&aattW43TLDD' :".....,.*.
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.""no. .commlaaon", ,of',course-- .take no July 28Geu.. Simpson tele. 30th, is sjgped.by the State Committee of 24 .W1&J the useful.M; wdl'a ; ,PL'' .. '

i.tJ required of ell officers, civil and mil- graphs: Since my, dispatch of tile 24th, 1 persons,including Bradford L. Wales, a for. fotmlanU iD the of enlarged riew:.and _A' pt. 11_ 18._$_:_ ." .. ... _J' :'
or.trcod
have nothing of importance _to relate, We mer.Hunker.Democratic candidate for Governor art a
State that
itsrrJUa.tbe they arequalified ac- *ned by mme together witfc the Dis6olutfon o f go p j. .
continue to strengthen and -improve our ad. ; Isaac H. Wright, late Navy "
corcij to iostitudon'to'1. ercise theirIts agent, ; and. moialitf of the village, Co-partoerabi bfoetng Ibetveeodb
oftiteL" **#&?&. possible that'the. :Leg- van 4.works-' ,.wluch are now sO close' .to.the and.formerly a distinguished democrat, and at ;: place 'of e4 education. both for THE .t SLUELbth dr -

..ft io 1tUi&e.-nopced.thisiecommenda- enem defences" that 1 regret to say our others formerly Whigs and Democrats. ,aolr* brDlutu t' 1I' :. tia
don it b oab1jover4keLJo hebjury casualizes are necessarily:considerable.] The They sayftWe are-determined: 'to. resist fanatical I on reasonable terms,with the 8 are teq..&5 '
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Department t.. also',b j"ri to ,, 'JJ ct z.r
aDd titetitofthe close of the SeSSIon; enemy exhibit great'a tivity'in adding to and legislation iq; every for ) the last exlremity : e. m f.at.this. -
.. deou dv againit (lb.MUM arill'.pt; ****prtMot tUoa
The report makes the constitationality! of improving their defences, and the conveyance an 1 subtitutefor thepresent demoralizing : : By order of tta Board.D. / T:> .THOMAS ..WHITE.:

ila;! ,o d poitbing: '.I-1n of military f*stores' ,from*the north 4 '.;tothe ll sooth liquor enaclincJli a.just(and. practicable WILLIAMS, Secretary, -'I W1LP.3LUS3ER.Anguat .

'. f Ae-ordirmrr DO v went* < /f1dis1attMta : sItIQuncreasnZ.. .' -: '.Chorerahas. f. nearly", .- ....' ceased.- license law. We are all willing. thereforeto Board. ofTrmteea." ,4, 1855., 'at",'. w ; ,
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I .ti Dj&IId; ; ,doat of the:proposedMawrisan ia.sneranks.oftie. a.rmy.:! forego our connection with every* other O.
1 act pf1itionand; therefore ,August 2.-Evenin.--Prirca Gorischakofl political party for the time being to wage a given that, anplkatlfln wfflb ,lda factme.d, A ,. '.

contudonkIfi1z were granted: it wonlbe. < writes:Nothing of importance is'going o'n. .war of eit J.1nation this and. every.kin 1ab1red Ffcfkla, at iU tasmn' L'tunene' aon4OOBosx1j,*rio.snda
; alteration anii- QMadmenU to MiiuZtnrrd
.T i'ftIDIipIaea
abow The vigor,of the, {Russian] fire prevent theworks dred enactment.
difiecdt Jo throughout the whole 1t. *1Ie Rail Roavd Company I_ i'M:: ..utMabutsmdo -
range ,of'twr legklAtion and that of all the 'of the, besiegers from advancing' and They give as their reason for' toi. joining wdl be iaArjae aJtera- : 'Wfn So be;&; ."onod/arAJ is i

State*of tfae Jnioo'having a constitution like their fire is weaker. other parties in substance, that thy,cannot: A BenueoU SnJG.6rta Rail will be aold lower than nun* qvafirrout b*hiddowi

roara, an, 7effort'oQ,:% part of a IjegtslMore toftlan August 4,-Gen. Simpson' telegraphs that trust them-that.they have l IWlt themselves. ; to the former notice of bat I for frq rawual. coarkcta and _r bag .to rocdMrti
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m'LL orjie' the the faction which the law. DASJELI ADD.Newport. .
UIIIII8'V.J'ere( the peopja Jiad' the fRujBsians 1wi'.a'' : night on to passed ) : 34pice. .Acaro 4.. 1M5. 81 .
already fleeted to-:die same office in(JJOTSU. Woronzofl road, as far: as th'e VatlZ'de. -- -- ;- ; .- -'.I-.,- J.
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p anee of the-teqcirements of their consttafion.TSafe / fnx't,'boi.were repulsed wjthon trouble.l '.Letter .from, the HOD. D. 8.Dickinson OB lit", Tax ,CUebti'38ab.I4- 1"(1 ,- I

.- j is another. teit'ven, to acts of tliileg J Angus 7- 19,P. M. Pussier tellgrsphs 1 : ,the. Kfioj'. otJii ,Qrier a.4 Platform. : 'out Os4atmt; of 6.F.End,j b r-4. -- J. ill !-.Llta. _
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bnsmesi at 3catravill .
islate;jbyx-the; COb tation itself; i itT these -Northing of interest' to. commu i .te. The We have alwayscpntenHeo'/in s pit ..the ; due the laU firm of Byrd sad B ltipotf -'.ad'. ; _

words. dJQ.gd against .trangretaion.upon eneroy,.baa.llpt.undertaken* anything againstQJ -claims of..this Kuqw Nothing organs .in this ; ; '.ottatajO9Ri&aaiM of the 1M Ooart..thety ern..1t* WIi. .
the H hts of the,rpeople 'declare that Xtceiac ejB.cases, of cholera Mfa Mr. DICKIKBON would ; ] 1 IM. the bows of 10dfft&1 _u. thsMooday
; we State, that place him i ao Ji ,the
re-atmaared. -- .. ". .. ., : t .
every thing in this article')(Ae declaration o sou on record.against bat organization' and -*- -,* : ;
.tMnta' t.JiIIID'tor.1t"l
: I Adispaich-u published in to telTwn: od at loir..Mfi, >ej !
rights) is aceep&foot t4.bC the.general powers ; .aa !Mows. tieP&nspauera its.brlnciplf s. ,'Whatever doubts we may have TsUslTstiKe, T ooa-*'... _
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of government,and cnafi lprorer,jj qiain:invitberetd : had OQ'this R suwactpreyiQas the disruption _.. eNaha"!.\.10;',.'I-QU&." f1It '
;adJhat.aI"Ja. 'or to Jihe1een received, V .v iena4 of the Order raiaaelpbia'weluivd) had nope "-,, u' ; ,. \ ,\.4.. .F:-' .f .' I'
fWf'aIIo. Taganrog,. dated 25th of July. Taganrog have 1'iO 'li' r i '''r ti
1Dg, o ttiO rits lf I since. The catwtrtpbies-that overtaken :' i.oA 1. ..t. '. ,j'ri-
ihii be .Y01 d." .Article 1, 8ectI1j.Cn.: i had been bombarded for some days by'the tije order at the Sontn, $ (the vmani .that '. ; 'aI
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.titntioo'" :: In this*.aad prerioas'-nMnbers we I allioo 1a1p .. Aa.Engllsh steam-sloop had have characterifled.it, have not been likely,.to .E OO. .I' f 10 TE
have deawwahowLm*contrariety 01]: got,on sEora ap< burned by the Russions, conciliate the favor 'or the nlel ec. fau. aspiring J ,.( ;*W*' ', tI
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thiw4e&iuywqas butthecreW escaped.? Mr..D. ': > :'coTr lI.i'- .
ri peUtieian !like
tq1h4't4f" OD;: ; Ztuu;-; .. -r.
Tiua "Ii.Itated:. (99*j (f" The town of Bendiansk; on the Sea, of 'l letter Was written in June last from : ; tJ ; t" .. -

tKII1itf c1' ei; 'j'1iI"1)r AfeJf. bad beep vigain b n tiarde. The'iiOn6 this cit ty.and1sdre 'tothci i. editor., tthe. ':; : 8OQ& Tl1te; ..
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E t.1Pt _"y? 'D:11 have Many'ofJfp DICKIN.SON" : u' l ,
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bet: twoth.'t friends will notbecootended vvithitare- : y : I-
l af'alre-aI1d (&* every ::1 n8MHp&Jc>f. :coup de '1 .1"0 *tfl ...
EieeivLIILi
t 'I' rOot BerfationsAnjl; i partial> silence Jland wethink : A e tlllfaJ **&amnt* _
1W t main to. be tt ,zpted) agavwijpni m .. f : 7r &mHtnt4
.veLt.thS iud! laI. ne the Baltic fd "f! sjULthe';ships of both ,"L_.t.e caji.asja/eljr'venture lo propbe.cy : : t 'LoW tett ellJI4 tf Z
.m.s s.pr.u-Coart-confas. ts'j dteiioo' Beets 'W dDA'.Iif 'flneIJ' and *it'wifl b''(p3IQOd by" other, .I letters,' : 1Ioii\I J\Udl .ii Tbe B fl6.a..;i torS, "NK'LsW4KH
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the l E 101 tM.lf J Secti amc.r.---
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P9GtljaIg ere and confirmfttbiy .Q jve.foretold ;
UJ letters menfioa.a general &niciPioi that explanatory. : : 1IiIIII ofthep1 1 .
..= 18kt 1di.e 14 .th weaborgr ah3 HfiMn !*(win,be imrae iatelyj this epistle i iUeff. ,' : ,btp two Begi tiM.....
te** w DMI':re>ttbi. pG)'W. confer 'attacked-. *> J "***? *. l v 'i .> # i Afr/DiCXiNsoN Is opposed to.tbfe of i .t'iaa'Slatfc.fkrJds fl=TKAC&JSj5itti _

Md defin! it' *on-ud auigo'thcae .A .ramor.aft? -.J -" ..conttadjctoVv'jW i 'f W secresy in political organixatipn'i. -e--th_ !*nkibgieCdriltd ati. a ,J. at"Ifladel'pmi I ( 'N.IL:81'IW.&mffiOli tl: : _. ff ? W.' l? *9 1
) l&Vel iid 1 e>Qtnq the parional pUtfonnj/s dopted' t July 18H. -. 4'.' : -q".' _
The constitution dec1res tht il1 jdsce: i I '00 wItlau., .iI, t : .*. T t '8 O'firf ks'S rebi* s"to the ,question .Cff1ai!. t .. : ., C l : _at--





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't': .1 i' e. '- t 1iId. air,"bleb= permineptly to i4 : :
rs..r ijt t. : Ifi".a of. two door below McDoogaD's Book UXeJ.hm, : ;

t .tr 1' t:Ne".Vork a tuU nppJ" e. aI urp'Riaa' ;.On -i2 ,o.wot-wkentft e.tbhetioythidsta4rn fs cone,and *rr .trnI be read; at'all time*.M>do;every dewripfen$ it. J. I _

4 .d ., PalD- .,0111" W'mdQw. T s''V&-. ttm.tJ Cross and 1 ItcMog,'rote alr cutaneous Vrupdons,.and1 red- work In-theirline.. Chron V1WebtWSIbeIJtube etertupJfZPkcntLe*. ,-' ,. I, .h. ,

: IbX11tt7s4 WiUiau. .M rTiD,, bn tier*tl e Malt perfectly ftealthy by rtttorlng Aeleoretiv .' er.0yirnder eomm6n ., MER .
... :, '. .!'\I.,. .,. -AJ.IO-- Ban q 'indbi. Wife, ; *organ* to theIr original jrigor and strength,and shortest notice; abdeceriptioQ. Jobi IDa VIOCQ RAYZII '
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: g,4ctatt.nUon fo
1'f. tanjc am r ; .
buIi-'fII
-.T".. otbft4; i thus supply nutriment ,nd coloring matter to itIt
F&IT Bratld. "
: d& !ht 1s. Qh .. ef tbe lIon Jud doesno color the hair,tut ia in Determined u that nont shall go away uUssti4" :I IGoedworkUoma t .!Gj J $,
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pursoaneed "perfect
oDoIbi.1roms1t$: t.I qarl.! a sak
IN and :
'sdwrGSuWds J Circuit Court made on the 8tb'day of February, Hllrfav( gontorand Tonic. : 'i"h--' I ,: 7.r9 atjjo. reettvw/ at
;" l&ftS ia the aCoresaid I'do notice .To'lb' *' who IO much admire tbe beautiful SKU t. ,, Lea
00 Oal. Cact\rotl.1'o. 1. >: eaure btrebjJtq' young HALL'4.oo. =
} to all claims of lock sad ringlet,ke feel"that he will be ,, \ ?
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Lamp .,' penoM having againrtsaid mate( Leigh pardoned,if ,jL.rAti.inrs. tf .
Six ioo.NoatsIoo') Raa .to file ifa*. woe fbr'ptymept.as Ear aa'tQ asset', heciffmstbvLo.sug <*ted by J long atody and extensive : .1. Ing Good*,.Cfexb*,

:c .; iO 4 r '?. .:"' Bwleil. \ date that a final diupwitioo of.tbe'jame":may be bad stimulating'oil .for the hair,and keen always upon the : !Finer Black Drea -

: "100 23 Xegt Ni'. 1, White Lead, and the adininistraioc" ,: released. from, i&dIiVMr, *- toilet,'a botie of''the' restorative'for OCCUIoaallN DAVID 't: ,1., Bto) *jwd ; :: : .At- -'
tion. and can that bsoce&rth silver .BO.ineUQCatJ,
'SOExtra ."' we safely predict, leek : 1 .
.L'P I : "30 ". Tfcre HUGH, ARCHER,J..,'Clfrk. aad.bald beads-will, be otilreovnt,for
; :: e'- Zinc Paint eM Special.Matltr in Chancfry.. roM may blossom upon,the doeroy cheek-the, dark IS and other vessel his a 'Blsci and
1000 The Fire Proof Paint Feb. : Window JUV orted aize. A large till if the natural'' fluid be withheld from the hair York 'and fancy and Cord .
!'I 100 Boxes w in New ; purchased on ,&be most favorable M
Nott e. and ia it become first dead and harsh JBa k and
Fawy
tc- -, eon.equeDe ,
matfti4t.-Bru
# I ask>rtmeat of Painter's I terms, many of them at reduced price*;which will 'en ,
T -y H..AMES. 'TlHIRTT days after the first then grey or falls off nature will be robbed of.more P&iiey Vel* t
. \ v ", publication of this able him to supply bill customers and all who may (*- "' '
\ < J itS. 1854.' 21 JL notice, the undenigoed' Qoarcianof Smilha Aos. than halt its ebanna;'and although' H is a sovereign roar him.with a call either for'cash or approved docw. do .

:zf L Josephine W, AlSoe M, Heory 0 L+William,M. and remedy for those who are gray as well as those who credit, at price certainly a* low, if not lower than Whit.I .' Veil
t, -' t ; ,. Just Received James A.Herring; inCrau under ,the age of tweutyooe are bald, still all see the ,propriety of making only any house,in this city. They i in part consist of *JD* r
; will 8\1clll\.D application to the hair and.scalp as 1*calculated A fine awortrocnt ;

;' ::fyr TTn.. R. Pettesfrom New Orleans : Baker years, Judge of apply the Circuit by petition Court to of theHon.the.Middle J.-Wayles Circuit to preserve,it both in a perfect and healthy itate. Boots Fancy and&staple Shoes Dry Goods" tationery, White and-001' red ; 4Wbisb'ft :&

'r j : RANGES. Lemona Pine Apples Goava aDd of Florida for authority to utt a part of the following !- From flat Editor of the Real Estate Adtcrtixr n flatdwe Drug and Perfumery. lug Bteek*, Oott o a MCM tine1

\t ; Q ,Oamtat Jelli t Prunes Pears, Sardines Fick- real estate of said infnnts to wit: Tbe S W i ScAo.Street.Boaro.v. 3olk>w.Wares, S Groceries*ddteq.,, Drawer. Brown, Dearly h nrf my, sTh i .S-,

G-- tied Oysteni, Brassy Peache\ Preserved Lemons i of Section; tbe E j of tbe S E Jof section 5 ; the March 20,' 4.Prof. Crockery t Glass Ware Iron and 'iW. White and ) ,
'Orangea-ine Apples and Ginger. Green Gage Mar- E i of the N E i of section 8 the S W 4 of the N Steel f;_bicb are offered
1 ; ; Wood Dear Sir become Hats and
;. : -Having prematurely Caps Bagging and ITIi
: Rope, aad.warranted '
Strawberry a* good ,
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8."l1p.iRaapberry..do. section in .
maladeJinoo 4 and
r 8; about-twenty-five acres sections I induced weeks since to Bonnets and Trimmings : $ .
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some Oil 4'l
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; do. Pine' AP1.d9IVd: Ginger do. Raspberry Vine four and fire all in Township two Range three. examine
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1 ; make trial of your hair restorative. I have used less Men and Boy's Clothing, ) *sy
'.5 Fresh 3lmoo, LobsUr. Haddock. Hnllibut and North and East ia the of ,Leon and State of November 4, 18U.
: than two bottles, but tbe gray hairs hove all disappeared October 14, 181\4' 41 ;
t. j .ihad. .Assorted.Pickles. Scotch Ale aad Porter. Florida; a small portion of the above laodj to fa re- ; and although .my.baias not fully AtUuwdita -
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1N&.OOO Havana Cigars. served from wile color the of is Florida Hotel ,4 (
;': original yet process change gradually rfle M
I 1t :r ) D H. AMES. NANCY R. HERRING, Guardian, gl.ingvD and I have' great hopes that in a short time J\JoNTIELLo61EFFER.So COTJNTY. SIX 1 MONTHS ft wtimeee.d tag Wep
By D. W.. Wwynn, Attorney. .istrator of the
.'May 2 6,1885. 51 my Imir will be as dark AS formerly. I bare also boon :MceWImtit,7 t.se.
if ; July 8, 1855. 80-41 n'ucb gratified at the healthy moisture ntid vigor of THE undersigned gives notice to the pub ed,late of Leon' County :

Great Land Sales. the mal r,'w Mch before'was' harsh IIDd'dry, and it baa -iI that he fcaa refitted' the Hotel in and Touchers to the

UCXULKS. T. ,.iia, um., ClUBLEfl- V.. OWJL9 I ceased to come out as formerly. Montieello, formerly kept by Capt. Newman County, and ask to be ? afl h&e& 'lU x*
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of a decree in Chancery, die underr 'w- -V -- .rJ'--
Itt ; JN punaince Respectfully yours, D. C. M. RUFF. and will be prepared to receive visitor* by 18th EDWARD 1ha9e
will offer for sale'at the time and BIECHETT & .
DOWNING
places
., : of Ap14l85.
I November. The house is (in i .
now
fcemndesignated! upwards of a million acres of land CHICAGO, May, 64.-I have used Prof. Wood'sI thorough repair. ,
--.1' : besides lots in the City of Apalacliicola! and in the TTOR\m AT LAW & AGENTS, flQR CIU5IS2NO. j Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevents and will be BO managed' as to promote the comfort of
L :
: "TewDof1foiwport. Florida the |Toprty of the APALACHICOLA 490, Sovrmil "frce'f, 1 the hair'frord coming out/gives it a gfo S and softness guests and boarders. Attached aregood stables, : of
2 4 LAND CpMPANY;" v%: Suchiportioos WASHINGTON CITY. very desirable.. The.few,gray hairs had have where every atteotion is, paid to horse*. .Terms as iTS hereby given that ( itakile
. a' ; )sail I lands a* lie in the Counties <-f Leon. entirely disappeared. Others of my family iave usedt moderate as at any other Hotel in the eanntry.. A .1. era! Assembly of,th ; -.*ftu bP
; ; : Wakola! ad dedtn..will be offered in Tallahassee WILL practice before tie Court of Claims, and i nnd concur with me in pronouncing it all it professes stare of custom is respectfully.oUci d. at.TaHahasteeJo '

the FIRST MONGAY IN DECEMBER next; claims before Congress and tbe sevt 0 be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Avenue. C. BLESS. mad fe>',amend tbtf i to take jt,to it will sins i'cae
oo .
-i_S,. S ': .UU__ I .LIla"\t _tJal.... _.\-.1..... 1....... ;... .Vrs111'hi._. .... l".umtv,11..--.. n.'-, 1.,,- eral July! Departments.28., 1R&Bryant. aO -,Montieello. October 28. 1854. ly _'4SAfiENCY cola.. It F. -)
j
.
e the FIRST MONDST IN oI- -- -- J-EOF. WOOD 8 ORIENTAL BENATITX .RR.
offer(! at Apalacbleola on LKIj': OF THEETNA
1.t JANUARY.:6. These lands lie on the Gulf Coast, .Burnbarn, A lu'r .. ) !Hamilton Circuit This Liniment is \ valuable the INSURANCE C.O. 8.'JJ ) cure i mrne OUST to call. 8K1U
r: .t extend from the St.Mark to the Apalachicola River. yt. > Court. of some of tbe most formidable auxiliary to disease treatment with THE undersigned, Agent ef the above Company., Apnlactfcola, April: tlmfltb 2(1I :W"- t2K*
James Durnbam et aLIT j receive applications for and make insurance, .oo .
and mdade tile Islands on raid coast. which itis our lot to contend fur instance inflama-
: t The term will be on>third cash, the,remainder,] appearing to the Court by affidavit filed in this ion of the lange and bowels. ;By a thorough: and continued against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame. Buildings! Leon ;

'la qoal instalments of one aud two IIW with iutertst -. that WiHianafS..Jackson,and Elizabeth Jackson application of this Liniment over the regions oftb.e Furniture,Merchandize, Ac. Dcek' ad=.IiJ
"(S i from Uy .f cale." r are residing in the Southern Circuit of the State affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseases January 2'.1858. 4 B. O. LEWIS. E tabliabment. es of

".. .'. 'For propertparchased.t lh'e sales the .CT p of of Florida. and Canny Bnrnham in the Western Cir are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, DR. LEWIS THIS j?ill be' .rDl oorO.

'i:; ,z tbs Apalachksola Land Company, owned by Stock- cuit of said State and John Heaven, Mahala Reaves, particularly among children, and thousands of mothers I all work done with D : their isZh-TbidpIdb _ti

5 i; j "hol.or.their ftS iguee wiil be received iu paymeutjd'itsreltttve Aulden Boon Margaret and Alfred Burnham in the were they allowed to upeak, would with all the RESII>fc.TT DENTIST. All kinds of work, tJ ft. ,. .Iasinsu.

'Jftf ., 1 j value. _. State of Georgia and Lewis Burnham in parts un eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united TALLAHASSEE, FLA.IS Gin Gearing Sugar 'e.bo ,, '

'' 'a .t S UQHN BEARD. Receiver, lc, .c._ known.It testimony to :the fact that it has snatched their chil now inserting Artificial Teeth on the, Shafting;Pulleys,'H ; 'r bot".. 't! ft _

[ : :' .' July rt'oIS(1S tf2Tbe is ordered that raid defendants appear and answer men from the very jaws of death and restored them @ new and improved principle," wkh I, Casting, fte.;.also,' : = '
.. S; ..., Florida Sentinel Wakulla Times,and theI' this Bill on.or.before the first Monday in Novemberuext. .to their.former health and beauty. Again it will be continuous gums, from one side to the, .constant!v on band botdet

_, LpaJ* 1ie Ooaimtrcial Advertiser will publi6b till ., andthat this order.'be published in Mine found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is generally other without seam or crack leaving no place for the ment will be done ,by m faqtuut-Wbel4alf:alnj Rtf4"iUwf*** l *fcittl*.

) notified to cliscontiuue.i newspaper within this Circuit, once a week for the known as an Agne Cake, or an enlargement of lodgment of food, thereby reqdering them perfectly the strength and' MEJfo, JJl-CWf /0
.
< space of four montbs'prior to said time. he spleen, indeed iu all cares where the external application life like, and restoring the original contour of the face, Competent Workmen riat tkMith- 11._
I':i t Hardware, Cutlery Guns, Nails, AT CHAMBERS, .J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. i.a (service, this Liniment will be found use- so as to defy detection. He will attend to all rails Engines. Aa. J; 1 bfr f *"*" 'toOth' 1 UiJ UT

Shovels, &c. July 28, 1855. 30-im f u 1. in Middle Florida for Full SetU. Those witFull Terms will be liberal JJrct.. bs. .".'ra

invite the attention of Merchants WOOD'S Setts can obtain all information by Tetter. cash, or accepted orders ,
,
.: .- 'r HB Bdbseribers Goods. PKOF. VEGETABLE VAOIL LIFE PrLi. necessary a ftI' iD die... .
t 3L "Tlltihg New Tcwt-to1bcr tock of goods, em Spring BLtS. mID.M:1y'3053. Prof. O.J. He .wjll wvraqtia.etell Jl1tt oce.satisfaction and place. Liberal prices 41ek'd. r.,. ,_ ...
Woon-Dear I rJ .i t 11
: .ot.J.
S %radnj complete .anstyifn'the above line particu- r HE Sub criber8 are receiving }per Gamble," Sir:-As we have used and seen.nsed for prices to.suit the time ;J."erme.QW1. or.when ..cafledfor. ;Brass.
'. trade which JL Remington and other recent arrivals a number All letters must Jbe. ( ) >; ; y '.1iI.
: .5 1&.ljd5ipted to' the fioothjern they are a com plate ufyears, ) .
I;, : 1. ?pftto1eU at low prices 'I'Oaih- or appruvedf assortment Goods suited to the'Spriug and bummereeadon .to jour recommend Vegitable them Magic to the life Pills we are prepared June 24, 1854. 2 J. M. { Lf"&:". .. ..- .Co., '.' ..7.
public as '
.
STOW A consisting in ofhats. superior March 11, 1854. .,a/. .
, Cre. SMART part to all others, and Infallible in the cure of the diseases for Sale. ':. .
. ; S : 128 Pearl St,and 94 Water St, New York. for which they recommended to tie-Cot.y t
are
.1. .; JaDe_ 3 1855._S5-flm_ Fine Palm Leaf:Canada French,and English Straw, JJ.B.XcacbA. n. Fettle B. JD.; Albro, P. Jaoobi, FOUR small 80 Farms acres each in Wakulla with gcod County dwellings, containing and P.. B. ; : ,the JoJIowir f 4-
Planters Black Orin Bnteel, Sussell Edward Lif l&T LID :
Leghorn Super. Panama Misses and Spencer Gilber. John
Circuit Court. In Chan out houses on the same. Enquire at this office. : .'ICimii&'ot': 7lw
In-Iepn Ladies Bloomers,trimmed and untrimmed. Albro, LUCIen B.Sweet -Elias R. Sweet John Hacb- October
; Bill for Divorce. raft, [ 14,18M. 41 ted-Yiat e 1'
ery NathanieliGilnooreTJameslH.'PJne: Win?Johnson,
(
: Clothing.Sacks t.
"Sarah Jane Johnson Williams, 0. Lawson, C. Farrnr, D. Landers. t '
Price
; ; Blacksmithing.A r Charles
..- r mp"t.l Frocks, Paletots, and Paula of Drap d'Ete Paor. WOOD:-Dear Sir:-Having used, and ex- rnIE ? ; _
: Alpiwca'Queen'a Cloth Cassimere Planter's Linen erieoccd the effects of TTACHED to my JAvery .1. form oa; Charlotte 'LO *
: William T.frice ) your Vegetable Magio Life :
Grass and Brown 1:1. Stable is Blacksmith ..-' __. public WHliam Le St;Vary MzaIi.
Linra, Marseilles, Doe Skin, Cotton- Pills in my family I will that as a med- a Shop ,. .. !,
1;. ::; e "TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the ade.,Ac ALto vests, hirtUudersbirtsTies,Cravats, cine, they cannot be valued] say too I family have in which all kinds of work appertaining large Brick Stable, 'at' : "-oJ.. ieM1M
used
S.' '. JL above named defendant William T. Price, resides & : them in.several bilious attacks highly.and to tbat business is done in good style, at short prepared to .I': DocUr, :WTy (rLIIJ li)iW.r: ,
S out of the State of Florida: It is ordered that a hearing I[ will that their virtues inflamations and notice, and on as reasonable terms as at any other He also baa attached or Brown Marcaxat-yaa Awl*os JKfftf,
: of the facts in said bill of be -* Shoes and Boots. say cannot be too highly appreciated Im bach,Helen'PQHUBIM Tt&A e3
.' charged complaint for in shop.in the city. Farming implements, such as Turn amijb Shop where be
.Ii-. :., ha3 on the first Monday in October. 1655: 'Prdriited ;A complete aasortoieat Together with fresh supplies '. overdisease every and case.hence they I-fv-el have in speedily triimphed Ploughs, '-Scooters. :Rode devices, Heel Pins, rap Plantation ? } horse* CI*>;Bbick.Jwh< rMloV fa Jfcwr ".**

n S that © of Uus oroer'be published eome'tiews HrovUiona, Oroceriea .Dry Goods, Hardware recommend tliermio all Th.yp......+duty. ,._boundto t-ij Riugi and Iron WejV0 V ."Jf no'and Con- the very beat manner I'r. *'JUr m3dM W <& .CTrttft-
,?4 paper printed ia Tallta Aee To- the space of ,tLr c wow. and uuiiuus or nil ori8. "rrnicn we oner producing no their tantljr uu iiana. This wiu afford farmers an opportunity patch. : y.
tt easy uneasy sensation yet -
months before die daypiJJnted for said hearing. for ale oo usual' terms, and to tbe inspection of*'hi b is thorough; and'I am satisfied that nothing operation more to supply themselves without being delayed.P. November G, 1853. thai js id ;4j&jvrafi? do *|i{ fr sn#

4 AT CHAMBERS: J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. we respectfully invite our very good friend and patron in mont cases, is necessary than: these valuable pills, B. BROKAW. 'I of eoa phu i&ed' iD.thiaetts. .that. y
.'k4 June 30.) 1855. Sm26Administrator's the Public. to perform a speedy aad January 18,1865 2 Wines above named defendita wk* fttkfe
triumphant ,
1'. .:f. McNAUGAT A ORMOND. : cure. -Wt In the TJnfted BUtM.'witJiki"few

- Notice. Newport, March 17,1855 '!'! iwepectlully jours, tc, STORING AND SHiP.PING: JINESS. O IJXOtwd.Brandj. the .pub tMaof.W.:cttkr:a&.d,-

t S : : persons having demands against the estate of1I v J./B. $.cNGeR.O. AT Wtf/OBT., Old. .named ,who-reld j ja ,Inrpe*. L
ALL J. WOOD CO, ?
P. Larkms late of Gadsen County deceased In Chancery. .Madeira, ho:1 the pobficatwoof this .s-dua,
f
; Proprietors C95 Broadway, New York. filE undersigned still carries on the above business, ; -
-"Ii will take notice that they most present them In tit, Ciicidt Court of 1M .JRddle Circuit of Flor 114 Market Street, St Louis.D. X in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for. Sherry London Porter xbo M.>JP b ,
JJCrrkkd tbat,
: toe ersigned4u1y authenticated will be within the'in timeescibedbyliv.orthieootiee barS i a. In Leon County. H.Ames Agent,Tallahassee, Fla. despatching wagons. D. LADD. Scotch Ale .o ce;.4 ve&ffbrl&tf f IIWI ot1Na
plead
$ of their recovery; and all persons indebted to said esAJ Andrew S. Garr. et all!, )t( February 10.1855._6_ Newport. September 2,1854. 85 Brandy Peaches ;
Jt ._ "__I.a; ..l *A ..A ;.mA/1i.f. ..vm..nt.f _. B* JOHN W. EVANS MILES NASH &. CO. Brandy Cherries .thi Vugid Satcs,ia4 9".
-- Lewis Curtis& ,
Nathaniel Thurston ft aliL j :
: ,.G.na.va.J.eHy
} fruited krtiw
.: thtf cndet; ;d.: THOii ASH.SCOTT, :
to
:. August 4,1855.lg 1-8W Administrator. WHEREAS, on the 31st day of March last in an ATTORNEY AT, LAW, Sealers Drags, Medicines, &c. Currant do.Preserved ---.I I" r' .,, .
Decree rendered ia this cause by 'BAI>BRIDOE, G E 0 inform their friends and the public that Quinces .' -, -

:' : Dollars Reward. the Hon. J. Wayles Baker, Judge of Court aforesaid WILL give prompt attention to all business en WOULD on hand a good assortment of such M Pears J.WATLJ3 BAZUZ&j.:

Fifty i it was among other things ordered as follow: to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, articles as are generally kept in their line of business u .GJnger, IBM. 4ni lX: v.4: .1. .
:. 1) ANAWAYrQcI the Subscriber the 28th of I And it is further ordered and decreed, that all Decatur, Baker, Deugherty, Calhoun Early *nd CUy. and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies. Their Sparkling '

April ,kt. oegro man-named, EDMUND, ,I persons having claim, debts or demands against the February 17. 1858. 7 tf t4nUa shall be.reasonable. Flavoring Extract- AH' T6B1CCS.
: -Cbont .S yean old. five feet nine'or ten inches high said Apalackicola Land Company, or to or npon'the LONG & GALBRAITII_ Tallahassee, April 9th, 185814.. .spar Olive. ( :_-s'i-'

j weighs about 180 lbs,Coffee colored baa a pleasant lands known as Foible Purchase or any portion of .W .". .xoj11J. DI

i countenance and baa a scar on one of bit shoulders, i the said lands, do present the same with the evidences ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, .Claret I f fTobaeco. -I""

; u Aid to hare been caused by the lash. Said Negro thereof to Hugh Archer, Jr, Eq, one of the Masters LONG t J. R. GALBRAITH 'g'
have associ-
Brokaw.
For Sale P. B.
; ; was purchased ia November last of Dr.Joseph Ewing. of this Court at .his office in the City of Tallahassee MA. tbemselvM in tbe practice of Law. by Havana Segars : :
.. of Montgomery Count,. N. C. It is probable be will on or before.tne firet day .October ..xtar.d-that will atUud.the.Oocrtt the Middle They THE Subscriber has just received a November 11. 1855
: fttUmpt ta make bia way back U> N.CX Iwillgivea'reward ,the.aaid Master-take'proof of and ascertain and report Courts Qjn.uit.t1Je.Bu. large supply of CarriagN.Buggiea ..
ana the 'District Courts of tiie'United
V_ it4 of $6 dollars for his apprehension and deliveryfeo upon the validity and amount of'each and every preme States at Tallahassee. and iTfrTT"* w.bjcb be offenfor i by ed4i..dI4' aa .pwiiS

.5 ; .: 9M-or btsss/dOonfinemeDt m any jail so that I can of such claims debts and demands. And that the Office the sale on the most reasonable terms. 01 .
opposite Court House.
.5' Hnz agce. t will give further reward of 25 dollars said Master do summon before him, each of the raid October November 18, 18M. 46 ; THE. o partnership .
28. 18S4. '
; fur proof sufficient to convict any white person of bar5 claimants or creditors or their agents as he shall ascertain _ly_ -tJnI been 1--y _
1-r1ugorcouo&ingbim. Any information respecting or be informed are within this State, and give MITCHELL & STEWART, 1 Dressed JUnrnber.. cooI.Q,1..tije
'
.bl 1a said boy thankfully received. C. PEACOCK. notice by advertisement to be published in two newspapers THOUSAND dressed Flooring and Ceiling JeTORA-GE &

MidisocCo.June 16th 1855. 24-tf published in this State and in one published in ATTORNEYS.AT LAW, 100 from Escambia Bay, a fine article. 'Machine on bit own account. !
8&SS&t&eS
4Sl tbe City of New .York, to *U claimants er .credi. JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA dressed Lumber make the smoothest work by far, Office, !
.Fresh Assortment of Groceries. tors to produce their demands and be examined touching and is really cheaper than making by hand'even if to
the And that ": ILL practice in all the. Court of the Middle '
same. or haul 40 50 miles. D. LADD
any person or
PER WM. R. PETTES. persons appcariug
l'y
i before\im Circuit, in Columbia and Alachua iu _.
on such reference shall be at lib the Eastern New Port, June 9, J855. 23-tf &enDL -11
: T.| tHUSubscribers'feave just received a 'large andS erty'to oontett the claim or demands of any other Circuit aud in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. I.VOEIHAJI 4 WEBB. -AtSO- .. '_" .

S 43 general assortment of Groceries which they,offer or persons; and that all such creditors. claimants person Ms-ch24j6s._tf 12 COTTON PLANTER'S' GOunIf1 ; :&wn."n.y."nY,1n .,
: for C4JJ, and Cah only excft to putittual paying as shall not come in ami prove their demands, by A PERRY AMAKER Charleston *
:; ('aitirnir.v4lisrt. time,... the time:above limited or such further time as tbe VV are-Elou_ e PX S
.. _. 1.&Wi
Cask Sides and Shoulders ATTOJaIIY i -o .
4U said Muter shall allow for that purpose shall be excluded 1TLkW Jop Der '
2 Plains Hams from the benefit of the decree to be made lathe TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ;TALLAUiSSEE, 11.QRIDL. DEKfenigned + i"' f.&I

f- II.Boat, Sugar Curodllann cause.;Jbut aucb.penons not parties to.the came, who May 21, 1853. 29 .o., JL : _
prttiiptb.
1. To COTTON and othtrt and : : Jtwit.n J
'nMe.'f't'ime' &gar.f .. thall come in'before'the slid Master'to.prove their t. PtAimaa ofthi the adjoin S ;
_.1 "- -' Choice 06 demands are btkre being,,admitted to'do'so, to sign D. P. HOLLAND, ing Counlitt in Flo!idaani.Georgia: I ,WHOLESALE $ -

: : ; .2, Preserving Sugar aud deliver to the said MUter a stipulation to contribute ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW WE, the undersigned subscribers,' return to you DB.. "D' : "A

: S "75' Bbls.Superfine Flour, and pay to the oomplaToaota their proportion of Qnincy Florida most grateful thanks for the very liberal L "'..miIh; TUB" : gMo ielexed* thiUtW ,

: t: -, SO Plant Extra Family Flour the expenses of,the suit the amount. to be paid, to patronage which has been bestowed upon us*through their fII'
I 40 Whiskey. be settled by the said Master:according to the amount WILL practice in the Courts of the Middl Cir your kindness since we have been engaged in the .uANAFw: ',1 ..!'* 'P.1MNUa.
2 m Moooogabela of their respective claima.presented." and Jackson and FrankUn Coun Colton Storage Weighing SeUiog.BtWinet In4hiiS '- A
'-l'4' 20 Meal Pork Arow thert/vK, in pursuance of said decree,notice Octob r,23, ,185.2. .42 t tty,'and we again offer our, .gervtaea the.eusulci : :1..9 hl'

;ck ; *. .DriedApplei, hereby gift Jo all emoas having. claims,debts or WILLIAM SCOTT son stony old &.And ,hope tbat our dnty in the 'THEY I 1.JUlI) ""
4 Crushed Sugar, I demands against the ApalachSooU Land Company or performance of your business heretofore baa been ao, !

-- 6 e. Lard, .. .04 to or upon the Lands known as*'Forbe's Purchase" .KTOY if' LA7 discharged as to secure your patronage aDd influence ': .
.5 ::1. 2 Lard Oil, d' situate in the counties of Franklin iD =
,Gadsden,L. and MONTICELLO, FLA. the.futwe. Very Respectfully, .Tipitaiaiflg to :
; I ,' Pickled Tongues' Wakulla ia the State of ROOlE" & HEIR. )
Florida to tbe .
prrteot same July_ 3 ,'1853. '30 M'jan the their* .
1 "Smc&edbes4 with the evidence thereof 89 .pccag-of T1i
S the undersigned, one of September 30, 1854. S ; !TVLIn -
'S t Box Smoked Tongue.sugar, Cured, the Masters of said Coor at his office in the cityrtf .Glass, Oils! ,:White Lead, &c.BOXES'Window -1"Jr; *Ip "'Ii )
S ;.10 "StJuKenOUret, "' Tallahassee,. before the first Land Warrants I : .
o or
day of October n.tt, Bounty ; J- : l ';.1'1
,Glass Fbrn ry.l(4.I854.( )
S .5 'Iato L mooi otherwise will be barred 1"0 assorted sizes 100 ; !
: they of all benefit under the ,
I Mpr
I 'White Lead the hg1utprics and procured % '
& J p* IS', ",Star Caadlea Deoreee..rendered- to.be rendered in said &. -. Kegs .pure, extra t No.1. I :
I' .ttIC. ti..1 Lard, HUGH! 8 barrels Linseed Oil, tBOUGHT.d have not beep ablate estaJWiah MoO .'at
ARCHER
JB .
6 Lard Oil any have received a lets amount JL| OP theM c 1 !
fi M best Spanish Segars -
I Matter in Chancery. 20 Kg Zinc Paiat than they were entitled to. let me know it. Having 25 UM ..' : ;
2 Bbls.Cider Vinegar. May 26. 1855. Tma .
.a lTw.jyTbe .
I' 0 paekagrPir.PaiqtbbI&d( trols. bad fourteen :'" expenence'ln( the prosecution. and L : & ,
1 20 Bags R Coffee, %Vauflanjd. and Journal of 2 Larrels Train Oil 1 bbl. V { ) tett.1i otDqiarame t olii,I W d r. and tally the St. 18 i : I '1 '
Copal Mark
May
S Vaoii&b : ;
I 12 BbJ..bcil.d .1 Commerce,N. Y. will paW h:eiky! .until let djof I .
i; ?,. 7.r$2eby .: 'isERRY & ROWLES. ,October! and send account totbOffice.Plantation .> : Spirita Turpentine in barrels and at retail .way i rfmeana: f getting tbrobtb.suDe.partmeuts .
I have in
at Washington. possession, ;
'SO D./:H. AMES. my. .
f Ju1j8.185.. J J November 11, l84. 45 record evidence*of'288! Florida; 87:- :, 120 : c
; ". 4 ; For8ale.4S for Sale.. Georgia( besides South Carolina aad Teonefse*Muter .1"OOp on hind : '

THE sobseriber effer fer ialf.Us pTkntation lying AdministratprTB' Notice .' fiolls of persona engaged te tae*Florid* War. ,B you I : ) &s1, '
mnsUtiigaed'offerfor: cal*.bIa.D..et. Angutt 19. 18M. _
THE Jefbrsoq County Pin, M| miles east of TalIanaa Weany' $- Muter* Pension)Boonty. Landj ., ,, : -.Jt
c -Ig .BOOM*cd W tan of land south of *;on tbe.lau KM and SIX montts after date, the. subscriber, late Sheriff if l tain r .: r. .
'r -fl! TiHihmrt.oo: t2s Belle Air.Road, The ."," The'Plaat lkn;*t#Jos I In f-abaci he,>l Jeioity'line of hundred"aakeeoab. Leon. County, and Ex officio,Administrator of tUaSma-ell in..(No,charge 9 jjJ Jn" Hide*' .: -. ,'" t. (. t .

-1ou.i .a at P6r j tb' uniettt 4 e. \t 5000 DRYor. ;. 1' fI'

Viii-'r.R. : DSes_ taA.-eater.is .- &Ad.n all under'reoce.a There'1s on'the deceased;.will exhibit )bis accounts and vouchers before or A.Rlefcardaon are invited tica1l wUbooti$lay&l lmy 8 ..t : .1L,

I Tb proper rwi UL W eted TtkUeoaofthe.$ motto dsirabfe locations. In House Gin House Serew Stables,"'Barns add all oth- for* final discharge from the administration of .raia F2 iia. "- .' -. :.October,14, IBU UdJ
!. aD-CoaD&". Tor tnnc apply to the firm of White eroecemrj'' baHdiRj w/Ur/quarUia.Cot forty estate. ALFRED A. FISHER. tD.TT.LLxDs r of.MarciX i l8Len( \trLrn : r .t"it .. ,
( / or ;
81.. iK door- o D11:AmM' Drug Store. fifty.negroej. AaypsrMffdesljioosof'pUfciaslng'tba May 5th 1855. 18, -" -6m ; iirws casts lent ttoddreu"m; be dG1r ; _! I iiiw 70

THOltA WHITE. property will plese..and examtoe tb6premiaee" .!' .. ..1Jr to r.M,land H for Dew caw for.*,fee, A I CARGO 'J' : J.-w- .c ,
'.1'.1. u. 'IAS& : T .r* Isi *faP""$0' ealby .pplicth&tortbe' Notice., fQrfFP0g.telr .'Warrants. Forma and Records arrive from : ( .. .t.
IUbecriWr ao the ''PeesIoll months after Utjte) S .sco@a ,'' fIt- If
-. & be gfveo ta SIX < darsignedsdbira. Bft ritfyil quafitER : I. J...
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