The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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cleady:bis.Tiewi uptrnKnowiNolhiogiun of master and ervantr or .that of hasbanc I have never .known the time. ,when the record their soflrage and the power of Con. and c <:vife, or parent".pr child'for. ; the.td6thtic & democratic party was called upon by higherconsiderations or"hear of hr f ture.:' ,The passes'tfr the pillswerethusJuUy "We 1 noticed on Monday [JLa.il.a.,juugular a portion of it: _". .':- t. I
t fhe.Terriiories: nUtieti 'pohcy"are subjects whiclshoild'bc to'adh'eril fAithfully. and zealously ; ;tiken possession, of. One mj4a1ityawongthe! : finny tibqof 8K, JohnsriyerThev -' I' 1 rki 'J&Z I
.gruOY : !eft'tt -tW Territorial mMunittes ; ; to their organization arid theirpririci. stoutly built .man, ascended the frps, ,pd ; deid- ,?ca'ccaksea nl' ;fiah-. ..,; :."'aM iI'' JizDdt.J.Ai&JIJ a rI
DETROIT; ,Aug. 221855.' and to divt'!t them of the power to regulatethem pies, than heyiare at this day Our confederation was met above-uHo do you vote !" 1,did scattered, '. :: along 1 the_, jnuiab i Alt5r''Hm -44L 1.f' f... 'S .wooJr .IpQU..J
S To&'Edifor eflM Detroit*Free''P'reu:-fSii !isan act of aaiuitigated despotism.Th -The .is..passing' through the most severe not'with distinctness 8'g t his'answer,'when he ra,.? .They'swam up,intQ.! \ seize i;SebaatoRoIa&"iusnbAflTi) failure, ,
Thei> jourtala'cbntaio-- a letter neyaiion nM l pi.nvor of i interference. by Con triil that t.l has yet ul crgone. Unceasing was struck, and staggered ;;got'upon'his'feet, gave-a-flouflce 4W0OrpkZg.ip .ontircjly and? the; campaign ,m. th"Cnid41 ** a j .
tcd July 24't14w ritteo, !by Geo.: *'Hou&ton, gfess in the iat.jrr.al government of the Territones 'effbrts'are making' to excite hostile and 'sec. and.passed through 'the crowd 'dealing out djj ground and period,; Th.ei'spe a ies *la&e.LK .'*f.'fi'7 fM-;) a? >*')*>iM l iat :u\.. ,} -1
\v b1eh &jort met my eyeand: in,which heala ia 'the true constitutional doctrine, n6n'&t! f t 1fngs! ,' gafiilt which we were "prophetically to hU assailaots.some heavy b o\\'s. He waS ; which seemed to suffer j mqst t r ,were;thQ.,cola .- *Tha'Empafor doea,ri otat; .1 oI '
be perceives, by the papers jof the day, and the only safe and practicable ..dne.-aud I warned by the Father of his Country soon overpowered,. and. while. the act of i and flounders Among,the,crabs;,:,tqo,:<.them view of the subject, 1Ie bia 'f .'
I that Gen. Caaa has pproved'tb'e"pl tf rm ofArtrkth am rejoiced that after years of oppositionof and if these ,are. successful, the days of throwing hun overtbebannisters. Capt. L. H. ; was qujte a'stampede, but tneir moj alitysvas very Creelyin cnunuvttb his Fntthat .
\ ih'e brder, 'as ro&1ined to the obloquy indeed iv i id fast establishing itself this Constitution are numbered. The cop- Rousseau ran up,'grasped the man, and saved : not near,so:great.; It wA f IyJulflrestuig to frionda Ip J
{ wrld l I had observed the ttatotnenti to which Geo.ouston The misapprehension which bas prevlailet d ,its constitutional! rights, and its institutions .. to say; from years .of aequintanee,. have' covered every rock, log, stump, and..in fact over R 'i''conTeraatJoti WUfr'*
aUnde*, //wd fli&dIat them, paa ,un. upon this gra\'esohject-s'nmong the most.extraordinary ,and the systematic perseverance and the ever regarded Capt. Rousseau '.. a highly every thing that offered support to theirjbodies I Engliah 'officer;TcTT Bnnnpreienei the :
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; dJo Jjfwoild til hopekas! task-to en. political events of my time. Oho biUer spirit with which these nre.pUNU. d, honorable and brave man ; but .never until above. water.;:. .Rare sport did-the/ boy have Emperor'spoke :: "1Mw..'t .
\ dftanrto correct all the misapprehensions and : would naturally suppose that in this countr. while they warn the democratic party of the I last Monday did I fully appreciate his noble capturing them, which they did'almost by 'There e$?has1eeuiwg.jc1&tip4 :r .
-misrepresentations to xvhich it is my lot, as the dogma ofinternal government by an irresponsible danger, should also incite it to united anil worth. His'deeda of( daring throughout the bushels.' This singular:phenomenon we thinkis forth first .atepto: QhIdw"'lt c ipri :
., weU as that:orairpther; public men; to be exposed legislature over a distant community vigorous a'cfion. They warn it, too, that the I day were most worthy his well known char- roost reasonably accounted Cor;" as follows yestmcnL. ,The Rusijr, Jzs texpo& I
in-these days of party strife. And indeed unrepresented in the ruling body would fine time has come when nil other differences acter. :Whenever' tlia .winds are, southerly ted in xtended lino between: 'OHnphefoppl i1( -1
I coald not .suppose that such. asser- hut little favor, and that the power to establish which may have divided it should give wayto From two o'clock until the close of the for any> 'l l length of time w tions would deceive any one who had heardor and put in operation a government might well the duty of defending the constitution, and polls I received bat one or two'votes; in fact Johns, low .tide and warm water" comparatively tfmel cbncenirated on Ink mt A'Ad'afMoft 1 '
had read my remarks in.the Senate of the I be defended while the power to control all! the when that great party, coeval with the government I: may say from the time the polls were takenin free from salt but when northerly, on Baksi-seraL The right win o:4h0-brt4
United States; ,_oa. the fifth of February last, I concerns of human life would be left 'without should be united as one man for the the forenoon I got but few votes. I gave particularly from the north east, the reverse I, rests.on Sebastopolrm the-right wing'of the 1
upon the presentation of the resolutions of an advocate. The difference is broad and accomplishment of the work to which it is yellow tickets to two whom I believed to b? is the case. For several weeks the wind has English troops it:Waterloo rested oqj Hcteou? >

the Legislature of Michigan, instructing the practical, and should be the dearer to us, as now called, and before it is too late. It is my friends to carry through7 the crowd.- been from the south, and on Sunday morning mont, T. .,. ru ; tenough -,-, .._',,> .,-, 1 jP)
Senators of that State foj: vote for an act of it was the very consideration urged by our the American party, for it has neithersectiou- They went in, discarded the yellow, and vo. when it changed tp the north east, high tides rIte Anglo.fr nch.s.., Q.o\ ft .
Congress prohibiting the'iztrodutiou of slavery Revolutionary fathers in their contest with al prejudices nor sectional preferences and ted the Democratic ticket, for which I saw was the consequence' and. colder water mon to extend fta.llmfts! Bjdal'.tk"'t gfrp:,Iace :t ,
into the Territories of the United States. the mot -er country, which began by argn its care and its efforts extend wherever the them knocked down on leaving the court. highly impregnated with salt, which sudden to the Rnssiarif, aweh4I 6ceuHe 'ir{
Upon that occasion, while declining to coinptyvritli'thpet me t, but ended by arms. It was asserted constitution of its'country extends, with equal house, and no arrests made for' these outra change is supposed to have been the cause. of !nehedPoIi'ti b oppooto1'theii MgB'.Wbsg 5
instructions, took the opportunity as early as 1774 when the Continental Con- regard to the rignts and interests of all. I ges.' Between two and'four o'clocki p. m., destruction to the fish. 'I at Sebastopo and .:wbitatw-irhato ibo/nai! t '
; to express' m'ye timents.jn relation gress declared that the English colonists are believe! the fate of this great republic is now I called on from thirty to forty of my friends, !: ."Those who fancy that Governor t3 c k' 9t..be., le&$'.. W&$'&&}& it
: to iho i Ww political movement, which sought entitled to fiee and exclusive power of legislation in its hands, and, so believing, I earnestly and urged them to go to the polls, 'promising Shannon will have, much tpoib1e.u.Kaqa eons mgi1u, ,9.W lt to 1 ,
to ftcquire and exercise power by secret com in their several provincial legislatures hope that its action will be firm, prompt, and to protect them, but to no purpose. Most of are.greatly. mistaken.Ve- .predict for him- ,-.a, thc ,mLS;: ,'Qee a sIege 0'1&It : ''ffcS C .. 6' .r .
k ft&tiocs'bound tngether by the sanctions of where their right of representation can alone united, Jieldingnot one hair's breadth of its these voters are by birth Americans. and all quiet t1 arid, under the lrc n1stan e9'a.pleasant French4arm,.t.bat! .ti ; ::' j
anjoath: whichJt is-said made.it the duty oj f be preserved, in all cases of taxation and internal time honored principles, and resisting to the<; respectable and orderly citizens engaged administration cUbe stormy Governorship' Iackwwkdge-t1ctk.jtAe Crimean .
its members to surrender their individual con policy, &c." In that great struggle,, last the dangerous efforts with which we are! business. There are (if I am correctly of the,Territ ,)Hi5J:'forte as a public man candgtdJeksgown W : I
victions.: to {the expressed will of a majoritjot the patriots who conducted it conceded to the menaced ; and, if so, the victory of the constitution formed) some twcntyeight of my friends on is tact," in whic1iGov,, ;Reed -, was constitutionally -? -fei! .SW! e1f ** uaffi*&i' t
their associates. 1 then observed: "Strange British Parliament the authority to organize I doubt not, will be achieved. Jefferson street, between Fifth street and deficient, though it was mqre The people 0f France and vEifcat ';ngtand,.." *it aetPO ..
doctrines abroadv and strange organiza. colonial govrnrnents, but denied their rightto I am Sir respectfully.Your Third, including three in the house of W. H. needed in his position than any, other requisite !''of'!.SsS;''aW !rifipiMA 3f1W&. '
tiont aMnpI yed promulgate' and enforce touch the internal policy:'of the people.- o'bt serv't, Johnston esq., also James AlcCullough, &c., making up ''the 'successful executive! !officer. ieTlci"'wbrjlr"' % '&: b t d .a "t ;
ffrfljTt,, .Oar political history contains no sucl And for the support of that great principle, LEWIS CAS3. &c., who did not or would not vote, in con. Doubtless many of GOT! Reeders difficulties tbd.ik"oqt"iNoJ.Fnb:t8m l
chapter in the progress of our country,as that denied and derided .as it is now, they went sequence of the disorder at the polls But with the people of the.Territory! ,grew,out of the arid l.IAtdlUE.i;;
which is ow opening. The questions of con- to war. jJ- We invite attention to the following the most inhuman of all the acts of the day. little cirurnstances'vich. became.disagreeable I :WillIJOW1.make. a3Iia ATerI8' aB. ,
fctitufionality, arid policy, which have ,been, so observe that a highly respectable and intelligent communication to the Louisville Democrat. was reserved for the afternoon. A gang of and dangerous to the public peace, be., w1td.meu-.tO'm 1i "on &rfrtn4er. : .Lbere
long the battle cry parties,are contemptuously gentleman Governor Hunt, of New It sketches the proceedings of the mob rowdies h.d in keeping and tow a poor man cause he failed* to I pVssess th .'faculty of is jnot"*'inafiwhot1raterij:; m ,;
rejected and intolerance, religious and York iu a..letter just published, speaks of part all bloody, taking him to jail-for what offense managing men. His Went:genius and legal l ni6rumergond'an're> "Wfierttd i frv'tMiat
political,. find zealous, and it may be they the Nebraska bill as 'based on the absurd at the polls in the Sixth ward on election day I know not. As they rushed past my abilities are more decided than; those>of his froth :Motcow. There:ia not aarrivea gir ar .

will'pi'ov&succes8ful, advocates in this mid. theory of territorial sovereignty.. I never and makes out a strong case against the door I went out after them. When nearly successor; yet, in .difficulties,.and more especially ,:.at.. .PeFckop1b4. I b. ; w
die of the'nineteenth century,, boasting with heatd a man support that measure or approveit Know-nothings. Colonel Hicks, the author opposite the southeast corner of the court in merely .vexatious.circumstances, Wb l battalionl.ha bAta' I
much selr.c mplacencJ' ol its intelligence,and for such areaon, GoV. Hunt has mistakenthe ol this communication is spoken of by the house, a genteelly dressed foreigner, I believean Gov. Shannon will. prove m'uchthe more 'fi)1': ) a ccor4ingto ':. E. '
in this.free country. founded upon immigration sneers outs enemies for the views of its i Louisville Democrat Irishman, was coming up the yard. He discreet of the two. He will be able to repress r nder ''the' Emp iCfWi.t. ,. t :
;'and grown prosperous and powerful by friends. The :Nebraska bill rests upon no i as a man of the highest t turned out to give the pass to the mob, when illegal interference-with. the affairS"of tile r'amOQDtedttr-h; 'ktaulr64iait& ictcstty f .
toleration. "We" want no new parties such theory-upon no theory at all, but upon credit and the purest character, on whose apart of them cried out,." iMovo the d-d Territory:from any.and all quarters without thousand. i1FhAlliedzop.' t."t, tJ. t

; no 'new platforms' no new organizations, the stable foundation of the federal constitution statements all parties may implicitly'rely. foreigner!" and in a moment he was knocked giving offence to the people under;his charge, IOihmt.I.,1.,.. : taiure. .,.m 0B.!it:.,
and the fcounur these dangerous; eOorts are abandoned and of the natural rights of man. From the Louisville Democrat down and beat almost ,to:a jelly. One of the, or..we greatly mistake the man.. The 'South protract t the struggle. u, the Crimea onTiLesctrms it ,
; the better will it be for us, and I know of no one who claims '"sovereignty MESSES. EDITORS : I believe a statement of lemons cried out for a hatchet to' cut off his only aaka,ffof'a fair'show in Kansas, antfif : : > .-a1 t 4, .\'a '0.; 'r-r-.' ,. {
for those who are to'follow us in this heritage for the Territories. AH concede their dependence the disgraceful conduct which occured under head' &c. One I had a pitchfork, which. some the people.thereof reject sla'very'oftheir own Oniuo4th tatfli!: t'i Vf:. '
1 of freedom", 'upon the Unit.ed-St.dei' But with. 113- own observation, and iu my ward, at the present stated he stuck into the: poor man. accord she will not complain or essay to 'A Rumxn army'. :i 1 I'!
l igb 'w ll ,;flrifprise. after the expression in this relation. there are mutual rights and court-house, on :Monday, the Oth of August, As I promised \Villium G'. stewart'esq., the '! tabo the new State..t Washington Sta. facilit ;,,,M.j<*M| wJr4d.tJ.tJiot'. '
of these views upon the floor of. the Senate. duties, and the questions -what power may IW55, due alike to all parties. |hnt ?,_ '... aaruirnuB aba durnan lawjer, naviug JUst WgERn1n' KNOW No'Tirnroiinr 'UtGr *- '' L"G'. ." ....n... b IV.. ,
and under circumstances, of peculiar reppon- Congress lawfully exercise, and are the jecialiy to all good citizens'of Louisville: Be. como into town, ran into the crowd, pushed ATE t-Answering this question {be Nashville thresyears xerciae.at.nu. .. ,.th.yreti'fcr J 1
sib itj, that any farther action on my p-rt people of the Territories divested of all ween four and' five o'clock in the morningI them right and left,. and cursed them for a set Union says:' t1itheelile { 'ariA! "Wenri .l1 Ot .
would be,unnecessary to prove my consistency ; rights-must .be determined, not by politico i: repaired to the court-house, fo- the purposeof of scoundrels, &c. This was the most unprovoked It was in thq Ndrth'" 'in the citjes'of NeW or their(5fc 'd/' tf :
; as a disciple of the school of Washington metaphysical considerations! arising Qut of making some arrangements t) distribute attempt to murder a poor unoffend. York and Boston, In'the very! 1i5t-l oos'l of has taken many year*tp. teiB.Jqa- ', !
and Jefferson, and Madison, and Jackson, the attribute of sovereignty, but by the con- tickets. The po Is were not yet open ; I passed ing man T ever beheld.! politicalcorfuptipn'rnfe'm 'fofa.bofttfo11 France, ton le.c4gr.rJ: r t
; in the rejection of a dangerous innovation stitution of the United States. To the law, through the lobby out on the platform, on There were many more outrages committed and all other detest bleiSl.' Tlien't1ie"'plaeewhere t. 8 P..rgSM iL & I
inconsistent withal_ 11! the principles those patriots and to the testimony. By that constitution' Jefl'ersoustreet, and saw upon the steps and such as knocking down. and'kicking ,it originated does not raise & presunfptionin few weeks bocorxiestannc t100 antle ,i L ":
taught, and. which, in effect, aims to the general government is a government, not in the yard some 18 or iiO men, nearly everyone Mr. Cudmor into the door of my store, at favor pftheir .elaiujq.jbut-/decidedly. :: fit'orw'J2 wY h 1 lil1trti m tig 1
transfer the'great political 'fliity of an American only of granted, bat of limited powers, and of whom carried a club or loaded stick. which time Hon.V, P. Tbomasson was against it.,Another circumstance is this. That o'arP p ra b !ln Jrone? na ** :&
citizen from the light of day, where it Congress .can exercise,no authority .which I was not abieto identify any of these men, struck; in'an attempt rescue Mr. Cudmore. ; this organization was'gotten!up.and propagated .1A.gam.tb! ;Empemr h emdJffry. should be exercised in this land of freedom is not given by the great charter that broughtit after a close: reconnoisance of them. The an assault attempted on Mr. Hampton, an at a time :rwhefl &e" hlb'st'intense excitement ; t."I" .'W-, ..1-1.- ". 01 It 1. ... ,JoftW. 19ae(1t4 I ,
to secret conclaves unfriendly to calm in- into existence. Let any.man put his finger election proceeded as quietly could be expected honorable .and good man, &c. .As I did not existed against the Fugitive r Slave Law wound., upon nussia,'.'frprrij which. s| wpuld I
vetrtigation'as to wise and patriotic de ii ion. upon the clause of that instrument which con. until a report was put into circulation witness the origin or commencement of these and the passage of ,tho KansasrNebraskabiU soon recover. L'f as'ratler J.IoS1att.I. l
But the extract from the letter of Gen. Houston ters this power of internal interference, andI that tba Democratic ticket was ahead in the and other cases, I leave them for others to 'at & time when.,the abplitionista, free ning srPli,h.r8id; f :wffi lleil' t Il#
; .has thown roe that these reports have received will abandon the principle long as it has Fifth Ward, and that it was a close vote in detail. Boilers.and all other I,isms and factions which! wilK.rtUTG out- 'S h t 'i: !t..
'more credit than 1 had believed amithifconsideration been cherished by roe. And that is many the Sixth Ward when a cry was raised, Permit me, in conc uliiol1, to say I pen the stood dpposed'tio the Democrats of the North system.The; Futaro.-:* I1I j }
has induced me thus publicly years, as will. appear by reference to tbeGlohe Move the d-d Sag Nichtf.1 Doicn with the above with feelings of sorrow, mingled with (fifty-six in number) voted 'for1' the .Katlsaa !hat t..the people araIooMnail.to.1e9framUuIithem. r f'
.' :to notice and to contradict them. My of March 31st, 1832 which eontains Dutch and'Irish ; gd d-ntltem!" In an the most painful regrets. No man can feel, Nebraska.bill! ,:were clamoring for the repeal ?' ,,! 'R.- -. , of '
opinions indeed, upon an'yaubjt ctrare but of \article' written by tne, and entitled.0, instant several citizens were knocked down, much less express, the horror I have felt at of those laws. This was the time which -- 'j .1. : I' ..f-VKT :
little consequence, except to myself but ifthey review of the opinion of the: Supreme Courtin and run out of.the hallI stood my ground, these }bloody occurrences;' nor can I ever it had its origin., ,Rcader, think of th 5ethiorrA. .'( The Newport" :. afrrfr-thinka', Gorji 11

are worth referring, they are worth the Cherokee case.' and saw officer Seaton make some offort to think of these scenes without a shudder. If I .. u.. ..,. axd'Vfrgiu! aw/ea: >nestly: ttparfijglfr iJi !
the trouble of making the reference a true In that article observe. that the clause of restore order,"but saw him make no arrests. have uttered on untruth or done a particleof IMMENSE 0- ,,5. SnIPMiir.oc' .tF WIICAT.-IL-J''"'e dissolution of the:t/nloo f,wh0erthdn ; f
one.. the constitution authorizing Congress to dis This outbr l\k'o curred between the hours of injury to any man or party in the above, f t
learn frdm the Sup nintenddntof.iiDepoi1n 1 press of the.North, :with its ddt.1111i "
I haveiio with this of 9 and 10 o'clock a. m. A of these I he will call and convince' l. I
sympathy plan political p se of, auirnake!. all needful rules and regulations party beg upon me me "
that in the mbndibf Jill there
.. bullies took of tho I of it and 1 Chattanooga, ly; we are told, is. goading even.the/. ic ilr'sea .i
i 'organitatlorf- none whatever; neither ) respecting the territory -or other possession platform on pledge my honor as a man't were a hundred thousand bushels:-of Wheat ( I
; with.the means It employs northe objects it property of the Ul' d' 'Stales, refers to territorial Fifth street. I went out among them, and I publicly correct it. 1 will be in November the Western and Atlantic Railroad I. 'oftethInseofdla. 4 i
shipped over,
'S seeks jlq attain.;; Its secrecy,.its oath bound rights, and grants no jurisdictionover saw them offer' yellow tickets to every man. next a citizen of Louisville twe ty.Ove years. to points belowand.all.this from East which:will inevitably'lead to raah aod teck&i" .
obligations its',control-.ofjbe ballot box its other I who came up tho stairs. If they were refused Many of best friends .are .
persons. Among things say : my *among my and Middle. Tennessee,Viot.. i including the_ .vast action. ThediIorad4awbth&sjuit :-. .' V sj.-: >i 1i
system .pf, ripti.o81r ing,both at politIcal The power to dispose of, and make needful ),'some of the crowd would ask them who I I' political opponents-gentlemen .whom'th ariioti t'Ihat comes doxi'ri file: East-Tennessee '2\'dr iaL Bkt 'J. a .
rightsand, religjoo .4.uties, and i its.inevitable rules and regulations respecting the territoryand they voted lor ; forMorehed, well ; if Democratic -good and wise of all parties respect ; nor and Georgia Railroad intersecting ;the..Atlantic udfmmttbeSOuLt3&ezInfozn J i
t tendency to array one portion of the other property of the.United States, and or Clarke, they were moved or knocked have they thought the less of roe for being.a road Dalton., And tho quantity that ;
community -against another; arid to the to exercise jurisdiction in the head. I laid my. hand upon the Democrat. If other evidence were wantingto --v"us &aUba J Jvadu J 1., i
power gene 'Vll be shipped from .Chattanooga ,for,,the "f Ingrqf l r'the .S 'ii' IQrf1iIr
feuds into of the land cf different shoulder of one of these men, whom I thought this fact, their hearty in recording .
deadly every corner over persons.upon i it:, essentially prove support month.of August will reach/>ne: hundred and aTnst' Nbtthtb& 1it :th. '
which we.have just,}had.a terrible.proof,writ- and independent. The former general, and I knew, and inquired what was tEe cause of their suffrages for me .on Monday last fifty thousand bushels, the .average amomi{ are preparing, not only for ,
tea Eu. har teri. of bloodand are doomedto is given in the clause referred to; die latteris his hand being in a sling : to which he repliedhe ought to suffice. I \'en rat 1'eligion'; I have' b'elng: "oversir thousand bnshle's daily''thus confederation but an indepetifett
r are
eden :lobkJqgltffWfeai ,
k: have many more, if this movement' goes on, special and is found in another clause, andis had bruised it. Judge my surprise when, no'feelings of animosity against any, order ; far for the present month '.We were at the a free trade alliance 5with.-Ecrfand.. And, t
t for, this, u bat !ihe.firgt) talment of death, confined to.the federal tract, (the Districtof in less than five, minutes thereafter I saw nor can I believe religion was given to man Depqt yesterday and were,surprised _to.see not i .'
and ,-hjow;: .oy'oilier are follow, arid to Columbia,) and,to places purchased by him knock down an Irishman' with the same to quarrel and fight about, to escape to a.better the Depot so densely.,crammedwith thbatafiT AbOWQniStS!
ing.9f:1hi' .
whateteutaud' when the l last .is to'be paid, consent of the, Legislature of the State in wounded hand, arid upon it a pair of brass and happier world after death. My democracy of life-and.it was, still ..pouii fn arid bid the Ai 1 4 .
and, after'what.lamentable: vicissitudes, is which the same-sb ll be, for the' erection'!f knuckles. founded, as .I;firmly believe ittobe fair to bury the'Depot raah. -ChattenoOgd WOUlu il.tL4' !
known only) 'to:Him who foresees events and forts: 'magazines, arsenals, dockyards, and !sA.friend, of mine, and a gentleman, calledme upon the Constitution of the United States, Adt.-fft er'I up : I hand' ,'. ,, and -JiHMfc,. M\ a rJ' .IJ :. !
can control hein these characteristic mark other useful building This is the same out and desired to know whether I was with an abiding confidence in all constitutionalacts \ "Tif'ImTI" T" Uf7'JJ T"ilp Ql J
she has b
lit.a* the most dangerous, .c&mewichbas' doctriae, subsequently advocated, and more armed'; to.which I replied I was not, nor had of Congress, and a desire to .act as Fifteen .thousand men, supplied, ,,by 40 regiments ,evereursed.l rJbr( -v4 MycLq'ht1.a.H .
ever introduced into puu ,country to regulate fully developed, in my Nicholson. letter. 1 I carried arms but'on one occasion in Louis honestly and,fairly ,my part iu all the businessand qnartered fn'the nbrth *nH '.east of : ?* '.AJ dtf'7t* :i 1'!.jiotirnCted 'I
its pubfcc;action or i its; social cond Won. repeat that this power of internal legislation villi; within a period of nearly a quarter of a social relations of life, at this time, and France,'will pass through' 'Paris during the by weNew torfcS.fi.'ii;&.. ,..
It is the, Orangeum a republic, scarcely cannot'be found in the constitution, and vain century. He gave me one of ,his revolvers, thus far, forms.the whole suni and substance month:of. .August ommtelr way to' join,the Lawrence lacked" but ono vote' in..itNatforialC Wt' rj
better Jip juweipU .thaniU monarchical pro. have been the efforts, by'pressing into its and insisted upon.my acceptance !in al .manner of my religion Hence Fcan never 'arrayed anhyln tlie Crimea'' The'detachments' I furnished tJ lWpC,1iitb!
totjpeof-( republic whose freedom and service thousand and one 'expressions in which, left no doubt ,upon my 'mind of his against any order, or do knowingly any party by the other'' regiments:wHl proceed nee forth* dieD. .t 'and! di' :
equally'juatifjra !little as they :nvitqthe. introduction that instrument to prove it to be there;;a friendship. [rrhis gentleman 'i is' a Know. inju5ti e. te pectIullYi. directly to the ports of embarkation'Oti' ; J< : thiwly t.'prisidEntw hatr'Ay.trwads I
ofjfk machinery whose operation diversity of reference. which,: of li,itself; for nothing and an honorable man;] I repairedto THOS..l\r. HICKS. The: Russians have bunted.:.all.th*remain otf the !t i f' Gthra. !' Wyfir:'
is concealed from public observation, but nishes a strong presumption against the the court house. Some three .old gentlemen LOUISVILLE, Aug ,10JS55./ ing'storea! ,of grain at, Kertch torprov.ent: -. filledbyMlflan.tFfl1urn: 1 21M f

whose consequences. are cj,ar .as they are authority, even there were no other grounds ,inquired i of me if .they: could get to the ,- ,.. '.. .' portation by the allies.The t > tateilthat.tMf: estate of m.1I' .e '1S dt1 I .
Li alarming.f 'J '. polls other. than through tile.d. nse crowd: at PLATFOM.3'L"iKERtNG.--Hinc tho late, elections Turkish'war1billjhast'now'passed'oothou8cs matdit'43OOO,6dO4. ,: t..J IW4el' I It'i.
V ..* P thatl'approve the platform of the Amencaa the United States in' considerations them5 to the1 other door; stating that several re-organizing th order oh better and more received' 'th!royal :assent;a'notification.will mat iitt' '.r r -1 1B
nrde< .'proclaimed to the,world by theCpnviwtioaj published by him this subject; and to old gentlemen, from age and infirmity, bad, popular principles.: ,They frankly'admit;that be i issued by;the Turkish;;iinniiter," inviting rmr J '! 1t J i ithktar
Philadelphia." I am aware which .1 have elsewhere upon referred J well 're- through the kindness of the door keeper,been as it stands, some of its" 'features are objectionable the attention of capitalists to;hear;the'ireonditions mf 1it'39a '. '1it". ." "Wtatid

that,: .c,..'ff'' Mr been, made, b'h' e maiked, that there.i.s no specific power' in admitted-among whom. ,. named, J. W.. Breedep ,and that,it should be .presented to on which the amountis"proposed. to heraked. .1f f, t
name anu w .come I *'d.the.prcnoiples( of. taisaew f the constitution which authorizes :the organization ,'E q.' 'After the admission of these; entire the public,in a more1' attractive from.. From 'fi. Vt 4.t &.
'orginiaffon.TBat these changes do'Dot of territorial governments.", He strangers ri to'me, a roughlo kingeustom r, the meeting ofKnow Nothings!here'on last "Pitrttii icn- ''PE'.uAi7A.. tz m '. > t
>*move./o ectioni to'It.. Iu .spirit of ei.aion.d adds: If tb 1 power 'be iroplied from the who had.heard all that had: been' uttered bet Saturday ..week' it i is obioasi t that they :are i :'the 1 u1le l Jdb14t1o !; : '
: fntoJenmctAilJ.>sandr: .with.lt, specific por/er to 1 regulate s disposition of ween:these men and my self;called. meW_ an 'about to'givei: nsj in: !printera! 'phrase; ,new ; :10th.::m".vcs' !a'painful'pic tui4]of thVedpdi.Uo .. kijI AytzQzzarw; ivt .
its,etils. and, its dzngeri.7..JtJi a book to the public lands,;it most, under,;.the. above account for t it. ,He; had yellow .ticket., nth edition of Know Nothingura, ;.corrected.nd r fal&D iall7 M ocemfrfoi: : ;' /\ri.r" lii, wu r1WllJ'! AuJ : a
whlch I"cannQt'be reconcilea, whatever) edition : rule, Delimited to means suitable1 the end nband! jbf:b" hat, and, a club in,his hap improveLby.th&autho. This briog to ourmmii '"We learn tna? &: Si'irWPa3 I dun'e'a' fhl1rle } th .
,'whej er* the n i;dnr6::-- *t 1bd..o: *Lofferexf in"view.." ircpn'rws(go' j twybnil thUin'tHeorganizktipn Fr?m'his language; 1 was convinced that lie an incident i related of Pope, 'the' poet, presents a strangd-ipectwle at nkhL t Bfe'iVthin : jAmT. fW''i' 1. .r (Tt
tbWThere' '-about to strike me.' stepped hack!and and his serventi 'Pope,''Jdd ring: \ ''years; :_: ) :ttefrofiixra -' ; ;; .
i.; irideedi OD'pliec i of a territorial government; they many -rs airsuH death no s& npdtf: ; ; '
ta 1idoWi ia*h 'ebn t whieh,1DIet.1curreqccI1o 'act' Wttboot. limitation,. and 'may .establish drew my,pistol.stating if be. raised his stick of his life, was a mere wreck in body;' and? .. .'ncJt'Yet >) '' &* .. ..
4Jh&l j it.th '.! rno. that they joity organize i ia'COJel1mcnt one inch I would shoot him in bis tracks.' ;, A, when he looked at !through a mirror, to 1 3o tbD3' 1J'P: P $ Iyestalle&.4U.betweeu ; 'I '. l 11 .. .
LLj ;cg. !.4.t.' noUo !hipb P rP."H iJ laadi. .young man ofgood'a4dres8thrqwis', a- was; ialmost'liure; :excfein iincimlaujithte DeigJ1. .I jlj l'IIirIiIa '. '" 't I
th! jf'thVthArrito'rfS' i roifndhis'fie'okVsCood betweehus7and backed tone, God mend meT-On! one occasion, bon t.r..rVI.. iU 1vma tlu i 'T5T" .. 'T ii iti !na ,'tmt
and. QJMr&Cio : andjJ
the United .' .Ire ;'h wever.'fc" vrfQaii :provide. &fr jjIt l 4oes the body which tIid. o i d--ag the ..ni'eans,'rc)19 arnopgthe.ihat they daudgVMcXeari "cm brubS1 rl;' a moment-more Ilwouldj! }n ; usual Tempba&is, his servant:Kprimahded areid' 'd\*Gl' within will secure :I ?!fl .
!.cii5e1 of iticJ'tiot ti9 pronounce l here brfngi''d18i constitution ;sJljpTQbabiJity.hsve\'taien .a,life that I, could him Jn this wisai .".Youlftsk: feeiagchof dU I 6Y3le. .tr iii' "
MC would Ibe toa Maker' for. .God Almighty.dan thm1ii l\t il lt
btrtiarfiQJ .jpfeterinit_ H.' qf :not restore aud which"c; t jour 1 rel1. .tIi. '
.1 UnItid taZ jIgr 3. .
*ed&D7; I oftbe I BI j .}, o Z ii; much easier thanhe.Unindyou. vi ,* \ >i tt n7, -irfnfbinatioa '
_> 1 man
.*:upt.a:b dlml ''d 'htJ time a so.uicpr: bitterness ttiM, n G, mike a new ) tier'..l, ,thakW4thsiflv 1" .
:"'IIUIt: J.t..,Sllrta j tn gOod RIPIIP1W. enlnohs or. trntones r- toes no'1 I I. d&rd:, theHm'pnj"J i Bnvdruent'nharmed theMto&ar .'! w oo .. ...i.. '". .j c. D
prove iu .action upon the Abject 10 tir Ai if 1;5-rT7 itb.1tz.6.tJr I &t1tif.r.r..fdi i ;'S'( .tg r. A & bwfaoffeadin > : (\VeTespbctfatlv .aagge h ri1tbe I. ent;,:" ttiif i tnij .. .' i .m,a*; : _
gOH. It z1satepiatherght directio,.. a I catty, d ,. ., .&. "lI'f, A..tIn uw-I ftf'ia\c men'Jrcqk d-doyaro; ? 'far eAsiertotbflwJ.. a ne'partytIrtQ of P&rffc* BXfch could be, and ytftrst: Wf _pti lCutaldng th'itr:
I herald rejoice to tee it followed by every-po IIOr I people'regt1aw'WII who inhabit th_ He pronounces. 'the[ court yard, and tioned off fee yaM fence mend the Know Nothing Orderwhich is once belie t the eiperJcnce of all the past? us feel"T -



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fi cIr1Ia1t and' nttfte f RUSOI... Through the jjolitenescof tij Secretary t l f Cr4" .. ra4.! r,. .uat o mo ncnr' .mmoeraiji"kD "
Slavery shall rift be extended to new Territories The York Book of t& August Ve have b L'tr % -Thh is d new- Co ; U tf Har :'Znt'tL tiitE'C
4 -r-- ., New Pay 31st State F. L. YiliepigniV Esq:' } ea n .ntycuo&a1. : uyonoAityracuso
S'utcs itlirt
and ;G 'vtrnraerit shall have
t TALLAHASSEE: f nothing afejatoGatejerJo; t '46wllii&i Id cntaanthtThtOrIadwn by the ( r;. lt an ai4at1on c\T. 1TtoTP1 ofhCJueorturctflo : .t It abow. p. ofvhIo on: 1 pdi ijJ;. .::1 uJCV*
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a ;.i other w nftj'tkal it sKatt remain(' tefcrets* feThfi New York ;;&n& Ittb fftj:_eir State I ?': $e taken; i by'the'last, t raaW 172 femaleslUeAaiVsUves ) ; m ''siaes Stale ticket preparatory 'tojjfljiiion 4. NOt"

Satllriay. ,, september855.. LAlI1DtIIma.C tho AWesricjan pArVf tnUevn! : It.i*their c ireee t1.t-jn,44aiL atmpton.The legislature as have beeq cewed attft.offiea! 1.1 ; 5 ,r ie, io. .t and chooae dil ates.toje Ciiadn.natl .

I =- tiol'ar r of IS Ineottowior fnilk It \vilV not be given tip. It"111 be order in the South had expected great' These returns on tho whole are quite satisfactory -i lLJo uuo.: V'-:fkOgWhitemales,21 ;." : National DemocratIc,Convention. '':

j aad fifty p cent tqnart for each oootio- earned ont It cannot be put down if we things from this meeting, as it was by the assistance that females ticket selected consists of Aaron Ward
t 'CrrtipMrtioo., would, and ,\vodld not if we could. It will ,.as they exhibit the gratifying Jact |, _174 for
: of New York thai the'uthem'd'd1. State is her -total male slaves 48, females 48 Secretary-'of StitiffTl "
uf tu&datft -u. to be paW be true to the people; true to its intelligence, our handsomely increasing in whites 385;
( I w AW w* '
: n-.lfel.izr Us justice, ]jls nianine! and its rights; true egates were. enaoled. fitPmladelpbia! tog t population. We.ahan' add to these returns -total slaves 00. Aggregate 481. IT ire ntNHer-I ia J '1' ..... n EJ.UI"f

ow '' I" .. to God and our country." Does tbe South through the sIaverp1ank of their jplatfonn.- as they come in : add the population Volosia, there will. be Josah the .Jr.: ottom, IQ.eJ.._ .

: c.'ye hid hoped to be able to conclude one take iota issue if on it does.this t There It will are not the alter facts things-the But,w 1 A r hopes have been| blat New ESCAMBIA.-White males 1452, 'females a tota) of 743 whites fold.i 393 slave, and G r i--"yj\1A. ror t Rn eel'- b.;

fith Ged. Can tn' to.day' is' York ranges herself by 'the side of Massachusetts total i 1850 the 0', (lI e .. .
the controversy sentiments-the convictions._ They re.tb'4.. 1204-total whites 2650 ; male slave.-.B8, grand of 1136.., Jn population .t.;
J'1L .. lae;; &* tfaettfc i**&* tetter hacrnot They cannot be change! It' is n point. and ,Pennsylvania, and thus not (solitary -l females 728 total-slaves.1516'jr.-ree colored l of'Orange TO 283 whit' tl 'Dd 2 DAl..rC I' .D _, 'r

: -*3izW feah& fttn* k Wgofag to press.Ve .- ached.coolly, reasonably, fairly. So it will 'State Council all the North is left for I 322. 4494. In whites'2644 free'cotoredYmakirig! In all 406 ;;' showing isPza ; 8aosuel I.wm1id
be abided Nor does this conflict with Aggregate j 1850, ,- ,, -. d : Jddg< ,;( (tije,.C .
.t \ understand, and reget'to"hear it., that he by. the Southern I wing to swear1>y':. Pennsylvania f- srtlt i
of 728.
colored increase .
i. fcas Been' prostrated! "by illness within the past the so-culled American platform.. Not at all. New Jersey, Connecticut,'Rhode Island, slaves 1332, free 375-aggregate Greene C. Bronson, Chariee O.I .:
J A platform that ignored this sentiment wouldbe : 4351 ; showing an increase in whites of 12, i ST.. .JOHWS.-White males .801, females and
w/eeH/atvdViJ will for the Ohio New Hampshire Vermont New York,< Beardrfey George !
'pf coarse account 9r.
.j platform at ail for the North-only an of slaves 184, a decrease in free colored of 879-total whites 1680; male slaves 517, females '
: 4ion-appeanaiGe of nis letter. insult and an injury. It would be spit &c.,.&c., have, all gone with Massachusetts, elected as 'delegatenati ;' rp-to.1IW
upon 53, and a nett increase of 143. 543- total slaves 1000; free colored
and cxecrate into the slough of freesoil! Not one remains, Comrentiooi i;aad'Aagostas 8e.t1a.1

'The proceeding* of the Democratic anti. The American party will be true to itself.It no not one. We give the resolutions of the SANTA ROSA. -White males 1320, females 77 aggregate 2817.. In 1850, whites 1417, Ward, Joseph 8i 1.IDd.H..8. .

.1 'kn6w Nothing meeting, held in Quincy on 'will carry ont its own great, good and New York State Council below, preceded by I 1292-totalwhites 2612 ; male slaves 639, (e- slaves 993 free colored 115-aggregate 2525. altemateo. .Ao.attwnpt was 'mad bj_.

.f l&tanhy lisf, came to hand too late for instrtiofi leading issue It will also give play. to this the usual catch-cries of t'.le order. They mal,3'407-total ,slaves) 1046; free colored Increase in whites 263, in slaves 67,decrease hot-beaded combers .of the Carezolntion el rr .

:, .. ,. to-day.- John J. Colson, Esq., is anti.tlnery'element.the gigantic life.it was It must born do for so.if It It can'tlive does condemn the Administration for its repeal of 14. Aggregate 3672. In 1850, white males in.free colored S&-.nett increase 292. th.dune ty ol!

the candidate selected to fill the vacancy in not. There is no evading this. The American i the Missouri Compromise-for its encouragement 1131, females 964-total whites 2095 ; male BBBVABD.-The name of this County was mfaistration,; btrt.tbe W.

: e Legislature occasioned by the resignation party will not evade it. It bus no disposition of aggressions upon the governmentof slaves 451, females 333 total slaves 784 ; changed by the last Legislature fora St. Lode tense to vote it down, 'nrWafe;:{,d=

-..: of. lion;: Mr.. Zeigler. to. It will be nnti-slavery just so far the territorial inhabitants of Kansas," and free colored 4. Aggregate 2883. Gain of to Brevard. Its population consists of address Is, .howerer, '' t'r. -,. :
and so long as tbe hearts and heads of the whites 517, of slaves 242, of free colored 10. white males 13 females-total whites '
t t otherwisewill declare that tho institution of slavery should 110 lions. adoptbdi.bj ,tHe Co. V. ,_ ..
Whoso believes
: "\ A Farmer received and on file for pnbli- people are so. extension from such Total gain 767.VASHINQTON.Wbjte. 123 male slaves 11 females 7-total 18. '
t : :. see in time, if he has eyes, that he is receive tto any repeal"or ; rable and meet our beayap4j ,1'.'

d ; :to!:._' .11eased to hear from him again. mistaken: ia plain English, that Kansas should not \ males 845, females Aggregate 141. Population in ,1350, white poblish.themaafbUowa: + ... ,.,.

The American party of the North has an be admitted as a State with a constitution recognizing 780-total whites 1625; male slaves 327, males 00, females 21-total males,111, ; male Aoofodl That tbe HliwJ 'em tj ;

: J \fh attention of...students'of, medicine is anti-slavery element. This is a fixed fact. slavery We quote: females 366.-total slaves 692 ; free colored slaves 16, females 11-total slaves 27 ; Ag. ffewTorfc?hereby rtllMft"adbmcm k,,,

J 2 ictCd.tG theadvertiseinentofth No University institution Mark well what this Know-Nothing editor THE AMERICAN STATE CONVENTION AT 12-aggregate 2330. In 1850, whites 1434, gregate 139. Gain since 1850, 2. or Lion the to the CQDstitubQ prloeJplea;'tW of uHatioeal&bet .aiimrsin Deaocrtrr....aid 1.

i. : Louisiana another column. -I 8.1.1sTM American party at the North is lSOU& PTON. slaves 504, free colored 12-aggregate 1950. SUMPTER.-This County was formed from theory and tiei 1M ,reloi*eftW mo-.
:: in the Union presents greater attraction : PLATFORM OF rJlI CIPLES. Increase in whites 91 slaves 189-total eraUe National Cooventiooa olll4llDd IsM'ateoatalaiog -.
strongly anti-slavery'1 And what kind of increase Marion and Alachua. It has a population of the eardioal pnoeipUc o(the Thosr_,

:;, for obtaining a thorough medical! education, "anti-slavery" is this which these Northern First. Americans to rule America. 280. 515 white males 438 females- total whites, IT W at. 1L%* w M.OTB* Tt-& and with the diseases peculiar Second. The maintenance of the Union, good wfll,' believing Ut Urn* sod tzptrtae*Uvdempnitrated
:a"i ;t Know. otbings hog to their hearts t The on and under the Compromises of the' Constitution HOLHEi.'Vhite males 645, females 608 953. Male slaves 156, females 204-total I. their parity and uaodseM, sod UM Mcuuity -

:J to our climate.. answer is given above in the plainest language.This faithfully fulfilled. -total whites, 1253; male slaves 48, females slaves 360 ; aggregate 1313. fat a strict*ah rebc ti mta. '
TUt the lessens f UMtnocrscy sC1D..
;; 'fl We "anti-slavery" sentiment "will demand Third. The absolute exclusion from the 55-total slaves 103. Aggregate 1404. In females _
-Ifcs RTVsNON, oaTH DfiEAM. HBRNANDO.White males 670, ,. Uaeh fragility sod CCOOMBT totraticn t ..
t.. :_. 4 lire indebted to James 1%!. Smythe, Enq., (the that slavery shall not be extended to new creed of the American party of all sectional 1850, white males 536, females .501-total 461-total whites 1031 ; male slaves 285, females of pablio afiaini sad tbat w.: adMrt'' U fat
doctrines that the of articles, Democrats 1a1tJa.
are against sense whites M enduring
territories and States that Government shall apportion 1037 male slaves 77 females 86 '
: .: author,) for a copy of this well-written and ; of the American Union, and the disuse ; -- 317-total slaves 603; free colored Rttafatd That -wt iaut M ao"rticl.'of oorerMJ,.'
have nothing at all whatever to do with it. total slaves 103 ; free colored 5. Aggregate the veil atablUbtdDcinocrfttfe dostnM ofStal'
I : ; t handsomely printed story. A hasty glance of the name, influence or organization of 2-aggregate 1635. In 1850, whites 604, upon '
In other words that it shall remain where it 1205. Gain in whites 216 decrease in slaves RighU of a ttnet eoortrnotko of tb.Cowtitotio*,ttri '
; through ita pages eho\vs it to be chaste in the American party, to advance any measure ; slaves 322-aggregate 926. Increase in the prioeipl of Doo-ioUrrcotioo npoo ill dcoatfs
.. etyiaand abounding"'th many passages of is." This is the position and the faith and against the Constitutional rights of the Statesor 63 ; in free colored 5. Nett gain 14R. whites 427, in slaves 280, in free colored 2- State qo Uoc -tod that the, peace sad quiet.f tt*
: the effect of which shall be to endangerthe country demand that it tbonld le kftto the pqt -
the demand of the American the
: :: { great beauty and 'xteeilince. Orders sent to party" perpetuity of the Union. CALIIOUN.White males 515, females 453 total 709. of the TerritorietPfrlaius to the people.''-
Ga. Single copies 75 North-the old abolition idea of surroundingthe -total whites 968; male slaves 221, females State, to determine tat iMnuelrM aH load qowdowt
tl4tIiot: Augusta, Fourth. No sectarian interference
.t. in our These returns are from twenty Counties, including the subject of.laTtry to the nd&a-.J
., I; cents-to clubs of three.Qr more, 50 cents. South with a condon of free States-and Legislation, and no proscription of persons on 190-total slaves 411 ; free colored 27.- and they show the following results, as compared ject to diiturbfajjf in i its.nature sad iofloeoe*,.jaajr.tk
t. ,. _ _ whon it becomes the regulaily accepted and account of religious opinions. Aggregate 1406. In 1850, white males 486, wholly exdoded from tk action o/Ux 0.rtn a.ot
.Snoir-lf' olbtagisB alias Abolitionism acknowledged constituent of a National Par Fifth. Hostility to the assumptions of.Papal females 400--total whites 886; male slaves with the census of 1850: of the Union; and tiat fa furtnvoe.cf4beeP'bdpIesw. ..
White .9lare Free.In give our'cnqusliedadbtienc'to
increase onrI ty God save the South and the Union say Rome, through the bishops, prelates, priestsor 233, females 220-total slaves 453 ; free colored : .N.bn.ka bill and oppcMaflj flbrt1ot 4. (aKlub ...
.. ''I : Every, day's observation only ministers of the Roman Catholic Church, 1855, 37,771 31,018 585 the IriMouri ProbiWtioo. ,;, : *' T ,
:1 eouVTetioii, says the Richmond Enynirer, thataft we.Another ss anti-republican in principle and dangerousto 38. Aggregate 1377. Gain in whites In 1850, 27,602 24,800 COO Rnolvtd, That the NattonllDeaMedMV.k ppoMdta

: .; .efforts make a National or truly Ameribau > evidence of this Northern Know- tho liberties of the people. 82 ; decrease in slaves 42; decrease in free all secret political loaetie, and tbLie firrt.principle .

.1 I:: party i of Know-NotHings will' result Nothing hostility to the South and its institution Sixth. Thorough reform in the Naturalitation colored 11. Aggregate gain 29. 10,169 6,218 75 of dlscnwion a free governineat ball tnattcnr demnod of peo paUk and MQMfti anritrictfd

1. -'b t in /inikerabl& abbrtion. The elements are so *, we find under the/ po tical" head of laws of the Federal Government. WAKCI.LA.-Number of white males 889 Increase in whites,. .. .. . 10,169 that the guarautee of frMfiomof Mdoot &M n4vonbip. ,

t var6as''r'ind;.mtkgb lutta that they will not the Boston Bee, another KnowNothingpa Seventh. The enactment of laws fur the white females 783 total whites 1672 male in slaves,. .. .. . 6,218 eootaioed ia our State and ftfaal OooftvtutJoM -
,0 : protection of the purity of the ballot-box by ; U. at the foundation of ooro*tioml libertkt
; andV'taondl' (fUicd. Abolhio'nilm''hi! Ii' From it we learn that a meeting had he; Stat!. slaves 576, female slaves 584-total slaves 16,387 and pronpenV;that anv atUtnpt to :altIe tlit.
to alien of beomftig.tdxnsa %
ilege now granted
been held iulJoston :
.:. it the controlling element at the North, will committees representne Eighth. Free and literal! institutions for 1160 ; free colored 7. Total population,, Decrease in free'colored,. . . 75 : oiroers of the toil among us.'ortosfeettbe4gbtMi.'
:: not consent to such an union. Its fanaticism v different .political K parties, whose_- obiect- -oJ'-- education of all classes of the people with! 2839. Population in 1850, white males 616, : adopted citizens to a full and equal.pdpS* ..
I was "to confor with reference to a Fusion." the Bible as a text book in our Common I Nett increase 16,312 goTernmental a: u defined oj lbs Ooostftutloi
.1 r constdersjuetice to the South, true fidelity to white females 548-total whites 1164 ; increAse ought to be routed as antagonwtieal to UM grorat'tt

",. tbe.Constlt'dtion, and treason, as gynonymns<. The parties represented were the American, Schools. since 1850, 508. Male slave 391, females Aggregate in 1855,. 69,374 Uepubhicaniriititutloo.-snd that W' .:'aaDeoxertti,

; and iasUuily brands the Northern man who I. (Know.NotMng) Kno w.Something; Republicans GENERAL RESOLUTIONS. 330-total slaves 790 ; increase 370; in 1850,. 53,062In then recognize of birth as or eridenoe rtligioaa fidelHj creedbeHering or merit ft fa.die i&tiM-JB{ *

'i .' utters a syllable in favor of the constitutional and Free Soilers!-One of the leading Rosolved, That the National Administration free colored 2. Total in 1850, 1955. Total 1850, the entire population of the State ion 01 the Demoeney to proclafax aDd mdotab tte
:J" of by its general course official conduct, great doctrine of civil and religion JiWrty.1IId ta
i.I ilension. of slavery as a t traitor. With these subjects discussion by this mixed congregation together with the attempt to destroy the repose, Increase, 884. consisted of 47,203 whites, 39,310 slaves uphold and enforce tbe'eomtitotioo ia its auburn priaeiple .

-. .; men, Southern Know-Nothings cannot dare of traitors was the propriety of harmony fraternal relations of the countryin LEON.-White males over 21, 899, under 932 free colored-making -a total of 87,445, of Jutlee and eq a1ity.

.' : not affiliate, and as there is no other descrip calling a mass Convention. After much de. the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and 21, 968-total 1867; white females 1639- o' whom 19,120 werj born in tho State, Rutlvtd passed;by That the we Leguktore.refirdta of*this Pro Stats ibtov'at UalMlUMloo .so&c&

.*: : ,: tion of Kiiow-Nothings at the North having bate, the following call was finally agreedto encouragement aggressions upon the gor. total 3506; male slaves 4502, females 4652- 25,332 were born ont of the State and in the at pot only a violation ofifc* CoaatiMw
ernment of the territorial inhabitants of Kan. bat o. *nbrer*iTe of penooal Uberty .andtk*
Y t toe tUgUefct influence or numerical strength, : 'as, deserve and should receive the united total slaves 9,154 ; free colored 69. Aggregate United States, 2,740 were born in foreign right priraU prop rtj';and that ttl repeal 1I"iooo
U is Idle worse loan idle to talk and write "The people of Massachusetts who are condemnation of the American ytfnjJf. alid population 12.729. Tn 1R50, whito male* countries and 1 1 unknown.It opinion iaperathely dems"J.J. p'
oppood 4.. iU. tension of slavery, are requested ffW ATbat all wfcoagre* b pIe'1IpI6 tW'
f und' bout of a gr&at National Know-Nothing that the institution of slavery should receive 110 1695 ; Cem3.les'1488total whites 3183 ; .
SfiIt. t to assemble in primary meetings it i is said that Mr. Fillmore appointeda leading quertiona of tU day ehanW *!I; Ugtiierr*
.1 1 parly. It 15,.also, idle.to talk of preserving their several towns and cities, and elect extcnsionfrom any such repeal. male slaves 4112, females 4091-total slaves never nrdleM: of minor derat2ooftiMa,. we eoedUllyinvite
i free-soiler to office the
of the single during periodof doetriaea her,
Resolved, That in the organization all >bo agreewiffi US into*
'4 :" the, Union through inch an instrumentality.Indeed delegates in the proportion of three delegates American order the institution of involuntary 8,203 ; free colored 56. Aggregate 11,442. his administratioo.-Stntinel. enunciated regtrdle of former.'auodatfaot to anita

'i: if-\\0'considered the clan to which for each representative on valuation yearn, servitude was and now is regarded as local Increase in whites 323, in slaves 951, in free The Know Nothing organ does well in with tm bengraftiog tbeoV'npoa tbe peSky cf tWcounter
tu Convention be hild I bat it b prinmpbi alao that-99 hniUaunioo.
to for the
:4 1: we have referred as representing the large, nomination a of Stats officers." at- and not national in its character, is tho subject colored 13-total increase 1287. this statement to take refuge behind it if I. .; We deooiaoee.npce.all eoalhkioa of those boMl'
controlling, conservative sentiment at the for the toleration of difference of opinion boetile sentiments ** uoprinetpled aDd densnilaij .-
t. ; J EFFEJt50 .-White males 1562, females said. There is no truth in the statement .'.
'should of the Union and This is the initiatory step, in Massachusetts, by tho citizens of the Northern and -
ti despair
'l \ 1524-total whites 3086 ; male slaves 2724, whatever. His Secretary of the Treasury
New York Soft ConTentton.
We by Know-Nothings, Know-Somethings, Re. Southern States, and as such has no rightful ;
J.:, at once prepare for its dissolution. arehappy place in the platform of the National American females 2940-total slaves 5664 ; free colored the notorious Tom Corvm-waa a free soil- 3k
and ::8TL&1az, Avg.
:' :\i" however, to entertain a different opinion publicans whose Free-Soilers, for a mass convention Party. 2. Aggregate 8752." In 1850, white males er of the deepest dye, and always, in Con The Soft Democratic Convention, now Ia

:'; j of-that controlling Northern wntimeritjaffd t i one grand object is oppositionto 1410, females 1356-total whites 2775 male and oat of Congress, sustained the Wil- this have rwolation
the extension Hero is a platform as frcesoil in its main ; gress aeaaiod in place, passed *
.1 shall be able to show that there of slavery. In this fusion,
I bepa we slaves slaves the bitter end. The the armedlntenention.ofthe MU
features that has heretofore been framed 2454,females 2484-total 4938; mot Proviso to same denouncing
a dill that section a Democratic leaven we are proud of the fact, that no traces of any in the affairs of Kaoaaa calling on d*
is I in soun'ans
General NathanK.
: ; ,. by the most rampant fusionists, and free colored 5. Aggregate 7718. Gain of was true of his Postmaster ,
: that will continue to aid in preserving rather Democracy are discoverable ; and that ap. whites 311 of slaves 726 decrease in free Hall. The absurdity of the Sentinel's Government to restore the Misaooil Compro
:. .i' places the order in New York in the same ;
be that the New York
to the
the Union. But it is not our pears only party which is not to be raise declaring Dttboeraey
; : thin'disrupting represented in the treason. category with all the other freesoil combina- colored 3-total gain 1034 it is said" is further manifest when we reflect adhere to all the eooipromises of the >Coasts

l.. .tr rrrtcntion, to day, to pursue this branch of the How tions. MADISON.White males 2790, females that the entire whig party of the North tution and to State right and .xpisingtiiI.

,4;J subject. Our object now j!is.to give further much nationality will the Sou'h recognize 2558-total whites 5348 ; male slaves 1992, proved so thoroughly rotten on tho slavery hostility to the extension of slavery to ttmi'
in this?
j.. : evidence of tbe.deadly hostility of Northern George W. Call, Esq. females 2158-total slaves 4150 ; free colored : question in 1854 that this same Sentinel cut tory now free. '. '

i : Know-NothingUni to slavery, and its irrevocable We are pleased to see, from the proceed 3. Total population 9501. In 1850, loose from fellowship with them on the ground The public have learned. to re4ve. ..
Tho Sentinel -
Gen. Call's letter with
i J. determination to,deny to tho South the copies ings of a Democratic anti-know nothing meet white males U82, females 1320-totalwhites : of their freesoilisra, so that if Fillmore did not patches telegraph with grains o(aDowne,.,

.11.. xercJsewd tnjjO)ment of her rights' under our comments, and indulges as usual in bitter, ing held at Jacksonville on the 20th August, 2802; male slaves 1440, females 1248-total appoint free soilers to office" he must have but if it should turn out thai all -that s. JaM

s ':: tit b tbeCoaLitttiOI:, personal remarks' towards the Floridian. that this talented and influential Whig repudiates slaves 2688 total population 5,490, showing filled all his appointments with Democrats! said of the action ,of the 'ioIa 1" e,
The following, &I1fdy'e copy jus at it Well, let the editor rail on. In bUr various will be left to the Southern,Demoe-
r' Know Nothingism, and declares his an increase in whites since 1850 of 2- nothing
in the editorial column controversies with him, we believe it is pretty :7 Read Gen. Cass admirable Know tiwn.Pnn.ADfctrHiA .'
: .. ': otigfaally appeared resolution to oppose it. If," said he in his 546, slaves of 1462, to which should be added racy but torepudiatifeh1owsbiPw
: and American Crusader generally conceded that he has invariablycome Nothing letter on the first page, as also CoL 1.
1; of the Know-Nothing address by the News the principles which makes the total in-
q as reported 3 free colored, Tkt Whig
in Boston which manifesied out banged, battered, bruised and worse Hicks' statement of what he saw of the disgraceful WHIOOIXT.-
published paper
of the Know Nothing be whig,
ted and in his party crease 4011. Louisville Riot. Convention assembled In Philadelphia,
intense interest in the late consequently case something City
; the most "
then I am no longer Whig. Mr. C. is the
and which used all tbe must be pardoned to tho spirit of resentment HAMILTON. White males 1161, females Tuesday last has adopted jslatfona, of
h eanvaw in Virginia, nephew of Gen. Call of this county, and baa male slaves 456 GONE BY THE BOABD.-Public opinion is
iotal whites 2225 ,
succession of It 1084- ; which the b plank:
/ iofluenc'e had in favor of the elc tion of Mr. engendered by a defeats. following a
4 it and '
; heretofore been an active zealous member females 477 total slaves 933 free colored working wonders with the Know Nothings.A .
of ;
w is. one the weaknesses of poor human nature "' Resolved, That we heartly subscribe to
.I A. ', Pl'kttnov: always to speak ill of those who conquerus of the Whig party, battling for its men 1-aggregate 3159. In 1850, whites 1817, letter from Quincy informs us that in that the declaration, that "Americana' shall rafcAmerica .

;1 & .. [From tb.Bottoo Know-Nothing 25.and American Cm and the editor is constantly showing that and measures with an ability second to no slaves 685, free colored 9-aggregate 2511. place the Council met on Saturday night last ," and express our belief that sines
'ader. ]
I Aogost other man in the State. He was a Taylor Increase in whites 408, in slaves! 248, decrease and resolved to surrender their charter to the the glorious 4th of July.) 1T76, Americana always -
:. 'A Ti-SLAVE Y SiimHEzrr or THE NORTH.It he is no exception to the general rule. Poor .
,. : to wink elector (alternate) in 1848, and in tho Scott in free colored 8-total increase 648.v State Council This, however, we suspect have, that they do now, and always
2 is nb'sort of use to attempt fellow! We cannot dismiss him, however, 10' America.! We no comma.nfcatkm .
veil in campaign he was equally active for his party; will be found to be only a tub thrown to the will, govern hold
blink, argue, put down, or any mannereOTel' 'with this brief notice without first pointing COLUMBIA.-White males, 2733, females with that spurious 'Awerfcanltal that
the fact, that there rs a strong aotitUrery but now that the whig party has been disbanded whale-a concession to popular opinion.- Its disciplesupon
1 op his characteristic 996 places organize
.' out another of blunders. He 2488-total whites 5251 ; male slaves skulks in hiding ;
eentiront all through the North It by the bulk of its leading advocates colored They retain their anti-american dogmas, andso the footing mutual distrait 'and with1

V is deep-profound. It is in the blood, bone says : pressing into the ranks of a secret order, females 994-total slaves 1940 ; free I long as they do this the rallying cry should the aid immoral and unlawful .oatha.ineul "7.cates .
It is not to be abused The Floridian's statement that the .. 7164. In 1850, whites 3541, .
marrow of the people. present 3-aggregate : habitual doD and deceit, and tabliahes
; found
bitter end. It will be ,
refuses follow them but, be to
Mr. C. not only to war
i nor slighted, but is to be honored and respected Democratic party had its origin in the slaves 1266, free colored aggregate 4808. as its guiding star, Indiscriminate proscription
day of President Monroe, who first appointed in the Language of the News, has resolution Increase in whites 1680, in slaves 674,in free furthermore, to be a trick of the wireWrkersand of citizens by elasWr and general

; We so honor and respect, if.V mean Gen. CaR to office, like most of its statements enough to denounce them, and independence colored 2-total increase. 2356. leader When a person takes the descriptions, such as are utterly at variance

.. ) our paper shall We should occupy a strange, is without" the sanction of history to enough to face the obloquy of quandom Know Nothing oath, he swears to comply with the Constitution of the Unit States
r almost' effective pOsition dVd we not. Oar support it. LEVY.-White males 351, females 332- in all things
f. friends likely to arise from a free and open with the will of the majority and the whole scope. of American GbD4caniam.
4. columns will- from time to tim ./ as, occasion I Of course, with the article before their eyesit expression of opinion." total whites 683; male slaves 92, females 96 social or political and this oath binds him .

V may, teem, meet give proper and free expression. wilt be hardly necessary to tell the readersof -total slaves 188 ; aggregate population 871. as he is a member of the organizationand
On this so long
4 ground we
; wish:: to>be&hia.nliment.understood. and indulge fa plain the Sentinel that the Floridian made no Gov. REEOER has__sent this brief messageto In 1850, white males 150, females 170-total until he regularly withdraws. But by i Moastrtis Siuke. ,:.

.4 talk. We believe, further, that the great such statement" Here U what we said : the Kansai.Legislature : whites 320 ; male slaves 71, females 74 surrendering the charter the Council ceasesto Ma. Eorrox :Although I have !./

.f ;i' body, of the'Sooth---its numerical, force,at all JEFFERSON was founder of the Democratic "To the Honorable Council and House of -total slaves 145, aggregate 465.: Gain exist and with it the functions of the offices large and small specimens of the rep!**

events reapec* and honor this sentiment party." Williams, himself a Whig of Representatives of. Kansas Territory : Although since 1850 of whites 363, slaves 43-total and consequently there can be no regu. tion, since my ,residence |a' Florida,, ,

,t .,- We:do know Very w<$! that N.o11he'll' men older standing and better authority than Gen. I have refused to acknowledge yon to gain 406. Jar: withdrawals! Thus the breaking of curiosity was nevermore grwidyee ''r
..r :, Who ire false to the North and Its settled s hruneDt Call; says i&'his Statesman Manual, The be a legal body,and although I am still'of the 6l2 up ef&4 **\
c :on:tb& rustLer, are sl abomination to opposition to the federal administration assumed same mind, yet it is due tliaj I should inform PUTNAM.White males 738,females. the Council operates as a fraud upon the on seeing a large Rattle Snake

'.$ the ;iSptjtbY.: They abhor a ,traitor. They an Organized form under the auspices you that I have received official notification of total whites 1350; male slaves $88, females membership. killed by Mr. A..'B.'Turner, thi* &g.oa

kt hale cowaros. *11 *y despise the man-:ofr party of Mr.. Jefferson. By his advice, the-oppOsition my removal;and that until my successor arrive 371-total slaves 759; free colored 14. Ag.gregate ER- the plantation of Mr. P..JJ.j Brokaw.abowi

L ( .,which U D$ true to.iu own.: Shoald' the party, which' had been called:anti-feder- the duties of the office 'Governor will devolve 2123. 'In' 1850,'white males 271, females W. Y..Peyton, Eaq.- one.mile distant' tb> Nortn be any less true to itself than isthVSbum'l alislti claimed the name of Republicans, while 'Secretary Woodson.". male slaves '
'I ral" them upon 202-total whites 473; We are:pleased to learn that our esteemed of a Snake measured In I length nine r-'WTt.
their (dd opponents called Democrat '
The-American-party at the North .is strongI *."' .. It is said the reading of_the letter producedroars 115, females 89 -total slaves 5 204fr; .colored friend from WiUiainsburg; ,;has been"elected: fag nine rattle*, aad:hit hid jof", '

-. atrtl-ilarefyi Whether! m people may This is*the ti 'OFloridian's: sttinent"led I of. laughter from the opponents" of the 1
: fkney Ihti or nt>t,1 tri ifltte no sort of differnce. by the sanction of hiitory"-the other had GoVernor. ., T'f;' of whites 877, slaves 555,' free colored 4 -total tuteWith: a :permanent salary of 91200 .peianntftn. i' Oa 'at''J. !

Faet"race lPctnt bO; rubbed out its origin in the inventive brain of the Sentinel. 4. ---- 'gain, 1436N.iut1.White Mr. P. is an A Mi and L. B. Grid&iit -, Mr.Brokaw;and en.> ..frwcf efcWB?: .
Irtrts taken-paawnlOn ofth best mind the .- Price of Proriiioni in Hew Orleans, Sep I bid fair! ., have A dw&! io
3 *3 it wffl retnalni Bat .torIiIHhatd "- t 1 males 587, female 539- > of William and Mary, and to reflect bf all those who taaj .' '
and there fdob
$ YVhew'
1 partr.
p Lff.thi c1ft t1obn ld:' Ills ;N.OmiDrSe't.' .t i. ..47.5O4I, a' 9.00 4l4 4otal slaves 860; free colored 37* Aff.gregate the .citizens of a distant'city! P,6Q,: '. ;". '_. r ..

I2i.v1T r ndl I IIA 9f aIre: The steamer ciatTctybu': arrived .Bacon Sides,;'. .'. .' 1010 a Hi. 2013. In 1650, white',males 034, their success in obtaining' .one m highly,qoal. '. ."i' .. ; .'o.r.ra.:

oi -afl l&sobld'jdst with, ftdrlwafrom'.HavnAtothe5filHulL'Santa :! ;; ; ) Shoulders,. ; .,..... .. IOjo' H.. rim 1 ut-tolal whites 1061 ; mafe'slave* ified to proritb.over tfctir,institatiaa Jf bar*, ,Moau.a'.. '
g&aba = m nt'\hatifatl'. :Anna .and'familyf' 'h.ve"arrived"with LardV.v..'.'.'.-. .:. '10 c a InS VtWTd of tWa e4iy ai'I'TT. .at.
I ':i! t N 1Ji torty-foor attendant tL They lea for"Cura o uJar-.'.. / ....'.'.. .. 6 6 CI. *8| 52 femibaB55 total elavei 1077; fr& colored iD; i1a ,.m n dotbt do ,. ;N t6Ic''.. tIJ ll_. ..

.; ..t tS I hait; its ur.1oJi.. on. tEtf: eoeifcof; Vencu14, 8 G .Mess Pork por bbL,.'. 020 a 20-60 .29,. A regato ai64l:GT3th. tW"I" : a ..... '"t"f'HgL. ) 11p !.ti" Ii 'ei J. V
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Tb Secret poUtko-r E I4UOd: .Know not iiiTt"tdrtnUg x>ay] dUpensd;;wlih fcUMr 1 t .1'1' > *-HALIFAX* ,-.JUg.jfj 89.- 00 pjmidaa aa wore*., Thfj en WjMjt AHirimsqtt Aftdt for the BUt4 of'Florid*: I

v_, :ngf ii, attractfer' 'tfMTftttto.. attention. .": ,:,innixster .{ *.Borland's] 'eonoeiloa\ .ti1t.",- The .Tbe Canada:has' jutfved' /with' ''op.wek'slatei *M t r the**soItutI'n!**. **;&end peft&TflpUj titeforaebet sbocjdt **. eal well*\mrjtW.cad fatera% toowa t"\hi.T to : : S:
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,_ frt>m which we make tbfollowing txtract.The land's cornmu ion with kno otbIAg1sm I Lhgrea.t ,Cotton has advanced. Liverpool!:to'|; ,.f* a4 speedy rAl- .ever.offered for this tmablesoroo teatlmoniaJaTnnls 'poejieatlooVtn" .

I yIewjIefeezp1eLed, .. its.tothe. jrtrengthenjnf complacency satisfaction. but during the i last two days preceding the sad d"n ernuI mild- !' ":;and'ill who have' tbMnio f'maft Gin," and hereby remcftr suTetats ;.
: of the he'mnrket easier & diadrro:lwnd keep'thi fQnl IoabiB the above Gins wbjoh will be) *
sailing turner, was
fleet..hich this iutuo* tad;anti-Protea. ( Addrn* )1f> )
.GADSDEN,COUNTY. Sept: 3 1855. and closed steady.: c Sale of.tbe 'we k; 80,. meicot tfcaMi .1aition toitapetfeeiJtafeUJaila : Shell' Point Q \ i .
tint.,j>erseeuti0n Wilt, hare1on .jth Choral: have been occasionally presented'b* Editor of Floridian 6f Journal r .''t. 000 bales, of whi h speculators! took 34,000. {d1.:Pttftfw fa..m be'cmriful.to:a k Tbr Da.1TLAKC l; Qtemher'l8i : ;
and 4508. sIs& -
exporlre OtuDAnD Vxmmwx, aWe none "
fore. in&6.. columns! .- -ofheToridiwz- .*' DEAR SIB:- Saturday;last, tbV good people : Stock of American Cotton on .hand 385-, All (bfErY nDifagn,ia, commniaQ. a r*: wortbleMDr.M'&M' ; 1. FtoaJ .

SjYe.hare;..iyr, m.vtanj" numbers I' of the of this county opposed tb the Know Nothing 000. Venrnfugo. JIIO W.Celebrated Uw "We.tf. 'undersigned, hating (
: PiIlfn-i6w'be had at respectable Drug Stores. trial of the
Knosr Nothing or' American Cruuder,a Bos- party, assembled in the Court, House. at The advices from Manchester. are -more. fa : io tie TTniUdSt tfti mid Cawul*.. .. 41: a Mr. ,Brown performance for which' new:

um'piper; Tr&ieh professca'to be
: of the .Order, and':which boasts together for the benefit of the .country ; and Flour! idull and bad declined 6d.r I. and at on*Agency in .yqryTowin tbe.South., forded, and,we girt It as oUi"o i
'ofibj OOOO reade -. We defy.Ireland topro Wheat was lower.'Com was dull and had SeptembnJ,186.i! a enabled to judge thtthW1n' : .
although it was a very busy time with the declined Is Od. with the length or strength of.the :
< foceE8ch-, paper;, it is the. most .rabidOrangeiso 1. ':
),:served up with.American' clang; planters; stfll n vrt elesaew, larger county Crops'were favorable. Money was Ugh New 1t11lrraneaents-Noflherfl. Mall, Gin it any of more Mr.Ball, if aa and much others, aa dow sad ) '

'and erea'the Tablet Is not more intolerant, meetings ever had assembled within that viI.. 1 ter, and Consols were quoted at 91 to 91 I Lere Amerlcna dailj except SDndaja, at 7 A. H.Arrire great rapidity far exceeding that ;

prhfle It is;far: 'less.vulgar. It is lull'of,exhor- lage, : i. at, Tallahassee next day. by 0} P. H.Lar and presents to tbe eye a beautii
i Thegoveimnent has .rohibited the we think marketable article! ;be : i ;
t&flon exclude *11.Catholics from compan The meeting was first addressed by. the t export Tallalaasee daily .except SatOrday tt"6j| ger of fire io IUM Gin. and ooe
of north of t Dunkirk and of Mal :
; and all-Irish: from! employment; and .
Chairman, P. W. White, Esq., who informed : P.M. ly sufficient to keep us
thw'.C&rrazo of fanaticism and selfishness isionship ta. Arrive at Amerioui next days by 6 A.M. Signed by: R.R Haughton. |
made'/attractive: by tales d4s ribing the I' the audience that this meeting was intended FHOM THE SEAT OF WAR. Cloaea. daily excepX Saturday, punctually: 6} Sunders A. IL Johnson John If. :

; &b miD 1iPna Democratic for in the Baltic P. M. ford, Charles D. McCoy, Isaaa Wb ;
of celibacy with a pruriencyAhjch. not as a purely one or purely Swraborg was bombarded bv ;
Letters to be Mailed mutt be in the office before -
can only be equalled In England byReyn Democratic purposes, but as an anti-Know the Alljes.on the llth, and destroyed. ,The that time. The following ia an extract from

<4d'.-"'Mysteries of the 'Court. 'The Nothing meeting, and all per Cs, whether destruction of property was immense. The I W. S. Lawton, & Co. Ben Island :
Affect of this ''teaching is evident enough In loss of the Allies was trifling.Liprandi.'tlie I Factors South Atlantis Wharf
: not to the former OBITTTAEY.MES. .
tty belonged or Whig their Patrons? After giving to & '
:Itbjt styIe2ud temper of the correspondence Russian General!, had attacked -
Party, if.they entertain anti-Know Nothing IDA WOOD of this plaw': died on Saturday, some wholesome advice about
,Xhich islnzerte4 both in. prose and verse. It ho position of the Allies on the Chcniaya,
laC and enumerating aoma of r the &

course of polemical I i .nffic1..which has patetherein. The balance of the gentleman's great loss. The final bombardment! of See. aged kilter, a iuater, and a lArge'cl of relatirea they close.their circular by.Baying; .
beerit&e e&rfte of' Ireland arid Etfglsnd..also. remarks I'could bastopol was fixed on the 11 th.. and'friend* to mourn their IOML She waa taken away "Now. to prevent all the' }
,Oft"fUffrfa5. t 'in4B. >d off being.a waring; not well gather owing to the Queen Victoria was on'a visit to Paris. (IQ early youth frofn tbe nil to come.'and now sweetly this article there has been
cpp[*sn to.eicite them to, emulation of 'the press of people coming in. sleeps ia Jwns' She was a member of Methodist which not only takes the seed (
ADDITIONAL BY TilE CANADA. frees ;it from motes trash and
same:' the cause of Romanism will be aided, After,some preliminary business had been E. Cboreh, and died ezpresstqg }*er confidence in the ,
time without tie
; to
not injured. Bettering, as'we"do mostilrmly, transacted, the Hon. D. L.,Keenan was calledto Denmark is reported to have referred to Son of God to ber pastor, who stood at her bcd ide. been sent to the ittjvry Fad ri. which ttaptt.a :: :

thsjtjfrom: the influence of pie Romish. Church France the question of the Sound dues. Amiable and. affectionate, QOQB knew her but to Island Cotton and they '
the stand, and his reception was certainlyfull I took fire which J lasted till : : ;
there follows, and always must follow, social Sweaborg magazines lore her., work than Cotton from any
evidence that his bad decreased stores projectiles blew About 60 These Gins are made
degradation :aDd- jjj.-subservience, we popularity not up. "Dearest sister tbou hast left UI, "
: !
mourn:overthis spirit of persecution, not only since he left the legislative hall and Allies were wounded, but none killed Swea And tby loss we deeply feel; The price of thee Gins i ;

because itlJ an imita.tiobnt because it is an and had retired to private life. His reception borg did not surrender. But it is God tbat hath bereft as, Point fa Florida will be as follows
About 60,000 Russians attacked the allied Be can all our sonows beaL
s& rarati6ri of Romanism. For a 40 Plate size wa-ranted to
:The;fear of priestly power in the State although. expressed rather boisterously, had lines on the Tehernaya river or the 10th Yet again we hope to meet thee, lint per day, $ISO'

though perhaps not unnatural is all the sincerity of honest men welcoming a fought 5 hours, with loss of 5000 killed, and When the day of life is fled; For a 60 Plate siae. wairante l to .
!' The Roman Catholics indeed absolutely tried and faithful public servant. 400 prisoners war in full retreat when French And in Heaven with joy to greet thee lint per day. $140.
are :' Where ao farewell tears are abed. For a 60 Plate sue, warranted
increasing, because of the foreign immigration The honorable gentleman spoke about reservf- came up. Omar Pacha had been or- J. A. lint per day, $100 .

; but they are relatively diminishing twenty minutes, advocating Democratic, principles dered to the Crimea. For a 70 Plate size, warranted .
Di-patch from St. Petersbnrgh Gort- lint per day, $220.
by Ufa conversion of of the says
many immigrants. and measures, and opposing the Know schakoff's orders are, if Sebustopol falls, to : CANDIDATES For a 80, largest mze, warranted t
The Irish in circumstances .
as they improve
X > >B<%J* M > X i X i--ihS lint $250. 1
Nothing party, in true Keenan style-rich, burn the fleet. per day
notoriously mae, either themselves or their I I We are authorized to announce DAVIP -
children, .to be' .Catholics. Archbishop Mc. : racy and rare, being the seasoning blended Kars is invested, and its communicationswith YOUNG a* a candidate .for County Commusioner at To Rent. I

Jiale'preaches in Cennanght against the exodus with statesmanlike views which mposed the Erzeroom cut oLE Reinforcements are the ensuing election in October next.tv" A LARGE and ooramodions

bflcanifr of what .he. calls its irreligious' burden of his speech. going out.London good r iom'. Pantry.Kitchen, f
Post important events We are authorized to annoonwxl HALEY T taebed is a ]large garden containing
effect; and according. to the statistics of Mr. After the Gentleman had concluded, a committee It says maybe BLOCKER na a candidate for re election to the office of land Situated on a high and i
expected. is supposed to refer to secret
MuH&7a.A i Roman. Cath- a of Sheriff of Leon County the election in October next For particulars apply to,
appointed to draft resolutions for the .
oliciltf the Stale's. a.eP'frli.dry two millions.* expedition.Six -' 'AI September 8,1865.
Tbe'faith which Protestant ascendency and meeting returned'and presented through their ships of war escorted Victoria to Bo- (7 We are authorised to announce D. W.WYNN

terrUpriaLtyranny had wound round the Celtic chairman Resolutions for their approval- logne.The as candidate for re-eleotion to the office of Judge of University of
[ rest of the despatch cannot Probate of Leon County at the election in October MEDICAfc DEPA
we decy-
heart becomes loosened by the possession of These were in the main the celebrated Georgia -
republican -etpialitj. Let the Protestants of Democratic resolutions pher. There is no intelligible meaning to be next. THE ANNUAL COURSER : i

America enact the penal laws of Ireland, or passed this- spring.- drawn from it.-EDS Cou.l The friends of Ma.JAMES T. K1LOORE Department will
November 1855 and will
une teature 01 said committee struck forcibly 19th, ,
exhibit its OrangeUm, and they will quickly me announce him as a candidate for SberuTof Leon County March. .
restore- the priests thcis influence. Persecution -its members were composed of old line YELLOW FEVER AT NORFOLK AND PORTS. at tbe election in October next. James suing Jones M. D, Professor of

: i is a game by which Romanism is sure Whigs and Democrats, men of sterling worth MOUTH-DEATH OF MAYOR WOODIS.NORFOLK J. L. Riddell M. D. Professor of
tr WE are authorized to announce THOMAS Warren Stone, M. D., Professor of ; ;
to I and high respectability.After Aug. 30. H HALE a candidate for Tax Assessor aod Collector A. H. Cenas M.P, Professor of
the Mayor WOODIS died of the fever on Mon of Leoo County at the ensuing election in Octo-
of the
4iverest'i C& reading report of said committee A.J. Wedderburn. M.D,
JonroaVf p 36. By the but Census day. Thlrty.sJx deaths have occured within tober next. $ .
Oustavus A. M.D Professor
(1850))the "Church accommodation for Roman Catholic the Hon. A. K. Allison was called for Nott. ,
th 48 hours :
ending on Monday. The mortality Thomas Hunt M.P. Pro&esor
la only for g5.121-oot one-sixth of the accommodation tr Ma. EniToa:Please announce A. B.TUR- i
t foit.be MethodUts nor one-twentieth of that 1. and nobly did he respond ; he spoke about in Portsmonth is fearfully on the in NER as a Candidate for Tax Assessor end Collectorfor tbolog ,

for afl the sects coUlbWed.-5ee DeBove's Censes ," twcf hours to a highly attentive audience, and crease. Loon County, at the Election in October next Cornelius D. ,
Samuel H.D.
Cbopptn. f
I pqi131.. many a day will pass and come ere those MANY VOTERS. The rooms(or Dissecting will be ,:

,, walls will reverberate such words ARRIVAL OF HERMANX.NEW WE authorized to COUNCIL Monday in October. I
A correspondent of the Thomasville JVatl'h.m41i of patriotism tr: are announce '
I TIM Faculty are Visiting
YORK candidate for Clerk of the Circuit
30th. A. BRYAN as a
m-ho'signs himself" A supporter of the clothed with} such force of eloquence, tofreemen's The Hermann has arrived. Court for the County of Leon, at the election in October of Ihe November Charity Hospital, and f!
from to April.,.
Methodist Church for ears, or ink deeper in free-born Parliament has been nr it
twenty years, ays- pror gued. TheQueen's The Student/ accompany the 1'C
*It is pretty generally 'reported in the commsoltj hearts. To attempt to follow him would! be idle. speech being delivered by proxy-it regretsihe cltOw CITIZENS! :-Having faithfully discharged its and free of expense, enjoy : I

,'J believe; that the Rev. Geo. M'Don- While he offended none, he alarmed all, and failure of tba Vienna conference, and de- th. dotwa or th..Office of.T i Collector,to which your advantages.Tbertf .dqrjng the_session h. f );L

ald, who has been appointed by authority of after hating described the political aspect ofthe cUifn prosecution'that no alternative hostiliities.\is left but a vigorous my kindness receipt elected from me the in Treasurer's October 1853 office as I is respectfully shown ,by I I persons prescribed ore ;for daily. : ;
In A54 the ponjbw of jr
the Methodist Church, to the Clinch county times, and shown the extinctipn of the offer myself you as a candidate f or reelectionin sand one hundred and ninety patients.two.THOMAS II ; .J

Mission, to labor, I suppose in the capacityof old issues that divided the Whig and Demo TERRIBLE ACCIDENT.On October next L. 0. DEMILLY.

a Minister of the Gospel has far cratic Parties and the exit of the former To the Voltrt Leon 37" The Administrators of the
so for. yesterday (the 20ih) the Philadelphiatrain ', of County: elect annually in April,fourteen

gotten :the 'sacredness of his office, and the crash upon 'crash, peal;: upon peal, roar up- going np, when near Burlington, N. J., At the request of many friends, WM. O. BURGESS who are maintained by the :

responsiblUtes the Church has imposed upon on roar of falling pieces of the Know Nothing heard down train coming. The engine was at the emming offers himself election a candidate in October for Judge next and of Probate will be September, 1855.

him, as to accept the appointment of emissary tabernacle were heard as the gentleman reversed, run into horse and carriage. Three tbaukful for the support of bit friends and fellow-citi I S. S. ;
whole trains were thrown from the track20were .
of the Know Nothing order, and that he swayed his club until that high and lofty tow-: killed and 60 wounded. zens generally.] AUCTIONEER' .1 a

is now,And has,been'for some time past, employed er; like Babel of old, was proved by the)orator I Among the killed were Thomas J, Meredith nr' We are authorized to announce Mr.THOMAS TALLAHASSEE, ft.,

in the dirty work of initiating, or swearing never to be able to reach the Heaven of and John B. Hallam, merchants of Baltimore J. ROBERTS as a candidate for Tax-Assessor and September 1,1805, : ,
Collector of Leon County, at Use election in October
men,into that secret political fraternity, American political policy, and to be at that French consul, and Capt. Boyce. NoSoutbeins neit t ;

and circulating their,hand bills over the country. moment falling upon the heads of Us builders, known to be killed. but full list of Fresh Arrival of : '.
casualities not received. WE are authorized andjeqaested to announce FItOil NEW ORLEANS PER
;- .'t .This is a grave 1 charge, and if true, and so sensible were they of the fact, that the LEMUEL JONES as a candidatefor Tax Assessor 85 Casks Sides and Shoulders, (

will bare a tendency to diminish the mission. eye could see them scattering over the plain, Letter from Mr. Stephens-Know' Nothings and next Collector of Leon County at the election in October 6 Clear Side, t .

jayiiollections of the Methodist church in this fleet as the hind, to escape being buried in the will rote for Abolitionists sooner a Teirces w Plain 1Cma Cured ''
5 Sugar Family
; State, because it can hardly.be expected that ruins their labor had created, and where no Ulan rot hili cr.WE are authorized to announce. WILLIAMH. 2 Hhds. Choice Brown Sugar :
NEWSOM, M a candidate for Tac Assessor and II U I
anti.KnowNothing: Methodists, and others man knew the language of his fellow. DR. JETER CRAWTOHDVILLE Buena Vista July 30, 1855. Collector at the election to October next. 4 t Bble.Prima Crushed* "" ;i I

who look upon the new order> as the After the gentleman had sat down, friends : 75 '4 "Plants H. rKxtra F bit
among DEAR SIR: Your letter of the 25th inst. To the Veltr of Leon County: "
mOlT'dangerous partie that has ever and enemies pronounced the_ speech as the rectived FtLLDW-Cmns herewith 60 "UnionBakers
sprung was yesterday on my reselling home.In ,. anocunce myself a 75 Superfine'-
up on. ,_this_ continent_ _will contribute their ablest effort, -,- -he- ever-. -had--- mndrim--__' __!.T _uanp.._ answer, I regret to say I cannot make any candidate tor the office of Tax Assessor and Collectorat solicit 20 Mess Pork, ; ; I't r
the October election
-'C' r ensuing and"respectfully '*'
; 20 Prim>
ne'er shall hear appointment in section of the State during .
&D1 jo r support missionaries who actively you we itJ like again in this your yoursuSragee. WiUt'Respect t 20 0' ).tolmee, .".i t.
the The Know
engage.in/artheriogjts prospects. peaceful place.I canvass. Nothings"are WM. W.MOORE. 6 .
moving heaving and ea-th to defeat '
Another; correspondent jcharges the Rev.P. would my pen was able to paint to you The President of the Council in Augusta declared tr I herewith announce myself :as a candidate 40 10 Boxes Whiskey b st St.,JulienChuet, : 1.-,

P Smiths-Residing Elder of the Thomas- the effect produced when that much respected not long since that there were four or (or Clerk of the Court at the ensdri 'October election Lemons :

ville nii jwith; ,having: made a political"ipeeoW'ii citizen, Arthur J. Foreman, Esq., took the five hundred men in Augusta that would vote and request your soffrages.THOMAS Yours WILLIAMS Respectfully, 5 w Star Candle ; : >
:the pulpit. on Sunday, 26th ulL stand, and announced that he had joined the for an Abolitionist before they vote* for me. "t "* *. I
This shows what some -of these Southern WE authorized to 'SAiVEL IO0ps.1ndiaigging, j
The' tr: are anno noe :
reverend Democratic He
gentleman party. his reasons in Coils No. 1.
; departed gave 106 Rope
Know Nothings are up to. It is indeed one of W. WILSON u a candidate for Clerk-jof the Circuit oil
from his,duty.to- his flock and his God,"when. writing; (which I presume will be published,) the most mischievous organizations ever star. Court of Le n County,at the election October next. 2dO For Ibs.sale Rigging by, Twine. : it

rising:fa.Hu .bouse, he_dropt the Bible and and for fear I: should weaken their force or ted in a free country. Their object; proscription __September J. 1855. : I I .I''

took.ttpo.democratic circa/or, and instead of represent him improperly, I refrain ;;ufficient and I am not suprised to hear of a rm 1 t1 : !fUJWl6.lE J Wanted ,t

: laboring: .convert :souls tried to i influence to say, he presented the picture oran honestman great many quitting the order, as they see Auctioneers and, CommissionMERCHA'NTS. S
of its hideous deformities WHITE MAN capable of t
more exposed.A. .
the poiteal sentiment of his hearers." the of his A
mending errors way, setting a H. STEPHENS. Steam Saw Mill Far a good'
TALLABASBKZr FLk Sept.6, 1955. 86 will be paid. Apply to 8. '
TbMe are grave allegations'and' 'if true,by bright example to others, and presenting ges Leon County,.Fla, t'

no nwm alcnUted to &c rance,the interestsoCtb glowing. example of the triumph o( 'Democratic A Catholic 'Curch Eloun Up.The Calho- Wanted to Purchase, September 1. 1855.

-:tiiJh over L r which the gentleman spoof principles acknowledged 'by one, of lie Church at Sidney, Shelby County, Oh'o,I FOUR likely Negro boys, from It to IS.years of Notice to : ,

.kh hM'the: spiritual. oversight. 'It, wouldbe whom Gd County is justly proud, and was blown dp by powder on the night of the ( Apply$ to 8. a KNIGHT. : '
18th. We copy the following from a letter to Septa uber So 1SU. S* Ornox or STATS Exeanx, '
weB for him and who MILL P. O, ST.JOHUS
for all .others similarly commands as much affection and respect the Ohio Statesman OXAJIOK
; '
Havana Plan AVocsr 20m )
sitaalcd, wd loflniteJy, better for the Church, as any man (in her borders. Cheer upon Our village has been i in ,much confusion Lottery .' y PROPOSALS will be,"

if they untold take the advice of Pr. Long heer followed him as he read, and the CourtHouse since yesterday morning, gauged by the blow. JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY SEALED the 20th day of

street; shook when he closed.. ing up of the Catholic church oh Saturday LOTTERY. structiog a Canal, with its' I
night. such as Lift L<*oks, Guard Locks
ee Ji ;to Dori... After nominating candidates, the'eetJng It was one'of the boldest and most daring [BY AUTHORITY OF TilE STATE OF GEOaGU.] Lake Htrnejr on the St.John to :

Dr. Borlabd'bUbj adjourned, with loud hurras-no one offended, I Inot' sets that I have known, being done about I MACON GEORGIA.To tance of'Assembly thirteen miles, of! the 3.410 State feet of; .
n denounced bv the eren aa unpleasant shade to dampen theharmony 10 o'clock be Drawn,September 2ltb 1855.581oQc' 4
OQ.; .. &. 'Who baa brought on Saturday night-the church sion of 1864-5,by M Act entitled : ;
oD ihs imioutration'aid on the disgrace that prevailed.The standing only the width of a street from a for and encourage a Liberal. System : ; ,' I
cdrmlrj hy in
tbit. ,
his..conductJo.the ''Grfytown.&fr; ba1we, effect I leave you to imagine: It requires dwelling house. ,CLASS ..;; praremenU Propqaals wDlspjpnfj .amount :
will -' _no prophet to tell the future: 'No. cine has yet been had to the fiends the done the mode and
I wagor peppercorn" .lhal hp, becomes be distributed socordiny to following work will be 1
"a marvellous proper man" l in the estimation BOOT. engaged in this outrage. A reward has been WILL and unprecedented Scheme in public,at payments are to be made whether b
of his former assailant. the'moment he -- .' '.' offered by the Council, and a meeting o f the Concert Hall, Mason,Ga, nndejoiba.the sworn superioteodeDoeooeofCoL -. o? portion of each tafeiti Profiles I"
gives WHAT. AKB. TOU ATRAID,. .'.oVWe Happened citizens..will be held ,to day. I will advise George M. Logan sad Ju. ANebit br Ne6 at this offlae and say '
ia .his .to their doctrines.. Know. tbe ether .-. ildresaiig the iideth at- ,
day to hear again. .
m be .
-otiiugfamthqJooDpan| | u, ,the moderntfJnTmsy tween Democrat and dialogue you ____ _ Tbe Manager announces his determinaaoa to mas* 05.85.oJobo' RirerfFWidaJ- Pro
9 a Whig, wbicli.threwsome in the world and.( & bi rtcived for 'constructing a Rail
l.st 't. iAA. 81. unclean this the most popular Lottery AnaeteempwitonattotuckauetJ
: be dipped and IhorpnffhJr light on tljo mysterious workings of TUB*Wjstcit rDr. Alexander Jones states. 1- .to draw :!*****.* __groand., to >>>. ,F.. !
dransedia Know Nothiagism It occurred in the city that there are fifty thousand Welchman in the I Itk any other LoUer,. f i .::.< "taU Enginer.. | I
an \\m? -il!-[Alabama .Advertbtr:aud of Columbus Sunday morning last as United Stales, and not an office holder among Remember every Prize !Ia drawn at each drawingand .Aaguat 11, !8U. '. ,. :
zai : .
due in full without deduction. 0
when U
.. "' follow : ._ j. them!.. Happy rac- Of the descendants of pay any '..:J" For.. ,8 : 1 !
t" '!)1," "I..1..Ludl._ WI..L fu gora2ong Democrat.- Well, "P.,'.tell tee candidly are the"Welch he says :" C4PITAL.--$8OOO. SACKS 8ALTin &rt nrts

u :'U&1ij $o.nch U th.inW. J JOB ready afraid of Caiholie' :and Foreign s Seventeen of the signers of the Declarationof .. OAttTAU.Pri cmms. 500H .- / ;

ieGator'_ nl t.8oIoa Borlud,..t'&at i I,influence'(n,thV.Unlted 8uts7fKnoy ', '. Independence. were of.Welch origin, among 1 ,ncr..ssooo: iPis., of.$5,000 /September '1,1885. J'j :1 .

io NfW. '.N/ithing;,.!o" gjtae...J r.. ara" afraid whom' Thomas Jefferson was one. Other '. 1 '.'.. ..;*. 2,000 t $1000 2,000 s-, Notice.ANINO ; .
DeM.3. "knowqtrj' : Americans of Welch deaeent'were .6 L.$5J '2.600 10 !' -200 2000 .
.' 1.We'Er of gOD: thei artb, or abqv0. the earth, eminent t
o .PJ1f/ &fie. AgYJri1U, John sid Samuel Adams Jonathan Edwards I' 20" 1002.000 1'18'It t ,1.60 laoo ,bougnt ootlb* interest
> tinder die earth bat thi Democratic ,.
or party. ".t .
lOa .JI4. J ISO .. 25 4,010 .1LAppro'aiae:6Q0: Sb m '
wi.Ju : od k.Ejboriiirird" 'I (d I would join any j&rtj to'put ifo*n the(De.moeraey. Yale, a&4 founder,ofYale College, Gen. Har ... ,i.f Prizes r ; arnoiiBtjcimbera. $9UOOO. Cioiy io OO the sceoonb! 1 e.d Jd dus&hdWit

1. 1. risen, Richard Henry LaudJohntiarahA1LNo -Every z dIt.'I :*t each drawing, .aDd fotw- :-ttU1i..olk t &( ,

DemI \;.'If"I\"I. J'itl".IJIlj ected, lees &a i'' W our-.Presidents: hare had D- due, 'uf MLIhO4dSKICtiOO. -.Ordersst,1ti .' ."a.. ;
: ;: _, *. I
: '; ir'YeinS. 'Jeehon.Mon.roeiadtsqn ficsthl4tJDrawiugs HQt I.tuj4U&scat { l..j .t.1 : t
thI, a tlo'D l ,and hith.for o Ot th ilrder.How.do .Welch bligodjn : kraaiaed to..n P;M'
'cgicth ,cnr : Ia magpdtle.1ivoAd&inzcs.Fourtei my riak. Bill CD all solvent t tW.ara : :
,. W i'al::IJ youezp1c31 iMp &bOR,Denocrats.K i ,#. _ibe U"
PNN W ia.1tna. WhO" ,f ol t1Ie.. ; iJ6iin 'oyolonffQeueraiswere it- I. : yite pt I
_. or* g& > ec o Q.QnarteriItLAddtss wh.rreti&i .
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4 '. I't--.-. .J .EDIW.AU; BIARFl14aL.ntr4cr.t3 Tn&1 e14OPt twh reft 'nd" two doors J .

r e- ."t'ST'KroEtrm'frOin: TSTew.YorkfaH rpply prill$, 18L h .11f f' U.beWltirtal.v.< '.it6' -T A' will be ready at eli Jtaw*.<*>: every oWriBtfcn of .,.H h'-'*""r'o UjIrh! ,
all 'anVrtaders work in their cjiroaotn.ter.Duplez PatentLever.'CyKnxler -
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Mre 4.v aaaaea lIat nta. OQa, WindowMO .A1DElLAL Ptt-1'vofe '
-r >a.. .-. ro. 'Notice the f.euihWthi by rwtoring the secretiv : add 'cotnniari Verflad&witIfrp&rJ.. 'Acqcft' j
: _.J-'PItt 1. i t. >'organa.W Vordinal *igof and strengthandtfeoVsupply i the shortest notice'ah jobs and''Ckxsk:oferfy: English Li..tere..n AaeeaLmagO4fl.'

A.UO-- tnHB _pMtoenbipof.TUKKO: PINCKNEY tCCX **nutriment .nd'coIorig matter to itIt description, tfwtatteriUoi} &tO.bUPineaS, th.Tare: Jy.J.IL.cA1Inzu: ,A. LIOnIOr. of MeoUJ 7r

: eta 8dp&QriDb Frr &..J.! .1. J baring. .beta dissolved. .the suliber.uUcioggiane 'doe'not color tbe!hair, bat fa, in:'.short a 'perfect determined/, *OIil MoU 90 W4IJdSUCZMJF&' and Jtoal Pbiloaopby h' 'l'7 -

1O1bs.EpssuS1ts. the Hair invigorator and Tonic.: T --y. ;B. Good work Honeand", Buggy forale at G, 'Rey.'f.lXF aaTD.1.Lx.'noI'aM'of *&. *.

,. FACTORAGE A COMMISSION BlfSIMESSon > atonr. -. .' '. .
9000 aber.k To the yonng.Vbo (ic tritteb admire the beaatiful month's credit lea and '

V ,00 GlUv OastocOil No. I. hu .own account -R. Q. PINCKNEYJI., )lock'and ringlet he feels that be will be1 pardoned if J 0. HALL A CO. Miss Axis E.Afwtw,'Principal of Prunaty Depart- 'I. v.fM.Tcfr' "*

I 7t4''* lAmp Office KOKTB CoMMiaoxi WHJJLT.REFERENCEa be offers the advice euggrtted by k'ng aindy, and extensive March. 24,1865. tf 12 meet;'tod Inttnietma at1 Botaiiiix1Yreoth. Wk ffiPate

100 .- 'N.-aM" 0 obaerratiooa*; it n to discard;all cologne and ;;B.B.Xnx xi; Principal ot)1nsi1 i Jpita nt" MftM

1 tOO .' Liii..td stimulating oils tor the hair and keep id ways upon the New Fall and Winter Goods. Mia E.Lmszaa Assistant Teacher ta MpsK,' '&- ) ;: .

,00 N t S "' ..BFuihd, < ,. : TpJLRA1( ct Wiaa, JOAN Fruxa& Co. toilet, a hotly of the 'restorative F>i" occasional I *i**, Ifni'If E.Giun-'sdd. airsIltT;C.w7'lf'.aa' '
f & whit..L-d. : ; and that henceforth silver Kicks Dental Branches.' 3 I't 11
tI .x 1. Mimu ',ct Co.ChaltatouS1.ber9IS4 WI can safely predict, : DAVID C. WILSON 1 '
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i J I tExtra t. 24 tf and bald heads will be unknown: .taf althortgh the This Institution now presents tojhe "r..bIiC"' '

.; pOPut. rose may blossom upon the downy *bWk-the dark TS how receiving from the brigsRemingtonWiciaaa.L ages which'few possess.. A large and elegantly ooatroeUd -

t* -*' SHC Paint Manufactured Tobacco.I eye b* ever so pkrang, and tht trtth those of petri, and other TcaseK his iieoAl supply' of Fall tad College edffice; (lIMn'Ute largestdaprlainiTJoardaig -Be1a' gia a w q"tr.c -

1000 I Iba. Fire Proof Ic **** still if the natural' fluid be withheld from the hair, Winter Goods-all of which were i>lected by himself the State aU necesery oat.bnidlngs and ec3sure ; Ud tat.Iy xe.ri th. vbiDrfS.SrOiiI

100 Boxea Wiodow Glasa, Msnrted ize A large SHALL receive awme 400 Boxee of variooa brands and b cbbsequenct. it become first dead and harsh, io New York, and pnrtba-vd on the ;'mbst 'favorable Department fitted op to the most neat am ,

a rtment of Painter's matcriala-Brushes, Ac. : )luUri*" Manufkctored Tobacco on comignmectagaia then grey or falls o$ nature will be robbed J of more term. many of them at reduced price*,wbkb; will enable comfortable style nnder the soperintaadaoea of ttc -joor Lrrerwort mud Tax T ,ext

D. 1L AMES. this season. 100 Boxee now 'on the way out- than half ita charms; aod although it is a sovereignrtraoly him to supply bis customers and all who may ia- Teachers themselves;. with the domestic department practie.tI yrs -?-* 'a4'

May :a. 1SW, :1 It'rchantaiU do well to bear this in mind and it for those wh are gray a* well u those who TOm. him >with a"call, either for cash or approved under the careful direction of ladies.of experience- state Wfcffa ft*

p ) will be told lower than name qualitv can be laid down are bald still all ace the pflpri"t\t of making only I credit, at price; certainly a* low,if not lower than added to all the a.lit for s thorough coarse*f J,, c1 with.7 wb

I Just Received. for from usual marketa and oo Lime to good par- such an application to the hair and scalp a< i is calculated any house in I thi* 'it,. They in part consist uf stmction which any similar Institntion can o&r.' I( '
ti tit.D.. JEL LADIXNewport. to it both in a perfect and hahhy state. will'be seen by reference to oui Cata1ogu tL t onr
I Per U1!*, R. PcUesfmaL Ncr Orleans : preserve Fancy staple Dry Gockt\'Statione.. JleaNa. Pit fraH4BeBperBwn 5
: August 4.1855. 31 /Vi>&. Ike EJitflr cf -tkt Rat Etlctf..I&'rr". &r 27 Boots and Shoes Drugs and Perfumery, rates both of Board ;.and Tuition'art leas(toaa tea be ,inejc;C..M7 Tb. I.ftert
Pin Guava and these times
LMOOM. Apple in of
fr StkovtStrrtt.BOSTOX. Hardware. found elsewhere. fact peeoni- ntibilbf
ORANGE3 J Uie*. Prooea Pears Sardiuea, P ck- ucuun bO l O UI is : the eonsideratioa of those haTng lag 4.ilrn. pppohtf
T. Biacntrr. CHARLTS w. worthy
4 I 4 Peacbes. Preserved Lemma ...-'s--... .- --. .-__-__._, .-.". Marth 20.' .a.Pn. Hollow Ware.Crockery reoeries.I any pu C. Irao
it tI Ware Steel (, ad ia
t.r T .* smy.it Va
;: ; i (Vanra, Pit* Appiia and Ginger Green Gage Marmalada BJRCHETT & DOWNING V4uth l.r Sr-Uathg beaine premature.h' I Hats and Caps Bagging and The Boarding Department will be onsfer the diraotion ;
Rope. it it
,Lwnoo .Raspberry dou Strawberry quite gTy, J was \lmlf week. .i inee. to President Alden and lady!J of fut Cajd-! tbe'complititafohicb
of '
; Bonnets and Paint Oils
ATTCRXEYS AT LAW t AGENTS FOR CllISSAO. Trimming, tcn te. OjnAgesr; Pkiem Rstrid
do P do, and Ginger Raspberry Vk 'Utlt" trial of Jour hair rt'&toratiYf' \ used J..M comfomb! dornaorks
; Apple I Men and Clothing, well aid lad,. With spaciotn and wiSi. _
Boy's that
a Hallibut and flrfef than two bottles, but the hairs hare all Pall'tire*m be t* it
i ':' r *- ar. Fifth Salmon LoUUr Haddock 49O, Srvrulh : gray dkapeard ,large and convenient closets ww.and elegant
14 lS-t.
Octyber 41 L d .
w 'r.t baL Assorted (\. Scotd Ale and PLer.I WASHINGTON Cm > ; and although myliair baa not fully alt&ined (nmittne. good and experienced servants, and tables i own tmriy? maMKk ft U U.

8OO' Havana Cigars. before the Cvmrt of Clain and l lV its original; color,yet the process change U gradually Florida Hotel, furnished with the best the market affords;together Ha giy an tai ofi 'poWo
T TlflLL praeUee tT wisa' bad bee. e uk -- .
on, and I hare peat hope that in a short time .g ,
E. AMES. V 1 and the ng : with wholesome parental discipline.we Lop to
t D. prosecute claims before Cngrcsi several dark MoxnrELLO, JETFERSOX TY. a yet
1 my hair will be a* as formerly. I bare also been with which.the
1 Departznet&Jnty8,183. increase the liberal patronage .College
!:., :; Say6.1S& much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor ofth. '
SO HEundenninedgivesnotieetothepub has hitherto been f'aT -- ba'r. vrliich before harsh. Bud tlrv_ ._ Sod ire tW coed Tnurto
wts ." i.1 .;iieea.td Via* n-:: -- --
--- -- lie that he baa refitted the Hotel in
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: Great Land Sales. oi "'JSecrttory US "
to come out as formerly.Respectfully lUAgla fiurnhope.aDpJta cthe SIjs& '1' atCa
Mn Newman ,
of formerly kept by Capt of facvlty.Angmtll.lWS. .
: C pursuance of a decree in Chancery the nndereigiMd Dissolution Co-partnership. I yours, D. C. XL RFFF.CHICAGO. and will be prepared to receive visitors by 13th SsAJanI Mtt"!.pa1tI-. _

., r I wW offer for aale at the times and places I THE Co-partnership heretofi're exis'injj between' May I, '54.-I have ued Prof. Wood'sHiir of November. The house is now in thorough repair YartMra._. .t"P Rtaivvuuffp .'
:. herein designated upwards of a tnilUoo! aores of &. : A SLUSSER has been this day dv- Restorative decided and win be of 1zietto- ;
I to a advantage. It precentathe so managed aa to promote the comfort A. B. Il.J $
; '4 besides K>t* iD the City of Armlachktila aDd.in. the! solved ly mutual 'Nt'tlt.11 persons indebted to hair from coming out give it a glos* and soft- gueMs and boarder*. Attached are good stable CLARKE Iraes a'b1nk To. .--J' .

: Town of Newport, Florida, tM '-roprty of the APALACHtCOLA 'I tOO firm are requested to make immedute payment iitT-3 very desirable. The few gray biure I had have where every attention U paid to bonea. Tt'ftDe' MERCHANT TAILOR, ,
LAND COMPANY;' TU: Such I. :d Wm. P. Si! M-r, at the old ftan l, and all Laving Others of .D.y-a &D1CIH11I'$ 'If
moderate '
,1 entire v dijcippeami my family have used as at any other Hotel in the country. A
lands lie in tb. outs f Lc.n..t ., I Jexianij agaics; the saae will i'ii.e seol them. DBAUX ix READY MADE CLOT 130. D BE WARNED. .
5 4 1 Tv'I'ti o of 531s1 as pr it. and 'n,'lIr with me in prv>TK>uncii it all it prr>ft>; eto .. *hare of custom is respectfully solicited. IN. SfiAflOXJU! .
: Walralla and Grill be oScred in Tallahassee THOll.WHIrl be. HENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avmc.rar C. BLESS. GETLB.XEfZ! 'CIL.'i1.SBL Gooca. And.neglect M*!.,..

L. :f 03 the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER will next.tid lecfffreJ j WM. P. SLUSSER.Ac ron' cen". October !!. 1854. v 48 TOW receiving at the well known old stand forJL ing your eonstitotJoo, aritataf. jaw thtMl*
lie io Franklin County ,, f.I.. 1S5-.V SI )
whkb ---- >
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part : FOODS OtZ.TALTa SESATIVI aDd inviting onlW dried _
U XL..r. merly oeenpied by Clark t StiOman.
\ < general
the FIRST MONDAY IN -- ----- ----- -- ---- -- ---- ----- ", c. .
.J at Apalachkola oo I AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. so soothing and'Hca&r, a rarMify eta
eo ; Lioifr.eot is valuable! auxiliary! to tb tr. t- aMortment: of Superior Ready 3Izde dothiag.PnrtJab- -.N"
These lands lioon the Gulf Coast, Bryant Bjmh!m, .\ Iii"r di. Iu riarailfa Circuit .
.4 J ASUARY,1S$6. Ux hk\Ja River, I! rant: of sonic of the roo t fortticJable di**>:1"'> with THE undersigned Agent of the above Company, ing G> CloL: -, Ca.uiwcres. Vesting, At, composed Dr Bogers Syrup of LfoerwarT aa4 Tr. > t
.: .... rtt na rom the St.Marks to Apal* M. Court. whicli it is cur lot to contend; A>r in'tano*: iaflin.a- receive applications for and make insurance in part of the following artick-s: Bewart of "ud..1.
4 ; and bclade the Islands oo said coastTbete James Baruham ct al ) against Io Fire. Brick and Frame Black The genuine arDdc ia Bgsed .Ajnrmxw ft"* '
the re.1"inJer tion of the l lungs and b.iweK By a tljortmgh an.] x-r- s by on Buildings Fine Dress Frock Grar*. rttcc
i. :..: .mJI trill be ons third cah with interest IT appearing to the Court by affidavit filed in this tinced applicatioD of this Liniment over the rppk-rs of Furniture,Merchandize, .te. I It Black and ColM Single Breasted Frock and the eogtared wrapper around dda bottle.f, ::

.1 i H eqoal instaloKnU of one aDd two years, I that William S.Jackson,and Elizabeth Jack the affected organ the otherwise formidable du ases January 2V. 1R63. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Business Coats Price SI p r bottle OTMK bcjtlea ibwbrietaU k t.\I
: rron d.yor & son. are residing in the Southern Circuit of the Stateof I aod leCaJ by COlLsf"SXASL '
are at once disarmed of more than half their t terror, Fancy CaMhnere do. do. doM
: .: For property purchased at these sales, the vip Stockfc oftke i Florida and Canny Burnham in the Western Circuit particularly among children and thousands of mothers DR. LEWIS, Blaci and Colored ClotL Overcoats 111 CIaarnee 8L beLG.b Be b.

;; Apalach>c
,: 1 !deir> orlbeir aseigaoea,v-ill be received b paymcut I AulJeu. .: )-. Margaret and Alfred Bunihaiu in the tloqtience of ft'c1ing.Dd! affoctiou, bear'their unitedtesUruony TALLAHASSEE FLA. Fancy and Cord Caatimer Pants orders and.applications. fcr. '.g', '. -

: ). .i a. k j rvlaure ralu State of Georgia, aud Lcwu Baraham in parts un to the fact that it has snatched their children Black and Fancy Silk Vests sed.y "
JOHN BEARD Recover, &c ic.Jolv now inserting Artificial Teeth on the .rr"tr.
: kD\'In1. tIt from the very jaws of death and restored themto IS FancV Velvet do. For sale at ifl'the TM*Start*is"
... $ i U. lS 5 tr-u I is ordered that eaid defendants appear and answer their former health and beauty. Again it will be new and improved principle, with do. daw. do. Cashmere aDd at ooeArraey IB svsTwa' a*A*..-tI
The Florida s.ttuel. Wakolla Times and the continuous gume. from one side to the 115FBESH 't *.. "Y r .
this: Bill on before the first Monday in Xovem found in what Whit Maraaflles do. D.B. .
a powerful auxiliary remoTuig U
Advertiser will till generally other without crack for the
Aralacbkola Comrnercial publish seam or leaving no place
itI. bcr next. and that this onter be published in ootnenetrjpper known Cake. -ALSOA ;
f an an Agite or an enlargement of -- -
of food them .
lodgment thereby rendering
discoatinue.Ilardware perfectly GABplSVOEOWTH
n-USci.to -- within this Circuit once a week for the the spleen indeed in all earer-vhrre the external application life like and restoring the original contour of tbe face fine aMnrtment of.Collars Cratata.Black.WUte I' t
-- I of four monlbe prior!" ,ftid time. and Kid aod Silk Gloves OPRUTA "l" ;
Nails space u of: service, tLi Liniment ill be found useful Colored ,self adjust' ,. '
: Cutlery Guns, so as tn defy detection. lie will attend to all] calls 4 I '
AT CuAJCTExs. J. WAYLES BAKER Jud ing Stocks Cotton add.Merino TJoder-shirU. utthe
in Middle! Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Foil Baga,!FIat TIp ( c.
-t" .; Shovels, &c. July 28, 1855. 30-4ra raor.WOOD'S VEGETABLE suon. trrt nits.Bu& Setts can obtain all information letter Drawer Br 1l"D,Fancy. Cotton'and Lkle Thread i : reeeJTed 'IXfil- -AHS3.Aogost .
by '
aUeutioo of Merchants oeewsary Hose White aDd Colored Cambrie Hmdkeiehiefc all '
SuUcnber iovit6 tLe 11.1855. ir .
a "PHE Goods. P. May :-
of Spring of which offered reanooabU
_L Tiaittng New York to their stock goods eaWaaog are to tbe public on terms -
: Sir:-As we have used and used for number prkes to suit the times. Terrcs Cash or when called Leo Gmdt. JU baaj.emil
kCO Aadrrv.S.Garr.rflL .
a *
and warranted offered in this Jrb ) -
a complete variety io the above liae. particularly rI HE Su.b< cribtr are receiviug per Gamble, for. as good as ef.- -
of years, sour Vegitable Magic life Pills, ve are prepared Call and examine.November. : .
adapted to the Southern trade, which they are JL Remington and other recent arrivals -
complete .
June :f, 1S54. 25 1 -
to recommend them to the public as superior i-p1Mi et aZ ) ,
I"3v ,, prepared to*<11 at kw price far Cash or approvedCredit ; iiorUnentof Goods suited to the Spring and Sumnrr 4, 1854._
to all others, and iufallible in the cure of the diseases TT>|>p racrt0t e Coot t M.6
STOW 4 SMART. For Sale.
: I season,consisting in of
: Water St New York. I part for, which tLe< are recommended: Leon CovBtj Iron Wtrks JL caae, the the frfkpg &k ::J 1-...
Pearl St,and 84 ,
: *j: ItS I Hats. B. R Leach A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albro. P. JaeO. FOUR small Farms m Wakulla County containing above-caae Tocid.sot of tbc State -aTFSoridsv.asW

:. .ineZISS. : m I Fine Palm! Leaf.Canada. French,an 1 English Sir\. Orin Buzzel Spencer Sussell, Edward Oilber. John SO acres each with gcod dwellings .and TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. of the UJddl Orcratof Florida and II t.p.

; -. In !I Planters Black Leghorn. Super. Panama Misses and Albro-LncTen B.Sweet Elias R. Sweet John Hacnr out houses on the same. Enquire at this office. THIS EisUbusbment is now i in full operation. A3 hmoafter lirsgnatfd.ria: H.Aadenoil'tod 1'

I Irr Leon Circuit Court. Chan- j I Ladies Bloomers trunmed and untrimised. ft. Xatbxn-el Gilme ..Jame*H. Pine "Wm. Johnson October H. lI 41 ,will be attended to with promptness and SteebeaCaatrrf
t. oery. Bill for Dirorce.S&r&h Johnson VTilliaina, G. Lawson. C. Farrar, D. Landers.Paor. all work done with neaioesa and dispatch.. State of K.w To*;Cbarfo J aei *fca raids*.IU

S Jane Price,Cooipt 1 J J Clothing.Sacks Woci>:-Dear Sir:-Having u eJ, and experienced Blacksmithing.TTACHED All kinds of work,such as Steam Work.Mm Work. State of LoGedde ;aiIIi; ..1.0.u0t: 7.
Frocks. Paletota] and Pants of Drap d'Ete Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw Machinery '
the effect of your Vegetable Magi Life et to my LiveryStable *.ErieWiUia I
t. .'1 WiSamT. Price.*4. DtfdX }t Alpaeea Queen'. Cloth. Cassmer Planter's Linen rills in my family, I will say that a.I a family me
.1 Grata and Brown Linen Marseilles, Doe Skin Cotton- icine, they cannot be viuued ttx Ltghlr. I have used _ w bicb all kind of work appertaining Castings te.: ; also Sugar Kettles of any size kept Janet Let or Doabar. Wary I..5e.' .
i..t TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cocrt that the ade,:: Also vetta, Shirts Under&lurU Tics cooeiantlT on band All work done in inch otibThb-
Cravata them in several bilious attacks and indanutiuos andI to that bcsines i is dooe in good style at short Helen Lealie or Bnrwa.1fargaretTea Bark or..
: : JL above named defendant William T. Price. rH-id.s< .tc dc. will sav that their virtuea car.nt be too highly! appreciated notice, and on as reasonable t erm.* as at another ment will be done by ns. with a partkolar regard to WiUiu Les1ie: Imba Us 0. aIg_J."ud

,. 1. out of tie St&te of Florida in: said It is bill ordered cf coropUict that hearing be I Shoes and Boots. for in every case they hare pe.iily trinmphed hop m the city. Farming implements such as Turn the strength and duiability of the work.Compettut Margaret ScClak Black who rk in Xup.; aad

: I of the facts charged I over dtease, and hence"I feel in duty rx und Pli/ugLs. Scooter. Rods devices. Heel Pins. Tap Workmen always readiness to put up Walkr Aodenon who resides is ti* Wcatcn QrbkU
had OQ *h. first Monday in October. 1S55; Provided A complete ass rtnient. Tc elher with fresh supplies Enjrioe*.ite.Tetni. '.
: made and Florida.
I to them to alL They eperat tl th&taepyof this odbepuUbediia.'tnenewa of Provisiccs, Groceries Dry Guods. Hardware. j .will J be liberal and all work done strictly tar
easy producing: no uneasy sensation, vet their oo ba.iidThis wil 1 aiMarmm an opportunity It M ordered that asuii jkicsidMBta do nxMsV'ftod
3 t paper printed ia Tallaliassee! fo the epaos of three Wood-war, and notions of all soft Wbkh we offer opda'tioo cash or accepted order oa some business firm io (Li.t3ce. .
; i is thorocgh; and I am aii.Med tLat n thingr more to supply thexaaelve .ithont being delayed. answer the bfll of eDalpWo&1Jed it diI. tiit
. months before the day appointed ftw sali beaing.tIii for le mi UMUI! t rul'S. auj Iu the i iiwprctiiiu cf 'Licl Liberal for old Iron and ..
j4 'I in net caws, is necWsary' thnn these valuable pills P. B. BROKAW. prices paid Copper to aay the sid aba,..noiMd .Is&'aba>tsaiiisi
CBAXBCU: .J. WAYLES BAKER Judge.J we respectfrjllv invite onr very good friend and patron Brass.AH.
Public. to perform a speedy and triumphant Cr January IS. 1S55 2 out oC tloa State bat ka tbsxTJmUd QtalsaVvitiaB faIr
. } .< 30.1S55. Sm-26 the Respectfully! Yours ic. letters must be addrewed (post paid to months from the pao&arMO of Oil .rd r; tic d.f..ni4ats .-
McNAUGATi ORMOXD. J. R SAXGER. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT J. JL SHINE Tallahassee, Fla bore bamtd ,who teaiiria- L p. w

J.Admlnlslrators f Notice. Newport, M.rChI',165 11 O. J. WOOD A CO, iEWFO&T.'HE March 11. ISM. 10 nine monlbs from the pohRratkn of thi avatar.1Dd

t. LLpenofMbaiTing demands against the estate of he defendant who resides n iha Weatsn, ar
-1A Proprietors. 695 Broadway New York. still crnieon the above business
A : In undersigned
William P Larkna, late of G arisen County deceaMd. -I Chancery. P. B. BitOKAW'S.illELIT within two months 6\.a 11Ia1 b&ithi 01.-
: I 1 4 Market Street, St.Louis JL in all its brkncbt Buildings well calculated for _
'.. .1": .win take notice that they most present them I /'i r>c Cli evil Court cftkelftdUt Circuit cf Florida. D. H. Ames Agent Tallahase, Fla despatching D. LADD.l'e..port. ill SiLl STA1LES order be made ooos a,week far ths dasa ahferral--1

totheuoddyauthent'ated'itbintbetire I In Leon County, February 10. 1S55. 6 wagw 2, 1654. 85 fOr the appearance of the ddsata she,. a
F Vreedbej b! law.of this notice win be plead in barf Andrew S. Garr et alii, ) ___ September TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. who reside in tW TJahed States led i-.1 Si

1 J tbcir recovery; an J all penooa indebted to said estate I ** tI JOHN W. EVANS, MILES NASH &. CO. a the period above limited forth a-ayaaiauaa ef fee

: 1' are berebr'notified to make immediate payment Lewis Curtis& Nathaniel Tburtt, .et alii ) ATTORNEY AT LAW THE Proprietor would in- i defendants abort named wbo reside n Earopsv.
'. : t1 tbe nnderwged. THOMASH.SCOTt, I Tl rHEREAS on the 31st day of MareH lasthi an Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. Jf1D his friends and the AT

: I.k August 4., IS53. Sl-8w Admmijtrator. I ? Interlocutory Decree rendered in tliis cause by BAINBRIDGi:, CEO "IT7OULD inform their friends and the public.that public thai be has rebuilt bia._ c."nrrw.J..WATLZ3 RLr ;hIfIL

the lion. J. Wayles Baker. Jtsdge of tbe Court aforesaid \7'r ILL pve prompt attention U all bi bcs en T! tlty have on hand a good apartment of such Urge Brick Stables at the old stared aod is now ManilO. 1853.1m 1. OY.4.10.
tni"teuntie of Thomas to accommodate bit friends and ecstomers.He .
Fifty Dollars Reward. it was ether tbicg ordered as follows I article generally kept in their line of business, prepared
E among : as are
:1 And it is farther ordered and Dewtur. Baker, DaugLe-rtv, Calhoun Earlv and Clay. fresh Their also Las attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith scUFF AID T08ACC9.
that all will be
decreed and supplies.
,. T> ANA WAY from tbeSabscnberon the 2Sthof Frbruarr. 17. 1855. 7 tf receiving regularly Shop,where be will have have d ne all kind of a -u.-. .
having"claims deU or demands i the shall be reasonable.Tallaha .
againt terms
: JLV April last a negro man waned EDMUND, said Apalackioola Land Company, or to or ur>xi the LOXG A GLBR.UTO, ee. April 9th.lS5S14.. PbDt&tM1.uk. Hone shoeing, aod .rthgrwcrk in PETER LORILLASD
;h ibo.t21e.no1d.6ve.etDiDecw iDcbe."ish. the best maooex and with promptaea aDd dispatch.
t.'; weighs about 180 Iba Coffee colored has a pleasant lands kaown as Forbe'a Purchase or any portion of I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALL.\n.\.MEF, FJ.A.MA. and Harness very. Jro.4S. CTTATHAteSTaiST.ggWOUCCESSOBS :
-1 said do Carriages Buggies, ., ,
the hinds present the same with th "iJc-OCT.' ._
4t eoontenaaee and baa a Mar on one of his sbockier : LOXO 4t J. U. GALBRAITH have awoci- November 5. 1 S$3. 44 of, h.Da.n' J Yo5en
; raid to have been caused by the lash. Said'Negro thereof to Hugh .:..Jr, E*f,one of the Masters I ; lhem-lre in the firactio*of Law. For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. 0 bale aUlDBdae/SKTJlT. aad TOBACCOS
4't of this Court at hU office in the They '
.. waa purchased m November last of Dr.Joseph Ewing. cor&frethe first of October City cf Tallahassee will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme wTw: ScbKiiber baa just received a Wines, Syrups, &c. ia general ose. Far Tsrrricmiars,a Jriie Carmrfcaa

: rf iloa wnerv Ooonty N.Q It is probable be will the caid Master take day of and next and that Courts and the District Cuuru of the United T'HE large supply of X3arriages Otard"Braodr, Worcestershire Since be obtained by i>liiaiBiaT a>bs a. -nisWMsV-

4 attempt to make bis'way.fattk to N.C. will give a the validitv and proof amount of ascertain each aDd and rt'portUro States at Tallahassee.Oroce -;.)_Bgies,'and Harneas which be offers OLD Port Fresh Lobster, 1wt ii GDe otbe W ..I.1I.-''..

,: r reward' t3 do&an for Uaapprebensktu and deiiv rto elaims debt* and demands. An-J that every the opptiu> the Court House. fur sale oo the most reasonable terms. :Madeira Ska*'. State*. "
BCcCTb.a :;- any aid Master do before October 5S. 1S54. ITI November IS, 1S54. Sberrr, Oanw
snmmon him such of the paid
it' him again. I will give a further reward of 26 dollars London 1I.aH1.
d v M proof offiaeot toeoovktany white person of barKmog claimanu or creditors or their agents, as be shall ascertain I MIT1HELL & STEWART, Dressed Lumber. Scotch Ale Porter. Sardines New Goods.BAYK .

oreoeeealmg. ,Any Wormation respecting or be infifrned are within this State, and give THOUSAND dressed Flooring and Offing Peaches Toanatoe Ketchup jaat racsitad_ MIT-Jl'aD' T.c.
; A notice by advertisement to be published in two newspapers ATTORNEYS AT LAW I fl(\ Brandy 'II I '
'Mid boy thackfullr C. PEACOCK.24tf i nfl _, from Esoambia Bay. a fiDe article. liaefaine Brandy Chenies 'Wa1uat. 'iupily alClt_ !
in this State and in
i ,. ; !llhdiEm.Jane 16th.l the City published of New York to all claimants ODe published(' creditors in. :i JASPER, HAMILTON COtXTr, FLORIDA, dressed Lnmber males tb,; smoolheat work by far, Guava Jelly.Currant Spices of every : 1t1e.ad wWrIa 1.pnpand -.

b. '-I to produce their demands and be examined touching : "A"17 ILL practice: ia all the CocrU of the Middle and is really cheaper than c by hand even if totaul do. Pkkles &D e'llp.M.the. ..Peuboit

't : Fresh Assortment of Groceries. i the \W And that any person or I ?11 Circuit, in Columbia and Alarbua in the E *tem 40 or 50 m !3e LADD Preserved Quinces, Raspberry Syrup aue.ice and .. .

PER WM R. 1-ETTES. fore him on such reference, shall pemcA be at I Lb-appearing Circuit, and ia the adjoiwng Counties of Georgia.i 'ew Pert June 9.1855. S-tf 4. Strawberry -ALSOREADYMADE no

JJL contest the claim demands i 31a : fj tHEdobeeriben bavejwt received a large an city to or of any other perun PLANTERS "
'i- general assortment ef Groceries which they o&r i or persons ; and that all inch creditors or claimants A. PERRY ArK A K R '" COTTON Sparkling Gelatine, Ginger CLOTHWe,

4- f .and Cuftooly.tst'pt t.punctual p yi"y j u shall not come in and prove their demands bv I are33ou.se.TLUBJSSEE Flavoring Extract, Pine Apple a Gwsirta*. of_way pnDeDtai ,.T.

.. :. cktto.ts.. a&.rt tiir, ris. the time aboTe linrtrd\ or tacb further time as the &TT3RHSV AT LAW o Spanish Olives Salad Oil. sQchas. _'Jal! OtsYe.tI. ZI4s'
t O Casks SiJea and Shoulders said Master ell allow for that pcrpoee shall be excluded I TALLAUASSEEpLA. t F1DIID1. Engiiah &. Capers wbida1 .
from tbe benefit of the decree be Claret bpuklng cider --1:7't1
PlaiM Hame to made in the :Mar 51, 1 53. a o AJIo.'a_bt., LW.U
-14.: 4 Beat Sngar Cored Hama. cause; bet such pert not parties to tLe cause, who I'D. To COTTOS PLAXTtas cad ollert ofthit and l\e aJJMitiiig Tobacco. Old Port Jcice AV3, CcaTab: .ck B ( TIlt :.;..
i ': : Ebd Prime 6cg r, hall come in before the said Master to prove their [ P. HOLLAND, Centittin Ffatidaaid Georgia: Havana Stgars. D. H. 11 cS a .00k'uiIS.eu.J '

? : .t t "CSsice demands are, before being admitted to do so. to sign !1 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, \T7Etbe' undersigned tubseriben. return to yon November 11.1S55 45 .ialtn b.f-priac.a.i a W..

1' t. 1Sop sad deliver to tbe said Matter a stipulation to contrib i QniHfj, Florida T" T our thank for the very liberal Copartnership Notice. ticks.T. beeBMlecttdwi&specsaT.iew ._ .
L i. 15 B8@pe.Fh2r: ; ute.aod pay to the eomplatuanta their proportion of wbicIibetiv: bestowed ,through to .
Z I f4 Plaata Extra Family.7 k>ur. the T of the ewt. the anx-uttt ae U be paid to !. "'("ILL pra-tke in the Coerts of the Middle Cit patronage kiodneM, atoee we have been npco engaged oa in the 'PaR DoderHgnai haT this day entered into a co tMir.roa.

40 Whisker be the said Master a oocau to the amount TT nut and of Jackson aDd Franklin CumtW your Cotton Storage Weighing Selling Business in4bis i. 1tnershzpmtbe at4l3$4. J .I It" .
iloncogibria of their respective claims as preaenteo- October !3. 1852. .f! tf 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
; city and we again offer our'service the ensuing season ,
:2o feN Pm-k. Yew tl.Ut/ hereby given having claims debts
0ft Di.dAppl. pertom or of baamett heretofore baa been ao .
..', i; CmaMd s..pr. demands agaaast the ApaUcAMola Land Ck-mpoir.or ; ATTOS28SY AT LJ&S, discharged performacce as to jour secure your patronage aDd infli>enoe 1DEJt: THX XAJTX AND CTTUC OF nio : winfixsR" '
to the Lands known "Fx D E-P ,ac-iall-
or be's Pnrc&ase
: RetpertfnllT.BROOilE. -
in the Very
i Lard Oil : situate in tb.eoonUea of Franklin ..Leon, and July! $0. 1WS. 50 A HEIR. iIr Fall" atjka. ra: ._ ",
1ffl PickIedTutus, Wakolla ia the State of Florida to present the same i tljan win be pleased to soc their m.k I'reDdL Th ia, h U.i .

... X SmokadbeeCBoxea with the eridence thereof t a the nnders gned one of: Glass Oils White Lead ic. September 30 854. 39 THEY andpatra>aattiMoUst>ad Per TiutLb CaaE&nerta' BTdai aad tft Ihaoawd.

Smoked Tees Sugar Cured. the Masters of said Court at hit office in the city ofTaHahasMe Land Warrants 'of E.Barnard Jt,CtI of the Mortar.C, FaaeyTweedb: ,r __" ; -1il'
-k-. : 10 St-JdicnClarct on before the first dar of October oett 1100 BOXES Window Glass assorted sm*. 100 Bounty ner of Monroe and CLotoo streets, wfcere Kentocky Jeans Asanrtcd: :

.. ; I Lemona, otberwise they will be barred of alloeoeSt under the Kg< Wbite Lead .pure extra A So. 1. JBOUGHT at 1M hzgea prie. end procured they will keep a fall and irewraeies ...eI Plaid Lb ra c..r.&a 1"
ft M Star Candle Decrees rendered or to be rendered in caid cause S barrels Linseed OQ 1 who baTe not been& to establish t I appertaining to their liaa of I and ta&it rrialed FlaaBch, ''JIi.&
r .
l 10 Kega No. 1 Lardj HUGH ARCHER Ja, 6 LanlOiU .tM If an?have received a less amooot I the pahooage of their ftieodaaijd Operads. ..CIi .

5MbeItSpanDbSeg&x1.t. Matter in CIA oacivy. 20 Kegs Zioc Paint than they were entitled tD.lei. me know it. BaT !. B. ".3. Biae Deans, o. 1t

?.. t Bbla.Cider Vinegar. May !6. 1SW. 5-17w. 20 packages Firs-proof Paint. (bbl*. and CcU.) bad foo teen years experience in the prosecution ad O. TROOP MAXWELL. DriSa Brf t1' 'Il
f Wakull Tim 2 L.rrd Tram OU 1 bU Copal Varmdi t Gorenaiu&."n.'.I orjdenUad fafly the 1854. 5 V "
10 Bar*Rao Coffee ISf TW .Florida and Journal of settling I IYa Febmary I. ((4.) Faaey. J
12 BbU. ReboOad Sjrap Coomeree, X. Y. will pcb&h weekly uttfl 1st dav of Spirits Turpentine in barrels tad at retail ,.ana mean of getting tbroqgb the \.rariooa De' ; ---'--- rn _

.. ''LI.. F.Sale by BERRY .t ROWLES. October and send aceoonta to this Office. D. H. AMES.Xoremberll. partznenta at WuLmgton. have in my potiMnnnrecord ,' Nails. rxintbL'vtliea flIA4oJ
18U.I eridence of T&& Florida 87 Alabama. 120
Jab. XS. 1855. SO I 1k I EEGS oa haad aad for ad lam by ilociuvy
Georgia.beaideaSocth Caronna aad Tam TJf I'.MmtrrSaUofpeisew '
-- Plantation for Sal 1UUll1ReRtST..
. For Sale. : Admmitttrator'5: ; engaged in the Florida War. If TOO: AtII.IS34. 33

offer for sale bis DwtlX 'PHE nil offers br eale.bir pta..tiaalyiDc mcat a after date be. traiwribrr. late Sheriff have any Qaarter ,Mistier; Pension 'or Booty Lad _4 :
j4 ondenJjned
% a-I milE iaJeficreaaCcaBty.fla,23lBaeacaat; of YallahaaMe.oatfte SIX '
Ko charn if I obtua -.y" > Hides Wanted.AAQDRY ;
h | hog RoaM ard. O acres of land sooth of Wie2fiMaiadiatbe nesaitT of Waakeeoak Leon C aod Exo&ao AdmioHtratcr ./ II C.H.BL001Xwh

4 tc .L,TaUahaasee, on the Belle Air &oad Tbe The Plantation contain-atoct.boadred- the Mate JawetU! laZe olLMoa County,' renooa.trida> bif i 8aJLB"-: ett..aDMr -,. : --s
n.c-tea six large rooms. .! edi or the preaMespaaabsUntial .of 1ad men draa half efwhicb ia mder eehitiratna deemed, trffl atiIit Uckeweeto*a4liidM> before Jr. B.Biehardmi mTted&' eaU?wrtboot delay at I t) tw wiack ,tM''d.' _- _

'ool Eltchea and good & .- and nearlr all cnder ftaee. Tbere the EM.Jedbe tf IVsAal .Coaatr'-moA mAj or A. are Bcd WbiIabw..aftJ i: price win U paid by IXCLWILSOX.October .a
as ea tW UeL
', The property wffl b. oSered aa vary' reasonable DIkes a coatfortable MIl noary ftu&ed I>weCorUOOM r'a J JtiS.MgS fmva ito '***** &* 8Iid mydainaveallia..T.n..L e(.Ter-; 1'Ia., 14. 16M 41 -- -1c 1i

uraf teibe.the mostoWrabUloeatioostoLsoaOoBBty. > Gin Hooae Screw. Stabiea. Banks e& AInEDA..F1S. .u"1&rdaJ.lau.- -+--- -. ---.
aad aO .
ofiber nw.pa. ,
Lbe Ltber !
-- Ana. ofWhtte May_IUL -
F term to the
< apply oat baBdingt. with fcr rsd4t.a.w3beemrr i
eecacary eparten fcrty er 11M'I essenttoo
: .- : 4 ao-et.next door to D.ll:De.8t fifty '. A.,penoa desaroaa of pmOsMsig t1e or.1ce. of I only-ft prrpareea fcrsaereaea. aad f*far_sww s* for t fr*.!,; A CARGO. Of DED- un **rJL8 .b ,. -- Ja -

d TactAlw1UTE.- property wffl pkaatoZl aDd 'exaanae tin pin am.aadeaakamuMtaRmof I r prosoring their. Wanaota Ten sad aUooedi p b cuss ... -
;, JiJZ34rl$ & U. ale bJ' appEcaSkar to(bembeeribar c IX ex &0 ttter u.d..c .qy- BktO. Uk.ER $
,154c i..L. ..J tW* akfJGad1la G.Pad- ; c. ABNQ .d V G..
oa the ptaea. PUll= will be pn* to C. H. BLOOD TWu.-. }'tLALRI. 1.CTPUSS
: .J ,- Notice. tbs patciai r ao aooa aa the praeci crop k cambered .'&'r I ree late of Leo* Co.a,. wiD cdIitIiI B. EVANS,iCO,.W** iHCTc .TX C.iavhI.1SU. 8Ufltfl.tS.- rf"M.'dt ..
; __' WM. 6MJ umiiZ r nod rda to die Judge lit Probate of 1) t .
nca ,.t t"OQLA1o Qtotau R. R.Co. Appiyaooato GvRMAJf. .a : .
Led C tad ask .JSaAttftA n *,* .*ao
lay li lgtS. -O.
NOTICE t.MrM1 ".,...Baud of Dine -' 11. T. BLOCKER.AiLnV de bobU eon.Jell. LIMB. l ._ .UN :_
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ta.tbe17 l Ootobv .&' 'bonIIr; of tUB 100 .''7.1.. Sibsr.ThMID. ,; BoalCbolIco.A uo.1tTh -

-reI. DW.oWY"'pro tG.JrlJ .bar been for wa i time th dais" irrcotstitycf tWcool .tia&dktap'bjmp Nnu t'r ,', .' A.'TORNT. 4 IW7fl.L II
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