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 15, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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'giwte: loss he failure' North eisewh' r|fi does not- reigners, 1,400 Catholics and 7&6 O6.native t. *law,that Kfis a-iqimUojo-tV ffiffolfa
Jlfejt ? Men.. prestige whjch practical of or come np .. l/JH ilS" C_ f- *
.f Know NOthIgIs .' and Abolitionistsare the attempt has paused }JS a more serious disadvantage fully and'fajtjy'io ibis'line of action., Protestants, a similar, I lesson ia taught to .the between, :him ami UV MfkeH w c* .rt. .AVo t
We poblish below from' the Louisville That ;the Know-Nothi responsible to.non A botbJaJHjisr.Ih.i laoft- S ;
to Great Britain than even the loss 6th; "ReMved,: That the National Demo. Know-nothings. 'CC -
"bards feitier is evident from '
Time further accounts:of the JAte djijgrace- o fA / !very ; v .. Nothing* in ,orrtj tii rtr edbvtKs. .
'while Ofu1 e cracy of tbe North,'who have patriotically May' we hot hope Jih > $$ ffy&p <* Xq
ful riot 1za Louiarille: the fact that they are striving to disfc foughtor, he' Kansas and Nebraska Acts will find 6u 7 hs '>h V"1 bAY: tinb aten by -AndD: r7.ti Yr --d rSdDcUbQ4tobr :
and white who .
nchtse degrade I '
TzvuL.Rro men, hap and the maintenance Slave native .Americans and that the: people art *D'.i'otetl. oba. an dl wWeh'IaaT a-
Deio in Gtdsden ofxthe Fugitive
their own fathers and grandfathers ,ratIcMeetlng. Coanty,
pen-like .
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t. Law r of Know against them Columbus Times.of raid !bOW.oftair' o1!Jil';Ne
We should have preferred$ ,refraining fipm have been born on a foreign soil rive aga1natthecombined forces
to they
( Agreeably E } IbeI.e I duiioaa
1-9. public notice a large res- gIsid.te fjodoai c ; ;
of and Abolitionism which seek
Nothingisra .
of further, particnjani : .
the publication any could their countenance to the efforts that are peclaWe meeting of the :Democrats and others their and who stand to 'Jy_ jt .f irgtija Know N'oiit'i. ? ? : 4. r ; :,:
jhe :piitrigei ofia&t MQZc&Y! /until they constantly making, to admit negroes to all l. .. jitf trtft fpoeaj, pledged sop- Men f."q.R. l r
the in of Gadsden County, opposed to the port the admission of Kansas into the Unionas : There is -. ioU8fb ftjI ti&a. .: I
'have,been presented to putyio a connected the privileges of citizensbip. We have an party published at Wheeling, Virginia, accountable tflTGod. and to GO4aOI. 1DA 1- ..

and authenticated form. But the ex instance of this thing, in the recent_ movementto commonly known as Know Nothings," w say a Slave State should she ask it, merit the a paper called the-Gazette, the editor of which IIL "'WJWTBE.. ,. :1 . '. '- ,

pane teatimQit1.hichja daily being publish.ed disband volunteer companies composed of this Saturday! August 18, 1855, held at heartfelt of Southern sympathies, thanks and encouragement boldly proclaims such sentiments on,the ala; ,..f'I. ,.:f....J.,,4'. "-to'f -1 ..-+t.- -'' ."- : .."i'1 1 I
in their .
by the mob organ of this city, compels us foreign born citizens, and transfer their, arena the' Court House in men patriotic pos) f : r
:. Quincy teiUet
coarse.Ve .should be for tthe purpose tion. very question as ought not to be tolerated in lktce.H. tbS t leJa
different colored In
K. N.
a of men. Massachusetts
to companies
.pursue of nominating a candidate to represent Gads- 7th. Resolved, That in the National Demo. southern State. He must have been a tree- We
erelict in our duty, did we permit that mendacious the Irish militia companies have a its work of den County in the adjourned session of the cratic party of the North alone have been remarks the Richmond be- ,. "
sheet to continue misrep. been deprived of their arm, while jnthe; soiler Enquirer, of the'B& f a Wu Patriot:. M. ;

presentation and falshood without attempting neighboring State of Rhode Island,in the cityof General Assembly, and County officers for. found, those patriotic men who have thus fore he came to Virginia, but we :had not "A D oWof:.< .'fMlTccntly v.1Oft

40 counteract its base and infamous design. 'dence, a raiUtia company of. negroeshas said Qpunty ; when' />n motion,.o', jp. .W stood the future.by :the by right the of. he that South, and judging heard before of his proclaiming such sentiments arrived at one erf thc.port* 'of Scna1b

7fii tNttll'W 1* found in another column aje'er -. b"en formed and the Legislature have WHITE Esq., was called to the Chair, and organization, at the past North, that party is ,the only br since he became a citizen. The America, after the'ship in' which be had been
from'CoL Hiok ,giving: a graphic account now exists 3
the .
granted them use of the State and condemned.
arms ,
tiie.outrages in the Sixth Ward. The respect It Is the J. G. SMJTH requested to act as Secretary.The cnn be formed wjth. .wjych .the outh can don, therefore, suggests itself why is he em- was According to the law jo
equipments. same in Cinqinnati.A such cases, the captain had given him order
which the whole! community entertain foCoI. company.9f darkeys called the "Attack chairman having explained the object consistently co-operate. boldened to this course now ? The only rca the American consul of thf
upon 'ptfftfor
> Hicks because of his eminent worth, and Blues," or some such name, was recently of the meeting. on motion of A. K. Allison, the 8th. Resolved, That we sympathize with sonable ans.wer presented to our mind is, that a portion of his'hardffarntd.i pi''ibd( ati .
of his character, makes him wit. friends of the sjayeiy cause'Iri'Kansas.in I .
a ,
the ,
purity whom all parties can rely. with formed and armed by Jthe State, ; and now we the following ution was adopted : their manly efforts io malDlaiil'ihe rights he has been encouragEd] utter such sentiments of which, an r.offiew'evasfveJy gara.tbe

.nets implicit upon confidence. We. ask from our readers hear that Gen.the Irish Sargent and German has issued an order Resolved, That a Committee' pf seven be and interests of the Southern people"and: that only since the introduction of Knov boy an order on the captain eta ship in-Vhieh .
Disbanding companies, he to sail. .\fter for
a persual of his letter, and then let them them deliver appointed by.the chair to report resolutions we rejoice at their recent victories over the Nothing m into our State. The subject is was sailing ,Baltimorethe
sum 9ning lo up.their arms. boy found the order and worthies
if the statement made by the mob or. expressive of the views of this in paid adventurers and Jesuitical hords of northern illegal *.
answer y Down with the .white man, and up with the meeting re- fruitful of alarming speculation but we will and determined on bis"arrival to tOWasJiIngton .
gan that there vat no violence at the potts, is !! to be of the lation to the of the abolitionism. That the deep interest not go *
political topics
negro appears one watchwordsof day. felt and taken the pursue it further at this time. and see President Pierce, 'ITs. WD .
falsehood by people of Missouri in
not monstrous as was ever
uttered as by the lather of lies himself. Koow.N othingism. But we have np fear Whereupon the following''gentlemen were he settlement of Kansas and the decision of We give.the platform of this KnowNothing kindly received by the ''PresJdenf and *0&i. I

We feel that our readers; like oar, lvel, are the people shall will rule ever America.consent Eaton that nigger OhioDem.Americans appointed committee. : A. K. Allison,.Dr. ,the slavery question.in it.is both natural and editor to our readers as we find it in the Secretary Marey, and. ;told hit story. .The .

heartily sick of the disgusting details ; but ( ) J. H. Gee.',' N. M. Havens.. E. S. Shenard.. John proper, and that it is their right and duty to Clarksburg Register, and beg them to readit Preaidentr.plied and : 'Ship right: back' to '..that

.our investigations of yesterday and the day ocrof.The J. Cols ), Marcellus Morgan, and A. E. extend their Southern brethren in that Territory it and then the port, tell them.Franklin Pierce, Mat JGJJ, 4 p
Boston Traveler, speaking of the Greg. ponder answer question, and you will get your r net If you don't
.before, have brought to light sti'l further: evidence -:: immigration at that port, states that the number ,ory, whp retired .to an adjoining room, and and every legitimate and honorable sympathy each for himself, watchman. ., what of the I will turn them out* ;. fc"The ;

of the brutality of the Know Nothingmob of ;Immigrants has decreased, and that during their absence -D. L. Kenan .addressed 9th. Resolved support., That night?" -oy went as directed and did hra! 4
we FS
which, under the circumstances, we are uncompromis J "
the of those who is
feel it to be our duty to publish. improv condition 4. 'The total number come arrived greatly during the meeting in a brief but chaste and impressive ingly( opposed to .t tbe political 'organization The editor of tho Wheeling Gazette thus what message"call nd! was paid 'n tanteg. This" is 4
we practical -
'rho house of John Chievers, on Main 1854 was 23,828. For the first six monthsof speech in support of ,Democratic princi. commonly called the Know Nothing Order, defines his 'position : -. justice: ; f

street, near Eleventh, was fired. His wife dIes and of free and discussion all or American Party, having no sympathy with) -.i. ;
1855 there arrived in Boston 5997, against open upon Allying ourself neither north nor south, Tbe f.Boston Post obserres '
their their oaths pointedly
their unconstitutional
with her child in her secresy ; -
into the street
ran arm 11,050 the first six months of the hook the '
year previ public questions, andvin 9Pposition to the secret on our own we adopt following
desjgns, ,their religious intolerance "The-great evil or-1tn
She surrounded by the ruffians and told nothingism la,
was A of the character of those this
ous. prpof better and oath bound policy of.the Know platform as our platform on question, that
their political proscription and their abolition by itt ab ilii3bJe
.thai if she did not return to-the burning ruins i oathsit- tfpgiad \
lately come over-is the fact that during the from which we never. have and never. ., will re
associations at the North.JO' man into a dmoo and makes
Nqthings. ;
and out her husband for them to kill, Li.kitaud
bring last quarter pnly five have been bonded as cede. We may FALL on it, but WILL iJ\'F.R
that they would kill both herself! and her child. likely to become a public charge, while in At the .close of his speech, the Committeecame $. Resolved, That we hail with delightthe LEAVE IT. V burn men, "women and children,.an4 ,murder

Frantic with despair, she permitted one of the previous quarter there were 215. The Jn,and by their chairman, A. K. Allison, late signal triumph in Virginia, North Car. The severance. of.the General Government treedoth .by forcibly" driving freemen' frcijx*
child and she herself olina, Tennessee, Alabama and Texis, of theDe'o the ballot box.
-them to take the ro- better
immigrants seem provided with money reported for the consideration of the meetingthe from'slavery.The .
.turned to the house and told her husband than formerly.A .. ritic Party, and of the patriotic Whigs HKPEAL of the fugitive glare lav. -

what they said. He immediately rushed out dispatch from Washington, dated the following resolutions: who co-operated in achieving that result over The REPEAL of the Nebraska Kansas LAST 3IoMKSTs OF A .Rsszt.

to rescue his infant from the murderous 14th just says: The Democratic Platform, the Know Nothing organization, as conclusive ,. A letter in the Gazette M & >;'. giving an

wretches, and was riddled with shot and left Primary meetings/anxiliary to the Northern Democratic principles and Democratic* mea evidence, that in the great practical questions bill.No more slave territories. account of the last moments Admiral Nach-

for dead. He was afterwards carried to the Republican Fusion party, have been held sures on all I leading questions national policy involved in that contest, Southern men may THE 'PURCHASE AND MANCMISSIOX OF imoff at Sevastopol, lays:'.Conscbus, that

;jnfirmary of the Sisters of Charity, and s nee here. The platform, as published, states that involving the subjects of finance' and tax. honorably and successfully combine, wihout-: SLAVES iy THE DISTRICT 'OF COLUMBIA OE is end was approaching turned to'the t.
He had not attempted to vote, and had regard to past holitical distinctions, to save seamen by bU 'aide, and lAid '
died. the tjje My' ciiWrta .
leading object of .party. is to elcte ation, and appropriations .of money, and of THE REMOVAL OF THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT ;
goffered violence to human being. The Seward the the constitution from desecration, and the i never forget to hoist the cross (i.
,no any to Presidency. constitutional power in reference.thereto have. TO FRkE TERRITORY. ;,th crosa f.
above particulars were detailed to us by his South from being prostrated before the power : of the Russian flag of war) at the mafnmart
became the fixed and! settled policy of the "i Tim is in our opinion the only national M
.,'iCe. TUE SOUTH OLDEN TIME. From of Northern fanaticism and misrule. I Illth. in presence of the I
OF Mr. as did
country. The issues therein involved, which platform, the only one on which the question enemy you at Sinope.
Martin Connelly, now lying dangerously Benton's forthcoming volume! of his Thirty formerly divided Southern Democrats and. Resolved, That political necessity !! can be settled, the only one that expresses the .' The death of 'ia blmoff has ''puftfie *":

wounded at the Infirmary, informs us that he Years in the Senate is quoted the following Whigs, no longer afford ground for continued and the embarrassments constantly arising nature and character of our government and gnrrison of Sevastopol 1;, 'Wpeeially] the .
at when he discovered that the in allusion to the decline of the fromour commercial, relations with Spain, seamen by whom ho was adored i
was. sl per passage, com. separation and conflict among them. Now, institutions, and on that we are willing to sinkor t tp r-
houses had been fired-He and his wife ran merce of the Southern S.tales.. .: other of practical and alike dictate the policy of the annexation of swim. : General Chruleff; who, rivals him -in intre. I

.out. As soon as they reached the.street his It i is a tradition pf .the colonies that the importance questions are pressing upon the paramount earnest attention Cuba to this country, at the earliest period 1 I We really hope we have raised no one's ire pidity, uttered these words as they placed

."ife began to plead for bis Jife. A few gentl--! South had been the seat of wealth and happiness Southern men and are of such a compatible with' .oar. national' honor" andtreaty by this candid expression of our opinions for him: in ;tbe coffin : 'Moon tains ocnemi81' I',

men attempted! to sve him ; hut oca of the of power and opulence! ,' that f. rich nature as requiie cordial and fraternal concert obligations.: it is too hot to indulge in hard words or works,' cprpse.,.brave seaman, shall be thy mon .

..ruffianpi ic'-d a p &tol! at bis left breast and population covered the land, dispensing/baromal pf action among all who concur. .,in, .sentiment national l|Jth.: ,-Rcsolt'edt That the democratic and andre should pity any one who had.it ment 'Da budtl tak !'(Let it be.so,) shout- L1 1 '!
tired He also informs us of a man named hospitality, and diffusing t the .felicity pimciples declared and set forth in to do/' *d the regirnfct, who .assisted i at "the foneril

Munroe, boarding with him who was shot at which they themselves enjoyed; that all was In view upon.rhpsa ol these; quest-en obvious truths, and to se the inaugural,, address and annual message of -. _ -. cercpcny/* -. ,.-, i.i. : I

the same tim". Connelly is a peaceable and life and joy and affluence then. And .this cure this concert of action, the Denocratic President Pierce, meet our cordial approval, Patrick Henry, Henry Clay and Daniel i t
inoffensive ci izen. : and that he is entitled lo the thinks of the i Webster on Immigration and LAFATSTTE
tradition without similitude Religions Roii
was not the of Gadsden submit to their AND THE : CA.TBouca
Dennis Long, another of the wounded, ly reality, as this writer can 5 testify, for he was party fellow, citizens the following platform of principles country, for his enforcement of those princip :i Toleration. LETTER FROM JARED SfAiKs.-1-pne' I
at the Infirmary, informs us that he was old have lea, in the'signature and approved of the Ne the the quotations. t
ing enough to seen (after the revolution) and cordially and earnestly invite the Encourage Immigration, encourage forged by the -nnscropulous! ii
reading a' newspaper Jn the street when the still surviving state,of sontlie.rn colonial cooperation of all citizens of Florida, regard. braska-Kansas bill, his faithful execution of husbandmen, the mechanics the merchants of order i is the saying attributed 4o_LafayetW, !

George Thompson friend of his, and a K manners, whep"no .traveller was allowed 'togo less of all party distinctions, who desire lo the Fugitive Slave Law, his various vetoes, the old: world to come and settle, in this that -if the Jibertyof BtitrJStates: b

N., came and.t. >ld him that a crowd' at the to a tavern, and was banded over from see them established as "the true basis of the and other measures/v f of administrative; i policyin world of promise ; makelube house of the destroyed f itwpald be.by( R mfsh! priestsThe'rollowing.Ietter.frdm /*

polls were meditating an. attack upon the family to family, through entire State-wh"n constitutional and just action of this conformity to those pnncipks.l3 skiliul, the industrious;:and.the happy, as Jii'etfSnarki' 'as to :

row dfh uses' occupied by the Irish, and holidays were days of festivity. nd expectation government Resolved, As the sense of this meeting it well as the asylum of. .the distressed!: ;,fill.up the sentiment Csib if totiafa'fr1ti': ii pointed i

advised him to keep in b.is house.. He went long prepared for, and celebrated by 1st, Resolved, In the language of the Georgia that is die incumbent duty of the General As- the measure bftybur population as you can and satisfactory: : 'OAta Staft ,n ,u.Rt <

to 'sleep, and was awakened by the shots. master and slave with music and feasting and Convention of 1850, that we hold the A. sembly at its next session) to take such actionin by the means which Heaven has placed in .C.a.XDIDaiL'!J)2fl .i '
School )
His two brothera-iyere the room when he great concourse of friends and relatives. 'uierican Union in relation to the Funds belonging to yourpirAnd !:venture to prophecy there
discovered that the house secondary importance only the Slite as will cause to be erected, so far who DEi1t ;HIlt: On my retorn .1 OTW, after .
awoke. They when gold was kept in desks.or.chests (after lo t'he rights and principles it was designedto are, ;Iiviog wilt seeJs favored *
.was on fire. They attempted to escape by the downfall of paperand) weighed scales, that associations 1: as the same may extend, public schools' land anwng.the most powerful/ 1 on earth. Yes, long absence, I flnd'yourleUerofJu' ; 30th,

getting on to the roof of the adjoining house ami.lent to n.ighbors for short terms without fruition perpetuate and future; prospects past will\bind present us to.1 throughout. our State. for education. of. our. sir, tKey.will see her-great: arts and a/ms, from As Niagara Falls ;>, '_ .. .: -.

and from thence getting away. But no sooner note or security, apd on bond and land security it ns it continues be the'safeguard children.. I If her golden harvests running over an immeasurable totbVfirst.ofy6: )'r OTesiion'A believe
so long
had they! reached tbe street than his two for long jears and f lawful 'usance-and of those rights and principles.2d . Mr. Allison being called upon addressed extent, her commerce penetrating,the no than historical that Washington' fact can. be--.liefter'. >eitablishekl..

.broth rs, who wereJ frot.ofhfm, were fired when low ebb most distant seas, andJIer- 'was JnFosfcir betwWn
petty litigation was at so an That declare cannon silencingthe
.we hereby our the inciting in support of the resolutions in a the 1776 and
at and fell He rushed on through the that it fine of vain boast of those'who DoW years J780, and that ha
required a forty pounds of to. full adhesion to the following I .appear to r
crowd, bolo was himself shot, and remained baccp to make a man serve as constable. resolution andNunquaified of the Georgia Convention pf.J850, forcible, eloquent and conclusive! .jspeecb, at 1 rule thewaves., "-Patrick Henry. ,. was never there with.Lafayrfte.. ; .11t't., ,.*. ')

unconscious until he was carried.to jail. His the conclusion of which, they.were unanimously i That LafayetteaA4 l I(thfl;Jj&ertj,of 4Bo .
a and our unalterable determination. to maintain. The honest, patient and Jnjiiittioos'German United St
.. >tes.'i.ever (
the and destroyetj nt'will be
brothers killed. He heard There is ah extreme of by I
two, were. arrogance its adopted. \
it in letter and opirit. readily unites\wtJforpeopIe! establishes "ii !
murdereoT Qulnn tell the mob that he wouldgivi1et&Il'th untruthfulness in, t e.talk of theJC.: 'N. party Mr. A. ". Forman called for I Romish'priet*, aq improoabla-iiiat'I could i
.being Jpudly hirnsfIf some of our'fat lands fillscapaciouabarns believe it t
upon not
4th Resolution Platform. except on the.lriationof
-Georgia *
'moD.y and all the propertyhe and its organs, which justice and respect for ,
,possessed if!jhey: would spare his life an-1 the majority of the citizens of North Carolina That the State of Georgia, in the judgmentof addressed. .the. -.meeting in a speech replete with and "enfoys: fin Ir'anquility, some person ;:that be' heard; bfm .aiy so,.aDtl ,
cit abundant fruits whichhis
the li'espfhis tenants; but the savage; shot demands.should be eip ed. They talk about this Convention, will aud ought lo resist, 800nd rgumentand southern sentiment,giving diligence gath even .then I should usp ckiiaippreh uion. f J

'him :before' the words were scarcely out o' Ki i* the majority of the native protestant citizens ee.ai'a. ( last resort) to a disruption of every his, .reasOns,--.,. -.for attaching himself. .] to. the Dem-. standard era arqund him his,adopted always country ready to fly its ,to-the!4ws, causes Any reflecting man may conjeclar 'manr ,
is of of the state anti-Americans the tie which binds her to the Union actionof much'more-likt'ly. to say the least to l
mouth. :J\O offense alleged against any. as l any ocratic anti-know nothing party, when oniioLionh when called by the duty patriotism. The ,
u and Catholic There the of in destroy our 'liberty t tbfo'tap Ronilah
are subject Slavery prit-
these men. Foreign party. Congress upon I
was resolved that the chairman re the versatile, the phi osopbical French.' ; -
gay 100u.
Cassidy, nephew Quinn's, was shot not five hundred foreign and Catholic votesin the District of Columbia, or.in places subjectto quest of; Mr. Forman, a.copy of his admirable man, accommodating 4ifnselfcbeerfulyto all) often MW/J'fyette'in: I .,
as he attempted to escape from the flames. the State, and the 'majority the Democratic the jurisdiction of Congress, incompatible J PiHs/in'the year ;;
I the vicissitudes of life, incorporates himself 1829.
old German shown the recent vole the domestic tb, address for publication with the proceedingsof On occasion I 'attended, by inri-
,George Hubert, an living on party as by .with safety, tranquility{ 9 right without difficulty in our society.. But of all tation the a
the corner of Ninth and Cbesnut'"left npme .is,..OI1e seven thousand. Even supposing and liono'r 'of the slave holding States, or any this meeting.On wedding agranadaoghUr. one
about'4 o'clock in the ling'for ':'Portland that every fjoreigh-born citizen, every Catholic act suppressing the slave trade between the motion of Mr. Wm. Speight, a committee quickly foreigners with, none our people amalgamate. as.the 'natives so ..of the principal churches of the:city.. The 'J 5ceremony .

a avenue to"see'a'cow, which he.. intended to citizen in the State voted for the anti-Know slave holding States : or any-refusal to admitas of thirteen was appointed by the chair to Emerald Isle/ In &ome of the visions pf.the th4t and was performed by'attolfc! .prTests,
While' paing'4own Main St. he saw Nothing candidates, there still remains a clear a State any territory hereafter applying Lafayette appearedfo attend ftf ft lhrot Ub.
bal i candidates for have Ima ina'tobn i
report the names of suitable passed througlTiny I have out with ss *
rnnchVsvlemnJty '
twomeunea.rthec rnetotEle'enth.. He was majority of sixtyfi>fe hundred nasr .born because of the existence of slavery therein ; riy pmn t
.the different offices for this County ; whereupon supposed that Ireland was originally a p'artatnd present; At La Grange where
citizens; the which tho.introduction' all two I
beard shots fired looked prote'stant against act prohibiting .
between .them, some ,, part I or any '
t of this continent and that
parcel ,
S'>me extraordinary or weeks.with him
and saw''man' .lying on the pavement; arrogates to i it3 1f the exclusive appellation of; slaves! ,into the territories. of Utah! apd New the following persons were appointed by .bjs poorers }:about
convulsion of nature, Ie' i.s the
saw two men, AmericansgS up and fire two American/' Now is it not ah insult to the I .Meico i ;. org1.1y act repeajing or materially said committee e :-Wm. Speight, H. .M. Lip- from America, and across.the\, .," he seemed 1I, bpotDth: t ,neigbborn'ood/ln wnlA .
drifting ocean, to tafie.a' i
shots at tie prostrate body,'and would have people of North Carolina for a defeated modifying the laws.in Torce for the recovery ford, N. M. Haveus D. L. Kenan, E. S.She : it was place-fin i the'unfortunate"vicinity of 'I remember'hearing'him strong'say'that'h persoriai'erest.' .

fired the third, but the pistol would not go off. minority to stamp the great majority of their of fugitive slaves.3d. aid, Win. M. Jeter, Jno. P. Scott, A. J. JohnsOn Great Britain. The lime open-heartednebs, the schoolrtoo : taobffht.
exclusively tfie'
'aiio.twn !
fellow citizens anti- That and
Resolved en.
.Hubert immediately crossed the street to get nativeborn protestant as we approve
Shall faction denounce the dorse the action of our last.Congress' in the Jas. Nixon, A. K.Allison, J. M. Wilson, the same generous bospitility the same care. of eeclel a s.'. JJiat ':'tha Ujmen
out c{ the YV 'J'. He was followed by a man Aoiericanr a lea,.and uncalcalating iuduTerence about .human I t
who said be wanted to kill him with a knife. people of the good old North State as Anti. passage,.of,the Nebraska-Kansas act, and fie" J. J. Snelling and Cbarles M. Edgerton. life characterizes the inhabitants of both ought but I: to ,take Leartfofai arnortj acii' pain thea1;

The old man-told him.that he was going on American," as the Foreign and Catholic principle! therein established ; and in confer- The committee after retiring, returned and countries.} Kentucky has been sometimes of the never Catholic Church ,.spea .4 .. Uqut.

ilsl5usiness/thatbe; '.had nothing. to do with party ?t" Is: the verdict of North Carolina mity with these principles,, thei people of Kansas presented to the meeting the names of.the fol- called:the Ireland ot America"; .and'I have :I am' ;dear sir or et tgy_ "

vibe: (Pihting.,. a"t.there was no use,in. killing nothing? Is the solemnly] recorded vote of a have the right; whe/jtbe npmb'er) of their owing gentlemen : no.doabt. t.that if'the/current! of.emigrationwere .. ... ,very. retpettfirltk'l E1) ;' _
form A" p.
The wretch's heart seemedjtobe.tonebeiihe native-born citizensAothingj'.Hasnot i justifiessit, to Republican
: man. protestant population
a vast majority reversed, uci set From .
For; the General J. Colson Amerieaiiporfiljeshores RCT. Bishop J + ..
A8embly,1ohn Sp.ld.fqjtk
'off the and is with without' ; -
: went wjth crowd. the. State spoken State'Conatitutaon or slavery as of Europe, insteadof being Europe .. ,. .
: down toward'EJeventh street she not American ? Is Nprth Carolina a they.may\determinevand i be admitted, i into the rOt Sheriff,James M. Smith; for Judge of Pro- to America, American :
-Fbe.cTOd. however, almost Immediately Foreign or Catholic State? "Union"upon equal footing! with .the other bate,kA.,J.,Forman ; all of whom were unanimously lrelandLwoUld there every find as Irish emigrant FIRST Kzfo".No1'Bpto.L itSih !
.. .returned agalrit and surrounded the old man. How long is this insulting trumpery. tobe ,StiiUs; and that her rejection Congress,on elected I by the meeting for the m- i here flnds! ; a hearty 'Welcojpe every and ?/ 4SJ rrie. f fe'.L D B n aG'. I
: P r
*tine of -thedi'cried ont: Let us kill the persevered in ? How long is it to be endured? Account of. sl very.,wd,e.a.J st c, !.ae.f.' whjch selected. and Mn'Colson happy home. Hixar Ct4Y. '. :"Pilgrigji_, '$ 'sn: f! hib: aft toU

.4 --
g aI:&ffl o'pIreIAi.lIe.!' Another cried of that party sustain their organs, in such Sta'to t.o'lorid.Jt! ibo Union.4tbi !being presentjaccepted.tb.e'nomination', "ItVeems t&'b(the'American destiny--the;}; '*2's a'driic or kbfoil.toalkit. AiMa3abWd

out 'ihai'fce .vrddd fhnot him for,the fan of arrogant nonsense\llVilpiijijtonJow.nal.Lov Jtetoirxd, r/That we. adopt M our, own, when after giving three hearty cheers for the mission'wbich has Wen I entrusted' to ua ''Kftre .i' \ G otalltheei :- 'eteraeiia bftftifl.and
l RtfaolnUon unanimously L .' t !, on the shor pf'the Atlantic,'the 'it tj Y Jr I:Cb anltl( .t .:
the IhTngj d'ImniedUily placed a pi/tol to the fellowjnff pawed: success ot'e C'th candi4tes the meeting cdnception .( ''pOMiists..T .- .
ed. Hubert It of Georgia ; ; .d.tb.,greatduty.ta.whieb. wesxern1t b l"t9u d f ; rlllYih :'tbe re'a' Of
;jMs rightbreaitind % J now IJi VILLJ.BRAVICRy--'Ve'; have always by the jast Legislature d pt resoloti ij ii' )Jt %

.:i 'ilgi'a'intiet,li l: 'jcrMcal; *;'condition" at ubest his reoat'h contended, says the Louisll, Democrat,that .'".".'Rtl. d,;; by! "Ae, That General Azsemblyof. to the the v "Tbatlife proceedings of. this meeting beFhiiu show'tbataU* = reverencefor T'J Mots.T l>,and X''Ai all_,' authority.de'nomiuattons, i7 '-i'professing *r u. ".fazflbji 1/ndiutnetoUoiiing: .J1 '>&aj,_r-JHJ.} ',*1. f.gc'..'.3-o=...u/J ly
:' ,cor4 otL:1Th1th.and wasinn'o taken opposition r" .
nat-Oce' 4. > ttn rfJfenpan Kentucky If.ve da.erof1fng had-ever felt apprehen'sions tiJq/ (* < ga.Nebraaka'BII. lt r.laton.tcthe. I J ,p T liib fG': A L ":. ; Jtf rotni, ani, t.'o .anj author;orour bein 1 i an 'befleflri'hifla.jl&EiInay 1 ., '. c'Mo, h. : &1zfQp; .,' .h: 'W s,1e *Id i i I

. 'bfffreigueii. } ; is regarded the il t!!.. ':;P.IWWH E 'ICluiir'., safely'be tolerated without; prifu '.l1L'.Ii', e. to 'be' ..6Iou -aaa
whose.panMVe.eoTiIdnoliiiertkin slawfy,
14'\ ,, on coreweiIdTejzoe) ,now ,subject peo- . ,, f'i-Obt\1: I'
the, .' H.I. WI.s jj {|jt P H diM-fithar to-;.qur.Religion:lor.bun liberties \ [44jfn i def ti 2 K'ft w-
ciS to peonleoflh .
SetVeeff WrrtenUi t,9lGeqrjia as hostility .
living fe'nWtwenty-five natirV.citizens,/pr.evprjforeigaerlfl pl J; G CJ8' ._. ,", t '
... OA. 'D.,ored! ,1.1.'l..1U.lJ' .'f rboM ; itte'jStkfa( ml the>vent.of;la tBfoDdaY' ..3puthrM'4ha{'all| raons who, ,!paftake t'f'::---" 'h ." ". 11' n 'vTu \ "it :.. .'t J. )Jlf"f1. lid*pe4jngSt ,'... '1. n 1J iPlB.. ;.:. ; ;.b1301

$b L s' em mI'er1&,. aDder, ,.: ;proved l t'tw'ie v r jn"ob',opposition.areupfit.to,be recognized TRiizni.i.ol' .E'Fp I01f'C'AJrrY. ,fir1"j v.o. 6U' :kqo"t.thaUt f\' il.). at.I."e. e..1. 8..eo ouora'61I.1 t.We ae to fit '.1. .
; iI"d".Ja r. ; or organixato The Know Notulrirrhabltually stigmatize tow .rt Ui.t te ; .. ilat.wW, -
mob &J &ttttr d 2part 1.pa11' .. .
., ,. Zp9tTg i J'
t 9 I lID ,
'r "t' iWf.'VFbrfign Party/ and ei R 1 .u s'Cithomr r1d 'no 'ma y J N
neW1Jl' 'ihot t> tiop.4tbslUe: ,'0 tleSopui... their,bppoiiie ts a I"T-: ii05ftwaiSSft I
through *
.o --tI"' .__ .. ." chivalry, tJtat"'ida ctil1be1ieifethat: ...bot.tJalbMI D iJ I -
; ., .' .- l' : tb. .., t.l.in, e tJ.:1tbl hy ti islfS \ ; they are .t itPO !thTo.gb'th States m' ." ,f
:k. .., : 'l!..'iw. T&tMJintbt1 ,...Jl J"IfJe "tM '., '. ; $4PUOfljp b4 I''Jtt are,!Ifliflg Itnflog t.O .eo rvernme, of the.cpuntry koaginE tl ttht J.hnQ .fs.N",:,and ua.o'.uf. Sp I .
; bQ "! __ .. '
I :a en c I a. 1. J* J .J. > talilit 1e;; ai1' ic8Y
1: 'P .mo.I'1Lby. f' .ad .. q., .I".. ..,: ". '_ ., -'." 'act in parU: 'o"rWutJd! : pc1na mtJieh" 4) J l' t. ,1 r. /J 'Ju f jJ bWiiIti: MrtJlo\I 2 .=

< .pq&E jL'n" .. JI.'YID /f. most J!:"Order' *. &$r| efli1ih. 'Government *re ; !e !In.eewe rt sectin.of the. ;,1.1 nl 1h. iW.p6.the. ealt! d, 1f1) e 1iO9 nd52OO f resp.etbla.or.JcCcr'U rsljt.r., because' '. t.::1&a uU1StL .Dhid W' xaw. h t \a
iheret 4nlY 1 ;
t. whe: :
f ;
.I', .i :!. W. prop .' iIf "" 4 .J :'1 d.Hi4.. J\Mi 1t1'm.: the are not IUIng o f uirJ.pa ,..:...a 4M 4i .. VLc1tfzni f'1pm .k'ftrriim' k1 m-' tb1I11btiarid 'fhaI'I : ,DI .i .
tll19 f.at bPt. th.t'IIi "
,.. sJ .I U ttdi jt' 4l. ? of sodity 1 < d. ta IJ coar. or 0
"; "lrClhi' "I'S of thelj'- 's ..tiafi.'a, 696ijnd p4ttQX4nt ambngf.tu.f h .
u&1' eI JUKU we ioal.q.k ii" n. Or t.trA s
<, .'Or-all".'lOt laelL W Y! I! VUuIted&at'' i i tbDem c ber P1Ith vejAndp]: iJtf lwJto.wJiatill r ('\ bo Hcmof.C'o".'fin:sll, pstyliq.office i rll rllr 'I r. ; u1'r. t
','. boOlrr -- QeD'I 'Uic d": 14tlancliM'thef forem f. *,, Proved oa nthe. We l''t a uwnI1 vn '' !.
l fila. be d. Afif adJetiffll rtthe Jew $ 4D ri".tifGe1Jloft' ,.'. ,4wf'''wvo ct*j* v -rt't Aii'fd- a"xjr hU- l 11'11181 ,JJIi Jr I _
u a matter :
I I1S 1 In Tcnncwee, where are a,hO man's religious ; ,
I and at t e
.wjodpninttheywaipronoinct.-- 'with man party : party.
;J&*: ,, -Tiaut, recruits procured 1 been.enbrmoas, and the nection eery i .

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f 11L.J. ,!': ":r- 4 4 it ----.1: .._J '.t ..rTii"; .,- h''' _. It I1mnow.athc'rory"
x Hew York "Bofb.'l ithat things are taking jn _.he. Sooth, ajpd 8n3Giddings i' ma l1'i. UU : f ".
ottrttat "

i riMnR t tf ';. TieresdTntJonoftLo! .' Softs( ,".as they are nd Chase,nnd othtr knowp.friondl copy froni'Mho"
) .d ( -.---.-----.- ..------------------.-----. -.-----.-.- : termed, adopted at their convention hdd Joni 'of I tII:. Seward..lhn.prondnen ,8nKH,.in forcinga the (wowing statemeuf"" "ich: ;cqJJIF n :return: --u-of tho.censu! a* !hav been'.; iface\ receivc3 ; -: .porUon; of.the\ Southern memory, and will taj
union with the Know Nqt jngs/the design tb thfDigestion Nothings : atlh.Secretary's offi. -. people permit .-
Soathew Cpqw :
TALLAHASSEE : i the .29th, have come to- hand, the three:last I : palwa: inco 4der*telj to
of the New York NORTHERN KjiowtfoTHKfOf The Com.mittoo" I males 483y white fe.' occupy a biUr"ggsmonf
:'t -- of which we publish below. *While the softs .: crafty .pianager are ;4 J.t.CKsoN.-Wbito: .

;j; Saturday, September 15,1855.Amnrmrmwo. !' avow their.oppositiop. to the restoration of the apparent to the most obtuse 'irfellect. Like of Correspondence the'American male 228rkolaj whitest ;?69fjtnafe *laTe* and
of the Northern States have Many good patriotic men of the goutli
and party females total
4T Rayner and Pike Prentice Hunt, 2386 2428- alave4&l4free;
show their free- ,
Missouri\ Compromise, they that National have acted without.reflection
i issued address recommending a ,
an hastOj
.-One dollar per sqn rf OrI21i'1f'f1or; been elect In1850 white and Uft- .
has to 9,628 ,
't1i -Seward ready men colored 45 .
always -aggregate
k-4.-fcr An l_rti08&nd. fifty cents Jar each eon n. soilism :in the con u$jon of.the :last resolution Convention of the party assemble at wIsely, in uniting under:a'eomaon DIme ..
white tU
oano*. T and this, it is hardly necessaryto: say, to Congress without questioning thejr5wewJ3; qnQ R1I&t. ,or the. 21st day of November mIRes 1627, white females 1448total name 9 t Kqu !oth1n *fditle ,

fSf Anoooneeroeot of c*i>dici t |0, to.be paid I cuts them off from an affiliationith the National as slavery, and like them, be.is.anxiou.s.to; nnt. The Committee desire to see represented 3,075 ; male slaves ,179& female., 1740- ofthefree i States 4.

n till e&MI io advaDce. this tire ; tH& in this Convention all who are op free colored 30-aggregate flnrantof. .tor
i We.of the South 'have apply test to Presidency J.<5aji tal slaves 3,534 ;
1 Democracy. the olit; iffa hat'wk .
; t &
__ violation national ,
L. -. of in tIle pottdito the pf faith.bythe Increase in whites since 1850, 1694, ati
.1; too often denounced the Northern"Whigs for point to.a host [frfrnda new Porigrpss, 6,639. .
sacred hattodkl uppdrt :.the
reckless OTetfjtto I
: VAMP MEETING.- Camp Meetingfoit sundering com : DIeu.
11 r. and thota Know-Nothinng. who look fcrJKIC __ _ ___ .__ in slaves 1280., in free colored 15-total inI .
Point their hoen'litv.toiour ri.rhts.to'be found at this ---I L i e e .t. ,1: ..,. ... ,.. -- -
_>_>_ w.1u1tit.-are____ __ _u will commence at Shell on w --- -- I paCtS, aTKJ wiiu-nru III I."V.UI WIG UU'VUUItional Ii' "- <- t- ,.Had Use rtohiHmist.) ,

;; tb*58ti Stptmn r. The Premchera geoendly on the late day qu ktly'tolerating blatant freesoilismin cess in iS5ii, must conciliate M"V ----1[ restoration of that time honored Compromise ,crease 2,98. ':fit thern aimpJl.ta14. I
people jn'tjrt >$ B
P. RICHARDSON/P.'E. the Herald known as the;Missouri i. Prohibition ovolI.-White male* 1185, white tn:1'f8 lnow
Diatrkt an faVited.. 8. our own ranks. 1I'be'? Hards are now'' the The article in New Yorjk i JIJI .o! :

.; ::1 -' only National party in the State of New of which we unjoin. js fpll of i interest, ;and which was destroyed \\n ut disregard ,p fthe, :females: ,1076,-total white, 12261 r male. that many.of joaare .d .wkh exItlDI'

a -De&ttkfrtk.Uon. Thomas Douglas.' south- popular will-a wrong no lapsepftJme pan 1ftve S5 malea 9itotal: slaves,-746; political parfiea:and denied .oitnU
sbould.be e.arefulypondered by i.i "f
.. York and at in every _
-? ; although they are present a ; palliate and no plea for its! cpntinuance.can i and profit, and know (IL4W;
.Thc melancholy 'though not "unexpected! Itls a'i'tlu tant tonfeS8JOn of disappqintmeijtjn '-freo Vlored tQr aggregate, 3013. In 1850, yon .
". large minority of the:voters, and will proba. I ernll1an. !3titY": I. ,,\ :' .. jority of the -A'meriean ..
.E intelligence of the death or.this gentleman i the nationality KnowjNo- "' '4 r ; I white.males: 1J14 J ; females 598-total white we
bly'continue so, for this canvass at least,their r ; Will? this satisfy them,,gays Charleston nnito with to

:.' reached us by:last night's Eastern mAL Hel ranks will nevertheless be swelledby.the.accessicui : : thiogiwB,.And is full of wholesomq adrtwni-. M' rb'uty1 r the guilt of their associates at the 1706;; male slave' 373/femalW 287-total trust you, 'gJn you place of proft'tand

: died his : Jadksonvillo on Tuesday slaves free colored 1-aggrega 2,. provided you will agree that wsihiJl.
reMOjencein C60
: of the many thousad .org: oa.nd. tion : North ? Well do we remember how the de ; abolish and that
7 j ,Anight llthinst, after a protracted ill- 11 the o'f 377. Increase in white 5p5t in akvea 86, slavery' .jou win mist ti fa
i, true Cass democrats who djd not regard the Joshua R. Glddings, luling' 'spirit" feat of the Know Nothing p rty'in Virginiawas the union of I
preserving the
;4 ? T neae. Jsrfge D. was held in high esteem as split in 1853 as justified by the surrounding this Ohio amalgamation convention, may he I attributed. tho conduct of,Massachos decrease in free colored 5 rnett increase 636. disunion State*, aad_ntam
from and
.-. .a'lawyer and as a citizen. lIe had filled various circumstances, and who in adhered considered as the fmboiliinent of i ilA p.in l.-I and the Hiss Legislature, and-with what (The returns from this county are not official, rualti'-how .DMDI

;t. t the duties of consequence pies and purposes. True, he thought its resolutions -' teen taken from be Penin Southern men wouldopotfnI J.' &i the
; important public positions, looks SoutherrVKnow haying Tampa
to the Soft organization. The ?tf.- Y. were rather mild.; hut they are.CE'r. savage Nothings turned B
'. ; : which} he discharged with laborious zealand ; i >t, .1 o sulprppon. !.
sular. men .
News thinks that there are at least twenty : talnltf strong enough for any sectional schemeshort upon them in consequence. Most cruel ) -

., : ability. He bad been U. S. Attorney (or the : thousand who will thus, regardless of minor of open and immediate armed sedition i I was it, so to prostrate the party in 'the first These turns.added to,those given last !qujd lo'r4Y8 & Idfii:pI

.Northern District of Florida -wader the Terri- difference," change sides by uniting with against the federal governmentS The sum Southern State in which it had raised its ban- week from twenty counties, show the follow.: wer9us.I.t .Wou2d.jt -y.mc

.torial elected the and substance of both this Ohio and this Indiana iionorable.tohave.secured the contention d'
.I regime-was by. Legislature ?
the Nationals. ner. But Massachusetts only led where others ing results as compared 'with the census of
convention is'a
': of the State Judge of the Eastern Circuit,aydwa'i. nigger worshipping Southern men In this measure;thairby coticr
the South for the were eager to follow ; and from her intense 1850 :
The resolutions referred to wbit'h.we find sectional crusado against i '
afterwards promoted by the people of the meant, byAnd1ijIou1dthe midnight a ajtin-likeaMo [/
I in the Richmond follows presidency. nn. (p-dyed fanaticism,'public sentiment Whites. Blare! Free.
Enquirer, are as :
1k whole State to the bench of the Supreme : "They./speak of a national convention, but at the North has taken all its character. In 1855, 44,801 36,678 636 I _, ab latl'J.d.a:

'1 5. ;: li> Court, andatthe time of his death was one 9. Resolved, That we regard the organization (If the thing is absurd. Their national conven. In 1850, 32,383 28,994 701 havo made 'qch a proposition I Bctlttti
hands of armed borderers Bud their mtrucion into tho And now what has become of the Philadelphia
Justices of that tribunal. tioivlike that at Buffalo in 1818, and that at more.than.twenty jears'.have elapsed tfoee
:! : t of the Associate territory of Kansas, not as bunajide settlers, but fur ho ,
Platform aimed
:" .: the forcible subversion of the right or / !legal ejectors Pittsburg in 1852, will be bounded on the { harmony it to 12418.; 7,6S:! 65 the people of the several Southern State, In

: 3 not only' as n violation of the pence of the Uiwn nnd South Mason and Dixon's line and the secure, the great reforms it proposed to accomplish -.
:1 : by Increase in whites . .. .. '
: :> :MEETI G-I: GADsnEN.-Read .the proceedings the rights <>f the community assailed, and AS an exam tho enrolled 12,418 i primary meetings,:.&E .bllOlemn protect oil
Ohio river only under it ? Instead of Convention in the .
party a iu slaves . . . .
a r of the Gadbden meeting on the first pie full of danger to tbe states, the aafety of x\bl'leiOltitutk.nl to be thousand times formi. 7,684 the part of their General Assembliei declare
threatens a more
and domestic tranqnility require to be pro City of Brotherly Love, another Convention .

t 2 :!: L pag .The re.oluUonswith slight modifications t-xted: against exteinul! influenci's and the instigation dable and dangerous than any anti-slavery is to be held in Cincinnati, where, in1 the pure ; 20,102 a tariff for.protection unconstitutional,oppre

;. i. : are those adopted by the} Georgia De. of secret emisanc8, buta8 distinctly 3ubverfiv'cf the combination, not excepting that of (be Missouri I Decrease in free colored,. .. . 65 give and unjust, and resolved and re-resolved
S atmosphere of Abolition all the of ,
intent of Congress as declared in the bill organizing ot"i 819.20. We beforeus nonsense
> at their convention in Milledgevilleon agitation see that would not submit to such tariff.
they a
macracy leave the fn '
the said territcrie. to people perfectly e
of foreign and Catholic influence is to be for-
] ;- the fifth of June, and are uch as the party to form and regulate their own domestic i institutions now loop-bole escape from tho perilous Nett increase,. .. . _. 20,037 Congress Darned a deaf ear to their memorials .
: in tbeii own subject only to the Constitution of contingencies of a sectional scrub race, gotten, and the Americans" that shall

.: in tkis State will plant themselves upon, for!I the United States way and that nil tho power of the federal I involving the most hostile nnp embittered elements v.If> .A ,.,-nrf.cu OTA. fri i-\l/-\f orwi. .4.k.f.A*.-minA Aggregate in 1855,. .. .82,115 and protests, and passed more, objection

':: fc'V .veal or woe. and territorial governments should be exerted to redress otsc'ctwnaljealousieshatred, violence, I U'V sflIa.Lst. Ls .v 5a'frn. '-a .u." Of in 1850.. .. . . 62,078The able tariff for protection, and South,Carolina
J 'these outrages and to vindicate tbe rights of the against the rights and institutions of the South.
': : discord, and disruption. In the North the Wai- the
'i Counties not yet from .are acting upon avowed'principle. and jentf-
: .. rG n. Call's second letter did not come to people tbe.cot fusiotmts What a conclusion to the great Know Noth- I
: 10. Resolved That we consider the clause in the anti-slavory are riding roush.s oJ ton, Franklin, Gadsden, Alachua, Duval, Ma- menu of the South, nullified the*act What
-. ? hand until too late for to-day's par r. We Kansas Nebraska bill, repealing the Missouri Com pro over all obstructions. They have absorbedthe ing party, which, having arisen upon the r
t rion, Monroe and Dade which contained i iI the result t The of fitsetoU
an people the
.. understand that it will probably appear in thenext tuise. (which would have expired by its own limitation new American par'y thoughout the New nuns, and in spite of tho opposition the I .. was "

on the o.gHtiizatiou of tenitcrim into states.) as unwise England States ; they have reduced it to' 8 I aggregate population in 1850 of 25,367. State, for whose benefit the act wi* gamd f,
Sentinel. Wing and Democratic to ;
parties, was soar
and uncoiled! for. but tbat to
we are opposed any KB -
capitulation in Pennsylvania ; they have swal- cried out' the Union trox in dattt Crn,
agitation baring in vie"the rc&U raiior. of said line or above their follies, and, in the
suppressionof Health of
:: "The communication of )iaj. Bradwell, in tending to promote tectinuvl controversy in relation lowe'I it np at a mouthful in Ohio and Indiana Jackson said it must b. pncened'and tone
j thereto bat that trust that the thereof nnd almost everywhere else all tendencies to political division founded
people Wakulla
; -ve ; The Times Wednesday :- their readme
, which saya Southern men avowed to' .
letter recently appeared-
-reply to a when free to.crganize! thir own guvemmfnt.' under the, northern States, excepting the State of on geographical l discrimination," promised .
; ,::1 ;'theVakulh Times from Major Beard, will the laws of Congress according {t'> their own interests New find the f' We are surprised to learn that a rumor,to shoulder to shoulder withmen, of of the free*
i York \ve Know-Nothings play. pea'ce.to tine Union and security to tho South. the effect that the fever is in
and well btiep will dispose ofthat trust bo as to beat j yellow prevailing hi
the South
.- ..;j.. be published w soon as a copy of the Times secure them a guod government and to maintain the ing s' cond fiddle and acting as tidewniters How mortifying to think' that Southern men, New Port and St Marks, is extensively circulated soil States to enforce act \Carolina

: containing Maj. Beard's letter can be obtain S peace of the U nil n. to the Seward holy alliance. in the and of at the point of the bayonet on act cleat
after all tht-Ir: bitter. could havo country, many our
11. Rcso red. That the democracy of this state are "This, is a deplorable state of butit experiences, and the
things ; unconstitutional
concerned oppressive
s ed. Justice to all parties requires friends are prevented from visiting us on that ly peo-
in no degree retponsiblc for the agitation (.f slavery been duped by such a sham !
; I.t Will is nothing very wonderful. At the 'Phila. account There not the least truth in these of the South. The fugitive slave law i It
. _:I that the two should appear together. ; growing; out of the repeal of th*Missouri Compromise 'pie
4. and that while: 'WIll adhere delphia Know-Nothing national State council -. Our citizens are enjoying good
friend of the Times supply us ? they faithfully all the rumors. Admitted to be constitutional, and guaranteed
:: -our of the and there was split southern slavery, the ,Dodges.
Compromises constitution maintain all the upon health, and we know of no cases of fever here,

r. CO lISSIO'iERS.-A mcrred rights of the states they dtem thin an appropriate South, with New York to back them, going The Know Nothing organ in this city is or in our county, other than common chills by the Constitution for the preservation qf
COCKTY correspon- '
; occasion to declare and repeat their fixed hoe off in one direction, and the bulk of the North and fever which in Southern rights, and violate no right of oth* -

I, ::1 .'.nt of the Sentinel recommends the follow- tility to the extension ofukveryinto tee lecritorr.. in another. The order in State just now so completely taken up with the resolutions _u. ,.. are.. not more.' prevalent'OW? .. c'---- __ ___.1.1.__ "t_____1.___&_ __-*
-, -- -- I i every was \VaKulJa Ulan in other sections were it I Late, auu uoY ruitue 3 iuuucuiueiu. wL
of side" that it
;;: : ng-gentlemen to be voted for as County thus l left free to. take its own course, and to our entirely overlooks otherwise, we would not fail to inform. our other Eastern States, the hot-bed 'of Know
The Flre-.ell In the tho action of its late brethren-the New
John Cro- its alliances
Comaaissioners:-J an's Willis, form own for the ejections of the distant /'
< friends nullified and.re md it
R Nomingisra, have *accessfolly -
Ji mar e, Patrick Smith and John S. \Ial wrIt When Mr. Jefferson spoke ofthe excitement current year, leaving the general l combined York Know Nothings. How is that? The
: officer of the General Government
: The three first mined are members of the growing out of tho Missouri Compromise plan of operations for 1850 an open question. editor had bragged of their imaginary doingsbut To the People of Florida, ; ,
enforce the law and Southern
Acting accordingly the .Ktlow. ofNew endeavoring to ,
Board. 1 in 1820-'21, lie said it was like a othing here we have their real work, .with no The first organization of Know Nothingsfor
; present England, Pennsylvania Ohio, and Indiana citizens seeking their property, peaceably and
: ;: 'Wi/ j fire-bell in the night' in its effect upon the have joined tho f1nti- lcwcry coalition bogus about it, and he is as dumb as a church political purposes, was by abolitionists;

:::1. < HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY.-The following j I friends of our beloved Union. But (say* and in tho remaining no,tho western States mouse. Why don't he publish their gon r- and their triumphs in the Northern and East agreeably to its provision, hare. been murdered -

VI k( were tho Capital Prizes drawn Macon, Ga., the Washington Union,) what must we thinkof they will probably pursue the s me policy of al resolutions and give the public "a touch ern States consist in the election of men with impunity, and who at the So1th1

on the 3d Septa: the Jasper County Acadenjy I the appalling dangers to our existence as making hostility to the extension of slaverythe of his quality" respecting them ? They are pledged to act against the rights of citizens of ready to enforce. this act an act guarante .
1 : line their the Constitution a* to the ,
.of by
Lottery : a free people portended by the daily i indications base operations. I worse than the resolves of the sorts," and i the Southern States, alike regardless of constitutional necessary prea.Drvatlon '
I of the legal rights of the "people of
.. -. No. 2-173. .812,000 in. . .Macon, Ga- of the times I .To. see .hostility .to the Oar Side." they are bad! enough in all conscience. Tbe restraints and tho principles i and "
the Southern States, and Tiolative of tLa
: 1817. 5,000 in. .Cleveland, Ohio- domestic institutions of the South and hostili. softs condemn the intrusion" of armed sentiments necessary to our.Union under a pot
1 It is not surprising that our facile cot(> rights of the people of uthe freesoJl .Stalest .
2921. in. .Lynchhurg, Va. mpo.
*: \ 3,000 ty to the guarantied and covenanted rights band of borderers" into Kansas, and so do Federal Government And is it not strange
-. 603. i,200in..Brooklyfl, N. Y. rary should be looking around for another Who act! South are ready to enforce. this
:. : religious and political, of hundreds.and thou the Know Nothings. The softs look upon that while. the citizens of. the. Southern. States
4772. 1,100 in..VicksburgMiss. side, since his investmeuts in Know Nothing -* act a\-t the j>pint of the bajoMtt Non -, -
11r sands of best citizens I the repeal of the Missouri Compromise as that the Treat majority of the -
our tna.de, tho twin is know, ( pqop1.of
..J stock are likely to prove profitless, the l*& \ fc S Why t bit became :-the love of tie, Untoa
sues which a great partyia the North unwise and uncalled.for" (the position. of the the frecsoil, Spates" are abolitionists, and
Organization. upon
; 1:. ;DemocratIc editor of the Sentinel not being one of those : i has made the Southern people cowardly, pr
is built excited and maintained is well Sentinel's I late candidate for Congress from in their efforts to abolish slaveryin
the up .
Mr. EDITOR-Allow me to suggest who cares to invent without a prospect of only submissive Is it because -we hare traitors
1 calculated towspirevfide-sprcad alarm. But. this State)-but ".arc.opposed t any agitation the States, as well as to prevent it in Territories '
: ; propriety of a more thorough organization of good returns. Remarking on our commen- at the South.;who,for the Jon. .of.cfike. ,
if this the having in view the restoration of said the of Disunion '
side of picture is gloomy what only by apprehension
the Democratic party in our State and County ; dations of the resolutionsadopted by the would barter freedom for & mesa of potagell
.4 must we whon we see a serious line ;" while on the other hand the Know that portion of the Southern people *
and a more frequent, public discussion of say movement New York Hard, he says, Yes, their resolutions any I, FARMER.
(, : and in the South to aid and build up that Nothings want tho united American people"to should, upon a suggestion of the abolitionists, .
.*'. the point r>f difference between our party are admirable.. We thought that

; ita.: pposer*. h may bo that the,jsecnet or- northern fanaticism, whose success must be the Floridian would kinder sidle round to our condemn the administration for the repeal l, in their Know Nothing tactics, swear aecredy :i y :TEL GRAPH.' ',

.t : r.der-of Know Nothings are nightly -in.ooriciaye tho dissolution of the Union, and the destruction side. This is decidedly rich, and charac. and add that the institution ofslztyeryshcuJd.. or agree openly, to support'the Union as paramount -

;' .-. to devise' modes and means of pro- of the best interests both of the North teristically smart. Justread what'our eide'says receive no ext cn.iop! : ffom-any such repeal," to all".other interests ? Let the abolitionists .laTJ'OX'.' Enor: ,

:; ': ., and the South The last demonstrations in which means,as.we remarked }last. week,that j minority to swearto Nsw ,Y6 k, iSeptembTr t-Th ,St** .
.. L motine their own strength atiour expense. It of the party with which the Sentinel. ..has. n .. .. dapaarespeptable- -- _t._ "ixl_ "i>_ 1"._._.L ITT._* L__ _'-1.1..
"4t ; -; --- U -: adversaries Unto ana in Indiana put the intentions of fbe vansas snaiinoi De aammea as a tate ShoUld support the Union, as a paamount1jty, snIp AuaauCf v-apiain TT-CBI, IUM. XTITVU A6
.is never wise to despisp your latelyftefolvcd ateJ :
this advice.to
: > claims northern wing 'of the Know-Nothing party alto 1 apply'with a constitution tolerating .slavery and what will restrain them from the execution port fotiLicerpooIwith'. -
however smsU-you mayuthinlrtJieir ,- Tbat the National Democracyit opposed .5thii1t. \
entirely beyond dispute. The bargain Is not to all secret as that would amount to an extension"of of a fixed to abolish sla ryf- : '
.S IC t to public respect and-oortfidenee, Now appear p'liticalllOcHties\ that the first priu- purpose The steamship; ,Ariel, arrived cut-on tL,

; 'A to me to be tJ-1e..t me for action by way only cordial, but complete; and nothing can :ciples ricted of discussion a free government in all matters dera nd of open pubjw and concern unre tho institution of slavery from such ro- will' they not. suppose that men. sworn to a .i 23d nit., and tfie Wkshjpgtpn on.the'24t$.

:. r 'preparation for the great struggle! .-which prevent its being crowned with success but Lilt the guarantees of freedom of religious faith and; peal," which their resolution opposes! This j particular .course of cond"wt..,,ill endeavorto I CoatMSJtcuo. Lmi QJlfn.: Littr

worship contained in our State aud Federal titutions is softs for pool .Cotton Market .,wa ,eir" but act
The da&tiuy of the an effective a: d resolute counter movement Cont> going a.bow-sIWt..beJond..the .; pursue It, that divisions will occur among !
wai.-soon be npon'-us. lie at the fonndutjoti of our national)liberties !lower .and closed,quiet aDc tn41
quotably ,
on the of the democratic while they avow their "hostility to the eixten-i tho Southern which will enable them
cOOD y.rcstsith the Democratic part}*. In part party, including and prosperity; that acy attempt to ,lrid e the privileges people at 7th for.Fair Orleans, 6 9-l6d(or MiddHzfOrleanst5d $

:, 'tt 'the solemn and impressive language of the all those independent citizens who haveat now granted to aliens of becoming citizens and sion of slavery into free territory," they leave to'.abolish slavery with impunity; and if civil for Fair Upland and 54 te
owners of the soil *
among tu.or to affect the rights of
ivenertHc Senator from Michigan, G en. L wiaCMS last seen that this party ;is the only one adopted citizenu to a full and equal participation in the people of Kansas ".organize their own war'is.the consequence, it will be Among ourselves Middling Uplands. The sale daring 6*

In letter of the 22d( ult, I now alive that faithfully adheres to the ob. governmental aff.iirs, na defined by the Constitution, government, under the laws.of Congress, according -they will. n.qt be involve ..in it, but week comprised'45,000 bales,of which **

:y.fK ;; a published is ligations of tbe constitution, nnd to all the ought to be resisted as antagonistical .to the genius of to their own.interest andirtll-feing"l enjoy triumphantly the strife and bJoodshed ulatiors took 4,500,,and exporter 4,500,kit*
: believe the fate-of this great. Republic now Republican imtitutiun&-8QcUbat.wo, *s Democrat, 'balw of the
; all to
;. ? 1 earnestly I rights of citizens and States as secured Under recognize as evidence of fidelity or merit, no distinc- Those "laws of Congress" submit thewhole produced by their machinations our Colly ? log 36,000 descriptions .
in its hands, and so believing, trade. .
"l tion of birth or religious creed, .
it is tbe mission
% that immortal instrument. question into the hands of the people of Kansas Has it occurred that '
not to
infatuation intelligent men,
and Strange )1arke'had advanced
hope that its action will be firm, prompt of the Democracy to proclaim- and maintain the The Liverpool Breadstuff

; ; "Ignited yielding not one hair's breadth of its that while this party is battlingwith great doctrines of civil and religious l'rty, aud to and the sofia say let them .do as they the Know Nothings, although, they claim,to .in Consequence oldie unfavorable

: : I Herculean uphold and enforce the constitution in iU sublime prinCIples please with.it-but so do not JheJnow. be in national weather. )Vh it improved from 2d. a
'time-h uorod prinoiples and resisting to the 'energy AGAINST THE INFURIATED justice and equality. say a political party, dot not a b.-d.

; i with which FOES OF TJIE SPUTHEKN STATES, Nothings, and we call on the Sentinel to pub. point ofview"!advocate any leading measure 3d; per, 70Jba.\'l eof.wM,2t.. better, and
efforts we are '
last the dangerous And read ;
t again what.theorgan Off our Western Canal wai| worth;Irom 40. a 41t
& there are men.to be found, in the South who lish their resolutions. Let us have no more disconnected with the abolition, of slavery?
menaced ; and if so, the victory of the tide":the N. Y. Daily News-saya:. rr- I and Ohio from'40*..a.42*. per bbl of.196, Ibi.

; etitution I doubt not, will be achieved." Entertaining are laboring with equal energy.to destroyth I Tbe Know Nothing Councils at Columbus, dodging-no more humbugging. They say Americans should'' rule .America/ Corn had* adtanoed dC snd White.ws*quoted

E only that .stands' between them and'that the. administration'of the Government Cn' '. VeUpw iST*. ; >er 480Ib
these views, I beg to suggest that party- I Georgia, .roet in Cpnvention on the,23d ulL, at >n\i4a, 38j

Sill i :. meeting of the Democratic paity ,be and a bloody! servile insurrection.We and unanimously agreed to cease the use of Prophecy :Fulfilled. <. by-American is their chief.object. Is not .The* :market; *cjosejd steady, and quiet: without&

c [ a w.u which all citizens not bound by perceive that tbe New York -Herald obligations,signs and pass words, and to surrender The lIon. R. M. T. HUNTER, in a speech 'our Government administered by Americans! change. -. 4 .
.called to The Liverpoo Rc| market ai Blight/!
) :
delivered Va.
their charter, books and the in Petersburg, some mpnths .
Let that
papers '
shall be invited, that has at Jast been convinced that the Know. us suppose none are Americans
oaths to the secret party I lower. .
; and the ( State Council. The organization is attemptedto : since, on the persecution of the Catholicssaid fhr>,nn whn fnmrvrtsA thA Wnnw VntMmr nartV.1. :__, 0e4._ .__ ___._._: _. _A.J.
the_ friend p- of the Constitution country Nothing- movement .now falsely. called the be maintained under the. name of Ameri. ---- :7; "--''1'D r--" .n,HU I4WD, WUU UUUUVU a L .W J

'- ;T; confer together upon \the present Americall" ,movement pledged as it is to can.Party/'which .means-.ditguue being : and.tiat.all, .(breigner: i }havejbeen _deped'the: rates.
'i the
throwq off .the ? Deprive Catholics of all.the offices, priesofciizenshiwhat politicalmeat* THE LONDON Mozror MAX T.-Aineri-
of afiiiw aud consider of the proprie- national. anarchy !) is no more nor less thana old fcdcralpa-tyin its naked them '
bar from
out to
poRtnre political fa 4*
1 'everyavenue can Stocks were dull. The boHfoa
deformity btho Know' ?
forming club for the regular public discussion majority. abolition party. The engineer distinction, deny to'them 'they'oppot nities' .ures are proposed Nothings Bank.of'England had decr l 160,000

_t ty of the.grave and imposing.quest.onsnow bids fair to be hoisted, with his own petard, ".Our .side !I" and so you "go" all this, do which.YOI1' atcor4'yithout(hesitatf9t6 Infidels I The large majority of the party livo in the free- sterling. ,Consols closed at 9If.: .

; impending. -It may ba that error has and all the efforts of the Herald to build upa you !r' You have got'sick and tired of.the :and Atheists ; and.wjien'ypu'' .done I tibil states. are American citizens, and proposeto GENERAL UVEUio jscr-The news from

: : ;.been im pre&ed..upon. .more.mind. than best fUs-we national party against the.Democracy have American party"" the old Federal partyin .it all,.when you have placed their honest''am- : abolish eliure.ry ; the minority 'live .in the,.the Crimea u unimportant h affairs i .ate quid

I .,Me generally aware of and error.i* its naked deformity"-have. t and' :bition tO enjoy_.th honors uid"emolumentsof Southern Sates American and and thevlRaaaM '.hold the
{ are citizens unchanged,
xKscusrion. It baa ended in nothing more than in the.coos full the bad'
l t under' 'of
cI ..peUed b 11 owing. by free,-full.discussion and in Virginia Al- tion .of every jsm and faction into:a. great swallow thil.rMolution of "our.tlid too, do ruthless poItic l proscHptior71yOur.P! rfme ,, u"not ayet they propose to support the Unionandswcar .same. positions they did,al- iVdjitfl of| tbe,jut

ri Carolina and Tennessee thatthTcountry.is you? -' .. finished. ; f f'' they will, aa'a'duty paramount to all others; ftdVlCGfi. "
North abolition army, pledged.. o unceasing and The English1: I *- filled with copicci
indebted for the triumph of 'Retolved, That the-National There will still ;fe.n3aihr offlcwfor'' them. and therefore paper are
remorseless fifteen party* regardless.of the abolition of '
: .war.upon overeigu St&te" 1; : details of toe:affairs thatI Y4. taken place !
emocr4t c priDe New'York hereby re-kswrt their trfberraM and'devotion Y r :
ititutional. State -Righ *, .does the Herald ; t'niy-frIead, ;ttho. swe'oe sof. Christian slavery by their allies i associate of the Sweabct
1 .eo States. And how propose to meet. to Lbs principles the National Democracy, am party thej the baoks of. .Cbf rniT; sod at .
.electionin love wilt still b nV'themidst ."
., doles ,in the_recent Bee/: resisted, for this bminoas aip ct of things t How.doe it of Op04titution.' that they adhere td, amid sustain leftf, of .fte.: s9il States- the ,abolitionist! What a. Thfl'lA'ttA 'of L1L.\i IKisna&s y61... WItI fonly -** t. -
Devil persecatijbn-
4 Errorlikethe wflj in theory 'aDd'pfacticeiie reaofaUoDteftllii Democratic your .thrbiahopAnd priest, UdI
: fortykUlediubdJooe.luuwred
f it is only those whose e.are. ewl ;.who propose to cure the'crying.evil ? Thc' plan. National Cootltio.Dl.oI1848 and J 852, u- ont&inine as In.'th e'recent pestilence in'your S g q then disgraceful and l contemptibleposition for I ** fl*t* I of the .

.. .'___r 4..WA_ ." Mther. than lieni ." \_\m.___"t1.hv'of the prolific. brain. of the deailm. the cardinal nrioc'mle* of thk MfemaM-fciia nrty ,.,tln.,. "ivnJ. ) th1'nn,thn"r', _... d .1..._.t_ Southern. !. men., s1av* hrd/font_ mholden.'io nnn..1.-! \ .A:portion_ 5 -' ',. :. .
; B0VJVO u *"* -- -- --a- --.' --- ---0 .m4 WI" F'P"- --"i"---- --- '---T"1I bUt t&e : .
be'a call of the friend oCaoundacifl ( HUt of tfieTToioa/'Tber.readQpt1&Di tritfj B irtyeood houses, bringing Succour'ami consolation II 'Sirfee T'j were.deatroyed A.ues'Aa4.1ce
: : Let there iog menst: the bead that. dangerous jour -.will, bfl1 or.fbAt.'bn. and "expftiwoe bv to .occupy the frth.r.Uack. : ,
: .
; ** to a meeting at some early day- nal. It U by-letti"g.the present movement demonstrated ibeir pnrjty and foutidoew. wd.tbft'ne.. tb'y" ; : 1 : a,and .par G6Vemment'many' national polhj Tpij.f : ..hl.'IMi'had'. ,i'ed OD,.'u-4."' .
the22& Whattninkyon ( their sisters1 Svitt 8ttlP6rave : r."I .; .
: sirday next cuuity for a strict adherence th ret.:i i ofCbarttj the ve J' I 'j .
a'l but ,
sly exi&tel'
of Wwgg .tionT A DXHOCBAT.andecond go on, so that the Presidential" election maybe rHatha'V'.OUr J 8 de./'Jp' eedt!, lerrort' of oathsome-! >and infection* 'dfceavef'f .:,'._l'\1 '..1: l'fai': "'the' \il''fIl.' : 9a'l.e&.UnTh"1J..t\ Jj .. .f 1 "1.. .

.: ( n 'the .,.throicnintp'theneto'House of Representative .- ,'. I' will still wipee death: ii'ftorhith8'iur. tftfWjfinrt t?. to 1xil'; tionjq partj '4' ,1"Pn'a" .. .: .. i' .O'
"-WE Jke'the' 'votV .1 ;' fJ fering' brOw.'* venture in "when destitute of principles an4 iiticftlv.me "... c -
the coa'r
SATUKDAT, *. .nt, great ppt tl.aivery. fn the 'Fgo1isas,1.: ', :p Dres ::t.I '
meeting on
; I>t TH have ? nd .i age of mm shrinks" 'back appalled,.and vilIpoiiit n necessary to a concert of action in the adminiitration .
antikn'ownothiffi. next 'Home Ii Ii fct patfnt .notorious; 48T.LovzaFez4aypt.4.1S55."The i also been lornf td'secar. taUb'3.
; i .
I a oerJtlo and, ,according to.theHerald': theory this ,Sqttatt r-Softregnvdf: ; { : 'Angn'iV 28; he'dytngrcaz0'-throngn'-thel{ ; mysteriousgl6bnirorthe : of the'Gorerament. .Anterior to'the a-\e Ruu .. ; K .. bid'
JBfitbg yito ppoaeato'q : VSlley-of the"-Shadow of Deathto ',1..2' ..... I' t .'
owetiog, rrtooin yote ii-to be:itthvted by }''election to the nomlnatei f t Mr.' Atcbftb ,'for:''the.,ne tPreti the, Crda*.'.i nd' 'the CrqcifledM ni 'n ff achieve.ent of American Independence, there 11,-.ouunrr_:, :1a11').,'WO. ". Z h : -

:4 'W.I o/I i aerna.gognea den j. .It denies the trtirpori of;;;)intension \ > ,- ,I '.** tv, n'f \.. '* "r41 a.,BP tjoai jopposexjt, to ireedom, .:t 1tJ,O "L 140' :. '. .' .
4 t "
: lwdj pf* j ; ow'Nothlng; I1w" .
,ntreriIle ma" ,: MQ < V. pro eo Aao.e u fflhled' d : ;6L f .
.. iil:4 'M1 c.wkJ, .t.D ._ : to annex Pjatte$ County, MUsonri, to 1Ial t ,.11 ..,,. .... 1..i\ "" 'f .," 11.. .',"-'du'lIUe.n. itoii, of re 1 U' 6. : .. .fi '
: 6 en4 .from the South, whoM.only object JnUfa 'f li. o .IWa ..8 en, IwoqtD. l govornmeot nn. b; 9&4itU p
'Z 'iilcDl: rtli County: jMjb thitjpafltap depriyedlf| f aid .Odar? it- 'f1:1 '"<''' .' r..1.. G II"'I: > t.r

thel D ,._W 'IrofHce, and who *re jott M,.&d,. to go 'Southern. illlejy;.t*eaUse it has ..become.prcj'to -a : -: ., '-; r r" -;: 'i'Y.!I I : _'" L7'tJa"rothino ,4._.EdoMl. .h! .. ._ ... .'.:; : .:
1: r .'tJ"f !, 'tl' -: gentlemen r for Seward for President M'for' toy'other' theeh'Ttezpv.iaoi abop.' that :Tbe Btttamoont ia,tbo Trtaary o(&t1. WtAa t.who : : mm'n' : -
.peechefrpni __
'\ 4inke.-.i few candjde.m.n4eed, wh'en we'tee tbe'sKnne .the next'Natjonal CoDgriu trill I! bt.th.l: tedStstP'ctibjet! to draft ..I'.1.D.OI8,618. J "
; twoni'towppo'rfctfcei Tcigh.jbf KIeg4; Jo"TM : {I. :
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'{JorUch* C0ifim n3 jl thfe lisssian for e* 1st the Pt &8 *l&Tpn$3&rjmrjap Fort ,*, miig: TJNDER3IOKH* >g aHn R- -T- ClrmoiM. 3ruK i'C<(f Columbus Oa ole 'i:
by B
\a p ron, ai>d aft.r four Koarji!: jfightiog .led Monroe*?AqcJ Another.Co.nmiUee waa ent to *j -m Az.ticrTues&tayept. $.185$$ kbnt h.Sit ovi4a.v tk4o11it'ey.for -

them- back ta -former-portion.. ITiefreochsod.Sardinians (Washington-to; $sceriaia if it caot be evacuated ACthe'OfenVral-T nnVjVtheSapwwn Coa aM A4DEILBIL 81sweLtjOmmsader,JtA the asief'.tkwTAYtORuU."io> ,- 4 'TeI

. did: -not pursue them inteiday'Fhe President-of-the Norl of th Stnte of'New Yorjfheld at the'' Cafa- Jfew OrlMs* ferihe above port*oqj UM| lO" h of Se'p t irsU sad favorably, koowa id this' ewetry..nrfi 0 1LL.

or r the rfrar. trfenferal Ptl lleiler} tat>n" th'at 1 T feX l Mipjiny' offers to 'remo'call t"l.this morning, jn fall bench; on motion of embetrt7iqg tLsU. S.Mail.. ) for the niwlvlnwiutriIufr Om.tif* M f.A".D.BrowHof
finnwMr st Ga for cleaning S s/Island Cotton, beg*tarr*to.
< rTh fLftRIDA.-Iaft.Key ,
s sa&Ip
,t &su.beuet there foTort aahington In 24 hoan with Nicholas Huhl' Thomas Francis Meag, oalbe-lOtfrSepjtaabei'fot.New-* Tboe two submit tbevtjbl% tb* folowinga 'iome of the Mark*. Florida, ,4oor&n1bt. if 4'i.'

hundred and twenty njn Russians wen all their equipments> heMravbr a >MciaJ order, admitted an .At fin*steamers will in Cutor*make regular trip*.Iaviag testimonials in his ioRseuion. in favor toT tWJ wjWn tran*, proposed bySi

. baried"and; the.Freockbad one.thou&anc HjVLATXK torney ana coijh/ellor, to p'raclice in alt*the ,New Orleans and.Key Wet o. th. 10th sod Slthofeich ," and hereby respectly Sotldtrorden for either
: men put'Adr*dv combat. -11i Sardinians lost : JTIOJI NORFOLK TUB SMALL"Pox Coo>t'of' this State.ThVCourt mouth.-'For freight.or pasaags..apjy 4 otb, tbe abort Gins, which will) 1 be prwnptlr attended to or separate foe the dhfextk4cfwvk ecb USVO0IS

tiz hundred men. General Read,pfthe Russian RAGING. by the Uon. Chief Justice.Par.. Agents. SeptfcmSer, i-v--E. Q-JIOGERS 185.: $ 'ACjB*** 17w a J'o.Tdras st,, AddreM "I Shell Point BERRIES K,CvWakull-OLIVEK* Co, FlaJ, bleach* ,item ih ; and accoSnIey the tot*l-a i nte n" doflt. Th

*rmya Russian.of Scotch pareotagowatille'dl..Upr COLUMBIA, Sept, 10th, 1855. ker, iri-g-antiog the order a ade some highly ., -- tvri September 8,.1865. '

Ddi>i officers. ZAt ibit their Tbe intelligence, from Norfojk ia'&wfnl. complimentary remarks on Mr. Meagher,and Hides' <* } / -11 ,, .-" 1 ** j f <"*"% *' -
: d1Iiioui broke 'tfie" Turkish and Sardinian stated the FtomiBA, Atrjust, 18S6// require it. Zinsty
pleasure with which the Court .
There deaths and recognized -
were forty JPraJay upto'nopn "fllTAlirCEDJn yAl4t3': for hicE tb WgbwtjJ be fQ1J and OiAt rt1AeZPPi, ;crtO!
Jines by thfe"attack,and carried dismay through on Saturday txyenty five. The fever his talents and character by this [ nurlct| frii j yjlf be"pal
"the w whole J allied ranks.) is spreading! in th"es'Jrfbanding'county. The special mark of its consideration. f< I ,Vt M' v i. 'SIvOOME u. HJilK."September a trial performance th''Mr.< new inveutH Plata Gin of of an 4jwtit of the '1jiticnt,...aptid
Mr. Brown for which Oliver '
The.state of afiairs before 'Saba is 15. J855. *' 8f isgent, express will pci4s 0.
topol bepa
small Pox haV-Vp eaYed. There were: ten -: ourselves as higliiygrati ed rlth tfie'exhiMUon( it afforded for that purpose)
cot clearly explained When the Canada the work progresses md Un per r mkj 00 rStsWfH
cases on Saturday. LIver Complaint.t3f" Notice and ire gireSt aa oor'opfniot so far'to we art fLb s
Cl Sf ,
ofjh wofaaft aeoep
left General had .'- the completion
England Simpson telegrapht M enabled to -jodgt, than&tsMiio' doM'not interfere _
Thii 'and tofteo" fatal iieate Ibss wisbes aforesaid' \ ,& t
dangerous A TEACHER* 1yera experience to work. Aa, by tbe-Agent _
Lord Panmure thus General Pelissier with the length,or strength"of tba>staIe by cutting
:- progress of the-Pever. long baffled the kill of the most eminent phynciaiM L\.cb&ituat on rntherin townor country.Refereaoeaj'Tuoa. Cu mts will to awpded nJy *W; .|I- B.hn

''aad I hare decided to open the fire from, the *- COLUMBIA;BepL llth, 1855. ben the diaoorery of Dr. M'Lune'i liver Pilla i 6l lved HATwiao, Intendant, DATHI P it any of more Mr. Ball, lisa and'othiJb.dssit lunch, M ddes the"ordinaryRollerGin gins with and MeehIik aoi theas1gntl t fl _

English and Preach r aU tesit dawn tomorrow the difBcultj, and presented to the World* th'tv Great HOouL. 1sqal1ab&asee. conisentof the I ;
The deaths in Norfolk Monday rapidity far eicWdlflg that of UM RIer Giit
40. great
(Friday) morntng, August 17tk" Gortchakoff were Specific for the eooipQcatrd malady.'wJiicU has atuia- Impediments of speech cured. Apply to and to tbe a beantifol. well cleaned,ao4 .fofeItuTOflbS1kLi' )' Sgustante. ;.- _
TheViurhber of is presents eye ?
that this bob rd- new cases decreasing. Eight ed such -widely apread celebrity. its certainty ofcore. VTM. BROWNE,Tallahassee. mwt W tpfcfc ?
now announces thin BaarkeUiblearUoJe besides there U
we uo
physicians have died. The disease has .- This euccetsfiil retteiiy waa the result of tws ev (Nrt-
1 1
and waVcjontinued appeared many September 6, 85. S7-Sw at fire in this Gin, and coo ordinary malo is .; sigiaI by rwpoownedtobe
duly'cdmmenced ger
"ment was amp
iu Suffolk and the years atody, in vhhh the symptoms were narrowly M by the'DUtrtct Attorn.yoeDtt
people are fleeing.
up to the 20th ult, who ijbe besieged replying observad,and are thus described by the Doctor himself Notice. ly soffldeor to keep it in operation. Judge for nid Dntnet.)Io UM wm tH $1)&OOr ft**til*

the allied fire.hadcommen.fredtp :- "' .... Signedrby: R.B. Haugbtoq. Joha P.Scott,Thomas viUwlMdjfeJJofaBitf l* $55J -
vigorously Wdder .prop..
FKOST WASHINGTON. T3ERSONS ha'ciog'demande or claims against the Sanders, A.H. Jobneon, Joho N. Calboun.John WU- )
tlacken. .However," General Pellis- ** $!/mPlff'f ff Eutcatfl Liver.-Paio in the rgb? { JL eSUte otJames McOill,deceased,laje of Oadsden ford, Charles D. McCoy, Isaac Wheeler. '-4 taterii ai Ot2tTc&ftodboqd., Wth po.r and
WASHINGTON side, anti sometiines'b e left, under the of the fof Its fiulnftil pefWn*lKj &
state's Monday Sept.3, 1855. edge County are hereby notified present iKeto properly -ufficienl Mfuritir* : .
at -
ricr: alaterDenodinJheParis"Jlfontleur ribs-the able to lie the left W 14.Pri'i..qaa
mistake \ meeting of the Cabinet held paLent.eing rarely on ; authenticated, to the undersigned administrator within The following is an extract from the late Circular of PUn Spificatlmwa'and '
that Simpson's despatch a was to-day, '
pain sometimes under the shoulder blade, emnined eod-ifte thsUh 1
frequent the time law this notice will be oo
required by or plead W. S. Lawton, A Co., Sea Island and ShOt Cotton
llhat no bombardment had been undertaken, nthJih all the members were present. A extending to tha* top of, the shoulder-often mistaken in bar of their recovery ; and all those indebted are Factors. Sooth.Atlantic WtwC'Charleston, S. I). to 1885,and other tnlbir ti o.:.'btineJq. .ppila -

and thst'the fire from the guns was imreh gi'eat deal of business, which had accumulated fur rheumatism in ttie arm; sickness of stomach, and requested to make pnyment immediately1 their Patrons., After giving to Sea -Island Planters t&ith.Dertaip; *. cyst tU .Qff>*>l thtfii Colt
the absence of the President loss of appetite; bowles mostly co tive,but sometimes stMark.r t t-t .-
T. B. HUDNALL. Administrator. '
carried en to cover the works of approach t< during was con Home wholesome"advice about ptckinp their 'Cotton: a1.
alternate with lax dull genaaLion iu back IttOLhkDepXtZflOY
the is
; heavy Tie Vropo mnt>4
sidered September 15, 1855. 87-8 nod enumerating of the difficulties hereto
jhe MilaioflC to\ver. The defences of the U'idegers part of the head; lose of memory, with uneasiness of many drried l to the Secretary of *h. Trmwy f( ti.4

and those of the anison ne.irJy touclid Almote til Mexican Minister, does not ex- luviiMj neglected somethinfV sometimes dry cuagh ; fore attendant close their on circular the cleaning of Sea Island Cotton .. Proposals for the St. M rka Mjuio* ,H .pttl.") Sol
;.but we' muit *til] wait for the report of j p-ct to l ise recalled by Carrora, (heProvistoni we.irioeaa and debility; nervous irritability; foot coir) they"Now, to all by the saying difficulties: la will Lie. op. .d:at.1 o'ctuck, Pji,on tiwUrtdmt nc4"
> or burning, and prickly sensation of skiu low spirits, to JaiJ! (o Monticello,Jefferson County, prevent getting out ed for ci the latne. in tt. cf UM bklif
tbe aMaalt It was allowed by all partii-t : Prtv-i .ent of Mexico, as be is a personal ; BROUGHT this article there has been recently invented a Gin r 'iog pfaMtM
lassitude, with disinclination, toexeicme although sat- the 20th of August, a man ders chuc to-attend.
negro ant e -
the "allied should in ictid of his. which takes the
that event not only seed nom Cotton but
army any named pie
infied it would' be beneficial. Iu Let,patient distrusts LEWIS dark complzipn, file feet one inch JAMES OUTflRIE.
peud the winter m the Crimea. Vt R ecting of the Washington bar this every remedy/' high, and says that Jhe belongs to Lafayette free it from motes, trash and dirt, all at the same 8ecr ury uf tb Tretnrj.

m >rr>i g to tWtiU respect for the Info JodgeCiancn Have you any or all of these symptoms! If so, Cottle Madison County, Flanear Snwannee River. time been,sent without to the.injury Factories to tit which stap(are& The cotton Sea has September'1.1B8S.- .. '_. U ..

One week Later from Europe. it vv-S resolved to erect a monument you will find a certain remedy iu Dr. M'Lane'a Pills.I The owner is requested to come forward, prove property Island Cotton, and they it working bsIerJoaheir up I
TPurcliaaors will be careful to ask for DB. M'- pay"charges and take him or hVwm be pronounce Notice
m.aov & have been dealt with work than Cotton from, any oMe,.Sea Wand QMI. t
the law directs. -
LAN CELLBHATED LIvxal1Li.s, and take else, as
NEW YORE, Sept 11. eornrnrrwtd/ for that purpose.Tiis none JOEL These Gins are made by demons, Brop it Co, of IDT sbaeooB froea'ti*S '
There are other Pills,-purporting to be Liver Pills, WALKER. DURING
Columbus tttJtEIactboIzc
The etoamship Africa arrived to-day at Halifax 1 resident has u..iJcr consideration the now before the public. Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills.also Sheriff of Jefferson County. ,Ga. SU wj del/_
The of
these Gins delivered
price at : ,
: bringing advices to the 1st inst Cotton r-port of i tt-e Xivy leU-ing Boasd. It will his Celebrated Vermifuge, can now be bad at all respe'table September 15, I85. 37tfTALLAHASSE'E Point in Florida will be M follows: any Shipping ,4 -

'iaTeported stifforr but prices are the same as be published at in e.ulj day. Drug Stores in the United States and' Cana For a 40 Plate size wa-ranted to clean 400 Iba. of Aunstl85. -

.at the departure of the previous steamer. The Mr. Hammond, late Collector of the Port da. 42 lint per day, $130. -_ '
3? For sale at all the Drug Stores iu Tallahassee, Tar C'o11ebaSb.:
:L"L; ]. City
ix3..1yIHE Fore !
market closed firm with sales of the week of San trancisco. has been removed bv thr 601 Pateaize.-weirantd to clean 600 Ibs.of : I
acd iu Town the South.
one Agencv every in EXERCISES in. this, will be Hat $ tutbontVrea lit.bat.th-
President luatitution resumed per day ,,160.For rirtn of the
bales. Breadstnffs dull 'with the Hon. M. Latham of the
5,100 are and September 15, 1855. 372wOBITUARY. on Monday, the first day of October,under a 60 Plate size, warranted to clean 600 Ibs. of B day levied npoo and zte sl.pnti, ((4i

out change in prices.- Corn has declined a it-t Congress appointed j in his pl.ice. B. S. the charge and superintendence of WILLIAM Y. lint'per" day, f 190 '. fint Monday in.Qetoqer nJX.f|, flotprtTioejtrnttled.b .- i

:shilling, 'Lowne's Circular! reports a tlight Cottrel 1 has received the appointment of Com PEYTON,A. M a* Principal; -This gentleman has For a 70 Plate *ije. warranted tc oleai 'tX"lbe.of forr the Court "2uM door b("> CUf ] &baaee.

"advance.Provisions continue! unchaugd..Jooolrequoted.t9lY .- mercial Agent at Nicaragua", vice Fabens. been recently elected to the place of Principal by the liutper'day, $22O. P f,.. within legal boors, tbe foUowiaa-deait d-.1broft '
DIED the residence of her Mother R
: at Mary Citr>Council, and baa given references as to character For a &0, largest size, warranted to clean 800 Ibs. of for Turn due the city of .TalLh urn,(orth.. year
: Sloan, iu Monticello. Fla., on the 5th day of Septeir. and competency to genllejnen of the highest character lint per dey, f250. 1856to-wit: S ;: ;*" -, '

There.is no'news importance from the FROM WASHINGTON. ber, 1855, Miss JOSEPHINE C. SLOAN, in the 20lh iu the country, from whom the most flattering testimonials Lou No.81 and 81 In tEe otigintl PlabispIrg

I Seat .ol War. The*details of the battle of WASHINGTON, Tuesday Sept. 1855. of her The deceased haviirj betn reared havelwen received. JUNIUS has been To Rent. to Hardy Brjtn. ,
Tohernaya show a decided! victory on the The funeral year elected Teacher of Classics and Modern Languages b LARGE and commodious dwelling with fire Oii huh u| lot No. S&O b. tie orlgbtl &>&* -

, partof ih.e..Allies. .Another'Russian attack Judge Cranch took place to up by a Godly mother, who instilled religious ecoti. the Semiuary, and I D. B, CLAYTON, Esq, EnglUbTeaohen A good r x>ms, Pantry.Kitcbeo, and o.t houses; attached longing to the estate of J. Oerurdin.. ,, # '

. day. The membeis of the Bar, Municipal merits into the young and tender heart of her offspring, is a large garden contaioiug about three acre Not a No.2 aod S> to th.uthweat ddltlOTtod'N"

; vaa expected near th$ Cemetery. Omar Pasha nuthoritie. President Pierce, and the Attorley bearing the subject of gospel grace in September of Tfie scholastic year has been divi Jed into two sessions of land. Situated on a high and healthy localitv. 67 in the South o| the County dsrter. for jtfX* du*

JiW taken commandbf- army in Asia. General xvere .present. The services 1854, and joined the Baptist Church of which she remained of five months each; the first session commencing For particulars npply to, P. ItBfloKAW. thereon for the years 1855-4-6; beloDgki'' to W.and

L formed oir the first Monday of October and ending on the September 8, 1855. 80 O.J.Bartlttt. .
were by the Rev. W. H. Furritss
. : The -Maine Election of Philadel pet a memlwr until called upon to join the church last day of February; the second eesnion Commencing JOHN "WILSON. City TsxC.fltotcr.

hia. above all the while conducted the first of March, aud the $&-4tJefierson
triumphant ; having on day ending ou 31st day University of Louisiana. September 1, 1855.
56 towns in Maine Morrell Ropubli- _
give The Norfolk Comjiitteo waited the of vacation months being August and
on herself as a consistent Christian, aid following the July- September MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. -. '
ean candidate for Governor,2,000 majority. President to endeavor Male And Female
to obtain Fort Momoe .
meek and lamb of God. This flower
lowly morning ANNUAL: COURSE 'OF LECTURES iu
The instruction b this Institution wilt be thorough,
for the ciii THE
as a refuge : ns now remaini in ;
POBTSMOUTHNORFOLK. g which faded so soon, spake often during her sickness the teachers employed being deemed fully Department will commence on MONDAY. -
Tas Yzu.owfivr.K vs AND competent
.. Norfolk. They were'courteousy! 'received which was quite protracted,of the solemnities of death to the discharge of their duties, and capable of impart- November 19th, 1866,aud 701 terminate in the en- Locattd it: Santitcilo! Icfcr Cai.jty PJarldz.a .

and the Cabinet is in session.to-night to consider and leaving the world, and how she loved the Saviour. ing to their pupils "accurate fcnoIedb of all the sning March.1' tJames'Jones T .icrc id tbe aboveIcstitot* ifl l* ,,

BALTIXOBE, Monday Sept. 3, 1855.I. the subject The'Committee anticipate brauches'taugbt in High Schools and Colleges. e. M. D, Professor of Practice of Medicine JL turned OQ the first Jlooda j<;iifcOotob ,

I. We have from Norfolk via Petersburg a favorable answer to.mortow.All For several days before she was summoned away Tuition in the Classics and the higher branches of J. L. Rtddell, M. D, Professor cf Chemistry. dir the npermtodcnee'of D.MCSiSU. A.1L, Macipalof -

. intelligence from earth' troublesome scene, she seemed to have an English education. $15 per session. In the wra- Warren Stone M. D.,-Professor of Surgery.A. the Hale. Aad Hn.R. Fargnaon, FriDclpalof

' : up to Sunday noon. The mortality the Ward committees appointed by Ve gotten the victory entirely over death and often raid mom branches of an English educatK n $6 per session H. Cecas, kD, ProfesaOr Obstetrics. the Female Peportmeot. .* -; ;

. T from the fever was terrible. On Saturday members of the Merc:innt's Exchange to colect she feared it not, and ofteu manifested her entire payable in advance. A. J. Wedderburn Ii!. Dj Professor Anatomy.Gnstavus Tb. Trustees have secured(the lerrfce*'tjtlr,fr or
": there were forty deaths. money for the suflVrers from fever have Mr. PEITOX baa referred to the following named A. Nott. M. D.,Professor of Slatena Medica. J. W.*Gro8ch I aa teacher of music,for term of JMM.

At Portsmouth from sanset Saturday until not; yet teported, although 81,323 were paid confidence iu the merits of Jes a Christ, her Saviour. gentlemen'from whom letters hare been received'of Thomas Hunt, M.-Professor of Physiology and Pa- and with the distinguished Corp*of Teacbcxt,t >J tfer _

the highest commendatory character, viz: Hon.Hen thologv. ctd fforf l 5"lityiir.At"iprocqjE .
on mj vever
the deaths said be in to-night. This added fo contributions
daylight Sunday, were to ry A. Wise. Governor elect of Virginia; Rt. Rev.J. oSfroSgi. M.B education, which f wa inatitutiorcan oflVfl' With.. t
p 'fifteen, but this is probably an exaggera makes almost $5,000 for that purFHOM (> CANDIDATES ... Johns, President of William and Mary College, Va.*, ; : [ DemoostratorsQf4natorny. large,comfojiabl and cotunodloin' brick ediit-

pce. -. Leroy M. Lee, I).D.,Editor of the Richmond Christian The rooms for Dissecting will be open on the tTJrd ted up for the purpose,wth| philo pphio l apparattu, _
tion.An order his been sent to New Oilcans y We are authorized to announce DAVID Advocate; D. S. Doggett, D. D. Editor of the Quarterly Monday in October. and everything appertaining to the uMfhl M *.Q as
.. for twenty more nurses.AtNorfo'Lk the ensuing election in October next. Saunders,late Prt-cidentof William and Miry College; of I be Charity Hospital and attend this institution great practical experience ip the sit-teaduag sods

eli doctors tick with the fever, WASHINGTON, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1855. '_ Hun. R. C. L. Moncure President of the Supreme from November to April Professor of music,esctUed by ooo ,together with ttw ;
We authorized aunouncod HALEY T
including F den and Gingenfeus--f Philadelpifa. t_ are to Court of Virginia; Governor William Smith of Va; The Student accompany the Professors in their visits preverbial health. obrkty, tod moiality of the vWage.
4 Senor De YorBarri Minister from Guata- LOCKE candidate for reelection to the office
as a
I The Ker. Joseph Ashwacdeni'a the Editors of the Richmond Enquirer ami Richmond a-jd free of expose, enjoy extraordinary practical make it a very desirabi. place of edacatkiD, both for
of Sheriff of Leon at the election in October next.ty "
. Catholic Priest mala and Salvador, was officially received County Examiner, and Ilev. Joser/hus Aadcreon. Tallahassee ad vantages. Male and Female Scholars. .-, 4
.nian from Georgetown, is alf by the President yesterday.In Florida. THOMAS HAY WARD.Jnfrniant There are dazing he uth; abo=t eight badred Board can be obtained. D reasonable term*,with ti*
*o tick with the f. vet; bister! Mary Ann i isj to the Norfolk Committee the Wo are authorized tn announce D. W.GWVNNas and Prei. of Board of Tuition. persona prescribed for daily. *"" ''* r prmdpaJ cf the Female Depirtmsat,sod alao in j'ri-

likewise very ill with it' response a e.'tolidate fur re-elc-ction to the ofSce,Judge of Septercbei 15, 1855. 87 In 1864 the number of patients was thirteen tiu- ;.- J
President after consultation with his Cabinet, I'robate of Leou County at tha election ic Cctuber sand one hundred and ninety.two. '* By order of the-Board. :

- FZAZTrL RAVAGES YELLOW FEVER has cvised an order to be issued to the commandant next. --I -*- Oglethorpe Medical College THOMAS HUNT, M. D. Desn. D.,WILUAM3.flecreltry.Aogrot .

OF AT of ths Gosport Navy Yard giving t' The Administrators of tbe Charity .Hospital -BcaibfTrateti.
XXOXE elect annually, in April fourteen Resident Students, 25 18M. Ur4t
- him the discretion to close the yard and advance announce him aa a candidate for SLeriffuf Leon County rpIIE SESSION OF LECTURES in the above In- who are maintained by the institution.

BALTIMORE, Tuesday, Sept. 4. 1855. a month's pay to al! ihe employees who at the election in October next stituti-Mi will commence on the first day of November September, 1865. 38 iabereb/giren that application witth

By the beat frcm Norfolk we have the may wish to leaxe. An order has also been and terminate on the first of March. NOTICE to the Legislature ofFk>nd*;at hi leeaichiu

. dost awful 'account of the ravages of the issued to the commandants of other yards to WE are authorized to announce THOMAS The CliuSque. at the College building will be 8. .5.AUCTIO1EER' TIGHT .November next, for alterations ap<4 SQModmetsU to

yellow fever in that city yet received. A. H. II ALE aa a candidate for Tax AMesaor and Collector opened to patients on the 20th of October,and be continued tbe barter of tbeJaUahaaaee B ad Cotuperf.. -

- .letter from Dr. >;orris that there were employ such refugees as may desire it. of Leon County at the enduing election in Octotober throughout the session. & COMMISSiONWRCHANT.FJWJHIDA: Alto that Ilk* application will be made toralten- 1
says The President decided that he could not The Faculty is constituted as follows: V r tiona.in.the,charter stt1ie-IEcaaet4a'tad Oeorgia Hafl
I ?ALLAflAs52 ,
no low"than 64 deaths in Norfolk on Mon grant the request to give up Fort .Monroe as next.Ma. H. L. BYRD" M.D, (late of Savannah Medical College ,* --- 06 ; Rsd Company, ponaaatt9 the limet notice of iMl T
Please B. TURNER Septemberl,1865.
,_ y. a refuge for ihe citizens of Norfolk and Ports EDIT": announce A. ,) Professor of the Principle .aad Practice -of JI. S. 44
and Collector -
Assessor --
The Herald gives the names of 35 aa a CandidateJor Physic. August 1865.Administrator's. I.
persons mouth of the time _
on to ,
requested :
re for Leon Countjr'at the Election in October next Fresh.Arrival of Groceries
who died on Sunday and that 50 bodies }. LEROY ANTONY, M.D., (of WaynesboronghOiu
; says the arid other from Notice.A
residents the MANY .
buried that move troops ) Frwfetsor of Obstetrics and disease of Women FROk NB.W QRLKANS. PER"WM. R..PETTIS .
were on 'day.
t the post'and op account of' their being no and Children. Sides LL>p.raonboidiDgeIakas>*gainsjt<:.th rttat of
: and'Shoulders
Fifty coffins were sent down from here on suitable place for their reception. t WE are authorized to announce COUNCIL WESLEY C. NORWOOD, M. D, (of Cokesbury, 36 Casks-* Clear Sides ... < t1Dsnu.I-.Buie dcteaae IbIia4IdeuOQnty. 4 _
Circuit 6 i-t.
candidate for Clerk of tbe
Saturday, and orders have 'been received for The Cabinet, by the President, paid the A Court BRYAN for Ibe-Cvunty a5 a of Leon, at the election in Octo S.:C..) Professor of Materia Medics and. ..Medical' Junapijideoce. 2 'Plairl llama, are hereby reqn> imndred time cnbed law
-one aotbentieated within the rjr ,by
more. Committee $325 contribution for the '* :-- i 6 Terees! >Spgar Cored Family Rains ed-duly
: The boat brought up ajarge number oft as a her next 'JAMES a MOREL, M. D. (of Savannah' ,Qa,) 2 Hbds. Choic Brown Sugar, .i. or this notice will be plead in bar of their recottfj.and*
relief of the sufferers.Bemovalofthe. '
. Pfttftrfsni'' of Anatomy. all .bns1ideUd wil) pJeaj* tfti. as
I' -
Prim < _
who the FELLOW. Crruma discharged 2 *
people ar ;tiyieg from '1-- :Having faitgfulljr
Abbeville. S. C Pro-
JOHN DAVIS M. D,(of ,) the
some of whom took refuge in the rotunda oltbe the duties of tbe'Qfiiae. of Tax CollwsAor to which your 4 'Bbls.Crushed '
: Norfolk Sufferers kindneea elected in*Jo"October 1J85S, aa shown by fewor of Pbvsiolngr- r '76 Plants"" New Ektra Family Floor, -
Exchange until .. WILLIA'M.T.-FEAY, M D of Ssmnnaq, Ga.) V4.IS: .
; they can procure lodg.ing& By receipts from the Treaaurer'a office, I repecLfullj ( 0 'Uoion"Baksr 1-" '-f v: -> 4 .
-. WASHINGTON, Sept. 8th. offer myself before you as a candidate br.recleeticoin Proftwwrof CfiWwtry and Piar moq.L AV ".; 76 'S Soperfioe' > K i 4 September U1855.SIA .. .* 4. '

A Committee citizens Norfolk, headed Surgeon General Lawsorl !leaves'to-ijiorrow October next"" i r c L0.DEMILLY. CHARLES NIJJkJp,jof( $snnsliGa.) 20 Mess Pork, t t .. '
for Fort AJonrve. to the of ,__, c.ofb icipTe and. Practice of .' .- JWTOCO.
by Dr. John to ask the President fonperrnis- report OH subject T Pntftaay pro ? 20 Priow -. -,- ,
.: tinvtcuation "of'he fpr l>y the .troops for To Vi Votert of Leon County: 5org ry> L' i A ijonto remove the remainder of.the inhabitacts R, J N1NNM.D., (of ISLAND c7Tzc i
Demonstrator Anatomy '
the iuryte of admitting the yellow feverrvfuges At the request of many friends, WM. of their city to Fort Monroe.At [ SaVannah) No. -Whf -
fr' Nor.'olk and Portsmouth. S8 wffera himself a candidate for Judge of Probate 40 Whiskey, a J3 Southern : -
m for the entire Coarse of.Lectures810
Portsmouth the fever-is1- abating, the itthe earning election in October next, and;will be The tees will be-$105 MaLrfcnlatfon 10 ''Boxes best StJulien Claret,. -
Demonstrator's fee Graduation $30- ,
thankful for the of his friends and fellow-citi ; ; t Lemons, .
deaths Averaging about ten a day. support '- '
's :M: Lwo
t NEW JEP.PEY KNOW NOTHING STATE CONTKRNTON ?5.ArrapKetcents 5 Star Candles, ,
generally. 1AcuatI1I8&
.; have been made by which students ,- Joel1! T. DILL, W13aoa'Iaw-roN,J4n .
The Yellow ?ever la Virginia. VNTION.l can be aoodmrnodated vith good board at from |3i to -ALSO' .- > >-82Qutncy .t-" M.

BALTXXOBJB : 5 1855.I N. J.iTedn sdaySept. 5, 1855. LEMUEt&&- 3VE are authorized" arid requested*' knnouncp i per-week. ," '- .- 100 pstndiaBagglg. -
Wednesday Sept. JONES
; Tije M.ite Know Nothing Convention met aaa candidate for Tax Asseswr For further information address JOG (.uilaNo.l.fiope, Male and Female Acar, emy.rpBETnezt i

At Norfolk during the twenty-four hours and Collector of Leon Couutj at the election in October ; ILL.BYRD.M.D, Dean. 200.Ibs. Bagging Twine, sewlcn will beghvoo CM tot Ak 3aj jnX

. en&ngaUnooD.on Tuesday, there were sixty here to-day. Severity-five delegates were next SepteMber 15. I85. 37 For sale by BERRY 4 ROWLES.. September next Board-tnctadinf,.wa hirg may '
deaths and cases than ureserifc Tb'-V d- Sited t e slavery platform September 1. 1855. 85 : be obtained in the (family-of the Principal for, s\ limited
more new on : _
any ;w WE are authorized to announce WILLIAM -
I f of t e la t Sute jvenriunnith! nterncon ; oumbe ofgtufboth. tea4l$10perniotith.
previous day. Deaths were occurring in such II. NF.WSOM, as a candidate for Tax Assessor and Wanted and 1d
Fuel fl moathv
and r. lesnlatiorTrxplanUory lights per .Por-1urtpsrtieu-
finally passed
Auctioneers and
t rapid succession that coffins ccmld not be of their sen'i'nents! in which they'd' elate the CuIIector-i* -* -'at- tba** .-.:election 1* 1 in October--! .next.- WHITE MAN capable U>f running an upright- lars reapeciiag rate of.tuition,, rtgulationa, ir, Ac..
in instances. A letter MERCHANTS.TAr.iABAasrx.FCSept A jiriatedcatalogue, which be.obtained by.
procured private see
many all Steam SawMilL For good hsWd,1 libtrtf va- may _
the Mia-touri
of Compromise wrong T the Voters ,
: says thai there is much suffering for want of repeal | 8, 1955. .L 8 .* ges'will.bpaid.S< Apply fo SILLS, Miacjsokie, U> yf B,STi,WART, P/iaeipaL ''I U
and that it ought to be restored.THE" FELLOW-GmzxNS-.--I herewith aooounce myself a i -<-- August II. 1855. > iJ2.. .
food not to be had by LesConntyFis. t- -
I -provisions were, even
candidate fur the office of Tax Assessor and! Collector Wanted to Purchase -- -
1. 1865. 3$ !
! those having the means to purchase.: Bread WHEELER SLAVE CASE. at the eiraulng October election and respectfully solicit 12 Jto 15 of .. Savannah Medical College.
OtIR9ie1.Negro boysfrom years _
and trackersJ were more particularly wanted suffrages. With Respect, F
your -5. KIGHT.Septe .' Notice to Contractors. Third Couue o4U11II!*
PHILADELPHIA, Monday Sept. 8, 1855. WM. W. MOORE. age- Apply to npHE Iwtitatipa.
: ribet 8 1855. 'SO I win coacmeucfl oa tie first )lot4sy iavember
arrested in OFFICE or STATI Exoucrta, BCISA VISTA,
The jury in the'case of the men a ._ 'J '
from Norfolk via Richmond next. ; t 11
, Intelligence ,
O&.toz MILL p.t Ol, Sr Jofeits ltyrFL -
is as usual more highly colored than the accounts the n atterxf the allfged rescue of %li. Wheel- 55f I herewith announce myself a.s a candidate Havana Pla 'Lottery A'2Otit185S TLe Clinical"lecture in Medicine and Surgery, kt
for Clerk of the Court at the ensuing October election
er's slaves returned Wer verdict this morning.It the Saraooah Hospital aod the Cole Cliniqoe will
received direct.By:boat. and request your suffrages. Yours Respectfully, JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY EALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
f t1idel'endans' "'not on"tho commeuceon: the 13th of October and continue during.
Fish of Portsmouth ia dead. declares all guilty" TUOMAS F. WILLIAMS. 20th- of 1866,for ,
Mayor reported ,.. Office until:the day August, constructing theoonria "
The Re*. tVWilli's, "Methodist Minister cf first couttt hargeing them with assault and LOTTERY/ a Canal, with its neCttaary, ajipe&dages.irueibAs v ? v i

. Norfolk Is ilsbrj> rted dead. Commodore battery, the verdict is not guilty,'"In respect t.1. WE are authorized to announce SAMUEL ..* *J > tift iLoeks, Onard. Locks,- Basins, ift,-fiom FACULTTiTheory .
; f AUTUORITV OF T IS STATJT 0XOKOIA.J and Practice tf Mtdiaice,-R. D. AUOLO .
) Ballard and Custis who are W. WILSON as a candidate for Clerk of the Circuit [or 14-Haro.ycci.lheBt.JobnsW ladian River,a distance *
) Page has the fever. to all except Court of Le'n County, at the election October next. MACON, OEOROIA.; of thirteen milosy 8410 feet ; authorized by the M.D. A. ; .. .

The'scarcity ol coffins was so great that pronouced guilty. 24th, 1855 Geoeral AssMnblyQ-of the State of' Florida, at its sessiort 1 Obstetrtca and Disease* of Womep',-aad" Children'
be Drawn September -.
bodies wersrbaried without them.Rtcfiard .- < of 1854-6.by An:Act entitled-An Act toproride PM.Kox.wcx.M.D,,, ft \ \
1 -- Steam Mill for Sale. 3iQOO Priocipleaaud eSurgerZ1;ButLoc.a.
Gatewood, correspondent of the Later from-California for ancVtnc urage a Liberal! Syst4pis4InternalJm.frovemestis ; ] '*
t 'XTILL be sold before the Court House ,door in.iY&ftbr5Agiea -- in this State-i > M.D. t>- -*:,* t ). i : '
cutedPrft8 and B. itt
junior editor of The 8th. CLASS
Nw YORK Sept. -- -
* < Tuesday the wcondday f October .Proposals-will specify the-amount for which thework Medical Cemist-4'WuLD.,

$ ill. : The steamship Northern Light has arrived next, within the usual hours ofsale, a Steam Circular WILL be distributed according1 to the ,f.oJlowiag wiU.be done, the .mode ad .ttaoner io, which .tfttibthN.d.! D.

A large supply of provisions and other with California advices to the 18th ult" TraHe Saw and f.histilL together with mill seat sod and unprecedented Scheme,in public] ,,at. -pjments fe to.Wtoadfi,whether injands or,mooejs.or AitQmy-'F. GJiIOWADP M.D., ..' ; t I IrIII.lAr1ledica

.necessaries was sent dovrn by the Baltimore dulL tw* ofpine Umber until May next, 185&* >All sold aa Concert BalLJpaeoDt indtr Aa the aworn super.. porticos of ericb.* Jdaps, es.thnateaesn ; *adedieaI-Jp.n.-J. B. I IM
-I Relief Committee this evening. was had declmed. Mining'good.Wheat Lbe'prop;ty of Tboe.:L. au-aease4. Terms made intendenceoce of ColOwrge SL Logan' and Jas. A be seen stUds office,,aoaany iUrItiVaObtI1ne4by D.&J .
| crop two million ofbughels. of male. !; ITW, M.D.
\ '
2 known on the day ti 1it4c. 1 # iddressiigths nodenigned sAitQraaju MiUJ, >**.O .
Tbe Baltimore Relief Fond is now nearly : An Indian war is raging.on the Nothernfrontier r JOSEPH HALL, Administrator. .TJw: Mauag'er announces bis detertnioatioti make !oet.JbIIn'aRIserPJOri'(1'tpO II il sis :

; '- .13o-tL-c.: t pf California and Soatlisrn Oregon.Twentyfive 8eptember164S65' 5, Ww, ''this tire most poputar Lo'ttirt' Jo'tb world,and Cal i beecerfed sWi coastrttttii ogReBdovstb..

? At Pdrtsmottlhdaringihe! twenty-four honrs Americans and fifty Indians had V :t. Iengesc'nipa711OMaS' to the chanitr to drav Pmei lame ground. F. L. DANQY, ,, 14 -
" the number of WantedAL ghzia cherLoteryp.; e m., / i -_ ,<_ Btate Engineer;State of FJoi-jda., Practical Anatomy, prtt *had1at $4 to
riding at .noon yesterday, been killed At Sacramento. ( e.ebdraiWou
Prize M drawn pewek r dRIitie
S eery 81 18M.
"'dcilbi4rit-nin< y.>odosjnew: & s .ttden., A party jcfMexicaj( >oibeTJiJad| | attackedthe js,,,,,w r.sTeacherh one o'te( BoAthero full without anj deh3etlor H 'August. % 1 Stk 4'3fJ'W -I
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p -
. ;tL: .States, by a yowng-lady wbo baa had twojrears -
killed Foraale. T
setilertJand and ImOIA1thON
> ; : "ehjbi own one 'and pan bring tbe Deaf testimonials.IViMesMa -- Zit N>.-,

,' BAi ntas* Tborsdiiy, S pt 0, Woman' The rebl>ers were inedthree axperien a J"wroiifb( TfingWOh edaraUon wfQi tke JrijrherMtbematics V cApmii.r -'500: SACKSSALTrflnfifitratennJerbT.. ., ;t I
- .. .Thi Norfolk-boat brrDrs% fl>tn n killed &ncl nIhJ bufr-; and the Latin, French; Spanfsh'andrOcii- r 1 .J*, -,_ ___"J> -s ., ._T\ ., ','m, -x t t 'i wM.li r2S.&tK1IQHT.; : & WHITAKEB
:- ; ; is also to iratrtctloti 1 Prt 8 uwJ rnz "o .,. awwi eptethbr 1, 185E 85v :ii : -
s2td&atI'orLiwti1 l obdsihd'Jatd!; partner of, Adamt.&t Co., man Languages t qualified gire >f.- :
j f / oooU'2 7' flood r2o9o: Li-- 4' -, I
the -
the had/abacoodea/ ; Australia 'tiklng 100000 Drawing; ,Paintintf/Or8yonin iTdDocIiroioaticir' ; w u JOtf > !tEfnI toA QJ Mer-
$b,4ik2't&'during: tweutj.foar to f ,- and Wax Fruit'and Floweri. F> furt'' 6 ; $ Q&2.5oQtO OOOtnwV > 1tUr. .$' < 1 Notice.>knJtai ti i : -
T x>n"y aterd Neither ofthe assets. ** : L '- ,flftn> M "-* -" -50 8MO "lr>- t>t." **il ft <*y> *' -. hita
S -
4 r. addreas immediately. D. M. HENRY Fort Edward 20 PtiesOO,5tgizes bougb yoill*pWM ofJEt, r.Bnd.ln I I

arba T. Mr. WUKt *were ; J'A'coiplo of cold dual-counterfeiters: : hare Institute[ New York. 20 HAHR70. ,fiojune 'Pe e "fll aJ W'air it a rtWTPQza.-L4; c I e

-t ; bf'The Petersburg confessed they were in the -employ of'Ad.Ams&CV September 16,185L' J1 **- 87r w inounting to 3l QO. o' -10,000umters V

botbjNrere r rc > i l.r-- ; drawlnk.aid' Corobsvffa r e stfriJz J* l"Ht>a OPOtb lSaooe of tie'patrooigB __ j- .
impropnblisbed ?- ; 4edIZCU4in. Orders it t
CautioI57 >
frgi fjtf /
when liberally. ed t&t
'Ja bewtofort so A ar
4 ; tt-Nortolk rit orders. Reg4t1 .
L' -
_. -
-.g--i- 1 f% 3J. ,- \* re" Americain LLfcfl 6aS'Srt) to8bbed against trading for s :rictIy ;iu: ; t'-Lr IWeniflo I
oftie firm tt (tortraf .
4 eFowodut
bin to'Robe p.s they
jfJL rUin rimi yAnrt&'gCr n ; )
c J ,
J'tCffI "
::114 4hthstits ddaudiMiRbHetPre3dtnt The ; ; dui1I 'America. A Tjf. FJournoy. ooor* outlhrf'tn"T>f JaBnary last, for Ldd n b, rebu.L .say 1

bi1liw foflg1tQth t4Bth* Jbinfvfeeo the 'twan: fire dollars.,antf'Queen the lit of Jaouary,. cketat5 -JA1WITE&. caD hwy OL'G34-. : I-
of 'forces. .WeliahI atitm fowb1cIpot A wa g4r $ Covtia 7PlrThu
ytd GoverpmVntiiiroopiJno'' Dwbocratio I aeov, th6t 18 ,
, AIW anc}I M* d.teebt: (lijr ei'
'adg 1rp' has entirely tilcIu.
urecniitfrg in ( "tc
rl* ; l"t .
T ag mf ,42 b'rI
.1 ,j ooUi WM held i ith1s'city tiy&boi2t 5O tSan Jaab.J'J f;r'1- ; said note unless compelled bj.lsjr >8-w Vf gBLL]>-: 47AV( :s.zI.u.-T-- ,bs'i' ft 1 k tI ,; .
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.D' J'a tI : t . ., rpfl :Sutemoere woold 'reapedJ. THfcERTV OEOSGlAjtlre .' .
-: SIX MONTHS after date. the ondmigtied admin ; : & fuHy'anooanc" tcJ.tb eitians of : 'aj latfe yerf' of lib hatitott*,'by r '-fo., rmH3r -

TALLAHASSEE.. FLORIDA of the estate of H. B. Bradford deeeaed Tallabaatee, JTlorids. and tbe adoofitiea TBE 'solliJOtt 1fI1'i1t7 u 1wiay WI'bemtmrn obtI. 'Itit'Kin*
4a.hAi&t." and- Retail Dealer' In'. ,.late of; Lepe County, will exhibit hit final account PROFESSOR WOOD offers for sale -pd the ., of Oeorria. that they bate opened a JDto.1'Uae.J1nt Ttooor Jofaita;aod aD titd _
It will ia abort tiae' restore
.Wben-t.b6tplidrar" .
and Tooehen to-the of tfrobate Loon "
1 Judge WATcS Monroe Strnt, I
AND MEDICINESJUST &J"Ie hair which baa become gAjr permanently to lUorigmalcolorbringstt AND bop on a.&pkwber-Dd.cicslD(C .OXtIif, ,1-b4$ "
,4 DRUGS County and ask to be discharged. where oeest$4 w,4,3Pain
Store tiny
: two doors below M-Uocgair Book DAT after tie., fD'Jmw., iL'T.f
_' .: EDWARD ,BRADFORD, Adaamstrator. .t ere'His gcee and arrests of -Thursday '. n4, W 'in Wk

M RECEIVEDfrom Kew York &I nfl nppty April 14, 186. tt 6m.Notice. tt where it is falling off-deans the head of the dandruff work wilIbredyILZ1 in thai Uae Cbrooo tinwstodo mder,evaydesc4tim Da PatentLtT- IF b0 QJJ .,.,'t" .f" "I ,, A= .::=,,
: all cutaneous and
and itching removes eruptions renders "1-
j Medicine Pilots Otis Windowglass. Ws tehee ._M. ..Pr1e -1'rot. of .
Vertfoal repaired ALDXX
I Drugs A the ncalp perfectly tealtby by Jtstoriag the see er,Cydar ud common ACGCBTCS .Ifa.s' Boga rt& dil& "
1 Potty do' and and at tbe shortest notice; also jobs and Clock of eterydescription. English Literature and Anek t Languages. tb'IJI
reti f to tbeirorigJaal vigor siwajtb. tert,' UaVbyiktoseakatf b
: PINCKNEY ct organs attention to buaimsa they are an J.B.O wmuAlL, ProfteeoreTHeotal +;
cepixto.nbipofflJNNO strict ;
-AGo THE thus supply nutriment rad eolonog matter to. By taatkm to tVef Hs toe .CCann11 zr
::1 Farr Brw4I .hung been dissolved the subscriber will It does color the hair, bat is,ia abort e perfect determined that none fall go wy &uatIfleL"N. and Moral Philosophy. ,7t"kRe
,. & eta. Sulph.Qairwn continue tbeFACTORAGE Hair invigorator pot and Tonic. B. Good work Horse and Buggy for sale at 6 .P.X Fwtxa,A.M, Pnrfeeeor. of Ifattatnatfee r r-Iu bt'.r PSSJ?
1000 tb SaHs
.2000! .'olauber Kpsotn% dt\, COMMISSION BUSINESS Te the young."OO so much admire the beautiful mooth'eredit. and Ifatqral Science. of PrtnatT. Depart, linos.: &om:4 Mu-O4nu! biv'
; *00 Oatts.Castor Oil.No. J. I his own account R., Q. PINCKNEY.Jr., lock and ringlet be feels that be will be .pardoned J C.UALL&CO.March 12 Miss Am E.Au x ,in Principal and Freocn. lug yow Www** ud Tar Htbnw'J'1Mf.. _
# 100 tf and instructress Botany lit
2' 855. mont; -
be offers the advice suggested by !IO'IIa'ex. ,
Lamp Office, Noara COXICOLCUL Wa.u.r.0 Principal fcaskal Departzneat ."! IWJa :J '
ten observations iF to discard sit otagneYnd with that'
ItO.H Nst foot" .e ; Winter Goods. Teaeber to Mode.lira. plwsore 1U S'"k"
and LuawAWfl
New Fall Miss E.
oils. the hair the
'Lfamd REFERENCES. stimulating lor ,and-ketp..brayn Orsa- ity. on* A.oTuzsIcLnwlth.
; .4iVY ,.. .' ... .t toilet botte of the restorative for oeeasional .L B. Gajurr and Mra)T. CAtinrxu, ona1nk'tM --
a ptirpoaes for the
,00 iNoaAKiic & JOBH FxA&xa & Co.
.t S K No. 1. White .. Goriniw H.&rnaaa & Co. and we can safely orediet,thai henceforth.silver leeks DAVID C. WILSON mental This Institution Brancbea. now preeente to iI,.' PnbHc owbich t.y'ar rspde4 The HeLrn.Pfally. :" .
will for all the
I. baUiiearts be unknown: hough 1a.
1 80. Extra Charleston September 9. 18U 14 it from the brigs Remington,Wacissa few A large and elegantly eon- ."
Ugee possess.
cheek-the dark
.4 blossom the downy now receiving also found i
O dpw. rose may upon IS chapelS In if a ooc;Mee1IctJppJJQ >o fa
strUied ef the largest ;
of and edtfee
the teeth tboee of other vessels, bit usual supply Fall College ;one ,
; 7 Ie Zinc Paint, eye**ropiercing pearl, enclosures and It give nnkertaj sstWacUosusda
Manufactured .
ont.bdfldifgsand ;
Goods all!of which were selected by himself the State aH *
Fire Proof Pat still if the natural fluids be withheld from the hair Winter ; oeeeamry '
\000 .
,100 Boxes ice. Window Glass assorted sues A large [ SHALL recaive some 400 Boxes of various brands and in consequence it becomes first dead, and harsh in New Fade and purchased on the most favorable a oaflngj4JtZDt' fitted up in tbe most neat of and the 'JrmriiD ;Ga ,Hilda'4t'-'JS'f.' aaosLLb' :,
Mallow"Manufactured Tobacco be robbed of of them at reduced prices,.which will enable eombta e-.ltyl., GIld. thAt iupermtendaoee
assoiUnsat of Painter's materials Brushes, &c.t on consignment. thea grey or-falls off nature more terms many 3T Beware of Obcalerftttfaad .
.. : D. H. AMES. again this season 100 Boxes DOW OB the-way out.- than half i its charms; and although it U a sovereign him to supply his customers and all wboroay fa- Teachers tbemaelvee; with .tbe 3omestie of departmentunder TIM ftmaoe will 1 b future bate tie sis

1Jtwt Merchants will do well io bear this in mind and it remedy for those who are gray as well as those who vonr him with a.call either for cash or approved the careful direction of ladies- experience TATU* the steel ,
: May St,. 1855. will be sold lower than saae quality can be laid down are bald still all see the propriety of making only credit at prices certainly low if not lower' than added to all the facilities fore thorough can course offer of Instruction II thmcpof4ibbc.op .plate eogrartd UD the )j. of

I ;, Received., for from usual market, aud OB time to good par- such an application to the hair and scalp as is calculated any house in this city. They Jo part consist of which any similar Institution that our Purchasers are advised tiat a mtaa J
) s NerD Orleans tie*. DANIEL UDD.I I to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state. Fancy&staple Dry Gooda,' tationery, will be seen by reference and Tnitioo.to our less than can be tl1 artiele U fa existence .
; 1 1A Per Wm. R. Pdlu from Newport, August 4, I85. 31 From tht E&taof tAr Etui Etle Advertiser 27 Boots and wtoea, Drugs and Perfbmery rates both elsewhere.of Board This fact in these are times of peeuni- Thitceulaslsmoldcel7bybiisndourgq4
Onava and fouod .
; 4 V"\RACOKS. Lemons Pine Apples ScJuwlStrtet. Hardware Saddlery is the consideration of those ba,. po_ ,throogh,the Sotith.aprLOWID

i : .V Currant Jem,. Prone Pears. Sardines. Pickled aicHAan, ""T._-aiacBirr.I- _.- .duaics, J"'oJ"w. DOWNING._.-__-'_.'. Borrox, March SO,'54.Prof. ] Hollow Ware Groceries ary daughters,to worthy educate. T IZ1J Jr. "n-1""i.aJr.o', a--III9 t1tia11
Preserved Lemons loft
Peaches TroD and Steel.
1 Brandy Crockery & Glass Ware canffcned
: Oyster Mar BIRCHETT & DOwNING :Wood: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely The Boarding Department will be wrtfe direction are ags1stbc1ag ofany bet vr rq
and Green Gage and '
Fine Applet Ginger. Hats and Caps, Begging Rape, otherwise will :
:; rVanesa. arid of Prof.Caldwell agents they 'DtJJCItd -
induced weeks since to Alden ldynd
I some President IpoD
'rrilad Lemon Raspberry do. Strawberry quite gray, was Bonnets and Trimmings, Paints,Oils, 0-
Syrup. wortblesrartkl
restorative. I have used Isss spaclouaandcomkrtabledormitories. JUt& t
- make trial of and With
Vin lady.
do. Raspberry your
Pine Apple do, Ginger Men and Boy's Clothing
da. II 111 Chartrts St.be2.Cc
i 'Irl'et the IUHFS have all and oonwnient closets, new and elegant tj ao4st i.Q'
" Fresb Silmon Lobster. Haddock flallibut andhsi. 490, Seventh than two bottles but gray disappeared October 14, 1 854. 41 .large Sole for the .
: rsar. Assorted Pickles Scotch Ale and Porter. WASHINGTON CITY. I ; and although my hair has not fully attained I fumituie,good and experienced Aer-vants ana UUe Agents 3cnrti em &, .
: & Ita original color.yet the process of change is gradually I Florida Hotel, furnished with the best the market affords; togetherwith orders and applications for Agtncfe men. It adfri?
..r before the Court of Claims and
Cigars.D. iecL
: 3O.OOO Havana 'XTILL practice going on, and I have great hopes that in a short time wholesome yet parental discipline i we lops to
> i7c' ." .. H AMES. V V pro.ecutaclaim. before Congress and the several my hair will be as dark as formerly. I have also been .l\fONTICELLO,1EFFERSON!. COUNTY. increase the liberal patronage with which tbe Collegehas &T For sale at all to. Dnjf) Sf4tta j ia,._ *-

1855. 21 Department the healthy mowture and vigor of the been favored. and at one Agency m every Town b Uu
> ; t 2ay 2 e, much gratified at undersigned notice to pub hitherto .
M' -: July :8, 185. 30 the bur, which before was harsh and dry, and it has A I i THE that he baa refitted the Hotel in F. X. FORSTER. August 1 8, 18C6. u g"1

.;. : ) Great Land Sales. Bryant Burnbam, Adm'r tc, 1 In Hamilton Circuit ceased to come out as formerly Mouticello, formerly kept by *pt New Secretary of Faculty. -
ot a decree in Chancery the under I rs. i- Court Respectfully yours D. C. M. RUFF. will be prepared to receive visitors by 13th August 11, 1855. 82-tJanl FEMALE COMPLAINT'rJ:

: ';: i ,iNpsrwiance offer for sale at the times and place' ',: James Burnham et al. ) CHICAGO. May 1, '54.-I have used Prof. Woo of November. Tie house is now in thorough repair, The be.Female, 1edIeIrnown

;: : : herein designated opwards of a million acres of land appearing to the Court by affidavit filed in this Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevent and will be so managed as to promote the comfort of A. B. CLARKE, Extract of Yellow !Doch pd .-puiIla ,,,
tb. of Apalacbicola and in tb IT out gives.it a gloss and softness guests and boanfers. Attached are good stables THIS
hcd lots in City he hair AtxnjBoming and
I ; .. that William Jackson,and Elizabeth Jack. 'e, speedy, pertnaaeot core fcc
J the of the "AP-- few hairs I had have where attention is To borsps. Terms as MERCJrJANT TAILOR aU
'' '. Town of Newport, Florida property son are residing in the Southern Circuit of the Stateof very desirable. The gray every paid complaints incident to 'DALES.
; "
tj :J f JLLACHICOLA LAND COMPANY; viz: Suel Florida. and Canny Buroham in the Western Cir. entirely disappeared. Others of my family have usedit moderate as at any other Hotel in the country. A DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING AND Its uild alterative properties render H pecftferry
: **nTta Jsef aid' lands u lie in the Counties f Leoo.i ,and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professes share of custom is respectfully solicited.
;. :f. cut; of aaid State and John Reaves Mahala Ecu yes, GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. ipplicable to the slender and delicate conttitntita
ttakulla and Oadsd"n. will be offered in Tallahasseeon to be. HENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avenue.WOOD'S C. BLESS.Monticello '
$ "; L AuMen. Boon. Margaret and Alfred Burnham in thAt 01 the female. It a unrivaled b its effect npoan liiisrases
It known old stand
thewell for-
IN DECEMBER next October 28. 1854. 1 43 TOW receiving at
on the FIRST State of and Lewis Burnham in Incipient
; i :: Georgia, part. on 1.1 AS Consumption. &=.1ft.
will Wcffere inert occupied by Clark t Stillman.
Franklin Coontv a genera
whkh lies in oarcMTAt 8IJf UTE t1l(1)'C'IT.
.; .. and that part k oown. 1RoT. AGENCY Op THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. .: corrbcB or !W2ut a, irregular Meostraafioe.; lodoatt.
; the FIRST MONDAY IN assortment of Superior Ready Mace Clothing,Furnishing
: at Apalachicola on This Liniment is valuable auxiliary to the trcfttment
: It is ordered that Mid defendants and answer Dente of Urine, and general Prostration of the .
lands lie tbe Gulf Oast, Agent ef the above Company. Goods Clol bPI, Cawiroeres, Vestings, &. composed If.
4 -t.- ; JAJlUARY,1856. These on this Bill on before the first Monday in Novem of sam of the most formidable disease with THE undersigned, It immediately! oooaUraets thMdItr.cg i ,
f. :.: extend from tbe St. Marks to the Apalachicola River bernext., and that this order be published in somenewipaper which it is our lot to contend; for instance: iuflama- receive applications for and make insurance in part of the following articles: ness and lassitude so, common to,the female nervpoa fraaje,
'. and include the Islands on said coast within this Circuit. once a week for the tion of the lungs and bowels. By a thorough and continued against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings. Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. and and
imparts an booyaocy, as sorprjatD U
I eoergr
the remnindeiin Furniture tc. 4' Black and Col'd Breasted Frock and
third cash Merchandize Single
will be ,
fit' The terms ono space of four months prior to said time. application of this Liniment over tbe regions of they are grateful We have evidence on fiV.-whisb
of and two with iuter January 29. 1R53. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Business .Coa,
instalments one years the affected the otherwise formidable diseases
\ : AT CHASCBXM J. WAYLES BAKER JuJgo.July organ Induces us strongly to reeoatnend ibis medici to
Caspimere do. do. do
.,. : -*&t from Jay ef sale. 28, 1865. 30-4m are at once disarmed of more t6an half their terrors UK. LEWIS Fancy married people who have DOt been blessed YiI' c8
these sales the of Black and Colored Cloth Overcoats
LZ Z For property purchased at scrip particularly among children, and thousands of mothers / ,

. : ; ;3 The Apalachrcola Land C.)11'lpany.owneJ by Stock r Spring Goods. were they allowed to speak, would -with' all tbe RESIDENT DENTIST. Black Doeskin Pants. spring.

bolder* oftheir assignees will be received in payment eloquence of feeling and affection bear their united TALLAHASSEE, FLA.f8IS Fancy and Cord Cassimere hob Prolaptvt l'ietier faJb'neef tAt Wkn, ef ft
;. f i Subscribers are receiying per Gamble. Black and Silk Vests, yean standing, cured by J7r.: Gtytotfi fttfraet _
ti' at relative value. TilE testimony to tbe fact that it has snatched their chil- Fancy /
Artificial Teeth the
., and other recent arrivals a complete now inserting on Yellow
Receiver tc tc. hock and Sarioporilla Aer
JOHN BEARD. and Fancy Velvet do'I efter
dren from the jaws of death, restored themto rutty
Y. tssortment of Hoods suited to the Spring and Sum- very new and improved principle, with +
known had
tf-28 do. Cass. do. Cashmeres, temtdy been trird vilhovt i v1J.1WAZZncOTcIV
Ja1, U. 1855 their former health and beauty. Again r ft will be ,
A from side to the .
f' : t ..* The Florida Sentinel Wnkulla will Times, and the lll mer season consisting Hats.in part of found a powerful auxiliary in removing whatsis gener- other, without seam or crack gums,leaving, no one place for the White Marseilles do. D.IL O', F li'JH'

f Apalachicola Commercial Advertiser publish ally known as an Agie Cake. or an enlargement of lodgment of food, thereby rendering them .perfectlylife -ALSOA --- This certifies that my wife, aged twisty MT ei
discontinue.Hardware Fine Palm.Leaf,Canada French and English Straw, where.the fine assortment of Shirts.Collars Cravats Black.
notified to the spleen,indeed in ull cases external ap- like and the contour of the face, y.a1'l. baa been suffering tnder the above_ oomplaiD'
restoring original
J Planters Black Panama:Midsos and White and Colored Kid and Silk Gloves, self adjusting
Leghorn. Super.
-- of veivkc this Liniment will-be.found I
it. plication-is use detection. He will attend to all rails for five years. Nearly all of that tineeoidbedtober
so as defy
Cutlery, Guns, Nails, Ladies Bloomers trimmed and untrimmcd. Stocks Cotton and Merino ,Uo j ful in Middle Florida for Full SctU. Those wishing Full bed. 1 bate f<,r Uvr years eoastanUy empleyad the
Cotton, and Lisle Thread
. ". I 'Shovels, &c. Clothing.Sacks 1'10,. WOOD'S VIOtTABLE MAIL LIFE TILW.BussmtD. Setts can obtain all necessary information by Tetter. Hose Drawers., White Brown andColored, Fancy Cambric Handkerchiefs,all| best medical talent that could be CUf.td i U)5s Motion
t % I ?T'IIr: Subscribers invite the attention of Mcrcbant Frocks. Paletots and Pants of Drap d'Ete, .May 3053. Prof.'O.J. WOOD:-Dear He will warrant, in every instance, satisfaction and of which are offered to the public on reasonable terms of the country,without any benefit wcateter. I
JL New York to theIr atock of goods emr' used and used number prices to suit the times. 'Terms Cash or when called have also purchased""every instrument reeoiuneodcd
t e : visiting Alpaeca Queen's Cloth Cassimere. Plater's Linen SirAs we have seen for a and warranted as good as offered in this Mark.Call .;.-
;:t :: bra/ing a complete variety in the above line, particularly Grass aud Brown Linen Marseilles, Doe Skin, Cotton. of years, jour Vegitable Magic life Pills we are prepared for. and examine. for the .cure.of such diseases, all- of which proved

J adapted to the Southern trade, which they are ade.A-c. Also vests,Shirts,Undershirts Ties Cravats recommend them to the public as superior June 24, 1854. 25 November 4,1854.Leon worthleM. _

r "> to sell at law .prices for Cash or approved&eV } .. STOW & 6MkT.i. For Sale. to try Dr. Gnysott's Yellow Dock snd Sap.riula,
which theare recommended Iron Works
or. : County
: : Shoes and Boots.A ,
1ft Pearl 81 aDd 94 Water St, New York. B. B. Leach A. B. Pettis, B. D. Albro P. Jacobs TT'OTJR small Farms in Wakulla County, containing which was wed for four months. After aba bad lIed

Itf.' 'I- _Jane 23 1855. -m complete assortment. Together with fresh supplies Orin Buzzel, Spencer Sussell, Edward Gilber. John JL about 80 acres each with gcod dwellings and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. it for about fopr_wt ks. h was evident to all ems list

-- of Provisions, Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware. Albro Lucien JJ.Sweet, Ellas ,ft. Sweet. John Hacn- out houses on the same. Enquire at this office. THIS Establishment is now in full operation. All she was improving and (rom this time .Ih, Improved

1" : ) In Leon Circuit {. In Chant 'Wood-ware. and notion of all sorts. Which we offer raft Nathaniel Gilmore,James H.Pine, W n. Johnson October 1 4,-1 S54 41 r. will be attended to with promptness,and I rapidly and gained flesh and strength unbl the disease -

Bill for Divorce.L for sale on usual terms and to the inspection of which Johnson Williams, G. Lawson C. Farrar. D. Landers. all work done with neatness and dispatch.All I was entirely removed and she is BOW 'enjutug

:,; t i cery. we respectfully invite our very good friend and patron Paor. WOOD:-Dear Sir:Having used, and ex Blacksmithing.ATTACHED kinds of work, sueh as Steam Work Mill Work, most excellent beahh. WM. ) '.' .
; & Jane Price, CornptF ) Circular Saw We. of Wra..and Julia
Mill Mootibrt.
: ; & I the Public. perienced the effects of Vegetable Magic Life to my Livery Gin Gearing. Sugar Machinery being neighbors

- : .- VI. f MrNAUGAT t OR IOND. Pills in family I will your that as family med- Blacksmith Shop Shafting Pulleys Hsngers. Plough Castings. Brass know that the above' statement as to the lick_ of
.' William T. Prie. .Defd'LIT ) Newport. March.17,1865 11 I. my say work Casting tc ; also Sugar Kettles, of any size kept Mrs.Montfort, and as to the cure being effected by
: cine, they cannot be valued too highly. I have used _ in which all kind of appertaining .
tbe satibfaction of the Court that the constantly on hand. All work done in such establishment "Ouyeott's-Y.Ilow Dock and Sarnaparilla."tob strict.ly .
:! appearing to abort
;' :: hem.in several bilious attacks and inflamationa and to that business is done io good.at.yle. at
/ 4. named defendant, William T. Price reside i In Chancery.In other will he done by 011, with a particular regard to true, JANE EDDY,
S. be
, : I[ will say that their virtues cannot too highly ap notice, nnd on as .reasonable terruR DA at any
t-4; ... .- out of the Bute of F:.rida: It is ordered that a hearing .,- the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of Flor predated, for in every case they have speedily triumphed shop in the city. Farming implements such as Turn tbe strength and duiability tbe work. SARAH POWEJia8COVILAMSAD

.it.i. of the facts charged in said bill of complaint be ida. In Lion County. over disease and hence I fuel in duty bound Plough, Scooters Rods devices. Heel Pins, Tap Competent Workmen alwajain readiness to put up ,

?1. LI; had oo the first Monday in October. 1855; Provided Andrew S. Garr et alii 11 to recommend them to alL They operate perfectly Rings and i Iron Wedges kept ready made and con Engine te. 111 dartres. Street New Orleans
,l that a copy of this order be published in some newspaper vs. [ easy producing no uneasy sensation yet their operation stantly on hand. This will afford farmers an oppor- Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for ;' Sole General Agents for the Southern States to

}'' 1 .' printed in Tallahassee fo the space* of three Lewis Curtis k Nathaniel TLuret.YIT'HEREAS. .>n,ct alii. ) is thorough; and I am satisfied that nothing more tunity to supply themselves without being delayed. cash or accepted orders on some business firm in_this whom all orders must invariably be addressed.

months before the day anpornta'd for said hearing. on the 31st day of March last, in ant in most cases, is necessary than these valuable.pills, P. B. BROKAW. place. Liberal prices paid ,for.old Iron,Copper and t2f For sale at all tbe Drugstores iaTaDaia
4 ->:f fI AT CHAMBERS: J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. rendered B raM. and at one Agency In every Town the South.
:! T Interlocutory Deoroe 10 this cause by to.perform a speedy and triumphant cure. January 13, 1855 2
v t i Jane 3fl. 1855. 3ra-26 the Hon. J. Wayles'Baker\Judge-of the Coaarl.aforesaid .Eejpect ully Yonrs. tc. All letters must be addressed (t oat paid to I August 18.1865. 3S 8m

: it other ordered follows .J. B. SANGER. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT J. M. S1h1NgTsUhaa ee, Fla.ilarehl .
was among things as :
U ;I:: Administrator's Notice. And it is further ordered and decreed that all 0. 'J.'WOOD&CO., NEWPORT. 1854. 10 Most Approved Corn Mill la Ese.

.il Ie LL_persons having'demands against the estate of persons having claims debts or demands against the Proprietors 695 Broadway, New York. r PHE undersigned still carries on the above business, .. B. BiiOKAWS. 100 OF the most Approved LANIER CORJT
: .* A William"P. Larkins,late of Gadsen County.de' said Apalachicola Land Company or to or upon the 114 Market Street St.Louis. -L in all its branches. Buildings wall calculated for MILLS for sale by the Sabt" The'*

; r eeaied will take notice that they must present them .lands known as Forbe's Purchase, or any i portion-of D. H. Ames Agent.'Tallahassee, Fla. despatching wagons. J. LADD. LIVERY liD SAL STABLES Mills have been for some time in use throagk this region

..: 'iA to the undersigned duly authenticated within the time the said lands do present the same with the evidencee February 101855._6_ Newport. Septem r.2. IBM. 85 and lower.patt of Georgia and give perfect satisfaction

L. f preecibed by law. or this notice will be plead in brut thereof to Hugh Archer,'Jr., Esq., one of the Mastersof TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ,grinding with.ease 40 bushels and the rise

.,: of their recovery; and all persons indebted to said estate this Court. at his office in the City of Tallahassee JOHN W. EVANS, MILES NASH & CO. -4 5- would in- I. in the day with lets than the ordinary gin power applied -

:'. .t-; are hereby cotified to make immediate payment en or before the first day of October next and that ATTORNEY AT LAW ,THE Proprietor to it. The maker furnishes hand to pot-it'np;
i ,
&c. friends and the
; to the undented. THOMAS H.SCOTT, the said Master take.proof of and ascertain and report BAINBHIDOK, CEO. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, his band every warranted to give perfect satis&etfca.

t August 4, 1855. Sl-8w Administrator. upon the validity sod amount of each and everyof attention,all business inform their friends and tbe.public, that public that he has rebuilt his _ Call and examine them at ...LAPPS. *
i. :.1' give prompt en .WOULD .Brick .Stables, the old.It1u1f Js
such claims debts and demands. And that the WILL to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, on band a good assortment of such large .at bit friends and J1q1l'. April 81.1885. IBS3UFF
accommodate customers.JUe
Fifty Dollars Reward. said Master do summon before him, such'of the said ) Baker Calhoun and articles as are generally kept in their line of business, prepared
\ ,
JJ> f ecatur. Daggberty Early Clay. also baa attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith AND TOBACCO -
claimants or creditors, or their agents as he shall ascertain and will be receiving regulirly.freeh supplies. Their
9L: : '4 .D ANAWAY from the Subscriber on the 28th of be informed within this State and Februarytt71855. 7 tflONG Shop. where he will have have done all kinds of II '. _
or are give terms shall be reasonable.
K t\l'\ -i\i April last a negro man, named EDMUND notice by advertisement to be published in two newspapers & GiLBRAITII, Tallahassee April 9th. 1853' 14. Plantation work, Hone shoeing aDd Carriage work in PETER LOR1I4 RD.'No .
about 23 old, five feet nine or ten inches high, the best manner and with promptness and dis
years in this State and in very
;i } colored has published one publisued.ia ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.lK .4 2, CHATHAM STEEET.ITBWYOBZ,
weighs about 180 Coffee a pleasant the City of New York to all claimants or creditors Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, patch.
of PEru fc Otomor LDUUAU,
-w .countenance and baa a scar on one of his shoulders, / A. LONG 4 J. B. GALBRAITH have associL November5,185.t. 44 SUCCESSORS <
their demands and be examined
to produce touching For Sale J> P. B. Brokaw. all kris of SNUFF and TOBACCOS -
1raid.to.b&nbeen caused by the lash. Said Negro L ated themselves in tbe practice of Law. They y ?
the And that
, .r: was purchased in November last of Dr.Joseph Ewing. before same bim *Q .eucu-reference-shall any'pscson-or persons be at liberty appearing will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme 'FilE Subscriber has just received a Wlaes, Syrups' &c.LD in general use. for particulars, a Prw Current

4'.1 .'r4 1 of Montgomery County, N.C. ,It is probable be will to contest the claim or demands of other Courts and tbe District Courts of the United # very large supply.of,Carriages Otard,Brandy, .W reestershfre Sauce. can be obtained.by'addressing as above. This"estab
will any per. which be offers o lishment is oca ftfjiw.ojdeet of,lbs kind ia the Undid
attempt to make his way back to N.C. I gives son wr-persooa ; and that all such creditors or claim states at Tallahassee. Baggie*, and Harness Old Port fresh Lobster ,

..-. : reward of 25 dollars for apprehension i and delivery ants as shall not come in and prove their demands, by Office opposite the Court House. for sale en the most reasonable terms. Madeira ": & States.

1 f. 'to ie, or his acfe coiifioenawjUm any J&11so that I can the time above limited or such further time as the October.28. 1S54._ly _._ November 18, 186. 46 Sherry Clams, Feb. 17.185. 7-ly

; b Lmsg. ,''i Win i.-e .1urlbet-.reward of 25 dollars said Master shall allow for that stall be London Porter.It Halibut
purpose excluded MITCHELL & STEWART Dressed Lumber. .
i'T :(* sufficient to convict any whit person of bar- Scotch A'e. Sardines, New Goods. .
proof from the benefit of the decree to be made iu the
;_- [ boring or confttftlinz him. Any information'respecting cause; but such persons not parties to.&( who ATTORNEYS Af LAW I. Ifi A THOUSAND dressed Flooringnd Ceiling, .Brandy Peaches Tonatoe Ketchup, T.flAV just received znj 'FaBjUK intbr
4. aid boy thankfully receded. C. PEACOCK. shall come in before the said Master to their : 1U U from Escambia.Bay a fine article. Machine Brandy Cherries .Walnut.1 .I_ supply of Cloths Cajwmitfea,V.s Bgits,

A1;. Madison Co. June 16th. 1855. 24 tf demands are, before being itt.o prove so, to sign JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA dressed Lumber makes the .smoothest work by far, Guava Jelly. .Spices, of viry..ealqr,M1e, and 'quality,which Lsa
A" .n than band even if to Currant do. PickJea prepared to make u the moat lasoJoBaoUabort ICItCIt
$ -- --- --:;-- and deliver* to Ibe-said Aiasier* stipulation* to contribute WILL practice io all tie Co rts ot.tbe'Kiddle and U really cheaper making by up

-. tt Freh Assortment Groceries. I: and pay to the-in&Dta their proportion of 1 .ii>Columbia and Alachua in the East haul 40 or 60 miles. D. LADD .Preserved. Quinces, Raspberry Syrup notice and reasonable terms, T

.. PER WM. ..''.? the ecpen&us of the suit the amount so t* be paid to em Circuit. and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. New Port, June 9, 1855. _28-tf Pears Strawberry -LSO-
4 Ma-eb-24. 1855. tf 12 -Ginger, Lemon.It A LARGE AND WILT aXISCTXD STOCK Of
'. tHE Subscribers.kave just received a large and I be settled by the said Master according to the amount '
1. .i assortment of Groceries which they offer I of their respective claims,as presented." A. PERRY AMAKER, COTTON Sparkling Gelatine, Ginger READY-M DE. CLOTHING,
;:. general Now tlu.e/on. iu of said decree,notice is are-EJoUJ3 Flavoring Extract, Pine Apple M
.' .$. for Cash and Oath only except to punctual paying pursuance TTDalllY -vv Spanish Olives Salad Oil, Consisting of every garment notable for winter:wsar.
-'. ;.'- --I Cuttomtrt thort time, viz. hereby given to all persons baying claims debts or AT LAW t Q Mustard such as Cloaks.Talmas Coats.'Vests, Pants At,&rwbkhwiilbodispoeedofatlowpri .,
J 40 Casks Sides and Shoulders demands against the Apalaebioola Land Company or TALLAHASSEE. FLA TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.' English Capers es. ,
.'- '? 2 -Plains Ham to or upon the Lands known as Forbes Purchase. May 21, 1853. 20 Q Tobaooo.Clarebpuklmg Old Port Also a large I lot of Plato and FaaejiSbata. CoBan.U .
4. Juice
: u Best Sugar Cured Hams situate in the counties of Franklin Gadsden Leon, and To COTIOM PIAKTERS ond other ofthit and the aJ- ndershirta.Cravats. Stocks, Hosiery, Ae.,iie.
Walt in the State of Florida, to the D. P. HOLLAND Havana- gars, D. H. AMES.
1' sgbd.1F'rknebugar.; present same joining Counlitl in.FlOI ida and Georgia: Those desiring a thorough out-fit will aoosuli tisif
the evidence thereof to,the of November 11. 1855 46
-. vJ. 1 Cbeice with undersigned one ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT.LAW, the undenogned subscribers return to you own interests by giving me a call aa aO eM tbVra articles
4 t Preserving Sugar the Masters of said Court, at his office in the -city.of (Uiney, Florida, WE I' most grateful thanks for the very liberal Copartner hip Notice. have been selected with frWl eare ant wW a
before the first
Tallahassee of October next
or day ,
; .,...' 16 Bbla. Superfine Flour on I which has been bestowed through I this toaritt.
us, view their to
.' 10 .Plants Extra Family Flour, otherwise they will be barred of all benefit under the WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir patronage kindness since we have been upon engaged in the THE undersigned have this day entered into a oo- special, adaptation JOHN PRATOBIUS.
Decrees rendered or to be rendered in said cause. and Jackson and Franklin Counties. your & hip m the [
40 Whiskey.M Cotton Storage, Weighing Selling Business in-this October 21, 1U4. 43 _
4& HUGH ARCHER h. October 28, 1852. 42 .tf
2 Moooogabela Matter city and we again offer our set'ice.tbe ensuing sea- .w1u1I" .,"....AI.. AMR..... .RCTAII. '"" -

iI; 10 .- Mess Pork. May 28. 1856. 2I-17w.. in Chancery. WILLIAM SCOTT, lOG at our. W- tADd.aod hope that our doty an the -B.'D'G B"C'ScsrmSS, DRY' GOODS DRY GOODS.
; n. 2 DriedApplee. performance of your business heretofore has been so
C3f Tbe WakulU.Tlmes.Florida and Journal of ATTO UNDER Till NAME AND 8TYLK:: OF WHIT AnR
-5 Crusoed Sugar MgV AT LAW. discharged as to secure your patronage and influence OETTON are receiving, par brig

Lard. Commerce and, N.send Y, will publish to this weekly Office.until lit day of MONTICELLO FLA. iu the future. Very Respectfully, BARNARD & MAXWELL. _D E.'Remington, a general assortment orGoeds. ,
October accounts
I : r. 4 Lard Oil. 1 July 30. 863. 80 11 jan BROOME & HEIR. .jn.E&t and.Winter styles, via:

1 Pickled Tongues. Andrew S.Garr.t Leoa Circuit In Chants September 30, 1854. 89 T HEY will be pleased to see their Black-French'Doeskin, ,Jrfab'IJ

: '1 M Smoked beef aL4} Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c ill friends and patrons at the old stand rev French CasBimeresj !BTehdFaaey Bc'u Domese
5 Boxes Smoked Tongues, Sugar Cored, aJrT. of E. BaJ'OArd.Jr'1igo of the Mortar,cor- Tweeds., Damask '
Lewis Curtis tt ) Land WArrant4
10 StJulien Claret i 1 A A'BOXES Window Glass'assorted sizes-100 Bounty ner. .Monroe and Clinton streets, where .Kentucky Jeans Asaoffed/, =,,
IT appearing to the Court by affidavit made in this A VU Kegs WhiteLead pure extra A No. 1. at the 1agl.ea t price and procured full and afsor/mpit of. articles :
-2 Lemons, ju BOUGHT they will, keep a general P.Uid.Linseys, cniia.-
that the named defendants b the
following 8 barrels Linseed Oil
% B Star Cacdlea H who have not been abU ta. stablieb t appertaining to theU Cue of bosinees. andsolicit Printed Flannels, iaeddo. "
above ease reside out of the State of Florida and ont 8 'Lard Oil
No. 1 Lard ill their eUims. If any have received a less amount the oftheitMepda'an4ibe( public.G. do '
10 Kegs patiooage Opera c.lo1bs' IdBlueflenim
i Middle, Circuit of Florida and in the
of the places 20 Kf' Zinc Paint, than they were entitled to.Jet.mt.bow. it. ,Having' BABNARDJi- .
f 6 Id beet Spanish Began hereinafter designated viz: Richard H.Ogden.Abel T 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbl. and trols.) bad foutteen axperieoce in the prosecution and G. TROUP MAXWELL. -
CTder Vinegar years
2 Bbls. Drills Bed kta, .
and reside i
Anderson, StephenCeabreleng ,2 barrels Train Oil 1 bbL '
Copal Varnish, settling ot Government claimsjl understand full .the .. & I
10 BagsRto Coffee. } February, ( ))1M4. Fancy Calicoes Hue..Red A.QrtiPniled II
of New York; Charles Blaek win- idea.m the Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retail.D. .oj .. .
ana means of getting through the .vazioi.De.partinenta -
Bbr.B4bofl.d 8v.p. trays Fri
It English
BEBET BOWLES. State of Louisiana; Charlotte Geddes-George F. H. AMES. Washington. 1 bare ia .possession 'Nails.i .
FarSaIsbv my Velteta'Assorted 1'W .'k.n.k
Geddea Erie William I Leslie
Mary Margaret November
Leslie 184.
SO .46 record evidence:..ef:.286 Florida 87 Alabama 120Georgia '
858. band and (or'1.1elow -
J Illyu. Charlotte Gumming Leslie, Eleanor Sinclair Leslie A A KEGS on by Hosiery, :
besldes&rath Carou and Twjnemn Muster .
a 1. BEIR & RUST.
Janet Leslie Dunbar Leslie : Heavy Otaaborg,
or or Cameron
For 8 ale. Administrator's Notice. Rolls of In the Florida War. If .
-r Heleo t.1 "'fenfOr.Ie Us; Dwd- William Leslie Imbaeby Helen Curamlag Imbacb aod SIX mootls after date;the subscriber late Sheriff have any Quarter Master.Pension or & ,.Land a .

1.f THE House acd 60 acres of land south of Margaret St Glair Blaek who reside in Europe; and Leou County and Expfficio.Administrator of Claims call in. No charge. if I obtain oo money. -. .Wanted. Tie1. .-

1 TaflabsaseeCa tbe Belle Air RoiL The Walker Anderson, who resides io the Western Circuit the estate of J.nnett Patterson,Jai of Leon County, 0. H. BLOOD 5000.DRYor Bali'Hides, ale and Deer ''S b'fG#; "; ,4

air large rooroa wenfinabedjorthe; preo Florida.- deceased.will exhibit his accounts tl and vouchers. before N. B. Persona with unsettled bostreswitb himself : for which tb&1 highest-,omrket All offered at tbe Ujwest price lor ..

I 'lees ia a aobttaoual"oat Kitcbeo and good water.w"dUbe .- It is ordered that"Iaid: defendants do appear and the Hon.Judge of Probate child. County" aod:,Bpi, or A. Richardson are invited to call without delay at price will be paid by ,>D, P."WILSON.. ed enditat thv BtareuM Motfttu*of ofsaWV-

Tb&iupety Sered ciV.easo0abl answer tbe till of complaint filed in Ibis ease that is fur a&al.ditObarp from.tbe 'admtaistraUojfcof?sUd my office(over Messrs BottoaA Whitaker's 8tur..) October14. 18ZS4 41Lumber . kissd ScoU. Nf V i: y

j tenD 1101i.'oot of the mart to1. the said above named defendants who reside estate. ALFBED'ArPlSHBE.. 1iArallibaieFlL n rr 'hOeto'l.l j. '. 40 . .
IMa onti For terms apply to the Arm of White out of this.State but in the United States within four May Stb, 1W5. IB .alti.' M'6r.' :C2T BOCBTT LAMM. Act ozfvcbS,1855.Agentawho .Lumber, !! "

., t.Slaw'; JeA door to D. H. Ames' Drug Store. moothi from &be :puUic&tlen of:this order; the defendants Noiloe. -' .prepare easea sent to our address will be charged A CARGO,''QT. jpjsED'.LUMB Rt daily, to Cheap Goods '
Jbr.increase $4 for new for our.fe. \'
THOMAS' WHITE. abere&amed who reside in Europe within ? $2 cases 'anheJom: .peouanJa"COOIifting .,firsl.and ,(. "' pa g

'Joiy 14, IWS. 2-_ nine months from the 'pubUcatioQ of. ,tbts ,.order,and SIX: months after daU-tU anden for eabaou,prowuipf" their. Y1 nntL Forms and Records second quality FLOORING, SEALING. ''WE&T&E&UOARDIiG r .!J._ ,tuolr. 1ofUfIIlasIr. _.

,_J_- -_ the) d.Mdmt.bo resides fcttbe ,Western,Circuit dt tonit now' of the estate pMonft&sjjirf. tad .- -. : ,I 1 ; .and SHELVING.. : Also..lOO; ; 11OY1'EIIGLl.8.

'NotlCe.Orner. within two months;,provided that'publication liok.deceased lata of Leon ,''CpGQiy will exhibit bUSnat .' -BLOOD. Tiujouaui. Fw All of .which wUl:>:.aj>W I

r'f'.iiI. h tA R'B. Co. order be made ooce e week for the time,above limited aooount mnoVvoocbers-esseU At aD ioIkiUf igood .UppJyoW *S4HjdeIeEPle

; : : JboJ.be Bo.rd g.1i Direc forth appearaoce t>f the;defendants. )jamed Leon Ooucty,.and ash to be discharged. : :-1 i March 81, US5.,_ (. .18 6mK worked.t.OD:ror.shoOt. the *,. Jswcly5sneyOeodaOea

MoTICE iila.nble uJ.t who reside Jo the ttotodfitttea,tod*as*a swath for U..T.',... Adm'r de boms nsi. ',' .by -tDo DJ

4 ,&on of&be p.cilaCc aDd G.C g a. E.C.eID&hue tJe.-.wt :above Ifarfted-'Jfte' eppearaoee of the July, 81, n 5. __' .tl-&D 0 L I ME,. ., .. 'tALi$44.: xii I .:
ordertcl sad lithZl bt T .oU' p.r D or be.f ,deftodante'above naned- .who,. reside.- io Jar 'IO1QEll. I AJ BBLS.fofine .on. landing from brig AcorntJUsndfor.aWby v
'OoafpIDj ,
l f' ,. : L. FISHER'
the OIpb AT A. 1'1-
retb1td3jo( oberoextBy; order of the ChtAxDDI.J.. B4Pl.l.dp. ; 'Real. Cool 'Ice. ; ; ::1 ,' S -- :
tern. } '' !'igt :t! JJO .. m.1 W.
BoInL".G1 "43. D"f., n.8. pro ., .P.J. :". Y..! 10 A 'Nt 1J titjf'the cool staff, : i f.: 1 'J'eInao."N, :, ;.. -I-6J: .u J.1l' _

Jol1i.Iu.. t'.:. .. J .j : 2L toad apr.prt. .. tIe" "4--__ --i.' i : : fT ,- I .;, llhr1I *,Fw..r i' 9ftM.g

_____,__,_._._ __ : -.: .! 1"' .. FRESH QABDBN SEEDS.r .', .. ..jwittiut9,1$3L; g1.L: tjr O4J :'I ::I. .ii I i i.tj "l.4'c.- : ", n& eUae 6t ththIMd1V1I

: "_..7.tto" &.. ," :..' f .:f.. .1" ', -,.'." .G&OWTI. ".J J"' It.) .{ "l;J W8X'! BecawaxI\ .. m t "'O....JWodll I .' QoooI\J I1 'ri'o
? R..L 1zooA5TS bu v.end: e DtiMl10V utif .Bja Flat Tcnrfpv.Cabhap. Ac. i la say: tW W.b,. ''i- .f .jtW Ut ..:i.t W\l t ili i : t
I JybefonodatbIIC edo: RUT t received D. E AKE3.. WANTED '' a..I fonaW ) !rf'' : 01 _. ij rVofttt$ grttiCtuT
DE&TROWL. J W :.. -.4 .
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.Court &uust11,18U. Ott. 21. 1684- U. "
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