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 22, 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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,- GeeriUaUJCcU. .Letter, .. tfcan under,that, of any'of'his' h1pe\iol'J.-\ : been Governor of New York I ror ;;'tb't is ige lortbta1t ;,:&" lonrua4.l ( 'vyo j- [. J I... 'ha"d.cWi. .) ,, 1 .' 'if .<-
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known ':rid back. Some the Senate .
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To' MR. .6tiim'*E.: DVXB, talked'of!at.that time ;; find among older cKstinguished -' in place of some OrA your friend.,. I say tbat -. ..- <-,- Si. ri U*> _*T have afnthe 4ttf.1iiy the: Apascti 1 a :" .b di a' i Qi fq' W,'...'iiln ..iLJk.UL..J1 ..
''Editor of the Floridianto Journal: Federalists Mr. Ross of PiUsburg, wiH only be parleying w tb'tlaeedtDf.iwbilt"; : A'LL .JI."sE-t' tAD f 'p-r1. 'WMt noCk.t tbjlptt ) .

Bit-til'y Uf editorial of the, Isti i instant, Judge Heropbill pi Philadelphia, Mr. Buchanan on the middle of the bridge:and receivingtheir -:-- *' rr-, .:; nj. :S'dp..fl.C-djlrt'bf' U. '83iidl. ". JIth.gcThctl : .
publish tny lelt.r.of the 27th Au. ,.and! ,.hundreds of others joined ,the fire.: The'Vice Presidency is the only Saturday, September ,1855.Havingobtained they sad beta fbtreis. nI"l.iitJa.deds l ,cQs.botIng'k

voa .YToU in &ct of coxntesy'. '!o roe. I claim- Jackson par:,., The canvass was warm' and thing. and, ifs place I fn the: Senate can beco'tp'ed affirming tbe.validity ofth9 derlvii1on.4tdt1 i -z>?z* 5 :
jUst a. in act of j justice.; You animated t no j issues' were made, and each .with the trial (or that,then a.place in from, -the. prignal grantee* Fatten,. Leslie anally, tnw who irS' .
ed Its publicalion' ,a xvkntonty ind without provocation party depended for success on .the'high merit the: Senate might bo.. desirable. The flab j a'eop1 o(the Waku de Co,'John Forbes Ac.Co. and John Forbes'.I,! dSty th. 8, .t JiIif a

hue usa.iltd,me demanded *at the bane and claim of its great leaders. :The"name more ;Convention .will meet in, the month of Times qontiining Maj. Be rd'i J letter,we pub- to'the; rprtitloners'it fn .th t'uir'rw polo : th*, 'M1". .

antidOto; aJstce' should I ,be, mingled together of 'Mr. Calhoun was withdrawn from the May. and.I'presume it .,will]| be in the discre. !Hsh \ 'below, aa well, aa the. reply !'of, Maj. was nelGdedfromtL.p: affirmd fn'Aai ianrneot was greattr stiltqe4sa.t&tk. '

ftd the to neutralize and des'ray' the canvass by his friend, Mr. Geo. M;'Dallain tion of'your' immediate friends in, New York Bradwell, referred to in our last paper.. We decision .To.thia .I,challenge floDtrarJietiofaAa Know KntHnyt hffrf ftfta rrl jirtit Trnf rnrn; .

in .the a.m cup of the readers of your paper a speech at Philadelphia. ,before the election. and your .leading friends here to have you could not insert the one without the other toMr.rGarr': .:BmJbe may*for,aught-I and sent ia feffe, tfKpW f4rsz, .
IOn. Many seldom ever see'any other pa. His friends did not disband, for they were nominated; ,and in all that affair I think YOU kaowb, one of.the Apalacl4eok I land,Cen' > to restoN.t>. M3Orf.CoS3fRCq. ,
never read and and bowerer, perfedly I well orginized, ardent and zealous, but they, ought to be passive. For Vice-President as that would not only have been an act of pany. It has been supposed that the Com Wnf ioine 'on* Hfbmta 'by bdWa of "

-,er lban yours defended; myelf thrown the ,colSImM went' indiscriminately into the ranks of the the Jacks n.ticket will identify you with him; injustice towards Maj. Beard but would have pany were endearoHng in tbil'way,'to effect reiitOiilDg'tt U.Upedttlt1'otlii. sth

jive other paper, to Jeur readers, that oth parties to take a temporary' position.Many .. a. few, cardinal principles of,the old Democratic left, oar readers altogether in the dark aa to that which thdy eovtd ooido: by Vlrta.of.any torbeeeeM' elfy rsliiebcsfr4- :

of"oJ remam unknown, and the cal. ;and almost all, in'the South joined the school might make you worth contending the drift of the whole matter. authority Tilted lathes ; Mr. Our' -decree )Uuta.ak. .Df9.1, I !
{e nee ;IB the Floridian & Journal Jackson party. Not a word was heard da. I .for on your own account." ia based on. the aUtgatMM that tl f .Apalacbi ,! '" .. ,l\!. d 4| '
iet l publisbed to them uncontradicted, and ring the canvass of .1 Federal, Republican or Here, sir, h the germ, the incipiency, the Front the WaJculla Times. cola.Land Company, of which Major.Beard fbi prpe.eedlnp ov.u4a -P1l:51hij,: /
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Jd etvorthy of belief. In publishing my Democratic party. In Congress !the most important very conception of the Democratic party which is the agent, is dissolved, and Lad been'.wtyb* Ytfgnfsut t I & "feDtfy_ i, .
flJerel' have'done nothing more than national questions were discussed grew, expanded and matured, and which Letter from Major John Beard. out an existence for,niL How then can Its tnIe *;;! .

letteitb,cn commanded you to do by Divine auihori- and l decided \yithout the interposition of party brought Van Buren up as tbe successor of Saratoga Springs, August 15th, 1855. there be any title ia iti Asui b. can Major : of.tuogv" tfloi'I It :

om *re influence. Each question stood on its own JacKson, and made him.tbe Democratic DKAR SIR-I hasten to answer you r letter, Beard sell and convey lands in the n.'and vention met Ala for : 't

fr--u You Do next justice.in your defence, the General merits, and Jackson and Clay were seen'with President of the United State. He was to be wbi .b only reached me a few d .TS ago. by the authority.of an association J loag..sgo .the' "convention' metti'aadroving ) : aJar..SCIiIZdsIIU.u.. .

denial ray! l, and'alleges that Van Buren equal zeal supporting and voting for the protective placed 'as cbe'candidate,"for the Vice.Presi There is no mortgage on any of the Landof dissolved by the tenure which ereateditl. ,, a platforailrsoppoit ... .. '.
p.t.ln-first Democratic President tke country tariff of 1821, and fo- the-Ml! provi. dency" on the Jackson ticket. Not on the the Forbe's Purchase, except in Franklin. Under this state of facts,' (.ftd ,they 'ire of1ei N 0' .\ ..

was the had, and in fact, that he was the fousiAer ding for the extension of the Cumberland Democratic ticket, but the Jackson ttc l.- l\forgagesIPusl berecorded in the Clerk's Office stubborn'facts,) I think Major B. might have this be c
. ever Democratic party. I congratulate Road through Pennsylvania and Virginia to Supported by the mighty power of the Jack. of the County in which the land lies, ort withheld his censure, if not his spleen.. As not; for'nearly ever;ooctiMnM9tat faq rpa.

. of the having made one fair statement. Wheeling! the Ohio. While in the- House son party, ,which had enabled its ]leader to is invalid ; and it is easy to ascertain from to abusing him behind his back, 'I do not dialed U. and Tery fswbarf!,tidIf. .BJ 9t V '

rott' Sir,first on have made in this controverIT /if Representatives Mr. Webster and every remove the deposites under an excitement and the records that there is no mortgage on the think ill enough of him to abase him anywhere I the way, 'Mr.EditordIdyovr.a( .

It t I. the This is you what I said in substance, and 'member Massachusetts but one'and ''a an oppoiilion'almost bordering on rebellion, Company's Land, except as I have said, in ; but if I did, I should certainly do it i many platforms in yooT fl,1thiJ.bfl. ,
will by reference to the political I majority bf all New England voted against this mighty' party which had prostrated the Franklin. Mr. GABB, who filed the Bill.in before his face. Mr. Garr certainly gave .I erected. One State euJ1at itdgoIsto) : -t
what I the prove But before I proceedI the tariff ot 1824. At the election by the United States'Bank with all its gigantic power .i Chancery, does not claim against the Company the 'Apala bieolft Land Company 'tome hard .1 eration anflltor" -- ODe

history} { Of observe country.that I shall at a future day people Gen. Jackson received ninety electoral and which-did what Jackson desired to be but is one of the Company. His pur. knocks. In his bill, he'claims that there-are I the reif4 it1od'.f th i:cnJ";

,, will here ot whar I: conceive to be a palpa. vot PS. Mr. Adam' and Mr. Crawford ceceiv dllne, \'ilhthe; same impetuous Zealand unfal. pose is to have the Land sold speedily, to a number of iacambrances and preferred 4 another regards oppoaiUon,.to, a -

ff- t&ke notice of truth contained in your editorial -i ed the next highest number, aid: from .ihesf.threej tering energy which had marked his follow pay the debts of the Company, and to divide liens on the Purchase. Bat aa to aUtbese bUt a 'direct' yiolaUoa of their' Conitutoust. f -
ble violation instant; under the' Constitution, the House of ers in the field. Van Buren was to be ideolified the nett proceeds among the Stockholders.This matters, I do not desuv a" eontrbrersy; nor I righti;. and ao'bn.. 'How cn a' 'di ;

of the historical 1st fact well known to every I Representative, had to make a boice of a with Jacks n"tifew; cardinal principles; is a common mode settling up Estates, would I shun one, with Major Beard. It nev' vided pai 16t B' xmWiaattarotind : aii4ftUy! '

It is an that in the debates in the President. Mr. Adams was chosen..' ,The I of the old Democratic ichnol might make him ; where the properly is such as cannot be equal er baa beea my intention", misrepresent th.sameitaidanf t.It"ni: "" t&/
American .
trhe Intelligent which formed.the Constitution of friends of Mr. ( Crawford and Calhoun then worth contending for on hit .ir*'account."- ly divided between the persons who are in. Major B., nor any one. connected with the i ,In.tbf 4tli artklfl.o rtl miadeJpblaJ :

Convention States two political parties joined' the Jackson party, and' the friends of Yes, sir, be cameand he brongbt with him a terested. Apalaebicola, LabdtCampaoyr* have ionqlw.j; 'r1 .atb'1ogat ; J
the Unitrd Federal l claiming great high power Mr. Clay joined the Adams party, which as- few of the cardinal principles of the old De 'fhe proceeding cannot interfere with any employed counsel.protect gurjuterst,and I !ion' 0'( we IJnited Stts', 4 ""I 'j V'thk' pst '

aroie. The of the Government sumed the name of the National Republican f1t.Cr cy. Those principles which destroyed person who bought from the Trustees or their submit oar claims to, .the. legal tribqnal of( i.tyle 0"; Don:tbij'.. d L'.bJa; &D Ir
executive department :.1' aL' '
for the insisting on party. But the name of Andrew Jackson tbe liberty Gtvew, and covered that classic Agents. Oa the contrary the Decree made by the State.. ',Asto tie Jaw part, of -Msjor flf I'C'glTUI we'0 Igthuu.."It. I '.a T. .

and the Republican for ,that party depaitment..These .- was :the highest name, and his followers : land with the ruined monuments cf her ancient Judge Baker expressly authorizes me as Receiver ,Beard's letter, I think?, his Jaw ..Is not good mrs' party r1;for I .be u. J ecede '
more limited power wanted than the-Jackson glory. Those principles disloyal to the con A ia valid I think the it-i-tb.t. itMliCon titlatCc.i", aM
- into which the whole nation -I no higher name to complete all contracts made with mortgage aa .between
cI two parties continued, with party. Under that name it conqueredand! stitution, from, which have sprung nullification purchasers. The Decree'als 'requires persons parties, aa against i ,,all bat, 'subsequent: i,ptr;, pRininni1d, )a ,of was divided, each other for great energy'and i I brought their great leader in triumph to ihe disunion, secession, abolitionism and free who claim Lauds not purchased from'the'Company chasers or creditors, although it be ;notri ,and> that, di ,e..t .I&. .,u, i IrIpnblciniuin

fo struggle with erson's the power first de. capitol and to the head of the nation. The soilism. Those principles from which the to file their UimS, exhibit their titlts, corded in the county where the same lies, or 'u Is ObeiUIOGe k-- I
dominion.! Mr. Je vas He same party brought Calhoun to the Vice. filiibaster sprii.gs when be starts on his ca. in order that.the Court'may be enabled.to any where else.' The mortgage'Trdof"; r1tnlobn to'ttU chiiAti Wy.But' !CtP"":! }

citlve triumph of the Mr.Republican Madison and party.in 1912 Presidency, a.ed the 4th of March, 1829. reer of"piracy 'and plunder, profaning the know whether such claims are, or are not, Forbes to John Inerarity; of.1820;.;kadbven Sal .rtiol J ill .Rea2atiBea' a fl2positrrely ts.tn :t

was succeeded by the witnessed the proudest pageant, the most holy name of Ji be t1y. Those principle, which goo.l. Tots is the! chaapa.it! m )d a of.et'tIi, recorded.UJ: Gadsden, until the u":1iogpJthree'ord.'And poJi c 1. ot.I4e.u. CMhbhbh'&j,,. j
at. )r. Clay, the leader of Republican called party on triumphant: exulting, harmonious and powerful now prompt the narrow hearts and shallow, the dispute ; it is the best ('' all parties, and >J oow'ex1lb I In loQie.ha'-.ua :yi.iuDye:; b,, Or
in Ae House of Representatives that the party this nation ever saw. The party of heads of men to seek some course .destroy every prudent and honest matt 'on the par- Ii'd the laid} ''TI 11a: : 1sktlfreee : fnrwtr ci Th.jl'Oteci4on 0 )
Mr. Madison and told him party rather than defend the U nion'\nd the Constitution J f:1 ;c.orthriri i .:r .
him into- ower demanded a oneman_ bearing the name of that man and chase will rejoice when the muterjj set mortgages on' recbrd'ln1 'Lebt9Kotrnyi: { By I;
which brought Britain. In I brio ing.him from the hearts and affections of as earnestly invoked by Washington tied.. .;; the' ajor' 'test of. 'g01 g to the record, an'dseeing tf'P rte 6 H ft(4nJ"'t : ,
rt.of declaration of war agaiu..Great declared. The the people.to vindicate their will and sov. and Jackjon. Yes, sir, with that man came Bat there are two classes ,who. deny ,h rot,'o raelv '', the ease' would bediifd .! cdntradjoto'ry j for :tj.a pet
June of that year war -was bold talented and reignty which had been violated in the choiceof the nameof Democracy and thor* principles Company's title ; one, class has never examined a-aiasi )J1i T.t for they 'will I be found 'proscribe eatfioliea asiUiI.; tkns .

7to Federalists, under their the, in its Mr. Adams, by the House of Representatives. which, if they prevail, must soon'lead to the the subject t thoroughly ; the' other class there, 'rd."Jr am the bdiyMaaHo obey, the! < CoQaUtaUor*. .hjc. itl..q

vehement leaders, opposed f ii war. ', Jackson, President, Calhoun, Vice dissolution of this happy government. And is composed bf persons who neither know whom'Afajcfr Beard:alludes,.(when''ha;says)); I dareS, tha4q, I re4tgf2QpniqIbU::: 1 r ,'
declaration\ and in every stage progress.Th President, their friends, ardent, enthusiasticand i when another Gibbon shall come to write the nor care any thing about the title. "This very !Dt;,;Sir. a ahbrt- 'dmV before I, girded aa a testtor 'oiiet l" t ti. H
contest in the House Representarw decline and fall '.of another great empire, bewill.datetie led home i 'm4 I : bus inconsistency .tJ"..- :>
it the united Calhoun.had but one stt"p'more'to 1 believe that most of the settlers are hon. l came twice to ae< to boy'tbe prtstnta.
TTM W fierce:and energetical vas of in.tbe take, when.the measure of. his high, ambition .., decline (rom tbe lime'Van Bu est, and disposed to do right tJ if they were not land toe claims** 'dotty that he stated that With this conv niiop.end d-mjh0p fcUi&i

&M. Henry Clay was the leader of the would be .filled. ren came with his .few principles of old Democrdcy misled by a few conceited and unscrupulousmen which'was not trie1,land Major B ard can' h resolved to. free:; mjseffthehschaztt.ras&o' pilW., t.-t

6' Republican party the champion war. That step' hia friends thought might be easily ,"\\\Q ihe'TwI of Pandora to cover each/as the one'who. bravely seized the l look me!l in the face sWt lraeso. "!So ranch. 1'.J'b' .tlaa Order,,
tod was. in tile Hoise' of Representatives taken, and he looked with confidence to the land'with'rotn and with shame. occasion of my absence to make bit grandu1ourisb'and for Major B's. sta'teme.nJ'leTef .'en to plainly regaled! (ortb.W' ': M'1i

what Jarkson was in 1Sre' 6f 2. The war tbe succession. But he had bitterjtfid unro. To give character and respectability to the : abase me behind my back !- see. Major' Beard on any account;\, ehjleisniatler' not to detect'li 'liJt Dit"oI. tfibi, :

closed triumphantly with itscrowningciciorr..:14 le ting enemies among the Crawford men, Democratic, party its orjjans j daim far.it- a ,This very nan, Sir, a short time before, I !left to bay lan!i'and my position': fa,i i Secre i preveatrme bora "ribifitse'| .
the battle of New Orleans. e Federal talented and chivalrous, arid now..among ,the lineal lr f descent from the, party which ,broughtJefloiaon home, came twice to see. me, to buy the land Is known tn'the eommtm.ty. \'M'ajorUc sne !nny of this,.Order;in.d orsl .

t>arty fell iq/" mighty struggle and.to ,rise no :! mst'devoted friends' (,f'Ja kson,'but still'be I Madjson c and ,Monroe.into: power, : he' claims ; but It.oblhim tbathe'kndVneigh.bor to my house twice, I sappose Of coarse\o ont.: IDa'" .'be...dra..lrom...." I : ,
,morn. It disbanded, dissolved, is which; members I'-' ardent friends of Crawford;one of the noblest' I and 'cta'fni: 'that, these administrations; were I of his could not'get land now on as good sell me Und;..bat I told .joiidta&th1nk( en d.Jt'ttt.ti .fuUI". .tI" 'Ja I'1 :".. .! .. '4 :
.tia dispersed 'in i the manner in specimens of the statesmen of his day.. Van Democratic.- By what'authority do you call I terms'as they might have>once; that bad 'of baying as the ComptoV's titja'' ball Ireftr' re3ate.At'thlo.e Van them) Democratic' They called themselves d\:9rfhTeb. '''TJje ila w1kd di p ttf ;" .' ill >!
iaP admmirfra- Buren; was their choice. Buren was not time then to examine,and, pricejJbeir; ,iaat&meT&ij's: tmy "
of Mr.Madisons] Mr. called to the State .Department by Jackson, RepqWicarj, ,faislpry; .calls ,them,.Republican; lands but must put it off till I returned borne, hoetwhfl dicnssW Use fldeif tiid -1' '. -

. don Republican Secretary of. State,with., and this act struck the first spark that kindledthe !': your .4itJ, is :')llnea! descendant>t/wbydidIB ., i''aad'thaVin' the'mean timo they. coold ;file the to rrre'.M,, .! beHevo1taldyou1wh.nh; l was It .mJslijatWIJ i 'trW.U :

Monroe, ,was elected l the, the Presidency close ol f his flame "of discord in the ranks and in the It ,Dot Gnae don to present day With thd claims'. bi 'they"e.b isid r" good' ,,'anil'thaiuave your house last, that the Apalacbieola.Lad ''ra'fJ, tltf, IW-. .
out opposition, and before councils of the Jackson party. ,Calhoun and ho iu' di1i'ii of its high'ancestry' Why : "'a double ch e'e., :' :' : -' i Company's, title{ was worthless bai the Court ,'J ,,- .. ea wireei m. : .cia j 4 :
administration the names of five great men be- his friends marked'with jealousy" and dfccon- is it att edl Republican.instead of Democratic /"- !Now the th'K'SiiJ' ls.flonnshlngf 'Oratorp'felea'ded will!! tuib aii"gco4? .hesiidz own'wo'j'd.L'rt apon UJ1'm ts"''. ,' r.' .'I.04.,&'1.r.. r r'. 1t. ,

si e're placed' by their respective1 friends tent every demoiMtratioa"'ef confidence'1d ..,)amt&al"'aY8 delce. unless changed I 'to believe Ih&t'he'ieas'better t .s- : NowWir,itfaiis ; "

for," tbe cewrtry as candidates of.-.what for the I succesxslenr know, respect for Van Bateau .He wasmark: 4 :as by marriage,.aJ1la o.jt i is with.your.parly.- '; formed'"v! &of Ike VTVJStates titlfthth( ) .i.iJoribf. ::aDd 'i11Ildto' light apr ihrinka.frooih Mda'a oJi?>t Wby ;

-shall- now speak the formidable .rival of Calhotin."The The Jackson party, when be was about to retire iat' fi : 1 kt \ 'd'iitm-. 'w i. ellt! if J e n 'a f" cttDg are e ilf i ._ t t, k i

D, 4nd .what.I.had other an. .,? tunity In.of December knowing, cabinet of Jackson proved to be" most dlscor- from the Presidency, intermarried wilb.tbe tiered}' rells ickedlg'tr1ng'to"et fi1li8 lit the 'title/ was it right! was it hdriestTl'A! *. ro."'\'I. nen ir... .caUioJ, .., .. .."IIwc't '
*as ..well[ I took. ft4 any seal in, man.the House' pf Repre- dant and inharmonious., They,.were ,alldidrnjssed Van Burenn'ffiocra y ;and took tbat "m'en:16' ; .the t.. s rri ;,-," f ':. 01' "II gain;he'airyej Iwonld; .not hats 'accepted eXWA1oK1U r ,' 0't.t. '-1.J1. e 1... fo' :I
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my that boldness and'decision whichever nam Burl ywha4'-sittth'6rirjd( you pre. rJ' I'I ql..l a nofanbvfqnr-jf4t. ,
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from Florida, and with| : : ij loves'company. agency.of thei..CjOOjpaRyi ad.X r.no t
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eenta'ttves as delegate ia tbe Senate' distinguished tIe actions of Gen. Jackson Sume to give your party.rjame to ibe.party of I: So'much for this man's con'dac11ii relation lieved the Supreme Coart of the. UjIe fWp" rJw.td: 1* .. '

'en. Jackson took"bis seat of Tennessee asa I / But' he; took'care of hit 'favorites.Eatonwas .. Jefferson' ,'and.Madison. 7 Did YOU ever k fY to the Company; i I. 'iI IfI; ..4i States had se'ttledjtM./*' 'Now 6'om: Q1if.,o"'t1, OP.llmi.. '1 .. j
the State
Senator ,from 'i in'all his trials and/dan. sent/to govern;Florida ;:-Van-Bu. names to acend-as' well rnight' posterity at: eOo 'Ald to'what be has said'about ,sip n bknai.itl4Liiat4erof manlty.wjUjddge:by his own codfeuibr]Wlatweo .ou.- t"1k.' O.. .l1 : 44f, .... t.; '
with him .1.
had beta cend and thft t lie before flitfcer.Wllliamn .
claim! to the --d'
sent Minister Plenipotentiary to son : the tItlehetrhj .If
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reD !was / .Mr rPelt.S
boo: I hadparted : jwhere'we'are'iof/: 11u''uj at.y r
of nia .
the dawn ; "}' !
first .
gers from: Pensacola my tn NoY m. England. But he had to pass the fiery ordealof ; the very authority to whom you refer peJrjfect Indifference to mebat'I wbaM be--rex- 'ciooly or hiiestIyd : oFi." f. n1") garnst. aflens, that Ut., P'o .W"IR .U' j
with him near the Senate, where of tie enthusiastic calls ,them Republican-and shows; thenaspe 'if be'sh'oiild iti in !.adj.-the Unicdsthea; r Ii: i
be retired from the Government many ed say an/'thihg my favor .bomnl .eiti !! t 6 ,
when '"
ber, 1821, November 1923, friends of Calhoun sat injudgraent where of Democratic was a.nick namegiventhe 'acc' i iuniiywhere he is known tad I am nor, i9to tLis aociatioifortheir 'W'ICIwuD\f.Katinn of :btwtJaNautrlftllAlW'-.mDt.cIi .

{ ofeFl rida, and visit: im him! at tbe hermitage, he himself presideoTVan Buren was rejected Republican party by.the Federal partJ'7 fur H'wbnld at once create a'wspidoa'to tnypremdJce. 't btiJ'.a.geeady i dl1i"tlTJI( Migb p. peopIati.. .. ... tr ad. L r.:, .,
I was on my,wajt) I learnedon He 'had already ben chosen by Jackson as I A name of reproach, just as your party I is r., tINt most influent!*! 'artdGadsden "' 6I 1f ..1. P. ..tJcven "'
I and thenceto IKasMagton not his successor, and 4is rejection by the Senate I now called Locofoco by the Whigs, and you 'I'will repeat, my dear Sir, what I have saidto county;;ou *1xJ; oad*'ftprttontad 'tlti' : ? ano .
my jottn 1wfhphaAiHlMtt551 may confirmed.the.nomination of Jackson. It was 'but repeat* that mcTfnarae"when you call..the you and others that I would not have accepted his county.in,both brAd! b'el of the Legislative reTigto'n' ,arid'tirs' !IiThed, lold .

express that mv oldchief) be was a Sepatorvand anociated"on universally regarded ,by the friends ofJack. i honored puMican party' Denoeratic. the Agency of the Company,' had I Council,.and this lf presqrbe ,,..is !ie.cauof, c I .T ;
Hhat should meet and again r I bare stated, .that the political history of '' :' i' J i **' :* i ," t..iLir'th1"'U fr
* we blow aimed at him, and where I tbe the | w* ldilt
in ft11t
Wo. son as a every not been satisfied that the Supreme Conrt wt- great spleen so cObpicuoii iViajors. 4 ,
a different theatre :_"action. die cry ,went.up i for Jackson and' Van Buren. i our country proves the origin of the Republi. tied correctly the.{act that the :Forbes Pur. lett .. Hereirstliatheis'abbattobe' :'M >r.nertJ .' ;4iopld.mig' ... .p.enOd ia_ .-. ITo
Celled together to.>VasHngton,:we messed the It w .' flelot"ed tfca Jackson, w1ao,I know pan and Federal parties to have been in tbeCon chase is the property of the ApalachicolaLandCompany. ," and'dead/'sdch'a 'fai.a!'stab to:his: .j q liu.. \ 'a'l J"J :.: /
gether, we went ao and !9' et&rned from roost earnestly desired to retire to private Jife..after atioq'which: the constitution of ,'.. interest u aD k'd.agency y,' with nt'any in- end the .rtff1.U1auer.! -f f'

if capitol together, and.1 nJt'1t.d W.and. cofidice I the expiration! :of.hi. first,rPresidentialterm the United States; arid' that the leading t feature ''I would not be an instrument to cheat anybody cumbranees.U! .right arid_tide, ,would:b>.very confess that I b ."',aooekin. J- 1 r u. :: 4 '

,to the ..a.rne.unlimited .ltent' ; enjoyed should be :Te-elec l d,'aadjjiat t y&n !Bn-\! of distinction between these two partit"1was.the'po.er especially my friends and' neighbors, proAuble t d.epdVeoient ia these hard times. ge4'.ali4t b1ieyi I hs 'a't'p,; nn> I
strained free. :
Ws society with Ae 'same 1II ren should be elected with, him as Vicepresi.dflntT5' claimed by the Federalist for among whom I live, .expect to be'buried, and 'Sept ''hhiissK". .'.;>:JBRADWELL.. ': der..h JMw'. tea &r,:eoosfoy
oooi which had marked ooriBlereoorse eamp. '' Vl i"r', ?T'l .t"j(;a :1. the executive department. and the resistance L._ '. -. -- 'I:' 1/. .- "
I / f 1 eb tdren. If my sUtenienta are 4 II
to : qi.
lwat, jtaocn u the .aid.dep1. Here was &r4sa-.aprnmitunt4tefltlfl; by,: the .Republicaa."part"JG'ahi5'eairo. ,of sufficient&thy to 'satisfy? ibe doabting"I shall ,/.Th hridiaflA4 J7) i.U.aVIbe: timfav 1 : l .. fe* b1AC. $&<
l -a."bl' .confi.iJcntial ,iiN, .sir ibis. distinction to : '01
w. Wii
Jacltfon m'ih* armY..aJd ,tbe: &tory.ofthafddtJ.H'c..thOG1t: .ad bit A1 power. '''greatly" regret it for their sakes;' bat I'shallare7the '' ingiVmV the strengtoaning.. of tetootrji I
f friend. TVs arti ...a.nd jwbefe.will M EoiTdi : Permit! me 'throngb :the ;
poHlical : the'DeiOocratioandWbig !
i.sland to mmar, h"ej out-o'C! Uy iuilu iffhg/aekl. f I Ii' consolation to reflect that 'did all by'ridd1n tt<6f fta trtf: stlr1aU2" < it-
_'gave rnea" position month'i* .fdat ion oartyio solid column.J' And Tennessee, you6cdthe-Damocracy; ".::1,T oa,will;find 'tc6 ldt: 'nreverit injury:'to. many ;who mAy colamns pf your' paner to. assign'niy reasons .t Jw.VtlVk iMJ.M2 .'Whfr ,. -r. e
.boie-1hat Ich"m'&gb! od.eitte: J t>! }""<"' 3 :" J' 'J''I1.OU'" jtUft.die: position of (he old'Federal,'party. ; N
: Tennessee tbe'abfberVofHI : for frbhrtlii socallftd'AmeHcan'party FIiIl.s
dlY; ? bray, ge.pero s7 npble anaioiost unlimited 'fo'o t late..Vepent the 'IcoafldencB thy. plj. e In'l'fc''L" tHdrawCng .."., ',: NTIJ
rieoee oWcI have claimed.ii M4 Ii ep4id. ) '( -! f1t ( l&mingrthePraidEnt! .
: 'G ii1 hi'ihb F \tt'llM JeItc. if" I II ? and oaie efalr few'ihqaria"for I .tlie! : 1 f'1 1 1', W I .r.. t" t,T .
JJ.lDJChuru. .an be. rfcttiiword rf Ittt.1!power y white tibWJigs,1'governed>by I 'ot .f ." Ii.tte'V.L." 'Yr .
mJose ts4AoIv7 :: lratk' td'1h8iCield..a placed # x.'V: tn11 f6tt! j jrt Ins.nrt' "" JRllr < 'w !" .
..f oh.ie 1. sake r n o 1 .
sstznen reat.dts2zli of 4heii r'puhlsc1n.pady. dotf -'l; 1.\h -
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l ,idutj'in lib "k""Jtlsi J.on'l 'JOHN BEARD; I ; h_ Ilh.r.p 01' 'k. Dti:
'of thatds3'. A1I1I bpon te'iik.. qt Lbt4xnketG4heeIeaItiva.a; 'lJ jj coavi ':i'i,I".iI' h 'E..., -. -'' ,:1 I 1 I' T i'naUijy;: t'I a'n itdkrfr, nbkJ Sr'1.J '} '11ida1i8thdeF
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;i Ite fflbnb ibe diamond from die roclr and sent If fyrth.. to :u.! Jh'lIfl.11, : illjryours'i( t }1./Hi ."p Shl1 POlnt1t.FtoH ; j, 3) 'ill; ,Oi'tlll I was.. induced to join a secret ponueal' Qraer; ; t'fnif btJ":1f : -
_: e eU pmboapU,, R. K.: CALL : j I .t ".11"c1 :,4)OtLIfl' ( ?t < vt-t'' r
I .uUot' the >H jn .!l HiJtoJltianry, nftM T'nAir'ji* ) 11)t :H .I n" ; p.-fl caHea! 'Know' Ndthingji." -A\ firaf, riyrng.p'tr- "i ed' bri. ; faidajid -
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'D llt tf, &WMty'&f Jtrdr yJ l'J*r Mr. EDITOR-My attention has been called dirtbriW mi 'pldW'U101l. o bsj3'p t?,fjorr. I
,, fltiestr featW titfi"ftoo'k tUBaam*ltote&rfi fTaf W ai1/"fcfVi"aao?' : afetter'oTMtjAf' Besrdio! wKich'T s p- .1'ieoiitk4MtIg 'hI NUcelpiri&Ja.Doticina 'tiMiodOtbfbU eoordingJ tt& II eal 1r "l"'I'i .

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'had Jackstnq rodtt-wtailJd.rftroltagainst dbfHJihoi Now1Yrkat'o4r.y iotecrity and I poly ittr" = iAiUi t UjmliH ..i III
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Lrlbcan& daofll.JliiP T Democracy. Thus I Beeatae Democrate.Wfs1ih r1ltdn i'Thk .. .. .
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ttf t onrnal : 'ana Ie exercise, lj tWrasdvea, of"at pow : called public IN' democratic ; and !fn pjpe'tfnrjrfrderitain. ndtfier Creditable to his o preserlptfdB -7. ti '.I" .r i -

g1nbianj ;, .: feat character'became: founder of the political AntI ti fairileiL !'H a'II exactly gut. TIle, Know Nothing papeT in Jacksonville. ..Fai.4ow.Cmzns-Tn coneenc ct tLeelcknesa'fff
., -. - ..,.. b 4 d.Le.'r'ptaWlean.' I-.''.. 1., I ri.., J' -I'. .' school blbbaiiite'cblereailekitheUnitedSat iil ent oa'. e,1iJt Be. ,!'dies What ia 411thabid.be ia i ia a terrible rage becattie G. W. CaD, Eso., my family, 'it has een, and tear
.'- TALLABA88EK : "r .the" .' 'forms*'** "r or.t .ptInci I.- "?..,: ,ar1yiMu1dbe II' < l; "! ,'i' ', ," ," txtpprutet what Benton- meant bye1 refo le8 to swallow the horrible oath of the Will' be impMtible} for me to canvass the

tolerate -..-tfiat the rights of the (States Here is testimony'which "ftt'once overwhelms th few' cardinal principles f bdld democratic : dark lantern order and to'join t In the antt>A. County previous to the J"I letioii.diii I ,1'fPt .

lat..ay, September tJ IS55.' Gen. Call, and from his witness toWkeYaniBareu of on account of the IDOftI iI I 1emt1]
t4 .__ should be sacredly cherished- that the federal : oiq school" which were merican proscription persons some or ml .
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: .- i ; concfitntion 'should be strictly-construed. !too. It establishes the identity between ibt -
r .N t 4 t ti..fit.J-Jl1iIlH9f'.. abdine Owen exercised not clearly definedpaIpably.neceaary ocratic and republican parties, and:expose* 4 _Let the .reader*,tarn to the eXtnIwhich issue of that sheet "'theeditor makes the foUllowing l 'wnerene8.y.I.cI" - ; ..

the GeneraTs"disi gannous 'gwbb1big t,Q 'GJn. CJ'inakes V riom.tbis letter, begin gross and scurrilous attack ofThlm, De-ot"ci"1o Q:1ifMf. .
'-- to.'the of
;-". ", ,. .-- =--..- ._ : ; P : carrying out ti..
V .h. tot -' .ato. btu. 'powers already enumerated and hence denied iame:. But let us haveMr.:Benton'stestlmbny nirigtvHh"Forward is the word"and ending i wKicn reTmblisnihat our-Whig readers may king advantage :of.my.nZifo :;

i D .. ri, t the right to tobarterbanka pass high protee. aa'to'another"important po"mto4tt1ie political ?,;PUI) Jtke( yjoti worth ''conteftdiflgjfor see what terrible castigations are an store for misrepresentation -flbe ttell ..fi wm .,

J""I' :-.'--. .. .. ,- Hve Uriffg or...g iirayitern& of internal affinities of Mr. Adams,(the younger,]) year-own account" cod dieD J read straight t'on them should feey.presume? :to exercise ,their *impossible forttdTOeoncetiinformed \ ;:
; ... 4J .-nre.Oamp. 11..thgkrI and Gen. Jarkson, the reconstruction of saMe freemen and JWdideto that'it IstionsorthCouy eoir '.
1M w : -sHl r'. pjgt Ciri improvement;'and\wmHhm Ibr'keepingfhe! par- as follows from the letter:, rights as, oppose an y M>t'Ii\t'trr.JIC-
.. 4 TV* UY. tM government.as far as:possibielromiconsoh'da. fiesond their affinities with the old parties.- The :dynastyof 96,(the federalists) has order its advocates claim has Ibeen erected .where 4heW2 Kb*.. .***

.. kt. &,: 1j. ISOt .p.fcWe tion. These were a few of '&e.cardinalprinciples" On-page 111, be says : the Bank of the UnitedStates in its-interest ; upon the ruins" of the whig and democratic eat opposition to the Railroad Tax lhat /

: .1 : -- I .. -J. which," eeparated two riies' "The. 1ection 'of General Jackson was a and tile'Balk of'theUnited; States has drawn parties, and is therefore not a" whig trick f' responsible for the impbthlonm9ttugMt
4 triumph of democratic incjple, and an apserfionbribepeople's into its vortex, and wields at its pleasure, the of this It is absurd
tax. '
hare'recerf. *d the.. lOUres.. delivered'by'i.XlEvorajart .. formed by Hamilton and Jefferson, and which right to them. whole high tariff and federal interned improvement I'GEORGE W.CALL,ESa" to "PJ M

I ,, .q.M the. late. democratic-_. continued to separate' them until' federalismstank selves. That principle had been govern violated inI!I party. To set up (or-yourse1f, and to The.lallt'Tal1&h l'aee. Floridian in' a brief number of persons can be gulled by tlua Bii i,'A

t rowtioii" ; in ,Gjidideti.. ,.a .copy. of nvhicH had in the nostrils of the people, and its advocates the presidential 1ec tin-the House of Rep raise an interest which can unite the scatter article under.the above caption; says :-" We representatioD is too shallow deviVe to

-btea.solicited for publication.' It will appear- were fo/ced, '"through shame and resentatives in the session 1824-25; and ed elements of a nation, you will have to take are Democratic pleased to.anti-Know,see from the Not proceedings of ensnare even the roost Ignorant It infi .
.. the sanction, or rebuke, of that violation wasa positions which are visible, and represent prin"iples ing meeting remembered hat alter due
'$ :: a Qr next pap. r.Apnrai mortification, to abandon their organization which felt and understood will hel d .at Jacksonville. on the 20th August, notice:and* fait
; .. leading question in the whole canvass. It are ; you ? *
k j _- 7. This did the that this talented t .andiinfluential whig and free discussion of the question. na"> &
2 'they dnring Presidency of Mr was also a triumph over the high protective have to separate yourself from the enemy by repudiates +*
: .,- 'htrkk- .aIth.I Monroe, when, being reduced a contemptible policy, and the.federal internal improvement partition lines which the people can see. The Know Nolhinpsoi" and declares his resolution two-thirds of the'.votes given' in uVCoQult

.: letter from this gentleman, whose' minority, they'saw ft' was' ,vain, under policy, and the latitudinons construction of I dynasty of 98 (federalists), the Bank of the to oppose it. were in.favor of the tax. I took no pot fa
been mentioned thtir the constitution ; and of tho democracy over Uriiteft Slates, the. high tariff party, the Jede- The fact contained in the above evidently the public discaulonx the .
hu frequently old to the question
.t name, struggle against republicans sjconce1veuiaL
the fcd'eralLcl-s, then called nilumal r publicans "fil internal imvrovement. rtartv.. are aeatmtyou. creates more sensation among the Tallahassee .. . _. ...
ti)!!..with:the Board County Com. and hence they.merged themselves into ; and tea the re-ettablishmcnLof-parties Now,;if you are not' against" them co the Democracy than in the.locality where the i am no .m.:' responsible 'fa

;; 'mB on&8: requests wtft state-that the-con. the ranks of their.victoridus opponents, on principle, according to the landmarks of woplp. nnd myself, as one of the people, can all-at-once tcry .distinguished Mr. Call re* the vote of.the'Conntyith n-any.other 'ilq&

: .t !!iJnorhis health preejtaea.thq. posfibflltyofhis But there was in ;point or'fact no fusion; because the 'early apes of the Government. Fnr ai--{ see nothing i .between yon and them worth sides. No excitement whatever was manifested ble citizen. iBy thls-.vote,ithe-VourK ;

; : ..being"*.,,canddateforj' | re-elect'and' ".al1, there,was no' abandonment! of principle though Mr. Adams had received confidenceand contending {for.in.a national point of view.," here when, .the talented and influential (?) mlssioners were inrstrncted'the 'fo't:: .ttott' -

.; he ibeiefore.tropes' ithat,he.-.uUl be .excusedfrdia'further 'by them,.except'in a few isolated case. and office bad classed from Mr.with Madison the democratic and Mr. Monroe, This extract commences just where Gen. gentleman mevting. Mr.made Cill his has debut until at recently a Democratic repeatedly road, and if we bad diarejpm&d &e&

; ; ;,Stiryic* and' soll\O"'other. gentlecrun They retained their federal dogmas, and in i during the fusion of parties in the "era party of Call left of. He knew if he went further,
A selected in ni? stead. rt their new character as republicans sought to good feeling," yet he had'previously been fed he quoted more, he would be blown up with with Know Nothingism .believing as be frequently an act of die Legislature, and .after,dno"c'

.t t *** We'R; estithelname'oCSoionaon" Sills of accomplish 'the' objects f r-which they had eral ; and in the re-establishment of old'party his own petard, and PO-he suppressed the expressed himself that .it was just the tice and a full discussion of tinqtcSicaj-we

: MiecosakJe, xnlfeu of Kr. Smith's. contended .:as a distinct party. Republican lines which *to take.place afterthe election miterinl part of the whole letter-that part thing to whip the Democrats unth. Now.that .would have been recreant to tnirfj/nd

d 1 t" "p_. "-*-- _. _" leaders, tlwugli .at first dec i8.1W at last of Mr. Adams'in the House of Representatives which shows what the few cardinal principlert he has found that many an honest Democrat have incurredjhe censure which. fUch'.CQnda: t
his affinities, and policy, became thoseof joined 4he ranks of'the.Know Nothings, this .
I See the Substantial reasons given by An. through the guise of ;tbe old enemy ; and his former-party: and as party,tiilh.many o( the old democratic school" were, remarkably ;influential gentleman thinks it would richly" f:deserve.' ; ?.

j) : "thropos/ on-the"first page, for his withdraw- among these was Jefferson himself, who, in individual-exceptions, they' came his supporters which were to make Van Buren worth contending wont do after l-ae.ms tiprefer! .affiliating After-the yoto'3,taken, the active friends

; .al from)the Know' '{?iii ng: The. .auihof is ,a letter to Judge Johnson, dated June 12, and'his strength. 'General Jadson,-on for," and which Gen. Call .lrnottI i *with the.ffi'e61lzoldingfpodion.)(;the De of the road:urged the County CornalsnoDefs

_;! a eitban.of:Jackjwn County.Call's : 1823, after stating the.original objects of the the contrary, had always been democratic, so wctc-'Aisjprinclples, time and were the mocracy. No tone could better be spared I to take stock U the ,amount of "f.1 160tXXi)

; ; 'I I federalists to have been, 1st, to. warp the government classing under the when he was a senator in Congress principles of Jackson, and of the Republican him from out-of-it theranksotheArnerjcan shall party. With which,was the subscziption. contended for 'b
administration have
Second Letter. of the first Mr. Ad. we strong hopes of -
: :;Geaer to the form and principles of Fathers and the discusa'ona ,beiore' the lie
which he election
more ams, and when party lines were most straightly knows were not the success-liu-our county at least Whilst the but .
: ':' {it(w.quHe evident, from' the' two opening monarchy, and, 2d, to weaken the barriers of drawn,'and upon principle: and as such principles which destroyed the flibertiet of Whigiparty-existed, and since Mr. Call has Board thought' It prudent not to subscribe

.j : pin ranns.of, Gen. Call's long and labored' He State governments. 'as co-ordinate powers, now receiving the support of men and States Greece two or three thousand .'Jean"&01- been voter-in this county, we are assured, more than .'l00)OOO.at.th_ titrie, and' leatp

i l' j Jetter, that to disfinguiehed aath iI'is losing adds: 'I vhich took their political position at that time, and which Gen. Call furthermore fcunrrwereintiasueibeforettnerpeopleiin I that be did more to defeat,--Wbigs4ban elect it with the,n, County. tn_ dPt__._.rmjnAftn___ __.._..;.
t that eqaanimity of temper naturaUy.to be exi -' andhad maintained it ever since-Mr.. _. MACAU_ _n___ them-fotnetimes by an' oen; ,boasting-oppo .nn'J -
;: CI Tn ftJ.Atfirrl;. .,t'JUW'M-m.. :MPn M I'tlmrUet and Mr. !a2\with Jackson sition but wbet1er.tLeotber45OOOO abaifbctakoynot.
Randolph for and more exercUe of
. -" -- ---J -- example, >the Statesof JuentlbJ'rtbe .
;: pected from oneof his years and expeiencete ; foiledy the .universal sirito.theatioi', Virginia and Pennsylvania:" .President and 'Van 'Buren for Vice on the that political duplicity for whrah rhe.is so dis Under this state of facts, the Board of
: hut>rhetb>r'dw exhibition of this irifinnitre"salts that they have abandoned {the enterpfize, Commissioners /
.j: : What could be more conclusive.than this ? ono side, and-Clny and Sargent on the other, tinguished. Fortunately one's vote was nnnimouslyree.f't.. tale
I; .. r : :from i.a,conscious. $ense "of.failure in sus- shrunk from the odium of their old appellation, Tie-knows! that they triumphed gloriously affected by his course but his own-hi* antecedents I one hundred theusand dollars.worth. of stoclr,
And mark this ,,
and hisaide taken themselves a participation of ours, and testimony 'boroe 'by Gen.Call's too well known, admit -
I (aiIiinE,4er1ao much fuss parade, ana that the were to of his I and in order that the interests of the County
1 under the'p, o-fYpuhlican mask, are now own chosen tritnesx, the only) oiieindeed dynasty o/98, (federalists,) prepetrating:that mischief in the Whig.
i is
of the
: .: ]; controversy, or consequent upon aiming at their second obj(ct'and strengthened ho has summoned to the stand, and were routed, horse, foot and dragoon," as he had so often.attempted whilst partywhich resident might be represented neglected my own W
. : .j the wanton"and nprovoked"' by unsuspecting or apostato recruits therefore a witness whom he not they had previously been in the election of in.other localities of the Stat
'f? which'be.alleges have'been committed upon' from our ranks; are advancing fast towardsan may impeach 28, when parties had been re-constructed on .The,Democracy are welcome.toitheir new pense to attend the Stockholder.' meeting,
Mr. Benton
!;; Jt liltn, is hot tor ns to deten irie. Certain it i8,- ascendancy.! : distinctly testifies i that the federal associate. He tbe Fri. '
.. 1 principle, according to the land-marks of the can now play. man and have-since devoted, par mytinie.to
: that in the iix 'columns with party -was revived by Adams and 'took the day" to the U. 8. Senator Delect with beitei
1. mo this without remuneration what
thesame let service ,
: : again,during 'year-in a ofu'N8tion early ages of the government"-(see Thirty any
name 'Republican' and that the success probably .than.heCnre- the American
.. which he haa .favored'the there has '
J: : ter to-Gen. Lafayette, he said: democratic Years' View, pages 111,282.) But wha'tboots party of Duval).oounty being relieved of ever. Since the above Stock has been taken,
republican rallied around
of to conrietni or party ;
: been
: ptentiful.l&Ck" proofs it to pursue this matter further t-to refer what they.feared-would be a drag to them, an.instalment fiveper'cepf'baa called
)Vho is to be the next President! the Gen. Jackson and these
least i parties were again "'
,l'. of having, don&himthe. rijustic. topic here.of every conversation. My qpinion ( to the elections of t36:n'd''SJO, when every will now.achieve glorious and brilliant vic for. :.the Company to pay for locating'this

t, ;'1" ; 'There. 'have, been. ah I'abundance,I'of wortJtjantabdndance on that subjectus. what. expressed to you in established on .piin iple, according to the. well-informed person knows that the" car. tory. Road aDd.for. .instruments 1 to be us* d:b.'tta Jo1 -
landmarks ofihb *
of the
., ;_ of chargea-andassertiens---butthe :my last,letter. tEhe question will_be ultimately early ages government dinat principles of the old democratic school," The'AVir is disposed to apologise for this cation and ceustnictk and inortterio meet
* :: : whole; may bej sqmmed in this sentence; reduced to the northernmost and southernmost ; .and we all know that these divisions this
'1. :. up so distinctly pointed out by Benton and so scandalous assault by stating that Mr. Call's instalment the County Commissioners a|
candidate. The former will have continued to exist down the
t Parturiuai monies- nascitur ridicuhts muI get every I to present .
full of the Board
' : I speech had so thoroughly knocked Know- a meeting .unanimously
Gen. Call
federal vote in the U niCn. and republi. : thus the adroitly suppressed by were the
1 -4C The many day, identifying '
respective parties
mterpreteo1, means, mountain
tstichVbeing Nothingism into fits in Duval" that the editor agreed levy a.tax sufficient for thatpar
cans ; the.latter. all those.denominated of basis of I principle> on one side, and were opposed ,
with those of
: : b.aajeen: in labor.,', ', and ,brought forth a :the old school l;, for you are 'not to believe: a previous.age. Of Gen. Jackson's by the dynasty of'federalists:{ ,)". of the Republican was in consequence in "n pose, and ordered the Tax Collector. !o pro

i :.. : .;-tho\re:" that those 'two parties w; m 1gamatcd, that inaugural address, he says : "It on the other ? Need anything further bo. complete state of )lunacy." ceed to its collection. ,

1ft. ''proceeding.to notice the other por- the lion and the lamb archiving: down'tpgether was a general chart of Democratic principles," said ? Need we show that Gen. Call fled In all this,tit will ibe seenthat I hare not
The Hartford Convention the i of Orleans and of his first this to "
victory message testimony is borne: OUR SIDE-TheKuow Nothi'ng.
of Gen. Call's communication it wouldpefnpsbewellto organ a singleinstance assumed respbnsilility
.4 1ia the enemies of his any
j ? confidential friend"to"the
the peace of Ghent. prostrated, ,the It was strongly Democratic and contained in this toibe '
city has.appeared wonderfullyelated .
in conflict with the law the
? t I.to mind the issue be.j .express instructions
'J -11:i name of federalism. Its votaries abandonedit dynasty of 98, (federalists) -when be
recommendations of nature to .the.idea that.some :
many a simplify at of the candidates
I; .j 'tween ni. 'lInpubliihingtheGenera1's Nash- through shame and mortification, and .now joined the Whigs in 1840, by pointing to.tbeir of the people and the .concurrence of
:t .4: :rBlo epoocU,, wherttn :be committed several call themselves, republicans. But the name ( nd:purify the working of the government, efforts at the famous extra -ees n to fasten on the State:Hard ticketin New York belonged the other County Commissioners. _.And..now.

l ;j': .grave..ifrrort of fact:end made: most vehe alone is changed-the .principles arc the and to carry it back tothe times of Mr. Jef-- upon the.country some-of'the identical measures -i to;the-proscriptive: order. That was some would ask where is the question at issue!..-

." san"I erson-rto promote its economy and efficiency, little comfort, amid such a general Know honorable wishes'toLl elected
Democratic My
ri: t; .ment.attack'npdn.ihe partyw'erefuted throttled :"by*Gen. Ja Uol1,'which Van opponent

;' ; i some of' his errors. and. charged. .Himt. And again, "to ,William. Short /. rGen. andrto maintain, the rights of i the.,people and Bonn had opposed, which 'the democratic Nothing stampede on the slavery question; .Judge, of Probate,and* so do. I.* He,voted* for
*r "1 *
" I i w t.! political inconsistency< in that:"he had Jackson, had. .,been, cheated-put-of hU ejection. of, the States tin Its adniiJi Jtrafion. And party bad opposed,and which Gen. Call himself but alas the Hard'organ (the Daily New,) the tax-and so did I. In this,:'we Are perfectly J

and'had held l fed' Baldwin :his again-on page 224-5 : puts a cruel extinguisher on bur neighbor's are l. If there is. difference of
:,. : :;.; onee been a Democrat high as says .in Party.Leaders had opposed, and which they were only 4 any

.1: ;*raI;ofiices' for a long" period of time under two cunnwjg.politicians,"(Adams and-Clay. ,) '. ?THE first message of President Jackson, prevented from consummating by.the firmness hopei and joys. The'Neies says :- opinion between us on'this ,subjectam not

>rsHboe8Mv d9raocratic! administrations," arid he delivered at the.commencement of the sessionof There U not a man upon the HardDemocrat'c : aware of it and would be glad to hare it gech
1' ,V J saysrTfcere.V 1829-30, confirmed the hopes which the of John Tyler and of that spartan band of '
State ticket
( Mr. Follett
(. t that BO soon. as 'these rsrd *withdrawn hd erally known.
; : re'any no amalgamation. The democracy had placed in him. It was a message democratsin Congress who had sworn.upon whom ike-Herald coolly states to be Know
"- '] .piad'the oppon and became -an active parties exist now a*heretofore. The one, in- of the Jeffersonian school, and re-estab- the altar oftheir country never to desert, as Nothing) who is-or-ever-has ''been-.member In conclusion, fellowc5tliens, ,I must return

i .end zealous member of a party against..which.forbad detd'has ihrcien off ils old name, and thus.not lished the land-marks of party, as parties Gen. Call had done, the cardinAl principlesof of the th-deror whom the Herald or anyone you my'sincere thanks for baring twice

:i: : battled the I larger portion of his life. yet asruintda nev. >one,although/ "obviously'ton were when> founded on principle. Its salient the old democratic school!" else can prove to be or to have been connected elected to-the-cffice which I'.again,'and

;_; Gen: Call admits. that.he heMp ofi5ceyunder'J&ftson .. (solidationisis U'VitSubsequent? p 5rtt-waa dle;Bank of the United States, and _- with it." perhaps for ilie last fime, atk'at 'ybur"haaifa..
,. its
non-renewal of charter. He
; :1; : acd Sfqhreethat;; Jie wai continued events' verified to.the letter the pose to the'reoew l,.both on grounds was of con.op. On Its Legs Again ; Our coteroporary, however, only made a I have cndeavdaithtully to discharge the
( iin .John declarations. of 'the Jretired. statesman.-. Fed. mistake his duties of the.office for the,last four and
::4'. :iEee-by aiacy.'Adams.; hatCfen.. -. constitutionality: and epedien y. Such a We are pleased to see that the Apalachico. slight .locating brethren Mr. years

:', 1 : scpmrnoted: : Etm to a" higher-position'usrfithit *eralism'was ttf ** agaiajh the' > ascendant In the message, from such a man 'annanmot qptto La Commercial 'Advertiser has been revived Curtis.Hawiay,the Soft candidate for Canal if re-elected) I shall endeavor be. equally

Mr;,Van iBaren'Te-appointe
: ,4 'thmetttiiesbatwqa1mithatt from! ,the xepdblican ranks(&moog.whomw&8; .the democratic spirit of the country (, pro. and belonged' Avon'Council; he worthy of the trust, .1 will cot'complain a*
; 1 prietor-lost his entireoffice, by fire last spring, .
. i The #democracy felt as if they were "P'
,; : .the'. : ,administrations. .' of< ;Madison" "Monroe- ;.andJaduumifere Clay,) who adhered' his' fortunes andHdenti- to seethe .constitution restored before they butbehas 'lUCceed dJo re-establishing it, in is the only one on either side .who ever has your selection., :

'.' .4 Demeeratie, and'asserts;what fled', them es-with Bis .ijrninistr tlhntand- died.-'the .young, as if they were. summoned anew and(improved 'iforra. .The Adverriser been in .affiliation. with the. Hindoos. J I -Very. retpe tfally, "f. j- ?., .

., : we deny, that 'Van Buren was the founder j iri**'flie'succeeding'r ..1ft ,. Jf 'elecGon. theur; i<:f&a'ag ne. to the .reconstruction-of the work of their (a. I was formerly whigHnit Js'heredfter.to be.neutral : Yo r fellow itf, ,I ,

', JI -f.tbe' Deinocratic'party* and "first: demo- raj_sifting of the_.republican.forces and.a.re. hers. It was evident that a great contest The Sentinel quotes ex-Senator; Foote in r '. D.'WGWYNN.iM .
'.' construction of the w.coming on, and.the of its assertion that the whole _' :,' -
f titPre; aftali"1' .Here. then, is the issue parties upon same basis odds.entirely against -_ support during ----I- .
: ; that had the,Prcaident. On the one side t1 ..undiredP : 'of his' -mri JaPt, ,fJtfJJa... It ;
: : b tvreeo8a.! ,Gen. Ciil'ba suid. aUahatean. of-principle 'exi.sted'from the origin The Apalachicola Commercial Advertiser course Administration, Mr. Fillmore
ihalanx J"r '' '
-:1 1 rf i- -. of,the federal-party (rorth y'had ;not t v f f W '
of the Irdvernment This1 drmfch has existed did'not; .app iDt.'a .freesbfler to oftic But .Norfolk ,and Poj-tamouth are. tifl aet.
i- be pot .forth iin, support of BIS poaition.bu / i'i* 4 ""* then taken the name. whig; ) ; a )Harg part,of f knocks into pi" the Sentinel's figures about ;

f! .y : -how far be lias sacceoaedin making: out'bis t9.tii: ;psnc4yn4' .identifies;parties,} no the democratic, party, yielding! to precedent Satrfe" victory in that city. The first an- will the '..editor tell_ 'unequivocally whether though-in adimiuh&ed. jdegree.wjtljctbitttr

:case our readers will decide:when they:.thaJl matter'rwbsther they be j clled republican, and judicial decision ; the bahkatself: ,.wHHJita nonncementof.the; pretended victors appear Corwin, F.il P1ore'-&Seoretary:fthe Treasury, tibia 'scourge,"the Yellow!Fever. In a few

: !,aare perused w-cat::follows.' I democraticor or'"loeofoco," federal,, national colossal money power-its arms iu. every ed inthe New York.'Xrell.., The Adverti was or was not .J& >freec6iler I If.h&denies shbrt.trtonths..' 'Death has'cut" down kuT thousands
".. r ..'' \ !ItJ 9' .not neeeMaiia' ; order to disprove repnbliean'ior'trhjgl"\rith-thoseof' a former State the State by means banks-of its branches-its, over the power business over ser says: that, he was,we promise-to-pm.the matt rc p. \\a" .the* cfevpted citie*:, : Aloi,:how

7; Gen. Call's rtJOD'and castaio. our own, to geueratoptoo clearly! to''admit'of question! community-over public.power men who should become It; seems evident,'however, rtJat.the'articlewas ori.
:, 4 travel tie came ground' already gone ov.crby' Now tHisit:; anjumd .4jnev.of things which its debtors or retainers-its organization not written by a Southerner, else.would absurd, that. we are surprised thai any respectable strong in health and ia hopes; bjefAftd.witii

lv .'Httol At .a nsen...outside view of partiof, lot Gen. Call has taken'" good. care,like the ingenious under> single head! .issuing i its; : orders- I'B never have.chosen an j abolition free soil paper paper should repeat:itWhji an abundance, in the midst nuailyahd fiieoda
and uibblin i iUw de&boas of secret, to,be obeyedin; all places and 1'U 'as his'medium ,communication The i entire tb have 'Wen:stKken, tfdwnr'by the' hand ofDis-
'North unrelialik
Lit | : ,ieatnres U ,at majig' party at totally onthV ..
correct$ -
ig ry' )! )tBrjBan! subordinates at the same moment. 0a Ii.wjis a't.that: the! 'result of ithe'-eleCtiou attributed : .j- ),: f h dot.
: ppeart1e.bet4e reason"i studiously : slavery question5:: to.7a"1JWi'for tie ..caa* Qr; ft4saLd..n4 tng ,.
wrong voting
: J latzpjQtbo tllelecflon .rGen. Jackson. r the .formidable .array.on .,one side:j, on' tae to the Influence'of the mysterious *individual ; ; :.
) .:j 8aGehiThas; given ua 'onlyitiie.shell- to..ignore!J and,.keep,.oat pnvie-w/! ;, but other side a divided, ,4emocratic party, ,'dis- Sam,' ";is all moonshine. The.elec WUmot Proviso, (Corwin imong'.the'crowd,) .4 l d1Oill3L: JJot. ..iiotPreridemwitout ,\no afiiction

the kernel he 1 4Velu6louchcd. The .great 4;.!would bean, insult. ,to. !his understandiog. to heartened by division, with nothing 'torely tion was'of' purely a local chani teriidcompetency and;3nuatering only three ,votes for; the,Fugi saniegobd in .iti, thoPorts'

1 cardinal principles which dirld'ecf the federal- charge that iie did not,, .know_ ,. when,parties upon but the goodness of .their.'cause' ,'the and supposed effici l.were.t; oa ,tive-Slave, law, .and ,pot oneof: ,tbes.:fitm ,!sun'ennffi"6fHl* -siif t'Ji'*; : "plSfef} NbffdUc. 'and

4 1ita"ma; v bUr';r:;' "i i "*';"'- 'b .i..m l&I. :* .recopstrncted under the yqung"Ad- vrestige of Jackson's name-andthe presidential qualifications: required.'J&ai': &aaBdt rll1mQl''own ;State,;can the Sentinel rteally noouth haT., iciilfcltortn, /iF i1 biru'o ho
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: b 'rer.\> tJt i. ; u :it* it j* -> > ) than yet taken his 'residence -Apilacbieala fc. / liii1 ; r'rt'Union.
W.t' :' power-good; against any thing 4ess up ,
re onltruction' mt Ietr.4uiat b nofreeidflert.tfo'of-: syipfwOhaad .awiaUD o, 4Ja ft
:; i ; .RP t1r.mere ,Mstementwotld_.. T"fw Hf:' "J 1'jIT": 'I" -' .' -Z' ;L 1I"t; g.J I' "pabUearr DUty J1fe'tV lq. of.the : _. caused exHbidoBs,of sublime -
_, J J Oew. II .aa i re-charterbut1h'; run of his -.. i"1'! "'"' .or!_ 't- e :1 .'
,'Iiai 'r l .:"flIr .,ppUti i' f :.indu IU '1"Of i I ; _. to'P'I'tie c'j''standard L;t of, no ;eleP9 .--baqrett.' final .question came. = i iI '!''!,TUiK1Lti Moi Till SOCTHJbddition .- vodon which! 'fd<* bonort. : ,ietBr-rtea.i :: : &
; \hbiif 'ft 1.'. l 9.'iIt1 (Mr..aaBareal 00.. \ 5 I:' Itil.stated in theCbIaMailthgtb.: thoa- ,.J._'__/ 'i"idthinnn ii 1a1thvt .n .:,: ::1 Md
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-- iii .JAMES LPALHERwaiaoadnated )C .. .aDd Qaey..fautrIth tL.bo To be Q..mbtr .i i. ,
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v 'P4.n. by.tem Col. H.'AzcBJt1t.&bt Mated tDa.o'bject.oftile I hlrnan'" ngeaDef'", Q1nJI lb tD self alii a t. for the ofBee ofTd' ._y"lIIe iD T.4-.a. W.bfnM"'CD bacJ be ditrjLattd l lI"
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meetif1 ) w tIi uomioa on .or.coa ty91B I1"r d.Cbe .eetion 1D October aDd r,be 1 aad b..1.D..11.y.rJ "NoMl arid UDp.clW Ia _1.'Hao.at, ,:
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the-centt&l&no.w .N. the' aithfaJ and ft ei ,:. a r ii1c m- WEareAutborised to anDOUhOeJ. IEF'. Em d lioeo.eambrJo'.UaOOkeiebiefa.Colog pay
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.. .. ...Patfonn .ot.ih. A.Imerian' w l i t"pla h :t .t), confidence When' 'mere Sebastopol of roin..1n with'Y'at lh horrol't'or Coa t1 une1or,. election io Qetober aut. Hair Brud18II'ndA f.t.'t c.utr'. I CS&J'ftAII? i' ,- f(
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adjourned tern1 to held:thiiJalr.,. i for ColDmlu ooer at .IRuMis M ... fl t : 110001000 I
oar. unqu li approaI, in Po'eslioritbe nor" side, Ibe sooth idde YIUNG "a Couptl eel 1mb Liom. 1 tO toOO
d That a se ,f t tht'Sc'bra.d A committee aa'tbenappoiot d-eonsiat; attack the eoani el oo io October next. aod BinI'. Ee Dillpt'r, 'GOO t.600 10 i
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a windkcuzd, any:re 4 bloody.and.wretche4 88 our pre8t'nt adV'.1n.ced ur W ar ;aut.boriud to .unllur 1 ALEYIJCKER and Brown Dorne8ti'C. aaaorted. 1 10 .i ..0uQ 18 ApJlr Pr -

tory, and that we "ill not, nom n t8 who: McK.u\V: B1.rrHz, andJ. B C 1tLIILE, tre b (.tbl\t whe t'r we tske bastopo) At cllodi.lale ((1)1 re e\eQti." to Ui office abu .and 'J J I 26& PrizP' tinJ 10 :I2J (oI, 'tO JOOaumb

&r&11ot riling to aCt in acco iance with this. ;. Esql., for tbtt.nomiri. tion Qf :c.ou'ntl' tB: : ot' 81"I 'have to OCCUPY' the beigbt of Sheriff of Leon County at tbulectioo.iu OcttLei'nut, A ood rtment. FJanneIA. : er1.friJe d,1'n .at:U d .I"Irnel

: cera. Fools Lt-tter find Noto PerJ..1'eod icbonf rdIft
reaolution 1" winter. i Oap Paper. paid .ben dUe-.ID fgU.
..The'comJ1itt e ilf\er reUring for & abort rDU3hout.the.ensuing I W\Veareautborized.to annoqnce D.W.GWNN nlopte and WaCe. de, k e.m dec a1. ,r-WIh Mt tote .
.1'hiI," laY. the 'Dlily New, 4' il a speci'cimtU tim,Orepcrt (t the followiqg nominationlvb; Tents, we are also to'd, will not do for.yiller 1101 CIIo il&te fur re-election to the (ffice of Juolge oC' J.arge alltlOrtmpnt o( O"ntll .nd 130YI Read, lett.. 'at my r i11 CIa all t \ .'

of the kiod of Platform.dopted by r ForJlrdge .of P.roba ; GBQI J.r.hiLJK ; for d.the OOOO huts promised are not, Probate of Leon CounLy ,at the clection io Oc ber'next. made CI. hiDg 'If the Jate Jt11f at( It' l '
Oenu 0aJ ., S Od, Brogans .nd ClOlhG e Ti ke" SG; ttalYM 6:
gu1&r K110W Nothing meetings all.over,the Sheriff RoBEKT U. ALJtX.'liDEK; rOl' Clerk uoder WS.'i and the army ,cannot .be well __ 1 ait.en. AddreJ. J.AJ.r WIh"'TP1 .

of New York." W ooderfuI1y u'ne iraJ"; or the Cireuit.CourtVELJr'.B.&hL.. (orC butted before Christmai. The editor never.thelns tr 'I1H!' (riendtl 0 tilL JAMES T. KIWORE Boys Sb of an km. 0.'_ _.
Bt&to .J Om J. announce bim u a candidate for Sherift'of Leon 0000ty Ladies KiJ wbite a.nd .bJae1r. -
un C mintsdoncrs, u._ 01'fD, S1ip S.pt oh.r 8.1861. .
;. are th M New York Know Nothin8. iee CARTER y R..l-. ,BYRD, \V..BEVU.L;' ror concludes : at tbe el OD in October next.ur 'WeIr. Buakftia, ...

th11-th&t.the Sentind affiliate.vida still for ,th sit'gl' laek b-owD Lutfng.o.turI, .TetI ... ", .... .
l&t o puty Count, Som'or, H. E :.N; ui CoroUPf cVe are pressing on WE are autb. sed to anooonce THOMAS II. Fozed e.1A '

t G. G. HOLT; IIDd introdaced the fol1 w.ing with the utnlOst expedition, and with al1 tht'metns II. HALE u a caDdidate ror Tax Aueuor and CoIlect.c.r II. Tiea.II TF.AC ER..c 1an1 utia 'tobUiP .

le, and resolutions: in our power, and preparing with efenIlivisb of Leon Count, al OJe enbuing elecboo in Octotober Calf SOC.eS. high and 10.,.quarttl'l. I tnatOlJ ita toWD iiflot ., .
pf.carn nest.tr &nr. Jn .I"ftD ,
all tbe thousand fereQC.01. ,
ARL\NN. F1o da, Sept. 13, t855 anUa a De" pnliri 1 growtb haa tlprnng npin ir vi6ion.or. con.tingencie8 Glnt.. halt Shoes HOQ .TaDahuaec. ,' .
flUr ruiJst.ora clI3r8t"ter clanGCfo ine.obnoxioul aoddehalve. m.I.inter Camlw.igo. Above ,11, tilt. 1TOIL--Pleue: anoouncG A. B.TURNEJt. ., Silk U.tl. '
To .U._ IW.f 1M Ma ,Palriol. 11 bieb.i. exotic. to Aml'1 iean tlu 1 ri t"fItiI..nt. It't. t ere -t.e no doobt as to tbe 1e QB 01communicatioa aa a Candid4te Cor Tax A eMOf' and CoIlfCtor fine Cuaimer. BatA. lG aI'P".' 01W-A. "Jla"'_h'. "

8 M'yo &re ue' f&he conserntoN.of'pub1i A d .Rhudl, ,'0' cutlSt-qt of .'hlel ..otIr.CUWll"ia.i Ctam.1be.eamp to the harbor, for Leon Count,; at.the.Electioa iooOctobtor rw'it.M.tLNt" Gents. and &111 Cap. wnrtt'd 8 ternber 16, r" 1.OgleChonie
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Ornata and
vehicle' ,. 'mcr :tb.o' AO ur Ullry" fl" in Ihe'xrcif.e 'YOTERS.tr searr" ,186 I r r- 1
: i.nd .1 your paper is a fth igbtttf tIU Arid .hM.. our 11..1)' wbich malt be-as it has.a1l atoQgbeel1ouron1.r Silk StllCb and nf'Ck 'Ii"A .. bO

of public in orma it'is deemed but j 5t for the'prt'ltlrval IIIIlRnd perpt'tnity of AllalcAlfpuociplea balfof'oper..tions." WE are autMrjed to anOODDce OOUNOIL.A. 8IIOrtmmt of'!Linen om" SJ rand Medic" '.

hope undw ,be Constiloti..u. is in anti with rheDemocraUCI 'Bll A1l. a candidate dor CI.k.of,tbe Circuit Collars.AU A'J'S4VUmABOOORQIA ". ;
that IfJU 1iOdId.epla1n Y IU' editorial in rela.tioo ELECTION SE'fA.TO. atltheeleGtiopJo ,0ctober or wl1icb W "m aeU 81 JtIW 'r..il bouee In t.
.ldl1D y ohbe &uth. Be it tberl- THE REroRTED OF T. Uor the County OUAOO, MY SESION 01 tECnJ'IlJiS in tDe.t.n.
to .there Wug 'Whig candidates in the y nt'St.FaLLmv Town, efther ""fIflh tr apprond eredit..scptf'mber THE no 1f.U1'CO on .the 6r.t, dl.1.of.N '
field Cor Ot"1.Y In tm.' fore.BfID1Ml lat. rFbat u.e 1, l1ed ",Jn ft. 18M. !8 fembf.s and term ate oc the'6r1t'ol r" "
I'I coonty.Co t tAiltg Organiu.Wnl," or.dle ,legitiQlately called LoUIS, Tuesday, Sept 11.1855.At CrruENs-Haviog faitbfatly harged Tb.e Cliclqoe., at 11M Col1 itai1dinr. '1r '1..

J. T. MyD -Q a public.speech at thi. .Dllrl L.nterH :Ord,- .or --aTailably'' called Jeft'eraon, in this State, there is a society the .Julies oC the Offiee of Tu Cdll"tor.tnwhicb your SteQ1 MUl, for Sale. open.d.to petlent.on thl Othof. od be cqtUlIlrd ; t

,phce, &nnou ithe latiolrof.Vhig JJNriOfln Pmy." ia ioi&a.charMterIO.r u it bat ompo.sed of .ou g atudents wbo with aI kindne&ll t1lecled me in' October 18S3. u'ia thaw. :byml WILL 'be..oldibe re the Court H r In fJhnot.1be. .. .
.. .bown It.mooatrndY; ioioiic-aU.o American.& ) receipts from the Tnunnr'a offiee. I r..pedlaI1, e.eo Tuesday the aecood y of Octobfr The J'aeulty1l ted It fot2ofts' ,
put!, aad, at tbec&&me. ,time apon aD, yet.and inttl'"t'and abtagooiftic to e' piritQf gbliea I view to perfect. thp.mselves in parliamentary offer m &e1C tere you 811 eandidafe klr re.lin Dest. Ytldun ..he uetW: of aa1 St8C pireular H. 1. BYRD, 1LDors.nm.hKtG& oe. -. ,

to mOUlt e' AmeiieaD'pl&tfo It is a illftL' .. usagea have organized a sham Legisbture, OctDber De t. 1. O. DEMILL Y. S." and Oriatfi1L the.r with mm t .dUA8 PJO 'of. Pthdp1a elicel :

tact &h&t the i!in .RuDlDtd 211. That it betlOOfti the .4f the proceerlings of which .are condeeted in.tM oI'pine timbf.r ontU Mal next 18 8. A11IOld. .cjll1e. h ,
lIP OU Ta&..candid&W8 To the J'oterl Lton Cnunty: Lbe propetyof1boL.lW1d TmnamadekDtlwn of' W.
) mc'Party .of i'1orida.to po' forth.tbdr power style; and'with quite as mueh gravitJ asm oj Eo LzRO ANTONYj if..D. (
&re defending the qid 'ac'bow14e atdJ timeto 'w her oiItf'I'IOf the Sooth. to.Qp' eal ane Euminer .prints the At tbe rrquest of many frieo.. WM. G. BUR.GE. un the day 'I(tl.te.i Ga.) f f-1Qr qt, O cn.qf Wcpd..
the Know ,"iIDd .obliterate the b!dra.btadfd JDODSttor atFreMoliem. D) ; Dea. utr i I m ElIf a eaDi1idate for Judge oC Probate i JOSEPH HALT. Adminiatrator.i and CbiIdrm. ;
.to Sedariaoiam AntiAmencarn J\roeeedinga .oftbis': lLegi'la are an it was aUhe ri8t1in.g' iopJ .October next. anti will i Septt'mbf-r tl5. 1865. 37-1h, WESLEYC. 00Dt [. (" M is. .

. I\ow. ho were yon iooniledthat\ th'ere _, .. d .Faoatin ,COIDbioed 10 thee this.mack affair .tlut t\lttcte AtcliiiOU, Zind th 1kfu1 f the euppqtt q iaJ''Dda p.d feUQw. iti Wanted c.) Profe or ) Jltdiea111D:

candidate. i the field't Do .of Koow NCJC.LiagiIm.B" hoax d.ooe:of ''he:N ew.ork. jonrnals.POLrtic4' zens glneraUy. prudecce.. -
are Whig yon '4.i &t.he ..; uiajtiool.aaeom _n. SITU A TION..: I'eacl1er. in one of t S utbern JAMES S. MORn. H. D. .(or 1faTbDIh..1

O nd the.cu. n to e'Vbig and..theKuo ".Oark Ortkr. are far lI1or.ioto .KAN,8A8. A crisis is appr a.cbng. WE trenuthonsed and rcql1ute toannounceLEMUEL A 8tAtH.'by A yoolltt lady ,.who bAa had twan AW 'C _

\ Nothing, pIay.l: 'lC&o .yoii ongJit to 'too ic.lr rhan the od of the :111e regular corrc.apondeotof JONES as a cl\ndidAt f./r TAX Aut'uori upet a. can bring.tbe belt teetitJlonbls.P .m {o( ,. ) .
Car C R leiart'ma ol .P Atwtria.ar .ilJ. ,lus. i a d.ColJe t r ot teuo.Coanty at the election.i to If'.a t oroDJIb Engliab ed Qp wilb tb h6Matbematics (euor 0.1 PhyaiolorT. tI
,we rpdd .fof' actin let'l : ,of tb tbe.edicLI el tbe ee.ebrated..uia' CoaoeiJ of thel SL .Louis RepuUliean o\viit .thus: her next. aud.the Lalio. 'reDeb..Spaniab andGermln WIIJLT..!EA Y,11. D.(01 '8\ 0.:) .,

t. -' Three "T'ae' c.arivau tromt.1is time luntil ..eleetiondafviU LAnguages; ia aOO quaJified to gi.e ilJJtl'Uction inDrawing. I ProCIMOr or Cb d PhsrmUY. .: .

( RtlOlvtl q tWftWa tbe.w.traotioua be'exciing.: .lmolt every .one ex.rect tr WE are autbo ud to announce WILLIAM Painting. Craloninr e Yooocbroma"iaod I CH 1\LES.GdA.aL. b.Oa..J,

Are .TOn (an, avowed.., KnoW', .'NuthiDg) con.. a Il .iRtp"whielt&JMrDrkLanuna figh and many ,.r.e preparing for H. NEWSOY. u a candidate CorTu As CiSOl" aDd Wu Fruit.nd FJowns. Fnr (urtberinformatiooaddreu pro ., of u. 'IlK 1'racUce et ;
01 J lJuJi.U t agree oe-thttlg. 801aras immediRtel.D.1t HENRY, Fort Edward I'llrof'eseor'
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.W'Ded.in nwiring tb efu11C( hig party.t and Col.ct r at tbe eledioo in Oetober next.Tel
i nl8tau l ""f'yet o ; t W,wita oppomt..n iL .The t'ree.Soill'rs are tnlkillg ou .r, Iostitute. New 'York.8f'ptemher .Demomtntor ef A.Dat mj, R. J.Nttm..K.., n.(of' ,
.Or 40 you. intend, drhi g b.oth des r the to tbe lu prty.RrulDtrl5th. ''be\P o.Sl ve9' mf'n are working ail n J." tlte Voltf" oJLeon Jouft/y: 15, 185 .' J'l-6w Sa.l\DlI&1)) ,
.si4e'nQw No and .That .h priiitryatioo and etuityoflbe I 11re fees .11 be--fl06 C9".tuDtIre. of Le y .
knth th o ST.-TES'-- ltncul.tiHII
g 'und die DENJMRK AND .THE UNITED FELLOw-Cmnss-I bere.-ith annouDee mvrelC a Caution.ALr. eeOrad 1iO'M. :
Unioo'oJtbeNUnited Btat. r CoolItitut1 I IcandidaleJor t 110 DemoDltrttor'l ( 1
the bther lid whig for the pu anti..KDo\\ 'i ia..d u tbe.JeJcrati.e_ T The 1 atis .correspori lent of the AugsLurg tbe office of Tax ANHI and eo11t'Ctor.at persona are.C8I1Moed jipinattrading' for a ; '6. -'' .. fArraztgemeP.tl.

Nothing whigs( and Dmty
(tJ.e ism and fag, .of14Jtmot, parties, fTanatiettm Fl'nnc to.id.her. in her dipu with tbtoUniled your slltrr ". .Witl'Refpect.'W.MooRE.tr Flournoy. on or abOut the 9th oC'lfll1uJry'wt. (orhreo'l.five CAn be aecommoca.'ttd. with cmbCa at &em 111 .
know M. '
tr the w nt to what this get f
N .pub1i of North.' S'Jund dues.- dollart aDd due on the ,at or'.January, 4 .1IIUk. .
II wild J.an t 1't.er ffiee" is tp.be'.caI1 d.. IC.it.iI Ru ve4 Tl\lat tb .Itd ip'DemtW ey i. noher' t.ates'clltcer ng the 1865. th CI'Dli.feration ror wLich lAid te wa.g1"f-. .ForJu.rt.her iDmmatioo addrt'fll' of iB.
'for aD engagement 'With t.M.,Jaeterogeoi Franc ,'iSljes.the.tu&e :1bolisbed, but is not I bCl't"Witb announce mya lC RA a candi tflor en haa f ntirety (&J1ed and I am c tennined oot to pay 1.BYRD. ,'"I. I 1 1Be
t be a mind wbg h .ie .the demo.cntl m ff''iJ( :- fnrk Lantern Or er; aoo hnIQg' willing to o\v the U nit d States to interier( ( Clerk or the Court at tbe eouin Octob4r election &aid note unle compelled bylaw. .. H.BELL.S.Jpt.llmber r 16, 1S 5. I'r f fTo

know'it. hiih..f\.o' arrUt and h oght to.ju 1t'8'manlpttlitleal wilh the affair. of Europe. It refiJles any aid, and rtqueaL your eufi'ragpR.THOMAS Yours F.p.eB WILLIAMS.tr etrl1l1y. 16. 18 5. 37-4" .. t.A t..
bt1Io.. 1ift:
The!-caltd whig ea.ndida.ies dedII'D them. piratesrui de that"t ber poitltal is .eruise weh however, till De mark joinsltheV cbternJuvers TALLAHASSEEa:1e .
\"e nerj nin6t Rosf-ia. Denmuk,;tt sprobable.willl1Qt antborized SAMUEL LARCE and eommo. t : 'I.
selves Know X o things, Jet you 6tJ.y tblre"i, wiU.bun de to W' the poIi eal "pladt.Bnolwd WE are to announce S. ..xn1.n.ary.1"HE IDfiI"Jt'lOMe .
'UA.; 'That in the opinioo It tbia "ID'tion. be pght io any such trap..AC W. WILSON as a aUl.lkL1te for Clerk If the Circuit nERC ES'1tbia .IJ&tituooo will be re- goodrJOml P.ntty,1r '
to 'be J..tlotherlId. ..But'hat is in a Ilame ; It t 'nleemed f.l1ow-titi t hmotiy. Court of D County.at tbe electWo in October oat.N fi !Octo onder tacbed.ia a 1arg4 garden eootaiDiric. ..
many our the Aoti.Know.Notb! 10 Mn fay. tbe t day Q r. 'chh. .
E-At orland
them be or the .tmeriCa1.JW1.JThat .will r I, l .eI..nd dJelirl to tbdrellunt" A r the ell e and fQ it tendeDM' of 'WlLLLUi FQr appl1&o.' w. .1
,'.' 'efl'eI or Dark Lautemo. ifgbar De reCt'DtJy held in Thibodeaux, I PEYTOY.A.-M JU CrlndpaJ. 'I'M. .gent1 mao.JJu \\1
dignify the order,.espe4liaJlJ .\ ith.tlto, green ; I oUCC.A .. '-- "ntMn 1 8_ 18M.. .. II .
.r," and"W.aUlJa: Ibne.tla.y, mal 6nd manl embers been r otJy eJ .ted to tbe pl&ee 1f.t't1DCpalb'J'the --r.---n-- -, "
L .
ad tbe. .
Wiiaia'Mr.maat _.
: reuing IfveralSeoouIa .l' 'r
: baa in
.tI. faee .ftb who gtadoated .
'Coes.and now and t n t a'Bt gglin..sdeInocrit. MDIJd t 'C', ,flPf'.wu attout on yOUNG DW1. City Council.nd ha..i en.'rd'4tWlca.1 to cb racter
-4 Pbiladft Plat j ber. that"'wit1" or the.MCret.auoc-iation,aaid, io suhatance r"I in tbe Uniyenity of Va. de6ire situation and Ipett-ncl to ,utIemfD or lIie.b est' charact n1t tYPL ,. JMJDJC"f
.taoe Ol po it. Y 1a : take ebaJlite of a ClltNical ScbooJ,or tuad 1': ::' 't :
which io tJ. >; huei oRe'of'1oOra I am, therefore, io..or- r in t country, (l'JDlwb rn the -t'fLrtteriog r. .1)EPA1tTX I
Your moW) r.lU t 119 bee wro ly let .beI.ach./l'b& AD .Aen IXJDIC Jbe OrdH., wecanoa& ; riut tOlor. He proml.&t's to ad..pt a course Umuow. have heen reeeivl'd. jrJUNIUS bas beeoeJected'TElacbu ANNUAL C URsE.,:

:fbngh'tDJk 'vr N jn 41l i .,. ," ".WL 1'' and Juoorable. i bound'by.&n ,C, .a .p elocfed {rom di.Cl1aW oriustrnet t'O preparatory to any of the cuJ.lpgn of ur1'.011D1ry. of Clrwic ADdJf krD La g\1r.gK intlM :. THE Depal'tJMDt will COImDeare.0e.'tfONDA.7,

< ., '. '.... ( ftU wbo, od kba loft,an indiT.id.aaitl .d entB a d faet.whicli T.be aur of in tructioo will COfI(tIt of AD-. SeII Uay.. and"D..B.-C.LA .TON,..Etq. EogJiabTeacher. : NO\"eJtlber Ultb U6, ,.IDd will.&mD1t:1aWJo &..
1Se ed lbeii Poll tiq,1libeI1 g. ;g llJ MI dem Lrmgua.get.Frencb ( '
'.. ndent.in. o ; : .tu D Jlfl.a.d.t .. cieongullg GrHk uctpted.) ." _.1.' ..1.. 'S't 'a
evght ( 'd ) to'tak :aI 1..tht.ir..dx iee..1beU. _aod _to 1#tbe. ,'oaha: e' 1 ple t ke'pubJjt'. ( &ad h.) Mathematics. and tb6 be WlU'al bieeamest TlJ.cboJaatic year"baa tlhided into't"o letof I Jam..Jooes awng M. D. roPn otXediciM.I
I -> dtDrial, nod. 't aD. .uaCoo1r.AOO. .. .. '. 1m. P.t ,.f o' 'berei. o e ng semcb brauebes o(an Xqg1isb education. It will & five IMDtbll eacb; the Jirst;eeaaioD eommenong I J: L.RJdde11.: M_D. Pror.-or of thec, :
.tWnwith, ,1 id.t. .' .ocratIJ aAlI. "" L. t'Ddeavor to4 1 that eoIid ground-work aooec88"ary 00 the tint}oOOaf.'of' Ocl.Ober tn4i q ,the W.mn 6to M. D..Pro of.J3 .
whh-1OO" imrfOQM. If you do o e i : .Whioh were adopted, iJJd.ordered'iOIwpublished ; ; 1 ca not meo oo; a if, yoo Wt'tp flit the su ructore 0& rougb. College l88t day of Febt'J1lu.the.aecood NSlioo.commeocingUn I A.B.: c-.M.J.. ar\O ..L III.

,41 into ttb in the \Va.kuJla T.,.aad the yo .e reta are commead 'e .nd can edueat.pr f'l1r the' .buP walka rai nt culture'of 1iC SpeciulI1ttentiiD tbt' the first daJ oHarc: :uJd ending n tht'.! t'dayof ,. Wedder'bUl1l k D..ProCda JA '
D begin : .ilI e d.to the m ,months Auguar. a 1d September. l .
July-vacatioo being A. Nott. 11 D.Prqf .of1l teltf .
: Florid zn'4.J(1JirM1.4 then.rtll'&ie Gusta TU"
scrutiny, mt'rroumf fJ'he kno6t 4factDryte "
challenge pltblia CoJmmiue to hie tla
.aide.of ap do you nd CallI"'Ot.46 : -p.t.fidem youth .. 'I Thomu Buot, M.D.1'rofdaOt'or PhY1ioton u4'f.ar ;
P AL ; be'Jti.cn.l .
.AS. o'w. .'tI) eh iicter will .
bt oh and let IdeCyoo InatitUiWo,
me .speak.out. lVi1t1x thor.ocp ,
gn !
and The iJ1 truetioo Ib this tboJogy.if 1I
McGuffev I'Univer6iti
iI 'aDd
j Haniaoo
10D tJ IL 1'.i iiooi'S Refe nu.-Prof
deemed full; liua&a M_ D. !
the teach competeD'to
that tno.ry # emplo mg mooatrittftof':Dafcofty.
of ) I
privilE'ge. E. Pete
to me Pror.'Wm.
6e de t It would hardl I I'T grant 'oC Virgiuia; ,. ,. ._. .
41_ptint top' Wi1Iiam Radford and the ditcbarge or,heir dutiea and ca pabI !1mparting .SamuelCbo.1'Pm.. M.D. f. '--1 -.-

.qnut..t. .. 'aD u and'sa. '._ int' we. IU le E( t o .NE I Yoint' POLI'tICs-Fred. Douglau bas Wm.. _aud G._. HeI ClamrofiBedford__ __ College'_ __; Mr. Ad4r to ir pupiaaaccurafA koo..Jedle, or: tbbrantbe : '1'he)!>me.tor jiea. 7..i fD: .
n Jn ,
nominated the taught 10 Bigh.SchooIa and gcLr' Monday.JD-Mober. .rrr! -.
.had' .been amid been by Liberty Party. o( ewX WM. W.HARRIS. ..
!! "hen to .at
rav "ou ap- .. Tuition iQ tbe CI88 C8 and the bIgber bnlDdJei atan The F a1tfaie 'Vi1l'tlng f
,.!. -ffi e.of cr e y of (a, ,. l1d.lal For t Depot. Bedford, V. : t.bir.titatkir
ieeai tD the com- .rit
pro 'dfti t1 ei .. Dd T EogJ1.h educatit1 '16 r of I be C1wi1 1I0t1pital.Dd. .
; : I Htiiatn 'a oLher .to tb'J office September 2. 1865. S8-lt' ,
negro, brancbea DC an Eugli&h'edu n 16 per aeaionpayable from Nonrober to Apnl,
.- .... A ,DEMOCRAT..J of: fC; n r 1 : r A. Oard.. -moo ,in ad1'anCe: Th. Stud ntt mpa81 tb.meeecl 'rii1a

n n I f'r I ,' ;. ',; ".i---i '. Mr.PaTTON baa referred: to' e, foUowirig named .. &
> .
t'ntlemeb from wbom,Iett 1'I baT.o. recehed: fbe a n.1 .', I .1.' .. I ; !
letJer daled Centrf Ball
1Y a .,. ,' Prioa,9( rovilionl in New Orleans, Sep.i5. 'Mrs. M ry bigh..t lmrn.uda r.T.charac r, a H n.H I,I! Tb..'dar, ..uioo..ted. pt, '
1 } ; ,1 Flour u.86.62! a her services tli he'Wie1'l or Tal1ahu.ee Rt. BfV.J.Jubnt.Preeiden& : ...
'Sup OFFERS ry.A. W Governor 'e ( ug-aD1.;: perlOOl eribecrlor.da 1. d" "1ft'h'"'
Extra ':r J.'. .. .OO a 8'7'.25Baco1)T to JUB.ke Bod tJ im Bonnet. and Fltoey : oCWiIJiam'. and'Kar) CoUeg.JVa ; "lD'l&4 tIe bumMer patieaU.J,, U413' ,
F -rr. I'leahi' .''there.- .' has n t .f n '. l.1.o, aShonldeni"l. Head it6..Ili; e of their Leroy'.. D.. t.or c4 U.'Ricli Dd CbriatiAdyocate and. e.1mDdred aM oioet.twej... H ,, .: .' :

.s mee1inafli1 e.1 OJV ,Nothj ga here aioee p":1. .....". .". ...:.rlOic! a pa.tl lDlige. .- r. ; & S. ett.D. D"&bror or, the' QUAi- I T2 UW1 BUNT Jrl J .
& r 2 \5.: f. ,iJ2.m_ i t rly Revi. of the I M. E. Cbareh' SouJh:,Robert IF 1M'Adroi iatratun of dM.charity 1tGtpit
rthe. 14 V .That':ele ti n waa .Meu1Pork. per.bbL,. .820 a, 20.50oI..Prirnej" .
.1 kra.late dentof William and. Mtiy Col1ege; elect ariuUll1l irt IApliJ.1 & ,
_iL; :)tD Wi f h( j', t IW&I ." f! :. t819. I' .. .Nr'tlce. Bon. R. C. 1. Hoocwe.IPnaidPat of the .gupmec.JU woo are mam bJ the ina t ,.

told bfone the other da" o ill or was ; .Mo !,. _. l ;... 28 c a;, 30 THE- Exirci o filii tbe.SJnm.s.SebooI..2d'October.. proxuuo.ill be the EWtol'l or Virgioia.,f the nkbmood ex'9o 68Or EDquiMr,V lIiam and Sm Ri'21 hmo of Va dExatD ; September8,1856.'JS.. ,. . ."

membR'otth'. r.th..t tho. Council att. _. umed 00 rut'8day, and Rev.JOIt'pbna Aijerl,. Tal1a ee ) ;
a 1865is r, S. JtrlIGH'TI. '. .
i" 22. '
J.-.rI.h ..J.trl ., rn.I.l ,F ) a ,.Se.Pt.2.1 September Florida. THOMAS., AYWA.RD; '
Wonu1.aartr meet ag&m. a.A ey I' ..F1our Superfine,. '.10.0 dz ,11.00 1"dll1d and J r,#ollJ Qrd of 1fnCflu'Septem AUC.T.I NEE. dQ\Mi$$ ME1 CiANr;

aye Dev t1;10 oi15 membera .. ": 'Extra, fanliiy,.. 12.00.4II }6. 18U. 11. _T.A.LLAUASUJ- .; .nO1IJA." ." .

Dd 'ai\Mi dm& rat Rib SideSz ley by task; 14c I Septtmbert 8U. ; ; 5::: (. .:
II Florida St am.'Shlp ompany :
; .1." "; -u" If 1 Jl.c .. t' 7 .
.- t th'4A i'tb inan'y' .rMnd .,. J a' I VORR.EY WEST,1'iaPtnl&ccJ..1
.1. ..!:....,:1L.!__.,..papentW .r.Ii..Xa Sogar.eured Hams,. 15e' a 18 ..IachiIo1a'St. Marb Cedar x.,. Fresh AmY-at of ', !:.

lfesa.Pork.825.00 a.Prime a ud Bay. TIM .pJeadid tum- FROM NEW. O NS.jU.&JVL'.a.PmIS:

b.. :iiidi.. \ BOolaDd FJoj ..... ..,. J 22.00 a : ..Farw.u. er,left 15 Catb Sid. aac1.s lt ,.
;io w t\i;Jn Jo. .J./1 J. .' I \N'.Od_ .&he .bo. na OD, the.l0 ..Eep.t.fJmbereanpog 6 C1 arSid .:1. .; r. .' .
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T littt'Sepe..121. n haa ..comjmenced.comihg _tbeiJ.Olb.8t mberJar New Orleane. TheM two i, ,t'' 'BbdiJ., .': ,
QO latoN make regular trip'.I Yicgew 1rOn'8rr. ., ,.
fiDe 1..i1lia I't : '
bilea th i t fJ4J.PriM4I'
o 6tf. .. .slowly, yet i'e West 10th h n ...
thl .aDd.tt ( >
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J' 1"JJf". ":" 4. M .. M no e8tab ab IA.fewI9alea have bee each 1DDDtb.For.. I or .I, .tJMAp 5 ..PIabta"Jr..r..Eztra FallM1tFloaf. H :' f 0

fonl"sbt...*N tDt' ,'hr)' la1t .i ,. G..ROD.IM.d5 d5 co'l2fQdral '10. ; '.UoJoq. tn' [ .:' ,.... '. .
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.. ::1. twta( sn5/ .i i hair which hatjbeootoe p pcrmaoejnUy >o its orig- PROPOSALS will be reqiedat b.. .No7f4q ill &pIt'fIIHf pd eWe OIl OM. ....M rt.D.ii
't""i ( '. : '. EDWARD.BUADFORDl.Admiotstratir.v.AprQl'OM5.v mal color ;brnvtlt tatwMreMt h gone\ and suede ? 185t,12b'el4ttb6t; ; 1.1ft& .J JdJ.1 _.
: '15' it-where falling off leaB*tbe rretd of the dandruff for1jtfcni ib 1 f.tcHiUoft'01'thtlJbHne, BabatSLMgtbMorlda I.
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MtdielDee. u Notice.. ; .. e'er*the lIp perfectly healthy by rtttorfng the eee- pwppM'Jatto: eptrtmenk, ( 't : '. ,,I. U\lf,1 ALn2 Aetl: !' <.tf'W
''. ... \\T .. ,' ; HE artoerbii'( /ofFACTOftiGE ..J CXNEY. retire rpdt to their original .vigor Md*tftnglh,and !I ,SAidPropoeaU to be either for the wbofe dffd1CorJ.Ub ; 'I'JtMtcrilDl And t i ICaiv&i )

". t't& : : .1"th.: tteootlD8t ita..ripply r nntribsent pnd. eoiorh>g.Daitec toit<-. .or St'p"tel jir I.oe' UI tIi erea.. 'tnd 'VI : .f J.1J. A.MdM01'bi30P0Pby'r t (. .

.f"8s1ph. 'YCT .,., tJae'DB d tt daet-oot eolor.tie.hair, but is,ia. abort*. perfect U'Mu1daMpan 1 W'W JIfittj thof 'l( -"

_:;== soc Salts : .: '. ; 4.. H&irin'tguratceandToolc.1 0. ,, b'nent';' ADd tI" & anoatztcrIi4d Out': ThWD.meutesen ;Rev. ,*::1.IQSTZ*, .L, M.j'rveusor: of Matheaz l
$900 M I. &: CO inssIOtBl1SI ; To the young who BO much admire $the beautiful t the right xeJqtthe ci .iK1 NatnTlu rr- Sd.. :' .i t '."u n" r. J11

Olanbtruat.t.No.1.. -. eo his OWB account. R. Q. PINCK&Uy.Ji; lock aad ringlet,he feel that he will be.pardoned,ifh bmby iarited..ooU d U* mlwetU' oftba-lJbltfd wieLkjil'.'AfiviFedpa1 of. IJJmtt -'

t '.np1! :.s. ';" *" Office. Kotw. Rmxncui. 'WftAir. *offers.UM .advioe.ogfoted by long aindr.and,", tat reasiie it, Ninety er"cent''*the'inrouat of % taMidieiss. Ot 7a1" "., i.B' .

: 47f'I'N.tfML..' :. :,, -. -o.h- J tentive'.obserr atiooa; ,it ts to discard all cologne and tb vokToe inAtithd deIIVid isirdg-th kLtsU Wop! .Hiii ;*; .. .

; T.a. .d ": ,.. REF. .'ERE, NO ESt'- tmnlatiag oil* for the hair,and keep always upon the contract price*;(Did ttttmu* to.tei aaeertained: lan Ca j. i'W
''tfV,00' ..: ...\., .'. : IIcGL4UA)(
: :j 80 \ Extra ._ Charleston September 9,1854 24 tfMaunfactured and bald bead will be unknown fur alrM ''the U). vorfc progrettef,and ten per cent be retained ia TfItdkflnol, eute ktePu1Jadnth7 -
-*. ua ..*- 'b.I .-. 'r' ."- .'- .. roeenay btpoa tbe'downy'cheek.-the dark' til thVcompIetko of the;'cootract.-'arid 'ieepfaje of Aw. rnw ,; ra "t '

Pu $6 r. ..Onc.Pamk Tobacco.I eye be ever 10 piercing;aad the tooth those of pemri,* the work,Ac, by the Agent'ifor ld.- i. ; tt
Paint.iee It. if the natural fluids be withheld from awarded I .r and a. r2l1W 1bt
1000 1bs.-In Preof the hair, Contract will be 0011 to Matter BuiVIert I
,'GIAu, assortsd .zeL A large "SHALL rewaivfl aome 400 Boxes of various brands and in'cotequ .U becoaae firat dead and 'hftrah, and Mechanic and the assignment thereof. ejeept by ? IDf ==: tMdfiU 1IIeIL.ad' rrl tt.i!. 2ttf'U. .n."

$1 u.ortmeo'Painter'. materi&1a-Bn dc.D. Mullens"Manufactured Tobacco on consignment then grey er falls on*; are will be robbed of more content, of the;:; Secretary ofth Treasury, will be) a ,'.ur der.tb'fciip>rintdkda6 *'ltlTeaebert > K.nnzffl.; 0.,AaftJa 41143.'; 'i. i o
1L AMES again this season, 100 Boxes ,now on the way oat- : than half its charm; and although it ia a overeigo forfeiture of the same. tbeai.evewIth ttke dooiad epVtJDeot '.tpRewar 9f rfnq
.. i I Merchants will do well to bear this in rmnd, and it /or those who are as well those who must be written .. 1'&t .J 'o
:li.y $, 18i remedy gray as Every proposal acconpaaied by a under thtf oreW4 cei of 1Idie. 'expenepee = '
will MOIl.
If- be sold lower thai &U-M""
for same quality can be laid down are bald, still all see the propriety of1 making only gurantee signed by two rcupnosible pence. {eerti< added to all UK .fKilrt. .>r a tboroc boocr eof J Tathi en .na ,.r'l'll_ '. -
I fr Just RccciTcd. from Qflual markets and on time to rood par- such an application to the hair and is calculated : fiedtobeao Diatriet 'Ottrr. the tdft of da""l1 JOt, .GCr.
; .... '. tie. scalp as bythe-Ditri'tAttorn.yor! Btroctioa'wbien any ssn$lar lostftudbo ett It ." '} r.f t,,. ..
: .$r' TFifi. R 'Pcttetfrom New Orleans : DANIEL LAD to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state Judge for said District)in the torn ol f 1600 that the win b*'Je'by 4i1nee to oar! OtUlogve, thai Oar ,J'criI"-IJI1. .A! ,m.. ,. 'of,
and Newport August 4,1855. 31 From has Editor of the Real JE"tate Adeertitrr bidder will when required,if bja proposals be 'MCt: rates both of Board aod Tiatkw are less than CM be tJaJe artIeH 11 'p .
4. 1 ORANGES, Lemone Pine Apple, Gnava I School-Street. ted. enter into a contract and bond with 'proper and : elanhera The W.fci 4be8ti e opecnni- Tbe fa toM oat, brbl.lDd ; .

: Jellies, Primes Pears, Sardines, Pickled UCHAED.___ T.._.BtRCHETT... .CHARLES. W. DOWNING sufficient securities for its faittfel performance.,, encioia.'oltll'ha t.ci. :tbro.k lb.to I
; sF7'1 .
3. I OwtenBrandy Peaches. Preserved Lemons "- -''-- '" BOSTON, March 20, S4.Prof. .,.'. J I" .b8ien 4 .... .
Green MaTrtaUder BIRCHETT & DOwNInG, : Wood Dear Sir Plans Specifications, and Working. Drawings can .. b.tan to.n.I .. 0 Z&1a qi, .
OrtWtf and Ginger. Gage : -Having become : IDft
Tme Apples prematurely
i be examined on and after the 16th day September,, .ratng" ent wjll be easier the direetiooofPr -. oW
i' 'I Lemon Syrop, ..Bwpberry dn. Strawberry ATTORNEYS IT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS quite gy, I was induced. some week. since to 1 855,and other hifomnatim obtained application id jt'AW J 'and Uury.sad tItProL 0aJd. .--: "

1 d. rW Apple do, and Ginger dn. Raspberry Vln- NO. 490. Seventh Direct, make trial of your hair restorative., I have used less to the Department, or at the Office of the Collector well"awl Wy.; 'Whh ftpedotBaDd tMcbmi.tDri wq. ." n."C
': 4 car, Prft" Salmon,Lr-Uter, Haddock Halibut and ,V than two bottles,hot the gray.hair have all disappeared at St. Marks. l,1arIeU.s jeonvenieot closets, DeW'aDd 1i iii Chart" St bet
bi1: 'Assorted Pickles Scotch Ale and Port WASHINGTON CITY. ; and although! my hair has not fully attainedits The 'SeWAt ti* tb.&
Proposals must be sent ta this Department addressed aerraata cod tables rJ'.s
:: 20,000 Unvhufc.Cipars.D. WILL practice before the Court of.(SaJms, and original' color, yet the process of change is gradually to the Secretary of the Treasury, (endorsed fornnbed firnitm.an4 witfi'the best experienced the'market'affords I. .;t beiwkfa' -.cI. .pp1W.tSou.. Itw 4gw .z .
claim before and orC and I have' that in abort 5 to..1 .
the _'
going time
great hope '-
1 Congress several a 4a' 'l.tl/
the St. Marks Marine
.'H. AYES..ltay hair will be ,I Proposals Hospital: ) and a wholesome \-&rental discipline we Lop'to ::Jt
t 18 U' Departments.J&y my a* dark'urorm.rly. have also been will be opened at 1 o'clock P. it,'on the last da; nami ioemMe tbelibml patronage wttb,whkh "OolWf. 1ST for sale at all the Drag Store in TaM-taau.'

.. i I -. ,.- '.- 28,1855. SO rnneiigTatiflc at the healthy !moisture.and vigor of 'ed.- for n' rAMVtnfp.---- --_. IT_.A_ ._flm_...*_,.* In._ ttia.__ .1'"I.. _v _. iha._. t\Ll_ has hitherto been:favored! and at one Agency in!
-i: .1; Great- .La ltf'Bales. Bryant Burnham, Adm'r tc, 1 In Hamilton Circuit ceased the L'r to which come out before as formerly.was hartb and dry aod it b den;if any choose to attend. F. X. rOKSTER: 4uliflMjl! A' T-9---T--: :
Pj .
J-" .. Secretary /
of"decree .Chancery the coder- 1' }{ Cuurl' ,. Respectfully yours, D. 0..M. RUFF. ofthe ty.. -
: paBuwe Secretary Treasury. PEMALECOMPLAip
James at.! 11,185g. 'I
:1f 4: IK will er'for'l&t at .times! and places Buroharo et ) CHICAGO May 1, '54.-I have used Pro Wood September I, 1855. 85 August sfrl&ilL L.Tlle

;. ; t herein d# .gna.ted. upwards of a ttillion acres of land IT appearin to th..Court by affidavit filed in this I I Hair! Restorative. to a decided advantage. It prevents' -_ Notice I to Contractors. I ;!; ...'." 4Jcaenq"D'

i ., betides-lots i b; the.City of ApalachicolA and in the ", .William S.J Jackson and Elizabeth Jackson tbe haIr from coming-out, gives it a g low and softness New Establishment IB T3l1a.usee.tI1& t> 1C III tM III .' "' j..ij < .
: rj
:1 Town'of Nawpttrt, nftrida-the froperty of the -APALACHICOlfA are residing in the Sontber Circuit of the State very desirable. The few, gray"hairs I had have Omox'oT SpzuBcuyistA, 1 a EW ya. W4 r cun'"W.a'
1 1
1 ,{ : 'IND-COMPANY11 viz:' Such of Florida. and Canny Burnbam in the Western Circuit entirely dwappeared. Others of my"family'have used rl"HE Subscriber would respect- Otoko MILL P.O, ; ST.JQBM iinFiJL. VAvcc eaipIat4iceiaset It 101ti :iUl.j! r.

'f t rxirtionaofaaU land arlie in the Countws f Leon. : of said State, and John. Reaves, Mabala Reaves, it,and concur with me in'pronouncing it all!it professes announce to the citizens, of ",ftDni, 1855. J. .: .j
.oj.. t Waknlla and Gad wfllb offered t I in Tallahassee I AuMen Boon Margaret and Alfred. Burnham io the. to be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Avenue. Tallahassee, ..Florida and the ad PROPOSALS will be received *tth jfb. \ .
,:to. "c -a tSe FIRST MONDAY' DECEMBER next; State of Georgia and Lewis Bomtain in -parts no joining Counties of Georgia that they have opened a SEALED the 20th day of August,1858,foroooiruetiog' l aJ.J 'Jrll tSi1ed: tar .up'.i
lies in FranVun County will be known.It VROF. WOOD'S ORIENTAL AND WATCH Shop on Monroe Street, a' Caoal with '* w t
i I ad that part whieh SEKATJVE: LL ID"T. itsncoeasary.! p Ddqe." di'f'--.Joripfll ooa ft .
.. / 6ft d A bcols on the FIRST MONO!Y IN is ordered that said defendants appear and answer This Liniment U valuable. auxiliary to the two doors below MeDoogall Book Store, where they iroebaa 'Xift'Locks! Guard'.L I'B.a e. CorrixB or Wbit<,:Irreg wrf .J
.\; Thesal&nda1i6OntbeGulfCMt, ,this Bill on or before the first Monday in Novem. treat. will be ready at all times to do, every description of I D:
JANUARY,1850. ment of some of the most formidable disease with work in Jjike-Harney cDtbsStJobDibIiiian.Rtve a.4J. .;\ extend from the St Marka to the Apal chicola. River. ber next and that this order be published in'some which it is our lot to contend;for instance: iuflama- .their line. Chronometer,Duplex,Patent toy.er.cyiioder tanoejef d rteeo >miles 8.410feef. aQ&rucd brIbe .

: .': &od iocode'th4-IeIaad3 OIua.id coast newspaper withi this Oir.cuit'onee a week for,the tion of the l lungs bowela. By *thorongh and aDd common Vertijal Watches repaired General'As* wblj, of tie 8tat of.., &its *e- t tt .
eon. the
:, Tbe terms will be on>tlnrd ;eub, the' 'r m.intJer space of four months prior Io said time. tinued application of this Liniment over the region of at shortest notice; alt o jobs and 'Clock* of every ,l ifn.r l84byAn Aeh.titled.A.D Ad.J.o ptJ)1id. and Ir&* 'adcI, ;

". ia equal j iastalments of one and two joe'srl', with,interest AT CsAKBrts J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. the affected organ, the otherwise formidable disease. description. "By strict attention to bueroe*, they arc for and encourage Liberal System of Intero*}.... flMtJl :
; ; determined V
4 thai Mall ; :
; 28, 1855. 30-4m I none go away diuatisfrL",' < .* '. ':
ofiale. July disarmed pttteaesfsfatfzi atsei; ,; r 1 iduees *tronglyto tWm
: I from'day are at once of more than half their terrors, N, : us reeotpaeod ; Ia
:. I B.Qoodtwork Horse for sale
; at these sales,the of Buggy *16< ,the aewoot ftvwlucbtbe Whir
scrip PrvpoealeSrinspenfy
i .For property purcbaaed particularly among children and thousands of moth I mouth's credit "- M' eni1ied'poap1i bU beta fll'
,1 the Apalacbicola Lan4 Oompany, owned by Stock- Spring Goods. era were they allowed to speak, would;with all.the J 0. HALL. A 00.1'' 'work HrHl-brdoM.the:;sdd,i Bw r.,".wbict. J.r.i",." J. L'..., > >; i , 'L
: ; boWeu-or t.bfliraseignee.wiilbe, raoeived payment THE Subecribera are receiving per Gamble," eloquence 'qf feeling and affection, bear their united March 24. 1855. if ".J 2 p.n1entiil.ito be mad,mbetber io fculds or BJQpeysJ I JTfIl.1JMd....,. .mH, '. ,1t .
:' at itl n1atiT. ,a1ue. ,. 'ugtoo and other recent.arrivals, a complete testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children oro.acb.i >. 41fuml.r-1., {m. .L.1Mo'.,_1P 'lr."'," _
d. JOHN 32ARD. Receiver, &c. & ,. asttortraeut of Goods suited to the Spring and Summer from the very jaws of death, and restored them' 1ew Fall an4' Winter. .GOO4. be see*aV tld pe..Pia6M.r: q'.J= "J-.s.f'U" ..fUtd..wA""

.i.. .JG11'14i16 '; : tf-N. season consisting in part ofHats. to their former health and beauty. Agaiii it will be .. addre.ei g tM ; 1 ., It .
'. i; C f. The Florida 8entin t Walmrik.TJmef.wJ the found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is 6>e. 8r.Joho>'''BivMv Florida: :Propaia9] 'I.wl.o, !IQrd : a

.. *:Y; ; ApJaehicola Comoiercial Advertiser will publish' till Fine Palm Leaf Canada. Freneli and Rngliab Straw known as an 4gne Cake,or an enlargement generally of DAVID C WJLSONI received fbrieboatrixtinf,a &iJ; 'BoMi..JeOJa.e 'I'I .'nta' eertifle r. ti. .,JV9 01. 'hf.t T.4 34$
: sac*ground. ;: Jr.J..r.4JiCr., iiy nn
notified to discontinue. the ,indeed in all where the ; :
spleen cases external
Planters Black Panama. Misses and from :0
Leghorn Super. application now'ru'ivlDg the .
M .t, is of service, this Liniment will be found brigs Rflnirigton,Wackua 'Rc -' .;- State ayinerr.B>aU of glcriiia. je li.pa.5.ii01 'd* ei c
: Ladies Bloomers trimmed and untrimnted. use and
vessels -Lis
mnal .lit
Medical College. rut supply Pall and August SI, Uftfi. .1..J rft,. '_weill. a1h "
: : Savannah', Clothing.Sacks i Winter Good* all of which were .el tfiI.J Lirptelf >edL' fore'for foor'y ear* eoWantiy VB ploytd
: nrd.Oo uoiteores, intlj'a i"I Institution raor. WOOD'S VEGETABLE )Acn urz PILLS.BuasniLD. in New York and purchased on tbe moat favorable ,COTTON PLANTER?' best medical talent that eoold be proemW Ef THE Froclca Paletots and Pants of dEte .
.: comiae&on the first Monday November Alpacca Queen's Cloth, Cansimere.: Planter's Drap Linen] .May "SO,'63. Prot O.J. WOOD:-Dear terms. many of them at reduced prices!which'wilj'! enable $";J) ;!lqyfl'. I

.f n< .- Grass and Brown Linen Marseilles. Doe Skin Cotton-, irAs we have used and seen used for a number him to supply his customers and all who may fa wa.ro-ouso.', : .". __"____"_!_ :lioilJ lave also pBrcbaaed .-.inetrnawsC iWprQitesA -.
j. Tbi CIiweal Lectures in Yedi tad I Surgery of years, Tour Vegetable Magic life Pub we are your him'' with a call either I for cash or approved (lAiN w. ('Mh' I\f

: the Savannah HospitaL and the College Cliuque "ill 4i-e.ade.Ac. Aln' vets, Shirt,Uodersblrt,Ties,Cravats, to recommend them to the..public as superior prepared credit, at price certainly as'low, if not lower than TALLIll3&BKPIIJMDA.' ;__: : ?j ? .. t-7 tj tO

: commence on the 15tb of October and oontmoe duncgI to all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseases any house in t this city. They in'part consist uf -o-' In the. sDriot84LI'wu indneea U tfj foda

., : tLe- eoQ- '" Shoes and Boots. for_which the/.are recommended: Fancy staple Dry Good.!8tatJonery,_ To COTTOJC Punos OM tiurt oftfiit ani tAe oinicoiniin to_try Dr.Ouysotf'Y.ll6Tr1-Do u iid'"i: .

i-:. :' ., : FACULTY: A complete assortment. T<>getber with fresh sap- B. B. Le cb.A. B Pettia, B. D. Albro, P. Jacobs, Boots and Shoes Drnga and Perfumery, .,- ..---a' -.,-""," -PTa n.,il4'--.ait- :7 ftr'armin---,',':.' which **.: far fear m1JAI.IJIj IIid

r r ,-Taeory: and Practice of M icine-R. D. AIWOLD plies of Provisions, JroeerieB.. Dry Goods Hani WArt, Orin Buzzel, Spencer Susnell Edward Gilber, John I Hardware; Saddlery] WE the undersigned suJbseribersVntohi' t* yon it for about four weeks. k was..i&kp, okw flat
rc j LD.i Wood-ware, and notions of all anrU. Which'we offer Albro, Lucien B.Sweet Elias R. Sweet John Hucn-i Hollow Ware Groceries. J t grateful thank. foe the ,vry liberal she was improving, and from Uustia.. .4thD1J
.. .. Obstetrics and Diwasee of Womea. and Cb'ld reaI for sale on'ulluat terms Had to the inspection of whichwe raft Nathaniel; Gilmore,James H.Pine, Wm.Johnson, i: Crockery fc Glass Ware, Iron and Steel, atronage which baa been bestowed opoo.na,throqeh rspidlyvrandnined} & Araawaa iadbL.itdis.ctWs ,

I- P. M. Kotuoox.-.D. respectfully invite our very good friend and patron Jobmon William. O. Lawson, C. Farrar, D. Landers. Hats and Cape, Bagging and 'Rope, your kiod eee.m: "e bare been'_ enpged the :1t en 'rely rfmoTe4.swd ",

ri.: .:. ; Principles and Pr toe of Surgery w.G.BCLLOCH the.Public. PKOF. WOOD:-Dear Sir:-Having med, and experienced Bonnets and Trimmings, Paints,Oils,. &. e. oUoa &cicgan4. a ". uc&ksitysad i m.'W c- .
;t M. D... MrNAUGAT i ORMOND. the effects of your Vegetable Magic Life Men and Boy's Clothing, we gaiucar.ou.toorgkistai4ad our.a r : beig i4hbs .{ .fwIej tMnotfi.

:t' .'- Medical Chemistry-C. W. WKT M. D. Newport, March n. 1&i5 11 Pills in my family, I will 'say that a*a family) med' October 1(, 18M. 41 .. Lope our* g iue* know that the above statement M totcju. $ of
i.: : t Ipstitution of Medicine-E H. Mnn, M. D. r icine, they cannot be valued too highly. I have used rfcemzneiofyour business heretoftjre 1iabeeq.o Mr .Mootfort, sod aa to the core biI f'i' l y

-. _; Anatomy-T.T3. HowAtn M. D. In 1ceryI ." them in several bilious attacks and inflamatioos, and Administrator's. Notice. discharged as taaexjore.. yoof.pti 'orjage'-"d.iollpepcbthefator fTOoyaotTs Yellow Dok.ai SSIk'tti41MriCt.

:. ..1 .: -; Lat rii Aeie* ud Mescal Jnnsprndence-J. B. the Circuit Court 'of the ifiddlt Circuit f Fin I t will say that ;their' virtues cannot be too highly appreciated ALL persons hoWingeWtn. against t. the estate of *. .1", V.UJ'r Rett rnJln: / "_ ,. .bft -.JA1EEjDT. .

... ... Rtld: M."D. ': ida.: In Leon County. for in every case they hnve speedily triumphed Bole deceased late Gadsden Ooteory : 'BitOOVK- A" ''HEIR..September30,18fL '. .n.'S r oWB&

Q em.\o 'a !- M. JWZSZ M. D. Andrew S. Garrj;et alii, over disease, and hence I feel in duty bound are hereby requested to present them to the undersigoeJ ,?J} ., scoYuA*IlIAD)
j .'"-TIwtbeatirs t1o11fl ... .....$105 00 to recommend them to 'all' Tbey-opernte' l, duly authenticated withinth tim dbjla" 0 '.Ill Chartre StrcoUfcg PW*.
Matriculation! TICket......-...'. -5 00 Lewis Curtis&Nathaniel No Tburrton et .1.} easy, producing no uneasy sensation, yet their operatioo or this notice will be plead tmbmrof,beirreedveryandall LetD( County Jwn.".ri /. Bole General Agents-for UM Boathem 8itt.to.
of. ia thorough .and I am'satisfied that indebted will settle-the with :' wlMe aU erden bUlU MIria1II1 1iddH.-tIUt.
; Ai radUtie.-wilt-t.e farriahed for tbe study the 31st of March last in ; nothing more persona please same TALLAHASSEEFLORIDA
on day .
to WHEREAS an inmost cases, i is than theM valuable the undersigned adlI J8trAtors.'"** ..HTi-Tor sale at n.iDvveStore.lo'slla'---
; .:t Practical Awtbnoyi' .Board caa be bad.aLpm1 Decree rendered in tbn cause by necessary pills, rrUIS Eaiat&mneni'; KB fiO sT rfj 'aftlU OOs fftttOO* 'i All
.. to to perform a speedy sod triumphant cure. :: .CATUARINEBUIBr1 llr:" aDd at one Agency in e'very Town I In tlui SoniL'August .
$ farther particulars lUm be .
$ perweekFOf the Hoa J. Waylea Baker, Judge of the Court aforeaaid attended to ,and ".
.:, '. C. W WEST, M. D, Dean. it wa among other things ordered as follows: Respectfully'Yours, Ac, ,'' ,. JAMES* ..C.* EYANS.r*. I.t'+. f J. .all workMohe .with neatoe *1 Jtd.It'! : -'ill' 18. 1855. 58 6m-

_, ;i. ..A U. A!16. 5'- 1m52t ADd it is farther 'ordered and decreed that"all J. B. S ANGER.O. .Septembcr'l. IPSS. 35 .",All kind of werk,inch n IbI"W< (MiU" :. '. thi.r C011 .
.- .0 ;' ;' --r persons having claims debts .or demands, against the J. WOOD &CO., : 'Fi1dotoI'-* t.-.J. Ohi L cierin &irtW..- 1' 8WI .'. ,_' .r ,,". .. m' .' i"- :
41-1; Hardware: : 'Cutlery, Guns, Nalla., said Apalachieola Land Company; to-or upon the Proprietor,<95 Broadway, New York. i'l A- 't.;_ ..ii.. : *. if ; ij1J= =. .By virtue ?the authoritl..t Ia' _" Iave"-1t all._
1 1 4 Market Street, St.Low MONTICELLO : '
: .r. lands known as Forbe's Porebaae or portion of I -vag.: ; ttlef1* : 'riM iod.; f1t..s.r
Sh.or&c. any .
: .: r. the said lands, oVpreseot the same with the evidences D.TC. Ames, Agent.. Tallahaeeee, Flo. ,1E'd -:r ;fffl tivcii a tbpubi! iJjbG hAtid> l3Anwbrkd< i fflsth e labl>sb4 '.. zi'eaoJ.awjf olvl9lritU.1t

: f THE Snbseriberi bvite the. atientioa of of Merchants thereof,to Hugh Archer"Jr,.Esq,'oos 'of the.Masters February to. 1866. 6 I.a' I JT' fie that he baa1 givesnotiee refitted the to'Hotelin i meotVfll Bone-try n<'wHfr. particnlar,regard tothe before th Court HouMdoor ia the Gtiafl4aH*.
'p Nsw.1erk, to their stock goods em of this Court at bit office.in the.City of TaUabasaee JOHN W. EVANS Monticello strength.and dm ability\ ofthe, work. willila legit boirav tie follow tf'i':rji'ifft 1 a ,:
;ti bracing a complete ranety ia the above line, partico first of formerly kept by Capt-New- Oobpete&t Tforkmen frr TaxM dtts.ttVl of _
en or before the day October next and that .and wHl be to receive visitor sliray.1oread2aesttopt op city 'Ii fireifi:-_ of4U '
: lajjy adapted toA&e Southern' trade, which they are the aaid Master take proof of and ascertain and report ATTORNEY. AT LAW. of November. The prepared bones ia fa' by.lSth'rsfr, :EigIa.ii&* y't i/ 1. ..: L "J855to-wit, ,. f_*. ", .. :., ,. ; : I
-t: prepared to. fell at low price for Cash or approved the validity aDd amount of each and 'BAIXBBIDCK, CEO now thoiocg Term wfll be liberal and all work done strictly for '.u1ta.! ,:11.ed 8t fn OJ. -._ :_ .
upon win be
.*I r Credit: STOW & SMART, such claims, debts and demands. And that everyof the WILL.give prooipt attentioo to all bourneen, and and eo.boftrders.ma aged a*to pracbote fh. amtnHof cash or accepted orders, eo some Lpsioeas firm'in this taHard Bran; uu" oh 2oNa. "e .llilc lai aS'a" I .
4. ::1 128 Pearl SL&Dd 9* Water St. New York. said : his in the Counties of guests i Attached ,aregood, stables Liberal-price*' aod toe.6lUa" 1.L .
Master.do summon before him, such of the said care Thomas where attention 'is 'mid to ''bbrsee. Term C. pakf forJoldIroDvCopperr '. .. 0 ifO ,oddDal r
; .. 1855.In ., 2 m claimants or creditors, or their .agents, a* he shall eeeertala Decatur, Baker Daugberty,C Calhoun Early and. Clay moderate every as at other Hotel fa the ,A u s- .' Tt3"" i 'to 'eit t.J r.r.( ll1rnu ,.
t or be informed are within,this State, and give February n,'1811.: 1'C: tf share of custom any i ia solicited. country. All letters must be addirtetd post paid) to .h-iot1: ta.i1 6 "tit I "" (
: .t Le n"CirtiiltCourf.: In Chan-.' notice by advertisement to be published in two newspapers LONG & 6ALBBAITH I respectfully C.BL1SS. ..-;>< 'J. M. aHINS" TaDihaaeee' Fla. (7 in tbe,8oulb caUie t.y usrt .. .ts ", 1

I vi oery- Bill for,.Diroroc.fltaa.J 'published in this State'and in one published in _Monticello. October 28, t8S4 ly 43 .March 11,1854., 10 ,. thereon Cot the years t'Ut.R. iU
the City of 'New York;to all claimants 'or'' creditor ATTORNEYS. AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. tt. J.BarU tL nJ 1.:11 trn' ''NI11 -! j-S-.d t

I1 1:j o* Priee.CoIi1P't..l' to produce their demands and be examined toUching M. A. LONG A J. B. GALBRAITH have usoci- AGENCY OF THE /ETNA .INSURANCE CO. 'P. B. Bit:. -AW'S. .. -' JOIDl" i.bi % Dt.. t

:. : .W11liamr. tbe same. And that 'any person or person appearing ated themselves in the. practice of Law. They THE undersigned, Agent ef the' above Company ;UDI'i:m' : .$TAU.U : 'm1lir'J': : -u i-. .L..o:71 -- t
shall "
before him such reference be liberty I
: on at will attend the Court.ta "Jtiddle. Circuit the Supreme receive application and make huranieeagainitloes .. ,
tbe ataeUoi{ { of die Court that the .
-4 IT appearWigie named defendant* William T. Price resides to contest tbeclaim' or demands of say other person Courts and the District Court of the United by Fire on Brick and Frame Bdkffnga rAL.A HAS FLORIDA. Most IPPTSTe4t.I'I-IH I b lJe.

-. or.person* ; and that all such creditors or claimants States at Talhbajee&T Furniture Merchandize ''' ; OP. .
Ae. Rl'
ont f fie State of Florida It i* ordered that a hearing a f-
,- as shall not come in and prove their demands, by Office oppoeite the Court House. January 29. 1853. '4 B. 0. LEWIS. Proprietor would .100'OJ'II _n.- .
.of the. fact chanpee ii wd bill of complaint be : -* q ,
the time above limited or such further time as the October 28. 1864.: .ly .ttEmBE frIend. i..k; Mill have been
fbr 'Sdirte0
!J. had<* flw rttHo4ay; Oeteber. 1855; Tided lame tiaM-1IrotI'
said.Master shall allow for that 'purpose, shall be excluded DB LEWIS, II z that be ha MboBt t .t
paperTpnated that a copy of this,T&I order be paWkbed in some of new three from the benefit of the decrees to be made in the H MITCHELL & STEWART, RE8IDLNT 'DENTIST.TALLAHASSEE. J Brkk t b4esi. mi ''the> M T atand.f aud is TiT DOW* rc )ie t taiT5riHttUtcJa f : #\
4 a I.ee"the.e cause; but such persons not parties to the cause;who I pfl55.4 .to .irnodat* fck frifndfc'and eoBtomer : : .
neth before the day appointed far eaid tearing. ATTORNEYS AT LAW .-FT..A t % If> J r I thaiii'tW 'p..pJ"fc..un" C
I shall 'come in before the said Master to prove theirdemand. '; .jae.IISK> taw >tiacaea to'6t.18f. goOd'i JJlawc-
'CHAKTCU: J;WA YLES BAKER,Judge. nowinaetti g Artificial Teeth the .I9'* t ftmt$ ; l
before on
are, being admitted to do so, to sign JASPER FLORIDA f3 I ith' .wbere he wil bats avi-jMd)kaxft'ofIk and .
: JlIOe 30,1855. -! aod deliver to tbe said Master stipulation contrib flAyII.TOpOUNTY all JL MW-and improved principle,"JwitbcootinoouB. :! PlataUc'wck, H n1e' ga&Q.r.Iewok in Catf every ndexamine one.warranted tbea'if'I"3 to it? psn V*:': 1c

I ute, and pay to the'complainant heir proportion of WILL practice in the Court of the Middle -&zrn: gtima from one aide to the I ( very lest maaoer aod.with J prooaptaeaa apddjiaNovem'ber5.i8 ..
.: .ia Colombia and Alachua in the East I'.. 0 r April;Il:'l8$6>.b" olt.! f\.
t4 :
; WM. M. LAWTON & CO. tbe expense of the suit the anvmnt ao to be paid, to other, without warn or crack leaving bo place for the '. J ,- Cv 22'i:.
be settled by the'iaid Master ajxordiag to the amountof em Cirtoult and in the adjoining'ea" of ..'. lodgment\of,(bed. thereby rendering tbenuperfeetiy i. 44 4

EJBA. J5LAND COTTOJf ACTon, I their respective claims as presented." Ma-ch24,1855. tf 12 life like;i&d restoring the original caetocrof the face SNUFAWbt1'pACCD. ..
No. 13 Southern Wharf .I Note tiertfure, in pursuance of said decree,notice is A. PERRY AMAKER so'as to defy''(1f't. H.wiUatto.d; taaJl .''eall l.. ,'Wines, Syrapa ..Ac..OJ i : \ a.bfthment 1t

; hereby gives to all persons baring claim., debts or Middle Florid* for Full Sett*. Tboe wisfasag Full OOrdBrud1V'; ; .' .W ireS&nce. "-;FETBR QJUU&gD,: G... 1I

Oh.a.re OX: y *9O. C3&>. danandsigsio.t cbs ApalachleoU,.Land
L. -WIlLK.UWTO.. R..WAUTWUCHI BAOOT,. to.or upon d..Laod fcnoxrn'a*M Forbe'r Purchase." ... : vr .' -. He will wsJTnt, n veiy inttanceiatisfacUoo( ; and Ma4eiraL, Bbacf"j
I r Joccra:1'.JV.DuiWw" LAWTOIT. ,Ja. situate intiw'epnsbesof rr ilkllDGa4a4eDiJ"eQQ and ;'c :.TALLAHASSEE.. .u.ck .OJ' prices to.suit. .the times. Term Cash, or when called :Sherry,'*'"n : ,,' m 'dam*. 4 & ,
1' .:.August;HV1855. ;: ,, '4mAdministrators- 2 Wakull "ro the State of Florida,'to pfeeottheaame .> 50D.P.HOLLAND'. ., ,. lb r. "tT' -", 4 .'Leada Porter, 1'"R4Jjba. ," n 1 C081u va4tStaeE5X
1 "J
I with' the'evidence tbereof the imderafgnadonecf June 2(, 18" 22 SoptciAtc, Sardines .1.
Notice.ALL the Hasten( W"Ooar<*i his office m. the eiy of ATTORNEY : I J,c- 'P aL': r I T d1to KeteWpandy4erit.s A .a .. 'Ifsj .(
: u one -
Taujbsssce/ before the first of October I''" 'UT_. Ie Ii
day natt :
n ) C.: rIw'flLtk)#; ,vtaLnFeb. !
person having demands againit the estate of otherwUe they will be barred of mU benefit UDder the ,Qtdact 'Florida,' v- ; small Farm uxWakuUa.Oounty, eontaiamg 1"'JfIiII'II" r4l' '
; Larfaos: UU of j&adaeo' Bounty,de- DeereeVrendertd'or. to.betw der.d ia said eause; TXTILL:practice'intbt:: UIU'oftbe Middle Cir- FOUR' 80 'p..%. eaebwithgcod dwelling and.out 1 n !' !. .4,; 1it' 'fCtWIiHU"t 17 1855. jM3wtrto: ci cr. 1
,. ceased will take ootiae-that tbey, mast present them HUGB'.tItOHER..J..i.1t .71 iY'i'cuit, and'of Jackson'and Franklin Ooontieev'J' ,. houses on the same;:>Enquire.al thi cc : l "Pteurftd afas ii ,! .

to the undersigned duly autbeoUcated..within the time -: j.w '. .zlf' :Meri*..Cj.IU"7'. OCfpeftfi18S2 ::4; tf : V I. .pctoher,14,1854' ., ,tr\t 41; ... i'
blaw, or I.biI r iIIfo bat MY: i8552Il'l1r; : 'fI'; - .-. -I '-4-- \ - "I 1 I : :4 l r. tllt' L
., .f their_ l-ad..u person*indebted i to aid e* : Wakulta Trmea Florida a. ,j.1t .i-J .) ,fBlaokftmithing. rt' i.4 1j3 thur
recovery tar'-Tbe and Journal ofiVramerce I I' -WILLIAM :SCOTT. ) ;:'a, ,:, ?1 bl .1atlee h .i 9q..u, :1: t'tJj"nfl. If4IgMM________ "1
tate notified to make immediate payment I .
are hereby ; N.Y;_ will publiA wwklv uutil Ut day of .. F. r I"dispose'oFLbn
? to the uoder ipL THOM A$JLSCOTT, October and,send account to-thi*OfBce; irt'! : 'f1r.ORNItY. T'L! W,. A t1 n '" 'oUIitJ j=fq f $ fart
Angost 4, 1855. 31.4v' ,Mmithstrster. ": MONTIOELLO FLA. r :
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t an t4nd1oIJe.pptMto.tb a1b ) ad,1 .i"Hi! ..cI-om ( .
: _...,.. u Andrew S.Oarr.t a4 .Leon Circuit In Cban.riM. July 50. 1853. 80.,, ..J.lj ,buhe* .m I't-A ,. :
.- -_1'11'. ( :;. 1tit (1'I" t =.: .o
( llT
: For SaJe'I -ewte ( t' -
.LewtstterUaVe7 [ f- notice and! u ems. spy
: t (3 MtJ Jlk I 1' bop the'cite.I'. )' UehtTI4D1'kiugbs I'Il liVl t.rDJ'n.AMl! ,
off"'f } hi Dwet elliiMtA i
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undersigned _&4a- to,&* Coort by afSdarit made h thi tl.cd
kIq'G uTh*
lATHE lloue- ard 10" Jfres oflaiu}south of .e, that die 'following.named l defendant in the !00 BOXES'W W)1UlkWortectsi2eI I 'utra & No. ,1 100'" Ring* and-ron WUntly ,. November n. l85 .noiu'j .44 tTf .ht"fl Apri I ,1U4' 15U
4. d' the Att'Jt' rbi
** abo.case.reside.t of lbs State FloridnH out .
1 1Hi
8' 'n .( !xI} l f)1 e. I IH
well fiouJ or of ?
room- ; preov the Middle ciesuaiidiiad; in the fgi .Ii
t, { W-I it a substantial out. pitched"mod good w&er.-4 f hereinafter designatodV'vvi'KAhard H.Offden,Abel T 5 .J: rdotl 1.! /ia .t )i J. I .tIM a.uppJJ Hth'''' ed4 : ., S hi ..4 41zo ifuiriicx ,
wmto65 naontbl ._.,__ W. Jf I CJ. 8'Q'" ,
w Juki ig
1 : The property very AwSerton, SUpbeaCaBabrelehgr.'wtxi reside b the : m I
o- f"'d i b.h _
&ermi The I of the d r bl Jooat>on* i ia SOU ; ,) 'laauary 11',186._ .--- ---- --
l one r4W > of BTew Yorlit<*arte Bla k reside lathe "Wre"1'bi Ob 't' C ii'V .J. ."Ao.8AtE. tIPtN Atla m J., I.

I Leon County. For term wlIAo.Jbem tt.WbIt* t iILoWsn&;:CWrIDtM IBlbddH.0tcr 'P B 'rr\l.'t'ii tiC'1ii'el.a.. baitfFto-t ftJidl. -u .S TpFw'P1t'rtL5 ; 8' ..: 1Po
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k 8lawdootto, J .'.wAtIlemxiili.aLsf, 3L&rgret'Llie, V .J.r.4'"i ..T1. .. :itJ'IP'; l 1 1..1 with Dir. ,Imia..brst
: J., .1'-. ',".- .. So .._ T OwarrE.laI11' )TiB.;'{3":&'Leahe NovmberI1854tiJ: .rh-4.i,\Tn'ju'. -a E8.: .tf'Jf! dA T d'JJr.W.a qJITA, {IJ )lTol Irn Cll I'ftitwif"a"U10"not. .* tsbJJLi tIStlO 2a) tstiivea.U
:1. I'1"I'.I
18IL 2., l < laMi L&i or< .. .. 'j ir.tgved; ; a1a1f '' t.
1 >! ; Duobsr Mry< Leslie orCameron, :- .r. -; ( .4 I sjH4 ; 0J .t.,9t 8ARNMD -. btstd iso .
._ Helen Leslie or Brown,Margaret VaoBarleflrBiaooe. :t'; i rtt. lBla1k4Lng.w.U"1&t.dilkreepitcbtngIabttn JrtO I
i rNMLO(. 1 WIIJi fIM1 I ?*(BJiuo'TOamming Imbacb rr** 7' d.Qrhs l.\ : 1'jtl'.i./ltf:4t 3.tJ DJ LD; ft .eL)1 fC

..r .. ,!.;q., f J St'Clalr Black wbe'reai Eoropt;a*x. S Zc1d&teUksmike75It.1 1 I, "t w.. 'm' 'J8M.r"b fw "ihtj$5ltaIc ; 1;
r Wlke r-Aod rton,'who resides in.the.Western Circuit : 'l A44 01 .. ,.'A'UI:IIJ1UIU Ir
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