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: October 6, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00458
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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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IJIi ii haH-aneoring? j' m1t" on fte j jt "Y-.J'Jt'' r- .; shall .be alone. Iwould.not4f i coulI,11'e' in such occupation.Ellen: wtn. setting on ber4pdvid Madame :.Tofer, as "Triratis,. .1.Uti ) .1u.r' "4 :

.mo. ji&\ to than M 'ynan- adyiodn erf but ,...,$$1 ... right:' &Ktyo*, asaJi&ary.-; i indolent,.keif; I will: go into. the thes, i,fa, listlessly working at an'elaborate jo've .i.1ir TinI%) :: r 14I.th pi4 ot6Ji. ) = #, &q j pqmark
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something' I lik": b ltoti04 l.m s rihrfea heaj r uojy.and Allow le.1ra. prove.myself world, and use the. faculties, given to me ; I f4ec ot"itt.brofdeory ; she looked as'Ifthe whatIsolated;'CJ rman country hpose .with r bfdi'edurs '
mw througltjbe do* gJui reasobwjhj.! .r:VBqt\here,*she.came to a .dead have been p p&rillg'mJ'se1f by study for morning'bd pressed'a heary gbt.of'boun an flldeily! l :Ta'dy and'one you g' girt, might .. ; Lit d..1Ia. pWtt.&t9I ls34sZiigt

; -she."glanced."pu.. It "1\ more., .or t"f_.i. <, p\T, SbaUad.agret: deal!l to say, and, the3asiQu I some time. upon ber. Crawford I perhaps, b.d some not seem a rery,inviting positron;and Wn do : b4L 1-jIjJWr: ttfo.&pri1 ;
.1IAC\8 oA4ft' bbry_ )"f flh' ".'hr" :: : r of l was ..where to. begin. Nol.by: an .'How long do these 'resolutions date perception of Kate's oogbt. not speak ofdifficulties-und onple sanueess last, the United Statw. Jiotiitdjlfa),
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.'.1r Line$ air.>. f. te1f'Ct;' -t. .?.f'?nen't? .. 'Jhtiide -appeal,to, bis sympathies! ale, ,lho;,gbt, .np4 From last winter or Uw spring, hey t' Take a run in'the, garden before.!tinner, Hif struggles I with Engljh pr p"s es ioasj j if r'
t' ag..Ut'lf1 It.-d.J. g.tb/e"hlfrd4'fiant air with whjph he seetnedto Ae'scheekflushed.-Selpoked. up. clearly my dear EHeti." said he-4jt will "rdfcesh not prejudice arid,Vtlll more, tithe home- the Sound duties, aaq t. aijuLstlwi oVdt
JtJJjt 6fi'lFp : ber ack themA shreVd: \. iot those you. Yo-i, look of tart because Itch treaty will &corrg4d..freuA siMtk.ofthIes.. #
.( ber tNt tv m, ; rrp$o- ? await; < upon : i !o jiquJaiUver0ye.s.I quite pale beside.roa -Slstf'T. yearnings an English :
l.tLat"hie -h. MO, ceiorlVongkt: her toought suggested i '1 Possess hin'i ol'the facts I I I Long beforesaid she ; "bat as soon as Ellen. glanced up scornfully. enough that Kale overcame these and made [Should'no amfcibfe rritt"tion ; -

f k,ty. L.rcia_ s.4epenedta. glow. ..bf.the case V his suspicion 'will then'be no Ion. papa was ill, I knew my nearest duty 'I lay at I hate a ((4owsy cqlo-," she said ; U and' for herself homo with the old Udy aDd b*'arrlt i atfc tb r m' '

wwik to shrink(6n'the thresWfeol ger on the alert to detect something iu tb ': home. I am not a pedestrian I like-a4." Minnie Topfer. then expect to me ocr ppng4hr.|
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d*tii f qfie i riw:r. sHe-nijced: herself; ahd backgrpapfl."Mr. And 'yoa did it,' said Mr. Dalton erapbatically Crawford walked to the window, and stood [To! BK. ( OtVNVZD:3] .1 Sound uoder ,waiiihi 1108"101.. A serious

than qnicUJr d her'o rn qnwlion' by :. Dalton( Ellen.u going to marry AlIredlCrawford"said I know ail ab ut you, Kate Ash. : there,apparently etigrossed-by Kate's tucoai .. coiflict.subiect.) twiU. aqJtp.rpl riltl. 10
r..d4 the dorbtudre-and Kate: takiug her first combe ; I have not been blind ; I have wale bod but really glancing from one ,sister to the The following!, ,'from tbe'St. Louis Repnblrcan The "Danes. are macb: alirtned upon ttl'the ; ."
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decided plunge.intothe, subject. your quiet ath of home-duty, deliberately other. Could Kate in her dark Ca-hmere. is a more particular account of the'engagement '. and fear't! UoiWd'Stilet' itilteizofSt. .
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1-t.r. alt n4Within: :ii:'diiepgedl" ._ ".! what Tasked Mr. D-lton, drop. taken, well! sustained, and with no assumption hear conlpari8l.D with the fair and gaily robed between the U. S. force under Gen upon tbeir' West InHra posWUi o t.ltafaJ_ ,

she asked of a pale man, in: ,aUendanee.' .; r pingjthc pen be had' jut placed between his of sup.riorityOVer your butte fly sister. You Ellen r Could spirit and.iltl'Uij 14'e. er.r, : Ha'ney-andtthe Sioux I Indians, than has lath"erto : Thofflai'awf 1 ito '4zIx.r v") {
rtie lip. / have bad your reward your father, i in bis "alm {rom rnerebt-aut.v t Nity.lt fs p08sible, beU o.'a A4f--g qfth
? I '9ilL 1 see. rqiMrcpJiwf! ; funcdojiarj, been received .
tlowlytryfoytrp' a" parcel ofbookil' ---Icit -"r..CrawFord, you are aWAre. has been lat.'st011) i.ents, commended you to me as despite man' weakness ; but often, urifortuna.ts'Iy : : French ,Oovres$ ... uL J

**wntfa! <6 aei Mr.;DaUnn t..b.. ask d 'with. rjsiting.&ur.bouse more and more frequently I'. the beet and dearest of daugliteia.' ? the preforence does not last long enough, Great Battle with the ladliw qrcr. '. J'l..G5flk-, ; .
oat i Q>dnr. tnd, 'C'.oeiDI1hguid1.r' -at the since my {athpr'a death. he has evidently! ad. Did he say thee words T lie never aid! or' cornea- u__ tnnGathered._._ .I..ii _.. Gen. Ilarney baa signalized his advent into How '

dark, Tweed, shawl .and straw bonnet of thi; mired Ellen for sometime, and I bejteve.the as much to me/' Kate's eyes filled with glad i round the, evening fire, Kale the Sioux country by one ofUbe moit gallant : 1 1Russiaa Lowo:tat WAS juwarln Th8 -

,. attachment is i mutu!}.. Mamql ,.ioo, alway tears. braced herse.If.to pperj her 'plans to the small and complete victories ever obtained over an I I Eaopiiairqsdytojrsjo1fI1ie' :
-''II .mty : fttherwtse. i I:. snthnunot1; e i liked Mr. Crawfurd.very-rnucb.. "If any other girl made such a proposal L circle-She would .rather meet the united Indian enemy. The victory iso thorough I, >the )&._ _.,- aQtj.u ,Oft "

c.du i t?* wai tte rf'JS1y.Up ri whirl b "Iuiderst.andEllen and mamma admireCrawford to m-, I should ten to one fay : Go home, brunt of opposi ion. if sub there was to be, as to strike terror, into the whom. of ,the savage June,22d.or the May, 1853, and oo .tbJ f y d
4tb.ptte ;101Sn'man rr ned ius eyes an I ?: Housevery much ; but the former r and find out your duty there/ But the case than run th gapntlet. Ani opposition !thee tribes occupying that extended section of r orders" Eng'isb and French fleets rtcmetl w,

I tle.tt: "tbe atrins:4: hi.p rr.el part of the statement puzzles me.r t tber. Alfred is different! and the girl i ditrerent-strong.- was in the form of t burprilW, disapproval, and the .country.. Still!!, there may be bard figbt- approach'thi Dartfafiefl afaadihey jj
.Crawford to EJlen Are minded, en.rg"tic, high rinciped.! She remonstrance. anchoredlnBeiika'Bajlthi'tWMtliofJHTIM $,
Ui1tthank-1y'I3' to.ntrertafn, at one quite sure there is not mistake, ; sho will make ber a useful and 1 Absurd and romantic !" Mrs. ordered hit anny.tp
you some go way pronounced As
1- ,bstr JrD qnjii.engaged.or not. .yt t'.r'eJtfjt.wjt"ijt" (jeta s, our o wjiletters the ,
SAU Kate! Women to-conclusions ia happy But why to (Jermany, madam? ABbemnlie ; indeed, I consider the > occupy Prlodpallfici Ohi4tz of
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"Aih't'oQtbt %ri nec trt w> hlni,.,; and way. ". idea, .; ; cot having come to hand. But other Sepu-rabertwb Ffmeb "
.nit hii ldiir -Th 'wn d. Mre'.pok r these matt! a." Katemiled.] Because the (;t'rmanla1IgJle)-,in much I quite a'ul gral'l' to us all." letters, immediately from tbe battle ground, ar>djyo y 4tt i *ar.

with atprfft 4.diht- effected-.thrir par Go home with me to night, Mr. Dalton, request now a-days; I know yoine'hing of it, ." Vugar and degrading, mamma," said have been received in tins city, from.which. I steamers frooj tConatanUnope fifHpf a.4JajW: xt
,a&.tbe.cliJ"orl7. .nth qsfckJy re/noringhim. n-J you will find a happy'trio sitting overt e and should like to know more. To tdl the Ellen. 1 can't think bow Kate can take such we gather some of tbe details of the batl declared to J On ti a' 7!Z4i '

elf.from &a firm..brightejes which watched J fire, rixing'the day, discussing the trousseau, truth, I am heartly loud of it, and my fancy low views of things. VVh/ do you say, The engagement took place on the'Sd.inst.,, English 'and war Frwch sgainst; S Kossi ft *,:IDa iqviiiti

his; ;progress. 'In a minato. or two. he return arnu'ging'we-'eddlng.' trip; and:so oa." here, I think, may be inn-icenriy indulged/' : Alfred t" And Crawford, who had sat silent at the Sand Hills, on the North! tork of the On the 2J of 10 C vl M. k.Muj c. I
f wJth.a'great> addition of respect in his man Blowing.humbles! !a fit patimY for (fools ?f" "There's the fox slipped out 01 his hole at t and nstoni.-hed. uptil 1 then, said with de riutte. The entire '(pce,of the United States 'Notsmber sb.tzpi6r'.tR.sIadlaed .

''aM.H lr. Dalton requested that Miss Ash exclaimed Mr.: Dalton! wrathfully. I always .. last !' said Mr. Dalt. n, gruffly. "I knewfancr cision : troops participated in the engagement is i declaration war agabst Turkey. Ib4 tb 1 c.

.combe 1d.winiso herself for' ten rainotea! thought biro an empty.headed fop." was at the bottom of it. What do you I I.agree, with you, certainly. A d-grada- shied at foot hundred .and fifty; men. Maj. ,of. war !Ii.,EWJie In.-Mq b. I
with any of U .books." ,Aud he, ushered' her You are very unjust, sir," said Kate in como to me fur? I'm an Englishman ; wbat tion I shonltthiuk-sol 1 Kate Ashconibe a Cady eras' command 'of fire .companies of r 1854. -..." r-. bi : :
ildigtiairtiy. Ellen is 'fair enough to make have Ito do with Germany r' governess !" Kate looked at''him. Is .
forward into an inner room-a sort of small I ; this tbe 6th Infantry. Cot Cooke had command I BlaJlltL" r I. .
'library__opening! into another sndjrrt anoth such a choice the most natural thing in the You have so many foreign correspon. his view I"? Mr. Dalton sawno, degradation of two companies of the Second Dragoons,, .'- 7 1 ;
.er similar, but larger one beyond world ; and .'1r. Crawford has sterling qualities dents ; yon take an interest in governesses:; in it." Then breaking nula little indignantly: one company of Infantry. mo'mt,daiid a To show thoSuthnp&pt; WlTson .1'.1'eunrlr

At any 'ttm but this, Kate Ancnmrxwoald which. have a right to appreciate, who. you know best how t., dirpct me ; you army Where" said she, is the disgrace of company of Artillery. The whole force under Shannon, bit 'neWjj apjioTht rcrdte.ii r'of

bsr DJsyed the permission ; bat now know bow he devoted his evenings last winter; friend nf Inng.g'anding/ living according to my circumstances I" the command of Gen. Harney. Kansas, is regarded !fj'f b mionhirB 'V

kb. J looked. iopatiendy at her watrh. Ten to the amusement of my dear fattier, reading Pooh !' But Kate's powers of pprsurisi'iii:I You hare so disagreeable way of patting! The b-ittle ommence. 1 earyiti! ,t.e morning quote.the followioglshguage; .or' <
to him by the hour together.' now came-in, and fjerhaps tho-e daik intelligent things," said Mrs. Ashcouibe. t4at t.
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mitt!! Before then, I shall be a very Acres lasted 1 .sereralhoan. Gen Harney ordered Free"soiler John
,!lit cowardice! There was no remedy how You were a listener, were you not !I" eyes with iheir tear' single hearted I It is unkind and unsisferly," saidCraw- iCol., ,, ;,Cooke'a, eutnmand. .tit th.' ntitr.i' ', Wenworth o t Ckag '.;. .r I
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...f, so kb. tried'to keep up her courage and[ Yes," said Kate. glance were not so devoid of pow--r' HS sbefancied. ford, in vexed tone, when yourbrother Iht"mlt Ive- dp: position' i ? some distance ia r ad "Those who l oow'VJfJOa J6.l b' I lri a. :
-** And and mamma's Ellen Certain it is tb.it Kite, would feel himelf honored "I that he is.a Southe> *r'.f fa'alh'liii hctiocs.As .
mamma her
'tapatietiee dawn,!daring the trial of delay.Frffof were gather. by your society. vance of tbe Infantry,and so as to.come. down I'
her one idea,' she waff vainly trying I;| in Hampshire ?I" Twee i shawl around her witb an air of triumph 'umthing jaired feon Kate's hrart in this r with full force upon the enemy. Thi ii movement much 10 U *i'"nne ofthifirarof-D3ng.IasJLtebisoiv .

...fipgrtanfra/a k Atttmtbtn jyi -Aat%.Ifar- 4' Yes," said sate, stooping to pick .up her :and.ibat MiD;& ton muttered. !,> bis speech. and she an'wwed little curtly : was.successfully perf'irmedbo-ut three Stiingfidlotr*;-rdH! .'jo** I'I',
vtQJ.",wheft the now ohnequionn.official I *haw7;whicb t had 'fallen from the chair. boo.ks with u.vanquishedlook ; "I hate romance Whether it is /Iore honorable, to support o'clock in tbe morning. The engagement toKsasas to.nudkeKaoiKS ;.A*LivHL.t*._ ; :

; reappeared to inform her that Mn.Da'ton Humph!" said Mr. Dalton, tak ng up his; ; why wouldn't England have done ag yourself, or to be 4 ported by others .' Vnl! was then brought on by the Infantry( who at His antecedetapqtr. -.r 21.' ..G ''i
\\rat at '1Tbt&,'and waited her'pl isare.- p-n and crunching it vigorously between his well ?' gar! d grading !I1' What. thenjs right or res- tacked and drove the Indians in the directionof Pierce.. He ) ao od:4rjletmiii..niAJ.: : :: e,

Kale Ashrombff dropped her book aSjhewhatdiireipeetftjllr teeth. Kate now hurried into Oxford 8'rt 4.t, and jiectablel"? Col. Cooke's command. They were, of though elected to'thy ."lW' t'j ui I

: and follatred her conrlnctoropaWt Therefore, resumed Kate with a clear got into an ninnibuts, fur she was not 01'e of '' Y.)U are angry, Kate." course, ready and .eager for .ihe fray, and I Ohio by the Demcraf'b e.ftw'oi tHih-k i

flight of stafrs isto n little) coOntinjr steady voice. "I have a friendship gratitude. those young ladies who deem puc.b.a COQVPVoncehene Quite in a passion," said Ellen, with a commenced a desperate attack upon the en .! letter endOtliaJOb TyJftrJaodqbk anne .

,Lou ,< :here, from aix>re a bib desk ,which; for Mr. Criiwf.ml, and I hope-iiu'ei-d, why *tii their dignity. She understoodher sneer at the heightening color and flashingeyes. emy. They soon routed them, and a running Jobn Tyler! La.WM.ciT.p> fctjvum 'iA* \ .: J

I o ne i.ritb.i-tlt of his person thtl bArd head I should not Ellen make a gojcd xfjfe ? Marriage limited means, and it never rame into her Crawford looked at Kate too, and fight following, for some .ten miles. At i Ip4)jut By a strange cOlhb oD'/i.tilrJ q. (

o( Mr/Dalton'presented ita shining expanse will soberher, and discover, lo her her head to l he ashamed regulating her conductby then threw the force of his arguments and of r"cks, a portion! ,pfibj flndyuia' are cesbe, watjsleele forti1rrn: -. i

:1 to,'hef view. It was bent down over the paper deep r nature." tbein. She s .t in is further corner, with Vemniistran'-e* info the scale, while Ellen I said to have made stand, and to have fought; !i-and"*-fpr" 'oneonly., j 9 .iI !< e na1 i .

-, on:which be.was Intent, and continued so Indeed How do yon kno' f" asked herquerist a glow of satisfaction on her cheek ; her jrlt>d ht'rJiI',.that be should seem so anxious; with great desperation. ,IJ'ut'they were completely caro." r be ." athe'JJfr, '",.'t J. .rr I'd.iP Olla )

orAfn ,4eeoods, despite .the announcement regarding herith very bcrutinizing nee ret ly chetUhed plan looked so much more about it. As be grew warmer she and her muted-having sere ty or eighty men I and aItIusvute.fflt. ,rer ."fs.nb&nd. : 1
.of,J!. eImsfr J to the ret relief eyes. tangible m1cf 'pI'At.tic.I: !, now she bad.irwluced i '.mother cooled, until, on Kate' steady: persistence killo I, and fifty women andcbilfren taken pri what U befter;Iii heart i,.1itt fur, q- uuu- <.

of K!tV tVrobblng 11e.4. IImaII.bnt. bright From.' observation-andim.igiimli'in, perhaps Mr. D.ilion tn foisler it;, a 'meie idea, sc I loi'gas in her purpose, Mrs Ashconibe br, ke soners. They suffered also: the loss of' nil I IthLj. and s'atfry. ,:flqcI v TT o' !1M RJ P ,OJ .

'ilre,djrectly,befor tfer;; gar her a social, f n'titfng'loolt it 11 v *il.-nt andjft ;uugjivg within herself, in : .- camp plunder- large amoanlpf dried I deadjj bbgbt.ppon. |ts rtjg1t.ope; ,, 1tt191.tO b i
and she'drew near,Jf ..whh A ''tlrteglsnce "Ahr said .Mr Dalton, jeiking his WIIinti I Intel become rt'liioty.in.\t Dalton's cummbn "There's no arguing with KI8IIid she,p buffalo meat, tbeir ]lodges/aml] fifty ors .- curse its pt'oP18' ;w4r/t rn }p !
.' tt'so.tnaeBofths aforesaid :foreK dHSr the .fire, and folding his arms. \Vtll., sense {-rasp. Her prtfliion' was fixed ; her "when she's bent upon anything. Let her 'be Indian women, it is said, fought furious. be seen.who baa. 6 tee.:flitnre. 1l Ed".n' :- .

'. .:as risible."Large; derelnpmeot of..Benrol Kattlw a .object in life (clearly! defined )be.forther;;she go.she can please herself." ly.I .. .. .or &haunou.; tbt.iU.bf r j11r i,..t.[ ':: .': 1;? hi

.nea,!* mentally obserred.Kate, who hadJjeendipjiing "Mamma cannot bear ,toilie patted fro,, : felt all the quiet energy rof judeIendence.--. 4 1 shall not binder her," said Ellen, car On: the part of Gen.. .Barney's force five or ti Lei; v.-.r Sbann9n' j'a J.j oiupug.glawtes r .
RUed rand: Ellen. ani I Mr. Crawford both, Silt, too. was about to step t-leBIJ. ; L2 r. :.
.mt t irenology t .;.bat J 'always upon a new path ; six were MJed sod as wooodsd. N-, now prefms.l $
wiab that she should take, ii-r home with fcnd it that must.be taken '' She has few to beside many tare of Ksnsas, tJie l Hbuie -
'inew thAt,.orlshoold no.t have'come. Kate, up. I rep boldly and please said KatE< officers were among the M.led. aitf ,n.ed ofHSp.
'D"'.om 're-aMQred/bfpAn 'to wonder r: them. .But therel a difficulty, you set." singly; -ather suited }her character, than lo with a touch of tartness as she rose. "I thanl C ,'"The' : Indians ,who were "conperned In this resent .tfyn-iU': j4naidvteoj1nijYsp.! : $

"th bui: *wa >of b feimtacrj iaad *1 t ".Is. not Crawford ''iouae.larg.e' enough to (follow like E len, in the footsteps of auotbpr. you you both for the permission but it might t hftttle, Vere.'the.Brute r Sioux if.the PJatte-rr I I prcprutionr.UU.-.ttat rvUi..d..ciattf
-:1nf ,a ..Ii I indit atflrf .coqghr upon 1 hold'Ur Kate toolYe'ifabeontd* At least s.she- aaid 10- berstl! ; and if,'low have been given,more"kindly/' There was I l tbv same who ;were, concerned in the infamy void There;It hop. *'ia Uit.aoxi-Coa. f.Vf

.whfc x'deep .Tolca. jasain?'from under the: ; : submit to live there," down in her heart, there was a wn-irnaly j.oI1t'h.pn .her arm, in tbe b MI. ;&be.. turned I ; ,of .Ltvat Grattai's command,, :massacre near-: .v","r''L ;',;- Ji".'.. z." ,".,I.., _..'.. .. ., ....1'.
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{OI't"11@ftdaid, *;T Enotr Miss Ashromba-is; Kate with s momentarily flashing eye. whisper against this assertion, she smiled. it round; Alfred Crawford looked earnestly ,ia 1 Fort- Laramie, and the- I haIII <
** **.-tthat: she will not.do. Ne'Uier' will with refes-ij t -istt'n. her face. mudirjfthi'niaiJsod abidingjjp&afidffaei'a.t2ro-
bw e away Upon .
bat it wi'l.tfn) harm. e reaching
waiting no who hav\ .
naty4. ) J.oeied ftl\.f. .
Peiident.Ij' .
frequently )the .
former sake.alone, exile Ellen's in: tber from that labyrinth of villas, St John's Wood Then won't with Kate f Dear ,. '"
"No fit ill, renlW' KatpV now:.clear and she you go us, United States to meet tHrm in battle. Among know, how to f.'f-"I"t. \
Ellen's home. Listen to me, Mr. Daltun.- uroe.dfrll one of'he rnnnuoa' into Kate, think againI ." in.uJ Jrighti
'plMdnt! vni'She U (e1ing a little vmore s a sort the pape s found with them th. .iud i'nt: rr.r1ti.o!, J rz
.ouorts4sk "sd cocrzgeonct .Dun't think .0 nieanly! of me as to imagine I. of f t'.grovl' It was a trim retia-d pot, too thank you-I cannot." Kate resisted I 'bill of..t e 0911 which they ,had way..- (n"a purely na'dbnal- fcns P '|
eaptared.Th wfti
am riiored bjf1 a1\ mere impul-e of prid I genteel and townii.li to suit Kat-'s the pleading glance; sad loosened her hand I i lfeB''sTdV *
A,pain of.bin* pvwir which seme and hue ;jet J 'letters.apeak of the..engagement to rvsent an i.)j jnry
mof rw..lfttW.t" r, now rai! Pd themselves; bkye deeper and better reasons. If it had not: there had been pleasant hours in the small from bis. She.drew her breath quickly an I gallant andwell.CQndflCtwJ as avery offthaTjir tn**1
and turnAl *' fidl' penetrating' lonk npon" her p berit for'my'>father, should have left ome carefully tended garden, the gate of which sl.e ran int" her own room.fI What does undoubtedly, t 6. successful. iu it to any section Un1on. u.inj; cba. .. :

"ifl4Tw1'v %rhef$ ling,ronnd upon his ftool l I Icing,before now, ;not that I hare anything on- I she nowopened ; she knew every flower, and ho"flu-nn What ,does he think a woman's!! so many of ih *eM!nnr and tbe of killing aIL.-icwr.vzdEaxqr. .t''Il /. ;rf f
from nndw the reretoe* of,the iefk. Mr.Dal- 'kind: to say of- it, 'but bcau-- it did nut suit cared for each as we do for the pets of our heart is made oft"! Tears came ; arid 'Ihe wornt'tlaDd children.-- "rapture, -0 *their+*' .Naw..GoK" .tj O.-W 1 -

ton I iMroed one ana ,tbereopon. .nnd. confrsrn.ed1hi'.vitrr. > me, nor' I it. This happens sometimes in the own. fostering. That back par'orvindow, heart that had borne so bravely, yielded jCora This war will not end here. The patch ff m'BL. !Louis. toys i r Gwsruor'.Shan-' V1*
.' world. ,People'find the nsekes ,I Iiia, pbere too, admitted, of.a.pleasant' sent? indeed,. helemembered '\\hjle.jBut will not be satisfied with a single i e'OgaC'Nut Indians non ard at Westportonth- J
P41"nit atilL- Mllli A8bcombewlkncingatbiarm'ehafr. .I 'o..t of harmony 'with jbfir oJ"r- jD'.>A't; that, .Iast ,'inler,.t bad ..oft-.n Kn4e was not conquered ; it was pr. though the, result has < ult4 ud k
i i-Wthr( n'Wbi .Kate hAd.Wt4inNw.AlOa.fj curl your, lip air; I aoi speaking fact,jovtseotiaient. t i b |d.tw.P : her wprk.uj,le.was there, and ol haps her last hour ,weakness.. The next .10- ..-- Y. not' keen.. most-. disastrous, -.narlecMq th5fr- ,aPhr.kL- -- --. -
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taken' -set*ion. .!We.sr.waiTeatinDtrevarr.pnrJunbaries. What was I, as a child, where course Alfred l.Crawford was glad to coiiieaa evening Mr. Dnlton ea.'Ied: and discussed tire again;'risk a general"probable that they will I .- in wtfoh: ha id: '"
Now, Beauty! was the idol. of the nursery f What near_ to the light with his book as rmssible. affair in a tone that irrwitlr Ahpl't'rl' Mrs.. -Aah.- policy will be to engagement their1, the drspositioo.m.r.t.di ia-pan.\

,!"." Ujr:bostflWM jon jbaitd. Hare we been but a shad-w in. Ellen's little'world of triumph. Kate,. stood still for a minute; her memory combe's and EIlt n'L: Tbe dead husband's; trnops, inviting pursuit annoy and into,,bar distantand rasa. .oQ'r: the territory to ..1IaUJl1.. h"ofltb4rJat :
Oh! Mr. Dalton; you know that the lit. was apt to present to her little viciJ friend and cnun-rllor the plain practical .,
3g .so :.new Dnr-wth; a ) Lt"I poor pictures man inaccessible portions of the country,and there Legislator Be; i; ,1 .mblJ' :
lie- plain sister carried about a heavy heart. of the past ; it was not bert fault that ihry of business, approved and supported Kate- them battle.
giving I
Bnt'tbey will find g4andth.ewsrt .J
"Hikd'Ooimattted. raeV an 'fndr..mf i ft. It.was nut admiration I wanted"' -here Kate stamped themselves so grapHically upon der' t A'madt all the difference.) Henceforth no Harnvy and the forces under his comraed Gen.' ..I, -.h aJd

.Idiat thlntlahoold rcntore to .spe k,.oCftto spoke i impetuAPjJyr-lore., Mamma was aincj) .or. ,hat just,then the autumnal light more oppo,1tf.n'Cntwr.1"d' -no longer Yen ready to meet and chastise tbVm, at his antborfty cr,rofbre*.tbeo. .H' wsa -

Mr"JWioo." aaU Kate alwavaab, .orld, in Ellen, I was nothing to upon that window brought befpre her a bright tnred a word though he -Janced nt Mr. Dalton and uuder all circumstance any point., tor.. .ftj AJCii tir .fii .. "

;{ n.arU .pI,. ..Woill"' her" but a sigh after a smile. Papa bad not manly face bent over a book, with slant with a dissaiifie l air, that questioned 4Ve hope to receire'full .. I I' .:\
r eIYD !" a ttiyongh1 If' practical thai learned to know rue th>'n You were the streaks of sunshine playing on chestnut hair. his business with: the affair at :I1.) If that 'battle by to day's mail All accounts that this Boston Courier aid fa&t EIet1u. .'

: f&6fbuathiUiesnted1C.aie; '" a'nd'bette flrit'who spoke lon'tiglv to me,; at first,nut of. The clear air freshening round her,dJIIJt wa< a time nt Jlrp aj-.n: .for Ite..it sooo ftIJ. .:teu.:.is from. n'sjathentite; .we, .have ::1be.19ston: f>oaIr&ppon Iour1.y, fi

t ## syrapwhy with girlish cMtrhPta pity, but afterwardou. gut to .like me. I the echo of a gay, pleasant voice rem iiigJier came to an end.Ir.. Di! o'ti'Mul) rkjiryJ.f :" source.- a ,1 I..nt'n.d. per1&.nt .*nttijf 'Pr,.!. ;
lfdi &? tUuay. ei th ask aAid.tn'fJ.ta i.kKow.you: did, tndjt did me morejjood than favorite authors, and ..association would not an excellent school in "lIt krOJ'f, and there What are the Sounds dtnt Pferee, 'lib '&dr hil. mnan'11a' !
wii b<*tL A.n& jrlanee will appear i anything.. \ou Jtv'ugbt'mv th<* ten les
., ,," Mrbaps very, girli-h and cot a little. rfry life-t. .Jove r ther tbanlnng to bi loved. hers, escape her memory. As those truant month; hi that time she would $familiarize' dues may possibly. give rise to a teul&r-cantm.ntsj: '!Ofl P. .
eNw,'i'J i. ".. .' M!.'p,ton. 1 know what I ow.. you." She thoughts came, a shadow passed over tbe 'herself witb tbe people! .and manners of a .raou, dispute between Use t United States wnt reto'i.d'Mifoe,' 11 .t, 11"Th'M ;, :
Co/p* to aL WIG_ point,'raa-lam: 'nmr read i ToJte up.atid took his hand and pressed i it with animated; face, the erect and energetic farm strange land, and be on thE spot to select ber and what Denmark, it will be interesting to know ': !J f]action Las .Wll d tto tfitfftpttbtta 3{ -

fitsc**" I no srlptlik, 'force., drooped a little The sound nf Ell! *n's laugh position K ile adr irj:.t'le' clear s glitednessof : they,are. The"Spqnd"is a harrow,strait place it baa decided that Ui%

ifr.DfifeoaI.with.ob gortrneaa! I ,fbe giil! actually! hurts one her grasp is within soon broke (be spell, and Kate started, this arrangement'ami( embraced it at once,' lying betw-en ;t he Island pf 1 ,Zetland, .bel jfdcg, rI4soTThhlA.&n&. fntt..1' 1imMra. '4. ,.

4og.jarmsq.y .Mr., Dali n.xlfjj -. like a vice f.said. >Ir..Dalton, turning round 'enteied' the house, and went up <-rairg.MI although the offer of. prO'toedllI1_ her jnurnev. .iot
;c j.z.pped fjn front to lib. delE. :; "f A' .. iifc J! thought, I.''*wan" strong-minde! i woman" bv a friend. of-" '\-Ir., -DaJtnn- -.., -nlJ'urtut. ." .li...., gives tress to the:Bfthie SCA. Thefo>.. roit" Main* 'amomj-tBDuoKSf 1
.of.. .th4ts,J q ""inllr .It waa bftter after 1 ferew older and mind i ieouagespt..my I the extiAu'fl! with- a smile of' seK-moek-ry, to't:1."e b-r deirnrture..iuciisu..nr than; sli* of and Cronburg"Castle -c, nn.dtbj: ; agtoj* MUuMw" S
Kai*Atk&. !*T' rthwcttyo.n were 'I I lifr from EllenVu ] bat I am weak. Strong-minded; energetic, bad intended; .Ikut E.llen dispensed with her sage : etlr r(rom'aU ,.,1.f : ftx >etf f.'5fedrSKSS I

irf#or-. G.httne Bet:Kate MtrtiTl a Kale.: ."To;stay at home from balls,,, ah,'Mr. Dalton! Take rourage,,Kate; it i ionly bi. assistance in tbe bridtl l. pr parati.ons-sAd: entering jhe Baltic; .tua! jshipVof: ':'Denmark:: .*f a.gathcrcd- .iat, o asgiirftirt:: 1

BgbKtkft.pree A9 i Jod;.irhHf .Mr., ,and study or relf.t.o papa, wM rpJeaaanter. the strong who so feel.thyir iveakuess. gave I I.er free !env. $to waive that conslderalion. Tbe#lNlf'Ytt to pay, aa wtll aaforelgn j annag* .";,.1ecou1y.ktsIfithiM4 .tr, t

Dalton pat.his handmader. bit coat-lafla,and I But he took up so !little.i(cny.time.; a after.:: (.was.tint the first struggle that had poc-urred Kate quitted her home' ne$rear times.joriifU Deooiark} off jbis exHCtlyais;, tfast in. Ancient, rt.wbite1wh1g; itwb !. :t : 1
1 lL44. -1.1ck door,-, ptrsonl- ly.&tt '- II, I lefl school, I painfully fflt the want of some: *n tbat eb&mber, nor.WHS it.thefirst: .f-m4ny. morning in Octoberwith dp very,heartbreak. '' certain :undertook; to.bild.d' 'alaln *- *flu httnd. ," tD Of :10.-1 i
ft I I 1 In vietoriesvKate eelered the ing farewells, uu'dr the llgb>hpus bL9LfLkl. utefpl object life.I was doing nothing. parlor>.quJ9tt.snh- bind escort of her U _f t.w
';l. nots'.r J&jIIi! .th. 4oor-. M&m naartdEIlin: did JJot :need",nie;> papa dued, but steady; the: jnninenlary..vrjeikuegsorer. 'ather's friend. Heaven: accompanied. her to ,which, 'B tho' .France jBS i rtis i"'to'p y'th1L and,t k.ap aWi ) bgEl _

.a- (or .iloog,lim* 'fct>mfda giM' Jiociety.: Icould The Alfred Craij&nidsitting somewhat Dove, and saw her 'fairly o.n board th. Os- # .gI ,, ,' HoIIaiut 'and"5wdehofpna thefb- 4t a4 "IIfd'"'' I
, : 'ilkl"-ZW.l rft r' n fritter mytimia ung'Jadv. trifl .1 listlessly by the fire was not the ton pleasaaicomj tend, picket, and in charge of bit old! frjf nd pay -ty perceD1'.CIID.1): srgonrjigjh simple gT6poa' 'whk iII"Ifiu
*vr Kait I1fttW anion of.hvrtnernfry Mr.' Mst-a kindness which 'almost P altlc.Otbw I ,oountris*,;indod- theIr Nll \ ,- I.
> bat.-the betrothed 'aY .
,,"kJ *-* .! bare.npt much of the young ladj a.n I' "r -, t .
.l..I" 'j of her sister Ell the voice niiffljt f f jhflujed < ate for she bow much iDS the unitcd'Sifatet, paV oce.aod: qaarttrperceut ; ,* -
: n knew lrfSSMB
". ,. 'are .now. J,. ", .LU prepare ; ) .:r are Jie.sarne .t a. ( : : OTi ; J e
.Th ftffif..fa. crererowcW DO room for 'm1.poJ.1J1e {awI. .t fD, C ebrigLt hair might.c.t tehl] <}kH.SH.roe k.isI ,his habits "was snch. a proceWipg.Jl rat. lh; ) Danisi.iMpar.& turdto; .i34[* Ulne.ll..w.to, bwba-
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I -bo bsi o'th. Jt'- .. : ; .M Now,ire are getting1) fctb -'Do; ? jQalUpin. I sunsetgream, tot :. was Btro-g nov vle.jpradgup' -. "14lip d ,his hand .with,a very Jingering,. this doty wj : : ooteW j IJItwmr: th'l1tdf f ,.P.fJt I. ,.
.BntlIsv h ( t&-re'. I l' cab ".Jiloqa! Mr.DlIonppoolng Us | to receive her witha wanngrtttilJl ptss4re.; she cit as if abe t-bonW rivld after StaU jiad : CfefeS; : .

t e1tta.: 'i : Ao4d' "I' ;'bxL&t r. ..; -4 r placed a chaff bj the, flre-." was !nIV-f(. _. ';,Wot any yr ;3at h'fljiljsaf ; ] ) : i..1di: V t 1 ,. m-fIJI.
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;. Vdd&IstiekfII "Ift 4p "Not4at ujT"i aI$) -hate .'! I m rtI1.meu sts! .sfte'.5mj/U'tM6/ cold;' .sitting'so .I long tip.lifr < Good. y;"iny:fJ".i aa >ppafettflycr diiscve4 byIthor! of ihs' '1f.Orl! I )' "

rMah:': M! i i4j4f4t" 4 akltpMUbt; !libouldmir.f !t :; ;.eheerfully;risweied: Pernap ]le rayod 'igime ov .gaiDg y thrg1N70n.: prths ... '

FSt : "j & > ?;iv ti ij.sCl'yf, : li teeoip .Ji r nother and EIl hbut: the might hare given! me a fatherly kUs,t&thpagb( : t1. .
LAkid ,the ri- .
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.J ana -i o4 : WAI Accnsidmed4pthrir.i etj'gUnce Katf: and she ,lafdown and filled. qtiietlr, ft .1
01 t2&1 .0 asS3fS I ILA (rwfofiJ-ta: t fi*Dtr1>jr tttfnwr and the balf.fretful ( oftE-i ofth4 '.L tk': t.ner- hVad' tarhcd"aside: ,' add hw bars Gotrtrntpent detenobed to.pat&'(omble todo f'a'! ." J J ,' .
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ltJOb M yoat words. t of a pretty fact f i ot ber. drnp'ping into thu wnter. theImpeitie'n. Upsoor, then Ef

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The Apwt of Politics., ajjd concluded witli thc declaration tEai 'oor t awhich
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| A late number of the Boston Daily Ever ( slavery jjfiKansas P And why patrioUsntgbould -

r. w* tee inofferwawrknd Jtt&p reaURfcs work ur.iciation is jKTjdf fe representatives cl r1test; ttnpalataSla TOB' art *eth1 to

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the office of the Secretary ot State, as follows: pfSt ie belonged to he M Amen- But l.t t retorn to t question
l and is a fair indication of the spirit and sense more than he loves the Union or reveres ,

b 4Af $rst fOI&ui1 E &*tI1 ebcirr -_ .- Constifaitk>Eu_JBut he ftUo J* thf jfpresentative WALTO.V.-White males 976, white femalei can party.**_rAfter this publicaUoo, one of] -Justice' Tney appohitmetit. mmtptieaaul* W
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1 T Annon4emnt of cdiitis t, pild wU were found to be convenient tools *A aid in iromprpmMeJhkii t I Nothing class-'l Which! at& 1t iXtIt&ittitr free colored 8- questions through the Greenville Ala1i1I, ;
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1 "mn1 jjgS it WM ewSdratly considered that lavnr oer- Know Nothings previous to the electiqp.
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; ID. ; of itd ffo4 tehe nfptwir
r : pro bold
the ucesJem4y.of 'iviicijt6'6 in that State.for office of Governor Jjs.gasec ( i -. t- I.' 't
: 31.ni. $ Bis'fd'nd
Ki1g Yea gire tO
i tIT welfar tIt KL4Ykitemalea ,
fime :
hi bei fei e nt prsntaI
8nt1 A14thnthiD iI Ww rffj C 1 Vf\t'
:. .:. "*\Vhen I .. .- ; *_ --- 5toatwh-1216ala davi _
profiss&r -
intelligence. tive.of the blaek ,' seems rn'bi- olitica1 order society to1t Ci11e4
_i ju- **- -=* i* "*" j "- -? -- I or eo
) t1cr.ircu; ourt-Brfl 37I dUe t 8 > v 'i- f *' 251: females211 total slaves 4 62 free Mi a .- 1' -
and jraWu i,. ; ) I
f jMne ,; sWogly rfajsifies history In jtious oxta1ie under hi* paternal wings at least rnoW. oth1flg* r I aziot'admat that I aiUkfm -

y r this style; and insolently nss ik.a liyge'flijd pp9rtiouof.tlej white race ,alsq. Ilojpro'iessed ored *7-totit .jOP1At1bIjC13. ri IfiCO, Ir

1. : J ,,z )311oticportion of this,-great-confederacy, he opposition to tlioKnow NoihiBg'apyet' white malep 711, white females' 473 total i1IjallM'ti Botycr
;? $$1 -has, fven evidence of a'moral or mental deipfaviry the Know"N&hing.in State Convention, ten.dered whites,!184 5 male slaves 202*females 170 ? thiiiir ;? d'trr'b
: ) toda secret o'ltief ezoeiej i iJ ii ''iK">* Jtt.ts.
'Mdfhg'4I ; T. ** < ng 11g; weald *
: *) suggestive, at feast, of contempt'or to hinf Ihe'post of chief standarti-bearer total slaves 377-aggregate J6011 'Increase whatever, cither,religions or oHdte'al,1 irBiiaI no offi ir n, vs-S be r.ft iu a jjble

'..t! 1 : -- s iD pity.Vevoiili-not nb'uce jt this ebullition in their party, whjcK'he. promptly.And gladiyaccepted. ttnce 1850, in whites 133, in slaves 96, in stfil say iffds'correct. I tad iofaed r -sccreksopietyj

4 : .rn.s3otayoyer Jooe ,. political fjineticjsm orsection.il, knavery wo Being-the candidate of the-Know free colored total'increase! 235. vithfat any namefbptevfr; } wTJcL rsthot _

4. ti. COTOflC-COI.dflt$. : I9-alIt;
t tithcrs, IL-- c? appropriate--but that it proceed* from the when from repudiating their cardi males 247t&> -total whiter 5085 ; male slave i Councfl, that f the question'' was pot, Dojoit

:. SurvcyorJ.." B. Jeficosf, SS; E. M. of class the North necessary 2553, females 2750 total slaves 5312 fre belong to tnd'Know Notnin&s J wo cooldsafrfy Ji. jKSK
i 3L1 Jk ** t. representative_ a ait opposedto principles, nor does it seem that such re- ;- < : answef'Maf did naf, f cWr eMi p. ;I j j wj.jneawngI .
; Weet, 1 2 majority.02..i, .tim South and to the I colored 18- 10/115. In 1850 '
,, opposed Democracy.It pufliutiou subjects him to censure by the Order. aggregate ,: NAME. In accordance wfthhes\ in. V rey4-Wfl
:13. j omjtjfi Coronussjo: ers elected James represents the Fiuion interest, which embraces We will let him speak for himself. We white males,2027, whrte.female* 1870-total .- str tWioJis and mV'own views; answered t$< I iion oaflp

Willis,' Joicph-Cfiaires; john.C; omarttfi all the isms and faclionsand fractions I find the following letter'in the Ohio Stato whites 5S97 ; male ..elavea 2371/emalei I qiiestlorua propounded by 'Mr? Ilransfordfrnicu'wAS the ca1i, kIf lJO1r5 t et&iy tUce

.'. &t' Fat. r&tht ,j I j of parties so prevalent at the North, with the Journal, and endorsed by that paper : 2509-total slaves 4880 ; free colored 7 ag.- CORRECT." T took? tHo'precatJtioito Tefs'* t.
ShOW my letter of the lidi June; 1855; t< 1 '
.44 4' I. -
.. I Barn for Gads eu.At tingle exception the Democratic party._ It tPIUTATE.J[ ] Xtsu, Aug. 24 l l&Mr gregato .8,784 Increase'in whites 1188, ir two responsible gentlemen of the'brder, be- p unauie. u9der tnq.' tmen n cteo ; -

will be seen that this editor charges upon the DEAR SIE:-Tor.r letter Lee remained jr.ngunanwered slaves 432, in free colored 11-total increase ford I had it published, fjfenUerrneTj hat I,confided cvqaeqy ai:
dioelecfionln Gads en.County on Mon- but I have been all tie time in inotou.I -- ,
: I South, *' with the aid of some Northern politicians 1631. : iirboth' as to'Teractty and jadgwient ar*trot ir th1mpnQC3,12]
when to 4
the General \ now take might asleep.
Uy lat for Rcprc8crUatiTe. Jo
: ; % < : ," the repeal of the .Missouri Compromise. I appreciate highly the gerwoiB and liberal coorac males 162$ white ftm and asked them fl w'as correct;in njjr'answer and maimaofGeneJaekbuttibt.)
:i Assembly in place oC !! & N.-D. Zigl r, retigned of Mr. KUCM,ami ha*e directed my nephew to addrcbs in regard to that particular question.'
The charge, if true, would only prove les 1279-total whites 2908 male slaves tile1 Vrery5 mafiin'"wiicTfBe & 3b..
him note to that effect.As '
4 tnal f strength between Ibo a both told that I was. Ifliwai
.. <> They me I f I-1 j'I
that the South had determined to have but to the fcncrtv- otlnng organization is well 1924, females 1869-total slaves 3783 ; free
and Democrats H-SS had, and the wrong or answered the Question wrong, I"am
;' result KSthings is rout of the flowers of Sam. The t simple justice; but the fact is, that.th_o,act sot the known Orcki nd and tin3mlo all my-T ihat influence I am, n will>t"a be member directed rf colored'1 aggregate '0702. ,In 1850, Marion not bV'myself;for Dr;'Webb, DK Nixon and [To my'irAind,. p41nd1fhend
f' tfs"u'ere JohnJ jf Colson- antVKnowNVtbiap I bitterly denounced by tbe Journal, never would ugjm"t injustice] and oppression 1 In every form. I and Suriipter were united, at which ii'inetho Colonel! McMullen, (Enquirer's aec'pnd choice,) thB'pub1kWiUi1rer43i.,4$ oneJ.slori .

: :: andY Tbonias. H/Condry, Know To me. however H eeema evident that since the
i t but a Jarpe number of Northern politicians"j split at Philadelphia, the Order in the Free States i Ii? shows the population of Sumpter to be 1313.If ,precisely the same x5iitinthat'Fd'd.It mode of eiapyfc'ftBut h 1te drttI.
official vote fthe.Cotntyist therewas difference it this' th'emet
NorhrnrpTlie"_ the Indeed the of daily.beeon5i1I more and more liberal towards our any was ;
7 .1 i J H JCfllson j rescue. repeal be added to Marion, it will show an
_' -' the Bociet in council fix mohtlrs-afteV-1 1
fcws: immigrant fcllu -citizrnfi. :I desire to. this
., I promote
,.- i J '- that Compromise i is regarded truly as a Northern and aggregate in th* two counties of 8015 and did at least the last named Writlemen -4uericip "
: ?n, ,., _- > -' ***> tendency indulge strong hopes that the Ord.ritself or hvo cqJ, zr g ,n.r pmbed.
% '
-' ; Notwithstanding this the editor n ill soon so liberalize its platform as to leave in did and answered
.V measure. !again since 1850 of 4G77. : ; the question as-I dil givIng jroor
t. it of which the '
ntt.iched -I
nothing txrfn.'reallj
of obnoxious institution These mer langoage. liThe
speaks establishing an returns added to thost from avail
to our institutions,can complain. Such I am aurel by !- twenty- you.
Er .i MatyCkn.. :< .- . ol I upoa territory consecrated to freedom prominent members of the Onler, will actually rx- the two Counties already given, show the following italics and small caps- arc our own.- $r'1.
** case. Mr. Ford. ftreThIk.tiI.eIy avows that [Dallas & e1te. : "'* VsQIit.e3pc11I '
<2ads3en. has been saaimed ns the headquarters by legislative enactment and destined by naturc I )he is r> n.dy to allow tO nil frreigiieis, who are in I ; resnhs ae compared-with 1850 : - Jl wncelbf -P9T -*

; '--4i -of KmW Notfingism, and such a for the abode of freemen only." And heart American" every privilege of-American eitIz(n. | Whites. Slaccs. '- "Free. LEON COUNTY, 9ct. 21 1835.'o fiwm-of.yonr now NffliinRiyyo

thjng is'defeal was not dreamed of; but the then he goes off into hysterics.about the progress viizner He dow t< not re.ide cniiidrt here( nny that particular It i incotsarv length of- for time a f>in r-J I In 1855, 56,0 JO 40G53 ,COO GEN. 'Ri- ;'-Kl. .CAirL" I a&vancean5denial jyodroaji mi&pA rL *

result: shows that, the people! of the" Countyporn I' of an unscrupulous and ambitious power order to become in heart an American and derirw uo In 1850, 41,01f' 35,85G 709 S1)- .:--pu? \iiU.read- I J ,yconcejdte4hat f. On- v I > when* I Yohd1i'tjd-fi'U yb1bUJtht

their confidence. ," and comes to the conclusion that I extension: as L, understand him, of tie present tjaturnllzation Catholics wesobgfe r" ffiSEf nljre
tbe. thing as unworthy sage ever a citizenloflers. to inatrtlcttbe public mind, .
term .
1 fiveyo-ars 15,003 10VJ7 49 .r,."i >;' -o-- i'j ij?. m art> .t&iy.is ,t.w .-.
; .4V Henceforth Nothingism is defunct in Northern men find themselves called upon i I say tins In,do justice to gentlemen on the ll rfet. it-is the right of those'who: differ with'h'iin' tocriticise

*. Gds3enr to art imdf-defence!" Self-defence against So far as I know, none of them are prosrription- his essays/oppose bis viewB and'i'c- ; $ ; (qhconcettrated
lets or bigots : while all of them wunid oppose any atI I Increase in whites,. .. .. .. 15,003 -
; The County officers Delected were E. C. what I Simply .againtt The exercise of the erupt to rtibveri orx ii'jure American institutions by I in slaves,. . ,.. .. lO,797J pose (he errors whctKe/dffiicJt or argument, l- And ved to IiF-WMJ! s.

p- : }x>vc, Judge- Pmbate-James M. Smith, constitutional right of any freeman in this confederacy ecclesiastical power or alien combination. For myself I- into which he may have fallen. Others\nl! k.dbothInha I IL
,have uo fear of such attempts,and believe that .
I Sheriff;.Moses Atkins,Tai-Asse5spr and Cd- to carry with him into any territory the vast majority of the immigrant population would 25,800 allow that this may be done without confcmad- & W.

-tt lecior, by 7 majonty over H.;-G. Ray, the cf the.United States his own property Because tb resist. most end American attempts of a*the promptly Americans.and energetically as Decrease in free colored, .. 49 ing the individual with his errors and that in eiyL

f next iighest candidate JR.C. Lester Ck1 ; the South claim and exercise this clear Hence I am luppy in bde.viogtliat! there ia no Nett increase,. .. 25,751 exposing the l latter n&assaultTsintended! upon 1fn4h .

: .j J. H. PounelI. \%. S. Gunn. W.-(Gibson, TV. constitutional right because Congress has at longer any danger to foreign bv>i n citizens from the the private character oftbe former.. This suggestion om,tafaces .lead to tit* r'r quhii-
American organization. The jic'iial i is
only danger
rL: -4 It; -T.'-Gregory, Commissioners- ; X U. Keadlev last removed,$6 unconstitutional restriction I from the pn> Slavery wing of it.; Men who oppose Aggregate in 1855,. 103,329 13 made because there are mon wbo wcfyt>0 awafvli.' -'lo19ke1rrt_ ,.

i -h Coroner., and J. W. CoM'art, Surveyor. Ia upon that right, northern men feel themselves tbe opprtBei"ti of Slavery in good fuith, cannot long sg in 1850,. . .. .. 77,578 always regard opposition to their principles stanre-- "tan&Sr, bjyoJei1 fr'i .liiha'or,
ari ; --
*" : entertain illiberal views of any question cc v t. Tiv :
a : called 'npon by an imperative ncccssitif' to to themselves and seem to desire theStata twt
-:----- f This letter will beEuffioI to bow niy wn faith, Georgia Election. as hostility ; ;

We oertthat.the Sentinel gives notice16f "c e;'Vthc rors" of this unscrupulous ana my opes in respect to other I have no objections to be esteemed as martyrs in a cause'which DepajtroQn,attt %,.nomctelk; ,
to it to Mr. lines to Ms Returns of the election which took
Wliiddon'6Hridger your showing ? or mating place
i'i t a flee barbc *to Dfegvcn aear : aad.acibitbus power iVLat; a "fusion" of six-h use of it aa his discretion will approve, only I has been successfully assailed and ovkrthr wn.. except-one." PzieiJ1

k oh"Saturday, the 13th i inst., to -whiche'cifeiens I[ nonsense, bluster and madness As we reserving that it be not published or printed ; as I in Georgia on Monday laet, indicate the ro- I trust, sir, that you do not rank yourself ;

t :'t 6t Ga4&1tn4; Leon; v'akulla=tr.d j[have aheady remarked, thisehtor deserves the would newspapers.prefer to avoid I do apy nt unnecessary hesitate, however appearance, to avow in election of Governor Johnson by a handsome among the number- F not re i1t1e

<.i Jefferson Conftfies are tn' ted,-wt1itbc prom- i the notice we give hlrrf for no other reason in all the 1thcontains in conversation with all who majoi I ty. The Augusta Constitutionalist of Before proceeding to notice such portions >H oScfr wSi| | |p

ie speeches from distingaisbM Vators the woild than that be is the representative ofa seek to kuow my \iews. Yours S.P.faithfully CHASE., the 3d furnishes reported majorities from 42 of your letter published in the Sentinel of the .iaj erwbttl f.iliej.,; dc )y Qiacfiremen ,
a from Quincy, &eeMoodcello, &c. class opposed to the South, and that cannot I HOMER Cooo-arix, ESQ., Sandueky City,O. Counties, which shown majority for Johnson I 25th September I have selected for review, or messengerk.1 CoabUes U 4iM at.

.4r Is there to be free discussion! Will our. and will uever be permitted to iiffiliatc with It is marked "private," and become public over Andrews of 1975, and a gain of 4000 permit me to remark that a cause is bt-ttsr aIogiiewre ''glri'tli
votes compared with the election two
1. neighbor sWe I the Democratic party. without the writer's consent, and, doubtless, years sustained by argument than by assertion-by which_. we maV "'
iv r"Tttv v' "i'/.j f <
We will now introduce to our readers another very much against his wishes. Murder will ago, when Johnson's majority in the State fact than by fiction, and that if this rule had give;- way for-one'oT4emiOD- ,? ,.for tifjiSFii ta |rrenad
; : l-S1.-t.
f*4 that some of the spea12.i was 510. We append the Constitutionalist's t ; T'
regi Demcra&#. mEting in Tallahassee'on ihdividunl, who is the representative of out." Mr. Chase "happy in believing that been observed your letter would have been on whick .it w ba2cccr D gjtIfLi
'- ; Saturday week, indnfged in the most atu'rivfc'and another class equally opposed to the South there is no longer any danger to foreign>bt>rn list: suffered to pass unnoticed. unworthy orjoo:irrndn1oiilt$ te..

:.-.+!;-- dendneiatdrylangoage toward*tho and Democracy-we allude to the editor of citizens from the American organization.I' ."- Aadffvs1 Jfajuriliit. j Joknion't Majorltitt.'aaptrr Referring to the declaration in your Nashville further than-as -furnisbing e klcnee s1ow
SOiOordoo 100
:- American Party. Wo were not present our- Ac"Ohrb StktJd rual. In his paper of the The only actual danger vt from the pro-sla Cass, les.Taliaferro, So speech that the principles of-the American the conditfo'i--- I i'tJix 'JtYd_' ,
; -s"tryv.-.4
1 ? elves-l btreave denounced} been informed and "branded,* that them they llth insL, he indulges l in the following! remarkable very wing of it!" We presume his object is Upson,, 225 400]Dougherty Pike 15Janoo party.are identical with the principles Wd! hjchznayrnake iUj Uqd you

: ; stigmatized, strain of exclamations lid of "tbe of the American and maxims of General Jackson, 'and to the t i atpriu &otaek.
with rude,and ulaJ:' ephhets; fcnch aif applied interrogatories rtp get pro-slavery wing" iutnfcr, 65loustoo Jones, 73 ,
p ,to agentleqiaiii private conversation, and impudent declarations: organization so soon as he shall be I ,' 20 Wilkinson, 276 appointment of Chief Justice Taney which ou'4vith iae-cieed youba1.espucsedi'- You

JI wooU not be tolerated endured for TX mo- PEOPLE-OF OHIO! READ THIS able reconcile its an/i'-slavery" with the Taylor Lee, lHCrawfurd Twiggs| 180 90 has been mentioned to controvert your declaration implJedly admit-li#;tfaat aUt: tJi'olic's *Arrwr-

iuent.Senzinc1Q, 2?. The telegraph, yesterday, brought IM the following "foreign-boru citizens,"and, after the embrace, Stewart, BO, attahaocbee, T5 you say, Judge Taney i* a Roman kAny:!-.; ?.- ; v c- d---t: rfi l.
| before, dispatch: Monroe, 252jOgl thorpe 210 CathoKc.' This alone is no objection to lila th 4n nca te&
heard.-ofitese. the
l WIC kayo p. FEOJC KAKZA*-St. Louis Sept. 10.-0 ov. Shannon to union a grcal anti-slavery party. Henry, .ISOCoweta, 400
that, the Sentinel 40Varren, 450 under the .American creed. The and y t you corapUin tffaPt&ii&Dl for.appointing
: J jfnd"here iiie ocastoti to taj- arrived at Westport on tlie J fit. He was nerena Now, we have subnu'Uid our readers a rronp eligibility I
mbinformed. One report Jed ro the evening;and made ri *nedi, in which be Newton, 27 Putnam, SODeKalb question is does he hold civil allegiance directly -Cathdie; *itIEtbeiIig tbd4b.y
lift totally expressed! regret to se* a disposition on th. port ofa glimpse of the features of the representatives Wilkes, 50Jatooaa 850
is that the venerable chairman of the certain party in tbe Territory to nullify the lawa of of three distinct parties at the North, all opposed 115 Cobb, 400 indirectly, to any foreign power, civil or: hold or

"referred- to (Gen. Butler) said thatno' thel&t. Lcgislatore. He regarded that aaemblj u | to the South and to Democracy/ and Baldwin. 118)Cheroke) 850WbitfialJ ecclesiastical _I_ believe he does no He are otherwise-" thl s
i meeting ,
legal, ite laws binding, and should exert bis authority i ; SO.Floyd. 32 .
and train ofpouroreed.- ,
lobe believed onWs 150'Forsyth' 250 is American by birth, education r t r
Know Nothing-onght to enforoethem. He SAID HE WAS FOK SLA VERT inKASZAS. all having in view sectional agitation and C1 rk. -
oatH in a Court qfn tice, '&c., which is ." Federal legislation which would necessarily 3'pnldinir, 20Pont| 6Dalhaua ing, and is therefore, eligible under the American How:yoM can recoccile- your accoaation
.:: j-: Her is fight for frermen! renegade Oliioan, 75 Murray, 300 "" against die President.for ippointiug Catholics
altogether a.ixjjiater "He said IMS soci thing, who sold biiDMlf to tie Admiowttatuxi and voted for dissolve thii Union- Be it remembered that I Chaltooga, 150 creed to the high relation, .fih1s.

d4 or be4 any language-that could be tortured the repeal of the Missoari Compmnii; scorned flitd these parties, or factions, or isms-or what Walker 150 The public will not fail to perceive the effort to office, .wilh--tJw'dwlarttfon. ff that bring
repudiated by the freemen of Li District, be is now The Georgian of the 3d thinks there- no here made to reconcile the principles a Roman Catholic is'no lijetoz1o eBgibfl-,
into Each meaning. else it be call them have ""
rewarded by the President for LU treachery, and is ever may proper to t *
I The Senrtalti srbont- "abuse" of the appointed Governor of Eanzaa. The appointment i repudiated and still do. repudiate the National doubt! of the election ef Stephens in the 7th and maxims of General Jafeksbn,'* with the ity nuder.tbe"Alnet; Lca; ,creetcan: be rfer *-

1J alled Americanpirty applauded by the Ohio Statement,and u sustained by and Crawford in the 2d districts to Congress. American creed," by art assertion which ed only.to-the.same proccsaby vrbicH tha
w Know Nothing, araibUy the entire Nebraska, pro slavery party in tLis State. Democracy party while, at the tame time,
and us thai Aeir opponents should Shannon goes to Knnra., nd the first thing we hear there is yet n -tie of association that unites THOMAS COUNTY.-A private letter to the nullifies and ignores one ofits main features.LI maxims: of General Jackson cam be made to

from hhn H the above epe'ecli 1 Read it again, free- editor the official vote of this declare that friow.Nothingism, with'th principlei of that ereed.
**** ae& Suppose you gives county as undertake to agree
betafegkt' them to of Southern
I m o of Obk Wilson i-jbannon i FOB SLAVIET isHe large portion our people,
? ttdtise fce Know KtjdiH press to eet an exjHnple I KL1c1AV' believes in the legality of the mob who, also, choose to oppose that fcarne De follows : or the principles of your American creed"are As one of those who.hQldori ftdm

cf mdera nIt is oiiite common to Legislature of that Territory! He will exert his influence Southern Know Governor-Johnson, dem., 578 net-" identical with the principles and max virtuea -of .Awjrew; J c '-l
to out its infamous The law mocracy. Nothings
measures may
1- denounce the::Democracy as the Foreign wbicb pnniJiea;carry with imprisonment any expression of scorn nd denounce Mr. Chase and the editor Andrews, K. N., 432 ims of General Jackson." And now, sir, to cling,to ,the principles;whjeh i insuitalnaJ.I .
favor. opinion in opporftion to Slavery be pronifces lie will < >vcrby, Temperance, 9 be tocHsar\3W'tha naoaliml
Ibe".Catholic Party"ai being in the proof. You admit thai fie.appointment must pemutted
I? Party: see executed. The act which aj points all ubordi of the Ohio State Journal and the editor of the Johnson's majority over all, 137

r.U of i fordgnera ndwg-Amcrica" insteadof oat* fffieeia/cFf six ytart, even down to the ono tables Boston Dally Evening Journal, they condemn Seward dem. 563 of Chief Justice;Taaey by General Jackson onion-- '4.you;nare/Vjogfit W tatjfch'*bc<*' en
may ,
nwriea," &_. Here ad awessors, by the pescut beautiful Legislature Congress althoagb he is a Roman Ins nuuims ana teprfncipiea $flito Acancrejsd
Americana .KUng unobjectionable,
i : their arid their Varnadoe, K. N., 395 was
w aH legal and tiuifing. and mutt b' tn forced! principlcs despise practices "
tajMA-froffl AeiebfiHnn f .is a icim3nk ever a spectacle presented to the ; still,in one respect, they are their associates
: of the manner in vbich the psoudo- freemen of Obio 1 We are expected to indorse and and Scward's majority, 108 er points concur with'you in this. It is then thosiiith whom yoo o.IiUatayd
them aid and
this of ShannonondLthe iminh necessarily give >
speech traUonwhicb
uphold a
'1 American i tity attempts" tff hmnbng the peopleT appointed him! Wt m>il sustain ike man comfort:" they belong to the same order, they Senator-W. G. Ponder, dem., '518 conceded b'etween us 'that under.the "pnncj- gage in acrnsade''a4nstt1io lo inder

itJio detiret to tnr.Jce Kantai A SLAVX STATE! We Ilansell, K. N., 419 and maxims of General Jackson," JudgeTaney's the iedCd'taU
; -7 plea
: meet appiove this ten onsan'l! times worse thaw have taken the same oaths, they are bound Bottoms, ind dem., 59
unexceptionable. .
Keep it Ixforc &c People, That the great sedition law 1 We must agree that it is right for a by the same'ritual, they consitute apart of the Ponder's majority, 99. appointment was
aid only on at fssuovbefore die country Missouri mob laelect All tb-uborJiiiate officers for Now the question arises was itequahlys&tU- 4ltlzeUs, kutbytb
.: : notVhetber"WhJg qoes ; or Democrats, but the squaltereof Ka SM for six years 1 Tbe free voters same national organization, and tlieypropose House-Browning, dem., 583 American ed.* We have hap tile heItnitage i couple IItSIiS.Vith ib
tt-- of are'ack! d the fnends.o/ 407Browning's der the cr
shall role by pru-sla- to meet and-deliberate and act in the same Alderman, K.N., '
;: Ttod** Amencin >r Feigners Uio Protestaataor : rery *dmimrtration V io-all this,-atiif lolxw down national convention to select pily not been left to rely on such information unholy purpose.' : eT's/ forgll! ft l '
durVoudtry- ether tbaitli most abjectly to the Slave propagandists I WILL Knofe'-Nothing 1 *
176 creed" .be lant 'd'e
4- the American as
CaihpUca ahaU >a iho religwn ofiluscounUy TUETI f candidates for the offices of President and majority, concerning may

S i r Oov. Reeder was 'cmoved, brpnee be, would not Vice President of these United States. DOUGHERTY.-Johnson 283, Andrews 207, gathered from the general assertions of your' but ,those ofus.ybp .woiI4p
.*. .0 s.
t n -
fc ? Bnbmlt to the dictation'of the acoundrelit who controL all Crawford
01. ,
Overbv 15- -Johnson over From other sources we -learn that the sod crimson with thcirUood, feL'
'i i e4gIthisi1eIectibIe! morteau fe to ieigovem their territory. Wilson Shsrnon vu appointed. We solemnly ask all the Southern people to dem., for Congress, 203, Hawkins, K. N., letter .
.bccJiM it .e ma b* would ito the bidding of one ofits obligations is the unconditional proscription not forfeited
irapresaoa that The DemocratJc think of theo things and imagine, if they can, l5Unrawford's majority 70. Majority for '
create thesemen. bas arrirtd-an-ioff tie Missouri gang of Catholics. You have however sinffto'ttriteffe ienffeW1
would nafe *' foeisnw?,n4 .,our, ou&: o/desperadoes Ihhas thrown ail Lit official JuSu- the consequence*} that must ensue if these Allen, dem., for Judge, 38. Democratic senator rottthg
party < of atho enc in faror of their monctmis uurpatK-n. things remain as they are. There are better ,and house member elected, by 64 and qualified.this obligation,{(uith.what authority their W l 'atfonMpirji? V
# -s. 'S ioujja4 U'&iifyof
I! The vchtte truth ttandt ? t?'
.tri nov confuted. The !
people 50 majority, respectively. hate notseenpropef; to disclose,) by de iaJ> orjJ t
Iicior: the ailluof PrDtettaaU! Jvpw-we bf Obio will reflect npoa th *e' things, arcs Ecyflra men at.the. North, who deserve your confidence. '021 'yet f S
rasa na PICTo .THE. ccon>,TCTSOAT or Ooroee* .Don't diive them off for CnaiuAx.-Johnao997, daring it'to extend only to those- Catholic aU9?
I icow itthfth a temporary ove*' both,
ii12t' to '28-Johnson's majority
rvilpketond 'What'bciaiifol epithetebense Tie mem- association thai must short-lived and cannot 48 Overby' Sward .for-Congress 989, Vtrnadoe who "hold' civil allegiance "direcdj-or ?ndirectly e.$ t 'kr '
f ** ; h .
** r = s :
/- ber8ft>fthe I gtfdalurejf Kansas are politely result in good to the Union or the Sd'uthbat 920_SewardV majority-69.In '53, Seward to any foreign power civfl or efcclesiAsticA ; &

th1c&Vwho! troI'an4 go v- may be productivs of deplojalfle consequences vas beaten Jo-Chatham 244 votes, and ,- U may wot bo improper to reourl '

: has therefore gained-31 a Democratic senator ham that this principle quaEfled by you-i
t '2Lc* us et14t r2it3i7: pro pagandistz"and tobotb.4 : _
4dy -T II I- -m. (Dr. Screven',) and two house toemtwraehosen. in tho 'Aroericaja' creed,1wbud "
w' .principle
rid .. j .roob gjyJi&ife; aodtfeen bfive a ( 1.bd4 __

I apn1i g thii c4 sti h u Ti .the Journal -H? '-' *- K' | pojkcsa toro ''practical Valae if jocouldWUsfv.

t4 hs : of Commerce- i'Scoator of of the MlIILDCA i vv m' S.: bVLDIKHrtSWmt vOirf : .'the public tEaVtKerV LsWbfoun4 ?irth.
j 4q ; one i > < tl ______
1 *f Whit 1 have ____
,- de oes," aIs4 Southern Sutcs,: lately caid4o us/that if the and Jobqaon tbwf potorions cnarajjttsrtj.wbenlisted i in attjr'pai ;.of vthe.t ooatrr] e.W- v<8ipoitoon eeen
; and nSR1U1 CdO'
ijiVtheJJnIted, !JaUs.; arrnjr were ?
1 -ffiKWIW tunud, from ) optou nsjon1J' AndofaIl: : solid people. oT'botK sections did not speedily, I- sent Ip. JeiTefion psrrack, net"SL;1ouil, to .appoint;to otfice.m* .who hold IfiodaUpIrly

*,-8i El*81'e1'Sfe2a I thie. thfibumncIpaMkM,-BJrnply be* acree'jfo. ,.'eoixxcilung'. that wouid, quiet Recite- madejnft'r ecavo, JIUr civil aflegsne**a arj fow p W wu.n ,i or rather*?* '
ii'r ** i"mmton
r A Ht f ravtftm4'ttS ; **f"r of u OCkt1tC" and JiJQeiD } O11 f
I 5* ffll Ks tlte culjeet! watery/.the u\\ fetuugDov 0l' ,._

ki &W &tTrtpecn$ n vbth.i iC beezr fiI 'Iti sezsThiy.3 ., gepcttted'.byj, gitatora on both Isides .!M1x94erors -. : $1&aj _
l : li'fclt444* T'PS *?/ r ';teI apcL oged nth.ksrrack .
; ttiA AtMtt&n thus Wuttwd dow
minted & JHie r Would : roddde' w/fnuch alnation,3tJk! t t tto ;
AzernbIypri1tort uponto.Uww
f/H i l plson, tp hab ltt btu a'c tiAPIrIaL : *
Eiz % it 5-lkwi andthem1 4 1m pIyiieiy.tnfe: 7I *** *
5f Mtf.5' 7ffir legal, biding Iit0,1141illt7 0jifloI e4 pduefr.e eIhit! atft *?

'tiohci a4 J4exortih1 thvroI I *43rOS lay, hMbk' *fa*******' **** ci c. ;g .iX- 3 c3rif
I f'4: -.' -- 6 0 $ s 4 4 'U t- b 1 '!I at )"u S$4UJ13* !4-w S* -

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+ 1ct it very.strongly. < .y "f4\lt' J ?.w M t Ptr' ; j: I
.td.di.iscbatde i d twere.'wC.w.e1hatma
-q" -,!: 4 t < } .' k.,'A'--arc",:iSooth I Jbtadli&' I i.t ")f ....) .i 10-4 : I,!" :..1 -: the.
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lft''I wav f v f r1t.OftilfOU MnldrUji V *iV4.b)1 t. ip t 5" .
ni v --. ':$ ,. !: ..tJ4-. .:: ,: ,0\1'. & :- 'j h11nt. si; 'ja. ."af"-m.1 'h." '!< r,1 .rt.h ,l" ''.., U 1f ."', ., mJJD,Our"JiM 'ftsattd. u _R.J .e.tJ.tnma .
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bm' 4JJ:1d&.1r'_ 1" l"l.MO_,. IU. .- w : U 1117 .io:1' LYOW at LazI4'4
'A mtt1i I Is tt Evry victory :"oMs" dn.sfI.Cgimu&sid", Atso I J pt
: ItI\1 atI6flhI)4Tt! and b1 W4.ii'k. *' :L.v"I 'ii : :
1. fBOt&N I promotion'f : ';' H.'BbI. It r.y' Pdty F W"td .OuUar.. ,.4 j te., .. 1' flf
'. Msu s wrji SocmtRir Wrad; N itlrtt ", popular bevetsg diMl.h ctr' A u : 'y. .1 J h f CottA"LJ ,. t : '. Ladb .1act.t ICy $.

ITI. >. O IN .M5ACfl8$11'Lp 1leb-aiI; : Wdriak'. '. -and *,Dt. make., n Jt u.&crqJt ,. I C dI .U & _
.4ire1I pOci..ibOI- ". : f jr- ? | --'h--j lrafdr coie. .' r ,otoa ', a"*ad.a T1.j -. .r $. '.II, .
o1p tttl endecot 01'I '
.. 45fe*:fott'Th e are permitted to copy, says : e. 1IIl'O. .1"1.. r Bbfl. J 'W1iJeh1."f" ,: ri. :."I ioa.-, :-''l Stlk .. Borj eBounetfli

t'I TrbtaTfew.York'af' the .foljowiri .f .is" tthigj.. u ":,1.Bb. r M1IIb'bleb1, P'r.nc{ wortngCtos. .. .. "I" ,: .. J.
Georgian, '

.;r'.:L;: ;;.: -. xrwnA Sndeirian, formerly. .of : ; }:' /'t.6v'-i few inlialt.leeiUits! ,Jt'r..,ft"iIBbt.l)1-botrRtii'>". 1mt".o1.tl1fJW'a RdfD.'t'., ,1.'"" "tJ.'Z".1. ;",1 I l".tJ- at rtsnt tThen''i Ita,. Di....Budahr'f- .' '.EmLr; t..j .... -.,1. I 1Itat1r&tiuamtT1k.jV and .I, _k 't.v a

1 .3 a.a>eniber e/ goejof our rfo t.t 1I 3bfffld Ofit:Ji'n: ; 'ir.:0. -ru I ., ,( ..r. t t.04 JU L. 1jV e2':0 a ..ti Xt

..'I1 W iteenc VfiwidA Read .it ( jifijesineh/-: '3Ca. -'A.te 1tr'.fwp"ld..,6ttftA.f' .. rl .. ALlO ..' ...' .. '.p ::1aPb'a ,, Ern td ric.w1'A. .,
te i ; 'L-4 .
'The llst jtbe Demo* .10 'I'uv' 3yes f'M- T ,. x4a fl1tjRlbbOGs. .l
J .
\'II k1tm&Esr4L \ i a lcgne. d.X2trsets. .
,: .# 'I i .,i d'% :.NOthThg and_ rflt. J' h:1: siety.toitao1d ', :2bflftI S "Plztrtt'thl.fs1e' ir. Ptib ? rt.k1owe. *. .,- ., ?: : : H.j; 1 Hair Br11ILM and P3 :
.,Y r. .c1&kti4.oa. ..., morm 11.'d tWctiba'. g th'I'fti"' n>iofalibltrnei ,I I. F .10 b' ;; 4 J., J'n1St. .. .!t .1. .
Jri & -!Jd 10 !
1ng'li1i .l.tt 141'' .
g r fJW &cQrQwg.lo i >"be r*'a'rotrrtant reader of. i ': m or tor*fe Met hitid.14diffottothe 'J -r" I I't".r.: \.t8. ,: '4. ir .3,.oJ..14'.:, ": ': .tIftf. Ii r.t .. *
-eich .ac olUrtl!bijp.tJ.ooo. .Freuch I Iegc' 'of tit, andr findmywdf' 11;'/loit>fl -11 "t ::1 tO.. 06 jB gkt; atJlt bB Of' erjr, quaUrTAnd lit "- 1...; ",_

: .l5 L" T a a 'p t reSt1 \tie' : : *o its sccrrcy-t, ilBJdft'*ct .rdoU -' .' t. >I"' ,,, 'I l. ''-J- ,. ,.,. _' : ; .rrI tiJBinr.Eye 1\'l'1"r, ,4 J

tf lVrbm'1ltRed an onThere- } : my'Construction obcff, 'We wflteootric'eirela'pand received i per.Sctr. W.H. HttanHrpca J e., ,n.u1. 10M. .C'\v

MMb'1fi. ri .\ t1i i i6 $.ughte t ; : going' } asoae that.,_ l bere WliJg well assorted 5s<*i of'OroceriCTJ '8tsTj'Goods 'rr. JUST ,; ', ,.;,,.. 4. :.T A -' I Iflee1 b d f" -a. rrw--- .
[ 'nic atnazingyy -and I '! Hats,'C 81 fld ell:aU 'of* ** wewThdpoeeobn "JrftflBItAa1fa." ,
Riau4JasOo1Tef' ; d' -
.-1Pe-i.R jlla tTa 'lifinted I .c ; 'I #ta .J.j I'p. ; 0snl47g'. .
t EgI94* CATTMB fcr1 8? tmrch 'snd Wa very rppo bl*Ivtnw. Wskeerybodytcoeaadgiittr4aI. ,- Black and I .,
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4 a r.
the dert ; .
blowing : stew ., '
town after ap more ; IJ'OIIN !
the _n.ts .'i en'-i1ie oc ,- I ; rC Orphedand.Puwlerduga. ', i 1e P..p'DI..r.eAt.
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1n tb lIhipi m' tiring the "ton, ; th and Uie.Ameriian. Earfv.. : -gone to ita '.: F. BROOME, r. 'La.mfm Q :" l..1"r.'L'I- .: ; -,. !..f .
: mabft$'ruin* were'Jeftlf..j. M' it is clear The ; ; land of HALE A : R. A.SHINE, Jr. Burutnjr Fluid. Sperm and Star Cantles. < II.. :
b '
2 t enough. eter6lB.. 40 .. Soap. SUrcK Tab!.SaUjo jboxf* aid r4 Id' :-
F_"Fre nerals, including sq that thd .Drmocratio1'TParty t. ; and of CftASE, .or '.' ags. a ;& :
OarriM, Oitnn :I
Allied : nea 'andwzose -, p n 9-U ,Q
force -Qtta
wu m ,
k1V& A large itselfOna-rcATIOYAL basis t State. ,of Florida. Pickles in half and cRuuab 'i
wee .. ..' gallon quarts,; : Gat.s \ fr. .
jn2 tottffRtSarui'othe .tUItto cut oft" tion, ands' resolved.to_ live our, Dearest and EeaJj jwd Fig 'I'oLaec.a. 1 ..A BoJ.w..s l'flll:Ji \ 'r '," : ".:.'i....pa.
inhni An immense untcly ;war a- ,, ..t' .J '' .
Cadye., J'
'f iU
4h whether thos provision :;r1 j ._f. a
lt t:i.h n captiircd., f fkd i Conititntio'n n -A"tt.o.I I
ri the
'brntit lblo to-one section of U &t :
'i DRY Y'ttoroera to d(' social, and Proclamation James E. Broome C M Fine Uavannn Cigars: j 1id1ht r. t S
or other\vtse. The national by I' t ... '
a' F4a.d c "
&i1l1ifieb.l' 1 Barrel of Soa'th Florida nrroir rocf: .
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party can feee no promise.of GOVERNOR OF TIll tTATB AFORESAID.A .. V. Tifl.n if ,,
allItMM'jmd, defences,,including and skin. It to.tLSQ:::. .. 4 '.' -- .
..*."An had bee mAde"ie rpetuit.1 te our institutions, } The keen VACANCY having occurred in the offiwwrf As- An A ortment of Boots.Disolutlon c11.9 i.q.. .... CfSh! u,1ghzrdfowqsart.re.OetsLa1i8l :.' -' -
attempt in a conscientious and XJL: *'*iate Justice of-tb. Supreme Chart by the IC $1u by ,. .tJ..ct J J'ni AsM4 : 1".I
Da T : ,- ti4he Constitutiaa-an .r. .detected,the. death ef the Hun Thoma*DooglHS! BB electiou to upjjjr ; .. .: '-Silk Bat Vf J 's.4-:4 l H .,..u, .
& & '
( ptembt29..1 6. 3' .
TnWwP.rPi-o* \ iK ET,- i iI y 'covering., the) 8Anj i is beteby orJereo to i*IxAA in.the several ,: ,! ,, "11 fi.QI .tI".t i.P 'i. t4"\.1

0 rr Wrtl 1'.ion8equ nc ofJqe: rt, ju atlhe,spiiit-Noltbjn as well asjn1etter'fac! in aH., I : J :; il.4 nnt counlfos throughout thee State oa Muuday the of.Co pa t q J .,": L0S145" .**SL.-35. W.wt ,'J;..8at. .'.
t Third djy/of Pec mbef proxfmo. ." 'J' l.cs7tsu4I : l's .
.ot-E iia.: i a .i 1eq itslates b I i g difes'itti lifcnoNrt : } uniform, con-( The Judges Proltatalu tbe several counties will 'I pHE conacotM>rt...tb(* ciulii'tlw.firm of.rVrry AL A, lko&ork &ad M :.. .t---- .

"percenl, and" fJj1.eipecs p-S. r\ m (heni 1(opposition i 'to' S : :are.rising i in take due notice hereof and conduct said Election and : B ,.!M i diuotred b v-tLTe) th'of the Janiar 'A nedatws *otOesj.tja ._ :.

d :;nci sJemdering .\ : Tbfty avepm. make returns of the same to UK office of the Secretary Far tn. Tbe.ubactiber< alh i tlt4 attaDtm of tkoM 1M4' } ": .. -'i..t .n. !'i.satw-
baIhfth; ;e klaveryj. iienco wilj 'litinj of.titate: .ia the manner prescribed by law fur the who are indfb'ed' to tbe firm to a settleramtof all dema '..UWU6 'fI 1snn 5
'to the.Democratic, ,'Jd : .,ds jrthwitl l or Iuma will la tb
.. party. J.beir,! placed T '
i r 41 '. election of member to &wA. eitMt.wcuJaQfarfM .
;-tobl6Og., .b. .1 Ntinna.ism! versus Sectionalism. I I'l j / thus: condtie! -wit!*** where >C-I ha". here'tf pet my band and bands 'Of An'attornej for CbDecticai. ;re '._. Seembcr22.165&5t ,, f .. ;.Jt-t:.ti,: a 41
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j"w iat Jc 51l l t! ttcan, be that any large : caused be affijed the Great. Seal of the Slate : :R.H.BERRY, Sarriviaf ptrtaef.. ,- :: :- ',-- JI-A-.l. .;,.."

,I "x1; eJeg f qm Um 'ritnQ&tQ \ a 1 n vof J the-Southeni ,Iae J : of Florida: Done ,ai tbe CapitoL io Tallahassee September, 29' Ib53.,' .St. .tc- ) S .\ Notion *":1r ?!.H= .1Jt

11 1UJa. Mister-of War,under date of 'l hemselTes against the only : : Office this 23lh day of Sep''.. A. D.. isL2AMFZEJ3flOOME. : .. "MJU.&; .
Notice. ;
0 ATOUNOSchools
:-"Ttf thit &.8top \\'as1tt'the te tOU1SIty"".ik I
"of t1n. ST j. 1 f e'n 1 ; n8 ;t11at' ':enin_ which. Seeks to ..prelect the : PROM SER' ,. fwrrnur oj Florida.By ANY Demand against .Btrrj' &' ScwTciC 'tin'Le Hoo 5i.'or to JiVe'Aartj*tf'a pDnpfsMT,, $ftpl?mr to
_. _.* biJe tt kzq.yicnit1 3 rights' and' .:1.- ] .tie Governor-AtUst;. on pr entati RT IL BEJUiy,' aet&k 'fI'lTat.a "tcr. Jfi; tf i

Lh.wi&th ', i ry. to me and..all" others. citizen -of th- P. L. ViLLEPIGCE '"SurrJving; partner of Berry & lib w. : of. iutructkjr! pK>rr>.: \UJI ef trt AT JfcteP'ocntrv.
Jh..18: V laetiing. ire to- the Aowu, .,* \'c fr ,m hU Secretary of State. S.ptem.ber29frI85. t 3 Sfistiacr(Copy TTj course ot lh tSoii lrip= :
burning all their sliips with the October C, 185. 40. dent .tnrIgu.sge.Gre '
'ou ,.ead'the standard Dem to.tJn Ststes ner.ptd 1 =
'o tbr j&eantarfe Tiebridga I .Groceries. .. &c., geFrencb( and :1C ttJ tt d \
( North, faro already aware but also to State .of Florida. ,
'afIth'-th florth *mfe tad 'bcA : you sul .'etiber will continue Lasiaeji on hia O1I"JJI i\lran. of an .t 4Cc1biUWarnct .
4.- '? e stated is the. truth, and that t possessions of SENATORIAL ELECTION. THE .,end ill keep'ai sinai a large awdpen fodHTOf.ta JarW 10M PQqt4wo .

1T igns here are being conduced ; eral a* Qrtm Bt of Groceries irLieli. "*iS.T sell for Q8INJljt ft*tit I u.s.hg1gtA, "I ok

espalc v frojD Gcneril PeTIssier ipl i I hav .lUCt.ilned. Now,is be no commis- Cash,aid OB burt time to approved l -'' I ilcationciZ.' tsw.i; .lk"-I l ,

rrnh;: MinisteT"oTWar ajsjth&i to play the fool trifle \\ith act, the claim: 4. & 1L BERRY attenlin .IU\e'pt.rTh .thcrI.stWiW4. ..
b1thuth jpartpfS iastopol no .. September 29. 1855. S9 ;youth committed to bt*,wsx tfb .c.i-.#
and commit suicide?' If o\\ithloUljuJj. VACANCY bavin* occurred in the office of Sexit'eupy .. : 'or-'
; ?.a t the eoomj.peroeinng' other ism A Seii.it-T, in the fifteenth Senatorial District, trsthnoeoala-M (n <
or any prevails I by Lost, ._ R ;I ;.:"pror.titd to clUdft1'a1trot
-.oJid oceapaiioti-cfthe town evacuated the resignation of Hon. David Provence election
i other an V
- j7jflg.upl: -M&Ar all the deren e! can see ne service m the! to supply the carae, i ir hereby ordered to be held in ON lli dny,5 ptemrr' 84, a 1Iair-BraeefrLwi i a ID4 Hewy"<3dJrgifcWilUa ftotWmBIJ'ttmn1 54U4irt ail
not Southern men believe that nr < ,
: \ ,, and, as; the tervral cuHlie*of said District on Monday the clasp engJ'ftTed"F1orenC't.- person '
'chTe1 pi' of the day arc to i Wm. 0. Cbytor of Bedford. AddmaFortrt 'a'
are to revel in' t mph much leaving tbe with Towle & will I
I by the exe fifth day (If torero her pro ano. The returns of tbe same iljtrs be suitably !W,1 .r: O'
iud k.\f&hon. }
.UDaquet. : GOOD BEASO.V TO BELIEVE States. said election \rall be,made Jo the manner preset ibed rewarded. =. 4' .

,'d 8pa.tch from Varna says that the ,\ DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF protected from by law. .. September 29, l65. 89 22:, 1855. e-;.-"SJ 1 "tte'o"V..hScptemter .. a.a .-.
""&nd' R dan tattenes were carried In Testimony vbereof I hare Beictoeet my bAnd .' .'
dorm- perceiving which General WILL SUCCKEO AT THE or nation ; and caused to be affixed the GreKt Seal of the .NegroeAforHjre.1IE : A Ca.rd. a.

ii two attacks. on the Central Bastion : The good sober, honest tne mere sub. State of Florida: Don. at the Capitol l In Talla undersigned takes l'ia method to inform all .._;__. 1''I' :;: E1 .
.i parties are disgusted with .have no pow- ha&see this 6th day of October., A. D., 1865. JL whom it may concern that be tas eleven geoi, Mrs.MaryL.flaflO1 ; -
in this State, and.eager to of the U- JAMES E. BROOME. healthy I able bodi 4 fid4 Lands oooaUtiog of pen and ? "
General Gtrrtschakoff telegraphing to which have been fastened Governor of Florida woraea, which be offers for birdfrurJ1 lit Oetobi un- : r.mbl ttwThJTAt4 JbbM .
:J nsaanjCorernment on the 9th,insL says of this old By the Governor-Attest: trllit; January 1856. The editor of tb. Sentinel can I I and vkinity,to tnaka afid U fancy .and t I
infernal Commonwealth d politi- F. L ViLLKMoue, give.iufurm&Uoa as to vbereaboaU 'Head Dresses,aLd tofidt* *Beer tlof tLtir
"Jfenast6poi, after.sustaining an my
believe will succeed. 4Septenber22,1863
.ntAbut] could! vet.dove ': they Choctaws Secretary of Stale. J. P. K. SAVAGE. pationage. .. .-.

.f.puUjed: fnoru,x.n the Mal&koSL Our brave say, HOSTS, of old Whigs are provision for October &, 185$. 40 'SepteroUr JZ9,1855. 9UavaniI'LazLott .. ... ,. '. .. .f..... .

Toted ieray to the.last extremity, but the ancient but honorable rool service in Papers in the Senatorial District copy.Administrator's Disouci t fpaxtjeihtJ : '
;, in the effort to down y ;
put .
the Southern but Arm'of P.'Brai .ll& 1 tt
fouo trbfinng, part Notice. ,
the political upstarts JASPER COUSTY ACADEMY THE ::rare
Etiitdod Union. by limitstio i TheBoc b. aA& .
igL have been the authors of weeks after date I intend to apply to the ,
FOUR in the bands
of John Y.E1OTN1 T1Jz'.
:Ji tJ rf:the. fill of & Probate in f LOTTERY.
It o'c ref and "r the County of Gad.
The battle is a glorious one who hate the sole authority tli Dd
I J.ult
:vwnsceired London with extravagant hJcn far ll-sve to sell the Real Estate belonging to theEstute .
monstrations. The fact was announced I not so will the victory be. 7"Y' I of Hugh O.}[bU DlI, late of said couutv. de- [BY AUTHORITY Or THB TATX OF CEOBOIA.] besimw of the lat "firm.. J.B1LVWTT' L '
1 find } -at grandson (., ceased. ALEXANDER .. ,., .. - )omr .
-tb 2&c. I myself betrayed, as II I GREGORY, Adnir. .ltlAUV.L"4. UJUkW1A. 1RQBERV 71IZ'Y, I
who OcU.b-r6,1855.
is 40
The place-! was attacked In four I 11 upon this subject I have nowI I II : THIS LOTTERY is conducted on tbe plan of the September 1 3;(*2,) 'J& 5$ P cCopansh

The British attempted to storm the two and a half mortal pg! I know-nothing PERMANENT LINE. .Lotterr of Ha rant of single nnrabcr-and
upon you and I doubt not drawo at Concert Hall. Macon Oa. under the sworn :: .
the French attacked the
MakkofL : : ,
For St.Marks
New Port and .
Cedar Fla.M'T
.Keys .
as you can do to lake care auperbtendeuceofCoLdeo. 11 Lc:and Jaa.A.Nisbet THE nnderaianedL ha .j, i1i
English French and Sardinians urntud < l 'I' at a meeting 'ESSELS vill coatincr running regularly t Eaq. Grand Scheme for October 15ih, 1855, nerUiip node. !the.' _41e of BROOM '

tticked the Central Bastion, all : 1 modification in of the Ioli'j. : between St. Marks.New Port and Cedai r When Prices.nmountbg to I & SHINE for the:porposi t d! jr3l

ondjvand with great spirit and energy' e-i ome my I the country. Keys, Florida and Charleston during the winter./oi: i Mercantile bOfICl a\1.M1' fJ..p.I .'.
the. most eminently successful assault what they formerly were ; I do I : the special benefit of the business friends of the sub $60,000 I' well t Co. Wi W1.e6dib! dni '4lejthst$. .

-that made Generals and Mc ; for I WAS Whig because I scriber. WILLIAM M.TUNNO. CLASS F. will not f4J Jo feudfT T filled"p fc 'M $ a
by .
i ; u must Charleston October le
Party was once TilE pro- 6, 1565. 40-Bt to those. ttto trmy fnid'tbonrt'tflc fttsjrf-tS
mil le d.ttribvtnd .
.. I : so humble an fallqo1pitall. theirpfrong" ?v". 4.U. tr:*.t'.
.r.A. despatch from -the Sea of Azoff of the county. I am now a to the past: Administrator's Notice. 1 Pmeof... .flfi.000u: ) ...... .,. 16.000 Our t,d.iltb l \ ; #. jilh7.

that the Allies'were doing immense same reason. THERE is Declaration ALL persons having demands againt (he Estate ci,f I fi.OOOw... .11000 thing QftiatTyirriKt l loiti 1f! f *- :. .
IN AXY OTHER PAHTY.' M.Harri late of Gadsden 1 M JDOO j ia....... 4,000 Boot and eoe1t .. 1fn" t..sovawe.'il11is
'Ru merchandise County.
t $ and that the loss deceased
n'atism, but Preservatism, is my ancestor, will take notice that they must .present them 1 .. .... 3,000 ia....... 3.000 e ti4lIIM .r.I1P t" S
suffered Russia amounted I .
T 53jj, by to -
forefathers 1 is
: .
2OW 1,000 RoOM In the ticountry.
time the grand ih&rcteristic to undersigned, duly authenticated within the time, tl'lultff' .
ral rmUioni of franca Democratic Party. But a1 ." prescribed Uy.law, cr this notice wilLbe plead In bar r 1 "V l.OO ia............ 1.600 *' "*, .1.J'BJOO1IE, St -.
: Uemoref,, who attempted to of their recovery; aDd all persons indebted to said ts- 1 .. .;1,100 I\.A.:8UIZF,4r, J. <
jLooiSy Napoleon, is undoubtedly mad tate are hereby notified lo make immediate 5 l.OOOw.... 6,000 Se.tP1J'Lf.r U. (e!.) 18" J& f
., Sep 29 to the unrteMSDeA M. HARRIS 1-0" .,...... 600ia... I,000 ,. '
: ,
wi'itotbetried Adm't I.PoRt&I.- : : ;
but sent to a lunatic a. a ;
From tbe Charleston Mercury. OctoU-r 6. 185B.In 'f6..o6w 1.0.' ..aa.... 200is.. .... .. 2,000 .. I '
lam. j 87 10" .. l0s..... 1,200 : ,;
'4 A Awtru'is reported to hare offered her '- -its a | Chancfi'y for GadtJen Comity.Snmuel .Oct. TeJm.ta. 25" ... lOOis........., 2.600 It N. eiiefletit tt.y. Dieflifl.u.eLitAi "J

diatioir-ta.I>rtiraark in relation! to rdjfliety .-Do sec yooder Aloud that' ; a 8.00 1 B Love and Jameo Bruce, ") 70" .60i 3.600 atcd fa a HMDt J'or dbetea 'eit-r.'! S Sie.ditjinte
"ith _the.United States on account of a camel I !c a 13 Administrators of W-m.Furbes,d at. ( Bill for 3 38 26k j 8,400 footrm.' *y>r teiriiin'gf n cotlie Ut 1 1etohr.ppIy4o
a Hi j 28 Approximation prizes ... 800 ",1 .1.K l8B, ,. !
a Duel By the maw,and it's like a camel r* [1 Partition. 5& "Wr. ', .
.-Meth'mks it's like a weaseL I c a 12 Roliert C. Lealer. J 601 Prizes amounting to 60,000. Only 10,000 :feptrnherf2.I. .rt r
31i0 4ate t adwoea (tern London It ill backed like a easel e a n|Y virtue of a 'Decree rl'nl'rell"in; said CRUC, on numbers. Every IViM drawn at each drawing;and 7' Wap" -c J"oJ' ,'. ari'(. :.- ;

V ; Satocdyfl& 15th meL state that it was .-Or like a hide. ; a the 4th day r>f October 1855, the nnd n'i 4tnPd paid when doe, to full, without deduction. Orders .- "
'poitd4q Pas, tb&t2.OOQ troops had Very like a whale. Comm ,ir iprs will proceed U cell on the fi it Monday strictly confidential Drawines seat to order Rrgwtered ., A BrrUATIQ tTeaiher.m o ort % cih- .
.btrtedj alaklaca fertthe north side of American a 2J.OO in tfovemVr nct, before the<3..urt House door intbe lettersat. my risk. Bill'n all solvent Bonks .Lj. em.Utn, is J wp .hidr 1r.L" Lad two '
ji&rtfalsely; BO a Town ftt fUH". years ixpeneno-ud biwg tb.b teetst.oJsPossesses
of.Quincy. at ptiUic oufctyto the 'hi rh *t Kd- _
Other Rowaan <
: accountsstate
baKtooi. been adroitly co tru ted. .. Whole Tickets Halves g ritarowb'EbglU .'duca&ioo*ih Ui fci ft-
.r S c a 29 der, the following described lands, lying in-the Colin. flO; ? ; Qriartm f!'fcO. *
!! e'fpiIjins were in possession -of.the ; that, like the Dead Sen( tyof Oadsden. aHjfnninjj the town of Quincy, to-wit: Address JAMES F. WINTER.1Ianag&r.lhcoaOL pd German

'ppti3 ;cthb side, and j.hat the Allied & observer, appears beautiful 29. The S'luth east J of Seetion 8; East | of Noith went elndSSptni | (>u HIaixi .

DI enter the Bay until Fort.cons on examination, proves \ of Rwtion 8 ; South-\rcst I of Section 8 ; North east September 23,1855,. .39- : ..TazrnStibd; ;
a 4 BooU'on 1 Snuth- ost of Section .T
f. .A. ndaced. ; l 7; all in township -
.a_'1.' : bitter, and filled with l&c a 2, North Range 3. West containing*boatS20Acros. Notice. t.-is ., addreta'iiunuodia&eJj.JJL, 11NJ toct,Esi. '
understand the of ''. lnstiti&teNew York.,
; 1 _fully art '- .ir a :,- a.
lOc *
mouths after *:
ADI.NAL BY THE AMERICA. For the most part, the 13i a a '"erni' /Salf Ooe third in cash, and the reronin- SIX Ea tate 1tf Johq ditto&oadenigoed 6tepnnL kt of Executor Leon County of. September 15, 16L .i' 4a'. .,;", ,'

':: ./': S. of other der in two equal anneal! instalments thereafter tot- '- -- .V.:
September .- hackneyed politicians ilk a .18 secured by the. bond of the bearinsj deceased will present hid aacvuuta and vouoh n 'C.U_ .;. .. 4 ;'
DruM ftTegnfpned the 10th 'insL to certainly need no instruction purchawr eight totbe'Judge of Probate for stud Cutmty.'aod'aai. ube > ar.ea"1 1' I a
on J54 a per cent interest from the day of''sale with a mortgage A 4.L person :, r.. ..

\ 'Minikter of, Marine ia Paris, thai the" or .appliances. Their 45 a upon the previous purchase.- didcbarged. ROBERT IL .. .L:1-certain prtniuoi' O l trr,; .5'

f 'ctdnoffcnrn an exact picture_of.the \ so termed, is "all things to all ; HENRY H. BROWN. Executor!- .WFJouruo ..QQor ia W

'ai'the'mulfipliciiy,of-the .works of defence object, elevation to power; their [ vtn.J] JOHN' ART. September 29., 18. S9 t.ufy dolJ .ao'cIo Lt4;Jti' a.rj';
VVM. J. ATWATER., ._,. 1 .._ *_ 1 'IJ;as tU conslderatiol) bmJf tr'f/ _
e Sebastopol exceed by far .anything tho. popular vote ; -opposition : -Comm 88ioo'rs.' -. en baa eutirelj, failed apd't "fj rar
the history: _of war,7 aad that, the capture and..Catholics, strings !twith COTTON-The re October 6. IS5. 4o..t Notice., .. f >T said note nnless comMHetf by k-r.u''A.1J.eELL.. I (

the Malakoff had'placed tte:hauds of the p pular Heart--'del sh'c ) have been to a ---._._- .- .-- SIX months from date, the undersigned aJmioutia-: .Sspteniberl51855. _.__l .

.Hflfeairrarge'amount of materials! of'wariAdoilral with,\which to entrap.th un done. iMIere ba DR. R. N. GARDNER, oa the estate of William' L. Thompson.de.
'T'At'1.ifKS B. ru.
ceased,late of Leon County. ill exhibit Lie fiojl aco a.
from last week
on the .12th, also ,L&gra d or used, modified ,or OFFERS his p' fessional services to tbe crtizms I < unt aud vouchers to the,J idg..of Probate for said o
:.44' the Allies were hastening .their may'require. Hence, in : ; sales havo Liken and surrounding country. Office! County, and ask to be dircn arged/ :M:1E.1 &'e ji'. ; .. .4

[ 4ti io prerent GorUcbakolf j.0 j.r rarious platforms are presented at the Panonll e. JACOB,ELIOT, Ad.iluitw, HHHE JL EX&CISEStus'thi4 ,1Iutioiajj1b,
What :is vital in fton J3i tilers. September 2*. 1665. 39 September 20. 1815. S9m : 'aftMouthrst.dqot0b.no4 r.' .
Und,_: a principle : the' charge,and.soperipUixkoc WILLIAM _

t _ParlIJl nUi 1lf'UYlihst4500 .discarded.m the ot cr.Vh t i ] 'Hides and Beeswax.fubceribers Notice,. I'EYTONA.LI.s Priixip.1..,.iW>J Pl ma*.J f. _

rPd Aod 2000 killed;,. on.j. avowed as the : will.nay the hipheat markft.prfce beca recently.elected to the place f I"rinepel: bJl:
THE months from date. ths trtciewigneJ admini tra
killed and vouoded./,Gt of the party, i is repudiated a well knowu Dry Hides and Bees wax in OAth'or''in exchange SIX the estate of William deces-d' City Council and has giu" u
on Tltoropsoo and
'ri.11t'&a1.. that 500 Russians*trfre.w 'proclaimed, in others. The draws too for e-x>d.. G. &J, MEOJN" \'SS.SepttmU late of Leon County wiU. xh&it her final acctuut; autiToneJjrrs 2 ter hi CDmpetency the e otmtryv; hat gentleTneo VfcoM of.th.-bth uazatta ,tr-.

.fartlK xttack, andlOO killed tn which they eyes of the true between JJr. >r29, 1855. 39-St" '. 16 the Jute uf Prubat fur said County tiiuuoula have.een I trcc itsd. JX.. .CWqN i

.ufciubdr. The accouuUho\vever, arc directed, is not the Mecca : ferret: and ask to be diwharged. Eaa.. oglib TtacJxr.. / f _
ora rat-b l Nt.
/ LUCY HOMPSON Adinmutratrix.,
$ &1 the political pilgrimage el seizes : The scbelaatie year baa been"" .diTkkd mV Il-'i!t -.
passage received Srhc.W. H.Hazard *o assort- 29, 1855. 89-6m 4 (
ptr. September siooa of. T*noaUu neb..Jft. ..
Ros&ian Du Nord JUST .emuntfuotolhs .
Organ They are the political iUC nud draws tF .aud winter Clothing consisting of huheksty -4 tbund, :

t1.ii..paI of the South h&s been ; seeking to control by appe And iu like Black Cloth frock Coat', Black doe skin Paata, :* 'N otlCe. i '. ,.day of! cQm" pg'a' '

edj> 8ebastopol of the North- and .not .to the intelligence American YIT- fancy Cn simere. Coats and ,Pants : H '
j. a or dreadful J.nd .5 ,. .- .._ ,1 rpUKEierciw.hot MU C.&oi8'" School willlw A.be .daY IMXI .. '' .
poJidors :u&ing wftb innumerable roan. Does the religious like 8attnd.t. .J. xcBUmed! on .TU aJ4Y, the 2d October proxtrao 91 Julc&tIo. io4t1*ei'A" : ..
; remedy
Vesta Colhua. Ac,&. .
whic J eom pact Armyhenceforu-arJ ."ill : 1 impede the success of the 'mouth, travels All of neat,ShirU., sty let,for.Bale Drawers by > r' Septembers, !. 1855. '* _,38 .. kr a of Z.. I _.. ..&.AJ') ..' ,.. ',..

-Htai'lhjtt.. .. { Drtschakofl: *. b 1. a P1ry : { ILls immediately I cb lays bold .: .. 'p ..:J.I MEG INN L'lS&. : Notice Their 1tb a ct11eatIE* dw..tbci t 3 3t.

.eriIce; &yoideck.a uteleu, eifuuou of freemen: abandoned, i [ reptiles, sweeps September 25, 1855. .3.9t' I tM 'emMfull riunpettza.
ckv out firaefTClwDrthers l flU\ been dittitirff of U) tr.tfirTirt i.MMimhtt '
4Qessysd becomes the K'rtow-uotbjng THE .
I th.&zy; aod placed it in df U (tb
n effect of Stole by o s wor partatr and t
*, .
cituatioo which will enable him to. comm. '.'' Dee South .Carolina ; .4 the uain.a s|. njnued at the oldstand by CrieLlow; ,. "im
Somh that RDM.the premises.ot!the subscriber, three weeks Fisher A hare Tel ius.h. .' fao.
__ view than indicated Briggs adopts Co, ow 1 bouglLLs:y nIiPingMOOkhilininoto : *- ,
," since, light bay mule, rather l lIe *bodj-blind UM firm.tl 'ed'JJ' :. ,
al prejudice,and discuss thusbUh'giving. Uts .ALlpepoi* Khkbtsd to .nri. itcom.'Wa ..
braised nbont t'n
inoee- somewhat left .
T "e od( Jirm to call aid tetUe w b,either ., braathes I P. .
ST. tQ BiDl' & great specific, "f' requested _
Q4-A 4.batIe tindertheligbts fthe Cons t their ova A suitable reward wilt>eB.id t* her delivery to me. of th. 'siirrivinjTj'pArtofr; ttbitj "ffig'deairous e-f .,.u._..I"'... ,:'' 'e "- I. ...j w"
place 0tN 8 Iatt-af d llilWitear rf:That' entitneat trkisrbe upon&. 4, Any ioforcadtioa- r pectuig her will" oj tlMy J.. closing op as sp.eaily. possible the oIjzqess.. .ht.k. S

.North bt.oCtM atte ibetween .the, coat,, 0corceljr aa, is, ak for J>*.M'. ,oeivttd.' .. M4XWEth.. : v >.. :'H .J.P.'J.1-CRlCU.. .rw. : ttl1._",. 'f" _
da4M" sod _.Bel Air, qt bVid'A5 t5 pt rabefis& "- f 88"r" ;i..I 1'1 > 1f
.the.enjr i. for one supposed to be route z ; take nooe else. : : : l' .... .d' .- T. -
8tats troopi, 1IDder Ge' -The :are' worth lese : ', .oJ 'Bl4e2f: W4nt a fy A. Wia GoTenior* c cf Vifoakfettt
ame : n t. : platform,, whicH,1 ; J cL gfltiim. Y.a. _
Liver : 9jJ .
; : .
dkbat o I M&jor .f tirnetsirice: was, .' vaunted"_ COD Drttf Store R E.I/JsIjijEs'i'WMtedf rA" wbich thV ,, teJ'U1 ..1).D,1 tiloi( RIthid

ed r& r. .I'"dCorCook.'. _.. p ,WM preciousvd .estimable I i | 3 t -- .OUUU Mgbest. price .will be p.U -Also PHI 1Mattj. ....;:... "JUICJ _.car. ..'a "t .I_ AdtOcate.' .n.'.So Do n. .' S _

*9 ttel. &*! a4 &irliIy.. The all werejproscriped. .* ( } i ia Tallahassee r ; and. Otter.. -- *AVfD 0., WltBON. $- 4 ;)pbotery.W.r;,:also.. &erl dcri, of i.tlW"ad-& ca..d' .

tf 'Ir'l ced adZ in the morning,, jujd A' tiW'WH r ; embrace and I tb. Soctk ..p..TaI14'-.e..8epkmberl, I 1._ :_ .": ,' '' ;' -.5t.:. ..\ ,i-8'., -:-, i FAtf CY" DE XD iVbRl\i. !8a. K. C; I. et"., .fJOoarhvt

U1tJpdi'DS'' fpzghtdra.btor nlj up' 'frPJP,tI4s.ce} J" :. : naox' ...'i'o.Aiae.: '_ &M B1iod.'bc .. .

ih".. ,A.tu fng Lf..YJp.9.ife! 'msDj' .R 'ft'.dliil rR'D'Y ,L :. tcsUythssuuta i sothWioth.tayea&tbs tb :. I -i _

S 1iitantI. and\1oo c1 C mI ch'.tLe 1ud i"ni occasion, .i jfc ., competitor J aJge A. L. t-Au.. ...tl,.. A" .J.;. '-' O.J.. lOta; 't. .,a aa.r&1ct.tBuildi.tit.m.cOtiDtaol&Ht&.appo.i& : N happy J10ridL ; &.>. ...1

frf, \\'rvt'rJ' H'.t f J.T n.I( tl.rJ'9 &jrW-J i .JJ: "1.,1'a';; I 1..:. ..MERCTtuw.tr U.N.'f.." ;., to. reeen'eaU &*'!iaft.i ..'' ,_, I l""ttlaJKtid, .6t'M _
10fIII of } not seba:5 .!{A" iU i.
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Where tile
4 1.. n W'. r. t-j ;'!' I The Clilliq le. a t .tbf un'difI. iiII be V hair which baa bte grey v 11. 4ia Qri4 F' tin;tfce 77lborO ? I "I w

I: .:. _,.. t :.a...: ,. .".t t.CL: 4t' ojpened r plltlf'nt"oi tl! tr .'JII '.; tail color-brings 1 it out wh>5 JjJftvone,s V.arreet .ft* ;rthJ *w mjotjr wf-tfn O V IthMbeeo.
,where it wUandltching. OtLhe11 odrutJ <
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' t .6 .J_ AMi'-, -r 't. Oa. "fl. l'j The r1t\ r.wcta l i. owifIt. V removes all oat H9q.* eropio''f ,

. ; .A 1 .... -.1 .. 'tV ...f 'p ..1...' L. B'fRDY.1) l"ttrJT V 1C 1 l C1.b.ge. dcre the scalp perfectly MaHhy. by reetoriog$ the sec- ":SaM1.U -- -either' t '?Irr;of

: '...1 t 0 ...j .' _.ceo.i "' .. .- I .) Fiofpvoor bf thePHrsic. rJ4tE1 '.af'taet'ce tlf: retiieorgsns.to.tbsjr-wigiaal\ t gqt:_,. and or separafe tit tbe: cJrfferenV'\ ... Meatal. ..
nutrimtutisivf ,to it.-
: Y ,; v -thnei-fupply each .r'
: .7' l :, hooW
M' paroete areonpnny
. n i lt W,' color thoh JrJbo is ia.hort '
b ... K UROY ANTE J NT. 'l.T>,'(of'Waj6rougiOa oot ,. .i, perfect of racfa ;item ; and-the-tntal '

: .... =. .' :' J' -i ,., .: ) rr"f>-':>r d f OVt trict.. .,uAd, ...entWom"audCIiiIJto'f Hltt', ,irinngorntocaodToui ,: ", r r,. vTO. ,Department reserving the right f Kathsjtai-V
wbo ao much admire the btaa\in11
.,BS ,
'* rung ,
': --3 ''tOO 1f4r't.o .. S : : lock and ringlet he feels that.he will be..pardoned ifhe hereby invited abduU toe. .,. : I : I} $, rL.iEeWir&
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MS.. 'WESCfc-Y C.',; ttWODD: M:D. (.>rC.;:ebury. State Require it. .Nltfety D.t"
*F 0 ?AtVI offers the advk..ogetdby |oegody.aDd *h> ,
., extensILe -
.. .'_ '-'rrTy;r?: 'Z -. /'" '8. Or) PrtfWiir of M&tteJea tod Medksl Juris- tbe wcrrk done and faafenaft ? r1Dit
-obtrwratione it to-dinear h all wtoifne and
.100 Jd '. ., ; w to add_ .prell
: : :i tract'priceey( :
. t:; :. ..ac.wi'- .' ;rtsl S. jfQIth.tM: IFnS nu a Ga.) stimulating oils lor ttl4,."ed4ew sJwirjapjion the fetimate of to.AgeiAof tbe -

r ,00 -- ... .'. .'. .. .., .. 't.. Professor of Anatomr. ( : "*' toilet a btitteof the restorative Juroccaaiopal DIIe, lot that pnrpoaf J wiU/e mM. t : st OTIZAIA V

.g H A&P. 1f ,rLs.ii :... ".".1 JOHN DAyiS.-StU; '(( Ab t .S.' (1.) Profs -' and we can safely predict that Vaneefortlu: silver)locks th.'work pro fM:soU teo ; .JmQo
M h and buld head, will*be uukoowni finralinot>gh the '< :
4 -" .i-1i:. ., t.. t'i1t. " roae may upon I
". at4000 -. WILLIAM T. PiX Oa. tUworki'AeibTtte'AgriH *
-f'- "- V-MT8,1of; dTannwj, ) .
: ,. : be ever so piercins-'aad t the JtreUt .(bos* cf pearl, I )chjpel!! ia
I eye
.047' I' : 'f. { Pmftamnr of Cbemintrr ai.M J PhafmaeV. ., .'.tr3et*will be awarded
1: lk 7ft .till if the nsUral .flwds be 'withheld from tW hAir. ... nclo ure*;
:,V.I' 100hcs W1P" .4 ,If.lteIIIOrtmd 'CHARLES. .GANAtfL. M.>, ((fSa' nnaH.'Oa,) and in" )nsequDoc.it beewjiea,first dead ,and banh, andMecbanict, ,* *, V ; .and d' ,V* i.
Pr f ttm. of the Priocipless and PraeUoc of on.eentfVtb. Secretary
3 of r&tt'swu7t4su m tct&r., e or pro' Uwp.Rrey,or ,.11-.11 -00" 'D.B. A1iES. Sorjefy. \ .' than half l it. charms: and although it Ua IfleruWy.ur.thRM ,ifp. 'be- It dearqnet' V
i"i f'T: DeoxJstrator, Anatomr R. J.NUNN, M. D.4f( Every proposal thud
vellsja those who .
who are gray as ( V'h
1.wi ntranfee,%igTMd bv two (
.' : .. S&.DI1aIq; f bald still. all see .tbe'propririy.uf,toakiug only) oeU 5f Irv
fled to be *o tke ,District
I The fires will be-$105 for the entire Court of Lectures the hair i j .
to andcrdpaziavaleu.&ied tfrr.
f eyebAll apiicati V : jI.
said Dwtrict. in
; ; $10 Demonstrator's fee; Giadinttiix>.f30; Matriculation U both in.a perfect.and healthy state. ) : tbef oof j .
r TTwi. /Z. .Pdlu fNoOrZcans : ffi. 3 to preserve bidder willow-ben required,.if *. :! VI
. et From tilt Editor of th* Rtnl .E. (&, Advertiser 27 ted:enter inf coiitrMt and IbVn can U
aJtOEa. law: .'.;. Goara nodCyn Arrangements haTe been made by whn-b ItddHltA PII ,
Sr Aoo/ Street. | ofpexmni' -h.otl I
sufficient securities lot its ; ,
SalDIPWb can be accommodated with board at from |3i to V pomti V
U- JeU c. rwesVw.. good. ,, tit tbMv'baV* p
Lemons. 4 weVk. V BosroxMareb2O.4.Prof. Plans, Sperifieatir.and
.J ToJA f per :
Oyster*; Brtadjr ? ; -th '
. t 'k nee a Pioe Apple*;aM''.Greeto Oege Mar For further mformattftn addn-M Wood: Dear.Bu-:Having become prematurely be examined onatxi After..Jh ,. : '.the direc-: sreem7n.; vsd'9.i--c'jwmlgecs ?
: i H.L.BTRD.M.-DD n. I itidueed. weeks since to 1855,aod, tber rjnAimi8ti Hi "
Strawberry some
4 fft *.u *!: Syrep Raspberry quit. gray, was 1 .ProCCald _
., Pioepp1e di &nd Ginger, do Bjuisberry Ymsrsr. September 15 1865. 97 make trial of your hair'restorative.; I Hare used )less at to the.Dejirfiuentorut 8t Mnrks. the rf! tlI1I1i. tbI) I VV

. Fresh Salmon Lobster. Haddock, HaRibot andAMES. than two bottle, bat the gray' hAirs have all dieap 'ahd ''eWiht Qbs1eseLQrf7sV

i. ..m.d \! IBOOt .u aod P.rkr.lt University.of.Louisiana. penred ; and although my.beir has not fully attained The Pfopoeals mart be sent t .'! (jrcl lt.* r2l

.. 1J lI'U'8. its original color yet thepmeess change gradually .dreesed 1 to the entary of the (
oeO., that in Mort time r1)alLV fur the SL Mark ? .
goiog QQ awl i.Iha .. great hopes a ) .
. t D.t THE ANNUAL COURSE' OF LECTURES in '''ii T hair will be a s dark fonnerly. I have nloo. beeu will tJe pt'ned &I,'I o''cJlick P. we' 'bece ti; H ot n .7'J; "f.3-i- cr1C ;.:'J l'"f"dr'J'bra1.

: 1 y tI. UU. 1t Department will commence on MONDAY ipuch gratified et the healthy moisture and vigor ol ed. ir.r. thi .thf''lIIe.iD i I .the CoUeg V .daB. 8Sq f\JI..-.1.

-- :_ November 19th, 1856, and 'Will .terminate in the eu I" the bar, which before was harsh and dry, and it hat ders if any choose to attend. i ; V and lit-IAJP .t_. t 1':
Great Laud ate suing March. A415&d hd
ceased to cume out as formerly. 'h& :i :
James Jones M. D Professor of PrecUee of MedicineJ. '. ? & ; .Ul
ef a decree ta Obapesry, the undersigned Respectfully )'oun. D. C. M. RUFF. 800 9
INpT'Ms L. Riddell M. D. Pr.fetsor of September 1855. PEMAL C L.'V
Chcmvtry. I.
a1iIktth4DJ and placetn 1 I .
54 .1 wDl offer (or CHICAGO. May 1, 64.-I have used Prof. Wood's : r.
rtin designated npward of*nilBoa acre of land. Warren Stone M. D, Prufessor of Surpery. I Hair Reetorativ"e.to a kci'J.d advantage. It prevents. .. 'Tbetrm .., la O'J. t_ .
A. IL csn ,. 11. D, Pr..r..r..r..obltrtm. New '
Establishment in
Iota b the' ctT-4r'ApsIseIic and in th< I it and softne8 _f.1\.a. "
i si tens the hair from corning ( gives n glow .kZtrad fl
r Terwo VewBorVYlnrwa, the w pmy of the"AP'ALlCHlOOLA .. A.'J. Wedderhtiro, M. D,' Professor Anatomy. desirable.? The few hairs I bAd have : : ?. ) :1 &
: .. GosUrmi A.Nott M. D, Professor nf Mnteria Meciiea very gray THE Ftx' : 1 'pc d.. y. M p.gcolilpialoti -
viz Suet V.
LAiD COMPAQ : I appeared. entirely my family PZMAL.. j >
I Thomas M. D Professor of aud Pa I V i
s prjrtioas of aaU lands as.lie in the Countie f Lena.waWtaateFOidstHtCirinbe Hunt 4 Physiology it.and concur with me in pronouncing it all it preye. '!V. TalLihnMee, ; ) ':111 ddratwadMa: ...

f : Altered in Ti&1Lue! b tMlttgY.liaa to be. HENRY A. CLARK. Michigan Avenue. joiniu? Cwuntiee of Georgia that : at 'tbii I .tot; .t....% .:ad .. fLll1,V "

'', m the FIR3T MONDAY IX DECEMBER twit;: .. 111. D. 1} Demooetraton of Anatomy CLOCK ANB WATCH Shop *f. lies io Franklin Count will 1* uel CbopptD. 11.D.' f WOOD'S UfO doom below' ., "
d that paiVwLkh aor. OIIXTTAL tea Arm LINIXSXT.HlHs'Ltiuineoi'U MeDongall' .pp | M Ipet ieBt .
& The. will be the third .
T'.tl *8e *3 al Ipalacbieota on the FIRST MONDAY IN rooms in October.tor Dissecting open on .'vAluuble auxiliary to the treatment will be ready at aH times t., do ,At from I cvtit 'or ."Wtiai ;',1m.v Mesi.4 .'.-_ _.
JLNULRY.1856. Tbm lands lie on the Gulf Oast Monday work io their line. a It'Ofe.t .
fm and 6nrgeons I of some of the most formidable dfeeasa with a'Pr

. .ji, *tsd fruta the St Marks to the Apalachkol* River, of TheFaeoHyare'Visitm i be Charity Hospital. aDd Thyfiewns attend this institution I which it is our lot to contend; for in V
*.J : o i) i cjie! the Islands DO gaiJ eoast' tion of the and IwtreK] and at the shortest notice; ab'oja.bi\ l at Iti es- des aDd leaitaden
By .1 thorough eocao
will! be' oo'Hhird cash the remnindeiin from NoT moer to ApnL lunges continued JW) JudimFrtaanenITrYadbD1lr1.p ..
The terms description. By stiict attrition :
I The'Studcntr the Professors their visits application of this Liniment over the region of toprosideV : .
, in equal tastalmeoia of one and two years.;with juter- atuJ free of expense accompany enjoy extraordinary practical. the affected 1 organ the otherwise formidable diseases determined "that nome I'.tlll 90 they aregrauful We hJkTe'inrroere I. .,3-:,

1t from the
aed.tbt'M'ulefi., >orip tie
-it Tor prcperty owned Stick There are daring the session, about eigbt hundred particularly among children and thousands of mother moutb's-ercdit. whkb marriIao -'v.'BMT W *'UM M Wtit*
.Ia Land Company by is' Which
h .w: Apalaelu fur were they allowed to speak, would with all tbet"qu.oce J ,: ". .
persopreocrib8d daily.In .j"t, .J .A :
wi.! b. received meat J:2'T
tbtlr asji uecs, pay March tf tn ..
h4tior 4. I85. er
Ii tbou- of feeling and affection bear their united .
1854 the number of pntients was thirteen .Pnulajvw* lIIf' or fJ1 ef'4r-..

'tr oct.! Tttivs:. :_valae..TQfllJ. BEARD, Receiver. Ac, Ac.Jdy land one hundred. and ninety two. testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children Administrator's can eeraVat.Faag. "frjrl .q."r ifrf .

.h tf-28 THOMAS HUNT M. D..Dean. from the rery jaws of death Bud restored themto by Ye/low IAek JI.l San pnr z. a i
j41 '14. 1u The AdminutratiHrs of the H their former health and beauty. Again it will be T3ons holding claim Post Of Itd6trie
.* The FloridA Sdt i t Wakulla Tim.ft. Mid theApaL&Igc& tF 'Charity Cotacrcia1Adyerar wn publish till eect.aDD=lly. in April.f urteeu Resident Students, found a powerful auxiliary in re iorliig what is generally !, Buie -ctuiffd i fr9 w'. I ( :
d Liar
who are maintained bj the institution. known us an Ag'ie C ke.or an enlargement of are hereby requested to |ire ')t IJftr 1.

E Doti tjo4iss4x3u; !; September 8. l&tt. MIn the spleen.indeed in all cases where the external applicAtioais cd] duly] authenticated within tb*- '. 'Lis .4.'i itaj ;taUe.

ivuraalf Medical College. of service this.LinilDeut will be found useful ')r this notice will be plend in bur Florida Tears b.-1Uftftq. .
: 8 fire Baat'tiMrelll6iJ' '
for Nearly eltf
all years .
person will pleas _
Lcetorra D this In titutk>D. Chancery.
TbkitCoa-Mof bed ,1b&'eflJr.lnGt'ftJ '6e
It the adniiuiMrutors. V '
1 THE tasm.>t oa the .ntMooday. i b NoTeruber (" ike Circuit Cttttrt of tAt Ifi&ilt OrwiF'lur.- raor. WOOD'S VEGETABLE.lUQIL. UJ'C.PILLS. uudersigned C.\ beet mad1.thiittbetou14 s *_

1ih, & ..nL ida. In Leon County. Busamu May 30/.5J. })ruL O.J. WOOD:-Dear JAMES boa of the 5ntryp.itb1any Q2rnT.?.;

TbEClWcat.L.Ct1TTiTI: Yedi* and Surgery, at Andrew S. Garr et alii.tI. ) Sir:-'As "'e have tilled and .eu iwe-l l for a number bat also ;d'i6tP. ., .
V September 1,1855.
?II th.. 4r UB biJo piUtandtkeColleg Clbiqo will *. V of y-ars. mur Veritable( Magic life Pill*, we are prepare for the cure of such disa t(i'sBf'ef"'iiI' '

t- fI'nmtOf'e thi 15th October aoJ ooatiaae during Lewis Curtis Nathaniel] Thumt, t alii ) '! to reromn.eii'l them) to tLe puMic auptriur Florida worthies i, / tOfltit 1':. s-q )h. V

on the Slat day of March last in an to all others and iittillii'lf in the rurtof the diseostfi MONTR' the ad In the spring of 184*I jrM fed***

L HCewM.TACUL1'.Y: WHEREAS Decree rendered in this ratifr bj for wlik-li the* ale recommciiilHi: ELI.O, i. tn try Dr.. GuysoU'a_ Y.l1owDi44 j

Theory &ncJ.rr) 9t.iee.f Mfdiciao-R. D. An OLD the lIoD. J. Wayles'Baker.iJodgts! of tbe Court afor B. B. Leach. A. B. Pettk B. D. AU>ro. P. Ja -.)lw.Orin rrii undersigned: jfi : 'which was :u" *xf for four othMn m

'K.D. 'c. : ,aid. it was among other things ordered aa follow: Buzzfl. Sp ucT Bu ell. .EXlwar-l! iillx-r.. John I.4" J. JL IK that he has ] i to you it for about four wuH It'Tr i''.Wl' .

tatriel and Di* i ee of Women and Cbi1dreiitKex.z.ocLD. "And it is further ordered 1 and decreed th.it all Albro. Lucien B Sw. t. Elias| ; R Sweet John Harnraft. J MoDtWllo. formerly liberal] she .as i improving. and from this ti'srapaiiy.

.t persons having claims, debts or demands against the Ntith.io 'l! Gilmore.James H. Pine Win. JuLncoti HlIl.n..l\llItlwi1l be prepared to ,throneL .and pined fle"h awi.JArtifti.ea .IDI- .

,Principles and Practice ef Surgery.-W.G.BCLLOCH, sail Apalachioota! Land Company, or to or up.n the Johnson Williams. O. .:\\''' C. Farrar. D. Land TH.I'nor. .f'y"v 1II1It'r. The house is now .d- in tb- e was entuely:;rtowved,;a. *.IiP.smPVpl. %

F ifg1 LD. lands Lnown as Forbc's Purchase, or any portion of WOOD:-Dc r Sir:-1 In vim? used nn l ex- and will t be 8" nmna ed as to i ji tins most excellent.healthj.,,. ,'I. 1mIqpJt-

Msdical Cheous-rr-C. W. WSST. M D. the said lands, do present the same with the evidences peri'-nced the ctt-eta of \iur g't.llhll' M gic Life Iuem and Ixmniem. A ( lea We beiug'n'%hbors i
.. Iwtitcnan of Medicine-E H. MARTIV M. D. J thereof to Hugh Archer. Jr.. Eqooc ol'the Mastersof Pills in my family will .\ay tot M"1I fiunlly metl- here even attenth is paid Jn the know-that tM above 'stirtrrirtff; "

Ay.-tGi HOWARD il IX.lUUruMsiicaiad ttis c.urt at his office in the' City of Tallahassee' icine, they -cannot be valued too highly. I llllu* ,IJ"O\I"rJlt a* at any other Hotel) been so Mrs. MonOtnl andas E4ILI&.S'.WS ...'r

w McJical JurirJ.: B. 'f!j or t-tfora the first day of October next and that them in several bilious attacks urxl 'intimations and sliare of custom i il reai>ectfuliv Inflneoee Guyott'.Ydli'w Dock [ t .I.

1, l D. tb saiJ Master take ptv of of aud ascertain and repui I nil! say that their virtue caiuiot be too highly appreciated Ijtrai. I VV .
#1'Sk iW
DratfAnacun---'TO5..J Wtr- M D 1 upon the validity! *and amount of each and every for in every can*- they have speedily triumphed -, Montici-'io' _Octol er 2Q 1854 n'r HEIR. -JIJIIt1J.

: ..eel. i."entire jUU".1. .''. .""'. ..f each claims, debts and'demands. An I that the over disease and II'Dce" feel in duty bound i :

riL. '. .Jr.oue itijn TicketAespU&ixlrliBawJllbefumsheJ.... . .; : :. It..1 Miter do suaroon before Lira such of the paid, to recommend them to all They "pt'r.t.o VtfeCtIy AGENCY OF THEETNA f' $ ,
f.r th' .,.,-. -' creditors their be ea!y. prodnemg no uneasy 8E'1II1tU..n. vet their oj>.-raioo Sole] V General Agfnssiftrt-tksLiSotrtbtv*,,I.
ii/tnts or or agmts ns shall naV I.'un<1er!i 'led. Agent of
i i .. is thorough; and I am *tn"&fied Ibntimtlnnimureo 1"11 wbr>m .U orders must invari Ube adttrottf
fr. -
TVacticJ.Acatoiny; ,Board: c&n be had Ht t. i it4 .oll r be iuf" rmed are within this State and give will receive nplMrati for ;'
-9 '- ': most case, is necvssary thin the!e valuable piI! !. T Fr sale at all 'lie Drug ureeJnTi
**"V Fu tfcrtb pa.rticL'or8 app'v '" t t/_ A--\rtiaemeiit\ to be published in two newsocrs against' has t tI'ire. i>n Brick All )
4ti per 0. W WEST. M. D. t\.,:.- :; pjr:2: "hfd in this State and in one puMitlwd in to perform a speedy! and triumphant cure.Respectfiiy Furniture. f.'rclullldizt-' ,aDd and atone Agency in evervTowuin'tM'" 3tArgustlP ;r '
Y & .1 *'- "'
88. -
oW' !
tuZD.t11,1EI8. 32-32 j i me City of N -w York to all claimants or credi- J. B. fsnusrv 2i I RS 4 V '__....... .. VVV .f _
I I : u ic rtd UiHr.lemnnds and be examined wach.i Work. V I VV
'. J. WOOl) & CO. OH. LEn J ; ..H14ea '
U Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Nat j i : 'r.' a a m.. And that any person or persons an- u

Shovels &C.' -, jJ fr4.1 e hiD '
1 .. ff'rC"ll"i i i ,. ','\;rlti *ve lai.n or d.mimls of any other per. 114 Market Street. St Louis.D. TALLAHASSEE. size kept I.1 market price-;..: _: id,e ak,ot fit>erTta,
g8-4.cribsrsiovhs the attention of II. Ames Agent,.Tallahassee, Fla.! : .rn
!Y !I r-'iLa.Q.! ; jarjust wl stK-ti ereilit"rs ub r claiuitinnt ( etablieb- ; .. .OK..
rnit fl.. York, taiaeir stuck uf gnod "": i : and February 10. J8'5. 6 S now ins.rfinp '-' .J.41.. '- -
!: \ eWe n prove their demands by I regard to September ; ; .Sf
' .enn pjate variety w ike above line.partk-y '. d new and irrpr l __ ; V ."r" -.
(ve im ti .or ciicii :lurtla-r tint* at the JOHN W. EVANS
kfly a4pti4 ta' the SoC m' trade,which they *re I. )11.'..r ,t-L-ti] nil w f..r tlki.t purp-.tt. shall lm u. V ewiutiuIuo.ui IlUIIIP. ( to put op. City,'Tar 'deflector'. Sid8.
to aeQ at low prices f>r Cash or appr 'vt'J ATTORNEY AT LAW other without euru in cnick. ]
r'j .reparcd "i.u",1 from I lUt! U'n.fit.tit I lU,ItTte tol I t-Mia-le in the virtue of tbe alt.onh"t.d io .
t'r t- STOW i SMART V BA1NBH1UGK CEO toil ineut of fo.d. thereby rtrii: BY -.JbPe.
', but Miuli tri t1 for
i h the 110
; Oau ; t" D caUl<." levied ami ill* .'
: ** Acaale ek UM
..T4.: 1)1 Pearl 8taa&- Si Water SU-New Jerk."Io shall 'c.'niin Iwfote the Mti'l l Mauler t.. jjnirttluirdwnanJs JOve prompt att$ntiou tv all business en life like and rt-sWing the't'nginal in this tint Monday to Oct tpt-n sapo
WILL "Urwitrif out w*t) oahps 4 sd.
it ,.retia ;L15. .. U-61 l 1&1'8-brfure I Wng-AdnMtted to \.In.. to sign to his care, io the Counties of Thomas, so as to defy detection.will aud lef,rf the QUriThVet1OOVWJhe

Lean Circuit: 'Co it. 'In'Chanoery and dt-liv It.,. tit *ui>l M.i Ur A rrijml; !iion contrib Decatur Baker Dauglierty, Calhoun Early and Clay. Sett in Middle obtain Florida all fur Full Belt tritlm !legal buun,'ttt' !"...ih ..dnmw.1 CjifTi.fl..ses,

2 : ute, aol i pay to tlieorfnplairiHnt* tJn- r rroportioii of February 1'1. 1856. 7 tf_ _ cau 'aiy. to for Taxes due'V. jW
!.i'. p BUI forDiToroe. the expends of the siiil. the ain .uat.> tn be pair.to! lONG '& GALBRAITH, He to suit warrant the time in enlY Terms' e, Fla. 1855. tu-uit: .* V '9 ._. -. V

L &r J-";;; be settled hy the aid blaster aoew.iiloe (o-the *oH>uat prices Lou? N lf d-32.in .the orifml.Plao IttUgtfifardy
of their { \w. ,
-4. mrft.J respective CIIl.WDIprdo4'ut..I. V to. '. .
,- <-4 / :
i- WzUam'.'e. Wtv thettfj**, in putsuaiwe of said.1..rt"f'.I".ti't' i is : MA. LONG A J.D. ALBRAITH have associ- June 21, 1S54. I. Orc/ril, 'I'p(: 1-Ao.. '?gp uV tae .ongfel'JjWbew' r. v

4' I* appearing to tbl tatU&ction' if the Court that the hereby given to all pruis having-clitidis, debts or tlieinselves in the practice Law. They For Sale. County, 1 : eatate4f .Oersrdij.Kois '. T-TS V ..

; ) IT&bm4.ii14ndaM.wimu1 T. Prit- rr.4
; j.t: ftU\nrtt. Bute of Florid l-U is ordered that a. heariof or upou Ute Lau ls. known as" F.. .', Purch e .* prenfe Courts nnd the District Courts of the United FOUR small 80 Farms acres each in with : W inch 67 in UM South .( tfae'Canaty qvarteUr tOBsi the
v of DM fata charged in,said bill of OHtiplauit be situate in the counties of Franklin.GaibxUui.Leon und States at Tallahascee. houses the River..ette tb&fur, fee jea186 -1 -0)i 'l'&Wk h*
out on same. Enquire
; had Ott.trM Xoodar in October. 18M; Protkle WakolLi in the State nf Fl-Hida. to present the samewith Office oppisite the Court'House. c 3,Bo814ltIoinc; -'> v i ,.i j. ., .- f
M Octuberl4,1854. : "
p the rvuleitce thereof to the orKJemgited. one of Ocl\lbcr't8.:18M. e prop- WIISOlf,a .
that of' this order be pabbshed in some news ly _ will be
copy .1. VEV
Ti.ff f sail
fo of three tbe Masters > Court at his office in the city of September 1.1855. 1t .
the.1 Notice.
4 i ptpcr pnDtediII1r..Jr"ee Tallahassee on or before the flrst day of October ne MITCHELL & STEWART, 'zVIiV'tMost t

months before the day J. appciintad.forsaidbeariug.WAYLES BAKER Judge.WM. otherwise they will Wltm-d vf nil l siaefiL wider t.1 )RRSONS having drmimds Apprtred Cera.JOU 1IIz...
James MvGill. County.
n6t r' Decrees rendered or to be rendered in said cause. estate ;' A
JaI3O.1E5. $ -1 ( AOFVL.IjVLM1LIS tW
HUGH ARCHER Ja. County are hereby notified to *
f t\i n.
autlieuticated t the under.oigned
J/attfi in *>
M. LAWTON & Ci)., 26. IMS. Jl-17w. Chancrry.May WILL practice io all the Courts of the Middle in the time n-quir. by'law ..r tins Mill have been Joe sown liWfiMl| >| Trili<)gbfllil| ligioft

'COTTON) 'fJLCTOW, MI Columbia an I .
;: MA XXLAtrO Cfrruit and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia requested to make paRe.it .faction,grinding wtth'eaee: .

4 ( No. 13' Southern Wharf aiouan. __r. mcanr. 3 nuaLrs w."BIBfJHBXT _DOWtNQa ... .. I Ma-di24.18(5 If 12 T. B. HUDN in the dav. with tvrtiaoffb. 3U":.

h Oha 1 ton: &o.Oa. & DOWNING( September' 15. 1865. J4.ied lu tie tfli- "- .:
: and idle warranted to gie'p.Lgm 1" _
every Vi
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-t. Vftt. M. LIWTOF R.WLflnrvogTBAcoT, !!:.iEYS AT LAW t" AGENTS FOR CLAIMS A.r Bla V Call and examine them aApil '
Wuracran LAWTOJT,Ja. L&W
Joaxra T. Diu .. _ !1. 1855
4m-t \O. 49O, 8fVf-ulh !lr. !, to V V V .1I .
1 iSATTAt'HFD R'. ..
May 21, 1853. 20 Carriage, 1Buiesand, -
t.i'1_. ; practice before the Court of Claims, and : 'tl( :

I : after date, the tmdenfened admin- Y Y pruleefM claims'before Congress loUd the several i D. P. HOLLAND, i taming to llinl buainesii is
vf 81X:1iQ1a-n&: esta'e of fl. a Bradford deceased DtpartmeoU. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 1 notice, an ,
UU *f L.CJCfCouotr.1ri11 exhibit hit final account July n, 1865. 20 I ahop in the city. Fttrming .-aod dia- .. .Ter1'1a. ft
'i.j' sad TBoetwn to the ) Judge of Probate of JA Quiacy Florida, Plawrla Scooters. Rods Cln ao4 I. .

; OvHD>(y.aDd ask to be J.cb nj* r )haud. This will affiird IteTtuber 18. 11M. '' J ,a'
A EDWARD BRADFORD. Adminktrator. .and of Jackson and Frankln! Countkia. sUuitly on .
themselves 'iUx
April Ii.llf 18, cm. October 23. 1852. 42 tf tunity to supply. : : .iied'L'1U1 V '

I' FLOJU DA. V., .Jre .' .VV---" .
,,r V MauufactureATobacco.BS -Septemberl, 1866 -06 WILLIAM SCOTT, January 18, 1865 Bacee., -inn THoUSAND dr seM _
IU U fr n XarambU IM' MV''JM
of variaas brands I Bay.a
reevrve LAW
i I flgMarietwT1d Twbe e' on consigumeot For sale. STORING AN) dressed Ltimber malice amoothttfwtirk b'ftr,
MONTICELLO, FLA. aDd Is really kad OVbaul40ur5Onides. .
IOU Boxes' now on the way out.'I .- AT E W P 0 eMpd'tJaa maktac by
.acaia season X A A SACKS SALT b first rat. order br July0,1853. SO 11 jan ,
and it l)41gUDDVNew.Port.
jdOTcoanta will iio well to bear this in moid OUU a 8. KNfGHT.September f PHE undersigned still (
June .*
.t. 1855. U ..
be laid down ,
; will be eokl kwer than same quality can J.,UU. 36 Glass, Oils White Lead &c. JL in all iu branches. Buildings < .,. ..
: for frera anal markets aud oa Uiue to good par- C h "Good VV
.wagons. cap .
tie. Notice. .1 Afi Glass. asa<.rted sires, 100 Newport. September g, 185J.
L NeWDort.'Aumet 4. isu.i SI >lV/U .Kegs White Lead pore, extra & '. J. .TBg- 8it* : p
; HANING boa oat the interest of B. F.Byrd in .8 barrels Linseed Oil, MILES NASH V .tirio anitbssr.

i1t jtRIgtrator'g.Not1ce. rcantn. business at Centrenlle also all 6"IArdOiI, ". ':_.. t,-

having; demands against the estate of I, the accounts and notes due the late firm of Byrd and 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Dealers in Drugs, I .". dispose urth 1soek .$.Q5gd$.54D $_I,.

'L ALL&persona P, LarkinsJaUof Uadeeo GtDDty,de.eeu.d. Combs wetTr.p ctfully e-.licit a continuance of the 20 packages Fire-proof Paint. f<.tls. and 1 W>U.) inform their newts eoGmts!'f h goo'y ofWafcUa oTrr T/;:

' ViQ rake notica that they most preeeot themto patroosge heretofore so liberally a.anted to the Ute 2 barrels Train Oil. I bbL Copal Varnish, WOULD '-, a good ti. Jewelrj. Faney'-<3oodi r< HeW.(hSL
4 J. within tie time Spirits Turpentine i in barrel and Ware and Dumerooe other art wlica bt"tf*
th* u. *%nod duly aotheotKated firm.We at retail articles as arv gmwally fct-pt in '
I. 1: yedby1v.ortbisoodM-wifl be plead io barf are determined to sell our g ods as low aa they V D. H. AMES. and will be receiving regularly V tl>em elve! to aeUlo ;caeb' .aV' .

i- ." can be purchad in Tallabaiaee% Tbomasville. or No..embtrlJ.l8U. ] .
T tbeir reeofwy'; tod all persons indebted to said anywhere 4Admlnistrator' terms shall be.rtUlIIUlblu.T.lIabaaltt' dDcrd..ric V fOWL&.

tate are bereby-notified to make immediate payment else. We i invite persons to give us.a,call before April '9th. 1858" ,, .. ; :V V'! t.ll ',t t .

THOMAS U.bOO11'1 ,' i purchasing elsewhere. Notice.V
': U the trnderstged i A. R. COMBS.:A CO. AMES. D..I 'IL :1'4 :'
Aac-t 4.4.1855. 8l-8w Administrator.deriJed 18. UU. ft} SIX roootlt after date the iobscnbeT, bate V Sberiff SNUFF .ASP' i.f .\.. V07W1
- August
1-1 ,Leon County nod Ex officio 'Administrator of V _V .. HIS aJ 4 tV _._.'T

r.Bale. the estate Jeonette P.Uereon,1aee of Leon County, V PETER [; V YAJ.UIUIIU "JtJI35 .

: ofiera'tar tale bh Dwelfic Wanted. to Purchase, deceased, will exhibit bit accounts aod Touchers before cHATm8 Jnlo ao- '.. .VVVV ,. .".I J' .' .n'Jft.'t _

; : Boose ard tO aNI f land south of ; !, Negro bore, from 12 to IS years of the H"0-Judge of ProUU of laid County and apply Ho.4 2, i f OFFICE.with Dt M.MmN WrSrSfatetyiuKrf gJ
FOUR.lib nf Pirn
' .' tOD the Belle Air &*d Tiwod' 108.8. KNIGHT. For a final discharge Jrom the administration of said SUCCESSORS all kinds of \. ,.l'f..J '." a J4j.3hjVz o< V V :*4
: J it; *r'STOOfl- Well thshed;orthe pram' 'BptaIbw,1855. ae rttate. ALFRED A. FISHER May 19 18M. 10 J..2 "
COS : Fwr
in rvoeral '
, ut4tJtW'b.it e. good water, MaSth.I855. 18 6m use ... :
isca i U a' be obtained; addressing aa .. .
*- ? The rtywar tr""'*o" T'rr reaeooabja 'Bi itbazn, Adm'r tc, ) In *Tipiltoo CircuitaL can by OF .L-tjE'R: : .
proj poft4eirabre location fa Bryant, i Notice.Ix l l&hmeut is one of the eldest of ,
, tcma flu it cue of tbe < V CvurtJasxe State. V p i NB* & ,
I Woo County 'far fence apelftath firm.;fWbte Borobam ct al ) modht filer dat*;'tbe'mtdenigned admin, Feb. IT; 185$. T- l .P ...... ,* It -

4 ftlan;iMxt'&or.rTHOHA8 U'D. it:ABM/ Drug WHITE.t Store. TT appearing to the Court by affidavit filed in tbw LY tor
X ease, that William S.Jackson,and Elizabeth Jack- nek... Ute ofLeod County, wilt 'exhibit bit HENRY M. J ; old stand ; .3 i tb&asmetisg.LImaa
a11.S'J ;: final aootuot and voucher to the Judge of Probate of .. "
i. I L : aoo, are rntdmr io the floothtn CSwmt: of the gtat WnJI' ..Nft" !t. '
.. l' of Florida and lao 1 Bortihaaiin the WeMb Cir Leon. Coouty..and uk In be dtsebcrged, 1 VVV ; !, ,"H ic.1 .
; \ : -ltf.,'t t.C cult of said State and Jofca E aTeeMahak Ream :: H.T.BLOCKEB' AdmV de bouW. V m-e.O.D. 1\ot.t ... tul t r '01 .'
n LLWLtrh .f j.e 14cTXe1o! Al&id Bcrphao io cb' Juhy2I.185Lf; ? .t-vIII 'aolioit JC.,.!. _'' t,. 4 dV .
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1h& ,. 'r' i ( iimidi to tbe Legislature of Flotida.,JU V V t toL' J :
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-. :,:.,. .' -. tpptir*& **; 'n IToTeobBxMKt; for hera.t&toa amlameaifeieDU to e .
r S.EDS -' .ur'tbii.SU.'OBorbet tbefiTrtMaod. Ja Xtmi'I'J1I Us charter fI d:3tf6toaB >Bail &OZIi7.' V. >"" V' ( ii'r,.; ii r'

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