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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 13, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CHARLES. :E. DYKE. TALLAHASSEE., FLORIDA. OCTOBER 13 1855. VOLUME '
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from; Cinptb r** JSdmburg JournaJ. much !"-this bad been Ellen's foible of old.; she. received her farewell with Allow ." ,. '. .-, "" t .,,,
customary j. "
me just to We need
say Jthatjbccause a womanbaa scarcely that Madame
Kate AshcoB&f Or The Governess. Kate did venture to : ". But surely, with listlessnejss l : say foR The c&A3. "
say
,only remarking they should- be never even had an offer of marriage, she acquaintance with Mr Dalton 'prov'd r ; % F- Jr* ",, 't'A : 1
your husband and your little boy, you can- dull'' without her. Nor did'Kate. without is i Exchanges from Mississippi, ,
,, [COl CLVDED..C ] go not compelled to let her affections freeze, sufficiently satisfactory to both parties, and \4 continue-/. .J
have much time for
not !i"
so visiting venturing an earnest remonstrance upon her but may find scope for them, though not in that she was induced to stay until Kate was to come"'telghtedh.iw.notbig withdrawals '*
dear I have
II APT EH II My been s.slave long enough frivolous life, entreating her not to fling the "
away one peculiar channel. installed mistress and ,withLgiowjag'ei'atctft
while as in her new home, with bright; ; I Jf
At the end of two vears, an opportunity fred's nursing. Only a husband with Al her husband's affection. It was a difficult Very bitter, indeed," said Mr. Dalton ; I Minnie, her happy young bridesmaid, beside of lhe"conBd'inie7lad.nU?
isiasniwhicV;
offered of a visit to England, and Kate did peculiar views would have required me duty, and the suggestion was not received and glancing down into her face- do I her. aw- *

,$lOt find it necessary to deny herself pleas. to shut myself up as he did. But men haveno very graciously; but she l led little Alfred to believe she is A woman after. all! I actually We have no room for the astonishment of mate the democracy-: from 'bno'eifnwrfry'3! J

ure of seeing her old friends. One Christmas consideration" so now I am taking my his mother, with tears on his rosy cheeks, saw something glisten in those indignant 1 Crawford House. Mrs. Ashcombo's consent the State- to'the..oUiet.-VJa: >oo.p .viofli :, W-. .' '
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evening: a fly drove up the avenue leading revenge.This saying: Will you not notice your own boy eyes." was propitiated by an invitation to superintend baa Mississippi beenmore:: C throughly\ ;; canvas-*?' ,

to Crawford House, and a strange lady speech seemed unworthy of an answer more, and stay more at home with him ? "Then ifyou ,did, I heartily despise the the wedding arrangements; and perhaps ed. The Menli-Apaispeakin 'df tbe
i and the
entrance of Mrs. Ashcombe Don't let
bis
papa be the only one to care weakness!I" said Kate
the
influence of
descended. prevented one. Kate thought her mother for him." Mrs. ** jumping up. a plain practical mind,like I prospects oT I toe ilemocrafic parlif1 In the
Crawford .
*' Mrs. Crawford is at home, I suppose ?f" was half dis.osed Only one word before your offended Madame Topfer's full! of sense and ap-*
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looked l faded and much older, and, after the to be but energy proaching election ""i '
the soft face ( i says: '
laid Kate. first angry boyish looking majesty withdraws; and Mr.: Dalton took was not without beneficial effect noon, thai f fr ." : .
*' No ma'am, but master is,". replied the greeting ther was little more affection sadly up to Kate, touched her a little! ; and both her hauds. lady. It was satisfactory, to- -hear- -from- her- -,- "The democrats, so'far as the enthcaliim i '

. man. Kate in some surprise was ushered (ban after there used to be in her manner. Satiety Kate left them together, trusting that thei '. Kate, with all seriousness, I am grieved that Ellen had not been out quite so much is concerned dearly have the advaotagf'; the ..

across the wide hall into a room at the fur.. excitement, a restless weariness childish influence might work. i if I have vexed you. Be forgiving as to since Kate left. Mr, Dalton Kate a inside track. Their most eloqqeat aod.eflecf \
gave
small and cheerful tone and pursuit, marked all they said or did.Kate's She fonnd the carriage awaiting her, and tell me whether such live speakers in the .
ther end-a sort of Bt dy, if an offer were to be cheering glance. are) field, aqd Lefoff..lf.i9*,
ta which Mr. Crawford sat reading. The opening lively accounts of her German home Mr. Crawford standing before it. Kate held made you tonight, you would -yield'to your "\Ve must ask Ellen to bring' her boy AIred vemberoqi ":ojiljr I Jeyefj'con'&.r,, bia 'r.vr ",
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door roused him, and saved Kate from created, she perceived, only a temporary diversion i- out her hand, he pressed it gravely and sadly.I weakness, or be stern in Jour independence 1" { to town, and introduce him to his new neighborhood, writ be 'fally'cativaued. 'So .\i *Ji

announcing herself. Kate 1 is it you I, My ; it was so beyond the pale of their After all, her heart was full of pity for him.. Kate's heart,gave a sudden bound ;,then she uncle." After all, there might be hope in that a thorough expose of th&hldeoos reaiartir" .;

dear EH'eri' The greeting was as. .warm assbe sympathies, that they grew weary before she I She gb.nced at the handsome house, with all stared, and grew red and white by turns, but (the future, and Kate smiled a glad"response of know hoihiogism it io v>Uble,and the eon '
desired. did., In the evening, Kate had fresh proofsof its EnglisL accessories of comfort and pleasure at length answered steadily: as she warmly pressed her husband's hand. spirators may prepa'oPit. -Aware f fh I'

"Then (am .not unexpected," said Kate tho disparity of mind and character between and sighed.Vhat! had.it to compare 41 It would all depend upon who it was fact that'tb procripton)4 iatprpq.o) J ,(>: ,

with a reas'ufed smile. man and wife. Ellen did not even: with the peace and content of the little German made the offer." Know Nothlnglsm and Protestantism.' know-npthingism i .,wjll not bear-lacuMiQn' if .;

No, certainly. But Ellen had an engage- try to please ; she had been too long accustomed circle Every mile that distanced her ':One who has loved Kate long enough to is'evfdenit enough that'the} morek
ment'--she.always has plenty-and we were] to be pleased submit to a reversed from Crawford House revived affectionateand be no light wooer-one who prizes,her in his The worst enemy of any cause is an imprudent sagacaQos rtheoMiI: :, p> ter'li.; || : i

npture ol the.exact day. How glad I a.ID toJeeeyoqr1 ; position. Listless and apathetic at home,, cheerful anticipations of her governore heart of hearts-but one who is a great deal and unprincipled advocate. This argument as ,pbMib.le. But "the dem.qacy: t

.. His cordial\ manner gave Kate a her whole interest was abroad, where she life. So; far from regretting her choice, she too old for her, and not nearly romantic Well known moral truth is being forcibly impressed are detefmrned i to force theni. pi t..f/om :hair i :..

warm>Teeling''about: i the heart; her momentary might gratify, though in a measure diminishing rejoiced over it-she: even longed to recommence -i enough, I fear. But it is (or you to decide upon the minds of the more thoughtful hiding places! ,'anrd. to bring .thera, QP",b.t4ie:,. -.
embarrassment vanished : she" threw off every day, her thirst for admiiation-the its happy usefulness; but there was that. What says'your heart, Kate?I" organs and defenders of the Protestant the people., Thoqucsh'onJ n ;

her shawl; and sat down before the fire, to be one passion of the spoilt beauty. But it was one delay necessary-one visit must first be Give me a moment to think," said Kate. faith, in this country, ,since Know Nothing. is not as to the victorjf bu't'the ,fiugoniy tiajiMippinpw which -
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made comfortable,and waited upon with all her beauty Crawford had married-what paid. It was getting dusk when she reached in a low tone. She covered her face with ism kindly undertook the championship of shall.be given'to the'democratic ticket."
afbrother's.kindness. Kate had so.much to right had he to complain town, bnt she did not wish to lose another her hand their religions doctrines. If it is the same to Hon. Mr. McWillie tea :

ask:her mother, Ellen, and the baby The first was the only evening these two day ; she would just be able to get to I Mr. Dalton," she said, lifting it up paleto these pious Know Nothing polemics, the in the u, tiDg efltecdvjservice
ladies remained at home Kate's visit. Hampstead Mr. Dalton's tea-hour sensible part of the religionists in whose behalf peuding canvass.Wfe topy
rOil! He's not much! of a baby now, you during by and his, you will think me very hard ; but,
knbw,.a fine strapping'fellow, of a year old l Kate did not like visiting, and she was not t though weary, she exchanged with alacrity, oh judge for me. Minnie has been taken they a-e expending their labors would the following (rom the Fulton (Mfs.y.)) .Mbnl,: :

and more, asleep! in the nursery, and not \'isi.L1e..a.s I. to be treated as stranger;" so their consci I for an omnibus. The pure fresh breeze upon from school, and given up to me. I have feel a world of relief. if they would only cease tor ofthe 18th olt ". "- ,
Airs. Ashcombe and Ellen ences were easily pacified. How could she the Heath revived and her she been their kind offices and leave Protestantism to "Hon. Wm S
> present. invigorated ; received as one of that family' with the : McWi71ik-( qs i,;jfcn'ij :
are.wellandas gay as ever. As for me, m.r refuse, after little Alfred was dismissed, and I could not refuse herself turn or two on the: utmost kindness, upon the understanding that; rely for its defence upon the men and the' this noble old democrat addresjecU?
oT
bulter-fly days are over; I'm an old fatherly) she and Crawford were left alone, to beguilethe main road before entering Mr. Dalton's house.A I am to complete her education. She loves I 1' and means which have achieved its past! triumphs,I our citizens in this i4 c 'iIJJ", .peeija p;$rtjoo.priL I'

mhn", now, 'and prefer sitting over my fire to lung evenings with favorite books, or a comely matronly I woman admitted her; she [ me; she is Improving rapidly ; she is a delicate : wrought its present growth in these United general satisfactron. to all true denoCTAt, tianL', ,

gallanting'at balls and parties." repetition of that first friendly talk ? Craw had the pleasure of bearing that he was in i plant, that would not flourish under any sort States. Speaking on this snbiect. the was. about the 8tronBtnr, ) ti.nnU.* ...t ":

>IIrsp'o& 'ayly but there was a tone beno&th !- ford treated her as a favorite sister, and she town, but was not yet returned from the city ; of fostering. Have I a right to give up whatI Huntsville Advocate says: "The Protestant in oeuajj 01 aenocracy.we ;;.beard.- ". : '
he his could not help it that those she had time aside religious papers of the country, true to the : r I 'f
Katydid pot like: spoke of boy evenings were so to lay bonnet and have undertaken I Have I a right to disappoint In the! i th'disuict
wit1.1 Itri.:1.tt and open look, but gouietbingcrossed pleasant: ; she could not I help'it that their tastes shawl, and settle herself in the handsome those who have opened their hearts cause they advocate, are speaking out in Hon..Mr.Z4ktotjlJexposing 1

'It'whe'ri UP named his wife-and Mr were so much in harmony, that to each the parlor. The brilliant fire lighted up the to me in full trust-and all for own selfish : strong language against the Order, which the traitorous objetts-of kcoW-nofh- f :i
my
Asbtom *,'"lI\ did he not call her mother ? chosen author was. a dearly-loved friend ;; crimson; paper, the substantial furniture, the I pleasure ?" under the guise of friendship, is insidiously ingi,m with ronsammate ability'and 'effect. '

She glanced at him ; there was a shade on that their criticisms grew so animated and I sparkling tea equipage, all united to form another Then it would be your pleasure, my own stabbing the Protestant cause to the vitals, In the first; second, third, and fifth, district.. '

tho clear-jnanly face; that wrinkle rising up 1 eloquent; that Crawford's eyes brightened, English picture. But Kate sat rather I noble girl ?i" asked \lr. Dalton, drawing her and waging a war upon religion itself, in Messrs. Wright, Bennett !
just rvwbetwcen.the, eyes-,ihat half-sneer and his fluent tongue seemed loosened; she eiect, with an air that: seemed to resist any to him. Kate did not answer for a making it a subject of partisan strife. Qnitman Barksdale, andf-; 1\
about the handsome lips; she did not remem- could not help it at first-the danger had to) other idea than this: .' I am Minnie I i although it was obvious from her moment; We are glad to see the organs of Protest are untiring in their efcertidni Ja D : S

l>er'these. She was"glad" that, as they talked l grow a little before she noted it. governess." TOFfer'S// breath and having chest that she quickened was remonstrating antism in the land rejecting the ivy-like embrace half of the good old canse. Thepe&pferalif_. ":. !
indications vanished, and It was not until sitting thus "Your servent madam said of politicians.: The Baptht churcb with''the i [ J. Ii
on",the unpleasant one evening, a with herself roandly on the weakness greatest enthasUsmmenta. to their appoint., i\
thc"old'frank; smile came back.: When she that after Kate had been reading some ofchilJer'8 behind her. Kate started up, and turned. and that tho struggle, being new, wasa generally has spoken, the Methodist organ "r ,I. ',ft :,; ,f., ,J .
was talking of her German affairs and her poems, and had thehee been led to -h, my German friend! So it is actually hard one. Her habitual truthfulness however of New Orleans has spoken, the Presbyterian The Ponto 'J

governess. life, he set back in his chair, and, talk of Germany, and her dear little pupil II I I Fraulein Kate! And she has found her way prevailed. Critic utters words solemn warning, in toe Examiner, \kn.ow.rio'ih( .) .

looked at her with. an expression,; of unusual Minnie. Topfer, that Crawford bent forwardwith I to Hamnstead. desmte. the .ittrnr.tinna n'un.. nf-,ri Yes, would," she said in a low voice the New York Churchman, the organ of the: noticing recent speeijh of Mr.; .y? t.i.6 :' '
pleasure. Perhaps- Kate's-- )lively- energeticwhy a start at some wllusion to her return. Crawford House." .but witn. warm frank- glance.-/: nut- it must, Episcopal church, has also spoken-all uniting the know-nothnje1 ,eandiaat f{/911r$01t113T, _

the sunshine *,f fcer brave independent You" cannot really mean to leave us, ( come from there," said Kate ; "but I not." .' in one voice in saying to the politicians, makes the r 1J j.ing.c nwd sdmiaioii: ,

spirit, struck him as delightful change from Kate he exclaimed laying his hand or thought you would allow an old friend to Mr. Dalton walked [across the room, then Let the Protestant cause alone, your prot. "fr, Fontaine i its
he listened to hers. For the sake of those fered aid is death ; let us alone and the admitted by if1wu:
inanities and
the peevish every day. delightful ereuings came thank you before she goes back. sat down. Come and sit by me, Kate." count not equal to hvnself :,nd 1
Then she was so warm and natural ; Craw. for the sake of all of us, don't think "Come, from Crawford House to-day No, Mr. Dalton, I would rather I I try need not fear Catholicism-an open Bi. the hopefof.hii{ did-.ot, {a4iy! nlet-. .

ford felt himself awakened from a sort of of going back to that drear Germany, that I Why, you must be tired, child. Sit down, am going to prove myself your strong not.minded .I ble, a freee press, and free speech, is all we hand, ,G V&r; i'>1QRae rieo4. ';whileJl'OQ.tb.f' 11

slumberous state while he listened to her ; activities odious Cologne!" Kate looked up to see if and let me make you some tea." woman. I am going home ; it U late." ask. Do not give our adversaries the tremendous talion, dealing;his blows) atPauect'f o.i .tI I'

that had fallen dormant began to stir; he were quite in earnest. He went on rapidly No, Itt me make it, Mr Dalton, it will There was a 'falter in her tone that benefit of persecution." Will the mate skill and ju with c _m- I
his eye.caught die returning light, and he almost : **The truth io, I'm a different being be like old liuiec." So Kate inotallod herself, i presspd the exclamation on his JipsWhAt sup- politicians, in the midst of their insane and I Ia ofhis able gmenl..an 8' ,..
started.at the Sound orliia uij iieaitylaugh. since you came, Kate. I was asleep, I think. while Mr. Dalton lighted the lamp, arid then' do call home, pray" \I" wild hunt after office," heed the entreaty of r adroitness, competitor with, u 1L> tJSC&td;: .: I
as to
... They sat late ; but sitting up for the When people don't lik'o to think about things, sat down with an air of great content, to Mr.you Dalton looked gloomily into the fire. Protestantism?"Mobile Register. mind that his earr1.J, f e'iOD. ;to e'terLr
absentees was out of the question Crawfordsaid they to sleep; their whole hIgh reputatioQ aa a d. I
go nature sinks into receive his cup from her hands. She had the Kate her shawl round bater had IStDJDp !
wrapped her he net been
did
;' so h. bade Kate go and rest, with a a stupid apathy. You have aroused me- pleasant art of making people feel particularlyat not see her tremble her : Specimen of the Eloquence of a U. S.Senator Awbit orernitell: t .
or
reluctant pressare of her hand and a glance the better part of me, I mean more natural home in her society, and it was only to be upon the pleasant room. lingering glance At a very recent meeting of the Abolition Gen. Miles, of'HWM*'&s ( gt c:,' f
into her eyes.which did not need the words : tastes and pleasuies ; now, do not throw me supposed that she and Mr. Dalton whig in a late t
would God bless dear friend ists of at Jac&bn-
back you, !I" said a husky Michigan at Kalamazoo, Henry Wilson SPf7I ; :
Truant, tow well you look never say again again. Flint won't strike without contact enjoy that English meal ,
handsome.. Kate Kate and thoroughly. Kate voice beside lain,, and Kate pressed one hasty Senator from the State of Massachusetts fl-FeUqw citizens, f 8pfe$. to be ID New
you are, you are ; Ellen-why, has she not given thought it the pleasantest she had had for a kiss his forehead. lie Orleans when th '
something betf rde.arer." Words which would me up to your sisterly interest ?" He spoken long time. Then alterwards, in a close tate- him. upon caught her to used the following language. We scarcely but on the eIectioa .ahaJl 'come on; 1 f

:.. not have come' quite so warmly but for the that half-jesting. tone that covers'a deeper a-tete over the fire, Kate was led to open out Don't delude youself \with the idea that know whether. it is more distinguished by cold I to take the morning cars at.B of he Oc1k firz44 11 iutead '
aDd
influence of the
unshackling long, pleasant: eveniog. feeling. the whole story of her governess life thoughits I I'm to submit blooded barbarity, or by its effort miles tryil'eghtyfotir
going to this, Kate Ashcombe. cowardly to to OsyIa" '
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I shall nI :JeJlot .t.
chat, Kate walked the oahen back to '
up go Germany, of her
course/ gradual stages ; cheerful but hardworking I I have something to propose that set frighten by an unmanly threat: first time horny life I inte : ;
,
said Kate may
staircase into and wdl I to.
a ppacipus arranged steadily ; have made home in the theft/I':
chamber: 'h re",d 1ightful! English sight 1. a there. If any duty bade me stay my here, it struggles days with the language Frmkfort.school; her friendship; her your and listen scruples it to?"rest. Will you not sit down Tbe'South threaten dissolve, or'ratherthe de'zc atj l.4t. ,w, (%,$ eamtstl" ;. I

rudily'firo'was'1\ t cheerily blazing, throwing up would be different, but it is not so ;' this is for the pale delicate Minnielinnie's; letters "I to chiefs of.the black power. do, but depend I 1 anasolemnly follow urge-, mj old t ShyV frienda t. .,' .
the"<*im on'-'of the heavy rortained bed and not my home." Crawford glanced hastily home and her aunt's in will listen, said Kate, in a low tone ; upon it, if it was to be done to-day they i my example jJorif ? t
return, in"itirigKate but she did succeed there ; ::
sit down
not ; she even fastened would be will.be an, epdJ'SSSE !
'.fthi dfpp.bay.-windoiv. Thanks to mine up ; there was a half-suppressed ejaculationon tocomeand.try she liked knocking to come back again before ,. ..

: '. n d-Jiibt," thought Kate, as she threw hid, lips. .* Alfred. ," said! Kate quickly, Then the pleasant country-house living, tho with homelysimplelife thorn. her the shawl shadow more of closely the curtained, as she stood backin midnight. They would .not dare sleep ou t..j P0 rm of,._!..iem. t ,M. w.Jl..be,8l1JUhUa-.. .: :. I. If
window. Mr., Look : ,
--.JOI; the rug before it. There was a I am grieved ; oh, you know, I must feel all with the'motherly Madam over night. at it. Seventeen millionsof i ,'? j' 1te
.'. --rfrti -.spo4sewitlIiT 1 her t Ily welcome hfc had given her but to her own pursuits in this up on "Did you not say that Madame Topfer regretted lions of slaves. Let that once' forth, congress district '" 1
; something way ; don't let all in graphic detail ; she had no fear of tiring she could not obtain cry go has.'deefined, "andl G 11'
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(f n'.lfrr-a.iKj regret.mingled with it, and shinto her out so mnch without masters for and these slaves with firebrands,' armed 'a d ,o.itm. f .I
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go you ; try what the interest of her listner, whose shrewd -'wiDi. 11' oWr ; '
'T "t\.
Minnie in her r :
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vli :'fit of vague musing, until .sleep at love, interest in her and her doings may avail ; fixed on her 'animated face, and whose eyes. would countryhometbat she both, ready and willing, tapntrtbd iorch to 3ddiitrictrC'ol.lJ.B.! ; ... : k .. .,. .j .
.9 her love is pertinent even remove to Cologne, if the advantage their master's dwellings, I tell) is Cbbz. tioj to .
a4 put #a end to cogitations.KpteVfi.rst powerful. Kate spoke earnestly ; questions, proved his thorough you tbf re not } *' '" "':.'"..r7.ruathek.'ci "" !
'visit in. the morning was to the she wished to say what she felt-to point out and enjoyment. How different comprehension Kate* there assented.were not so few \I" a mother South of Mason and Dixsopls timwho'wouldnothug didaL''' *" 'i .' .; :Jo

nuos.eFVr, Children are-not gracious to strangere.lo !A remedy, if possible; but the matter was so from her late lislners! thought Kate. When what would her babe close to her'bosom A3 a aample ofthe xryy..a whfch toe-ffenw* .: 'Ii
"Now she
d it sometkne before the, little difficult, and Crawford say to a home in if she should hear this Union Is dis. crata.are 'i
was was not at that moment she had at length come to an end, Mr. Dalton England for her niece ?-a home here, I.. solved." '' ealf1f.g- :theieo r .J i y.--; :
could be Jured' from behind his for advice. : : J
\ disposed
sliytyy uur8t-"s I fell back in his'chair, and looked fromae : :
steadfastly Kate with all the MIus,4pjan f..1ho. 24th'
3Ke.J a4.ma aprgni : very progress I you reminding me ofmy duties at the fire for some time. for her in London gust- r "f'- / .1.' .
I you "
t towards acquaintanceship, when Mr. Craw. ; I need to be reminded," he mutt red.- Then you are satisfied, Kate?" said he, her procure in handstand could have The honest abolitionist Gerrit Smith, hav. t .IL!. t' ,? It.;.' :::": i.;. ,:-, : 1
'could .J
t 'lord came in to-pay M.*moming 'visit. The If any of us had your energy things might after a long pause. all the your vacations own with her aunt. Now,spend what ing been belied by the, New York Tribune": 1000"There was &gatheringoff,94) 10 t, j q

hoy: knoWBipAaj'plicey and Kate watched him I independence, he went on with sudden' tunate Mr. Dalton 0"
girl, ; or rather Providence woman. Dd think she would'' published as an answer to its
you refuse attacks arid I S a tidE a9ffia&? 1
tossed'. -.' a\oTe'd.&thetP.. \ ,. :had,, shouting"wlth.-- I- Warmth; "I admire your noble useful life; has blessed my- choice. .and -trivt-n me a useful- -_._- I! when her cbild's.interestsare. ; concerned1 r' $5 O'to for the i '
t aeRgtflj. witUinOilllue Il1terShe uioagm I always didlihough I opposed your choice I and happy position. I ora- not cramped ; I Knte could not f the'' ; seemed pay publication. Greeley:, ':! 1fo .> ,- --..-.. .: .
&r3.1cK kedwll'at that momeiit with'a .t the time." He answer j; plan pints.tbe.speech, muttersthat and1esar4.1 \ .1
> ; had taken he hand, and can use my' faciiltks freely. Ihave felt myself feasible enough. But 'Mr. Dalton the price. t dIGI J/ ;

nol,1lorerJiisb JiLJ his'see.tltan she had yet'te1'.b .was looking half-sadly:into tier face. expanding mentally, and it is a pleasant. in earnest-to take'a daughter was as well quit as a.' paid is not.sufficient. Tho Mirror! jjiercupon e appeare4s Ut'. '!.. f ; I ,' ;(.;:',: i
Crusted'that.-elements? of domestic Knte, coald have'' ". De iocrata. .i
;: : been with these laid sho remarks were hi
angry feeling, laughing. \ repreptd,, ).
wife upon his'lmndsl. He read.her look, and j'. t'ie! Uoai'A. JB ".
i tappibeisHef-seemed to passes* so largely iltimed) ; commendations 'of herself, but the "1 can .believe it; I eee it in voo. You smiled. He came 'up to her, and takHtetfer' This, -i is not (he.firsttime. /..TfibUnehas.abased Tt l.o .a \I"ft"R. W' ,
;.i bttln looe ".w m.iiot td& :eafcred! toHe look, 4)f nxi, d01'iri l H 1
; this
u4 almost'handsome '
regr..t.in awoke
Kate/ t u'4'
I eyes a are getting hands, drew'her to the fire.,. ( How'could Kate a, man and then made, him pay for the qie i! sj 4' .1
: undeveloped.., thore.painful.feeling; !he, d.rftw, away.berhand -. '4 Am Ie<, I am Very glad you think 80," said refuse that seat, or' the full 'discussion he : insertioi f h' Own "vindicaHdnV We have P.lLqd ." k4124t biM di/l' :

\\Yhat a.,terrible-lWTyou-twp. makerr'! and'rose 1p.. There waa nothing,moreto.&e'Baid' she frankly 'f would draw her into ? She was no Stblci nor" known:the editoroC-thaf journi J"(6 'practise' Op1fl9fl Jowas ming; 81Aft. a :vhrt.tl'1J ir,
1 and
warRinfbr"a mornlng' ; greeting'bejiind Jier.; ; she'closed l !the books; and rpplacedj Why, what does'it pignify to you'? You was she bent upon the'folly of an unnecessary this system of black mailing"even for.the'plt.fusuof1ivpdoUar.r :! at_ t..bA: ql pete o.rh'1rn,'! 1" l.A..,.;> I
Cu3rwiw
MIV
EhGtfri'iig8 rqoh\f to3 embraco; 1Iei1VrAp ( them 1.n'th" bbok'casei:' to'dispel! the sense haveno womanly weaknesses: know." sacrifice- It an'afl2Y.OfeIo9aence. loi'ie ,
it : you might not need, after aU, that 1 i- ;:' ;# .I and 'sopndl w "rW','lf," 1
fftrt qtr uemo
t t mer'e Mrs. Crawfordedl of uneasiness: stoalrog over both. 'lint the 1 Kate looked a little.surprised. she should : W1 afD.'wuttHanw ,
put away from herself.the love of rhe Tribune is the e *
M.UprcYjd : J.Shfe :iawqred .KateW4gt ct.was: 'gnificant, a&d'shd felt glad to make It was aUvays\ myJopinion; Kate, that you ibis strong.hearted in n.'Had hot her hear! / eclipsing Satanic/// : J .otIA tI-.t'amf'S.
lb I. stretch"( fTC. her escape (ro,91Jhe ruooi, wjtliout another were'a ctrbtig-RiitTded woman, as I told you ; l ng""iven him a "secfe't t preference, vyhich- ( 1'tjt.! The Now. York press ia "- '.:ctrions rciitb.',>JtnW.CiJeea; .,tr.ece"apJn t-' 1 J

.ftf nt'io li1?t!t' hefI' riss1fq a1attI :i r ,word from Crawford-iy..a.ateadiIy follow. and I 'admire-you,very; much; ..1 don't know she had not distinguished till: tiow: 1 from'her" ''d 1.," ,; ..". ;.'' "ij :. disc9usolatknowbcrfqngwLlggerj t n IampiO'ktb'_. .

.tijf ; trwr6rd remarking tf a ing glance J as.he threw 1 hjni ejf wearily back a 'oml&nIJldmire so:much "said Mr. Dalton -- tTl : % MAD" .acceswpn
acknowledged esteem and gratitude I Could I :;:;) J.r'r. VI -I7. r _, ,
J were '
P" t.'nb 6 wasEllen. (usual l hour !In his easy criiur." 'K/fe "drew deep breath looking i iato the but st the mini REMITTANCES JTtOJf. AxEzcA.-1f wadd tpThg; c mocrafjocaus ".::od'VIA t."c. .
a time
for4? f& 'K&t'ep rented. re; ,same she help contro.i\ & warm, unselfish love, the : banner,of* I
eniigration'drain fromIrelind am'vt
: ; 4fojim'iBIth 11l
.a 'displeased "as sfce5reached tier : 'to'the'U. dolt '"'
rt room* shewas'thankful]"Kate, it's not e! ry.\V 0 antb8t could do as the home offeredher amid.: '
.t : I pleasant .with..late the
J' .now bQQt ; .
reo nited States is 1
\ $ of.eboDi1aJdtud..1tt
; : '
being : ,
Pf firiEJr'ii I hat no weakness' 'ori* her part tr) r'J f allowed you have done: Theo are some soft.h arted recollections I And Kate looked l to the gradually diminished; .. ., 'J' .ih'! "
eftfcfy&and'tfieri word* to bijtred..iIut; l might/ ttem rd: cre&furVl' h'gffeona: :wAht':scope'as kind; keen'Byes'tKat( 'were, so'anxiously. up bent as no doubt it is I the-infioz.'into, Ireland ofnencan 't ,1-Ts; .: .,.....1 -'.'... t,,), ..'IaJq '' ..J' ," ., i J
'lit can ha11 long ch l" Ellen assented have keen!,bitterly regretted., call'it who haven't live money'earned by Irwh.ihJttJd {O7- TE,, I Xfloirrv y ivA.'u. rt
ffjtore strength to oft CAkiflA 1.l ; .'
wnsjoqeclear. you your npoh'her'fa'cefhfei.Vwfl were foil' rs IN' : !
; "o'
't'\tb' tl.eJ1I-"ifv. 2 7.rlA ooe .6o WA. 'd'pf any. : .conclusion,' aJ.e sooner she lei the single independent" 'Kate was.silent: bat'there'was a'su11icIentanswe in.them not sleadjly.pn.; Ji the WfiAjBe :V,"J_.U Ir. few. :r n In" M 'iii'tbe ,yF1 "
',Q'I& r ; .t1i'7i. Ic I isa Crawford .lIouse,'tfte Detter""oat" k $ flgBres illustration p r.tbi..I'h"1 z fj idt C 'Da { : '
q r.
could Kate
'Iku&fceoffended that
;; AJ.r. CM'FM.f : ; uotb.g'be'done'wlth" ,,exonerate ta ne.el n"'Cf' .) 'itr, .d d ...narnber ae.
nrr' .\ 1 li '?' .' "" 1 *. '. .J! ; 1 <> ::: ; wh left "Mmd ifor Slnari drtho: : 1 j. [
di'p' ,.r9.Ql.w8 i.._. 4 raw.71 ..t'B The tttneVai long I YOI1 ffP.1 ) P z r g-, 9f akheiHI MrDaJn 1 yrQtu Xt d1 ':t4.M 7'ndCA il'J
; .. Uniie.4:States British A&eHt triii'1lia J .WW
?
.il ;
ID t.t.eQ .JIJI T'i .past ',when Cra.W( td'i onie'nltks!ordispbsi-1 "' 41.'fffld o 4kt., : :

ta i b'f f 1."t J"i.ff' ""TfT'JV"J ,tioqj epu.W.il.bliod, ,Kate t In*want.of ome, uT al.lp.u.cantltl'J ppo b 'lik'eyom p'to' be\ weak'2.! .sincrei Toprcin'41t9: ;l tt rJwJii; Vrote.6'did nodtsguiie1ir ajso : ;own' '(rtJiMA: hi beVyetu-I1854v'. 111 noR. did swtexcfed15 00. .&ecn4 \ J 't' J!

AJfM "e is arm ; and lie tookTji&t1Jv' i t g r n.l l; '1U.nJ) tadyprjhciple. ereii Ihc* most'reaBbtiaW 1 oftneti," said Kate"sadly. ;felisbdt' wnich n eyiifftbe' "cotivcfl6nr! 'is'i 'kJJ ejgrat6ji.Uuitd. "' 1rteg"1'We! \.
oS'tit \ti
.L "J tcd, ffl t: 'lj. ._ Had I ho,Jwt .always fallen uudrCould She''lbltwonad6d'cSheknevr'Jwh&t; : ) *to tkB"LOOdid1 mind'that it wafnCUI'Mr "H1 ti'OO A BW-F 1A,9m :ia\.boGt. do i ,
'\ oJ ... _..ur. '_. .. f ,_.I"'l__ __ ) $'tb_ arnoirntormoney.'seqvhbnib1 .. &
or fa'ffP. 1
Ellen Doric.coudnjtd Kftf w.a 4.1 :!= nr.tJ i'reZlk.) )I Lior'; fSttb -1 t'Tr i or'rl.l1m1\ry br blilp 4'ne..urpggJ.o.apdiQ< |t because;.shVliadJoiWl: :*. owed herself Minnfc.-Topferj-ttnd that her sa rGi vIoaW 'ti1 otbePLqpIigFObiit.I (uentrL4ke; *; .t WelT.! ; ;

ru ant pereiiiig-kh* 1c'acillatron'arfernd queued,: *he-w*$i tojiKj $ d4estitutt4t! > ooJUt tLQ Mtn13ba""tpN lnWu OQrJ 4' I8.S1 "
R'Ji v q thanmiBtI& rt'tE&uivpidrAuL
in v 'IJ i lJ'JAiJ .kt iado 1)pm1 Ree-ba% ,Jed1Jlin.tlJ mdc ite I Ief ::1hoiO.lt 1{eeiingawtiWi: perhapsweientt'lii41so : tm.4i1p9LhRF} SHSfji ..r V{>5; jidbr'r! ?]'b"j: $ J itj1wiii I, lM&aLLii. ; ;
.J i J1tb 4i'i113& : JJh Ji wjif ijb nfjir %ai>ly taracter Wit wi1isathoiwutkI.y.yi Jded (0( J '
: i (; t : ; regretted Kl l Madape,1opfer w. O. ODJ .
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Cpn&rAY nA r. &iaf dilj1'IJ1 JJer1 .2\oji"1). 1'e' I.W .'v pC01. iQIIJlY J.dr..ing.,. ew Ji ,Sb if lttMt.m'D1) wasiaiansji judge.of sensible' woniap J sw-sras 1 1.0 f? )! (.be"tectfQ' / "uy" w1it:n ). iM- eprtoa l year.-_ .:j jre

f T& u'1. aef4 tDotYM &weep) }J' another 'Ii' woman,1:bui-Mr/fi hon *-fo} had thought Btoftl ti ifflPwft.'toSkea' f'KlifeWuik m ,. ; tiJa' JrYa (

br!Jtln opr.fj 1If iqugl 1 l tiie"woaW::iu :JIiWr iti11t b H'f' f BtJd-' y i V,ftftteraUocl bank Ultl&ovM ol .bfc&Jr!: : bM Ie ee.'"ItfqMtf ._. AMtf!tofoiuohtci ; ; 1Iaii IIIMotr y' % ::1I'
t.o.'I'O r, I'um, ..' tt4Dtial. rr'i atil1.ri'ief nitfoM ,,1--:1 I "
p. indicslIOQ of ,Speak
R the sLate of arrai1'l I *>fiad:. Q-I.. ''IIO'rt ini" sfMwerttbu'bii; 'things,v&& Jn# met im. ida:equ /)'bat eharg J : qeyjo t Iri! t M j }$I ad : "r
I't:' ,:L' l' '1ti Ii reverie opiin Bt-awford and With iorii.410" tJO,1.lrlS ) Sr.bthtk1gsjt = .1
'". U ElLenl.dA.to ""fl !: : Me JffifirtoB8ftp* {{
mr ( 1 ff >n mJLJ.!, '
af i f. i s
1Q't1
IJ A tJl"t ll1nri1ir :
lb'J e !' ? IE'cret.regr Lrt'.f..Iad'U.."Dation .N : S:1h I W'l\tA' mt 'I ion.} nowerer j anpTeirMa I

'*!) 1 ,. -i ; o r p 'lJ ."n_ fedftrafcnbtf peafcj> .Perhaja hi .1ri1i"wl i ef spiritin YenouJFe&fi-J&ii MW ttltort o : 3t:tttttw OIL'lAiteTQ
Y 1: We'go oat S mach,!and.f" AW r "FI I him. vr*f' that yotfshculd know me so little;t"1I- 'rt.d t ovif He He pit fiSttf ;1 'fridnwday/'tfct. 3.-Tb. 'yellow teT'Ir.1ifa *;, 4i tf$.'* fc ifVv #&r ia

laid.E1le.. are 80 tired, Ellen was not greatly; surprised when'K t. baps I thought you might have understood her arrangements, andv undertaking .1[ iog here with gf eat violence, and 'nearly AmzaaoN, the democratic cand ,

It-'It unless to ask : If \Vhj ') informed her next. morning.thnt she must that my duty yi lire has been to check those sudden trip to England,' 'I sfk and judge for all the inhabitants! remaining in the place are congress from* Washington *

; out so end her visit tooner than she had intended ; I I't softer feelings you allude to ; but no uzattor.I herself. ill. [elected by eighty.four nujojit t


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; deed the allegation was in itself ineoJTeCt we JaeksB Hedeemed I II IMABIAJTOA New'York'Know Rethinks.r More .'... I. )tieksi Y.rtIackiu. 11 _
oimml
; t.rt l tibia1t t f I .J :_ _" "._, .Jf""r
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did J him .. IrTtuT? -- ---
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_. no. injustice. : oto 3:1: : '; hoi \ organ'
_. ,' .- -* f -i' "'?V underaf&rld JWe -' imitation pf their brethren in Ohio an& inchavijl ', MAJUAKXA,.Oct 4th, i5& .
do not quite Ihe General October 2d, 1855. city is still tryingto delude! its readers into ','

. 'S .!. TALLAHASSEE.. : when he says The ficta contradictory of Editor Floridian 4'Journal : the belief that the; New York Know Noth trith the Whigs, Abolitionkts. and Mae EDITOB-Permit mo,to n port through I

; '.. T Jfonr first editorial! ,were witbia your knowl9igQi I. Gf riousNewil! i ings.aro 8 nfu!" on'the. nltabso Hog issue:oitho r Fi-eewilorssnd. there are:now. twl two can :yoorpaper# a discussion which took pa! c, ti

: Sallrdar, October. 13, 1855.i. You vrerCMt resident of Florida"..daringthe The Democracy triumphant -Sam posed d i J.Jt; Of their state candidates it ay- dulatej for Canal Commissioner i iff that :State, |Port 'Jackson. iu this County, on Saturday

: time In which I was an incumbent of the ., and beaten-A regular Waterloo fA full "We referto the men -whose names cOn jiziArnold _Plummer, Nebraska1 Democrat, ,I b9ik' Sept.I .
I ; Anvr.ttixQ.-One dollar pr cquare of 12 line or Democratic ticket in-tfifjutldand one '; : I will state in the outset
? federal i office ,which 'refer :and every their:nominees and to their candi; and ThomJBLNictiolson! fusion a11itl'nist.- that the Know 1
.. for fir t inftortioo, and fifty c bt. fur each contiu- high to "yen ; fleeted by handsome majority. pose point
j ;. nino although for the moment it might have passed The dark a lantern and its behind dltes"ith prido. They aro all men whose The fusionists have given publicity"'to the following Nothings of Jackson determined to make UM

; q IT Jnrnonoemntot caoJidatet $6, to be paJJ from your memory, yet when your attentionwas the curtains" smashed. The organ organ,however, names are known to the public and their antecedents infamous bargain : election, of County :Offiem", t strict 1'
; n .1\\ iei in .Jv. o. will stand the scrutiny of investigation. quesdound tor I
. ; I directed to it you could not fail to remember is still grinding and s8ing7PubJi8\}\ the recently v I, To TIlE PEOPLE OF PE: SVLNANIA : Tbe ; to\am
. -_.---, --- ----,---.-.-. -,----. I Know candidates elements thoroughly stirred :
rt beaten
v something of the reluctance with which, Nothing as Whig party, the Republican party, and the Capt. ,!lrlci.
Nti Post -omttS. Two three of these candidates who
or are
of Whigs, after the election, when be.knbat American' party having each nominated candidates their championappointed D1tetin
the
the solicitation of ror.t1
;! The Postmaster General has established the at earnest people' they were published in his paper .hy, ".Whig thus ppinted to ." with pride". were formerlySoft for the office of Canal Commissioner purpo;e of diic'usslonv.ia ,djthe JtP

J, :., :-1' following newPostQfiei. ,- thiiSt.ito : Florida, I accepted the highest of those federal American" as Kno\y Nothingi He :hopes demoerats,-one was a Hard, and the balance it' I becomes apparent that such, a. division of .county? Hr'! !Jut. 'lppOfft of
offlccs'-something of the sacrifices, both, the readers of the Journal are #Jed" by elements of to tho National .
Gadsdcn L were "hi s. Every one of them the! opposition! -
C. Arm was
: AepaUga! ,. County- f Democrats"letu-r. .. > _. I' .l--U I'ort Jackson. Ine attendlarge. w
and which I discharged Dnttl
pecuniary personal5th Administration ana its ixeorasKa rraua wouia .
L ;; l :Posfqiatler.. .. I Now had ocular of how the editor nominated upon a platform which repudiated I
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. the official duties! of that office," &c. we proof inevitably lead.to.the. election of Arnold l Plum-
. Mount Pleasant, Gadsdcn County-Geo.AVI We were not a rt'sidentof. Florida when Gen. appeared, (without looking in the glass") in effect the Philadelphia slavery plank. The mer, the pro-slavery'Nebraska' candidate. In The opening.speech 'wifc.: tnije by Mf I
: Postnaster when the election returns told the result- Know Nothing resolution adopted at Bing- -
.Fagg, view of these facts a meeting 'ofthe'respeetive Barnes, who occupied the time allowed
3 Call first the Gubernatorial
to
WAS appointed something like he had pain in the head and lam
a
;
.. hampton declared slavery to be local, not Central .Committees said"parties was in that the so-called
p lJ:7 Paper'publishing the Land Sale, signtsl office by Gen. Jackson, but were here before castor oil in his mouth. DEMOCRAT.The national-(tho; abolition can't phrase)-denounced held at HanisbuTg Thursday,',the 27th of showing was of abolition American party .

I II j:, by Major Beard, Receiver, &c.,will please and at the time he was rr/xVmf of further sacrifices intelligence conveyed in the above is the administration for tho repeal of. September, 1855, and their nominees having' orlgin-th.it] jtLd" :120

,f' :' : addfatihe. bottom of the advertisement, The both pecuniary and personal," by the"ingralitude" most gratifying.. Jackson County, for so longa the Missouri Compromise and declared that declined and been.witbdrawnIThom8s' Nich. support in the North ontside or aLe lrte lOll'
olson of Beayer'connty, was nominated as faction-that it was devoid '-
fale above mentioned are postponed till further of the then Pl'lident-tho( General time the stronghold of whiggery,has at last receive extension I orNatiODaJit,A
sl:1yery"l.Oultl no from svch the candidate of the said parties for the purpose that it was divided and
t, r' notice." should have thanked him'for the removal) fallen, and from henceforth the flag of democracy repeal. If this is not free-soil, we do not of concentrating the votes of theoti. the South-here obditubd ren to''
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'.t :-- -and were hero when he made his first Whig opposing foreigner!and catfc.
destined float in
is to triumph over know what is-and the Sentinel seeks Nebraska party on one man,and he is hereby
; ...f .. Letter from Gen. Call. speech and heard it, too-and were here the county. Party .lines were strictly drawnin humbug its readers yet by telling them that the to earnestly recommended to all the lovers of olics both, and there,opposing foreigners m?

1? Tho subjoined communication from G't1.l when he was restored President Harrison the late election, and a complete and thor New York Know freedom in Pennsylvania, as a capable, honest, ly-that the Philadelphia platform, if itntftig,

:l y.rt: Call was handod in off Friday of last week, and forced again to take upon himself" tit; I ough victory has resulted to the Democrats. the all-absorbing issue Nothings of the are.sound!" "on But and true hearted man, whois worthy of the I I anything, is a terival of Federalism-find'tiit/
day and confidence of tbe people. By
; i L bat it did not reach the editor's hands, owing j sacrifices, both pecuniary and personal U. S. Dickson, Dem., heats J. B. Roulhac, K. look at some of their candidates to whom the support order of the Committee. their oaths are areunconatitutional. He cnai:

: to his indisposition. and' confinement at home, tho fame high office. (This latter circum X., for Judge of Probate, (the present popular editor points with pride," all of whom are Signed, Jon* A. FISHER, l lengcd
,'. until'after the paper \va ready for tho press stance i is a fact that had passed from our incumbent,) 35 votes, James Griffin, the standing square on a free-soil pi tform. Take: Chairman of the Whig State Committee. of these positions. S

.i: on'S.dorda.r.n'nd tlus will! account for ita non. memory" when we wrote? our first editorial wheel-horse of Jackson Democracy and candidate their candidate for General S. B. LEMUKL TODD, Capt. Myrick then took the stand and ha;
ncejn the Floridian and far i is Attorney Ch'n American State Committee of Thirteen. rangued the people for two full
: : App of that day: so as itgoes; "contradictory I for re-election as Sheriff, succeeds over Cushing, formerly a Hard." In the N. Y. DAVID WILMOT hours; during -
one statement made therein, ,'iH that since which time, I can safely say, he'did not
:1f' 'OPJ his Know Nothing competitor, Washington : Daily News, of the 29th Sept, the Hard organ Chairman of Republican State Committee.

;.tt t LAKE JACKSON, Oct. 5, 1855. his abandonment of the Democratic party he Chapman, by the large majority of 121 ; John we find the following paragraphs : We call the attention of the American"organ I complete a single argument That he undertook -

'. Mr CHARLTS E. DVKJC : has enjoyed no political emolument whatever.) Pooser, Democrat, for Clerk, i is reelected many I: shall not deny; hut they invariably ;

/ l Your paper of Salur,lay lust, containing a But (.11. Call doubtless refers to the sacrifices over Wilson, K. N., by 105 ; N. O. J. ejecting They [the the office Know of Nothings Attorney] are General.now in There caucus are re I iu this city to the state of affairs among turned into that stereotyped declamation

:t reply; to JmJ'of my letter published in the J both pecuniary and pesonal," incident to a only two prominent c&ofidateStt'pb'n Sammon its allies in Pennsylvania as developed by the about"Americans shall rule America.9 Capt .
Dem. is elected :
Lewis
:1 Sentinel of the has becn I Staley, over K. N., who voted .
previous week the
j of the duties of the Governor's office againat Philadelphia Platform, and S. above address. What does the editor thinkof M. is 8'strong before the '
:: brought to my notice. In that editorial you I I discharge as Tax Assessor, by 110 ; B. F. Parker, B. Cushing of Tompkins County, icho ttympfd hit man mattes. He'has

.$4 .{ say that my letter contains a gross and'inexcusable as showing that his subsequent opposition to Dem., (no candidate,) elected Coroner, by 42 tnunly last yrar at a JVebratka Democrat. It is ev it? Couldn't he glorify the "Americanparty" many of the elements of a good soeaier_,'
.' which j I the Democratic not induced ident that Gushing is! the most popular man. a little on the strength of the evidence fine voice-a .
1. |personal outr:1ge"upon you, party was by a majority over Leslie, K. N.; Williford, Dem., [N.Y. Tribune Abolition.The a commanding person -a bo4-
:\ j you subsequently particularize! as the expression loss of tho emoluments of office. This is whatwe here furnished of its intense Americanism in enunciation and fund of wit and
t for County Surveyor, beats Russ, K. N., (not above i i" a portion of the remarks of the N. Y. a sarcasm v
r representing as a British subject by have never charged, and what we mean candidate 325. Tho 'Tribune in relation to the proceedings of the American Pennsylvania ? Don't he think the foreigners" all of which were Brought I into.full requisition ,
)
Commisioners
a ,
l 1 hirth, a Canadian deserter. County State Convention on Tuesday. What wish
allude !-
we to to blame for clear of
are awfully keeping
..i ; Your editorial contains a statement of facts ., above by saying that if there has a word or a chosen, are \/. J. Robinson, A. G. Smith, R. to iu tlus connection is the charge made against on this occasion.' Though it may be'

:;:1I 1 rnaJe by yourself proving the error of my assertion line dropped from pen which is susceptible of I II. Long and James Dvkes--all Democrats.As In Mr. Cushing. last That gentleman dtnied it emphatically the abolition .Know Nothing gull-trap in the said by some that ho made'a fine,. ape cb,'
nnd be this
And that neither such construction withdraw it with the hittrit'eh evtninp. morning AUthorized old Commonwealth, and for trying to drive he evaded
4 showiug you are a a we our correspondent says-it is "a regular us to say that it is utterly fat* in every pertitvlar. yet every position takes by Mr.
I 1. }British subject by birth nor a Canadian de- utmost cheerfulness. Our allegation was at Waterloo !" So it only remains now for the Tribune to re- the Americans from their homes" in Pennsylvania Barnes. ..

'. ; sorter." J} accept t sir, without, hesitation or j! most that he had been a Democrat up to the Another correspondent, who tract its malicious slander and set Jlr. C.right before Let us have his opinion. Gen. Milton next took I the stand J and
the kindly furnishes us with the official vote the people. [Auburn American, Hindoo.
; doubt, 6tat rnent which Live made as I II sas"b
you time of his dismissal from office and that Some few of the whig of Pennsylvania -
papers attack of .
1 though having just escaped an (
'1-; ; true, and I desire, by thus publicly ackuowl- ; v the next Legislature, we will carry our The News follows this up with its testimony '
then he joined the opposition and not before. are indignant at the transfer of themselves ver when his,dignified voic begaa tip'grow, !
\ : Ovlging'-niy error, to make to you, the proper ticket straight through, without any tro\I'b ." thus: '
I : atonement and to express my regret that I With his motives for the change 1 we have had body and soul, over to the Know full and eloquent with the subject Wfore him,

: J:jf: should have been misled, by circumstances nothing to do-it is the fact only that we Foiling its Threat. best.: NJW recoledi"n-aori the facts are j just it is about pretty these good., according The Nationla to our- Nothings. The Examiner 4 Herald, published we felt kin our heart.to n j, Rkhud is

.;:t{[ into the public declaration to which you refer. dwell upon, and it is for Gen. Call and not us Dcmllcralsofl\ew York ran no man for Congress last in the strong Whig County of Lancaster limself again." It would require more.space
.: It is, however, due to myself that I should Our Know Nothing cotcmporary, a week Pall who did not prufraa to be a Nebraska favorable
nun able article the
. I; say, that iho statement which I made had to assign reasons for the change. If a changeis or two back, threatened the Democrats with: to the Kansas-Nebraska bill. Mr. Cushing in an enters following than I am' .willing- to ask. of j'oU, Mr.\Editor. .;,;

; .4J., bean long, and notoriously received 1 in this denied then he is involved in apparent contradictions something very awful if they didn't mend professed the Democratic to, be favorable to it. He was nominated protest to the bargain and sale: to follow the ,General :throogh the, arguments
by Convention
: '4 eo'mnoniry as true. In addition to this general -, which it is also for him to reconcile their "manners" and stop saying hard things form of the most decided kind. npon He a accepted Nebraska on plat that The election of Nicholson would but which fastened upon ,that audience., H.

7t: belief "had heard your ftreign birth and not us. For instance, he says in effect platform. Soon after it was learned that be bad joined serve to prop for a while the crumbling walls! exhibited Know Nothingon. in its naded
f' ctated by.Mr.;.G. G. Holt, of Newport, as a of the great American party. In the last the Hindoos, and was a candidate for their nomina- of a secret oath-bound organization uphold held deformities I
that the office from which he was ejected state, and its i all that
: fact,,within his own knowledge. I had never Sentinel tho editor commences to fulfil his tion. On the heels of this came word that be was a standard whose only emblazonments are up

4 beard it contradicted, nor had I.seen tho explanation required sacrifices, pecuniary and personal." threat. He pounces down npon the Democrats openly late denouncing hold another the Nebraska bill 1 It was then proscription, falsehood deceit and treachery, burning eloquence 'and' .biting:WaSZth',., I
too to
..1'j:; which you state was previously given Prima facie, then, his removal was an act of: of Wakulla. Referring to the electionin drop him and put .ip another.Democratic But the Convention Democracy, and which already to.ters to its falL Whatis which, yon know, h* is peculiarly gifted.-r

4 J;.. ia the columns of your paper. I had, there. kindness for which he ought to have been that counthe and democrats determined not to be sold. In Cbemung and Ti ga there about the K. N. party that. should Such was his searching criticism that a few

.1' fore, the most ampl authority for its truth. grateful to the President; but instead of thankfulness saYs'higs they abandoned Gushing tn matte, only giving 850 induce Whigs to rescue it from impending wriggling ones attempted to disturb him; bat
: '- It is,.also due to myself that I should say, were invited to fuse with the farcigncrsand votes i! In Tompkbis he did little better, in spite of being destruction ? Are its horrid oaths, its con
what followed ? indorsed it resulted in their utter demolition. Sam could
Why, opposition drive the Americans by some bolting K. N. Councils. .His strained its habitual its
: that it was neither, gross, nor I from their homes! falsehoods deceits
: ; ble J I ," nor an "outrage"' upon you.inexeu8a-1 opposition for the first time! commenced so Do you hear that, Democrats of Wakulla I t- ate pongres&io&al that every race man was deserves an utter wh fmle abandons! and he and met seek the studied treachery, its denial individual liberty -I not withstand the terrible blows the General

: j..t .; provoked by a wanton assault on my character soon as he was relieved of the ** sacrifices" i This descendant of a foreigner characterisc-s to m his friend After this interesting performance of the rights of conscience and,of personal dealt; and be left the field badly maimed and

made in the editorials of your paper-a incident to the office-but if this opposition ie had no other ours to take thau the one which led independence,so pleasing to WHIGS that they bruised. The effect of this speech told on

: t; tain artfully sought to be affixed to my repetition was to the man and did not result from a you Americans as foreigners'from their, seeking homes"to "drive the He straight[ i i. I he into only the(opposition man out of carny') on where the K.be N now State is. should rally. to save, its waning fortunes No. : Monday, when Port Jackson,. hitherto the

! .T: ,, that my political life had been govr has it been continuedto because you ticket who bas been a Hard Shell" since 1853, and Every element ofits organization-every atom stronghold of Whiggcry, 'gave' a Democratic
" .I < orned bj dishonorable motives, that I was a change politics, why cling to the American doctrine of givirig to we are well rid of him. of its machinery repugnant to the Whig I

4 I" J. deserter" from the Democratic party. No the present day ? If he has not changed, every citizen, \\hethc-r native or adopted, the Doubtless an investigation into the "ante.ceden& faith, to Whig principles and to Whig prac I majority of 23. He concluded after speak-
cquivooation.no explanation can remove from vhy has he acted with the dynasty of '98 tices. True Whiggery-whose, motto bas ever: ing about one hour and a half and fully.sustaining
i '
: rights guaranteed by law, and because, in of the other candidates would develops -
: first editorial Nashville bn ." virtue, liberty ADd independence" the Bo has of of
4; your referring to my (the federalists/ )-the party of banks, tariffs reputation being oa
vindication of that doctrine, you voted for Just about as much soundness on the such a party can occupy no common ground.Electlo'n **
: the truth of this You the&t1i'And
ppeoch objection. and internal and with the very best stumpers A .. I
.:, ::. should have retracted it. You should have the improvements- gone RICHARDSON, a native son of the Palmetto all-absorbing issue of the day," as this man will here add, that there is'no man in West'
them for which
refrained from saying, in your subsequent'editorial very measures he once State You, who cling to the Constitution, Cushing is shown to possesWon't In Jefferson. the
Florida to whom Democratic is
l that you had done me no bjustice.I opposed as a Jackson Democrat, and opposi to the teachings of the Republican fathers At the election on the 1st inst. the entire part j to,
The facts of editorial! which made Jackson's much indebted, for the success it baa met, a*
'L contradictory your first tion to administrationso and that of toleration which has made hare Free Discussion.We Democratic ticket was elected as follows :
to spirit
:.: were ,within your own knowledge.(. You were I| illustrious ? Thus on the supposition that and inquired of the Know Nothing For Judge of Probate-T. J. Chace, d m., Gen. Milton. Bat a few years' ago-.th. Democracy
sip A rertdeJTOf Florida daring the time in whicb i iI our country great prosperous-you are organ of Jackson c t d, hidiymzxteri'corporal's
Gen. Call has turned 340 AV. Barwick K. N. 127. .
not a "polical summer. last week whether free discussion was to be ; .
without
,; foreignershileyour a
u-aai&iincumbent of the high federal of- opponents
he is involved iu For Clerk-John West dem. 295 JoelB. guard ; now it has, (as the.retQfq'will
contradictions
set, which it ,
;
} allowed at the to-day at Whiddon's
4. cos" to which you refer; and although for genuine American principle in their narrow meeting
show made
?' the moment it might have passed from your is for him to solve and not us. We acquit creed, are excellence Americans !"- Bridge. The only response we received is Collins, K. N., 169. ) a clean-sweep upoa'a strict
whn attention him of all dishonorable j in par For Tax Assessor-James Morris party issu&. Rejoice with, IU,}, Mr..Editor, .
motive dem.
; p.
: your memory't yet your was t leavingthe Their claim to this title is a falsehood. Theyare the following from Tuesday's Sentinel: .
Krected to i it,'you conld'not fail to remember I Democracy, placing tho change to the 232; Geo. \V. Blackburn, dem. 76 ; John! that from.this time, Whiggery, Know'Nothngism .- .
of" the reluctance with which at in fact the foreign party, for all their BARBACUE NE.VT SATt ) '.-The American and other of
jr. *oinething Townsend every specie* opposition
of honest conviction of and if 175.
score an error, ,
tae earnest solicitation of the people of Florida machinery. and their d6gmas are of foreign Party are invited to attend a Barbacue is defunct in Jackson. Let the "Sentinel'"
r of those federal I this be not a satisfactory solution of the matter on next Saturday ((13th instant,).on the Ock- County Commissioners d--Rob't. C. ,
; I accepted thehighest origin. They their from:,the and
copy secresy bring out his big guns fire another aafat
of the sacrifices both we have nothing.else to -- locknee river, nearVhiddon'. Bridge,for the Hurst J. R Tucker.R. D. Johnson and G.
offi2es'6omthfng say.
.
4 pecuniary set them the Jacobins of trance "
': and personal, ,nth"'bicn I discharged -;. examples by jurpose of ratifying 4nd'ldopting.. the Philalelphia W. Whitfield. for the Gallant Whig of Jack.oo. I

-,- 1' the official duties of that office, and something 1 lUassachnseUFour -their religious proscription is the Orange. Platform. All persons friendly to William H. Andrews i ,. anti-Know Nothing, ANTI. '
ism of Ireland to American soil hat are invited, and all persons who M -Mi M HM*'
of the ingratitude with which those sacrificerwererfleceiTed transplanted party
tickets are in the field in Massachusetts was elected Sheriff without opposition.
Barbacue lndlCitJCSS. '
f1. by -Administration of -their exclusion of men from office on 'account may wish to partake of the TEXAS ELECTtO'fI.-The' majority for
for Governor; viz: 'The regular Democratic .proceedings, are invited to do so. Pease, (Dem.) for Governor; is.7,237 ; for I
)Irit,1Van Burea- and,by a few only of the I of birth is derived from the Aristocra. County Electlotb .
headed Beach fusion the members of the and- all funnels Dem. for Lieut Governor
citizens of Florida and suffered the by ; Republican All party persons ( ) ; 3,2501 1
imputations contained'in; yet the you editorial to ," headed by UofckweB { straight Whig, cies of Europe, with whom birth is of more "liendly to its principles in Middle Florida are ON COU, Ty.-In this ,county Toy Against the.U..S. Congress" 'Debt. 'Bfll, 1,474 ,
A ; gofordtf than merit. Talk of such invited attend. D is elected and Mcln- Hon. P. H.B n', Dera.
'
Assemblyman
consequence a particularly to ( m.,) ,majority. ( ) majority i
tbd to refrain unqualified and uncontradicted. beaded by WaHey, and the Know Nothing,
e-ip My assertion was therefore uei-. with Gardner'as their candidate. The Know party being American," and those who oppose This is sufficiently significant It is as tosh, (Dem.,) Judge of Probates, by large for Congre, is I 5,948. Hon.. Matt'Ward'sDew.
fhie Know Clerk Shariff also'for Car ia-
majoritie Nothing ,. ( ) majority, Congress,, so ,
It it is like thief "
ther inexcusable. was a as foreigners, crying
; nor democrats
an..outr&ge went into the fusion much as to -you may partake '
Nothings at first mon say and Tax Assessor and Collector are elec 28. The counties Orange and Jeffersonare
.: jnistakc. of .fS.c an. erroneous.statement nn- ""* to divert attention from'the real culprit. Try the .
and witness
of the Barb
fih"the'expectD.t cue proceedings
: ment of having Gov. yet to hear from,*though one paper pea
just to which I gladly correct. It: remains ted.Sr.
: ,'sir you; to be seen whether you have the Gardner re-nominated, but being set aside, your hand again, Mr. Sentinel. ," but you can't be heard They are JOHNS.-R G.. Mays, (Dem.,) Assemblyman what purports be 'the entire vote, making"

.: magnanimity to make to me that atonemenf they called &'Aother'eom'entiorfnnd made him afraid of (reo discussion-this American ,., opposition, and Judge Hum Ward's majdrity,230.Ekclioii. _

,, : which 1 have here rendered to:rout their candidate. 'Gardner was present and Know Nothing Movements Party." Free discussion has proved their phreys re-elected Judge ofProbatei. _. The I -I.-Hartford I.'I Tuead.llf'.OcL LConJ2e4iki&
Democratic ticket elected.
whole *
: ..,.:; (Signed):.> tL. .K- CALL.. made a speech accepting the nomination, in STATE' COUNCIL OP GEORGIA.-We beg I overthrow everywhere and they won't trust COLUMBIA. COCJSTY.- -W. \. Ives, Esq.' ,is" 4, ,1855."In the 123.towns',heard frcaa .,
; leave to make the the
I eGeralIuinfall.inLoa, alight inac which he said he was an anti-slavery man, suggestion to authorities it here. supposed to be elected Assemblyman-and 8: [ho, electioa has resulted by large majority
of the State Council of Georgia that Con- ___
a .
.-, ., curacyinqu9tingourlangiage.! We did not and would, in public and private, do all he vention DC immediately called to take action L. Niblack, Judge of Probates, S..Scarborough in,(i ror of the-Know t Nothing :Tprppositioa'to!
America Feeding Europe.From rr lecO Clerk. .-vPCTXAM .amend,the;Constitution-by'.reqttiring aQ.dt. -
jc1 characterize hia allusion to us as a gross and. could, as long AS he lived, to arrest the aggression in reference to tho present condition and future Teasdale is torsiereaftec to be able'Co read the CoostitttWtion <

43 inexeosaWe pert n!!outrage" but as a.gross of the slave power." This is the report movements shall of the Order. In default of ,[" the London Mercantile directed Gazette to' AmericaTwelve Sepl.16.,]- lected Judge CorNTV-r-H-of Probate,J./B. Brown,Sheriff o- .and'Statutes. One huadrtd and t.nty-..
that All
!::i t' and Inexcusable' personal: attack..' The difference as given in the Boston Post of the 5th merican, we Party propos of Georgia a convention in this city of,tho on the A- French eyes are buyers now went out by last week's and J. C. McMillan Cleric. ., i' :three towns give-aa sWt..bf-15.W iia '

however the .terms, u immaterial. inst. -As between Gardner and the fusion candidate .. ( favor tod 0, l.gait&rooc11:1iI!: c',
in 22d day February 1856, for the purpose steamer, and large orders have gone from MADISON CfiTjjrTT.--S. Bf Sessions'Is e '

;3 The retraction which he make U the main' it is'a matter, of small. concern fo'the of a thorough re-organization for the.Presi- England for Breadstuffr, no that we shall soon lected Clerk, G. \. T.'Brinaen, Judge. of Probate .. towns,. .in.. the.State. l .'' 1 ... :. I.
;i South which beats tho other. The fusion dentin! know whether the boasting accounts of their ;lt. / Y_ '
thing,'a.nd-'e accept that as altogether party campaign. John H. Patterson) Sheriff. ,. Thomas i : .NnD'Yor :w! i' .' "

i dent ana.'&fsi& t iy. 'With' respect to him- cannot..possibly be worse than the Know The above is from the Macon Citizen, the crops can bo substantiated: Langfordj; Tax Assessor and<.Collector,Thom:;: '1fk..q t" 4metb- '4 Wb, --,'ccs. (

.clf.Ve 'jregreti most sincerely, that he per. Nothings, as their late infamous legislature leading K. N. Organ in Georgia. It not'on-I Come, and welcome, says the New York, i as C. Rybon,' Coroner .Gi;Lanier, Surveyor '. to fusion was bfW (o-mjatoiw.

4'- ? fcwisin/egarding.th allusions we have made proves. ly shows that the present condition"of the I Express. :" We have plenty and to spare.- ,J. W. Anderson, A.'...Lea, B,Suitor* and 1 Hall! ,.'.a" t.I'd.. _,L' ,c.iz; .".

to his political .course as"a wanton assault. The Sentinel aays thai 1e.big and Democratic order requires immediate. attention, but that I We are shipping flour and corn largely for Dr. A. Dotier; Commissioners.fc .- sbongiy.sq. presided.: .denunciatory An. florets of. riwtaba waa. MTa.. oe.-. .IJIIII'ri'.. I&

j upon his character" ''a stain artfully spught i ito parties were both "absorbed" into the some solicitation. is felt as to its" future movements ,I porno time past, an4 are prepared to execute .Whig,.principles and',a-.fnaio wi Ath..IcVafling :t

;: be affixed'fo his reputation"-"that his po. fusion movement. The,e ito(\\l1sQon.; learn *" .ii i I orders in the same Hue of business,.for some BRV1'SWICX. .FLOttinA -A X tt:7: '"tionai! -ti- prganvatipn. nu.,o/..WIG..'-..'Republkaffly ..- ..:.6.

i. litica. liV }b ad b..W1,R r OFpn ed.by. dishonorable that'he Is a.false prophet with respect to'the The 'sign of tho times) indicate that:" a I timeto come, we believe, to 'almost any..ex-. 'I i have' !.seen,a_ .1 letter from, 11.:R. Martin, ,;4, ,'anS"c* .v:and yyyuMa-jy> Hmjjtf .,

: motives," &c. On two'occasion heretofore/ Democrats..MASSACHUSETTS. .. thorough. :re-organization" Will be made'to;' t nt"'so,! send your'buyers'along... President the Ocean. B auk,.New.York- [ A WB 1D'.SutaXJonrKiti... $ '
'J\ ;;'1 : i:thb q .u.r 'I.... -
t- wo distinctly disclaimed anv intention of 1 questioning 4 I suit .the circumstances. ,growing oqt of.the ;4l" WbUelFraioand England, re:casting Judge Hanscll,dated 21 tSepfc W55ytowhj h ;. ...1CtY.. .." ':, j I } -r.1.. rUt) ..;

4 ; Ws. motives: withdrawing.from,. the Wmoa. The ""straight k'thorough" rout of the party ntho. SfUstate& their,.wealth,in Russian, war par farmersare he says, I hate'had'a' steady eye'through'the' {r 'I". ,It. L1 ,. f .r '

Democratic,.party, and.*ithere, has a wGrcl or :Wh g ",of Massachusetts met in convention! They have already come down' likely: ,to get.::rich, this;'winter, from the paatyear" to i me* 3'.great work" "," jWitjb! !'Vajhou illil'J.T*:interviews 'R. irT- -, V .',.Jr b ,. ...1a. '..".,.Ii.\\\ .
: 1 a line, iroppod: from,mir.:pen which II anscep. .75ost.ong.bn.edpeadaythe 3dmat. and amazingly relative to. Catholic' proscription, large :demands, upon us for':'Breadstdfftto; .&.c..and.up very-encouraging sign men; "k' ) .. ,
.t'1I ,
S tible of a contrary eonatraction, we withdraw:: nominated S,.fL Vmlloy/ .for Governor,;.who and before' six. months are passed'they wiE 'make' uS] for all short.,crops! LnvEDgUttd and presented itself until ithitt the.put ten day*. th iciW.t1la? atbIng 14&3 party I ':G" 'CtY'.1(

'4 it witib the utmost- ethdne4 'Certaint:wetoour jiM .accepted 'the. nomination Mr. Walley protest ,that adopted, ,:citizens. are',not,obnox the, '-Continent. ." tOur ah'ips. .,. too' ,.'w&t, '.hare-. And now I-say,'and! you'cab: announee U to .orStaJ! it, ]r. i" .. ;

are.fitf. iru 'f ,, purpose'be u's'> member" 'of the last Congress, and ions .to. the "American .creed., Mark leprediction. nay+TC now chariag; ,.the profits$ in the shape whom you please,'that 1b'Ro wUI be built, 'J .. .. I' .IU'CllnI "" .

erm -eouslJj- -Ill.:..L thii. bas. been the case::. ,*4poke 'earnestly" and e eloquently' 1. says the' The days of huaibnggery .art bf adanced and advancing.freights.",-\ and. ,out to;,the' 'gatiila. !. .RlTe. 'f1.1. :'.this, ,, comingwinter. .tw'rt.. ." .1' ./\ee"=1- C1 / ft1'. ..
tJ ,
.. hla... Boston ri Adcertuerf (whig,) "againsi tho. Nebraska with Know -a- "" 1. I rd' ..,
db Jt&iD' to putatonr . over Nod&ngism. Ji t 1'h e hat 5 raparohajie6manythings'ioce -
.
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so i1 ( ,. ElectsonSi Louis' Ootr. 3.: :; 0 ,Jt _li&_ ,.,. i.
m .
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voted i it Kansas
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.lot.1.'ig1.te'that1Mb "hiJ "'JJoIftJcalgb ,. 1 ll1 :ana against steadily in i i I -i-*m i _'ahip11and the EagiDeer ., '" f. : tf'ft

Ql't i .t l1"' ;'ioCb187, ,.Wtv all forma from .beginning to end.!" The 1esknjchfthCohmtiofl /The Sentinel sap Mn'Condry! the,defeated W; bare'dates' to theM insi. ) Returns from .with some band; hast wte.oi, aad,ilthin.20.ai.at.rvtpathkWat Co) i11ae tmpoJtsao MelbQaa .".::1.r.1.

\ lir. ,. larem 'l" r' ,, breath candidate for the Hooib;iri Gidsden, three:countiet !ihor a btavy4yotafbrWhhVpro : tsi 8ti'i during ib.. ...,1. :
\ir& patrioticJ ,
.
It r ) 1 _i J'diicUimerf, rnadf in : '
.' 1. .' : h' .' fl ld( il&vel'fr for Congre Th.ShawneebdiW'u O ,

t* CiYILtt{' t : 'Jj! ,. ;.t&na' "u.r".1IL.me '-1 -ftf'.U'r,.,: .I M e't"'j"h.I >ti, J'A etr ,t ran"v f1.pnte 1pdep4ep\. Wh'fe. **ntIjbat1es'"' yv"-. } .ed the pro sIzertikeL The ik iD.Ii .nr'f cl 'r thtt\i 'i.j.L-ft1sWriA. ".. ...n2Jft. W r :Ia1 lIIJ ')

Juat1 Jcb t.iThH } "Jf'\-e D ,''Ii, ta ._.,P'- not. ( ._. u -. "ofth 1" '' .Know, ., ...rJptiingi.yTbi : ,.ntrr W 'llo .ctMaflt RmJo for 1 ': U '1 -1 :t Ik !
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4 but if* I >.Wl fojpriM the.people of.Gdsden-M, .-AVhitfield. In Leaven worth mntYWhitS W fi : 1
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.: : qf mt1.oL'{Bad' tiwri, beIn-a: nbri'etweebZfa ODdry'hkn.and!the .-'.- Mt- ,. idea*, had 800;and Reader 200.\ At.Wilbw Spring: 3.Wt o.u 1 .T !L-"riH-T3-'U' It
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and at one Agency owl WUaai1eyiiizXiuvsH1. Gtnts .ape.rior Moleskin : : '< _
from: thc.Pacific'n mail. oroefarther October.U;,1858. 4l2w ; Tor Freight Pitssa AppTy [ S.. S ? SDk r .. SS ". AKEtLllm&jGi o .'&d-1bo1' !carcIiiIIW
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disaster- 'at'Ssbarfopol' .aflit. a teiegrai. des- PORT'OF STARRIVED..- MARKS. TanviueeFeznaIc: Academy. Boysbecuol: hat ".. :,. f, 'S meads to puYCbaMT$ In (Iink1Pg JUsj' _
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for tl ntion ofJL s wanted ehetIp. a*
Russia rpBIS JostHctkn is now open ree elea in ocr HIM M
ssying.that 'a FNM4c .rzwebat
palch.to.the King.of Prussia and will continued under the SapeTtetendence S 1 booM liToR welmsy.woabsa4
Orleam. -
popila tmna
New S a. an'1
Oct 5.Sebr Hita ) ;Simpkina _
defeat of Wii. Btowir* assisted by hb dmnghter Black cloth tips. S and wiU M daily teeev..s 7Dk: l1:" ftIIose
r1mde'peace aflera '6.Wm.: R. Pettii. Faucett New Orleanvy. inq a- *' mae Military :. ., .
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S .BaoWiraha*lautlh*ad vantage of many yean for !, every diseription of goads, iiw _
'Crimea the Ill? bolow Pert Lon. PlantaWnJhiJ.
says rantine of
from the Also Urge.assortment
Despatched : York. '. experience as a teacher of females and will give strict a Silk, latest ,L3.;I:8N'I'Uk..f&
Lark Asa Fish Wolte New WILS0NObtibcI' _
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7. DAVID
tale
that the greater part.ol the southern fortificar I 8. BorkKH. OamWe Powell New York.18 days.Was d tmdmded aUectwa to the adtabcemeut.of his pu by 18 '1856.' : .'.. t' Cashmem, M"" 'w-L..n.q. 5
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I' by.the'RIi8iAl5 have,been becalmek for 6 day and 18 hour off the double -'t. tics and eolnra, ?;
tioo left standing well known to the pubt'e, Straw TJoowW*tWlUMt it/U. _
and
headed Shot Levi where be counted 6 .tMelathorc Cut JOKK KDtCoacr Leon Circuit Court. Silk' .. $
-, q, blown by the Allies.. Russians began ,to tM'N. W.of I;. will have. ,clnrg* of the French Classea. Mrs. H. In Cbanery-n Bonnet Eibbon;new aid l**UnA. ___

GEORGIA -ERECT !! up in small groups among to CLEARED Btowjr'teacher itt Music David BarrowtCompIamant,)) Satin and TaMe'R>lbot) .. V-. S: _
make their appearance 'i'.rms the heretofore. va.' Black aod cnltfvd.1MtN Yc&a.Ripoletsandilantflla : S
Oct.8. Schr. W;H. Haszard. Saunders, fur New same as Adm's'l .
A Democratic and jbiti-Ktune Nothing Governor the ruins of the town York, with 601 bales cotton 26 eases tobaeo. IOU I l. A.kL0NC.Pricfeat R HAYWOOd; Iuben.V. Harrison, V > s '
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elected by lie PtoplfSix Democratic General Pelissier's )latest despatch says :- bUa.ap'.turp ntk e.S bales wool 20 carriage spriuga THO. BALTZELL, R A.SHINE, uf Richard :Uarruoa, dw'ed Embroidered linen cambric; S. f" 4
j FoatNebl..a
Defendant.
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< :'and'' An&Kno- Nothing member* ojCongrest We'are beginning to occupy the town of Se. l2"hi4nand2anehors.VESSELS D. C. ILSON. C. E.DYKE.Tmltrt.. virtue of"a- Decree rendered in slid cans.co Col1hes Hair Brnabet ao4 and C omh ,'sssorWd. '

cud of' eight, and a' democratic bosJopol. The material leit by the enemy is IN PORT, Wolfe. MILES NASH.Octobrr B the 27th of September 18W die admigned AJeOrlfod GlrPhy.tM. '
Rsb 413.Come *
anti'knov' 'nothing majority _in the LegiZaofOonjabzUot even more exteniive than at first anticipa.ted. :Barla K-R.H.Gamble.,' Pow.hIAsa Sawyer;; Mystic.F.k Brig 13., 1853. will cell to the higbwt bidder for cash at tb. Court FrflJeb.ftIt EnU.b.PttI t.it.6tw. ( '' ..
Brigs i Remington th first Monday t
lIooM ioU Tallahassee on *
City AewriidII4i'hLiufii.
tin All! !
Sampson MarevSvhra. One Come de cribed 'Lands S Ii
I iti December, 1846, U>< following Russia and Thrd'ye Diatee. '
that 1200 oi 1tt;. Faucett Eliza Fi-k, Simkine; .
Another despatch guns W. R: ; : 1
THB says -
STATE
GOD &LBS THE .EXPIRE OF examine DAVID 0. WILSON'S large and vii: Table Damask. Bo'wni4 Blesded
Nobly hu she responded to the large calibre have been captured,besides 4000 Emma. Murray. I AND selected stock of Roods purchased by himself : The W of the S Wi of Section 3. .Mp 2, Bleached and Drowft.Done.6aaactb&Ouz&ureanJ

SOUTH! of smaller calibre, sixty thousand cannon consisting not only of the realities of life, but also Range 1. List; tae W T of 3 W 4 of Sec. 1,Township B.I.Thkitig, .7 (. i T

c&lUf her sister Virginia. Let the cannon balls and a great amount of gun-powder and OBITU ARY. I those article well adapted to please all not only in 2. Range 1, East; Lb. E ) of N E }. Section 2, *A-pood Mwntmeflt ?'lnil4.. L G s C

teU forth the victory her-patriotic eons have other, material of war. Died at her home in Quincy,Florida at 1 i o'clock,, quality andfetylea, but n prices. This stock n not only Township 2. Range 1. East; the 8 E $ of 8 K J of Fuolll Ctfc'UU'rt and.t' *";;. Peacai '
detach. I lanre. but selected particularly for the Florida markets Section Township 2.Rsnge1.EiuttheEofSESn4Tuwe.hipt.Bsnge1Zaat Envelopes and'Wafcn,'**. At" .
won over those who would carry America A dispatch from Venus says that a on the morning of September 25th, 1855. Mrs. SUSAN which he feels assured b. will be able to s<.!ll as ; sll of Scc- Large 'aaortm nt.ot'Oet: > andDojs&.s

the dark days of error and intolerance. ment of French troops entered the place on J. E. LITTLE, io the 30th year of her age low, not only for cash and the produce of the country LionbOTuwn.iJdpzRaogelEaattbe N W -I and made S Clo'big' ,fthWst3pt *. .

back to BLEM.uKltl the I4ta ult., found the streets full of ruins She was a native of Columbia, S.C. and the ad"r but also to those wishing to purchase we would advise 8 acre in the N W i of the 8 W 4 of Section ll, Oenta Calf BUOtJL Slou.. trogmt tpdCJpdi

Again we savGon and baricaded throughout. The obstacles at ted daughter of Robert L. and Julia E. Edmonds, in call ad see these splendid Township 2. Range I,East; aU of tbe W i and the Gltm. S 1-\

be Glace Clime Satin Plaid and striped W JpftbeNEiandtbe:WJ of 8 S E$,of Section BysSboesofah1kinds :' S -
about to removed '
October 9. the entrance.of the port were with whom she removed to Florida.In Solid and Plaid Brocades 15, TownsbipS, Range l,.iist; the.N -i of Section 'Ladiet Kid Slip'perf,whit sod Utak. "-I

From the Macon Telegraph, to admit of the entrance of ships.A the jear 1S44 she was joined in mairiage witlRubcrt Gro de Rhines and Black Silks, of all prices and 18, Township Range lEast ; the E i,of the N W. welt B ktne S ""'.' "*; .

The Yictory. report from Sebsstopol says that when E. Little, M. D. a native of Kentucky deceaa qualities i of Section 22, Towunip 1, North of Range 2, East; 44 Vlack and browrrljMttnjf GurUft. .. ",,' -.'.."

the Russians saw that the French were masters juKteeven Black and colored Velvets, tH the 8 W i of the S E i.audtheS W J of the S. W lof I. .. F'om I. 5555, fI" S Ssa

The Editor of thl paper, having been ab- blew the Redan. years ago. Solid and plaid Cashmeres and Merinoes, Section 36. Township 2. North of Range 2, East ; Ms Ties

trom hi* pest far the last week, has only of the MaliikofT they. up had These years of xriJowhood she pawed at the born Soil plaid, and figured Delaiues the W ) of the 8 W J,'and the W of the S E J,of S. .XWf Shots, hlgbnd 1o.w 1. t S

arrived tal At home in time t6 pitch the tune, All the Towers were mined but they no of her adoption, and since the death of Mr. Edniondt Embroidered, plaid and black Alpaccu Section 3, Township 1. Range 2, North and East; thE O.nts half Shoes, :t. &

it to his Democratic friends and re.d- time to blow up the Malabo her position in the family has beeu of such leading and Black Bombazines, of theN E i. and the SEt of the N E J of Setiou .a Sflk.Huit 55 5 -;!

luring and the cho- It was rumored that Gortschaknff re. importancethat while unexpectedly bereft Spanish and Mohair Debaigcs. Township 1, Range 3, North fcn<| East-containinr fine Cassiroere Bats, Sa
sri to take op.'he'refr ''in prolong from St. Petersburg to evacuate acceptable Indies black and colored Italian cloak cloths about 2,123 known the Harrow Lan
ros of Victory tiU.it be heard on every moan- ceived orders their allow. of her endeared presence, they are also deprived Black and colored anti silk Talmas, .BAKER, Italian CrntiaDd & : S

Lain and in every valley Georgia. It was a the Crimea on condition of being of her almost necessary counsels and care. English l pln bed Talmas S Special Hotter. in Chunttty. S, Silk Swck",dd'neck Tw, :

gallant fight, and -splendid triuni|>lk The ed by 'Marshal Pelissier to quit the North Her sickness was short and exceedingly painful, Dotted and embroidered lace Voile, Octobor 13,1855. 4M
rooted horse fol and dragoons forts with arms, baggage, &c. obstinately resisting remedies supplied and administered Solid. plaid and figured Bareges, r. and Cvllars. : .
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nemyare ', General Bosquet was wounded, but not se and email Back! and colored Shalleys, Great Land Sales. All.of which we will sell a.Tow' &a'f l'bo. b ,
the of the wounded are mingled with with affectionate solicitude, affording .
groans_ Welch Sitk and guaze Flannels Town either for ea'b' r.a pt"\l'fe cttdlt" .
the lively, notes of our exultant trumpets V! e riously.A opportunity (conversation. or reflection; but enough Red and yellow Flannels. I N pursuance of a decree in Chancery th* undersigned September 22. 1855: "S3 '
that as soon as I will offer for sale at the times _
the of the letter from Warsaw says how well it that in Flannels of all colors. andJIAeeA 5 S
bodUt.of the fead choke up passes of these however, to prove was Opera of million 55 .
received of herein designated upwards a 1S4$.:
Marshal Paskiewitsch intelligence English and Erench embroidered bends lit ChanerryforGdidin: Co:, .tl. Ot 1\of'Dt,
mountains-and artiHery, baggage wagons. life and health she bad chosen that good part which besides lots in the City of Apalachks.la and in the '
he despatched his Lace and linen C. Handkerchiefs, > .
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banners,'arid_all the various trophies of battle the iIl of the MalakofT Sevastopol.It could not be taken away from her. I mb'd Collars Handkerchiefs antI Unrlersleeres, Town of Newport, Florida the M-operty of the APALACHICOLA Samuel Adaiitistrarors B.Love. orWDi.'F and J mea-bead Bruce of, "1( Bill for,
hand in numbers aid.de camp, Demidoff, to herself that it LAND COMPANY vizt Such
beyond '
into
have fallen our For many years she had so deported Embroidered Chemoisrtte and Collarettes Tartition. .
are to lands Tie in the Cou'ntitf Leon. r 1. .
computation. The majoriJes are unprecedented is certain that many more troops seemed' only necessary for her to make an open profession Blue, brown and green Veil Bareges, portion Wakulla of and uai.l Gad rl"n.as will be offered in Tnllnhassee Robert O. Lestet J .. IB

in the history of the State, and it is not be sent to the Crimea. Christ._This she did about two years ago. Black love Veils < on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER next; virtue of a Decree rrnjfrtd' in pa.' ea**, CId
his apologies TLread Cotton and Linen Laces.
the Know The King of Naples has sent which lies in Franklin Cnuutv will be the 4th of.October. 18 5.tie oadfinig edCntuuiissinnera ,
doubted that organisation
to be Nothing insuIt.Mazini's ?. and has ever since been a consistent and growing Cambric and Swis edgings and Insertions)' and that part ,S day -
has received eternal In Geor to England and France for recent useful offered! at Apalachicola on the FIRST MONDAY INJANUARY. will proceed toseljoa the fi itIpd
an quietus Christian, as well as an endeared and highly Bobinet.and Marital Laces, I'I '
revolutionary manifesto the Neapolitans .1856. These lands lie 00 tbe Gulf Coast in Korember next before tLe Court Bou.e doc uth. .'
gia. It hat been buried in.a fathomless grave, has been puhlished. member of the Quincy Presbyterian Church. Her Colored Merinoes, extend from the St.Marks to the Apalncbicola mver.1. Town of Qainry. at public ouiciy, to the higheatd 'S
and Dress
Curtain Calicoes
where the hand of resurrection will! never I and unassuming and said I sTribed lands Trng fn the Cow>-
excitement prevailed manner everywhere was quiet ; Curtains and include the Islands on coast r'. the followirie ;

reach it, and it only' remains for the people to At Paris considerable of bread. her off.cce, timely graceful and efficient At her White Jimbrtudertd, black cud Lace slate hosiery. The ttr.ns will be onthird cash, the remltin.loll ty of Oa'Udru, adjoiuing the town of Quincy, to-vtt: '.s

jaiae a uonutneut! to its memory inscribed in regard to the high prices of Kars home,and connected with the Church. are left many Whit aid black silk houiery in equal instalments of one and two years, with iuter. the South-east i, of Section !; East { of TTctth west .
The Turks still hold possession of sale.' Section 8 South-west: I*>f Section S K'Vth eat
with such devices as'wi 1 assure posterity of I Ladi. Oejits black and col'd Kid Gloves, eat from day i of ; ;
wicked aims, and having repulsed the Russians on the 7th of and 'ting memorials of her tasteful arrangement Misaea:colored Kid Gloves, For property purchased at these sales, the scrip of 4 of Sector! 7 ; Swith-cn jof Section 7; hjtowa. r

ill absurd-pretensions.- August with considerable loss. The Russians and benevolent care. Ladies and OenU buck aDd Kid Gauntlets, the Apalachicola Land Company, owned by StockhoM ship 2, North if Kiligc 3, West containing atoUt'to r :I
its disastrous (ate. It has pe ished with vain their ,will' be received in -T .p
j at the latest accounts were retiring to Ene.I And although a re'alizngfaith must come at length! October 13, 1855. 41Potatoes -n' >r assignee paymentat Acres. .
words its and now belongs value. One third cash .hIt't f ftofDm
boasting upon lips, her its relative Ttnn ofBoJr- in .
for ,
to elf sh regard unspeakable gain we -T-------
this roum. an ot' JOHN BEARD. Receiver Ac &c. annual iostalmenta theftaftrr..b.i
exclusively histoi v. And so God save Onions dcr in two equal
Commonwealth and so perish all foes I can bnt listen now, and tearfullyax to a harp unstrung Apples. July 14,1855 tf-28 secured bv the bond of th.purchaser bearipf ,eJtht'

gocxoId How THBV KEEP THEM.-The following whose tones still vibrate on the ear of memory. But AFEBBLS.. EACH. landing from Mystic and ty The Sales aboTe mentioned are postponed until per cent:tnere t from the day f a1elth', a te rV',n
civil and religious liberty McNA UGHT A ORMOND. J. "*Vl"'
to. tone is that which tells of her faithin further Doli e. tLe preriota pnreJvtfei' -
in of the most precious gage upon
: of Election News we dialogue actually took place a county October 13 1855. 41 B.BOOWNt.f.J' :
A brief stammafy ap Newport The Florida Sentinel "Waknlla Times. an,l the flENRT
pend'hereto.In this district. We havethe names of the parties Jesus-the key note of that eternal song she joinsto Apalachieola* Commercial Advertiser will publish till {*arOD] JOHN W.COW ART. S

: 103 counties heard from Johnson's majority in our office, but suppress them. A gentleman sing in Heaven. Tobacco. notified to disc ntiDue. t\1L J.AT. WATER, SS ,

over Andrews is 9,485. In thexrountiea who had joined one of the lodges in tlit We pak of the realms of thc blest,- assortment of various approved brands- S Courm lli

of thai But what must it be to be there/" AFINB NEW GB.OCERIES : __ 4 heard from, Orerby'a'\"ota is 5.1 5., couuty, wrote the presiding officer them Bob"Stewart's' Walker's- Anchor i Octobe.r6,1835t5 r, ,

Johnson's repOM d'majorities wer'both' Andrews lodge, aod stated that he desired to with. "And I heard a voice from heaven,saying onto t&eWrite Jockey Clno-and Rough and Readv. Also,a few ca FRESH AnnrvALs FEK REMI CTO:" J'Jt01l S. Notice. '. ;;'1'THEfirm .i.ic
blessed tLc dead which die in the Lord sea 805 brands. Lauding from brig Mystic and for
&nd.Overby 3640. In the 9 counties draw. are sale by McNAUGHT A ORMOND. NEW YORK. of T.H.CroHow A Dters li'b.a '

remaining to be heard from,10hIlSn'S majority Why do you wish to withdraw f asked from henceforth: Yea saith the Spirit,that they may Newport October 13, 1855. 41 received, and we now bare in store one ol the !by.&be death of Ae kfl'iot' pai11ft ai .''

over Jenkins was594-and. it is probable the reluctant officer. I want," replied the rest from their labours; and their works do follow JUST Iota of the iulTowiug. articles ever imported the business i i.continued at:the old stand bj CrieHctr. -

that Democratic i gains have been made applicant, to vote for Judge Warner." them. H I Gentlemen's Trimmings. i info this market Fisher 4 Co, who have bought the remaining stock *'
large "
we'li It Cases Claret Wine, belonging to the late firm." All fwrsow Mefcted to''
in alL 44 Oh'well, you need not withdraw," Mrs. S. A. E. PLU MER. wife of the Rev.J. R : U'NPER SHIRTS, of Silk, W. Cotton. &e. I 32 do Old 1825 Pale Sherry, the old firm are reqxmted td efi tddaettlewWitWt Scc

.Jt tolerably certain that Johnson's claar give you permission to vote for Warner. Plummet of the Florida Conference died of Consumption It. I Cast Old Madeira of the surviving partners,as they .dethwM d' '

majority j wfll'be more than four thousand But suppose. I: wish to vote for Johnson ;; in tb '25tl. year of her age. October 7, 1865, at Liuco boaomed Shirts a great variety both plain,Ian 1 Cask Current Wine. 1 elodng u p as tpWedily" pnmbUU *d bome*. .. S.

the what then ?t"- cy and ruffled, I 2 Pipe Pale and Dark Cognac Brandy 1805, J.P.'A-J.K.CIUCflLOW;
while Garnet Andrews will be beaten by the residence of Judge Dupont, in Quincy Fla. Her Shirts -
often thousand votes.Ia 44 Why, in that case would have to Calico cnccked striped 6 Cases of ven- fine Imperial Cognac Brandy September, t66i M r ,...*. ..
you
trifling majority mind had been highly cultivated. She possessed all Heavy Hickory Shirts, 1 Bbl. Cherry Brandy. This Brandy Uateff -5- r ? '

<&_.let Cottgmssionml District Seward withdraw. he christain graces in an eminent degree exhibiting Super Rusk GauutU-ts, popular beverage with all of the Indies, wherever it u PERMANENT LINF. I. .5

(Democrat) re-elected by largely increased Well, if it is all the same to you, I believe those graces in all her intercourse in life public and Buck. Dog Skin. Kid and Cloth Gloves, known,it is a very pleasant drink and wont make .. .1.1I

majorities. I'll withdraw, so that I can vote foi bo"iy Silk Pocket Hdkfc, Linen Cambric do. drunk come. For St.Mark*Hew Jort and Cedar Xeyilfl*
benefits of and
She realized the a pious
private. Shawl Collars Braces, Stocks.
Mn the 2nd, Crawford (Dem.) beats Hawkins whom I wish, without first being fcrced to Travelling 6 Bbla. old Mong Whiskey. I *i7"ESSELS will contfanie ronninr :mrHnrrj-
and affliction,and the in this line that be wanted
life in her severe protracted Indeed every thing can 1 Bbl_ FraT"k P>rrcen or rboUn Wbia&Sy. ftp y1 Y between Slfai sew: Port and Cedar
(K. N.) bY the usual majority. get your permission! saving benefits of Christ's atonement in her triumphant landing from the brig Mystic, and for sale of course 5 :1 Bbl.old Jamaca Rum Keys, Florida, and Cbatldton",daring the winter far S

tn the 3d Trippe. (K. K) is elected by avery What a position for a freeman To be death. All who know her loved her. She baa left a S McNAUGHT 1k ORMOND. f 1 Bt> .St Crolx"Ram.? S the racial benefit of the bo tosri i nd of &he sub.scriber. .

large majaritY-1on..idering the former compelled to bend'the knee to the president for gOOd the minds of Newport, October 1 S..1 865. 41 1 Bbl.Holland Gin, I S W1LLUll w TUno.Char1dtoo.
impression
lasting upon many. .
political compaction 61 l the District. of a council, permistlon to exercise a free 3 Cask Ale in Jogs arid Bottles; OetnbfT,D.L 4OStStolen. l
She has left a deeply afflicted husband and a little Boots and Slitx;*, .
In the 44, Warner (Dem) elected by a man's right !Atlanta Examiner. 2 do Byass Porter, S .- ,
daughter about four.years old to moors their loes. Kid, Jenny L.Buskios,1 ? Dor. Bottles "Farweir extra, Bitters, this is a S

small majority. __ S. P. RICHARDSON. LADIES Tics. morning drink, and we guarantee that it is an infali-. the premise* of the subscriber, three-w. .

fa the 5th Lump n.Dem( ) beats TumblinK. Cotton'Market 44 ** walking Shoes ble remedy or cure for the swell bead. S FROM, a light hey ifinle,rather hf .: wt..'. .

N. about for which let Black doth and at in ,aooMwhat bnwied sheet the hftI1dS *.
( ) by 3,300 "voles- TAT t UUIUU, October 12.185 --Conov-Considerable Corrected Notice. Gaiters S 20.000 Segara,consisting ofe'very qnalHy one ewe
us*U thank God. S Pruoell Buskina, almost every prioau A suitable regard .tb60patltofkde11ta1.t.; m*. ,
inactivity baa attended the transactions io thii 0The: of Florida will meetat Sw will receive lar. wjU -thaBuULr.
Presbytery .Calf In addition to the above, we soon Any pfuriDatioa/eapeciinx lax: rf> IcelV.ed.
the Cbbb Dem fleeted bout
rn 6th. ( ) by article daring the present wek, holders having beet 1 ThoraAsville, OIL on Friday, Novercber 2d, 1865, Booteea : and well assorted Stocks of Groceries,4; Staple'Goods .Dry .., ,, ._ jS.liAXWELL-_ / ,

4000 yoU*. Howdo you like that-Samt unwilling dicpose of their cotton at the prices offered ; Mens kip'pegged Brogans Hats'Gap .'Bootf and Shoes Wl of Which we 1 BeIAir.ptenT:9.. : .185Jw?; r I 7 oclock ff M. HOMER HENDEE, .
at
'athe 7th Florida War Foster K. N. elec- 44 ** .4 termi. isle .,
'reasonable We
..( ). About ZOO bales have been sold at price I lined and B. BrogaM. will dispose of on very every : .
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tc.by. a mfl nThj j rlt. : Stated Clerk. "calf :Boots, body to come and give"oa. a trial. 1 t i .ClothiugjTUST _.I" .
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ranging from 7 f to 8 'ISsewed ;JOHir-i''BROOSlE; .
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In the 8th A.U': Stephens (ahtf.Know'Nothing v sf.t
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few Bale of this article bave beei I 14 ** S ..SRJNE Jr. *
SrA!sL.&cDs--A Boots : p.WioH.1t '
waterproof *
heart, 5001.'l1d'l body) has been elected t WE are authorized to announce Judge A.L' 44 tl mint of FaH 'JCIotJriq. eoosWtof t .
October 185G. .
sold at from 4 G tAt 17|c, The receipts are very light "l'ewedandpegged.boeJl, S 6. .40 BekaotFree1iCeats' /'Black do si's
by a majority closely) approximating. 3000 '. WOODWARD as a candidate for Justice of the Supreme calf Boots, -S < .. .
Boys pegged '' "'T' 'S
vote.* Think- of that, Sam!' Roll it under footing opbnlyl21 Bales for the season. court in place of the Hon.Thomas Douglas deceased. kip pegged lined and B Brogana S S S State of FJorlU. "T Fancy. CtMnmere Costs and" .Pants .
Sa1im -
.t and like it. FBZIGHTB. -Several vessels having recently arrive* ; te. u unbound SGentBf.wcytoiletshipprs S S : 1. I. _.o\ ,
your ngue, tIshov'you efb rti.- .
.t St. Harks,.the faflitiesforbippiag are ample a ... f ; .;. .
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PowersAUen
Brown aDd Bull .
'Iliomas 8ti1eI
,; / ; II' AH.t >fnea t dyl bf I
'Goat and calf .r. '
all pemocraU electedCircuit/ Judge, The I rale vtdktg from f to f toUew 1"ork. Blankets, Plains, Kerseys. Patent leather shoes, .'6'.r., Ddtnn. :;

Messanger.JErtri, elates Bull as 4'Ameri -., BaooxE 4k HEIR Cotton Br T" 2 BALES heavy grey Blankets a. doth top Q Ueii, .' Proclamation by.lm .E.Brooflae, Sfptwaber. Vt; lSs&i9.et: T= ', S-.s5.S: :j..i l !:

So be is Eat he is also a Democrat -., .. 1 do. do. Mackinaw do. Child ancle tie Shoes. --S.. S .
can. tChiJds.and : OOVEHXOK: OF THE STATS AFOBJtSAri NntF D aria WIDt! o h. .in- r s
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It h Lard but.'... even deny Price: of ProVWDI1I'in Orleans, Oct. 3 Bales black and brown Georgia Plaint Misseseolored andBlaek dotli Gaiters ." ,-
mU5t twatd
wpkw. rolled .. VACANT.O(As- S r. f.c .
H.
; Do. Georgia Kerseys Plantation RusseU, S W._ .. .
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the M! (its crumb .from the table.Bufi .- ociate Justice of-.the Jourt by the RECEIVED -- --. --.
faepger Superfine Hour .87* a $7} -Rocky Rook Plain., Wotnans kip pegged Buskins Suprwne r. ;,. i ; ": I ,
's/jur; : ,and Ve.can't: spare him. Ackley and Louisville do. Rwtees.All death of the Hon.Thomas Doiglu'aneIeetiotquupply Ginghams Calimi? BTanlteU. KittrfcGtorffat i .
Extra .-" .. .. 7.75 a 8.00 Ordered be'beld in the '., :! '1 IK'utiickyJensTwteda
Democratic in both S Also anfassortment of.Liosey', plaid and plain of which will be told low by the earn*w hereby to several Ptrfin.( Plaid 'LJbwfi," .r'J.

TbLeguIalore largely Bacon Sides,. .. 12c a 13 Landing from brig Mystic and for sale br DAVID C. WILS0NS counties throu bodt. tltt State" I1 'Monday, the : :. It f' .1 ."

hootog-..-.be .majority on joint balot nearly Shoulders. ... ... IHc a lIt\ McNAUOHT 4 ()RYOND.N'eVpolt October S 13. 18B5. 41 Third day of D eemberproxiffla: < '9fn ; ."* r1._.1 -_ ...' ,c. ... ., ( )

twO'to'tme.: .Here again 'W:muct.be.hard. Hams, .i.'. .... J2 .c a 16 October 13, 18. 41 TheJud.dott.ia the several counties will Cottev.au.' .!- \l ;., 'S .. ......-1 1,1 I tS.

hs rtedt ind.c" rr.ect the Messenger more'than lOJc a I3MesPDrkperbbL Woodw re take due notice hereof and conduct said Eleetioo-,and .. rtn.l.' L rd, .. ... .. ..o. Clothing. r&'C.\ J make returns of the -to the office of thegactcta- B Sbirt .
i. on e.. Jt classes Brownof Barke as a KN. 820.50a 21.00 TUBS. Paed Tabs'PaiW Baeket*,Sha. law fur the ; { ..bL&n
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ry of State in the manner prescribed by ". ; .,: '
CLOTH Frock Coats CEDAR 1. \ :.'i .flb
; also Lo g.aDd.Burnet of Gfynn-also Knight 'Prime 'fl1U7i a : BLACK Sacka and Frocks S Blacking Cotton Line*. Measures election of membergto Qoegm : C"* MLsthde.i1ncL4. _!4. ,- .1. ,'4 _, ,

of LowndeE also Reed of Pctnam-alftoSapp Sugar,. .. . 4 c.a. 8 I Tweeds ... do.;. do. Washboards. For Sale.by R. H. BERRY. In wltn.v.w J.ere'I lini b5TO set my ka "and ;" ."! .AtJ.. -. o ; /' ".1. j-'
3 : October 13, 1865. .. ,41 caused to be affixed the Ureat Seal C.tbSut* .1' ,!
of WfeHfrfcLl AU then gocUecwrv Democratt 'c 27 > Frtnd1 t'rd Cojlart.l :
25 Coats,
f gal a 1 Hunting r
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MToI.asscsp of ftoprhi Done1 kt the' In"f 11a1uethiS .
r Ctfpitnl BlaekEnCtMfai"Lntej ,
or arUUiBqr Nothing J-jd4n.elecU 34 Vests, of various material*, _
Whiskey, .. ... .. 33Jc a doming pudMerses.- An.L JfQ-- 0 w. tGeotJemewa'
# : zvu aay PU L.a.Q. "8 J Ddkerchietl.

Marshal L of- -&Pfltoaro.at t "!d 'Stapler elected'iridin of'Lownde, Rope,.*: ... i'.. .7c'a 9j Pantaloons Superior Dye, of CoaU Tarioaa qualities. DAVID C. WILSON"l>DOW. opening a large as S.. S JAMES E.: BROOl1 ;., .plain ana prinUd In&k'S :'
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In 4ii'iii, CASer.CllowAy was India Bagging; .. 12ca 11$ PifotaudMuhairdo. 57 : of S i S j Gfwern'or.of Florida. Cam brie.and Swiss .. sod Jciiaiifcas. '. '

the.o&ierJjae -both _oti Know Notbings B1a9ketQyer Coats. Jackets, etc, etc. Gents plaid. and fancy, Minim pints, : By the Ooyeroor-A I I _'- F.A"'or 1'1tjlJ ;LbuwfrPHS

1 i for sale '. I. tweed -; S S F. t.VJ"IPZJG fvfi S SS Stamped.coUara aad-E&a&S.Ycr.II.4a.1: I f
To am tJpMli| I ttie-Goverrjor 12 Landing per JTjitic! apd by. U Black cloth aM u.imere .M. ..
Price.lnTallahaueeOct. ". 't AUGHT 4 ORMOND.NewportOctiba13,185. I &ertry Stoll. Patent... Linen. .+ .... ,.ct: ,... .(,_.,ry o .1'f. .
carried six < -
have a -
-we LbcreIect:2 Congreeaiona.Dfitnictsnut : uperfiPe F10'0r,. .. i0.00 a 11 .4. 41-., M.. Solid. ,and.. 'fancy Mf mMf lwe i d-Vests'w .,--'i '; -' *: October 6, 185, .IJU -1 40 :r. 'S411i. ,-" ,4"7. ;11':1'f 1'S
of Jiges-
\ eight-wi' ., .. l.oo.a.i1.) ,12 S ; _'_J 1 'f 'h.'I'' '." iI"., ,.
Extra
of Florida ,
BlackSatia 5 State : 'i ff.
ol"Ii M iocrarc 'by an f fmeue:1MiOritG' j f. \ iBJSpJf; and .Boots. ,.. ; \ VIJIUUC"ana h.. I '..!..,
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'. Bacon Sides,.* ...* 15 c,4' 16 ._ i',U. S 0 44 Cloth frockdri.. coats SENATORIAL 1ELEITION.S r Q It rto1r ; ". T
:..&WI'.. -tb1t\kJ .t1itit"iI18.. !...pow. 14 1ENS. WOMEN'S and BOY'S Shoes and Boots 55 a Tweed aijd"cassim'ert "' ,. . r -... tiiIl Jlr S
'lii-'I -.,. .1. Shoulders, ... .. 13c a \ >. .f S >. .,. --' .-" 'Foi r j';. .*; .:,, S'S .
brt lng, more .:; 15 ca"20I rJlIItic.Yoraale.by': Linen.bosom Shirts\ \ S t i5.1 .
s.tezat.
H&mB .-; V. . }-k-I
eztbzeai(at present II: '' HcN AUGHT 4 ORMOND. It Meriqo.SHrt tfoderabirU >1 I: .
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: L& .;'J'uri.. .,,. .-..J... i c. cl.: .. AVJ Newport October 13i 855. 41I ''. S dk/S:! ,.-t'.d .! S -' S .\ Sa M Ca.. -.or .. to'" ,.
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-- __.: Mesa Vorl ,. ;:, .. ...825.00..A. ; M.OO., I fa OolblrB, 4e, Ac. ", A VACANCY having occurred in the office of u ---

L&testSIlIlU I"J tfce7otp&ii GoTersor.XoUJimijoflly Prime .. ..822.00 a .E ic.uJ'e. '" .OUI., S :. Also a large assortment of common.clothing '. 1 XJL: Stimtor ia the thBeoatorial District by JUST ree.ITtd ISeJa W1IaId from 7. .

I_ save beeTreeied ttn it8wttl1 Sugar,. .-A:I--*,",'. ...i-f ?.- 10-o.< '>12JMoUusetty.i owTPlievNicetieB. of 'Life. Kerseys and Negro Clothiug. -. the reaimatk)045frHB.DavKl ,Proveoeeaa eJectjoa .tJ.t.(5
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t1)ame is .ordered to bOSIsd&
Franklin and Choctow stripes to supply hereby i JUte : :
? : tti tHni 'Or g DJrltf : ... ..... 45'C'fl' JUST'received.'- .per.As;.. "U Green Fees Manchester and Mariners se'rtral eooatiea off aaidl JDJatdet, on Monday_.the BI c1 a..j.1i!1ss .. ,, S .. : l'i1r

.. o ci4QoI'A;. ritiea. add '_ Whiskey . ..48--Ca',. 50 : *.t: Oysters, Gtorgia plains and Kerseys, S fifth day of: Yem erIbere; .o(,the ?dcr4 1i ist;. _".I Y., '_ J .nit 5.

up a; "'J",. ." .f i : ."'Ro pe.J'f"'C.-... &..".) .. ..e.a.... .'. 121 -M Natural.Prea'dPeacbe' '. Quinces,*, j f i Braudy Asparagus Peaches,, >. Marlborough plains, 'S said'election, *.*.,wiHl%. "- SIn ina ** inthe* ,.manaer* *>prcsb,4bylai S IAmB' .t L! abJr' 4.4.i i ii F
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over dre\1'atbVs -far7' 5',. .1 n4i ng.u.u.J_-18AJI i.-. .J84 H4'-? a Pine Apples, .' 'Pears, Jeff: S. R. OsQabor, S 5IAuieyi J T J. Kt.. ..
7 ; For sale vbereof I bar*hereto set tar.band p. ,.
itribQ k : . 454tOta.Iyg to" *bbnt i 3,000; "I i Plums j I i' Plume 8aloftfc ,C .' . .
DAViD'o:WILSON;" S S and'caused to tafiUed, ti 8Q flft1 Jsg whf? 1T9,in.: Strong Democratic '.' A GoTh&LNkttL 4 Cherries,-S -f Durham i French. Mustard'.i&J _. :Oetoberl3,18U. 4L State of Florida-: DOM at.tb*. .Capitol/ *Tail* Ptck 11& .ia\I, ., -' ,.." ",. ..- I IC
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counties are yet iqporae in. Johnson it;er- Currant IJfrup t J j; |Cayenpf.-5 pper.r : .T ". T ". ..-' '..- t--<-- rr*" A haaieethisSthday: ofOctobexAf: ; "i' RoaP l. Mit

tain1ydect JPPfpJ'..iY' f5 000'torTgainV r.Dr..KIADe.t! tU>refltat: of'the:e4 We4t, India Preserves" "iCurrje;Powder" j : ;: '. r ilonneis- uunnci ,. : .. .f I ,. .t i ." JAM1 BROO1U, paziJiA ,. : .l!- .!
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Lirer:Pillowed' tlm Jin. fare several years iJU Capp re Fines., "jMillere.1' ;ictirean1auepeDes ADIE3- .. .,... Ci I GowraDr f'qii&r' b- .. .
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'o ttus Xt' eooe4awoooet. : ----- -
7,000 ter !Extractsassorted r in: : ------
: majdrtty. } orer aetie.J.ott b*<. ;.in : lad trimmed By AQovnor-Attest jl
colcffgrs Banntta t t. ;:5' ;' ':
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hs "TV.C'Inn..4IT -J. j-'tr'fO .r izorhet "' ';' tM p 141eh a JnDDer sa ta JU.b thee kwrthegbifl Nospa1c.il.: .rf i '.-_ 't. ."- ,... ..' ,. ,- S F"J..V .: birSerdary.ftrn I Barr 0 o: 1c arrvj ,. 1 L
ConL1eo thQ.DQw.:. .Nothmg ,& .n. p yeMiul! 1rI TteitT'owderaOtea j I eppernint. ,. t ,.. S .f ,4 I 'i; '-,t,pI".l' L! .- I-. Crsd1i I\ .' r 55S :.. I)
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., ft1Iss&dat alLiIp0au. of Tomatoes, P.,, ', (' ..SS ,1 Sw1utMtznan4 f ; .fI. .r .. ,' .. .ie IlVMlbeti4" ; .- .
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: t&ocratl... Ba ., ,; '.v tt
; : Jeoc7 feellJlJitMcriae 'tJIt taap( ia. sJV String:Ben tPreMITed Oaoger. S. :I i.' ..T'r.. ,. v! ..'' _,11t .-1i : .: 51
vmih :eorg&xt Orfoier QdL ffi: Ilt C t..bI &T 'f (ezps_) It D..trieteo.. JJ 711i
gcs.u useless nostrunj ** Green ., ; l' WIt. tor. o. 1. .
f, 'tJ\l eI orup emJiricaJ Ourpn h..T J' r'J 't.. SfS Cbildreo Jad.Hiasea ,$raw 5- : lt 'I. .-___ -, S t -i ...- ..
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.____, -. .., -bpop t.b, Wlt-tJ* poii system of puffiaf to For w. at thfl1roeer d.w.fmk, 'f. ._. !'- S 'Blfg!- NB.L M4mbet2Uha&- _S "- S -.- -
bS-t.-. --- : -.m & Oonviteed. bown".otb'J' "I 1 -w.. RY. 7J J 111 : S ; .
w.otLober 2XLYIO/a WILSON. t'' iv 'r : u'L.1ide'
: A. 'I For weby Fi'JmS b1a
j.J$ .a the IJL .l..i. L J. 1. .
in.diGata O
JdtoftnPfred1y 41" -
of fK LJTjy Pill*. 11, 5. : 4lv : .1\41. .t.'f h r 111 .
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delicate feel. j -: --5L-; \ tf 13.1,8 .. Mt.S"Oi : Oentre 'jt
w. re-plfr" KMfY'eWt of duty, the.Doctor al1r.hi. 1V7Ftt ; S ; 4 5- ;t n T- ; -t-. : .. .' ,

r te u1iq_. t.jWith ch 'f r.OD I'M:.It.r..of 1ti4 great inedicine. : _fQJ':"' .J''J',no.1ti. llrUg: 1" t ffl1 !; '18h &. pef'A. ii.Pb" '.y ': '- -i_ iW. ,4 .H 1"tj 1i .01 ltIt"xt'

t.d .: ..1.1f"- l'6, 2 EBLi !Foe al.bJi.R.1LBEUY.1I'.5t : :: it' f IJ. : tlJ ,- 11-ht I .. ''J' ::H" '! "71,1r'h ..

w..ktett..1Mi. 4bop Efeiss' lI"t86&; "$" :'t -'f, 41..Iu'; :J iJ uiA S ,..rr...: .t'. ,)117.110.rz; ..tJ. I ; ) d! "r50Oq ""lur'1 1 1
dJiOmik 8IOIJ'il ? 4 $ )..' ; *HJiir? "lA.h.. ; it1'. Zj.* ow'fJi. .tlt'll

: fr'( r. 6Ji.'ltiLAt tfCr' ttfDl : : .B eried OD o D I4r u Dt;.. ;I.I. jart f _I* UJl*', *1, -iK'iA.J'Am. ; pT. .\ ; ai'S.
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j\f .y. aod Wbiak. which __.IJJ.J. & .. ;
Ji. ijidJ ialsdi or. LARGE lot of Bacoo Flour ioC& .0. S Mu.r.I, -

In!, Jq ("f'18 1M 7beIe !.bJi1bU t1J will bo sols low fotcaiJ> by a.B.om HT. .": 't 191.rc.; ..v," .In .1"1' ..; ,1-d''i tTq '.. -. ft...rf1
be from .. '
1ue.b1'1 vote -wl of1lzWtc tober-I"-lUi.- ., -. ,.- 5' '1Dkts p. aiior c h.h4 ,iit,Ii ..wi : ." .. .
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. _-. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. isc6a'.r :'OP, :ThE, AGJ E.FtOFfiSSOR o.plta1at.. SU,Stork*j,Floras.T :1 t r CDTHBERT GEORQIA' :

.JJ J' 40. Art / : THE ANNUAL 'COUROP LECTUEShi.L'this I ,T StJ1.. .mBB& ; WOOD oflTera for'aate a erfeei hlli Jr X aMdireso1utioaofth.FacoUyaodTrnsteesbasbeen 1
. 7La1ua!. and Retail.Dealer. in Department will commence-on MONDAY P ; _. I II l _
4' &* i* toraUve: ,,ty will in.a siofftirne 'rt'Siore' the r thrown into me T rtflJeoianwntinjptetbs Arjtfomdoy / .
. itA DILTJOl ASD MEDICIKES.T*> November 19th, 1855,.and J will!" termbaU jn the ensuing hair whlcVhtB become igrey permaoeotly ,to Ita orig>. I >ROPOSALH will be reeeiwdat this Department in &* *" and .I.."KW Cw iiaiKrjrTDAT .f. tuN b .

, .- ,.' ..hI March. mal color-brings it out wbere it U gone, and arrests XT till the October lfe$ K atI2o'clneknooq, -Thursday after tbe Tounb Babbath m'Juof. tltJ.
; o Jamra Jones M. Dn Professnr of Practice of Medicine.J. it where it is falling ff -cleans the head of the dandruff : for the contraction of .the .Mario Hospital at 8t- *. "* PJIJo. :. ,=.1 fl' r i4J
08f rtTKTKIVrlD'fTnfn- York & full rupplj L. Riddell M. D, Professor"Oaaem '. : the, 'Ao'tr.YY: 10.- 1. 0eDiIIau
Marks Florida seeordhn and .
, a d itcbing. r move all eutaneotis eruptwoo and reaL ; to plan specification T r.- ':' .
.I I bt.-r .*"Mediduw, Panda,;OHs Window- Warren Stone. M. D. Professor of Surgery. :' "' \ 1
t .V '.i' den the Malp perfectly healthy by restoring the sec* proposed by this parttnent I I'I AcoOTrt* A"d. A. u. r UI'of
:i .IA .p uiPu'I ,. 'ttc' : A. IL Cenas M.D,Prt.fewwr of Obstetrics.A. relive organs to their original. vigor and strength,and ''I 'Said Proposals to be either for the bole" B '0-'n English LiterAture and AneimUI3pIC'eL; '... .

t; t.t4. .'. .. .-ALIOi .J. Wedderburn M.Professor Anatomy. t thus 'supply 'nutriment.sad coloring matter to it- ,or separate far the different kinda of. work. Bflla of ReTJ.UJCUDYUL.H. 'Professor. of'.MeoUl. ,2:1 Go.
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: Brand.N Oustavus A. Nolt. M. D, ProfosstH-of MaUna Medics.Thomas doea color the hair bat ia ill .' I phould each bid. with the amoontof : J ,
r i .4 t'M in*. Sulpk Quioine, Farr It pot !ehort p (fect parcels accompany and Moral l Philosophy..Re
J inuQ Ibs.Ep.Mn Salts Hunt M.-D. Professor Phyaiology, aud Pathology. Hair invigorator and Totiio., I each item ;' and the total amount earned out,?The ,.'.'.'Po.'A.M,Professor of Mathematics 1TWw.Ytb ss.4 t.8.

.,.: .' JOrttt GLtuber h To the young who to much admire the beautiful Department reserving the.right to rejccttbe proposals and Natural Science. 'I. sTii- d. r..jJy."ortolhrci. lfur
i; ,500 Galla CaaUT Oil, No. 1. Cornelius Board, S: }! D t'm ooat ra t orso tA-t omy. lock and ringlet. he feels that he will be pardoned,if hereby invited should the interests of the t United diM Ann E.'ALD H, PrineJptl of Pnmair Dotmeetand yearsutaodh kes.s iest .htbma

i I. ;e :00 Lsmp Samuel Chop for M. f he offers the advice suggested by long study and extensive States require iU .Ninetjr per cent. of th.'amount of ; InMttetma i -io-Botanr ad.Frtoek..'. :t J"

A lea NeaUfoot". The rooms Dissectiug will be open on the. "third observations; it.w to discard, all cologne and tIle work done and materials delivered 'aeoortUbg B.B. Lwwwi, Prinopal of.Mu edfI; )$ rtoent. .. b H.1lnl18.
f 500 ;JJnseed Monday in October. stimulating oils for the hair, and keep always upon the contract prices, (said amount to be ascertained! by an Miu E.LFTtaEM AssUtant TeaeMr'io Muuc. 'ra **

1 .00" 4' fttoited.I TIle Faculty are Visiting Physicians and Surgeons toilet, a botte of the restorative occasional use, estimate of an Agent of:.the, Department, appointed Mrs. L. E. GRAJTT and Ml*'K T.'.OAumti OrnaymeDtal.Brancbea. I 1M rptMlII I I t k
c of he attend this ioa4
nnd institution
,;I Kegs No. 1, WbitcRO Lead from( November Charity Hospital. and we can sa&ly predict, that henceforth silver locks for that purpose,) will be paid from,tune:to tune, a* I tresaiog Coagb eaddchag amaded 91th tLi
t! ; to April. and bald heatU 'Will unknown: fur although the the work es.and ten cent be retained until to'th" b1advtagei "IQJ ti-e.
per ,
I 4 Extra The StuJtntf the Professors in their visits projrr : Tbia Institution now present from ,the Lonjt. ,andy an ZWoo4
accompany rose blossom the downy cheek-the dark the completion of the contract and acceptance A If and dt*aJ o6n.ctedColkge'eJi6ee'one ID'J l"-de
t. rir 1O' Pure and free of may upon which few po"4- ? I g DM tip to die,'le.r. few % JIb1-11t
4 60 Zinc Paint expense enjoy extraordinary practicalah'aotageL eye be ever so piercing, and the t*.eth those of pearl the work, Ac, by the Agentstoreaaid.: !'e ol'thelrgest dlapelilDthe 1 Li'tI1rort aDd TAl' e..lnf' Uta j : eri

t 1000 Ibs. Fire Proof Pw t, There the session about hundred still if the natural fluids be withheld from the hair Contract will be a"ardttd.ooIy to Master Buildersand State;"al1 betesaary.o -bniIdiop and encloaures; r erffd

t 100 Razes Window.Glass, auorted sizes. -A large are ttariog lor eight and in consequence'it becomes first dend and harsh Mechanics, aDd the assignment thereof except by .'iWlwitn Tln rtmpnt' fitted nn in the most Beat andcomfortable Sworn to and subecribedthh QABJUn."JnA_ _. J7.

f : ssortinent_ ofPainter's.materials-Brwbes, &c.D.ILA1ES. persona In 1854 prescribed the number dsily.of patients thirteen thousand then grey or /alls! off, nature will be robbed of more consent of the' Secretary of the Treasury,. ,''will be a stvle,ooder t tbe superiDtendaoce of the bet, 1845, DNBt81 8t.h d. .
was '
hundred and than half its charms; and although it is a sovereign forfeiture of the same. Teacher* themselves; with the domestic department

4. S May 26, 185. .1 one THOMAS ninety-two.HUNT M. D Dean.ew' I remedy for those who are gray aa well as those who Every proposal must be accompanied by a nguarantee under the careful direction of ladie' of experience- ,, a"il i

, -_ -- The Administrators of the ,Hosnitalelect are bald, still all see the propriety of making only signed by two responsible-personscerti( added to'an the ficilitien for a thoratigh eoone of Instruction IT Mrs. CnttD (mUei
Havana : Charity such to the hair and is calcu- tied to be the District District Institution offer It o&Si.gt4!
by
Plan Lottery in fourteen Resident Students au application scalp as so .Attorney or :-which' oy 'similar am ;, west ol Smith)Mys--a bad 0
who annually maintained April.the institution. lated to preserve it both in a perfect nod healthy state. Judge for said District.) in the sum ol $1500. that the will be seen by reference to.our Cataloguethat IL1 attended with a'most dial *
:tV COUNTY ACADEMY are by '
JASPEE From the Editor the Real E bidder will when required if his proposals be both Board and T'uition'ar less than can'be -
September 8, 1856. 36 of tale Adoerliter 27 accepted rates pf do..d me to a mere sVefetdo;i! ,..
jj LOTTERY. Scltool.Strtet.Bosroy. .. enter into a contract and bond with proper and found elsewhere. This i feet in these time of'pecuniary cart of'an able pbysidaa 1
: sufficient securities for its faithful performallce.Pinns pressure'is worthy the consideration of thaN ha,. to'grow (fPwf 1
Savannah Medical College. March 20, 54. worse, and gaupp.a1J
&tcrIlORITY OP TIlE STATE OF GEORGIA.] Specifications aud Working Drawings can mf daughters to educate. At th" 1'.ai .oI j
MACON GEORGIA. THE Third Course of Lectures in this Institution, rn>f. Wood: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely be examined on nnd after the 5th day of September, The Boarding Department Trill be under the direction and nt tot tJiltrwort

: 1. commence on the first Monday iu November quite gray, I was induced some weeks since to 855,and other informs ti.n obtained on application of President Alden and lady nnd of'Prot Caldwell Tar wbi4Mirely Jie m, ID .
restored
: ns LOTTERY i is conducted on the plan of the next. make trial of your hnir restorative. I have. used less to the Department or at the Office of the Collector mid lady. 'With spacious and comfortable. .! dormitories .me l'to perfect health. bJ the. 01111" bottlea.

i: T' Rovnl Lottery of Havaua,of single number-and The Clinical Lectures in Medicine' and Surgery, nt I than two bottles, but the gray -hairs bn.an disappeared at St. Marks. large and- convenient closets, oe* aad elegant [-SiedJ ANN CHILD.

1, drawn at Concert Hall), Macon Oa under the sworn the Savannah Hospital, nnd the College Clinique "ill i ; and although my hair has not fully attained The Proposals must be sent to this Department- furnrtuie, good and 'experienced servant and tables .

'E superintendence of Col.Oca M Logan,and.la"".A. Nis- commence the'15th October. and continue during i its original color yet the process chnuge is gradually dressed to the Secretary of the Treasury (endorsed lurp!hed :with M b st the;market afford; together 'i % 'i': .

.; b-t Esq. .Grand Scheme for October 15.b, 1855, the course. going on, and I have great hopes that in a short time "Proposals for the St. Marks Marine Hospital)and with a wholesome yet-parental discipline, we hope ty or Da. Wa.tux
i: When Prizes amounting to FACULTY: my hair will be AS dark as formerly. I have alto been will be opened at 1 'clock P. M, on the hut day tntm- increase the'liberal patronage with which the Collegehas nicaJue of CfDeianau lIil'
: n'uch gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of ed for receiving the in the of the bidders Although itmay Hem aoprof_,, I feel
Theory and Practice of Medicine-R. D. ARNOLD same. presence hitherto been favored
: $0 0,.c 0 0 111. I). the hair, which'before WAS harsh and dry, and it has if any choose to attend.JAMES F. X. FORSTER. in ed'to tb state t ofCbrles tLat I used Dr.1cen'' Layenrw&I8 1'

: CLASS F. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children ceased to come out as formerly. GUTHRIE, Secretary of Faculty. PULMONARY Wads wbv& qule 10.wi&.la
Respectfully yours, D. C. M. RUFF. of the ONIIUMFrION;wit t1M.
-; : trill be dtitributcd full"CtipitaT. P. M.IoLLocL M. D. Secretary Treasury. August 11, 1853. 32-tJanl effect,after the usual remedies bad1 failed- ,
Principles and Practice of Surgerv-W. G.BCLLOCH, CHICAGO, May 1, 6-1.-1 have used Prot Wood'sHair September 1,1855. 35 :
J.l: 1 Piireof... ..?15.000 !is. ...... 15.000 J I Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevents -_ Notice to Con raetor8. ,[Signed W-UCHRDcs, .

: 1 ..... C.OOOis..... .. &000 M.D.Medical Chemistry-C. W. Wrsr M. D. the hair from coming out, gives it a gloss and softness New Establishment in Tall hasse -
f i 1 .. ....! .c.OOO !......... 4.000 Institution of Medicine E H. MARTIN M. D. very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have OmcE or StAts Exoixin' BUL" V J or The following written from, (

;. t t. 1. ,.' ......_... 3,000 is..... .... 3,000 Anatomy T. HOWARD- M. D. entirely disappeared. Others of my family have used THE Subscribers would respect O&AXUX. MILL, P.0., ST.Jonss flzvzi F A'1 'ky.>-}onr Dr.-Rogers'Liverwort and Tu .
;, "... I-* .. ..;... II-,000"as... .. .. .. ... ...0 O Mate a Medica and Medical Jurisprudence B. it,and concur with mcju pronouncing it all it professesto 84. announce to the'citizens of ACQUIT 20re, 18M.- ) I tatitfaetum in this place. Dr.HOW 4RD Pi-n pJtll e

.: i,; 1. .. ......._. 1.6001s'... .... .. 1.5001lOOis. READ, M. D.Demonstrator. be. HENRY Al CLAm, Michigan Avenue. joining Counties of Tallahassee Florida and the ad PROPOSALS will be receIved. at .thit it, and pronounces it one'the kit tMfk. "I
that SEALED
,, lBf'iv*. .....' .. ... ....... 1.100 of An\tomy-Jos. J. WEST. M. D. CLOCK AND WATCH Georgia they have opened a tbe 20th day Auguat1866, f rconstructing -. B.B.JIAYCIUKT, Thag.
i' 5 ....... 1,000 is. ... ... LOGO Shop on Monroe Street, a-Canal, ith its appendages; -' .
% Fees for the entire Course .. .. .1105 00 rnoF WOO1) ORIENTAL SENATIVC LI UU'T.; two doors below nook necessary ;;r
te 10 : .... ... 5O0i is. .... ... .. 5.000 Matriculation Ticket..5 00 This Liniment in \ valuable auxiliary to the treatment will be at all McDougall's times to do Store, where they. such as Lift Locks,Guard 'Lockii 'Basins, 10"7" ......... ready every description of Lake' the SL Johns :Rive1' distance ty0.. writesDr: TJyerwort
'I : .... ... 200is 2,000 Ample facilities will be funished for the study of of some of the most formidable disease with work in their line. Chronometer Patent Harpey on to IndIan ,. Ecgers' ; :SOd 1 M
Ley.
4 16"M .:. 120i is... .... Duplex of thirteen miles feet authorized the- been
t 1,200 Practical Anatomy. Board can be had at from $4 to which it is our lot to contend; for instance: iuflama er, Cylinder nod Vcrtioal Watches ,3.410 ; by &bLeanrofsa.ehng my ir/ftC.P ..
.. 25 ... .. 100 A..... 2.500 common repairedat General Assembly of the State of ''Florida,.at its.session lure grave II [Signed] 'flR7Wl
?6 week. For further to Lion of the and bowels. nnd the
: t. per particulars apply lungs By a thorough continued shortest notice; also jobs and Clocks of b
50i.. ... 3.500 every of 1854-5 An Act entitled Aa Act .
; 70 .,..... I C. W WEST, M. D., Dean. application of this Liniment over the regions of I description. By strict attention to business by provide .
is. .... ..... they'are .for and of Internal Im- orMa ifnuyumD.
';' t. 33& 1:.".. 25 8,400 August 11, 18315. 3m-S2 the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseases determined "that none ihall : encourage a Liberal .System otDomarkTeanw
t: 23 pproxiroatioo. prizes .. .. 800 __ arc at once disarmed of more than half their terrors N. B. Good work Horso and go away Buggy dissatritfied.for sale at 6 p'rov.ments in this State. Dr. Roge"Liverwort and Tar has .met.with CfaIIf

:,01 Prizes' amounting- to 160,000. Only 10,000 Notice. particularly among children and thousands of moth month's credit. Proposals. will. specify. 'the. amount. for which. -the. sooees A ymttg inano!tiit .place,. .d-- LY-" .,,.
worc will be done, the mode and manner HI which er1.poe 10 be in t1Ie last )
numbers. .Every Prize drawn nt each drawing, and : ers were they allowed to speak would with nil the J C. HALL 4 CO. sag of Cvap/
t( t pl\& when due. in full without deduction Ord'rsatr I A YOUNG man who has piarluatcd) in several eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united March 24, 18)5. tf 12Administrator's payments are to be made whether in land or moneys ,uentI" 1cured by its s.!.t f tsa.dJG I .1

T cty| confidential. Drawings sent to orl(! RPJJUterud JL X Schools iu the Unit-ersity of Va, de-ires a situa. testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children -" or portions of each.. Maps'Profiles and estimatesean DAVID .. WEATH.DDnrI )1
T tiuu in, or to take charge (If a Classical School, or toatt be seen at this office, and information obtained by
'letters at my nek. Bill on all solvent t Banks from the very .jaws of death and restored them Notice. any ,
-. }" at ., .' as private tu'or.! lIe promises to adopt a course to their former health and beauty. Again it will be addressing the undersigned at "Orange Mill Post l Or r Ma. Eo'DR.AK )) t. oi i.t-9:

;' .Whole Tickets f 10; Halves $5: Q-iiitfrs$2 50. of instruction preparatory to any of the college'of our found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is ALL peraons holding claims against the estate of fice, St.John's River;Florida." Proposat. will also. sUtesi-A gentlentao my acquaJnUnce.'.bot.wjj
.: Address JAMES F. WINTER Country. The course of instruction will consist of Ancient ally known KS an Ajr'ie Cake or an enlargement gener.of Buie deceased late Gadsden County be received for constructing a Rail Road oyer:the apparently ;jn tha'/,iaf adage tf CM tm>ft0>r/T(wH
,
3lanagerMacon, Ga. Languages (Gret-k f' (epted.) Modern LanguagesFrpnch the spleen,indeed in all cases where the external are hereby requested to present then tp undersign same ground. F. L..DANCY. restored ta pe.fect iealth-Jby tbc ale of Dr..a.teti'

.;: c September 29. 1855. 33 ( and Spanish.) Mathematics and the usual -I is of service, this Liniment will be found use application ed duly authenticated w ithiu the time prescribed by l la.w State Engineer State of Florida. I I1nnr rl:and. Tar.. The '*. .. f _. __ branches of an English education. It will be his I ful. or this notice will be plead in bar of then recovery,and August 311855. 85-ly a"'ou.r.J' '- "' .: .

t Dissolution of Co-partnership. earnest endeavor to lay that solid ground-work s<> all persona indebted will please settle;the same with -- il _. "(- ..
1 necessary for the superttructure of a thorough college PROF. WOOD'S VEGFTVBLE M.\GIL UfE PILLS. the undersigned. administrators. COTTON.PiAmERISareEEou' : w .i( .1 o/l'8lrOfJ'4IiI of.I J
p rrMIE firm of J. BraeewellA d Co. i is this day di". I education, or for the business walks of life. Special DLl8'Flun.Mav 3053. Prof. O.J. WOOD:-Dear CATHARINE BUIE e. high standing) of Patriot, .
.:, !. X_.:solved by limitation. The Books and Accounts attention will be paid to the moral culture of the Sir-As we have used and seen used for a number JAMES C. EVANS. the sJybyp.oyWieu: Jar twelve

..,' I are-ia the hands of Jofcn F. Broom and Robert Heir, youth committed to his care. Tbe most satisfactory of yews, your Veritable Magic life.Pills: we are prepared September 1,.185!:. __ 35 TALLAII&SSEPLORJDI.o years and dnnng thai time she Eas suffered itl_
who have the sole! authority to settle the affairs and testimonials as to character io, will be given. to recommend them to the public as superior .. _. .: eased ll. whko finallY Ktte JfDtQ' PttLOjAjjy.
". busiut'l ofthe late firm. J. P. BRACEWELL. Rcfermcn-1'J'ofeS6ors Harrison and McGuffey of to all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseases Florida Hotel, 0 CONSUMPTIONIH I I' fJb"eot eUre.1 hi&he,

.; .? JOHN F. BROOM, University of Virginia; Pn of.Win.E. Peters of Emory for which the/ are recommended: MoimcKLLo, JEFFERSON COUNTY. To COTTON Counties PIASTRES in and Fro;Ida tJJurt and oft Qeorgidci i. :, & adjoining ute- at Da..Roaqj'. LinirOU' tm; TAd' '1:1: .

ROBERT HEIR. and Henry College; Mr. William Radford and B. B. Leach, A. B. Pettis B. I). Albro, P.Jacobs, : f .vr ,BB.Wu..sOlf: ,ill. J
1: b S.nU| :.b.r Y6. (22,) ISl 5. 38 Wm. G. CUjtor of Bedford. Address Orin Buzzel, Spencer Suasell, Edward Gilber John TilE undersigned gives notice to the pub UTthe underlined subscribers;return to yon ITI8-APoTIvp-
V WM. w. HARRIS, Albro, Lucien B.Sweet ElLis H. Sweet. John ILtcn- ''I I I ; that be has refitted the Hotel in V V; our'most grateful thanks for'Ike very liberal That ';
Co-partnership Notice. i Monticello, formerly kept by Capt. Newman which baa been bestowed us, through w erfver Dr!-&Snp of,1Jy rWorhndh!
t -- Forest Depot Bedford Va. raft Nathaniel Gilmore,James H.Pine, WUL.Johnson, patronage upon Tar bai"been
,HE nnder'igned have tli 6'day formed a Co-part- September 22, 1855. 38-tf Johnson Williams,G, Lawson, C. Farrar, D. Landers. and will be prepared to receive visitors by 13th your kindness, since .we have,been engaged'Uttae Conga Medicine i p.t trodueedt.. JB supemding:y!"'
) and of BIIOOME PEOF. WOOD Dear Sir and of November. The house is now in thorough repair, Cotton Storage,.Weighing and Selling Business b.this before the public.,, 'J'bia l.rboUl. i
j'4 kipuiKlertb name style --- -- '--'--- :- :Having used, experienced to it. -
..
.. t.: McFraatile b ioea.at tie late ftand of J. P. Bractwoij months after date the unden-igned Exccutotnif, Pills in my family, I will say that as a family medicine guests and boarders. Attached are good stables at our old stand, and ,hope that'odr' duty ra the' I BE WARNED NlSEA ONfr! .'rAnd

a :. at other Hotel in the
full and satisfaction them in several bilious attacks and inflarrmh'ons andI as any country. A discharged as to secure your patronage and infloeaca.ia :
.: -illpijt fU iu rendering perfect ty, deceased will present his necouuts and vouchers share of custom is solicited. constitution, Irritating r threat.,IUDML-_
.. .: to tfao&e ..Lo.may be kiuJ enough to extend ,to us to tLc Judge of Probate for said County,and asked to will saw (that their virtues cannot be too highly appreciated respectfully. 0. BLESS. the future. Very Respectfully tOOn',& HEIR. auu-tATltmgM'that dread diseaComtj vSir

f. ; thc p&Lr oiage.' be disiharjjed.September for in every case they have.speedily triumphed October I eo soothing sod BWiag a remedy eb be obtaiowlJi'Dr.
4 Our ..citifl b e new and large,conH tins of ev ". ROBERT Il GAMBLE. over disease, and hence I feel in duty boundto _Monticello. 28.1854. ly 43 September, 1854. 89 ., Rogers'Syrnpo/L TerYort.aotI Tar. ::-.

I -' thing.qsi/allf.kept iotJie.Grtxff-ry, Staple, Dry toxi. recommend them to all. They operate perfectly Beware
Executor. AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO. Leon County Iron Works, CormtecfdU,mad Basw ftatfH.
B-Kit And and hues. All of producing no sensation, their
Shoe, Hat Cap our goods 29 1855. 29 cay unea:y yet operation '
p we viUxiwpote, ,fon.*c r R in the cttv,fur.Owb or fir the Produce of the in most cases, is necessary tlinn these valuable pills, receive applications for'and make insurance Establishment is.now in full operation. All engraved wrapper around each bottle.Jf :r -
; rouse y, '- ". .* J01J 'F, IHlOOME..S I WM. JVI. LAWTON & CO., to perform a speedy and triumphant cure.Respectfully against loss by Tire, on Brick and Frame Buildings, JL orders will be attended to with promptness,and wholesale Pile!., $and 1 per retail bott1,. vor six boltles-fcr. .j 6cIid

l 7 R. A. SHINE. Jr., SEA I8I.ANU COTTON TACTORS, Yours, &(, Furniture Merchandize tc. all work done with neatness and'dispatch. 113 Chartres by SCOVIL t MEAD. :.
81 beL Conti ana
Be tember 15.(22.) 1865. 88j J. B. SANGER. January 29.1853.1 B. 0. LEWIS. All! kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work St.'toiu-K.Or.
4j .- No.. 13 Southern Wharf, O. J. WOOD dt CO, Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill Circular Saw!Machinery, Sou ACXKTU. *''Soortuot'!Sana to:' boCa

-. *: : A. Oard.CI Ohar1.es'ton., So. ca.W'it. Proprietors 693 Broadway, New York. DR. LEWIS, Shafting Pulleys,Hangers, Plough 'Castings.'Brass all!.orders. apd applications fcr Agencies most be ti

114 Market Street, St.Louis. RESIDENT DENTIST Castings Ac. also Sugar Kettles of size keptconstantly : !1,
'I M. LAWTON K. WAIXWRIGIIT BACOT, ; any IF F9r sale at all the T_ ._
IFS L. BallFFERSttT.enices Drue Stores in ---_
1 .1'4 IT D. H. Ames Tallahassee Fla. hand. All work done in such establish.
.O : '. JobErn T. DILL, WUBOBN LAW TON, Ja. Agent, TALLAHASSEE. FLA.8M. on and at one Agency in Town in the ;'-."rr"
;.i [\ to-tbe'Ladies of Tallahassee August 111855. 4m-32 February 10._ .18M._ -_._ 6 TS now inserting Artificial} Teeth on the I ment will be done by to, with. a particular regard. to'. Aujrnst26. IRAK. every 83 South..thDI I" .
\.' lilvic.initj, to make anJ(trim Bonnet and) Fancy JOHN W. EVANS .1.: new and improved principle, with the strength and dmabiKtjrof "' : .,

Head Dreeecs, and solSnts a liberal share of their Notice.SIX continuous gums from,.one aide to the; Competent_ Workmen always- ia readiness- to put up Notioe.

J3. .. .I, T MONTHS after date, tbe undersigned admin ATTORNEY AT LAW, other, without seam or crack leaving DO place for the I Engines.Terms&will. be liberal, and all work done strictly'for. BROUGHT to Jan in Monticello/Jefffm: C ra'flJ

*inber2J85.' ". 38-2m .) istrator of the estate of H. B. Bradford,deceased BAIMtRIUGK GEO lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly cash orders business firm in this the 20th of Angnst, a stemmm
I : give prompt attention to all business en life like,and restoring the original contour of the face ,or accepted on some named dark' 1
.1Administrator's late of Leon Couuty, will exhibit his final account WILL LEWIS c mllmoa'tn feeton* .
old
Liberal for Iron and
i : Notice.tLpiersonsbAHosd6111811 and vouchers to the MOD. Judge of Probate of Leon to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls place.. prices paid Copper high, and wy that be ''belongs-;to-.-- La&yetti'"

ti A 1 againttho Estate of County, and uk to be discli rged. Decatur, Baker, Daugherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. in Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full Brass.AH letters must"be addressed Cottle of Madison County Jk oft 8 nra. RIvef.

James; M4L1Tri5.late, of Gadsden Couuty, de- EDWARD BRADFORD Administrator. February 17, 1855. 7 tf Setts can obtain nil necessary information by' letter. .: J. M.! SHINE(post TaDahanee paid'to) Fla. The o'waei. requested to com*.forwar* pror, pop.
reased, will) take notice tlrftfliey must PrPselit. them He will warrant, in ever instance, satisfaction and erty, charges and take ,
y.. April 14, 1855. 15 6m. LONG & CALBRA1TH, March 11, 1864. It): pa, away or be wm. ,.
.1t to tKlindersTgned, duly authenticated within the time __: prices,ta suit the times. Terms Cash, .wheu calledfor. dealt with as the law directs.. '.
.
,. prescribed by law, or Ibis notice will be plead III bar Manufactured Tobacco.I ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE: FLA. 1 1"f P. B. iJlt'O'tA'W.S; JOEL'WAIKEK"

of ibtfir rocovefy;and all indebted to said es- SHALL receive 400 Boxes \'nriouslJrnnds | A. LONG t J. B. GALBRAITH have associ- June.24, 1854. 25Administrator's ." 1 Sheriff.JaArsoa Coemty.September .--
,: Utetare hereby notified to make immediate pariueot Mullens" Manufactured some Tobacco ated themselves in the practice of Law. They LIIBly.tUI SUE .SUILES. 18, ISS&,..,-. I 19. 4 :,sif i' ..Ii8..

11 ''' to tJitJ1 ign d.' M.'M.'.HARRIS,.Adin'x.Octooe'r6.1855. this on consignment will attend the Courts j jn tbe Middle Circuit, the Supreme : Notice.' J f T-AT.LARM8EE.2LORIPA.: Ir 4kThdes' ., 2 11 .
.4 again 100 Boxes .the
.now outlerchants
season on -
; .. 40-8w way and District having demands against the estate of <
: Courts the Courts of the United persons -
:
J ) will do weH) to bearjtlns in mind, and it ALL ; !
P. LarkIns late ofGadsea County,deceased inA anyiuantrtr.1bV ft1.i
would
States at Tallahassee. w Proprietor .
: npHB WANTED- .
will be sold lower than be ,_ 1.
laid down .
Notice. '
same
quality can .
L Administrator's ucual and Office opposite the Court House. will take notice that they must present them J* : I hWriehas and the :JfST\ wOl nred..Of rr ,
for from time
.,. weeks after daU t Lintend. .to apply to the I tie markets oo to good par- October 28.1854. ly to the undersigned! duly authenticated within the time _-..-public tbat he has rebuilt his_ -; ROOU '
FOUR of Probot.ja nud l for the Couuty of Gad- i DANIEL. LADD. preccibed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar large Brick Stables,at_the.jojdstand, and is now September!.15. 18MtM. 'l a t Ja'l ,I..
mien for leave"to sell the"Real Estate )belonging, to the I NewportAugut4,1855., 21. MITCHELL & STEWART, of their recovery; and all persona indebted to said estate .prepared to accommodate friends and customers. "
,; McLean late of wd deI notified to make immediate payment : Va Blacksmith 'Most 'l)prtte Cbni BflU in ;. .
K ta e-fH j O. county. RICHARD T.BIRC1KTT.. CUAKLE8 W. DOWMXOrBfECHETT are hereby He also hasattachea'to' isrSCBHe good
:
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4 I ceawd. _:r" DERE.GREOORY..Adm'r. V' : -.'" "" ATTORNEYS AT LAW to the underti ed. THOMAS H.SCOTT, Shop) where he,will hate have dine all kinds of 1 AH'OP the moiL'apnroYM' 1 .

;,.. r 6 I .I' !. 40 & DOWNING, .I JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA, _August 4, 1855. 31-8w Adrniu trat r. Plantation.work, Hone tboein ,' ad Carriage in 1\J\J\ MILLS**sale*by ine .Snbsttiberr TtMflls -r-

1" ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS practice in ,all the Courts of the Middle the very bcstmanaer and with.promptness and dispatch bare been for some': Uma hr DM iacoogtrtiilgion'and .u
Jist Rece4ved. WILL Notice. ( J lower part of ;Oegi..u4gi ivst perCssM'.
t NO. 490, Sevculli fclrecf, in Columbia and Alachua in the East-
Per IVm.* R. 'dIu from New Orleans : ecu Circuit, anti iu the adjoining Counties of Georgia. PERSONS having demands claims" against the November 6. 1858. . .44. isfactkm grinding' witW'eaze.40 bushflsj and tb ns,
WASHINGTON CITY. MeGill,deceased,late of Gadsden in the day'With-l le8 tWn! tf ordinary'gn,power applied
OR.\ GES. Lemon, Pine Apples, Guava nnd : practice before the Court of. Claims, and _Ma-ch24,1855.. __ __ _._ tf__h__12__ I County, are hereby notified to present them)properly Wines, Syrups- &c td it.-.The:maker Aunisbes a:band toput ftnp 'oJ.
WILL -
4? Jellies, Prune
Irl Of brr., Branly Peaches': Preserved Lemons, Departments.July the time required by law or this notice will be plead .0''LD. .OW Port, .Fresh Lobster;' Can:and examine them. .aDLADD'$

.. OAnjre, Pine,Apples anrf Ginger Green do Strawberry Gage Marmalade 28, 1856: O. ATVCRHIIV AT' LAW. in bar of their recovery ;and all thos.d bt d' arerequested .' Madeira.Suef, A'priT 2V. J855.! :.: _' 11, t
n-Sttete ,
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Fispbeflrf T TALLAHASSEE FLA. to make payment immediately. Sherry.. . Clams 1
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*" i3o. Raspberry Vmjar. HAiLO1ForSle
ici'tJ41 ; do. Pine Appls Lobster.Ginger gdoeHallibut R. H. BERRY' May 21. 1853. 20 T. B. HUDNALL. Administrator.,; 'London ro le't, '!l. lIa1n1,: Carriages, Buggies. *.and r. ,
Fresh Salmon f'
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September 15, 1856. 878wBlacksmithing. I Scotch Ale1 Sard5ne ,' by P.B.Brckiw.BubwaiberbasJ'jost '
fehuX As..m.d Pickles, Scotch Ale and Porter. Auctioneer and Commission D. P. HOLLAND, -- Brandv Pe ces. .Temake Ketobnpt 'fPHE' i:ceryic '

: ;s 30,000 llayjanat .Clgnr '- S ATTORNEY AND OXUNSBLLOR At LAW, : Brandy Chenics, Walnut 1'. l -.1. Wy -

,, D.-L.A.M.ES.faY.1t8 MERCHANT. ''f Guava JUy' r P'i'. J r.,;,
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5- 1 Qulnty Florida A TTAOHED to-'my. Livery : ..,
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.21 TALLAH.SaIEFIa, Sept 29,855. 39 Pickles .
Currant do.Preserved
) "nl.I r. .tl. Stable, Blacksmith Sbopi .
foriate themoat reasocaN. ,
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- 'TILL practice in the-CourU,of the. Middle Circuit Syrup, -
hi wTiich all kinds of work appe'rtuning Quinces Raspberry 'l'o'r t'f8'18".rr'Tidressed -
HardwaiiepCiitIery;. ,Guns,. .Nails, S. S. KNIGHT, : T., Bud Jackson and;Franklin Counties. to that business, is'done hfgood sty lei. t short .. u t Pan" 'i- '.stis. :!'! : '

'- .fr .t-.h .aoYda&c.l- AUCTIONEER COMMISSION'MErlCHANT. October 23, 1852. .,41- ,' if. notice, and Donas' reasonable: terms as at any. other r II %> Gi ne;MI X- 'Le"n" .1.. i' I'*u H : L :; (( e j '

''PHE Subscribers Invite the t entioo.of MerchantsJL TALLAHASSKE, FLOBIUA. WILLIAM SCOTT shop in the city.; Farming implements,,'such as-Tom Spa '"Jing? GeUtme, Pino Gi ger.; It 100 OUfAJ5P-.w. _.t ?
$ Flavoring Eihicto,1Bj Apple .:
; visiting New Yorlc,d wn" Septemoorr,1866. 05'For Ploughs, 'Scooters, Rod devices,,Heel,Pjina, Tap t BaWl.Qilf' : ,. lta. l11ItJ\i" 1
.s J TTY T' LAW and Iron vr edges.kere maderand oonstantly >anisb lltea> Lnmbo- .
bracing a complete variety id tie above,line, particularly : : Rings ) ,. ..'
I a adapted to the Sjafeern trade;which'they:are :..ale.- MpITTIOELtO, FLA. f on band .This will afford EarfaMHT'an dppoitunity Efcglish Mustard' .bP.8klmgCider,. t, and is really oaeapec flan knttitJUbmnl4O to' '
.eU loy 'hiirOash' EwtprtiTed July 30, 1853. SO tl'janGlass to supply themselves without being delaysdj claret r or miles. .''1' i-. 'LDD" '

a Credit.pr-eoaredto-'i'7.I ': .,1rc.. : STOW&MAW1'; 500 SACKS SAL1J.). .in. ..first. ,rate order by .US; <. P B. BROKAW. Tobacco, via(. *Port'Dn.ArNonmber .e"_ New Port. June 9.186.. tstft
8.8..KNIUIIT. 'Havana Segarm
128pearind94Water8t.'N5h1l'0- Oils White Lead &c.I JaDunryI3.1851S. 2 t .
.- September 1. 1855."P' 25 11, 1805 45 '. 1iQ"1oo.2_ .1, jLJI
I, Janea"n'5 ... :. '._ 1 t AH BOXES Window. Glass, assorted*!zes, 100 -_ I '. . ...r U.J ,

,. 3 Forfiale.. ;tM.'I"IIE ..' 7 t .Notice.. JLUU Kegs ,White Lead .pure, extra 8 barrels Linseed Oil
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4r undersigned offers fipr sale bw Del- AN1NG bought Out the1 i interest of B. F.Bvrd in 5 Lard Oil AD'TEWPO&T1.' [I und gn.dlve thiJ 4sictred.into a : \oj. rr '
4 t House ard 60 actel of lindsonth-pf II the mercantile' business Centreville', also'all 20 Kegsme' Paint, ; f PHE undersigned till carries on the above business, I partnership in tjie .t dispoee.ofth6irl .- t".tOe.Grooo&'f tCk' .

on the BeUs Air RoaoV Tbe the accounts and notes due the late firm of Byrd and 20 Paint, bWa. and < JL in all its branches.. Buildings' wall' calfulat.ed'for WHOLESALE AND RETAIL : eooeiat. of& good ,uPP tchee' .!
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House lias six larga roolnS;Vefl$tt .b ;.ort premi Combs we1 reepe tfufly' solicit. pbntinnance of the 2 barrels Train Fire-proof Oil, 1 bbL Copal( Varnish\ t/ols.V. dcspatchlDg'agoos. ,D LAl D. DEt.'C'GJU& _." tiW'ou... tI'.rte1'1 c.deryOu. ;

sea i. a substantial out KKcted and j good waterr- patronage heretofore so liberally awarded to'the late Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retail' Newport September 2, If 54. : 35 I U'e "'.\&ot"-.w..Lidat._ i .hdgIr ...
? 'rllflbt.-;tfefed on,'very reasonable tirm. .. n'I1IB"tfAJI.: 'AfD-ITYLJI'_ .1.-1 'w' IKU" t euatomM'S ... .. ,
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rte D. H.
., term.property Tbfl a'o e'btt'Le1 th-drae-loctofln: We are determined to sell! cmr goods as'low as they November!U1854r 45 AMES. .._, "MILES.'.-. .- 'tf 4IDealern v-,.cp'; 'I t BARN aDI&rM*KWELI.o, ;,) *. =I'I, .I.vnLE. ;- .. I .
Leorr County. For terms annly to tte flith Je White-- can be purchased !ib Tallabassee,1'LoiBEStille, or anywhere -,) in' Drugs Medicines/' :rlJ A .1 ,i ::16.1 1- to..f... .

%: Slusser. out door toUA'-. g'.8tin. elsei .We invite persons .to'j.'ive/us'i/ a call,be Administrator's NotIce.' inform tJi friends j and't6e) that' rMHEY iwill, b"pl as4d. to JsiJL ''a-- r it B'i. iM t"' 8'.l'. ,J'It" 1111'; ;;, :.
public,
1 1fH03IA-a.WH1TE fore purchasing elsewhere., } 'TTTOULD I frieod and patron at the .U stand ( I ..... .. 1'1 ..I. ". ,
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14 1855. ,8 .. A. R. COMBS A. CO.August SIX months after date.'thb; jsubftcr'iber i ; fate Sheriff ,:,V-'they bate od band a good assortment of loch .1 i>' of a aiD,Jr.iigtH>ftii4 Mohair,e* 0J1U \ 1/' !.m'p i oM". ..
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: July _S., -!8. U5 .- 33 Leon County, andErofficit4dthlnl&atofttLe : articles as are generalj kept In their liae'of busloes' *, :s-ol X tiio*aDd Clinton J'str.eiBVtwh.M '.. I 1'.. i ;AQ' I WJI' t- t ''r.
GARDENpI8. : T- :estate of Jenbette Patterson,'late of'Leorf County,1: 'fea will receiv&jg regularlyJfresh suppH' TWIterms 'fuU end ial ..utmeeCofJlIdt O3t..tLUtiIf't' -/.f' ''.ci----oj'' li'T-. : 1 ..

FRESH. Wanted to.:Purchajie,. deceased will exhibit his accounts and Y0xien before 'shall be reasonable; Ii''< ', ; in1n-toith4i4 1 IbMiDlll.Mtt-.ctW, 'A'IOE..tGI tlK.1iaili ....L".liJ.
GROWTH. or 'u.n. '' the Hon.Judge of Probate of.said County-"tap Tall tl1-; : I fit "t.\Y Gitt.:
1 db.. TTXUR likely Negto'lioTS;from"l2 'to J6 of form final discharge"from the administration of apply' ,, IP! } : the eitoU3gI eir-Ait d e'JUeJI ._ Pea .A.iJ c&4OYl91U5. .
Baga, Flat#. Tpfr Beet. r age. Apply to. ,8..S..,KNl6HT. eaUte. .ALFRED Ia \) r J 4, I ::a.-ii'n' ;1# I tf ... .w:' I $ to__ .
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f.t.Je ,I--J', .._. ;'e..I EL'- 110. OlX.meotbs. after date the-undersigned,adminwtra"". .. '1el\ttC'e 1. .1 1 I ttl? iJi'r.a.VAtf.a. 'Y 9 o "
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4'Q ". tw, pofturanpfj ei GiBad- i ; :tw.n'JI' '
." ,. to tbI Court by affidavit fikd,ia tiis r1ckdeceaedj! of Leon Coontj.wUl l.exhibit .11 et 8NUF71 TOBAC :... !'J t.I-W' : .
., ni..m8.JfcrVsnn.and bis VrieeZsiftJ&b ? :11. ; : clu'enhtr.f u.iif
e&rI FJiabttb JackJ final,account and voucher totbe'Juugecf Pro&t BI *s In general ns4 For.part1cuhri wg. Uto olwCX| > IJ'.1-'l 4. .

I Kdb" FrtDGb "**J rYr3diog i\ftj 14WOi1$1t1th.! state Leon County, and ask to be discharged.: t. '1., bebtsin braddreesing-asa.:'Thk'_' . .4. .' .. W "E18aT. !
1 aod. .II- a&naed t.oDrawaog. f : "- J} li.T.BLOCKERAdn'rd.bn41;; l lb eDt ae.r4- l4IIttL1a 1 & itt lsih Jm.f'.A"1l .If. ,

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i -1 \ F *i _B J.ThT1 hereby giren that 'i pp.U *Villb ... 1' ( ti1k4ctYiDi
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3i :n'l1lr L-'Io"J. .Ii LegtsUtor oqii4 .tit -' OuC k j ttm v L
IDS .-d ait fa1'e'rt't t ft4 fl'1. }$ &D'U In. Np'smber next for alterations "a r4 i Jmmr.tM Tri- t' "' !
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: t .f" the harter of the Tallabuse.Rafl'i4 S'aoolo J. j
Bill.oia .res ,
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Mh2ra Iai' in tbe charter of the P.aeo&ha 'O : IN wud r:1 ILl.., .
A.Jj ,tI" : . d time. .' .1.rr *.d Coy:pcn&ot U the former. ttoUM ief' : :I H'QV.ii .u at ,wwf'oRyT4o: ,. \ 1-. -- #
.'door.at off 4 .r;l ['iT.JtI i6irw UQP6L '.Aitgut1tb. 153. 11 .
D -I. f ':-1f- a T.O WAYLES BEjj18&b .. 'ear.. ; !t C.TUjro AW 19 Drr Btm .Yoi. -4 -S ..4. LUCY AdmtDiatratriz.I
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