The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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SPREeS"OF r language of the enemies of I' author when | The'bad' : : :?' f
effects. of this Jaw its advo- but that the smoke
. RON. HORATIO 'SEYMOUR denouncing men'as'wine bibbers and friends cates hire been seen. Another upon, objection is, would roll certain burning churches were criminals.mingled 'among .'go and \t ttuc coromunitj like oar ow'wI; j .
nf an acceptable sacrifice [
l will find oat (
( and sinners. It Is hard t
o publicans to believe that it creates a spirit of resistance, which increases '. Heaven. wise.The act foritl ( f
KX-OOVXKKOK Of JfZW YOU, when listening to their invectives ;that the evil it claims to root Thisfact What Know Nothing idea that men w .o en h.clm'} :progrtfj. ,
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out is this
emigration that is thos denounced make' I
Delivered before a meeting of ike. Democracy they are'aerv&nta'ofhim who thus better citizens if deprived of
was is shown by the experience of different t It is pltca b :.do ij
at Tammany Hall, Sept. 28,1855; because he proposed to do away with laws nations at different periods of the world's and Its institution. victory of-our country 'prreg f most undemocratic; ', : historical labretiIthV: "l

which restrain the actions ot men and to introduce history. The use of It is our mighty achievement ; ntsshould be persecuted and de- ; doctrine of State righU andernment. t"' t!. .
particular narcotics
.**fter an appropriate introduction by the in their place the principles which most nations has beer. among .- in our contist for superiority with the nd onnced is most unAmerican ; and that homes There were these I In'the: Conren-- ,r .

President of the meeting, Mr. SETXOCR said: purify the heart and motives. to suppress their confirmed by olefforts world. It is a triumph of Peace. It is sold b denied to the poor and oppwsxl.in tion which formed oar national Con titatlotj, 'I

J It hi*be,ri said that old questions which The first draft of power under this law has force. The dreaded Am rath consumption punished smo.by a.M glorious u. It cont/ast/ with the devastations of" and unoccupied public domai i, who..bbed to create a consolidated Ttmt. j

have heretofore divided parties have been intoxicated many of its supporters. Clergymen king by death, and the Turk has done little ai d transplants annually' them brings into 300,000 homes"Pilgrims, i is most uncharitable and anchrtin. ment, and.to give a preponderating innaence'. : '

adjusted and that new associations may be who are ignorant constitutional law, else than smoke ever since. The use of them happy ma. This disposition to actions to the larger States:by I reprtsenUtivef baiati
denounce ig prosperous and our nation great, of f one class, and the rights of conscience of alone. Al though at thit'day
formed between those who have been, (or Daniel Lord, Nicholas Hill, George um is proscribed in China, and has thus been while elsewhere upon population. ; j

wany years politically opposed. This! proposition Wood, and other men of more tried integrity I made their peculiar national vice. An able ber the battle!war field sacrifices an equal num; another does not confine itself t local affairs U ample territory, its'fertile soil and commanding -

shows an ignorance of the history ofoar than themselves, as persons who have sold. official document shows that Chinese legisla. upon It is the and by loathsome dis I t creates a desire to control the political l position, gave assarance 'offatare

country and of the works ofJ its instita- their legal opinions to meet the wants of purchasers tion on the subject, has caused the most start- ease.power of manifestation of the superior f reedom of far removed States and com wealth, population and,greatness, the delegates 1
over martial
tions. The views and instincts 01 men lead ; and they who explain the gospel for ling mischiefs. King James's '. Counter- b\\ mere strength. muntie (rom NewYork strennottslr oppojttbese

them to adopt conflicting opinions with regard a salary, denounce others for expounding the blast" gave a new impulse to the plantations embarnlldhtlir great nations exhaust their energies, time, a party powerful In numbers, tt schemes and' asserted tiuf1 enure rq aU.! '

to the offices and duties of Government. law for fee. Suspicions of venality imply of Virginia, and the Maine Law has domesticated and desolation Uito finances, and carry misery resources, and talents, in opposition t the y of tbe, several States and their right'ofsovereignty. .
the homes
one before the prosperity of a country is weakness on the part of thed istrustful. The the use of intoxicating liquor through. of their people, warnings and entreaties of the patriot whomthe It was the Only}large State,which

doe mainly to governmental regulations; another cause of religion is seriously injured when out New England, and has made it a pock. disease transporting on distant their shores armies few to death and American people love and reverence, have took this position. A majority of'it 'd>Jc, e -

that such interferences are hurtful. clergyman flippantly denounce decisions or et institution." The constant changes in the of this city bring ,-a merchants entered into the pending political contest gates withdrew from Convention: wKetfthis ,

One holds that society needs a complex sysUin opinions upon subjects about which they are law of Maine itself, give record evidence of r broad Alantie, and never greater feel host that across the with the determination of arraying one sec- perfect equality was'destroyed by givingo "
of restraining and directing laws ; while known to be ignorant. the failure of the effort. New provisions and I than an and familiar is more. tion of oar common' country against another t the larger States a greater representation

another has more confidence in man's capacity There are some, who like Hudibras, go restraints are added year after year, and it i b with easy this transaction. Compared Its presses constantly urge upon the public in i one branch of the government thai,was tobe

for self control. The one is inclined to farther than this- confidently claimed that each will perfect the of European great movement, the subjects I attnto every thing of palt present, or enjoyed by the'smaller States. It adopted .
diplomacy trivial. This
i is
interfere with his Such BB do build their kith I occurrence which tie Constitution relactantly, beeanse'itrlad* -
and the
concerns, upon scheme, as the dreamer of a perpetual motion I the great, combat which is to tell the calcalat t
other wishes to be let alone himself, and to The holy text of pike and gun, fancies another screw or another pully will I destinies of nations upon excite the prejudices or to aou.e passions juage admitted constructions dangerous to
Call fire and sword and desaolatton and tho history of the of the North against South. Blind to he of the States 'and
: its
allow tho rights auentwu.e'ompanied
others These
same th
conflicting mechanism. The
will world. No
A Godly, perfect object not L Alexander .
reformation. Caesar
thorough or ra the L the of
height (to the admonitions M
history c resolution that-tke: COUIi-
sentiments have by a
always A fierce thus be and in little time the their
par joy and approval was shown when gained, a accumulated o coiquests, ever made such the
of wise
acquisitions I and good, heedless of lotion be ratified in full confidence that th
ties. They are most active at this time, and I the tide and evils scenes *
Mayor ot Portland ordered blood to be objections will sweep of power as immigration brings to of .
they will always constitute the instinctive and I shed in the enforcement of a coercive law ;; away the barriers of prohibition, and the public But those who are Against the us.cause ojtheir r tional suffering, bloo and carnage, which na. amendments prepared by:this Convention will
producing be ., amendments 'which i fiw
prejudices adopted *
distinctive different difference between tho membersof ; and legal questions involved in this act are of r will again turn their attention .to rightful I country in this contest, contend that in Europe; unthankful for the a progress, hap .State was chiefly instrumental in,procurkag.
political organizations.We small account in the estimation of remedies. i immigration with
a clerical brings it destitution
have no occasion in this discussion to poverty P piness and peace of our land, men of narrow shield the persons :and property of our cifl-
editor, who published the following sentiment The vital principle of the Christian and crime. Trace these bands of .
assail the motives of others. It is enough to) :- is persuasion, in opposition to reilgiort t limbed bu| poor foreigners until they strong plantthemselveA. dace prejudices the or of slfs ambition'ia to r. zens. against,unreasonable:searches'and sh

point out errors of principle and the consequences makes and great country ares by regulating criminal procee4iop.nd
The burglar and the temperance all other virtaes'something the hitherto
highwayman are upon useless land ol f down the
dimensions of their limited
viewsor the
of these The controversies t preserving right of trial by jury To: cre-
rrors. gentlemen compared with that most detestable positive. It aims to make men unwilling the Westand see how wealth is evolved .
by r This
which at this time agitate" the public aiiud, and most guilty of mankind, the rum seller to do wrong, not unable. It educates their very contact with the soil. They were personal is called treasonable conduct vent misconstruction' or abase. of power,1 at
a of defence demanded the
famish apt illustrations of the truth of the l i, and yet all agree that the former should I alike the feelings and the understanding the, poor, and the fertile land was valueless, but against tho necl measure and that the amendments which' declare

proposition, that party distinctions grow out be.shot' The sufferer becomes judge and juror heart and the head. All experience showsthat combine these two kinds of poverty, and the influence of the power political enumeration of certain rights'ihallnotba to c;

; of a difference of views and sentiments, underlying and executioner, and this by authority of t mere restraints from vice do not reform wealth which alchemists dreamed of is the the Sout I i remarkable that construed to deny or; disparage
idea of the
of the '
South retained the "
all the udue power by people and that the
particular questions which both nature and law.". I O prisons are examples of a perfect systemof magical renlt Whence the :powers .
have.divided society; and that these views Again he says ; restraint Their inmates for long series volume of prosperity which comes rolls mighty r mainly originates in New England. States, not delegated to the United State hj the

will continue to form political organizationswhile What right have we to talk of constitutionality of years, are entirely prevented from indulging land l ? Wlence the increase of the over price our of f of whose Missouri united, and territories their are less than tb area Constitution States nor prohibited by ,it.t tbibe"
institutions continue aggregate population are reserved to the'tafear e1J eri.
our public give on a great moral and social question I in intemperance or any kindred evil.-: farms and bts and broad untilled lands which
than that of New York
them an opportunity' for action and manifestation. of this i kind ? It.is not of the least possible They lead lives of perfect regularity, industry has given to so many of our citizens wealth les allowed six times the and yet who are These articles'constitute the great barriers
representation of eitherin the
against encroachments of the '
consequence whether the Maine law is constitutional and propriety, because they are compelled todo and pro pnity T What gives general government
employment to the '
The disbelief in man's for self f Senate of the United States. and. the. principal defences to the
capacity or not. We know it is in accordance so. Yet few are reformed by this. Our our cars and boats and ships, ,

government and control has led to the adoption with the word of God, and that is e- instincts teach U8 that forced propriety of armies of pen, and re.transporting transporting the of The chares of territorial acquisitions and rights and sovereignty of JLhe States, and the'
of the coercive temperance law, which i is conduct products aggressions to promote Southern I l liberties of our citizens. The great principles .
uI gives no offuture virtue
assurance of tleir labor? .
; Stop
.claimed by,its advocates to be. a new and I ough"L on the contrary, the fact that have toths foreign immigration designs, have been made so persistently thai which New York'Asserted at the1 period'
L very they I country, and thousands of those
'certain' remedy for most of the evils which affect the been wel disposed persons have been misled .1 of the adoption of the Constftwfion in behalf
religion of him at whose command the subjected to it, is by courts and corn who igncrantly denounce the cause of the
'society,' but' which is an oft repeated andalways water blushed into wine," and whose impressive unities regarded as evidence of depravity wealth thy enjoy, would find their abundant cal your attention to the following. fact of the several Steles, and of therigbta.olthopeople .
gathered from official documents. ..
futile effort extend the she will continue, to maintain And
to de
I and The condition I ,
touching is found
injunction at the solemnities very to prosperity wither and die like Jonah'sGuord. -
: away In 1790 the .
of the Northern fend.
population .
of statutory laws be"Qnd.tbeir proper bounds. of the last Supper to take the cup be a positive obstacle in the way of the influences : .!..r. tffk
States .
The objections to this measure are twofold. in remembrance of him, is reverenced all of religious education when was 1.008,455, and of the .Southern. k'obvidas that agitaiion with respvet to
, by broughtto There b danger that this of
It violates the constitutional laws of our State, classes of Christians. I his has bear the inmates of source prosperity 1,061,372. Their number were then about slavery in:the States;measures for advancing'
clergyman I upon our prisons.Are and will be diverted elsewhere. It
and it wiH increase the evils it claims to abolish probably heretofore served his divine the advocates of the ptwer equal In 1850, the population of the Northern personal interests under the coyei'ofpotictlvetariffs ;
Master law willing
temperance does flow
not to our shores because alone
At this time speak lightly of con with we Stt was 13,5,19 and of the South ; for profuse ..e/peaditareii'forfatenJsl:
many meekness and zeal and his abilities p h to place themselves upon the footing on have fettle lands there ire broad .

etitutional law. They are impatient that their h have placed him at the head of an influential I which they strive to place others? Will they piths not owned; by ns, in South, unoccupied A me. em increased 9,612,310; tis the great last disparity h been I improvements;for the support by'thr pttbUo ;

peculiar views are checked by its barriers, journal. What bas thus demoralized thio give up.their convictions of duty and propriety rica and Australia. Immigration seeks here daring five year. Toe treasury of different raehecaet 'to ,pruioto
in mind that it is their safeguard annual increase of the population United private wealth and interests hav1'
j .not bearing only man \ What filled his mind with vindictive surrender virtue a.common.
positive becom aud
Against unjust or hasty legislation, affecting and every religious political freedom and equality. States including immigration, is L L900oL1'o. origin in mistaken (views of conatitotional
their lives, their liberties and their malignant passion t What drives himto *- temperance men merely because they Will it do so hereafter, in view of late occurrences ; Of the natural increase, abut law. These erroneous Views, '
the of cannot 30,0 are simeijss
verge blasphemy, almost to justify drwu They- will shrink from the ? Recent .
have been to the North and
rights of conscience. We are not made free the perpetrated )thongs by those apparently '
of his te JCupyfhg
shedding brother's of antagonistic
blood ? The application .
a to themselves for
principle which the
apty of Gover. South of the
merely "by putting power into the hands of l l law has turned ',is mind from the they try to apply purposes immigration, assume that positions,yettheir i projects.bein* based
away principles to others. They know that ments who ire adopting active meaiwes to )00 to the South .
but goes the
ibe.'people; by written constitutions restraining and virtues > a 230,000. wither
of the and
precepts religion he professes c; out under such turn elsewhee these of
and aye living streaip popula North and 'West and it willbe'seen that the their
majorities protecting minorities, to considerations of force and violence., t ems. The law has and doelead compact respective'supportersaha ul.
froma (tion. natualization lows I
are changedin annual increase
and away of the population of led into .
the i
forbidding Legislators from B.fr harm actioo however. '
touching The statute giving him power over his fellowman right remedy to a wrong. I know that it i i favor of tb emigrant the Canadas. Continental over the slave States is 1860 their ,
a single right of a single citizen. In these 30,00O.By conflicting ftiroaes
l like Ithuriel's touches the love is difficult to draw the line where .. mayt fkst appear.
of I spear persuasion Goernments, pretext of protecting the population. will thai. If iha General i G Yemment Iii .
days legislative encroachment and legisla Nor the'ri lrt.t
of .oft
lurking in all men's end and exce -
power heaits, and the coercion begin. This has the health of their subjects
of the South
live corruption, it is the duty of every citUento 11 I evil spirit springs into full force and stature.. ever been the problem which has embarrass- aid embarrassing restraints impose millions. tn sven' boll incorporate. banks, or to ,CArrjr jon/sxttn/ e
uphold constitutional law. It is upon ...:' systems: of internal improvedi/t. It *.be.
strangethat I|This .
unhappy has Us e legislators but this do .
case parallel in ; we knew that the vessel engaged in their .
every our transportation.The The
those who demand for the political power of the country bspassed difficult. resist the .
respect coercive argument thatithasa
community, and a deadly blow is thus struck progress of civilization, morality atd virtue dimintea number of : !
emigrants during
into the
law should show of tho free States and right to interfere with local
temperance contemptfor at the, cause of temperance by making its advocates ,. has been marked by the extension of education the shows the result. I mother. .s
past yet that is with ..
the sacred of the power increasing espet.s; : .. .
more obligations consti I repulsively odious. Another and and the startling rapid.ity. t .. ,. ; ." ?
religion, contraction What mkes New York the ?
man of
I, of
co- emporium 1I
tation : "nil"'those who call for submission eminent for his personal virtues his ercive laws. Te preservation of our depends Th heresies;pf eoercivef teihpefaneevUws,.
brillianteloquence our conntrj? Why are,the productions of
to legislative enactments, denounce and revile upon wisdom, moderation and justice ol' Know Notbingiacn!and sectional
and his kind but We then organua-.
mistaken object to this law
because it of Union
philan. de. sectih here
our brought to
every the North
at this. tions have their
the decisions yet hi '
higher of Judical tribunals. .the'partl ongfn one comrdon'
thropy,takes similar views and moralizes tl .error,
declares thatinebriating temperance men, making them vindictive be exchanffd for the merchandize of other dominant in this State '
The weight and number showing appealstonorthernuassions : a'desireJq interfere *M.tfie acllonj
judgements !
i and con
liquors are like vipers which violent ; because it countries ad climerfl because it
arouses is
a spir- Mainly
that this law is may and prejudices. It strives to sciences'add affairs of *
at war with inherent and array : Tn&'mofiieat f
be destroyed wherever found, and that the it of resistance, increasing the evils of this
intemperance the only p constitutional rights, should be tells principlesr that
convincing to constitution has because minorty. men .ip :
nothing to do with the mat ; it is a step backwards in return earn for its outward-bound ships.
the majority that it is brave to denounce be let alone unless
one means to the theymyaoV
every respect highest ter. The power which the law gives, does civilization, substituting restraints for educa. Here aloe he of carrying abroad Jhovrfeh&ipf \
expense revile .
and the others and '
authorities known under our form of, minority. It stigma- State ;\ then*.
government than intoxicate. tion. All admit govtm }
more One that it is better .
man cries for to be temperate the proo.seof oar soil or skill is diminishedby tises those .
To denounce them is of as and base wbd zet4-arudiili from,'we koo not into t
oow'ard ?
an saud
folly blood and another from
foul .
sees serpents coiling, thought aud resolution ctargiig' a part to the emigrant seekingour I
and of danger. The objections to this !legislation their loathsome folds upon the sacramental than from coercion. Who doubts that shore. Divert immigration from up on noer IU zpekfqrtteir: ,whole what vagaries ,ami Ioc.nsutede les .epa>,.

are of the gravest kind. It is not merely altar, infusing their venom into the sacred persuasion will win more than force T country, fld you strike a deadly blow to our the country. vaunted Courage,which seeks monitiea; ibay.
a., law against drinking, but against think elements, and hissing amid the solemnities' But it is said in a triumphant tone, If the prosperitjof this great city. Why are the a contest with inferior numbers.*, has studied agitated,by the conduct' .of other eofntmonitiea, :
ing., It is a precedent full of evil. It will her census returns. This impqted cowardiceis let us not overleap! e broad
of the last This Law will expatJleOFo r. 4
Supper. is the very delirium inereaseintemperance, why do the farmers in he interior of our own and other the !
not increase but it courage and patriotism o(all the country and the great -Missouri, aid Mississippi '
only intemperance, will tremens of fanaticism, which has everbeen sellers intoxicating liquors object to it!- States, ab) to send the fruits of their toil to and the has goo Rivers
the for other kindred and hurtful l great: our country produced. to?denounce the tardy,., pave way fatal to Leaving out of view differences mrkets f ; r, +
temperance, religion and lib of opinion foreign Mainly because the cost ,
Look at the results struggling with the ,
ofternitoiialacquisftion. trials and
measures. It is well described
by an eminent hardships
with to the
regard propriety of their use as of their ransportation is lessened by immigration
At the establishment frontier ) '
erty.Let ofonr ife.. "f l' '
'clergyman as a lazy which we hf? / vfaV.Tho ; .
the advocates of temperance see what drink, this very law concedes their necessity I When we trace out all its influ. west' wio
tries to rid of the duties of life declare had no lands of the By thepurchase wisidtnigrs Ae
get by spirit this enactment has evoked. Is this the for t mechanical, medical and sacred uses- ences pnneating every industrial pursuit liusippi tinen't frnpori;

lag Its" evils are abolished by act of legisla day of triumph for their I cause Persuasion' but while it recognises the legality and necessity we are fmazed at the madness and folly Texas, New of Fop a and and California acquisition, have.of bu jqess'-of'denouncing the''Confactf.othervwftheotwandedagiawayto .

ture. requires virtue, ability and sincerity, while of their manufacture and sale, it which sfk to divert it elsewhere,and ashamedof increased we. South remote J
out fl :
country's area dandextended or losing'toemselveriir
: Its first and d '
greatest mischief the demoralization coercive laws are best enforced by. the violent strives to, make both odious, dangerous and the.feotry and ignorance which prcmpt tr the'Westefn'
it to the Pacific. prairies
can themes
: and disorganization of temperance5 vindictive and base. degrading and this is effot The -Y t urchase of enough raifae pS $.
Hence these are ; naturally resisted by the charges of pauperism and Florida ( the butpry and ) ;
t- efforts. No cause can receive a blow more now taking "the lead. They show men: whoso objects are higher than criminaty made citizensare was more or advantg ofaort. present1.coodnet'of ant : i
even a mere gain, against our foreign than State whfch
deadly than that which the ern commerce ; oTtteSi C 'tici' 'bY) .
degrades passionsand and who ftpOI1UUIand
malignant.hostility to those who have labored do not wish to see a business pursuit anjst. Their violations of law while
motives' of its advocates. The world, l long, and sacrificed much for the objects of conceded necessity forced into the they an n is less than that consistent
of and
from the times of the Scribes and Pharisees some of our interior useful J to enter 'itothjs f field f,
they claim to have in view ; and when M r: handl.of. those indifferent to rights or to pub when p\aod\ under circumstances of great counties. With Cobs it But what should .
has been cursed with to Spain .
a spirit(vindictive piety i Delevan after sentiment gave comjlete .we tlfttk'ofnjVn'.wBcf'slibttldpropose
and Umptation
efforts and novel
: untiring most are no. more frequentthan
.and'.malignant philanthropby which has earnest solicitations ; 1 do not assail the motives control, northern commerce.with the to organize p.'tl Ut fiy cha-
to induce me to sign the of its advocates, the otnmfssion crimes by those olAmfricanMrth
been obstacle Gulf of Mexico ; hence the for its aetts, because they C Hihov3j-th)
the to the
of ahe
great spread relij bill of but do necessity '
1854 motives
conceded that I believed in the good not prevent the evil results when removed from the conventional naralvxed ,'
J : on"andthe..enterprisef: of benevolence.rhe acquisition.. ,. ,1'e.parcb' of Louisana, Otte arm snd tw.istna,4- .1Wtft .
j I of false A wa
urged;objections 'since admitted principles. good motive (to ; ol kindred and friends in -
I efforts,of those 'engaged i in' promoting to be valid by the action"of ks advocates save men's souls),originated the slate trade. California, r on-the shores of the Gulf of made lot tne purpose Wertem 01 States giving.1.iae.n.e last!treaoa.and! .contesi allknca]with! :! 'ithOtZ7, nmIesf x 1jr 4

Vtee temperance blessed.by reason" and persuasion, were. and by judicial tribunals-this simple act.of The same;, good motive 1Q.dled't! 'the fires ,of Mexico, or lie Carribean seaL n tr'a.Nor l ocean for their productions.a chan The essential to our national Great existence ErtUin: for-rights

They enlarged their own courtesy and troth,' .denounced as treason the Jnquiiiti n. Good motives and. wrong Absurd' forts are made to trace all the t te and dignity
IJateUwu and States did not need this bar- boner. That she
improved tbeirowq characters, by men:of equivocal habits and unequivocal iir. principles :have lain at the root of almost virtues of 0 American character back to Soate ; they the annually' coenzemorares
while i the Atlantic and Gulf of landing of the1!
they influenced and benefUted other upon Mexico. Pflgrfm' a
ra-OQ Ply.;
,Bui .when ,the. .law gives'ifJem'fOWe'rover characters. Those who ,engage in. philanthropic every mankind.evil which has oppressed and afflicted .Cu'early cjonists; to find the germs of our It also gave to the o an immense region,; mouth,Rock,.with fsdtTosMthxeal.and < .
efforts 'ai'apt to feel l' that JnititationsHruraiats: their first acts after
they I II landingupon
their Inextent .
its fellow men, poor 'bumari Pride 'nature shows are the owners in fee of the virtues-they 'particularly I.: It gratifying "'that ,the great body of the our ores, and thus to make a 'dis- exceeding lying the te orrnahMrt'n Stt..I III pwsionfa eneYgy their taeh native led.tteni.fb.land. -
C'ntetl.weaknen. passion are affect "tod that have elergy reject this union with the State. tinctiongrant. b them and the modem btwfm
; they, a'right to Tney.oontintte'tO eon emi. the
anoied to
a -watered the praises vPrbridenee
a0d"provake resistatca. Paific ; by Upper up !
where II ocen wblebiI4
pets U. stigmatise all as enemies to:their, 'cause,who putitbeir.laith .in.the. Christian It assumed that the former were outr. '
r :Missouri and them OveV the
"S41beret rivers awl dugo(tli 'great
I d
do not ; ,
;" do not follow their and not in the UJiial Their models and wisdom and that t o
.nuean. to nrge.agajiut this. peculiar roles of action in tiNdi'spenution.'. of tat we get i their:tributaries, the of (ortkeestoI.
measure that it
has all l that relates less ai a'cibusbretiire'rt'will'soon find where'their ( then ideas of wit vat Im
to tbeit'adopted'f1rtue.: rom ur and religious for
09worthy advocates or, i indiscreet friend's 'l b. t ; T of the best the, Pacific letting morepersecntedflidboeaa4 c
:laittts'tendency .is'to arouse' bad'p'snioas'b! '[ ( The 'reasoning .fged-by; lie advocates of alIi.nceswfllJeadthem.w. : ., liberty. ..1 hing can be more (aUaci s.. coast This purchase word, wU'.a Ia Ly a
4 >ebfeast* of men w'Jnj five heretofore-'been Southern ,Tb s vast region U fertifoearly. "Its't uf
; tZ bar.
It is'ftednty of int rrerenee. ;Not a few of those, who wish wished to 'theIr mown ,
homsrfe uddiaritableTbat government to tnpfait: evils, ? enjoy to :
the whictiit soon aad. ; t cIdti.v..trdnI
IhMbover1fi eneej power and actioos6fUersp3eaYytiffl !therefor*,'a oereire! .!law.is right The evil{{ tODay ao'- 1 inquisition in each neighborhood, peculiar nand to exclude:alF who did b.fle. wit:coropn tatipn' show- .

u conceaea, ana tnose r8-:"apprehensive the Pope of Rome four not agree tli.t them. They made 'pretensions .wU
the woo feel its magnitude, I no that two-thirds of the extent, and mah"4mI
spirit on one vastly
( fcuu> e That
ohM&icth. the
( proportion the/yaluq site
li9&t other. $ negro. 1nsistee
t ; .which (increase it .But"iW .iHhst'not.stop erties.. ,They! hold tost the, emigrants.ot.the 4re composed of good I and bad, gat the 4rit9- not hl
ld 1fj'W rite.& lt ut:has by United States; e e ap.thQ (ugiUro slavflpoocaod b dMrouthsoceaneebiewous.uajf4.14
r thtJdtl ttheee f 4ffs. last were saints and the wisind the Of the ''
&eextW gaiid z century patriots, .or ignorant/ forty- will become .
"id sutia s l'palpit come or : free States,, > )t 'p
; '
"1d eiipr of"e d' : '. m :;The great; quet lon is Ujls' Uepffefop tfaqs of the present are criminals and paupers.TT&yJh one men' i 0 came over in the .MayflowerwIthhrcsei The people of the !i
'pabiic 'O j' unfornljrop; ; ,.
era Nor a kt
efieertaal nli.lii'Tod
hkvVde4medit'a TiolatiOa; 4 r&fy&l and 'remedy I1h1.tIon -, jfpr guiding the first pilgrims tptmished months landing; ,I two. were posed, ; Jh 'tltlTiibsuitoI4-} .
of.oi > ..
'1I'1iniU' 'overleaped' in;ord, r ow ;dangers:of the great t.del'p, and pro, r; : Iul.au4 ,one for 3outbc t""te1iJ. JOMUi, :
;, ;
; : 4,6edstI: b to rA'thedheflfIAMP.' 141 fgtlng'al rAOt ..a
Prrtf. .'rh. : tWjBY.H and *
their want poverty,'and ,/ ; w&s : / TFiBw -*
: ,.
'C" 141 IU" ( IblaerUv'h ; fretafogmity 1h.ouewii .. ,
or I ; *
on.e oninen;o 41 ;- jg
tm.t ? y
1iMmtIif Venwdris"either* pew one, rri.b1hti condemn iGOyermawit because it allows tlieftn..rm. fo burer. ,X"co'tirt; i ,) UoMtoa adhsi-cUiwea.terW*&

ts ortbe lame g &ad' tWeU. 4tpUt. has heretofore/!; fnVftheY( !ereot''its''fed* "., [9tJ.$!.!."yf n n't Uad, ripon. '6vj, shown,,7 .bi i0 :o Wiblae.t. .iiegexrdled. .
P9litleal !
; .t. :
tidMf.itaoiai f' i b Ire." ftWxre ufd"be'seat; hack i ; lIne[ to IetctIerennlieihe 14."J< thrI;
et L' l L. Db10rirOjg
.f'ft&'k. bi1i 'Itiv'-ift 'mfr'.- Db Ju nil e usetheyar. i in W that '"
:1 badenm; 'povertj..and sTliesubitzie.of '. eft b ; ; t 'ina'prfvllegi w b ane ojcd. We

.d t i'td Oi'l wa: ( :h1e'' :* &i "ided, have' caisedj'mbst"| 6f the th! 'reed I1 f > that relief of the .meTI. :unty.' Rb4, ODQr._. r .rxwrid.to'astiipcfllouK faith.bitbtt princi 1 1g IegWaigm
oI. '
'' r i
and 1
'I1bt.ih w.eto :" jthIftfrioc1&1 &yegioizs 9h1clop ufferlng; ttpfftw'lsfan. ,' mrfuit tj rAcO trc .. "L,1 h" I
1 f1.p fd
o 'tnk Thoae,;,rKo ; dimin7allquf.t i 1) :Oal-li f
&tih when ezdted by di prep ho1d or owre ; ./blIng ,4joj,I'" 4eyprosstoieurUege& ; oat ; .I (P ,

'Th'I .. I I I r wer, c "wo6rW1iFtbg.b&t' they deem* ; bIgitr Ib" J'" o'tit (Ho' such't'DtID a b;Ife H V: j.>Leltts lea"MConfederacy

w."'{'L\M.t J r f J Jil -1 < w ; & '& ori tad fA ,1ii! jtt j.: f6 fialbitf of JQ&oJ.ruoet"r, r.Tejt1,4ithC. momorJe.) or Wtu **1/bjiaent4.e; epoo,.' i ipathj. :

,' r r p.-'t 'bt: Y.. ". ......I 4_ Jf'i", '- f; ( f\ a.'iU.I' : : : = !
br.wa .. : oi fA6
* 6fl 1" Jfri "r dJj/&d or'' 87 cIAIQtoiteaI2Pc ecuJJVn! d 1''r I'r, : _
;( y r .U. t.. :: ,. :t_ '. i 4_
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Ji i t lil .Jji2''p'q.oIll.". j ''ul.iZl t ww n r ';' ;ii.. ..t1'l .. I' : .L. e*, ;tpfeow" .Wr

exLibted eYen la the P Ip.U; imtc't ith of kf tU I' ? ( ... ,' WfL J :r : d1tw\1; :)t ;
rl1ol U
"rn ekid ehafitAbte' 1igon adopt the vet 't' 'ml7' V iWt Wbl aks. .,- tb" iJii-- !! ',lif' ; onMiet1 c" 1 ,. ,' 'f" :t'a( oaii&d_ .. INore., fJC'C

!..the rft remcdiegf na religious r.eornshou "11. be !'-, iPU( ; .LJ 't. .me.j 'ourselves wisey.nd."eJ.| *1..f t N, -. '! 1!;


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Ub Ability; of ner oftn citiiens to practicjt4lfcontrol. life., Wbo don not feel that at this time Ibe.rights of t 1otjbiau iiiI paY opinion that% mb hftnl fapibjitI
antagonistibe -
in State Btitution '
''Ounscieneti are safer in Kansas than % ought e11 I ?
She demands punishment Tor' OaL
I fcr illegal violence. upon her citizens by Mi f have eretofor .boasted of their civilization,refinement"wl &s1 k th nina f4jlici jntitUonj." rfta ofry VM &.* !_ -.d t n* t 2 \I\ --I----

._ souriahs and"refuses restitution and remeojr haf thi.ant I ;" J. t til ww; : I ator Dixon df KeataekyDemoertey a (he

for outrages upon defenceless women. Shiis p ,) to. thenwlv wc't ofjie jcdn citizeA"dF 4) ,
rirnbwiind1ciit1tlie& -atnr&N *
BO much engaged by lawlessness \r"it ofMissdur. daim1 cyepectd on F hlh we ?The national men, both at die North

I ; thRt'she cannot seethe .blackened fidence. Before another baa rolled round, their and that tbijringlitrTtf property and cnraetor should toJ.
year resisted", these Know Notliings make when the Sooth,-who one* acted with the old
I wall which tell of the outrages oT mobs rapacity for wise wlf-government will be seen and ADYEKTIBISO.-One dollar per qunis of 12 li,esorle be protected by law, \

: within rtew
j s o WcbsVr/he? oracf3QS| u.pon the} sequence. none ,r --Ccr the period of residence aa a pre-rcouisite to long tnongb, and now we hereby declare that
excitement in
of lots
'4if II1 iotriYaI Clhouii&ie' .TI4&thia period speculative city t aTididale tifesiiP; iifiZ K2fig- the utter inconsistency '
1 prit4Ye and westein lands, we most expect agitation when Announe f $ 'tend ft make a desperate effort t. get them.

t. denounces nullification in South Carolina, political power in the Territories.gives eontroliog. n all eases in advance. ,. ..*_ of-their action,'xve are:glad-that ---ctn.. -Tfart*s-tb -secret ordtroocnnonlycallsdr mtht1nd1ed1tem1ndtIt

r and follows! its example. jShe s atjthistimepartfeblat influence in making the sites of towns and citiea. It otkingsliMbeea defeated nearly verj-wb re,
ifiAt the h but few tfirce, that these considerations led --" ? "' r "i frr r f r \*i's thcv-bsv ;
1/engVged-ia JBCfing1 ictsjpf a years
I tkr.truction V ..Goy(8tymo1u'spcdI.-> ) ''is tbe late elections, and since the South has repudis -GMi1c .
to violence and by fire of Innd offices -V
Congress are--ob jft4 ju Nebr iska and, _
;: -
t '
ra-'Western We YerfcTBBiltorWowWied' n-BOmeTirf -
resisted in Massachusetts.i the central onunties.. Violence in Kansas, does not he xcluslon of uch4elsdat wopbtKsj] never_ be the ihe "Bdcceiior b genrj..,Clay
t i "Jf Instead,correrting,our own abundant pro'xtf outf a'y power"exercised by the' Territofial 't Pp cch deliveivd by Ex Gbv. -JSxvaio'vRof but _rnaz r :1e eseited' t..ny 3 3tJ.i'4 his vemOtratrc'I s- I' elate tba* wara l tx Knoje b grN.IlcintylLs .- -

$ vcrnasttIkn; sectional 'party, 'an legislature which has not aftvays been conferred npohiimllar' / New Yiirk ptort"tHjMtHof8eife- .' 'I ', :t '- ;')'kf >
faults : ; | | that 1 ,
; iere-wIth oth'er State URarely. bodies b'y act'of Oongress.u : ,n 1Jhitwhila .l&ii case ,: ee.pohti jpg.glprwhave ;Za Sf -

-4 Holy Aniancc.Hojialc.should/Ue; : tKpse who have, the people of ( wear;; agitated ber.Readit-youii1 be amply repaid.It.is .- in advance.very.nartdBornely spiked 111h. -'bLu O13r! dated Hen'dr' ont Ky.; 'Sep'temfceV* '
** $
reen\aiibivin\ 'our National Councils" about otb r comiDUDitics, what is,the condition of th ir the speech qf.the yearjbreathing a/pure their bwn'gims; f| v *ITThemost /<- i.1-ianIyQl1ly.baI: one priicjpjttftfQftia) av4that Dlxon'>aVg: ; : f; : '
; an Muduerej> own affairs! ilay"we hit Jo mor' ; for "f ood g ycrnmeut -
;; ; .who,"have sought Tind o 'iined special flaewhrfe'by telling" ftfid1 cxampU* thAn by devotion to the Constitution and the fights noticeable. ferittire'fl| butf'theei9htJPIs most fu oVjVt toi ar Ire do.Botwisb; to proscribe GkLEM1:( : 1'aInfithe recefS

anvHittt'of discussion'' a'nd'advwef:! *'r all foreifewrs bnt o&ypeuWS arid eriminals. .i.-; otyo ,
who 'TfaeJ-di
any it 5thinaf.
legislation for'thcir] peculiiir'advantajre ; all'sections : the ahandonmcht' (favor.of .the .
wqaetting mei
tioctive iiffmhce8 between .of ? striking. they ..fitbWe.d elar 'we'Hr.-notJinow .
i t Lava demanded tariffs anU'banta, and extrav.igatit I IIi < policy parties 10 .i .' i mii % T :' TK J'dppearjjtqifiwiib / ii positivelyttt resent and' ddresaiau'Ddtho'cth' tteeJ

and.corrupting systems of internal improvement. a mareA a3toSenitional V Wdl/'thb: rand affair-tle"great": A-meri- of.the extretu ,ground hiUi-, Nothings, for we didn't swear b council rootna,' and fb'bb held jn
TI am ) to concede tile
parte. inpp 'abflityand.
: The Democracy of New'-York .indut.yfour pt' ,nt State ther can," Know Kqhiiifg p6\\-\fflfV or mass thceiuig onto hs rvedby the-party ; andJifoi' this we tba Pbilkdelptia National Council gave as ptrmiition. th'in t You art' rigA'innp1

can never array itself against tho States of the abilHy'nor industry wiilmake f.ilse system's ofgovern- of(!'. Aftcj a ienl! offus'sah'd are indebted tptlJe; ; unmiBthkable'Mnidicatioheof layiaside.our secrecy it is rAy 'intention to eooperaeg'fa
inect benttioiiL iTbc'D.fmocrati*! -has pbice linnomination.mejn iis.coinc a&Th t Benedict Arnold, Aaron Borr.IIenrjL -
South who have.always stood by the light party < popular displeasure".as rnanifesleTF''in'th tAe DenOCriZIfr The W1a
iiaiingiiifelied'orators" : y.
: and 'who have of unusual ability aId industry, who fliTt: i.-I -r' ,r t Wlis&W Sewftrd/Jcihual R.OidJings, LymanTrmtfboll !
onall of these questions, para which I 1ave'oulong acted
gre.lt late elecfiohs, ,JJut tliQir
A1 will administer the olEiirsf.Xew: Y ik up'vn currect and sbiftlpg ajid ackindown.comes ,
: J never deserted our country in the hour of its political' and financial principles! and their election from .6adadenLenn.; too late. ,Sam: Houston;Jere Clemens and Kenneth oliti l iisteiic' 1 have

peril. ._ will'do more to"promote the mterwts'uf fiiir State and :JcffoTSOJi, there 'assembled ''from all of those Aparty.thatchangeswith ; ; ''itayner,:being .Americana'o igbt.to Miol4'AraevfcAr my feonhtry. : To thi% rshaH not cease'to-**

3 t tr Bat wo dejjy the necessity of any sectional nation thnu any degree di c'-rd and disseafciona Counties'the enormous masx, accorcling :to'ihe the popular current,ia a party -,not 'based but, -tadoctrine 'dorft'seein to:take with the'stu- faithful v'/The f American party, diritfe&'di to

*- Massachusetts'will' soon 'recall to among Democrats. It it snkl tii.tt proper regard ha? on jrinciple, but on expedients, and the pcl people, tthb obstinately refucft to forge that tbeir '
: 4_ party. not been,paid to publia'feilip 'Lerw. SSliall wagairi careful estimate, of calculating ..ccirnL)9riry peqplc is into' Iwo great sectional >forties the one
:i mind herbetterday8 and feel that ''it is uh"becormng havo BagAcity own fathers vere forefgnew, we'' 'sbl mnly proclaim Northern and ihe
th reept-ot of others Ly local, sectional, or personal of ihrce hundred and fifyhurpaL1.be11gs( enough to see thrpughjts other Sovthern,' 'eah enlv
1 a Site t:> become -truculent awl! controversies! Da we deserve that rVsrwt until we movements and to comprehend. its drift-r- tbat we ire opposed to ifiterfmng with tII -4ested injure tchere it uoiild serre the tat
country f
of has destroyed the commandittg attitude which helongs to tt least two hundred and fif-y tsf whom were
I. factious because the course events assmiie us i4ghts Dl'socF persons of foreign Wrib fls the'progen- instead of strengthening the national

4; 1' her comparative consequence.s of have right placed! Elect in nomination as we can. and the"New admirable Yotk ticket will and we voters-about one-third as many as go to the They icilltierer trust inch .c1zazrgding.V ." itor of Andrei Jactson.W our o-rfn ancestors,''{If any J Jof .parties, canonly divid thera I W m--ttt fheelectionsi ofall.

: ..v Let us stand up fr ourwhle conalry, from Maine! to roust be respected. Her wishes wi1lle ganlcd: and polls in Gjulsilen on election day. The editor! PREAMBLE AND RESOLUTIONS. them are Hving,'m& particularly of all each foreigners when union and concert f j tjj ,

3 I! 0 corgi ; from the Atlantic to.. *the.but Pacific.conttntouiselve Let uskiwwnogeogrnphicsl.dfetioctk.D her Toice will be beedciL If there jeaTou'ey' of her js unite suro there were,350? as he heard* some> WHEREAS Mnt, where, it is s customary political -oh party occasions i in holding like ,the a, Mass pro- among1 us as bave'got xotee.-nnd if 4ny'of' them -'aro riecessaiy' to the very sahation ;bf tlh
let that be rebnlted. not *
c "with correcting out own faults, and upholding soutnl j'j'-powcr To Democrat jealousy who uniiorstatida g'ratined the political one soy-theru were.130 on our, side ofthe Meeting to lcclare; in some explicit from their principles Lavn't got votes, we will cheerfully co'titef npoqf.tbem conritryJAa'fdr"aa I can judge, the -Dedratrc -

principles of government history every.of pin country,and the distinctive differences table and 'he feels ''certain there was' an : and whereas the Citizen'8.'of Leon County, the civil privileged enjoyed by*A'niencan'aftizens'( ,and party4 although ''weakenedin the free
Those who are trying to form a sectional pirrj, here asstinbled on Lake'JacUsoft, m large niimbWiiprofwua that won't electioo 'national and still
-- 4 between pit ties this i is a Jay of couiitif uco and strength. Lope they forget ns oo day. States/is'still; co-opera

.s; found thwr hopes upon-dffercnces territorial of opinion Gvsestiwis among, and We have no alliances with the factions of the bour.j eqiull number' on'thc other side. That would T.lwrt4. .. With.. rpn-rd. trr entwhrch-i elsewhere being detelopxd, thev do
--' '- --- V4l -- Our iatcs of Convention.
who j can represcnt'the principles our make -leaving'00 for outsiders; persons of hava'f and to the Abolitomsts' arid Free7 'Soilefi
all there
: th.y expect to draw some into heir organization Our party is commensiirato with the extent ofj ; now drop the name of Whig and Democrat 5 wwJ many- us any religion of the.

z fioaTtbemonJuInetj ninejo'-uts.bocauM they may, j} owr c untjy, and represents all the trutlw iivnlved in who had doubtless gone to witness the pro for the first time,organize themselves into a political fore we shouldn't like tobe tested, but if the President North;who, to destroy the institution of slavery,

-;'! I; possibly agree upou uue" and that one noV involved of the political action. Ou the oilier hand, it.lt not fit); ceedings" end chew the cud".in silence.Of .- party, in the name of the American'pirty : appoints any Catholica'toofficeiwe- inked to would rend the Union awndery 'and 1mry
this election. It"Th true that the repeal I 1. Be it therefore 'Re.olred-That: the iWieKesm -
in claimed for New -
admitted, but it is asa reason a 'mate a great fuss. beneath the rniniof the Constitution tire
Missouri Compromise vas condemned bj many, regretted Alliance hat other 'd i'e's than the distinguished orators" wlo expounded party nfLeon County, isolaint any connection with -
Holy I no party more ; liberties ofthe '
third c1a.s.I llth. That the Nebraska-Kansas i's ed'ontry. v.
bill sotm'd
others and approved by a.
by. the.Secret.Order called ;
and commoply Kiiow.Kothjng
ji represent local fcolhigs or particular partial gentitnents. wo' nfe'lold tliat'J.Randolph' Hardison ;
Many deemed itt repeal a great wrong; others regret.ted that without expressing any opinion a* to the ntce*- cunsittutldnalAri'd conservtive'bnt 'as it Jsa Jemo] I regret, gerrUementhat circumstanc iot r

it M inexpedient, and others again believed the .At thl Urn we have nother voluntary; tribute made ." an animated" speech, "rinding up sity' _whjc-h,may have justified,the secrecy of Thai or cratie rneasure, and as the Northern wing of the Leon which I have no control Will prevent my

:. -1 ooly vay;"dispose" Gf ngittinj questions leave them dangmrj to UxTjwpa&S front our oppoiii.iit-3. .More than half the public ofSccrs wh reading that piece of rubbisi known as den in it? original inception, they''declare ttat in their tiotmty-Ifatl6nal'Barbacuie''AtDeTcan! Party fisby. being'with you on the occaaon alluded to.
to the peace of our country wai'to elected! within the'WLigs, acted opinion, that neci-ssity tio"lofiger exists. '''-
.; 1 < of the eommmiities particularjy concerned. I with us, and at tenyt-nisby their late Convention they once'finally the ".Philadelphia riatform"-theij Mr. Allen 2. That they are booed by, tio oath'ritual obligatioos on" the subject, we,will sny-nothing,about iiitth. I am", very truly, your1' obedient'- servant,,

I 1 "fcelfeve there are few \f o wish to contend for ttore- decided that recreant Democrat were better men ((13. F.) followed, giving the vast luditory an other than those which are>,conunon .to ail That the Presidential election will bean V ARCH/ DIXON. ;
It has teen
*i. r.d toration of the Missouri Compromise. have consistent..Whip*. political,parties ; that they consider that every tiling of important crisis in the history of our party, and aait L. C. TKIXBLE, R. B.J. Twi-XAX' tod others. -
? Ithc-8ioguiarfortune of this act C-mgress to sight into th'e states of parties. "NVilk. and that nature abolished! the ? 1it t---
all the fanaticism and follies of the was by Phihulelphia -
the North and South at (be time of -Against errors 0 f > ** ** i is necessary,to'draw over tour.side a go6d manjr -
been denounced al the Democratic its of Call next-the tpr&nereirjthssiIlg arid we do h.ere declare thav'the members -V f
coodemne day party opposes ,principles ., came. ; democrat hereby throw tiieirtaHa -
during little salt
been we
,* its adoption;to hare generally oftlie American of a on
man's capacity'to govern himself, and the rights of. patty thw-County, rebound to I Cquity.
the of its txutencq, and to have created apolitical himself and no miatake, tbclattc! nviking "a by 'for'a Dexicrat V
: period communities to control their own afFah-s. We we able act together ao'loBR.iwid.so far only, su ia tho-opinion expressing our preferenoe Northern ''nI-V -
,* convulsion by its repeal \Ve are now trying.the therefore to the and masterly u,1n-h member bo for.-the interest -for the Presidency, to wit V D. S. Pieiiasoa. -i-
I present n single organization agaiust very strong argunent, commanding may our common ATiPorr
,policy of aJlowiu the people cf the Territories to got- tV V -.z: w 'rj) Octl 8, 1855. -
: numerous factions of the hour. Our political opponents country. 13th. That should he re'pu'diate an aHIsice with
Heretofore the General Government the profound attention ftlie xfholeassembly. t >
era themselves. with all their abilities, liilues aa good citizens, are in 3. That we regard'the Increase of the political influence Editor floidi'tzn'4'Ybswnd ThlIrifb'rm
their affairs. Oar vast Jbe nonunated the .Demoea.lt
I control oyr partand by as
has exercised a over '
; perpetual discord and confusion. They are divided of Foreigners hVtHe'Unlted Statrs as a great 1 b'f rTerhiidor'i
'oiIthit the.Demo'cracr
could not be foreseen by.(be ,
: --afmitBitkms of territory into different speaking difff rent evil nn fiiOampmeiits tongues : % "
; 'il i V'
Government and we are left On the whole wo have .no diubt it ;i ; i'.J- --' +0
-1b. frarnew of oar General ., and representing different end couflietiug vie.ia-e,-feelings was and the remedy for thia rilisth: fiindsmental and any expressionof-opinion as iOjwbetDer we; wouldsupport hare' as usual sustained,their principles, n e
analogies !-
: upou those great Constitution questions, the to principles b governed of by our tbe institutions and natioialities. To lay they fight a common quite an1 interesting time, cocsHering) the distinctive feature of our party qrganizntkm.,. him or not but rather tbink we would 'L "have elected" i' ;all U our County 7 >' officers' '' *with* ':,tba'

4b of the tomorrow they be clwgiiig each 4. That the monns by which this object Is to be effected -
enemy may upon 14th. That
Know f tie.Know
of thrown so
considerations policy. gloom Nothinhopes'andospects manyftbericip1ea
and by weighty upon exception,of.thft Clerk Mr.Frienon whd ha
1 other. The duties of tLtir leaders are of the most Is'an extension of the period residence s'a ,:

Ifctreare two tribunals the General which Government territorial qucs-, or arduous character. Some active, energetic'and l enterprising ;:- by the recent Southern dections.It .- pror fjiisiteto' ftize'n'hip,and a'reform of such legislation Nothing Philadelphia 'Platform,as will bring.to our. been defeated by 6 votes. Mr. F. hid been
: 'tJons may b. referred- attend and the several States conflict side votes and spoils, we do unequivocally, undoubtedly -
to as with
men are obliged the by may an
'the people of the Territories ,Many nt the North and manage is rather an up-hill business, th's .niccllng a whig.until thia fall, and had tfie most .
1 has convention, representing the Whigs and Fusionists, unifynn Law of N'atoraJization. positively, entirely, assuredly and without reserve pop.ular
General jurisdiction -
1-; "the uth and hold is bound that the to exercise it That it is a duty the Anti-Renters, the friends of Law and Order; the and blowing oft"fcte.'im in lluvteeta of popular _5. That while we advocateihe passage of such laws cordially adopt as pur declared ropiniocs-.all Know; I othing in.the Cboniy'Vq contend

.- which cannot be avoided. ''Those at the South contend Maine Law, and the Liquor Dealers,the Abolitionists hurricanes like unto- those that have just as ..will prevent the future impcTtatfon'of paupers and the others we repudiate, aa ,we solemnly' do all con against Neither,Know Nothingisoo,nor any
and the Silver Grays. True, some of tlieiu ay .that 'cViminals to our shores wVproudly point tour Couiitrv -
,: that they have a right to go should into the Territories laws for their with i' they abhor the principles of Know Nothingi'm, but. swept'- over Virginia, North Gambia, Tennessee ns the Asylum for the opposed of all nitrons', and nection with the order commonly called Know Nptblags. other--humbug, can' ever 'overthrow th. De

slavery, and that Congress the'North pass that it should' from the character of thoir party, they are compelled Alabama and Georgia. But ,ur Kno\V will I cheerfully confer npon immigrants the civil.pni, -- inocrrty-tn'Ucmando.- I
4 : -protHindoo 'or ileges enjoyed by American Citizens. That the one principled..party berthytender VV1th. '
these two classes :
While ;
I. I-rbid its introduction. agree ganizations. Sjme wise \\ higs.Eee the folly of coercive Nothing friends are equal to any encrgency, 6. That while we believe that Americans ought to Xonrs&e.: '1'.
,- tribunal have been alike dissatisfied tbeJr, diatinguiibed host most :gratful thank, -
-.0 _upon the Other they Democrats prefer a reference] laws ; but they can only say so Fn private, and as will be seen from the 8e1t.Etultif'iflg resolutions rule America, ieffeetin.g'the some through the ballot - -
I, Vitb'its aetroni: Revise means for the embarra wncnt of their execution. box alcme/we are opjosed'to 'any interference with iwpiigr be Jffll.spcD! give a -
beli ve-it to be most Triumph ifl Hll Bbbroasb T
E : t to tba popular tribunal the They acd spirit piourinstitutsaaa They ctn no'ttake opuiandeffectiveposttJond upon adopted, which we copy bel,w. the vetted rights of all persons whether of cutre or .4. ; Another big treat, ttt j _" .;...

t -. ., '-*inaowrdsncewith, believe its genius decisions wm be l mcet.loid'liirent principle. The first1-resolution declares fjhat the foreign birth. V And bave better cooked meat" ; Frorq the.character claimed of,the reeolt of

-.; They fur will be made by tlnse deep"if ,. A review of the eubjecfo-wtimk agitate the public of 'Leon: disclaim 7. Tint we will defend and maintain the Consthu- -ItJth.--; That all the papers in the State be reqneat- the
11 and wise, they mind shows want of faith lu American party .Cotrnty Representative's election last spring
those who know that n. mau's capacity _tion of the United States, the Union as it how exists ed.o
{ the of this If they
c 1 -. -' interested n.n in vontB a right intl result eondttioo; by :. ood bv those who for eelf government lies at the root of every orrur with 'any connection with the scent order commonly and the rights of the States without diminution, fni'' ting can find publish it convenient proceedings to doeobut.iItheyean'ttodo9i1auy meeting, HiUsborougk County;-we"had beodfed'fo'ev-
-ITCOt.VUTTII P S *** -' which have to contend. This is the "oT'the ;
- t '
wJ. influenced considerations save those we nmon called Know? Nothinp"-.whk.,,j3ieisth upon ft faithful- performance ontii pVv pect.that the triie.Democracy would be beB
; 1- can ;be byno wbichare centre from which every diverging heresy nlxrays i.., General Government of all thd dutie jnj''nei upon bow. .
- $1-. T.wfeich *iD.advance the welfare their of the fortunes.society They and always will branch forth. It also sliuwa that the resolution approves th< Platforu otprinclls" it by the Constitution. -- -- -- en"in the County election. The re urnSj,tow-

S j-- : *- wyolveiUneir topes"and territories better jud bstiuctiveaud distinctive differences between parlice the Nitional Know 8. That we advocate a high National policy, Such Election ever have'agreeably disappointed 'ft.
jEbet tte iabalTitants of the are adopted by .renasjlyanla ,h ,
interests in never die put,, although,they may;nauifest themselves as will afford stern and BCf Tering pjotf ction to the '
I gcs'of their ewn
grtvernraeot for.'tlicmsdvos;:the irienee34fp1Si0D very- questions which divided parties' at the very last June lu.addition t< tUIa. 'llieir American Citize wherever he'riioves. ill I through.} Tbe following is the official ri-
under organ the 9th'ins lia3 resfJteB in
tf mUeraway; legislating ,, on ; resiigtheKeSn
.3 t -fbat.-Ae formation of our Government. All classes :'desire the f '; : 9. That while we. proscribe np m4n on account of f' *'i : 1 t
': and'prejuditc plunder and General pleasure Government excise .welfare of our country but alldqnn pursue it aright.Partks the Sentinel.) points will} pride" to the his religion, and utterly' condemn any attempt to make to the1 .pe9rJic Qolonin. ..Ar- turn : _, *, : -1 .-
., of jurisdictltoh by the may diHcr to of/aHion for office t* >:. <- >l'-v 1 ii- /. l 1 v l "!d r- VJud '
otter tad Hlabgfcrous: pith regard principles not candidates of the New York Ktw.Nothings religious belief a teat political j we deprecate ofrrotee .. ;
crtf'wit it; by 'implication, with reopcctto objects. Federalists Baut men Tariff f all'efforts to exclude the Holy Bible as aTexf'Uook'ffonvotif nold Plurnme.Denocrathanddate; for & t Kor;.. r'; .,

-' : powers, wbieG the Democracy.of Btte with >thesewhopn rtrould be mwi sad the discarded Whig party, mea nt well, bat who were nominated in a seret Council, ': com--nort schools And institutions of learning GanaL CommisfiioQhaB been elected over pinion.Turman, Dem.,; n. ,. '.' 73,.
/tinriliaghshonld possets. agree ftisnow-eea and admitllthst inventions did the Protestant faith and rabfersfte ifonr .Jcje1 L. L4h:4: ; 34'i
[ good'
;. r sentinels! sL-itioned ottcjde a'hostile \f :
Cr temWrwl tribuoals. The policy of 1ocal'ief. not tbe.mischief of-/ulse guar4edl; to kppj .. Nich ls ,' th !crihdidt&of-the Fusids;l.yt -V VI
r prevent priuciplea. religious MUntJons., 'n: > .iiv:5 10 -. r,
; government has been a'dopted, and I believe there is'disposition We ., AV .have,but off the prying of tlie exelwtpublW',1! t; Iii "j 1t1D shejfl5 ;: --', i -
of all the cLisses of' Demo- reject LegUlatjvelegcrdtinain eyes ,,.10. Tftat.jvliile! wc shall everprotest! agHn! tranyabr'HJf : nt io r t Parker Dena. .
on the part onejHjtitiun 4o-CjUrlaw! maktrB-i J8,.to be let alobc. nient of religions liberty-holding U as a ,v: '. iftn Km T.L. 'rj::Tj4i/:: ; !< t < > :1.4 : Henry : <\f\ ,
car *
,"erats to'baVeit fairly tested, and it is demanded with Ud.f'.rogards the increase athe political nave ,$epureu a wree majojiiyi on oi4b4ot E. E Kendrick K.jN ... .,
: iierfeienee'iith lU We have 'onireliance' rurtgthd govej-nmr'nt, the intelligence 'diial) niaxlnV tha't religious faifh is aqtiestion between i A 4 11 < (. (< 5" 'l I f '-t ** ; ; ; ; ,, .- 147.;

r2 justice that there ebonld,be no olthp-poople bne source"at wtaldi, Ilni hiflnenceof: foreigners in the Uncd States as each individual and his God : we utterly tfonnernn any ia;the legislature- which gjvea .. jSrSenator' .4' V) : : '

'.. action It i is.from gratifying aoy;quarter the people of -the- State j to feel- honest, ''thiddng' ]&bnt of our country; .one hope. 'rour.workfeltopa 'a grcht nil and dangerous to tl stability'' of bargain efiL-ctal by any .politicsli party .ihrongW the ; i placo-ofXJooperl' 'Thiia' -gloirious' S..11biUips; c; .frM'?,l.s-fJJr.. '=d: ,4Cleric.
"b the kill of our piechauk] *;wne impulse :
; Frk-ts nd.Mkiistws.of thc..Gopptl.fof
/hat( ibis W Fwoce* the Jesuits -which they ouriistitutoiis"----ti'e] lh theyi.ite&pf; Circuit Court oi .- ;. ,.
via policy of the Teinrle for.our commerca, the untranuaeled enterpi'Ue of our "prouly points to its membersi and influence of the Church,as corropting.iii nctoryi'sltavving aintf aica'thiitf th great : -
I 'lelieve beat promote prosperity merchants; ou'e remedy fur moral evils, religion the for its tendencies dari and settlemeutin our'country as Asj-lum tp opprcBScd heart. Pennsylvania stiJI &ued'the"con
lavs-ef'emigratifln is -
> education! 'one object for.our >h"treal exertions, the be etrantonanced friend .. R HHardee Ki.N -t ItV,153
aid detenninabje as a- ix not to by any of our / u;*. ; I* .TLs." i 'vT/ I -V.'V VSti ; ; !
-- 4-oae1witry kxeAS known Jas from State? eomrmto good of our eat aA l< l*rwuS_oonntr : of all nations, and :wil1 cii GrfviHycotifer jtpon eivH'political' or religious institutions11. ,-.-(; utioiv and,.Jpatues boiuionjsm rusionisrnand 's'V
ti aL ig&ntsgq. .
.; _.i ritht* arepwrtpopulous.ixfixfitions. Tbej'go.fro dearer to *. I -, V immigrants! the civil privileges Snjoyed by That'UV.believe frorn-tlwodmplexio'n-of .Know.NotJbingiam:As elements abhorrent 'I.'i

_t 1 1" '; hkdlad.* The census pf !Silo"fehOTV6'ibut.thepuHu ., The.Steamet"Malson." Aiuencan citizchs T-thaf f s1, theyVrfJ cheer- cal' parties is dtiued.t-thc.fc-th) :the,next that Presidential a crisis i approanhingwhIch. electiopto -to the peace and prosperity of the* Country S Le'vtiL rer, 'K: -N.I ./' J 1J8
exceeds that of tbe Sooth 4- .
reference 'co1omr
*. woa1 ol the North By to oar advertising "
: 000,000& :' Its annual etcels" of hxrcase is 350,000. other matters .of- interest, he, fUJI"C-CnLtflUtLLk ,,tie! 'hands of \foreigiiers" test the'treflgtb-onr political initntions and in order In the last election, 'the?K/N8 'earned' the Coroner j ,'!' ''"-

eI&s peppistion to the s the tp .
1 i : '. the acre.w alxait three-fold found notice of- new Steamer --Madison power ; the 'fourth rtsoiution uf thd'Georgia Plitforropf V: _. i : .. *
t-Talua thd of ba its Soiti.estatey.tje unenjed
'. States-isleareri'n5m( -the slave State* draper, than 'No.doubtfcut that tho' .Counties, adjacent jby6d" by'them!' WhAt'n stupeAibusly conceived ,.i; [''That Georgia, in judgment, will and oughtito ii V. .,,;-;t.t"M. jEaeeaji"T"1- .. ;i .; M..C.'rBrpwo Dem.', '1Vra

v "bfljeTertrtorie?. IntbeeUve Stats, berifcring.on the JUvw; will 'con&clt' their .introt--aiid resist, e1n? (n* a last resort) to. a"4isr.tipti! h of wrery Ohio leave& F.M/Durrance, VV ,,1
A 1 remedy! for Uie dangers \fnrcign in-' ito; \ihich binds'her'tjJ the Union", any-action'of. F Thrlatest-intelligencefroxn flO- -' "
the.Territories, the pubBclu: Under the gradunt n their J/ut, the interest Bj.Mctolj, -.171 ;
only own private
> in the District of Columbia -'
yli lower than tfibe Terri '' grcKi'BpoB the Biibject slavery doabt'of the-election:of Chace Fusion candidate -
laws be bought for price ; 4-
can .lluonce ,
WmJ.Withgs .
j t'reJuceJrat of the istato at large- and Jenda hclpihghand'toxvards -. V. or in inbjcct tothejoriadictionof / .
Leld ,
# .tories. Most of uWelfnd* thus The.Uth to with pncta for Governor, by a large majorjty.- ..Thesamoi Jolw; 'T. BSWK. N i J375
t "ar 'o the >e8tqn lit>- The 'p 'nulition ofMisbouri, tlieM-ncoiiragemcnt oil Uie.uaV; ia.'ioppQsed any.inlericncc pre6S4noompa ible with the safty domestio tranqcil- .,: ;

:- f; 'itliau: ai a'gr'eitw tbftri that of the sir New Ragt igatioti of, this b niitifnl strbafii; jxud tlio adjoining the'Vested fights ofall; porsons, whier of.na- ity, the rigltfa and honor of the slavcholding States ; faction*'have' also carried 1. the Legislature., J..PIeMull-eni," -- $141Joe1Kiighi
slave .between sla t ii I ii ni'' Jl
blI Statete, is less than Iowa 700,000.WiSconsiu.' and it -'rt.ifiu-Tbe;COM,4ir xjountierof oar- gister Stato; Georgia, tivfc: or foreign birth," while 'their Hitors fill or any net Stairs sg'p'prc'ssin'gi'the,-or fni-any1 refusal to-admit as a'state ehbldin As.. in P nnsylyanja ,tjbierftvas ,a.Fusionj>f'Abolitionism 138
tbatof &r
far below albore
ictease ioArkansas andTexas is still le.6s.on each square certnihly'will
: Sl 7 these'l'aesauid not be eati -' .wagpns and mules that ire constantly J J ,I // 'I..selves thcrt'in.or any act proliibitiag-theintroductioR; of ;
Jfo-bnVeaolook'at 'Gonveoiron wbieh :
I # in abuse. .of the .admutration the Democracy; Electfons areyetj'tobebelf!{ as W-
fibwl3ktTtk 7istit*
:.; '-the popuktica of tbe Iforth cver'tbat of the South, and -advantages of ;a good river &ud excellent respecting the vested lights" A a ftw or in.any act repealing or mawriafly modtying'thelaws nominjtted' CHacQ, terd-'wp.s'a'eontroflin' ; lows.:: '

1j' *TriU & year gtr three times the pppuUtwa required boat -Tlio Bnaii-Hte Bianner. f.wag: adopted citizens .and- appointing ,//hem ,..toofiicb now That in force in for the-of recoveryioffugUive'slavcs.theect5onaf'aspect ] niajority of the dark'laptes .order," and, they S LouiatJon4aj V VV .
tout4da &;State:4ai-.duii i6n Into'' the Ujiiun, 12.: we, spite ePpolitlca -- v tl *lj i 'i : fj" i ** *
: : wbHe the"South, wderhe influence of climatesj pro- cming cotton to* market.: found,;..by*((2i}>eri- !ti / -- parties at tieoftbaroanLmata&t1the'bopethat alono yare, fof.hia.electipn.: QnIho 1 isippiJHbnday, Novembers. ,,

.4i. t'aiictioM and Institutions,' is inipcrfijclly settled,and its ence,:to ba'ttiore; ciperiuwiiin /tlie eud:than i i there i ia a till there. a Luge ring Seutizmitoqnasr- Barael, ticket running-Avith-him, theyplaoed1 -> ett, Yorjt, Toaa4ay 1pvenb r -

?4 L !udter-nombers are bat thinly scattered 'over its exP by steamboat or rail way the pauters! there Tho 9th proscribes? no:Joan! (<4 acc'unt'of] vatism and nationality : that we believe,thatthier are W tacoin, Tueayoveinb; : -
other. -
'for .State offibekr -
; rnembert'
dd'territories. i his at the North,some good men and great'men- ilbmeVJiigs''some eight of their
t f fore, are.offired greatindtroernents to bend religion, and.uttwly cwn. nit ny attempt Mayanddnesday jvqm i 7. -
,-Iti9 ybui4tb4 'n jaKaMas ar inconsis- \ J>emociratsahd! ; iomti 'AttieViiian*, who thiai itKe sfiH'Ja!'a'IR f'.NdtKng*
1 their down tlie.SuwaunceJliver. .
; of present 'crop 1 t.fllakl4 religkms belief &:trtfor4ceandtt : aid' sebtiotul influiynoo Massachusetts,,1krn 1ay-.Nv4mber2,
vast to lotal prjunices '
:; i tjBjtvjthlbesa vaejrs,! -Tber.e is ft amount rising superior T jU >->v i ;> v i
-i jBwsappreuenskMJ wjth jfegard to'occanTenees in that reCioo. Capt Tuckerhas epeut large amount of> the sanie'time'thtir'Rtnmpers and' of have concurred in in the construction this boat and i ; < -- *. thatvuwil.act with
Two classes Agitators money raise aliullalo 66 at the nt oFCzth. quh, an4we; do ereideclw Cit* aJi4.P'nit.l. ,
Xtb,Ir Uurt8 toereate tb*> false views.; Oii.'atthe h'h hoped "fie -will not' ..permitted to be ) |appoint uqpartyraiCtbe North, and, sapport po man for thor V The,Athena ((1.) I1q4
tbtf a sectional rftC5 '! their lers'niany who is hot k'novvi to bo trn'e'to''tb fConstlrudoij'and ? $'i i, ,. '
;rtk: SatA to pwdnc*tiwimpreMttoq par- the 8ufRrerj but> \that: suitable ,r iuuaeraivilijbo < tOnfliQC.. -wlj'tlo in Presidency, adulterated .abolitionist in the of ChasLJ -
South wbile certainiteifor'office ndmuintain person
themselTd ibld -
ionp taires$f fbe shall pkdgd td by iiii - :: -
.rui tymut ti awarded liini ju the them least have taken th like.uito *4 -* -
/ at an
: ;
ip'Mfesouri. wish to ujngnify tbeirtb n1 ; / wqy- a ; ) tho'xlsting laws on the subjeei !of slsvqry u M, Georgia'Election.TWMflle'dgevillo .- :; Wheelfer'"thfr"eaitor-bf/tfKBOw{ Nothibg *
t.i > South.;, Tbe violent-and''inftimmat'ytbeloaraals liberal patroisa.ge-3fadissm J/ew.pcf: 13.; the following,wiiich repentant uow-.Nqthjing j9a final and_ oafluit ffttltme [tf.jtfat .tub- K''i&ffthe' pnttishel at"Fldfcncie'Ala. *
napeV jna
elaeies to Recorder ( contoversy1
both stir
of designed and 4n .
-V ject in spirit i1aflce. ,
,(_LJ tInDW4.mod pataud reic-pablisbed with obvious BUaIsqFIE8- / ir NJE w Y<)& .- Te Her- In 'Mississippi' saysls" .wl' he took. -in : 13. That wo believe- the preservation_ of this*'tlnion '1th1ay/ : ; tr, -ot ,ill uie::IkCr4I{ > wt.tynejer4stare- J'rt.tF ?

1 iious.d thnetba BMst pflcpsive seotimeuts aW'of .., ,tli, Stc.,_ : a.. Is at"I "bbjct ofpatdotib tIeiTe MK J -Elttfle hearted j r outh'forthe.
iThlrigfe Jajiyears.
lastj _
Tucsdaj. fcays: > ; .1 :! V the resaof hq hadbeen fciath9; :
uunitiesthey ;
the 3cTV-e ;; :
t't 1._. -> ,.. .,, -f'Aqd. .further,Ihatijv'qu: will of Void forany.J AmerIoiinnd tho4l4montofoIleryUg :
'd; ogate-ucrix4t look -flash5 times, again, in this city, .c'itzenftto] 11 l offices of sona: a ;J4onor Iiwitl tho.Ute lo
i "ITh rhA.1eei hperbwLt kM1IS' h some ribhvf thstancRflgi the'short crops iziiE rope. itrpativo.bprnj 'ex us, a.pbj -q .the ExocuUYe Depr4inen ,' ndaredouj6tieaa3civmbet.Qf rjer* iSkrConoordirNfliin
Icf'iKe ision'of
ID others. Hutilisbuildi bonorr trust or all atCam
.trge. profit t : an qb
; { fdB1 H&'cbdteli jer.decIarouuc,
I, 'The focthrUflnIflg'WIth iitrthgwi vote { ?
ciyis JLWan pqledJqnagteceive4qf!
i -1 cor1Wb,1&Qle [
Of old, gut-ourl'eo1nmna ? a11fp foriguer .flid. Roman atholfts. i jet actdeairttbTh4 layi/ oi.oiiV[ rt i I4ctions ) this 18&e4fr, ; b.| yme'WKW,, vAy
States ieW pepplo( pwijcuhzr, arid ShQU1IyOt.pFOV uuttutw.byyQTh"VtlJfl and support tha liian fof the Piwdt eyotisoi -dspotnL V'. the-m! : 'i 10 --'
crowded With but ) fc 'bhsic4 taletxsi taortl-worth and ;poUti&.intec deoa Andro va.43,721,jir.Owmfl6Lt ing !7cf >* #' ,
hay S" ii'4i -
s anempbyedtheroerchanU thriih'outh afford:Jib* tlota4oWiI1d r -3 Y91W9 mjqity qei.Juge'cjwfl thti& -convicting hU $l44l&tians
I .I 4.tif41ie ? 4'tb sm.ti1iave1enitrdftnptiey iqflj.te ,d4rercritsockti u-
poIe to1 li4ut--bvery'Onfe $ WJ.W'"rH,fsrirf wr- te,9 ; ; d at o1iJ'c1
.Lt.i d 2ie espio1rznd f (eountyi* ita. Itidtt $ as 'nendtqrtho meat apeuE4in to principles of Ui 1efera.i iso .
JU 'iir| i tNiuKJ xer'niqt1t tllrT J btisw'J4: --- :- ,. -
,h'Lb ai 'f ItflUttOb1
qoeitioa of>Uv rT4.would be. somewt suprii T by "tT1 thti'baronietr opupJio'piepeiityf Me ;T f4Pfhtlve kOII1t. (U MaiafdBli04 *J bfZwkfLaabo ;t edt (ii)

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othiagi Q.in all Its odioup.fer tr'tore -'- ii Ji Stea ec Vandtfrfatfrim'ifev1Qtle n'I** 541 5( '14 -B rCBorton Crack nL', '- tobsa1 *rticli;: elf le and will be daily reeUinj.sth by nwly Ttfj.-w _

h'iU gafaslb'firtAH f ifgMli&8 ,-Aufitrift.ftill dcsirea o.mMuftcbeUigercntsV ? sa &ytS JW-aE4 ;: j-; '" -'* *?< T" ftg- I Fan**' 5.u: :5 1 --> t-T *<. .' J. qmffily an\l sttlfiej! ;;ut pric ;'Th3* to tdnot en aeL 'Wi dmnptioa.otfooda BatTlatrrt atyl ,TSa1ties omtjatktt fa 1
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;jiiaSecret Lodges,and affiliAtdCouncils, .,__ 5- iw 5 Orteana-' ; -i I 'TO"TariaTe'by- PilofW.d; S which he feels' as5tircbe win below iblrfe wl>atf .
'e # tct.t1: 155 CLEARED :!O' :Navy': M hI1 duee the and colors, -* iy. ) ,.
ctti hiWh the .S Ocii4&, Ilfl, nat. foriexitFtb≺ of wiotry wdStrrT5ospUof tlwdaUst.ityn!
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teat : R. IL ERR!. Silk ;
?" > *" YVit185equre : fc but also'to tnosewho'rha"veV !n''deaJ5rijf' trfrh'Wtnfor
>T **i11* t\C A Fkiida N In htst issue OetIIBrig Sampson*llorraj, iNtw, Ribbow w aa&lwtntifuC
Eifo r:: your Bonnet ,n
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eefftfly-.ibe oslos, -obligations, .109 ;''thC4' in5 This bale*cotton,25 do. Sea Island;do,,J jearji. All those --visaing. ptjrchitM"we would Satin and TafeU Ribbon," .' ., 5 ,

gs&nd1s1p1ine- grlp ndign5 :an1 you 1vi..thert4tof; ( cotton yams. 4 do.wool, 42* tobacco,1 box Dry Crdodsr, per Asa Fish.CALTCp .- a'd.vrs ;fo ailafld ei lhete.tpjeridld -' : Black and colored DotUd 'Vei1RigetsandMan1a
fnc'orrecfly\Allow! 'nj0'tq S Glaee.Ch6 atiaPWd -
cprrcct .
County ehandine bbla. beeewaw. J do.tal w,400 bsp&] S ; tripdJ .
passwords;.*od:as regards its.Jsauiug and a..TOtred .- TOU.-3 i -, ,: .1 i tarpentindn 82 do. rosin,.160.dry bid fl, X bear skins, ,<3lnrf inIri h LiMn, Damask, Diaper; 'Sotid and Plafd "Brocades; "- 5 5 I Embroidered linen cmmUic, fladw.m 5- ,

Kims of National ftrid" ; State* policy* >r There -wrre-batitwo candidates i in, the field I bide Ains. i T e : Kentuckr'3nns Wtnte-tad'Red, Szttjnett Flannel,'Bleahed Kersey Sbntins, Lrne -, Gro do'Rhinca" ".aud Black- 8lks SI ; '; of alTprkta and Colcnes and Extracts, assorted,, _
"' '' 5 T I 'M SimpkinsVcar quLities
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'Theformer, the.inere paraphernaliaj of fluro.rnery who'krb\red'thepnncijjles of-theKnow Nothngi .16.' Schr.,i Ella Fisky1 S -( Unblicbd Siirthe. ttpee and plaidiWoThen'a Black and colnrcd Velvete, ; Hair Brushes and ComI.uiiortdj. .

andhnmbngi; intended tp cajole, to'be; | ,.The vrere.Ttbberts Tdf'Assernbljniati \j 'TEssELs.iN PORT; Hen'sBoee flankre1efsBupe ; Solid- and plaid Cashmeres and-HerboM, > -> Aiac-rIad Gingbaws,1at4 st; ,

.and and:Main.for.Judge.pf Probate.. They\were K flarkt: : fc H.Gamble Powell;'Asa Fish Wolf d13tittons&e.FQt- Wtrby ; 1LBERRT. Sol4 plaid, and. figured Dels ine*. /, ,*-I S. Yrenchwl n1ib Plati4t.atarlei ,,-,
guile *od io tie down.ihe.iionest'cinzfn defeatedi-jvfll'hc Deniocralio andidateforx'.ksessor. Bri s E. Re'mihfft-in,' Sawyer; Mystfc.Tish. ,- 4! Embroidered, plaid and black AlpacoU! Aa.sretLIrii! Lanea :'L *r
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S Ro.e..andirdsye Diapeii
latter intended Scbxs. W.4t. J pttaFaicfUi'EmBDa'Murray.OBITTIAEY. 'Blact Bornb J' !-
of his free ageneyth ; nnes,
and 'Collector elected.
depriw 'was __ Damask. Bruwnsndeaebctt
: Table ,, ,
P SLUSSER Mohair '
to undermine finally fcreakdrd The, C1 Hand ;Sheriff elect- throughout the S S d S Spanish Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloths, :'Bleacbed and Brown !_ t?. 5 : __ jOsnaborgs >

tUutoni1' bulwarks erected by theFathers canvass ,demed having any. connection with Black iid colored ina'iil 'Talatsi/ '- and.Ifed. Tk&pg.*,, v' 8J1
the coo At'Iiis re'sideoce. nt Bel Air. on Tuesday, A good aasorip ntjflaniiels, _
elected independent Talmas. .
of the Know Nothings, and were as Eflgliah phisbed : ;
of.the Republic,,for-the protection had been 16fli insL Cola JpUN; PARKHlLTj in bk 70th yenr. MAXUFACTTRER OF COPHEBTIN AWB SIuET IXttted: and embroidered! laos Vifls, ', iSoliil. ; Fools Crtp.lLctter and Note Pap rPw Penailf,
candidates. If the issue
cAtken of e\ery clime and of every religion, "Mark.thq perfe'n RERAIL plaid and figured Bareges, ,Envelopes and Wafers tc, tc... S

the with made Know Nothing anti-Know Nothing the. end of.tbat manS is peace." DEALKiMX PLAIN, FANCY AM> JAPAED B1aCkand colored SbaHeya, : ; Large. asK>rtu> l<.ofrO_ as i ;""nd Boys Basd7

*ho ImVs Ws destioy Republicanismand throughout the result would unquestionably WARE; S WeUh Silk and jr oazal Elamuls, S v -,. -- ,., .- made Gin bin of th.4M estyIa

religious freedom on our soil, Know have bqen the eletiozitof, tliev whole Democratic Corrected Nptice.resbytery .- 5-4 5 -Red aod yeQow Flannels, >>ru Gent VaU iCIhGaiters. *
clerk S Flannels of all colors. -, th; > --., -'*. a ?.,> /
Nothingism, in its inside forms and its out- antkKnow Nothing ticket. The of Fldrida will meet Steve Ilend-Qunrtcrs. Opera <* : Boys Sho*. of all fcioda : ?. '
Erench erabroidwed bands
5 English and 5
Know .lhitigi3m.iii its elect is a Democrat, but opposed the nominee atTboinasviUea.. on Friday Novomber 2d, 1853.at'7 A SPLENDID.asuortment Cooking.. Parlor Lace and linen.C.Ha dketcbiefs, Ladic4 Kiti Slippers.w w UCk ,, S
tide developments the The' sheriff elect is -Whig, L3 and Wood Stoves trimmad with : S 'd ,.4 welt.,13u111z1a _
pf party IIENDEliStated$ neatoess S Emb'd Collars Handkerchief and tTnderslesvei =. ,
alike! o'clock. P. M. HOMER SS
bternal discipline and designs, rejected but denied connection ;with the K.-X.'party ( S .. Olerk.We .,r5U4 durability, at rednc'ec! prices. SS ; i Embroidered Chemoiatt and.11acttes,. bkok and brown jistingOaiterl, ,*,, _
condemned in Georgia. The vote is stated iou the <}m Door IVdrk. Blue brown and! Veil -'i S ." f dxed ; ,
tad as above ; may rely on correctness -'-_ Sc S green Barfges, U '* Tie,, ," )4 Sa
but tf Imperfect indication of4he popular disgust of this statement ., -- Roofing. Ornamental Front Head Guttering. Cop Black love Veil*, -., S ,. Calf SLoea and lav -
2 are authoiized to announce CoLB. M per end -Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet S Thread, Cotton and Linen Lacce :,4: / Ligb qiaxer "rt
with Know for the Yours. OeaU half Shoe .
Kothingism during <
; PEARSON as a CBncTidntc for, a? oeintc Justice of the Zinc, Lend Pipes, Patent Cistern-Pomps.- Shop wek Cambric and Swiss edgings aad-I&ertini_ "*-? ,.* I -

canvass it cHifted Its 'attitudes mid changed DEMOCRACY TRIVXI'IIANTL'I' ON t' MARCH Supreme Conrt of Florida, a't the election in December of every variety done at xhort.notice. Bobiaet and ,MantiUa Laces,. ?. S r 'fiae.CasstOKre.Hali SiUBata, S S

its'colors; and reBoTtedto- adroit'palliationsindiflerentjocsilities Georgia hag Jiautd the. arpurr.ont" next, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the-denth of: rCity nnd/Coiuitry Merchants, Colored Curtain atwLDress Jlerinoes,, Calicoei,. t .' Qe&ta. and. Boys Oapa.sj'sorte an3 '* ttobii \ her respectfully invited to give men call before S Italian Cravats and
by> S Sp purchasing
in the State, to, meet ev againtKnowNMhiiIgisrn, Doaglai" : f"WE elsewhere.J3 Embroidered Lace Curtains, /: Scai'F
Silk Stocks and .
Denio'cratic. by 'Gov. Hcr chel] S :\Vtite.j3lftck.flnd: slate hoiiery,.
arms giving:
of the local sentiment.' It shpwed N.'B. All Articles mannfactned from the '
: AL
ery V.Johnson.about 5000 oFitv. In I&j'.ihis are authorized to anoounce'Jndje A. L very .White and black silk;]K maj ,
best material and van-anted durable. No other article Collars. _
anti .
factitious and Oent bhicjc aad col'd IDd Glover
thas in counties strength Ladies ,
some a majority was only 510. We( tilutcli the "VVOODWARD aa a candidate for JwCceoftbega. -will be offeh-d for Sale. iliases oolored. Kid Gloves' ... "" 5 All of -wLlchre will sell as lowp any boiwia,

Jo some counties it was bolstered up by the hand dour gallant Southern sister aaid vel- prme court, in place of the Hon. Thomas Douglas, de- October 20, 1865. 4fc Ladies and Gents back anti Kid Gauntlets, Town, either for cash or'approTed S "CttdJt.* ,

noonlaritv'and influence of men who. while- come her to "pyramid of States which nr e.r d. '! S OctobrlS, 1855. 41 -S September $2,18fi3. 'JS "
Havana Plan Lottery .
allowed. now being builtnp for the Constitution. We S .5i.2' 5
profeesedly not ancti ung its principles, S I
shall make every effort to place .Pennsylva Notice. JASPE& COUNTY ACADEMY Gentlemen's Trimmings. t4oth1ng. 5

S .themselves to be'nsed in its behalf. ida by the side of ( Georgi.ij.bocause arc persona indebted Io the subscriber for the UNDER SHIRTS, of Silk, Wool, Cotton, &. received p.WU1ISUAUYd an &uort J

Again, side issues were suddenly sprung up the Conservative States North and South and ALL 1854, are requested to call and settle their LOTTERY. ul s'B"I -, .; t. mont of Fall'nd Ctng oouoisting cit
eaih ,otherwise, before tbq let day of Linen bosomed Shirts, a great variety,both plain fancy Blnek ClolkFrock Ctts, Black doe ikinPaTd
accounts by. or ,
mind from the rrrain i
distract the
around the Constitution 1 fl
to public will both be fdund'rnUying November the unsettled Accounts of tbi date will be and ruffled, : r .5 -Fancy{Wmtr*Coats tad--Tinti/ f i V 3I'

question. Prejudices against Gov. Juhnscn whenever it is assniled. Since Vir- placed in the hands of .an officer for collection. It i isalno MACON, GEORGIA. Calico, enecked, ftriped Shirtfl, ..Satinet ; .? ., ,, ,. Ii

of relations and gixia bid the Black Ivniglit to btgoue on it-qut'strd tliat tliose indebted fi-r tIiepi-eentvear TPUIS LOTTERY Is conducted on the plan of the Heavy Hickory Shirts, i ti,1drti, Culiars, DFae &aMl.oncastyle
growing out pa-t paity party closeribrir Note Cash be J_ of llavaai. number and Super Rusk Gauntlets for Salf'SeernLe185& $
his errand of mischief, to the regions of daik-: will call and account i* by or uRuyal Lottery single -
coiftests, were appealed to, and \vih: effect.iIurepres .- I fire the It-t dav of January next to avoid coat jind drawn at Concert Hall Macon,.Oa. undei4he sworn Buck. Dog Skin, Kid and. Cloth"Gloves,
I-ness, every State that bas held an election, expense of suit TII03. P. RANDOLPH. | snperuitejuienee CoLGeo. 51 Lg1uaTidJas, A. NisrUt Silk Pocket HJkfi, Linen Cambric d<>. : :: i.-
\ nt&tio s-and distortions of facts in
has gone fcr Democratic print iples and the October 20, 1855. -- n 4'-4w | Enq....Grand Scheme for November Sib, 1855, Travelling Shawls;Collars, Braces, Stocks. :_

regard to the management of the State Kail : Constitution of the Union. Fc'juisyhanian. When Prizes? amounting toQcQQ Indeed every thing in this line that can be wanted, New Fall and, I1M
COFFIN & J'RINGLE Landing from the brig Mystic, and for sale of course
road,, were plentifully circulated in pamphlets Battle Mlth Mexlcaps.and Indians. KcNAUGHT 4 ORMOND. T? ECEIVED pec Schr."W. H.Haiard "fr6mltiiriVYork

.and handbills, and votes were,tufluenced there -5 Nnw OxiiE\ys, Oct. 16.: F' c :EL S CLASS G. Iewpcrt; October IS, 155. ''; 41 S ;*-I-r. : r-
S f'"'
by. But with al! thesis drawbacks! the>entiment Charleston, 8C- Ginghams, Caticoes. BIanlteta.'Kcr8ef ;'
Advices from Galveston TTtle; 'dtstribtite ? '
bring cfoZ1oeiCapifas. f'
** NT"conE:7n'ment3 LONG and SHORT STA- Plains Plaid
\ : "A : of Hoots aftd Shoos Georgia Liosejs, .
Georgia has been gpokenwiUi crushing a batfcla .on the,4fh inst, at.Eagle Pass, between X3L PLE COTTONvand oilier produce, will meet 1 Prize of.12.000 I Prize of..tS.000 :TI ADIES S KiJ Jenny LBaakins S KntuCkfJe&U.wt1dr S

effect against Know Nothingism. Capt Callahan of the, Texas Rangers with tlitfir- btrt ftlUution. Reference can"be had of 1 .. 3.0001 .'.. .. .- -2,000 .I.4 Ladies ,Ties, SS White .andr
'and.700 Mexicans and Indians. Four Texas JAMES N. LirscoiiB/SIadi on County, or R. E. Dcau, 1 '-1,500 .. : .; ..',-1,200 u w, walking Shoe. Cotiea nod iJn'en Osnajburgn,
Georgia responds to the glorious voice ol Fla.' 1 11,006 l.OOfl S Bra. ShJtii hid -
and 40 of the were killed, when the Quincy ; Black.:eloth.Oaittrs, Sbngi, :
enemy '
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Old Virginia. She stands by her southern S latter retreated. S October 20, 1855. 42-lra 10" S 40010" -1M f PruullBuskiofl, S .. Bleaphad Shirting*and Sheetings. ''
12 ; 12020 LOC 14 a Bleached JBrown Ca&tco PlannaIs, S

sisters, J fbrth Caroliuia, Tennessee, Alabama Capt Callahan calls on Texas assistance. NY GOODS Co ?. d. 5025S of. ; SJ & S S S BooteM, ,,JMens SS14 -Ioue1in deL ine S -5 5 .:t

: and Texas. She repudiates Know Nothing- to exterminate the Indians, who say they are 23 Approximation Prizes oi 8M uip peggedBrngana. -.,, --- &zzO S 4-

istn, with its oaths and its obligations, its determined to kill! as they go. Tltf Captain TOWIJE&.MYEJ: .451 Prizes amauittn 'to !50,000.Only '10.00C'craiuJten. SI" lined and BErc aw. -: French Work d Collars,
'*" drawn at each and S'I BIaCkEOUSh Crepe llav, .
was expectingranother attack. n receiving ri>y rent Ercry.Prize dnnring1 "calf Boots, 5- 5-
Northern associations, its 'prescriptive serrti- : S S ARE from New Yofkafasli.ionableaud paid ',XKh J d
men! tad Us.narrow minded intolerance, as40Bcongenial VIRGINIANS FOR KATVSAS.-A party of about _-_ veil selected stock of strictly confidential, Draxvlnjjs sent to'orders. Registered "' -- II waterproof Boots, Gentlemen's p1aiz and print.aa' JIac4A, 1
S I letters at ray risk. Bill ofl all solvent Bauki sewed and pegged shoes, Cambric and Swiss tdrVaod; naertijga.. 1
Southern emigrants from and Cul- Watches and Jewelry, .
Southern to
to liberality, fifty Rappahannock at par. Boys calf pegged Boots, French working Cotto r -

interests, to civil and religious liberty, and pepper counties,:Virginia, left AVasjiington, in Consisting of gentlemen's gold bunting levers, ladies Whole Tickets $8 ; Halves fi ; Quarters S f 2. kip pegged lined and B Brogans, Stamped Collars and Bands for thTde. S

the former county, last ."jMonday, bound ior gold lerers. silver lever; bunting, aochor, Jepine and Address JAMES FI WINTER. IL. U tinbonnasGenti /. Patent Xtnen e- --

-to constitutional rights. Kansas territorj' They are said to embrace that the South pins and earrings, uuckloces, gold and jet crueSPS October 1855. and calf 'ALS5O S
Xow the'propec.t brightens, 42. : jGoat
number of fa'mrlies/but.it inOrt stated whether
a borwm pins nod lockets fur hair and daguerreotypes S Pateol leather shoes 'Bonnets and'BotnetRibboBf, '
may become, on the paramount question of they were accompanied by slaves,or whether ;- gold and hair bra -lets ; a large asaoitinentof Blankets, Plains, Kerseys. cloth toP Gaiters, S 'French Artificial flowers.S '? '

.the4 :" onopirtyand one people." the fifty were all whites*. hue plain! diamond, ruby.-penrl and g met, onyx and BALES Blankets. S CblUs ancle S tie; Sho a, .. For sale by G. & 3MOJI13.S S
cornc-Uati/.finger> rioga ;'gfntletun'd diamond >ms ; )' heavygrey Jo Mackinaw do. CU'lJa and Misseteoluraa and Black cloth GaKer ptenber9. I85 _. Z9.t it '_ .
would l e a curious'chapter in S hfslory'if S sleeve buttons, pldn cameo, obyx and cornelian : ,a ,1 do. Plantation Russets," -_ -- -----5--
brown Plaius
"The Connecticut town meetings, in a great yoiioty ofrtuh, fhe giild. vtst, f')!) aud guarIcbaiao S S Ii ka-black and ""Georgia "Woinan3l Buskkia
the present Murat should become King of..Naples. Do, Georgia rolled Kersey, ip pegged '
of the heard from have jeals. :ke-Jold And giver au'J pencil ca- -
large majoritr towns ; pn 'I .4 Bootees. : .
During the reign of Louis Philfippc this Rocky K Fard nd t and silvrthicIZile. rctv.eT.
s .
resulted favorably to the American party. 'Fpectaclc6rgi Atkley and LouLmHe do. All of which will bfn sold low bv leT* '
individual kept a boarding-house in the United ;. S :: .. -. /. ; : DAVID a'wusoir/ Y5brk, 5r-u.- 5RkaicivaJo4r.i
: of and .
SS AJBO-, an assortment Unseys plaid plaiuLanJiag ; .
Sachisthe.rep6rt"kindlysentOTpr the wires States, Fine Cutlery and Gtins. October,12, 1855, 41
from brig Mystic, and fur sale by S 5- Black and Green Teas,, S
the '3t"is S Dinner nod breafifast" kirfvrt"withont f- rks knives McNAUGllT fc ORMOND. S S S
.by" KociwNothing telegraph rep ztr. Two cf the danghters the'lKte' Professor S < ; Tobacc.A" CrnshVd; and Povdecd Sugar
and forks irftfttf; eiuyeTB ind tUrl single, fine pocket Newport, October IS* 1865. 4 1 and LmswdOlTBurnmeFJnW '
false of course. The Hartford Tinhes of
; Webster,,who was execne 'for the murder of cutlery, shears, scissors and razors ; fice double -. }!(JOwoitroecf*I vamoca. apiroied J3 Spec andjBtar Gkadl .

Thursdayevening gives ;returns froniO2tows Dr. Parkrhars, hare piarried. into'-the family barrelled laminated steel and stub.. Urist guns1 comDJon Clothing S ; 2-1 among them Bob "Stewart's,"Wlez's 4j9or,: Soap, Starch,*TCble&fit TbSer aad ;

,' 'which' elected town 'officers as follows of Mr. Dabney, in Aniqrican, ..aVFayclpfgreat gun 'etptTpo.uchea io(! various pltep fiipd CLOTH Fw*Coats, Jock*j Club,>and Rough and Rea 1' ."4aoa% (ewea', vatOiLi v r l -'bd. n SS
hjflnence and JT0rtuDPric \ ; comraort powder fla6kB'clcanmg/rods"E lj'' p jfind BLACK Sacks m >
;. .- /, wad', wad,cutters, aid materials for gudsmhbs. Tw/eoa ,' do..' S Ho/ ; S saie by McNAUGHT OJUZOND. : > and Ready and Pig T.ki .l

Democratic,. .. .. .. . 11 ,f Silver and Plated Ware. Hunting Cst, Newport, October llfe-JSttu' 41 Candy &&, ,i.1S
in New Orleans Oct 10. .
Know Noting? .. . . .32Fcsioa.J Silver table,'dtsert and.too.spoons, silver /orks.'wrap S Vests, of various materials rPitntaloona S : Iothtug and tlersey.. .ALSO-i. S S S

S ) .'. ... .-. . . .7f \ Superfine Flour,.7J-' a 88.00 ao'l i "cn-arnladle.y butters and pickle knives, plated of various qualities. / AVID. 'CL WILSON is now openin1a'arg **- .8 M Fine Hiracna Ggafv, ;f "* S
Over Coats ,
forks nd ,;u-wterer castors, cake and frtiit-baskets Superior D 1 &rrerotscutfrlorid.n'oT: toot -
: .. . : ... .: ;; . vo\ : spoons S sortmentof "
whig. ,
Extra 88.00 a 3S5 electro piatod tea-sets and communion strvict, Pilot and Mohair dci. S --, .:. ; > S S j5 I : t.AtSO.S .

Divided,. .. .. .. . ..14 Bacon ;Sides,. 135c a 13 J bntt rr sn air. and-cream dishes, chamber and parlor Blanket Over CoatSvand Jockefa, eUx, etc. Gents plaid and fancy cassimere paita, 5 &
-AnAeso Sbo
Anti-K. Nothing and uncertain. ..2 Shoulders,. .,. ... Hc. flower baskets and brittannia
The "large majfrity- will be seen, is Hams, . 12.e a 16 ware.MIsccIla.eons S October 13. 1855. 41 SolidaadfancyLdYeats, : .

.tmfaroraWe} to.the$: Nothing Lard, ,. ..; lOJc.a 13$ Articles. ,. 5- I'' frS M jj4- ;;. S
pafly- -S
,. ; .5 Ladies )etj'cu! aiehd\ work boxes pearl.Berlin "
Mess Pork, per bhl.,. $21.50 a 22.00 i $ jm.Shoe8 andfloots. Black ati S SS EwM
The yliafelfr''inf' 'would hare made the dis"pajxih.exadly iron, and morocco port repnaies, pearl canl.-c.ase.,, o. t f Cloth ail'esa oat .
Prime '' -. .. r817i and jBOT Shoes and Boots : S .iit L.u. -f TB -
S S : ---P. a tjeads coral necklace and artnlatsj jet ,bracele WOMEN'S .'' Ja
rjU; MEN'S. 'Tweed arid "
'Qorrect. -xSugar .V. .. .-.i .i.- S 4 c a 8 neckbces.'knd bosoih'pins',napkin rings, hair and too'tJ( Mystic. For sale by 'f.McNAU.GJIT .. .bosom1 Shirts., .'*"- NwYox S -

Molasses, pergal.,. 25'c a> r30.Whiskey brushes, hat revivers, ehell buBalo," iniIarnbberirnd A ORMDfD.' "; iferhro "Undershirts, "-' ,Ij/ *
OiieWeekLaterftomEurope. SABV4L ,, .. .S. .* 35 a a 374 ivory.combs, china and wax' dolls, razor"strops' 'and Newport, October 13, 1855. .41 -S -' SUk'S ? 5 TrUST' receifed, and a'e nojrtDaVe m store*"' oq ottfs,

*- **,- & O. money belts, cigar c ge* eathcrde; i e rs. patler and ;rf ShirVStttfan,*Ac, &e.n '-- -' :.' lots o thte4nththfsnErket
. ,
Jiope, 7Jfc a UiIndia' EpJres2JoOJ Out. ; !>; S.
rJv. v. : .
door bells bjohiBimiQ l&ss add' china and bas
: vases 'Also
ft large assortment clothing
: ingii,?. .8 .i iSJe .1.4 common S" ii-OM "Claret Wintp' i1 'PJ.. SS
Bag : jaj y ktts. te'rra'cOtta rases and pitchers, p rfurne bottles, V 4 The-Niceties of Life.JUST Kerseys and.Negro Glothiug.'S .

s r.T .Nzw YOHK, Oct 10th. _*!.." '' r '- rrf' jT. jewel cas.es, ent e supnsion :and'*kIe lafnps lampshades received per Asa. GreerfTeas/ S S Fr&nk1aand Cboctow ptripes. S. S t S S1rCaslc
The Ra1 Mail St tif>6hip "Cana'da has Price-in Tallahassee, Oct.19Superfine1 cbimneys aid wicks, y ielins and bows,"goitar*, ," "l 'l u Oysters, -- Maucheate OtM1dh '

arrived at Ifalifax, irmging European advices .-. Mour ; .'8 lO.'OO /4yl 1 banjo's,'tambourines Jeoa ch\rfonefs-'flotes'nnd Natural Pre M Peaches, Asparagua, r I?-". 1Georgad4cerM7.7fl :T 1 Cask Cuihut Wine. -' '

tlie 29th ntt.V6fic week The p Extra *' .; 11.00 --' a* -, 12 fifes, guitar and"violin 6tripgaflne cologne and other ,* Qninees, Brandy Peaches, S S jMarlJor4uglz4lne, ? ,VJi I f'-//i.<'. .- 2
.later. Cases
to 6'
.ff perfumery, and a gcnertA-nsortment of Toys. a a PineltppIet', Pears,, Jeff.S, ., 'NIpI ViigU Brandy,
S S r
fntereMrtj/as Ebij ingthat thelltisEiAna 1hezrnSides,... .. . in "' S4rupk
tevre'w ( i Watches And jewelry.repaired prompttyand the S. U Pluius, Plums; Linslya, i'cn tt'e. 'Fre1 hy S -
Jiave.roade'ia vigorous' stand on he north .5 5 Shoulders, .wi. I .,. .- 13Jc a ,JiHamg bl-st manner. ': a ," Cherrica, DbarnVrenchMustsrd, S S tDAVID C.WILSON. popularvb TerflgQ.3rith.aIl' pf Vhe ladies,.wh

side Sebajstopdl, but tlx AHiee .{arq acting ,/-.; '. .--.-!?.. .,. ; e_ ::15C; a 20Lard.i /'Octoer.2Oj16bS. i4i Currant Sjrrrp; 0ay Hie Pepper, Octolierl3t855) S :-..* 4U -.-. .!.. i iitonncls'BoniictK /

with promiitnes* and determination.c S ; ,.. .i.yi.'i. S \*s\n\ 10 **t .T 1--_,: 1.'_L_J -j ',*?_ _t Vlljtlr Ar-._?, r i .,_r y _t V?Sjit Jn Jja Preserves, 7!Carrie Powder. -.SIS S Come. 'S S S 5 S 4

:i it5 } :c 'Jfess IVrk,. .'.. '."..' .oo. a 26.00 'Shoes-Ac;,perAsa Fish Capers Fffi r '- '- S Millers Ejicufeari Sauce, S S. S jw : :

S'b': ( Prim "' !. J ;n: felDO a''"; I Subscriber has JuAt received ft genej-al aswirt- 44 Caperciues, Eoctraets, assorted, L DIES colored! fctraw Bonnetsi. .- BblOIu Jinac
&- FR&ri'm SEAT OFVAU. j TIIE; .' /' 8'fuiuble1 For the country trade Nonpart-, : Pepper SaOeV? 5 Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets, S L *5 5UU1.,_,. 5, 5 4 -
Sugar .'-. -IOj ra .J2 "- ff'Jt if4j ; a -'c : 1BbLSt.CcoizRum, S ,
'lie wj.liffldetf 3( ,000 men at Eupof consisting of. Yeast Powders, ,, Peppermint' p1a M- c "
.atoris-to: a* gan the the.Rygsutus Molasse ,. .4-? 4c a1 Men's Kip:; Goat Skin, Calf and Double Soled Ciujs of Tomatoes," -- -Oataup, b1.CJ'4. s S 3 Cask A1en 3ugean41e--I 'SS. :
"Str'hVV Beans r
1. $ f..x. 2P $ 50 I' Charpal1'flnie,. ; jPfeBcrvfcd.GiHgar; t
who at9 stroogly fortifyiog the north de oiSebJtttopoL s ., s T ,
There has ;been : fl S . & ((1 'Wbmen's'Stfappeir-Jenny Llnds" I Calf, Kid, Green Cor9443; ,Uil j |t-na ,. Chilrendui-I I'p j 81 DoiiBritlea -Farwell* extra piitert, this I.a
H'beavy't0nr: l
India.Bagging,. . lBj.p a 18$ t*,?'Lace, Shoe*, aod Boots// -w : For"aaWtt.tht'" Grocery. Emnoriutn. IIata morning drink, and wfc-guaranty thitf.icif'tnifclibl -
? the :
tf' Ctinte 11idllies1vJ1lnze. Bogan.l'or -. / ; TI R--,? :
remedj cr '. i > : -i S S S : -
'! For sale
f y r.ES' fi 'lb byi DAVID 0. WILSON.
or&bastopgt5. 5 ialeAy > '< 5 -- Rl: -BERET2 October 155._ ,41 _
iiiL; October1$1&JIt -rf 2 4l3 '
;,Ctton Market -MtbDer2O; 1866.i- fr S I'-J: ; !*
( 41-. -- .5- 5 5'41(5 S S : S SB almost every pn J, ?g 1'iod1
S S S For.zioMAET. S Tu.gauzO tober 1 is-TL Ina.dd. tone,aboy*. V wa.xn rcita1sxg.
market fur this article JunDgXtw.week;ha .lieen dull w- Orijong.- '& S 1 rHALFBBLS. Forwlcb.RiHBEBRY.' BBI2.-No1MickfT' S and -well assorted't't6cks. orIcjOI
: cure jJ October; : IS, 1855:, 41 W008. uat u UIf whfth
10. pa. BooU.aqd-Sbo < %
cdBrwftjif Y'i fo the pales.- and depressed.1"tftfavorable accopsiafronxjuiroes the o4reyea. Foruteby / ; ,' .. 'i 't ;:(;JKJustReceived S -2 S S *ml&
ffii ate nha ; *ffiiiwffi$& ratesof Jkeiet'srcity olmoney"aj4tigli It-H/BEIlfty.-1 on Consignment, 20 Kitts'" 1 "' i.J vjfytj < WW4 ffcffiSHE 1 MWf'ltj>

ieifse & ) rjces of brp-ftdgti s, t e'served to ;;p&febarjgp8S'g;;| ::'' l 42: '' -,- 'I ALAEGBlotftf Bacon,Flourand TYhwkey. which 20 10 Qwter-BblsNo.M" 2- keroIt j /"> -ii.r? HIFr tocni5ticeovf 3T

trest to .j ,,U1 8 :t.-, S create' caQtion'floflie part of.JWyers in making puichases. ; Per.-"Arlington" fronNOwYok.H1500 -Octo413i'I85'.i fl :w4l t .no.H .- '4 2 &r WLI SWR

Consols am worth 88ifc4o,88i;.B. >: 4boato8CK) BaleebaVha d hands at i 10 KitU N .1 Salmon, ? J ;pr.y? .t

ngeofprJ /rod : :; j .Tii 2-BHar-" 5". 5- 'ln Chancery-IJopC1rcnft ConrfTit

i. Bdac SiittH i! SEA l8LAKD r Jtbing of janj gp rjtengf has st w jf T L BOXES Tobacco, P i l'frgj put upS 2 -i *5RT KshK! '

St, ToTloiWrl 'kre11 Otifpool trdotdtions t- ken phutelnlkii* artide during the weekv>:iij: | Biaofc ',. 7'4LT. Jj cSi: s, StJb,,: S--rj \ 1 00 or the triJ. Fr ul nJibera'rerstby.al tis2-- ,1 tQ : !iab ih.c. ''0-S. .:r1 | 3U'tMkX4
? + :: --: --a. j !
Foi1&ci ; FjipiilrnJsA-TLft rrftes bare 'advaD rf,' n<3 f and j jiiTnoWWilgiiked. Maocafbr3i, 1, : Oup.li: S S iii i &S.KNIOILT.Octobet1lL -1Fp $le..bynt *ttti .>.1 wilt .,.R.H.: BflRY.Peeri&1 ,,
cia.S Tth'Siltt Stnsr4Ju- 741.mS
S r' $ .
MplcIs j .' TfrT'1f! : f Pot'Jisb.Stnnrta SI-S- ;-cider -o4 3; i Vuar, S- i -: 3 5 ,'
*- \ S 33S&1.IOM24.IIEXR..LQtOfl .7lroXera. '- OandrSaUratuiC ? 'Tflaisee Female AQa4emy,' r :. J' --a- -' -.1 % N,4) Leii i. & .

._ _____ Assorted.UO
of NSUOLTpO1 Btt it
; II iIi: ;- ?
5 r51TE1eked e1tussT iiIiiThiifr'o 4 A rDr.Miane 6uIoth3Mle tJ1Lpui&acI.Wcl the uperiuteadenci4' 'aIL Mne1'orr '."j.'l1 : --

ttertatdop; ,t1& S the & $ ;! h:4: -Mffiii} ChotdtetiJ-;* Uvj'. f? bEdgbter- J JI&. ftfflaakCaaBiBewHat.nj; ? .- ..

at.. ArB hI4bohfrom Liver 1jld AeM e&rI in hi pQflft -> j Rice, 'i> 1 ff B W *li&ii'thadYstagi of iInInye' ) Genta uperiorMoleakiiaIIats;-* .ruW.j-.nj: n a'.-
fLi 1L : f.i 'Uc-t't .- si! -. J-? e e -Uatcher off emalM.and"will gir sfriotna S J AVs. rj.JSUk Sa' ftJe'SW
pubtfriff?teinmimitbeugWut4 rlI'I tjsvtjj: : j -a .' nkfivided atty tzOtrto this advneeaothispu- ".Sevastopol M.c. S- .ri .' ;iuA_ 9L 4J
get on the left pth1d.RnshianL -We OoButfy STbh Uaroephywcian felt 4O BngIRioL'ofe, ;J -S "f1 sf/J-rlH rTaisrv. Mir.4 tiMzi HtW ,L-'L 5- 1 4 Rachel t 5 5 5

The foUovziap&tdied from Sebaj. tie t1 tat lmjfd men ofactence 5r50Jeby5 & li'k wall -Kttc>irn-ita-Uie"tbbli) ; b'W Townahi 2.- 1, t S
led in eoertn the asti againiT unij1.3tho1w1elTcystJ idi1 eebrg4f .rr3ckc1xt'ea5).tr*.In.BtEticbe4ME151O .- 7JQY94P44Ptf O1:9Z'rZ of5s5E1otion
<* i t 5 OP.PJT U1. t1Tj. ....JTermrflre Lat, 2TI

5 &ti.on The >ffl thrOWlPIT HP flflw fortlfi" df tota S earns aiaewtofore. AV| ,-f:5: yj' :Ttelai* erk*. W* ,Vatiawll 10,

zU PiAopi sze adwanchiS 4I& th.lueVth.ZA1 M.XLONG: ? ; <&< :R H AYWOOD, ,j3ts.ke1nth cs15-_ 3 *cfl!,.wthN, .*of.th..B.W3.qof _.& 'L. 't
MMiasrcdet, ateioC.tii&EPOItd S MSftlPftfS1Awoalarge S S'S
THO. BALTZELI4'31L'LSHfl 2 Mticftb.fr ;
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: mfi sm *nMt4: S rJi F- ,pej'Gj.it

-j &&T JBrom ererjTjCnjarter do ws 1 yfForui.by'
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& ? m ? i t3ii ;: '- ;ip.! j ge.
bear the ing perfeaifiqi ) ft M7tiC.M 'S

..tt-tb. id fl ) eetIOI lb }IcNAUGHT&1OUMUP.5JI .
and th. 8oaija WUIiV'4kjo October 25, is&-r f 4.j

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)M$5CIebr* er ge, cau noi4 S f.aE ., bL ,31IIj II'( ,T, I
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GItL. S1eJ f THE:GREATBST, I .t r' an
i I'J''BJI GUi? iivrGoP1 "J'tI
t ". 1iI. i' 1f_t t t. t6I.tJit eM"'tDW" DISC V RY OF:THE AGE. -HdataI'atJt4Mark.F1cddae. ; CUTHBERT. ; !' ., : ...161 t'I.U-UQ

1 : LL'w1UcEx5ot'le\ ,dthidsd I Ta4st1.i t. 44 ,!AJJ : r?' .au of land WOOD offers for'safe LL rssobiticnofthi Faculty aM T'asts.hga, Ir.-.A
beith It Xuatii 4di ci. PROFESSOR a perfect w ..t'ldJ MJVVMV 'l _aD _;;t
*bksa7*=2taL&:' : i b.S Joel III' ati %pslaoble4s ad lath.1a It win fa a short time restore the been tbiyjrn jot*rw Tenn.& Mentiag oa ft* ft//' '"WUff Ilk pfasttt b*ppB 4It _-1.. .

I of Newpoit F1ari tha irePtdthSAP- hair which has become gray perraanestly' to tu orig. PRoPOS L8 will b*received at this Department J_ kr and cisslegar COZUXX? teffi WilMal b.e..

ALACH100LA LAlfD-OOfPAKYr> m: 8oel'rrtiensdRM naleolof-brings it out where it is gone and:arrest ttthof October. 188 :*t If o'clock noon Doi1'da'! the F wtib Btbbati te JlFACULTY. .. Pain. Wesknes ID the iI
,.;1. : "1: .S : :_ ,! -.. : laads M Be lathe 'Caaattes of Lean it where H k felling off cleans the bead of the dandruff for the eonstmstion of the .Mario* Hospital at St. r.4sne'Ap; of.& I"ta 1i .' f''If

( RECEIVED; Hew.York a foH sspply. KaDaad QsAd.a.wgl bo .offered b TaTlihesnsn and itching'remove*all eatatttoos .eruption*,'end renders Marks FIorida.Jl4OOfdicc' to the plan lad speoifka- n .

; JTJST. Draes A XedkfcMS Paints. OOa/Win1. "OIl tbeFIRST.--MONDAY IN DECEMBER nttt; the scalp perfectly healthy ,by restoring the see- tk s, proposed by this Department ACCCTTCS Axmnr, A. tt. Prrfd' trt--Pro&ecr ofSngiish ,I. L. ". 1., '_"

$.maSiP1t,1 : and that ptat WbiaIa.iD ;Fraatim 00aDtr wIll 'be retive organs to their original,j"vigor and strength,and Said proposals to be either for the whole.BoJWingo Literature and Ancient 7 t thst,1y lnialqIidm "k_

:; 1 offered atAnalacbteola in the FIRST MOJfD a Y IN. thus supply nutriment end eolonpg matter to it-. ?separate for tbo different kbds of'work. ,Bffls ofparcels 1ey..J.H.CAU wauA.lt- ,iWrswc. of'Mcolal. b ba cC bin kae "

Qmnbe'Farr Brand i JANUARY"155.: These lands Be on the Gulf Coast t. It does not color the hair, but is,in 'short.a' perfect l should accompany.each bid,:with UM amoontof aDd Moral Pbloeopfay.Rer. .
r4 MO wa. extend from the St.Marks to the ApaUchicola River, Hair invigorator and Took. u. __ each item; ,and the.total ant carried oot .TbeDepartment .F.X.'Foaswa, X M, Profeswr of- MalLetnat- r r8Lm. II 1 .

1xoThi.Ep.omsttt11 Mod"; GlantMI-:. and indad the Islands on aid coast I I: To the young. who so much 'admire, the beautiful reseriojth. right to r.jktthm propofal* ies and Natural Science. 1IJIa&1 ..

I Castor.Na 1. TIM Unas will be.-ono-third cash the .jvnuindeib lock and ringlet he feels that be will be pardoned,if hereby invited, should the interests oftbo'fJnHed. Miss. An E.Au nr,. Prbctpal Primary Depart- rUns". Jf&d.-o.-. -
Oalla. 1Iftevi
: 500 with inter- 'advice and States require it. Ninety cent. of the arfafitt of mebt and Jnrtrnefaws In Bbtanr and J'receB. \ _
1he 1'
_" equal instalments of one and two years he offers ; suggested by long stodv extensive per Ia' .. .
b 200' L_" P.ot. from day of sale. observations; it is to discard all cologne and the work aoo.'aDd materials delivered, accordaff R.Lroiwexi,:Prfncipal.of Uoskal DcpartmcoL -p1ee.us J I stat. ray

100 .. For property porchaseJ at these? aalthe senp I of stimulating oil for the hair,and keep always upon the contract prices,(said \te be ascertained byao His B>Irons As wtant Teacher b Jl. !ty.o a.u. I QTA& A&lIcLra.T lil"
OOMLinItled *
lN 3i1a. the Apahvebtcola Land Company,owned by Stock- I toilet a belLe of"the restorative for occasional I use, estimate'of an-Agent of the Departnwnt .appointed Mrs.L. EL Gun,and 1Ir..g T.- CAtinrtu; Ornamental iUlDted h&he parpree. b tbtIey

4 toO. 1 White Lead boldeif or their assignee,will b* received b payment. and we can safely predict,that henceforth silver locks for that purpose,) will be paid from time to,tune as BraiicbM.' II'e (. TIte B.t.ft., fTi
tt Kill 3fo. I unknown for the work .gtUJl.nd ten.per cent be retained untfl This Institution now presents to the Public edvaiytsgeswhiebfewposMsa. PIIiItt
Extra at. its relative valoe. and bald beads will : .although the I ally, ". owrmat'rtxicu for local fP"4
i. SO the of tbe contract and aceeptaaoeof A large and elegantly emstrneted ,
1. JOHN BEARD. Receiver & tc. rose may blossom upon the downy cheek-the dark completion aJaO found it a most excellent
Pure appflspi
50 M Cue Paint I July. 14,1855 -: eye be ever so piercing,and the teeth those of peari, the work Ac, br the Aentafcres&id.Contracts i College edifice; ooe of the largest chapels b dBmtrt, It P"'nnlvrnsiused. .fL4
: (0 Proof Pam ty: The Sales above mentioned are postponed until till if the natural fluids be withheld from the hair will be awarded only to Master Builders] the State; an necessary oot-bbildbgs and eoclotnres: 8.8.
r 1000 Ibs. Window Fir Glass aborted sires. A large further notice. audio consequence it becomes first'dead and hanb and Mechanics, sad the assignment thereof except by a Boarding Department fitted up in th.TnOStOIStOJcomfortable Knoxville Oa.Jlareb 4th. 1I Jl.Jt:1

J ; IOOB.zes of Pabter's materials-Brushes. Ac. ... The Florida Sentinel. Wakulla Times and the then grey or falls off, nature will be robbed of more consent of the Secretary. of the Treasury will be a style under Ibo superbtendanee of the .Bnare of Ooanfaf aMt

r aMrtment D. H. AMES Apalachicola Commercial Advertiser will publish till than half itscharms; and although it is a sovereign forfeiture of the same Teachers themselves; with tbe dotnestie department The uis will iD fat1D"t bay.Tsu.cz ,
; notified to discontinue. remedy for those wb are gray as well as those who Every proposal muit be accompanied by a written coder the careful direction of ladies of experience UM steel .

: May )*. 1855. 11 are bald still all see the1 propriety of making only guarantee, signed by two responsible person, (certtSedtobe -I added to all the facilities for a thorough course of Lvstraction the top of on mh box plate engraved ,iN.IW. .

r' ef Florida Savannah Medical College. such an application to the hair and scalp as u calculated ] so by the I District :Attorney or District which any rimilar Institution can offer. It Porebasen advised that
State are .
l to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state. Judge for said District,) in the sum ol $1500. that the wffl be seen by reference to our Catalogue,that our tits article i. b 4M if
Third Coarse of Lectures in this Institution
SENATORIAL ELECTION. I bidder will when ,if his be lets than be
required proposals and Tuition tan
i : THE accepted rates both of Board are
From tAte Editor the Real Estalt Advertivr 27 The is soldpointed
the first November of genuine o by ;
Monday ss
commence ,be4
School-Street. I enter into a contract and bond, with proper and found elsewhera This feet b these twos of pecuniary -
next. sufficient securities for its faithful performance. consideration of those having through SoL..awwzn "
: is worthy tbe ..
& 1i 1it Tb Clinical Lectures ia Medicine and Surgery at BOSTOS, March 20,J4. Plans Specifications, and Working Drawings can daughters pressure to educate. TO SILL JI'. DeaJeJ'I aDd par__1'Itntii.

the office of the Savannah Hospital and the College Clkrique will Prof.Wood: Dear Sir-Having become prematurely be examined on and after the 15th day'of September, The Boarding Department will be under the direction are eautkned against buying of any lut-ft 1lt
,t 1 VACANCY basing occurred m oommeneeon the 16th October aod continue daring indnced. weeks since to 1865 and other informatira obtained agents otherwbe they will be knpos.wortbless .
Senatorial District ] quite gray :I was some on application President Alden and lady,and of Prof.Caldwell 'lda,
4 jfjL 8n t'>r, ie>the fifteenth election by the make trial of your hair restorative. I have used less to the Department or at the Office of the Collector and lady. With spacious and comfortable dormitories & SCOVIL 4..

(. ift the resignation of Hon. David Provence an be held in COUBe.FACULT : than two battles but the gray hairs have all disap- at St Marks. ,large and convenient closets, new and elegant 111 CbrtresSLbet.Conti and St .lf.o.
t; hrsoppty the IaftIe is hereby ordered the Theory and Practice of Medicine-R. D. ARXOLDM.D. peared; and although my hair baa not fully attained The Proposals must be sent to this Department, addressed fnrnitoie good and experienced servants and tables Sole A for the Southira State,, 10 ..a'

.. the several eoontfes of said District The on returns 1IonJav.of,tits its original color, yet the process of change is gradually to the Secretary ef the Treasury, (endorsed furnished with the best the market a6oJ.; together orders aDd applkabooe for A geodes must "addl..

.. fifth day of November proximo. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children going on, and I have great hopes that in a short time "Proposals for tbe St Marks Marine Hospital,") and with a wholesome yet parental discipline, we bop to -
enid election will ba made in the manner prescribed P.M. K8LLOCK. M. D. my hair will be as dark as formerly. ,I have also been will be opened at 1 o'clock P.M, on the kit day nam- increase the liberal patronage with which the College Or For sale! at aD the Drugstores aandatooeAgeoejiaevrrjTowBJbtlM&oQUk T1I.hIIHs

bylaw. band Principles and Practice of Surgery-W.O.BCLLOCH, much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of ed for receiving the same in the presence of the bidden has hitherto been favorfd. .j
Jo Te.titnonybereof I hare bereto set my the hair, which before was harsh and dry,and it baa if any choose to F. X. FORSTER.: Aogast ', 1845. is.' .
Seal of tire
and caused to be affixed the Great M.D.Medical attend.JAMES
: Chemistrr-C. W. WaTt M.D. ceased to come out as formerly.] GUTHRIE, Secretary of Fatully.AugutL -

3 State of Florida: Done at the Capitol in Talla:4j _Institution n____ nfMftdtnn__ _._&_-.12_ H.____MAKTM.___u M. D. Respectfully yours, D. C. M. RUFF. Secretary of the Treasury. II 1855. 32-tJanl FEMALE COMPLAINT.
: hassee this 5th day of October A.-D. 1855. ---- --
JAMES E. BROOME, Anatomy T. G. HOWARD, M. D. I CHICAGO, May 154.-I have used Prof. Woods September I, 1855. 85 The beat.Female He4icla Ka.WD.HHHIS

."k I Governor of Florida Matena Medica and Medical Jurisprudence B. I Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevent. Notice to Contractors. Extract of Yellow Dock and SamparXa ll
READ M. D.Demonstrator. the hair from coming out gives it a gloss and soft- New Establishment in Tallahassee.
OmcK Sun Encrxira BCZIUVISTA J. J ti,. ,and '
: Dl the Governor- : of -. J. WEST M. D. or } a permaaeot ears M an
.- k F. L YnAcriane FeesfortheentireCourse.$10500MatrieulationTicket..500 Anatomy new very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have I nPHE Subscribers would respect- OKAXCIE MILL P. O, ST.JOHKS Rim,Fio,}[ complaints i iaddeot MALia .

f Secretary /Stale. entirely disappeared. Others of my family have usedit I JL fully announce to the citizens of AUGUST 20ra, 186 ) Its mild alterative properties, reader it pMdtsrVr

Oetober I, 1B5. 40 facilities will be funished for the study of: ,and concur with me in pronouncing it aU it professes Tallahassee, Florida, and the adjoining PROPOSALS will be received at this applicable to' the 'slender and deGeate'eowtitauoa

t. Papers b the Senatorial District copy. Practical Ample Anatomy. Board can be had at from f 4 tog to be. HENRY A. CLARK Michigan Avenue. Coohries of Georgia, that they bye opened a SEALED tbe 20th day of August 1856 for con of the female. It is unrivaled in ia .effed span.

f week. For farther particulars apply to CLOCK AND WATCH Shop on Monroe Street, structing'. a Canal with its necessary appendages, diseases incipient Consumption, BarreoM*,Ltvcorrboe
.1 J State of Florida. per C. W WEST, k D, Dean. I'ROF. OKIEXTAL 8KXATIVZ UXUIEXT. two doors below McDoogall's Book Store where they such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks. Basins Ae., from or Whites Irregular )Menstruation laeooS.

August I I, 1855. m-S2 This Liniment is valuable auxiliary to the treatment will be ready at all times to do every description of Lake Barney on the St.Johns to Indian River, a distance since of Urine and general Prostratka of tfesyiteB.
i1 of some of the most formidable disease with work in their line. Chronometer, Duplex, Patent Lever thirteen miles 3.4lOfeet ; authorized by the It immediately counteracts that diSt1UiIIg Mneos-

Hides and Bees-wax. which it is our lot to contend; for instance: iuflama- ,Cylinder and common Vertiad Watches repairedat General Assembly, of the State of Florida at its session neal and lassitude common to the female frtat

; thin of the lungs and bowels. By a thorough and continued the shortest notice;*also jobs and Clocks of every of 1864-6, by Aa Act entitled An Act provide and imparts aa energy and booyaocj, as sarprfmc ss

Proclamation by James E.Bro me, THE Nibaeribers will pay the highest market in price i application of this Liniment over the regions of description. By strict attention to business, they ire for and encourage a Liberal System of Internal hopro'vementnin they are gratefuL We have evidence on file,'wbiinduces
Dry Hides and Bees wax. b cash or exchange the affected the otherwise formidable determined "
organ, diseases tal none thallgo away dittatitfled? this State. us sirongry to recommend tbis'mediriae ta
: WOVKKNOR OF ruE STATE .AFOHE8AID.A for goods. G. &J MEGINNISS. I are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors N. B.Good work Horse and Buggy for aal at ft Proposals will specify the amount for which the' married people who have not been blessed will f/I

\0- VACANCY having occurred in the office of As- September, 1855. 39-8t particularly among children,'and thousands of mothers month's credit work will be done the mode and manner in which. spring. I'

.: J\. socUte Justice of the Supreme Court by the Notice. were they allowed to speak, would with all theeloquence'of J C. HALL di CO. payments are to be made whether in land or moneys, I Pr lllftll Uteri or falliite tie Woml, of j.

I, death of the Hon.Thomas Douglas an election to supply feeling and affection bear their united March U, 1855. tf 12 or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estimates ian year ttandiny, cured ly Ir. ffnytitft Extract tf
; .l". the same is hereby ordered to be held in the several A YOUNG man, who has graduated 1 in several testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children be seen at this office, and any information obtained by Yctloio Dock and Sanoparilli after' tficrtiiown

.. counties throughout the. State on Monday the Schools in the University of Va, desires a situation from the very jaws o(death and, restored themto Admlni trator'. Notice. addressing the undersigned at "Orange Mill Poet Office remedy Aad oeea tried vtif vt'rilif.WiaHraeroH ivory.

: f Third day of December : in, or to take charge of a Classical School, or to their former health and beauty. Again it will be persons holding claims against the estate of. St.John's River,Florida.Propom. will also O Febl .
.. Tbe Judges of Probate in tbe several counties will act as private tuor.: He promises to adopt a course found a powerful auxiliary in removing what is gener. ALL Bute deceased late Gadsden Coanty i be received for coostrnetmg a Rail Road over (the 1849.

1 -j' take due notice hereof and conduct said Election and instruction; preparatory to any of the colWrs of our ally known as an Ague Cake,or an enlargement of are hereby requested to present them to the undersigned same ground. F. L DAHCY This certifies that my wife, aged twenty seven
; make returns of the same to the office of the Secretary Country. The course instruction will consist of Ancient the spleen indeed in all cases where the external application duly authenticated within the time prescribed by law State Engineer State of Florida. years has been suffering coder fh. abov* eosoplabt

.! of State in the manner prescribed by law for the Languages (Greek excepted,) Modem Langua- U of service, this Liniment will be found use or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery,and August 31,1855.. 35-ly for fire years. Nearly all of that timoeosfiatd to hit

"-I '. election"of member to Congress. ges,?(Frencb and Spanish.) Mathematics, and the usual ful. all persons indebted will please settle the same with -- ,--- bed. 1 hatVfor four years constantly employed the
., t t' In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand and branches of an English education. It will be his raor. WooD'S"EGETABLZ VAGIL tire PILLS.BusanzLD.May the undersigned administrators. In Chancery Oadtden County. Oft.Term,1855. best medical talent that could be procured In thiS.

: caused to be affixed tbe Great Seal of the State earnest endeavor to lay that solid ground-work so CATHARINE flUTE Samuel B Love and James Bruce, ) lion of the country,without aoy'benefit wbatortr..',I
8053. Prot O.J. WooDDearSir )
: Florida: Done at the Capitol in Tallahassee necessary for the tuperstructure of a thorough college : JAMES C. EVANS. Administrators of Wm.Forbes,del, ( Bill for have also purchased every instrument reeommiDcW
-As have used and. used for number '
: we seen
this 29th day of Sept. A. D..1866.JAMES education, or for the business walks' of life. Special l a I 1856. 85 Partition. for the cure of'such diseSesli. of wbfct proved
of Vegitable] Magic life Pills,we are September 'S. j I
BROOME years jour prepared worthless.
., E. attention will be paid to the moral culture of the Robert 0. Lester. J .
Florida.Bj to recommend them to the public as superior In tbe spring of 184S. I induced friend.totryDr.Gnyaotts .
4 Governor of youth committed to his care. The most satisfactory Florida Hotel, was by Jny
to all others and infallible in the cure of the diseasesfor virtue of Decree rendered in said on
a case Yellow Dock
-p : the Governor-Attest: testimonials as to character Ae, will be given. BY aad'BenajrilIs,
which the are recommended: MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY. 4th of October. 1865, the undersigned
F. L. VaLmocx Iefcrences-Professors Harrison and MeGuffey of /, day which was used for font months. .After the had wed
B. B.Leach A. B. Pett D. D. Albro Jacobs. Commissioners will to sell the fi.st
proceed on Mondayin it for about four weeks it evident all
to of.
Secretary, of State. University of Virginia; Prof.Wm. E. Peters of Emory rr HE undersigned gives notice to the pub was that
Orin Bawl, Saudi, Edward Gilber.Joho November next before the Court Boose door lathe
: Oct'ber6,1S5. 40 and Henry College; Mr. William- Radford and Spencer JL he that be baa refitted the Hotel in ; she was improving and from this time the 'improved
.. Lucien B.Sweet Elias R. Sweet. John HacDrsft I Town of at to the highest bid-
Quincy public outcry and fleah and ti ,
W m. O. Claytor of Bedford. Address Monticello New. rapidly gamed strengtivaatil V
f' _ formerly kept by Capt
Nathaniel Gilmore,James H.Pine, Wm.Johnson, ders the following described'lends lying in the County -
Notice. and she
L Co-partnership WM.:W. HARRIS. man aod will prepared to receive visitors by 13th ease was entirely removed now enjoy iff
Johnson Williams,G. Lawson, C. Farrar, D. Landers. of Gadsden, adjoining the town of Joiner, to-wit: '
most excellent health. WM. ONTrORTr
.. undersigned have this day formed a -. Forest Depot Bedford, Va. of November. The house is now in thorough repair
: THE Pao,. WOOD:-Dear Sir:Having used, and experienced The South-east i of Section 8; East i of North-west i We, being of ,Wm. and JnHa
\ : WIder the name and style of BROOME September 22,1855. 88-tf and will be so managed as to promote the comfort of : neighbors MonUort
the effects of 8 North
Vegetable Magio ofSection8South.wesl4ofSeetioa east
your i ; know that the above
and boarders. Attached .statement as to the nckaess of
4 SHINE for the purpose of transacting a general Pills'in family, I will tbat as a family med guests are. good 4 of Section 7 South-east 4 of Section 7; all In township
my say ; Mrs.Mobtfort, sod ,sto the
the late stand of J. P. Brace- Notice. where attention is to horses. Terms. cure being effected ly
Mercantile business at every paid
.4 : icine they cannot be valued too highly. I have used 2, North tf Range S, West containing about 720 44 Dock and
I well 4 Co. We feel confident that as Merchants we IX months after date the undersigned Executor of them in several bilious attacks and inflamations and. moderate as at any other Hotel in the country. A Acres. auy.ottsY.llo s.n.ptnllbe.trie
will not fail in rendering full and perfect satisfaction S the Estate of John S. late of Leon share of custom is respectfully ]ly true, JANE EDDY.,
; ; Shepard. I will say that their virtues cannot be too highly appreciated solicited.C. Trnru/Salt-One third in cash and the remainder SARAH
-- to those who may be .kind enough- to extend. to us deceased, will present his accounts and vouchers for in every case they have speedily triumphed BMSS.Monticello in two equal anntal instalments thereafter to be SCoVIL powraa
theirpatronage. to the Judge of Probate for said County and asked to ,October 28,1854. ly 43 &JaAD,
over disease, and hence I feel in doty bound secured by the bond of the purchaser bearing eight
1 Our stock will be new and large,consisting of everything be diaebarged.ROBERT to recommend them to all. They operate perfectly per cent interest from the day of sale with amort-- Sole] 111 Cbarires S .t.N. Orkascv
for U
AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Geaera1.Ageu1. 'Soothtrn
in the Grocery, Dry Goods H. GAMBLE
usually kept Staple ,
easy, producing no uneasy sensation yet their 0peration gage upon the previous purchase. whom all orders most be addmuLc
..1. Boot and Shoe, Hat.and Cap lines. .All of our goods Executor. is thorough; and I am satisfied that nothing more THE undersigned Agent of the above Company HENRY H. BROWN, For sale at all bvariably the

%fr j.1 f.: we wilt (dinpose'of as reasonable terms as any other September 29, 18515. 39 in most cases, is necessary than these valuable] pills, receive applications for and make insurance [SIGJUD.] JOHN W.COW ART, and at one Agency in DrugStores.Town i ia the kTaHaaaMs South.
Esost m the ettv, for Cash or for the Produce of the i to perform a speedy and triumphant cure.Rel'peclrulty I against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings, WM. J.ATWATER. 18, 1855. every IIi 6m
'. ouatrv. JOHN F. BROOME, Furniture,Merchandize Ac. August
J ; S WM. M. LAWTON & CO. Yours Ac, Commissioner -
I \ B. A.SHINE. Jr.'J J. B. SANGER.O. January 29. 1853. 4 B. C. LEWIS. October S. 1855. 40-tda i

:. September 15. ((22) 1855. S8_ SEA ISLAND COTTOJf FACTORS, J. WOOD & CO., ." I PERMANENT. LINE.
.' A OareL No. 13 Southern Wharf, Proprietors, 695 Broadway, New York. Leon County Iron Works, I l'or St.Marks NeTT Port aad Cedar KeyilljuTESSELS
.V It 4 Market Street, St Louis.D. RESIDENT DENTIST
44k will eontinoe !
AxOLojBrtoia. @o. Oct. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. : vwaSog .regularly
.f :Mrs. Mary L. Ball H. Ames, Agent,Tallahassee, Fla. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.lAIS tv' V.: between St.Mark .New Port andCedareya
Wii. M. LAWTOW R. WAiswaiaHT Ricer, 6 Establishment is now in full operation. All .
February 10,1855.
THIS Florida and the
the Charleston winter for
her services to the Ladies; of Tallahassee Josxra T. Ditx WurBoan LAWTOX,Ja. now inaertingArtiflcialTeeth on will be attended to with promptness and during
t OFFERS ,to make and trim Bonnets and Fancy August 11,1855. 4m32Notice. JOHN W. EVANS, new and improved 'principle with all work done with neatness and dispatch.All the special benefit of the business friends of.the sub
from side to the WILLIAM
Head Dresses and solicits a liberal share of their nuous gums one kinds of work, such as Steam Work,Mill Work.
: l ATTORNEY AT LAW, other, without team or crack,leaving no place] for the Gin Gearing Sugar Mill Circular Saw MachInery, Charleston. October 8, 1556. 40-lt
: pationage. BAl (BRIDGJ, GEO, lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly
22 855.' 282mAdministrator's Shafting. Pulleys Hangers, Plough Outings. Brass
: _September_ SIX MONTHS after date, the undersigned admin give prompt attention to all business en life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, Ac. Kettles of size Lost,
WILL Casting, also Sugar any kept
4 i't Notice. of the estate of H. B. Bradford, deceased to his care in the Counties of Thomas so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls constantly on;hand. All work done in such establishment Monday. September '24,a Eair.Jlraeslat,widt
late of Leon County will exhibit his final account Decatur Baker, Daugberty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. in Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full will be done with O gold elasp.;engraved'*Florence.' Any I
by us a particular regard to perm
/I'LL persons ha vfof{ demands.againt the Estate of and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Leon February 17, 1866. 7 tf Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. the and dui ability'of the work. levlngthe Mffia thiw1e-&tywairzU be suitably Irewarded.
Xk Junes ML .lAte'of Gadsden County de- and ask to be discharged.
He will warrant in eveiy instance, satisfaction, and |
oafw.ein to
e wued,wQl.take notice that they must present them EDWARD BRADFORD, Administrator. LONG & GALBBAITII, prices to suit the times. Terms Cash or when called Competent&. Workmen put up September t, tSU. It'NotIoe.
to the undmimod,'duly authenticated within the time April 14, 1865. 15 6m. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. ElIgiOt'LTerms
i'r btaw- or this notice will be plead ta bar -_ for.June will be liberal,,and all work done strictly for -
4 of prescribed their ,and'aH peons indebted to said estate Manufactured Tobacco. / LONG 4 J. B. ALBRAITH have associ- 24, 1854. 25 cash, or accepted orders on some business firm in this ..

-I are recovery hereby,notrfied; to make immediate payment themselves in the practice of Law. They DR. R. N. GARDNER place. Liberal prices paid'for old Iron,'Copper. and BROUGHT to Jail in Ifootieello,J fienoo Cooatr.
SIIAL receive 400 Boxes of various brands
Si it M. M. HARRIS Adm'x. T some will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme Brass. the '*0th .f'A agnat; .aaD
to the U. a.
services citizens
I October I,f8U. 40.ftdministraCor'a w JL Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco consignment Courts and the District Courts of the United OFFERS his professional to the All letters must be addressed (poet paid) to named LEWIS dark complexion, five feet cm men
I again this season, 100 Boxes now on the way out- I States at Tallahassee. villa and surrounding country. Office J. M. SHINE Tallahassee P1*. high, and says that be belongs to--XafimtU

'Notice.V Merchants will do well to bear (his in mind, and it Office opposite the Court House. at the Parsonage.September March 11, 1854. 10 Cottle of Madison Oaonty.Fhmiccr Bawanne Kiv r.
I will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down 29, 1855. 39 ,
October -- Tbe is
28.1854. ly to eotte forward
'it OUR weeks after date I intend w apply to the owner requested ,peeveertypayeblrgssaod.takebIm prop
for from usual markets, and on time to good -
par P. B. BHOKAWS. he wul be
'. JU Judge of Probate in arid for the County of Gad- ties. Hides Wanted. away.or
b Ideo lor leave to sell the Real Estate belonging to the Newport August 4, 1856. 31 BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the Lilly :111:Mtit STABUS, dealt with aa the law diretts.JOEL W .
late of, said do4c -
r tP?:. Estate of Hugh McLean, COUDty ATTORNEYS AT LAW 5000 wiil be paid. Also Deer
highest price Sheriff of Jefferson
October a 1865. 40 'I \,.,-*-*+- r -r---.*".*--S S"--,4*, JASPER, HAMILTON COCNTV, FLORIDA, and Otter skins. DAVID 0.WILSON. -'I September 15, 18" J7-tf
'g;( IBlRClUil'f & BOWHIHQ Tallahassee 29. 1855. 89
September would
practice in all the Conrt of the Middle
jJ: Just ,Received ITTOBSETS AT LAW I AGENTS FOR CLAIMS WILL in Columbia and Alaehtia. in the Eastern Notice. @tTBE bill mends and iD-k Hides

New Orleans NO. 4 do, 'Seventh f'reel, Circuit, and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. that"he bas rebuilt TTTANTED in for which tiehigW
: qnantity.
Per Wt*. R PcUetfrom any
demands claims against the Stables the old stand and is new
at ,
WASHINGTON CITY. Ma- h 24, 1855. tf 12 PERSONS having or large Brick T T market price will be paid in cash or groWri.t
Umons Pin Apples, Guava and tr MeGill deceased,late of Gadsden prepared to accommodate his friends sod cast mers.
: ORANGES Jellies Prunes Pears;Sardine, PtckM WILL; practice before the Court of Claims, and A. PERRY AMAKER County, are hereby notified to present them properly He also has attached to bu Stables,a good Black 1865. 17
September 1S.
: Oyster Brandy Peaches Preserved Lemons claims before Congress and the sev authenticated'to the undersigned administrator within smith Shop where he will have have done all kinds of ;

: 1. Oranges, Fine Apples and Ginger,Green Gage Mar- eral' Department TTOBRllr AT LAW t the time required by law or this notice will be plead Plantation work Horse shoeing, and Carriage rk in Most ApproTei.Corn Mill ia Use. I

'i maW*.' LeI Syrop Raspberry do. Strawberry July 28, 1866. SO TALLAHASSEE FLA. in bar of their recovery ; and all those indebted are the very best manner add wlttt promptness and dis

;.. A Floe Apple do, and Wafer ds. Raspberry Viorar May 21, 1853. 20 requested to make payment immediately. patch.November. 100 OF the most approved LANIER COD, I

V .. ;; .. Lobster, Haddock. ,fiaUibat and R. H. BERRY "- T. B. HUDNALL. Administrator. 5, 1853. 44 MILLS for sale by the Subscriber. .Tbet.
fcbad Assorted Pickles,Scotch Ale aDd Porter. D. P. HOLLAND, September 15, 1855. S7SwBlacksmithing. --- Mills hare been for some. time b nse through.this region -

-4 '0,000'DRvaaa Clean.t Auctioneer shd Commission ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Wes, Syrup. &e. and lower part of Georgia, and give' dJiM'At-

Otard Brandy;.' Worcestershire Sauce.. is&diongrinding with I ease 40 bosbda: and
1 D. H. AMES. MERCHANT.:. Qniney, Florida, OLD .
to Liver Port, Fresh Lobster, in the day,with lees than the ordinary) gin power ,
; .j ..1. 1 UUU. t1 TAU.AHASSZZ Fla,Sept 29, 1855.39 WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir. A.TT ia Blacksmith my Shop J'- Madeira, .' Shad pliedbit. The maker rurm.Lft ahaodtopot St np;'
and Jackson and Fraoklvo Counties. and warranted to Srf.ct. satk et3ea
one grrf
Clams every >
Rar4w'e CuUery, Guns, Nails, .[ in which all kinds of work appertaining mierry.II. .
s. S. KNIGHT,; October 23, 1852. 42 tf London Porter Hallibut, Call and examine them at ID LADD'LApril
&c. to that business is done in good style, at short ,
Shovels '
t. .n AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT. WILLIAM SCOTT notice and on as reasonable terms as.at any. other Scotch Ale, Sardines Si, 1855. :iJ&Carrlage
!'8obscnbers invite the aUentioo of Merchants Peaches Tdmatoe Ketchup, '
such Turn Brandy
shop in the city. Fannmjf implements
'""I T. Tiaiting New York, to.Aear stoc .ef goods en TALLAHASSKK, FLORIDA.. IA AYYRN! AT LAW. Ploughs Scooters, Roda Clevtcea Heel Pins Tap Brandy Cbeniea Walnu'f ., Bn gics' ,and Ihineu'ForSale

\ l. : anety Ur tfo'above Doe particu September, 1866, 05 MONTICELLO, FLA. Rings and Iron Wedges kept ready made i.and constantly G us va.Jelly, 'Spices .7 K; ... '
irld..jted\Southern trade, which they are July SO 1868. 30 hand. This will afford farmers an Currant do.Preserved Pickles .
1 1 Jan on opportunity rrag Sobseriber rsesfod a
'iif sea at k.' prioes for Cash orapproTedOrsSt For sale.Oo Syrup,
prepared"to ... to supplythemselvesJanuaryi8,1855. without being delayed. Quinces Raspberry lam of Carnsm'irlfch.
i si'ow&sMRZ SACKS SALT, in first rate order bye P. B. BROKAW.I I 'S Fears Strawberry' Tery repplj
I ., Glass Oils White Lead &c. and Harees? Ke oArs
tk .:1tg8tand94WterSt.N.wYk. ) s. S. KNIGHT. S U Ginger, Lemon .

.4-: Jans JS 1615.&n_ _ September I, 18U. U -1 AA BOXES Window Glass,assorted sires, 100 I Sparkling Gelatine, Ginger for sale on the most reasonable Urns._

_.4 \\i' ---.. JA/V Kegs White Lead furs extra&No. 1. BUSINESSAT Flavoring Extraeta. Pine APP14 November 18,184. 45 ,
Sale.mJTBg 8 barrels Linseed Oil i STORING AND SHIPPING
- For Notice. SpWehOlin., Salad oil.. .
*. nndenlgoed cflers tar sale his Dwel- bought out tha interest of B. F.Byrd io 5 .ill Lard Oil-' HBWFOET.f I Engfish MnsUrd, Capers,' DR. :MILES H. .BASH,

; House ard 60 acres of land sooth of HANING .e business Ceotrevtlle, alto all 20 Kegs Zinc. Paint, HHE undersigned still carries on the above business i Claret bparklmg Cider, o'rWu are raoncsawiiit;JDT1CD TO TW enn w

\ } 'oq the Ben.'Air Road. The the accounts and notes due the late firm of Byrd and 20 Carrels packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls.. and tools.) JL in all its branches. Buildings wall calculated for I'' Tobaoso. Old Port. Juice. TABAMUAXp sraaocyi>ni'osartsT.
I ''.dcrtheINt. prem Combs, we respectfully solicit a eontmnanee of tbepatronage 2 Train Oil, 1 bbL Copal Varnish; despatching wagoos. D. LADD. Havana Began D. H.AMK8.: '

.. t ." &subtaa1 KUebeo:and pd vz&errTh beretofors so liberally awarded to the late Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retail. Newport September 2, U54. 15' Nonmber.Jl,1865. 46 tb Dr.M 1t a inwiedatdy_i t,6t
t44 .m bt oSsred m;!fl11 reuoUe D. H. AMES. OFFICE -
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:'Jt.llie QI'cI tfM mod''dsUo l1DJ.toq firm.We are determined to sell bar gjods as low as they November, 1854. 4 45 "JYJ18NASH & CO. Copartnership :Notice. May1I1U& SO _

? OOI ''ft\erml sfpIyto the erm 'of White can be purchased in Tallahassee, Tbomasville, or.any Dealers in .Drugs, Medicines, &c. tmdernzned havVthit'dsyenterid' into a eo- ,- .

a Slss.r,but r0'. D.s.Ama'Drug 8tore where else. We invite persons to give us a call before Administrator's' Notice. tUt T psrtaenhlp tbe T.Ii.ieuueol' -
inform their friends and the public
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: purchasing elsewhere. SIX months after data u.;lubsflriber, Uu Jpbenff WOULD assortment of aod .RETML-- 1 W
band good WHOl'Ale' HAnndiIl
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: ia11 t ,l815.. .. COMBS 4 CO. Leon County,lad:.Ex offido Administrator of in their line of easiness, '- .
.. SEBDSv August 18. 1856. *l'Wanted fee estate.of Jeooette Patterson. ptLeoq County and articles will as be art receiving generally regularly kept fresh.supplies. Their I 13 El.VQ' .xm; aI Rocelviag :andJ' lf". -
: or FRESH,. : deceased will exhibit hk aoaooots and Touchers before terms shall be reasonable. tor. 4 I V1tDZa..TU AUB AKD *TTLIOP'BARND : "1' ... : f t4 :r"
: ; to Purchase .
the Mian. ofProbaU p
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I' 'oRoWTpoYt4.: Judge said County and apply r, J rprll ', 1858U.. &t MAXWELL. ., .., t'' '
t. ;( It to'lBrearsof' 'for a final discharge, from the administration of, : i .'Jio1rr.
;Ic1r BLIrk: &.Tamip OabbSge Beets; c- 1TV UR likely Hegro boyt rotn said ._-' .' x.- l ,?! ; -z.-E K > t-

.4 i ,..Jsstxustvedt ; n. a-.AM., JL? age. Apply to .&& DIGBT.I. I estate. ALFRED'A. FISHER' SNUFF .AND. TOBACCO. rriwiUf-b*:'pka* dt: 11ses.their. AIZgIIst4th. ., 1m. .. ,. .ll')' _' -- :.. .
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F & :_'W ivi 1&mfa ft--A.1..i. 'It" I SIX: sV tonli IBM of the estate of J-m G. Pad' -SUOOBS80B8of, ; '. i ll _.n&1, .'. toUdi. Ute of Lion County will Uhlt&sr 1.IJMCM ,. .
', lf J ThnpaMat n M.U1J 1dL1th.L .riek deceased UU id f Leon CJoonty;win exhibit bii tIOtUttn.11OBAo.: t2ie$1lttheirfriandrad.th- I Ir voocbcrs totb. .J t.a & t ..
.IW WPJt'&IUbth lackJD ;Iioount of Pj'obst.of OOSba gezierL "fll" Oiare'J. '. II ----a I .;.Jt BANAflDe'J3ii '' I 1Dd'1r'& lDIJ 'T

cl Q"'' Leon CO lllCblrltoSJ .z: can be obtained by addrwfea M ibert'Utib stab>. 1f of 0.'TBOUPMAX.WJUS'eburyi1(4.)1U4. LUCY THOMP805,Ai k' f $

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