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 27, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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New Firm and New Oo _. 'Come: One Come AiD! ; 'The Presbyterian Church, division-not'by a sectional line, but in relation of ceaseless l and' intojetabjle dissensions as ".us position,'b nrier" 'unlntentJooaUr. 'tlaa. d

.... examini' DAVID O.' .''large and We find the following: in the Spartanburg to doctrines and churcH prder-separating you stated-we have 'pexfeqYpfAC*! Insteadof I lint '' ? T" or. v ('t
AND selected stock gf gpoda pujcbiped by him.self lit one time a large'portion of.that!loose pending and inevitable division, .no, such I An inference' legitimateddatiUe! from
CRICHLW, FISHER, ,Co, consisting not only of die realities life,but also Express from which it has been eitensively floating fanatical, element to which you have thing is even in the distanee contemplated.Indeed I the l letter is,that I eharg d tU ,Presbyterian
friends tboee article well adapted to please all!, not only in extracted in'the The vindication Church South, with. inkewannneas Indifference !
thin method of informing their and and but\o newspapers. referred. Since that period our duty as regards we havo nothing about which either or
TAKE p b1ic'.gelferftll.fYthat they: .hatepurchased). H-Crich, quality.large, but styles.Dejected, particularly prices. This for the tock Florida U not markets cnly which it contains must be entirt'ly'satisfactory that matter has been easy, and generally to contend. or divide !t. Sjacifare, briefly the I upon .the .subject slavery. }I feipbstical'y -

.I d!' c 'A and..Bt'd belief that they win''offer as great Induce low not only for cash and the produce of the country and the insertion of it is but spiiits' for a' time remainrd.: Most of and the prospects of division. But there .rE'other pnt&flon. ,4.r: (..'."-"- .'.
1I e to purchasers jn 'furnishing all,necessary arti but also to those,it bo have been dealing with him an justice these have since'gone-some iii one direction, facts. I. Tb 'put myself rrgli'l.; Ittfltt,r?,afata By
ueuts .
for AU there of the
wishing to would to one leading denominations i in
-'es in our Hne wiott.. u cheap and on as reasonable advise years.to call and see these purchase we : our some in another-thinking themselves holier The principal religions newspaper of our propositions, tod adds ce.;.apartick of testi

as miv house imTown.and We hare now on hand, Glace, Chene Satin Plaid splendid and striped, land, a denomination remarkable for its intel. than we. Others a little fractious, have under denomination is published in Philadelphia .. -
,'* dwitt 'be di daHy.n-ceiving If' goods.,' consisting by nearly in every.part of vei141 Solid and Plaid Brocades ligence, for its uniform love of free government conservative influences, been restrained. large and bly conducted paper called the I mIn said that we.were upon tho eve'pfgnconjecturable -

., ladies Silk puon, latest tv1e. Blaelc Sllk8.aD widths, Oro de Rhine and Black Silks, of all pricoe and (eminently displayed in the American Thus has the process of reform gone on until Presbyteriw .!' That paperis now in the event That a strdg !le ofoa-
Meriao. and DeLaines of all qaali qualities now-ay, and for have 25th of its It circulates thooghout quailed fury was swiftly approacbing-ai, and
Casbmeret Black and colored Velvets, Revclulipn,) .and, at the.barne.time, forts to- past-we as a year age. I'
ties an colon.Silk Solid and plaid Cashmeres and-Herinoca, i : Church, been wholly free from agitation on the United States. It is one of the most con- that if the tie, of the Union canraovtofitunrcot.thcy
of the latest
and Straw Bonnets and beautiful ttyl, Solid. plaid, and figured Delaines, tal xeflption.from impertinent interferencewith that subject, not only in the meetings of our serv>.tive and reliable papersjn the world. 1 I. were'mad? of sterner .stuff J han

Bonnet in and RibboUl'Tafeta,u Ribbons.w Embroidered, plaid and black Alpacoas party politics.? We have: heard it often General Assembly, but, so far as I know, in have never yet seen in it an "infected" article, the history crthe"pa&hasur ThatthejUnos

jg Black and aJiredrms Dott.dVeik.Bi Spanish Black Bumbaziues and Mohair, observed and we think justly, that such n all the subordinate judicatories Tho fires nor one in any other way offensive to the of the Union had resisted political agitation,

ami Mavtillu, Ladies black and coli-red Debaigea Italian, cloak clets, thing as Presbyterians uniting as a body, in within have died out for want of combustible South. We have also a book publishing I but could they withstand religions faryf .
Xmbrok/ered linen cambric UanJkerclJie, Black and colored' and silk Talml1, material ; ard all attempts to introduce firebrands establishment, called the Board of Publica hbolitionism; had travelled from:'political *
and Extract Assorted, elections has never-been known in this *
Colognes party
;>'H"ir Brushes and CombA assorted.' English plushed Talmas. from without Ive so signally failed, dominion to religious conviction,and bad.fc1frcted .
Assorted Ginghams late style. 'Dotted and embroidered lace Vils, country. They confine themselves, as a that agitators have abandoned'thew hopeless tion.The members of that Board are elected f the whole mind and ,heart of the N orth.

French and EngUh Piials latest styles, Solid Black:plaid and colored and figured Bareges, church, to their appropriate province of matters task.There from year to year hy tho whole .Genera! Thattnnder i its palsying touch some of th.

Assorted Irish Linen, Welch Silk and euaze Shallejs FaineIs] l spiritual. The calm and dispassionatetone were two points to which you gave Assembly. The majority of the members are I strongest cords which JEuld."the t1 Tnipn tOgcti$

Table Ru'*ia Damask and Bird's, Brown Ee Diiper and Bleached, Red find yellow Flannels, of Mr.. nu rd's remarks is admirable : great prominence'in your speech. 1st The i always Noithprn men. Publishing House er had snapped, and that others were AssaJV

Bleached and Brown Domestic, assorted .Opera Fljwelj. .ofall.colors.Englibh imminent danger, nay, the certain ruin ttt i is also in Philadelphia-within that vast region -I ed, and, I believed, would give way.-! -id
and Erench embroidered bands, The Politicians and the Churches. Southern minorities whenever have that the Methodist and had
Osoaburga and Bed Ticking, Lace and linen C. Handkerchiefs Northern majorities whence you supposed nothing I Baptist QLorchet
A good assortment Flannels Emb'd Collars, Handkerchiefs aud, Uodersleeves, I: Ye"heap your dust on quick, and dead." obtained the sway. 2d. The utter clean" .could ever isne. The publicationsof divided upon the slavery question ; that ftp

Fools' Cap.and Wafers Letter,and itc,Note: Paper,Pena,Pencils, Embroidered Chemoisitte and Collarettes, I SHAKSPEAKZ.Hon. impossibility of Southern men, holding' any that Board amount now to 'about. five hun- I agitation was embracing, the Prfsb vterian and
Envelopes Blue, brown and Veil L. .'. Keltt S. C. sort fraternal intercourse dred different and .r Churches' andl oVd.thejtoo .
Large assortment (bf Geuts and Boys VAedj green Bareges, Orangcburg, wjth men on the i works.Large repeated I Episcopal ;
r made Clothing oft latest style, Black lore Veils, SIR : The nrtintenanceof cause of truth' other side of the lir.eVell! I do not know I editions of many of them have been for seve'ral would be rent in twain by it.. ', I

GeoU Calf Boots, Shoes, Brogans' Mid Cloth Cambric Thread Cotton and String and edgings Linen Laces.and Inserting, and righteousnf frequently impops on men what you politicians may find possible or impossible I years scattered all over our country. .They I alluded to the Pro byterian jCLnrcB,as to I

.Outers.; Bobinet and Mantilla Laces unpleasant duties. The[ application of this ; but your statements have led me to embrace a vast variety of subjects j ;'and are other' churches, vbtcaose I knew that the
Boy Shoes of all kinds. Colored look, narrowly I .into this matter I wished of all classes characters Northern members of that church
Ladies Kid white and black Mennoes fact. to the case before me I will now state : as to ad.ipted.to persons particular
I' Slippers welt Buskins, Curtaiu and Dress Calicoes, In common with thousands of delighted be prepared to.meet the danger should there and conditions-tracts, children's books, and were not beyond the reach oC.NoitherD'HDU.. IR

". black. and brown Lasting Garters, White Embroidered, black and Lace slate Curtains, citizens, I had the pleasure of listening to the he any, and cut off also all intercourse, shouldit nursery lullabies" forming no inconsiderable ment, which I said,and which I now' bfjjrra,
< 4. Foxed ** hosiery be found at and of their issues And sir if I to be radically abolftioniied! and 1 b I
White and black silk hosiery, addresses delivered at the complimentary dinner once hypocritical dis portion yet, you ; c iCM.
..a' Calf a Sho., 54 aud"low Ti( Ladies and Gents black and cord Kid Gloves, given re.ccmllyin this village to Col. Orr, honorable. But on turning the historic page, can point out a single paragraph in any one I had a distinct impression that':it lJadttotbHu
Ont M. halfShoes,higi quarters Misses colored Kid Gloves, the worthy Representative of this Congres. I find, ht. That so tar as the Presbyterian of them which directly or indirectly inculcates intact from agitation. niaimprea had

1 .. Silk Hats Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, sional District. When, that day, I took the Church is concerned, we at the South have I abolition sentiments, you can do what is .: obtained from passing! evens, and from'i
I w due Caaslmr. Huts October 13, 1855. 41 position hearing nothing could have been from the first been in the minority. 2d. It believed the whole South has thus far been grave and specific declaration of Mr. Calhoan.I .

xGeoU.. and Boys Caps, assorted, Blankets Plains Kerseys. further (from rny mind than the duty which appears from the Minutes of the Grneral unable to do indeed, it was precisely on I have just referred to the speech:of Mr. Cal.
and Scarfs
Italian Cravats ,
Assembly that of our these the Simon Pures" who hon which contains tbe.,deciaration a
Silk Stocks and neck Ties. BALES Blankets now devolves upon me-that calling your present Synods-thirty grounds that *&
A good assortment of Geuta. Linen Bosoms,Shirk W) 1 do. heavy do. Mackinaw p-ey do. attention, and that of tho public! to certain in all-only twelve are in the slave States, now 'cotistitucthe Free Synod" of the find it an pie and conclusive ,to-j3jy voficpi-

and Collars. Bales black and brown Georgia Plains, statements made in your speech. Had you I and one other is divided by the line. West, 'left us. Our Assembly was firm as tion. Speaking qf (ha;efifect of tB'e abolition

AU of which we will sell as low credit.ts aDY house iu Do. Georgia rolled Kerseys. confined yourself to politics proper : or, as an Of the one hundred and forty-eight Presbyteries Gibraltar against their seductions and assaults; agitation jjpdn the j.religions cords which aided .

Town either for 22,caM 18KL or approred 38 Ackleyand Rocky Rook Lo.uis"illedo.Plains. episoda had you been consent with the humane only fifty eight belong to the South !! and they could pour none of their lava streams to"bold the Union together, he said:.
September Moderators! the have the of the of either the Assembly "The first of these cords-which
Also, an assortment of Lin!eys, plaid and plain. ,act of interring dec.cnlly: tbe remains of Assembly appoint. through any presses 'snapped
Clothing. Landing"-fiora brig,Mystjc, and for sale by the supposed defunct Knuw Nothing"organi. ing of most of the .committees-consequently or the Synods. They left ; and for under its explosive force (abolitioi Tsm) i b '-

r.e ved. pw. fechr. "W. H. Hazard an awort McXAUGHT t ORMOND. zation,,you never should hate heard from me. they have great power over all the business the "reformation" of the rest of mankind, that of the powerful Methodut Eiaopl;
JUST of Fall and winter ,Ctothiiig consistuig of Newport, October 13, 1855. 41 With matter* of that sort I have nothing transactions. There have been sixty-sven they are now doing their own publi hing. Church. The numerous .and..,strong .U

Black Cloth Frock Coats, BlacK doe skin Pants, do. In the language,however, of the deathless meetings of the General Assembly, and each With little if any qualification, I believe which held it together are all broke, and Its
Coats and Pants
Fancy" Cassimye.SatLnett. ... Clothing. Shakspearo"-and I quote from him asa has had its own Moderator. But of these that the same may psd! of the millions of unity gor e. .j ", *. S

Vests, Shirts, Collars. Drawers, Ac, &c.ATI BLACK CLOTH Sacks Frock and Frocks Coats, compliment to yourself and your honored sixtY'5 \Moderators only eighteen have books published by the- A'meric"Sunday The next.cprd r .that.snapped .was-that of

of neat t161'or; Sale by Tweeds do. do. compeers, for I noticed that several of you been from the South All this looks very School Union, the American Tract Society, the Baptists, ,one orthe largtst aod most respectable .

G. &J.39-6t IEGI NISS. Hunting Coats, drew largely from his rich tsules-in hii alarming in view of Jour recent picture But .and.the Episcopal Church-ay, and of their of the denorjaiBatiboaV,, That ..of It*

September. 29, 1855. Vests, of various material, language, I say, ye heap your du-t on quick yet it is also true. 3d. That instead of being newspapers and children's papers also which Presbyterian is pot.t11I.i irdj/9fumpcdt. ,but' HM
New,Fall and Winter Goods. Pantaloons, of various qualities, and dead." In other words, your statement overrun and driven out of the cburcb-th..y have an immense circulation. And yet all of its stratifbfiare given im .t"Thi '' *"'

-" : ECEIVED per SeLr. W.H. Hazard from N ew Superior Pilot and Over Mohair Coats do., respecting the} Presbyterian! and the Episcopal of the North having more than double ourstr'nfYthwe these are published North of the line. In- 'ai" :ijtf red 111'M.. Calhoun in th

11. York, Blanket! Over Coats and Jackets, etc, etc. Churches, as regarded their alleged connection have, with the aid of good men deed, nearly all our b".oks, of every kind, dying'speech; in the Senate Chamber, on th.
;Gmgtnms Calicoes, Blankets K.rs Georgia Plains, Plaid Lineets, McXAUGHT 4 ORMOKD. without intention on -- rnft to Jo them t thf f.mafips'AB ss of rabid fanatical publications,vastly: the country, who will, ckarge him with perv
K.tuckj J.ran ..T.fedsWbree _New jwrt, Olt., ><:r 13. 1830. 41 injustice or injury, consigned! their now strong regards fratornij ioioroaurso, I ned grcote ttt the nlrfi'glli, ...*! !...--.-.l.lj. verson iw ..,.al._ ... ,,- ".I-.
n__.__ awl__ a rocf Y' Ftiatndt,__ .___L.JUI.reu .___ only mention the fact that our General Assembly more numerous are the works of those mil formation upon the slavery question .
and, to a dissolution
aDO j.neuBro.Sbirtings -/mil -
OUTgl Shoes and Boots.MEN'S. compact organizations speedy -
and Sheetings, if not an infamous tfrave. I is the cor.nrnon bond of union among lions who have not bowed the Jcnee to the I have the honor l lo be, yoor'. die t } -

$!eachcd Shirtings and Sheetings, .II WOMEN'S stic. For sale and byMcN'AUGllT BOY'S Shoes and Boot You will not undeibland: 1 me to deny either all the churches. It covers the broad ar M of modern Baal. Nor do I agree with you that vant, LAWRENCE. .:1TT,

"Bfearhed Mouslin de and Brown Canton Flaunels! ) Laines.
ALSO Newport October 13.1855. 41 to the Church in any of its aspects, condi delegation is in proportion to tho number and thing portentous of a worse state of things in '- .
s' French Worked Collarf.! ------------ Li-ins or bearings even in [political speeches the strength of the Presbyteries. There may the future. So far as the Qld.' School General From the" 'Cit' e Oct t.

Black.English Crape Collars Boots and Shoes, It was your I light. The Church also plants then, in any Assembly be twice as many members Assembly is concerned j ,the South may AB Irish Tlcw of W 'I ,

Embroidered Handkerchiefs, LADIES Kid." Jenny.L.. BuskuM herself boldly! l before the wo Id and inxites from the Xorth 8S flOm the South. The have the fullest confidence its future char The Fermanaghir'jititt R e* '. commenting -

i .Cambric Gentlemen's and plain Swiss and edge printed aad ioMrtiogs Linen Handle, walking Ties.M Shoes and challenges-investigation of her character -: meetings ol the assembly are held without acter and action. Tor"jiot: only are its spirits o" the Ictteri:'of '' 012 Sim" In h:
.. Black respect to latiude. In 1852 it met in Charleston and its principles t thoroughly conservative; .1' a
French working Cotton, cloth}, Gaiters, her condition and her works. What I regret I CrnzEsays i : -
Stamped Collars and Bands for Embroidering-, Prunell Buskins. :is that you had not informed yourselfmore ; and never probably, was there a more but it is all powerful, as regards ability to ..-. t. |1\ .
Patent Linen a 4'a Calf- I fully of the facts in relation to the Churches harmonious and perfectly delighted companyof keep out or. suppress fanaticism or error of One,thing.we may Jele awared :of that
Superior Black Lustring Silk, Bootees, of which <.ke. And what I men found on the earth, Dr. John C. Lord, whatever kind or under whatever name. Andso English intrigue hAVbeen: always at work to
lena you sp '
ALSO kip., pegged. lined Brogans of i is that uncorrected of Buffalo-one of our strongest delendcrs determined:; have its members been that break up or enfeeble the United State*., Almost
Bonnets end Bonnet Ribbons, and B Ercgans. I your statemputs, '
French, Artificial Flowers. calf Boots place tho e Churches in a false light before against rabid fanaticism-in the chair, asioderator. agitation on vexed and fruitless subjects every agitation infjthit oaii try lua had
For wle by G. & J. MEGINNISS.. sewed I the world and thus do them great injustice I mingled much among the members should be excluded that they have, in several 'Engltih tnckffy .&,1! : bottoi of it. The
8fpte ,r,Z9,1855. 39-6t water proof Boots and injury. of that Assembly and I know tht.tir instances broken off all correspondence with abortion: raovernent is a ddtige of thatllnif,

Groceries &c. Boys" calf" sewed pegged and Boots pegged, shoe, In support or your argument in favor of a expressions of fraternal regard for thei r brethrenof prominentforeign bodies with which they supported by English enry and th ? AetSa ceja

kip pegged lined and B Brogans Southern organization, you pronounced the the South and their giateful feelings for formerly held intercourse, on accop9 ftheir of Yankee schemers. Had fherobjeet been to
4 JUST rftceived per..Scbr. W.H. Hazard from New .* unbound whole! mass of the population north of the the warmth of their reception in thaf Southern attempts to cast firebrands among' our churches free the slave another plan" wooM' ; itarabeaa

.; ,iRip .iW Ja va Coflte, ; Gents" fancy.t toilet clippers, slavery "limits, with the rarrbl( exceptions, emporium, were most cordial and profound or distract our ecclesiastical councils. adopted, aemetbing would" Lave been"bit open _
Black and Green Teas, Goat Patent and leather calf shoes" thoroughly and hopelehs-ly abolitionized !" -and that, not only white} they were in the The New Sehool Presbyterian Chutcb. a that,promised jsujces8, ,But' the object/ waa _

Crushed and Powderd Sngar, a cloth top Gaiters, stated that their conversation, their teachings, South ; for 1 saw in my exchange papers-for large and respectable body of Christians,;is to injurejAiriericV: and.ibja means tued have;
and Linseed Qil,. I then editor of the Southern also from to tended directly in that way. The Know-No.
Lamp Chide anele tie Shoes, their,books and their nursery lullabies, were was Presbyterian year year, becoming stronger _
JJarcing 11t 4, Sperm and Star Can.nes.'S'dap Cbitds and Misses colored and Black cloth Gaiters, all deeply imbued with these execrable sentiments : -a large number of letters publishedby and more uuited. Their approach is steadily thing conspiracy is, 1 like the Psalms of Dam,
Table Salt in boxes and
: ,
Currants.: CitranV'" Bsgs Plantation Russets, that in consequence of this state of the members of that Assembly, in the toward the position which we occupy. Its "anotboB of the< satbe." The :dope 'of that

Pickles in half gallon and quarts, iWomaos" kip" pegged" Bootee Buskins, I things division had taken place years ago, in Northern and Western papers after their mixture of uncongenial foreign elements is system know ,no*,itx .object, .therefore the

Jlough and Ready and Fig Tobacco, .All of which will be sold low by the Methodist and Baptist Churches, that the return home strongly expressive of the same: working off. Their tendency is to greater are properly named!;j.jwd'ia, eonaequen'dj; of
Candy ic, DAVID 0. WILSON. Presbyterian and the Episcopal Churches noble sentiments. Even to this day also, : compactness and order. In their last Gen that i ignorance the! are'codtiridally"q' ilien. .

-ALSO- October 13, 1855. 41" were in a state of deep agitation, were indeed there isa familiar and pleasing correspondencekept I eral Assembly their action was decidedly ing as to their principle ;-Som would exterminate ,.
,C M Fine Havanna Cigars I on the very eve of division, and that division;: up between many of those members and conservative; and, so far as I know satisfactory all foreignersothers ,all Roman ____
1 Barrel of South Florida arrow root Fish &c., per Asa Fish. was inevitable! their friends by whom they were entertained to their membership, in tho South. Even Catholics ; and otierp,again appear ;Jo confine ____

-ALSO- i A BBLS.No. I 1 Mackerel, Now while I freely admit that tho fanatical in''tfe'a'i! c' h.. .. 'as regards that body there is:less probability tneir animoaity ..tqP1e, Irish. atrrd of 5
An Assortment of Boots Shoes &e. 1J5 2 .
Since that the Phila. division than there' the Irish is no new ing in America : itla ..irJ5 _
has met in was'years (
< For Sal. br O. <
: ,&ptembtr.29,1855. 39 20 tt U 2 of it arc to far gone that no reasonable delphia, in Buffalo and Nashvillq all of No one, it.seems tome, caa doubt.the conservative old as Aflglo-Saxonism in that ceunt'/: 'The
-, -- 10 Quarter Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel, hope can be entertained respecting them ; and I which places there have been the same harmony spirit of the Episropai. It i it one of Irish may blame them'elves! and their faaehera

: :, NEW GROCERIES.Fkrsn JO U M O while I-agree with you that their spirit and I of action and the same cordialty of the last bodies in which we should expect to' a good deal for the dislike with >which,|h<>j _

ASSIVALS REMINGTON" 10 2 Bbls.Kitla No" 1 1 Salmon" course of action are highly censurable, I dissent i social intercourse. I was myself member find fanaticism of the rabid stripe of which are regarded ; but if they were, pm aaaao, ;
PEn P'ROKSE.W'1Q 2 '1 Shad, wholly from your interences as 10 what I of tho Assembly which met in Philadelphia in I I. you spoke.U Order" and unity' have ever meek as lambs, and holy aa the angels of.God..
50 Boxes Smoked Herring, must be the inevitable result of their fanatical 1853. There were many delegates from the i been their boast. And so far as I can learn, Aanglo-Saxonism; halo the q'; for j Jbas
d TtY ST received, and we now hare in store one ol the 25 "Cod Fish, course ; and I protest against the South, and I deny that any discrimination: i 110 division on the subject< '01 slavery has been wronged them and,capnt.fdrfive'viTbe-
; lots of the articles
ebokeM occupancy
following ever impor.
t tod into this market. For Mle by R. H. BERRY. on the part of the above named Churches, of .was made against Southern raen, ui that Assembly. !. anticipated, or is likely ever to occur. But ject &! 'Know-'NTotniifgism ,fs to- ba6fsb tbVl.
12'Cses Claret.Wine.O2 Octoberl8,18S5. 41 the position in which your 'statement 'would I am persuaded also that no members those several .bodies, taken .collectively! constitute rish from the United State*4r yeodtr power* !

i do Old 1625 Pale Sherry Just Received on Consignment, place, them. [You spread out before you 1, of the Assembly fram any other part of l a,well ordered conservative ptfalarjx of less their animosity. against.lh$ eoaotrj wbxiM i
1 Cask' Old Madeira, the ia'oro' more t And actuated misrule hua.n: &j them, iexg Una also
1 Cast LARGE lotof B4cooFlojir odWbiskey.which bearers those loathsome masses, and represent country cordially received, prodigious atrongth. they are | jt, to
t' Pipet Current Pale aDd Wine.Dark Cognac Brandy,1 1S05 A will be sole few'for cub by S. 8.KNIGHT.October them as abounding equally in all the more respectfully treated, or more kindly by a spirit which will neither flag in duty, distract and eueeble) the- Repollic." Tbia i
.t Cases of very fine Imperial Cognac Bra/ndy, IS 1855. 4T.. churches. But the Baptist and Methodist entertained by the citizens, than were those nor suffe(itself to be overborne. conspiracy appear lo be gbfng Id.. the'dogiv I :

1 ;Bbl aleny Brandy. -tfiut Brandy is avery .Just Received Churches, years ago cutloose from their por. from the South. The same' Hiaye,,been told Thus sir, have I, as in duty bound, laid the as it came from the devil' Thenbiy fact of
r popular beverage wjfh allot, the ladie ,.whereTer it isxnown on Consignment' tion of those contaminating bordes and pf \vaa the case at Buffalo.A facts respecting these several points briefly its tools being KtovNyiHittedjJg..
; it .is a" 'YU1..pl. .:drink" and wont'make I 00' BOXES Tobacco, Pore Virginia, put up the> before and hoping t at it will meet norantaftha. principles,ADd objcts l11&temi
member of
.irrunk come. expressly for the trade. ,For sale on liberal course have ever since stood, forth before the Assembly which recentlymet you your -
is.Bbla'*U U<*g TThisker. Urn by 8., 8. KNIGHT.'. world purged, commendable and, glorious in Nashville has related to me the follow approval, 1 shall through the press present it .is,breD ing.itnp, and at prc i.
,1 EbI.a FrakPe."<>r Bourboun" WhIskey October 13,1855.. 41 while the Presbyterian and Episcopal Churches ing incident, which occurred in that body, in them to the Southern public. .. ',' ...? cut.it dissolving like any other Cogy:J, -\,**.
.. 1.BbL.W'Jamaea.Ram. It is due to,all ie. concerned that this It i iasiu'I1ereh.e that whllefKnoxr.Xothincipra .
are still in tire odious,contact-still fraternizing direct conflict with your statements: An over 'paf.
< I BW. St.Croix Rum, tIll hauurJ-la Leon_Circnit,Court. should be done and !is dying out in !
f Dbl.'Hol1a d Gin, or striving to ,do H\yith. those on zealous delegate from one of the Congressional Facts investigations are _Anjejca, r1OUj
'. ( ',..10.6 Cask.Al. b Joga and Bottl,. David Barrow. ,1 whom politicians, not always, very.fastidious Associations down East being admittedto ,u-bat good men always desire., It affords me I honestnd tic &&.

.jr.J .L ; :,.vrua.l' rter., Harrison nt.IsabetU l in their moral tastes, spit only venom, and the ,floor as a corresponding member, so unfeigned pleasure to be ablejn these disjointed DubZinErthiiig'Mai4= pepog t
.., .DM. Bottle rarweirte tra Bitten, this U JL Adm'x \ times to-present Vo grai'ifying the system -Ireland.;' .This .
a dfBiehafd Uamsrn dec'ed, I from whose touch their purer spirits instinctively far forgot,his whereabouts as to undertake to a picture. P?
-normW, orink"and we gcflraatefl dtat (tie an' tc&liTjlp '. And 'I doubt not that and all other norance_of the Mail is inp e' t.l (
yourself J
'or tori'fer&e wetl head. Defendant I ITVrSrirtuepf recoil This/sir, is the position in lecture.Southern members upon their sins very
ffledy reJered One would
*> tOOOUStMrt,''ooOHf&og of -quality and at &DeeiEe : in said Base, onJ.XJ which you have,placed us 1 and duties Instantly a dozen or more Northern true patriots :will rejoice with us, whoso bat thlnkltie'go dma notTnovr
ttt f every ,the STlh: September,: 1835, the qodersirned Now in.relation to those divided Churches, 'members'. prang to'their: 'feet, each Ales hale been fought and won, aud-whose that the"lste .is.one'i'tntion 1f'heindmr la tt.
'..Jq'IA itiop: ipf tkt'aho.eA pt *31'-0os' ff receive y "','.-. House will .ell In,t.o flj.the X3ry highest Talkhassee bidder for, cash the, at first the Court I: say blessing on:them in their deed They eager to cast the first stone at him. And pe.aoe now i81 like the, placidlake.' You"politicians *of f rebruL.. r e'iK8C..Notb J.oi --

l sBoried.Siock* or Oivceriiea, Sttple.wiich Dry fa-_ December; 1866,thf failowiog pn"described.Lands Monday, chose' their .n course-bad a perfect rightto among them,,(boy gave him very much .such know'best what 'can' be'done in the .odgiit4inlridaNd. ;:'* 'Ii? .: MjsMaatjf in
HitATo.pi'BoaU; toalSboe*, aJl of' w.oo YU: da so-acted no doubt from conscientious a" Jetting-dovru" as the old mail' did to theyoungintruder political\Vo.lld. J but until I shall be convinced, -:?W
t ;by Pi tody Mef toDaD4gtT1us veerre.. *. frW..ter .*, .Wejnkev, ,;.The-W; t ot'the 8 W itrSectlon'3..Township 2Bamge tiveS'S'u'ed (he Only course which as ,whom be found"robbing: i; his t to the ',contrary j I shall I :indulge'the'ieag1qpetJ Bas been and r-llr"Ulna tfoolS 'tiHai.fr1, I

:-1W! F.BROOn, *hip.2Bang'e3Jf 1..Ead.che'.w": k E; the of Jf E.JpfN W'l of Ej Sec.Seotionlll., Tow they- opposed,'could'be taken. We took a orchard. "" Most' handsomly and"ablyjwy, ;,; you'may vel b ;'4bl 1 .to4adpr4 and, the g 'JVajFor'KnowN' .f"nnfn D ." !t1rp D.fti* .pzy

.lJ.' ..1 n-' .' t I'"u A..8R1N. ?:'J r., 1, iTrjwijttJjtp Zf nIt; ;J f.& *-*f.the.S':t x Oi ))9"E 1 of different course ; and I shall! show reached the my mformimt were the: Soutfiern members carry$ the.prqoipie do whtchwehiiye. acted .r'7 .1'va' ;.laM. r I
: news
: .,6.1h5.- ',' '," O.,.' Section SiTownslty&ttange l,B..Ei..6aBl'orB; same if not"a"more'de j lrable result.. defended by Northern'brethren, without -instead dividing, hold onto, your Constitution 1ItI.'JUoeT.ia.ttaretUt:. a _
.i&4. ("."" '... H.. s' J' 4..T C .IA 4. ;SflDf. As regards' ajsq {he Episcopal l Church I the necessity ,eta, .Southern 'man ,saying a ;and send fromnnder it those who an abe! apostle of that godly l doctrJLna.H
., ,
C. L. tion lO: owBaWj/ffiiDge/ 1 1&E tile-NW 'Its'overthrow 1 . abe vendthe AtUnUc an.bqTe r1i
'flyr bI W'I'Si.l. 'l. I ; land have in"lhe ajjorve mentioned respect, .nothingto word-such men as Dr, Boardjnau, of Philadelphia plot! i *'. f i ? r ..* ; .'*ir
r out
? Sictloai '
: (; $ 'At.an thWfottbi8W-of n, ofr
Ve'rspe p
.d.Y.lJL.u' u '. 1* 'Its < lptendeni will guard itshonof.1 Dr., DotnonlJkftf.'Newport; andfDr.EiceofSL pttuU1"&c.-: .' "
T A B aDofibeW k andt. ): roper ita tU'\fIAC2PIP .tmIi '
,.If : zbrJ": { ; : ; Ji NtJ.'J.'Q BdRD..Pipti1s ., MT.
q iata(1 'Bat.t ,fmmtateroftbe' Pre Louis taking-the lead m the 4r"-t >
: 'lw iR'm 'WI or ie a E i;ot 8eet D 1 te an th
'ia't. ,,1' \t" 'J,1f d Bribe zr of nr'11t rcbi'-located also the defence] r.A', .. .85 l.t ,&
N Uk. -'...' '. .'? r, to, ; + = ( :on, gouiik1su'n t 1 ; or tbe. "''-td.lA&. ... .
..'. Towathi2eq114E.theE1 01'tb.li W wkyou! sWi e aDl"n! the midst. of'theCommunity :InMead then, of Ha bejng.'tnie 'tEatsre oftheoa : '! :
: 4-gerIjt4 "fJ ; ; : aroziM" .
: ( ; pttepJ.t
rn i Sectioa., Tovoanip lr North fit Range 2/Eatti .
... .-. .L dl : before which your statements tlr{HLdJmgfii i J q being'overpowered, hr ft1
-r..' oJ.._. .. 'I 'iJ'S iW'fIof ?S'>-"i.DdttJ B'W'f ef'tM SW4sngs '.L eifr9.'r-'rr.iui.: t t."HU.i' t"
"CI i,._b.a-Gl'f' o'" -.' &...._p ,o ; w'efo. 'made, I consider it i incombent' me.- and'drtvert ou byj f jw;.'Y !! j Rcabahi: \ ,. .t. : .Jr t' 1' : n.
: 1.i '
w.GO\.L. ;t. t 1. S ( S E 110! Joe also to $ lr'-toilafo tb'e,facts i. fl'tf of, __.!_? Mm A B Ah *.k.& t' Ebrroa? In r t .. tr"'C' I" -, j' ;
oZ.il 5-. '. Is W i 1r. ." j 11Je you .they AAQ cb, W .f .! .ad: \MESSES. : your iiatje .f tte itinttaoVI m" a.. c 1, _
1l' j.1"' si&d :T ';1fcrt1J ftd &e ar !resr ectin g.,'said I 'Church;'and thdntbpport ''afford monition. the (act 1.a .wehaypt thein where "noticed:'a,t let r(a'adrcned tim, \ by :tI tp- iJi_ r '
j :; 'id itI. V, Z1ottb.LE' iJ .p. )thINBOSeO., [ 1ia onLsehie :- J li 1 '
: t I. AfIUWI .: ni1yof placin yoprsetnrfghtwith' ?i 91 i elezY.d 41 e the Rev: lf.lBma.'t& which,ypo.; Itptiift )311i
; loll : l' rth odEftit-K .
. w. fs1ltii Pf" '.t'r1 .4''i1-.1 .tainmf 7 i 1fD* the'Bi trow T aod a- .ltii' 'OJD01untt,- ann'n'tzotsoath'ajio" before'. ,*'tfie .we';rtarr wfenfe;:Within tbbbfrom wfrijty them J.Mr.dd-c ja l,' lJ.Ie i f't ") 9., :Id=ff!_ : "" r.1.1'." w
lU _
.t by a e &ssortinetit oC f&tbfLHatc.ot ',;', ) BOLONft ntt,/ tii r if)t1 : ;', I-: Qurbqea1e.n -.there tb ay"win r w! ..&i.-),PQ'U.\' ;J';_ ffif,..Wm.gwjtwJff. ; ol1JohAJI rwif _. .

..- .011, ]'tI. DA ID.t WILBON.r ; ffptrial Matter in Chaneerpeki As 1odg'a& 'AI" 1831tbedPr nefl d-t6t! ty-hota frftgfntntr o.lhat t lJe"l, d habit, and j.cannot.be ino ncea into [ and Jer lltmeoaw:AI.; or ._
t u; i-us. .fl-tdg; .I,Church. ctvsim. ced its reform and made Its disturbing element left to annoy. Instead I it; bat I -
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-11 Americanism 'Nothing.iIL't: Rev.":-. "w"; fcrwgner- --. ,' and no- comptalntliad everbeen : JJttw tore. '1I'01t'1rtt"iu.at atnmAL' ':. '. all eaf.t:1ftJiil"j" ;,;',,' Di. '

[ c1oribiait'Uonrua( This is the tenor of' an article! in tho New made ;goinal their fidelity or merit.-r One of the editors Uw8adasky Register, Oar Seminary, ,.S v' 'eI''4 u. little poaaiUe ..od As to the be* tj.

-- - -- V-ork JZrp 5 .r.eopie4ffnb>the' Sentinel last Three of hertfeputics. 4', lo the. Coarention. (Mr.- O. J. Victor, Esq., who)has recently ,witnessedihe 'We *r 'pleased to see our new*t'out ftfporoua : Ts".tBge. .

; : TALLAHASSEE : ,fi;<; kffro.which we make the following ox. It. Morris, M!. Fitzsiramofis, and himselfwere) workings of the damnable sy stem above Invitation open,with sach flatteringprQflpeet r -\J'Another' important consideration is to

:t ,-* : *.' ".. .from New York *.$ We have been in/ormed by th< proper and efficient gendeman Prindld
"fj tract :* 4 also not na. !. .. n34ud1; writes Ic his paper, for
Saturday, October 27, 18..5. fh.A: ,Rrt'-rmcts.,D& nove'ty. in ite < 'Mr. MadisonValso'stated in the'course of-1 City, i 'rollows.: Principal- .--that- .4 there are alrqadyjn attendantbelween'fifty t -7 man who will interest hiinsdfn .
; .thepn,
: -- cr. dlo the Republi in. Tbe Tederal Constitution, ,I and innovations -and sixty p'upllsth!'dailyl'n;. gress and success of the
b Wn his remarks on the qualification of foreigners Among the latest most significant pupils,aDd l of
made in and hmgt in1''js aNa
1_ ;_ .P9UW! .d.olI r .r qare.of 12 liu@or 1787, signed in the social world, be ranked crease; and it is thought by many of our citzens ., ct-asinglyto promote the
... m first Iosetik;and fifty CeHtI1brcad3 eontnuto. ,nwrioan doeumeat..1i ow. .Even the (or. that "America was indebted to emigration for may proipentr of .
J ... "". ;.-," .- .. 1 eignen,* Uuithelped to make that instrument andtbstftughtshoulder her settlement and prosperity. .-.Th |part of the Free Lovcism. A visitor i in this city is that tho number'will bVfiear"nehoti; teminaryF He should bc a bboriOWjr

t: tr- ) nnoneefleTt; a. 01 eandiiLUs f5, to -be pal i I fromr1776to 1783 had to the shoulder-.ene e with nnd judgment our fathers toe America which had encouraged them most, I of not,likely tto.learn much.someone of this of last the specimen initiated Ired before the close of the first term..vllrc ** .4 <,, ing nwuw ::We are wefluth&4witkthru.J l.

1lftd .' -that tbz.OQtiTe branch of the Government progress, except PEVTOX, the Principal, is a gentlemon well ent fortunate eelectaon-only
had advanced most rapidly in population, agriculture shall l the by introduction the give l
branchwiththe way
that is, one third of it as a Legislative open tim
: 4 -.''. .t'- -' 1-.RalluoaIMatter---- ---- ,- power of eXf'CUtirog r the laws besides, must be A and the arts.' .' Club." Such a friend we found, and.whatwe I qualified for the situation, and seems determined and we have. no fears of &<* mojt -

L --- ---1-,., .. -- -. _$. 41*nativ ,"and they insisted upon it. They pave that"nt1vezntiv J\'hero i is the congeniality of these opinions heard and saw i, worthy of record, If for to raise the standard of scholarship and card most.alto 't.'observed &t
: 'The.arrivalX the)1'k' Sfcor, ttja ks, : the' poser 'otiginating) and nothing bat its moral all endeavors to make worthy teachers and when the elfct6iOtbtr
i t making treaties, and they put. in bit bunds exclusively and spirit of the great men, who framed the use possible : tlu J.a
i I- ''tiha cargo of Iron for the St Marks Itail1 the Army and Navy of the TJn'rtedState, with Constitution with the doctrines of modern On Broadway is a room occupying the of the support of all lovers education. He a good.aDd wm ent.letor e"'d
Toad directs .attention, wridi the militia the several States, when called into action whole 4th story of a large building, where : .ton IDd
public the
1- Company; by the United States. The presiding officer .f Know-Notiiingism? gather the professors and disciples of the appears to be zealous for theprosperity.of.theInstitution grade Qf instruction.elated l ,there*m L.

1: .'ceaedintcrsf; to the contemplated action the Senate must be a "native" to -that presiding Under the present.Constitution, every officein .* Free Lovers." These persons abrogate the and we predict a brilliant future no vwant of students. ? ."

r of') -the Directors. of- the Pensacola. and Geor officer which who presides ratifies over treaties that impeaches branch of judges the government nnd the Government, but two, is open alike to marriage laws, and deny their binding force. for our }"young college" under his p.re.Dd'' The subject of education istance .' ii\ .

-i j: .,gi iR&iica4; Company in the location of their makes fill Mofirnationsnflffiee, nod thus holds indirectly the( natiir.iljVed and native citizen. The Memphis They propose, as the only true marriage that supervision.We Jt Jre involved iswes of b1
which a meeting is to take all patronage and Federal p.wer. Our fnthera. persons of both sexes shall come together by"affinities" rntD'faaI
roate to
: complete / the deter. interest Never at
is/ Trustees
shows that this are glad.to see I any
conclusively preriou.tke:
Counties too. gave Congress the power to uniform Appeal -that is, they shall live'together j io 6e
;! place inthiicityon: Tuesday next. 1 I naturalimtion laws" nod M too't from the! State to is much a constitutional provision as that ns man and wife when their spiritual natures mined in their efforts to promote the educational history of our.ctyiqtry,hasits solution fcnLl
Bast of this manifest, as is reasonable ,give (to tbe F erlJl purer the right of racking:.cr not
; making citizens foreigners RtnlL Upon thequalification 'which deelaresibat the President and Vice assure them they are fitted for one another, interest of our community and State. more important results than at Pl'eIeDt..ne

'and. proper, great anxiety on the subject, andS : of Senators and Representatives in Congress, President shall be nadirs only. Now let us and shall only live together as long as their It[t is an ardent zeal worthy of the greatest reward area of freedom jll \' ening n
.. .. irif'r
At: be that the final actio PatllAra el.n ; ykru>A.l ortnfll .In"ti" I.L'n1l'ut.c "harmonious." .. -- .
.: earnestly to hoped < ' intures are When this harmony -
;; I which: go a surest wa\s t;keep authority;; :in Americanhands. : ; suppose a secret political organization of for. the and if they will but continue united and mamtest desUny" in the great rtetftfpire :

J 'of tho Board willbe such as ultimately tc: What is worthy of not>, foreigner tlll'n1'1eh-eK'I eign-born citizens in this county, branded together ceases parties are at liberty to ChOOSQother persevering in their efforts, they will yet sec is' far outstripping. tIJet'aUeict
associations and bed M
and of al 1 1 in al' Ybe of, and the necessity,, and board with t
'meet the ncquiescence approbation 1787, saw justice f'
J S f I tliese resti lotions. Such furoi; nvw us Albert Gnn:. and sworn to vote for no man for President .' others of the opposite sex if it pleases. Thisis their withes crowned with t the most.gratifyingsuccess. conquest, and more than fulfilling tiat cm.

1. i'; interests, however much-they may appear a t l' tin, n Switier-roan. cheerfully couenrrcd in them : and Vice President but one of their own the sum and substance of the whole insti- of tifo most enthusiastic, as wejl las_ the't al .

i present to cl sh. We nit persuaded fron I II 1 or though Vice'they PresidentS might cut him oil fiom being rrttident I!I order-a foreign-born citizen. What would: tution, regard it as we may ; and its fruits may The citizens! of the place deserve. the praise lations of the profoundest political //see*?; Ai\d I

i .. our.know ledge of the Directorship, that thc,' then, the American p-.ity is.no i Urn"no new j we think of such an organization? Would it easily We be guessed. of Florida's sons, for the.liberal and generous ere l long, the whole boundless $onfcienf
A,1r nt disposed to H\\"or.loc.1l, at the expense! litfLt-no.novtlJy! -no Nljtv-b'lt.! the <.Id! crganizntica entered the room at 8 o'clock. At one ill
have made towards j/ w quiver to the
not be denounced by the whole end advancement: they already mOrutl' h.tri'ad of 4if 4ngl0.!
haw thowr"fx of ((. \Vahin2trn. Alexr.nder Hamilton Benjamin country of the.large saloon was an :antechamber,
bf the_ general interest.This they Franklin,
_;; natin inn'cn w made! almost every di- the polar star ('fthe Federal Constitution. rights of the people ? Mot :8ur-'t1I.r it ,I lies &c. A company of men and women- doubt whether there is a city of the same size guage become the vehicle of the.thoughts of I

i,: .'iectioa' (rom Talll.hR A of country through wbich there was f Examiner, evince an ignorance, or gross pcrvorsien 'not look .well in print, hut"ho ought to be who
scope all must icill
just such an organization. It is agJiitist (the I much or been as liberal. For this prauc ; stampJhir character goodor
; a ronaoto probability, fipossibilily or a certain- I of the history, spirit and provisions of known ne'erlIll'leswcre! gathered 1 around is due. Let them but give their cordial for ill, the social moral
.1 whole tenor, spirit and drift of tho Constitution. -" a table, reciting French to Professor liatchelor Sup- upon political, religious .
made, A brief examination the Federal Constitution. Every poition of ,
:; "'ig( of a location being If, as a general race, opens all officesto the somewhat noted French Socialist,and co- poi t to the Seminary of their otcn founding, I and eternal interest of unborn million,

of the surveys and maps prepared by that sacred instrument ischamctciuod by the all Citizens. The case of the President and I jadjntor of Albert Brisbane and Stephen Pearl and manv of them vjll live .to.see.the day for centuries of generations to come. .There

S : "iir.jGriffin will show the large amount of labor samevisdom: and patiioti, and demandsthe Vice President is the exception to the generalrule. l lf j Andrews. After a short time the lessons were when hundreds* of the young men of the t South is something grand in, the thought, that that

performed.and the care taken to furnish fullefct populnr sanction. While it is truo f I over, when commenced the usual J.ilacity of in which
: The Kuow-X otlling order would con- I will repair to.this templeoflearningandleave topgue Shakspearo gave his impffj.
..ofthe country, to the that the Constitution that the Pro.q jthe! 'venin!. The attendance became constantly
acorrcctfrpcgraphy provides f'
;. cit the exception into the general rule, and *tcr-chicfly, of men and women.- its classic walls, boasting of a philosophy of oned thoughts ,their' freedom, :the language
: *!f feat!'a selection might be finally made dent and Vice President must be native-bon ,
< (
that the blind
which Grecian dreamed. At least Bard of d'J
: \ice versa. And yet, ware gravely told, I The exercises confuted promenading:-the no ever I Engla Ule-maies
t $Fth a full kndwlcdge'ofall the advantages itizens-it i at the same time, no;less true, that the American: party presents no novelties I men clasping the women around the waist, may we not hope to see the institution raised ]his angels, men and devils .speak ;, thtf diafcct
and disadvantages of this, that or the other that it leaves other office in the Government and talking in low tones. Tin's
::1; every in its creed f'rh.r, had its creed" apart was in : to the dignity of a College or a University: Ii i in which a Cbatham, a Burke a.C lljoun.a
:: r at. Without expressing any opinion as alike to the naturalized and native pre carnet of tho assimilation of soul)," so beau- Webster
p open with credit the entire
vailed, Gen. Washington could never have a Faculty reflecting on a Clay, have poured the,hot lava of
forth these .
; ,I 't; which of[Ike various lines ought to be a'fir. citizen. Modem Know Nothings would framea tifully pet by impractical abstractionists South and honor Florida ? There their
ll are eloquence, and unchilling *
made Alexander Hamilton his Secretary of I ; and it ilco was in earnest of such a upon .
but with the hope that such an different instiument from \\hat was I
jrcv3 pen very tho tide
the Treasury, nor could Albert Gallatin have. sight as this pen cannot record'without a sense no reasons to contrary as and bright as ever bore free
. : will be selected as will conform as near handed down to by such men as Washington I
one us of humiliation "
for dom
1p-; I held a foreign mission under Mr. Jefferson.Had .- poor, perverse human na- The favorablelocation} : will certainly oper- aloft on its waves, is to become the i
IS' possible to the spirit of the Compromise Madison, Franklin and Hamilton. Th tuic.
:;J1 ) its creed p.c\ailed, Hamilton could! not ate much in its favor. Our city is the seat voice whoso echoes are to drown the united
resolution adopted by the railroad convention would patch together a Constitution, in accordance Tho promenading and reasoning togeth-
.1 ef have held a seat in the Convention that framed I I cr" for while when of Government and remarkably healthy, beingat tones earth's babel! tongues, and our"land'slanguage"
on a music strikes
done without and! their various goes
it be with their
of last provided can plaform
r: "j': year, the Constitution. further evidence that np and the floor is filled with dancers. All, all seasons of the year free from malaria be hailed as the symbol. l of empire.But .

too great a cost over other lines we furnish council-constitutions, by which ercry office in there is something: "novel" in this "creed," I then, looks well enough to the careless observer and infectious or local diseases. This is a re if we would prcserye our language; if
' i' readers with a glance I 0 f. of the surveyed ,the Government would bo closed against nat- woj
: oar hut let a watchful he and would ward
; wo
eye kept, commendation which few in the.dav whiclimaybeholdthe
might refer to the fact that by the Constitu-j places possess .
: with their length.to All-gaior; uralizcrf- citizens.In see the pressing of hands that is r" '
: going on, pilgrim of the
such eminent Tallahassee. It is future standing.upoa
lion office in the Government from President an degree as
.1. j
' : coat roadbed and bl'idging-cost of road- the Convention, which adopted the! Fed every tho leering ofcye tho encircling of waists broken column of national
: I of access from quarter of this and our temple,endeavoring
down, is open alike to the Catholic and j by the gentlemen's arms, and there is littleI easy every
\ 'b tl in cost and eral Constiulion, there was one man who avowed -
-5\.re1'troduro-ditfrrence the
'f.n 'or
the Protestant, but by the creed" platform room for doubt of the character of the affinity the adjoining States. Let the Seminary at once by morn'3cokLlighi! thelred ray

... e.-'length. for. 'which items. of information we doctrines similar to those of modern and Constitutions Know-Xothing Councils, I which would bring souls harmoniously together. I take a high stand as the leading Institution of of the dying sunset, to decipher them,to bim,

: are indebted to Mr. Cabell, President of the Know-Nothings-Gouverneur.Morris. While all closed I ." \'looked on it in utter astonishment .lie country and this will draw parents from strange c characters inscribed opon. the rnihi
Upad. the question of the qualification of Senators they are against every one profess-1 I and could but turn in indignation to the of the
; : the Catholic faith." i distance having'children to educate, and I capjtolthe hieroglyphics. more

: .', .Inne: K.-This is called the lower Juic. It was under debate, ho moved to insert fonr- ng ___h !I apostles_._" _A :of A _such___.,a: .gross. deception, to protest .I II nduce them rermanentl.to'become.loel1ed. I modern Eg-5Pt-wc must preserve our I liber.

: : Ms the Bbortcstto Alligator over all.others by teen in&te&d-of four years citizenship"t S-am on the Bench. I ilbIII1S a.lady IL:3 \'IiJIiIJU.J.Jn present we found a milling communicant : among;; us. The-- different-0/ brancljes trade- I'I ties by educating the masses. Eptc.ZTzoLs-i

.-, .. '1.i6miles. It branches off from the St.Marks the movement.was etrinuously repelled] by It seems, says the Jacksonville JYeic. of i and facts enough were given us to will thus be benefitted, and increased and I the PalladiuIIl'both of our liberties and lan

: .. road About 3.21 miles from Tallahassee. many illustiious men and patriots the'body. Saturday last, there are several aspirants to authorize the interposition of the strong hand vitality given to the property of our capital. guage. It is this in its legitimate import

. miles the 3.21 miles Mr. Madison from the debate) wag of the law to break up the gatherings. Young
including (we which alone
_it :- ngth.l04,72 quote the vacant seat upon the Supreme Uench. bcautiful and These facts are truths, and as such will soon- can our institutions permanent

i :.I; -cost of road-bed and bridging, including not averse to some restrictions on this subject, First we have Woodward, of Leon, and i ted women out,to us as having accomplished given themselves were pom to er or later, yet inevitably exert their influence, and our language the living language of
\ 1I ":double tracking of 3.1 miles of St. Marks but could not agree to the proposed amendin -. CoL Pearson of thi* place. These two gen the embraces of certain young men, for whom and let us strenuously avoid all conflicting a living world. ALPHA..*
'Road, $ ') -cost" oi ruaa-uiM mJ ow- lI .161.t. rnv pplr;" n, luwir'vsr, I -
' they had an anum"hUp the wbnlo hmth (Snffrpcfs raise -
.. t1eriieis,:ill tbtrii political affinities; are Democrats tending to an opposition.-
perstrncturc, including: &c., 81215855. in the Constitution, unueccessary and improper but they are not announced as party erhood looked on approvingly and seemed to Capital may move elsewhere, but natural That Committee.; -

: This line runs some 14 miles south of Monti- I ; unnecessary, because the national legislature candidates. THcn them are Col. Sandersonand regard it as entirely proper. One beautiful position, climate, health, interest, pride andpopulation I It is a matter of mueh, inquiry, aa to what

. d:'i i cello--and.7 south of Madison Court House, is to have the right of regulating naturalization I j French girl present looked worn and exhausted -. the education-i has become of that Committee,'appointed by
)Ir. Fraser, also this.place. The latter -I ; it was told to us by our informant that, concentrate leading '
{ 'f Suwannee at the Warehouse. : and virtue thereof fix dif-- I the Democratic meeting held 22d ulL for tOO
.And crosses can, by ,
al interest of the State in Great
n gentleman we Believe is tiro'culy one who !six weeks ago Mademoiselle was as bloomingand our city. I
I. Line D.-Is the middle or base line, indui i rerert periods! of residence, as conditions of appears upon the field as a paitycandidate.. I''. loveable a creature ever graced any care and good management arc necessary to i I purpose of suggesting plan upon which to

, '.' '* ding the Oakland Branch, from Alligator -I enjoying different privileges of citizenship; He, it seems, is announced by Sari;/' { parlor, that she had become so thoroughly indoctrinated a Aril realization of its superior advantages.Other .- organize Democratic Club in this,city. I

, er to the.Warehouse and thence to A11ig:1tor.1 I improper, because it will give a tincture of JTj' with the Free Love principle as to -'earning! with half the would suggest to tho Committee that it is altogether
: rather by some of SamV followers, for ,
become truthful and
,Length to Alligator, 107.20 miles illiberality to the Constitution ; because it will a disciple- as a consequence important that the work should be
; I understand there has been no regular nomin ) she had }Income the mistress of fouror resources possessed' by this, have under good
I roadbed and bridging S-tOl,798-0f road-bed i 1 I put it out of the power of the national legis rewarded the commenced-the old Democratic baIl put in
five of the highest expectation
:4r ation. Col. Sanderson is a Whiff, but dne :piritllalmindccJ/ was now government
j4. and superstructure, 81,259,398. Difference j I I tare, even by the special acts of naturalization not run party grounds. We were von1much i but a wreck of what was a pure woman a few of friends. How then, to govern an institution motion juid an opportunity afforded every

J I" between this line and Line K, $- -dif- I to confer the full rank of citizenship on iu upon that heretofore I weeks since This, we were assured was but of tiiis kind is a question of no little inter- ,, American to come out on his country sid .

l \ L ference in length 2.48 miles. Passes south of I meritorious strangers; and because it will dis hopes as politics 'I one of tho many-instances ; and yet the 'Club' and Of it is Our enemies are now upon us; Know Nothing -
f"I I I"to'S would he out of this election much est importance. course impossi-
as .is within it
was rapidly increasing, drawing
'Monticello 7i and Madison C. H. from,2. ; I the most desirable class of people many meetings --are being held throughout
ii i. courage bin to lay down rule for each
; a particularitem
possible,and regret exceedingly: that even one people of intelligence and virtue .who thus I
fr the State and the Sentinel in*its last issue
from the
nmeil. emigrating to United Slates. Should ,
: sold themselves the Devil in of business which
of the candidates should be forward blindly to ,, the may subsequentlyarise
I 0:Lmf 'Rr-Goes out from Tallahassee to the proposed Constitution have the inteirdcd partizan. The Judiciary above put all as a purtiiit of an abstraction which is but impurity ; but, still there are some general observations I ((23d inst.,) made an eloquent.appeal to ita I

Eppea' r Plantation, then north of Lako Lay- effect of giving stability and reputation to our things itself in its deduction of practice. which may not he uttely useless or party in every. County, to send delegates f fto
,' Mills should be placed ahova \\airty olJigatiouf;, and Now, it is a fact that these things are well Tallahassee for the of perfecting a
fayetteto Cliffords, then to Bailey's government, great numbers of respectable w itlrtutt; Xheir ultimate beneficial effects. purpose'
a Judge, if possible, should not even kusto known to Parke G)dwin, to Horace Grecleyand and
thorough organization of the Know
? 'i1 en,by Scruggs'. to a junction with"line A, 8 Europeans, men who love liberty, and wish whom he owes his elevation. Mjr. Ottarson of the N. Y. Tribune- The first requisite wo would mention is, the perfect

" '. ; :. uir.9: miles from Madison C. H. Distance to to partake: its blessings,will be ready to trans But it is not onr to news- I'Mattison of the N. Y. Times:-indeed, to selection of a good .and intelligent board of .Nothings in the State. Once more, I say, let
S a
4 .f..AnigatorllOS.88 miles- t.of roadbed and fer their fortunes hither. All such would feel purpose get up members of the New York press generally ; Trustees. In 'the case before us, the City every Democrat go to work. :

J of road-bed and the of marked with aper) discussion of this matter. The qualifications and yet, not one note of condemnation have : Truly Yours,
being suspicious
( :-1>ridgiiig -6442K3: -cost mortification Council constitute this Boa 'J, and as they are
of the candidates( are purely of a uttered that it A DEMOCRAT.
give as an ,
personal I they They excuse
C superstructure 81,289,183. Difference cost anticipations, though they should not ., elected by the people of the plac, we are '
4 : character, and the people can judge of Il.i j jI a social experiment, ana tneywnsn to see ( -
.'I overitn. K. $73,328, difference in length covet the public honors. them well it worked out, but, great Heaven has it come confident that now and for All time their selection Vamoosed.
as as editors. We would however, !
': : xl.16 miles. Passes- south. of Monticello 3 Dr. Franklin spoke against -die .motion ,of I that under the circumstances of tho 1 that, to experiment t. innocence and virtueare will be of such men as !' suitable I The man Wheler, referred to in our last as
.V" .: uniles by or near Madison C. H., and crosses Gouverneur Morris. The people of Europe," say to be immolated ? New York has many ," capable,.faithful and honest." At present the editor of a Know Nothing paper m Florence .
gentlemen from the East should ho selected
_..71.,. .'the. Snwanne. at. Columbus. said the philosophic Franklin, are friendlyto for the po t."a say this not alone to the sins to answer than for this, but Free none Love more,infidel trudy breathing reprehensible this Council is composed of men well suited Ala.has disappeared. The Montgomery

:; Line 'C.-I* the same as line B to the end this country. Even in the country with ,people of our section, but to the whole State. and soul depraving innovation.A for their post and under their supervision the Advertiser of the 13th inst., communicates '

P .-of the revised line near Madison, then in a which we have been lately at war, we have UI:1UlUUUUTIU I.' iitii lirtn .,:fl .rrktrnT''' '.'...,, .fn.I" .fill. iT..;.. .;Jo' tJ.t4I... .int.,1tin.p....'ow..w. ttmQ.J -". ..
jI U"I" J
New York in the Savannah Republican
despatch : i
.\ri. straight line to the Warehouse, and then with now, and had :during the war, a great: many .Havana Plan Lottery-Class F. right. But this alone is not sufficient. It is I STOP THAT K.'iOW.loTIIIXG.EDI'tOR.We.
w of the 22d that the of
; "the Lower Line (K,) to Alligator. Distance friends, not only among the people at large, The following are the localities where tho says police necessary that each member should have the I Il learn 'from the Flor'ncela..)) Gaxettt that
that city, taken with an affinity, made an \ Charles'L)Yheler! .whocdited
a Know Nothing
Cost df road-bed and bridging but in both Houses of Parliament In
107.02 miles. interest of the Seminary at ht'art-J.ud not
principal prizes of the Jasper County Lottery, irruption into the rooms of the Free Lov **'** sheet published in- that town, has absconded,
tt '' :.-of toad.bed'and' superstructure, country in Europe all. the people arc drawn at-Macon on Monday, were taken.N. .- ers" Thursday night last, and carried off a only this, but exert himself to promote its suc- I leaving his Know Nothing admirers gaping

:t-ii :Y?1,393,342.: Difference'in cost, over Line K, our friends. We found in the course of the '),RH3. 815,000 in Richmond, Va., and .. lot of ring-leaders to the station house. cess and guard its welfare with a laudible : in silent wonder. Wo,. noticed in the last

-1 "t'8j77,487/oUffer.ence t in length 2.90 miles.- Revolution, that many strangers served us Rochester, N. Y. ; 2239 r"OOO Columbus, zeal. We. presume that State pride alone I Athens, (Ala.) Herald some serious charges

.jp ses" 1 miles of Monticello-and by faithfully, and that many natives took part against the fellow. The,Herald bad by since
: within i I| Geo. ; 8,190 84,000 Nashville, Tenn., and. UriJ'.tiD 'TAXES.1tvcuz.-Tho following I would prompt the present board. .10 such a

..R4t *-ne&r:Madison.v against their country. When foreigners, after Frederick City, Md. ; 349 $3,000 Savannah, table shows the amount-of duties received -I I course-of them, there is no complaint as to means which got hold he of Wheler a copy edited of an Abolition-in Con&rd paper

'Line.:/?.-! th? Upper Line, with Ac'Monticell lwkingabout after oruo other country in I, Ga., 3,406.$2.000Yilmington, N. C. ; 5,629 i; at seven of the principal ports of the United these matters. .It may not be amiss'hoAcevcr, NQW Hampshire( 1852.) Thla'paper was,

,- : "and Madison revisions, including wbieh they can obtain more happiness, give 81,500 Balmore, Md. ; 7,15181000 New States for the first quarter of the fiscal to caution.them against anticipated evils.- called the Tribune,.and was potigiQus for its

Jkejfcb HlJIaeTun from Madison, Eastward, the preference for ours, it is a proof of attachment York I Abolition This "wu too much
< proclivities.
; city. year ending 30th of September, as comparedwith Let them by all means bo united,. and never
,vthento the uJPCr. Line kA,)) at the Norton's 'which ought to excite our confidence --_ the previous year: allow a division to exist among .them in any for Wheler. Ho was taken with a leaving on
line Ailigktor. Cotton Rot in inAlaoama. the night of the 4th inst and has left vacant
e Craek Sink, and then: the upper to and 1855. 1854. manner concerning the policy"or rules governing -
.* of roadbed said ..h6 with A of the tbe editorial chair of tho,American Democrat
Wilson Mobile
Cost Mr. correspondent Tribune
: : iJ! -J Stan' e 107.03. .. miles.. rose feelings New York .810,657,000 813,767,000 the Institution. .This would at once which affords a fine opening for some young

1 .. and. rldgiog '610,12 ofroad-bed and which were perhaps peculiar ; mentioning tho writing from Dallas County, Alabama, com Boston . 2,149,000 )2,302,000 be a cause, which though insignificant at first Know Nothing aspirant after editorial honor
of circumstance of his not native and plains of iho cotton rot in that .. 1,086,000 2,374,000
:aperetrpctare,. $1 460,752. Difference being a bitterly region. Philadelphia ; might ultimately l build up two rival parties and

'; ;trvstloYer bine K, $250,897, difference .in the probability, -theldeas: of some gentlemen The cotton-boll, even on the top of the.stulk, Baltimore. . S 264,000 325,000 retard' the" progress of. education in this part The Columbia Planter Democrat haa$

..,4th'2.3I mBe within '\\ miles of 'should be pursued, of his being incapacitated exposed to the sun, and under.tbe most fare ruble New Charleston.Orleans. .,... .S.. ...25 13,000 1 ,000 545,000 99,900 of the State for -ywre to come. This is no following relative to the crops inTxp: .

:- 'fMonficello. 'and.by OrneAl' Madison from holding a place ,under the very Constitution circumstances to open, turns'dark on the St Louis ::. .80,000 260,000 uncommon oc.cuneneIany prosperous From alHhe .'daU- hindr-and we Stat havt.lateraccounta

"". 14 '.,**.*'tine-i. I the upper Line- 'near Monticel- which'he had shared the trust of.ma- upper side ; sometimes, only a small spot, and institutions have been made to"kiss the dust" led from believe.hat, every :section the cotton of tie .crop.

.iwSUdison at Columbus and king. He remarked'upon the illiberal complexion in a few days, it is entirely rotten and dries Total. . 14,600,000 8,682,000 -we are to .
crosses Lat
I :: : from this very cause. Again, the Trustees of this year will be rlarger than it wr
:'+ ..:then-.toAl ; Distance 1(17.40'mi CIw which} motion would give the system up; leaving no odor at all, although more Tho Legislature- -Tennessee, now in session should not interfere with the teachers as been'befpre., Including the ProdueeoCEaat

:' st roadbed and* bridgibg-$,'- and the eff cthicb.good system would haven than-half the bolls are rotten. What is remarkable era Texas-which by way of New uT;'.
I 1. Ct; jbf has counted the late vote of the State to alt r..ot.c\u1nge any part of their system of goes
$1,544,928-: 'invitifigt.meritorious, foreigners am'ong us. is, that the cotton, which is most ke.vind which amount jn thiaw '
uAo4 "
; 1.ro4ed .upewtructate : for Governor, with the following result : government; unless: tho, said government
_ .and the and mortification ; bad d of :130,000 ,b&\ee--.tho'\ t0tal crop lof.
: .t J gqce of. cost over, XtniJT8329,073io.fiogth 4 discoaagement they isleast.affectedD' particularly around the Eor Johnson,. . . .. 67,509 proves-to.bo injurious ,to the good condition will push close 250,000 bald -' ,- 1I

'ereaee: | S.68imle Fsie* half mast feel from-the degrading discrimination edges tho.fields.. There.is no sign of the U Gentry, .. I. S .65,342 and prosperity of the Institution. -The instructors a ,better prospect upon than; we had a month ago.

: 4 t"x .iaUe; S6*tiiof- Monti cello.and bI or Mar' .now:. broposed.,. Ho. had.himself' ,experienced' ben having'been! punctured by a:wojro or any should be left as free.to act as The ravages of.the worm have been by DO
.t I'U-dii. t. N-. .- ". this_mo'rtiflcttiolj.. 'J0n ttisjremoval into.Maryi.andiie other insect. :j'ft.ntersQem3 to think that Majority for Johnson,. . 2,167 siblo, and if each trustee is to hajp las. 'pos meant general Mbjec 'ofccc pUintja the

< O"" l.} '" ht.w iiii'b jf.fu chdapn uI ; found himself j C defect.of, resi- :the rot i'Mtribntbleto! somo peculiar .electrical Johnson', majority ..two years ,ago was in the the 'teachers should way' State nor have many.. ctiona experieaeea
,8eho.ot| r not
;! at e'of th'e : *. ,2261. : too much wet weather t fl&.sar-cp' .
1 rt tt.e ic'&Ji"Ol dence under,certain legal incapacities which ,'atmosphere. .
:. _, ... Xlias,. V.," *_ r e ;' *< ,' t_*. *. *ff JLy*v .-** t&Dethkrti .' *. : 1 .' ., be held responsible'for: dereliction.of duty be about 11,000 or,12JOO?' 1'1aiI .stmat fJ-

: ; ,at l48 ver,,Itm R by, $73-, ietW'-Ceasd' preface chagrin, though' he ''I1 Monroe. 'Courrfy-* (Key .P"'liblorY.L JfUf"" Jl1l.p I fed 't ;;', ld' .hisidjes! ,:trustees 'are..not,'generally made on the supposition thatBruotil(deootr

r t4uL* ; a4t e Ci7j"4elTJ,48J-ro.er I net assuredly didrider ; and wbhld 'net have West)elected their ticket-for County.'dlSMrt Unrof4wional.-Ju' :ftQughtoppf; the experience} disciplinarians, and .t in, the case makes about eu-tenths'6f the whole. ,crop of
: o@S.! J \which related.gura .. Court of Btjfialo New Ypjiskle the State. On.th T bole 'the'' fccU are
fi1jfffl1 I$320- accepted : ,W iIb.J-ab 'I Superior! < ,
ltin ut\lOOmJ' ho n'thie
: ,1
.4, LLr 01milet'orM'bn- lie cited"PMDlvhr. m.a.AipI1)O f of thudl.un ; JJP.,1, P.,. ,.....".. -. ... < .._._. '"ri .' ,, cide4t4; ,the ..Prohibitory JJquorJawJa uu-- supposed iwowould agr4e"up' ,same by no means dark foexa& .
., .lJ ; ayitenV.ofntfes,c jfij-cetions,, TJua U>>o of.ten
cn& -
01' _
l : confctwm, and tha Legislature.had -
-r1 io says '
; ; The Penraccla GoxcUe' '
,ltwpe4p ; with
t D..wit on. disgusted pokitiiW14de4 destroyed
8 ,
: : ') :' 'lt ; '. no rigbViifo.pas $uchjxnacL! :the. case of t ;anp.tb r 1Au .,ofjThe. i! tthgr&dtiofl,* ( Several.oie.oweipropertY
) il & tf
'hiD ;l 5. r r ,1 0 .... ,. xcti'G rirTcti .'nentrslfroit bo defendant w 'naQd kmfu fi.. at by,the LoJds moh.Of4ee.
8 .J 'MAs !: .: ,. : "Hf; L'l The p 'pia:8tycns: } acjmiti U r( .P *ZT ; ,i .. ." -' .., 'n.'', ; .
.t t.M the'Atlantic Ji was nt! a..Ib.., .,fle, lp" a,_ Iiow (* have commenced $ !* : Borbee
Lne. t t.M -iin l' 1 1Op. ;.tyot ,eaf among ted pffencecharged JUrlUnahim.;an :wasdUpharged. flriti ,riaenflattericg: '. topicos; b'' virfatlly4.v.fc.te '_Tand $ _.. .

- .'. te.Y I' U ttaiiJlt.riB tiI' .1d ,l' :,6<. no4t'iapopdtton! and .profperfty.-i. ,Notk4tifi1tati. :.skthg.4ip. :? .l.;*nfc. ,UwVent'Into-'effectin -9CQ10l11A fi ;.J. JtIU.1.tW.1'1r ;..'. erepce;' tho cor mS wOb 4. lit .::
I X < f tHo 2d n"Mto the ,
G that almost ill :tiiB'geberta'offi.taf 4 is I Pennaylvaofccn l .I snItoIt4iU I ,thtTlnanVis! .
.t.r'. jtu 1" n.' or Moitti-tA.I..wt r Tl n'.w i -4. tritu c4eratoi, : : :t'i, t'. I .1
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': {- Bold thei ..TieIrae J! One t 'Week. .fir5i7", I .. ..-. '- 7' "tf4' l ixi oe CoRl ; l lJ1 i I
\ ." '-" -- PEARSON''a t rfcjr? wek'l t Jtntiee of th* ID1Q1
The North' CarolmiiLlStdnddrel
H 'V ,:9 h; 1855. ABBIYAL'OP THE ATLANTIC.y Supreme rCoo tlof Florfdi, atW election December t,
: .
: lhV leaders :; ,
fact that the know-nothing appeal :NTEW : Oct IS. next to l14he death of -- -. k -:
dja1'ADi.knbQthb2g8 a. : ; YORJC, vacancy occa.siooefliyth. .. :: : Qr

y; to Se restive tinder)their title, and ar? stiifip j .. .The U S. Mail Steamship, Atlantic,. Capt. Judge D ngU& J
tignaal triumph ir }VshingtonCcmny <
cbioved a to'appropriate to themselves the great namj, West ha.? arrived. She .sailed from Liver. wi HODCKiss, ,P9ai: .:qq ,; ; ;
fficer aiitLorUed L
last Monday .for .County of"vAmercan" party, marks ont 'a' "policy,, pool the 6th inst; and brjngs ole week's: later tv are to announce Judge A. ,.- ..' .
WOODWARD eaodidaU for Joatice of UM Supreme ---
.K. N. elected Judge as a -
Ererett \n Whig was it intelligence, which is )important in !
a ;
very -run
which we have'always pursuervhen says: deceased. : '
: court, in qf the 49 .Thomas -
Douglas .
place b
X NIatto; Dami.wu elected commercial and political of \.It\ : H. .W. POOLE
t oTbr'Tab1r, We always speak of them as know.nqjLitigs, point T. H. HODGKISS, ; POOLE' ., .. ,

&k; wrer McKinnon, K. N. and Pearson, FROM TIE' SEAT or \ ,\. -. .- --- -_. --- ': :: .
as' nnd treat TO .
write of them know-nothings, ----- -- TTCCKMJORS -
-iecteH sh Hff over Morris K. N. is to be blown th. Allies. .
pern, was them ay know-nothipgs. That is their title,, Sebatnpl up by JOHN R LLOYD '

d the CotnmLsu oners are democratic through their Mines. are now ,sinking fur th purpose. .. .llonaxIss: & .SVTTTo; .
other. Their to change ,
and no attempt The Rn ftnn Army, nndef OortschakofT, ;s Auctioneer I :..
out.TBo name, and to assume -to themselves that of threatened by a I Ige force f6f the Allies at .
following was the vote given: Commission Jlerchant and Cotton Broker receive tbeir itock of Fall and TSTnt r.Ouo.L einliriinf( a rbowtr Mteetioti gtfti'S4f T*
: t Ame )can" is alike an evidence of their Eupntoria. ,I HAVE auJ other Dress Good. for Ladies aletGtntl' Pr M G<,>!!*, anti GcccUfcf. rn tk
For Judge of Probate: dishonesty an$ a roflecJjpn .upon a majoritY The Russians have }been defeated 1 in an. ..TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, I bold uim..-a eeoeral >6aortm.,Dt.. aiiitrd to tLe market as follow t -. t, .,. '., .
Everett .Auti-K. N.. Whi', 105 engagement near Eupatoria by the French now prepared to attend.to all kioda of sales. Real 4 'Y' I
of the people, rwhp .are Demacrats. Hold 13 Laces. : \, American furniture prm .'English)pniTrrt3'!.Furnitnre i
Tabor K, N.,, 53 cavalry. E@t/te. Negroes. Cnt (n. Furnittirr. tt, ulsn the ;( Corded XmEwichrcd S Onus
Ru&s Anti.K.. N., 45 them to the namo by jvhicb .1beJ'.were first hirtn Negroes' by private and public sale. His Viiie! and 1 l h:1c! silk Lace, American. SnxoDj.t) Dimity oi < t
GortschakofT, on the 3d inst., reported that in. Irish Linen. Plnld, Stdpel] :-)plain 'Jsevuet.Cambric ,
thereof English Tlirend aud! : f
friends will please take due notice ajid govern Li.ltt'OW, HiHiiton, Vakse3nnes, J
known-the name which they themselves Bwwt iluFl arxT Tarl.ton' Mnslioa, Berlin .
Court the trio
for Clerk'of : movements of Allies on his left were themselves accordingly. French, Plait. Brussels, White and hack Matin ant >
t vK Bonnet Ciird. and BoJ5Jn t,Table! ;DamasJr
plain flgJ ,
Hattoo' Dem., 118 assumed the ineffectual. and o'clock. I :
as most knowing, Ihe.shrew Auction days-WeduesHftv" Sfiturday.il ather Blood. Lace SpmdTuha.a&ito.TTiMm and

.McKianon, 1$. X.' 54 dest, and most appropriate qne they ctruld The Allied fl ,et had sailed! on sncret expedition October 27, 1855. 43 Embroideries. ] Dojlics Piano coveia,Tlirbet fd doth Salifcborr aod Opera F3 one -

Btrawn, Donx, -13 adopt : ; it is supposed. to Nicsdareff; O- Swiss, {ull,Jaconet, Cambric and Dimity Bands. s. Furniture finge:1 lllay .ra.'E,., Dispr ,
Skipper, Independent, 11 desF3. New Goods.; Edging and Insprtlu and Flouncing, Plain, Printed.' Un n'and cotton twills Bleached Sheetings aDd&hn'. I

For Sheriff: Twelve months ago tho question was, "Ar The Czar is at Odessa and will shortly be I HAVE received my supplj of Full and \TijiterGo Embroidered llpmstich'd, Sliced and Ij ce trimmed( ting Pillow case Lie en, BIesched3eaMAroaChecks. :

Pearson, Dem., 91 you a knoV.nothnand: the answer was in the Crimea.A I .Ml3 (bv late arrivals from New York, Baltimore Linen.Caiilb., Hilkfs and ready tonde Shirt Bosoms. !; White and Brorn ;'Holland; Domestic Giog-
t anil New Orleans: ,) and ofier them to the public on as hams and Cotton Fl nnel *ffeovy GvodM for plantation -
Norton, Dem., 62Morris "I know nothing about it." Know.nothings, collision is expected: 1 between Greece po. J terms as any house, in the city. In the stock is C/pliars, Sleeves) &c. < UK. Kerseys Oeo. Plains Sonthem Rights O -

K N., .55 then let them be. Let think of..Massa and the Western Powers.. embraced every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, A large eelectiooofthe. lat.est styles fcf Guipure,\ nnherg Denims TwilU. Negro Blankets Bed & .
J'o-nep Whig, 16 us The Food question is still serious in France Hardware! Crockery. fcc. Ac. For the Ladies, I have Houiton, Sliced nod Maltese Collar, Eiigliirf and \ Jean, Shirting SUipea Bed Ticking. Green Falxd!
chusetts, of the Nunnery meanness, of aboli. and a beautiful :' (' ) of Embroideries, Luces in Setts, French EOII J. Collars and .CI dm fetLe, lQur ilJg.\ Plain apd PUiJ IJD8e.r',R d, mite and Grey Flan
Editor '
You will observe,Mr. by adding up hatred I Germany. Mantles Cloth' Talmaa and Cloaks, and a few of the Collars and Sleeves. < nets, Casoimere and Safi-oetsV '
tionism of fusion of ff and \
; opposition .
divided Democratic vote, that the Dem- CoMMKKCTAL [INTELLIGENCE.LIVERPOOL. mi-si splendid Silks ever brought to this market. VEILS-Of every kind and variety.Bonnets. -j.T4 -- I,
.the : to the South in the free State of the I Blankets .
'I.I Planters are invited to look at ray Kerseys j
ocrats are largely in the majority in this Countv. I Oct. 0.-Coton! is depress'I. hcf-ra T. BAY WARD.October ? Sea It!and an$:>unty Baffin! ahl Rep. .
Louisville riots and murdcis ; and then let us Prices irregular. purchasing. Of FafhlmiaMe winter gtjles of Engli and j.-Ue ? .
downhillfor .
have been going 27 1855. 48 Cl6thrDg. .
The K. .Vs. think of the-knpw-nothings. The Tories of I There has been another rise in the rate of Straw, Belgrade. Rutlnnd, China Pear). Hair an"dLace < : _. ":;
lime. Though they made a desperate Tuscan, Plain }'IIDcyaud Satin Straw, Lace J JOjpeies A rood supply ( E adj Mad. Qftr.
torn Discount. It is 5 cent. There is Notice.
the Revolution and the members of the Hartford now j per .
Frock COAU V and
Cbiim Peiirl aud French Lace Hat for in < eots r aU. j r. ,
; effort on' the day of the election, you may Convention became at last ashamed of! much commercial) uneasiness. I ,VLT. persons having demands against the estate of I fauts. lUgoletteS, White} aud Cold, Turbaua and Pulka (( S '
notice that their vote amounts to only 54 and Consols are quoted at 67s.. American I Lafwoii lato of Leon County, deceased, Hoods. < Hajts; fl2 d Gags. -
their treason, and wished it buried in oblivion stocks I, will take notice that they must present thorn to the Gents Boys and JServnnta; 1hia"anJ.c..rF.ab..
.wo have reasons to hope that by the next are quiet. I ,time by law, or this Ribbons and Triinrnings.. }
but the .remembrance of it would not uudiTsjurned within the prescribed tonftble Silk and Wool Hats common wool doub Ser j
Presidential election, it will not amount to 4. ; notice will be plead' in bar of their recovery ; and all A rich assortment of Bonnets, Sush juni Belt Rib"b. vants. Arm/, Navy Bne( Black Qlued! aDd Smuk-
and will not die qut. So .it is with )hnownolhingism. San Luis Potosi Ca ured. person! indebted to eaid estate ara hereby notified toiiike .HIS of the very latest styles, Wiuter 'triwroiug'i of v' ing C..I .

The I people of this; County are becoming hold.thcp; ) to their nJ.mr-hold NEw: ORLEANS, Oct. 'JO. immediate. payment to the undersigned. Moire Antique, rocht, Bugle. }1gd. Vslvet, Plush ) t '
thoroughly disgusted with the secret organization" LEONORA P. LA 'FOO.N, Adm'x. and Yd\'tt Watered, Fringe ttge and Silk Emb''. \ :Boots dnd Shoes. ;

that would them to the record, darkened as it is with Advices of a later date than those, dispatched -I Oct-bcr 27, 18 5. Sw-43. i1 Velvet :. FringE's. White 11I1J GoIJ.Olitr ch Plumfls? Boots. Shoes. RuaU. Gaiters i ,Slippers! an.l pum w"it

an organization deprive their misdeeds and their falsehoods; and j.ive yes'erday are at hand, from tho Mexican -- and Feathers, Brid.il Wreathes Green Rose Leaves< all prices and of erer; size fur Ladies, Oeutt,Ch J-

thousands of their fellow countrymen, native i border. San Luis Potosi i is captured. The Rye Rye Rye Ruse Budii. French Bunches, Swans' Down,Black and'ttrvn and Servant t -,
them no quarters. Welcomes for the repenting and Col' Uir lt.l, Wreaths Tabs, At, Swau Victurioee. \ J .
born, of privileges, for which their revolutionary I National Guards are organizing throughout i FOR SALE BY S. S. KilGUT.I v> ting.. : r
for those who deceivedinto 43
prodigals- were I {' 27,1855. _
ancestors fought and bled, an .organization I' the country to be in readiness to march on j _u Mantles and:Taknas. Ingrain and TJirte plj.j Carpet Drujfct, oil Cloth-
the corrupt organization, and who come the city of Mexico if Uen. Vidauri think Da on-.Bggi-ng &c--- \
that would deprive of the rights of free A large selection of the most elegant Mantles. TfJ-;for Tabe! Ant Floor Marsha Chemille and Tapestry

men, thousands, foreign born citizens, who out of it shaking the dust pollution from proper. Ii received per latest arrivals from New Or. mas and Cloaks of the latest Parisian Style of all the Rugs. Carpet Binding Wonted and Cotton Damask
far Curtains
JeST and !
their.f et; but no quarters to the hardenedand t and New Yi-rk, the following articles which. prevailing colors and shapes, Mexican Talmas Talmas: Loops Taaaela .CurLtiIlL

have_ contributed largely to make our country incorrigible demagogue :and sycophants Later from Havana and Texas. they .rler at the lowest cash prices: de. Broijie: Rachel,.CapiKC: Eijlautiue, Moire Antique/ Crockery. rr".
of the wealthiest, most 16 Casks Bacon 10 Bales Bagging, Velvet and Empress and Cloth. -
one greatest, powerful I Real China, Ironstone ChinaTPIaTn OTa BobimlRD .
NEW ORLEANS Oct. 20. s,
whose sins all tbp waters of Jordan could
loiaud do. .
16 Ps. Sea
I 20 Bhbi. Flour Gloves Hose &c.Ladies' ;
flourishing nations on the face oftheg1obe ,.Frrtich aud common 8 too*,War.
never wash I The Black Warrior has arrived. : 30) Coils Rope, 10 Bbls. Whiskey,
away. steamship and Geuts' Silk, Wool and Linen Glove, ) '
with advices from Havana to the 17th. Nothing I ii'O' Hj Twine. 10 Bbla.Meas Pork. Gauntlets, Silk Mitts. Ladies' Black.! White and Mixed ,% Hardware. ... :-

have no desiro ItO enter -into a detail of NAVAL RETIRED LIST.-The Charleston of any;importance. 60 Kegs :Tails, RICHARDSON & WHITAKER.N s>iik. Cotton and Wool Hose, Children's Worsted and Pocket Knlre, Enireii. aod Furiv Carvb Kuiw.
C-jtton Ilo e, Gcub' Hose of all kinds Bhek and Fan-v Powder FIa8U..LockA Aogert. IXu.'Fi1 CbweJ. .
their evil doings, nor their ruinous objects ; Mercury learns from a "reliable source" that The: ]latest accounts from Texas stale thatI wjK-rt, Octob.-r 27, Is55. 43Marshal's ,. ey Cravats, Sttckaud' Ties, Ladies Silk'and Wool ( Draw Knlveg,,PJa, !Uast and Wrought ,Wnges.

the whole South seems to see through them. the President has decided to make no Naval I the official count of votes for im-mbers of Vests" G 'ntt' Lnreii;; and Silk lldkfs. Gents'Wool Silk S Blind Fasteners, Eeoa'a r'Mltr.
I Sale.
\Vhen the next Presidential election I Congress in the Eastern District, show the I t I'I't ,aud Cotton UnJerfhiits; Drawers,.tc. Ax. Sprir. Balanc*; .Twr'trart. ..Haltn .rad1Log
cprnes promotions before the meeting of Congress. !! election of Ward, the Democratic candidate': I B virtue of two executions issued from the U. S. Ladies' Dress Goods. Cbstrw.ITahcgsnj KnoW SbQ .1 and Toogn, ..
have:lost all footing' in the South' for the Northern District Florida Well Buckets Fire 1s
on, they will An"opportunity will be thus given to the ilh tLc District Court Ducat Sad Iiwoa,bbof
Callahan has had
Capt. another fight \\ the other in fvtr '- I Beautiful Silk Robes and -Drew Patterns' Plain
: favor of Newbold and Rue-ell, and Spades. Axle FuUesi Sash Cord Ct>tto...aaitManilla
and.every where else perhaps, except in some frjends of those who, consider they.have been )[exica ,.a.lld Indian/, dm ing'which the ttfvvn (ne m of }''UUIJII uul Jt nnilJgtoth '-s. David I'. F Brocade Black, White, Fancy and Satin'l>laidGrode Rope Rifle aodfihoti Goo*. Hone'.ihoe oalk

of the eitzemsbolition,. states. unjustly judged by the Reform Board, to of IIi dris Negrans was .burnt. It was reported Neweom, I have levied I upon the following lands, IQ ; Khiw, Poult de &ie, (iro Graiii;, Tort Satin Blk; Amour Cotton Cvrds,*]*?* kit ufBestcuiuUB.Iiew-e' .

that C. }had returned San I bud .Moire Antique Silk*, Wool Plaids. De- Wrought aails.ax .'- ,
This: new ordjar>$6umes the name of the appeal to the.Senate when the nominationsfor Capt. to WIt: \ ; z 'c )
7, \VNW'and S E 4of I Lames, Feb Merinos, Printed DeLaineo Casche, Chal \ .- '
TheEjSESctiifl' .
American Party," but.the anti-American prin- the new commissions are presented. A for reinforcements. Rumors are I N W i Section 8, and W4SE4 and S W J ofl !lies, Persian Twills, Printed Cashmere, Bereges and J Wl11owWar.. ..'; 'N. .!1--"zt= .S

ciple that pervades this order".in the North dispatch from Washington extensive prevalent that large numbers of the enemy I N W i Section.20. and EjV J Section 31, Township Tissues Brocade Feb -Merino, Colored Silk Velvet,t. S JJ} ,.Iv),..' and .Rubber ComX'cioth and" i
says had crossed over to the Texas tide of the Rio I 1. Rouge 4.S & E ; and S E J of N E 4 Sec. 25, White Berege and M. de Lame, French Chintz. Earl- hair Brushea Dre .SWeld.,..t lain and fancy Battens .

.is too obvious to hoodwink the Soath ..much preparations are making to operate on the Grande. A meeting has been )held at San ;I I Township 1. Range 3, S & E; and N i of NE 4.and ston Ginghams, Plain and Fig'd Alpaca,Florence nnd :ts Portmonais:Bankers Cas a.Pabt andes ,-Van>( bBriMk-

longer; some broken dftrn demagogues in the coming Congress. in reference to, the mat. Antonio, at which it was resolved to raise a 4-of N W i Section 6;Township..Rauge 4, S & E; Marceliu' Silk, Canton Cloth. A large supply of Amcricun \''' Silver Thimbles Ctttogaes ExtracK Fancy oOa
thousand for the service.I Is NEt of N E 4 Seetiou 2, Towuahip 2, RK g".2 and French Prints, Black and Colored Cloths [ and Soap Looking:;Q la *ea,Uuatard SajadT .
South are trying to reinstate themselves in ofJ&ce ter. men immediately S kE and S t ofN W t, Section C.Townsh'p'2, | for makiug! !Mantillas also a nice assortment(Second i Spoons and C forks Castora, Patent
by the influence of the K. N. order, but The Texas debt defeated by 3,000 majority. I Ran half of N W i of N E*. 'let Ac. Sawing BIrds Fancy Baskets tl tbs, Ham-
is We ]have Democratic victories, and we have I more or Ie!! AL-o one Dry Goods J
he patriotic vote of a thinking people gen. Republican 'ictoriesbut Know Nothing Hot Fighting with Chinese Pirates. I one third <>f the E | vf N W J, and one half of N Wi pen. Painted cedar:and, oak pails and: Jotaj Weft
erally sufficient to reject them. ; of N W 4 Section 1Inri; the one-third of S E i of N Black and fancy Cold. Cassimers, Cloths c.aLma.)Bu et& Oame-Bagi Dolls.'Babber Slavs,3t.el Pie. 't
Yours victories, where are t/iey 1 Election; follows Tho Atlantic brings advi-cs of a fierce j E } Section 2. in ,Towuship 2, f-f Range 3, S & E, 80 retts, Curtain Dtiiiask, Emb'd Curtain, Turkey Red,(Lemon Scjuetzcr and Oca Cap. : Q
truly, election, and in turn-brings} undivided interest in the -
encouragement ; sea.fight b.lWI'tliI! (IT. S. steamer Powha- ncrw mIl e cr less being an I "

A VOTER. and joy to all other parties, but to the Know- .I I tan and a large II-set of piratical junks that I four last named tract The above described land 1 .CROO ? IfS: .- ;;

Npthings, each leaves behind nothing but cold have been the China will l he fuld before the Court H..IUlc door in the Town j ". #. *<. ,. ... ; !'
i Associate Justice. disappointment "Sam". .is no longer the : infecting seas fcr sometime j of M'inticcllo, on the 1st Monday in December next, I Coffee, Sugar, Crushed. Clarified,Brown and PcrdeiSaleratus 'ed.Zlack and Green ,P ppw.Spfcw.'Bf: all kind*,
i past ft. came off! hear Hong Kong, I between the I legal! hours of sale to Batibfy said fi. fa'a. Candles, Soap, Sha<1. C&DdieA.N uta. CIT Ackers, Pickles, Worcester Sauce Muatafd,'Currant .
character ho was. lie has had losses, and.I and resulted in the destruction of ten war 1::121 BLACKBURN, U Marshal Yeast Powders, Starch. Olives, Tamarinds, Vinegar .Jaas:1t's.5jlGp' Potash. White Lead Buled*

2STTvnrANmLLE, Fla. Oct 17th, 1855. he feels it. He swaggers no more.' Trouble ,i junks averaging i-ybteen guns each, .varying I Northern Diotrict of Florida.Moiticello It.ud Raw Linseed oil, Lord cil, EI.l'L..t. Ja. fV tor (ill I. Pow _. T' .: ..JM.a.v.Pottr. .- "

Jtfr. Editor-I see from your valuable journal has made him prematurely old- ent him already ;i I from six to Sixteen October 27, 1665. 43. mtcilh, :. October 2. 885. 43- V ,' .
I sixty-right pounders. _. .
i ---- -- ----- --- - - - -- -w-----------_ _.
that the Hon. Mr. Woodward of your into the sixth age, and the big! manly : smaller junks escaped.It -- ,
: .
For Charleston.W. NEW GOODS) Notice. -
voice we heard so much of b-1 l ypr: is turning : i la that )h twpen five and six
is thought ( | If
city, announced as a candidate for the office -
j : M. TUNNO'S LINE. i LL i1'Ltf';
again toward childish.trble.) People persons to the subscriber for'tla
} : hundred] killed and wounded. i
of.Associate Justice in the place of Hon. look at him, and shake their heads, and prophesy : pieties w'ere 9'1IE Packet Brig Times," shortly' expece TOWLE & MYERS .V. year 1854. requited to call ,and.a tle their
had killed and
I Puuiiatan
Tho two men ; MCOUUU bv ca..h
Thomas deceased. I have ted' to r"veV'M sail 1 early 'u ovra- I 4 RE now receiving by recectJJL or utlrsebg t& bt.dey r
Douglas, no personal I that he is not long for thi3 world. J His ; November, the
: twi-lve serioutly \\oundfd, including Liciutenj j ber. For Freight at P&ssa{c, npF-ly to : arrival from New Yorkatisiionable unse tl.ed..ic Qqpts oiiaLs: date will be
acquaintance with Judge'Woodward ; I best friends no longer feel thf pride in him I i auts Pfjjram of Norfolk, and lltlando, of'| McNAUGHT t t ORMOND. I _ and well selected stock of placed in the bands fai flcsrcQlrtito_ ,,11 i.' _

do not know his capacities as a lawyer, or I they did. They are lolb to salute him \\ith Charleston, S. C. : :: Newport October, 1855. 41 j Watclif-s aud Jewelry, aLto will requested tht,tL.>e idebtC&tur the'pre t yr.z
his old pet name; and almost all their i.ilk of I caJrnuJ'cWeJ; ':r awounU by NotVo'r.Cash b.
his for the for whicl of elltIemcn'* goVi hunting levers ladirj i fore the list <
qualifications Judgeelnp, him is in I i H- Goods Asa Fish. Consisting day January next to avoid coat and
now an interceding, deprecalins.strajn. Dry per '
Price in New Orleans 13. I j gold I levers silver lever hunting, anclior. lepine and of I'uit. THOS"P-, ****
of Provisions Oct. >"
he 5 ij announced as a candidate. Judge Woodward Times have I ; "STb ,
changed bitterly \viih" OiDjhams Iri h J..in'O, Damask.Diaper, quartier Watches ; Cameo,Mosaic, Coral antI all g ,ld : 20, isss.. 44w I
so far as 1 know may be "cminentlj Sam" within the last twe1vesuonhs.-Gou. '! I II CALICO.. White and Red Flannel Koraeys Lin8fys. bosom pins and earrings, necklace, gold and jet cron- .
I Superfine Flour,. . a 88.<0i Jeans, Sattinett Bleached Shirtings, lockets and Tallahassee ,
Kentucky nud for hair
ncr Enquirer Oct. 15. see.bosom pins daguerreotypes JTeniale '
5f ,
Justice A4emy.u1s .
qualified for the office of Associate ,
.i Extra . a UnbleHcbed Shirtings, Ixniisinna Stripes and plaids, ; gold and hair bracelets; a large assoitruentff instiiutotj

but I cannot think that Middle Florida is entitied Poor fellow !-he'fi in a bad way, truly.- i Bacon Sides,. . .J: c a 13J! Women's Hose. Men's Hose. Handkerchiefs, Sunpenden fine plain, {!nIl ud), ruby, pearl and g met, onyx and t j pupils, and,will fc be JI of continuedun4sptm or "for the ret,eptiOQ of

to that office. The different Judges He has been doctored and )blistered until he !I Shoulders,. .. ... ... lljc a 11 1 | |I -, Buttons' Ac. For sale low by R.H.BERRY.42 cornelian finger ring; geotlemen's diamond pins; of w".-BP.own. a ssisted bj-bh daugnterWM. 8npsrintenflence --

I Hams . ... 12 16 October 20,1856. sleeve buttons plain, cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a BEOW.NK ha*h 3 tb dranUji of
... have been dh'idcd.betu'een the different is c a I > many years
; as nearly reduced _to. a weak, unsightly object, and i great variety of stods Cue gold, vest, fob and guard experience aa a teacher of
Lard .. . !females aod,
p. JOLca 13J Just Received chain. scab gold and slyer And-pencil cases
portions of Florida as they possibly his former friends, at least in this part of the) i keys pen and undjricl aleDtifc 1P-1h.dft JtotofiiDu.
Mess Pork, per bbL,. .$21.50) a 22.CO i New York. end, ?H silver nod steel specUcles, gold and silver 415. ', :. jTt
can b.., and I am decidedly >in favor of abiding country, ungratefully" cut his acquaintance"by Prime' 174 aSugar I Per Arlington from "j thimbles. p (tJ'uI r. g 'f;:i. nib, : ; J .'

by precedent East Florida is in my disavowing all sympathy. and connection ,. . . .". 4 c a 8 _9 0,.10"BOXES Soda Wine Crll do.ers, Tine Cntlcry nnd Guim. wiU have charge -ViiHw ki; eBel 'ClaM. in-a.
opinion that portion of our State from whicha with him. Molasses, per gaL,. 25 c a :OWhiskcJ 10" Graham Crackers, 'Dinner and breakfast knives without f rks, knurfa fl&OWteacIjeroffj. 1:14

Justice should be selected. ,.. . . 35 c a 37 i 10" PicNic do. I.and forks in setts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket Terms the same heretofore*, .:1 !
Rattle bis bones over the rfcnps, do. : cutlery, shears' scissors and razors;:fire double M. A.LONG Pr'. .. . 7c 9 1 0" Ginger .
Rope, a
The vacancy was made by tho death of the He's only,a pauper whom nobody owns.? I S S S 10 Bbls. So-la Biscuit, barrelled laminate teel nod stub twist guns, common THO. BALTZEIL; a-AVsfaiNB ,T.' j

incumbent from the East, and it is but just II I II I India: Bagging. . 13c a 14 10 Sugar do. 'guns, shf>t pouches of various patterns, flue.and D. C. WILSON.aaDYK ." 'j;t .l.f i
flasks, rods and MILES .
common powder cleaning Ely's NASH.
tfEXI'o.-The 10'" Butter Crackers caps '. ,v*.
that his place should be filled by an Eastern contest in Mexico appears Price in Tallahassee, Oct. 26. 10" Water do. .. v. f? wad, wad cutters, and materials for gunsmiths. October 13, 185& '41- : ;
Y. ..; : ; ;
: man.I to be whether the military, as it existed under Superfine I'lour.lO.OO a 11. 6 Lemon do. Silver autl Plalcd '1'nr Potatoes ,

; do the claims of Santa '. nna. shall maintained or totally Extra 1 11.00 a 12RaconSides 5 Beat Boston*Crackers Silver table, desert arc!tea spoons silver forks, soup Onions 4pL-" T'1 -
not urge any particular 6; .- 4 FEW DBLS. EACII 1"M1
Fancy and Indies butter" and knives, JaMi' "
m-ain pickle plated ..JJ
abolished. Vidaurri for its entire abolishment . 16
man for the office, all that, I desire js, that.theat'hould goes ,15 c.c 2" Mnpfe forks and spoons, waiters, ca-itrra, cake and fruit baskets .ti r SAte by Mc AttOrrr.. ontop. :
and insists it.shall have no voice in Shoulders, ... . )3ca_ 1.1IIam I 0" Pilot Bread I electro plated tea sets.and communion service Newport October 13.18fg. ; -fl.; ..
retain her rights. .. . . 15 20 : t.
c a 10"liMY. butter,.bu Uan.1 cream diodes, c!: 1ber and parlor
t. We (ihe East rely upon the magnanimityof t the formation' a new government, whereas Lard,. ... ... . 1c.a 16 F.'r ale by R II' ,BERRY. I c nQ1l: tieks, saltcellars, oqutt holdra,"card. aid Wopdwarc, &C-; i,.,. 1

the other portions of Ff rida, to give us our Carrera and Alvarez are .providing for the Mess Pork,. . .$25.00 a 2G.OO Odolotr 20J, S55. 42 flower baskets, and brittannU ware. q RDA.R.TriM. iolpQ TnB&E. [f

rights1 trusting that they will abide ,by that military. The issue will now be .betweenthe Prime . I .$..)0'..00 a Shoes, &e.,p r Asa Fish. I 1U"cf'lIaneolls .4 r cles. v Washboard ker Brooms.For Blacking Sale Cottoa. u

it people and the military, and the sooner it Sugar,. . . . lOca12 Subscriber has just'received a general 1I fUrt..1 Ladles: 'eticues! satchels, work: boxes, pearl,Berlin October IS, 1855. by, It IL'BBHRT' ,
to which is and '41 ; .'
just right.I TIlE and morocco monaies pearl card cases,coral -
1\loIasge8 .. .. 45 port t.
is decided the better for the S S c II'hi of Shoes, suitable for the country trade, I I, : :- .. .
country. I beain, coral necklaces and armlets, bracelets
wish it perfectly understood that I do not \ key,. . . .18 c a 50 consisting of .. I jet Gentlemen's TrImming '
and bosom ,hair and tooth
necklaces napkin ring
call in the of ..w. . . 12 ca' 12! Men's Kip Goat Skin, Calf and'Double Soled : _
question qualifications Judge Election"Riot in Baltimore. Rope, I I IWornt'rJ's bru>hes. hJit'fevivers. shell! buffalo, India rubber and JTNDER SHIRTS, of SUk.v vooI1Cottou. :
Indh Bagging,. . 18w Chappalis" Brogans, ivory corubs-chin and .ax dulls razor and > Drawers; "' -" 'I .;
'Woodward for the office that he is c Kid strops .
,.except : L5ndsCalf ,
BALTIMORE, Thursday Oct. 18, 1855. _d-_ : -- I Strapped Jenny money belU. eignr case, feather diwrcrs! pallor and Linen bosoaittd Sbi rtsa, rfl&t Ysriety.b.th .-
Lace, Shoes, and Boots,
from the middle portion.bf our.State. The.flection in ihe Nineteenth Ward of this GirlV Jenny Linda-&" Brogans d K>r bells, bohenii glass and china vases and bas .e:1 and rpilcd :"-'" I .!
m : A Valuable Family Medicine. keU terra cotta.v *ca and pitchers perfume bottles I r C* Co. ctJ k 'lIrpc Shirts. ()
I: tnut that will the ? 4
ludge"Voodward ... take city to.day for Councilman fill a vacancy For sale by R. H Y.Oct..bt'r Heavy r'
and sidf.
i jewelcsci: centre suspension lamps,lampshades ; .
So celebrated bas Dr. M'Lane's f' ,,' f.!
iew of this and withdraw occasioned death resulted iu the J2J" Vermifuge 20..1 8:15. 42 '
proper matter by successof chimneys and wicks, violins and bow,guitars. Sueer..R.tbk.c4UDteta..1' .
: r.
become, that it is regarded as,the only cure '
..claims.1 I am respectfully, thjB Know Nothing candid te. There was for worms. Familiesshould nevtr-be= without specific a Onions. banjos tambourines, accordeons. clarionets, flutes and :il19Ck'pog Skin. i4 aDd Cloth 1Jlnz, ..i' ....
Considerable rioting at the polls, and a man of it. At this season particularly, 'when worn supply fifes guitar and violin strings. fine cologne aud,other' ,Slk'P cket' HdIA LiDt4 Cambrie. .. el ",
. by the name:.of Konig was shot by the police, are BO troublesome and frequently' fatal among children A GOO for dry For sale by perfect cure perfumery and a general asortroent of Toys. traveflingShw1aqsi1rs lodeed : ,.13raccs 8to /: i '' '.
t- eyes. Watches sod jewelry repaired promptly and in.the i ever1 ,thing JIt tbitthat... '
(should be watchful and oo-the first be WMI4iI.
is .Several others parents ;
it thought fatally. were R H. BERR7. best .i&nngfrQzu tLe
Know KothingisBi' and !Abolitionism manner.otobr:2d1l855. brig, Myitc acd 1Of01
of those distressing which .
symptoms warn 42'
,, appearance October 20 1855. t
wounded; bat not dangerously. :: 42 I McNAUG '
The crest atroffarlo. whiehhas lust come off]. -, U.*W,of tbeir. presence 1 at.T once. apply 'this! *powerful.. *. '.. *and* .Newport..Oetobtot3,18615.! 1', 01ufOND.
%X I etncacioof reme vs are confluent tnas ..oOlY Per" Arlington" from New York. : '. 4J. ,
in the State of Ohio between the Democratic'party'beaded' The.Reported:Murder"jot Governor Reeder.ST. requires a trial, to convince all that it richly merits .'VIIJtIAll.P. SLUSSER .r

by Medill as their candidate forGovernor LOUIS, ThursdajrOct. 18," 1855. the praises .tltat have been luillb4'd1poo"it. It IS ..GUNP rial WDErt TEA. Sardines.Crushed Sugar, .bTbtcc. ,3.i. .l/Il-in,. .'

,-afrd tH: Abliti n..K1'W.w'NotLings, The Lexington! (Mo.) Express ,of Saturday safe produced and infallible.showing its Volumes great medical of certificates virtues.J3T can be I1YOD' .0 Loaf Ta,11ahasseeFLa.. ,! itnN.E them tmt spy .da.o

iI zoJ l&a'bYbj &'P.;"Chase. Thetriie: 'character publishes a'rumor that Ex-Governor..Reeder. P.uirhueriwitt. be careful to ask for Da.M' Black Starch, MANUFACTURER: OK CoPpERTIN'AD SHEET k Ch4iX3d .A1i.1*1t'

I of the issue u set forlh in a letter from MrIj&itb batibeen murdered at St. Josephs: The edi. LAx;" .CIUCI3RAThD.V.MIFUGI, and take none else.!; TableSilt Maecaroni,, Soap.Stnarts Syrup, IRON WARE "WiiotEs-jiLE tA..1D. RERAIL saTe ieaJ80, 'bj -'bDdI' .. -t ja: );4...
All in comparison, worthless :
tor pronounces it a hoax, but says, ihere is a t-tLavVermrftiges are Pot tub Cider and Wine Vinegar DEALER !LAIN, FANCY AKD JAPAJ.TSED |*" Q1UQ'jT.
which Dr. Jl'Lane'a also hit Celebrated Liver 3fewporf, Octo&tr 13;J853r .
DjCampbell'in positively Vermifuge
; ; be bad all Stores -
Pills at
: now respectable Drug -
,that M after thejJatforras of.the.American* in the Territory]; but ;wanotinjured.The ..iptheUoitedSt.atesanq.Can can; dao4?. I Salad Assorted Oil Ground' .* Pepper,, Stove-' liendnnrfere._. ...- ,Ulllug. nil t Kel'le,.. 'tl'it
Convention Ciereiand-and! of the twelve NwYork papers generally.doubt the JJP'Per sale at all!the Drug Stores In Tallahassee, :' .JUflRoad Snuff D A TID a. WILSON ia DOW ol ,
acd aLone Agency fh every Town in the South. Iniiigo A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, ParlorXJL aortment 01 .' -- .'lar -S
seceduig!F i\plates .Philadelrjlria' were truth otthe TarnoTj DU.buttbeTrib which "- rOFVST Nutmeg, Chocolate, and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatness
Oet ber. 21, 186lj. :,.' .. 1w' Gents plaid'a tkoej eiJaffetrt '
O t of tbe Hitfoiai ..a" '- : French Olives, Rice Wind'urability'at reduced prices. 1.. ,4. ** paaJt,
I Wbnedi, hdemning theTepeal: -: 'PQRrM9. .R &Jbe '1d "weed' "."h-
: -ALSO- Out Door "V rk. B k.cloth .
) .
: and .
'Cottp&irnte; ,Ikf rrClia '"feld 'toin, perhapamurdered..,somewhere in .Kansas by S 1t11 ;/ 40 Bag Rio Coffee, S N U cMe 1 t::
ip Roofing.Ornamental Front Baals! Guttering. Copper 0\ tweed V.,', r ..ott
., ; ,
(u he baa do'ne in bis public ptech- some 4fthe'tHlaiiTft-BQ.K I that Territory ;20 Java ; Y .4-
often.slnce, infesting and .Tin. Conducting -Pipes'J5he i > ead. Sheet 4. k.ar *f&. .; '. .,' S '."J "..f{
PORT! : MAnfr.S.t For sale by R:H. DERBY. Z,inc Lead Pipes, Patent Cistefn'l'uinpd. shop iwtkf .l.B1ack,a.tiq ,-. .. .
es,) that there was jio I ngi Anygcod reason with the Intent .o( subjectingjt.kx larery : : v#t t. ..
-p i:' RRIVEIi ,' '.. ctober,%0, 1 855. 42 ererj variety. done at short nOtice: > I :.f ;u CJodI alad. .Iff
rbybeKnow Nothing and R4>pnbJ"'ar'f ont :* t. l.' 'i'.1. 'Twetd....-' 1
.. : uxd Couutrjr,9Icrchamif 54m t .
:. .; Oct;*0. Bark cia Secor, Paine, {ram.N.,, ," .Wine &c. .Cliy ,Liaea boa 8L.J' .
r .
Brandy ,
de1au1j -
not' cwSily .co-operate in the ** .. -'/' Avt ,Eng d.>itb nil road iron to :Tallahassee R R. Co aDi invited loghra mea, call befort par- tt ; .J
't: .? .thtic1etcompoiayofancEdate. ; ai'ft: !prin- QHio>;icctTox.- A.dispatch;to r the"N. Y.EfenrJg"Pp&t WrSchr.- Arbogton March, from New-Ycvkto; .1(142' .1866-Brudr,a perfect cure for Greyileada. chasing e1aewb.re. ,* .'..'',..'L: ..-,).., S t' .,. .Jt'. ..tff :
1 Rienard,6a A Wbitaker auorted md. for inndrkt.Scbr. ,- : .OognaaBrandy,, '-.-* UF' N.B. All articles aDWactIMd i from.the- err. .5". Shirt ColLijs .LaA. .. -
well known ",opg t)asp> The;: tYjncIpatI5Gazetkreturns I ; f h 5- Wine other ,1I ; J'It...t'..1_
ta Jtote, Oerrant from ApaUchwola with tab ;iItDm'odG IMaga{ '' ,' ,'. hieq uis4riand warranted. databU." .. No arU- AJ.Gt'mt

.f.that Order! JZ ofJlhu.iDornbg:bac from .eveyTour to Captain. { -r 'i&rJ f Qla w1\ bq ofrered f orIa.. j .. .;,'. '
25 1Wk.ef4.Jl : % e tobeo1u5-; : .UI :. : : 'lr
J'l1aeBanth.wi11: mdilrptC..bow little e istod Countiei, which gite Chase a net.majority of it> *: f.CLEARED,, .4 '.. .20JKX A rled1qftri:' """.- :_- ,1"1" ; U' ; 4lt1uq.trtp.u. .

_be from.t the of1.the'Know 12, 50-for.Governor., The remaliiing.cpnn. Oct. 2a.13ii & impgtoD, Sawyer New Tork. 50 petnijohrls'allVites, ;'dOFPEIZ-. ': ldcJtr .. ..1. J. "
with 766 bales Upland. o,1A do.Sea Island do For ado by ''n.BERiY. 'Vr1 L 1".F 1"1.' ,i.t' J'J.J

Nothhaga D Obi"J: ; rat enemies of the ties:trill! iacreais llilr" gnre\ In forty.three 1 bate l woV;'u';boxes. tobaato:' 1'box machinery, 1 9ctober.Zo,85L ft..4t: ,I ,. I .4hr& r. ftB a ,.., \

.. .aod-t I1 ioIL.'t 'r- ccuz7tz1f1 v.r A .7 ':"' -*turt-lt';--tt.ih6\P Ti htf--Section*'!* ot do.tt. ai,,., t'bLL:tanowM'iJS.li.; ,. r rft;8 a1E .--r------ r.. j J. . : .. .. .. 10.:1 i .. "' 4.' : .

'.- -: f.Q 111\1 '-w-i "' hidei. .T ". ; Butter, Clietle'&Oh; /. tr r. A'm o..wt
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LW1f Rf bUia 1 !d'three Democratic .' .
1'1.u' .. '$$1i1.cJ1 4 ., i J I .i1'' .' t SELflQE ''/\'KEGS'Gosheo Butter," f1' M ., UII' ., Oetober ''JW. ,"" : ,.n .

-'".: .'! ; .tL48., ?eOflveneiat iilt. "r" J.:- .hti HY ai'1. ,rt,v.: fjU.i.ji'l r q tJBi "".LB..OitnUe.'Powell:Asa Tub )VOIL'BarIc4Vraici XV 40 HUM r '* "" 1' '0; -' J ;J.4I ,with rt r/beit. arlfiUoo.Majiaon. Iefe. .MD' 5i ,hir.of ..'X"VT p p'WbllTL

thCpito1. .:.tJs: yjj a thp1r1i1.MQU., tiel.Jbow.tbeelectioD 'Jtepuijic *'aeo r.:Paine. ',Brfc Myatio,'Flab;. n, ':50BflZM Enriiab Dairy CheeiV* "'t.: .i'NJkJt'lIi1ebv 1 ,J 1l. 4sQJ -- .Ooua...: .. 7a. pr;' ', _0 J ,
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7AlLAHASS&fFLORIDA' FN punuanee of a decree io Chancery the trader DISCOVER. OF 'THE, AGE. 8PB OU. MYLOTTERY. .CUTHBERT GEORGIA.

., JL signed; will offer for side, at the times and place i : etire.SchbTUtM year 'of;Ibis.r
; wII ThoUsal and, XUUil Dealer in herein designated upwards of a million acres of land, T>ROFESSOR WOOD offer!"for aale a perfect'hair THB resolution ofjh*JPaeultj and :

beside Iota ia the City of Apalichicola} and in theTownofNewportttwidathe JL restorative. It will in a short time restore the OF'THB been thrown into-coo lT iTin.' otmaeocfag onf I .
a .m property of the APALACHICOLA liair which ha* become grey permanently to its orig* QOGiA.j ,Monday <&ptk.ad. q o 1 ab4 .;f.t' I

-. -- LAND COMPANY vis: Such mal color.-bring* it oat Where it i is gone and I arrest I CJtNf ..GEORGIA.lIIS .. .DAT-Thursday after tb..Fourth.J3.bbathi i 4 4I SpiUmrfll BLothe Ins&i ptlaa l.

t UST RBCHVED from Few York full tapply portions of 8ill i l l.nds. hem the Counties! f f Leon it where falling off-clean*the headof the dandruff LOTTERY is eo.diicted on the plnn of th afd..Bro t' C ...

*& df Drag & Mf'dicioelP.sou.: Oil, Wiodow- Wakttlla and Gadsd9n. will be offered 1 in Tallahassee and itching removes all cutaneous eruptions and tenders T Royal LotUrv of Harani of single number-ami.I FAOULTY, ".'. ,' .ffeetoon tJOOJ1. 'i\-I_

Putty, &e on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER next; the scalp perfectly healthy by restoring the secretive drawn at Concert Hall. Macon Ga. under the swortsuperintendence I Arocarcs AUDXX A. M. President- .

t.80- and that part which lies in Franklin County will be organs to their original vigor and strength and I <>f Col.Geo. M Logan,and JIlL A. Nis. Engfeb Literature and Ancient V Logtug Pa0cEaTIPIcAT. .
offered at Apalachicola on the FIRST MOND i Y IN thus supply nutriment rod coloring matter to it.- Rev.J. II. CALDtrsu, A.M, Professor of IHD fbJ1 by,
500 (. SulpK Quinine, Farr Braoi JANUARY 1856. These lands lie on the Gulf Coast, It does not color the hair, but is, in ebort a perfect i. bet When, Isq. Grand Scheme for November Sub' 1865,, and Moral Pliilosophy. aud.pJ:;

: ; 1000 Ib.*. Epsom Salt, extern! from the St Marks to the Apalachicola River Hair invigorator nnd Tonic. i Prize amounting to Rev. F. X. :FOHBTK: A.'11,Professor of ; Assisti t Su '

9tQ G1anberJt and iaclud tbe Wands on said oai I To the young. who so much admire the beautifullock $60,000 ics and Natural Science. York says Dr. .ti S1..r"

900 Call Castor .. No 1. The term will be om third cash, the remnindet and ringlet,be feels that he will be pardoned,if .'Miss Ass E. Atpi Principal of Primary a caw of tb. moat j,

: L 10 eIAmp in equal instalments of one and two'years. with iuter- he offers the advice suggested long 's'udr and extensive C LASS G. ment, and Instructress f fn Botany and French. Ddmc.t"clIatrHaiD

100' 1feat.t.et. : eetfroindaynfsile. observations; it is to discard all cologne and 'Will 4. dirtribbt'd utfullrmi:Capitals. P.JL LIONOBXI, Principal of Musical De : tgMd 'A1)

:, tOo Liiseed;. For property purchased at these sale, tbe scrip of stimulating oils 'for the hair, and keep always upon the 1 Prize of. .*1 12.OO 1 Prize of. .. ..15.000) Miss E. LrmiM Assistant Teacher in } V BAt11a. V
jOO II EUIed.. the Apalachicwla Land owned by Stock- toilet a butte of the restorative for occasional use p.
Company I. "' 3.000 Mrs. L E. GaAMT and } K.T. .o'
SI Keg N. I, Whit Lead their will be received in and we can safely predict that henceforth, silver locks .
., holdrrp or assignees payment 1" 1.:001" mental Branches. I! attended :
.. .I,20n t .
It .J.O ". Extra I *t its relative value. aod'balfl heads will be unknown: for aMunigh/ the t. 11.00 This Institution now presents to the Public, da1qa11tol
I )
.s *0 Pure JOHN BEARD. Receiver Ac, tc. rose may blossom.upon the downy check-tbe dark 10- 400 10 tflgrs which few possets. A large and f'le ,. anJ2Jy friends

,& t 'M .at "Zinc Paint. July U, 1855 tf-28 eye be ever so piercing, and the treth those of pearf, 12" 120 20 J50 structed College edifice,; one of the largest die, yet a Je:> bottles IDIiJi
,' Iba TIN Proof Paiat still if the natural fluid be withheld from 100 01 Dr
100 r.iiThe: Sales above mentioned are postponed until hur, Tar restored
: 60" f'j 256 of. .. the State; all necessary outbuildings and ; m*
: r 100 Bart Window Glass iiMnrUd .ies. A large further notice and in conaequenct it becomes first dead and harsh 25 fitted in the most to'.ItL
23 a Boarding Department W
r wortintot of Pa Dt.'* Urial--Brushi, :. *** The Florida Sentinel I. Wnkulla Times, and the then grey or falls' off nature will be robbed of more Approximation Prizes or 860 comfortable under the up luteaib.d&
style superiutendance
I D.1LAES! than half its charms and it is 481 Prizes amounting to 50000. Only 10,000
Apxlachicola Commercial Advertiser will publish till ; although a sovereign Teachers themselves with .the domestic tsthI.m.t
May M, 1855. SI notified to discontinue. remedy for those wbe are gray as well as those who number. Every Prize drawn nt.each drawing and: under the careful direction; of ladies of n :
-f are bald, still all see the propriety of making only paid when due in full, without deduction. Orders Ma al d.
added to all the facilities! for a thorough cour
State of Florida. Savannah Medical College. I such nn application to the hair and scalp All is calculated strictly confidential, Drnwiojrs sent to orders. Reir- renkle
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f struction which any similar institution can on Suttit.
Th I' SENATORIAL ELECTION. f"DHE Third Course of Lecturos iu this Institution. 1 to preserve it both inn perfect and hpnlth\state. sten-d letters Itt my risk. Bill on all solvent Banks will be seen by reference to our Catalogue, .) wy:-I bad the tob S. }?j **'

-L will commence on the first Mouday ,io November From the Editjr of" the End Estate Adl"rti8fr 27 nt par. rates both of Board Ard Tuition are less than with J a most J ,.r *n"TiJO o _
( g S.-AW Street. Address Ticket $8 ; Halves $4 ; Quarters ?2. found elsewhere. This fact, in these times of mere skeleton lid "_ :"lIieQ r. '
next.The JAMES F. dtt
Clinical Lectures in Medicine and Suroreryattbe BOSTON, llarih 20, 54. WINTER ary pressute, is worthy the consideration of physician [ProtI .. 't

;. \ VACANCY having occurred in tlie office of Savannah Itapital. and the <3oll
;t ; etSwutor, in the fifteenth Senatorial District by commence the 15th October and continue during I'VY quite gray, I was induced some weeks since, to -- --- ----- -. The Boarding Department will be nn fer the wa* penmKled to tri Dr BWt*,I.i

4 iJ4 the resignation of Hon David Pn.v nce. an election the course. IlIIah' trial of jour hair restorative. I have used le"s Andrew S.Gntr, et a!. ) Leon Circuit. In Cbaneery. } (tion of President Alden and lady and of l"ro wl.ich. entirely healed By iS T5

t onpply' the tame whereby ordtrtxl to be held in 1 FACULTY: two bottles, but the gray hair have all tlilp- ".,f. f[ well and lady. With sjfncwun and J comfortable perfect health/bJ the o.e ftfSgj

}4. the *eT.rnl eauntiea of mid District on Monday, the Theory and Practice of Medicine-R. .D. ARNOLD reared ; and although my hair 'h.is not fully III Lined >wis Cuitis, (1 ./. ) tories large and convenient closets, new and [Signed] ANN,CuLL'

., .firth day of November proximo. The returns of the 1LD.Obstetrics. V its original color, jet the process change is gradually IT appealing to the (.ioutt t by affidavit, ira Je in this furmtme. good and experienced servants and _

I mid election will be made ia the manner preset ibod and) Diseases of Women and ChildrenP. I going'n, mi 1 I have great hopes that in a chi:it time that the f..UIwiugHuned defendants in the furnished with the best the market affords; .i'

; 4jy"Lw.t M. K LLOCJ. M. D. my hair will be as dark uofurlllerlI have also beenTPuch above case reside out of the State of Florida, and out with a wholesome) yet parental discipline, we : ,. .

t 'Ja Testimony thereof hiive hereto set my hind Principles and Practice of Surgery W. G.BCU.OCH. gratified at the healthy moisture. r.ndi orof "f the Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the places increase the liberal patronage with which the : RiclruJjt It CineirJna J "Is:

; t and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of tho M.D.ilelical. the bar, which before wag harsh and dry ijud,it.has hereinafter designated: RlCluuJ H.O dfn. belT has. .hithe.no been favored. onprofewiormr..I r"eocistrirj.

::1 Btate of Florida! : Done at the Capitol in Talla. Chemistry! -C. W. '. -, M. D. ceased to come out ns fornieilv. Anderson and Stephen: Carabreleng, who reside ;in the F. X. FORSTER.Secretary I raid Dr. Rogtr. Lirenrwi aDd Tu

:;, i huMe the otb day ofOct( r. A. D. 1S55. Intitation of Meiil'ine-E H. MARTIN, M. D. Respectfiillyous.D.. C. M. RITFP.I I State of New Yoik ; diaries] Black who resides in the of ". Wad., vbo wa .quite how with

: J.MEsaBROOME. Anatomy-T. (I. HOW\BD, M. D. ritiCAno May 1, '54.-I have used Prof. Wood's I. State of .Louisiana ; Charlotte )0;::. Oeddes, George F. August 11, .1855. 32-Uanl CONSUMPTION die with th. ppkt.
v Governor vf Florida.By Matena Medics and Medical Juriiprudence B.I Hair Restorative to decided. advantage. It preventsthe Geddes Eric William Leslie, Mary Margaret Leslie, -- --- - rtnif *had failed. '

). the Gi.mor-1ttet2 REAP M. DDetuotutrathr. biiir from coming out., gives it n gloss and soft- Charlotte Gumming Leslie, Eleanor Sinclair Leslie, Notice to Contractors. [ ] WM. MCHARDS M.D.

.4 ,. 'F. L. Vitttrifiwr. of Anitomy-Joa. J. WEST. M. D. ncs very desirable. The few gray hairs I had have Janet Leslie or Dunbnr, Mary Leslie or Cameron, OFFICE OF STAn EKCI.VETR, : -

Svcretaryf51at. Fees for the entire Cource. . $105 00 I entirely iJi"appenr<>J. (JJhers of my family have used Helen Leslie or Brown.Margaret Van Burle or Biscoe, OnAxozMiu. P. O, ST.JOHNS Th.tunSTA'1 written from -.abetfdcnrn.
q ; OotoWr 1S53. 40 Matriculation Ticket..5 00> it, and concur with me in pronouncing it all it professes William Leslie Iiubnch, Helen Cunnnine Imbncb and ArcfST 20TH. Roger Liverwort and Tar jittt",al
: : .V Papers in the Senatorial District copy. Ampe! facilities will be funi>hed fur the study of to: be. HENRY. CLARK, Michigan i Avenue.l'i.OY. Margaret St.Clair Black, who recide in'Europe ; and PROPOSALS will be received at it pla e. Dr. HOWARD p>ecnb *
Practical Anatomy. Board can be had at from 4 to Walker Anderson who resides in the Western Circuitof SEALED the 20th dny of Anguat,18fJ6, one eftht lxtnrduittttmit.

: State of Florida. *6 per week. For further p-irtienlara: apply to WOOl/': OIIIENTAL SC.VATIVE LIXIMENT. Floiiiln. structing a Canal with its 'aTy E. U. IIAYCRAFr..Drugig

C. VT WEST, M. I)., Dean. This Luiunent. i ii i valuable auxiliary; to tIe treatwLich It i id ordered that said defendants Jo appear and such as Lift Locks, Guard Icki, Basins &e. 'WiaxvAX-

j Auzuvt Ii. 1S55. _. 3m-32 "r""t..r.. ."."n.r.. P' II,.,". 'n.ol'':. ,r........:-.I..I.I...."' "I"C I:_;_._J. _Wlln.:... I I answer the bill f.f complaint' filed in this ease that h> -Lake_n ----J TTomcktr All-- tfiA.-- _Sit or_ .TtfU.na____ In.- _Trw__ian._. .Tlivfkr._._., ..,of Patriot_ ,GtlJia cQ.
------- --- to the said above n.imed wlw' jyr. AOgtre Liverwort ana;711 .b !
-- say defendant *
reside lance thirteen |
it is ciiilotS to contend f'-r instance iufiarna .mile*.3.410 feet ; authorized
-- Hides and B e5-vax. ; : out of this State kit in (be United States within of tnafehiny my. teiftfrom a pr;..
four General
tin of the lungs and \I"nl. By a thorough and coutiuued Assembly, of the State of Florida, at it
I : Proclamation by James E. Broome, THE sub eribers will pay the highest market pril"' I application of this Liniment owr the legions of- months} fiom the publication of this order; the dofen.lans don of'1854-5, by An Act entitled An Act to : [Signed] HENRY WI3EMAS.

l Hides and Bees iu cash ii I,I the affected the above named who reside in Europe within for and_ a Liberal of Internal -
Drv othei System
1i GOVERNOR OF TUB STATE AFORESAID. wax. or : exchaige organ, e formidable diea os nine encourage .of Denmark T .
for goods. G. i J 'MEGIXNIS8.September Tire at once disarmed of nmii' than half thf,ir terror months; from the publication of this order. and provement in this State. ,
44 fr t AOt\.1\lCY occurred in the having the
2P, 1S:S. S0-8t parti'ularlnmor.g childnn! and thousands! of mothers m Western Circuit Proposals! will specify the amount for which 1fIII&
;iV' 1. Justice; of the Supreme Court by the within two mouth that. man of this pLie uppoed kj .t.I -
--- ------ were they allowed to tpeak. wculd with. all theeloquence ; provided publication of tLk< work will be done, the modeand, manner in I I f
.i .dathof the Hon.Thomas Douglas nn election to order be made week for the the lost itafe of Ct*nnnpti<*\II
Eiip- Eskurcs look Out. of feeling and :frcct ion, bear th -ir unitedtestnnnnv once time above limited payments are to be made,whether in hinds or
,I the is ordered to be held in tbe for the by it* useU 1 1 [Signed]]
of the
,, .'4 ply Mme bercby sev The Niceties of Life. to the fact that it has snatched (1)ir <:hililrcn appearance defendants above named or portions of each. Maps, Profiles and estim.te MBRRl /
6&1'Iati throughout floe. State on Monday the frr.m- the j/iwn. of drain and restored them who reside in the United States, and once a mo tb for be seen at this office and any information WEATJjrRVw */.

'. t. j TfcW'day of December proximo.The JUST received per Asa Green Peas to their former. very Lcaltli. stud 1 beauty. Again it will be the period above limited for the appearance of the addressing tIle undersigned at 'Orange-Mill -
;;; .tuT Probate in the several counties wilI I : Gyetfr*. found powerful auxiliary in removing what, is defendants above named who reside in Europe. fice. St. John's River, Florida." Proposals will DRAKE DreggH of Xeni. O,
ti take due notice hereof; and conduct said Election I Natural'PresM Peaches, Aparagu generally AT ClItHEBEUS. be received for RailRoad of my.acquaintance,: .vba,Vt*
& ;. Make'returns of the to the office of the Secretary Quinces, Brandy Peaches as an Aij'ie.' Cake. or an enlargement of constructing last ,tag of Cona ption7.wa*
the Judge. same ground. F. L. DANCY
I' epleen indeed in nil cases where the external ,
..: of State i in the manner: prescribed by law for the line Apples, Pears, 15 of service, this i Liniment \ H1 be found application March 10, 1855. 4m 1m Nov. 4 10 State Engineer State of feet health by the ne of Dr. Rojtr
'I Plums use '. TbeVeure.wu a B>ot extraordin
; ; .lartio* of member'to Congress.In Plums. ful. -- August 31, 1855. 85-ly .
t wrtnM whereof I have hereto set my hand and I Chvrriea Durham
.' t ranted to be affixed tb'e. Great Seal of tbe State Currant Syrup Cayenne Pepper TROF. WOOD'S VEOETABtC JIAGIL WFE 51J.LS.BusiHEi Subscribers In Chanci'y for Gudulen COUld!. Oct. Terrn,1 -

.4 ': fII Florida.: Don at the Capitol in Talkhaseeetbi %Vast India lieserves, V Currie Powder. I D. May 80.'li3. Prof. 0.J. WOOD:-Dear V THE would respect Samuel B Love and James Bruce, *." (an OU. P *01

i <; .tbi;*'2Qth'day'of Sept. A D., 1855. Capers Fines .'Millers 'Epicurean Sauee, Sir:-As we have uacd nnd SPOt) used for a number Tallahw announce, Florida to the and citizens the ad of Administrators of Wm.Forbe,rt al, "j I .Bill.forvs. ) .Patriot'of ,lira O.. "ritn-I'"Wnwfflaa1 have. been

; '11' JAMES BROOME, 44 Capercines 'Ext i acts, assorted, of years, Jour Vegitablc Magic life Pills, we are prepared joining Counties of that V 1[ Partition. Ittr" twelv.
Georgia, hare [
U they opened a V that&n*;*he hat n5rertd.wjJbAI: (
to recommend them the
: 1 Govtrnur oj Florida. Nonpar-rile, Pepper Sauce to rube as superior CLOCK AND WATCH Shop (n Monroe Street Robert C. Lester. *
Ph4 Goftmor-Att Yeast Powder, Pep erruint, to all others and infallible in the curc.of the diseases I finally settled P.U.utONUY
\ : |' I two doors below MeDougall's Book Store where virtue of a Decree rendered in said case I 111 I She"w'ai '
t they entirely toed by&.
Cans of Tomatoes for which} recommended BY
a F. L. VrLLrricrr. ,Onteup, thAi are : willl.e l I
ready at all times to do '4th
Katt.October String Beans :Preserved Ginger. B. B. Leach. A. B. PettIsB. D. Albro, P. Jacobs every description of day October. 1855 .LITu. *SD.Taa I'H.. '
Seeretary of
work in their liu .
< Chroti"miter Duplex. Patent Lever Commissioners will proceed tosellon the fi st
I "11!I ,6,'1&56. 40 Green Corn, ;i' Orin Bttzzel, Spencer Sut\ell, Edward Gilber John -I, B.t VII.SOlf, lLD
j" ,Cylinder and common Vertical Watches repairedat In November next, before the Court House door in -
Albro, Luci<' B. Sweet, Elias R. Sweet John llacii- A POSUVE PACT.
F<*r sale! at the Grocery Emporium. I the shortest notice; also jobs and Clocks of every Town of Quincy at public outcry to the highest r *
t: Co- artners p .Notice. It. H. BERRY. raft Nathaniel Gilmore.Jam4sH.Pine, Wm. John} !on, description. By strict Attention to business they ate der?, the following described lands, lying in the ) .Dr.,Roger*'.jrnp of Lfrenrort|ml
It.fT'HE have tbra formed Co October 13, 1S. 41 Johnson Williams, G. Lawson, C. Farrar, D. Land*'rs. determir.ed, "thii '
: undersigned day a part. pont 81o11.rfJ airny difati1ird? ty of Gadsdt-n adjoining the town of Quincy : .it i i. ropene&e 'tVfrYDticr
4 !: under the name and style of BROOME. Pnor. WOOD:-Dear Sir:-Having used, and experienced N. B. Good work Horse and Buggy for sale at 6 Tlie South-east J of Section 8; 'East 4 of No th- the public-. ..Thi*if w LQ111.ow.

,-. A SHINE, for the purpose of transacting a general Notice. the effects of yur' Vegetable Magio Life months credit. i of Section 9;.South-west 4 of Section 8 ; North medidal 'cfrtucs.V

: Mercantile business, at the !late stand of J. PvBracvwell mouths after date the undersigned 'Exe-utor of Pills in my family, I will say that'as ft family medicine J C. HALL & CO. I of Section 7 ; South-east 4 of Section 7; all in ED IN SE SOXII-!
SIX they cannot lx valued too : J have
V : I will oot fail in rendering full and perfect satisfaction deceased, will present LiB aan.uuU and vouchers them in several bilious attacks and inflamation, andI ---- Acres. that cough which i i. daily wraito-

.1 :: to those who may be kind'enough to extend to us to the Judge of Probate,for said County and a.ak'. to will say that their virtues cannot be too highly nppieciated ioimcf i BOuIfl'ta.AIIES Terms of Sal f-One third in cash, and the irritating jour throat and Inog
for in
: tb eir patron&ge be discharged. every case they Lave speedily; trio T co'ored' straw Bonnets der in two equal annual instalments thereafter to I'V l -rnd disease,6oniDnptioo.1]11.p
n jpbri over disease, and, hence I feel l in
I Our stock will be new and large consisting of every4kta ROBERT GAMBLE I recornmrnd UKIU duty boundto J Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnet, secured by the bond of thv purchaser bearing a remedy can be obtained M
,10; V VMMlljkcj* J.ho Oro .rv, Wtapl Dry Goodfl. V Ez cut.r. to They operate perfectly plain' per cent interest from the day of sole with a of Liverwort and Tar.
1. '" .', Boot and Shoe Hat and Cap lines. All of our goode Septen.ber 29,1855. S9 easy, produc-ng no uneasy 8 sensation. vet their cperation black the
gage premises purchased. dtl
upon aJa4-EaM Imitations
. is thorough anti I aru satisfied! that .
; .' w. will4iapoee of on at reasonable terms as any other ; nothing more white satin and bilk HENRY H.
: fll j House urinecity, for Cash.er f<.r the'Produce of tile in most cases, is necessary than these valuable pills, bJil'k" extra size JOHN W. COWART BROWN is signed:Axoaiw Roosts,ea
( ) [SIONP.D.] ,
WM. to around each
.almt.JOHN F. BROOME, M. LAWTON & CO. peiform epecdy and triumphant cure. bottle.
0. ; ; -J Children and MNse straw WM. J. ATWATER .
V :. R. A.SHINE. Jr., Respeitluiij Yours. .'., 44 lists Commi ioners.Octo't't bottle, "or fix bottle' for ,. Sold

; g.ptetft er IS. ((22.) 1855. S8 SEA ISLAND COTTON FAC'TOKS, J. B. SANG Elt. For sale )by, DAVID C. WILSON. 6. 1855. 40tdiLeon by SCOVIL & MEAD.
#,. foo', No. 13 Southern Wharf, O. J. WOOD- CO, October IS. 11855. 41 bet. Conttand St XonU.N.:Orl* o*.
';. Notice.nPHE 'Proprietors, 65 Broadway, New York. Iron & THI SomDJr'8uuitowhclm:
I.! Olo-cvrlofijton. JSo. O County Works,
: :. firm ofT. EVCrtchlow 4; Brothers has been WK. M. LAWTON, R. WAINWEIOHT, dm 114 Market Street, St'Louis. A .ENC.V OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO d for Agencies must.s4-.
JL dissolved by tbe death of the -kil Ir partn..r.anJ BACOT D. H. Ames Agent Tallahassee, I'la. HE TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.l .
undersigned of the above
...f V JostrH T. Agent
l the business is continued at tbe old stand by Crichlow.Filher August 11, I6i5. 4m-S2 February 10, lR5. 6 will receive application for and make insurance HIS Establishment is now ia full operation. the Dmg Store in TaHaLattM.

,t 4 4 Co, who have bought the remaining stock JOHN W. EVANS,-- --- / against loaa by Ire on Brick and Frame Buildiuirs.. JL. orders. will.!.!be attended. to.with.. promptness. o..ia every Town 41. in Uu Soatk.Vww *_
=.:.t Lelonirinsr to the late firm. 1.11 persons indebted to Notice. Furniture, Merchandize tic. an work clone wun nearness ana aispatcn. v. VIII

the old firm are requested to call and settle with either I ATTORNEY AT LAW, January 29, 1953. 4 B C. LEWIS. All lynch of work such as Steam Work, Mill
if. of the surviving partnera as they are desirous ojdOling i SIX MONTHS after date- V tbe old business. of the estate! of H. B. Bradford, deceased attention im. .uwis Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers. :
up as speedily as possible WILL' give prompt to all buaioess en Plough Castings. I Port and Cedar Pit.
: J. P. t J. N. CRICHLOW. late of Leon Couuty, will exhibit his final account to his care, in the Counties of Thomas, RESIDLNT Castings. A-c.; also Sugar Kettles of any size Xeyt

? ; September !'. 1S5B S8 and Touchers to the "ion. Judge of Probate of Leon 'Decatar, Baker, Daugberty, Calhoun, Early aud Clay. DENTIST, constantly.! on hand. All work done in such eontinoe running regularly
County and ask to be discharged. F brtlary 17, 18 .7 tfLO.VG TALLAHASSEE FLIt.Is ment will be done by its, with a particular regard St.Marks New Port And Cedar

_A. Octrci.Mrs. EDWARD BRADFORD Administrator. now inserting Artificial Teeth pn the the strength and dui.ability of the work. Charleston during the wiatr for
: April 14, 1855. & GALBRAITH of the business friend of u.. ub-
: 15 6m. & new and improved principle, with ?\ -Workmen always in readiness topnt
\ : Mary L. Ball ATTOKXKYS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE.\. continuous gums, from one side to the .Engines. Ac. WIlLIAM M. TUNNO.

'_ her services to the Ladies of Tallahassee Manufactured Tobacco.I AT A. LONG
II:: OFFERS to make and"trim Bonnets aDd Fan SP'ALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands ated themselves in the practice of Law. lodgment of food. thereby rendering them perfectly cash, or' accepted orders on some business firm in Notice.
Mullen Manufactured They life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron,
't .e 41IIe Drew,aud solicit a literal chare of their Tobocco on consignment will attend the Court in the Middle, Circuit the Supreme Copper
I pationage. again this season 100 Boxes now on tbe way out- Courts ami the District Courts of the United so 88 to defy detection. He will attend to all calls Brass. Jail in MonUcello,JfiTenoo Cavat'.
1 m -2. 1858. i-ni Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and it I 4 I I States at Tallahassee. in Middle Florida for Full SettA. Those wishing Full AH letters,must be addressed (post paid) toJ..M. 20th of August a segr 'naa

wilt be.401d luwer than same qualit can be laid down I Office oppose the Court House. Sett elm obtain all necessary Information. by letter. V ..SHINE Tallahaaee.FJa. complexion, fiv* feat OM io k ,

Admini&tr tor's Notice. for from usual markets aud on time to good par. October 28. 1854. He ,will warrant, in evety instance, satisfaction, ami March 11, 1854. 10 .be .belong to V Lafayette

V 14_ ; ALL persons having demands sgaint the Ettate of ties. DANIEL LADD. -ly prices to suit the times. Terms Cash or when called County,Ttanear Snwannee Rrvtr. ,

ltk( M.:Harris,l late of Gadsden County deceased Newport August 41855. 31 MITCHELL & STEWART for. P. B. BriOKAW'S. to come forward, prove''prop
tlfV.I% V* will take notice that they must pr *cut them June 2f, 185-1. 25 and take him away, or be wUl.U
to within the RICHARD T. BiEcnrrr. riiAatrs ATTORNEYS AT LIVERY ME SALEiAUS direct
i j undersized duly authenticated time .__, w. DOWNING, LAW '
'"'' ,', DR. R. N. GARDNER
.. s; prescribed by law, or tfes; .ootice-will be pleadin barf : BfRCHETT Dowunrdr" .TALLAIIASSEE, FLORIDA.. JOEL WALKIR.
,. V :their recovery; and all persons indebted to said es- & JASI'EK, HAMILTON coTNrlFI.OR1 PA, I OFFERS his professional services to the citizens -- .-. __.- Sheriff of Jefferson Covaty.
? tate'an hereby notified to make immediate payment: ATTOBJiEYS AT AW\ & AGE T8 FOR CLAIMS T\7"ILL practice i rtt all the Courts of the Middle I and surrounding country. Office Proprietor would 1855. l'l-tl.

7. *: ; to be onderi ijrned. M. M. HARRIS, Adm'x. NO. 490, Soveiiili SI roe I, if Circuit, in Columbia and Alachua iu the Eastern at the Parsonage THE his friends and ink

.. _4 October 6, 1855._408wAdministrator's WASHINGTON CITY. 1bch Circuit) aud in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. September 29, 1855. 39 public, that he has rebuilt Hides V
:; t V _. Ibi5: V tf 12 -- large Brick Stables, at the old stand, Iud is any quantity, fcr which ..p.
Notice. before -
WILL practice the Court of Claims, and! A. HidcsVanted. prepared to accommodate his friends and will be paid in enh'orBROOMZ .
& "OPR weeks after date I intend to tbe claims before and the PERRY AMAKER fiji'
4 apply to Congress several BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the He also has attached to his Stables a good t .
V .J ,Judge of Probate j in, and fur tbe County of Gad- Departments. TTy AV! AWt ;.000) highest price wi ill be paid. Also Deer smith Shop where be will have have done all kinds 11
; den fat sell the Real Estate totbe July 28, 1855. 30
:/ kate to belonging and Otter kiin.. DAVID C. WILSON. Plantation work Horse shoeing} aud Carriage work | V V
.: .t&te MoLean bite of aid de- TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
V4 ef-Hugh tountv. V 'rtllahncsee, September 29, 1855. 39 the best manner and with promptness and
Corn Mill in I Use.
t '... ALEXANDEP.E.GREGORY, Adm'r. R. H. BERRY May 21!, 1853. V 20 ______ .___ _._ _ n _'_ patch.very '

1 Oetob.r4.I8. .4 D. P. Notice. November 1853. 44 approved ,LANIER COW
Auctioneer and Commission HOLLAND, sale by the Subscriber. Tk.
: Just Received. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, 1)ERSOXS liAviti demands or claims against the Wines, Syrups, &c. some time in UM through Ibis re
MERCHANT. : estate James Mi-Oil),deceased, lute of Gadaden of. md
Per Wm.; R. PclUxfron Jfeic Orlean : Qninry Florida Otard Worcestershire I Georgia, give perfect Jilt.
:; V Brandy
TALIAHASSEE, Fla, Sept 29, 1855. 39 County, are hereby noti6i'd, to present them properly OLD I with ease 40 busheLs*and therii
I ORANGES Lemons, Pine Apple' Guava nnd ---- WILL practice in the Omits of the Middle Cir- authenticated, to the undersigned administrator .vvith- Port Fresh Lobster, than the ordinary g'powef ap
Jellies Prone, Pears Sardines Pick- S. S. KNIGHT and Jackson and Frmiklui Counties in the time required by law or this notice will be plead -Madeira Shai. furnube* a hand to pot H
:; led Oyster. Brandy Peaches, Preserved Lemons, October 28, 1852. 42 tf iu bar their recovery ; and all those indebted are Sherry, -Clams. to give aatkiaetot np
t Orange. Pine Apple and Ginger, Green Gage Mar- AUCTIONEER,&.COMMISSION MERCHANT. ---- requested to make payment imma atey.] London Porter Hallibut, at ( perfect D.LADD3.

t TV V Mltde Lemon. Syrup. Raspberry do., Strawberry TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. WILLIAM SCOTT, T.B/HUDNALL. Administrator. Scotch Ale, Sardines 18

d*, Piue; Apple do, and Ginger do,''Ru berry Vinfur. .September 1. 1885. 05 TTY AT September l. 1855. wBlaoksmithing. Brandy Peaches, Tomatoe Ketchup, V .
: V Fresh Salmon, Lobster, Hrfddotk, Hallfbot and LAW, -.-. Brandy Cherjie, W"lnut.
:' ,&L.. Asaorted Pickles Scotch Ale and Porter.I For sale. MONTICELLO, FLA. V Guava Jelly Spice, and Harness
V July 30. 1853. 3(() 11 jan Currant.do. Pickles, by f..B. Brokaw.
OOOO Havana Clgnrm. t ,
.V A A SACKS SALT in first rate order by 'A TTACHED to ,my Livery PJi aerved Quinces, Raspberry Syrup
V ,' p. a AMES. ;t\J\J: S. S. KNIGHT. Glass, Oils, White Lead, &c. =.JLX: Stable is a Blacksmith Sbop.lI -,; Pears. Strawberry :V Subaoibecba* just .rcrrd
May S 8) l 855. 21 fieptember 1, 1865. 85 I i which nil kinds of work apper. Gioeer. Lemon very large supply of Crnaf<
1 BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes and HamMa.-kkIi M'o1f..
; .
OH laininfP'tO fKnt. fitiKinoaa rlnnn in ffiwl IItvl@ at ahnrt.notueJlnd" M --

: Hardware. ,, tieryGuna, ,Nails. Notice. _L. b barrels Kcg! Linseed White Oil Lead pure, extra & No.. 1. : I ".(tn, alII reasonable terms a* at any other Flavoring Sparkling ExtraetcFine Gelatine, Ginger Aprf.' '. V rtllOnatJe knn.

k s-- ty' : Sbo-celsV&c. H AINO bought out the interest of B. F.Byrd,in 5 Lard Oil, shop in the city. Farming implements such as Turn Spanish Olive, Salad Oil, \ _. -,|$_ _
Sa&-ibera i idriu the attention of Merchants .
fJEV Ploughs, Scooters, Rods, devices. Heel Pins
the mercantile business at Centre\ille. also all 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Tap English Mustard, Capers,. -
V .. *JL 'TUCtJagT?*" York, to their tock, of goods em the account and notes due tho late firm' of Byrd and 20 ; Paint Rings and Iron Wedges, kept ready made and constantly Claret "' Sparkling Cider, K NASH, ,
: :bsthg.enplsterthetj b tke'above line packages Fire-proof (bbls. fWd i bt>l..) '
particu- band. This will afford farmers
Combs; solicit on > an Old Port Juice
we respectfully a continuance of the 2 barrels .opportunity Tobacco. t
tbe Train Oil, 1 bbL Copal Varnish ) anTOza, TO.THZ .
larlyjuUptod Southern trade which
they are patronage heretofore so liberally awarded to tbe late to supply themselves t being delayed Havana Segars. ,1)..H. AMES.
:. th ,prepared to toll at low price* 'for Cash'or approved firm. V Spirits Turpentine barrels and at retail.D. V p B. BROKAW. November U. 18W 45Copartnership AND SCUtOVKDJllO. ; OOCTTTaT V
% SMART. We are determined to sell our goods us low January 13, 1865. 2 V *
( as they No\"emberllIS54. V .,M-rritihmratdii? **fr M/ *
WateiSt 45 >
in Pearl Strand 94 New York., can be purchased tmTallabanee, Thotnasville, or any : Nqtfce. ..
_J. I
I. IUS. t5-ti '
fore where else Weinvitepersons'togive elsewhere. us a call be Administrator's Notice. STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT jMIE undersigned hare this,day. ,entered into. a : SO
Par purchasing JL the'WHO1ESALE J
Sale. JiEWFOBT. partnership V .
A. R. COMBS L mentis after date:the subscriber late -
V offers for ute! Lie Dwrl- V < V CO. SIX Sheriff ,PilE undersigned still carries the above business : V rurcya WKMX*
t THE August 18. 1855. K3 Leon County, and Ex officio Administrator of AND RETAIL .
.' V HoBeafdOvatre ofl od-ouUi ot the estate Jennette Patterson, late of Leon J.. ia alUta b/aoobes. Buildiaga:wall calculated.for Ja.VG. "tJ"D.\T hr" .P & WTAKER1
County .
I Tallaba ev oo- the Belle Air Road. The Wanted to deceased, will exhibit hit accounts and vouohera before despatching. gons. ? D. LADD. .1 .,
.c : V HeuM ha d large rooou. weU&isbedoithe premisiaubtantil I Purchase, the Hon. Judge of Probate of said County..and Newport, September, 1854.._35 : tu'DI9 TH.;trAMJt AND kTYLK; OT; : .'Forwarding :Ider

b. out Kitchen aDd- good water.Ttt .- FOUR likely) Negro boy; from 12 to 16 rear*of for a final:discharge from the adminiatratioo of apply V Mid BARNARD & MAXWELL.. ch.J1 V
prop rty' *"& IN offered.oc Terr reasonable' -.kpplyo '8.SKKl6aT.: est&te. ALFRED A. FISHER. -
TbbUooeafih nostdiairable locations in SeptenbtrS, 1855. 86 will be pleised to .,. :
V term May 5th, 1855. 18 6m Dealers In Drugs" Medicines, &c. THEY e* 'f' '
;4 For to-tbe firm of White : and it the II VV
Loo County. term apply patrons ld." .
-t.- A Slower,next door to D.H.mM' Drug Store. Bryant Burnhara,Adm'r : ..on a good.assortment of such '
., and .H 'N'
THOMAS WHITE. > Court. of Monroe Oliotoa street, wh f 'V .
I month iftaa&te'be articles a* are generally kept io their line business,
"June Bbnaatt et al ODdenigned 1dministra! .
1865.M. ) keep>a-full aad l assortment
Jnly 14, i S (r arti.ties 'JM ,eiduigi d sdmifl fit
it and will be retailing regularly frh
lenu of 1 sup1u.Tbeiieruisiballbe
j non the estate of Jonathan O. Pad- ;
V io't.be'O to thei
boa QMs. &Adtbe'pataoDige'of
Tiap *rIng affidavit appertaining by filed to this ofwa1iamThcnIooMd-
JTBESH QARDEN' $EEDS.owrwoi1uL : rick, deceased We of Leon County; exhibit bit j t a.bN.t.\ ; V ,
JL ee that )& .Jaektoo,andEUfabrth Jack- wU' Tallahassee 8th V tjieir, and Voucher April 1853 14 .
final account to the ,
: Judge'of Probate of V ; : 'I" ,iE.BAflNABTDJa.
Southern _
y.. too, are naJding.iutbe Circuit of Ihe State Leon and ak be V V e t pnbftfe&.aaUi V Gouty. ;
_:. .' \.t._' of Florida.Md Canny.Bornbarara the County, to discharged ..TROUP MAXWZL.
1M'a trrI e, :Western Circuit H. -si7F:4Nn! TOBACCO.V V V V .
edIJl't.1); B. f faft..t of talc&,Stat*. *al,Jobo Reatea/Mahala Renee Adnj'r.d* booia non.NOTICBUbereby ._ .'. February 1, ((4.) 18S4. "'.G' VV V 'fBoJI B1 .l1itri.
,.!.)," It..r_ July.1.U U..em VV. V. 1 t't 't V .
Auld' .I&dWTbZU VA.LeEi8HEi
-.- 111--. ." : ,r ; =r ; b the < ,tJ VIJO4JARDVNo. ; L :. '1. :1. ', '
V State Oeorgt: I.Mr.' 'lJufooam in part* UDUIi'OId : given-that:.p.P.IiMtioD. will be V ",. VgV

&?. .., i' *koowo.' re of Florida. ;at Ha session J .42, CHATHAM BTEEET/HEYOEK/ 411' t !A't': y...,hlt : 1 I Cte";) u: a&'liti' .
.7ro..J.a. ,r"- I- Wir 'V It ia ordered etszppes and'anatror in November next for alteration aa4"in>endmenta to SUCCESSORS' of Prm & QKOQ 'iomiuW ; &.t-L- .
.r .sn.t ,.r-I j t*I' .thtl BiH.V on'before the fret,Monday b Korembe tb* charter of the Tallahaefl| Rail Road;Oprnpasy, V I kinds SifUFf an4,TOBACCOS n u, r._1.t.L..JlAaUa&' 'i =A ; .. ".I\W 'L aa 6
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