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: November 3, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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'P1 Come One Come All! !rAND the subject of slavery-- bad no power to help A General Wanted the Empire' State of the South; baa' cOmo to S
New Firm.and New Goods.. the the Government
examine DAVID C.WILSON'S large and country or to prevent The London Times is in despair about an thousand six democratic memberf
t. .. majority, .
hands enemies
into the of its '
falling worst
selected stock of goods purchased by him- efficient i General for the army in te Crimea.It Congress, and a democratic!legislators. 'Indiana .
CRICHLOW, FISHER, & Co, elf coBsistiog not only of the realities of life bat also TALLAHASSEE : the Abolitionists. No 'party could save the staunch and Indiana-baa S Flowered
must Umon-Ibring
declares that the honor of England -
1. and those article well adapted to please all not only in -. .- country who could not take from the Free-
rTlAKS tb'w method of iaioraaag their Mends quality and styles, but in price This stock is not only soil and Abolition party some of the Northernfree be preserved at any cost to personal feelings.Tbe the black &g fGs.iI2U'a jlli,1I up
Jl_ the public generally, that they have parchasedi large, but selected particularly for the Florida Saturday Bferetaiber 3 1855. the democratic standard with the shouts and
e JUre interest in the late Firm of Tbos. H. Cnch- kets, which he feels assured be will be able to sell mar.as States; for if, as he had before shown safety of the brave men she has sent out the approbation of the vut'majority ;of her

sow, *gpo'g. and they flatter themselves with the low not only for cash and the produce of the country all the free States vote together, they not must be a consideration superior to all notions the keystone of
,'. bope and belief, that they can offer as great induce but also to those who have been dealing with him A Tribute to Democracy.: only exceed the slave States in numbers, but population. Pennsylvania, !
pnrcbasert in furnirfiing all necessary artiJes of delicacy. A new General-a young General the arch," baa been brought back to her position 79 3ITS
meats to and reasonableLrms for years. All those wishing to purchase we would Some of our exchanges contain a speech hare a majority of from forty to fifty over
wanted, cheap on as
in our line u advise to call and see these splendid them in the electoral That the ft man with the fire of youth still burningin and the, democratic (abric'now resta on
Town. have colleges.
bouse now on hand by the ,Uon. Archibald Dixon U. S. Senator *
aa any Glace Chene, Satin Plaid and solid foundation .
receiving and by n .rly ves- striped American South of the his veins must be obtained. General a S
.nl be daily very party can get none
md Solid and Plaid Brocades "
from At in is
Kentucky, a meeting of the The democratic success Pennsylvania
of goods, consisting in of
discriptio" part Gro de Klines and Black free States unless it abandons its pro-slavery cannot write a decent dispatch,
Silks, of all prices and Simpson .even
and destroys
T7ie Black Silks,all width. demonstration
Democratic the ,
SI k.1atet and National men of the countyof most important yet
qualities, platform, none will contend that it
and DeLaioes of all ; can or relate the details of battle.
or truthfully intolerance
Merinos quaile allied of -
S Cashmeres, Black and colored Velvets Henderson delivered every hopeth. army
at the Court House, ever will abandon this platform, none can be.
and colon, Solid aod plaid Cachmeres and Merinoes, How should he be aware of the scenes and bigotry may have had of carryingthe
of the latest in the of lieve. What the Democratic do !
Bonnets .tjde can
&lk and Straw Solid, au4 city on Monday, the 24th party trench "-in 'Without
and beautiful, plaid figured Delaines, Has it enacted in the Redan ? He sat in a presidential election 189& ;
Bonnet and Ribbons TufeU,new Ribbon Embroidered, plaid and black Alpaecas of September, 1855." ?- a national platform and a national party with his nose and eyes just facing the cold the mighty voice f old Pennthe electionof
s tio Black Bombazines a platform reaching from Maine to California
colored Dotted Veto : Mr. Dixon it is known is the and his cloak drawn hid in Ohio will be but S
jjj,elr*nd Spanish and Mohair Debaiges, successor of and a party tUndiiig on that platformfrom and dust, up over an abolition governor a

Embroidered jtydfett and Mantillas.linen cambric Handkerchiefs, Ladies black and colored Italian cloak cloths, Mr. Clay in the Senate-a position which lie one end of the Union to the other ? If head to protect him against both;" He makes barren sceptre in their grasp. Let oa now S
Black and colored and silk Talmas which cause ev one to ex the book of the elections in ,,1866. Toe
arrangements ry post
Colognes and Extracts, assorted adorns as well by his tiled ability as by his anyone doubts, she points exultingly to the .
Hair Brushes and Combs asserted. English plushed Talmas. recent elections claim, This is another 18th of June j" he following aro the democratic States :
Dotted and embroidered lace V.ils, exalted personal character. Placed in the in Maine, and says : Behold chooses the column from the Second ,
late assaulting
Ginghams, style. Electoral
Assorted votet.
Solid, triumph of National
I plaid and men
French and Trials latest styles, figured Baregee, Senate a Whig, he finds himself without standmg on and Divisions for the '
English Black and colored Shalleys, a par- Democratic platform Abolitionists, Free- .1 Light preposterousreason Virginia. .... 15 10,000NorthCarobna..q.jlO
Russia Awortod and Irish Bird's Linen;Eye, Diaper,' Welch Silk and guaze Flannels, ty. The Whig party has abandoned its name soilers, and all the other vje! factionista that that they had been so often and desperately 8,000

Table Damask. Brown and Bleached, Red aud yellow Flannels and organization-the bulk of its members hnve lifted up their infamous bands in engaged ; and when the moment is Illinois . .a ..11 20,000
Bleached and Brown Domestic, assorted, Opera Flannels of all colors opposition come that these rf'giments-coDaisting of raw Tennessee .12 2,000Alabama..b..s..9
EuglLsh and Breach embroidered bands, being absorbed by the American (Know to the Constitution and the Union.-
and Bed Ticking lads and with hardly one man in twenty
Osn&borgs ,
Lace and linen C. Handkerchiefs She points to the national I ) 11,000
A good assortment }Flannels Nothing) party. Mr. Dixon cannot follow you platform put who had the Alma advance
at to
fought -aro
Emb'd Collars Handkerchiefs and Undersleeves, forth by the Democratic State Conventionof Texas.-.: : ;, 4 8,000
Tools Cap. Letter and Note Paper, Pens Pencils Embroidered his political brethren into the ranks of the to the deadly contest he is content to and
Chemoisette and .
pT lopec and Wafers, to, tc.. Collarettes, Massachusetts, to that adopted by the go Maine, legislature 2 to 1. .., 8 .
Large assortment of Gents and Boys Rudy Black Blue, brown love Veils and green Veil Bareges, new party. As a national organization, said Democratic Hard Shells of New York, to the .I sit motionless in a ditch. An unsupported Georgia . ...i .10 10,000

made: Clothing of the latest style Thread Cotton and Linen Lacee he in substance, the new party, from which able and patriotic address of the Democratic I Colonel fights the battle. I Indiana .. .. 15,000
i Gents Oalf Boots, Shoes, Brogans .nd fflothGaiters. Cambric I .... .. .' 12,000
and Swiss
edgings and Insertinjs, he had hoped much in the beginning, has Central Committee of Pennsylvania, to the I
From the Cincinnati .
Bobinet : Enquirer. 5
and Mantilla Laces
i Shoes of all kinds, resolutions of the Democratic State Convention '
Boys failed. The Northern -
members of it have
Colored Merinoes Reaction
Lies Kid Slippers, white an* bla.k, of Indiana ; and then she points to her The Political of 1855.-A'aarl j 119 70,000
S. welt Buskins, Curtain and Dress Calicoes, shown themselves to be opposed to the pro- Every State has Gone Democratlc.-A
Embroidered Lace Curtains, Cass of Michigan ; to her Douglas of Illinois The abolition know-nothing coalition have
black and brown Lasting Gaiters, President Certain to be E-
visions of the Constitution-to Democratic
I' White, black and slate hosiery rights to her Bright of Indiana ; to her Toucey of
Foxed carried the States
Ties, White and black silk hosiery the States and to the rights of the citizens of i Connecticut; to her Jones and her Dodge of lected in 185G. following : ..

_'" Calf_Shoes, high and low qmarten, Ladies and Gents black and col'd Kid Glues, the States. At their National Convention Iowa ; to her Thomson of New Jersey; her The result of the State elections in 1854 Electoral votes.
- Orate half Shoes Misses colored Kid Gloves, a Brodhead of and 1855 have been of the most extraordinaryever Kentucky .. .. .. ..12 4,000
Pennsylvania and to her Gwin
Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, feud broke out between the Northern and ; 10,000
Silk Hats October 18, 1866. 41 and Weller of California ; and these witnessed in our politics. Never. before Vermont. 5 !
M fine Cassimere Hats, Southern members. The Northern members the men who in the Senate of says the United are were there such violent and tremendous 0 ... ,.'. ..23 soooo

.; 0nts" Italian and Boy Cravats Caps and assorted Scarfs.M -- Blanjtet, Plains, Kcraoyo.BALES showed themeolvoe untruo to the Constitution, States risked all for the Kansas and Nebraska changes in public opinion. In the firstnamedyear j California. .i. ..'. ... .._,. .. .4000.

Silk Stocks aad neck Ties, 2 heavy grey Blankets to the rights of tho States and to the insti- bill, the Union and National principles, by a combination of all the fanatical --
A good assortment of Gents.Linen Bosoms,SbirUtjtd 1 do. do. Mackinaw do. elements of 44 88,000:
Collars. Bales black and brown Georgia tution of slavery. They retired from the and now stand at the gate that opens to the isms and disturbing society, by t, S .' -. : ,-

.., All of.which we will sell as low u any .house in Do. Georgia rolled Kerseys, Plains connvention. Thus was the new party, as a temple of freedom as faithful sentinels with appeals t} popular passion and prejudice,the How prodigious the reactf .since 1854' !i

I Town, either for each or approved credit Rocky Rook Plains National disbanded. flaming swords to hew to pieces the northern democratic party of the country was buried :, We did not then carry a single] State ; but in
r A September 2*1865. 88 Ackley and Louisville do. party, Of the Northern vandals that would destroy the Union. She under the weight of such terrible adverse 1855, thus far, wo have carried ten States'

I Also, an assortment of Linseys, plaid and plain, wing of the new party, ho thus speaks : may not be able to unite sufficient strengthin majorities that it seemed to be literally crushed with one hundred and nineteen electoral!vot a,
Clothing. Landing from brig Mystic and for sale
McNAUGHT &by That this separate organization of the : the free States to defeat the Abolition and out" From Maine to Georgia all its to our opponents' four'States, with forty-four

JUST t rHei.ed of Fall and per.winter Schr. W.Clothing H.Hazard consisting an assort of Newport,') tobcr 13, 1855. ORMOND.41 wHole of the"Northern States upon a common i Freesoil candidates for President of the United strongholds had been stormed and token, and electoral votes. / '. *

Black Cloth Frock Coats, Black doe skin Pants, platform in opposition to the constitutional I States, but she has a platform on whichto out of some one hundred and forty membersof It is pqw apparent to every intelligent man

Fancy Ousimere Coats and. Pants, Clothing. rights of the people of the South promises no stand, and men of stout hearts and stalwart Congress elect, but twenty or thirty-odd |: that tLg democrats will elect the.President in

4' Satinett BLACK CLOTH Frock Cots, good to the country, all must admit; but, on arms to wield the falchion in defence of the adhered to its apparently desperate fortune.In 1 1856.w Aa the only national party in the'field,.

Vests, Shirts, Collars. Drawers, bo-, be. Sacks and Frocks, the contrary, menaces the Union with almost Constitution and of national principles. The the South, although no elections had | they will sweep.the.! entire- country; The 'opI "
for Sale
All of neat styles, by
O. k J. IEGINN.E8. Tweeds Coats do. do. certain destruction. For, said he, should the i American party South has no such platform been held, the indications were about as I position, sectional in itsnature; divided and"

pUmUr 2g, 1855. 89-t Vests Hunting, of various, material, contest for power in the future elections of the I in the free States, and no such men to defend unpromising and threatening to our political I broken, dispirited by defeat, can maker no

.- .Pantaloons. ., various. qualities, country be between theee two organizationsof it. I friends. Dark and gloomy as was the political headway against triumphant. columnar .,.

NEW GROCERIES. Bupenor liver uoau, the Know-nothings formed by the Phila And. now., said he, it could not be disguised horizon in 1840, it was blacker and more Whoever the$atfona|Democratic'Convention'

REMIXGTOx" Pilot and Mohair do. delphia] Convention would amount to noth from- the most common observer that threatening in 1854 to every lover of well. designates will be 3&. "fi&t t, President 'of the
FSESH A9KIVALS PER FBOX Blanket Over Coats and Jackets, etc. etc. ing more nor less than a contest between the the country was rapidly I regulated constitutional liberty. Many of the United States. The' political frniot u' .
NEW YORK. Landing per Mystic, and for sale InMoNAUGHT HoitUvi" unO Ofuiiicm otdtea me one warring leanut <,..: 'r'i approaching. .a most. e. l. 1T. .inI (4? fl '
and baTe in'store one of the & ORMOND. frb't-rti ro"ol. agiitst"at tue prospecrulorethem. for us__as__it was for the_opposition a
JusrNOOiNd. we DOW upon the rights of the other, and the the Abolitionists. Freesoilers,and Know-noth j --* -T -'j' wf*m 'j"---Z"'v. Mv I
into this market.the following articles ever imported Newport, October 13,1855. 41 other defending those rights to the last extre- ins of the North, and the national men of all Those fell poI tcal diseases, abolitionism the winter of our .discontent, mado S g1orlouz. S

IS Oases Claret Wine Shoes and Boots. mity. That such a contest will prove most parties and of all the States What the result and know-nothingism, had taken such summer." S *, ., "

S 12 do Old 1825 PaU Sherry, ",fEN'S. WOMEN'S and BOY'S Shoes and Boots disastrous to the whole country, none will will be none can telL It maybe the involving deep root in the public mind that it seemed The public sentiment of tho country, With'

I Cask Old Madeira 11 per Mystic. For sale byMcNAUGHT deny. But looking to the consequences that the country in all the horrors of civil impossible to eradicate them in time to pre the exception of Ohio, baa returned to ifs i-t-

1 CAlk Current Wine.
6 2 Cases Pipes Pale of and fine Dark Cognac Braidy 1505 Newport, October 13, 1855. 41 men, what can the South hope and expect ? and the extinguishment of the fires which our this Union. Sanguine and hopeful las we are spair.of bringing her:into the- democratic fold "

I BbL Ohsrry very Brandy Imperial Cognac Brandy Boots and Shoes, Will not that worst of all calamities that can ancestors kindled on the altar of freedom, and in temperament, and almost unbounded as is in I860. Fanaticism will by that .time,. have,

8 Bbls.old Mong Whiskey. Kid Jenny L. Buskins, possibly befall the country, the election of which they fondly hoped would burn there in our confidence in the judgment and capacityof run its race, and becojn eoqlouji and obnoxl S

1 BbL-Frank Pierce"or Bonrboan Whiikey, LADIES Ties. some Abolitionist to the Presidency, be the nnextinguishablo glory forever. At such a the people, we must confethat we sharedto oUIIto.onrpeop'e.yi 'f&fw of1 the 'general'!

1 BbL old Jamaca Rum walking Shoes, result Would there be even the possibilityof time the country requires every man to do his some extent these apprehensions. condition -of political affairs,' '-we can'inOxi' ,

i. 1 1 Bbl.Bbl.&Holland Croix Gin Rum, ". Black cloth Gaiters, preventing it ? What free State, unless, duty, and it will require the united efforts of The factions which were rioting in triumphover heartily congratulate the democratic 'rgzni ''*'

8 Cask Ale in egupC Bottles Prunell Calf Buskins" perhaps, California, would vote with the every national man to save her. Her voice us we knew to be the most evjl! and tion upon.the brilliant prospect beface them,

'S 2 do '"Byaw Porter, Bootees, Southern Know-nothings on the Southern comes borne upon every wind, in mingled pernicious political organlzatkftfs! that ever and of the reward which their Item integrityand

2 Dot Bottles TarwelT Louis extra Bitten Mens kip pegged Brogau. platform f Not one; and who does not know accents of sorrow and despair, crying help, reared their heads in this land,and their leaders devotion to principles will shortly receive. -

20 10 BbbuSuperfioe Cub Bacon Side St. and Shoulders Flour a lined and B Brogans that the South would be in a dead minority help me, my children, ere I perish beneath the were the, most unscrupulous and infamous. .'...

'10 Bbls. Mm Pork "'cidf" wed II Boot* in the electorial college without the aid and dark wave of faction and fanaticism, whichis Fortunate it is for the country that the presi. ... S ." '.. .'' 'i'

10 Bbla.CbaHeoge Whisker. II waterproof Boob, assistance of some of the free Slates to vote threatning to engulf me. She calls on the dential election .did not take place in. the Wshington's oplp KDow.lIotJllq-. ;

3 Casks Plain cod Sugar bored Hams sewed mod pegged shoe, with her Freesoilers and Abolitionists of the North, autumn of 1854; for, if it had, fanaticism ,S Ism. .,., r S .

15r 1 HhdL eg and Choice bbL Lard Boys calf pegged Boots The same result would follow should and their response is borne on the gales of would have triumphed, the constitution been "If I could have entertained the. slightest

10 Boxes Star Candle Sugar, "" kip- pegged unbound lined and B Brogans" there be three candidates in the field for the faction, Ptrish-we owe you nothing !'- subverted, and the land probably drenched iu apprehension that the Constitatioq framed at

t 10 Colls office of President of the United Statestheone She calls the Know in the blood of a civil war. The two. years .
Rqpc S Gents fancy toilet slipper, ( upon Nothing party the Coarenlien- re Lh d:.the.'honor to '
; a Bales Gnnny Bagging Goat and calf representing the Democratic party, the the free States, and they but echo the response which intervened before that event have,been I pres ,-'might posvibl endanger'the religious'! ;

100 Lbs.Twine, Patent leather shoes, second the Know nothing party South, and of their twin sisters, Abolitionism and the salvation of the country. The public;1 rights of ecclesiastical society! ; certainly"I
8 Tierces Rice.ZO .4 .cloth top Gaiten, the third the Freesoilism and Perish mind has had time to revive from its political any
Boxes Soap, Ohilds ancle tie Know-nothings, Freos Jers, and cry, perish, or give would never have placed my signature"oU1;
Shoes, distemper. Tho of passion and
Abolitionists of the North. the institution of !l' paroxysm
200 8**Silt Childs and Misses colored and Black cloth Gaiters, Supposing the up slavery and if I could but conceive that rt 0 General'
10 Sacks Rio"Coffe, Plantation Russets, southern States to be divided between the She calls upon the American party South; prejudice which caused it to cut such absurd Government might even;.be ap administered-

20,690,& .: receive Womons kip pegged. Buskins, Democratic and Knoty-nothing candidates, hut, 'abs!' they cry, 'we are to help you ; political tantrums has passed away, leaving as to render the, liberty of( (Conscience .i insecure I
In addit.ioG.to die above we will soon new the in reasonable and
a patient a more reflecting
Bootees.All the ..Abolitionists would be elected by the we have no power to save. She calls upon I beg you will be"rjerstJ4Hcd that'
supplies together with large and well assorted stocksof 'no
of which will be sold low condition. The future historian will
by S
Staple Dry Goods, Hats, Caps Boots and Shoes, DAVID C. WILSON. people; unless.some! of.the free States should the Whig party. her once great hope and one would! Ira mor,-teal otta: ,than myself to
down the result of the election in 1854
all which we will dispose ohm very reasonable terms. October 13, 1855. 41 vote for the Democratic or Southern Know- I support, and a voice from tho tombs of Clay to. establish effectual barriers'against the horrors'*

By a cloM:and strict attention to our business"we. hope I I nothing candidate. That none of them. could I and Webster calls around her all the national a species. .. of. political. lunacy. which"was prevalent .. !. spiritual tyrannyand species of
to pI.Nee"ery OM that favor us with their patTiVeiotile -, ., .. 'tr m the laud, and wmcn lor a time threatened every
may Fish &c., per Asa Fish. or would vote lor the aoutliern. ivnow-notn- men.Dftho..country,and bids her lean upon religious perBacutioQr.-far'yoa .:'doubtless re--. I
rooi body to come and u* a the direst to the oftti
every give .
ing candidate is perfectly certain without them, for they alone can saveher, sShe calls consequences peace
tr.< BBLS. No. 1 Mackerel ; an member i'have often'expressed my sentiments S
10 5 "
S.' JOHN F. BROOME 6"2 abandonment of their Northern platform ; upon the Democratic party from tho Ncrth &untry. '5- S S ; that any man conducting ,himself a good"

-. K.A. SHINE, Jr. 20 Kitte 1 ". that they will do this there is small reasonto aud from the South, and she spreads out her The first important ray of light which shot citizen, and being accountable to God alone ,

October..HUH 40 20 2 S expect, or foundation on which to build a national platform on which can stand the athwart the political sky was the democratic for his religious opinions, ougLt to be >'."
10 Quarter Bbls. No.1 Mackerel, protected
hope. A similar result would follow if the national men of and of triumph in Virginia in May, 1855. That was
10 2 ** every party every worshipping the Deity
and Winter Goods.
li w 'all the flag-ship of the democratic fleet, which
10 Kitts No. 1 Salmon, Democratic party should quit the field and State, and on whose shoulders she may lean the.dictates of his own conscience."-WASH. I
I;1 T. > r.Exr pe. &hr. W. H Hazard from New 2 Bbls. .-1 a give up the contest to the American party of and weather the storm p.f faction and repose .had never yet struck her colors, and the INGTO: .

GigLui,5Otlieoes Blankets Eerseyi, 2. 1 Shad, the slave States 'on their Southern platform, in security. And now, said he, men say, capture of which would give the hosts of .' 5--,I 5 55- ..:!, .. S. SS

Georgia' Plaim Plaid Lioseys, 50 Boxes" Smoked Herrings, and to the American party of tho free Stateson 'You are going with the Democratic party.' fanaticism and error A complete and final Look-AT No tuf' shaft .
25 :; Cod Fish, IT- religiour ever
K nlocky Jeans,Tweeds their The Northern I am for She the victory. With the loud,vaunt of.anticipatedsuccess
anti-slavery points
For sale by R H. BERRY. platform. my country. course be ,required as a qualijicmtion any office or, .
Wfafu and red Flannels.QoUaaxod October 18, 1855. 41 American anti-slavery party would defeat and I follow her directions. When the great they rolled down upon her, and.pre.pared :i public trust, nder.aha-,'Umited- States.-Ait..

Bro.blrtiigi LineD ADd Osoaburgs Sbeetings, S the Southern American pro-slavery party. Whig party again resumes her erect position, to scale her hitherto invincible bulwaxks.I Sixth of the Constitution oCtjw U.S. .> -
Just Received on Cpnsignznent, all I: shall be where I have beenwithher. Clear and shrill was the note defiance given
Bkacbed Sbirtings aod Bowlings, "And if there should be a union of the always "In the of Almighty God and
Bleached and Brown Canton Flannels, LARGE lot of Bacon Flour and Whiskey which the Ame- ." by her deriio'iran'c crew and their gallant presence
A anti-slavery men against pro.slavery these witnesses do
Moa IiD de L&inea. will be sole low for cash by S. S.KNIGHT. leader, Henry-A. Wise When the smoke of ,yon solemnly promise and
rican platform their defeat wculd be over This, a noble tribute, the Washington swear, that 700-wffl- not vote nor S
4 ALSO October 13, 186: 41 says the contest had cleared away, the banner of : give your:
French Worked Collars whelming. That this union would take place Sentinel and influence for eny. ,man for office in the.
from; a noble source, to to the democracy and of civil and religious libertywas any
Black English Crape Collars Just Received on Consignment is not only probable J ,but almost certain. The of tha
Democracy of the country. When such a still floating from the mast-head of the gift 'I people, unless h. be an American.
Etid.flkerthiefs' "I A A BOXES Tobacco Pure Virginia, put up members of the American party in the free born citizen, in favor of Americans ruling
Oentlemen's r&nd printed Lines Hand'kis, A VFVf expressly for the trade. For ule on liberal States, instead of repudiating have rallied the : man as Senator Dixon renders it, no reflectingman Old Dominion amid thundering Cheers, while America,nor if he be Roman Catholic binding '
Cambric aba Swill. edge and insertings the hosts of bigotry were falling back routed'and Q.
Unas by 8. 8. KNIGHT. Northern Abolition and fail his ,
,kios.C platform, some of can to open eyes and unstop his toward the North: yourselves in the',penalty of being < cnounccd --
October IS 1865. 41 discomfited
gUttpf .Coyan ADd Bands for. Embroideriog, their ablest men have proposed a union of all ears. He says, and says truly,and illustrates After this glorious and brilliant result the as a wilful .traitor yndr 'God end I

EatwtltocoSopcrict Black Lostring_ Silk It In Clwacel'J-IR Leon Circuit Court. the and anti.the I .very Southern factions platform.opposition What to slavery good., forciby, that the only sound constitutional political sky began rapidly to clear off, the I your Cotw/ry.."- CQbHffaffbri of the Pint- j

.S' ALSODotmet.t" David Barrow, ) party, that it National and can effect anything black elements of fanaticism to disappear Degree, kuow.nothlng.Order. .
then American thus divided ,
can party, ,
< tc3] .Bonnet Ribboos., ".ComPWnaotl against Abolitionism and FrcesoUsm is the from the heavens. The tide commenced. running 1 -5- .1 5I'!. "', .
flower Isabella M. thus opposed on great constitutional "
,FretfA iArtiital questions WHAT STAPKCH '
x : rVVw0'
the ( or Ou
against enemjes o .democracy as 1'n .
Forial i ,.,. O. MEODfNISS. of Richard do the country ? In this its hour ofperil Democratic party. LID SAJiThi. ; '
( it had set in their favor in 1854. iubstitntiqn of the;
ptlerk; 8S .. c Defendant. J I and.of danger' when' the united efforts njsistlessly as new ,;
We which
know admire
:: ; to roost
c. Y virtue of a )ecree rendered in said eaoM, I .hardly ,. Everywhere their legions encountered defeat Amenean' rtIanow, .'1PJ't:1bt&si
B oq ; I
S lo'' : the 27th of 1855 of all t1 e. patriotic aqd calional men pf eterytection the" ability tb6, the honorable 9d..sMiiy o '
Cerieti &c.0' September the undersigned or, patriotismof -their majorities melted away.: S North Carp.Una : !I j ;'f!, J

TUST- recelfed per..8ehr.Lltlf from Knr House will cell in to the the City highest Tallahassee Udder for, on cub the at first the Monday Coart sid,.whalin ju-e required corcan. to.tbe, save American tha.codntry, party,what fn Sena, r. ?,Yet history informs us that trueabilityandtrue staunch and true, responded to'theyvoio& jcro1L'iIcal a great t.r2.l:1nDe-at was 'worse ; it waa a

u Yo&1 .ZiTi--;-,;;- S io December, 1865, the following described I nda., ford the Nbrthern'roembers$ ,' in'eoninn'ctkmwith patriotism almost universally of Virginia,, and rolled up eight;,.thousand batant 1M I A ..blunder. Th* oe.tr;*,com. '

w rw vwef. '11. m: .. .0. ".5 Ftw* XilAr. Vnrf. Ah'oli_ _!oniij_ __ ., aimin____ hand in .hand. democratic majority. Jonnson, democrat wtefcntoute l .ffJ t.. '.
BUek go I
a iOteQTX -: -- ----- --- --- --- e. -- tmibie! !
:Tbe W i.ot the 8 w i of Section 3,Township 2, "g after a'desperate struggle,'CflI4|S Tennesseeby. was on y to thfJmadnatjaiM.f_
ei1s4 lF.,4ord 8gsr, rtan l.-Ertt the W J of' N W 4 of See. TaVor: ponderous bid wi aU be Constitution to destroy : -
"T'' ,twrf thousand,-majority. -Alabama :came.. fff T O;?!ffPx whetftnanfolljr grappled&!
., "., . and .the .Southern members. LvLt'n.ss.-It is not neat 3ress .
B : hip 2,' Range 1, N ndBf.v. : fownabipJ, aDZelB A.E; the8 'E ipf S ETofSCtk themselves 'with the fires of bigotry/tan your expensive shawl, or golden ringed fingers'thai .thundering \y ; : bat : W 4
& ,Table-Salt] ia boxes civil an4 [the friend aQ is. ", "H. "t'd ,
of eJiipu'libertp.and, ti :
andBmp, i NiE
Towtisbi2.Ranjil tiu Eof8E
c CSfraa, ;', ; religious intolerance to cnuh out forever the & attract the attention of men;of- tense..TJwyjloojt penetrati t tot stalwart jo"otj"A
: ,S .Section,Townimp t B n 1,N feE f'all 6f Sexy: i sacred freeman .' Oiese.' Jf.{ .i&yo r oharttUr, of democracy carUsinId.1uSIllinol Texas W-seTen or fight .tl.. "' '_ .H1:1; Dsmoaey Jo
( rights rights to beyond
religious -
andquaita : doa JO,:Towwlip 2, Range 1, N AE; ,the N Wiand every Jrian previously TxJefc rtf 'tb wtJ. .d'r4 OD. dW 0''GN. '
l 1Id *'.&X4FIgTPe *, : ..; 8:!acra fatfce N W i of the B W l of Seefioo .11 -of a large portion of \merjc citizens," the1.&UJ .1..} UYQU&TOS trifling aM' loope>.,' dedtnI' ; LIT'lu'. try-a miyoritamoontkig''to y ,. .. !&n ';d "fl'tfi rt" t S

: :86.H I Tosraalip i;Rang lrfhof the W j mdtbe S After:speaking in terms of the highest commendatloh conversation no"matter' if feu are,asjbe atiful 'mar thOUiAl1d-r. 'IJJnIL t t4.KeitX.tka 19\ L.h Nooue can pretend to say that Wit-J &: S I ;
:; 1I W,J of tie N E | odUj Wiof theS Ei,Soetioa as'anaVL-O 'baTe noatti4tiI ro tbm. .. p'G.q itb, M 4jd.aCr.IM
of conscience
S Qd O'I.PI'fiJip'
EMlb1Rtv&DuOfarL of the rights and re11 ,; 'k Up dygrofn4'f, L ;
Biired S < IB, Totnahip 9, Range 1, N, k E;.the N i of Section. iiHgion *- Ittiitr Ioveli0e nofyonr 'nature T&atisnd.JBontiboei.to : "- : : .
.. < :n-o.+ .root 16.;Towntiip i 2RogelN cTE;'tB.B f of tW N W guarantied. coal J1! men,by the Constitution wi ret nlth. *affwtiow w&QnlydijI.ourl'%opponentaafter 14:1'theperpetrstroif.bC Ii,'
5 w .-.At.so_:_ Jiw; (Saetjoo Towtwnip; 1, North of Range 2, But; va mea! atl iavjni.. r u
.b.olB 8boe.'ck' .... &. 8 Vf J of tie S E i,cod the 8 IV,i of the a W.i Senit- Dixon'.. thus'' .{- concludes j able" the hiart+ .r-ro lI'lIfJadie..tudly.tni.. it ,who: made humanrtj7 sRiidd&y antf "fwhfcn -tfionglycontributed tMa f T.e.M', ui,8cilaiftef.

7.W.. o:-j;MEGINNISS. .ofjSectioo IS,i'othip2njNorth! Binge. t, East; and.patriotic addrqgg':" i npi.labor.improve their,nnndi. ;.Foolfi to roil:witb ffnggfatiirjsnpsts*tfca, t1
SieIbs,2g1185ZL; ./ .5 D. the W:i of tie 8 Wiajb: 9.W:f o7to*S E Tf/of!,-If '_;i-t '<". .. : may' bo f won .anti JasnlpnableUse : "" -rJnl"

; ". t-. :. ; I BtodoJ\ *,.Township It Ring 8..North tad Ea t;:the I. ,.3"; BfiJt;Witfput, elaboratingthe 1 tl.t
Inn 'ii _& ;; 11.j owS,EiB; "tM 8 E jWtia'1f'E1 of Bedfioa he. wdiild return to the great Question between 1 'rt: r.clght1i'y.u.lttr P( pl&tabt l M.e. gsfandhm.aWatrloo5bIm: 1 toaad to" '.t .', 'u'.=, _,
nrB '; S fownsliip 1, Rang' S,North sod East '-con' what vraa conwdered itt impregnable stronghold : ItjI
paiot. Tube the Nprth and South. He shown that
\ ,* 1 Buck.,8ba about and: agreeable language, and, tbo'you.may: iesIatlag U.acW _
known the Barrow
B. i ilk taming 3,123, aciei a* by electing a democratic and .
*s 1sarik TSS8T? Cotton Jl lines H. BEkRY.Measures,: BOILING BAKER the American pa *y North had and adapted the I not be courted by the.fop, the good and truly legislature by'a sweeping majority.governor. Georgia, place (it has ed.4A2Z ( UJ S
"OPV1oWV rt< UH. f1 J S Special Matter.in Chtneerv. Freesoil and Abolition platform, that great will love to linger in your ttcps.
Oebor 1*, 1B5. 41-td. American party South, although Iund on I -

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--. -- "- ----_._- --' w--. --- -- S 9*
'' -- who the in 1854, t t Ittieanopy Democratic Convention Second Y -GeD.1 ard4ps Com I
the and tbe IDd if '
Middle Florida and will have the say epecd to gallant Douglas r >
; portion ,
t t 9!! i $9ttrual o1flt.yehope. .and believe, of reconciling! f.noble Democracy,of Illinois 1 on. this occasion They:feebly} L Pursuant tqj!vipus notice.the Democratic .imc.Third-Yoie-<., Jr.st9 .A U ta J; J
**f : : : diurbancbuCptilfe opinion l\v of the 15th Senatorial District GrnTVaTnes'CoinmanJerlO'; .c
: Dr. Brainard submitted 1 the ( following Delegates ,
: conflicting interests i ia Jefferson, which neith resolutions Simeon Hrlvemton Esq., 10 pf
'TALL\"BAI.iE : : erate a repetition of such''an' met in' Convention on the 20th October,'1855, ;i Andrew J.
'. er of the other routes would have done. ,Itis which were read, and were adopted -Fr je t, 5.

\ ,. i .cheaper.than the, others by sums varying with great unanimity:: of 1854. at Mi canopy. Fourth Vfc-Gen. James Commander ) .

Saturday, November, 1855. from $1 02000 to 6254,000.- THE PLATFORM OF TIlE ILLINOIS DE Senator( Douglas has been : The meeting was called,to order by Geo. Smeon.- Helvenston, 10 ; Andrew t.!r

lie has over the I whose motion SAMUEU'ST Fifth Yote-Gen. James CommaSS
MOCRACY. triumphed| Helvenston, on
--- go. ,
be resolutions below ;In
It the
; will seen from Sfmeon Helveniton 10
: Andrew
Anvranstxa.-Oi> dollar per square of2 li..ocI. 1. Resolved. That the, Constitution of (the United dared not permit him explain GEO. ROGERS, of Ocala, was called fcf&eChair ; J. PrW,5-
.,.. for first insertion, and fifty cents for each oontlnoanec adopted by the Board, and from advertisement States i is ft political J contract between the people of .- \ Sixth *"-* *. James Commander., ,
defend the greatest political act and Messrs. P. H. Youwo, of AInchus, Simeon Helvenston 10. 15.,.
in another column, that the Enginee1"has independent sovereignties which bestows a paiamountautboritv '
to the extent of the but I' Nay more, the democracy of and JOHN A. GIBSON of Marion Sercnih Vote-Gen.J
tr Anrnimneemenl eanjidatft ?-6, to be paid been instructed and has proceeded to advertise powers delegated were appointed c.
k n .1t'! ts** 1nf idnze. leaves those not delepnt l l. to the States respectively been able once more to Secretaries.t 10 ; Simepo.fl. elvenaton.! J5
for proposals to grade, &c., certain or to the people; that \igilant guard gaimt/fiie/ : .Eighlk'TatlClW.shfCol. !J ." 'I,.
-:--:: ; .' .. _- of the road. Another it-solution calls centralization of Aie reserved powers i i" twientinl to and in speech, and in resolution The Chairman addressed tho meetig'n a !.' .

r rWEaruutbori&edtoaQnOn J.CARAWAY I portions the preservation of our institutions; and that Congress eternal truths which they profess. full and concise manner, setting forth the object Perry was then dcelared bJ.'
eaodkkte at the eoeuing election for increased subscription of #200- tins authority to establish faair
r FMITH, Kq M a an privat no rightful abolishor prohibit : to be,the candkUt < .
4;. for'.the Ske of Associate Juice of the Supreme I 000 and understand that are to be 81ft very in the States or Territories. They send their resolutions to of the meeting, &c. : I r On''m T f t
Court., fill th*.vacancy e oed by the death of we steps 2. Resolved, That we re-affirm the time.honored such the [ thn. /'tfenry 'Br.dfo.FLof .
They are ns < Dell
motion Chair.ap-
f the Hoa-Tlioroas Douglas.j I immediately taken,by the President to bring principles of the democracy aDd believe that (the only i On / ofCapLP. oomittee three .

-t : the matter before the people, the result of sure guarantee for I the public trAnquility is by a strict roottook and on the Rio Grande point l the/. (following, : gentIemeq.as.a. Committee CoJ ,fr-Foy: consi4tlng or M!I ''*".
: We are aut.l101 bed to. announce Cot.D. >L adherence to the provisions of the Con!titnnon, and send thorn forth r/P. and B4irdfL
the which
I the
which he has doubt} When it is that They as to report a bads upon vote \Y Wert
I TEARSON as a candidate for at ociate Justice of the no seen by non intervention upon the subject of slavery lipplyiQg appointed to inform Cot
Supreme Court of Florida at Ibo election in Deccmlr I the actual prosecution of the work now de- alike to the States and Territories, observed great national Democratic faith, of the Convention should be given viz : Capt. Perry of JbU, .nomiaation. .

J: neXt.'tn' fill the vacancy occasioned by tie death of this have ui tht passage of the Compromise measures of 16.ri( defence throw down the gauntlet Dell,'T. A. Shannon, R. S. Stoughton, of Al .1 4. .
Judge DoagUsJg" refills upon subscription every and confirmed in the Kansns and Nebraska act the I On motion of J. B. Coker the'
.1' eonfideifco that the amount will be forthcom corollary of the former measure by which Congresshave to all opponents. They challenge achua.;' F- N. Foy, George Helvenston, D. &* p>pc dak,.
:,11 WE are authorized to announce Jud a A. L i declared that is their true intent end of this convention were ordered tofc y
mesning nents to controvert the truth and-
.. Dapries, of Marion ; John Gibson, J. W. .
WOODWARD candidate f-r Justice of the Sn- not to legislate slavery into Territory lisbed
:. a anyStatc or in (the
ing.The Democraticpapers
1 tLeHon.Th D. de- j exclude it therefrom but creed. It is a creed in defence and Jesse Willis of ofth8Ub
:.iJ: prem court in plate "mas ngla resolutio! s adopted are the following : 'nfir to to leave the people Campbell Sampler. t
rensed. "thereof perfectly fi ee to foi'm and regulate their do- Illinois have The meeting that adjourned, wi fo I
democracy The Committee retired for ashort Iou
Mf' _ __ ___ _ J JN Rcsoh-ed! That tIle Chief Hriginecr be inFtmcteu ; 'mestie institutions in their own tray, subject, orly to having and long cheers for Col. Start
to forthwith to locate of the United intolerance and disunion in time returned and the Perrv. /
proceed the "the Constitution States ; and thnt wet every reported following ;
: State or Florida. I .
; line of Road, and that he pursue the general t do pledge) ourstlvts to ni-iintain and)t-xemite.the Compromise a creed in defiance of which they jnsis, to wit: Alachua, Marion 10, and S. St. GEO.'ROORllC' .. .'
I of 1 IbfiO. ill! :t.lilJg' the Fugitive Slave Law ,
(direction of Line Q but with the further! in. ,.
: nnd tbe Kaunas and Xebia \ rJf ) fijht: with certainty of success, Sumter 5.
> a act 185-1, as \ve Luld P.ILYoutot! ? .
. I struction to make such modifications! of said i,
111 Line that thc' me \ii-e nndt: i-t mo.iMirtM, nnd ilinuiiJreun.in er, never surrender. On motion, a Committee consisting of two JOHX. A. GIBSOS, \ Sfcrfi.< '-
i as in hi* judgment the uiterebt of the uuditnrbed forthcprcfi'rvaticu.; of theiutional
; Company may demand. p :I'P. ftflhl the union of" the StoLes.I We trust our brethren, of the \\ from each County, were appointed by the _

[ Resolved, That ithor.t the Additional sub. I I .". ltt- CI\'IJ.! That the Cotx-titution of the United crnJic press of the Union will Chair, to draft a Preambleand Resolutionsfor TIIaDb"'g.

1 It4 Proclamation by James E.Broome, i l scription l by responsible j J't.'mms of at least ,I
HI.j# COVJWOB OF SAID TAE, ] 8200,000 to the Capital Stork of the Company I this Union and it i not competent for the C. Dgrere he accomplished, even in such an Dell and J. B. Coker, of Alachoa ; F- N. lands. Serve the Lord with gladnfw; tome yo
; FOR A DAY OF THANKSGIVING it is inexpedient nt pi .'Pi-iit to continue or my otiier power ta lmjrsc upMi new Stvtrs com-
ized before his .
11" I our': p is.tI tB'Ni'j t d the location of our in j into the Union sny conditi or restriction in iespctt region as Chicago, by a Foy and John Helvcnston, of Marion ; John presence with ringing Kirfel intd

1";-: '"TI-1'IIERlAS-,, cimrnitie, ft "flglTf to ackrtowleclge 1cld !tyTT t>their t riJiTtJualsaid depcntlence -1 Roa ".-" '.JttFt which to the their Federal loine-tie nstitutiou institutions, : has or not internal coiicertis :. and steadfast atseilion and Campbell and Jesse Willie, of Sumpter, coin- his gates with thanksgiving, and into Isis CODrtI

'trpofe JLtancnrt COD. ?u4 to rot n) Uiank fur 1 Whereas, The Chief Engineer reports that the !rigi1l:, States : nnd that nny e.Trrt nu imposed the part upon of I hOlebt constitutional principles. posed said Committee, who hating retired, re with praise ; be thankful unto him, and :.blesa
his manifold blessings nnd merclos; end, htrea! ira- : he can have the first division of tin! llond. hi For
jt Congress or any other jrf.ner,to i-ilntp this jIflCJf'lC name. the Lord In good Ins
IISbllt.i'oflhKCtinfwlerncj have, by cnetom, adoptJd ) turned and submitted the folio win? Preamble ttercr
from 'l'lIaIiaee to Madison ready for contract :luiuld be met and) iifriMed by all good citizen1* ns nnatten -A'llow me I
the Fourth Thur diiy Novei..bcr fa'l diy ( by the 10th of December and the> second 'pt to tiaiiip.'e! u.uu the Cohititutinn and dettuiyi i and Resolutions : ia everlasting.
in order tl-.Rt. it lw ervft3 I finns your paper, to justify
rj public tliKtitccgiving. < niav 1113 I
with uuir..rmitthr the.U iou ; Jf ti" tliere-: division.; from .Madison \1Jig-lt',11.. the i Iocr. Uri'in. ,y 111mr.\s, We, the delegates of the Democratic He appointed the moon for reasona; ti.ton
rt 4. Ko*'lrcd. Tht. nil n-vi hare a natural rie'-t' MItitiidtnt I seeming incons-Meiices) wllich
r : Broorae. Govern' f tl.e: JSSuteof 20th! f Jr. n'w ( : of the 15th Senatorial District knoweth his going do\vn. He sendcth
L.i fore, L James R (> : () : u ; I ta (rtR f'>rrr Mi"n (4 tivil sucietv. and!btjond erized party the
rt: Florida, do. by this lIipth1i; produtiitkn..ct\ ajMUTlmrsdav. i RcsofreJ, That! f r.oveticomo'tsne: forthwith., .!I ibe cviitml .)[ t;(>vcniniiT.t. to n-ligifii" freetlom. the I my conduct in some of I of the State of HoiMa, having met in Con. springs into the valleys whichran, amoiig tie

the 22d diy of 7Jovcmlr pn) iI1Ot a mndn for proioal: ls for Ginbhii'CT, Ccu! !ip!, I j tuircn-itr! (Ii \\\j\ ib is /, .t nvit tolI"J t t. tLe teit.p.rai ion?. It i is now several month I n to nominate a suitable candidate, to bills. Ho watereth the hills from his
; tUy cf publ-e; thnnltsgiVbjr, and I brn-b) "l.cit; : the i \. ..:f-.re if tho :rt'. lId cannot cbaal
.tl- G; Trestle Hi Crs-f ".Id! berrlmquiehcdby : even American: the ot the lIon.
JnduatiiVi idgil11 ; party \\as firmly i unexpired term David I'm'l'IICC' -
r : lery of the nri 8 re'igious l'l1ominatiom top'nil il.i cot *rhi: ill Jl.e ei iuzi>.i, in a fue gintiLnKnt. hers; the earth is satisfied with the frojta pf
il tb.aif r'fj"ccth"e boOotC's.o wPI"f\Jip. and deflver l\tJrc ( CuUvit Masonry on the! 1'ie t'jom TJ'l-i! rfaction nirulitc. Stntp. I was at its advent as I I J resigned ; And Whereas, the poliicnl;
.7. 'l'1I ciled to nn oC'CIUion-o Slflfl ft'1t1 interetu.- M->e to ? lic'nn. !iy ti! !17fli of Decorilrr.I :I:, thiit light bv jitiy j'aitv: ( 'mI't! :n-n'n't; )his: n-tit., democrat.: There! : ; ison is darkened by an Order, entertaining Thy works. Ho causetli the grAM to grow
: And rfnrtlurmore respectfully roqawt the g3"d cit-' .'Ind! rilvertii.o.c.3ts! ; :for iitr: jirop.,'':.ls IA With',-..t Mi'latin( B.is uni'i.il! printij, !le m"lthc s-j.i'lt a lodge I : ZMIS of this State to abstain' from tbcir usual avcahons : ., I f our e<.n-tilLi i .t.ii.UI l.i\\eundinn JWc my settlement! which I was prcnl I
tLc) l of the line from lalii* gcvtnmiuit: in character that he
- and in its excrcicps. I Ito I tint! the d\'ill1J.tJ" ,
engage JMiJ : pn'vilc: :
j or ( ipnut.es ( f join: through the (
In witness whereof. have hereto eet trsy }LKII ri.<5. Aliis:1to:. i': am cit'zrn-Vj'iId i h10 wi io tc dih.iii.:,Lcd or enlarged I impoiunities; I war with the Constitution and genius of earth, and wine that raaketh glad the heart
;i wl'd, to be affixed the senl ()f thp} State ifi F!tlilin : ll(. ll''d, That the proposal will bo received -; 4'11 .icct>;u:t of his n.liirimi.) whom I \\-ts: per-n.'ult.d, upon the :: country ; And whereas, it is the right and and bread which

I ( *- ) D>ne at the Capital in the City of Talla.Srat. and contracts let on the 17th of Dejceuiber !' :. Ktsultcd, Tint'we do not ipe nizp anv diatiiiclion able! gionmN, to be as good a duty of every American citizen to give evi man, strengthenedman's.
a i )V bnessee this 29th day of OcU-W.: A. D. I and the bt of FCirnrrn'! pro\ido\l the : anu'iig the cititiift.V! Unite States bused I lH.'e of the faith that is within him, by a heart. .

; ( J 1855,an J the ROth venr E.of BROOM American I.iaepenJoBee i additional 'Inscription of $-lJ) oOO shI!!1 !have i I II rpon the niistocratic;, pi II'i)1e (if birih, and ve holil myself wa<8. He gave ire his I and I unmistakable declaration of the po Every good and every perfect gift is .from
cI I I hat I it i is dishorifst 1. 1"1'l'll.Ii.lt.!: ( the} emit,iict giv,'" by in connecting myself with the
:I G"beritr cfJ UrJj.By j been I made by the 17lh of December next. I the g"1'I"11I11.nt nfernn' all the, lights (.f Amoicuucitiztiisliip I tenets to which he adheres and by above, and cometh dow from the Father of .

,4 the Got'erno.ttuf: j jJ i Rcsah-ctl,. That the lino selected for tic! 10-1, in its letters of natliraliznlion and aftirw.nds -! sacrifice neither my principles as I he is governed ; And Whereas, we are lights, with whom is no rariablcneM .neither

J '.-;;,ViiizpiccE. Xeittary' rf: S:a'e j jJ cation! of our Rai oad was adopted with by u j arly compact to debar naturalizeiieitIzn i of the democratic pai.ty, nor the < irous to show to our Democratic friends .
Pspcrs throughout the State please eopr.CCT i fi"in the full benefits while )leave them I I shadow of turning. PlaT. I
the rita'e
J i! expectation that tlie right. rficay w ill be granted -; we subject to acting as feelings dictated in and throughout our CIJUIIU.that.
. the Company by nil piojtiietors tluiouli 1 the full buithms: the agreement. my- I are not worshipers! of strange Gothmf' Join every tongue e.rat.e1ie Lord; / .
: The lIon. A. H. Bush declines the | 6. K""ived! That the rp} .>n dil'l'm'inn of public nf- elections ol the country. Such Be it Resolved That AH nature rests upon his word;
whose lands the line and that the I therefore we hereby
?, con-
i passe fairs i w the foundation d tho intelligence of the Mercy and truth Ills court maintain.
r. : tendered to him l In" his friends for j I istruction of the road will depend ns much on i p'.janJ; the saf !uird: cf ficudohi] ; that tiny secret pee as- surances which, to one knowing ourselves as entertaining, and we do And own Ills universal reign. -

:1--Associate Justice in place of the lIon. Tho. I obtaining the right of way ns on additional Ii auciaticn: or biotbiiLood t t'r pol.'tici-l; I objects is dun- new organization, prevailed upon I pledge ourselves to maintain and to Seasons and times-obey"His Voice;

! deceased. subscription to the Capital fc'tock of the Cornlany gerous to free i iu-stitntifn', dt-tructive of social: C iI my consent to become one of its out to the best of our ability the fol! The evening and the morn rejoice
. Douglas. I I dence, and contrary to the frank and maul) cLaracttrof :. Resolution of the Georgia platform I To see the earth made soft with sho I"efl,
Immediately however after the
I true American. .
1850 Enriched with fruit. and dressed in flowers.
;.; Action of the Board of Directors of the I 7. Resolved, That we conceive thee, principles vital emo'ny, my t'yes were opened to the :
OFFICE OK TilE HOWABD ASSOCIATION, ? fur the maintenance of the CoB tituti:>n and the integrity GEORGIA PLATFORM. Thy works pronounce Th, power difioe;
::41 I Pcnsacola and Georgia Rail Road. i NORFOLK, Y.V., Oct.. 3d, ]8j5.i ) of the Union. tnd that we invoke all patriotic of the imfl.. I was then aware that 4th, Resolution : ID all the earth Tty glories .hioe; _,
I' citizens irrespectiv of past piirty opinions to unite sacrificed Through every month Thy gifts appear;
TRc Board of Directors of the Pensacola only political
1L i TJIOJI HAYWA, ESQ., Tallahassee, Fin.: with ns for the preservation of the inestimable bled my "That the State of Georgia in judgement of this Great God, Thy goodness crowns the sear.c .
.! and Georgia Rail Road Company met in this I I Dear Sir :-Your valued !letter of the 23d, I binge of civil and religious liberty. I was no longer the free unrt. I \ will' and ought to resist, even (as a last

:.a city on Tuesday last, and continued in i-es-, 8. Resolved, That we approve of the ndmifistrationofPitsideut that I had been. I had token .rt) to a disruption of every tie,which Jbiuds her to OCT The II on. S. A. Smith, a distinguished
ult. is received draft for three
enclosing a Union action of
Congress the of
I Pierce, as evinced in the principles) set nny upon subject
- eion until Thursday. The main business before -'i hundred dollars, being a contribution kindly forth iu'Li- inaugural addreSS and) elucidated and enforced an obligation to vote according to ry. in tho district of Columbia, or in an/ place member of Congress from East Tennessee,

.t K""* them was the reception of the report of I in his annual and special) mess-ages, aud carried nation of a majority, without to tbe jurisdiction of Congre8s, incompatible has been paying ,a visit to the famih olii8-
made the citizens of for tberelief
by your place the domestic the and '
into in the safety tranquilly rights
of Lie
operation leading
practical measures brother Smith
Col 3L Whit editor
of the
the Chief Engineer Mr. Griffin and to make : own individual preference and of the States .
4 I of the sufferers by yellow fever at this administration.After slaveholding or any act suppres
I choice of a route for the t location of the contemplated and in Portsmouth which amount will I. the adoption of the resolutions and with no appeal to my own ideas the slave trade. between the slareholding States Advertiser atxAlligator, East Florida. '
place, any refusal to admit as a State any territory herefturpplyimff -
I road. The Engineer's report is I be faithfullv EO-auulifctL the proceedings we nntipwl I Iwr"tn.fl1l' ilm tions of right and wrorur. I acted l..... of U. BWtCnCO of elATCTJ The British MJalstu' ExpluatMi. T
' flitjjp lono-fhv hr"r'nT "ntpR"f.. uAi :Please accept in behalf of your fellow citizens -I meeting adjourned ;it vk'\en o'clock, withmanj ately upon these reflections. I ,or any act prohibiting the introduction of slaves WASHIWOTOX Oct22. 1855. .
I the territories of Utah ,
and New Mexico
fines !Burveyed, Wit ) estimates of the cost of, tho heartfelt thanks of this: Office fo cheers for tbe Union, the Constitution put my signature to one single w't or any
. : I I repealing or materially modifying. tLe laws i in It is reported bere to day:in(diplomatic
depots, equipments, &c., and estimates of the i., their kind liberality. !! Senator Douglas John Moore," and the which thU party requires of its fir the recovery of fugitive slaves." circles that the British Minister assert that

coit of each line, besides containing a mass I I am happy to be able to say that there has j 1 I.: principles of the Democratic party. h have: never since that time entered 2d. Resolved That the thanks of the South the late attempt to convict him of abolition!

of other in'onnation'-thc whole document I been an abatement in tho fever for several |I In presenting the above resolutions, (says nor by word, sign or action. could I due who those sacrificed patriots-Democrats themselves for the of the result of the neutrality laws ofthis country was the
rights of
a conspiracy foreigners to embroil
etincingaa eminently practical mind in its I days past, and can but hope your Kind wisheb I the Chicago Times,) w" think it due to the recognized as a member of the the south, and in the face of Northern A- the two governments;'that at tlieFOper.tim.

author and a thorough acquaintance with the may come to pass, SOLO. CHERRY friends of the Constitution, in Chicago, in mcrican party. I gave out my rn and corruption, gave their votes he will show such to be the ease. I

;p business in which ho has been employed. Corresponding Secretary. Illinois, and in the Union (that a few comments licly that I intended to vote and the Nebraska Bill. Furthermore Crampton intimate that,

; With such a lucid report before them, it was should lie made by us upon them. In 'ding to my own individual 3d.: Resolved. That past experience proves should his recall be consummated, no successor

::1 not difficult for the Board to agree upon a The Freedom of Speech nobly TJndica-'; the spring of 1851, the Nebraska-Kansas act consistency with this declaration: I I party l\'l'lJ which that the does Democratic or can exist party as a is Na the would be- appointed- in hU.: place. (I

i I location. "Line Q" or the Scruggs' Lin-e" ted-Senator Douglas Gloriously Sus- : was pasH..1 l by Congr(ss. Previous to its my whole influence to promote the ; party, with which Southern men can Interesting from tfee-?lalns.. .

I.t 44.-i (the same as Line R,"referred to last week,) tained. I passage the abolitionists :iml disappointed of the democratic party, for I had tJ. affiliate. Advices from'Fort Laramle'are t'the&Hb.

: ; was selected, as combining the most advantages It is with pleasure and pride that we pointto I j office seekers of Illinois and of the country withdrawn from the other. In my 4th. Resolved, That we are wholly and Gen. Harney was to lea'vethat day to eatablish .

iI as ,well to the Counties through which itpasses the following admirable platform of principles I sought to terrify the friends of the measure, tification I have deemed.it right to opposed to the new politi a fort at White'Earth'River,'with a viewof
order, commonly called Know Nothings. chastising the Mimresacb indiau- tha
as on account of its cheapness. This explanation. -
.It acclamation by forming a league to from .
adopted by by fi\c thousand proscribe office have no sympathy with their political most hostile tribe in the
country. ,
; line passes about throe miles south of Monti. Democrats of Illinoi who I and man who should favor D. A. their their
were at Chicagofrom any every support religions intolerance- The Aligaba Brul Indians d :agreed.to
)J, cello aud within a short distance of Madison Th'fFerent parts of the State and who I the measure. With that view the newspapers 1J, their oaths their undpostitutional de deliver to General Harney the, murderersuqf
Court Houae. Jlc can Affairs-Consul or their abolition origin'or i association. the ..
f It commences at the St. Marks were invited to attend an old fashioned Democratic -I of Chicago unitedly commenced a war upon mail party and hereafter to confine them
::,' Railroad Depot bears South and then East, i' the WathingtoB, Oct. 23.-It is said, 5th. Resolved, That the.great Democratic : selves to their boundaries. The chief, "Little
festivala festival (in the languageof author of that measure, and through him, .Know Nothing victories, achieved in Thunder" killed in the .
best acquainted with Mexican : was not ngagemohfc
; crossing the Bel 2 Air road near White's house the Chicago Times) where the Constitutionand : upon the Democratic candidates for ..office.I Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Tex at Blue Water. The general imjuressloVat

: 1tt and passing immediately South of the Cascade.It the laws would be regarded and treated I They sought to divide the party, and thus get. President Alvarez is not the man for and North Carolina should fill every Sooth- Laramie, was that there would be:.more figbi-.

;,. then bears more to the North until it cros as the chief rule of political action." their own men into otlic{. Ia this war upon although hii iatriotism and brnv r bosom with honest pride, and should teach ing at present, the winter having Bet iawith

; ; tho Augustine Road and continues up the Senator there yond suspicion, and that Gen. advocates of this Know Nothing order, unusual severity. Colonel Sumner with wren .
The the Douglas was the
meeting was presided over by a struggle on ( .
f I's.es East side of the Augustine brmch to Mr. Brokaw's II I I., of Illinois ing much abler, shrew der; and more nothing but pure and patriotic,principles companies of cavalry was en' roufe for Lara. .
veteran Democrat, John Moore, to whose part newspapers as to which should j flourish in Southern soil, or be supported I mie. .
: field. It then bears the East and will eventually be entrusted with S
to purity and Spartan devotion to the Constitution I be the mot unscrupulous, in defamation of Southern men. The Santa Fe mail arrived at.Independence

:it passes up a hollow until it crosses the Ridge, in refusing to allow the State Capitol to I the man filth the measure.! That defamation gOY 'nt. But it is to Gen. Gth. Resolved, That the official acts and on the 22d inst., with dates to the lit of

.ffi with a fifty foot cut and falls into a prong of be desecrated by meetings of abolition dis-1 j I has been continued with great bitterness up will if ho Wishes, be retained here : of President Pierce meet with our war October. Mr. Gallager had been elected : '

,,4 Towle's Branch, which is a tributary ofBlackledge's .unionists, Senator Douglas so touchingly and i to the proton time. Until the establishment circumstances, or any regime, that .I approval that in his addresses and mes- delegate to Congress. There was 'a strong

j1 Lake. The Hue Towle'sBranch looks for a leader, and as the bo has shown himself to be an impar, anti-American feeling prevalent in the country.
crosses !
of the Chicago Times these had
alluded in his last the
I beautifully to great speech journals statesman, a and honest Democrat, The Indian troubles
i erator of his pure had measurably ceased
arid continues the North side of it country.It
JK-i on fn Richmond. I matter all their own way.. In September, I certain and true friend to the South. and a treaty had been made with tb.'Apache*.

4 and Blackledge's Lake to Lake Lafayette, After the meeting had been eloquently addressed 1851, they had worked up an excitement in i ia understood that Mr. Hargous 7th. Resolved, That in presenting the name -_ -| MiMi_ .- *

4fr passing outhot Eppes' house aud continuing -4 for threo hours by Senator Douglas .. Chicago w hich led to lie mob on the occa. York, is here to sustain his original !. our fellow citizen of the East, Col. Bird M. RAILROAD PROPOSALS. The JacksorrriK.. ,, ;

f' on the North side of tho Lake to Clifford's. Jj the resolutions were adopted )by the irnmenro1 1 ion when Senator Deuglas offered to ppeak ,i successor to the G array Grant. for the Office of Associate Justice Republican of the 25th'lOSt. says: "By lOop I

" 1\0. Tho line then turns .towards the North arid the Supremo Court, made vacant by the 'it wiil be
to columns
in SLlf-M'ridication. our advertising
of Illinois Democrats. A friend i He vas denied tho York
I concourse !i iI' priilege feU' Whig Stale of the lIon. Thomas Douglas, we do
; runs to or near Bailey's Mills. Continuing that tbe Directors of the Florhia Atlantic
then. Force seen
and violence .
that the resolutions \ claim
writes us express! the triumphed : York, Oct. .'.-The National* base our upon sectional grounds
:J Eastward, the line crosses the ridge between I' and Golf Central Rail Road Co., aj* .
seutimenta of the Democracy of Illinois, will; tllC'll. Convention met to day at 12 o'clock but in consideration of his high legal l
. and the Steam Mills and I __ moral worth now ready to receive proposals for grading
j Capt. Bailey's running j On Friday night last that 'indict1tionVus u dignity, and urban- ,
r : he adopted in every county, and that the stitution Hall, and alter it temporary _t ..ft.'" '" ...1. .".." .. _..t:. ..._: cross iesand.other work, to prt-
East down a of Beaseley'screek Ij ui i1Iaiiui', au iii"ucaUU'OLiv ."un- necessary _
.nearly 1 .
f prong ma t" It full, complete and .
will next Illinois | was triumphant.I until 3 o'clock.
Dejnocracy on
year carry J adjourned -we ask for him the earnest support of pare tbe Road for superstructure, or for bnUa.,
J .t passes to tho South of the great swamp this 20,000 I mob) men of Ittiii: were there, )but they the Convention the Road entire from JecksooTiHo to
platform by majority. j! assembling only this district, but of the entire State. ing '
i 1 that .extends r Capt..Bird's to Scruggs'and I Have we not here a gratifying and glorious i were cowed, broken, and dated not ril ltl:( manently by electing Thomas H. Alligator, including iron rail*and equipment. .
Tho following resolution was offered by "
just'North of Scruggs' hous. Crossing i !I deeds of twelve months complete. .
' evidence of the healthy reaction that is*-pread.ing j I ago. No church Oswego, President, with numerous P. Dell Alachua : :. .
the Aucilla ,river the Ford. and -
: near Sandy
i belli weie to summon men to deeds of .
-\ over the free State i The people are l( rung dents and Secretaries. A I Political AfWn"In'ai' ,
,East it the North I Resolved, That the nomineo of thist-lt1 S .
It1' to :
neatly passes
continoing shame. Xo
; flags were hung at half mast to .
rapidly becoming disgusted with the odious i( olutiorw and to prepare an is pledged to favor the'East'Florida! S N.rO: ,Ocf. ';
:ta of dman'e-l\ndJhrough the Northern part damnable machinations of abolitionIsm'i indicate that the free peojJe of a free city, of I The Orizaba advices ';
and Whigs of the Stato was appointed. located at Ocala, and to use hIS i brings from jfexico'
t of the Patterson Hammock,till it joins the revised and Know-Nolhingism combined, and are I I a freo State, intended to murder free speechand tiou was offered to appoint a '. \! in obtaining any aid from the school' to the 18th. Alvarez; owing to adranced

:f line fpm Madison on Palmer Moselcy's rallying to the support of the Constitutionand deny an accused man the boon of self- report candidates for State that. .tne jrustees ofsaid, Seminary uoy : years and feeble health has resigned ih..

; land defence. These concomitants of the Presidency, and Comontort been chosen in
Jm J' "I mob of .
:t the Union. A year ago, in Chicago, his gave rise to considerate debate, but, his .
estimate of the cost of this motion of James M. place. : .
The Engineer's 185-1, were wanting last Friday night. The Upon Commander.
.i'if own home, says the Richmond Enqiiirer, ,' definitely acted upon.-Th The difficulties between the :-'various fr<5

line U thus given: Senator Douglas was prevented by a mob of democracy had rallied ; they had recovered adjourned till 7 o'clock. preamble and resolutions t were unani. : dons are settled., : 'Vidaari Is willing tdWpporf -. ;'"

4'1 Graduation for the narrow bases", $370,543. I!Abolition traitors from explaining and defending their ancient spirit, and armed with a con- Eveni Session.-The [ adopted. the Government so long asth pW2S't

i Sawannee bridge. ; .. .. .. 25,000 Eciousnesa of Right, turned out'in' thousands g Capt. P. Dell addressed the meeting,.at Ayctlta continues ths1siaoftb.tlc1ztr1
Now made .
f Trestte . .,. 31,500,) his acts at Washington. in this address and resolutions
bridging- ; sustain that The wh'owas urging them'' the of tion. -
he for three hours and to Right gallant chief They reiterate their upon necessity '
CuIvcitfllsoflr7.i. . 15,100 r game/ city, speaks an was, adored '- -5 f.Furuu
y- .. i !'immense audie co'. enthusiastically endorse elected !last fall over the combination of went to'Wttg principles, b.nt re i til1g'a l j:man of t Influence* s'a.candidate. :. MOVXMBXTS o.Tzf-4J.LIJ-4' ."

it Cost of : -bed;,. .; .'.',$442,143 :his action and the great principles- which he nil manner of isms, came'up from'his desk at no_.qoonnation' be. 'made,for" J the : Senator, who could ably ,represent the writer in Blackwood'a AThgzxi .paid:to be :

f Scperstrurtare, 105.68milei' at ao ,gallantly carried though. So confident Springfield to vindicate by his presence, that teat. J Numero'us.speeches' were ; i in the important measures likely to a ,very high authority,.give* tis..e113k1incr'!

!If 9,000 per mile,.'. ,* ....- 847,040 i is Senator Douglas the conservative sentimensi his heart was pot forgetful of the gallant struggle the nominee of the fusiooist were .before the next' Legislature.A ., future movement, Among-ths* oaibetei. ,
to Cost 'of Road-bed ud. .Super. ', of Illinois, that he has proposed to hi? made for him lasfyear. There were,other erely! handled.. __ ... letter, f''bm Col.. 'Perry' .'. received. i suit cbnqueredf6rPrance'and ofthewrheenurneratuXb" GeOfgf. loT En
gtrnctoTe/! .. ..!.. j.., <. -. '. ',$ ,2S9lS3, abolition colleague, Trombnll, that both'of men .present eminent for. their political |r.U ,to'allow' .to ,go before the land or vice versa" .U,.will not tic ccr *' .i

There are wfahin* x'niiiei: of-the Kne 144,- them.should, ,resign_ and ,'await the result.of 'services in. the State and the untry.. The 'The Attorney General of the' q en .oD., stating t .that Marlon!' was entitled' ; 'EagUnd will bave-.Gtorjia ,forpari if : .

027*acres'oY .S rapjp .d: 5/MO ofJntei&i1mpTeLDflti4fl' the'election ota new:Legislature, which will: Wabash, the, ,Misswsippji;the:mines/of Gal has! published 'an :.b'pinfon" .in' the selection,,aa it was tho uoexpired term. share:(if there be any sharing)t of RaII1&D'
"jtihtf BelUger nt in the tarritorj, for Georgia ia'tha we't,11I {
said : to
extreme aUse.
the centre axd4. .south sent county. .
Senators op
of to
: make choice two according IlL '
.. ; -vAmotion + road to India $ '
. their to their menupon oar soli': by't eragcnts'of : .'waa made and evrie: ,. that the ,Eogtfj Sa qrr
|> thatall
Compared'with" othw thfc-line ii'about iU politica!:'.majority Thiife proposition sons ; testify y ,presen.ce, ; ; ; .' India, and sheness.France recoU fcUlcHsrtth :0n *w.

. f'.5,nM" nior-'expnke rth a lb. .. .I.Wer'cir. la. dedfatf by the po Sin'; pw r,'"li l&SPiqnw nHnoisi,appreciated the: galtoatry'of:the Chieagq jib; '.'Government, 'declaring such e t !. birluIe. be'a'dopted. :i l gave her.lormeSy( ,lal.jA
n '
Vf', } : 41 bf -
.' have act usurpation against'the Convent1ond ; ballot
'tFIIMOOQ.m'or .' Detnotrae1'JVe said there was an Tho: : pocOtied4tft; _4 deaigoa-npon iooaa it1tb. poaa a CCrimcl llo\
4' oodi" !' 4 w.n., j ., .not.n > tbgMppto.ofthaState.of '
flat jr '
than .- i--1.: .. ejucb. : I' hai.d1e' th ; .mlineu._ the,offer doca high credittots pq.tnob'*Fr- d' aj'iubt'; J.j.. ;,f'But. '. ii would:" .. .]potb of the United State.," and. th t'or i le&Uf of whIch. af aajfoll :,;.: ': '. sicurSl to 6e AI' :anIII 41.v-_
coLthuth did 'not iajre not wmj>t from tht" |>entl f Pir,:' Yot nl.nk" 101 stm ut.1JdYR.b Iwill'Des'-he ttlmcd toc et 'jQWS
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IDA'S GRAVE. Schrs. Arlingtoru March! ; Rose Genero'&brs. AUCTION7 SALEr V VOfOornj '....'!.NDtId& 1.
Fleet Wiud. Fancett; Efnma. Merrsy.I !
I wandered there nt eVCUiD g hour, : ON Tb*rsdayfii"lSlhd.nyof1>ecemterii it.l886.
Fojlderj aog1 Octtlc Mules and .
While ih4un w& milking the Weft; I- "faldaile : ), ntidertlgncd, administritrix of this aUte of 'I 1 .i 'a s kt.W V
BtbJ tLy arc with Li. lrewell raj*, _A Family Medicine.t -PJantatiomUtenaili- CbnrUs S, Sitlry.Deceased, late of Gadako Ccmctir, ?

Tbn'peifl avny to reaL So celebrated bas Dr. M'Lane's Vetmifugeb Or?' TDK-'SATURDAY lH.'fc>re Christmas, being will apply to tbe H.HJ J. Wayles Baker. Judge of the

con)e, that it i is regarded fcs the only; apecifij' ore the i29ii day of Dvcernbvr. will b Middle Cireih ol Florida, at his office in the city of
Getitly) thfe oft breeze whispered, lorlworms. Fnniilie should never be without a cup.pljuflt. sold upon tbe rotation ROBERT.U.. HALL, ly- :lUthaseeefor fur uthoiiy to sell :tbs following dw- QfIfl
above thee
In the green yoke boughs tnnrrrtUTiog.; ; At Ibis season particularly! when worms iu< on the road leading from 'J'allaba&ace to Thomas.'nile cribed real estate, the property of the Miner heirs of I 'xa'- -r JL r.y .s'd.Jt' .&4.F.i442 ,i. ., ,.s.: t
-: lk. an angtl are so troublesome and frequently fntftl among children vfa Dun' anaiIle, the following valuable property Mid deceased, via: Lot No. t wo,(*),aed that portwn : 3 : 4, itil.'! ,sPt4w.
.* W.ep Bot, fur mv spmt n parents should be watchful; and on the, fret consisting qf of Lot No.U*. ((1)) in the Town of Qninoy, bounded an '. '- '

;. 'Hwt *ceenta bretwed .pce to the soul, appearance of those diitress.5ng symptoms which waruiw 2 Yfke of Prime Oxen, fallows, to-wit: beginning on the forth of .King T. POOLE, WG: PO1E.4.e .

Tel eadly.ibey fell"a my car.ifofcjf ; of their presence, at once apply tLis powerful end 2000 bnshek of Com, Street'at a point'equally distant from.1 the Southeast .. /. fY)

rtlL /. our tcbool girl idejs, efficacious remedy. We- are confident hat it only 20,000 pounds of gv>o
&l tbe glaa tauea.I l ved to liear.tigetber'we requires a trial, to convince all that it richly merits 60 fine killing Hogs, tquart i uf said Town, running thtoce'North, parallel -. j "
that the praises that have been lavished npnn it. It is 100 St..ck llo s. with the streets of sail Town to the Northern )limit of II OD't-iS-S' & S-C oM.
roamed e'er rpot, safe and infallible. Volumes of wrtificates can be CO head of Merino said Northeast Block, tLence Went rmrallol with ,the ,
And plucked the blue violets there, produced showing its great medical virtues. 25 Dry Cattle, streets <.f gaid Tovn (T hty feet to the dividing' line '' 0 ; %1 :

'LUtie'we thought of this Lour, C2f Purchasers will be careful to ask for DR M'-- 10 A No. 1 Much Cows of aij hits No's one and two, thence--South byand; their stock of Falland Vfcfw.OUJs. eaAwaig a choice .

Or dreatted that dentb was BO near.Tlioa LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFIGI% rind take none eh-e. 10 or 12 Sist quality Mules. with said dividing Hue to King street, ..tbeace'Easton. flAvEreceved Des Goods for Ladies\% Gluts' Dirw Goods, and DWi AJr Plant iui I

hast left a tender babe, All other Vennifuge?, in comparison, are wi>rthle s 9 Horse and Mule.Colts, from 6 months to2 the North side of said street eighty feat to bold uso-a general assortment, snited to. Uie"niarletas follows f Ji -- 7fr f ,*%I'. f(;

To a keeping iister' car ; Dr. MXane'a Vermifuge, also his Celebrated Liver years old, tic place of beginning. Also about ninety five acres traces American Furniture prt..Eogli)4reiat'dTut-* ) : }
Pills be had at all respectable Dm Stores of land vohnected with said lots the North and
; 'And an aged father, can now ? 2 Durham Dull!*, on ; niturebimityCorded do. En4oideri1SkirssO
J'e Bias thy prerenca here. io the_United States and Canada. 45 2 line gentle family and brood Marcs, with foal, bounded on.lh East by linda of C. H. Dup>nton the While' and black silk Law. American. .Saxooy Iriah Linens Plaid, ,Sti1a4.pLathJauontCambric .
I t 5f' For sale at all the Drugstores inTallahasseo, 1 excellent 50 Raw Taylor Gin, North by tlie lands of the heirs of Overton. on the Maltese, Hooiton, ValewM-nuee, English Thread aml 3wiee. .gjll &Z4 "tletu ; Brio)

Around Till tviligbtV thy grave deepening lingered gloom acd at one Agency in every Town in the South. 1 pair of Mill Ruck, (hmiil.) tVestby the.lands of -J. M.W.. Davidson Win. T. French: Plait Brussels, White arid black Malia and Bondet Cord: t>Iain acd'C/4'B'ibuieU.T>bS O ma ki t!
October 27,185. 432wOBITUARY. Stockton and those forinerl, owned by Mrs. Atwator, Feather Bloud.
1 of Daniels' bust Straw Cutters .
Outing jta shadow o'er the scene ";? ,
the 1 sett of Blacksmith's Tools and on the South by said Town of Quincy, and the Embroideries. S
MingLed i'ith the pale light of moon. 1'iano cnytsThtet: Cl th Slisb
1 32-inch Bellows Isndd of J. M. W. Davidson., Wm. T. Stockton and
t.; n-ayed that we might meet lhe., 15 gwd Turd Plows, William Forbes, being all that portion of the S W iof Swiss, Mull, Jaconet, Cambric and Dimity Bands/< '. Furniture. / fringeBlav

__In that baiter world above; "Your Fathers where are they T" As sr.ow I 12 Section 6, Township 2, Range 3, N 4 W, owned by Edging and Inserting awl Flouncing Plain, Printed, \ L"ien id cotton twjb, BkaeiiedShwUng.' szad
Where immort al spirits praisaOnr capped summit, lost to view, in over-banging clouds j Sweeps. said deceased. Embroidered. HrmsUch'd, Sliced and Lace1 trimmed / tings. Pillow BI&cheI Jian). Aproo
1 lot of Shovel., Scooters. Sugar KettTes, Axes, ChICkS White sod Browft Hound, Donastio Gig.
blest redeemer's love. [Coa. "the silver crown the Linen Camb. Hdkfs und ready made Shirt BosomiA ,
niapcstic beauty of nature. MARY D. G. SIBLEY, Administratrix
:_ Hoes, Trace Chains, Coli.us Uames. Bolts
I Tups ( hama and Cotton Thnn.l-Htiy Good*for plants-
lies concealed in the thadows) of thnt "night thai
Novembers 1855. 4w-44 -
Screws, Chains, Ox Yokes, and other articles not Collars, Sleeves, &o. Hun Oeo flali Southern Right OeDenims. -
from *' ) um. Kerseys, *
later EuropejvTTRTVAL knows
Days no moruing. With the opening the re- '
I Seven cord was made of our, who lowered year in nil mentioned. "TOHN A large selection of the latest stiles of fluipure, nabe-gs, .' Twjllc''Stiff 'Blacktta, Bed do

OF THE AFBICA. the grandeur of real worth.! -"he is auionjj no more U.," : and ) TEUMS-12 month's credit, notes with approved R LLOYDAuctioneer tfouiton. Sliced and Maltese Collars, English and Jeans, Shirting Stripes, Bed Ticking.0ma. aiM, a
sec'-nitr, bearing 8 per c. nt. inttrwa from date French Emb'd. Collars sod Chemazettea. Mourning. Plain and Plaid Uwtys"R4TJz*av49rtj.J Zl
before its
now oloe the record 1-e
long must
BOSTON, Oct. 24. R. H. BiRRY: Auctioneer. : i Collars and Sleeves. nets, Catsimere and Satioeta. i .'
made of another, his friend, his oollearrne, his com ;<
has arrived at Hal I' in "h November 3, IStS. :44 7w [Sentinel copy. VEILS-Of every kind and variety. :'e. -
The steJwnsMp Africa peer true dignity- is no more. .. :_ _
the 13th. The venerable JOHN PARIIKILL Commission Merchant and Cotton Broker, Bonnets. { "
with Liverpool dates to is gone! On Notice. 'Sez 1sladady'B.ginfanc1'A4p"_ .,b
fax and has declined i to Tuesday last, after an illuess of Bcvcral months, occasioned TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Of Fashionable winter styles of English and Swiss -
Cotton is and lower grades. The bv disease of the heart, and in the 70th year IN pursuance of an 01 der of the Honorable J. Wayles nov prepared to attend to all kinds of sales, Real Straw, Belgrade Rutland, China Pearl Hair'and i Clothing. '

I on fair Upland of his ape, he resigned his 'spirit to God, who gave Baker. Judge of the Circuit Court cf the Middle IS Estate, Negroes, Cotton Furniture, to, also! the Lace, Tuscan, flam. Fancy and Satin Straw. .Lace ) A good supply of G nts' R aJy Made Or.rvfcktai
: 31,000 bales, including 5,000 taken it. Colonel PARIIKILL native Ireland Circuit t'f' the State of Florida, tlo underpinned. Administrator ? Trook Coat Vert and '"*
/ei are was a ; hiring of Negroes by private and public sale. His Gypsies, China Pearl and French Laeo flat. for in- PanU .
by speculators and exporters. At the early age of fifteen, he landed in New York, j de bonis non of the estate of John Wilford, friends will pleale lake due notice thereof and govern (ants. Rigolettes, White and Cold, Turbans and Polka .
Flour advanced one shilling, and Wheat t.o pass through the fiery ordeal net-king his fortune j deceased, will sell at public outcry to the highest bid themselves accordingly. Hoods. 1 Hats 'and Cap .i;

4 Corn is active and unchanged. iu the New World. Under the salutary influence der, before the Court House door in Tallahassee, on Auction days-Wednesday and Saturday.il o'clock. and f Gcnt4( BnyInd S.rnnt flA2ib. CrpFah-
three Ribbons Trimrnings
peace. of a strictly Pre>.byterian education, l.e maintained i! Monday the 8d day of December next, the following October 27, 185. 43 Manchester ad vices arc unfavorable. ..Money his integrity, and soon establit-hed ft character for !I lands belonging to said estate, to wit: the E. 4- of the A rich assortment of Bonnets Sash and Belt Bib*\ Vant*. Army, Nary; Bide, Black OIac d aod SmoSf-,,

ii tighter.- Consols closed at S'fl. prnbitv. He subsequently, prosecuted business, as N. W. i of section 32, iu TuwruJnp 2, Range two, New Goods. boos of the very latest styles, Winter trimmings Qjng Caps. ". *" *-*;

LATER SE'AT' WAR. a merchant in Richmond, Va., where ho became I j North and East, in the County of Leon and State of Moire Antique, Broche, Bugle. Fig'd. Velvet, Plush C "
FKOJI THE OF member of tbe Church, under the Pastoraleare of !; Florida Terms one half cash and the balance in HAVE received my supply of Fall and Winter and Velvet, Watered, Fringe Edge and Silk Emb'J. ? Boots a d-Shoe.

The Allies are active on the Danube. Kars Dr. JOHN HOLT KICK, who was his intimate friend i| twelve months with approved eecuritv.I I Goods (by late arrivals from New York, Baltimore iu Velvet
still holds outSebastopol and a not unfrequent guest at h's table. Abmit I SOLOMON SILLS, Adinr. do bonis non. and New Orleans,) and offer them to the public on as and Feathers, Bri'lal Wreathes, Green Rose Leaves.f.Rt all prices and of etery aiie fbc Latins, Q<6UCtol-

is quiet; except stray shots from thirty years ago, he established himself Florida, ]! November 3d, 1855. 44 good terms as any house in the city. In the stock is Rose Buds, French Bunches, Swans' Down,Black and \Jrin sad SerraaU. """*""*

the Russian batteries. asa Planter ; and, amid all the vicissitudes the embraced every variety of Dry Goods, Groceries, and Col'd GMlci! Wreaths Tabs, 4c, swan Victormes. -

State, during that trying period, maintained, untarnished Lost or Mislaid. Hardwaie, Crockery,
There has been a slight engagement near the reputation of a virtuous citizen. NOTE of hand payable to the undersigned for a beautiful assortment of Embroideries, Laces in Setts, Mantles aid Talmas. ( and Three ;DCa.t.Irugget, oil fo4hA

Kertseh, resulting to the advantage of the al- lie Wa' a model' of the chriftian gentlemsn.- A ?180, hire of negro boy Philip, payable January Mantles, Cloth Talmas and Cloaks, and a few of the large selection of the most el sr.t Mantlea, Tal- for Table and FloorInfl1s.O1etflre'and* 'lap&xvmas

lies. In hi. social intercourse, he seems tti have been Int. 1856. antI signed by John Herring E. Rrmingtou. mott splendid Silks ever ought to this market. and Cloaks of the latest ParisiaStk.,of all ibe Rugs, Carpet Binding, Wonted iwi Cotton .rH"? *V.,.

: The Allies are threatening Perekop. The ever mindful of that marked trait, in Christian character F. II. Fhgg, R.& L. H. Hoilgsou. All persons are Planters are invited to look at my Kerseys Blankets prevailing colors and shapes. Mexi< uTalmM.Tal <. Ca I ''

. bombardment of Odessa by the fleet is soon : "charity behaveth notitselfunseemly," Uniformly cautioned against trading for the same as payment before purchasing. T. HAY WARD. de Brodie, Rachel, Caprice, Eglantine, Moire Antique,* CrOoker -a
Courteous, and bland in his mariners his j jptescnce has been flopped. W. N. SAUNDERS. October 27, 1855. 43 Velvet and Empress and Cloth. )
expected. was agreeable alike to the young and the Novembers, 1855. 4t-44. .
5;? [SECOND DESPATCH] more mature, to the poor and the more proi-perous i Notice. Gloves, Hose, &C. acFreDcft oomoionStonti Ware.

'as with the servant, so with his master." Chris Circular Saw Mill demands against the estate of Ladies' and G cuts' Silk,.Wool sd Linen Gloves. ) tTnrrt-nrar .
$ The English state that the Russians { Agency. persons having
* papers tianity governed his biisines regulated his family ALL deceased Gauntlets, Silk Mitts, Ladies'BlackTWhitejujd Mixed"Silk : L !' -
* have withdrawn from the North sido of Sebastopol and directed his private conduct. His religion fl HE undersigned bas the njrency for the sale of Laffoon late of County them, to the, Cotton and'Wo<,l'Hose. Children's Worsted and < POCkSt Kwm, Kbff H and For**,Carrfi

I towards Bel beck, and that only a was not 'the fitful fever of the brain;" but, that ') JL W. Herrick's Improved Circular Saw Mill*." will take notice within that they must present law this Cotton I1os GeuU' Hose of all kinds; Black and F if"< Ponder Flasks locks Aflfcei *. Rtta. File, c1U1.W'ey
the or
: few trorps are left in the forts. which exhibits itself, in doing justly, loving mercy, i consisting of three siz'-s for 42, 48 and 52 or 54 inch notice undersigned will be plead in time bar of prescribed their recovery by ;,and all CravaU, Stocks and Ties Ladies' Silk and Wo ol Draw' Xives 1a'e Cst end Wrought W '
i Sawa. These Circulars are deridwlly the best in use, 'B1ifld Fititi'i WflRnted Axes Co"
and walkin with Gad. j
? humbly His experience notified to Vests Gents Linen and Silk Hdkf. GenUf Wool Silk -
.Czar said
at ifl.'iebted estate hereby
was Nicolaiefattending a to are
was modified by his theological views. Thorouglly i j having several improvements over the Page" or any persona and Cotton Uudwahirts. Drawers, Ac. 5 res, Smog'Balance' Tea try' flfr1'fld'LCh&ioe.
council of war. The French were concentrating Calvinistic in his sentiments, and well versed in j other Patent in use. The oost i is about ?SOO, 350, make immediate payment to the undersigned.Adm'x. MabogsoT Knobs, SborelsnJ1os 7Ohrs, '

. men and munitions of war at Silis- the theology of the Bible, he was so distrustful of and ?450 for various sizes, according extra carriage, LEONORA P. LAFFOON, Ladles Dress GOOdS. J wril Buckets, Fire Doga, Fateut Sad Iron Sborels'

trift. .himstlf, as to be often disturbed by doubt and fear ; tc. For further particulars apply. to October 27, 1855. 8w-43. Beautiful Silk Robes, and Dress Pattrrr. Plain <* and Spades, 'Axle Pufiies, Sash Cord, Cotton

The. Austrun circular to the Representa- and yet, so confiding in God. as never in part with DANIEL LADD. Brocade Black, White, Fancy and Satin Plaid.Grode Manilla Rope, Rifle and Shot Oonkj Horse '.bouafl*,
hat "hope,which i the anchor of the soul." Having Newport, Fhx, November 3. 1855. 44 Rye Rye Rye Rhine, Poult de Soie, Gro Grain, Turk Satin Blk. Amour Cotton Cords,also a lot of Best cot nails, BoIIoyVB .

I tlrei of: that government, says that though "attained to the full assurance of hope," a few SALE BY S. S. KNIGHT. and Moire Antique Silks, Wool Plaids, De- Wrought nails,
I Prutsia is at liberty to offer her meditation, weeks before his end he longed to depart, and bet Pro Bono Publico. FOR 27, 185. 43 Lames, Feb Merinos, Printed DeLaines. Caaebe, Cbal (

I the present is not the tine for such a movemcsrt. with Christ ; '' but, he subsequently mourned over FIRST VESSEL FOR CHARLESTON. | lies, Persian Twills, Printed Cashmere, Beregjes and Willow Ware, JTotlons &O.

That the Western Powers must follow this desire, as a sinful impatience and found c"in-; 'rT'HE Brig Adela, Byers Master, Sailed from Bacon Bagging &c. Tissues, Brocade Feb Memo, Colored Silk Velvet, Shell, Ivory. Horn and Rufcbrir' Cocoba, '
and fort in the hope of Divine forgiveness. His dying A- Charleston for thU laet. White Berege and M. de Lame, French Chintz Earl- hair Brushes Dress Shield'Plain cod fancy Bottooa
the have gained port on Saturday
up adrantag they testimony was : "1 know and believe, that Jesus is She will load for the vithout dis-i JUST received per latest arrivals from New Or stori Ginghams, Plain and FigM Alpaca,Florence and Portmonais. Bankers Cksea, Paint and Vartnah Braakes.
public generally,
must not treat with Russia until that power is the Christ, the Son of God He is my trust." Unction of Shtppm or Con-jnee Come and! New York, the following articles which Marceline Silk Canton Cloth. A large supply of American Silver Thimble, Colognes. Ertracta," Fancy oil*
expelled from the Crimea. The habit of prayer, which he had formed in early one come all and engage yourfreight. *D. LADD. they offer at the lowest cash prices: and French Prints, Black and Colored Cloths < arid Soap. Looking.Glasses, Mustard Sppooa-.Salad

An engagement had taken place between years, was affectiuply! displayed, in ''the swret New Port, NOT. 3. 1855. 44i 15 Casks Bacon, 10 Bales Bagging, for roaking.Mantillaa, also a nice assortment of Second Spoons and f&bCztofs, Patent Roaatora,

- the Russians and Turks in Afcia, iu which the breathings of desire," which the spirit uttered, in i I M. || | .. I- .... .I ,..1 I. 20 Bbla. Flour,* 15 Ps. Sea Island do. Mourning Goods, and a large stock of other Patent ieatheriBella, coral aod jttNeddae, wria :

litter lest (. ir hundred killed. Ali Pasha its struggles to be free That struggle is past.- j Advances on Sea Island Cotton. 30 Coils Rope 10 Bbls. Whiskey, Dry Goods. leta dbc. Sewing Birda, Fancr Baaksta, Clotha; Hem
The victory is ")n. "Mark the perfect man, and | liOO ll:4. Twine, 10 Ells. Mess Pork, c pen.: Painted cedar and oak pail and Tuba,WeQ
was taken prisoner. behold ihe upright, for the end of that man is peace." i iHe T ILIERAL ADVANCES nn-lo on St-a Island Cot.Ij 50 Kegs Nails, Black and fancy Cold Ouasimers, Clothe, C&shma- ucketaGaaneBag.DolIaRabba3tsyaas.lP.oretta .

The garrison at Kars was reduced to the lived in faith, died in peace, and -his menory is ; tou fir Shipment to Charleston, bv I). LADD. RICHARDSON & WHITAKER. Curtain Damask, Emb'd Curtains'Turkey Red; Lemon Squeezen, and Gun Oapa.
New Port. N 3
> -14
utmort extremi y. Omar Pasha was advancing blessed. v. Newport, October 27, 1855. 43 -

to raise the siege. Jiehig dead he yet upeaketh," to the community, Fresh Rice. GROCERIES. '
in whose prosperity, he ever cherished a living in- Marshal's Sale.
The allied fleet wag before Odessa. teret, comineuJing the faith, which he had been A Lot of Hire on the way from ( h.1rt5 o n.e ..iilc virtue of two executions issued from the U. S. Coffee, Sugar, Crushed, Clarified, Brown and Powdered,Black and Green TeaPepp S 'ceaosi1 t1i,

| In the Baltic If/Russian merchantmen had taught, and \vhi.-h had moulded hi.. life ; to the low bv wholesale, by D. LADD. B District Court for the Northern District of Florida, Saleratus, Candles, Soap, Sha;!. Candies, Nuts, Crackers, Piekles,'Worcester' Sauce;MotUrd, Corrabta '

b11 a captured tin the coast of Finhwd.I Church which had so long shared his support, and New Port Nov. 3, 1855. 44 in favor of Newbold and Russell, the other in f'- Yeast Powders, Starch. Olives, Tamarinds' Vinegar, Mohiaeee; Syrup, Potash. White Lead.Potty; Boiled ,.

Denmark Invites all the mantine nowers. of which he was a Ruling lilJtjr, urging consistency, Circular &, Upright Saws. one vor of Penrsuu and Jennings, both vs. David P. F and RAW Linseed oil, Lard oil, Elephants do. Castor oilPowder and Shot, Tabaccb' SmS. Uaecarod" .> ....

including the United States, to a congress, to islcadfastness and heavinirlv tnindpdncpR on .-illami i Newfoui, I have levied upon the following: lands, to niccilli, JtcT: October 27, l8L 4i- w ;
- - - - -
to his family called upon thcn to "follow Lim, j assemble at with view to. HOE wit
Copenhagen, a settle as he followed Christ/' 40, 43; and 52 inch sizes, on hand and frsaleby :
all questions with reference to the sound- As devoted husband a-.d D.LADDN.w I The E | S E i- Section 7, W.N W J aud SE4 NEW GOODS . ,.
a alfrctionafc father: a j of N W 4 Section 8, and W $ S E J and S W $ of persona idebtedio,the c1ter1Or t.
dues. Port Nov. P55. 44
humane his ALL
manner must deplored by those, j jto N \y Section 30 an l E i N W J Section 31. Town- TOWLE & MYERS 1854, are requasted-te'caD and settle tbeirAccounts
The Ministry of Greece bad resigned and a whom he was bound by such tender tiebut; i S & R and S E of NE i Sec. 25. cash "
ship 1. Range 4. ; $ -by, or other*ie, be/ore the 1st day Gf
isw) one had been formed. they 'sorrow not, s others without hope," wtil ::spared j Notice to Contractors Township 1, Range 3, S has from New York
NEW YORK Oct. < that he gone "to the ceneral i6Sttnby! and j ENGINEER'S Orrirr, PEXSACOLA AXD fito. R. R. ) y $ f-.f N W i Section 6, Townsbip2Range4. S A E, ,afantiouable placed! the hoods of,,an oc.Lrcefl..tica.1.t1.
Church of the first born which and well selected toclf ofIVulclies
Cotton Heaven." arc written in TALLAHASSEE, November Itt, 1855. J and N E J of X E 4 Section 2. Township 2. Range 3, aim requested,that tnpaa .adelMdtq this prewat ytar. *

yesterday declined J to J. Sales Tallahassee 20th I EALED PROPOSALS will be received at this i t S Oct.
2,000 bales. Middling Orleans 9g ; Middling 1855. i,_ rrfice. f.r> thGiubbing.. Clearing, Grsduation, Rjuiiy4.: S ct E; containing eevenhandred and twenty Cunshtin,'/ of gentlemen's gold bunting levers, ladies fore the 1 at day of.,Jannanr aext Io avoid.
Uplands 8 J. Died, on Saturday the 27th tit Mr. JOHN COOK. Trestle Iiriilf-'eiujj, aod Culvert Masonry and the fur a<.Te i"mi'i e or less. Aln 1 one hnlf of N W J of N E i. !gold levers, silver lever, hunting, anchor, lepiue and expense of suit ''tTjBOS P. ,RANDOLPH.! '

afier: a long an protracted ilhj<"Mi. The divesse.l l niching the Cr"- Tie;. f.'r th lat; Division of the one third "f the E J of N W J, and one half of N W } I quartier Watches ; Cameo, Mosaic, Coral na 'nil gold October 20, l65.. 42-4w, -

: bure his afflicaliocj1. being ii'.nny, with great patience Pwifaciuu fiii-1 (Georgia ILiil Road, Hu-frnTalhihas: : of N W 4 Section 1 ; and the oue-third of S E J of N bosom pins and earrings, necklaces, gol 1 and Jet crosses

.- --Cotton.JHarket. nod resiziiati lie, mnuy weeks ago, eiprepeiu the 10th to the 17th Dccemb i E } Section 2, in .Township 2, of Range 3, S it E, 80 bosom pins and lockets for hair and daguerreotypes Potatoes, Onions, Apples, ..

Tau.a-iiiiszzNovember 2d, 1855.-COTTONTbe hearty v.ish to die, and he relieved "f his suffvriiiirp. .-r nfxt.Ale" I ammjrc or Icsa. being an undivided interest in the ; gold and hair bracelets; a large assortment of FEW BBLS. EACH, landingfionv

market for this artiele.daring the veek has been very Though nr.t a jj'of esor of reli-jioa, yet he &!ways s oreguluted fur tlu> 2d Division of the Read, between four lat named tracts. The above described lands line plain, diamond ruby, pearl and g 'rnt, onyx'anti A for sale by --MtifAlIGHT OMOND.

dull And hia conduct anJ squared Li* actions as to Madison nnJ A'ligator, from the 20th January to the will be M before the Court House door in the Town cornelian finger rings; gentlemen's diamond pine ; Newport, October .. 1855. 41 ,
transactions Lave
depressed, eciircelj any render him a useful member iu bcviety. But the 1st February next of 31ntitplk! on the let Monday in December next. sleeve buttons, plain cameo, onyx and cornelian ; a ,

taken place, ewk)j-to the rwpption of unfavorable ieyth of time has Wltd him to hU mother earth, thereto Plans Hncf Profiles of the respective Divisions will between tit k-gjil hours of sale to
news by every anil The recent killing frosts with tk-ep ui.til awaked by tb.; trurnpct'n s'uu'l.' be exhibited at this office on im
which the"whole South Las ieu visited, have rvet1 Sir. Cook was lsrn ia MarjiaaJ] and ir.ovcd to and ?0th January. An-1 the Ptopwals will be Northern District of Florida. and gold, silver and steel spectacles, gold and silver \J Drawers ofSW44ott, *- S i, & .. i
Florida in 1&27. was about 72 years of age when he j( opened on the 17th D'H't-riiber for the let Division Monti.-ello, October 27. 1855. 43 thimbles. Uben ) *
bosomt-d Shirta
produce very /kvprableYeffeci in the Northern died, leaving wife and three cl ildreti -skes! greatCalico
a vast and on the 1st February for the 2d Division.Tb Fine Cutlery and Guns. and ruffled -
Market. circle of acquaintances auJ (friends to ruin their loss. < work will be ilivi-led into sections about one Dry Goods, per Asa Fish. Dinner and breakfast knives without Lrks, knives cy, checked, stdElirt., ,
Prlcea in Jfew Yprlc and holders, May their loss be bin eterual gain. mile in suit the convenience of bidders. l
length to "
are more bonjant,
Ginghams Irish LinenDamask, Diaper,' and forks in setts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket Heavy HickwySbirta, ,
of Cotton ftra hUdingtoft: for an advance i io prices that P. Baltimore Sun and the Nashville D. W. BARNES.N. Christian. Stockholders will liii]have. the prefer.'of e of other bidders CALICO White and Red Flannel Kerseys, Lin'seys cutlery, shears, scissors and"razors ; fke double Super Rusk Gauntlet .... -

rnleJ. tmmadiattlv after the rccnint of the last tie-an. at the same All contractors except Stockholders Kentucky.Jeans, Sattinett, Bleached Shirtings, barrelled laminated steel and stub twist guns, common Biiek. DogSkm. rnTdftJ .. .
Advxyite will please *w*'***k ivi* -
will lie take their *
copy.'Committed required to A part ( par Unbleni-hed Shirt'mgsLouisiana Stripe and plaid, guns, shot pouched of various patterns, fine add Silk TVt EdtSi linen Cambria' >t '
from Europe. We quote as the present piceamou; r in Stock, preference being given to those who will da. :. -
Worn&u'e Hose, Men's Hose.-handkerchief., Suspenders common powder flasks, cleaning rods, Ely's caps and TravellirisShAwKCk l & .Brace.StocJk> '' .
market 7<& 7}. to Jail, take the lurgect amount Buttons-.. For sale low by It. BERRY. wad, wad cutters, and,mat riais for gunsmiths, Indeed every thing m this line tbd can .. '5.
WM. H. GRIFFIN Chief Engineer. ?
-; .- Baoauc
AT J Friday, November 2, 1855, A NEGRO BOY Master's Sale. Silver table, desert and tea silver forks McNAUGHTi OBJ Oil0.vwport .

Price of Provisions in New Orleans, Oct 20. -VS aged about 1 S years who say that he belongs virtue of a decree of th" Circuit Court for Leon Just Received, and cream ladles, butter and spoons pickle knives, plated, soup October 13,1853. 4V .

to Nat Berry.of Sumpter District, South Carolina; hasa BY County, in a cause wherein Patrick Smith, Ad- Per Arlington from New York. forks and spoons, waiters, castors, cake add fruit baskets

Superfine,'Flour] ,. . 88.25 a $8.50 .scar oa hi*right arm which hi pai e was caused by inini-trator of tho Estate < f Sf.sui Holt deceased, BOXES Soda Crackers, electro plated tea sets and communion service, r t Tobacco., J if 1

Extra' ', ". /. .. 68.50 a 89.00Bacon" a'mule: running away with him ; very pert spoken; of a d other* are CorojiUi-iai.ti.) aud Eiitlftt C. Holt and 20 in Wine do. butter, sugar and cream dishes, chamber and parlor AFIN a ortmcDt.cf rariooc'abphived brand
a dark complexion, and about 4 feet 10 inches high. "
? Sides,. .... .' 13 i c a 131 The: to lorward -. other, the minor heirs of said Nathan Holt,deceased, ,lire 10 "- Graham Craeers candlesticks, suit-cellars, boquet holders, yard and them Bob "Stewart'a, "vftfkmf* Am4w j.
owner is come Jocke Club
requested prove prop dower baskets, and brittanoia ware.Micel1asieonsrtIcIc. and Bough and ReAdyr Aa.&e. '
Shoulders,. .; ... llc a 12 erty and take him away, or he will be dealt with us defendants will offer'for s.aleat public outcry before the 10 Pie Nb do. see 1808 brands! Tjjiffog ftpm brig j>Mjstic aotj |b< t
Court House door mTallahassee the first .
Hams, . ,. t .,. 11 c a .1CLardr.L the law directs. on Monday 10 Ginger do. sale by ,, MoKAUGHTiORMOND. I-
in December next, the following described lands, situated 10 BbIS. Soda Biscuit, Ladies teticules, salcbela,work boxes,pearl.Berlin "
. ;. 11 WILLIAM H. ANDREWS, NewportOto'ben13l5.; .. .. ,. .
c a 12JM Sheriff of Jefferson in'Leon County, belonging to the Estate of said 10 Sugar do. iron, and morocco port mcmaios, pearl card cases, coral tj :41rc -

w Pork,* .per bbl' ,. 821.50a 22.00* 3Iontice. November 3, 1855. 44rpHIRTY County. Nathan Holt, deceased, vir'The E| of the S WJof 10 Butter Crackers, beads, coral necklace and artnUta,jet bfaeeleta, ; .
Prime 817J a Section 19; the E i of the N W i, the S W J ofthe 10 aWater do. necklaces, and bosom pins,napkin rings hair sad tooth onIon2k5---F;

Sugar.: . ... .. . 4 c a 8 ?iotk. '. N E1.theN.E'Iuftbes E 4. the N W i ofthe S E |, 5 I. Lemon do.S brushes, hat revivers shell, buffalo, india:rubber and 1 ( 1 BU>"CHEa 0NNSpedct.ia ,
days after the first publication of this thaS W 4 of Section 80; the E 4 ofN W Jof See.81, Best Boston Crackers, ivory combs, china and wax dells, razor strops and .LUVJLurJr7ye& Foctaleby r .".-.
Moies gai,. . 25 c a 30 r
per all in Iwo Range North
three and
_1- notice, the undersigned, natural guardian of 'his Township East, 5U Fancy money belts cigar cases, feather, dusters pauor and
Whiskey.i. 33Jc a 34 infant children Ellen Ann, Duncan J. and John Z.Bouie containing in all five hundred and twenty acres, more 2 Maple door bells, lx>bemi .0 glass and china vases and boa October 20, 1855.

Ropd;* ; ;..* -, .. . Sea 9j will apply to the Hon..!. Wayles Baker,Judge or less.. I 0 Pilot Bread, kets, terra cotta vases and pitchers, perfume bottles, 'rtffitts1"
India Bagging.v.; 13 Jc a 14 of the Circuit-Court of the Middle Circuit of Florida, TERMS.-One third cash,and the balance in equal ic U Navy jewel cases, centre suspension and side lamps,lamp Clothing undDAVID.C. Kerse7s- ,

&t his office in Tallahassee; for authority to, sell the instalments payable in one and two years, with interest For sale by JL.IL BEI1.RY. shades, chimneys and wicks, violins and bows,guitars, W1L8QN tt nbw

Price la Tallahassee.HOT. 2- undivided: interest of' said infant children in the following at eight per cent from date with A lien on the land October 20, 1 856. 42 banjos, tambourines aooordeons, clarionets, flutes and of -. ;. .-.- .i 3
ron l estate situated in the County of Leon, as security. HUGH ARCHER, Jr., fifes, guitar and violin strings fine cologne and other Getspliii anio
StperfiifetHourii.310.00 a \\ii to-wit: The West half of the Southwest of Master iu Chancery. Shoes, &c ,per Asa Fish. perfumery, and a general asortm.nt'ofToys.'Watebes .
Extra .? .' -iU... \ quarter Nevomber S 1856. 44Master's 'I Black eleth 0 )OOSoKd
11.00 a 12 Subscriber has received assort and jewelry repaired promptly and In the aixfcatoJtJM
just a general
section ( two
thirty-one (31)) Township ((2,) Range one, THE ( I ..
Bacon Sides,. .. 15, c a ,16 (1,) North and Wesst of Sho s, suitable for the country ,trade, best manner. .an4.fanpy, tweed Veata. ,
Shoulder*, ... . 13Jc a 14 X ; WILLIAM BOUIE. Sale. consisting ofHen's October 20, 1855. .42- I aO> f -MBhick .

HamsV.. . 15 c a "20" By D. W. Gwrw, Att'y. B -virtue of a decree Chancery ofthe 81st October Kip, Goat Skin, Calf and Double Soled -___; 'a Satin] & e i01t7T11'- tV
1&54, in a cause wherein Edward A. Willey 41 Chappalls" Brogaus, ,
November 1855. 4-44.
Lard,. ... ..j'J. 15 c a ,,10 and others, ore Complainants, and Arvah Hopkins, Women's Strapped Jenny Linda,Calf, Bad, TOLIAMT.SLBSSEBMAMTFACTUBE. ,, 5' Tweed and *

Me *Tork,. .. .. .825.00 26.00 Stop Thief! $25 Reward !11! Administrator of Zachariab Jerkins, deceased, is Defendant Lace, Shoes, and Boots, 'L'a11abaSe P'1 .i % j Unqtxom18birti,5j j1- : .

Prime ", ..'.. .,., 22,00T-a[ from stable 'in TaUabas- I will expose at public outcry before tbe Girl's Jenny Liuds-Boy's Brogao '. ( .- .''-, .', $, i_ .V"u> ea ipo, VodjnaWrt, w ,rc'f w if.ai vvrr JLBaltimore.

Su ar f< *).r...,!. ,.f, 10 c-a, 12 STOLEN' the .my November let. Court House in the city of Tallahassee, on. Monday For sale by ? R.H BERRY. B,or Coi.rsRTIK.& 1D SUJtZT : ., .. i qesrt4
MoIaases1.-1. '45 J f. 1 ..instJ. morning CreaniColoredjri the Sd day of December) next, the following described October 20,1855. 43 IRON WABB, WuoL.&zt.wD Rrizr q' i ..: bsxsb* tsZ
c a .1symirWhite
or lands to wit; Ei N E. i. Sec.1 6, T. 2, R.2, N. A E ;
Whiskey .. .. -48 c a '50Ropb about five years old, with long while mane EjS.E.ISec.9T.2. R2, N. 4 E ; E 4 N. W. J. Per Arlington" from New York. DEALER IN PLAIN' FANCTJ, AND JAPANMED' ,
and Tad. and be l"'r T UMJD rv -' .1
known U!
r zl vb.'i'. 12 12J may by her stretching out or It. N.ak E W N. E. V fl} Ttank Las .. eill iI
ca- kneeling when reined and, Sea 9t T. 2 2, ; i I, Soo.9, T.2, R. /GUNPOWDER TEA, Sardines ,, t' a.. i''* ,'t J
uudcr iStove
up tapped .
India Bagging.. .. 18 c a- 18| j ere 2N.E: S.W.4ofSW.Sec.lOT.2I1.2N' ; vT.Imperial Crushed Sugar, S la.t 4Mancbceter ai4gwens .- :,.. -t -- -

I will give Fifteen Dollars for the Mar and ten dol's 6 FSY; W. | of N: W.'J, Sec. 10, T. 2, R. 2, N. 4 E.b Hyson ,./ 1.oa(... t-j' -.: -I 1fnlborougb'G.evgaandKra1I ,- --O' -
; irs for the thief. WILLIAM T. BETTON.-1 < N.w.IofS.W.Isec.ioT.2U.2N.-. containing Biack; .4 Starch iA SPLENDID tent oEOuokng'Parlor ,
Tallahassee 440 acre, lying and being' in the County of HaecaronI i P Jtx': arid Wood Stores, trimmed wjtb. oeaisee S -i., -. 'Jtr'r'a -
NoTember .
9?1655. 44 i -t Soap r.
I 0 Leon. ;Term Cash. HUGH ,-Jr"November / Table Salt; Stlsrta'Snb ,, '. and dijrability.at reduced price Var sale.by. I *rn

.. .- -jr t Master in Chancery.Notice. Pat Aeb, I tider anl : : .. ,. vowna
3,1855. t4 9doe.D, S4L ,t 4L"i rxan ..ai.R4LF .
flty virtue of an order of the Hobbrable' J. Wayle* SluartB Candy? ,Sa.latstugr f*' f .L.J I!Booing, Ornanaental Front Head. Guttering, Cop- _!__ ,
AEBIYEXU.!: Jodg6rf
Oct f 4. 6chr.. RoGtom: Apals tcola, with Circuit of Florida, the undersigned, adminjittator of Salad Ofl .. Ginger, ZinejeicfI'ipe., Patent Cistern Pumps, Shop peck #
tie Fatibf'DanitI.OOaifl, deoeased will ellapublic $ >., ?, ,-.v ., ABontbeja Life Iniuranea lnd1o1L. 'Rail Road Snufl; of every jariety jdooe at abort notice,
.1 ht) L
2T.inaiL. 6ius i .1.I and trost'C; ?., are hereby notified that in .pnraor Nutmegi, Cbocolate, OetobtfIV'T :
Ne ;
ootery befor*'tbe Court HAfce door inTalhVhaa City i and-. Country Bicfehaia&!.: j1; -- --.j piv, :i
of ofthe -
thfe requirement charter will IUce
,an election OTfvc
French ,
U. St.sner 1d.rbi1t e ,-oo Monday the Sd day of December next, (beoilowiny tale place at tto.bfflo* of the in'TalUhutee,' Are respectfully invitedto: giVenoe a call before par- I .' *$**n4'Cap

snatL.w --i ,-- thIt wea.; iT.. & / peal..*Ut* sitaatejiag; tad'; beiop rh# Btl'Uie first fohday in"peccnjbor'cotopiaj for trustee for -ALsO; : chasing: elsewhere J* *- 'r.a.,JTy = : ;S black Wool HaU.vlYipeeaDrab < 2 I t
Schr. Fte.t W Oouotr of Leon and state of Florida; to wit: Tbe-S Iof "1' "= -- ". *, '7 40 ai.Rt .. ; La.AllRtielee tOMHt&cttMM'ffecQ'tov' very : Eflwrt

A1&I 11 hu1lt. d-, -(.S uutd jj ,),byis- fr i J !& tbe S'E f HIM S-k3pftb N E ; 'aod-tbe KB J Jof t1nsfllngyeLr.N41t. 1855. 44 '. *' t % -' beatmataruU.and wa rJBrt 4d rabl4>No other artidf BlacJr/Cae ; cuT1

JTE 4 of See.1, and utr cm of tbe W' f of the 'I ,tt ilL For aale b>, ? ," '1 'flBEEt. >iUiUoffer dferfck.: '? ,- t. ; J u i ,'Gqat* superior Uol. i4 r:1c :;0

,, .- 8 W 4 Soctigo 8, all iB-Townkblp two, Range two, .- ywo <. !* "< October, 1855. b ::4z : '-..;' ctuk vi8Ur, Cfl\i\ oa ,42 > .c ...siV L' F : t..1'a'
Oct. !L 8clr B.Peui KorthandlEat; Tttioi'CeA, > ri r : :. : 14tJ5qiol'
: ; .t. a"sii
t Or1eau LL having ilaim [ ; att
27. Bark A and.Demands against
11fl. JOES'CEOMABTIEAdmV.'i persons I BrI1Wi I. tsthe1.13 1%
dersoo & CO.Jev.'Yorkjii Au. ; 'Not.ab.z.2.1UL- .44. -. ___.the estate of George W.i .deceased, late 1 OOFPIN-PtINOiE- I .M-'fl1.c& .4iI-dir4--
10 jj b jij ofOadsdea Connt we her'ebV.jj6tified to present -1 CASK 1850 perfect! cure for Grey Bead*, S 3; ',3YI black LtL1Z.- -
: : bile T. '
; rcsAJ wool, 1unafr i them 1o didy auth.hti Jciuj"i
""'' I k Cb.iIeat a'v.I4: i.i1 ls' 54 si f Drip wool cat; ?ttwr .
COftAQE cated,-within be lime prescribed latr, or this notice : r5biziabrri MJerhte'aii'd IfaUga iHflif. uhsc tp .
A BqiLTiXLTRG ROUSE I'J A' t "i ode1ri
& bupJeadedin&Mrof'lbetr very;and all .. icpEi
,, io; U.S.. zAi "water' 'perfon*'ipiaUedto aaidc, tot afert nected to make ;( Jl BaikeU[ ..: 'flfl ad Met c
tfepfrtfii: firft fcuwiTS 'ofTbbmi ( I
attaofaed 1I '4- I t4 with theg itIe.tl1hed b id"A1Eu
g QOJAsortedsezarsL ; ,
ward :Esj. For infowiatiw ; ttqrfrt of-' & jjtu utiuwsditelyr as '' t ad i,. t. Linoon M wW-Ootatyji .ft'E.'Driil
olfe, < a
2bl K.-ALLIBOK'Adin'r
t .' -"! f ,
., .' p ..' ( Quoey1Yla. .tfr Zs.i.' 17 -cyU'!
.. p poNmbe vmber 3, 1855. 8w-4i t ., -jfc. Ct 13. 1& 4.1
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f_ -- es G .a i Iand Sales. THE GREATEST *! H T D& Plan.Lottery Andrew Female ,College ,Davidor.Hebrew Plafct .

t .. 9.9 of paJ i..tlt. bid.. .
-" ign will offer for aaTej; at the times and places entire Scholastic year Hb!I. Institution by Hip. Bark. IlmLa.
Wo.u1s&ndR.taflDeaIer1n ffIIfJt herein designated l. upwards of a million acres of land PROFESSOR WOOD offers for sale a perfect hnir THE recolutioo of the Faculty and Trustees:has Joints; Scrofula. King' E"it Wbit. 8.tHing

AID besides' lots in the City of Apulucbicola! and in the ,It will in a abort time restore the been thrown into rue-Term.:eommeocis 'o the Tlrrf Tumors StiJointsod all dud paioe;bat' u.
t ; Town of Newport, Florida the r-roperty of the "AP- hair which bus become grey permanently to us original Monday in Stptrwtbtr and eloaiag on OoncxncxxcrrDAT Where this= n1at .
It 2t ALAOHtCOLA LAND COMPANY;" vii: Such color-brings it out where it is gone and arrests MACON, GEORGIA. -thuTsday after the Fourth Sabbath ia Juo*. It baa heft tpU.f .('" ..

t JUST RtCJEVPO frem Xew York a foO rapply portione of said lands aa lie in the Counties of Leon it where it falling off cleans the head of the dandruffand LOTTERY is conducted ofi theplan of the Pain d'.W. &a I I '1f1 I.S.meeL. .

I..:' Dross ? tfediAoee, P.iDta Oth, Windowgk Wakulla and Gadadra. will be offered in Tallahassee itching removes all cutaneous erupUens. and renders THIS Lottery of Havau i,of single numbcr-nuid FAO.ULTY.AooOTToa Lameness; Aff. ti n of th.

; *Putty, 44 on the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER next; the scalp perfectly healthy by restoring the sec drawn at Concert Rail Macon Oa. under the sworn Az.nxx. A. M, Preaideot-Prefeeeor of

,. t aad tha Aart which lies in Franklin County will be retive organs to their original vigor nod strength end of Cot 0 M Ltyou.and Ja*.A.Nis. English Literature and Ancient Language ''-- :a.-'L._
. ) tj o : nutriment end to it. IL Professor of Mental t *tifie*that by Jfa CM I11at"
at A.
offereo Analachicola* on the FIRST JHOND iY IN thus supply coloring matter Sib ReT... H.CALII1nu. .
bet Grand Scheme for November 1855
Firr ,
firm ,
4: tOO cm. BdTpL Qubkts, JANUARY.186&. These lands lie on ft e Gulf Coast It does net color the hair but is, in short a perfect Enq. and Moral Philosophy. matiam So bo* ofbla.ct.,1atI
When Prizes toCLASS
Ibs. amounting abMITbe
j :4 ItOQ Otsutd4.Bpsom Suits extend from the St. Marks to the Apalachicela River, Hair invigorator and Tonic. Rev. C.X Foairrea A. M, Professor of Mathematics I foliowio waaL ed..z.. .
.2Q and include the Islands on said coast To the young. who so much admire the beautiful $50,000 and Natural Science. sicisob Georgia: Jbi T.1.
f t
1 *, Gail- OuwOiJ.fo.- 1. Tbe terms will* on>tUnl cash, the remainder lock and ringlet,be feels thAt he will be pardoned Miss ARM E. A LOIN, Principal of Primaiy'Department Soo1ZL Ii xaa....<3 kvtu 1\

900 too M Lamp b equal instalments of one and two years, with Inter. he offers the advice suggested by long study and extensive I G. ;and Instructress in Botany and French: ing your Lrrenrort tad Tar H, _** *intensively

M Lisiseed Neatefod- eat from day of sale. observations; it is to discard all cologne and Will be diitributed a*follow:-Capital*. B. R. Liowoeu, Principal of Musical Department In my practice for three. :1 kt

; c, ,00.al toO ," lUkd.M For property purchased at these sales the scrip ofthe stimulating oils for the hair, and keep always upon the 1 Prize of. . .$12.000 Prize of. .. .f 6,000 Miss E.LrviNisA Assistant Teacher in Music. with pleasure that I stats my blDtfii'Wi'

i Kef* H*. 1. White Lead Apalachicola Land Company, owned by Stock- toilet a botte of the restorative frr occasional use, 1" .. 3.0001 .. 2,000 Mrs. L. E. GRATT, and Mrs. fc. T. CALBWTLI, Ornamental it1 OTD ALL onu.'U 1CU1.fh.Uda.J

H 50 Extra. I. holdei or their assignees, will be received in paymentat and we can safely predict,that henceforth. silver] locks I 1" .. .5 J,600 1" . .. 1.200 Brancbe .,. ouainted for the purpose for flip b
its relative valtre.! and bald heads will be unknown: for although the to the Public advantage they are recommended The Htlli. 911III
4 *0 Fare ; 1" .. 11.005 .. .. 1,000 This Institution now preient "
"' ; '9 Zinc Paint, JOHN BEArtD Receiver, At, tc. rose may blossom upon the downy cheek-the dark 10- . .. 40010" . 150 which few posses. A large and elegantly con- ally] i i. an nrrvnaAt AJUCXA (or Jo.aJ j T? rr

t IWO Iba Fire Proof Paint July 14,1855 tf-28 eye be ever so piercing and the teeth those of pearl, 12" .. 12020" .. .. 100 structed College edifice; one of the largest chapel in also found i it a moat excellent iDoBamti .b* !

100 Bexet WioJow Glass assorted size. A.largewtaent ur The Sales above mentioned are postponed until still if the natural fluids be withheld from the hair 60 . 60268 of .. 25 the State; all necessary outbuildings and enclosures; and ru k,. It gives univemlKnoxville. P'IiII
e of Pa Qttf'.lD&teri&1a-Bru.b : further notice. and in consequence it becomes first dead and harsh, 23 Approximation Prices: 01 860 I a Boarding Department fitted up in the most neat and used. ,&&anm .
D.AMWA *. *** The Florida Sentinel Wakulla Times and the then grey or falls off nature will be robbed of more I comfortable style, under the superintepdance of the Ga,March 4th.I84J. f n
Apalachicola Commercial Advertiser will publish till : than half its earTh; ansi] although it is a sovereign 481 Prizes amounting to 50000. Only 10,000 Teachers themselves; with the domestic department Iff Beware of Ctrooterftftart; )
Ray M 1835. tl numbers. Prize drawn each drawing and
) notified to disc.otioue. I remedy for those who are gray as well as those who Every at under the careful direction of ladies of experience- The genuine will ftture hat.Ibf
still all the propriety of making only paid when flue] in full, without deduction. Orders of Instruction TATLOB. on the steel plate ,.0 L
State of Florida. are bald. see added to all the facilities for a thorough course enera'.
; Savannah Medical College. such an application to the hair and scalp M is calculated ftrictly,confidential, brawinga.ent to orders. Registered which any similar Institution can offer. II the top of each box. &II'W GG
1I BIWATOBIAL ELEQT101A letters at my risk. Bill on all solvent Banksat L .L..
Third to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy etata will be reference to our uaiajogue, inti our Pnrehaaen are advised tbat a mUll f
Comse' of Lectures in this Institution seen by .. ,. . .JImftt-c./. ,
THE commence the first Monday in Novembernext. From the Editor of the Real Eit&te Advertiser 27 Whole pnf. Tickets rates both of Board and Tuition are less than can be this article u to existence. -- ".
$8 Halves M Quarters f 2.
School-Street. ; ; found elsewhere. Thin fact in these time nf pecuniary The genuine U sold -t_ Address JAMES F. WINTER those haying through- the QU a ta ap.
is worthy the consideration of pointed .
The Clinical Lectures in Medicine Surgery, atthe BOSTON, March 20,154. Manager,Macon, Go. pressure, we A'
VACANCY occurred in the office of Savanaah ill to educate. LOWXD TO SILL IT. Dealer and i 6
and the daughters
bating Hospital College Clinique w October 20 1855. purebalfTIl'amn
'rt'f.Wood!: Dear Sir-lIa-ing become prematurely 42
.- B uitAr, in the fifteenth Senatorial District bye commence the 15th October and continue duringthe I induced weeks aince. to ,Tbe Boarding Department will be under tbe direction are cautkned agabstbuyingef'anybut ow"ff'l!
; tK of Hoo. David Provence election quite gray, was some of President Alden and lady and of Prof.Caldwell agents otherwise they will be imposed,
resignation an course. make trial <>f hair restorative. I have used less Andrew S.Garr, et a!. )) Leon Circuit. In Cban- tl Q wi (
ji4 te supply the tame, U hereby ordered to be beld in FACULTY: than two bottles your, but the gray hairs have all dieap- t*. > cery. and lady. With spacious and comfortable dormitories worthless article. ''SCOVIL A'!fAD., "

i tbe several eouaties of laid District on Monday the Theory aid Practice uf Medicine-U. D. ARNOLD peared and although my hair has not fully attained Lewis Curtis, ;
fifth day November proximo. The returni of the M. D. its original color, yet tbe of chnnge is gradually IT appearing to the Court by affidavit made 'In this fumituie good and experienced servants and table. Sole Agents for the Southern States, to .whom'*!.

?* : aid election will be made M the manner prescribed Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and ChildrenP. : gang; un, arid I have gloat process hopes that in a short time that the follow ing named defendants in the furnished with the best the market affords; togetherwith orders and application for. Ageneie must b* addrsssed. -

t tt :. bylaw. M. KOI.LOCB: Y.I D. hair will be ns dark as formeily.. I have also been above case reside out of the State of Florida and out a wholesome yet parental discipline we hope to .
.1 JQ Testimony; whereof I hare hereto set my hand Principles Practice of Surgery-W.G.Bctt-ocn, mucli my gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of of the Middle Circuit of Florida, and in the places increase the liberal patronage with which the College t5'Porssi. at all the Drojc Stores in TaOaiassltaud
: aad caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the M.D. tbe hair which before xvns harsh nnd dry and it Las hereinafter designated viz: Richard H.Ogden AbelT baa hitherto been favored. at one Agency 4o every Town 1 b the Booth '

.: Slate of FIorM&:- Don. at the Capitol in Tallahassee Medical Cbemis'ry' -0. W. Wrsr. M. D. ceased to come out as f.wmerly.Respectfully Anderson, and Stephen Cambreleng,who reside in the F. X. FORSTER, August 18,1855. S3 Cm

.t this Oth day of October., A. D. 1856. Instittifeon of Medicine-E H. MARTIN, M. D. yours D. C. M. RUFF. I State of New York ; Charles Black who resides in the Secretary of Faculty. .

JAMB3 E. BROOME. Anatomy-T. G. HOWARD M D. State of Louisiana ; Charlotte E.Geddes, George F. August 11, 865. S2-Uanl FEMAIE; COMP INTS.
CHICAGO, May I, 5.-I have used Piof. W oud's I ? 4.
GOor /J 1ur, Matena Medica and Medical Jurisprudence. D.I Hair Rorati'e to a decided advantage. It prevents Geddes, Eiic. William Leslie Mary Margaret Leslie, i. Contractors. The best Female Medicine Knov'nVrPHIS
Notice to
;4 t'lI 1S yt4GJYerIor-Attt: READ M. D.Dvionstrator. Charlotte Gumming Leslie Eleanor Sinclair Leslie
the hair from coining out, gives it a gloss and eoftne Extract of Yellow Dock and
;_ t .. :F. VlLLKPieVB, of An ttoinv-Jos. J. WEST M. D. "s very dC.imLJe. The few gray hairal had b.i\e Janet Leslie or Dunhar Mary Leslie or Cameron, OFFICE OF STAn Exoisxn, BCKKAYISTA 1OBASOK J. positive speedy. and permanent SanapariUa ear faa

o 'f !., Secretory of Slat t.CMoberl. Fees for the entire Course . .$105 00 entirely-disappeared. Oth complaints incident to FEMALES. "* tora11 I 'It
1851. 40 Matriculation Ticket..5 00 William Leslie Imbnch Helen dimming Imbach and AUGCST 20TH 1855. )
it,aud concur "itb me in pronouncing all it professes Its wild alterative properties render itappb'cable '
;1.i J :rIrl ia the Senatorial District copy. Ample facilities will be funiahed for the study of to be. hENRY A. CLARK, Mi.higau Acuue: Margaret St.Clair Black, who reside in Europe; and PROPOSALS will be received at tbi to the lender and delicate CGaI4i.o llWijtly.,
Practical Anatomy. Board can be had at from $-1 toe Walker Anderson, who resides in the Western Circuitof SEALED 20th of 1856 for
the con
i day August tbe female. It is unrivaled in it* effect upon apta
:; t' Stali of Florida. week. For further to Florida.
per particulars apply PBOF WOOD* ORIENTAL SEXATIVE LlS;IE:T. structing a Canal with its necessary appendages I diseases as Incipient Conenrnp Barrenaesa lira,
.. C. W WEST, M. D, Dean. It is ordered that saul defendants do appear and such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks, Basins, to, from corrfaoa WhiUs, 'Menstruation. *
valuable Irregular
A__ A.. A.. This Liniment is a auxiliary! t to the treatment answer the bill of complaint filed in this or Ibeonff
\.J.d : -AlgulI u' IbOL m-: of some of tbe most formidable disease with to say tIle said above named defendants case who that reside is Lake. Homey. .. on the..St._Johns._ _to,Indian.. River. L a distance d neoce of Urine, and general Prostration of the..
.. -- which it is our lot to contend; fur instance: Suflnma- out this State but in the United or thirteen miles .41"leet ; autnonzea oyine It immediately counteracts that distressing
Hides and Bees-wax. States within four
,;;, olenration James & Brome tion of the lunge and bowels. By a thorough and con- months from tbe of this order General Assembly of the State of Florida at ita see- ness and lassitude so common to the ferns ,
by THE subseribers will pay the highest market price tiuued application of this Liniment over the regions of above named publication ho reside in ; the defendants sion of 1854-5 by An Act entitled An Act to providefor and imparts an energy and buoyancy as surprising sa

.. 1 eO\.Koa or THE STATE AFORESAID. Dry Hides and Ikes wax. in rash or in ex the affected organ the otherwise formidable dwenses nine months from the publication TV of this Europe order within and and encourage a Liberal System of Internal Improvements they are grateful We have evidence on fiJ..1tb)6':

; Jk VAdNCY Jianng occurred in the office of As- change for good. G. 4 J MEGINNISS.. are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, the defendant who resides in ibo Western Circuit in this State. induces ns strongly to reoommeod this medicine
-/V. September 29, 15. 3981Epicure children, and thousands of mothers Proposals will specify the amount for which the married people wbo bare not been blessed wit
I 1. sodate Justice of the Supreme Court by the particularly among within two month provided l that publication of thin .**!
; mode and in which k
work will be the
death of the Hon.Thomas election to were they allow cd to speak, would with all the done manner spring. ,
t I Douglas, an supply order be made once a week for the time above limited
look Out. be whether in lands .
I I the same is hereby ordered to be held in the several eloquence of feeling amt affection, bear their united for the of the defendants above named payments are to made or moneys.or Protaptvt Uteri; or falling of the Worn,'
;. 1*? counties throughout the State on Monday the : The Niceties of Life. testimony to the fact that it has snatched their children who reside in the United States, and once a month for. be portions at this of each.office Maps and Profiles information and estimates obtained can yean standing, nirrd 4y V,. GvyHfi Elrtfl'.i''

:. Third day December proximo. received per Asa, Green Peas from the very jaws of death fWd restored them tbe period above limited for the appearance of the. seen the any at Mill Post Office by Yellow Dod and Sqrtaporill, cfter every A IMr.
: The JudgM of Probat b the several counties will JUST. | M Oysters, to their former health and beauty. Again it will be defendants above named who reside in Europe. addressing undersigned "Orange known rtmtdy had born tried wilMvt rtllrf.
River Florida. will also
I i?t take due notice hereof and conduct said Election and Natural Pres'd Peaehes, Asparagus, found a powerful auxiliary in removing what i il' gener. AT CnAMJ-BEUH. be ,received St.John's for Rail Proposals Road the VfMsnmov, O, Feb. 1848.'
I. make returns of the same ta the office of the Secreta- a. i Peaches ally known as an Ague Cake. or an enlargement of constructing a over -
Quinces, Brandy J. WAYLES BAKER,
Judge. F. L. DANCY, This certifies that ., aged
twenty sens
the in all where the external same ground. my
of State hi the manner prescribed by law for t toe fc spleenindeed cases application Mardi
If' Pine Apples, Pears, 10. 1855. 4m 1m Nov. 4 10
.- ;'t.. eetioa.of member to Congre s. Plums :: i. of service this Liniment will be found useful State Engineer State of Florida.August years, baa been suffering under the above complaint
Plums 81. 1855. 35-ly for five Nearly all of that time confined to bar
In witntkS whereof I have here'o set my band t and Cherries Durham it French Mustard, New Establishment in Tallahassee. --- -,_ _ bed. I years.hare for four constantly employed fhe

.' :. anted to be affixed the Grent Seal of the State : Currant Syrup. ,Cayenne Pepper, PROF. WOOD'S VEGETABLE MAGIL LIFE FILL?. 1 Subscribers would 7/t Chancnyfor Qadtden Comity. Oct.TermIS5S. best medical talent that yean could.be procured in this sesV

of Florida' : Done *t the Capitol in Tallahassee West India Prcaem-s, .:Currie Powder. D1.16SJULD.Ma)' 8063. Prof. O.J. Wooi>:-Dear THE announce to the citizens respect of Samuel B. Love and James Bruce tion of the cottntry,'without any benefit wbafarers r

I Mti dsy of Sept. A. D,1855. Capers Fines, Millers Epicurean Sauce, Sir:-As we have used and seen used for a number Tallahassee Florida. and the adjoining Administrators of Wm.Forbes,et al, ( Bill for have also purchased every instrument recommended

a l'l JAME3BROOME.)7orida.ZL Capercin, Extracts assorted of years, your Vegitable Magic life Tills, we are pre- Counties of Georgia, that they have opened a VI. }Partition. for the core of such diseases, all of which prorei.. .
"t Qovcrrfor of .
Nonpareils, Pepper Sauce pared to.recommend them to the public superior CLOCK AND WATCH Shop on Monroe Street Robert C. Lester. worthless.

1 G Ternor-Attest: Yeast Powders, : Peppermint, to all others, and infallible in tbe cure of the diseases two doors below McDougoll's[ Book Store where they virtue of a Decree rendered in said case, on In the spring of 1848,1 was induced by my friends
F.!. ViurriorK of
b > Cans Tomntoes !Catsup, for which the/ are recommended: will! ready at all times to do every description of : BY 4th of October. 1855 the undersigned to try Dr.Guyoott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla
...It r Seertta'iy of State. String Btans, j Preserved Oing r. B. B. Leach. A. B. FetUs,B. I). Albro P.Jacobs, work in their line. Chronometer Duplex Patent Lever Commissioners will proceed to sell on the fi st Mondayin which was cued for four months. After the bad said .

a --October- 6, 1855. 40'f' Green Corn i! Orin Buzzel Spencer Suasell, Edward Gilber. John ,Cylinder end common Vertical Watches repairedat November next, before the Court House door in the it for about four weeks it was evident to all of us that

; partnership Notice. For sale at the Grocery Emporium. Albro. Lucien B.Sweet, Elias R. Sweet John Hacn- the shortest notice; also jobs and Clocks of every Town of Quincy, at public outcry, to tbe highest bidders she was'improving and (rom this time she improved

'f'i R. H. BERRY. raft, Nathaniel Gilmore James H.Pine, Win. Johnson, description. By strict attention to business, they are the following described lands, lying in the County rapidly, and gained flesh and strength until the'disease
I f T nE enderkicned have this day formed a art. October IS. 1855. 41 Johnson Williams G. Lawson, C. Farrur, D. Landers. determined "that none tfiall go away distatitjird." of Gadsden, adjoining the town of Quincy, to-wit: was entirely removed and she i i. now enjoing'

.. ctrship under the name and style of BROOME Paor.. ."oOD-Dear.. Sir:Having, used.. and experience N.,B. Good work Horse and Buggy for sale at 6 The South-east i- of Section 8; East, \ of North-west most excellent health. WM. MONTFORT.. -
of 'n T"I
A SHINE:for the transacting a generalMercantile .
.' purpose Notice. J we elieeu 01 your vegetable Alagie Liie mouth credit \ of Section 8 ; South-west\ of Section 8; North east We. being neighbors of Wm. and Julia Moatfcrt.
so business at the lat stand of J. P. Brace- months after date the undersigned Executor of I PiHs in my family, I will say that aa a family' med. J C. HALL & CO. 4 of Section 7 ; South-east Jot Section 1; all in township know that the above statement as to the sickness *f.

t >.*11 A C. We feel ofident that as Merchants we SIX Estate of John S.Shepard. late of Leon County icine they cannot be valued too highly.. I have used March 24. 1855. tf 12 2,North tf Range 3, West containing about 120 Mrs.Montibrt.and as to the cure beingenWUd by

.: will net fail in, renderiug and perfect satisfaction deceased, will present hi: accounts and vouchers them in several bilious attaska and infl.imations, andI Acres. "Guysotfs Yellow Dock and Sar.aparilla.-tobettrid-
;. to those wbo may be land enough to extend to ns will sav that their virtues cannot be too highly Ollllcr& III.LJ. ly true, JANE EDDY.
to the Judge of Probate for said County,and asked to ap- Ttrnu of Sale One third in cash, and the remainder
',, their patroDag. be discharged. prcoiattxl (lor in overy rnaA they haVP gpppdlly triumphed DI"q; .nl,,r".I B POW Bonnet. in two equal annual instalments thereafter to be SARAH POWZRS.BCOV1LAMKJLD. .
1 Our stock will be new and large,consisting of every- ROBERT GAMBLE, over disease, and hence I ft.el in duty boundto Ladies colored straw trimmed Bonnets, secured by the bond of the purchaser bearing eight .

: ; tiling csually kept in the Grocery Staple Dry Good. Executor. recommend them to all. They operate perfectly pJain" a per cent. interest from the day of sole with a mortgage Ill Chartres Stre New Orleaaa,

I Boot and'Shoe, Hat and Cap lines. All of our good. September 29, 18\5. 89 CRay, producing no uneasy sensation, vet their opera black upon the premises purchased. Sole General Agents far the Southern States, to
ws/vlll 4ipose of on as reasonable terms as any other tion id thorough; and I am satisfied tLat nothing more white satin and silk HENRY H. BROWN, whom an orders must invariably be addressed.SP ..

; .i 4 Hens* in the city, for Cash or for the Produce cf the I I iu mobt rue, is necessary than these valuable pills Ll3ck" (extra size) [SIOXID.] JOHN W. COW ART, [ For sale at all (be DrugStores ia Tallabaassc,

.f ":. .: eona'J. JOHN F. BROOME, WM. M. LAWTON & CO., to perform a speedy and triumphant cure. Children and Muses straw WM. J. ATWATER, and at one Agency in every Town ia the SouiX ;

I.1 R. A.SRINL Jr. Respectfully Yours. frc.. o. 00 Hat*. Commissioners. August 18. ]866. S3 6m *

.tember U ((22.) 185'6'._S8_ 8EA INLAND COTTON FACTORS, J. B. SANGER. For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. October 6, 1855. 40-tds -

; ; Notice. No. 13 Southern Wharf, 0. J. WOOD A CO., October 13, 1855. 41 Butter, Cheese, &c.

OX). fcx loston, So. Oct.WM Proprietors, 695 Broadway, )ew York. Leon County Iron Works, KEGS ben Butter
npHEflrm-orT,H.Crichlow & Brotbm Las been 114 Market Street, St. Louis.D. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO 10 40 Kit1l" .
JL 4stolred! the death of tb'ff'st-nicr and _, M. LAWTOH, R. WAiswaicHT BACOT, Tallahassee FIlL TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
by partner H. Ames Agent, undersigned, Agent of the above Company. 50 Boxes English Dairy Cheese
; the business b continued at the old stand by Crichlow, JOSEPH T. DILL Wixsoax L.&wro"E. February 101855. 6 receixe applications for and make insurance THIS Establishment is now in full operation. All For sale by R. EL BERET. ,
Fisher& who have the stock August 11,1855. 4m-S2 will be attended to with and .
Co. bought remaining against l loss by Fire, on Brick and Frame Buildings promptness October 20, 18K. 4t -
I bclonrinr to the late firm. All persons indebted to JOHN W. EVANS, Furniture Merchandize, &.. all work done with neatness and dispatch.All I,

0 the old firm are requested to call and settle with either Notice. ATTORNEY AT LAW, January 29. 1853 4 B C. LF.WIS. kinds of work such as Steam Work,Mill Work,
:! of the surviving partners' they are desirous of SIX MONTHS after date the undesigned admin- BAlMUHIMiK, OF.O Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery,

losing up. u spe edily as possible the old business. of the estate of H. B. Bradford. deceased prompt attention to all business en DR. LEWIS, Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Brass For St.Marks Sew Port and Cedar KeyiPl*.

J.; ETA J. N:CRICHLOW.' late of Leon County will exhibit his final account WILL give to his care, in the Counties of Thomas RESIDLNT DENTIST, Castings :.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size kept J&fc will continue rnnoJaf rstfvlarly"

r ___!.pt.tb.Tt,18b_ _* SB_" and vouchers to the Jlon. Judge of Probate of Leon Decatur Baker Daugberty, Calboun, Early and Clay. TALLAHASSEE, FLA.Is constantly on band. All work done 'in such establish- & &VESSELS St.Marks Nsw Port and 0..Y" .

I" 4 -OareL. County. and ask to be discharged. February 17, 1855. 7 ment will be done by us, with a particular regard to Florida, and Charleston dnriof the. wiaUr fsr
Vfcl .* EDWARD BRADFORD, Administrator. _t now inserting Artificial Teeth on the the strength and dui ability of the work. the special benefit of the boames ftieode of the lubcribtr. .-
April H, 1865. 15 em. LONG & GALBRAITH, new and improved principle with Competent Workmen always readiness to put up WILLIAM M.TUFtfO.'
Mrs. L. Ball _: _
f; Mary continuous from one side to the
gums Engines.&c.
LAW FLA. Charleston October 6, 1611. 40-tt
r' her services to tbe Ladies of Tallahassee Manufactured Tobacco.I A"TOREY AT T.ULAII88EE. other without seam or crack leaving no place for the Terms will be liberal and all work done strictly for

;it OFFERS to make and tiirn Bonnets and Fan- SHALL rereive some 400 Boxes of various brands MA. LONG A J. B. GALBRAITH have associ- lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly cash, or accepted orders on some business firm b this Notice.
themselves in the practice of Law. They life like and restoring the original contour of tbe face, for old Iron Copper and
ey Head Dfessss,and solicits a liberal share of their Mullens" Manufactured Tobacco on consignment place. Liberal prices paid to Jail In Uootieella Jefferson
will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme .o as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls Brass. BROUGHT Coutyv
patteaage.: again this season, 100 Boxes now on the way ouL- Courts and the District Courts of the United in Middlo Florida for Full SettA. Those wishing Full be addressed (post paid) to the 20th of August a negro nua
All letters must
1855. IS2mAdmtnlstFator'
September. Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and it named LEWIS, dark complexion, fivr f.t co* '
States at Tallahassee. information letter. SHINE Tallahassee Fla.Iarch
obtain all M. .
t; will be sold lower than same quality can be laid down Setts can necessary by J. high and says that h. belong -LaJa.ue
Notice. Office oppoeiuthe Court House. He will warrant, in evei instance satisfaction, and 1854. 10 .
y } II,
for from usual markets and Cottle of Madison Flanear BowaoaM.an.
I :. persons having demands againt the Estate of on time to good par October 28. 18M. ly prices to suit the times. Terms Cosh, or when called 'V.-. nuL.County.1 I'_._. _____
A.Lt ties. DANIEL LADD. i ne- owner is 10 come UTa
requested torwaro
lil. M. Hatris late of Gadsden deceased BrlOKA W'S.
County, for. P. B. < '
4 4 1855. 31 charges and take him cr be will M
Newport, August MITCHELL & STEWART erty pay away
will take notice that they must preeeut them June 24. 1854. 25 '
dealt with the law
S to the undersigned, duly autberttccsted withta the time LIVERY AnD SiLE STiBLES as direeta.JOEL
0' prescribed: by law?or thh'notice Tflll bferplead1 ;n bar alCBARD- "J.r.r"T._EJEcnrrr..r -CHARLES, '.w.".DOWKIXOBIRCHETT ",'' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, DR. R. N. GARDNER, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. Sheriff of WALKED .
4 I5 ef their and all indebted said & DOWNING his services to the citizens .Je11'.l'Io81111
to estate FLORIDA professional
1* recovery;, persons JASPER, HAMILTON COUNTY, OFFERS --p.- September 15 1855. S7-4I
I: are hereby notr&ed* lo make immediate paymentto ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS practice in all the Courts of the Middle and surrounding country. Officeat THE Proprietor would in- .
the undesigned. M. M. HARRIS Adm'x WILL r' tbe Parsonage i rmhisMendsandthepubli
in Columbia and Alacbua in the Eastern Hides
; NO. 490 Seventh Street
0.tober6.1855. 40-8.- Circuit and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia.Ma.c24,185. September 2\, 1855. 89 that he boa rebuilt his, _
in for which s4
': WASHINGTON CITY. Brick Stables, at tbe old stand, and u now WANTED any quantity thhIgb.
tf 12 large
It.. For Charleston __ Hides Wanted. price will be paid in easb or greeerieX
('X TILL practice Before the Court of Claims, and --- prepared to accommodate his friends and customers.He
,: tZ WM.-TtrNN01SLlKB. t't' prosecute claims before Congress and the several A. PERRY AMAKER, K/\AA BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the also has attached to his Stables,a good Black BROOKE t HEIR.

,.. Packet Brig Times," shortly expeo- Departments. Ol/UU highest price will be paid. Also Deer smith Shop where he will have have done all kinds of September U5, 1855. ll .

j 1 : _1TR___ ; to arrive. Will sail early in Nov cmI July 28, 1855. 80 &TT8B53BY AT LAW, and Otter skins. DAVID WILSON. :I Plantation work Horse shoeing and Carriage work in 1

I ber. For Freight at Passage, at lytoMcNAUOIT T TALLAHASSEE FLA. Tallahassee, September 29,1855. 89 the very best manner and with promptness and dis Most Approved Corn .M1U fa tse. .

t & ORMOND. R. H. BERRY May 21, 1853. 20 patch.November. OF the most approved LANIER COD, I

:.: i Newport October 18,1855. 41 Notice. 5. 1&53. 44 100 MILLS for sale by the Suben"ber..'TheM
_ _ _ _ D. P. HOLLAND
demands claims the
i Auctioneer and Commission having or against Mills have been for some time in use through this region
ia Just Received.' ME1VCHANT.TALLADASSK ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, PERSONS McGill deceased,late of Gadsden Wines, Syrups, &c. and lower part of Georgia/and gits' perfect satisfaction

W': Per. Wm.; R Prllu from New Orleans : qui nty. Florida, County are hereby notified to present,them properly OLD Otard Brandy. Worcestershire Sauce. ,grinding with ea..O bushels nd thesis*,
Fla,.Sept 29, 1855. 89 authenticated, to the undersigned administrator with Port Fresh Lobster i io the day withies* than thtfxvdioar/.gsi.powerap-
O. RA-YGES Lemons Pine Apples, Guava and WILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir in the time required by law or this notice will be pleadin Madeira, Shad plied tu it. The maker furnishes a hao4 Jo put i4j n..
Currant Pears Sardines Pickled S. S. KNId-fiT: aud 1 of Jackson and Frauklui Counties.
I Jellies'Franea, bar of their recovery ; and all those indebted are Sherry, Clams and every one warranted to.give perfect satisAeissv
1 Oysters, Brsbdy Peaches. Preserved Lemons AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT October, 1852. .. 42 tf '.nn..t..d. to make oavment immediately._ London Porter Hallibut, Call and examine then at LADDT5.
Oranges Pine Apples and Ginger Green Gage Mar- 1'U'T. B. H U DN ALL. Administrator. "I Scotch Ale, Sardine*. April 21,1856. ,18 .
i malade Lemon Syrop.. Raspberry do. Strawberry TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. .1 WILLIAM SCOTT, September 15, 1855. 378wBlackamithing. Brandy Peaches Tomato Ketchup

L. !4s c't Pifae Fresh Apple Salmon do,, and Lobster Ginger Haddock do, Raspberry Hallibut Yin-and September 1, 1865, 05 TOY! A TMONTICELLO LAW g I Brandy Guava Jelly Chertios Spices WalDut" I Carriages,. Bnggieat HanaeM. I II

p i Assorted Piekles Scotch Ale and Porter.9O For sale. FLA. Currant do.Preserved Pickle,. I For Sale by.:P. Brok&wv ,

: , Havana Cigars X A A SACKS SALT, b first rate order by July 30, 1853. 80 11 jan A TTACHED Blacksmith to my Livery Quinces, Raspberry Syrup rpHE Subecri1.just rtcwvrfaJL !

s D. H. AMB8.Jfly OUU S. S. KNIGHT. .L-1. Stable is a Shop I Pears Strawberry M very la/ge supply .f4.0arr
Class Oils .White Lead &c. iu which all kinds of work appertaining .
Harness which he.stfsn'
; M, 18"S1 September 1,1855. 85 ; ? that business is done in good style at short i Ginger, Lemon .Buggies, and .
BOXES Window Glass, assorted sizes, 100 to Sparkling Gelatine Ginger for sale OQ the most reasonable term '
?. Hardware ,CutlerTi Guna Nails Notice. 100 notice, and on as reasonable terms as at any other Extracts Pine Apple] November 18,1854.; 41' : .
4 Kegs White Lead .pure; extra & No. 1. such as Turn Flavoring :
.; shop m the city. Farming implements Salad Oil, ." iVMv B M P B Mk MMi M 1* 1 *
Stc. barrels Linseed Oil Olives
Shovels bought out the interest of B. F.Byrd, in 8 Heel Pins Spanish
Rods, devices Tap .I
:. mHz Subscribers invite the attention of Merchants HANING business at Centreville also all 5 a Lard Oil, Ploughs and, Iron Wedges, kept ready made and con- English Mustard Capers DR., MILES. '...- .BASI.. : ,

JL visiting New York to their stock of goods embracing the accounts and notes due the late firm of Byrd and 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Rings band. This will afford farmers an opportunity Claret, Sparkling Cider, onus .is raonsaioRAL snvicxaTOTUK uiuon- rOFFICE .

; a complete variety b tbe above tine particularly Comb, we respectfully solicit continuance of thepatronage 20 packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and $ tJ1 ls.) stautly to OB supply themselves without being delayed. Tobacco. Old Fort Juice T.u.uU.IID..urD OC11IJU."VJlraI"f.f. .

adapted to the Sou1hera'trade, which. they areprepared heretofore so liberally awarded to the late 2 barrels Train Oil, 1 bbL Oopal Varnish P. B. BROKAW. Havana Scgars, D. U A1dts.. ; I
: tb aelt__ prieea 'forOasb orapprored Spirits Turpentine in barrels and at retailD. November 11, 18515 45' i **
2 &T $,f I
firm.We January 18, 1855 with,Dr.U.Haabuu, > *&H
Ore STOW A SMART, are determined to sell our geod. as low as theycanbepirclsediftT&ItiJ'ass.e H. AMES. : .; "

128 Pearl ;and mTatoStN; w Y<*k. Thomasville, or any November. 1854. 45 AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT Copartnership Notice. ,1Iay'19'1866. 'e . .
I. 2 g, 1S55. u.Gm where else. We bviU persons;to giver n,a tall be STORING undersigned have tbia day entered into.acoUNDKR '
h.. ela Admlnhitrator'sNotice.S \ N1TWKORT.rpHE THE ) theWHOLESALE '
.(fore purchasing e \ p.in Tl: : .&JC1IDII801f. vmARICHARDSO'
For Sale. .'.OOH. & 00. taontis after date the subscriber, late Sheriff undersigned still carries on the above business. AND RETAIL' .. .

THE cn&ntfgaed offers for vale Hs Dwel August 18.18M. *8 of Leon County, and Ex offido Admini.tra1or'.olthe J. in all its branches. Buildings well calculated for i & WlilTAEEs r
-HeuM acd 50 a fet of land south of ] D. LADD. DB."C'G-a1l. mii 'Mil'r r
estate of Jennette Patterson late of Leon County, despatching wagons. Receiving /JorwardlDg"
lt I B OfcSAet.-ooitis Belle Air Road. The
| T Wantedto Purchase, deceaaed'wm exhibit'his accounts and vouchers before. Newport, September 2,1854. 19 THK ,NAMB AND"8TVLJ5. OF.BARNARD

lies house ball Mtbetastiaitmt'large room.*Kitchen, well finished ud jgoodwatet.Tke ;01'the premit .: CXUR likely Negro boys from IS 'to IS years of the HOD.Judge of Probate said;County and apply MILES NASH&CODealers & MAXWELl." E chants/ ,A a
a '
for final frotri the administration said xnW.JIOBI\
U r Apply to'S.8. KNIGHT. a discharge i' '
.UToSefedferVriaaooable age.
terms.property Tti .oftkettestd'eJrabTe locations ia Septenber 8,1855. 88 ,estate. ALFRED' A. FISHER. in Drugs,'Medicines,.:&cWOULD :'r iYr will be pleased (to aM their .August 4 h. _.. .11,_ -5- ':
iIpa .
6th 1855.' 18 6m fr ndnd at the old stand
0 of..Whitenrrt Hay_ ., infonrf; 1 frfr1nls and the public,f.that : lr < patron -
to tha firm
For i
Leoa County. Wyms apply Burnbatn A&a'r 1 :Hamilton Circuit 'B' tLQLt Barnard,Jr,, gn'of the Mortar eor0 Notictk ,
fcC )
r such
$ fa _** "-"-' ..8tor.lnsur .. Bryaot: l i : oo band a good: ,assortment I .. fj : 'to ..'
i. ,.Smt&Sw t-- j. \ Oowtt- Notice.. articles M are generally t io their,line of business : ,r t.ICh. *trtet*,(where "pC Dha.h d! th. inKJ* Wp| >ed admisustra, .....

JuJ U. 1865. U. ., .ii : J&neBurnb.taL )f '4 IX months after date the undersigned,administrator and will be receiving regularly fresh supplies;. Tbeir. .' eett'a"fw an3 lh general assortment otiartide -: D.bJ ***. e tate< flji wT --- ..defvw'l..1
; "ef bosiaess,and .
.. TT'appearbf to.tbe"Oo t':'byafBdarit filed b thtX de boni non of the estatecf Jonathan G. Pad. term hall be reasonable. pPertaihw aolidttbe Ut* of Leon County will exhibit 1 1voucbrr DaI. '1.
fRESH GARBED SEEDS. D&DdBUzat Jack deceased late ol Leon wilt exhibit bitfinal tb 185314.. paUooafffl ol their frM&U and 4qblEoBAl1URV. 1J.e.< >h 1 laid CoatI,
thai ; ; rick, County, Tallahassee,_April t to tha Judge of bs(si\
i GROWTHjOrRUTA .:. ". .0, are residing b the Southern Xreoit,>of the State account and vouebera to the Judge of.Probsts.. ofLedn ., ; 'HAXWRLL.a..r.FebruarJ' .J wi L ft* .&ad. ak. to be discharged. .. .; .
of Florida and Canny 3nrnbamlb .WesternX/ir County, and ask to be discharged" T 8NU1'FAJDYOBACCO.a O. TROTFP 'Lucro.'fBOir "i4 .,
: .
tH.t.. 4k. .
: lap TILt Tumlb eabIJ toi John Reares H. T. AdnVr de booU _y 1, (..) 1854. 5 'l'" ; .1 t.
Eearea/Mahala BLOCKED ? :
P 1.r tl4ltE8. cult ofjaaisVSlaU, non e- '. .8eptemb r' tt.1t. I,' .... .. .
'- "* c :
"fed Anld.oo: M&rprrtId'AIfrd '.punbamhtbe July, tl. 1855. 'Hm" PETER'LORILLARD .. I'"
Aajptst U.II". 1:1': : Tfa' u.-1." r.. d. J A.L. F18HER. .' liI, .
: : o&.a..l..i
;jQd UQ. .
SUte ,
: t- that i'o1i. TR-1r2TBBWYoU "
,. J' ;. J 5u.. \rOTICEUhereby jiien application wflloe 1Io:< ; ATTOBY1LAW"I '
JD1N1iLYX..CR4". arterT koowo. 'I i.1 made tbe Legtslatore of Florida at iU 1 I.1' inonthi fro&.daU th4udJ_ _1H
',.., 1 It irordered that.I1d..4lntE4 and an- tp session :CU10CIBiOBf1Aof 'it'rm. ttmai Lotttxaab. S '
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liver tJ BUL-m orbcdaft.flr tMo day ia N Ytm iju NoTember next;for alterations and meQdzoentl'.to o. 'offers for s V ftillpc 6f8Nurr"aud TOBACcos ':. 'IF ." ,, ,' 2g > '

_1-otdJ 9 let AiadtUs*t4hk..order.be. pnblkfctd b'em ,vhe charter f tbe Tallahiaaea! Bail:Road Company.;:' in general uceVrFer paTrtknkrs, I Price Current prtIcs:'iItIdOIrt.of'.e!dd14 D.' ? ,l 1M.-.k UJ
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"L.OXHft: NO HI"a3E: : oewspaperryMbbj r tb|$ Oirooit.pOt a week bribe j ., Al o that like application *iIIb made for alter eta be obtained by add rilti a* above.' This ..tablilhmeut .WILL] .aDd Id Tboe QnuOt7OL., eoant tad 'fODCMrI to.theoJl ',' :'i 1.d 'z
.5sfo iuwU prior to ttidtiaev': r. \1 ions l b the charter of the Peosaootawd'Georgia Rail i Is boo of the oldeit'of Iht kind in the Unitedetites. rOS *'.the Oaritol, td story, immediately County.and ask to SU A" _n ; 1&

-nfL'. flr flitl lJi.-j U"fd rAr hivm*, J. WAYLB3rti BA-ItD. 3u6j" I. ilr a Donpaoy,jpvrswtot U the former wties of but Sftberoorntb* Cer\ of the BwemQpcrt qiteob' 18W.lJDOB: ,
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