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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 10, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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L 'd1Y'CHARLES: E. DYKE.- TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA NOVEMBER 10, 185.5. :,.. .. YOJ.L 'IJEQ. .:

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:- "Firm..and-New Goo Js.j Come One Come All!If r rAND [From the Lafayette(Indiana) Daily American,Dem.] s nd.ficm ,as au ocean rojk, wbi!e.ihest rms LATER PROM EUROPE.The iaJtIatlt..tJle..t S..,
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1 Jf ew of fanaticism and of faction 'Ariel which eft Cowe' on KKT Wj 'FJi1; 't tS5St
examine DAVID-C. WILSON'S large and Letter from Daniel$. Dickinson. howl luo waves steamship | .
j selected stock of goods purchased: by himself beat the evening of the 13th inst.:has brought one' ,M l;deafSectetmsry S1r-"J-1e; : e

I GRICHLW, 'FISHER, & Co, consisting not only of the realities of life, but also We take pleasure in presenting our readers Lexington was aptly(fcosen for your gathering day's later news from all l E ropt'. Dispatches of the N v1uinJ..I,&QG.un-

J. ; those article well' adapted to please all, not only in from The Louisville Times, the following a l- place. It is a natf hallowed by many announcing theJbombardment Odessa, were port t upon t the> Supply of cord fqrjiTalpurpoies
AKE this method of informing their friends ant quality ami tyl e, but in prices. This stock is not only mirable letter from the Hon. D. S. Dickinson.It '
recollections. Near look for but to the time have directedixijr 'al ntIoWbu
d sacred and it ,
x tbe public generally that they hAve 4ni.xcbMe* ( 1 large, but selected particularly for the Florida Stirling being;anxiously up ,
t id tbe late Firm of Tbos H. One!I. markets is eminently characteristic of-its author- the remains r whose / a-ture such intelligence culuvatmon.otth SJ I I.einupqu.jeJo$
entire inter which he feels assured he will be able .to sell as reposes / a patriot spirit, oftbe. te&mer'14([ no I -
ow, A BroV Boa, they flatter themselves with the low, not only for cash and the produce of the country plain, frank, out spoken and orthodox. JJr. will animate you ;Ji efforts to preserve the had ben re elved. The public mind of Eng- era Coasts-and JJiayiof 1 "'9fida fIt 'lth2ct,
induce
'bope and belief that they can offer all U great art i- but also to those who have 'been dealing;th him Dickinson hns never yet, yielded at all in the Union : whose pafriotism like his memorywas land and France was on -tha tiptoe of pxpe<- accurate information ,4t< :iii--tM: ) .ftim! iYetveiit _
furnidiing
\ :mete,to purcliasersin line wanted! us ciesp.and on necessary as reasonable! for years. All those wishing to purchase we would struggle with political Free Soi ism, nor world wide; whose very same caused tation, for Odessa is now ..asaer'tained be MP' Of'ur. .e"T'W. :

'cl. t'JI in 8'all our aDV house in Town. We have now on hand, adne Glace to call, Chene and,see Satin these Plaid splendid and hesitcted undt whatever circumstances homiglit faction to tremb'e and fanaticism .to.seek a the principal, if nc t the only source when the engaged .In ,this entarpris Q,;*pd fv'.the

a :$ be Uily.receiving, and by nearly every vesMl Solid and Plaid Brocades, striped. be placed, to proclaim his views boldlyand hiding place ; wiose fame was tho property Russians in their Crimea derive the supplies. facility-of producing :-tlte- native .and' -xodo

< every "j ripllon latent(f goods.style. Black consiating Silks in,all part w.idths.of Grp de Hhiues and Black Silks of all prices and op"nIJ-\'if that have ever leen; in of tl o nation nod will he cherished among her According to the Paris correspondence of the species of the .4 agave"- OfK>n tb'kke| S '''ithot>t

Ladi Silk, ilcriuos, and .Defames of all qualiarJi qualities. harmony with those of lh<' true Democracyof do.wst; treasures. Lexington i is suggestiveof London Times, there were ten thocaind other! labor or attentfori 'th-jTr/bit 1&1 lw

Cashmere! Block and colored Velvets the Nation. Though apparently stricken' the sriritofthe re\'olution-ofthe priceless French soldiers on board the squadron, from requisite; to plmt.tbemin: firtinst..ee. .

** Silk co "nd"Straw Bonnets of the 1 latest style, Solid Solid. and plaid plait and! Cashmere figured Delain* nnd-Mcrinocs, down at hoin", wo cannot doubt but that vilne ot t our institutions! ; -of a baptism in which circumstance we may infer that the AI- there seems to be an unlimited.fl.!ld.for prto-

Bonnet Itib'hons,n'eW and beautiful, Embroidered, plaid and black Alpaccas there is a bright Iolitieal future awaiting him blood. 0, may the great conflict before us, lies anticipate being able to effect a landing. fialle! !! enterprise jn a section wbiehfr i eodaingricolturol

atin and Tafeta Ribbons Dotted Black Bombazines, when the memories his Free Soil trndueers between true freedom -and a spurious senti. The latest news from the Crimea cornea, as : labor,is comparatively!) !9 rthIo L
yei1a.
.Bl ck and tad.tired MBntJilas. Spanish an-1 Mohair Debnigea, "shall rot in the blues'' and fift'i of abolition mi.Mita'ity, under the influence she shall send usual, through a Russian; channel.: J ortscht.I Knowing that you_ have, given the subject
gigoletl Ladies black nnd cnlcrc-1 Italian
EmbroMered linen cambric Uandkrrebisfc, Black nod colored and) silk Talmas cloak, cloths, Republicanism : forth, again; terminate: : in the overthrow of| koff telcgrap'.s that the Allies continue their much attention; and, that.(heesolta. of.your

'Ooln nes and Extracts, as orte
UsTr Assorted Bcusbes Ginghams and Comba, late style asrorted. Dotted nnu embroidered lace V..Us, : : Tour favor of the 10th tilt the declaration that these are and of right any noticeable result. The cannonade! Statu and ,the 'country, 1ill! feel- greatly

.French ami English PJ ute 'latest st'lu Solid plaid find figured Bareges, inviting mo to nttcni I a meeting of tho whole ottgiit to be,free and independent Slates!" against the Northern forts was being actively : obliged t to you for your views upon the'hot-

Assorted Irish Linen Black Welch and Silk colored nnd Sballeys Flannels, Democracy of Kentucky at Lexington, on Uniting': V. ith you most cordially in the kept up. I any, physiology, chemical ahflly! *!*, loll and

t Russia and Bird's Eye Diaper Red and yellow puaze Flannels, the 5th inst., called to consult concerning tire I impulses which prompted your proceedings An insurrection, it was rumored, had broken climate, culture,. preparation, product penin
t Table Damask, Browu and Bleached. cf the and invoking deliberations double out in The cholera value and general of theh" "
cer
asserted .Opera Flannels of all colors, safety Republic, was duly received, upon your a Sicily. was making uses ,agaveatiii ,
Bleached aud and Brown Bed Ticking Domesti, J ', English nnd Erench embroidered bands, I and I exceedingly i egret that pressing engagements poition of the spirit in which the Constitution dreadful ravages in MadrU and throughout particularly, the adaptation ff p r. .vrf

Osnabnrgs A good assortment Flannels I Lace nnd linen C. Handkerchiefs: i will not permit rue to unite with was framed, the surrounding district. soil and climate far-its prodnction.. .>

Fools Cap, Letter and Note Paper, Pens, Penoils, Embroidered Emb'd Collars.Cbcmoisette Handkerchiefs and and Collarettes Uixlersleeves, you in an eflbrt which has in view the attainment : I have the honor to bo sincerely, your A Bedin paper confirms tho report previously I !Uespectifullj!. ,joar obedient servant

% elopes and Wafers &e, :. Blue, brown and green Veil Barges, of an object near and dear.to the heal t friend anJ fellow citizen, received, that the SO lId'Dues question i U. S.:MA uojtr

Large assortment of.G nts aDd Boys Ready Black love Veils, of every true f end of-his country. I am rejoiced D; S. DICKINSON. will be submitted to a Congress of States i GEO. D. ALUN, E I. .. j.
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made ClorhingoftheIaUtiyl e Tbread, Cotton and Linen Laces To R. Wicklifle.! C. C C.i i to assemble for that in Novembernext.
OenU Calf Boots, Shoes, :Brogans and J31oih that you, of the growing and generousWest Breckenridge, purpose Mr. Allen replies at lengthio-tLa'foregolntf,
Cambrie Bobinet nod and Mantilla Swiss edgings Laces and Jnsertinje, have originated the movement, and I Rogers, ''R W. Woolley, Esqs., Committee and near,-conrlusion! of hi*..letter, make

.Gaiters.BoY" Shoes of all kinds, Colored Merinoes, pray Heaven[ that the influences of your noble of Invitation. The Arid announces no change in the tha fallowing remark: .

Ladiet1id 4' Slippers Bubkins, white and black, Curtain and Dress Calicoes and pall intic example may be.extended funds ; but the tone London market, is a By due attention, to the culture and
"welt 1mbroidred-Lace Curtains through every State and Territory of the U- From tie Oswego (N. Y.) Gazette,Oct. 1C little more cheerful. The statement of the
Gaiters of
'black and brown Lasting preparation the fibres of such plants as T9
t .. White, black and slate hosiery Bank of Franco and the .tion of French
Foxed White and black silk hosiery nion, until( the good shall be aroused from LETTER FROM PRKSIDENT PIEBCE.-The quat well adapted to oar soil and climate,> wr n.*tl
.t m. Ties, their fatal slumber and faction be funds are, however, not so f:1vorable.-.N'eze
arrestedin letter which
Ladies and Gents black and col'd Kid Gloves, I we publish below was written,as not be dependent on olher countries for
Calf Shoes, high and low quarters, Misses colored Kid Gloves its career of madness. Although withdrawn its date imports, something more .than a year York paper of Monday. par .supplies of.this aUiole."

Gents.' half Shoes, Ladies and.Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, from-the cares and responsibilities of ago. It had reference, of course, to the state ': The London Money Market, reported at 11 necessary- y

I. tine Silk Casjimere Hats, Eats, October 13, 1855: 41 public life, and absorbed in professional and I of things then existing, but is no less applicable o'clock morning of Saturday, 13th instant, WHAT MH. SEWARU kBCOxHJ r

Gents and Boys Caps assorted rural occupations, I have looked out trout my I..] ) to the present time. Though written was : Consols for rsoney, 87'i: to 87 f ; for Seward in the course of his remarks on the

Italian Cravats and Scarf Blankets, Plains, Kerseys. retirement upon passing events and the tendency j '
Silk Stocks and neck Ties Shirta.onaCouars. 9 BALES heavy eroy Blankets of public affairs, and am compelled to : it so briefly and plainly, and so well The French three per cents closed on 12th We ,'ant a!boJd. o4 '..Ifoken.rrJli ii keJ1
A Assortment of Gents.Linen Bosoms I I W 1 do. do. Mackinaw do.
good. Bales black and brown Georgia Plains declare, from the best and holiest impulses of/ expresses the views of the President, upon instant at 63f. 4c. for the eud of .tha month; organization-one that openly proclaims ita ,

All of which we will sell as low as any house iu Do. Georgia rolled Kerseys, the heart, that I have done so with an anxious 4 questions of interest to the public, and upon tho lour and a half per cents at Of.25c.; and principles, its purposes, and its objects fear t

i Town, either for ah or approved credit.r Rocky Rook Plains solicitude and painful foreboding for the I which we have differed from a portion of thosein the new loan at 65f. 35c. of God and not of mm-like the army which

L., September 2" 1855. 88Sale. Also,Ackley an assortment and Louisville of Linseys do., plaid and safety of the confederacy. i thi3 State with whom we have acted politically LATEST ABOUT THE WAR Cromwell led, that established the common- I

Marshal'. 1 Landing from brig Mystic, and for sale by plain It has long been apparent that faction and 4 that we deem its publication at this time The attack; on Odessa.The Paris correspondent wealth of England. This i is orgamxatiort

1J T' Tirtne of tto: executions issued from the U. SdJ McNAUGIlT d t ORMOXD. fanaticism would sooner or later assemble :as not only proper, but due to the cause with of the London Times writes on the we want." .!

District Court for the Northern Ditri of Florida, Newport,October 13, 1855. 41 their grim ,votaries in a mass for a general which wo are engaged-the cause, as we 12th of October: Now, in a n view of the memoirs of'Cap f

one in favor of N&whold and Ru.ell. tie other in f-- and concentrated onset upon the Constitution I)iolpvo- ot'onr- common_ ___ minfrv.r ___ News nf tho domes rvf-.the-- exneditinn----.-,. which. ..--- tain Rock. 5v Rev. Sydney. 'Smith, fsae, his .P
TOT of Pearson and Jennings, both vs. Daudi. F Ototning. and the rights of sovereign States, and The'letter shows,most explicitly unJ- the Presi. arrived,before Odessa c on the.nr'8th, i U anxiously works, page- 4,10)) that- distinguished- than "4j

Newssm, I have levied upon the fullowmg lauds, to BLACK CLOTH Frock Coata, .'' frince speculation has become history, none dent's firm adherence to tho doctrine of nonintervention expected ; .10,000'Frencb soldiers are onboard says: .

wit The: B J S E i Section 7. WN Wand SE4 Tweeds Sacks do. and Frocks do. should regret tint the treasonable act has at his patriotic determination to I -the squadron, and the general belief !h Cromwell J>eanJiacarqernCian4: } by

of K W I Section 8, and W \ S E 1 and S \\ J of Bunting Coats, !last been consummated. The rear guard and stand openly upon the same platform of correct: that Kinburn and Oczakoff are to be the raassacrging for fire days tho. garrison.,ofDrpgheda

' If,W i Section 10, and E i N XV i Section:n, Town- Vests of various matt-riil, the laggard alone are left. These, within a principles at the North and at tho South, points attacked. ,:to whom quarter had; been, promi

TownsbWRange3s' S and E i N of i N of E SE 4 S.-c.|.ur.d 25 l lV .Pantaloons, of various qualities, twelvemonth, will join the main column, and whatever may be the consequence to himself A JfEW EXP.EDITIOX sed. Two mlKions and a half of acres were

1 rf N"VT i Section .6, Township; 2Range 4. S & E, Superior Pilot aud Over Mohair Gouts do., then the dark elements of the sectional evil or to his party ; and at the same time, his I The Ost Deutsche Post professes to have. confiscated. Whole,towns 'were pufopla'

and Jf E i of N E l Section 2. Towusl.ip 2, Rang 3, Blanket Over Coats and Jackets, etc., etc. wili-hang over us like the fearful density oftho perfect faith that the .' intelligence and patriotism learned from a private but excellant source, lots and sold. The Catholics were banished t

' 8 A E; and S t.of N. W J, Section 6, Townsb


,Range 4 R or Aactrmnre L'I lw, .-Alw* ";"one" Newport, 13,1855. 41 y'j'ich; shelters and .__. .
W and half"f ISoffTWi \V. protects them jMi-M'uied to them. Liman of Catholic found out of
ooe third of the E i of AT J J one the Dnif per. The litt'e' mari every CniMgbiwaito
& Jt oa I; and fb. one-third of SEt of N Shoes and Boots.MEN'S. against the rights of .States which are sovereign We commend the letter to tho attention of time.town of Oczakotf is, in: this be punished with death. F1.etwoodeotn*

acres E J Section more or 2,less.in Township being an 2 undivided, of Range intercht 3, S d in E,the SO WOMEN'S and BOY'S Shoes and Boots their equals brethren., and But against let a people who are those who have sometimes charged upon the 10 be what Kertch was in that of expt the dition'i plains peevishly that. the peopfd 'do hot

four last named tracts. The above described lands{ Mvstic. For Fnle bvMcXAUOIIT no ono (Il'?pail'- administration freesoil proclivities, as well as Azoff." transport readily;" but adds-4 it donbtlas
will b sold before tbe Court Ilouse door in the Town J ORMOXD. This lawless 1 array will gather together in a those who wi.sh to cater for abolition support OORTSCHAKOFF'S- LATEST DISPATCH. I a work-in whithjha Lord will appear." jTen.tbo'ui&ritl

,Montieello,on the ,lst-J .'nday in December next. Newport October 13. 18155. 41 common bond of brotheihood all the conservative by significant silence! or worse still, by making Oct. 4, 11 P. M.-Yesterday ,and to-day Irish were sent as' recruits i th.
between the legal hours of sale to satisfy said fiT fa's. feeling cf the country to resist its I platform, substantially like that made at the enf"mcontinued his demonstrations Spanish army." ,. e.
E.E. BL CKBURN. U S. Marshal Boots UM(I Shoes, course, and to roll back its tide of black and Buffalo in 1848, or at least capable of being the against .
Northern rkt of Flonda. T ADIES Kid, Jenny L. Buskins bitter water. I hear already it' in understood. valley of the Upper Belbek, but no How ,
as so
were
TO BK
-Mooticello, October 27. 1855. 43 JLJ Ladies Ties. the distance affair occurred. During the night.th9enemy HArPr.-I'jII.is.o4ou twoor
4' walking Shoes, the tramp of advancing contestants WASHINGTON D. C. returned to the acclivities of the :'Baidar Val three good Mea hich .4Jiy1iIp you.
1851.
Augnst2G
Bacon &c.r' to do battle in this moral become would
Bagging Black cloth Gaiters, mighty Dear Sir ley. No particular movement of.the-fleet: happier than you be without
received per latest arrivals from New Or. Prunell Buskins conflict for the supremacy! of the Constitu- My : Accept my thanks for your t has been against knowing them : but as to being' completely
JUST .. kind letter of the Eupaforia remarked. The
22d in
4' insi. the
CalfMens tion and the general I
and New York the articles which of the
following integrity Union ; and happy that can be ml to'
., yoa nnyer get 4
cannonade the you
U views of against northern oT Seb
which I
{ ,they offer at the lowest cash prices: Bootrp, Hope, that charmer of tho world below, I heartily concur. part heaven.. '
15 Casks 10 Bales kip pegged Brogans The members of our party can only act &stopol is as it was. befpre.
Bacon Bagging
whispers that i
constitutional "
me TLe.Crst
truth will i L', try your be-t.t make dthen'happy.
lined and B
BO Bbls. Flour, 15 Ps. Sea Island do. Brogans I together cordially and efficiently when -
80 Cola Rope, 10 Bbls. Whiskey, calf Boots come victorious ; that, though bound and cordially theycan European Alliance and America. ." I never wAs $ ApJ'," said acer, '

200 J Ibs. Twine, 10 Bbls.Mees Pork, "" "" sewed cast into the burning fiery furnace of tria!, The principle recognise of non-intervention a common platform." which With a partial success, the Allied tain king, till I began to tale" pleasure in
waterproof Boots, its bonds( will be loosed-the powersare '
CO of the
Kegs Nails spirit liberty welfare of but
f since
sewed and pegged shoes, constitutes the feature of the Nebraska throwing off the mask, and their grand my people ver ,
will he leading
RICHARDSON A WHITAKER.Newport
seen with it in
walking the
midst then
in the darkest
I
have had
ctober r 27,1855. 43 Boys calf pegged Boots, and that it will forth and Kansas bill, received the sanction of the aim of making themselves dictators of the future day, snnshine.. v
without '
kip" pegged" lined and B Brogans" smell of fire come its even the Democracy of the Republic in 1852. It was political. and commercial relations! ths in my b_ca1. ;. :
unbound that I Mv
upon garments ; the demagogue ndiu1ei "'M C DUnt ,ithffl"Theme
Notice. I I St.te.of both
Gents fancy toilet slippers, will be overthrown in his of reaffirmed by more than seven-tenths of the hemispheres, is more and more I tbihal;
THE StockhoJderi of the Southern Lif Insurance Goat and calf rapacity- bo rareer House and Senate upon the passage of the I I plainly revealed. isy their aggressive war are many good reasons for .
hypocrisy unmasked
trust C i, are hereby notified! tL&t in pursuance Patent leather shoes, of.its cunning bill referred to ; and will, within eighteen upon Russia they hope to secure to them- We deserve but little, we reqcire t* little;
of the reqoiieinVut of the charter.an election will If. cloth top Gaiters, pretension and fanaticism be left to months, furnish from its inherent soundness selves absolute dominion in the Baltic and and "better is little, with the fear of God;
U take the office of tbe in TallaliaJ-see Child ancle gnash her teeth in darkness and ,
-if pace at company tie Shoes silence. than great treasures and trouble therewith"
Black Seas and thus-be
the able
the first in December for trustees forUM Childs and Misses colored : far strongest issue we can tender to our opponents to dictate terms
.n Monday next .acdJJlack.clvlh. Gaiters, Though remored as, I trust from the Two men were determined to be *rfcb .bat
ensuing Plantation Russets, : to'the trade of the rest of the world in those .
year. position cr tho feelings of.a partisan I.am set about it in different
Nor.S, 1855. 44 Womans kip pegged.Buskins, convinced that the salvation i Hut c-ven'if it were otherwise, are we-to seas as well\ as>in the Mediterranean. Greece they ways ; the one
Bootees.All of the country is crushed beneath strove -to rare -pp.his peanstp.hs! desires,*
already their
abandon the tread
right manifest of heavy
Dry Goods, per Asa Fish. of which: will be sold low by depends upon the success of the principles of I, or our want Sardinia has been ; while the other did .lrs! "hcilio 'bring1 down
in
the National faith in the intelligence and patriotism of the caught their toils ; Xa-
,pin;haras, Iri.h Linen, Damask, Diaper. DAVID C. WILSON Democracy. It is the only organization is to be into his desires to his means. The rvsalt was
pIes submission
CALICO. White and Red !Flannel Kerseys, Linneys. October 13, 1855. 41 left ,which has a common creed people, by significant silence ? whipped or converted the one who coveted taiucb 'was *
always
Kentucky Jean Sattinett Bleached Shirtings, for meridian It.ive of the Northern and Middle States into a French Principality ; the threat ,
and if its
every ; efforts fail, the repining, while he who desired but little waJ
Unbleached Shirtings!, Louisiana Stripes and plaids, Fish &c., per Asa Fish. hopes of the country will fail with it. Hut 1 are unable to sustain: ourselves upon the has gone forth against Prussia and the minor always contented. '
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7
Women's 1lJf'f', ileu's Ilofe Handkerchiefs BBLS. No. 1 ground maintaining for and the GermnanStatcs ; Spain is now under coercion
to ,
Mackerel, securing ,
SUFpcn-1 by
no means intend to include
dera Buttons dc. For sale low by R.H. 10 rt 41 2' .' in this d every Territory
nation
all
October who claim to hail under its time .
201855. 42 20 Kitts 1 things.
1 in their
Union lll their neutrality until the time
honored abused constitutional rights and immunities comes
20 2 and crucified name: nor to I
t- ) our nominal would for compelling them to put on the Anglo- Look tip with hopeful eyes
Just Received, 10 Quarter Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel, exclude all who have been classed with other ascendency
10 ** ** ** 2 ** I I cease (to be either honorable to ourselves or French yoke.If Though all things seem forlorn,'
organizations. include thus.- .
Per Arlington from New York.a 10 Kitts No. 1 Salmon, and practice the who inculcate useful to the country. Resides, so far as the these things affected Europe only, the The snn that sets>to-night will rise'
BOXES Soda Crackers, 2 Bbls. 1 benign spirit of the i Democratic ; peoj.le of this feel Again to-morrow
90 Constitution, understood j party i concerned, nil experience country might indifferent ; mom. .
. Wine do. as explained and f
10. "
I
2 Shad
:, 10 Graham Crackers 50 Boxes Smoked Herrings, enforr.ed by the sires cf tho Revolution : those II proves that every apparent advantage gainedby I but tho samespirit of dictation and coercion The skipping Iamb, the ;jsingin lark, and
10" PicNic (10. 25 Cod Fikb, who maintain as sacred arid inviolate the I a temporizing; policy, or by concessions to which aims at the subjugation of the States Ih'e-leaping.fish! tell ns that happiness is not

10 Ginger do. Fw sale by R. II. BERRY. rights of the people of sovereign States and error and fanaticism; have only resulted in of Europe is manifested in the policy of the confined to'one ptZ1 .e. ..Gpil.in his goodqesa

10 Bbls. Soda Biscuit, October, 1855. 41 observe strict non intervention in all, their ultimate distraction and weakness. Individuals Alliance in all parts of the globe. Cuba Hay- has spread it abroad.' AQ | Q earth, in the air,*
". 10 Sugar do. ---- -------- domestic who desire to retain nominally a position ti, Dominica, Central America, the States of and in the /aters Two aged women- lived
those who
concerns : behVvp
10 10. Butter Water Crackers do. j Just Received on Consignment, together with life, liberty and the that in the Democratic ranks,but who are unwilling I South I America, .the Islands of. the Pacific in the same cottage; one was always fearing
6 M Lemon do. v ..4 LARGE lotof Bacon,Flourand Whiskey which. pursuit of to stand upon a national platform! should and the shores and countries of Asia and'Africa a storm and the other was always looking
jtX will be sole happiness, self government was vouchsafed
5- e6t.Bobtoa CracUrs, October 13, 1855.low for cash by 41 S. S.KGHT. to man, as an inalienable right from Heaven understand that while"the masses can well are all embraced in the designs of this for sunshine. Hardly need I :say which it

6"t Fancy .- those who would guard with sleepless ; dispense with their co-operation, they cannot, unprincipled nnd unscrupulous Alliance against was wore a forbfdding rown i xir: which )It

:10" Pilot Maple Bread, Just Received on Consignment, that freedom of religious faith, defined vigilance by silence, occupy a doubtful position upon the,'sovereign,rights, national independence was whose face was lighted upfwith jot:

10" Nary Tobacco, Pure and fundamental questions affecting the cordial and commercial interests of other counLries. .
| ffBOXES Virginia put up guaranteed by the great charter of
Tor isle by R. II. BERRY. J.l/1/ expressly .for the trade. For sale on liberal liberties ; those who believe that the bl 'our J and permanent union of these States, without j; And this Alliance has even had the unparalleled Dr Davega, of South Carolina a; who.trt'

,Octoter 20. 18 5. 42 terms by S. S. KNIGHT ings of government should, like the dews ss-of j l losing public confidence and .with-.it: self- IJ ;:impudence a ,tcmpt to treat this just arrived, New.Yorkprom ,8eva.Jopol' ), III

Shoes Atc Asa Fiah.TJtuE October 13, 1855. 41 Heaven, descend alike aU )respect Republic as an Anglo-l''r ch Province, in gives quite ,a ;gtong[ ji o ? .ptthe.Rai. }
.per -- -- '- ." .upon ;. -unseen-- I _nrvt_,. with. _hiyh; oafA/im.., I/MII. IVt/in/J.: .., .which its rpftniitlnr officers should raia f> RI\I.] sians. and theyhave; \Of. 'the j
n U --- -- ---- u says remotest
Sabacriber baa just received ana unieit in the ricnness 0 J
f a general assort.rneut IB Ihancery-III Leon tirenu court. save# and fullness ;
diers
to tho
4. FRANKLIN PIERCE. carry on war against the.liberties. idea of giving the.iiorth: a d'e..iiiof let
of Sboea buiI4efoi, the contributo up
trade
country J)avid Barrow they to produce, regardless of:
1'Y' h ing' of Cs., I nativity: and I exclude all, regardless oj HON. J. J. TATLOH, Oswego, N. Y. of nations.-Neto York Sun. ing,from the Crimea,Jbr wh'ich i they are ,determined
Men I En, Goat Stin,Calf and Double S.led )iafcella M. Oompwnaot..J ,from the Czar' do'rD.6 IhejcrweslsoUier
*Chap }s"J3 >gao9, If Ri h'l-d Har :! party designations, or former or present assoeiatinnF As ,.if bj magic then grew up the A. 6 'tolfce
; who traffic in tho Washington dispatch in the New York nAth.e arrny;. fight deatb.Accdrchng .-r:
"WorneiV i LiiKla Calf public
Strapped Jenny Kid peace, or
. Defendant. ij mcrjcan part!. It arrayed itsetfin the Free to him tbe Rusniah
lace, Shoes and Boot, assail directly, or remotely the rights Herald, says : Armj nambers"
virtue of Decree pf qther
By I a rendered in said cause on States on the side freedom. 300,000 ,well disciplined well
Girl's Jcpol.T.irAeoy" Brogans.Porttaliby 27th of members of the confederacy or their Letters of recall have equipped, well
September 1855, the undersigned peopleall -: boonsentp by the They (the Northern members) exhibited '
; and .
R.HBERRF. provisioned effective ...
rill sell to the every way troops.--
highest bidder for cash, at tbe Court whoso principles can be calculated State ,
to Mr. Buchanan
by Department, not'immediate' the
Convention
October 80, 1856. 42 Philadelphia what was He thinks the
sadly work of
louse in the City of Tallahassee the Allies baaon
on the first ,
Monday latitude or defined by the boundaries of States but to be used when in his judgment in the North backbone. y
ii 1855 the wanting -
i ,December, following described Lands They came commenced \thecapeqf4lepwn '
Braadf Wine &Q nil whoso guiding star of expediency enables the interests of the
"ii: I public service will justify home and re-erected their platform at Columbus -
-I- CASK 1850 BnDd:.* perfect tore jot Grey-Heads The W | of the S W } of Section 3, Township 2, them to remain with the Democracy to gather his leaving London. and:Uiafr they new stand, t upon and/ Altogether .. The Albany ArgasietU a !LQry.of&nia4
1 3 Cognae.Bnady;. E lange L 1. East; the W,i.of N W 4 of Sec. 1, Town. ,ihe genial fruits of Summer, and,- ike migratory Instructions have just been jsSJ1ed from.the unit d as brethren:*' buying b'ats, a few days,since, who' gave j(

Sherry,Madeira,Temerifo and Malaga Wioe, .al'lip,, 2, Range 1, N& E; the E J IofN E i. Section, birds, to take their flight when the 1 1I State Department to Mr. Ward our Consul at Will'the Three Georges & Co., send forth fitly,dollar bill in mistake for I ajfira,, On di -
American Brandy, Rom iod Jin, .T o'fD bip Zlltan e I.ll.&t.E: the'S EIof8EiofcUon wintry storm is gathering : all who would Panama raise his his covering the blander .acd..bJu to HATO'it
to conduct like ;
25 Basket Hfe&ic Cbaorpogne, ,S,e S'ownahip2. Range I, N &E: the E+ otS I flag; I a note of rejoicing over the triumph of their emBf
;.; 20.000 Assorted Segtri 4 Seetion4,1'ownabip2Rsnge I,N d E: anof See- trifle with the fundamental doctu'jies for temporary that of Dr. Worrell, being btrongly condemnedby brethren Jn Ohio? Oh! what a great party rectified,he toand4eie4t jf ltdelibf

60 DemijofeM 'ire on 10, Township 2, Range I, N&E; the NW Jan Awards : and all who draw their principles government. for the Sputh-'-\Vbat a God-send- tho glorlops eratcfy rubbing Mt The L1p1ibIFi5 th bill in
For sale by t.' .& BERRY. B acres in tbe N Wi of the B Wl Section 1awnrfiip from the public treasury. I American Parly! > order to make bis? cash accfJtt t.a\Jtlar witK

.-C.tobeDI8g5.; 42 2-R30ge 1, N.& E; all of tbe W J aod the Tbe present is no time for delay, hesitation AWFULLY SOLD.-The Democrats of Ohio, his funds AJJ ,.exchange of a."five.for a fi(;
r i of the N BiandJ ,fiWof| e..E'iQCScctonITh" here and l1! the bit themselves INDIANA ELECTIONS AND THIS TELEGRAPH ty" sae&i 1beiaUerImmurthc 'eeiaeit
shut
time.tp ,
or ezpendicnts;, no oar eyes to 4 over. country, : .
WooQw re,fcc. H 1.;, &hiD 2.Kafiee-1,'N & E: the N i of Set-tin
"1EDAR TUBS Painted Tubi.rails Boeketi I}8'; Township 21l.ange1NdZ;; ; ; the E+ of the NW the.dangers which threaten, nor to look with awfully last eJt.o\'erthe.9hio election.l In -The telegraph' has, of course. given no reports and fuHy satisfied o Bha '
/ ker Blacking, Cotton -Line, !. IfeararesJ I &?>Seetioo Townsnip 1,North of Range 2 East I calm indulgence 'upon the short comings of Ohio they shouted over the result for twenty. of the .Indiana election.' The reason It is related.ifIMjathat'aa: ;\ aa
'vi asLbo room 18 J W i of the.B E J, and the S W1ofthe8.WJ3ection l listen hours the Know did here why be understood when 'we state.that ond'
b1 .... BED1LY. i2t > < the delinquent, or to the subterfugesof bar[ as Nothings may stopped :morning, tp red a''theatrical
OWobtr M. ig*. ,.PI 28, Township 2, North'ot Range 2, East; the treacherous. There are no by roadsto over the neyer-to-be-forgotten Virginia i election returns, so far as ..revived at Cincinnati, go placard .Jn .Broadway' i ' -the'W I 01 the 8 Wfc; nod the W | of the 8 E J, o( ,thai,ihe' have Carried that dfzft '
duty, opr has the Constitution. It turns out that the plurality ef Cha ewijl ta.show Democrats setn : 1nfAd t I'icL
North
Batter rfion ?,Tcnr.bfpI, flange 2, sod Eft tthe any
Cheese, &c. ; houses I Those.ivbo be..inthe neighborhood of 20.0PQ. Coy.Medit 3tate by over 10,000, majority. Last n >rth "r
KEGS: R of the 5 E l&d; th 'S-E| of the N E J of Seo- najf..way .are.uot (ora. year :
;' -'10'. 40 Kitts.Gosheo- Butter' i I 7, Towo hip 1,-RUg.j ,'\Nortb tnd Eut-eon- are .ag n5t,1JI; and the sooner this simple himself,.Sam Medary and all other Indiana went "Republican*bjr 15,000 majorU "Why. not, ... '11 ie p.n. ,ft. bt, ji _To

.no"" h'Di..fChene. 4 tale ting about..c',IU.',*scie. knowq yet significant .truth is realized, and all l are Democratic politicians'of State were;for a ty. 'Glory enough! bat not the) kinddf story the not 11 t :" 0' "
F' ate by. k' .'. IIEt-RY. .BarrO"'ledJ; classed accordingly, the bet'or. The crisis day>cock-sure'that they had beaten the'R- telegraphic! raporten lUte'to'seixl: over 'the what'the'd.a '.-': > :'
.J, tabirlO, 18'G. Special"Jfttmj* -of felN T; National Dcitwcrat. t.'t ffLiJls.Tfhl.
48 0 ktobor 11, 18S6. !- is upon us, and National Democracy' should jubltcani out their ,oats. .,to'1';' '" Jt




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; demos and disowns him and he condemnsaadtHsovvus.himselfi Southern Part. The New To:3 OJt5. ?
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tt:jt iroiibiait f 1onruaf; *,'* The.. beat ktowcthitjov.biUerzez8. The Know N hrngjiresa nnwls> a cotcm- It H hecoming.quit1 c r t* those who f wo doubtless (says the Nrlb.r. ARRIVAL orTHf

.' ." ; tiV of cari\nderstamrtho d zifpse4s6te. NewVprk V oliha Standard) still eorno.deteocfats who
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: porary, is very sensitive: n Bdbject a .
1 T.\LLAH1WEE : ; :I Divinei, aQd'd'inpnen; ttay talk' of lielt,* Southeni I ,.Arfjf'' alusim| t b Southcrn politics, that the resolutions ofjhe .soft linger in know-noihing iankfr4enoatwh :. ZB.&X4TXO.
J', party.: .
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nut in heart hn teverul t rm.'ils :
my twdJ.
idc
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ii as, they did j intes* iii'aiftinguarded hour wew iiu Nzw
association, for tire 'fenfie of anthf rn rigliLis Convention; indicating % ; Ji Yoax.or. 8.
I Saturday, lYoTcmber 10, 18.15. A few copies of the book are for sale at sure to bring down its ihuiiler upon the freesoilrsm,'"misrepresented the real feeling of rn.ct\5i...<. -..yC8. with tbe 'O-' '-:*indd 'The iteamw Bat tk hat aitired. with IJ
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_- .---- -- -- L' : .- ___ : the- Store of Crhhl.w. ,.Fisher. --- -& Co. head of the proposer. He i310 Southeni the masses of that party on the great issue ofthe regret it, and would ho glad to ber onco more pool dates to October 20th.V WNepohij

Apn. iHQ.-, Ont dollar! per Rqnnrrf 12 li.e!oriaMttloa who think or speak of such a mat- day. We infer this not only. from the union In full communion"with their former party-associates. Sl r a decline. of MO to II.. COU
'J. ti..t toiliSlty ceiO*,for eftcL: ooi.liAn Three Cbeers for the Railroad patriot can gates ltv 5-ttroQ1) i-" "
BOO** tor. Ho \is, consequently, either a subtle.aspirrtnt :) !:existing many pnrtsjof the; State between To all such we say, breathe. ',Sptf.J .
Just hare r ook
'--- --- as we are going to pros, wv a *
M .Ir oonciirnt of.can< ,l.t4'1 $3, to W pniJB patch tr in Tallahassee, s-tating that the for public office, or a treacherous leader them and the Hards, in tho support of bonds that are upon you, and come tacit td Fair Qrl ans. .. .... ::61 .

,. $ n fle&u.- Ifl4O.X1C.. route passing through: digo1 has been adopted broken from 4i, traces ,of other _parties: the same persons for office, but from the declarations the old democratic parly. What cnn you l\liddli g- .. . .

,, & t ...i- ;; _'Mend..". '--_-7.r"rtI : -_-. :, ---.-- by .t thy ,Di:e'dl'.S.'' who can }intimate this basff suggestion. At such national papers as the Albany promise yourselves and what can you do for -F .II'- UnI.r! d-.; ;. .,..-! ."uU. .1.'

-: : 7 (iaf St Aa iutiq of E;r are M aJ.ftullirrJzrd BENJAMIN to'Hhnouncc A. PUT We find tho above grat'i/yirig response to 'best, the proposition in Know Nothing judgment Argus, the Day Book, the Journal of dimmercf your ountry by remaining where you Arc J .'Iddnnmt. ... ._._ ;_._,!.-....re.t1.T

t Wry Mae*dkUU mr ;Aaeiate Ju&tico of! the Su the action.of the Directors of the Pon >acola is but a gross delusion, n wicked snare ', and particularly the declarations of the You perceive as wq all,dp,: that the k. n. organization Mony srnOstng. 1._;. '11n.E .
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; VrMUt.CiwIitorFlfin'li'. at Ui* eledjoti. to IKS ht-ld in h s aaT t' .
i 1 ; Pec n.ber nat to fill the vntancy occafioned by tied & Gcorgiii Railroad in the Madison Messenger got up to cheat or catch ths unwary slave. Tribitnt, which says that whatever, was sincere was not needed-that it has (fafled! six 0 cent and on long--wn7'ra(4 rr.fete.t td

;. tp I '-aU of,Hon.- Thomas.- .DoI.ICla1t.- -,-- of the 3d inst. It is brief but none the holders by its spechus and deceitful promises and hearty in the Radical Democracy of mall. tho Southern States-'--that]H is hopeless- per Gfmn4lrfl is dated tirJ"eI bnfA1 t4P9' 'n!

gk t1r THE.ffmiJU'of Cut JKO.-T.-SANDERSONX ;-- -. f lots indicative that there are to be no divisions -an election trick that wastes its craft in '48 is now co-operating with Preston King Iy fused and_abolitionized In the free States circles, panic r Isf eart.d j! tcia1I'

f S.. >f ieiiinehetkinfj1h.titbol1v nt, announce office LUll of i i"the a randvlRtc' l t1lti"t Ht the on the subject of the location in Madison. temporary villainy aid l ia then forgotten. and Abijah Mann in the Republican movement and that, as a national organization, it no longer V latest from tho'War.' "
Avoeirtteof
I die Supr mo4 Court.to fill tie vnraney (1C:1Jo1UDtiJ And indeed, why .should l there. be division! But this selfsamerrss h very quiet, ex- ," and! after the lesnit of the present election ;''exists. The old democratic party'is, after The Allied marine erpediti9D] La'i #.

a .by the death of the Hon.TLoma D.ug1ua.nrWEaruDt1.otizt'JtoAhOO1tI1CJ.CAUA any) where f It seems to us that a careful h'l'IDI'JJ dignified and ctuipl.tisant) on the subject that parlies in the State will be reduced all, the only true national American, party-. Kenbanm, an important pos; at t:. 1i

: \\'A V study of the routes and estimated expense of of Northern :parties. No word escapeit *- .' substantially to two-the Republicans and Thc'r cordCJ of all our past history prove this, of the Dnieper. Th
1HITFI Jtr-the',office E'
; : to fill Ui. T*fan y' occasioned by th. death (.f selection of either of the others would havebeen i;t: These may unite in vast sock-ties-com- testimony is this; through this same old party. Come back, off the. Iblsian (orces. V. n

j ; ti. Him.,ThomM Donglns."VT fatal to' the wholo( work. Suppose that bit' and! r.-.No i up mighty! engines to clIent or They have been gradually throwing over- then, those of you who have been deceived, The towni of Laraair and p III' 1' : I I

t1r are nuthoiizcd to announce Col.B. M the lower or extreme Southern line had he111 crush the Southern master \\!.thiout Jilnrm or hoard principle after principle since they stood and who have honc-tly gone astray, and'the the straits' of Kerf ch baveee" dtWo 09to"
I ? PEARSON AS n f.ndiJl\te t f.r .'!ciato Jn lie of the proudly on the Wi'mot: Proviso and! rallied The advanced posts of the Ai&j
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agreed it would : with
upon-parsing as some two the least t'l.'ni ttioll. Ann;them party, ii not democracy will receive you open mm! II. .
S. 8"prcm Court of Florida, at tho election in Decem- around Van Buren and Adams until they are I five leagues Bakshi-Serai. ""* t
I bier nei>, to fill the vacancy. ot' t-i\Jle-t by the dc-ttth of or thftmiles South of Tallahassee, f fourteen, right, i*, at least, a thing! of course ; and Soutli- now only distinguished by the blushes linger. TIle great contest ot'JdSO( will soon commence. -i :The Russians are retiring nnrlfr.'Xiprsndi

.:: tt JyJf' OglHC.! '- ----- -- South of Monticfllo and seven South of Madison \ i ern men that would oppose it are but <}IH'r.ul- ing on the faces of a few leaders when free- Range yourselves at onee under the [I with the intention of defending their line at

.. I tr WE nre authorized! to announce Judee! A. L i -can any one imagine &criimsy) that the :.I ous agitators-rebellious knaves, oflicc hunters .- soil principles are proclaimed or the Nebraska demnocratiebannerandamnongyourold\ friends, I! u n'ec.

::1 IVOODXVAKD .t a candidate fir Justicai.ftheSu- Counties would have paid their quotas of the or insane di.stinbers of the pulilic peace, outrage denounced, from the assassins of and aid! us in. achieving n victory for the Con- A battle was expected on the 3d.

; 'I"...oourt, in place (the Hon.Thorna Douglas deiasej. j cost NOt a dollar would have been given, I ami\ stirrers up of unkind and hostile fei: Iingtgniii.t Silas Wright," whom they used to denounceso stitution, the Union, and the rights of the The North side Qf ,Sebastopol has bee*
I fiercely and cut so venomously. They no placed in a condition to support a tiege.
: I _. ----- notwithstanding its ) virtuous and enlightened .rUJ [bern all the but i
; greater cheapness over : t longer even pretend( to support the principlethat South. Tarry not in plain, escape The restrictive'measures of the Bank of

tr Religious Xotlce.ho I all other On tho other hand, suppose that: I j I brotheihood. Freedom for All should be the rule in now to the mountain of democracy, and I France are telling on almost every branch. of

;: f or: i'i fourth Qun1l'tlr'f'tins.. for T81 1 l.lnrfaMMSt l. the extreme Northern route had boon fixed : In .view of tie' serriod t sentiments of) the the Territories ; their latest oracle,Gov. Seypiour ill will be well. Do this, and in November, trade. "

tion will be held in the Methodift Church f, upon : would lint the work have failed with :I Noithern people filII the blavery ({IH'li\lI! it expounds .Democratic gospel of Do- I lM5ti( after the battle shall have been fought The Rothschild d are about to establish so
coinnivncinif Friday nigbt Xor. lOfh. and 'V.iUUi I I I, nothing as applicable to Slavery as wtllli' I I Austrain Bank of credit, with a capital of six.
acfolloAt oqual} certainty i That route costs more by i'Is strange, to !;.y t the I I least, that the Southern arid! won, each of you can say, I too assis- '
: .' : S'r'ic'rida night st 7 J'd'I.'k. Hum ; their only organ in this city daily ty millions. .f'
) Saturday proclaims
-$329,000: than the lower could that; I I I should! eondemn the idea of Soutliern!
L one: press : that ted in achieving this! great victory, by which i V (.
mormjuf at 11 o'clock, Saturday night Rt 7 o'clock negroes were created expressly
: +' On Sunday morning. commencins nt half past 10 difference, with tho additional $:OOOOO required harmony on thia subject in :any way whatever.A I for slaves and! should! never bo anything else I the rights of my section have been shielded Farther. by the Baltic -y. .

I there will be held the annual Missionary Meeting:! by the Director?, making over hal common Southern understanding is die on- -in other words, that the Abolition of Slavery i and the Union of these States preserved." V COLUMBIA: Nov..5tiI !

t ;. App 'priata exercises will be performed. a million! in all-have be II made up by pri. lv hope of safety for the future, and we should in :New York anil other States was a mistake : I TIle Russians had attacked Kara but were
which should be rectified and their repulsed with the loss of 4,000 men. '
To-iuorrofr, tire Kansas and the South.
: ilt'r.tlUag rornnonv of reeri'ing rate subscription: T Impossible! We preferredthat regard the man or who should
press oppose .
;.. j ftobmtioners iirto-fuH I whole drift N downward to the deepest sloughof Kansas is aboliiioru/ed Missouri' The Czar had issued ukase .ordering iheenrolemeut
will be senses
membership
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performed
route.Ve preferred it because wej it here u.as, an enemy, or perhaps an (25'meniu
j among Nebraskaism if have in the militia
trfter tbc"usual raomirg csrrite.: they not already to be a slave State, and New Mexico become -V ... every
.. .!_ ___ wished to see the County towns, which had emissary, from the Northern camp of inter reached it." a free State, California remai >s a free'State ; thousand. *
been iairdy instrumental in carrying the fering traitors conspiring for our ruin. I I hut if Kansas slave State Missouri In Sicily armed bands are collecting.; ,
r J oz- No mails last night from The Xorth or The Courier Enquirer$ comes in with its I II we secure a '
V County subscriptions!! Connected! by the road. For oursLlveve have the mott unlimited is tecure, New Mexico and Southern I Troops have been sent against ihmeni.It .
Eaft t the! excessive testimony to the same effect. It distinctly
owing probably to rains I I I says ia reported that Egypt i* about to *
California if not till of it becomes slave : prhlLlt
But when the estimates Southern Democrat a
of the confidence in the !
:; that ,h3continu.d to fall, almost without I.I expense wore t party. II that he consistent portion of the an- State ; in a word, the prosperity or the ruin the export of corn. '
made: public-whin \\ e saw tluit it became j jqiU'Stioi I It was a'' a Southern Southern
party.
a way } ti-NolraKka be found -
-.1otermption> ,'since Wednesilay uigl':: Democracy are now to of the whole South depends! oil the Kansas
1 of the surremK-r !! :it' sustained it vitalised l and NEW ORLEANS, November 5. Steamship
', b R I : of cherished preferoncoa iI I men originated: I in the new Republican party"PO that whatever struggle" Nautilus has arrived with later advices from
: 1'V1SflItL CHRISTIAN a'1ewof Doctrinal.; or no road-we did not hesitate to i diroctod it. It was born with oar Govern-
.' f" ; 1 com- j I strength the Softs were enabled to bringout The above extract (says the Carolinian) Matarnoras. Between'four and ve thousandmen.
: t Experimental and Practical Religion. BRev. \- I I tr.f-nd the choice made) l.y the Directors 1'C-[f merit, and it will only Jo; viilh our grand Rei on Tuesday hut may he considered'as reli- from the lion. D. Atchison's letter to.tbf had been ordered to.the.fro'ntier to repel

,; r: JosKViics AN1so. Nashville, 1\-111.1; !| tl1ii't vrc saw rlinv 1 ; tie! U tt'inim.il.iiv; } .;* !i puUic. TLe opnoiif-nts: of this party were Lie in future struggles of' the National Do- \ing's Mountain Committee is worthy of the the Texan Rangers. Vidaurt has,been appointed

,:} t : PublUbed l by E.: Stephenson & F. .\. 0veifar >, I I}.' of securing the requisite! moans i if the other'I'j j XortVrn men ; and it:15 not without! atruggle Ii I mocracy with the negro maniacs. Nothingis serious consideraton! : of the people of the Commander in chief on the Rio
: i
; tho Methodist Kpiscop.il Church: South. ,J!I route tad: len adopted.: As it i b: tho n :ito.selected .t whicli! sho.-ik our institution*!, that needed to close up and cement the demo- 'outh.. Mr. Atchison has long b'cn.mll. officer Grande iruMatamoraa, .And had ordered to dischargethe.the commanding National

; .:1 4r This h the title of a modest little volume cf I costs y n.COD mere than: tho cheap-it j \V:! -iiiJgton! fii-rson; and other Southern cratic column of the nation but a union inNer honorably identified with the cause of the Guards, whichu order'


1 .: :' '350 duodecimo page?, from the pra of th.> et t, and yet tho Directors s.iv thnt 800,0001) ; men, bore tlic: southern standard in triumph York on the.platform of the Hards, and .South, and as a Missourian,. and a sagacious obey. ,Vllauri, has addressed agnate taSec-

: ::. j: Pastor: of 4ho! Metlicc'i.-t Church in this cit v.j J in addition to what is already. j r-Iodgod mtist : to the!: capital and overthrow the Noithern I this union, now existing in point of fact, the statesman: is well fitted to judge of.the issues retary Marcy, complaining of tie violation of

::. "1 It was written, as stated in the jireface, ,'hilt'l bo subsc'rilf-d' before the wok can go on. i j parly-I-'ederalisni. \\( go for a Southern signs of the times indicate will be fully consummated iumh'cd.in the Kansas struggle. His waning :Mexican officer Territory Fort, and.Duncan charging witH the eonniv-commanding

", : : fho author was prevented by personal afflic- 1 Tlie upper line would have required the difler-! party.: The Dl'mocraev-the old Republican; I I bv the next Presidential election. therefore, should be heeded by Southern i ing with the thlhibusters.V at :

t. lion' from attending to the regular: duties of.fue I ence in the cost between it and the lower parly; -ihe gulluiit and invincible:: Soiparty. IL'm!! ien ; and .what is more important, it should -

". -' Ministry, but perhaps he was enabled to i ((332,00to: ()) l IH> added! to this *:0.0)0( () lIe is insane-wholly! isscapabli: } ? of rational -I The Icgkhiture Georgia convened in Mil- arouse them to action. No masterly inac- NEW ORLEANS,November.-+-Tho lectiol1

;r .. ::. xlo mere in this way for tw! cause of his Di- 1 making the whole sum nailed for 8.V2U.OOO!) () conduct, who denies the soundness of I \lgevillo oil Monday last David J. Bailey ivity" will answer in this emergency. Nu is progressing Athcr qnietly, but it is impossible

'.! xine MMter during the time, than if he had the mere statement of which shows that the the Democratic party on Southern 8bY ..- ,j: of: Butts was: elected, President ofthe Senate, hesitating.connsels will avail ns. Southern. to tell,the result.* In the 3d'District it
that American and German
is one -
: : "been permitted to discharge his pulpit labors. matter would! have ended with the call. There are none so wicked or prejudiced :1i'1 I Ij and William II. Stiles, of Chatham, Speaker tiers must be up and doing. We must send reported have been killed one and Captain.Place, of

I. .: The work 1 is designed to supply n want in religious This'iew of ihe subject it strikes us ought can deny its close fidelity to Southern intere.tj of the House. The message of Gov. Johnson men and money to Kansas-must reinforce the Cbalamette GWLNS-wowided. .

:. '; : 'literature, in presenting religion ns a to reconcile the respective friemU of each of j j; any other American concernment.'l* .-"*yi 1 wu> read on Tue'Melay.: It 1 Id one of the lni ttcblson and his bordi-r ruflinus"*-must -. -- V

: '!hole! 4 unity, and whilo -doctrinal, is uot I' the other lines with the action of the Board.Necessarily i! now is the great, the only question, that ili- State papers we have ever relel-clt-nr. plain, thwart the designs of Reeder and! his Free- the NEW American yOu,,,Minister November to 5.' -Nicaragua Mr: Wheeler,, ha,i

fr ;. :;1 denominational. The standard: religious authors : to per tin? a work of this sort" vidcs the nation. (On this tho Demouracy is I and thoroughly business-like, and exhibitinga soil adherents. been imprisoned two days.by.the: .Government
there must be 'lcri' ce.f I 1 true in Southern State. There with all l the .
' : : of all ages and churches are allowed to a preferencs ; othjerwise warmly every perfect acquaintance ramifications forces. V .4
FLORIDA CLAIMS. A Correslondent
;
H '' Washington -
r I- ppe.ik in the suhJl'etsembrtcedmIt. Its style nothing can Lc done. And by thijij I is no reason why every Southern man should !, of the government. The Governor recommends of the Journal of Commerce dated '

.: Ss and and sacrifice nozr, we cnn accomplish tho long-1 I I not rank: himself beneate the folds ofits ensign I an increase of taxation-the severance NEw YORK, November S In thi CottonmarketMiddling
easy graceful, yet plain: breathing i 27th October, of the business" before the commanded to-day
t.' desired something-in other words, the road ;I i :and defend thick threatened homes. 'i of the State road from executive control says Uplands
.
: roU'ghout a warn, gushing religious feeling, I' Court of Claims : 8c. and Middling Orleans 9 jo. per Ib. Floor
can be built. Union will the : It is ridiculous to talk about tllhnow and removal of the
mmngl1lent-tlw
soon bring
/ i nd the reader I State is worth
:. carrying along step by step To-day, Mr.I Badger >a to open the argument ..ls'a trifle lower, and straight
: ., foznthrst out-givings of the heart after G cd. 8200,000: division will end in defeat and the I Nothing! order as a Southern part v Tiue, !I Penitentiary-State aid to railroad. in the in behalf of the claimants for interest '89 25 per bbL Western "Red Wheat' found

to a complete christian, thoroughly furnished' ,indefinite postponement; of the whole m tt.'r. 'I there are many honest but mistaken Sou thorn II III shape of a luati of its t'redit-t return to animal upon the awards by the Commission under buyers at 83,05 and Southern JRed at $2,10
; foolish oath-bound folds! who sessions and various other tit I'lot ida of 1819. Thes bushel Spirits of Turpentineas duD at
unto good word and work.:' men within its ---- matters as Treaty claims per
t From every the third under the head of' Vacancy the Supreme Bench i j would sell thlirli\'es for Southern honor ; but I proper subjects for legislative: action. On die ill the aggregate, amount about twelve hun. 46 cents per gallon. Rosiivis quiat. Tar is
chapter, Their is no lack of candidates to fill the I tired( thousand dollars. The residents of Florida firm at 82,41 'per' bbL -Freights are lower
4 *' of I | the order is not Southern. It has no wakeful, question of boundary between Georgia and unsettled. ,
Importance experimental Religion and the market -
we
on the Supreme B'Jch-ix | t were to ho allowed for losses and damages .
vacancy hl'ingnlrc I with Southern institutions. Florida the V '
the burning sympathy following passage occurs, which "
quote following striking : our invasion of that ter-
passage consequent
;, d\" been announced, viz : A. L. \r ood. i lit is a cold, a lifeless, and at bet, a negative will explain! the piesent position of the suit : t litory in 1814. upon The amount of losses provedin NEW YORK, 'November 4.;Tb* ''Star of
4 ; Such'is tho constitution of the moral nature ward and J. Smith i the West has arrived with $1OXYOOO.IU( : ipecie. -
Caraway of the
b'J of man, that a change is demanded in order to EtjS., I Northern party hot-housed and shaded from now ponding in the Supreme Court of the' each case has been long ago paid. But the Her
::1It las ha pne'E5.: The moral constitution ofman's Middle, Co! B. M. Pearson, Col. J. 1\ San- the burnished livery of the Southern frun.- United States, and; which gives promise of a Dirties claimed interest from the date of these days I on.the passengers IsthmusJn were consequence of political .

nature contemplates holiness. God dei son, Philip Fraser, Ks-q.; } and 3Iij. B. A. Else Low did it happen thas: this order did most hope that time matter will be settled without .icciMons, as the proper measure of damages troubles. ''I he.warm 'Central-Ameri
could not have constituted the moral natured Putnam, of tho Il-i.-L: The latter gentleman ; from tho Court in cases of the adjustment claims under international ca was assuming Serious aspect. Walker
I eamnestlde..ire. to hide from sight the slavery the necessity of obtaining an treaties. The subject has been
; -of man otherwise than contemplating bollflesL has not been announced in the usual formadopted I attacked And captured Grenada on.thei4th:
question nt the Philadelphia council? Docs opinion as to the true-boundary : ong before the Executivethe Courts, and
afaiortdeseited.
had been
There must be harmony between the ult. The town previously
;d Creatures *:>f God and God himself! otherwise by the others, but ft correspondent this fhovv that Southern institutions( was the By letter dated 24th of September of the present Congress, and is now to be finally settled. On.the 22d qlL a -treaty of jcac.

Acre' -would be perpetual l war between God of the Republican at Jacksonville writes that batsof this secret order ? This mnaniuizothimushroom I year Governor Broome proporeJ, that by the consent. Texas Defensive Operations.New had been formally ratified with_the late commandant
.Ftl: and his. There could he is authorized to that if the jxople? desire I Ii ;of the Executives of the respective} States, the tftll&A of the Government forces and the
'.TI. creatures. be no obedience say I .factionll:1 other objocts. Its con fclmuKl be continued in order to obtain -from the Oi leans, Nov. 2nd.-Letters from !!
no order, no law, no government, I his services, Maj. P. will accept if elected fhtutlOn-lts Oltll-lt3 action show us what I, LPhlturo i of encli State authority fur the 8ett'' mc..t Transit Company. The steam t San Carlos,
,4 were there no harmony. But God is holy, ''I -so that we put him down as die! i i' of the question and ituE'movlllfrom the C urL" After western Texas state that Capt. Callahan has I| with the. passengers of 'the Star of the West,
-infinitely holy. Therefore, that his intelligent j among regular -: they) wtrp. It E.IW no danger in the slavery I coDPulatiwn with John ilcPhewon Berrien, Eq. the lisbarrded his company of Rangers and that i was fired into on the. rb.ult. by the Government
I I
candidates. Mr. Bush of the West I
is behalf this
not counsel in of Georgia proposition
: r treatvres be in harmony with him, they must candidate \ tl'll'Ftioll-ftI1tH.l no fraud-discovered no injustice leading was accltftl, ,and the cause will be continued for the hey have returned homo-thfir three months I forces near Lake Nicaragua.aLDd a lady
be holy. Itr fixing die constitution of tber a although we observe that hi? : in Nor thorn irtterference with Sou'Jiern! i j purpose indicated. Florid is the complaining' party term of enlistment having expired. Only 78 and child were killed,and the boat damaged.

moral natures.-he coirid therefore only fix it name still appears as such in the Clli7U'l.c .- : property, on th -in full \jew of Norlheniaggression and instituted the euit. Hence, it was deemed best On-tbe 19th nit.,the Government troopsmadeM
the rendezvous at San Antonio.
,3 \ 1 j to vivid to her \viben tlms expressed, not only' ia ajmatttruf men met at attack oro the Californians .
: as contemplating holiness in th(r:1. lIe could received a message from him last week murderous returning
and craved
fanaticism it only -a j I courtesy. but to evince a readinesa to reeprocato Unless their number is increased to seven or wounding
.t }have made them four and
not othe wise. To have at Virgin Bay killing
: desiring us to withhold his name as he had! i '. iudioution of amity emanating from
silence. But! world! of evil
-. done so, would have been to have made a'I' ,declined. :I cautious it saw a i ii her. The every existence of litigation between adjoining sight hundred by the 15th of November, the i .
: of and in a few protected foreign citi/ens-:nnel some I identified interest, brncAT.The_ _ _ _
'i class outlaws organized an eternal 'I i I sister States ofthe confederacy expedition'against the'lndi:1ns will oe given up_
i.IJ warfare against himself *!nd his mm erse. To''' Since the above was in type,Wl'have received !: two doztn Catl.olics-old tottering Pio Nino, ', i is a matter deeply to be depleted. It is better toI General Smith established four military i \ New York Tribune, after
: have done so, would baveliocn to haH a letter authorizing ns to announce Major j i I .;: inatc it by settlement, if p'lSi'Jle-morc consoI el-tborate estimate positively asserts that
: North ,
madoj'
i and that too at a moment wlivn tho an
'I .I :.tnt with the dignity awl decorum vLicli should characterize stations in the region where the most serious
1 them. out harmony with himself, so that to Putnam, and consequently name appears !j was tind'-nnining the fabric of the* American thvfr intercourse. The tone and tenor of Governor the surplus of wheat in the UMUdStateiWiUnot
depredations have been committed the
f. return into harmony t.with him would be to i' is such the bv eav-
letter to
the list of candidltes.1aj. P. is well IJroome's as justify Lope bushels. And
among |! fa- amount to 20,000,000
consiituti'-n.! Yes, like the cockles! of the over
war eternally l with the laws of their own constitution that the eficrt may lead to the most gratifying result ages.
I and thus be perpetually miserable. I known throughouttlie State asan upright, h'gh- i|]I bio, they were singing joyfully for deliverance: I lie bays. it i is believed that. "with the information ._ this amount can be obtained for exportationonly

J_ It is certain, therefore, that the constitution j'j' minded!, honorable gentleman, of ability bufficient -.from foreign influence, whilst the fire of Northern ,, acquired be tnede-l.by tbimnii.su'n l of last year spirit, a of settlementmay conciliation An extra from Apalachicola Commercial it declares/by substitutionin: stead,

j. 4 .J the human mind contemplates holiness-istfxedin for any position. The l letter referredto I s'ntimelltIS roasting the Southern shells.i I exist*, and i-f this he proper entertains no doubt." It Advertiser, announces the'loss by fire of for home cposamption a corresponding a-

: : dl its laws upon the supposition that which is from a citizen of an adjoining! I What wants lhi> party: with a Southern union ? will doubtless be yonr pleasure to meet tbe State of the Brig Mermaid, from New York for that mount of other crops, as potato buckwheat
: ; inatf wVi be holy. If therefore, man is not I I Florida on the terms and in the spirit proposed. I
: holy, he"vi6lates the constitution of his own county, says: Their policy obviously is directly opposite.A .- therefore respectfully suggest that the General! Assembly i port.k The vessel had arrived at the anchorage &c., which are abundant., .
nafarc I have read from him a letter -containing: cold! division of the Southern people lets in I adopt such measures us will enable the negotiation St. Island the 31st ut.! ,
: t treat** a perpetual discord within him, near George's Tin. : California
sentiments which commend him \vannly to to be entered upon, for the settlement of Terrible Mortality'* Board- of a
: throws 12mlf ont or harmony with God,! my support-a letter which, if its publication I Northerum.treacherv. It u in: fact, no wonder this long standing controvfrsy. The manner of cm- and was burnt on the Sd'i'nst. The brig was Stcamtr.-New York, October 31.

; t and thus becomes to Goo and"to Liaiself j were permitted, l,y the gentleman to whomit that the Know Nothing press should exclaim ducting it, whether by the Executive or by a special ten months old,owned by B.RICHARDS 8, Esq., Sbe.ateamr Sierra Nevada, from San Joan,

I j ,. outlaw O. The;wining moral agalcet God of-&nd f Gwl fcuc outlaws'lf al-! was addressed, could not fail to secure for 1 against a Southern pnrty with such principles commissioner be prescribed clothed bv the.Legislature.with the requisite The matter power u will res- New York; and valued at 20,000.. She was with the: passengers \\'hi .lrtN w York on

4 4 Bim and the constitution goreniroent of Lie Liin the cordial wishes of all independent men, I and conduct as it hs shown tis-no wonder pcctifully eubontteil and your action invoked. loaded with an assorted'cargo the value of thn 5th of September,. put Xoto \captdco.! i
\ own nalnre iif not their active aid and ) for his Octob 7th-,.lt}{ tba)dioleni'raging oa
outiiws him also. God condemns bun, and support it denounces the Southern man who proposes which, ::estimated. frora$75,000, to 8SO- '
Jacksonville
election. These arc my feelings upon reading SOME PQT.To.Ir. Baker, near -* board tr a frightful extent. :It was effort1
t Sy.theb".s of his own mind be forced to I coruhtu.'ltiol1-wbro would excite little ofihe saved and .
u Southern 000. Very
a cargo 'yas the
pu.sage .
the jwble letter which and : '
I ; :s to I refer I in this State, has sent to the editor of the that 71 deaths had oeenrrMduring
condemn himselfl It- is not necessary, there wish I could procure it for publication, so Southern interest-brace the Southern arm. that in u damaged state.. rnd 3 l afterr the arrival atAeapalco,
S3vnnnnh.Journni ,
& Courier sweet ; :
1 ; for him txrbe a potato V ;
sect to
: : fpre: particular ae' that lie might stand before the public in his I This order, with such objects as they have I where the authorities\ refused permission w |
1:1 In order to find a hell : be carries all the eletnnts'of -f which measures three feet and four inches in Storm .in \cw York. Corte
:. true light. All I ask i ia, that the election may shown us, arc of course, opposed to the Domocracy. Uing.the dead ashore" The .siearoer
a"Tie3 about hhn! in the hail from Flor-
did
opposition 1 If this not
length potato .afterwards
not be *ne of lICITly con'csL"Target There blow of the Une arrived .eek
was a in New York Saturday same a
on
The -
have said
i of his character to GiXl a* d the laws of his Democracy, as we tho -
ida should be inclined to doubt correctness -
we but bed uo'stekness i onboanl.Gen. .
I --mind. 'There, only needs the $lOn {f bis' Prize is a Southern party. If it had one spark of of the measurement but as.it i ia'we ,the 27th ult by-which) no little damagewas. i _

.. I .probation to close, that he feel all the 'peveri4 -, Shooting. Southern ardor, it would be. anxious. for a of what FlorIda deu!._ .The shipping .on, the North Riverside Scott'* Back fay Ho*. John F.3Lzso .
r of divine condemnation superaddcdlo d-< The Florida Riflemen" turned out on Southern It would insist immediate merely refer to it as Ji sppcimem was more 'less disturbed, and some of '. Oct. 31.
party. upon 1czLcr\yahiQ&wD
I 4 terribleness of an awakened telf-condemna-i Saturday last to thottfor a Silver Cup, offered can do when she tries. the vessels were'abaed,, and otherwise dam of[too thOu.
union and if from Gen. Beott.will.receiw.Awards
other -
E' wbrch will ,constitute the prejudice or, .
: as A prize by and five huudred dollar*aabatk
it could not its force the ancient; received at St.Marka pay
to
join cotton ,
; ;.nun! imagination can picture or the soul cant shots. The distance fired cause Theamountof E S. Penny of New York, brig Tavernier ol of biibreyIppoioand iboet one tboai-
; : ./e 6. To escape this the sinner must be was sixty yards- ptrty-thl' Democratic power-it would,sinkat from tho first of September to 31 at of Octo. Key, .Wost, ship Anglo. :tSaxoq sloop James h2u'sd6M8la; ept"r addition to W

''changed! by tho Spirk.of God, and thus rc- guns usod, U. S. Carbines. Tho Cup was least nil! extraneous issues and plant the ber, 1855, ia 3708) bales ; amount received Lawrence and schooner,' Knickberbvcker.! three jdr-t#i J.. ',.'

,; i;< torn' into harmony with God and die laws oft won by prhte-;L. Bull, whoso three shot Southern standard on Southern soil, nad bold at Newport'fbr the same, Uuie.t47tH' bales-' Tho'most serious.casoalrica .repotted as having pay u
;. 'llius changed, he "ill have 12 J inch(s. The next best thoU occured -In wsf b
-: > averaged ly rally Southern men to stand or fall beneath tho 8559 bale& the' city_ 4ho blowing Atl T a R.u &o. ,-A, jcompanybeen
.. .ntjthc' approval ,of God and -of the laws:of his were made by privates Fitts and Ball, average. it. If it really wants national 'party-and total amount at two places, down ,chimneys, :a.VlQ1 ga, ;organized at'Alban1r; ; thSt1rP0SOA'

: own nature,end-will be happy. Unchanged, ing 161 and 16| inches respectively.. The not a sectional fuctiou, \ ct lie': oust for ever be condemned God, and Det..nocratic'JC'gions, for the Democratic: party 1854, was, :at St:Marks 3200 bales, nt Newport The Stean>er.X5eocg LAW, vnich arrivedat 1 tuericns.. % ib ci .* Co .znoufltoLpie.
4. i&'wodfrnn himself and thus; wherever hods1 shooting all round Was very' good, considering at this moment is the only church.withing the 4205'total 1 7555'bales-'showing an increase -, New York from Califomia.oa.tbeSOth.Oct, iiund4 te'beel1

"n. -. {.. :"tiseraUe. :Tbereis, no peace, .the,quality of the,arms. Union, where all men and sections may\ truly' :m,the! recwpU thus far"over .tuo, same brought.ei.7M.000) in,gold, ,Thheit dad tQ t t k ttLn'- -.t -. )' Vm.N
fixed
q .wa JP14'( J, tothejwitked, The wicked worship tho American constitution -which' connected idbrought the,L .Masseyas e1etl..VP.IIoiL&
'Hon. Henry W Milliard of Alabama and time last $wr of>100i bales: 'Tuo.shipments Step 1 .
; .... ,. whose. castPborwonchingijd d .4nd t&
t .,,., :. -.J"Il'..". o'Yt'CrUtendea pf t.Kentucky,:have..-accepted LKMOX. 7\Vo find on our- table n handsome have been sine the commencement ocAsonV r tho down n rIy tfnijailUbM.. Sbe.naai a1ary5M Dent 1ost .'1\i r p40# ar.
and
.utJ tJ Ye lerabJ4I1 -. .- invitations; of the Boston:Committee to deliv.er Letnon, grown in,the garden/of Mrs; "Whfta* .t to,3lit: OH, .8050 bale, leaving unshipped -' port* Ex4fenator Foote, fe Poytbtt said to be h"t-w., .. f .Wiah aA "

t.t..hk' vbttrN 1 laJae1 t 111 lMU lectors:In Boston, tho coming,.winter, on .ker or thu. chy. which measures, 0 inches in at that .time, lucluding 1 U0t '" of ',\rer .KnotfNottor candidate* for tfc* .t tdV

nnsanotified i man 1, GOO. slavey. '- circumference \rs4ghi':T ounces. old crop on h&nd>'60\20 bags. ;. 11. S1Ssts. 'kcs efDr..G.w l\o p .

.Jlde lI .a d disown! hkn, thjmm-erw (o.) ,'1. 5 ; V. s.a. "

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W'pretermit IDA 'fLO .! frIn.Jewyork, Of Com Efidder, ,a _
at8175$67. i asoortment of BOOKS, err *
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work i
bfibe 41ii Thoinas iLand'AmeUa: H. Pbsth&scitydi bracmsf every deptirUoent. ST liters \ Plantation ;' r r *f ,.
CP'(bung ..rc&d0bi Saturday, the d Noyeiober.m the 8th year of btage. turc.- In jHlalorf, tlw wwkaof.ttony. RoHin, Gi\' OK.THE SAT0RDA1T before1 Chftmis, DJH ..it Lt wv&flkU* U, iHA7E iCJJs ; -

the prQ Oet 24Th. bcanfirol Ind intelligentclad, an boo. Robertson, 1HcCaulyv Thier. Allison, PrescotiBancroft iHtd dnj of li&emtofv win: braid 5
was a
Jda
iof and 'l c awl Hiidrethiwjth School Uwtories tosni apt** the plantation ef ROBERT ttHALL, 1 Ijms .* c '
rektives HeAda. : : .1
-- J_ -. beloved by a Jarga'iarole all tyilosophy.. jlbercromb,'.paley BlakPhejps < ob tbe road Jeadipg from I'allahasww to ThomaiTitle' ; "L r _

.. uxtihs -Tif mend y ar s&he -wpsbjeettu afioo, whj ] ages.) and Lardner.l In Math nata< ,- fla> >, Da.viei ;vn: :'neanyaie'tie following
baakskj't Savannah Courier while it made ttr more delicate, rendered her dear* Emerson,'Smith and Bailey; and the pqeticol yprka t i erty, conslsflc of 9! $ r

*9uQted pfliotjnibiscit.y. la her pareuts. Shakspeare; Jon*>n, i Milton Daate, TORSO, Pop } 2. Yoke tt Pn'me'Oren, .A ,-,', "a-- ; : ,e'i .ai4ui. '5- ,
bawnr should havWn and weakly'Tiearros Thompson Cowper,' Wada'vorthIothwell, Burn ,2000 burfwVof, Corn. -. a ? q
They .U -4
Pale and wan< grew 4 I
ee3 < Hood, Coleridge, Shelly, Rests. Young. Hebrr, Pg! d"s of good ra A 'n ,.wi ri &aU J'I' : -' -
1) meekly,
fcuoted t par. They arc received : ; all her pan? *o Scott Moore, 'Campbell,Crobbi -
> lock. Grey, Byron ,i o 6rlflUIb flogs, &
otJT-twJtf d rete'edmed U coin nt thMechanicsgiving' That lo tlicm bc still >grewdeare.r.A.s Southey. Goidsirn.)>, Tupper. Hemaix, .Laiidou 'Br) l6b8tncVHo3 .- --- : ; # .

ati ? Bauk. It is. not das.* t&e thai hour Jre uearor. world -Resularly ant, .Vi'llhs aud Longfellow ; ougfclUiw's PoeLg of Ei CO)head of Merino Sheep, -.' ,- 1. .t5Aj 't .i gfl5) ,eth r. Sif 41 t4

bat is om>ed ifacon TLj, dear cl.ild was too pure fur thIs rope Poeta, Poetry and Prose Writjeryof JAmericiby 26. 1YryCaU roceivikl tbVtP st&tfetf $n 'WhWO oJs. embracing a choife agH'

itmeng! the Wild Cftt*, he offaied her prayers to God.. Sh& Uw Griswolil; mpendioiu, and Cyclopedia of Eng A. ;, Ii1b Cws. Jtod other Drew'G& for LNditf/also Qir DrrnQood*. twt j6o
} ,*nd legitimately managed. H churoli. and dormg a lit hh Literature by Chambers and Cleveland, togeth? '_' '_10 or-12 quality- Mules, 1 \ _>_ '?'> -J.iJi ,._fct.2 'JU afl-i; fiB..nT V as follows: .n.Z v
_ _ _ _' _'_' great pleasure m atteo j tI
-
while Lr mother sung to IKthe' witK the complete works of Sm llett, Fielding, Seal 9 Horss and, Mijl. ? CoHa fronj 'fl itlastycars j ; Ls.: r 7*, Amerkan Furntnre .- '
CIECtLAi.-A Washington) illness was best pleased Cooper, Irving. Dicta.hs and' Bolwer, and all,.tfin nc oId.' : ,. ,' "' *.- r*' I. '' s-if .
,- A.SECRET Better prepared for LeaD ., : .. 7 : ? initOre Dimity,
r. ;
himnfZa0D. IifMenicine the works '
tli "cMeisjs
sweet vels of '
of the New York limes says recent-publication.: Durham BOA.!! ., ,1
feipondent Minister-has discovered a secret, ci i limn for earth, (3od icuiaved. ber !.oa bright Giiaith: 1)in'n. M lU-r, PiamslwittonWilptn. 2fiuejenUe family and brood Mares,with fbal, */

British Aid AssoaatiorXse jc'ne. .C'hnrtHiill. Carpt-liter. Royle,Dewees,Hopequrn.EherleEl.il :1'excellent 50 saw Taj!lor Gin, tVPc'UtrValher'Bfuu'J.' - \ThIto irrnet Cuil. p6in and ftg'4Bubti 'a ). mak,
Of the Irish Emigrant hnd eo fair, La RadIo and Coudie : Draitl 1 pair of Mill Rockbsud j ,) .' \ Lace Bed Spreads, riiTrl.ti. 1N..nd
aid Tnfena to'free- 1erse! *The lovely BO youn 'ir Doylres
Atitbon and Bullion
.object jslo doom wait.'s Ret r'peet.w-mi-ftninilly: 1 of Daniels' best Straw Cutters,. Piano ThibetMaitis c + 4Lbnr.
i igtged Called hence by early ;> corei a, :
httcr -
robs novr vblo the i Cla sieal Series, LMin Greek lLTi.L French Ginmmar 1 sett of Blacksmith's Tools, -- <, ,,01.taprO4aprJLHtj. ;> !
from Englaud'3 | to ShOW how sweet a flower $. furniEdeing P1".
! in The Eastern- War,. Britain t Jut CAine would bloom." and every article in the stationery line Gold nr*! SteiPw 1 3'-inch Bellows, SWIM, Mull, Jaconet, Cambric andnJHoiiiy.f Bid.tf"* p& >
In Paradise uici *
and beseeches the PrehIeii *. Letter, Cap and Paincy and Noe Pajier, \v it 15 good Turn P1wy.. '" d Imwtinjc nd nmi cii ] rIVj } 3pnAproo
Ijncn JH
ease *
alarmed, in death! IK % trimmed) ((5a\i.4ftll.' lienaa.
seriously Ireland froi And bow lovely she looked even Envelopes to suit. Ulank Books coniprisiosf Ledger 12 Svfceps, red'IIpm iae1t lSlK dand IflM White and
Checks. own
to take Want, measures to save countenance calm an 4 soriiing indicating the deep.siremty ,Journal. Record, Gush, Inoice awl Pass Bimkf, Diirof'SO -.. 1 lii1 of Shoyrls 3c' oters, Sugar Kettles, Axe; Linen Camb. Hdkfc und ready --TOid. JShirt fbwapjf "* %1"1A ll4'IIand.iws4lqog.Ifr

4he Irish. and joy of the spirit just escaped to its burr -Hanking Cases 1'urtfio'Oi1 Paintings. HaiperV Hoes, Trace Chains Collars, lames. Bolts, Tap C91iarS1eevppp {{iun use. KercePWns4heru Kigbts' Ot-

CATTLE. The fattest cow on th, in: the skies. AB I looked upon ber, ao.true.it seen subscribers Magasiuo sohcittd.Jt-ceivcd ipoctlily J.by McDOUGALL.mnil. and year! Screws ntioned.TtttMs, Chains. Ox Yokes, and other articles nonu large eelection.of the Litest: eijles *f ftuipure, ibergs, DetudM. TwilC, j11.gro IThinkets, Bed do.

HEAVY Sliced and Miltese Collars, English and v Jeans, SbirtiFrencli. Green Bab<
exhibition ( th< ed that November, 10, I8. 45 12 math's credit notes with Honitiin- '
Boston says *
round in the pprovesccuiity .Emb'd. Collars and Cheriwicrtes, M mnrng, } Plain and Plaid.U.etdWhk. and Orer }'f.
Wight 2,500 pounds, and is onh Death lies on her like an untimely frost bearing. 8 per cent interest from date. and -Sleeves.] t- 4 neti, CassimereErnbrwtl *flJ8tfbsL'

1.'ranscnPt sof) The largest.ox ,. 5 years oldInd Upou the sweetest flower of all the RM." A. B, CLARKE, R. H. BERRY, Auctioneer. Collars VEILS-Ofj every kind and variety. 'c
age. November 3, 1S55. 44 7w Seulin
[
the hearts. Mouruflu thought copy.
Tins huge an.ma Sad indeed are parents TAILOR
weight 2,760 pounds MERCHANT Bonnets a hIs1assd Gwrssy.pjn, aS .
and is valued crowd their minds. Dark and cold is the won!<
asuredOfootin girth, ame upon DHVLKK ix Hi\nv MADE Cr.oTiiiNo AMJHNTLKMKN'S Notice. Of Fashionable winter styles ofEnElishspj Swiss r .. '
of oxen are aboii aud sad and dj eary is all -without. A cloud hang China Pearl. Hair and f /
t Rutland \
fccaue pair GOODS.T Straw Belgrade, ,
The ( FpRMsitiNO K of an 01 den of the Honorable J. Waylt ,
6500. pursuance A 64 cf Groti Je Oer.o.ti
driuk bitter I Satin Straw.-l.nce gr supply itej *
awl
weighs 2,550 pounds cnchand aver them. They a cup. LacO'uFttui, Plain. Fancy f *
Baker of Court cf the Middl '
of ag>, TOW receiving at the well known old stand joi Judge the.Circuit lists for4n.'iOC14lL1, eItSIIPpAIt*. t4b
,5 years alued atOO. "There's a mournful shadow upon my heart, i.\ merly occupied by Claik t Stillmnn a gtnen Circuit of the State of Florida, the underpinned. Ac 63| -ics. Chum Pearl and French Lace i i r- !
Pvlka SHoods.
are And j>. deep, dark shadow upon my brow, assortment Superior Ready M .

Tfcc indications arc that freights will contin And a darker cloud o Vr the future hangs Goods, Cloibs, Cassime'res, Yestmgs, &c., eon defended, will sell nt public outcry to the highest bit G nU.R y and Srvzrfti l.f.a.
In Nev And RiwMem iny life with its denseness now ; articles tier, before the Court House door in Tallahassee, o Ribbons and Trimmings. }
rule high during the ; .ae to bushels cf Graii Butthe-brightboT*of promise is arching the skies, Fine Black Dress Frock Coats. Monday the 3d day of December next, the followin A rich asnrtnntofBnnnete, Sitsh tnd eltRib apts Atrrmy, Navr. Blue, BhcV/OIA d laWiSialk*
York, on Friday, 45,000 It i 18 folding Us wiiura'sound the gloomy slirouJ, Black and Col'd Single Breasted Frock an lands belonging to said estate, to wit: the E. \ of thX h.-n of thev&yNits ..styles Winter ti4min s Uf "l< '- u ** *r

were taken nt 91 2 a lid., closing at tin And I feel, 0 1 1 feel though ny pathway*"is dark Business Coats, W'. 4 1 <>f section 32, wi Township 2, Raiure twtNotth Moire Antique, Broch Bugle., Fig'd. Velvet, l' uah c ", V _

highest rate ; 809 bales Cotton to Havre at 1 c There's a silvery lining ty very cloud. Fancy Cus>iinere lo. do. d and East: iu the County of Leon and State < and Velvet, Watered, Fringe Edge and Silk EmbU.in Boots and Shoes., < ::,.'. _

per Ib. and sundry other engagements n i IDA'S (;LtvP. Black and Colored Cloth Ovtrooats, FUiid Terms one half ras.li and the balance Velvet tc. Fringes, White and Cold.Ostrich Plumes ) Boot*. Shoes, )Rnsaetfs, Gsitm, Sfipper* JpXII _

rale's. By the latest account in soft Black Doeskin Pant twelve month*, with approved seeuii'.y. Hod athcra, Bitdnl Wreathes, Green llos Leaver at all prices and of nary size'for LadieJ.'Gtttf? ChJ-
sweet ,
equally good In this spot repose Pauls SOLOMON ILLS, Adrift de heals non. andand "* "
Liverpool Fancy and Col'd Casssimere Rose Bud French Bunches, Swans Down.Blaek vdn n and Seryaut *
Cotton to tleanst
qf mother's grille-
Orlean freight Is laid
from New a Black and Fancy bilk Vests, November 3d, 1855. 41 CoVd Girdles, Wreaths Tubs, Ac, Swan Victo- ( --
waked lif
had to -,
long
had advanced to 7-Sd A flower,not ; Velvet U<>. Carpetingj. .
And li igbt, and beauty,ere it died ; Fancy rines. I
wisdom hath recnlled do. Cnss. il(). CaBhmerea, Lost or Mislaid.A Mantles and Talmas. lofcnfin atj-1 l'breepiy Carpet Drtgget. OZIJOjIs 1'
his
God in .
letter received by th- steamslii White ilarsnilles do. D. B. 0 far Table and Flour. Mmtflg.CheuiflJe & _
A private The boon hIS bve bad given, NOTE of baud payable to the uudvrsigned, f( a 'Itpedrv
precious Martha Tal-
selection of the most elegant ,
I Africa states that it is thought that, thougl And though the:casket moulders] }hi-re, -ALSOA l So, hire t>f nogio buy Philip, payable Januar A- large ciLugsCisrpetBiniiugWorted) aud Cottoa Du.xaaik
of all the
the Hon. John Y. Mason, U. S. minister t< Tke it tparUtng nine in Jlmven.JOSEPHLTS fine assortment of c>lml&.Coll.us Cravats, BUcl I st. 1&5C, and sipped by John H rrJDjf.E.llemingtoi icas and: Cloaks I of tbe I latest Pansuraistyle*. liMnii f., Curtaii,. L.Xrt and Tasseb luf CurtaJua j
gin Mfxicaulnlrafts.
ANDERSON. White and Ctilorvd, Kid and Silk Gloves, self adju- F. II. Flagg, II. L. H. Hodgson. All pre vailing colors and shapes. ;> -| *<
France, has been much enfeeWed by his lat lug-Stocks. Cotton and LU-iino Under-shirts JcauDrawor trading for the personsaicautioneij.'asaiii't < dc Diodie, Rachel, Capnce, Ejlautiue, Moire Auti'ju.S C ckery. -
: same.
5tli 1855. n 'ynei
Nov. p
attack of paralysis, his intellect is not in th Tallahassee, '. Brown, Fancy. Cotton, and Lisle TlueaJ has been stopped. W. N. SAUXDEHS. Velvet and Empress and Cloth. > B ChigIS. frOO5t4fle C+tnt, rWa GjMt BJii. 1

least impaired. He.btands very high will Died in this ci'y on lion dny,5th iu&tAXNABEIAoungest Hose. White nnd Colored Cambric Handkerchief*, nof November 3, 1653. 4t-4 i. Gloves, Hose, &o. san, French and ooninaon Stoa.-'WaTe. ; .
the llev. E. L. '1'. and Mary which offered to the public on reaorble. tern '
-the French court daughter of are Ladies' and Gcuts' Silk, Wool nod Linen Gloves, $ Hard '
,
oifered in this Marker!:
Blake, aged 1 year arid 5 mouths. and warrantexl as good as Circular Saw Mill Agency. Gauritlets. Silk Mitts, La(1ieumL1ackWh1te nl Jired -r -

KANSAS EMIGHATINS SOCIETY.-Atamcel4ng The sweet little one who has thus in its innocenc Call November and xaiiiine.10, 1855. -16Wauksenah fTHC undersigned' has the azrency for the sale < Silk C0tt'i and Wool hose, Children's Worsted wd Pocket Krives, Kmru'sal Cirvq-Kavr.,

of the citizens of this city, yesterday, s and stainless purity been gently removed from tli 1 .. W. Ifcn'ick's Improved Circular Saw Jlills Cotton Hilt?, OCilts' J1O5O ofall kinds, Black and Fancy Draw Kmv.s, Planes,

Temperance Hall, over \\hich Gen. Bcthun arms of lo\ing pareuts, ceasing to be a suffering cl'l Academy. O'i-lii of three sizes for 42. 48 and 52 or 54 in( Vet Cravats Gents, Stocks Linen and and Tks Silk, Ladieas'Hdkfs. 4ients'silk and Wool%Vool Silk Blind Fasteners, Fenri s Warranted js., Coflie's .j

sand Capt Lomax presided,n constitution, &c of eartb, has become a glorified spit.fn the ParaJis T"\7 n, the Trustees of Wanki-inili Aca Spnzn? B.dane.a, Tea trap, :iJalier. ,n4
improvements over Page" traroUitr
the of an eniigra'ting ""'tis the work of (Jut fto announce that wi bive, entjiKed Mr JOIL > Cbnina. Mahogany KeSh1ncipiiga Ftid.g,
to organization above and although inaay A
preparatory ; Patent in use. The cost is about ?300, *?.5 Ladies' Dress GOOdS. Welf Encketi
< FM-eilob. Pataf Sstf lrsxs. Ti.
M l (be UuiviT-itieaof Gl.i :.'ow anEd.n < *
We have 1!. viii: :, A ,
company, was adopted. nc hour, and of nany a prayer to bring the heart Lie jburg, ':5 Prineipil; ; llvit he bas Lad lng exu i iiicuco and ?150 for various sizes, according extra cairiag Beautiful Silk Robes, and Dress Patterns, ri.in 'and Spudes. A tlaPonk Bash"Cord, .Uot&e.-gad

learned the paiticulsrs of its provisions. 1 from an infant gone," yet ia it a duty lo bow in sa m teacbii'i, and, is intin'.ifly aequa nted wit Ac. For further particulars apply to Brocade, Black, White, Fancy andSaUn.PlaSUUro<.Ie Manilla Rope, Rfle od.S>ot-Qnni, Ban*, ahwjaib.

Committee of seventy citizens of this city am bet choc rful submission to a ratbv.rs will and to pain the uiofrt ilmroi. b. .uppr-ov.d and accepted nifxle < DANIEL LAD!). ithirie, Poult dn Sth' Gro Grain, Turk Satin Elk. A Jatton Ch'ds,also alot if Bactajls. ,lIol1oE.agr;
whose duty it is madit to fchoars Newport, Fla, November 3, 1655. 44 rand Moire Silks, Wool Plaids, Dc. Wroughtai1se. I. r ,
county, was appointed, spirit, The Lord gave and the Lord bath take instruction wbetlur in reference very younar mour Antique
to aid the organizatioiin or the more ndrirncid of which the state of e< ntment Lames Feb Mrinoa, Printed DeLalues, Casehe, Cbai ; j
the Lord. Favorewe
subscriptions the of
solicit blessed be name Pro Bono Publico. Wi1.ow W &
;> : 8.I O1O3
> CoL AlfreiIvorsou way and education in S \>tlari'l, jire fntj, one of tli lies, Persian Twills, Printed Cashmere, Bereges and j ,
carrying out its purposes. th those who have children en the other shorn best x=*ruples! arflOiit the nati<>n The locality mon FIRST VESSEL FOR CHARLESTON. Tissuus, Brocade Feb Merino, Colored Silk Velvet,? Shell Ivory Horn and RttLber Combt; .Cfetb apd _

,addro6sed the meeting, showing < Their ransomed soulo serve as silver cords to detaehe oreroftUe school and neiglilxirbood} is uncxception; 4:; nEBrig AuVla, Byers Master, Sailed fro White -Berefc-e and il. de Lame, French Chintz. Earl-\ hair Brushes, Dress ShTeld, Plain and fan y. Ihrttooa,

necessity of action on the part of the Souti [ heart from earth and to attract its gushing nfTe< ble; but it pteseuU, that nndnl.iting variety of eoui Cbarlcstoii for this port on Saturday las Stan Ginghams, Plain und Fig'd ATpuca,FIur nce and \1'ortnioais&tiket* Paiot'and Varfii bBro h-

lo encourage emigration from the slave States towards their blissful abode. D. try wbici! is pk-aainsr to Lire mind and healthy to tlib Sh: will lo.>d for thn public generally, without ditinction Marceline Silk Canton Cloth. A large supply of Aes, SiLrer Thimbles, Cologne. Eatracta, Faocyoilamerican

and desirable territory,-r-Colwn jOn3 this
to new DIED on Fii.hy, tha 21 inst, ADALAIDE ELl to coir.c toid be olucatcdilb our children.TKKMS one. come nil and engage your freiuht. D. LADD. for making Mantilhu, also a nice assortmeDtof Second / Spoons and forks; Castors. Patent .cofl** Boaatora

bus Sun, Oct..25. ABETH the only daughter of Francis and Anu Eliz OF TtlflOV I'KE: SFION'! Ne' IVit, Nov. 3, Ibo5. 41 Mourning Goods, and a large stock of other < l'atent.leatber BeIts.cocal tod jet N.ckac.wvst.

------ --- -= I'ayne, aged eleven months and tao daj s.Vcep nrjarents Jletalc, Sowing BTrdaFancy Baskets, Cloth.Ham-
Provisions in New Orleans, Oct27. for child, f>r Jtsus ewid Suffer littllnlJren Orthography[ Reading, Writing anJ For Sale Rent JJry Uooas. }ipers. Pamted'cedar and oak pails au>4 Tuba.WeI
;Pjii8 of : to come your unto inc. ion of such is tbe LingJot Arithmetic,. . . . . . . .SlO 0 or Black and fancy C<>K Cass'mers. Cloths, CashmaJ J Buckets Game 11isDuIis Rabb Suva SuJ Paw,

$S.50 f huaveu." Your baa is her eternal gain. Tbeoviih Giograpbv; (iiitintu.tr, 4 COTTAGE BUI LTD WELLING HOUS meLts, Curtain Damas, Emb'd Curtains, Turkey Red,'Lemon Squeezers; and Gun Cape 1 1CROCERlE

Superfine Hour. 83.25 a and IlM.-rv. . . . . . . 11 0 1 .z1LL 1'n good repair, with n good veil of wat
Extra *' $9.50 a $10.00 Angel thou Last plumed thy picions, With' Belb-s Li-ttrt-v A=tiin"pyNitural tttened, bcin the first Lou c West of TLomaa Hn, :

.Bacon Sides. IJUc a 135 Far too pure on earth tn stay ; Plal '-oj !by u il hay-i"l luv... . 10 0 war-1, T.-a. For inforination, inquire cfJOHNM.WAAS. .
shall Satan's minions
Shoulders llc a 12 Never more With Lutin Outk, Mut!. thee from God ti stra-. Sugar ,
Tempt thy . . .. . C" ( tuve7nhgr -
44'jFresh
10 and! Mr.tl I'i-ilo9o.h| ;, 3. 185ff. Candies Nuts Cra-kera Pickles Worcester Mustard CurfanU
Hams 11 c a Sttleratus, Candles, Soap. Sha-l. Sauce, ,
DiM t ber residence Gads joUr French ull I D.aw nj ext ra.. . . .. 10 0TL Tamarinds LlJIaases
Lard, 11e a 121 near Quicry. < en Rice. Yeast Powders, Starch, Olives, Vinegar, Syrup, Potash. White Lead.Putty, Boiled!
Pork bbl. S21.:>0a 22.00 y, Florida, on the 13th ot October, Ni.. MAEV v aar U divided into two e 'i'ins of five r.i nth and Haw Linseed oil, Lard oil, Elephants do. Ciutof.oil, Powder and Shot, Tabaceo, Snuff Maccaroni, V rAc. -
Mess per ife of Major John W. Cowart. acti. Tii fir1- ginning on tli-: Sib < t Uet"lir an Lot of Rice on the wny from Cbalcnton for sa indilhi, October"27.1855. 43.w
Primo $17$ a -. Petersburg (Ya.) Intelligencer please copy. eii-iing in February ; the seeEl.l 1 begnrii'ig! \%jilt Mjrc \ low by wlloIesal4by D. LAD!. -- --

Sagar,.. 4 c a 6 mid ndiii. in .Jal New IVrt, Nov. 3, 1855. 44 I Notice.

Molasses gal.,. 25 c a 30 R'turd svr mo-itb, torn eirht It ten dull.irTh GOODS.TOWL.E :
.
per "Scott's Little Giants." Academy -us on tbe l:.tli in't. Circular &. Upright Saws. ALL. persons indebted td the inbacriber 'for (b*
Whiskey,.. ... -33: J c a 31&Qpo op
Wa'jk-t-oahNo\, 1 1655, 4,'-4w t c CO. arid Welch J fc Giiffeth Circular Sai & MYERS 1854, are requested to call and settle their
N as'wrtmetit of ciz<." of the abvi- Superior COR! ,
. Oc a 1C % HOE cash other i
1 iccouuta by or e,before the lit day of
AND COB CRUSHERS, from the lUltimorilaoufacUry 46, 43 and 52 iuch sizes, ou band and train i now receiving by recen
India : 14 ARE November, the unsettled accounts ,.ftliis data will b
Bagging,. 13jc a D. LAD *
kept constantly ou band aud fur e in the band of dfficefflT
placed *
an collection. It i isilso
Wauufacturer' prices. New P wt, Kov.3.l 855. 44 and well selected stock ufW.alches.atid
le6eien in th
mak f
GOOD chanoe to r
.Price In Tallahaxsee Nov. 9. 1 A up requested? that those indebted for tfiepfeaent year
-
HOPKINS & MEGINNISS.
/i. Ci'tton crop, by taking a job fur fencing th Jejvelry, will call and close their acccranU by fS'otfc-orCaib before
'&iperfine Flour$1O.OO a 11 November 10, 1855. 4 -4w Plank Road from tbe Pin-y Woods into TallahassoFr Notice to Contractors. Consisting of gentlemeu's gold hunting levers, Jadief the 1st day of January next, to avoid cost and

Extra . S 1 1.00 a 12BaconSileg '.m4 to 5 miles rf quired.Plantefi EXtXEEt'S OFFICE, PKNBACOLA A>JB Geo. R. R ) mild levers, silver lever, hunting, anchor. lepine arxiqunrtiet expense of adit. TilOS. f. RANDOLPH.

,. .. 15 c aS1iuItiers Botanic Garden and Nurseries. out of work f.'r a fe'w weik?, x\bo have TALIAHASSEE, November 1st, 1855. ) Watches ; Cameo, Mosaic, Coral and all guI October 20,1835. 42-4. ,/ :
1- fl PRINCE & coFIiis!. gotnl f. (.'l.l: f"t.! \\ill ui!< vrell to lid miritte! : necklaces, and
13c 14 'mzYoik *" EALED PROPOSALS will be received at thofllee bottom pals and earrings, gold jet crosses
... . a
.g-; v will send to nppioant! wh'x'ncloip j.rop"Ftl: uhat tbev till d<> it f-ir per n ile; job to b -'T, for thf Grubbing, Clearing, GraIuatiol'restle bosom pins and lockets fur hair and daguerreotypes Potatoes, OnidQa, A'ppJ a.-

11 15 c a ally of the Catalngucv <.{thir Unriv.i.d let "nt at o! re. Plaoke l portion of the Koadpourse < Bridgcing; and Culvert Masonry, ac'lthe'fu ; gold otni>bair braowjfts; a largo asot tuient ol FEW DBI$. ACK1andMg ftos Myk..D

Lard,. .. 15 c a 16MessPork.25.OO .- llctioi of Tree and Plauts if it i ia state-J \\haa'i free for Contractor tfi Imul ou. Timber can b r.icbing the Cross Tic, for the 1st Division oftbIVn hoe plain, diamond,-ruby, pearl and-g rn t, 26.00 i iij defiud.NovetnUr hal \\iibfu 3 or 4 miles of the line of the Road l lea'Lnr Tallaha rings gentlemen' diamond pins
a acola and Georgia Rail Road, between cornelian finger ; ; dwpo-rt;October IS, 1856, -- 41T :
Prime . . .$22.O0 a 10. 1S55. 15 ft.wards New Port. Fmec to be t.-n rails bigl fee anil! Madison, from the 10th to the 17th Decenber sleeve buttons, plain, cameo, onyx and corueliun; a :
well put up and of usual good mnteriil.D. variety.of btian, fine gold, vest, fob and guard Gentlsmen's
next. great Trimmings.NDER'SIII .
.. . 10 12MoIasses .
11t. c a LADD President.
b Buckwheat, .AUo for the t>d Division of the Road, bctwecMacliton J chains seals, keyi, geld and slyer pen and pencil cases RTS of snj 'Wool Cotton

,.. .. . .i c a PER WEST WIND" .FROil NEW YORK.i New Port, November 10, 1855. 45 and A'ligator' from the 20th January to tli1st and gold, silver kud steel spectacles, gold and silver Drawers, A ; "" ; &a- ""

Whiskey,.. .. . 48 c a February nextPLans thimbles. -
Bbls. Buckwbc.it. In Leon Circuit Court Linen boaoim-fl Shirts, a gre&t ririety,both plate 1 1cy ia. -
Rope,.. . . . l2ca 12 :I:S 24 Quarter Lb1s..1Juekwht. la Chancery. and Profiles of the respective Divisions wibe Fine Cutlery and Gaps. and-ruffled. T --S -

Indi& Ihgging,. .. 18 c a ALSO IhcoJore Turnbull and Caroline his wife, exhibited at this office ou and after the 10th D< Dinner and breakfast knives without 'krkknives Calico, cnere<%srpeJhfr fw -

r*. cember and 2.0th January. And the Prpoals will I and Iirks in setts, carvers and steel single, fine pocket Heavy Hiek*ry SSirts, :- -' ,
l Bales India Bagciug Cmnria, Samuel, Rklmnl, James, Tl>eo- opened on the 17th December for the !st.Pivisio '
and fine flocblebarrelled Rank *
cutlery, shears, scissors razors; Super Oaarittcb P
Gotten Market 40 li-JXts assorted Tobncco, lore. Julia June, Caroline, Lydia, John Hid 011 the Ibt February (he.2d.Division. laminatccttiteel and stub twist coma Book. Do Skin Kid and Cloth Oloyi- I
guns ; :-- ** 4
1 and Itead .Laecc ind Decimus.Turnbull. JEN will be dmded into sections about
Keg Rough i. The work on
TALtin.sE; NOT ember 10, ISSS.- ormx-Tb< mon guus, shot pc>ucbes of various"patterns, flue and Silk Pccket HdkfA, Linen Cumbria do. --. *,*
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For sale K. II. 13ERRY. convenience of biddets.Stockholders .
by of a Decree made in fritl cause on th mile in length to nit the and '
pnr-nanee fl.iaks cleaning rodaEiys Travelliu Shawl, Collars
three days last pwt baring been very Inclement, to Loverabcr'-lO other bi common powder caps ; Brwea.Stocks -,--
1855. 45 of
will have the ( '
of f November. 1855, I will offer for i-ile. u preference raaT
day
wa.d wad cutter, and materials for g uswiUs. thing;in tlU Jiu Jhat caU bft vast to.
getker with the exceeding low pijees, he transaction: public auction, iu Talluha-, on the ltdav (>(Jnn'yISoC !ers at the same bid. All contractors except Stock kndidgfrohi: .the brft? '.Mystic, nrif for' tale of .
ami Plated Ware. conrs
in Cotton baye bean to a very limited extent for tb< Groceries Groceries to the highest bidder, the li'llowiny; de'.crbeAnd. joldeis, will be required to take: .1 part of their pit Silver ; McSrAUGHT O SOM).

week the sales net amounting to 200 bales. Noeoorgh arrived per West Wind: viz: I'IieV 1. of lie S E J of Section 2*>, niuJje '11 Stock, preference being given to those who wi! Silver table desert and tea spoons silver forks, soup NewportOetobar18.18g5; ,' -41 :T-
JUST 1U. Cod Fish, N K J of Section 35, in Town-hip 2, Ringe 3, Bfc .ake the largest amount. t and cream ladles, butter and pickle knives, pateaj -
been doue to authorize us to give reiiabli SOqunrter: bbls and Idtl's Mackerel, K, containing 240 aci e*more or le*(. Tlie said Ian'ii11 WM. H. GRIFFIN, Chief Engineer. j I forks aid spoons, waiters, castors, cake and fruit b8I .. Tobacco.AFJJfjfe -1

quotations, but we
Isz.z--But little has been dune in this arti 10 do Mess Shad, Ire purchaser to give bond an 1 *oruritv, for the pun Masters Sale.BY butter, sw'ar. apJ cream dishea, ctmber and parlor aswrtmept rarlotfi approved braad .

eto during the season. A few bales coVi this.veck &1 1 crate Ooioo", base rioner. ROLLING BAKER : virtue of a decree of th Circuit Court for Leo 'candlesticks, saltcellars, boqnet'Holders, card and Club them and Bub "Strwart'i," Watt' era* Ancb f.Jockej .
25 bbls ilerccr Potatoes, Special Mater m Cbanccry. County, iu a cause \vlieretu Patrick Smith, AdniniRtrator'of t Slower baskets, and brittannia ware. Rough and R ady. Also,a few cafes -

-from ft to 16}. .-firkins Goeheu Butter, November, 10, 1855. 45fn tbe) Estate of Naibnn H Jt, deceaseiin I MIacclIoueons .,).LlicIes. sale 18U5 brand" Lauding froto bn? Mystic, and'fur

E1ooLE A-Hcnt. Cotton Bmkers. 20 boxes Cheese, other are Cotnplainafitfl.and Bartlett Q Holt an.ithers. Ladus tcticules, satchela, work boxes, pearl,Berlin by5 iob tO McNAUOIfl'' SS. 4ORMOKD.Kewport0 .-

20 kegs and boxes Buckwheat, Chancery. In the Circuit Court of tin the minor heirs of said Nathan Holt,deceased,arIcfendunt iron, and morocco port monaies, pearl card cases, coral r 41

J 10 cases Tobacco. Fiddle Circuit of Florida for Leon County, *,!will offer for sale at public outcry before thJourt beads, coral necklaces apd. armlets,jet bracelets, -

10 biAs Crumbed Sugar, Lewis T. Sharps and others, "] House door in Tallahassee, on the first Mondajn necklaces,and bosom pus, napkin rings hair and tooth Onicma.4BU --
5 do Granulated do, vs. I IToteph I December next, the following described lands sitii.ted brushes, hat revivers, shell buffalo. India rubber and. 1 LAd CHISpNI -- ipezf.ur1tEERny. *

JPOETOFST.ITARKS.ARRIVED 3 do Powdered do, B. Christie, Adtn'r with the ViVill in Leon Count belonging to the Estate of sail ivory combs, china and,was dolls razor.'strop apt! /U"4ftr'dry areaJr'sale b .

20 sacks Rio Coffee, annexed of Lewis M. Saunders, | Jatlian Holt, deceased, vU: The K i of the S W money bvlta cigar'ca'es, feather uusU-rs ''prfildr and .

% 5 do Loguira Coffee ind others. j f Section Ifl) ; the } i of tbe.N W i, the S W i of th.B d-tor bells, bobemi .n glass and china vases and t>4akets. October !0, I855 42 ,,
Hov.l. Brig J. 0. Anderson. Handle, few York 6 do old gov. Java Coffee, r E the N E of the S E 4, theN W oftlie S B .1 terra cotta vases and pitchers, perfume bottles,
Bark West Wind.Saunders,New York., .1 case Hvson Tea, [N pursuance of a Decree rendered in said cause, on he S W .1 1 Section 80 ; theE i of N W i of Sec. 8 1 jewel caaes,eentr suspension and Rid*- lamps, lampshades Cluth .curd Jfer ey*< -
2. Ocean Eagle, Greenman, Boston. boxes Starch the 3d day of November, 1 855, 1 will offer for ealcit 11 in Range three North and East a WILSON DOW'
10 Township iwo, chimney a and wicks, violins and bows guitars. u ptha large -
Brig Wetuiflpka,-,Kcw'York.CLEARED 5 bbls AlunonJc, public auction in the city of Tallahassee named, on the first outlining in all five hundred and twenty acres, mon banj tambotninw.. arcnrdcoos cfarlnneta, flutes% and DAVID of -'. --

boxes Sardines and lay January, 1856. the following n'grse,, lo*". fine GeutspkiJand
200 Js $s, Saunders doenedviz r fifes guitar and'violui strings, cologne and other fspcy ,
the estate of Lewis IL *
,, ". JfoT.!. Schr. Eliza! Ann. Lee, Apakchiccla.B 10 dozen Ind *Sebr..n4e.5tio1ntAT1aeLi :. 6 bbls Apple and Cider Vinegar, : Abner, Betsey, ,Claiborno. Alobe Qitalmeiita payable,iu one and two years, with inter Watches and jeweh-y,repaired promptly Andin the f .I* k cloth and ilaccaroni 7risei'la' Mary, George, Davy, and st at edit,fiom date with a lien on the lams "Solid and '' *
_- -- <=, -*,rw,-York, lib 744 bales 2 boxes in Leon Coun- eight per beet manner fancy; tweed,Yesta- -
? cotton. 1 bale deer skinvl LbLbcegwax, 1 box mdze., CO bags assorted sizes Shot, land belonging to paid estate, lyirg security. HUGH ARCHER. Jr., October 20, 18B5. 42 ." .* 4 eilk. '. "* *V w
lescottoa '1 Lhd. mdzc. Gun Powder y, consisting of 10 acres more or less. Master in Chancery ', Black Satfu >" >l "*'*
JJ* yarn O bUs spt tur- 10 kegs sold b and the land for ;
will be for
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-"ypeatirje, 7 boxes tobacco-! ble xrooL'Bark 25 boxes Star Candles, The Negroes ca Nevomber 3, 1855. 44Master's -; Cloth frock and l drew'Wt*. "_ *"
'in cash, and the bal.nee -
1 Ocean. Eagle Oreeuman-1 New Orleani. 10 do Spcruiiceti Candles, >ne third of the purchase money thereafter secured WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, Twe d anJ.'easwa Ta i -
in three*' annual inFtHlments Sale.Y *
VESSELS IN 1XUT, .2 boxes Saleratus, Linen VoraShiH,;,
Barks AeaFisb, Wolf ; West Wind, SauoJers. 4 kegs Potash jy a mortgage on the property.BOLLING BAKER, virtue of a decree in Chapcerv of tlje :31st Octo F'1ZL. 14 MerIoUtidet.biii' : -' ?

_j _n a Falpe: 3 bbls Table Salt In bags, Special Hatter in Chancery. 'bet, 1854. ins cause therein Edward A. Willejnd MA>CF/cTfKiru COT PKHTIJI AND SiiEE-r TMSIIk 'i

.JBrig J.O. Aoderaoo. lUodlc; Wetumpka.Schrv 4 kezs Scotch Snuff in bladders, November 10, 1855. 45 others are ComplaiuanU and Arvah Hopkins TROX WASK, WnotESALE AND" RETAIL -'S 5Lir -t-. *14'
Fleet Wind, Davis;'Arlington, furcb.r. 10 doz. R. R. MHlsiJuuff! in bottles. Ldmiuibtratni ot Zachnriah Jerkins, deceased, is Deeudunt Also a Tire
PLAIN FANCT AND JAPANNED
._ All which are DOW in store, and va cordially invite Notice. I will expose at public outcry before the DEU.EK ix Kewys'aml Negro Clothi, ti

Tery body to call and examine e our stock before pur- lourt Houde in the city of Tallahassee, on Monday WAKE. Franklin and,Cbocttnr ftripe.

LuLhir Case of Fever and Agne Cured. basing elsewher! Rest assured we will give you tbeheapest "pHIRTY days after the first publication of tbia be 3d day of December next, the following described -' .4s. -' Maccljesttr &ndarjes '. .. ;. .-

t A tfw days ago we recorded an astonishing sort of bargains. Jnotice, the undersi ued, natural guardian of hiautint wd to wit: E4 N. E.i. Sec.16T.2, R. 2, N. RJaoic
cure of Fever and AgiM by Lbs -u.e of Dr.M'Lane'n BROOME i SHINE. chilJreu, F4U'n. Ann, Duncan J. and John I i S. E. J, Sec 9. '1'. 2, R 2, N. & B ; E i N. W.J, A- SPLENDH) aswrtoient of Cooking..Parlor llarloo' "> plains,. '" 4i*. j

-Llyefnils. "We bave now another mention, viz: -Not 10, 1855._3w-45 J8ent.[ ,will apply to UH Hon.J..W vlei Baker Florida,Judge ;ec.9.TJR.2N.&E; W i N.E.4See.OT.2lt Td; X and'Wood-Stovwj trimmed with at4iM Jeff.S.: ILQsnaburgs, 'I d
Circuit of
fMr.Skarpe, Madisonbnrgb, trbostates, that f r the Circuit Court of the Middle N. i E; S.W..4O/& W.J.Sec. 10, T.2, R. S..N, and durability, at reduced prices. Ltts je1 ., -For u!. h'v, ? ui

*bebi4lAb rpa'ppderaTeryMy uttac ;, cf Ague BatandCaps.IUBFieedvedper t ndiridtid his office interest in Tallahassee of said infant authority children U ra>, the sell. Mwirtg the :E ; SW..i of' K. W, 4,'Sec..10. T.'2 R..2. |T.iB.s Out.DoorWork.Roofing. : ., .: I DA1flw1Tha.

xnd f u& wa i oa restored by the nse of these West Wind: s IT. \of8.WSec. 1OtItLN.&E. ton- w 'i1!.'
gruff situated in the of Leon OrnamcDtal Front Heads : ?
T reJ estate County Guttering Copper
I ::
Black Wool Hats ) and the of
:9 6 cases i&u440 acres, lying being in County
TOla Mr.SJAfpn lsO erprwcs an topttuon. foorufedon 4 -: 'Wbke o-.wit : The Webt half of, the Southwest quarter of( Terms Cash. H0GH>RCHKR, Jr., and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead Sheet -flaiUmore..RoeUli

obserratJon, inatjUlfrIf* Pills are the best for 3 *' Glazed Cap, ectionihirty-one.(31)( I)' Township two, ((2,)Range one, eou.- Master in'Cbancery. Zinc, Lead P>P *> Patent' Cistern Pump Shop irk ALBB1H.:
.billions compbimfr VreripQertd in his section of coun- at otk&* iA'by ,RILBrny.
:tft. 5''l -< Wbfch. we offer for sale on terms to suit pur basrs.BROOME I,) North' andWesst.- ,November Z, 1855.l 4i o(eyery? TaqetyjiloDe '
WILLIAM BOUIE.
A.Tthoogh Veg-tewTT U
"ihrontetsaes of fiep tie derangement, or diseasea of r 10, 1855. 45-8w [Sent'kXIX8'iaart6dt 1868. 4w- t4.;. New Goods.r Are respectfully invited togvtbatrog } aiIbeoe'pnr..

the liver, the ptopd tots.of Dr. M.Lane's Pills were ,& roceived'my soppb oFali *nd Winter els wb re. -' -

.1 ,fc t pr par 4 MT the frtqoemt. bat grtifylng evidence -Na1la. Notice. 1 L Goods ((by h\te (Irrivals! from New York, Baltimore & .N
Us feaeralotiEy and ouraUira.'c padtjr. Jo tbii rep ;just received,' and in store, ad.Ne priean ,)'aiKi ofler them to the public od as best material and i warranted durably. No other arUde : Black; Oa$ raKra Hta,< .
i.' -tpeet, this JpFtinabk mediciae'! Las exceeded'tbeir Vtiforsaleby VROOIE5tSHIN. By virtue of an order of the Honorable. ,Wayl a ood terms aa'any'iouse IB the city. In the stock iambracel will-be offered for aalft. $* -
Court of the Middle
of the Circuit 42
nest*&D uine cxpeeuUwos, and induced them to hope November 10. 185. 45-8w [Seut. Judge ey/try/ yjarjety pf Dry Good Grocerjes, October?' -Ot18S5.' -_ A :t.a i'V$4., u-
the adouaistrator ofie
of Florida undersigned,
that it will be introduced into tiiV 'ircuit n. ,
UM3it b. For dw Ladies I bav
every f&rIIIj1a hardware, 'Crockery- and of Daniel O'Cain, deceased, will sell atqblic
.Whiskey RopQ. Estate ;
JSUk .
< in Tallaassee. beautiful assortment of Embroideries,Lace ia Setta, oP4RmGIE; .
before Court.Jloueo/Joor
t'PIreI23er$ wilt * December the
of
the 3d next
aut Londny Jay t- t
Crttt oil .
AixD larciuTltU and L .25OOO Iba. Ibis market
: take none else. 0. LKentocky Rope, and lathe iost spleadid Silks ever bionghtto '
situate lying being L'C
real mutate
c1hit
Tbere are otherDOTt1oreth. a tobel4ver Pills, saJe'n consignment for c&sber good paper at 30 )llowiug l' anters are invited to look at roy'Ker y Ban. J r
of Laoo and state of Florida, to wit: The E } .
C. Dr interest & & KNIGHT. 'ounty '. HAYirTARD.. AY eo itrneqof ZQi18flORTA. :
60 day without before purchasing: t- -
b! & t $11 re November 10. 1658.; 45 t the.S.U.( :tbe 3 ti'i oftbeNE j, and the N E ir October 27. 185g. 48 jt\.PLE COTTON, and otfiw ,rIe'wjt! me t ,
tb.D Btori i Ucie46tt. an Caia. r N E J'of-Sec.; 7, atid sixty acres of tb "W i of the with their:bstatteBtioo ,B f r ao canbaVbndofJixo 'I

Ldnceon. :Island Cotton.IBEBAL WJ of Section 8, all 'ID Township two, Range two' -, :i- N. LIMOOIO Madweo County 1Iwi largeMb&r.y aasortm s & !

Tat atl *!all the Drey Store iaTallahaasee jnade ooSoa Island Cot- brtb and East T rms Cash. Bye'IjiyeSRyelTOR Quiiscy..Y1 .. -- z ittby. ,
ADyAKOES '
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JOHN CROMARTIE, Adnir.Nevenibsr SALE BY S.S.K'IGRt I$ 1 October33, 2 : 3r r:4:
A gen 7 ta rery TSwa fn 1M Sondi.r.lO1888. J too for Sbipmetrt to Ch&rleitoft, by P. LADD [ 'octobcr-o,
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Da ui Am.es" ..' Land Sa.les.If GRE'ATEST a i> l tf Lattery*!, : JAndr, w. _. .t.. Jl..11 ,e.tt'k .. -4J

TALL.WA5SEE,1LOtIDA. I. pursuance of a decree In OhM r1. the nmler"JL DISCOVERY m- .will and .
: signed o&tfot at the times places ,
.1 mUiteCbohstirrtZO( ( bsjnetzbtos'A.Li
: ,(
f t hofcsaU&'nd Tletail Deafer --in i.iDRUGS wreiu des natudv'apvrirds of a'million acres of Ian / PnOFf&WOOD Offs for l1te a p rfect Jiftlr LoTURT.t,; : 4ol .r flpdTrtbf rt t..l13 bj R .J1tl
4 betide lots in the City of Apalaclaoala' and in thejTWa .- :It will i iuLahort ,tia i. res tore-:,the t' ajoiot:r tJon.cc a 5oUy ,' 't. ( .
: Teisn.
*\ AND MEDICINES., [ !\ O '.OF'' THB' STATff OF OJtOMtli] ro thrown wfco CTJQ, 55ommecP-- >iitbe: t .S
hair which haa becouie
of Newport Florida, the property letbo"APALACHICOLA grey permanently ta ..original ; A F Jor:
J/a ;(aVrn 'J mWnndcIomnfot I
J -.41' __..-- viz Such color it where it > E B [A .-. ptCIII a.
c LAND COMPANY; : -bring* out j i. gone and arresU M A"C t X.- ; ? Dt-Thurd;( after ib1.YGcIfth6- IdJ. !
1' U31"n&jF.fT D from New York a fell npp1y i portta*-of saU, lands as lie in 'the .0ouattes t f Leon. it where it i il falling -cleans the hedc/the dandruff LOTTERY ia conducted the of .tie u,. It..' t.Q"if"\-ftfahlllftl&V lii. ;P.5 .,
J oo plan ; .
of Drew A Medfcteet, Paiota OUV Window. Wakulla and GadsJ n.:Trill be Offered 1n Tallahasseeon and itching removes all cutaneous eruptions and renders THIS of Havaai. of n&1mbcr--anJ < 'D' R WI 1:2 'U v'Ii ::6 I: .' I IAvaclTtt > .

: 1.&L the FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER next; the scalp perfectly healthy by restoring the secretive drawn, Concert Lottery HalL Macon Ga single coder tbe, sworn ALOW, A. M, fPresident-' r4 .:' 1 Jt'CU1b.ltJ'
which lie Franklin County will be to their : .
and that part in organs original vigor and strength.and TJfmttofe and'AIieettLwnage&'_
; -- offer*! at Apalachicola on the FIRST ilOND A.Y IN thus supply nutriment end coloring'matter to it.- superintendence Col.O o. M Logan ana Jas...:ja; English Rev.J. H. C"nnu.A.M, Profewr of {lleeUl I. WhnML" i. ;rit7: J..iJ *;

; Q& INTQ...Fan BmaJ, JANUARY,185ft.,: These land*lie on the G ulf Coast, It does not color the hair but is, in a perfect bet, Esq.' Grand Scheme for November Sth, 1855, and Moral Philosophy, ;. :. .. i.t 1.
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-. '000 'of'NI\ SiilU, extend. lr8m the Marks to the Apafeohicola River Hair invigorator and Tome. When Prizes Amounting to, Rey. F. X. FOR TE. A. M, Professor Matheroat 'A DAXThsplt4 rfSoi1a.

H ; .:004O".MI' an
.: .Cu\c't." e. 1. The terms will b* ono-tLiril cash the remainder and ringlet,he feels that) be will be pardoned,if ;Mia,AKM E. Au>*x,Principal(Primair Department and T r'cored cue of tb. meet d .J.ii .t'

1 lOt LAmp ia equal initAlments of otis and.two years, with inter je offers the advice suggested by long study and extensive CLASS Q. and Instructress in Botany and French. of twenty.. taQdine. a
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teo, -N N atdb t estfrerncr&yosalo. observations; it is to discard all cologne and Will be dtitributrd at follow:-Cupilals.iPrizeof.l2.000IFrizeof ; R R. LIOKOSXI, Principal'' Mnskal 'Departrueot .A;:fl ,AD -a' .

I4O". tttcI.4.i For prepert/punhMed at these sale, the scrip of stimulating oils for the hair and keep'always upon the .f ,O Miss E.Lrvurrsa Aseistast Teacter k ilnaicL -. w1
., .i the Apalachiool Land Company, owned by.Stockboldeia toilet, a botte of the restorative for occasional tI .1I&J"
White LraJ use, I" .. 3.0001 2.000 Mrs L. .:.oz*$?, and Ira:}T. CALJOWXLL, Orna- tmB.t't
56 Kef- lf\'I, .. or.their assigneec,.will be received in paymentat and we can safely predict, that henceforth silver locks 1" .o 1,6001 1,200 meoUt,Branches. I had tbeccostmpiIo*I ll I tt, -Jt.rarTt $ys:
&Q Extra its relative value. noel bald heads will be unknown: for alihough; the Institution,' to the Public adnn- tmlicg Coopnd
OPar. 1" 11,005 .. .. .. 1,000 This presents .n..J
JOHN BEARD. Receiver kc., 0. rose blossom the downy cheek the dark from the Long; d..aU '
zDCPRIt; may upon 10- 400 10 150 tage which few possess. A large and elegantly eon* adfWN t
JO '. July 14,1855 tf-28 eye be ever so piercing and the toth those of peari 12020" 100 strncted College'edifice; one of tie largeetebapels in MT* m* op,to die,jtt a'.W*. :
12" .
WtoO Iba. Fir Proof Piftnt f 'Of'
i:. iF Th Sale above mentioned are poetponexl until still if the natural flunk be withheld from the haIr. and enclosure verwort and Tar restored I
too p4 z. TT Jow GI&M assorted sisea A Urge further 60" 5025C 01. .. 25 the State; all necessary out-buildings ; toe to peTfthalthir}
notice.
and in it becomes first dead and *
: Mrtment.el P iatw'i material*-Bruib* ttD.'R. I, The Florida Sentinel. Wakulla consequence harsh 23 Approximation Prizes 01 860 a Boarding Department fitted up i io the most Wat and GABRIEL''EirttJmJ1
,s Times, and the then grey or fulls off, nature will be robbed of more comfortable style, coder the toperioUndMce of the Sworn to aDd Rbatribed th'. tau
m I AMES Apalaehieola.Commercial Advertiser will publish till than half its charn-fe; nnd although it is Sovereign 481 Prizes amounting trt 50000. Only 10/XX with ,the domestic ber, 1144. hI t ,N..
Teachers themselves departmentunder BES1ty
."y". isra.' ._--- si notified to discontinue.Safaimah I remedy for those whn are grIY"'IVeil ns those who numbers. Every Prize drawn .at each drawing, and the careful direction; of ladies. of experience X.rr SPEEctB.
: -: title of Florida. -- -- are bald, bffll all see the r>rupiity of makir.g"bnlyaucli paid when tine: ia full, without deduction. Orders added to all the facilities for a thorough con of Instruction JCa"'OI'"
Il Medical College. to the hair and strictly confidential, Drawings sent to orders. Regi MI'I.
nn application scalp us i is calculated which any similar Inetitntion can offer. It CHIlD (midtt
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THE Third Cou'se of Lectures in this Institution to preserve it both in perfect and healthy state. i i..trrmllettcrs at my risk. Bill on all solvent Banks will be seen by reference to oof Catalogue, that our- westof, Smith'gjg) : bad osSthIeiGdoorl

commence the first Monday in November From the Kditur of the Ke'tl .tae Adm rtistr 27 at; pnr. rates both of Board and Tuition.are less han can be tion glttetidect ftbs mott diatrMt'eo.p.1rWeb pnJmonarrC
Whole Tickets $S Hal"et Quarters $2. '
next SelLOut trct1. ; ; found elsewhere. This fact in these times of pecuniary dUefd m. to ."t'-ar r.
AdJrew JAMES F. WINTER. .:
-:4g.: Proclamation by James E. Broome, The Clinical Lectures in Medicine and Swsjery at DovrosMarch 20, '54. ManagerMacon, Ga. prcsj-ui e,.is worthy the consideration of those baring care of an able pbyuiciacj. t \ 1\
the Savannah: Hospital ant the College will to grow W
Climque educate. flB'
Prof. Wood: Dear Sir-Having become daughters to
1855' :
premature October 20, 42 ,\
i eonKXOK or TRio ITATK AFORESAID. commence the 15th October and continue during Iy quite gray I was induced some weeks since, to -- ._- -- The Boanling Department will be under the'direction At tbis etiai 1 ; edIf ttY'Dr'UYI;

A VACANCY having occurred in the "ffi't( of Assoculk the c urlle. make trial of your hnir restorative. I have used lets Andrew S.Garr, el Leon Circuit. In Cbanri. President Alden 'and lady,and of Prot Caldwell erwort and Tar "Mdt tll't1J .,iinesrcd IDcI

'f 'F Justice of the Supreme Court by the FACULTY: than two bottles, but the gray hairs have all di'sappiare ll'l eery.Ixwis and lady. With spacious and comfortable dormitories 111.-to pmHt 1 b1 1M*of at.

f.r 1f death of the Hon.Thomas Douglas an election supvly Theory and Practice e-f Medioino-R. D. ,ARKOLD. J ; and although my hair has not fully attained Curtis. it nl. ,large and convenient. new and elegant tlH [.Signed.uJf ClUJ

: | the same is hereby orderea to belield m the sever M. D. its original] color yet tLc process ofch&ugeisgiaduallygdinq appearing to the C urt by affidavit made in this furnituie good and experienced servants and table '

'. : *! eouutics throughout the Stata o* >Iond. y, the (Obstetric and DWasos oj Women and ChildrenP. ; ('0, and I have great hopes that in a short time IT '. that the following named defendants in the furnished with tbe best the market affords; together R : :(

: TbirJ day of December pmxima M. KOLLOCK. M. 1>. my hnir will be as dark ns formerl. I have also been above ease_r:6idl out.of t the_State. of Florida, and out vith a wholesome yet parental discipline, we hope to' \J.
: The Jodgra of Probate So the several counties will Principles Practice of Surgery-W. O. BILLOCH, pucb gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of of the Middle Circuit of I Florida and in tbe places increase the liberal patronage with which the.College tz RlCHAKOL. -.of- CinMnn.fJ1-..
.: bJt. due notice'hereof aod conduct said Election and M.D. the hair' which before was hnrh and dry and it has hereinafter designated, viz: Richard H.Ogden.AbelT has hitherto been favored. Ahhoogh' it. may seen mprofessiocal,I fealfecrfstrn.

:< :. $4k. rctnrns of the same to the office of the Secretacf Medical Chemistry-C. W. >'rn, M. D. ceased to cum out as frznertyRespectfully Anderson find Stephen Cambreleng,'Who reside in the' F.'X. FORSTER ed to state that I used Dr.Rogers'Lrvtrwcft ud TK

:>? r y Skate ip the manner pr. ribt..J.by law for the Institution of Me id.e-E II. MARTIX, M. D. : yours, D. C. M. RUFF. State of New York ; Charles Black who resides in the Secretary of faevlty. in the case of Cbarle* Wad. T bo was q1 te14W.

.< .tttioK of member to Congress.io Anatomy T. 0. Howxan ). D. CHICAnO, May 1, '54.-I have used Prof. Wood's i State of Louisiana ; Charlotte E.-Gedde8, George F.i i August 11, 1855. 32-Utol PULMONARY.CONSUMPTION,with UM'efftet. bp_

.: ; witoeM whereof I have here'o set my hand and.. Matena Medica and! Medical. 1 Jurisprudence. B. I Hair Restorative to a decided ldv ntl1ge. It preventsthe Jeddes, EricWilliam L&lie, Mary Margaret Leslie after.the tuual remedies iailed. '

!. .i. ateed to be affixed the Great Seal of the State RID, M. IXD hair fruIt cmlingout.. gives it a gloss and soft- Charlotte Gumming Leslie Eleanor Sinclair Leslie, Notice to Contractors. [Signed; Wll RICBAitDj.

:i 4 '. : .T.Vc! rita, : Dnpe! at the Capital iu T"Ullluwee .mon trfttor of Am torn?-Jos. J. WEST. M. D. floss very csirut l(. The few gray huirs I hud have Janet Leslie or Dunbar, Mary Leslie or Cameron, OFFICE OF STATE ENCISIEB BCENAVTSTA, ) ;..

;. '. V .*, Ifais Irth dav" uf Sept. A.T),185S. Fee f.r the entire Course. . .$10? 00 I entirely t1r'Tfe following written from 'Rrtnq

11.: JAMES BROOME E. :, Matriculation Tic'ket..5 00 ,and concur with me in pronouncing it all it pr'fesses William Leslie Invbach, Helen Gumming Imbnch and A l'GI'IIT 20'ru,1855. ) Ky.3 Your Dr.Robert'lirrrwort and Tar h'OC
: 1.. : Govirntr J Florida.H Ampie facilities will b? flinched f"f the study Of to be. hENRY A. CLARK, MkLigan! Avenue. Margaret St.Cl.iir: Black, who rewtle Europe : and latitf action in this place. Dr. HOWARD prtseribss
.: ,i.... bJ Governor-Attet: Practical Anatomv.. Board (Ib had nt f'flmt U Walker Anderson, who resides in the Western Circuitof SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this it, and pronounces it one'of,the)* n tlitl..,'. ,I
the 20th day August, 1856,for constructing -
'1 ,. 1'.1. YnxiriavB. fI perweelc. tor tutUier particulars applY to 1'COF, 'wooi' OKIK.VTAI. &EXATIVE LISFMEST. Florida. E..H.BAYCRA'TDnrgill.
.. &cr.tar5ef.l'e. C. Tf WEST, M. D, Desn.1gnlitl This Liniment is a vultmUe! auxiliiiry to the treat- It; i is ordered that said defendants do appear and a Canal, with its necessary appendages' '
.c '.: ostsus5& 40 J. 1855. 3m32Hides :cut of some of the most f<>rn.id.ible! disease with answer the bill of complaint filed in this CUBe that U such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks, Basins tc., from dr' Rey. HJnY WiaxxAX.of Patriot,Gank.
;\ 3< ..' -- -.--- ---. --- ----- --- ------ which it is mir lot to contend; f.-r instance: inflama- : to say the aid above named defendants who reside Lake Harney on the St. Johns to Indian River, a distance t y, O, writes:-Dr. Rogers' Liverwort and ''Tar hu

.;,. J Notice. and Bees-wax. tion uf the Innjs; and bo\rel By n thorough and continued -. out of this State hut in the United States, within four of thirteen miles,3.410 feet ; authorized by the been tbe mtant of matching my vi/efron ar wture

t t.! O Thursday the Sth day of December next 1S55,' TIlE subscribers will pay the highest mnrki price application of.tll s Liniment over the rei;"ons of months from the publication of this order; the de General of 1S54-5 Assembly by,An of the Act State entitled]of An Florida Act provide at its session grave It [Signed] BENRYWISXMA.Ic..,

> 1 f: the undersigned" admiimtrEtrix of the estate of Dry Hides and Bees wax. in ..M*h or in exchange the affected orgnn, the otherwise formidable diseases fehdantsaboe, named! who reside in Europe within for and Liberal of 'Internal Improvements -
.::4 i.' apply to the Hen J. Wayles Biker. Judge of the Septtinbi'F 29! 1855. 39-St particularly among children, and thousands of mothers the defendant who resides in the Western Circuit Dr. Rogers Liverwort and Tar baa aet with .

"41;1 Middle Circuit of Florida at his office in the city of ____________._L.___ were they allowed to speak, would with all the within two months; provided that publication of this work rropoculs will be will done speciFy the mode the amount and fur which in which the success A yoong man of this place supposed by IT
11bi Tallahassee- authority to sell the following described Eplcurf'f' look Out. eloquence vf feeling and affection, bear their united order be made once a week for the time above limited manner cry one to be in the lost flag .f Connption\\\

:.j JN. real estate, the property (f the minor heirs of The Niceties of Life. I testimony to the fact that it has snatched ilu-ir children for the appearance of the defendants above named j payments are of each.to be made whether Profiles in and lands estimates or moneys.or v a* entirely cured by its 1 se 1 1 If' [Simtfl

said deceased vie: Lot No. two.((2)).and that portionof ., .from the very jaws of death aud resto.vrlthem who reside in the United States and once month for portions Map, can DAVID MERRI WEATHER si.. #'.
; be this and
at office infi'rmation"btained
i'r.;. Lot No.one, (1))in the Town of Quiiwy. bounded a! JUST received j per Asa. Green Pew, tll: their former health nun beauty. Again it will be the period above limited for the appearance of the seen any by -
the
"' r.t follows to-wit: beginning on tIle North of Kin t : OJstl'rl', found a powerful auxiliary removing what is generally defendants above named who reside m Europe. addressing undersigned at" Orange Mill Poet Of tT b.H. DRAlnl Druggist of XenM..O
; i Natural Prc "d Peaches, : flee St.John's River, Florida. Proposals will also states -A gentleman of ,..wli i
Asparngu known AT CUA :
fitwet ft a poiut equally distant (ibm the Southeast us ai Agile Cnke, or an enlargement of !BEIt8. my aeopamtane was
4. kltd Southwest corners of the A'oilhtatt block crfttMU Qiiiucci. Brandy Peaches, he spleen, indeed in nil cases where the external J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. be received for constructing jn Rail Road over the apparently in the latt stags ef Conmtaplion lips '
nplication
,44 of said Town running thence North paralU-l l u J'inerpll'lt, Pears, > is of sen ice, this Liniineut will be found use- March 10 855. 4m 1m Nov. 4 10 same ground. F. L. DANOY. restored to pe.fect health by the ose of Dr. Rogers'
with tbe streets of sal
p.t! t:f said Northeast Block, thence West parallel with the Cherries Durham
: '. streets of said Town eighty fcet to the dividing line Currant Syrup, Cayenne Pepper, Bi.issuain. Prof. O.J. HE -
30/33. WOOD Subscribers Leon Iron
May Dear would Works
:- gss.41!? reipectJL County
West India Preserved, :Currie Powder. gr Da WILsON, (Ca" Old &" l FhPi14.
of uid Iota No's one sad two, thence South by nnd Sir As have used'nnd uoecl : 1
t :- we seen for a number 0" ?"fr' fully announce to the citizens cf
vith-taid dividing line to King street thence Eaten Capers Fines, Millers Epicurean Sauce, of TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. high ifavding,) Patriot, O, writes j-I have l e.8
'f'\rl, your Veritable Magic life Pills. we are Tallahassee, Florida and the adjoining
to" Capercine, .Extracts assorted, prepared Establishment is in full tioD. All the (family ,pbysio'sfi! Mrs. ,Wiseman' fbr'twtlve
t the North riile of said street eighty feet to to recommend them the I Counf of that now oper
to public as superioro s Georgia, they have opened a THIS
and that time she hn suffeied1 with diseased
Nonpanils, Sauce during
Pepper will be attended to with and years .
f of beginning. Alo nbout ninety five nciesuflatid all other and CLOCK AND promptness ,
the place infallible in the WATCH
,\ .; I Yeast Powder : cure of the diseases I Shop on Monroe Street, I lung, which settled PULMONARY
finally
", .; coniu ;' 1-: K'uock.loo the East by lanlsoO.II. Dnp -uton the Cans- of TOIUlltOf'tCatsup Bran : B. B. Leach, A. B. Petti, B. 1). AlLro P. Jacobs, will be ready at all times to do every description (if AH kinds of work such as Steam Work Mill Work, CONSUMPTION of DE. ROGUA't Livzxwoat She was entirely TAE I u dbyUn
Preserved
.' ; 'W..rtb by th .laeds of the heirs of Overton on tile ., Green String !: Gingi-r. Orin Buzzil Spencer Su "ell. EdwArd Ollber.: John, work in their lino. Chronometer, Duplex Patent Lever. Gin Gearing, Sugar Mill, Circular Saw Machinery; use
Corn
.
::T .. West"by the laml of J. M. W. DavidsonVrn.. T. 1 \lbro Lncicn, B Svi-ft, Elias R. Sweet John Haru.Tuft ,Cylinder nnd common-Vertical Watches repaired Shafting Pulleys, Hanger Plough Castings.Brass H.H.WILS05tM.D.IT -

I _, Stockton and those f.rncrl.v owned by lira. Atwater For sale! at the Grocery Emporium.. N.ithaui l Gilnutre.James. Piue, "'111. J"lmton, at the shortest notice; nho jots and Clocks of every Castings, tc.; also, Sugar Kettles, of any size kept IS A POSTIVE FACT, '.
the Sonth by saul l Town of Quincy. and the R H. BERRY. ..JohnsouVilians! stiiet attention constantly on hand. All work done in such establishment -
1 : and on : G. Lawson. C. Farrar, D. Landers. description. By to business they are That wherever Dr. Rogers'Syrup of litsrwert and
.: t., J*n.t" wf J. M. W. 1i.'l ison.! Wm. T. Stockton and -October---13., 1856.-- -.-_- 41 I'ncK. WOOD:-Do.ir Sir:Having used, and experienced dehrniined "tha! nonr .ta1Fgo airay di,4fJ,jiJ." i will be done by MS, with a particular regard to Tar has been mtroduced.1t is'snperJedlb every other
.: t" Willmm Forbes Win? all thnt portiun of the S W J Notice. "" the elfeeU c>f your Vegetable MnglC. Life N. B. Good work Horse aud Buggy for sale at 6 I the strength and dui ability of the work. Cough Medicine before the pObl This is wholly ow

., .(.t& ti.n 6, Towiwhip 2, Range 3, N Jo W, owned hy Pills in my family, I will say that as a fan-ily medi mouth's credit. I Competent Workmen always in readiness to put up log to its truly wonderful medkial Tirtnes.
; .. id deceased. SIX month after d.te the un'Ierigned: Executor of i I icine they cannot IK valued too l.i III.. I have u!ed J C. TALL&CO.March En!ot'!. &c. '
.' 1. MARY D. G. SIBLF.Y: Adnnmilratrir.Novcmbr Estate of John S.Shcpard. late of I.tf.n County -! them in feveral bilious attacks nut! i"iiflamntion'!, :and 24. 1855. tf 12 Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for BE WARNED. IN S'E.\SONf- !!!

i.:. 8, -1635. .\-& deceareil, will present hii.R, c"uiitii, and %.iHrli.T __ the c.f Probate, for said place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron and
and Copper
-- -- ----- -- -- .sdge County, neked to pn'e attr1. f'-r in every ca'e they have spt-ed.ly trio UOUH't.. Itoitiict Brass.AH. your constitution irritating your throat tad haifx '
". Notice. be di&d.1tl" t'J. ov >riJnease. and hence I fl.d I i'i DIES coVreJ' straw
.!:: niiipKed duty b"i.r.tl I : Thiinets and inviting oil that'ifread dfeease;Consnmptioa.who
letters must be addre sed (posi -W) to
r r' i. LL ?er on! basing dtma-ids ajaiiwt the estate of ROBERT II. GAMBLE. to recommend thm, to all. Tlicy operate pfificily! J I/ui.'cs ooWeu! straw trimmed Binnt. J. M. SHINE Tallahassee p Fla *n. .ttkhg wi Stf Un m.,mmmlf- V*OMBBM M I

I j\ William lAfT.-on late of Leon County, deceased, Esccut cny, prodtio no tmen!y 'nsalh'n., 'M.t their op,'TA- ,.Jain" March 11, 1SS4. 10 Dr Rogers'Syrup Liverwort and Tar. '
'1.J ,.m take notice that they must present them to the September 29, iy,5. S9WAi. I lioti n thorough! ; and I am ,' 'i-tlril/ tiiatu-jtlnn mere 11-u-k .Be"ue of Counterfeits and u Imitations
1 t law or this in tii.-t ra-iti, i is nee-s.trV thin these \aultLe! piUs, white Iltin11'I silk Per Arlington" from New York.
lime by ,
t.4 ;t. undersigned within the prescribed I The genuine article signed Avsaw 'Iloeus.*
< :M. LAWTON & CO.( bt..k" extraize
,+ 1-Jt ,. notice will be plead in bar of their recovery ; ant all to ]'cif' rm. a speedy nuJ tiuml'bmt, ci.ro. ( ) pUNPOWJJERTEA. Sardines the engraved wrapfxr.aronBd each bottle.
: Cliil inu Missei "
: pcrewis inJebud to fid estate are hereby rw'tiSed to SEA ISLAND ('OTI'OX.U'TOU", llt'cctfuih', [ Y'I1rt .. .. MI... straw. Hit vJ Imperial Crushed Sugar, Price fl per bottle, or. six bottles for f*. Sold
S Make luimedU*e p.ivment to the unJrsi;i>e l.LrTdXORA J. I n. SANCHR.: : Hvson Loaf wholesale and retail by SCOVTL MlAD
f No. 13 Southern Wharf .. Fr sale by DAVID C. WILSON.
O. WOODAfO.Proprieti'i )
P. LAFFOON Adm'i.October Black Starch, 113 Chartres St, bet Ctjnti and St. Lcnis.K.OrlesM.
s. 605! 15n>.viwnv. New York. O)t.'bcr 13(. 1!!.;:. 41 .
.
: 27lt55. Sw-43. Cha.r1.es'tc, So.Oa. --.----- -- Maccaroni, Soap SOLE Acms loa TBE-CQCTBIZV SAAns .wbtaji
WM. M. LAWTOX, R. WAIUWBIOHT BACOT, 1 14 Mark Street, St. Ixiuis. AGENCY THE ETNA INSURANCE CO. Table Salt, Stuarts Syrup. _all orders ao4 apphcattooc.tut Agencies most be ad
:
D. n. Ames, Agent, TalUhasste, Fla. Pot Aeh Cider and Wine dressed. ,
; Notice. Joazru T. DILL WINBORN LAWTIW, Ja. of the above Yinegar, ',
:
; tITg firm ofT. IL Crichlow A Brothers has been AugustJ1, 18. 4mC -:2 FVbrtiRry 10. 18S5.___ _,6 ______ ___ .THE undersigned receive applications, Agent for and make Company insurance StuaiU Candy Sahvataa y For sale at all the Drug Stores ia nand _\"
**
Assorted Ground at id Town in the South. _
Pepper
1 JL dissolved by the death cf the senior partner and 1. JOHN W. EVANS, :tgains-t I lit-, by l-'irc. on Brick and Frame Buildings' Salad Oil one Agency every
25 1805. S3 Ste
Ginger. '
August
J: 4 tie business i is continued at the old stand by Crichlow ManufacturedTobacco.F ATTORNEY ArJP LAW, Furniture, Merchandize Ac. I Indigo Rail Road Snuff '

:.:n 4 'asher & Oo, who have bought the remaining eUxfcfelofctor SHALL receive 'me 400 Boxes of various brands BlINBKIliK, GEO January 2i. 1"3.I B. C. LEWIS. N utweg. Chocolate, PERMANENT LINE.For .
3:1 U the late firm. All persona indebted to .1. '* Mt leoa" Manufactured Tobacco
on consignment
attention to all business French Olives Rice
"fH'1i Jk.da; Orm are'!equested to call aud settle with either again this season 100 Boxes now on the way out.- "TILL'e prompt his care, in the Counties of Thomas en, DR. LEWIS, -ALsO- St Marls Hew Port aid Cedar Keyi 71*.

:4 f;,\ of the surviving partners, as they are desirous of Merchants will do well to bear this in mind, and it Decatur, Baker, Dougherty, Calhoun, Early and Clay. RESIDLNT DENTIST, fe CTESSELS will eoatiaoe-rMniar .yenbvlj
,.- .losinir cp as speedQr as possible the old bsincu.LP.I&J.LCRICELOW.. will be roldlower than same quality can be laid down Ftbruaryi7i85.. Y H T TALLAHASSEE FLA.IS 40 Bags Ho: Coffee, : g&\. .between St M.vb.flew P rt aid OJa

': < for from ustral markets, and on time to good par- inserting ArtieialTeeth the 20 Java"For Keys,Florida aod-Cbarcsoo} | duriDg th- isj( r-tat
::0.. s.pkmber U, 1856 S8 tie*. .DANIEL LADD. LOAG & GALCKAITU, new now and improved principle,on with sale] by R. H. BERRY. the special benefit of the business friends of'the snh

OarcLMrs. Newport August 4, 1855. 81 ATTOItNJYS AT LAW, TAI.LVHASSCK. continuous gums, from one side to the October 20, 1855. 42 scriber. lLLUJl TUNHO.

.8. JUCHAtD T. BIKCI!ETT. CUA&LES W. POW IO "% T A. LONG A J. B. ALBRAITH have awociJTi other, without seam or crack, leaving no place for the P. B. BHOKAW'S. Charleston] October 6, 1S55.. 40Zfotioa. t

1j Mary L. Ball --"".' nted themselves in the practice of Law. They lodgment of food, thereby rendering them perfectly .
BIRCHETT & DOWNING, will attend the Court in the Middle Circuit the Supreme life like, and restoring the original contour of the face, LI?EfiY JIB SHE STilLI,
$; fj OFFERS her errices tots Ladies! of Tallabawee ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CLAIMS Courts and the District Courts of the United so ns to defy detection. He will attend to all oI.u.iu !. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. BROUGHT to JaUio i Monticello,Jefiene* CenIL
make and Um\ Bonnets and Fancy the .
; to ) States at TulUliassce. Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full 4 OUt of A ague&1If'IN p" .
t' Head Dresses, and solicits a liberal -abar* of their JVO. 40O| Scvenlli Street, Office opposite the Court House. SLItS can obtain all necessary information by letter. Proprietor would in- 1 named LEWIS dark complexion, five feet MM ioeh

: pationage.September. WASHINGTON CITY. October 8. 185. ly He will warrant, in evciy injtnnceiafaction and 'THE his friends and the high and says that t., betoogs to- LafajctU ',

J" !!. 16..i1'j S8Administrator' m practice 'b for. the Court of Claims, and prices to suit the times. Terms Casnjr when called public, that he has rebuilt b Cottle of UadMoo County FU.,oear 8owsons-Bins

; Notice. WILL te claims before Congress and \b.e several MITCHELL & STEWART, fur. large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and u now The owner is requested to come forward prove property
.$'i'. June 24. ]1854. 25 .prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. pay charges and take him.away,or h..will M I
'); ALL persons having demands againt the Estate of Dt'pu1meutw.July.2S.1855. 30 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, He also has attached to his Stables, a good Blacksmith dealt with as the law direeta.

M. Harris,late of Gadsden County, detsed JASPER HAMILTON COUNTY FLORIDA DR. R. N. GARDNER, Shop.where he will have have done all kinds of WILLIAM H. ABDRZWS
will take notice that most them his services to the citizens Sber of Jeff.ricitty.
they present prufeisioual Plantation work; Horse shoeing, and Carriage work in
; : to the undersigned,duly authenticated Within the time JOHN R LLOYD, V\/"ILL practice in all the Courts of the Middle] OFFERS and surrounding country. Officeat the very best manner and with promptness and dis September 15, 1815. '-d' I
T T Ciicuit, in Columbia and Alaclnia in the Eastern

prescribed by law or this notice will be plead in barf the Parsonage.September .

-c.i'l& their recovery; and all persons indebted to said estate Auctioneer i Circuit, and iu the adjoining Counties of Georgia. I 29, 1855. 39 patch.November 5, 1853. <4 .Hidea> ------

_iri are hereby notified Io mae immediate payment -Ma-cia--24-, 1856.-- tf. .12 _.- in any Quantity, for wiieb the*:
"z to tie mdvsiztiea.* M. M. HARRIS. Adrn'Lj Commission Merchant and Cotton Broker, A. PERRY AMAKER, Hides Wanted. Wines, Syrups, &c. WANTED price will be paid ia each aefTeeriea,

October 6,IMS. _40-8w_ TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, 5000: BEEF HIDES Wanted for which the OLD Otard Brandy, "Worcestershire Sauce, JmOOJa" 1DWl.i
GlVV@nk&V .T J17 will be Also Deer Port Fresh Lobster, September 15.1855. '17
For Charleston. now prepared to attend to all Un-Js of sales Real highest price paid. i
IS and Otter skins. DAVID C.WILSON. Madeira, 8ha Estate Negroes, Cotton Furniture ic_ aW-> the TALLAHASSEE FLA. -
,Lil W.MTUNOSUCJTHE hirng Negroes by private and public sale. His May 21.. IMS. 20 Tallahassee) September .23.-1855. 89 Sherry, ."" Clams ApirlITed1 ; 'C.ro 'Mill la-tw.op .
--- ----- -- London Porter Hallibut
Packet Brig*"Timea shortly friends will take due notice thereof and ,
expec- please govern D. P. HOLLAND Notice. A A .the">oot approved LANIER GOUT
Led to rre. Will sail early in'Noven- themselves acconl'njly.Auction : Scotch Ale.Bardrnes JLUUWest.HILLS for sale by the SoUeriber. TbeeMills .

: :- ber.. For Freight at Pac are, apply toMcNAUGUt days-Wednes lay and Saturday,11 o'clock. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, "OERSONS having demands or claims against the Brandy Peaches .walnut.Tomatoe Ketchup, have bees for tome time fern* through thia region

'14 & ORMOSD.Newport. October 27, 1855. 43 Qniney, Florida, JL estate James MeOill,deceased late of Gadsden Brandy Cherries aDd lower put of Georgia arid give perfect sat
Ovfcbcr IS.1E55. 41 _._ notified to them Guava Jelly, Spice.
jft: County are hereby present properly
---
isfaction 'with baehela sod
40
in the Courts of the ind Ue'Cir ,grinding .ease UwrJH
practice
< ,Currant dp.Preserved .Pickles, '
-.- JstUececo R. H. BERRY WILL. and Jackson and JFrautlvn Counties. authenticated.- undersigned administrator within : Quinces Raspberry Syrup, in the day.witb'lew than tSe'crdbary rto,power'ap-
I October, 1832. 42 tf the time required by law or this notice willbe plead Pears, Strawberry .ph'edtotf. Tbe maker iikes a ki a to pot Hop;
.. .1 Per 'TTn. R. 1'cut.tfroit Acic Orleemt : Auctioneer and Commission in bar of their recovery ; an4 all those indebted are Ginger Lemon M and every one warranted to give .pcrleet saihTaritifii
WILLIAM SCOTT requested to make payment immediately.T. Call and examn*them at. D.LAD178. '
: RANGES Lemons Pine Gnava and' MERCHANT. Gelatine, Ginger M
ta Appleo B. HUDNALL. Administrator. Sparkling April 11, 1SU. )S
Currant Jellies, Prunes Pears, Sardines Pick. TALLAHASSIX Fla, Sept f 9, 19 Z5. 89 hTrNYMONTICELLO: tAl L117J September 15, 1855. 378wBlacksmithing. Flavoring Extracts Pine Apple .
ld Oysters, Brandy Peaches Preserved Lenxws I Spanish Olives, Salad Oil, Carriages '
Harneis
1 ----- ---- FLA. Buggies .n4 ,
,
TVmKes. Pine Apples and Ginger, Green Gage MarI .Engli.ll'.MU8tArtI, Capers', ,
maUde"L a>on Syrop. Raspberry do. Strawberry S. S. KNIGHT July 30. 1853. :SO ___ t 1 jan Claret Sparklmg Cider ".:> .SAIt- by ...:B.fejtka w.SvbKriberbM .

S j. d dI., Pioe Apple di, and Ginger do RarBberry'Vin- AUCTIONEER COMMISSIONJKERCHANT, GJa Oils White Lead &c. ATTACHED to my Livery Tobacco. Old,Port Juice ... just respi.d I
Blacksmith Tm
ear. Fresh SJmon! Lobster, Haddock. Hullibut and. = Shop Havana Segars.November.il D.,H. AMES. .of
apply
: AhaJ. Assurted Pickles,Scotch Ale and Porter. TALLAHASSEE FLOBIDA.SepUmber1,1865 100 COXES Window Glass assorted site?, 100 I in which all kinds of work appertaining 1835 U' aDd waidi=
05 Kegs White Lead pure, extra d No. 1. to that ,business done ia good style, at abort fossils
; 4v 2O.OOO Havana Cigars. on the moat rraeooabb tcnaiNovember I
8 barrels Linseed Oil, notice and on as reasonable terms as at any other Copartnership Notice. *
18. 1854.
D.ILAME3. Notice. 5 Lard Oil in the Farming implements such as TurnPloughs 41
shop city. this catered into &
undersigned have day.. eoX -
-May- Si. 1855. 11 ANING bought out the interest of B F.Byrd,in 20 Kegs Zinc Paint Scooters Rods Cle\ices Heel Fins Tap I rpHE .
DR.
H the mercantile business at Centrenlle. also all 20 packages Fire-proof PAint.(bblo. and } tola.) Rings and Iron Wedges, kept ready made and coo. partnerabpmth.WHOLESALE' MILES, H.' HISS,

fi' Hardware, Cutlery Guns, Nails, the accounts aod notes doe the late firm of Byrd and .2 barrels Train Oil 1 bblC.pal Varnish stantly on hand. This will afford farmers an opportunity AND RETAIL ornu JUS:"Ua"t'1CU to 1'O.Cmaa fII

I Bhorels, &c. Combs we ipetfully solicit a eontiaeitnce of the Spirits Turpentine in barrels anti at retaiL to supply themselves without being delayed. I.D :D'G'a'"D"& IHIJIJ& "&U."II A- 5J1T.

k1 Subscribers invite the atteotioa of Herchaani patronage heretofore eo libera% .arded to the late D. H. AMES. P. B. BROEAW. : UNDBK TILl,KAMK LtD STY US oBARNARD& .

?k THE New York to their stock of goods em firm. Kovt'mbtrl1,18M.. 15 Jannary 13. 1855. ..2STORING O -'.ir. bl
-- ------ c : MAXWELL.
'Waoi f a eomploU varwty io the above line particularly We are determined to sell our geods as low as they N otioe. Post office. .

J adapted the Southern trade, which they are ean be purchased in Tallahassee ThoiuasviUe or any AND SHIPPING BUSINESSAT will be pleased to ate their May 1$ 18W. JO

).t pr to .u at low prices for Cash or approved where else. We invite persona to give us a call before ALL persons having claims and demands against NEWPORT. : and patrons at the old stand

,- 00..cJit. STOW 4 SMART, purchasing elsewhere. estate of George W. Mastin deceased late f undersigned still carries oo the above boeme- I'T'HEY&;' otbe Mortar.- T.J.M.uoxAxxaox.RICHARDSON. yLtIX Y
r 18 Pearl Si,and M Water St New York. A. R.,COMBS, 4 CO. pfGadsden Connty are hereby notified to present flUE calculated for '
well ooroe nxutm .atrreia where 'WmTA.
them Io the undersigned administrator duly authenticated J. in all iU branches rBmldingt *
J p 2$. IRSi. .3-61Q Augost I 1155.43 D.LADD. .
,' VK) treneral assoitct of art "
-- within the time prescribed by law, or this notice despatching vagoHa. .ere
;
aixd TorsranHnstott
For Sale. Wanted to Purchase will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; and all Newport, September 2, 18B4._3S dee appertaining to their bee of ..and sclicitUM ,Receiving- '"
,
% -h .rpHE ondenl TMd offer for sale hi* Dwel-- DOUR likely Negro boys from 12 to 16 years of persons indebted to said estate are requested to make -.-- MTT4S NASH A MP. .,, patacciags of their friends.-, ud Ua pablMiO. ._1_ ;, "o

LI1TI ..I1l Hoi ard 60 acre of land south of f to 8. S. KNIGHT. payment immediately. NLw't'OM'jLL4thiU&
Apply OUP
ag 't MAXWELL.
Jn -Medicines &
A K.
-ALLISON AJmV.November 0.
tiliL TalU&aa, do th. Bell Air Road. The Septa uber 8, 1855. 1& Dealers Drugs, Pebrou11.( ) lU. I I.. .. '.
weUfioi bedoptb* S, 1855. 8w-44 their friends and UM that .
'0 jious* Lu six Urg rooms. ; premises inform pabdc. ", -40
ia a iubsUntial oat BJ* *od food. &>- Bryant Borohsm AdmV da') Ia Hamilton Circuit Notice. WOULD on lindagood aaaortmwt of such A.'L.FISHER.ATTOItNBYATUW": Jl .i '",'
The propt1't1 wil! N offiired on very reasonable v*. V Ooutt. articles as generally kept in their line of bushw,' % J .

: term 'n.M i kOS of Ib4 mnt& dsirsb[. location in James Bumham .t at ;j jIT SIX montlis dt oo..after fM>n date of-the wUI undersigned ef Jonathan,adoiiahtra-G. Padrick. and will be receiving regularly fresh.suppli aiTbtlr S1X..wit..d. ;j' .

-. LeaD ObUnt,. For term* tpply to the Arm Store.tJf Wlllttat. appearing to.the Court ,by affidavit filed in tins deceased, late, oi Loon-:' will ,exhibit his- terms shall be'reasonable.Jallahastee T. ." ; '_ .c-ua$7.....s.d

.., Dt door 0 D.AjgjDru'VIIIT& "thatWUimSJaA,& abeth Jack final account and vouchers to the Jude of JVobtti* 01 April tth.1Ua1" WITIL.lc.- '.- 'ID th-Coqrts oft-.1IiddJe' 1) ;,.arKs' Je.Ptta. W.e..t1.cr .
.
ft 1100. knt residing to. UM Southern Circuit of the Statt Leon Oouuty, and a'k tol>e dischanced. -- '.SNUFFANDTOBACCO.:: ? T irkt,and tanrtMRe Thoes O et 0* kto' t .,ittt jr : : -.

) .Jdy 14,18C5. I .f Florida tad Canny Bomham ao the Western Cir H. T. BLOCKED AdiuV de UoU DO.. ',bib*=,Oa ".l 1". JWOT faouraoar.. j j&8ii '

,- GARDEN SEEDS. cult'of said Stata aod'Jobo lIes,.,, Mahals Reave July !1.,18M._ 29-4m_ &TBR-LORILLARD I- ...non of a.J -. _'. II,. 1811., ."'*--.1 ;:. -; = -
JTRESH and Alfred Burnharo r r'
,: AulJeOf Boon Marpurt in thrStata J q'h't .. -
,:OR.oTn; or 1184. of OtofgU Dd Lewis Barnham ia 'part* un TOTICE I.htrtby gveo, that'application< _aIlb nwvou. :.- -< 1 j .)Katl.-O JIIu \ J

Dap,4I'1M T rait.t1ZL -,' o-\bttr.Detta.t ,- known.II i> made to the Legislator Florida at its scuta Ho.SUCCES3OB$, ot :A A QscatK' Liu.an. ._..._ '. _
for alterations
November
,!flur 0. U, ts ordered tbat said deeswlant.'ipp r and an itt twit ameodinwiU to All'kithk 8NUFF *nTOBAC> .QA..J.., .
*
.$ 'th.first Monoar b Novrn, the chatter of tbe Tallahassee Rail t Read > = -'
l
It .wtr .Bill MI or Corapany. ; otHP Liai
Ur kJPir : .
CVirtrtif teas.dM.
Uoo COS general we, ,iTocpartK onItl ,
that this order be in .. Also tllat){'appIic will U made for ltW '
her next, and puNished soni.nswipspr obtained t4dmtiftjt fcbot*;"1\" .tttbluhmetit .. -- "MIe. .,.
by as
I c bf ; h."f1
charter of the Pena
''Week LionS in the Ot\l Md O L SE
this Circuit for Ui'stgc.'ot Rail
'. .aI. within once a Gsfcrgfa ;
U wtof Uw oM"\ ot th*klttJ L U tW Uoil d .
rnimnuit tit lie .
8101.8'M1IJ'.lII am ral. CIfd., I fur rooiilU prior to Mid time. Road Company ; fonaer uotki c(list U tUDmltRa i" T ) JI_.
1 StateL .
J. WATLEfi BAKES I tar.I .f
500 8. u.nT..atpt&JDbtf AT CHAWWI Jtadft.i 1 I IIbb. U Ycb.1'tl3. '-" ..1aat"tIU. .1 $ 29, "
J.. ,Ut i J, f I, I IM, I\-tm t August M.

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