The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1855
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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1 CHARLES E.. YKE., J" ., TALLAHASSEE.,. f 1 >AvNOyEMBER;. (17,, 1855.. ,.:.: ,_ 'r', -$ 'q tfb.. f u_tCII. 1 t:1io;;..6' !

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J .'. j, .'Wevf:Firm,anfl I New Goods. Come One I.Come All! WORT OF'THE' .PRE SIDENT of n majority of 1 fi-i the. tax-payers!iu the- 'The'quantityof internal! l p e "b ;. tfl, ,

."> ,tURICIJLOW1- ., I examine DAVID a WILSON'S large and different counties which have subscribed' 'on the.Lower Route is two thousand six hundred part of JtfffftrtaarPort : a' ,t., ew
: AU selected stock of goods purchased by himself OF THE stock ia,our Company..'.BuUhe ,wuhe and acres,,on the Middle, Route three'thousand bat it 111'f' I.DI'iD 1.' 'lat..f&U"copaif.&ithiriv _
h .' ..fl4&V: consisting not only of the realities of life, but also Pensacola & Geo Railroad Company. i interest'pf the minority. should not .be lost two hundred acres' and.on_ the Scruggs : S iaJI g.rQ "Iro.'t, .
1 daha iaT friends aad tboM articU :well adapted to please all, not only in -1-v oCand the of.1.1eon N (7I4 rGLf
tnetfaod tf ftigtft arid
< <3rn agfbe1r trejfare more Important, Route dvejhousan4andTort7acrOS. lr
TjUKJS pnblje generally: that thej.hare purchased f quality and styles but m prices.; : This stock i is not & OFFICE, OF TilE PEN & GKO. R. R Co.? interests of the road I 't Thomas e lL f Ii1ICh .
ly large bat selected particularly for the Florida ndt be sacrificed With"reference': :! State laqds. wbicli,will utty. ; by
Tho EL CricbBr marketa '
the late firm
(BtTre Interearla1 pf : which be feels assured be will Tallahassee, October 30, 1855. S. to thi co sideratio The of wagons; u'at $ tL '$ l
.CDr't.M1.&ttet" tbemaelTes irith the be able to sell as subscription ofthe become the property theY ,Company, the J $.. IWQ4O4 the
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: *- rjoigfi'hi*and.1 belie tbn they can-ofa *a great indue. tow,not' nl1 for.cash and the produce of the tenantry To the Board of Directors of the countifii'pWed them "on the same footing Lower Route1a.saIsothe, advantage over all .to-ef route ... : : '.. I
aLt$to. parehiil in tonwhiog all necessary arti- for but also.to All those who bave been dealing with him Pensacola $ Georgia Railroad Co. : with other stockholders. The county and,individBal .- others., For. the; ,excess of Swamo .lands'oh it ITstrenuously iUriibith' '}fr."' ; i

:1in odr line rotted Townwe, a* Che3P.; ;and have OD M reaaonableUroii advise. to call and tbose-ivisbingto sea' these splendid purchase we would GENTLEMEN': Not Laving enjoyed the ben- sbaqdni' constitute a common the Lower Route is much more than equivale'nt tlwimdojrtJoiithat It )t= t.
ill'V'a. any daily bou elp rewrnng, and by nearly now t rery.on Tes.W. -, Glace, Chene, Satin Plaid and striped efit of.your counsel and advice since your fund for a common benefit,and the substantial l 'to the value.of the excess Internal Improvement -'" three, '0?.four W: ;V;" Siktf |

d terr!dbcriptioo f good, onasisting'.in part of Solid and Plaid Brocades, meeting soon after our organization, unusual interest of all ,must be consulted as far as lands,on the,other:Routes l,though money canoe obtsfnM'fof a. road !,6ri any f;]
tadt .'Silk,latest; style.Black.SUka all widths, Gro d* Rhines and Black silks of all prices and. responsibility has devolved .on me, and.it is practicable. It may be that to give that the latter are worth per acre much more than one of the' upper ''to.a1fi'-1han. the tOwer ||
Merinoa and Delaines of.all ..qualiei qualities ., direction to oar road which be the Route If this 'bd so It seems
CMhmerM Blnck and colored Velvets, my duty to submit to you a brief report of will most acceptable Swamp.lands. : ; to m*! we J
and colon and Straw. Bonnets of the lateat itjle, Solid and plaid Cashmeres and Merinoes, the progress and present condition of tho affairs to a majority of the people.of one The lands contiguous to Scruggs line ,shoyId not bjuitaift.as to r. true:poCey..r *
T3ootH Silk Ri bo'M.Dew sod beautiful, Solid plaid, and figured Delaines of our Company. of the counties, we shall hare to expend a are in my opinion better adapted for furnishing ,' While I bays'ig jdrdat eoofldencc !ia declsrations -
Satin and Tafeta.J. Embroidered, plaid and black Alpacqu Sinco my election to tho office President very large amount of rnoney- rtnoce, perhaps, Naval. stores than on either of the other o'. this"Jtlod,:wber,,they !ra oaac F
Black and colored Dotted Yak.ftjigolfti Black Bombocinea and Mohair have;=davptefl.myselfto l the interests of the than the amount of the county subscn'pfiou lines. c mpnfe4by blti&rig l though '.cobdlUoaal
Spanish ,
; aad Mantillas rirren eambrie, Handkerchieia, Ladle*bluck and colored DebaigfS Italian cloak cloths, Company in such manner as I thought my -over and,above _another.route. ; through.the I think the Middle and the Scruggs line I obligations, I more thsndoobt' abtUtr+ to 4
gmbfiidered time and services could be most county: Tn ,the latter the nbBcription much location both raise the nW tei"r>'rii; -***
>Ot I aad Extract assorted.Ilajr Black and colored and silk Talmas, usefully employed. cue county can be more improved on : moneT FM
gne9 Brusbes and Combs assorted, English plusbed Talmas. I may be a positive injury to the road as to pi&taoo8and choice,of Aground: the on' the Lower' frpptVana am iD 1friecJ*o'givu
Aasort J bin hatns, late style, Dotted and embroidered laee V.3s i In consequence of my familiarity with the if as is contended by some'the' majority oftho Lo'erjine, because the latter passes generally to Those wh haf bf.en'io'1"' f piies,

:.'md English Printe latest atylea, Black Solid. and plaid colored and figured Shalleys Bareges, topography of the country, I felt it my dutyto tax-payers of each county may control' ,through an up nand. more level country, through chary! CPJedg",'. ti ,.opportanUy to
Aaserted IrMi Bird's Linen Dinner Welch Silk and guaze Flannels spend.much time with our Engineers during the direction of the road through the county. and less difficulty vas encountered on the make good their. promises. B tit i&Tr and
RttMia and ,
Table Damaak Brown Eye and Bleached, Red and yellow Flannels, the continuance of their field opera- Such is the state of things in regard to the experimental j ucreyp. to selecting the beat I I right to demand,of those, interested i in -a particular *(
B1eacbedand Brown Domestic, assorted, Opera Flannels of all.colors. tions. I county of Jefferson, as is shown by the report grot ad. route Qtace,] tip the 'differenceju: cost |
Osnaburgs and Bed TicYmsr, English Lace and and Erench embroidered bands, The lines or routes which haw been surveyed of.t engineers. It is unreasonable to suppose There is no doubt-that..the Scruggs Route between that route and a 'cheaper onewhich J

A good aasortment Flannel Emb'd Collars linen,'Han C..Handkerchiefs kerchiefs and, Undereleevea are so numerous that,I have found it that the counties of Leon and Madison will accommodate the greatest number of they woa.1d have abandoned. .." '|

Snvelopea Foola Cap and Wafers Letter and de.Note:. Paper,Peni, Pencils Embroidered Chemoisette and Collarettes, impossible to obtain tho right of way from all and the other stockholders will consent to people in Jefferson and Leon aponties, though 1, ther ,'recommend, that we adoptfor

Large assortment .of Genta and Boya Beady Blue brown and green Veil Bareges, persons through vboseJandsiach wute pas. make the sacrifice necessary to carry the mad this may not be the case in Madjsoo. It will the location of our road bat conditionally,the .
&2$4e Clo)hing of the lataat ttyle. Black love Veils, ses. It has been refused in but few instances, by Monticello ; and it is.equally certain that secure to our road by far the greatest amount' line by B ilql Mm;'Wm. Scragg's and Madison >|
Gents Calf Boots, Shoes, Brogans and doth Cambric Thread, Cotton and Swiss and Linen Locec. and will, I feel confident, be granted tfo the the tax.payers of Jefferson will not be satis of local trado and travel, .whether a railroadbe and'instruct our'Engfdeer to proceed to J
Gaiter Bobinet Mantilla. edcrings Laces and Inserting, Company, whatever route be adopted, except lied with a decision, the consequence of built or not from Thoraasvitie the At locate it forthwith, and to continue 'tifl'the f;

Ladies Boys Shoes Kid Slippers of all kinds, white, and black, Colored Merinoes, by a few proprietors of lots near Tallahassee, which will be that no part ot their subscription lantic. It; seems to me a fair compromise: first fyf pf:December.. If by that time an amount -
welt Buskios, Curtain and Dress Calicoes and by some of the owners of land in the vicinity will be expended for the benefit of a road of conflicting views and interests and whileit of money equal to the estimated difference
I .. black and brown Lasting Gaiters, White Embroidered Lace Curtains, of Alligator. Except where our road through their/ county, but that the whole of it, will not be acceptable to al.! it will b6 acquiesced of cost including difference. distance
,black and slate
, U eo af Foxed hosiery. lands in the hands and more, or even tnat a in and between the Lower and the
;' White and black silk hosiery, may pass through of executors very large proportionof generally satisfactory. It js Scruggs Route,
44" Shoes, and Ties.low ,I Ladies and Gents,black and col'd Kid Gloves, administrators or guardians,. I have it, may be given merely to divert the road I the only route for a road which can be used shall be Bdbscrjbed by responsible men to tAt
Calf high
OnU half Shoes, quarters Misses colored Kid Gloves, already obtained the right of way from most to Monticello. It will cost the Company by any portion of the people of Leon, till we Scruggs Route then the adoption of the latter
44' Silk Hats Ladies and Gents buck and Kid Gauntlets, of the proprietors, on all tho different routes. more than the value of all the property of the make an Atlantic connection. The peoplein route shall .tx- final---- nthA'1.--.. _. wno
M fine Cassimere lists October 13, 1856. 41 This has been a work of time and labor, village. With every disposition therefore the lower part of Jefferson will be too far Lower Line-be; adopted and located a* the t
Gents and Boys Caps, SHorted most of which I have been obliged to per- to oblige the citizens of Monticello, the impropriety from the Monticello line to make a load with cheapest. udesa *c *r*.rr* *" JIWP15E"**>
w Italian Cravats and Scarf. Blankets, Plains, Kerseys. fffmIn_ expending so large an amount of their aragona wand from in a day, but there eonditioollj raised by UJO .ttvqc-.te Cf SOmQ
Silk Stocks and neck Ties, 9 BALES heavy grey Blankets. ;; accordance with money which will not advance are few who cannot make the to the other route sufficient to' eov fee difference
jour'instruction I directed our
A rood MMortmant of Genla.Linen Bosoms,Shirts 1 An. g\e\_.. _MA.Jrinnll'_____ rl/\__.
;ua Cellars. 1 Bales black and brown n Georgia Plains our Chief Engineer, Mr. Griffin, to en- the lout, but will impair our other resources, Scruggs line. The satne)s tiu.e of the plant. ia cost'or that route over the Lower Route.
All of"which we wQl sell as low aj any boose I Do. Georgia rolled Kerseys, gage the servicesofttvo efficient Corps of En besides requiring the expenditure oftbe wholeof ing interests of Madison.. It is the. wise p licl:p(oar .Legislator* topromote
i Town either for cash or approved credit Rocky Rook Plains gineers. With us it was a matter of primary the Jefferson county subscription, must be AU otl">er .things being equal, I,would not as far as it may, the Interest1 ofaU
8.ptember1R55. S8 Also Ackley and Louisville do. importance to have our surveys completed, manifest to all. hesitate to recommend.the adoption of this the sections of our State. 'They 'wilT'cotpermit

Notice to Contractors. Landing, an from assortment brig Mystic of, Linseys and.fur,sale plaid.by and plain. and our road located in time to let our contracts It may be that the people of Leon desire route. But while it possesses so many advantages any portion of'the' munificent 'fdnd

1 (UJt's OFFICE PEKSAOOLA AKD GEO. R. R. ) McN AUGHT & ORMOND. for graduation before the end .pHhe the road to run through the lower part of ,it will cost large amount of money which Congress baa bestowed upon as to be
TALLAHASSEE, November let, 1855. f Newport October 13, 1855. 41 year. Should this be delayed till ailer-the' thejr cpunty, and the people of Jefferson wish more than two other routes, which with our used so as to affect injuriously 'any great Interest *

.SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this first of January next, the planters ofthe coun- it through the upper part of their county, and very limjted means we cannot well l afford topay. of the Stat Hence the. 'provisioa ha
., for the Grubbicg, Clearing Graduation, Clothing. try, who we expect will be our contractors, >he people Madison through the middle of the Internal Improvement inat oer:vy. ,ii
Trestle Bridgeing,and Ties Culvert for the Masonry.1st Division, and the of fur-the BLACK CLOTH Frock Coats will have made their arrangements for tho next theirs, and if it be true that the majority of I have.thus far considered the relative cost- top shajl be so far .cpmpleted before any ill
the Cross
.nisbing Peosacola and Georgia Rail Road, between Tnlkhas- Tweeds Sacks do. and Frocks do. yearand could not devote their labor to building each .county may control the route of the of4hese routes with reference to the WareHouse Northern connection shaH be made with Georgia ';
*see and Madison from the 10th to the 17th Decem- Hunting Coats our road, as we now hope they will. road .through its territory, we would have i Crossing of the S wannee River; but roads, that BO injuktifzvmthe

cber nut. Vests, of various materials, With this view, the surveys have been prosecuted three disjointed parts of a road, of no benefitto my opinion isr that we should cross the Su- connection.' It' was feared that'otiHso- .
Also for the 2d Division of the Road between Pantaloons, of various qualities, with great vigor, aud I believe with unprecedented anybody. wannee at Columbus. lation and the sfrongbeeessify we feftfor a :
Madison and Alligator, from the 20lh January to the Superior Over Coats, dl' :atcQ. But, while the ,differenceof cost of con. According to the estimates of the Engineer railroad communication with the rest of man-
.1 lit
February Pilot aud Mohair do. The of tho which struction makes it the cost of the Road Columbus kind, would;cause'oar people to yield to the'
Plan and Profiles of the respective Divisions will Blanket! Over Coats and Jacket, etc etc. season Jcar.at we commenced necessary to .reject the by ,
-be exhibited at this office on and after the 10th De- Landing per Mystic and for sale by operations was very unfavorable. For Upper Route,". it is very important that our considerably exceeds the eost,of one by the tempting offer of Savannah to permit her to ;
.cember and 20th January. And the Proposals will be McNAUGHT
tod opened on the on let the February 17th December for the 2d for Division.the let Division Newport October 13, 1855. 41 The weather too was (exceedingly warm. But to secure for it the trade of -least the wholeof luminary surrey from the former place to Alligator to East Florida and the Eastern

TM work will be divided into sections about one Shoes and Boots.MEN'S. the surveys were vigorously pressed, delayed our own Stale North of the line of the road. was on an air line, and.developed the counties of Middle Florida. But tha"patriOti" i
.mrtfl length to suit the the elcknesa of the Sbnnlii l railroad be built ism of the people resisted the Ser '
n conT nteuo of bidden. onljrjj gentlemen composing to Tho agville fact that by a slight deflection we may save aflaring :
Stockholders will have the preference of other bid. WOMEN'S and BOY'S Shoes and Boots I the Corps of Engineers, nearly all of from Brunswick or Savannah, and should we 840,000 on the estimated coat, without add. and we have uniformly prescribed the point !
.1 den at lie same bid. AU contractors except Stockholders Mystic. For sale bvMcJfAUGHT whom suffered more or less, and some seriously locate on the Southern or Lower Route," Ing matariall.v lo the distance. This will at .which Savannah may'connect with 'pur !
wD! be to take of their fe ORMOND.
required a '
part pay in of to contin- the pepple of the Northern of Jefferson make the line from Columbus road so far East that no njor/can accrue to
la Stock, preference being given to those who will Newport October 18.1855. .41 consequence exposure part I Alligatorno i
tak. the largest amount. ued hot and wet weather. Fortunately, however and a portion of Leon will be nearer to the more costly than that (rom the WareHouse our Eastern roads from the connection. '
WM. GRIFFIN, Chief Engineer.Marshal's Boots and Shoes, Mr. Griffin was enabled to employ other Thomasville! road than to our own. If, on to Alligator. The only difference : This is a.point East of the Alapafcata-which;
Sale. LADIES Kid, Jenny L. Buskins Engineers and hands to supply the place of the contrary, we adopt a more Northern route, then, on the entire route frpm Tallahassee to we invite Savannah n.s pnju;we construct
Ties. thoge.thus rendered temporarily unfit for duty. we shall secure the trade of part of Thomas Alligator between the two -crospoga, is the our roads' through the county:of Colombia. ;
.: T DisTri virtue t Court of two for executions the Northern issued District from of the Florida U. S- "" -Black* walking eloth Gaiters Shoes By adopting this policy, our expenditures up and Lowndes counties, though there may be estimated excess of the :cost Qf.a Bridge at 'and I am happy to communicate to jbo that

'ne TO iaYerof NewWd and Ros!'elt.the other in f.- Pruuell Buskins, to the present time-have been greater than another railroad through those counties, for Columbus ,,over .poo a.t: ,the_ Ware House, my correspondence' with CtoicfeoS eifiteta of
Tor:: of Fearabd and Jconingt, both vs. David P. F 4' Calf was estimated, but the true interest of the ours would be the nearer. We must consider which may;:be avoided&y curve .00 each Savannah affords assurance*: that her people
N.lTaom: ,.I barf levied upon the following lauds to Bootees. Company has been consulted, and the surveys what we can pay to secure this, trade. side of the River, should,jt be deemed advisa are-,willing and,desire o.unIerroa4-with

wit: 'Mena" kip pegged. Brogans jiore economically made, than if longer time When our road shall be completed so far lie,-to.enable nato cross at right angles instead ours,at the point i'we bare ever proposed,
TTi-i E t SEt Sectipa?. V | S TV J and .g E 4"of lined and B Erogans, 'Hamilton.
JTW-i Section S.jmd TV1SE4 and S'Wof r calf Boots had been taken with a less efficient fprce', and as to form a connection between the Gulfand [ crossing obliquely to make a straight through Jnty aad attcfttheAlapaha. ; .
-If V J Seetibn-: ad EJ N W i Section 31,TownhiplRRQff84.SAE sewed in no other way could the work have been' Atlantic, our chief profit will be derived road. .Savannah des e ; ,pot'enijr: kcon>
L .* ; and 3 E Jof NE I Sec. 25, waterproof Boots got ready for contract before the beginning of from the through tradz and travel, the vast But Columbus is the "-head of Steamboat necffonwithTsl'iee.adThih_ -
Township iRauge 3,8 and JflofM.WjSfictioa6Township2Raage4.S 1tESectieoe. X "E of !
J jTo-wpship 2. Range 3, kip pegged lined and B Brogans,
r.; 44 countryhas'been thoroughly examined from to us. How much { miles below] and *, through Columbia, terf, Marion-. Hernando
". S 4 B; and S J of if W -J,Section Townsh-p 2. unbound draw-bridge ;may i be necessary
Range, 8 t E; containing sv handrcd and twentyA.oooebs1fotNWbfNEI Gents fancy toilet slippers, Tallahassee to the Suwanee river, and thenceto The estimates show that the Lower Lino at.that point-The Internal improve and HHhiboroog, and to stablisli dailj commvnkadon .
-acreanaoreorlesa.. l 4' Goat aad calf Alligator, and every ro'Utc deemed at all is the shortest and chrapest, and looking to ment Act,declares that "overall streams that:,' with tho ,West :Indiaa by'meanaofam&road '
one third of the IE i of N WJ, and one half of N W* Patent. leather shoes. practicable has been accurately surveyed, and our road with reference alone to its most are navigated; suitable draws sbajl be :, termmating at 'Tamp orCkarlotte -
of N W .Section 1; and the oge.thirdofS E* of N cloth top Gaiters. pqt .
Xi'Spettod' t. b .Towncblp %; ef |&ize:3: S A E, 80 Childs ancle tie Shoes, careful estimates made of the cost of constructing -i important ntf'relt..tbe through businesst there in-to admit .the.passage of ,boata or vessels! barmofflza' i Harboc./.Her';interest Ia all .respects
'a re4.'ore or less,being aA undivided interest in the Childs and Misses colored and Black cloth Gaiters, each. The aggregate length of the can be DO doubt that.it should be adopted. usually navigating-the same, to .be.decided pith the FJonda ayatwn. o/rail-
,,four'.named tl. The.. hove .described lands Plantation Russets I surveys is 391 miles, and there are twenty different It is not only the shortest and cheapest, but by the State Engineer. roads.!' ;,kj-.rjiM. '. .!,- *****. i I*. .
will be sold before the Court House doer in the Town Wornans kip pegged. Buskins I routes, and combinations of routes from its adoption will develope the resources of Our Engineer has not estimated the cost I bave-ifidmuci r rcoTtwpondence.with the
.ooiietJIo..p.tbc ;jlit'.Mondaf,m Decewbeinextbetweeiitliel AlLof which I' a Bootees. which a selection may be made for the location and populate a large extent of country abound arid inconvenience of a draw-bridge, but ,! President, of the Florida' Atlaotio add Ctolf
gat hours of sale t satisfy laid fi. fa'e. will buold.low'by
o- ... ..EiE., BLACKBURN, *7, 8. Marshal DAVID C. WILSON. of nvr'road. ing in naval stores which otherwise must ever should one be necessary at Ware-House, Centr l.Rsildroad Campaair.oBtJrt'i jof
," <* Northern District Florida.. October"13, 1851, 41 Tbe.lufid( report of our jEJngineertin.Chief remain a wilderness the Columbus !..crossing will be less eostlv the junction loarr.roada The Ocean
I 2LqitieU DetJiber ,!71. 18.5. 48 with the ccprppanvingroaps, presents accurate The actual l cost of constructing: road pver and mnoh..preferable.The. ., Pond t necessity: of c'rottiog 'three', ".

'... Fifth &C., per Asa Fish. analysis of the top 'ra'pqic.al features the-route ninning.Jp.the jjeperal directipnj .,Internal 'Imprp vement..Act .pr>stSesrioncpnteraplatss and .qJiecQbMia1 aAntareeiog, wj| peens
. .,:,, tBa; pn"IBagg-Jng-&c. :10BBLS.No.l; Mackerel., pf the whole country from :Tallahassee'to? Al-, the Base Line as far as the ..neighborhood of a j connection between tbe.constrbctioo-oDn ctroad; ] through the'
; ,.TUSjr.reoiT i per latest rrirals f pm New CTt .u Jigator, between Monticello and the Flat Madison, designated .the Middle '-Line; is the Georgia and >iiorida-.System, of RailRoad coaot; :of .Hamilton' and, !Coiambi.lz',
,J an*jed Kew ,Yrk, following,articlea..which 20 Kitta I '' seeking.Uu :Atiantift'<
, L' ieyo&attie1owestcaahprkee: *' 20j .2. Woods, and affords reliable data for making estimated at 843,000 more than the,Lower ata point east pf.tbe Allapaha, so soon w&MLit.&aetsarrtA
J5 Caska Baoon '" 10 Bafet Bagging, 10 Quarter Bbl. No. 1 Mackerel, the most advantageous location for our.rpad. Line, and is 2,48 miles .longer. The difference as wo connect.with the -East Florida Roads. bar-Soath after.'crosalogit SairamMWaod .
t.'iO-'BbbKflofar, ., .15 -Pa.Sea'Island do. 10' ; M W u .2 of whch the country is susceptible. It is the in.length i is mainly caused by the Our. Stockholders desire this connection; andI it is our porpotaito comply with the wUhe

  • :*OifrlbTir; e-> 10RICHARDSON Bb1a.KeMfor: 2BbIs."l- .' ; and, whether we regard the estimates the Base Line to the valley of Lake La. to the, interest of any ,of oor:Florida junction With tie ,Central' Railroad at'or,la I!

    60/lL--.N. ,'., &.. WHITAKER.Yeport. *2'0.Boxes Smoked I Shad.: Herring high/or low, they are uniform; and afford the fayette ;fo enable us to get away fronvTal: Roads, but will be in aid of all ; and of.this the vicinity 0f Ajligato/v. 'Harto* 'la new.a |f

    October 27. 18.5lt 43g 25 :Cod FiSh, best and only reliable means Comparing the ;Lahaesee, and then pursuing the valley of the opinion are the people 4>l East Florida, as connecUoo.of.r:road-with.tLi S o& Florida -
    --"-. ..- .-. For wle_by R. H. BERRY. cost of? the different,routes which have been Lake and following- ... East course to a was ny ntrested,.bjr ,tbe votes of .their.Repre. roads,:this deflection Wm a apre direct ate
    : .lIT1or ,J. '.not ce.. .PcW :lB..l8Mi. 41" examined.The.'important. point* 1.i miles South of:the Base Line, before sentativea at the:last,Cession of the:LegU. Collie AtL ntic.U not oadesirable_ ''B, be

    *1.fumf"S ocknoWeri of the 'Southern Life Insartneeu JTist'Received on Consignment- : business of our present session leaving Leon county. Oar Chief Engineer lature, (or a Charter,.for a R ad.romCedar., fore the final location of qmMrdia Colombia.
    JL is to decide the question of location estimates that a distance K the county the tennwo cWnion'of this .
    itoA trait QOL; are hereby botifiad that Jo poraoW .LARGE lot of BaconjFioorand saving is equivalent l 'y to Georgia line,'in tbe-'direction ofMacon jtmetlon
    .JII rat tqf.4ir9Init Qdli.4P.led&1..will A will be sole low for cash by 8.Wbiseywbkl S.KNIGHT. I which made our duty by the following resolution to .saving $50,000 per mile, .and there : 'Jn, iew.of this eoooection; as 'If.eI1}l las abo1b< j ftt ,evwir;:.reaacn *to .
    plac at' $ |Bce ojT tbe mnpapy in.TaI *fJ.e.fT October. 18, 1855. .. 41 of the stockholder?, at,their meeting in fore, that sum should. be added to the estimated for other, considerations to wbfch hare b\-rethtt,there.willl tio. 'diffieulty f Id the
    lI,1A.\ iai,Dtcember oezt,,for"trustee*Jar ',- June last of the l waj.7f a friendly.tMI, tatiaf& -
    "rthi .. :, cost longer-lines. [-referred, it seems to me we ought nol to bui : ctory; arraag
    tl m'I.1: It'4t, .. .. 444 '. Jost'Keceived' on Consignment, Resolved, That the Board of Pjrcctors, The .route. by Bailey's mills, and .W m. tate to adopt the .Columbus, instead of tbq; ttent between-itiit two companiaa: '.*hom Inilertsta -
    BOXES Tobacco 'Pure Virglnra be instructed to"employ Scruggs, 'cr the are, in:rr*respect,idaatfcaL-There
    I. V IOO put up I competent engineers,, ssing Aucilla near the Ware House crossing of ,the SuwanqcA. ht
    Notice. expressly tot the trade. For sal* on liberal AS sOOn:as'practicable, to locate the railroad Sandy Ford,.and passing- about' three miles will save the construction of mor. ihnn.three baa.been delay inoftho th1amauaiJocTts.

    r TN nf'lt1 earan"4uonbelIODorableJ. Waylet rms,by S.S.KNIGHT: East from Tallahassee, and tp prepare the Sooth of Monttcello whICh I shall designate miles of road irf;the direction'. Jof the Georgia Tact th D6 d eedofsrSosiuf .'

    .. .'Z'reut iI' 1i.kar(, .Lu4ge-St.of f.Y.lorid t. circuit i, the C91lrt.\ma oftijeMiddle Oeteber.l8,1855.41. ,,, .nefrjontract as soon;, possible,;, and to theS; cruggf Line, if estig18te cto.cost seven JinA, and ifI am correct :In the opkionail held from) tbe mth. tp-l '! N'1ut.

    dt.DCIO i WttM estate of John raiJOed Wilford Ad. in CIaI.Ul'.6IiII IMD CiiiiC rirf, locate and prepare for contract.the.rpad West. ty three {housand dollarsmore, .than- 'the have expressed, .will not add to:< the'{cost of Doubtless theropoaqua ..a& bi J'd.
    ,deceased,/WillaeU at public octcry to the highest bid. D .,- ; : "!.e &-i.i-i. .. '.' front Tallahassee asso6n as adequate subscriptions Lower Lieand, in 1.16. miieslonger. This ConalrucUng, road. ligator .by'..the I oth.Board: al,Jtaia ilu'ii&lie.ceptaIl.to4beF. : .
    tJUa latftk beloKJqr to said .estate, to wit: the E. i of the of.- Harrison dae'edj.IDefendaot .. tyoq. LCevri1e.zn Coargingli! or
    N.jr.4'6feaion n:' On many accounts it desirable :that this irlt rests bf Leon and will sodirWe the plant' to the:Eogineec'a ceporL jh ) f
    m'Towiiship !; Range-two, r :
    ,North&Del lasClflTMUinzntirBf Leon and State of of'a.Decree" .J .'/. question.should.heettled bythe stockholders; ing:country Jefferson .that it will be near -_ ShouldrjrottT epncnr with, main opiojoti .;...'4be:bjfor J J wh .
    Florida. Tefffl6 &aV'<"iai 'fc d the balance in. BY.virtue- tb of S ptembez rendered', '1855 in, the aai abdersigned
    **& "sSSffiBSfiS J\. .. '..UietHgBest!bidder Jb>:'cash; at, e Conrt; /and doubt not it will be" dsacharged.to1IA : county for a wagon to make tripand. re.tume lotnbas the fierngg's fine,wifl stilL cost$75.:. : .. ;in &h'.I pT'lQJtjO.I lvihA.. PrwH t,.:tof' ,
    c? JC6rtot ".!"d boniJ. ,. .. ..Howe-in OUy.of I)1bss4ee) ;Ibn thefirst Monday 'i4tisri. i,fef all' 'wli :arc !!nfefested liD- -. .a 1 i'?, & 'The Middle r 'Line wOlbe 766 more than the cheapest Lower.line. .andjttteqjpUagjerai ;.; t 1lQ JIlt/for-
    -:, ri 4ri88i/re 44. ; : ., io T December, 18M,die_._ lJo.ioc., _die ribILaad*, th'g neral.elfareand! : uninfluenced'by'.per.ftonai ililtle" !lets''convenient' tint Ii cheaper by .20,18a II.t.han.&bo Mkfle jLn.- .- i' prO .!.bq.I.Af ,,nw ,1 I

    g"J.f._ i oJj'a "dir'ili' '1F 1i : Tbe'W.4ptlie: ''S"W'* t e.tP.rowua1ips2l; ; ; 4, < contidefaUons. Regarding each.taxpayer thirty thousand ddlars: ..rp.j uJ ] ,1\\7itb; : $ air approximate;i g! Ufpl' '.. ,wbn..Gt e r _

    , "fiitIi ., s ;ci ieo,aOrt,, Eiti1.:24t t"'W'f o( 1WIof Se&'i; Tou.bRntet:7 .: igjtbe counties vrh ch hare taken stack tbln :w. should adopt.one qf these Jines, estimate gfettbfrugrtater T Igfe .cf t&aijocaf p. Z.M'MIIU j ""i" ".
    .1f.L'.aDd Jf ;&Z thEjfNESeetidn2 i as a stockholder, it is impossible l toi have from .Each passes through a .country generally'i'v trade ao4 trajei .ibis iroaia orMjthc'J.ine; a i.l .wctJj.1' iJd
    ".. .'- ," .' DtI1.V&IIeiOid '" tT_ '1 14'X 6'1( &B& B fos.Jtot r rIkE them i i Jrr6x fessfbh''of prefererictffor any : we' 'T. tLli ..ifct'.T--t'j1 P6e.. tirn1ej1orioss Route Iil kitber\'ciarbt.pp/jloafct! ; 1iw it:: Adat1iif $ tionb thslieftJtrof.bos1 _
    Y ;'l, qdl I' '
    {I ... ', 'A.1. OatBki. ",. .. .. .pou._ &B "" Pi l"ljt: 1oS fbubf+ Th'tktt ug '! <,utd.thef4)P6.thOUght. tie&'I.tdtbli:: : da c't; dvt'd( win)-fciceid otheri:; reat.oa.\';'lad'd Ieoat '. M.tkd8ih.
    8a4.Towisbip2Bange1LtE allot 5kt
    &r -'alWT ..f..' oaiOTowp.blptiR&uze J K4 ra>e.;HBptd&l t d.i prpper to,ruakei; the-Direc-' ths'&fruggi r 1it1 :trIlniiibtit: i it Whil the town of :Port'LonexUtepce },..j : .a tDUW Mo .mH td t, _
    ,. 'I. j. .$W IIi1 Swj .t.ts i'aDr.11; tort Df.this Cowpaoy:their agepU fo*..this pur. The Middle line jai'ordl'1flS,1acUide.* &$p aofcnaod ..1haLthettravelthe.TalIaheee f i1IIi.-i't'(4- *t= "" ,

    .ttlL"f fflSBSSkiifc:.t: ,' '" lJ .-'.w"" 'I.t p9&c.sv IAthJ'J 8tUpg baL.eiglbt.wUQ$ fr,tp'jafl. Oadf' ceOded '.13X Oin' 1.. iMwl*. .
    .ia 1A --/J.M ia .
    Jr.z1.t'.i.! B*? 1 1moppa t. W} tW odth Wao,1tJ Ej, 1.dterrnningtbia! : question, the, first coo? I. ****\t el jrSfoSB' .FW. u.MLV oM ear"UlCaDGi&.be'aD; )O ..fttim .: _. .k at .
    aSSS ? ; .1iT :Ii 1 N-4 ..1i.1 :l5" : : .
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    & '. ." '. .', Deration With'as li cheapneaofconstruoHbn.But'ft rupro. convenientaburctant* ana of bettor ,fsppoto that thbifanl ibctweca ciilapO&iMid < .I.. .
    tc :'szflJ)1413yJ4 t.r w'uHe ai'(Irar>6rtantt6 'loea>tbii dwhiMJtWU1.teccr. 1 quality*tai l t on*tf''Tf-l t iil*''*.i j-I ad "Wt 1i '.be 1Mo f: = o.;_ ..
    ik.z stii. tbe' h1 ''ftJd; hinhM lout' I --.J
    C sw W* V2r. 'gr /smoontofeter. d. ifl'i', 1 I I iotherad .
    .- I -" ft.HZ"'J '.'e' x de,4. .b..J .IU: c .. l quiiWt1'OfeWilnpla.' lJ..tberUw.. jis.:I weriIl"l te AiJlttJam.Ie..' &.

    : 1ft ; *,vL.'W ,, tb i" : tic' L zt.i1 t P.-Oj.to .. \/f... IW e -.1 ..- d tt h.t .zJt." : .pedritJ'wuli_ t. a.POtf .;
    l. t.1 ssD7t.b&Q! 8eetioa .TOWDIIdp-' fflf deaver.tD ascertain> w. .,\ *" buid 4i At'B' J9 r nIiTh)4wlih. i' ft1: = &' .at.

    A -C *-!" I::4.4 T. 1. ."bAfl'-J 't, .. fbcr.t U fti Jliitfer' wnaFim'eii.rt \"I Mdfs ttst. one bunsreud i LoW .ocW&mil II .
    I. .10 .flP.Siii -C-i/. t :t& 1&i b1iiJf.1 t 11G Mt U LhqqZg f ii diP !' f adMdIt t.r c*tt* l' MIB. .frTh LebEue .. 1'1

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    bw 16, :: .4ti C_t.ber1Et.. '. Matter.4ttM i* C1tIltftr! $. ,' lion, 'rt So able regard should be had 'to' tb* forty four thoulain*ana twtnty nv o a re*. I' s ..'rTe1 .. .. u ; '-,>.. ;


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    f taftadLttu t4 T-si.no* corporation*>x rntnetips..L .1 tion tho constitutionality'of'thls"U act of -------I J position. Failure nsno seals the fate,of J.fT. r. If-on the otijer hand, the_ )quanimity of any ;of/this character, .it wm'1I1..i. cans 28; Republicans; scd Dtmocrata. 47.
    a cnnuotJfailio i it Legislature have the brought before i son and Mccfiion counties, so far as'concerns brethrep 'ten isturbe4orTuffled nr&to approve, sustain and aid,, fr ai .we *j; ""
    . ;3eieTtttg! thai U>e Legislature subject I ofmy,. [ ,). A R toiio Catholic
    ; authorize it, I recommend the adoption tBejud sltfibunals'of jtbe. country), A 'case! all hope '.Of railroad:'S jntiejfc Those .who in' ti&- !uterthnAe *ith fij -letoiowhijhaVe canTtoBjmaturing intejreto qthie noblftW l : : s clergyman of the dja

    t the baess or 12 reeL for our road-bed. There has beep Jnade out'ancl: submitted; after eta*: cause the fai&ire may!lory'ih |i(l r tturaph, \ 1 forgiveness i ndlutkieieftet. ikrtaWijga, which, wheifpompIeSd,.witfJtormprtalikth Caxhyayithe London TTofdls .

    t 'la ao conceivable benefit from the wide Bases 1 bo rite iirgiibenti| tohJ ;JIorior, Judge Baker,; but it will be a tri mph over th :best iDt T1.tfthelt lraps: ;myheaTtfrl. f'.. '4- projectorand.derate te|ta has received a letter.from an Irish pr ,
    t. c6tnmeosnrate.wiUi its increased eestsod whose decision will' soon be made known.: count. 'i \ vv j -. Ret. Thomas R aitfoir,'f Ea ti>
    I think I conclude this without boaring CHARLES E. DYKE. high n>11h\ scale of commercial importance n,PCIIDI ii
    result cannot report
    t all parties sem now to concur in the pro.: Anticipating a we : r \ nia, Ia the course of which tie
    Wietr of the repeal of this restriction and of shall have no difficulty in the collection of instalments the most cheerful testimony to the'energy and federal grandemr.Permiius _, 1. writer,

    .,.- ther. &d pted"b1.* fast: Legtsla' called irv zeal and industry with-which; Mr .CrrifHn, to say, befSre"weco"heludSf that J.osI1--tD Uta (OII' r ..tp-W.
    I. .tiit. _, -' To enable us to complete the location of the Enginer-in. h ef and his .a -, To*/x x Our,. *" we should do violence to our own f&i&gfljf' aeDCG.tocheck.- : -* : the fa
    'Coflslderirigieonnection with 'Abd'onko th roadTby the time we desire it, it is essential discharged their respective tTnties,'an which CtiTou wifl 'perceive* byJ the foregoing thaithe sane irit'of'emigranon Irf -y'j; '
    suffered this occasion tojjaat.without 1dJci
    t -of:Uw Tallahassee R. R..OK essential to the that.the.ame force_,be continued in the have been executed to v my entire. \'Utia. ZnOR. ; undersigned has stepped into:thproprie. we paying seems io possess tte'people.oUard rw 1I..d.e1. '
    the cbar
    ., well merited tribute to high cIter p.Qnthilznotctaio
    a. a
    field which -
    existence of.the Pensaeota and Georgi was engaged on our experimental aodjba eforth ; : W1t .
    tl Tory r.. .k0 Hie Mr Griffin has .beeii torsbipoftIpaper ; fit whom roceoed-! \ !- :
    ; C.urHrtockh6ldr. .at.their meetin .. SF61 IIthr1nLD ..t -jur- report Ipf ; ; prepared of the gentleman we are "J.- 4.J ,
    ii ft '_-_R.1L_ DlredO.co conium-, ter,.terminating tllf".let of ll'.Jiext,is, with great labor and care and ,is fulliol: ,"will W; conducted under_ change f auspices. lag itft! managemcnt'of this n1aL* 'With I .: ._.Q .,..

    "mite"the parcFasa of t contrdinga"mottat of, ajbout 85,000.Vben : .-" : useful! information, and commends, itself to la announcing this eyeof,, candor constrain and be has labored I Wbi1 thLitra1 t Ddlt1oD'1O
    :,tock 10 ,tba comp WUhout; this otr i \ 'the road shall haye been located, the:. our- careful xnn inati n. .?.. T us to admit at the outset, th '\ro.are not no ordinary bet ability fTttIe IrDPr lihiftlil4 r ht
    i, ." Cbinp\ny\to: 4 1 t.mercf : en neerlng epenseiorcthtrrctionareeti.thated E.C.CABEJLI'reSiJenI.: lengand faithfully 'for.the .maintainatfce II ofthe mode o -- h
    of.t1Tal.:1 .l. the due appreciation id Dt. aD
    lightly impressed by l
    4"' ] "iabaiwee; JL'rR.JCo./ibr( wpuld.be at $13,009pcr annum,'provided the entire -- i democratic;principles fa. Florida,aid his retirement -. FOP l
    i :".' tlfbiu1d' road io'tlie"GUIr. This route 'is putniler contract at the the grave responsibilities1 we are thus-voluntarily if the Y.v1a. .which tb tW
    | ,a nevr- pur. .same : will. be widely) felt and/ deeply lamented b4ng
    : ."'. th4.S t hits beea- msjde on.favorable terms and time.. -Should we determine to put only part lt e fI{ bian : |onrualTALLAHASSEE imposing upon ourself, as the conductor :his; friends everywhere, .tie" ,has, d nl+'tofoutderana .e'- ..wertzd..

    J..( 'ensures"all tbe'beriefitVof an,1mmediate.Gulf of the road under:contract these expenses will .__ ____- .ww-_ __.__. of a political and partisan.paper, locatedat by .Jo fBe dep s'otif '
    ''Connection' be reduced.It now placed himself beyond the reach of the hue a setter Chance
    , for If thtrd"bf the iqs( of building proportionately : the Capitol of the State. The aumerous friJTiOi thph5
    ".1 a new ro&4 The Tallahassee R. R. may .is a question 'worthy of serious consider winds and wares 'of'politiealitri: a4/party tthey.haTe.&ft.r. the,. bn.ltted (
    and duties which will necessarily -.ti\e
    :T\\ c nii, be! regarded a completed. part of bur ation whether the interest off our Company important turmofl, to enjoy, .we hope,.the substance of lIJ.this onntty. Bo Itcothe

    .47 .,: Jrbad and:doubtless measures 'will be taken will not best- be promoted'by' confining our Saturday. November. 17, 185. devolve upon us by virtue of this new position the quotation; that "after the labor, cometh 'ofthfearfuI haY'oc'oraoa wMela I 5,4rn J

    . "tcrco'nsolidate"and: amalgamate the stock of operations, for the'present, to the construction -, are indeed of such weighty character. as of oini her ... re4

    c; .. the'two'companies on equitable rms.- i of the first division" 'of oar road. Say from : A DVICtlTISrNo. ne dlIar'per Mjunreof 12 lilies or are cafoirlated 1o render distrustful of success the repose. God" :gi"IBI\hPOW.of..q ; & Qr

    ; The following Is the resolution. adopt.by I Tallahassee, fifty miles East, to Madison 4ess, for. first insertion, and fifty cents for beb COn tinIllUIce. the most and mind and : JAMES S. JONES. fire round Ireland to ''.usika-.l. '
    . The stockholders i iHcsdvod Court-House, or the neighborhood. sanguine leaving ft, ft should '6e"S3 S

    1 That this meeting approve oft I think I have go.d reason for believing n all Ir caefn.Announcement.advance. of canid&te. f5, to be pait therefore has produced in our own, (partially Mr.Cabell's'-' .. Report. with which I am.writing this fine V, ttWdW.

    the purchase of a.c otroliug amount of stock that, before our contracts can be made, our : assisted as it is, by either the foregoing The importance of the matter treated of inthe For the 101'e.of. Jesus try to k ep jo rat people
    .. (10 the Tallahassee Railroad, and that the subscription will probably reach 8800,000, requisites) emotions of diffidence, occasioning able report of the PresIdent the Pensa- home, for every individual you keep
    .a Directors. authorized to.do ull tliat is neces- payable 'in work and cash. With.these meanswe trTiLE: of St. Augustine friends of, are Maj.authorized BENJAMIN to announce A. PUTNAM no small amount of embarrassment -But cola and Georgia.Railroad Company, has induced snatch a soul from bell" ,

    ..: .!tocoti6umroatetbat jmrphase and trans. shall be.able to constraettlre road'to Madison him as a candidate for Associate Justice of the Supreme pledging in good faith the greatest possible us to lay it before oar readers todayto The Re !.gentleman who tiius! stales setms
    , icr Of'Etok to (Ihil'Company.0 and put it in operation. Connecting as Couit of Florida,1! the election to be held in .
    arry this, resolution into effect, the we shall"with the Tallahassee R. Road, the December next to flll the vacancy occasioned by the exercise, without abatement, of our humble the exclusion of other matter. If those fully understand the prose- 'bjwidi; ,*.ibt
    ". 'portion o ftfl e. purchase ..mOney. whicl1.w. produce of Jefferson and Madison counties, death of HOD.-Thomas Douglas..- I c capabilities, in the effort to impart character: who are opposed to the late action of the Di fearful havoc of souU ls 'brougi _:.abcttia

    , dab;:amounting to $ ,.) has been ;p id. and .part of 'Thomas and Lowndes counties _., THE friends of Col. TSO. P.SA?"DEnsoY- and interest f to the Floridian $.Journal, we rectors in the location of the road will give t this country. Coming ia contact with tile

    ,i :, .It 'a.s. thought. that.m the tall.-Wine made .through:. these Ga.win same'pass counties over,our'and road
    I :the newspapers talmtmts dee 10 1ed tne I siocKnojaers. to pay and Columbia, Florida, and parts Clinch of the.Supreme Court, to fill the rtcaticy occasiuocd the monitor experience shall have communicated think they will see cause to change theirviewL mind becomes'enlightened and a ,(.
    necessary .prosecute county, the death of the Hon. Thomas .
    by ; Douglas. tion into Pretestautis Um the *tnraIreI1t.....
    1 our tun'cys and defray.other. xp nses would I Ga., will be supplied by'us with their groceries tq us more fully the teachings of political '

    t be sufficient But it. soon' became manifest; ; and all! other i imports. The road would J5f WE are authorized to announce CARAWAY Y sagacity, and the maxims'of skillful prudence. Besides the change among adalt ,,Cathones,

    .- "tiiat perKOiial l'''application' to each subscriber thus be made to pay from the beginning. SMITH for the,office E q, as of a Associate candidate Justice at the of ensuing the election, We have lad no .mails from the North and it has been esflmated thAt at'least' .sotj..percent

    ' was necessary. TUcre being no agent for The successfiil*operation of fifty miles of road Court to fill the vacancy occasioned by the Supreme death of The paper under our superintendence will West by way of Quincy since last week, owing of Catholic children annually tatj

    I this purpose, this"laborious and not pleasan.ttuty will inspire confidence and give us credit which the Hon.Thomas Douglas. to the high state of the waters on the
    '. will insure its continuance; Port the- continue to be, as it ever has been, the zealous reach.years of maturity embrace the, PrStw.
    hits be en discharged by with but some on f
    pIe Ocklockonee and
    ' partial success. Much\ titn, which Atlantic. With nothing to sustain them but c: We are Jl.utbol zed to announce CoI.B. M. and unwavering advocate of Democratic Little Rivers. The lower tant faith. With such rapid 'Inroads into Cttholicism >

    :i iave been,more.usefully employed, has migh thus the road bed, the-bonds. of the Company with I I Supreme PEARSON Court as a of candidate Florida, at for the associate election Justice in December of the- principles. The great political party-of the bridges ordinarily used by the Stage-oyer both ,.it is not 'smrprmng that She clergy

    j. 'jbeea necessarily consume I recommend the guarantee 'of interest by the Internal Imprbvem'enl next, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of American Union, characterized by these principles of these streams have become impassable men of that faith oppose immigration. to t&s

    "; the employraeut.; of an agent to collect in fttnd; m'ay not be readily disposedof Judge Douglas. we are pleased to assert, stands up the one case (the Ocklockonee' ,) by being carried country,:as 'the only' means of'checking the
    ,At rlDel demanded. on our stock, who will but with the irfdre "Substantial basis of .1 entirely and in the other
    away, by
    WE authorized proud and fearless in all its rfirm poretions decline and ultimate extinction of their
    paying road in Opefa'fidnj.I think wo shall Jr are to announce Judge A.L integrity as '
    at the tiin bo useful in ;
    same <
    % neblcribcrs. \\ washed
    being The
    I ... have no difficulty in negotiating heir "sale.- WOODWARD M a candidate for JustfceoftheSapmne granite, and.true as steel to the Constitution.It ., up. upper bridges church. Let the Know NotUnn. read a JesT -
    -court, in place of the Hon.Thomas de "" *
    Douglas the '
    Yro'oa-.the tltnp of the firSt 'organization of There are few people ''residing on the line from ceased. has met and defied, and fought till the isms across same streams, although still standing son from the circumstance* Lire rn tioDed.

    'J .?;:. -"-, .<\ tie 1st of October, our Madison to Alligator, and we shaH pr61Jl'lily' of the day, with a patriotic heart, a tireles zeal, are also impassible, except by swimming, They think to promote Protestantism in their

    ..I ..expenses and liabilities amount to S7.B57..VJ. nn.-i when difficulty the work in shall' 'Ipttin have been our cofftra$, cul* l t To the Patrons of the Florldlan., JourI I and an unflinching poiim.TR. Tnonfrh borne the waters having gone out of their banks and war upon Catholics, but their efforts have the
    besides the -----
    of. completed
    amount 4,000 paid to Gen. ofi ( tr 0-- -----0- flats
    I t? Il cu atconnt of the purchase of his Stock the first part of the road, the contractors I .4 .onaJ.' down\ in runny northern Stat by ..opposingliost ; spread over the -and swamps. opposite effect Instead of Inclining Catholics

    ri Tallahassee R.. R; Company. would probably be disposed to transfer the J r The present number cloaca\ n>? 'c'4encm !, it still contains enough patriotic and Elections. to a comparison of creeds, thii Know

    I: The total amount paid by individual Stock- hands to the Eastern end of it. with the Floridian 4$* Journal, the entire'esI national men in the Congress of the United Nothing persecution closes the mind at once

    .' 'Venders on account t/f .instalments called in The total amount subscribed to the capital I tablishment having been disposed of to Dr. States 'to protect and save the Constitutionto -' MARYLAND. thought that the election against argument and transform those whe

    F by the Directors )2451. The amount stock of our Company $524,900, of which:I JAMES JONES, late of the Tampa PeJ mairitain'the on the 7th inst. in this State has resulted in
    1UUi Nebraska-Kansas
    act, and the: might be hanging 'J loosely I 10the Catholic
    $37 ,OOO has been subscribed the
    niae individVJ.IStockhoJders
    I from by coun.
    giving the
    $4,329 Know
    'lar Nothings of about
    - 'of wtich 84,000will probably soon be col.' ties of Leon, Jefferson and Madison, and i whoso salutatory appears below. It has rights'Southern men have acquired under it, a majority communion into heroes!f1'ering' & .uen.

    lected. For the collection of the very small. *149000; .bJindi idnals. Of the individual I not-been without a hard struggle that I have andto prevent .the repeal of .the Fugitive 3000. The Congressional ,delegation. will of wrong. The truth i%.Know Nothingism

    ., gums due from many of our Stockholders we subscription $14,500 hate been subscribed to brought myself consent to the transaction Slave T-aw. 'The recent political elections in probably stand 4 K. N's. to 2' democrats. has done more, in its insane scnr :upon the '
    . be paid in work on the road. I have the which NEW JEKSET. The.New York Herald of
    xave'mo.Other than most makes this '
    recourse "announcement .
    $ an appeal.tokonest necessary.For Pennsylvania, Indiana and Illinois, have fully rights of conscience, to strengthen the Cath-
    . me1 to comply with engagements they encouraging list will be a'fUrtrc increased that our subscription I over fourteen eventful.years, I have J>cen demonstrated that he Democratic .party isyet the 10th says-Uln'New Jersey, of the six olic Church than all other.e&UJeI combined* "*"!
    bveniade. The small greatly so soon as the 1
    amounts are too to Senators elected The
    five democrats.
    . identified are
    : justify: 'law suits for'tbeir collection. location of the road shall be determined on. in one capacity or another, with a powerful organization at the No h.anda could have accomplished tn a, quarter'of a

    . --Nqt being able to make collections, the Many persons have expressed their purpose to I the fortunes of the Floridian, and the surrender tower of strength for the Constitution Hnd House Assembly undoubtedly be demo- century. The New Orleans CArtrfxra Xafrw--

    . ,. 'funds necessary to meet our engsgments have take contracts payable in stock, and seH-eral of it now into other hands seems like part every right secured by it. It has often been cratic, but by? vfhsi majority cannot now be cote (Mc.tbodistputs) the matter_thds*:' .

    , been raised on the credit of some of the Direc. gentlemen have promised to take large a-.1 ing with a portion of myself;-but failing defeated for a time, but it has always rallied stated with positiveness. The county officers Beyond the principle involved, there are

    ,tor. mounts. In this way our stock subscription health warns me that the chosen are democratic a large majority considerations A misfortune
    step, painful thoughit and to the when threat grave -
    . "will be much'incrp.ased. come rescue, danger
    I: Lave not received nor demanded my of instances. The result of the electionin I has befallen the be.
    I would recommend that all of contraetors'breqtiireUto may bo, is necessary. The confinementthe ened, in time to save the Constitution, and to controversy
    L r salary, and shall not do'so till the finances of.die.Company our this State is important, as.it almost ensures I tween Catholics and Protestantav Our opponents -
    i ., b come 1 fess eiribarrassedihanat take a certain proportionof tax on mind and body, combined with aid l the South in repelling insult and wrong. 'havesudde.riy] been jmtjU immense.ad-
    stock ia navment for work dona. This other causes, hnve made their inroads into the election of two United States Senators of
    f, present a It[ was 110 in tlia Texas question ; it was so in H vantage. _
    The Hoard of course has been ersuer1 on of'tho Toads constitution not robust at best, until omoopatl. p.ldvrii. The of
    t County Commissioners of very a the Fugitive Slave law question ; it was so in sympathies a'powethlp.rty are vn
    .j Jefferson County ha recently instructed recently construated. On the Georgia Cen- change of some sort has.becorne essential.In the Kansas-Nebraska question for without The Newark Advertiser of the 7th says avoidably With them. BubHcr speakers'aol
    . tba Tax.Collector of that County to deposit tral Road.the conrraata per cent in stotk and 25 per Cent in cash. retiring, rcgiet-felt at separating I Northern Democratic votes, none of these ,
    with L.
    Rulgeis the Treasurer of this whigs and 3 Know the House eulogists. Invidious comp JOui are driwa
    Company, the RailRoad Tax assessed If our people considerthe benefits to resultto from indulgent patrons is lessened by the reflection measures could have been carried. Without between Catholics and indkpszagement
    by protestanta; -
    .f- 'fljat County as fast as collected, and theCoaftnis&ioners them from the construction of this road, that the Floridian.Is committed to them Kansas will never be admitted as a of 37 democrats, 16_ whigs, 6 Know Nothingsand of.the.fattier,and by*those who have

    of Leon have, in like manner, they surely will not hesitate to give a part 'of good and safe hands. Dr. JONES is a Virginian slave State into the Union. 1 temperance man.MABLICUU8ETTs.The. Hitherto-thought and,acted otherwise.

    L directed their County Treasurer to make pay- the labor of their hands for one or two yearJto : by birth, a Democrat of the Jeffersonian, 'These are solemn and significant truths, resu'lfin'this/Stateis A.eomp lyieebleaectbu: been elm-

    r &ents,on Account instalments due by that accomplish an end so very much to be desired. !l strict construction State a perpetuation .of the'power of the same party ted'into und mportan According|o the
    This : rights fcbool and verified the of
    work is of construction if by knowledge intelligent
    great every
    t :County: Only a small amount has thus far easy : whose has -made Massachusetts representation of the census'in J65Q the!-
    't: been paid. I am not advised that the Commissioners we all contribute but moderately to it. But i I consequently the opponent of all-the modern Floridian, who has kept pace with the politi. legislation man Catholic Church has bat 14 12 churches

    1 of Madison have done any thing unfortunately many who wish well to the un- I isms that have sprung up, like noxious weeds, cal events of the times, and should exercise a infamous. Gardner has been re-elected by which'can' accommodate only 631,000 hearers -

    .i -to redeem the obligations of that County. dertaking! ,- hold back, wanting faith, and leave I to infect the moral atmosphere and introduce potent influence upon the minds of all in the the Know Nothings, by a plurality of some Not one-eleventh of the number of elmrenes -

    , There is an extraordinary misconception the burden to be borcebyafewL If they the seeds of and death into the 14,000. The vote of all the towns except belonging to the. ,Methdistzscpily
    would decay body adjustment of a future political course, having -
    oVtn heartily with us, our road would than '.of tbe .r.ofth8
    the of ,
    oil -pail some of.the County Nahant stands for Governor thus: Rockwell, more one-eighth ; Dam
    :/! authorities of the'relations 'of the Counties, soon -be built If individuals with whom Ihave politic ;-for many years a citizen of East in view the preservation of the Union and Baptists, not one-fourth the, :manber{ oftEePresbyterians.

    J. which have' .subscribed for stoc.kto our conversed would: actually contribute one Florida, identifying himself heartily in the the rights the'Eouth.: It maybe: said in Republican, 36,777 ; Walley, Whig, 14,468; .11-. ,oneiriy-lkir& of

    Half the amount they say they are'"willing meantime with the Gardner, K.N.51,780Beach, Democrat, the whole number' vwhlle'rMethodistahavemore
    : Company.. ltiscontendedthatall obligations struggles of the gallant poetic, but truthful language, thatthe: Democratic i reported
    1; contracted' by the Company; prior to the give to have a road ensured them,"-we would Democracy of that section, and contributing party at this moment, is the'bright bow 34,991. In.the tenth Congressional d district, than -jmt-Otxnl. And. -tlia Baptista
    commencement of "ifee vfo'rk of have a cash capital more than sufficient to put I causedby rewgnation Chaflee American -" :n.rly.secsrtL" fc
    ? constrhctionmustbe vacancy -
    I not a little to their successful efforts the tho :.firmament
    'the entire road dn than over of promise arching political ,
    ;t ; ; met by. the private Stockholders. operation within less is elected. To the Seriate,29 Americans -, :: And tfaia'handful a party afpuiiigto, nation.lityproposetb -
    - >The conclusive answer to'this is tbatv the law three years. opposition. In 1850, he was one of the Democratic extending. from tho mountains Pennsylvania i and 2 Democrats are j;' ru! 'I

    '!t and our Charter' put all bur subscribers, There are'many who express their readiness Representatives1' 'the State 'Legisla Io the-plains Texas. 'One by one have Republicans. If the'G.- nevAlor- :.Jesu *ft.1 1tbeU.

    whether County or individuals, on the same to subscribe liberally eo soon as we commence ture from Columbia County, and at the l last the principles of this party become the settled elected ; and to,-the 'House. 153 Americans, i i in council he could not more..nectaauy have
    . and does operations, and afford evidence of a I. 80 Republicans, 57'\VIIig* i and Liberals, 30 devised a plan t6 weakfln the Protnta>tandaggrandize
    not descri- election
    footing permit us to was unanimously tenderedby his policy of the country, founded firmly as upona .
    j to on our roai) The the Cathblic I *
    purpose carry giving Democrats. wmseJ ,| .
    mutate; if \\'ould"antt we cannot exact out of : will; party "the post of State Senator for the same rock, in the deliberate judgment and well '
    contrattts that :
    probably inspire : Should this atfonn lt9..& : : -
    i instalment from one without demanding WISCONSIN.-The1 'election for Governor,
    confidence whichalone is to County, which, however, he declined. Removing considered affections of the.people. shall where '=d
    t: jt of the other. The law on this subject wanting ensure State officers and members of the Legislature ment, we. be pot -back
    .- declares that "They (the County Com- the successful orosecntion of our enterprise. to Tampa, he took 'charge of the Peninsular -! 'The foregoing are a few'of the important was before:tthe act .Catholic emanciption.
    . My faith and confidence hAve not been sha- and I took place Wisconsin Tuesday. Barstow, This .ia taking $tbackwicdi...'UtkU>
    have.influenced step .
    mtssiorier) are hereby authorised to subscribe acquired, during the time. he remained considerations us ,to remain -
    ken by the seeming apathy of our people. In Dem., ''and Boshf rdr Know 'Nothing, and ourselvei:* -
    ,and hold stock.in said the ,
    ". Companyupon connected-with that tfhich-wehave
    identified with
    enviable ;
    an a. rtyto ,
    this have paper i '
    . seme terms anti 'fconditions and subject to.the we not encountered greater Black Republican, 'were' the-G ema iiaI It gif s C tJ bliesftrtremeri iotis benefit of
    ties than all other railroad' difficul'l reputation acourteous$ graceful and ever belonged, and which shall have our,support "
    same refttricdbhs'as .ther.Sto olde-" I candidates. pers n. That ..ery will rally tb iny>ect
    1 md to contend with. The best evidence 11 forcible writer. He comes to his post, there- so long as it constitutes'the-sheet anchor hosts'of noble: spirits, yrhp -otbetir ii 'wcold
    I.fegret'"to'B: 'that there is a most .
    "i unfortcHiate In Milwaukie and : r- <
    it indiffer nco.ou !the of some of can give of'the sincerity of my faith is tho fact fore, under circumstances, peculiarly favorable of the National safety and the protection of city, county,. ,Barstow, hold it.in religious'abhorrence [ *. ; [",

    ; Aose whose special duty. It'is part to'guard the that I have given myself up to this work, and ,'andiinto his:bands I cheerfully resign the the rights cif the South. Dem., has about three,.thousand majority.t .- .Many.: who. were hangg--1osij by._b*
    so-identified myself with'it, that 'failure must is not known how the Stateibaa' skirts of Catholicism and ,
    honor and credit of their Counties gone. being gradil1ybtsurely
    to meet position soUong'held by me. In introducinghim While.looking after and endeavoring to advance
    , result:more unfortunately! to me than to any NEW YORK. The is-'that disintegrated ;from Its coeiaai It/Ire
    solemn -
    ; their The Counties prospect a ma-
    tihe ".' thus to ,the patrons 'ofthe; Floridian, 1 by.none other.than honorable,.rneaai, the
    J ;after a full discussion ofthe, question and a jority of the Know .Nothing :candidates for fired. ,\ritli.new ,zeal and comptcted ty
    .But I tnaybe mistaken in the confidence I couunend / v'ot ofjibe people subscribed certain amountsoT 'expressions the political a party, ense'or..< fppres .
    I, ,Sick -4n,our .Company, appointed anV eel that our people:appreciate and are resolved of good tvill:and hope for his success, to'.their of the State;generally; we8hall State. officers have been elected ia ev'York, The weapon-of,'this, warfan ..Ao1car-

    i agent id'represent that Stock at the meeting, !Ho"Besbre: 'to themselves' this very greatbleszingind. 'support. It. is no bed of roses uSithe l.nottloose sight oftheirnportt'dity of owing altogether to divisions among the Democrats. nal. We acknpwl dga.th kind intantiont

    of Sfo khoderaoted! for,and bythIttites .L;therefore advise4 prudence hnd has''I" ; '.. .fr Had. they/b en united. ;they, wjjold but dc1ix4b* .alliance of, :poMticiaacrrU] Iabwdel1Jeme.
    it chosen local and : :
    eautionWhertWe1;! ehall have 'selected the Voluntarily to repose upon.,. ,,While forwarding, as far as.powble., the This controversy;belong! tk na
    elected Direetois.Mthiiaedthoso.fllfect have ,>een irresistible.. The 'Day j: incur likWidesiwhJcJi'some of rs I route, I r recommend-thxt /<.4ted.as soon! tho position' is one of the highest honor ,.it is commercial interests of the ,thriving city of i re-: Protestant Christiana;.ProtsatoatCboeWtPTbtestanUotrrnals
    pocitnisry mat lut' ,.
    4'0 ; : -
    as practicable/and! thftt-advertfeement be made at the same time of; well the ; aud asttckWe -
    ,: tL.CO uDiaaion"11t1w be itate'-tfpay. one great responsibility Tallahassee, as as surrounding country < i." i*" socicfici;
    Thei D ctorr-erV'& rtihorised by i .for.proposals for contracts rtrfgrade.our road. surrounded with harrassments and aruietie and hope to.merit. by. our vigilance in This re&ulTof-this electfodshows dig 'want:n'o*"'dSect i ala tinid'jj GTpt 9niqt fa
    I While! .the-work: af'lopation fs ; ijnetly&afr thdemoeratizry ]Is erawlntly
    progressing, ; alone 1 .wiiji
    it if
    that Jat
    little '
    managing believing ,
    detof.h"i :'to tall* for dreamed by the; uniniatiatei' 'JWith tbiSp& continuance'of th *
    ,a .. liberalpatronage
    } let as 'make/fen fepfeal to our friends t6st*. JJ* aiiti-aboUiionrand (.hatl; on saoother. ;platform truth on oar side, we can bring-,( to tit-
    ..& "
    .t 1P..3ymet1t-of.debiUsf1ft'fe1 ttj-ma.r i scribe ttfor.stoek.If. they; reVpond favorably, a-generous support-ini. shape of cheering beretofore'beitowed. Pop.ibia :pa-, than thst.laid.downbyi.the-nationaIadminzs- tory. *( '*
    io'n 'the whole
    .enLIPccuay; un'f"ori otJr."brir-wIll go o ,but if;the apathetic feel. words: and-ft.good'list: thtvgktful readers per. .'(< A ttation: !.I-by possibility succeed. :', ''Both .
    :t ._ ( Bftet'tbe'current xpehses ; i'i : t
    ag*ontinues, whith.hsk 'far Ifmited'oUr i indicating'asftfeee; do I be found sections have again! 'been touhdly whipped, ; :
    f: 'o& =iand a properappreciationot kPeradvenhirethere cannot anywhere Suou CAN-.WO :;,0.
    tie a indebt4
    mpanY' |corfesponrling'ahereafter. subscriptions wol11d-not: : objSy -- ". ... ': _. l' sr .. -
    : 5uotT4* cn Thasbsuipt.1ous' .to. :be turn ofourpi sent means,adviethexpendi-which are entirely .an editor's 5tbils-rthe position is relieWd. ,of : within )road 'I limits i of.thWlUonblio, t masses.&_ iSti JaWt4&ri1i$ *? .Botler for'a stalk of Cane o 14heIlbbe ep'ses5iD

    t, thaila5 JLHd t:2it J. inadequate to'(he accotnplishinent ot"our ob. much 6f its u.tiplbfta4eess.-but' ; without-these' ,". a section,of country possessing"more;" ofr the rule of the minotty Fdrr\ye t ,tht\ ,' :. t: ''j, j ,

    ! T Hv p.mceufhe.captll: < l Stoek'o',WreOete (the ject tAd opportunity will afforded. for'the it,becomes 1 intolerabifi. "draSgery.;. "r I elements of a pen1)ane prosperity, .or.bVtljer State hasbeen intheAhandu ;* J .It'n .twebtrm taJred.i .
    i at.qzpaqy4e tfrn'mstsImeflU fulfillment of some of the promises:which have All ,my old business ,up to the time of the adapted to the olel'of 'a contented life, when every year democrats ham a'trg 'ured,ieven.' ?fn 1eB ti.f r
    'IeMhd1A l'th.l< dfte.orr the.1tt. f threw ... feet.-jten'rinchea ,
    beek"ea !made.. If majority, and it by 'votingotwo's .
    < oar transfer away "
    ; ipeoplewant 'to my successor,remains. hands th tltbe'cQntr.r.'cin' between'the 8ttwahneb .
    ; {tJWbno&e ct my ra .
    1.that wholo
    the : : ,
    < r : is'.Jtii \ :1'
    trot trda ..
    1 ?
    wad .will :
    & Subscribe di thi
    they and it will be built orcano7datei i. 1Dt.t '
    ; for r-
    settlement The ? .. i iT
    t a'Dt."dtit frbrrf the; C ttntie's it hot,1: its torniolerywas stopped/and thpe4le, .
    twe.ougat'notto '
    tro .
    attempt con t 4 \ : 1 IO.RIJ' i' +&>
    1. 'pr pauJeoi .luftmF thttheTaol bon t. r j !. h .iff l io each! !individnai del4ort. reaching I '?n'tie"iggrega 1eed.as4micb may be Sa1LL..Q .eve r.y section. '.!f ihpdd:fee ;i Uegedi1oyfit; aA;they:videat- :" .N. "I"N't, *

    t\1 eOr < ueen1etnrna It is also'absolutely,essential l to vthe fcappy alarge sum.constitute!! Uje hulk.0' our'young and advancing State. :Bleased with ly.wishliancLdesfr ito ote'torwit; for one fine map,>illastratmg an l.Th l.-- _tt&k enrtJo

    ' by Di ii'UitWe .4k1L'Zpect"t8itrt! Success, ;of our undertaking.tbaf ithei 1 mute&doi my hard earnings for'.:.years-andl think a mild and medioatfre cMmate,.nd.a soil: nsnrnasse"d4for4ts so.nnd., reliable{ democrat,, and e'hiznifr f.r ; .'. 111e 'j aM'PacSfio
    : \CGia t.1 t 1 m4 tbt1pi. for-the- line :of our? road should be'eheerfully ,hat ''td'a8k .i tead:orfort ovpar\iUHP )there- tnf.
    a.rig'ht : tlt 'thand \e !*
    tm" ,
    t .m oi of ifae'waoiftU . .acquiesced in'by parties who woald "'ffl-n t: nildei l ', tdh'aa t ;- ; : 1gmng.I4pcnver..Q: ; ,l1 ofv ,* ': ; .kji" .
    t 1 iCoQoStr'worid be' iid:as;+sooiras pdssibfe; ; ang o f piiPi .Q'ili: 1 r is..CctIl OIl .
    f some'iwI.tsoinpejisaJUng jrij .
    i think .'
    (;prefer -Ji-dUTeretitJronte-and'that be 7a, 1--; r 1. /' "tl I' *" i-: '* "* .,.t '" I JH ,I, I.p.riai.agj oritI"! We they r'iuIfiiienIjwhip. .'Jto.M .
    ,anclWt..hJ1&b' a** oaJd te coP' d.: .c 'fiW wwperofim-between)Ae Boardof Di. releasmjgthemVof! ; r their Wri tions, tolaierflncfi ; t 'I;;1:8; impitait1. !ti qlo\Y Pe4'noW.&! :19.r"'d., theIrffiieid, Ci9t. teI. .111' .._. _;.

    l Some of the Coma lJlt D.er.7-reg? btEsay, sectors 1ofth1i'C ',:'aad''"th ,several ,(' > -4 -as..are-. kinenoaglo __ ?rewntso J;! elf/wbat:; appliances necemry 'eoaf'-. "Mh51'r r :i J"-, .Ul1"l .G"1JOO" ( ,1. i .,: .QIA.'t .... 't-r.! ooending
    i e._ W p6ie1itill they / t' iZ-o."fj.4; ; Jy"'m''t. .0. i;' n.
    Boards .., t
    ; C.mmiaiouierI will'.receive :
    :; receIptsinreturn. 'witljtItc ntaaipeopis. -
    f : t t;fih1n th e measure or.oQt'eonteDtm 'ANVOIe 1 1.1MJiIJro .w w !;orkaoA9r so 'N'
    t.: .aimadi"UJ. .. ....-.,ttdr1b. ci It wbald b out of piaceia thiS'CbmmnntjaUon : -meni of their'a eoBnts-.th ri Will.t V,ti1ij me practical display of a 1.Jlt i%f ih 'f3 i'1'tJ ketI '\ dt n .j ,1 \: : B;
    ill. ..rhai
    i ge.va .tb' pe ak'of the im alB collateral beneftts'wfeibb. ci;i araed {to't b iQ..kf'ui. ;'J ''Wo 0. .t .UtPlfJ[. ".. ':-r--i':11PJM : 'i'; 'Jhr: i JJ u ;r C lf'! Ia _
    WJ& \1 t : t _
    1W'_ : .
    W9wonld iIUtUnn from the com. 'l'U'Il l, !,JJt '! !.aHIJ .'1' 'I 1fP'Jl J'.r! \. J.'tr.rd H'f I" .. y .. "( '

    ). of flith1 ffngm.nWade t"1)f 'f. ikl r.in I are',ilr."a-1ft V&nC....1'- .,f.co. .itt'J"11"i. ...> ,t,: I .. _.._ 3_: .\.,' tk11b ( '' m4.$11' 1 ; f Yt;i\ilr \ far. .Nmtteoa YCoWJ or'y
    tn. j JtJ : calu than'tbe -Irbo cat oooatriietmgt- paper,as heretofore.. i4 l lHMr' .
    J/Ae' Y :. :L'f1 .y pIDG9 the1&gftcu1Lve1: !! .... .
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    -: thd En3 xtoJmr for. so ftcientifc tLY for purpose matters of .calling...IIQpin.t attention at such to Shoulders.J3aco'u'Sides Han ,.. .......e........:..&.o .':1 131 lljp*. .((,.a.' -'131.-.,,12.16IIea .. !EiTItAOOfl.r Pmt.I': OEDOTAr ATw.-or'; ; 9aQ; J.J ..J., :"J-.vp. 19t4.t 1aD 0cg7;.-BAQI. w f'r 1ytI :I -- jt 't ti, ;- : i.'ijo:, .: jLt!r ..

    1i ifteeirtabkyltvill IrarftinU a report, s/ e l' _.? ,..B ; J" ; <* the twd leadingrma THakaa to Tlxmfu-t ,. 4. -

    inks e JOHN WHITE. Lard, .'v'. .. .i .. .A .. 12i; .. "-!in &DomuwiIUe, bo.bThI1E h&b1o 'p.1 : .' 4t., ?+ t.i-i.::. {-. .., 'J' .r. (r'rzdc'4IT .. .
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    : 1 1 Tha4&y8tk: MA1a8ses, ptr gaL. _!, 25 c a 30 nd aftd oopretfedeo Sth UJap bUC at I OJ. & .PO po J'. ,': : W' J '**'*** I

    19 b.ct ek:; A' M. teavj rain, 70 Whiskey,.. .". .'!.!!..* !33Jo.,a. :34. Coo tendMrtenee,;M rOol 1gs 0
    j tII ,.2. .do; '. M., !rMu .; ?2. .Rope,.. ,,.. .'u.. ". -. 91.0.. 10IndaaBagging Nebi 'F..aq' ". I J40 bead 0 KMOO abeep .. .. ". '' : "t .:." '. .:. b .'.._ r' .

    Friday 9A. ,.,. .. 13ioi Hi The Mwager aooooncea LU.determn .'{ 'mkethw f.. Ift14') .:.I ,'l' .1 i ; :, -
    9 rft
    rcT" elr ***of Fill and Winter. "
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    9 o'clock A.' bcavy rain, 68 .p. thempopnhrLottry in the W'Of1d d l CSo' 4! ." : and other Dr-.N Goods lorlJuS ,-ftlso G n1 s. Drees tooda id Oaig PttaUCag1MOS.Zulkwi .
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    ln TaUaha 8CC'HoT.'18- 11. ,o*lit7 Mufc. .
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    64 Price .. lenoeicempdruon at to ** to bar Prinet :r ,
    bold nV sotted tb inariet _
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    ::: t : SlO.OO I17itTa any other lattery. '1'Remember'utry' ColU from 4 to t "_ itJ : .r ; c t
    : '. Superfine ne Flour. ,. .. 'a 11 Prize is dawn itIah crawitlr run.. old .,.,:t.,- :1 _.t.of 1 Lace I" !: American Fonutat* pras1ngtIib iu4tea4 do.r-r

    .' -. ,Wt t from Europe.' .Extra -.S ...-11.00- a 12 and pay when due in fall vitboqt aov deduction.CAIITIL.SOOO. .. -,.DmQIls: .,' White od black silk Laos Aaim1esi' nitare Dimity, Corded dov Km broW rsd SlAff. Grue t
    ft Niw:YORK;'No6.:The U. S. Steamship Bacon Sides". .-. .. 15 c a 16 w '*gentle famity and brood 4area, itkfe.1. ,feonlton,!tVUeo&otiea Eajrlish Thread Saxwrj.alteW and J'do. Irish Linen Plaid $t mti.tmd 'pW Jaormt. .,

    .Ar galia arniredat.tl.i 8' port. Own flavre; "Shoulders, .V. .. 13jc[ a 14 t .1 1 ezeI1e pail!I ot Mill t fiO-saw Iodrtiand Taylor Oca French Plait, Brussels White aod thick.Main and :Cambria BnonetCovd 8wis Mull a 4 iW faoa*ia,B rb* ,

    With.&dfl to.the 24th A The Thhand. Hams,'. .. ._ _'. dca 20 CAPITALg. I OAPtr L8. 1 of Daniels' best Straw( Cutttrs) Feather BSJooAr .* f (:Po/liea LMT plaia BodSprndsi 1DfJ.11'Tkflta.'S'ojlrtl.iTaye. and t.

    I North \\tnerio Hojkl Marf-Stean to> A&*, !I Lard,.* ..n. ,..*,+.; 15 c
    , 'tam't7* .'frt': Liverpool" on.. .the'reorrilmj. of the Mess_ Pork,; .... _,825 00 a. 26.00 5"1" '.1500. '-AOOO 2.500 19 2 "" .''1000'200'2.000 2000 1 32-ioch..Bdloir., sw.K n..Jaooqt,,Cambric and .Djm tr Ban \ .AC a, furniture fringe. Bbty Lmn.Birds Z y. -Dtap r. p.. '

    . "i Q2ittlt( ., tmthBost4TI.' : Prime ... ... 822.00 a 2'0" 100 2,000) 78 60 3900 16 good" Turn Plows,, Edging and Inserting and Flaunting. -., rriuted. :.Linen and cotton rfilla Beached 8bfUnf.S 'Bairillow {.

    The Liverp orCorton'.Market has.declined Sugar,.. ..... .. ".ff 10 c a 12 120" 25 4,000, 18 'Approx'n Prizes, 600 12 8v ep Embroidered,*Hranticn'd, Sliced and Lace trimmed tngs .o.*. LiDeo. m..dMc1.Atna, <-
    ; ,1 lot of ShoTela, S H>t. Sugar Kettles Axes, Linen Cmb. Btfkfs und ready '.made Shirt Bosoms.Collars' .c r i Cheeks Whv.aid JBrpwnHolli *i. Doo Oiar.I 1
    I teL Tie sales on-SatordaJ comprised .6,000 Molasses,.., ..,. ,.,,.. 45 c a 256 Prizes amounting to 131,000.Only 10,000 Hoes Trace Chains Collars, Hames Bolts. Tape ,I ham sod Cottoo Jaa> l-ifrary Ooedt for plmtttrtentw. .. 1<.

    biles and oo Monday and Tuesday,-each} 6-; Whiskey .., 4Sca 50 numbers. Every Prize drawn at each drawing--, and Screw&;(;UlaiDL ,Ox Yokes, and other article not Qleeyesij.Ac.] : : Kert Q{Plain*, South era RhU Ot- ;{

    j yjv: '..j he sto-ck of Cotton 3ri i'port is only 3OOd'bales ,- Rope,.. . . l2ca 12$ paid when dee, in full, without deduction. Orders mentioned. A large selection of tha?latest .te *ti1nipa 1 bergs. Dtm'.. Net Blaketa Bed do; ::

    less than had-bee.n estimated. India Bagging .. 18 c a 18| strwtty confidential, Drnwinmi cnt to orders. Rs- TniH3-.12 month's, credit, notes with spproTedjecnritj Homton Sliced' and. Maltese Collars,. English and I:trans, Shirting 8tpe.p 'Ticking. Ortcn'Pai. f

    INTELLIGENCE.-The. advices ist.ered letters at my risk. t&ill& on all solvent t Bonks bearing 8 per cent interest from date. French Emb'd. Collars aod Chemaxettca Mournioid PlaiD*tfd Plaid Uraava.* 'Ii1. ao<) 0r*? laa-?

    GE EBAJ u at par. ., R. H.BEHRT, Auctioneer. Collars and Sleeves. asia. ,,Cassimer aod.SatinetALBO*. 'l
    the Crimea are generally unimportant. Cotton Market November 8, 1655. 44 7w Sentinel VEILS-Of kind and variety. < ; \
    from Whole Tickets $5; Halves *i 50: Qnnrt<>r8 $1 25. [ copy. every ; i

    TOe report that the fortress of Kinbura had TALLAHASSEE, November lf C, 1S5.CorrowThisarticle t Address JAMES F. WINTER. t -. Bonnets. "I ..ii a II1.J.J Oan8lf*; ;4r-

    been capture1 by the.Allies. : is confirmed.' bat been in g J demand during 'the week. Manager,Macon-,-G a. iuriiiecry. In Leon Circuit Court. Of FaAionable winter styles of Enclioh l and Swiss ,'E. .
    :There was at the latest accounts a squadronofsteanBr9 November, 1P55. 46 Theodore TorobnH and Caroline 'bis Straw Belgrade Rutland China Pearl. Hair and '- P .3ClothIng'. ; I.'I :
    mouth of the Sales bare bcm aaty effected at fully 4 advance on Lace, Tuscan Plain' and Satin > Lace :. A good /0 oU' :
    at the Dneiper, coming v* Fancy Straw tuplj.rf .. )h4iOft. .. .. \
    the entrance to Nicholaieff and Kher. the quotations\ made in our last week's report. We Notice. Finm*. Samuel Richard Jamen.' wire.l Gypsies China Pearl and French taos Hats for In ,Frook Coats, Vets and Panta. ,'.

    wm the1thn1LtheRuzsIirnsblew now quote prices from 6j tD.7le. I THE undersigned Executor ef the lost Will and dore. Julia Jane, Caroline, LydiA fiats Rigoletto. White. tnd'. Cold TarbaD. 'and Polk! l' :'. 11 ",
    I bn? OB thou up SEA IsLAxca-A good deal of Ibis article hot been \ >nt of John Ck, deceased' late of Leon and Decimns Turnbull. J Hoods. ..L.. ..J---. : i.

    \ -,tbe fOrtifications Otcha1i6fft Tttrty ired County. iifttifiee nil persons having demands against I N pursuance of a Decree marie in aM the Ribbons and Trimmings.A ,Oeaf'Boy.aod S ( lhto anti cap& n
    reo! tbjs we ek, but it has met with rather dull I cause on \
    sand.:AHied.troops la dt'd. on the Peninsula of said estate-to r senttlie. same to bin, duly authen- 3d.day of November, 1835,1 will offer for at I looable Sdk and Wool: Hats oamtaon wool .k t'r r,
    .Sendra pn the morning on which lunburnwas. sale owing to the fact that large crops have been ticated. within tbe time prescribed by law. qr this Notice publia; anctJon. in Tallahs.see! ", on'the Ivtdaf afJan'y.1856 rw-b assortment.Utestf-of Bonnets, Sash and Brit RJVboos vants. Army.Navx. Blue, Black' ;Glazed. aad .
    oftbetery 'Winter"trimmings
    f groxftijia Georgia'od Carolina. will he pleaded in bar of their cod nil (ior.. "" .
    ; to
    recovery .Pf.or
    but their destination, obitl
    .captured,. was un- tupscindebted tbs-highest t r. th" following wcribed Moire Antique jBroche,JBugle. '. Yel vet,i' ;
    known.The.. FaEIGlu&-Facili.for ehippipg are ample, several are THOMAS requested J. ROBERTS to make payment immediately. land. vii: The W 1 of the S E f of Section 28, and and Velvet, Watered, Fringe Edge and ,Silk 'ofj: : 'Boots.and Sh
    Right Honorable Sir William )[0Ie8. vessels boiqg in at St.Marks. Rates fc. to New November 17, 1855. 8w-46 the If E j of Section! S5. in Township 2. Rants 3.'N in Velvet &t. FringM. White Cold.OatrJcb Plom.es Boot Sbo.- R4issei Gaiters
    ct: E. $llpp.rs and par i
    mtaining acre more or le The said land
    s. and Feathers Bridal <
    worth, Bt., member of Parliament for the Bor- York on square, and I e. on round packages. I II I will be sold on a credit of- noe. two, and tbfe years. Row Buds French BuncLes Wreathes, Sward Green Down Rose,Black Leav apdand.Col'd '.( at allpruwa and *f.ererv. size! Jbr d.;Geots,Ch2drsa .

    .onjrlt of Southward, died oo the 22nd ult BROOMS & HEIE Cotton BmTcers. NE w B c cia. I the purchaser to give bond and wcnrity for-wie pur.L GtnU v-Wreaths Tabs,.*c. Swan Vico-' sad- Servant. ., *If'.
    Another popular bread demonstration oc.curred RECEIVING .from of New chase money. BOLLING BAKER !. C ". :' ., .. > 'T
    lilli' BOOKS embracing -
    in' Hyde Park ,on Sunday, .the 21st $ ip Urtos. every department of litera November 10, 1865.Special* Master in 45fn Chancery.. Mantles, _. and Talmas.. .: Ingrain and Three ply 'Carpet, Dni git. oil Qotb ,
    alt ture. In the works.of Hum, Rollio GJb- for Table aod Floor JCamlla
    "History A large selection of the most elegant Mantle, Tal-<'> ;piemiUe.. Tapestry '
    The Cholera was 'raging in Madrid. TORT OF ST. MARKS. boo Robertson. McCauly, T icl'. Allison Prescott, Cfanccry. Jn the Circuit Court of the mu and Cloaks of the latest Parisian Style,of all tbe 't,,Ruga. Carpet Btndjuj. Worsted arid Cottoa Damask. *'
    Bancroft and Hildreth with School Eibtocies to suit MIddle Circuit prevailing colors and shape Mexican Talmas.Talmas -. for Curtains Loop and Tassels for Cartmoa.F .'

    '. LATER ECEOPE. ARRIVED all ages. In Philosophy Abercrombie, Palcy: Blake of Florida for Leon County. de Brodie Rachel Cftprice.JEgkntiDe, Moire Antique, I I 1
    .. FB.OM :Nov. '.Brig Adela Byers. from Charleston. Phelps and Lardner. In Mathematics, Day, Davie, Lewis T. Sharp and others "] Velvet and Empress and Cloth. GxooJcei-y. ,
    i HAWFAX, (N. S.) November 7.-The Britilth'and 10. Brig Geo.T. Ward Burroughs, New York. Emerson, Smith and Bailey; and the poetical works of -.,. Gloves Hose : Real Chioft j ,'Tronston' 'Chiaa, PUis! Olast D.mi-
    PS North American"Royal Mail Steam Sbakspeare, Jonsoo, Milton, Dante Tasno, Pope Joseph B. Christie Adm'r with the V &9. ,I'aa, French aad CWDTDOO. Stoo War*. ,' -
    last fron CLEARED, Thompson, Cowper, Wadsworth, Mothwell, Burns, Will annexed of Levis M. Saunders, j Ladies'and Gents' Silk,Wool and Linen Glov. '
    1 arrived
    ship Asia at his port night Nov. 13 Bark Asa Fish Wolfe, New York to Bro- Hood. Coleridge, Shelly Keats, Young. Heber Pol and others. / Gauntlets, Silk Mitts Ladies' Black,Whit aqd Mixed >ardwai : .

    *i|. Liverpool J. with advices from Liverpool t<) die t Pettis, with 846 bales cotton 1 trunk, 1 box J lock. Grey. Byron Scott Moore, Campbell, Crabbe,, TN pursuance of a Decree rendered in said cane on ttilk. Cotton and Wool Hose. Children's Worsted and : Pocket Krfvw, Karves ajid Tok,Cnar fcrrt-.

    the 27th ulL She has brought however, no mdze. 6 ploughs. Southpy/Goldsmiib, Tupper Hemans, London Bry. .L the-3d day November, 1865. I will offer for sale] Cotton Hose, Gents Hose of aIllnn a Black and Fan-J. Powder FlaMcs.A. ".Htfisy Pea Cbtotk.

    ,important intelligence from the seat of-war. VESSELS IN PORT ant, .Willis and Longfeljow; LoogfelWis Poets.qf Eu at.public auction jo the city of Tallahassee oo the first ey Cravats Stocks and Ties, Ladies Silk and Wool Draw Kni"... PUoWi: Cta t apd'.Wrooyht Haqpsv .:

    The Liverpool Cotton market was dull, andhad Barks Asa Fwh ,Wolfe) ; Francis Secor,Paine 0- rope;>PoeU?, JPowU'yandProst 1 Writers America,, -d.iy tJ .domry.l 866. the following named Degrees, Vesta, Gents Linen aod Silk Hdk, Gents'Wool Silk. Blind Fasteners J anX"* wraated Axtm' Coltin'e J
    declined tbe week from |dad cillaAshly; West Wind. Sann-lers. ; by Qri.wol ;.CompenJium and Cyclopedia. oLEng- ibeiorrfring' tothe estate of Lewis AL Saunders dev and Cotton Undershirts Drawers,Ae. Axes. Spring BalaoftesXvTfi 1 tray; Bait fr-and Lor. ;
    during Chains
    perIb ,
    Brig J. G. Anderson, Randall Wetutnka Cole ]Jib Literature by Chambers aud.Clexelaod togetherwith ceased. .: Abn r, Betsey, Adam, Aaron Lazarus L iuiea' Dress Goods. j Mabogsny Knobs Sborelsod'.7tadarv
    : The sales duringjhe week.ending Adela, Byers; Gedl T. Ward (new;) BurroughL the complete works Smollett Field.ing, S cott,, .Prisci'la' Mary, G arge- aTY, and ,Claihoro Also Beautiful Well Bucket. Fir* Docs, Patent Sad.'bnes fIIJaftJ. ._
    '25th ultimo, comprised 39,000 bales; of which I Scbrs. ArliDgton,JHurch Jleet Wind J> Cooper Irving. Dkkeps and Bulwer and all the novels the land belonging to said estate, lying in Leon. County Silk Robes and Drew Patterns. PLvn and Spades 'Axle Pnllias; fiswIu C, 'C.tss. sod.
    '7,500 bales were; taken.by speculators .and I tons.) ; avis ; ((600 of recent publication. Jn:Medicine the works of eoMfstirig of 1000 acres more or ]- Brocade Black, White. Fanny tad Satin Plaid.G.rod 'Manilla Rope Rifle aDd Slot 9dra..iIorM. NIl., ,

    ;\ exporters, leaving 31,500 bales of all descriptions ( Meigs, Griffith Dunglingson, Miller RamsbottomViIsoo ,, The Negroes will be sold] for cash aad4h ;lind for Rhine and Ppdt Moire de Soie, Gro Grain, Turk 8aUp! .-lk. Amonr Cotiop Cord*,also a U of Be..,,t cs a nail, HsZkra.s,
    } \Vrou
    Antique. Silky, Tool Plaids De.Lames ,
    \ ,Cburchhill]Carpenter Rojle,Dewees,rr'Iper, third of the :, =4. .
    one in cash and balance ;
    to the trade. On the ultimo, 8,000bales, purchase money .the .
    Feb M rhv>tPnned( DeLaiues Cascbe, Ch.I.lies '
    Gunn, Eberle Ewell La Roche and Condie Braith- .
    Administrator's ; in three annual instalments thereafter \1 pillow
    were sold. Fair Orleans was quoted at 6d; Sale. waite's Retrospect semi-anpua.lly,Authon and Bullion's I the securedby Persian TwUIa,-Printed Cashmere Bereges asd Ware, 1N ona-io. : j!
    Fair at 20th day of December next. will a mortgage on property. Tissues; Brocade Fch Merino, 'Colored Silk Velvet, Shell, Ivory, Horn nod'
    Middling Orleans at 4ld; Uplands ON'Thund'l\ Classical Series Latin, Greek and French Grammars,, BOLLINO BAKER, Rubber Omi*. CUtaaod :
    .SId -and Middling Uplands at 5td. The auction to the highest bidder, and every article in the statiopery line Gold and Steel]I Special Master in White Berege and M. de Laine;French Chintz) Earl- hair Brushes Dress Sawlds. Plan and fimer.Botteoa.. t
    ; at the late residence of Lewis M-Sauuders deceased Chancery.No'remberl0,1855. don Ginghams,'Plain anfd! Alpaca Florence and >Portmonai Bankcn Case
    I Paiot
    Cotton in Pens, Letter, Cap and Fancy jmd Note Paper, with I 45 sad Tarnish Brashea -; .\
    .*tock American port Leon county, all the perishable property belonging to I Envelopes to suit. Blank Books comprising Ledgers, Marceline Silk, Canton Cloth :A'I.Jarge.iqpply of A- < Silver Thimble, Cologne xtaa. 'Jhoey ob.

    '250,000 bales.GEnKAL the said deceased, consisting of Corn Fodder,..Horses Journal'-Record Cash, Invoice and Pass-Boqks, Diaryof jiktIct. meriean and French Prints, Black and (Jojored clots I and .So.j. 'Looldpy Okises ICostanl 8pOflna/-8aJa4 i

    ISTELLIGFNCE.The report that. Mules. Cattle. Hogs Wagons, Cart. Cotton Gin, all '56 Banking Cases, Portfolios, Oil Paintings. 'Hsi- for making Mantillaa/also a nice aasqvmeuQf Scoped Spoons ,odJwkX;: Castor*, Patent: ofiee BcastDrv.
    the Russians tad blown up the fortifications of the farming utensils, household and kitchen loroihire. perV Magazine received monthly by mail and yearlv JL>HIRTY days after the first publication of this Mourning Goods,and a large stock of other Patent leatbr ,BlU coral and jet FetkJa*' _wrfrt- I'
    Terms notice the undersigned natural guardian of bis
    : AH sums under 1MO, cash all let&. fia riqy
    -ofOtehakef had been confirmed. Advices ; .over ; subscribers solicited. J. McDOUGALL. Dry Goods. PttfcllW,Qotbs fFpen. *"?- .
    infant children Ellen Duncan J. and John '
    $10 12
    on mopths'time, with note aud Painted cedar -
    approved se November, 10, le55. 45 _IpaQ*Knd Tnbi.-'ifal'
    from Sebastopol show that the Allies were curity." J. B. CHRISTIE, Adtn'r. Bouie,will apply.to the Hon.J. Wayles Baker.Judge Black and fancy Cold. Cassimers, Cloths, Caibmarctts Bucktt.:'Gtiw BagvDolK.. 8ta l PtM t.

    advancing in largo force, and the Russians Nov. ]7. 18,55., 46-tds of the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit of Florida, ., Curtain Damask, Emb'd Curtain, Turkey Red. ; L nonSqo* aud GaD ,- v I- .
    retiring in good order on fortified positions.The A. B CLARKE, at his office in Tallahassee.for .authority to sell the vERIES.
    undivided Interest of .said infant cbJkkeo.m the following
    Allies were cl se upon the Russian Salt-Salt-SaIt. MERCHANT TAILOR, CROC.Coffee f- 4ed ,
    red estate situated in the 'County ..Leon :
    .position at Albat, where, it is believed, that 20 0 SACKS of Salt for sale by Dr.iR IN' READY MADE CLOTHING A DGF.'TLEMEX'S to-wit: The West half of tha .Southwest.

    r the Russians will make a stand and a battle. HODOKISS, POOLE, & CO. PCRMSIIINO GOODS. section thirtyk .((31)) Township two(2Bauge( ) one Sugar CruaLed.CIarifiedBmwn and Powder Black and GrsTeaP.pper'Sp1eeao( Js
    Saleratns Candles, Soap, Shad, Nuts, Ci den
    November Pickles Woraeslrf
    17, 18 5. 46 sjid'WeeBt Sauce Mustard
    North Can-ants
    e ome inevitable. On the North the Rus- \TOW rf tiv ngat the well known old stand for- ((1.) Yeast Powders/Starch. Qire} Tamarinds
    jrfsria kept npa steady fire, and under its Florida Oranges I J. .1merly occupied by Clark .Atty.Nove .
    --/Vr"j'Wy? JHiibxlra-tVing..troops and concentrating of Saperiur Ready Male Clotbicg Furnishing ber $,1855. 4w-44. :. ; October 27.-1 855.' .u..Jr,_ _. _
    them at Perekop. .A. .Russians THE undersigned have just received from the Plan* Go of the Hoa IL V.Snell of South Florida- posed in of the following articles '
    part : '
    .despatch says that the Allies'had .marched IO.OOO of the most delicious Oran elJ ever shipped Fine Black Drew Frock Coats. Notice. NEW GO-O-1)S--) Patat O s, Apple* :. I

    forty thousand men from Eupatori..t .wmp8 to this market. We offer them for sale at low rate Black and Curd Single Breasted Frock and T>Y virtue of an order of the Honorable J. Wayles -- \ FBW.- .EAl :ndmg nMV'- ,'Dd

    Toulat but afterwards fell 'back, with the for Cah only. BROOME A SHINE. Business Coats, J3 Baker, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Middle TOWLE & MY .1 S4Jil. _tI for sale by .MoNAUOHT i ORM05D.* .

    Russian lancers ontheir flank. The Allies .November 1'1, 1855. 46-11 Fancy Cassimere do.. do. do 'Circgit of Florida"the undersigned, administrator of ARE now jeeeivipg by ,recent Newport.October 1S> 1855." ; .. #.,.. I
    Black and Colored .tbe'Eetate'ot.Daniel O'Cam, deceased, will sell
    bad Cloth Overcoats., : from New York,afkshiooabl -
    ,. penetrated nearly to Nicolaieff. The Groceries, Black-Doeskin Pants. public outcry before the Court.House. door in.T&Jla. and ..U..ae1ectea.atoek of Gent1emep' '

    number of .Allies in the Crimea' was two T.Ward from New York. Fancy and Cold CaB. mere Pants, I hassee, on Monday the 3d day of December next, the c'.W-atel1es' .
    hundred-and'ten thousand. The attitude of TpERGeoige A Family Black and Fancy Silk Vests I following teal estate.situate lying and being in the :Sewelrl', mDE lR7'S,9.V .
    Soap. Jgs't't
    Sweden. *use* [anemones* in Russia. The 10 Sperm Candles, Fancy Velvet do. Coqnty qf Leon and state of Florida to wit: The E \ Consisting gentlemen's gold buoiicg,levers,ladiep Unep,bosomed'Sbrt.- ; i p-jt

    t loss fthe.: HassionsAt(, Ears was: only four 10 Adamantine Candles.l ". do.Xl&ss. A do.' Cashmeres, of4lw 8 Ej; the S K'i; ofthe'NB i .And the N E | gold levers,siler lever,hunting, an ,lepbe and and ruffled, :,)_."* : ,"
    : of N E quartier Waiches; Canjeo,JCosaic Coral anq all goUboeoui .
    For sale by White Mareailles do. D. n. 4 ofSee.T, and sixty acmflf the W i of the aJi:cnetked
    thbnsand.men.. They had abandoned "the I R. H. BERRY. .. piqs and rriagiv necklaces, and striped Sbirts, .
    November 17, 1855. -ALSO- S'W f Sixtion 8. all ''o Township two,'Rarige two., t gold jet crps : :
    .. ieg. but fortified ail the passes to Tiflis. 46 A floe asos-tmtofShirti.Collara, Cravats, Black, North and East Trims Cash.JOaN I s(, bosom pios and lacks\ltqr.hair, l .4aure .;, Super Heavy Hickory.Slitrta; ,;;; .."' ; I

    The London Times says that.the ,British AuctionSale. White and Colured Kid and Silk Gloves self adjusting CROMARTIE, Adm'r. types.gQJ apd hajr kace.Iraoznentof .Boe L.TV-RaskOanntleta._SkiD.'Hid.; ;.: ;i. v' I
    fine plain djamood, ruby, pearl and and !. Cloth n0'ft. "
    November, 1SSL 44 g.rnet onyx .
    Stocks, Cotton and .Merino IUoder.birt."JeaDs. t
    Gorernrpent was reinforcing the East India .8. Pocktf !Tdk& .
    Auction Sale of cornelian finger rings gentlemen's diamond. ( LiJ5. l.T'
    A-N MULES WAGONS,OXE Drawers. Brown. Fancy,.Cottan,&ntiLilJ.e Thread \ C ; ,pina; J.' c- ,
    8qnadron. Plantation Implements Household and Kitchrn Hose, White and Colored Cambric Handkerchiefs, all To Contractors. sleeve buttons plain, cameo. onyx'and cornelian; a 'sBrao.Stocb; "Pr1: .

    The.London Money Market .was wholly Furniture, will take place on Saturday November I of which are offered to'the public on reasonable-terms .- GOOD'chance for great variety of studs fine gold,,vest,fob an4 guard IodeedeY.ry.thi in b.iJline tbafel b.'vaci'J .
    to make i ia the
    unchanged. The decrease in the bullion of 24th af tbeplantation known u tbe"Rouse Mace" and warranted-good as offered in this Market.-r- A.Cot&xf up 'deficiency for the chums, seals. keys, gold and siver pen and pencil cases landing from th4t brig ?(ysiie;, and for sale of coons. \i"Clm'6 i\
    I 'ctop. by taking a job fencing'
    Bank of the week has bout 4$*miles! frprar town town. Term cash.' Call and examine. and gold, silver and steelspectacles,gold and litTer cNAUQBT ct OJUtO. P. .
    .tie England
    Woods into
    ; during .' -No'remberl7,1855.' 46. !PlankiRoadrfroin the Piney Tallahassee. thimbles. Newport'October HjjyMJr*** ':':4i''Tdb .-f""
    November 10 .
    amounted to 500,000 Sterling. .Consols for ___ 1855. 45 nom 4 to 6 mile*,required.Planters' .
    Money>were quoted at 66.Trom n oat of work.for'a few weeks who bare a Fine Cutlery nnd-Guns.- OOe: : J

    .. j-- Auction 8al ,.. Scott's Little Giants.? good febcing force will do wll to send in written Dinner and breakfast;knjvea jrkboat -furki,;kni'rej JN'& .__ .

    Calif oraiv-and Cestral America.' TIT.pursuance of a D.cree of JLo.ChWt Court, the A iS a.o.nt of ilit of tie Above 8op riorCORN i.ropc&ftl phat.thy>wilLd. U tot per .jj.,;obto beet and.fork*,in"sett*,carvers and ;steel single fiDe pocket A e4 braD .f
    4 ? undersigned, Com iooer.'Will s flthe following /i. AND COB CRUSHERS from .the Baltimore out'a '. Planked portion 0(.,the'-Road .. eotlery shears scuavrs'' od ''puors; S,. dOuble .J ; betnb. f .g-f W'aIk's Anchors
    NEW YORK, Nov. 1J. 'deicribed negrve slues ,before the Court House door Manufactory kept constantly on band and for sale at course fr&.r Contractor to haul oo. Timber can be barrelled'l laminated steel 'lU1d'.tab twist gnus.eom- sea 180* brut1L.*nJ:Roab lad 'AJ hew.

    The ifeatrier Nprlhern ,Light .hai arri.ied.EDe in TaUahas, to the highest bidder oq Monday, the Manufacturer'. FOOL had wiihio 8 (* 4 miles of the }hoe of the' Road lead moo guns shot pouches of various'patterns'Sue and ule by" .,..XAW.iwr.fNa1': a Id'3itptle,.ad foe, ,

    bring JQO pold.t(though the mail steamer 3d day, of Decembw next Distribution between HOPKINS 1 whic&WtSAri would William MclnnU, a minor and John Manning and I November 10, 18li5. 454wBuckwheat well pat up arid of usn'al'gooil rimteriftl. wad, wad cuttcrs,,and materials for gunsmiths.Silver Ir1855.* ;1nJoJU .( :'

    : Francisco. bring 82,000-,- bis wife Jdary Jane.tc-wit: A o .named Betsy, 1X-LADD, Pretkieut and Plated (..Ware.Sirrer'taols : -

    000.. ; ; aged about,twenty.Sve ywaNWl her three.children, New Port NoTembcr 1 0, 1 855. 46 r djwfrt yjid tea ?-.stiver forks : ,;:t. _. __ ....:...._,. z :.
    : All was quiet ZSlearagua. Capt Walker Joe aged about ten Hester soup ,
    years aged two
    l years aDd AntI cream'laiilej/bottetr// knives "o'ntn' 'OYIQ a" '
    infant PER WEST WIND" FROM NEW YORK. pickle plated: .1&6 "
    an Terms, '
    ftjod theJ.CharporTa'party.had agreed t one balfcubtheba1anoj twelvemonths Waukeenah Academy. forks and tt ''f utt.b '''' :
    upontermsToT j.
    with eight cent interest 4 i Bbls. Buckwbeat.hi spoons waiters, ,,castors, cake,and fruit,baskets '. :
    peace. Gen.,Rim/was,choseniPresidcct : note with two'good per.securities/ .to be secured by : 24 Quarter Bbls. Buckwheat.ALSQ WE,-the Trpstees of Wankeenah: Academy' beg electro plated tea sets and.ComsortDJoc sfrfk 1 .,October.tO.mtBaltimore: r4'z,5

    : ; Jffalker*declining in his favor. The G EO. IL }IEGINNISS .. annoaDO .(hat .haf e..o ageJ Mr JOHH. > butter. !l'.and ccaaci ,dishes. bame r and parlor i ; ,

    latter, however, bad been ,Appointed Com' G. C. TOWNSEND. WHriTE,' A.M;of therUniversities! .of Olasjfow and candlesticks, -salt.cellar*,:.boquet "hoUers' *-. and 'RoIlL 'Hmn :'
    i 5 Bales India Baggiug, that.. flower,baskets, and.brittanoia : -
    Ecfmgb, 'Pnncepal; ie bas hstf long'experience are. .
    mander-in-chief all he forces'ofthe ReKtiWople' QmrniMjone '
    : November 17r-l 855. 40 Boxes assorted Tobacco, in'ti Cbiog. and i is inllraately aeqnarnted'with blitccllaneonc Articles. 2. H tF13Brs. t-f 'Jl' uJ' J
    .. irere plwsed with the 46 1 Keg l' Rough and B/eadv" Tobacco, t! '-a--:10. : .
    -r the most thorough;approved rid accepted modes of Ladies 'etJcnlK satchels boxes, pearl.B 1' Ar- .. :
    W!tste of. tninga; : : Oiwas.at"Greyto'wn'anda t For sale by R. IL BERRY. instruction.-whether in reference to very young echo]. .
    ; Fancy iron, and --4- .
    ? u. morocco port monafespearl card eases coral > "Loat Mf.T.i .. .f
    10 i5. "
    L. '' ; : i( was TUST.receivedperOeo. '..Ward-.. 45 ars or the morn advanced' 0.which the state of snti-- beads'eoral'necklace.. and armlets,jet bracelet. ----nye--- .wwu -
    .re tbat .l alker xjuposed to.drire tl I meat and education ia Scotland presents one of the necklaces, and bosom pins oapkinlr nd tooth A NOTE tb'd
    was 6
    Dozm.TolJl&to .
    Catsup '? Groceries I l' Groceries !! best the nations; The ; raigiaed,for..
    examples among Doreover
    locality .tl. $180
    him.oiii ottbe.couutry.: : 5 .Pickles. brushes hat revivers, shell..baflajo,.india' jrabber 'and ,
    4" quart Cans PiccolHIy.' .. JTJS.T Arrived per.West Wind: of tLe .school and neighborhood is onexceptiona. ivory combs,'xbina and:wax doUsrazortrops and -; .
    IbsrCod: Uetrat it that undulating variety of '
    .- -4 .. Fish presents country money telta'cigar'jeajeVfeather' dnstW ''pallor and !
    Pioenippla, 80 bbls ,whi*:is'pleasiog to tha mind and. btuJthy to the _
    and kilt's ,
    Lothi&ns8ugarCrop.from quarter Maokerel. dru Mheat. l trgff- -
    4 A, ii'gl.and..d$ J.d baa:- ,
    a4e9u _
    Peaches: s
    tbe. ;
    new V/ 10 kittVSalmon, / body, aod naturally,invites boarders from distance! .
    ; -
    If ; kets. terra and hs.e.t1upp4I.-:
    cotia-vuev .pitofcf. ll W.L8AUN
    i ? ; <
    Lobster!' pjwfiune.jb "
    i e4oi'Jport considerable''tbupigelo': the. : 10 do ';MeaBShad., to come and be educated with our. children. jewel cases, f ptri' fan 'aixf Ado ) erer1'1 $. I
    All / *
    of -
    whicb. offer for sale at reasonabfe rates. _." ; *" J.'I" "'' -- iOBpeT lamps, lamp .
    sugar carje/ bJ'tbe recAjtJros'C. '..tranters'3 BROOKE A SHINE. t't > 1 crata Onions, *. i :' ', TERMs'Or. ripim SESSION. shade, chuxney*'ani wlcJtt 9i.Hns abdbo.tu tara- .

    ou4aiarngH rlhA.nr.n.i atLeT7 i25bblaM reerPotatoea,." <_:. banjos tambourines atcordeons, clarionets, flutes and -.- .
    -Noven4ier1ZI85. Wfidingnd
    > D'arDh.w IB' 46-8. OrthograyJleacb'sg, .
    5 firkins ben Butter .
    .1f r* ?1ci?-! "-Wfii ?cel/rcjb- crMulaling.' (This.I : '. 20 boxes CheeseiOkcgv ,' '- *, i.. Arithraetic.. .:.,...,.4:;. i,'S.;/, ... .$10 00 I fifes guiUrajidIti < '
    ; ; .rf..r. .
    Iud eraL
    Will '-IWf \,otp. .'.." LiI and {eri&eji. These with Geography Grammar; > a t 'iPr
    .1 rp\, .n t' el. 'and boxes Buckwheat : r J : .t'! ,
    I and HiB '. .. .. .. .. .. aritfJWeti1'ttp.ltta 1f mpu1itsa f
    T. 14
    'tl 00 cocs
    'ieitatnilil Caliisyba la *rjiieJ ft ILl I TJf71Jfr oow'reeavinga small.bDfcbvce| lot of; : 10 caws Tobuco.p nt ** '' best onannent' 'tir>,if a" .. < ::1 TDXALXK k'bi1m! *
    r; : .:'f f .lAnwys and Kerseys, Georgia'PLjms''and Negro ',"10 bbls Croshe4 Sugar, ,l : .. '. -.' With eAstfIOIJomy.h : &w _
    m lSlt 4M iJ .
    : '
    <* Vl the 3Iiti.mportat'ri KewfjopAwthf : ; : Oetober2O,165&r ,
    r .._ ? &lankett"wbicb we desire iotliipoii 'offorthwith. ," n.-3-do:Granulated do,, ) I ; t Natural Pbilo optj> Ehy.';.7., .,. ..10DO/ .Qut-: j
    i. I4 ; -
    ; "to. i .. ,j 1 Wi1hLtteck.rM&tbematies- ( M\ ,M ,thsL- ,
    : .r. -nROO .A SHuliLi .> *-J 4 xo-! -.Pdwtiered ::do'i, 'n \ I .o4 Ii*&si11eo
    j-4., ,' j and Moral ] ,.. ....... .,-. .. 20 &
    .No :.1f:18M.:1 71i ; 40taasRi! Coffee, Philosophy ; j. ,, : 00 $4601rkria gserdi
    r Case*f Ferer I-pr- >nd'Are' Care4.I I : -. : I ...'." ._: J . .'T.r-n' f. i iI 6 do Laguira Coffee.T iF. French and Drawing. extra......;no u,10, 00 '. ?"l Wl t,, "A'! 1 J.J.-r f 45; ,I

    urU& JrMIlg U rdaI Il.atooiaW g: Boots and Blioes.n .A. AS do old gov..Java. Coffee, The year"i is divided! into two sestioos of fire months I Iesch. _ e, .. - .
    " T'S f Feur"'iAgae by.t1a.ae.l'Of.Dr..JCLaoe'.I I 2Lca UyooT.. ( r----. .;. .; Tbe gi&bcgi.tming. CD.the J8th.:October sod t.'k 1' -. .. .. ,: ,
    LTer a.,W.&DO&ber tal mention,. vii:: "txn : 1'e3iZkt eciT.\ Ward from 10 bcuea. web .F' ending in-FebrtMrj"!.toe secojad. begWbiEg with.March I p' ", P"" l'ppi'* ', ,." &i .

    that! of Mr. Sharp,of Ifartiyioburgfa, who statea thtt. !.g.tq".t i o( .5 bbls, 'A1m da T and ending In'1a1,.< : '- :1; i : ;'? ..1 J J' ;W'c"! J'yi'..JlDJf !,::4t-'" .- .... .(_, 'I, 'f
    M JMid Vhw wslfr" ;.' *, : 'WGq2e. Sl' n .k '" ? Board pet month from eight to ten dollars. 'the PLAIN FANcY ; % -S.t ,
    jrfrj.HTf r4; Ague I .u pa* '" .'. 'SOObflteiSatdinewlsaiKJift-. : ': : IK A1ID."A'C'J.f T 3\
    ad ftrer, cod vu BOOT restored bj,". .uprt,t>e Mg t 8HINE. :10 dMenLoodoa Mustard. .: -.,-' Academy op-H on thA 13t.b mit' i ';j' .44.W4tEiJ.a ':I'll ..a 1.-r t"U ,-.I_ -pirrar.a )
    Pills. Jfr.s"- ;: rU1UI.; j. 'f'-6! '. .. lita arhr&m 1lew-Yji !
    aIipreues -did t bbls Appl and Cider Vinegar, WaukeeoabNov.Ot5454.- .' ". 10 i, i"-: _' .r : -1 :'f.tq; .,' r.
    oa obrvtioetb&& tbL&v.r PUs&r. .& beIa(91: l."J ., t ."i 1..a. '. 2boxesMacearonif' < .It. -.i- '. Uiii A 7J ; : ei -. t tI
    a I ..eDeu..ri..1. t'Uj rod tern. as
    1J 'W, evero&red. t 'fI' : -- L. .:. ;4"." ..r" \ dF' t I $0 bags assorted sites Shot. 'I q .: :Hatsr dCap. ? 4- p ipyel .
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    6DDGeorp.T.wud-,. s I ".'1 .S CronHnr eiv' ;. -. :,1' '' J ALENPID ( : ci'y. Wod ,.O'js
    ._, bx n. Q'-1. Wt | ea'3[ WiDd; .imcrwbbdstoes, trimmsd itb ,
    .'t' t r nuoes
    !. .tJII&i Pc'L !O ,_ ) n.1xr.uI' .. S&fl'Qandlear- ; ",' r t perW"lU. J bmaIatII,8 ,
    .. 4i' .4. f' : .. tj.j'ffer '., 4. ._ F4 .
    '1 tJj, r l000.B..iOmour f mic ti d : ie ," !' ; 1
    ruad .
    r. $ lori It 8" 4" wbao4'4 4XCOrOt 0g .
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    Botprrptrcdiur bat NQeberIViUg. ,. k ft- tJ.Jt' J :iJ n7 i "t 1 ,
    erideoM > B/ofiiigOniawMWFwt
    gratifying .' ih411& 'J:1'\e.Gv
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    ; ; 'j"CJ foV sala 'n tetms Ho'aait bare iiers
    of hi I ...,1. 1..L..r'L. .1a r-L._. ; '
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    0 BEpOME ABHtNKf' yr f &I1 kets d&arehn4r .
    pee thU r-4ae.peoit1. J.beir Tufo'Biyfi 6& '"dIUST Sn les. --t k. SeotI Staff far Madden. "'' & Y I IeTV1 -
    m_. = 1 t ?T' !' !'! 5'r' 4-W' (Sent. I
    10 do*. R. R. Mills Sflnff'fB'bott] -
    ; : .1 !
    that it l.be receive ; .roec.oi4.i : ; 'T.kat < .
    LUad $t.4js. sIr Dtau-&miI..io. &be &.,. AH which are oonritf storeW.wfcrenr" IIIyiYIt. : NaI1'I ;-+- eN ,. .,j .4
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    ,;u...:_ Ift.a.l." body to call and examine our stock be1creiuy, ,
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    TALLAHASSEE, will County "i".fi"P Smith .4,, c Paia fa tW "
    signed offer for ute at the time and places ; BE itIre,6cfx1e w,'of JnfJtatJoB;tym Hip. f..Ia

    t J Wholttal. and Retail Dealer In.'. herein designated. upwards of a million acre M Lux}, PROFE3SOti"toIofferi for-aala a perfect hair min tntor ot &be Kstae efNafhan Holt deceased sjoarsaoIutIoa the.Facsllj aad Truteee.ba* WnU; Scrofola. "'. EvilW bil. 8. lid'
    S :. beside*. lots in: the Citv Apalacbicola aDd in tb : time,'rejtora'the Rod otUer*.are Oowplatnantai o4 Bartletl 0.HoJf f todotbere I been thrown Into riieTertoC onHnenciDj oo the Hr/ Twnon BCfflolntt, aod alt z fd pains u-i
    DA13'AMDICI1aV Mtin
    & ]1: TBWB ef Newport,Jlndtia,the ttvpvrtj of the "AP. hair wbici''Hat leeome grey pernw 8ofIi to ite original the nabor heirs of said Nathan-Holt,deceased adefendA r<: K9H4f'1 ill'&pfff'lll?.d.et.Mg"Oosirxvrxxa Where this pWter Ie applied p eaJIDot :

    ri ALACRICOLA LAND COMPANY;" vir Such color brings jYout wb ra it 3 is gone and'arrests (,I will ofler tar*alf at public outcry be fore ths DAT-Tbortday aftetvtne Jimrfb.Sabbath June.. It ba teen ienenctl an tun ol..ea i
    RBCKIVED from New Yerk a fun rpply .portions of snUl lands u lie in the Counties f Leon. jt where itJ.tateesDl} the headof dandruff CmirtfioQMoWfe'TanaluMtae.tathefirit MondajinDeemb P.iaand W-"fD .l 8'-.IJaL.

    JUST .& Uadidoea. PaiD <&*, Wwdow Wakulla and Gadsdm will be offered in Tallahasaee and itching wmoverall evtowona r pt ODland'renders Fft>ntte1bn AO-LT-Y.. r4menfls Al'tdIan' 1' :

    .'PtIP. ; -OIIthe: FIBSr-.m "t JBlOEOtQl neat; the scalp perfectly healthy 'by re f nfly'tb aeo- atM b'Leoo'OoeirtyieflO Bzto&eErtate of aid I : 'ARCTIC* Airxar g. M, Preitdnit Trofessoc, cf VtAffGtV., .It cf.ttroJa j .b1 -

    cb.AtIIO and that part which lie* iu Franklin County will fee retire organs to their original"' vlorsnd strength,and Nathan Holt J ceard, vk: TbeEof ibe 8 wi. English LRwmtar and Ancient Laflguaje*. ( lamia L. 'Bojo, f CBCVI "ateeWJeetka

    offeree!at Andadiicola on the FIRST MONO iT IN thus -upply imtriment rnd colormg'iBattet '-. ofStctioa; the E i of the N ,W*,tiefl;W t ft UMN r Rey.Jol H.OAUOOIU.A.K.Proftaeor,of. lle&tal bytocMafcae, ., "..

    'i 5vIp. Ooinme,Farr .0". JUUABY, &. :Thee land lie on the Gulf Coast It doe rnitcolorthehafrbiIsiAsbcetapethdHair : E*.the tf K cfth.SEI.tbsNW1oftb.SE4,p and Moral Pfcfloopby. .' '. nation In both.1 hi*bee*'*!- ,._

    )ooOIbs.Ep.o5tt*.' extend from the BLTJUrts'to the Apalachicola River, invigorator and Took. thS WctS.ctoa30theE.fNW1oE.&S1, Bey. F.X.poasiAM.Po1.o, Mathematics The followIng.b* J.ifuabja ''

    tww Glsub! (K v aDd include the Islaod on aid :. To the young who so ranch admire the beautifullock ail in Township iwo, Range three North ,and East and Natural die: ", afdao tD Oeorgw.i i,:: J.J'9...

    OoQaM&CatirOl.Va.1.. .. The terms will be on-third cash the remainder and ringlet he feelethat h' will be pardoned containing in all fire hundred and twenty acre,,nr Principal of Tnntrr>Department M__. Sonm&tzAliUentat! I.
    j .. : _TOO nrt ""' LunD :' .a-. : to'cquat msQUnenta or one aad two yearsy wttti intereet be offers the advioiingg,eted by long atndf and extensive or less.TERMS..' ,.and Inttmctrees. ia Botany aadFreodk log your Lrvenfet*i."-'10_ biNs;

    ;: "MO- Linsted Neatsfoot"j.' from day of aaJe.w\ observations r it is to discard all cologne and .-One third cash and the balance b equal B. R. Liamen, Prbctpal Mmfcal Department tensivery b maetlo ....eIIQ. .

    100 M fiaiUd. For propertJ porcbaaed at these*alea the scrip of stimulating oil. for the hah-,.and keep always upon the, hwtalroent payable coo and two yean with interest KUa .Lfm"! ASlPt1O Teacher ill MUM.1 wftbplewirs tW Islet, tII'" iii .

    ,. 5" 1 .White Lead the Apalachicola Land Company owned by Stock- toilet a:'botte of 1M restorative iar occasional use at eight'per cent,from date with* lien on the land ).L.0SMD,.and Jir&.1'. CAixnrxu, OrnatnewtalUnmihe -. ity ovxm AU orua'U11nJI"U W1j "*
    .. to'KegsX" Kttra" bolder or their assignee,will be received in payment and we can sftfely predict,that henceforth. silver locks security. HUGH A ;Jr., *. mttiated,for tit*porpcee rw.Ite. n ?llJQ **

    ; 00. Pur '* at its relative .. and bald heads will be unknown: for' although the Muter m Chancery. This Institution note present to the Public, advan- they are rccomaeadfld. 1Jr 1

    (0 M 2Tmc Paint, JOHN BEARD Receiver, A& Ac. roue may bleasom upon the downy '-the dark Nevomber 8, 1855. 44' tagee which few poses A l large and eleglntly OWHstructed afly. b an mTDU1.' r S fcrtS iF

    1000 Fire Proof Pamt July 14,1855 tf-28 eye be ever so piercing, and the toeth those of peon, v College edifice; one of the largest ehapel In ao found It-a most ,_pat e oSffiV J "
    (9 The Sales above mentioned still if the natural fluids be withheld from the Master's Sale. and Bi n '8
    are postponed until hair the State all outbuildings and enclosure: CJ" uJjp
    t- 100 Bares Window Gbue asserted ... A large ? Decenary; dHJD,
    aeertoseBt of PtJat<'. materials-Brushes, Ac further notice. and in conseqneoct it becomes first dead and harsh, virtue of a decree in Chancery of the Slat Octo a Boarding Department fitted up in-the meet neat and aa u 1
    4: D. U. AMES *.* The Florida Sentinel Wakulla Times and the then grey or falls off natore will be jobbed of more BY 1854,'in a cause wherein dwardLWiley' comfortable style, Bnder the enperinteadenee of tb. z'z'meGs9Mai,41111 'ft

    c- My* 1856. 21 Apalachieola Commercial Advertiser will publish till than half its charms; and although it is a sovereign and others are Complainants and Arvah Hopkins. Teachera themselves; with the dometi department I nr.1Itwue.f Cnacterleb ai INO fM .
    notified to discontinue. remedy for those who are gray an well as those who direction- ladle of plU1D411r1JJ in t
    : r-- Administrator of Zachariab Jerkins, deceased, IS Defendant under the careful experieo*- tmn iI,. tq '
    I 1 < t state FlorUs.. Hills aod Caps. are bald, still all see the propriety of making only I will expose at public outcry before the added to all the facilities:or a thorough course of Instruction T..noa o the at,1.pJ.dt qaYfI'IOII & 01
    such an application to the hair and scalp as H calculated Court House in the city of Tallahassee on Monday which aol similar Institution can offer. It the top f"cia kz 1d.. c.
    MENS, black Drab Wool" Hata., to preserve it both in a perfect and healthy state. the 3d day of December, t the{ollowing described will be seen by reference to our Catalogue that ow Purchaw,, ar,.d .4. ; i

    H.j: ; ." Black Cassimcre Hatn. From the Editor of W the Real Eitate Advertiser 21- lands to wit: E i N. E.J. Sec.16, T.'.H. 2,S..& E; rates both of Board and Tuitioo.ar )less than can be this article h InJtFendoahsol4lb7- ( >IJOt"
    4 I Gents Moleskin School.Street.Bosroy. E1aE.Sec.9T.2R2N.&EE6N.W.1; Found elsewhere. This fact,;n these time*of pecuniary \II&ad '
    HaM ,
    Proclamation by James E. Broome, .4 superior" Silk March 20. '54. Sec. 9S T. 2 R 2. N. & E; W J N. E. 4..Sea 9, T.2, R. pressui ia worthy the consideration of those' bariiur .. I j

    ,. S. I' '\ .Wood; Dear Sir-Having become prematurely 2, N. i E; S. W. i of S. W.J, Sec. 10, T.2. R. 2, N. i daughters to educate. LO'ie'ft'. n.Del J .1.-.. oo_
    OOYRNOfl OF THE 8TATE AFOREqAID.1if Sevastopol Rachel .. quite gray,J was' induced some weeks since to A ES. W. J of N. W.. J, Sec. 10, T. 2, R. 2, N. A E. 'Th Boarding Department
    A V ACANOY-haring occurred in the office of Asodifte Black Fur male trial oT your hnir restorative. I Have used less & N. W. i of S. W.iSec.. 10 T. 2,. 2,N. A E. containing r of President Alden and 'lady and of Prof Geld. agent*, otherwise they wfll be b ,

    It' Justice of the Supreme Court by the Bon black wool hat than two bottles,, but the grny hairs hire all dioapeftred -! 440 acres, lying and being in the County of .: well and lady. With spacious and comfortable dormitories worthIes. article. 8COVIL4:.JO.Uk

    : death ef the Hon.Thoroa Douglas an flection te sup- Drap wool bat, ? ; and although my hair has not fully attained Leon. Terms Cash. HUGH ARCHER Jr., ,large and ccnveuientclosetJ, new and elegant lit Cbartrec 8'- .C4J0ti aDd 8L.lookX

    b: plj the same is hereby ordered to be bfl l in the sevraVoMiuGes Fashionable cawimere bats, its original color yet the process change is gradually Master in Chancery. furmtme good and erperitficed nervante, and table Sole Agent for the Southern State*,tTwlIoia'al

    c;: througbout the State on Monday, the Blackcloth'caps, going on, and I hare great hopes that in a short time November 3, 18S5. 44 furnished with the best the market affords; together order and application for Ageadee nest W.a&het

    '- Third d"y of December proximo. Blue Military my hair will bo as dark as formerly..' I have also been with a wholesome yet parental discipline- we hope to sed. .
    The Jodgeeof Probate in the several counties will Also Urge assortment caps of Plantation Hats. ForNote much gratified at the healthy moisture and vigor of Andrew S.GArr. et aL) Leon Circuit. In Cban- increase the liberal patronage with which the College. or For ale at all the Dro/rfitorts/ b TkHJkMaeaand

    ": take due notice hereof(;; and 1 conduct said Election. and by DAVID C. WILSOW. be hair! which before was biu-sh and dry,and it has, **. >eery. has hitherto been .tAvaJ, at one Agency.i* every. Tewo 1 in tbaSnctk. .
    'ttuJte"returns of the same to the office of the Secreta- October 13, 1W5. ceased to come out as formerly.Respectfully Lewis Curtis, ft a?. ) F. X. FORSTER August18. K6& ''IS ...
    'ft*elf State in the manner prescribed by law for the 41 yours, D. C. M. RUFF. IT appearing to the Court by affidavit made-in this Secretary Fatuity. L.. f.:

    1H- eUtrion member to Congress. Clothing uiid Kerseys. CHICAGO, May 1, '54. 1 have wed Prof. Woods that the :following named defendants in the August 11, 1855. 32-fJaol FEMALE COMPLAI TB.
    have hereto net hand and above case reside.out of the State <
    In witoew whereof I my of Florida and out
    I ; eawed to be affixed the Great Seal of the State DAVID C. WILSON is now opening a large as Hair Restorative to a decided advantage. It prevents' "f the Middle Circuit of Florida and in the places Notice to Contractors. The best Female Bledlclne Kaoivtt.r"PHIS .
    .L of the hair from coming out, gives it a gloss and softness
    at the in Tallahassee hereinafter designated, viz Richard AbelT Extract of Yellow Dock, and Sanapar&a
    of FloriJa: Dope Capitol : H.Ogden. I.a b
    Gents and cassimere very desirable./ The few gray hairs I bad have Omc OF STATE ." BOTIUYIBTA )
    plaid fancy JL
    A. D 1855. pants Anderson and Cambrelen who poeitive. speedy and permanent
    thi lth hy urspt. Stephen reside in the core for all
    JAMES E. BROOME.Tjovt a tweed entirely disappeared. Others of my family have used State of New York ; Charles Black who resides in the OEANGZ MILL P. 0, ST.JOH S Rirra.FLx, V complaints incident to FEX.,'
    ''I w< it,and concur with melD pronouncing all it Arc )
    Black cloth and caMimere professes err 20ru, 1825.
    rnor vf Florida.Ik State of Louisiana; Charlotte E.Geddee George F. Its mild alterative prepertSefenderlt peeoSarVr
    Attest Solid and fancy tweed Vests to be. HENRY A. CLARK, Michigan Avenue. Geddes, Eric William Leslie, Mary Margaret Lealie PROPOSALS will be received at this applicable to the .slender cad delicate cowtitstioa
    : : SEALED
    U. Governor- .
    ; 4 ... F. L. ViLttriocE.Secrttary U .1 U silk Charlotte Cumming Leslie, Eleanor Sinclair 'Leslie the 20th day of August,18o6Vfor con- ,VL.1'.... .1..1."u.o__ .Ti. :- ...I_I S44 1. W: .1&_. ".J1/1... 'up_ I1IeQ, .
    .. of Stat.tbw .H Black Satin VROF. WOOD'S ORIESTAL 8EJTTIVK Lt\JlL"T. Janet Leslie or Dunbar, Mary Leslie or Cameron., strnctnur a CanaL with 'iu necessary arm.ndaee,I du asee as Incipient Con umpktv Barrenness,.
    hc, B 1855. 40tl' Cloth frock and dress uoattA This Liniment is & valuable auxiliary the treatment Helen Leslie or Brown Margaret Van Bnrie or Blscoe, such as Lift Locks, Guard Locks Basins.:At from I corrbce ciWbLes Irregular Menstruation, 'Teeootl.
    of the most formidable
    some ..
    __:_ Tweed and caasimere which it is disuse with William Leslie Imbach, Helen Gumming Imbach.and Lake Harney oo the St.Johns to Indian Hirer a distance nenee of Urine, and.general Prostration of the system.
    e' Notice. L5n bosom Shirts, our lot to contend; for instance: inflama- Margaret St.Clair Black who reside in Europe; and of thirteen mile*,:3.410 feet ; authorized by the. It immediately counteracts that dietreseinf,. .
    .4 Af iino Undershirts tion of the tangs and howels. By a thorough and continued General Assembly, of the State of florida at its
    Walker Anderson, who resides in the Western Circuitof session ness and lassitude so common to the female nine
    i ; i.: O.'S' Thortday.the nth dnyof December next 1855;i. N Silk application of this Liniment over the regions of Florida.It of 1854-5,by An Act entitled An Act provide I and imparts an energy and buoyancy,u ,
    I't the ondertigned. administratrix of the estate o;f u Shirt Collars &en Jta. the affected organ, the otherwise formidable diseases for and Liberal of Internal Improvements sorprMing u
    :: : is ordered that said defendants do and encourage System they are grateful We have evidence on fileTwbiek
    Charles 8. Sibley. decenseoVlate of Gadsdcn Couoty Also a large assortment of comrdin are at once disarmed of more than half their terrors, in this Stale.
    o1o"Ltpg, induces
    t answer the bill of complaint filed in this case, that is us strongly to recommend .tats medicine to
    ,.; f w i11 artplv to the Hon J,.Wayles"Rtker. Judge of th Kerseys and Negro Clothing. particularly among children and thousands of mothers to say the said above named defendants who reside Proposals will specify the amount for which the married people who have"not been bleeeed; vita
    t i 1 Middle Circuit of Florida at bill office in the city oiTaHanaaee f Franklin nud Cboctow stripes, were tbey allowed to speak, would with all the out of this State but in the United States, within four work will be done, the mode and manner in which I spri g. .

    :, for authority to sell the following described Manchester and Mariners *' eloquence of feeling and affection, bear their united months from the of thia order the defendants payments are to be made,whether; &or moneys,
    of the minor heirs ofeaid testimony to the fact that it'has snatched their children publication ; Prolapnt Uteri or filing of At W'e4 -J.
    ;: real estate property ) G6IOrg1a plains and Kersevs, : above named Who reside in Europe within or portions of each. Maps, Profile and .timattltAD
    lmt No. tvn.((2).and Uiatportion from the jaws of death and restored them yean standing, cvrrdly-JJr. Qvytotfi Jfxtra'c t.of
    L- deceased, vie: Marlborough plains Tery nine months from the of tbis order:and be seen at this office, and any information obtained by
    I ; .f-1 I. of Lot No.one. (1))m the Town of Quiney, bounded a- J eft S. R. Onaburj, to their former health ned beauty. Again it will be the defendant who resides publication in the Western Circuit addressing the undersigned f at .Orange Mill Post Office Yellow Dock and Sortilnjp.M eitry eVJUrknovn

    ; .t tfH0wi; to-wit: beginning on the North of Kinjr Liuaeys, te.. ic. For sale"by found powerful auxiliary in removing what is gener. within two months provided that this St.John's River Florida" Proposals will also rtaitdy ADd bftn frirJ wiljfwt reii'
    t equally flistant'from the S.>uth.ast ally known as an Agne Cake or an enlargement of ; publication be received 'W.t.iBT.foTqWO.F..t.n.
    \ e Street at a point DAVID C. WILSON. order be made once a week for the time above limited for .constructing a Rail Road over the
    -. Southwest corners of the North nut IIotic or October 18, 1855. the spleen indeed in nil cases where the external This certifies -
    41. that
    f"&nd. application (or' !he appearance of the defendants above named same ground. F. ;'L. DANCT. my wife, aged twenty sevta
    : '. of aid Town. running thence North parallel is of service, this Liniment will be fuund useful State has been
    State of
    J quart who reside in the United States, and once a month for Engineer. Florida. years iuffennf under the above complaint
    : 1 ; with the streets of said Town to the Northern !limit of Epicures look Out. the period above limited for the of the August 81, 1855. 35-Iy for five years. Hearty alloftbattime coofoed to her

    ; :h: >eirttortheast( Block.Jhence West parallel with the The Niceties of Life. PHOF. WOOD'S VEGETABLE STAGn 1IFT m.lS. defendants above named who reside appearance in Europe.AT bed. :I nave for four yean constantly employed the
    streets of said Town eighty feet to the dividing line BU8'mLD. May 30,'li3. Prof. O.J. 'WooDDear ClfAJ.IEBF.K3. Leon County Iron Works, best medical talent that could be procured in thfr section .
    : f;. of said Into No's one and two Jbenee South by and eJ TTJST Fish received per Asa Green Peas, Sir-As we have used and-sees used for a numberof J. WAYLES BAKER Judge. 'TALLAHASSEE'FLORIDA. of the country,without soy benefit whatever. i

    ; f h with saM dividing' line to King street thence East Oysters years, VogitaWe Magic life Pilfe, we are March I have also purchased every instrument'reeonne&dcd
    your -
    Natural Pres'd Poaches i prepared 10 1855. 4m 1m Nov. 4 10 Establishment ia now in lull operation. All
    side of said street eighty feet to AsparajrOT, THIS for the '
    of such
    ;. t. *o the North to recommend them to the public as superiorto will be attended to with and cure diseases aU or.bich proved
    ',_i the place(f btgiDni; Al! about ninety five acree u Pine Quinces, ';|Brandy. Peaches, all others, and infallible in the cure of the diseases New Establishment in Tallahassee. all work done"with neatness and dispatch.All promptness. worthies
    ; said lots the North, and Apples, Pears In the
    with on
    of land connected for which they are recommended spring of 1848. Iwub'duceJbymyfrjn
    .11" II : kinds of work each Work
    Steam Mill Work
    -1:' bounded on the East by lands of C. H. Dnponton the Plums, i"; Plums, B. B Leach A. B. Petti, B. I). Albro. P. Jacobs, -rjpHE Subscribers would respoctJL Gin Gearing .Sugar, Mill,as Circular Saw, to try Dr. Guy sou's Yellow Dock and. ersaparflla.wbicn .
    : Cherries Durham Machinery
    lands of the heirs of Overton on the ;: i French Mustard fully-announce to the citizens of used for four
    : Krtihty the Orin Buzzel, Spencer Sussell, Edward Gilber. John was month Aiter site-bad wed
    "lif-t .' West by the lands of J.M. W. Davidson, Wm. T. Currant Syrup, ,Cayenne Pepper Albro, Lucien B.Sweet, Elias It Sweet John Hacn- TulLil.u3ee, Florida, and the adjoining Shafting Pulleys, Hangers Plough Castings Brass it for about four weeks, it was evident to all uaihat
    &c. also
    West India Preserves i Currie Counties of Castings. ; Sugar'Kettles, of any size kept
    owned by Mrs. Atwater. Georgia/that they opened a she
    and those formerly Nathaniel Gilmore was.improtiog. and from this time she
    2 Stockton : raft ,James H.Pine, Wm.Johnson, constantly on band. All work done in such eatabllllbmeot improved
    Capers Fines Millers CLOCK AND -
    and Sooth by aid Town of' Quincy. and the Epicurean Sauce, Johnson Williams G. Lawson C. Shop on Monroe Street, napidIyandainedeshand natd. .
    t;. co 41 Farrar D. Landers. will be done by us, with a particular regard to strength, : & .disease -
    .'. Jande.of' .1.M. W.' Davidson Wm T. Stoekton and Capercines .Extracts assorted, Paor. WOOD:-Dear Sir:Having used and experienced two doorsbtlowlIIDongaU'e Book Store where they the and dui of the work. was entirely removed and she is caw 'enjoying
    .. 4 William bem-all that portion of the S W J I Nonparrils, ,Pepper Sauee, the effects of Vegetable Magic LifePilI.s will be ready nt all times to do every description of most excellent health. WM. MOSTFORT.

    ofSection Towwhip t, Range S,N 4 W, owned by Cans Yeast of Powders, :'Pppenniut in my family I will your say that as a family med work in their line. Chronometer.Duplex.Patent Lev.t'r.Cylindernnd Engines.Competent&. Workmen always in readiness to put np We. btinglkighbon of 'Wm.'nd Julia Mootfort.
    .Tomatoes : Vertiial
    1a- .id deeeued. Catsup icine, they cannot be valued too highly. I have used common Watches repaired know that the above statement ae to the sickness at
    Terms will be liberal, and all work done for
    String Beans, Preserved at the shortest notice also and Clocks strictly
    MARY D. G. SIBLEY, Administratrix. ': Ginger. them in several bilious attacks and infLimations, andI ; jobs every cash Mrs.Mootfort.and as .to tbe.eure 'beist; effected by
    Green Corn or accepted orders on some business firm in this
    ( l- Ifcvember 3 1856. -w-44 description. By strict attention to business, they are "Guysott Yellow Dock and San
    say that their virtues cannot be too highly appreciated place. Liberal prices paid for old Iron and rerilla'tobesriet-
    For sale at the determined 1/ia. nonethallgo away dissatitfied. Copper
    Grocery Emporium. for in case they have tri Jl true JANE EDDI
    q'Li- every speedily Brars.
    N. B. Good work Horse and for sale
    :I: Notice. i R. H. BEBRY. umphed/over disease and hence I.foel in duty bound month's credit. Buggy at 6 All letters must be addressed'(post-paid)'to SARAH POWERS.

    i bavin; demand against the estate of _October 13, 1855. 41 recommend them to all. They operate perfectly J. M. SHINE Tallahassee Fla. SCO VILA HEAD,
    f J C.HALL A CO.
    ) ;;:.'h: ALJpereooe* hto of Leon County, deceased WM. M. LAWTON & CO. easy, producing no uneasy sensation yet their operation March 24. 1855. tf J 2 March 11, 18M. 10 ., I'.. _.___' 111 6_Cbarf.._ .res a.Street_ n.L.L,New 'Orleav,_ L
    4 trf f -will take notice that thy toot present them to thetffldertbned is thorough; and I am sat iafied that nothing more -- .w'Li jur uim ocnaatra 0UIO. ,W
    } .. within the time prescnbedby law, or ibis SEA ISLAND COTTON FACTORS in most cases, is necessary than these valuable pills, Bonnets Bonnets. i Per Arlington" from New York.pUNPOWDERTEA whom. _all orders must invariably be addressed.Q .'

    ; t1' will be plead in bar or their recovery; and allpertonn to perform a speedy and triumphant cure.Respecthilly I Sardines ? For sale at aU the 1 r. la Talkfcw**.
    notice colored straw
    5 indebted to said estate are hereby notified te No. 13 Southern Wharf, Tours. Ac, LA : vJT Imperial ..Crushed Sugar, and at tine Agency in every Town b the Bouth.
    v! colored straw trimmed Bonnets, .. August'18,1858. M faWoodware
    nndersizned. J. B. SANGER "
    '- i1e.iauned"13.'e payment to the I Ohar1e t2a, B. Os. plain" ." Hyson Loaf
    %4. LEONORA P.. LAFroo Adziz.jr WM. M.'LAWTOX, 'R. WAiswaicHT BACOT, :O. J. WOOD 4 CO, black BIa k Starch -

    r. October 27, 1855. 8w JOSEPH T. DILL WIKBOXN LAWTOX,Ja. Proprietors, 695 Broadway New York. white-satin and silk Maccarooi, Soap, ,&.
    : : August ii, 1855. 4m32MaiHifactiired 114 Market Street St Louis. black (extra site) Table Salt, Stuart Syrup TUBS. Painted TobPailc. BQthts She
    D. H. Ames Agent,Tallahassee Fla. Pot Ash Cider and Wine CEDAR
    : Purchase Vinegar,
    Wanted to Children and Misses draw *. Blacking Cotton, Lines Veanrst
    'f February 10. 185. <.' Stuarts Candy, SaJaratua
    likely Negro boys, from'12 to 15 years of Tobacco. u Hats Washboards. 'For Sale by R.H.BIEEY.Octobef .
    h 1 FOUR S&Ni6HT.: JOHN W. EVANS For sale by DAVID C. WILSON. Assorted Ground.Pepper, 1I, 1855. .a'
    'U 4 Apply to r SHALL receive some 400 Boxes of various brands Salad Oil, Ginger. .
    :; '1ttepte: nber 8, 1855. 2&Notice. J. Mullem" Manufactured Tobacco on consignment ATTORNEY AT LAW, October 13. 1855. 41 Indigo, Rail'Road Snuff
    lI gain this season'too feoxes now on the way out- BAINBRIDOK, GEO AGENCY OF THEETNA INSURANCE CO. N utm gs. Chocolate, LINE. i
    fI-- Merchants will do well to bear this in mind and itwill French Olive ForSt..arb Bwponand
    Cedar FhuTES8ELS
    1-\\ give prompt attention to all business en above Rice. Zeyi
    ; undersigned of the ,
    h months after date the nnJerigned Executor of be sold lower than same quality can be laid down WILL' THE Company
    his in the Counties
    t1 SIX ( to care, of Thomas, i receive applications for and make insurance -ALSO- will continue rnnnfef renltrlyr
    -.4 l Estate of-John S.Sbeard. late and of LeooConn-vouchers1to titt.for from usual markets, and on'DANIEL time to LADD.good par. Decatur Baker, Daugbertv, Calhoun Early and Clay'I against lots by.Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings, 40 Bags Rio Coffee, between St Mark*, few Port aadCedar'a

    :}tr4 ty, deceased will present his aeceunU: February 11. 185S. 7 tf Furniture,Merchandize 20Jam"- Florida and Charleston during th'winter for

    4 _; the Judge of Probate for..said County,and asked] to Newport'Augtrttotl, 18 5. .SIICHAED LONG & GALBRAITII, January 29, 1858. 4 B. C. LEWIS. For sale by p:.'BERET. >; the special benefit of the bueiqew Mends ef tie*.b-
    discharged. scriber.
    October 20, 180. 42 I
    ROBERT GAMBLE T. BiBciirrr. tHAULrs w."BIBCHETT ; OWfIl.'O ATTORNEYS AT L.vw, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.MA. DR. LEWISRESIDI.NT Charleston, October 6. 1845. 40-4t
    Executor. -" -----" ,
    j 9 & v6win8Q, LONG & J. B. GALBRAITH have associ- ; DENTIST P. B. BHOKAWS.LIflllf .
    Is3.skF ,
    ,. 'I: :: -::September-:--- J ATTORNEYS AT LAW & AGENTS FOR CL&S8 themselves in the practice of Law.: They TALLAHASSEE, FLA. IIB' ULI'aTOLU..TATr.Uu.ssBE. Notice.
    1"l will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit, the Suoptem.e to Jad id UoDtJeello Jcffenoa
    "11 Oard.. NO. '49O Seventh Street, I Coqrte and the District Courts of the United I now.inserting Artificial Teetb on the FLORIDA. BROUGHT the 0thof A a Coontj.'

    1'. Ball WASHINGTON CITY. States Tallahassee.. .. fAIS new anti improved principle. with .i.- named LEWIS. dark complexion cgt, five fet ttrtro OM sum feeh
    1i Mrs. Mary L. Office the Court House. gums from one side to the ,mIlE Proprietor would in- high, and that. '
    "* IXTILL practice before the. Court of Claims, and tpposite aave be'belooge te- Lafayette
    'i' the Ladies of Tallahassee other without.scam crack no place fur the -J. form bill friends and the .
    services to Octoberl854. ; of Madm .
    ly .Ona
    pottle ty.FJa. & a
    prosecute claims before Congress and the several mK wai e. ver. i
    .4 j.." O'FERS.her, to make and trim.Bonnets and Fan- lodgment of food thereby rendering them perfectly public that he nas rebuilt his_ The owner is requested to come forward prove pre 1
    .t'q' 5M Dres ;aod *oUciU liberal share ef their July 18.1855. SO MITCHELL & STEWART, life like,and restoring the original contour of the face, large Brick-Stable*,at the old stand, and 11 'QOW. erty, pay barge and take him away.or be will be
    He will attend to all culls to accommodate bis a.&nd etlSto .
    detection. prepared
    'l 80 as,to defy dealt with a*the law direct. '
    I September 22, 1855. S82mAdministrator's ATTORNEYS AT LAW, in Middle Florida for Full Setts. wishing Full He also has attached to his Stable,a good Blacksmith WILLIAM H. ANDREWS I

    jJ --- .aOJlN -R LLOYD, JASPER HAMILTON COUNTYFLORID Setts can obtain all necessary information by letter. Shop where he will have have done all kind.of Sheriff JeSmon Couaty.
    '.jff: Notice. He will warrant, in eveiv instance satisfaction and Plantation work Horse shoeing and Carriagework i in September 15,1855.
    'Auctioneer; i WILL practice in all the CWte of the Middle prices to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when called the very best manner aadiwith promptness. ..and dis ,1'1-U:
    j I\;!. k"X CL persons having demands againt the Estate of in Columbia and Alacbua 'ia the East- for patch. 'Hides -

    A. James.M. Harris late of Gadsden County, deceased ern Circuit and in the adjoining Counties of Georgia. November
    .-\ : Commission Merchant and Cotton Broker, June 24. 1854. 25 5, 1863.; <44
    :::j ,will take notice that they mast preeeet them Ma. b 2-1. 1855. tf 12 WANTED ia any Quantity, for which the %beat

    t- .V* tLeuodersurood,duly authenticated within the time TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, .RI R. N. GARDNER, Wines, Syrups, Ac. price wilt.be paid in cash*or frroeeries.BROOMI .

    .' prescribed by law or this notice will be pleid in barr IS now prepared to attend to all kinds of sales. Real A. PERRY AMAKER, services to the citizens I Otard Brandy Worcestershire Sauce. 't BZDL
    : .
    r i 'tjheir recovery; aid all persons indebted to said estate Estate.: Negroes Oott o. Furniture, tc, also the ATTT AT.UW. O'FFEJIS'his professional aud surrounding Office OLD' t, Fresh Lobster, SepUmber U, lU5. 17
    1 are hereby notified to make immediate payment hiring of Negroes by private and public1 sale. His the 'MadeiraShaL''. : '
    ;1t' to the nuderttaed H. M. HARRIS. Adm'z. friend 'Will please take due notice thereof and govern TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Septemb4rt-29.Parsonage.'1-855. 39 Sherry,, Clams, Most .Approed'C.r. Hill, lB.V' .
    21 1853.
    May ,
    .; .i: 'Oetofcer *, tm.- 40SwI themselves &. rdingly. 20 London Porter Halibut
    -k OF the most approved LAN1EB COJULLS.ror ?
    :".fi.---. Auction days-Wednesday and SatertJay 1. :. D. P. HOLLAND, Hides Wanted. Scotch Ale Sardbes 100 sale by .be Sl eri'br. These
    .. :: October 7'liU. 43
    :: 7t ATTORNEY AND Brandy Peaches; .Tomato Ketchup, Mill have been for in this
    COUNSELLOR AT LAW, HIDES some time use through region -
    ,BEEF Wanted for which the
    ; TUNNO'S LINE. "
    ; W.K. 5000 Brandy Cberiios'Walnut and lower of and satisfaction -
    part Georgia; give perfect.
    ..ft.r.: .-.rruE_ Packet Brig*Time*," bortly expecE R. H. BERRY Qoiney, Florida, highest .pncg jbe. paId Also Deer Guava Jelly,. Spices ,grinding with eaee 40 boaleb and the.rise

    : .J. ted to trrhWi.U. sail early in NovemorFwijrhiat WILL practice in tbe Courte of the Middle Cir and Otter skins. AVID 'Cl:WILSON. Currant do. PiCkles.Prese"ed in the day witbjeae than the ordinary gin power applied -

    :1. ,t'I t Passage, *PPj7to Auctioneer and Commission and Jackson and Franklin Counties. Tallahassee, ', September S9rl8&5. 39' Qjnnee*, .Raspberry Syrup to it. ,Tbskfuxniab.sbandtopntitup i ;

    :'j'i;' .4.HoNAUGnT.OIWOND MERCHANT. October 23, 1852. 42 tf Blacksmfttting PdA, Strawberry and every warranted to give, perfect ..tWae.'

    Newport October 13,1855., 41tkZ to ,Livery Ginger, >Lemoo'.NSparkling' Call and assume them at IX LADD/8.
    ; ,. my .
    : : T.u. .UA"P Fla, Sept.29, 1855. 89 WILLIAM SCOTT ATTACHED '
    Blacksmith Shop Gelatine Gioger April SI.: 1833. : 1ft:
    : 1hceiTetL ATTO&fcSlEY AT. LAW _ iu which all kinds of w61'k.aper.. Flavoring Extracts Pine Apple "

    t. .,. ,." .. 8. KNIGHT, taming to that business is done in good style, at short Spanish Olives, SaladXhl.. C,a1Tiage*;, 'Bngglesr'and; .;Haraess,
    f.' ... .. ".4frTvi.: ',7t FfrfrtrnsNeio.QrZeanz,: :: AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION' MERCHANT: MONTICELLO, FLA. notice, and on as reasonable terms as-at any other English Mustard, Capers, *

    it ..: ;AHGES,' Lemoo. Pint' /Jppie, Ooiva.aod JulylM.: 1853. 80 t 1 jan shop in the city.; Farming implement, Inch (.Turn Claret, -1 'bperklaig.Cider, .Fs*l 1. .. 1r"

    ; .U: .Qmv&Jellke Pronee,Pear;Safdiaev pie k. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Oils, White Lead Ac. Ploughs Scooters Rods devices Heel Pins, Tap .Tobacco. < Olil.Po Juice m .= .UM netntd&1' .

    ".,:.t.?: vUd1. Oyster*,. Brandy Peaches Preferred Lemons 'September, 1886, 05 100Glass dowi Rings and Iron Wedges kept ready made and con-, IH&uaSegars; fy. D. 4'I1S-, ..-: ':.L,7ry ,large" jM- t Civiatsw ,.
    \ .PiM Apple and Ginger Green Oage Mar. Glass assorted size, 100 stonily on band. This,will afford .(armies ,an oppor. ..Novernbez11,84'A 1 I.. ..' II' BbgoJ..agd e 'wbkhfor 'fa. ..
    : :La--.$J1'CP"..BpbTtrawberiy (Notice. White'Lead' ,.pure, extra & No. 1. tunity supply themselves without'being delayed. sale < the meet rtMooable term .

    ., '410. Pine Apple do;yodX Bfer *&4,RiHipb rry T4net7ErW18ilmoO.Lobstef 8 barreleXiaseed Oil, P.tB.'BROKAW.January -qptheramp,7Lce. NOTemberl-I1M. ,- 44t
    'J ANIN out the 1 interest f B. F. I 4i .
    mT (bought e Byrd in 5 Lard Oil -
    "l HaddeekvHalbbat and JjL mercaotuV 13,1$55. 3.1 i und 'bYe this day entered into a eo.artnefah ;.:' .. ., .,L j, I -. r1-r :.
    the btiainert at: ieotrevill. slid all i ,20 Kegs Zinc Paint, THE | e
    R t.'p .&d.*. ,J.aeorted.-Pi,Seoten Jfle athP.rter.oQ9Huz1guLCJgars. the account aod,notes,due the.latejSnn"or Byrd and 20 packages re-p'roof.Paint. (bll and i bolt) $P tfc n; zJOt.'IWH&ISAIEAND DE. HUES .,.. :;BASE ; pos

    1': : h--'I' ''I I, Combs, we'respectrully 'solieJt a-'continnance of the '.. '.2 barrel Train Oil. 1 bbL Copal,Varnish, : STORING AND SHIPPING. BUSINESSAT 1111. t RETAIL uia' noia 'ua'TJtD TQ TXX trraa.ai N

    *. ":'fl. ; g-J- D. H. AMES. patronage Jieretofore so liberally awarded to the late Spirits Turpentine in barrels and At retalL ?' KEWrOJBfK. "'I' : .Sl. : 'r..q.&Rl''dW. cacftaY'p.
    1. (
    ., 'j -J $ -....tJU..tl. firm.i< .J1 J I'r r D. H. AMES. D-:2i'DlG, l.- .,'" ,
    r PHE carrieeeo the above business -' i.i.J.t.l'.t" '
    .. undersigned
    Ji:: ; .i. < ; .' We are determined to sell our geods as.low. II they November, 1854. 45 ?', JL in-aU ita brandies, -Buildings well calculated for "'oJ'iWW ( J ti '.. .. 't :; ith Dr M.'Kajfcibxanei5atryeft irftUce.t.
    : 1rytthi NaI1a can be purcbaa.dinTiUahigee.i'bomuv1leor! -4r'.r ** in i *
    Urdina MAXWELL. '
    ; any BARNARD &
    ; ; T -
    "4r' despatch .r -J), LADD.
    & :
    -'. where ehet'WeJpvit rf &ci -- yi
    r. "* qdShovels .
    :, ; l pwkL. .esewbere., I .. ". person having claim and demands against Newport, September ,:J8$4r, ,,< 85 px ill't'lP id *totee their '- LaT s- -
    I U. .if : 't. .v a
    y iit.; "': .i '. 1 f.'c't. 'A1tCO. \ I ct< f2. estate of George"W,"Uastio, deceased,,fete MdiNA''I& CO. ; friends and ipHt&ra mt the old.itendUi XA1t4tZ -
    I .w. 'f iX r1 tb y.. --z.. J.-III.I Augosl !' r. .. -4 J r II, J ofOadaden Conntjrr'iare efebt notiad tb'prtslnt' .I or E.BaniardJritgn athiMd.iior.ner .
    '"" them to the undenigmd.atfminwtnlahduh-'aqthanti': Dealers in D4totxicj: &d. ot MonroaudCThiton ifrt'ware
    C.Q ._ B_u. .JNRIJbe, are IBcI i4Beax.ei. cated, within the time prescribrd/W jKw th4t .k'a'lfgJ),Meiu1raiietthetttif artS4
    Qlil the.
    or noire -
    ,1 ._ f'tl 'i Lr1' "'t'2'MI( 1." pI'ie. d -iU e I .ed inbar'f 1&tJt 'J' all WOULD oo band'frt sg4sertrneptofiuci, &Dd .p _1 lheir fine of bosineu and *solicit. :
    \* their friendaiadrfv"ir -"/ .!
    wet.rewr.rk. t i. fD4fmes and Iiees-j/ln. oub' r'in e*"' t r ited to makapaymeiitWmealatdf,4 article a* are gene4ly.kopja tjHW line of,business, lOaqt..Iof 'I
    9' -
    ) I fIW 1 -B-BARNARD..J.i RLPOL4.t* a.
    dgE tdr i6: "O f'DGINNl8S t tI i i.UJ
    ) ',0- and will be rewisgvrgqlirlT frehr,uj>pji taThey
    "'! j l1b.'U1latt. tfcaiiuiuti 4XM'ELL.February .
    8e ) mber tt'18! vist\ $ 'J1.T ,.. ALLISON AdmV.. ? 'Ii
    ; be.reaeaabla .
    I ., terms shall >.f.f.t 'T t 'tr
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    -.JTE .i. l'v..l Court. ;. ." 4"i iit'q Ii r. M' '.L.FtHE8sz. .f9..1 hili 1 .

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    .ot'th >: .= :.by-affld vh filed) 4rithUMB tor4V40b nn of the estate of G.ri .a lETElf-- LORILLARD )tI. '. ii ;., f'trt1!' ,'nrr IIt'J1tM.ut'1,,d' ::4'. ii h'jllJL
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    cui' ReuetthlJlD. '. h .. an'tOBAOo .
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