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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: November 17, 1855
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
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VOLUME XXII. LE1rLtCOL t, J.\1 yOYilIEBER 17 ..t.'j' ,

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; U: .iI.iZWI.TiJJ3 {;O., A 'I'alcntlmuproveit.Florence I I nut suddenly he -was stricken doand'C. \n accept--j.-r ingil, the wife"I smiled-"Sec was the the rheumatism.reply, "very' exposition Napoleon dipped gives tempUted frequently been robbing concealed that house in the and, neigh.bad
said she willing ono
hum tho earth, leaving, a thlow how Julltllftnt': I nm
passed :
COMMERCE & EXi the man's hand which borhood lor that but no opportu.
; CORNER OK iknowledy that these gloves, these a picco or gold Into purpose
.' CHANGE STS., IN NEW / Myrtle wn* n young lady who undt\\o daughters almost brukcn-ltarteil to \ cousin who eemed lo act like ft Warm embrocation nity had offered until that day wben )lying .
HUILD1NGS- had resided nearly all her life in a city.l Mot by no loss. Trouble* docs not |wajcomn '-< lai'ouj gloves, belong lo my Ibo muscle the veteran'sace. concealed in the wood, they saw the
': ill rigid
and had alune. Ko it pioved in thucas"' leil, ihem to a.ii i.t mo in taking revengeUfUii relaxing
lUOhU -Alnlmmn. were wealthy expended to church.
.: ( parents Judjjo and his family going
and ha routft ,
ivl'tbem -
deal ol l hum education. ion, the i seltlcmonl of Mr. )I'fll'till' / you; gi to me
/ Agents for Peter Mclntyre's Spinning n great money on HI shall timid Tho body of the dead Tory was taken
\ Machines, Mills, Corn Shiltcrs, and Alter Florence l left school, sho imagined,, sill ess, nothing remained for his unity.livery ( ill lind.noporo slippers you, : JbfmHlhl the$ Homestead; and buried by the sexton of the church as '

Coleman'a Lndulalory Mills like< a great many persons ol her age, that I one had supposed bun rich; Jut m fu more ghirvtt"71ie lH'. The ,J tulle's Dttughtcr.AS : ho bud no relations In that vicinity.

I 1 Importers and Dealers in Foreign and she was to have nothing moro( to do but closing up his esta IC, Ins I exi'cntoriicov. f2ilj; the J/J"dvlJia.t-\, Ac. i.M-inr.Mi': :: or TUB REVOLUTION.: : Alter an absence of two hours or there.

,j Domestic enjoy herself; and a gay life she led of( it vied Uiai be was not, really wonh ajinglc' ,than oj"John. IlmI'Jlpla.cluulhurll/ / cor- In the summer' of 1770, during ono of about, the negroes returned .bating succeeded .

Hardware anti (or 1'car or two, ihou h il is but tho dollar IhollrloRt periods of the Revolution iu capturing Finley and one vl iba
: CtiUIcry,
f, lIAR I IRON MILL 1 HOCKs, TIN PLATE, truth to say, she did not find as much realpleasure lluro was soirow, indeed; (or tinliULMI.IO csondenl| ol'lho Homo Journal konds it struggles, iu the then small village of-S strangers, who wero that night confined

NAILS, GUNS, &c. &c. in halls, parties, concerts the opera ; quickly' i.i (tlio loolstops ol allljli it) the (folio' in,' interesting sketch: -iu I'euiuylvanui, !Jived V-, one and in Iho morning at earnest solicitation

OFFER I'ORSALE, at low prices and and other fashionable amusements The heart ol the mother when tl4nounceinent amj During the timinorol 1851 I had some (it l (lie firmest and (most Patriots within ol Juogo V--, liberated on the promise

ternis a most e.uensuc she had anticipated. came to her, sank in depai business tratiHctions which called mo to the limits of the "Ou TIIIUTRKN:: ," and 'ol amending their lives. It was in the

assortment of GOUUSm, their line, all ol One summer she went into the country' She had no ro&ouiccs in hciscll :\,' I he county ol fharlutle, In I lower l \'irgin.ma. turd ) m (he confidence of( Washington.ik .- month of October ol the same year that

which have been recently received dlrecL to spend fivo or six weeks, during,\ the which to meet this new, aspect of u'ni; A milil nJJovuly/ S.ililj.uh: morningiuii'1 I most\ men ul his time and substance Cutbarina V-- was sitting by aa upper

1, from Foreign and Domestic ports.Their warm season, with an aunt who lived fUry and yet something must,; be doiJ Idnitlo l' '' mo'swnl\moof the comlortably ho had Furnished himself with arm and window in her father's' house knillingi,

slock: will be continually and replenished miles away |'rom tho city where she dwelt that was len them was fast wiaig I;; cushioned pAvi of villagd church al tho amunition ulTicient to arm tho nulas of though autumn tho weather was mild, and '

felsls'm i during'pkit of iho'. season, now COOp Tho tl'giorr": country in which this aunt away. I coutIhousef) As it wftinbd'a'lew tniOUle.to his lI llllJld.! These consisted of himself the window was hoisted about throe

:1'400" \ tons SWEDll IRON, assorted\ all resided, was romantic and beautiful. In this emergency, Floreucn catmfjn-, the huuror'serVico my eyes wanderedver three sons and about twenty five no- inches. About sixty or seventy fest (rum

blzes. High mountains also roso not far away fidently forward and said, tho la go and respectable looking au- ;roe*. The female part! ol his household the bouo was a. barn a huge old-faihioned

I 300. tons Swedish broad Plough Iron,. G and a, quiet river flowed within a short '1 can do something mother.' dif'nc" ass nibled and was finally atlractd cuiuistnd ol bis wife, onetLiughter\: (Oath edifice, will upper and lower folding

to 12 1\ches'wtde. distance of tha. pleasant dwelling in 'You, my child? what can you d?- by a ver eccentric Individual who was urine about eighteen yeais of age, the doors and accidunlly casting her eye to.

300 tons'Knglish Iron, all sizes. which Florence found a temporary home. inquired Mrs. Myrtle, in a \ery du\\lul just eriiernif-a rather aged man, tall, ol heroine ol our tale, and several sluvos. ward the burn, she saw a small door (on
:auO tons rchned English and AmericanIron. For few the girl enjoyed In the totiond of hit dwelling house, and tho
a days young voice. Aik compUxloti, long white hair waving: u>ry I a range: with the front door

40JO) bundles Square, Hand, Round, Scrol,, the change. The greater part of her lime 'I can teach drawing and painliig mdI leniihilly, 'h'Vr his shoulders, and an mmedutely over the the front door, was window which slut was silling) open and

Horse1 Shoe Nail Rods, Hoop, Octagon she spent out of doors, wandering: about I can lake (umatures. j equally venurVblo beard! !flowing on hit a small loom, called the armory, III u number of men enter. Tho 1 1of occurrences

Iron, all sizes. the fields, climbing among the rocks, and Tho mother luokyd with ft Iceigu1': >re&st. Ills \uj' was active and graceful, winch the arms wero, deposited, and always thus summer immediately. presented

5 tons ploui\loulds:,: \\alUitigbylhe river side. In all these wonder, into the unim.ilcd face >if 'ier his loun erect and Immai,ly. Itul his pecu. kept ready for immediato, use.- itself' ) ber mind, and ibo fact that her

5UO bundles,uud Sheets llojjer and Sheet rambles, Rover the faithful watch-dog, daughter, while! a faint gleam i f lihtcamu ; liar actions "uMro in sinking contract to ,\bouillie tiuio at which wo introduce our lather and thins other males ol( the family

Iron. was her constant companion. They had into her mind. /t I hilt digmlied( pearunce., At tim si I thought story, ibo neighborhood 1.11'onr( village:; were at work in ft field some distance

2UO tons Hollow Ware, Pots, Spiders, made friends on the first day of her arrival Florence nm in earnest. S.eo> act him only ,ecoMitric, but a law, inomeimf was much annojod) by the t nocturii.il from! tbe house, led bur to suspect that

Ovens GUI, Dogs Gear,and&.c.Grist Mill Irons, and now they wcio inseparable visit to (the country, sho had eialoycc\ .a further obdunution proved to mo that hewas irowluig and ddpredations of numerous opportunity had been improved probably

:XM set made* to order. companions whenever Florence went a- largo poition of her lime in rawung insane.' (Torien.Il i by seine of Van Zant's friends, to plunder

IUD ser Saw Mill Irons. broad. and painting because sho took flight hi Immedialey1''on entering tho pew he was on a calm, bright Sabbath: alter- and revenge lila death. Concealing baroil' .

1000 pair ltlOpu: :: Kuln and French,..BurriMlll But by the time a week had elapsed,, it, and she was now competent to giro knelt down owards the witH:!, crotsidimsolf loon III the ul'oiua.ud suuunor, when JudgeV. behind ibo curtain, Ibo narrowly

ikucks::, i'-i lo 54 inches diamu- Floicnco grew weary. Everything was instructions in the art. As fie oiler mid, apparently, repeated a pray and! his liinuly with the exception vI'his watched their movements. She saw a

ter. so dull compared to the city t I means ollurud, she soon onlere/upon lie' or He lhonsm down, drew out a while daughter!: Catlmnnu I and an old inli.xiosed man's head slowly rising above the door

OUO Nova Scotia blue grit Grindstones. "Oh dear!! I wish there was something tusk ol piocunng pupils aiong ItInends l ambnc, tie I tale ly pcrlumud, wiped his | fumalo slave, were attending and rocunuoiieriug the premises; it was

OOOJ kegs Fall Rl 'erCui Nails and Spikes* that I could do!" sighed the young lady, in which she was very(/uccesst 1.1.Ueloie brow, removld his\ gloves, stroked his .service III the village church. Not nuoath I Finley1 Tlieir object was now evident.

ol superior quality.Horse Nails 'G' U to one morning, as she sat looking from the \ a year went by sho h/1/I as ma y hair and beaij, took. up hU IJibk-, kissed' I disturbed the serenity of the at. Uomg; io ibo armory sb"solecied a. well

150 bagsUui1lin'lud.50UO ::! window.i schoUis, it wuru possiblu fa her to 4. il and read, uammud Ins cane used hislandkerchiof tIlo l'bore-' nol u sound profaned tIme sa.. loaded! musket!: and resumed her placo at

puir Patent Horse Shoes. "What can you dot"! asked her aunt. tend to, and was m the leceii ot a sUI\\ hgain and' all I (ho' llmueepmg cred btillnes of tho day, tbo time. wore ibo window.! Kneeling upon the floor( she

40UG dozen Cast Steel, German Steel and 'Or what would you: like to do?" dent income to support her//nutuor aid i huiMflt'I t 'in i Con I taul toot io ml. 1 1StLY dangerous:': and l Catharine herself and laid. this weapon upon the window sill beiweun .

and Iron Hoes, made to order. "I 1 wish I had a piano here." sister handsomely. [How uanklul/ MM all the Uu II, bul occasionally he was! the old lumule: slave lemaiued in the tho curtains, and taking deliberate

.: 400 dozen American: Patent Hoes, made "1 wish 1 had child returned tho aunt the excellent girl that she kd i improved (,uasivo for a lew minutes-hU attention tiouso until the return of tbo family from aim i sbo fired. What effect sho had produced 4

to order. kindly, you are fond of music no doubt." the talent received Irom IleJveu, insie.id, P|>.irently aroused by suture truth from, church. A rap was heard. } at Ibo front slut knew not but saw severalmou

100 casks Ox, Log, Coil and Well Cha l''!. "Oh, very fond! I practice "an hour or, ot burying iu the earth as great uiaiij, ho minister-bul Ihesu limes 'were tare door. "Surely," said (Ju'ltmiino to the hurrying out of iho? bane by the( same

1U.UOO (pair' Truce Chains, all sizes. two every day, when 1 nm at home." do. I ills countenaice assumed nil kinds ol'ixiresaioiis. slave, "ibo lamily hixyo: not come home; door boy bad entered. The report

JUDO( dozen and Collins Axes., Harifoid, bunmoue "Have you ever taken lessons in draw. Lo( young persons emL C6. all tho op.pOllUnllle.s C'ouiempl' iilaim, pleasure, church caniiol bi ilii'mlined.\ 'The rap' brought,; her lather( and his workmen. the I IhUUd"

100 sets I'atfiH oilier Chain Pumps and fix ing?" ( that oiler (for dm ing knowledge etrnusiiiess, sorrow and anger, 'Milted was continued. "I 1 1vilL *o" who il t is said e, and on going to the burn, the,dead.

turc::!. "Oh,, yes. My!\ teacher said 1 was one ; or skill in any puuftiil tom which asross it m rapid succession. It reminded Cuibarino, as she ran! up stairs into ihe body of Finley lay ou thefluor. \ ';

1000 coils and dozen Cotton and Manilla of his most promising scholars, and urged they may bo gilted by nJuru, fur notlx- noO i mote of *kat children call "m.lkmg. urmury, On opening. lho( window, and Catharine. V, afuerwardi' married

Hope and Plough: Lines.:: me very much to cultivate tho talent which ing is ever learned, that sine lime in life[ 1<'Je.." than W1l\bill: III.".. looking down) sho saw U men standingal a captain of tbo (Continental army and sue

'JTintter'n Goods. he said I possessed." inure is nol occasion to ue.Cloves Alter the services were over. I nscoralied llio irout d<)ortAh'JJ :'llio\ unposilo! tide slut| lives thin, honored mother ol a

(000; boxes:: Tin Plate' Charcoal Brand, i 'Oh,, then you have a talent for raw. that this ciilloman was no olhci ol the street{, three of whom she' knew tiumeryua and respectable.. line of de conJunia. .

'lin Plate. 14 20 ing." "- ; 'Simpers.TraiihUteJ >> bin the iiophov, of jolm, I Ranp: pli, ands wero Tories who formerly resided in the ( 'I 1lall old bouio U also lu( the land
230:> boxes:: Leaded Roofing Plate X "I believe Their names wero Vat' Zunt, boon\ the scone of
charcoal brand. so. : fur llio Exyriiit from the Cour. pole heir lo hi, celebrated uncle llanlolph \- village. ul Uio living. ..iidjias, ,
'Mi 100() rolls:: Iron Kettle\\ ire Cars.: "Did you ever sketch from nitureV'/ [ tier des Etato huh".) Uiiiisoft, i ifuuukvd with !biuarnes Finloy' and Stieldonj \\hu other t thjeo mauy prauk of ibo writer of this tale" 'In.
gross Tin Sheet 'A little." his last : that their blood were strangers, but .his lu\J"reLi"\ To of mischievous boyhood.
Sheet Zinc, Pig Lead, Banca A little incident has tcenlly enlivened diimg .Jayi, the boy day
"
Iron, Shtut: lliiui. Copper and brass Wire, %'iih success? tliwod in (he veujs ol but ono single scion, believe tbiiin to bo of the sumo political
Rivets, Shears, Tin Ware, a general and 'So those who saw the sketches have Parisian Society. It is of no consequence aid ho was don// dumb and huuno. tia d\o1llll'| fro'm ibo company in which she A IJcUUtlfUl nUll TlUlllfUlKxtruut.
said." tell whether the heroine was found ihem. .
various a soi uneni. to torch fur hUlllun roaln"8S. Thu subject

CWtlcry. "Then you need be at no loss for some. French or :SpaimliH:; ; it not suffice- that ol ibis skoipli,-tilihough. physically uiutu Van /an'l.waSf a notorious character, We clip the following beautiful and

10,000 dozen KMVLsand:: FORKS of all thing:,: to do while you remain here. Na she is and prety1 v mentally difeclivo-hud a mind cui. and the number and Oie) enormity ol l hi* trulhlul extract from an exchange the ;
kinds. this oh\ of her young) hud! rendered his mime iiiftunou
tare in region, puts some crimes
Iu his
COOO dozen Pocket Knives, I, 2, 3, 4 and most attract \1I foims. A hundred sketches This heroine had.. hu.band, and thin ll'filed uuih/ bu to wu thu sail:Ugliest lo Paris, degree., where, under in that vicinity. Not a murder, or'a rolf. name of'which has escaped our memory.

15 blades. embracing every variety of beautiful l husband, being of ajoyous temperament, )thus ol celebrated abbe hu fiery Will committed withiti. miles ol :t5:.- Let it be considered well. It i. lull of
Scissors. pioluclion a
and
t 1000 do. Shears 'Butcher's Rod- scenery, can be made within a quarter was indifferent 'to toothing that could u tboruigli education. Having thai he did nol gol the credit planning:,: solemn fuels, which: should be considered
300 do. Razors, revived
him. It fis) and shall
&gers',' &c.Butcher's' ofa mile within the spot where we now amuse was right you I thu capacity lo receive, and the wealth or executing. fun characters vtF'int.sytimid profoundly by every devotee of republican
hew he exercisJd that right.
see alto stained with
b.ldonVero, deeply
< UreuU and Shoe Knives. are. tu command, iu pains wore spared in And we would do weli to'profit
that
JL'istols. her said this the countenance Ono day last Veek, it happened but Van Znt wa a minister spirit liberty '
\ Guns, Jellies and As aunt this impiovemetlol his intellectual .laculic ciime, ',
.
his wile in managiig about her chamber, of such its warnings if wo would save our
7UJ Double Barrel Uuns. of Florence brightend with interest. : *. hut it wf labor lost; fur on 10- in iiii iulty.!' Tho appearanco 1) by '
do. '"If I had some pencils found among heijetThcts( a pair of band under from thin fate of every other lie-
3UO: Single only brought up uiniug.Iu, Iu his bnne iu Virginia, he mel character*1 "ucIJ. cI1cuimtaticei! country
1550 Double Triggered Rifles, including' aNd paper!" some "slippers. slippers were ef' while will,and lovudji young lady whom buudjruaiod inuiti( h'uvb bu'ei'i! truly( alu'riniiig to a'young:; public ancient or modern '
Wesson' celebrated: make. "These can bo readily procured at latin. Ti I I ol Catharine's agUe Jf not to any unalterable.
lady Il Is
butwai reluaed account
on Tbo u secure. _
300: Pair Pistols, Revolver and Single send Thomas for' "Good," he-, "there is to be a old. but Calhiunie V- pad
the village. I will. ol lime pbyhical defects. On becoming' lady young,; or Tbe seal. of eternity l Ii.. upon it. The
3000 'Sloop's llol rrel.'{ 'Ruggres, Nourse and Ma lUeru.! ,, ball this evening! 1 and wilt tried wear thorn ihem. -' uuure ol Iho.trth. | bo was plunged,; m ibunul l pUdleuud her 'fatbor. tlJlt| !'ri(il--"dl'iH( :; | ( ( of the wudom which It has. displayed cannot bo
said She took them jut on.- '" the
"Do if Florence ValiJ Zit: was standing on
aunt please
aud you from bo lime bo debased by
sou's, and other cast wrought small and her ted pljfuundlf'icl, which wad obscured; neither cab they
didn't I The[ slippers wire too thec.luorvhlI" his .
with animation. "Why blepkmiocknig ul cuto.tamttomrs The
Iron Ploughs' aroused but human Infirmity.
I ',..' at laSt --tusaiie. uuiiiun lolly 'or
150 Siaclaii'a,1 Green's and other think of this before? Yet, indeed! There would nol go inj) them. 'made his lie had coiudarabltf: woallli,, is man. were talking: In a whltpor oil thaopposilH luturo ii that which may well awaken. the
Straw Cullers. are a hundred points from which beautiful iMuanwhllo lie husband ap. harmfu side oflbo sileul.1s lor the virtue
bulb
his
( aged by Irl.d'j; and being mol earned solicitude,
200 Alcluly:re's and other Ct rn Shellers ,views may be taken" peara nce. / and is Judge V--,at home?" asked Van
and ba "lour Uepublic.
comes ous as pleases and! lbs
;jUt" Yard 'tilld Railroad ll r'rowtI. farm hand Immediate. "Whose are/these/ dippers? demanded 10 | ho saw Catbarine at the win. permanence
Thomas, a was Xaut. when: Ibnir rise,
Wrecked
rutibud iu ill wbim as Tbe of olber Uepublic,
and Road Scrapers. her fool into the white gr a 11\.1\ 1 I me
Cultivator wile
the "
and in duo pushing "
ly dispatched to the village, dow above.: aud their fall
300 Sets BlucksmmhTool.: : < us miid; is lo.still l commands ..rel'tlcjalill ; their progro.., their decline
\ "
returned with drawing and satin. / "Ho;; u not said sb'e. ,,
lime
,
paper '
300( do. Carpenters'/fools. The looked down and became his peculiar 'mahiier do not utlraC\ aro wniioti$ but lUll legibly ou 'I'aid01|
150 do. 'lifluerst'tool.j, pencils, wben Florence started forth ac. husband the attentIon o1' hi. acquaintances, 'or exciin "Wo ri'tuiiuusi, proastng Import; II indeed they wore nol coil.
tiuiory
and her red, and a >elees fellow! hthi'1w' and ir opeu'iho uVmi,
Rover aunt saw rui .
ools.tJ cumpanied by unco IOU
hoe lakers startling frag.muni
100 do. ::) murrimcnlas one would kUppuso.i' uiiuaily before u* In- Ue
() dm..IroaAzle 1.t'rees. nothing more of her (or hours. When These simpers! they belong to you, .' "wo will walk IiI' till bo, tetiirn*," ulbVall > .
ol their *
'. \ 1t, ; ruin
l irs'. she back, she had an acuruie he replied a once. Xan'i.
.( ; came opposite and perished by
KQiillemen have
perished,
'Win. Row1an4'saud 'Uoes"-C.- S. 1\Iill sketch to show of l the finest vitws in tbe "10 mel ilon'l: yon seel I cannot eel 19l1oranc'l'wu the addresiif i '.oI" said Catharine "when ha wont They baud. l'roperily euarvated !
one inquired their
/r uWU
meeting
;Cnt Saws. them 00'1"! I politics do' directions not .
Cross Tho was left
aud ; neighborhood. drawing remarkably when the other to church particular( debased. them' and
Pit Saws, Circular8 Back Compass well made, and the whole ef.feel To find Clippers and then nol to be koine political celebrity, I 10 [buvo this door opened until bo and his tbem, currupliou cwisUinnii&tetltheir!

and other baws. .. f co true to nature that her aunt could able to wear them-what u great duap.Mjiutmeni ndigianily:,: uniwered: lamil/ returned. You", bud I better' call II venal populace boon
Treea.Carl Sprta** Pipe' .61 1 am to sir, that I aiD destruction. They have sometime
I run 'Axle ; |laKe .. when she aw it. [" !f prout say when. church I I. dimiied."
not help exclaiming
liberties by
IIO&S; &ci: wh .. ignoiai of il. cheated out ol their
feet have swelletso < ly .
'It "
i i. because
wlU
Florence, pleated and encouraged, your \ "No I'll'not returned bo, "wo
with and withoutfly betrayed
sometime
300 Steel Corn Mills, "Ou of ignorance-, servile
continued the husband, dance sumuch. you are proud your demagogue;
and inado "you
the nevCr.
next day,
.\yheet went out again ebl .ir1" :nter now or fnio u suireudor of them by (1&Is"III.LtlOII.
400 dozen Coffee Mills. another tkelch, which her aunt pronounced "ll11pulliLlo," erred she, "you cannot the
*Y. 'ami"! replied tbe behigeremitgimlituimiati have disregarded .
Goods.hueet The wife rejoined, but the hu.batu s They
GUI irftoinitfactiirer's finer than the firet. edtt't: until'o rsturns. .
best statesmen
nrl" ol their
"and wbal iben voice '
Uutt Hinges.: A new pleasure had opened upon the would not relinquish the point and then u "Open thus door," cried be, "or wewill wuruiug from
: driven
Cast Steel Bcrewi, and
"Oh only
noibiiig
tulhiimg sir, ; you and peuecuied
LimuuAugerthms, Uru..olt, tC.floittie ., & -. young, gul. The delight bbs fell in mok. the blippcr* wel.l flying away out the win. lhai's break it down, and buru you arid the having have
/hays a great deal .lo b. proud ol', otlice their best Iriend They
Gootls.tC.A from the luoi dow.; ho threw
sketches
her bo
.I'urllillld"g lUg sprung, iuue u)' logeibor. saying in its high abuse
Urge' asKortiueiii ol lirasa:: : Anuirou* 'that she possessed a natural talent lor Eight i days afterwards the husbandlooking ail. iiimis'etwrtta alt' the tor'ca lie "poiieoedaguind reverenced power more ,lo its
'bau
iiioveuieuts,
stylish patients. I drawing; and in exercising it, under for a pair of &glove, found *ome A I'arslutter( give. tho (ollo iugo pillc the door( at"tb. seine lime calling. amid summary constitutional "'Theyhave
Shovel and Tongs, such new and! advantageous 'which bo waniud to wear; ha slipped in'a hIs companI6n to ililt him.' Tbedour calm and energy.
cilcum'l ( iiit, llijenceTbe :-.-- upon rendered tt diction>> what belonged
Iron Fenders, Nursery Fenders. stances, she turprued even linger, he tlippud iu I two, but lie .glove however, resisted lueir efforts."Do sut
Jamb Hooks,' Brass, Wire and pierced. wbal she accomplished.", I would nol go OH. Moreover luo glove I lvupres has of late shown berssll not that again," said Cath. io the couulry. t'atroiiage and! party, Ibe
l'ukerliStnk/ and Chab'ag Duties.tMeel tbaa has been tb. attempt leader and tbe disconioiii.
ol! ,
her bad been worn. i; micb more m' public triumph a
Time no longer hung heavy on 41 "or are ti dead man, at the
anno you .
Fire Irons, in fancy patterns. the Th husband frowned. cute sisce the report of her interskimgdiiiiatloo of u day, liars outweighed all solid i'ditle
of
bards and the city were the window a
'J'm: Hare. pleasures limo jisOAeiitiiigirutri
of same
A General Aitorlment be considered! f ci. | of uYurmuo .' I iSuch
"lib, madame: what is lbi&? be do. has como lo a and. luslliullou ,
Forks insets almost bOfd"lnun' cocked.
Ivory liaudUxl Knives and forgulteu. heavy pistol, ready of the
91 pieces each, sad in dozens; Table When Florence returned borne, she mandod ol his wife on presenting LIuuuj 'Tb txcessivc anxiety to guard agaiiul I At Ibo ttght'of Ibl* formIdable weapon are lbs an.huac'ullelllllu.
before her with tLe gloves on ibo tip 01| disappointment ibis (irne. is likely lo de- LuU history of tbe republics! dowu lo our
Knives only. Tray; Waiters,' Nutmeg surprised tier tuiher wuu more thau adwZen Ilhu >,inion* ot Van Zaul, who pan mid
conn Grecian
torks Brass and Irwi Li. tlugert. leant*. ultjesCI.j Her Majesty is literally own. Let ibo history of( abe
U raters, Toasting tine drawing ol aoino ol the inojtLcduiilul ,; crowed ino'itruel dt'bf. call retreated."What .
bouud Psiltf Cedar aua Painted Tuts, aud romantic tceuery lo IMS 1'bu? It is a pair of gloves. said she being sinolbersd 'Wilb kinJu*. Wise. ," cried lb. 'leader, "you cow. Italian. ataiee warn u* wlour daugVC.tJt -
iiriuuia and British metal, Cod'ee Urns, coutcils seem now to prevail (for (be now the American youth never forget that
found He could LarUly believe al lint l, calmly. ard! Irlgbtonod at the threats of
are
Tea and Cream PolK, Candlesticks' Urid.. thai they weits the work wl .btsdaujbur. 1'arlhu I see that very well-bu take cairugo,, exerci**,.and again.: lessen and you bo throw blmielt vtoeuily ibllvot....* a noble iu "r Laaco.- Oougbl
,tteives /Saucepans, ttm: KetUtrs, lb. borne moJolug a girlt" again aud blood] ul'
irons, lo? III this Cbimps Klysees, the lulls ILiad, utl'oriug
'I. be ha t.ed sumuULedFloj whom ilu they belong lime door. Tbo by
pleasure expr weapon
'Reunugiou3Andiron.
friiamnelledWsre; generally, iu4 "To 1 ." at & (tal'' |pace 10 be great leligijtot against their nc:.,*ior*, and capable if wi..111m.)
lie apparcully Vau
tflgiU. ,
is and
.' aDd Cotiee l'o\t\ Finn Kettle:., elite; iu ue\\ wgaiu you 'for Ibe wa imiiiodiiiloly discharged;,; )f'traus.
and
Cruet frameiSpooa, bpmouu, Lau- Jc..ou iu dtAwiugi: uu4 aUu.in! "uaioliuj; ; "ludcuoj look you i IV Is miyui.iblo. lin the populace; yesterday /4Ul loll.Toe"eport l!) proved and 'laiibldlly guarded
terns, Crampiug Curliug, and Waffle lrou dud, Lciora lLv cud i>f year, pioduc, xJ me'(o get into ibcm." : first lima,during, al least, tbreo inootbi, bust ) wAIberuIl, rt 'church and 1.I1I1I1UIu their lateslepostertlyOstl this
atiouuhud all "\bl! "lien the gloves must beFougio Msjodyeutercd' lbs exhibition and wa lIub.tolullal l blessings uf talit, Ibo peaceful
*. 4. picture ,m vii colvr! that nato* a'nd female* atwmce iuihed. io a,
STO I'JJA' lASt Ineud Her noil iLrl wa.. iu uk- tbe same person wbit owned Iboni ..lip.psu. wheeled/ urouud m 1'uaceMbunt'a, .hair. curtain the Il.U.O. uujojmoul of lioutly, property,. religion',
300 Stores of various improved r vlUtcullecttbo 'crs'the umber lo thus principal objects tit attraction. She and ludepundnuoe '4 the slructar gas
Cooking lug iik"ue"e(; IU." tu this she also uebtfjtiud lij On looking toward' the 'ro ldence oi
; stsiJ. al hmsast lets niiouies Iu the Am rteuu been erected by architects ol cuasuinitas
patLems.4W '
waruMskl : day. flee
ede4 Lie expect- men
Parlor, Bedroom, Church and Tavern bu.b nd I1ftw into the depsjiuicAt, cud pis j fully look bold JUc.fo'l--; 'they 'perceived. kill and] odeiityt; arrangements aro
.. \ 1I0U.. It was. not. ton- before aLe LedpinturaIcvurysneuber } lbs ? a,1a k u.pr tuisuIn tJudge's 'lull speed to *bom- '....
veL' n. revolver' wbiefc U cbsiud mind. odrer it. feumlatiua;
ofCohi's of wisdom
vf full
;
; ul l tbllJ"la.1 wilo j..Uht.i i jab ICI .'hoartylautl. ulle others
r .ral
and gave
Wnh a"general: sstorimeal of all other "I 1 b.mVtrfouiMj ,lil'l'eu.YQ.ffind gloves l : lo a pike fur partie s to lDiiiuct.al tbeirJeuure. negroes! *pV solid< aud delooeee a.r $Impie oaule from
ol bj'r
)
tLoo wfiJi*' ol
gooo? belonging lo ibttr line.of basiaCA>, ),). a4ii to w la.JLdJc41111" Vbe Emperor. shtinly alter joined cb".1th, i 1 iutijf ar wkoeuu Itbu* been reared'foi& ,.ini.usurtht7. .
to an o which tuey iu,Ue the aiieniiouutHtuters bet aaeau.t Iritad.uuo. we are (ciu'iis.' l1d nci 'luttteicliiel wa. < v *Tlnj as
Blercbanis' and Meduuie. vi ii- ;\ (u llu life, are exempl (two Tue "iusbanal5pouted .for' twenti' .J I her ant; walked by bet side during tae .irbeckbutdgtofaid.; ," il ib* wwk of nun way
lUg this city aud offer for tale ai low lew.. worldly uiulortuuei.! 'iLey coiuo II' v elji boon, alter wbieb be a ked fur a treaty ,remitiiiderof tour ot t ia'peetioo. HU* AU rushed lug Ibe place! and upon their[ ..p /. to such a title. Il may uov.rltio.

1)t'sGbr>> 3J. b4-42-w a bit Hch as vtt lbs po I' > 'A fil lubittd in btuo .ilorpi, .cl ,Ip4. neglige ace vl'.. iuottly
Ibo good at oo the l>*d. Mr, Myths licel1Icer wife agreed to them. t out of( who "' Atb. llesUH'refatrfedltreiniiu enough vrrupib or
GO.SIIKN BUTfEttkBd IRISH PO ... W4P. 4 cloak of IvU. "i Q aUks defrayed the exoltb lace lo the Palace aakt' biro II bo (dUt4I koe|>..r.. Tu. jMtouU llojiaglics ere
bwUb1111 '
uLiinav: aii bauVlou COL
'
uI to avkuowJtJg: I
: JUiII' rweived Iud for saMe by "frvlt yVoitf'fB tit burnings ; \ ,
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created by the virtue, public piri(, and toll around tbs bou... So our Dei>Q .Iumet t Paelfie arrived{ Leu Ibl morning; oath* Key of the ante perhaps, about tome (trifling matter. fined Iwo doflarsr amid IDs merriment

intelligence of ibo citizen.. They fall says-he know. with dales 'from Liverpool, tb 3d inil. LINES You tell Idem It I I. wrong. If you can all\ present. Of

a when IbIS wise are banished from tbe I being one week later lban'lbi' brought' On the T< ith of Miss C. Wright, of Pen truly appeal lo them, whether they aver

public council, because they dare to be by tbe steamer, Asia. acola, a., who died Sept" 23d, 1852. ever heard an unkind word between fath PORT OF PENSACOLA:

hone!, and the profligate are ra wardedbecauie PJKNSACOLA.November From the Seat f f Wu*. er and mother, )our draision U slab
they (Utter the people ID order to Tbete I. nothing impitunl from Ibe Frail, t i orient! life how soon 'ti* past! tithed; bul il not, certain luckless remembrances A',,'Ivecl. -

betray them.A 17, 1855. ort ol war, except that ajrenvndous et In Lips hel !' meM it. before it ends Ihe III morning Ut, run; will be sure to undermine Brig Henry A. Ileagan, Dow, Buckitwrt[

"'Horrible neJlrluul N..tI .-There will citemeut existed in tbe aaiy, caused by Th!trice: *o ardently begun. it; il cannot be so very wrong to imitate .II Brig Zoraiter,' Drinkwcler., Cardenat,
Story.' -Several year be- a false rumor being reeiveJ that ibo father and mother. Parents should br Brig Roswell, Mathews, Aspinwall.
(fore tba French occupation of Constant, h. service in the Methodist Episcopal American minister' Mr. licdanan, bad WhiloVr the pallid form we "fend'! careful of their own conduit Brig John Alfred, Perry, Mobile.

t HI Algeria, amongst (be numerous mil Church on Thursday and Sabbath wren< demanded bi* p4i. .port* 11m the British Amir the sympathetic tear Schooner Marcy, Rider, Mobile
elector' with wbom the prisons overflow. Ing. ff each week beginning ai 7 o'clock. government. J W.l41 te can think this i is the end, The Duke de Roquelaire.-This nobleman Schoouer Conqaet, Jenkins, New Orle n,.

ed, were two, 'per on*' 'condemned to I Nu services (in the morning. Excitement in mglaiirt.1 Of nth and all we bold *o dear. wiser traveling, used a very mean Schooner Sloat, Masher, Mobile.

( r death-two brother* who were lo be ex- equipage, and dressed in a manner by no Schooner Major Bache, Cooper, OIYeloQ l .
Extraordinary excitem
O: The U. 6. Mail Steamer Florida, ,t existed in The ft that joy and peace revealed, Cleared.Schr. .
routed nit" 'days 'They were highway Capl. W, L. Cozzen. arrived here last England, which ainuunte to almost IIIanlc Hatloied: iu orb will move no more; means consonanl to bit rank. Passing Hornet, Mack, New Orleans
i' robber) ham tlringf& and'' cut' throat, l occasioned by the imor prevalent The sic* la endlo silence sealed, t through Lyons in this guise, beu.* observed Schr. Diamond, Bowen, New Orleans
wboM .courage' aud strength the in. .i ilufpriting night /from Key Weil. Among her pa. hat Mr. Buchanan. had (euiaucled bit lti.ole of harmony are o'er. by the Bishop of Ibe diocese, who Schr. West Florida, Harrison, New Orhsam

taita were related. Tbe U.),1 engers was lion. S. R. Mallory, Sena- paiaport, and a* a conseqvnce war With, was inflicted with an in,aliable appetite 'for .
sjbu and tho' to
Dot art me,
leafing luey would make their lot in from ibis bi would gone new. The iiisbop seeing a o I
i
i eacape, Congress Stale. country ensue. Extra wee Tie]' fatal stroke may seem leYrrPj; stranger (Jj- The friend of Major JOHN
ordered thou) lu be shackled together i aued by different in diflereit mean appearance, thought be had only a PUTNAM A
papei We rtuU not call thee back to 'be, of St. Augustine, are :
tbet4."! eacn one ol'idem had une 'loot t Louitiana Election.-The N. O. 01'111.' parts" of the kingdom, daing the noun, Enbfied again to trouble here. plebian lo deal with, and wishing t togranly ized lo announce bun all a candidate author.

riveted In the (.ame ring of tolid bun- Tuesday, say; out giving it a* a fact." &>> much impoi i his ruling passion, arrested the. Associate Justice of the Supreme I lor

No managed; i but| on.- know thai Tiy spirit to its Maker given, ordeied: hi* postilliou lo and the I n
every the election returns Sum low parishes excitement so great cautedby it, that Mr We fill for thee enlomb'd! slop, cu December next, to fill the vacancy
when 'the executioner preieuled himself, are lo be heard from, but fur all Buchanan telegraphed lo IJverpool to the' {! think mourn of tbee in heaven. ; nou prelate, advancing to they carriage, stoned by the death of hoe 'Thum occa
the cell wan. *+mpty. The Iwu brother, practical I agent", ol, ibo associated press* on the night 1 !naked: DUQiBA.( ?
who had succeeded in escaping! alter purposes, the result U fully ascertained ol the 3d inst., the day belu the steamer Fiqdship sincere, and hallowed lore; "Where have you come from -

vain eieiiion to cut or1 open their coma The Democrats have carried: three of the sailed, denying the report and staling ICLiun" bund; the kindred tie; 'Paris," wa the short reply. bale.
inou 'letter ffi be resumed! again above, "What is there f 1 HE subscriber will offer at
.proceeded ucroii Ibecoun, Congressional District, and Mr. Fabre, bat there was no foundation\ any such fresh in Paris? JL public sale
to the
immorlahly.W1L highest bidder MUlfla'the
try, In order to avoid any uupleu unlin'eting. rumor. joyous "Green pease. on
he defeated candidate 'for the First 27th of December next
When ]Ji. at 12 o'ctrJk
d4yiigbteame bidIhenUelv'e I "Uul what Ibo
they (lIeuen'. behest b. thou content, were people saying M., at the City Hall in the
in I rict', mean, we understand ct I ty of Pen.
tbe lo
rock contest( when
at carne ?
; night they SKCOKD DJESFATCK.: L t BUrrow all ire tears di.miu; you away sacola, the property belonging
i continued their journey. In the middle ol; the election of Mr, Uusii Tbe Demo.u More of the incitement t'o,'" ho would mourn the message lent, "Vespers." minor heirs of CHARLES WINTER io the

the night they met a liun. The tw rats elect alljlheir! Sale officer, and will in Knglaud.It at calls UI rrolll a world like ibis. "Goudne, manl! who are you? What 1 deceased, conslslln" puriion of! Lou:
brolber! | te, Neat, Nov. 2, t 8115. S. 110 111 and 112
bvgttn by throwing *ioue* at bun have a majority in both branches seem that the excitem.ii got up i in are you cali4d'1""Ignorant / nuualedon Cons street
of
und shouting with all their strength t to the Great Britain, on account uf| tie I and uneducated person call I I with commodious' buildings on the uille'I '
drive bun away, but the animal lay down Lcgilaure.( When the official return* difficulties existing supposedpending the Tbos, Francis Meagber, the exiled ; me 'Hi( kit'! but gentlemen lerm me ibe I The property is offered/ for sale under;
tweeii
be lure ibem aid would not iiir. finding arrive, we will publish them (In full, gin country and the United Stal4% originatedin iris' alriol, and a member of the New I Duke de Roqueliare. Drive) on postil .,an County order, of amid the the Circuit terms Court will of be Escambia

that threats amid intuitdid uo good, they lug the actual vote, and in an opposite a series "malicious"" artiples publiibedin Yo bar, it I. said, i. about 10 lead 10 the lion." known at the time of sale. made

tried ihe efforts vf'pr'leu; but the huh column the vote given in 1853.:' the London Times, from glich the provincial bye eel altar Mice Arabella Townsend, The carriage proe.edltd-tbe Bishop E. E. SIMPSON,
bounded bpun them du.bed them to tbe look the alarn and started like a stuck pig, nor did be recover
h
We'are press :oft Guardian
content with Ihrougli FaIblreaueNowYolk( Miss T,
ground, and amused ,,'himself by eating the general reiume extra and their regular editions tpreadthe ; his clerical seines till the vehicle Pensacola, Nov 17, 1835 3ft-5w
elder' of the Iwfy ttl the .tide 01| bit brother, for the present. We can afford lo await I panic, 'i. U to bra young lady of IIlraordina.ry was clean out of sigb.Done \Wanted. -

who pretended to be dead.! Wbeu Ibe lion be :pailiculars. This &:0110 prevail lo sjch. an extent 1 (eloR.11 attractions, and estimated t to AN active honest Man in each section

came to the leg which was confined by .ihalennrj5elicprote.il, with thousand ot heyvutb about 8250,000. Mr. 1\1. baa for.A of ihe the Slate, to take orders b'laaUiplet
the iron letter, finding ji resisted hi i OT:: la the murder trial in Virginiawhich poorly dressed wagoner drovo into for VELPAU'S
signatures, were got up" /Iron all part' ofIhe I be 'a widower come sixteen or reran. the MAGNETIC AGEiNTS. -
teeth, be cut 6lf the limb abovv the knee. the question arose as lo the powerol kingdom, and.sent lo I tk< town ol Fwilh a load ol cotton To active men a eatery of $8.0(
'!'hen,' whether be had governmentagainsL tee mnl .. A. il happened some ol the Jewish men per year, and a small commission
eaten enough, or the Court lo compel a priest to reveal involving the! in disastrous Will be!
f whether lie a country a b. few York chants taking him to be born immediately paid. "Salary. payable
was lliirily" be proceeded to Timet gives the fur a green Monthly.-Fur
dying declaration made with the United iftates andnotwithstanding
lo him the Mar -
parlir.ulare.ddrcilli 1)H.
JudgedeciJld M.
a spring a little oJ| : Tne sallied forth 'lo purchase, when VELPAU 42
wuy: poor *ur- 'I'Juip concerning the marriage
the official of
enial I Mr. : ; 1-2 Ne
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+' that a priest enjoys the Broadway York, enclosing
vii wrlleb'looked a privilege of following dialogue ensued a
ng around fur ;
a placo Buchanan, and of the HiiiithGovernrnent, I01.'n3 year elute, a distinguished IIi.(i stamp to pre pay answer.
r ol refuge/ fur he1 l\"a. afraid the lion woulllCOli' exemption (from revealing what is cum of ibo existence of the fuundiiion/ lor any armed the acquaiulllllce of a c"l.I Jew.-Do W you sell that cotton? November 17, 185 -3G-4w
''' buck after nuniculed him a&oller.-&: Yes, said if I wanted
again
drinking. Andtherefore to at the confessional. (pap
h such report, a very uneasy Rata ot, feeling : b ed bd. Mire E-I-- T-d. daulChtet I Tax Collector's
to
sell it
might Sale.NO'fICK
dragging alter bun his brother's (spanking iu a low .
The counsel for Ibo
t prisoner entered continued lo exist amongtbe people 01 wealhy Fifth Avenue mt>rcbl&nl.-
( i a up is hereby iu
drawling lone.
leg, be contrived hide ) given, pursuance
to biruelf in a silo, bill ol the lo the rnomenl ol the sailing the F I' daYIalter tho first introduction f
exception lo Judge's decitionwith steam J. Veil authority' in me rested
which be bad Ihf good luck to .Hud close rut you take for il. by)
'. er. tb Ls 7uulI,00upl", Ihll swain and law I will before tho door of
A view lo have the proposed W. Well the Court
by. tihoilly nltetward. points tested i inbe red 1 sell it
be might
heard the lionlouring'with pup t toan
the Seat h House in the Pensacola
From of War. w e acce1f1d-by the lady oltly. Thl! city County; of
!'' \ i iage iud& pacing I. and, Iro, Court ol. Appeal., The Allies b.ve retired t H their formerposition W.sate ale! were obdurale. The lathe j body 1 pleased: bul told me lo sell it Escumbia And Stale of Florida, on the lilts/

t close'! >o ,bo bole'lit, which be hud retreat-- *, expecting an stuck (ruin the declared bl reasons fut disapproving or' you, cane them Jews down lo town would! day af February, A. J)., 1856, at Public
From the
ed} : AUiAit'dl1y'light l came, and the lion. Mobile gaily Tribune. client me. Auction, offer/ the (folio in ; described
Itutsiana, bet it is unlikely Ihut there will the match sere 0'' a serious nature, and
;
departed.. Tbe instant J.-now( thoroughly convinced of bit LOTS and panels of LANDS
that the unloriQiidtu be any further opeiations if. the armies based 01) .uon uvleluant anlecedenl. i situated,
" mad "' :' TELGGRAPlilC.Arrival greenness) 1 vill buy il {from and lying and being iu the County and
got out ol l the iflo;; he 'found bimell ibis season. the life of le candidate for bit daughter you pay Mate
[ in 'the'pheeenci'Sl\' the 1J 'who you more as any body else, if you vill aforesaid, lo satisfy and pay the said Sate
f were on" hfa( at k. l'uI&V"lrl' of the Gen. Coddinglon has..been appointed hand. Stole interviews resulted, and t take goods fur it. and County tho TAXES due thereon fur
I ti Cue ot them took him Jrago'Later
t Commander-in-chief 0// the finding eve that the
British forced Dually young lady W. the year of 1655, to wit:
'uh'boiaebuck' -Well and I
t up \ behind him, und he wan in ibe place of Gen. Simeon; who has was delermikid lo stick lo her lover, ibe pap might get the 47 feet of Lois No. 252 and 253, fronting
brought jack( Co'natanliu'e, Where tbe Irons Europe, wagon load ul'lbimmg if you had any things 163
'' ) been recalled. c.uel'iatber I exile his will, and disiiiher. on liaylen street by feel 6 inches in
J put iiim l iuto l pruon "3 lu. The Bey, American stocks were eatier. ; iled his daugker. !to suit me. depth, situated, lying and being in the
l 'scarcely believing rthe' fact related by hi. NE I W. YORK ELECTIONS It is underikod bat the parties are lo J.-Veil every thing you ,ill vaul lo city of PcnaacolaCounty: of Escambia and

t vassals desired( to see the moan, and had I _, Markets. The 111a 1s. be married in t lew day. buy.So State of Florida, aud assented: as HID property .
j, t, L"", f appear before/ him' 'mil dragging FURTHER:!: JUROPEAN"NIIy$, There was nu boat hum Monlgomtry,, they concluded the trade, the Jew of the heirs of Julian Lavallo,

afier'hlm'' blah|>rolber', 'leg Ahmedbey, 1ST DK8PATCU.: yesterday, and consequ otly we bad1Oea.tuo The Fugiti Dictator.-Under thi is giving him over the market price for (if, State Tax $l 10 c.

Otwhb>>tibiJillQ( hi* reputation ciuelty, New York, 4Yoo. 7.-Partial? returns mail. If time Alabama river w 'rc lead the 1'atritoi Mrxjco; baa a expecting lo reap a golden hatred in the! County Tax 28! c.-$1 1 38 c.
para
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1 ord r cf"tiio"'IUOrl' ( to' H* broken, mud ol the election in Ibis slate, show that' the suddenly' to go down, wj should not even aU of his goods lo the green countryman.J. A certain tract parcel Land
graph repectin Santa Anna (blowing i' or of con
lo the ,
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flamed. tbVpoor', ... ... wretch hi* lite. AaMlcaps( { have polled (orty.si; Iboutand enjoy the mail semi.occasionally. 'tie l effect .-Now Talk in, and gets anything taining ODD acres, situated, I lying Mud being
: j
VoieVj. the Sou| ibirly-one thousand; the should be cut off entirely from the east.}. you ball vanl. i iu the County of Escambia and Sidle vf
1 Few readers* can be aware, until they llepublican (black HcHoiJ) thirty thou- Up to the present wrung (,three o'clock lie bad arrive) at Carlhagena, his final l W.-Well, pap said I must get the Florida, and assessed a* the property u(

:: have had occasion i to test( the (act, how stud, and the Hard twenty.lour thousand. p.m.,) there wa* also no mail from\ New destination, andd' given a party to t Ihe chink, and see il it i.i all right, then buy Mallory & Scarrett,
' I much labor .of 1'bis leaves the result doubtful. Orleans; and there nta// be none till to. people of note, wbm\>> he told that be had the thing you know. SUIE Tax $2 47 c.
t :I research, i it.plion saved by Tlie Markets.. day. The grounding of the Oregon.: is the only come thither \fir change of air. Ac- J.-Veil, den 1 give you de chink, County Tax ttf: c.-$.7 09 c,

,such a table M. the following-tbe work NerD York; Nov. 7.-Tbe. cotton mar. main cause ol the derangements in tljii, cording to him, Abxico will recall him deu you can buy anything. you vast', (the e t. -

of' ooa now iu hi. grave. ((,"Hit lory i Ie leaf hat been dull today, and nothing wa line. While there is sogreat: demand before year has fused; but he will r e. h banded out the money.) 100 40 by feet 174 front feel 9 on!ocher Romana depth street eiiuakd of Lot

Poetry! ,"? a, one who i. a true poet bin. done iu it, buyers asking #c decline, whichbolder for freight from New Ode an., we expect main in Cartbagentbecauie; be i i. already \V.-Well pup said 1 might have any lying and being in the city of PeimucoU, ,,

self forcibly' jeowk, then here U refused lo accede lo. no certainty in the arrival%of the boats. tired ol Mexico. Hjversliig\ Ibe position thing I wanted, 1 might get it Irom y'outhen. County of Escambia' and State of Florida,
1.o l Poetry / W.-Tbe Flour market dull.- The mail will be considered. unimportant. ol the soliciting prey and the denying and assessed as the property of Susan
aoai .
< e :The quotation are lur oulb.era. brands, i We hear also that chi. contractor ''on one we believe, say) the Patria, Ib.t he J.-Oh, yes I have everything you ra rat, Rutherford,
1C01 Virginia first settled by the Eng. 'V.1. the Pensacola mail lineha! thrown 'up has spoken Ihe Irurh lie complains ol now val i.i ii'? SLate Tax $1 10 c.

"lUb... Wheat i I. firm at unchanged price bit contract', and thus wejare likely tube, the pains which bit anputated limb cause W.-Ilarn you got any fleaboblers County Tax JWc.-t --91 3S c,

1614 New York first settled by the Corn, is quoted at W6J; per butbel. entirely cut off from all pirts ol the world aim; the irritation ot he voyage, and the J.-No we baiul &got any dem, but. any- .f
20 1.111No.
feet front of
Dutch.1' From the :Sent of War, except by telegraph, andwe, have fear* cold which began lo n\ke h.elffeh there, tiling else 157 170 feel on intendeuciastree in situated

1620 MasiacbusetU Milled by the Pu The Aiago'e accounts confirm the report that that also will! presently' follow the were the cause of Ili*. Nevertheless, W.- Well 1 wanted three musket and being by in the city depth of 1'eimacola, ,County lying

, titans, ... ., tbat the Russians bid. blown up the fashion of the other lint k>f comrauaicatiou. notwithstanding his luferings, (two day* muzzle Iben. ,, of cambia and State of Florida, and
1623 New Hampihire led Puri lurlificaliou of Uolschacofl after his arrival I he ]. Veil I '
by war engaged in his never seen dam 'ling. .1181.,4.1 an the property of Siepueus'ueiu,
laD".,", ,j 2tebuito.Tie. .-".. P. S.-Tbu Cuba, frofi New Orleans, favorite paion( for cuc .filCblinl' W.-Weil got .any yokes 'lor gander State Tax flU 44 c.COUOI'rl1' .
,1624 New Jersey settled by (he Dutch latest advice 'rout Sebaslopul( arrived last night about 1 o'clock.-l .jloWo The agent of the: backer with whom J.-No, none of dem nedder. 11 c.-$00 63\ c.

4 :1'fl" Delaware settled by Cjwede cud show that the allies were advancing: lai Y e bile Daily Tribune. be negotiated the 93.00000U of the Meg ii. W,-Thai's alt 1 wauls, pap told me lo -

.Fi.... force*. I la purchase mouey, thePatrU continue, get 'em. J. C. CROSBY
j I, ..,.1e35Marylaod! settled by Irish Calho Tbe Russian were retiring in good have nothing definitive. .f! the &general : arrived at Carthagfim .'day after Santa And he walked out, leaving Ihe mind Sheriff and ex-offemu Tax Au'r and

,.lie... order oa 1'orlified positions. results, of, the .lecliui'i' in Louiiiana Anna, and presumed. qiauo' upon him of the Jew in despair aud his pocket 'at h. Pensacola Collector Nor EcambiaCounty 17 1B55-3&-13W! __

le3Loauecticat:: sealed by the Purl The allies "were close upon the Russian aud Mississippi. From I 4e New Orleans under the contract Into wl-'cu he entered er empty.la ,

'ap..",11.. ,... position. ol Albat where it was bet evening of Frida' we the hiss reply was that be waiol': responsibl STATE Of! Jb'lAJKlDA.

.. 1636 Rhode Island Milled by Ro" lieveu the Uutslan would make a 'I&udj; paper copy but his cabinet mud council, &by whose A Slight Alillak'ew' days since
J William( case following concerning the election( iu Ibelatier advice be had I
in which battle wa inevitable.; adopted the :Measure. He( a German was riding along 5an.u J

.1650 North Carolina .cettled by the f From the north side Sebaslopoi; Ihe sial. declined to give a written. ..llIt..oenlluIhi. street, in Sacremenlo, when he heard the .'

1 1 Eogli.h.2; Russians keep up a steady. fire, under cur MlSslSSip] I. ed'ect, ..yinlb", his Word Was sufh'cieqi. whizzing of a ball near him and 'fell bU
161U t3oulb. Carolina Hilled by tbe '!er of which, they are wubarawiog /Ibeirtroop Gainteville, Nov. d. -This district D. Jean Miguel d< Losada, wbo hat shake He turned about and saw a .,;

llugeools., *, and concentrating them at Pukes p give 99 majority 'for Hilton the American bad sworn lo lollov him lo the end of t the man with a revolver in his hand look off 'f

' s I I. 18d2 Pennsylvania{ willed by William (l'oeku"l) candidate (for ooq .., and elect world, was detained in tbe united f Stat Is. his bat and found a hub bullet bole in it, !

..f.-nt, ", A Russian despatch says thai |the Allie* Know Nothing district .dIc.) ,*. It .e \in.. that be will there, establish a "Did you about al me?" asked IbeGeriuau. ;.
,, .1733 Georgia ..ttled.by> Gen. Ogle. bad marched forty tbbiiMud men Irom) Eu.: Baton Rauee* Norn.. 8.*-W. have the publication on account of Santa Anna ProclamationFOR '

thorpe paloria. lowards Youlai" but alierwards following return* (rout ihe'.l ciion in.Mississippi similar to .the Viudicador. In Havana;; "Ye," replied the other party; .'lbal'. !I

,1701 Vermont admitted into the Union. Sell back on observaiory, wiib the Rua, : the fugitive ;was i inlonued that il was pro. my bor e. Il t was stolen from nie re. .4
,,1'7' 2 Kentucky admitted into the U. sjao lancet oa their Hank. The Know Nothing MooritUt.-ll\adi posed to seize hi* estates, which ke cenlly." A Day of Thanksgiving; ) ,

nion., ,.. The Allies bad penetrated nearly to county' 330 Amite 75: ; Wsrreu SzJOj! replied thai no oue would dare lo du so.ftcnyvw. .- You must be mistaken" said tbe BY
' 1781,Tenn* .. admitted into Wilkinson for 61 aid for JAMES\ E. BROOME? ,
** the U NtcoUietf. Tbe number of the Allis governor ; \\11. German; "1 have owned the horse for j
glen, > {io the Crimea, i Ie stated at Iwo hundred yen, for congress 22; Madl,08J.ft''etlUlt, three GOVERNOR OF SAID STATEtMHERE of
1802 Ohio and Adam Know Retort CuW'teoru.-rruf. Rialey, who years. AS, it w right end duty
admitted Into lb. Union and ten thousand. giv Nothing msjuiClies. "Well," said the other 'when) I come v J individuals and communities lo IC'
1811 Louisiana adiniae4 into Ihe Upon. Klege of Kan Abandoned. in now Venice U in luty American say, that recently when lo look al him 1 believe an mistaken. knowledge their i dependence upon Ai- I
aud
( The Husiuu bad abandoned me siege Copiab county give 212 temocraticmajority. at diooor.Captain auEnglumau Hxcuie me, sir; won't you lake a drink?" MIGHTY GOD, aud to retain thinks' for bu
1e181adiana admitted 'into the Union, of Ken alter uUiuiag a Joss or lour met Tbe ride demounted and liod his manifold blessings and ...erei J and,whereas 1t
1817 Mississippi admitted into toe. U'nion. '. thousand men, bui iu r uriog had 'lure( Claiborne; Rankio, Lowndei Monroe You are au American sir? said. ,baEogli.bman. bore The two bound I' drinking saloon, many Stales of thu.luufcdency: bare, "

tied all the available p...*s leading U and Oklibbeha give democratic najoriiie enquiringly.' they drank together and parted friends- by custom, adopted ihe Fourth 'f"urlld") .
1818 Illinois admitted Claiborne i reckon so, said the captain. : in November u a da v of Public Tbaiikrgiving
into the Union. 't'lt1u. give Quilmau W :ruajorily.Uarriton Thi 'is the California of
1811) Alabama, admitted into the Union 2Iweden. Co *Uy.-The mocratic You have the'name of being good warriors *. way making acquaiulance in order: thai U may be oblle"e .,
ticket, wo underiUud, .baa succeeded in 1 believe. I with uniformity throughout the VIIIIIII
The atiiiude
that Sweden has
assumed Yes said the Now, therefore 1 James K. Diooo) ,i>y''
t 1620 Main admitted into 'the Union,, and maiulaint I.i said lo cause much uiteatmess ibis county by a majority of 27. The Yaukeej' ; 'guua we.pretty shout A Judge M Limbo.-W. fiud the 'fol ennui of the Stale, of Florida, do, by"" '
al time .
Ib31: Mj*.ouri admitted into the U. iu Russia. democratic m.jorhllur governor io 1853 cleverly 'j'buU
MUui hew is it were anxious lowing iu the Dadeville Banner; my public proclamation: .d apart ,
nion. ? East ludU wa 304. J'uu to the, 2id tiC November
s Ueluforcemeuia Qay, day
1836 Michigan admiued into iriUiMOJi Co WoodviUe and make peace with Mexico Toat dou' On Saturday, evening our estimable> of pruxIr1:
the U. The Jjoudon Times says that Ibe tirit ll.-AI M a day Public TbauuiYl{ ; ,
nion. t '. ish Government is sending considerable Mount Pleasant precise, Ivc congress, look much like spunk. presiding Judge/ lion. R. DoughnEn. ray' hereby solicit the clergy of the ,.,aoll>* re-
1836 Arksuscs admiUfd into the U. reinlorcetueuU lo lha Ki India Hillyer 94; Quilman 90.Jo wod|| | on, ranger-you are an having a few hour leisure, cud it being spcellvadbota.ee OUll., to open their re
n10n, j Kurd. Naichex the majority fur the Native cl .bmau'" .n uired Vokee. understood Ibal be was l loud of shoot ia of worship, and deli"1
ou
1845.Florida admitted into the Union ,. American candidate. for governor, i i. 24. "Why, ye.,' ad! the liull.Well bird, some of our boys proposed a h n it. addressee suited. to an occasion *"**
.4id Yankee ..J don'l Hi Honor readily tbe invitation and inlerejUBf. And 1 furthermore w
.8. .Tua.' admitted |Into tae Union.. IXCOHD' D&it.TCII.lla88&ebuseU'1i -N. O. Deta.Yiekaberr know accepted 01 IDW
what our folks offered lo da with soil preparation commenced, when the& ptcifulJy request the good'eiureue
4 46 Iowa adwiiletl( ibe Union Nov. 8.-Tfce tUctloa! .. Mexico; 't"r
.lleeUou.!: Male W ateuiu. from taeu usual
184d'Wicouin admitted into tha U. RE.kl.'t'Y'.UN OFUUV tJARD. turns received here, shoe the .Iwlkving. but stranger I U just tell yu\t vue ihiug- gun which his Honor was to use, wa* Uft. and enfaue iu iu exercu***
\ ,'U be darna'd it we offered found to be loaded, and he
nlun result Warren ft tv ( to make not recollect )
u NER. couutyglve majority Jn witnesj wbereol! I have tierew aelIPJ
...;; ldQCrlifuroj+. admitted into the U .&wtmlt W. 7.-Uov, Gardner can.didale for the American ckelof3lU; Uiada peace with you( rug an ordinance of the town making !iian r baud and caused tube affixed the
4$0 and Maduoa McRie That was acliocber. .BuU& vanosed. offense to fire a gun within earl ale Bttieol Florida.8CAL al
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pml+.t. mil .the (...e.tvative Awer ican ; 60. ha* re. -- the '
., tI., .. I has been re-elscttd Uoverair f alasacbueU par.ly dead majorities in Ransia, teake, At- limit ol the town, wJked out into bead t } Ibeupiw ..in Ibenly h-
The' 1 influence of the ttreel gad Bred it oft Loaded laaaa. .. tbf.2ymh day 0
Lila Claiborne example upon & -- *,
up
If girls will kiss, let Ihem perform thetceremony *, by l*lly' ten lbou aod votes.. Qctibbeba Vha".od IUJa III
ai .If they loved It. Docalei New York JEleetloua 8asilh, Hi. Mujariiy .in I tie }"bale tate young l II proverbialViih the jutaileit (; look ale bunt, with what luck we are HOI lber,'A. IX, 1845. and thBr yen
It i I. 'tar than informed but oa he Amentc.u lade +etdetAeeL
powerful
plecer'W. Monday
will more just as rose
:
..Ihem soak About the 2Yer. Murk A'otv T.-1110 probably amoHiit M 30t'o.' _Piay DD00ltE,
thing M return still
I/they seas. may tell a child, for .instance, thai il I I.wrc l I. from the dinner table, the Marshal ".un'i( Y.. L
wefetpwloiaingdiem, ,, nor ,drop their co &uwe'lo be ",w.w. lo the Auvertcautickal I half hour touched him Oovtaor of FIOri
iu be angry{ but if i an lightly on Ibo .boulder, aad
beads like lilUes o'erpretsed with the Girl with red hair are taW to all( in afterward .ha see till irritated bv ome politely' informed him thai the Council de the GoveroarAtMi.,
jajn.! UA the contrary, they should do 'ii lore with sired .kit f. IV JTiurtooa.Secietary ,
twin| the loteatiiy of these petty provocation, he will thlek. there presence before their body onscbarg ul 8Iate.
with. appetite, and when they let go E1ceUulU. raving black They alto& iU twice as must b* tome iiuporlaat t exception to the ol having fired a gua within the Ity Papers tlooHgatfUl the Bute P Itltut

should give cUe lo a rpoIIhi will make fist, and 'lout lime aa hank Poor<< elk.I.n. rule, mid be likely t. coad ct hHO* U ac.cordingly. incorporation, which summons hit H(loner eopJ

the old kilki tbiuk somebody U firing pis. lif' J"wi, N. ."-T C.Uiu Th. littU ores are in sir if., readily obeyed, plead guilty and was November 10, 18&5

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Tax Collectors Sale. Stale of Florida, and known a* a part of NOTICE.: I j Coroner's Sale. TATEOF) : F f O I
is the Charles' LeDaron's !
heraby given, that in pur tract, and assessed
NOTICE of the authority in me tested is ,the property of James Prioile., I Selllug: oft at Cost ane!Chnl" \Vcr I e, House fold, before the the door of Ptnsaco-of ,the

by law, I will, before the door of the CourtHouse State Tax $"W 2J e. ges-for Cash. III, in city
tint t ti/t 3d
December A. n"
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in the city of Pensacola, Countyof County Tax 6 c.-$00 31 c. TtEINQdrsirntis closing b.Mhe brat! i I boa< :i, aillNblc( day Auction of Utltteru, the, i
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Escambia and State of Florida, on I tie J-* i.f January nexl, I offer iv entire nours' pr tcrhid} law, the j
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Ib.A day of May, A. D., 1850, at Public A STOCK: ( GOODS on hand ft Sale a by following I i'rocluttiutlon. < !
certain tract or parcel" of Lall'd.'C "a propenyAlo, lThree t !sterns and One
Auction offer the following described BARGAIN Uail.lioiiJ C, BY JAMtiSK: :, UHOO. I : i
taining 62 acres, which Is situated, lying r, levied upon as the propelt
LOTS or parcels of LANDS, siluaied, ly and being iu the County of E.-rambU and id:: All persons having citinganainsi )' of Jihn U, MUhaeloffecy.: GOVERNOR of the STATE of .
ing and being in the Couniy and State aforeiaid State of Florida and known. of me will please present them hUI i"ll'ly. Tile al)."vr described property will he DA.
to satisfy and pay the said Slate !! a part and all those indebted lo in* wi| please
sold I
the Charles Le ltron'a tract and assessed Ui setisy an execution (scum of Joseph
and County the TAXES due thereon for call and settle otherwise theiriccouiiH having ,
as the properly' of William. up U Cruby, Issued from the Clerk'soAice I VACANCY '
the year of 1855, to was: State Tax $00 25 c. Fringlv, : will be placed in the hands of a i officer -if this Circuit Court of EscaiobiaCounty : A office of Associate Justice I I ;
t, 40 feet 9 inches front on Cuna street of for( collection Western Circuit of Florida in Court by the death of
County Tax 0 c.-sOO 31 c. a preme '
Loi No. 92, by one hundred and seventy- IIINRJOIISJOS.( : null wticrcinlhe said Joseph C. Crosby III i Thomas Dough, an election to h
one feet :2 inclMS/ 'trout tin Florida Blanca said Pensurolii, Nov. 3, Jti''s-3 -3w t nM .he 1
Half Let No. 183, half Lot contain plltinl.tf mid John G. Miehaeloff- same is hereny ordered to be h (
street, situated, lying and being in the b dtlltllI1I1'' several counties
log 32: feet 6 inches front on Iniendeneia sty throughout the
i city of Pensucola, County of EocambU WILLIAM MeR. JOUD/N, 1U.NJAMIN MILLIGAN ihe Third of
street by 180 feel 9 inches in depth, be the Monday, day
r, and State of of Floiida, and assessed as the same mure or leas, situated, lying and being Dental Surgeon, I Coioutr. Eacambia: County, FU. 11I11.The
properly Tux Gabriel tlertrand, in the city of 1'tnsacolu: Couniy of HAS located in this city and ay bu NlyruluerJ' 1855-3 1-5 w Judges of Probato in the >
State 10
$1 o. E'cambid: and Stale of Florida and assessed at his office at L., mesa "OUIIUell111 take due noitce
MierlfTs/ Mile.V"I
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,. County Tax 23c.-$1 1 38 c. as the properly of A. U. Paulon, dence of Hon. Dillon Joruan, on *alafoxKtrcct. conduct said tluclion: and make ( I
LL be cold beforu :
Slate Tax $1 He.I lie will visit Milton the /lee !Mon- % the door of the Ihe same to the Secretary of
A ccilaiu tract ur parcel' ol Land containing ,11 Court Houae, in till cay nl 1'ensu- .
County Tsx day in every month and remain thru one the manner prescribed by law for
two arpenti, Mluulcil,, lying and 2&c.! -$1 38 c. week ala, on tile 3t day of Dccem/itf, A.. J)., Laura of member for Congrec. \ : :
being, within the limit of the city ol Pen r->JItL Publia Auciion: between this hour ,,
I'ciisacola Nov 1G55 'In I
Lot number 205 ( 3, "iinp'i werrrof', have '
icola, County of Escambia; and Stale of feet front Rom.mu, containing: eighty ((80)) -- ..fte.'-IIbf'lJ by law, luolullonin properly, hand and Caused lo be ( : .

Florida, and assessed as the properly of died and sevrnly-uiie on feet slreti lour by inches one hun in '1', Nfci-voin Snf'OI.'cl"\ U> uit; LU1' number one hundiud and ev-: iireal.SMul of (the Main,f :

Charles Dinghum. depth situated kFflltEll: Clergyman/ refined tu'I LILY, containing eighty foul (rout vn.. Doneal the Capital, in '
lying and being in the city A Iniendeneia
Stale Tux $1 IOC. of Peiisacola, County of Escambia and health in 1uw days, after many street by ono hundred seventy this 2lih) day ol Nepl.' A. D. !.I )
County Tax 28 c.-$1 :38 c. of teal in depib/ ; 1.0'1'Ulld hundred and Lbirr) .
Stale of Florida, and assessed as the years great nervous suffering isaixioulo JAMES; E:, :
of Hafuell Ramos properly make known the mean of cure. Wi] lour, conuining seventy-four fret fronton (.overiior( .' l
f gJ144 feet of aspen Lot No. 69, fronting State Tux $00 44, c. send! (free I the prerripiions used. Ire' Inlundencia: street by one hundred and Dy the U"rnor-Atltlll: J
J on Garden aud Grave Yard, by 192 feel in County Tax 11 55 Rev. JOHN M. DAUNALl, seventy feel' in depth; and purl of LOT F. L. Viu.mnu, : '
depth,. siiuaied, lying! and being! in the c.-$00 c. 59 Fuiion III., Brooklyn, N Y.I' number twelve on Sarsgussa street con- Secrciary or the : ,
city of Pensacola' County of Escambia; November laming said part BO feet 3 inches by 20 feel iho ,
A certain tract or parcel of Land situated 10, !IdJJ-33-013w L l nAll:: papers in State I
and Slate of Florida, and assessed the IIIX inches, together w silt till
as copy unlil the day of election and
lying and being in the County of E. For Salt IIU..tII\'U'j ( ;
said'
of Calln"1hadl"Slate menu on tea, and which >> I
properly cambia and Slate of Florida bills lo time olllce of :Secretary of :! "
I : Tax $W 22 C. 79 containing A very comfortable HOUSjJn are lIitUIIIId, lying and being in the city October 13 lR5531tw.Notice ) .
County Tax 6 c-OO 28c. V. acres M. and assessed as the properly of (lei good repair, situated on Inieujjiicm I- of Peiiaacula and levied upon us the pio ,
Randolph, .. Blretl, nexl below the resile/ce) / perry uf I Stephen E. SitU rlt, deceased.: to Travelers.E
t Lot No. nine, ((9,) containing 80 feet Statu Tax $00 32 r. of C. P. Knapp, Esq.: The House *ntamj The above dellCl bed property will he p. (; undersigned,
front on Suragoza slreel by :213 leel depth, County Tax be.-$00 40c. five room' and a 11 It II. TheKiAen sold to satisfy ail execution in favor ef r Ferry across the proprietor;",' ;

be the same more or Jess, situated, I lying 41 feel from on-Intendencia ol IIIIUK"1 and cunvenieuL On the Loin a Charles 1'ulllIj; Issued (trout the Clerk's tease to Inform the public that [ : 1 I :

1 and being in the city of Pengacola' County Lot No. 1 135 by 173 feel 2 inches in street Well, Stable and other necessary ap rte- oilke of the Circuit Court of EncambiuCouniy Crosses daily, leaving the Eusl: : :

of Eacambia and Stale of Florida' and situated lying and being in the of depth, trances! J Wflalei Circuit of Florida, in a o'clock A. At. and leaves the W '. I
assessed aa the properly ofChuuviu's heirs, city Pen-j Terms moderale-apply at this offe. stet wherein the said Charles Evans 11 o'clock A. M.
sacola
County of Escumbia and Slate ol )
State Tax $1 10 c. Florida' and November 3, 18&5-34-tf if plaiuiiff and Joseph Swiss and John A. j. : l
: assessed
Tax 28 -$1 38 ,_ as the property ol Urot nuham a* AJnunislruiors of the Prn_ $
County e. Co. Mrs. u. ll. Robertson estate /iirnln. S 'pt.2U Iih.I ; :
( of Stephen E.: Sierra deceased 1
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To PlantersHorticulturists amdeendanis.
State Tax l 10
30 feet front on Intendencia street of; $ c. / ( LVA.COtW.N'y

Lot number one hundred and eighty:. -twu, County Tax -28 c.-$1 38 c. &. Gardfe'MVINE J. C. CROSIIY, dim '

((182,) by one hundred md seventy-one Half of arpen Lot No. 3, situated in the subncnber offers fur sale tb| ul- Sheriff, E. Co. in 1
tees six ,inched in depth, situated, lying suburbs of toe city of Pensaculu, County FERTILIZERS, whfh' rill November 3, I 1855343wahcrlfTs oy law, 1 will, before' the door
and being/ in the city of Pensacola, County of Escambia and State of Florida and ar- be found on trial' to bu ihu most ificiml Court house in the city of !) I I
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of Eacainbia and Stale of Florida, andb.seseed bClf8 ed us tile of Ariuuas :Sione and economical MANIHES that can $ usid: Sale. County of Escumhiii; : and State of
Itll the property uf Mars Com' State Tax properly$00 44 c. round Uoncs.- ; WILL bl1 sold, before the door of the on Uiu ttVeutk day uf JUHUHIIJ .1.IbOti I !

III)' nil and oilier, County Tax 11 c.-$JO 65 The valuable qualities of these, is. will ,' house, in the city of Penmcola !at Public' : Auction: oUci ihuUOHCI !1 I
State Tux $00 88 c.CouniyTax c. known to all intelligent agriculiuMisis/ .. on the 3d day of December, A. J}., ibud LO 1 S and puicvu ol : : :

22c.-$1 lOc, East bslf uf Lot No. 95, staid half conIaining40 Persons about selling out Fruit I'reea it 1855, ul Public Auction, between Hit! situated, lying und bun:: ; m the L :

: feel I Ironi on Cuna street by 171 Grape Vines should order suilicml to pit! hours prescribed by law, the following und :State doges' +ud, to satisfy und | i I : ''I
20 by 85 feel of Lot No. 87, fronting on feel 5 inches in depth, silualed, lying and ul least a peck on the fool of e Cuua street, situated, lying and being in being in ihe ciiy ufPensacolu County of vine, und no other manure willfcneedelin and seventy-eight, containing sixty ilioreon for the j eat "I\ 11<5 I. To u : ,
the city of Pensacola of Escam-: feet' fruit on Intendencia street by :
County Escambia and Stale of Florida and assessed the orchuid or yr yard forydrs. 'l'htj$ one -
bloc and State of Florida, and assessed uslue as the of Wilniol, Sid era', are ground III iwo qualities, cfar&e and hundred and sevvnly-eighl/ fuel in depth 50 leer front on Garden start,
properly of Thomas Childreae' heirs, property fine; the course is one uiid a qtirler cenw, and which suit) Lilt is situated, I lying ana Lot number lour, (4J by one : I
:Suie Tax $00 :*Z c. Slate Tax $1 J 10 c. per pound; the fine is une and /half cents' being in the city of Pciiaucola: und levied inU uilltt)'-lwo feel: iu depth, situ ( I

,: County Tux 6 c.-$00 28 c. County Tux 28 c.-$1 38 c. per pound. / I' upon us the properly of Thomas F. Commy hug unU being( in the city of! : : .

riiospkuted Gu no. III.'fhe. County of Escumbia unu State of '
Arpen Lot number thirty, ((30,) containing 37J feel front on Zarugoza street of Lot This valuable ferliluer:: c/mposed/ ol above described property will be und assessed as, Ihu/ properly {!
one hundred and IIllIely'two I net fronton number three by one hundred and I'orly- equal pails uf Peruvian Guulo and fine sold lo satisfy an execution in lavor ofDrausin f Juckuun, Jr.| l

Chase uiiett by one hundred and nine four feet in depth, exiunding: to the Day bone Dual, is offered loPluiJbrs as an ar- Rocliehlave' ; as Adininisiralor ul Nlutu Tux, 55 c.
ty-two feet in depih, and which said ar- of Peusacoltt and fronting thereon which title iu every way superior wd far more I'dler P. Roch blavei, >d" sued Ironi the County Tux 22 c._- :-

pen Lot situated, I)lug, and being in the said Lot is situated, lying and being, in Uoiiiig! lUun Guano used by 1I1Ie:1(. ll Uun Cork's ollico/ othin/ Circuit Court ol .
city ol Peiicacola' County of Escumbia: the city of Pensacola County of };.Clilll- established tact that (iuap lucks PHOS- E.-i-umbia County, Wcolern! Circuit; olFlinda 3D fuel Ironi on liiionduncia I : /
and Stale of Florida, and assessed as the bra and Stale of Florida, and assessed as PilATE OF LIME; and also, ihi otre-half of .. in a atilt wheat the said Drau- Last numu rone nundrud and '''
properly of A. L. Duncan. the properly of Ellen Weaver, lUleriilizing, qualities are disipuied in the sin KuclietilHvc, Adiiiinialralor us a foresail ( Irt'Z,) by one hundred and u 1 :

State Tux $00 44 c.County State Tux $1 10 c. air, which lit plainly tub perceived by is plaintiff' and the scud Thomas eel .ix inches: in depth: \ : :
Tax lie.-$00 55 C. County Tax 28 c.-$1 38 c. the strong amuioniucai sell| coiiblaiuly F. Comin) ns is. defondunl. und being in the tHy Peiuucola/ ,
emiticd by it until us is J. C. CROSBY, IY of Escumbia: and Site ol ('
slringih/ gone.:
Lot No. 300, containing 80 fee front on 70 feet. of Lot No. lit, fronting on GOY- bite dUI" is nothing moro.hu* Phosphate Sheriff/ E. Cu. .IIIIItalltld! aa tau properly( uf 1\1lAr w'l: "
New street by i72 feet in depth, giiuaied ernmenl street by 17u feet in depth, ailua- of tinie, and this besidesbeing. a Kiroug OovemberS, 1855 3.j-6w lay nil, el. at.,
l lying and being in Hie city of Pensacola led and valuable lixtf the State Tax bd .
I lying and being in the city of Pensa- manure, ammonia ;:; t ..l'I' U O F 1'L0ILI1)A.1'ruclauuttlon c.Cuuu'y
County of EsCMmbiu: and State of Florida, cola, County of Eacumbu and State of in the Guano: and lellllll it until ii is absorbed Tax 3J c.- : !
and unseated aa the property(. of Lewis Donuts Florida and asaeiued aa tile pioperly of by the plants.' A/rllli of tins fer- ;

Ll&wrelleeVltud, tilizer will satjofy uny on< of iis durability Lot number 200, containing : ( ) '
state Tax $00 44 c, Slale Tax $l 10 c. und superior eflicacy to triple Gu County Tux 11 c.-$00 55 c, County Tux 28 c.-$1 33 c. For sule Ulburrelrof out iwo hundred died und oevculy one feel (out I
pounds each, at two ctiiu per pound.auiicr depth, situated, I) lug and bciim
100 feet front on Chase street of J. C. CKOSDY, -l'liosiliiue of JLlme. UY JAMES: E.: UROOME:, city of Pensacola, County; ol
Lot !No. 38 by 192 feel in depth siiuated arpen, Sheriff and ex-officio 'fax Asa'r and Tina highly coiicm-rnied fertilizer is (;(VlmNOn Uf the STATE: of FLORLDA. und Slate of Florida, and aau .eu .

lying and being in the city of Pensacola, Collector Escambia Couuly. composed of Animal utter, Sulphuric properly lit l John, Morales, ;
Couniy of Escambia and Stale of Florida. Pensacola! No*. 17, 1855-36-2Jw: ( Acid, //one Dual, ig um and tfulphate Sum Tax :22: c. \ l
of Iron each of wbici iUelf VACANCY having occurred in the County Tax V c.-' l
1Il1l1l1l8ellled.as the property of Harvey Juiiue for sale.p : uy : ia a power- A !!
office uf Astfuciaie Juaiicu of
Elkios. 'lul manure. pounds the bu- -
FivehujiJied or about -
State' Tax $00 22 c. ,,; 0V lauding from Brig George two barrels of ills Super-Pliosphale prime Court by the death of the !basis, Lot number 205, containing )

County Tax O c.-$00 28c. j Albert 1200: barrels TllOUins- of Lime have been Juuiicl to to fully e- Ttumas Douglus, an Election, to supply feel trout on Romana street: by
toll htOIte Lime, which we will qu+l, in beneficial erects, to thirty Wagon the same is hereby ordered lo be held' intheseveral died und seventy-one fee fuur(

43 dull at New Oilxans piiuer. loads of ordinary Si/ble/ Manure Counties. throughout the Slate depth, .tlua M, lying and bfiulltl ( )
I No. 246 feet front on Intendencia street of Lot C. 'I'. KNAPP CoM The convenience/f/ this. feiulizer con- oil Monday, the Third day ef December of Pensacola, County, u)'. ; : '
by 161 feet in depth, be the same rills in its niiiull biik' and its pre ximu. auie of Fioridu, and aaaesMia. .as
more or less, situated, lying and being in AT'1'INU.-4.4 and 0-4 Whila and euseof handling n may be used consequent: before 'J'heJudCI of Probate In the several perty Vl UdlUUll lUUIOf, I
the city of ensacela, County of Escambia Checked. For role by Counties
or alter planun llv crop. A lablespoo. will take due notice hereoff, and btulu'lax 44. e. )
and State of Florida, and asserted aa the GRAIIAM'' t'ul put in each lnlKif Corn or Colluu, has conduct said election aud nuke returns ofIhe County Tax l of Jean Francois lloullie sail, :.. 1855
property
been known to inatuao the yield fifty t same to the Secretary of State in the -
State Tax Ib00 44 c. WlUdOlTWll. per I manner prescribed by law for the election 37J j 'runt ZttM '
Su>>b. cent. Five hued -d pounds. to an acre of I eef 911 : I {
County Tax: 11 e..-$00 55 c. WISDOM offer fur sac FIVE common piney w odllltDd, having a clay o, ( member of Congress. Lot number three, ((3,) by one ; '

HUNDRED LIGHT of SASll subsoil, will enable it lo yield a* good a I In witness whereof, 1 have hereto aet my ind.foriy-foui lueiin utipiit' Uhlll :
A certain tractor parcel of Land, situated assorted sizes.Pciuacola. crop as any.ordiuury bottom laud. A II ii.a bund and caused lo bo affixed the the. Uay ol( funsucoU. and Irunling |i .
lying and being in the County of Es; Sept.15, 1855-27-: gle hundred pUll ds, applied: ... a top drlla- Great Seal of the State of Florida>>, which said! Lot is miualed, l burg a I
cambia and state of Florida, containing sing lo an acre j f meauow laud, will Jn- Done at this Capital, .in Tallahassee,, ill thin city ul' Peuaavulu, Cuunl> \
four hundred acres, and assessed as the Collegiate Instil ute.riYHIS increase its pi uducts al least" a ton of hay. this 29th d.y 01 bept. A. !J., IBM-: tuuibia sass Sut uf FjOfida, and. ,

properly of L. M,(L and.Thomas K.Gent- School will be re-opened on the To Uorlicu'tnr' hats It is Invaluable, a. t tmay U JAMES' E. EROOME, u, }JUt! property of Ellen: Weaver,
Icy. 1 lush Septcinber and continue 1 IUlDulltb. be applied'to' Fruit Trees ail) sea- I' Uoveruu of fwr lJ.. tLttLeI'd: 'I IIUC.Cuunly .
State Tax, 91 63: e. .. Mrs. Wilson, who is praciically sun of the yean More titan to ihousaod Dy the Goeinor-Altelt.! Tax 44 ci;- '

s: County; Tcx'41c. ,-$2 06c. qualified for the position, will aaaial in the bushels. of RuU; flags Turnips have bee F. L. ViLWuac, ,
" -. school. Though the males and females raised lo the 'Mere, by the application uf Secretary of the Slate.' Arpen Lot number thirty, ((30,)
5)) feet fronton,Garden street of arpen will occupy separate rooms (for nosy, ilis I two hundred pounds of thi.. 1 -- lug& one hundred and nineiy Iwo ;
Lot No. 5 by 102 foot in depth; also 4)) nol designed iu separate the classea and For Garden tops. It is all that ia lIilizer'1 IN puisuance ul Ihe abuve order an ELECTION on ChuiMt count by one hundred "'
feet front on Romaoa street of Lot No. all will be under the immediate supervision ry for succex'. : : will be held' on Monday ly-iwo I feet. tai Uepih, and wlmh .
2'j2by' 171 feet 3 inches in depth, which of ihe Principal i'uIIiV HI barrels containing about two the third day t f December piojrimo; In pen Lot t4 uiiuulfU<<: ,, .lying{ mud ,"" /
f' are situated.lying and being in the city of ll is desirable that pupils ithull enter at bundled pousds, at iwo cents per pound the County nl E+nabia, KI fill the-vacan- Viiy uf Peuaacula, Cuunly 01| E
Pensacola, County of Eacambia and State the commencement, and fur the whole Orders oddr/ssed/ to the subscriber, will cy occuired in Ihe office of Aa.ociale Jus- and,State ,of Florid, Mud aas a> :
ef Florida and .e as the property term ifceivu proiiul, atientiou.D. lice of the Supreme Court by the deaih uf piuparty ul A. L. Duncan

., of James ieckaon. Jr TUITION : C. LOWLIER, the UOllor.bl.1'hum.s Douglas. Al the tiuuTux. <4H J 10 .c, ;
State Tax, 600 44 c, Orthography, $1 00 per month 04 Magazine\ street New Orlean following places' and under the super!n- CouniyTax f'8 1 :
County Tax 11 e.-- $00 :55 c. W itb any, ur all common Land Pla er, Land Lime, Peruvian Gu- lendence of-'the following Inspectors, -
English branches IOu and Poadreite, can also be obuincoit 11.0.11'1. Aceilam Tractor, pui eel of
A certain tract or parcel' of Land con, $y 00 u the abovs place. PRECINCT No. ONE ((1.) Uiulug 02 acres, wtucii I, ,is .
twining 300 acres, which is situated, lying Algebra, Geometry, or Jlj" Pamphlets containing further par At the City Hail, iu the city of PenwtcoU and 110:1111111I the County of ,J.CUI;: :
and being in the County of Escambia and Bunk Keeping 84 00" oculars' lull directions for applying the -luspeciors, George/ VV. llulion, Slate. of t'ioiiUa., and kuuwu eat (
State of Florida, assessed. the properly Latin, Greek or ,.tnch fc5 UU" .'&:rtlll tI'wiU be cheerfully sent ,to any Francis Jlernandez and Jrreeph'1'ryiul a. the Charlva Le/,..ahou'1'pr{, und .
of Jeaodreaux'a heirs, jEjTho examination/ will be daily, person by/IIail, who may request therD. PRECINCT No. TWO ((2.: ) lid aalutt ,'OP"I'y af Juinea :
mate Tax $1 23 c. weekly, and )..rly' all public. Octob"r20: 18553281uN At the store of( John U. tirook, at Warrillctonln.ptC'to..cW I Male Tax 25 c.
County Tax 81 r.-$1 :34 C. JOHN A. WILSON illilim '1', Dell, Auitw County Tax 10 c.-----3
Au eruct V1855-22-lf 'TIC!;::. Ro.s and RictufdVilcox.: .

40 feel front on Intendencia street ef P UR5JUAN T to the Jaws of the Slate of PRECINCT No. THREE: ((3.) A certain Tract tai of

Lot No-*78 by 171 (bet 3 inches in depth, lDllt Alta', ErUlliQJBlUV o Fiy'ridd, regulating/ limited partnerships At Ihe house of James M. Alil.loJ-Inspectors tattling 02 uoes: which 1. .ilu..i l :

situated, lying ant being in Ore city ol r J1t. EO"'AIWj tenders hialhauk noiice is hereby given that ;a Copai Thorn* Cooper Aleaaudar Nicbvlsoo mud Ueii'K in the County uE.c"' <<
Penaacola County of Escambia aud < lo the citizens of Pen inerihip has ibis day been formed, for and Richmond Leaven.PltlfCINCr Siaie uf Fiuridut aud kuowu aa a } .
$ha&4J ot Floiida, and t assessed M the pro _ascots and for the. space of five y eats, by the undersigned No. FOUR ((4.) Ihs Charles J.elt J, .ruu'1'r.cl, and
perty of Matilda/ Jordan, received while viciuiiy uhtl the p* under/ ihe style of KEYSER, McVOY Al the house of John OIIlUIOlltl-III.pt'Co, ed u the uf William ti.
Bole Tax $1 76 e. Irouagu aoltciis connuuaucv ef the them and & CO; for the purpoiie of sawing aud plan 'lorr, John H.htr'Ilhaw, JL Dowuuu I Nina fax 25 c.Cuuuty !' ;
County Tax 44 a same. Dr, ing 'limber and i aud Waiter R. dledlirekdt .
c.-$2 20 e, E.: baa opened au oflice iu Mobile mud ex- doing < general lumberbusiness 'fax |.0 c.- --
PRECINCT: No. FIVE
ct0lilwn.Thecrpurlulsridprrnerskip ((5.) -
to mutt PeusMola: aevrrai limes
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Lot number 200, containing eighty (80)) peels the Auy orders during ieISOUone:! thud of which has At the house of Williaui L. VViinamsInapeciors A certain Tract or parcel uf ,
year through Mail 1
(set front on Humana street by one hun' welt be promptly attended lo, been coulnouied by each: of the undersigucd William L. Williams, Georg.I alra, lying and being iu the (
dreg sad seventy-owe feel (oar i inches J iq September 1, lt 5-25-if who are to share equally ia the C..Hall and Pleasant. Williams/ E.caojblu laud !hate uf| Florida, ':' |
depib, situated lyiac and being in the profits, tftmuel C. Keyser, and AI xau- Given under my hand and (our hundred acres, aud aa.s... ;
any of FeoMcoJa, County of Kscanbia N/aTlla:. der Me Voy cvusiiiule the general' partners, seal of oflke, ul Pcnsacola,,I properly vf i..M. H. sud'fpuwra : ( (
and State of Florida, and assessed aa the :; Coputseamp.tcrrwfurs lAUd generally responsible for the debt the 3ul day of Oclwlxr, ,A. 'lay |
property uf John Monks, 1..11 existing ol the prritterabrp. The firm of Puig, D., 1833.C. Siaie Tax 81 I 09:) c,
.ecu the
uuuei d
Suie Tax igu uuder ib.IJie c: Mir 6t Co. N. JORDAN;
900 44 c.Co'.all of ALEXANDER: NcVUV cousiiiuie the special partner, Cuunly Tax W( c.- :
& CO. i isiiiis
Tax Mud !Uuvt liable for of 'C.
II e.-$00 55 e. (t.y .!luaul*\:d by mutual l couaeut. the debt of Keytar, Judge Prvvaie. E. -
The uudersigued MeVoy A Co. beyond the funds coiuribu- November, lW5-.34-aw A undo Tract or parcel of
A certain tract .t "parcels of Land, coaUming Iu iKjuidau are lak, debts peciively and auiBwiized led lo Us capital.Avgust uu ConslgniueuuUARRELS ctrl, .lying sad bciug{ &Ul the Cl :
dupoof <
010 him
acres ( 1855.
wbkekaitoatedyin EoeauibiaaudtiUleoiFhjrida : ; I
1 the >> ,
partnership property. fine North, PQT A
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cad being in the County o4 Kocambia sit I AUkJtANDER SAMUEL C. KERSER i 40 / U40 ocrca, and<< aaaeaoWd aa she & l
MeVOY.PU1U TOE
State of Florida, sad ....... M the pr'+ ALEXANDER WeVOV, Uuutge, tw l
Mitt A CU. 23 Firkins choice Gosben Duster
vf
periy May ft Co. PUJG MIR & CO.
Htate Tax pi, 64 e. AugH &h, Its>>-=-w B ptW 1, 1855-25.4 2U DOXM English: D iiy Cheese.: $Uownly'a"''hit Tax 81$20ic.Ul c -$ !
10 UrrU cetllo+
County Tax Me.-$3 :30 e. DYUhiver iiMU.HUPEUIOU 11. LAMDERTON I iVray autborijcd 3 M 011 lie. -
Mof bt'MMEB; : J. C.
A A : HATS Ageuldorteg'ntcbrauee from 60 (boxes Duck.bt &.
ceruin tract o* panel of Land, coolaiuuig I iiw4 icceived and fur a.le bY Florid. Fur ale by Sueriffand-., Tax A.
U acres, which ia auuaud lying A. JOHN J.AHIU "TON.Wa"i.l& A. JOHN Collector, EacautMa COUll' ,
sad LAMDEHTOS. KKVbER: JUDAU A CO.
king U Uw Ceiuiiy Eocaubia:: aud u, .'1.., "..fM tJ; 1d16 Warrinftou, Fta. Nov. I, JU55-U Orlober 97, 1833 .p.ou..at. lulrl J &. -nJIJ 1.\.1.4ri It.Cw




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1*.KNS ACULA; Go'\ KKTT K. : I UIRC1IKTT &. HOIINtA, L ration Mlj.HELMBOB1 I .TI1I t'I-.ECT.iiTOJl 'I UST received from New Vor. 1
., ._ _- : S Schr. G. C. i.as
) "- -,--= -- -* : : -pr 11 : : .5- itttorheysntLzv! Ackerloy, a large
\'IIOftll" AMI: )I'CHU.-tllED, Wtt.KLV, -- : : Dr G. -
''JL -AND J HIGHLY V0NCcNTRATI1): .; r sorrmenl GOODS, consisting cf
: JIV'JUilN. MKI.\LAV'? : ( :: AGKNT'S: FOU C141f1S, (.sUIIIL taUt Jb'mUl[ Extract Journal- Literature Rio and Java COFFEE.
': \ 490 street" toil A Family of land MACKEREL.SALMON. .
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& Seventh Wash City lillUllll,
l'iU: Usfirra: U I8UCIVtt)1 Saturday Kewtjor fioulitcrnfender fi'
: ( ( Will "practice before the Court <>/ chat iiis t For disciHojif the Ilia.Itirr and Kidneys/ .
livening: ; -TeniH of Subscription $4 per Claims before and ., ril II C :Sou: tli has been too long depcnJL TEAS of all kinds.
SlrlelUellVeakncs. I
prosecute Cnress Incases : !
neurei:
Northern
dent the cities for its
annum, payable In :Advance, or within the [ upon CHEESE:
) l 1
I several Departments. of the Sexual Or
t'eN, ana Q diseases 1 :
Literature. The
th-Kto'ix mouths, 4-SUif:; nol paid until the peiiodical weekly newspapers GOSH: EN: BUTTER.
end, of six months or j$5;: if not paid until theMiJ I I S gUllV her III Maltor! Female, from of Boston, New York, and Philadelphia / STARCH.KAISlNS..
: tmFElmNCF; : wlluLeve 'Uu4i they may have originated have like a flood that
No swept over
! < ut Lhe'year.. subscription taken II ,
Hon. J. MOUTOM U. S. S. on.s. n.IAXWKLL. and ol how stand .
matter long
0 of the nation South of Mason and 1 1jiXOII'1I
; lor less! tli.HI six months! and III all ( .it's Pall CURRANTS.
... U. S. S. Hon. E.: ,
when i is fur Jess than A. : I IlIg Line, many 01 mem carrying with
:.itioscripiion .' a yuur f.; :
payment w.IIIIJ".lJxpel'L d t/t udcd/tce I IL, lion. E. C. CAIIKI.I.!;: l-'loridV, Messrs. II you I
) & & PUTTED, New York, Messrs. J. whicii when once sealed: in the system and inculcating to a or less
:$.j villbU4h.irtedoruunouiiciug: each ; greater VEIIML'CELLI.TABLE .
cun.lKj.iU, : ; Ill: ollicu.Ml : Ii. & J. A. Camp, Sandnsky, Uno : will4tcly/ go down from one generation extent, doctrines injurious to Southern SALT

l I. i (..I|SAd'crt1 crccnl>I filial bo paid ) July_28, 1B.VV20: : S ly j I to tberlIlderUlllllUa.ttle conslitulion Institutions. This dependence of Southern PICKLES. I
ail lIal'1'lIILhu/ very: fluids of hie, readers ,should be thrown off-and it
for in advance.AimurHKM : :\!) rojicrty i"t 11.tt.Th" OLIVES. 1
; .:Mr.-> inserted ut tha rain ul : do nol tflsl yourself in llfc hands ufluac.tI Is believed would have been long ago, if POTATOES.
undersigned offers( "r ( fno startup every day in a city for the I
facilities the South
been
line iJuilar fur faurlivn lmtsor It! *,) there at
every the his lioilSU ail. l lAt ii like till:!, 4iid till! ihe papers with glaring of first class Literary i'apcrs. Also a large assortmedt ofonsisting
for the first and liny snU fltr every conlinouii publication
: aule;; The bauae is tw (falsehood too well calculated to uecdve TlllsJ ai'JdUTATOll: I .I111. CIIJ'JL1j 1'
insertion.
I I Huo"equeiil I ,
'I'ho privil.'itu of annual: advertisers i ID Is high and \\i in comulet the youna and, thc e nol acquainted! with Is polished! : by a gentleman who has l long I ofMANILLA
are
limited ui thfir. own ininifdiaiu business ; furl r11& all necessary 0 .builtJingllj'their .li icj. You Cannot be too careful in been connected with souls! of the Southern ROPE.

t and MtlvcrlHf.uienls lor the bi-uehl of i pleftsaiftly situated, being nearly op- the selecfbn! 01 a remedy in these cases. Dailies, and has been undeitaken, to supply MARLINE.
(
The Fuid Extract: Buchu has been
; other persons, us well us legul advertisements : the Public Square, pro- this waul-thut of a high& .toned weekly 11OUSEL1NE.HAMBROLINE.: .
ouncidiy e,II 11I611 L physicians the great''
4.1 of auction sale: went ill by them, ALSO: ; of San- paper .
II :: -5,000 acres LAND in : 'si reiiity ever: known. It is a medicineiniectlj,1eusaiiL
must I IM I paid tit llio Usti II ra es.U3" ( 01' SOUTHERN INTEREST ANDCHARACTER. SPUN YARN.RUSSIA .
, \ Rosa CUll liLy. This Land! is well tim : in Us taste, und very: inns
Out advertising, : lnt 'ius will oblige the BOLT ROPE.,
3s by 1tIIIJI/IIlIM their Adverlismiieiiis! onFriday bered and has an excellent Mill teat on I jcent: I action, und yet so thorough Jd:: The general plan of the paper is as RIGGING LEATHER.PUMP ; .

or earlier iu iht week otherwise i / Terms! clull.l lat it nibilates every particle of the follow*: It has tight pages; three of which I do.

they will he over ;until. Hlie succeeding or further particulars apply to mk ui poisonous! Virus of this dreadfuldease are filled with the best unifies! on Liieru- COTTON DUCK.

week;' :: \ M.\ D. HERNANDEZ.Penaacola. \ ; nd, unlike!. other remedies: does. tore, Science, and the AiU; one to Generil : TAR, PITCH, ROSIN.

Every: subscription for lcs Ihar,\ one ,l'iu / : Sept: 2, 184-2:; 1-ti ii ii dry p the disease: in the blood. News, Foreign and Domestic; one to the OAKUM, WHITE&: LEAD.:
; utional Dubililv. brouuhl on by
year, to bu maraud: ui the rate of s>2 for : onsi nlereala: of the Farmerthe| the information RED: LEAD,
U seiubiluibro l disease wliicnUl
ternole
BIX months in advance., e, a most 'oil this page will bu mainly derived from BRIGHT VARNISH.

Ali jobs li> be pnid! for on delivery und all \ 2,000,000 VEE'r ofI ; ihousands of the human race tile Agricultural Bureau ol the U. S. Patent BLACK PAINT.

'iuverilscmeiilstii: advance, unless( / the ad- I }'loorlng Lo Vitu uly graves. thus blasting: the bnlas Ollke;] one to a synopsis of the operationsof SPIRITS: TUILI'ENTINE.LINSEED .

vcrlisci. has.. an open account with ltieof ::ip Hoards, delivered at Gull Point, fur iailubud" parents, and blighting in the the uepurlinents of the Government;and : OIL.
umbitioii of HO-
fie: "" which tie highest "Cash Price" will be tlii glorious many a one, during the winter, to a report of the BLOCKS single and double.

When an individual orders Job, U will paid \by C. I'. KNAPP & Co. ble Uel'..01 I, can be cured medicine by this which Infallible can proceedings of Congress; altogether muk- SISTER:: HOOKS, &c. .

bv charged lo him, though it may bu.done! Pensacola, April 8, 1854 benlh body from the simply :
f," uirjther. very and which is unequalled oy any paper in
BALES::: Eastern HAY. CULII ie confined and despairing iuva- the country, North or feoulh. hoots and Shoes. -
300 lid, g both us u Cure bud I'rcventu.Live. : -
200 bbls. Kockland LIME. 3- THE: SPECTATOR is printed on
Counting Jion, o calendar for ills> ) For sale by new Iype and on file paper. Its quarto J1 I have just received a.1i6

: .- '.I.. 1_cl._ _*. 5.? we A. JOHN ''LAMBERTON.Warrington ,_MBOLD'S ,. form makes: its convenient for binding, ana S fresh supply of Hoots and
cONCENTRATEDCapouistL
-v- ,----; Fa., March 23, 1855 HIGHLY each: annual volume being accompanied Shoes, among which
are
Extract
, -. czi : < .1.. '" "': 4'iiiid by a full index, U will be a moot valuable he viz
=
w :; .... : following qualities, :
..
.. IAltSA1A1jL iA
'"':I Florida House l for reference and .
: preservation..iTj"
; paper Geiitlemen'a fine Calf Sewed
.r. i S I i ;- .., .a... c::. for tvifytng the Blood, remocing: alt -. Subscription! Two Dollars a year. :\ do. do. do. BOOTS
Pegged do.
_. CJI ., rw PENSACOLA.
;
IOI.talio'n -
,. ditties atsiugJroii& excess of Mercuryietyojure No is sent without the
.i! .- a; : i .C paper money. sewed.do. .
: .-'t- -- ... tJ" ::; tho : This large and commodious and imprudence ui life, : peaaien: copies can bu)had on :application Water Proof do.
.... ket house is now.open ,for (Ihe reception clitnic constitutional disease, arising to AUG. 1". 1IARVEV: do. heavy Mud do.

1 R.:1: 1J1t a; ; of company and the Jrtn \In impure state 0/hue ISlood, ana Editor and Publisher, do. fine Calf Sewed BKUGAN&

in eiier.tI.Iii lli/) at.l'elwble and effectual known Washington, D. C.
f.\Uik 1 a .J iit : : : traveling public ; do. do. Pegged: do.
t .'.H.'< ,( i4 .V ItJ 11 I J;) in : : point of situation it possesses 11 advantages refitd yieuiA" for the cure of .sCl'u)utel, Hall August 25, 1833: do. Foxed Lasting GAITKKS.

J ... 14 l III 17 I 1e J ) 2J ut ;: : over any other house. in the city.Situated Scald Head, Ulceratioits oj do. light and heavy Kip Urojjm,
'J hoot and Pains and tiioelIfga Millinery.
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H .... I :JJ :':-4 :tj :.:tJ 7 on Government street, aud fronting tlf Legs, fs Qt do. Goat Skin Slippers
ujihe Bones, Teller, iinLiLea ontlel''ao.t Miss JI. A. WEBB!:: respectfully
:ld: 2'j :au Jt' ) \ : the It i is the do. Leather do.
; Hay, exposed to most
and all that the has
Scaly Eruptious oj the public just returned -
: Joj.1'; H\ '. 1 2 :I delightful Breeze und commands IlIlvll1111 BOYS light Pegged Calf BROGANS.do. .
a lie tiki\ from Mobile with a assortment
.,. splendid
iJ : ;: do. do.
4 (J 7 t 11 )It.4k' U heavy do.
; boaulilul view of the Bay, Navy Yard 'Jans arkile: is now prescribed by some of BONNETS, RIBBONS, DRESS: :
11 12 JJ; 1-1 15 hi Is iADIES Black :Silk: GAITERS:
and Shipping. The proprietor hopes to of the mat distinguished. physicians in TRIMMINGS MANTILLAS &c. &c.
( Creole do.
.t. do.
: ; 'UI: 11.1 L' 't: :& ZI ,1I
,
' t. : :.::5 :U27:: :8 : please all who may honor him with their tiiejcuunirj, and has proved more elh'cientIn oi the latest styles, which she will dispose do. Kid Buskins

::1AkLi1 I I . l 2 i S patronage, by assiduous attention lo their practice.han any preparation of Sarsaparilla ol at low prices.iLirRooms do. do. Ties.
_y.. comfort and yet olered to the public. Severaluses ; at Mrs. Duncan's, Warring- Lind Ties
and will
( : .. 4 5 0 7 bOth. wants, spare nothing do. Jenny
; If 11' 12 'Ji 14 }15 1" 17 in making his table: us attractive us pos ( of seondary Syphiltis, Mercurial l ton. do. Morroco Boots (double sulud.)
.4 and Scrofulb", diseases. : have ei.lirely recovered P. :S. SItesV.. will also attend to the
I .f ,,.,. ,.. ... .. 1 d JJ'\ U :21 :2: 23 21 A sible. J. W. HALL, in li incurable wards of our Pubic Cleaning! of lJulillet''" and Dress Making. do. Strapped Shoes
:.i :.:'i :.:u ::7: 2 tj 2U ; U :HAPnIL. do. Pegged Brogans.
1, .... I Proprietor.Pensacola institution which had for many years \\' srrlll !Lull, Fla., April 7, 18354tfi1L'e'4t1t :SLIPPERS
MISSES!: Kid
T 2 ;:1 4 0) ti 7 : :
: ; Juy! 0, 185 -1U-tl resisted everymude of treatment< that' could
: ti 11 'Jo) 11 12:: IJ: 14 I do. do. Brogans.do. .
I h 'I!," JU; 17 Jd HI :w :21: : be devised. Ihese cases. furnish strikmg! lunl'IUi\1O.r" !Morocco\ Brogans.ChILDREN'S .
,"d' lI : Liquors, liquors.JIIAVE : examples of ,liu salutary: e Hue la of this established
I :a: .s Y4 '.::5 :2iJ :.::7u 2j : : received and rmlll1 oubscnber having Morocco BlWG/ r\ .
just keep cor l medicine ar slmg some of the mobt inveterate \-
4t :m 1 a.a Private Infirmary, contiguous to do. do. Gaiters.A. .
be
on hand u general: diseacs after the -
ussorinent glands were
l Li". ,., 1 2 3 4 8 of LIQUORS which undthe, tlm U. S. Marine Hospital, in New Town, J. LAM: BURTON.Warringlon ; .
l' JiI"' among arc U destroyed, bones: already alfecied.
1". .... > to "L 0) ,7 -. t'I 0. 1U 11 12:!, following, vu: NoricE.-Lelers from responsible::! Pnyicuus will admit those wishing to avail them Fla., July), 1853:

il .F 11 1Hi: 17 IIf: 11))I n A'rL1'r: : Pule Dark Cogniac BRANDY. and Professors\ of Medical Colleges selves of such an institution. Competent
I 20 ,21 22 : 21 25 :2(1( Spring Goods.AJ. .
t23 ot American '
'k j do. and cerlifmtes: of cures from patients Nurses ate provided, and bveiv tiling
r _" xJ7'2d.:: 2u 30 :31 : Holland and New York Gin. will be found uckjmpany ing both Preparations. else necessary to reader the sick :ri. com.furlable IiAAlllKUTUN hu
JUNE .ftrvi<< r. *f-j;* :" 1 2IU Old
Rye Monongahela .
.. Whiskey. as posbible. : : received u mesh ui
\ bUiily
I' *i ? :> 4.5 (G :2 MU : U 1.) xter's Reclined do. 1RICES: [ |
10; 11 .1 U u 15 TERMS : Goods, viz :
iL : Jamaica Rum. Fluid Extract
, 17 18 lv :20: 21 :22: 23 Port, Madeira and Sherry i Wine. or U j bottles for $of l Buchu, $1 per bottle, For Whites, per day, $2 50 Cambric, Jaconet: Swiss, Book, 1'laul,

L jj5 fcii 27JULY 2d 21) :30 iu Champagne,, ;'.CJarci & Bergassedo. Fluid! Extract: pf Sarsaparilla SI 1 Colored parsons, do. 2 00 Mull, and dotted Muslins ; Victoria und
I. 1 2 fa .i 5, U 7 AlIsynlhe. 11. -'" S .' bottle orU botllesforj5 per OO Extra charges made for urgicaoperoLtions. Linen Lawn, Linen' Cambric n.h Linen.-,
?;
t ;j .1 b:$ y ,10 11 12 13 14 K'usclieitwataer.: i lo one gallon of Strsapanllu., equal strength Plain and Damask' Linen Towels uud able .,-
fl u iu I7'ti I'J :202U : 21 Cloths ; Bird Eye, llucaback, iiuau(
t : Wine and Stoughton Bitters. II Prepared and. mid by 11. T. HELM- n.. B. IIAUGIS, M. D.
'r ; S22. 2;< .,24:: :23: ( :27: 28: i. Anniselie Cordial. I and Table Diaper ; Fig'd Linen l'\UjlJ..III.,
BOLD Chemist
i.tl .,/ UJJL Assorted do. #(J3) Chestnut :Street: : Pensacola, July S, 1854.r Linen Moschelo: iSeu, Brown lluilani),
the 11
AUGUST .. :'' 1" 4 3 4 do. Syrups. near To be Girard had of Druigisls 0\\lie, Philadelphia.and Dealers eve. lUlls, BUCKETS, 13UUS11ES: and Grey Linen, Linen Check, Apron Chin; ,

.n4I.. .5 07 S U 10lli 11 : Brandy Fruits. where. JL JJltOOMS and! a fine assortments: ol. Crash, Liueu Drilling uud Sheeting, lJUm

"..;d 12 U' 11 15 ; 17 18 : Ale, Porter and Cider. I All tellers directed the Japan Ware-. For sale by Hemstitched, Fig'dund& China LIIIL-II Law-

....v4", U :4L'd: !' 21 ,:22: ,23; 1H: 25 S A. J. LAl\l Agent receive immeliute( attention.iCf" Proprietor. or GRAHAM. brie Handkerchiefs, Linen 'J'laltjud, 1)111.,
2027za2UJU31lil'1"LlII1 :: lmTON.t Jaconet, Cambric ana Cotton Edgings: sail/
Warring Flu. U18 21 1855 .
I July : The above priparaiions call be had April ,
$ .i.< ., 1)3i. : S I Peusacola the 5 Insertions, Wash. Blond, Blue Iud lUk) '
01 A'.'3- > 4 5
'J .N ,."U 10 11 12 13 li 1; a : The undersigned respectfil- June 23 185515lyJOSEPH BRIGHT & CO. I:1ATS at Red, While und FigM elba Fldiiiiei.-,
,
: 10( 17 18 IU 20 21 :22::! : ly informs the citizens in gi: i- INGUAIIAM'S. Ladies Fancy Si IK. and Woolen Ties, tia-

"%; : 23 .2i 25: :20: :27: 28 2U : eral and transient visitor, thulthebestofaccoiniopdalionsciin :! S. LEVKTl. ', pAuu 8T1CSNY April 21, 1855IOOOO tlemen's "Silk HltltdJ.elchiel.td.. .

t.tt.t: "'*. u \ :: : -- --- erchiefs and Cravats. Boys Haudk'ls' t'Un

OCTOBER .. 1. 2 3 4 6 'C !:: be baa ai his (House, situated immediately Havana Scgal a.J and Fig'd Bobfnei, Plain 1 and FigM WUJlU

"..t. ,.. 7. 8.. U 10' 11 12, 13 ; : opposite the Navy Yard North Gate.- S UST received and hit IIlIe.lIy Lace Nell, Black Lace Veils, Blue .IIJ

'4r ,t'J 14 15 IU 17 Id IU2.J ) :20: ; lie will spare no pains or expense to make A.- JOHN, TO. ;>"' .. Green Barege: for Veils, Eluin uud flJ
WS1. *' 2i 222U ; 24 ':25: '20 :27: those that may favor him with their patronage Alpacas, Plum sod Fig'd Velvet, ussi/itu

::1:1: : .30,, 31 us comfortable as hi* utmost-a- Fresii Groceries.t/ colors, WoroteiLPJaids! und Lins:>ey lJ41u

xOVmmt 1 2 ,3Itt -' biliiien will permit. His table will be sup! JUST ntcm; v ED. 0 und Fig'd Red Oil Calicoes, Turkey IttCollon -

...... 4 II 7 t5. U: JuI. % plied with every delicacy the season and w MKSS: IJKEF; and PORK.>> Blue amid Hull French C'ulicuc,

.1 t 11. 12 1a 14 1 'lO 17C. market can afford. Charges moderate.By .- -- : and i'igs:.( Tongue5.S Linen, Lace, Black Lasting: ::, Pearl, Ag.ue. ,

T # .e* it Hi 111. ,2U 21 :221324S :, ; .. giving his personal attention to the JOSEPH S. liitiVtaTT: & Co. li.imusaiid Shoulders.. Silk, Gilt and Bone Buttons'; Velvet and

23 :.:U7:\ 2d 21) ':30S house! In general, he will endeavor to give Wholesato Dealers ( ;;cclusiL'ely) Mllck r el. S S S Silk Trimming and Gimps, Plain! and :MM-

UJWE') ER : ,. i .satisfaction to'all who may favor him IN I ulourand Pickles. I: ped 'Ginghams2d.'Mourul g (Gingliiiiui:

1. I. 2 ; <: 14 5 0 7 8 with a call. BOOTS, SHOES and BROGANS.No. Assorted Teas. aud Calicoes, Hosiery, Gloves, outsiders ::

S v> 10 11 12 13 11 15 !\ 1:1:::? Every attention paId to the care ( 20 North Market sheet, OIILon. Loaf, Crushed, Powdered and Brown : Silk und Cotton Braids amid LUell'

4 55 10 17 18! 19! 20 21 I :1.12U\ & I und feeding of Horses.: N. B. Merchants of Pensacola, Milton! Sugars. Linen and Coiloii' Tapes, Bonnet, >eikund

Lii4 23 21 2I W 27 28 :: : D. MARTIN.Woolsey \ and Navy Yard are eoliciiec 10 send usoi- Water and Soda Uiscuit. Cap Ribbons, Fljj'a TllbJuer",

C4 3031: I Fla., Oct. 18ih, 1854-3l-tf den lor their goods in this line, as we have Pilot and French Bread.liio Mudruas Handkerchief, Satin:: Vusun.Sarcauets ...-,,

; all our goods made'lo order and can give and Java Cod'ee.Clams Oil Silk, Sewing:: Silk, lluuh.and
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A -r---i-- : them not only the styles an,< qualities but and Lobsters. Eyes: Patent Thread, Coatts bl'Ulh.
F. MOUE. >0, jr. B1tuLI1E1t3 B- i. M01IEKO, WJSI. WEBB, also particular/ sizes required in this mar Sperui, Star and. Tallow Candles. Cotton, Nail, Hair, Tooth, Clothes, abltving

.' f "jioitFNO ket al a small advance on factory prices. Mustard and Viuegor. Dusting and Shoe Brushed, hnud

,Ih t'oinmlmsion .'Ucrc/u"ts : DEALER J.Y Those Visiting the North are united to call, Havana Preserved and Guava Jelly. Boxes, Powder Boxes und PUll, \ lialll-

; S. ... S 'N) .: Yellow I'ine Flooring, but to such as do not go Nor.h until tin American Preserves, Jellies and Jama. buuet,'Shaving Cream, Military :Shaving

S S ) IMPOUTJSR8 OF SHIP aud! SPAR TIMBER uerIlU1. "Railroad" is completed, we say, orders Onions and Potatoes. and Toilet Soaps, Waicn GuarJs, ZepH)'

Havana Produce, Coffee, Su- & : : Peusacola, Fla.OFFICES sent us hall be forwarded .promptly. Corn U rooms and Mutches. W orsied, :Silk und Cotton Purses, Mu tl'

S ." {jar anil Cigars.. : .1 For particulars, please: call at the store of Cranberries and Lemons. las, Coal Links; Powder' rua und Mu">

S :No. 31 Old! Ljveo uw Orleans. ; : .- Mr. ilyer, or address I Castile, Grown and Fancy Soaps. Pouches, Gunpowder, Shut and\ 1'en.u.-:
HENRY liven, Pensacola Olive Linseed : und Lard Oil. .1011 Caps' Tuukmg. ivory; Side, Keddmg
10 1854-l2-C5m; : JOS. S. LEVETT ,& CO., sperm .
J/uao/
: \ E.V.. DOUR, Warnugtoii:: Nvy Yard. 20 North !Market street: "tI\.un.\ Coarse, Fine and Table Haft. and Pocket Combs, 'biulble$. Bodkins

:Sncldlo und Hurnetfs!! lUaUU1tiCtOl'Y. <- Uclereuce : JAS. CoRNER: &. SONS, Pensacola, May, 1855-9-tim Cayenne and hijack Pepper. 'Tweezers, Comb Cleaners, Hair 1'11\\"'

;. Baltimore, !.hl. Tuujceo and Segars. Looking Glasses, Bed Cords, Spur, Spec

in: January 7, l834-42-ly; Winters' House. Pttintud P.allllltlid Tubs. L.1cletl,1'ocktL Knives: Scissors and Shears.
COAUn 2'KIMMIM.t.KO. N Wafers Cork Screws Steel Pel" <"''d
Saleralus, Starch, Indigo, otmegs. : ,
: ,
S ( K. wti'iUicsS H6 per Cent. Alcohol. S The undersigned beg I leave Clove, Cinnamon, Allspice, Almonds, Holders, India Rubber Balls \und Kutn-

iwpeclfully, informs the citizeu received and for sale by .ii U to inform their fi lends und the ic., &c. Pt-rlumery, Diaper: Pins, Curtain: lluii<

01 Peiisacoirt> .tiiu iu viciniiy, that he Ua S JUST J. JOHN LAMUKUTON.A :1111 Si public in general, that they Corn, his)', Oats aid: Urun. Bridles, Circinjjles, Gerth, TucLiug, t>.-

opened a Shop on Palafox street lot the: have jusl ru-opened tf.e IIMUM- Together with evft) ttipr> 'ni title kept mesiic, Hickory Stripe,:lS.nn'Jean, 1'1oI1d"
Manufacture of SADDLES; aud 11AR. formerly kept by the late Mr. CRARLESW1NtERS :: frlU()
CARE :III a well furnished! Chocury biore.: Alg and Stripes, Calicoes, FuTiiiture J
SS'alid wilt L.. oil hand or tuaku' to on Palafox street. ", Bleached Twill\!
ep : undersigned 'fh""l" & < uU purchased of us will be, delivered and Fringes, Brow n and
order of fresh materials: the folluMhij : 'l'U respectfully Informshis House will be conducted on the su.iiesiylt Needles aOU
to friends and the he wiiatii one mile of the store free of charge, Cottons, Colored Cambnee,
public that is
S urlicles'i'1 S / now prepared to give his as heretofore, for the accomnioduioa or A. J. LAJ1UKUTON.Warriugtoa Pins, Navy Buttons, &c.' &c:.
personal alien ,
!adic8 and Misses Saddles. permanent or transient Boarders. of Hats, Cap'
lion to WHEELS Fk., July U, ldoJ ALSO-An assortment
Gentlemen' Spanish, ,Mexican, American ; ) CARRIAGES making BUGGIES I REPAIRING WAGONS Independent from the Boarding House, Umbrellas, llootsj; Shoes Trunks Ciu&b; '
riaddlv there is a RESTAURAT, where the Us Tin U.sNIUI'
S Dud Uuulibh:: << &c'. &c. Repairing and making FURN1 Wurcl Tiu Ward : lUg, tiueenwarerwtatiou> ,
1lldIes: Uriolu J-'illings, Martingale, TUHEofMlkinds.He : veler, man business, or pleasure can FINE asiorlmeut. For sale at Paiuis, lilacs, Putty and "A suiull jprmu-"
OirLiIIi burl'llllllcII, Stirrup Leathers,V-; have his meals served up at all hours.- A INURAUAM'd. of Medicines.Please .
<< would also inform the citizens oC .
Reins Hitch Reins; Halters &c. The table will be supplied with the best 'we mite:
. ira give us a call as
Pensacola that
be has la 1655
Coach and liar just erected a neat the market affords. Price moderate Io&t _
HARNE&M- Buggy Goods.
I : charge for showing our
HEARSE and .
prepared to furnUb COFFINS .
ness, 'ell uuailties, ; btaxc Wa ou laud'' of any quality, and aileudV&.Ui S nl-:: Attached and careful to the premises are good r1'1itF5 highest Cash pvices paidfor W..rrillt"u, Flit.JuIj 9, 1S5'iiIt _
STABLES Hostlers.
t Dray; Ihru.tjllllWplel or in part. Burying of the Dead.: ;+*+'*** MICHAEL ..L Hides, Ueer skins!! ;. .

S Collars UUnd BnUlod and Plantation All ordeis attended to with neatness and JOSEPH QUIGLES QUIGLES: licesuax! by ; ; Buildin:; u..n Dill'
de
Gear of cripiion.Couches .
: "
every laud Buj-gu- trimmed to order lu ; I despatch. Terms: very moderate. Pensacola, December 17, 18533'JifJUST C, P. KNAPP d:: Co. Jlg-. .
':
, Repainaa neatly executed.Purchaacuaremviled ( -- AMBROSE. ; VAUGIIAN. ; receLvedper Schr. Amyiis froin Peniacula/ Nov. 5, 1853 unde'i.oed begs l leave 10 *

II) call and exam-S A CAin (Maine,) anJ for bale cheap THE l the public of eoucll/i/ lbJi

S iue Ufwru.. pur hwiua l lliC"herv. be S IOU bbls. Planting POTATOES.; Manifests.Coasting bo u about commencing bnalne I" lb'

S .'\UlJy\ laouy artiv4' aunufactured'lnthe GEORGE. HUTTON 60 boxes Codfish. : & Slave Manifests above line, 'and hope's/ I by /olCJ/ best 50 kiuoCN. 1 Mackerel.
of the materials.Apn
,
shop &9 p'
S 12, 1811-3-Cm: \ \ Auctioneer, S 50 Tongues aud Souud I'VJ SAiK: 4T 'I'UU ..h..IC..,; business to recoiire i Cartel

I 21.) >l Salmond. pilrouage.tJHIP ...'- S
.... XfJU.G .vu New Ypik at4higbL ; Aoiil2) PEXSACOLAj ISM ; Fla. Cranberries, Curreuu &e. &c. Dr. 1L B. S. 1IAKG1S.OFFICE JOINING ali< atlendod t a. '

and ut abort tight, for aide inutii O Ill. J N.\I'" &. CO ::-Dr. tiaiitb's$ Uru-and Med.. OtT Shop ut tb. OW Mill oppululS. u

14, uit uurcbater: by 1tLMus1 aS &tot __ icino Store.UESIDENCE. S Public
.0 OU" 1'U\J:. r, iUV ts; ,-lion h.ln&ooli.. Squaro.
I WILLIAM, 11, JUDAIJ & CO. I sale cbup A,. Ing Stoves: 1"o"al, by I ::: -Corner .1 1 Goit \v. ii.NurcmWrll 'flSVO

April IS-1 I ply t. C, 1% KNAPP At CO Ui'GSAUAU. meat sad Bcrn! SUPSK, PcuidcoU 1''. ., l5t-3t-S




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